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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: May 8, 1852
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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CHARLES E. DYKE. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, MAY 8, 1852, VOLUME A* t

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ih, 1St. J.io4 Jipuk&zr.. good fiuit; plenty of vegetables ; an abundant antlfhrases. Effects! of Education on V the Robin. Alphabetical Advice.A. Witchcraft of Woat*. V

Moonlijht.i aairy ; a table spread with delicacies ; 'GOOD WHEAT. The most remarkable instance that ever I Always attend to your avocation, a* I want to tell you secret.. The way ta V

,here I dt v5ll"a a1'11'3'1; utf loueV ril*rorm'ajr' dispensed with a beautiful and graceful hospitality In the Stale of Tennessee' there is a certain remember to have met with of a young pupil void ale-houses and artful women. make-yourself pleasing to others, is to show; "

A Ut- c"cr f use WIM fiias* mi inflaeive upn mild nni sweet, their ; and flowers and shrubbery throwing village, boasting outs tivern, three stores, not only imitating, but far surpassing his taor B. .Be benevolent, but not prodigal, bury that you care for them. Th.Vwhole world is 11 I

Vrfrc'uraful aai mysterious. It is 62fti fragrance over all. and four groceries, where, f-om morning till was about nine years ago, in Jermyn all bickerings in the bosom of forgetfulnesa. like the Miller at Mansfield, who caret for |*

;El ctlm i3 baV.o;eJ, yet eo very sal CcsiJos this the Colonel has his hunter and night, and from night till dawn, a person entering street, Ilaymarket. At that period I revelledn C. Contrive to collect cash and keep it. nobody-no, not b --beccuse> nobody caret i

flat tears arc on my oja Ja.&ul It revea's unlocks' Us fisherman! his carpenter and blacksmith ; the town may find, in ihe tavern, store, the undisturbed enjoyment ala large aviary D. Do your duty and defy the devil.E. for him." And the whole! world will serve |

r'c'jcs t. {1iig 1.Lk hi urn 1 Jtn lUt ia my its depths. It calls and: if yon ask his woithy overseer, he will groceries aforesaid, one d- more groups of numbering no less than three hundred and Early endeavor to eradicate every error you so,if you" give them ihesatoe eatrse. Let
that
rl tMrntllfir cull and fioiit! graves, the forms tell you four or five of these thirty-eix persons paing caids. Gimbling ther* is Mxty-six inhabitants, all first rate songsters ; both of head und heart. every one, therefore, see that you do etre for

reariy 1' oue faded sung itg. negroes weie often taken from the field, by reduced to a science-the hktory of the four nnd my fame as an amateur had spread wide3 Fj Fight fail ly when you fight ; but the them, by showing them what Sterne happily V

TI)"r eocni to live Soiia; tbov'inovo once more the Colonel very much to his annoyance, for Kings ia thoroughly btndicd, and from tie % Among the multitude of my visitors was better way U not to fight at all. Fiddle for calls, the small, sweet courtesies in which

T> Jt BJ* M t1 earth
rise from
c reet cBU in 04 uiy Uld**"j>'ntlT r: tliey beckou me something of that soit; lor the Colonel i U a the miss in her teens to the mother of a large of his possessed a most wonderful bird, that i Grace, goodness, gumption, and a little tease, and which manifest! themselves by ten-

rininidP trlrj: h the *-*'- t very LUis4 that float around, man of l science, believes somewhat in bookf.irmhg family-they are all initiated: into the iyle- he fhou'd much like for me to see and hear. goose-grease, enables a man to slip thro dcr and affectionate looks; and little acts and

To 11; tbem tpon tht ir lung mid always makes the heaviest crops ries of high, low, jack, game ; right arid lift I 1 took the addiess, and went at an early day the world mighty easy. Get them and glory attention-giving others the preference in every

jjj Dining trail of dory. when! he leas thi.'gs generally to his over bowers ; the honors and the odd trick. one to view the prodigy. On entering the house in them.II. little enjoyment at the table, in the field/

I Tin a f trnnareR seer, especially ii he be inch a one as he has of the pest players in the village was Ifaor referred to, and on presenting my card, I was Harbor hope in your heart, if you walking, sitting or standing. This is the

-f rare rni b'CESCI fpirit, fir cadi t3t'ugitV JrcA31U now got. Smith, tho tavern keeper ; or, as lie expredit it once ushered info a draw-ing-room. I there would bo happy ; but hark ye, hope can't spirit that gives to your sex their sweetest

$"cilkc* i* 1VU r<1 DI an% 3 J L.eVte.t an3 Evc,9' But cnoigh of this. Our object is merely the propiictor of the hotel : a widmver, saw two cagt=s-nightingale cages-suspended I render rotten the rope of the hangman. charms. It constitutes the sum total of all d;

V 'wee aa(V '" '- vJcli"1An:1: .ch scc Ire J to show how happy our slaves ate hec-how w ho, like on the wall. One of thotn with a night- 1. Inquibiiivencss is insufferable ; indulge the witchcraft of woman. Let the world sec | \

U u'm' the nir, proliOc! our soil is-how rich the returns that Jeptlia, Jn Ige in Israel, ingalo in it, had an open front; the other had not in it. that your first care is for yourself and yout

'-a1' ws tlnt l a'oe fitfu'1J await industry and skill, superintended by It:id a daughter passing fair." curtain drawn down the front J.
fl.* 'u V ''w a green over Juleps may be called the juice of joy will read the solitude of ihe unaa trw*around

V'' Monz ii ' vcd
h.iiiu' its
.: .k ii 1).L'L'rtV V(! ; by pure The Bath of Blood. est guts in Tennessee, and therefore or 5 of ration on ornithology, my host asked me if I too mcch joking "!"ten destroys the joviality poison which kills all the juice affection in

the prettiest in the woild ; f< r we here diipssin should like to hear one of his nightingales of the social circK its neighborhood. Such a girl may be ad- f *
k tl From "The I of DoPUJ'S
it cvoctc Ilitory
V A'l TL> .erm Xoseuth andih
M 14.fi.1t. \ General tIle ilsiIFi.oC4n11IIVC11
?voni."llnoca H* f 11C of iyii's. ," vn1rin 1 f ith, : cxti.u-ts the ?, Tennessee women, in point of beauty, are Placing me beneath the cage, and drawing A kiss always a\-51 more than a kick.L. but she will never be beloved. The seed of

Of]J t n >Aua.' I r> itVt't. -ae-Tirteiiig; tbci o I of i FUittIUe hLtiM\ fallowing thiil'ingKile I matchless. The swectheait of Miss J'jtiny up thc cnrtlin before alluded to, the bird :i- l lAVC the ladies, look before you leap. love can never grow but under the warm and

V .; "LA tVLV ,. .il ,xi- Iii em1jiV.1 EJ111L : was a young farmer, re5 About
1010] Eliribeth Dathoii
L r..T' a n ? 1 (4I LI1l111I1 theyc.ir i hood \i horn w e fchall det'gnate by the njmo iu a succession of strains that 1 never heard 31.: :.Mako i not mischief cf meddling with manner.
r SUlk j'tc myAu c i-tar to the ki'ig of Pol-ind i and wife of a
of Hob. I sur1iased by any nightingale. They were otlur folk's matters.N. Vivacity goes a great rsrs in young person
i. i4.I rich m1 1 I Ilnii I aiiin
; v.uU.iri-o i-.vu mv .i\ji1.8V- 4'th tl.c; artn, tie'! priieiptl powerful aetor in the i mo-t nin :nate; was a-id It happ-ned, that one d-iy before lianeft, indeed, snrprUingly eloquent. \\Lnt anightingale. Never b? caught napping except in ?. It calls attention to her who displays'it .

IL'w' VV V r il 1 li'v.: .autifIV ''."J'1"Anl ) 0'iibl.i tr.i edv mentia.ied in Eingular SJiiep tIc young man was detained in the \ilhge, !1" ejaculated F. The rapid utterance the night time. ; sod if it then be associated with a gcner*

TL' ti ug i i* history. and night found him as usual at the Intt of the bird, his perfect nbunihn to the O. Order is h-Mvcn's first law; obey it. ous sensibility, iu executions are irresistible.! !

7 ri ,. ie t. i r Th! v Ww i joccu I ]>itd the castle Csejta. in Transxlvanit. >1 seated between the Major and his dimming inspiration! of his music, and his indifference P. Pursue the plain path of probity and On the contrary,if it be found in alliance witK
V.n"t1. ir 'in. cs, Like most other ladies f thnt she!
nvrf Tin* 1Mb< tue raj] f r.M- a:*l the c.ouosa t su'rou'ided by of period, I dai.ghter. After a desultory converpatio.i e- to all around, him, caused mu lu imuluntaiily put in practice what you will give ia pre I I a cold, haughty, selfish heart, it produces no V
Tiio MrAWiN girls
t tL-i. 4 ry-LnA: 1"T Uuut 11 rats \\a a troop voanjj 1 I tweets the two gentlemen, on the state of die exclaim with Coleridge : F further effect except an adverse one. Attend
!> the of but noble
I JiLea vi..l JI.'XU! *"F't i iJ! tL.n.' <'cnt tf inocn :, gencruly: daughters: poor pa. jwi-nlher, the prospects ofth'* ;approachrij That t-tniln a.1I1'! cept.Q.. Quarrel not, qt:ibble not, be not fond to this my daughter. It flows from a heart ,

PJi>. J oi.'v' flV stie-4V 5 llio e 'l 'nui Hiit i i seats, \\lja hivLd in honoiable] seuitude ; in harvest, and such important: stnj.les of cmversatio'i IV.l fun \iouM u> lay UK*. of asking questions or addicted to queries.II. that feel for you all a parent can feel,>'and ft'rnngcments ,
To tiJ.Vw. y-niic li 'f 'in l.i.t\e ail twd!, return fur wl.i.-h thei dic.tionv.is, eared \nil so it did. 1 stood fmk'd to the spot,
:t *; the .Major ask.-d Ilobort howli- Hum inins respectability ; itiuoui.ce, not withont the hope which constitutatheparent's
r.JV' J'v Kir in
dowiy : knowing ho-.v seldom hightitigales a
:,ri.t u* r iw or! 'V, ; j.,1; j v br't v Itb 1'UI' ( \\heatcrop! [iroiiiseil to yielJ. In reply, K- cage renew and renovate. highest happiness. Nay God pro.- 4 I Itect
of and cruel and her
''i '.n i "ufrjn.vii'*' :*>*itd''lifb'ilov.! tiiJijLt, : .1 ic\eie di-poMiion, was told that the young Janiicr cxprcted t so deported! thcm lvc'. Aftt littering s' me [ S. St salvation! ; oh ye sinners! Lecome mAd L1e53 vuu.-.1Vilkm WT to his .

.. '. '1 .., .ij Lt Lrt, ihandmiida led no jo\ous life, ijlijht faults I time, and rxpros-ing my astoi.i'hment at the
i: V: : ny n.'y | make at least a hundred hasluls. TK! ? c3zJ Uiv uu:li uJ i i jor appeared to study for a moment! (then ah- j T. Take time by the fun-Lei ; try to turn
i* s. ss tori tires. I a' Led to be allowed a sight of him.ilVrnuVion .- Sweet Potatoes. -
1 I of old "sev- .
rjptly proposed a sleJgc or moment to nccour.f.U.
: r4t 4r. "'i; '''t "f il he t ml th t f.ni ttF kv | Owday: as the 1-idy: of Csejta '\v is adir.iri'r ( game was granted ; the curtain was every I The great value of this crop on every farm, ,
Tannv 'V
| ei-up, the stales to be his daughter t Union unit.-s to unity ; in the whole
:i .1 : rty; 'ri. .Viir er : lit a ninor, th se th.innshichthat jrai-ed, and I saw before me-a robin This and to every family, with the little importance :
: the pf w'.ieit. This of universe there is tnison be theiefore
. 3> i '1 it' a1 t JT i al ta- nvVV | i agi'nst crop course, I ; you
; iLitlifal f monitor (old her were fast wani-ig: iid: had been brought up under the nightinU'iIo usually given to it, indnceihua to enter ; '
i 4 *t :. "-hi U id v ( f I't be. ir.s, the young nnn indignantly refused, because united for the sake of unison.V. .

AM 'i tt. ry fIVJ\ > A. J.ielt: ay ; she gav; way to her ungov: .rncble temper, PX- he conM not bear tii j idea that the hand ol from its very c-a>liest infancy, and not Va'.ity has no connection with valor our plea, iu its behalf. With a climata ar.d

]\. :i T i- ..i .* tL: ucr '.f ti fvii.irk 1 cit Id, jCi ha1 : by the niii ror' unwelcomehint, j her he 1 lived should be made the subject of a j'j.ily equalled, bat very far surpassed its mas- remen.ber that. soil so universally adapted to its production,

jI 11 vr.-K-r '. >n inor n it ; li -Lt, and struck her ir.iofTonding; maid \\iti! suc'.ifoice j .er ii: topg. Indeed, he put hi'.n down and it is to be regretted that the Potatos does
I i Jn't, or that he shoul 1 win a wife by gam- \v.omen ssid wine bring want and
Ia: Vr te w.ai r.ii' : in thu( f.ce as to di.nv blond. As she he knew silenced! him altogether.! This identical bird, I not occupy a more important pi: ce in our ar- 4
hung for I.er, and, perhap bees'iso; woe and: wretchedness when wickedly indulged
i\a hi.>d fioni !her hinds the sti'r.i, s liu f-ncied i v.as"hani bt and that I sh-iuKl atlil, was trtl.l! 1 a few weeks aftcr- I for a provision crop. For stock,
A Ko'I:! Eouthera Plantation i ihe old man to ; in.
thIl pvt g'! '\\vliitrr, softer, and as it \\ ereyoung \lids for nine guineas ; he was worth the | or as food for man, nothing is more convenient
'rae fvJvi.f: ? rliolcli ofuhut m.iv truly ) thi'ieuasa strong probability .f i.is lo i.gboih X. Xtra 'xertif ns accomplish 'xlraordina- :
: --:-. hn'.rid with the credulity! of the nknny. In this care the rubi.i; retained! no or more nutiilious, end yet the arrangement -.
: be cc".eJ r. : td1 1 : t:1 j ) die vlieat and wile. cr.ds.
V :r '" 1 b 1 Ii: veil *IH> 2 :nl I co\eied what -ot OJe .M'lu'o note of his own, v. hereby the finest | ry their for making them is generally oo the
with I.is usual and
:\.0. C >:-rh-. ?> ? 1 v. r a-e 4uIv c.rrv It was not until the ?.fnjor, Y. Yield to no tyrant ; yeoman
: ; i > pS.ilos.oj) l.fis h.td wasted \ca in stt-k- her ear roii.i! detn-t bin: ; and thin paves the way scanty order. In what way could we so well
that; thef.vt, : / u.y :!:-iu.j: .. V < vVlbedbillU obs'i.nev !hial 1 SWOMJ, that nnL-cs lu won ok.-fvllowa are lords of the soil.
: >! *'i'io- d t-int in a \ .irtii'sf initill f-5niriiar! .- appropriate a few acres ia some cnrncr of
V. r 'ic. v ; more tiixcovoiifhereafter.
siuulJ! 'i'll t).' liIl i' i ,:'.. he tl.o :l.l na'.cr have her, that th VO'ng iaa: j /. Zig-ztgjjii: : is characteristic of a zany -
: lii > : s'li iiuu ,.! tl ihvr T' r < i V t'.e f fn | {'..'?/::.7: K'nl'1 in t:1: dtrdctirr's Chronicle.Prrsoml life and each corn field as to plant them in Yam Potatoes
f-afJ5J i'1 tiiis lit; hh"j favuri 1 :u .. V vnf.jrfrtl ir liiffmt'y!! to con! ><.-l to play. ;-take a straight course through | .
t. ,. >; ue\er f.illiii! \oaili ;'mJ be:. iiy. lie1njufcLLo to be eaten by the bogs in connection .
"TntTv'V a i!.iol liiju* ciiai:ig I li VI .VtVV< .cr: :t i.; tlfWt TKt.tMi1! : I; v/a* j jir''J! tl.e; c.i'i Jh-s lit, lls- Aj r.fthi Vii c ms\n .4s- zealously pursue it. j jt.
pCiirKicc I with the Peas after the Corn is I
Irj i.-jluio .Mid now oa by. ; gathered ji
urged
: V
t'.,'.?X i::i'3:it I v.Vitti 1L ? s1fe' cards pr.idmvil, and the li1Y'rs too!: tluirscat5 fjail4.-lie: itCibeis: of the Assembly- ,t j'joe'j-iMe! \.uiity; the thought n.> sooner The addition of a few more acres, by way uf ?
1L tIi with MiiS Taii'iy bttwoc-n them to alone, Arc.-DUTC, Jr.Muscular .
t i: 1ri whole 1 looking sctoffu!*
good
; a are a \ !
il.tilid: across her 1/rai'i than her rest lIItiul: cry I variety, in Gouber Peas, would be an excellent : |
S! it I'.Jt1 411 AK'K! *.. titi: *. watch the prgrt1s3tf tit game.. The ranis low I.? We will Kt our readers FOP them aii1.iute *
liandnriiJ- No of the would
life of her lucklf-s
taken the appendage.
\Vi? ; : Power. part crop ,
AfcrtTnc F.ir.-IILzck !Zircr tV3j.j? %% etc I U'liul.uly sliullk-d and cut, and it fell to them. With three
or two as wt see
better for the labor d
bestowed
with the return
not to be compared: precious yield a |
ri'1 Ho-/! .-Th? ('atla'iula A '.\-c.i1e bi1.2Vhl.k.Iii1Z : :i w.is the .Major's lot to deal. The first hand v.x<- exceptions, they are all in thtir! peats. It i iI ? Man has the power of imitating almost every -
and the would
Klisatlh bo found to be fattened
T ii'I h-r d I .th 1)II'IIM.'d? to Fccuie. hogs 1
pli\vd and Ilobeit made pi ft, to l.is : but that of To efiVct these
ruction
ttttU- opplunt' Oebr.te
*
war the close of a long and sleepy fiiijht. 3be
with little attention.
11 ciuil.t .
however :.s \\ as t I ThePotatoectoptnaf
r TJ ri, /.VtVT r.;* //.r: .i 7rr>rs v :-ThIIVty : was \\caiy -* high; low, gam". Ilobo.t then dealt I- aaid is three! minutes after division, when nil lie has, in maturity and health, sixty bones in managed end made well with 3

j'1 ntvi .I ( V.'*. I IJ.! I litvi.I ::g iMi*.) !hjisnidi. 1 \ li-; 5inli'->(ol of the rock o.i in'uibited'v.h'ch Cscjta by two stood old the Major t begged-it was given, and! the .'Ia- I arc called to their f-et. Number wearing I his bead, sixty in hi* thighs and legs and six little labor, } the hills or, ridges comparatively requiring V
v :t& n :: cottage,
.' t.iis: u-ir utuicr tlic n inir"in>'iit k nar.d I bcf.vetn the cellars! of this cot to scraped
Hsidl1 :; \vio; \\iii\cd C'ltlle rubterranean plowed just as are starting to
and ;
ta was a -
V cr .p of Xi'J bii'S: ol cott'n .trtt'IV .Jago pasige Mjih. The .Major, as he aaain dealt the cards, fret on their desks, in front, so as to bring His heart makes tixty-four pulsations h a to be well and then LUbd
and plowed again
Konwn to one or two run, ,
f atJii-fou ; n-iJ I 150cti.i; the! fu-IJ, ti o pu-Jt, only persons With the winked knowingly and Fid, 1 am good for them on a l level with their beads, 12. They minute ; and therefore 3S40 in an hour, 92- with the hoe and the work is done. All j
l bit ii times of $
if\er neo< : danger. "
tad aWt G.OO'J Ittjs-liels! of C< ru. 'I his tells that \\heat, ..!aster Hob. The old man are generally t.ivyers and old members, \\hose : 160 in a day. There are also! thre, complete V of should be removed
ai-1 of those old and her steward. Elizabeth sprigs grass carefully
V lor our Black and: little iher lands, n'uwi crones j turned up a trriup-it was a pade. Fan 113I izkrsIandits are in their boots, and who Circulations of his blood! in the short space of from about the vines at this traw. Well rotted
the 3
led l the through secret -
Vtl::! rnii.j.: : C. I 1). poor girl pasag I glanced at her father's lia'id-her heart sank employ the law of gravitation to preserve an an hour. In respect to the comparative speed stalls ashes
be used to
hoi j manure or may
the and after
murdering
Pcojile juuat not infer from the above that { f to cottage, j he laid the throe and chlit spots znd the equilibrium between their heels and their animated being and impelled bodies.it this
but
bathod in her bl.jod. Not satifiedvitbthe great advantage to crop; sandy or
; these ii liiuJsvese tUlicr woikt'il twehv I king! She then looked at Kolieit's{ hand and heads. Number with vliikers1wit'ri! small may be remarked that size and construction .4
Hrtt 'ifrcri'iit intervals the nil of land, Cow-penned, is perhaps the best.- I
r.t by gray
V and f-ju'lecn! huuib out of the tv.t-aty-four, : tss.v lohy! held the ace, queen, deuce, and jack or whiskers, 20-foil grown and natural, 1.- seem to have little influence, nor has comparative Where is be and have

3i o (Ait":) operatives, or tint they \uioco. tu-e acornj lice and the icc let passage, iiotthan j knave. She ubUpered Kobeit to beg-he Number who chew tobacco, 38-who smoke, strength, though one body giving any not manure for ta applied brocd-cnst, you .
enough
spreading
l-- Ir ndred nviidc-ns sacii0:1 great
.' uevj ((3 the cuit\atl! 3n <%f cotton: yinitni 5 t. roe : were did so. I'tkc it," said the Major. Throe 10 ; who use the carpet instead of the pit- quantity of motion to another is said to lose I benefit be derived from the
iied the nllir of vanity and supi-rstitScn. I manuring-
: ti llij: I'.L-xlC'Ct of Ol'JtLJng ''laf. evtrt: had IKUD led in tlissl.jn.'h'er to six," siid .Miss Fanny, aloud. Robert led loon, 37; we believe thcv don't generally do so much of its own. The sloth is by no Kill We may say hill, because rrostgood mavbe 1

fri our knouk'ilue cf Cul.f 1Iuitiidin: u''irs occuj his deuce, which tin* .Major look with his this in private pailors, though we cannot say I means a small anintl. and yet :t can travel done in this with least When '
and of the manure.
w .li I pt-seul .. shoitetoh of his } 1:intnt'j'j V 1)IIIICSS oxcitoil, no the suspicion I three spot, and followed by pli\ing! the l kiag.i positively. Number who eipect to be Governor only fifty paces i in a day ; a worm crawls only the latuHs prepared way by the plow, and the hills
though
t'ist.i w.i< amazement
oK-r.tions; s d l leave it M our iieud <.f: gieatest Robert put his queen on it. The Major, sup- 50( -ladies' men, 30-handsome men five inches in fifty seconds ; but a lady-bird formedv have found it
t'te the I partially c good
at a
tiiJ.Idiitcute whv hiT it l.f ncouinteo'Kdt. ;pervaded country disappeariicij ; II i posii.g it was the man's lat trump 3 millions times its length
: to MV I yoUng 00-homely men, 10-good looking men, i can fly twenty own
i.f At 1'ist however plan to by a tingle chop of the hoe in
His negroid \\clMjoa.vJ! a-i \\ 11ffi ; .ti Jii.-.ny peibon 1 leant over the table, and tapping[ the last trick -quite good loooking men, la-very good in ICES than an hour. An elk can run a miie- open ,
V the centre of the blI!. ia
Lliz.ib ti! called I into agiinit bert\v iubioiiS 1 Drop a good largo
They tcctfive thr .- lull tuits of uvlfcsio !- pay than with his finger, siid, "That's good as wheat. looting men, 5. Sensible men-can ttll better and-a-half in seven minutes ; an antelope a handful of and then thaw the earth
those of vauit manure,
v./J rubftar.ti.-tl clothinj: a \vnrt iiicladi.jnhat ;iad iv .n fcttortr "Is itf asked Robert, as he displayed to the at the end of the sesisoii. Number who mile in a minute ; the wild mule of Tartary over it; there to remain until the bills are to 1

: jiUai.actr.nd olt-n t\vi) hair ol ; eyes of the aMonishod Major, the ace and craw-fish, 44-who fiddle, 1-who face the has a speed even gn-iter thnn that ; an eagle be drawn fresh before
the
interested '
became in the just
Love 5 planting
ect. At J.U. it thfy lji\\ rou-ing: 1 1..r( fin I nn of revonge the the icit'in Jack yet in his hand. high low, jack, music, .*>-who will dance before the scion can fly eighteen lcr.j-.aes in an hour; and aj slip or vine.up heavy rains have intervened.

til; fclc ) on co: iotuUjTaey : tLIattr. : rd Idiscoxery my-lery. Among i I gift and the game," shouted Robert. Oui," closes, GO. Number who damn Free Soilers Canary falcon can even reach 250 leagues in i V.
of I'-rjt;; was abtaulifi.lit5n} ,, \\ lniwabflnod so as to have mado the earth too close for ,,
*. (;Jood
I n-nti-iitidth-lyojacblatid MiibFannj openly, 12-secretly, iij-who respect Free the short space sixteen hours. A violent
work with the hoe few furrows
l bv uJ I betrothed a with
r cpjro SI IS*. ms<< jioik or lncoa :: t toayoung man I as wheat," added Robert, as lie flng: bio solids, GO.-Miltratdlc Frcf Dnwcrat. wind travels sixty miles in an hour; sound, easy p
te! nei'/.ib.i.h'joJ. In tie! lr the plow would make the work soft/
despair at sI -
| o easj fi
r f'rx rtlk ;'.!n'1! :i ]i'u.vk or mm1 fii"hpcuud : i arm aiound her lit ck and kistod I.er. 1142 English feet in 'i second Jluclcc.
followed hi.r with Moral Character of light .lands are best for and it is
;I iflis miitri's, he traces married and The Figs. potatoes, tj
In tine
mil; bride's i in th! .ir b .'.u&>in j>eisl j time they were ever
4 tJC flld! ill JJiufjiinll.- I Mich; !: pei:severance, that, in spite of the hit'.ii'it 1 after that, when :m\t'iing'! occurred of a pleasant Some folks accuse pigs of being filthy in A Funeral Sermon. well h all lands intended for tins crop, to ,

I'TiupS pltiUS tl J>uce sl'i.l C:1Uia: of the mmdereF, be the would thcir,hiabit negligent in their personal appear plow several times before planting, that the
fi'j J-IH--03 often! Jiud uiillv ilvicn inline to happy couple, they
;
vcn
gi. nr ( 1t..ueti;.ted th bln dy secrets of the castle, their of it ance. But whether food is best eaten off the Parson S a rather eccentric character earth may he broken deep, and well pulveized. *-
flour -411ii'i emphatic appiobatiun by
t-rj: Jny, and, burning fir n-vengr', < to I'lttbiii "Good wheat." ground, or in a plate seems to us,
thy
lgnr, iaAxl,( tkL, tl.i :'gt1 l :iu-l! the 01111irKvariaUr jlnaso I as
al" of hard named Rann which he did
; 'body! accu-oJ Elizabeth B.ithu.i I of murder, merely a matter of taste and convenience, on a case ,

<,JortnjMl, uijuti.IM| ftd li.iKnil before the I'-.l.itine, in open coint 1, Mid detnindi'd -. which pigs and inca may honestly diifer.- in the following unique style : G3s OE 'I'iiotcitr.-'The mind mayVbo.
tF&< *,,, } Thoy j'O 10 MOlll ;it An Awful Warainj. overburdened like the bwiy it is
; strengthened
iy. ily beloved brethren and sisters : If our ,.
jud mi'iit agaiiift iic:. iio anicruynti'in ought then to be judged rharitally.At -
V 2. !%ff Hijir.n hnjr, for hrt'j.Uist one 1iutj I grave I vras married for my' money. That was They I departed: brother Ratio would a wanted some more by tho warmth exe.cise than of
l lnbuhit of such ate pigs arc not filthy enough to
j : agriii't a. ,
perron any
| isi..ier, t.i: tlirce wr.imf for dinner: r.id ; V ten and they have been ten years clothes. V I
f '
yeais ago l here and tell lies about him !
their breath body to come ,
hiIi tank ieninded, the most serious attention chew tobacco, nor to poUon by V
J :
i"e iV li JJi Iivt nntliiu of I have had bad luck as a wife, and ambitious
; t tiat: k. TJisy : ; purgatoiy. their and make him a better man than he Uneasy gentility U always i
I and the Palatine i.ineitok! invcftiriU whiskey. As to rersonal appear
to drinking
t cj; ji.'ti'rv\3rdi bat to cat tl't-u niitt I for husband and I have scarci-ly one taste appearance spurious gentility. The which ]
fcujipcrs the affair in immeiitcly my can't catch a pij playing: the was, he wouldn't a choose me to preach his garment ono (
< IVoceeding you
tc 1*) ikepnu i.ightok: -no cure for the peison. in common. He wishes to live ii: the country fun era 1. has long worn never uncomfortable- **
his the
*1Iflrro'4'V to Csejt.i. tJIforp: the murderess or her which I hate. '! like tie thermometer at dandy, nor picking way up muddy No brethren he wanted to be held Ho that blows the coals in quarrels hehas
l.a'i idea of the accusation in kid slippers. Pigs have some excel my ,
Half! of is nllmvi-d them to a-compices; au: 74 which he bates. lie likes the btrccts to do with has
( nothing
degiee, no right
SataiJiy from the
every t.e diso'ivcie *as'i their <-J;;ij! <.s> : fur" all arc required to bad been \oung the children brought up at home instead of at wallow alitllu deeper i:i somo mire hole than error of your \vns.. He kept horses and he ifasparkfiy1nhisfae. V

tp;*. d'.uauJ tiJy! every Sunday iiwtuig.: Still i'dlaiin, wiiom: they rxiached ami had destroying not tin.etodispo as fechoui, which 1 hate. I like music, and want his fellow and BO carries ofF and comes in run'd 'em. Our dear departed brother had If you wish for care, perptcxifv, and': misery
*
> f
A f of land 1 from half a-i! acre to two aj ; be them. The to go to concerts, which lie hate He likes of more of the earth than his brethren warnin's, l rethren. The first warnin' was be selfish in all things ; this ia the fhort
!befo-e
Ltes i j allowed to each! grown hind tf> grow rank of Elizabeth mitigated her punklmicvttoimpiisonncnt roast pork, which I hate ; and 1 like minced he never assumes an extra importance on when fie broke his leg ; but he still went on road to trouble. U

tm and roots: account and thoj veal, which he hates ; there is but one thing Tho forms and ceremonies of "s
an private ; for life but her assistant that account neither are his brethren stupid in the error of his wins. Tho second warn- politeness f
were ;
tz' poultry! aJ li'jh'm. These a re cither bur.ii/d at the tt.ike.Lvg.il which we: both like, :.nd that is what wo both enough to worship him for it. Their only in' was when his son Pete hung himself in the may b* dispensed with, in a measure, in the ,' t

tOUI.At by die Hitter at market juices or documents still exist to attest the cannot have, though we are always trying question seems to be, is ho still a hog ? If he jail ; and his last and greatest warnin' of all relaxations and intimacies of one's own, fireside j

fw In )liij j pvrjission to the new tcitlcrs. or fin it-tho last word. I hive had bad luck when he died himself!" but kind attentions never.
him such. And when was
of this circum is treat as a hog
truth improbable they
appaiently ,
i 18 the villages of these of- .is a mother: for two such huge, selfish, pas- The heaviest fetter that V (
:fMid some negroes merits of his he The preacher enlarged on these topics until ever weighed j
stance. P. set, a dilinguished English traveller has no own, never puts on
:: 11*''** Snu": 1OU' or more every season. who \is5ted Cfejta about Si 01i4t', unmanageable boys, never tormented aristocratic airs, nor clims any particular he sunk Uann down !-? low that hU hearers down the limbs of a captive, i* as the web of.a fl

flac :Sal.-b.ith is bacrcdly ob ened as a day twenty years feeble women tince boys began. I wish I any of his began to doubt whether he would ever succeed gossamer, compared with the pledge of the
mindswe family
With this tale fresh in our respect on account connection 4
:
U Uchtuj cither ago, says had called them both Cain. At this moment man of honor. Tho wall of stone and the .
div &or\5cesare. r.nd is
him usual
Ifl3 jter- understand full well the getting up again, as
ascended the long hill, gained the castle ?. They common
marbles.MoYtimer .
Iriued on this premises by a culoied preachtrthe and wandered over its deseited ruins.- they have quarrelled about their sense maxim, "every tub muat stand upon in "funerals/'landing him in Abraham's bosom. bar of iron may be broken, but'his plighted *
", has torn Orvillo's callar, and Orville word VI
tl-\es me allowtd! to attend the its bottom." This was the object of the second part never.
'iht-i- The sh-ides of evening were just spreading has applied his colulike head to Morti own Childhood is like mirror and
: churches. a
g walls flood of the sermon, which started off thus : catching1
lliey have Christmas over the valley, the bare, gray up mer's ribs; while the biby Zenobia, in my under images all around Iu Remember
:4il I the holydays-at the stillness of HABIT. I trust everything, Cod, My brethren there'll be great miracles, reflecting .

**otkIacluJiiir: ; New Year's day ; and Uien, against the red sky, tho soldinn and the lap, who never bleeps more than half an hour said Lord Brougham, to habit, upon which, great miracles in Heaven. And the first that an impious, profane or vulgar thought
as ra

scene
once or twice betides during the year, adiflUr" evening feigned over their nests the at a time, and cries all the time she is awake in all ages, time law-giver, as well as the miracle will be, that many you expect there may operate upon a young heart like;.i careless
which Lnd made on cas.ilc'ii -
or fcstiv.il i is give to all hands! vens, toward it has been roused by their din, to scream school-master, has mainly placed his reliance ; you won't see there. The people that go spray of water thrown upon poHhed

7?tle p'ai.tatian. Yiit their cabins on Sunon highest towers, came round ting. in chorus. 1 have bad luck as a housekeeper habit, which makes every thing easy, and cats round with long faces, inakia' long prayers, steel staining it with rust that no .eflb/t'can7'
and
dlyaTd) } tvilt find every thing neat and clean: lug their heavy llight, wheeling once the other for I never kept a chamber-maid more all difficulty upon the deviation from a won won't be there-and the second miiacle will efface. V
ir ies! set out covered with a white cloth etch cawing their a ;coarse favorite"turrit welcome ,I to could have, than three''weeks. As to cooks, 1 look back ted course., Make sobriety habit, and.hi- be, that many you don't expect to find there, An old lady who was V apt to be troubled ia;

Lud alighted on : bewildered on the long phantasmagoria, of hateful make
often Furronnded by visitors from temperancewill be ; prudence as perhaps some won't expect to find our dear her dreams and, rather
fancied, them the of.lljo, two crones- auprstitiOusWihaI.
rP Mjacfiit plantation enjoying their coflVeb spirits their, former faces flitting sternly through my kitchen, as a a habit, and reckless L profligacy will be as departed brother Raonyou will see there;and 'informed the tbe'pariah Lh&tnV
of ,
condemned to haunt the scene succession of parson ,
toaaud, egg*, fiied chicken and batter mariner remembers a rapid contrary to the nature.of child, grown oradtdt the last and greatest.miracle will be to find 'night previous she dreamed she \ "
teL ciime-F, while their infernal mistress was curs thunder and hurrricanes in the Gulf of .awher
gusts the most atrocious crimes are to there !
as any yoursclcc
who had been
j grandmother
dead
ed wretched doom. for ten ire.Tha .-.
by some more Mexico. chambermaid bounced ye
My new Give child the habit of
Huntingdon's of lordships. a
never runaway your asked
negroes clergyman what the, had fc a"
*''a Corpo-eal puni-hmeuts are rarely ,inflictr I never knew one who was in the habit of out of the room yesterday, muttering real sacredly regarding the t ruth, of carefully ro- (KT'Well Jeemcs," said Zeb-"I kissed Ju- ;:eating-. Oh, only half a I

wo'iId familtr. What old maid, after all;" just because I showed of others Ha for the first time last and I declare
.JI.the abolitionists in the could scolding, able to govern a spec ting: property ; ofscrupaloudy tight, S. WeC said he, if fed'dW&ffiS'Jother

tt Ptb4i3dC them to quit their old iniiter or makes people scold f The want of self govcrumcnt. her a'tabla: on"which I could write M shut"withruy abstaining from all acts of improvidence it electrified me." "N .*o.s4 /* said Jeems, half;you might pr6biH.you >BA i itfiitbargrandfttket

i$ iiijy. He cultivates ths domestic: rda.ti 4 How can they govern others t tThoso finger in the duet .I never Bee my inch c n Jovolvo him in distress, aud he, will It wasa gnl-vanid bTatt ty." : too V a- J xslB ia

a1ong' them- ;irourages them !> mar: who govern well are generally calm. plump, happy sisters, and then glance in the just as likely think rushing Into an element T i -t 'jr Be V

wheu they, die, imiics tUta with They are prompt and resolute, bat steady mirror at tny own cadaverous, long, doleful in which he cannot./breath, aa of !lying, or < Jake"i; U1d.U.OId fitnner, one day; to OTV ocb, fP
old maid.i oneof inowars, M do know how you knew he wooM ori. dbSCb i1r'
fier4i without myelf an hjs yoa many
ceremonies, he and hU whole family and mild viuge, wishing cheating ttealfng. i : 'f-: : VI "
itd
$
I"
*hing V V V I: dolt day of iir .' .Yet half of my if. hornsidilemma ; enemy V ** e'
J tlifrt
to the if ba+ every my
secrets | esn7 t
own '
j plantation is grave.ia Keep your you)QOtVMLIi1JEi/ BOX marry a-i I did-not fjrlove; but for fear, : Never marry without lo>e, nor love M Uncut J'No.'c/'repIwi', ; Jake "Irat I: know how ; He that raak -
'pjjoa apple-pie ordpr.- When Rpeafc to a'pfraoh, "
: tre"iholters: for fee clock- good fences; the face. you br dung old mMs.-Mrs. E. B. Hall reason. I[many home there arc in a quart of whisky. Featn the woires.V V





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I Ito fieattoel fthe Sooth with regard to shmty,bonOd down bin v Whig PriMiplec not Bet&%?$ t 1 .

FtOffl HOMAL The&nliReideojesaeohuiatthe Madison Convention a mad dog. It b stated by a correspondent oC one of We hear U repeatedly declared b pnrsti circles The tbig pr )*'r. Wiiktfl1 'P ntiast asdU .
Or tL 1V'ecfgv !
Utt-New York paper* that Mr. Brooks, whom, v* that tbeold istaestr wnro oletV and should DO W4MV** ws Mtisr i w coalPlEiAttwgLteTetheCanj.
: and in reply to the article in our but-but w% sectional qwitfoo very
TALLAHASSEE : it which calls for hare long admired for his opposition to Scwardum. longer be made the rallying j of the two great pStgel opying apostion on the
do not rce that there M anything in RwtooTa But they
made the most ertraordinary; confessionJa the late of the country. Of oouiit democrat oodentand Kttle if any. Utter than that .
notice hands. that we hay* ,
particular ci our Nothing MrHallett hat
BATUHDAY MAT 8, 1852. neither has it teen caucus on this subject "He admitted that he end tins worn out trick of the vfig part/ We remember bare done him the greatest injustice. Bight merry were tLe hungry se t.
$aid ha bcco'controverted, and of
I- -__ "his political associates Lathe North were but the the same thing vas said b 1/40/ ,but how did the whig* battled manfully to preserve the Democratic party For cacti WM certain fr tboaU
TERMS.-Tbiet Dollars per nnnum, if paid in *show that the Convention did not do anything 'jit contagion of free-coil. The get
merest handful, and bad no power whatever unless undertake to use their orerrbelminjf victory f Why, MassucausetU from the foul A EMM from unclrt battery;
I
advance; f 3 50 if paid within six months of the time ought to. Lave clone. We candidly and truthfully statement made Mr. RantouL on the floor
tariff recent
4.backed by tbe unanimous support of the South. He they re enacted an alwrmajble protective monstrous by
nod 4 00 at the end of the Advertisements gave a history of its action on the compromise and all iu1P5I But dams shoved mother
sabtcribing Democrat were,
djU
( ; year. said that las course on the compromise had been 1 is in its features and itquitous in its operation; of the House, that the Hunker ,
One Dollar of 12 liacs for first the special pleading of our neighbor cannot even convince he Ere the clock truck r.t dead
free-Boil a* was of
per square withfo n y.
"rujr.. He liad sacrificed Limself politically and so- they .attempted to re-oUb'.ish! the old U.. S. Bank, one step as near

and Fifty Cent for all scbcequent iosci-Uons. An-j LmiPrlf much less bis readers, that the resolutions S. cially. lie was bankrupt Li reputation, bankrupt ia which Gen. Jackson had (tangled; and in short, they when he joined the free-soilers, is dewed by Mr. Hal- When jealous thus began toIijU

nouncemcnts of candidates Fire Dollars each flteays \ arc dubious or indefinite. They unequivocally him The pyre pie-bald irhJerr.Ill
th the || lett and scccwtfnlly refuted in a letter written by
social position, and bankrupt u> iuflueace lie was sought to fasten upon
to! be paid iu advance. Religious, Obituary nnd Mar- j place the jwrty in the attitude of hostility lo any revival .* deserted by frien-ls, dcnpunced by old.associates, which the people had sopften stamped with the seal l to the Hon. G W. Thompson, member cf Congress lamp and candle Cat array'd}.

nage Notievs, qot exceeding 12 line*will Ixs published! j jKTJiUj. of the questions settled by the compromise, and and tunned,of everyb lily. Io a word, he had be- of their condemnation.
*No ecrtifiates of the of whoever cannot or will not Etc this, has little reason *
publication os- entite. We
letter
O 44 come socially and politically a leper and au outcast." claimed in the canvass frtre not in issue. And once us publishing Us admirable may ; .

Ute or legal notices of wry description will be given to boast of "liberality. In this sense they "cover th And yet the extent of Mr. Brooks' offense4 ices no more give them the reis of government ia U it* departments do so next week. For the present,however, our readers For pwado-WLigs to stand
upon.
; eaUl_ _the_advertising_ _fee i* _paid.S3T _. _ ground l be of Sionlitf-fr what" (iatcrprctation can farther than to insist that the provisions of( ,the Con nnd the people will! see a repetition of the must be content with the extract given below. But Sneer j ruled tLc
given to the words, issue? already pest P Indeed m aL-Ll
e tession of 1841. The Wasliingtoa <> which originally published ;
stitution relating to the surrender of fugitive slaves ats that cliaractcrizedthe extra We
We clccm it proper ta say that owing to the resolution which the Sentinel quotes cannot And when a Marshall claimed tLt
shall not IK nullified by the whig party of the North !. have fat!mlati.ns of tlis already in certain high quarjtera. the letter, introduced it with the following forcible rult
absence fn the State on the part of Judge Broomenntil be tortured into mcnuing anything tbe ; and if the To hare a fair and open fight,
-Now it is with such a party ns this that the Snifi- The Hon. Jams C. Jon*?, whose name is prom- passages : '
.
wkhina few days, and the nWnoc of Judge Committee( whKJi reported it intended to make it sus-t i With banners floating gnUantlr.
; nel and the Southern whigs have been affiliating for i Vicntly as'ocinted wlh that of Gen. Scott for the Vice Taking advantage of jxition held by Mr. Hat- :
Baltzell in tiLe West at tbs time, the of j
acceptances of another nnd different
ceptible a meaning, they \v ere chairman of the ational Democratic Committee -
let
and it with abnd from them residency, made a jpccch b New York on the night BJ | A Stanly urged the poctomiiae
. comes
we grace
the candidates nominated by the late Cuvt ntiii have most unfortunate in their use of words. But we repeat years, say the whiffi have endeavored to torture some cx-
bo to the existence of a few renegade dmocrats -' of the 10th nit, in nLich he proclaimed tie gulf "imI As better suited to the time,
: rwt yet been received f.-r pubu'cation. Judge Balt- that the Convention placed itself and the democratic | to painting previous of hi*, rckting to the abstract question cfjb'avery

: *all, who i is Chairman cf the Committee appointed for party of the Slate tide by tide with those who whom we despise and repudiate, roiJ hold up''I payable" between Sic whigs and! clem
their to the skirts of the democratic party old issues. \Vc extract a couple of paragraphs from abolitionist at the North who are opposed to the execution Till after n tit el the is home ia few aud clinging on
'1 purpose, expected a clays, we ijt": that tie compromise sliali be considered a final of the fugitive slave law. Iiowgrossly he has

i hope to be able in our next, to announce their accept- settlement of the questions embraced in it." And wego as evidence of its uns undness or the unsonndiie.-J! of tlat speech, and cal the marked attention of tie people been misrepresented, and how unjustly impeached baa This plan the CJiairmcn'thought was i .

S its candidates. We deny the right of the Sentinel to of the South to what H said by its author : will from
Ma'sac.1lhetts
i moo over their own tiiuture.i further, iin.l taking the Sentinel1 definition of been the democracy of appear For if THt CoxrEoxisc" were prwi'J,
the well It seems to sipposcd in various that of facts contained in this letter.
ju'lgc us by the same tests country may apply quarUrs the fall explanation
Tie "Northern
: The Southern Cultivator. what i* "a final settlement, ia subslanee nud in the whig We fraternise -with no ScwarJs UP old party maoR have disappeared, and that the We ask, in wl-at sense i. Mr. B. F. Hallett any more wing" would be tBstrtWA

The May number of the Southern Cultivator; i is filled principle," j gree that "it haIl lirrtcftcr forever be to party. Ill parties might be fused into new ones. I do not en alolitiviriat" than are Messrs. Fillmore and Webster And back oat roost ilisastroujlr.!
No such
consi nor Johnstons, nor Grecleys. Syracuse, tliiik I0. The gulf between ns i is impassable. I Did Mr. Hallett or Iiold abolition -
ertr
: with the rnnt valuable matter touching the Jm-d( He fettled policy of Congress to organize I profess any Then Caucus Leaved. tumult
pcnernl Christiana free-soil.rs control or direct the democratic kn.w jti-1 you know that some issues which n ed tascptr.lc opirri.ms which Mr.Fillmore and Mr. Webster did drire

: Agricultural; iuterc&ls) of' the Soutk To the phmterit TcTritorLJ Governments without restriction cs lo do- forces. When democrats run mad on the subject of r us have passed by. That of the IT. S. Bank, not profess and hold at the same period I In Mr. Hal- Then clansmen raged by tILcord riven,

: i i is an invaluable: assistant aad we arc FUI jij L-til that mes-tie shivery, and to admit them into the Union with Southern institution*, they can do no better than I for in&inct But the question of power still exl t. .- Utt any less coirrnitted. at this time to all the Com- And fierce as if the Dell had given

or without their inhabitants deter We rjsert the! riiht of it. anti the "(her deny it. I of ? Did either
every farmer, no mntUr how mr.ny or few ,:crcs cfLnd slavery, as may abolition whi party j proiiiLfi than cither thosegentlerr.cn Command 1st wholesale butcher
: throw themselves into the arms ery, We ck not uow desire a U.S. Lank But ? "lieeauset'iie I in tiror of the Com- ;
why take
mine when Constitution ccconling t-i j j of those gentleman ground
be cultivate is not a eub-crilxr to it. The they organize a
miiy as Hale did, or go otf to Biff.do and 1 organize resist; interests of the country ilo not now require I promise at any tbie b'fore Mr. Hallett took the same I One gnashed Lu teeth and clenched hAnd it
law. It would be for that this
: rubsaiption price is only 1. Address Vr. 15. Jones, superfluous us to Bay ance to the party, cs Van Daren did. Lt then: gr>--. j it. Bit who can read tile future I Who con tell that ground J swore he'd give a fatal twist

: Augusta, Ga. La t id ways b"en our doctrine, fir it is no more than rout We had ther be i tl.* Lrrl.t ils: ;* uhlch now surround us will not Piis* ; The special orfnn should l>c careful about "throw-

I _ _ the organization of Territori.il Governments without we don't want them i.n our r i I awny >.-, tbe just have done f And if some lay need lag (.tones," when its own and ehiefeit friend are living To HASTT SOCP, should l.c persist

rezi. Cu.es uud tUw STiujit.tve KlflVCWe Law. the Wilniut provi .o. On this eubiect there never l a ilef.-ated with their opposition than owe our success to t of n J. S. J5a.il should arise, where shall we I lie ?3- { ".in glass houses." Mr. Fillmore taut Mr. Webster In "Roccii fc READVV* mysterv:

t lxn difference their aiJ, uii'l we frit prou-Jer under reverse ia 134-3, bhallwc not urge it a.s of old. We are told that! the tlecrve better treatment at its hands. If it goes on m
: jiulfJVh from Washington lrnion zn aitiele r.ny of opinion! ia the South ; nivl 't
th-m wo should have f.-lt liad we been of tc! opposite wl.isfj}party w ill not now disturb the Tariff question. this w.\v to brand a<* an abolitionist every friend of the Another saLt i il would not Jo
; ia refjiect to the conduct of G< n. C.i s on the Fugitive i iilavc therefore if the Sentiner understanding of what i is j j I But I believe that the i is
For Churulutco
kti.win that had been carried into Mrs present an iniquitous Compromise who one held free-soil opinions, it will lo ru-sue
Lu\v. J1Lat c4i1t!< min has. IK en charged witli | meant by a final settlement in substance nad ia part nail we TariiJ and! I shall Jilways iaIst upon a righteous sttrelv come to regarded as the foe of Mr. Fillmore. The that made the South
course t
,hi.t Jodplng a vote v the South-hating "whijs of the Middle r.nd I chanje; of it Well, could the parti. coalesce here and, in fact, a Scott paper in disguise. ? rc,

Morthem State," wl.o, Daniel Webster says, were Tire i is another old question, sail 1 to 1 be passed.Tiic .- Old Eorcn & EiADiV victor I
our readers will tay cfU-r reading the article ; between xis. We are agreed on that point-raid we Mr. Hallett say* :-

: from the I'nwn, that be Lis t'n mobt grossly r.iisrrprc will: here rcmrj-k that if California had applied fjr nduifcsi | then upon the same platform laid down by the lioruburncrs ; *of U the the public equal lan-L and! just That distribution was one of of the the finest pnvcecii I ck leave to rail your friendly attentrnn to a pcrsoial I. A burnt c-Lild dreads the f.re T said cue;

1 touted. TLc writer t-hov.'s that GnuCufs was jit upon the prin-jph B here laid (down we should | at Dufialo. Let the Sentinel make the app'iea- sng stions of the greatest intellects we have ever miitte-r. I j jrceive that in H speech of Mr. Ran- ] Another cried, I am afraid

: 1-l.ioiig iliefjist( .Snitloib who committed I Lir.isflf fully ito I probably not Lave opposed her .admission.] But look J JI i I tion. :_.. __ knowi. and I now pedict tint in less than two years toul.the free-soil member from Massachusetts: his lie U reported -j To trust a man who like ftrnde,
as having attempted tojustify own treason i ii
fronit-vni it will be
) tie ptliiciplosof the fugitive liill It v.ill! aUo be >I iug upon her. application and all the circumstances : Warning to Southern Whigs.A the i'Ln.r. That fund again has been one of a source the great of immenecornption. i-sues of i to nationality by itllegiti' that till democrats in Maesa- j Yet shirks fjr pare k'jmbujjjjerv Tla

tccn that he t
I light of tri.il ly jury in the place where the fupitivc amounting to a total abandonment of the louj etab- leading and influential whig journal the Now ith it ? Voting it away by millions and milioti3.! and to prove it quoted an Isolated part of a resolution r Their chieftain sound and all
| Bedford Mercury rti of the which chairnun of committee I had been directt prepared
ig supporter phVy Wlt interest have New Yorktrs in as a -
ns the
was wrcgtcd. That portion of l.is tpeech of j iisLc cf the Government, will out- you. proce'Js i I
ns
jioliey JIR an
I. ; UDW pursued l>r Gen.: cott and his friea-U proceed* of the public lan'H 1 Lt us see. Th' demo-i.: ed report in a M.issiu-Lusctts! convc-uti.in. Mr. Ca- To das mnch (!) as Llauco dared -
rj J'Jih August, 1 WO wiiieli takes luis p-Vition, gives a rageou violation of the rigLt of the South to r.t least bell of Florila ftffcedif th Mr. Hallett from
the of Con i[ quoted To execute **
Coarsovisi
j ta 1 lit tie! Sol '.In-.. Y"h5 BtniJerstaiid their position in erafc deny power re-w to diitriliute th' procwd Tor T
k:4: : eatli-blow! to the recent report hfirtwl by the X. V. i nuke tl:>o ff'irt t3 obtain a portion of that countrv, .'f land jet allow the land tc l be given awav r>v was the cliRirrnan r f the Nutinal Democratic Committee.
the rank of t.t; ; great wlwj party of the Uuion-a To which Mr. Ilantoul answered iu the afiimia The time liad when *
t4 : S\iXt, lliKt Mr. A. O. Nk.-hoJ>on ('f1I'1IFee J L.P in we raked our voi."e against s party which, we- have hc-ard antiquated wliiij orators lure tVe insist tl.-it we ere oil interested. live-" What is caile-1 a hunker democrat" Now, I Unit h'/w Lb hand to dll'1le
l.is p bcSMon a letter from Gen. Ca s, contniuin his J J Jia'i oppose*! her a'imisien to (the bitter emi, nnd under l e-q'-.ally ? (tOn,,
I boa t, is so very National and Coaler vat ivc, raid all Y:>u and we in Teniefc have each C'utributtdI cnrinot give Ranto the reply direct, as I sl otild do if
nssoiu for not voting fi>r the fugitive Mavr ]law, one : lllc: circumstances should Or lose a. squad, and thus tue Lope
we must assjredlv fuad that hin-1 of moon.-.hii We cnmmerri thu lecture ofi I ejitally to the gjluint; of tin se hinds. j face to face, Lecnr.se he has the floor and I have not.

1 *>t which is that it dil not onli'm the "jury oliii&e.I ."- j jKucb j pursuing a similar course. Bat while the Sentinel I All this smucLs! strongly of olJ-fashlunedvrli: !" 11 vould give the bc-t fe of ray professional life for Of triinph in the enterprise IAh
i the jlorenrjs i > o-ar FloriJa whig friends. They will very him that floor and
half hour to an wrr on ,
an
I a reason el')cs not c.inform !- the peeeh referred thus to settle the { expose
;: proposes slavery question, v.hat is it few remained where met
tiiat liereaHcr to tery. the false construction 1-e has to fasten many ,
see they are just for what tli attempted >nme
?
l.i. ncr lo the heart3Ripport givoa t with the o./r triio
worth of the
; <$ mc.isuns by Gen. Case, Imtii bef.re r.ud wice was only the other flay that out of eixty-xU'in the I are party-the Stiles I Tlxs Secessionists.Tlie what I want to know of you and my friends r.t Wash- When it was f.und BILL EtTTino'i ptt

their passage. If* uch a letter i is b existence, it will, House of Representatives, only seven could be brought j in which there u a reliable whig ranprity b lag alone New Y"rk Jlrrat'l thtu draws the portn ie( of iiigt-n is, whether it maie any faisc iiipre>&jfc such Was sure to be the hobby-horse 1

,t of course, l< f'J.coi.ir.g.; (j to stand tpou: tho finality" plaikna thus laid down consulted iu the matter of platforms, candidates, tie.)! Whig 1're-siJontial candidates, in sjH.l ing of the volcanic as to require any notice from me. He ha" Lhnncsty! ;

nnJ the i The eentimcnts expressed liy the New Bedford paperj position of f the whig party as illustrated in the seized upon pirt of1 a resolution, which expressed an j But Compromisers soon became
I i game: platform being presented to a whig abstract sentiment to the north and
b St. Mary's Bank. .as common suppressed -
j on tiiis subject, are generally cn-Iorscd by the North- j Peceders. when the
of the late they -.w
.. A la'c nuniLcr of tlie f/oluinbus Sentinel in caucus, was rule! out fcr2 by a Southern Wl.ij doings whig cinua : the cv :ielu Jon which repudiated it as a pnlitieal \I r gair.eThat

I. eays Chairrarji. aIl hi, < decision! sustained < era whig press. The Late attempt of Messrs. Marshall I Wt- have heard it said that Mr. Fillrnore, and even t'xt. Probably :i-> man ia New England has writ- j politicians without shame

I : regard to the B-uik v{ St. MoryVWe by every North and others tgii the whig caucus to endorse the final I t Mr. WelMer! have taken in Itand the case of the seceding ten mid spoken more li-stinetly and uniformly in de-j Were playing fjr //* lutlerylTis

ere informed Ijy rcli.iUe; authority that eighty era wing present in lie caucus except seven Wo i ity of the c-inijiromi-e is characterized by them as ft.f : ; memlw-rs fiom the caucus, and have a-vised! them, f fenee of the rights .>(the South, under the constitution,

tr thousand out of niuety tLjuuud dc.llnrs'tlepjMU have ask the Sen duelhatit is going to do with these piece impertinence descrying of the severest rebuilt I from dread an 1 aann of the powel' of Sewaiei to ie- than I have; und yet the independent men who standup irii I-nht and a corporal" grrr4

.c beu liquidated. recusants: ? Would i it not be well for our cotcnipora- t tie jifonuntiaii')', put firth no nmriifito but to I r.t the North against f.innticisni in all its forms are Is eureely! left so few IJOTC; cared

; All bills unler firrdolLtrs hive lieeupromj-lly paijnn j ry lo administer 4 to Ihrm a few rebukes, and : iaal.rnteil as it was nn attempt to control the whij I swallow t'ueuB>niortitieatioii tt the triumph which Sew- to'> generally, by the South, uidiseriflaiiately clas ed To watch the dying straggle hard

w preoutiiti ni. nnJwe&rc iufjrucJ that they will spare tj / party 1-y whigs residing in States which have nevtrI I trd has attained over them and to do tbe best that with those who pander for home popularity to the al> j

CDiitiauc to IKredeemed.. j who vi',1 nv T l Iw fniud in his rear 0:1 the subject of I "done anything f>r the whij cau c, except to furnVhj 1 they can hereafter. TLi.- weakness of Mr. Fiiimorc is olition party and tiri gain more than their own party Of poor, heart-broken whigjjery !

4 We are (tirther informed] thai CoL \7irjicr i nngvtiatinj.tbe Southern rights We commend 11 hin: tap following I rery cljanwtcriiticof him. lie is a nina of no great vote. My whole po'.itical coarse stamps RantouVs in- FLORIDA.

, j silo of ninety thousand dollris1] \\-ortlinf j.ri-I.t1 I oiSiiiti.'ji of the position of the Northern wbij*, nindcI j the praly with dicc-.ln.Jersr The N. Y. Cantmtreial moral courage in rfhtu'3. Mr. Webster too with his sinnatmn with Cilse/Miod! ; and yet so readily b a political *

vat p'i
* penin. and offers lo take St: Mary's l-ills u pay I Main rad $ from the 'rthernViig joumr.X cays- 'Lu luiIy. Senator Seward has nmre C"irr.gc and capital fakes it While I was sitting as a magistrate, trying "hlfjlutiii* friend of the Manama
II7y u
mentTlieiiaUlitieP | ; : venture is insinuate that he will have his r.nd tlic Irtith -more cunning than l 1)0th of them pot together, 1 the rioters wl o rcse'ied a fugitive slave in Boston. Mr. '
whi IM-
("f 1'ir' Bsa*.: arc but lll'c ever three 1 han l Is fall in coaxing thca on t'j tlio finality platform : Tue ,. party-Ktt do without may Mcb rs wl 1 with an ii\rakcni-i tjte in supjx-rs rindeiiva-4-hacIv, Rantoul was attempting to rescue another by volnnjteerirccsa down upon the Madison Cotm-atim, UK! capeeL&1rnpn
frankly r.vow" . liun.ired thuus&nu TJ.ts I ad! hei'Ktr 'i.tlr-rnen than with-
lh"j
rafely the can
C ,1. WiiiU'iV priwtlv i ia cstix.al1:! ;il overoue ir.illi nay say they (! majori.'r: of the ) time i the liquor rn'l ojFter Irand-thie whip ha1-! ( f the court the contitutioDility of the fugitive law. By this : Governor, whom it calls a most rampant Fire FaTcra
will !
4 Northern why! *) will; not entrant tint tin- tit the whig partr---a K>W, shouM t1IirprE.nf
iJ ]i4U dollars: i.iirs, uuUss they look means he got to CVrigres?. and there he attempts to Secessionist Li the aVtract
'% j shall IK- fthe! Iflltilitk-fc cf tlio! i>;atk.Tb any new out in time. brand others as heinz; as bad as himself! The South

. 4. ; < .c facts olar'v ir.lientc; that tliorc i rosily no jtoet'.f p>15ii"al ortliodixr. Tlev will never cop! j{ diaffvctiii and ii iiy't A ('.'r.sp'n.lent nf the CLarleston Jfrmtry. speuk- too renilily seiz 'l up n this specially '\his like Ca-i I strictest sect of the Si-nth Carolina ttptrjlienii '
that the fiuulltv-
I 'lat>gcrof ulti Hte'1s. if Col. Winter i< ntith'd to : the CUflh1TOfllh.C measures shrill I l-c } CciSainly these elvdaralioss can lie regarde-1 in no ; hell and tlitif, by libelling tnsnd l eIcouraugtile im- i V."e say to oar fiiend, be ncl fc>o hnst;-Ja'gBroome
1:4 credit f.> And I( made a part < f the whig rrcd ; and nny <.indicate, other light than as presenting the real *o of the gIg , : r integrity.: we ean pee no reason lojuektjo whether l lie lie On.. Scott rurj-j putiiti, injure { will let yon la/w) vhat he w in good tur.e.
_; l.irf hfl. r..i leu vears t5.c oouimuuitv or nny other niin. who in- northern to follow the of the iII mcnilivrs, say?- | stand bv constitution, and the cf mpr Tiie at home, !
j majority doings
t j sisU uj$>n lliat: < r who is minated by a Conventionwhieli up cai- He is well able to give a reason of the faith! Hat is int
bare relied ujxm it i. cti.1 lf .>red no loss.We I No response to the protest of the eeeing! Wlii.j! ? while: tfic traitors are.cncouraged atr. a'l.! This injus- t
aflinnf or requires it, cannot, in "my judgment cns. 'lliey say czuphati'Li1y to Southern Whigs tint t i him, and when he dues so will find that he end
u1 have taken piiu: lonwitaiu the olik.rs]) ofIhe has yet lcn made by the Moiigum and S -"tt sidf.Hiiuur .- tlei; > of a pnrtiou of t5i'- South-I mean the'a-his--isa you jwr

a:' hiiMnciii men ct the i-ily as t.i the ti'.timate polvmy J oltnin the rote r.fa tingle Xnrlhcrn Staff_iwt our. they must co-operate with the North iM.cti"iial canvass -. says it Ls in progress ot t eoneoction. but many fruitful source of ab>.!:tK>ai ni at the Nerth.I i friend the Major are not wide apart upon Scatkn.Rights. .
: (u-ntlcir.eii if well j
'* of tiie institution., There i* p. me livrrfit of rjijn- ,I If f may exist:I ur.depUnd this first as last on j'rineij.les aovii c lo the peace end security tf I think it will !be pif* d off tfienfio.. The sulxlue'l 'I Among volumes ..( like speeches and writing of It may tl the favorite ef tie Jackson 'V1.1s

. i in ou the Eiibjcet l at t he prevailing one is tluit cvvrr we ml' > as a patty it rnunisrn became political I send
cr expe.-U'Jon
form wlii) *h of nil sectIons up pretence | for Governor n<> good to tell it, but we are boccd tor
. upon men nf tf! > dollar will lie uliiiin.U-Iv i cileeincil.Iu vntry I the mijxes iou of the seeedcrs bin; "willhigto you the address of tlw State committee prepared by
,, llit'faeeof thewTfaet* the tifl'] Lave contli.uedft can stji.l logethf r. without any sacrifice of opinion, acting with the whig party.: Will Southern Whigs [ woun.1!, arid % ct afraid to strike ;" and the additional .mer.s chairman in l.-1! $. These are my deliberateopinion lot! them know the troth-ILijor Ward u rn old nullifier -.

*' "ailily to decline.) On) Salunkn; thcv -rurr.ai'cd] | "f principle or of lmn r, and nut upon one which may tke the hint f We shall ece. I imjircasioii aluf its being ratlit r a I'residentiaL than f f freeriii, end cf the union of Northern : aad. a raodera *'Yire EuUr," s-t tux at last M afxlicf
well LoM ingulf all i in
. ninety cents cession is concera'c-

five conts; on Tuesday to tiity cents, arid on i iW l n'i Gentlemen sliotild remember that Ifj I Wliat] claim, then has the South to to 'I fore th.-m. the rspecial friend'' of Pioidcnt iillmcrc ij Th? L'ea! defend-rig myself this point seems to
tliey can i.ilik a Ust of lhi kiu.l, it vill in attempt We say tohIaf\V 'st Florida f.lends, however that
liKsd.iy lo CO oorit!*. j equnllvcompetfct coiitrol tlit whi the Union ? Wliat hns it i j entertain Itn erin Imjws of hw nomination, by drum- me r s als'i d as if 1 were called np n to prove my :
pallyf
Havisig: given t'.iis'! full ftatement <.f the comlllion of the fjr others to make tests in reference to !! d LILIC f r the Whig partyVllat? wiil it do f..r the! rising up the SoutKeru Wbigs to niakchm noiiiiaativn Her.titv. I have Lad but one opinion on this subject, such things do net stt hira bcek ia the estim,tL>n of'any

llio 15auk, we leave onr rcuo rs t', f inn their own cun- RjfiHgeneral r.nd nuke LU4.et-t tVy yield tiie (jueetionI .Wliigpnjty ? And first let (iS dt-iinc what is meant and tinjlhy the tint qna non of their continued adLesioii Sloop it became politfrnl. In 1*>40 I tnwd political rxcrpt of his own party, and ire rre glad tol>eieT!

f.u..i.Ins.! Tliey would to wvll \<> buloii I In JhtirRrmOibi'ls I jurisdicti ji, tlavtry a national alEiir. j I by 'the Si'iith." The trui does nut include Delaware, to the paity. Even in thi-> desperate liope, howev aliolitioni to the Hartford Convention: in 1S14. In J with but very few of tbt-ni. Certainly ve d>n't objftt

1 ami if nro iible, in-line thick there a of their foileil the 18-J I, on the 4th of July. I made tie first speech that
L tliey ve t-> : G-ir uciir'ubor confesses the crrois of( fo/-t" pointed which oes for Stt ; Kentucky, which leans in the r i j-robability bving by > him on that cc'vimt and if he w the Whig fawL1il -'
4, t11; they will not suiTor in the end! if they refuse to tacri- j same direction nor Marylan 5, wlueh 'ni'dwt Lelcd n- adroit maHruverm who "nw control the -'whig party. wa.s tittered Li Msssschusetta in favor of the annexation -[ ,

) ; flee lie largarono?. TJiis i is tlu>4ouue we intend tormrnxs. | out lo Mm by us ia our lat, but offers to wager a [ way by the uliraif; '-l 1 LIe South. It n.az, include N. ') Seward rid his set (it is said) will acquiesce in Gen. of Texas, and therein strongly! condemn' cr.t-; ite. he slull have our ardent vthcs fr u fair field

. i ; 1 -litv Ty rain ought to net ou his own button that David Wilmot, rsq," did vote fir the Car.Ji'ia, l lint we doubt it. 11 na, howe-ver oonccd'* Scott's (Idling out with a letter cudorbinp the Com-j I t-b.very dUuni I reported end eumVd tie an.I-an overwhelmin defeat !

I r jtid:!..;me-iit in sueli t
The .SavAiinah .Vr stales Ihe LiUs 1 i'ieiide reli-iblc SUite l 1x.sid the sure bs n.lniLrtj.n. The only pl.tnt: of that pLitLinn Convention, S*>pt 13. z-i6.
fafy cf the hrt will vote fir the caadiiLite tandiig rrxo them hi to 'ni" pretty Vt'liig Pensocrats are g"ir-5 tw recjir; intaefclL Well if
4 left is the fititive slave law-a practical nullity; arrl i i "Kesolvtd Tlu't we M 1 ti the integrity rf tlie Union -
.iibIo Wlii.titatc of Totncsee and
'i4 Batik arc quoted iu Xc\v Vcrk at 5 eeuts iu the i IC5?, on 1 a few IjtiuJred tnusrrl! frcc-soilers '* improbable dt It will be taown
more the strain suc'a that established the Constitution and \vp get whippe ire
j \\liig SLate t,( Gcor Lu The States, then, which i iI iaI they arc not men to .it a gnat as as by thrr'fcre( presume
; dollar. J w i'.l: Jo the: sitne." It is warce-ly worth the trouble of the nioht amiable and disinterested manner, propose to when their rivals are ready to bolt whole camels as [ re d prrc te, ai ilixtf.i-jn in its ti-or.tfra, the attempts when the votes are counted, but in the ci ati2e triutcnd

A soi of Mr. Wittier** card in of into I far as the capacity of their gullet will ndruit. of any party or class of mn to sti.:matiz* nnd
publishes a one grin an argirment to show how improbable it H I take charge of the Wliij party are N. Carolina. (posi-iUy. to give our opponent as hard a %! as irenra
;
the Montgomery pajHTO, in which Lc i.ay- { that Wini"f! vote-Is* the Sealiii'l offers to bet Lc .) T<-nnssee, (possibly,) Virginia, S. CuroUna, JtJ1 stitmiwith denounce one portion which the the d'ntitiition Union for its does domestic not inter-irs- able and /"we don't later them i Ia right coed style,
1
Arkansas InbLina.! Ala- Whig( Consistency.
** It may not be rriifi lo fay, tluil the individual liJ, tvcn ad.nitting that Wihiot! was a member of fouri NL'O.is11)pi, Georgia fore and of the ymnru-ty'of which each State is its : well give them the worst of all the liame a'.id lama, Florida, and Texas. The two first named of At the opening: of the present session of Congress, a '
rL: (Vacations liea.ing of the tcvrral I '
the Baltimore Coavcntion at that time, wLl. h we do I own independent jtItl. that
these with been
States have
P!( forms, will in no vise, nor under r.ny rircumtau- Georgia, occasionally 1 number of the w big members, mostly Southern men, Iliis has been action whenever I II !
political
always
: not believe be but think State* but the othr nine have been my
i was ; we a moment's contention whig uniLrcuy
? : r*#, be otlicrwisc th) in j promptly r.fp-ndeil to ns due i Democratic Suite- The chance that of them assembled in caucus and passed a resolution sustaining con!'! bring it to bear upon tki sectional, dlauuk issue r- The PurSer o the Janies L. Day.llr.J.dover -.
;. t -und denominations of the Jiank of St Marx V \indtrJivt of WilmotV position previous to the meeting any cue aboationivn.
i will vote for a whig nominee.for the Presidency is a- the compromise as a finality. When it was charged ; e, 'ivill please accept our thanks for Ncv OresE1!
. z' dollars rcdciitnod as presented, both in tiiis city cf the Convention, and the bold and decided stand At our lost State Conventionafter Mr.Eantoul hai ;
wiJ at ColumbuK." { b"ut equal to that of the luekv holder of a Jersey lot-. that the action cf the caucus was a humbug, intended The Dap toot-hed at St. Al.rls yesesb1'
I j Ge;). Case hall takin against the proviso doclj ines t ft ticket to draw the capital prize. Virginia has only : gone over to the frec-8' il party and opposed the fvpi-1 papers.
ry i to deceIve the people, we found that Southern whigs week and la !
tive law, nn l when the attempt was made by him and was expected to retnrn to-day on
Wilmot stole from Webster will cinvinee two Viliigsin COHJJTC S; South Carolina. Tcx.snn.I
.,.t Movements of the Florida 7higsTl.e ; our Arkansas, none ; Mijt(iuri no accidental delegation of j raised their voices iu loud afnnriatis.ns of its nationality others to nbulitionixcthe fJenvx-ratiepartv. I prop e Tl.e Jacksonville received tills i extemporary that he ought lo yield us the button"Tle chairman of the coro'tihtce i>n that subject, and the "
JtijittlHcan, u1Irnnhg, two or three Whigs; Mississippi not an nvowcd Yhigj j I In the Home of Representatives, Mr. Cabcll, with the

contains what we regard as an official direction f>>r thefuture cirvum>tancvs are dead agaiusl his having so voted Aliib ima and Ixjuisiaua only one each. In liort. thcc vie-w affecting the election of Sj.eaker, charged the convcnti-m"carried through, these resolutions, August Relative Strength of Scott and Zi1iiGr

conduct of the Florida Whi s. We txtiactfroa an J there i is not one iota of proof going to show nine States are very strongholds of locofocoisin-not democratic party with having tabled the n solution in 20. 1851 : The Washington corres'pind cf the N.. Y.Joi"
Resolreil That the ilcmocntic in -
that the following | the crn1 rary. But Wilmot will vote for the candidate I excepting Ploriila. which has once or twiee hadappas- : party preeminently *r.l cf Commerce in a heWn dated 30th ut. fun'
paper programmeWe modic fit None of these States li.ive f.ttcrofthe conniroir.i-se, and urged this as evidence of national anti-sectional, and for the Union as n

I; : recommend to the four divisions of the State, i s'juiiing upon these resolutbus in 1852, sajs the Sentinel. -j I done anything Whigtfery.for the Whig cause, except to furtiUh |j I the unsoundness of Northern DcmocraU, vrhilst pmit- I whole Union,that it hi alwavR sustiinetl: andean only that paper with the following spceuLatifms iartlatia

retrxflivily, cltiiT in c uuty ineetuij, or District contention I Well, if he does, it will not he because the tlir part}' with ofiice-holders ; and even the men tVy | jog to the resolution adopted by the why caucus, LceLiimcd regain its supremacy in the L nion by adhering to iu to the comparative strength oi Scott and Fillmore b

1 to'appobt each three delegates to the Balti caridida!c" has any sympathies in common 'wiUi him, elect as Whig are wholly unreliable. If they should own men and measures-- reposing on its fundamental the Whig National Convention :
, : C.nivenlion the 16th of.I and nlso that the whig party stood before the country of cch all tests marked sectional
: moreMjtg on tine, ding by
Domocratle principles
I dictate to the would be
or with the few hundred tiiousanJ mire fcceeoilersI party, they only The fiiends of Gen. Scott are not at all UIeOGrage.I a'
t wo dclegnjes nt large for the Slatc. Ilia i rvcommcivjcu -I 1 exercifinjf within tfieir but wlvn as the only fi lends of the compromise, und entitled to lines South or North, feast or West, and by leaving to Southern
I jurisdiction manor ; to his nomination the tai.cn bv the
* also that tliv&c dvleirutcs be iuatructed l by resolution who will 4l.thle same It is not onr custom asa the sound of the of each State and Territory by position

par- sense *
they attempt to lord it over the Whig party they encroach the sympathies of the South. What, however, U the j jople \Vbigs. They chum four votes C.T Lm from the
; their for Mittxao FiLLUOUC for to candidate for office with their domestic and institutions."
tj east vote 1'resident 1 ty run pob-'r
paal-x-ks upon oa forcigh soil, ml are mere interloper! The present posture of aituirs I What was the action of (; Kentucky delegation, and four from Virginia TLC!
; tile firct choice the of the State and should "Jlcsolced. That the ,iemocratic of this Commonweal '
eg
whigs ; tliiir lips, or whose of ia.1 1 favors party
positions from and
j on questions alifiorbing Whijf party never any them neverexpeet allow Ffllmore and WeMer three votfsiafr*
the late when a"ull of only
whig caucus representation
; lie not lw nomiiiate-l, then to vote for no mtin v.ho i is feel tli full'/ and unreservedly adopts the resolutions -
the wlii) will not
interest are unknown ; and therefore, if Mr. Wilmot any ; consequently, party whole New York delegation and not twenty altcgtti-
not as f ail y pledged to the maintenance of the Com pro- it all alarmed about their votes." Northern whigs was present Why, they refuse even of the National Democratic Convention at Baltimore -
ZII1C nitr. | or Mr. any-body-clso, shall vole for the nominees of in 1848, as tfisonfii true democratic creed? er, from all the non-slavc-holdunf States.
to entertain a resolution on the subject, and Mr. Cabell, The chiefs of the Seward of the TVhig pflrfj
\\' recommend State Convention of (he the Baltimore Convention will do Resolved, That the 1'altimore and wing
e a whig they no with the A of the National platform eorerj, *
correspondent Intelligencer, with a few other Southern whigs, fiiid themselves have already agreed npon the terms of a rP/V'x
4. party to meH ia Tula! m sec on the 1st of July, to re- distinct knowledge that their was intended to embrace, the whole question of slave
-eive the report of the State JJelogates to the National own pernieioua heresies writing from Couaelton, Indiana, expresses the opinion obliged to retire from the caucus. Thus has he, in a agitation iu Congress, and therefore we go for a faith pressing views of the Whig party M to the Crtnj0*

9 Ciinvciition, and to act, in view of the whole bear- are utterly repudiated by the party whoic! candidates hat the time is not distant when the State of Arkansas very few months after his high eulogium on whig conservatism ful execution of, and acquiesce in, all the compromise raises vhieh Gen. Scott is ti> indorse, and which ta Mr.-.
Mr. and GOT. Jones and to * iug' of the Pret-idfLtial question, as the duty of the they support The case would be precisely the same will yield a yearly production of three millions of and! whig reliability and soundness, been men nres settled by the fast Congress." Mangum members,from Stanley will be sse'w'though

I jMiily may dictate; alao to nominate a candidate for as if the editor of the Sentinel were to vole for the Th.was the position which the "hunker'democrats, Kentucky entirely
bales of if the should hold .
cotton, price continue to upo obliged to break off from all connection with his North- not to the great body cf Southern wlujz*-
Oongric, nud Governor, and appobt rrceidcJitial Elec democratic cuud.icLteibis as Mr. Ratitoul calls them occupied when, as he represents
doing so would no more an average of seven cento per pound. He says em friends, and by this very act acknowleding that all they were within one step as near free soiliain Thw document is to be promnlpa on the eve of the

tors.It it also suggested that the counties that Lr.ld make them whigs than would the votes of Wilmot that this year the product per acre of many planta- lie said at the opening of the session was mere bombast as he was when he joined the free-soil party, and iu Convention. I am assured that this a a'settled fliffl-' .'

; meetings to send delegat to Baltimore, do at the and others make them frec-soilt-rs. But we would ions: on the Missouri river, and on either side of Memphis and fustian. Verily Mr. Cabell has a right to his Lynn Fpecch, April 3d, 1851, (when free-soilers ncr.The and friends it U pretty of Gen.much Scott what in has the beemeapected.itatc OtT

T eauie time name delegates to the State Convention.As like to know bow long it i is since the Sentinel has In nominated him for Congrcaa,) declared as his creed, preeect
was a& high as ,OOO pound of seed cotton. complain of his Northern allies for having thus placed circumstances, claim one hundred and sirty votes fi saS.
; delegates from East florida, to lioltiiuore the that the fugitive slave law U unjust, unconstitutional -
been seized with such horror
a offree-suileril If our liim in false But shall be States three from Dek!
the
Arkansas there arc several millions of acres of the very a position. we not surprised non-slaveholdinj ; rotes
named
St. ?tiIuis1il have three good and true in derogation of the fundamental maxims of free
memory does not mislead iif, it was only a ihort while to see him make another somerset before the Presidential ware; four from Kentucky; and four from V1Tg1n
of bcst'cotton landa that will \ from -
jiicn-0n.. J. >L Hernandez St John's, Gen. John >y protected ovcrlowin goternment, and ought to be speedily and forever repealed.

Hcott of Marion, and James M. Baker, J>q, of Coluiut'ia. back that not only the Sentinel, but the entire whig | a few years. The very low price and great .Iceitun-niark the prophecy. ." And yet Mr. Cftbell, a Southern whig, pre in mating 177 rotes: leaving. This Mr. Fillmore and the WebSt"nes4fs
of l1 state
ti The of Ellbt will be uniteupon of the South locked in tends he difference between Mr. Kautonl a minority they as
Whigs the ready: to party were the embraces of can see no
fertility of theec lands will them into Plain Talk. n'timiri*
soon bring mar the first ballot: an II them without dissent nnd will also endorse and Mr. Hallett.
; : they Seward, C Greelcr, rt id genus omne. They all workedqw.tly ket York the New Orleans of all all the Northern d l gaW
h the the St John's nu-ctiug. of Hon. and use. Cotton from that district will be taken The New Iribune talks to assent or nearly Whig
nanupropoced by Among the whig which bare spoken of Sir.
: Jackson M .rton and Hon. E. C. Cabell, regarding them in the fame harness, dragging along a Presidential up, ilud not down stream. It will be taken to Eastern Bulletin about the fugitive slave law, b this manner papers from the non-sJaveholdws' States.
Hallett TA a frce-soiler i* the Sentinel, and we now But, on the other Land the friends of 3Ir. FiDa
J 11 us Delegates for the State at large. | team the half of.ul.iuh, at least, was free-soil mills cheaper by the Ohio river than by the gulf''and The Bulletin had! said to the Tribune that the* Compromise the first
nomioattoa
call its ia this arc perfectly confident of his on
and abolition. on that sheet to confess error of fact"
Mr. Fillmore then National
1t The course here recommended will no doubt be followed was fresh from the ocean route. Whether Boston machinery and"emjra- should be endorsed by the Whig or second ballot Their plan is as follows:-The FI'
also LL in his
instance and Mr. true before
place position '
I I by'the faitlifnl throughout the State, because arms of his Erie supporters, with Lie nerer-recanted th.csLwili meet the cottuu half way, is yet to.be Convention more and Webster delegates will unite witfithe Sooth-

r letter of 1838 piuDed to bis back. The file of the Our marshals and judges wQl of course conform to its readers. And we ask our cotemporary to era delegations, upon the CompromIse phtfformi. S ,
it the feanctiou of the wife
L we look upon as having Sentinel do not show that it* editor at that time was scent it and obey it so long as it is a law. You can probably note the further fact that the true democracy of Massachusetts preliminary step to any proceeding in he ConvUiA

i head* at the federal city.. much shocked at the idea that his candidates A Palpable Hit. force through the Whig National Convention-you in the resolutions passed by their last State This they can carry ; and it will exclude say. c*

The Florida Whigs, then, \villgo into the Whig very certainly can through the other-a resolve implying date as a nominee, who docs not coma up to I thatp1
were being borne into office on the Briaerian M<. Brooks, member of Congress from New< York, will Convention, not only adopted the Compromise in .
' arms of acquiescence in and support of that Ltw. But what form.
National Convention! end that will be the second -
the free-soil whigs of the Middle and Northern States garcJMr. Senator Maogum a slap the other day, which it be .worth to yon 1th&t is the practical.question.- terms, but construed the Baltimore resolution ou slavery The friends of Mr. Fillmore elann for Km 12 vote

;} scene in the force. The attractive power of public They rather show that he was as quiet a* a "sucking is so good that ought to "go the rounds." Mr. Do you fauey that the great body of our Northern people which the Sentinel say's is so indefinite, into cover out of the New York DelfgatioB. and they kin ao T

t plunder" b proving too great for their virtue. dove." Ho chuckled over the of Mangum, who, it U well known, is the advocate of will ever really and heartily try to help you catch ing "the vholn question'"/ slave agitatio* j f* Congrem. votes, altogether, for Fillmore or Webster out of a'

Cannot the Florida Sentinel read to the people of prospect fingering Gen. Scott ir the Presidency, had spoken of Mr. your runaway negroes I If you do,you nrij jolly green, ." We well conclude from this that there the Northern Delegates. Adding these forty toU to
M the spoils, even though they were to Le dished out that' all We tell you* frankly that ve won't, and may the 116 vote from the SeoUl they hare majorilJV
the State a lecture on the awcet of political fratcrnitj" Broo n as riding in his carriage, driven by servants in be ambiguity about a resolution which is -
by administration propped up by Seward, and we your rail at us therefor; but there are thousands all a- can no thus not only for establishing the finality of the CowpWra .%

; with such delectable whig*** Seward,Johnston, do not believe that In 1652 be will enter liver tc. Mr. Brooks replied, and said that, althout !- round us who detest slave-catching! as heartily aa w declared, by a party ia a Stat so intensely free-soil a* as then- principle but for the Domination of *n
n
fireeley, tgaiost A repetition *ame kind of procedure_ to do with it Yet, because they attend Union'mettlogs _ _ -
would be hugely thi time. *
appreciated than times be had bedrirei
two three
rather
Sen/iWU veil more or yet question I3fliTOLITIOt.Thet'Wfbp
of
The apprized the 'resolves Z3nOIATT0Y A.Tts
fact that the and pass 'compromise' roa pronounce _
'HioH Paicts or Sr.-.At extensive sale of Northern wSugjof hi* party u free-soil "td the backbone by a negro in slavery than be the driver of an them good fellow and true friends of the Union!I- LvD WAWUTTSV The New York Tribune of the left New York a few days: nxr with 800 pw "

roe* ftto,7J.c&CojthweragepTiceu.O& ," H* does not o* d batter rideoM of this than abolition team for the Presidency r Bah I. Yon don't yourself deligV in slavery any more 20th nit, says: geTs for Cslifomw oo the same dar arrfrih.fr'W Teck* *
n- than they do. You are imply talking for effect, and "In bind warrant there is a moderate supply sad rope brought 2 88 immigraaU. The K* %

: Af w sold a* Iowa* between ia pvtaby their rotes m Coofrtu and their proceeding JS": The Charleston Mtrcvry of the Itt announce wa understand you" Yon vjaut to be cheated by falae the.mrk.tls ratbet) buoyant 81 oneJwivr! d and nre remark jt ia Lard to ay.iraiel w Xtha tt**:*"* .,. '

8700 and $800, ivd MOM nt high a* 81800 aadTbe In State Coorrndoo*. Erary man ia their partr that, Ir. Rhett hat reVgned hi> teat b the U. a Senat profession* and protesta'Uoof, and your feud with a* sixty warrant* at |120 a *I25; 8Oars, f. 6laSS, immigratioo flow' the'fatefvfrom .&*> ;*> *

insktttold irwabcot 75. 4 Thi tJww tbIeastiptiticn to respecttbo *.. grow*oat of oar refusal to unite in cheating your' 40 acre*, 132 a 85.' York;or from nertf totl ihiwea of th IMS*


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I y Ltw. Uie help, or even 'good will, anagleifree State Th pTfWwHngi ofthe State Coirrention'trin be In SaranaaVOX'on Thnrsday tnorniaj. April 29, Ittornty tod Coanirllor at Law, -flBLEO1.DrJ. V **''' '
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State Rijht* *mber of Congress Rmendmmt. ,ju found jn another oolunui. The barincy and dignit'r st the rowdenee cf Mrs.: Baynard. by the Rcr.JIr. TROUPVXLLZ. OEO., # U.1&1lk1.iwd.It; d V V
voted apiinft the .
A his eflt fl the communication, v Lich with vluch its proeeedinw were elwracterised. and Carter. BOIL JAMES E. BROOME. ,of thIa County, 10 ThIosdzts 1ttenat4,4Q.ilinJaouimd
From the < ,ord I have bown conelneivejv; to the drcuit Cnorti ff Thomas.Lowndes
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tl.fJunJ ill ',,i jtb"r mini iii. tUting the coiu-se have my tnnniniity uid good i-elinj which..pervaded the to Mis M Jl RY M. RCOTT Savannah.OBITUARY. ll/ practice V
n1d
mi-iJ AtJeaJt that Gen. CaMc > had yy WsrsC and Irwin
the fmri.ive *'. ne I1'c! own : no whole lodv, from beginning to end, anger well for the Clinch. Appb'ng. 69 'Worked 'CoDaJv-T:
motive whatt'r to dodge tor .ioUnti mally evnde the Counties! Georgia and la Jefferson. Maduoa, Hamiltoo -
wliich ,
ntt f ti iho Lave triumph "awaits the Democratic? at the 24 pair -worked Stem*.
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; t vote in the final passage of the fugitive Vlave bill- and Columbia; Counties h Florida.
fall election. The
invrniinnn mis statement* which eelectioo'of candidate for Governor
I iv the He was and {is its oompletelv identified with it, and us and Died in Savsnnalu'Oa. on the 28th April,Mr*. REBECCA April "4. 1862. 16Groceries
ejeuiatej f JT the of injurTbe'organ Representative ia Congress, and for Electors AJWfl24.I8Zt II
clgt en purpose fully committed to its maintenance, ns one of McK. STOCKTON, wife of Mr. P. A. Stockton V
) 19d ))4ii-tri..I Derws'n&t Ei ttZC 4 t1mntinit. any i* highly judicious, and BO fv as we can learn, m .ts
; of
Fla. &
thosewho fr it I. for I Qoiney, .
voted have ,
; an one, never f. r ,
; of the Whig purty here in general approval Judge Iroome is a man who*e THE BAPTIST FEMALE COLLEGE
*t1 ovi-rend oif raisin, pretended to a moment doubted that had his vote been required to character and abilities! will reflect honor on the Gubernatorial Died at Lii re'5denrp on flip St. John' River, on Schooners Tcttet and I* F. Rogers from New "

'tc 4-Uxihas;%; c* that thn. CaSB W8 pas* the bill), lie would have been there and recorded office, end the Skate. Ills qualificati- the Uth April, Mr. ASA MUNSOX, aged C8 years. B Orleans. Of $ftratb-17Mt Georgia. 1' ; : ?

; citJ3 not'f it in the affirmative. His speeches and Totes fur and for the office uch Died at the residence of Mr. Curtis Carroll inTlioma 10 casks Bacon Sides sad Shoulders,
the
flirt tin- final vote WA S"r" on : this bill are t AS to challenge the support of 'PIUS Semhiary.locnfetl t.VH| Kan, T CntiJL -
connected ith make for liim
record which
** a t djubt hi* willinguese to eccuowlIV a manY who may differ from him on points of national Comity, Oeorjia, LUKE LIVELY, Eq, in 6 tierces Sugar-cured Uanis, bert, Randolph nUitj'wa opened oo tL. ItYI

**. 'rc fir t1 ptiflIjblC3 C'itnitIed' iaiki catmot b< Fiiecessf jily t ailed Yonrs'A-e.by Lie bitterest personal politics and we fed fully eouftdent of his triumphant liis G2d year.Acorar.a 2 Rigged instant, wdiur eiretitwtartw*daddenff taicwaragfr ..-

; tue Rfpu/4; zaov that. it ece the or politionl foe. J. election over any candidate tint may be opposed to ?5 birreas Superfine Hour, At the dume oftke tkefirtrtrefk.tbetiatc e pvi4.

.:' ; tl3Wib aeept the Cnnpn'rnise I Iduent him.We fictcxnnc WOXPKR!Important to Jy- 25 Family ia the Imrtiration nmnantrd t*' tcntj. .

; cjflls faVCtY tpiettn; do it. oppof Electoral vote of the States.It dor. know, of course, wlo will be mn fir Conpws peptics.-Dr. J. S Houjliton's Pepsin. The True Di- 3 m.Le.fLard, The members of the teoTty nre. 2 prccn.Preside. .

iurtice wlJeli i* due t i lam: OR
n st3tlJaTaia-t! the VYihuot Proviso, and to and Calif.irnh hall eedi have a mcmbrr of Congree8 but whoever he may be, he 'tvillhnve to encounter a or the f*nirtb Stomach of the Ox. a? er direction "barrels Molasses, LUTHEJl.A. M, Mn. AMAXI C CLARK, aid

n <>f the B..nUi, PO fir B* they hd man who is fully competent to pvc reaa.'iis f\ir the of liiron Uel! the great Pliywolosical Chem- 5J Syrup, MiSeMARTWIL5ONPV

rnwts.i1.rd f te liniug'u t'ie' dofcets t>f the old law'in re- on tLeir F'-vrral factions., This makes the whole faith that is in him;" and wlio can bear aloft, ia triumph i.-t. bv J. S. Honshton. M. D, iluladelph'ia. This i? 3 Big HomtnotiT* The President h nov errrwfmtirnjr trftli IaJies nf a

(. ( j number of KicmlK-rs of the Honse 234, to which add the Democratic banner, in the contest fir Dcnicratic truly R wonderful remedy for Indigestion, Dypepsia 2 White Bean*. known literary merit, -who will he employed M their

CMTllE 1TGITIVE SLATE RILL. j the r.irnber of Senators from all the States, C2, and principles before the people. Our cau e is Jaundice, Liver Complaint, Constipation and Debility. 2 hogshead Brown Sn;ar, services may be required { and the frwwls of ocr Col

:;r.: I the Electoral vote of the States will be 90-necessary a glorious ciwe, -and our candidates are worthy of furin .' fter nature.* own metlmd. by nature's own 1 Clarified lege. and of" Edutmtiow genertl! may foel ssnred

tfSWrfi V-1"rt rw : the caue. Let us then unite as one man to redeem ag nt. the Oa-tric Juice. I'amphlvtsr! containing scientific 10 barrels Rectified WLUkeyv that the aeretal Departments will be represented Ly

jtttT.e f-Ttlie rcpclin% of tl-o Jliltj.r.ore CmIimKT I to a choice J49-148 bob; a tie. The Doctoral our State from the false position in which einumntanees -- evidence of its vane, furni-hfd by agents gra- 2 tierces Carolina Rice.- competent Ptofso rs awl Lecturers. .

ti T1dflit'ltl e, ( : tio prcfijrn'-o >eins to \vtnnral vote of or.eh State under the late apportionment, ac have placed her, and to accomplish this it H o-ilv tu. Sec notice among adverticment.DAGUERREOTYPE Juat received anl f'r sate byJAMES The course of rtndy.ii driciVd into tbre Deptirt*

. ': ., : : : P ( C F* the firftth.u-c compared wilh 1E48, will then be as follows: necessary that we Rhtiuld will JacltrnviHe JVVo-* B/OA1IBLE. meiita, and each Department into two Chuia&s.
(1he t!. 3rcirjdiLlc fr the H
; party cs : LIKENESSES. i'.pril2l,1832. V
hC Kein. 1S52. 18481852.. 1848.
l'uovu Fire. PRIMARY DEPAflTIE.The .
jJ'iey. P'X11.'n 0 o-'eu t M..h", T. 1, Ooio, 23 23 (1 FflEIDAL, Arti.-t, late from New York may
Ir: .- lu't H 1 < L9iuftr.ti.m. rs well! rs otjurs.lr N. Hrjrps.i.-r, 5 6 Indiana 13 12 T*e regret lo( stile that the large anti eent rn
' ) flt &thfr> times I h -i1Iv drrje'r"hlttfl' I'tnnoiit, 5 6 Illinois, ] 1 9j fi .n of I* O'H. Brand, Esq, at the comer of HilUbvoujjh Hall of the Capitol where lie will be pleaded to take TT/'AXTED immcdmtcly. f.jrwhich market pnce employed in Spelling, Beading and DeGui-

; hIiviJ dJJ.I 1 the otp (bfl the itle .'/
"'*''" v'i"rea'' M llue, V IU1J be averyVjcji j If. Jx'and, 4 4 Wisconsin, T 4 Street, to<>k fire on Sunday moniing lt iibnut me ocloek *- from y) in the morning until 4 in the evening, ci'herm store. JOSEPH BRANCH thesodcIswflbetangtMeflt1/.nth-' :

lt_ m t the! ii'U'iinsti m < f f fien. Caps. J Ciinfct'ctif, C G JliohigHU, C fi and was eont>um< if. The fire, it i is up'w-d. clear tir e-louJy weather. He liaall tie! late imipnnemcnt May 1, 1852. 17 4t roetie, Geography, dc.-tuition per term, 10 00

'. *"J'rt i. pry' cencrallv nmeedcd( that man acls hn>l e out in n dressing-nx-m or closet in the eMiJ: .: _
1.AltfV lk 1 \ci.-T;trA-, 5 C6 Kentucky, J2 12 May 8. 1852. 13 ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT.
;; tr1tr. Vheth'r t1.ia true X'vJc 7 7 Missouri. I> 7 1 1 TV, laving bten conunun'c ited, in all probability, 1 v Spring and Summer Clothing. V
rs'
,
: {"iTilfli Ci* <"u J|lve 'hal .|lrt'tivf in wading 1i'i_ 27 26 Alabama. 9) 9X a careless servant, who had gune int this part oVthe Children's and Youth's Clothing, In the f.nl ca'* vitl be taught AritLmetir. ,
received handsome fasli-
"rtment of
'f t1, L 1I v'te f the a very nsss Grammar -tuitii>n ttrm 18 COIn
I + 'r house during the uigrht with a candle Jrtunat JUST Hwtory c per ,
i1ea Jf'Pawr-,. 3 Jswisiaia, 4 f> f.Maryland y TST received by W. T. MITChELL READY tfADK CI.OTHIXO. eml-rac-nt .
\M'ul-l ii'l l.ave conmittejfjllv the second ela a will be tiubt: Algebra, .
'sfiaJ pissi the family were all sleeping r>n the fiist tlwir. 'Jli.vknew J
R Trn--cwf 8 1852. IS tf
8 12 12 May ,
variety of COATS. M-STS. nd PAXTA"LOON'S
; mliiiip'eJely) t the m< aMire than nothing of the lire until a part of the building I'tar' every Pi.hetoric. Natural History, A ctcnt History,
'tj i i* Vihut sucb vntc. Aiij it i to ot lv 1 Virginia. 15 17 Ni3sipr.i, 7 6 their Bleeping apartment had fallen in. The fumitiree Florida Wool. suited to the season, Mannfactnred from the Ac. tuition per term, 15 OOCOLLKOIATB
.V. Carolina Aikanas
10 Jl 4 3
Tqi
mo-t material fashionable workmanship
cavil;: .. el"ubt that 1 ask fir this approved styles
bev-nl r fl
1(3Ct >n the fii-t ior wa paved and al*> the li'Iizigd.rs.inaiit1cpieett DEPAflTMNT.V
S. Cnn-lLm fi
;tI 9 Texas 4 4 in. u'wcnbri will WOOL 'im-
J piircia--e on n > unsurpassed.
:1' i-ilu.ini of tho Uiiinru p
2 >J '< < vindow-blinds! Frish ic. but all T
tWfuniituie
ctima pia ,
: (frrr"ii JO JO Califoniia 4 0 < ; In the first class will be tar ht Natural PLiloopliv -
,
( Mu-ch 1 5i'. i ia: th-'t-'cinteef the tiinither to thein clvcs in Quincy, or to IX C. Prices low to suit the tines.
15::tji i it in the ronnis alKi\ewas iiiMimoL TUhilel.cn >
i-i f'r the tl.riJi. 3 3 Wilon. l->(], 'allaiaee.! April 24, 1852. 1-5 \V. T. MITCHELL. Ifcrtany Cl mM t y,-MtneraJc y; Ixifpic -
f*, tbe jii .j iipj.i.itiient] olt I srnolct: : Tt.tiil 293 2'JOTIiria1cr Mtv: 1.1, 1852 H 3t rO lIAX Jk MUSE.Kotice. per
wnt': t c .f"lnu'Uv ':> beiii.*, ii'iJir viiu iJeihtion, *lhe mn.t wz.rfl.. vith inly a t-lrl.t Incite Acclimated Ice. In the second ca.s will Txs tau Kt Natcral PniIo '

Fajj- that voted f,>r Taylor ii JS4S we have I from the : .'uth-w..t.: H..d the witid IK-I-II l.igli, ji-j.J the higher 3fathen.atHH, Evidences V

p rGen. font tlie Is.11 tb-! \\t t-t 1 he residence ofV.. C. Tiu-I 1 r.HM T HAVE in my Ire Home, a lot of BOSTON ICE. of opiiy CIifltL'ttflty. ic-tuition per term, iO fxjI'tipi

I i.1if'r tL (' 1'jr 'f f& : ; avu rep rtdt ; ('i. Th ?inc Stale* will now eist 1C1 vote. }, and the Masotiie Hail, would hive been Li iiiudid.nu A LL pT'on crc'itnr! Jc atcc'. entitle] to li'triJ.JL _L which I will deliver to purcltas-er1)! from C to 8, A. !* la the Department of Mode wfllte clirged.

; .t..ii LrV % ; ; ric. I nn; pc1 t n- r.The li'itinn. thiTwi i itrrc ted in the estate of M., nnJ to jy-rtom in the coun'ry at any hour-price .
tbe ?40 annum.In. p
'ii'
... i n'ir d 2.i t, y tj :. : nVIC than nCouth( I'C.I f.re lipj n-iue "wli rre?* Infre it wa: < !iTenvcrtd Joseph .TiiyiiT, late of Jeff'-r-"iii C. 'inty. Fl'irida, d<;- by the lOt ib*. or more, ?4 pe" hundred. a.'id 5 cent* .per trucrkn irt the CfecV, Latin end French laa-

lh wi ii '* t 1p iht itbnut inr -I tint it w.m'd hive been i-njVK-ili'e, \\itli tl.m! rea-i-d. .TC hereby iio:ini-l tst i-x'-ibit) their claihu and pf-r Ik in sinai! parcels. Ticket nwj be hal at tLc will be without ettm clinrge.Bonrd V
given
] i Carolina Convention. here for the have dtMuands within two yt"ir from thi< elate to th unor tore of Thomas Ha} war.L nasjes
; to
r w-BT MI a; ji' j -. w-.uity iiManvc u\e pur pose, !, with lights rsid washing, can be obtained ia
,, .,,'iV'i t. ni.HM'iii Lit1: >'vly. That! ia ; Till lioly l si'ljounied on the COth nit, after z'tcl.pt-. extinsri'i-lu'd it. Ier'i.tte.I. the name will! l-ebanvd ; and all per onto RICHARD HAYWARD.M3T the village at $10 month.

I .".i "* a t- S -i ''i f '* J'1/* J"-utey.! and i iLi ing the li\\5j5! ; report of the committee of twentyor.er.s Jlr I'ranch' loss cannrt be leiS tluui CC.OOO.- Hewa ittdeItt.l the sai.I clc-ce.i-e-d, trj requested to makeinmt.sliit : 1, If 52.; _17_tf_ The Trustees we per determined in fl p crerr effort to.anstain

>i i' 'Lt-"tUiu'"-1 *('i:1F: .raus f ">:i1- nutMuch insrui'd. pivr"fn: inKLIZAhETII the and
J t < > fallows ; Hats of Spring Style. a Sthiw.1! rq'inl to any m State ; they
n'I-3 i -"v i!> s*'' 'L :"' 'l11 ''*'* >-Klv ''<>ny aWcntifn ni.d crre laid lx>cn bestowed riv- JOVXER. Q u'.m.-l Exccprir.Jeffr.t.ii believe that the ntstem of instruction '-Kich ther

If rt on-H 4t! I'i'i' 4 vu, t-r ll* jn-tiee and ut'oebsitvcfpwifiTSaifc' nude Nr. tie Cnrr. from the Committee of twenty-one, the ]>ren.i I f illovin,
Tf jx-tt: 1all !: 'f Black and I'rab' Kouth Hat .
ruJereawdvTV' ; one 'f the mo-t )liandwime and valuable! in the pirce. quaitie ( *- edueatnti. The great f'bject sicctl: at

jrtofl'k'i ]T
1c l 'V.aiTA it'o an.I l 44flT11' f the Ugtin en art to provi !e f >r tlie eleetion ft dfp\ni'-ff t.t a a citizen shouM lune niet with Mich a loss ; but ve rvmli aficr the 1rst publication of thi bur, Cam]>eachy, and Straw II it?. for men and boy*, kind of mental and moral discipline which will fit

i It I'1Al\ eirrv 1it Uw nV> el 't. Tii! jirovj-i-.n La I lutlu-iii i'l-tnuti'ins C >n r ffi and the o.-ill .f n Ccneiiti.> n. nith tni'-t that Jlr. Urancli. v ho bears !iis deiuivati witli SIX will present my ncuotiiits! iii voucher'! -', aril apply fogitluT with a general assortment of C.irt' suited to them for usefulness in any sphere of life. V
to c-ffisiJcr and tJicreon
|ha H if"" rt n i wl t:"?a' "T's"' t ? < ff.eorwill 1 Fri report rot-jx-ctful- his cecaMomi-d oqu-inimity! wi.l determiue to reb.iilLI to the Judge of Piobate .if Leon r(.uty f ir a thesea'.'n. Just received by W.T. MITCHELL, The pupils of the Institution will be mjafred (o

tifn aL fi! <"'t-cu i'l.tVjiid i s of tli? Uiii-i 1 Tlut rej-xirt tJiey Imve <"n 5Jero'l lie! fubj 'ct referred (o I JiaMjh Xfan'lartl, April 2.EMTnQrArFtur final d't; rhsinj: ** from inc atate April_2 1352._1ft attend public worship on every lord's day, but thainstruction
InvejJ.1i: -'i'"i i .1 over HIP) pub'ertcyjj .- I Gabriel Brittle dceea. %d.XATIIAN. and
t J St t:? fct''! < t> Notice.I -* of parents ardiara respecting the
t'icn arid have included tii rew iniriead to the Convention .
.
md the laV.l.'S distinct fch Klsf enrtl
1'r% sre ,i.et J >r t.a j"2jc, < nn HOLT, Adn'r. place of wor-hip, shall be observed.
*' JIfl 1, 1.r vt n'n the a.itItIMi <-f the acconiinying] ictmludon I 1itik' were exj rifnocd at Wellington City nt nine Nay S. !?S2.; IS f.iii HAVE recently received tfiling!! articles, The next Term will commence on tLc third Jlon- V V

: :.:t tj t :eitl t..( an 1 O.-ciy! n > : nbi'jtt.s to one (I'ClCk '-n 'lhtir !Ia
bg day Aujjost.
r 4fC Irrvtz tlie jr #\i-i u of the intwi itti- Jtfo'ecd, I5y tl-e pe p> of K >ulh Carolina, ii Ci! >nI hun v.f46 manifest<*). The e'rks '-f the Departnii r f Notice. ." dozen Worked Collar-, R .s_. TTAliniCf.Secr'tvry :: .

:tti fiu H i ffl hucli a JM!injure vuu'J I.avc I vjition r.ccn.bl.1! kit the f.quriit \\ ilntins of the he Interior ran i.itotli: ttret-ts nii-1 pii\aJe |l-itit. t ('. I.T. iit < le--itee". eTtitl.l l to 'Ufrib'Tiiin. of of
'::(i.litutinxi .f the United States 1)the Federal C5ov- persons ere < r', "
,ter l>- t fti ft 1 up PU I'M- ."i.tii; :it thi titiui. It : f.>r a time interruptt-4. Hat aUiut a quarter pail .1 2 Cbemizettea. 23 1652. 8 3m
.i
nr'itherwieinterciff"! hi ill. it I II. Februrry ,
e :;
auI its cneroaehmcntt the rerycd
riin iit. : ii'wmn
n 1)1. 141ut t''Pt1tV, *rl of our i esareu one a tlioek tits a'.Ao folt in It4Itiia're.! SJ pieces escorted Laces iCc. ..tc.JAMES.
Je'ie J'ia4t. latt' i'f Jt.T.-rei CrrT1itul.'ri "
rit! 4.f tie '.v'rein Stites 'f thc L'iic'ii,
tLat ut t I'- te.pLtCli fr&im ItLleigh C. ilated in tti' FWiv B. GAMBLE.
: ia ratin t't :Iaviry, amp'j'tfy this State, -tt fras et.aie.J. are-Jiert-by notified to eili-bit tiar lai'p* nnd H. G. FARRELI/S
ca : A pevre t"vk of an onitliquake walitre April 21. lfi.2. H V
tt (1I1t%' ''r tbhir,4li.'lI, Iti );tr flfkr.tF js (li.mIms.1! wilin twoyerr* from t'ii* dutr to ili.' under'iyed lENUINH Arabian Lininent.i
l s i Varr.i'l r* ox'i'i-'i; n '!tearJi"n rid : to-day, e-liaking 'ri.'leiitly the dttcrs an.i win.hw / a mesh earaor. V
inJ.i"i-r"f tie !inu.i-ijiVs !* the f.rtive 1, rt h..lviig rtn>v n'l ]'l! rl 1 ; r-"i< Shirts, vJT dinnry medicine, the nth of which I, placed

w- '. ifti't <'! tL'}
< .- 'n1 rvnJivr Jv n. P.I it tho Cyinj r wtrinporary JOHN V.'OOTr.X A.l-ri
"ml1* V"i> ,eI..wiz ,!L r'i i 111 i' ww refeiTe'd all < : al.Vie. arid will fit "to a T."* Just received and! rile very previr ny! had reeled all other niedfcines ard the
I effect ein the pkill ot ihe best physicians in the world.! If i .
# composed
t natrN.' .a'i |IT.>JV.-/J.II-t'-n Uf.ire liii' t4tUtL Ordlaanff it J-ciar>- llf rijll: ffflii State lo s rfj j low l by Yv T. MITChELL

1 t'it Ltt r r, fl ,' t.hve from !bc J'f'Lrjl I'ltivn. \ : the flKKi.-" cxpcrieuccJ" were cau e.! by the ex SuWribr w ill keep durin. tie .-a..sst. a Aprit 24. I2. of biUam extracts and gums peculiar tr>

: .Cash Tij* ft ci"ii' *.r ',( t'nit, 'mioitU-e, .\v. >, the people rftli State COACHSMITHLXG I & U LtCIiS3IITIIINC their lirtiulating, Arndyne! prnefalfnjr, nr.ctitou
I n tli' r< ptrtI it* CNiiirrran, rpjHiitmjrtikfoJ" ; Convention s.-seniMt.-d. do d' aie and cidain, siud it Ls I s.f eleven memlnTS ffun the caucus vhich ignored the he in> ir* jr--ri-ha-M-rs tip call! and 'ee>-sfiid will sell at and revulsive prooe:tie?, and the same which, ae 13zo

t avc l-iU ; ] t llf JSt-nute: tvL ti 8c19n1IizI re- ben.by deelared ninl (orJaiiKfJ: f.tnllty. r.< Sowt'rice'5 as can be had in tltts t-itv; ; IN GENERAL. ilie"S' of the **
Conjproim : ivere used by n9 Desett, with
. tlut It pof*. H' !e was i direct jmd't. That S iiiOi Car.i3.ia. in th/1 exnol-eof her pover-j b'ie.tmi llonr'onr, ,
such miranrtops snccess.in caring the diseases of
t1.1I ] titJ: ii Zv4'r .1 tL fl, l'1ii inh '.ilii \\ ill, us an i I-'* JK ndent! hftit\ iiwedfd to tlu- Fed- A Remarkable Man. Hulk Fork, Nvy l-iyi L. T. NICXERSONRESPECTFULLY both man and bcis!.

,# :: iL i.il Uiii lmo\vn .-, the United; States of America.n.ij Shouiltr! Smith Camlinn Rice.Freh
I a, : { : iiHirnis the citi/en" of rtmarl-alJe KlicJi tfurutJof
The Geni.ant'iwn (Ohio) ILnpuriuin IIHF .in obilaarynotite Read Ihefol/otrins rurts,
(a.j 1tth by "f -'- 1.r\ tc! Sonn'e hay that in tli.'' < xcrci-c of the eamc soxer'i i wi'l, it irr-Cared II.un Com Men!. oiiii' Counties that he 1Iisrn.e/ri'sjaee

eitkrai .ii in fu/.tJiv fa\e Lil, ( Cfl.z'td I is lii-r i i. ht,without! Lisii'mice. < T ii.lestii"i from ( .f '1r. John Sdiafcr, wlm died i ii: that vicinity Plain do Java G'tftM in small mat hn' purehitied the tabfi-hment lately owned II. G. FARRKLf/S ARABIAN LINIMENT .

( : :iTiy p>wer \ti.at.wvr. tn tw vJ1 from the eaSJ: F *
hi ? iI r"t: h-f'r tic ?:' !; and t'lat fir tlie fcuflicifiicy; oftl.o c.iu-* with these t-urpiirirgtialemenls: I > !I'ico do. .1... Ri-. Ware-room and i-i i-parcel to do all work About a year and a hall ago. swelling appeared

.:i- Jeic wa a jr".oral' wi-'i. :.r J i ia llut 1 f.itf v 5.5li nny ir.K-l: ] hr wea Ii pfp.iratiiii.sl e i rt -p'fifib'.e -' Hie deceased wsi# the lar :cft man tint we t-ycr ClarifiedSiewurf! .K White AVliine and Cider of t'ie' 'xrte' character in the very beast imnner, on in my wile'%. stomach gradually incre2 ing in f\Za\ .

1 ,u i'-tttr& 'f i' t fr' a'-.!!. im-J. < 1, t-j iLc ULu-ial: of j.ub'Jc ophij j' tai'fl.e eofl'm wn hUni'-it-ntly larj- tntnin five ctried: izir, Vinegar, ren-air.able terms and with punctuality and tlespatch. until it became ni Uree 21 my fist, soul si 'te lhalhhe

r at tliey rereIJJJlAprt.rT1.d. ipplie ?, ;! i 1)1-, jii.viigth'1: l ti'1 1 f UK* >..rth. iiu-0 (>f tinlinar 5zo: jiie 'irii in width tLi-e. f-t Ix-nf do. CKkinjViiK", He cliim to nnder-tanb !.:* bu'5oe- thoroughly! and could not hear the Iwt pressure upon it with

JT/i tJi t t-'i'-h fJnricf; Jiipe- Th :itHi-<> it-jv-rt nn i cirdluai.. wcc r.u pteu by a 'ur iilt in th. (.1-, .!. ::itI thrfct in l i1t..1.tI.f .- '._5 Cra-l&.'.! (II). I.'mwp Oil I, tof he l h.'th able sii'l willing to gye: satisfaction t<> all out giving her extreme paitt. 1 trf the advice of

;j 'j. ,H >nn' i > Ist':T. 'i v !<$ ji fjii nivljuM a- volc: uf lUft viato r. nav i"en eiilij have wmVvd in it. It required sir .. Granulate: (10. (I.i1 l who rnv furnish iiim with woilt: Particular attention our b-st tlcctrr- and hey differed in opinion about
4f tie .'. ( 1.' 'ILti( j1J f 1 dm s'i-tet V
lPI''t j.wtsretl will be paid to it nd it Ague Cake! Fliilar
was an or ementof
s me
ir.f-M to take l-i-n frrim tli' b<>< on whi<*:Ii l.e rxpirt-i] ;
'f .t t-1.ii'1 I H i1 i'(> I II : Musi is the Word. Th's wa done byralingn plat f inn-rrmovi-.if the Leaf. Lard by tl.e k.Vt'reester Ijavcc and HORSK SHOEING ATD TARRIERT, the Spleen ; orne, that i itvaaaa Er.lartrnnenr! of
I nnf im>n<]'>H n! The l I.v: w tp.r..v( l by by the IK-TI !, other'! the Ovaii') and other said it via* Tnsr.ir of thf
Tli TCi /.iUni o<.iTeep'n'J M gtin a-i '.-jst-! l liffiyii'i ftrf*"' f T'ls'i enr-. r'ars! by the !. Durham Mn! '*arJ. ; p"rrn Ocari"., arid civilil nat he cured by cuftt ifoif.
,1ar; TriYisn/ j- eils of Vriaie }P. M n um. f North Csr> \ They r.tuld ti.'t get the eofiin into liu e, l Itiit bctkiii owning an mals who feet lu vc boon injcrud bycirees except f:
I't ftir prk4pi.
nhi) 'I the half C.ivelme Lr.
!
? Syrup hy i l'epwr, In this crilicat s1atinn. 1 wa- persuaded
otf the lo"r f.t -in of old! ( ** .. J itm t-renipsj t<> a-ihcre: { iina, a? ofn=j.icuiu :n the list from vlf.t-u the lii 1I : ; < ; an vii Irou Son p. small li"xi Hi in tho vprd it it into timt and carried
"1. The riT.t <.ftle iTiit4t t. arrest Ii.aH.prr f.igit\! \iill select a candidate Lr tbe Vice Pie-lli-ncy. T is they g in whole and liali' Soda Bi-cuit-i, nicety in the making anJ a JH tir.i'nt: of their Shots. sirai'ge! as it nm- appear. umn the third application
the tlutl.cr three .
I eor.e <'n wjity :;* Avigo!irjidfuir arc iuvite-d, to give him a triaL There i in> branch i-f
w h h'n-1 hir.i .
< : Pie Xi* CruckersVat she brsan to improve, awl I.cs rontir.ueil
t.iiy uelting
c'irrc'y; ad'-ut fjrtUr M S of Mr. Man nni : Ire burse t* *'.'vid j'fjxvd, ind ten rr. the bu5ncirequiring a more or practiced
Hrf O'i'v i.i -irry bli'i bff. papers, \ .'r better daily, until ncsv she is as well! as trer-enjo -
4 VAwi! : .
__ .. the e-offin intti the had two lines doubleme -! > inij
A : t.' lam. \ . vttJiHHl pi+Jgf*, tI lit out l
T.fi; '.r 'CtV ir'rate t'* ex]iilic the hit ; Pnrie-r and Ale the tluz.iLitilitl .
: 1FfatOi* f and /"rcf Jif frtalnly dlrpl ly* acffntt | die and seventeen men to let d iwri thi enaf rjiInlle Ir..i.l-j by shop.Febrnarr -
'i.]* it. ):'.;,> <-th.-r fxiTuiuinw mrima : ; Cihr! bv the luz!, 2. IS2. S [ Robert lir.s, i'-tmater, -s )
t'ouL'd end jtsftriimfni. J cl the Wliigt f mortality into its ]l.iet hoiiie on eartli. Hi* !
in'entleit the
\Tili': 1 j j. rV M:,j jja t1 ooinaiit lain to thee iraislv sam', OM WhVicrv! t:4This change l* tt> anp| ly ony to CFRFSTOWN P.\. Matcti 2 ;. 1547.iwd : .
.ft I ilte South lut follow tJi" Lid c.jj rounttl of*uft weight was not kn-iTvn. 1 1:it-:.i Vine, OU live, Blai-k'-mithinir and CiKioh-rnitlii-ig! bwine-"-the Car- On vnr'an lisa cisur LinimentTitn erflt

Ttt ri.'l.T .fth ri2ftrr iLcn to rciove tie' wienrj.Vr.Jl/aw/7M7M. and an ovcrw'.elnung triumrhH'va''s WOMEN ASH .\LPA&ELs.-A ElCt1U'' T5.'r! eoitir iitrr | CteWieiL ria-je Making Huj: as !,tretnf',, vikltrihe exclusive 'iCCe. She hid !Io't thvusc r>f hr J-fts for ihre

Ir1: ; ij rci I.j.'n_ Picalilli.Kanr.ly control and nuinagcment of ilr J. L. GroiiT.Jfc. the cnrJ btiisf rcr.lraeled$ thai her le 1
Mnrtiiu anil sui
'
r .
tb* pnrty in lie next e-ction.! And where is ia f his la HSIVP ,- iipertne '":r, > jear-i. ;
,
warm prnNe e> y-.ibi-iwr' T. X.
thf-irie j iV* hw wn pvspil, rverv jictioe of :Flavfin.! F-xtrocK tic. were bent as mue'tt i hue fzuiiin2 a is rnfuiaf! l< r
t* ? v tbr-rj;!h iut the Uidoa was n-qnfreJ to cxe'rtf tv HI tliy fin J a wls': >r, more sa ftci jus. mere honora1blc : .Women are tl.e best eub-eribcr'i in the csld For -'ah' at low pr"coB f .r ca-h. n !holc-ilj.nd retaiL Carolina House Quincy Florida. the position of ihe Iea Wii! ltllpif and she cn'ilJ ,

dith. in J/-r it Si-J-e then. n we al! Iv.nownu !
4 <- C mrt list d. ided that ju-tic'-s oi tl.o and long upr.n the ftronglangtt here u!ed. WITUrr now going on for eight *, and we have j.-ver l'i-t 21. 1S52. 1 0 ,. G.4)IflTI) t'; STARNES KarreiPf Arabian Lin jr.enl she is'non able lu walk
'** tni't *>" '"i11pd f> cxeeute tb> IHW, nn'I l year i. f ** i1Pe i* :lisit upon they have alni'> t serybvre LU'M. wimorr IITTEBF, winion PROTESTATIONS a single dollar by female fnliwiibtr They seen tomaVe Call and See :; S have purcia."ed! UK' alni\v K'it'.Nibment. a most exci'Ifet remedyor/ hrrse ffesh! ; al!so, for l

PJUti J<, s.ii. *]1)f) rnnster, t
jj' w-.r a ? i one at the lime, Iut n.iw ttiy iusihunl era \VhIgr. 5 willing 11 Purport; Scott \\\*>n s'ichteniist preacher and tlie ftrinter-two classes of the c.iium'iniy JUST ver?, thin comftirt of their guest'. 1 iie'r table will lie well -. V

= I tUs'lftr'-t isonetlmi iuipeii .u-ly jerfi'n' I Truth compels us ta say that there is much reason f JT i wlio suffer nK>re by bad and no at all, f dlwlts nib'vl SiJeA' -., supplied wi'h th" bent that can IHJ procured and their Tltc Opinion of on 0J r.rptrirnced Scientific V

*>5v. And tl V remedy I mn >. : ii'szt<> the belief that the Southern Whig leaders ir.7'jpport pay pay -- fh iJirs! bar alwavs jirovided wtl choi.' Wine". Liquor aid Farrier.WA .
; *'**. ftirly and b.'na'Iy; : xs.I! to make itui i.therrm than all the r<*t put together. Whenever wo have Awoman's .2 C'.cir S.Vsfi'l : Cignr. Th"y respectfully a.-k .1 infiiuiiince of the .UNCTON. IOWA, June 2'), 1S-I9. !l

k' tiflV 1 b.* proj. r rnd fietrmyary. But ILItivb(11j4t Jjim just p-m tlifse Unris. The tone of the leading ] name oa our book, we know it is just its ') bu-! Extra Ohm! Flo-ir, patronage heretofore extended to the h-louse. From the sj>eedv anJ permanent cures, both on._ j

; the original art s'aill remain uiptLhe [ \\lHg journals ii every sectiin of the country is cvi-i good f.ir two dollars and a half M a picayune i Li for a 4'J Extra SJ. 7aL, (?. CODBOLP.U. man and beastIici your AraLuu Liniment ia

; b that the (-1tzti ( pi.u'.v ta bemI.rv tlently in.krg.in n change nnd modification highly 10 ?,'ecQ I'or Ir, W. STAJINES.JiInry. performing I Z) rot hesitate to prornrr.tfc it lha
cake. Moreover, he assert that ladies read!
ginger "
I !M tfllt 1.' 1i way 'f :ttlIiI1'ttt.' 1 favora'Je t' Scott's equivocal and higlily EU- f. irv'< Ui i CoiK-e, ( Jannsry T, 852. 2 tf Great Remedy of the Ape. I have practiced doctoring
> present th to which they suW'iibe, and concludes hordes for these twenty pi. .and have i kd
: i tipw i i* 'h"rC. and 1 have: c- ;ii.l itSotitii <-itirc newspapers R IKIXC.-I Can-lit-*, l tall

imt a. 2 I. ih it i I.* jw i1 "t itt' F.CI.iU.' 1witi.t __________ ____ by declaiing Uiat he "would rather have a dozen ladies 2 cask* Plain Ilsm BILLIARD TABLES. the variouslirimcntointmeit&r.so much V
& 1iyIT (;(.n. Cs right :t t.e: ('t.Ina- on his books than one man." fi tierces Star Curd IIam., TIlE SUBSCRIBERS offer fir sale TABLES 10 j putTed npin the papers ; but 1 must say that H. G.

V.fl; f(fl i ni Jera: men. (if w!uit 'v.T pai t v, \i Lo sire Unwholesome Contagion.Tb > 20 bbls. Wlii-kev, _1_ per cont. less tinn any fifher Etab'.i! -hnvnt in j Farrell's Arabian Liniment eceeis any that I c,tr

I t 4 VftK.J %_ 'jdie ; and may b. p(44* t' by I <. f Plotting: ; extract from an arliele in llieXewi Cotton 2 Lir.l Oil Extra the City of New Yoik, wiih .iproved Cloth or Patent made use of. fly its use, 1 hair p curtd Swttny and

1 vj:, *"'** MM fccjjpurtiTS in the Nuth as urjui taka- York Tribune, sets forth, b pretty strong colors, the Receipts Uefr parcha-in e-lhw here, you will ce' well to cull In Ha Rubber Cushions wfii. h are preferred to Spavin Ions after they had been prnnnu'.rril inccraSIe I, -:
.. At tne Port f f SLJIo.rl-i.j'r M \t S'plemler, 1851, and I have cured more than
horses
** t f (j Ciesf iitrl.'(ic rlevtiticnto the and anti! n-e f.ir vourst-lf, as I will sell! low f.ir (:th. and! a'.lithers now in n..tby the be-t players in the United fitly this
influence e/f Congres.sidnal extravagance prodigal1ity toWJi April, 1852. States for correctness and e'asticitvand season with jour Liniment, crabrac-ing every i"hc1eIt
fA.T4wglat* '.fii'.I pail: .f the Lni.aevenf ofWui ca-h A. II. FELKEL.Aj.ril'24. are warranted
nfttt fnj.-v.-.ic-nr r }hfr ]x- 'uliar jtution. on the man who leaves his home with the idea Unit At Newport in April .172 o-ily. 1S3*. IB to t-tand in their place Cir years wi'lmut repfiirin ( eluease. (rain scr.ches nd briiise tip ti $pain, .

M"Ca'i t.ThM *Wr jtli 'rn rights man afk of him tiht dollars! a day is fine wages. Though highly colored -i Previously, 13.V35 14f.07 -- Gentlemen wWiinjj to purchase Tables of Rinir-Bope and Sweeny.' I cans1soberisijmriuov< 1

< taIitt: I lie 4"i-a. Ite mhall Jave the ev i i"lie I I and Lemons. all de-crpions! with MarbleMidMuauy! it Pine Bed, of im gord etTecfs on the human ystfm. I wsaj-.
thee h deal of truth iu the paragraph: At ? Harks in 1,725Preuouf.lv Oranges
n t .
l;sj A great April fined nearly all last winter mrnozi with Khenmati '
atV / have tlwir orders file! the .' if Jo
Mil1 ,,;, tr AH.J.IM, 1 0. iwjlinj; can .une a.a they were
i If ff-l** jt'l'' fl > tL fiitiy hn' 111. J 1y CmsreEMns'i liai bawled liimself hoaree onjt'i 18.r.ri3 20,223 T P.OXI1S LEMON5( BOXES OliAXGFS.lo reetit, by addre "injr r* bv maiL! Always on hand, m, and could Ititi nothinrjo help tap, tintil I, .
tm.a *, in In-halfiifrt'trenejimeiit and leform but ._) CLARET. J u4 nxvived and I fir R.iev pi commenced t tie use of LJnimenT, which
]hi ; your rn*
jtr. stmrp hand Mark and tat Clotlm. Balls Cue-.s" Trench I-eatlicr
ajt jmrn the f.V $#'. ic ITtaePi4h'UtOU.! ftud see-* millions going thw tirely cured me. "VVM. R. GIIIilES. ?
prnwd t *>i> vnri the bill;! bv an j'.nKaJnant 1851 1,413 H'kcts, PiKil Board and Cue War of the best description
rIii.4 r'ni'-1"1"' th- viy, ud 'tier) niiIliun that, at th dash ofttje pen, 1B52._10_ ready for shipping at tin shortest noticel
''Winz rvxn:
; eilit d.illa dat wlikli lokJ so inviting Sun Pain of tm iitarv tltndtny tvred ly IT. G -
Prrt1..d; Th.tt the fu.nve ..hul !lenr tLat he an'J )i per CommittedrpO GRIFFITH A DECKER. V
.
?.ctTiee in the pri.ttpectdwindie in full icw ofthese dazzling Total rwcIpX 85,142Bhtpttienttjrom 90 Am street New York Part lI Arabian Liriinifnf.Mr.H.G .
file hn"
,
*!aiinunt nnf-r the of the zuhMmed Leon County Jail on the 27th nIL n ne- FARRP.I.I.-l>earSir :-I bad been afflicted -
vbich he 'wtlJ be
htie lfv Ji.lcud! itf'i bcin;; duly ea realities, into i a pittance tame d-itf. J 1. gmman, mrcdxnit\ 50( sears, who says Tetirnnry, 1C3 !. s Cm wish the Sun P iu" for the last ten
,
bi a So he years
:* his begins by ovei charging
'* '' tt.4 to keep dog on.
; vi,, *"'<"JiuiUe* a:>d eor.pequnfr- of an I magnificent circumbendibus; next Cotton. bales, 33.C53 his name v CAROLINA, an-{ that he beMgs WAKUILA rlOTEL and rculd get never get relief except by bleediitf ( '
mi'.oage byrouio
!> Vn r*<'>ar Ii the! 6anj0' Ibe< "' tiiinr'| <>r votes hbjfcilf a cart lo-d of b-joka, which he often evils ] Tobacco, cae 8C2Efm -. -to Mt. Uavid S. Mc.riip! of Wakulla! County, but by the nse rf H. G. Farrelps Arabian Lrnim nt, I

mYtheTht.If"'' -1 f umnxm wiurv t-t f twelve men to at H ruin >u shave, (but he pockets the proceeds and I and Pitch, '-bl 4.4S6 Flon.la. \f1.niaiislumsnlst iw-jjro is about 5 feet AT THE NEWPORT SPRINGS.MrpHE applied over lh v temples about three or four tim, Vii
tli elamisct, TVt4nll 1tc"ni o 5 or 6 incheo liijrh-very dark. Tien'wierwill) nK>ae lay, it was entirely removed, arid I have frt
ct.eiu Uncle Sam Uie los ;) and now be is ready jobbing Spirits of Turpentine, bbl 1,078 undersigned h:ivincf leased thi wcll- nr
nnrL-
and take
1" mid Ibe d' dabbles in all ofmnseellamies.o come f.irward. j>n>ve propcrtv. piy charge, thing of since. 1 went hitothet'tabeon. night,
in and manner establishment
in claims
"'ln1! P" 1"' at thctrial, nnd determine contracts, the expenditures llrccipt to same date last rear: him away, otherwise ho will be dealt with as the law :; the and respectfully that in to applv to a hnr e's sore It- r,and being very.Ume -
wliereby
) corruption, visiting travelling public
'petcry(.f the prof." 1 H. T. ELOCXER, Sheriff: stumbled! and Tel! !
ogainsf leg
So the At Newport, 1,082 direct my )*, crn-hing and
are swelled, and the treasury depleted. un go he has had it greatly enlarged, and thoroughly re
liM1ii efiti'; ifii"T'raM: Jot/, the Mil would appropriations to an enormous figure, but no body is At the Kail Road Terminus, 24,873 Marl. IfR?. 17 _. pair**!, newly painted and furni !ied. He has Fi he>rmcn brn7ing them so badly teat Ihey t a rued aa tl ck **'
deni.d to the ownR hat Idem
a rendering J
jnstwe powerless.
tit Maine.! hacks to make party capital out furnish his tabla with my applied roni
tIf.it&i: Party try In Chanc cry. constantly employed to
lirwt rti-eiil of all Liwa upubitw.t. Linimentand wa- well enough in a fe* day f0
of it and epithets to kettle ;new and Fwh in addition to which deli- 50
$ applies unseemly
pot Oysters ; ,
"aia j reft"al otherWith Total, 29,835 COURT FOR LEON COUNTY. every about again a* nsual. I crashed CnVer
toptiss CIRCUIT aq m> in ashockinir .
old
demagiigues contrive to supplant some of the cmes, will l be provided the market will afford including -
the bfl, U vou! tLcatd) tlit'! I and fall 1 to realizing hop'a fable of the fox and the Oa band b Tallahassee, estimated, l.SOO Robert W. Williams, a cargo of the Cool St'J"m the shape of Upon _{
approbation nn.l votes t.f the higher, Linitnen soon healed It ttp, Itio&zn.JOHV .
*IYtltt.fl ajTK< flies; so nothing of this withering) exp<* and that tre- ri. 5. JJaxt'm Ice," for the warm days. He has a Carriage your '
h
ll' -'. It > ired full mu mo- IL WOEF!
r1twaea; r< q ns nieudoue cai>tigati 'n, but infinite eonfuwon, wrangling, 41,153 A. A. Fi her. Sheriff ic, Haley T. Blocker, SlientT in constant attendance for Ladies and Invalids who "
fl-hl eit''r tt,V.ite aatrt tIti La Salle precinct, Peorla ce111..,Feb rC, 154c'r
proL.teeui.ii ofV.. W. Hart deceased
t ih and empty noise ; at all! events no retrenchment, but elate bale S 1,758C3TWE and tx offifio Adm'r. wish to visit the Baths which arc now being put in
; .-lave jury trial in tlie Cleared to sam ,
Iniuel B. JnneBY .
and
rather increased extravagance, waste and epecula- Jethro Bradley complete repair. Boats will be provided fur those '
L'r tt .l. aMo vot. f.* the bill Thif) :: deeretal i-rder of the Hon.J. WavleP Ta gimnt against Impontfant read Mcfbltsring
1iti1e3t LiaLw virtue of a who wish make rxrnrsion to the Uht House
to an ,
v.nrf aatlwrized) toannouce C. H. AUSTllf -
wive-l The
>:rl, an-ltlw 1.111 ar4 earrfvfty.
: the
of the Circuit Court of Middle
iker, Judge James Island and other nbout the V
Bay.
eae II. Dornvot'J places The PnMic are tly raafioned
parttoi
Itat. 27. l-'jur Nurtheni Clerk of the Circuit 'a. a
candidate for
: Ecq, as a Circuit in and for Leon County, in Chancery,rendered and Commodious
Jonei. He has
"nttri 5ri t'ft: tietti'e-Cis lMe) :1.a Cats to Gov. Court for Loon County at the special election on Monday in tliicau 4% !in open Court, on the 27th March. 1852, Stable which is furnished with careful and attentive appearance '
$, l S4n-cn' Not a solitary Whi,{ en- \e have nit seen the reply of Gen. before the Court house and is called hy the Impostor who make* it
(ftlta "** it&te 'tedn that side.rt Jones. The flowing notice of it occur b Drowu- 24 th May in&tWT5 I will fell at public outcry, Ostlers. In short, the Propne or pledges himself to V "W. B.F rreIl'. AriMan! Lfnitnent.1* TJiia nV: V

a tiP.uvne dy Mr. Wiuthrop c'i Maasae'itisettr, aItromig low' \%I3ig. The ideas of( ev. Jone speech may door, in Tallahassee, on the first Monday in June do all in his power to conduce to the comfort and satisfaction dan erou* fraud and mare itab!* To cefrefrfim hs!
anthorized "to HUGH next to tho.highest bidder, for cash, the following all who favor with call and solicits
announce of
a
butLwrJ Talwcretun Farrrll.
b-Jilion tendencies, pri,rxcd Uhddin2 have been taken from Lord Palmei-ston, t are may bearing (he name of Therefore be patticu.

Lil by thereto 1.b tullwngrded. never uses such Engluh f ARCUEH, 'Jr, a* a candidate for Clerk of the Ctrcnit described LftnO If) witi R3 E SW a fair triaL A. R XNewport. lar neversll! fot it by the name. 'Fatrelr"rr
w + s W.Iee8T2.Nnf ; +, .March 2rt 1852. 11 dealer will Ihw
to the pcech of nnprfnr'oleil irrpoe stiricnsmi.
CAM os JOXEa.-Gen. Cusrepied Court for Leon jCounty,at the epecial ejection on Monday Sec3T2NofRE WINWI.SeeZlT2Nof '
; i'wever. that certificate of com- Gflv. Jones on the Hungarian Intervention tjuestion,afow ; lore nf'on yon for the p noine, hut alwaps t k.lofH.G.Farrell'ii ,
,
no
any the 24th My tant; R 3 li or so much thereof as may be noces ary to Extra Cotton Oanaburg vas
ii Jn Arabian Linirtietir
!. U berein ffwiieii f,r, hall be *n nwera7) days ago, and showed up the :flaytrinn.of the thousand hundred and and take rn att'.i. .
that the Senator from raise the sam of even seven the Howard Factory,Columbus Ga, a splen the eentiine always hu the le'tert H.f5Tbef rd
of lie state
1 oed Teunefcc Sanator.
|" by judj FROM
? any
any from the elate aforesaid
!kI ST7M ARKS7 five 48-100 dollars, with interest his ,? f Is shoo the V
lioinsyb* autboritedia IV nueuce was not tbc author of the main argument TORT OF aud the omU of said article, for sale at mnwifaHurcrs prices and Farrpli : cnanre ontside wrip.. .

*UCthe other eee; but it made that be wa not eutitled to the merit of owyintdity snip decreed to coraplaiumf sale. ,Purchasers to furMaathr's lpen!eii. Cottntrr traders we particularly desired tocaQ per. and the, words blown in |heAplainhotll >
taken from and expenses' pay mid examine before sending abroad fur a supplv.'New H. G. FvnellV A r>btn! TJnimenf Peon* -
dityo1 the camaiissioner or other officer In the thui--and that it was a speech ARRIVED. f *
of titles. Port March 13 IS32. 10 D.LADD. Asents wanted in every town, village and VtmTrt
House ,
ce&.icate iii the marraer made by lord Palmertton. in the British
re tSi? < summary the In Tennessee April 30. Steamer Jaa L. Pay, Pittficld, N. 0. BENJ. F. WRITER, in I he United State, :n whIch one I* not etl bIi>hH.
bill bf'/rra the cWmed Commons 1 Some of Govcrnor'e keepers
? to party ia V
Scbr.Hedooa O'Neal. Manatee. 1 1852. 17 Bt Master Chaacerr. liv Iettrr Ii H. C. Farrell. "'
Peoii
:May 4. May Salt. Apply ) iRinow : e
right to laid writ of A 5e/ e y w; ought to instruct him to be guarded, and deal '
q ibid fttglta Aball demand saId sparingly in other mea's epeecbea-that be ki not on. aitump CLEARED. Noticed DIRECT IMPORTATION. -2000 sacks Salt, re with good! refeience asIa character V re,ponsibilitv V ; ,
e1.
Drueedita.- *nd evident bnU be in TemudMe, harraWing the overeigua but a May l.rSteamer Jaa. Day, Pittfield, Key "West viaTchr. A -LL persons rreditori, legatees, entitled to efistnV per bark Reseilutioiu from Gloucester,and tc.Call on the sent nho will farninh free'of -'V *

raw cfti' pac! win' other ci.etvntik6ed. moDg old and experiroeed SUteHneOn who are posted / buUon. or otherwise interested in the estate'of for sale 1-iw by the quantity by D. LADIX'New book eontMiniivc mnh v luabU informatioirfpr clmfe r Va

." tip ball that cuoeern Rational Iqrulatiuo wd tarJ F, L-'Rogeri: AAby, Neir.Orlcann.4. William O. Clark late nt Jefferson County, Florida, Pert, 5larch 20,1W2. ll.UEXICA1V eVerY ella' oF cit'zens. V # V V i"

$ ? Jada. taite sie tii* rbtl eigpoejTheWs J \ Prig Mary EBtt, Hetdgkfss,Crystal Rrer, deceased, are hereby notified to,exhibit, their claim : Price Q5 rent*, 50 miM.'and fl per l tlW, 4t

wpi a putof tbebill Toad IN"PORT. : and demands, wifliin two years from this date, to the MTlSTAUGLIHrMENT.DRUOGISTri : ., -. -The onlv g.nnn. L msnufacIqrbvH G Far.

j te the iappi4'IIt7$, that ths Detnrath ChrUtioa Saundera undersigned or the amc will be barretilind\ all pcrlnd al.Merchants can obtain suphIes'Wbn1pate rell, 5Ol!# in,ent vr nd proprietor, ; by hit1(1t part abroad Deed M under woonwro or dovbtu t"he "> Brituh Park d to the said deceased are requested to priceby > >
.bt aj t No. trMalu (4ir
Brandt ($3 pUeatiootiA :trr frPrpitri; a ,
Dkkman OrjoL
t rgbt artiW byjary reiuit of the Pre id, tiai Action i that State/ Bsg& Bloomer, ; niake imnm.di" v.vinant. : ale wholesale and ; .

In th St 'bertt arrsd; The TOU of Vntiujppi wijl' U given.beyond all qts- 8cbr, Ma4 & O'Ne&L .., ?A atTork'oa EiltLY CLARK. Qnnlii1( Eieeiitrx.I. .. Ftnti for linn4ln.Marct6l Da1.r-I7ynprf.itlt'r'ptieI.bl-p: -IVV

.4. & &;$ bflb tioo and bf a large najcrrfty. to' "th 4 -" .- : Bg nit for this r. TTM op Jefferson Couafy, M y 1 I. 1652. 17 Sin t, V tf D.'ti hrE 23lS1.V Si a VV
28U port.
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,-' :: DEAFNESS. FORWARD t TOWLE, TAMES B. GAMBLE Lu jutt rso.da nsfl -

. J bill of DnuiMk Table Cloths, -:
COMMISSION MERCHANTS Attorneys at Law ft Solicitor inChanceiy, a.- =
GENERAL DR. LET RUNsINFALLIDLE : Bordered Napkin Towels Middle Circuit of Florida.Ef DR. ,J.s.HoUan'.

IN THE funra'Am* w .uj or TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. CIRCUIT COUBT,
AURAL REMEDIES Hucabuck] Towels) by the dotrcv : OADSDES

4 Every DucptiabfAgrku1turs1Imp1entent been $nc'.essful in nearly Three Thousand Wic A. FoawAan, | Snitftr Towtfc 'a Towels by he yard Sruxo Tnx 1M2.

4ND AfACIII2ERY. HAVE of Deafness. These remedies have been Late of St. Ait-7tutinc. Brown and Bleich'd Crash, Charles H. DuPoot, -a5

GkorrU nd French Burr Mill Stones; En pronounced by Dr. Kran.er of Berlin, Drs. Hard and October 4,1851. Rucsia Diaper, 'S.Jamea .

I ALSO Cdagen, Culliu and Bolting Cloths.Al Dcltam of Paris and Dr*. Pitcher, Curtis and Years- FAPT BirdsEe" Mwtin.

n, every kind of Produce,.Jsorth and South, and icy, of London, as the Most Wonderful and Valuable A. K. JCATWEI4. & PAPY M. P. irish Linen, asserted quail es. On Petition to Establish Record of JudgementIT

CAM paid for Wool, Hides, Deer Skins, aixl Shipping ever applied for diseases of the internal and middle MAXWELL Linen Cambrick Handkerchiefs,
Fur ear. If the cause of impaired hearing is confined to ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, Giughains, Calicos, ic. For sale on reasonable being made to appear by affidavit tintflwde1 -

SAMUEL HOYT. HAMPTON L. BILBO. the external ear, their eSects are apparent on the 5th TALLAHASSEE KLOEIHA.- terms. fondant in the above stated canoe reside beyond

or 6th day. Dr. Le B. warrants a cure in every case, April 17, 1852. 15 th* limit of the State of Florida:

AtFF&CXCCS: \vhen the ear is perfect in its formation. He ha Fcbnmry8,1851. 6 Jt if th refie' Ordered, That a bearing be had co
For Sale. filed therein at the next Fall Term of due
the
certificates from those who had been deaf petition
: Messrs. AKDEMON : FEANKLJX t BaANTixr, from infancy, iud \rho e hearing by the use of thee CHARLES W. DOWNING, CASKS Bacon 1 Tierce Hams, Court : -
3 for the
4 WrssTEK & PALMES, remedies is now completely restored. Over two ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, 20 barrels suji. FLur, 5 kegs Lard, I'rovidfd, That this Order be published pe- The THM Dtftttlre PlttU er

t : a Swxrr Dsxstow & Co. thousand certificates of cures may be seen on appli v Tallahassee, Florida. 5 luinilj" 1 tierce Rice, nod of three months m some newspaper published PREPARED fromRENNET.ortherowbSTn'

Wn. P. MiLLza 4 Co, New York cation. Office at the CaitoLMarch 10 bags Cotfec. 10 boxes Cheese.At within this Judicial Circuit. BAKES r ACHOP THE OX, f>y direction BA S
c.w J. WAYLES Judge.
} RrucLEs Norms, MASOX A Co, Boston. Patient, by sending a description of their ca- e, can 15 1851. 10 tf low pritca for cash bvJAMtS LI ERIG. the ereat Phy iolojical :hem5
[ 4 F. B. LOOMIS, Esq"New London, Ct. have remedies Bent to any part, free of -xpi'n=e.- ; : B. GAMBLE. A true copy-Attest : LESTER Clerk HOtiGHTON. M. D. Philadelphia. p,, *
R. C.
f4t H. S. McCoiTBs, Eq, Wilmington, Del. Terms f 5 for a full course of remedies, (comprisingfrom W. G. )!. DAVIS, April 17, 1852. 15 16 8m Th'u I h s truly wonderful mnedt for -
'September 6. 1851. 35 tf 4 to 8 different solution) advice and full instructions Apnl24.1852. -non, DYSPEPSIA JAUNDICE; Ly

; 10 fee to be paid when radically and ATTORNEY AT LAW, Liquors and Wines. Middle Circuit of Florida. PLAINT. COIxSTlPATION, tndD

; j : Towle &, Myers, completely cured.N. taken 11,1, his abode at Tallahas-iee, and will CASKS superior Brandy, ing after Natuie's own method, by Natars'iui
ci : handand and 11. Transited from the French, Lc* llrunn'a HAS in the Courts of the Middle District, 2 1 low price IN GADSDEN CIRCUIT COURT.To gent,the Gastric Juice. "*
are now receiving,* new
4 }HAVE' asa-jrtment? of GOODS, consisting ot Treatise on the Ear and its diseases," price One Dollar. and of Franklin and Jackson Counties. 1 oil Monungahela Whiskey, SFB.IXO Tsaie, 1852. Q&- Half a tearroonfal of Prnix.infcaed

1 Gold Lever Hunting \Vaches! AddreF* Dr. Le' Bruun, Union Square, N. Y. TjMarch 9, lS.r)0. 9 2 old Rye Joteph Law anal Richard Sims co-partners, using the ter, will! digest or di olfe. the Pt

: : Gold Anchor Lever do April 17, 1852. 15 St tf. 2 NERum, name and style of Law Silver' Lever Hunting do M. A. LONG & J. P. SAVAGE 2 Gin; f.Reuben PEPSIN i If the chief element, or Great

Silver! Anchor Lever do Notice.THE HAVING awiciated thtniwlvcn for the purpose ol J cask Sherry_good, Dubose Principle of the Gastric Juice-tbe Schtnttf *!

;: Lupine and common doGentleman's undersigned tenders his sincere thank to the Iw, will' gis4e roi..jit> attention to 4 Madeira On Petition to EstablU-h Record of Judgment Food, the Purifying,Prntning,and SiSII,1,1

, and) L Hiei" Bo nm Pin.a eencral astortment for the liberal pntron.ige which has any IniMnew entru-.ted to their care. 2 Lam Is cooking Wine, &.. te. Agent of tb# Stomach and Intestines.

p of Ear and Finger Ring, Gold Guairl* and been extended to him since he Imi been engaged in July Sfi, 1W1. 29 tf For sale by JAMES B. GAMBLE. IT being made to appear by affidavit that the defendant cd'from theDipestive Stomach of iheingan
the Cotton and Commission Business inTallahasoce. il 17 1S. 2. in the above stated cause resides beyond ARTIFICIAL DIGESTIVE! n.ViD.
.1. Ksvi. Fob and Vest Chains, Seals, GoM and Silvet "Weighing Aj > 15 recj,.
PencilsGuid PcnGotdHndSi1ver Spectacles, Gold Being about to leave the State of Law Firm. the limits of tie State of Florida: 1 v like the natural Gastric Juice in its Chemical .

R Fleeve, Collar and Bosom Button*. Silver, Peail, and Florida, he tikes this occasion to inform Li< lain ctntomeis t BREVARD will j-ractioe in co-partner Direct Importation. It ii tlirrtfcrt Order. That a bearing be had on /re, am! furnishing COMPLETE and

; Shell) Card Case,. Gold anil Silver Thimbles, Hue that all unsettled lmiiie connected with tlu BEARD all the Courts of the iiiJJle Circuit of ECEIVEI) today and for sale for cash. 25 Bas ti It. petition filed therein at the next Fall Term of this SUBSlITUlEfor it. 'Bylbcaid ctthisp

;i : Fan!, Silver and Buffalo Comhs.Aho re-IIouse in Tallahnsee, js left xn the hantH t-f Li< Florida. Oflice in TaiLdiaee. B kets real Ir'uh Potatoes J. B. GAMBLE. Court: (inn. the pains and evil r.t IND1GEsflo
by
:' French' Mantle Clocks, Table Knives, Tes stccc.cor, Mr. JOHN F. BROOME. a gcntlommi who .TOirN P.F.ARD.T. 17 1S52. 15 ProriJuL. That this Order: be published for the per DYSPEPSIA are removed, just asa *lme
Kpiil ,
,. Trays, Plated and Silver Wate, Silver Table and *JVj i is well qualified to carry on tho bu-iic, anal who \V. BIIKVARD. -d of three months in some newspaper published healthy Stomach. It i is doing wmiden for h?

t Spoons; Plated Snoons, Forks, Cr-am and Soup I.a- will give his entire time and attention to it. His exjierieiice February 1. l51. 4_tf By "3. G. Anderson." within this Judicial District peplic .cwnca e!ofDEBlLITY.EMACLiT'nr

r; : dies, PJattd Waiters, do Tea Set, Capers, Candlesicc in this branch of business and ILiS admitted J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge.A NERVOUS DECLINE, and DYSPEPTIC Cot'

; Star Lamps, Silver and Gill Giiambles.. qualification*,j tifv me in soliciting for him the same SMITH & O'BHIEN, 10 BASKETS Heidsic Champaigue, true copy-Attest : SUMPTION, supposed to be on the

.I Alofine double ban oiled) Guns, Sil j a'.id Gn-c liberal patronage.heretofore extended to me. and Counsellors at Law 6 pts.U R. C. LESTER, Clerk. srravp. The Scientific Evidence urea wLj

t Bags, and Fla.'n.Qne orkrt Kr.ivsp. Pu.-tc !ionne; <, C. A- NASH. Attorneys 10 b.acs Tobacco-8s>, 5s, 1 1U, April 21, 1852. 1C 3m oa' ed.9in? I he highest degree CURIOUS! IE* tr*

sI sIVi Pert Folios, Violins, Claionels, and i-'lu.es: fine Razcrs .- ALLIGATOR, E. FLA.ii. 2 ftqurior Chewing Tobacco, MARKABLE.

. SircpSj &c. THE underfed has been appointed COTTON I M.OHi'e Oi3nit IT. lioxes Cheese, Notice. SCIENTIFIC .E!7DLVCEV
WHIT SMITH. ,
t p Best ouiUlJ and general asarrnr-r'! of P.rfimcrv.fcc. LIII, tin] Can bs found nt all tmu" at the :it AHiarntor. | OflT.ct1 at Nexi ir.Rcfcr : 2 Preserved Ginger, TN conformity to statute in such caw made and pro1 1 BARON LIEBIG in Lia celebrated work
4U4 ., &e TOWLE &. MYUKS Wsrehouse recently *xcupied by Mr. C. A. NASH 2 Mirtin.s Piekles, OO/M.
tided I do that the
notice "
Col. S. S. Smnt r.v, S.i\innih Jndrc 'L'iioi.x.s1)oral.As. hereby give public as > mal Chemistry : Art Artificial
December atLaj j in the vacant lot lietwct-n the Stores of I). C. to ; :; d..meu Mustanl sass DiWlT,
i"r o, 1551 4 S : k-onMlle; Cs al. J. PAIN; Oc.iLu 'a Knsjli ; A>lmini-rratrix on the estate of Robert E. Gibson, deccisfl. 1 Fluidanalogous to the Gastric Juice,may b rn&|
Wilfcn! and James lurkecy, Iqra. 5 Worcester Siueo.: hite of Gad-den in the State of Flor- '
Vt4.btr 4. 1831. S'J County, ly prepared from the mucouy membrane ort tbe
NEW GOODS. JOHN F. BROOMI1 2 Heading, Jno. Bull tt Aiifhovv Sauce, i I IL I flull, on the 21th day of May next, at Chaini I j ach ot the Calf. iii which various article, of l In.icn.

i TUSTcmved (per Schr. Klixabcth. from New Yoik) April 10, 1652. H tfT J.v.. KCYEs: M. D., DcnbstiHAS I "" Sil.id Dres<=i'i', i lw) rs, in the City of Tallahassee. Apply to the Honor- I j 1 I meat and eggswill be tofttned,thangtjtandf dj,.

*. .* and foreale bv C. C BYRD. airy Ir.ml-nn'e ns- l.i.ite l in Quinev. Orlice in hh residence, 5 C.ijehne Pepp. sUe' J. Wiles": Baker. Jin'life cf.the Circuit Court forth trdju in the tame manner as lfiujveuldl Z ZI tt>

.. itment of SPRING auJSUilMLR GOODS, surh us Notice. ] (- Mr. .T.
,, Borage, Muslins, Lawnis, Bjnutts, RiMxnn, Pt'k.' Lace IIIRTY Jays after the fli5t publication f>f thino- 17, l!>.".'J. 2 t: C.l.-ry. .e. For sale by J. B. GAMBLE. lowing evri'itid! real e.-tatc. belonging to the estate j Dr. COMBE, in hi* valuable writli.pj c

::: Visits, Silk Shawls. Linen Cambric llatidkeivliiefs, tice I \\ill apply to the Ilonoiablc .Wi\1.-s April 17, 1 2. 15 c-ftlies.uJilerca.-vd, viz : Lots Nos. 125, 126, and i I "Physiology mit Digestion"obserscd thai "idiBj.

4 Xecdle Work Mantillas, and a \.uiit.tv of other art ieIe Baker. Ju'Utf of the Circuit Court f<,r the MiLlIe! Di<- Boots and Shoes. Cast 127. situate anal l hip in the tosn of Quinsy, and ia notion of ihe ahue qnanity ot (lie Gastric Ji0, sa

tO3 numerous to mention. Call aud see f f>r vourstlvt-s. tnct of Florida at In* < Cite i.i Talbha f.Tixrrnk Sweeps. the! Couiitv of 0ud: afore-aid. prominent anti a!I.prevaiiinc use c'f

-ALSO- I $ioi! 1o sell tho following! Lands l>fon :t!? to tl.p J J UST lilies reconeil.BLiek:i atul liie:1 Colored ortmcnt of Oin CAST Sweeps, FLORIDA A. F. GIBSON, Aclnfe. and ne states t hat a diatinzuishemf prnffesrrot irrficineiti -

c Gents' tnd Boys' Summer.Hats and Cravats, Boots estate of John G. H.r.lLite dctt:ie<]. in \iliith Oscar ]Pta. do. KM ruiil Morocco' La&ting Gaiters, /CUW20) I'l-.u-Ls, April 21 1S5-2. 16 5t London.! \\ho was severely! affllcfc J with ib

t and Shoes aid 5300 First rate Cig&is. Is!.'anI Johrajheue lla'\lrC iiif.iiit cliililrcn of the EIu:1LI1.l I 1hmkimma! do.Do. 50 Kegs N.iiK! complaint, finding everjthir? .r!"e to fail, bad recourse -

'1 -ALSO- paiil J(>ha G. It'iwls, are iutertttd t l, to wit : : It) Trueer's! Trunks, to the Gastric Jute,., rbtainrd frcm tLetm..
J ; Quarter and half Barrels Mackerel, Crushed anl 1 1PowJeieJ The S E 4 c.f the S W } of Sec S, tha II | "f the Do. Ki I Walkinj Shoe*.Slippers. and Buskin'! Jo iLriuean-l F.t'i.ily Clerks. Notice. achs nf living animal, which! frnid tanphltlvsiiccrtsfitf"

t a Su ar, Java anl lib Csoitcd S V r J of Sec 10. the S E J 4af the N W i
: V Pickled lobster am\\ Salmon in oil, Dried Apples! nr.l the F. i of the S E i of Roc I i), all in T 2.11 2.Nnlh -ALSO- April 24, 183: 1C i1 ) or otherwise interested in the e.-tate of Dr. GRAHAM author r.f the ham Trori e

t1, Pine Appe Chte, Rice, Go hen Batter Ac a.IVet; lyiiiif aivl! bointj! in the County if MN c* Colnl: I I.n-t ii, (;iitr=, James Scott. late of Jetrra County, deceased, are t'a Vegetable Diet," sass : It i is i maatlsble! ,1c: hphjsiolo

p Marcli20, 182. 11 tf (J'ldsden and State of Florida containing 212 'J'J-100 Do. Xiii l 'Vr.ll.1'Shot! : -* aumal l Bij-ktn, By the Laura Jane." here-by iiifieil to exhibit their claims and demand.vithn .-* I y.that'hef'lorra I h* of animal,macrTjUjin

nci ua, more or lev.iLiZAiirrii. Do. aIim.! ama.l! M<'ifn.co I5o..tt>s, BASKETS .Sutninc in two years from thU date to my Agent, AVilb'im I wafer, impart tof li<- fluid I he proptHj cfd'iy,vl .

HELP AT HOME.i. : : Ii ALS. Adurx.Ey An 1 a fiiio ai>rttiuiit nf Children Lvuthcr, Mcrocco /- *"n-J :; Giat.ip.nc- quarts,and ; Dnli.i"n,at ilontia-L'it, or the same will l-e barrftl irg various articles of ford, and rf tfitctipjji'nitt'oilifieial

SILAS D. ALLEN. Agent.April and Patiiit fatlnr SI-ocs. I'luif, a ; ann. all p.-r-Min inJeb ed to the said estate in any digsticn oflhvm inr.o true iiffnent
i. Ii TflhiEudersbnedhavnmad large improvement"JL ALSO verY e'ljx-ri'.r arlicle. For ale! by
: both in bull Jini inl 1 i :0, 1852. 11 5t Manner wlint-ovcr. are requested to make immediate from the natural digcttirt prvttst."
ii 1' ? inaiLbery is now jiropai Gtnt finp Calf BtiotM Apiil 17. lS3.13 JAMESB. GAMBLE.
J t to furnish COTTON GINS cf a superior style andquality. I j-ij-rncut to my said Agent, who has fall authority to 3-CalI Pn (I'11 Aeenf, and set a Descriptive Circnbr.eralis -
Bounty Lands and Pensions. Do. Iini'utii-n Stitched Boot. Cheese &c. ict in the prerni.-es. ,gi ing a large amrur.t SCIENTIFIC

I If'p; t: He Las got up no humbug by making Gm to exhibit -F i".ii.dtj? I tit'd.li.ivniSfriadeariiiriKeriion t I aith li Do.,. Calf IV-yijed Shoes and and Water! Bantt.csha. proof Boots, Chee e anj Hampers of Iri-h Potatoes MARGARET SCOTT, Admx EVIDF.NCCsirniiar tc theabovp.frpeiV.crwilbEeport" -
at Fairs North to Lo\vil! other) a c<.!iii>eit-i.t ai'd *\f'eriei.ccii Apn t I in I tl.eCilvof ENGLISH Jefferson Co-.inty, March 6, 1 52. 9 Sm of REMARKABLE CURES, Stein all fart,rf
l- j' or by going nr places Kip Bn-sratK and Fussctts. per Chmristiimaan'1.tar sale bv
t to get Northciners to write in Liprai e. W.i-iinzt.'n! ? andtifiig uaa.\% JIM.\ ididitli I I I IlieI BERRY d. IIOWLE3. the United Stales.
t -AlO--
His establishment is strictly SutIieJ1-irI tl.e) miJ t I. s !m>rt''d :sid reo'i-il fri tns-\\ilJ alien! I to I llierol- Notice. .IS .1 JJYSPEFSL1 CURES,
liT'in'i poA
the He ntt-nds his months after date I will tIme
GUIS to
F .1. t\\ cotton growing region. to apply Judge
I'ilulf\vilt tIIa.! .
*, Peaii..ui_, and t"laim l It i L'j*-e. uiid Servi < o.Do. SIX mnrorllau* rjfetts. curing cases of fW/i/ji*.-
.t 1 show for themselves, and are warranted to n-rf lui in i Pidltiiteof (Jcil dcii, Coiintv for dischargers
] tny
HKK-M a.f ahnn-t New Fresh and
-nipirn. Pretty Goods. elation Decline and CVwrtmtiun. .
\erftnu
re* ur*; !'he! Unit'd tair* (!o\ ri-nn-rf. every ,* Cypptie /
1 r the best manner when! privily jitteii JL1 1 to, or to be i imads Adiiiuiistrator of Gi-orge A. Dilwortli, Jcceascd.W. .
to lo nt his Gin Olllci r and liliiM s nf t ih:<> uar'l I lsl'2.l i rfati\ For al lov (mill no ini-tuke) bv of fume fancy fixirg fr the I.aahies. jnl I S. DILWOKTIL It impossible to give the -laiis ofn *s is
EO own
< repairing LOTS
i b cxpen-e. of tlii-Indiai I Oct l lirr IS, 1ri.: 41 C. C. P.YED.2ST1IA the limits Ot Ibis advertisement but authentic
*
I ) \\ arinci I 17'.Hj, ;a irf rninlcdfn Hour, Lty < : t be cxanmiut-d-a ;
-K.J- inly rcijure >
: done at s'uoi i.otjce, aid in the bet :n:inner. Oi ilt rs j :; > a January 17, 1'52. 2 6m
: I for Gin< thankfui:!r rcccivcfl, :iai j j'romptly nttenl ly Lardaid' t the te :\rt nl( CaeCtsF( er- i>f trvhag t' uaiii!< ni<<\ Jn-t '.[ uit-il. iunl i.oi.e like rerlifirales hatpheen given o' more tlun 1W

t to. II wiJl deer thtn at .!.e *-i-l-nce .1! the- jnirchiseror ''iet's r.i'rr, a rn 'eri P eotmatet.sut inn '.ull huj'orJ IlJSirPvANCE COMPANY, I li- -n nb U: ml..so L'ajx.s-.-jurtieolary! in piii-t s. C.tll Notice. I HUNDRED REMARKABLE CURES, in FbilwW-

t;. ? j at his{Arm. I>eoware .a few c Mu"o.ites out :, ecu er tat I lie :arruit r i tr. auruujI i-\mToHu), CO.\XICTICU: r.BUILDING ::ii-l i-xiini'u-at! \). LADD'.S.riewiK.it SIX month* aficr late. I shall! pre'ent my accounts l phin, New York and Boston rlone. Trewmill
r .h"eu-d I). P 1 1 OH I'F, tiiiicl.ura tl.e of Probate for desperate casts, and I he cures were not waj
April 21. 18.V2.;: 1C Judge Leon
r cf the large number that could be' cxhi'u'e' 1 if r.eetsttry. tc'-k. and Cotton in \Varc-housp
G. vr. iiirrciiixs..Maich : rapid \vmilerlnl.bnt peimarenl.
J. H. WATSON. Bounty, ns raLriitritor? of Seaborn F. HaTeom!,,
?:), 1S.)1. 12 tf 1 :; t los bv (frc.; It is a areat NERVOUS ANTIDOTE !>sutr.
Ale and Brown Stout.EY ilfct'C.M-'tl.! 3ate of said l County, and a>k for a dicLargexunm
. LIV1A:1l; : : il.tilv I useful fr lenriMicj to Lillirn- ii-oriIer.Lt!
said AiliniuHtratinn.G. .
, 'L 3.kco! February IP, 1S52. Groceries &c.T1 iriu rv S'i' l .VJ f] Ag-ils: Fa I t Br- CLri iIm. lin-ct fmra Ijverrsil. we have 'omplaintFe and Agiie.nr tadly treatid Fmrjr.d
C. S. JOHNSON, Adm'r.Janwrv .
This is to certify thst T hiv in: in.?, > pl.n. .
prj my < -( 2'J ra.'kn of lnrc'i\-? I'erkin4'1'tI I Ague, end the evil etfrcls of O.uinin,5Jmin,
1 tations in Lee and Baker Cmntio tlirei* (CVfn iif : '\ have j'et reca-ivel i a few 1ica.q t.fCrackdH : r. lSf,2. 52 Cm
S S JOHN PRATOEIUS ILit In H.i Air, atm-I 1 By a. & .Vs. London Brows. and other ilrnzi. upon the Digestive Organsafmns
., *- birty saws each made by C.ln1 .1. II Wat "ti.Palmyia f Pine Ap'il'Cluv o. )Pickle-, l.eajnuu Sont, in (j'jj'.it an 1 rii.t l,.frlf*. Notice. long sickness. Also, for cxces in rat ing,and lit

with whi?h I uaiVe'l!! n'euFcl, en 1 c'ii-iJer i l i Synip Soap, 'r'rc1u, f ii>llci> aiu.l 1 Cia ly. [OK Tiir: i.VTI: rum or HUM. t ri.YTour .] JJTJtRY X UOWLUS, Auctioneers. .U. OIX r.iontl. from Lite the uidc-r igned Executrix, too free me of ardent spirits. It alnusl rrccuciles
AUo few clu i j(4ViteQ
them ecjual to any (Jnis madn Georgia, i ire itt evry I j n nfl I l.uu.rt !)lLD infi nn Li- fri>-nd-> r.r.-l the p<:l '.! April KM-0.. It tf O v.-il! nt her accounts and vouchers to the Health wills\\\ luttmptrance.OLD .
-< I take >leasure in recoinirt-ndm, them Al-o Cru-licd Siar Powdi-r i.i kr 's. half le =, prcs-i .
p3Ct ] !; to Iw, that he baa taken the STOMACH COMPULYTS.Tleie
. :1t store latch-1 ocntalf l Ju-U'e I.f lrnbatu fur the County of HilNlx-roiigh. and11k
:' in South Western and Floii la. CA. I I alt I qr. ke?'. A] Georgia C'. H. BIaNNI.! I Groceries &c. is r.o f.ernm cf OLD KTCMAfH COMPLAINTS -
Planters i'lnlj..inm tho staaro tol cita ( admluiftration the
: ; ? hulyoccujiifl > harmed ram on estate
fT all i-57.o= l-! I Iail IIOTI,
r IC.iils Sti-t-l. 1 l..tS.
j 1s a Southern ra.in, birn: anj raind in <.ur SjvidesShovtl. which it aloes! not % cKito resrb u by Bull t IVat rius here lie till! !U- .
l of CLrk. iIc-rcnfeCiL late of said
S.
]1lt.:1c(41to TITST received Schr. President from New Or henry Countv.
-, Ti-we Cli.iiii") 1 if'lminl) Ox Cl.jnn Haiunierj. por ,
: L1ist and has Norlli iutei t. how tad th
No !
be.it
no ni c attend to tit.- ciiN arad l wants'if tLo.p who iiiay bd.jxiwd *- J least*, ELLEN: M. CLARK, Executrix. move at onre. tr>alt -r vira*
. Ax< tnjje'iKT I with a c-'w-rjil T
JOSEPH BOND. a ><:iinu-nt < GIVES I INSTANT RELIEF! Jifiiigfeilairrnsmiall
: + ll'.nlvj-e :tr.J Cj'.llery, all of which will sell t i we as hr unpleasant syjrnplosn,; arid it t>nl> needs tubs
I lie La reci'ived the Late
: by nrri\al-, a fliiiir* nttlI'uncy S
: AtntrGa., Ftbniary 23,1R.2. low a niiv iat tr Ijouw in the cilv.JImli27 fur short lime In make these ftwd ffw1*
a
,rill-j.i 1.ftd siij.pIq :f (1h1,.,, .I ix-cnfrc I sta5 y; B.ilk Pork Notice. repeated
;; This i* to eeriify that I Lur: in u-c nn my plant a- 1S52. 12 HEIR A IWST.cuTroi peiinanent. PURITY OF BLOCfr.AKD VIGOR CF
- (fvrlf ; (?lxf :; 1-l.iin IliiiiH, QIX months after date, the undersigned. AdminLtrat -
t; : tion in this County, r. fiv'y' raw Gin, nwiiuf.iotun-d by BODY follow at once. It H f articularlv! tvtllta
IJ in rf I.H wife Sarah Administrator
richt
. surviving
1R4IY-MIDE tierces\ Sn< (Cured anal Hams T
q' CoL J. II. Watson,of P.drnvravhic1i I oni-lVr oqinl GINS.i 'LOTIIXG. jar Bagged in cae3 of NdU! ea, VomilH.jr, Cramps. Sicnwjofthe '
a All of whit-li, I flaiUr mnvstlf. in and 25 bairtlNo.. 1 MePork.. of the estate of Thomas J. Hadtey. late
4 4jn ma-le ii and are equal style cube SIt-maci.) dWsaltfi( eating. hr.
to pit
any M Georgia; : every particular,
the ] iwni
4 "TTrE, ui; tT d. arc making a. JefiVrwin Ca'ui1tvdeceaed.wihI to the Judge
: apply
preparations find tiff 5 mid tt Leaf Lard
.,r' not excelled by iiiiy. I l.ivo LeMtntion in ncoinincidu J.nJ will I quality, y atrlirip. a* any otl.tr- thitvill be 2i kegs cold state (f the B;end, Heat ines,Lowhess of Sfiris. -
fhortly be prepnred toni.k5 .4 if Prolate of said for cucharpe from saiil
a *ut>frior fnun 1 in thi-i inaiket. He wi'Jgivt narticul.trattori- 4 Man-s it-r. County, a
them to i'i SruthWotem (Jw.r ia.Tliey Despordfpcy, r.ir.nciilion7eukness, Iccdeirj
t:: { pktntus article <>f Ctlon G7i.. Also, to air all Gins I 150 barreU 1 Adniini-tratii. B. LOEB.
Siis antl
:. ure niunufitrtuioJ: in our JiiiNt and by aSoutlii.ru rej tt.'U to Iu-nas. hrea Le will nu-rit a lJjer.il Family an Superfine Flour, to Insanity. Ssiicide.&< .
the sli *
cent to iKtticv.
at itt"-t
us jt-iTerson Couitv.JamarvSlS52. E2 f-m
a pa'n-n! ;i e fr r-i the public. 2 hotheads *iiH rii r Bruit Sugar,
; native Dr HsmVS[; PF.rsN.; is soMby vrarijiHth
: man ; a of our o\vn tjlonous (Jioiifia.VID i We wnrrAiit nil v.-i-rk abana l .
at nufaeorv to "
wr "
. re D \ A. VASON. ba in ovcmnlar 3. so.; 4G tf 1 Clritdhiu..hela dealers 11* (inc drugs and Po clam MrdicinM
a woikmanlike iniinnir. un) l to give ciitif.u't5on.V Notice.
S'J Com.IVr .
Loe ManJi 1 tf Ii eL'nind 5'tat -'. It i is prepared
If 52. 0 tiiroughput
: I; Palmyra County, e do not i-itend! t'a b i-xoellcd in the win kmuithip Drugs, Chemicals, die.OULPJIATE Mile! low for the en-h. :-J X mc.r.tlit nfier date, the unIer'igned.: i Adnilnis- poIer and in I Pin id f.,nn-indInPrescriplii
nor the quality of inR< Huniette.will ap-
CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES. QUININE, warranted and full Ir: the ";e rt PhysiCiims.
Vi'c are loci.teil clotti i i.ilc Noitli-e.T-t r>f Tnlla- O weight. pure \ April Hi, ls.-,2. H tf }>ly to the Judge of Pn-lnte of 3radi"oi Pov.nty, fta PRIVATE CIRCULAR for theoseof Phjsiriaasina
I Im'M'C ii'-ir Cntreihle, mtlicro.i.l leading (rotaT.tlbbacs.e a filial sentler.i and lihirrc! from said estate.
; D. E. HULL orlii -
: "Oil Black prpp( r.PurinVd > be btaiaed (-1 Dr. Hou! LIon gcntsescrii.it'g
a IS far sale a Fjjlwlid assort to Tliimi\illc. win re we rewtfthIy t'hiin i june.! nn rrticle pn-parcd frr.m the Valuable Plantations for Sale. DAVID (GOUNTO. ) .vuuriMa lie\\l! Ieote tarCa'5S preparation and >ninsr -
dial the -
EEfcO5CARRIAGE .0 t pntionajre i nf the Plantrr* in I'l< rida and DANIEL BUIUf ETTE
lU
I went of CV.rri.igeand Basjpie*, at Vi uiiin Park, ca.mmisiareaj m-arly e uul to Quinine, nt 1 I'Luitatu ) the aulhoiities upon which the rhin.cl
i t. the Southern j-oiiicn of (;iciruia.D. rpIIH at pre-H-ist occupier] Lv SILAS Ij )_ lir.n December 13. 1 s5l. 40 6m
County SECRET
>
. *t price* to suit the time*. Alhi Store, II. A J.] B. SLATOX. abaaut one third the price.AI j J ALLIIN. i ia f'r sale. It i i-t cilu-ited about fir C' -- new remedy are b&sd. As i it( is NOT A

t, 4u i Sa'l..c; Dridal*, M'lrtin/Alei. Harness of i all kind*. January 17, 1852. 2 Cm .i(), a general tuj-j.ly of Chcn.icab cf the bet nn'e! \-t <>f Tallahae irnniitli.iti-lr; ian the than 1 Notice. REMEDY"no: ) objection cart be racd! minst fs; 'ds Des

', kt bcth dabc! nnd tingle. C.uriasc Trimmings < f nil quality. j Ladi-i: to ( iitmev. Tlie l.iml i iS iMntj and Hammoclridu c bv Physicians respectable' standing and l<%
t LL creditors legatees entitled to tlistriA.
kinds, Springs Axle Bolt, and in fact, tiling Table"GOOD I persons, practice. Price ON P. DOLLAR p er botlle.C .
p every Good Billiard amid ]iriKlure, Cotton. Com, Tobacco, tc. Timer e bution otht-rwue interested iti the estate of
i 4 u ur.llv in ft store c/this kind.CS"K Fine Ca.lomne. Lul'i'Tr. Tlxtrnct anti irtmcnt r.r -OF. ERVETHIS!-Every bollIenfthepW'ine !
kept nn ar* (IhyIl a'-rc*, zmb.a'it! 25o of which U cleared. Thi e
SECOND hAND BILLIARD TABLE of iiiptist Brumler late of Jefferson Bounty. Florida,de- PEPSIN bear the written! signalore tf J S.
ToiU-t .AiticJf
LI.4 <'! 'lirs dons ar thort notice.Di F.mty nt vary low f ria->. i 1'l.ii.tation i> v ill watered and Lfalthy.
eenibcr27,1S5I. 51 f.rsma1e1a.w1a D. LADD.NewArt. JLi'1'miu ] ilhr! Ita'lway.s Ready K.'iif.'! .--nseal. are hereby notified to exhibit their claims mind HOUG UTON M. D., sole pn-prielor, Ihiadtlpl!

.I, ; Mcrfli'ST, S52 1 2A C) gK.ls Iwlia Ch<>'aio rue.J'H -ALSO- demands xvithin two years from tbi-* date to the undert Pa- Copy-iishf and Trade Marlt ,ecnrer.CXJ .

REPOSITORY RflSO celebrated PLLler, and other Family MeJ- Tue lan
r THE TRUE MEDICINAL cnrs.Javne'b. (1 f Tsthkimase-e, on the Ocknlnckonce Ricer, an f j jih :7' rultbied to the saLt deceased are requested to make .

BY MILLER AND BROKAW, COD LIVER Medicine', tlc, tc.,jn-t received by .. There are 200 acre cleared. Time place i 14 iumediate jayment WM. A. GINKINS, LEWIS & AMES: ;
It' TJtdazRee, Fkriqa.S OIL Adminiatrator de Iwis
LEWIS & AMES. healthy, and the water good. non. Wholesale and Retail ApsiS.

j ? fll E snisc1ibers Lave rwv-ivrd n'nryc 1Ttnn'L i ii: I th" cure ot crofuli. Consumption, October 11,1851. 40 tf PIT-OIH Miiniy tn purchr can call on me in Ta1ahaei !1- JelTersoneo, Feb. 25. 1852. 8 3m February 7.1S52. 5 If
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I supply 'f CARRIAGES. K 'G- ; |{ aemi umuat I-m, :\Mhna, iroticl.iti: i .,C.i>i<;l.4, -, or the owners on the premi-ea.

: .GICS AND HARNESS, whi.-Ii they u id aIldi t i.a..mcf..a of| !liH flip-i .t-d! Liin;;.< A4il cii Linen Drills, &c. C. A. BRYAN. Notice. Groceries. -

a '! o'fer fv r el.. on the most roiionablt terms. All TMT- I in4! i valml.lc it.O'linnf i ia jn-t n-c.'iM-il, \\lucji is r.Toivfil for CM-itVnn
ll{ .; a : K>ns wishing to purchase uiiy of the hlxe warranted pure, and ol %i r\* ,-t-'ini'rir ( 'ialttv! I JUST Stiipo.l.aiulPl.uilL5m-n Drill Brown Je boni non on the estate of James M.Kixon. B IACON"Oils and Vinegar bj '
I I. 'will please call and, cxau.bc for themhelu-s} 14.I atlIC ''iy LEW1' & A'.tE' Leon Female decoa oil, Lite of said County, wilt present his Whiskey
Duck, Bn.\\n IJIK-II ami Ni-tt Linen Drill. Dr.q date, Academy. Salt, and thing usually kept in a 65
every
December 33. 1551. May 5. la.5.3. 20 Tallaia! 'eiFla.. taeeounts and vouchers to the Honorable Judge of Probate
ir 49 tf Cii.tilo. DctiiiH) PisiiitirV Linen nti.h l Lintii OMIEbtir HIl: Tru-tfc< of Li-oii Female Academy have 1- For sale low for cash only by A H 1U
-. T njK.inte [ for Gadadeii County, and ask to be discharged
1 C1othirg. PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY ; '. tojjtthi with every thii.g u u.nlly kept in that ] l the Rev. P.THLIR B tRaIT, A. 31., Prii IL. tJicrcfrcm. ALEXANDER E. GREGORY. April 17,1852. 15
liii. for (-ahUv Iy hEiR ,t RUST. cipal. whu ito rnter hi duties on Thur upon
1 TEST received at the t .;4 a* meat of ClolLs, Catt iinci e and V< ing", \\hu-li "
stock Crocketf'
Capital : furni.-h tha for Hardware.
OOoOO. aajtpartuwty u thorough and elegaioilucation. t Notice. GROCERIES,
.1 a the fcub criber is prepared to mannLrture in th* mot.! Here I Ant.pIUNG Steel Blankets KerseYL 3' ''
,
tL4.bt approved ftvle, tnJ en tLe tno-t rc-f-o'iable IIinj4F' THE: un WMITJH il, Agent r.f the nl>ovc Comjwny: mT months after bite, I sliall make application to 'V'
Hats Black Dress Pants
to rm Srrinn "f Firf Jon.fa.Ortlio SIX Cops. Coats, ,
? i prepniud) to take ji kn n aiii't Fir" puu-hnM! (i>rttin property on the wa- per
: Gentlemen in7nnt of a i4-guLr and fashimuib'efit ; out tm bull.lings Honorable Judge of Probate in and for the .te.. "
1 r will do well to call upon and tluJr couteiitc, on the nawt fnvirablt tnu I am Lfrf, to atteiifl to tin want of the raiihy, Ucanlirv. and! Writing. ?10 0 50 county of J rTiTN>n for letters ofdiamusion and dis- coats Hunting Coats, Saddles, Bridles, 1
Citi/t n-> of Tiilhil.i- > and Arith'uctic, (Jeojrrapliy Engli-h Grammar EXCHANGE for Cash, Cotton and
F. Tfovomlwr S, 1 6 5 1. 44 A. B. CL \P K E. 1IL FLAtifl.; Ag-ijt" ( the balnn of OFT vtar1a). i a 'liarge a? AthiiiiJstratix de bones non of N. B.Folsora, J. 1L "
Tallabossee, October 2.% ] P51. 4* All v ho intend purchaMng pcnids. will finJ it to thirintfra't anal Ilntory, 150 to late if eaiil decesscd. All herein interested Country generally.
; Spring Hats. : to call l efoie thwy lot the nha.rwv'hip from Pliy.-ii-al) Geography. Natural I tiatnrv.* Natural county untitled persons. November 1, 1SSI. 45 .. .
are hrcby
NASH & CO., their fnigt-r*. ,.,. S. IvNIGHT. Mental or 31a I iral Philntwipliy, Cliviui ncconlinglr.MALIN'DA -
Y THS latM style for Gents, Ikjys, and Youths, just Dealers in October 18, It5l. 41 tf i-'try and Composition, 20 C 0 FOLSOM, Adm' de bonia non. Just Arrived. '
i and for sale by Drugs, Medicines, &c., Rhetoric, Logic, Algebra,Geometrv.Latin and Jefferson County, February 28, 1 852. 8 Cm r hAVE just received by the lt wwel frid.*j

March 27,1652.12 HEIR t RUST. TT70ULD) inform their friend* sand tie public, that Now Opening Greek, 25 C 50 In L York an invoice of men's,women's,diflVJ,

they hive cm hand a JJIMM! assortment of mchauticleh M-irch27, 1852. 12 tf Chancery. infant's Shoes, comprising many styles not J
the well known
i I PREMIUM COTTON GINS. HK are generally kept in their line of Im-iner*. I VT rtand formerly occupied bv MIDDLE CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA-IN GADS- offered in this market There we a1*. **?
CLARK A
. p TAYLtlR Sf CO.. PinprierorstaeCo- MI J w ill Flmll be be reeuviiij regularly fruh tupr lies.ttrnii T1uir AsMirtnii-nt of ST1LLMAN, a General and Select Runaway.FROM DEN CIRCUIT COURT. Gentlemen'a Boots, aborted, to whick I inrit1 $ '

'u :E luinbusCottonGiiiAinnuUrlory.liavelhesatoinlsctton rea*.liable. Fall and Winter Surah G. Tillman and Jane Tillman, Complainants, tion. The above will be sold low to CIOSO I
> the
TmIhI8lafl5P, October 11. 1P51.$ 4fSouthern I'lothlni, Subscriber' plantation m Oaclsdt S n M. WIL
1g ; toannounce to their patrouhand the Plaic Gomln Chat Ii about the first of this month, ts. ment. J.
C.timcrea
Fancy HoMorv a n e
Vei-ting
% ; ten* generally, throughout I the Cot taut 1 Thomas S Snell!, William C. Snell, Julia F Edut December 1851 48Groceries
gto\\iig I u- Mutual Life fellow the
> Insurance Company Fine fiew-al l and Pegged B'K.t, Slippers, dc. which jjro by name JOHN. He is aboi _
; mends, Susan J. Little, and Jenette V.C. Donald
ihat
t
1 gion. they aie
to
prcpaud
supply uumbircf of Louisiana. five feet inches in
any the PuWrihorH ready an.l anxious to sell on tho seven heigtii.cry black, stoi ut &o.
Executrix the
ot last
will and
!i their celebrated PREMIUM Gug.t VINO been appointed nt for the most rcii<4>nablc> terms, for c-ash its built, slow and low country spoken; and Laving bet('U son. testament of ,
HA Agi above ComI'nny or eyviraleitt.Ilie L. Edmonds Butter
. t ; Where !lhe.e Gins have been once used, it won'd raised in East ill Robert deceased, and Samuel B. TtTST recceived, a fine lot OosLen
I : ,and deeming it stock of Clothing con il t8 in of Florida. i\ probably endeavor to et
' be dexn4unneeesary bribe Mannlaclnieiftopa uimcw-i-ary to tli] criFs the part p Love.Sherilt and ex officio Administrator de bo.ni J with Ice,
) importance and advantage of the mutual inhuranccpri Bluck and Colored Dress and 1 rock Coats, back there. A littoral reward will be paid for his d e- of the
a word intheirlavor, slhey fetl conii.leiil non estate ol-Susan S. Snell, deceased. Same wills Cheese, nAnd
inen.z- : 'woud respectfully solicit the e.un.ideratmon Black, Blue, Grmr. Brown and Mixed Frock, livery to me at inv plantation or placed in any jail,i 80 D-11*
: chines have been bmngfct t" mch pet lection. that TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that half IWs.Jlackcrel! by
that I
of th dtizc'ns (.f Tallahasec and Vicinity. Any infor- Sack and Fancy Coat, can get him. SAM'L CALD WELL. JL Willism C. Snell. of the above
named Defendants 16
their superior perlormanre nill) conimei.d thin one Newport, April 24. 1852.
; mation relative to itCan be obained Drab Black and Brown Overcoats Quincy, April 24, 1652. 16 tf
Lycalrm ,
I in prefereiice, to all) other Girmnow in u. IYr thelitaction (ii) the reside beyond the limits of this State,and
t .5 ( ol those who hve nrt nei) lire Gum, subscriber. S. S. KNIGHT. Figue'cd and Black Silk" and Bhick Satin Veats, in the State of-New York,and that Thomas S. Snell, Pure Sulphate of QuIflIfl

S : ana areunacquaiiMed iheirrc-puiaiion.llip Proprietors November SO, I860. 47 tf Black. Plaid, Grey, and Fancy Cassiuicre Pairtaloonn. Notice. another of said Defendants, is supposed to reside subscribers have on hand Iwo bOfld .

5. need onlv cay, that the FJR T Pj.miutn* DURING my nbscncu frota the State,C. C. BYR:o li.-yond the limits of this State, and the United rpHE JL filly ouncesof Sulphateof Quiniflee11h1

tt p have been swarded to then for the BEST GIN exiiibitcd New Goods. White, Fancy Silk and Marseilles Vests, and va- as my Agent Sates,but whose residence i is unknown : have obtained direct (rum the manufaetwtlt.

; I tt I he great Stale l'r held at A :J.inla, Geor. HEIR & RUST would nguin call the attention of none other articles too numerous to mention. FLAVIUS A. BYRD. // if therefore Ordered, That the said William C. they will warrant it to be a superior artiCle .. -

:. gia; also, at the Alabama and Georgia Agricultuixl t Ii, their well selected Mock of SPRING A. B. CLARKE. AprilSt, 1852. 18 t ?nt"appear\\ and plead,answer or demur to I he Bill \Ve have enlarged our stock of Draw lB

and Mecbsnc'saFiheId at Cnlurnhns; aid at !the DES GOODS, artiMstina; c.f the following! ; Novcmbe P, 1851. 44 tf of Complaint filed in the arrare entitled cause on or cines arrivals nd prepared to
recent are
*
,4. annual Fair of the South Carolina Institute at Pliuii and figured Mark )Bureget and Tistucs, Notice.A before the first Monday in March next, and the said orders by I or article in onrline I twhoies itair ''

Ch'aileston.) The Cotton ginned on tfiitr Gina re- Plain colored 4. Furniture, Chairs, &c. LI persons, creditors, legatees, entitled to distibutiou Thomas S. Snell within the period of nine month on ther mcwt accommodating f ertn J

? reived the firrl PietniumB at the exhibition held in Embroidered Muriin and Organdies, WE have just received from New York per BriiSuwnnucc or otherwise interested in the estate
p. CharlestonSouth Carolinaand? at ever Fair wcre Plain.4 and Printed Law n a further supply of hanJsumo and Warren Brumley, late of Jefferson County, Florid I I ho said Bill will be taken pro tonjcsso against : 1949. they are cenenUy in
year
: : ampleof Cotton from them have been ehjhjtcd.S 4' Chahlye, superior Furniture.We dccoaed, are hereby notified to exhibit their chain as :Micm Provides, That legal publication of this bat if the whole could .paiasbortI1a1'

The Proprietors have in fheirpoe CMionnumrrcoi > Plaid striped and Cambric Ginghams, arc now opening at cur Furniture Booms, to and demands within two years from this date to tl me Order be nradeinaomenewapapcrpoblishedjn this 1ntowards1iqaidatingc'ttS seine bicb'"

, .; certiGcatet frotn Planters, Cotton Broker, Commiuion Lace CatK Collars and Cuffs which we invite attention. undersigned or the same T cil1 be barred; and all pe T- Circuit. JOth October JSSI.J. r 'trJnneS -LEWIS

Merchants, and Manufacturers of Cotton Tl:read LMe and Munlin Edgings and Iracrtinjr, Oval and Plain Back Sofas, sons indebted to the said.deceased, are requested I I to WAYLES BAKER, Judge' tt.Alrueeopy 1850. *

j Good,, tetiyin( iht the perfmrrjanceof the Gin, Black Lace and Chantflla Veils, Tete a Tetes nnd Divans.Qnartetts make immediate payment -Attest, -

and the sample produce.! by them. cannot be rx- Kid, Lile and Twisted Silk Gloves and Mittcne, and Book Stands, WM. A. GtNKINS- Adm'r. R C. LESTER, Clerk. tf PlOWi.UST -

a celled by any Gin ever in nuf ciureil. Linen Cambrics and Lawn Handkerchief, Work Stand and Ottoman,
All orders fur Gin>, given either to ont travellinpnrl Cap.Scarfs and Lace Viscttea. Of Chairs, we have a'great variety. Now epealng 1eo-PloAoit pw &T. 100 extra

ocal Agenlf, 01 forwarded to the Proprietor* by -ALSO- Jenny Lind Cottage Chairs, Ice-Real Cold Iced Spring Clothing. ;

I mah, wilt, always rrccire prompt al tent ion. (Uini Bonnet, Cap and Belt Ribbon, Astor'Gilt da do. A LARGE assortment of Oentt and DO' Refd. too extr Plow Pojnt
will be sent to Black and colored Satin and Lniten do. F T OTS of tte cold stuff nouse ,'ready for those tbi at ewpit1ek28, 1851 1
any part nf tbe country, and war ncy Cane Scat dvWliL JLJ XX Made Coats, Pants ycsts, Drawer ahd'Shlrt -
a .. ranted to tire sitiifaclion. Neck Tie and Neck Ritblns, : Oak and Walnut da wanf, njighty low, particularly at'-wholcaliale t) Just irciured and for sale by i *

' JOS. L1.,DUTTON, Aprnt, Tallthiwee.Colatnbus.Cs. Silk and Cotton Velvet do. Rush Bottom and Roee Wood Chain, :Newport, April 24,1852; ii .D.LADD. March2'L1852., :,1J HEIROsnaburgs. itA

., March 20. JS52. U jy Holland Trimming: and Frmg Office and Dining Room da 1 Boot "_f ;iAiiG M.x!" i ; > r *J K

Together vith manj other: fancy arliclca, wliicl) Sprint? Seat Mahogany Rockers .-- /- : iSWw iflSUSSS*
'
Booti and Shoes. you wiirpTcaM call and examine l>e"f<;re pinking your Children'* Hizh and Low Chain, &c. OHOES, Gaiters.andSlipiwrf.iibcautifuImorfmei it "TUSTreceived A, fcw'.biila gouUiera. 0nabarg m rl kj e ni. ; v-f
ADItcckIustopGned&nd for *ale br.t purchase*. HEIR jiur. BERRY & ROWLFM. AuctioncwsAc. O Just r<-c re-l sod fT.wit' :>v. w -'- ** .v Shirttmr. and Sbeetinby S S fnr.s4e r fl *"TIt .- t > -*' !T-fc"

.2.. !&rth'7, 12 gEIR, & itt'sr.J March T7, 1852. 12 tf hnuar3, lE. 2 .April 2-1, 1S5. 16 W. T.'MITCIIEIX.. 'March 27,1852. rbnTR& Noy.mlex': 1, 151 ..13t





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