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 Material Information
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 15, 1852
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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Groceries, &c.yoncsFuttcsdLF.Rocrs. V !rom Ae SoiAm* Bcnii'iuL canting bn ; V 1 V :: :
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sVtr)1ngto persuade you at a The Bible. Thoughts of Great Thinkers. ,

from New ECHO. day, th* it is a mere animal fear,and not Paine, the infidel!, declared that he'ha'd nev- Writers of every age have endeavored to jraEjuitRpAo JmujraoAT *frx"e

p Orlcuas 10 cayVs, Facon Sides and Shoulder*, *r fcuncar ROLL to be cherished.Yoti V I err ad the Bible! carefd'ly in his life. Kos- to show that pleasure U in us'and not ia'the The New York Sandfsy--Timea- -- -- --fuggests-

5 tierces Sugar-cured H .m Oh 1 Echo IfTethbthehni ia a merry wight! I IB feet al access of goodness growing scan said that ho ha'd extrilbed it, and could objects offered for our amusement; if the soul that would be.a good idea U> place across,

2 Baed, He answer* with a mad delight! out of your boyish grief; you feel right-mind-i find no fanlt with it, only' it warred with his be bapp-ty disposed, everything becomes capable bearing an appropriate.'epltapaat ihq locality

75 55"b.irrds- Supcrfih'e! Flour" His voodlaYid nom he fills. 9 ed. ft seems ts if your little brother, in going i habits in life. Celsus \rho wrote a few years affording entertainment, ancl distress of each railroad accident, aa* gentle intimation

S Fainiy LeafLcrd, So merrily, so merrily to Heaven, opened a pathway thither, j after Christ, and was one of the most bitter will almost want a name. Every occurrence to passetogen of th* peril of their situation

12 kepi ..1VV *' V V Singetii he hi' song; downjwlnch goodness comes streaming ovei | artagonitaagainst Christianity, admLs that pisses iu review like the figures of a procession and a continual dtemento. of thb uncertainty V

5 barrels Molassce, Vr Soabily.Boifa'Srlly Boundeth it along, your soul. i Christ lived atrd performed all the miracles ascribed ; seine may be awkwark,others ill dressed of lie! ou railroads. It is true that the V

Z } "- Syrup, iTiirt V woody dales, and smiling Tale, You think how good a life yen will I lead; to him, bit thinks that he must have but none tint a fool is for this enraged multiplicity cruciform indicators might iu

S 3 Bi White llcffimony Ik'pns. By a thousand sunny rill*1 and you map out great purposes spreading done them by arts ofmagic harned in Egypt. with th> master of the, ceremonies.-Gold- the codr&s time attended with some inconvenience

2 hogsheads Brown Sugar, V Oh 1 Echo is a glorious wight, themselves over the school *weeks of your remaining j Hy these examples, we see that the Bible smith. but the advantage would be

1 Clarified Oh That 1 Echo Hveth leads in a the joyous hills;life, boyhtfqd; and you love jour friends | has found his most bitter opposers, either aniong _tVLThey that er>:Vp'andth- V>y thai fly gained of pointing out to the traveler the road

10 barrels Rectified Whiskey, Beneath the mountain caVe, .or seem to, far more dearly than you evier | those who were ignorant of its contents, Slnll} end where they began! where he would meet the fewest crosses, and .

2 tiu'ccu Cirohna] Jtwe. Where, far from busy hum and strife, loved tiiem before; and you forgke the boy or who were too severely reHoked byits pirit Ajtee the busy and the gay conseqnently stan'd the best change' of secur
Just received'and for sale Bu flatter life's little dsy.
JAMES B.bv"GAMBLE., Sleep the gentle-flowing wave. who provoked you to that sad fall from the Alter the carefal! examination that Ros- In Fortune through various colors drest; ity. The Times! offers i fe\v sample of Uw

-4ieM. 10 There His fearlessly wild halloo and resounds carelessly oaks, and you forgive him all his wearysomei sean declares he had given to the inspired Brtfthed; by the hand of rough mischance; style of epitaph which should be selected! ai

.-V- As glancingly and dancingly, teasings. But you cannot forgive yourself page> he cried, *' Narrates died like a philosoplter Oi.Chilled by age, their airy dance follows: .
Bounty Land Warrants, The foaming torrent bound* for zone harsh words that you have once spoken -Jesus Chriit like a (;3t." Nothing TKry leave m dust to rest-(Jrav. r.A)BUOUOU}* *- '..

\TfAKTED iinmccSfttfly, for which market price O'er nifeed rock? and cliff that muck, to, Charlie; still less can you forgive but the mot! pungent conviction, could have Hunger is the mother of impatience and anger Froii a misplaced rvitch *.*
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I ? Y-ill be "ttiid. Eu uire nt my office, mt-r Sir.5vrr The hunter etn.-ng and brave; yourself: for having once struck him h passion wruiig such n confession from him. ; au'i tho quarter of an hour before dinner mo J

M41re. JOSEPH BHAXCIL'May Yes I Echo hath a liappy lifo with your fist. You cannot forget his People, we are inclined to think, war ton is tl-o worst suitors can choose. The Mff:$ the trade ths engm i e ruAd ,.

I, 1B.(2.: __V_ 17 -it Oh By Echo the silent lifctli, mossy everywhere cave 1 sobs. If he were only nlive one little h stunt, much about the ordinances vf this Holy Book. Latin Iiay6 said-Venter Mn habet fares.ZimmeTKian. .- Sonic were drowned and I wu enuLed*

-Sjfl-i-d! Summer Clothing Save on the sil nt sea; to let you say, Cn'AHie, will you,forgive It was a homely remark; made by Fredric, tietim staked j

TI1ST recivt4 fi very 1nr.drne ssoitnent of(.i5ti Child of the fleeting fickto air, mo J" ; one of the Prussian Kings, that the Bible was I have never heard a finer piece! of satire Here At one repot blew*by two the! same i akhead.'I .

itttnbie REU''V MA I)1 CLO'1'IIL ( ernbrzciugtrcr :Jfo certain home hath he. Yourself, you cannot forgive :. nni sob given to mankind as a staff upon which to gainst lawyers,than that of astrologers! ,when

(if CO.tT VESTS. lifli FANTA Where pingly aIR! wirisTiukh'ug bing over it, and murmuring Dear, 'iear lean, but that they soon began to quarrel a- they prtteud, by rules of art, to tell when What: n life! Tit but a vision.4iere 3
streamlets flow
LOiNS sulvlto: : thc eeastm, manufactured from the Where and Charlie you drop into a troubled sietp.F.R.S. bout it, and finally tried to btut each othersliraiizs a suit will end, and whether the advantage I died by *collision. V
npjrovc J inulrfLla, si vies fobliionablt,workmaiiw so boldly, so coldly,
most Twenty died the saSne.
; Suowy mountains throw, out ir'u'h it. One to witness the fierce of the plaintiff or defeudeut; thus making the Verdict more' by to Uame.'"

Piiet' 'w Jo M.t the 1 1 TICS. Of rock and tree the shadow free, svctariaa strife, that pervades Some communities nlatter depend entirely on the influence of the Jfobody .- 4

r I *;:::. W.T.MITCHELL.Acclimated O'er plain and woodland fair; Not mAny years since there flouri&hedin che would suppose that UVas a rnalter of stars, vnluoul the least regard to the merits .r, mother, aunt and me* ::1
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V Echo on h'veth the heaving, desert sea, of the Southern cities, on the Atlantic coast, greater importance to overthrow a fellow of the cae.-Sujft. Were run orer. Here w' be. .

Ice. evcryVtere a certaiq orfginal, eccentric individual, whose Christian's belief in some minor doctrinal Men have no right to what is not reason We should have bad time id nuzzle. ,

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A Friend Lost.IBYIKMAKVEL.. trade, of course, under difficulties. It Tlie Bible should 'be studied systematically.TA .
t piTS-Titehtljew'ujtry at any hour-price was a pleasant writer said, liceatperic poelii, "Sweeping round a, curve i
VTtl-e 100 HA or wore, ?1 jx-r hundred arc 5 cents on a gr.aAd scale, and Old Shell," as he read the New And not the 011 I Testament, when on<; of them, in cold blood, ia said to Whose outer fieztore bordered an anjti, .

rit TA i in f iwE prjcu'.s.! Titketa may be had at the It is qoilti dark Mien reach hom but was nicknamed, was a prime favorite with all wou'.d be as absurd uS tp study Mathematics, 1 hare leaped into the flames cT a volcanic rev- The cars were rttf* d down the precipice. V
V uortof TLcn.as IL vtfard.KICHARD. you the bucks blades and fast the fundamental riilcs.! The And seven of us killed. But what of that tTwas J
roystering leaving out scrip sEln&m
the young j ulution msjluit.
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HAYWARD.JtfyU you see bright reflection of a fire within, the curve did it AiSd the eoginecr,
FM. I.7 tf and presently, at the open door, Nelly clap men About town. He was a passionate admirer tures arc an unbroken chain, commencing at I consider such frolic rather of an unjustifiable :Iking upon a bender, waA czcuscd.' I

-V ping her hands welcfcmc. But there oysters in every shape. His food vas Genesis and ending al Revelations, but they j poetic license,than as one of the franchises

Notice. sad faces when you enter. Ytfar mother folds arc! almost exclusively oysters. He bet on oys- can bo so separated that any doctrine can be j of Paniassds ; and whether he were a poet, *.Train home traveler;rushing by,

I HAVE rwntU' mv'nej th* fulloTrin<; articles, you to her heart; but nt first I ters. Ho studied oysters". In fine he was supported by them. The general tenor of the or divine or politician, that chose to exercise Aa thou pawtth pipe failed thine eye
( your rroisy oat- J1're a'car, well u-ith freight, .
rLichin l h c is l.l at unusually low prices: j burst of joy she puts her finger on her lips emphatically nn oyiler man. Bible is what we want most to understand tins kind of right, I think that more wise, bocaaso Killed sixteen and wO7&ded eight
;; dor a tVtVk..J Old heI"! took into his haul And in order this end, it must ( '
j KraU: Jrc1 lt | and whispers poor CharhVs n.Hi<\ Tire one .summer j I to aceousj.li-h 1 m-jre charitable thoughts would urge For a moment, iriondd, be weepers,
2 (1iiiiR tt. doctor, you see, too, slipping softly out' of the that a trip to the North would .be of adv.-ri- [ be studied faithfully. This book," f.ys the me rather to same the man, than to preserve As you pass the railroad sleepers.

1 -V pi-.w. 8rtMVI .e.. .e.iAS. bed-room door with glasses in his hand nnd tae to his health, moral and hysicnl. To eloquent author of Lectures tp Young Men, hi* brazil slippers as tho monuments of his You may share onr fate-why not IEr .

B. GAMBLE, -you hardly know how ; resolve toj do it, were with him one and tie the eldest surviving oH'-pring of human intellect folly.-.Llurkc.y.orc you reach the next depot
spirits
V Ap1 : : i V VV V VV ___ nnd your heart gravitates your to the heavy growsz'l uir same thing. He went the choSVii ironipaniou, of Patriarch?, than just to other countries grown, Here are deposited tic bones', .

Shirts:: of all about you. On arriving New York he put up al aj I Prophets, Apostles, and of all the wisest and Mug we turn base apustates to our own i (The flesh being.torn off,)

?-c5! ja3ef all You fashionable hotel; and as he was a tall, line 'I best men who have ever lived ; this book, Whert- the words of Greee'c and Rome etcel, OS an unknown man, I
1 qualities, of 1Mb v.-Lite cannot C'-arlie
see Nelly says : and Tbat riiglaiid not pleaic the ear as well whu, being deaf blind and lame, .1 1
J. uJLucy; t-'lvf. o-iuicfef A1iih ire extra line, in looking mhn, dressed well, and spent his mon-1| this that reveals to u* the will aid character may
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you cannot, quiet parlor, tell Nelly a What mighty magic's in the place or air, to the ,
'' Neglected obey customary signals
; l.ii iiJtt; "l aT. Juit rccc:POan.l! f sale ey freely, he soon became almost as much a four great Creator, end final Judge ; that o- '
very of the u'l' noedi there!
feingle one many things which had Tkit: perIetiou n itt wutre And was run over as. a punishment : ?
: !1Vw Jlpi22t.ly: IPrii. 1,*.W. T. MITCHELL. hoped to tell her. She says, Charlie you hasgtflt favorite i inj; the North as ho was in the South. |I pens for ur the way salvation through! a Redeemer In St-t't'3 let Grangers thirdly be jV.rrfyV.JIii For !his coutumacy. j

fl S3 thin nnd so pale would There was one thing about him, however, ; unveils tr our view the invisible j ji I stat** <>f letters merit should be heard. The engineer promptly stopped the engine ;
: colciis3irnii.liLA( V know him. Y you never that puzziiid every one. On the hotel book :i world, and shows us the fma'' destiny of our tM ?uri i? of n<>country; her pure rayprdi After it Lad:cut the body iu two. j i
, of arrivals his entered in full with tin book tint I IN GENERAL. not talk. She asks what name was race; expressly restraiut froni l She flies! wood-abed
| you you hr.vo seen, F.H;; t' place < pUce Conveyed the remains loan adjacent ,
and you begin for a tnos'ienf, joyctasly but the following capital letters*, in large sprawling to teach as ocr character, our duty and And niav hereafter even in Holland rictf. Where all means resueciutioa were tried; ,',
L. T. iicip..sot when they the door of the sick ; hand,Jaltached : F. li.b. On hia cards oar prospects; which has conducted to heaven [ChurthUT. But alas 1 1
1) 11'C1TLLY the! citisins off"j open room, letters ".Mr. reached that world The Vital spark had fled IFor
nnd hear faint the same Mysterious appeared : all who have happy Pride is vice, which pride itself inclines every
? ; Lt. if'.vvl n ijjl.b-iiiif! G'lim'Si:*', lhat hjl you a sigh, you cannot go on. } the humanity they displayed.Thaengioeeraziduigua1ni .
V V5.5.> jiiiJitf.e-J the c.*i.-liiu.-it lately owned |i You sit, still with! your hand in Nell's, and So-aml-Sol of such a city, F. It. S. lie iiev- and! mu-t conduct ns thither if ever we attain j man Jo find in others, and to overlook in .

L to Mr.J 1 1. (;i'N1on: .Vlam?sti t-otTic.ir Damonl'sI'i'jBtt look thoughtfully into the blaze. er would explain their meaning; ami great of' to iU blessedness; this b6ok ought surely to li i iu sol f.-Johnson' Were presented br toe company

VV,?;e.Vt.uV.: ssn.l i* jtHwiKd to t!< 11 M'(>rk iiftw I If You 'Tr to sleep after a d.sy's ftifigue course was the small talk unJ chit-chnt n- be made the guide oTciir youth, the companion Would youl, th please, and be uistrneted too With a service of.pi aw.
..ilv.r.citirac* :r i:* "lis: lVety l ?st mantH-r, oaTStfdv wilh: si i nul bout it. *The gossip market" rose above of our age ; our solac1.! and support in all Watch well tl.e rage of ihir.a to subdue; Go thou and do likewise.
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: V.c tinri1, an-i vitii |ni-"lutity; ru.l I d ;--paich.HerV.tn ; per.bsed; haunting t in the Bourse of three days. the prosperous o* trying passage of life."- Hear every num upon hU favorite thcn .
' I ,i' .-tvtn1, l.i- J'i-'usj> th.irxtnrhly.; Hiid you ; aJ -:ien yo'i \va'i6' up with a shuddvri par And ever be more knowing tlyiT> seem, V Science And Afritdture. .
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!- ;..V%.:!, .jji,. ,rjj: trilling ta srr.v cati-r. t'r; .ito Hicuur i i tae mi J'H.5 of the nhrht, you have a fancy'' One morning a iievv-coic ErglisJi! gonllem.in Family _ _ The lowest geuim will afford eou.e ligl. Mr. Reverdy Johnson, says the American V
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1ai i hL t iVh 'r! : j.ttcnh tint ClinrUj: : i is of rge and grave pp'H-t, wat .
IVitJ; V rea'ily dead ; yon dream of! looking over the list of arrivals. He was A Yankee Macbeth. Or gird a hiut that had escaped your sight.saflisja. Farmer, purchased, in 1849, a small farni 4
sjcing l.i.n: pal: and thin, as Nelly described relates the fellowiig [ Baltimore last
| The Boston he.tr ia ihj of
' Cupvt Bag stage impoverishment.
i1t,2: iI'F:: : 2flJEY, struck I bv the mysterious Alters, as every one
imj, and with! the stitched grave cloths on'i .' 'e anecdote! in V.ldcli! M5ss Char- A man of easy profession never counterfoils Such its mlaced condition
.'Lec '' .4 else had )been. F. H. S1. muttered he it : : Lingl!; > was
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V '. : i t! -' .'.'*,> -Tcii huviI't jH'n .;n ii'jiTcU by 'iiui. You toss (rer in year bed, grow hot can't be! 'Yet there the.letters are. Who ; lotto CiSshnan and a low comedian nanied till tic lays hold upon a debtor, says that the last crop oTcorn was not nWe thn A -

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4 1'.y ii: tV iir-.ki'vj ainii''T-itii!| ] i'>t IVI liLt-lr Slices, get tip stealthily!; and! creep do\Vn stairs ; a ( ed and to He knew One night Charlotte Cnshnnn Vras' to play manner of unrests.- /ten Johnson, (Every vegetable matter gro\vuig
or. im e> ,.t.,, *v thebu-jjt r-' uirli'/j n, uoie careful or pri. ..icedV '1 stands! half O > ,andyou liste'J-fanc I Ihear nothing more one lliefl.im- ILitLer tlmu Ix-ar the pain of thf>ugtt, f..ols stray
.. } wg you to com'o Mr 'Macbeth. ; and other bbshesr if collected
Liiil th. had his hamc down with that !| was carcf.illy ;
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nj t i> "v 34r1L lw bc;;s l ieive lodgers put The will rather lose than uslc their
. t',a.n'jreih" jubisiLaiil Anil bj well tlouc at hit- a whisper. You steal on through the ; handle att411. i ing handbills were posted, and great things* proud I Cit ureMiL way. would have been insufficient for the manufac- 4

hall, and edge aroond the srde of the door.A .- Show him to wu !" said the Engluhman I promised. As the hoar for the performance tare of pne V fpar-hprss wagon-load,of'manured

W'ru.iry 25. ] S52. SJ3 little lamp is flickering on the hearth, and to begin approached, news came that Mr. Lazy Men. He applied to Dr. David Stewart, of Baltimore V
Tla l L.iu;'? is intended t6, only tl the !! the shadow! of the fcedstend lies darkupI1 eageily. V
cpjiiy gaunt '
- rU'i < "There fee sir!" said the clerk, Macbeth was attacked with the tremens. Genius unercricd, is no more genljs! than an able chemist, \vfco rode out to the .
4 > ulliii: ; und C iich unhinj buvt: '-ti ip Curj j goes now,
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,,4 aiij nuua viictit ff Mr. S. L. Grincr.V i, c -air, her head upon her hand-though it is The nex moment Old Shell" felt his hand was alarmed and a complete lailuro seemed may be epics in men's brains, just as there \\hich he carefully analyzed. lie found that -

LT.N. j| lon; after midnight The doctor is standing grasped[ byanother, hand, w bust his arm went inevitable.! But a fellow natr.e-l Adams, who are oaks in acorns, but the tree and the book it contained an abundance of lime, potash,

Carolina House, Quincy, Florida..onisoF.i i with his back toward you, and with Charlie's through a rapid and vigorous motion, familiarly / had done Iho Yankee for the establishment, must come out before WB can measure them. magnesia, iron, and organic matter, duly

& little wrist in his fingers ; undo hear hard known the ptimji-handle action." and who had a good memory, and had read \Ve very naturally recall here that large class mixe'd with alumina and sand. One element V
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V ; ,.J fiuly inR-rn1! the public that they<* breathing, and now and then, a low sigh from It was the Englishman ; his &ce beaming with Macbeth, volunteered! to beconie the hero of grunbers! and wishers who spend the time only of a fertile soil was wanting, phosphoric V

!,, have{Hiri'JiitHoii the almve l ,titbli-limfiit, I your mother's c'sair.I cordiality. Dunsianc ,The play commeticed; Miss Cush- in longing to be higher than they are; while acid; of this there was no trace. He..recommended -

V .tdI l lL1 ..par llll {taiiifl to tiuiiirihutc to i| An occasional gleam of fire-light makes Delighted to meet sir. Had V not the man \viard6ing up the tragic in her best style i iMr 1 they should have been employed 5i advancing tbo application to the soil otbiphosaic -

liE CJii Kj'jiiiflvitb! 1 .e bt that 1 IMJ >MCurc'luiKl their, slightest seeing one our
;oltt-ttT jjroviJ 'l wish rlioini can Wrnw j Liqunr* and I something tiio epectral. You look wildly at them; this side o'the water! When were you n sangaine: expectations of the manager, until < injustice society. Do they want a change the best mode of supplying the deficient V

rs. Tiwy rosjtecAfully ak a wmtinuaufc of the ,j and at bed where your own brother Member? My memory is so defective-" the banquet scene 'camo on board' uhen Let them change-who prevails them? If ment. The remedy was given, at an expense, I

: ? jaijc liL cloifM o extended :.i tho HOHMCL -. i j laughing, gay hearted brother, is lying. You Member of uhat f' eald ''*Old Shell," half poor Adams was utterly at fault-,lie recollected yotl arc as high as your faculties permit yon of teh dollars per acre It was the one U1 ig

GODllOLD. !I long to see him, and sidle up softly a step or surprised, half the sentiments; but the wording of the to rise in the sao society, why should you I needful. Health was restored lo the exhausted -

r.-.T.iTinr.rr 17, 1 5*. G. W.2 STAMXES tf two, but your mother's ear has caught the "Oh; don't be angry.so modest, my dear sir!" poetry ho had entirely lorgotten. Ho ought complain of men It is God that arranged patient! and the grateful soil yielded last

-- V V -- I sound, and site beckon you to her, and folds "ModesK the deuce What society I" to have said: i the law of precedence. Implead him or be year tv/cuty-nine bushels of wheat per acre

BILLIASD TABLES.US i you again in her embrace. You whisper to No baihfolness, now! You are a fellow Avanut arid quit my fcight! Let earth hide thee! silent! If you have capacity for a higher station to the proprietor. V Nothing else was applied ,

f Ti ofTer f..r tale TABLES 10 her whj you w ish. She rises and takes you I: know." Thy Umcfl are marrowle-w-diy blood is col'd! lake'it -whAt hinders you How many indeed nothing else was .vantin' V Hero was Vl I
1t1 ctnt. I<*&8 hnn! any .'1tcr ahlishmtait iuYork. j by the hand, to lead yCu to the bedside. Tiiau hast no pecuhitiofi9 in those eyes,
t*t "Blast button !" eiclaimed men would love to sleep beggars and wake d beautiful triumph of science. There U no I
) (f \vjh imrt-y\ Cl. th or IVCUIFFITII The doctor looks : thy stranger Whch! thcu dost w> glare trith !TInrtesd
; very solemnly, as we ap- Rothschilds Astors How men doubt about the facts the experiment V
&u'Ubr Cu.t"n SvIi1 1A Shell th'orcughljr indignant do call up or many ; came
arc 1rfLirel toHi ; you Adams barsf
( l:y tie Lt$ iayer in the tUIV I proach. He takes out his watch. He is not tne fellow r* of lids, the immortal would fain go tft bed dunces,to be waked up under the observation and attracted the attn j
counting Charlie's pulse for he has not his a forth in his richest *jle; Yeou; git eout! ,
l.IV4trsrfl(1 : nrc warT'fl1 of the royal Society, sir. You Solomons! You reap what y'du have sown. ion of hundreds. It was detailed to the writer
;. ih? I'lC4V) fur WJ'.OLit ; hand, and it lies carelessly but oh how thin! FellowJ do hiJ* yourself! Yer hain't got no marrer V
re- .
aVZ. y.Hr mistake meaning. Fellow of ihe Royal They who sow dunce eeed,vice seed, laziness by Mr. Johnson himself(; and various others ;
VLii t. puxdLA.Ie TbIC4 ,f over the! edge of the bid. my in v'diir bones ; 3'er blood's coldcrn thunder
V i.I of London!" seed, usually get a crop' They that sow the worthy bf perfect reliance:
%%Vf1jIIrJ1. MLi.J.flV: 4Jl 1oc Beds, Society in !
ri: He shakes his bead mournfully at hain't got no speculation yer eyes '
your mo- yer wind whirlwind. A of hiere i-
br4rJ( man
from
r (1'J(1 tLC fO thU I'm nd Londoner, man I come reap
( ; Charles
,It ::fl, :itlier; fchw springs forward, dropping Yeougiteotil v ia NEW PKI&TIXG Puna,-Mr. Foster ,,
your
by iiil. 1w4vs only an organized
OIl do. I I pacity undeveloped,
down South I anti man
l'Qt51ji,! Cu M&cus. Freii Le.atlers, 1 head, an'd lays her fingers upon the forehead an oyster ; The housej stage and al! ,yelled with laughter dayar'can! with a skin on I'. A flint and a of4bis city, has invented s newly constructed

B'rari siu] n Vax of liic bet defchortvht of the boyj and passes her hand over his nir'! earth meah and after it had in a measure subsided, genius that will! not,strike fire, are no better hand Printing Press .which be ia about :
&tTiJ4.&n. does F H. S.
retjy fr eLp'in at tIi iii'ticc. mouth. Why, %|bat on ; Miss dusJ.man advanced to the front of the to get patented* Several who
wood. We have for persona
than
then altacheo ?I"said the astonished wet junk scrrplure
to -
:' DO) Ann& DECKEU.York.. .' Is he asieepi Doctor?" she says in a lone Englishman your science name and surprise beam- stage as th& writer Bay looking as sour as it, th.at a 1iivingV4og is better tRjln a dead are skilful mecBablci. ndexaninedthepressaudepo4toua1itjtiZI.good judge* have
,
dud said in Ule WtJrt of
do know. crab applet, V
j 3uaI not pickled
: ) 3s2.; 8 3raWAKULLA you lion If you would go up, go-u you would
ftia
from
Be calm, madam," the doctor is very jug"." Well countenance.I don't if, I do tell the book, be ieen, shine. ,At tire present day,,eminent mqeh moms shaple, lesS :liable to get bat of, Vprtter
HOTEL calm; granger, care MThlnk, of tins, good peer V and it will bo one third cheaper than.any .
is the result 'of
AT THE c'aim/' V you I You see; like oysters, I do; and F. It. hut ft* ft thing of cufctuia; 'tis no ctjyr, position many profession, heretofore made. describe the
NEWPORT SPRINGS.US I aol says ydur mother btit you S. means adzactly nothing more norleSs than Only it ptiTi the pleasure of the 'time." ( hard, unweariett labor. Men no longer They

: uVHkziign(1 1m1ng 1ea.ed thurc !- do not think it, for you Bee her tremble very Fried, Rotated and Sieved/" -V. O. Picafune M r..Adams felt (bathe bad/' sold" timself fly at one dash into eminent position: They Prt-sithusrThe/jWorking movehicnl, whichreei
kUowx etth1i4meit, nfcpectfully invtln plainly. ; have to hammer i it.outby steady and ragged WaShfagfett p'rcs*, ts pUeed:
V \ after when asked to undertake tragedy cot
) $had t.:1 it aud travelling public that Dear madam, he will never waken in this : and; ever smile add blows. The world is no longer clay, onder the bed, instea'd being over the plat: :
gi'.atIy ciJarKo.1! and thoroughly grins'a ghastly says yeod"tUout
re in. The bar handle? at the usual
Peirej woridl"V hetgot7
painted and furuUhcd. He lw Fi her- LITTLK 1'nINc.-Gleat virtues are rare1: !" bat rather iron In the hands fits workers:-

o C1bL1rt lf nnJoywl, ] to furnWi hi* table with; ThCro ts t hd cry- only a bowing down of the occasions for them are very rare; and _ _ Emersom works o4er the platin, and by beans brsii1 V

: pflj }i*: jyl a-Uition to which l.y he pr4.vite the market will anVdincl* <{'*ad Charlie und only when you see her the Beauty.V dicafar so as to produce a beayier pres-'
either
$n Vt1tr;; ) jJO1ftJ deep
deed In the of the world
V h, j t1 Varni Jp. ire has dor of the eyes or that the being who perforins all tion female But it is when
I.&t a &rragc eed: sobs, crying.burst forth loud and ted man, of beauty; only, U dispenses with lifters sprIngs bolts, and:
your that '
'ih t .UtflVfl&cC ft* LadiUwid Invalid -vb.iwTtJHHathit V ; by the self-complacency we experience theso wonders, is< (brined of condensed air, the mind and the hart shine through the dark can be put together bf(aken apart in a
which -ar bow Mug put m strong; ,. ? from tbe performflh bfan'uhcomnion action. very
;
1r10 .r<>IftiriiU 'wi U- provided i r thow The doctor lifts you in hit arms, that you tfniorseen they return (or' soliBed and H ocHed gasses;) that he lustre tho.eye, or leave a legiblp! and beau short time b ahy'r ; k.VPfi., &e.
Little lhin are ; every
*
ilint$4 1rt'an"wurin' to the Lignt House. may see-the pale head-those blue eyes all}I b contact with our rido, lives, oa, condensed 4jis well as jancdridensed: tiful language upon the cheek- pr lend a deep: Fou't1hqvo vfo 4hodMppoie. thathpresscoonotatl
.J1 ''1' ani Ohr I place. ulw-Jl the B y. sunkentbat flaxen hair'g no- the white moment; tfay come air, and clothes himself condensed air i and er ro'fisic f' the rich Voice, that the 'outward '' CdouigHfOoaxworkrand t S
ILj1A4 V& 1lCW L ccumodus dor indblonef i our Haughtiness, our weadi4ets of.the same agent move* the heavi. of cUri.bo: dpeply.aK'd lastingly'felt'
&u4 by means impress beauty frtim -its bid
lipspiothed! ind.hardJ; Nevir; M btlka.tioiid simplicUy eheajnea&press.VCI'ndiAat' *
oeyw contradict
t'4PL ) furHjldeud Vv4U aref1 *n4 4iv. thq ; his CrU tcrnblj sight of td Uk4 dfferfce; they eat weights.with the velocity of the, wind,- : : 'Unillnminated! by the spirit, the most fair to wpercede all dtfii: kind, of ihe fiuJ*
the boy- forget
Paiepc bdWVOflljbfl'
i4ide himM $toWt'UOonducetotIMl4.&ll1Jrt .It i ii, ; .
\ perpetually. The strangest'paripfthe mtris, that thousands peiffeci form V'is !but'a cold and desolate tern- Gawtt ? (V
aud *t-- Death UtU tbkigi that a true and constant tjAauv "
V dHtyin ( of ooudensedairi V i ; :
-- -
Ubrrnscle -
fprivcd in the ; .iLooic.
who fere with awl of tb pt) Like an Iceberg gnttSHhg light of -
s call ats lt'rthe'stotth r
1a tii4 may .LB. tnonrtent) lmf ber love to God jean b. distinguLihod from apas imd going orf )wal i,;tJccasiopalJy.and Unset; wjth theTa1nboiU 8beaat; >, itmiIiizlo The follow. *"QtfesUdns In* Loe-i
sols has ; ,
'wearie4' 'ou, : n'-f i i kimarioeitioa. ofrderimt K i
: jl, sing fervor on account of the production and., auMjy of fora ththftO ma v dream '' ; :
.tS. c.JLs:! fci.'L >iiK.Li.J T
3fld earnt. MThJ t4e.bo&9n tbawAsi V kCHH- i : : V V :
!gJ '
r wHeh "
-, OpHTtOHIBflIyi those,forms of condensed airs thejr.r-- of cdmmanlori w-ith'lU frown sterility: nJ
i 48iAzcns ihy for food anti clothing dr prtj cbonit of ; .- r.i rTCytSKNATOI : : VV tsoand. j *
V FIoM jf U HwurfF.doi7Cul nlliaiG*; s of which we krww *) ft&j4L4kfow [ jfrar. where. have you bebri at this time of quire and to destroy each other .SOVLK.-A iSpanuiV lawy'i jwri-
$ ic1e their i honor JWwerh ,
for **'' at 1nazlufaetlreT' $ I tt M '
P5fld turned wrtfn jde.a
Uebt it h'! our ihirt; condensed air ling (Voni Washingtofa dDeottooay (hat 4aIL *
iHtcHed battkstiy
.' boadj tnulm 4 iag r. pvtMal abroad forV Iy desire.iipply.tome LfotherVb DOW mj/a ruuan p fa et4 we1, IVbU b etC: to itf auction and iii further. -, tWt nlan means beKdjrb the'Wfiullarpowers large party she nm-CJetL Seott boiJaUordoced .t } fliii IV

V r.3rt, MM'ol LADA- angel,, m t .a/;, .u"t >*ut 7r T/j' wh re .1 jta Jqst uit cketbcJtA; ntid 'they 4 V1 of thebodilcw! conaclbui, thinking "the famous $oul ihegr t WM ualmeoiber.frool

You!to** Inover yoot bodihioJn ioww d ih d' 1ftI hdz nil t(frdnt.neadfpirit anU eoativ: being .housed In thit't.abst1*. ,jLoaislana,, h-SIo Mjfi JWr. i1rs0sft

tEcT .4 V4 <;of thai *?aitg tbJnr ddrth, Md**tttffa&tflnto ; t J.i cle to bo thereMilt simplyofJUinternal SduJe ii ibe idbf.o/tlw, WiilUgtpo iadlcs nyrmW I ; .eoI ((ii uansA

er slit;re? rTrTTT !* ,TTj,, li rodt.uy.bew&4aId 4wobprsafld itroetarmod, t1rangerflUUt44U4 part: &fl&fa f lj/-T/ -
. taI.r.] ut1fiiI G&x.tthd jjaadjroasph: Uioj fAfOoartftiiuow Wiptbbes: I sWiu.' He has. dan.jrerous .
jnao ; |>r* r pi't V 1.sorto4'wtI.: cheery tqtoli the ting in &' : oerweca.t. *1
DLADD. *
c6J 44 t _i ?
t(1i ,.: V s2L why) which askXiod toJkeep V Ie.rest dfthi for fb'crtrtwrltof this, compound of 4k Fr.chwlt44 r eI,1T a

, ., V ZZ1CAN i 11143 Iii voo. You think the involdcttty' 11 r W Li- 1Thersiidlng'd4nioJasndetnCetefld ? '" aiM 4t& abbItidn.a4 OkiiivitTVtofiV; "" -" MIIa taan dohi and p owJ.Ailly:

,.V : $ an4 thatina.qdpr lttl pye ( j% ,Isa1ioiyJeeJlng Lxituni f jejiji seoi4d

bn iibia itJ ; ?! Ut-IWIIW# man is,; iy apearnea ,iduticaL1, iotit1ko! bim

stru1tr4.w *trs ; &iirhtr ,.$ en.'ble wtK th.i'c; or with'th smmabI wet jrribe [thooght b/indiom '; bat; i iI otPsitipearatice nhIsM1); V ibo-
tpfcmtabIcmand V_
1!;; Mi- $ the embrace and protwaon of?;* : tl'e- ,,!fr V I Vomnfl :*ealcof creation."--SV?. Aiitrican. ts remarkaUl :: L. .parent. Hut you \vilifind tLcfje are tooSc" *



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The compromise "to bi igsor.J and tAr *., *w"r > 3hig Tb. % geir Gs : -
Hr. Hallett % .
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THE"FLOWlAHlJdOiSTALLAHASSEE
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The StnrifteJpersntein its attack on this gentleman iWvkablenMtoiwuty rdmsa.na&.Thatisthe the democratic platform conveotionsof, and with Last Satin-day th. tl'ptid f.4sIb bi4' b. '

and onosbae Ut fcgsrd hia* at the fyrtUsocTofjVsa Sewthrs',.Ste4e. be fit i0 -Oibralttr ohas" &&z thirwbig as an emxrtWto
believe every > **.placed them- ; loottse s+.ltI.the pres. exdode j
: Burfii Cfs *fa? c. *AU bsV fcoetW MITeS i1OO .* .Itisti. pUtJbrtn Mat dn'n bytbe thws:1A sItuponIm ofc4Xw,1iio freak* their 'eolamns ealcolated t*

.s Booth ipd opposifibo to atfclitM ehttwo gocsfcrUuug. late MaelMon Convention; We hate the eonfewiobi sent ns the mob of bk observations d*>r ti* .r4'- The latiI4 their waders'to tbe

? SLTtJBDAY.XAY15I852. i tfswr neighbor that the > W ftfrt after talking the bfonnatioD of otrr readcM henabonU obdene LJr la*!* pq..athe.p )4
K wt, while wed not pretend to J Sa.U$ concluded Mi we ,..Ai'4ths.6ntexnpaekd era whig party. :Tke noksad Serf
h -----,-- -.----- ---- 5-.. i nbMct all over to say "Botany thing account :- V; : s4s) tles,
TJ3BMS. Three Dollars per annum, if pud In there may live been acts performed by Mr Hailed i ilr about the compromise. It was not a democratic taorenieDl"bf.8 V wardt Mxnguin 4 f**.thds: whigs would do well to often fkeirey
S It Court week,and and
being
considerable fuss
-
advance; $8 50; if paid within e'u months of the time of veryfquestiooable propriety, we yet declare that b prmeiple.-Sentinel. parade The Scott whigs have secured his nomination, apparefltly themselves. The iupZ.of bothps.t ,

of subscribing.; end 4 00 at tie cod of the year. Advertisement comparison with Messrs. Fillmore and Webster, great Pickwickian,* every word of it It is ooe of those Laving been made b advance of the meeting1, o' ; through the iin&cftityi.rid or.er oanbon of Thveno4t.b cdietse-'Mi.i -

OncDpllar prrnquareof 18 lines for firtt, favorites with Southern whig*,his course has been far cases b which neighbor's memory has beea. agsv> course a large crowd of true blues was expected !hciriecedtgoppnt&.5Thelatter struck so feebly' soiry .14 be," .I1edto's.yitk oat ,

more b accordance ith justice and liberality towards tricking Lim. The first'Deinocratic Convention is yet lxb att dthiee-biit-oureorreeponth.nt says ta ss R irritate oply, oe-t to wound, and the 8cottit end Fifty" Cent for all subsequent bscrUons. An- their them. .Ge
careful end turt % own a Septfc ,
count dkcloee4-the Bomber of > guns-upon
L'nge ff Jr
the South than thclr's, and on the very testimony upon to meet which has ignored and thrown ov MJii"ihe wbicn koow 'that' th orthero'' ,
with letter .
,
1 tiounoemenitB candidates, Fire Dollars each, eltoaysto fire and tiurteoo. .'himself it is'rmderstwid, Is to come out -a ; hIgt
r be paM in'advance.Religions, Obituary and Marriage which our neighbor relics to convict Lira of frcceoilism eonrproinree. Some of them may, not haTeinade Whig Democrats' in threcin.* without compromising him too much with his North- I x the,fugibTt !*T'biil, andUttttbt;wi.iendTyet '
that he
of the
lines will be we can not only convict Messrs. Fillmore and mention of those measures b terms, as the recent Convention being one miiaber, find he thinM era supporters, will cut off CabeU aad. Marshall, and

: Notioe-s/not exceeding 12 published sad but counted some of them tiriee.., The "noiseandconfu-- tb. cibse: is. foin.their .curs 8U '*
Wcbetcr but Northern whig of note, as ofO.orgia Virginia, thapositionofeftbdr '
to"
any
every
.fTsl;& 3f N "erlin'eates- the publication of ff* sion" is represented as being admirable. Borne wan Southern fupport wiUiout. those genflcmcn; 'wbo.&iII they propose carry tbeir.party ofiaj. '" }
f
will be well as the entire Northern whig party. Let us see. democracy is well known. In Georgia, tate or lepal notices of lay description given either be whipped or run not bnak
ted done and another Jut of
tiatil the advertising fee is paid.r It is well Icnown that Mr. FiUinore's Erie letter of the Democratic members of the Legislature,! one thing some none were looks bite a ticklish op atwn. but the knowing from tiiem- and what's more; they seek to U r

i I _ _ _ 18S8, which; made Lim a free-soiler and abolitionist last November, declared that the question of submission anxious to inflict a speech upon the.dieting, except ones_ nsfrert with great
-i? LEOmDSCOIT& Go's. Reprint of the West- has never been recanted lutstands on the record today to the Compromise was settled in ..that State- one gentleman who offered to make nTcmperanct address can will be done right speedily. have themselves CbgrsBtKM
, have.oeen none and will be Again, planted the kmokbifity t4
: minister Re'kfor has been table for entertained nnd that it the of good citizen to mab- remarking that he thought a t-raperance spcwh Stranger tilings ths
April on our ne containing the long opinions of that was duty every so do not be astonisheU to see Southern whigs giving compromise, bcludbg the fugitive slave law, down

! pcveral days. Contents Tbe Government of India ; gentleman. Need we here publish it! In that ever fain the position Georgia had taken, Ac.; and every was more needed than a Whig f p ech and could do in their support to Gen. Scott on the faith of that a level with the Seward abolition agitators soVhsVtie Is

, r Iliyskjil Puritanism ; Frnpe-its Condition and Pros- memorable document Mr. Fillmore avows himself in leading Democratic paper has affirmed the same thing far more good on that'occasiun.. Objected to en the "clean bill of health" Mr ilangutn. saiJ he could honest ;
unsuspecting people,being iaula.to
'i ; pe(!jA; A Theory of Population; Shelly and the Letter favrr of abolishing slavery' in the District of Columbia, The Federal Union, the Central Organ at Milledgcvillc -ground of pe-nonnlity. At List the President succeeded show. .. there ia difference between the betters tint

1 of Poets; The Commerce of Literature; Lord and as opposed to the admission e>f Texas with a Constitution says-"Tbe Southern Rights Democrats are iu soothing the excited potions of the iuotituile! Tne Washington Union, noticing these remarks about will think TealyDo it matters little with whom parties IfatL

1 PalmiTottin and Lis Policy; The Early Quakers awl tolerating slavery. Mr. Hallett, with all the hide by side with the Union Democrats. Or, the and a motion was. put and carried to appoint a eoninitlee l Gea Scott and the whig party striding the com thus the, whig party will be Bared from they d1si act, nj-g

Quakerism: ; Cotcroporaiy Literature of England; Co- Sentinel can la bg up against him,baa never gone that Compromise and finality, we hesitate not to say, that of ten to draft resolutions and present them to promise platform, remark's: *
and with
: temporary Literature America; Cotcmporary Litrrilure I far Instead of being opposed to the admission of the Southern Rights Democrats of Georgia will meet ihe meeting iiriu action. The committee discharged We hold it to be altogether idle f.i 'snyrnnn to perchance a whig dynasty, the fifty

r J of Germany;Coterr.porary Literature of France. Texas, Le made the first speech that was uttered in their Union Democratic brethren ou the ground they then duty, aid presented a series resolutions which* predict ground of that the thc'wHg finality of party the can compromise ingoodfa'Uh mezisurcifhat take the- of There spoils at is ita no disposal use cpncealmg, be perpetuated tL fact: that b

- ? 57" GEOKMA UsncE&rrr MAGAZINF.-The May Massachusetts b favor of Te\as' annexation. The N. Lave assumed in their meeting here last Friday. were adoptwL :ThY recommend Mr. Fillmore for p>lK'y has been repudiated by the ]*hig party State the tide of Seottism,bearing along and zfra

x puruber of lliis inoiithly is nn evident improvement Y. Tribune says that Mr. Fillmore contributed money Southern Rights Democrats will agree that the Compromise President Jr. Calxll for Congress, JIaj.Wnrd for during the last two years, over and over again, in eve into the current with it the lateral stream of po1e

to help a slave, named Milton CLuk, make shall be considered a final settlement of the Governor, aid the meeting of a District Com-eutii at ry form of repudiation known to party action. By decuratkina abolitionism, is rapidly gaining upon the friends of the
upon any of it* prcdeces rc. Contents AnnieT3iry runaway .and official acts of whig and candidates and tie CoustitnUon.
Euchecacnt the 15th 21st of the governors compromise As an illnstntjca
month
on
or
embraced in it seek not to disturb present
They
i \ Oration; Bigotry is Everywhcie; Legend his scape into Canada. Did Mr. Hallett ever do questions' ,by votes of the whig party in State legislatures, take the single Lict that out of some nine or tea iht|

4 of IMarklwurd: ; Tumulus Canis; Removal of the Cher- that I And yet the Sentinel denounces him and takes it," As. The'Virginia platform is equally as explicit to nominal candidates for Governor, Con reM awl l to by t resolutions adopted in whig State conventions, and gates already chosen to the National (XnTeuUon,mf

I ',- .,- '-.II-- .w ..4 Ol.r O... ._. to ir< nrms Mr. Fillmore And bow u it with Mr. and ns well understood; and so of the otherSouth, appoint Wepnles to the -WLijf National Convention.A tty an almost solid phalanx of whig vote in congress, one, no not one is 'for Fillmore. The city and rh r

F ls | f'irc-j"; Trip to a Cave; The Ius; Letter fie-rn Eu- Webster! Has he ever been anything but a freesoiler era States. Some have affirmed the Compromise di- resolu6Vn was then adopted to appoint twenty tlelcjrate the finality of the Compromise has been formally re- counties, of course, will do better, but the best ft*

rre; Lint to Emma; Editorial. ? Is he not afrce-soiler nose,' Let us see ngnin. On reetly, as b Tennessee, and we believe Louisiana, b the EucLcennna Convention by committee. lectrd by the northern whig majority, and its obligation can do will only be to make a respectable nunoritj
All been done in of the
disavowed. this Las spite of the staunchest material they can find. But
CojiTEsrs nf DC Rout Review for May-The Straits j the the 7th of March, 1650, before he went into the Texas. Miosouri, and Maryland, and e thers have spoken TL L. Qmpbell, &q, a young lawyer of fine promise, efforts and over the heads of Messrs. Fillmore and you may put the State largely,down fur at SMI M"rate

Cabinet, he said, speaking of the Wilmot Proviso. of them as "Usucs already part," and therefore was npjr.rated one of the committee, but he declined Webster, -rchnm the Compromise has crushed ,down and abolition-for all the signs,I am sorry to "T.fafr

' : Si Moments and the Indian ArcLipeligo; Southern Whenever there is a practical good to be don% settled and not to I be dist abed, as Florida. Indeed, to act, nleging that he did not prefer Mr. Filhnorr. with the northern'section of their party, as the car of that way at present1'

Wine and Vineyard ; I'enrmlvaiiia; Railroad Prosnul whenever there is an inch of land to be luck There other and Juggernaut crushes in its progress the eastern devotee. the
stayed it may well be said that the Democratic party, North rere more patriotic true to the We add to this extract following from the 5.T.
JICtS Negro Mania-with articles from becoming a slave territory I am ready to insert Anti, finally ns if to remove all doubts pf their immutable -
;
, Cinni.'ce,pnnjreos Agriculture' Manufaetuxt- awl and on t Le principle of the exclusion of slavery f am pledged and South, stands upon the same platform on the sectional South tfian him. He expressed a preference for Rer- determination on this subject, the northern whig Tnlune, by way of showing tie rpirii wL i p

Mining, to that from 1837-pledged to it again and again qutst ion. It isfpposod to disturbing zinc of rien Georgia to all other WLigs in the Union. lie leaders kicked the Compromise contemptuously out of vades the Scott party,so overwhelmingly strong ss tfe*

i ,. tLc usual >ariety of miscellany. and I will perform those pledges. the issues already past There is not a Democrat also cVelnred! that h<> would not support Fillmore their cancus-ru, and, as far as in them lay, out oi admitted by the Rtpubflcan'$correspondent Speik. -

St. Mary's BillsOn Tliis Las always been Mr. Webster's position-it it cpnkpn of in connection with the Presidency who is j-Lould Le be the nominee of the WLnj Convention of their their party southern too, in aRid stem whom and scornful they well defiance knew of to those be lug of the recent withdrawal of Southern whtgs frog

% Saturday last, a email quantity of thc bills Ids position iiov. Again, says Mr. Webster in another not b the language of the Hun. Charles Faulkner, and -uglas was the candidate of the opposite p.irty.Mr. pledged to Jlow its fortunes. If all this was but pretence thewbigcaucusnndoftheeffuitstheyaremakisgtaI.

: vcre gold as low as forty cents on the'dollar. On Mon- speech, the date of which we are unable to j a Whig, in the most lr-mn and explicit mwinrr Cwnpbell's speceh was like a bomb in the Whig on the part cf the northern whig party-if they .interpolate the whig creed by introducinjiato j b tLs

hy: tWy advanced considerably, and ealcs ore now give I committed to these measures." Says the Hon. W. H. magsriic-but the Whig will find many mor like still mean to stand on the fiit-Jity of the Compromise compromise test, the Tribune says-
I Jna-Jc at from sixty to wventy cent on the dollar.ThTo .- -th n their ac!i<-n has been the most portentous self-
.' I* but little offering' in the market CoL Winter "My opposition to the increase of slavery in this I Polk, in a speech made by him in the House e>f Uepi him lefe>rc the cnnva is over. After Mr. C. couoln- stultification on political record, and their caucus upon "They may very possibly bullsome Wigcj.a .

lmff", ''U'n! n palp of his interest in the Alabama Ware- country, e>r to the increase of slave representation in 'i rcpcntativcs, on the StL Api il, "I feel AITHORIZED to led, the meeting adjourned sine die. this supposition might properly lave been held in one Conventioa into jossing some sort of.

. li-tur rt live thousand dollars lie i it Felling meal nt Congress, is general and universal It Las no ref . : lAty-fivc cents a bushel half in St Bills. to the lines of latitude or the points of tbe be worth the paptr on rAicA it ii tcriUcit Ther Lalove'
-one Mnry'e com 1 wh thus the
nut tlmm-ailni <- com-
a candidate for the n*>xt Presidency, in the Democrat Jact'on, we conclude there i lii enough work for the vere n they rejected
will it ana who
LaU
(!loic bills aitiuue tube redeemed at the Columbus pass. I shall oppose all such extension, and all such licv. if her knew what they did. and they slavery uphold we ixjj
,, ; t itgsuy.-C.'Juzi bua &nG.d.. increase, in nil places, at all times, and under all circumstances ic rank, wh i is not heart anJ soul in favor or the eornpromi.e wire-pullers to do to retain their n'cenelancv there promise mean to p stand> by thfr deed. The sham,the deceptionif kemp on bating it,and try to make others hate it,vitft

4 even against all inducements, ngniust nil ns ia favor of the will/nit laugLiiig eiver their pretended belief ejf Dcmoerttic a view to its ultimate downfall,jut u if no audi resolve -
If llif circulalion of the bank u>, ac stated by the Moe mjasure they are- faithful there I be any in the case-is to come reaJitT in "

.. I Trilt'iiif, only a little less than a million of dol- combinations, against all compromise" execution of the fugitive slave law-against its mwlifcalion. eliv i'-ions. Our infni mation ]leails u to Leli vc the shape of some vague compromise letter from their To had foist passed.a pro-slavery or anti slavrrr article,
Once In ato
'; 2.r' nul I if it* bills have been issued byf the Mestre.Wixrcn more. 1851, Mr. Webster went about \ or repeal." that we shall tliake the -winil out of the WLi? ?a"U in candiJat the creed of a National party, is to weaken and probably
the Northern Stttes the Union." We deem it by no means unlikely that about the
ii 1 tt (V at par value, 1 heir redemption nt 30ptrc Raving He spoke Thus is. the party, ia both section, committed against that heretofore Wlii? strong-hold in tlic fall. We time of tbe whig nomination some such document will divide it. True, ve are not likely tobij,
t1) the people of Buffalo, Sj racusc and Albany b the rch the hare been r.trn IL., it. Slate of New York. At Buffalo tulAre the tndt ue iitHtilaU by holding
::1 t idleioted in this grand financial operation. he said- The lite voteirithelL'ine of Representative, anile years, and we- have no doubt that"our State can Seward. Johnston, fc Co, fhoul-l! very strenuously object great many who don't see as we do, will he reptlltd
If the South wish
.I: It i* a fnrt unatc circumstance( that the establishment will not it not any Lair's conevEMon breadth from me, tlirv I on Mr. Jacks-Mi's resolution, shows this; so far ot least diJutes will receive a much larger vote this year thane to its appearance. We entertain no manner of by a compromise timber in our party platfcnn, co
get ; a of it If they doubt that it will be written as to mean nothing,
rf the two Bauk agencies ia this the bills to }Louse for it as any congressional vote may be taken ns expressing \ r before in Jaekcon.U matter how placed there.
city kopt of come my they \\ill nt:t find it, and the at Ica t in eo far ns the maintenance of the fugitive "

. th St. M tn's Rink from entering very largely into door will bo shut. I conecd* nothing. Gentlemen the sentiment of a pirty: on a glvt-n question. O.t We clialU-n Mm and the 'wluk of liis npolnsta Ia'is concerned ;and let it be written as it may, the It never not was be a whig principle modified that a lew that of Cur-
might repetded or by boor.
I contend, arid Lnve alwavK contended, tl-at Northern Democrats b leaders of the anti-slaverr agitation in the wholfe press
82 the whig
tLe circubii-! here. jof House, 49 *ot< il directly to take nut from the speeches of rve-n Seward s<> o)- Nor ia it more a "war on the Constitution Lr
: after the e.f the Constitution any
adoption any ui voted had expositions those!
or so they been present j .13 Vie Tribune to rejoice at the cf slaves into
j the Government calculated I escepe
to bring more slave torrilory Gen. Scott have taken cn/tpfe a-
Col. Ward and Broosie. already guarantee
Judge ve liavequoted from tliis nateral ally, [Hallett'jirnd ] eedom than it for Jfillard Fillmore Hilton
for resolution mid was to
that S3 girt
: into the United States against it-and out of the
was the the future the future
its cffi
beyond of ct big or
gnitft policy
j1 The Sndlncl listens to assure the Western wLi power ; chief fugleman of the democratic party.-en- upon Clark to him vhtn
1 the Cc.n.-titution, and against its 60 Democrats from the of money help along running
provition" That is South 47 votd for that resolution tin /. organization und leadership the whig party. These
t'lit tLcre is a wide difference between the two gen- and it has been (I # vtyfrcan tlavfry. We were alwM ant!-skvtrj and
i opiuiou
my always my opinion. or would so have done if present,and 13 n aiustit are firmly in the hands lr.Seward and his allies an I Iif '
L tinmen above named tliii business? Inr.pb We arc not all 8urprl c.l to sec half-way defcv.ccsnf anti-sJave-hcntiDr; yet Southern wbigs did not cbject"in
on fire-eatjog Gen Scott be elected there they will remaia The whig
j Thus he holds that the admission of Missouri, Lou honing that of the wh< le party, a majority of iur helping elect! Taj lor. nor ourLelpi.ig try to
the Tree Soiler Seward in the
t > a small paragraph in our last on the great Whiz ppers paity is irrevocably and finally committed against the
tulijectorCv1.
isiana, Texas aril Florida, being slave territories, was jiffy is in favor of the compromise as a final settlemeut whatever about elect Clay. TLcv did not ask cs to stop givicg uttrraiKC -
Seward policy, UenScottmay
knows
i compromise
WarJ's nntccedenta, our neighbor is toBaooME now-a-days. ns every body the say
pleased to sentiment much less
i against the prm-itionf of the Ce-nstitution. Mr.Hallett of the slavery difficulty. A similar nnnlysis I bead of the Northern it. The most active and the most influential members our anti-slavery *- nx-*
j Whig party. He moves it like dcavor to
impose us pro-slaveryJShibto'e'Jj.
!j pieIJ upon any
: has never p .ne as high ns that figure. He went for of the Wlii; veto in the House shows that of the GO the whig party admit openly,with Mr.Washburn,that
IfJudze ana Colonel WARD be not foundaptrt1 | a puppet, and w, at tliis very time, dictating ttrrrjs to the ground of the finality of the Compromise the
the admission of Texas and denounced the Northern WLigs/rty dead ninzt mid upon The Caucus and Southern .
agitation /[ are n finality, of Whigs.The
''1.e *'n this fire eating buinen. there has pot i 1 the entire party in all the States. He has Gen. SVot whigs cannot carry a single northern State. The reason S

. f !.i n > little fhittiDff of pegs, of xthich: the f'r''g' ing of the slave question in Congress. But to return to the whole party, a majority nf ttcinty-ninc is against under Ms thumb, ami refuses either to permit him or h plain. The northern democracy have pre-oecu- Albany Evening Journal, Seward's hurne organ

t j" p-rbip." defiTied to piyo iv>tice. Fr<>in March, j Mr. We lister. In the same cpeeeh and b continuation '1 a final 8 ltem! <>nt anl therefore favor of re-ow fling a Whig word nlout pie l that ground, now hold the track,and mean to hold chuckles over the aid arid comfort ninety-nine
caucus to a Finality or tne
I 1S.V. vh-a the people tliis County met to compr<- of the same subject, Le goes on to eay- j ti.t **isu.?s {iir6i-v p is?: ArttT tins sliowiri'! \ve wiy it. The whifj party at the north abjures the obligation out of every hundred whig papers in the Urnon" are
I i) tt? up>n the Nashville; Convention,to the end cf tl,< '1 Fugitive Slav* T.aw. He Las more strength in the of the Compromise,and looks to further antislavery
< remains that not' tliink the which the Sentinel giving its friends. --The Journal
My piaion it -
2 4'.tns* tbut tail, the diffrj f-noe bctwt-en these tvvo i ipoatluii unchanged, was platdrm lays down for i Northern Whig: party at this time than any Whf-t bih agitation-carried, it need be. even to the length of says
xrilLin the original scope and design of Hit Cvnutituti"ii the Democratic u The Richmond Whig deems the action of the CTD-
; : "n cppearwl to u< to be total and irrerocrila-! party j Union. Webster and Fillmore toiled for to a sectional canvass-a* their sole method of getting in-
.t ; b f'To! y M-t r<" first arrayod in ojip.itinn on n rnotj -; to admit new State out foreign territory" ; nn-1 "firovs Rinall!! bv cl gre*, | years ti pow*>r. If they prevail at alL it will be upon this gressional scceders unjustifiable. So do niuttj-nin if
that for one I never would consent ; and no matter I Il excite the Northern WLigs again the titinor.5 of hundr l whig in the Union. Exopt tvar
P1 ti i i-truct Nash\i'lein I II I every papers
m deleptt* ; osprrssing attacSwncnt to the Union of the 'l: what may be said at the Syracuse Convention, or at j the South, and when they Lad w far succeeeled &f to Scott or any other whig candidate will be permitted <> three slip hot ccn-.f-roo in this State,and nr orfir.
ny other assemblage of insane pe-rsnns,1 net er would! I ;to the "c -nf sii>tr which our nogLbor in the j disunion at the South the scteders find no a-
j jcjn p-it
2tntt's uid the Constitution cs it is 'llv next ditTrJ I Ix able to sec that their efforts had brought the ITnI to write will in the slightest degree turn the whig majority organs
''! totally wntLe ainttitutionaiityof thcc* iniriniL'] e, I 'cnt, raid never have consented, that there should I Il mouth of the edit/ir of this paper, it will lie only nec- ion into jeopardy and that the fanatic cUin from this fixed and determined course. Assuming pologists any here?
l be foot of slave were
wl.5oh llio Jui; jnaintaiuM tore the Cinftitution toT i i thirteen one ) territory beyond what the old j estnry to republish what Le did confers," in order to I pI that Gen. Scots i is to write anything about the Compromise It is quite clear that the seceding wLIgs cmrmitted
Ftntes lad at the time 'fthe formation their control
( of jLej I beyond ,theipau.cdliut Seward st.ized
r: and titUt*, l leaving the miserable remnant nnt j Union.; Never The .| show the unfortunate condition of the Snitlncfs the single question as to the form of his let a great mistake in toning their address. Instead cf
m-vcr. cannot show his menior -
: fl wi'rth the keeping; and they further differed upon man :: the reins from their Lands and now, in tt-ad of Web ter at this time i?, how it can shaped so as to catch
faw to and he that I J it ao low, sn-J making such a deprecatory,
me can 1 pitching
:1 t Lc unrrpTlant tju Ption romaii.inp in the Federal j: say prove ever dciarteJ f ) : j! tcr and Fillmore, lie i* the idol of Abolition madrA s. southern votes and yet leave him free to permit the
from that doetnue.
Ini'u irj-ior the In He would toeak away, nod slruk j From lit 77or"/ & Journal his whining appeal, they should have etrttck boldly sod
ttd compromise. &hort, CoL Waun j: I < who in tilled
hire \va into the Northern mind itltas
that lie
('IS a iriLt
vas what the JuJ ratbcr scumfully dnoa 5natcd a away mercenary PITS.-S cry J j V"c will tate, fir the! inf-rm.iti.m of the n/jW. ftdminUtratltm. If the southern wliigs can be caught in strongly. They should have exposed to the Southero
what fr "
St, ". '. *u'',nii- ->i'iiitsL*' If they arc not now wide apart, we out >me. an He apostate Lnowb himself in"libvrty to Ce Dnuiel We-l-ter and has l llieer that a res.iluti"ii diTering comewhat in Lingtiugp, but of higher law, wliich were practically carried <.utin so plain a gull-trap ns this-if they can jbe cheated by whigs the thorough rottenness of the Northern.wing of

I.. transparent that the sun shines through it the and warned the south of the

: o i ia the nutter of f ec ,*U'n, C r > that it is inherent in his Webster'I the fete that will await their section. of affiliating with it, without such pledges as tie timas
tna-ja p5ti''n an revolutionary j Again- gpoeeh at Syracuse, Mr. : reported to the Convention adopted b its rt uLj \ihcre Seward afterward appeared went bail for the? much to deserve
1 ri'Lt; cn.i n to his nullifieition it is iiiiivune, they might
T; tLit Le occt.jicJ the State rigbta ground iu tkit con- I j i rioters, and invited them to partake ef a collation the and safety of th* country will be
I ''W* hiv had occasions in which in to the propriety nf saying anything at all ou the coin- tranquiliiy placed have aroused their party in the South, and thosseeur-
I IJ
trove rn j our political I *1 at Lis (-: TIie acts of treason Rrej in fearful peril than that from which they
c
'; promise, rnf>: / nnring that the compromise wa: never prepare rp.nce. even a more theNortlxin
J !yFtei (1u lions liave arisen t-n the exteLsionof sla\e ed the defeat Seu-ard or extorted from
We liave Let* a I/ill! of particular* ngnintt! the <3emrpti' j l It in the a measure of the Drtnocrntie party as teb. and opp-v ]j the legitimate rircxluci i>f Sewnnl'i higher law IHCtnne have bat recently emerged.
4 te-rritory. arose ease of Tex s, and w.todv wing a pledge, to n pcct the Constitution and tie fugitive
a > r.nntlj.liite. It 5 is tbe foreihadow of the f und i f-ition to it never a Democratic principle, and therefore |, Lis b tff anti
; matters ia* thru voting fur the addition of uc f"ot t.( it n"t t incumlKt.t ein a Democratic Convention toro -< they are duly 'froltcn priIlg, they Cg The Sentinel saysWhen Whigs ran mad slave laxr. Instead of securing this, however
I and thin j vl.ich will be brought out in the can- i ekve tenitory to the United fc'tat *. AL! even b. -j'j 'was i-liow that be ha.s nccomplislieil more in ]le** time thrji for
fire 'who out of the way and u >tie a matter which L.\J they go for free democracy, as Giddings example'Giddiogs their action U damned with faint prals*. and they are
I vase, 8-jJ it is quite clear that the Sentinel is unxvilIPJ many ] rw-na now fcj b'ut the loudest for lil> iiotLinsj to do with the great prio'-iples of tlv partv. any other Whig in the North-that he Las thoroughly shows his faith his works. Having succeeded
erty, knew T hat liberty was, I d.-clarcd, io the city r.f by left to flounder alone or seek their way back nfe> la*
: it pLosIJ appear that there is left to Judge New York, b 1337, faud it Las been e>n record ever In flic courw of the di ou iion. however, it was apparent embodied the sentiment of his party against the institution with others, iu aMitionizing the whig party fold as best they can. The effect of their weak movements -

t Eroome one solitary comforter in the whole cf whig- fciucc, and you csn all see it,) my fixed purpose that' as tliat ultra e%e-n\re tlu>uld>*e al.idc who by liad the heretiGre oompromise bt-en as regarded H fi- of slavery. He is a good Whi;. too-a genuine lie drops the name of whig and assumes that of"free'Democrat" rather has been to lower, if possible, the toneof

8, and] under the pressure of noeigeuey true blue Whig, and, like Greelcy, cannot be that his
would I naliiy, and eli-i not utTer cbentialhruin lose who -rightly thinking purposes can the Southern Whig for there can now be DO
take Texas press;
. ( n'i hhor or trith CuL! ((0 f) Word. We expert to agree to into this country TtitiLcd the Convention to declare its jtion. TIwresnlt driven out of the party. In 1850, in a speech b the be long as the democratic
1. accomplished an ifGen.
as a fclavc State or a slave territory. Fn-m that p; never par doubt left in the minds of the most skeptical fiji&
Litre of ilmt kind of wcrl before the etf th<> e'onfmu was the unanim'oui Senate which be "bear witness to the of
I caucgh ; canvass adoption m fidelity
*
p siuon I Lave net t r departed Tlas is the ty remains faid.ful to the Constitution and the Union. Scott is nominated he will be supported by tLen.
of refolution
I i ever. We voulJlikcto inquire cf the Sentinel, truth ; and before the throne fGod, and l>fuie the the reported. the Democratic party to the interests of slavery," But GidJings is not the only whig who, while remaining this -
tribunal 'fan intelient! : The Sentinel u welcome to nil the consolation it Some few of these papers perceive USog, < >
luwcvcr, wK-tlier, rs toucLing the eompromise, there ( people, there is nothing val- speaking of himself he said- a whig at heart,calls himself a"democrat" There
- uaLie but trvtli. truth, truth. It ii not gl*arv or can derive from this confession. mong their brethren, and utter an indignant waning sgainst -
c < Lctsretn it mid CoL! WardSas? 441 citizen of the United State I*
TM > t > 'Jfreiict nm a My duty denies
i is of the Tribune lie that we are the
Grcely Li-
that is valuable ia the
commentary ; it i is not that thing called its consequence*. Of inch a character
welfare rind f
to promote tLe interest hnppbcM <
f Le n 't rj-pwl to the admssi"n of California and the eliMjuence. never of the greatest value, and often real democrats, claiming himself to be of that school Vs. In' .'
The Whig Manifesto. the people of the tinted Statv; and I hold that I owing[ extract from the Petersburg ( )
abolition cf t3 lavc trade in tic District of Colum- e-liit\OI.B hut it is that which
e ; ran btand the test of but he he hates and and
ran do so in no effectual way by going alone and iti- says shivery slave-hunting, rev, an honest candid whig sheet which hcs .LtiB( M
bui, an J did he not approve of the course of ilr. Yulee time and eternity ale ne-truth. Now it is truth that The Augusta Constitutional its from
ru the campnmiis ? And finally, as touching tic from my curliest introduction into public life up to the upon the recent address of the Seceding Theref, b the ilioehirge of my duty, Inlly my>ff faithfully to preserve party falling *
: he better tubterre the ends he medllatn > holding
present time, I never voted, I always refused to vote, tan y braces of Seward and his free-soil eoadjutors: ,
qucstim ofthe right of State to secede the Whigs; and the results of the action of the Whig cau- to such a par, at fjuid most approximate tntlr ,
a or
on
for the of inch of slave others who claim be
there
r acquisition one territory to the and sentiments that I entfrtvin. I ill on. Then again are to The ( -The result of the mii
principles Whig aucua.
rl of State ask whether the United States. cuip says-Tlie proceedings at the Whig caucus, and
question righte Great
Kcn we
; [ applause. ] do the Whig party the juctice or the injustice to nay democrat Indeed, it is quite a common thing to bearwhigssaIamasgoodademocratasyou"but the Whig members of Congress on Toe- -
nil the movements of that indicate that it is
fifxtlncl and C>L Ward we agreed I These questions Finally, to show that the entire Northern whig par party, rapidly that I have been a member of it all my active life; it while exceeding obnoxious to us h'snot b tlwisp*"

I as well as many others, will have to be answered ty is convicted of free-soil, we quote again from Mr. becoming denationalized sectional, antislavery and I will do it the great disservice to say, that n-> is a rare thing to hear a democrat say, **I am as good degree surprised us. The ruling of Mr.Marsaaft***'-

: in tie course of the summer, either through the organization, in which Southern men cannot continue matter what may happen and who may put me tinder promise resolution out of order was a foregone a*
I Wt-bster
: the and would at Abtngdon much longer to act 11 ith honor, and without the ban, I shall be the last to leave it, however whig as yOU We don't think we ever heard of an sion. Mr. Mangum, the chairman, had alresdj w*

press or ou stump we deferentially Gentleman it is well known that there is nothing individuals may disown me or the principles I main. instance, while the other cases are as plentiful as black his decision, and he had his men there to snstaa baa
dereliction of to their
J tugged to our cotetnporary that perhaps a great deal in this Buffalo platform which in general does not gross duty own section. tain. I shall adhere to it bfeauxr think cf the two berries in June. We know some whigs of high standing What win the whigs of the south say to thkl E1

vt.: c>f tine may be saved by giving the desired information meet the approbation and the entire approbation of The question now arises, what should be their proper great.partift it it thf most devoted to the cause r-f ia this State who thus talk-but what does! it all they be content to see rights for which they *'**

cow. We think- when the truth comes to be all the tchifft of the Middle and Northern St.ates.L 'course I Is it to form another sectional antagonism frefdtm and emancipation? long battled sold by members of Congress f. *

known, that Judge Broome and CoL Ward will be Burmese, now, that all of us who are whigs should go b the shape of a Southern party-to perpetuate' This is the man who now rules the Northern Whig prove t-What does the existence of a counterfeit coin would have believed six months ago. thata By*
and join the free-soil party what would be the result! prove! It proves the existence of the genuine doHar. the whig members of Congress would have*** *1?
the Constitutional Union and who is held to the of Florida
which the M
be from Whigs
found not to so v ide apart"on this party, party : up
4 very fireeatingIraswas" Why, so far, nothing would happen but that the whig If there was no genuine coin, there would be no'counterfeits fear of the Free Boilers, to declare their adherent
as our neighbor affecU to believe. If howev- party vxndd have changed itt name. That would be nature outs elemtnU, must not only b4 sectional, but less obnoxious to Southern reprobation than Benjamin the measures of the Compromise 1 What has bmtfis
and hence when hear of
:!
agree that w there has got to be no little shifting of frc -soiZ party. We should be all there, exactly vpon is to throw their whole weight and iiiflocnce b favor of the free-soilera--who supported Gen.Case b 1848 anti to be democrats, and all that, we understand at once first Moneky of December, and the whig ** *"*cit

the tame principle vpon vhieh tee have already stood -we just glance at signature and detect the cheat with the exception of tbe AboEtioiiisnvp "
; peg/*and we will only a k a minute in which to tell but then they propose to go further, and do that which of that national party opposed to agitation-opposed opposed tbe.Van Buren barnburners -who advocated olutioosspproTingof the Compromise ss 'a'fioaBJ-

; which one has u drifted* them. I agree would be a great change-and that is to- put to sectionalism, and which will bring its power b solid the annexation of Texas,and finally who urged through a northern and Southern Whigs.As The Dernoerais. too, lied thefr meeting ai>diiMts!

Van Buren at the head of the whig party. (Laughter. phalanx to sustain that feature of the Compromise Democratic Convention in his own State, the subs tanc; anjevioTencc of the spirit with which the Seward make asuwlardwlanOioo, and fcr thi were <"

I Ax !>TninEW WITH THE HoK.H ttTCiAT.p A correspondence and applause." thc'fugitive-sLive' law, which the South insists upon of the very Finality Resolution which was thrown out ; the war against the' Southern denounced by every Whig editor. Whig i fp k
Scott'whtggery
of the York Express, who visited the wnge Whig writer b the What now
We make these quotations show as ihe'test: of Northern fidelity to the Constitution I of the Whig caucus at Washington ITo country.
t rf Mr. Clay and found him b simply to the i inconsistency whigs who demand pledges of Oca Scott, we publish these denunciations? We suppose,too,thf'is
: rootn with
( company of the Sentinel in its attack on Mr.Hallett. This Address states that, what lengths will the Sentinel next go b it* the following* from the Buffalo Expms. That Seward to be played in the NaUxial Conventioa: *
: friend from New York
two a few days Ago, thus describes who has never identified himself with a free-soil party, "(So far from the opening agitation upon the slavery determined hatred of the Democratic party t organ jumps upon the member from Florida, Mr. too, 'mum' wilt be th.'pOliy. No declaration*

hu appearance; that we remember, nor stood up and beckoned to the question our avowed object is, and the effect of the of cip es_no platform,but eTerythiogon trust "

"There is hardly strength enough b his hands to BuCalo! fanatics, as Webster did M propositions we assert must be, to terminate agitation The whig! party of the Sonih ft the Union 'and CabeH, and speaks a sovereign State audits' whole whigs of the South stand quietly by and see ibs

convey food to his mouth,and Le is helped to and from saying, Come to us by assuming as a starting point for the canvas that Southrrn'Riqhttpnrtyofthe South and it never can representative" as contemptuously uifwe wen a party of the nation turned over to the tender

)Li is bed like a feeble child. He rises very late, and as -we are of the same stripe with you-we are exactly the, entire party. North and South, faithfully abide be rallied to the support of Gen. Scott-Macon ((6..} mere dependency, holding our existence at the will of of the wretch Seward and his confederates in

he t ld me,Las not known for a long time what it was upon your platform !1"-while at the same time it affiliates by the law as it exists, and maintains the Compromise Messenger.. the Ncrth: If not, then we mvoke taem to act while it,*

.. ti onjov au Lour of sweet refreshing, natural sleep.._. with these same "wbigs of tbe Middle and North; measures as a 'final settlement of the exciting It is demanded that the whigs of the North shall- Where under heaven in the fc>day, for if they do not they will soon Ub
I old forest oak beautiful in ks questions they embrace.' How is it thisposition except resources of* the black of Free-Scatism.'
But like an event decay. possible that the of adherence to the night
States and will either T themselves grounds
era gladly ebcter place upon boundless boundless
support from
impudence
or or a folly, a chap
afford
undimmed. basis
is He
both for
: The lustre of.ibis eyes sees ean renewed agitation, un themselves
| Fillmore for the Presidency- and the artful ices there is compromise and fugitive slave law, pledge Florida etin find strength to sty to Ike people of the '
and ,knows his friends. The grasp of ins hand is asftrtcnt aye a determination not to abide by that settlement to incorporate them into their creed, suppress'all at &* TteWaaLmgton correspond* the
United States -who shall President orwbo sballnot
earnest and kindly impressive'' as ever it was. dodger" whom ,Seward has b training, rather than The principle vc aaert nay be .vtoteed atconriftently at their disenmiotfor'repeal The demand is too JT
tempts be President, we are,at a fee*to wis.. Yet one Cab rrn rjf says:
Hi* tofec eontinuesto be all sweetness and melody, exceptwhen the fire' loaves by the opponent of the 'Coinpromuemetntret g
the and
give up: spoils, two fishes, accompanied with a threat that if tbe party dot.oot,
eU a of that State it has "Ilw i not ItcethtIatpssst b a
; its tours are moved by that bodily weakness at by th*.e eke.. rxertiont enacted thevCVowf'm representative puissant ( Whlf party now >
which constitute the sole thus.pJaoe itself Southern ground, it .shall cease of t'-
now remaining principles upon one whoieYrprtseatatfo, the State cf New York has Hen of
for him to ad it is al-
wfcioh tnakes terypabful it painful for him to. speak speak long.- Bot ,thc thewbigpa ttIewellknowothatthecnly compromise this spirit the National Denocney, North to receive Southern support It is made,by, a portion but 83)>hs* jost isrtMd s. nkas to DM effect that BO Seward; the asrt cfanfWTJO of zts usdyb

trays greatest blessing which God vouchsafes to dying man respktioQs'that havener [been past in that and Sooth, are ejoubtimprepared ttfespood to the of "Southern wait theis'd41a4 whig members by ail of OMr'eonttitvrntt Congress/ item ,' man shall be elected President this year who is ni& > Sotrtbera Unisw party, Mr. Clay attesep !!1cli.
by oIeUsQ1rC ith 1Iaioe'sConpron this. $* Z1
: demand of the Southern'Whiga/*frfcrnoerats will! e mss.ii., by pvuzeuoeis
Ma' S /State, faIdiusttlweri it wtmld be r ufd'a* it mU bivovs-AUxMy E.ss- 'aDd ole before the worda mdu
has that rf mlud 'which tie world M genrdJexioa almighty Sooth.If fron>his keh n>4 r. bat his
Afle ..canBoifter cheerfully accede to the prineipU ofo.sesticf the
peace Journal. '
andaa inte'Ject as'uncfotraed. i enacted, by the Democratic State CoQTeoUon S ing T .t the North,had"not jmt redeemed Thfs.11OTh1j and his elosest ftOowen araelanIB
give mr takeaway, which slavery agitation. The is from the authorised of the 'ftrte wnt bf the Bands of (01
brethren the
.as iii the day of it* greatest brilliancy. Most Dominated .Boutwefl. Mr. HalleU introduced foregoing exponent | Berate and does J000.0t Up qIsS

of his (heights are devoted to that change of cxistenes those resolutions and secured their passage, while They"are not willing to adopt the Compromise asfllurtrstiv notorious Seward. Weowmneod k:tothewhige'ofFkrieht fed 1** sod:hh I ;:m.wbote_A <*State u* 9 oz'bftho'ss4tha1 'j' amy d Clay wiLb lnt I1 ts 1tairIWb 111i S"rt1oS .

frora.wbkh oooe of is :are..exempt, aad (hat s change Wkttkrop, the whig candidate wkotn Mr. CabeU twice of their principles, nor tot beorpurate it as .: ': I.1; atf yits ir ovij b'M' W.h wffl.walteeUlary. 'Ud J f*atosa a.-' iJ

S may eorne b au hour or day, ,pf)ft may,be postponed Tdtod-ioir for Speaker, and wham the Sentinel a pjirtpf their creed. But they will abide by1 the law r J.J '' T t 1 i :! it J ; ,( S 4. J '5--- t -. Slcggc
tiU the sprioff or summer flowers Aide sod exists said maintain the the B r,
it that
n&ttntime.'Mr.; : Clsf b tranquilly prepared for the messenger .ul'M.b1a4e7a3ueb' : im gpJ the as Compromise measures deoaa is istndsMigr 'Why-iryob aw t ot master of 'HT A Te* payer states '
final settlement of iiU vn' v: Stat. Anandfulof wihb*
whenever -W 'and as questions they embrace.ty u yoni- own even. Indians Stress !
isom**, hereeteHts o his-
mdidebtifled"himself
8ileat like, the grave, 'land yet .meWJotaEka UMJ
,bjn gw y OM xka0e*abeo*tlsftj war the
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dthb .
& It
4ngtIsti
spirit, tiaUfcjngn .to aO 'mtontt'W purport, with the Chariseiontbft song oprtaiityupoithq lips' t f.'ehroblnjAHismseleiVv -
A of the
correspondent
: Washington yeidmoekony tb1i'tes
may be presumption in him to say so,he looks forward higbethrwiaoatics; who7 ate fa'A.-a letvknt nM gradte, and yet warm*with JsspiraMueBc tisti :Mt.Ksflgg
to tie world l>cya4U ej aTc with taitb in'God. and <* ? Io e *, Mj ; 'eayi.- A- I :*! '. heaEt-iaunoUe'Ik4 s t kid what the 1
that Tl a better life. lie Js a metbex1 ootth1. .7tth. Hortlem DeinocraUeOoavwitioocH jijJ looks dot 'We can -

&ntof the Epi o"pal Church, and-jEBMstf'tbV far Sri1 jiL cj1 *u1 # LS cswm. have the larjpsstlnnmber of voteato. start aay that th rty.cc z. man who pan a rnoizt'C wi.;bwebe resesisd ba trw

' I books-Ql y ntha ord4r God stwrpwsti* must : : r : __ witk.lotHw: two-thirds ,wiU bt oaattaii>aU >..rTbsjealprmea" it iipeaS*,-TMTh. 4ii IjMbanmtaJr th1-I4Jth atteoskm-to ss Labsard >TpparttMr' o ths"part the session oftbe COaar -18IaSUS7. k he

ooscuoosP1&ee.! >>w; -* I Drtcv >bu. ,Wnr..-.A despatch from ..cnattlans..csi between UM Can, Buchanan, and Douglas wbsoh tt hant & *. a o r< ip o.iQQe Ky.ku>k d. .pt,u; ,:. ; -dtinscL :- : .. :-i.-

are so"gre t,*that they "cannot be reeoocurd.Tfcetcfom yakifl of I---- S --T-:: ,_ II,
? daesW4Ls ,Dkea$1 tit meg Liberty.-1ti ; e' diup GT.Cor.Heaat'of South ClhjUna-has
'rbe appointed .
c73 mov rt tfs'dcolral t _
: sbodd Cats foil, some third man will frobaW martyr blood wuTirr e Idti4v S ;
of Mrs.:Xmeli*J Wclby, cue of th* mast may F.DeSu' Ef; of'CohJmbia; kr.VftAJti
fhsi.t4& parU of theE kbow that popular po- ; \r pitched trpoa: Fw* a man as Butler Dielnn dams &ii&ig sp lt Thh1btI .dupi to" ne 'Parto1t !I''f
eLEdIttis: carrying crrrrthiD.wjiLb iipU current.thr otA'sses of ihWe;who feroierlr wrote a .desl) t T t -". A- \j.t> li ._-i *- .
great son Marcr, or Lone.' The l last.tint, b all prolnbtli- the higher the tHt.will. ov rftiw or: wjfl, brceithrongh. .5 what.qszspste .zalL. -
JI. will LS'r f' rths 'ftbc-tsti'vsl q,* cr the -i rmluic vt*' ..tme1i'i' S tv. I Bow ami nd.-re and L' pe.? tA, .:; -r --'sf-I-i







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tl* ,. < $pjitUiry !! J1.$ 4II1-LlLI .,,. *J t aAei'ii nuik the lUST received1 Wbtwes-of-tin 'alwve, with direr iOTiisuit drew patterns '

# $48, day more sIJp.iL adIs irayaieup&.t. : Ni.hg.4zr" people of tlattateeflt* to U derived > 'r 40 BuSn 6 JacoMt .

icaHy insisted sz ._ by K tiugB<>Oiiirr.to their brioemt; IBrdigtl ar1l !.v ;Ts1t O-WobdColla- 124 1- -

*I_.mrrI ; Chamber of CuLWikiusOstanisiitt*, bs ths..inebtun of.ptItwfltle&ea down, pelrIk Wsmsa. -
OMB lately ; : wesk bu 'V ; ; .i.- -. :t .L
if lecturing apoo the subject belurj Priaoe JUbert and ,sickly focttteie ve morebteB (tin were .- it Sale; ofLinda. kB -- :, nAjrilU5i.SU
: frtar.. the Society of Arta,' ItV.'Dastsy Mr. Clay ;k less feeHe in health now bot hr is io ever saved byalUhe SBMfrines ever sold- taking the 16FEMALE
$ :*. s"! atrongly crged the ; certificate of doctors and for Lit an'nrnVr from the Juo> of tbe'CVerrit ,
true but read
vain for tbe Mtioo look druggists
to to bis ;
Next
'h (A. the recovery. the document. ; j .* TJfar Court-of the Middle District of Florida,I iwtll eat-
growth f eottoa invaarandcred this GeL Jsabso I doc**vMfaerany ns m tin United y : .COLLEGR JOfv8oatb
and
JLloc-baa SCDdIiUedU : ; zkI'uPIj lH t TettimenyL-Zn tLe 1840 I started -pus* aal at public outcry, to the highest bidder,
II
is-d moe urg by. .iuitt er Mjuytd saeb bocmdlm popularly, or year Mfera tk
Court Howe1 door
m QUMCJ; c Monday
: bnsloesa in the
city of'Boston, with cash of >WeUm -
Georgia.rpHTS
exercised such a capital
supply from the VD1ISditeI in&tb,iii nodisputed sway over the bearta'andniad the
aa. and 14th Har of Jmte next,within legal boarf, tb fotlowmjrXwwls J
$5.000
t the the rning tt tit 2&T'3i petition in the asnufactw. of OUa1S risf of jcoaitnrnMB. With City, s1bbun.-Web- store at, moderate a good fcJr credit, I hired me a good ,belonging to tbo estate of Jna G.Rawla; Seminary.lecti4MVifla Nova,Bear
to Vi3 ]T. wad ably 4&caaMd In the1.d atcr'and CMS will terminate the great cycle .of to business a rent applied myself industriously late ofOadeden Ooonty.deccaMte wit? bert, Randolph Cosaty; up oe J on tba Igtb
my Jn.1642.1 took account of stock
an ,
American
Jourbali, we flunk the general torn t rthf dl statesmen Iftibalrbave nanature Caesars The S H of tswS W instant under is-'
:d biovhdp ttnder diffl- > e and iaxl tb& Iaa toio.' worse vttn when I 4 { of Sec 9,- thE f of the ,
VflIW'V4land1dIlj4Othe; snotha and psfcteet edition* of Foxes and Tmllevnuida LaJ. iS W i of Bee 10.the S K J of-the If W J of Sw 10, At the close of tbeb frui tbSJII

te inaDj.yeara befcrt (Wbottonjnllh.of LtneatUre bemfter. Lq God protcstTthe country 1 f in nd h4IIibt. TWa etijUtal been sank and the Y; 4 of the S E4 of8.r-. sum Tt. Rt, the Itutitntioa am w>tedt%*,c 4l.? ,

b. Eebiibaa4tiii1oep can depend opon receiving aajr Baterial crupoition of The indepewhtt Aetim of the Southern Whigs Who me,xpen but as it. .wswthtJrs. >f *rather nsin aWaraged. and I North anti Watcoataimag>24399-10O$cret,>mor or The nemoon of lbs j sQUvu.*> k-f present, thPresJd
yl> K;
nrA' *.waking op, and rub- the raw material from auy otter eouree than the United refuse toooHBitthtat0-tiuea| who do not commit. was but little kZ4i. yeur 1 less. ,Her.JL TJ10UL13 A UPJOHN HULL
.00 ,1 'ntiIJ ftan -
StateaV Tf "this be'so," and you.cannot ,increaae themselves to prbcipbs, is already carped at by thatportiaa otheryear., Mr. creditors thought and frii>odft try ELIZABETH AWL&-Adznx.; LUTREfl, A.L vJTh C.4L&R9;and

your cctt o-frowiDg lands,norby Improved cultiration. of jthe partisan frets which is ready to p f..r that J ae&urclran reoftnunended May Ky 1852. 19 Bt -_ Miss ARTWILSQ .- .
$Jn At docion of the THMga; of the State Increase the produce of the present .oottoo-prodnrmg the spoil and ask no qntstions: but neither the parti- which; join I did. and ia tngine company, both of l>iresid Ql b no'weispanai 1th L.di. of'

:1d rclativ* to sendbg Delegates to the area, it is evident that the price of be raw material tan press- |wr prufessiotal politicians b and out i>f affairs and f.-uud that 18I3JI if I could again sell took account stock of mv Thomas Hcghes Hincs, known literary- merit,who will be : must rise from the combined Congress, ecjoy.ibeegnidguee .f'the people in a sufficient nty out at 1 nd the ftwo4 of Cat-
!! 7c *fnlionl ; effects of a limited and the marked priee I should lack just f 1500 of buying iilorccy and Councilor it Lair, .ee may required
jiSn1 said .Convention to the degree to make or unmake The '
to
jOaoates give stationary supply and an increased demand. men. popular lege. and of $ feel siserd
8"*.*? M Of the people of the 6tatenpon those The following are some of the striking fact connected tendency i is to disregard professional politicun*, money of en'mghtpy the pry dbts.. I had anetengain."t TROUPVILLE, GEO, that the several Department Till be represented by
arise and what and to take tie U'a'jibes ot the one brother ih the church for f 200; Ll practice in the Circuit Courts of Thomas
*"? hki willrertamly Whig with the cotton question : partisan press not xvhich w.i competent fJofessors sod LectareH.; jr
q1 J>at* to decide such important questions Mrted Ia 1800 the raw cotton imported into Great Britain Amounted with one grain but with many grains of salt to say some that said was good; tbis would reduce my inuebtednesi Lf-wndes, Clinch Ware, Appling. and IrwmCounties The ciurse of study ia dtided ,into.three Depart'meutd

,upon his own responsibility f to. .. .. ... .. 6,000.000 pounds. nothing of the magnesia To male amount.-but he never paid it. in Oeorsfta, and in Jefferson. MaJIaaa, Hamilton rJid each Department into (wo,CLusta.PBIMABY
tbort I failed
or meeting is to request Mr. Ca- In 1815to. It is believed now that Genl Scot will come out a long tory -bun-t up- and Columbia Counties in Florida.
I jntion . .. .... ..100,000,000, went tn smnsh and all frl.-n'la and creditors DEPAKmEW.Tlie .
VlStnaithe Whigi of this State to re-elect him In 1835 to. .. ... ... ... 400,000.000 with a strong compromise Better/but as a prudent my and pronounced April !4, l82. 16DAOUEBEEOTYPE
me ruin
the Disunion man he will of course bide his time. His friends bclyv a man. to make it sure, they itt ela. of this Department 'win be principnlly -
notwithstanding
In 1851 to... ... .... .. ... lOO.OOCWKX). turned me out of the diurch.
t ', ve hibtted an unuraal desire to appro- or about 1,000 tens a day. For no less than seventeen that there is no necessity of his committing liint-cif I i litfle lu 1845. I contrived ini LIKENESSES.CFR employed b Spelling, Jicading and Defining-f-
before the action of the Democratic National Kt u money, with whi.h I bonrfit a few go ds. BID AL Artist late from NCT M
otl tlte otBces. -lionng by the twentieths of this raw cotton Great Britain U indebted Comeu York may tuition per term w,
.t,1eulv of the Loaves and Fishes,"ulti. to the United States, the remainder being received tic.'ice.; if that convention tail to endorse the c.m- j I gnt. W BI* 1n'c) and cnrds print.sl, nnd fnt them to found fur Ji few days in the Reprtwentatrve In the secon J class wfll be tangjit Mental Anthnictic -

r !e1cT this confederacy and destroy this from India, Brazil, and Egypt About one-seventh promise platform, there u no need of the "Whig*il"- every bt'.m one to I could in think firl of tic conwqm nee was, they Hall of the Capitol, when he t ill be pleased to take Geography, Ac.tonioo per term, 10 QtJ
come tridtn
wonder and admiration so, and u toe Democrats the | little.! I wntiuueil topu.h Likcne of such as may call Um. Hours
is u the of1dI part of die whole amount of cotton imported into Great mg adopt pUUorm, U n.Scott's upon ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT.In .
I the cariL* and Lida, ansi l also tond-\rtise in the it thc until
Britain 11 in the letter will read as well in the Whig dun t.i-j from 9 ) morning 4 in the evening, either
ifl the wcewor of Goremor Brown be six hundred exported millions again of raw state: therefore two as if published in advance of it The same labian wv ppapers, and cufctrtmTS caine in from all psirts of in dear T cloudy weather. He lias a'l the late improvcimot the first class will b? ta glt Arithmetic,

nd lX's r* 4 tat the support of the people! Or least were manufactured pounds are msnnfaetured.orat the hut policy,I which retarded the entrance of our nrny i the eijuttn-. I vx'n had to enlarge ny tore,. and I *. May S. 165?. 13 Grananar. History Ac. Hirition per term 15 .00
during year-in flOA (1')' a bisfrer busine titan man on the stre.Lup In the second class will be taught. Algebra, '
y.Ward need a nomination t Do the British factories where into Mexico, it is thought will prove eventually EIcessful {-| any ;
yon
be s will be el*>ctcd by the spontaneous a million and a half;of people.they The give cotton employment used b disposed to- b regard to the East Room of tie Whit erearin.I keep my advertting and iity b'l'-iiw-bs keejw in- -Children's and Youth's Clothing, Rhetoric Natural History, Ancient Eatery, | > .

*?0flflFridianht Orareetoh&vea of in something Eke the Howe. 1CST reircd by W. 1'. ITCIIELL. tc.-tuition per term, 15 TO -||

Oovemor f One-tenth wasted b the following of manufacture proportions: Chevalier j Hulsemann Las at last left these ci2gin! < I i I have p-t $15.000 itvcitcd ii c.vd stuses-I own ,_, May 8, 185. 18 tf COLLEGIATE DEPARTMENT. [ | *'
f'ir process b re- tie lltu-.e I live m. anti it i* worth *75M>__
: I a opp ?eJ t dirani-m in cnv form orSStoi fuse. Ac. Of the remaining &&0,000,000 pounds, one- to try the water cure at Graffenberg. or some li -
ee ? 7w/b I hope that Prcs- fourth is worked up for home consumption, the other retired romantic spot in Germany. He hcs. In-fou mid 1 l.a\e"7iudoffall nsyli debt of 1M2. Tbw Botany, Chemistry, Miueialogy,. Logic |

*r1nvne will receive the nomination of the three-fourths manufactured into goods fur exportation. his departure, written an insolent letter address.-d t> I .itribue to-yonr alniltiiible unhealtliv '"PITT! 'nWribori will purchase WOOL on npplcn- ic.tcitiun per term, SO OO
to
gE TliRt] Delegates from florida may The value of the cotton mamifacturcs of last year is the Government, reflecting on the public and private hiMiiCbC of Jetting tl.c ib'iV remedy know what an J tMJTl either t<> ThPtn,cl-, in Qujupy. csr to D. C. In the second! claw will be taught Natural Pin- i r

tttted tci roe for him. Also that Mr. MaxMr. estimated at 45.003,000, of which about two-thirds character of j Mr. Webster. The only answer to P-VI doing, jiud wl. tjou want to p: d] the" you ure Wilson. Enq: TaU&iabt 1rwtTpIY, the 1a.V U.Iu.ronx1., EV4.SS..
that CaVll can beat him farther are believed to have been paid b wages. About 800- nn epistle dictated by the pride of lively-the H'i-. If tliin certificatevill L- tlw .i through press.- May ?. 1652 18 8t FORMAN 6 MUSE. of Chnstniur. ic.-tuition per term. .40 100-
cf avin '
r ;Besrdfwss beaten two rears past And ai&nnme.thc 000 tons of shipping are yearly employed by the various sfon livery 1 mean w'liich Austria now wtVS-ou ht mm saluted &H I means ? one poor Pupils in the Department of Music will be charged
ir. wu <
ctn M
> tnyoljrctistd.
Democratic> candidate for Governor operations incident to the cottou trade Every ra- to be for any administration that may succcod n"t toi y njp Notice. 49 per amran.iructi'n f

beecime f ] m if George T. Ward is 1 lii* nation of a farthing in the pound upon the price of the receive Mr. Hulsemann on his return. Let tie f a-iln C. Siutr, Jr. LI por ona. rrcditori', legatees entitled to Uirili m this Rrcdt, Lath and French laaguajcs -

EAtTiU "vbv be will wake cp like the man that.Aturxm'itfuck raw material affect the annual consumption of Great pursue las flight, and let the duck take to the TV.itv.. A Pii.onDn\T C :ru A vriutig from San A .'i.in. in otherwise ?ntrre.tt.,l j in the
,' ? enquiring if the lightning Britain at least 500,000 sterling. So perfect is the This is in accordance with natural law, if uot with ti.; '' FrauLeo to lie Newport .JWi/-jvrton trl\a the Jo-epli Joyner. late of JefTor on County. Florida, dear. l>oanL. ith ligLtsauJ washing cau le obtained in

Ju'y ik.Dei cotton machinery of England, Mr. Barley it far law of nations. i following! rpa c rTack ''L'of the'rank find file men. I hnve written exceeds that of any other country, although sap France The difficulties in regard to the Central American I| ;Ln.: KT* :- demand* within two years from this date to the cnlerUai"J. The Trustee are determined to ie every effort tcr j

; iat iU be .,mected cf we takes the lead of Great Britain b beauty of design b qucstiou are all as good us settled between the Ui.i- ..T\r' <' >r"C"n 1 v- ; %* pfrsw iirl the hotel r>r the came will be barn ; and all persons sustain a School equal to any hi the State: and they

irfjxjuirc mUe the ,. j.v. jw J never know how to go tovrk printed cotton fabrics;timt cotton yarn lias been ted States,England, Costa Rica and Nicaragua, to lb tl,i- tl'.flii.2. j"-st from tij miotta uun uii'i wife.Tlie .- indebtesl i to tlic said deceased, are reqte"ted to makeinunhte bfelievc that the system of inatructwn whidi ther-
produced
trttil I I have to do. So I iicndeue so wonderfully fine b texture as to beimpcrccp- satisfaction df all parties in interest England vnll tnali i-IiJiam; looki f.r all tI.wurM like a payment to have w1'pteal will ecirre to the pupil a thorough o&antcompWied

( the &lx>ve.ft tible to the naked eve unless placed upon a dark sur withdraw from Central America, Costa Rica will .].- j[ (!:1V-lalre. mid fh, female I' .ro n close resembbr.c'eto EMZAIiETII; JOTJTER QtnUCcd Eccutrix..Jefft'aon educatkm. The great object aimed at

Sltfl hfte eoiu'enti)13'T county meeincr, ? face. The length of a hink of cotton is 840 yards ; it tain all the territory which beltings to h -r under tl.e :ui L *! tkul'iim. SLe vrrrc mirsc. \-i:1trbrgois. C'uutv, May 8, 1S52. IS 3m .ill 1t tO gvC char.cter to the young ladies,and that

S1iil ve send uVli' *tes to the at oual ConvenbnH would require more than 2,000 hanks of this goesamer laws of nations by the most indisputable title, and Nicaragua cud t<> l-er jji'J'e! wrs fAehid a gold watch acid c'laij. kin'l of mental and moral discipline 'which will tthni

cotton to weiifh one pound.' Twenty-five pounds of will obtain all she did not insist upon bv lior., valiK-d at l
n t Vf nbffc fliM'r nominntion f or this delicate fibre would encircle the globe at the equator. minister. With Mexico our relations continue 1 to I I..4 i left th !j ,t*l for half an hour ann turned with a reet'ipt hcnIw; after the fIrst publication of ttiii rrtic?, The JpiLs of the Inrjtution .will be required to
from all and fight alone f S embroiled. She is weak and impertinent, ts if her '' for liivlrot] attend public -i Lip on every Lord'* lay, bat the
SbiJI! we cut lo"* parties ni' end tiftt-ru t!.ii:=.iiid d"ar!! th** VJ I v.ll FTe't recount and vo'iclier> and ,
Eh H M .CiWl! returned to Congre s f It is a curious fact b the statistics of cotton that a- back were itching for another whipping It cannot i lvalue of the Cu-l vhioL lie Lid jut eonsgn-.d frt ply to tK> Juve my of Pr.bate of Loon County r for ap-1 a in trucU< ns of parent and guardians respecting the

flail Qwrge T. Ward \>c tbe next Governor? bout 260,000 barrels of flour,costing about threefourthsof be denied that the treaty of Gauclalubc Hidalgo was t tr.1nsrkrttIin t' New T?rk. This Him Lfl" Jtn rinnl ciHcluirsrc from adniiiostration of the estate plnce of wi>r liip, shall be observed.
Disunion T million all patchwork, and may lead to other quarrels. It \ .d din.! The J my The next Terra will cemrneace on tia tllrd ilon-
/it! we for Pnimi or a sterling, are consumed annually b the process spun Ly }lt1ls'rnIl dug wliil.-d the wife ol Gal-riel Brittle, deceased.
viable iaformation is a plant of slow rrowtli. of starching the fibres whilst being spun. Charles ought never to' have been ratified ira lxiL assisted by Lcr little sun, aged about ten NATHAN IIOT.T, AdmV.NavS. day in August.

s'I ." Dickens, b n bite number of his Household Words," 9 jears." 18C2. 18 tini Jl W WAREEir,

$ after enumerating the striking fact of the cotton trade, Ex-G vernor Jones of Tennessee.It Stcrslary of the 2da.ru of TntZcei*

*Prospect of the Union of the Democrat says. : appears that this worthy gentleman who c PORT OF ST. MARKS. Notice.LL FeLrurry 25. 1S. 8 Cm

ic Party in Georgia- 'Let any great social or plrysical convulsion vwit gusty oratory occasionally] disturbs the U. S. Semt, crediti'rs.legatee", entitled to tlL-irl-
into our columns, the the United States, and England would feel the shock is not so anxious of being President or Vice Presidentof I --- 4 person' H. G. FAKKELL'S ,
ffteveTicrcr copied says tjLijion.) nr oth rww inter*"tcd in tli estate rf
from Land's End to John Groat's. The lives of the United States, as to be tie hangman of all the ARRIVER -
Uuim of the 8tii (nst. an article which near Jeze yield*, Ltt of Jefferw.n County. Finridii! dcrea ETrF. Arabian Liniment, is 'a most estranriVJ
Tiiiniton Iv two millions of our countrymen are dependent upon enemies of the Union! This is the fHoc Lesetottp May (I. Bark R. II. Oaml>X ltomer, New York. '
medicine the frith olthich l Is
J. noticed to exliil.it IK-T| cla-Ims and tlinary placed
pre a nore p'.casurc t'uan the one which i is subjoined the cotton crops of America;their destiny may be said his claim to in his recent speech in New York, at tie it). $dd- B.th. Ttri:1a. demand'e are-within hereby tt o from thw dati* to the m- beyond doubt by the vast sale, of the article and
(
fat tbe "Federal L'nion" of Georgia, headed Daldrn. without any sort of hyperbole, to hang upon a thread. last anniversary of the birth-day .if Mr. Clay. Wo CLEAR CD. iltrid, or the eam4t year will rx l Jarred ; and nil persons the ciaiy cures l ein daily rerfotmed by if, which

.* Jt breathes the true fpirit. It is the manly exjrssswof Should any dire calamity befall the land of cotton, a copy from it as follows : Hay T. S.-Lr.Medoiia O'Neal. Nexr Orl< nn in'Ieb'pd tsp the! rail deceased1, are rc Uf-tcd to make previony! bad resisted alt other medicines and the}
thousand of our merchant ships would rot idle b dock "He said here what he said in the south. and 31ewishtd '
; 1 i. liloonu best in Ihe world. It is
the patrijtisn* which, ia the pursuit of n Lng r. PiVkrnan, New York. immoJiatc pavrocnt to skill ol the physicians cornpostl -*
ten thousand mills must their busslooms it to be known in of tli
stop ; two every portion < Union of baUam extract and 'peculiar tn
joinr WOOTE: Admr.Jp.T gum
pat public interest, sacrifices with cheerfulness the thousand months would starve for lack of food to feed that he bad a scorn, ineffable, withering and eteninl, IN POUT. .< Arbiposissing r, in a concentrated form, all :
Triti-li Park Chri 8.1152. 1 ? I
tiia. Saundcr" r rr. Creinty, Mry mfTMIK
"
poouil feelings whith embarrass the exertions neccasyouI them. -London Corrtpondence of the Xutional Intelligent f JT those miserable demagogues, north and south, rIo P.drk 4hetr etirr.'t4ting, Anodyne, peneUalir.g, nncutou
it. IL Gamble. the
Cam-
JIoi.merunlniing :
,r. seek to foiet thcniaelvcs into power upon WPti 'nali ; ub.rnibcr will the and revulsive ties, and the arce which,
: i Mr will keep utiniii; aca'on. a propei ages
to Atna-0tce Cedar Ke to load.Oriole .
ties. If be had the power he would damn them {politically g" ( ; ) JL full assortment nf the 'lowiig article!, whchLc 340. were used l by the JJo-'s of the Uesejith
We invite altection the article flri
to-diy.s. thkcn from the Georgian to over the ITxj eThe: Atueus Eintttr, a Constitutional Union ) so low, that the thunder of the laat rcsurm- ; ltrandtSpragne.. Booth. ins itcs purcLitocrs to rail amid i ee-cud will sell atc seci'! miraculous success, in curing the diseases of

rp'Jrtof pae; "Baldwin." The writer bis! views Democratic paper, says that 8,000 Union Whigs, formeily tion could not route them. 9 JOT ; rice; as caa bo h-id 11 th.r city both nin; and bcatt. '

vrJiclermu and and sustains presents them by an of the Cherokee] region were represented in the He would hang, if he had the power, very nan rcoi ideiu, BE hl.'isnn-, Head(fit fol/otrixsremat*all? turn* icfiieft sliculdnf
eogeacy. OBITUARY.
opposed to this Union. Hang them cs high cs Un- ii lrr
Bulk P.-rk, Ny Ieo: >rn> : o jlaceII.
iblf cpneat Tbe pisiti m i is substantially the eameutetieD late supplemental Convention at Ihlledgevflle, who man. The office he would seek would bo high nlxn "Ilirk from the toml a doleful sound," SlirnJ.kr. South Cnruliia F.ice, C. FARRLLL'S ARABIAN LIXLMETiT

bv oun-elvcs in our issne otTues-lay last avow b advance their intention to adhere to the Dem- that of President-that of hangman to such traitors." TIjit roniler.cL iimrtai tie: Stgi-ei&rd: Hams, Fre'-h Com Meal, For legend any sifltil'tr rrmrdrr.

-4it a,4at tie when democrats it of Gemgia who opposed should cratic party upon the adoption by them of the fixity Bravo, Mr Jones I These are fine, fair words, truly 1, ]" are f>uud: Piaii liii Java Coiit-e in small mats, About a yeTand a hilt aij .a stttllina jraneij
tivCvyrxmse; was an open questin ; and many a man will read them over with Are rttly f. tnd to d.c. in vile' tor3ch, STtl'iIlv iacrejsrng mnniil .i2t
approval. bc the Back
t-v bjirto the Jvcii.it n of the \v ill of the State, of the compromise.C X. O. i>own Scjr-r, mv
popular
But you are not the best of counsellors, cv-u it iitcatr.e a lare? as :5l, and 'e lliar
t:1 laws 1 the c'uutrv the Tcr.acqred D<--n.irted tin's lifvon the momin r>t the 11 tli in- Vrt-i! nicy du. do. Rio r.y 5'wre
: cpp'ttL (' repeetiug Mark if you would make, as you n great hangmaa ,he uW cot bear the least sine it wilb-
the say '
frim Mezic3. 3ald'rb" otrs the : course of the whig papers South towards taut, after f.f faithful iefnneht! in the Clarified do.Stev White Whine and Cider c pre open
rcnnyycar
Gen. Scott. He is to {be the candidate. They At this moment you nre up to your eyes in an rntflg1 f- art's Clarified Sugar, out gi iiflt her extreme pain. 1 got the advice nf
; denierats Cel. ySOiU1Inu a a mciigrdtnl with the friends of Cea Scott ord several relations rif rife nn:1 nutLer, llr". RAC1IELP.UTLKR
r1ire the divui of the democraticftt showed a virtuous indignation tome time ago at the in T to nmkc yourself 5. I eaif d- Cookir? Wine, our bct doctors and they ditTered in opinion about
two MIS mme of Scott. They would have none of him. But Vice President Who arc these friou Js \ Lm-k consort of Cot Robert Butler, of Lalt'n Crushed da Lamp Oil, it ; some said it was an Ague Cake or Enforcement

tuiy meet That ground we believe evciy the *igns became oainious froTn the North thnt Gen. around you. Why, almost at your side in the SeiuU Flon'la. Granulated do. Lard of Ihe Spleen ; rne, thai it was an EtlaiKfrnenl

SiSrtjf'ji! desiocral will accept, and upon it ajreetotoi Scott, and no one else, would do. The tone of the organ sits the Northern Scott leader-the man who lias k- Powdered do. Sweet uWorcester the Ovaries ; and other said it was a Turcor nf the
Tacre ia ni ncssity fir the dctnvr.icy ofCfejiitftbe elated that there i law" SI:* wa "nddi-nly talcrn ofT by p. violent at'aclr of
"lijrher ,
than
begin to elringe.: Scott is a great man. deserve a the CtuiMitution Leaf Lard by the keg Sauce and Orarics. and Could not becnrcd except by criling it
diviJoJ any longer, eiocc the Com proit well of liu country but still he won't do. Still louder -that mnn is Scward. Ore fi-rSoott with j Cyranclic Lnryngroa,leaving 5.cr f-uully deeply w>rrow11 .. -* br the barrel 1 others out. In I this critical jiti tii.n, 1 was persuaded la

*lAM been madi- the law of the Isnd. nd all men rolls the Scott tbunJcr. Whig editors South begin all the ardor of his nature; PO are Tlmddeu Sfc ens 'ff.with many -inetre friends
n ffilib;to abi Jt by it as a pJ'mfle1itett1ement ofQw to shiver b their shoes. It's and Wm. r.JuLrwon-and so are all the men who strange as it may appear upon the third application
easy now to see the aidl.c wa willing and ready to die.!i Submis-ion to Syrup by the half do. Cayenne Pepper dr.
( it-
In with them and has continued
act the
South.
against Do iaow, fir. be began to improve, petting
whole These yon
process. most patriotic,resolute, and uncompromising Brov n S'oap.fniall boxes Salad Drevdog,
&eUKni-riqi1s! democrats thakc hands thC the will i.f Providence i is the Chii-tun'
; can on Union will then defend that but for thee men there would have been no Secession duty, and whole better daily until now she is as well as ever- DT
wbigs apologise, Caziith-s in and hail Soda BiVcuits,
craal uf CoL Jackanfresi1n on.and bury their feudf then commend then recommend then applaud. The party b the South, and really no Abolition gives to our bereavement n consolation the world loxet, Pic Sic Crackers, joying excel'eiit' health.PeomMarch5lS49..

tia tthegra\e:l *hh us patriotism.other We terms ask no tbantliose Union democrat of further they go the faster until, like the Ethiopian troop pnrty of the North f And yet you arc TW erger IUM! |' knows not. We have given htr l hotly to the silent! Starch in 1 Ib. papers, Water D. ATCOXNELL.- ,
upon pcr- to unite with these ;
any willing nun to into the Prc.-i- a.
in the railroad overture.? they all take fits of eccentric put the flutter "
fualit Ho\re\ we may have differed with tomb, to await its resurrevlion. and believe her spirit by box.
to be checked the election returns dency a man like Gea Scott wh> 14 the ziot.r "i- j Ciii".idate Starch PIlot and Trend [ llobertHILds.Pvsfmaster.sa-sj
raptures only by Cf
.
rn Navy ,
*wu our fneads qm-sUon outride the creed up >*t the lx of her G'.l. .
March
upon a after the first of November next-Lou. Democrat choice of every Northern Whig agitator. Sir, xxlien r< MI ) om U.AN Hel -iic Champaijjne, Porter and Ale by the doz. CrnETOw, PA., 27, tS4.
f!*dtnncratic party, we are ready to extend to all you begin to hang the foes of the Union, 3 on will find : SaIAbtifle Cider the doz. One woman has used your Liniment unh great ,}

ire fl'Jng to unite with us that respect and sup- COTTOX PLASTER'S COXVJESTIOX OF THE Sorr.The .- the first victinji among the friends of Scott-1'tint- mirn SOFNTIFIC Wcwnrm; !_Important lb Ji/i>- fie by sticce*?. She lad lost the use of her legs for three -
p t which %e would accord had no partition taken fylvanian. I rjitirs.: -!>r. J. S Hou htonV IVjwin. T lie True IHtive Brandy of I tame, Old WLikcv. years, the cord Uinsr contracted to thai ben lege

1. Ai a democrat we wish to recognize every siu- Montgomery (Ala) Journal says. We observe t ( Fluid.r Oatri ; Jui.'. j-r parwl from Ren- Ma.eria Wine, Oh! Rye were bent as iraclr v hilt far.dinz yis nat0ra1 for

ttrt&u j ia the ranks of the democratic party;and asi3fnU in the Georgia and South Carolina papers able articles The Work Rolling tie Trenmire atft Brar1ion. j liet, or the Fourth S'fimaehf tiie Ox, after directions Cherry Rectified the petition of the li'i whrle sitting, and she could

*c would deht to honor those whose b reference to the Planter's Convention, which it u .-The French spoliation bill-in other words the of Ii.irn Liebinp. thft rn-ut PIiv iologi .ul Cheini SujM-rnne Flour" ?Martinis and Plcalilli.Fanuly not Lend them in the least ; hut by the useof H. 64KarrellV

eundiiig talents and iu&ucnce would honor the par- supposed will meet in this city on the second Monday bill to give to speculators (many of the members; of i by J. S. Ho-ulit.in! 3L P, PLnaJ.-lphi:!. Tim i-. For sale at low for FL vorinj h. who Extracts!* ale ,and Ac Arabian Liniment he is now able! So waU4
prices ca retaiL -
.srepecuve of past differences. Congre) five millions at least for groundless churns, truly n wonderful! remMy fir I tiliit'' ticrti. Dy'jx'jii.xj with ease, and hosastralghf. I have found i ia
in We
to state that to the mis JAMES B. GAMBLE.
May. regret owning
rejected again and again, by administration after an-j Ja'iiidicliver Cumplaiot, C.>ri>tiii| i Scon OICAIC is WA&IXCTON CITT.-The American understanding in reference to the time and place no ministration,'beginning with days of Washington, ha.-> J curing nft(1 fltltrP'" vrn A;iril24. l r.2. 16 every thing which reqcires an external remedy. '

"ptpk: has come out for Gea Scott for the PreeiJ. arrangements have been made by the committee for a pasted the Senate yeas 26 nays 13. acnt,, the Giistnie Jui.'e_ I'an,1)iht.) entaiIki1r, 'ei- Call and See !

The Editor is very savage upon those WLigs convention here this tprbg. The resolution at the The same bill, by that deplorable By lem. ofl"g cntifjCcvfTt'nre; Of iU value, fnriii-lM-d by ugt.nto grati T1'ST received per Schooners W. R. Pcttcs and L. The Opinim of an Old Farrirr.WA Experienced. and Stitn -
Se'nuticc'among advri.emeasta. tifie:
*fe Jrefer anotlKj candidate to Gea Scott HeCm. Macon Convention to adjourn to meet at this place b rolling fa Cotigrcss, in for which that body Juts been fr tJ F. Roger-, AIXGTON, IOV A,June 26, 1549. '
some years past floriou ly dktiuguishi.-d, <>n'v
May, did not pass although it was supposed generally. wormed iU way through both branolics. It got n'' t'_ WI3 arc ait'rizrd! to nnnonnce HUGH 6 6 casks" Ribbed Sh.nld! Sides, From the speedv and permanent core, both cq

sco t is cot doubted by nny Southern Whig Hence the misunderstanding. We belive it is bare majority in each; but at the White Hou-e. it ) ARCHER, Jr, as a candiditc fur Clerk of the Circuit 2 Clear Sides, man and beast, which your Arabian Liniment is jnerfasrrning.

vis thorn we have ever conversed though many of the intention of die committee to call the Convention fell a 'victim to the integrity of James K. Polk. Lt |J Court for Lion County, tt the seci.il election on Monday CO bba. Extra Ohio Floor, Great Demedy. Ids of rot the hesitate Age' I Io have f-roftooncejl i doc ihq
titm Tub him to -come out" Why we Hbk.- it now pans the House, and where is the man W.i! I I practiced
here next fill, but we are not advised. ; 40 Extra St. Louis,
fully
lie tliC 24th May in.tantL forin horses for these twenty j ears, and have tir4!
P.tiey repy.to satisfy others. is eufficienttijr or Democrat who believes that Hilmore Las the ) 10 Mess Pork
ell!I the various liniments, ointments tc.
% ; to all! others who wish well to the Whig firmness or honesty to veto it : ,so much -J
Whig: Consistency. ; ; : are authorized to unuo-jce C. H. AUSTIN 6 bnjrs Rio Coffee, puffed up in the papers ; but 1 must say that H.Gf
t1e ts &e Kill Souther State The and
tt ?; carry. every any Southern Whigs; going, in 1848, for Gea Taylor asa make country awful Congress.* more rppecially the latter | Eqas a candidate fur Clerk of the Circuit 6 boxes Cnndle. Fa rr ell's Arabian Liniment exceeds any that I ever
sn the
C2fl ( ?T ? "no-party" man, and with his three hundred negroes moaning ivr dmd fugitive | 2 casks Main Hanw. made use of. liy its me, I have cured Sweeny and t
slave law- the annual low of a half of nrillion] dollars Court for; Leon County at the cpial election on Monday -
that there is de- a
York Herald states no 6 tierces Sugar Cured Hams
as the pledge of his devotion to Southern rights; Spavin long after they had been pronounced incu '
in value of an-1 the "traffic in |
w-iaj fWU*.tkt SCOTT generally the favorite n- and b 1852 advocating Gea Scott as a "true Whig,* runaway negroes. liii Nay iitt SObbls. Whiskey, rable, and I have cured more than filly horses Ihii
human blood while almost
and profesfcing to be satisfied with private pledgee quietly, a fraudulent { 2 Lard Oil Extra season with your Liniment,mbraring shade! !
every
Central New York
WhigiI1txy chum, sufficient to cover the low for ten has autlmriaed to C HOWARD
years, tWE; arc announce Be1rp elswhere. wfl do well to call
from him, a non-slaveholder b a matter vitally affecting pnrchvm you 'at disease from scratches and brui cs up to Sparing
Clark the editor of both institution itself and the existence of the passed b one branch and no doubt sees its way FlriH ER, E- q, a* a candidate fur Clerk of the Circuit anT see fur yourself, as I will eU Io'u fir cai.li. and Rins-Bonc and Sweeny. I canaUnlear le nmnr.y.
Gaylord] the other. The ark of in
through public justice <
Le Uuioa among; Court for the County of Leon, at the special election cash l only. A. H. FELKEL. of iU good effects on he human?v tem. I w a* confined -,
relates an bcident of what he saw Edward Slanly declaring b North-Carolina a slave- the breakers in the pea of banrain and intrigue, and 24th May iii taiitLLOYD'S April 24, 1R52. 16 nearly al1 lait t winter fn my room with Kben.-
in at seam.-Col. Jimc on Monday
holding State, that be Si-noicf" Gea Scott to be b leaking every mali m, and could gel iiotbJncto help me, nnlil t

National Hotel at two o'clock on thksnd favor of the fugitive-slave law, and Truman Smith declaring TELLING TALE* OCTOJ SCHOOL.-Dr. Brownlow, the : DAGUERREAN ROOMS Oranges and Lemons. commenced I the use of *Tcur Lirimpnf, tvhfch en*

lbLt cbcdlcM warm Sunday, we saw a tall fig- in Connecticut, a free State that he "knou-f POXES LEMONS. 5 BOXES ORANGES.. tirely cured me. WM. I?. GRIMES. '
famous and editor lets in his 5
out
Jt dtd u a blue cloak, attended"ouly by a lady and him to be opposed to it; and no record at hand to fighting parson wlrg OVER--BARNARD'S DRUG STORE, 10 CLARET. Just received and f>r salc

"titer a coach before the'door. Once seen it was show which is right-Raleigh Standard paper, the Kuoxville Whig, a few secrets about Jamc Cantrr of Monroe and Clinton ttrfft, bv JAMES R GAMBLE. Sun Pain of ten yearn tlaifiin evrrd ly If. G.FanrIl' .

; rtobefurgottca It waa Henry Clay;- C.Jones, former Governor Tennessee,and now"will ted.) from 1>, A.W "April 24, 1352. 18 Arabian Umment.Mr. .
4MLe1 A BONELESS BODv. The London describe OPEN H.O FAHRrx.i.--DcarSir had been af.
eye was not dlflhlfleII though the great papers an to be candidate for PresideutHe P/M. Perfect Fperitnetis, warranted to
ing" a compromise whig "
dieted with the Bun' Pairv" tot- Ibelast
held the Coroner L
$ inquest by on Elizabeth Vigor aged In Chancery. ten vear
rna natural force was abated We raised our chnrjjn made. Way j5, 1852. 19
rfWi
ploitzI4 ,
andadnairation sal 5 years. The body presented a horrible spectacle, being says: FOR'-LEON and could get never net relief except by blrtding'fe >
reverence : our u- CIRCUIT COURT COUNTY;
??* ai and the one lamp of flesh, twisted and distorcd. Deceas M We afterwards published 0 large edition of abound ii Groceries &c. but by Ib ue cf H. G. Farrell's Arabian Linimerata'1i1id
gracefully returned wa| ;
As eamage ed's father stated that soon after her birth, a girl threw volume, b which we gave an extraordinary eulogistic R&bertwvs. Wilhams, over UIP temples about three or dimes
rL'to dine y., we walked on to keep an that engage- deceased over her back to the ground. Since the occurerx ketch of his life and political services, be himself fur- TUST received per Schr. President, from Xew Or-' a
: 'e thougj of the'ate words of lbave emI4ot she assumed a curved position, could cat no'- Dishing the alleged facts by letter 1 I'e afterwards 'ulcan', > A. A. Fler, SherifT. ttc, Haley T. Blorkcr. Sheriff tbio;; of i.' nV-/i WVItIDIOIie, t bljeotiT; icibr.

dai omyusefuloeu. as thing but bread and butter-aod when touched her wrote out his circular, which first appeared at Jones- 13 hhd.'Middlings and Shoulders, and rr OJ CTO Adni'r. of W. W. Hurt, decuaavd, to applv ft To"a borse'i orelcj'.arid'bcrnp vjj'ry
desire
Uh *30 7 fear, ft/C indeed tie passed, A field not bones appeared to snap. She had been ond r medical borough, b reply to Gov. Polk which was copied into C casks Siujar-cnred Ham, T"tliro Bradley and Ix-muel li JonicBY stnmb'.exi and Ml against! roy lee*, crdsPtii1gana. ;

rfkf? impotent' spectator of oil-scanned treatment fur a long time, without deriving the least aH the whig papers in the State and extolled to Ibc 2 barrel Supar House Syrup virtue of a decretal order of the Hon.J.Wajlcs a bruziiiR them so badly test they turned w btick.

tfnTf sve never looked upon old age deprived benefit He found her dead b bed Mr.Harrison, rar- Idea,for iU ability and overwhelming refutation tta 2 Men Beef Faker.Judge of the Circuit Court of the Middle ny hat, rendcri&s ibem prvverlm. I applied yon" j
jJ JwUj enjoyment ,of intellectual perceptions White Bean Circuit ioan (at LeI1 County C'l Iiancr ",rvpdtrd Liniment,and \va"i well in few
with I peon, made a post mortem fxambatkm. 'There were charges made against the whig party b reference to 2 % enough a days fagi>
fcalrtf any sympathy y and for such lAud OiL in 1Iis cause, in Court tb7th March, 1 55?. about n"ia as u-ual. 1 also crushed in '
| ) Hsjvf DO bones b the body ; the limbs were purelr of gristle.It the expenditure* of the government! Jones gave us the 2 open ,.on myfinjer a
> r Ly dioose fte cannot arrive too tt knn. One was an aggravated ease of what was called riek- report made put by Smith the Register of the Treasury 60 Superfine Flour,' I v.:11 sell at pablic outciy, before the, U wtt House shocki nnnner.byletHrrj; :* back lojr fall upon ij f
but drop a tear over such a remark doi-r in Tallahassee, the first Monday in Juij ycur'Liuhneritsoon healed it tbonjthl f
,
Lb aXG eta. and reqoestea us to do our best and sign his name, 25 KxtraTatnily- ou up.
as be had not the time. We made bis defence'ami heaftenrarda 2 barrels Leaf Lard. next, to the liig}>e t UJdcr for cash, the. follo isg JOHN B. M'GEE.

Xoclc /<7 v-The Lancaster Express contains, tbe thanked pf by letter, for *defence;more able V '2qegs__ 'I. dei-ibed1an&l-towit, ;. r La Salle precinct, Peoria co,lll, Feb.8J549. '
Correx TO Bcr PaonswKS.-The Greeosys following: "We have noticed la tba papers lately.po4tieea tad triumphant;M be acknowledged, than)he ooulJ 4 4' Goshcn flutter, tV" 1 S W l.S 8. T 2. 3rf* B 3 : E i & W i.etST2NofR3E .

'u(Ms.) : A gentleman juflt reU rninform. several deaths by this disease. oneWlbeab have made hunseUl' 1 boxe Snwiked Tongues, : / 3V ** vi-858 T 2N To-gw&rd egairitt Tmpmiriflti, reaJ'tttThePnblie fot1oi '(

*>* m (brt the boats otf
bJ a certain preventive and remedy, ia tfae application of jy Judge Broome is a gentleman OT great moral 2 brater Lenu m*. For MIebT! raise the Mini of seven thousand, ncvca.bundrwJ and iartlkuat1fcantinned! against'fibase '

beavtly kwdcd 'with provUkjos.' The beefs gall U the wonod Wfll not our editorial bwtb- worth, and wood to the wry core in his democracy. BERRY A ROWLES, Auctioneers, Ac.Maj five ft100.dollars., ,with interest'frum the date afore counterfeit which) hi* Uletytnade iff apanceiwlfiolfetlbj ..

*Itaf& ugbp 600Ineslneg3Lo1Aw1IorI ran eireulate the isformstlaand te a v puny He fa des.VedIy coo of the most popelar men in the it,:185z. M said, decreed to cowplaiimat, and", >e costs of said tbejmj) for wbz-!

_lILSm vL1hl V Bim d dqios IwsPelimthe 8Ute|and wl HnriatotiM GnUrnatorial chair an mut and expense' of sale. ,Purchasers to par'forMaster's WJ: U: rarreI rabian L'niment.' ,'TTdanscrptw'frtndand 1..i!

suI th4( fl.rti. fatt 4avm from the wwsad my partWss ef wood, elevated
.ia gsu' i.iwsv ;
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towrb. it.bjr the nato*, ? tttnV&f Itsr-
bare ftSt
fplioatioos .1, M 6tMatter b Cb
aod Cehtreville. -4May rtCtaT. _
wJmite eearT UaisyKe a \ J.
c vrinctzdd iterswtL lmse ibiitioos l ..
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I : small basket a gold
.Rts-d Times sflntMAaA Idie fur : %%
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Lm and.from the ranks peooSl flM finder' wuT receive The titu v Qt '
Ltn.ttit".jvid
lus b.tbe1'dir s limiesssbss LI.fl.rrreUi'Atibiu take rio otb. ,
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itei LIna 4fta.'tnKiisyss. i1.vats&t.Ieet **a MttaHe-lTpTrmrtibT; leafing at tld ALL
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pan.'su1 otn .
$ 1e sad 414" clotba. s1r mtdIn Mipre.. or otherwise !erested in the Mate of $ thqt1ni: Its.ba'tb 1.ns, nc.tst !
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cftarptim Office. Mayl,188. .. Ii usa the *td.'wrL,
Faryett'r
Willnia :
witb b* Aserawny Q. ClLrIt tfffmnJl4eids
nod fiM jbli 7 iinl in .
hi dto nry pire, irai 'i.r niii- .n. i ii fafc' 'i -
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theIiM1OWIs tlatii.l.uG
Js T ahsbse s a th deceased, are ner6tr iurtiocJ fo kbUtbef$4imzand
bs bbjert.d\ dfclilHi i 1 J I t >islw. Saddlery. '
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ita the stsyewas sfabe'*aa k e4gIt" 4 I deroarid wj'iJB'lwf 'ft. the fris
great Bujtrity of cotton piaotrs, they tb. year* a 4lif'data,tor
A GOOD awortment'JuXi'<5&vad nazi f"1" "al* by htj'vflIagk itt
t a 'sde oprj iwp it sthdetzd QfThe other dafroit.ag hams. of&ome and Uaxwell npoti frem.nta tl Msy15b32,94' JIU& J UST. isn.ierign&is/l *-AK.l orlha A_ AL_saqic.wiU.b0_ _.J J "*t L>J arre, I tO
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redemption i '
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to rage at least tl ne of bv'tter
pruning appearasice .
tb st4i% To4ei; Ti4n out from .IbePra* JVseaoffiee. Mskimaff iambaart- Florida from JkaucnL 1o.of2Wkery1-- .;, ; : ted .flhiodiat0paJTIkut. ,TM1LCLU, z QuaiMr. f si'1! good refein a a Oar2eteit prIt1j

sod tone ) g1l-, Srfleaviss I '--- 1: I rpO Leon'CouBty Jaflouthc 10tb'inat, i Jefferson County, ilayl, WSi, 17_ Sin 'II

a1nn, I A3cwcAJ r5-i* isth. JL gro man. aged about21yeara; <;wjjcu3s .- ,I
I -u b6o SfotaHiArf'tnaW oforoVJ 1rnsfl] u fOc
fll PATIUCKwd that bfr t
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Meiffiimy ( his name n kog* toJuiJIr. $ T class oftitiSnsr l'rci tse?

Samuel Caldwoll, oCvQadV Conrty.Florida. .- ?Avu1 xAI4EMola4 it1itIIt Sh:4ithL. Price-2 ttt's G

fhU MeawtncrfomeiJ'.Wjr* taiabnafffeet .' sU qualities OfElask ab.KtithH* .- Tsrlell

Oil h. 4 Os'. oiW to $4OOO *zrsSry 1 fccho hiirh. aod very atoatToe o ner.via.piaieoomo Also, a great yati.tyofPPsrtirthCo-: sale 1 $r'-and'boIenT.

?bW dsm *** there forward, prove property,pay charges-jnt take i boa,
d.i beni.sjir
'he5 'W& ibntjtb qnm'tofsddb him a'aay, otherwwe beiwtllbe, jUealt rith as the Jaw tatittMrititb general assortment el Oaiaa'tuiUd to sale

b, : '. MLt4re4bLZ diroct. H, Tv BLOCKED Sheriff. the.33ou.t Jnitirel hy W T. MITCHELL.
$ SQ4 it."it1 11 tu
ciblmn
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GENERAL COMSS1ONMEHANtS ,- Attorney*ttXaw S Ueitonin toarty,, i ) 1rCj.It -

: sciiiixo' ( .bR.LBRUN8 -. -fALLAttl8SEE'FLOHlDA.A b T.wth, ri'Iil :em.. aiaija.it
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.REMkb 1 _
INFALLIBLE AURAL
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bvery DcsarifUon of Agricultural p1.mentiAND beea niereMful in nearly Three Tfconswd s'g. FoawAan, :| .Sato Tovix. : at"ThRti&rtM
M4cHLvERrAUO HAVE Late /&. AHpatine. ,. air -
hare tocapraoooneed Uab
of D afi>MB. These remedies iiicL oJt
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Ovoma and French Burr Mill Stones; KuBopua : by Dr. Kran.eh*BtfBn, !bra. IteM and October 4,1851.A.K.3UZWHI. tu2ssI% Diaper, -' &aa., f:11: eS icc 4 4ma

_t1. Golagea.. Culhn and Bolting Clotb&4iery DeMn of P,rw, nd Dm IHlch. Oortia, mad Yieara.ler J .D.AP1 Birl-Eyv" t' r .:. .' :, ,. .
Mad of Produce, orth and South, and of J ndoo, a? the Moat Wonderful and Valuable Iri&'b LeL useited fltb--' eIlin ,-'- ir r' t. 3?
MAXWELL .
; CAM paMfor Wool, Hides Doer Skin, and Shipping ever applied Jor deoaaea of the internal and middle & PAPY, riL k Haadksreh 0-l-fe d .
Fur ear. If" the caow of impaired betting u coufioad to ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, flingbasp.Cshius; yasl.telDik. lT ar to ifrttr d3 tffla yit_ b cnd* -j .. .- '- t
BAHUEI/fcOYf. fiAilPTONL. BILO.I the eztoroal ear their effects tin apparent on the 5th FLORIDA.Fbh 3*; < ea r -s

'. or 6th day. Dr. L. fl. warranUacureltterenr caae, TALLAHASSEE, [ April 17.. 185t.; 16 .. a. the Umhi of.th fet t oFffefSfe:.. -i WfcdbioftHi t j j"- EYitirn a; ,,
.rT8Wl. rAfir fi.I4Ird He ha
WLLI : when the ear is'perfect hi its formation. .f ; ;

: teNTL & Co., Savannah, 0*. eighteen ttrtiBcateB from tboewho had been deaf For Sale.. the petition' !flWf i.---tfimm ei.t at*wJTQfl a. -. 9 -* -a _Jwn ojt
j. Ywrv.n- anxmxr, from infancy, and whose hearing by tbo rise of these CHARLES W. DOWNING, CASKS Bacon. 1 fierce Hjttfc,; Crt* ,
' u WtJBT& PAL1. remedies, u now completely restored. Over two ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, t, 20 barrels sup. Flour, B kegs Laidv;

BWJFT, Dtmxow A Co. thousand certificates t>f cures may be eeen ou appli Tallahassee, Florida. family" 1 tierce Kiet,

. 'v*. P. MILLKK 4 Co, New York cation. Office at the 0 bega coffee; 1O btlred Cbeees.t1oWtsrisbbv rsir3wAtkEs

5 fUiucixa NOCRS M.ISOX & Go, Boston. Patients, by sending a description of their case, can March 1 16, l S61. Capitol 10 tf w3AM A4i.-Aie _*a t : I .ftlcvsstH0UGHTOI
! F. 3. LOOMU, Esq, New London, Ct.H. have remedies sert to any part, free oT expense. R GAMBLE. IL. D. Pbflsipj '

I a JIcCojos, Lbfl, Wilmington, Del.V Terms 85 for a full coufsa of remedies, (compri&iK W. 0. M. DAYIS, April 17, 1852, IB- A- ''' A 4 ias. 16. m Thte i** TVHf wMdirfatT10N
September 6,1851. S 5 tfToTvlo from 4 to 8 different solution,) advice and full instructions DYSHEPSI, J AUN
; flO fee tu bo paid when radically alid ATTORNEY) AT LAW, ; Liquors Bud \Vinef. Middle Circuit of Florida.GADSDEN PLAINT. CONSTIPATION.

& Myera, completely cuted.K. taken up hi* abode at Tallahassee, and will CASKS superior Brawly, iog fm-Nit iflewbf
,{ tTAVEcnhand,*nd ire now reeeivinga new and R Translated from the French, IxBnnui's HAS in the Court of the Middle Disliicl, 2 1 1'Wt1CO m CIBCTHT COUR't.'To ,ntthi Gsafle hie.. .

/ ii general Assortment of GOODS, con stiug ol Treatise on the Ear and it* diseases," price One Dollar. ind of Franklin and Jackson Counties. 1 old Mon ngulxela Whiskey, SPKIXO Txut, 1S62. $3.

;{ Gold Lever Hunting Uratchc, Address Dr. Le' Brunn, Union Square, JT. Y. Marrh 9, IS..OM. t> 2 '- old Rye Joseph Law and Richard Sims, co-partners, using tLiAJtte fir, will di cA or BneatVe' lb. p

:' Gold' Anchor Lever do April 17, 1852. 15 St 2 N E Uum, .. and style of Law fc Sinn, Beef in about 'tut ftar'oat i ot
> Silver Lever Huuting do &. LONG & J. P. K. SAVAGE 2 Gin, t PEPSIN i is the chit.IfThbl1titc l l _-

i** Silver Anchor Lever do Notice HAVING awwtiitcd themselves for the peqxT ol 1 cask Sherry-good, Reuben DubotcOn Principle of this GMttie Joice-.tb. &> *

"i Lipine and common dot T lIE nndcn-igned tenders his sincere thanks to tin Law, will give prompt atttntiou to 4 Madeira ". Petition to Establish Record of Judgment J'oW.thc PanWn g.Prtenns.tt4to"7*
r* Oenllimun's and Ladies" Bo nm Pins.a Central as- couiinuuity for the liberal jmtr nage which has my bullies entrusted to their care. 2 barrel cooking Wine, t&, Ac. v- Agent of low Stomach and Iitcatin t., b k ?
tricnen of &r and ringer Ring .Go'.d Guards and been extended to ham wuCe he has t>ecn engaged in July 20, 1831. 29 tf For ado by JAMES R GAMBLE. TT being made to appear by affidavit tint the de. ed from the Dtf MliTe Stcntth of iing
X
I f., Ke.vi-Fob and Vest Chains, SeaU, Gold and Siheiki' the Cotton Weighing and Commisuon Buino. in JJr-ril 17, 1852. 13 feudiuit in theabevestated caose reside beyond an AKTlFlCIAL DrQEBtl
Law Firm. the hmUs of tha State of Florida
PencilsGolJ PeniGoIandSilver Spectacles, Gold Tallaluihsee. Bi-inif about to leave the State of : : lylikethe usIura1GastrLcJkisit0It
,'i I Sleeve. Collar! and llnsom Ballon*, S1ver. Pe.it I, and Florida, he take* this ocdi ion to inform hw late customers f Shell Card Casrs, GoUl and Sihcr Tliitablts.liiir that all unsettled busSncss connected with tin- BEARD all the Courts of the Middle Circuit ol T ECER'EP to-day and for sale fc.r cash 25 Baskvts the petition filed therein at the &ext Fall Term of this SUBS!1TUT for it. Bylheairf ofj
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- Fan, Silver and Buflalo Combs. Ware-House iu T !lalm.feo. i is left in the hantis of hi* Florida. Office in Tulkhassee. J.L real Irik Potatoes iJ. B. GAMBLE. Court: lion, the pain and e;ili of INDI
*. AUi), French Mantle Cluck. Table Knives, TCI icce<*or, Mr. JOHN F. BROOME. a gentleman whit'k JOHN BEARD.T. 17 by Prmldfd That this Order be published for the period DYSPEPSIA art vcmotnll just aa%b
1652. 15By
;; Trays, Pialed SLid Silver \Vaie, Silver Tablt* and Tea wolf qualifii-d to carry on the business, im-l who W. BREVARD. 1AiriI of three montha in some newspaper published a healthy Stomach. It Lsdoin Woaj

t* { 8.103'id PheJ! SDOOUS, Forks', Cr.am and Souji Lat \rill phis entire time and attrition h> it. His expciiorre February 1.ISM. 4 tf ;: "J. G. Axd rson.1 ." within this Judicial District. pticcttrinK cMpf DEBILITY
dlei.l'Jitfcd Ufaiie:*, do.Tea SeLf, Castor, Candle1 in tliis branch of I-HMPCM and hi* admitted J. WATLES BAllER, Judge. NERVOUSDECLINE, adSUMPTION
't blicUa: SaUi Limps, Silver and Gilt Gfraw'ales. qualificat ons,ju-tify me in soliciting for him the same SMITH & O'BRIEN, 1 f\ BASKETS Heid ie Champeigne, A true ccpy-Attest : mpiipMd l G I bou the riraTe.
5* AtaO.fine .oubehareied, Guns, Shot and Gatr.tJli liberal patronuj't heretofore extended to me.C and law U C pts. R. C. LESTER, Clerk The,Scientific Erfdcnre
Colnsellors.at
I! ;-, and Flt is.fine pocket Kr.ie.PoteMonne.!: A. NASH. Attorneys 10 box<-s Tcbaoco-8s, 5s, 1 Ib, April 21,1852. 16 3m based.is in the highest degree. CL'1Rj ,

.- Port Folios, Violins, Claronela and KluieSj: fine Ra ---_-. ALLIGATOR, E. FLA. B '. superior Chewing Tibseeo, MARKABLE- -

r; ?t: Sri, T lIE l liit' been appointed COTTON M. Wnrr SUITH. I M. OBairc. 15 boxes CLcev Notice.TN pCfEJTJF1C .E VIhIxci
1 .1*? V'1kj ieFra n.iit'-4rir' r rn (bmery. WElGitKK]: ,suid Can be found at all times at the C Hire at AHigAtor. | Office at Newna svlle. 2 Preserved hunger, conf>rmitV to statute in such case mode and provided I BARON LIEBIG in hi,'eclebrited
&:., &: TOWLE fe MYERS Warehouse Mr. O. A. NASH.l Mortinas Pickles J- work ,
recently occupied 2
by ,
I do
Refer to Co!. .S. S. S'ltLEr.&nannah: ; Judge THOMAS hereby give public notice that, as the mal Cbemutry, says : ."An Artiflcbi D--
L'rcer.h rL1S5h4 8 l IorGLv Jnck : NWGOODS. Wilson and James Kirksev, Ecqrs. <)Ytober4.lt!. : Ji. 5 WnfL-estcr Sauce2 -, late of Gadsdeu County, io the State of Florida ly prepared from the taucoumembnn tiikm.
JOHN F. BUOOME. : Reidiiijf. JIK>. Bull A Anchovy Sauce, I shall, on the 24th day of May next, at Chambers cb ot the Calf, in which yariotas irtirlw tfkHFLmeat

TUST arrived (per Schr. Elizabeth from New Ybrk) April 10, 1852. H ti W. KEYES, M. D., Dentist, 1 Salad Dresing. hi.the City of Tattahaasee apply to the Honor and epjt J.will be mflennl tltntgtJ,nffa!

1. kt and for sale by C. C. BYKD. a very ndorae asBortmcat located in Quinnr. Office in his residence, 6 Cayenne Pepper. able J. Waylcs b&er. Jud<& of the Circuit Court for 1edjusfl the tame "manner IktyunUlt&Z
1* of SWUNG and SUMMEI GOODS. BuchnsBenige Notibe.'T'lIIRTY HAS Mr. J. G. G aim's. 10 Fkuofing Extract. Vanilla Lenftn, die Middle Circuit of Florida, for 'leave to sell the following / i4nidn sfornczcli."

I Muslius, Lawns. Bonnets, Riblx-ns. Bik. Lace lays after the first publication of thi notice January 17, ISi2. 2 t: Cerrry. &c. For sale by J. B. GAMBLE. described real estate, belonging to the estate Dr. COM BE, In hirvaluabfo tTntiI.p o thi.
Visits, Silk Shawls Linen Cambric Handkerchief*, X I will apply to the Honorable J. Waylf. April 17, 1852. 15 of the italil deceased, viz: Lots No*. 125, 126, and Physiology ol Difestion.rotwmed lbt .'adikj.

Needle Work Mantiilas,and a variety of other articles Baker, Judge of the Circuit Court for the Middle District Boots and ho L 127, situate and Ijin in the town of Quincy, and in nution of the rftte quantity ot I Le Gastric Juki i.
too numerous to mention. Call an 1 see for Yourselves. of florida, at his office in Tallahassee, for permission Cast Sweeps. the County of God cfen aforcMiid. prominent andall-prrvailingcaiue of
reCeivfil. fine -.ortnient of "
f -ALSO- to sell the following Lands, belonging to the JUST a CAST SVCtrI5, FLORIDA A. F. GIBSON, Adm'x. and he Males that" a distinguished prB
and
uli Colored
Gents' and Boys' Summer Hat and Cravats, Boots estate of John 0. Rawli, late deceased, in which Oscar Black and Lasting Gaiters, OAfi-\\J 2U 1'lougU. April 4. 1852. 16 fitNotifce. cine in London Who was severely i&ktai wj j
Do. do. Kid Morocco
I.. *n-l Shoes, and 5000 First rate Cigars. M.*nml J 'li Qjhenp Rawls. inf.uit children of the lo. Enamelled Biii kins do. G'P Kegs Naiis. complaint, finding /verjtl inicelmofw-J,.fa .
-ALSO- sai.1 John 0. Raw Is are interested, to wit: > 1J Travelor'a Trimks. course to the Gastric Juice, Obtained Urta Ibeidbt-
{ Quarter and half' Barrels Mackerel, Crushed and ThcSEoftheSWof Sec S, the E 4 of the Dt). Kid Walking Shot-,,Slippers and Buskins, 10( Marine and Ftuni' achs of living animals, which grntd tanlthly

powdered Sugar, Java and Itfo Coflee, Pi
t} 1, Tickled Lob-ier and Salmon in oil, Dried Apples, and the E i of the S E 4 of Sec 9, all in T 2. R 2. -ALSO- 24, 1852. 16 or otlMrwLe interested in the estate of Dr. GRAHAM author 'of tie &MO, orTt] (rim
F*; Phe App* Choose, Rice, Gohcu Butter, c.I North and We t, l ty Inif and being in the County of Mis c8 Colored IJ -'tintj Gaiter, April James Scott.bite of Jefferson County, deceased, are Vegetable! DM-;" Mt : It us trtaadaU* bd w

I March 20, 1S2. 11 tFf Gadsden, and State of Florida, containuiff 212 s-lOu Do. Kid Walking SJioes! and Buskto, By the Lauf Jane." hereby notified to exhibit their claims and demands physiologr.lhat 'heslo&iachs &I itoX c rirtn
acres, more or less. Do. do. and Moitfcco Bootees, within; two years from ibis date to my Agent Wil- water, impart to(be Buid the propttly ol dirtvling
IF 1 HELP AT HOME. ELIZABETH RAWLS, Adm'x. And a flue Mirtnn.-nt of Childrens Leather, ilorocco 5BASKETO Sntauie Chaniiigne in q'>arts.. hum Denliairi,at Monticello,or the sarrte will be barred various articles bf food, and aefeciuugiksdy; -

MpHE:underside l.hanugma'le large improvement* By SILAS I). ALLEN. Agent and Patent Leather Shoes.ALSO : pintj, arid a ; and all persons indebted to the said estate in any artificial digetfitm of them in no trf> dfrns

c .L both in builJh? and machiiieiy,is now prepared April JO, 1632. 11 Ct wy fui criir nrtifle. For bale by manner whatxover. are requested to make immediate from the natural digestive pruttu."
: to funilah COTTON GINS of a tuperior ttylo and Gi-ntj finr Calf Di-ct. April 17, lxi2. 15 JAMESJB. GAMBLE. payment to my said Agent, xvbo has full authority to 03-Call on the Agent, anti get a Durnptirf

quality.lie Bounty Lands and Pensions. 1Imitation I SliWit-d Boots.DM. Cheese &c. act in the pretoTse1?. color.Zrat is, giving a large ithrunt of C1ETlI'E'IDENC1ilriilar

has fct no hun \mg by making Gm to exhibit l',1 und Wati'r-prH IViots, MARGARET K SCOTT, Adm'x.Jefferson ii' the above.tegthytciih R
rp ozideisigned,
at Fair North having madearruigeinentsi%iUi Do. Cnf! Shoe* niul iMxitv' NGLIfll Ch-c-t.' anti Hamerf of Irisli Potatoes County, March 6 1852. 9 3m ports r>i REMARKABLE: CUKES,from u ptrudhe
Lowell E
or by :zroing tu or other places a competent and expei fenced Agent in the Ciiv
Do. and
Kip BrvgtUH Uusseiti Lhristiuu and for KILbv! United iSljlts.JSJlil'SPEPfU.
to get Northerherb to write in )bin i prai-e of \\Tahiingft.n l and being now provided with the ALSO j h'cr Baniuu ,
BERRY A IIOWLES. CUREk
I His establishment is strictly Southern-in the midst apprised and rcqn>ite forms, wilt alter.U to the col- Notice. ,
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Youth* I'egctI Boritu Dr. HOUGino.VS I PEPSIN
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17 152. has
bf thj cotton gro-ing region. He intends his (Hin totlijw Irclion of Claim by po.erol attorney for Botjntj .. April 13 months after date. I will apply to the Judge prcdocH ioi{
B M half v fit do. do. SIX orll fjfccn, in
nnt for themselves nnd Afc wan anted to ptrfonn in Land, Pension and Claims for Loj-es i*nd Set vi. ., Probate of Gadsden County For my dL-cliarge : curing IWttiTj.iWciat'wn.
1> Shm's of almost
the best manner when propel ly attended to, or to be ccs upon the United Slates Government., every ilivcription. New, Fresh and Pretty Goods. as Administrator of George A. Dilworth, decea e For p.al.> 1 l' and iiiii-takc bvOcr.Ur .
7 it U
( no ) ( impossible to give the drlai! of
ruts
I b. !mad to do '.o nt his own expense. Gin repairing Officers and soldiers of the war ol 1512, or ofanv 1 ., IbJl.1 41 C. C. BYRD. LOTS of fine fancy fixing, for the Ladies, an 1 W. S. DILWORTH. limits ol Ibis adretli btttrerlifir aulhentk4pi Ahe
<'o ie at thcrt notice, and in the l best rnann r. Ordt-rn of the Indian \\arssince 171 0, arecntithdto Bonn", cheap-only require to 1 b- examined-..-no January 17, 1852. 2 gatNotice. lM havsheen Eneat

fur Gins thtnkfully rH'ei\ed, nl pnmiptly attended tv Lands o-idfr the late Act ol Congiess. For services use trying to rntuwrate. Jut open<-l, and none like HUNDRED REMARKABLE plrenof CtRES nr in tbaa7Ts
Iiuib
t,. Us will deliver th> m at the re-idt-nce of the pur- rendered, a moderate compensation will be JETNA INSURANCE COMPANY, them about these Capes-particularly! in prices. Call York ,
New and Bcston 'alvnr.
phia, : ,Tuesf wrpa'ldesperate !
chiscrorathibfiirm.io'arc! ; a few ceniiicates out c'inrtjeil,upcu deli verv of the warrant or I he amount I I A irrFon I). CON N ECTI C UT. and examine at D. LADD'S.Nev SIX moiiths after slate I jl all present my accounts and the
.4 of thi lanj.j nujjibcr that coulJ be oxhibiU'tl if neccs coliecltJ D. P 1IOGUK, Stocks, and Cotton in Ware-house p ,rt, April 21. 1852. 16 id vouchers t<> the Judge of Probate for LeonCounty. rapid and wonderful.ca>ei, but Inanent.cores were nut is.;

J eory J. II. WAYSON.MAOOX. G. W. I1UTCH1NS. BUILDINGS inisl! Ussbv lire. ns Administrator tf Seaborn F. Hclcornb, It ii a great NERVOUS' pe ANTlDOTE.ai.d riltic.ulails .
March 29, 1501. 12 tf drown dfCensetl. late of said County, and ask for a discharge
Ale and
Stont.BY .
LEWIS & AMES, tueful for tend nrr to Billionduordrr.ITut
from said Administration.O.
February 18, 1S.2. January O ISV) 5 Agents, T.,1lahasce. Complaint, Ftvtr and Ague,or badly trusted.Frtrtiiid
I This is tt ccrlifv that I have in u*'!, upon jny plantation Groceries, &..c.WE Brig Chili-tina, direct from Liv rpool. we hive C. S. JOHNSON. 'AcinirJaniarv the evil
4 in Le end Eak just fen' boxes of nd oiherdrh
a Soda the Die ll\e Oi
JOHN PRATOIUUS s hpon ] & *infifln't
K-u-t: JiulLi Ae! und Th ass t Co's. London Brunn
tf Mxty saws curb, made by Colonel J. H. 'it.Ofl, .f Crackers Pine Apple Cheese, Pickles, Lemon and int l bottles.! Notice. tong sicknr s. A! o. for eXcts;* in ntis1.arid t *
1'iJmyra, with v-fcich) I am rcl! pleaded, aftj (or. iderInum Synm, Sojtp. St'irrh, Candles ?r.d l Cainly.AM [OF THU LATE FIRM OF BULL t PRATOHIt'S,] Stout, in qu BEKUY rt |fc> 110WLES AuctIoneers ic. month from date, the cmler igrJe ,
< ,
I cqu.il to any (lint made in Georgia, in every ), a few th.''rC6 Winca and lajuors.Alro XTOULP inform his fiends and the public April 10. 1852. 14 tf SIX: present her aWfAints and ronchers to th Health vdkinUmprntnrt.OLlt\ .
ie.cct. I take pleasure in reromnicnJin them to (ViJied Su ar, Ponder in k half ,' V STOMACH COMPLllVTS.
if% kegs, II that h-t. has tiilct'ii the s>t *c lately ocrupieilby Judge of Vr"bnte for the County HilL-bomugli. and
planters in Sou'h-\Veftern Georgia and Florida. Oil. and jr. kt-r. Apple and White Wine Vim-gar Shot C. H. Blood, and JiJjoiniug the store latelyecnpiVd Groceries, &c. ask to bo discharged from administration on the estate T: ere i nf<;rm cf CtD STOStACU COMPLAINTS
Watson i k a Southern flail, born aiiJ ral-ed i'i our of all M7.o$C IV.r Lead, Iron. Nails, Steel.IIC*,Spades, by Bull & Prat or!u*,where he will Iv pVaMjdit of Henry ti. Clark. dteeasci1. late of paid County. which it does net i toiJbt, and has no Northern interest Sh,*eK Trace Chain', Ilfth and Ox Chains, Hammers [ atu-nd to tlie call nn-1 want of those who nciy be J 1 UST received per Sclir. President, from New Or- ELLEN 3!. CLARK, Executrix." move at nnre No m.itier huw tat the? msj Lt ,itG

t .. JOSEPH BOND. Axes together with n general assortment of disposed to putnAnze hn in his line of business. leans, January 10. 1852. 1 6mNotice. 1 VES INSTANT R ELI EP* .i tingle dose ftnarn

Hardware and Cuttlery, all >fi hicli we TV ill sell as He hiiri'ct h. .1.! ty tl.r late arrival-, a. rJ>..irf and 10 casks Side Bacon, nil t.'tf ui4casonZsjs9)terns at-d ii or.Ir need Mt
-. Ha, FtlfilaTy 3,18S2.I low as buy oti cr house in the city. 'll-i>elivtetl sitjijJy of Cfoth*, (!'ankiiuerei, 5 Shoulh'rs. repeated !t. >r a short time to make thejo ?rrd tFtett.etrasnent.
. i This is to certify that I Lave in uc ort niy plantation Mardi >7, lS-2. 12 'HEIR i- RUST. fancy Cfofh ; also a gfttrral in this Cm 5 Plain Rains, SIX BODY fi lovat! It is'
County, a sixty saw manufactured by > once piticohilf tuei.euin
I CoL J. H. Watson, of Palmyra,which I consider equal COTTON GINS READ Y-MA I)E OLO THIN a, 6 tU't-ces Sugar Cured and Bagged Hams, iu rijrht of his wife Sarah A,suryi\-ing Administrator ca-"C9 Nausea, Votnitir.jT, Cramp*, ScreoMcl
. ? of the estate of Thomas J. late
,, to any Gins made in Georgia, in particular, nn-1 All of which. I flatter myself, arc equal in tle and 25 hands No. 1 Mess Pork. Hadfor the pit of the Stomach, distress aftf; eatiof. l has
S not excelled by any. I have uo every hen tat ion in recoinI WE, the urulemgnitl, arc making preparations quality, aw/ quite a* c/te.r//, a-* any others that will !be 5 and 2** kegs Leaf Lard, of Jefferson County.decenserL will apply to the JuJ e cold state rf the Rinod. HeaVInrs.t.o'uLessofSpfr.r
I mending them to plan'cn in South-WesU-rn Ocorfjia. and will shortly be prepared to make a *w- (und in this nmrktt. He will give jjarlicuhir attention 4 u Me s Beef of Probate of said County, ftnr a discharge from said ifs.Despondency. Emaciation, Weakpwj, lesdrtct

They are manufiw-urjl hi our iridt and by n riot article of Cotton Gin*. Also, to repair all Gins to his bu ineF f and hopes he will merit a liberal] 150 barrels Family and Superfine Flour, Administration. B. LOER to Insanity, Suicide.&r.
, t Southern man ; a native of our mn glorious Georgia. sent to us, at the thortewt notice. itronpge from the pubbc. 2 In rslkads superior Brown Sugar, Jefferson County.January 3, 1$3. 62 Bm* Dr. HOUSTON'S PEPSIN i ii sold by n.arl ml l!

DAVID A. VASON. We warrant all work done at our manufactory tore November l3. I8Za''. 4C tf 1 Clarified N tlce. the dealers in fine drugs anti Popular MwlinafShronghoiit

Palmyra, Lee County, March 6, 1 852. 9 tf in n workmanlike manner, and to give ?atfaction.Vc -_ 300' bufhcl (.irn. lie United 55tae It i* peparrJ ii
\ do not intend to be excelled L) the vroikrnanehip Drugs, Chemicals, &c. For sale low for the each.BEIIIIY S IX months after date, the undtrsi ned. Administrators powder and in Fluid form-sod in f racripfion uZi

! : CARRIAGES AND BUGCHES.D. nor the quality t>T our Gins. QUININE warranted and full A 110WLES, Aurr.neers( Ac. of the estate of Thomns Bumctte. will apply for the ir e ot Ph*ieians.PRI .
We are located Jeven miles North-cant of Talla SULPHATE. pure Ap.il i! lf, 1852. 14 tf to the Judge of Probate of Madison County for VATF. Cl RCfLARS for the hs of PfcfsTffw.

E. HULL, hassee near Centrevillc! on the road leading from Oil, Black a final scndement and discharge from said estate. may be obtained cf Dr. Hctagntcn oihisAgeatmEe-

OFFERS for Bale a splendid assort Tallahassee to Thoniaeville, where we respectfully Chiuvidme peprxr.Purified an article prepared from the Valuable Plantations for Sale. DAVID GOUNTO. )1DANIEL unrs-. .Bribing the whole proce *nf prefiritkm, and &*-
'. Carriaget and Buggies, at solicit the patronage of the Planters in Florida and Permian Bark, considered BURNETTE, f log the authorities upon which the rTain* tf 'f"|
j 1 _ prices to suit the times. Also, m Store, the Southern portion of Goorgia. about one third the price. nearly etjualto Quinine, at THE J.. Plantation at present occupi-! by SILAS D. !:.udiQonCounty._ Dtcembcr IS, 1851. 49 Cia new remedy are based. As It is NOT A SEtREIREMEDY
ALLEN i is for sale. It is situated about five -
I Saddks, Bridals, Martingrtles. Harness of all kinds D. H. i J. B. SLATON. A LSl> a general supply Chemicals of the best no ohjectictt can be Mbnt against in wbv
Notice.
miles
> West of Tallahassee iminwlj the Road
t
January 17, 1852. 'ly IHI and
2 segulir
Ihitli
; double and single, Carriage Trimmings of all 6m Physician' respectable standing
quality. loading to Quincy. The hind U Fine and Ham mock.rirh persons, creditors. legatees entitled to diatri-
kinds Siirings; Axles, Boltn. and. in fact thing ALL piactice. Price, ONE DOLLAR per bUflt
t every Good Billiard Table. and produces Cirt'nn, Com, ToUux1", usually kept in n utorc of this kind. Fine (BSF.RVETI-hIS-Evry;
. done Cologne, Lubin's Extract*, and an awcrtmenl ate WtO acres, about 250 of which u cleared. The Baptist Brnnihpy, late r.f Jefferson county. Florida,deceased inc PlCPSIN bears* the written signature, oil S.
{ g Rcjuir* at thort notice. GOOD SECOND HAND BILLIARD of
Toilet Article"
A TABLF Faniy at yen' low prices. Plantation U well watercul and notified to exhibit their claims and
hwiltly. ,
are hereby
I' HOUGHTON.M. D., sole > e1oTiFhn <]Wpl' ;
i Ieniber7,1'1. 51 for pale low by J). LADD Davitj' Pain Killer, Radways"Ready Relief. j n pr
demands within from Ibis date
-ALSO- two years to the undersign Pa Copy-iiiiht and Trade Mitk Knsrec.ftJ .
Newport, March 27,1852. Oi India
joiwr !
12
{ Chi'lafjoguc.
*-*!, or the tame will be barred ; and all persvnzfndTied Sold ah and Cealm b 1diclues. -
CARRIAGE REPOSITORY, liotHi'b celebrated IMui'tcif, and other Family Mcd- The land of JOSEPH HALE, eiLt miles West tu the said Ceased to mAke by DruggUta
are requited .
.
THE TRUE MEDICINAL of TulLihaWe, on the Ockolockoneo River for
II B7 KILLER AND BROKAW, icines. are immediate payment W1L A.G1NK1NS. LEWIS : ihs-:

U. .. TaUahattce, )7onthi.p COD LIVER OIL Jaj ne'iJ SIciiicines, At, ttc,just received by sale. There ard 21M acres cleared. The place is Administrator de Ion!* non, Wholesale and Retail JTFebrnarv .
A'MES.October healthy, and the water good. ,
LEWIS A .
p : 'lIE subscribers have received in the JeTeron( co, Feb. 28, 183?. 8 3m .7, iS52. 5 ,lj _
? -_-* a large USEFUL cure ot Scrofula, Coftiutnjttion 11,1851. 40 tf I'ersom. willing to purchase,cnn tall on me in Tallaluiti -
. LtLlrjTi..tQpplv of CARRIAGES, BUG ,Asthma,Bronchitis,Couh!<. ! AND HARNESS, which they and alldiseace* ol the Cheit and Lungs. A cuphit] lol l\ Linen Drills, &c. C. A. BRYAN. Notice. Groceries.
; tfYer t f.'r salt on the m : IIS wishing to of the above warranted de bonit non on the estate of James M
purcluisc articles and of
any pure, very superiorqualitv. LJ ij4 Oils Whiskey and TLiegibllhs
-Plain. Striped and Pluid Linen Drill Brown
Nixon deceased bite of said will his
f will please call und cxajuiue fur : County, present
theniaclyci Forstheby LEWIS & AMES Leon Salt and in
Duck, Brow, Linen and Nett Linen Drill. Drap d'cte, Female Academy. everythingtianaUy kpt a
; December 13. 18S1. 43 tf May 25, b5J.. 20 accounts and voucher to the Honorable Judge of Probato ILflh11. .
, Tallahassee, Fla. Denims For sale low for cash only by
Cottonade Planter' Linen and Linen Osna-
rPHE Trustees of Leon Female Academy have tipI for Gadsden County, and ask to be discharged -
Clothing. PROTECTION burgn. together with every tiling u-mally kept in that ppmted the Rev. P. Tu.u.aDAIBIr, A. iL, Principal therefrom. ALEXANDER E. GREGORY. April 17,1852. IS
INSURANCE I
COMPANY, line, for sale low by HEIR & RUST. who u to enter ton Ms duties on Thursday
received February 7,1852. 5 6tn
at the old stand, a general assort- Exchange at Par! .
JUST HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT March 27, 1852. 12 tf -
April the first. It is designed that this School shall -
,, of Cloths, Cai imere8 and Veatuig, which : Hardware. Crockery .T er i
Stock furnish the for and Notice.SIX GROCERIES
, the subt.crjber is prepared to manufacture in the most Capital 8300,000. Here I Am. opportunity a'thorough elegant Steel, iianetsflats KawtJ*," IN**

1. improved style, und on the moot reasonable tennit -,- HE undersigned, Agent of the above Company, education. months after date, I shall make application to Caps, Black tores Cn tsl, Pants, Ye*,0mCflRts .
* t Ititlleuicii m want of a regular and hionable outfit JH prepared to take risks against Fire on build FAILING to pnrcha. certain property on the 'pa- Term per Stttion of Five Montht. Honorable Judge of Probate in and. for the Hunting Coats, Saddles! Bridles fc,P"1*
: i :, sill do well to cull upon] ing ana their contents, on the moat favorable term*. here, to attend to the wants of the Orthography, Reading, and Writing f 10 00 county of Jefferson for letters of dismission and discharge EXCHANGE ibrCaaa Cottont and PT'JUtU1'
,
Kwidljer 8, 1851. 44 A. B. CLARKE. F. H. FLAGG, Agent. Citizens of TaUuhansee and the balance of our world. Arithmetic, Geography, English Grammar, as Administratix de bonii non of N. RFobom, Cowitty J.)M. WUt

a. -_- i i M nLim i i n ,,, n, | --, | Tallahawse, October 25, 1851. 42 All who 1 intend purchasing goods, will find it to their and history 15 00 bite of said county, deceased. All persona herein interested Noeember.1,181 genera1ly- '4S
Spring Hats. interest to Call before they let the money 4hip from Physical Geogtaphy, Natural History. Natural are hereby notified accordingly. ,

: HE latest styles for Gcutu, Boys, and Youths,juMreceivodau4furaaleby NASH ft CO., their fingers. 8. S. NTGHT. Mental or Moral Philosophy, Chemistry MALINDA FOLSOM, AdnVx. de Imii iso,.. Jnat ArrlTcd. 4LrnAvEJd

Dt&teri in Drags, Medicines, fro., -October 18.1851. 41 tf Rhetoric and,Logic Composition, Algebra,,GeometryLatin- and- 20 00 Jefferson County, February !8, 1832. 8 6m eeeid by the hwt SIhL

j -_March 27, 1852. 12 HEIR 4 RUST.j TyOULD inform their friends and the public, that Now Opening Greek, 25 00 In Chancery. York;an invoice of nien'a.wttaen's,Ti"offeed
they have on hand a good assortment of such March27,182. 12 tfRunaway. infant's3lioecovnptIsing many styles
S j PREMIUM COTTON GINS. articles as are generally kept in their line of business T the well known stand formerly occupied by MIDDLE CIRCUIT. OF FLORIDA-IN GADS- io tbUnuurket There ''Iw i
CLARK and I
will be Gentlemen's Boots assorted, to Whilfk
4 TAVLtm CO.. Proprietors ot (he CoJuinbu receiving regularly fresh supplies. Their Assortment of ,
terms shall be reasonable. tion. The kaboe will br sold low tt efcsement '
Cotton Cia Sarah G. Tillmao and Jane Tillmao, Complamantt,
\ Manulactory have lliv
sat-
Pall and Winter the Subscriber's in -
ttnthlnt. t'I1OM plantation Gadsden *
i%l$clion to announce to I heir patron and the Plan Tallahassee, October 11, issi. 40 ,* 3jL'w1LL1&.
: ten generally, throughout the Cotton Fancy Goods, Cloths, Cawumetea, Vestings Hosiery, i County, about the first of this mobth, a ne Thomas S Soelh William C. Snfell, Julis F.Ed. Dwtrmbet 8.1831. 48.
that the.v aie prepared to supply growing number region Southern MuttsU Life Inzuro Coznp&n] Fine Sewed and Pegged Boots, Slippers, Ac.; which gro fellow by the name of JOHN. He is about munds.Sosan J. Little, and Jenetl V.G. Donald .. ---I
: vf their celebrated PkcMtCM GIKS.'here any of Lonle1ai. the subscriber is ready and anxious to sell on the five feetwven inches in heigth. Very black, tout son. Executrix ol the last will and testament 'of .: tGrqJeer1es&o.;
VINO most reasonable tciuis for cash its built, slow and low country spoken; and having been L. T liST recwittd fbie lot Gosimest BZittii
three Gint have been once used, it would beenappofotad Agent for the above Com or equivalent Robert Edmondi, .deceased, and ,Samutl B. 'a
be deemed unnecewary for the Manultctnientotay J-i patty.and deeming it unnecessary to ducoss the The stock of Clothing consists in part of raised in East Florida, will probably,endeavor to get Love.Sherift anti ex officio Administrator de bo- J'withk* "- j

: a word in their lavor, at they, feel confident ihe machines importance and advantage of the mutual insurance Black and Colored Dress and Frock Cotts. back there. A liberal will be paid for.hts delivery nix non of the estate ot Susan S. Snell, deceased.TT Sunk with Cheese,

0 hate bceii brought to such perfection, that principle, would respectfully solicit the consideration Black, Blue, Green Brown and Mixed Frock, to me at my ptuitation. placed iaanrjaQ.so sppetringlo the satif faction of the Court th t A1fbIiMieka41 '1

; their superior performance will recommend them, of the citizens of Tallahassee and vicinity. Any information Sack and Fancy Coats, that I can get him S AiTL AID WELL X William C-SneH, one of the above named Defendants .

: inpreereticetnahlotherG.nsnow in wn. For the relative to it,can be obtained by calling cm the Drab, Black Mid Brown Overcoats, Quincy, April 24. 1852. 16 tf,. ,resides beyond the link ot this State.'snd --r -
satisfaction ol those who bpve'ot utedthe Gin, subsctiber. 8. B. KNIGHT. Figuered and Black Silk and Black Satin Vents, in the-Sisteof New York; MltlMt Thorns*S.Snell. 'F 8n1piz $. t1QUiErpng

. I. and areunacquaiuted with Jheirrepoiilion,the Proprietor November 80, I860. .47 tf Black, Plaid Grey> and Fancy Cassimere JPanta- Notice. another of-said Dtfendsnis, i*< soppoved'|o reside stbscdWtp vsoibustwo b.M
,. .! weed only say, that the Fas T Preroiumif loons, DURING my absence from the State,C. Ci BYRD bfjond th* limitef lW*' Stal; 'and!the f United -L

f;. lure been awarded to them for the BEST GIN exhibited New Goods.EIR White, Fancy Silk and Marseilles Nests, and vanoua sa my,Agent i Slater,hot -who**residence i*vakhewn : u iiI -. bav'.obtstEd 4ir.cjiip* tES

: at I he great Stale Fair held it A'Unta.Geor. H t RUST would again call the attention of other articles too numerous to mention. .. : ? -. FLA.VIU3 A..BYBD..Aprils : is tfsr.Or4ivE ; That .- 4id WitltaM C.Sftell they win wtrrartU itt be Watapirlet rt1tIi .,

gia; afo, at the Alabama and Georgia Agricultural Ladies to their well selected stock of SPRING ; A. B. CLARKE. l52.x, .Id .(a ippen slid ple dsjw rer demur fot be Bill) ,We h*,. t1'MociMby '
and Mechanic'* Fair, held at Coluropqf; and at the DRESS GOODS,'eonsistkg of the fcUowinir: Novembe. 8,1851. 44 TtfFnrnitnre .1 of CoBH>litm .1beahovedithadcausehsij r 1qd
4; annoaF Fair of the South Carolina, I nstitnle, alCbarlccton. Main Md figured bhvi Banket and Tissues, Notice. j> before th.atI1ocdsy1nMsch nexl and.Hibssid-orders

4 .. 1be Cotton ginned on these Gins re.g Plain eolorad .. -Chldrtv' c A LIiioAedtofi;hegit.e .eni.fled to dwttiA. Thomas S.SnU- ithialheperiodefninctaofttlufrwo '
,g iciidIbi, rtP'erninma' at exhibjlion held |n Emlw lderedkiafiI IITE have just revived from New ,York,per ] 'bu&taWi.thenru >interMtad kt th* *tata otWanwTfcSiaJey tM U 'of-b.p Mi tio of iB flWoUrtkw e =;= ;; _

Charlevloq.South,raroluia,and'at ever;Fair whirl Pfibtad !aw, : '- .W. Suwaonee. a furtixir supply. o/.lnBdsog ;' l ts sit J.6wson Obcaty.Florid*; ; MM BtUwUT fcVnk** 'fr+ tntfmantHntb

., ampleji Colfon from'aeni bare !been exhibited kt!, Oi i Cbaflya. uparior Furniture. des.d, es b.eeby to thlt rththdaa. I mi> J rtwA 'rTtatlsfpsl
? Order Mm* Tiie'IVipiIetdrt hare la their fpitenlon nonu rout > Plaid UrtppA and Gambfk Gtnohaaa. We ate no* opening at our Fumitoft Bosnia, to sad d MHdfe! itkaa two ysar frtan this datato tk*
certiAcate*from Planters, Cpu! n Broker Cowmiwlon. L c*CBpSDbllah..and Coft 4 thi'aami : ; rnas 1 ark fled hitawstJWAyf.
which, we invite attetjtfcp *I .jr .-? aoderritfnad.or H b teqr dl JHxlall peroMinSibUat *
Merchants. sod, MJuwfaclnrers of potion Thread Usl and IfosHn Edfbwi Back the said d 1aKMd15 &d
and Iqsertlni. Oval and,Pl io Sofiu,, *> taacw ara tiqwladfbniasrn A troe *'AttsmtSJUrtiog.aadShcet tl-
O x) ,teiLlfjln that the perfornince of lb. G1n. ackt45CSind ChmatflUVsili; ,T t. a,rotes and Djvana, : Tiiia'niiiliiipayOi *t (:. ; ffk s.n0s copy rT-------; ,_. ...---- ;
ao4tba Mt&ples j>rodaca-l bj'beDi( be es. lad, IMe sOd 'w4st.d Silk Ohosnd 1Itteja Quartetti and Book"Stands, : T r qz.sL ssf-ouWA atAdith' ,
celled bjL1 GIn! **f* Buonfattowl.. ek: Linen Csnjbrfcs and LawoHaadkmhkrfs, Woi Staori Ottwawt -Ac, Ac- ; *: .1R _

All criers Gin*, given either t.inorhvelUno CawSaaftiWidLaeaTissttfa, i Of Chairi, we hate vtf *l Vwiety. Now otemng I
iocsL AjsbE byntaUsrilLIwayi r: 4AL8O;;; 3I ., ,. .- Y jfc.Jf tae filtm, rdo. 2 rt

frl, iidpttensio.i. Wn. Bwntt, Otp Bd Bait BIbbdos, ft.t
1 Tfb. .
wit! be sot to"sny part otftte- bd Rack tad tstnidflbfL/and .
coBatry, war. Lostm'da r 'PC70flSS5S*. do.stosksadYabtutdo1. J
ynted ) aetlrn%. '*NtN.ck W : .5 i .

..., JD .. .
aodfib *rrks7Mk.dt
; s Bash Bottom ** Wood Chain, .
,coJpb.os..ch! 31arb.2I53. .41. _-_' (., Oaet o4INoi>rttoam da --i t3tGiZuiLit

1.fl articles, whfcfc Spring 8 rtMabofanyB 3kers, .4.' ,. wL .-f d i. h1coiembcr
yuif hi enmfa.imw. makWtoortf Clfldrmii'a Hib mid Low Cihm'u&c.. I.uJQsfl4.a : i4'
1 rn Rj00'1a.t op..j rA Sw.Li' pcrcbMaa.1 I" I HEIR- RL'ST. BERRY A ROWLEH. Auctiooeers, Jee.Iyedaad for la bi.ail -i :, ; | ffby"llarch -. .' -
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