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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: May 29, 1852
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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Groceries, &c. Wives of Great Lawyers. served'to tee her husband Earl t>f CltmitJon: I'. jdest daugbt&if Fra JaGabeu edge of her worth.bad refined my youthful 'Not *sin tetbartAmfsJied.JJ ia one II

Sdxwnnrs Pettes and L. F. Rogers from New Lawyers do not marry with the impulsive- Lord Chancellor and Prime Minister Af Eo. Esjq ,of Knill Court, Hcrefordshiie, whom love into friendship, before age had deprivedit Southern many year cinYvon the Atlantic' coast
BY ness.of For class' As whicl 1 I Romily married in January-1798. He first of much of its original ardor. I lost her, of the Indiridaal whoa ,
(1esfl. poets. they are a prudent gland. an instance of the straits (o eccentric *
cub Bacon SiJea and Shoulders, the when on las| (thechoice of my youth, the partner'ofmy a certain original,
10 fchrewed accidentally met young lady i ,
mostly practical men-anything but the family was occasionally reduced,wa taj had the sole lbS pcrsitiio4tbeoyiter jj
I
when occupation jr
S tierces Sugar-cured Hams. dreamers and admire written I visit to the Marquis Lansdowne,at Bowood. misfortune) at a moment :'a.. -It
2 M Bagged ; though they may a quote to following extracts from a letter of her better days. Il trade;of course, und r wan }
olti'
75 barrels Superfine Flour handsome figure, and liko a pretty face as by Hyde to a friend, when at Madrid in ,I He gives the following charming account prospect sharing my scale, and "Old Shell," as he
the and thoughtless on a grand
The amiable had lost compan.
55 Family other men do, they have not usually allowed 1650, in which he says; All our money is I .A circumstance in his diary: I giddy nicknamed w&3 prime favorite with all
Lansdowr.o always ion of the world could easily repair was ,
Leaf Lard, of Lord and Lady prosperity, .
5 .. I those adventitious gifts of nature to divert gone, and let me never prosper, if I know or disposition faithful and the bucks ro storing blade J *, antt fan
4' to heii, the loss but I have lost the young >
If kegs renders the place delightful ;
their attention from the main chance" in bow bread month adraU
Molasses can imagine we can get a and about town. He Va a passionate *
$ tjarrela of the tender of misfortunes, my men
the ray
besides
6J Syrup choosing a wife. Lawyers are, tako them as longer ;" and again, Greater necessities archardly guest To me, enjoyment added when i I consolation partner isin that Being, under whose rer of oysters in every'abflpe. His food wa
'here is only
3 Bg: llommonr, a whole, a marrying class, and they not uu- felt by any men than we for the pres. present mo.nent, : always recol but chastisement, I am bent almost exclusively ojsttr, He bet en oys

2 44 White BeMA frequently enjoy that "lawyer's blessing," a cut undergo, such as have almost made me I am at Bowvod, a thousand pleasing severe, paternal He studied oysters. In 'fimrhe"at
I the ters.
2 hotheads Drown Sutrar.- large famih'. Take the Lord Chancellors, foolish. 1 have not for my life been able to lectious of past HU1es ; of the happy diiys down to ground. the man.
Clarified of di'tin.guished : Macintosh married, about a after emphatically an oyster
a 1 '. for instance.: Lotd? Clarendon, Lord,.1\ supply the miserable distress of poor have spent, of d.b t'ario.\ society year took into fcklctd
10 barrels rh'c i5 th1 \Vlabker. Cl'p' my orthe fri nd. death of hid first wife, Catherine, the second "Old Shell" one summer

2 Ucrcea Carolina Rice. er Coventry, Littleton, Bridgeman, Judge wi fc." persons I ha enjT\"ed above all thai daughter of John Allen, of Cresselly, Co. that a trip to thd North would be of advantage .

Just received and for ml 3 by J cflj'<.'3, Lord York, Lord Bathurst, Lord Francis North; afterwards Lonl-Keepci ships I have formed herb ; armu' known, Pembroke. She was an amiable and accomplished to his health moral and physical. To ,

JAM 10 B. GAMBLE. T'Oughhorough! and Lord Erskiuc,were twice Guilford went about marrying in a businesslike it was here that 1 first saw and became chancedto I woman, and greatly contributed to resolve to do it, were ,uith lain onewd ,the
Aprf 8.lESS- married ; Lord Lord He reader at Lincoln's Inn,, to dearest Anne. If I had not i
; Shatesbur3', Maynard, wa) was a my 'b\Llh- his happiness in after life. She died in 1830, .same thing He went I
Warrants and Lord Harcourt three times married. but much desired to wed because ho had meet with her here, there is no : I
Land were ,
Bounty ftf 'bc at Cheno, near Geneva, after a short illness, On arriving New York bo put I up at a
The wives whom ] tired of in tho hall, and eating ty that I should ever have seen her;
chose dining
, market t'ipy were usually \
r IT/"ASTD immediately for winch price grown unmarried to and her husband, speaking of her afterward, fashionable hotelandits be was-ataflfim_ ,
\t" TuUbepaii: Enquire at mv olSeo. over Mr. heiresses, or rich widows ; those who remain. a costelete and salad at Chalelin's in the had never been, nor was likely accidental, : i I "in the deep sincerity of deliberate convic looking man, dressed ,well and spent his money.freely'be \
JOSEPH DRA CIL ed bachelors! who married friend." Besides he wished have been in London. To what 31
> or for love eveningvith a .
,, Bvrd tv9' of! tioncalls; her an upright and pious woman, soon became almost as. much a
'Ms ty 1, JW2. 17 4tii.A seem to have formed the exceptions And to amend his fortune in the most sumniarr causes are the most important occurrences u'iles funded for devoted affection, who employeda favorite in the North as he was in tho South.

; ; Summer Clothing. yet, on the whole, tho married life of the Lord \. y. He first tried a rich, coquettish Joung our lives sometimes to be traced Some understanding and resolute spirit in There was one tiling about him, however
found from Bowood is the form of a white horse, strong
him. Then he
Chancellors widow but she
from Lord jilted
judging hotel book
h1Ll1,1s assortmentof fasb- Campbell'sLives relieve suffering that On the
rewtffd a very 1me the downs and unweartbd attempts to every puzzled every one.
"7.; JUST, b1e R'JADV MADE CLOTHING embracing seems to have been comfortable and out an elderman who was reputed to be rich,,, grotesquely cut out upon under her view." arrivals his name was entered in full with

''flY of COATS, VESTS and PANTALOON'3 : happy. and had three e marriageable! daughters with t forming a landmark to a wide extent of coun' the capital letters in large .-t.
PH'r\ following sprawling
: "'<*
t 1 materials, styles fl8hiuable, workuUUl- the bar but favorably received, and happiness of my life. In the year 1790 J Model Dun.
!* Dpr"e plodding at with a very small was proceeded A the same mysterious letters appeared : "Mr.So.and.So .

shin tvior msuraiC.slow] to suit I the limes.April practice, cast about his eyes among the desirable t to broach ,the jnoney questionto the made a visit to Bowood. My dear weeks Anne v.ith, Eds. Crescent.-Enoch M-lived up on of such a city, F. K. S." ,lIe never .

; 01.. 1852. H W.T. MITChELL matches of the day and selected the alderman. The sum jiamcd as the young la who had been staying there some about ,leaveit. Peail River, Hancock county, Miss., and would explain their meaning; and great of
to
-.1. handsome widow of Sir William 5000 bet as North had her father and her sisters was Alabama to see I
Hutton dy's portion was ; wishing to take his family to was the small.talk and chit-chat a-
course
I Acclimated Ice.J (nephew and heir of Lord Chancellor Hutton,) I set his heart on tho JE6000, he was disappointed The day fixed fur their departure was the his father-in-Iivv and attend the Methodist boat it. The gossip market" rose abovo

: HATE in my Ire House, a lot of BOSTON ICE who had a lr rgc fortune at her disposal. But and at once took his l Ie ;"(. The alierman eve of that on which I arrived; and if nothing Conference, (for Enoch was a strict Methodist in the of three days. '
iii&I will deliver to purchasers from C to 8, A.J4 relates had occurred to disappoint their purpose, I par course I
;
>\ ano'her legal gentleman had been beforehandwith running after him (at ]least, *o he went down to Pearlington, where
One
, li the country at any liojr- her. But it ) morning newly-eerae English gentleman -
price happjnc
. the md 100 to parsous lb*.w f orc, L4 Per hundred, and 5 cents him ; and whe he proposed he was re Lord Campbell,) offered him to boot ,30C never should have seen she Judge Ahad a large store, at that time, of middle nge and grave aspect was r
\ one
rer!\ IlL in smill parwU. Tickets may be had at the jl jected. His favored rival was Sir Edward on the birth of the first child. But Nprlh I c that, on the preceeding which day, was made to and succeeded in purchasing a horse and a looking over the lit of arrival JIo wan I
was
: ttoro of Tlwmu H3' .. Code, a crabbed widower, but attorney-gea. would not take a penny under the sum he of t0 equestrian party overheated herself lot of provwiona from tbc Judge, "on tick," struck by the mysterious letters, aa every ono

RICHARD 1? HA Y'W tf AnD. i iiJay i I era!, rich and of large estate, as wl'1ll\8 of Find fixed upon, and the match fell through.At f \'tZt: thte curious object, she cold and in her promising to pay as soon as he brought his else had been..c F. R. S." muttered he; "it I

. 1. J5M-. I: large family. The widow who valued wealth 1 last he found a lady with JC14.000, one of I b> her mde ; violent! Her father pain found hogs to market. Tha Judge waited patienlyfor can't be! Yet there the letters are. Who

Notice.JIUVE as much aBac.MI did, married: the old man. the daughters of the Earl of Devon, whom face was t;;3 consequence. to defer his and year he then visited the house Enoch, would have thought it?" The clerk was called -

: : rcrontly recched the fclWing articles, i running off with; him, and entering into nn irregular -j I he courted in a business style, and ultimately! ] it indispensably, necessary: and Jn the meantime but not finding him at home, he returned to up and .requested to explain; lIe knew

ill bo eoM! : at mutually low prices: : marriage for which they were both uarried. her journey for scvcra.1 days her, the most beautiful p_and wrote the following "model dun," nothing more than that one of the boarders F

I 8 dnzn Worked Collars, prosecuted in the Ecrh-siastic! Co:a it. Ba.I I Judge Jeffries, when a dissolute youth, I arrived. I saw' ;.n that ever a copy of which was duly! forwarded, &c.- and lodgers had put his name down with that

'J. j Emliroikrel] Handkerchiefa, COD had reason: to -jrnce at his escape, for., :ourted! an heiress, and in spite of her father's I and accomplished c/esturo of Judgo A- is since dead, and as I think handle attached.
fVniizittCB, mana
: the wiJivv cf ad v'nk-nttcin-! interdict the lady encouraged Jeffries, blessed the sight and underst .ntlllg be lost I enclose it and '
; B,) ,tcf assorted Laces ic- Ac.JAMC5. wa: capacious: : young this is too good to '4 Show him to me!* said the Englishman
1 pi B. GAMBLSMrta ; per, :;::sd led Colic: anust wretchi: d life, rcfus.i! md corresponded with him. The father fell most intelligent mind, an utiirn.m0tiv acheerful hope you will give it a place in your [paper. eagerly.
,
Apn :4._, :I:5Z, 36 mspo l.ili his iistne, ?pnr.i'.rg:! fio'n hi:n.rioKg upon a heap of 10ve.l Uers which had paired : correct judgement, a lively imaginaj-N'n RUBE.PBARUXGTOX "There he goes now, sir said the clerk, I

,'. -- p.-c'-yjUisr to vox an-1: annoy Urn! andtc.iclnnj ijeluticti! Jeffries and his daughter, and in atvaye : disposition, a noble and gene :-'tu' Miss., 18th June, 1835. pointing to our hero

t vrdl mK of all fjuc'Itics: of b-l rhEtet : f!1'is! cl.ui to rbtl: I .:g.ti'jst 1 hi-i. Ua- !: manner turned the young lady from II way of thinking, an elevation and heroism o. t Friend Enoch.Why, O! friend Enoch, The next moment Old Shell"felt ins hand I 11]
arc of
1 THAT: i lo:I';'y ;.1.'r6, sime uf \rLkb ere extra f.rn'. conv .> however fchoitiy after consoled bv a ih door. She was Fuflering treat distress in character, and a wannth and tenderness I has -4 hy soul turned against thy servant, and grasped by another hand, whilst his'arm went I

t 1 nd: 'Ul! ft.to aT." Juet received lid frrfaV vervlo ricH aid iu 1O.fle: w.fe: i.j the d::agittr" oiAld ;omo house in llulburn! in \; lich: she !had tii : affection, such as is 'rarely found even in her I why cv-n thy servant never see thy face in through a rapid and vigorou 'motion, .familiarly I 4

t *by W. ''. l-IU'CnIU. ! peace
. April 24, ISr.I.: 10 the mu: r 1'l- seeir.3 nt bj*t t.o haw b.ei oie : his matrjing her under such circumstinces -, ments. I was captivated alike by the beauties &;;; : t;:;), household; yea, also for- thy It was the Englishman; his face bpammg with

t \l'IISnTHISG:\: 'TSLACKSMITHIXG convenience n: 1 l.h p.::: 'f'. ac'\ di 1 not : was one generous act of that infa- of her person,and the charms of her mind.A man rervant a.1d thy ma'd: servant-nor have cordiality.

: IN GENERAL. I lire Inpvily! t'I(. tit "1'; .l!I'f' i.o.rva- a cwnr. : mOilS tnr.u'a ]life. She m.il; him an cxccl- !. mutual attachment was formed between us, I withheld from thee the coffee of the Indies Delighted to meet ,sir. Had not. the

, .- -.,- j. ll'on: t.. 11.1: ; .n.t a..t l'lil h'O'l'; :li3 Jeatsi.! !(.t wife; while! sh > lived, bat befoieshe died, which, at the end of a little more than ayear, nor the sweats of tIle lands of Louisiana. idea of seeing you one of our society on
t DICKERSON ; 'uiJie'ma' Already, courting another wife, was consecrated by marriage. All the happiness thee with beastof fclightest
1 L. T. final jpppa.Mtiou took { 'lac*, snd the getI Moreover, 1 have: furnichcd a this side of the water! When. were you .1
f ,i RBPECTFt'U"Y inforsw the citizens fif f.q"I cll'III.11 i-fl: i \ ::1\1: ) : ttec4.Litira.: .-'lid married her three months after; and in I I have known in her 1 beloved societynil burden, thai !hoa, thy wife and by off.sprinn. member My is so defective, -. "

f.,c.' ** ius; Countic. that hoha. .)f f 'm..1" ::.,jdvlUK' m his last mo.iie.iis.vYha.i about tiii-, > months after that, his: new wife the many and exquisite enjoyments which niy mi"bt tr.v&'l more than one thtusandfurIoigs Ie Member of icforf memory?" said Old Shell halt
." jirchaetl th' establishment laulv oxniMIT him with certain maiital fruit rather I dear children have afforded! me, even my extraordinary 0 .I "
: their
: tiy! :aioi: took puce! for presented 'I' lart' of natirityevento :
se/ar great the
} :1r. .1. L. GBOXCB,(n Adams t-trcr-t,near Damon 1's in the labors to surprised, halfangrv.
t profession
caused much
WsnctVaicrouji: ani is pn'pajf J to Jo all wotknf4c a'jdjiiil c.i'W; *.. i I.* }hf I cxr:'( ,.'s it in hi- prc-inaturoly. Tiiis woman I : success life my had not been &<> I I the srpulch. of t':U".at.lers.0 days I "Oh, don't be so modesi, my dear sir I"! 1
i in tho best onrrwiBbV will he okt'd"nll bcaiulal during her life, and booms to han of which, if my aTooch, since I madea ,
M"o\e character very m-inv-r: I "ultiriy fC\ testamentary; have are yet quite passed, 0 i Modest, the deuce! .What society !I"I.
and xvitli punctuality auj dopatch.II ill.r : been a disgrace to the domestic conditions cheered and exhilarated, I never could -Io to thethreshold t
Urni\ oppositions in fimBut .she lost nothing as great long journey J. of eighty fu gs, even No baihlulnesa now! You are a filloWI
?claim* 1o undurstanb his bu-iness thoroughly, nud I by lliis, for Lit cosily! stjle ufJh'illgdur. of life, as her husband was to the I undergone-all are to be traced to this trivial of thy dwelling, to receive of thee know." ,
FatHtJirtiuii to all
nnJ to give "
to IK bi'Jt: abl willing
xrtj miy fumi-h! him withoik. PorticuLir alttnuoa ing his oifu-h! career left him without a penny bench he occupied. I. cause. died the 29th of October, either gold or silver,jewels orraJrn ,and to Blast my buttons, stranger 1" exclaimed
, Neither Lord Somors Thurlow were Lady Romilly on soul
will b paid toHORSESHOEING and he died insolvent. nor : see thy face in peace, and to satist\ my Shell," thoroughly indignant: ; do you; call i
b3nd
I in and the bereaved was unable1 .
been ISiS
Sir Thomas More when manied-both having disappointed i out into
AND FARRIERT, twenty-one, married I unJor this terrible loss. The with bread. But lo! thou hadstgone ,me a fellow J" 1 1c'Fellowof

in width hr 1ms hal much experience; nnd pr .ons the eldest daughter of ono Maister attachments ia their younger \ears. The to bear up; her death deprived him the wilderness, so that I found thee not-, the royal Society, sir Yon

)' ij nn,milsrlosc: feet have been injured by : Coult, a gentleman of Essex," a country girl, latter proposed to a young Lincolnshire lady, I shuck occasioned by Truly I met thee on thy way, like unto Sauff mistake meaning. Fellow of the Royal
C3TclC1'Ii or huuj'injj Shoeing: or which m-iy: req'rreotr 1 very ill-educated hut fair and wellformed.Erasmus a :Miss Gouch, but she protected *' she would : of his senses and in.his de [pr.5r he committed I the son of Kish, (as thy servant supposed,) r my'J40ndon t"
in the making and adjustment of their Sh<*!. of the wedded not have him-she was positively afraid of the fatal act which laid him in the same wouldst Society o
marriagelie Yet thou not return -
vt inritp tn?iv' him a triuL There is no Lranci! t>f gays I forswore thencefor with his devoted wife. In life they seeking for asses if"I'm no londoner man ; I come from
careful Jra.c.i( ,.! a young girl of respectable family, but him ; so he matrimony grave with me to thy dwelling to administerunto 1 man, I
the bu-iness requiring a more or } ( ward. M'e do not remember other of were united, and in death they would not be- down South, I &7. am an oyster
; hIli 1 tm the Shooing of HorftftR, arni he bogs leave u ho had hitherto lived in the country with; any I me. "

;, t<>awurc the paVac that it fchall be welt done at hm I her parents and Enters: and was so uneduca.1 the Lord Chancellors who have led a single separated.Macintosh. married when only a Wherefore, O! Enoch, my soul is weary am"!Why what on earth does F. R. S. mean
yonng
I4tJt1hr.ir' I I ted, that he could mould her to his own tastes Iie. I., I of long suffering, and as the Lord liveth, unless atbched t'*said the aston
name
living
:i 2 S. 1S5!. 8 t! II that Lord Chancellor Eldon-a man in great pecuniary straits. lie was then, to your
instructed Strange tIng
,! ti'f"T4 change is intt-ncled: to apply\ only to the :'I ami manners. lie caused her to much caution and worldly provi.deuce i : in tho family of Dr. Fraser, London, thou come and speak kindly unto me, ished Englishman. science and surprise beam
}!: !!.. thinjy nnd Coachsinithinj bu'in" Car- ia letters; and the became a very skillful man of so Catherine Stuart Scotch I. and deliver unto me gold and silver, jewels from his countenance.

:. riai Making; being, as heretofore under the exclusive musicitn, which peculiarly pleased him.- should! have been one of the" few g eat where Miss visitor. ayoung She distingnished or raiment, to the value of four score pieces Well I don't care if I do tell

- cou'jrol mil management of Mr.J. L. Groner.J The union was a happy one, but short, the lawyers who married for love; but it was lady, was a frequent was i of silver-therefore, I say unto thee, O Enoch -. stranger, do and P.Ri
;
L. T. y. penniless beauty by a rich fund of good sense, and an you! You sec, I like oysterJ.l
His choice was nearly a I
and behind her and so. with thine
.It wife dying, leaving a son agree adversary quickly,
: uothirigmornOrIeSSthanFried
heart rather than for her i S. adzactly
{r Carolina House, Quincy, Florida. three daughters ; shortly after which, howcv- and he had nothing! ; she was only eighteen the fair,I I affectionate attractions. An, affection sprang personal up between f. whilst thou art in the way with him,lest thineadversary means, lloasted and Stewed'"-zY. 0. Pica-
induced
' More married thh time wIdow and he twenty-one. Scott deliver thee to the Judge and the
sTAnxESr.5f1Ct- er, again, a married ,
: Gnnnol.n that I damsel to elope with him ; she stole away them, and they got privately j i then yvne. .
{l the public they named Alice! MidiUeton( seven years older 18th i Judge deliver thee to the Officer; verily

1". :1 i; hive: p'.1rc1Ia.-.cJ the abox C"tab1i.bmeut. than himself, and not by any means hand from her father's home 1-y night, descending Marylebone Church, on February of the relatives, thou will have to pay the utmost farthing. THE OlD MAX HIS GRAND CHILD. .
'and 'ciii spare no pains to cuntiiuute to i window ladder planted thereby 17S9; greatly to the offence AD
Indeed More indulgt-d tumidf; in :. from her by a 'jT. H. A.
J the comfort of tivr: gnjsts. Tie; T table will be wdluppltei ] some. lover (led across the of both parties. i i I There was once a very old man, whose eyes
they
; with i the'jj.t thd can lx procured,and their I jest on her want uf youth! and beauty" ncchdla her impatient ; lUackshiels. The W hen composing his T7m7ie Gallica al JOK.e.-Joo Harris bad become dim, bUears.deaf and.whose
and married at A TF.JIPEK%?fcu was a '-
\. bar alwar "provided'h choice Will \ Liquors and t n"r.ludla. lie had first wood her I border, got Little ElI l. his wife sat by him in tho room:;: fellow and fond of knees trembled under him. When he sat at
" Ci 'iir. Tuey rt"pcct fully os-k a continuauce cf f thehuretolorc it (or a fiient'', but ended by marrying:I step was an important one for Sccttfr.inghtwith : vvhole8oaltd: merry very could scarcely bold his
else and he required the dinner table be
seen could tolerate no one ,
he
. extended to the Hoime. I ; for it diverted him:I a glass. After living in New Orleans for
J.l&t.r.m.\g1S 'C. CODHOLD bci' hims'.lf. hrlEnlUS'lw was often an inmate i great consequences he quiet-not even to write I i i so that sometimes he spilt his souponLhe
. \ ,I from the church, for which he had been studying her to perfectly i many years, ho came to the conclusion of spoon
of the of her keen
family, speaks as a
! G. \7. STAKXES. : vvoik-as the slightest! movement disturb.!I in Massachusetts cloth. His son and daughter-in-law were
":I and forced him to the bar, thus compelling ; or 1 vistitng an old uncle, away up .
17 1M2. 2 tf In.! watchful lIIanl :r. "No husband made
i
and last
!i Qiincy.Janunry *.' 't him to enter a career which ended cd him. In the evening, by way of recreation, whom he had not seen for many years.Xow much displeased at this, at they

r BILLIARD' TABLES.I I contmncs Einsnms: ever gained so much.' in the honors.upon William Scott, his he walked out with his wife, reading to heras there is a difference between New Orleans their old father sit in a corner behind the stove
.bflionfp! from a wife \l1J'> authority and ( highest earthen
food'ia little
\1 : SUBSCRIBERS offer f..r sale TABLES 10 and elder brother afterwards Lord Stowell, helped he went along. This amiable wife died Massachusetts in regard to the use and gave him his a
. Till verity, as Moio won by itlcio&s: pli'asantry. ,
either E.tabhhritr4! iatwt ge from the dish
than recovering
leu when slowly
cent any I and the lavjver in 1797, of ardent spirits, and when Joe arrived there,
,New York with improved Cloth fIT Pa- Though verging on old age, and not the young couple on. young left three i much ho could! eat andi
City ( with will.u I have married birth of a child, and she daughters he found all the people run mad about temperance He never got as as ,
teitlajia Rubber Cuihionn, v\hi h are preferred to of yielding lie prevailed on her to I worked a table
with
I ITi temper behind her. Macintosh thus spoke of his departed he would often l look towaida tho
friend and felt bad with the old
the Cm- in letter to a he thinking i
hert OKIn* the bct plrtjero m Slid he, a ;
now jn take lessons on the lute, the %iol, the mono. rashly, letter Dr. Parr written l
in to ,
4tes, for l"J'lTcetnceuml elasticity,anJ arc war- I I have neither house nor home to offer to mywife wife, a t-ong that "keeping the spirits up by pour. wet longing eyes. .
chord and flute which she 1its1iL.tedish
for wi'.bout daily practicedto after Mil sad bereavement, and we do Oce day his shaking hand I let
4tosand ia i their J place year re- but it is determination to work hard shortly ing the spirits down, was one of the best
,: 1nhIg: Gctlemen wlihuv to purchase Table of him. Her ordinary and rather vulgar apprehension ; time woman I love,as soon as I not remember ever to have met with a more to make time pass, and began to fear fall, and it was broken The woman" .scolded :
liD ilarblfc, ur Pine Beds could not fathom the conscientious to provide lor wife than ways he only d- "
diwuipjxnith Mahoauy of doing." lie was beautiful testimony to a deceased indeed that he in pickle. But on the but he said nothing sgb
was a
: can J hare tLwr order filled the same wi if they were scruples of her husband in h'n refuel to can find the means so wooden trough for him
Then bought
Sir Robert Chambers this is: after his arrival the old man and they a
P13 mail. Always on hand, engaged by morning
by adtlrrauug us by take the oath dictated to him by Henry VIII.; shortly alter "In the state of deep,but quiet melancholy, Once, as he was sitting thds in the corner
J*!!K ClutLs &11s, Cues Mace French Leathers, his deputy, to read lectures on law at his sons being out at work, his aunt came to
.1 and when he was at length cast by that bad ,as has succeeded to the first violent agitations his little grand child about four old.
'"? et t1, Pool Boards, and Cue Wax of tho bet de- and in after he used to relate which him and said : years

4CI1pJoa rt&d.Ir. fehiiipin At the Jiortst notice.GHJFFITJJ monarch into the Tower, then the grave of so Oxford ; respecting years his first appear. of my sorrow, my greatest pleasure is "Joe, you have been living in the South, was playing on the floor near him with some.
& DECKER. royal \ictims, his wife &tro"gt" expos. the following story back with gratitude and pious affection of wood. : '
'
many tho character of a loctuter. The to look and no doubt, are in the habit of taking a little piece. 1
York. in .
c nw 80 Ann 8 direct New Sm tulated with him on his lIqaeamishness.cc .- ance awkward thing that ever occurred tome on tho memory of my beloved wife; and something to drink about eleven o'clock. 4 What are you making I' asked the father,
S.1S520' said she to him on one most. recollection .
w can a man, chief consolation is the soothing smiting
after I was married, I my Now 1 keep some here for medical purposes,
immediately
WAKULLA HOTEL occasion, taken for wise, like you, play the was Deputy Professor of Law, at of her virtues. Allow me, in justice to bat let no ono know it, as my husband wantsto 'I am' making a :little trough,''jinsiferaithe

AT THE NEWPORT SPRINGS. fool in this close filthy prison when you was Oxford appointed and the law professor sent me the her memory, to tell you what she was, and set the boys a good example.! child '.for father,and mother to eat from .

JaL 'T lIE unJer,ijnc leaving,lra ed this V'eU.llliI. might be at your liberty, if you would but first lecture; which I had to read immediatelyto what owed her. I was guided in my choice Joe promised and- thinking that he would when they are old and I am grown big I' I
do the bishops have done 1" She dilated blind affection of youth. 1 The and'his wife looked at each other
as the
-* known c!uMW>Tnctit, wpectfully m the students, and which I began withoutknowing only by my get no more that day, took, as he expressedit. man .
forma: the viwting and travelling public that upon his due house'Jtt Chelsea, his librarv word that was in it. It was upon found an intelligent companion and tender, a a buster." After he bad walked out to in silence, and'their tears flowed fast.-

.ha*bad it greatly enlarged and thoroughly re gallery, garden and orc'iard,' together with a of men running away prudent monitross, the most faithful of wives, the stable, who should be meet but his uncle. They brought their_.old father back to :the ta*
the
statute
r tfod, furnihud. He h.v Fisher- his wife and children. Dutti. young
and of
tiewpainted the company tender children ever had I ble him MUch/(ood lie wished andthey :
mother
as
as as
"fu cunitatitly employed to furni,'li t IaN table with all he the mild force of 1m con. tctih maide.'. Fancy me reading, with about and a as Well, Joe, says he, T expect you are gave ,
U Iten and ?wh; in addition to uhicli, every delij opposed "Is not this i one hundred aud forty boys and young the miafortune to lose. I met a woman who, accustomed to drink something 1n'New Orleans never.again spoke an angry word when

Ecy j will be provided the market will afford inclu- bcions"and eligious"feelings. men giggling at the professor Such a titternig by the tender management of my weakness, but you find us all temperate here and his trembling band spilt soup on .the.,cloth.: "
cargo audience no one ever h: d. gradually for the sake of sons,1 don't let them '
7oortwi Iff,'for ale"ann davi'. lie ban a Garriae own I" to uhi-h her contemptuous ejaculation notice the wives of' them. She became prudent from affection ; my I about but I The.e1w (sickness,is the.chapel of
u cnrwunt*ttOniIWICefor Ladies owl luMibJ "'hoviih wasTily! vally, lilly tally!" lit It remains for us to I' know that I haTe any brandy .

to TLat the Bath which nre now l lei;]>'jt in la his comsc, and w.M; cxciflitfd, after two other great lawyers, who though not equ.il -, and though of tho most generous nature, she just keep a little out here for my rheumatism. devotion., : : r" ,** "" .

w*wpl! repair. Boats "will bo provided for tho-ie pcfeUtul hear of his We. in,rank to those we have named, were was taught frugality and economy by her\ Will'you accept a little'" The man .who 'wears ,the: shoe ,can tell i

-.rhO.wh to make jm excursion to the Light House, which vt' uoinon who have. ('qull'to any of them in professional merit, love for me. During the most critical. periodof Joe signified his readiness, and took another where it pinches.- .' .' r t
Jtmes1 hland,'and other places about the Bay.He Among the few grc-r.t lawyers character. Wealludoto my life, she preserved order in my affairs, horn. Then his walk he ,

,llttble' .hasjutt which is completed furnished; -a with new careful and ana crrr.M,3itus kttt'nth'o.tlm. ( maried'for, love,* 11 ydf, Lord a Chrerv'on man,, and the in late true Sir nobility Samuel Homily and Sir James, from the care of which she relieved me. She came big tohere' the boys continuing were mauling the One' road action. is cot.\ '-'enough, to. fotc" : a i

In short the Propnr'or pledges himself to deserves a plnce.'hilo enamoured yet young of the Mackintosh, both of whom were blessed in gently reclaimed me, from dissipation; she rails. After conversing awhile one of his ", man.', 'a: ',', .;,. ,. ,
do a1 and wt- he' ,became desperately have left behind weak and irresolute nature;she ; quir not 4iir1 What, :
!in hi* )power to conduce to the comfort AvcliflV-a Wiltshire, their marriage state, and propped my cousins said- !, :, yoq.cahnot

1I4etim. or ail who may favor'with. a call IfOTES., and eobetair daughter of Sir Jenrge oj f.itnily, though of smalifortune. : them memorials i of the most touching kind in. urged my indolence to all the exertions that "Joe, I expect'ou 'would.like .to:have a r 1" :p.'ft" : .d.'< "'' 4'\' .AI
A. >
t1t1ot11nu and
t1Ll a g ofgi have been useful and creditable to me;
11 the result but the memory of their wives. drink, and as tho old folksls down on'liqi1or, t, -Lay by agooClJ: storerpattence.ut. ,.
e..port.1tri 50,1855. \ roarriago was hand admonish
Samuel Rom- she perpetually at to my '
'" six montlia\ alter For fifteen years, says Sir was we keep ,some out here to help us on with tore and pat it .ho.3otan.fi4dI$1J.
nid
Extra Cotton naburg, beautiful young wife only in 1813 ".happiness has been the heedlestiuess I or improvidence. To her rowe work.- ,
wl our
,
derives it. vaka from fan
frightful ily ug ; That which duly *
a I '
email poxdi''U( be.
F| BOM Uw Howard FdOIC1umbus,Ga,a pltn- of tJe! malignant constant study of tho most excellent of wives; whatever 1 am; to her, whatever I shall .Out came the' bottle and down: they sat, is not valuable. j. i'
and Hyde wa cy very '41S
did sale t manufacturers prices and ncourgo in bis eCluntry,) understanding lu her solicitude for my ,interest, she never Is
article fur woman in whom a strong and, as he says that ,by the time he went
could
'tpcoft*! Country traders are particularly desired totsR some time so inconsolable, that he the noblest and most elevated sentiments,and for a moment,forgot my feelings, or my char home to,dinner 'he was as'tight.as he could :The'remedy :to-morrow is too late for

and tunrine bfor,Bending abroad for a supply. scarcely be restrained from throwing np his virtue are united to the a ter. Even in her .oc monDl resentment be. the-evil'of.to-day,;;* t l ,

fJKem. 1'4" cIa. 13',.IBS!. 10 D. LAPP.i profession and going abroad. Tw o years after the most affection courageous and to the, utmost delicacy for which I but too often gave her cause !....) A burden; which: 'Was! thoughtlesalr got
warmest
*i "" 'Salt. however, he married again into good of mind and tenderness of heart; and all these (would to God I could recall those moments,) : A SxAftcaniG Ol'x..T '.-"Billy, my r ast.be'patiently'borne'; .'l. t '.'\ .,' i' -*<

';.jtRECT-
t anf wrb AEixiatioaIrom GloacestCT.and SirT1ioma AvItkbnrvMAit'-" y' .0tbeMint! ; the roost splendid beauty that .human feelings were warm and impetuous, hot she night to get tour shirt i;lurn; 4!Mrfbng aide a' .wu. orervsJaexil' :J''' .
1. ta.hIvb1eaitfti.by 'D. LAPP.to :mariq highly aatpieions.Tui ed by tender and :constant Speh rorer."WeU.'l' 'l .a'toAllCpolwhere L ..Jj
and the
proved beheld. She baa borne to, me seven was placable : : : :: them k. rd' rMt torethe t
19Ycr1
j !r k._ .. tl. ; 11. ,worthy l dy.was biz eompaoioa. io all eyes ever who living, and in all of was she whom Host; and I have loather a'man bet his ketbookatektbey ID Jit. '.t. '1.passions .. ."...;. $

L..12ZICIJXUIAG LINIXEIT.1tvGcIT his*rjfssitode? set ortare-liftd with him for 'children roysalf are that I discover tho I when her excellent natural sense wu rapidly shut the doorsathd searched at ajtltan head .- th.,.owe. ...<.,-. il".r., .. '"' ? I .x |

in?exile stared sfl bit danger whom J:penmada after.eight years of.ltnIggl..aDtf to foot that's how rot shirt 'tamed;- Most wen employ their first
: !. 4i an'pili.:iuppUs mnjjiars of their day, themselvesnot improvjng! t my'
one proving
,
,: ; -r" .:I.1II'U'BL' 1 .. to .- ,1 I acdrpri, tioiis,, when(ai'Ume1 tlw parent* promise: of, such a souther. distrof4bad bound BS fast togetherand mouU glad to .clearout any how.tai i'two hours. a- manner>" i'as"to" make. *tbcfr- ii lut vr>i iiC&|

.". A 'AMES.Oolmle could with difficulty provide food and raiment The unworthy noble woman .here referred to, was. dod ol1.tfmPen to'each: other-whea a know! And they hadn't half etript when I,ltn.ca.f 'mr-,Toe_ colden:ago never_ wu.**
\ Agents for rtorida.K.rc .
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'children but the wife' was yet pro-
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THE FLORIDIAN & JOURNAL. V Judge Broome'i Lttter. Compromise.Finality. VV Arkansas" Democracy.60 j J Oov. arcr- the i'.Taili.witft tectimr of: its sovereignty fei'7. l; ,il

Ai we expected, the Sentinet manifesta a most decided I V '.The organization of the Territories aw the fugitive Jn.u.e 3d instant tile Democrats of$m Elate hehl;I Among tbew Northern men prominence an are actually employed in aclti asarretQft

disapproval of.the letter of acceptance JudgeBnioiue. 1 I slave law, Laving encountered oo opposition at the a'Convention at little. Rock. Gen.. Has N.:Conway democratic nab. whom Southern whip aw,',wont to dkion l ia a sitter State w engaged w trbI4". ." '
: TALLAHASSEE : South, require no declaration'of'finality at our hands. deooaocc of southern confidence;' ;on e ofOM ferprises, intended to be executed therein. ..
:Wj. ecaroely] hoped that any !thing that..our I The repudiation or faithful execution of those Uwiin was dwsea candidate for Governor' and Messrs.McClair as onwortby
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SATURDAY' T 29TTERMS. candidate for Governor coM have said would tfy ,tt rent with the Forth and from that qvarter tAe Rectory Floomoy. and, Carter were selected most distinguished is the gentleman wbow nan .' petegraphtdfvr the Savannak Jforniagl
_
MAY 1832. hi
the Sentinel or its coadjutors. Indeed, it would have I declaration finality should come.*Judge IS r come* as candidates for Electors of President and Tice Pro' beadrthis article'Ia making some extract from Arriral of tot'Africa- -

} : been if such had been exhibitc /'. dent of the United State The Convention State which are below, and which we :
Three Dollars per annum, i if paidin strange a phenomenon reaffirmed papers Nsw You, May JO, P. M.. Tbe
And our neighbor, in his notice of the letter, concursin mend to the attention of readers the Nwyill.4.mericata steamsWp Afri,
ed. Docs could the Resolutions of 93 and far our '
believe that
99
anybody Judge Broomc so as applicable arrived wkb
i advance; $< 60 if paid within six months.of the time the opinion that the North alone has power to nuke has Liverpool date to tbe 8tbkC TU

nf subscribing; and 4 0 at the end of the year. Ad- My or do anything which the patriotism of Ole Sentinel the Compromise a final pcltlement Both, then, although to the rights .of the States and present condition says : -V V sales of Cvttdn.in,tb* lirearpooL feth' '
: fan *
: One Dollar pet square of 12 liat for frt would not discover to be opposed to the prosperity 1 they decline to insist that the whole) North of the Fedeoal Union, nnd also affirmed Some time since, we published the proceeding amounted to 68,000 bales, of wLkh; sptcnbton"w k

t "clmet and fifty for all Announcements of the country, and the well-being of the Whig I shall da tin*, must of course expect that it trill d, it such Resolutions of the Baltimore Convention of 1$4S anti-abolition meeting presided over by GOT.. Marcy 24,000 and exporters 11,000 bates
The
; Ct.t of candidates subequf.t'Five Dollars il rlom party in particular I Would it be uncharitable to SIIP-I voluntarily and without; rcffrve or equivocation, in as it thought suited to the present times.' In addition at Albany, in 1835.which,bowed that at that early active HBO firm, witb advance Mule* ".
ed the Baltimore democratic Convention. That is (lie .an of as efehtkfUV.
in' atC that it is because this letter of acceptance, mid to these, the following general Resolutions were dayhe took decided grounds against the agitation the .
pose
advance. Marriage '
to b paid Religions, Obituary time and the fit occaEioD-when parties from all The quotations given are for Fair Orient fire
.
:; t not exceeding 12 linos will be a e position which Judge Broome takes threatens a tions meet iu common council, to settle forever Ie.t( I passed : slavery question.-Although he it known_ have heldtbe '(54)); for 'Mdififaf CrWos S,T.eneigbtbt

$ NtC certificates of the pblled tal route of the Whig forces, that such dissatisfaction i question of intersectional right\ and comity, and inasmuch U'Retolved That.the proceeds of the public lands views then expressed ever since, some of those papers uarterL in ..
publication es- )) .If
p t ( is (displayed I as the Floridian and its standard bearer make ought to be sacredly applied ,to the nation 1 objects which support Fillmore,who, about the'same tune, q Y&iTdY4sndtlie4tlA

: t of atty description will b given denounce i their acquiescence in those measurres of the Compromise specified in the constitution ; and that we are opposed wrote his celebrated letter to the Erie'county abolitionists ((5i) ; and .for Middlag .Upiaod,, firs (Wo) ,ne
If the Sentinel to
t until the advertising fee i paid.DEMOCRATIO true patriotism required : which they consider. destructive of Southern to the law lately'adopted and to any law for the distribution market opened Saturday with good A IIILI '

1 s- ----- -- _.- --. the opinions of Southern rights men as hostile to the rights and interests" no ground at all for insisting up- I of such proceeds among the States, as alike express doubts of Marty's soundnes These firm. To take were large. .

4 NOMINATIONS. continuance of the Union. the same sentiment, it j the observance and fulfillment by the North 1 inexpedient in policy and repugnant to the cunstituon. papers are very easily satisfied as, to the positions of Canal V
Western Flour
: t .. .. to us, should make him rejoice when they ground scemao the i f those of a contrary character, but leave this part of ti northern whigs, but scrutinize very closely the live of was sellling at 20 .
II the bargain entirely to the discretion of their Northern to Restiived That to taking Ohio at 21 shillings. Yellow_ Corn was
decidedly
we are opposed quoted
: FOR GOVERNOR : of their rebt'lliolMd resolve to all fcr- : northern democrats. If they were half as difficult to si lot
arms oppose friend*, every principle! magnaninu'fy and justice appeals from the President the qualified veto power by and white at 29s.HAVEI. .
? ther of the rise to the those friends in that Convention please when a northern whig is talked of as they are
JAMES E. BROQME. agitation qucbtionsihich gave to to come out which he is enabled, under restrictions and responsibilities .-The sales of Cottan for the
$ opinions so loudly condemned. But this would not with a declaration of faithful adherence to the Compromise amply sufficient to guard the public interest in regard to northern democrats their allies in that section week ancu

rOR CONGRESS : snit the views of the Whigs. It will do very well to so full explicit direct and comprehensive as shall to suspend the passage of a bill whose merit cannot would compose but a beautifully small body. ed to 12.000 bales-market firm at loaf'quota..
leave not a word for doubt or cavilling.-Sentinel, secure the approval of two-thirds of the Se'iato and The escape of the Cuban prisoners rr
Ulk about the extreme opinions of men when they We have for some days bad in our possession theessage lJD.A.frica itconfirmed.
t A. E. MAXWELL. May 25. House of Representatives until the judgment of .
I can affect an election favorably to themselves, but such That the Baltimore Convention will declare the people can be obtained thereon and which Las them of Gov. Marcy to Ole Legislature of New Lord John Russell declared in

: i : FOE ELECTORS : n thing as approving when their own standard is op-- Compromise a final settlement" we need not say is saved the American ]people from the corrupt and tyrannical York in 183 S,.which perhaps contains more authoritative Parliament that tW

I prosimated. or fully reached, is out of the question. domination of the Bank of the United' States. exposition of his views on the slavery question was unjust ground to apprehend an iuvadjn of In. .
wish and We want the Convention to doBO
MCINTOSH of our bop: i u France.
I MCQUEEN rwll county, Retolved That Stephen A. Douglas of Illinois or gland by "
It only becomes more in such a case to distort than do the resolutions of tile Albany meeting heretofore
necessary if for other than to and
J. CARAWAY SMITH, Jefferson I no reason simply satisfy1 James Buchanan, of Pennsylvania, is the choice of the At Paris the anniversary of the Emperor Ni
misconstrue and object, eUe whig might published by us. We had intended publishing the .potq.l
success
MAJ. JESSE COE of Jackson close the mouths of such captious objectors. as the Sentinel democracy Arkansas for President of the United death
was commemorated with
bof endangered. We fear the ghost of this letter of who will not be convinced no matter what the State.-" at the next ensuing rlectioii."Resolved V portion of the message relating to the slavery agitation a great banquet

,; At the special election for Clerk- of the Cirut Court- -, acceptance will continue to disturb the repose of democratic party may do. As fir us, we are not prepared i i. the, That choice General Gideon J. Pillow of Tennessee entire; but it occupies ten octavo pages of print andwe The Affray between Hon. Edward
of the
of Arkansas A.
democracy
: T the Sentinel,and we to bear of such ejaculations cannot find room fur it. We make extracts- Hia
last elected. expect many to that declaration of the premising
held on Monday lcGJ ARCHEK, Jr.'a say a finality on partof for Viec President at the next ensuing election. negan and Captain Duncan.We
as the Convention will confidence "Resolved That in the that at the very time tbe message was delivered have
give us any greater our delegates Baltimore already given an account of the nofUt .
t Iloa J. IL BERKIEX )has resigned his scat inr .4 1 I'r'ytbee eec there! look behold 1 !o I in the determination of our Northern democratic friends I Convention be and they are hereby, instructed to use Mr. Fillmore was answering affirmatively the interrogatories Date affray at Covington, Indiana between the *-

the Senate. There arc few Whig in the SuthP. If I stand here I saw him." I all honorable means to secure the nomination of Stephen of the Erie abolitionists. E*
tl to abide that settlement than their action has already county Edward A. Hannegan (formerly U. S. Senator
1 ): ; v ho to M good a position in Ie c;controver- What, after all, is the nature of the objection urged A. Don in pired. Have dodged or equivocated ? Marcy : Indiana, and recently U. S. Ambassador
they ever the United States nnd Gideon J.1)iUofor Vice President to
A1lICri
I : 'i HCS lately agitated the country as he did.- by the SNiJintlOur w"temporary would not understand )
P. I ,!ic Have they in their State capacity refused to let us of the United States, at the Democratic National Domestic shivery existed in almost every State and his brother-in-law Cpt John Duncan _
LiQ
fJ' Gov. Cobb has appointed Hon R M. Cliarlton, of Sa- the Madison resolutions to mean that the demo when the Federal Union was formed. Its e aracter'Was ,
Convention
j be held Baltimore
know their position ? So far from it,the democratic to at on the first suited in the death of the latter after
I I : tanaah, to fill the vacancy. oiatic party regarded compromise e as a settled fact, party I I day of June next ; but in the event of it bun? impracticable as well understood then as it M now The men: 3C toun tf
i' ., :, has already done all that it can do to make the who founded tbe General Government bad as much intense suffering. The Lafayette Journal
I and t hat in going into the canvass they meant to stand to procure the nomination of either of thopc save:
tl' 1 Te Suwannee Springs. 1 Compromise n final pdtement.They! have BUS gentlemen, our said. delegates be instructed to philanthropy, and as just an appreciation (Ir moral and V M To all inquiries as to the cause of tbe __
If I I
1 tf We advert I on the old platform of the party, and say and tl) > nothing lLuloport religious i dnty, and knew as well what was due to the i its Ac w
Duncan
; pleasure in calling attention t the l luined it in their State action, and a majority have affirmed such candidates fur President) and Vice President origin Captain invariably repi
calclated to open the discussion growing out ofthe will be ) cause of human rights as the present generation; yet: Nothing, it was nothing: and seemed
f !: izement of Mr.Trez\ut in to-day's paper. He has for : it in CongrcF1!. Their votes are on record, and as most likely to harmonize the democratic termit 5no{
i of the Compromise al ts. And vhni I}I partv."Rewired. so great did they regard the difficulties of abolishing to reveal any thing that wiuld afford additional
'"4 1': ,.i' I.; Trl years acted in the capacity of mine host" at Judge passage Broomc gives the resolutions the interpretation I : the AVnfnrwould! di) well to examine them and ai i I I That while it is the true policy of the sla>cry, and so disastrous to the public welfare wouldbe L dance against Hannegaa It ia said that a short tri-

: nt thlN Springs, and is "'el known R every way' 1 bate a little of it* perverse determination not to be ;!,, American Government to engage in no entangling, alliance as they apprehended any intermeddling with it in I time before ho died he observed that h*himself>fo

I :' f k highly fitted for thcjJutiee there devolving upon him which we placed upon them, and announces his determination -', convinced regardless of the evidence presented. We with European countries for the interference the respective States, except by the citizens and civil L I blame. It is thought by lime that he nude privaU
1' to stand by them, he is told that his letter 1 with authorities thereof that they delegated to Congress no I I declarations as to the whole matter
We that Isn" European: politic vet our !-mand) ; but if
1
; V Ire inflne pleasant bathing ploapaiit accommodations ( that so far as the democratic party can male the :, own safety e M tber
J1 : j nnd! 1 I ia unsatisfactory, because it is at best but a sull n acquiescence. ; > that we should prevent, Ly peaceable means if -'i-, power to act on this subject, further than to prohibit: have not yet been made public. lie died after

?r ).. a wcll-furnisued table can. offer inducements He must give the Cl.mrn.mie his unqualified compromise a settlement, it has been done ; Illl.l l we :. i bio, by forco if IIntarY, the further acquisitions of the importation of slaves after the year 1807; but theyrecognized fcriug the most intense pun, calm and composed sot it

, r:, t,iitor his HiJl" ought to b well will add tliat if the whig party: can be brought to t take I'1 i territory upcn the North"American continent by for the right of the several States to continue 12 o'clock on Saturday lAst fully and frfelf&rriv-
; w filled. arpTO\'III 1, it seems; otherwise he is a secretoLeniv without interference, them to de- i ic Mr.
shivery obliging
by Ilannegan. Immediately
I (the same high ground, the matter be cign )wc1. g after the Ctfcorrencf
of the Ifrnublic. But we \ebtnro to that may CtJm.iJcrelll(I __ liver l lt to each other all slaves. left.
We say I I up fugitive They i Copt Duncan requested the Masonic
r commend J
these Springs of the in i fralenuty
L one I ,
l settled. All that is needed to
places
I Ins the
.; : i if Judge Broomc could so far forgit hinvelf! if {rumV now quiet ce C2T" If the KJitor <>t' the Sentinel will read the let- i \the right to abolish slavery w here only it could be sl e1ly J 'which both he ana Mr. Hanr.rgan were meinbt-n,
i j nriJI where those of our citir'ns wl .> arc disposed try, is for the whigs to abandon their n'1 I I left-with the States wherein ta
opposition respective slavery ex take him in did
charge. BOO
They w, le .
any Ultins cf policy he could be made to stultify ,. t ers of Mr. IlaIJttt recently published in the. Boston \ Mtnied
r 1 J1:; 101ea\e home for summer recreation can be wtll cntci the furtive t law-fjr they as a party ore now al ne i isted. with the honors of that order on Sunday afternoon...
j t ':: tallied. himself) by approviny the compromise, we would 1 agitating a repeal <-T modification of that I I I Statesman, in which lie vindicates himself tigainstisueh j( The State of New York had this right, and although The funeral took place from Mr. ILinncgao'i readme

.{ Ij _________________ still hear him condemned as unsafe on the great question melSure.I I:II charges as our neighbor has been bitterly urging the difficulties and dangers of exercising it by where Capt. Duncan di I The hitter. UK oeJ/
In
what State for instance is the
,j f-4' }.Ull! The Alachua Meeting of Union. democratic partyagitating !I against him of late we think his wrath against that''' :reason of the small number of slaves in proportion the living brother of.Mrs. Hannegan wlo still Kf, tliobjectof

'11 i; Whoec proceedings we publish to-day exhibited a Is thoie anybody in this State, whig or democrat, that question J There Li not a tingle ca=e to I 1 I I gentleman will be- much abate-d. Here i il one, in the :l whole population[ were trivial compared with those universal pity. The anguish : ..
which our opponents can point to show that the democrats I t which would attend the exercise of it in the southern I garl's mind i is daM to bu most intense and
1 li Fpirit promising well for the coming canvass. The w bo aj-proved the manner ia which California was ad- very hrt-Le.] abolitionism, who has the boldness! to States where this numbe-r ] fxerulittH .
arc acting with the whigs rgaiust the proportionably large ;yet The consequences of this rash act have drhenlam
I
t
fugitive
: i. democracy there mean to have their principles endorwd -11!j I milted f-Who has approved all the measures emI I dawanil enounce abolitionists and fiee-soilers, and wI.o takes >slavery was not finally abolished here until 1627. We '' to a stats ely bordering ou insanity.

1, t! I!. by the fashioned mnjority, nnd they have gone 1 braced in tbe conipromios1 I Certainly no democrat ,j jhas. we defy the Florida Scntlnd, or any other I great pains to prove himself free from the contagion w:re left to come to this result in our own time and I 'r Capt. Duncan raised a troop of hone in Lkliug

; ; ". arly to work for the JHIIJHASC The !. l'etion..r a : If tlit're be any \1.i110 has dune eo, we are 'j I whig authority to point to but one biagle solitary !I of their abominable! doctrines, but who, uotwitl.tanclIbg I manner, without any molestation! cr interference from county, Ohio, during the Mexican ,war, and served
: : |I Northern State in which a W.iCou'"Cutic.u? ll'sX any other State. f am very sure that intermeddling I
'J ; j!,; candidate for the Legislature wus a good one, bath in I IJ yet to learn his name. And if this be s>, what h their I this, is denounced by a Southern paper, evi-n the with! us in this matter, by the citizens of other States, gallantly on the field of battle.. He was brave,noble,
I pressed acquiescence in it -:Jl the rest have tiLLer V
J I. pjiut of fitness for the position and of availability. Of p.>iiticn but one cf neqes.'eoc<* f but whether it i h'I '; ., ; :: Floiila Sentinel, oa utterly unworthy of Southern would not have proved accelerated our measures!, and L! : i and generous, and as a merchant in Covington fr the

I' I ; -oursc Capt Dell will lx elected. The approval ejf the 'I ullt"! er not H a matter of nj moment to the qaes1 j j 1 I blinked1 it, or arrayed) them -res iu opposition tit <> e cnifiikn', and utterly unfit fur an alliance with: ani V j might haveproved rtiischievom. Such services, if V( i last two years was highly esteemed f>r Iu
gentlemanly -
j :: action of the Madion i Convention and the i ion. In the lIoue, \\'heu the bill pJssedollly (lire: they bad IJI'u tell.Jcred, would have been rejected atu3ek48 1
acceptance ti This is precisely the position cf Judge JJroome I I party of Southern nI -lL Why is it the Sentintl will (1| demeanor. Mr. Ilannegan and Liinsvlf bad
V |j could be induced it and regarded! us .n in\"azic'n or our rigMs.
1 : to vote for while
:
cf its nominees rurrsix recorded -
: what
bce-n
i' ; was just we had led to ..
cxH e opposed the compromise on principle, but when it J not apply the same rules to his course as it 'toes to So far. therefre ng it repocts the people oC this: i always been warm friends, but ncfortunately they
I t their names in the and what I' .
negative against
:1: j. pect; and we doubt not that the sterling democrats became a law, an 1 the people of the Sc.uth acquiesced j I I: (the course of Fillmore arid t'Lftl'r1.en "lulls of: State or any action that con emanate from them, I can: were both intemperate and at the time of the cccw-

T" :; of Alachua will bow at the ballot-box that for theirpart i in it. as a mousurc of peace, he determine- to acijuicsce the Ti llunc denominates "slave! catching. Aud the! j health" fall fir: short of Jlr. HallettX we carn.ot de- : 'discover no one good that has resulted, or con be rear j[f as well as tile day previous, iatvxicatai
| were
, j. they are determined that wlligb'l'ry bhall lose its other day when )!r. ..Tnk nu's resolution was vote-don, !I sonably expected to result,from the proceedings of the f fabolitionists
i.' ]likewise, and leaves it to the people; of the Bf'cti.fnwLich : i i ,: tine, u'Jcs wt attribute it to that! blind party: devo I i with liejuor.
:; I t t)hold ia the State nnd be driven to give up the the still : with all )lr. Fillmorc' influence only seven could lit :' ion which will in Democrat. : ; but the train of evils which must neCI'S5I1t j ________ __ ____ __ ______
I only part remaiuiaj to be executed i i.Jto see nothing good a nothing i rily attt'nd thtir onward movements, is in number and
; (: bnr. Lt to the cral"h to vote in its favor.
I r r' ;i gln t.i be enforced, to evince their determination to imJcc l bad in a Whig 11 nm nitude most appalling. V From the Sandwich Wand-
: -- V (| Thus we sec tint the wily thing wanted t." make the II ___ I "
i If: The Wakulla Hotel. I II i it final and pcrulh,c. The great engine whkh theaboIirionicU profess to Accounts concerning the late male eruption onManna
I. V !! ,Compromise a fu.al FtttK-ir.ent, is n declaration from:; \Vhigs '(m( i"U'1f a'.clifleofflc-henre nrivs the'nec.iy wiild. IUIIly! the operations of which they hope tv'' L.1a. were received in Honolulu th 2nd
to ofMarch.
: W ? are Informed recent,isiturs to that'! The ,. ,
4 by Newport uieof the Jem cratic
c' South almnj j [ I I cf : theia ,
rut become
a.-kug: to cai.didatc\
to their} within their reach is di
: bring object free
li ,
j jI taztly ( Whlj;; C.i.v<'ntion, rail an acquiescence in Hint'.Lc1arati..n ,II U : The
:; the WakulLa Hotel l is ]lcpt in a manner creditable! to i j I d proves that they will bold communion! with tin i|I all',* the people to elect them."Florida \\\'h-;.r, 22
1 1;i'' L;. its cntcrpri"ing proprietor, A. B. Noycs. osq. We i party -it the Norj'i' whore prin iiJes] nod action ore op- bv the NorthernUi': p:itt v. The d -lt'li t'1 j it.s.'. I ers are to be msfructed l in their duty ; to be Twa vessels Iwl sailed fr Hilo both filled! to their
, r. crutic party i i.< alrca: Jy lUlIttt"I-tllC'rc; is n.iv 1 j I I lessors ntmoat capacity with people who desired to witness
. : "t are assured that no pains arc spared by Mr. Noyes to i pose-d to the cxccutioa of the fa::Itive liw, r'r )}'.tJle to I no Will our cotcmpnrary name us an inftoncf of a of humanity, of moral .bligation! and cit il liberty -:
IT I Iata (taking its position, nor the ptisJti-m; (It i its candidates 1'I office rt'cLUI I ; and to b? indaoed to strip the bunds from their t j great ernpt )n. ,
and if
: procure'erytLI1g tliat land r.nd water affcrd to Suutheru ias1itlt.. If the Whig's declining so fortunate as ti' tthis The
: V j )us. Nrth shall fail t J abide j jj If the Contention however blae. and receive them into social and political f.--1 eruption seems to have broken out through
the tastes of his while rfuill sr6 proper to pa* : I I ( probably he can tell us in round number how on f>ld figure, about onc-tlurd down the eideof
lrJ l' gratify gastriijomical guests, I by tilt compromi, notliing that Judge Broome can I : S'1 I lowhip. After all that has been done to accomplish! I ALnm

; ,: l : ; Ms kindly atteutinnscommend him to the best feelings say can make them do so, and hence the necessity of[ Mr. Jackson's resolution, or some othfr one like it v ,' many more cf the sort" there are ? But hov l lon t this end, it may not be unprofitable to look at the re- I Lon, on the northwest si Je, and nut from the old af it

: Lt an J licit the beEt WisheS of his vi itors. 1 lca\ the 1 shall l be glad, but such a resolution, after all they !4IIe (hit nccctfity"ia' dL-cnvcre-d ? This akii sulK If we believe: tLe concurring testimony of the', |on the summit, called )!okuo'lt'S/w o. The altitude
lug question of finality fur thorn to determine i j! i"I i V the
' 01 I! i base I citizens : present ernpti./ni is ab nt 10f( W) ftet abiwe the!.
: thus f..r d< lies ill not give eonfijuioc of the slaveholdlug: States, not ODe convert has
ugn-atir
; 4flAediO arc fond of tho bath as well as thoee The action of the democratic party South has been t' i iu their j: .( bi-mess, "u far 1." our memory serves i:,*, n a' Iveu made among them : On the contrary their el of the son, aid from the bayf Hily, (Byrotfi Bac.)
determination
: Bi, i: vho are lx.-ncatted by iti healthful effects, can never such as to create by the force jf mc'rol'fr an in- .' to abide that scttlemfiit! We: t new thing for the men of that party-in Florida at'Kt !' ". arc aroused!; a deep sense of iiidi-jnaTi p.iSVV at must be si/me 50 or CO miles! "if i it succeeded in reaching

I : Lave a better opportunity fvr enjoyment. Why should flurnce favoniLle to the rights of the Southern I' do not ask Ultra to be every day eruetiig"linalifiis": I I unprovoked wrong and a ehievou3 intermeddling l the ueewat the point suppt'sn.-J after hivirg filled
: people, -three or four tinges cu !ht to rcMIJ1lLc! : up all the ravines, guehes! ana inequalities of ahroktn
, :
t. s.iti.-f/ with their elome-stsc excites and Relates the
I. : citizens The nomination i is r concerns
Northward fame MJcd!
Summer a
our hurry as soon as sets and before the canvass is over this truth may be made mea rapep. only entire mass of the white population The abolitionists., country. it will uuduubte-dly be one /f tLe must extensive -

:I in, when we have such places of resort as Newport, more apparent 1 I I I to inliicc Major Ward to ruri" f IT G"v rnor. P-tting' null all their works, are 1.\udJvallc1 universally : eruptions of modern tiJnf."

jc" f I'! i .nd others that could be named, at which their health II The Ditrer'nce.I his and that together, vc suppose the WM=: only : nounced as seditious, incendiary and wicked; and; de-I Cue account states that the erupt>n Lad filled up is-

l'1 would be well North Carolina. :I I That this aol that tlat th. will "decline" if '! bou'U and cord) which unite to the vines in
.. V as preserved, and the season could be feature of the Compromise; means Major nut asked. I amity cor us peo- of IOU, 200, and 300 feet depth. It was atil

t- made to pass away as pleasantly, at least, as at any At a recent Convention of the democratic party of l r 'unacceptable to the great b-xly of Southern \* higs-to I r l pie of the South are threatened 1 with severance because in progress.

I. 1' : this State, there was shown the I tbe Sentinel and IX L Ward "is a matUr of iiiitoriet The Homestead Bill. V we tolerated within our borders these disturbers _ _
of the
: ; Northern retreat If we would build same: patriotic spirit
: V V up a L lach] characterizes I -nr.r herein MOS there :any dijfercncc Senliml', The fallowing is on abstract ef this bill whf.-h has I, of their peace and viol itors of their laws. Such, ware Lanientablecotemporary Delusion.
the
.f..11 place within our own borders we must and I democracy throughout Jtle ,
encourage May 25. assured u the progress which the arguments of the .

L (' patronize those who, at great trouble and expense,, Union ; and there seem to be indications that the'I}i Well, th. n, whit was IV diT: >ren.-e I The C"m- ': pso.i l the 11-nne of Representatives by a vote d 10jM. abolitionist have made in bringing the e1an.oIJerl: i its A says-

. V ;I prepare a place for our reception. Nothing need be 4-old North State" will rally}her strong JM wor to throw i I I concurrence iu their views. f A melancholy evidence of hallucination, caused ky
I promise was unacceptable to Southern Whigs, they I i The bill as MW presented provider that .>fIn I i V When we consider the matter and manner of these t the absurditk
I : f said as to the effects on the prorperity the State of off altogether the shackles) of higgcry. Many of !'. any spiritual rapping u exhibited in a long
< u : i: the wretched system of absenteeism BO long prevalent t citizens will rcraeml Duncan K. Mcltac, ei
oi;' I J E l in Florida. President e-f the Convention, as a very agreeable and I I t ,and justice. If this b whit the Sentinel means, whut I' had bvoome a citizen prior to the 1st ..f January,, i I been indignantly rejected. In all that regards the: t'[of New-York, who has long occupied a prominent po-

;. Mr. Noycs deserves the encouragement we have talented gentleman, who passed a few months her tl i miserable stuff is all its clatter : 1852, as requir by the naturalization laws of (tlc Cnited 1! civilities of )life, in hyh intellectual cultivation and endowments I sition in the political affairs of that State, having been
I .t. I ajdln; democrats for I: States, shall, from after the oftlUact I in mind conduct and character in oompre-I
mentioned and trust citizens will fail winter before last in search of health and. will be passage State Senator,Judge of nearly cr quite all LeIf cexcti
" f1 we our not to they ; o t c': 0 manifest their appreciation hid efforts decided glad to see that he has the strength and vigor and will I I Ito i I.r the State from the lowest to tbe highest-and wbo
by more 1J I would) be as to the greater or less warmth and energy I vacant and unappropriated public land, or a quantity j iu ability to give these principles a practical application

,' b evijeneethan mere words can give give his abilities to the serviceof Jiis State and of his with which Whigs anl Democrat) expressed their <>bjeetiou ,I equal thereto, to be 1 located in u body in confo.aiitywith iu love of country and devotion to its best interests is now a Judge of the Court of Appeals-the highest

. ; ; country.-The resolutions of the Convention of a tills : the legal lubchn.MJ of the public lauds, auJ aftcr the people of the South have furnished as many I court of judicature in the State. The IWaJelphiaLedg'r
I j;;: Entries of Land in Florida. character follows general j to and that unacceptable feature Judge : the same shall have been eurveyehtil. eminent examples 03 any other section of the Union. :
are as : I says
I i l We are glad to see that the bill which passed the !Broome was mire earnest and indignant than Col. : L The person applying for the benefit of the act, When an attempt from any quarter, or under any pre- "

,: V House of Representatives on the 1st of April, to legalize We, the delegates of the democracy of North Caro-I Ward in showing up the atroci .us nJuct of Northern to make nn affidavit: that he or she is the head of a L I tence is made to disparage them if we forebore to of It seems that the Judge's mind has been exercised
it t lina in Convention assembled l late spiritualism and the
considering the cud i is the upon by dwelling upon
i and in family, not owner of estate in bwl at; vindicate their character, we might seem to be
unmindful -
i; js' : certain entries of public land made in this State, a proper one fur the ie-iWbCrtiou of the well defined I I men, pjiuting out his ground of complaiat the time of such application, and any has not disrxx-J of 1 of what is due to them forthe distinguished I subject he found himself become impressible ss a me

: V nfler having been-referred to a Committee, and re and time-honored principles that bind us together as u against V Oiis and that feature" of the Compromise, : any estate in land to obtain the benefit of the act. part they have acted in all the trials and conflicts dium. In this condition lie has bad ictcrrie-wi vit&

V "n V ported bark was on motion of Mr. Mallory, taken up party, do and forsooth, this} is to be charged upon him as disunion I- 3d. section refers to the duties of the Land Register. through which our country Las passed, from the earliest !I the ghost of Franklin) William Penn. Sir Isaac seT-'
R'tolvf 1st That we are for a rigid construction ton, and S\n den1.trg.118t is eorioos, Sir
of as hatred of the federal of the Revolution down to the time. very
in Government and know stages !
the Senate on the 12th inst, read a third time and we present Isaac
; t the Constitution of the United States was still ia the Ianof
as a grant of not what else that's bad. 4th' All land acquired under the provisions of the In all the views I have been able to take of the labors engaged considering
N pnscd. The bill i id intended for the benefit of those limited for and Dr. r'l
gravitation
power; an iudcpcii'laut and Frauklin was explaining
treasury ogainst act shall in no event become liable to tile satisfaction of the abolitionists, I have not discovered that I.
V :'' M our citizens who entered hinds which had been iu a United States Bank; for a tariff for re venueand The Scnlinel rgoes on to say, we rallied on the lor any debt or debts contracted prior to the LuuLgof' have produced a single benefit ; but step in their they r manifestations by the 'Odie Force' They 1I'rrt all

. 1k : market under the Armed Occupation Act but were against a tariff for protection; for economy hi the great principle unjerlyiu it (the Compromise))the the patent therefor. 'I movements thus far, has been attended every with evil con I-: 'bright and shining spirits.' After all this, die_

jo V subsequently withdrawn. Thus taken out of market administration of the federal for government and againstextravagant t principle of non-intervention by Congress." Did you I 6th. If at any time after filing the affidavit required!, sequences. I will not undertake to describe the cabuuities nm hail them a glance among the wicked spirits fruitkitfc.! H*
expenditures ; an early payment of and before tho expiration of five it shall be which in all saw undergoing punishments by
= would
: result from
But probability,
who docs years
, ':sJV and not eubject to entry, though occupied by our citizens the public debt and against the payment of stale and not know that this is the principle upon: proved that the person locating on such lands Iiall I j I their further progress, not only to the people of the to gratify the passions they had been CS'ViE

: :, they could acquire no titles thereto. This bill l unfounded claims.2d. which the democratic party has always stood-that it I I' have changed his or her residence, or abandoned the I I several States, but to the whole human race, so far as by on earth. We con imagine no more meJ

,, : : xxinrms their titles. It reads as follows: That we are devoted to the Union of the States U the principle which was inscribed on the Coss han 'I said entry for.more than six months at any one time: i the cause of civil liberty is concerned,because I indulge 'spectacle, than a once powerful mind driven tews

I: : V AN ACT to legalize certain entries of public land and desire of its th preservation! Constitutionand Lv n strict and faithful observance .-1 I I ncr in 1848,.when this same Sentinel was rallying all[ then the land to revert back to the Government. und j V the hope that they have already reached the last stager verge Are of those insanity by such a miserable imposture,7

': J.: V made b the State of Florida. impartial jtu.tire to all iu parts. by doing equal and ,I its strength to defeat him} But it brought itself over. be disposed of as other public lands are now b- I'| of their onward career. I willlingly turn from 3view business not deluding who follow individuals, as a profitable with calfia ,

I k4 Be it enacted the Senate and House ,. law. of the subject to direct attention to what spirho '
by of Revre- : J. That we are wilu'iis to adhere to the measures of, j i and will not bo too modest to claim an exclusive right your plugs, knockings, visions from the otter world sw
individual resident of
? : tentative! of the United State of America in Con known the tthIany now a any State { has been done and what may be required, to prevent
!. aret. aitembled; That the several entries of land (embracing I- adjustment Ole faithful and as full compromise and inhis t, I|I there, saying to Democrats who have always been: or Territory, and not a citizen of the United States c I further evils from this cause* Va similar fraudulent exhibitfors, indictable for ottsIll1money
1j upon execution of the law in regard there thee but at the time of for the benefit of under false pretensions r
from making
I *
, 1' tracts once reserved to satisfy claims under to fugitive slaves ; and we will not get my bight this is no place for you. application .

I V the armed occupation act but which claims were forfeited candidate for the Presidency who withholds support a full.any Oh I yes, for the sake of party triumph, it would do to the act shall have filed a declaration of intention e/> to I | Relying on the influence ofa sound and enlightened Pisa On G.-s.-A company ha*1 been fonntd ia
d.). AH required by the naturalization laws of the United V
restrain and
,. prior to the allowance of said entries public to control the misconduct tiC the
i ) permitted and
prompt upHc.it avowal of Ilia approval Ole said discredit Gca Casa, and uphold, i- New York to manufacture artkls re-
principle or no principle States and shall become citizen of the before pine oil an
citizens of free gas
1 : at the bind office at Newnan \ille, in tbe State of law, and oC his determination a same a government, especially when directed, t
; be, and the same are hereby confirmed and 3 4th. That the public londa'are to lIfvree the the sa.me. old Zack Taylor; but after the trick was accomplished I- the i issuing of the patent an mode) and provided 1 as it has been in this the with unexampled energy i jr ceutly patented in England. It is said a galkn o( it

V jmtriits fchull i issue thereon as in other cases: Proviid. ty of all the States, to be held by the common General proper Government t and bad brought the Union almost upon the for in this act, he shall be placed upon an equal footing and unanimity to the particular evils under considers.- [ coats but 12 cents, and will be sufficient for the sop jY
That the land so entered shall have been dissolution it is all with the native bom citizens. I. tion, and perceiving that its operations have been thus I '
t : upon as a common fund for the of verge i right to talk IUf\tiJYLLnut the I of twenty burners for hour. Thii lights buntfij-
the one
j4 't the faith of the register's certificate, improved by the public debt and other payment 17th. No individual is permitted to make more than far salutarv, I entertain tho best hopes that this reme 1[ ty
charges upou the public tras I- great rally of Southern Whigs upon the nonintervention one entry under this act. I of itself will five lioun per night wfll ccst but $1 12wbfle the
::4 party in interest under said certificate, and that the f II dy, ; entirely remove these evils, or ren1Oer j
t aid land U not churned by adverse parties. T5th.. principle 1 There was no virtue in such a princi. I them comparatively narmiess. irat these reasonable Plt.V That we are in favor of the nomination I --- ---- -- -- n. '
I
of j
tbe
r Hon. Robert Strange for the office of Vice President I I I I pIe! while only democrats i inc-isted upon it but the moment Whig Mass Meeting. expeotations should unhappy, be disappointed;!I 92 25, mkin a difference in one year of W.*.*
Sullen Acquiescence. of tho United States tliat whig ban Is touch it it The Pensacola Democrat of the 20th inst. says :- if in the face of numerous and striking exhibitions of btv.ery
; we duly appreciate his u impregnated with a I vor of the new invention. The apparatus is said.
t 'V Our neighbor of the Scidlnrl objects to the position great moral worth. his varied and extensive attainments saving power of wonderful'value. "On Friday mid Saturday evening lost fruitless attempts public reprobation, elicited from our constituents by a i
and but small
fear of the fatal issues in simple, occupies a
i ; (.f the democratic of Florida in iu his uniform and eloquent made to just which the uncurbed"ef 'pee.'Will
)party acquiescing advocacy of the gres iiprineiilcs But if the Sentinel means to say that the Compro.mise were get up a Whig meeting in our fort of the abolitionists end :

t' i : the measures of compromise, as it would seem because diallv recommend of democracy his name,and to tliftt the we earnestly and cor- wits framed on the non-intervention principle, city. On Monday evening last (the third attempt) a portion of these may misguided ultimately men shall, any persist considerable t7' the editor of the Florid Whiy pW .

;; he thinks that such baa been consideration of the sufficient number raked in them forward 1 us for the in the of bb of wlaibe
i : acquiescence not cheerful I, Baltimore. Convention. there u indeed a difference between us.' Everybody was together to furnish a pushing to disastrous consequences, familiarity use name

I 1! but in bis own expressive language, has only been a a knows that there was the most active intervention ,. Chairman Secretary and Committee. We are informed then a question, new to our confederacy,will necessarily complains For the moment we had1ostaiglthe I f

I: -. fullcn acquiescence. This is reducing the issue toa 12th. That we re-affirm the resolutions of the Bait the part of the General Government in bringing about on that when the Committee retired to prepare a preamble how arise far,the must several be met States It can must provide,then,be within determined the old Whig claim about "11 the decency.:

. very narrow point Iu the first place, were it necessary more Couvcutions of 1844 and 1848, as fur as they are the formation of a State Government in California.- and resolutions, the Chairman and Secretary exercise of their constitutional powers, and how proper foD"*
A Paomrcr We find the
V we might very well deny the fact that the applicable to the present condition cf the country. President Taylor, even violation of the Constitution were 'left alone in their glory.! Alas!, whig glory far in fulfillment of the obligations resulting from their WORTS HZXDIXG.-

; democrats, .of Florida' have. exhibited. any tullcnncttva ,Tho Standard, iu noticing the proceedings of the sent a member of Congress there, clothed with You way now exclaim, with Woolsey, 4I have reached federal relations, they ought to pJ'Cvideby their own I I ing prophetic language in an exchange ppert .
laws for the trial man'will
The will .rfsfif
powerto punishment by their day come when a as
l the" subject; for indeed our acute'neJibbor has as Convention closes its article with the following cheering direct the and .the highest point of all my greatness and from own judicatories -!
army navy of that region ia aid of residents within their limits guilty of acts think of walking without feet or workingwitboiitbtfAas
4 yet totally.Called to point out in what that suilenness remarks :. the movement for State organization.' Was there no I that t full meridian of my glory I now'haste to toy : therein which are calculated and intended to excite insurrection of success without advertising- ,Such is the V itMpr

.t: contists; or t&specify any evidence "of if s'existence; -DEMOCRATIC FaOTPECTs.-The prospects .of the' intervention here I Then, too, we ask if it is nonintervention .!. tiog., V I and rebellion in a sister State. Without able course of things; and io a fe"Inn sot onfrol'*

; : and in the neat place we might appropriately l republican party.were never brighter than the power to pass such laws, the States would not the greatest wholesaler of the greatest city,. to.f*
in
vary writer observes
It would
they,are at present In all the thirty-one States the Congress to say that a mans slave shall be t-7"A quaint :- not be possess all the necessary means for preserving their smallest retailer'of the smallest town 'arRr}ipg& *'

,t :# ose"t.r

t unable to discover that acquiescence in the Corn- are -greatly in the minority.. The people have pronounced I was provided in the bill abolishing the slave trade in asW: .IL Seward and Humphrey Marshall canvassing would be without the ability fblhll in all instances, I r seize the golden ball of opnortunrty,. wbo takes _&

V promise is in an/wise weakened or impaired iU against their policy time and again ; and their that District Does the 'Schlincl' enaction; this the State of New York in the same buggy, and sleep the sacred obligations which they owe to each otheras I tide of fortone at its ft cd.wbo tern fin by the ***
. only hope now U b a.sectionalcanvass: and the as members of the Federal Union Such V lock, start now, and win the whan. diW
: being characterized u nJlen The Sentinel how game a ia goal
as' the power
lug under V
; of. 'I mum. meeting tho principleD which it 10'bravely ral lovingly some blanket aa John) ?I. the acknowledged attribute of sovereignty and the neighbors beginning to talk abort begitont."J

,: ntr" may consider--otherwise; and we .accord to ilsome 1 But they are mustering their forces, made up of lied r If not, then again it must.blot out that line it Botts and Captain Tyler. It would not astonish us to exercised or it is often necessary to prevent the embroiling '. ,

.V ,p right to Determine how lei acgvieteence )t s I- cootolklationista;' oldf* hionbd federalist' abolitionisU has chalked between'us, acknowledge. 'by taking see Botta and Giddiogs operating together in Ohio,and of neighboring nations. The general government Tui JD1 bun Cf ZsGLAxkUr. S.8. 7.V

4 .fected by sullennees,*bce it yields a very "ttdle, acqWHeeoce" fort,to and dutch the like the; and they will make a desperate'ef: its position on our side, 'that.it 'has found, one other Mangnm and Clingman the wonder and admiration of is at this timo exereisinsf. that Power to soppress 'I BBHjVof Mobile,'claim to be the.r tW heir*( "
oilices I V
in th and honors of the country.Theil' .- such acts of*the citizens of the United States Jennings estate b Eodfnd. 'US ., .dIII'-
V propriety the the barrens of North done great
position assumec pine Carolina in
sound their
plank in
i leaders will hesitate our platform. eloquent
at nothing which may seem : within its j jurisdiction in relation to. the belligerent single link I "antM i laiIniiir11 lbss1? from fii31vof
: one
,- ,.b/. ,tbe' democratic party,as.to further "/ agitation." to promlH,vptes and success ; and it V therefore 1 becomes praises of another no-party Whig candidate. -the O<>- I tbontiea of Mexico'and T ju.a are.iqoonsistent wftb- I 1581, down$o tb& d&y bsgththl&Vbatkddeatmsls

tv> presume M difficulty. wfll' arise-\a the. minds, of the democrat* in all quarters make ready for 'Escape of the Cuban InYIdSrL I )lab 91 the,''PttUstine the.terror. of the -3Lsxicans--.I the regions of peace and'amity we sustained toward linisI doiide5t of c xmi :

the jwoplp.CD this score, and the democratic'party" -are the contest, and to go into It dtttrmlntd to eo'&. We learn from the New York Henld that Don A.Leageo and thi greatest and most gJoriota Whig'dead : those Stales., goch 'iorer. therefore4; belonged to ainga, bo oam V 4V

V ''TOM!e anxious to oltalo tbe'approval of the people and If w. should fail eound\ the tbe fault would be our own. Out I Braga Miranda, Don Ignacia BeUpres and Most wonderful. all, it would be;oo wonder or nlive. If-V the'torereigntr each of the States beWtb? formtamani. court of Zlizab.tb th. ov* (
ooipZ.sare people are with tu, and,un' Don JUIIIO'BOWk. atIo of 1M.UDioo aadu'I&r. their tco.V.w168l.booarsooiIMtbS
Cubans iWatioca
: tbtir own conscience* than the aivtion of the Senf ., less we becom* sopine ADd undiffereot, and.fr*uotnieto witbMaj.J. Scblewcn- d T. Johnston-- of Pennsylvania and Mr.. Webster to lIicb.oth.it.u aot4eept4 to .

: J -tinc!,: V 1i ,ourselyes and our.cause, ck&rywupercIs upon I ger, a Hungarian, bad escaped from the Spanish penal should eocde together,and take a "hasty piate'of soap" er .-11 nil remains.uitiwd dael..a aael th 0
.
; ; ';-;; our .taue .,*, colony in Afrina.VApff21ti, and arrived at.LJV: T- under the same vine and figtrte to the health tion t efW41 i& hye addi1Iooa1lWe 6WD *.'JllEl sIt+fnaVb3 bi YmilliOOV
of
; : it. i the fault ; '_ f'-' & '
frV W m'i' rftrtmiupOfnWSt i ;- ,. : [lliJOI'clQ the,third last; They all belonged to the Lo- Scott .Such is the flexible nature the matter and object of the federal eompeit1 !*w ,of doUses,.. Thi 1a i:'! :

;;ri tbf; t.r rnp .tbit: 'tbe don't tti-k r>i Itlb. %9F' Ripf'pMi,. w* md.rig*. "or* ('.* bale in tie }sl opVz: rrpcditinn, and'wre jMTpaiiny to leave for A- t'bt': ,{"n. when they appear to b'as of Whig. trat doubt that the Legislature pouessea, the power to years, IIUVyWdei'about. 1&O000 Vflowe
JIoJiticiaD4'1 such
: rant '.If ;'ltIItj"11 in p'lttia' ; IJJ"IJ (1:1 bile inurVt nil Sat HP!iv I' !a>t.." IIIC d.:.& they arc a3 eLa ti.: us gutfa percha" pass the penal laws as will hav*fa .ff, t of preventing : baa a,poationof tb.prpeT .'i' '
cituena pf (this SUte he has Il
j and rcd-lents witbin.i4. trnstee, f'it which gyrrsV ,
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tv a fiiftd in this city to rm1e *** f wiui u JmXrnit Comparing'Beauty. the, eMerwirpart Dill for Partition. /

trsrcmii hUer wLtui VASinsesTOX, :May 18,1851.As Mr. Bones, of theUfnrof FowilBone* & of Delaware Bounty, in this State, there re- FRANKLIN. CIRCUIT,COITBT-IN CHAJfCEfcf'MontecaS BAR'rI* ttam4

the 1nv for the DVtnocnitif Co., was one of those remarkable sides"n"fnan.namcd : ': ;v"
gentleman oe,w in Cdiftr- Approaches holding monev-ma- B-* now Justice of Myers, .
National C'ji.uuUo'1, lets if personal preference i* king men, whoso, uninterrupted sacces iu the Peace, and 'a very sensible man, but, by PS.. 10 Tiiaoc dre patteroa .
munifibU-d by lh..?e who nre ti select a candidate. Uado had been the 4i>,Mulini Jaeonet do
William Rowland The Merchant Bank of
wonder and .
consent tie ihdi- Wright
afforded
the common ugliest looking Worked CoDara
March 28 1652. and 50 ;
; a nAi'.e elev lion is
.tiF&Aict-sco < apparently boyinning to
exercise New S.
)
material for the Vork .Thomas W. Brockrubrougfa. Arthur
,
its hulut nee for the lonnouy the Dennocratie gossip of the town for seven vidual in the whole, county ? being long, Ella A. Brockenbrough ThonuuW. 24 pair worirtd SlMre -
Brockrntjrough, ,
f if not io most respects,, party. "..1 ftrtt divicr" is yielding to a desire to years. Being of a familiar turn of mind he gaunt, sallow and awry, with a gait like a and Mary Efca&th Brexfccnbrough, Lucy B. JAMES B, GAifBLE

Ti**liiVlc*. artk inwy-The climate in uot fuultUian produce union, and u b x.vtr nwy be the"uoiuiDee will was frequently interrogated! on the subject, kangaroo One day, ho was out hauling, Uaxvoll, EHxabefli V.Maz1bU. Simeon Maxwell, April 24,1861.. 16 F''
eoxnt1 On < be heartily and wuajativnifly sustained. Be will It.Ike and invariably as the and of the minors of Defendant
gave secret of his success on one mountain, roads he met a ct FEMALfJ COLLEGE
eo that of any otLerupvt of I'rftident. The fad that such feelings! nuj eenti- that ho minded THE BAPTIST
it is D his own ljjisjne man on foot and alone, who was longer, llTJflREAS; Mordecai Myers Us fifed his Eill for ,

l#1d I or heard. I wpeak more partica- | merits which is pervade deatiD the tu party trown, is the the bsnners augury of of the the Democ victory. A gentleman! met Mr. Bones on.the Assan- gaunter, uglier, by all odd, than himself.He partition of the property ia the city of Apalacbicola Of 8ooth-W twn Q.mtrpHlS \&, ?

*ucIwo. Thc Summer feufion is dry racy. 1 see rnore and more of this same security ia r'inkbridge. He was gazing intently < n the could give the "Squjre" fifty and beat known aa share C, of the Columbus property Seminmnr.located i -VnU Nora nmr CntVJL
seaward J cold. confuting of LoU 5,18, G J LoU 6, irf, G 2
iigb triads from ta our organization everyday. Men arena Lnger regarded dashing foaming waters as fell the him. Without saying a word B raised ; ; bert Randolph Cwmty,WM oefted on ths I6tb
they over Lots 1, to; II 2 ; Lots 1, 't. Block 20; Lot 1. 2. 3,
ifttf"1& re I cannot s3y; but they nre as the lirbt objects success. Principles onlv dam. lIewascvidcrity in n brown study. his gun and deliberately levelled it at the Block 37 ; part of Wharf Lots 2G. 27, 13, 14. and six instant, unit eircuiBateDCM cUndmy k-tlienumbw neounfiaf/of
the the close of the first w pupfl
\ are now cngroeMag attention of At
: [ ts light breeze with an occatona1oo whatever may be the division of the our Baltimore friends, Convention and Our friend ventured to disturb his cogitations. stranger. For God's sake, don't shoot !" and a q-arter acres of land near th* city of A| lachicola. ta the InstitatJowanwiinUd to.,ety..

diaiate can be more healthy.M1"1 Fort (provided the candidate is n sound National Mr. Bones, tell me how to make a thousand shouted the man, i in great Alarm. "Stran m the County of Franklin: And whereas, The members -of.the ftculrr at.,, at preaeat,th it

T' jiig, I pcsurae no place cau be found Democrat,) it will meet with tbe general eoncmrenee dollars!" ger," replied B I swore ten years Thwnas W.Brockcnbimurh and Elizabeth,Arthur S.Brockcubrough iofanU Presideol;Her.A.T. HOLMES, A.Jt,JOHN HILI
Thomas W. -
& < iltratt cold, but fro.tlc of tLc ueojile. Tlwse truths can no longer be Mr. Bones continued that if I Mary Brpckenbroueh LUTHER A. M.. Mm:AMAJiDJL C. CIo.&RX sat 11
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;it. j jrt nigLts are dwguisj looking intently at ago, ever met..a man uglier than I raiding m the State of Virginia;_Lucy E.Max liisoMABT-WILSON. .
and I trrst tint their
i -.1 even Innil J wial or. Nitbcr dtuitig j uufoi difficulties iuflueuce ttbK-h will go.far to allay the water. At last he ventured a reply. was, I'd shoot him; and you are fast one I've well Elizabeth V. Maxwell, and Simeon 3IaxwelI, Th President ii now correspundng'wkh j Ladz of

I the wiutrrbcf TC, had we frost enough'' any eosMon of been tJiat Convention, because may the ari Democratic e after life Do you see that dam, my friend P seen." The stranger, after a careful survey infants, reside in Leon Coontv. Florida; and Ellen A. known literary merit, who win be employed U their

; riaaoibco to injure the tenderesty ( party hp a mission, to fulfil which mu t not be tram- I certainly do." of his rival," replied : Wai, captain, ifJ ccawd.BrockenlrouifliTridow. who resides in of Tallahassee William H.Brockenbrougb Florida semceft mar be required* and tha friends of cor Col--

cAbPtlt ?? melled by the jealousies of Well! here learn the look than do shute! I don : I lege, and of Education -t j taUy., m* 'feel scored
couutry produces finer vegetables, of disappointed aspirants, or you may secret of any worse yon It it ther fore Ordered That the said parties appear several wiU be
the rcprpMnitd by
o that DepartnmiU
the iuflucnoe of sectional ,
ccf ner 't'e8' than this. Crops: prejudices. This can oulvI making money. That water would waste a- want to live no Jonger! before this Court in Aptbtcliicola, and answer and Lecturer v r* M
r" ctii* 1ua be competentProfessort
I I ncoe'mp'iiobed by a cultivation of amicable feelings w ay and be of no said bill on or before the first Monday in December
practical
f"1 abundsnt, and so far as tradition or -by muting the old use to any body, The course of study I 1. drtded bto ttrw Depart'
of
the
-jjjf upon usages party, and but for the dam. That dam turns it MOST ASTOUNDING FKEAXC OF NATCKE.On .- next, or that the same shall be taken aa confessed and each Department into two.CUsftM.
to meats
f 'afornM us they are free from euatks.the .- by pledges to support and sustain the men and the good the against tliem.A ,
7th
&* measures put f'.rtu by the ltimote Couventi account, makes it perform some useful FiiJay, inst. a post mortem examination DEPAILTNZNT.'the .
>utm r Vel7 wcU zecoUet that j If purpose d tt further Ordered That thu notice be published PRIMAItY'
to tile to herself great credit! for Cass is the noinince, he will Ix elected ; if Buchanan and then suffers it to pass along. That was held by Dr. Parkhnrst on the once a week for two month., in the Floridian & first class of this Department -will be principally '
to
is chosen, lie caiitf.t fail ; if Douglass H presented to large paper-mill kept in constant motion by body of the widow of Amos Eddy, in the Journal of Tallaliawee the Southern Press of the employed in gpellin, 1eadg Cod Defining-

and f having them green nbout Christmas the people,lie must be nccessfuL Indeed, it matters this simple economy.. Many mouths fed tOWn of Frankfort, Herkimer county, N. Y., City of Washington, and the New York Herald of the tuition per tertri "t t*.
:c are
fiimvb all the time. They are not not rho mav be the caodi-latc, be will most of New York.
77
b&hey arouud ssumy in the manufacture of the article of aged years, and to the utter astonishment City Inthsedeli111etautMerfta1ArIth
him
1: in the tnd althoughf rally the entire and unbroken strength of paper, April IT, 1852. GEORGE S. HAWKINS &c.-tuation term 10 W
Fummer,
P vlth beLt the party. With the Democracy there is no such and intelligence is scattered broad-cast over omit present a full grown child was found, Judge of the Wtssteni Circuit of Florida metic, Geography, per ,
during that pcasou, the dewB at eight \revu fail which she bad carried for the term of DEPARTMENT.la .,
?g mm ns Their Sotories have always been a- the land on the sheets that are daily turned forty I certify that time above is a correct copy of the order ACADEMIC
JD the cnrtli we euffioicnt, ani du- cliievc-d by the force e f truth and tie influence of wx It cased in of be Atitkmctie.
jjuro out; and in the different processes through years. was a sort bony or made b tins cae. the first class trill taught >

tstire irwtw 1ljfv KJ01r: lusuiiautly-wheat, pound princiriles. which it is cartilaginous structure,' except one leg and SAMUEL W. SPENCER. Clerk.B. Grammar,History, 4o tnitioft pet term, 15 0<7
made.
So
cultivated j There wan another rich scene in tbe IIowso vesterday, passes money it is in I I elbow which W. JOHNSON, D. C. In the second dart will be taught Algebra,. ;,
aho arc extcupj one were almost sified. -
,;. .d oats as potatoes occasioned by the remarks of Preston King. He Rllu- the living of hundreds of people. They get entirely o R. J. MOSES, Solicitor. Rhetoric. Natural History, Ancient History,. '
nth peat fwesa. lu f : very le-cpcctful ternm. Gea ir.onev. passes through theirhands May 2. 1852. 20 10 Ic.-tuition per term

Bil of cirilca vegetable! that grows from lati-! Cullom, Whig, of Te-nueesec, rcpliod to Mr. King, ina ever) day, and at the 3 ear's end they are no CURIOUS EMPLOVMENT IN CHUKCII.-The J2 r Southern Press, Washington, and Herald. COLLEGIATE DEPAHTllEKT.I|

)l'ee. The rivers afford us the characteri-tic Fnen-ch, full ofiusulting jillueii-ns to better New York, will for two months and forward
jla J CO grow those who seceded fimn the and oft What's the reason ? They want H i i Monra\c Standard states, that no sooner copy In the first class Trill be taught ffatotftl Philosophy
ninjstftbich i is the f aim on, and the I Ic j Whig oaue-u-, abounding dam. Their expenditures docs the their bill*,with a paper containing the advertisement, Chemistry, Mineralogy, Logic ,
Botany
and meridian
;. ji, ; with the moot fulsome, ridiculous praise-s of(Sea are increasing hour boom forth from the U the Solicitor, at Columbus, Ga.fcaddlery..
1 1igreiit variety ('f punc. In short the country ( Scott. Hevas fr ostrieisinj; E.nvVli3g who refused no practical good is attained. They want''.I steeple clock of the Arbroath parish church &c.-tuition per will term be t 2ataral. Philonophy 20. Off
second class taught -
vitb most of the necessaries of life, and to support Scott, deeJaring that be was the oily man them damned up, so that nothing will pass j on a Sunday, than the whole congregation In the the higher Mathematki, Erideuce .

I the men 'f l1 as will as many luxuries; ender with euccet-8.vhom the He party wanted luid a shadow to choer them onto through their hands without bringing something who maybe possessed of a watch, pull it A GOOD) assortment just received and fur sale bvI of Chnitiaoity. Ac.-tuition per term, *0' 00.

here, contributed' no pledge from Scott on the IaCk-or / M.y 15, 152. 19 HEIR & RUST. in time of ilosic will be charged
n't fn'n1 produced Compromise past life was suffieje-nt bccuiity AT I accomplishing some useful out, and narrowly scan the dial, even to a Pupils Department

r every quarter of the globe. California his future actions. Jlr. Cullom'e speech called out a purpose. Dam up your expenses, and ou'II : fractional pait: of a second. Then ensues a Pianos and Guitars. 240 per annum.Instructicn in.the Greek, Latin and French lan

i lm; tonuVe her the most defirnble porc.mUiuTt number of Southern Whigs, mid the family quarrel soon have enough occasionally to spare alit- kind of craw mill" concert in winding the will be without extra charge.
In trnments ju t received, and offer guages given
tt of the but good citizrnB. the was handled really, mid inteie-sting.it was His iu lenmiks the were of severely the de- lie,just like that d.tm. Look at it, my friend." watches up, and a shifting! of index hands, as SUPERIOR advance on New York prices, by Board, with lights and washing, can be obtained in

I ealr a guui 2flY. bjt they are in a rcrjr deci"T1.C b.ite; ,that Gea Scott's proven fi ii nd(Seward)course would nt permit Trenton True American. if the church was turned into some huge WM. WILSON & Co. the village at flO per month. .
The Trustees determined to use effort to
20 It are every
watch
him to eiidor-e the manufactory. May22,1S52.
ci lfltY .. Coinpromise. Iliis fact has 1< ng The Colosseum at Hone.I sustain a kbool equal to any in the State ; and they
been known but it double
HFtua.os u Suipuitan after I This The enly they use in the hick pirt New Books. believe that the system of instruction which they
aad be-in? e-ctub'.i'O.ed e-n the floor of the Hnii-e. No eaa1 wonderful building, which for mngnijtude inonsy
State U npffj SffingBp perhaps no place j jm 1 dil of Oregon, consists of live fctock-a hog the Trade Sales "New York.lust have adopted will secure to the pupil a thorough ana
and Wiiuj can n'iw dtuy that Gea Scotl i opjnis.ed l<- j can only bo compared to the pyramids paxing FROM Spring The object aimed at s

t ,<%cr M ktwng in II'iaf4tncy 60 prspcetitd lM the Togitive Sli-ve IHW. Ilk! fiicuds have fiequ.- tlv j jof Egypt, and which is perhaps the most for a dollar, a sheep for fifteen cents, it ed by WJL WILSON t Co. via accemiplL-hefleducatit-n.be to give character to the great young ladies,and that .
maiihd as this City of San Fraucisco. eud.'a\oied to the his 22, le32. 20 It
dispel iipris&in o 3Liy
VT io K uitugciii'sm and
: ; ] Etrikiiig inouti'tient at once of the rmmateri.mIgreatness tuikeys: twenty-five cents, young dogs kind of mental and moral discipline which will fit
wi., !wtimatod it from SO to lit the Suit h : but after the <1ie1nttrf vei-teid.iv, '
rpuItn j4 a awl the moral degradation ofUome{ for a shilling each. If Smith owes Jones $ 112J Notice. them for usefulness in any sphere of life.
.. ). 3 rr-u ha c flb( him five and receives
H an for
under the! hogs, H
again. If (Jen. t vtt in iu favor of those rrtawrfR. ?- Kmpiie, was commenced bv Yfspainn Arsons indebted to the estate of Edwin A. Lord's day, but the
that of in the Union, attend public worship on every
city ALL
Htouf J.orcj Is equal ta any be slnuld at once luldly dtfine bis 1sssiti! but at what time isimceitain, the dat' I I change one sheep, one turkey< and two pups. lket, late of Monroe County,deceased, are requested instructions of parents and guardians respecting the
New York aa 1 pprhaps Yew Oilcans, and Dudiansii, Caso, DairlaB*, lliUtoU auj all \\h to forward and nettle the and all
artia? > are ]| a *ignf d bj Lepius, A. I). 77, bing mon? come same; place of worship, shall be observed.
vAht tyicrtt of cold avmre more than) 8,000,000 prwkenf by the l)>:iii.Kracy as c&ndidntes for the than doubtful and Titn Love is the soul, thu life and animating person creditors, legatees Ac, entitled to distribution The next Term will commence on the third Monday

The crntus bus iif-t yncurrence completed by =, who ; principle of truth, so tar only as there is good of und from the said estate, are hereby notified in August. .

patk. d-xs exceed n the pi in ijjles eif the! Ci'inpromiae. 'Jlii 1!I dedicated; it A. D. 80, when were slaughtered in tnith. so far only is tliprp! life in it. that thc-.r claims and demand* will be barred at the E.T.. WARREtf.

1tDe t.ur population not 850000. has l been the couise nleo several federal nspirants; five thousand animals of different kinds.Thote .- expiration eif two years from the date hereof uiiItcs Sfer. arp of the Board cf Trusted.

*; aid ci'Jts have sprung up ia every direction j janJ | vet Gea Scott maintain* an ominous wen! ? merelbecatipe \ i is an ecclesiuticil tradition bnt not OBITUARY.Died exhibited I within that !*Tin
b3at sthge coaclius arc as common as be dare nrt utter l.is rial% f-riititiictifd. Ilts i ii ''entitled much HOME. Jr, Executor.
jen to credit, that the architect of in tlu city on the 20tb inst, Rev. ROBERT
;i frieadi nu thifc vim f-trniu-'uslv ('ipKire-d the imaBu Key "vVW. May 22, 1852. 20 8t FARRELL9SENUlNEArabian
': *!ul wwr. nies, az.d tiac safle ficnds lave diet..lt.1 1.i -ie..etI tthe I Ceilosseum' was a Christian, and after- E. PARIIAM, a Pre.-Ljter e.f the Protestant Episcopal H. 6.

a I tlie suetL X, Wl-ij in the StutliviilSo wirrds a martyr, named Gaudentiu, and that Church, awl a native of North Carolina.It Committed / Liniment, is i a most ettraorVJT -

Ti il: perhaps be suipri.-ed to learn that tie .. uppi.tt
tr yst tr*t: ofiutomt is ixit over 3 per cent per ext.eI.ti1tl1.J; e No who) are thacklitliti! the bnst jiir- je-d oti it. In the reign of Macrinus, on the Florida to setJc, in a kiii'ler climate, some relief fron man. aged about 21 years, who says the many cures being daily performed by it, which

ab. The r:t* fix('il by law is only 10 per cent 1 ty prejuiiices.cf our in&tiUiti Noitbem<>iJ6 iiud the man pe-ace who re-gariic of tlic country the secunty day of the Nulcanalii, it was struck by light- a cruel Ji'c-aie. While! officiating in this diocese, LIvid Jits>Ir.name Samuel H PATRICK Caldwell, ,of End Gadsden that hs be-lcngs County to previously had resisted all other medicines and Ib?
I in the world. It '
je nflU1.! Iu&l fUte ranges high, vLvthcr in city I as paramount to all othir i'lttrests, can sustain a can- i. lung, by which the upper rows of benches the pastoral care of the Park-Los of Quincy anMouticello. Florida! Memorandum-said negro ia about 6 feet skill of of the balsams best physicians, extracts and peculiar u composed to-

wantrr. Ten anj firtccn and twenty dvllitre pr dijatc wlio is unwilling toa\owb s utiiLcnts tiideipinious. were consumed, and so much damage done Though it was but too evident, and to 1 incbe: hyh. JinJ very stout. The owner will please Arabia-possessing, in a Concentrated gums form, jail -

L1 t It 6" a l lani i is cunoiaci low. lu the city, cfrw to other parts of the structure that the games none mire than to hinii.clf, that he was fast passing come f>>r'war1> y>rr ve property, pay charges, and take their mutating, Anodyne, penetiating. uncutou
The r ignstjon cf Fi'z Henry Warn l's; rlVito l him otherwise be will be dealt with the law
were for some years celebrated ii the Jstadi- awav, as and revulsive ;ties, and the fame which, .
< tie value gruuncd depenis upon its lucalitv.m the wrath -f die Aln.lii miilp, und the Ji'.iui-tmti I iTi'iiv lie nroed himself Arr Tffllnii4 wnrt t iluiriiiuiu prope peago.
< a
directs H. T. BLOCKER, Shenl **
of the with
Its were used by I be"Sons Desert,
restoration commenced b Eligab.ilus
t:'nhin i 'rc niniou than for px uud v.-orth, is pvjnd'y' berated f.r i's pccci-n!. Sn inlets i in all was } the raiLe of iLk Master. May 15,1$52. 19 such miraculous success, in curing the diseases of

< !u4 it }5KW, M bring f 250, and UCO lent the cuiifu-iot), tL.t it ..< JTp'. eib'e to rtftn. fle real | and! completed by Alexander .Sevcrns. J To thoc who wct'p fir him, it miy be some consolatirn both man and beast.?

' A j-iwc of cromid 25 feet v.-idc by fatts couwctel with tl.f tJedirutioa It i is -rtin, It: was again: struck lightning in time to kii i\r that it Ma. a source of grateful reflection The best in the World. Read following remarkable cures, which thoulJi

say however, \\ancnMas} H t'-crrt mrn.ar.ilitily i.* **]Je,!.!-' ic-ign! of Dei'itiP, but was soon restored, and I to liim that all was* dune that fneud'liip could of tfiemseleef place
C I.t d1) in the buJnos* pi-rtkn rfthe city i isru Ct-rtaia tLis lendurvd him EXCELSIOR FAMILY SOAP.
: prrftitjrc olmbj. u the continued to be celebrated itibvn siigije-t, t im J.OO t> 1 o.oJO$ dcp-udi.ig iu Leant 1 illi ore. j-n.l tbroiiih 1:1 M 11 tLc P "-i3.rit (( 'rrisl.l.Sv gatm rnfl
upon r lie we nt eulmly to him r-it, idamed by that un- received 20 boxes of the above, with direc- Far beyond any similar remedy.
to the mth the Infest recordt'd JI'bT
lie nixj century; f.iltcrlnj! : trust that takes av.ay the sting of J>eatl I i for ue. tc. For sale bv About a year and halt ago,a welling appeared

J hi d"wn) real estate vill niuitain its j l.e't juiy c u.1 y. <'i IwinJiit-eb f; n t lie: ..t'l'.i'itri-' exhibit! m of wild bi--is.a being i i-i the reign tl May 15. 1S52. 19 "HEIR & RUST. in my wile's stomach, gradually increasing in size

tj'.a. AL ue uj (i.el I to bei3su'i<'i Uitidt-, cjjj <>l '11odiu ie. Since that lime it has been'n AMITHEH SCIKVTIHC WOVDFK! Iinpnrtattt to Dr- until it became as Urge as my fist, and so sore that

nvKtf rshir, vh lc real n"jst I* reduced. I ihLk, f.'icd to jt vra. 11 i i-q >I 51!] n t < j ly 1 i". tl e fi1m_ ..f' =u! Fdtr.i times in! war ns a fortress, and i in'' p"jfk.-Pr. J. S Hough!'>n'a IVp-aii The True Ii- Sale of Lands.BY she could not bear the lesl t pressure upon it without -

afiTpr>unJ tbat: cpnu >t burn np <>i wear oU li5ngfpn, Lut it i is l<' I* '.mini <>n JM J ge-live Fluid. i>r Gastric Jtice. prepared from Reniift giving her extreme pain. 1 got the advice of
peace r* a quafry: \\hoK* palaces, such ns v'rtue of rder from the Judge of the Circuit
*!nJf: orivn pir cent |pr month (iujjht t'll-ca \\\t cu t un JiAu kb aal j> t'fHciP ihrr'ti, L'.it tL.} or the Fourth Stomach nf the Ox, after direction an our best doctors and they differed in opinion about
.
couutiy. It is mA Mra-i'e! ; then, that C )LWnllaee, the CV.iicoilaiia: Mid the Palazzo r.irni'se, having ef Baron I>*bi.j, the gre-at l'hvaiologicil fbeinitt.byJ. of the Mi Idle DL-triU of Florida,I \*ill expose it ; some aid it was an Ague Cake or Enlargement

c-Iitiriirtcre: t, and there k uo difficulty an i L- '.f v.t: city.! is st iirdejnly: tttatbed to tV cue ff ; been built out of spoils.-T'iz London S. Jloughti'rz.! M.D, Philadelphia. Tim Htrrly ari'i i sell at public outcry, to the highest bidt'vr' of I he Spleen ; some, that it was an Enlargement of

J. Ely&Tj'. jnt. fiai'i y here ht il.it rut A. \Vi"ntii nilaire.! It JTOVP.S thut he can at pr* cLte a tiuc- Bt.i'dcr. I a wna. rful remedy f>r Indigestion, D\ .pcp-ia, before tl l e Court House door m Quincy. on Mondny the Ovaries ; and others said it was a Tumor of the

.ityiiVril one
a Bnik nnte. Tn. I rrieti i Is th>w..g cf Iji* ] lac LJ the cu tou house tf FLibJ J Tin EtntirKMCi: OK MOTION.-Uver y one curing lifter nature!" own method, by nature's own :J'jmdi,belonging tt,the estate of Juo. G.Bawls, out. In this critical situation, I va persuaded[ to
yt ddia. I IAbjlition late ofiC-vl-ele-n County, deceased, to wit: II. c;. Farrell's Arabian Liniment it, and $
read Gastric Juice. upon
!ia( of the :zti in, action, "action furt-nt, the Pamphlet containing sci- try
i h e'i'j j and I lullm! TLcy buy gldn.oney TheS! E I of the S'W i of See S. the E J of the as it the third applicationhe
nlific cii.iiec I of its value, fumi-liinl by strange may appear upon
of Dcniotiicne and of a variety of c-moiions agents gratis. S W of Sec tIme S E of the N W of Sec
lu
vii 10.
wll rxcl.an n all p.rta t'f "Work. See notice adveitL pilip. The Lrge poitjiincf ,ur cub nd | aMi>:is llo'-cius could express b\- mere among und thf K k rf the S E i of Sec 9, all in T 2. R 2, better daily, until now she is as well as ever-en.
A rot nef uijurt iiisiutuvrc on tL part tif fiunury : lot it not lie suppOM'd, that such North pud West,containing 242 99-100 acres,more or joying excellent health. .
"
ii {SO fM ]p-e,1 in f>rm nu 4'et:4.A wluh we bLitk and \.liite /iiiM.i-ts! of tlu city lius just Ittannde geturop Green Turtle. les.'.

tfc'J kr; uiJ are received ht the C.it'zs ua kjJ public,d.owi'rr! i L .w Ui'T-viiplilj) by tin aid of fxuc- pcifections of art belonged to the ancients 1UPT received a lot of twenty-five GREEN TURtl Terni4 made known on day of sale. Peoria,March 5,1549. D. M'CONNELI |S

k. i ui\e cltnwiiey, H ffovevr r cf Man' laud, Dr. All n omil'. The following anecdote of William C. TLE at the Watnlla Hotel Newport, which will ELIZABETH RAVTLS. Adm'x. [ Robert HJud. Postmaster, say*: ] j

'1'4:11as, of Lilie-jtt's Mil: has l.en defrauded out TI Picbton is illustrative of our remarks : bo served up right, on short notice,bv NOTES. Veni- May 15,1652. 19 5t CERKSTOWX, PA., March 27.1949,1 }

Democratic Meeting in Alachua. ]I i.is iigLtfu) property iu the i'r'i < f a colored man, j| "Some years zign, among a thousand oth- son and FiJi always on band, packed" Ice. One woman has used your Liniment u it h great {
i named NicliuliM Dj.iSuiuc! three vegas since this t 2'J 1852. 21 Thomas Hughes Hines had lost the of her for thee
; .jrtanatto H boura'Tii-nt, large! portion ff the dave leis: we were listening to one of his splendid Newport May oucceae. She oe legs i .
i in A fit-in bis vvncr and oaiuc to this eitvrl \
way
% Attorney anti! Counsellor at Law years, the cord being contracted ao that herlegs J
larraiic tl-ctors r f Aia.JniaCtr.ty; at inW ut <_i e lout a j cc.r aft*r ards lie w HS urmtftl on the I Ioliaige i harangues from the stump. Beside' ns was i Quincy Male & Female Academy. were bent a* much while standing n is natural for 't

: -CosnLouse in wauvi'.t on Tuesday, the -ithT cf rUicr-. In )his i eliitrtf he thought of his one n? deaf as a post : in breathes attention, 1 r f Min: next session will begin oa MONDAY, June TROUPVILLE, GEO the position of the legs while fitting, and she could "

*T fluir, Js52, irthe purpte f nominating acan- iiiid-heartcd: lUuj-Ur and wn>te tobirj, -frriiig) Linito j catching, apparently, every word that fell J. 7tli, aud end October "9th. Able and efficient WILL practice in the Circuit Courts of Thomas, not bend them in the least ; but by the use of H. C.
intprfere ia his l bak Dr. The.inas innnediately fce-iit Clinch. \Vare. Applinsj. and Irwin Farrell's Arabian Liniment she is now able to walk
j Now the delight
t orator's tears of Teachers in the rcvtril
from the
Stto lips. -
tins in the General are employed Department,
next
roprifent ct-unty to Ne w York and endeavored to hav* the u'uro &<-J Ji Ciiunti-- iu Gponrut. and in Jefferson. MadiSOn, Ham with me, and has a straight limb. I have found ita
i cUy of the Stale.i'an i quitted, iu which l he w,ul-3] d..u1jtJs liafiuw.ed -d would roll down his cheeka, and now, and the Institution M now in a highly flourishing c)n- ilton an-1 Columbia Counties in Florida. most excellent remedy lor horse flesh ; also, for
Jition. The School i is with extensive
but f'.r the inte''fercn'e 'f alxilitidii in ungovernable ecstacy, he would shout provided an ap- April' 24. l3S2. iGChildren's which external
n.tiz.g \ called to order by the Hun. T. J. ( nn lawyer, XVK an and a valuable cabinet e>f minoraK Board, every thing reqtirfs an remedy.
paratti
: persuaded the n Cbairmai, and Mr. Sain'l Ruw-ell, Secretary applause, including wasliing,may be obtained at f 10 per month.
i-o tliat he milit wit hack to hi master. The and Youth's Clothing:, The of an Old Experienced and
lut neti. ; go uegio for the noise of a small thunder storm. For particulars respecting board, rates of tuition, Opinion Ci2t f
lnuk Us advice and nteuce-d received W. T. MITCHELL Farnrr. ,
the /
i/ie
wts to liezilten- by .
launched in of cour of studies, &c, Ac, nee printed catalogue JUST
Preston ,
out
ef j (-t having been cxjilolnod, bich be bad to
c)t 1'crry Capt Pnilij> Dt-U was n>miauted by I IbcctitlyliC master of the slave wrote in the Gov- those passages of massive declamation, which tv may on N.application 1L STEWART. Principal From the speedy and permanent, cures, both on

t iri"r r.f Nt' York to ncitain if the slaw Lad Ls'eti j those who have heard him well knew him to beE 29 1S !. 21 tf Florida Wool. man and beast, which your Arabian Liniment-is

': prir loneJ and receiving a negative reply, immediately |' ) capable utlcring. In mgni&entsp1endnr Kay subscribers will purchase WOOL on applica- performing, I d cot hesitate to pronounce it the

-j 0 thien presented the fwll-iwing lvslutin 1..Hk the tic.ary l 2. gal steps to re-claim him >u the j' what hasdebcribed lime Ice-Fresh Ice. THF. ritlK to themselves in Quincy, or to D. C. Great Remedy of the Age." I have practiced doctoring
it
vuaximowdv adapted.tlfct cxfuiati' iof Lin eenten-e, t the 10th <.f the .z(z.-Tt moutli. was Byron snoun- Wil-rfin, Enq.Tallalia*>see. horses for these twenty yearsvund have tried

TLat wecjrJiolly n.pro. the pro- On the deputy; innr-hal, ac&'mji.u.ifd; by Dr. Thomas, \ tain fctorms of Jura, its effect upon the multi'tude A NOTHER cargo of the real cool Boston PtufT just May $, l82 18 3t FORMAN A MUSE. all the various liniments,ointments, Ac., so much

wi the nonitiations of tie laU% Democratic arriving \vitlnlc warrant at Sing Sing, two days lief '' was like a whirlwind. Our deaf mend fin, which from and after first of June next will, puffed up in the papers; bo I I mtwt.ray that H. G.Farrell'd .

CIITeliti.m. at Madison, and that uc jdedge re the rxjiiniti.Ti 'f I he eans1t'*,1mw, great ly t'jthiir could constrain himself no longer, but biwling i t>2 dealt out to Hotels. Bars, Retaurato, and such Notice. Arabian Liniment exceeds any that 1 eter
the nominees our undivided surprise they found that be had been pardoned and re- j' like, by quantity at ?2 per cwt, (a little lower than made use of.! By its use, I hate cured Sweeny and

we l jo'k with pride and eupporLTluit t leased tint very morning, the abolitionists bavi: g pro- into our ear, as if he would blow open any thing: has yet been got up no far from the frozen DIX months offer the first publication of this notice, Spavin long after they had been pronounced iucurable |

** **** lbt course of the National Dcmniatic picas-I curfd a pardon frtnn the Governor ns soon ns they with a tempest, he cried : region) from the Ice-hem-e early in the morning, or I will present my Recount and vouchers, and apply and I have cured more than filly horse this

1.LatiL, with undimiuiibed ennfidenee 4 beard of tie preseiiws
ta nteel! that y party f..r the welfare of our I granting and execution of the pardon m wh a secret Wm. C. Preston," replied we, as loud as at :3 eta per tt during the day. Price being no din barge from my administration of the estate ot disease, from scratches and bruises up to Spasm ,-

'B wnntrir, of and hatv Inztuncr, without any pubiiciti.n of the fdctbeijig very small, all out of to\ru bilk must be cash up-in of Gabriel Brittle, decca ed. Ring-Bone and Sweeny I canalsu.bear testimony
'nuld.iet
utI ttua.l ux preservation our republican made in of tJIC our lungs us. town nccmmts can run to e-n-1 of innnth if required.Ice .- NATHAN HOLT, Adm'r. of its good effects on the human fjstem. I was con
uJj
the law
of the St.te. any requiri by ,
on noti | would seem to leave the inference that big Jlseelleney Who ?" inquired he, still louder now than j tacked in fhapo. but in sending from abroad it i is MnvS, I52. 18 6m fined nearly all last \vinter to my room with Kheu-

I iif Ciuirmain appointe-d Major M.S. has lent himself willing tool to the nefarious .ff.'rti before. best to send blankets and packing boxes, if hand v.Newjwrt matism, and could get nothing to help me, until I

Jerr.J.S. StanJU-y, and. Geo. W. Sacchet, to notify of the abolitionists to defraud the rightful owner of his Wm. C. Preston, of South Carolina!"- May 29, l82. 21 D. LADD. T lIE Subscriber will kep, during the season a commenced I be use of your Liniment, which entirely '

Uptiia t11 oflii slave out of his property and defeat the operation of replied we almost splitting our throats in the full ascortment of the followui? articleo. which cured me. WM. R. GRIMES. :
,
03 Suwannee Lower Mineral Springs he invit to call and seeftod will sell at
but purchasers '
the slave law it ,
m(4kJa.t1 fugitive be that lie imposed
Secretary was instructed to forward j may was effort. Sun Pain of ten years iiandins; cured ty H. G.farreir .-
low be had tat the
the abolitiotiifctc., COUNTY EAST FLORIDA. as prices as can dtyl
COLUMBIA ,
I* ou by It is said that
a tpetik-
*
T the "
!? ** the Democratic Well well returned he "Ican't hear a Arabian Liniment. .
proetwh'ngs U sides >
> Bacon Big
papersi iat the abolition Hommony,
'; meeting held at the Tabernacle, in rqi ubscriber takes this method of tendering
tJ *
st Mr.H.G FABKJUX-Dear Sir :-I bad been afflicted
'hh a requ'at that they publli. this city, a few days since, actually alluded to this af- vord he or you are saying, but great Jericho, 4. .2. his most sincere acknowledgment Bulk Pork, Navy Bean. with the Sun Pain" for the last ten ,

1le netting; zaotn, adjounw.] rinc die. fir ana boasted that Governor Hunt had u freed the i n'lho do the motions splendid P UI'_, to hi Mends and the public generally; for Shoulders, South Carolina Rice, and could get never fret relief except by bleeding years;
Hmnna Fresh Corn Meal
T. J. P11EVA1T, Cb atT man from his enemies by pardoning him two days before their very liberal' patronage last summer, and hope. Sugar-cared ., ; but by the tmse4 H. G. FarreH's Arabian Liniment,

C.EcLL S his time was ('UL"-.Yew 1'rk p riper, HEALTH is the first blessing of life. Without by UY exertions to pluaoe all who may visit him, N.Plain O. Frown do. ; Java" Coffee." in time small Back mats, applied over the temples about three or four (time
Sugar, by ,
P"TT it, wealth, and power, and knowledge, that ho will still have a share 6f their confidence, and Porto liico do. do. Rio -' a day, if was entirely removed,-and 1 have fell nothing

et "' S5>ow. Tlicy tell of a May party Earthquake.On and friends, lose all their value. Whatever, will be gbxd to meet them again in his social HalL- Clarified do.Stewart's White Whine and Cider of it ? Dettt a few day. since. The Queen Monday morning last, about the bony of 8 o'cloe-k, this The Springs are in veiry fine order for bathing, and apply it toatatoe'* mertf Ieg.aBdbeiaf.vtfT Ume
teaches how to Clarified
jT * nd a wreath ofuttaofgutta- our city was visited by OUQ of these formidable phe- Ihercfore. us preserve likely to continue, as the season is very dry; Hi table Sugar, Vinegar he tumbled and Tel! against m; tap* crushing end

; 'twerlher' swain wa* *n wtw-fhoes. with an noiiieua of ti&t tire. Ibe agitation t-f the earth was blessing, has high regard to our notice. In will be furnished as usual with the-best that can M Lois! do.do. Cooking: Wine, brazing then tn badly teat they turned M bjack a* 't
Oil
immense lire occupied the place of the very apparent to the senses, und was accompanied by man, the operations nutrition, are greatly be had, together with an abundance of vegetable ol Crushed Granulated da Lard Lamp my hat,rendering then* powerleat. I applied /ouiLinimeouand

and tlie line rvenu pTij-sical effect -such HS die cracking i of a multiplied; the organs which perform them almost every variety. I would suppose it ia useless Powdered do. Sweet was well enough ID a few,daft 104 of

7 tflI Catle 6pnng. ethereal mildness, come," tJiiuiney wall, the creaking of beamacf houses,the luo- are numerous and complicated in their struc to nay any thing about the highly medicinal virtues of Leaf Lard by the keg, Worcester Sauce and about again as usual I also crashed toy finger IB,asbockintr

: u4n hnaulifttl taste by a choir of lander lion of the water in UM bay, the agitntk of liquids ture. The long series ol requisite these waters, as they have been, pretty generally 4' ." by the barrel, others. manner,by teltiojia backlog fall' ttpoalt f
itb full of and the movement of articles of furniture in a still process' tettciL The country around i* very bealthy. I men your Liniment soon healed it up tboopcb, .
a and effective accompauiraeiit for the perfect elaboration of nutriment is Molasses by the do. Durham Mustard, p JOHN B.. JTCtE.
room-whrtb eould have arisen from no other cause. tion tins, a* it M thought by some at a distance to be
The shock was of several fecund duration. A oinaihtrliock ] divided into different stages; each process is the reverse. A bealtkier climate, I believe,cannot be Syrup by die half: do. Cayenne Pepper, Brown small boxes. (Salad
IL Ct-a IOaWia7i.Te leaf of s Plant was felt on the Fiiday prrvious, about the hour the work of a separate apparatus, and requires found in the Southern country. Candies 3oap.in whole and hal soda Biscuits Dreeeuig, tie

the leeV, which is quite common about of 10 P. M, and several others have been observed at the influence of different nges."- A knowledge D. T. TREZVANT, Proprietor box lie Nie Cracker, .guard. against Jbponttot fead .following
j !it and< bind& wart whcn you t3if; place within the last yca i or two; but their have liberal Springs,.E. F, May 29,1862. 21 4t s ( i carefully ,
11 tb UOQ will be noftened all, fortunately, been so insignificant 'compared with of these organ* and these j pTocessee, are Starch in 1 Ib. papers, Water The.Public particularly cautioned agilnst a]
LtLaa morning, the wart "
a tht Liii iri.f it ole some which have been experienced in other countries, useful to all,_ not so rnucb as to enable them LLOYD'S' DA6UERREAN ROOMS bytbeboxClmeolattt. Butter bees counterfeit wbicb bw lately made its appeatance.mdi -
pull and
Pilot
Starch Bread
you may Cam Navy
called by (be Impostor who makes it
*
a iwj two three and the that we bare '.ea3reIy thought them worth men to cure/as prevent .disease., Brutes have BARNARD'S DKUO STORE''
or UIgLtt. OVER h1tidsic: ChampaigneV ) Porter and Ale by the doz. !'rY-B.>'refl'sArabip.n ;Liniment," tni*' It *
ece1 violence of that cf WM tar tie
The
miU duappcar leaving no mrkbcIia&if14,1 tioning. Monday hare been local jui almost unerring"guide, in the instinct with Comer of Monroe 'ad Clinton ttreefi, SaoUbs Cider by the dox dtngeroMs/rai and more liable to deceive fret bin

: greatest we have ever felt It may or which nature has endowed them, tbr'tfce Brandy of the Old Whwkey, .naiB of farrelL Tfaefofortf pattltii
;; preservation $01114
Woag.One million and quarter of limited extent but we expect to receive from 'daily. (Sunday's cxcepied,) from 9, ,A. M4 bearwg.lti <
& OoliLruia. WM melted on the 18th alt, the very Meat Indies, Mexico or Sooth America.'BOOM accounts of health., Man is furnished with OPEN,. P. M. Perfect specimens, warranted to Maderia Wine M Old Rye hat w.vet call, fat it by the m e. "ntt lP r r
Rectified
; 1r lk'ursoflazud3 clock, b the melting of ita grand iud pernwneut but awful' effects higher powers df faculties-he is thrown upon please, or no cbMgu uule,. a May 5 1852. 19 Superfine bery Flour, Martinas and Picalilli, unprincipled lure uiioo you dealer for,the* will genuine impose,.bM flue tfWtP apsrmos* aaklot ms -

; <*the 3Juit.fo PhiladelphianjUJj Ui on the surface jf the earui. dpalaclucola Adeertiter, the resources of his intellect- the,animal and Groceries &c Family ., *.. FUvoriox Extracts. Ac. ,H.G.Farrell's Arabian.UnJBenl anrfUlei otlitr,

aunt(the** juelted in one day' ebce the cstab-- 1h mu.. vegetable kingdoms, are made .subservient to For sac at low price fur -wholesafe: and retail aa the xeiMMne,|lwaya fits'Ibf k'lfrXK.Gt tofyn '1
Mia Sclir. from New OrtJ
Belt of Bound- the W rId. his appetites-and.he is commanded to learn JUST received' per Preddcntj JAMES B. GAMBLE.; Fanreli'f i bb ufntture i*aLms p1 UM Mlti4t) T n*

Steamers them for bit leans April 84vl!&2. 1ft. per, andJbs wwd Wo a Jft,.Lbf.cha'bstIl*Wta
mud Itbould maltea good how to use greatest good. Shoulders .
a farmer, 15 }ihdLtkllUlg&fld .
.By the aniva.1 of the..Wa4iiogton.welearn1at th L I. $f'fl' 1 1Aen
ZflW
u their Ianguige. I teceivd two Mail India iiii. f : i"NrroR 6 easl s Sugmr-cured Ilanms.e .Oranges and Lemon anl dio verr JbviCtUoUcd
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I Royal stant pacet aznpiny, (Westi ) This : 1.sflltIa
:her dny, with rcqueat fur itnthedkte Srinre YOCH CHILD/- may barrel* Sugar 11tius S.jnip, States in Which tni U
L.. Ia eonjuncticn with the l'acfic $tesn iayigain Cam BOXES LEMONS, BOXESORANGES: 1hi D TP1IbWSPm.App.i.tt7.1,4tc .
e I ord ti1.v on the tatil-the otuicid seem rather .ultra, in principle; bat it is the 2 tlessBeef X toi 114G.Fsutl1
1'etJ flh1os
JA.UIJJnltu 41 capital ;iu Ti.wv.VW, K> mu a *w ufpowerfu' OlO'CLARKT.. Jut. received and for sale : ;
t mO1dIL White Beam .
day&i screw prnptlleri from Panama to Australia, only proper? ground:of treatment.. ,Let us 2. ", LarfOd :," :- ,. by- --' JAMES.B.GAMBLE.. S

reecofly tried soft to croootib tiiewife'i touching at New Zoalaixi, the arrivaU at, and deprtarw first examine and ascertain desired result I e ', I April 24, 195S, .164 r &Ce. IB- K t>- p>+ F >. .;> t I
SO Superfine FloorJ .
aoap ftmaeaa ; Gallon the agept | np nVfqrmnli-! zea
ftvm io W&itinlia
:'cosuect riUi UM
tau:' It look off a little ofUAmaditruataater. Suppose.yonr< 'ch3d'doc$ wratig-your first :Extra :. -
: r 25 Family book ft
y m ccU Ijioff betvfvtl itf SwuihjMnptoo Mid ObnWlwa ofBroqni .- Wish is to teach him/lhsi the act is.wrong.Now1 .- 2 barrels Leaf lird, ., ...' Hats of Spring: fltylc-i erv I 7 C I.... .! ,-,',. ',..' fh ,,*.$. .
tbk-flMWrpriM M Lolt -
oa, a
-j opeia ..- ; oewit1c .
having, become :aware that a certain 2oko'gs ..
ftll.roupdtJic -
< >| fo world wSgImpsL1..8 : KCUHHLs-
l all of Btark tnd Drab
3.osIrThitte1 iualitie
*uIsb" is1 ? cctnmilft'ltyoti demaoi d 1.Th oi1yreiJ
kci
WbL d&tougot in y w *mai44m5d.qy a.jjarr1y1iCu again boic 8me Also eat of Panama, PedaB,' Mjiocn,Iog -
rarietj
I >kedTwirue4; if'V. a p sole invenr aM; jiprlete,4 tsb1e.WsalewhocaTflecP
a. f ii&? tO1I.IaO 'p Si.-tba aUsrThe obedience obedjc jwbat I o the wisb.
10 boxes c1Mea., tmeathvind Sav Hat., fuviaen an4 boys
1'L in tbcTjMncU of ibtV iRMl r adOoaiU) 8unn Compauy ( & ..obedieiicej'lime 2b"xoa Lemcm. .for sale Taj t' ttietI with ii gewtn! S3CYtent of aia ouited toth

,! free loJoc-k bJio1a into the -whoa*first steamer, the Croww fcr, U*&*& a.opar obedmence-de1lTNtj is-fro ar.knov1edge J 3iRVd'IS ROWLsSmctmicers', *c.f .. is hS reci'ird k'W.T: 1rrcHEi.L. :..b7.

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'jXUZOTA.,OO-t In. Chancery.< FORWARD' & TOWLE, -TAlfXS B. OAMHB kM jot, wdwd a aunf I ---,-cal-- :;1iJIHlintl._ J G AHOT& "'nWr

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bill of Damask Table
CIRCUIT COURT ro' LEON COUNTT. Attorney!at Law ft 8 Gn.m Chancery, "- :101M ,
S GENERAL COMMISSION' MERCHANTS, ." Nspkka, Middle Circuit of Florida. DR.-Jo.8.JeDlgjj. H .,.

S W TR BVTCTO Aim BtLLRTC CFBrsvy Robert 'V. Wilhains TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA._ Bordered Towels, CIRCUIT COURT. ,
lit GADSDEN ,
Hocaboek Towels by the dosea l 'II''
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: Description Agricultural Implements A. A. Y'.r. SbeT1 A
AKD MA CIJINER 1: and fK ojirio/ Adafr. of W. W. Hart deceased Late of St. .-tNglUt 1le. \ Brown and HUacL'd Crash Charles H-DuPoot,
and French Burr Mill Stones Ea B. Jones. October 4, 1 8M., 39L
ALSO, Georgia ; Jethro Bradley And Lemuel Russia Diaper 'S.James .
Callm and Clothst order of the Hon.J.Wrivles
Colagcn Bolting virtue of a decretal Martin.
Also;every kind of Produce, Horth and South, and By .ker Judge of the Circuit Court of tlic Middle A. MAXWELL. : Jf. O. TAft lrishlLtiauorted qualitiis On Petition to Establish Record of Judgement.IT .

S CASH paid for Wool, Hides Deer Skins and Shipping Circuit in for Loon County in Chancery,renderedin MAXWELL & PAPY, Linfln Cambriek Handkercltiefr

Fun. this eanw, in open.Court, on the 27th March.' 1852, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW Ginghams Calicos Ac, For sale on reasonable being made to appear by afBdavit that the deJL -
SAMUEL HOTT. HAMPTON L. BILBO. I will sell at public outcry before the CoUI House te. fondant in the above stated cavusc resides beyond

;\ door in Tallahawee, on the first Monday in June TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA April 17. 1882. 15 tlie limits of the State of Florida:

p urawaMeters. next to the highest bidder for -cash the following Februarys, 1851. 5 It it therefore Ordered That a hearing be had on

\ AXDttsoN A Co. Savannah Ga. described Lands to wit: For Sale. the petition filed therein at the next Fall Term of ibis *

I FKAKKUX & BaAKTur, W4SWSecsT2NOIR3E; ESWi, CHARLES W. DOWNING, CASKS Bacon 1 Tierce Hams Court:

1 j '. WTBSTZR: A ., S ecT2NofR3E; WIN W +. Sec 3, T 2. N ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW 5 20 barrels sup Flour, 6 kegs Lard Provided That this Order be published for the period : .

:' Swirr Dcratow: 4 Oo.I of R 3 E, or so much thereof as may be necessary ton.iae Tallahassee Florida. 5 family 1 tieree Rice, of three months in some newspaper published U '

'I WM. P. Mrtta 4 Co, New Tort the sum of seven thousand, seven hundred ands 10 bags Coffee. 10 boxes Cheese within this Judicial Circuit PREPARED fromRF.NNET.CJf.i.) .
with interest from the date aforesaid FB Office at the CapitoL J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge.A .. f1'di li8l' '0'
Rcoaun NOOTU, MASON & Co. Boston.KI fi 48-100 dollars At low prices for cash byJAMES
LI EBIG.fh
; F. B. Looms Esq, New London, Ct decreed to complainant, and the costs of raid March 15, 1861. r19 tf B. GAMBLE. true copy-Attest: *great Ph.inICIJi.ll ,, .I.

1 jj H. S. McCo MM Esq, Wilmington Del. suit and expenses of sale. Purchasers to pay for W. G. U.ATTORNEY. DAVIS. April 17, 1852. 15 R. C. LESTER 8m Clerk. 1I0UGHTON.M.DPhl'-dtJpbb.PI.i a truly wonderful .
Apnl24.1852. 16 Is,
Master's titles.
{J .ptexnber6l851. 85 tf
_ _ _ i- .- iON DYSPEPSIA 1)JCl ;
1 r __ _ _ BENJ. F. WIHTNER AT LAW, Liquors and Winei. L 3
'I Towle & Myers May 1,1852. 17 6t Master in Chancery. 'AS taken his abode at Tallahassee and will Middle Circuit of Florida. )PLAINT COJ STIPATION' and
I I up CASKS superior Brandy ing after Natar, own m.tb4by
FTAVEon: hand.and re now receiving new and Notice. practice in the Courts of the fiddle District 2 1 low price I IN GADSDEN CIRCUIT COURT. J gent,the Gastric Juice. Nac .lit 4-

''I XI general assortment of GOODS consisting and of Franklin and Jackson Counties. 1" old Monongahela Whiskey To Srarso Toot 185!. 09: Half a traipoonful of'PXPSIM J .
tenders his sincere thanks to the I illCtJa.cl
i l\\ Gold Lever Hunting Watches, THE undersigned for the liberal which has 5|March 9, t5:0. 9 2" old Rye Joseph Law and Richard Sinw. co-prtners, using the ter, will'digest or dinolve. Five PftnJi,

Gold Anchor Lever do been extended to him since he patronage baa been engaged inthe M. A. LONG & J. P. K. SAVAGE 2" N E Rom name and style of Law & Sims, Beef: in about tWO hot:,$, out of the "0II.IcIa.-0.-
i Silver Lever Hunting do PEPSIN i is the chief
2" Gin 1711.Reuben? elunent.oi .
and Commission Business in Gmt .
Silver Anchor Lever doLapine Cotton Weighing associated themselves for the purpose ol cask Duboee. Principle! of .the Gastric Juice n
of HAVING i Sherry-good, -th. B :
Tallahassee Being about to leave tho State will

.I and and common Ladies' Bo.om doGentlemen's Pinsa general assortment Florida he takes thu occasion to inform his late customers a business entrusted Law to their give care.Ju1y26.1851. prompt. attcntiou tony 2 l"barrels Madeira cooking Wine" Ac, fre. On Petition to Establish Record of Judgment Agent Food (he of lh Purifyirg# Stomach.and Pres latest rein;i.lna &iiirZit

of Ear and Ring*,Gold Guards and that all un cttled business connected with the 29 tf TT being made to by affidavit that the de- e.j j II
; Finger For sale JAMES B. GAMBLE. appear ed from the Digestive Stomach|tgc '*
by ,.;
Kejs Fob and Vest Chains, Seals Gold and Silvei W 8 reo noulle in Tallahassee, is left in the hands of his 17 .*. fendaot in the above stated cause resides beyond ing an ARTIFICIAL n H
1852.
April 15 DlGESTIVEFLniDi
PencilsGold PensGold and Silver Spectacles Gold bticccusor.'Mr.' JOHN F. BROOME. a gentleman who Law Firm. the limits of the State of Flnrida: ly like the natural Gastric Jdice in:htra. ? **

Sleeve: Collar and Bosom Buttons Silver Pearl, and is well qualified to carry on the bu ine*! and "howill t BREVARD will practice in co-partner Direct Importation. It i$ therefore Ordered, That a hearing be had on e and tarnishing COMPLETE t.Chte >

Shell% Card Cases Gold and Silver Thimbles fine give ti" entire time and attention to it. HU experience BEARD all the Courts of tho Middle Circuit of1ori'.la. the petition filed therein at the next Fall Term of this SUBS! ITUTE for it. 'By 'the aid tirf p
Fan, Silver and Buffalo Combs. in thi; brur.cli of bu :r.crand his ndmittedqu ECfflVED to-day and for sale for cash 25 Basil Court km the ntt''
j : : : 1- Office in : 1 pains and evils of I
Also French Mantle Clocks Table Knives, T,, ilil! "ntior.jni.tify( r.ic in soliciting f.r iiiru tne tame Tallahassee.JOHN BEARD. kite real Irish Potatoes by J. B.: GAMBLE. Provided, That this Order be published for the period D DYSPEPSIA! : removed Just DIGESnCX';

:. Trays Plated and Silver Ware Silver Table anti 1V liberal paticine; hcretcfjjc txteaJo'l to iTi(. T. W. BREVARD. April 17, 1852. 15 of three months in some newspaper published a healthy! Stomach. It i. doin; 111".15,'r

R S I'OODII, Plated Spoon Fork, Cream and Soup LaJ C. A. NASH. F.bruarvl.l1. 4 tf within this Judicial DistrictJ. p i'ptic.cnrin i case's of DESIL1TVEM'Oftdtnr.1-
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J dies Plated Waiters lio.Tca Sets Cas/crs! CanJit; !. -- -- -ii3T "J. G. Anderson. WAYLES BAKER Judge.A NF.RVOUS DECLINE and UV".
le i L ned hi J 1.:1 iinteCOTTON]
nn nr DYSPDn
1- sticks Solar Lamp, Silver and Gilt! Girandoles.AUo.fine THE SMITH & O'BRIEN BASKETS Hcidfic true .'
SIt
Champaign, copy-Attest: tPTIOi. U
S HER, an.l cm bj fntmi atoll timts at the"Wfirohojs.e 1 0 supposed| to on therave. ,
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: double baneiled Shot and Gar.eTUs.
: Guns recently occur i JeJ by Jlr. C. A. NA5II.jiho Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, i 5" pta. .1 C. LESTER, Clerk. g The Scientific EvIJenrp nro'I1'.: r
s and fo'Iu.n.fi oe nockcl Kr.i\"el.I':1 I Jcan'es: I Tobacco IK :" 1852. 16 3m i.
S in th1.1:1: lot ln..ireons\ Stores cf D. C.Wilton 10 boxes -8a, 6s, 1 April ba.ed. In be highest drgtee cUmOtt
;t Pert Folios Violin Chronetf and Flu.es: Cnc Ha.
*, ALLIGATOR, E. FLA. 2 superior Chewing Tobacco, MARKABLE.SCIENTIFIC. .
h ZOSlrt'ps tat Janis: Khkacv, l>qr!.
Notice.
and iof Pffram '. JOHN r. EROOMC. !.l. WIUT SMITH. j O'Dm, 15 boxes Cheese, EP'lDJ\"eES
fl't quality general assrrtner : (:
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q *:., &c TOWLE & MVCRS! AprillO, lf::. I I tf Oilice at Alligator. | "manf''I'i1t 2 Preserved Ginger, IN conformity to statute in such case made and pro- I 'BARON LIEBIG in LUcflfbrsffdwork

.. Decrr.her.jS5l.4 8 Refer to Col. S. S. SIPLKV,Savannah ; Judge TIIOM.VSDoroiAS 2 Martians 1'icklen, .. vidutl, I do hereby give public notice that a. the mal Chemistry sass : "-.11 Artificial MI'
[,1/. Notice. J.'clivjnvillc; ('1. J. PAIN Ocala. C dozen English Mustard, Administratrix on the estate of Robert E. Gibson, deceased Fluidanalogous to theGa rric Juice D Z?
', Octcb 1851. S9 6 Worcester Sauce late of Oadwlen Countj,'in the State of forl ,may fcZ
NEW GOODS. 4. l ly prepared from the
' creiitor entitled to ii tri- moccun 2.
1. persons legatee1, 2 Reading Jno.Bull t Anchovy membrane oCt1li
Sauce
ALL ida I shall on the 21th day of May next, at Chambers ach ol the Calf, in which '
If \\ TUST arrive ( Schr. Elizabeth from New YOlk) .
; per D., Dentist, Dressing, in the City of TaUahanee. apply to the Honorable meat and .
1 '1 and ftr sale by C. C. BYRD, a handsome as =se Field la'o (.f .leffi-rpou County, Florida very : li.-catcd in Qcinc Ofllce in I his residence, Cayenne Pepper, J. Wavles Baker. Judge of the Circuit Court for tedjiutin the tame
ilcir
, MrtmentfSPRI\G and SUMMER GOODS such nsIkrage : cased.1\OJ":arc lioreby notified to etfiilit rl.iitn an-1 HAS>pf, ite Mr. J. G. Gnnn'uJanuary 10 Flavoring Extract, Vanilla Lemon the Middle Circuit of Florida, for leave to sell the following human ttomach. manna atthtytnuldt k .
: ; : d l within t two from thi* dat> to the unr'eriipifd :
Muslins Lawns. Bonnets RibWs 151. Lne :
years tc. For sale J. B. GAMBLE.
by
: I 17, 1652. 2 tr Celery described: real estate. belonging to the eatate Dr. COMBE. in hir
': s,I Visits, Silk Shawls, Linen Cambric lhndkereith : i (*r the none will Lc barred ; and all 1 pcrons I -.-,.--- April 17, 1852. 15 of the Mid deceased viz: Lots No*. 125, 126, and "Phy of valuable wrirrin 'Ii hi
ioogy
j i indcbte.1 the aid dtxea.'eJ, are requested to make I Digestion."obets,5, -
Needle Work Mantillas and of other aiikes
a variety : .
:
Boots and Shoes. 1 27 situate and Ii the ?
lag in town of Quincy, and in nution of theain> qTiamily of
: A too numerous to mentioa Call and BCC for yuureeh I imnvdutc .'.\mcnt to Cast Sweeps. the of Gadadcn aforaaid.FLORIDA tleG ttric Juici> i*,
4: / ALSO- i JOHN WOOTEN, Adm'r. received a fine assortment of County prominent and all-prevailint[ cauw of 1 ID I.U
{ Jeffprson 8 Ifi52. 183m JUST Black nn.l l Colored Gaiters OHfl CAST Sweeps, A. F. GIBSON Adm'x. I and hl" "ratp8 that. a dwtingtfubed !
; :; Gent& and Boys' Summer Hate and Cravats, Boots i County Mry Lasting & ) profr irnfni,
p.1 a and Shoes, nnd MOO First rate Cigars. Do. do. Kid and Morocco do. \ V 20 Ploughs April 24,1852. 1G 6t I I I i iI icine in London, who was severelyompaiot.flndiag afjjjctfd viAA''

.1 !: ALSO Notice. Do. Enamelled Bukin;, CO Kegs Nails c !; errnlhinrriwtofail bid I
' ; person, creditors, l legatees entitled to distrl! Do. Ki Walking Shoes. and Buskins 10 Travelers Trunks, course to the Gastric Juice obtainedfromlhe*
.1: Quarter and half Barrels Mackerel Crushed and ALL Slippers Notice. ,,.
otherwise mtf rested the estate of 10 Marine and Family Clocks. achs of living animal which
or in ,
: Do. Calf Bubking and Bootees.ALSO rwrd eomlrttliDr.
,, Powdered Sugar, Java nod Rio Coffee Pickels 11680rtI : ;
William G. Clark late of Jeffernm County Florida For sale by JAMES B. UA tBLE. ALL persons, creditors, legatees, entitled to distri S sveces'fuL" ,
I ed. Pickled Lobster and Salmon in oil, Dried Apples, -
I deceased, are hwby notified to exhibit their claim?I Misses Colored Lasting Gaiters April 24, 1852. 16 !. or otherwise interested in the estate of GRAHAM author situ, ,,
j Pine Cheese Rice Goehen Butter & work.a
,
Apple ,
and demands ilhin two from this date the James Scott. late of Jefferson County, deceased are I co Diet." co I
: to Vegetable : ill
. years Do. Kid Walking Shoe and Bubkinn say < rf1narbblf'
Ifi fact
: March 20, 1652. 11 I ill
1 notified to exhibit their claims and
i{ 4 undersigned, or tho same will bi barred : and all p TROIH -. Do. ( n. and Morocco Bootees, By the Laura Jane. hereby : demands I p hysiology.tbatthestomachs ot 1A 1IIa1tlIlffn''"
, indebted! to the Mid ithin two years from this date to my Agent, 'Wil. :I i in vater, impart 10 the fl'
'.. HELP AT HOME. deceased are requested to I : And a fine afisortment of Cbildrens' Leather, Morocco : BASKETS Sutaine Champagne in quarts, idhpnmenTordi| fc'ii.
make imm&iiate 1rot. liam Denhain at Monticpllo or the same will be barred i ing various article ol food, and of
pnY "
and effecting i'ni
J'attnt Leather Shoes. a
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J and
r3 TIlE undersigned,having made large improvement" EMILV'CLAHK. Qualified Executrix. -ALSO- superior article. For sale by !jtinU, avery ; and all persons indebted to the eaid estate in anymanner artificial digestion of hem in no icutiiffm
; in building and machinery now prepared Jefferson whataovtr. are requested to make immediate from the natural digestive *
1852. 17 3m
County May I. proetuJ
Gents fine Calf Boot
1 T 1852. 15 JAMES.B. GAMBLE.
*. April ,
"f to furnish COTTON GINS of a superior style and p'). Imitation Stitched Boot payment to my said Agent, who has full authority to 00-Call on the Agent, and get a Dene riptir*C,.
quality. Lands and act in the premises. cuUr/ ,
Bounty Pensions. Do. and Cheese&c.. r:1lijJ.giYiog a Urge smount cfSCIESTJIlC
i He has yoi no humbug by making Gin to exhibit Pegged Watcr-fr Boots, 'MARGARET E. SCOTT Adm'x. EVIDEXC .lirnilar the above
S up 111':uncVi 1!Iljn'd.h av it-*mad) dtrangt'mpnl!with} To. CalC Shes awl tf ,tojreiher itBJkw
at Fairs or by going North to Lowell or other pla4 r a coiiipctcnl and t'xruirluJjl'nt in t the City IkKrfws ENGLISH Cheese and Hampers of Irish Potatoes Jefferson County, March 6,1852. 9 3m port of REM.RK.BLECURES,1Om1pSJd
Do. Kit
I| 4 cc*. to get Northerners to write in his praiso. 4..f Wa hin.t.II. and being now pr ;1. His establishment H fetnctly Southern-in the midst and BERRY (fc ROWLES. wfS-f DYSPEPSIA
approved it-qn-ite form, will .ittcnJ t to t the cIII. Youth fine Notice. CURES.
Boots
. t. r f the cotton growing region. lie intends his Gins to c'ion of Claim Pegged April 17 1652. 15 Dr.HOUG HTUN'S PEPSIN has
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: by poAt-r of' attorney for Bounty :X-t-ys half welt d.! >. do. months after date I will apply to the Judge produOdtbmarcrllovi
!,1'. : fhow for themselves, niuI'aro warranted to perform in Land*. Pensins, suit) 'iaim! lor L-mcs and Servi"res Do. Slioes of almost New Fresh and SIX Probate of GaoVden County for my discharge rffei, in curing n"'J of *4tfif",_
'. ; the best manner when propeily attended to, or to I.bet span the United Blairs Government. evcrv description. Pretty Goods. as Administrator of George A. Dilworth/deceased. c i'itioi:."'CTPOVS Decline and JJyiprplie Ctwf.lion. .
I For fall Ior and mistake :
; ;' made to do M nt his own expense. Gin repairing I. Officers and soldiers of the war of t 1S12 or rf any Octi.bcrlR ( no ) by" LOTS of fine fancy fixings, for the Ladies and i W. S. DILWORTH. It is imno.sible! to give the details of MM ath'e

t.' done at short notice, and in the best manner. Orders nf th.. Indian war since I I7'JO, ar riitiil(I to TJou-i-: HoG. 41 C. C.. .BYRD. cheap-only mpjire to be c'amined-no I January 17, 1S52. 2 6m I limit. o> ihi'advertisement ; but ambrctioMcprlificale
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.! for Gins thankfully received nnd pr'mptly attended I j 1 t\ Land! nud.-i t the) late Act of Coi>2re Q. For er- ----- u!e trying to enumerate. Juet opened arid none like! i have been given of more tLinTSfl

: to. He will deliver them at the residence of f the purrha 'icis rfndereti, n miJerale CLmpf'IE3Iion; ; 'ill] be: JETNA INSURANCE COMPANY, them about these Capes paiticdai-y in ;irievs. Call Notice. : HUNDRED REAIAUKABLE: CURES. i.) Pkibdiphia

;;\; '. 'crorat his .mu. Bt-loware a few certificates nut: j d'fIl.CI! ; !, upot dcliery of I he: I'r:1hl or t ih"*mnonnl I I!A RTFO 1), CONS ECTI UT.BUILDINGS and ex.in.rn" at D. LADD'3. SIX months after date, i-hall present my accounts Nexv York and Hcton Ionp.. TrrsevnriJ

"t t ;- of the largo number that could be exhiljitei if necesf I ('Jlii'cifu is),. 1' lluCUK.r {; :. Stocks'; and Cotton \Varc-house Newport. April N, 182. MAle : vouchers to the Ju
S w.ry. J. IL WATSON. W. 11 ITCH INS. -- County. r.% AJmliuVfrator; of Seaborn F. HJoombt I rapid and wonlerinl.hit! eirnar'ent.

March, 3M&31.t. t 12 If ; a.nti lets by fin.LH'.VIS & .H:.' and Brown Stout. ,ceatfd.. late of paid Comity, and ask for a discharge I: It it a great NERVOUS ANTfDOTE.ap pni.nlailv .
"I I! IAo 18 -- useful fir tend to Billicu
3852.Thh
; February from said Admin ltratihn. ncj dicrlrlie
January Q;, 1S"0 3 Brig Christina direct from
; is to certify that I have in U6. upon my plantations Groceries, &c. -- > .__ _A"nlt1._ h Tallaha-ee.__ B received 2'; cak3 of Barclay Liverpool k I'. rkin we' have]'! G. C. S. JOHNSON, Adm'r. Comi-l!;. nl. Fun and A ie.(,r badly! trea'td! fnttmd
in Lee awl Baker Counties three Cotton Gins eLIl.t a Ajcue.and the evil etT tt* uf Qiiin jr.e.Jfatw
1. *
: have January :18iZ. 52 6m ,
4 received fw 11
ja-t :i "(" 'if SolCra'kti India Ale, and BJRS fe Go's. London Brown
, '\TE JOHN
. of sixty saws each, made by Colonel J. WaUon, of I Pine PRATORIUS, a nd ether tlru;i upon the Di 6tip'OFltuJ..a.
< Pickles:
AppKChtCM; Ix.ir.Syruj Stout, in and pint bottle
.:' !: Palmyra with which I am well pleased and con!ider ', Sonji, St.'uli, 0iri-llc: aid Canlr.Al [OF run I.TI nmi OF ni'LL fc rRAronirsyaa ,] quart BERRY & ROWLES :. Notice. l ong sickn ?e. Also fit excess in ntion ;.all4lbt
,,4 them equal to Gins made in Georgia, in !I Auctioneers months from date, the undersigned Esccctrix, t free ue cf ardent spirits, It alacit :.pccacIs!
any I
everyuuJUt few ch"iccVi'ie
'111 I
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i u SIX
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: I.iqnnri. TJ-T OULD inform hu friends anti the public April 10. JPL2. H tf Health
. niihIilnp-oice.
I tAke in ill her accounts and vouchers to the
them t
,: respect. pleasure rccommt'ndmg 1 present
Al-o Ciuhed 811 ar, Powder in l b' *. half kcs : V
y T iat] ho has taken S
:. planters! in Soutb.Western Georgia and Fk.rida. Gui I y\ the store lately occupied Judge of Probate for the County of Hilkborough, tnd OLD STOMACH COMPL1LVTS.
|: and or ke.;". :\;1'1.: unl White Wina Vir.rgr.r. Slmt t I l 11 C I Groceries &c.
1at..on is a Southern man, born and raised in our :, .!,- y H. m.J.! and] adjoining the ftore lately! ask to be discharged (rem adminu>tration on the estate There i h no form cf OLD STOMAflt COKPLAINTS
c I elf all -ize*ll..r lA.'ad.: In n. N iN. Slot H.. .', :?r''' '8. (k'.JIcll.y: roll I A- I'ratoriughere lie will be ploaWd! UST received Schr. President which it docs
.. i. and has no Northern inter llt. h'J\'d Trace Cl ; | I "I ppr from New Or1.:111. of Henry S. Clark, deceased, late of said County. Tirt,s enfo rnchard'
n Fifth nnd )x ((1j!>ui-. H.OMImerr. '! j JOSEPH BOND. ':I.c may beili tJ ", ELLEN M. CLARK, Executrix mov > at r-nre. 1\() ciatfer hnntad Miry ma! b',/
.' Axes tit:ciliorvih: ; n general a'--i itiiitut! of i ostd t. patronize him in his line of busine". I 1O casks Side Bacon .Tanuary 10. 1852. 1 6m (-'I.I I VES I NSTANT RELIEF! Atintfedoirrtrui

I. Ata.r-, Ga., February 23, 1852. Hardware: an-1 Cull)',1nIJ of which vre will K-ll a"! He ..* rece\ed;; by the lato arrival, a ch'-icr and 6 Shoulders all tlumnp/a.anl ytnj>lomirepealed ; and it Im//!aced,.(

; l', Thi i i" to certify that I have in UM on my plantation l low ilarrli27 as any otrcr house ill Hie citv." l rllM'Ittl'l'pl.1 "f Cluth, Cam,,.. V8tiIl9', 3 Bulk Pork Notice. I tor a !h..rt lime 10 make Ibe-sgcedsttis
1K52.
. ; in this County,a sixty! saw Gin manufactured by 12 1rE1R A RUST.W Fancy Coda; alllf1 pfiural aortmtnt nf'n 3 I'lain llama. S IX months after date, tIle undersigned. Administrator I pciraarent. PURITY OF BLOODAND VIGCKJ

.3' !t.. (. /J. IL Watsoa'of Palmyra,which I wider' equal COTTON EA 1> Y-MA DE CLO TIIIXG. 6 tiercts Sugar Cured I and Bagged Hams, in right of his wife Sarah surviving Administrator BODY follow at "nl."e. It i i.; farticol3il! txr n/Jt

" .. to any Gins made in Georgia in every particular, and GINS. AU tif whicii. I flatter myself arc equal in style and 25 barrels No. 1 Mess Pork. of the estate of Thomas J. Hadley, late in ca
S not excelled by any. I have no hesitation in recommending E, the un Icivigivd, are mal>ing preparations rjtiality and quite u, clieap, as any others that will bo 5 and 20 kegs Leaf Lard of Jefferson Countv.deceased.will apply to the Jud ge the pit; of the Stomach. dUtressattei 'ntinr. r.,

. k: them to planters in SouthWestern Georgia. and will t-hortly be prepared to make n superior fouud in tluH market He will give particular attention 4 Mess Beef. of Probate of said" County, for a discharge from said cold state cf the Blood.: Heaviittt I.owLeuoljt.

I J ;; They arc manufactured in our midst and by a article of Cotton Gin". Also, to repair all Gins to bill business), and hopes be will merit a liberal 150 barrels Family and Superfine Flour, Administration. B. LOEB. its. Despondency Emaciation', Weiknew, IUdftCJ.

It ., Southern man; a native of our own glorious Georgia. sent to us, at the ;shortest notice. patronage from the public. 2 liogdhcads superior Brown Sugar, Jefferson County,January 3, U2. 52 6m* toJn3anitv.Slidde.A.t'.
: DAVID A. VASON. We warrant all work done at our manufactory to November 23. 1850. 46'' tf 1 Clarified ,. Dr. HOUSTON'S PEPSIN. i ii sr:Id b, as2ryih

,J Palmyra Lee County March 6, 1852. 9 tf be in a workmanlike manner and to give nati'faction. -- COO bushels Corn. Notice. the dealers in fine drag and Popular; Msdieiaa.

j We do,not intend to be excelled in the workmanship; Drugs, Chemicals, &c. For sale low for the cash. months after date, the nnderfonpd. Administrators throughout lie United i'lati"*. It i i. pr'| <,a
the, of Ginn. BERRY t ROWLES Auctioneers powder am!in Fluid form-and in Pmcriptiu'JUfor
CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES. nor quality tmr of the estate of Thomas Burnette. will apply
,. We are torntet eleven jnile North-oa of T4l.1! SULPHATE. QUININE, warranted pure and. full April 10,1852.; 14 tf to the Judge of Probate of Madison County, fora the use ol Physician. i _

j j t: D. E. HULL, liafuce. near C':l'revillc. iii. the ruid lending: fn.m O 'I. Back' final settlement and discharge from said estate. PRIVATE Cl RCULA R rcrlllnseofhrIItIU"mav

.1 ._- CtFFERS for sale a splendid assortment L Tullahavsee to Thoiiui"\illc where 've r %-'I jHtfully Purified Cliinvio'ine pepper. Valuable Plantations for Sale. DAVID GORNTO. ) be obtained of Dr. Hcnzhton or hit Apnti.'
'; .. '.3 of and wilirit the : 4if tio Flaiitcrs: iu aud an article prepared from the fAdm" scribing (the whole process preparation: ud *"-
Carriage Buggies, atprices piitronnjrH i !uridu Plantation at SILAS D. DANIEL BURNETTE
. present by
Perm-Jan Bark id occupied
con- "'red nearly equal to Quinine at THE ing the authorities which Ibe rlai. sf( 1<
.I ,: to suit the times. Al!, in Stoi c, I j the Southern jtoitUm of (;,.i r. ia. abuif one third the price. '. u for sale. It u situated about five lladiaon-Connty, December 13,1851. 49 6m new remedy are baffl.1 upon 'it i is 'i0TA SEC!
Saddles Bridals, Martingales, of all kiliJ I I). II. ,t J. B. SLATON. miles --
Wutt
: Harness !, ALSO, a general supply of Chemicals of the best of WIlst immediately on the,Roudleading REMEDY, no objection c3nberaisedagaintsO1by
t< both double and single. Carriage Trimmings of all Jnnur.ry J 17. J U52. 2 6m quality. to Quinc,. The land is Pine and Hammock Notice. Physicians in : awl ivpiv

I 1. kinds. Spring*. Axles: BolU, and, in fact every thint' ; Good Billiard Table. rich. nnd produces Cotton, Corn Tobacco -. There ALL persons, creditors legatees entitled t*> distri- practice. Price.r"pf'elaMelllandi ONE DOLLAR {bottle..

> usually kept in a store of this kind. Fin Cologne, Lubin's Extracts, and an assortment are COO acre, about 250 of which is cleared. The t n. or otherwise interested in the estate ol f (?> (RSF.R"ETHlS"er! bottle per of the| U-

.. CS Rcpairs done at short notice. A GOOD SECOND HAND BILLIARD TABLE of F.niy Toilet Article, at very low prices. Plantation u well watered and Altby. Baptist Brumley late of Jefferson count/ Florida,deceased ine PEPSIN. bear the written'! n tar! of J &

1 f Ineember 27, 851. lilr f('rfalelwly I). LADD. Da\ia* Pnin Killer. Rad way/Ready Relief -ALSO- are hereby notified to exhibit their chums and HOUGHTON.M.D..sole proprietor ThilaWpl? :.
\I''T'- Mas',' f, 'T2 ] demands within two from thia date to the nude
: CARRIAGE REPOSITORY O-;'-odV Ir Ha Cholagogue.K'rMe The land of JOSEPH HALE, eight miles Westof turned the years will be barred : Pa. Copy-righr and Tr.deMaifcfen V.: t .,,:
and
all
or same
celrbratcil Planters' and othcr Met ; persons Ci:1-: Sold all and Cnltrl I* '
r/iiK Eparyj7 Family Talla.afcee! on the Ockolockonoe River for by Druggists
I BY MILLER AND BRan, ; TRUE ?. ld'1-i.:. arc : indebted to the said deceased are requested to make: cines.
; sale. There
\ .* TaJlaJtattce, Florida.JnRJE' O Ol> \1I-p&; OL( I Ja)r.c'b Medicines, ttt, &.ju.t received by and the are water 200 good.Persons acres. cleared. The place i isheftltllv. immediate payment WM. A. G INK INS. LEWIS' 1 A3fi ; .

..] !. rP E subscribers have received a larcc; TTSEP'I. l in ': r .. -. -- .- ; ., ,' -.. LEWIS & A'MES. wishing to purchase can call on me in Tallahassee Jefferson ro_ FeK !R.Administrator 1852. 8 dt bonit 8m ,non Wholesale and Retail tpto.Febmarv7. .

;-! 92&SS .pplv; of CARRIAGES. IJI'O- I Uai. H">"..-a ..- \.1' o -' .' .. I OctderIl,1S51.- 40 tf otthe owners on the premises.C. .- 1S52. S ,W _.

j:: i22 S2 GIES AND HARNESS 'J.i'h th(y: e \.d tHJ I --is.."-"I' tl Ib. Ch.' '.' i ; -i'f I! Lin en Drills &c. A. BRYAN. Notice. Groceries.'

f. i I. offer for uli< on Uio most reasonable terms. All [pc fi I IS Ipons ')I t.fJI vi,4h.; ,H..Jlna: J j. _: i If. c',; b,'lfI, .: I April 10. 1652. 14 tf IX mouth from date the undersigned Administrator :
i i wislung to pnrchase any of the above article*, \\\\auaitn! por,-, and. of \.IY "II .!:'r ;p--| '. ,I UST r.-n:\'(- for Cent's and Boys' Summer Wear S de bonit non on the estate of James M. T>ACON, Flonr. Cora and' Mtti's.-l

] '.f will please call and examine for themselves. I" .tle !iv I.E\\'j' &. ', n: i -' ahl. K'ppf-d &11I1 l Plaid Linen Drills, Brown Call and See Nixon deceased, late of said County. will present LU J-> kind, Oils, Whiskey and

December 13. 1851.; 49 tf May 2". J IS.Vl) 20 "' i1'I, j,I I-jrV. Br.wn linen *nd Nt-tt Linen Drill Drap d'ete, received per Schconcrs W. R. Pettes and L. accounts and vouchers to the Honorable Judge of Probate Salt and every thing usually kept hi
Cf'tliitiude! *, li.iinH PlwuttrV JUST For sale low A.HUL
:J ----- .-- Linen and Linen Osnal'jrg Er for Gadsden Countr. and ask to be duchargcc for cash only by

3 1. : Clothing. PROTECT 1 1 J';. r.,:t".ui'cr r 1 ". '.;r(."z:t.1' '" *. t/Ie thr with evtiy tiling uially l(-pt in that 6 casks Ribbed Sides, therefrom. ALEXANDER E. GREGORY. April 17,1S52. 15
I ln. frr Fide low
S : JUST received at the old etand, a general HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT; ; Iy 11EUI & RUST. 6 Shuulders, February ?, 1862. 5 6m
asaorhi March 27. 1852. 12 tf at Part.
Exchange
' : of Cloths, Caesimeres and Vesting, : 2 Clear Side
: 4 the subscriber is prepared to manufacture in the most Capital Stock, .501-0,000. CO bbls. Extra Ohio Flour, Notice. GROCERIES, Hardware I Crockery,w=

,i approved style aud on the moat reasonable term*. ?TJJIuntlp.TI LPJwd. A.'jmt: of the above Ci>inx| >ny Here I Am. 40 Extra SL Louis, months after date I shall make application I to Ste i Blankets, Kenevs .Ont'

t Gentlemen in want of a regular and fashionable! ou;. ( to take ri.l ki against Fire on build' FAILING to purchase ccrtaiu property on the sea 10 Mess Pork, SIX Honorable Judge of Probate in and for the Hats Cap Black Drew Coats, Pants Vcoats. .

f fit. will do well to call ppon ings and their contents, on the m" .t favorable term.*I Jill hurt, to attend to the wants of the 6 bags Rio Coffee, county of Jefferson for letters of dismission and discharge Hunting Coati Saddle, Bridles" s '*.

t ': November 8, 1851. 44 A. B. CLARKE. F. H. FLAGO Agent'Tnllaha Citizens of Tallahassee and the balance of our world 6 boxes Candles, as Administratix de bonit non of N. RFokom, EXCHANGE for Cash, Cotton. and I.-

, l C r- cc, October 25. ](-51. 42 All who intend purchasing goods will find it to their 2 casks Plain Hams late of said county, deceased. AU herein interested Country generally. ,,J. ILVII1U
( persons
,' Spring Hats. interest to call before they let the money slip from 6 tierces Sugar Cured Hams, are hereby notified accordingly. November 1, 1 85 1. 43 .
. *
THE latest ntyles for Gents Boys and Youths,just NASH & CO., their fingers. S. S. NIGHT. 20. bblil. Whiskey 'I' 51ALINDA FOLSOM, Admx. dt kit;, non. Just Arrived. '

' L tl and for sale by Dealers in Drugs, Kedicines &c., October IS. 1851. 41 tf 2 Lard Oil Extra. Jefferson County. February 28. 18A! 8 6m vessel J
received
. N March 27, 1862. 12 HEIR & RUST. TT7ODLD inform their frienda and the Before purchasing ehvwbere yon will do well to call f HAVE just r by the last
: ; public. that Now In L Tort, invoice of men'iwosseAinf&nt'a
t'* they have on hand a good assortment of Opening and see for yourself; u I; will sell low for cash and Chancery. an .

: PREMIUM COTTON GINS. article u are generally kept in their line of business ench A T the well known stand formerly occupied by cash- only. _, A. H FELKEL. MIDDLE CIRCUIT FLORIDA-IN GAD S. offered hoe", eM1prlslDg'"- man1..tl .tJIII
in tillS market There are I
1' OL CLARK & General April 24, 1862'f DEN CIRCUIT
i. and will bo STILLMAN a and Select 16 COURT.
:E. TAYLOR 4c CO.. Proprietors of ibe Colutnbus receiving regularly fresh supplies. Their Assortment of Gentlemen' Boots,;assorted, to vtich I""ftion.
Cotton Gin Manufactory have the ml- terms shall be reasonable. Sarah G. Tillsoan and Jane Tillman, Complainants, The 'above Trill be sold low to
f '*' hi act 1mto announce to their patrons and the Planters Tallahaw>cc. October 11, 181. 40 Pall and Winter Uothlnc, Spring: Clothing.A M. mart. J.1'y' WI 1if.f

'generally, throughout the Cotton growing re"j Southern Fancy Goods Cloths, Caraimeres, Vesting*. Hosiery, LARGE assortment of Gents and Boy Ready Thomas S Snell, 'William C. Snehl Jnli\ F. .I.monds I. December 6, 151 48 110 _
4 ffion that they ale prepared to supply any number Mutual Life Insurance Company* Fine Sewed and Pegged Boots Slippers &.; which I i.Mado Coats Pants,.Vesta. Drawers and Shirts .Susan J. Little and Jenetle V.G. Donald- ,'

'.: uf their celebrated PREMIUM GIRS.Where of Louisiana. the subscriber 1 U ready and anxious to sell on the Just received sad for sale by son, Executrix of the last will and testament ol( Groceries &0.. J

5 ., these Gins have been once used, it would: I HAVING been appointed Agent for the above Com moat reasonable terms for cash or its < i'dcnL March 27. 186 .. '12. HEIR RUST. Robert L. Edmonds, deceased, and Samuel I B. lUST reeceived a fine let Goshei, .

be deemed unnecessary for the Manufacturerto ,' deeming it unnecessary to dincuss theImportance'snd The stock of Clothing consists in part of Lou,Sherin and cx officio Administrator de bo- J with Ice, .

:f word in I heir favor as t they feel) confident mV mar advantage of the mutual insurance Black and Colored Dross and Frock Coat, Osnaburg nit non of the estate ol Susan Scell. deceased.IT : I. Same with Cheese. .

chines have been brought to such perfection that principle would respectfully solicit the consideration Black Blue, Green Brown and Mixed Frock, JUST received a few boles Southern Osnaburgs appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that ADdhalfbbls.JIackmLbyNewport jAo"7JL, .
'
v their superior performance' nill recommend tliem" of the ciUcens: of Tallahassee and vicinity. Any information Sack and Fancy Coats and Sheeting by William C. 80.11. one of the above named Defendants 16 *

in preference to all other Gin' now in use. Fot the relative to it,can be obtained by calling en the Drab Black and Brown Overcoats ,Mrei.27! : 1852., 12 :HEIR RUST. ,resides beyond the limits ol this Stateand A1il24I8StPwe ,

'? salitfactionof, those who have nol vised the Gin. sub ribE'r. 8. S. KNIGHT. Figuered and Black'Silk and Black Satin Vests in theSisteof New Yorkand that Thomas S. Sn Il. Sulphate of Quisle

.S and are unacquainted wit h I heir reputation, I the Proprietors November SO, 1850. 47 tf' Black Plaid, Grey and Fancy Cassimere Pant ..Notice. another of said Defendants, is supposed ,to reside r 1" : need only say that the FimT Prrmiumt loons ,' from beyond the limits of this State,, and the United THE*ubterib rs have on haad'"O tit

S r have been awarded to I hem for the BEST GIN es.hibitcd New Good White, Fancy Silk and Marseilles Vests- and various DURING my absence the State' ,C. C. BYRD States but whose residence is unknown : ounces orSotr"atrofQtt''iha. *

S at the great Stale Fair held at A ianta.Geur. HEIR & RUST would ngsin call tho attention rf other articles.too numerous to mention. as my Agent:FLAVIUS: ,A. / it therefore Ordered', That the said William C. obriised direct from tfce|'JD"I!*rfftItol.P*; "

: j gia; also, tt toe Alabama and Georgia Agricultuial to their well ncU-tfed stock of SPRING A. B. CLARKE., 24 1862. BYRD. Snell appear and plead answer or demur to the Bill they Will tprnnt it tobe aiujsflief1W ,."
V uod Mechanic's Fsir held at Columbus; and at the DRESS GOODS consisting of the following: Novembo 8, 1851. '44 tf April 19 of Complaint filed in the ahove entitled cause' One I, C barn enlarged ouT.IvvsV-.* f"<*[jiyltia m tf

\\ auinual Fair cfjlhe Sooth Carolina Institute ntCharleston. PWn and figured bhvk Bareges aud Tissues Notice.LL I before the first Monday i in March nd the, ssid cities, by recent arf!viis>tul 1prept Sti,

i .. The Cotlon ginned on' thete Gins reteired Plain colored Furniture, Chairs, _&c : Thomas S. Snell ,within the period of nine month I* orders.or article*in.ocr liw,, .t *wF&Toa ; ;
the f fit Premhuustt the exhibition held in Embroidered Muslins and : : pcrscns creditorC'legatees, nth1ecibtr it. i- from the date 'of the publication this Order,or I the'moat t c ommo di1ing tefttt.. iif- '
S Organdies '
I. barlettbnSouth, Carolins.snd ti every F.ihere Plain and Printed Lawn. W-E have just r 'eEired.ti: New York per Brig \. bution, or otherwise interested. in the estate of the said Bill will be taken pr; eanjes..igajn,I:. I I We hare'alwafeaeewnf**.!.d1t.! *

j samples Cotton from them have been exhibited.i I tC ':-' '..Ohntl S _. '. Suwanncc, a further. supply, cf.Landsome- id WarfCT Brumley. ,. late of Jcflbrsoo County, 'Florida, them: Pr ridM. Thai J.pl publication oi'hi is I v ar1S49.They re'geiriHy| f" .i lls- r:

: i- The Proprietors hiv in their possession flume r, Plaid striped'nnd Cambric s superior Furniture. '- deceased;are hereby notified,to exhibit their claims Order be made i in tom newipaper.published in tbiCircuit. I, nut if the wholecwild be pa *( bort I itl..t:

|- Soul ecrtlfiestctfrom Punter, Cotton Brokers,Cot n. Lace Capes, Collar and Cuffs Ginghams, which we we are invito now opening attention at+our ji Furniture.. I. ** -,>,Rooms I to and demands within two years from this date to the 10th'Odnber. 1Stt. ::1 tar tow' J q tdJ ltlt"'f! wi a. -
Msnofsctorer Cotton undersigned, or the same will be barred 'and 'J. WAYLES ;tc.
itssiOtMStCh3fltlfld Thread Lisle mid JJuilui Edgings and ; all persons BAKER.. Judfo.. 5' .5 ,
Oval and Plain Back .
4 Goods: ,'testifying. that.the performance of; the GJss. Black Lace and C anUlU VoUT Inscrtiiur.. r'' TetTet Bo/as,S indebted to the said deceased, ,.req..t.ea to A trneeopy-Attest,. Jaeiaf'. ; w"} !;1 .. ., ",J" 1It'

; .and the.samples produced by.lhemctnnotbe. ,e:x. Kid Lisle and Twisted Silk Gloves and MItiei and iurdDrrsnf Book male Immediate payment. r .,_- r SvM R C;. LnTcft Clerk.. 'jl TJ
f 1 1. Qoartetts Stands,, October 18. 1 SS|. :. :. ,. "
'
I celled by tny Gins ever rosnnftetored. Linen Cambrics and Lawn \: r' 4. O lli8"Adn'r.. 41 4mm5mNotice. .If.N"" 'i r.k
! Handkerchiefs. Work Stands and '' ,
,. All ordssicrGlngiven$ either to oar travellinger Cape Scarfs sad Lace Viscttss. 'S Ottomans, fav Ac Jefferson Cbonty April.J..18at.4J, ; .Jw S ,- TrTe.ea4p.rr;0 .

loc] Agent*, 01 forwarded to the Proprietors I by -ALSO- Of Chairs. we hare a great variety. Now' opening' ., < :*jv; rot IOO l'L .*xted..100

'mail), will' always nfUi'prollr.t tttention.. Gins Bonnet,Csp 4", Ribbons' .; J Anor r.ny Giltdo.JJndlpottnge. Chairs do.. r JY Joe-Real Gold;Ice. A 'LL'persons'ersdtton Isffttsst-entitkdto'dktri r loa ba PSow< .- 9

t will be lent to anr part of'-".Ib. tovntry,'tad, 'war: .Black oJ colored Satin and Lusters do. Fancy Cane Beat do. LOTS of die cold staff aiecJ" ady for those that jtlbation- or otherwise tetevtsd in:the estate of NeJ'Cll1. r I .
sttl.r'etlo..ros. .. S Joseph Joyner' late of L
JWIsrson FJ
: oV
raDtod'loire
N.ckThind Neck ;mighty low Owrty. r %
Ribbons abpl&ial.
particularly 't
and by
.. L, burrow.&Ajrwt, fsiitbtm. i Wht Oak Walnut da are briiI5.d to-.llHlittMR.- !. .; I ,; '):" f
; Silk ADd Cott01 Velvet daKi Rush Bottom and Rose Wood Chairs Newport April,24, 1651 It .,D.XADaBpotii : : ;
', ,
Cpu! bOT.Ca..MucbgQtj652. H ly Eolisod Trimming and I'rme.T.ther dew k wiIIaiD 6..hatu. kte:.**. 11t. t "> .
S OceandDnlngRocm.do.; LAGLs- .
-S I '.' ded-m. tbu .l"-rnf &aU pii A: ;: ...
'c: : with many other fancy articles which Snot Mahogany ,, .
Bo ts .and1$"oes. Spring Rockers indebted to the said kTiakr GoOsI.rAvk.t,7ete41'-
,
dsortudarsrsqaest*
'J yon will please e*U and examine. before makhur your Children's High and Low Chairs Ac. QHOES, OaHers andfiUppers,a beaotiralsesortnieot. Immediate to .* Ji. 4WNcTeinvr 1I' "lV'l ,
pstTmeat
A'PTWEtoeicjuatopnedaod j for sale by purrha es. HEIR A RUST. BERRY '* ROWLES. Auctioneers. Ac.Januarv 3 Jtct reeeired and tar sal. low. ELlZABETrT ., w.'
March 2'1', 32. 12 'HEIR 4 BUSTi, March 27 1852. 12( 24 1851 .It JOYKER. Qaalifl" *crsiri*
I It tf S, 1852. (SV.J I April W.T-MITCHELI/" Jefferson Count, Mar. 8, 155:. It 3m. l : 1. 1m't. -



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