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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: June 12, 1852
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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oclc - 02704418
notis - AKP8648
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System ID: UF00079928:00172
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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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,puu.ji cbristiftn and hi* Echo. knew all this she V -:- I itV
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: tA noduoins lore to GOO and man, k now., Incident of Ooean tiffc; Lamr Chickens.For Vampire. Nmp ..trt : .; ,. t

fill, .DOt thiJ the gospel plan'rtJ1 But you ship lay at anchor in the Bay of about twenty hours after birth, the Not long since, A young girl eleven yearsof .c Consider,each' iys W :r

The gospel, plan. Not exactly; fortified town in the extreme' chick not onty can do well enough without age,,who lived (In Paris, attempted to murder you r jo fill f*:"n-:ia' f r
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faith and love to Jesiw ilio J-' put out his eyes; Thfc day had been ex any extraneous)nourishment, but will positively her mother, sister and many of her play.- which! ,ln' *fir have* see* *.'amnl .

po.1 f111 good to all both ftW and foe I me her name ; with a gentle breeze sweeping be far more likely subsequently to i mates, for the purpose of drinking their times I.I ''t i; fpllyi.mea4"B p

J Bulb friend and foe. tell it to ,ou." and westward; but along thrive if let alone, than crammed or incited 1 blood. After a careful examination bj a blank*"I.r apa. W we- iff aft to. 'to l;i !- I

and treat me HI, Who do close of the afternoon the sea to eat prematurely. It is however, no harmto scientific man, it was declared that she was rtl .u r AT* 4eVYdI- wnt : : r "t
l.rflfcirflr you :, '
P TtHorn bun good and love him still I Why, Michel away,:and onQ of those sultry, turn them in among the older chicks that subject to the strange and 'terrible mania of eaclr.or eterafty.I ,Life.paewi;.,... -. .f ",

Love him till. During the. pnenc breathings came from already feed themselves.They will then ordinarily eannabalism. As she was extremely young, bo y oL'. ;-old. ', 4. t :

tratchrs to reveal, without allowing Sahara. Half an hour before follow the example of the rest and this strange perversion of natural i instinct_afforded : one another.:. Everydown aowi1Lj-ist '

III .fallings Wascp.reftillycteal t tion, they captain gave the cheering order pick away at whatever is going. a prospect of cure. All, will remember something that wfll etiBaoceor dimm- [

-I AI carefully conceal that she never ; n to call the hands to go in After a day, or two, chickens will eat any. the case of the sergeant who used at I.hor happinessnw fa.' .!9a ]FAir.: .

chara be W4Tjtrtcl bed in a sort of and in less than five minutes the thing but if they are of a delicate and valuable midnight to leave his quarters, and dig up and reflect; thou art not wrltlog! ', characters [ "

$y rnv name and l 'r time last- was tars were seen leaping from sort, chopped bits of fresh meat, unbaked bodies in Pere.la Chase, which he subsequently in the & Iith BccK of.GdThy .
malic too, a Lang ; quite W I'
TJ if I orrow and affliction know, when this the lower yard. pie rust, and rice, ate an excellent nourishment devoured. This unfortunate man is whole *a book, ft kip* ocd.bo

.to add unto my coT of wo: nervous shocks repose, studding sails bad been lowered now cured, and'is but thirty. He preserves' which nJstAminiftf La 1"i .

1 JJ S jSneoramon this peculiar case, frame. with its corners suspended We are certain," says Mr. Bennett, of the episodes of his past life only a confused here written I .4.

8f*EcW. eav, must I and still Lleea love and bless On the yard arm and the swinging "more dickens are destroyed by over feeding memory, ,like,the recollection .f a Book of G Still love ensuing
brought before these most of the swimmers than are lost by want of it.Ve have painful dream. In other days science feared the nreeVice..of aogtlf, and the dt. H

J1Ift\'t'l'tI'IIgf in I may receive, she way. Among those who seemed remarked that hens which stole their nests to approach these sufferers.In everything oW.+ L

jt I It' paticut still Still. J SDI ltill.frgtv still forgive..f.fIk r the assassin."But was now. the sport most heartily were generally hatched all tho eggs; and if suffered 1770, .a young man named Ferragc, in.life, all. the t.h'"o.Wi.ra A.f tOD-*, are" !

patient boys, Tim. Wallace and Fred. I to seek food for their chickens if the season i under the influence of this malady, suddenly, sketched in theflObadiCUOiCanbeblOUed0ntbutbytba? */ :ind. .
Ecbo,IwT i is this t thour't sure a dove; : stay, ; the latter of whom tho t V
fir, Michel was son of was somewhat advanced, she would, nn- 1 left his companions and surrendered himselfup
else but love. tell -
ftf"J voice slialt Kotbing teach else me nothing but love. how he never lost his ; and in a laughing mood they less some casuality occurred, raise the whole to this horrible propensity. He selected, blood,of ChruL 'Many.have lived away th.- 1

"No from the studding sail on a race. brood; while with) too much kindness or of. as his retreat, a cavern near the top of one sum'merofhifeIittIeb.edfngt)4sJ1ThsgppI.s r ( V f .

Aoen! vilb all mv hearth and ,good then I be know it so; ed he ; but the a loud ringing shout of joy on ficionsness nothalf would be raised. All watery of the mountains of Aure, whence. be used to after leaf with what.fee? W dread;to..see. : .'
just ; promised
TB And aU now deligtitful to practice: Til directly go. cause of his ; they put off, alid they darted; food such as soaked bread should be descend, like a benst of prey, into the cham- unfolded In the appointed y.,. Bf'fhesVbe.' ;

Directly go. How could it \ water like fishes. The surface' avoided. If Indian, meal is well boiled, and paigne country, killing all the women ; he warned; _shun the rock against which others '

being; w. wlxww me reject Last smooth as glass, though its I: fed not too moist i it \viil answer for a very could eat nothing else, and was constantly have dah Tody, thou hast filled pp another I

Tuna I gracious God me purely will pnrf.tJ pointed to night the in long heavy: swells that set in good purpose, particularly after they are eightor seen to gaze, as if in wait for an opportunityto leaf. It and 'ciint t be re. .

Surely will protect : ten days old. Pure water must be placednear seize his prey. He never went abroad writeD1lat canst thou dot, 'Thsonly( : I ,
folding which .t
Benerforthni roll in Lira my every care,. I He showed on was moored with a long sweep them, either shallow dishes or bottle without a double barreled gun, a belt full of thee to the throne of grace,and implore I Il

And lien both fi lend aud. foe embrace ID pray r. I he said 'I'll me tell | and the buoy on the star. fountains, that the chickens may drink with.I pistols, and a dagger. So great was the terror divine aid, that thou mayest fill up the rm. : P' 'f.

EmUacc ui prayer. and then, the ; 1 where it rose and fell with the out getting into thewater, which by wetting I that he inspired, that he used frequently ing leaves of_ thy little y ?fam Wt aeD I :

Bat jifUt ull tliow dotirt 1 liavc dune, Do know man ] like a drunken man. their feathers benumbs and injures them. After to come to towns for food and ammunition characler a thou shall delight to a writ- ; {f

MUftI point of nwrUUieindisowij, you this buoy the two lads made their having confined them for five or six days: without any molestation. name when,the Lamb' shall open..fie V '
It i is :
And trUst for licnveu tliroiiL'ii] JCSUB blood alone f Luck; Fairbanks taking the lead; but in the box, they may be allowed the range of A peasant, whom he suspected of a design books for judgment i:V
'. Jwus Lliwd aloue. street that leads
Through within about twenty or thir the yard, if the weather is fair. They shouldnot upon him, had his house burned over his
I Echo enough! tiy wniwls to mine car entered. the third of the buoy, Tim. shot ahead and I be let out of their coops early in the morn- 1 head. He u<.J to decoy any muleteers he Fr(1 the,Florida Wk-g.; V V. f f;

Are;"'H'IH! than"to flowers' the dew-drop tear; What is the ? win the race. The old gunner ing; for less be suffered to range over the wet chanced to discover In.the woods, to his den, Burns Coayictei ., V f ;
riw,instnx-tire lesstms jilcase) me well I don't I
Tbv ; know
James Burns indicted i for the murder of
of his son with a vast which i is fatal of disease where murdered. A : i V
'" and pnwtice tbeiii. Fui vwcll, farewell progress grass a common cause they were uniformly '
go lYncticc them. Fare-w farcw ell lower that the < and when he saw him drop and death. Another cause of the utmost 1 large reward was offered for his capture in Alston, jvvhose case hasleen" on, ..the Docket I I'

---- Catherine what | from the poop, and was on consequence to guard them gainst i?,-sudden vain, until a bold peasant insinuated himself in this county Jorte past term, vii convict'ed ;

The Drsam Warning. ed to him to i him on with shout, when unfavorable changes of the weather, more i into bis confidence and captured him. This on Tuesday Izt Washington county- .

remarkable circumstance is related ed, paying, 'It his ear that made him start as particularly] if attended with rain. Nearly all beast of prey, for such bo was, was executed Te venue 'a removed froth this county <,to I i

A Crowe in The by out his eyes struck by a cannon ball. the diseases of gallinaceous fowls arise from on the 12th of December, 1792. He a8hin9ton.at the lato term. He was sentenced : V J

Jl.t: Catherine" Night Side was asleep at a shark! came forth from the cold moisture.At was broken alive on the wheel. For four 'i by; his Honor,.Judge Hawkins, to ,be I Ihurginthia :

of.Nature( IS, 12.as having An old occurred blind at man Odessa named in. ped him into the forecastle, and at the sound of I the end of four weeks, the lien may be years he had lived exclusively as a cannibal.Life I county, on the9thdayoIuly V :
inere&r ,
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to ask charity, : words, the men who were in the allowed to lead her little ones into the poultry next V : :
Michel, bad for many years been accustomed plate into my and plunged towards the ship. yard, where she will soou leave them and of(I Western Editor.-The editor of The murder was one of most dold-blooded .

togi-t 'his living by seating himself every t'd ; then the hid at a distance of three or four commence laying again. a paper published at Canton, Ohio, gives the atrocity. It appeared in evidence;that Burns] : V ;
coming ou a beam, in one of the ti.nbtr-i i to wait for ) of his armed with double barrelled to'
following description :
a !
j a shark wake was seen in the' The first feathering of chickens. This is partner- gun, wet.
rinii, witH a wooden bowl at his feet, into j]j I But, since the back of the monster was *I the most trying timo with chickens of all Mr. Pike and I published a newspaper in Alston's on'Sunday mornings-met near: ::
Viich die passengers cast their ulins. Thisfcngcontiiiucdpiactice the 1817, the Miami Indians in the State his house in with wife .
keep plate course was for the boys. I breeds. If chickens feather rapidly when among own company h -- : .
: maJehiin well]known mation\ I the stood like. I j I with the Golden of Indiana. It was a great partnership, that told him be to kill him; :
the h
gunner ono (as is case eome a't
\\t inlia'Jtaats; and, as be was believed! tol I Iu"e ]!'I But I didn't but on the next ho shouted at'I j J'I very Pheasant young, Black Poland, Gueldcrland, &c. We had two advance paying subscribers deliberate dead. v I
been lormerly a soldier, his blindness it me last night." I I one who liquidated his subscriptions with The prisoner manifested V
voice for the boys to turn, but &c.,)they are always weakly,however healthyin lec.du
tajttributcd tr r the numerous wounds bej: But what beans the other with the trial aud did g .
j:I beard him not;stoutly the I. other respects from the fact that their f< od saw logs. Godfrey, g ,
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y received i in battle.! For his own part be'ipale this!" for the goal,all unconscious to sustain their feathers instead of their the chief, took five papers, and could not countenance when 'the verdict .el

little, and never contradicted this opin.'ibn. ''I Michel was death spirit that hovered so I goes bodies, and they frequently languish and die, read a word. Our paper was called the was.rendered. He! a;*:.tip' evidences. -

Oa? night Michel, by some accident,j.!! forsaken him to Their merry laugh still rang o. from this circumstance alone; but if,'on the Peru Forester," and being printed in the contrition a yet, and says he would.do the :
f Jib with z little? girl often years old.jnxndPjWiCslca ; again. One ni I woods, that title was appropriate. The town deed over.again.
and at length they touched other hand, they feather slowly ; (as in the ; .
'vho was friendless, and on i idw Michel who had ,1 : !I case with the Shanghaes, Pride of India,Py-] of Peru had a number e t* magIilleentnamesfor In personal appearanrje, the prisoner itex*. V
;irrjc of perishing'with cold and hunger.7l pfd hastily into its streets, such as Pearl Broadway, &c., ceedingly his 'countenance being
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j drops of agony started from the; iiioutti Rocks, Cochin Chinas, &c. &c.,) the n-pye .
oid .1.U took her home and adapted her; thought she had gunner. A boat had been put food in early life goes to nourish and sustain which streets exhibited the animating and just such would! give t to a mur

d frooi th.t time, instead of sitting in the her door to j ; knew that it tould reach their! bodies until they become more vigorous, bustling spectacle of stumps and trees as derer. His I I forehead is low. and retreating; V

inber-yard, he went about the streets in her |' then Luck '!' season, and every moment he ex- and old enough to.sustain the stock of feathers high as a man's head. The stirring events his eyes small, twinkling, deeply sunken,and

company a&kiag alms at the doors of the! him to a distance"And II I: the monster sink from sight; without detriment. This is the reason which transpired in that city imperiously demanded drawn down at the corners; hia nose a pug

,G11e.; The child called him father, and they i is u ) that all hope would be one.- why the Fawn-colored Dorkins are raised -I a couple of chroniclers, and Pike composed of lines and angles; cheek! bones "

we extrelnely happy together. Hut when I Yes ; he I! a cry reached the ship tbat I more than pur others of the race, simply because and I were at hand to discharge this important exceedingly prominent;jaw bones equally V

trj had pursued( this nmd of !lire for about blood, and he i every heart like a stream of they feather more slowly. This, too, I II function. Pike wrote poetry, and I prominent, with a mouth sunken and com
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forears inisfortuc befell them. A theft ed me all this I! had discovered their cnem/. I accounts for the extraordinary healthiness oft dipped considerably into State politics, and pressed the whole combining to give an ex \

bring been committed in a h houiC which i I Upon this, I started old Fairbanks to lila &en- the Yankee Game fowl-they feather very discussed in a very learned manner every pression, at once, low, vicious and ma1IgI I
t lfy had visited in the morning, 1'awlcskau rested and it i question of interest to the few settlers and nant V .
j than he like stilts 1
', :; thought sprang to slowly, and their long legs, carry I
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suspected and arrested, and the 1 blind actually been { deck. The guns were all loaded them above the wet grass. Chickens which I j Indians. Besides being an editor and printer V

wa was once more left alone. But, instead i j 1819, at. j'h fore and aft, and none knew feather rapidly must be kept perfectly dry i| he kept the Broadway Hotel was postmaster No %RED OF TEA ox COTFBX.-Mr. JuX -

rfrewittiinj his former habits, he now disap: I, accusation, beUer than he. With a steady and warm, however strange it may appear, justice of the peace, land agent, pettifogger nius Smith has commenced the cultivatiou"oCtle

pared altogether, and, this circutance! !I isequenlly by a sudden hope, the old gun. or" they will die, while naked chickens, as canal contractor, merchant, overseer tea plant in South Carolina, with the expectation -.

tusig the rastucion to extend to him, the!'I communicated a priming wire, and picked the they are called, or those which feather at an of the poor, had been a schoolmaster of making it a Bbp production of

|r.n was brought before the magistrate to bej!I fession to 1 1i I ono of the quarter guns, he took advanced age, and very slowly seldom suffer and a day laborer, was twice widower, was the South, like cotton ; buta '* trfeetfng :cT .,

"'lToated with regard to his probable place 1.t last night." ;I a percussion wafer and set from the cold from the fact that their downis brought up a Quaker, and the last time I saw the fanners' Club, held recently, it waa ata- : .V

""eoncealm ent. !i| great interest, j and set the hammer of the pa- very warm, that their blood is hotter, and him he was' preacher-had married a third t ted by Judge MeJge that from'recent discoveries ; V

"Do you know where Michel is!" inquir. borhood With a giant's strength the old circulates more readily, as their food principally wife, and was an auctioneer, and what moreI the leaves ohhe'co1ree.treefond :

e3 3 6e! magistrate.Ue 1 j, sentence.I the breach of the heavy gun to goes to blood, and flesh and bone and know not." f to produce tea equal, if, not superior, to any '
i i\ dead"! replied she, shedding a tor. of the teas grown in .China. V ; V
and then seizing the string of the not to feathers.In I
: Xcrc Virtue in The London Medical -
"st I BAR.NEY Cojee. If what staled
tofteara. AND Judge Meige be true it is i
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back and watched for the next tho hatching of poultry, nature is the
Ai the j ton .' Gazette gives the result of numerous experiments -I useless cultivate '
girl had been shut up for threl'daj's ) quite to the tea plant; forthe V
ud] shark for the
I bring the in range.- best snide, and all arrangements accommodation with roasted coffee that it
*iiont of information gives the proving leaves[ orthe coffee will
any means obtaining plant answer every ,
the piece some distance ahead of the hen should conform as
foffl 'without, this answer, together with her r' cause of the r is the most powerful means not only of rendering purpose. But, another member ,of the Iirtti- !
but little would the which nature
yet a moment far possible to txnmple ,
as
animal and
i effluvia
and the French j vegetable JHOCU- made
f&gned distress naturally excited consider- lute a statement that rather cot ahead i -
Surprise."Who II I Mr. John and fears. sets before us. liens in a state of nature ous, but of actually destroying them. A of the Judge's; he said that the mangel wert I
was hashed, and heart make their nests on the ground. The method ;
every in which in
advanced
he dead I" gentleman, and room meat an degreeof zel beet when
told cured ,
you was they inquir. properly produced: a t
j ship beat painfully. The boat however, cannot at all times be acted upon V
had been for >
t& favorite with the decomposition kept some t
that of the
j beverage superior to finest coffee: #
distance from while be secured from 1
the boys, unless the nest properly
'obdv." i i of 8uch a time, was instantly deprived of all smell on and the shrubbery of the beet Could be used' c
monster was 'fearfully ncar.- vermin from the rats, as those
"Tlieti bow can you know it !l"' j pleases when particularly an open coffee roaster being carried throughit for tea. [ V
air awoke the the whole of :
bj' the roar of animals will frequently convey
'\ killed M. is containing a pound of coffee newly roas So thit' there be
11. him Saitiges ; can nd necessity for rat|,-
and as the old man knew his sHot the from under the hen.
to i deed eggs ted. In another room exposed to the effluvium coffee either for sale .
tOil have never been'out of the pris- happen he sank back the ng the of the berries; it
t1lr Mr. upon combing occasioned by the clearing out of a dung produces the leaves which
Barney's are better
\ or than .
and covered his face with his THE MORMON WIFE SYSTEM.-We take pit, BO that sulphurated hydrogen and
ItIuw thau ammonia tea. *
it nevertheless! one -.
heralded afraid to see the result of his own the following from letter to the St. Louis in great quantities could bo chemically V :

".low 1.yoa mean\!as" that possible Explain killer.country Who : if he had failed he knew that his Intelligencer from "Salt Lake City," said to detected, the stench was completely] removed Princess Murat

.I \' : be from a reliable source : within half minute, on the employment Madame Marat she has been \
elano! All that I can is, that I a sphere aa as heretofore ,
wy alter the of the the wife I will
Law Jaim &illed" should disagree report gun In relation to system, begin : of three ounces of fresh roasted coffee, kno1D'snd called, h'aa been making short V
4' upon the air, there was a with Brigham. He, as I have before stated, whilst the other of the house
WheD wag he killed, and bow t" ifnot of Adam parts were permanently stay at the Irving House in New York, and V
but-as the dense smoke arose has about fifty-among them two sisters. H-- cleared of the smell '
"It w'U tLe been : same by beiug while there bet amtable manners, and lad
night I arrested, always at ; ,- ;
was
Co of tho water, there was, at ber C. Kemblo and Wm. Richards also have simply tra'ensed'ith'the coffee roaster, although like ,
nit if the United I deportment, attracted tuirfer&al atten !
cannot be he alive whon '
"u te." ; .was you war in murmur breaking from the lips of harems of women from ten to thirty. In the cleansing of the dung pit continued V !

I' : murmur grew louder and stron fact, all the leading men in the Mormon for several hours after. tion.Madame Mural ;
Yes he Mr. and was the daughter (BhdVihhiaoVirgna
was he killed hour nf-- Barney
; was ono swelled to a joyous, deafening Church have from two to ten. There are The best mode
tir that the first 1 of using the coffee as a \ and A grand-niece of Gen.: ;
; they stabbed him with a knife! war t
M Where I II I old gunner sprung to bit feet several instances here where men have married disinfectant is the raw bean, pound it in a Washington: She man fed Achtfle Mar V V I'

_I"an't kU were you then !I"' Or: Mr. on the water, and the first thing, widows, who have daughters, and now mortar, and then roast the powder on a moderately the King'of Naples. c I. Afebffle" Murat's.;

i'h: but I saw It. exile, (escaped ) i view was the huge carcass of have the mother and daughter both as wives. heated iron place, until it assumes a mother was the distinguished Cfiarloite IV
Confidence or
.1.& $' to with her bearers which impossible the girl asserteaied and- is jtttt now tho i his white belly up, a man Heber C. Kemble has the mother and daughter dark brown tint when it is fit for use. Then Carolina'Bonaparte, third! sister of Napoleon :t ;,

$biird tions from his i mass. ; A. M. Tarpin has a mother and daugh. sprinkle it in sinks or cess polls or lay it on and Queen of Naples, V
,
diiipOsed .
that she .
them
-eidter to imagine complimentary i moments the boat reached the ter; C. E. Bolton, has mother and daughter; a plate in the rooms which you wish to have The late hosband of Madame> M1' 'w I V

*; 10,taring really insane aside, or pretending to be publi meeting iii and half dead with right also John Taylor. In fact, all the head men purified. Coffee oil act more readily iu minute nephew of Napolean; and cousin of the presV* V V

tohten.ogate Michel ; they prdceeded tan Hall, to give brought on board. The old man have more or less-it is more unusual to seea quantities.A ent President of France. lib understood :

_if the her about the robbery; asking his views of the : boy in his arms, and then over family with but one'wife, thanto see one here that the President of Fnttf e ha*'recent :

.Ob was!, guilty I Iv prospects of hia ; : powerful excitement, he leaned with from two to ten. Yet their preachers, Doctor as is a Doctor.-A countryphysician ly bestdwed UfJon M dam Mura,. ,the wM--' ;

a. no she nnswereu. man. of for support. over the country, deny it in the most positive was called to visit a young married ., ow of hill lamented wbo at &U
coown ,
i waa
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AoIton en ,how" came the property. to be found pulsive and e i men in all phases of excite. terms. To look at Mormonism as it is in this man afiiicted with apoplexy. M. D. Bo. time of his death; A citizen of Florida, the'title r;

I don't terpriM which : suspense, but never have I seen valley; one would think that if there was any i ins gazed long and bard, felt.his pulse and l L of Princess and remitted her forty tbocs- V

.; ., know; I saw nothing but the mnrml Ireland, the : beings more overcome by thril system in the world that has been gotten up pocket, looked at his tongue and hill wife,, and dollars to' enable her to join his family ;

Bt thtre have doubtless ; than on that startling moment, and propagated by the devil, it is of the peo. and finally give vent to the following sublime and enjdy his honors In Frinee.'l .. : : :
are no grounds for soppowng knew the effect of Saints. "
first our called Day
t Mu hel ia on the : gun pIe Latter opinion : The ,Princess Karat sailed for England
dead has beenIt "
his
not
; body "I think he's fellow.
eht possibly from __ The New Bedford Mercury (Whig) is very V a gone front New York on Sunday lasb and before V
No, no, exclaimed the sorrowing ,wife,
'" It la the aeqoedat." indulge.He for he Dytcntary.-It would be severe President Fillmore for his Mormon do leaving she extended ,an r fnyrtaaon;. to'Mra:
not saythat"
::&*l & slew him." comes with the It : V V Gen. Ashly, her intimate (iaDcI.oeo.p.
you know who pestered Dysenta- appointments. says "Yes, returned Bolus lifting up his hat l .
seek her .but the inviutidn V ,
A refuge ,
t. ny w deeBeed by
1. >; it is a woman. Michel was wa k. formed without with the following simple The appointments .of Brigham Young u heavenward at'the same time. 4*Yes I do, tJi A J-.*...ed.1 tad ;sn j .lrv "i* i iwmi -
lowly after taken from hlrnIS&fl v.a, perhaps proper policy under <. .. I ,. ..l
? was king.either a 1 Is recommended by the Ion governor sao; there slut n6 hope, not teastest mite;; -V .
came behind him with A large eon :, V all arc1 mataD.ee-bat the retention of' that he's. got a attack of m'hil fit in, hia lou :DAlIfcnffi SFTM. Mr,:Kcttdait wri: V
our people
-i knife; bat he heard her, and turned. upon L who shocking brue$ in office, afterhebAd. 'expell frontis "m.. thug frdmPadssiys An h becttfredatCoiitg :
1IIIId gher, it !is said, of our Acquaintance, 1 r V
:and then of ed'the judges Appointed by the United States V
the woman flung piece of ly tested the matter, informs ""Where cried the startled wife. Napoteooi great baU, Uetwita'* FresislMiaa.: V
rer personal ,
fV
h Ij with the knife. The gray stuff was, to limit his ylor the dysentary, i if Admin: with the appointment, such, an without a deal,of trouble And great deaJ l hiii tpar the dreis'ofdMladrwish,'wfea" :
: with the bt odO' Michel fell at ignorant scamp M Orson Hyde_a* judge of of You his whole' Utter .
JT yyaeo : of oar people to F the early stage of the disease., pains. see planetary system was dancing.:[ Mr.A : JI 4
w.Wow, And the woman dragged the hit, for p8I'1OD'U 25 drops the supreme court of Utah, the retention of hi deranged, fustly his_ vox popult Upressin I poor place to Iotfdd ee se t aaT'itrOelav'spmryet .
/. the earning own grown is small matter.. We think the President -
Acqoediiet, and let it fall in with of sweet: Young A : _On'1&. adn1orem. : secondly hicntsearp'ai I I presme th'V
**lifting the staff which stock his, settle down to a large table-spoonful : erred grleveualyiJ appointing this Hjde swelled n.hly thouaarid .
'. to farther told.- ; do e will uaoaliy.effect a cuj ." station and think this cuteanous' has co pair sH fcrito' Oevrmxch.anJotWo ..:4W.
to ajodieial we way if and his soUi ::1
not more; thirdly. lastly oer.ir. f ; '
-,1&.1rII easy to verify these latter AS- of ft. power on ..It 'is:said that this, talento I ftUowing the KormoDl'Co control both. the ribs Are in eoeouee state, And he,ain't_gol .' .-* "' -" i'' ". .' : -.. *?.z (&& .
. ::.c".the74esoatcbed people to the spot ; AS many more iidz to settle in the'State of Vir executive and the judiciary of..Utah i 11 affainat Any money, consequently* ftdie. i .IM-1.. .....,. + 'fll.'. *,1.1' .

t1 ..boa.w.found, with the piece lingtoieekit- ,- :. .ha haspwehaaed; some .lands I tU Interest of the people of the United Sttiee ,.I V I"D miigk.ese.- .NeI.I. ::.":' '

. ONi, W. M.d, exactly as she, had de- MI hare shortly to'making arrangement. I lrboIrtnot ,Mormons,' tf not.;against 'good, I"h .worlcl.. ,... ,.7, ,.' f A. _.. ?' [
SlIt when moral. Bed the the Printer,.. 0'0)) II .f or. 4-:1\ .. t...
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The Jtatoerttieas Oen. Piertotaa Abolition.TttiFi .
7LOR1DIANTJOOMItl The Dtaoeratid ToaSMif.
The Cbarlesioa of ssW josUnt accompanies der may know Mr.Pierce*
e bare e to able to notice, the oomlna- CMn'r 7yr

TWi great Uw nit, Uvotri g the title to the whole o f of the late MbVfatic Ifatk al Coarenlion have j 1 the aanraooemeDt o jsbe iwmipatix* mado 4emfc tbe abolition, Mtotioa, w trae tba c

peninsula tif Fturida, aW iepeadiag upon principle* "keen received wift thl rariMsV ordlaStj.If not cuthuLvmby 1i 1 Mmaris* Tti* Cryf him to

n grvftt ptrt almilar to th w inndv d in the RTnt to thepartjfjn both MctioosV ftere d -* m -I Oj au* yBSSR Bfii j
Count ICK ItotTKo, which coven tl e residue ofb natiintlAaanlww CfcqgHes die rtteptiesi petitions on the abrfa**cf ifcveTY a. .
Bot ID
Snte front the line of the AS.AOOS prant, onihe not appear to be any mtJ bjeetlnB xaiscJ. or ** the fi&trictV ColianbiA. It w about Oin time thai
of 1'loriefa the if paid in opposition inUmatcef, and we arelnclaked S thiuk tlie I'Cemvcntion [nToIkVidniinifrationf
art,to the western boundary m wwt, pet annrai,
4rote atwlition letter from h Darb letter
Erie b
tnw triad At St. Aufrnrtine, in the United Slate* District advance $3 50 if paid Iritlan six months i>f U c time has made selections upon \\lJeL tlic friends TLw body (tbc Convention) us we lean, bytplcgr Mr. Fillmorc hia celebrated tool psIpaoWalone. -
District ; tine die aftcrwion, after in ivhieh lie aroweel himself in lavor of the immediate .
Grnrt for th5i oommeneinjr oa Mondiy, AdYert of tLc different distinguished gentlemen named iu ph, adjourned on Saturday
the 10th, and toraiaatiiJg ou Monday the 24th of of6ul>swibbgnnd400atlhccadoriLe; year. contneclion having elected Oca Franklin Pierce, as tl.eir earxttebite abolition of slavery in the District. The position ofGen. the laciif neededtasdsooY dtaattioa ?*1'

Mar.Tbefbrmof aents, OueDolUu- per square of2 lines forfiist, with the Pree-ideney will harmonize with the for President, aud the HonrW. K. Kiii .a* their .Pierce contrasts most favorably with that occnpii* li i.ii.W.i. rf

the Kbit rat an notion of ejectment, andTWly Cents for all subsequent iitecrtkns. AnDouncemenU greatest unanimity.' As for va personally, TVC are exceedingly mdkl.itelorVieoPresiil rrt.v *

brought in the name >f thcpret-ent owner of the praiit, of candidates Five Dollars each, oltvty* gratified with the nominations llw Convcn.tion "TLo former gentleman M a well known member ed by Mr. FJUmore at that time: no n a_in. trying_. to_humbug_ the. pernfeinto- '
of the Led 1 That the rf Stite ? j h n 4.1 4
flgftinit JoiKMt A. BftiDUc.n pnrchase-r frvm tbe United tlic Demoe-ratio Party, of Wexlbury intermed-Iling anr or
to be paid in advance. Religious Obituniy and Marriage could scarcely have pleased us more. We have from anel J.ns their ritizerue abolish in* tliis District
States. For thr | UVutiff-C., F. MATEK, of Baltimore School of FoliCcv yew-Hampshire, States, or to slavery
J Judge' TBOMPSOS and lIcQe'Er.N McITosH, Xotiees, not exceeding 12 lines will be published known the nominee by character ef rf iuce we have served his State bothns a Senator anel Representative, or any of the Territories, on tLe ground, or under

Esq., ofthis'State. For the defendant, Hon. D, ,1* {gratis. f% yo certificatca of,the publication of ca- had -acquaintance with tho politick history of the (we believe, ia Congress (luring the fidauaUU-Atioua ofMr.VanBuren tlie pretext, that it M immoral or thtful, orthe passage

TctK, GtotCK W. CALL, anel C. C. TONCE, E i ., ,tale or legal notices of description will be gu en country, and all that time they have not only been : and Mr. Polk. To Mr, Polk was he e>fanynct orine-asure of Congress -with that view, (the. party)\fiUaapport, La
employed by the United States. | any indebted for lus military rank,having been appointed l>y would Ixj n efirert and dnnge rous attack on the iaititution Delegates it is only tic diast rawed
At the opening of the cate, counsel for the defence until the advertising fee is paid. consistent democrats, but conservative statesmen, to j (that gentleman under the Tenwgimeut Act* Brevet of all the slave boLIing StateMr. -*." which the to

objected to reading the cram in evidence, mulcr the j whose management and control nnglit ut any time have Brigadier General.,an 1 ordereel to Mexic\ whe reLe Pierce of New Hampshire rose, and said the party u exajie froeiu

provision of the State Constitution, i liich prohibits th DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONa l een committed, with perfect safety to each section, wa* att3clicd t Gen. Scott's,Division, but in emS S Senate had become at length to tl.e gn>and on which sions,1 ia The Resolution,' besides n. __

reeding said grant in evidence in any Court in this the reins of government in all its department*, and in ivjtienep of meeting with a severe cceidciit, vos nr.af f |tliH ntctrjrs to be ileterminnL Tlie Dfctrict of It says that the candidate dost "stawj by

State, (eee Seo. 7, Art. 17 of the Constitution) end FOB rRESIDEXT OF THE UNITED STATES delicate and Lie, we believe, t' participate in the whole of theCampaign. (Columbia was now empliatieallv tLe battle-field of the tlic comproroiw,folly and
its detail
niont Of General unequivocally
complicated tuT'and
Sinee his retnni he Las not entered nnd the resolutfon
Abulitionu t under
cited various ttttborties to show that the name rule of very % inimcdutely unalterable *
ai decision must of necessity bo regarded by the IT, S.Court. FRANKLIN PIERCE, Pierce, now tLe candidate e>f the democratic party for j jtLe proinine-ntly into the political arena, although bis name enti iel(ration, witli, pcrlinps. some tnodifieation hijliraseolugy dclerm.rat n to regard ft

But the Court over-ruled the objection, aod OF KKW-HAHPSIUJIE. most csalteJ station on earth, we cay He i* a has bvon luentione-d n-e-ently iu euiiuectk>u *'itli tLc would present the tiuc issue Lerc anel to fpttlemroL JTenr, if Gov. Brown is fcfl t ;fAtliis

permitted the grant 'rt be read.Defendant's man e>f liigh moral tone, elevated .bearing as a gentleman ti in. He him<-olf wj'*, ns we learn by te'<- t trt the country on w ne which would raise, nol a mere Keserfution nnd apply Hlto men,it fiu& %*
tlie Tremont H nie, Bosleini ith Lis lady, question of exruHh'eucy, but one cfa mucli LigLerchar-
coanM then objected thr.t the action to a nicety. It covers him like jT1u
a
i rf rjcctaent vras an notion which depended upon the roc vrcK-rKEfciDr.xT : and of such unspotted private character that JLe wLen the news of Li-iiw.niiiati.ni re-sel e-.l tliat city, act'r, in wLi<>ntIie public faith U directly faveilvceLTLnt the bhnlev

right >f possession ; that thermit of possession had, WILLIAM R. KING breath of calumny Los neve-r brcatLcJ a aliNprr an 1 was fiays our eNrrei>j )iidont, greatly surjiri&ed r.t'tLe my po-ili m, said Mr. Ilereenwy be elistinc'Tyiine vry picture of him. Gen. Scntt nsodtfl

by Act of Congress, passed in I6u7, bi-cn taken away against it In Lis public life Le Lrs always commanded t result. (Jen. Pierce WR when in CX-uj-ress a rtoo explanation in p rhaps due to the h mouth, and yet Gov B. fine!* him tkcW f J

irom nil persons claiming title to lands by title paramount OF ALVIUKA. the confidence eif Lij party and tho rc pect of IiLs ''sopponents. trl'llg anti-taritT man, r.r.d ve>txil, it is said, g.-nerally r rTV State wlkk'h I luve the hoixir, iu P irt. t represent, esp compromise, fully and unequivocally TI* *-

to that of the United States, until their claim; ith tLe Southern vh'gif the-IVnie-eratic I'arty. ij euHy r* there is a rrmjiLVst efispositlon, in certainto elastic Resolution as tLU that'"stringent
Hut Gen, P. has lie '
should "be first recognized by the United Stateir. Hot FOR r.ovERXon : ( never en an fffifcwrier. (Our Wn LIngton coiTv-spfindent inform* u* y teLrrapL *- j>e-rre'rt our votes unel misrepresent our *

the Court said it could not appear, tin til the plivntiffr He La* oftcucr rofcecd. ofiii-e than accepted ; tliat 1-e i* tl.e strongest and lea-t objeetiotia-J inotivrs. instructions I YitatliLs

had concluded their case, that this clai-n had not been JAMES E. BR003IE. it, althoiigli, ns has sometimes Ix'en tLe ra < tlic p-itl- 'Lie of all tLe cundiiLites.' Y Lat the SoutL g ucrcllv I liave jivcn to the resolution* all tLe cr nyicratim! same writer, trying kit hand at <

so recognized, and permitted the case to proceed, subject lion le-nde-rcd was tlie ni'wt duzzling. Fn 1S37, L-nv- will say t tue nomlualii ivc eainnot pn gneti.'ntf. wliieh I ani eapible of bestowing, and Lave ILstene-J to' I am ens cf those who betlie-re that Cot JIM'
to this objection. FOR CONGRESS : "Tlie Columbia'Siiti! Carolinian conclude* an art-! t the flebifwlucli tLe-y lui\e cllcitej with interest and I
.1 mccli his is
eer, he aeeepled n seal in the U. S. Senate- Liii Le 03 position qccstioneel,u a
aL&
The plaintiffs then read a paper, emanating from ,!? oa the stiLjer-t Ly stntlng tint ii its judgirfnt 'n> ] fcHj
AUGUSTUS E. MAXWELL.rou Le-ld un'il 1P12, wLcriLc resigned roi>l retired inli of itniini MJi.ilji Iilienl couMILITC tetl t > tlie CompromibC, by words aud desdtTber
King Ferdinand Tilth, .nnd dated the 17th of December > man more > p inte-grity If tLe griivt. objo'tiou* Ptj gosle-'l on tlie other si.Ic

1817, dim-ted to the Council of the Indies, informing private life. While in the Peiiate Lc w on tLc rejjvnt Ixsen eiotn! f r tlie Ligh efljcc e>f Pi' sileut, i sustain l Ly an evx'miiimfnnof tl.e r.' >Haton t e>f yeur caru&Iatea." Exactly. Ih finJ?

them that he had granted the hnds in question JIJ.ECTOK-I : and celoem eif Lis brother Senators, br tli ni Jioi wlilLer fsnceesp or revers.- attend the camsss. \then. elves or a cf'Urse of sound argumentation, they coincide procwely. Tbo "stringent in3tracti> */

to the Duke of Alagon, and directing their exec urion i voaM ennrc ir.y opj isiiion. Wkit r.re the I TLei hit the >
& of his decree, cs &r aa it might coLfoim to the j jA MCQUEEN .MCINTOSH. ofIJ. justly regarded as among the nio.-t proinii.Iiig.nnj > Ix-ttcr eh-'ife could not Lave been maJc'a/sd that j j'Le General at all and wi doubtless tlie *. ,

CARAWAY S.MITH, <>f Jefferson j ine-n of tLnt dignified l dy. Duri.ig tl.e Lo.iN: 1 <<- L.IJ licun all !.!> life n stanne-h ami nnnaverintj'iDcni the rej*ted llcsolutioo tLougLt,and hence&ito

y second paper was then rcad, 1ated 6th February, j jJB18 I M.u. JESSE COE, o ion of 1810, Le frt >od side by pi Ie wilh ("ai'ioim. Biciiunan ; >erat, nnl among tLc foremost eif our Xorthe nil ( strike Scott Bct-tth.it ljall welief

technically called a Ilojal Ceduln, emanating i and Wright, battling for that grout dento< ratio-' LretLren'in defi-nee- SiMitlwrn Ilylits. ] i* npriirre pcr.dcnt !
from the Council of the Indies/aud/ was a title in form Appointments of Judge Broone. j jI "At "iiefnl, X. H- the iicv.r, 6iy our te!>\ in vuin. Hnving tiicn, iirse-rtion e>n one H'le, anJ uL.il jnrjK.irii
fall about" it is
l b3
measure, the >tre use ulinof
lends. j-hi tlie
for the j r rtw.lutions
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Other tcEtiirony was then Riven, rho-vlng the proceedings Jud-jc Brexjme, tLe PciiKci.Mic candidate for Covruor'Aill onsets f tLc wl.ig pnity, but ngiat.t! which tir>w tlicv i v.'er" rung and a snlute firerl. j j"lln nivl the frank anei un-ual.iu; >tlileftLenio\- Beins ** uor Mcomme>irLfntsty.u .

of the Duke of Ahfon in Inking possession < address the people at the following places: !| d.ire not raise 5; ISMII r a word of ev 1eninr.1ioii riMrii'iec f>r Vi"e lV fei
lands Lis ent and hio sale of On Wednesday, tho 1 f.lh inst., nt Tallahassee, Kiir.j. of ALiUinia the pre-jotit l're-iJeut >f tlw IT. S. alirm.
of the by n a large paitcf lie nisi) re.Jed f >r Mr. Calhainf* famot r< .cil"ti"i.f in | (enemy tlie South aud the Union have ev r lad
them to RICIUKD S. HACKLEF, an American citiscnfrom i On Saturday, the 1'Jth insL, at JfewporL j j'rekitiin Soiiatr i- veil kii'>wii to the Soutk Jii hi1* rccesitr We Lave iitrtloqipr.t ili nn upon the h'Wr- vi*
whom the present claimants derived ttL.Also \ On Satuiday, the SCUiin t, ut fjuinrr.I totiio 1'iig Enierpiize, wLichtilh n. eirg i iI } U l > tl-<- fi 'niiie '>f tlie Hon. Ilobcrt (*'. S'-utt, of jjI'icJ.iion La% not yet permitted Lira tojsay eweEtlle crt
I 1, Vn the Doiwerati** f-aii'li 1-itc f-r Hl.etorf the > of tLc
evidence the of ct.-il.iin locali- ubject Compromise over lis
to prove Identity ]I f In consequence of a Masuule- meeting in Qu.nCT enra piatyr
i
lies named in the grant ; also, n copy eif the Spanish Broomc will not address the people at I >f tlie Ports e.f tLe B.-rnm-IfF. K'nitc i-= : '- fmnl !- tl, > District, it will be rwolWtefl that ln Iefiii'h | ; wLiltf tlie best of our candidates"Lafs ipoketoa
Judge j jTLoina I'l* ?iti .n ly str.tirif that 'be requie-Mje- tls* <*>mj ,
that in 182(1. the 1 pi
Constitution showing ( King of
Spain l l.vt week. rreoieled in fav>.r'ftLc "nni'eil e.pr.li. n law," r. upon the hou e-tops a. el are known of iQ'mwi
Store tLc ?Jtb aux unc
on as j r :?i f. Ho"rog.irel< tinfajjiti.e ulivc1iw, noting tLe But
rras a oonFtituticual monarch, and had no right In anfcal ( any man herenLr'tlyrf liberty, or aail tli: > freeJoinof
luoasuro In'-ndid to rid Fl"i-J.i of L T grcate1elr.iw {tli ii Li le i-hitioii. but that it L t all this frr n jtlung with "?oL: Lentil
ofniiimry goes
c'.rn
this pranL | Ia our next we e-xpee-l t > announce"* list l : I* f L.-re anj tl.ing in fLere" TXlunuu

Tlie defendant's course! then r-Slreel c\Idccce. tLe nicnt* extending F-utwaid, ce>ir.mvicii>g with Je.R'orsou lui'-k, tLc Iu.Ii.u.5. Fee Cjgre :i.i'.il (5r be f.r IS10 t.t a e'>i'-titu'-i.>nal xii.ir.uir .t>, ami tic! iVfileuttt !vti .11 t" sine-lion tLe inrssion cf either f Neit :i Common Serce." llicy are I like tne enrl Cal gIjetter'io
material of which tie nogntivc nny r.e-t tlie effect of vLieh i.oal 1 1be .<*\ liable. TLit tLee iull
most part was decree of "the are rri\iL'g most clear to every the dark Umn in tlie Learns of d
'"
Spanish Cortes .minuTing this jrrant, as rjj.rnM Spiin ) County. to iiiip.ilr T wrp.kon it* e fiiriener. j! Amfric-anifii Iy neinwttt-1 by all. WLy such nonoehy'sMin. -
I iI WLen Mr. Polk Ueatre Preeiilii.l, Lr r.furtu 0 i a They have ns much faiii in
: imd certain otLw secret proceeding in Gules, re poits i Tin* Jf'rn/r>r i>f thjme elate speaks >f (ln. nrcea. \.iiKty f < } anges Live Lerf-n runtf npr n tLe-ni in tLU a nuniB*
j jof
; 1 Ratification t tl Pierce a seat in Li'al.Iuct, but tLi< Le e-lim J. fvil ? tio/.iny as in one TVM> hon no
Meeting.
tit Ui .iji concealments.
nthe-rs de-te-rnilr
committee*, etc. showing t at i'pain Lad only endeavored .* batirg "formerly repri ntcd 1 is Stite Li tli I'. S.Strute % may It H t >t my province
to procure the recognition of thix pant for l ru-xl Wednesday being the day en wLiL Jnd e 'pcquently 3Ir. Polk tenJered Lim a f'.rei n n.i-fci"ii, with in-ich orril'it, where Le was toju 1 'e .f iiotiv h>. aad \\ould take e eu.-"ion only tor.mark Common Scrk tf" is mistaken Ia aKnbia? to u wrgnnt

the benefit of the Spinish Trrarur\ and M itliout nn\ Broom* is to nde'iefs tLe jx-oplc of I c.on, it Las been which \ias alnu put away from Lim. A ieane y oernningin ve-ry jnpularn'rl tL-.t nv nuiu slmll iimkiup aa lsntnp'n a cnncern abejut v.Lat the l ptrfTtsri or&*ie
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intention tlal the grantee thoulJ Lave the benefit of. j jrrc.escd Ci'tii J'l tlml be he-Id el the SciK.tc by tLc .Iiitiiient f the-lvj very t >n the Compromise. To ns it is a natter ei|
tLere tLe
mocrate e>
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by a ripj Ut-
I
any allovitnee whieh the United State-* might nnkein meet1ini "I.i p-ilitiiM Lc lie-Inn to that re ricital>V ]->rton; n :ion that I entertain a Mered regard f>r these inc erj
tn consideration of its anmilnent. Th y also ofltreilreveral i.itifving tLe procu dings eif tl-r late Nutncnl G'n'ventica nientedVeioJbury tolielK-n]
tt ; compilations of SpnnMi Law*, f-lumjug what1verc Such meeting e.in be Lcld citLcr l cferc or'afUT tLc Governor of Jfcw Hamp>Lrc! "fiVrcd die vacr.ny, << niauits, I cleir that the Southern wing of it camwt bring thtirXortLcrn

the general condition* attached to all prnnts eif j jJnnd tie dincusficn we would ndiiv \tj\\r, at if onr memory sf-ne# us, to Mr. Pit-r. *, vrLi'-L Le le- '' 'itiul lifis.. w e sujip'i ?, i-i all res-pi el*, r. gfMKl : inan But it is fartL-r nrgeel at-nlni t tLe> rrs-olutions, ( aii] allies to to the mari. andtnchbeiigfi*
in Florida, end thowing that the Duke-'* title tothesse. fay ''f r tl SjutL as any ut* tlioeo Avhvai L r iw-* upe-r- Mr. Pieiee,) that tLey are mere abstractions Sir, it is''
c'.ind, KB he Lad tLeoiTt-r* of Mr. 1'olk. TLe-sp (cia. the maintenance of the C'ompmmSse
105 o'clock. It will not take half n l-nurtodn 1L re- inimatf-rial % as a &J
lands what
not until these conditions
wo* perfect were ej-iite nani# yon app'v t-> them ; puftuiont
romplied with ; and uls/i showing that Lis alienation ''busine'SB, provided our democratic friends meet rrj-lj- 1 fusa.t t > neprpt 'iritf sbo-sv tLal Mr. P.Las never been The Jl-icon Journal & 3fwng'r, WLLj. v r.Ii a* is it tf.it they mert the ease, tint tLey encounter '? ttle>mentdevolves cprn the Democraticpsrtj. .

of this grant to'IIcKLivf a f>.reamer, was contrary and promptly. I "f tliat elas* of [i.iiti"ijis in c-ir country who regir 1 1jJr.cf rtfr. tiig\ rare, s.-n? t-e! AV-litiniHt tipon f>ci J aii'l tenable pronnd, t t.iji We have nlrea !y Rgree d npon t.is at Ealtin r n4ccimsoatcel

to law, and rendered tlie grant void Tliey also offerd We Lope to see a large rrowd afscmb'od on tLc occaEion ai the great eli--ii5 ratuni, and who are always candidates coramlttetl to it. aod tetx*cecare
certain proceedings in Council, calling'the attention tlif iiomi iain! n srnse of juMlec r.n of the sneaking ef Ix-Ci tmrticf. V V tetrhing to elevate tLcmFelr t<> and tatif'n little trLat tie Wli do in tier
of the Duke to iliife conditi-Ls, ani expteftlyi Lave jmwer 1 1 p-n-nsi iv tli-'in >o.L (!'-i.: Pin il very gs may
I '
notifying him that, iu case he alienate dany part of the 1 Leard it Linted tLat rl'slinj-ji 'jcd xvL'g fpeakrr will Of Gen. P. it may -.ritli truth s-j 1 that Le Ins eloelincd though n, t .1 lstiiijju-'HMi; r.ii.n. v.-e t.i'i* t > 1 .- offo "f laughter hoa e." er any wLere cle.. If they wwillgr

lands granted him, to a foreigner, the grant wculd be- engage with Juice Broomc in tLe discu Mon and more fjL>ndid nppoi..in.<.!it3 tli.ti any rtLer iu l snl re'Liblc juilfCiiicr.t. Jle K-lon n t tl Finality, Lr.wevcr, it would l
rome voI4 by law. take it all in all, we 'urptel itrill be quife an exc'ticg man i-i tl-e Union. Wl.en. Lowe-ver, Lis f unlry 1-e-1 i Woo Il ry whotlof Do'iKxritijviiiticljt..*, cnlnltlioiijl "tub thrown to lLo wLale,'* as tlie Trilune erpree
Minir.'tl. il thin' li
Defcalaat's counsel a1 o offered evidence to \-c h.iie wt ( ; w : < will
that the Cortes had authorized the ratification of prove the time. We cdri e every bodr to keep coo!, rame epgiged in .". var with Moxieo, nni tho vLig'party be foi.u-1 to Mai 1 fcir sn l riit! 1-11 tLi- re--orel, i rcfj j ? it a mere p vc of paper, a trick like the CsomcLea

treaty by the King, in it* present biape-! and Lad rp- however. Hot wcatLcr is coming on ?, ivc Inve a brought nil it* ta'e-nt* &:>1 inflaciiee to bor c.> to Soctbm fj -stiot: ..'' f fhe of Lvt December. A party wLIe4 could nnst -

proved the ratification after it was made. Tliey a'*> 1 1ng canvass ahead, tad it wou't do to j>5e! ou tLe | r.piitist tliHt xvar mid anight to render it odi'Mi-. > :i I Iunpc'jjii'ar Millclj.-ville !* rJ r, aUal! -n Wliijr. J ; ,J assert tl.at Concr; .3* Lr.3 r e>nly tlrtt votes out of sr.r.ie sixty from tie Xotlain

q&reel evidence to show that the United States Senate too e\ttntivelv atA. and tLu" eripple iLe .j rrti-'i:' t f th* ir'>vernmcnt. J the e institutivnal ]> wer tiruVrft rf with !uverv in f iv r of the* Yivgltlire SLivr JAT, anel wLIeh, sfitt
had confirmed the ''tin* Stati-s but ii'lmittlit the- '
ratification of the King of Sp.iin ; ? want of J.'ere.
refusing to ratifv the treaty, eiuiply, but ruufjing itnaratifiei K. Maxwell, Dq; Hie ranjxlitc for Gen. P. ftlt lLat duty uquirH L< Miild t It vi!! In? f>r tli j-roj.V rf c"Jo >rli to <-Iinop.* tl / Ix M it t.tir! ehrfy, n ImLM Inl*. in persevere power in j all tLc tL eat? >f tin Fntitl-em n in and all tie ill.cncc -

by th< King. -\ vrill also be prrjcr.tand Like part in tbc Lii'lLis hifliTonw t nt".h LU (J err.iv-Jit, rail ifneeJ l ltwe ii ( It.T l'i< i< e on th !< Inn I. nn 1 Mr. Jill t!. -" e.iue. IJ gnrJi.ii; ll'e KctJt<:tIi.n r.f slavery r of President Fuli-iure, couIJ nkc and scrape ufytei
more 31V !.-tir en t!. otlr wl v nrt1.. erti.ui
or
Defendant's conn tl o5ercd r\idcnce to t-hcw that We expect thit en Wedn(>E'3ny morning n few puns 1 faciitlcc Lit life In <:eh n, eiuse. Pnmptevl'I en to vote f r J.wlcom"'* Rese.tuire>n cannot gsiltLp
bete i titii t f"r oni=il\ *, Li jKj.l\: t> aUJ l y 'Lat
were no fuehWaLtirts and ia Flori'la as tluwe named J I will be llrrd by M V of honT to !lie day and AA aluUs I by tl.O'C n ble f- lii3'Le recq t-.tl t.o rj p< ii.tirrLt'ef iKfi-ie'i." people vith any elrng-r.et Ilcsdstiom wLuLoajTXJ
inthesrant ; after much ;id J.tional :et>liiaony,
both sides reste-d. lo PIEISCK V.nJ Kli'O, and the glorf-us cM Brigadier (Jenr-.l, ::nl cxcrte-1 LI.T'flfto n.W TJ Cliirl tf-n Ktwltrl, r. jnjrr wTIIt r j. -. .1 ILw f-.elriglia'iiU eiii Iu. ti *onie f tent. in itprtlcr.In sinuTjiiiel tLrocn tTirtr CtTntrntioo. No oft

The iht-n | dcswrntic in in tLc Xew <-fthc f=1n.cture < f He tr what tLc orgr.r. of t! ?y -w.ri on-l Scottite* tLeTfltfunf
cnsa was nrjTied, upon tLe law and cviience { fbip pnrtwsibr.Dcmosratic tr.K'fs rngL-md St..t<- wl.uc wliiij tr i.nnLtu tljLite s-iv.1--it'll ::.> its oi/ir vctl.I.

at creat Icnprth and with much al/Lty *m Loth <- >u; L.i-1 niade tLe wr.r mrn-t ib '>ixi in* ai.d iuj opnlar. i uef tin* tih, pe! 1 5i. the rtc of t!. > tilt'f. i t'jfti' .- error t'lo prcc ili'j rt olu'Iontir> *iV_' .t .I to siys in rePjreei.n* t" tLat mitte-r:
sides, by Messrs. Jliyer, Tliornpson. Yulee, Call nnd riatfcrm. In tl.e month T .li.lr o rr et. Tti" ne.t, metftet, tl at tLe ej'lzrn 'fN -T.Hai.ipsiJrC' .- Le-t tlie V.'Li H e.f tLe; SewtTi undenf-ipj tint tJn>
i 1S17,113 J.-arn makes renutrXw 'Hie ti.'t Ll'tl.i '
wo f.f.ni Lot, t' subjoined r.
yon e ; when tl.e Court instructed tL< .lury that tLU ] Tlcnaillx: t ijigLt l-iii'iT''ii tL" resolutions jid !/ U iKriivre r<**f* r.-i5.lf.niurjtllj or politicaliy >Reward mon,* ?i> eaUcei, ak of the HTKjc 5atiiiialCe
'I* Act of J8'J7. above alluded to. was .ij>pie'! '''/.idirtl, &e-.ivllaii the C'o'tiitr, i-IyLtl at for tLeexr.pf! aad f'Sitinuaaef i>f tliis domestic ( >nver.t:o-i only llbeu-ty to tLink tLeir pwn tVonghtsaniaec'fthh

r.ise that plrnlili'a Lad failed 1<> t-i<-\\ a rcj-o ni'.icnf cd l j the IXiltimorc Convt.ti *i, 1'i f M'jcjt of n>oriVj t'> r i.ifrc (J n. .Se-citt, r.uJ nlier i. LairisLim Lu't in I'* Li-t'-ricul i miui-jctneer : ;, !n. titttt rs i' Vir 'i'iLi r 2Ii nLn'l.tLan Leaould be- teir! owneye1*; an'l erven thithey A>

their grant by Omjufs and, lL.refe>re, cwuld not rt' iielo drlay their jMib'.ie-ation entire tiiilil no\t at P.iebla, jitt in tia.eto j-irt.V- Oil" iiit'.t'Io i-f ve ter-iiy w.i* 11 rittcn S-iturJiy oft i J"r tlio i>ita/>er 'f any i-i.niLir i' titnti-'ii in Franc'* or |not a.-k. bnt vill Jtrtr*. Any revive wbkli represeHif*

j; we k We pub'jah puch of tie irsoluli.m Iwwcvcr, i;>atc i-i tLc Liilllatit lieUny.LiL tLc <-ni' i> l f'ie v.erfe iv 'l th iivx* ef tLe ]> r.i >- I'ti ii. WLyJ IKeau-e-iLcse! arern3tt< r t -r ttLicL j a* satisfirtl with tlie Fugitive Slave* Law. mi

rj The O-urtfu:fin r eliarced the Jury, that, if thejWllevel 'a< relate to the eoinj r ini-.o, the IV.prilive Slave Law, of U.e itef opmcu g-.t.-s ,'e-rstio r.oniir.ti-'ii f-r Vi. e PniJerit.. Tlson h we"hncvr || tlie S'ar.! pe.'tiv.-Ir, when elile-suti'iga pTtion f ( ; tl.e-m to maintenance nnrnodiSeil. trDl Uiniply
the Spinish laws we-re tueh a< t-nd Ltn rc.id 1 1To < M'-\.c ;j tlie Am. ricr.n ::rnit. J.i the tlu-ir powersto be exe-re-Lcii by tlie general govern- > I in anJ
Mr. Pir"e w >uM entirely nefptnM*' the( i iwe ni Jlnjj ne oi e,
and tLf st'.oii f l.i
lbrn, tben this was a pr.int IIJMMI oondiiions : and, J rju< < t> % ery p;ix rally: glory f tLc Lor.I fou I.t lutt! s f O-utrcrss r.udCiiuiubusco ilJ not venluri' t > pjicnk toi> pcivep i laci.t. retii'i. l tLeLoIe and exclu i e ce>utroJ, end |but its nttert-r'."
J. the Dcke of AlaponLaiinijfaiifd toonjily with these 'J. 'ihit C iiigre.-s bas ij-> J>OXIT iwlor tl.< Corati"lutioa for \vLicu tLey nre :tl'me rt->-[M'ij.iVf.Novr .
Le- has Lis full t-Lire nnel LI- thus
wliom tlie' Trilnnf
by g.i'Ia.try men
'onditxin*, the grartL.id IxTeimc loiil. to iut ifi.rottiili f r \ the dnn-ii-tie nslitu'tioHof let tf-c'C doefriii'-s JK> nr.ivereally rneer t >exir.'i ap
Ihe < Aiartfjrth.r rhargt-d tLe Juiy that the the fi<-\< r.il htitc.snti
io HACKLEV: \Iolalioti of j pa la\\ and t'ue (" !P aa-l proper jnt hitn''guJJe:
lands bDeatre forWt-xl to the Kin;:. nJf.ur not prcl.i'jiUtl liy the (' it-titrti n; Lint Brigadier Geaend Pierce." (Jen. Pillow in'Lis ti'ketf ( p'c. in ono wti >a e-f tLe evtu-.itry. aid quicthjf tLe iint *- ( n pri- within pome Inlrty cf tl>e entire Xorthera
The Gmrt furlLf-r chirred th .'nry that t'ieaintilnent thai nil ciTortB tf ab-jlitioi.it.'j or <>thcrs made to i iiilyie ,tiin. Lr nLiv.-L tLtre Las be-e-n to> nine-h e-ause 111 ,
till in tiiat Mate, I ut in'I.eiaTi
rejy-rt says Brigadier (feneral 1'ii-u-e. a- vor in r wing of tlic Whiir parly. So,
( >nrcto jot-rfrre with queftions < f la tlie-otLrr. wrhaveatteir.jitetlti> elo. WearebounJ.i .
of this fnnt by the King and Cartes was n jrood ) eror \ i
S bt.iti'5 as aVl.. pje.tc xvl Ktiiil! run
annulment in Spain, rnd that the pant v.ouM not I" take i'iclj/ ii1 tt"jrt it rJatiuti Ihrrcto, i-rc '%aItn'atcd ] 1 Lough f-till fcuiP.-riiig fpjin Lis i.ij-.ry of llw pre-et-di:1! : s v .H:Ju et.uM !.< r e t\vo ii tl.o wtiolc |i t go furtLer, and frnrkly dollar.* t tlic c pe-titioners which rcprc?ent them as att-fiefl

]iave hern rc igni7/-d by tSpcniih tril>uimli< ; Hiid, !'}' to loa'J to llic i-i<>t alinni'ig nn-l elan er"-< lcn e>n ehitv raid in foniinandi TJ.ee :-M.cn.liykiw\.iLut! aiiy HitWf Mr.Pjcr--J-'irty. tli.it > lnir .1* -.Ja-.ery Lail c T.tinue iu Virginia sind ;Slave Lnw, r.nd comaiits them to it* ouJutenaocc naraodi5etl -

i e trcsty no Rrtr.tu were good ai'a'nil the United cm qutncr ;ui-l that all fu-h < IT.t< liavc ni invitii- e f Li* Brigade eluring Ac. Ge-n. V M i'jland, it.in vJn for them t> expe-et itaLoi.ionL. ooJ
i tLcilay, "withsny. !.e Invcioir.iitaiiU' sj -tt mn"i ri\r'-y will be simjily a llf, Linru'cg no cae"
litates > io far would lizc been Lie teo'lency to tlimiil h the liajipin 8 cf the juvm'oand re"; tlmt we' sre f>rli'M i to U-gMiterpin tlJ sulic -
cxc as tLey
pt bo gixMcgsin 1 he Divini 1 AVLi t n U< e-nt..tive in C.nrc?*, iuWiioiKTir -
Jii coii.inniiuiT eai.ivt f-.rcpo !L>; ojij.rtu :T. rj'iiof pre> thus tincouniry will place it* own estimate any
the opnn
t Spain. cuLn 'T ttal Iity anO jx.nnaii'>nfyfif the Ln- ami tlitrtf'uattr.K ] uil 'r e-xl-'ti-icj eireupHtanecsLy ol.li tlon* liardU -
t rv.urd -
i and imt to l coiiuteuane'id fiicud| nity ]>resciiteil to a-.kio\\le Ljo liis i.biiti! iis un-1 4r Lrawlitig. iiftri-T t- tic! (* tltiitlon iUelf Re Intion the WLi force
Upon sll tLese poinlf, the G>urt directed the Jury >n, oujrhl e by juiy exjirets 'tnllnt I/tleii"tiev. He cntirei! C n ri"bl.. .-J. > ; tLatC"i.grc seaj>- Slavery f> s may tLrocgathiIr
tc find a general verdict for defendant. of our p/.liucal iri-titutioiH." '' Lis admiration of -prillaut lx.>ariiis f Maor tl. l-I n. t ulioli-sli slavery in tlie I>I-triet, n ni.i t tl.e wi I.rs Convention.
; :r.a-rr. The Court declined decide the 7.'>j>/roTJut ibo f ri- 'ing prop ipition rovers rn-\\' '| of tIuu.l.tLiLit.itwitLout a rnLnaebof publirjl
to of[ Ge-n. Pillow Bri idi.-r
upon lucstion (J'Tierals .SJiL-Li*. CacnvI.-id.! rand lelStnt s Semte. IliN p ftinn I.e AoJrnfarily r< For the present, vrc turn "-CoTinion Senserandi
frauds and and various either made 26 ijUu.J 'J tocnibra'o tlie vli-le subject { the fit'a! and an outragt-ous ii.fi--.cii-'ii e f private rijLts
locality, point* by Pierce, with \iLnm Lc Lad tl.e gnitiJieatle-riof i nrtl i i ISt'J. Ir. i'i Ui'U known during l>i* wle1our'f : l all like La7e ties'
e n- Ctr.cr' htTi wlto to n
bucvrry itiliu in (J< n resc; nn counsel both sides the thepoints
on during argument &* l.utli in the llua (> nu-1 th > St-iuite. .1i tiir1 1
decided were conclusive of the ei e. o ,;jii autl Liiiiif iiuu, :ui The Jury, accetfdinffly, returned a le-rdlet for defendant ,w ill ubiile by and lullivre to tlie f-uUiful taeeu- conflict,'' Je'; f-tiluti 'ml rijlu* <-f Uie Suites. Af'erwanN. wli< ?i V Micon Juur.tat it- Itlftfjef, Vta i | filly committed to tie Corr.procyM, by words snd

; and the plaintitTs vxcepted t/> the charge ofhe lion of the acts kno\u n* the con'pr >n.i>c mrnsuu-h j On tLe see-ti nal ej'i 6ti Mr. Wfolburv v." tpj> ii tewl t-> the SupremerHD !i, ( luiil- tbeaetion of tlio elemoe-ratie C inventi- on the J tleed a* tLc best of candiiaes!| ,' over to t r
settled by ll. Court carrying up the raw, by Writ of Dror, r.bivc PU'jiici--. He, in e-oumm with Buehanin i Mr. Pior--'i w n aia soli'-it l to l>e fie Snitor from Mlonril qVsti >n wlili eatLitctiou. lli t 'CfcrowW fr & -
o the Supreme Court of the United"Stales.. fiom j--nice, or lalx r included ; which acCbe- great paper goo.1 Wbi? brother of theAugusta' <
Li- Slat.ni.il Gov. St ckton.l l la-.i tni.tit
j iujj d5gnut an express provi.iin of tlI Cas<, JIarey, ]).:(kurMj'i, nnd n Ln-.t cf others, LiisIjlept liLl lie tl.V.iiu-J it, preferring r pri\.i tinnp e hV.|Tin'->":r of the Vtli lust. *i3 tin'?, VH> administers comfort to them after tlus wferI

SATXXT or SLR Jous I'BA>KLI.A letter writer tt I constitution, cannot with liJelity tbeietobe repealed Li? garnu-nt* inippotte-d f.in tie f.-ul eonta- ; We j.re r J ieeil that tLc Convention e-nclrrsed tLe
lie rt'in.tit.e J ut li'.rue uiitil tl>e act w c* 'I fr r..ii.iry 1 I I Iotv7i vat tolin
p "Gen. Sec tt i regarded a
Hong cou-fides in the of Sir John Frank e-r sa changed as to d-s or impair its eCi everywhere
Kocg <
safety j troy
"inoernti aicy. I gi'Hi e>f free .il f-mnti'-i'-m ; nad with tLem Le L-.s Li- tLc t tn atIJiti. ii.il r* .ji.n nt f>r the Mi i'in wtr.IWiKj ;>rv'fr.i-c measuri'i'LIs is ui lin. The Mlowiujj is an extract from a letter dated 1J Jit talced, Tliat the D< <:party will rc 5-'t all roiil-c Lui out the bLiek. suul u r
I Wed to instil into a wjmi, !. cti 1 K>Iit:< .il f.-ion 1 "f JrPolk. / j UJH-II aii ry elouJs of
March 8: attempts at renewing, in Congrf "r out of it, tlie tl'c Xi-rtLern mind a elue ese: e.f p'rMiiu [ li Free hosl frietuU he is believed,toc
igiLation jxi'Jtleal e-'iitr-t; soon to e >le! <'t over tLe Let
lie receive.! fioti> him the ititmfnt of Hrijriili.r e-our.try.
*> -
There have been Irere m less than thirty seven on the slavery qure1i n, under wliatever tbaj eor regard Lr tLc ri ilsrf the Southeni K'-tKne-f tLei npj tin* Nation.il XVLLr C-'iivt-ution d > likewise, 1 ntn>l of the *povemcient.
GeiKniI, aii'l imiueeliaUly ninre-iie"! to tL.vat <-fwar. an eledti. 1*
rvhalcrs from the Arctic fceas. It may intere-st you colDr the attemptmay be mad<%" Union, and not without hue-cow. T. Franklin Piree>, (). liia J.un-Ii from VeraCiiiZ to Pueb'n, lif- na nun wife, aounJ ami relichle. or tie! whirl winli >f t! bu'ioa of the spoiK ifLe should be
to know that almost all believe tLat Sir Ji linFraak'Jn I not, tuerefeTe, snrpri-ing that h<* has w>* oe f
is safe they, and that be has tLo >ice ThcRc rcsolutiiuis comprehrud the wlwle qnestionof more than to any e>lLf r nir.n. is tJiconnlry tii! < dav 1 wa c>iiii-t.uitly U vt by {;acril.it ri.'l ll.pul..r f.vatencnt tnit will bo ore u-eKl iu the appr.iacLin |\ the South for without any such imfresfia* **?

barrier into inner waters, where be got will tlirough net be reaehed Skvery, an-1 cannot be improved. Tliey plac the indcbti-d feir tLee'.ef.. jit i.f ILiIeanJ ILe restoration of h \vLici! Le was eig.uje l w.i> 4 ne in wl.Hil.eroit- e-outoat. will tear tLeif luaners cvcrywLere i iiiit' i' which we Lave alluded, LJ3 total unficneife B> rt;
s-hiTt! .
in the moht exalted >tition, and leave lo the j !otlv ni'itiil th* m.j'n'la' who were strri"lv |K>>,t< (.l > Lis niiKnj
party fice the absence rfclaim
\\t uutil nmild season arrive?, whieh they say tl ent j a wrnJ fctale of public opinion iu I\t w lliiinrs-Liie e>n the" Tlie National Dennvr.it ie Convention Ln<< averted *, except jen
Xutional Unil''c. It iti tLi tl."t "
at n.-ti
will be. Most of them bave now departed. ? opposition no poPbiblc ground for objecting to our tlie nml f.irn'.ive ; was I ce if indeed they can by ar.y hoijest roan soup
I
Compromise slaelav.. In 1ue tia; Lieut. C. L UonLaiu. f our State-, Lad LiLore t-h-.t.[ Its niitionality"by rcpudial inm e.f both i>ec- ebnU,] **
riot be l wlucb marh
Frauklia will not suffer fur of f. od. reg-arde ( we
want
oljseurc incuinVient. very
give say ctraoge accounts of the Esquimaux vibratiag'from platform as or tliec things will all Le j-reeufe-d t4> tLe people of Jhi> in ar to (Jen. PiereM uo v.'a? in the thlekeet oftl.vAf tix< of the Union. It Ln plaenl it.lf. if enir teleisrtf.Lic 1 stinitinc: any claimd to such an cfiice.andflie &et/M
Tlic Cimvcntion affirmed the doetiines of the despatches arc wirieet Nutioiuil
Vir- Ijgh
the Afciatic to the American continent, and South, whe-u tLeywill Lave-the opp-irtunityf judging iijwn 1 fif i* JfHi-vn> hate trprenxtd an fiyinw /alow"j'!
back again, carrying their boats, made of skins and | piu'-i and Kentucky resolutions a* fullorrs: I for tliemaelves whether tl.e nfi-Jeue-c t'ue elernoe-ratio -r tl.Kbe ji'ineel Gen. Seott, but L.ivln'ji.ijurr irrr'Uii tLe I. r.nJ if the l it WLLj* Contention el s in t recupv to thf annez-ition cf Can*!* ore 4'' ta8nVmake
same nn nni" degenerate into miserable
Lis liorse Le a
whalebone, over the ice, and launching them when "Rnolrrl. Tlialthc Demrtcratic party will faith- by the falling of was jin-wi-ted j jfrjin gr the Southern peopV repudiate him entJrdJ
in Lim
party on tLis enubtlon i veil and faction.
reports pl.uad.Of in eifLis biilliant btittli i contemptible e-oncjatnlat SoutLern
they meet with open water. They nil'confirm thefact fully ubide by and uphold the principles bjid down pirtieijiatiir any ? j jS'.ncc and they mill not **pporl Ji'nn under any drva***?
that the whales found in the Bchring's Straitsand in the Kentucky and \ irtrinia rosolutii'tm of 1798, and tlic eu tingui>Le d nnd long trietl geutlomnn w Imse Lia retuni fiom Mexico. tSe-n. Piere-e lia> renaun1tl. men ujxm the the result> of this Ceinve-ntion, because it deiciJi ft. ntininaticn cr no ncmination for they W*

in BafiLYs Bay are the same species proving the in the ropoit f Mr. Jfndi-.n to the Virginia logitlatuio'in name is ossoeiutediith 1h.it eif Gen. Pierre, IL.nWilL'am as Itefiro, i'i private life. HeiaiM tiininer: fjvipuLir s ques-tloa'Ice-iiles tliat>etween seetiouallim and tbe Contitutlon itlea of supporting any man. who occupies ffrti.Hi

ta existence of a passage, for whale of the Arctic *]>l>o malntilned, and tLes the e-oiistitutional suprcn-aey e>f rights the law cf tL { of an instrument, in the Iianils of Se sra W
old New eeliool. "
cira lias been to the Be utli { 1 one of the main f luudutions of its wed of tLe HamjwLirc askincr notLinguid for tlie their base
they *av, never eecn > o tutinjj political I. He is read and known e/f all iivti and wLoi pre-firing pri'K-ipL1* to t-r ri's. He ha been finami / South rep >ctenJont of all earrying oat of intriguea.
22 of latitude, so they cannot Live doubled either tfjand jsrlved to carry them out in tbe-ir obuou*
augLt against Lim } ewisi-teut in Li* opimMtion to the tarif. to al*>li'tioii politieal Convoritlem-* and all e-tLer politie-al er-
the Horn \ and i
and meaning
Capes, (of Good'Hope or Cape ) the import from Cass &e.A .
Responses
nhalc under the of Lis jurtltioiw, and fi e e--soilihm in e \e-ry pliase. lie. *
is uer-cMity irjtking preeence The re-solutions of the Convention
a
known by coming to the surface to blow." correspondent' Gen. Scott and his Opinions. was a warm iiu\f/eate e>f tho annexation e f Ttxas, nu.lunder telegraphiaelcjpatch in the C iarleston pap
e.f the CLarleston Mrrcvry cays, we-re ailojiteel w itliliardly I li i.illuenee Us State t x>k an eaily and deeidej reeojjnizeiem

If the Times will furnish the names of other a diEPcnling voice and without de-bute." A Kentucky paper pubiit-bes tLe following extract stiud in fave>r of that ineasuie. In Lim, Mr. Hal>* \vLii:'* may now a uine a ec aut attitude towards ({ dated Baltimore. June 6, says: *'*'
any i
Democrats prominently ppoken of for the Presidency, of a Idler from tlt-n. Scott, wlikh tiianv of the Southern lia alway* found a ktruitg and unyuLliiu; opponeuLj the Nafiop.ilLi.j Con e'iitioiu If it gives the-iu asfiuiifl "Despatches have been received from C \ *

and who are likely t/obtaio the nomination, we will Letter from W. E. King.Tlie whig presses are jwnuljiig before their remlfrs nscviJtuccof j and tLou L f r a time tLe latter, by a coniitum, t.-cnr- platform and a sound ertndldate, it will ewnmoii ton Butler,Buchanan,and other candidates,tppwwof

guarantee that they will give equally plnuip and positive following is the re-ply of tlic Hon. W. K. King the Oencials xiillingness to unloee his enl a i-eat in tlie Senate eif tlie United States yet tLc J their unanimous ami conlial support. If it does Gen. Pierco's nomination for tho jPresidenejr **

answers to the eean-Ling enquiries of Mr. R. O. Scott'sletter. of Alabama to the letter of R. G. Scott, Ee|, on the tongue, Scward to tho frie'nds of the Constitution in JTew Hamjr-hiie steiod |1 1 not Convention, they will remember de ft-at it this* camHJate. Let the Whig pledging him their support."
We bad really thought tliat fifteen names exbaukted contrary finn, anJ luting now re-gnineJ tlie power eit'tl e Stale. plain warning.
of the
the ptnoel of Presidential candidates and subject Compromise and the Fugitive Slave I liave no public opiuions io c raceal; I luive tlier are resolved to moke Mr. Hale uud liis fre-c-noilers |
but cue f e t of opinions e u tlune for the walk [ Hatural Enough. IMPORTANT RCMEDT FOR HoB3EWe<
vr cannot think of more. Now, we do not ask the biibjpet*, peopic tLe plonk, j
Times to extend its reccarchcs no fur. Let it addresua SENATE CIIAMOEO, Jlay 20, 1852. of thcNoitli, Soutli, liji t mill West ; and these No woniler, then. lL.it Mr. Picreo was nominated i ifortlic | The Republic of yesterday, says the Washington Union in the streets of our village a few days ago a

copy of Mr. Scott's queries to one candidate, Oen.Beott Sir: I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt opiniims lam prrparrdio tiibmtt to gentral consideration Presiie-ney by the united vote of the South. of the 3d inst, aSeets to see evidence of a trick they of mention. A man arrived whose. tortore*j*
tu toon its a miitallt rntt it-. With Mr. of Xlabama his ticket he will sick, and appeared to 1 in the exrreroest
and that to opportunity jire King, on ,
we defy paper produce anything of your letter, and hasten to reply. I have little or cheat in the letters recently written by leading < fTizena
like Mr. White oi driven elf, either by the action of a btate or National Con the Southern States against all opposition. pain, with either the bots or colic. Several
an explicit answer. Kentucky, tliat will sweep
expectation my name aa you suppose, be vention. If the Whig National Convention call for notice ofMr. members of the democrat ie party who have been turned to and assited the man to L
to the wall by Col Polk, had to escape bv the presented to the Baltimore Convention for the high my Oar neighbor, the Courier, after a Jumebome prominently *"
dodgr. that it was not a Whig principle to give Prcmldential office to which refer. But as I have no wish to views on the leading questions of tho elay, they will Pierce, seems to be doubtful wLether South Carolina nameel ia connexion with the presidency. It is horse, and several remedies were administerci

veto-pledges in advance t The people will BC< withhold my opinions you upon any question of a public promptly and mint explicitly If given in writing.* will cast her vote for him. It tikes no prophet plain that the RrpMc ia thinking of the predicament out anr beneficial eflect, the bone afl the trlifltiw**

what party u guilty of Juanbvff." Richmond Enowrer. diameter, I comply, w ilLout hesitation, with your request The Petersburg (Vn.) TnicUigfncrr (whig) notices to foretell thw. If the Courier wfll promL o faithfully in which a whig candidate"would stand who should and tumbling that terribly.ehlorofcrm Finally,wtmM totcever.relww VJVgested
will tell it before perhaps
never to divulge it to ouc, we j
any '
lhis offer of the General's and remark* thus : liaud-ttlmttliis State wiU da Youprornwet WelL venture to take the same ground ; and it is not iai- Not being able to procure-any immediately.ri .

Drcixxsiojc or T. A. R. N KtHos. The KnoxrilU As respects the series of measure* of the but Congres Call for hi opinions When? Before or after just lean o-\er here, and well whisperlt in your ear j I probable that the fancy cf the "Bpecial organ" was le of ether was applied, which wHewd hUn *"rminutes.
known the
tl Whig, of the 15th, contains a letter from CoL T. A. UKelson Uiem* commonly are beyond Uie reach as of legislation Compromise and,although most olie his nomination I Our own mind may not be delicate South Carolina mil go for fierce and King, ten toone. filled at the rnomeut wilL the "expected letter" ofGen. Piekent R>publican.*.
declining the position assigned him by th ; ly constituted but consider tliat Gen.
I ceineidercef we Scott has The above U well vorth k<;epii>g"in;
of them
some as most to the Scott.
Whig State Copvention as State Elector. The eondi unjust strained the point of dclicnov if such a consideration Now miuJ you're not to tell body that we
South any
lion vi Col V private affitirs is the ostensible reasorfor I was probably tho first individual in the has induced Lim to remain silent thus Ion?. So far said sex But if in the case of the leading domocraU in question We bare read two or three noti a
shivc-holdin v
Ibis step, but we apprehend causes of a diCereoltharacter States, woo publicly took ground in favor from regarding a full cxpUcit aud public declaration ,, there has been any such trickery aa the Republic attending the use of hlorafonn io .
aud
bare bad an influence in producing it It such ofaoquiosenee.is now the determination I am gratified of all the to find Southern that of bis principles by Ue-a Scott as obtrusive; thetcople Showing the Cloven* Foot speaks of, that journal should remember that almost appears to act on todEervooa jstem and
the prevent acpeet of things in the-Wing camp, *erjIfopd are ardeutly anxious ta see him come out with sacS off
of the Southern the to
States. The Many whig journal* are begtnnitig'toexhibit sinews allowing gu paea
Fugttira Slave Law ,
Sovthern Whig may well doubt lis ability UlOotnaeh was ejected to carry a declaration.I" .ill the democratic State conventions of the North, almost
out an express provision of tlic Constitution, 'and, their true regard for the compromise. Those
the nominees of the Katiooal Ooovcation. of the
Whig three-quarters northern in
The representative
New York J/Trrw ardent ,
advocate of Mr.
therefore deles (an
not stand'on tbe footing of that made loud professions of love fur it tho
cnleM, the chuaic language of Mr. Keibcrland, once are and above all tbe
lie has U ,"stomach of a dog, or the digcsUooof as legislation : and. should it so happen, tliat I fibould Ixpbeedtaue FUlmore, and a raey sheet witLai,) remarking on the first to fall off Read what the Louisville Journal Congress,who, masses of the democratii of the Loineville tmantr tbal Oeorga Wof
-T presidential office, I sboold fcelroysellbound same subject, voters havo'earried almost all the northern elections
says tha laU aboli oo
of
,, by every obligation of duty, to negative acj Gta Scott*lia never as yet -wrote letter says of those friends of the adjustment who were compelled during the last year, have been equally the victims the Vioe-JTeaidento
a on apolitical
oneX Ibemost influen act, for its repeal or so to modify or change k at to secede from the whig caucus or else renounce of what the
did
that not Republic affects
question essentially weaken his u to regard
aa an aelmit _
active of (be democrata who participated jtIbe would destroy* its efficiency., position. H and his advisers ahem wise wigaritr b their principle*. There is a cool malignity about the piece of trickery..Because never- ra adetaocrat. LJnlian >

t b moremwit b JCsiWppI, announces, in rplr "n With highest rwpect, keeping silent But is Dot this silence constrained t paragraph -which is worthy of being noted: the vhig party (B hopelessly abolitlonijed, hii life, until 1848.whe "

to a letter addrvMed to him, Quit wn7war" l'9t* rTnToK. Was General Seott evcr'lowwn of Limself to decline The oecder* from the whig eaoeuahave met with the Republic can see notnipg but cheating in a demotratie a vaftu>MMsusMi> aad voted vHe

qoestioDsettled, and 'that, Uttmj '-byventk / an epistolary tilt in .polities I In fact, does not bisitdrinar far |CM sympathy than they expected Their eon- pledge of fidelity-to tbe TJoioa ana the'eaeatitutional wa elected to Oovfrtv *
0. SCOTT. .
Esq.jy Be epcdalbthatwar! The General b ready duet, though not severely condemned, w thoroughly right* of all sections of the oooatry.Tbe p Tartar. Attbelat**lteri -

Jiariaaal C rr tian, snd thsbe knows rfc.Ixusiisl New Jersey and Maine have both appoiotetSwtt to'irrite, but .Seirard, Greeley, Mangum, Ae, know disapproved of by a large majority of the whig papers. cial organ's' manifest chajria at tba bold aod manly fcrParte e aococo* 'u-

Thn Til flir'Tttrtrrf-i Mr.J.hMJwtbeae better tlian to pot danperona weappw into the old Their acU are regarded as.Tery. strange, and in staad taken by the writera of the letter* remind* CMof
Central Democratic -Committee ..01ax Delegates to tho WhV ppoTwboo. SxSeoator yeterari's band*. They liavc bound and longuej-tied some quarters suspicions are expressed a* to their fiejclity tbe mntflated fox. who thought the creeping brusicc sad among

one of the State Elector*.- Dayton U o eof (lie Delegntes front Ncw'Jency. bjm." ', to the whig patty." arotrad him a'great tore and blunder. date f.1 tieawrer of Stat*.



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portion rekting to ttui lT< j1ftilka i TnuuGeorgiawas k .that :
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*;! ; titire adopted liy a Tote.fSl to.6, ,60, 'fcoah of the O7I3CSftj4; that the Jormer7T Jf0Te4.r 4 Sctr.*WBL< <etto\* r'i51k1cIearnanibLedsiIIl. New rnm Th .

band lulJrom f neb the otldsoou fu114 ie atti enaiieixi the ,
cone jo drlrgttio&a l&xnn Georgia, wotftdjnitted.aad an. and psent .*, *'

) ; .t-lmtrIizthe Uroritcd to tact the vote of ft' fit tileo nistij.' temper doutjiei. ith :cbrIte.ds!;' znoI be 6. Shoulders,, 1mrwbo *ptreiuritremadetLa1 -
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; The Convention then proceeded to.rote en so noch frfgoins Tinrt- I-hare lor Mm the- Ul.it 5 Balk Pork. #bS&iSW incIn&itwito dfc.fumwJiod %. _i5, ? i 741 $ .

ZL1 t crder r.Hallcttimd (>rtlte Committee'! report .related to Mr Ractoul cfMasaachuxetta. of expressing ID cooTemtioa J give iLwa to voo fur 25* barrel< Plain Mew Ham*. Th.'tabeiflb ha5ryvcoTrV..' with Fiehl. aJhu1 .- 1
-what be Pork
>e npM\call of the Tbe reoommendatione the Committee they may irorth.Faithfallr \ 1 LerfUrd, things es gratify tlw appHite that the market alT.T d% .

Con. R.M.S ncentiN6rih; Carolina, were conmrred in by arote f 1M to 8S, and Mr.Rantonl %%yoon.DFWLD scorrr.GloricM 20kcg ?'* H '. nnd Arc ttRvfaare to b nlth. Tu r u al>* 'tli luxtriont t

temporarily; called to the Chalr.' rW the was handed out of the Convention and told to 130 barrels Family arid Superfine Flour, pleAS'irc <;f time Miner*! Spmjs: and ft carriage Honk u X4't4.
SO R4tirksd fornMwd U to ladies who ww6 to tSwplenmre .,
WbMwjry; prat may enjcjr
WThite, of Baliomore, offered top the go about his bownet Hanacny. Flank1 itond aE of phew
Caaipbcll
3 hbd : ride the
j The & choice Brown Sugar., of morning or evening en
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;ic.01jngmtt ferrld Jm J alressvcVjj pycr:, A resolution to go into the nomination far President New York Conritr & Enquirer says that the 1 la While clarified do. for Preserving, Bond to th* Spring";" Tctk, Th1i5SW. 4rt3r 5-

and Eternal Jehorah,the faiher of light and was then adopted and proceeded with a* follows : nomination of Mr. Fillmore for the Presidency by the li ke $ Goshcn'Buttcr. There is fin wnellent! Stable attached to the hotel. Breekenbsaib.1 E1lA.)iociv.. Lecy5I3.cmas'w. x

maiarf at wisiuu, from wLm nil gifts de- First 1kb'.. whig party wonld be a a tn precursor of Jtftai.- The above, with invoice per schooner Venice from &nd a bli2ent Ostler in attendance and Mr itbt '
New Orleans, and assortment of fine N. B. inndenite.
The a good Family Chnrjes
v, uit v'iii wu<;iu irr *"HrSSezn Washington JitpvbUe that the nomination of
9 uJ> Kv"'u
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S..11ytt weeeed. (1" Case,. .. lie Buchanan,. .. 93 says liroceries; Trill be nM low for Caih. EZEKIEL MADDEN, Proprietor. in moth. et a4 Dirfdan.y1zgEMMort3iaL'Myer*$- :
UU'J "*env Mr. .
pr:*P61"or Pre JIaicy . 27King. Webster would involrf tle party i* irretrirvabUruin. l od lii. b.i ryr
Douglass 22 tf
and aud put iuto the .20 j BERRY t:1 Y7cuntejtDee ofthi3peTlc'i: a f.zvnt support
*?L-L. true liberty of tliis our common country. The vote by States was M fullowe ca the first ballot nomination of Gen. Scott would Le the death Lntll t-f Groceries, &c. *** known us OMMI v- C> <4t3ie' Lot 8,15* props' 2 .
tie Gl ;
wi-tiag cf Lots 5,16, v
right juljtnent IT all their neti >ns- ciire t' a Lou 1. W, H 2 ; Lot 1. *. Block 20; lotali. ,
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.x th 1t e1C'4i t)1titIlflUd sectioual pi rj-- For Cast-Maine 6 ; New Hampshire 4 ; Vermont Again-Tlie Courier & Laqv'.rtr, speakiug of the J1ERIWETHER COUNTY; OEOIO1A.I w leans, Block 3T:; port f, WtarfioU 27, IS, U, and a'x
away frin them aH things tJiat may preModl'ui 5: 3lnsaathnsette ; Biiode Isbnd 3 ; 1nnectieut 2 ; probable nomination of the democratic candidate 600 fret alare tie level oftltt Sta. 1 i hhdi SiJe, Shoulder and Ilains, and a qa xrter acres cf land near th*'
tiicir JKI fi-ct uni'm-remove from them j jJ1) New York I 1 Xew Jc'rsv ; Delaware Z ; MarInd that he is"Destined save "HE undersigned bets leave to inform liis friend : superior Brown Sugar, IQ the olinty of. FranlBni And Vb fe wTbooua !

)*'*,''Ujp5j grrifos! auJ couteaticns! tud unite them in < 8: LouiEizna 6 ; OLlo I 6 : Itentuekv I ; fenn C; T that lie has made extensive improvement* at the .*> barrels Mohxsae, Thomas w: Arthur S.rCrkanXO.

''"1 uiwavering) purpose cf tcela-ig only tot Misuri 9; richigan 0 ; lowzi ; SVbeonin 2-1 1 6. 1 to win n most enviable distinction above celebrated Watering place,and that he will b, r.5: Superfine Flour, V. und Mary isbMhBrXkPtbO1b. in g
e tltarof libertyith glori. ua Uossome of1ig.t For Bvchnnat,. Maine Coijieeticut in l being at lenst nominally a competitor of iKniel'I! In 2> Extra do. ofTir1nia LneyLIs.well. I
3 ; 2 ; Pean vlTatiin27 prepared to nccornmo and pvr. AtLat ; Yinprna 15; North Carolina 111; Georgia \1'ster for the Presidential chair. The nomLiee, nii ,v come after the 1st Jrme. !'> Na 1 Mew Pork, Kl ab. th V. Maxwt.W and. $imxisxwell.
in) util' !""" disecrd rsay harbored 10 Ahibama ; whoever he i is, wln is not BilisnVd with such a I' Clml! vlicntp ** 2 Na 1 Mackerel Flonda and Lien A.
GriIzt ; 9; Mississippi 7 ; TerjnesseeG; Arkansas men- 3Ti3 well earned reputati of tie ana irifaut reside :V Ion Cour,tT, ;
ncieiuoly patiiei ed from the remoLeie sure of fame, must be am-in of I 4 4' and 10 kegs Leaf LariL '
.bct that 1 f 493.Fur very sublime ambition if-ort for health and pleasure during the summer Brockeubrougtzd01V of ffliam H.BrodcenUongh,
tt$p3utt ( f fJc4)ut 1'LLuJ. may convene ae J/irry-Massaf-husetts 2 ; Bbodo IiTaadXcw 1 ; -an ambition BO sublime, in fet, as to pjies idieer bt-> mont).*, muljr it utinpowsary for the proprietor toj I "' Cider Yinecar, dceeJ wibi, residea ia TtU1ha4c"! ; Wfda ;:

Of brotlicrs repltte viti %VeJn-utnUe] e- York 24-27. the ridiculous. However, we Like very little rkrsou- j co rn> rc tlinn refer to the numerous visitor* WhO (a- 2 Dried Apples, ,zg is Tit the said per1 a

the sammit of our National prosperity-dead Ftr flwytat-Xcw Hampshire 1 ; MatsadmseM 1 ; al eonoern iu the result of the Baltimore doing. for it I voro'l him with their company during the pat um 4 tierce" Rice foretIi CmMi in AjIaChjColi, and 'a sitt.stud

*** Toic but tltat lot this has For sadci) low for cah. and tlie "h rilv.BklKUY oa or
re4I ,K oolv to t-hapc the cf bright uidKcpiilic _20.f'vr. democracy ceased to be formidable. Bv loilg corruptions of the medicinal properties of Uir Chalylx-ato ca < iIdJ b.JMfluS30d' .

.4' itTJs i" fcccordauce with thy hv>lyI Line-Indiana: 1?-13. its rtreugth" has turned into weakness, 4nd iU and Sulphur waters upon tae promises Uu salubrity JnrtI'S. A HOWLES 22 Auctioneer tf Ac. neoaor,them.that th W'1against -M"7 -,-. i

fur Jlouttan-Massachusetts 1 ; Cunnccticut 1 ; craftmthf)11y. rf the climate, and tinuinpocuum of the Proprietor 4Ii il iifurtlier (,VirnC Thai thfi'oGee J| $ PP.Vwled .?- ,

4ie; rn I bless li'is GvjncIL for the Ki bit cct, control of nnd IO1ii2 *, 'fexes4-8. On the other hand, the Trilvnf u opposed to meeting t i concult the comfort, ouncnience aid tasiis of hwgue. ri UB Su! 4'nlx'r will keep tlunng UKwa oiva one* a week for h nwntlw, la tbolk'on aa ti
deliberations
lcir) goud our For 1'dler--Ciifortfi. 4-1.Ft b whig C.nveat.iou and lv .=t JL of the articles which Southern *
*-inj: > going tlin uL'h the fill urtuunl following Journal of Tallahassee. Pr*.? .4fl
w2rL ler.se but thee tuidl
l t1P divert reek them to j from> tlnir inue urn.kKP r BwlcrObit2.JiodrjtAVisiousin 5 3. motions,"as would be the case if \Wo ter or Ffihlorc isnouiinated. A FINE BAND OF 3IUSIC and "a variety o( he inviti' p York EeraV1 ft to

,Y n? rover For. an'Jllcment wf'trc tUin this! truth that an Solomon wrc-1 e Foi Dickinson Florida It eays-- ? will l he moderate.C.5 p I
1 1.OLiu Cer His
she did not bears motlitr'skdooto Amy term- Bacon Side*, l3i Honnuony, April 17, 1852. GEOBXrC S. HAVKHf ,- '
tutacviJcntpioff tliat cast one blank! yjte. Whuic numbcrf votes We HC no reason f>r nominating a whig candidate ?" Passengers 0:1: the route from Macon folk Pork, Navy Beans. Judge of the.\V Htens Circuit of Florida. :

her chill which vor1d yielded ht to have it cut the iu 23i ; necessary t>) a clriiee 1 07. fjr Pr ident, unless for the purpose of elect ing1,him : i.rii2\iile to Columbus will find gwi Hack* at i Shoulder0.Plun iirath Carolina lhiu'e, I certify that the obore is a cortect topy.f the order 4

feD tru. cj d the the large question On tlie FU-x-cedinjj Killot, the States continued to conaequflntly we support Gen. Scott. We arc ia tir I Plrtawint: Hill and IMviif ti> convey tlijn to the Suirar-Citreil I Ham?, Fresh Ct>m Meal t made in this cae.. -
itsm 'f bUU 'VJO u1trs ttc'rrn f tt'oyu o1 in much the order. of n.iiiiiing that eandidate \\ horn everv earnest Iy>- Sp.'i"; >;js. Conveyance may al- > I be had from W'1** e
the jn1ertt t.nd the auii'iu fvur iuveti counrJi1t pretty same: eo Foeo i-i! AmeriA tremulyu>.|y f.-ars we will; SHU! PiiiuL At the Sprint; ample accommodation,* for NI 0. lrr'wn Sugar, bv the saife :B. vr. joffifsoN.. D. a ,1R.

.rcona jjiiio.. ftp4.se Wi1! present. Hut if our Com>nti.'nsioulil'be | i-nveyaace to any point Hill be f.'wm.J.JMLS Porto fico! do. i! Rio J. MOSES, Solicitor. 4.'

Tu11ertiat| the plenteous this convc-Ltiou f treanis ofnen ,raQ .. . . . .'1 1 8 Buchanan. . . .r. iimuc enough to nominate either of hU rivak we 't WOOTTEN..TtJ3" OJ..rific'l; ,1!,>. White Whine nnd Cider Mar 22. 1852. 20 30Z
and oflove, iny dfc'efli upon ; trust it will, at all events, not conc the weaker 12. lg2.; 2=J a Clari5ed Surnr Vinegar, iPrew Wa
with which it is tc.ri'y.7! Inug1ns... . . SteWart'a' ;T Sou them nington.- and Herald.
.exitbat ne, crrnnJ l nith cliargcd, lher may Lane. ... . .. 13 IT'i'itrn.. . . 7 Many persons would excuse errors whu-h thv could iiaf tb. Cooking Wine, Sew York will crpy for two flU'DtMd forward
t'e 1Ufi1iC& ani rnwnca And tucccss lyond eouuti 'sJw 1)'iJe. . . . 4 DiekiiiMin, ... . IThird tf..rget, in view of the mighty Intcll-cl and '1..flvt.4iievenent Glass, Oils, White Lead, &c. U (' -.led do Lamp Oil, their biU >.with a paper containmg- adrertj wnt. '

'- xpc'tth'Jflc. c'-lumn so may in Ihc our *v ] Iilaz1k. ... . .. 1 Butler.. ... . ... 1 of W l Mer.ihoo .iild ptwive no mriJJel -' "I kffTj BOXES Window Glfln, cssorted rite. ,' GramttLie4 do. Lard to the Solicitor, at Columbus, Cs. i iThcaaas <
ntile\ery temp1e4.ffrt3'ut lessons for overlooking the niistak5 anJ pluitlcoinings I Jt. vr H-/ 1 OO ke -s *,\ hire Iia'.I, pure, extra tt No. 1, U Pur'1et'4 do. Sweet '
! ) tIiU wrefctln'd) with Amaranthine Sowers, liallof.B'ichanan. ) of Mllmorc. Tlje rk feat we shmild
rad crery e rntr >f our Ijn1 1, become aa idtar to thy CIs5.. .. .. .. 9 ,. .. . .'. with Webster vouldbc innziiiiiceiit : that toHllrnnr -Iiv'li 5 Lard Oil, .' .' i; tim:, barrel, ; others. ', I 4

; tuiign1. Douglass,.. . . 1liucy, . . ... . ) <> would sulijc/'t us Mould: be alike i.i ,) 2', packages Firt--pn Paint (obis! arid J bbl-u) b'tO 'h'. Durham Mustard.' Attorney cud Counsellor at ISTT', ,.

&u of xiW b la Oo uame of cur L1etd Relorrported 1.ne., . . . 11tmi'l3... ... . .. Iw1e cii'i o erv 1 elnjin"" hkITes Je'tjii..1 Wlich' OiL Syrup bv the half ; Cayenne Pepper, dc. TROCPYILLE. OEO, .

Am' ) . . . Bjtler.. .. ... . 1 j The z.rne pxr cr>ntinwFyVohaono 2 Train Oil. 1 1,11 tVpal YarriJi.Ppirits Bn"r Soup. ioall box* Salad Ire.rm TILLprscticin tlie.Carccit. Conrt* of TbnKn>,

A Coanuttec of CT* fwra( each JJtsf" wns nppointnt Ikkiairn.. ... .. Bliiuk. . . . l ] f. V Lownde, Clinch. IVare. Applingt sad Inrm -

elt .t3 f the LEWIS &: / MES.Jmic Sta cj. in 1 lb cer", Water and Columbia Counties ia Floxida.Mfi52. .
Paed t, txrenty-niue Vice Presicnw .lots weie without matciul tliange.Elgli'h beg :r otts cr to fear the ucvict i 3,1S52. 22 tf the W. (Butter .
.
I: whom the stains (.f pact treason to their party ani tti'l by April 1* I
<] nn3 :!Urteen Secretaries to the Convention Ballot. ; fresh and ghuing. lie will be b >iue into the'i'iexj J.i-' Cmnc.1afe.; C"rii Starcli, Pilot nnd Navy Bread. t

The rieiM'J.i! tra* Ex SJM jJcer Jon W. Onnr, cf Innj Cast,. .. . ..118 Buchanan. . . R lit'l chair: on Uie resist!**s wavts t.f a p.pular mihsoi- Wines, Syrups, &c. lriic! CLitm.ptine, Porter and Alp by the Jz. Hats of Spring -Style.FA :

srnmilie Vice FicHJ-; i we notice tltLeH'tt Douglars! ,. . .. fri !Marry,. ... .. ..2? asm. \itliout a parallel iu recent clccU'.us. Aii-l! fthoselionest 1',I.I1 P. !f, } Clan-t, S.iulHine CiJrr by the doz., inONABl Moteskin flatam,lde1 .Lb+ *i

Jia Lime,. . ... . 1 5 Houston.. .. . yDorice r.nJ .ic< re \i.ig! < who are n'rIe 1 by Madeira, ( Old Port Julre.Sl.erry Brandy f tltt gg3flP, Old bi-ki-y, all qualities of Black anJDrab, >Si* itL iTfr-. J
.J Urancl "f f Flrrida.
re ol > j . . .. 3 Butler. ... .. ... 1 cireuinstauees or ilelusite h .jK-s to rpjve hia nooirutiors ()a1U1 Cider, Madvru AViue, dolt! Rye Also, a greet i-arietyofPnnmna, PeSalft.'Leghorn.Co
The -: .:ras rule v-ts vJi'1'c.1 1 lIy a \-of p of 73 DicUiwoiu. ... . 1 not one will attempt to re.it i lhe Roneial frdliug I.eud&n Portcr. Sivtch Ae! *mcrTy Kectifieil burg, Carcpeacby, tnd Straw,Hat*, lor men and Ixrn. j

to. : irt t..rj'buAfter the irautnctioncf After the righih bidl t the nveution adjourned to nhieli will rise overwhelming in hi* f.ivor as theu- flrn.ly Peiihe*, i--i: IvFrcL Citri Superfine: Flo-j-, Martinns and PeaihIi. together with a general atsurtment of Care stntedTfcr
vrs3 !l.isj '**rrv Svrjp.S S.rmio-. Family! a ?lll>oring Extract &. the Just coved W.T.-MITCHELL.
other babin is, Lu Coavt-utiou rJjounjcd o\erto 4 o'c\k, P IL preressea. season. r by -
rnv I* rry Lolter, For sailat IMV prices f-r ca-'u Iiolcsile au>l re 24 1imS2. 15 .
TTcdnesday xring.! Tile Tribune is 1 rue pit It hps UiC ulinot
Tiic Cor: t&'n t1ot Jff o'do'i. ArTEn.oo:; SESSION. that the stilts \\hkh Sv-rarJ ks pr >tiJor ; (:iub ;( r 41 Sjhiion.n April; 21. 1 .V2. HB H. G. FARHELL'S *

A Resolution .vul uf cr ccnpiJernUe dea ArA/ Jialloi. S"ottiiI walk hi.n into the Prc-silrntkl duir bwr Pine Aj-j-V ->j-i; : MitarJ.Fp.te -

bt: r.d ij'cJ! :ppinung ConiiinUec cf one from Cnss.. . . . Dudiatian.. . . the prostrate form < f the I4et Ftci," czrnhiJ.ie.I ( :t'Ivm Jt di.OV, Prt- .'.rved1Currant Qui-.i 1'a. lae e' Groceries, &c. (1 1-r.NcINrrahian dinary nifdicin", Ihp Liniment truth ,of is( wlichi.pbced-a most!cftiny_

6dSat priTfut ]J olnUim3 to the Con cutiou': D.nEri .. . .. :: Lr.ne. ... . . ..12JIarey u.u.-TZje Xew York Tribute i*getting doc Llou- parkiiu (; 'LtflIc, T.urutrilld4, Y itoon.rlVttc am! L. F. Ilogt-ri frcaiOr New bejond doubt bv the vast salEs cf the arlkthenany lean '
... . .. 26 !* iinIu ->,
cures being daily performed irjufvious'.y
iiainc- Y. Dmauy.JCer Rtkr.. ... . .. 1 1)i.iiisoi,... . ... JOn ly n-'ious upon the Pn'jJentia! que 1iori, aii-J ILinipMiin -r'J.ur'' i;. All crton.Ymnont Y,':i't Povileri, .
-P.ivjl: A. SIflt1ty. 7'ffltil JJ,1?';;'. its t1ITOPgi h its Wnshington eorresjx.n'jcut" a sorloj ( iri .StJib, S ilud Oil. : tien'C- Sogar-i-urcd I lams, .. of the best physicians in Ihe world., Jl i cor>-

il* whu ;tt PK*:j-unin Fl IIollotLUioJc tlii* ;a""l: Ct.'ss lost one, Juatauut one, n1gLut.I l.inn re iKxtiii5 tlie' n'jnjinatj.in of Scott, v.hile it| In- Ove'; (';is.r 7"2 bnrrc'iSupirh'ne I.iz.d Flour, [K>4td of bal- sii. extracts and gum peculiar !. .

] IsliTj 1-Pi jl.p Allon, Jr. ).. T labors Fillaioi! and Wel'cr v.illi a most cordul dilLe. -- \\.rcterP-Iirc <,'<(-.1.1. 25 Family Arabia-poHesiDg, in -a, concentrated (ozmall
; I r. a4I.'LL.. their stimulating Anodyne, penetiating, uncutou-,
( nPe'kut-v1iJTn; B. ,
Lf'T.rii5ce.Kew inKlcrcn'1) I t '- Lard
l'.t'.vthe\ following. 3 Leaf .
r l-.llon.y O. JJuriJiy. :: TWIn'. June 5,18.V2. 22 tf ant revulsive prope'tks.and llesamehjches! ,
Hie firrv fc IH> Mr. Fillm-re 1ie4 lhe "Sonj of *" with '
t. n"ln used lhe
Sew J.7--y-J.i) ipli C Cole. Cap'.. . . 101 j Buchanan. . . ST7Wy'A > pbyeil At1. : lI-rC M.'es: +, were by Desert, .
't williJravr u-i Icr :uiy (t'rt-um'-taii lie has T.ijl Garden Seeds. tui-h Diiracolous auccens, in curing the dijeastsoTlioih -
rcrs.jl w.is-A. JI. 2trier. ) : : .. . . 'J : -
I the iiiftctioii th: t 1e.ngs; !oplro, jind eztn't boar tic man and beast.
B sraro VCUaui s. O& ',ir.'_ / Ilallof.Tu'ie thought of rctirvnit lit. \Vlwtis ore, tlie ili-ea.-, T> I'TA Br.-ja; Hat Turnip, CiVa-r. I'cs. ,' r. just :; F.i' Iloirr.iony, Read thrfoltmcing remarkable run, vhlcH tlovli. :
SirjlaaJ Htrara McCullf jl. : & AM :
yli.i rec.ir'tL! LCWIS; IIS..lime 2 White Bemnis,
hit.-h ntfirs-t IIM taken irulent 0t Iheruselrrsiae
v t
a \
but : llii lallot.TMr'tcrJh tl'portIzni't1 na.
ViTift. S. F. J.rsl.e. tics a s'ight i- It riigs 111 his system Urea Jf'iliy.! Authetitic tec'Hinfc' 5. is..::. --2 tf 2 hfrj' L'-atli ilrownin 't.ar, 41. G. FARRELf/S ARABIAN LIXIMEXf

ori' 1L Xc ao. ISM. J fii.iii lhe putifiit nml.e itcertji'itLat the att.'xc'c hat-'itf- I C1nriicI Far btyiiml arty tlmilar retntSy.Ab -

pontig. This 1ji.t: rctit'4 U rm<. sith* tlcxciilh.Oa i ir..eJ ncry malignant t1p." Peas Peas Peas I-r-'l* 1s'cifi, V.1iLcs-, of iS'arar.d 4 half ago. swelling arpere3n ,.

.&iaia-i'. 1'LL1.M.:; I.; 1J.iii '. *. It is itOtt jiLunn'; tiwh; Uctt 1-e ho.- !" <> I.ewii.Ir- I5U.S11ELS J-fioe PEAS, fir .i- .L4 I Jl. Frocn.auOLi / 'trcr3 : 4 '. :iii1 $ ui,1-r i-! tithtibg Jt.1Ih(5 tLt. 30 i. S. KXKMIT. Ju-t rcc'-ircd a'iJ P r *al', brJAM1 it became a l
!.JIJI4a-FVir1(1. S1a.W. tliis )buiiH;; Ca-s gaua.3 \ tud DuehaIt2n 1.t j .rr'u'uv..I! him. until! be h'. T.tr !\ !i.thi b.ilan .Jir.2 r. : Si2. 22 tf :>5 15/AJini.K. ,.tmi cnW not Dear the least pressirerpon nitb--

>- ;t.urM ; l1e. J ru 1 fulJtii \3etin of thp .John 1'\vkr 41. Jusmn.? April 2 1. l-.r 16 ont guinj her extreme pain. I pot the advice ofur

; c.t: :. \7. Svvr.o: l'ffrrTh 1;ii.")!. \1l4.: aJu-il tli t Uie frH tj<*'.-" n rv } h lil is rn | Iu Chancery. best ooctcr*, and they differed I IT opinion abort
: arti: Y.r. rsn'n.. Spring and Summer Clothing. it "ne aid it was an Xu, Cake or ,
oIT.'n'-ii.1 VK. It i i-i d&.graciui tliat! a man vhmiii LEON (ciuccrr rorurFaKrick ; Enlargement
; :; di3C Lji' 1.. -
D leIs. Owtn. :
:i
: i 1jU,ine ami I the Coiiotituti hue j>iit at t3i In-.td T r.mil a VTT hm'I, .l.i liege.X'i" : Lz Icth flih,'. R.: Cotton. Coni}>!:;u.flr.t, Tl' he Ovaiies and others said it Tumor of the
f ffuiuiiis sl"ul.l njt'ke use of the ]p ,.\.-r hi* jx>-rJgivts'ti -> mble KllA'DY MADE CLOTTILS'C cmbrad? ; was a

vri::st.6-X.X ;B._ F"ir.Butt"us.y.Aiia ;.. . . . .?0 J lt"l.ir.n: ,, 7I I' u, izJ .ttott to foist: hiniM..f"tiui ua'4illiti<.' ; .TL'flPs J). Trn c'vhl, in l.i r*on. rij'.it. n'i-1 a* \Jir.5.! -very %trityf COATS, VESTS anti riNrLLOOS3 (Ovari-e.>ut. In and this conki critical not situation be cured except I was pe"rsuaded.1 bT cutting-it.
) .M Mawy..21 InIP1t. I ?, uhe< to the seas s-a-C. Jl >rglii- | f the c'tte'bilhmtfll Tra Jewel! iii> Stewart.FlnnU tr.itor
: '> H. G. Frrells Aiabion Liniment if ard
Lau .IS j Il'-U't-vi.11Rjtlcr I Mr. VVu tcr"s f.in 1 s rre fjitiu-rin!; rp tl.. tr li HI* ; tI3't approval in-ittrials, styles faahiuuable,workmauLI try upon ,
-J v> Coo rl <'l. 1 lc tolii!:iirn.IT ( ns it : the third application
Dlfksn't'n. . 1.'r a jrill :it th eo'nc'ti-iu J'.vt th'* vanw&t Jiiev *< strange may appear upon
,. 1 j . 1FJOUI -4 iiiiiirpa.
Tesj 1 lordi ? L til tlw C nirt. by afll.livit ni.wle in thi-
<
)a w :rn' I ajijK-nri'i; he began to ic prove, and h&s continued retting
{ ;
i nioit of tlu Ireii1' nt < ntjn ly jnts the no-otif lie I P-k'cs i.w tt 5-iit tlie time
Jars-PtifcpT. Bridt"c.i. the 17ui; to the 2'jth bnllot.tlieirfc) f.r O.IFNpra .k. oatie, that sail ileto'i.l.int.Jaine* I D.Tnitlcwell, n- letter daily, until now she is M well u ever-en-
i fretrirv on ofjubIt S< f ir ;s' e", ivbxly April 2 1. 1852. 1 J 'VT.MITCiIrLLAcclimated
r-jwuwirjinivs
CfcLf. ail- I). ILimtccnJ.tlion I Ie5t.utrc .ua'Jy fjl dl to 27! IhitlianinR ii..5i.'; to lo,;;. Jffcr s.i J.ucli r. Mr. \V4iser 1 i'i tl.ii oonVtF .- .iIc's out of the Sut of FlorMi, mumd i-i: the St.ite s'{ ovinK excellent health. : 1I -

( :o ouirel 'oy Mr riilltr, of' Ior.gi. qwig r.p to 85nd, the other* cuntnnii.* t 'r a jul.ir-lii.\lt cai .iidiit >\IK fn iji3- Live 1w.irrd S.u:1 h C.irolina : Ice. Peoria, March 5, lS-19. D. M'CONNELL. -
7. it C'rJ ml. Tlut "il.l: .Tyorse* I). Trrwlewi-'i: il.

En3, !Jr Chuj:Jock, of New Yotk, and Mr. Bright, about the &ilfl('. Fiorn tie 2Vth to the "{lit I'-alk-t, '. in tli >!nlves.to, tL iii* urteinv vote will,t."t at.'l!Ii.seared. maiia'v.v.iu'urii V1thCtI.i.1 arpwir and plead aii-wor or demur to the Isll i.E roni- -I IL'VE in tny !fcrIInii e, a mt of BOSTON ICE, fsRabcrt Hind. Polmasler, sats : ]

iiLia tata, on tea subject of the Compx>mi'.c and Fo- Cash* vIe w(tt up gradually: to ICO, uLaai.ru19, ti's every 1k.. ressPt.repi i: '. 1C 4 t') Le 81"cg ( ]PlmiXmt! nil! litreinithiu fur ncai'hs! fioin thr! > (!.1ti- 1. whet 1 uiIl liver tu f'mmrrha.4er5 from 6 to 8, A. CERESTOWT, P.*., March 2T, fS-t?.
:
uf tin tlr-t p't'-'k-ctif-'i i'f this ()rdr, I'llvrwiv s'i'I i l lliill :M.. and t') ]1r'4"m i-i the onmtry at any hour-price One woman bas sed your Liniment with gIrt* '
rcccnodfd ballot. .
githe gave Law. Th !f-e Pu x>!ut>)as wei-e Iiiu1m i2, F);kiiri.vm 1C, 3l.iry T.3. S.'tli cv 1.e1ifll tue !i'ne W :nt it i.tb
.f complaint 'will be taktu for c'ure'.ei against l>v the lyo l\\lis. or m.irrt, ? t per hiindre.! and 5 cent ucce'. She had lo>>t the nie cf I.r J.g, for three I
catvin ai, cr Jercd to be n-f areJ to the Ccnfc2ir > 131-the !J hc-t numbw ro civi-d by him at ) ill f3'ieI :il* iiirh'j'"ts tru'f.' : II.hI rLtI l.ini : per lb: in aij>tH pnrci4.! Tickets may be had at t.e! veaM, the cordii bciojC'ConlratfedMo that her leg

% on Tte'/jluticus and be j-fmted f w the ut-e ( fill I any time-others litl'c rh.iigeI. SCth; ; ballot Ca* I (111th-i.'U 5 (i2tS 14'tuk [# .73 Of m"t .verv iin.idi J'roriJfJ. That a vipv of i thiOr.lcr; V publiV'l.ne tore of Tlmuias jlatward. were bent as much :while Htandin tai is- naforal'for ,
nn'l low ': the Cireeasn ws3ic&'s o1 ; "
t ,Cofl'r43c1. 122, Duugla-s 4JI, Fierce So, uthcrs unci.-cigud. f. thhalioL ,. : ." so 1iujhc <- -wit-lc.. fr the (-IMCO of four nwiitli in MUIHncMfcfiajier PJCHAKD 1IAY WARD.IayI,1. he position r-f lhe leg while fitling.- nd heeoalSiot '
in tin* -itv of T&llahn.-uv_ 17 tf bend them in the least but br the us.of1G. "
? Hs-oluUoa of ilr. Caailotk, cf Zfcw Yolk, .afle'eI. CAJ 107, Ruclj&nan 2ft, Douglar ??, llurcji rrinied ;
When whi s talk ii thi* way nV>irl tli.'ir grrit men, At ChumU-rs, May itt. 1ST 2.J 'arrell's Arabian Liniment she is aow able to walk '*

i Pierce 2V. S'Jth) lmll' t Xo inati-iial cIirgc.- t it is U'>t nt>cM ary for, <1. mt-cratH to say mvrh.i WAYLES BAKF.R, Jue. Notice. vitli ease, and has a straight lirr.b. I,have toand it -

: Trat it ilhc duty( of the IVJensl Gover.a 1 Frr.m the 4l'ti to tlc 4Tlb:; 'lalUit, the result wa little .luflJ' 2. 22 lia 1- HAVE repep'tv- 'eivwl the f'Ilowinj article. a roost excelleet remedy tar horse fle h;-ajsn, tor '

rit si fur a* its puwcr extends, to secure to each rliMi: ;ud, but on tlie 40lli 1 allot Puree received in i Tlie last Baltimore Convention. I viil '!i wli! he ''iit at unusually low j-ric >: every timing which reqcirn an cxicrria remedy:

.rIo:) 3 of tw cinffdi-rary the uncli tarbcd PiijovroMittHi v)4-4. Tin! eurc'-cuiiig ballots, to Uie 49tli, nir.nino -, TIjc f.J! txv in is tljo n'-ulU of tb stru b dlof:'it1;* Notice. u d zn W rVeil Collar.
< com>tit>ii'niM; lights, atid that a npd m.d f.i'iliUcnforccn up I N' the first day of too next Term of tlic Cirrjit 1 iibn'iJred IIan 1 f, IVM K-r.ti.il; candidate in the National Ieniuti'at(5i
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f.ieJ material cliangc except a constantly in- r a nnl I for tin* of lw.\ the
Tit of the act j aw-d tobc-: A. D. ISAO, prc viilmg f.ir the reclamation creng vote for Pierce. ;( Ctil3 Of I R4S : lotli day of October nrxt, st Tallaha-, I, the nn- 80 pieces' asTted Laces ic. kJAMES". WAIIAIaGTONIOWAJOflC213, 1SJ9Frftnll -'

Jijitires fjom 'txr. if ?iad1wnt1y ncVfi-sry to thepruiy Tlw laKt bullet was then taken, when it wa* quite l' llrhl. nn'I'it-Ci'sl2. Thiieennn r..w.nb1n-y h, dtrignPd.i AdminUtmtnt' ff this rotate of William B. GAMBLE. e *|>ee
of the Union ; ihit r.11 attempts to 3rpnir I ( .Iho'I' 1,1>JL* ;:, Wortli 6.-Ntw York u.d Ft-riJa \WadJt-L Lately 'i! ceird, inte-itl to make appl'Ca- April 2J.18.j2, If.Shirts man and beast, which your Arabian 'Li imeBt i,
tnt Pi % would rertivc the .
or weaken it guEraDt eR. f hculJ iw tlt l-jSJiJ eient < rce ri'quisite VOte nut Yii1Ii.I ti .n to the Honorable J. Wa\le* P.akor, Jnige rf tesiid 'eiforminp I 3 rot hesitate fn rronoun
TECe'i tetietrd by every well-wisher of the j PrccJstly llt 2 o'clock, the J9th: an-1 cWsri Vote was I' SfCimd Ill1fItCa'S 1H3, B'icluinan .'>5, WooJbury Circuit Com, for nilhonty tn ncll two ct-rtiun, Great Remedy of the Aft-P I have practiced.jtne-

bp uc." j Announced tlius : I'itTre 283 Ca>* 2. ISmJiniirji 2', 24. DalLs 5, Worth-New Yoikaud Floriik jiotTliiid l hits within the city of T.tl.i.a.-m'! known and I .li-. inatid ;- rJ'IIAT are well! made, of all qualities. bothwhite toting horses for these twenty year*, arid hatfffrtftl'
lx ts No 15 nud 10, in the 2 onb half of tin- all 1 the various liniment ointments, &c., so.rmju.h f
e 1.cZuticni of Senator ftright were ia tLew Marcy 1, How-Inn and Tekn.on! 9. Tim Cmiventior I -Gtiig. as > .1. and f-uiey c.>lor,. some of whieb are extra fine, '
'tx I bt1Irit-C'nS i l."fiVi: dInry S3, Bu'.luuian County qiiarttr, belonging to the estate bf the t'ai.l! ind will fit "tii a T7 Just received ai> : then to 4 o'clock. Tl.e /muatioii of Gen.
adjounied 1 41, W.'ith .;-:N -w Y Vk n. t y, :ii-: I I low by W. T. MITChELL Farrell Arabian Liniment exceed* any thai 1 erw
: G'i4, That the lemocra3c pry nt thc tn'stja -.; Pk-rcc, of New Hampshire, ws icivivcd with preali L. Fouilh ballot-Caa s ] 7'', W.vxiburv S8, I5uluuaii I.. il. V..Vl DF.U AhniLtratrL..Jitrme Ar'ril2-1. l,2 ir made up of. .:lly its use. I have cured Sweeny *riIqmavinIoigaIrerIney

hoW Zf iu tinifs pest t. to the compacts fttt1Cumtitiitkn I rejoicing n.nd the firing rvg.rd it rs a piimnry duty Whole numlitr of votes 2f 4. Xewvsrv to a chtJec COACIISMITHLVG & BMCKS3IITliL\G rahis, and I have cured more thai fifty hcr r tlri*
\
In tIC afternoon the Convention < iihlid nud
to 1 re 2 > Ac Female Academy.
Male
The of nu-a uni knovni tis the Cnnj 170-whereujxtn (jen. Cas MUS dularecf the noini-' Quincy ea>lon with your Liniment, embracing" ery sLdo l
deprecate any atkirpt to iinjiair J proceeded to vote for the candiduto far Vice Pn-M- neo next fesMoniillbeiriii; vu MONDAY, Jun- IN GEITBRAL.T tut (li>ea e, from scratches and br ui'esup to SpTf in.

U* weaken the buds of our dent. On the 2d ballot, the Hon. Win. U. King of iu TiHE au-1 cnJ Oi-tobi 2Vli. Ablf aII! cflicunt Rins-Bone end Sc eenv. I can also bear tcsfimnr.v.of .
Tifi' vote of New York wa not given e.nsoquee' T. NICHEBS02JEiirECTFULLY
.lItIOfl yj iis effects on the human frm., I wale
in thc j-ciernl Department*, good sy confined -
Teachers employed
nomiuation are
\ Alabama vivcd l.e ImtRig 177 xokn.
Jim :!he fugiticc flavc law, beio 213 r of thf-re lwiiiL j two Fete of ilelrgite* in uttinduice an-1 tI.e In-titntion H now in a oislily floiirHiing c mtlition. T> informs the citizens of nearly aU last winter fo rny room with Rbeoma '

0' tO the] T4'qlircfl2eflt$ Of the Cimtitu.Zk1 | The Convention tlnii urianmioumy adopted the old : from that State, whose euiiflictingeould pr'tcuIu The School is provided with! nn cxten-ive nf>- afi A-*' Leon and nei hlio1 ui Counties, that he I ism, and could get nothing to help me.'nntjl Iciimmenced
Its ivi'Ji tho a'ldiiuui of the hts pnrduiHil the establishment lately owned lr uc of Liniment, ,which rnJtirely
e.cuul) aid rr.niittcnarKy, arc dtoJd a party pJatfonu Coinpruniiic. not lieANOTIIEU rcenrv4lcd. and a valrub'e eabiT-t of mi.'ieral. Board, your
t('( paratns lir Mr. J. L. G ao: aa,on Adams street,near Damond's cured ae. WM. R. GR1 JIES.
; Jufce 1,1 th States Rtul j rwpc of theo After deciding that the next Presidential Convention uXnding: ivnhirginay be obtained at%IO jr moutlt. ,

;ed ft gL1ritut.e lo all the nvtinas of of our should be held at Cinnniuti, they tluu adjourned *<'*fdt Srit vnrHi Wovniru!-linj>r>rt &
riAU t'r
ntry. j'mt the conttitutwnal none of ctudien we jirinted catalogue,
Tire Tiim fligestive (fli1rO
I. J. S 1Iiihtous ,
Pepsin
.134 be at 8 o'clock, P. M.Scotland. to reasonable terms and with punctuality and despatch.He Ja17eitA .craAanfJnimtit.
.% rnjired. "- --- Fluid, or (Sastric Juice prepared from Ren- vhich amy 1* had on nnjJication STEWART. claims to undorstinb hw business thoroughly, and Mr. H. O FAHBEI.I-Dear Sir :-I Ind been af*
cbij N. II. Principal
lac.re rj-o=c upou a Rvw>lution ofliinid Lyif Canada.Gea ntt, or the Fourth SUimarh of the Ox afu-r direc- tf to be both able ai.'l willing to pro patisfartKHi to all flicted with the Sun P in* r' .r the hnt fenyrin..
trhk-h was a follows: tions of Baron LJclri the great 1)iyris.oical) Chemwt.bv :nv2tLIt fir.;?. 21 who may furni-Ji him with wotk. Particular atteu- and could gel never get relief except fcv bleeding ;

'JSOZrrd, it 'h4 Convention will not go ;into a Scott's position before the American p<">pc! J. S. lloujjhtiwi, M. D, Phibdelphm.} TLw i i- Ice-Fresh Ice. ton will be paid to but by the use nf H. G. Fmttl'a Atibran tinittenf,

c3 Utii of Liver Complaiut, Constipation and Debility, a day, it was entirely removed, and 1 have
:.T nil the Platform of the Democratic parSanhr of a political chan<1iT, deeply! intcrctitiitg ; and curing after natures own meth-xl, by nature's own \. in. which from and after firt of June next wiH, in which hehiwtnd much experience ; and persons thing of sinre. I went into the stable one Mlie nijcbl; -

willi view of the of readers iei- out tt> IIoteK Bars, Restaurat, and PUC.'Iike owning anmaU: \ hose feet have been *
the gratifying curiosity our ogent, the Gastric Juice. Pamphlet containing jlitilcuU { injured by to apply it tea horse's acre leg,and being j
very mc
Sonic, F.x-Gov. Floyd of Ya., nnd others we publish the ul'joined letter from him, written in c'iitificevulene of iU value, furnished by agents gratis. } quantity at 2 per cwta little lower than careless or bungling.Slioeinnf, or which may require he stumbled and frl! against my lees, crushing and

TjwssJ' the Ke .,!uJm, and Mr. \ne of Ya, r..thIn- 1S49 on the subject of Canadian annexation. It will See notice among advertisement any thiug has jet been got np so far from the frozen nicety in the making and adjustment of their Shoes brining them so badly teat they ttjrned as blarfc".
,
in the
aJn rf regions.) from time lco-h'ne early nvimiog or are invited to pvt- him n trial. There U no branch of: hat, rendering them powerless. I applied
IBUSIU and others.advoctted it The llcsolu.J" be tw-n tliat theCen-ra1ia1'yno means opposed to : Notice Important late iu the evening. Peddled out by the small quantities the ImwneM requiring a more careful or practice my Liniment.and wa. well enough in ;p few davs'fngo TMJ

*M finallv LUd on the taW v by a tote of 1 C4 toBurke. "i.>rogre :" .T.TTY at 3..cU ml per flit daring. die dav.> Pri x' being so hand than the Shoeing of Horses, and he begs Icavo about again as n nal. I ahto crnsfied mv finsrer ia a.
1. UIlUCTMJjnCIl IU.9 QlfJlOm-U 01 111 BIOCK HI HIXI- wnall, all out 01 town wus must ue ca n 11-iI) to assure the pubic! that it shall be well done at hiehop. shocking
WEST POINT, Jane 20, 1 8 J 0. THE. in this and calls ull mdebttv very manner,by letting a back log fall npon it i
: cIty, now upon town acconnts can run.to end of month if required. Liniment healed '
tt1ii. r. Chairman of the Committee on Cre"brciUed 3Jr TEAS wa:-The news from the Purliaiueut of \ to him to nettle their accounts without delay, a* Ire packed in shape, but in wilding from cbrcxul it U February 28,1 *52. 8 your soon it np.JOHN though.R. ITGEEt

tg *. it' the rrj* rt of tltct comniitttc, eta- Great Britain thii niorniinf muttt, I think, incn-aw the Ins business must be closed. He will leave the Statu boot to send blanket* and packing boxes, if handy.yewport. t2f Tliw chntr i* intended to apply|only to the J.a Salle precinct, Peoria'eo, HI.| Feb 6.1S49.1' : 14
The was IK't an unanimous: repoit ili ,eoutent of our neighbor on the oilier aIde of the LLnwrecee in a few dava and tnwti this notice will uot be ur<- May 29. 18$2. 21 LAPP. Clackmithinf and Coachamithing bnsim-w-the Car -
"K"rt rc rtd.. It i htU-s lhat all the States the likes not little cud that three
r' and a ; Ieoded by his bite cuatoniern. under the exclusive '
[!* ? 5tc4 iu the C.' vcaH..a: by delates'dulyr discontent will, in a few yean lead la a separation A, U. FELKELL. Suwannee Lower Mineral Springs, ri&K control: Making and management beirg, as licrctofore.of Mr. J. L. Orooe.I To guard. againInfosilie.c.rrfuliy.*, reaJ teJWI,- tg

4L'"" th the tseer Uon r.f South Carolina, frrrnrrewnttto. of the CjQiukt, 'New Brunswick, wa no There were two
mother country, seems coually probable. *- WK subscriber takes this method of tendering base counterfeit which ba, lately nide itar.re
Dieting d'legations fn>m the State of Geor- fawn themselves into an independent $25 Reward. appeer
win those
provinces
lorida.ODUOJiD
Carolina House Quincy railed 'the
his most sincere acknowledgments and is by Impostor who. znafcr* it
"i
*s repre ontu j the State Rizhts' party, nnd nation, or seek a cormexuio with our Union I II in November last 'ii; Arabian *
mv negro friend and the generally for W. B. Farreir* L5nimer t. .;flrn "n
hi
to publi? a
: the RUNAWAY & STARVES
: right U> rerirewnt the State In the ConToond thank therobabUty! is greatly in favor of the latter.In respect-
She is about 6 feet fraud and liable
their liberal last summer, and horjc*, dangerous rare to dectf v from 1is
patronage the
inform that
very I fully inhhcj
4 :: ; that it more fully representedof my judgment Uie interest* of both sides would 7 or 8 inches high, black, no front teeth, and bv liii exertions to please aUwho myisit him I i : have purchased the sbove EstabluJmienl they bearing I he name or FarrelL 1hrf tcnf b i>arico-
of oilier '
the several
4he
State than existing
annexation
Any much promoted by the pror- Hannah hu mother lir.ntvfTcall f at Itb the MnV tH.brrinprinclpled
iibout 40 of a confidence ; aTrrir
tion years age. that hi will still have a hare of their and rand will to ;
wi pains contribute tbe
-le ? rlwm to < S
'ther de14H'nlfl 'repre- into the Union terro wilh WIT. spare
rtJin of Dernorratsof'1h 8tat belonging j bees cwntiug StateaT The free oo cqaal navigsUnu of, the 8t hi NewnanM-ille or Tallahassee, known by the name will 1* clad to meet them again in his social llalLTheJUpnogs ( comfort of their; guaata. Their tabl will beywel ; ; dealer? rriU frnpose ihi, rporioo*J} n

ht ILte Union .and claiming feats lure on present tliirty of immenae to uf Mary"Ann Sandier, formerly the property of Ro are 'm very fine order for bathinjr, and applied with the best that can be procured and their tore dT>on for.lhepennine-bo; atfrape {lotl1.C.Fsrrell's
party, Lawrence ia already unpcrtam per- Sanchez, :of Newnanrrille. The above reward the U dry....Hia tble *- Arabian Liniment" pd take noot.as ,, ;
that ofU man liltejy t contmu*.ju season very bar always provided with choice Wine*, Llquoni and '
they represented a Urge portion M1)s a third of our present population, and.would be her in where the fennine alwaya fcaa the jetfkts'H.C.b
will be given upon being lodged any jail will be funushed r.s usual with the beat tiiat can ,
and They respectfully ask a cootinqaac. of the
of the State. After duly bearing of great value to,the remain Jer., After annexation, I tar or being delivered to me at Palatka with abundance jregetablea of Cigara., Farr ir1 slinaiore ie also on ti catsida
can get upon bo had togethii an
heretofore extendedto the
g the claims oT the contmrert* the Commitr"1" two revenue cutters below Quebec i would give 'tis a Jacksonville. I would it uneless patrooafB tfaaag.: > per.andlbrMwordtbUwn fsrH. tb* 11.S botile' '

W? t'aat the set of dclegstes represented better aocurity agtJnt' emugglhig than'tJsirtT thousand or LOUIS COXETTER, almost every variety.about the siipprwe medicinal nrtues w of a GODBOLD.G. G.Fsneir.. Jh rab a LinigentsNranfta .
highly
ft.-Cohen the State )Rights delegation) were en- custom-hoTue ciKfleiyt nloog the Juc that to say any thing W. 8TAZNFS.1Qnincy.Tam / in towWTibatfe- !
etntug tf
Jacksonville Juno 12 1 8.2. 23 'been every at
to waters aa they bare pretty generally
r these ,
s It I85. 2 tf
iU j ja the o-mTentkm ; but from the f-ct separates us from the British poasesslorn s the ontincnt is in thV United Slafee in w
t1s The around besvUby. I
J1'ey delegation ent d bjr Mr. Jacki -, that fine and tvdaL onontry very mention '
( I well rith
repre am acquainted :
Itfotice.ALL thw'as it U thouaht by some at a dMtanea, to bo :Bait.DIBECT :
:; airery omidcrable portion.of the know great deal of the.interests, od ebaracterofthe A h,1tUeTCliZUate. behcve,eaaooi be IMPOBTATIOlt wks 6 It t44i
2000 re-
entitled the
te State, the Committee reeoennended person*, creditors, legate*, to distri- reverse. .
l provincial 3ituh onpotfd.t* iii&rftnttifuiUiM
hit, be admitted to acatain lb. Cussad i Mutt- :- 'os'1 otherwise interested in the estate of found in the Southern country.D. .. prbszkRaeo1atLfr Gki eitei.and Call enlbe
*nv dalriet deiuefy ftvflod with < '- agent .
ths thiy together ai t the vote of O or; eon ,'fit*, / A deceaaedT-re .hereby notified to eriHDrt.tbeir ehums Springs ,Kay 19,1851. 1oJ$6, lt : : %. -

h3 thtthk1 d ofLsaCt1IC. .) eibatie.fth. neeGvo nd demands witbiB two yean from, flue date to tbeanArr GreEi I Prie-25 eat.5O -
Wlaatmay.
'X3XICAI $TAIG LLiHK5T.en
: d ided oV the will be barred aM all : .
that George B.Xoore wu entitled mental the ayVject I Joww mWolotflyj imd seme ; perM305 : ml fll Gjtveil.
the to make TTJ8T received; M said
indebted to a4iitequetted 'sat. !
b !
think :I cannot 'T saying.tha$.tWOUIdI(4r J -
:Vaalte Hotel JTw vhkhwul
ThE at the i
ct f to -j' '
MawaehusetU,, u would aith the other l unndlate pipCi ; : DrugIii.1flLami1$4ztiv4 +
-
rejoice ineiporathiand bf g
4 an J lad It. S..Lrd, 'were the wotcswatmttee people third would peveesv.itsbanetL s* DMPt.7.I4Nao.S1erilf be KTV d trp right, on abort notice -UTorxa. Y nt ,g. rholei 1. ss4 tt'tafl ,
: soon r : and Tit-n band packed io Ice. fcr] Fknda. fr
decided in fevor of Mr. Lord. mHerlwrad and tx itfflo Administrator.Jcner en always on Ajentt LE S-AE!. ;
I to .gena ,
ai mfaa- -
Of am opposed
coarse y :? 132. 21 13TCb ? 13. tf .
;
23 Sru Newpnrt May Si i
June 12,1K52. .
eiiJcrae debate, the Convention procccd"tV on our part iiI favor of the measure, 'ir any t-Uit-r 4 Courrty, 1.ccemJ1ti5.D.h. p-% i. ;.-
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QENERALC9MMISS1ONMERCHANTS, AT Tlllf '. am .. A *tJI.1Ii. t V ,., ,'.B ; V V ''f'=."_'. 'I .

a'tn WIBM asui o..orAXD % TALLAHA88EB, FLORlDl.Vtn. -. tel'roft1I..w. .
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it frtaa*
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;XACHWIKT.A ...sad St'SIIh1i.b .. Lk of St..dllpllw. I Brawn aod HeaoYd crash OIe aDd lIB III.L fIt 10 I

MOOeorriaandFrwchBurr JCU> Stones; KnjOL ..w.!* ft:311k1 and thoroughly$ October 4,1851.A.X.H&XWXLL. It Rossia Diaper,' befan tile Ooartau'doot ia QuiniJ .. Ddaybe V V

.J sjooMuOolaffoa, Oullm and Bolting doth .De" tv. Be_ 1'iIMr- Birds Eye t 14&h day otJae neztwithin legal $, the .1 ':
constantly employed to furnish Us table with L D.FATT 1 the estate OtIDO.OBa1r1a I IIat. "Vp '
I Also,snvrv kind of Prodocc, liorth and South, and men Irifb Lraeo. assorted qualities. wbIgTAn1sbauol1gingto
CAS paid Tor Wool, Hid**,Doer Skins and Shipping Oysters andFkli; madditiao to whi*, every delicacy MAXWELL PAPY, Linen Catnbriek Handkerehieb, V l oC 0adtdIft 00 decs.to Itt! I ; : I

a Fwa, will provided the market will afford. isKludkiga ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW {( Gbgban Calico Ac, For sale od reasonable 8Wof &eo *. the E I of the' V V V IV, V ,
SAMUEL HOYT. HAMPTON L. BILBO. cargo of the Cool Bttt..f u the ahapoof"Antoneg terms. s W i of Sec 10,the 8'K of the N V' of See 10 t

I ," for UK warm da, He baa a Carnage TALLAHA&8BB, FLORIDA. April 17, 1852. 15 and the EJ of the SEt?4 of Bee 9, alItaTtRi' 't. 1V V.

: atrt&xxces: in constant attaodanea for Ladies and Invalids who February 8,1851. 5 V North and West containing 243. W-100 'man otICBS. ; itI".t

wish to visit the Baths which are now being put incomplete For Sale. + p IV.
Messrs.AVDKISOK & Co Savannah Ga. .4
t Fiummr& Bajumjcr, repair. Boats will be provided for those CHARLES W. DOWNING CASKS Bacon 1 Tierce Tani*. Term made known call dayef sale., V ,, ".
who wWi to make excursion to the Light House 5 ELIZABETH BAWLS Adm
an x.
M wIlTza&rAL,11) ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, 20 barrels sup. Floor, 6 kegs Lard TIIe.'I"rtII'.tJIMItHe .' '
I .
I James' Island, and other places about the Bay. u May 15, 1852. 19 5t
: Co. 6 1 tierce Rice
DEWLOW* family
SWCTT Tallahassee Florida.IS" ia
and eomlnodiouaStable fT V
He has t.i"
just completed a new PREPARED :
Wx.P.I&iu.i&Vo.NevYork. 10 Coffee. 10 boxes Cheese.
which is furnished with careful and attentive Office at the CapitoLMarch bags Middle Circuit of Florida. THE OX.'P.ri dlte ....
faoous Nocits MASQAT & Co, Boston. At low prices for cash byJAMES
I, the himself 10 tf LIEB10.IhtThis 1'eat PlardoiOCiclr
15 1851.
Ostlers. In short Propneior pledges GADSDEN CIRCUIT COURT. iiI
B. GAMBLE. IN
Ct. 1
f .P. B. Loom Eeq. New London
HOUGHTON) J.'
; ,
do'all l in his to conduce to the comfort and satisfaction r.n.a.lphif.Pw ,
H. S. McCoKM Esq, Wilmington, Del. power April 17, 1852. 15 SrimoTwr, 1852. '
a W'ondnt-l
truly
of all who may favor with a call and solicits W. 0. M. DAVIS, remedy foi 1ND%

: f} September G, 1851. 35 tf a fair triaL A. B. NO YES.Newport ATTORNEY AT LAW, Liquors and Wines. Charley H. DuPbnt, TION P PLAINT, DYSPEPSIA CO JAUNDltE.LlY i=

,March 20, 18l!. 11 .. mPATlOf.and DBIIJTt.-
,. ; Towle & Myers, HAS taken up his abode at Tallahassee, and will 2 CASKS superior Brandy, Junes Martin. i ins after Natqies own metW.'br 1 HatG1
and in the Courts of .the Middle District, 1" low ,the Gastric Juice.OCh .
HAVE on hand and are now receiving,a new Notice. price On Petition to Establish fa Record of Judgement.1T gent :
!.1 I assortment of GOODS consisting ol and of Franklin and Jackson Counties. 1.' old Monongohela Whiskey, Half! a teaspoonful of Pnrtur,i iDraeea 0
Gold Lever Hunting Watches, THE undesigned tenders his sincere thanks to the March 9. IS:). 9 2" old Rye being made to appear by affidavit that the deJL ter, will digest dissolve, 7We Pttr I
for the liberal patronage which has V E" fendant in the above stated cause resides beyond d /
Gold Anchor Lever do 2 If Rum, Becfmn ItmP JcruN out of tbe _. ,
Silver Lever Hunting do been extended to him since he has been engaged intbe M. A. LONG &. J. P. K. SAVAGE 2" Gin Ole Emits of the State of Florida: PEPSIN* the chief e'lemenr.'i or Gmt Ito1LlQ'D""

t Silver Anchor Lever do Cotton Weighing and Commission Business in HAVING associated themselves for the purpose ol i cask Sherry-good, It it therefore Ordered; That a bearing be had on Principle oT the Gasf tic Juice-the rft'
t Lapine and common doGentlemen's Tallahaetcc. Being about to leave the State of Law, will give prompt attention to 4 Madeira the petition filed therein at the next Fall Term of this Food, the rifyingPretenitizwf.&lwtu.. .J1':

t and Ladies Botom Pins.a renml aseortment Floridalte takes this occasion to inform his late customers any business entrusted to their rare. 2 barrels cooking Wine, .. &. Court: Agent cube Stomach and iDtestmrs. 'It it ,

of Ear and Finper Ring,Gold Guards and that all unsettled business connected with the July 28, 18il. 29 tf For sale by JAMES GAMBLE. Provided, That this Order be published for thepe-d from Digestive Stomach of Ihe Or;"
Keys Fob and Veil Chains, Seal,Gold and Silver Ware-House in Tallahassee is left in the hands of his April 17, 1852. 15 riod of three months in ome newspaper pnblishj l iog an ARTIFICIAL DIGESTIVE FLUID '!

S ,I Pencils,Gold Pens,Gold and Silver Spectacles, Gold successor, Mr.JOHN F. BROOME, a gentleman who Law Firm. within this. Judicial Circuit. 1 v like the natural Gastric Juice in its Chetatnl JttW,

Sleeve Collar and Bosom Buttons, Silver Pearl, and'w well qualified to carry on the business, and who & BREVARD will practice in co-partner Direct Importation. J. VTAYLES BAKER Judge. ers, and famishing a COMPLETE anS pi "

Shell Card Casel, Gold and Silver Thimbles! ill give his entire time and attention to it. His experience BEARD all the Courts of the Middle Circuit of to-day and for sale for cash 25 Bas A true copy-Attest : SUBS!ITUTE for ft. By Ihe aid of thisib
BuffaLo Combs. in this branch of business and his admitted : RECEIVED R. C. Clerk. l lion the
1 I Fans, Silver and Fl ric1a. Office in Tallahassee. Irish Potatoes J. B. GAMBLE. LESTER pains .and evils cf INDIGESTIwrS
I r Also, French Mantle Clocks,Table Knives Te q ualificstionsjustify me in soliciting for him the same JOHN BEARD. ,by April 24. 1852. 16 8m DYSPEPSIA are removed J juSt a. IbefJoJaJS
17, 185! 15
I Trays,Plated and Silver Ware, Sil'erTablf'andTel liberal patronage heretofore extended to me. T. W. BREVARD. April a healthy. Stomach. It w doing wonders&**?
.J
1 Spoons, Plated Spoons, Forks, Cream and Soup La- .. C.V A. NASa February 1.1851. 4 tf By ",J. G. Anderson." Middle Circuit of Florida. pIN epliestnthg! cases of DEBILITY EMAcr
.: :. it" iHes Plated Walters, do.Tea Set, Castors! ,Candlesticks -i GADSDEN CIRCUIT COURT.To NF.RVOUS DECLINE, and DYSPEPTIC (

.I t ,Solar Lamps Silver and Gilt Girandoles. THE undersigned has been appointed all COTTON the SMITH & O'BRIEN, I 0 BASKETS Heidsic Champaignc. Snuxa TCBV SUMPTION snpjxHwiJ to b. on the .vemrfT
,I HER.and can be found at times at 5 182.JOAeph
Guns Shot and Game
barreilrd
h Also.fine double pta. grave. The Scientific Evidence '
.'( .r\ Bags, and F1azs.fine nocket Knives.Porte Monniet: Warehouse recently occupied by Mr. C. A. NASIL Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, 10 boxes Tobacco-Ss, 5s, 1 Ih, Law and Richard Sims, co-partners using the ( ed.ism the highest degree CURIOUS oponwMefckba \tit-
Claronets! and Flues fine Razcri also in the vacant lot between the Stores of D. C. 2 Tobacco name and style of Law & Sims, .
: .j Port Folios, Violins : ALLIGATOR, E. FLA. superior Chewing MARK ABLE. 0-
Wilson and James Kurkscy., Erars. 15 boxes Cheese *.
i.1 Streps,&c. .
JOHN F. BROOME.April }[ WHIT SMITH. I M. O.r.RI'- SCIEJVTIFIC EVWEJfCE! .
: Best qatUty and general asscrJcen! of Pcrfumerv.Ctl' 2 Preserved Ginger, Reuben Dubose.On I
; : &C..T&C TOWLE & MYERS 10, 1832. 14 tf Office at Alligator. | Office at Newnansville. 2 Martinaa Pickles, Petition to Establish: Record of Judgment. BARON LIEBIG in his celebrated wnrfc u bVjfcr
; Refer to Col. S. S. SIBLET,Savannah; Judg, THOMAS mal Chemistry says: "An Artificial DioastliM
December C, 1S51.4 8 C i dozen English Mustard, -
.ft It Notice. Dorwus Jacknonvillc; C 'l. J. PAIXK OaJa. 5 Worcester Sauce. rr being made to appear by affidavit that the de- Fluid,analogous to the Gastric Juke, mar bZSL
October 1851. 3J. 1 ._fendant in the above stated cause resides beyond l 11 from the .
4. prepared
entitled to distri mucous membrane
4L' NEW GOODS. ALL persons, creditors legatees 2 Reading, Jno.Bull & Anchovy Sauce, of the..
tlitlimits of the State of Florida ach 01 the Calf in
which
or otherwise interested in the estate of : various articles of fcuJiT
hi 1 ,. .JUST J arrived (per Schr. Elizabeth from New York) William G. Clark late of Jefferson County, Honda W. KEYES, M. D., Dentist, 5 1 Salad Dressing, ft i therefore Ordered. That a hearing be had on meat and egn.will be softened, and for sale bv C. C. BYRD a very handsome ns Cayenne Pepper, t lie petition filed therein at the next Term of this S the
deceased, are hereby notified to exhibit their claims located in Quincy. Office in his residence, 10 Flavoring Extract. Vanilla Lemon Fall edjiutin tame manner ,t4t)WWWH."
SPRING HAS
'. 4 eortment of SUMMER GOODS such as .
: Jourl h\ ttomach.
: \taitan
and demands within from tins to the I V
two date Mr. J. G. Gunn'o.
years Ac. For sale J. B. GAMBLE. V
f. y Berage Muslins Lnwns, Bonnet Ribbons Bit Lace undersigned, or the same will be barred: and all persons January 17, I8 ?. t Celrrv. 17 1852.: by 15 Provided That this Order be published for the pe- Dr. COMBE in hi* valuable writihn oa"
f Visits Silk Shawls Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs : --I April ,
,
riot of three
j' indebted to the said deceased, ore requested tomake months in some newspaper published Physiology ol' Digestion,"observed 'that -OI11U:
.
c Needle Work Mantillas,and a variety of other articles immediate Boots and Shoes. within this Judicial District. untied of the due quanTity of tile Gastric
payment.EMILY'CLARK Cast V Joice
too numerous to mention. Call and see for yourselves.ALSO I Sweeps. ii
.11 If Qualified Executrix. J. WATLES BAKER Judge.A prominent and aIl.prevailingcaue of DupeDm"and
received fine
assortment of
.?. Jefferson County, May 1, 1852. 17 3m JUST OHO CAST Sweeps, true copy-Attest : he states that"a distinguished profecsor ;.
i.n :1 Gent and Boys? Summer Hate and Cravats Boots Black and Colored istinjj GniU-r, ,kJ V 20 Ploughs. R. C. LESTER, Clerk. i cine in London,who was severely afflicted <*
wilk
t Q and Shoes, aod 5000 First rate Cigars. Dei. do. Kid and Morocco do. 50 Kegs Nails, this
Bounty Lands and Pensions. April 24, 1852. 1C 3m comp'.aintfinding everything rise tp&fl, bad
:1 Do. Enamelled Buskin*. rt-
z. : -ALSO- fT"UIE undesigned,having made arra it h 10 Traveler's Trunks, course to the Gastric Juice, obtained '
Iron
IIgeml'ntllw .
i 1 ;i Quarter nnd half Barrels Mackerel Crushed and JL a competent and experienced Agentin the City Do. Kid Walking Shoes Slippers and Baskiiw, 10 Marine and Fumilv CI'oCb. Notice.ALL achs of living animals, which prattd iBertrn.

. i ; Powdered Sugar Java and Rio Coflee, Pickets assorto f Washington, and being now provided with the Do. Calf u.-kius and Booteue. For sale hy JAMES B. GAMBLE. pcrsot1creditonj nieeei,ful" tnnttMv*

:! ; ed. Pickled Lobster and Salmon in oil, Dried Apples, approved and requ-ite forms,will attend to the collection -ALSO- April 21, 1X52. 16 legatees, entitled to distri; Dr. GRAHAM anther of tbe fatDCIGI,

or otherwise interested in the estate of wort>
1 Pine Apple Cheese, Rice Gosben Butter, :. Jli ,cs Colored Lasting: Gaiter M
I - Diet "
l of Claims by of attorney for Bounty Vegetable says: It is t mnrkaUe
poers Jesse Fields, late of Jefferson deceased i &c(in
Florida
County
11 tf Do. KiM Shoes and
I .. ; March 20, 1852. L and", Pension, and Claims for Losses and Services Walking Huskies, By the Laura Jane." are hereby notified to exhibit their claims and pbysiolog.that the stomachs of ui..fftltIl
Du. do. and Morocco Bootees
,
i HELP AT HOME. upon the United States Government. And fine assortment of Children K BASKETS Sutaine Champagne in quarts, demands within two yearfrom this date to the un- in water, impart tothe flnidlhe propnty of mAt.-
a Leather llo-
various
articles
Officers and soldiers of the ing of food and
war of IS12 or of any J J u pints, and avery der.-igned, or the same will be barred and all oftflecttMakntdof
, P ',. made large of the Indian since rocco, and Patent Leather Slutes. ; persons artificial digestion of them in ..
TRE undt-reignedhaving improvements war 1700, are entitled to Bounty superior article. For sale by mll>ted to the said deceased. are requested to make triss\iftrrat.. ,
I
.B '.t in building and machinery,is now prepared t Lands under the late Act ol Congress. For service -ALSO- I April 17, 1852. 15 JAMES B. GAMBLE. immediate payment to from the natural digestive procett." -
: to furnish COTTON GINS of a superior style and rendered, a moderate compensation will be Gent fine Calf Boots, JOHN WOOTEN Adm'r.fferson 07-Call oo the Agent, and get a Descriptive

k. .t qU9.uty. charge!,upon delivery of the warrant or the amount Do. Imitation Stitched Boot?. Cheese &c. J.- cular,atrali.,giving a large amount of SCIENTIFIC
. ,
County May 8,1852. 183m
" lisa Gins exlii- collected Do. Pegged and Water-pnicf Boots, EVID ,.
\ He got up no humbug by making to D. P. HOGUR, rtotheabovetogeiberitilklU-'
HI Chee and Hampers of Irish Potatoes
bit at Fairs or by going North,to Lowell or other places i G.: W. HUTCHINS. Do. Calf Shoes and Bootees E Notice. ports of REMARKABLE CUkESfrom all parts of
) : to get Northerners to write in his praiee. March 29, IS51. 12 tf Do. Kip Bn-gnns and Riwsetts.A per Barque Christina and for ale by the United Stales.ASADYSPEPSLJ.
:: His establishment is strictly Southern -in tbe midst 1/50--- DERRY 4 ROWLES. SIX months after date, I will apply to the Judge CURES

..11' of the cotton growing region. He intends his Gins to Groceries, ice.WE Youths fine Pegged Boots April 17 1852. 15 f Probate of Gadsden County for my discharge Dr.HOUGHTON'SPEPSINhasproduc dtbeBoA

;' ehow for themselves, anSare warranted to perform in have just received a few boxes of Soda Boys half welt do. do. New Fresh and Pretty Goods. V as Administrator of George. A. Dilwnrth, deceased.W. marvellous rffeett, in curing caws of Dtt7iinM

:: the best manner when propeily attended to, or to bo Crackers Pine Apple Cheese Pickles Lemon Do. Shoes of almost every de'1 plinn. S. DILWORTH. -iationJYereoiu Decline, andDyiptptic Contvmf
') r made to do BO at bis own expense. Gin repairingdone Syrup, Soap. Starch Candles and Candy. For sole lov (and no mistake) by LOTS of fine fancy fixings, for the Ladies, and January 17, 1852. 2 6m 'ion.' It impossible to give .he details of cases m

l I.. at short notice, and in the best manner. Orders Also, a few choice Wines and October 18., 1651. 41 C. C. 1ff RD. cheap-only require to be t'X&mineJ-lIo he limits o: this advertisement ; but anthentieatet

,,1' !; for Gins thankfully received, and promptly attended Crushed Sugar Powder Liquors.Also in ke half kegs -- ._- --- --. use trying to enumerate. Just opened and none like; Notice. : certificates have been given of more than TWO

\ f. to. He will deliver them at the residence of the purchaser and qr. kegs. Apple and White Wine Vinegar? Shot 1ET1lA INSURANCE COMPANY, them about these Capes-particularly! in price Call SIX month after date, chall: present my accounts I IJld HUNDRED REMARKABLE CURES. in Philadd.

.j:- or at his farm. Beloware a few certificates out of aU sizes.Bar Lead Iron, Nails, Steel Hoes,Spados HARTFORD, CO EeTICUT. and examine at I). LADD'S. vouchers to the Judge "of Probate for Leon phia, New York and Boston ,Jonf'. Terse wenrill

"., ? ,: t.; of the large number that could be exhibited if neces- Shovels Trace Chains, Fifth and Ox Chains, Hammers Stocks, and COl.'on \Varc-house Newport .April 24, 182. 1C County, Administrator of Seaborn F. Holcomb, desperate 'cases, and the cores were not onlj
!; J. H. WATSON. BUILDINGS --- -- (deceased late of said County, and ask for a discharge rapid and wonderful but peimsnent.
r ary. Axes together with a general assortment of : icss fire.
1It by
? Ale and Brown Stout. Administration.'t. It i is a great NERVOUS ANTIDOTE,and prtirnlai .
: :II t: I[InrdwHrc and Cuttlery all of which we will fcell as LEWIS & AMES, from said !
: st MAOOX: February 18, 1852. l low as any otter house in the city. January 26, IS.50Azents, Tallahassee. BY Brig Christina direct from Liverpool we have, G. C.' S. JOJL 'SOS. Adm'r. > nsefulurtendvncy to BilIion.uudiiorderLiyerComplaint'evrr
}i11 Thin M to certify that I have in u. upon my plantations March 27, 1852. 12 "HEIR and
,,1 in Lee an'i Baker Counties, three Cotton Gina East India Ale, and Bjas & Go's. London Brown Ape, and the evil effects of Quinine,MeiCHTjr,
;t of sixty saws each,made by Colonel J. IL Watson, of COTTON GINS. JOHN PRATORIUS, Stout,in quart and pint bottles. Notice. and other drugs upon tbe Digestive Organ, after*

H, Palmyra: with which I am well pleased and con!ider [OF TilE LATE FIHW OF BULL PRATORItS,] BERRY fc ROWLES, Auctioneers, &c. SIX month from date the undersigned Executrix long sickness. Aboor excess'tn"raiing and I..
in the iindersigmjd, are milking present her accounts and vouchers to the: too free use of ardent tpints. It almost reconciles
them equal to Gins made in Georgia, WE. preparations
.11 : any every inform his April 10,1852. 14 tf
friends and the Health with
I take pleasure in recommending them to will shortly be prepared to make a >\\rOULD public Jud ft of Probate for the County of llillsboruugh and I hilcnipfranee. *
;; respect superior V -
'IIi 11' ::= planters in Soutb.Western Georgiaand Florida. CoL article of Cotton Ghi'. Also, to repair all Gins fPI v that he ha taken the store lately occupied Valuable Plantations for Sale. ask to be ilifcfliargcd from administration on the estate : OLD STOM.1CH COMPLALVTS.
by C. H. Blood and the There is no form cf OLD
adjoining STOMACH
f.:: Watson is a Southern born and raised in our sent to UA, at the hottest notice. store lately of Henry S. Clark deceased late of said County. COM
.1" : and has Northern man.intercit.k L We wurrant all work done at our manufactory to occupied by Bull& Pratorius,-where he will be pleadedto 1 THE Plantation nt present occupied by SILAS D. ELLEN M. CLARK, Executrix. PLAINTS which it does not s em to reach and te-
midst no
r attend to calls and .. H i for sale.! It is situated about five inove at No matter how
JOSEPH BOND. be in a workmanlike manner and to give satisfaction. the wonts of thoe who may be January 10, 1852. 1 6m once. !fad they may be,it
k [; We do not intend to be excelled in the disposed to patronize him in his line of busuic miles West of Tallahassee, immediately on the Road __: GIVES INSTANT BELIEF! .1 JttmXle4ore

{,'t t! ALBAXT- nor the quality of our GillI workmanship He has received by the late arrival, a choirr and leading to Quine,'. The land i i1 Pine and Hammock, Notice. all theunpleatanttymptomt; and it only needs tobe
ij Ga. February 23,1852. We located eleven vrll-uletted itipply of Cltl/m, Camnuvet, I Vctlinyt, ridi, and produces, Cotton, Corn, Tobacco .(. There, repeated tor a short time to inake these jrnod eCec
., ; t': This is to certify that I have in use un my planta. are miles North-ent of Talla- month' after date the undersigned, Admin
,
I Fancy GOOf; alo, a general attortmcnt ore COO acns, about 250 (which is cleared. The SIX permanent. PURITY OF BLOODAND VIGOR or
nf
lion in this County,a sixty saw Gin, manufactured by liassee. near Centreville, on the road leading from Plantation n well watered and healthy.ALSO : in right of hw wife Sarah A.,surviving Ad- BODY follow at once. It is particularly excellent
' t1 S CoL J.H.Watson,of Palmyra,which I consider equalto L Tallahassee to, Thomasville] where we respectfully READ )-JfA DE CLO Til I A'O. mini-tnitor of the estate of Thomas J. Hadley late in caies of

tI ii: any Gina made in Georgia,in every particular, and I solicit the patronage of the Planters in Honda and All of which, I flatter myself are equal in "ctle nndquah'ty of Jefferson Conntr,deceased,will apply to the the pit of the NalWea'omitir.g.Stomach, distressafte, Cramps, Soreness low
JudgI eating ,
. }, not excelled by any. I have no hesitation in recommending the Southern portion cf Gciirciu. end quite all cl"'lp. as any others that will be'ound The land of JOSEPH HALE. eight miles West of Probate of said County, for a discharge cold state of the Blood Heaviness,Lowness of Spir-
.
I. .r.t them to planters in South.W t.'st rn Georgia. D. II. .t J. B. SLATOX. in this market He ill give particular ntten- of Tallahassee, on the Ockolockonce River, are for Adniiitistratinn.V B. LOERJelr"r5OD its,Despondency Emaciation

.:11' %; They are manufactured in our midst and by a January, 1852. 2 6m ion: to his business and hopes he will merit a liberal rale. Then are 200 acres cleared. The place la i County,January 3, 1852. 52 6m* 'oInsanihSuicidl'.l". tendency V

::.4i: t. Southern man; a native of our own glorious Georgia Good Billiard Table. patronage from the public. healthy,and the water good. Dr. HOUSTON'S PEPSIN, is sold bl nt'lrJ1W1
,1; : DAVID A. VASON. November 23 1850, 46 tf Persons n-Miing to purchase can call on me in Tal-IIahissee Notice. the dealers in fine drugs and Popular Medicines,'

'J,pt Palmyra, Lee County, March 6, 1852. 9 tf A GOOD SECOND HAND BILLIARD TABLE ,or the owners on the premises. s IX months after date, the undersigned. Administrators throughout the United Slates. It is prepared is.
, t' for sale low by D. LADD. Drugs, Chemicals, &c. C. A. BRYAN. of the estate of Thomas Burnette will apply powder and in Fluid form-and in Prescription vials

.t? :t'! CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES. Newport. March 27, 1 652. 12 SULPHATE QUININE warranted pure and full April 10. 182.. 14 tf to the Judge of Probate of Madison County, fora for the ose ol Phv' icians.
" ? J b -V- final aentlernent and discharge from said estate. PRIVATE CIRCULARS for the use of Physician,

"t; J [: D. E. HULL, THE TRUE MEDICINAL Oil, Black pepper. Call and See DAVID GOUNTO. >! may be obtained of Dr. Houghton or his Agrari.de

'ti, j' kFFERS for sale a splendid assortment COD Purified Chiiividine:, \ an Article prepared from the[ JUST received per Schooners. W. R.Pettes and L.1 DANIEL BURNETTE f AamraMn.Uon scribing tbe whole process preparation, and |i'-i :

J 1 : of Carriage and Buggies, at LIVER OIL Peruvian Bark, considered nearly equal to Quinine, at V County, December 13, 18i1. 49 Cm ing the authorities upon which the claims of Ibis
t" ,t ThJprices to suit the times. Also in Store, USEFUL in the cure ot! Scrofula. Consumption I about one third the price. 6 canks Ribbed Sides, new remedy are based. As it is NOT A SECRET

) .Pi : Saddles Bridals Martingales Harness of all kind*, !, ,Asthma,Bronchitis,Couglm,, ALSO, a general supply of Chemicals of the best 6 Shoulders, Notice. REMEDY no objection can be raised against ill"'
both double and single. Carriage Trimmings of all 1 1t'j and diseases of the Chest months from date the Adminia-
l and Lungs. A truppl( quality. 2 Clear SiI<, SIX undersigned l. by Physicians in respectable standing and replay
t t kinds. Springs, Axles BulU, and. in fact, every thing ol this valuable medicine I Mjust received, which i is 60' l.bls. Extra Ohio Flour JII kmi no* on the estate of James M. practice. Price ONE DOLLAR per bottle.

.. ,J usually kept in a store of this kind. warranted pure, and of ery nperiorquality. Fine Cologne, T.nbinV" Extract, and( an assortment 40 Extra St. Louis, Nixon deceased late of said County will present his -OBSER\'ETHIS-E'er.J! bottle of the gen**

"t ?4 ; pRepairs done at short notice. For ule by LEWIS & AMES, of Fancy Toilet Articles, nt very low prices. 10 Mess Pork, account and vouchers to the Honorable Judge of Probate ine PEPSIN bears the written signature of J .

1 : December 27, 1851. 51 May: 25. 1850 20 Tallahassee Fla. Davis Pain Killer, Rathvatys Beady Relict. 6 hogs Rio Coffee, for Gaddden County, and ask to be dischargedtherefrnn. HOUGHTON,M.D..sole] proprietor.Philadelphia,'

ij. .: V OagoodV India Cholngogue. C boxes Candles, ALEXANDER E. GREGORY. Pa. Copy-right and Trade Markterirec.

CARRIAGE REPOSITORY, PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY? Rose's celebrated Phutcr, and other Family Med) 2 casks Plain lining February 7, 182.: 5 6m 93-Sold by alt Druggists and DeaUrs b Heal-

!' : : BY MILLER AND BROKAW, HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT, icines. V 6 tierces Sugar Cured Hams, cines.B .

' .:.1 TaHaJuutet, Florida. Capital Stock, 8300,000. Jayne's Medicines, ic, Ac,ju.:t received by 20 bbls. Whik?y. Notice. LEWIS fc AMES.Wholene
' : J. LEWIS AMES. 2" Lard Oil l Extra rnontlis after late! I shall make application i to : and Retail Apats.

.\ '.{ ,TnEubtOiberebn'ereCt'iVedalarge TIE undersigned i Agent of the! above Compnnv 1 October 11,1651. 40 tf Before purchasing elswhere. you will do wt-ll to call SIX Honorable Judge of Probate in and fur the February 7, 1552. 5 ly .J:

.1 j prepared to take risks against Fire on build and see for yourself, as I will cU low for cash,and county <-f Jefferson for letters of ilismiseion and discharge '. ..
: ; GIES AND HARNESS, which they ins and their contents,on the most favorable terms Linen Drills, 5cc. cash mly. A. IL FELKEL. as Administratix de Lonit non of N.Folsom: Groceries.ACOX .

'1'j offer for sal" on the most reasonable terms. All persons V F. IL FLAGG, Agent JUST received for Gent's and Boys' Summer Wear April 24, 1
t;. : will wishing call to and purchase examine any fur of themselves.the above articles, Talb\hafcc, October 25, 1851. 42 Striped and Plaid Linen Drills Browfi are hereby notified accordingly. kind. Oils Whiskey and Vinegar by.1iatl..
please .
,j ', 't December 13, 1851. 49 tf Duck, Brown Linen and Kelt Linen Drill, Drap d'cte, Spring Clothing.A MALINDA FOLSOM, Adm'x. de lanlt non. Salt, and every thing usually kept in a GrcIt
.it :- HASH & CO., Cott4>nades, Denims, Planter's Linen and Linen Osn.vbings. LARGE assortment of Gent and Boys* Ready Jeff.'rn County, February 28, 1852. 8 6m For sale low for eaah only by A.1LYZL1\

. ,;. Clothing. Dealers in Drugs Medicines, &c., together with every thing UMiallv, ) kept in tIn It Made Coats Pants Vest, Drawers, and Shirts April 17,1852. 15
.. inform their friends Ime. for sale low by HEIR A RUST. Just received and for sale In Chancery.MIDDLE .
and the that by
WOULD public,
: tSTrecdtedatthe old stand !
i. a general assorttJ : Exchange at Far
have band March 27, 1852. 12 tf March) 27. J 1852. 12 HEIR A RUST. CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA-IN GADS-
on a good .
j'f -. meat of Cloths, Cossimeres and V eatings, which asuortment of sncl.articles I Hardware Cn-t;. .
as are in their DEN CIRCUIT COURT. GROCERIES. ry
. the subscriber to manufacture in the roost generally kept line of burinew
is prepared
Here I Am. Osnaburga. Steel Blankets IT''P!'
and will be
. : f approved style and on the most reasonable tenm.t receiving regularly fresh supplies. '1'bek Sarah G. Tillman and Jane Tillman, ComplainanUvs. Hats, Caps Black Dress Coats Pants Vests,W
. i Gentlemen in want of a regular and fkjiiunablc out termslhaIl'be reasonable. FAILING' to purchase certain property on the P'I\. TUST received a few bales Southern OSMburg'Sltirtin.C' ., coats Hunting Coats, Saddles, Bridles At,p"**
; J twil1doweUtoesI1upon Tallahassee, October 11,1851. 40 mn here to attend to the wants of the and Sheeting, by Thomas S. Snell William C. Snell, Julia F. Edmonds EXCHANGE for Cash Cotton and Prodaee cf thV
November 8, 1851. 44A. R CLARKE. Citizen <>f Tallahassee and the balance of our world. March 27, 1852. 12 HEIR & RUST. ,Susan J. Little, and Jer.ette V.G. Donald WILLIAMlNovember
Country J. JL
Southern, generally.
1; h1\ Mutual Life Insurance Company r AU who intend purchasing goods, will find it to their i son, Executrix of the last wiil and testament ol( ,

I ;f Spring; Hats. of Louisiana.TTAVING U interest to before they let the money slip frtim Boots, Robert L: Edmonds, deceased, and Samuel I B. 1,1851. 45Ju .,

been appointed Agent for the above Company their fingers. S. S. KNIGHT. Lovt'. heli") and Administrator deli -
Gaiters and Slipper*,a beautiful assortment. ex officio 0- .ti: Arrived.
for and
latest Youths
Gents ,
: atyles Boys ,just SHOES .
THE anH fur sale a--- ,and deeming it unnecessary to discuss th e October 18, 1851. 41 tf received and for sale low. flU foiL of the estate ot Susan S. SucH deceased t HAVE just received by the last Teasel fVC .;
by
; ;
importance and advantage of the mutual inauraneprmaple appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that
. March 27, 1852. 12 HEIR A RUST. Now April 24,1852. 16 W. T.MITCHELL. IT L York an invoice of men's,women's,cbMrro'M*
I .1 ___________________ ,-would respectfully solicit the consideration Opening William C. Snell. one of the above named Defendants mfknfs Shoes comywislig styles notfcflilssVil
of the citizens of Tallahassee and vicinity. information A T the well known ,resides beyond the limits of this State,aDd many
Any stand
1i formerly occupied by For Sale at Cost and Charges. offered in this market.'"There are also tr<*9
: PREMIUM COTTON GINS.
relative to itcan be obtained J'3 in the Slate of New Yorkand that
Thomas Snell 1
by calling on the CLARK & STILLMAN, a General and SelectAssortment BARGE Dress Patterns Gentlemen's Boots assorted to which I invifs sj**ttion.
' t. ii:; T. TAYtiU n CO.: Proprietors of t be Colombus subscriber.V S. S. KNIGHT. of 20 15 Silk and Wool do, another of said Defendants, is supposed to reside The above will be sold low to doss eMP
L1J. Cotton Gilt Manufactory,have I he ratiilaction November 80, 1850. 47 tf Pall and Winter Clothing, beyond the limits of this State, and the United ment .
10 Tissue dress J. K. WILIJAllBrJpDecember
: to announce to thfir patrons and the Planters V patterns, States' ,but whose residence is unknown: .
Fancy Goods Cloths, Cassimeres, Vesting, Hosiery, 40() Muslin & Jaconet do 6.1851 48 110Jtca. e *UGrooeries
J 'Ii generally, throughout the (.:oltnn growing re- New Goods. i Fino Sewed and // u therefore Ordered, That the said William C. -
Boots - -
--- -- -
: cion. that they ate prepared In supply any number HEIR &: RUST would again call the attention ?f the subscriber is Pegged and anxious, Slippers Ac.; which 50 Worked Collars, Snell ajipt'arnd plead,answer demur to the Bill -- : -- Ac. '.
of I heir celebrated PKEMIUM GINS. to their well selected stock of SPRING(: ready to sell on the 24 pair worked Sleeve of Complaint filed in the ahove entitled cause on 01 _.J
: Where these Gins have been once used, it would 1 DRE.4SS.GOODS, consisting of the following: i most reasonable terms for cash or its equivalent. JAMES R GAMBLE. before the first Monday in March next, and the ssid J TUST Received a fine lot Go&ken Botter .' .
The stock of
consists -
: be deemed unnecewary lor the Mamilactmerstotaysword Plain and figured black Bareges and Tissues Clothing in part of April 24, 1852. 16 Thomas S. Snell within. the period of nine months! with lee. .
1 : ia their favor, as I hey fetl confident iriemacbinrsliare i Plain colored u Black and Colored Dress and Frock Coat. from the dale of the publication of this Order or Same with Cheese, .
Black, Blue, Green Brown and Mixed Frock The best in the World. And half bbls.Mackerel by D.LAi
been brought tit such perfect ion.that: Embroidered Muolins and Organdies the said Bill will be taken pro eonjeuoagainst
their superior perlormance will recommend them Plain and Printed Lawns, Sack and Fancy Coats, .them: Provided That 1 legal 1 publication of this Newport, April 24> 1852. 18 f J 5..
V I in preferei.ee In all oilier Gins now in ate. For the Challjra, Drab, Black and Brown Overcoats EXCELSIOR FAMILY SOAP. Order be made in some newspaper published in this

., r -11i.farlion i ol those who brvr not used the Gins, Plaid striped and Cambric Ginghams Figuered and Black Silk and Black Satin Vest, received 20 boxes of the above, with dire C. Circuit. 10th October. :l. Pure Sulphate of Quinine. < -

: and unacquainted with i reputation,the Pro. Lace Capes, Collars and Cuffs Black, Plaid, Grey, and Fancy Cassiinero Pantaloons JUST for !. Ac. For sale by J. WAYLES BAKER Judge, &:. subscribers have on hand two btadrei$* .

;j J r.-iclnrs need only say that the Fill Premiums Thread Lisle and Muslin Edgings and Znseriwng,, White May 15, 1852. 19 HEIR & RUST. A (true copy-Attest, THE,oances of Sulphate Quinine,"'k'I'J.
fi have been awarded them forth* BEST GIN ex.hi : Black Lace and Chantilla Veils Fancy Suit and Marseilles Vests and various R C. Lcsrcm, Clerk. have obtained direct from the .

,I : } *>iled at the great Stale Fair held at AJanta,Geor Kid Lisle and Twisted Silk Gloves and Mittetfs other articles too numerous to mention.A. Notice. October 18, ISM. .cl..cmlmjm they will warrant if to b. a superior artkl "
iris; al.t;at the Alabama and Georgia Agriculluial 1 Linen Cambrics and Lawn CLARKE. aid *'
4t Handkerchiefs We oi !!
Novembe 8, 1861. 44 tf months after the first publication of this notice Notice. h..DI'1edcnll.toek: Drop
aid Mcchsnic'sFsir at Cnlombns and at the SIX V
4 ; Cape Scarfs and Lace Viaettes. will present my account* and vouchers and cine by recent anivals.aad.prepared to.:;
r annual Fair of tHe Sooth Carolina Inslilnle, at -ALSO- .Furniture Chain to the Judge MPI'ObSteOf Leon County for apply a ALL persons* creditors legatee entitled to dntri orders tot artielesjn oar Hoe,at WboJesalo at *
I Charleston.The Cotton ginned on thett Gins em Bonnet,Cap and Belt Ribbons &c. final from administration of the estateol or otherwise interested in the estate of onthomostaccommodatiaf ., "*

f Cfived the first Premiums at the exhibition held in Black colored Satin and Lusters do. UTE bare just received from New York per Brig Gabriel discharge'Brittle, deceased my Joseph JOfIWIt,late of Jefferson Coonty, Florida deceased 'Wo hat also few aeeomt yet do to u lot;'

V. Chnle.ton,obth C.rolinlancla,every Fair where Ifock Tie and reek BJbbons.' Bowaonee a. farther supply of handsome and NATHAN HOLT Adm'r. ,arc hereby not to exhibit their claims and year 1849. They arvgtamlly "an .

V .ample) *nf Cotton from them hart been exhibited Silk end Oottott Velvet _. superior FwnHnrt. V 'May, 181! 18 em demands within faro jears' ftontthk date ta the bat lUbe who). .14" paid .h tfj.: i(. I'
The'"Proprietors han In their possession nonereut V B Trim'.I \WeareoowofMsuof M oar Fan V Booms to; derrigned.or the sam wdl b*barred;and aQ persons fartoward.liqit ti8&c..uo..w'Ie'' .
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; V tf Hteilet from Plan!ert.Cotton'Broken,'Com '.;.with 'many other. fancy"articles V I. which **fanto attention Notice. indebted to the said deceased are requested to make' 1 /LEWIS *. -.. %

rni..erchlftt.. and Mawsfacrarers of Cotton you wfll pleas call and enmin U Oral and Plain Back Solas 1 immediateto Jbn. 1800. .
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V a GnJ*,tpstifjlint( that tbt perfonttiM of the Gins, P' ; pRV73TST. T.U a Tetes and Divans J A.. indebted to the estate of Edwin A. ELIZABETH JOYNER Qualified Executrix: V. f V:i _. :

t sd tb. nm;Ie* pTod e.J:by f ben,cannot be cz> MaeikZ1S5L: It ..tlV Quartette and Book Stand. -.JIIfIIet, ktf of Monroe County,deceased,are ito Jefferson County, May 8, 18U. 18 8m : .I .-"..
celldbt"n Jfftf etlt.._"IINd. ebme fornrd and settle the and aU : .
: V. Work Stand and Ottonans, fe &c.V -I 1 : reesiW .. Ni'usr :.yo1
AU ardmfoc OJus,l'e. rifbef to oor trsffllinitor Extra Cottoa :oatairnrg Of Chain.v. tar a great vanity..V Xawmtamt' cndItoill Iegtted Ac, entitled to distribotion Notice VV J ptI''f- _
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:Aa tjt ofc rward J the of and from the Mid tate. are "hereby notified .1oq -I. )
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V will M i 9f to tor. part fit tba coonlryf' 'end wtr-. ai4tIeeM' -' 't. r ft... a.to-.. ,, 0. Set dojBMtott ratkm of two yean from'tb V date nereoi; mew Warren Bromley, bio of JeSsnon Coontv, Florida :N.Wpdt7.b.181t.. t ..V _V _" f
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