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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 19, 1852
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY.CHARLES. E/JDtJKE. '... TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, JUNE 19, 1852. VOLtThNO24: ; :

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,- "IHEEE' ,-I KNEW IT !" security tone. !"' said Mr. Yielding, in an excited dent. Her father noticed her heightened i col. make- me sick, Mrs. Hartley," replied Julia, I this- would- be the- case when lid- her go to calm'awl"resigned.free 4 'opoftftir" .', austMudaad.-.

"' or at tea-time, and said, laughingly- !looking np into the face of her visitor. the ball !P -- -- 'sid, /-y* _. :
';, Jjr T. S. AHTHCRt" I Aro you ready to take up the account You blush as deeply, Julia, as if your No, they don't think anything will hurt And still yon permitted her to go I" :Mr. '. You are right; I feel that-yoo..ari pgfeh

no\yl"! asked the m3n with a business air, beau were present"The them," said Mrs. Colburn. But, I knew Hartley mentally said.If Strange inconsistency dear husband t. lo ..arljssrsIcouIdtrt.with .

: *fl There', I knew it! just knew it !" unmindful of the clerk's exclamation quicker motion of her heart, occasioned when she went out that she would take. !1" my health: even uno>r .retnonfcranee,

V (I Knew what, SkU)' I" asked Mr. Popple- Have you seen Appleton ?I" by this remark, increased the pain in her cold." It was nearly two hours before tIle con and with a distinct consciousness ta In'

ton, W loon as ke had efi't'rted an entrance, Yes; but he says he can't do anything, tide to such a degree that she could'scarcely Still, 111:1': ,you consented that I should go, stant ti king! in her throat would permifMa- wrongand :convictloa.thatmj (

.for having given the bell a pretty strong and we intend looking to you." bear without betraying its existence. But or I would not have gone out." ry to sink into slomber. During all that time one day return upon me.; O, how sadly noam \

:, nlL] He had heard his \t'ife's exclamation Well' how much is it?In she made the effort, and replied playfully to I knew I did ; and there I was wrong." the cough was loud,concussive and incessant. I reaping the reward of that ran,. WJ ;

. j jk Banding! without, and perceived, by Twenty dollars." her father's pleasant sally. Still her mother's I "Strange,"said Mrs.Hartley to her daughter jarring her whole frame,and producing degree when I need all the strength of a .'naturally}

rtone and manner, that be was a good Here it is, then; I suppose there-Is no eye failed not to detect the existence of as the two passed into the street, on leaving of exhaustion,that finally, itself, subdued delicate body, which would hare borne me

\ deal disturbed. getting away from it. I knew it! I was assure something wrong and her heart smote her. Mrs. Colburn and Julia: that any mother I i the irritation, and the sufferer fell off into a through all of my trying.duties as .a mot 1

..Why, I knew that: bell would wake the that. this would be the end of it as thatI Julia, whose side still continued to pain should let her child, and one so delicateas I deep sleep. I sink under those duties, because I ,

r: b t!M I had a head on my shoulders." her very badly at every inspiration, retired Julia, go out on tho damp pavement when On the next day, Mary, could not speak a- stroyed the vit ener o mysystemlot

\\j "Then, my dear why didn't you have the "The more fool you !" muttered the con. early to her bed, in the hope that its warmth she knew she would take cold !" hove a whisper; she had a high fev r, and an I must pnate I rel.that I I

.f baby rm'it: up into the chamber ? Or why, stable as he walked away, after pocketing and repose would relievo her. Poor Julia Colburn has had a sick time exhausting cough, occasioned by the tickling cannot now, sacrifice unutterable t

I knew th .ldl would wake him, did'iit the debt, costs of suit, interest, fees, cto.U .- What is that ?V' asked :Mrs. Colburn, J u. I of it," Mrs. Hartley remarked to her husband I,I in the throat, that had returned. To relieve desire to nurse ,my.own,babe ; '. t

t:: ";I1 unlock! tho door, before I came to it-! I But Jou'ro only a small sample of the children Ha's mother, about ton o'clock in the evening I that evening I I thn, end draw off the high state of inflammation must draw her food from another bosom. ,. 4

q Von: must have known that it was my timecrnc I of folly I meet in my walks." : as she sat in the parlor \\ith her hus Ah, indeed I did not know that: she was. that existed in the lining membrane, what a strange unnatural folly: was* tU9.; .

I homo) and I suppose, (rom your ex- band. And she listened attentively. ill. What has been tho matter with her!" leeches were applied by the physician, which and I did not enter blindly! into it ::1 a

. ''tctin" that the bell would walthe( baby, Well, brother chip] how do you rlo today "What is iL'? I don't hear anything," }Pleurisy, I believe." produced som'j degree of alleviation; but by distinct consciousness that evil wouldfoUow-; '.\

i } 11 were looking for me every moment." ?r' said another officer of the law, addressing :Mr. Collmrn said. Why, how in the world did that: happen no means perfect nor permanent. I knew that I would suffer for mywUfulaeMiand

.a yc,, that: i is' a fjct," said -Mrs.:\ Poppleton, I, the individual of the c big stick' just There it is again. Don't you hear it?i" ?I" I Between the fever and the cough, both of I am suffering,deeply, painfully/: ::

in 3 clmer tone. It was wrong in me, I alluded to. No. What docs it sound like ?I" I happened' strangely enough; her mother which continued for nearly week, Mary 'Hie husband sighed as'she, ceased apenking '

t know, not to 11:1'l'nt! the nnrSlup stairs I Heaity t -how arc you ?2" Like n groan. There! didn't you hearit let her go out one afternoon a week ago :: Hartley was reduced to the'hclpless state oi I but he did not reply. In a few, ..minuf

: .J'th:! him; but then I was so busy, that, al.t'iongul 0, blight as! ever. How is business ?Z"' again ?t" And she rose and pulled the bell. I 4. when the pavements: were damp, and she an infant From this, she began slowly to Jane's mother entered with the nurse.who:

was thinking about it., and was wor- Rather dull. Never knew money so 441 did hear something. A faint, low took cold.! I I recover, hut nature only reacted partially; the was hereafter to fill her place; the-child Was

lied Ont the idea of the bell's ringing? :yet, I 1 hard to got. People havn't really got any. moan, seemed. But is only the wind moving 44 That was very imprudent. !, shock had been too much for the delicate resigned to her arm, and then the young

.; Mmeliow( or otlier, I put off speaking to her j I Use-to-could fiighten a fellow out of a claim a shutter perhaps.. Imprudent It was worse than that- !1 frame-the healthful stamina of her system mother hid her face on her husband's bosom

-; from moment to innmcnt, until it was toor Iat,! once by saving 'jail'-but it's no nse I I Go up, Susan, and see: anything is the Mrs. Colburn said, that she Knev she would were gone. For a few years she lingered on, I with feelings such as none but a mother whe

: Utc. I really believe I slnll: never reform now. Some folks that I know of would be matter with Julia," Mrs. Colburn said to the I tike cold! when she l let her go ont." 'a' burden tohicselfand, at the age of twentyi has thus been force to resign. b r : can

r mmlfiato I :! a scumble cnn!'Ktcnt woman." I glad to get even there." servant who entered at the moment. "She must be strange kind of a mother!" i one, sunk into an early grave. imagine or <
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'."If vou are in the (.ffi/'l"/ to correct any Hard times, that's a ftct. Let me see, I The servant departed. I Mr. Hartley remarked, as he turned to his I

f fault of character! my dear, said Mr. Pop- I believe I've got a little bit of paper for you." There it is again !" the mother once newspaper. ,! Shall we on, and multiply! instances of HonEdward A.Hannegafl. .
.
go The facts
I the
t tleton\ kindly l "jou have every thing tot : For me i" said constable number one, more said.H I am afraid something is the I O, ma' !*' cfc1.limedIar.r: coming into the singular folly so common to more than as to killing of his brotheri

t \\\r>'y. An occasional lapse makes us more looking" half-alarmed. Nothing for me 1 JI matter with Julia." the parlor at this moment :-)ee here, Mr. ; half of the world, that we have presented in i i-law, Capt. Duncan, by' Mr. Hannegan, are ..

; ,'trilant! in sclf-jroverniiient! afterwards." I reckon." 0, I expect not, she seemed well enoughat I Williams has sent mo a ball ticket for ihoI pictures to the reader? Or shall we pans.-! already widely known. Mr. Hannegan had

1 'Perhaps so," -Mrs. Poppleton replicll.nut .- Yes, here it i is. You are amerced: in the tea-time." I I splcnded affair to-morrow night, with a note : here t A word to the wise it is said is sufficient I been a member of the Legislature, both

: I. jus! hear: Low that baby is screaming! j debt of Hendrickson, whom you suffered togo In a few minutes the servant returned, and I: stating, that, if agreeable, he will call for me ,( ; but for fear that all our readers arei I Houses of Congress, Ambassador' Russia,
mills until I take| on his own recognizance-and he is now said that :Miss Julia of in : at the hour."
t Tnere. no ;peace now, j complained a pain I i not of that f favored class, we will draw one
him! I do think 1 have tho crossest children I on the absentee I lUt.I her side. I .' lie is very kind." said Irs. Hartley. I.' more sketch. !f and might have been honored and useful in

!" There, I knew that would be the upshot Th"r" T Itnpw if. T know it !" AfraColburn Hut I hardly think it prudent! for you to every relation of life but for his fearful devotion
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: .InJ MIP., Popplelon} Imrriod up stairs 4 nf it, when I allowed him to go! What an unconscionable exclaimed, so soon as the servant go out, Mary," her father remarked, especially nnrmured" It was little better lady with than a self-murder slender frame! to Liquor, which has long rendered.him:

wliero the liaiiv had been' taken two ininnte6tn. fool lam And the debt is had withdrawn. to a ball. Yon know that take! I young ,
: just you error and to his friends and has
I ind wasp-like wa'nt; dashing aside a tear nsli disgrace at.
t' .. Iae: I to spend *>one ten minutes i ngetthig i I ninety dollars. I shall never be able to 44 Knew what, Mary ?" )Ir. Colburn asked, !I'cold very easily, anti that the slightest cold }
it !" turned <(">m the' zjrnro' of MarsJTrtle"' :length probably led him to a felon's doom.-
it oil to :pay: in serious tone. affects! throat. I
quitted sleep again. a your .
;f I, ., It'll take a smart man to get away from j jme I Why, I knew that the would take cold I. 44 There is no danger at all pi !" :Mary urg.: How M dIll,) I remember, though but a John Wentwortli, who served with him io

!:, .'.t pretty[ fair: touch of human: nature!" : I ," said the oth..r.u I make all my customers when I let her walk out this afternoon." cd, the moisture gathering in her E'Jcs.- girl, the night \\hen she took cold ; and it is Congress, thus comments on his case i hi?
said that her mother and father both tried
'*
, uid Mr.! Popjjleiou.! Enu5inglyas; he threw'lucself 'I 11 toe the mark. Then why in the world did you let hen, And I want to go so badly; you know thatI i iI Chicago Democrat: _
the ball but that
1 And the ?r' I I i to persuade her not to go to 1 :
back into: the rocking-chair. "Audi me among rest gotq? have not IK-CII to a single; ball this season,
would be influenced them. Every who has Mr. Hannegan
is not tl.e who has to i *4 Of course. You know man must : and it is hard! the ofthi she not by Strange I m:1 set
; Sally : only one: cause every I To this question poor Mrs. Colburn was to deny me pleasure < when under the influence have
liquor as we ,
: blame berself; to the bin of do his ,Iut If had done your duty, I will dress in and fohIy"
: respect piocrastinjtion. you you silent, for she knew not what reply to make. warmly going returning, believe the above. And who
of this
Indeed Jane saM! the mother can one .
, I believe: husband for all would not have been in the bad fix that and know that there is of i I : every
1" loving : yon But I must! run up and see her, and the t you no danger taKing -, has him and lived the
the of seen at bO'lse.witb
her evening te same
to same
: lady on
be can ghe euch good advice when occasion I Ileiures are. So come_along. mother hurried off to Julia's chamber. j j"What cold in a ball rooin'I. young f
she out, will him and his family, as we have, when
I I day, as was! dressing toga JOU he baq
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is not guiltless! in this matter. I INjvery t ails dear?" she asked I don't think \vo need fear her taking
you my i ianxiou
While this little"scene maiden I seriously injure health if you lace vour- a total abstinence man for months together -
was passing, a your ben
ideas cold-father the mother md it
) J jli-asail: wel e now conjured i iupb 1 I ly. interposed, "
indeed ( him. When sober has
sell tightly. pity he
Mr. Pj/j-Vi on's mind, and he &at.mus- was surveying' herself in a mirror that 0 I feel knife will bo such a treat! Indeed I am afraid we I so wi
; ; i ma just! as though a were j
0 I not ma" there that i is as as kind and as
hung in a house! opposite! to where the officers am tight see ; pure upright generous
f'g' :nd liiiHicJilful! : ; until diiiutr was annoonced. !1 run into my side, every timo 1 draw a breath. !i have kept her almost too close for her health ; "
not ti Lt. a man as there Is in this With hitn
of I law clnnd! She : : country.
Th .cal l JH- returned Lisftnrtingoom eonversing. was! young I she needs exercise and freedom."
) n over, to | O dear! O dear! what shall I do and '
I Yes Hnt I consider Jmeif! there can: be no middle state. He is brute
and beautiful and dieted : tight ; a
to out very
,, -nJ 'bccj.a'jsoibed in bu- was go ; 44 Well know best" the
:: the sufierer almost roamed with pain."JuiKi's I perhaps you was I
poor Continue chest in that when drunk. When sober he will
,with lidiDt-ss! and! { compressing compare
p'ness. HM11 :Iiojr !hud I ( tgauce.: of Mr. he turned to his you your
!I caictly tlapicd: : ill, said Mrs. Colburn to q'.iet reply Hartley as
very
t tvien will }breik down health in in all the elements goodness with man
t 44 n(Mt\\ ,)u think t.c: too damp, way, you your ; afew any
ndhlramc in aol! sii 1Sel.P4)pletcJn J Jr J- pa\'t'l1Il'nt' nodnt)
I a !; her husband! as s,he re-entered the parlor in newRjtaper' on rc-aning.
from this when duties will living. But he cannot drink without
( getting
severe
Julia ? siiJ her mother! into } r
years
!I frient I HciiM'Stc.ulJbifalid. : corning the I snail be 1" ejaculated Marv
our a fl'l.l0ments an. > die had left "She hasa so happy .
: .- KM.in :If( tiis! ? nii-iiiont. dreadful pain; in lior side, v.bicli;. 1 fear may in a low tone to V tic'.. "* tax t'j' the utrnos your naturally delicate iranu-, I drn
4< I O rna'I: I lun : will siuk in pain and exhaustion und r I II. Mr.1 Hannegan entered tIle lower House of
I 'ry."
they arpqr.itc you
HO, : fine
.: Hai : rjaruKU-J P">pcon! turning;/ 1 end in I'lellri' <;J'. li.idifte boiler bend oft! Hut .von IWJ-,t bo very careful: my u.'.ir; :'
pk It 5 i'3 a biTiuiiiiil:: day, and/ tile *.incU are'' i ic the least cold know \\il! affect en.; I Congress!s many years ago, a perfectly temperate
at once for the doctor {f' you your I.
.. : 4' O fear for tint I not man ; and, in point of talents,
. : crowdedJih l.iilics.: '' never: PT am I integrity
"ITptfr1t! hu-5 "I.11,11. I Certainly we had and )Tr. Colburn throat, )1 rs. I Hartley said, earnestly, for now *
. *' I "iIiiI' child} !, the air i is raw, and(t the :| light. drawing at the same time, upon t the and popubrij., his prospects were as flattering
: 'Ticre. 1 "h2 1",1 cxrlauiC'l! the otl'r.it' my pulled the bell with sudden jerk. that her hit-hand; h:1I1.lliJ"tl!. ll off the responsibility i I
fur it' : l lacings of her *ta svith, all her strength.! as thosl any yocng man in tho United .
}
aieduop, only yesterday:
, "I rtw: pavcnii.-nK ; "Tell John," be said to a sen-ant who entered upon her, Ell(- felt t more serious about the I :
raiid tl.e day." I I"Indeed 1 am afrr.id.my child, that you will know! Statos. But Washing fashions and
; throughout
I,; 'Ti.a.! II \(,n I Knew it, .>f course you are : to run for the Doctor, and Fay to him that imtter."O "
Habits much him.
too for
I ; the truth when its convictions will have come were
ma'ouaretoo
:/ tint M al! invuhrd," jcmaikcd the friend, nut such, that I cannot particular.breathethe we wish to sec him immediately, as Julia is I I fihrill )be carrfnl ma* ; but there ;is nodanger. too late." And the mother sighed. !drove him to private life. He Dissipatiot:
am a one ; reforne
puny '
1iii1y.! : I sick. I How I do other girls! along ( J' '
very get
; You S1ttrouLIc lecturer
give yourself UI11f'Ce! a- came a temperance an
fresh air. I 1 eempl3
: ,\il.t I Yes, I Imt I am though, to the) am sure am as healthy as II I .' Ye', sir." And the servant hurried a- Other girls have better constitutions than '' t tI
Emetine Todd Florence Williamson; and bout my lacing, the daughter said. ry meml>erof tho Church. His exhortationsin
or
!1ue: of:.Ivc; t'jt.u-jr.nd dollars!/ !
: ,
: ; them ten minutes way. I you have, Mary; don't forget that. You cannot I j No, Jane, I do not; and to convince you times of great revivals are said to have e-
"And! you knew\ I be, was going to fail {en i I saw : go by only\ ago. You say, that she has very bad pain in bear, the smallest exposure, and so must '
those of the
4< You fcuscoptible of cold f, Julia. that my fears are well grounded, I have pro- quailed most eloquent tliT; =:,liv
arc '
1 knew ho tmM" fail : r.nd ba\e been going very her tide ?" said Mr. Colburn, moving wards be extremely careful of "OtH lf." :
At the old haLits
You know that yesterday complained of cured two small drawings' !', one exhibiting the ing. length were forgottenand
for s week : to soil his note to a bro. you the door. "Don't fear ma' I shall take of rI
pat j I care
bore throat, and I have heard cough : my. truo form of tin human chest, and the other : he was sent to the Senate. He took his <
3 ker, without recourse ; but, have !put it off: a you 0 yes, and it almost makes;: her scream 51.1 f." !I i '
I several times the wish :| its unnatural compression: by lacing, on purpose seat an QfTff"rr\nc'and a.Christian. -
through day. Ideally (xcmpIr\<
; snd! now J must coii'c ill, I suppose, for a (!i would out at every breath she draws." I On the next evening, arrayed in her thin to rnl k.impression on your miaL-I '. again, the tem'pttons were

t.; meagre compromise of some thirty cents in a ; you 441 wont not go unless out. that I "I Where do you feel pain, my dear ?2" the :I ball. dress, and light satin slippers, Mary Hartley -u Here you see the true form of the ribs, swelling -t too great for him. His struggles him
;x' doU! ; It is bad :" ;I go, you say may, father asked anxious tenderness
r. (')II 1 with entering awaited! the arrival of Mr. Williams.
I out broader descend to free self were gigantic, and the assistance of
and the tears came into Julia's iudica- as they give one
Well. Popplcton, we grow wiser as we ', ting the sacrifice she would eyes make, ifcompelled his daughter's chamber, and going up to .u Hadn't you better put your thick shoeson action to the heart and lungs ; and here is tIe of nature's noblest of women, his wife, secured -
': ;po.; older," remarked the friend, whom we great the bed-side. Mary?" asked her mother, :l.ud take mal-formation the continued external for him the Bathe
i remain home. ,by compression sympathies everybody
: at
; \lill call llarvcy. 44 Bought wit, they say, is: to I 0 pa', it is all through my right side and slippers with you ?i" I .
I This touched her mother's feelings, and your of a young lady's stays. You see j I II would have his sprees, and he lost his re .
I''ft. in another I _
You be
) "
will hardly caught shoulder. 0 ma'Vha is the of it. I have
tach : she! said: I do not wish to deprive you of i no, use I that the ribs, instead! of swelling out as they collection. Like most politician!, be lef of .'
a scrape your anticipated pleasure, Julia. It is only It is very bad, Julia only to step into the carriage and out a- descend, are all pressed forward, so as near flee miserably poor.'At the close of ha term .f
";Xo, that I will not! Popiileton. rceponc It scenas if a knife were run through "'
B because I fear: for health that I object gain. Iy to meet, thus lessening\ the cavity of the and of Mr. Polk's administration, to keep ;
!! } I i your 1
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to" < emphatically.Harvey me, breath I draw. And the But have to step the pavements,
to walking out to-day." I every poor you upon chest nearly one half of its dimensions. Is it popular and so good a man from despair end
1 after lounging in Mr. Poppleton'sfoutiting.rooni i your ] girl actually screamed out with the acutcnessof and they are cold and damp at this season.
for ball an hour, returned to i But, indeed, ma', there is no danger.See .- Colburn." possible, my child, for those vital organs, the ruin, although it came out of Gen. Taylor'sterm
1 have on III thick soled shoes. And I Iwon't the pain. member Julia heart an I the lungs, to be in a healthy con the Senators unanimously, and ,
!1.is i ) Whg
own etore. I Poor child! the father 44 Colburn the street hour
ejaculated compassionately Julia was on an ; Democrats
j' dition under tho.so circumstances Surely signed a for Mr.
44 lias Mr. Campbell been heicT'? he askedcfino stay long. his hand her forehead herself when there cal sn
laying she told me so we were
I 44 Indeed I afraid Julia the mother upon not! Your own waist i is fast receiving this him to Russia, and was appointed to
am ,
of tho clei ks. i I II that cold with and she said she knew that she
was a clammy perspira yesterday, ,
'I urged, though half relenting. The daughter unnatural form, and unless you can be pre mission. His unfortunate career there is well p
"Y and he waited for "
you some twenty would take cold.
i Juick to this. tion.In vailed upon at once to abandon your folly, known Since his return, we have heard nothing _
:. cr: tlirt" minutes, was thc icply. I was perceive the mean time, the mother had orderedhot "She must be a very strange girl to expose!:
-the for which of him until this
:'There, I knew he would bo here to-da3'!2";I r "hour.$;:iy"yes, ma'! Do I won't stay but water to be brought into the room, with hers(U'wben she knew that she would take your now I living-die after days days days of your most important you are We have seen melncb01J affair.man enter

"l"tu\r..teJ\ harvey, striking his lust upon the an" which she now saturated large folds of flannel Co1 d." duties, vill be rendered a burden to and Congress perfectly ,and leave it totally
An hour in the street would be sure togive you temperate
llllllef.f \ j. and applied them, as hot as could be "So I thought then. But, indeed ma',
violent cold." more thau all, you will be nnably to performthe I ruined; but we never knew one who hadso
f "lluLla: llC would like to have seen you you borne, to Julia's side, in the hope of producing there is: not the least danger; I can run across most dear and sacred offices of woman'slile. efforts him
I a save so ineffectually
I but I don't bo in the many ;
0 to street t
I (!:\ much, added the clerk, before elm-I: expect temporary relief. The irritation thus occasioned the pavement in an instant, and then it isallov Mr. have in
In? ,ili Jrriht;; A: Co., for the twenty cases all the time. I have: halr- .Jozen calls to allayed, in some degree, the acute- r. I dislike troubling Mr. Williams with i as Hannegan..e now our
I You all this to frighten me, ma'. mind three in our own term who killed them
f make and shall be in the house two thirds of say
prmfs, of which he was FJ'r>:lIdng. HeW'J of the but not sufficiently to shoes it is always unpleasant to do so. I "
ness pain, produce ; selves.
Mr.
the my I do! not, my child ; it is solemn truth. : Hannegan has tried to do so
list time.
I l' ho would rather have had your as. i the desire relief ; she was still in great Some young ladies like to give their company But I cannot believe that the first of the I several times ; but he lived to kill his wife's
Mrtrafnt of patterns at the same price, if you Well, Julia, I suppose I must say )'cs'-I when the physician arrived. Ho look all the trouble they can: but I think it brother tho best friend his
'rould Remember I agony drawing represents truly the shape of the : save wife, he had
Rut
I do it
agree to his tenns." reluctantly. I her condition for he uhere it can possibly be .
ed grave when he saw wrong to give any ribs." in the world. That he wishes he was in
rT.(gree to his' terms ? Be I would!- .look for you home i in an hour: and do not,I feeble i poor
% urc well knew that her constitution was avoided. Why do you not believe it, Jane? Duncan's place, we have no doubt. Whatan
*.'I Loh wants }better terms"Kian cash these I upon "any account, remain long in the and unable to withstand, without a severe Well, I suppose you must have your own O, it is only one of the many schemes got I I awful comment this is upon the evil effectsof

JW.Mtis too bad!1" This last E'jncu1a-1: street."0 I shall be careful." And thehiglit.heartcd shock, so violent an attack as that under way about it. But, indeed, Mary, I would up to frighten young ladies; but I am not one intemperance It was the first drop that _

J.n u-as made to himself: as he i. no, maiden very from her moth which she was evidently laboring. His first rather see you wear your thick shoes. You of the class that is easily alarmed." ruined Hannegan. He is now about mid

counting-room, where ho continued.Aiat .- glanced effort towards subduing tho disease, was to will take your cloak of course." The mother put away her drawings with dIe age of man, and may yet live to t avety
I a tnost consummate fool I knew er's presence like a sunbeam. bleed her freely, which soon reduced the pain ; ladies throw their cloaks and the finish her useful but there is b _
: I'.* would bo True to her word, Julia returned at the O yes, all young sigh, young lady wont onto man ; great probability that
; here this afternoon, and I intend and other remedial agents, such as the case '
lightly ovor their shoulders. Ah! there is the toilet-not, however, without some reproach he willcornmitsukide..
bl\8 to accept hia terms. His cash would end u I of an hour. back said her mother seemed to require, were then used, and in carriage now," she added, as a vehicle stopped es from the monitor within. Although she This tragedy will do much toward enact

carried: mc clear through to-morrow, am glad you are course of an hour, much to die joy of the parents at the door. pretended not to believe the pictured representations ing the Maine Liquor Law in Indians, and
i iad we can predict be enacted
they
'.ntil: ll I I since went I hope have In a few moments Mr. Williams entered,, yet a co )
am lick death and then ten chan- you away. you 1
as but this stifled. the next session of the
true conviction she .
% cold." ber.But and found Mary ready to him. were ; legislature.Microscopes. _
to not take'i accompany
1es one, if I'm not otetted. Fool fool, this condition.
was only a
temporary
pi I
l am!1" 0 no, ma I I feel in a glow all over'-I the You must be careful not to let her take Three years from that time, a young mother -
and tho thronged When the physician came on next morn cold Mr. Williams," said Mrs. Hartley, in a. bent in tears over a sweet babe, that lay .
; W.-H It is delightful out streets are ,
j is fool remarked the clerk had returned with
no a ing, the pain though not her bosom. Upon
the of the
upon ezaming edge sharpestrazor
14 with ladies. 'I should not have been tone of conceUl.
:f e principal retired to his counting-room, its original,knifelike acuteness,and there was Dear little ono! How can I put a- with it'will
you a
08 home for an hour yet, if I hadn't prom. 0 I will be careful, madam ; the', microscop appear-fully
informed very
wing that he had missed A goodtflIer. with it much fever. It is needless to tracethe ?t' she murmured, How can I resign as broad knife
away -rough, on*
lie knew would he ised you. of the disease. At the end of windows of the carriage are all closed. a
Campbell progress the of another? I cannot indeed and full
to arms even, notches furrows.' 'An
.4vr; and wanted and The cheeks of the maiden wore a heightened fourth its violence abated A sigh escaped Mrs. Hartley's bosom, a* you an
to sell him his goods, the third or day, i husband, I cannot!" exceedingly small needle iron
g \\h"et OUt. f the way at the very' moment. color, and her eyes sparkled with unu. but not until it had almost spent the life that she saw Mary glide across the pavement and But my Jane," the husband tenderly replied, bar. But the sting of a imble thiOUIhthe an
eli her mother' noticed and she did
thiS II a world." anal lustre. These ; sustained it slowly did Julia Colburn recov- enter the carriage, for not feel at ease
; lifo
queer health requires the instrument
nay, your very same exhibit .wber
also, an almost. imperceptible. huskiness. of **_ f_*._, *l_iA Bt.rA..A. illrft koa, lint U'ltli....... ,n. j.nncitiUf in her mind. your eve
: ITUIU 111'* ecvciv IUIICBD vut witeu- sacrifice ; hour; that our dear little one the most beautiful polish' i .
-'Does Mr. Yielding stay here I "asked aOt1t the voice ; the latter, she thought, at timee, tution so enfeebled, that she could scarcelybear It \vi s nearly three in the morning when !lies at every breast, saps the foundations of flaw, blemish or and it t.I
your
t man with a big stick in his hand, which was only imagination ; still she felt uneasy, the slightest exposure. Mary returned. has ineoalt1.
:e pought to the floor with an emphatic and mentally blamed herself for having yiel- How late you have staid, Mary! Mrs. your heat.ol'is physician decided, point too fine to .dlscere 'Ihe tr I." .
doubt
and to his skill and of fine lawn the
rap. ded to her daughter's ,importunities. There "You look very bad my dear," said Mrs. Hartley remarked, as she opened the door a are cor. ya wit
discernment let another; then for which made for
perform anchors.
; are
That i ia my name ald the clerk bow- was cause for her uneasiness. Julia, whose Hartley, who with her daughter Mary, a delicate l. for her daughter. ropes
babe the You need not ilk web
o
lag constitution was a very delicate one, had taken girl of seventeen, had called in to see "But you ought not to have set up for me our eoa.non wor'a appears perfectly trecotli "
love her less and unconsciousof and and
'Ab, very w'l1-, said the' man taking I cold, and long before nightfall, was Julia,after she was able to sit up in her cham all this time,ma'." the wi b al shining, every wbers.quL.. Tb.smaUestdotthatfsms4ewithapen. .

fro QJ hi,roek..t-n. bundle of and care- troubled with a slight pain in her side, ,running ber..e What did yon say bad been the mat. The quick ear of the mother detected a : ehae. .-" i'1

fj]1.1O kiD' over.them.. .'papers' You superseded Up towards her shoulder every time she ter with her, Mrs. Colburn t" change in the sound of her daughter's voice. "But you know not, dear husband, a mothers !irregular and uneven., Bat th little, .

debt.for Thomaa''pp1'f.ou.I? believe i some I took amore than OMisllr long breath.' Although Something of the pleurisy." It; was evidently hoarser than it was when unutterable 10 for her first born, helpless on:the wings or bodies insects ,

art onthi I she had her mother's she with her early in.t the evening but innocent babe. O, I could lay down I to be the accurate eirl How miguiloeat t
ago," did you,not! ,Inquired theo obeyed injunctions .Indeed! That was bad. parted ; the works \\
bin; drawing: for h ajinpor: ,andJo k ;,t1P! to !rotarn"within an hour, yet 'tho'had "'"She went out, one pleasant afternoon, about she did not remark upon it '_ my life for my sweet one!1" are 0 Go! '- 1

e/ace of the'young man/ ... 4..0 ..I rctnained'in the,street-neaily tho-wfaole time I ten days ago,'when the pavements were It wa, perhaps- hour after Mary had And the young mother again gave way to Tewretchwhopth.foOowicjg 1-1t'J

a d'y f(v..., J did-aiu!what of it 1" t : ofber-abeeDce,. 'daring which the damof.tbo"pavement.Iw esa I damp'from a'.recent rain,and took a violent retired to her room.which ,adjoined that oC'' tears, and clasped her babe wit a' ItDg expired after committing. : thsd..d: .... : I 1
'
'ot b."sMJJ o1y 'be haa failed to com !' thoroughly .penetrate*: I cold." her parents, that both of the latter were aroused convulsive .efort to her' ; Why is a.c oatthat _hal ''ot ItkITSIIke I I"

l; WLrd "'itli the. wony, : d ;r ciQ ook.v taborloot: : :; a_ -- &: .1 That: was very imprudent, Julia," Mrs from partial sleep, by, her load. ADd grew cam.r'and feat UU and thoughtful, a discret friend 1 &O Ai,ft's got J :

: IOU for It:' ': .-' dO' / ;. _I The pain')In'her"side' continued'dowlrto: Hartley: 'asid. ." Yon must be more careful convulsive coughing. (oking i its innocent sleeping face. to the place cccu n, t j
''&mPhl "There, I knit! I knew it!1"' cnlslrm" Thus she eat silent for mitmtes o wher'you'v.. I' .
,
;- I ,knew it! reno wi s: ttre .ct't.hiantl increase'; :but' Julia was unwilling .to mention .: hereafter", I many ; ten, '
\ I Uca thai it would :Mrs Hartley, in a stressed voice. I knew her she looked with a saris th ngh Never -i in dbf. a i 1
weak ..;h to 50 that fellow's if, for she felt that /bhc had: been imprq But I had not the least L : L 1. lifting: rjr go :; '':'

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0 :, PLATPO Judge Broome's Speech. Eatings of Whig Fanaticism. Presidential.
mtited evertake
THE FLORiDIAN & JOURNAL ., The oWcratlc nomination U ecery'whr .
OnWedoeeday lasVJndgsErocme, uur candidete We
TULTIXOIE cotvrIoc uOLtTIOYL present the fjftowing cpftnmrt f the manner with the envire cnce of the T'ty. Hj wii1, 14- ;

:. f: r Rreled, That the Amoricao Democraej place for Governor, addressed the people of'Leon County, in which the free-soil whig pn-M of the North intend youd all qwrtto/therouguly acqnw mute it* hitherto diaor-

... :. their trnst ia the inteUi xe, th} patrirtism, and ..TM.rLnAsgEa according to appointment in this city. The thy wa Co conduct the
; I the diicriininf.tvi 'j ttioe i>f tl Ataencca pecpV.jMi't.i pleasant end! fair, an J the attendance on the occasion ground on which they rely to defeat him. The extract efgr. The ticket V veil calculated to disarm domestic copy bebw,from whig aai aeatral
t ? ; ,. '; '4 / Tbtt ve rcgnrd this us a distinctive SATURDAY,3UE 19, 1852. After "iKHtility and ditfotc thlwp ofsuceesa into the from their corre poad iU, tbefr estimaU of
quite respectably. announcing himself the La from the Boston Atlas the of ,
an leading whig journal strenuou.4 effort
L .! f.atnre cf our jjaliticil erwJ, which we jproui to spiiilof the party, 'wh2e.h impels it to before the American
." ,-' r&tintain before the trorl-j as the great moral cleaientla TERMS.-Three Dollars per annum, if paid in. candidate of the Democracy for the office of Governor Ne F.ngbmti: n
'.O 4 1 a form of MVemment springing froni arid upheld advance; S3 SO if pnid withh tix months of the time -made FO without hb agency or desire-and declaring The proceedings of the Convention from first to 1 1 ho character rf the nomjrti'>nn, in regard to sectional National Convention. Thew totiiaooiol,,

: by thO popular. rill ; and we coctrast it with the Advertisement his determination to resort to no artifice and iclopt Inst have been of a moat sectional ami anti-national d'nisionc. moreover, is will adapted to the object \jag from disinterested source, cannot UL to
l' r.eIan1 practice of federalism, under whatevertmrneW of subscribing; and 4 00 at tie end c f the yeir.: cliara'-tcr. It lu bwn Southern and nothing but nought The ticket has ft Northern and a Southern iu the democratic rants the utmost Zeal fcxf'

9 i I fena, Trhicli leeks to-palsy tbe will of theo *, OncDoPur per square of 12 line* for first, no time-serving Jtilicy, even if.by BO doing lie could Re- South* m. The great N4ztla.ith its three-fifths of thopopuration (licE'. Tho leading democratic pn jrs in the North, behalf of their candidatet

$ '.. xBtitucnV and which conceives no Imposture too and Fifty Cents for all subsequent insertions. Announcements cure his election, he proceeded to contrat-t the principles And representative and electoral ctrenjjth.ha so far aa they have vet spoken upon the subject lay urn b aod TT feel

;' accitrou. for the popular credulitv. of candidates, Five Dollais] each, drops of the old Federal party under tic) ldr Adam Wen treated ia of no aocount. An ultra Southern sp .-ial t trei upon tV fact that Gen. ljier e did not highest gratification at having it b onr power notoqiy

.i. .iI "Revivedthmfort.. That Vntert&5ningr these and Marriage -' with those of tin) : Republican party und( r Mr. J-fftr- spirit luvs pervaded the CV>nx ention. JU uomiimtii.n i iu rer-Iv to the enquires of Mr. Scott and iusiat That alnrxn [ to commend .to them, but to the entire pcopl f
1 bo in advance.
riews, tlw Doaacwiuc pwty of this Union, through to paid Religious, Obituary : )thing hOt national, nnd rave only in name any thing though the comnpruInie moasnrcs have bis genrnlapi.roval. Florida, men so eminently worthy in
l : their delegate *uetTb1ed. in a general convention, Notice*, cot exceeding 12 lines will be published eon. He dearly -ho\ved that the Alien and Sedition lint il I.1necfltiC. Tlie platform they have finAlly a- ." hi is not committee! to their findily an'iI and every resntet f

) .j a : naiag together in n pirit of concord, devotion to gratis. pfyo? ccrtifie.it of the publication of estate Lawa were the legitimate fruit of the! -erinc l "f l.x-r doptcd and promulgated ia in its ] >lf.icallatitude ninny I ha no tlispoitiuii to 1)tlt ClOWn freedoui of ''peec1i their confidence support

1 a the AjcUiov* aadftidi of a fre representative gov or legal notices r-t detciiption will be gi\en con tnic
: I; irnccot, and appealing to their fellow ituens for the any that theywcre swept fnmi the statute l book by the faUely call themselves, have yet ventured to go. I Po'I. which also repudiates the resolutions adoptPil by Republic the organ of the admrobtmiun and wticularly

I < < ;f. 1: r<*t'.tutJc their iatcatiocs, renew and reaseit before until the advertising fee is paid._ old! KepuliiicaiM under the. leadership of Mr Jerer'lL 'All this want ofiiat.i.'nalitsand all this tilerieiiev the Convention as wit I*>ut authority or Ll ifling force.It invite attention to that portion flie's the
: e Arnmwo people tie aefflarauan? of pnuopie. a- to ecttaii.'inu I? *J'F.. ',wed liy them when, on firmer occ-vinns, ia cenerfil DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. who put forth the doctiinc of strict cons>tr.iction n th -all they have ?;ud and Ii>ne.e They tnnlwiHedlr apeak the scrr e of the commit article which we Lave italicized :

.I fttiTeation, thee have presented their candidates I true princiiles] to I be applied in determining thr powers \\ sep it in tin ir nominntion and en
,:$ &r tjo jxjpukr znr&get: : ** FOB PRESIDENT OF THE OTTED STATES *. granted by the Constitution.Pursuing thi idea Franklin Pierce, whix highest) if not only reeonimen1 1 a., sp'.z. iiIU thf wn** vftlif Conrrntion.TIi. .- strength that it may be well enngi 10 tt_
: .. II 1.powers. That tie federal government i ii cue of limited iklion appears to have IH-VII his complete and abject resolutions were"not adopted by those who nouniintd tion. He comes from a small State Unit hoi d*
0 4 derived ealel from the constitution, anJ the FRANKLIN PIERCE, he traced crnciM'ly the history of partiV" cud t-howtd dcvotii'ii to the ileiiimida of the South. No man has the candidate. They were not put till a large been democratic. He possewes. there fore.BO '

.) T pants of p'>wer therein ought to be strictly construed OF NEWHAMPSHIRE.roi the effects of these resjx-ctive doctrines upfin the ac I Ition ever earned for himelf more deservedly the nputatlin uuRilxr of the delegates hail withdrawn : they were taut local advantages. If be had cumefroma

4. by nil departments and ageuta of the government ; of the G4) ( rnmojit ; die cue leading to a rnin< 'ii.-j jt of a nv'st thoronyh-pa'-ed d.ugh fiu-p. JJeCiivn* not debated not considered, not even heard ; a eonsidembl nr doubtful State-frrm New York or

I ,,. mJ that it is inexpedient and dangerous to esctcise i f the and the John 1'. Ilnlo had th iimuline to ri fuae to nssut totho nunilier of those present vnted against them, his local strength might hate been an impotstit,
: VICE rflr.TDENT : exj'cnditure > public nn-ncj-s exerci'-c '
,,,' doubtful constitutional poweis annexation of Texas, he wai villitied. denounced an-i tboN who tai'l n\e, ili'l not know to what they meat in the earrvaM. Ore other point van U,
4 S 2. That the c.-n-rtilution des not confer upon WILLIAM R. KING doubtful jmd dangei'ius powrr*, \ili 1-t th > oti.tron-: and ovtiaeized zt the high behest of Franklin 1'ieree. wf ro giving their applause. The pn-t.wv of pasnin? ed. lie represents Mr. Manuall idea'cfw

It the general government the power to commence fIned the Gciu-ral IJoviir.nieiit; withhi the fphcrvoij The dDVratie j'iurn.ils that had dared to take similar res'hitions, of adopting a platform of political belief hich wns exhibited as the great card ut ifirufcricn .

K. -* 'S i and carry ca a general system tif iuteroal improvetaruto. OF ALABAMA. it. le iurwtc duticf- Touching upon the artu.n of, r.'uIiiIs and di iiouiK t. the wlii>le sh tne in all it* nic'er such circumistaijees ix the ineittt furce in the to the same extent that it \rt nU b* rtpi
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.. the lUltimcre and Florida Conv< ntk.ii* >;ij .n themb-j I blftoknes wi're dii\cnby his mnnn j m ntto cat tJi. ir I jcorW a proceeding as destitute rj'moral forct nit if eJ br a mummy jtet unrolled by V-. (J'iJ.l.n.! 3?
%L 3. That the constitution does not confer authority FOR OOVEKNOK : own wors, rir.l fall info the support of that vhieh the imofvtiviti loi'l ben aiixpttd by dizin chance trife theory f Yoitn j America *.**( be aluid.
,. ; ;: upon the federal government, directly or indirectly, jc
,' ? to assume the dcbt* of the several States, contracted JAMES K. BROOm declared hi< detTniinatinn to subiuit to the Compromise i his connexion with the persecution of Mr. Atwood, the which the free-Boil do-! the very antipodes of California. OH th*
the
lie
; 4 ,. a for local and internal incprovcmeuts or oilier Statepurpiaee althoutrh he had IKMII one <-f lit mtu-t determined'opjx '1 nominee <>fliU own party, and his final pros riptM-n \' This wfd intend to ground tho on >oeliinfr contest. \ question Mr. J'i- rce is vidutbtedfy einninitt jej
S I ; nor would such assumption be just or ex FOR CONGRESS : I for the heinous .ffetioe of not gurding the fugitive niovraev wage appri \ Southern tievi; anti in his support Mr. RHi
1 >Ufnt Ho entered ]pretty l.-rgi ly into the intrit* Gei.ernl Pierce will bo ehu'rno.l as a dicided free-Roller
pcLcr.t shive law n' tho! perfection of human wisdom, nr- vell i Lw associate frec-joilorsi.f Lyon and the neiy
& "4. Tuat justice and sound policy irrbid the fed 'ral AUGUSTUS E. MAXAYELL. of the several nifa# embraced in it, shewinj; ihcirinjustkc known. These and these only arc the heroic achievpments -'t all.oukf-d Coiuttitution to jla\ery will principle allow to gal restrict disposed its infi'ido t will have an ample opportunity of manifesting tb L,

govcraaont to f stcr one bronch of juetry to tin to the South with the view of esplaiiiimr his whif-li i-o ptronglv recommend Franklin Pierce an.I.eik theriv ) its growing domination over tli1yh.'y I j tnt to which they are willing (ia iir. R&utuiiFi Wguape

I detrimeut of any other or to cberit the inUrcets tf FOR ELECTORS : farmer piio-itK to them, rind to justify his (Warn- to the ttil.hi.brt i.f the Noith ('.u<>liuti. Mi'biipp5 SIM! and of the Kepublic.-Xtw York ) to eat Southern dirt.'*
: :' one portion to the injury of an'>.bt.r portion of our (h'rTa nullifi'-rs aiwIwlJib y.ivfl.Im tl.-ir! cork dtstiny I j With regard to the Vice Fi-esi'leat, it may trig u'ovumcd
McQUEEX McINTOSh, of Dutal County, thin that be did lint regard tin-in i in a "fiulityin Ti.?n>. t
oommon country; thst every citizen, nnd ev>ry section -uj.jHirt ; anti? nil this ii. plainly; ; cm i.gli r.voweil !ii% that many e>f Mr. Kings friends m ytl
'I of the couatn*, has a liifht to .umand and'insistnn t IJ. CA ll A WA Y Sh1i'1I 1 ofJr/erson. principle and in FiiVt.incc- the'er.-c In \\ ] Iu. that them in the all-ged gr juu-J of their auin nod st] Slf.'ild *!;cli a el ini ns i h4 linre intimalod be sot upri' f with r*-H on. from hw long piionce and bin 4

1Pn equalitv cf righta aud privileges, and to com, MAJ. JCSSE COE, of Jackson erprchson is nn1crstt bv many ptr'oTv X-.rth and j ; nbcmrnulitv l nil! find nn ample contradiction in the sriiheil sorvioc'. that he shou i hivt-occupied tK.Jnpi <

S picte tad ample protection - | ( i1 tl-li pjweimcn cf whi fanaticism the Union b wh"Io t.-tior of (fiend rierc; *;' pat life an well as in ice em the tichet. It I< n<>great honor t< the dUtavguished
Iroua domestic violence or fu-eigu i"n. Scrator from Alxl-i-i.a that he should
apgre J Paper for the Campaign. j jFrun not he to Mate that if Callfornu ;> ?( O.ir leaders will i/c in uhivb his ia the North Ij -arto fojj ,
6. That it in the duty of cveiy branch r-t the j a finility mui. proceeded : [ r\\i- at on<'o rcci-i the a- till! testimony opponent sec >ndiiry potitiorf. It e-u luiriily l< dumej in lCA'e

government to enforce owl practice the inert rigid ccoDfffly -. this time until the mult of the election i* should di t : .in" to pop,lit s-lavtrv viihin! her | bo\v lin iiocje the mar of a f.innticwm which pi'f.r-> l-"s position now and heret fire on the sectional that he h.in.ltilirnclfwith! any i La! tf nlunaUexalUtion. !

4, ia cjnductiaj our public aituirs, and that nnrarre loiown, we will fuinish the .F'icriian d', Journal at lind's, or cha.il; rnncliiile to divi.lc h"r t< ri-i.rs; "O !' the predominanC'' of wii! ab., iti' nini to tho prticeM (juiifi'in.: That p'-siti n !iinprc'jKiU1.. No effort, -Ho yi.-.b.! no d.>'ibr. to the seenifogp,,]

.. t. revenue ought to be raised than is trcjuiied todrr' the following rtts : to orgam/e a nw State with a piox-i-ion in f.tv'r -fshwery. the jitrpi-tuity of the tri.i.n. 'Jliey) \\ill sec ui it aa !-" no i-iatlcr froru what directii.n it niny corne. eon make ical cxigcne-es ,f the day. and i is gr.tefu.! that UJT oo
I the necessary: expenses of the government.tn of the nice denounced by Vour America Lu been
a; J for the gmJaJ but certain extinction cf the pub3. Single' Cuf ke, One D liar.fc'ix'Opks. he wot Id tint' c'm=iut to 1 be; Iv.unii; iy the 1 Kt! >riotw tcntiinony to "that firm aril 1 c.nrtgeoui uatiMiality 1 it s-i-pe&r that h I ic' f>r .1 momentffrse Five D 'liars. '
:t I I.iiItLt., Thirteen Ten D-i!! >r principlis of thf> Corr.piT'miw" f'> 11re n ]h-r potirn. of spirit which i i-i at this monu-nt the aniva- nn.l unvi ;MIiij! oppot-I'Ion! to free-soil Ijiiaticism [ The next ifrom the National Intelligencer:
1 Copies
,
'. That Csajrcw LFJ n pCT to charter ana1 1 Twenty Copies. fifteen Dtfirs. In thnt sense he ',' ;(c n,>t ij.tr awl i.evr. r wo-Jd bo a tin:: |i'rit '>f the tinuod tIn::. bank thit believe such fostitutba of ,
: dadiv hoatiUty; to we the best interest nn* of the count one rv, : At those raU, piymcnts must be ft. idly in finality n'an. Slmu'd, howr-vrr, the prii.e-ij.-! f-f tie than r.ny <.tlifr ;'* eharaeleris? purr.iivnds IVitnk'n : As t.) v-hat thc J-'fuhiy Post ays of the re*olu- than inoet pewfili! *. owin to l.is aervkes in eeroittat -

V .'Lr.gertu% to oir republican iustitutiIs awl the 1ibrtM a'b'.u'p. Conipromi at-i er'tn'hd f.-r by nianr. have* npr.vpective \ Pi. ree to tho .lomwrath party[ a. the n .nn f r the TI.I'-- rf tli- Coti ciiti'.u on th? C.,'aiIri mi.--e nail fn.-I1 t public .*tati.'r.9, but yet I'-a than if a.iy otter of 4I

of the people, hind ciici.it'd t .1cc the hui- r.pp'ii'.Viion! r.r.y movt ir.-it! in (Mf: < n.ia ti'Ti-p. He i ia mri'i wi<-> nites: no t.-rw* v.ith a .li-. tiv>- la\c law, aud the ri.nni.r tf tli'iir ail.-pli'jn, we I entlein Convention.<>n who were In honored the year by i S33.votes Le in txk the Lit Democratic

I nd tf the eQuitry ithn the cntit1i.t a Appointments of Judge Broorne.Jug. !; \x ih refu-ivncc 11 ihc intnvhirlii :i f slivr: ; thi re, J ti'M.inU. His vttioltLUtory shows if, ('.n the Ehowina- fU"i s the iiaik- i.f the uiit'-r of the N. Y. Journal iii Ct.ngressits a Rt-preat-utatie frt.ni the State wit ofi
l and abox-c the laws aud the xuil of the |
,
4 I J money J
ti >n. in Uiis awl all other fmati .ul nifaFiircN upon \ull addrcM tho pcrp'.i at the flowing places: ho wotil.I novor jancti.ii, but r-ouM: warnilv tho ? f't i'flC'.r :ni ei.il of aiti i s.kvcryni'itni! -n. ]f,, -. Th reolulii \\ere piintc-'t and ready: to l-f. pre- became a Senator fr'.r3 t7.e sam Snite, serving tiere
which isuM' have been iiade between the the m.l cu he d iv Inf.re Oen. I'ur'.e's i.i>;niiiij>i'in ; al o for eventl year ail r whwh h< retired to the
txvo jwliliral On Saturday: the CGthinst. at Qumcy. ; nnd zealously 5i>t.iin the ;vcrei n li i4ht? of C lifori.io. -, smis n pl.-itform f s.eti..nl tr.i.qiiliy: : a tL
the hire
In
f the hnxe Jcmoii-triiled. and .ithotjh! ) p.l.!ieity was not in: ri.led t>> be civen practice of the U'.v. Mexican war, it
.S 4114 l putics fitij pr.ic.ticr.I couhtry iricn <>f,all ]>aileR.! tl.i-Ir eouuvlne-fcs lcan-, j At Walcona, (Maii-.uX Hi-ads,) Jcffcnsuu ccuntv.on : Again .T.i.iijo Bioomr owed: that: thi- lindhtyj.iincijile reM.ltfan 'Ij'crv.aiiee if the rk-hfa fi every p -f-t.i: 1 ;: tli'-t-i) until thir :..ioj.tion. coj.ies) in ni.tnuscript of the served as a Brigadier Geiitnil, TOfigniu; his commi -

bafcty. h'fi utility iu all businos pursuits. | Tuesday, the Clh ,Tuir. npplie* a* well to the l. v prohifiliinif, iI't.r secured by the CuLwtituli auJ tho Li\\a to euft.rci- re < luti.'n 'to al..l.*by anil a.1.ere to* the compromise. Isionat the close of the war, awl gun rctunung to

*' 7. Thit the fcpj'ralion <>f the nvjcys tf tho govcrmncnt -\ At Montkvllo, Thursday, the fth. a pctinlty: of th'- 1 loof j>n>prty.. all fa''S cf iIe.roc, ; its pnnUiiis. j in<;Ii.ilirir! the fugitive slave law. am! ileclnrtu; that private lif. His experience Las therefor*been pt
., fiom Uinking; institutions is inlii.-pcuK-ible) : A>r At Madison C. II, on Saturday, the I Oth.At taken m the Diitiif t of Columbia fur that On; just thiproun.1 the oriran f ti] <> uhijrs r f N. v. the latter stio'iM i.r't be nui.-niieti so as to impair its tient to an ext Dtt qualify should him U>the admuJster tbs
'itthe CJovernni'-nt
Ii1irI- the! $Ion'-f n.fnitxrs. anti fice-. t affairs people cal
the eafi-ty c-f tho funds t'f the Mid the nViey-wie In: [p .cs
rights of the people. guvcruuitut IVit Hamilton (Madison County,) on Tuesday In-tea 1 ef do.jjing tl i< prlncij.-! be rin>i>l-rvd aatho Etizlan.; fijrc.ly .J.-iioimus l.iuIt- ihnrfje ain-i L Iv, t'i.'iih! io>'ifl'J
8 Tbt the liberal ]ninomlo5 i.nb.'ied byJcT( tho IGth.: I -ettle-d jKi'ii-y of th- (;Jtniral (:'vi'i-li1.R-lit .JtalZ(, him: i N, ihat :f he boketeJ the c.tnie i f unti, i s'jtvtnI tenr but it* 1srat'oh' g'vi.s g'-n.-rally known (hip spirit

.. sen iu the Declrration ol Indcpctidi, uco, iii1 I sanctionedia At Clifton: on WoJne'div the 1 Ulu Prw-inc dcclnroil that he wouM oppo r.ny nnd r.lloIToits I ai.iti; ; is all up. Spread tii! charge f.ir uvl! vkKt -. of t the! llilitor of this |':iper rxitniuied that resolution Of "the eminent eentfcmin (the Hon. "WuTLra E.

the c' stitutii n, xluch iraicc ou lb Liud f ]li'iTty At IVJvilltf HauJlt.-n I'ouutyu Thursday tb<- to fjfifml it either with refore-nce, to the ltrict>: t make it known to the p r>3'' thi it i h the war cry otankti.4ixl e. in nt.itiusctipt, aij-J! proeitrt-.l! it to IA' seen bv another., King Vice,) who was selected who by the ka Convention> him forth
f.nd tie asylum of the oppre* .r l t-f tv.'iv n.iti'.n ; S<> .r.ni"-t was th* feeling* to the platf nn, that Prf.t'Jfnfy n. one ws can say
iiave; ever bcea cardinal ]>! in the DiTniocra'lefJlb K.th.At:. i.f Columbi.i, or to the States. Xcc"! wp r.'ic what! ; r._ ij-t Franklin I'i.rcaulLu ch-ct:1 tin r.-wa" \ve \ diti.re to a-.iy, wareely n rnc mber of the au ht pcreonHUy in his dispraise ; still less can we,

; nnl every attempt tatri j.c the piiiegcotI.tco3iing : .Tasprr, an Saturday th" ICili.Aip..iu1m.'rt Southern man: \umM IKin f.ivi.r <.f it \ V. homulil Ii j v.ouiil li> M.r<\ -vrri if th JM-OJ !.> were IK t. a ir l lt i.i. t'ibII'i--m.t ti-.n, f-r a. promirt'! nt initiMor. who did not dis- whu' Live known him from the beginning of hit ]pub.

citizens and the owner' of eui amon u I fr the Eastern District will bo publihud -i i ii not oppo'-c thft A try tiit ilawnint; cf nn t.I tnfitm aitiiy ick 4-f terrors! of whiz r 'liey an Tthe ivf: tine*ly krmw that the prin'-J| l <-f the fug-itive slave lie career. We wonder indeed, thinking of him
i atu-i.ipt law ha-1 been eni''reI| bv the r.- '>!utions aiiop'tcil inConinittt1. we il'! ., that the ConveLtim; did nit seek relief fan
b u-sisted with '
tic
vught tot< ? fr.inc: tjiirithioh : an.l f.i of hi .iniir.i.-trj.lii! ,
; incur mxT. l tho of that law i fei-noy )'n n ae* *' r : r<.
I < principle" Will. rof. n-no t< its dilemma! by selecting one s.> able experienced and
wept the alien: juiJ sedition lax\s IVviu our sUituteIxx.kv It was cit Some < f Jtidcc Urooiiic"* Gadsdoi fi i.>nds having the j-.at, ,Judo I'r-i.r.ic place* hirnelf en the I7->-oIntioii B it tin chivf value of this tc tim"iiy of the Atl.i! : Voi :k h-s-gati.n! an 1 t14r pronL'i'.nt fricndi. | u K-X2.-pionib e for the prinipd office i.t-teiJ eif tin
5jT" < :
: nn I it* hiii'irc: 1 pii: l-, k thf li. Kt witidi it second. Without at all designing i to disparage ti,
tiiious
<>ilh i
1
9. Tl.Jit Conjie1! lias no pow'r under the Conti-- made i-ijt for bin: on 1'iiJay the 25th. i.f tie Mttdt-oa C'Ii'C1JtLJfl. nn-l i< npjxsod t'I J-.t! the remarks of the Er'q Poxt are perfectlytuttiial.
an ippJut: gt-nfletnan v. ho bocunie the ch.-ice of the
; tutlon ti interfere with cot.tn 1 thodomeelic iti'titu- C'-ntral pri'cipc! and ra.iu.i.tii.r i'r1.uhj of tLihi .,. respectable
} ;
or ;
,. ': at Ilee-Jy Glade, he -will bv tlvi. on that day, and addiof the fifitation of ihil.. ry"J !e' tion. Wliat i- r-n-)t tI Tiiat paper Las ttrmined not to b jlt as it Convention fur the first office, we should bare thought
tionscf the several States, aud that uoh SU.tt8je the a-iiz-iti-.n.. I It t is t t.o be
eolc end his fell oiii/.jv. I 5; pn t. but he want" ii' ir..re Conip.-cir.i-o< |b/ wlirl.tho .I : plniu to (iCilI.;<| touit tlil ia lSlatid as we no.ed] it wouL I ayaiu Jo! in 1 it more accordant with the fitness of thlozs u irdl
<-w
f .
juclrts < *x-enthing iiniuing t
proper &pp th___ ,_ -A ritin'* ti-i li.* f.M>liri..iti. 1 1 i..i r .,- 4V.-.. *
rijrhts ui the :Smith arc o nni to IH> 'trenkroil. Jt uu.Jcrtafces to as more politic, to nave reversed in* piuons or tm
tbcir owi att.iiri U'>1 prt.hiliitcd by the CuttUion! ; Ia3'an 1 t.crsc.jntIv in enter exJ J
I., thnt all effortP cf the aboilu.zi! Ur ithirs na..c' to Fourth of Jnly.We Finally, Ju.lgc. ohsr i-d npi.n tho A.nrictrti! ; n of ; It, 'vho't apjrf-al i' to atiti slavery Ijnatin'. Ti.:;r:- cu-w., sts tupp'-rt of tle democratic ticket to decry thoplut'r two norniuee*. King's. the name of would which Lave lie is bees a

iaiace Coujiess to interfTC with q'etic'n.: tf slavery! cJl < f the rliir =ns can iio l.pf r Tf- a iloul.r that tinpnrJy f >r which' his tower strength" t > party an ornanien -
are refAu'ftd to a mealing j juf Gen. Tsiylor all the difToi. i f tl-ronjju wi.ich wo havepa i Lid dwn by the party at Dcituucre It is *, or PJJV other. But the C-xivention Jeodidtberwae
.. or to take incip'.ent steps in relation thci-to, ere calculated Tu1iJiaat thCouit Ili-ye. to lead to the ra-iht birnSnj: : Mi-l da..eon'iicO3D8cqucuccs < e !I. Ho by reCrtice: to the p* ) o'clock A. M f.r the ".f inaih'g nrr.t'irntu1s )fr. Vettr r.r-I .. .;iveii t.. st Vo itcxisl'n"; on the ilcf.jienie hazard U from the fosku faH that all iuch efDitt liave su iuex :t.a- at 10 j.urpe rti jrn'i t' 1.'erncnt: Tuan1ttiIgfr nv iu tl.fi >' wan'iCT. the aoti"i; < f the Conven- f-lloaiiij paper

le! UnJtrcy t ciniinifh the Lappiiiets cf the j eoplotnl tocl<.brute the approaching anniversary ,ei dfl.! .rci.t ii< pnr'rri: j.!.t'C: the nr.vcnirri-nt; t.Lat -] of a p..H.'y vshMi. if 11L.'i l i" p-vr--. a.uL pl"y ti.L- ;ti'Mi- xcl.iJInJ't'i t n't, U.i. rolori-'t. free-iiUr.! It.fot. devoted ti tlw tlfcvation of ilr.Wtbstes1:

4 cnjaiigcr the Etftlniityi.nd perni6r ney if the Uur 1t.! .; .: .r r.aii'.u: wir iijmn.. the S >'ith, IIHP tl.-- tierce 5 i- ia the 4St? tf tr
or .1uiict"i 1'ptn e. dn'r :t'i1 -p :. ::' ''I nt !'? if my v of the pnrty 'uht to bi'p. G n. yf fg?, tod dariiz -
b ani oaght not to i.e ctuAteund by any fiini I iin'i iaiiSe ii.uiitT bieai... rfrrle iI l i-i tlfjnns hiJ i !loa l.. IJ r..invctnees of
'-. inc' <- <'f 'ns ; on f7'-ive tfi" fr. o..i-t.! it i i' Iite TIre phtic C3er : tnat
cf h.slitutkns. -*& IT :-J' ; ofV I : p' :t ( i'rer.iT c''Lirlv! : t' (
< ur p".Uiil nn"---To .2t.y. and honor. lie ha* bi-ea 9rx>alcer cf the tlrzeof
of ; loli'-v whirl.;
t rJ. Thut tlw f jw oinjc. covirs an l j Ta\h'r"' Ad'iiin'Mia'K-n t. tirpr-J all ti.. ;j-o xrr< )?' -itL.n----a: n.jtt riI5v r urij: slot- i the i'l.l i of iLiS-z'WLto-tt hiu'r! iawinmff. ," KfprosfMilives: ia tUo Ne-w il etp.hie-L"rislMnre-

as iatcv f> ciflln.ve, tl>o i of i}>e By Telegraph.i f tl,f vvl i Kr.r.r .i&-rv !iTi'-r.t of ertlonf ruro1Joui'.y -* gi'Jqtiak I in'lic
.- / Covrn.ir.-nt i.i .iif..mia; a.d Xc-r Mex.ro.; in i.tterii \ .'-( v.-iih > 3trorij as to even a ni'-rrb r of the Senate sf that Stit?- Repri-sents.

k elivrn- itlc.i iu CVap esocrati'partv -. t sl.i rr f.nj ro tej) lem- .'!c: ,.: r iii: itu'd .i rit rcp'irJf: the at.i'nit-! i>f C..r rciP, :.rii 1 i ho cile.lMr. j ul.i'.h: th ileinoora'ii? pr.rty :t'.l l its I'ip-Mcr.t' f-ini-1 S nhern iii.'n tvjte nami-t turni'tj him out. five i i C n jrtss-an J a meTiVr of tie Unit'd Sute*

; uftzc Ui.icn. sV un tl I 's iili'iv.1 i : ('gt( i to tlC Wh:. C !! t'fl an-i ttran-r inc ii.it 1-.in"., i.t :anl: ij'ifll if, in! th; il 'er'C Prr-vM ner, S-nate. He resigned the latt.'r f The bef're Uv ip'ration -
i'v1 aLl 1zn.i i.1.ie 1 1i iJ.fu Wob-ti to ] n.vc tliul nn ((.fl-.i f-u w.Ani.ii- arid yet the C rr.vntion, not percc-ivi.i. the o.lcr I of
e : : t x'i- tin- tty. >( iitt'u-Til ico of M uy'.tmd.r John M. ClsytotK.f'ndawaic : f f his trroj. Mr. Polk! ojfere l him the poet of
lion 'ftc a.ts i.i\\ii as t'.i* T.po ..5-.e nea ur-srrttkil will piu'lubly !I..<. tlu Preri.t- it oft I4t-t ('all 1.1sd'ti 'tV.Ul.t )iae T, '.I. '1 I i'.t :". t--, interpol it b.orduisi.th.it" V. t.re l"i.g to rtm iu a uiuiiilcro n.itii.a'.itv al tut l.in.: and rut having the fear of tlie7V Att nv General ff th. UntVl Stitf, bit he declined

br thI'ft] Ci ivn s, !h- j t i. i nli.inii fafjltlvts (.Vnvei.ti"ti. A phitf-iin cti.buclni: ; the !1. :t.ii'ig Whii* t. -i-.i .. tLdifi, ; i1 I' .t vei'i. ansi Ie..11ie. .____ *' or its al'if-s' t'ie Var.* b. f-re i itsye qnittly opon. hei'f2e.et !i5"ih sf> eqiitly axvptedtli t
Sosj s'-ni.-o, < i !i b.c i-icl'/J.-d/ : xxLi.-h ut, J-< i :.ud ti! <-Oiu.pci.irc, \\ iM!I I be il<.-iiiT.i'n!.'.- ofLnit d bUti-s District lie 'was Irt-i-
principles.
.- anti fe.ll Mr. IL K anti he Att-.ii.ry.
I New r1 xm"c-: '. On) tl.i; Mi'.ji-ct, Jul!...,i. Jp.iii: wis' S the ig oesijoc to eany out i.u typix.** provi-i.in of th<; t f ,ro tii' ii">ninati: i. Se-ott*& ihno'irc ;jiniitr., Testimony. J ikr.t of the Convention wLk-h revis d the Xrw Han p
cnttutin; ca-ii'il viih fijt then, !bo cog -rL )lojp.-al r.rd c.>iixii! > in'. Moped!, an-I 1 that's the last we hear of "B-ib |
S lity rejuulcjl nI(1'-1 C r' :ii o iucrttni. 1'iiiivro, lPJWt % r.1s F.vcnd.iv brii.!;* iitcrert'rii enct* of t tiwi.I.r. "f i shire Constituti'irj' an-I 1 him title of GcDiTaT was wby ea
4 .'rs nin2e-I as IT d--slroy 4PI impuir itafr.cacy.. the ebanci'. In thI' ,., i. ., w- 1.ref.i i lia- : .. : Kai.t.nir in the D.-nvxratu. Conveiiti. Put why j jd' his service in th": MrtLmn war. Th s, w< brfifvj
th IIatiiu roC--iiv U F.caoh-c.l, That the Dow>vatic prsrty wiilrtll-t all A ..thtr dtpr.td ,.'f the ane df: '. nt fjom Wn.3iint :1 iivro tl.nn ]1'rO'4 i Jed -<.ijr of iLt. j ..ii.tin th. Jii'':.;fwi *-' < ; < '>u't his sympathj/f r* got mad, and K'> wb/-re tI.t'sI I i is the substance of Lis hiitory. For the icfonnoti-io of
?. at rcatwic.*. iu Cwi oi1 .rit tho the ein.hi.I.ite!i f--r the leaf from
( :;pts ress'-r ayilslica ;- UK l'reiil-iipy. Ivtry | who have before htsrf
distance not
h.1or.-to Ur.tFalo; to th< Northern ? AVe those at a cmy
ili 1I or "Iugs
From nil that CUM bo gsl1'rtI l in th.be .- .I.e( 1I. W4 ileiI 1' all iIi : j
,
under whatever <'n. :
the bays
oa c'avery qac'.tiou, fcL'ijicVT the rei%. rdHW! ? how con f r\ati\r and anti yecti-irud ( ; much of him, we will say, further, tint he is a Lwyr
c-'lor tie' Htteinjit may 1'; icndo." it iif TUewin fri-m the cutt'njj of
ha 1 IK in hiCourse M :iJ!! ti i.ns (touching the of acknowledged ability, a gentleman accomolisLid
; "Jitntrrd, i hi.t the pt oer cds /tho public lan'lsvnzht Mr. Villni'TC la Jion J* wmlat, as 1'ur as his hanvcs in ci'-ct thn-f> p, rtii nr.f it. l.<.\v,-v< r, n hi. h xv ill J i- rjne pccu- j off i Tone frce-t>oicrs! he.i'I.' wonlI! thrill the whole I m.innT and a great favorite emeng his zieigi.bors-

'% t3r-C6Mredr! applied to the national oJ.j.-eUfpcciCc'l tlic Convention t?>. : n-l) thut the c-'mtc>t f.r the nnni- (If ht&'re'.t t'a ',tr rt.ivraisd ii.h h..w t1- $ .- &' ) liar itv-ti'Tili-'iis cf -S-.iith.. (in thi* jv i.it; we r-r.-- Soirtti: and inTease a hundred per cent the pleasure! I lie has respectable t taUuU and popuiumanners.. Tba
: ia tho! eoustuuUMi; and thnt we :ire opposed '.'1It1s' tl.sr.> willlji i nr li-puto. Certai.iTy: ( t n. Vpulitieiil -. have further and fared iou'
tJ tnvla\vLrthc aitiibution of nation Will be oIvly brtvrt'-n Mr. Winter 'Uid (MIL '| '>fur iaii'lid.-ic ( ;i the jn<"tiou! to v.l.'nh t ; ) th.-v rc- ,.f the triumph in Novenibcr. Convention might gene
I suohproceeJs auion-: ; '?ii-i-s i.t the North will 1 not deny if, as we than they have ID this sciectitn.rrti .
the Suites rs 'alike; iccrptdicut in policy anl ScotL" i> late. TliC Ju'liroill i tw.ii 1/j riinritr (lie IKV.I,%> V &? .t _-- > t ___ __ f -7.---J .
Imve tiiiur.dant h'tinwny nrw1'l f iu tt, K> j i'rue-- | Striking their Flags inc poilHCIU piropt ei laia now so ur cicturv 'f
nart to tbe cntttcr.; wh'-n ihiy '\ ill have of 1 hcirin inn this If Mr. W ltcr is not the
ii r.oi itui-ity to cn-ible oa to see :-
.' /Jfsolrfd, Tbtt *"c ere deei ledly oppopej to iakia Masonic Celcbratiou.WaWntu i Th> X. V. 7til-line, a paper which never yet e xonorat In another column,wo give an extract from the B -
President of the United State-. General Pieces
{>r lh"j-! lvf, : n.1] uhiiitcv! can oj ]ki.i titncf- n -xt
i frirc the Prouder.: the qualified{ veto poxver, by l>xlgc Xo. 2, Qtiiicy II. A.C. rx.d DC j'i'1e ; l a d-rnvorat fiom the bre i.f aiti-slavory rectimaliMn. ton I rniri#r. a sfrn whig paper of high charaoter.in will be. We hold it demonstrable th it in the wutioa

which he crcb'cd.. n.Ja-1cstiietion art J recp'-nn-' Molay ]>ican ]unoirt t / whii? I h' n-j.irc&] : xLt-n that chanjp eouldbe iiuidc. ngakint !him which it ii s'ii.1 that (Hen. Scott can do nothing against now taken by the democratic party, DO candidate but

1iiitic. ELfe'1It t. guard thC: public iuhrert.tbo of St. John the Dnptitl ia Quiiiey ou tho 21th j Gen. Piorco the wi'h any jct-ti-iici- of uicciicy, biiti up fiom the revTil the mocratie nominee, and that no one but Daniel Webster"can pcwflbly prevail against them. Off
1.111 VlM'Iiieit3 on
to iuspc'vi Lh' p4c3g., of \ ( tIifljt Compromise. and A. *il!
: eeet.u c the fl'M f twi.hrd, i..f 11.e Senate iiI instant! The ceremony, of laying the CVHKT tt/jue (1 > The f"l''Vn.letter. fru-n (Gin.; Pierce I.JLrta.l byMr. au-1 c -rtitics. to it ft* C"rrt.: t't fjlIo-Aii.gciitiS- Wel-ster can hope to enter the rae and contest it with receive Pierce the it nnfqv.tracn.Uy support f thf a vhole I'nion Union not,perty at M*

lLutse (1 flejretccta.tisc. uri.ii tIi : f the the new Masonic Hall will also b* gone thioitli; vitli. : Iiltchie ut tiio l..te Crnnd Uatiiicatioii Mat tinr (-at.! flOiLt *( i-u. E'crre him. Below we give another fit ract from another SaHth unless his competitor be thoroughly sound n

1c"Jp (: (a1 be vi.tauci tb"rcou, Ulhl tbidi bas All lirethrvu of gi*>d .tiudivg are iaxitt Th- IH.lic-r; i h-ld by the 1)-nii -rav in th.' city of AVri-Miytou. j J'nmthe.Y.T.iluT.: Il'St-1' :! whi pip<.r-the Trvierpf-edited by a brother national polities, an avowed and noeaujvocil *PFer
Aiwicaii frcui the! and ranuicJ
domination ot people tic Bank of the corrupt United States, and of Quiuey give d Cuijo-it on the (4CLiofl! fjllow l b) The Utter A= adir.l s.v .1 t'i LLi.r I.tHy, nnd writUn i Tlie Spri'ujiu l ppii'lioan: i-ornctly says : of the editorof Vit-hinc'ton in lltpuliic, in whi.hitnothrr of sueli the compromise canJidnt meaourf be found It in is idle General to prrtoiathaf ScolL

f-o- n rTrunipting ey&tcin cf general internal im- a Festival il ni ht. loictf! f 'r the ( .n'rL und IX-s- when i i's diatingi.i-.lied: ; anthor hail l m> i.h-a of b&.eoh.ing Tho great buUlc on tho; various
provcaicats. tival to be had (i Pros.! Vcniur end J. II. Mns-e. j the uoiuinee of the Ci'iivciU"n. It \\illbc obs.-ned! to hlax.-ry. oi.iiducted un"!cr the Ie.idcH.ip John i w run ngair Pierce. That Ie1.er] soys"TiE give any ro.vonabie asduranee as to what be mf *
.
( uincv Adams inx-olvin, thought of petition l b'
Mcfd. Tiit the Doai ratic party will faithfaTly \Ve to the craft that welcome awaUsi may j jsiiid Tliw nirnioation what he believes how ho feels bow h will .a
[ My a w. nn th.\t flea P. wm pj to the C-imnti : PssiocRurc NOVIN VTTOX.- or
: 'ppo; adjouruing to have conitneiicl l ui 1626: when the celebrated
abide bv and iphM the principles hid d A\n ] i km
; <
ia the Kcutu'iy cad V5rari.ia resolutions <.f ..7lnml? all who may accept this invitation. We have enjoyed vUhoiit la'.inj i.I:&q'liv-al l qr>iuid uj<.ti the eoni report imule, bMr.. rinckncv: of South Carolina, was j jintnxh.cul appears to be received with perfect satisfaction by the relation to this matter. The South do not trot
e Jepii'ornts ami. in the state of unless and will Iii.n and
ia the f Mr. ilddivin the the hospitality of the Quincy brethren, and take pica- (li-cu-'i|, and ailoptid. llmt -i"rt| decl.ired ; present piuties, not support ; can any
rt to
np< > VirgiuiA legWri- promise rjuufctionr, uia tcpeclaliy 01. the fugitirc slave the vLhs put forward tin-ir greatest ft-itesnian, the senses believe uwt the whigs are abe! to Alt tW
ture in I'i09 ; th. t it ud.pU thi* ; principle us ci'iibti- sure iu Faying that a more nobli-h.-arted, geutrous set !L&W : that Cngress ought not to ii/crfcrc in any way it probability is that Gen. Pierce vf.tltratf to hit .vpj'rt candidate without a full party support in fferj in District of Columbia bei-aiw
tuUas f tL nwti fuuti !l.itiun f iu ne-ed with ?Uvery the ,
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{ onei> ; << x-lilioal ,
nnJ i it rcsolyod tc riy them out iu their obxioutncaihg of Mwous are not t be met with nnywheie.]-Uu. TRLMUM ILju-r; ji. tnj. May 27, 1K2.; would be a violation of the public faith tmwi-r. impolitic inntiy vhiyi, beidc s coneiIi.ting! the two ex of the Union !

and iiip rt. # R&l !un;. < ri.us to thft Union. It further declareI j tremes (.f his own p'yThe 1'ost of this moruingaj The New Yoik Mirror, devoted to Mr.FfflaoK.

'. Reo'IAL Tlsat! the war wiUi Mexico, op'Ti nil the The Ratification Meeting. I intended! to srv nk to ymore fu'.iv on the subjeefcof I' cd that all pttioiia, m-au'ria! Ac, nlatin iuanyva -. ? :It is skndor to that the has its first choice says :

princiie[ < f rvitriotism nnd the laws of nations, won The RaUGcaLion Meeting held at the Cajntrl on the ni<.;tfurt"i lluiii I lud an opjx.rtunityto or to inv estn.t, to the t-ubjci-t of slave rv shall without l>Tn -'i&I is no lh" aim of our say first statesmen Presidency and orators 1 This w a ticket creditable to the party which pdl J
a just at.d war on our pmt, in whic-h i iAmerim last well attended the Dctoocrary do. Thp : lifer* }printed or rc-fern-ii, belaid on the table, and the B*
recissury every WeJiwsday was bj iinpf rtiif.> <.f tho) artimi ot' the and! heroes. Yet the place Bought by mn ? > eminent it forth-a ticket at whose success country
titiicn should Jax'c pho-nn himself the the and there Convention this < ueMion pmtiot, hiov timn- no further notion bo had thereon.t be ncitJitr atfiHr.ieJ alarmed. Gea. Pieces w
of city cou. try. Of course was upon ] ) r- now s eks a mo eiie of his ccuntry. 1flJ neither m'Tallv nor phyr-ic-nlly, ted I Ic.-liovc there viiI be t "Ou the uUl questi-ws cmbrncc-il in this rcpoit th
no dusr.o..jiotI on the served with credit in the Mexican war 15 kV2
Fiom Canada
t ] crowd would have met had tlic j-eete-It' w an nirreeiJ'Ie ono. line
not as M-t-
large :
as u
word deed LIN 'aid and Comfort to the i ienemy. lujil nav were >eatc by or e given paitt.f tlie South to i>r<+< n-bulutiom! uuniccaoaiiJvolTctwive yeas roj[ to CalTorcLathe people will turn their it with years of ago, has a wife and three cbilo n.j"J
.' t hon been a little more advanced. Just at tlii time U of I'niiiklin Fierce i i-t uniformly f-iuud in thcatlnriative! eye upon sizr
to the >utituvnt of the .Yortlu Tut the medinnt
7 h. j ean we will hail Franklin Pierce thesflhIr.bUi5e weakhy. is rather under
d /c tylreJ. Ilist we rojc.ice rt the restoration of i i ifjiendly with farmers and the occasion inuchn iI| -in favor of snjtninipv the report t the fullest ex-j approbation.; They as America,
a very busy period say us mr ? Will the Xoith' oi>iin ( and harmony ciindMate and when the democray manners than any other man in
4 relatJ >us witli our sifter i public of Mexico, must indeed be urgent that calls them from home even chi-erfully up to tinmaik of cour-fitutiii-jHl right It'not. tent; nn'l l in ncenrdiincv with tht wan the entire action of the e thirty-ono Statc are; trulyuniu-tI.the Clay, and is a neighbor and warm friud of'Vebter.

1 I' and carr-estly lei-re for her all t!... lile*:irty is im-x% u.ibU.Th ? ma'tershould of Mr. 1'a-rce ia both lioufes bile he remained in Con- i whiir banner ROCS down before them, whatever champion It w hardly necessary for us to add that"
whidi we enjoy under lepublican iiitlitutions; persons be met at the thrisJihuJ bccau ''it"ii* -.-> above "Lull boar it.' ** cortiJer the democratic ticket a strong -M
and we congratulatehe Amcn"an p. ole| upon the each section of the County, and considering nil things, palty, and Im-l-h: U lh} > very e i-teree i.f the This w the coneli&ive testimony of witness hostile hard to beat. tuit.

results '.f that wr. which hax-o to manifettly justifiid vere much gratified at the display. The feeling confederacy. The eentimcnt of n' or.e Ststo i.i to K-, to the Democratic caiulidute. We pnscnt it to tothe Of (Jen. Pierce, the Trawtipt says- The Scott ia strictly parti2 '
the aid conduct 'f th. J"m"en end G Pierce far fit having boon 'cli seter Timts. wlg. a
policy party, decided regarded upon this subject ; but Living: fought the n. so >m > on
of the meeting was one of approbation r.t people of Florida that they may ponder it and actup-
insured to the Unite 1 Stile 'iiiJcniuity for the past, buttle in New Hiuntibhiri'upon the fuyitix e aiavo hixv } Sat uri1v. "ns open to oonpratulation from his fellow- of the nomination, says:
find security fi r the ft'tr-rc the happy termination of the laliors of the Conven and upon what xe believe I to be the giouud of constitutional 1ouiL citizen' emil partiis. He did.! not disguise his satisfaction is There is much in the position cf Mr. T5**

I *. lismlved. That h vii-w of tho condition of popular tion. The nominations of that body wore hailed vith) ngbt we should of couirc de-ire the approval -I The eame paper bears the following testimony against nt the liM h honor hili had bf<-n bestowed make him. nn her the circumstances the mat' MBW

institutions in the Old WoilJ, a high aud saved duty j jit the most cordial cnthusinpm, and the entire action of of the dornocrufY ('flue country. What I wish the attempted criticism of the and force the Con''ention, but bore !himself with admirable dignity ble candidate who could have been selected.

V devolvtvl.'1 increased responsibility up n* tho1custHin. th's meeting evinced a determination to sustain them ti> ejy to you is this: if the compromise measures are meaning prudence, anti composure. He is a gentleman of On the other hand, the Tribune gives the cc't1
Dewcrate of U.k eoutry, r tbe party (.f the not to l be substantially and firmly iiiuintaJnc-d, the of the demucratic phitfjrm and the manner of its a- noble iuid cordial adtlress. end would make a most 3'
jpIe. to tj.hoiI an1 mattiu the ii'ts of vc ry by n long pull, a strong pull, and a pull altogether." plain rights figured by the CV.nstitution IH tr.im-1 doptiun: cvmiprUnt and! patriotic President It is useless as warning of the unsparing warfare Greeley

$.4 8tate, zinrl t1ertbi' the ITnion (,f th' Sint i, on'! tiia The ppint exhibited throughout the proceedings gives pled in tho dust. What difference c-ui it make t to you A to tho cavil respecting the adoption of the ''plat well as impolitic for the whu; ])roo to sneer at him asa waging against the nominee in these words: *
.and advance amon us eoimtitutioual liberty i wlu-tlur the shall f.ill 'weak candidate. He will rally the entire strenjrth Franklin Pierce is of Stir personal!cbt'
the mo t unmistakab'e curance that the Democracy or me outrage sce-r.i lit on SOuth form ut UaUiinore, il really seems too pidtrv. If that a man '
: J by continuing ti> ret all monopolies and excluMxe of I/con will contest inch of ground with their Carolina, or ilaiuo. or Nexv llnmpbhhc? Are not tin- phitfoim was not adapted, then the ri-corJs and the of th* democracy, and will prove a most formidable modern abilities and the bitterest partiMfl VHe
: ]egstatic.n; for the benefit of the few at the expense ofJhe every rights of each equally dear to in all ) J will never i.tlii-ere of the' eonventuni bear false witness, and arc candidate.'* evidently corwiders that the country trtt ,eon

many, and by \igilant and constant adherence opponent*, and if vanqr.iohcd in the Mrugnlc, will be yield to a Craven spirit that from oouiiik-iutiom uf; snstuinecl! therein b>- niwty-nine out of every hundred! How nobly such liberality in a Northern whig paper purpose to be ruled by the party *? % {$&

to those" principles and compromises of the constitu-1> foun:1 in the la'.t ditch, with their faces in the light policy, would endanger the Union. Entcit.lining these ( 'i lei noc rut ie* journals of the whole country. But it i* contrasts with the partisan norrow mindedness of such Democratic* and never harbored a susici' l ,, {

lion, wlJoh} are broad i enough and strongnmig1i to diiection. And( such we believe to be the detern.ination views, the action of the Convention must, in my judgment idle to waste words on so plain a matter." party ever was or wild be in error. If fwas'the
4 embrace and uphold the Union as it was, the Union section- the State. Believing be vitaL Jf we of the North who have stood party hacks as the Florida "H7< pr. That pnor of the occasion of Adams fcll!, he would u
'S cui it is, and the Union as it shall be, in the full of the energies and capacity of this great and as G -n. Caw BO well oxpreesen it in the re- to any time Pierce and the Religious Test. Jel Hunker.
I serving policy, the hopes of do- Gen. Franklin Pierce, of New Hampshire is the ide?, but b in all things a mo
: progrc-siive people." t marks we copy from )him; in another column, that"the I mOOfflf"V- J -fin/I-* *-if-- tK---<- ITni/\n**'*--**.. ,411x7,n..G cinlr outn 4.wrlK/iv tA'K .nvi A*a w T A The Washington JJrpdtlit makes the following nominee for the Presidency and the Hon. W. R. King. The Charleston Standard well remarks that J 1

; Convention. ; decree has fcone forth-be who runs may read it in told you, my name will not be before the Convention amende honoraUe in regard to the charge which originally <>f Alabama, for the Vice Presidency. There is a consi man who honestly earn such a B. Carolina and the Democratic
but I caunot help ft e1in that what in there to be done latitude
4 i lerabl.lioltin hereabouts. The of John P.
the of the times the )handwriting is the in that that Gen Pierce had ? tUt
oigiiH ; upon appeared paper the
be to
Tribune true
the most
S Although not represented, several members will be iinport..ut beyond men and purtie'-tranfeeendenlly Hale i ii' A most suspicious one, from which to select a -
wull and there it in wtitteii in words that need no interpreter favored and the provision in the Constitu
snpported "
to the
important of democratic nation
"I of Congrufi. from this State were present during hopes progiqsa President It is a re-enaction of the Polk experiment
; the proceedings.; The first national Democratic -tliat a Democratic Adminibtration is to and civil liberty. lion of New Hampshire which excludes Catholics from and alto presents an apt illustration of placing the cart The Tribune has the grace to say of Gen.We Ps"

Convention for the nomination of conduct the government of the country for the nc.it a boldhig scats in the Legiakture amid offices.of profit inthatState before the horse. The most that we know of Gen. believe he baa sufficient ability to mskspecUblc 5"
; p Vour friend. Pierce, or can learn thus far, U th.-o > traa in
.c Congress Bir
.. President and Vice President was held nt four years-aye, and fur long years thereafter, wo FRANK PJEIICE : several President! after the pattern of Via
I 21 1832 intend to have our klmre in the glorious triumph.The .- Tfcfi allegation that the course of Mr. Pierce, io the yearsago.Whig_ Polk."
Baltimore on Monday Nay ; conrquently '

:::1 the present is the sixth that has country, is heartily tired of Wbiggerj, as is manifest Rev. Alexander Graham, 'who. wapppoitited late exception, ew'Hampsbiro on tm ground Convention'is of bis manifesting open to any relig just National Convention: The New York Journal of Cwnruru, P'P' :

;: "be n held, and the fourth occasion on which from the overwhelming majority opposed to that to C ili >rnlaty\ the .lat Florida Conference of the M. ious intolerance, ia utterly unfounded. We any have referred This body met at Baltimore on Wednesday last, the highest character, speak oPmideot the uominath"

:tlie Yotelof.thts State.was not cast, she not unfortuimtc and .tnidgudad party Lids the people E. Church, South, has been appointed Pretadiug Elder to the proceedings of the Convention, and find and iU action w ill not probably be known hereabouts Tax DiXOCI.ATXO NoWAUO.-Gi uomiatd.a.

f; tEaving been represented in the conventions have placud ip CongrfcM, and in the ahnObt urrtVcrNol nothing that indicates any,other sentiment thaa one before the. middle of next xreelc. We do not believe Pierce, of New Hampmhirshas been hI&S
oI'tho Sacramento District, Caljfoniia. the J4
; The'electoral overthrow of theJsamc'pRrty, iu twttcty-fevo out of / entirely in harmony -with religious freedom. Sir. that Gen Scott will be nominated. We are inclined unanuflit? rar.ly ectuafled, for
and
ofw3A35..1840, l&M. the State.. be uOimZ$
t Pierce opposed to of ot the Uuite
was recognition
States of the Union and certain A'HBAVT LoAft.;.:-On' last the of any political to irith the Sentinel thtt the choice of the ConTtatioa
votes of the Stite were 'given to tho Demo the thirty-one we are Saturday wagon difference* ainoug the various sects of Christians ; and agree in all respects be acceptable to the greatp7

1 cralic.fcuijftatu fnr President; except in 1$32 the Democracy.f jPlorida arc ambitious of..agoatingjo Mr. Jas. L.' Tompkins 4JO ft*; .loaded each, with drawn 19 ImleK four of Cotton mules, we shall be much surprised learn that ho haa at any will fall on Webster, perhaps aa acornpro- has conferred this distinguished
.. 'ftt'rolte and Uiua cud the averaging over WMI by time, in tho Convention or out of it exhibited mia bet ween FQlmorc and d tandfriii C.mVYOt"clesdi'g
: nf9cld38.; : Orrthi occasion nthc State gire tbI3&$1Pmf ,' dying on the Plunk Road into Nc,w Port. The mules could any bigottyr Scott A correspondent i. a f &iiL W ITS

1' V vetted for JnhiTFloyd, of Virginia r and in agonies of Uiai pwping party. easily have drawn five or six* additional bales, if they or intolerance on points of faith or conscience"The of the Boston ConrUr turn 'up the vote on the first tis this'iioitie:not EZ.v.jnteided, wb witRV,

- 'I q f' feCd;
I; I, 'it -iitti.' \\Vliat she :will do at tho coming election finig of Cjanccai jjni-t ,tLfl fupfryic-'m Jf Captain to Jr. J.road Butler is Cbaires. Six and the iniles of the residence, will show the influence he exerted Webster 40. HM Scott taen, however, are very con and deciai,. eharater, md o(b 0itz
lower end of the completed
n } company
v t is Cation which! we rasr.ct cr.d.'rtike 'r'Uoyd.VLoM! entitled to tlanks foit1ie.t4.niiriiil' bas trectrd a gatean
Ji j to answer.-Charleston Cczaicr.tA nnrj"zin whxh tin- gum vcre rved. 77riA! ', ,A.i: 16. -against it, 509. leist 150-more than enough to nominate him.- part 4e3. Fkr. M naesua





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if 9t-jaU,autircStaterreitJBed U noe, aud-we bnU"certaytlrtm be tuprsed f t I Ou tbe i12t.lligtntopIo U UM beet flftrlUyrewird for / -.-. NEWPORT
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S Sdri- irnev Pr iJeuCyofilr.l'olk lie ( IHa B Meeting wag hold In Washing. and Country; nd xftaelllina nixttrr of ftiaed edToVurf settle-thoir *Aoun) cwn&rtahfc fer-tW r epd o i

J o" a t1c- i ... .. 183, cittin- Ratification Meeting. ton city which was addressed by Messrs. Cass. regret that my life Lu bwo so barren of uefu'.ue R. kt._. "jun*_nttwt be clivA.rfH nlt -. Boarder* trio are vflThg.tn ptm. .

.c e 'if an I Pcrsuaut ta notice, a respectable ir tinjf of the Douglas Houston Thomas Ritchie :I (.hall'evfr hold tLk and similar UibuUB among uiy b a frw di r< nl tnt* this;: notice tbere Tcfll bo clew tttratiur txrt vw ,
&c.
cherished
roost reeolleetiin..
ce'1 resigei, in Democratic Party of- Leon *as beld ia the heeded bv bii late euettuvtrt. recoretr. .
jw i.tthe setuuc, St if"v bas tTtr been rrirIv Ccusty We find in one of our exchanges tim follow To thev my fuxx-xe and grateful aeimnwle1emeota A. TT. : *ill U famished *iih Fkh ltd *B frxfa
lca? Ti. Hi n ti\c Representative Hall in tie Cv'luli on "Wedneiday, I desire to add that the motive w hich
t
same katdtV
'St but he has atemiilvT0 Jirae 1? 1S52. 23Groceries at gratify tbe Appetite,Jhat Ike rant -
brief
of ,
4J W- h' tliii nh ,;P brlVuis out .-f the Mifrns June 1 C, at 10 J o'clock, A. V- ing report the remarks made by Gen induced me several years since to retire from public life, culxkate to beiikh. Thete'ii*}*a tl>. 2aza* : '1 I

l : it.. ] : : : vIliiet itheAc2r Tie meeting -was call"' to order by IL A. Lrng, Cass : aud which. Mace that tiroe Lave ciiutn-Uwl my ju.lg-i &c. plewcre of tbt. Miwrol Spring tcdiwefiTJm> -
o : cneutiu this respect, cow impel me to ay that the use gratis to ladies wjio irtb to *;
Ir. J'Ik ( UC cfthe Brigidieriu Esq and d by the I may rnjoy-ta -
te3ty was crgari appuintineut of Col congratulate TFST received Srlir. Wra. R.
fellow-citizens
TOO, my upon of my DHOie, in any event before the DrtnoeratJc Natbnal per of a taororng of evening tUo *n tla Flukl
rit1i the in
Le crii" .6 anny e ROBERT BUTLFA a Chairman and ChnrleaE. Djkea the fortunate termiuntion of the labors of Conventimi at Btlfiniore, tu whick you are a I J Orleans, ( to the Springs 1

; .; i ncii1g Si.lU rsc) IJC iuner I.a3 cxhibtcdhi of5idier' Secretary.Oa the Democratic Convention. They have done Dcle .it e, would be utterly repujraant to my taste !.'> c.il" Clear nnd Ilibbe
Rfl t talJi the Cliair the their aal wiahei. I atu, with the htbett re'jKict and 1 S'ouil.l-r;, in attendance. -1 ..
President wotk and hligrntOitler
f
done
t' ie Amccn! pepit.abuct made a few ap it well. They have prescnted 6 Bulk l' .rk. ,. .
Citeeru iud
491U vfAge. j tleciiue1jju prrpiixe rtinaikg, explanatory of the object of the to us, as our standard bearer duiingtho your FRANK PIERCE.Hn. 3 Plain Ham*. B. Charge. EZEKIEL modt-ratt.MADDEST .
Proprietor.
f'r tbC ; P% thwvita__ iuc"-aig. and ia praise; of tic action of the Nathual ensuing presidential campaign, an able Ca(!. G. ATHZUTON, Naah\i, N. IL 23 banvls. ile Park, .Tfln. 5. 1852. ntf, -
.uiiiitte. .42ikeg' T f T rA
T i.c pz.-t tbe Deuiornti nvc2tbn, nad the caadiJatci! for President and Vice aud an honorable citizen with a character The wt-li known nn l on nlv avowed oi.itii'-r.s of f K na' i I.
wi:! .
pr i lt 1ut1L boo reproach true democrat tried b'ththe Democratic nomiueci> taken in CUflCXI'fl3 LowerMneralSprtigaj- :
tie e'tT.t' fnJ 4CtrflV rI -a a pairiot l..G liarr-J< runillv and
rmc p1aA Mr. Pjpy offooJ: the Mining resolutions: and an experienced statesman, who has with th.> decide-l and alnut uoaninious rf-solutli'lis of 20 flt.ejtiCd! Wl.i-Uy, COUNTY. EAST FLORIDA.pf.
fthi: .
';: I ; : s Vice P"i"flia W.JltIr' I Iailis "VnriEfts, tie crutic; party of the Union, reassembled faithfully served his country, in high stations, the Baltimore party Convention with the, will C-jrcpromi"go fur to* M Meutify.-t"rctIc ?the.-- i iiJeaaixrratic i iSh"jd 3 hh.L. rlinitT 13rown Sti ar. i milE miutmcriber tis ti ; .

I ticct. 1J i z'vf' ) ct- ePflty in peneral Convention at Baltirmre.LaTlUji ia peace and war, and who will serve hr with ;vig C'-nvcptKn, vLcL is t.i niietn the 1 Jo. White clarified do. !;; i. d..ri.igYe, n1oft'in'e? Ptnowi'.gr3IIti
i:: rvr n ee.icrH : : : 5 ktirfioh; '. ltt.tter.11,4i Itt 1.5' friyn-! arid l $the public generally, fcf
P' f .f sclretod caifiidatt-t fcr Prcsider.tcndVicfi P.-c equal nJcllly: ia that iti iser station tn which loth ir.L take similar views n wetrn-t theywilJ.1tlw -
: rtJ:
*- rlic.vtwith, inr"i.prr scls. liberal la and h '
-: : : Ii hC1t.c'ne : ctc ZL t gvrif il.U 'ft! t United StaUs, it is :i-U ani pr.-per that we intend to elevate him.' I know him well, contest will then turn upon othr i ces But if it N'e- Orlcr.n ninl! n p-ir)d as-xortmcnt > lis very* exertions to patronage pleaso ell't who jumrrxir.tony Tfcrit i 1'. the Fugitive
: ; eit.: e' !' Y : tIe <. .Lscr.kts ever; w lei c, vL.se cb-swi JcprcstLttlivit and say of him wh=t I know of him. He v.ill to Slave turn Law j >n, th wliioh r C-mpn-nuV.! i k morel a hr-lu'Hti law! tu carry out (;rlcerit.s. will !I.!> tr.l; !Jnw for ("ottt.HKUUY lie -vr.il ftiil have a share of their eoufiJence,, oi

? ci3: u 1.ccitrvbeJ tare tlxs r.cted ii ti.cir name, should trprt-ss their go for the Union, for the whole Union, and the Cor* Iuti i inpj prfivi i.>n. relating to fiotive slave ,. gt ROWI.ns, ?be plied tc meet them again hi b i aocwV HaE-
1 p) for but the Union and the June 12. 1S":>2. 23CHALYBEATE Spri.i arc in very fine order for bathir. mid
Constitution will
t tLc C.- views of tie st".eci-: so made: And whereas, the ceru. nothing it require! no prophet tj L-rctcll tkit the'hjs

; .e3 by .>cra"y tf Le a C'>u2ty arc defU.-dly' ed to the ; discarding all sectional feelings, and discountenancing be beaten out.fEiht. will to l continue>e fnnusJiwI; as ns the ustial season-with w very the best dryIii.tLat*cia ta.
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3ae 2T'r v-lca rapciwe espy prcc'p'cs: : < f thegrtat dtmccrt.tlc ptrty, believing that every effort to render that ag Mr. Fillraore.TLs MEimVETHER COUNTY. l 'l. together with an abundance of vegetables! of

arthe Li ;ter CJJIfl, uy ef11t they are thc baeb cf the Union of the States, cf t'jepicsjvrity tiUion: 1 from which (iod in his mercy has deiireied S.uth'q-n Ir.c puts thc s.iV"i"-l rp tit r. tt'.K 1I-IoJ.r, nloecw let el rf t orery variety. I wjmld rappn it h onto*
us. And I trust that thirtg about the highly medicinal vulnea of .
: confidently our
cf tic \rbole] pwple, and of that true >5e erthiiM.ibtic almiren generally
prr- whnld e a* they pretty
where the hind .
party through I hi* liv l 'xten.iv'e
every iiia< (
j'rce b: iLt p ti tie prfsi n cf 1 gress.wLk'h i h steady, Lttlligtnt: ttncvolcnt and c<..i1 ,- .ho harp s-, ciiUti'jualiv on his xoitmhtru uj'n tlufrlivcry : l. The country arocnJ J is TMT neaUhy. I men--'
will the work with al -l'racd) Watering pl.-cce. :
and
to 4. i'I nI F. 4.2 tC.2i.. i', tL i ig 1 jciveto the best bterc-st* c'f nil: And wLei eas, vc believe come np good one qa..stin.! We w ul'l! IK- glad t>> hear a. satiifI'tory to af ; : i E t21fJ1iUE lieatt and 01:0 mind, will gl.idly seize the occasion |-rt-iirt'i rererw. A haltl.iey climate, I believe,cannot bin .
1 cen tint the nomiaaticLS made Ealtimci! pi t thoe 1 la. afit-r tiu* l -t June.
aci it 14 at and the answer ;cu > inquiri. ? one eor may cuine
th 1ea1 tIU.fta : mutually to forget and forgive tl o Southern countyv.D. .
past
; L : tS.t.t,.. i '.ctr. He J platform there adopted were so maJc c.ndadvptfri ia 1-'( H gi.'in .'-N..t tlml we nrt> aware (.1. We kiiw ; ilt, w.-II tarne.1 jutatin j of the T. TRKZVANT. Proprktor.ril .
Fe dissensions that the strife lionafterill.ba
so only
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i.f.i'tli' ai.d
C.
CizicJTL the :- f Gr.zir' I tie spiiit of those piiuciples, tad will lead to tl.c-r! fall 'a the tb( r haul, th.t the Jrji lfir. tIeorLtI! : i.f tl.- a r'--"rt .r ;plwioure ?prii>5 E. F, May- 29,16S2. SI 4t -
?
; g who f..r
.fz..UJ1idItofgJJ \\ shall) thow most clcvuiion to tie! isi-inth", ri'iuli' r-* it itin.-oc-"iiry: j
i rrstr.utioa! in tl-e adniiuiUalioa cf tLc OcacrdGovtralaicat al.niui-traliiu: rc-jniMIr'i'i.1 l th.> Erie 1 ti.-r of ls:;>>, a sin than n-f'-r i-r th n-infr"ii
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true and time-honored of in ri-
afrf.s. li i r.ui per.jteU piitu-ii'los our paify.; TIE S'lb-Hrilierwill keen, during th* Karon. *
I '
: Theitfre, few ni''ntlM ktgfl, without on > wnr l of ixpLuif.ti> <>r voreil Mm with thir cnny : :
3 L1 XLLt(' Let us look back only to loam wisdom from full awirtment of the following article which
!, Le ii Rf&clei Tl.at the democratic tru-tii'ii.. leaving tiniiifcrenee tb drawu tliat Mr. ;, rn-r. all of whom lIP ftei.! aiHurc-.i
Seiit te onQ't neziber psrty of Lwi I : to rail and l secnnd will sell At
Le: jthe experience, but forward to gain now strength I .la-otint "f thc mc.licinal >r<>porti pTtrchaMT''*
*uu. egqiatUfJ lisSkli iu a 2is-ur tt' svcu>o iu.iiftt County fully, Ei; ctitly: P.LlIi eonliollv* istify nnd c"n- nnc! confidence from united exertions. Fillm.>re i I4 now, as lIP MO* then, i-pvi> *t t<-* tinn
$ w. wS.v.T i-.3 civ<:-j -i1 f all vnh wlu'a. ijiTii* the prc>ceeciags J* of the 'aiiuz'.al DcTiiGCj&tic Con- And the selection of the cunilidato for the !: i'-i uf any iiinro i-Live tf rrit..ry, find in fit*, r of{ < I th- climate, siiiil tin* d:4ttv[ >iriiiii JtIC .iLr Himmony,
a rJ1 aj-rn.baii >a
= Bean.
us cUel IIC i vtntiu held] iu ib.:1 .iiti.iii cf 1.tv-rv ji tLe I Itriit of ( lnvIlt.ja.- nult the comfort I'urk. Nacc
recently Baltinioie.i : 1 : fi> com cuisiiiCe
;' Vice has not l-cc-n less foituniU>
'lientoKj i-'iJu J.: p".s.t au.rnsr lie Presicency iuLlt-r. ''onth Carolina TUcp,
Jjiiafti auJ orutJK of iU 'i Mr. Jere Ins i Rtstlred: That we in *t heartily accept FrarVia than! that for the Presidency. He l.aa. v. on 'I hat li-ttt-r made i its uutl.nr ui 81?.iti'iIIi't.afI.I? that !UTH- 1'IXF.. I'.AND OF MUSH' Ct-.rcd ll.itr., Fresh Con Meal, p
A
Sri been (JisUJSTuubel tt h- :. f T a fer' id rid Picice; na our nominee for Pi eident. rind wfll give him liis; way 1)))- public esteem anJ diili'jctnn, ]'yIiiyh l
trrUlve 'A--'"'* RLJ l''S rf-"arf: PPm our !bett ted niotl zealous iupjv rt ; ia ]Liai the otraoc- qualities of head r.ml of l heart, by long ) I'ttrr Amii? I Hit t.Tiuwill IK- FVnwn Siar; by the sack,
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refla % !'arlyt.MVi is csU-nws cud IlP. Iii. '
tSt flfj d. )
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ia'jrif.J'thmth.:1 *. wl-h ivu-jr-.T.icrc tttsche? toiini'U.jcu r.t' I lif.sacaDdj'ldttfhighand t>tes hug \ ituo, tftiivd jirifl faithful r\ices at !borne and nbroail.atifl : qucti'ii3 put i'V tho Ffi are the f"li'.wu -I c-Ir:: .i sin the r 'itf do. ?i hit > Wlane nnd Cider"Vi.vgar
will ti-i 1 1i I
b.rUn.fhis t ni thc 1)at2iL.tis1, (A &u.J principles: cf 1flCJWUkfl"C? and !hy the practical lcnowl1g3 v.hich thofce iKmenls -- tig : i Brnu.l t'i C lurnbu : 'I Clarifiet Sur, ,
i IVa-v-int 1 1 ill and! iJi'Ivnc to
Vrey I aeit: : ::!I Ut ud La iof : fi rncss. riij 'f tist'rvin: ; d.-yoiiu i tu the ciUstjiur.aJ of Uacfulness briiiih them. Vi'c -- :. .-ir. r ini: 'rr -v.r rc' t jTfl *5'.'" II> >?illl''Il- il'1 Vrhi. .. isMy aU> !l. Loaf till.onkin' Wine,

-.,.. .',". v0aViticJ---- e - j have re-isoi; to be gi--Uifiud and we are gratih'ii 1 1 ( Kiif l.t' r I'oint.,urrtg At th.! Sprir :j*. amy-le! CrmhM di-i. Lamp OiL -.
e e'it ifvr ui.< nUrcncnt wants LJ li,'i he lit *tpi t.' f..riieiic': la'sonly aft r GrnnlaGeI 1o. Urd -
1tractP I1 Ls rrc.t :t Li& Ir. TIt son f a nvoluti-niary EI l.JK-r. be is li.atlf ; at the choice of o-ir nominees. I II nlisi-lv an 1 f>n,rilly "Sit/ii'i'ii tbe ';j'it.in -f tLc Attcrncy CJinc.yar.ce to onv- iuit will lw PIIWIICTPII (to. Sweet -

$ rD.. ihie bal beei i C 'a;:es. tt rntx r 't tcB i true poldier and' UoiieuUi"t] unflinchingly rppeda 1 have; already snid th.it the Conventif bail (loiii-rhl i; ; to its Iil'tv J l2. JAMLS 2S Lard by the I.tntr? Worcester Saccc and ;

e (i B.q'reeUt r.ives. x' : 1 ..i. tV-tioiien! itivl friCbc>i'Jsr.i, ia whatever f-iuith-rv j ji.Jiy Joneit3 woik well. Now, lit t every Dtmo.ctat '. Yv'hiit jir.t f IDS: !,.t'ver ti\ tn tl.at 1>1 i i- a whit June 12. .* by th-i barrel, ',tlIcri.

t1 the Dn: crt : n j,, j. e be \irttented. go ad: Jo his work cqiKslI} \\i-ll, ami all bOUiiikr i.nthe slt\ -ry iU'->(tiii tLut..ii.S.'tt' Glass, Oils, White > by the do. Durham Mn tan*.

thC ri bt ..fl*r .- lv&flu3to: te 1-y the half (K CftTnne Pepper,Ite. .
fa i.T lit* H- 'i Fct'jliC'l, *j iLit 1 the can JiJ.ite fr Vice President 'IV.Ft. will b* sii: And fc'jcb, 1 doubt not, will bi1tho tOXESltl.W ( la"c r-p
'. sib liti'A thkl Salad
f iu iwl .ici) tt CJiTse 0.1; 4tlt14Jfl AsoniFu SCIENTIFIC V/OMIEE!-// ;--rti;>i* S'Xip. small lN'XP. Drcwing.
Fra Fierct eU1 be f L& I. )UJ' tbE4Ui1b King of Albania is a dea:'.>cn-.t of the )highest charictcr course ol the party ; fur the d.-iT o -ftj-iirx.-Dr. J. S Jl-.u hiW-s P. ii'iu. The Tru: !1)j- .J.\Jr KMPC( White i.i whole and hall Soda Bi ciiti .

tlrf c wiastioa; taJ r 12 tv -rk IK got vp tar ,: lorig tried ii the tcrvi"c cf his country; tbe! "
c it Stre co1reIJk'' Uv:. T.TIV lfr.'e out. :tuJ In- >ituctd vise o.n 1 prudent, .ind devot'-d to tlC all the signs of the? times-the hand writing. i It, or thi! ; FiNirth S:<>mih ot I IIC OL nft'-r dtrvcIS.ircn 5 TJUOiL! i.i I IK papers, Water M 4

cj jrJinjy! dtf: .ttei E 't H ile, v-Lo io r. sniirt,* | ) wntituuun -I 5 i5 the wall and ther it I is written in li&n- of Lii V-7. the r< tt riiil": >.;i Ml CJuuiif 1 ?. piotn:;r" Fire-pror.f Faint .. i, the-l.' Butter "

retim3fl. DeXt \iit > t- pcii.u I Iu'iJ > and tLe priuriplca of the democratic pu-ty.- upon I" J. S. II.j-Irui'.. M. 1 U, Iii;'.'..1! ;.!.'-!. T'u' i- 2 bjireli. ltr--fit: ;<-.I V.'haTe Oil. C'-rrr Starch, Pilot and Navy Bread.

; :! un;. I aK c'tjibiimuot.! tritLhe The people km-w him to be one in v.hom they coji words thr.t need no interpreter, that a dtmo- truly won Jrrfu! r "iir -!y f,.r In \\;.--'i--t l\; ]P' p-J-x 2 lr.J'1 OiLl lr.L (' ; Ch.rtuagre, tP..rtr and Ale by the doc

iiil V4i4, Bit TI.J Lo <.: cln us LJ i Lire < vry cyn5J. ;jce aril ia home. just cralic adniiuistrniion; is to control the governmeiit Ja-jri'IIc". Liv'-r C< ;ni.d; : t, C ->i-.tiivi"; >i :i.l! !>-.!.iiiirurinjj \. FiirttTurpi| i t.ir. in )ir:. '* rnl k1taii.P Cider by the doe

iEI SeiU-'r cu i-s tjui .f u: cc is sullpi : will be iwiliztvi.l't'h"l. txj.eeu.ti"ii of the country for the next four years alter iritiuewa* Tflt t'' 'vl, t '\ njti--i' H-AU >-r.il r.- >rtiit.t of I Icr<, l lu-hi. : 'ly t-f Ik' scnnt, Old! WiiUkey,
:I :
; -,u ti, nod I trust fnr lung years tlertaftt.r.! hguJiI, LIII! *
the'aiJUikca ] Th-itwhli Piorce; nntl Kin? fir c'jrslaailarj i Ti5o.'v5'U'i iv ''f if- va!-m. f.iri-ln-! Ly iigi.t.* ; !I JiTo-, 1 5 22 Rectified "
Hie: flew o ftl.c trr: : iJlSli; l-eerrsc rf I It i is not) r quc'S'JO'i l lnur5 we look f'rwnnl t' a glorious I Iiivcr rSoc ij'iticcain'iiig a-lwrii-vnK-u.; lloxr Murtinn ar.d Pifalilli. .
vijtmv | ,
by :LtD !ay ..ti? p ny 01; Tvx-.f tu- Not who lit 1 get the majority, but hot : .- Wine, Syrups, Extracts, 4&

t.ti'i. whicL ii! put j jfoitU great that majoiity' shall In*. And let us ex-j Fresh Dru s, Medicines, A.C. i OLD Port. { Cl: For sale at low prices for{Flavoring ca-h. wholesale avid re
tuJ will honorable '
we rp: rc crt t" have 0.I!
tbjleilbu.. a-itlj Coive-.t'un a'- ourselves it nil honorable JAMES C. OAUBLE.A .
tk :ij up r ert to augment by ; :
.9'1 : Sul'- -ribiT> sao just 1:1 r'e.tijt f f Hii S"n1 ; ; ..
riuiida ia tliC list of Stat which vill unite ia : ii..rry.
jfiti
h the eek'ii.! w:. b t ibve wcofcs ft Tli Eecuiu'g f t'u' stro. r w. :irt in public opinion j *; pril 11.1352. 16
; a : ti ? .IFtn ; >r ig; iii'T-t-K-k <'f M' ii"iin-. '-'':i-i-- ii-: in I piit of Ki.ul.irb. I..-n ]JIMI; rVirifT. .

t3'.il.Ll liultt: tveb-wd, inn'L' cJ n 'II ) their triumph nt tie (iit'iii g vctthsn. ; ( the greater will Iw our potter to tiigo.id A1-W-, Si-.iiitn 'uy. Ckpl-wi. I I'li ril"rul.. !irL1 !y l'rt"h9. Groceries &c.

id: man wli ui the ti Le-rvJ Dv-uivcrsicr ck-otca. !Iii The rca-.lir.g <'f the reJuluti i\\ vas intirruptC'l lvfuqucit and tu render our piincijJcs stable arid I l'i-iai: Taitir, l-eJ; !. .lalup} llyi>le r '*:is-.i. I,.- U.vtV'rrv Sru '
l.c-rf. Mr. P.ipy then: fallowed ii a eh 'it"pc ill !i. Jrcn. ID ii'K* JTt-fjrv. Hvrp: I alile Iron, ;- ?cii'Scr3 PUtcs and L. F. Rogcn from IT'e*
] ; :!), tLe party on.er. Mu rer.V4)i-hgwinilcJbt.t eilifi''nt.And: A".titf Mjri.iti-! ( i"i. i.tht7 Orie-in -
: IpLt.; i : ; Myrr'u.: r.lIsfl "
'cl eivc'l veil tl kiiftt1? zr.l :
IM! Tigihuce of Gen. !1'jerce E1'c'ei it faun dif jrr.re > luippily ciu incpr I may presume thus to speak, with r.=; RII t S-i j., I'..w I. r-. !-> Ii'- NilrjTc .Mlv-r, S>-!Jijnl U. li ci'K" Bacon Side and Shoulders, -_.

Lthium. 7I 'U.cc.T-v,2 utc -nventiou !.&:] iu ia it3tivCtM UJW.H thc ir.f-c'.ir.nf, vl.ih 'i>-
    i'. < <:r.- .e.L'.i! I'i'If; '.r Appl 'F.n 5 tiercea S-igar-curod Ham.1,

    fr setjiil.svjth fj/.hufi.-'tic T-LiU'Ihs. Mr. I/'iir sr.-. ]. i of tint wiiich t Ihi! i< n.-cT io- .!..!-. J! 'r! '..;. .Vr---; l 1. -I' aii-1 V. !.i.- IV-ei i ii Ci'iva Jt-llr, l'ri '! Pae.i ,
    txtci 0 reui >r a ilcr. Mr. Atvro-jd vhavv..-.-. j great p.uly upon : ; "
    .t-. C.4!'.iit I 1 l'ruAci i i I. ;Km--. I'-iv.! AT.Tli !.!.!- 75 birrA Superfine Flr, r
    kri bo .tl tl f K'jluti': n- iu i few j w itii" :it I'-naiks, ilri-j vLi5 will :i--vtibb! iu city, 10V. tVill:1g': luvl InmK-t < (('urrr't 'i.! -
    to tl.e -
    np'i.3 to fte-s'-r.t. Sc'isetiueJter *
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    : -, Tai1jir5 A-iil, ( io'i.r:,. St -uin >Vl. tp ur: B't.Vltri" ( ..d.tii.fliv.ri 25 M Family
    Ac Ew.ja.iU- it UititJ] tbat he W 8 iit a i-jES tmiciv vat i> *riLIc ob-:\ t'lnvi' a2iltut c :ir com.try! to rosp'V.iJ; to tiu--e i p. ri'.l I ilM I pu-1.iiu Leaf Lard >
    1, ;in K-r rir"'] t'miw.iy Ani-e'n Er.i't3, :3 ,

    ) tucj sriih tbfte: -*JL-rs.; AootUr C3 : jtijl) .ti .tI tLt )u.(l .liItg t.i r.. ittIt tI-: IPii j nfi'nitjj'.tione! ar.il to pledge tia-tusthe?, tacIt< : iint < !u" i 1'r7.-iz.th.; 'JiiJa.-'ii'-1. AiinH-tiii.; ('aTIiI envt Pf'Vt N, lfleg '4

    T.I C1id, t: er 1'.- 1. tt -it ctw..uI t in.-e, rr what f.iut rwyM 1.i' fir.i.! with tinpla f-mi.f i all. frtitlifully! to labor lor and mppoit them, j !.,*. ?-i'ii I ot:t. nitit;: o;:>.
    11e Lv 1i well know I ;in-.;, r. Miu-ir.l: 1'.iil Ki'l-r' C .I ;r' -1- \V t.r. S era 6 i 4
    !
    'trv (Ft fri tLIt.1ka 11 I knoxv to Otc-
    reqtl TI n e1ti1et !fl trust myself enough b
    ::2 l11 tic -i'r-iU .. .. 1Tcom
    I/ tf Oovorn-r Diti-'no- i I
    .2 jJ "
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    ; -kIriIh-Bu11i4. tjotn.t4Pk *, TOTT W 3 .
    u wb b r.t, thc '. 7r.k tliat; tin.e for i'hee< is fact -. :.:: :, = )::y,
    : iU'LC ijJw.&y mv public r"Trg : .
    bv tie Ix'ci.lUure, afu-r ntt.Lj hrci- (' i.t-.iiJ..twL Ki t. t'oljinto. Arri.n I-1. llji.! i. ( PrriI -. '. ? "White L'esas, -

    ; iLv. VrU.,tt bUu Ll7a e..r,. (f e.uwiwr U' 't- rf ]. ny.t '. .iwny, aid: t.iat: :nu pr-si'ule! event cr.n evt-r a- --I)':_ '-iii.!: IJij'i'i'i I v.M
    T'_ .t. c r. vul oft.-- Ciur1tor, 1 i..riui.lj;ji y.Mlbf rn V.'Li;; rppTtintipla('e v.p n f;*.n.I'i.rc'ti g iii: \1ia\ ::,: my iritnj lu-forejh" An *ritiii: : ji/n- M .rj.-is.: (i'lXiii-l nii-1 f'irU'i.itt-l. HUJ.I n.tlt z1't. 1 clariatI'i
    rjicii Awl i (i-nr-ii. A' !--Mriitlr. '*, N' Garden J'> barrel l RectiaVl
    j-h'sii'
    t&TiS: t-) ] ii&ffauti-tvrv lanallcs. Tlu tr.'t ) .1.} :.s a canuiJ.ite lor tO: Il ( idICV.( -ACT. Wtiakej, -
    Crrfy5 < 1 f G'-r. Mv-tc-: : Tti''. Ao ti* atiij Citric. i J' V"att-r. KI -.., Oniniri- 2 tirce Carolna Rice
    f 4I'r!! ifl I uiil not Know this, ii' :ri
    '1L J. if .' .I Uilrca: ;.'tr1 : vat as ( : yi I 1 i.I'. ztl I I.I&Veii \ViJt I':lr. riiig I rs- RI'TA % Just received ard f
    fwitjf t th. tirhe ;Lri ,t In.rraut !1.- I _- 1' .'. 1'v: wh'flc c'uat'v. .My ::mbi'.ii i buunii: to H .[.-, Ii -rL", A.--:ul: -'f: \\ l.i'-ii : i--- lmK aij'l <*l"ln tiic. J.j.t ;.,, l 2. 2 JAMES B/QAMBLS. -'

    .::4.L; :i Ii ufU i tti rd (i..v- Ttio /.*. j.'j.t:? / ts.7' <-U knov$ llr.t tif-! 1'i.tn uxn't serve tli" p--oj-le Michigan, t.> whom 1 oen I >t iria'iitv.. Fv/r tal'TV 1 ApnI24I2. 16

    ri,,.i Itt .-. : ,: ti. .*. .;,.: un 5eUd laifrvj ( (i'bl of {&/r titutle.! I can ii".vr rol.V.: ypt :i j. r ..loni'AN" fQu'.r -. I i-1'eas.. w jreas_ VI : '

    ) t.- aiaiii--':-r j*. villa" a n.itvhf Ju to tcoj- j Jfurltor I tliuti Fidiiltlij I'i'.rc". f"? *\
    zy: lajficcvu'ji.'L -s. j ios,!nKst in btir.ij i-vi-ry i 'pIatJ'-i. l'r riH-.i-iui ziMT -- -- .3kfl received ban'Lvtne asssrrtmentof& .
    i fil'n re 1n'I l I liidie.:i iI : >s. i s. very
    "wtirresp.-jj. /. of t'uo Cour.Vr uf-ri lv lcin Lc I>(-iiC'C.i: 'v' <,f N--.V ILtinp-i.itf.; ;, lie iaiKtvUUiht -; fi1ow.Iiitr'n. Loin- Taints, &c.TA JutclS5. 2-2 i..nable READY MME CLOTIIH7S embracioj

    ie: BiguJc, TLe jvltutif tie ianfarJC'a Johu I', i'ak' &!n>uidlxk<>htrn.-h-I () i" word inoro, ; ,- Kir.SXo.: I WhittLal.I. Sp-.nMi rro--!, variety of COATS, VESTS and PAXTA.-
    c.-rretp td Looi !1.., fhj tutc f thc ..itxatitn i.f etitt-r iitts: thi- contest t with n determitiati: toi J '
    ; > : i : : r : j I V / Vill 0i.MC hr-m* V.llv.!! HK,:<-, i'r- Notice. suitetl to the season manufactured from ths

    tn-- T< sii VitL'-t-t H t t ti;>il .'i u !iut -<>iin- pMt: I i'* i: .- i conduct it upon piiici: ; l- : upon thov. 1.1? M.U 1'-... ('!.r..ne Jiii! J I I'ati- < ;rr.-'i. I'at.-'it F.l-i-k. crr-l-tiT" ? approved materuls, styles faabionable, wcrVm nn-

    Frsclzja riercc-irr 1 1 alfrr aioro wcfjits- ', t.nc: 11L'- td; Uui*<'iy f-b'>ult] be er f.. e-i whicii constitute: tin diSeiViice b-twet-n the 1l'i'i.: .. 4 r.ti- ?Pm-r.il. S;. n.Oi.Lre.. M.-tJ-. .Al.L.j..rnn-: *,, rtt.i-rwi.-p, lifttfe i jut-rst unsurpassed.Friers .

    t tCociiiftt.eei.j_ : u'.t l.-nvc i .vii ( i.1'I th! S'-utli 5.ij. TLe Po.t yjt, .rciut1v ,itli :u. D.-mocratio That 1 rr.t S ( 01.i, U-.aL JJIUI an L.-li'r :tr-h-; or low ti-i suit the times.A -
    th-i
    n".il
    Jt iTfr-
    \Yhuj : parti" .I.ihu X. Parni-I i late of ">
    4 U6'Xr H* .. >M .i tu'i. znj ..ii'.w ) iwIy l Ileree dtprhc John Atwuwjol'l.is i.fnin.Ji >ui .r '
    \\il; b-' iiobKtii!> in which r..l -i-: -I. wo i
    a ,
    : then h'a p C.r 'r i. She is c aSfvhtiwh \ t'YL.I tvri i ''J.rji 3 citicu.: a rcjuoiuii'-v l> ILe Fug itivt: bhiveLa l tue with bouor. lnt! !.-! n* rfj.'cl :ml if-! : au-i Ice. .
    .
    i b.r -> I.: : ,
    itJiitc: iiiiiJtv.f 1.T.'iiL zt1 >!; liivhad U't i vre UTucjrpO-'iiB Liii-i Jiaj Lua bcritT ti mie \ -"to iii
    *<*:l: tTo p.J u! I l-r a c >aitii: tjj't i"l but im>nMJTJ li an tliis tanif1'iu.k l': .rct\ :aitiis whicii i-I unl"ui-tir.vU-ly. too pr -vil; <:!ituponfucli I T r.c-i.c&I 1.v_ tii ltt arriehz4! ffI1I eW 0.- :crdtate .aTI-- .vf ta v.icli I willde'iver to prf hises frcrh C to 8. A.

    !, Iftrc :IiCr ', J Ah J. { f.ccaMonVe s .tk liigi! r r\)- ., : r>A:; nn-l trt pprjon" in thC cr.untry st my fcotr-price
    ; s an uuwtt, wmii .
    ati
    Mr. MasA-i-lI JJct.-.o ci-3i.Lc fjr CuirL .
    P iIie s r.rz4e.I t', tI Seitt. i.ui ilalec.i iject". nfid sho'iM! ) ( ))iI'OV bibber nujnn \ ,< t I MM.-I .; ,._:., -,,?.? j-- : Phfi'T n'i.'. tf ""- the-1 Oft t. ur mors, if t per hundred and 5 ceet|
    h lite i jusc.u'io-j, tuu..)*"] the rf uliticiis. lie vii iir..i ... I&,.ni..' t Si.i.n! JfTervo! c.i-rt.: .J-nv> 12 l' f-2. Ib. in "nail p-\rct-R Ticketa may be had at tea .
    a fir) C wd cs'-htvrc J iLc U'HO
    't'\! f. cnf !l i .' ., I'lntU' ;; ;; ., V 'r.-i.i: 50
    :#zi Trxte ii ISlt, On.. Pn-rcs wh u: i ilv .- i t3u j.tti >a '.flh' v' nvn'j! !'. .-.i-li.: .., ; .aI" Ill'llIv ; of Tuoma* Ilavwanh" .
    tb-
    .1 l !l.iruself and t.
    far f.t.y.-ts: wtint is :r to : In RICHARD EATfVARP.Mayl .
    u htiila ; H let c J: vt1t.JJt : !.*< .;.')> i1- : H'is "p-ri t.1? ? :Lv.w iif ;-rr-ji'; < ii.a' iv by it, o|. : :> Ki/N. Kvtia: : >U L.niis rin'.r;
    raiibo f- to ; to q'Jit tI ti! .- O.i-i IS52.: -17 tf
    I pr -> siipp-xt. t fA 0 M-.ON: : cir.ccir : ,
    h-j .
    Vit'lra i" J.Ktriil vlnc'j
    '
    ; i tirHj; -u, e 11n 'J :'. vri'u n-SiciraWe !I'<.*. tint yvowi-.l r.i'h lie _
    ei ; rc jj'utej Jialo. n :..i -. .U-J cM.. -r c-ia.ii- j C )nU'al l ':, todci'fi; i ioih.-it ''I i i eurWe :U; kp .- I.etf; I.arl. i-I kri.L. R. Cut ten, C'- --
    i-'l i_' _' L'l. t ifjr<- T ictLc ] 'i'j i'.c .. "it ( ] jij :,'j 'r
    : true: :> tie lies tt< < J I'.rret;; f .ii*, v. J JLLn I fli: % are bottor wi'lu-nt --ici! n man '*

    tccj: triur iu.ti/ .. .1 i.j :t. z.rr A<- ? ? F-, ;iL r tin .v-nt iulo a Jfjnuu- txaiihtimj iKt fJ i 'I'than with hinj. Tlie are h noiabe! points of 3. S. KNir.LiT. i I! .Iun D. Tri li wt-'l; in hiwn ri HAVE r<"vntly receivM the following artiol ,

    -k 3 a niniiuuu-u Ity ho I5tre< alc! pwtf. I.t6 1., (']. 11.1rf (. rt a-si )rcI.nt < <'iiu tic F.IA I ry 'iiiVieuce between us an.I l I the whi.r* June 1?. Is52. 21 trat'-r <>f th t-t toofVilImui! n IflPh will be sold at unusually low price:
    1 otter faviii{ tiiei.. w <,f tiiii< ''no ,. : t l. )igi 3 di.7ru Vv't'iked CrtlLtrs. ""
    >
    of I fcnu-i'it.s.
    E11', f lie -r-l lh".t } had ft t
    .F4'1i .fl. i-itj rr>:n it : i<> c cr i I
    corcu'J'j MM u.'it i. h? w..vihi.Tlit I IL3 t to 4'z: '' :ill I oir: r.Kcntion t r.nd t' call! forth Lamp Chimneys, fl'ponrin t" t5i* C
    .ua J maa p t t-j- -i i :< '!ri.c!: -n i .'Irv:;.' 1.s 1. : ?'U]>'tJ couscrvalivj- grou.il wii rf< n ih-<- tn tint. ; oli o-ir eV.er.y, without enteriri; into ssiich aj "TY7"ICKSCaJMj>! !!,<'. Bisntiii'j Fiui-1, Spirits Turjx'itHi' railthdt s.i.l! ilfffinli'.t. 2 CbenItzettet.S *.

    w. the ita.-r i 1)4tt. vcir.i' *a \<.t pent rally, and pariieularly in th- District .1 i piece of warfare. Recollect tint! we are all ', S..l.nilj.i1.1Si! .r r.ie 1 1vi *i 1'V out of the! :r.attif< FiorM.i, > pieces assorted Lace Ac.
    iv'-r LJrU Ifl
    f the II"Uf jr ::4tzefltt Q.iiuej-Jnoe IP, 18.V2.; 2t tf It i f>,-l r"'l. Ilia saU Jar.e 4. IS2. 15 -
    'u'i.. tin wif!. *
    b'.aic-rv i i.
    : ,: -liih; r.. : ; e of i j'-ibU't-; .teil in its honor null prns1i.ritv, n'nlthU _
    wL-i-J; I .d'-t ptt 1 h? luia.iri'.vrifiH.e.1 i t l e -
    aiM 'uI'aI. rnwc-r or ii '
    :t1. fl OaU) 'tt a yt j.?! trtoIL i( rjCOtiZ we OilTer iaipoitnnt pj'mtof nppr.ir Shirts,
    a i t .tp.Tf: ( n 1: 1Ji V ; upon imny Quinine."NOUS paint fil'-il lu'rehi within f mr

    .': rIjbj !q during Mr. Pui'! : e'i.sjztt'n, fl'. vtii in cf f>in'c rif\.rr Oi; th"! ppfliin! nvrnment and nthuini->liit!
    ;tI tMei; : vzr; 4l4o' j L u ritireI i. M. cjntcruled. 1* is vftyt'ir !, mi i th f.iney col4>r of which are extra fin
    ; aarJ r1teti a, Jlr. flcti. i M vk the same common object peserva-: j J.LJ alt1 fir :Jc ('II L'"l t.cryIu4 lV' Kill of cunipiiiiut ill! be taken % Borijc
    i' pii.d: bc tb instituticns. J. 1'. JORDAN & (i.._ lairs : ..1 will ilt "to a T." Just received and for**! TCTT
    li'iiit'-il] eoLfi-knce of tin1 wh.S utli. inj lot of tu? j ton and perpetuation' of our gloiloti: -
    & .:n-rf. ', reja *." J'roti'lul.; That of t1l5 bv \V. T. MITCHELL.
    Juno 10. 1 2. Ot 'dsie. J-'fa. n ]
    Jjfifii'uti, Q
    :: gi1h.t .'i. t.r.J z4ivt ('1 (, z : South I'lHy, but <.f a'l parts !it hope and our; own.I .- ,iticv a wi-ck. ( 'r the fnpy j'u.'ij of ft> April 2tisi_ It

    ( L; ( fl tv;' t tC : lrf >au*<.' <>f IIH finn ft-JberPnve to tV! (*->n=tituti- I I Let th" rivalry between us ?, hereafter, which Syrups.LK1IOX. no>wpnnT| printed iii the city (>fAt

    PjJ: LM dMtL 1liuii 14t I&t.t4Iij v\\\ the lights uarant >"d tj
    ) Li :.zi rcu ii the jr.ict. t.f th Les f i :s unyielding;) i iii .ii 1<> auyUmig like agitiitbri be; u rivalry! of the heart and of th* nntkrafindiiig iilla! >ymjm; als"] Lime JuW, Turra it'sStltxer J. \ 1dI_ (14)DflOt1) & si-ARXESrespect

    .1 Le L.Jr Ci lie LI VLU 6 (1 Ne'' '.. I I te ith t.t&b r-. frtiu! ptq tee ofai/ioyinj th.' SuuiL or dcpjiviajL not of the tongue ; patriotism; AtH-ritiit, CV'nhtIs jjij CMHMO*. F'-r t-nl l liv." J-jne r., 1.S5C. 22 1-9 ;'H... hive J fully purchaWd inform the the above public that they
    Jell JORDAN' .t C. Establishment,
    t.i zi bt L d. the Svtrth of her uo{ of abti-e. Notice.
    priprty. Quiii7. June 10, Is.;?. 24 '.'t > and will spare no pains to contribute to
    I <> ittfioluli'ji.s irc tLt-n put t'i the mtttlujinf aoda.1..i.t.'d These noble sentiments should meet a re- OX the first iby of thc nc\t comfort of f: thr guest(. The'r table will be well
    Court in anI 1 f the
    >r County
    Lubin'3 Extracts.TESSAMIXE. with the best that cnn be procured, and thcjr
    iaaee Spia; East Flcji3a.In. uiiaiinouy..fl4 pone in the bosom of every r.ian who love* lth day of Oct.'lMjr next, at with choice Wines and
    alway* provi.lod Liquor
    rn1(titg 1.a : 1si-i mna11y afljoirrn/'d, was Demo Millrk".ir It.so. R-ni-h and R, .i.ly, 'rMu'd. Ailniiitratnx! "f th*
    .
    he be
    ) i'rrp: : his whether Whig or They pectfully ask continuance cf tLd
    country,
    tl.ci ailjifd by iuJc Er'wme DcicocratJc cartdiI I p IVx-liu'y, G ifniiiiiitn I, Vl-Uttc. Jm'ti'v C'Iib: A.>\- f W. Waililcl. lafilv dcct-a'.eil.
    ttt:! .twn 3i.ia1 Sr inj E in l:: t FhoU t, of llair Ci.niba heretofore cxtcaded to the itou c.
    b. crat. t' ;<..thr, With a large iiSaotlnit-iil tion tf the Hitnoraole J. Wayles
    vot(. % jJ IL t L.vti 4. .Li Ji Jttt- r <5ovru'rr.. Dru-h-3, Tix.th i ru>b.es, Cloth Hn 'ho.., Hiarcral Pate ?ai.l l Circuit Court for authority C. nODPOLD.O. .

    Te dj v.zj p'.bure: KOKKRT BUTLKR: ClutinnaaC From the A. I': J urunl f (.'oest'u7ce. and 1'owJt-r, IVrfiu'i>l S"aji", -tnvticand hair Fluidr : lots witbin thc rity of Tullaha.'.. STARVES.. 4

    ,T1 SlE :__.I u.iii>tai'i; there is a import x'ut in '. R ])cKr.. Serf1arv The Presidential KoraiEees.Ilisrclll.uotin Fl<->h IVwiler. Colt Crwim. Lip S:1ve, Oy Mari i retted as Lots No' 1 5 and IS, in Quincy, January h lS. 2 tf

    i e U iij Lc.na ( .1i4tic (}Iht tI.C irjntJre that GUL I'i rcevuuj-oiverf'alyii runty quarter, belonging to Salt.

    rju LLVCJ &'V f lLiJ i Jr New York and the Nominees. =truiuentul iu cettit! j up a n-w Oi-uTe-iiti'Ui in,JS'rW | ct--ir: Oil*. Chalk U.ON, C.logn.Crcwr!, WorstetLi deveaicd. IMPORTATION-2000 sacks Salt, re-
    ':' fret The! Xatioual Democrat of the uunnufe, Pierce nomiuati"U i Xt edits, !Vrfi>iattJ l5.qr, tc. 1''r sulo \>v I M. "WADDET DIRECT
    t.w.ftt.!: .f R c r wtt. .-r.-u Nw. f..r cays 1I.LnIp.IAue. iu the early port of IS..l. f.r the per bsrk Resolution,from Gloucester.aaU
    V i'r.1t' ::i "'"f t5'51} *'wli.' i'.Vt'-J vlsitipg: the SprirgE, and King: i'fa OuWriiutoiial eIIn.li.1ate iu 4q'p..iti.W1! to the J. r. JORDAN ct C..'. JtineI1. 22 for sale Itbv the quantify by D. LAPP.X .

    ?tO..t1.E4* !.'la yc1e1 nului.1i t-$ :C it tlieni. I will: Pav "Tbt-y are now b.tre the country, ao 1 vrc hesitjiten Pu-v.; Frce-S"il Atwo.iJ Ii'b-l & .nt lH4'1 poem liad Quill"?. June J?. 152. 24_ 4t_ xaaio at .- .'w-.. 1. 'iirt Mnn-K-....... _?f v>, 1CS: ;' tt$ !
    yuincy
    3b oi! Itjth(T I : tIec l >t t P Jeclire in the! inwt cmpliitic luaimtr: that th retied the ein.vratic bom atiIbn. llic new Oonreutiun Establishment

    '1t.he e.iebv of %aUr c\ tr tht S1nz gaI.C.4e dtu'.ocrutx; n 'i.iiiif- \\iil be triumphantly <-lrCt';
    A -'st.cfdf 'lilt juL/u.-! it 5 ia perfectly iminuterml whom the bv (tLc Lti i>lature, though uot by th" jwJOpK a :NO. 6S ICANE: SX NE\V YORK. and end October 21>tlL and Merrhant obtain
    main can supplies
    -j T* -1-5 n"t'; ', nouiniatt' the vcrwhclniJnIv to an elei-tion! i ithstStito. and IJl- Teachers are en ployed in thc DRUGGISTS
    aa 'rsnlirn. f-T tb Lefk whijs may ; country Ii so joiitv nf the v.ites beinij nep sary MANUFACTURER br pplk tion tn -
    UJ *.v w Lrii tn UK.T the ti uib, nad obligw! Jc-iuocrjtic that: t Lo ut-fcat of ur in>iui.i( -js i is notuitiiin ( Gea. Pierce i in ia shoit a Nuti'Hi.-il; LTiJ.'n1)etierat. nHEUN'TKIN' all sort of INSTRUMENTS f.r and the Institutii-n la now in a lu prices;s 'EWIS 4 AMES; -

    Yours triJf, lie.: tLe rur.gt:
    Jaae is:, *n.T.TREZYAXT. 44 The cl<'jrcncy: v 111 be *TfocUy! tiriitt-J ia l3n-ir the Coiiiproin:* ia all its part*. The more his clmrnotT AmpuUtiiijj, Trt-pbiuinK. Dental. Eye. Obstetrical!, paratus, nnd a va'uable cabinet Mirrht.lS32. tfLLOYD'S V

    c cprIi i't >ur ojimliJatt*. i.t a \Oii-jM-r K>t4)myi Cupping, Storuach Pump Seli Injection, including wa. liinr.; may be

    rrt p.ndemt vf 1/teC.'jrq i Courier. utt -rd atgaust tu-ir) capa--ity or U'ii '*T cy. Tl <- &Ullll I liefjre tije enniunity. The f.1hwitig toant 1'cwtcr Syriujw Laced Str>ckiig*. Medicine ChesLs, For pitrtie'ulars, respecting
    1
    WAS,!-CTOV, ..Tun 10.j ..tirc dern.'ci'y of the natl.u cau with pro]nitty rally which he gas e a fw iimnths bi'tee, Li honor of theC.Iri1prt.iiIe Sii-j>enHrie', A.c.to,and every other Instrument anj course of studio*, ic, tc, we DAGUE'RREAN ROOMS,

    j L'rhC, Fw c.il Democratic 1 jyt-r iaJ Cji: rtE3, iail he a unit hi UuirMjpjkiit." will: bhuw how Le fctaiida ou that Apparatus use 1 by Physicians and Surgeons ; lnYetennary which may be had' "on application OVER BARNARD'S DRUG STORE,

    the J '**' are fl"1t prf-rcircl I, it ?<' tj, t, iivc; in TLc Evciiiu Post couifes to ts with the declarationthat i1Uitl I,.fl. In trument all of which he can fin i>Ii N. H. Con"q Monroe And C/t'nfeft itrfttt,

    rr&1Iieii fJ'1 1'jitiaKr! Ie.U'criiUc )plat/-rM .4 Hy fieni rnl Franklin Pu-rce. The! C
    r* *rJ tilbo Cjiwpr.juU U.JT U gibe tL. u- I'ujji.4t *TIe nomination r.f Fr.ttiVu'n Pierce ofXcnIlamp- Mzaiures 1850 uiiJ the Nt-w Hainjtehire fixed Democra the eal the United Stat, and warranted tn be of the best Ice-Fresh OPEN. P. SL Perfect specimens warranted to -

    e j,,_4;"* n "!' aAtlvUf: 1'Jtrcc nuJ Ki.y. TJ.-y iwvecUl ehirc MB the k-n (>*>ratic ewdiJ.ate fur Uns Presidency, eytTpn, tbe f inner the hitter Jf have N rtli SutIi! "inatri iaK and.most.i-.pproved pat terus. /L XOTHER cargo of the real please, or no charge made May 15. 1852 119 .
    ,
    ? wtj'llo *u the euly$ ct, ia this ti y, th< rut! f4jp.ftrb to u.Tw jjfiit-riil *itisfHeli uniMig tit** detn- (.f their euij'Wtj'' uppcobati: m. no but J*. D. Also so'c rnaiiufacturer of the flexible IronT iTL in, which frnm and after first :

    tLL) Was *l4al. s "IIC "'.t'J'IU' tpe.ii1v tljosc t.f.jT'.utltrV erratic .:.trty. It 'HA far uiorc aufpk-i- iioiiiiaatictiifr n.> KiKt u Hotel. Bnrs, ) Ia1

    rrpujijiu the wb U cjiwcrn. 'ilr.-ldui- Oie' ftatf (lie tleni'ierpUe party in tlie upjdoiirliiiiic <*red maintenance of the eomm.m liond aud title d vo- rectuamcudcd by the Faculty for their Soflueas. like by quantity at |2 per rwt., ( rhougheEinei, 1 i
    ti'ju to the comra<)u brUrerIi'iL"lid' i All orders attended Attorney and CoiBselior at law
    it uukr Jvurr'tiat.- fi>m|>cUiioi than we fart o' uld be riiadv.'Air. Clc.uilifkess aud Durability. promptly thing has yet been ,
    P the Democratic any got np
    f v"Q >c* fr tL th.d, .u.I I1 d 1'ienv it a mail of rxecllent ixriMin.!! ctiaracter \ was nniniu-dtcJ for this which Frvti'lency wet at by Cncnrd to. June 19. 1862. 24 Sin regions.) from the lce-bou early TROUPVILLi; (CEO,
    wIe. Sljtu mveulixu' <>u
    ** yt1 rk "FIeei'i1er', but unJ'r pn-t.-st actrijps Hat fcUpjwiVrr of an xoiKKuii-al MdiniimlratiMi 'f late in the evtziiitq. Peddled out TT73LLf ia tho Circuit -
    last and wrule the following U-tU-r practice Court* cf
    Tbocu.
    tb. the Sth January Reward.
    d* 41 $25
    of the l the atEiir T cuble Uh-ut of laborious liabili
    .. 11"1Irrn, n rwar< < public *, ( re p titles at 3 cts per lt> during the V Iltwfldisp Clinch, \V AppHng. tod Inr '

    tl Diise.% fle N4j.I EraLwcwoc: or t ehe- and nivduat uuilWtcJ mauuvre, nod of n ik jrw of in reply:- Covco. Jan. 12, 185*.' RUNAWAY in November last, mv ncirro very email all out of towu bills Counties in Georgta. and Ia Jeffarjou j. h4J flai'i I
    'iust f1>1 -
    the 'uIsi1e ) uaec Jiiuj$of thc Caucntioiu n'muicw aa-J dcciei m
    I 4JILLIe reeiei! *.%ill fciijjwitaMiuthe the Ix pe that he will out be eaeily pcreuad Mv DFAU Sa1 liberty fcur9 to me through you 4 7 or 8 inches high, bhick. no front teeth wid Ire packed in hipe. but in April 2*. 1833> : JS '

    .tI r4ioii flmioec j; I'reJdcucy. ,wbo i ir.rtl is lAu wiy roeuijDrc iyaio )Ilia tlC of rigiiL Already uj channel iuore ppropriate tliaiiks the C/nnventU'ii jver ibout 4t) years t f age ILonnah h. s a motlier best to send bUnaaU anti) packing -

    kgb& by a Ojnv jtion to U Jield ia th > remark i ootumouly tuiuK- by tboae.who ktn/Xf l>iit4rwt which) to 4-xprt'M my the 8th to inst, and to the nu $iiodicatc.l hI ewuanviIle or TulLtliasAoe, known by the name Newport, May 29, 1652. Hats of Spring ,style. TIT'A'HIONABLElIol T
    IM, ->t i not tj be cuestjorw Uat the iukgrity. that unikr lii, dtiiui4.-jttiu theeB will! lJiclQU! presided on of Mary Ann Sanchez, formerly the property 'of Roman ,

    'IrpItrtr, gerlly1siI1te the ol tbx tf" HIOFCrJ re rsettd. Nomanavill&The aooVe rewjttil ldn Hata.ht ii otil ahk'n
    wiitd .up.n be none >t>e JeprtdMtaoM*p" trrrraiy. b the tet1 and Sanchez, of Green i
    iiienbe .5. of
    41vuv2av .' ti pbU;; 'o oil u scjlc wortby of the /aoat'tefli1J I ai (et eonflikiiee froni btin iLCU LlL1IiteJ ) Vard ntoby will be given upon her being lodged in any jail where! rectirod A lot of ,-a qualities Blfcclc"f? sad Drab Eb saiitb Ea..Ltlo -
    i ( JUST aHety P.dilc
    mouwcfcies of wliwh wo1 have ha b'ca >j .etrrupt her, or being
    Iuin fir.die'eJ .- uu | the pe'pte of this State; and I1th.rnli.the. obJect I can get upon at the WakulU hotel burg Ca24 cL Sira'w Ht.fw b
    The times tlt-maod such i.
    ( tI tLe flt.-JU Dc.c'nts oibf laV year a map .iu the r *olutl who arne Undvre of the oU CaLioo- LOUIS M. COXETTER.
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    4tff tt fIS9t14fl the Ion audjislvays'ooii.n'L
    ? 'sscu, 'weihI 4ii1< Pierce. HemucL to iVMlt b' m y ooeof k..re wu ntj \>at, orprw- theseas
    ed h.cty znd old f.ishioned fctubboruncst iu regard Jacksonville,June 12, ibii. 25 tf 29,1852.
    ttliii. May
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    r3 ajitubt theai. There u not a freeoJiiiu- to ttkrI$44io1&.' iJu not, on g .: -
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    ; nt< 8AtTIBOTT.&CO., ; WAKililA HOTEL FORWARD & TOWLE, :Bill for Partition. tgat jjtigtmtuts GREAT VCRE_

    GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS SPRINGS. Attorneys at Law ft Solicitor in Chancery* FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT IN CHA5CERY.Uordeeai FOR mtr
    AT THE NEWPORT
    %. Middle Circuit of Florida. Da. J. S.
    I "nt TnfKrrlKO ax Kzunto or FLORIDA. Myers, HOUCHTOir
    leased this Trell- TALLAHASSEE, $
    milE oadeffeigaed having **. i* OADSDEN CIRCUIT C TRT.Snuso .
    2r ry Detcriptioa cf Agricultural Implements known tbbhrant ntspectfollj mfora Wv. A. Sno
    c. ;: FonwAan. | Tiywix. William Rowland Wright, The Merchant Bank of 1S62.
    JVJ) MACUWERY. _LiL the vistfcu and travelling: public that Xo051 .wjrwiinr.. New Yor. Thomas W. Brockenbroogh, Arthur S. Trwc

    : : Otoraia mod French Borr Mill Stnnei ; Fi b4* ha* bad it greatly enlarged and thoroughly repaired October 4, 18S1.A. Brockeabrnugh, Hln A, Brockenbrwigb. Thomas Charles H. DaPont,

    : ALSO: GJagen, Cullm aud Bulling Clothe. newly painted and funrishtod. He ha FiJier- W. and Mary Elizabeth Bmckenbiougb. Lucy B. r*.

    AIM, every kind of Product, North and Sooth, and men constantlv employed to furnish his table with E. MArwtLL. X. D. ?iET Maxwell. Elizabeth V. Maxwell, Simeon Maxwell, Ja&p, Martin. PEPSIN

    ,$ aaa paid toe Wool, Hide, Deer Skim, and Shipping Oysters and Fish; in addition to which, every delicacv MAXWELL & PAPY, minor, ft a/, Defendant*. On PetrtMm to E*tabli V.Record of Judgemeot.IT .

    P Tun.BAMUKL. will be provided the market will afford including ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW W UERKA9. Mordeeai Myers bft filed his bill for being made to appear by affidavit that the defendant -
    i f. ''r.v HOTT. HAMPTON L. BILBO. a car o cf the Coot Stuf" in the shape of partiuoa of the property inthecityofApa- in the above stated cause resides beyond

    Battc n Jct. for the warm days. He has a Came TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. lachicnla! known a* share C, of the Columbus prop the limits of the State of Florida:

    '; ; : in constant attendance frr Ladies and Invalids win Februarys, 1S51. 6 erty. consisting of Lots 6, 16, G 1 : Lots 6, 1 16,02 ; It it thirrfert' Orderrd, That a he rinjf be had op

    flow AXDEETOX it COL, Savarm.ih, Ca. wiah to visit the Baths, which are now being put incomplete Lots 1, 20, H 2 ; lots 1, S. Block! 20 ; Lots 1, *. 3, tile petiUC1 tiled therein at the next Fall Term of this

    ;. t.t .4 Fw&L2.x 4 BRASTLJCT repair. Boats will be provided for those CHARLES W. DOWNING Block 57; ; part of Wharf Lots 26, 27, 13, 14, and six Court:
    .) : Wrrta 4 PALJUS, who wNh to make an excursion to the Light House, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT, LAW and a quarter acres of land near the city cf Aiolachicola Provided, That this Order be published for tie period -

    : t. Swirf. Drxstotr i Co James' Island, and other places about the hay. in the County of Franklin : And whereas, of three months in some newspaper published The Tree Dlgtvtlre FlaM or ';astrhc
    I a $ He has completed a new jvnd commodious Tallahassee, Florida. within this Judicial Circuit. j
    T 'a *. -- WJL P. MJUXR 4 Co, New York just Thvmas W. Brockenbroogh,Arthur S.Brockenbrough. REPA RED froin B the
    l< ..: Brucixs NCCES, MASOTT 4 Co, Bexton.K. Stable, which is furnished with careful and attentieOstler Office at the CapitoL Thomas W. and Mary Elizabeth Brpckenbrough, infiinU \VAYLE3 BAKER, Judge.A P ACHOF THE OXater! tc

    'C t J B. Looxii, EM, New London, Ct ?. In short the Proprietor pledge hinwlf to _\ arch 15, 1851. 10 tf <, residing in the State of Virginia; Lucy It Maxwell true cop'c-Attest : LtEBlG. IhegrejHOUGHTOX Phyaiojngjc3
    do all in his to conduce to the comfort and satisfaction R, C. LESTER. Clerk. b1
    power Elizabeth V. Maxwell, and Simeon Maxwell M.
    H. S. McCojms E Del. : D/Pbiriphia
    ; F. Wibnington,
    v.i qn of all who fa\or with a call, and ci1kit W. 0. M. DAVIS 24.1K2. 8m
    :' September 6, 1851. 25 tfTowle nuv* infants, reside in Leon County. Honda; and Ellen A. April >_ 'this i a (,ufr wodiftilTION
    I a HIT trial. A. R NOVE6.Newport. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Brockenbrough, widow William IL Brockenbrough, DSEPii ,
    March C<\ 1S52. I 11 1 deceased, who resides in Tallahassee Florida: Middle Circuit of Florida.IN PLAINT. CONSTIPATION aid DE8lS C
    &, Myers ? -
    I A3 taken his abode at Tallahwee, and will
    H up ft is therefore Ordered, That the said parties ap GADSDEN CIRCUIT COURT.To ing afler fofme's! own ra > *'
    jhodbT Nator.-.
    in the Courts of the Middle District
    hand and ami practice ,
    on sire now receiving new Notice. ,
    l'I S. HAVE pear before this Court m Apalachicoln, and! answersaid SraiM TraM, 185?. gent the Gastric Jaic- I.fr .
    and of Franklin and Jackson Counties.
    I ; > .. assortment of GOODS, consisting ot hF. underpinned; tenders I.i- siiwrn* thank to the March ISM.! '. bill on or tit-fort the first Monday in December .Tiiieph Law and Richard Stm. co-partners, using the 1- Half a 1e.oontul of intj
    T J,
    Gold Lever Watches
    Hunting community f..r the liberal jwtronas which) ha* next, or that the same sliall be taken as : Gold Lever do
    Anchor of
    H'
    < Silver Lever do lioen extended to luni sine** l lw has l l.en wira?**! in M. A. LONG &J.P.K. SAVAGE against tl oin.AJ 7.Reubemi abut tea hovrt, nit of the ji.
    :. Hunting the <"Vtt"n Wfiffhins and Coruiuivion BUHIU. inrallaha&ice. it itfnrth'r Oriffred That Uii, notice be pubHslieil D-bose. PEPSIN i is the chief *I >irnf. rr Gr,
    ( Silver Anchor Lcvrr do A VINO( snciah-d th >m *>lve for the *<> olpracticing ,
    h t Lipine and common Jo Boinij aWit to hare the State of -E- l Law. will give Fioiiia be takes thi .eii'n i iiifurm late pron j Journal of Tallahassee the made affidavit that the detVndnnt Food, lie
    Soutlieni
    Pin to lif customers uitru-ted tltfir Press of the Ivimj to appear by Pinifyrng.PrtstrrJnf
    Geitlem and Ladies Bo om ,* general asottment any bu'iii<'>s to care.
    I--. .' V >.. of Ear ir d Finger King*, Gfld Guard and that all t fl4ttid bu-ini coniM-cted, with Uie iluly 2'*., U51. 20 tf City of Washington, ad the New York Herald of theCit'v in the above stated mn e reside beyond Agprit of the Stotaach ar.d Infntinei. *

    + V : Keyi, Fob and Vett Chain. Seal.Gnld and S.hei I Ware house in Tllabai5 is I Ift in ihe) hind* of hi of New York. the limit of the State of Florida: ed from I the Digestive Stomach cfiheQi

    N. K. Pea:>ls.Gnld! Pens,Gold nd Siher Spectacles, Gold I 5acscnrNr.JO11N F. BROOM a gentleman! Law Firm. April 17, IS.V GEORGE S. HAWKINS. It i, ffierffitre Ordr'dr That a hearing be had on inean ARTIFICIAL DGF.STI'S'EFL.j1.! )

    : SI fere. Collar and iiosom 3utton#, SiUer. PeAl il!, and ,, U v>ll quahtieil bi cairy on th<' bj-mes and nhovri'l BRKVAIM) will in .Iu.l;f of (Wvsteni Circuit of Florida. the petition"filed therein at tie next Fail Term cf this ly like the natural Ga : : its Cne9,]

    ,- Shell Card Cast. Gold and Silver TJ-.im'jIrs, futt: ;jvthi* entire time nnd attention to it. Ili* oxj BEARD practice copartner I certify that the ab>ivu M a correct copy of the order Coi-.rt : pn.andfurrishirtita COMPLETE( and
    ? f fi tbi bnmcli of bu.-im.5i and hi aJmitttxlj nil the Court* of the Middle Circuit: of niaJc tins ,.. this >V f"r the SUBSITUTF.for it. Rytl.eaid
    Fans, Silver and BJlT. lo Combs.Al I j l.cnt.IIc** n : ui cv J J'roriJfJ. That OrdiT paUMied pe- eft'
    Al Frinch AUntle Clocks, Tabl* Knive, TTra
    I,. >*, PiateJ an.JSicrVae1 Siher! T-bte and Tea I tutrc n.Le heretofore extended to nie JOHN HEARD.T. B. W. JOHNSON, D. C. j within this Judicirt! District. DYSPEPSIA are remover!, jo t as ?
    C. A. NASH. W. 15KEVARD.F { R. J. MOSES Solicitor. J. WAYLES BAKER. a healthy Stomach. Ir i is doipepii.rnrin jr w nr r >JfeJ
    SM>on PJaltJ Si 0v>ti*. Fi.rkr, Cr am an.l Soap Laolcs Judge. ff>
    PJitcJ Waiter*. dj.Tca Set, C-j'orij Candle- -.4rpllE 1. J51. 4 tf May 'J2, 1>5C. '.'0 ]0Sontlin A true copv-Attest : !ca.eu of DEBi

    packs Solar L uips, Silver and Gat Giranb s. ( undcH 'nc'l ha* l hetn appointed COTTON SMITH &. O'BRIEN; c-i':; ) Pre <, \\aling1nn, and Herald } K. C. LESTER. Clerk. NERVOUS DF.CLINP! ar DYSPEpC
    _L mid 1 fiu'i'l i all ticWarthorijc SUMPTION
    WEICJHEIi. tunat fo
    AUo.iine lojble bane.!led Gun, Shot ar.d Garre GUI at New York, will copy for two rm>ntlv>, and forward April' 2f, If.V2. 1'> 111j .appowd bt rr> t e
    recently occupied by Mr. C. A. NASH Attorneys and Counsellors at Law their bill with rav. The Scientific Fvidenre ntr.n .
    e.. Bags, and Flui ,fice wket Kur.c. Porte fnei. a paper containing the advertisement,
    Fort Folios, V;lias Cl rcr el and Flu.es: Cte Kaicrs : a'i 1I! tJ va-a.l lt between tht: Stt're vf 1). C. ALLIGATOR E. FLA. to the Solicitor, at Columbus, Ga. j| Notice. hs.ed.is in the 1uibe.t dr-gre CCRIOL'
    W>lm n and Jatiies Kirk.M.v, E.ijr4. MA B l'A BLE.
    >
    b .
    creditors. I entitled clitriI
    Streps: &c.Eeat j I.LT. person" gntcc to -
    f qnilrj: a.iJ gprc al a--< trr* fTOWLU rrc ry. JOHN F. BROOME. M. WHIT SMITH. I M. OT.niEV.Oi5c COACIISMITHIXG & BLACKSMITIIING j I -*- biition. f.r other( *i.e inttreotf-d in te! estate cf tj SCIENTIFIC ZriLr..VCE>

    i .. &:., &: &. MVCKS April 1M.M.( 14 tf .' at Alligator. j OfTu-c r.t NewnJi viliK \ IN GENERAL. j I Jesse Field-! lnt j of Jefferson Couiitv, Florida, de- BARON LIF.BIG ir. hi e eb'af rf
    < f r 1' ("ol. S.; S. Still i T, Savannah Jii-li, Tnoii I .*, j I wrtk
    Deccbr,1S1.1 5 < ; p censed are hereby notified to exhibit tl.eir claims and rrii Chemir!. sacs : Aa Artjficja'
    r Notice. D.-V.I %-. .'.irk niltO.I.:! ; J. PAI.MOivlo.. I demand within '
    L. l7 fCK I two year* from this date to the un- F1'iidanal-ous> to t th- Carrier are
    NEW GOODS. VI.L pT vis. ere Iit.r. lgat.e. i ntittfd to 4 otl.-r'Aiv rct-I the -' if I 1) K'1'ECTFLL.V inform the citizrns vfif' tk, oa.
    r m & m I indebted to the said deceased, are requested to make the Calf, in which
    Y.v
    I Si 1L'STire 1 f'ra1e (per C.5vhr.C. I!F.iiia1xth.VHP.) frn i ian handsome Y4br VilUani: G Clark late of JeiToron (Vjntv. }Fl"rid. j J. W. KEYES, M. D., Dentist, ; Leon and riui;hloMi.:; Counties that he i ipnrchaMd irnrnr-diate payment to meat and eg?.,will be tcfu ned,
    by a ; asortm -
    vry dect-a'-ed. are hcrt-by notified to txhil th.'ir cJiim J lorattd iii ( -iiiev. mfic k-t4 } the 'taMi-linunt lately ownod | led in Mr
    nt"f rsPRLVO and SUMMER GOODS, suh I's *; in his ic-idcnco, | JOHN WOOTEX. AJmr. ,fix name manner as t.i jj
    2 fli.unti.. liiblions Bit Lace atJvjraje and demands within two y -arf">rn tins il.'to. to the oj| (t Mislia-s Ijtwns, uncK-r.-i/ned. the arncwil) barred ai"i allS'fl4 ('abinetVarerismn.. and i is do all work !
    : prepared to
    or *
    i 17 1 ls. 2 Dr. COM BR. in '
    .Tanuaiy f j
    KJ '
    Lin Cambric HanJkervbiffs : I ai'jao.e wri'im; ..
    Vi its. Jiilk Shawl .i
    .n iniitbt d to th* ..ud- dect.ij.td. are ruquoU t' _.: j of (he iibou- character in the \ery best manner, onr.asonabe Notice. f "PhjsIoIofy ct Dzivri.n) ." .. *
    .
    Needle Work MantilLw, and a >ari.-tyofotl.cr rti.t'X -! | TvdU.ai dE"
    :
    ., > tiunieruuf to mention. Cull and MX' for vouitclvis. nnkt itnmeiliatr r. Valuable Plantations for Sale. i I tent*. and with puncttLilitv and ilfpaU-li. SIX rnontln after d-ite. I will apply to the Judge | nurion of the rnc qnan-ity of fl > Cajrric Jaic a'tr
    He claim to u'idtM tb hibu.ine
    ;' 4" -..U..SJG& j JMlT.Y: cL.RK. Qaiii.dTtfTr.n PlanUUon r.t nt occupied bv SILAS R' thorouirhlv, nndto lV>bett of Gad>den Countv f.>f my di Co'xitr: May 1. l l)2. 17 :im THE pre IK both able and willing to rive sn' faction" all ard he ..ratetLit "
    n-H Boy*' s5u'nnir Hat* atI! Cr.iv.ite, B-JOU i j4 fr -a. It i* utiwtc'l silent five wb furnUh linn with ; Adf&inUtrator of Ce.-r.re" A. PiTrrtIi.efeased! I ( a di4tieI2ihed i ? prr-fe ; .
    > rnav: s ork. Particular! attention icme' Undon., Io
    in %
    .. .I sni Shoes, and j"Xi First rate Cigar.j *. j Bounty Lands and Pensions. i'lid5Vet 'f Tal.tliaiflfltiat1c! .n wilf b* paid to i W. S DILWORTH. j was -etrrelj sfLcred wih ,
    < 'I ho l.ind i January IT, IS.2. Crn lccrr.pair.rf.nJirc! { everMbing *J. !
    efafail. .
    -AL 0liaV Ifi'linj to Qljn v. PIIJ.J und Himinork. bad r,
    j Qirtcr wd Barrels Ma-k n-l. fr,-hed and j j 'r JL HKun.ji't-iZ'i i: 3t.(5 iJ.luvirctna !earraMzetnentsMithI ii rich, and productCotton, Corn. Tobacco.) Ac. Th"ro HOUSE! SHOEING AND FARUIF.RY. | tcr.ure to the Gastnc Juice. Abralrfj'rrm'f ii.rr'-ci{,... *
    a .\ent the Cit
    cotntu'leiit 4'erIeta. in chs of livir
    Powic.r.j Surar, ." iva ai i K:<* <.'> :'. '. lJ'-L]< awrtd J j I \VH-hinz; !..n, andbpirc nt.w :I'roided' with lie are Ci>ii acre-*, aboutoi it of which i i-i cleared. The in which he h.t; luul innch cxpt'ri'>n<'e ; nn? |cr-on; | Notice. ; anizlli, which pro Cepiey

    PickVl LMts' -r and Salmon: in oil, Diivl I IS Apples. 1 api-p \ -d i aid ritj'iiJifr.rr.*, will t attend t to I the ci1l Plantation is watcied and h,.althv.TV ) owning an1 mal* Mhofitt bare bf-n injured bv SIX nv>nth' after date. I shall prr er.t KV acconnt Dr GP.AHAM.sntJ.cr,
    cfll
    Pin1 AT.j.'t' dic-t*, ]liloo, Gut.L.n Butter, Ac. l clK't "f Cliinis b\ foA'-rs ol ct'fir.ey for Bi ii'ti -u o- I carJ4 w bunrliij: Slst mn. or v Lich may quire vciuchi-rs! to the Jad. e of Probate fur Leon' 'I \ able Dicr flttrwVget

    March 20, 1 f'>2.HELP. 11 tf I LitiJ. r si'-ns an Clan:.' lfr Locs) anil Serb I. Lmd "f JOSEPH HALE, rilit rr.i>; Wf t'of nicrty in th' making and l ailj'v-trnent of their Sb"*. County. a' Admini'tratrr of S >ar.crn F. Holcoinb.d physiorozy. I ha; '.''e m 540n3c s : F I:* i 1.o{a inital vyfa, fact in
    i ro ur.nn the Uuitrd, 'ta'c ( ivcrnmeit.: are imt.-J; to 'ivc him B triaL There i k no branch! -ftii ,Tea tfl. late rf vtCciunty\ ] and ak for a i ifrura discharge i
    Tall.iVi.--i'1. oj the Ockolo.kotK'Ilhir. for in water, fo he firidthf
    :ro impart
    AT HOME. biiMnt *< rcqijirinjj a more carrful .l t.nd AdiLluistration.C prrpntj i>f& Ii.
    or
    j OfHci-t* aid >l of th" war ct 1 '12, TfaM eile. Tli -ri' an- ::< ii n.r' cleared.! lie place i is ;j.rftctio ire varies arncle-* ford.ar.i
    r flUtr 2irz '-I I iit it'.ii ii at-. ,itc J ir r iI q d iiv hjciiijv: itijil l the watt iw*l. hand than the J>)ln 'iji of IIorFr, and bo Nje\ ;. C. S JOHNSON. Acinr..Tanr.nrv I' ojyiriadigctrtor. pfrh-ni in offffcf.rgskirdjf

    Iwtli 1:1: 1 li'iil !i"-ja'i'l: laiicbi.: rv_ itifrnlh i- i... I.r.T.r..l ty Lanii U. d< i r the l h.e Ai f ot C' rzrf-<.*. For r- IVr-ou Tii-hinT to jii.rthi 2 c.Can call on nw in Tal--, to it--ure the public that it shall bo irtll done at hi, S. 1'''."?. f.2: l fini \from t'ie natural igestire p-vrrn.no" trite dffcyj

    COTTON GIN" of a t.qtri.r -5\lc and i ie -. rct.dered, a moderate ronp. t. amn! will lie j ialia&.ee tl.t the } JOCall on the Ait nr ar.d
    ., or o\vicTfr on -*-*. }elrumr- i Notice.SIX f f a Df Hrtrp Cr-:
    12.
    chi .delivers the *. pren.ic. S |
    < ir-e; ) ) ol \ arrant orthamcur.t; C'ltar.srafis.eiti'pg
    juuty.He lareesr.f
    A. r.nvAN.: ;c Tliicliance i i* in'f ndetl In the month* fr'-m (Lite, the undersigned Executrix, 3 :r.t ef 5CIiMlfjC
    a "has cM tip no Jt-iml-K Unaki'c! Oh* toxlii- ilectd D. r. iionrrV. :. April 10.S.v. II I tf applr r.v tn EVIDF.NCi.sisntarf.-! ve.frprrt
    b'.t at Faj# or by ijoin X'lrtJt. to I/mi!! other p'.icos ( \ IILTCHI.VS.I. Bla
    to 2t Ncrtl.tnu-rs: to.n: in bis pr.ii- M2r.11 I. JJ (tf nags Makinc; bt'mr. as )heretofore un'erthe exclisi .Tud:e f-f Prormte for the County of II5il borough. and flbe United Sraff allirjt

    t His ennbliJimeut -tnctly.S->utl.iri-in t.c! nii-I>t Bo t ; nd Shoes. control ai.d niai. tgcnicnt of ilr. J. L. (; a=k to be rtischnnred from edniinistratkn on the ca- .1S.1 DYSPEPSU CUEEP.marvUov

    *>f the cotton jrjwi rer'on." IKr>t<.n.!< k: -ii: t"ehov Groceries, &.c. J I l'ST re('-iretl. a 'ins fl-i jflI lit r.f rtner.L. T. N. tate of Htnry S. Clark. 'Jecea.eH. late of said County. Pr.BOUGIITuS PEPSIN ias rtcdbe.c.

    f jr them-vlve and are wair.n'.cl: to pcrfnn in "1TTE: l.avc j-j-t r<-r4ivl l ;i f- r l l.'xi.< t.f S<,-!aCriclvt.r I-a-lic-s Black aiid Colonel lA.-tiiig ( u\t> TfL_ B. GAMBLE hasjt received .rrali ELLEN 3L CLARK Executrix. ffeett, in coring ca'.e, oi Dc'thix.cirztioi .

    the beat arumer wh=n propel lyttcn j-d ti, or t-j ht t 1 : Tire Aj-j l Q. 'c-f. I'lrklf, J. -ii.wiSn5p D'.. hi). Kid and Morocco do.I JAMES Danuttk Table Cloths.j a January lf, 1S52. 1 f-m 'Vrromzs I'cine. and Ijcppic Contrs.fion. .

    made to do so fit his own expcn Gin reparinlone Soap, St.inh, Cnn 11.' ai.J Candv.A5j )'-'. Enam'Itd! M'i>kJn .' if isinjprs-; ? io gire tie d-tj-Is rfrwi n

    / at short notice, and in the b st inann. Or.Jcrs >. a few ch'iicfVi'!" r.t..l Li'u'.r.l.4I. -. 1)'. Kid Walkn; Sh} *.Sipprr; and Bu kin. '* B >rdt>red Napkin Tow els,?, Notice.CTX the limits o; lbi, sdverJis ment ; bu i 3-rhfttict 4cerlificaffs
    for Gm received and atltn.J I1" Calf llu'-kirx arxl Bootu.- rr.nr.tli< after date, die undersigned. Adroinl"trr.ttr hate been *
    thankfully p'pUy Al i. Cru-htd Sjr;>r. Piiw'i r in ke. half kza. HiK-'tln k Towels the d.'z pjven o rr-rre Ga" TWO
    :< < >
    He Till drliver then tic re'i'ierc4 oi the ALSO by T '-., in riil-.t of his wife Sarah A., surviving Ad- HUNDRED REMAHAABLK
    to. at purcha f.i'l IT. fc.>ir'. Apple an-i \VliiViiv \"i;>"i-.r. Sli'.t *. Tows! the CUBES, in fliaW.

    of the Lrge tusiber that could tw c-ih.rjlf. 5 if t.err. .--..'.. 1 -a.vtTJ.ICI! ; ClninF.fL and Ox Ch.-tn: HanV' Do. Kid Walking: Sh'-rco and l Bkir.i, Ruiia wn f f Jeflyrvin Countv.deceased will apply! to the Judge |' d''.per3fff raze?, and tIe cures were trl CTT

    J. IL .V.VT3ON. !lI. i-. \ t'.t-tl-r wi'j a ::'i., rdl jt'j 'I1iit-iit i.f I I).'. d.'. a iid lc.rs.(('O B. Bi.h.Eve Diar.T, f Prol ati> of saul i Countv." f,>r a thchare from said rapid ar.d %*lfrf"nbn'| p< iK3! *r.f
    An J it fini' ft_._crtT.i"i.t of Childien -aiher MCCO Adi.i5ru-tnttI.-H.; : B. LOEB. It 'u 3 crear NERVOUS ANTIDOTE
    j I l.idw.rt'i 1 .lt ry. a'l) f wl.i.h '.* } will M-ll a* Jri-li! Ijn.' rT'P'i irdnlail partic.
    V :. k M .TOV, Fenruary 1;, is. 2.1Tj" l l".v i.s aric t. f r I.i'i4J ') t''.- CM: '- ;jid Putciji Lvi'Ler !.f j! Lin .n Cnmbri'k n. ltaricrelii.fs.qnaljtlt! ? *. Jcffer c>n County,Jar.cary C, 1S-12. b'l 6m* % n'pful ft r fer.' ncv fr. Billions .j..rdrrLjt

    is to cert.fy tlm I h-itc i in u. jn i t.-iy p'.mtstinn Mar: : h''T 1 :.2. I.:! "i? Kill: ,', IT; T.I ---AL-SO- j f 112 ;jam?. Call;, uf, e..', For title on rtt a.ntIeI -- Corrpairjf, F'evi'i a'i'$ At tj.or bed** : aed Ieur
    in Le' an I BdVtr Coun'ies ttr! Out. D (iu: fkmfile CVif I 1'! j., ; Notice. and Aeue, and tt'e evil etfects cf Quin r-r.lfrrtirrj,

    of fcixty saws each nia-1- by Cilon l J. II V.'atton. < fValmyja COTTON GINS J ,.,. I i! :lat. Si'cL'.ii fl4 ii I termr. c41x rntnth after dat th cndnel, Mvninis. i and olht-r drngupr, the t>.igt tue Orcis,sfifrs:

    with whiJi I uoiRull pl jM.-J 1, :rri c-i-ii. r I Do. 1 l.-.i ii 1 and '.VUTDo. : .- t AprC IT. lvV2. 15 i >-' trA't r '-f the cqm'j.- of Tlv-mas RumfeU e. will ap- ;, bra sickfeas. Abo, f.;r e\'c*'. in and th.tf'n .
    F.:. *!h. ..ni'-r-icii-. .ir. ua\n .-uj"i..irnS r.Iv to tie, '* i-f J'rohate of Ma'll f frb. lr.C v-rteT riiritg. lf iisI
    tht.m oqual to any G"n* r; ace. n Gcor .i. lu vtryrerpcct. I II \\ : p. | Calf >h< : anl B'wiii.-, : For Sale. i Ju'lj, ; n Co'-nry, ur 1.cciZe4
    Mill -*n.riU U: ptoparvd ti, ti .l fcctit'eniti.t KT\\ v-i-i1.arc frcm.IK! itatC. Il'di't irr. IntiRtKOL1 ',
    I tak p.-.a'ure m rtTi'tntK'r.n.r, } :.i ton'jinter ii.anc t j"l.f. IV Kiji liit-jun* and Rw.-tts. I u : ; _
    . in Sjuth Wc-'Nra ( .orzi.t an.] n ri-i! i'..1.] r:' r rr tfi* i f''f-jt i.s Aim, to ri]>ar: all (Cly- AI>0Y r (': T Elv.-n, 1 Tifn'c Haa", DAVID flOKNTi(*. ) > :T'r.1-1I coMrL.v.vrs.

    .: w.cn ;i-> H S.,Jtl.cin m.ii. hun sni r ii-jJ i in our kl.t.!n ':=. nt tJnli rtt pf tii'.\ ."itii fine IVcv tJ B jt*, .) 2ij hsjrsls iio'ir. r Litr.J, D ANI EL It.VETTE.; >' A'-lra r T-re! i- fl'b f tck cf OLI> >lo: .- i'HPLAlNTSwfuc (Cl.

    midtt and liar no Northern iutci "t. i \\ \- %varuit zilt! 'i.'k di.r ar iir: 1If4et.rv toj 14.-; lulftit: i-i. dii.] f> t-iruilv 1 ti.-r.-e Hi-f. !a.l.'ii Ctnv. l.rtrrl-r? ) jr. lf>r.l.19 '"rn: L !: i if d--.sr'r ::5 i #o ? refh >rdi.

    JOSEPH; BOND.vxr j l IK :in a Tvi'!{*'UMlik': iiiuQTHr. sn] tug -'ii,' -iTi-.i,-tii>n.I I)..i.'hi of p'io-t! eve rvI'or 'c-ci ipti.ifl ; lu ltz (C.tl. 10 ix- C'Ltt?*'. I move at tre No naffer Fc"t ..zi If.ey irar b*,rf
    I Wo d.i 'n.t i'jtend! toxcIkI! l in ti.e) wurkiiian1.i1i I Ir 'ale IOT i'aii-11.0 mitAibv At lo'.v prices f.>r ea-'i' bvJAMES- Notice. GIVES INSTANT M;LIEF: .IinedQiprea.cj,

    Gn, February 25,1S52.Tlii ii<- ll.e quality < f oi.r (iiii. 0-t.r! 1" 1SJ1. 41 ) C. C. BVKI). \ B. GAIBLE. SIX motith* f'f-ni date tie itui1-rini'l. Admir.i- ( v-ill t' mtnplzron:. ii'pcis; d j q.rt nitds nsrerezIed

    } i* to certify; that I have in t-e on .Lina., We i.re I'OiTc-l flcn milo* Xt.n'n-'aet tI Talla- April IT. 1':;:2. 15 dr ls.'t' >ton on tht} estate >f f J. mr5 M.Nixein. !r.'r! Eiaetl.eset.'sdfec-

    lion in tJu) County, a'Ixty K".w ( ii. maniif.ictured' rny j byJoL !SaIwi.. war C -nTr<-\i1k, (.n il.*> r.srl li-adnur from j JETNA INSURANCE COMPANY, deeCi-'l lt lat.- '.1 nid ('entv. will pn =er.t M. 1 nermrenr PUPll Y 07 rLCC ).AND VJGCh'cri

    < J. II. Wat sun"of Psibi'vra, wlii 4i I con-iJcr cy.-*! Ta1hdIa--ct. M Thonu'viiie. uh re we n-rxTtfulv! I HAUTFORD, CONNECTICUT. Liquors and Wines. a.riimits nn-i vfiici* to tl.e Tfonnrablp Ju'i enf ProUit BODY follow 3re- 1' ms ; zricviai! oice1rtia
    cqj.jt the of the 1 riantcr* in Florida and for Gad-den; O>;;ntv. ?'m1! a'k t' b- dicl. rccdthfrcfroni. c-e ct 't.-r-.r. Crn.s, Sv-evr-d
    to any Gin imde: i in: (;'" nna, in ev.-ry pnnicuar! aij'l jntrfinasc ) (USES ap ri r Bran'Jr,
    I Cfrks, and Cotton in Ware-house ALEXANDEl K. GREGORY. i the: -?' eft.5'! r--1 a
    not excelled by zuv. 'I Imv no hitatorj 11 ecn. the Sou'Ltni j 1.rtL.:3 i f (Iiirjria. BUILDINGS 1 1 1w price >tr-atfi! fitire: li'.

    l th" ti rlt1tcr: i S.th.\\: -t? (-;.-.r-i3.. D. H. .t J. T.. SLATOX.Jaria less bv firo. 1 ol.l M..apl.ra, WlL-Iev, Februarv 7. 1S52. Cm c'ic ?1e r.ttes.
    LEWIS: fc AMF.S, E--! t..a Weav.s lenderr
    I *
    IT 1V.2. ,
    2 f : "
    Tin > ian-fi.'ur l 7 fin e old KVP
    *v ar : ? in o-ir rr.i-t zr.l bv a Jan-iary 2r, iSi 0 3 Agents, Tallahasee.JOHNTRATORIUS Notice. ,o
    Suiitra LuiUve vf' ." '' I 2 N E ilmGin.\, '
    :in z "vrn'i
    Good Billiard Table. vJIX m-T-tltf afr cate. I sliall make applk-ati : toO FT KU --r-Ns ? :rsL':. 1 .d h
    J>AX. ID A. VAlsh -' ; *
    the Honorable J.-! iflV-bate in ji f-rtt? s?<&cr! i.- ifCITC* acil Pcpular ?,fdieses.!
    rjG- 5EroDHA 'iJ .
    S >Ci. i tf 4. ) BILLIARD TABU: J ca-k SLerrv- J,
    .I ---- -- -_ _ -- -- ri (.7'al.4.-7by: J 1). L.tLD..4 i[:or TIFK i.ATI: FIRM or IHT.L t ritnonirs,] 1 M. d.ira j; ---'irtv iJnrr'ti f.r I-.tt-r c-fdrnirn! a ,! dis- tr-w's: c'J? I J ITJ ; ( It i* pr,>r3rif ispcwJr
    .
    a* A'IminF-'ratLc ** tsnr rot rf N. B. Fj !?< i--f ii Fh 1'r-ad in Fe.crijtiiaTia1fr
    i CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES. $ -;;;. -:. Mar'.L 27. CC. 12 7OULD ir.f.-nn l 5 fiicnd d th' 2 br.rr 1* o. kinjj \\ iijo. li\.. &i. arz -
    r public j !latt1 t>f aid d'un'v, dc<*ei All pvivoss InfTtin ki- te c'* ct ?v* ir J5i .
    I : 1 that he Iii3 liken the toro Intely i
    J D. E. HTTLI, THE TEUE MEDICIKAL by C. H. Uloml.; and fjj.inintr tlie tr.re l.it -lyticcupicd .j _April J!_ 17._ _1-sGi; _15 !! )MALINPA FOLSOM. Atefx. a* te*;* no?. c sy bcV :rd rf HoTijHn pr li Agents,dec -

    i.w 0FFE.Sf.r sa1i a a&&i COD LIVER OIL by Bull A I'ratoriu*,w hi re he willU-l I.l..a-t] ;' J-i-r..n; Coa.tv. ]F.lry 1S2. SIn : Mt Te w x< jt I AJ# I. :;:.;.- : t<, attend to t ho cail avid wsmti.of tin*<, win. iuj\ I b.. Direct Importation. i=z tb< ic'tch'* ria which the claim of JHrw

    HB K BBB "**V' "" t' C ** tLc tire. A-r,. in T7SEFUL in the cure cf Scrof'iia.Convimptioi; fiHrm-fd t<> jmtroni/.' )Lini in l.js Lr .' of bu-m--. to-d.iv and f.r 'ale fir ca--h. 25 P
    1Ji.1111: I5n.li.fe, -ir4ae. Hnrfall t_) Gr.' ?. R'-irrati'n,Aiithrna, Hroichitj.Cuil.., | Icha<< rreehrd, l \ the late armal a <$ >}>r imltrrilff'frtf RECEIVED 7/-.V.; 1 Vtut/KF. by J. B. GAMBLE. TWIDDLE CIK.'UIT! OF" FLORIDA-IN GAD5DKN !tEr-_ rycti'r, can be raised against w

    "ir>th double and nX: Carna? Trlmii.ifc tf all and lJdi.. !H"lt*. 1 I'ttt>i">*. April 17. !S5i.; 13j : CIRCUIT COURT.Sarah hi ii re''ctbe standing and rrmiar'

    I. tinds; Jprinr Ase! fl'tL. a vl. in flu.t, every tLiI&! t this v :Iji')ir mtdiriri> i. jiir< received, which i Fz..ry (!oi-1 ; a'tn.n'imrrnt i'.rImi.t rfK G. Tu'.Ean and JiP* Till .io, Cewpfat ,. rcjrsFrjrf.CNEDOLI ; per bottle.sr .

    usually k.-pt in a *lv?>J 7E THIS.' E eryottle of the{m -

    C2T'Jtur< diT e at ehort notice.D.ceu.Vr F'r as'! jy LEWIS Ac AME- Ail of which, I flatter 1iv-t lf. are -riul; in .ule nnd'jimlity. BASKETS IIeid.-ic 1 !iona S Snell. TVillim C. ?r*". Jul.a F. F.f- "ZTSN "r-tr the written sigr.ainre of J &

    I 7. IsM. il May 25.15'1 ). 20 TalJahas! =eeFIa. I ami 'jii't!' fhrajt, as anv other* that will lief.itin.l X fJ 5 11inIpagne, months,Sun J. Little and Jer fle V t. D .-,!Jon HOI\iTON.M O.. *>Je rr..prietrir, Fhilsdelb'--

    in this mark. lie uili jive attention pu. E\ecntn\ the i.st will!l *aJ Ie :*ri .' particular lii l .xt-s T..1a&c.-? :; 1 11'..
    CARRIAGE REPOSITORY PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY, to hi-t ti aU DrurcMs and Dtzltn i ic ieMc

    ; BY MILLEE AND BROKAW, HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT, patrinae frori the public.NovemUr il 1j.e I.ove.Shetit' and tf rrtrtV Adnis: *ri'cr .rV >'- a<*,
    nix glen of the estate ct S *jn S. zeil, Jic ivtl. ; LEWISME?.
    71a1atpr,, flirkFr. . Capital 8300,000. appearhz to the siri-fjcticn of the Ccert thit i iU'llliitn Wbol ate and fletailpnf .
    ':Y '-I I1 i-: i b cribor I hivrrfCtivfdalan;<' rip I IE ii.] -rM; w-d. Ap' nt r.f tl-e arxjvc Comjijiny, Chemicals 2 M.&rtnt.< I'iekl'i. IT C. Saell.one of! th<* a''ce rv a rrJ LV- Fev' -, if-52. 5 ly
    Drugs 6tc. tl-o-E EnjlL-h: Mu-tanl
    .. I. 1v .f CAltlilAGES.; BUG.GUIS"AND ;- i> ,
    < j4 Cii ti, ri-1 agin-t Firt ,n l.u11j. (rniats.! : re4i.e4 i beyond thelimi. et th.Stit.ard \
    4 HARNESS whkh they ing anil their contenton, the nt fa\onibl terms.F. UI.P1LtTE QUININE, warranted pure and full ; "" \V'ree-ti-r Sauce. in the State t.f New York,and that Th.-rsi S. SrU. i Groceries.
    2 IN-.ulin .Tn Bull .i
    ArxhovSauce
    oTtr! for %al.
    wiebn/: <. purclui'e any <-f tl.fl! aUive article-, Ta1ahacte. 0t,.1 K r 2.;;, JR:1. 42 Oil, Black r'pl'r. 1 S.il-vl Drf-' iiir.! ')r ond the limits cf thi* Sure, and the Uaircd! -D ihfciOO*. KTLley aixl VIC.OT bt the i1L

    will plta-e call and cxainlt c f--r thciasclvc Purified Ciiimiiliin m artUp prepproil from the 5 Caycnw- lVpp Eitnu-t r, StiIe.' '. hut wht'ser' iJence is i unkrcxva : Suit. ar l evr-r rhin; csiaTIv kept in a (;fr<&r StPr -

    1tiib.r r, 1W1. 4'J tf NASH & CO., I'iTii\ian Bark cot.-iiU-n-il zitarleta&j, to Quinine, at In' Flavoring *. Vanilla. Lemon, It ii thtrrfore Order, That the Cel.rv. i.For sale
    al.%ut one third tho : by J. B. GAMiiLE. Spell and demur "
    j-ruv. appear plead,answer or to the Bui 7,1SC2.
    Clothing.JUST Dealers in Drags, Medicines, &c., ALSO, a general supply (.f ChtniicsU of the IK.Iquahty. April 1 17. l i! 15 of Complaint filed in the aVve entitled Ciu on r r 15I

    received nt the old f-tand, a tby have on hand a p **\ anMirtmcnt of iuidi Sweeps. Thomas S- Snell within the period of nine month
    of Cloth*, Cajtimorc* an.1 <"liu?*, vhichi ) /7J.ROCERIES, Kardwun- Cir lrery. WntwiDi.
    artidcq i a are ffHwrally kept in thwr line i.fbui.iiws. Fine Co'opr.c. Lnbin's Extracts and 'fortmer.tcf CAST from the date of the of this
    the ui.criber prepared to manufacture in the mo.t an a A(1 Sweep, publication Order, or tihr Sal, Iron, Steel l Blanket, KerJevs, Brop.
    approval fitvlf, and on th(- moft reasonable trmi'- an>lwill !M> n.c ivirg regularly fresh eupj.lies. Tbeirtcrm Func-y Toilet Article, nttry low j.riwu.Davis' 4\J\J 20 PUntbft" said Bill n ill be taken pro tonjttto asain l lthm Hat. Cape, Black Dress Coats, Pant% Vests,Owcoats.

    CitntU-uc-n; in want of a regular and fashionable) outfit shdi IK r
    will do veil to call upon Octol>cr l1. 40 O4iioih India C1iuilagiine. ID I) TrnVfU-r'a Trunk Order be made in some newspaper published in this EXCHANGE for Cash, Cotton and Prodt'te ti

    ovcinbcr 41 A. B. CLARKE. R.ose's celebraU-d PLisUr., and other Fanii'y M.e.1icine 10 Marine and Family CWk. Circuit. 10th October. 1851. W1LLLt
    Country frentralrr. J. 3L
    ;. Southern Mutual Life Insurance Company Fir sale ly JAMCss'B. GAMBLE. J. WAVLES BAKER, Judge, &c. NovemberII81. -13

    Spring Hats. of Louisiana. Jaync'b Medicines, io, ic.,ju. t received bv April 21, 152.' id A true copy-A I lest,

    laJcl for Gctitf and Youths HAVING been appointed Agent for the abos-e Company LEWIS AMES. R C. LEOTTR, Clerk. Just Arrived. 1.4aE
    I flIIE stjlrs Boys, ,jutt
    it ()ct.bcri,151. 40 tf By the Laura Jane." October 19, 15 U 41 4mlm-.rn
    deeming to dlxw the '
    _.I- roct-ived awl fur sale by unnucewiary [ HAVEjut receired by thc last Tes lT* /
    March i7lb32. 12 HEIR A RUST. impxirtanct juid advantage of the mutual insurance Linen Drills &c. BASKETS Sutaine Champagne in quart. Notice. York an invoice of men's,iroiDen'.djQcr i .>5*
    L pnncijile, would rxtrtfully solicit the coasiderntKniof ; *J :> pints, and a infants Shoes wt leretc1*

    PREMIUM COTTON GINS. the citizen* of Tallaliavn and virinity. Any information JUST received for Gents and Bovs* Summer Wear very npcrior article. For sale bv % LL persons, credit4 legatees entitled to ditri offered in this comprising market. There many styles are also, *** **

    ,., relative to it,can be obtained! l by'callin on the Striped and Plaid Linen Dnll, Brown April 17. 1852. 13 JAMES B. GAMBLE. .LL but ion. or otherwie interested in the estate of Gentlemen Boots assorted which I invite $t| fttion. >

    I ET. TAYIAIR & CO.. Proprietors of (the Co- suWrilxr. S. S. KNIGHT. Duck, Brown Linen and Nttt Linen Drill, Drop d'ete, Joseph Joyner, late of Jefferson County, Florida, decea"d The above will, be sold to low to ekes a cows*

    Gin .1ant2factcryhavetIIe3t. Novcmlx-rSO, 1S50. 47 tf Cottonade, Denim*. Planter Linen and Linen 0naburg New, Fresh and Pretty Goods. are hereby notified to exhibit their claims and ment. J. il. WILLIAM-

    istaction tnsnnouncc to their patroim and the Planters \ together with every tiling n-nally kept in that T OTS of fine fancy fixings, for the Lndies. and dein.nnils within two yean from thi*. date to the un- December 48Groceries ll

    'I generally, throughout the Cotton growing region New Goods. line, for Kale low by HE1H .t KUST. JLJ mighty cheap-only require to be eramuvd-no der.ined,or the ame will be b.\rred ; and all persons 6,1S51

    i thai they *te prepared to supply any number HEIR t RUST -would Hgain call the attention of r March '.'7. 1852. 12 tf use trying to enumerate. Just opened, and none like indebted to the said dece&sed, are requested to make &c.
    of their celebrated Pain Gi.xs. to their well wlectod imiD>>diate payment to ,
    ti.ek
    of
    SPRINGDUESS them about these
    a Capes-particularly in price*. Call
    ,, Where lhc eGin* have been once used, it would Here I Am. TUSTrocceired, a fine lot Goshtn Butter,
    i GOODS, eon i of the followini t aud examine at D. LADD'S.Newp ELIZABETH JOYNER. Qualified Executrix J with lee

    : be deemed unnecessary for the lan'itacturerito rav I'laln and figured black Bareges and Tissues, FAILING to purchase certain property on the sea- .rt, April 24, 1852. 1 a JtfTcrson County, May 8, 1852. 18 3m Samo. with -
    ( word in t heir favor, they feel confident tnemz- Plain colored here, to attend to the wants of the itlkereL; LAD
    D.
    I chine tave bten brrbght to such prrlt-ction, that Embrtiidered Marlins and Organdies, Citizen of Tallahassee and the balance of our world. Spring Clothing.A Notice. by

    p their superior perlormance will n-romtnei.fi them, Plain and Printed Lawns, All who intend purchasing good, will find it to their LARGE assortment of Gents' and A LL per on. creditors, legatees, entitled to dljtrixX Newport, April 24,1852. 1 lit
    in preferci.ce toallotnerGinsnow in u'e. For the u interest to call before let the Boys' Ready bution. r.r otherwise interested in the estate of
    Cludlyp, they monev lip from
    5iliilAcion ol those uho hve net used the Gin, L3L Made Coats, Pants Vests, Drawers, and Shirts Pure Sulphate of Quinine.
    Plaid, rtrlped nnd Cambric Cringhams, their fingers S. S. &VIGHT. Warren Brumley, late of Jefferson Conntv, Florida,
    Just received and for sale br
    and ar* uuacquainted with heir reputation, the Pro.ptietors Lace Collar and October 18 deca.ied notified exhibit bundt J j
    Caje, Cuff, 1831. 41 tf are hereby to their claims HPHE subscribers have on hand two
    need only) say, that the FIRM- Premiums Iliread LJ.-lc and Muslin Edgings and InMrtIng: March 27, 1852. 12 HEIR A RUST. and demands within two yean from this date to the t filly ouRcesofSalphateof Quininewn''fcllJ2'

    have been awarded to them f or the BEST GIN exhibitcd Black Lace and Chantilla Veil, Now Opening Osnaburgs. undersigned, or the same will be barred; and all persons have obraisjfd direct from the nanalactorerit

    at the great Stale Fair held at A Jants, Georgia Kid: Lisle and TwUted Silk Gloves and Mittens, T the well known stand formcrlv occupied by received a fevr bale Southern Oeaaburgs indebted to the said deceased, are requested to thee will wirrant i it to be superior article-

    .. I ; ao! at the AUbama anJ at Colurnbus Georgia Agricultural and at the Linen Cambric* and Lawn Handkerchiefs, a CLARK A 8TILLM1N, a General and Select JUST and Sheeting, by make immediate payment. We hare enlarged car stock ol Drugscinesby and 3f1

    ... p ,aad Mechanic'aFair.hflJ of the South Carolina Institute; atChareton. Cape Scurfs and Lace VUettca. Assortment of March 2 1S5. 12 HEIR A RUST. W1L A. GINKINS. Adm'r. rfcrnta.rriTals.andtre prardt011"
    annual Fair ALSO Jefferson 24 185?. orders for in line at wholesale or
    ---- Fall and Winter Clothing County, April 16 3m articles onr ,
    theie Gins ,
    The Cotton ginned on reeeirrd Bonnet, and Ik-It Ribbons the most sccorntaodatinsc terra*. .
    Cap on
    Fancy Goods, Cloths:Causimcrcs Boots .1.We
    the first Premiums at the exhibition held in Vesting*, Hosiery. Notice. f
    for
    Black and colored Satin and Locter dec Fine Sewed and hare tJso a few ccour-t yet due fo tis
    Pegged Boots Gaiters and beautiful
    Slippers. tc. which Slipper,a assortment.
    ,
    ; ; Charleston.Sooth Carolinaand ti every k'irliere Nock Twa and Neck Ribbons ; SHOES persons indebted to the estate of Edwin A. 1819- in o 8loffSial
    I from them have been exhibited. the subscriber U ready and anxious to sell on the received and for sale low. ALL fear :They ire centrally
    ample*of.Cotton Silk and Cotton Velvet do. ,. reasonable late of Monroe County,deceased, are requested '> if the wholecoold be paid thortly.it
    hare in their most terms, for cash or H* *ptitvltL April 24. 182. 18 W. T. MITCHELL.
    ( The 1'roptieta> possession numerons forward *""
    (6 and *
    Holland Trimming and come settle the same; and all towardili.raidiUogceilun um which
    Fnnge.Ttiyctlter The stock of consist in
    Clothing of
    .
    U -tntwion ccilificatesfrom Merchjnti Planter and Manufacturers, Cotton Brokers of ,Cotton Ccir. with many otlier fancy article, which Black and Colored Drtss and Frock part Coal*. For Sale at Cost and Charges.OH persons, creditors, legatee, Ao, entitled to dktnbu- LEWIS fcJnne A3tU.
    I will please cull awl czunine ttefore lion of and from the said estate, are hereby notified 8,1850. 99
    -'Goodsfestifyinc thai the performance of the Gins, you making your Black, Blue, Green. Brown and Mixed Frock, BARGE Dress Pattern,
    that their chum and demands
    .: them canuot be purchaitea HEIIl Mdlbe-Mmpl? producfrl by ,
    excelled -
    March expiration of two year from the date hereof unless ; Plows.JUST .
    S7,1852. 12
    r by any Gin ever manufactured. tf Drab, Black and Brown Overcoat. 10 Tissue drew patterns, ,
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    t All orders for Gin given either to our trarellinf; Figured and Jilack Silk nnd Black Satin Vests 40 Muslin I Jaeooet doM period.CHARLES received per ichr. Cohas rt from *J T

    J_ m loJ l ARP"' urtarsnrded To Ihe ProprleloiK by Extra Cotton Ocnaburg, Black, Plaid, Grey, and Fancy Caesimere Pantaloons Worked Collars, Wet HOME, Jr, Executor. Plows assorted. 100 ztri Ffcnr **

    ; I miii, win receive prompt allenlion. Gin* FROM the Howard Factory,Columbus,Ga, aspltv- 24 pair wcrked Sleeve -Key May 22.1853. 20( 8t 200 extra Plow Pointi. Tor HM?

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    I, to Kirsatisfaction.JOS cxpooM*. Country traacrs are parUcnlarly desired to other article too numerous tu mention.A. April 24,1852. 10 months after the n.. ._* -. ,-,r |. -
    L. OU rjON. Arent. Tallahassee.Columbu.Ca. eaU ard examine before Heading abroad for a supply. B. CLARKE. SIX will first publication of tbia notice Lots for SaI ,.t
    NevPortMathlLlB6t- D. LADD.Children' Novembe 8. 1851. 44 tf The best in the World. present my ncroont* and voucher, and ap
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    i EXCELSIOR ply to Judge of Probate of Leon County for a
    .: FAMILY SOAP. final discharge from my admrnutratioo of the estate A. GOODS. coemptWng all ardiSI11d
    i V. Boats and Sfcoea.J and Youth's Clothing, Saddlery. lUST received 50 bore of the .above, with direcJ of Gabriel Brittle, deceased. mark.received by recast srrhaU frOm 5J.

    I.. f TBVxJtfufl "IUST rc Td 17 T7. T. MITCHELL. 4 GOOD aKJrtrocnt*just recrired and for sale brI tiow for nM. Ac. For talc br NATHAN HOLT, Adm'r.M or a ale in Loft I> snit purchase. r
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