The Floridian & journal
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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: August 21, 1852
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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PIERCE AT NEW BOSTON. : From fhr jVi*'* / GEN-; ( ) Jan. S, ted :
and sent to the State Prison. After The State School System- j is to certify the deficiency to Comptroller;, ; pale: widows and,orphans weep 'not
ENTI1ITST.\STir MIOJM: : : OF) Tin: PKMOH.11ACV years spent in tolitudo and labor he wrote drunkard'sshrinking r-l
who is to draw his warrant on the Treasury burning tears in its depths'; no .
rt.w fjf ManJiettit (X. 1!) I'ttlvn lfnutria.Tan MT.lICH.On : AT. 'J\V 1US'1-GEN. J'lEKCU'S! a letter lo hi* father, and after recounting his OFFICE or KKGISTEK: OF Pruuc LANDS, I lor the amount of such deficiency, so that in ghost! from the grave, curses it in

i ry7t isr>2.pmccratic couise of"ime, he added, Thai va the K'Mlc if/ riorithi.ritliflrofiftc no event can each child receive less than two words of eternal despair! Sppnk out ruy

in New Boston. 1'iidr.y Iat: ihero was n large and on- rfj: c-i Meeting: was a RrpvlUran : dollars per year from the State. iends would ;-you fjcchnnge it for thet de

tcnnniFtu> niect of a laige number ofAf tli.iastic alherin of the Democracy at I#. Snr: _._As much diiuV.ulty secrns to exi t in 7th. Kach Judge Probate is to apply, on mon's drink, alcohol {'' A, Rhout like the

. j..:' \tlh pcoplo 4,1 i'New: Hoston, Gen.; Pierce deliv- well New Known I IJovioji,that, tn ]li.ieii to ( I In.. 1'icrre. I lt i i.*; Celebration in Virginia. the minds of our fellow-citizens! as to the the first day of September, and recci\e from roar of a tempest, answered, NO !!"
in that recently made The1th of of School! laws and the Treasurer the amount due to his ,
: joltical, -iddie S toun on FiiVjCfJal July was celebiatedncar! Alexandria proper understanding cur county
.ed s a speech : JSew UoMon in which he | Who Franklin Pierce !
\ week. Notwithstanding I I tic fclcighw took as to the proper mode of organizing our and at the uc\t session of the Hoard of Commisiomrs -
) ot-vasioii: to astail (.icu. 1'ierccin Virginia, b\- the Alexandria Democratic The abuso of. the whig journals of tho
I veiy j-tronj; School he will inform them ho\v much
btei.icntiicly destroyed by the) thaw: system in the several counties so r.s ,
i JisJ lannuayo, :icou ing him of of Association! and the Washington City Seward shows plainly that their edi-
> being a soil i he ha received of' stamp
: day, the alter.dance was to entitle the children! within their limits to : and it shall be the duty
; 1ie preceding dictator and general wirc-jmll.'r. Ueiii!: thus Jackoii Association. A large number ofdiatinguWicd tilt Hoard tors know (;t-neral Pierce well, and are afraid -
thai it wts found in tilt ir shares! in toe interest of the School fund at such meeting, and annually
: ; j rje-so necessary ;!tt.tcli; < d j it town for whopo of him of Jen. Jackson s
i t1ic meeting house in I the vlrft n Pemocr.nry Democrats were present, and wl-ieh! is lo I be distributed on the first day of thereaftor, to add to tIn'< sums to l be raised ). as they were; 1I
: (Jen. Pierce had Col. Polk. But will nail those editois
cc t1IIV always entcitained the and we -
it 'which was well lilled.. Tho meeting made speeches, and among the number we September next, 1 have concluded, \\ ithyourpermijiioij for other county purposes such snrgs as they .
tlron cs-t leelings of iefard, and! attacked to the counter as base coin, by a cloud .
order I IL I'letcher J Js and I lo avail inv eif of the columis: of, may doun proper, provided it does nut exceed ;
the '
by notice
i In
called! q. of Senator
of this'State.
too for Vhom Mallury
uas by a man be had hitheito double the of witnesses" they dare not controvert :
] valuable to communicate views amount received from the
; adduced for some llineqnar- your pjpur my
as verv ably hour by 1 B. \F. Aver, I*. ]., of thi.titr. ; eheiitaed! uI ftiendshii] ( len. I'lirceV:1 as itwere : on the uhjtt.I :State: which sum so add-nl, together with | You have a young man growing np in

.1 1 hrsof:1u of the oiigin, ) and compelled lo ropi-1 tliee attacKs upon Having! been introduced to the meeting bv I In the first place, each Judge of probate tine fees ofthe collector, shall be k-\ied and your State, the young FranklinPierce_ that
lie I progress
I i p"ke ibis
of the abolition faction: and: earnest.jv A ju.st. repaid for his own the 'Resident, .Mr.\ \1i1lrziid : must divide his comity, into a convenient collected in the same rzrniier as other moneys will be, before he is sixty years of age, a ,
nu'rpojfs'; chararter comj elled! him I to repel these un- directtd be raised in man for the! Democracy, without the Duma.
number: of School Ii-lrict. as diiected in to the CountV. See
t- vindicated the National and; : tale policy() of, twinlt Fello\v-c5li/.pns! democratic ar1v. I He I was I followed! I bi, i j iju-t i i.; Hetcher< I an\ thing \\hich could pos.-il-lv swell! the tide Sec. it of Act of 10th January, IM'J. :;ec. :'i, Art. t ii!, Act 18ii And the Board ofj.gogue."-[AMMSEW JACKSON to Gen. Jluh- ,
lie I >= of Xcw '
( ( < q. Iiojlon, preideii \ bait! of .
2d. As soon :is the county is divided! into County Commissioners! shall require the Col-i Nellatiipl.ire.
who k with of t grateful lei line with whioh from the j
<) great powcijtidclofK'.ice : one:
: :. Ccn.; Pierce, fi i two hours and a half. cheater over the nieetia;.'. i JI. 1'. Ayr, csq., of .Man-1 f.ir oft" Slate of Fhuid-i, reco 'iii*. and leveres School Diotritts, it is the duty of the Judge ; lector of each county, by their warrant to I I When President Polk signed the commission I

him great satMaofjon i he niil, I loj preceded r. 1'ierce! I in soin" appro- !' the ceitbiation of i'.iis' g'.orinsis'! day, it is the! of Probate to appoint a lime and place: for } him to pay whatever! moneys arc collected of (i(11. Pierce, appointing him lo a command .

Il gave: large: an audhiowe in his unlive i icnuutv. i! pri.-ite: ivmaiks upon the' C'om; rotMi e and: the' con-ideiaiiMj! that he <''ne> it hcie under: the'biiglsl the meeting of ti! _- inhabitant! of said Dis- (retaining: his fees for collection! ) to the Judge ; in the army in .Mexico, he turned toGen. > ,

. address. so Ilewiw aro'iml' i.im main. of the corporation lie took) I halation of tiio las-t: K--riuii. ; j-kic-s, breathing tin1 pure air and tre.d-: j tiict, to elect Trustees and other otHecrs! ;-- J of abate! whose( receipt shall bo &ulicL".it! Armstrong aid .Mr. Walker and said, :
up the pech of Amo-s Tuck at the and the Judge oi" Probate! shall cansuch ci k-nce of such St-uSee 1 Art / who tcillo.v:
of his father, and the funili r laces: of, late ir.g the generous; soil of Old) \irgi ia-Vir-l : pavnteut. oi'i iiDiC commissioning a
friends who wvrehiown more( i-itimale: 1 fiimds'In 'I Abolition Convention. 5i: v.Lich! that1ifrenl giuia, the mother of lieu txs and of statesmen, i notice to be given of said! election: .'.s lie m.iy J, At 10th July! ibl;>. it7be Pnsi'hii'"

1: tk>iliet-ajlieM o. portion ofhis life. I He! rpoke leu inn: openly advor-.ti-d t the abandonineut : the vanguaid of our levolutionary! ttiuggle ; deem fleceu.-irv : ::u1 :.t st.ch ( I L-ctio-i every i hth. We !have now traced; the steps of both! [ Gcx.; SCOTT'S OriNtox or Gn:;. PIERCE.

which lirn- )had produced, evcu ? of the i individtnl! Iid: sli'v: piiicipe i: ; a>5 :fir althoiiirh, fellow-citizens l i in:i tie! lime that j person \vho) I i? li.-dile to taxation: 0:1 Lis propi i tlio courity and Stile School fund.!*, into the1 f know that much anxiety and many trials
t>f tli* clia"1' .applied to corporations. He showed I, too has the :S.'cs. 1 arid handof: the Judges, of Probate. The '
ertv light to V4)k.ec next'tju.
tried m.-n's so-l the other!
v'hi'h] bad elij tlic 1 W11 rr'''fte!: Aueiicin; C'ouaitutioji. ir.ost conclusively, that! : a ]large j proportion ot" forth the hail of ili' I'voluiinn, it \vas not i of Ait. ;{, Act 10th January, :1M'i ). | .- tion( ir, what is he to do with them ?- : ofthe [x.-Oj-e! \.il! ba heard. Whether}
tic action tie! Afwo.nl renejde! !representations: in the) :'M. At said election the inhabitants have I lie is to apportion t them the several
until the of \\ ; : among
tlw unexampled! proga-ss r.nd arm! a : -hii.'rton! : bad given it it shall coirzn the action ofthe convention or
Hca\lttWt. ,\, (. Hiiitrv, in all the el 'mentso lrs-1 1 I House \ 4Ili >! fir ihe pa:i ajeof: noailv all impetus: it wa? r.ol until! tlu- voice of a IJeiirv I power, I by a Iat.: ii iity of t tie. \otes ufthooprep.T.t 1 Scho'-l, Di-tsLts according to the reports of iol, I shall uo satisfied, for I Lnvv it will bo
(r(> ( I the corporation, I bill? of, that iiSMon.monj; : frt: to appoint a moderator! : for the th'-ir pectivo trustees ; but in rr.akii.g theapportiir'ihieat
t l.id breatiied! iito it life it conferred
; ", J'.jd' i altrjlmted! all 1! lo thoadmiraWe ; : wai iot untilVii.ini.i upon a man deserving your confidt -
{ abunTcaU'.P: c1 government. :idoj M ca : ui! others.! '
: tmnMtaii like time as oscar>n niiy rer/iire; ; tu choose a ; anyt'i-tiict, fr' :m which no siitm-ic-nt annual
Ho the 1 .11:1 an : "
ilic tli.- 1 KJ".ibhc. ppokc < \ Gen. Pierce has both ability and
latliorof; ( 'en. I Pierce then occupied I IK- audience: ed I lli"? onomies of ii Di-triet CKvI:, a !Hi i.t tiict (.olh-ctor, and thn.-e report shall have been rceiverl, or where rio 1 generous -
f-Mmntion of the i our : : one torninon !
ilijjjVuIiipfatfcm-lii'gthp! 011- consrl/y qualities, and if elected to the highest '
for two ln.iiis aiivl a half in one oT tle: :::tst Trut-teos ; f.'iitii, to appoint' a time and j.lace school ho-j-e is provlil'-il, or wcru: tLatr.id
nin. ( 1 :
itli iiiuuodjl for a guide, and witiFOHH1 I [ t'rS.irZihia's ] office in the! ? gift of twenty-five millions ofICO1e
fctiti.ii.': I po\vojfiil ;::id efileti.o .<- --'(-( l!('.< we eve! l I \ \.isL, ft.irc.'is-t !has !for hoi! ii'ig: aiu. 1 m'-etiug.- ; fifti! to tk--ig- Tinsleesha! !! Invu failed to make the necessary
cIiV'rtl.r.j1 tletnent'-(, I l.simoii/, <>, the : political enjf.ider will doubtless secure honor to himself
heard I hin: 1 nrike. 1 Itva a ino-t tiiumjihaut t nat a si'e or ites for tho Di-t.'i"t schoolhouse > nlh'tmeiit and assessment ot'Si-hool rates. I
( d l .1 in tlie! irt- ul her children hue of
; : -
of th** co'.neii'iionvasiti I) his office, and the couutryCunrcssinx.U [
Lhfirr.nd( :i Jt'iv vi.idie.tioj: ; i f f hiniM-lf 1 troin tli chaise.-* and and! !: or !house2. ; sixth, to vot-* and I I Iy MH-I! :See Sees. 5, and 15;, Art. 'J, Act 1'1'!). |t -
i1 1 ufti!. H'uery I bad I b : \
: pi !
; .Mr. Atuood '
tenv iil.icujt: e by aiii 1 the Abo'Ir.iun tax on the taxable inhabitants: [ ofthe Ditt jet as O'h. The Judge of" Prtb.te does ii'.t |
!Lookim! to t'i" of f her- pay
; stu"i: !: < an'.i'j'sity, \\
of ihfSiatpf I in tli'iiJoninl .j I "Gen. Pierce is entitled to and
intnr. putti; < 'i co. and! 1 Tcdei l press. I Instead: of IK i ing:i : ihe m.'eliiig shrill deem suiiicient to puohaeor ; over any of the money: in I.is !hands to the | respect
freedom las been j-he ha"
ever won (taught
r.saint-t the moral of ihevlmle cor.fiiL-nceT lit- has the rare and high qualification
cnndilion. senpe : the eiK'iiiy of )1 r. Atwoud, lie j p. \ed to t'jt' her to her first lea-e a suitdJsiie i! tor tho school Lsuse: Tru-tee.,, bt upon the re-piest, in writing, of
re\eie ,
ro'is an always
as of ratlicr than
its iiniicdiat > t taVond shunnmg seeking oHii
worM.! < oxtirpition was sati-f-u-ti: !io of r\vry e.sidi: 1 mind! that: he had: : and faihfiil:! i..other she h.is bivtiod! or !hoi>e& ; and t.) l.ui!.!, hire, 'or pur :hav any two of the Trn-tecs, he contract* with -
; cia I have known
rnaiiifi-stod impiacticable: : and ihe Jinal ndjusJirujnt been tliroujjhoul. the best friend he hid, and into their houli the \\hii-h Mich aca-ii'l: !.oisi; > or ho'.t-i ?, a'ld to"p! ii: and e'nploys r. Teacher, and agrees upon the !i promotion. Everything we or" .
( rpiiit: : oiuj'ted! tin1i heard of
accomili Gen. Pierce is in his favor.-.X. 1.1'rremzi' .
nfthe! question wa* not ] > iVihvii'Mit that if he bad linened to his advi'-e he \v. uld I iep.5r and I furiiiah the sar.u with the nrce.ca- i r.teit wage.-, and pays the wages wht n due,
l.ero to eyckiinVll thoj.'nh th.ur
i Spartan: | .,, Joufnnl.
; i.iiy: days! and weeks of painful: have avoided the! sloui'h ii \\hich he is. if: the
: : inJ\v the rv fuel, furniture, and appendages. See S/c. | ajfufPrtL.IIlrxlci1t of that District i is sutli- '
olcnre fe\v will !
:ijjirelipii.si;) < ii tli.it the blood of a jeveiiywira'ar | After paung: a ijcautiful tiibutu of respect to : in pjieais; the i-l.ide.) She$im has; we them tiglit lliat !' :;f of Art. 3}, Act JOth( Juirury, IS 11)) 15ut' cert: ; but if it is not sutHcitnt, it is hi.s duty I know Gen. Pierce well-he is the very .

: \\ miglit have been shed to no p.irp-j.. e, as the high character of the people of .New 1'o.s- 1 lo\e of : and that taught detestation ot the s..uun! thus to be rai-cd for jrireha-ing; or at the time he employs, the Teacher! bv therefjuc.'t | man for the limes-he has always comman1 ..
I far aa Constitutional: 1. iiiou of the fcevenSil ton fliown throuirhout their to country, oppression schof! lioaso and r.f the Trustees 1 the attention of trie American Senate when
I ii ) history ; hicli IL'd the Ite.man | bull ling a finLiir: ; if, i to ceitify lo them the
\\ ; youthful i I
1 States wascoucerned.; The hopes of the convention the) noble J patriots of that to vn, v.hoto: ( dhuulder to 1 linnet into the ilame the aim \\hich tailed ,: cannot exceed three hundred! (dollar, unless'' amount ul the deficiency between the sum he '1 he spoke-and he has the intellectual vnalifications -

1 cent rii upon the illustrious I Franklin.i | .- (to loulder I be&idu' his own father to reach tho !heart of hicou.Ma foe. Suchisthefpiiit the Judge of Prohatu! > iall certiiy in wtitititr) has ii: hand, and the amount agreed to be :. necessary to render his Administration

3 He roe in) his plyce! and said: : .My friends, in the timo tl at tried men's souh ; l ) the i; I fluT children; and! wherever !l.i.< opiui'sn) that a lager sum ought to be ; paid the Teacher. See Sec. 11, Art 2, Act of the Government trj'vr, able and sucjCe.VSW. .
< ; "
we shall perhaps lose all.Ve have exhausted remnant of the revolutionary I patiiuts \\hu raised, a.id thV.Ipecifv! the sane, in which'' IS 10.10th.). I / -[floX. J.OIE* IJCCHANAX.
i'ui. h the foinm in the field i
I reigns, ill : or ,
the wisdom ofthe earth." Let us seek the Vet remain: aimug the living, th ; vtaerab1.- theie do they ever stand; in the foregiound.Tl.1 (-a-e a siu; Itt e.\.cee'iti: I tlie! SIKH so ?pei-i) And thereupon, It shall be the duty j Gen. Pierce has a position on which every

aid of I Heaven iii i prayer. A better feeling i A! ner lJn.r. e><].. and Mr. i r.en-.u'l: : !, he ps.-- ir lu\e of 1 couiiliy i is e\er coii-picuou li-d; EfiJ{ be raised. Sec. -i, Art. ,'}, Act iOi'.ianuiry. of the Trustees to collect the resiJr.e ci the \ Democrat can rally, lie was the special! ;

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form of ( iivernrnent: was tlie result.ii ti! >? ( 'ompioiiiUu measure's) of the last ('ongre.v 1 thev do, I but ti lra ytltl a greater: Kn th! of rhai'ificMii | "The fir5t di'.Jy 1f the three trustees e- t'iiyh person: shall! be clnrireil! such! [rop.rton: j Wifght and of Gen. Cas and President Polk. I

( :i. Pierce paid n glowing and t-lo'juent I He I beli'-veil li: >- t .lion could uul : their! mother; and! their brightest hope jl-H-ted iu eacii Dut'i.-t! by iuhubltaiils: as of the wh'de; amount to 1 bo rai-ed, as the :iun- 1 tie is thy f on of General lienj'tmm Pierce, :

Iriljutc to tho American, Con-stitutimi. It has 1 have s \ivcd tiie -jthrow of tiio-e mcaurc *- 1 in their twietest f.I in aiversity ; above stated, is t. make aid: 1 trai.-mii! a rei ber of clii'dren sent by hin; l/jiirb to t.e! whole of New HarnpsMre: a soldier of distinction
pio-peiity, ice -
til rude ii sill we ire as n n; tion, and 1 ho be- -s \Viifn be hea-d: of the} det'eat! : of' is breathed m "Oil( me back to.Old i I poit in willing: t ti ti! v Ju'l j of 1'robte-sta. i !number of children having been in attendance! : in '7l( who was Gc.verr.or several times.f .- '.

?4 Lefi'l, our only hope of eontiried: pro p"iity, whit was called the "ojiiisihu" bill," he {1lt!! ) Virgiii-iy! Old Virgi\'j: carry bhore."' [Lomtehifiii' tiu .!:, t tir.-t, I-: whov'1 t ti.-i: !'.' ativ! ?cio il or upon the School! for the term. I IncHgeiit! pcrFt f Franklin Pierce served lor several Concress-

haft'tv, strength, and glory depended t'pon' a | himself t totally inuieived, for li ? I belvv! i'' o-.f: I 1 -chool-s have bjoii kept ii: his district duiinir i>- ar.-> to be c-xernjjfrd! frc r.i s.ni I rife biil-! 1 cs in the Lrnied States House of Representatives

laifaful: ulbreiice 1! to its pvovi.innancntd the} year: fourth! the numb'/r! of white &.iI. and! said bills are to L collected by the Collector and Senator five years, enjoying all ,

1cqueccncc in its requirements. lie -ver <-\;i.%!iCed! biii impending over our <- than! !I in ti"! t-et-.t J'.aitimore convention.VliiIo tres rest !iing in the Distiirt i 0:1 te! I lA day of the Bi.-tiict, by authority cit' a \rur- the time* \f'ry hig *>stppm ne nil 1.h' nnj

tho ;Lt ihernio!! had been iiiimnuuL-nt, j p'-ril, 1 b. lnv 'd t I'uion. lint \\ln.ui t'le' Jn-npli-j sl.f.ltIv I- j \ 'tlinr! ..Matesvaendand! vacillated, i of Decent ti! '.r, j.re'.i'i .ti < to te: rnaki'ij: : ; o 'fe 5j'lepoit. i rant attached to the rate bills[ under the 1 di crfct Senator, noted for the soldity and -

ittid hilieved that nothing but the CoinprumiM1Ssurescouldl.avesaved : :J"terwanN, :iiie thiou! hoiit 1.! .- -ountiy and! I exliiijitetl alolt the \ar\ing I b.-itiners of' over the :ij.' ol'live and urder: the ag.oj" .- iHiudsand seals of the Trustee Tlie rate j soundness of his opinions, and as a pleasant,

: it, at the li'JK'they, and
'vre jiiseJ: under the! then existing feeling: enact1.: 1. and I when their agents in Conirr.',- 'fil! J j-t od I i j.rm other: p rsotij with whom: such children the 'Iru-t.-e?, who pay them over to the Teachers ; Convention school as James K. Polk
j-d mx, ) ; lamvably! : rat1tzlut'r !!
1 in the two great: geographical: fecli ins of,f lliecouutiy. reveisLtl their foimerotcsand, : -' .1 :I vote t 1 for ii'-r ci ;s u e!.iti. !N veueiable: -liall: : It_ -1t I '.( !v i u-iJ, at'J: tLc :;a1ni'r! oi I'I full! of th? balance: of wages, urnler the I! himself. elected! PreMiU-nt, his talents are

I He I nlludedto the cal u tni. which 1 I jjjnu* iueaire-. ."' :',' '.'.,.', a fojitg I; : <",!' joy chai'1:1121jo! like! I Heela.thibit I > t1t} 'Miowsol ( hi'drcii: i eliding! witi! eich. See Sees. iD-k t contract made with the Jud 'e of Probate. I quite eqal to the discharge of its duties, and

Jis\eheu: circulated: nniun? siv,11., fry jiobtitiansiii ;pread! through! the fvjnlry: : ri'.jd :d::!' 1 :.!1 ears bi blowhile the lireof youth .h() of Art. I}, Act ]10th( Jtnary, 1810. '1 !..- Sec Sec. 1 11 1 Art. :?, .'tct 1MO.'e personally he enjoys the reputation of an
:' : relalioii tn the Tiankliu (Vmner.Lru.gaagc .-' felt tliat: the I I'liio:! \vac K-ile. Oie: of the.- :are in l.U iu-sit t, w-.vtred i.ct! m.til it bt cause I'riitce", as soon a? ihcted, will pl-a>e call \\ this! see the wtob'u.c.tical! | rj eration I. honorable and nnimpeachoi: gentleman.

: : L:14: l hen -cilbed to him which hi1iipver I i.Ka.Kef: lu! Fugitive Have Law, d'en. P e\i !ent that t.e! our f"." ilTt:: action hud on the Judges! of Probate j fi.r blank forms of.. of our School l.iw. TLough} tw! machinery I, When in Cnaress he uniformly discountenanced 1

uttered. I He ri-mi-uibeis ir: > political' decaied embraces: no higgle:, piiucipl i i more .anived uheniili: be tat the rijioiti th.-! are to make to him. 1 forwarded apparently) complex! : lir.- t. 1 am &atNMfd Anti-slavery agitations, and on thoI
; ;; sa: aejty,
cxpressiIu made! by him to' ?ii r. Webiter, ex- olmoxjous tu the Nusth than: the 1 r gii'.e I lliu vote of the Old) I)Y."iun'.n! : for I I'ranklini'ivco. to thetii! : what 1 sppoed: to be a UJ- that; experieiuiwiil teach us it is entirely I Compromise question, will no doubt, be a

cjit one lo the t-fl'-rl lliut thev had; nirre! -l li. '. >"l.ive: Law of 1 J13, under v.hiche htv : [Ch-v-s.: : j Ar.dr"! --. -: Ii, t ti---i: t t !.'Jltrr' fit.-'i! bla.iksoj.e! : tune 1 latMear. virnj It- awl practicable, r.ul 1 r.m filly: poruuded j decided upholder of th,? laws in all their vig- I

. tlIH, poli,3td: (j'U'fetion bct'oreaud j rOab1! : lived for inoru than: htlf: a century.Jen. '. p.nnit 1110 to wjy iat: tin-re was another! St.teviiici : I It is | re*n met I that lh! ? t. utees will .- that! it only requires a little xeitionon | or. He is a formidable combetitor to the .

I ;:!!it tuner ?.aiU. > ( I Pirce then nvivcJ tin! rour e of eiijibited ej ul c : ? -Lie v. and that l.ave no difiiculty in tling:! up ihe-e blank1-. tiie pait of our citizen- to put it into full! i strongest nomination the whigs can make,

I lie then poke of lus p<;i oitul: a i-ncy inJliO Mr. Atwood' 5a relation to the evessN ofl'iM I for foity--ix tin.ea* Floii.ia'a delegation atlar They can easily obtain tiie information ti.l! operation, ami nvike it bestow upon us and j\ for tliey have to encounter a unittd and deterriiined -

At'.vood coitnneey.! lie I had aU\u> year, giving; a minute history of ill the transactions e" ea-t its vot" t for ti.t! approved u; fiiohdf they are required to r.-p' xt, and if they make: t ti our po-teiity all the ble"! >iins of a Leuutifulja paity.-[I\'. (). Picayanr, neutraL

h.-eii a friend: to .Mr. Atvxood, and nobody with which! he hi.l nlf ;::nl! .Mr. Atwood of the Son lit, Dickinson! of New York ; and :i false repoit t tlit-y forfeit to the county theFm ) .item of i'ree School Uduc..tioa. .Mr. Eastman of the Nashville Ameriearr,

liiftws) it b-lter ihx'i that jjeniletn-ni. I Heu were connected. iTl.uc iieu-r wa- permit nIt 'd-o to ;iMure thai, with r.s : of twenty-five dollar.-) Sec. 20, Ait. .* i 31 oat respectfullv. rejoices at the nomination of Gen. Pierce, an I
>ed his iullaence! : at the s-ijr 'e'tU of (VI. said he when I l'ii.id of.Mr. you 1S-1.! ascertain l.o"w i innnv I). S. WALKKR:
; a day, : was n-it n much li.l--lIty: a., ,lit. tn! ji-Jin-red lo' him will.fche Act Thy can ea-ily [ old friend, says he was speaker of the New
Monroe, to secure to .Mr. At wood the jili--' : Atwo'id. H.' waiu favor "f hi appointment in the comini; contest, I by her over\\ lit ho. children re-id"-! within; their {)i i-triets, tt' : lfr nf f Put-It'fan-It an-l /Jr-Otfrw s"- I Hampshire! Legislature ss soon as he attain-

of J>tate i'raurcr, : u1 was on hUbond], \\ill i ; I a* .StateTreasurer, signed hibo.i: ig: jis'ijojjty, str. t.'h! her band: away to the'' the namos: ot the peison> with who) tl.ey reside 'rti"lcizt rj" Srh.j'Js for tl-.c tiiuLc of I i ed the required age ; filled various offices '

several other prominetit Detno-rats of Concord lor <*
for $-00,000, for the whole! time hebadtliat wus l.U fiieid: throughout, while involved in lin Pierce. [(Jhc -rs.] | <.;>!! schools ill tl.at Dili/id: : lor the! tiiriel.VH'.th Cabinet of Co!. Polk two or throe times ; declaring

I ollicc. He was Mr. AUvnod's fii-.isd! at the diilu'izlti of J-i-t v.iiif r. He aided !.iu: I do itt detain from the thi'iug the year preceding! the .*tate Truly Eloquent. h/ would only take any station reqniredof -
to on :
I the time of hisiioimnatioi) for (Jovenior ; jnd il! be could! to t-xtiicale: l.imf I If from tho tinfoitunate propufu 3 r.f th" p'poit. | y the Vet ofUlth! January.: "We know not whenor when we tinvcmel him in the He down
treat which is here ollVred: i in i tie ( lo-pieiice army. put
I it was as fuch: that lie advised him, through 1 p lotion into: wl.icli !hc had lu'eu of our fiielidf ar-iiiiid! uby! Jetai! of I 1K31 I it N provided that, in th" di-trihution wi'li! anything in pro emore st/ikng than the slavery agitation at hom-% met the links and

Col. dale, to stand: c1.ir nitlie angry cosstrn.iTbV I'll.!. d. I He I did tin-*, I eeii-e: be I believed, Put f <:an a---ire any that d'eneral.Scotf myown. of t school money: no share! -1L.Lhl bedlotie-i h to b-tr t of i ?Jerjunee we are abjut U> copy.- Free Sofl Whigs face tn face,, and New

\ whicli was likely to :iri far el will ,
'o as 1 !oi-h: is eon: ''eri [
to tW compiwiiisp! ? ) questions: -:e beat, for no man en*

I fjr f a moment that, if ho spoke at :dI. \\ould : he st.il'-d t! at lie con'Mered it his duty a-s a : tie! liniD at which the di.-trihiilion! i, t to be with better liquors than are generallv joys a more deep-seated popularity than he
fell his iwoid ho ill i I'irnc.-i in
*(9 itiiri lhen, in ncrord.inre with! 1'! patriot and! a ("hiisti.! lo s-t.'ind by tie! Com- upon : \\ >e iii-i-.lf.; I Hence I the: n the f dl. We well u'l his meiils
: :! <-r.-tand ::nui
- of tht! coiu\'iion! from which! hemiiution. 1 promise mea-uivs n irk-ilc, was Air. AVvoj'ii I ii.the Tru-t''e s'uHj'd state with precision a de-perado ii: the crowd ciied out, Ir. -

' L14. () Mr. Atwooil np-d!! tary :u Cl. Tiial letter iecei 'ed 1:14 cor-1 i ll.i'the Measures connectidili: it r.tt.-iii"d his ii'imination and! bv.hie.li t'-3: exact number! of t cnildien; for. i! th.yvi.'te Paul Denton, your reveri-neo has: lied. You I Another Defender of Gen. Pierce.

tiit h tetd feel no anxiety: jni: that j jj.itt'lat : di d a-aftit :;i the time it w;.;; writl'-u. ACt '|, nifaiis it j is 1i3vLiIlI vas bis election.b'o : \ t .'' fnall a uiu.i! : r, rotue: ('l tit cl.illicii promised not only a trood Iarbaeut', but bet [ Tiie United States Service Journal edited

: he f-hould) take no M j) \\hicliv<,uMfnifiarrajs t it was wiitlen, and when: about t( fejia'rrttc hoped to fccure understood inllieir! li-ti-t) will be d-'piivcd of thir ter linuor.-Where's the li-mor j" by Col. W. W. Tompkins New York
all tliebu: contains
ihoioiigldy aie I I (piCbtions
. the jiaity with which! he had ho Mr. Atwood s-hook! !hands: witli! (Iei. of obtaining share! and if they state 110 l.irije a nuinn.r.the : "Ther. answered the ,mis-i.Mi.iry, inones
then*, and to faint i is the hope another vindication of Gen. Pierce '
Lug acted. i Pierce, and slid I shall: never forget you that I children I in i all I the other l'i i-itrii-ts t ofthe ( of thunder, and, pointing his motionless byI

A few lh' d
tali-nil and faithful
I I :
te! ("ouvenjfin infornuHl! ( l ln.. I I'iorce of the We can in"iey! I l.i'ich ujion a few .f th! (' 1 tl/ii :State: deems that his ul.ijj lepa pucccss will I Jui-s. j up Iii two strong columns with! a sound like Mexico. The Journal is neutral in politics,
: own!
\VLlie corivsjiondi-nec nnd its character lie remarks of (Jen. I i'i'-rce. 1 Hi-i 1 i jjioech will lie bect TUietl bv lii-< chances from .Mil. As soon as, the Tnslt'cs of the several a shout of joy, from the bosom of the earth. | but prompt r.t meeting and defending all unjust
$ !" severing; ] "
totally hcredJti;
4 *J>eediIy roiKi\edbv) it* appearance, in) the Id. it i i.e, we shall; I ly it lhf'./e o-ir ret(1rs.I ( ,, undeifct.vad tie novel i stated, to the Judge; of 1'robate, it i is his duty Kiitnii! !4', while his enemy actually trer.ibled
i-'l iida
of the
jt.jiiticalhtieMi the
: ;fiidetit; Jtrwri'-fd*. .Miinyofthciieniocral-I i I He I wa : iterrupted several tini!'* by Elder to consolidate all their reports into one, and at his feet ; there is the liquor which God, \ past or present The following is
which lie has froi.i tiuit t t.i I lime promulgated1
I ic nifinlers 4'f the Convention \\-fro in favor Toss, who pro.otiided] \aii.iu.s quui-tions to and \vithout: ccumiiating: linn::, permit: me to; &eid it to the UegL-U-r of Public land?, who the Internal, brews for all his rhildron. Not I tlie article ofthe Journal : -

(4 :!4:1itig: ir Mr. Atwqud at 'n. !'." (Zen. him, which ;<.::. 1'iejce promjilly answered that she boldi I in particular! detfi-tation i Superinteiuleiit! of school-, for the State.: in the Minmerhig still, over smoky tires, choked | GUN.; FiCAMvu:. PHK: <-E.--It is painful

IiVre threw his? influence ;: tifl't surh a i I 0 the saliafa-lion: : of I the audii-nce u e. l itiidy, say that abominable! doiliiiu: which, foiirotful of See Sec. 7, Ail. ',', Act is 10. It i i.s piesumcd with poHorHiu-sgassossurruiindid with the | to hear now and then a tqaib from some volunteer

movement., The relations of frirndines! and' 1jovcv..rit nriv hive be'-n: tolhc l'dr.! Thii ll.o K-uices tit 1 .tte nlKl\uja! tint the Judges of I'robate will have no tench of sickening: odor and! corruptions[ reflecting upon! the valor of this citizen
( a Lajf: v( ,
. t'thiecc l ;! h:? had -ilway jnslai.iod toward.-. 'I r. I'os is ',tjc of ihe vuorls) lo the Uegi.ter doth your Father in heaven prcpai** the precious whtn acting as tin-commandant of.1 volunteer

. .I|\t\voyd'i( it only: juMifiv-J but !v.-iirod] ton, that i i1-, in his own e.stiiiK.tinn.) I'orseveral truth tlIltg'luiel\thai our, adopted a citi/tas have, unonevery us tliey will obtain iiiloriuation: tieyaie essence of life-the- pure cold water; force in Mexico. Although such an

. 1'i,* fiiendly otiicehto.-ueUthe niiRfhiefhicli ; d.i'b pic-\i( iifc to tho iiici liag lie h.id made a t tI memorable 15eld of! our country! exhibited required[ to repoit' from the reports ot.the ( )but ii: the green glade and grassy dell!, where instance is not worth repeating, jive cannot

t'irenlwi' < l :.like the leinocralic party :iI3d its I.great tpluigc about what wondfiful) things l ilevotion mid fidelity to her iTiustc-es, niul t I can! obtain! it from no) other. t'.ie! red! dear wanders, and the child loves lo avoid rebuking those who are so unsteady

- ii'niiuoc. I Ho $ i.j ht an inf' me'v vith Mr.At I !! 1 lie wui jj ing to do at the meeting.! I>ilj interest'uncurpasst'! ami honor-forgetful, too, that birth source.Vhen I ihe Trustees have noire- play, there God brews it ; and down in the w ith! their tongue as to slur at others AVfafn-

wood. The j i suit is Kirv.vj. No nn- j Jovf," of \\'o.ire. had IjO'-n iinil-'d down to 1 is: a matter (accident, and thai: ho who, i in I poited, the Judge of ProU-ito can make no deepest valleys, where the fountain murmurs ever yon meet a man, leader, \\ho has tho

friendly \\ord was *!tte el. Ti.e second leivas j jneet, General': Pierce, :i"d the l''Idor intiuri- : matuiity of i judgement) Mles! and adopts for i, report. and the ril! sing, and high upon the mountain kindness to entertain you with a detail of his

: Let \ j.rojiarud-in a nnlilrafl, pal:tIy! by t&1 that resolutions wouhi l he intiodueed and him. elf a lit.me and a eounliy, evinces his de1 Vitli. After the Trustees Lave made their re- L tops, where the naked granite glitters like chivalric actions, nnd is free to detract from

; Uai and partly by Mr. AtwooJ. Jc-n. Pierce j.t1&d L.i v the meeting, which would )not be ,1 votion' I to its institutioiis: -forgetful, in short, ]| ports lo hue Judge of Piohale: and they ini F gold in the sun, whore the storm cloud broods the merits of others, who would damn the

L.; a left him io finish it as he ;phased! : with ( ijtsito *>o witiifactoiy: to ( Jen. P.'h fiieiuU-.- of that lesson which! our own beloved country i turn have made their repoils lo the Uegi-ter J land I the thunder storms crash, and away far character of their superiors with slanders and

WMC' pariitgvords : Ir. Atv.ooil, v.rilelut hut the magniliKpieni: and: valiant! IClder1, so nobly) leaches us, ho beeka to make 1 then by the lstsectioi: of the act of the I 10th( '' OUt on the wild wide sea, vhere th hurricane insinuations, you may turn the story end for
1 'I 1840, it is made the duly of the howls music, and the big wave rolls the choi end and shall have the iu
C'lmiiunjs ilsdf lo your jud n.wil udJuur made no demonstration of the kind, no conn birth the tebt of piivilegu and of etjuality.j January, ; you parties their

contci 'Ure, and then &Liml by it." .Mr. \\tVrta!," as the French would say. JS'o Bill j: Upon this, as upon other heieMes disclosed Register to appoilion the! school moiicvs to i rus, sweeping the march of Hod; -there hebrews proper position. Geti. Pierce is an honorable

Atwood thc-u followed lain to the door, thoolc (Jove" '' in his'prhuical letters, will my State place tho bo (11tI iibuted among thi se-vend counties of j it, that beverage of life, health giving man and a brave officer. Go, citizens, to

*4m cordially by the band, iuJ remarked that I seal of her reprobation.) [Loud cheers.! ] the fcftato, whicli.! apportionment shall be water. And everywhere it is a thing of life Gen. Scott, and to the officers of the army

L''C'Should neverforgef the Liudue lie ((1 en.P I Sabbath Breaking I will not detain you from others who will made to the several counties in propoition to and beauty, gleaming in the dew drops, ting who acted in his and their vicinity, and in
I the number of white children between the.itges ing in the summer rain.ehiuing inthe| ice of them whether he
) had i.hu'ii biin. have not met gem, quire was qualified as an
) Tliey ; SICt bhouvthiit Sabbath-breaking i isia liulcicfct the loading political que -
y I you upon of five and eighteen attending till the trees all seem turned to living officer that is think the
tuee but .Mr. Atwood tr.avcrsin'j the j !' sustain years jewels, it'yon speeches of
; as was prolilic bourccuf eviL A father \viui] e son tions which we( aro culled upon lo ..orlo
State withal onJir :lV JilTefCHjLvefHoii of the f fur school l iu each county, according lo the reports spreading a golden veil over the setting sunora those who have made insinuations are worthy .
out pleasure oni >
*f&irCcn.; J'icrceJtIt'b'oanJ( ; 1 injustice to was addicted IP ijdiiig did not oppose. of lie Trustees and Judges of Probate. white gauze around the midnight moon ; I t of notice at alLV think they are not.-
Uto Sabbath, was told, ifJie slop without to 'Jlie Register shall certify each apportionment sporting ill the cataract dancing in the liail Thank God
iiiast'If, to makethb oxplMiatiou.'Wearcsatisfied lie did I would bo roiuud. not )
ii htoj
I failmindj his fcon \ i iit hat the nomination which has been inade, isdetlmed made by him to,the Comptroller'andiT shower; sleeping in the glaziers, folding its matter for other cousiderntioais, that on* at

(34 that no'cnndid and bat t-ometiuies set the, cxntnjilu .of riding to carry w'ith it quite as much, if iramedialc notice thereof to the Judge/of blight snow curtains softly about the\vjutry least tho candidate (we shall:have four,

(j LaAh4 wu in 1ii&s L&te ppuld have listciigd.lct the I oat for'j.leasuie him>rlf. The son became a hot more, influ'eiicd{ l in' the election, thah any probate, stating the amount -of moneys np- I world, and weaving the many colored sky, perhaps in the field) for the presidency irreproachable -
of Gc-n. fitrcu xvitJiput'coaiiij'j to jl (j jConclusion man, and was placed in a responsible fcitua- bia and the limo when that whose is the rain of
4 other thnt'conld have been made. / regard portioned to county, syren, warp drop beyond cavil, reitiveljr firm and
that his statements were Jill true ; lion,* and entrusted'with" a large property. Gliteral Pierce'a diction as next tit certain.Joiii ."- the amo will bo payable to him. And should earth, whose \voofis the sunbeam heaven, clear-headed the great question of ,the

and.that heltns been amt mill is'nwrt foully :iSoon ho UMS a defaulter, and absconded.In .- '1'jL.:: the interest ofthe School fund not enough all checked over with celestial flowers by the times-namely, slaverya word that never

y-rongod by the representations of the ALoJitioupivbs. a diit'ejcut part of the country he obtained "I look Franklin Pierce as ono of to all w two dollars to each child legally reported mystic hand of refraction. Still always it is should he spokea iu Congress in relation to, I

"Mr. A\vooil( knows that well ; another responsible hituation, and was again upon as having attended School for three 1u'atltiIill-tilat. Messed lift water no poison or in connexion w itt! khtvery, unless l> unanimous
fctalesman and
reliable y
ai"i i rnofat men, as a
il the '
ifia sid l commentary, upon human char entrusted with a large amount of property. the then In bubbleson its brink iU foam made
months dming preceding briiigs
that tho las produced.Jo1i year j ; no request of th southern fcjute::; *, where
lcter t to keo bow readily lie lends 1tros1f totI1tir tf that he dcfiatHod the ovnicr and lied a- I patriot, country tlie Act of :.h 1th January, Ibal the UegUU'r s and murder ; no l-luod titaius its liq'iid! it is a cuiuliiu'ional feature.'' I

purposes of tlander; and dttIaviiJLI. gain.; He was iipprchviidcd, tried, convic i [ \ C. CALIIOLX




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1 if) THE FLORIDIAN & GeL Pier.'.Letter. JOL CABELL ON THE STUD T 1 Administration, and who is, fo thai reason, j w to the sonndnew of l Scott's prmne that which would- flow_ ,fro. -. .t ;
Seward ) C.beD ; "
demand I IA. M
to &*
JOURNALt We ndthefollowingcorre.pnodeoeein tic Charleston the candidate of the men most inimical t the opinion, what tad you a right

: : i \\'\ \ -\ -TALLAHASSEE- : t Courier received by yesterday's mailIt relatesto Having heretofore proved by the best testimony i institutions of tb South."-Page 3. .-" We had a right to demand a public effect would be to open wide the s'd -

,. : tie infamous slanders which Lave been so indus- and I think, from all that of a\olition agitatioD-iiit w--rd be.
; as we believe, the soundness of Gen- [XoTF.-Tis remark of Mr. CabU's is expression of them, pret.go
t( i : SAVRDAY' AUGUST 21 tflUJ circulated against the democratic candidate, I hear that the maw or the So *hem tratxrn of the N'ffthern friends of the S
1 : 18'i Pierce on the subject of Slavery, thc Fugitive applicable to those Southern men who were can great
We wait to .
S 't __ ( M MMI_B ITERMS. and meets them fully and crushingly. see era he ha alftadj and if}it wooJd be brought about .
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: f. make f tie Slave Law, and the Compromise and trilling to General nomination over Wlu'gi will consider by 4e _.
.-Three Dollars ]per unum. i if paid in what atonement the whig press will >r part Scot's .
: :. : advance; U .V O) if paid within six months of Uie time they hue Lome in huutiii; down this consistent and having constantly invited a critical examination '- Mr. Fillmore, and was not, we presume in. ((12th June) put off their public avowal too organization which would) elect SeirarJ .

1 I .... : ( subscribing; and 400 at the eud of tbc -ur. Advertisement long-tried friend of the South. We commend Gen. '. of the entire history of his life in that tmle t apply to Southern Whigs who sup. long."-Page 5. 1856, if the UsmJd together,0 long" 4

: :... t a *, One Dollar perfqnareof 12 line RT first, | Pwrce's Utter as one of the Guest specimens of compoj j I I II I regard, we feel it to be our privilege, and we j ]port General Scott after the nomination.] Q.-What parties did General Scott allowto of which Mr. Cabefl saj wwiH foBow-We"-

f 0'; "J' .Ld! Fifty Cent for all subsequent insertions. Antr' Mtioii we hUt ever read. jt 1' under his ? ask in all candor Bow Mr. Cabell
. i may say :duty which we owe to the public, Q.-After the declarations made in your rally name can rec n.cile J
'.I( ; nouncements of candidate, Five Dollars each always t The correspondence originally appeared ia tlie ha acquiescence the
; and m decision
He has allowed the anti-slavery
to continue to examine and of the 3d A. of
report the speech February, why are you unwilling tU
4 V : to )be paid in advance. Religious, Obituary and Mar Washington litpvllit of Saturday lst 1 upon Florida
'.. V.' tr'I riage Notices', not exceeding 12 lino*will be puLli"hvdgratis. 1)i views mil position of the Whig nominee, to support General Scott ? anti-compromise parties to rally under his Whig with his duty to

*: : I j t3T":co rtJnfatn of the publication of estate To the EJlior f tAt Jtfpvblie: !!! General Scott, upon the same momentous A._" I endeavored then to giro my rea I name. Under the cry "f Scott and Repeal the Unionto the CO"'fionto 1m etan.

t : .t '. or legal notices of any description will be given 1 Dear Sir :-Ou-the appearance in your paper of.a ;, question ; and in making this investigation, sons. In the course of the remarks I have the worst agitators and revilers of the laws try'.hat i is the character of that ptincU
i charge intended, if not calculated senoiuJy impair|,
"i:. ... : until the advertising fee is paid I I and perchance destroy the confidence c'fld t we remark, in advance, Jhat we will not already made, I have plainly indicated other of the country and the patriots who passed pie of whiggery which, wkfc \('. Cabell' deliberately .
,; t: --- DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS.- !"utuJ supporters in his soundness IU Ptft11 I to our aid the testimony of Democrats, because reasons why he should} not be sustained in | them, have been sent to the Whig National h announced and eontinveniry adi.
1 addressed him letter,
'e! .. .. question a 'lcl.1 such in the the he has to Convention sworn friends of General Scott." red to opinions as to Gen. Scott, pcnniu him
}l.4 4. with his reply, I now ak you, A an t justice to testimony, language of the position thought proper assume.

:. ,.. .!: Ton PRESIDENT OF TUB UNITED STATES : publis1L. Courts, may be sid to be testifying in our Dot I have a few more words to say on thispoint" Page 5. to acquiesce" in the decision of the Florida
I make tins object, like
FRANKLIN PIERCE request presuming your behalf. But we will \ 3. Q.-Did General! Scott speak before these Whig Convention I We submit to the honest .
,i: miiic, to base Lecu the discovery of the truth own rely (cusi\'l at Page
L >: Very r this the What have to in addition ? elections ? Whig of the country-to those who
1 c -.. OF tw.IgAMI'g1IIRE. Jfulh. time, upon testimony of a gentleman Q.- you say ire

4l, t .' WASHINGTON, Aug. 13, 1802.}: : LEON. of the highest respectability in the Whig A._" The Whigs of every Southern Statehave A.He would not speak before these not bound to the Whig party by the cob*,

ufc .1:; .: FOR nCE-PRFmJXT : I IW.UISGTO party yea, a gentleman recently. nominatedby with almost entire unanimity, declared elections, nor until he 'had the Convention sive power of public pJnnder"-the plain proposition
: I
17 1
; ; July ,
t. .1. WILLIAM R. KING, Dear Sir:Enclosed you will find an article:2.I in : the Whig Convention as their candidate they will support no man for the Presidencywho filled with men committed to him and to his whether the man entertaining the

; >,'. I,* *i'. OF AI.ABIMA. which as one of the 4 this I took i with :j j.f ** bound "
city *sue my colleague advocacy '! the language, to OPPOSE
t f. t.:. FOR GOVERNOR : .. j claims to southern support fur the Presidency. we will not assail, because we believe it to to maintenance of the Compromise n say it is too late. -Page 5. dee.

I JAMES E. BHOOME.FOII "l 'ou l ti..n was predicated upon my blie of your 1 I I be true. The Whigs cannot, because he is I and are advocates of its finality. Gen. Q.-Can General Scott's friends say that tion of Gen. Sco1, and whether thereto

p 1 ;..', .,...1. the entire Lift soundness week, upon Fincch the purporting Ea'er'q to -have- been Within de- their candidate, and i is endorsed by thorn as I I Scott refused pertinaciously to make this l he was not controlled by others, and by support Mr.. Cabell himself? who is presented

;... 'It\:' '" .' COXOUKSS : livercd by you 1 in January 11t has been republished worthy of all credit-especially since histestimony avowal, and I have yet to hear of the State whom f to them in such a questionable shape !!_

t ,, jt -' AUGUSTUS E. 3IAXAVELL. from two Democratic papers in your own State. was given before he received their Convention or town or county meeting which A.-" His best friends cannot that he. Surely no Democrat, who admired the independence .
\rliich say
( ore paid now to mipjxirt J-u1)) On the truth
1 f' -- or (falsity of this, much JcpuJI Neither those with :approval, and was in possession of the Whig has expressed a preference for him, with the i is not now ((12th June) controlled by Seward he exhibited, can now, after he ku

t. [ FOR ELECTOR: : : whom I act, nor mncr .' that nuy doubtMiould party bcfre his nomination. In other words, single exception of Delaware, which has not, and his follorrfrl.-Pagf 5.Q.To acquiesced in the decision of the Florida
1 t. )kQ1EF.ld TO. II, of Dura Countv, I rest oun tlr suck importance; but placing ,. Whig Convention the
I ful reliance cm the fearless ,, of your t-liar- by nominating him for that important trust at the same time, expressly repudiated the what organization would General ratifying nomination ef
; ; J. C.1L111'11 Jcfcrsvn I :
; t.Vf. I l\IAJ. JKSSE: COE, of Jackson, of 8Cff'r.3-0.1(whether.a their LIJl: and mown, .wlikh,,I- rCIJtfu1y ask- with a full knowledge of the contnt of his Compromise, or passed it over in silence."- Scott owe his election ? Gen. Scott, and organizing the defeat of
report supporters
I ,-- I believe to IKS without foundation opposed t' speech of the 12th June, 1852; they endorsed Page :3. A-" The organization to which General PrTc"ote for him, or sustain him in the

': .,"I .',' ... TICKUT FOR TIIK (IE:NEIeAI.I .\y-SKMBI.Y. your The previous course, !i' correct which f I j]i i that speech and the truth of his statements. Q.-Who are the wannest supporters of Scott would owe his election would be the- position he has voluntarily assumed.
peculiar must
i 111itiCI occupy plead'niy
I HiR STATE "I'ATIIU: : jiiwlngy f>r troubling you with! thi) Kttr. I' And now le us see what is his testimony, I General Scott: !IA. same as that which could now, and may in i In the letter frf acceptance pvlZULed in the

A JMKDICU.S A. LONG, Ksu. Very rcMK-ctfully, yi ur oltodK-iit cirvaut.EDWIN and for the purpose of placing it before the ._" The vilest anti most unscrupulousand 1830;, elect Mr. Seward, and would control 1 1 last Sentinel, Mr. Cabell announces that *1.
: 1:
loft run IrE: )I
I' read" and of the South." friends in supporting Scott, yet he will not
'I .. cOllrllll'ltlllis meaning, rights -Page 4. 5.
tREES ClIAIflEfl.J 15. CARPENTERMARIANO COM-OHU, N. II July SS, we propose -
; ( I). PAPY.: }I 1. 1 JI.! C1IKIST1K.ff" My Dear Sir:-.Surr<)unl<'d by.J l'rct illJ} t-ugago-18:2 !:.. l to do so in the simplest possible manner !j Q.-What would have been the condition ii I Q.-Would fhe results of the election of r rp oppose him. But this position of mere pasniveness -

: I mcnl! I M-iw.the t.irlie-topportunity t.reply t., your -that i is, I II questions and answers. I 1 I i ofthe Free Soil and Abolition factions Gene- '; C.,;; Com'Fpondrnts must bear with U!. TIle eecon1 '! of the I much I )
1.tCr ITtli regret that :: I his opinions, it is his m-rrhrs bounden
1..tUt iiy Mr. will please take the i I ral Scott has not crmitted his to be ( .A. Tlie election of ; duty,
l numb r of" ltllld.h" i is unavoidably deferred. thing eoiituM(d myself should )Lu\e Wfii tlf;,- i j (:1):1 stall! :[ | name the Senator from

.' Hi lit Reason" will pee that G<-n. Picrce's adiniraMe ('a.u'(' of Ji- gn( (tit Utwu-nyou ami 1 gentlemen I Qu\tun.-To; what political party do you I;j'i seized and used }bv* Seward and hu Northern !t ]New York and of General Scott, by such an I under his pledge, tf> oppose the election of
1 "it1! whom have Leon : in the vditorial i Gen. Scott and short
u..c.latel nothing of
: 1.- f:. letter puts a quirt; ut t<) tlw Now IV,:ton Roor- I department: of you the utht.-ni Pr **. I do in-t ntnciiilxT'cMrlo :I belong I II and Southern coadjutors I I| i organization, would lead to precisely the same I Ii will salt

lurk, rjrtlKT ('xjK'fiires of tLit; atr : now b! a waste of fiiTgu'sliWi) li.nd bctUrl |Fit-till delivered by toe at ew.B" sti.n: in this State ; .
j would have sunk into
4- 12 185 they
l. e employed in waruini tLe country again&t tLo CXTiur in January last, \tlllY attention was called t. it a.ifjiul .: page t2. !I I insignificallce.-I I necessary consequence of the Jotter, if the Whigs Defending Pierce!
: :, >li"lit-d in tlc Kt-puljlk Tlu-jirtt<-uif.l] report .: Q.-Can the niit1iniVhig, party, and Port.. I Union held together till lZ6."-Pagc 5. The course of the Washington Rrptibiie and RicB-
>t demig"6ti"s uln have uiiitd with the >\wHampLirc : is, and 1 pn-ciune' was dt-higixil to l IK?. an entire inis- that i is national in the I'I Q.-As whose candidate did Gen. Scott mOM Whig, in tleir monstrous sad nubeard-of
: NorthernVliig Q.- would be the effect of such
Ab..litivni t ts in iLe attempt t > drag Gen. r<) .rc'lwti.I i is: not nicu-ly untruthful but is HI i iC :l I I I I
Pierce dnwii to tburow u dograJed let tl. lie pen of j' g.o, l uwlallurJIy false as.to'rendfr, iu tliir vicinity. party, cn it'utl' with! its views of nationalj;j' Mand before the country ? j i election ? tacks on Gen. Pierce, made solely on the ttitimritf .f

S 4' Right Reason," if we JI.- lk\ hut Could be inploy-- ni) ...ial.f its:authenticity (entirely' uim'-cf-s! .-'i': ity and patriotism and its > for ,I I A.-" With a padlock on his mouth and A.-" The effect would he to open wide the tie most vile and unprincipled abolitionists, is calling
i two j nrrs ( Iiidciit-ndent i iI Irincllotl I i out distinguished Southern Whigs of Congress, "ho
lJ.t..J-th" l"'Irt
*d v:itL )oweiful effect Lyre.I in this, i Democrat his principles in Seward's breeches ; of abolition
| ---- .------- I luL1il (, I Democrat) : 1uhui-he.I) a as PJ' ictnt Ulitcd I pocket, he II,
f Catterpillar. I have been(-arc arc thoroughly zetlously abolition'r"I\1; jouni.il to the *Demn-; aud 1 :;j j I States at the next dl'Ctiul!J"t stood before the country the candidate of the < every Constitutional Compromise Whig conduct in Whig presses. On the 2d inst the Hon.

For s.)ine days piist, we Lave heard it .i.l that the rratic party.uu T a long time prior to the meeting at t ; A.-It can. higher law' pnrt -."-Page 4. I' at the North, all of wliom will lie proscribed I Charles! J. Faulkner. of the 10th District in Virginia

'r.tterl.i11l1r] and the Bull, worm were in the CVAton,d<>1.1: Nc\v-IJ.f-t.'ii. and ever sinco, they have been urifiiar-\ i[ Q.-I'nderhat circumstances I Q.-What do those intend who counsel silence -( ;and treated as outside barbarians/ "-Past I I IQ. addressed the House in a speech of marled ability,in
4. ., in th >ir c( tiin work (If dv-tructii'U. ,A injuiiy inij iu their attacksijxm MO 1.eu:11', mul in then into defence
g'u'-ral which entered of Gen.
); the course of he a
Utter, denunciation .14. It if the in reference to the ? i .
\l.at.thy JII' f. ( pcn! *e.1| t. can nominee of Democratic Compromise )
1 :
4 ( luts satisfied us; t1c ut our woret feare ore true.- tie i Pierre from the infamous New Boston calumnitij
"-nn my pro .laverv H'JIII'I.tp.! Hut it would l IK.- will commit himself A.-'T'Iiey intend to practice a fraud on .-What would be better for the National]I
: party publicly to
The worm hi: appeared in great lu'.inVrs and I* now s"ijtljii'j' new fir rapidly destroy ing the crcp.V : do not rcnumbercvtr :lojinsi-teiH'y (.f my ojiinioiis; upon the IuLj.c oftli..I' ,: the maintenance of all tho measures: of compromise one section of the country, and hope to pro I men of your party J j, Gen. Pierce's noble Manchester speech he'sajs

lx"foie to have beard such gl-xjiny account from ntitiitioiuil My. ) every
plantx-rs. The crt p at l best was very much behind t'i | where the Ffe.'r tlp niindful of the ditii"ultirs aild j South, in preference to Whig irAo i afraid, continuance of which will be the necessary f men (,f our party that a Conscrrrtire Demo- i accuracy and truthfulness ofwhich cannot be qnes-
onE'CI-d.livtrtfl! the 20th of Ko ember. ISO,
and!: *' htdding- lxidy-but the appearance of the J.mglrIJ1h so Lmsj 1.roJe.1 over the assemblage (.'ii:i! to avow his sentiments, or is not an advocate consequence of this silence on the part of the crat be elected."-Page 5. and reported in the on National elligencer on the 8th,
wonn-Bcourge cuts off all h-pe. From present indscatk wUc tn.1 and pure [n'riots to whose spirit of eonc.8ion ,
>ns the crop of I. v.nC
I un.le wli-h) :: we have (enjoyed MH-II t-itjrml 1 lrrospritr .-What will he the nature of the : of General Scott I II1.
4 : of an aYcrage. We hare ii"t heard from other foctloiiEofthe.State : advancement and I have willing to deceive j one section of the Union, appeal I t opinion Ay m few cfJilw"j/JJrllaJ. of tAt HortbtTbl

I 'I but have n-> doubt the }presence of the j tied l the suhjt c:1;tit vital mpl"u''I' to I be rear iiretlas ] and to owe his nomination: entirely anti I whicli those who counsel silence, will make ;| .-" I regard the election 1 of Gen. Scott L I embraced* Speech in alone that) fabricated, covenng.report aa it does is sufficient, all the ground apart

l'&H.t'1'iUu-1 I' jrenral.. an elcr.if-tit! if sf-rtioiial !ii] .-al in juirty conflictsMy -- I slavery influences will be the case. if GenI ; to the people i as the annihilation of all our Northern friends.., I from the mass of overwhelming testimony bearing open

ao School-- -System.- ,' tliis action matter Il.llY, Lave Iniigimge l
The carful ;atUnti: <.f the -adi-r i iin>ited td th iw> 'I jciicuiriftajcc: !, in ('tII tiC 31ltJlf'f'ith IIadi,,i El' ii'iir .'t/ (June 1 12th,) before the country." I j send men to Congress pledged to carry out ; Q.-What do you deserve, if, to please: i were contempt a bitter every opponent of Franklin Pierce, I would
and l I IIt
ill1p..rt! t 1<.tier of D.S. W.n'rHl.., Regi ter andSujKiintei ; S ate and language House at(f n.T"f'"fltin'Vav.hiiigt.oii.Iy were v t.*not in flir Sn j l I -V 2. their fcertinnal I treasonable! schemes and to : Abolitionists and get their votes, (and that,I J S feel it due rd to In the truth ofh.tory--c1ue of southern institutions to his consisS detnnwl"
tent rec" support -
: )]3rt t 4if SclxKils, publi-hfd on the fin-t pifTeof : I in the for the fjr.-t time. Tii have 111lill.cl ( elect General; Scott who will is the made I
"- Jr -y ; : Q.-What was your opinion of the sikncl[ I not 'interfereirith you say, appeal to you,) you desert of me as a xtul/tern man, to trample under
fv.lay's r.ll)(. The whe! subjvtt J.M )ben scx- I :eii.l paraded I I to nrotiso the J lrI I MOIIS an I pnju foot the vile and nifUmous ilseho d r
0, dices : of General) before his nomination ? thr. action of'a majority of the l'l'Ojlc'..r those men who, in standing l bJthe Con-
ff our ngainft' in- and 1
-- 4 plaae i an 1 umplifiu! bv Mr. W. as to render tinI :I Pr1e. individually)" cut Tliw i is a manly tribnt* from an lionest Whig who
: npnJnst the itli "licli it II : A. That RCl'rc.'f'lItalirr.tf.I'I1f.r 4. have stood by ?I"
C pride it jfctitution
to J.111 lily ; you
aws rcL-tting <>muii>n eui now catily under was unpatiiotic I .
and tcction'cring.ltlr l Id )defender the Gtstitntkm-
j pleasure to There has ben no to ; i is unwilling to see a (
.. oPt attempt Q.-Was General 'fa\lor true to the L'n-1 A.We deserve to be
a..dbyeveryliJy.Gen. j evade the_ f.r'of the.rocord. I luis Wen nt. 11 time 2. j!i I spit upon, aqd n.1 al right of the South struck down by Hewian.KaixU

Pierce's New Boston Speech. I IW 1..1 !IUIIICI. uuu my [tot-moll iUt-laineU lloll. Q.- \mt has been the effect upon yourself ion, the Constitution, anti the South I I j jA. made the bondmen of those who would 1 i without raising his Toice against the parricidal blow.
I grounds ti"factr.t" my own mind.' I am i'nr.t.rie.l He remained the hour of his death "
(- publibh on the first page of to-day's paper two ( to attempt to prove, me l.t an al*> of the course wlich01 felt it to bo your to I i ;,I liberate our ::\ -Pag*. C.s II' Mr. Faulkner pn e -e !

acruitofG.n. Tierce's X-w 1i..tonFpecli' publish i lit.i. ni.-t provokes,!much merriment among 1'n of all duty; to pursue in regard to the nomination to r true to the Union, the Constitution, and the s !!; Q.-What do you l believe in reference to My first acquaintance with (fln. Pierce dates back

ftt the time in two different pajKT, b th of vlioedi- jiaities hire and this weak and untruthful sketch of be made I the I :South. But we now know that even he was :, the reply made to the complaint that General : to AnguS 1833. Since that time I haTe been a enable clow
what ttt be my sjieecli, is tAJ ridiculous by Whig pu1.l ; observer of his public career. Time dnes not
tjrs were present and heard the t>jieeei! and who unite ; to be 1If..tts! in any !.ri'll li l r.a.J, j I II A.-It .has called down head 11 greatly misunderstood' and! misrepresented, : Scott refused to write, to wit : that he had me, now, to go into an examination of his course.

.. in the lately published) certificate in denouncing the 1 air in the daily receipt of letters propounding the I the upon my and the country sorely felt the effect of the? not been applied to J" But I do not fear contradiction when I assert that the
veision funiioh by the Rev. )Ir. Fots," as a tis- I jreatct.t vaiiety (If cuiioin (luest ti"I"I"n all conj i j unmeasured vituperative abuse of tt record of no Northern statesman exhibits a m.re mj'fonn -
t ,. eeivublo mbjccts. letters eJf this character baneful influences around }him. -Ptigc 4. A.-That this is and comivtenl re'p..crfur thi con tituljm l
Free Soil merpljaIlsunl,
sue of fJwhcxxls from beginning to end." So 1II.II.n astliat Clllet i Scot or papers of the North, (with or a
b> answered" of N io iihial right of the South than hiaor can one b r shown
could command'itlur What influence do fear I
nniun'n.i published, the Union lifmocrat (,f (. the time o i.treng-th the herculean tat-k would few exceptions, they are one and the same,) Q.- you now fraudulent device in keeping with the conduct manifesting more true loyalty to all the objects and

the ntit week, (llth January) denied it. Said that equire. I may add. that tuch a correspondence would ;'i and I have been bitterly denounced by their A._" It U this same influence which we ; of many who urge his nomination, to impose purposes for which this great Union was formed. It

paper- hy no means comport with my views of duty. The I Southern coadjutors." .Pa 2. now fear, and therefore the Southern States, upon the people."-Page Democratic sent its e
i It it equally untrue that) the General ued any rvch alone to. party candidates delegates, but to to reaffirm Baltimore: not this with one accord, demanded public, unequivocal '. .-What is opinion as to the idea him.But who is
language m> id ascribed to him iu the Iude >eudeutDemocrat. lilirt princi Q.-Why was abuse specially directed Mr. F. M not the only Whig disgusted
0 4 ." { canvass pies and should) J present be the leading ibu(1 upon which the against you \ declaration from all Presidential candidates that General Scott wanted an opportunity t 0tvrite with the corrupt and infamous course of the administration

Thelxilc} calumny has been lit thoronghly exposed If I could. deem conduch.el mj IM capable of improving the A.-It was because I expressed my regret -stronger, if possible, in the case of!I'< ? organ. Tb Washington correspondent of the

'I as t) demand no further.refutation. platform there adopted it i* quite certain that I that he (General Scott had not General Scott than from others, because Ii chas I A._" The idea" is preposterous-- Richmond Enquirer tells us of others. Says he-
) publicly
fcboul'l decline either
----- nt the call of individuals or as- The pertinacity of the Republic, in its mendacious
Pierce on Slavery in the District. sociations to incur the cliargc of nrroganoe ti which given to the Compromise measures the benefit presented himself in such a questionableshaitc. Page C.Q. and reiterated attacks upon Oen.Pierce's New Boston

V Some of the more rabid and less principled of the any, attempt/ t alter, amend or enlarge) it, would inc- of the influence of his name, and because .' "-Page 4. I I .-What do you believe those Southern p ecb falsely charging him with loathing the fugitive
4 Routt charge Frank Pierce with Living favored 'itJe1y &1 .je me. slave law," is subjecting it to a diminution in ito
press letter i if Q.-What would merit if were to Whig members of the last House
0 of an entirely different character. It I avowed my unalterable determination I to you you of Representatives circulation among boitorable men. as well as the re-
the abolition in
( the District of ColuoILia.'I'he
;ignorant party slavery hacks who make this charge know- of seeks LUtory truth, to in which relation too to searching an "alledged an fact; it speaks stand up to the pledge that I had made to, give your support to the man who presents who pledged themselves not to I spect_ which might have been continued to. its.mJitfir
appeal and the cause. One fart is a sutneient
CIlIt. Whig
_ _ 1 nothing of the noble patriot they assail, the latchet of be made. I appreciate the entimato you seem tn have suIlortno man who occupied the noncommittal himself in such a questionable shape ?I" i suport any man who would not commit himself tion of this point. The Hon. Mr. CaMwell of North

:. whofce tiboefl they are not worthy to unlo@e. There of my thanks character for direetnef ; and bog you to ai-cept i position in which lie had thought A._" Should I give my countenance and to the policy which General Scott refusedto Carolina a Whig member of the House of Representatives.
my fr your to vindicate claim proper "he would discontinue
etor my to declared this that
is no Northern man who baa given more evidence of that trait, -, tle public. i to place himself in order to secure antislavery support to one who is now a Northern man avow, are bound to do ? the public, as it ura a dlity ,th'tt niodecrnl

\I., opposition to an -tllatery agitation than he has-and I am, high esteem votcs.-l'age 2.Q.What -who, although a native of Virginia, boasts A._" If they are honorable men, they are man would read iHe says no respwUOM.
cfjwcially is the record clear and emphatic with re Your most obedient servant, Whig ought to take .AnounoswrB as gwxf t-
that he paper
owns no slave:, and declares that he 1 hound to the election of Gen. Scott
4 I lCd, to slavery in the Diet riot. In every aspect in :FRANK. lImCE do 3-011 propose now (June 12,) j oppose timony 1 This is a rebuke worthy of a trot 100 of
.' vhich the question there has been pieseuted, it has EDWIN D*:-LEON, F.., Washington- -, D. to do in regard to the pledge, of which you is in favor of the gradual emancipation' unless he will, in the most unequivocal manner the South. And thousands of other chivalric e bet
been met at the threshold, Iwldly) firmly and j>atriot- Miserable Quibbling. ]. have just spoken I the slaves of others, and that it is a moral i pnblicly committ himself to this policy children will pronounce the same indignant

r ically by Gen. Pierce. He has never shirked nor t' PANICS &c.-Our friend of, the Floridian A J"Ur1'I j i A.U I intend sacredly] to it.j .- obligation' of those who do own them to I before his nomination"-Page 7. tion.While on this topic I can assure your readm (II I

%aded it. In 1838, Mr. Calhoun presented a resolutionto in his last of ForiJI j isfuc, eayaof us Coward Jen. Scott;" and: .lie jigaiii plh1i}: .J Verily' tl(I j jpcojilc j,I Page 2. fulfl" exterminate' slavery-who is the candidate of Gen. Scott, it is well known, not only did have. Pierce read it.to) one that of, in his a private representatives letter addrmedoyOen. in C"HF"**

prohibit reception of petition Bfor the abolition of Scottism' i! a poor way atnon, the people' w ho".r.i:: Q.-Who constituted the great element of the Free Soil element of tho Whig party- 11 not publicly commit himself to the policy referred he distinctly declares that the report of his New Benton -
in the District The rcwlutivu"IIS in denounced an 'd-i in 1836. whkh
slAvery turnworda cvirai This bln that !i
the abolition
General Scoti's whose election is specially urged by the ene- il to by Mr. Cabell before his nomina- speech by two newspapers
4 : the'lre willing luforyice the insult, they caniiot/o ]I strength at the North I lj I the Rtpu/ relies on, in false in detail-thattterais
"Rttoiletd That the intermeddling of any State or get,it. Scott j'1 A._" Sectional agitators, Free Soilers and I flues of the Fugitive Slave Law, and other ,i tion, but absolutely refused to express him. scarcely a correct statement in the whole report.

.' States, or thtir citizens, to alx.lioli) slavery iu this Distriet of 0(1 in Order never nrllsU.h No. .IK He n tf'r to the people'; 2. I agitators and abolitionists-and whose nom- ![ sdf on the subject Mr. C.ibell, then, is and that it was evidently intended to give confid *Ito
of behewit
110r.11 speaks fear .holtioniitt.-Pllgc the the Whigs
abolitionists will
or any.f1he 7 err it 01 i in, on the ground, or tin panic i( dBut
tier tho pretext, that it !ill immoral or binful), or the mind( but-hts talks of a diseased state tf tlie public Q._Who at the South I I ination is barely tolerated by a few Southern I "bound to oppose his election. We submit J Nor will ,they believe though he *re nrifnnn -

paenage of unv act or nioa uie of Congrcm with that L AUK., 17. lie nowhere) talks of Cuta,dict.-.''entintl, A.-" A few miserable party hacks, the men who prefer policy to principle, because j if all the testimony which! )Ir. Cabell gives tie t ad." The officers of the meetingand the falsitY M*
Mew, uould bo a direct and dangerous attack on the hundred persons who were present certify
imtitutions of all the bluvt-holding Stiitc'It 'l is is mil.rnLe quibbling, the absurdity of which columns of whose newspapers show that ht' can get more anti-slarery rotes than anyone j against Gen. Scott be true, (and who can deny of the abolition and Republic's charges. Gen. Pwrf*

w ill be ob erve<5 that thin olutiou covers abroad a dolt) can deU-et What dies Judge Randall pay in I II j their editors are ready to sacrifice their principles 'Ise-if, sir, I say, I were to give my it I) whether it is not his duty as a South. baa spoken and yet pharisaical whijjgejry rejecta tao

tt ground, comprehending within .its KOJMJ the his letter t Gt n. Scott, publithed in last week's &Itim,11 I and their country fu party and support to sUl.h'a man on the terms proposed l, em man-as a patriot-aS a lover of the Union testimony P

: question of slavery in one of its niott agitating foniih, Rt--ul- I j 2. SUCCl'S and in view of all the circumstances past and -to Gen. Scott's election and But we have now to show u early. the 1TTH
to wit: slavery in the Territoriei; but Gen. Pieree was "Tliflt order tens flnnnontlf\-vni.nct/v.7: n..1 c.,1.. I emolumtuts.-lagr II oppose DAY OF LAST MARCH in the House of Representatives
among the very tint in the Senate to advocate it and i iurge denunciatory of the whole population; tf b'lorida.; :: bit 1, Q.-What was the feeling of the anti-coin- present, I feel that I would merit the execration to vote for a conservative democrat {I" lie of the United States A SPECIFIC APPLICATION nJ

lt'rt\I1lfl! going to eitablik. t'l jttain charyt of I promise men of tho North i iA. of those I reprt'fenl"-Pagc. is not acting to his duty by of tAi Virginia and JStntwly "w/l'n
its adoption, vhicli he did in a Fjeech we have !:. COWARDICE in our people, and in its it spared'' up remaining to prove by them, the knCOPi1t1tllIWnia(2t of the fugitive
-' S already laid U-fore our readers. In the course of that no 1m,,of vituperation, mid contempt cfmnlnt upon such l imputed ._" It was vindictive towards Mr. Fillmore Q.-Who do you find the advocates of the passive. Let it be recollected that Mr. Cab. Slave Law. This occurred in a speech &b' -
Gen. P. "aiJ- mis conduct." repeal of the Fugitive Slave Law ed on that day by Hon. N. S. TOWNSHEKD. Representative
,. A speech because he had exerted his personal and sending as ell has, since Gen. Scott's nomination, not in" r*

--I J New, let these '.JCtrjube universally understood Surely our negLLor's memory h once more played official influence .to prevent their proposed delegates to the Whig National Convention ? I only refused to recall anything he said in his the Baltimore CoogreM DemotraJie from Convention.Ohio sod wAi'a deUyite* ".**
and admitted, and you take one great step towards him a scurvy trick otherwise he could not have
t satisfying the oonscienecs of honest but misguided people positively denied a fact which is ( by the so outrage of tho Constitutional rights of the A.We find them sending as delegatesto speech of Juno 12, but he went so far as to fine noted Gen. Pit 17. ret, and adopted ALa pWform.-StA-
iu one section of the country and quieting the irritation "tAL1sle and represent them in the National ConventionMr. advise the State Convention Avg.
very w ho from Gca Scott the South maintained a policy in no that nominated It is knock and to moeb
far which there has been too much cause in geott'D oLtine poor way a pity to so many capitals
.i c the other. This we have attempted to do. We arc apology contained in retraction. sectional, but essential to the of Palmer Kellogg, whose official deputiesare him in that same letter to Major Ward, to I italic into pie, but its hound to be '. The "H0S.Townehend' '.
p Ixiuud to that go further BO long, as and slaveqhalI frankly declare continue to these in petitioners Virginia Webster and Pierce. (the Union."-Page. 3. said to have avowed their determinationto throw Scott overboard and go in alone for- happens to be a free sofler ef the

and Maryland, it is in vain for them to expect its It is known that these two dstgilbe men are Q.-What did they declare in reference to resist tthe execution of tho Fugitive Slave the State offices But since the action of the Giddings stamp and wu not honored with M** "*

abolition) here; that we are forbidden to legislate upon o terms of the greatest fredhp. Dot sons of the i him I Law, and others whose consciences, like his, Convention became known to him, he wrote the Baltimore Democratic Convention1' at aH nle*
: J'I this subject under existing circumstance, by obligation Granite State as a Had be been there as a dekgats
and born spectator.
believe in the _
we same them to denounce and
county A. compelled revile the
They that to theeditor of the Sentinel letter
I t haidly inferior to the Conntitution itself; that declared they would not a an ex doubt be
the Sentinel have DO
I t\\ Congress cannot abolUh slavery in the District,against their intimacy b been of the closest and mot enduring vote for him or for an one publicly committed law of the land.-Page 5. I tract of which was published a week or two would have walked maliciously the assert, we door that Raotoul
character. When same
thc winhcs of the inhabitant, without a grou breach Webster was dt'oie the use of )
i i' ..fpiiUiefail/z, and an outragioui inftaetiim of private Faneuil Hall-or in other words when the whigs of t the policy of Administration, while Q.-What gentlemen on the floor in Congress ago as follows : went out of. This makes trick No. 2 our neighbor'smemory

t lifthtt. Boston turned their back upon him in consequence of the South had generally declared that it did you find to be the most earnest ad- The action of the Whig Convention is I serves him in his last issue. What out I

K -I, t. 't. Such HS Wla Gea Pierce's course in 1838 it has been his course o the compromise question, a committee would none but such a candidate.", vocates of Scott's nomination ? peculiarly gratifying to me, and places me

'I ; since, and not a word, nor thought from him can be of demot was ia New Hampshire headed -Page IUppr. A._" Here on this floor (Congress) we find under renewed and greatly increased obligations North Carolina Eleotion.PF.1'JR8I1no. coontietof
re J3.-14 all but eleven
,' .' produced going to show the contrary. It it on this by Frank Pierce, who waited upon him i Boston and Q.-Who did believe that gentlemen most conspicuous for opposition to tho Whig p:1rt'Add, The) North Carotin Aug.the rote stands Reid, Dem S43U.
ground mainly, of hi* opposition to agitating the you t b responsible t of State has '
Whig decided '
quos- in behalf of the people of New Hampshire, invited to tho party my to sustain Kerr Whig (Reid's majority ,'i81. **
t ionof.I&rnyMtheDit4etsfCulwnbiaandofagittiog for the failure of the Northern Whig to, Compromise, especially the Fugitive him Gen. Scott and I
( will
> him return hit native State,remarking that when party ,) acquiesce I gain 861. .
: the question eeaamlly, that be is ao bitterly tbe whigs t of t deserted him the democracy stand up t the Compromise! ,Slave Law-gentlemen who left the first that decision." In the Senate, Democratic majority will be 5lt:7
denounced and traduced Uw infamous ab-- M&UU Whig because it In the House of Commons so far M whig **1 .
ppoMd, by A.C caucus endorsed the Compromise
of New Hampshire would rally t hid defence 1 11 believe Southern gentlemen are Here, now, is a most thorough confession Democrats we elected leaving nine counties eltd
Hitioo team of the North, who find ready believers Such a instance of devoted friendship and disinter responsible, who have shown a willingness to and others who think with them, are of acquiescence-tho( Sentinel add he ten members to be heard from. These will probabhi
cM b&ckm i ia the corrupt party of the Sooth, may givinf '
prets the choose eight whigs and two democrats
_Ud admiration for most earnest advocates of Scott's
a powerful political abandon nomi.nation.Page
Mr. Fillmore and
; in of Mr.Cabell (ppoent. other Northern acquiesces because he cannot help himself- in the House and causing a bo
I J "> h0508 editor, lugnage are rcdy is U jars it worthy of the highest praitt. whig eight majority
i 5. ,
f t.; ; .4"lamfite tbir primipltt and their country for flirt.V;, -fimjor-to A.$' *4ei'zbipf-t'osvh pttikits sWrbstci patriots like him for one who will not publicly because he cannot resist.) If the effect of joint ballot. -

i J; tUt Jl.Jtm"hDnt'nti.i' .- 1 ind Fierce. I I iad I ocate the'domcbtic policy of (the present Q.-But supposing there was no doubt as Gen. Scott' clection would be the same as ITThe widow of C'. Tajlvr is Jt'aJ.S.

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4i-- Col. Qadsden. agency, with a publication which I read with How he Argues I I-Pact ftgainit Theory. rewt7-d. .nd be omivnccd ailcr&aiJ that Lc did not I I fipcctally as some of the advocate of Webatcr' nomination Hard Scrabble for Sale.

icdgtd!! by Gen. Scott's apo- great regret, and which in a private letter at Our Scott cotcmporary again gives it as hi* opinion come c.lf quite kcolt-tf e. WttcYlv denounced Gen. Scott's nominitiun PIlE aubscr.ipr >ff.T9 f r sate the following descri- 4

order 'No 4B wlnc1' the lime, lo Maj. Gen. Scott, I condemned as that the Pollutions of'93 declare the Fugitive Slave 1.espeetM1y .TMir*. particularly the New York Courier which said : 1 bed and raluablp1 propcrtr. vial Tlw Plimtationrtnown
iihtth faflOU5 > fliL BLUNT. M the McRn ptaee. **"wrlT xwupilLr
of Florida uncalled for, ill advised, aud unnecessary. 1 1am Law null and void. Well, 6appo such u liis opinion "To the South we must emphatically point the fin Capt. L Engle.! containing 880 acre of land. of which 1

Dcfd Je elTtrre po'puIaton still further at loss (not in penetrating the -d.>es that make it so t Our neigblior too believes One of the Witnesses ger of scorn, and deliberately pronounce them traitor ; about 3 or 4 hundred Imc been cultivated and pro.

vituperative and contemptuous motive, for that is clear enough to my percep- ; it to be unconstitutional to refuse to receive abolition We find the fjllovinj letter from fagg, the abolition we have for Tears f.night with them side by side to dace* well Com. Cotton. Tobacw. ACL The Planta- < I
BM and confirm the Union and
** information; furnish- lion) but reconcile to to long conceived support theirInstituti-ms tiou. adjoining: tin aWe, wrHrecii* I how resid*. con- i
of the
my Democrat
31ssued upon petition? but does his editor InJepeudcnt published Icii' Jitdtx like betrayed
-r" opinion make it so Dut, says Mow, in the hour of trial, Itirit ', ; taininf 680 acres, s >me 200 of winch w Rood hami i
Cot JsmcS| Gadsden, mid the attempt ideas propriety and confidence, the Unaccountable )h", the Free Softer* also believe in this interpretation !1'DJ iu the last, Florida Sentinel : vs ; thy harr voluntarily told Ihtirbhthr. work a3d a>oat 200 acres cleared K the balance woodland .

to fhifl the oditttn of that or00iGen. proceeding of making the con th<>y ? Well is that a reason x hy the Democratic | COXO-UP, NEW HAMPSHIRE, ) .* *', through their b'olcrr*-Maiignm. Stanley. Bolts cf lair quality, and produces t'ery dl. On the
.ade tents of letters the C & Co aiii to thier ene-tes. lit: neard .
private subject matter of Juty2Il8l. gone IWT goud Oin House. sIso DweUiiuf and
are a
him. But Col. Gads- party, 'with Mr. Ciibdl thrown in, thould nut l Mieve'] board the authors of premises
"fon. thrown
Scott to public animadversion, or of perverting and Sm : The extract fiom the "Norfolk Herald," to d: Co. : they have over other buildings, and a splendid site AT a Saw ilill. ona
othemise ? If il i
we had letter the C titulion the the defenders of the Union, and
plth this in The aboremcnUotK'd lie on>
branded attempt misinterpreting, for jnrlicular effect which von allude, pjrporting to give an extract from good stream property
surt of Northern fuiiaticipin
BW line* which espiesMOIIS into the fire-for if the fact of a different: in-j (;Jen. Pierce's f-pcech in relation to the fugitive slave I winding amund them the serpent Coil both sides of Sugar Creek-, between one and twp mile
will lie ECOfl by the may have escaped in the confidencc they have formed the vilest coalition that il
tcipretation being placed thote I ani of the remarks of time Lower Mineral Spring and seven mile from
upon resolutionby the l.iw, i* pinuiiic a true transcript
**.,;3letter that publish- of unreserved private correspondence. has ever seeu the light ; they have taken to their bo County Site of Hani il too Also '
from gentleman free-Boilers is = he male in New IV ton, and elsewhere, la .t winter. Jasper the County.
a rer on fchy they to be
ought rejected lulled them to
has ,
I do not make these comments, however, to Tin in lyIes1un.n'yrhii sums a viper, who, Whiefl he sleep 1 60 acre is offered near the heat Falls of the Su-
floridian of the 2ftth January, 1S37.CJ fhield by a parity of reasoning the Constitution ought, a1o tojbe !,OU willjri'I rtrijifd afurjayi will sting them to lentiL 11W/, non' l/en let ih'tn suitable she fuf cf '
tbo myself from the responsibility of the raiinut if inftfaclifJ. 1 understand that affidavits wannee River a machinery any
| | trttl }IS, as xvJll readily aj'pear lo any letters I may have addressed to Mnj. Gen. rejected-and why ? Because the free-augers" in- have been nude by n large number of as rnpec- retch them tlnir to nftffuyiliafx Sewaid he in ;thfir iflh'y nelnoieliJtjfd nerd any help matter.e re-. kind that water power can dri r. This httUr men- -

for moment Gen. Scott but tir[>rct it differently from us of the &;uth Isn't the table men as live n this State, fully sustaining that frr* eandidate. tinned Lind i is about 5 miles E* t of the White Sul-
a in another
reflect having instance loaned \ do but have
; vill ; no my the can no more, we can fine report for invalid where
wlo clear Let j report and slwiwinglltat Jen. Pierce expressed phur Spring", a summer
thing us state the t.t-
; ease
l lilni Jllolie> is responsible' for thegIics i sanction to the subject matter of the orderNo. same jnnions on rvthan one occasion. These affidavits I offer two improved Lot*, one of which baa tolerable
tl The Free Soilers interpret the Resolutions, of 9 t
"" that document. No 18, I repudiate insinuations that any thing will be published in a few days. comfortable building on it, and w now occupied by .
? i"
coataincd I may have communicated to that ofiiccr can favor certain sectional \ Jews-thcrffoic theyfrhould be I Irejected. Your te.OKO. C The Floridian has not intimated whether our Dr. Knight, to whom I tAke pleasure in referring iwy
member of his staff informed HutThcFiee G. FOfifi, vrpicionn are or not well founded that the Central person who may with to examine the property last ,
be allfdged as n justification of the denunciations Hallet di L at iU
0jjferery Ed. Independent Democrat." Denrxratic Committee under me.ntinnt'iL Also 41) acres of land in Columbia County -
Oj flie existed of a panic among thewi' against the People of Florida which S'>iUrs ali'ti interpret the Constitution to Jv*. R. JOSES, F.sq.. Ed.'iiton, N. C.TliH meeting Iwt January, throw out s-xntrvrigtftive hints within half a mile *f the Lovcvf Mineral Spring a .

such information, even if true, could were indulged in. Standing in the relation favor c-t itnin sectional views-therefore it should be rejected man, J"'v'T, i is one (,the principal witnesses against to the party in this and other States iu reference to desirable place for a summer residence.! Alamo with I

which I lid to the General 1 1j their Patfonns.-Sentinel. the 6SO acre place, I would sell a han t i base and unfeeling commanding Mr. Foss"
authorised so an Gen. Pierce to the Uev. \tr-
4liave j felt bound the last to inform him of Magnificent reasoning !worthy the organ of a party prove Although the above is nothing more than a piece of Cattle and Hog Hc-re Mules,, A-c., and make the .
; 1 and it is indeed spring, ion of his New 15.' tou Bjvech. Nuw we want the if si-cured.
the people puKntV.be 4' payments r a yr
i. upon facts and events which under ob- whose candidate] baa a padlock on hi" lips and impertinence, we answer our ques- -
author of the slander and in1ti1portv j sen-ation and \\hichil came my bis principles in Scward'p brecchcF pocket !* j peoj le of the State to mink this-and then we want ion by simply saying that his "suspicions" are not II. C. PURVIANCE.
fIfl uu7.n!> j was important should them to note veil the following language which tliia Hamilton Co Fla., August !'il, 1852. 33 Sm
fn,<' *'<'k t" screen him at the exofotkrs. be Known to one charged with the protection Now the great question in,--How des the Demo- well founded.
Fogy, wh' i< here paraded in the Florida Ffntirifl MIR & CO.
erntic these icsolutiom (The above was intended fr la't weeks floridian ,
Gen. Scott wai, commanderjfF4ie of the country ; and having communicated party iuUiprit ? Let the party
to the world! again Oen. Taylor, in the Herehanlr
published Central Commission and Forwarding 1
but omitted
but what speak !- i was inadvertently.) ;
nothing be sustained
can now
tro/f/ :1e order 1hnc1f-bal/ it by I------ :.t__ IQil' ..
< | melancholy and palpable evidences ofabau- Rfolfd, That the 1 f>r >poinrf; proposition i eovcrs. I Innd (oIum.I' en HW iniamous- juiper wi i/cceiiioer, iotu."Jit .1Vo. I I 3 Tihonpitontai *.'.. Yew Orleans.
"The Rev. Mr. Foss.
under his own rye and touted it off( boned habitations and deserted fields in was intended 1<) embrace the whole pnbjt oft rair lOlii'Rfer the marlrl, and mates mrrc'laiidi :: offer their services to their
vr2 mvj lie liai Itvndrnl ino- The revelations we promised, cm the authority of a RESPECTFULLY 4
*' flflinfrllme in fin.
in flatter
courier without consulting j 4 slavery ablation eonpresa, and therefore the IVrno- public generally and ,
],j, own j immediate neighborhood. The gratuitous j riti: party: of the Union' ftandin:? up'm this national furs, with or wtfli'jiit tti'ir l.'ibi**. for Baffin tlifthmiilufs. citizen of this place, with; respect t> the above individual themselves that, by strict attention to basim-sa. they .

ejeT Gov. Call or Col. Gadsdcn,, or general, and sweeping interpretation of Col. pbit(' rm. will abide by and adhere t<' a f.iithful execution -! HtfurnitSir* Creole riryinvfor the hi-lli are withheld for the present. (Jen. Pierce's letter \u'l i l In able to give satisfaction tu, all I hio may nng. -

iag them of the out rugous and White, and the Baltimore correspondent, to of the aet known as the compromise meaeures, I (y.'rir Orltinii, and riot un the"* ruin vfxuuhfurtflioii contradicting the vile calumny ia of itself sufficient to PRODUCE or MERCHANDISE to them,either '
settled the hist the net fur the reclaim. thr J/ja of Sin rws (//<'/
the injury of the whole People of Floiida, by confess- fin- sale or shipment.
3ou6 use be was tnakingof infoimationrtfj 1 altogether reject. in of fugitives frnm service or labor iripln'bil] l. vnrh Such Ia the coarse and beastly terms employed by open the eyes of the people to the con.-piraey entered All order for the purchase of goods, strictly anti '

: lie aficnv.itds: alleged came from thorn. I JAMES GADSDEN.; art l einj
j the rnnrtitntiiin, cannot with Jidt-litif thfretn. Ifnjica1'"i ; and his infamous calumnies and vile Rev." slanderer is on? of the low est species of ab 'litionLsts Lilicral advance mad on consignment* of COT- '
the ; it is an intuit to the Taylor, yet
caw, l lo its cffici.wy. NAVAL WESTERN
bcing or so clwng ns destroy or impair TON.TO BA000. STuKES.or
of man, now
1 enfcP e\ery C 41. Gadsik-n should bet 1 The S
4: .1ov. Call or a u and ueieuacr 01 me ngius that he is attached to a gang of thieves whose ehiefbu New Orlean, Arerut 11, lS.r 2. r 6m f
, r. the rcsululi'iiis aile g11ltY' rntfies vllile C'cn' Scolt i I the hulijet whh a jcrtiiiaity >\hifli jB quite ;;; :;;. ;; t 1 ous and iiitend.tl f.ir political >n et. The I). nioeriitic i of the South He promi es affidavits-was it ever "iue 8 it is to run negroes into Canad.u Our informant DENTISTRY.

IfS tVicyatted of .ill 'hshatit. if not divi.: Oac we k it i eha>.hi>B from the \V,uhirigton -:, j nrty rtinrfnJ tl.. Fugitive Slave 1/iw-Klyhtyfirr Itevond the powerofmiaboliti-itii- ti.' prove anything a- is a whig and opj>ied to Gen. Pieice. R. \\'. VT. GAIOR: late from Mit-

fc for us, we 1itt' "0|
\\hi-m rfcrc rr.iiiit the S'-uthor against th" e who stand 1 bv the South' OHIO AND INDIANA.-'Hie Lafayette (Indiana .p' con. fJo., and rmerly front New

' -. ba< Gw. fJt intrnfal to insult the tlieXiw llamjiihiiedoii') .rii.V Jm c IH <-tarridwiUi from the North-while bat tirnty-virnVlii", only I)i.utitkss he e.-l<} have fmnd nf-peetable nit n" ) Journal, n whig* pap.r, says : York City rcspt-ttfuliy begs leave to

icbt the some Mick" Unit wvs dnul.ed on "all the whigs in his order. An exjmiiiauonoflk 1 i >mitre !Is.diaiia trill enfnr Pierce, without doubt ;
Tenitory -
n"le' of Ae the middle and >"wtlitrn Mates" in Ife4*-then it parades against it No fear that nfler nvikn att.'icku: (;Ji-n. Twylcr. Who doubts it ? An I country that he has now located permanently in Titi-llaluwse ,
\ *nrn irill Ohio. We look-ont for
) fO must keep a the the
rcconls of that day **. and can l>e f>und for pm-cnt At
puMic tin-4' Jv. Nr. r *i>" and Fogj and C.; odactpiivo ] <> a'cditK'nl-t' will steal and think b* i is doing '
the Jaw and passing it ag.iiiist the almost unnnimous your negro Kentucky-slip, too, is on the fence. What Planters Hotel where he trtidtr* hu jjn>flfnal ser
: one that Mirh an opinion is tluit Uje h'-arl of Frank Tieicc revolts at slave G1 l strviee-would ie hesitate at perjury if he was him with their ".
ill tttisfv any: j jwranteilj vote of the Northern Whi s, we will slultifv our elvej.i time and money you have to devote to the eIvrtion vices to all who may favor pntrnna.1k. *

t1t< fa< call the attention nf the public t< hi*

., h alniust] 1 1IQ f\hHni-tv it ri'tuuiA tn the peustless tlanij alx.ut in- whokiutitr.tiou? Not he.-Onc of the cardinal precepts ea-y and superior manner of iiierting Teeth which :
tm.c. Ht dy flrrriW wt every body i passage, it has been sustained by the Ilvniocratici where we have nothing to expect has had! it* trial in the better jx-rtirin. wf the Southern

rhf country-had become disgusted 1 with the | tcr\cuti in and bhakec ]KcpviithVold] woni-out Ii ior-s] jiarty. In almost every Htate the j-arty threw itself of the her-Liw s<:buol j i9 thiit the end justSjie. country, and Lv those who K-.ir tc'timonv ti, that

with us much gravity as though they in reality oou- i into the breach and battled f>r it Frank Pierce tlie means," and if by theft or perjury tl.ey c.tu accomjililiii. Appointments of Mr. Maxwell.Mr. Augu'utl4Th32. C2 tf S
returned the i
/Vff/mwVwwhoAslioailily( dis-j' 1.tiit.1 l Romfthing Kt-ides! the gammon wiJi which our night the glorious battle 111 New Hampshire while 5ijiiry la the sl.ne system they founder Maxwell, Democratic Candidate for Congress, 'S..

post-and tf"1! pen.le; pftu-rally, including, )lity n'-ijrhbor Jin* Muft\-l UU-DI. Hut it is of no ue.Tlxpeojile the Ff>itii
\\e lelii.'Vi t', all or nearly all
connected with the Teriitory, donsndod ofTthe tw oit. 11i<-\ mil look into Scott's merit' law to rally under liii name! While Pierce wa.* of a eiazy man as in the assertions though backed by At Ohf:<>n, Tuesday, August 24 of hair ju-t back of the f..r: l lem. If lie

Lis recall in lsn ruago by no means'fjUeriii -they will inquire in lo wh.it extent he Iia.i been tippling i : ; with AtfooJ J ffy and (ruvjilc, Sewrrd a thousand! oaths, of al*>ritioii-U ou any qucr.tiun af.feeting At TVilville Wednesday, Avga-t 23. i-u not taken away. he will be ?old! under tha laws of

'.rsr.l: )t.!/.'virJ a,,/.isji.Fuirr.c'awl Jill theliuni-I siized on Gen. Scott, as the warrior Poizes hi brittle the right? of time South.i At Ja p T, Thursday, August CO. said city. JOHN W1LSO '
to his: \anity, of which it is uotoriCBK 11 IS.2. 32 tf MiJinL
; 1 I'lifxgin ories in the world will ri"t J'rc ( nt them fn.ni i I axe: and with one stroke clove to the brain Fillmore i The following paragraph from a late number of the At White Spring*, Friday, Aucu 27. August City

; lie has more than a full share. Smarting inakm<; a close PCIutiny into the known iund* uta ofhi and! WtlUr!-It i i' ratl.r t"> late in the day f'-r the New Y'.:k Al/yrr*, a warm C'>ii., .rvat5ve w-Liij paper EAST OF THE SCWAXXEE tAt Steam Steam Steam S

tnder In* own: difgiaccful failure, and this i Iat lif<-."-All 'ur neighli"r has ift say iu hU List Scott organ t.i 1 be raiding: its fblc cry rgaiikt the of L hih; character, i i-' '!1 point h'-re : Aliga'-, Saturday, August 2S. rplIE subscriber will sell at AUCTION on MON- *

I audible dissatisfaction of the people, be scizeJrj'Oa jtajxr t-u the rujict j <-f Intel'titi"n! and the Deuioiati I. Ioni'"Talic jarty suiJ the Fugitive Slave L-iw. If it | The Portland ( 'ii.! .) ( Iisisliiri Mirror eoit.iin an I5jrbcr Monday[ CO.; J. DAY.th 3th day of NOVEMP.ER next. hSTEAM'SAW
excellent ar'.i'-lc tror.i the Uev. John ( YFi'ke. of l.ithMc 15nin.lv Prnneli. Tuesday, SI.Xrf'au and GRIST wtuated the < *
the to them I'Mty': i is tLiJiiil Ii i the ground 1 by the Al.il unn want to put an argument in tli<* ti'utL of the Free- .
rt t
jirfU-xl pour upon ., the object of vhHi} wi. lo .itidieatf hiin*<.lf fromit : Court JL, Wednesday, SeptY. 1.Jackiont Plank Road six miles from Newport, consisting of ft S ;
(vtr liis own official signature, a tirade of a- Journal in the full w in paragiaph from that pnpir .Si'iWs cg.iin't that law, kt if io so openly ant I the iepr.':.ches of tlieabt'Iitioiii.-U and t their c.nfed S
of th} <> 14th ult The Journal i is the leading Scott rgan witliou! btiiind which ndlie-iosi it ut St Aujjii-llne: M"iidav. C.Palatka. '
; *j\e-bfiard, meakitig a J rty ates, i'ii need :nt of hi* to the const 'napiovi upright haws-two circular saw mill w ith forty eight S
hsfsnd caluti.ny unparallod in the annals Jn ALbamn l but it t ha* tnui'h *clf re r-et 1u for the surrenderor fu. itiie s-lavis.: The ed "Wednesday, ". S. inch saw oiif circular cro s cut and one lathing saw I

fifbilin! jratc. He did not conn' ne his tlancfntopaiticuiar fallow inthc footttijis of its leas tcrujtulou? cuadjut&ir s'ilers.Vc will ha\e none of it.-1 interpretations. itor cajs, "HV (Mr. Ouike) lint truly l leii loaded Orange Spring, ThurvLiy, i -one tr.i4t mill, capable of trrindinv :;(0 bushels of iwin..1
I I with uniuiensur.-ul| hbu-ie aud rei roach fr almost a Ocala Saturday. 11.Snrsriric n..r i.h0.t .Vr.nrl.. .. lOn.i.it.. --... vn.nv.. .. .nnl. in tTsa. 'it.
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quarters or distiictp, but incfj ; i1..1. of the Floridian & Journal. year and a l I.lf, and nut pubihed! a word in his Tanipa, Wedne..Ja'r, 13.T1urs.Liv ;r1,1i---: ; :: :
All thi-i jc. >f en're lo make rap'bil out <>f Herman Correspondence defense till thit." Wliat who has I' 16.1t.rnanulo .
w >\ >ii5g as-s( rtion, he denounced the own public man, Will be sold at the same time and place, tools cf
I vote; in .Mobile on the Jicfjttircdca that tlif dininrralif JACKSON (Curxrv, August 7, Ibo2. \entiired to assert that this solemn covenant, enterci C. IL, Satnrh.v, 1$. every description-Cart< Oxen, Wagons, Horses, au4
( !rcEkla1wn, narrating pretended facts pails i in furor of inlfrtuntinn. Now, tin- Per Sir-The. Whiss of Jacks C.mnty held a into )by our fathers in l.half of thein elvc and their }'lemitigton, iL'11P4.lay, 21.Micnniipy. twenty No. 1 Mule

iich went to establish the plain charge of i Hcyittir know* that tl'f' dmiocrntlt party, a- well asj I ((3..n\eiiti i'n 1. .-dav f.r the nomination of Legwl.it; ive jw-t'Tity. and ratifiotl by every succeeding generation W&-Jues lam 22.Newnansville Term*, eu"h. or Northern acceptances at sight, aton :
I j all thtr> in this $Late, hrc itnanitnouliojijmxid to 1 candMiit, wfrtLpauied l y a lUrUvuc to d.l.) Ward not excepting the pre -ut. ought to be fulfilled in its Fritrty. 24. time, with interest added. S
.. fowrdice in tlieiu, and accompanying the \\tfiifiincviittitittiotin! inttn eitlian in tli" aJLiirs ofi and Major I'i'ilev. A s>'.i<>ni; :uiti->>eott feeling exl,t* true extent and meaning lets ituut been bnuided by ev New River, Saturday. 23.A J. L. TOMPKIXS.Amjrct '

riTJtion with every species of epithet, in orflfTtkit i foreign nation*, sind that n/ ;>orfy in the countrv among 7 the !r1aLc }Lire, that cviii th" rigid drill nndijijijiline I cry epithet in the dialect of billi'ig ate, as if' t>eacifiyfulrtiOi 7,1S52. SI lit S
I' dares avow it excv14] the ith1ier )l.tw abolitionist" ; <.f the dit toiial leaders of the Whig party >J. andpirjiirif Lftuntt c.vtlmial rn- .ii 0 SP. Woxrrn!Important,I t. lJ>ir jj Macon Telejjraph and S.irannnh Georsmn 'ei1
tin world! might know his utter con- 1 this Sitte the icnoeratk /uuhv its this C'iI't This fvtliii xvuo dotl"ped -, in the ct'Jt nli and tLcr J. S The
In < jiaily, as f of (.i.iiy MijipicnAi tues nf uljliiittii a. cj.fM> 1.fIac.-Pr loughton'-- Pepsin. True Digestive copy until 1st November, and tend bilLs to advertiser i
1a1pt fur sicu A rorri. \TION" and for I voles in the I Mature-i* iJii.itiinvu.-ly jifiinr-t{ the I i \ in the Cement Km t '-
iiitt ''doctrine. The hfsfixtt rv% ilJ n-ember that the n.mjluti I i the Hon. N. A. Long an avovxe'J :inti-S misconduct! That be intended the in- :
fit.-that: t he rcrant to brand our people with :n.a1IIn')11.y were isti wlucei] by H lein \\" .) fl.1'l thf1 whjoll) j Jiil'-'ed I tlif; }i ji'U -c M. reiV.Twii : ninaiiiKr.. pliil.; wardice-is dear from die facts in the and n. l\i>cu\it\\ )by! a :M i..t bil.j deioi crat, (I PiiceWilljaui lii. ti'iiV tt' l.iiii, and si.I I he v ud! Hilv ac-ct pt the the solemn c' \ enant" and j in IK.ing "branded I by tv- I Jaundice. Liver Corn1daiiut,'a-tipation amid Debility, !Is. Madison County, Florida, on the '-

tw, and the more these facts arc examined, *,) mid T. i -.-ditli oily one diiin! vote.in | !,'oiiiiiiiitii with that di-timt ux1dvrbtanJ'ng-tu \\LJc.. cry epith. I iu the dialect <'f billinic! .;ate." The al>iLeof curing after nature own mi thin], by natures own with 9th in L, a arnall dark chesnut serrel Horse
white fore foot small white ttreak hi1
on? -a in *
(: TI') l 10 ejL.id: 4t 1J ii4iTfere no objetioi] wnp made.A airi-nt. the Ga tric Jnict Pa* hlet ,
Le uIIzI e.-s JI' such a tri >. ia such a cause, is a bright wicath iu ij> cmitaining: -
Rrotr is the comiction that the whole face-his nose twi-ted, and a white speck in one of
tJi" iJi'.ur ofth ofljtr naticii: *. Swh flCtjjft LiI itt i the CoiAenlion adjfiimfd. the jv--plc were entif.c evidence; of its value, fiinii-hed by agents grait .
}his i of his Ten dollars reward wilt be Jt> the
f m tits premeditated. Long before his or- ]irohbileil: bv the C .nJtutiuii. :md if v.tid.. ;vzi, a1re-c'1 by l-tj.r Jlnley, the Why Llcctor, wh ehsj'let rcaivsn. :*. See notice among advertu--rzmnt. eye* piren r S
would = fdiiv iji\<>l\ ,. the Jehtructk of the 1 <-ont' nded that th" n big 1'titf.rui on the ul.a.ct of ._ Hor e. or ?5 for any i'ifum-i-at'n tEat leads to his recovery
$ fa appeared, he had announced that no mtnz's t f tor. THE FTSiKIMXV A JOIUVAI and 20( will Kjjiven fr the thief if lodi -din ; .
lie.-AlalfVtna .Jjuri II!. July J4. I .State Iii htsraslK..lit r tljin the denio>Tatie. l ljciiis I
3ff.Kl.tor :-" Obscrx er," in the last issue of the Bagging Bagging any jail, with proof that *ill convict him of the .
iu the form ] at- f.r
resolution why .at 1
nr irc* fffr amonq rucJi win (meaning the Thi tolls the Hii'ple truth. No party in this tlmt : j j prMi'j DEAN.
T. R.
tlic |iTffrMiti 'U! of the t'Htituti"ml riclits (>f the 'Sentinel,** h undet taking to give an ace.nitit of the ') r i' PIECES Onnny Fagging, crime.
.j \ flurita'Iuritccr!! ?,) and nil that was lacking country L; in favr-r
+ to complete the infamy of the (ulirc jMpvla- abo1itiinits"-ar4 there i i5 no irurc fear that cither to l.ilx of wart of str'ze.rih and j iwer in then SO Dundee" -'
Me =rs. Ward fc Maxwell, has dune great injustice to For sale low bv Groceries, A.C. .
- j a whiff; rrd<-moi'ratjc ndmiui.-trati wil go uiTcmsucli i (;(- ( r14 (;i -niinentt//> take care ui itcelf reminded us -
*"*! so fir at least as Gen.; .Scott could renderiem Mill very f ir'-iblv <'f the old federal fears of AlrxaiklerI the latter gentleman in making the follow int? tutenn.ntin HEIR i HUST.Ancr. UST received per Schooner Tallahassee from ie'
a ri.iieu1'tis (ha-c. than there i-* that r'iI4'y J
infamous, was a general panic" i I!aii.il>on. In theye da% ', iii >-t p< rsous think the reference to the marks of tliat gentleman, uz : As _. 21.. I"- S3; Orleans
I ft"p ltttin ( oil the wl.ig puitformor tlut ho.ttwill (niural (Joveinment a little too strong and the only he Maxwell wand-Ted out of his -- 10,000? ponndIIam', Fides and Shonlderi,
& basis for Order -IS ( was expected ( : ) vr.ny
: withdraw his priix-iplis fri.ni S ward's brfetLef tatioiiiJ ajij,i' itoriMon i is that in course of time it will Bale Rope. 1C> barrels Mess Fork, S

How tic people whom he thus basely tranced i Ts3clc1i-n.t a vhiL So far as (5< n. Pierce is concerned ( ahsiirh and t'.vall'w up the right* < f th Sta;< two or three time, to praise and! abuse the Hon. E. C. f f\C\ COILS boat quality Rate Rope, T.5: FlouK: S
I that th eouM not i-eTt CaWl as suited his eu'yivciieuec"Now -LUU MIac S
I am sorrv to say k Major For 6ul ? bv"HEIR 10 .
can mar give him their suffrages ;- all the"I ttert--t anti-intor vent ion States"vrillgo
- the te'iiptjti to nix-at the New 11ton ealumny a I a;*crt that Mr. Maxwell made no remark & RUST. 2 Lard,
p1.: MITlien his ambition is to be gratified inuchvatioa j fir him end must cii'rol bis ailmiMFtratinn. !!t.* I train't (Jen. IVrw. Tliat slander ha* Ix-en so fully re- whi'-h could be tortured into dijiriiyrmt-nt, much Aug. 21,1852. S3 I5kez i 5

i will; get the vote of the entire South. Mr. Culjell l*>ing (:it.l as to leave novvu ", it #etni to me,for candor 2: ca>k* Rice. S
to the Presidency by the assisof le abuse" of hi* politicjil oncnt and I undertake
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ath'ritv-tuul the Soutli, it is wtll known, i h dad a- 1 <>r /.uni'">s even U allude to it. l ut whiir-. find so litll Bagging Twine. 2 botea Iirmn1' S
3ee the very people for \\hom he had no I 1" to Fay azuhr't IJen. I'ierf, that they relinquish to say that no Whi.* trA, i is entitled to a rote in COILS Tvil-.e. P.F.RRY &! ROWLES. Auctionccrp, Lc. '
1okiii t.wartLi Iiiixit 1 HO Bagging
garst uiivtLitg 'nr JAOJIlC
Ie.iiug in the hour of their deepest sorrow ; up witli I STcat reluctance: thi-i I precious pifc ..f ( mdnl ; Go.Ld.-a county, would rik his reputation f-r xera 1UU For sale! by July 31, 1S52. 1)S
with ) TLe fet \\n the
Kuri'peui ''juaiicl ? \'i-hig- I believe did. thai
they as Major Fir-ley
and wJun cay I ''ity, by so reckless a miir<..prtentati"n f-f fact-*.- HEIR i- RUST.Aug. '
ad gloom ; at whose suflVrings he sneered ton H'jnjlJlc well wiys. the ii<.iuiiu.tii'ii of (;<.!!. 3 J'ir eis : th<.v i ha\ c in I seen rt butting testimony going t<> prove 21,1 So 2. 33 Land Warrants.

d iat whose fears he mocked while safe in a death blow to Young Aim-rica. If the Anviian tLe'charge faihe we arc reminded of the <>ldd<>g iel, It may very well eimp-rt with the rt/ic.i of Ober- :.__ ------_ _ I.W.tRRANTS anU-d, f' which the highe '

JJ 'juarters at St. Augustine-we ho\v. \ liilerveitioni sijip rt him, they have to rarr-in t I llio e convinced agaiu their will, ; \cr" that"" the high h toned gentleman and the honest Salt.onn p..) t cash price will l>e paid.! AdJre-'s nm S
say ; Are c-f tT'UJ same opiuion sti1 .** politician, should indulge in the fcabu.e"f au absent SACKS in fine ord personally at Madison.Florida,or call on the Clerku tuf
| doit-Lc is the HitUjxidob'of Vom America <-r.
tj'COjiIe' can now give him their votes, pas.. very C.-n. Milton followed in a very able and strong eonipttitor. but he may yet live to learn that /UU; fursaleby the Court in the following Counties. TIZ: Leon Jerferon. -

Hour comprehension. can readily nn-. | :uid( it U about as boptlcFsan attempt t/> pro\e. the reverse -I FTWMvh.; of an hoi1/ and a lialf. lie defended (Jen
| as il is to make: lain out an hbcliUoiiist! 011 tlie |'i<-r/><. from nil t'je Charges made ugaint him. and current in the latitude of ?. 21, 152. S3 Gad-den. DAVID L. WHITE, Jr. I
er.and the reason why the oflico-beggars;1 authority of Top; or the "Ilev. >Tr. 1Ci t pniied broadside rijxin Immd-ide into the Soott ites. .* _ _ JuV 24, 1552. 29 it .'. |

C office-holders support him-77 i Some fT our o item jxirarieR are already! builijing thorough nnd complete. The (JcmrnlVfKH Piano Fortes for Sale.
Thtn'ho would saciiflco their fot4rtj rout" wa Hard Pushed for Objections. MilncribtT, living in Hamilton CoTmtv, Middle
l're iiK'Ulial J'vianiid We will try baud lie followed pV
> at 'ti
our - Florida the Lower Mineral
\ r.d their country for the emoluments] ; it :- I ( Ward. who. Vith a ort of universal charity, entered The Scott pi ess in Florida are hard up for object I.IIM saK280 ,acres n+ar of land Saw Springs.and nffr4fur GristMills \ reasonable terms valuable and elegant Piano
dcfvtiec "f Mr. CaU-11 who lias Ix-en, to Jen.. Pierce. The last one they have Ftum- including a 6
'1'.te-4ut honest hCOTrPT1Lt4IP. fin-tiuto n : and in Fortos and 1 octaves Firth and Ptmd'a manufacture -
how There
the people, who recently put up. IMW operation
fiiaking .cL M, and is t-till by circulating tlicm) that he 1 is in-trumenU of tone .
by Fpe bled upfin i' opposed to extravagant appropriations H alo Kdjoinuur. the ahoi, iuid subject to entry at very superior
Mac of the spoils after the victory shall o cTliat's doing all h<-- can to destroy teottd Cabell prIrpte'. After of the public money for improvements in the Government price, u great quantity of well timbered July 24. 1862. 29! tf
defeucc f'-r the C.ilonclent4
3re ken wcn i, can give him their voices, i is making>rd the a pretty li-ti for good Scott, and tVaH some st-nit blows I, States. In proof they point to his votes while in Congress lands. Any jierson H' .iroua of purchasing, would do Attachment. .5
well to call and examine
utJdamystery.i The lash was applied tohrir for )him
-lacltB__-they constituted the men a- long willed ou the people to vote J'T candidates whose further pn'-sed the HOUWJ of llpre eutativcs, ntul infer that August 21, 1852. 33 2m 'R. V JL terwtetl are hereby notified ofEmilv
I ot.inious were wilnovn. Tliey nnw go f-U-p l'resident he would iuteniose the Devone. I I the commencement of thU suit.
if be were veto to returnable -
ain vJiomno nat'sioior safe" all the know how to erect SoottPyrunriid : ; vote f Sr c.mddutcs whise u-
was -Uioy way we n and ihi them to Leon Female to Justice's Court to be held at Tallahas
Academy. a
," with the lujulHT at uailabULfiiun -.- ailtn IVi-r In Humbug arrest such leg:>lation. Well, gentleman, if he should S
made prchtut pinions are tf. j jIV
the \\Lo from see on thu second Monday (the 8th) of Novembfer next
tip population ran next of Leon Female
1kinoe at. Mariwiua Whig of to-day have--"Wo think it would prove him the very man of all others f.-r the THE session Academy under

'WHt4" and \\Iio saw an Indian in every i i Our Nw llainp hire c/itf mpfirary must have been Judge Hroonle) might as well eoriio clown. We can- station. The late bill was voted against by the Whig charge of the Kev. P. TELLER BABBIT'I'. and Given to appear under and plead hand and to the seal.same.this lfith July, 1&57,
A. M. will my S
of fireiiters in Principal, commence on Wednesday the
' lushrBt can they forget these thingt, reading Mr. CaVll's spewai, f >r the nl>ove isMr.C's. tit the bear We t of, fiUinding even n corporal's up for his guard secession notion"." It member from this St.ate--and why Because, says 1st day of September. Th?* Shi oI is designed tofuniifh DONALD CAMERON, [SWL.] S

zd tote for their insulter .' Never J "Pyramid," and nothing nlx,rtcr. Vermont, the maybe true, that the editor of the Whig IMW not the Sentinel, the whig organ, he considered it iinjiul.Ah time opportunity for a thorough and elegant 23, 1852. Justice 2tf of the 8mlamonia Peace.Ttily' .

I fctar that ucver sctc," is the only State: }> > givej. to 41 hem d of a rj.iralV guard of fire-eater fitiuvlinir njr say you so ? Tlieu shall not Gen. Pierce have education.

[From the Fl-iridiaa, Januury 28, 1637.] Jen. Soott. It is morally impiWiblc he tJiiiii f..r for ttrrtiif>n, nii.l I still Judge Hrooino tret the largest the same right to judge of tiiejuilice of all similar Terms J T Rcs-non nf Fi,.f Jfonths.Orthography. Female
: To Ed"nor of the Florid' : !I . bun to carry any Southern StaU.-in which opiuiunwe bils! and if he considers them unjust, who will forbid S
A hettcr fa'-ta are not iuf>u' from Ctl. White, lich originally ( eutircly iucide *ilh liim. I flow, and the ediU>rof tlie Whig knows as well a* any )him to use the veto placed ia the Cuuolitution by iuwie and! lllitory, 15 00 ten miles North of Tntlahawo. on the '

ae its appearance in the Intelligencer, has l h.sly that Judge Ilroomo doe ti.t. Je. will gel the founders for the very purpose of prvteeting the Physical G tM' riipliy., Natiir.d; Hbtnrj% Natural Thomasville road, in a healthy part of fh country.It .- S

a repUlhj1ied in the columns of the Flo.fldian. i c7- 'Hie National Intelligencer rcpul>lit>lios full deriiociaticote of the W *t. and what he pets treasury from being robbed by such hasty and viiju&tlegLlation Mental or Moral Philosophy.'chcm- will (TO into operation on 'I'undar. 12lh (Vtorrrnext.

i ptofesses to be an explanation of General Scott's letter to Dr. Atkinson of Iwyond that must depeud much UJKHI the impresfiiouhe ? i'try, and Conijumition, SO f>0 The Board of Manager* hate enagsd as Principal
makes whcu he comes among us. C11IPOLA Rhetoric, Logic, Algebra, Geometry, Latin the Rev. A. R. WOLFE, who has been favorably
Communication tnrule by him to the Court ; Danville, written in 1843, in winch Gen. Out of their own months these cnptioua objectors and Greek, 25 00 known for sev fal years as Principal of a Male 'S

'[ Enquiry, now Convening at Frederick \ Scott : I am pereuaded that it is a JACCKOX Cocxrv, Augu 10, 1852. are condemned. They laud! Mr. CaWll for voting oigirinut _August 21, 1852._,13 tf [Setitinel..OLIAN School in the same rifighSorhood. Mr. W. will but S 5
-Maryland) atoning for Us individual Bays this what he ccitnulcrcd an unjust bill, and yet aIded? by competent Female Assistants in Music ant
Dear Sir A t'fthie of (
:- portion whiga county PIANOS.
I moral of masters and slaveholding other Ornamental Brttncbes. that facilities
lartiCipation, jn the cxcjtcmeiit Maj. high obligation so ample
Ven. against held a mass meeting at Marianna last Saturday, and they abuse Gen. Piertv in advance of Juts election on FINI] assortment of B 'stun Piano,with or with will bo furnished for nnd thorough S
Scott the last ppring. Unwilling how. I States to employ nil means not in- j uomiiiated candidates for the Legislature. Messrs. the ground that he would veto similar bills A out the admirable _E''li.in accompaniment, made Female Education. The an accomplished Scholastic will con.-i S S

tier, to lyose the position he had assumed, ax compatible with the safety of both colors, tomeliorate Win. Hall. Thou. M White and Dr. N. A Long were by the old house of llallct,Davis, t C >, may be found of forty weekn. The uniform price of year tuition will be
the the nominees. lr. Long i is an avowedanti-S infccssary ritullcator of reputation per quarter, without ntrn charge for Latin. .
slavery to EXTKBMINATIOX. j jAs On the same day, CoL Ward, the whig candidate f>rlovcrnor
is known that the New and Western customers will be accommodated
- > People of Florida against the denutici- addressed the ple of Mariauua and iuspcnking generally great Englander Gretik? French. Music, flO per" qa'arter-ns of S p
Etion however we have Been no contradiction ( pc declines to the here. Prices to all customers the same as in J5o8- Piano $!. Ornamental
contained in the order No. 48," helu yet, of Mr. CaMl and Dr. Long, as to their opp thus fir support padlock" candidate ton. A full supply of second hand Pianos. Pianos Drawing or Needle-Work. }5j

npU to shift, but by insinuation, the re- of the declaration made to senator <
risibility of that document from Maj. Gen. Wade, "I WOULD CUT OFF MY RIGHT that Scott it showed unsound prudcuce, it proved in the that]>artv the-that vLigs if were Jen. Tnbunf, say that Mr. Webster has "struck for higher to the trade. oDimunication asking information may be addreMed : .

, stottto others. As he did not name the inlv'dual8 HAND SOONER THAN LEND.1T TO willing was tlectmen that would watch him. By the same wages I" The iichmond Whig, taking its cue from GOULD & BERRY, 207 BROADWAY, N. Y. to the Secretary of the Board.JOHN 4

hut by epithetBwhich would have OF SLAVERY." Can't rule, would it not be better to have all their candidates the free-soil organ, re-echoes the taunt, and says- {3P Messrs. GOCLD A BXRRT are extensive publishers BRANCH. ? I

LOde< it preemption oh part to have ap- THE SUPPORT of that description! When Col. Ward had concluded We have a very high opinion of Mr. Webster's intellectual and dealers, wholesale and retail, in Sheet Music Pretident Board Jfanogert.Ti. .

Propriated the allusions to my myself I did not the National Intelligencer, now, that it has his speech, three cheers were called for and given him abilities, but very pour opinioa of his char and Musical Publications. Dealers in Pianos or Music WHITAKTII, Secrttartf. St
10 185!.
July 27 3m
called Three liberal terms. I
by A few. Then R voice in the acter. supplied on
1I&tthe time called upon, or authoribcd to at length broached the subject of slavery, enlighten Cheers for Gen. Scott"-No response was given, and The Whig party did right in not nominating him.He .- Aug. 21, 1852. 8S 3m

tOtice Coion&.IVl3ith'a communication. In us on this point ? I have not since heard of the man that made the call could not have received more than ">0 electoral 'PEOCLAMATION. FLETCHER INSTITUTE, THOMASVIIlE.GA, j

Your Inst paper, however, you publish, as (1cdcil Scott stock is evidently below par iu this county, and votes-aud the Whigs were under no obligations to rpHE Second term of this 1 Mitutioo for this jar I

letter of the Frederick Town cortPOndeut The Free-Soil Candidates. I think will depreciate further. CoL Ward was received sacrifice themselves and the great Whig cause to gratify VTOTICK M hereby given that an ELECJ J. wi ihl cottmene..)fr /Monday in A vgiat next and S

Ui the Baltimore Patriot in whichGOeuor The recent Convention of the Frte-Soil party at in quite a friendly mariner by his old political his vanity. If he takes their course in high dudgecxi l T1ON will b held throughout tb State close Friday before CbfistoteJi Tuitkxi km rag 1 I%'
Hale friends and others. One of the Colonel's old friends, and can make better terms with hit New Hampshire i of Florida, on Monday Norember 2d, prox- from 816 to |3S per year. OfnarnenWl branches
of the Territory and myself, are PitUburg, nomiualwl for tie Prehideney John P. and quite n distinguished whig, said, Well Colonel, neighbor Gen. Pierce, let him do it. We are Iwo ifor Electors of President an I Vice President of lower thad ccWlman in Hh Schoola ftf tbi kind.-*

Tntioned as individuals who communicated and Oeo. W. Julian of Indiana as Vice President lam pleased to see you ; I am n Ward man if Ward opposed to entering into any stipulations for keeping the United Stattn. Number to be chosen three. Bor and girl can be prerar*! tot Junks.Collage. .

ormation on which Gen. Scott's order The Convention wa numerously attended and was is not a Scott man." Col. W. tried bard to gild the bun in office under Gen. Soott; hud if his continued Done at the Capitol, i in Tallahassee, this 10th .

J Dedicated, and which in the opinion of addressed, among others, by Fred Douglass, the nig Scott pill, but many whig here mill not take the phys Whiggery can only be preserved by that means, / ic. Some of CoL Ward's friends think the Govcrmorioffice him go. THO.-J. BROWN, Governor. all thiflgt included. With a eranpetott Board of Instruction
u.bite, waa tome palliation for that ofj58 ger, who recently said be regarded the nomination of be is totoarJ many others believe when the We are not surprised, say the Richmond JUnqitirtr, By the Go'rcrnumr-Attest ? -re confidently fttpect a Kljcral 4-

flPive document. I do not know the auTUJ flen. Soott as ao encouraging eign of the t.iwts.- votes are polled j and counted be will be in the rear- that Southern should feel sore under Wobbler'soslug C. W. DOWNING, f. :

of Col. White, or of the Baltimore It is said that these nominations make Ohio certain tmnl....some think be is going Sevarrf (staward,) and paper &craerq ufiiafr.Aug. : Prf.-iden pf
efcPndent, for associating my name, or fir Fierce and King. if s", that be will go to kcwiW, and will reap a just to bow before ancthct "military chieftain' 21, 16. SJ Tboma'7ilteGaJuly 3, 1 802. 28 6tow

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; jv me EtviNU AM sntis't; OF 'Asri "I' IIE wvl'isiT'*'! !hivinjj I.-a'cd fl.MTclltflcfH TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.Tt $ TllCESPKCTFUI.LV CIRCUIT COURT.
1: : Every Description of Agricultural Iinplemcals 1 -* ktitwu esubii-.hn.cnt, itclfdv!! IM .\. .F.irr.air 1 Sraox Totrir.fsi'f informs the citiZrm4 laf'F

a .4 Xli EU'.I CiliSLi: 1t / irnw thei.iill!; uad tiv.flr! pub!;c thatho nf.SV. ?!>tT>ttine. \ Lt m and n-iblotipi Counties, that li*' Frederick R. Cotten. Complainaut
t4 \ 1/50, Of i iKiitiJ Fremh Burr Mill Stoned Eu lia. li.U it } re.tt1v cni.rge'l arvl roughly lepaiitnl C-ctobir 4, U51. SJA. Fha.4: ; p-irclia ttl theVtaUNhnunt! } lately owned in hirwn ij.Jamc rhbt. an-f r* A.mnvtrar.vr ?

:.:: yjL c'ljxio, GoUjren, Uullm and iJ-jltin Cloths. ncvly paii..e'l and rai'hed. He )La* IVhcr- ----- --- --- a- l y Mr. .1. !>. Guo.M.c.i; >ii Ail.ini .*;n-ft. near l>.inn>nJ"* D. TrtdowcII. of William Trade welLdecease.I.ft ptpSiV .

j .1 .A1n I every kin"! of IV. Ince. Niiih and Si.uth. mi'lrA men con-tantlv! tz.ll.c.l lo iunuOi! hi* ul.le MII.vid t K. \X\VLLU M. P. 1'Al'V Cahintt Vrc-r.F.m. an-1 i Is j:U'p..ft-i to ti.' nfl' work of the estate ,

:; : paid f'T W(I.1 l, Hide, 1)cfr Skins! ami Sjlii! ] piiK? v* ts trs will- be-iriAHe'l Fi-Ji; i iiu.Jditioii; the-nuiktt! to w.ll vh.ih.! jiT'-rd.' e\try! :iVlidn"i -K'i- MAXWELL & PAPy.ATTORXKYS of the alint- character in the vt-rv N4t iranner. onn TT a.1.ersrjw-r Icfei'd.inK t..> the Court br r d.uit made .m thu.

::4 Fur cicy AND! COl'JfcELLOKS AT LAW, :L.a'Iaa't' t.-rIu. and with pv.ncttul.iy an.I! de-patck: .1 : JeteiKbit..TaiiK-H D.lraileWelL rei -
cu.that jid
r SA M 17KL I10VT. hAMPTON 1 L. EILIX). 3 a cu-'ft: of the 'W >/ /, ri: the -h..jK.fy. I lie cLui- to niidi-r-tanh hi* Ln-iue- thoroughly, and and! the State of -&
I a. .' \f .< Jrl l f.,r the WJTIII! e.hyi. I le i ha- u ('an i.i iin TAM. it.tsii: :, I L(1IIii. t.'lv both! alL'' find: willing! ta pve s=:vi--factio.i t.> all -i !Ifut of the State of Florida, ill _

: coii-tai.t att(jiilan! <*a f r LulitynJ Iiv..l: : I-vlw. Sm.th C4Tt1'i)3It :
Ibnirv8.CHARLES: 1S31. :; tiho! I1LV' fsiinMi Um \ilthoik.. r.trticabr .tt'nti.tt Trader ell do
i' (),-tLr'tl. That said Jair.r* IX
'- M!rP;. AMTrso:.' tt. Co, tnv aunali! (la.Ivvur. '- i-h t'l-u-i; ti! Rathvl.Hj :'rtin.r T* h.; I j.'it :-iconijiltti 'c'I I..' .),ti.l to1it)1'I deniur tbe IdI of Coni1'taint
i to
.. ; r -} ; l o.it vil! 1 1. r-n ii! l f.r t.at-.t. / ll SHOEING ?rI.faa.r an i1'L aj.swcr or
I & T3-r DOWNiNG ,
r, from the date
.. vh wi h } n..i'e: i'9 t.i !]. IJ: i.t H'.u.-t fit.l! iitreiii wibizi: f..ur n.MIti
; t 'I : : extrr: : _
# 1.. l.aj. i.icth
\ & J't- :;, ATTUKNi.V AND! COU.NM'.LIJUI: ( LAW in Mh.ih had ixpeiieiifv ; arul pi tJI4 Order uthwrcvve snidLiU
of iI tirt 1ttilitCitIft1I 01 The Trne Dl5etlve I'lnid
'a I.-l-m 1 1 otbt or
4. tu-
) : '0 si.i r ihi'vaWit l.iy. Gastric
r !>; : s.y.v A CWj. 0-.viii'::. ai inal* til.n e fcit luxe l i-.n injured! l ltV I will be taken for ct'Hfee'I nai1k4t Jik
HP! 1a. j'-t: t-oMj.Kteil. a I'i'w PI. 1 Cfiiuni >lloiU'lli :- Tallahassee! Flciida.t ctcniIaint TREiPARF.D from RFET0rACt th
L t 1 P. Jln-trs t Co., Nrv York.Jlt'oCLU C.T. l.v r If.n! lii'! i-hfcin! or vrlilcli! may rt'juiMr.K -
,j NoraMA.OT 4'Co... Pm 'ori, ."- nhJi; i- luniMi! .I.ith catf'.I.in'l. tt. ti\ :- >- Of.>; c :it the! C.ijiiti'1. tv ill t'.e making an.I a-liu-tixM.t ..f tl.or hH" him : r OF' TUB OX.at dirctu Sjffgt

t : ; ]V. R Loi'Mi. New L !r.i'i, CT.II. -;!it r-. I I'i-hort. I' I Pi.ij.nt rIv.l.j ... .- Itiiii-. !irto Mu 'li 1.:>. 1t.SI.! 10 tf :>rc invite-i to irivc 1 1.11) r. Ilia!. 'I hrre ti., bianch of J'rc aJrq1. Tliat a copy} of of thn f.-ir Order nioiiiL be publi-heU iiitiue LI ESIG. lh-gr t PluMoJoptal :hf" JWSHOUnilTON.M.D. !
k for the
sracc: % >bjjiThi
1 i all u; i5 iiUi to co il.iiv 11 iht- COMitA* -atifaakn once a \Vt Philadelphia P,
F S. McCo-MDS, L*}, Wilmington, 1k!. of :JI v.lw IHJ> f.i\tr with! a .-all. .;n'! '.,11aI \/. G. M. DAVIS tl-e 1 'iii'a.. inonc.ircfi.l: or pr.utkttlk.'i .. IIe's1'j y-4.r jiiintcil ia tin* t-hv TallaLinsee.. 5 jc a truly von.letlulrem ,for .
4 r J'rn'b'r! 6, J51. r.5 tf 1 tli.ni!; tuHn! i 11.4 of I II< r-" *. andt. ite. Ia.4; :If At IcDIC
At t Liu re :iav 29. I". ? ?ION
1iI -- --- -------- -_ ? ATTOHNIY; AT i.uv, .. a --MO the! pul'.ic that it ilu.ll Le will I--ne at hi* J": WAYLKS: BAKER, Julge.; COSTI ; LIVER rftPLAINT. *-
Newjxirt. M.irrh 2", 15Z 2. 11"CARRIAGES PAT1ON, *
5 vJ-; ; :/ ;: WASHINGTON HOTEL n1:1\! < n ti.i: liin'tuJr: dt 1 T.illaiid-'iv. nnt! -\ ill rl:"p.1.i-l 2. 1S.V2. 85y" Jnm 5, 1. 2'2: 4m ing after Nat us e'. own method, by DKBlLlTY Natore'ie c.

c : NEWPORT.s } AND BUGGIES.D. { rticc! in t the (Juiiitol th M.ilule Di.-Iiitl riwry; gent, the Gastric Juice.xjrIIhf *
Tl-i- .'l.n.' i- jitrnlttl l '> appl 1i ti.U't .
.t. : JIM! 4I| Frj'ikho I i! .1'4d Jack>' ti ( i ; : it.s. Notice. ttaoonfuIof
; ru ; I: JIoj-H I I hi%* 1 i in fltU'l ij p, Mi'l rrn E. HULL k-inithi aul C -td-riihir < tlC.. ( a I'Kl"I%. 1nuied
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d.. c1 1 v4tfi.j U id titt. tl : ditors entitleti ttnlatriJi ter, will dieat rr ill oohe. Fife
i ; n-u-j/tion A LL vv en legatees Poitndt
M.ikin! i.&in. l-.t-.itoforo. I.'rthe exclu-i jr of
a ,l a 1 s; f.ra'>' :a lid :i--i>it I :z< a< nn L' K
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$ j tri'vh Hi'i. Viiiiittj t . pjitronijt f Curri i-- :ii 1 I'.uu'ir'. -. a LONG L J. P. IL SAVAGE! control I raul n..murciunl! of Mr. J. L. (Jronr.i : .r < *toovh
ca j. ::1 T i IHVH ]h tbirc will lx tlc as; <..4i < i :.'J i.ur-iiv! T. y. John N 1'.irtii.lzc. late *.f J.-tT.-r-f-n t C< tuity. Florida. PEPSIN i i- the rliief PIrenf l er C- n 1
V |pree' t-' *tiit tl j iniyAlo.' in r-. 1- ( AIX'I .i- -. n-litt-il tL.rjt.t-} !\ f.ir ti!: nl __ v
)hasten ( v inrHe' j Principle the Gaelic: Jtiifp ? ? *
1 1 rec'.wrv. .. .!!'rt' .1.! an- hereby notified to rxbil.it their claim i ir /
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: 'Hi- taM will L.' funii'l-1: I vi'h Fi-h anl 1 :a"1t I .p< !i .x.Ii: a. i.i-d-. u ali--. H.inii-J :' ./I j' i.H 1.111'K i iIxilh I j-rii SM-II!; I. iiv. Will Jt'i i VI.I.t; atuitiiuii,! Min i iL PREMIUM COTTON GINS. an.1! deriand-i: within two year* from thi .Lite to the font, I the I'sr/tis/ I're.rriij'Ater.t 't'fte l
] i-i-.l'le! .t'lJ nUSile. C.fl : i:3.i.- f il! ri.tru-ttd (
I i..rLa : i Ilietrt.
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t.tf's -
; : : oJthe Stomacli and
t- thini.! tb tlattliriiurktt "IT1 1-. aral all Inlelm V '
gratify apjttiti- undt r-i.Tie l, or the am s will b -- l arred; peros. lr imr
a kirl-. i.r.u.rA'J -, Holtji l. LI f.at, t ti 'fi.S; .. I j.i. '.'.I tf :; TAVI.Oi .v: CO. Proprietorr.fih- Co- ed from thePisp'tire Sttnsch *
and( uie cioJacne to l.calili. Tlu-to j- 1 tinluxu i ET. < .-< I'r'tbt. to the -aid i state,are rt-'juc-ted to make nf the Oi ifcu c
c_ ;ui.til .' k -j.t in"i( i-f tl.i' Kind.J ; I .!>:i- Cutton Gin An'iutactoraethe! 3t-ti ARTIFICIAL!
il-ju. | !CJIMUC of tin. M 1: u J.i1 .in.iaA; : : a t; ui.u'>- i.'iiii.tilwite vaunt t-> inzan DlfiESTIVEFLUlD<
F < ?.; ijimtLAi ::i.Ui. tn Iti".1 ')(,nv v.-b i'. t'ljuy tJ.ftiJ.V ... f"JI.; jjjlr- MI n<- ..t -aLti it ii >tice.J Law Firm. i i-t.iCliun t lo.i.iinnr.irt- I 1141 i r pa!TO!..'> jr.d ( lie Pan.t : DANIEL T. LINGO. 1 lv like the nitoral Gastric Jtiice irs j its Cherr.iV '
: J Ji..t.> l .in- ;: ;. I4N. !. ."1 t ten, s: > .. 4; e't" and rnrni .hin
? .i a 1H"T1-J! '.! & vJh.g! I i 5 14: Oil ll.e }1i.az 1 Br.AJ.'l I 1 ) .1- ilIiVAinll; : I:: > pi-.i.'it' in pnrti.ir Sher'iT) and ft o+'tiu Adirini''rator.n j COMPLETKaiid PERFPC

;, ;:' It'1] t" t'.i: SITHI'"*. BILLIARD TABLES.V. iiji iii :ill tii.! t.l"! i.f tl.c MMilo Cnc il .f 01 I lhi-ir, ) hst Ct-U-i.r.ilcd th-\ aiopujartd i PRKMIL-.M in '.;iitY any nur. bci .TcTt-i -"- r.'ur.tJun* 1.: ifc.;!. -3: "in -UES'L1'h'UIEusii'. Kj I tkeai.1

.; :' Th-rc i" 11 <".. _!flflt! 3t tJ.!.> jit-<.c. Gs.\s. lion flip pain ami evils of INDlGFs1'ho
;. MILLIARD TAULi: MAM'FAClORV, here! t ll I.e'v i;ins Ii.ni. l.en! once tJeJ, i it t VfU1ItJt DYSPKPSI A d .
: Lut .In are renov j.isf ,
2Jt4 .t li'/tnt; Mj.-T i'i uttt % iIIN I I.CAIII! ). Notice. a the,
S f. V II;. <.'lurc > in'.'!.T. '<-. A"i>. .M t A .n Stittt, .V. tc Y-rl. '.'//, T. V, 1'IIKVAltU.! deen.ed! Ii uniu-te-\ fOr I the MannldftuuM-tsi'\ a healll.v: Stoioacli. It i-doir, w 0tiderqf0 ,
i .i x-.ord in I tiie.i tax or alht-% feel confident nionhaft.r J.ite. :I i-I.r.ll mr arcru.t4
*> i L/.I.KIl'f.: : MAIiDKV.) : l-n-i-r., tr.uc i : : u l..iirijtml; iii.iv 1 IK; ft.id withte- i r.l'nutv 1 1 s-"il.i .1 tf int- macliinis QIX pri rept ic9curin ca'e of IEBI L.ITY. F.MAC1A.It.v
UriiiiKlI -- -- iiAe htcti hrr>ujht I to uch pcifcctiuiu! t that ) itr.d v-itudwr.; to th.> lion; .fticfu'e of IVoltttn->rJtlT. NERVOUS DKCLINFT.-and ; ,
.j aa1W4t .IZ1 .>, } *; 1. tf I. I : .r' i' i1 lir.'M *ri vli it'h' DYSPEpj-
[ SMITH & O'BRIEN I Ihtir >'i |>< n.'i peili.riiiji.re \\ill I I rrff.iai.iec;! f LIen ,, r.-on COM.tv, as Ad-nin.-trator of' J"hi .'.I. Brock! ;. SUMPTION. Ha to be .
''M\ .i-.M.ht ilf"f ti' ita"I l I l.tut l.\ apH on !I.e
4 : Ia jM-i.i i t9!, ; ; t in j uleiei ce I to' ai I! otr.t-i Gn i ni.v I in u-if. For the il.-ce.i-et'! lute of '.tid County, arnl! a.-k f.r a discharge TheScifntifir Evr-Jmre i ,
Carolina House, Quinc-y, Floridn.f < 'tt-r-! T'ie ill if.%( lI't': c.ni-i-t of 171-ertiII ; Attorneys and Counsellors at Law grje. upon wrfwh,V
I -iti-laction t i ot 1 tlioiuLo!I ]ivc hf.t 1at1! I ll." (!I ir. fromai I Adnini-trnti: ..ii.JOSHUA. l .,*( d.iiu I he highest *
is $ c\ tflId!) Ic 'i .tR ; I'a r..pi'c. i;> I-in! thf jil.t.-e .'t 1 PiK-ktt-s, which) i-i in iidvani.i e AI.LIGATOK H. F1. %. niid ..rt utiati; .iin'i d! \\ ith t i.a.i F rrf/'rafton.) ? I tl 1. t. I'roputtur t; TAYLOR, Sr.. A.lrar..IefI. MARKAIiLC. decree CURIOUS WRE.SC1E.TIFIC .
: : :;;; _J ttf.fl.I 1J. 1 M* ( i the ii!'1 --t\.u! :i-i 1 ai- i the ii: j'j.l..tLt'i1 in the i.ci.l (.
t1 uiiiv )Ih"! I Pi.iniiiin
: tie 1 ; Iat .J : m-r ? r.-ii County, Atigu-t 7, l5.> "A Orn
I P S ; Cloth a'tj 1 1 llJ'i!.1: ]Rjb'n! I r <_*.I : .,|< ".hull 1 I Vt' J..i:\e M. V.'iur *''1Il.! : I M. O'HMrv j ERARON I 7DE.VCj
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:.: 1 ft I tr5 *l. :*iii-i \I 11 if a'.t'! I .?! !I*.tfcljj I)' *!', IMI.' !liPt<. aviaidf! t in I ihf-n: ff.rii.e I ,UI;I-1'; GIN .-\-
:, wttliiii tit- l.i- \.ar intr<"Ucril: t-' :I i.<- j.ifi'i--. C.-i- ( i-l-.v it AMiiffr.! : I O MV ut Nfiriun ;
j HI hwcflebrafe.
jJJS flftiiU *iv i v ili *f' i t* lit I >$IIN T" i*''titiilt'ito: I'' j <\ hiliitidAt ll.Oirrr.it
iV conf ..rff 4 \\-.tt i I .Lit 1.. !'.1-. : Is.r .r.kr :i'.1.' t1 I.i ..i \- .1t.: -k- -ZAiL1': ; (C..1. J. I'.UM Oj.tU and Mt-ctnr c' j :. (* IS I Fiai'I.onalo-otH! tt> the Grric Juice
: I. ipjilicl I wilh Z: ilii-U tint e'I! 1"' pioJiy. 1. :1).1 thi ,r : > I'.ur i h. at t oii5iit/us!' ; ami at t I.e to the .1's.I' rf Proliit-) i.f Lori County may b 'J!

.. r .tI v: :. i i.. I tt!i ( t Vij.-'. ,1tii.r. iii! <- a- if iin y \ i r. j'l-i M tt.: bv a-1 ii<---izL r !>;. i.i.i.l.; i >. t..l. -i 4, l-'M. :J.; > |! n-nii! Kair t-f t the 't.I.t h Carolina: I In-rit'itc, ;at f.tr lt-tu"r- a'Iruim-trat.Kii o tit the e-tatc of William I j l h picpareft rom the inucou meiabrsnc of i the |

4 t'1.I' '. Tfi'-v 1 rf-iw.'f.-li.-: :i-l.! iiro'i'ri'j.iii.c ot 111t .ji-1, 4 .tt1I. I:.dF ..tIVs, llii't! Ltat Icr-. Chill.foi.. Tl f C'ttt rinntd on tf.rie ((irs re'Ii I T.iv.r! .. cta.-vd. Of v.hiJ all r.ti'* r-i will t.ik-- I II aciiot the Calf, in \vlurh Tsirj(1I1'* artiCle, of fo jCg

(' 1prt t.j1.r& et.i! .l.tl 1 1 :( I .Ill 1 I I'-i- k( -. .f tl..' 1/u-t &!. -eii1!|.t i'>II. Tuhki JMiketlaia J. W. KEYES, M. D., Dentist, | id I tl.c fir-t I rnnirnH at I the e\5.itinr! : I c-ld :in r,,:" .- THOMAS W. HARRIS.Ji.t rnet ard c gizwi IL h. ofZtngI

.. f. (1J'I.9.) rhij'jiv.j to .til juit- 4 f t'lf' <4ptItr.; JJ J A l.w'.t't! n ('tiV. ( Uice: iu liixH'icv; ;j Char l<-lin -(. :? ; ('jri>in.aa.id: at *>\ iiJr'iii \\ litre- .".! i4 r.2."f; >.t trl.jmtin !'ae arne !-nanntr ait'ttytcoiilJlei'nfaDr.

I S U.; W. bTAHVDs.2 I.; I FiI'II IlCl'1itt' i>|iM.-t; : < y'r. .1. li. ( iioiii's.! I -imi); : :- '-f! ( r.a.r1; Ir.-i.i; t .-M iiavib: -ri i c\'. r'uMd.' human .itt.iCr4"
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'; t.' ft;. -- I IIETNA ,," r rfit-i.-! -iri'Ui I'i.ii.ti i *, Ci t II. 5 n BroWr*, (" -I- Withnf'tr Ltt,>, I .-hall pre-tnt mv aictrtsI : "Phjiiclo-y! of Diietin,'* b-erd ri "adDii.nutifin .

4'I ;: tb'r '1 1I 'p n:' IL I INSURANCE.COMPANY, III-! -iJTI \J* rclisiir-i, n'l.l iMir.iacturrr I of Cotf< ri [ ni.d !:.rs to tip I Hon. Jm-! ..f Pr'.Kfor of the due qnan'ity ot |the|, (;arie; hltfpromicent isa

.' 14'l 4.f lht! 1'Il'J'V1Z ..tIiica.'V trnionAgriculturalWAREIIOU.5E I I.'ARITi! I )KD, CONNECTICUT.BUILDING ( ;o'i.Jtf-nivii., thai the |irit<>ifiance) of f l\i-\, (Jin*, I LwnCot 'itv, :i ta A.Iin.iiitra! of WiHiani R"b -rtsi. and ahI. -revaiIir. cue c{ Dv ; .'

1e ;IiI"4 J :IRI t ?<. c: !fl i uj 1 uu-1 V..11 tell :itJov AND SEED STOKE, S'tock.and I Cotion:t in U'archoinci .tistl! l t thf sau.p'I[ | I IA t llu-rn.CdunoX be e\-j ci-t-i'd.. late ofaid County: arid a k fjr a discharge and he "talcs? that a dNtinsuL-hrd profi rnLJ
id irt d. ho
cell. '! !1IV tinv) Hio-; r rnriri'ifactim.l. ne ss wa .es erelT a1hjced
4 :t 'ji-"4' *.au 1'c- Lu'l in tin- vitv: \ :; : tji e 1. .' it. i;,,A. i LII1L 1 C bv tire.LFAVIS. fromaid Atlii4.i.bti.tion. witl t ,
,. ; 1' All I I <..r'l'ilor (;Jin", rivrn etth I r !<> our trv'Ur. complaint, trr.din everjtLinctj" to fail, hid
1I'4 afiz; PkC.\D ROCCRTS. Adrst'r..Jtily rscoiHsefri
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I I i: tindiT iirtM-d -" the attct'tion of .ll : fc AMF.S: tie Ga-ttic Jui.
a. T'HI3 j'-r- nrlncil Ai'-r-1, or ( nvanled] to ( !he Proj-rietoi-; 4 bvni.iil.uiH ( Ittaised from the
1-4k; Ia.d.; ;1vv f I f- !. J.IlIlry; '2.'j I .*? Airei.tI: I jll tl ,. IT. 1c:.V2.; ? 1'S: Cia stc.-
,. ii1 ( .'liiia Klcc II:1.14.Itft.Itts 1 >r F.ini: <>r I Il.in'a! c. I i I I ii-\av-rtreive pr tr.pt atten Ion. l5uill ,. achof livinij animaN, which procrd tompftttlutuect
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a ti"i T'i tl'iir ;i--iiJin-.t( \.lich I inhi''i i-ui ;% < 1 il.I.IK \\ IIP vit tr. 3'i> put 1 (.[ the rcuntr and \fiil."
:,' '.irCnredlli] [ I-'I..I t4 i5S. lC JOHN PRATORIUS } warL. Notice.
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$; t i-n-i'iiT -' ..Vl.!.I&-flt,- in tl.iliidin i.n.1! -in rauttd to tre tif.tinn.Jr Dr. GKAIIAM. author cftfe fjraoD
: tii i it final! mtuth4 from b.e the unlcr.-i ned Admini-- wmk, cn
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t1i r ii't al! .'t qy S(fl '!j t.t i.i1r [nr TIM i: L\IJ: inoi or r.n.i. & n\ronir: *,] )-.!. UUITON: A.Gx -.' 'nt, !, SIX ; Vecclable Pie?." saj : It is a runafkabte fact inphy
:' 1l S.tir. 1 l-v llw tiCk lr"n nthe itatiof J.ir.ieM..
(tw! < >v non
--t'i-f ic'i< n t'i, the I btnti-. <;.-i-iallv ILnlvnvI'liJli C ,t,) ") ; M, irh 3'), !1--;!. IL Is =5rIos; > thai ttes'ornatls Cit.irnamacetatd{
Y.arta 41. a.I '? I 7O1 lTLD i-ifi-riii! hirriii'l th- Nivn tic f.-1-t-d. I f -nM ( will hriTo.iTit ? (
I. i) :, < 'ii ii'i I'UMTfi'i'm.foi 1 l.i.r-- :ui< j.LlioB : it" *< .tiit. preant I lotl.e
-- twri of 1 tiiii1t in water, impart finidlhe
( I.irifr' I at'. ..V1dV1ajita .i.1 CJcreriit tint h" I4.a taki-n tin- -tunl.ttclv: orcr.i<- 1 r-i'l voi-chcr: to tl e Honorable JudiTP of Pro pripeTty rfdi'SuIf.
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t' 41rfld S.ttr.JI VitvV j *!it1 UU't I1i.- t..r' I&t.4v late inr ( icLtd. Couutv an.I J--k t. be tH-cIianeJ
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Ttiin'.l' Iron S'\i. Pn-ttrOai !.!. .! Clrei.l.T: !' I I. Al.... .-V.IS.II.M jCrCall: oa I lie -iear ar.d De-nriiotif
rtil.&tea j p vtr 'i-JK _.id t'i < ''ri..i/i- 1:!'til ill hi- Tinof b'T-llli -. sty, t Ojiim i, I Pij-i; e r .i". Ca! 1.1.1, : get a Cir-
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C\Mi < IIIL; will nation .\ rrl'mr and
l 17. 1V.J. 2 ::mGroceries tri\i'J.-D n't"i- ii1..riAI i 1, < 'l.iM-->ri. Htiina! \\ !li-t! uvJ f;Si:<. ; rovs Dy.peptir Cor.mnj.
t'Ic. ( pit i:.ic Ci.ta ti'.n t-i hi- 1 bu-iiii t -- rii-1! 1 honehe \. ill i.i-ut a LUral J Jji Vl'ii.il. ( '.>ti-iti'li r, C-i'di! n: in. Caraway: ::nd I ui.d. I IM I j MA LINDA* F'l.St'M.( Admx" Iwiinvn. lion it N impossible to give the details of caws mJhe
St&rdj i 1*. p; :'; t a. 6.c.i .'nii-i' i t fi! 1.1,1 thiiiibie.] I .F.-ffr- n I,'tiufy. F-nity: 2S l* >-. S Cu limits oJ thiq advertisement but authenticity
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< VA-. C"iu fjtarc3i, a'ilut .ml T'avy F.-<"i'1, I PinAj..lcCh J ] --, I irke11.1:1.: ..!. < .i'i r, M i-tap1 L IViiii! Ki!' r. C.-r. i.-s Wt.-r. S':.r- Notice. HUNDRED REMAHKAKLE CURES, in PhilaW-

il ad4c CbIn1iigt': : jl'iCU-r auJ Ala by the J-a vrr1t. S.p. .... .h. ( ;ttiUt C..i1y. Drugs, Chemicals, &c. t.I !I i'Ia-{..iili"t'( : :k'-, T >w.-. ridX S..i.i-' 'ir.d.ri'f I SIX n-'T'h* nf'f the lir-t publication f.f thN r',*ice, nhia, NP\V V'oikand Boton rlonc. These werrallde

.t : '{*..tiue Cir 3.v tliv i trait. iv < / (&> *.ii. -% }01: I Wl itkt.r, Pi.w.i.Tia'k- i.ure : : o tl. Jn.ljref Probate <,f L.-on Cotiutv f rapid and 'Aonderfol.b'if! nt.
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11.str, t-h',vi-l- Tr.ict'iiiin: Fifh; r.nd < Ii\ Clipin I ll.im- IV ui\iin r.iilw. n-M!< r.-l 1L.tv! c-i..il i>t (ijL.Ii.o .a .-. Afitif* :. i CirriUiv I W..*. r, R.r-i. fn.i -, NATHAN HOLT. AJmV.Q. Crmplai.it, Fever and irneor badly treated Kmr
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Fi..r t 1.iv ltflct.2b fr j4jlt I I: at'd (Cu'th ill .f v.hich v.i'.l i !II i H. II.-! '.- ill of whiJi fn-jli u.I I and other drug* upon lie Dige ti>e Orzanstkra
ry. : wo a1..t A !..->< i, a gcin.ru! jij ly nf CL .ii ical-i f the Let ;5. ; :.ic : : .f theJ. sickncs AIsj
a :.:1. JAMlMJJ.GAMW.il: NoticeTS long in eatin?, and the
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.iri1 I.1aL 30 tO' tree me of ardent 7"uits.! It almost reconciles
: i ->2. ]3-j! iniit-iir-T.: P. JORDAN A (C.. l.r nbvjivtn tl it at 'he next &-n rf the Gcn.rjl -- Healthilt'r\
'inu,! C't'linr-. Lilian'-1;Atin *f*. iifi'l' :ui na* irfi'ici! Qii'ay, .Tin:; I1*. 15.2.'S: : I tf .- A -.. n.l.ly of FIi'ri'1.1: ar r f !icafr.n v.ill IHir.a OLD' STOJUL'H COMPMLVTS.. *

CARRIAGE REPOSITORY, Good Billiard Table. ..r KiJ.ty 'Ji.nit Ai I I..t \i rv Jn\v J.I it- fir :u- Act iieirptr.t.2' Lc"ii U Hce.. No. .", LO. TI ere i- r.o form of OLD STt'ifACH COW-

; BY KILLER AND BROEAW, % noon f1flND HANI) LILI.IARD TAIILI: :: I ll.i\i-) P.iin Kiiltr, IJ.i.lvuy-, ,,!v KI lit t.C t. Glass, Oils, White Lead, &c. o. F'. "C. C. BYRD, R. S. PLAINTS which if do-3 n<"t s iin ft re'char.a reiri'.vj '-

.; .(v-, f ,',r-l'7. /\ f.4--.l. '. ..wlTHE I 1)). LAUD. ) I!! t'lit''Ia.:.... :t.I '-. i:( I SItl.rs! (;!:i. &/4 Juj.e'C'2.;; .5 tnCotton \ at once. No rriatter how Jiad $Ihtj m v be.it

'a;. 1F-: : '. r-1t. ,.. ii t a :; vpi'rt t, ?i.tri.i :.7. 1V.2 1-J! I Rio't K3ratfl I'L-tir-. nnd otL'-r i'JisiyXc,1.- ..1J i I I'.i- ko4' hi'Luni.. jre, ev.ra :;... 1, GIVES INSTANT RELIEF! .l.
.i.j.j.u ..r ( 'MM.'iA.iis. itr<; j UI ;. a o L..11! *. .-1. .tt 4t1 i (>j i, Planters' V/are-House, all fifvtpft u.aits'nq.reu *; and it only neerN bEe

:J- .r :aNl ) 11.\iN1' \' 11it'ttrcr : TRUE MEDICINAL hUe 3elciiie. ttc., tc.. ; 'rt"vc1 tv .-> LirlUl I, TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA. repealed ti r a Ji41ri lime to make I h>>3<> gi'od efecl

f. r 4P1 th z t it.. t All COD LIVER OIL J.KVls: .V AM FA ,4 i-ubiji Finn{ -<-f Paint.; (bbL. aItI i bbl-.) rrHE iin'l-r-izretI. (-:tee.sr.f: (C. A. Nr.-h.havin pm.v nent. PURITY Of II:LOOP,AND VIGCROF

;t.z: t' It I ti-e :ttv f t1rVe tieltr Oc t r I I I 1'' tf Ltaz I c! It : ii".i \t 1II!,' t 11. I l'M--d I th ;.iUrt-< ('e-r..l.I-irn! and I UtnapP"in BODY t'l.tsat orce. If i is j-articiilirlv!! excellent

ifl .*- C .11 Jl! 1 i-X..lui.le i if ''. t 1 UNITI'L i in I. I the euroVn! .lul,., ( '.. i..< nn.tidn.I Linen Train: ;: ().d.! I 1.I.I. Copal Vair.Mi.! *. d h C..tfoi W, :.. Iiir, vouM re-f >'Ctf.aly e<>!.. it in caeof. \2*< -a, Vcinitlr.sr, Cramp[ ?. &>renertcfof
I !- t-atiiri!! \vtittnj.))! t.rhjii-.C! ( Drills, &c. in 1 luiir. ) .i the St marl. I'ftrfafier
1)4.ftibt I. 1 : SM. .J:4: tf >'ii'iami Sit it.Turj 1-1.'ic;:: : |: ui r. i.ul. A ir iis- the ot tho-e l.iiorg CO'ITON to thb t.c nt eating, Iovrrc
:ill! 1 -i- i-i- .il thi- (Che-t .rd Lira's A'i h ; r.-ivtd fi <'. r.I! LVloi paron.y j lv< state cl the lilffil. !
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Ihi! Vt'cakness
Groceries &c. .1 \ j.: Striptd ;. i"I: I Linl l>n'l*. P.ri.-vii! ; niuru.-) LKV.'Id A A MLS. :-.'! l.n ". to t' Ware I Io'r, .L i 4. Emac.aticn. Icndeitjto
j \\ \\3njii'- pin-! .1 .J ut vti v ..n i. r i it v. I )Miik. Kn.-Aii Li i..n and! I Nr't t I Limn I)riI.! I Pr'j) > l"i I'-, |j I Jtz,1',2.; : 22 tl'Vlnes I lI: t.T ti..' n-e ( f lh.-e having cotton La-int and I In anitv. S'icide.! JLc.

I Y Soliavr: .* PctUa aiJ: JF.. li' jt.ra JioinIuir.tks e :/ i l'"i .!14- 'i.y 'LF.iVIs': \. AMIS. (Cniii.ii.i..r.! Dii.is) ::., I pi.iir.trLIKUMK! I.m O-n.1- | + I Dr. HOUSTON'S PEPSIN.: N sol.! by nearly ill
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,"5 tiei.V- Sl.j..IX-; 1 il.illtr, PfiOTECTiON )INSURANCE' COMPANY. Mi'r.h-J7.; IVf.: l 1-2 if :.tkr.t, ( 'I.i I P. r: JnV.\ ( \\dtr and! i-i H'id: f 0 an 1 iVi'tn m.ny -t ar- xjt-rUr.ce irs thi< lir.e in i Gcfjrin -
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Here I Am. Ii !10- I Port r CIRCULA
Lu r41.- ;ikr1ie 11tturI i .t AIo, R* for thecse of Fhysiciinstn.iv

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li.uitL, itL'* a2.'I! Ji.r.11 t.4tii.t-, < li the Istir-t Li\n'I| !.!> |. |IiI5.| All v h't' int. :i-l ]nir.ri-'n-: _' c n--. "\il! fiid it to h.-ir Ta Tt''t! >j I. 1:1. JOHN F. LKOOilE.i TIeV lerr.rdy are ba
.4 rup, F. II. I 1LA ,(;. A.it"T.ill.l i8a-I.-- to' c.ill i lK.i-jie tht-v It t tinHi"!!''! tliptr.nitUIriin i. < ;i'ir 4. -* C>fu tl.c Uaiori ILiuk.JJ'l 1K3ELtV! n ubjcctira canbcrai against its u.'ej

S :; I -i- O I rr .',. 1 P.M.; j ,'r. S. b. KNiuIT.M..I.I Pine AI{ .V : M-rr.1 : / oppo.-Itc t.t Phvsician in "ecfabe! stnrding and regular
MO2S tf
m ( is. i 1SI. -n 1 tf f.u.v.tJiIIv! ; 1 It.t rsv.t : s, [S.r.tiiKl. [."ractice. Pure, ONE DOLLAR per bottle.

3i' gliea'lIVonnSi ar, WASH & CO., t :irr'tr; 1t. ..5Si Pea'.htSi -, For Sale. C3OBSERVETHIS !-Every bottle cJ the penu-

1 CLirni' ..1 I (::4-tt sri", TamarhiJ.-, Inc PEPSIN bears the written signature cfJ S.IEOUGIITONM.D. .
Dealers iu
p Dnijjs, Medicines, dec., Opening \N tx.v''tnt.'! li-ht. wild km 1 CARRYALL
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1 I'owUrCom I'it 'a and Trade Mark
2 tczas ( ,itvju; 3llC'\: V.a-t -, kL-4. Ccpy-riuht securec.
tliy' h.ivt .n I hi.inl; .1 j0'l ;.- .iI ili.oit 41 fu.. 4: I 1.\ )Ii I\ .C WT'flTMtX"J .. adtl.tial; Ill.tl *dwI-.Ll -- !.r two h ..rtAlo, a \ t-ry good >ecor.J- inJIediines. -
J J 11 1 fit riV 1 i S;. h I CO-: Sold by all Druzg ta and Deal.
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: \ ii: inij fn th MJJ jj]. .1. Thilr l'lilnj \ Sauce ('*i''i & ROWLES. LEWIS & AMES,
k It lii a1.ttU! .I. : V.HICV fl'xi.1Cl'.tli( C.i'ili n-< V. *i"" TToii. rr- Jr.lv24.1-.V2. -JC vho1P.-tL! ..nd Retail .Aeeoti.

p ._ .. (ktu i I lllcr.l.I 1 40 ':IHS v i I at'I, I'iv'l iJi'ot''. Slij.jK rAf.. : whih LIAIS AMtS. Fehrtafl3lS2. -- ----i- -
Notice. June! 5, ?:> ?. 22 tf Paints &c. ly _
tit .- -.h-ciilx r H riy! j.i, J ,JM. < IKell on the ,

,K I HAVE e1'ijV: rccei\tiintlint. Garden Seeds. 7i\ KEGS No. 1 White Lad. SpanWi r mwn. Exchange at Par !

vbK'.ivi.l l.e Mild s.t uiiiituullv Ini jirl '11.- :.lM.k! fJSlaik .) L_, Y l--OJire! Chrome Ydl..w Fi-I Blue Pra- -1 ROCERIES. lTo Jnre,
A 1JUST v.-m-l.l -.- <-.ill tho :it+n.ti.; ti (,f 13 I'TA nia, Hat Tun.'n, CjJ.l :t.-. R.vt ,tc.ju>t ( ILudwartCwckery,
:; d-/-u W.i I.-IC-: !!61 =. + mtlnir wtll pJ'.t.-.l -*.* k .f Srill.N'i; I; tuiil! Co'i'ii-d: Dre) :. anti I Fi itK t'tat. %_ n. died. LEWIS ,t AMIiS..Iine. ian I>Iu<\ n.roiueiM.l Paris Git; en. P.-ittnt lLick.! ;t Salt, Iron, SttH BLmttrt*. Kenoys, BOKSO.S'

1 )lanbri.idded I H.uikcK-.kf! % I1L'oo!aik i. I lilui-! (Cruii; ].i--'v.ii ;uid Mj.\td Fn. 1.-.VJ. 22 tf use Pink. Orange: Mini nil. St .r..* Oril.ro. MrAlt, Iat. Cnrn.. K.ick Pre<* Coats, Pantaet%CKerci -

'a Sack and! I Fancy ('.'atPiah -', -- __ !'.rrn Sioiuui and Leather VarrJb.F..r it m
PI :in :iii-l! 1irvi1: liliirk! l.iuc! < ami 1i.-ii. Ci-juiL Japan .- ts Hcntinc' Cent. Saddles. Lriille*, ,given
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JAM11S; P.. GAMULll; !,! ( !!) aTI1 Orgndc FiVii.-'1 mid I J'.l.uk MK! :and I I I.I.nk Satin Ve-t irvrv OUXCrs;:: Sulphate Quinine just reeeix ctl Jrno Iii 1S-.V2.;: 21 4t Country {-nit-rally. J. JL WILLLNoveitber
.i.i ;1 is: 1CShirts iJLu'k. 1 Plaid, < and F.UK-\- Ci9eiiii! i u PuiitaAVI l"S51.
1 Plain; and Printed! -/ -/ ni'l: i'r al. on p-oil t. nil( l by 43
I.Cludlv" I
a' a. 0,1414, J. P. JORDAX) AC >.. Syrups.
11iLl: cliij '.l mid (Cambiic ( i'il4an iito. Ki'-i-y! Silk r.ii'l) ?.I.ir-cillt-s Vit tan l la- June Just Arrived.
; 10. 1 52. 9t 1)r'qit', r 'i i AT arc well mudif, al'ju-ilil! :. *, il I. 'llnhiteTid 1 LC. CUJK-, Collar* an.1 CuiTThiviid \ !jous otlu: r aititli-R I t(141 nuineniu! t'' I'H-iitimi.' L : ] '! Smj ; al.-: .'. Linie Julci Tarnu.t'sStlt.er r HAVE just rertJTet! by the la.-t vessel fiwa/4*

f in-y find will fit4'to aT. Ju! t jewid nud firilo:a \( r\ ft, U. 1. 41 tf heretofore
Lncnid Ch-intiH.i! > Tf.iut'Shoes not
'. ; \ti1' Attorney aiiil! (foiiiisellor nt Law J. P. JORDAN tt Co. ct niprL-injj many s-Mes
wbv MUCH ELI -
1 ,
JCid.': Li-lesind Twi-ti'd Silk (;lo\ (> :iud Mitteir! Q-.i'icy. June It?. 1S52. 24 Vt ,'fft-retl. in thi market There are al-o, four C51"
_\p: 12. Linn % HELP AT HOME. TROUi'VILLE, GEO.7"ILlj .,.. "Uutlinuu's invite ittentitu -
( .t1ii iic .vid I. n\n!) 1 H.Midkerchit.f'! Boots, a.ortcd.. to tibiJi I

a Cajie .So.iifs t.nd l..ice Vi-ctte<. r i"I Iir.urnli-r-'i'jiuil.li I iMii i.ndp l..r/i; iinjoiivrinriit1J j -\' practite in the- Circuit Court of Tlioma.Lovn.h Surgical Instrument Establishment ). The above will l>e svld low to cl** ci-salgn-

Groccrico, &c.J -ALSO- lntli j') l.rdiii:!.; and, inurjiiiii! rv. ii now prtparcilt'ifiihii > -*, Cli -eh. Ware. App'.iic and Irwi- ment. J. M. WILLIAMS,

vsr received by, tic 1at uu i ttL Horn New OrVOO r'flflj.f. Cnp ni.i 111.-It Itiblum! *. : CU'lToN GINS; of a eiiu-riurftlc ii:1:l nuntic- in (u' 'i'm.i. and ia J tf.r-ou, MtidiMiii, ll.uii XO. Gb DUANE ST. NEW YORK. December P, 1S51 49 11D Monroe sL

lean Ehok :iti1] (-l'-red Satin; find! Lu-tc-rs( lo. (j.i!V.I iltoti and ColuniliLi' Ci.uutica in l-'loiid.u H. HKRXTELV. MANUFACTURER and IMPORTER --. --- ----

$, Ot) pnut.!* Sln>.lMcrS, cek lie :U.I ;ttk jil,1sti, HiLi I : rtt( rp no liumlm liy iniksnj; Gin* t to \lii- April 2-4, 1N>2. 10 of all sort.* of INSTRUMENTS far Groceries, &c.

15.'g40 Silk and Oot&ni Velvet (!K Ip l !t :it I Failor I liy jj. isi Xoitli.) ti> l..w.-ll '>r other plaCe Distctiii.[ rt Mortem. Minor Op rati .11?. l\nk ..t.mputating. J rUSTrocceiveJ, a fine lot Got-Lcu ButUr, pC

( 1Iatnt. I Holland Triinininjj) and) Fnnir! **. :;. to <;ot t Not theriu'rs tn vi.ti' in KH praie.Jlis Hats of Spring Style.FAIIIOXAIJLEM.oleskiiiHiits.lit. \ Trcrihining, Dental Eye. Obstetrical.Athotouiy. I withl.-.%

:;0 bbl*. Extni tit. Louis Hour, Tof ellii-r with) olh.r .---tabli-hiin-iit St.utIwn-iii the mi'l-t ( Stomach
many: fancy nrticI<- -vvhich! Mnrtly .,-tti-.Won.Axitli Cuppnifr. Pumjw. Self hiijuc'i.n. Same with Ctce.-c,
00 Ohi.r.O von will jileasc call and examine K-f-ne) 1 milking' your 411' the cotton growing ip; ioii. Ikiuttn
!ko g4 Ix-af Lnrd, I.ir!: .liiM- HiiU I 1 A 11 US1'. hh.iw fur Ihfiii'i-lvi <, and arc wairantt-d: I t.i ]H.rfnrnt in i) Al=", a prat vaiiety.'f 1 Panama, Pe iO; bbU Whtokev. For sale: bv M.iuliJ7! ) 1F.12.:; 12 this 1 -'t maun! \VIH-I< ) projx-ilv iiitfinlc.1 to or to l t. > u-ed .ind!
: __ tfNEV7 o nj. ('ail'ea4laV, and Straw llat. for mm suul l l.vs, Aj j'.natus by Phy-icians Surgeons ; ?l-o
.t, June_ _10_, Ib5_ _. 21 S. S. KNIGHT.! made! to lo HI at his own -xJIt.b1.'a. Gin repairing! ) rth.r x\ith a ouer.l! ortnu-ut .1 t Cups buited totliesa'ii. ct.linarv Instruments, all of \vluch lie em furni-li Pure Sulphate of Qur.
-- -- -- -
J. '' a --- GOODS. iItii at short notice, and in the l Ie.t inantu. Ord r- .Lti-t reetived byV.'I'. MITCHELL. 15 f ft't cent. heaper than any other establi.-huient iu -.E subscribers have on hand two hundred >c*

I Lamp Chimneys, for ( iu5 thankfully! rrahiil, mid promptly nttfiuh-d 21 l l&-2. 16 the United Suites, and warranted be T tEe?
1 USTnnlv) (p T St-hr. KliziiU th. from New Yoik) April to of the be ,lmafetial fifty ounces of Sulphafeof Qninine.vThicb
jXTICI Canijihiup, Itnnunqr Fluid, Spirits Tur- S and for -ale by C. C. IJVUD), nirv h.-uul-oiu-- to. He \\ ill dt1ivar tht-ni! ) at the ri-idcnce of tin- jnirhaiTorat *. anilfn.xt approved! pattern have obtaiced direct from the manufactureS 503

'V pttitinc, AleohoL! Ftir *nlc bv kolment! .f >PUIX U; iui'lSUMMiil (:OODS.HPIMSJO ) ) PUt14 :&i < hifarm.. lklo\v t nnu! fi-w Cirtitlcato out Peas I Peas Peas I N. IJ. Al.-o oe manufacturer of the flexible IVORY hey will warrant it to be a suptrior atticlf- ..

J. P. JORDAN .t CQuiivy ). : TtI1flI!*, Jiwn: Bonntl, 1 Iihlmid! I >, ]Ulk. Lace of the large uuinbtr that could f\hibitcd H neccsuy. BUSHELS choice PKAS, for -.lie l.y irrLfc Sinti i> and XUESIXG Born E, an article highly We have enLred our stock ot Drugs and W '

June 13, 1 18.2.:; 24 t fOsnaburgs. Vi it Silk Shu I li. Uaea! Ciui.hii.ll..jnlk -rehiif-] J. IL WAT.SON.Mttox 30 S. S. KNIGHT. recommended bv the Faculty for their Sonne, vines by recent ariiralsand are prepared we'j'j

Xecilh' Woik Muti11ii aitti a aiu-ty of other art ichi JIIC5.1S. 22. tf Cle.inhnes and Durabiliy.( All orders promptly attended orders (lor articles in our line, at wholesale or t '

}' too iiuineiuitetu mention. C.JltinJete for > ouifetlis.ALSO : Fcliniary IS, 1852.Tlii to. June 19, lfc.52. 24 ;3m on the most accommodating terms.

1 JUST rrcc-ircd a few bale* .Southern Osnabunjs! H (o crrlifv that I have in uo, HJIOII my JtlItItattits Positively the Last. We have also a few accounts yet lne to MS or the

and! Sheeting, by f7fiil.s ainl! JW_ JJiunincr lints and! Cra\siL?, Koots in Lee uinl llaktr: Counti.u-, three Cotton (Jinof w.1.1 ht.wk of (lr.H-.nes to Mr. S. S. $25 Reward. year 18-;$. They generally in small 3iuUfl1''
i March 1S52. 12! HEIR A- RUST. t-ixty KUVS eucb, m.i.lil.y Ci.li.iul! J. I Wat.-on, ot IlIAVH my wcuWBfartoxTarJsIiiiuidatingceilain
and J-hiK s, and .WOO First late Caiu. I'lilnnrn, v.'hhiih I nmVt-11 who will continup the bu-itiet at the h.mie RUNAWAY in November Ian, my negro jat if the wholecould be paid ihorlly.it
and o.ii-id.,
ALSO ph-a--d, r which w' ?
Fresh and Goods. thfiu) !stand( iuid dit justice to my old patron*. 1'tr4tss; indebted a She u about 5 feet slurs
New to Ciim .
Pretty tttml} any made in ( ."ria in AMEi
ninl 1 Irilf, Uarrel Miukncl ev.-ry &
QuaiUr : Cm-hoil ninlPowdirisl 1 I Uko to Me are notified that they will ivc 7 or 8 inches high, black no front teeth, and LEWIS

:, 1. LOTS of fine lancy fixing, fr the Lndic". .in' Suij.ir, la\i: iind flit Colloo, Pit'ki1 ls a. ort- ni-pett. in jilciisnre in rewiiftuu-ii'litiK them to a quick cettlement. In my absence, Mr. J.cipcneby Shine about 10 years of ae. hannah has a mother JuneS, 1S50. 99Plows. .
V cheap only re4iiiret to be examined-mnio ed. Pickle.1 lxilUT and .Salmon in oil Diied pUntcr (; trgLt and' 1'lnrid.u CoL
in Ne\\ ille
t Apples, uutxm N ia authoiized to receipt in my name any account-i due ium.-\ or Ttilhiliaa.'fe. known by the name
t I tryiiig to enumerate. Just opened, und ui>uc like Pine Apple Cheese Itiec, Uochcn IJutter, ic. midst and n lias man, l*>)m and ruUed in our me A. IL FEL1CEL. of Mary Ann! Sanchez, formerly Lj! property of Roman ..

them about thewj Cajt-s-portinihr'y'! in prices.; Cal March 20, 1852. 11 t tf no Northern inter' t July 10, !S5'.'. 27 Sanche/s, of Newnansvillc. Tlio above reward JUST received per cbr. Golawct from J ew i *

1 aud examine at IV LADDS.I JOSEPH BOND. _ will be given ujjon her being htMlgd! ill any jail: where ) PloT. assorted, 100 extra Plo! Sb -

', VewpMl, April 24, 1S2., U Extra Cotton Osnaburg, AIBtNTa.; Fittruarv Boots, I can i>t hti, nr upon being delivered to me at Palat- 200 extra Plow Points. For sale bj

4 The heat in the-.World. T1floM.L1; the Howard ructory, Columbus, CJ a. nnjilon- TInS It to t'ertifflint_ I ha\o, in u-o on my, 1R2.['I.mt.vtion S hOES, (J ait errand! Slippers, a beaiitifulas ortnicnLJn kaor Juckicnville Newport, Feb. 28,1852. 8 P.Lots.for .

did article, for Fate at mauu.tturu1trie( ( 8 nn< I this n-efiv1.! and LOUIS M. COXLTI'ER.Jackomvillc .
= ] Lit (County, n sixty saw (Jin, mniiuf.icturcd byliy *t fur ?ale low. Sale.
ey'tt4. Ouritry traders are piirtii-uhu-ly aIetrcd l tWill -) C4 1. !. I I. 'Vat4oII IS5. 16 June 12, 185' 23 tf
a of l'alintra,'whie), I coniJer equal April 24. W. T. MITCHF.LL.
-c sivrd20 boxen tif the abu e, vith direc and examine Ix-f-re n n.isig i nhioad for LARGE aworlnxnt of TALL and
JUST n supplv. :I A
It ( nuide in :
tor HX.e, Ic. For sale bv* New Tort, Mareli 1 1)452.) 10 11, LADD. flit) C.erg1auI eVer' 1)aricu1ar, i.duit Lubin's Extracts. GOODS; comprising all .artidea eteed '
JJavl5-lt52. 19 IltiR A RUST. ._ ecelk tI rny. I hare ..() 1ictatiiu in reconi- Boots and Shoes. market recerred by recent arrivals feoat V YO

: Children's and Youths Clothing mi-ndiny thim'to jil.ontt-rs in Sontli-Wttfm G.-orgiu A FINE Stock,just opened aud for tale by TESSAMINC, Miljt-fleur. Rose, Rough and Ready, for Kile in Lots to niit purhaerNTenihrI.lSl.4Z -
They% are manufactured in our mid- and by a March 2 T S Patchuly. ('eranium, A'iolette, Jockey Club &c.
a Spring and Summer Clothing. TUST r. uved by W. T. MITCH ULL. 1S:2.: 12 HEIR A RUST. J. M. WILLLO1 .

received a"very JianJioiue aMHortnu-utol tu-h- .J May 8, 185*. 18 tf Southern man ; a native ol'onr own tjlonouGeorgia.. ttgethr with a large afwmtment of rlair Combe,

JUST READY MADE CLOTHING, nnbrncinjjvery -DAVID A. VASOX. For Sale Rent Brushes, Toot Fruahcs, Cloth Brushee. Charcoal Paste Saddlery.

variety cf COATS, VESTS wi-1 PANTA- MEXICAN MUSTANG LLNIMEKT.UUGOISTS Palmyra, Loo County March <(\; 1S52. 9 tf or and Powder, Perfumed Soaps, Cosmetic aud Hair Flaidi GOOD a.sortrueutjust received at5fff

d tlic lIE House at present occupied by the FIc.-h Powder, Cold Cream Lip Salve, Ox Mar A Hay U, Is52. 19 HEIRSpring
q LOONS.ufteJ to season, manufactured from the D and Merchants can obtain buppli Salt. ;; family of Dr. John T. J. Wilson, In tli I row, Balm Columbia, French Powder, Bear and Macassur -:

., ft 4. mottt approved nmtwutUt, ttylvt fiwhluuable,woilunauthij at .i.roprict'i rri
t > nn urpas3od. ; A! AWES. nor hark llcsolutk.n.fioui Gl.mces-tfr.an'l to S. W. Wilson, on the premises, Editor of this pa. Needle, Peifurated Paper, te. For tale by latent ftrlp for Genr.Bqand Youth?.

j'rirrnlow to suit thf f times.Ai VLolLCalo g(1.t8 for I'luu-Ia. lor wde low Lv (tho ipiantity, 1 l.y J D. LADD.) per, or M. IX Papv, LVi.: J. P. JORDAN it Co. THE and ft it. sale by31arch

t tU i.1 1,1W2. W W. T. MITCHELL M.Lih 9,1653.I If rehit; Man 'JO, 1 i 5':', 11 JiilyOl, 1502. r.O tf (;JuiDy< Juae 10. IS J'\: -Jl It -27,153'i 12 tI: jL'ST