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: October 30, 1852
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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cB.RIES E.: DYKE. TALLAHASSEE,-FLORDA, OCTOBER 30., 1852. -- --- = -. -- -.-- -VOLUME IV--NO. 43. .

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SPEECH Esq., 1 these subjects touch slavery, to the Fugitive j hasty manner in which it was erected into a :t'-od uncommitted to the maintenance, and (I upon thssc twenty years, holding the same name, dittr from tho
X"mJ n-ratic Alternate Elector for tho Middle{t. Slave Law and the law abolishing the slavei State by military authority and dragged into reused to commit himself to the maintenancei '''and been the lrinclll''ariy il Northomwing in the ( point wllici
1 D'arct i I trade in the District of Columbia. Under Itho Union wihont any prior nutlwrtJt express !;I i the rights of the South secured by the fugitive I defender of them, and that makes him such ;. heretofore constituted( tho difference (
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rnIirrred at Clllhcxli County, this platform, tho fanatics may go on iigita- or implied, any act Congress slave 1 I law. And( now 1 ask you how I a man. He has quit I his I profession and home, tho Republican and Federal partes. Tho
en Tlurla.l, September ttVniTi[ : mid, so far as Internal Im- Columbia, or in the public grounds, or the ;, them to do the high sovereign act of etc more and Webster out of the South i Lookat met our enemies face to face, fought the battle Goverllntt and the principles construingour
,incits were concerned, the Whigs! now '' slave trade between the States, and violate ating a State. Hut sullicient it is for our the Convention Wh"l was it ever known ', of our constitutional rights on the fugitive! Constitutson, Ill by each-tLo Southern
i'v I very different ground fr'' 1.what none of this or any other of its resolutions. : purpose to fix the responsibility where it be- before that the Nom them wing of the whig slave law, and ('uml victorious.. If you ingoing tl h'cl by their State rights
ihcv formerly held on this suhJccl They I : But as to these tyro subjects, the Fugitive I longs. The State was made: by a com'CI. part stood arrayed in solid phalanx against desert such a nan: who never deserted you principles to the theory of Jefferson and .Madison \
"" p pvcrnwk A,platform before they mot in the Slave Law and that abolishing the slave tion called by : military (;o\crmlntt and the undivided South-and that too, upon the mil the darkest hour when your rights were in -the Northern wing holding to that of
Balti: 'orc Convention, and when they trade in the District of Columbia // thrlurcsi that act met the appro\:1 of (ten. Taylor amid's'as .,, nomination of a Northern man-the South pei yon abandon }yourselves to the mercy Adams and Hamilton. Thus you pcrccivu
I'cent there! to make one, they disjrded ,;i thrc a final settle/unit only until germ: sanctioned the has become sectionalized tho
t an1e, together i :i apprved by present j marching in unbroken ranks under the banner a rude stream that must forever hide you your party by
r 11:1)of their former vague and looselotions I''and erpi rit'ticc hll demonstrate the necessity I Executive who signed the bill for her admis- of a Northern man because he stood : He never bowed the knee at the shrine of this two wings holding diametrically opposite theories 1
; 01 t:3: subject; and he thought had :j of further ll'gisbtion.'hat time! Until ,I ion; and that, too, :against the protest of the committed{ to sustain the fugitive slave law ; idolatry, but consecrated his devotions on and (principles of construction of our
ane to ) Calhoun 1 s Report fort creed : the I Free-No/Vfrs! of our Constitution" shall I ablest len oldie South, and after the almost and the almost unanimous North ,voting for that altar erected to liberty hy our fathers.In .- Constitution. The nominee i is their candidate
F%on which to base their Resolution. For- ( get into power'Jt I experience and whose j unanimous South had{ \-otec :against the act. the man who stood uncommitted to 1 'tlil. l his character you 1l"t an illustration of representing their principles, not yours.
\,' Y they held the right for the Federal i I experience i That of (thc North-or that ofi 'j J Yes the balance of power was lost, and lost this law by nn p"IIa speech or act of his; the republican simplicity; the incorruptillt Yon cannot, therefore, consistently with your
governmoiit; ; (to cut Canals make Turnpike i the South ? Who is to judge of this time i i under a whig ncliuitrtiol, and now the life and who r.18C'S) up to this time to commit integrity, and tip; strong sense justice principles, with duty. to your section, or jus ;
and{ r.nil broadnd many other such works, !1 and experience those who arc opposed to whig party : are running aman in favor himself! Who urged him with niostz al upon I:I which charactenzed! the men of a former gen tice to yourselves, give him your support.Hut .-
through the States, and within tho States--; this law and who have the I power of this ?gov. : of increasing that balance of power against the COln'utiol which nominated him !- i eration. Whilst others denounced as immor- if you were to drop the name of whig,
but now \ their Resolution they arc for. eminent in their hands, or those whose. rights us by the annexation of Canada but} opposed Who, now }boa it most loudly of him as their f;Jal the obligations which your I lathers imposed !I( now that the old! party measures no longer
toifitnng the action: of the 1 Federal (loveinneiitontiiN it was intended to l''tlL nod who are utterly 1 to taking 1 in Mexican 'j"crrtor '. The star; candidate J The n1ulitiol and freesoil wings '!upon their descendant( and recognized :,i i divide u<, and cast your votes for the candidate i.
subject-first,t I Harborsnnd nav- I powerless in the tO\llll'lt; : to fctivngtli- of empire lies North, ud that is the star of of the X:.orth. same men who were '! higher law thu the Constitution, he denounced who holda that theory of our (;O.-ern- ,
table River, vxcluuing all other subjectssrcM'i :, cn and render it more ollectuaH! If it was his hopes. The Noith star is the polar light tut tied out of ol'.ice by Filmol}because they I them as guilty ofirtiutl treason," and! meat in which!, you feel your rights and institutions
to those only/: 1rhcl lIC((',<'ar! for the given to the South in its present form only by which he shapes his political course. After refused to execute this lw. TIC went up strove to bring the country back to the faith : secure, you.would( '-ut\ for General
common deft l 'ncc, or for the protection and as a Compromise' in exchange f for v }bat they such strong Noi them indications, it i is notsurjv.iMtig to i lialtimore to turn Ilil out, :, he turned of our lathers. Like the eddy stone, he biuke Pierce. t
ficilitv!: of rommorcc with, foreign notions or !i got by the other measures of that l'unpronine } that they made him their standard-: them out Their principles ar' CljCHl'dtn the current of that fanaticism: which !Wl'pttll Tho course the chief organ of the whig
among the States, fmrlO! to th'se, I-M.USS, and_ if tlie. whole Xunlll'r Whig vote. hearer In none of these "incidents" is there tliis law, and for its, repe.-il. Scott : great Im'l of the North, one after another party of this. :State,and their speakers, pursue
in fivry instaner. tl. are Yltiml! AMIriU with the exception of three, was recorded' any pledge-! I guarantee: of his- safety or unuumiee:111(1, their paiticular, favorite. Could }beneath its wa\.c.. I He bought out the old, / old part issues, has reduced! tho issue of
>v.KiIN* TJItK 41 \ : and yet i agate:t it on its passage, and if they are luW soundness on these great principles in which '. am'thing make him, so but l.is principles !- republican path:, mil followed the land marksof tins eanvas3 down to : single point-and that
with this T'ii1lutiol! before them, they ntJsc : opposed to it t, and :U'l agitating its repeal, the general:, weal of this Union alt the particular How stood he in the South before ho received .Madison and Jc! r3ul. He is a disciple i is. the comparative soundness of the two candidates -
: den.; Pieco: for voting against the.approtiiutiou :'how long before experience will justify in welfare/: of the South is bound upI .- the nomination ? Ask CIHlt Toombs,, of that school of State rights! men. He stood on the subject of the constitutional:
ofno-it-yto: objects which do not their judgment, its modification ? And they j|I Call HIOI him for his sentiments on the fugi Stephens, Cl'ltrrt; \\' : ald whig, with Calhoun and Levi Woodbary during one rights of the South on the slavery question. f
conic within their own platform.. To. thow having the power and being the judges in the live l\"C law !-You hall as well call spirits oracles. Was he unsound before, then what of the most trying periods of our hHory, contending Having shown Gen. Ct to be a Northernman
that 1 he\J is <''PP"S0 Io 'Iltcmallllro' lcltSt easeill modify it to suit their notions, not :: fiom tle vasty deep They winot Cll'. has he done or said since to make him better hand to hand against the advocatesof : with Xorther sentiments-nominated
],tvliaiv 1, l'IIJi.hld' hi'ol. t appronrriuriatins our Now, how does this position of the ;;: But cal upon him fur his: on abolition a l-o t corrupt' and rninoas system: of measures by the Northern! wing of the whig party
; ( ) to icmovc obstructionsfiom Whig jKirly: coincide with that of the (:l'or. ,, !slavery in the District of Columbia, Thus you find no incident: in the history, and though! he and they t .l in that contest holding a theory of our Government different
a 51.11 :trl'f running,g through two | gi: Conn'utiul, which I have said decided ,, that open question lot cO\crlt by the 1 platfoim of this convention: nor :anythini! which! I has against superior; numbers, yet the light; from that held )by the Southern wing and
Counties this ;l3tc'S that necessarv t this question for the South by its moral inilii-: -and he instantly replies that Congress transpired since, calculated: to inspire youwith elicited by the clash of their arms reM'alcdto that it is dangerous: for the South to supportthe
1 for the common defence or for the pro. l'UCc! I is clearly tit direct conflict \\ith.5t, has the jiower to abolish it, either by the con I: confidence in his principles. 1 think I : the country; the danger against which they nominee of the party thus sectionalized
t'ctOt; :: of commerce, or was the inpiovemcntoftlic : leciaU.s i docs not reach the case of sent of the inhabitants} or bv remunerating have made it clear, judging him by the 1 jirincij'Ics contended, and the people vindicated their le us briefly advert to the history of Generl' .
Chipala River I a work National o slavery in the District. of Columbia I the owners. To which sub.of.the !an'lnes. of those who nominated hiU ,nll( their' course at: the next. election. The bank bill Pierce, and examine. his- poiiol on this vital
general: in its character ? If not tt wlYLlSe i but leaves that fti an open 1 lU .tiOI. tine does I this I corrirlnt'' consign 1 him i .. cOItructiol of the platform, and his own ; was vetoed-the bankrupt: law repealedthesub question.Let .
("en. Pierce for doing just what J This is bad enough had been fairly got by i> There is nothing in any of these incidents strong Northern indications, that this coon -treasury rc-estibli., and the protective us first examine the Democratic platform t
lie.bjuad to do by their pl.itform. i i jtho South, but whel tome of those who as- to which he invites as a pledge or guarantee ins. gone North. All of the Southern hunt- : tariff of ISJ'-i :uhtitult by the revenue and n"cl'l.tail if it is sound. J declares
As to the boast of Judge Maker of being : >Mbted in rnaF trig it considered it as the : of his soundness. Thl1 where shall we go emu said they had searched diligently, for histrackbur tariff of IS 10. .\IJ now, I ask wT.at j partyin that the democratic party will nlidt
in favor of the Compromise from the beginiiiii !Condition, of a bargain-in consideration that I for the (proof of his soundness on these vital they had heard of his fame North this Slate: propose to change these democratic by and adhere to the J faithful execution of tho l
and that he was the only man who I the South or some nf them would go for questions i Shall we go to the history of th ; -and that} the nearest they ever heard of his measures for those of the old Federalparty act known as the Compromise measures, 1
\'IcI1.nnJ b.l} tHy! denounced the Nashville : thrir rdiuli'lalr, it becomes a mere rope of 1! Haltimore lol\cltiol'. Then to that' le us coming South, was when he said it was the I Indeed, some of the whig oratorsdisclahil settled by the last Congresshe act for rtturiu f
Convention: and all of its adherents, he cicutt1Y :\ sand too weak to bind those who lent their i i go The first chapter in that history pre. moral duty of l slave l owners and slaveholding -. any issues. in this State on the tariff ', fugitives from son ice or labor incud0 ,. 1
: him -1' particle of the glory he arrogated [; aid upon such conditions to make it ; and as cents us with tierce;. men, candidates for the States; to meliorate the condition ofslavery : banks, or internal improvemer, all no ed ; which act, being designed to carry
to himself for having occupied such a potition. an evidence of this fact, 1 appeal! to the cour,( nomination. The greatest living statesman even to extermination, and then\ they attempt has been made: to repeal tho tariff of au express prObioof the Constitution, cannot -
: \\lio\\\\ that! subject was before (Con- their prominent organs arc now f pursuing, of the, woild first attracts our attention. HeI took his. track :II'rrcc' him uj, still going 1610, or the sub-tretsun., under the present with fidelity thereto be repealed, or so ,
grew, all parties at the South belt that if tht' saying they "scorn and, spit upon it.. I, :tooc committed: to the fugitive: slave law, and North, until he went through Lundy's Lanes whig adlliliJlriol: and thus they Jicl their changed as to destroy or impair its efficacy ; j
measures then {II'nJilJn'H.. pissed, theiiriehts rNow. let' turn from their platform to their, rl'cli\'l.cm average! of tWt'ntY.lilCot i, into Canada. Then the North took up the tacit acknowledgment, as well as' public and that they will resist all attempts: at renewing
would be ,.joItl'c. lenre tlCl1 candidltlt and scrutinize his jirincij.les. and -a .(: l'ts ml, who said it was un- chase, and run him down to Blhimorl and testimony! to the soundness of democratic in Congress or out of it, the agitation .'
together and agreed ( arms ol i I I' the figure he ruts on this platform and see 1 constitutional to admit another slave State: treed him, and our business here to-day i is: to principles on tiiese; subjects. TII'nht on the slavery question, und whatever
patty warfare and to unite until this! threat whether it does not bear out to almost a moral ,, into the Union, and that if the South should l'ir,rce him down And now, I ask you, \ principle[ does ('Jen. Scott" represent which shape or color the attempt may be mdt.
fried invasion of their rights. wa adjusted.-. certainty, what I have inflrrcc of their plat ,,I CUll to his door and} w.l it, they would get t whig friends:, in all candor, if this agitationcan : yon would sacrifice by toting against him Can anything bo more clear and explicit ?-
They wanted to prevent what they concc\d I form. If his position on great issue of, no concession from -and -\et, with such be {put down by st-ctiontli/.ing: your par- J It is true, he, said he would have votl{ for How does Gen. Pierce like these principles: !
To bi' an attempt to rob them 0 I l erjua] !I 1 this campaign is., to say the beet nf it, no Idt'r strong Northern sentiments; :ti glowing!' tvf: a I know it i is natural; for nn-n' "f !butt{! tIl bank: }li:m!!, v.hicli hoi.cst John Tyler yetOCdhut I accept: the nomination upon the platform -
rights in Territories acquired from Mexico. than limy construction of their J hat foun! 0:1: his lips:, he wa odious in sight! because parties;: to p.-illiate: and{ put tl, l best construction Webster has said the hal, is an 1 adopted I by the Convention, not be- i,
We all remember: that both patties ir i the Southcin people of neither; party C:1 cons ,, he stood committed to this law. Tht' upon the errors of jiolitical associates obsolete idea, at'd if so, you would sacrifice i cause this i is (xpcctet of me as : candidate,
Ill! (Cuuntv took common, ground on thi sistenly i support }Iim. Thfli if he :accepted next t man who ntmctour attention: is .Mil-" of both slYtnh.. But here is a case nothing cm this subject. It is equally true but because principles it embraces command -
subjo-et, and that they! acted i ii:, union will I, the nomination .with the ie>oliitiuns annexed lard Fillmorethe: : "model I'je.-ideiit, ii: wliis. :: which admits! of no extenuation. Now, the that he said( he would haveoted for the I the approbation of my judgment, and .,
the jvcumniiMidation of .Mr. Cabell and omSunstavs ,*' under my CII trctiol ofllio re:.,ln- tilec Let him t peak fur himself.: IKwrote quoslion with yon i is, whether you will j pcr.I bunktnpt! bill-that: whig l law by which! men I! with th?1 I believe I Cl safely say there has
iu Congress. The people, throughout .. times:, he, i i. nnsoniid,; ami not entitled to the a l.al/: the Haliimoio: Conventionwhich ]i lit, party to ll'coll sectionalin-d, or paid their just debts-but I know no man, Lt'CI no word nor act of my life in conflict."
South were alarmed! and they united t<,,, au lira go of those who attach: any importance he entrusted to the friend represeutimi'the i ;; had'Uil you Ilt better l lend your aid t to .conquer whig or democrat, in ft\orof such a law now.Then How docs this independent, fearless: and
defend tlemselvos against this common dan.jror. ." to soundness on the l l't'f.IIU(',tiol. \\.hat district from New York which he formerly a peace" on this subject, bv defeating you woull l sacrifice nothing on this frank avowal of his princqiles i contrast with {
And now so farts these measures are con construction he gives these resolutions from: I represented and authorized him to withdraw ,this attempt, to sectiunali/eyotir party '. Your subject. A protective tariff( cannot benefit the cautions obscurity and atr.biguity of his
jia'::"sngf-only two remain within the reach no one can assert unless his appeal to a long circumstances dictated the }propriety of this the! lest if duty'> your country) or justice injuie. most of the great interests of the iml tins with the resolutions annexed :I" But s i
of Il'Lislltilu-the: Fugitive IaJiW, and public life in the closing paragraph of tlt. course, and! instructed him, in trrititi";! to to yourselves }bids i yon: disobey the behests South, and hence we find no one in this State in these times it is not enough for the Democrats -
the law:{\' abolishing h1tmde trict letter affords us some clue. Let us then exarninc hand this letter to the President of the Con your party. The future homes :::c fire-:ides seriously J contending for a change in the of the South that their candidate-
of l\Ulltl'! I. The : haJ :right to theformer the incidents of his public life, or thcch.i \"l'ltiol upon the withdrawal of his name- of your dlillln'l cluln, you to }hear disp.'ission.'itelv preset.;! t"tiU.cct'lt a few Northern men should never have said or done anything contrary -
by an express provision of the Coriatitutiutthe chapter of his history, to sec if we have Hear him for yourselves: : and cl'chl\ -dly the great scattered tl( country. Notwithstanding to (he principles of their pltform-11
: lth'l they coui'cr.t! an in- any a&Miranco of his hUUldl18S, I appeal to. "After that had passed: I concluded{ to issue of this canvass.: you defeat this atteinjl then, (:(n. Scott may: be in favor must have committed himself :affirmatively to
fl'g'\'ut: and abridgement 01 I light} :, this, fur this assurance, because lie h:1 withdraw my name by a published} address} to to sectionali/e the whig j arty, yon divorce of a protective tariff: seeing it cannot benefit their principles by his words and actions, ;
The former( was opposed to the moments of done &o before me. He invites the inquiry, the people and prepared: one :lccor ingIJ ; it from the slavery: agitation. When your ilt'rlts. you would sacrifice nothing ,:otherwise he is doubtful. Such does not r
the othr people, but the South had :''and he must abide the consequence of a can-1! but this. coming to the knowledge of!Ole of put both parties on this ground, and ar- on this subject Lvoting against him. The! ( 'l1 to bo the case \ith the SoUtIr Whigs.They .
sight to i hth Constitution-the latter did investigation his position aud principles. mile friends, they rejiiescnted to me that my .ou r:1" tht'l both against the abolitionists, your truth is, there is not one whig measure in require no such rigid They can
was opposed to the sentiments of the Southrn His first essay on the slavery question withdrawal, at that time, would not only endanger work is done on this subject, your Union will which you have any iutcn'st which you would not even claim the bent tit of :doubt in favor -
people, and to the principles of the Constitution was strong in its consolation and lJlf'/ it the perpetuitoftlls' measures which be rescued from this yawning gulf, And fu- sacrifice by voting against him. Un the f! of their candidate, so clearly and Etrongl.V
and the North had no light toil.- held out to the Northern people.. To 'Icour. I deemed bo essential to the peace and welfare generations, (enjoying: the blessings of a contrary, the country is prosperous under is he committed against them. Gen.
Wvll, bur the fkl of the Union, the South age their hopes he appeals: to the history of of the country, but would sacrifice many free government thus j perpetuated to th"I, this revenue tariff: and experience has demonstrated : stands: committed to sustain our constitution.
hail they could submit tu the law abolishingthe ancient Israel who were lilJcntct frol bondage friends who had ;told by my' administration' will rise up and call you blessed. Hebukeb } the efficiency and utility of the sub-. wl!l rights by a course of unexampled consistency .
slave trtJl in the District of Columbia, by divine ihtcrpo.itioil. 1l' then asserts in the dark and perilous crisis through whichit 'ourOiCl' and influence, and your votes, treasury to cOlluc.t the financial affairs {four for a period of nearly! twenty years,
and the manner in which CJ1urlit"j it to be "a high moial ot/lgatiol of mastersand had so recently jiassed. The frt WS:1 this:timeserving policy, this jianderingto the Government, and no party proposes to always voting with the South on this sub-
brought, and the dhi-iul upon slavcs-hulding :tlte'! to employ all means appeal to my 1:11 iolil, and to fanaticism which aims ate! overthrow of change either of them. Then .I do not wonder ject in every aspect in which it was presented -
the condition, that! the North would execute not incompatible with the safety of both colors my gratitude. could lesisl. .neither, and your institutions, whether it be done openly j j|I when I hear Southern \\higs disclaimany when he was in either house of Congress,
the Fugitive lave Law in good faith. Sub- to indurate slavery even to ( t'llil.1'I therefore! yielded to their request, and consented : or by" jnresrrring ( signijictint; ; silclrl". Do. !' division of sentiment on these subjects. and by his speeches nll letters since he re- :
nut tu throe t rtil wrong, for the sake of tion." Your morl duly-jtronounccd so by the.:. that my name should lemain here it /ot couutt"'::ancc I by 'Ollvotc's those who :They are convinced that Southern lights and t tired from public He was one of'tho
tine doubtful rirl.t Thus you tee who the man who said he owned no slaves himself: a was, until time should slit,+y, as I presumed encourage by theirconduct the enemies' ofyour institutions are more secure under : strict committee which rejioited a resolution declaring
real Union 1 loving! Il'n of this country aie. Northern man pronouncing upon the moral would, that its Anther use could neither benefit institutions. Show to the pt'nIIe> of the! construction of the Constitution than under.. that "abolition petitions should be .
They are the 11'1dl\ make great sacrifices;,I i i duty of slave owners and la\'l States. This t I them nor the cause which we all had so Not iii that the man who boldly) himself that broad and dangerous theory, that it laid on the table without either being printed S,
for it. I have heard) : great deal. talked abut ,. is one of the ;incidents to which he appeals to much at heart." your friend, by defending your cllstitutionn belongs to the discretion of Congress," (instead : or referred, and that no further action should
: the /fitit.of the Compromise 'ui jir'tntipfc give you assurance of his fidelity to the piin- He did not wilulrn\ his !name because itwould { rights agun.-.t:! your enemies, at their : of the Constitutions ,) "to pronounce be had on them." He advocated this reso
anti ,.,!( !-but the only 1 finality I i I ciples of the resolutions he :t1Il'X'C1 Snch ; endanger jKrjtet? rity of those 1llS- verv dour and in their own country, deserves upon the objects ( general welfare."- lution in the committee and voted for it on
gain favor of in t finality of _"ortbcT,,- i i sentiments frOI :lan: like ( ;C'I. cutt 1:113-. ures which Ill'ch'l'llt so essential to the peace your confidence!: and support, ami you will This is the theory of the government which its passage. He voted for similar resolutions .
fttu'wus upon ."'orthrl UiuiVrs. The great;, ed in the South! could, not but lend moral and welfaie! of his country but consented to thereby} strengthen your friends that region. the Northern wing; of the whig party hold.A .- offered by Mr. Owen, of Georgia, and even #
l rijre; State of the South, Georgia, hats firm- 1 I I power to that fanaticism; which is \ (insti- let. it remain where it was, until time IJuht'show where yon most need 11 il.In'ah'l your wide spread( cOI\iciol among them of its stronger resolutions offered. by .Mr Calhoun. J
1)}' in }her sovereign CC'U\ltOI that 1 gating a crusade against our institutions. ashe presumed it would, that its furtheruse enemies, pre serve'sour rights, and save your truth is the origin of this slavery agitation ; He not only voted for Mr. Cahoans! resolutions -
the Union of these States depends upon certain Such genlinv.Mit marked him, as the fit candidate could n-ither bench' hisrie11ds/ nor the Union. Now that the balance of power is'' for it would strike any one as utteily senseless but defended them in a clear and for- .
conditions, one of which i is the niainten- of those who brought about his noinination. cause he and they! had s.> much at heart.- in their hands: your lights depend upon their to agitate or introduce into national politics I; cible speech. And for his firm and consistent
wceofihe: t'ugitive.AareJ.tv unimpaired ;j i "Jmt .)u: \H'l.:>" would his withdrawal fidelity to their plighted faith. For httpur- 31)subject unless they believed the t course on this subject he has won the unmit
ia its present t'fiicicney.: Th a action ofCtorgia Tie next "incident" of his life which indi: I'I, .endanger The fugitive bl.n'l law was poses did l these: States ordain our Constitution government had power, under the igated curses and abuse of the abolitionists.
on l4! > subject 'U deemeditd by catCs position on this subject, is his ('an- : one of them. "'IIt" fl ilIJI:" would it "sac- { To establish justice not to dlstr.it"it.To :1 Constitution, to act upon it. Hut believing In his speech at Manchester said "thede-
most of the Southern people because the \ ada letter. If he bad been interrogated with ': rifice !ft The friends of this and tho other \ ensure domestic traIJluit. pro-1 I I> that it belongs" to the' discretion of Congress| feat of the first attempt to pass the Compromise -
ourso fclie took cOIiJcr'Jt'' horn her j a view to ascertain his sentiments on this. subject 'I subjects the Compromise. I How( would i' mote sectional for the ', to pronounce upon what are the objects of' ovoiuhelmed him with apprehension,
t lat\.t j OMiion to the rest of the South, as I and had confined Lis answer to such interrogatory .eldl" er" these ineasutes ?r' This htcl i common defence, not to incite the inhabitants the general welfare: ," and believing that it' understanding that it was intended to give to
< tch he for the time of tho (question then ag't he might have stood in a 1lircr''' was written on the 10th of June, a few days ; of one section to c 'i war and mutual extermination. ,',, would be for the general( welfare to rid the the South a sense of greater security for one "
>ited. Georgia :declared she would hubmito : position thal lie now occupies. Hut it does *: before the meeting of the Convention. The ( To promote tho general welfare! country of slavery"t this belief forms the basis j of their rights than they felt they had for sometime I
the part upon the condition that no further i i not appear that he was interrogated-and if t I delegates were elected, and their candidates: : not to destroy the institutions of one half of I-, jossessed." Which one of their rights ? "
3o'grfiMous were committed, 'but if the Fugitive he had been, his answer was entirely Noith- ''! before the country for the nomination. The these States. To secure the blessings of liberty I theory 1 Tho restoration of fugitive slaves. He went .
Slave Iaw were repealed, or in any W: ern, and such as no Southern man ought to ;! character of the delegates was known and itis to ourselves anc our posteriYt not to: they would have the right to pass an act abolishing further, and said, if the constitution provided ..,
impaired in its. efficiency, bc would, as a Jn), subscribe to. If he was in favor of the an- I j' presumed that the favorite candidates of the forge chains to us in political I slavery in the States and for that jmr- for the restoration of fugitive slaves it
resort, disrupt the tics which bound her tothe j nexation of Canada, Jet him bay so-he hay.I i I different delegations reflected their (pdnciples.1 equality with our slaves. Reciprocal justice : poso apply the revenues of the Government, should be done-that was what he wanted
Union. And the action of Georgia did said so-but the manner in which he said it. .Mr. Fillmore knew the elements which would ; constitutes the bond and 0.)' cndurng''' either to buy up your slaves, or to translo/ to do-that was what our fathers agreed we
decide, by its moral influence, the questionfor t( fixes him as a XortlH.r man with olt"cr I compose this cou\'cntiol when he wrote this basis:of Union between these They (. them without your consent, thus JtHl. should do-and that was what the friends of i
the South. The rest of the South have i sentiments of the most (dangerous character. letter. Then how and by \hol would these,II have stipulated in this Constitution to render own money for your own ruin. "This is the the U lion established by them wan ted to do.
equiosced in her decision uj>or. her condi I Hear what he says-" though opposed to in.1 I measures be endangered upon his withdraw this justice' to each other. Each State and I leading idea of William II. Seward, the great;> He held such language throughout the cxci-
tions. What ground do the two parties and corjorating with us any districts densely peopled al Not by the nomination of .Mr. Webster, section of this Union are bound, L) obligations leader of one Hank of the Northern whig parI i ting Cl.ass in which this speech was made,
their candidates] occupy on this eubject !-I with the Mexican race, I shout! bemo t .I because he stood comultcd to them.-j high and holy as freemen assume, i' ty, and i ii sanctioned if I mistake not, by the and on no occasion did he fail to recognize
The Resolution of the Whig Convention happy to fraternize with our Iorthl'r and I I Then it i h clear he did not mean that the; to fulfl to each other their plighted faith.: high authority of DmielV cb5ter, the leaderof j your constitutional rights and to insist upon
considers the Compromise measures, the Fugitive neighbors." It me as nomination of 11'ebsterwould endanger these 1 1J11stlee[: demands that they do this, and le the conserativo wing of that party, who, I j t the faithful execution of this law. His speeches -
1:1' Law included, as a final settlement Iorh-em.ter was his idea would not be taken, measures-and as there was but ono more ,''justice, ; be done if tho lea.ens fl! The think, suggested the application to this purpose and letters are so full of testimony on this .
in principle and substance, of the sni- and therefore ho premises his d'cartiol in candidate and he the most prominent at the Constitution provides for of fugitives of the money arising from the public do- > point, that it would exhaust your patience,
JI'I to which they! relate-until time and favor of the annexation orC:1lda pro time this letter was written, and as Fillet ore from justice. \'ho would feel secure main. Thus you j perceive these two great I were I to attempt to quote them. But hear
exl eiience shall demonstrate the necessity of test against: the acquisition of any from Mex knew what sort of men were most zealous in in their J lives if the assassin murderer could exponents of both factions; of the Northern his answer to his party who invited him to i
further: legislation, &c. In the first place ico. !In favor of annexing Canada, and thereby I his support and how and why they were sent escape the penalty of the violated laws of his whig pity meet on this common ground- join them in celebrating their victory overtire !
|!'''it resolution H confined in its spirit and its increasing the already overgrown powerof to the Convention, the conclusion is irresistible State by fleeing into Georgia ? The sameConstitution This is the rock upon which this theory drives I enemies of this law :
language to the system of measures call- the North-but opposed to annexing nn that lie meant that these measures uoul provides that slaves fleeing from you. It is the rock upon which the,rightsof Coxconn, Jlarcb 16. 182.
the and frs the sla- become ) be endangered ly the ; .- one State into another shal bo restored to the States and the institutions of the South I Mv Dear Sir:-Y"nr letter of the lath instwayduly
to which
Compromise; from Mexico by possibility UOJuaOI
might I
he t been their This could not have: be wrecked together, if at all. Hence rceinJ ,yieltl .wit extreme reluctance t .
further and owners.
t'ery9uestiot: i is concerned, is confined in its slave States and thereby restore the Hut he goes says sacrificed wi t f me the pleasure of
signing and attempting to execute been formed without these stpulationst and I Southern whigs are abandoning it by first f in ilcc. The partic-
the by
to that subject, to two acts lost balance of j power to the South-well ratng your ju" vict.r seems t lack n t
iilllicatio\the Fugitive Slave Law and the knowing that tho negroc's foot could never this law, and that it should be a subject of felicitation cannot bo perpetuated but ) faithful disclaiming any further. issues with the democratic ', ufcoiuiiletrnoco. It triurr of right ,
his execution. Then he who is favor of their I on those which over wrcn;--of the deinacac sIngle-hancLtl all
g the slave trado in the District tread the white snows of Canada, and equally to any man to bo able to serve | measures were ) over
: execution is in favor of justice and Con tho legitimate of this odious and t factious and all combiuatliw--of riDELirr TO TUBCossTiTiTiox
Then he
of himself. our
Columbia. I by sacrificing was offspring
does touch the slavery country
not well that slavery was by natureadapted and the Union
I knowing over to ?
question' sacrificed'for Scott and he thought the nom stitution, and is friend to tho Union and the dangerous theory. The Northern I both. VITC\L TE
j in any other does IwtCl1Jecae to the soil and climate of Mexico.We .- a Present my thank t the committee of arrangement x
the agitation aspec. I questions lizard from Col. Ward sonic time since ination of the latter, knowing by whom it rights of the States whether North or South. wing of your arty are essentially and thor- *, my congratulation t the meeting mud
an 1 those any does not touch the about this balance of He would be brought about,would endanger these Scon A MAN is FRANKLIN PIKHCE. Such he oughly federalists of the school of Adams i wit them, i if you plm: ac. the subjoined intiDlet
case of tbuSctled I something Io\n r. Fillmoro and Webster, both has ever shown himself to be. He stands. and Hamilton, in their theory of the (lorern-t' I haste Tour .
abolition great
of slavery in the His said it was lost to the South. chargedthe measures. F lLtNliPIERCE.. tlion.
trict of Columbia, or of the 11:1'0 trade, bowecn democratic party with its loss I the hasty Northern statesmen by reason of being committed I upon our platform because its principles com.maud went, whilst the Southern wing are characterized SarauM II. Ayer.
tIC! States, but i is confined explicitly to acquisition of California. But )failed to to these measures were sacrificed for the approbation of his judgment, and I by strong State fight principles ; so The Comjrouji4| Meanrc of 1P50 and the Newt
the nbkrts fft this Compromise, aud so far as I charge upon the! prcict:! admmhltaticu tie I I groan who, though boa:,tilg Southern birth, I I that makes him cuch :mau. He has stood that the Southern wing of the party, though Uatnpsbire Dotaccncv-fpou? the frnaer, the latter


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-- -- -- within! about -z
< ,. --- -- More Praise of Gen. Pierce.The I tion is the subject t. until should editor
Florida Election1M2. I Whig of one whom I There u a whig in Uwtli Carolina
,. Ute fixed th* Mai tof their emphatic approbation DEMOCRATS As it is, I have the assurance by tit
r madea to
: Jioith, South East West under the Con- lSt2. isO. Hon. A. H. Shepperd, of North Carolina, dii-redit the evidence oC my own .e12esU the bOrne of Eborn who edits a paper called the
: 'Ai J' I iw no ito no In the and language of tile as soon ft.,
.. ; .Ututioo-but a tacred maintenance of the common I spirit-stirring J JI' speech to the whigs in that State a_few days <.-- doubt, that thft IItl\fe' lent of the" Old Dere er..upported mouth Villager. In a late number of Lls
of tlie 23d! December pp.ilets L
have the victory
Union of
.4 ,f tuod and true devotion w tLe common brot 11M we gained I lIe stated that he was a delegate to the Baltimore metric by the vnprwioni Captain broad himself loose in favor of Scott and
but tbe battle of the 8th of is ytt to be 1.,1 & that denial of it cannot be too Gniam sod
January I'
f :3 false, and the
: ; i Afterwards we find him urging the convention seduced in COU "IES. Q. w w OIl a I whig convention that nominated ( ('. Scott, and voted against Pierce and King as follows:

which nominated him to come up to I fought. Will you suffer yourselves to be ,I! I o III
J the mark of constitutional right He said to apathy I or will you not nerve yourselves with !' O 0 cJAll1'hu& r-J : StaniLu d (R: eigll.)iu git'ing au aceountof the speech We notice, by the last Sentinel, ;our neighbor's free suffrage and the Compromise moires. but faTOr cf

1 '. the battle in New additional J vigor r for the final struggle with your political i : ?381 230' 163' 155 I I undergone no bitterly opposed to having the Maine HLr are
Hampshire has
i- I having fought Calhoun, ..2jt.j ; 70 I, 79, 87 79 say*: opinion of democratic nominees i Lav y
I upon the Fugitive Slave LAW, and up. opponents I Columbia I 22 3o4, 287 339 I. The speaker aid he was intimately acquainted with change since 1848. At that time be regarded Gen. forced upon tin American peo l. R. PratklM Jill

." '::: I- on what he believed to be the ground of The wreath of triumph i is now on your brow.- Dade, i 8-11' 31-11'I I 12 3 Gen. Pierce. He knew him to be u gentleman of undoubted 'Cuss with less respect" than almost any other man forced Pierce is in favor the American of having this odious and is Jlaine Law to- jJ1$11ou
constitutional ho dekired the approval The past week sees you the victors of the field. You I! 1)uval. 341 2.-1'' 273 3311' 29; 210Eseamnliia and enviable talents, of very modest and unassuming upon people running swift
't t f I right, I and of which in the democratic ranks while now he believes Gen. at the North upon that ground. OeD Pierce is
2-1U 1946 possessed qualities
23-1! 2121 ] pretensions I
have carried State and the Empire ; 225.
the .
of the Democracy of the He Keystone I Presidential hon to equal suffrage,to the
1 country. Franklin, i&i; 'j would render him capable discharging the duties of Pierce i is the weakest candidate for posed compromise, and to the
t t. said if tho not : State of the West. You have swept the State of In 2j IliKj 89jl VI1J5I protection of American industry. What in
arc alluded to the the
Compromise measures
f I Gad&den I 402, 458. 4:2I H II 46 I the Executive in a proper manner. He ors" ever set upl I We quote- name
t 5 !. to l L substantially and firmly maintained, the !I diana. Do these trophies furnish any reason for overweening I Hamilton I 149' IG'I j ;1 19j 1591! I3 1341lernando I I charge of aboiti! 'ni!>ni started against Gen. Pierce; he Stormy times we believe, are ahead of the Republic of God can force the such democratic party be thinking about ia
1 \ : plain right secured by Constitution will be :; confidence in your success-for the slightest I 61 I' 106 lu6 64 S2 IH r stated that although the General seemed to be in. a and neither of thecandidater are precisely-- ..901eseec

: ; trampled in the dust. What .plain lights''relaxation I I iu your gle>rions effoits Far from it.- IIhllsoorougb. II 124t 196 1t3 127 1JSj( J-I I I pretty tight place ns regards the New Boston spee< h, as we would bave to meet them. But never, in all pie
I / I he had l him for along The Raleigh Standard congratulates
holmes. I 39 112.1 1O8 50 vet. though >e 1 I in deliberalejudgrnet, vat tn ,
three our
Your been beaten
has at
( : secured the do find in important our history
4' by Constituton" you enemy Jaksoti ;' B66 253'869! j2119a i time, hf nfrtr hud any iratun to brlitrf Urn to candid Presidential honot I set ai Franklin upon having for a friend and supporter so sensible
; f '. r the Compromise I Fugitive Slave Law points ; but he is not yet uMued. Jefferson, i H9! 2'3;\ 268 1)1.11 181 29'Leuti If an alolititniiit. Referring to Gen Piercc's services I a Pierce-for a man who never mail his mark among so truthful an individual as the editor of the tn-1 o t

t .'; of courne. Then he snit if .the Fugitive We earnestly advise you to eland to your amis- I ; ;W 332 3t-7 Xtli I I in the Mexican war, he said that it was known his compeereither in the Houne of Representatives Vflltew.
"jI2'8 I 3S :31MaiIhtmn that the General t'IIlunll'en.d a cormmmoufot-s''ldier, i It is dut. however, to Mr. Ebom to state that 3.
: was not to substantially and to relax n-, preruraliuii disband not a man-but Levy. I : Senate of the United States. What otherwise will k
J SJIaw I I I: 3151' 5:1] 51 319' 311 23Mfltm I and was soon promoted to the rank of Brigadier Gen or in the hands of his gives the following reasons for telling these wlxm-
I I j? } 4 the plain rights secured by to bung every boldie-r to the field on the 2d November. i : 23'! :: 2H 22; 172 I eral. He stated thnt he never considered Jen. Piercea.s he be than a mere nose of wax gr

I 0 the Constitution would be trampled in the Monroe, I I I 34 I o tit 5 I..17Nasban lacking courage ; he believed he would do, under i j I I counselors ?1" pen:

4 :; dust" This letter was written to Iaj. Lal. I Do not despise i your enemy teni much. He is de- I Ii I 60 i'j; iil it) ti;l Su I'll i:, nil circumstance, anything it was possible for him to i|: It is the misfortune of our cotcmporary always to 14 The whig from party has time and again suffered defeat 1. All

., }if! wi .1) I :5! :;2P do, and that he considered his duty. fear times f.-r the Republic" whenever there solely political honesty ; and alvis n 5ida1
(t. J ly before the Convention! nwt, ancl thus you rinined in his purpose, and desperate iu hit means. : Ornllol'. :U I 2j i j I stormy defeat honorably on its rather
I .ro'l' 0'-1. "," \ As to (Gen.; Scott it is marked feature of the .i ferring part than ,
I! : d 711 I 'I 38 a from to demo tvno.
lit .11. of ILfimninhitration whig
he took advance of the Convention 11I1/11 1 1 is to be a change The
grounds in : will the last. dishonest has
.: 10 His leadeis are reckle-w and fight to Santa Ht'I'II, 23i!' 1-I1 2-1l1); 1''isl JHl ( ) : "pt'lk'r'r'mark*. that he said not one word in favor j jI I ry by means. thing bten atlyl"my S.
: ." ;. in favor of th. maintenance of the I I ook ut for fresh and shameless :1'j1 his for the he h- ocratic. He has no faith in democratic rulers nor enough. It ia said that in time of war \e
< ( stratagems more : Lucie. I '6.1.I si l :8i;1 j I of capabilities: Presidency ; although every
: Fugitive Slave Law. He stands pledged n intuitions. As the catastrophe approaches he will St. .J"IIIIS, l51 19'! u: t II'I: BII 1.1) : dared his confidence in the capacity of the democratic I I. democratic principle although tile Litter are at this I| and anything is fair, and fire we are determined hnesftrr o
firmly as he could be, by his speeches and let. put forth eveiy etfrt to strike \'01.1 down. But aU Wllkul1a. I r: 1 isf ii:' 1511 lliJ: 13S i Iii : Candidate: to till that high and tli'tm?ubht'd office. moment tho e on which the Model President" is administering } to fight the devil the mode having become perfect!,

: ters, and a consistent public life, to maintain ,. }his blows and all his man UH'j\ will be unavailing I. \altoii, 161 123i: : 1111 lil:1: 1:111 9'Ji I The speech of Mr. Shcpperd ntteily l abounded the, the Government For his consolation, satisfied available that tliat's iu fighting only his Satanic of warfare that ,jlj. l.Ti'm '
q. i WJtILinbrt, 79 I ': 1.:! b lUt 142 whig* of!this (Forsyth) county. They little expected 1 prove Majesty. t *
nue execute this law, and to resist any ,iif\ou cemtinue 'to c citthe energy which becomes Ii I I3l.l; to hear him speak in the manner he did upon so im- I 1 however, wv venture to assure him that there will be I I turn loose your bull dog of war. we intend to stand time
nnd to repeal it. .Come then I HI I II II I- lll We would in the success- I our ground, and like old Lund,'. Lane, will s-Tv
; ni attempt i your country and your cause. .; : |x>rtaut u ect. at any rate, advise the : no material change great measures so I "

.' e and go with us and we wiU do you good."- ': Youha\eU> eicrt yourselves but fur a few elav. I 1 Club to ttlect its speaker for, the future from nmontfi t fully carried out iu Mr. Polk's administration while the, j every foot of ground inch by inch.
Tlie e figure* foot up tliu" : in of those addrec.s I Editor uf the deserves o'e
mcmlx-rn. inviting to The Villager credit
; : ..Affiliate with tho e whose principles and leniger. Continue- adelieasoureelves like men to i;Ilt:4 own place only cnactm'ut of the compromise (the fugitive sIanIi for licanelor.
.' and i FOR GOVERNOR : it who are unfortunately too well acquainted withthe : He gives fair warning that he intends

.\. institutions candidate otTer and security will to your with lights if I. the work which i ii" before you, and all will be wife !. RKOO'iE. . . . . . . .4,6:' I matters ujxtn which he ill ('xpt'ct.llII.opcak.. law) which i is repealable will remain untouched upon t in falsehood, and then right at it There todtjl ret
: you n-joice me : his deliberate -| goes n* 'Itime
But.ith to
Hut fold for and -- - Ii the statute book. regard
live the election of FBANKLINPIERCE. IIc\'er your arms one moment ; as WARD,. . . .. . . . . 4,33', t editors and speakers iu the State
we over I'you have been advised, organise yourselves, ARM, i i The following letter from Mr. Cahill reached us on judgment" of (fen.l'ierl'e.s; weakness," and I j many whig *i 1<|

i i ACT, till the very last tap of the drum. We but repeat Hroonn- Thursday morning. It will be seen that it i is in contradictioii I conferment uufitne for the high h post to which the ; might profit by his example. oft 1of'i

,.. _. __ __. ____ __ h__ what we mid a few days ago. I 1ItJ'lIritf..r .. 292 of K story coined by the titntinel of the fith ;j people will -Ievate him on Tuesday next we can offset '.
FOR Coats : 1).Evict Keri' 'r.-Commtent.
THE FLORIDIAN & JOURNAL. 1 We shall iu all human obtain the ic- ;I ; October) and exposed in our paper of the 9th foll.w it by the deliberate judgment" of whig who )
j probability, > Ii i MAXWELL.-.:,j' i tile on Mexico in 1852-Taxation and
: We attributed to Mr. C. the in i
ing. never report far
question know Gen. Tierce and who are
--. -- _. _- tory, but we do not aspire, to a common triumph.- CABELL,. !,'ifli personally very cient and Modern-The States of Europe Earrjljf
; : that Mr. )taxwe1l1Iad vith>l>arcn from die cao- I "
he will If in the
TALLAHASSEE : | \r" want a \iclor which shall be brilliant: in it* 1 ( from thinking prove a noPe wax I iu the Snitli-Weat-The Spanish Rule in Louisin is the
| vass. When that gentleman passed through Tallai ." We few
I hands of bicounsellor. quote a extracts
character and in its effects. We (
overwhelming e
- Majority f. .Marwcll.. f.n Article Adulteration
An on Sugar- of
I i I haaece on his way to the Went, he mentioned in time I from the numerous whig certificates" which have t -
I SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1852. not contentith barely carrying the da)'. We shall I Mr. CiiWllis i re|>ort<-J to lm\e r *eived: 80 rnajrity Spirits, Ac. Mr. DeBow is about to i ii'sue ia three tolumes
.. J course of a conversation with n gentleman of this city 1 been published in to the qualifications of Gen. I -
-. -- -- -- -- 1 nut be biitiffied with desire : respect [
-- -- 1 a meagre majority ; we a i in Columbia instead of 12, and 25 iu Calhoun instead a work on the Industrial Ketovrttt & listC.J
TERMS.Three D.llais: per annum if paid iu i| ns we were then informedand as wc have been again I Pierce. We tender these testimonials by of rebutting of
| and that its moral way
ndvaace 5 50 i if! within mouths of the) time I majority so large so a-tt unding tf1. These additintK made ttl his figure, reduce Mr. .SVt.tW/1 and Western Slates. It i* to contain 0t
; luid: nx : ;i informed; since the receipt of this letter, that there the condemnation the Sentinel has condensation
of *ub.eribiug; and 40<"> at tho vnd of the year. AdtTtL.enicnla I force s-hall tell to the remotest generatieiu. We want I Maxwell's majority to 26. Mr. ). lutvccrcr, will re- I unqualified and re-arrangement of all the important
I was a rumor afloat that Mr. Maxwell was about to DECLINE. papers
\ One Dollar) j llrqunrt'"f li Lne f"rfir-t,, this great pe-ople to rush t f nnd Cents for all iuMirtion Annoumviiuiits I F aring the effect! of such a report we tookI'lMcasion We first from the National Intellijeneirtl .
Fifty numbeis for their own buktb and for the sake of their I quote Col.Ben
; Xastau, here ht had '
rejected pull
: of cI.11at'I.: ,! Five Dollars each, ahcfiyt, | really a ma- piomptly to deny it, ut the same time cau- whose editofs line in the service of whj twelve published volumes of the Review. The material -
: children. grown grey
i. : to be p.tid in al mu,,. Helii ioutObituary and MCJri ; ji-rityof wine 10 or 12.! We still repeat our ei.mmvie-! : tuning our lends atC'iinst j utting any faith in it. Af- I .1.1i embraceel, bays Mr. D., is the result of ocr omI :
and who would] lw commend Ou
not to
:;.- Notices, lot exce-eding I li? lines will be publixheelgiatij. |I : We wish to prontrate t<> time earth the dangerous' ti"n that ho in elected, though the ofliiial vote may U-rwards haming; that Mr. C. had mentioned the same i gery, likely : labor and investigations, anti the labors of ahtmelrti
:. t-S'-0" certificates of ,the of esUt -. : i principle which threaten the Constitution end the I, tell another stun I Pierce if thy were not satisfied of hU worth. Say j I j.r
lutlcati.u others arranged, digested and systemized with
4, d __. .. rumor in Quincy, we repeated the caution, and then s
I _
or legal 1..tiN..f any Jpt'Iu gis eli I Union. itself We desire to scatter to the windfall : I that paper: T.IM
uutil the fee puid., for th first time Mr. Cabell's with it. great deal of new and valuable matter no before pnblijheel. -
coupled name
'ol'sn'e indehteil \
ud\ellisiul i ., I the cleMMUt-iof faction and fauatiei-m which have tc I MADI >V are t( time Jud"c Of Mr. Pierce our readers have probably }hoard

of I'rol':1tl'xlI1.I'r. McDonald.) Kd ]I. for th.' vote Out of the cautions and rumors our neighbor manu- : more than n-.o"t people, owing to hi* services in "' ; No subject of practical and industrial interest Phil
dNtuibud the of 'tv'-I I
i\ DDMOORATC...NOMINATIONS.. daringly peace' our CUHiJla) j of 't1a.li.1lit the late cll''titJn.'nrJ :315, Brimme faeturod tli j paragiaph quted by Mr. Calx-Il, which teen pnl>lic station*, bu*, yet less than of any .. is omitted, or anything in which the South is con
We \\L-h to bleak the t.f hat the who honored, in the Eve
up t-pirit military eiy- gentlemen were by votes cerned.liliicivncd's.
him tincirculation
251 I iniij..rity for Ward (- Cabell :319. Maxwell \ attributed to on authority, of a
Jon PRINIDKXT: : u1' Till: fMTKD STATEs : y.hich bus piuved bo 'fuUl to0 re Democratic "Convention. In the year !$:&. he took October Johi
hasty many 251- naj..rity f..r (';tlt.ll 1:. For a.-"emMy-Lingf \ story we know nothing! about, as we have already hid seat in Congress as a Representative: from the .fa9azz'ne-The nrnnber of Job;

1 FRANKLIN PIERCE, I public f. Whij,'. :::0' :, Hankins. Whi;', 23 1 J. k M. MoH-ley! stated. State of New ]Hampshire; and afterst-rving in thatcajta'ity -: Leonard Scott A Co'a. reprint of Blackwood is reeeived. ColCol.

01' MW.IIAMI>:II R! We wi-h to bring in a lace of tried and practical; Deniocrut! 2!:9, J. B. CVflT. (. Dt"u xrnt, 2 8. Mr. Cabell does not deny, as we presume he wilt : bcci.ine :& Senator from the same State, serving -. Content -Ce rneille ant! Shakspeare-Katfe !.

_. .tate. who shall administer the there also (.several years alter which he retired Stewart IV "Are there not Boastm Dr.
mrn, go\ernnu-iit ae -- -- n-'t, that while in thid city he pofce of the rumor we ;, part great .
,JErFFftSoCFNTY.-An eftcemed ien.1! frul to lilt practi-'e of the IlL'In the late Mexican war ColCol
rOT vjciM-Kr: :>unxT : cording to th" t true prine-iples of the iiftituti"ii. J u! have mentioned, which was all we ever attributed to : he his among luf'-A Journey to 3Lzndera-.Jetfl''y, part .
time of JtnVr-un at he late election ,. ai a Brigadier General resigning; com-
vote I : mi (.l1owlI-
WILLIAM R. KING; iu. i i r We want to teach a I les on to the' K-adeib of the : him. i iThciivioxn nJ,i'i.1U at the close of the war and! again returning II-Mv Novel or Varieties in English Life, part XXV Item
Broomc 273.T Vard for liroome '
I I: Whig paity whieh tll.allI.rtHut a repetition of t tL..",. ;' 4t-maj'ritv I 121.- : YA, October 16, 1852. private life. His (.xp4.jeflCe has therefore been practical -Day Dreams-The Death of the Duke e>f Welling- :
\ A. Maxwell 2fi'Cabell 1:,.') fur Maxwell! .
AL\ i majority 11 I* :: to an extent qualify him to administer the affairs Job
|; bumbugn aud tiieku whieh l.atwo long in-ulte-d the To thf f'dit'jr of the Floridinn : ton.I
I. Th re was no i>piKn>iti"n to Col. llhi'-kbuni. for the of the C Government. should the people call him to
i people, disgraced the elective franchise, amid l cvtu Uirnished SIR:-AI pas.ed throughTuItahaM e a few weeks that trust RESPECTABLY AND IN A NATIONAL I S9ulhrn Ladici IooL-The November number of Th.Wil
v-nut1 or to ( i. Finluy: 'on, J. Caraway Smith and ,: I took ociai. to thank for th,- .-ral started in New Orleans,
thv fame of our country. It is high time to ago, : ii you gen cour- SPIRIT. I a new literary enterprise under '
MCQUEEN INTOSII, / !url County'! | Joint P' ]e\\itt f>r the lIon"t' : I<:> with which you had conducted time campaign between : the editorial management of Miss L. Virginia WilRe
J. CARAWAY of rebuke the mean1 by which the Whig party have f'Jrr --- -- -- i Mr. MaxwelL and rnybeif.I '!, This would appear as though time venerable editorsof
BITH, Jefferson elections! : UitoTiiER 1)KMO: .- .us !-\\" cull to the : have different Smith and Dr. W. T. Leonard, has been sent us. It
N.u. JESSE fo many sought to obtain the power which < it C on you I regret that I should have to compl-iin of anything Intellsaucer a slightly opinionof Cal

of Juc..wn 'they Live abused. Away the double-dealing 1.ich I 1 be active and d I. jour duty from this hour ur.til the appearing in your plp'r; but justice to myself! de- the democratic candidate from that held by the astute ; u neatly printed-about the size of Gody, and published B<

-.. has mnikcd I their electioneering double phases p'lls close 011 1'u" :1a:. 1). not slumber on your maudthat I should notie-c an article in the Floridian] paragrapbi-t of the ",dinel. at the same rrice-3 in advance. From the
The wjntiments attiibufed tome in that speech :; ,.fthe 2d I ill*t. I havp not s-en the article, but e is
i: which have to the Nmih and just, nor rely! on, the weakwi-s of the enem Turn nmy j We again from the Boston Courier the specimen before n?, if the enterprise encouraged ly
arc at war with} th* dcchired .ouinioni!) of my whole} 'JMIliicallifc. !. they presented the l arrival here, last night. I received the Sentinel of the quote acknowledged RkCo

My objee-t '\\to pi event the"cktion] (Jf'tWt.J South-the double sets of elocumentd wlli-'h tLt.v have 'J it yoiirsehes mid induce all jour neighbors to il, 5th, ill whieh appears the following organ of the late Webster: the Southern public, we judge the Book" win prove '

.\ who) afu-r his J'llirlti'J. declared I hinse-l< ''': scattered among the voters of the two sections el, th.: the! s.irne. I H o at the 1 IJo,1l1 early in 'time mnonmiimg. and : ('\tlWS Ut-PKATLt.: -Under this caption the lat I; For the infoniiHtion of those at a eli-tance, who creditable to the South, where the want of something CoV

to me speech ) ,that Mr. Iii,wdllis had itli'Jr.ta further, that he is a lawyer of aekimowleilgeil ability that it will lack fcr
comniittee \\ H'l1It'l1Ibtr that unvote, ea't directly for 1'ii riami story competitor, \ II iial welcome, and tru.-t never Dr
have becu admit cawand elefeat the itt -.hington are tven now ,
own attempt1
away my from the enti'a.The- st..'', of course if t"ld by a ;nth-man ff accornpli-hed manners and a great favorite '
obje-ct I had in \ '. It i ii infdiuous f.il'.e.-litMjd :1. Iimg! wiH Iv ("'11IIte,! l Kvtryotcr 111"t"de the anyliody >ort. Address Wm.T. Leonard t Co, Pryprietora Jo
very 'il\ an to h,1.1II'l Fi..nklin Pierw as an utiolitionist. I to would! 1 be t'II' silly tl obtain credence and it i i-i among his rui-lloon. He ha* respectable talents supi
putteii up by a man do utterly < c.tltute of cbirai-te-r( nanus (If tin EI.El'TOltlus: : : and The Convention ; Southern Ladies Book, 103 St. Charles street, New w
the South, and the nJ\"N'llte e f slavery! U lh: Noith : : outfthe question for )[Ir. Cal -n t>> have bad any j/opnlar manners. mitilt .
that it was con.iJtr-New liuinprhiio. a" au act <>fnupci l J'nr.t KIM EILCTOR.JT.SSK hahd in it.Ve thiallegation IJflll.t. have f-irther .UHJ fared worse than they have Orleans. The first number can be seen on our tall*. D.
,'rogati..n to eo-jtiailKt he miht l.<.t nn el1igllwe.ll'wlle, rise i up in t the maje-ctv:. of I l : t: AMI ; I. fancy was got up gone :
11a"'rli.u zealot the of the election .-rIv to injure in this eb-Ctioii. number
: : on eve m The Jrncr.-The for Stptaalx -
: C01X Trojiieal
malGl', /'in'( to Judge 'J4J/y. th ir s-tieiigth aud j put elowu the.se di-graceful e.xpcdiente ; I C
: Mr. Cal.ell.Vt. w ill 'II'-lhc: FloridianV, otateincut : Hut the B"ton edited brotl.tr of
Tran'rtipt, by a
is mil of this Agricultural nvjiithly, published by
J. (C.\H.\)\Y SMITH.M.
't M
fureve-r and f.revr.
MMCL WI r-nn's: oriMov OF I.KX. HKKCE.PrcHidential : ; t. I.i/O. and have iu> doubt the truth will be fcJt
f..f jriKX: : McINTOSH.I the editor <-f the 1'pIlUIIet't the question directly; Major Gaines at Ocala, E. F. A brief examination of C
S1U :-I IIAVj: ]KNOWN MK. PIKHCK: FKOM Above !M>('. 'S :
all w<* hope they will tutn! out in all their i
HIS DOYH001)) AND UK IS NOW I i j aud replies t our neighbor thus : its contents satisfies that aa a home journal it L
MV NEIGH1 (; ? \ -bevigilanL On theilectionofour!anlidatcf -: Without waiting receive the Fl'-rpJian's! "tate tw

\ ) [, ANJ) IIIAVKNOHKSITATION: : IN SAYING ;,,I force to rilencc the de-perate eJf..rts of the ubolitiuu in our ooiiToiHitiou1* opinion. dex.nds( the *'(/*' larnt," I hasten to say that any statement to time dfect "I Ithnt [ He is a .eutlemau: of noble and cordial :sddresvi eminently deserving of patronage. The present mnnbr G I'

THAT ALTHOUGH) ; DUTCH UPON ists. Let us teach these f.xnati'-s that thy are sinking (-f SVII'I" r/j liiyhtt aud the salvation cf the I IIa'c'cr even insiniiiittd that )Ir. Maxwell j j f and we>uld make 111I..t competent and patrioticI'rcs- contain several articles, peculiarly interesting to J

MANY CONSTITUTIONAL (nmSTJI) S, YET : in vain at the Ct/I! tiluti"lI. Let u. prevent all futur y ;, had: with.Iravvn or th-night? of withdravung from the I ideat. It i is ustless as well a* impolitic for the wh'g

UPON THE SUIUECT OF SLAVERY: Hi: I IS AS agitation, ki.it: the l)nds (.f the confederacy more Union. canvmtis: utterly fnle. (>n the cor.trar/, I know I I I!I F t [I'ires* t. cnee-r at him as a 'weak candidate: He wi-1 I a Florida plantc, each of which is worth ir more r i:
KOUNI n AND HELIAI5L1: 1-OU THE i : SOUTH AS I I -- - --- ; th entire of the and wi.lj than the pitiful price of subscription-OSE DOLIAI.j -
I htrongly t.. .th'r, and show t j Seward], John.-t"n, tu-l] : In tlut he and! his friends w -re fioin time .- illlJillg q'lite i! rally strength democracy,
: lan uiIJP (If las snce- M. j j! prove a most formidable cau iclate. j I The Farmer" increases in interest as the enterprising
:| to every luanwho is co-ope-iuting' with them, that 1h e-jit'T f tip.! Miirianna '/. is ,
; ftii' jt ,the "
-- ----- -- -- -- -- ------ /. : >iis Your informant intmt !I. 1man of note" t<, have j jjustifi'd i The>se deliberate judgments" on the part leading publi-her "g.-t3the hang of the school house*-in

c: tle-c'.ion ,'1 TitsDAiu. HAV whoever attempts to pollute the ark ot the c/j'enaut (!<-foat <1 lii-t }jMity in the late State election. In his you in attributing to nu- fttotinh Iii well as I I Iso i I whig editors at the North whoare personally acquaic1 other words, a* he becomes more absorbed in the c

("\IvLMIru.._$ will surely pe-ii-h. : jf S.hr..I.Iat! he -trikes at his fulte statement. Hut tihiirttr he jiniy br, M> utterly | j
-- jMH.-r{ blindly i.qsmm'ut nnf"unt'llllflll! devoid of truth i is the:ttatenieiit, :,I ted with Gt:,. Pierce may sound strange in the ears great work in which he i i* engaged. Dr. Hayward is v
.. j We appeal, theref.'ie, to 'the people! ( ri-e in nil: in a d.-p.iirin; cry li the Scott men to rally on
that hrih' ,, those who have been accustomed swallow s
Speech of Mr. White. I have not believe that !b.% or the per- of to the the Agent for this f lae>e.

Oar: readers will find hpceth on our first their .tle'n.J'tlll and give huch an overwhelming! majurI Tue day. Head- .I| "(Ill from whom hcrweiwdbU iL.foimati n. acted cv.'tII I I quack physic of the Sentinel during the eauva.-s-but c
I I ity a* will carry eveivlLing before it. We o.l!l uji-Mi our \\'hi; menU, as they value thir und>%ra mi,aj.preh"-nsi' do look with
from P.V.. White) the Democratic Alte we cannot help whigs not jaundiced -
psijc EHJ. r- I ___ ___ piiifiph-a, to 1. .u.! ,. np to th- rescue, on *lu,..d.iy, tli.- \IJlll.. bt nate Elector fr the Middle District lead it. You 'linrcis Frank Pierce and regard him as "a, l Thi- gentleman, formerly place I
: :2d I i>Novemlier.. ri-i will be amply repaid. II The Sentiments of an Old Whig. : ""r'eilllt ." n'-e vi iri-nd, <>nr .ilhint) and true- iuali.' ''it-Is'] iiiv,-ntd this f.ilr-rhoexl with [the design] nose* of wax," anil. many of them a? we have: seen have gulden opinions as Elector fir the Sixth District ia N.

I. _- .<, An old Whig of Georgia tins written an article for heat ted rtand.'ipl bearer C'ol. Ward, has Ix-en defeated t. injure me aiid t. secure petty jrnty advantage. the honesty Ci) express their just sentiments with rcijtct -/: Carolina. A C"rrcsponfect! w the Raleigh Siand'i oil

!Franklin Pierce \\a illiig; to encounter n ;, thc Augusta Constitutionalist, in which he notices' tie'New l.f a tank ,l!,'unnnitt, in this a truly Phi.u\! I repeat my re ;'t tl..it y.u houKl have, bufferedourfelf to him. of the 20th inst. thus notices his bearing in a discusslouat -

st*> elf"lltJ.i j j !iU1 uin! obloouy' by opjKining! the Hot-ton, speech, andh.ivs: that he dues h"tll-k i ii-K :State.: If -llilull'rov! ,. \vecntrutttLf \" t'i be iniposeel on by the aith.rs of a story Tuesday the 12th. with Mr.Rai -
We LouL-burg on
ttrvl.nbultou i-nuentof the Noith, as he did in putting : \\ 1.i-..:-i of theVit, so far as th'-y are coiKfined, to F.i "ilh' :111.1 ..i flil! ,'. i( quote again : I
Atwlo.II, merely to biistaiu the lyhts" e-f ai Gen. Pierce to like slavery e>.r the Fugitive SlavIjivv. '*- wipe outufuvl\ Ut.. bv (giving lo S.'tt tV iraliam.: i, Should: the )hc-ilth: of my fimPy: permit I will be I GEV.; Pir.it! t FOR PRESIPFNT.. Matters have now ar- se>m. the whig Elector :

distant i ",'cli.u.f the Union, ought n"t you nnd! I, and A* a Southc-m slavery man, and as a native' I a \ute wiirth/" (.f t the ol.l.'n t timih-a vole worthy ofUni in Tallahassee b< fon. the *'nd of the luoiith. ;, lived at that stage that this gentleman may fairly be( "}'or the first time I ta-1 the pleasure of hearing

S othcis, to L wiling to make some hstci ifiee', if nccenmiy (Geoigiau, rah ed and educated in the State, all thiil "n anl: C.n,titnti ioud Whi;". Very respetfully, recke>ned a.s likely, to be a candidate for the Presidency. vesterdav in Louisl-urg. our Hector for this District. (

t. great Miitinl iutrcct. ofeiuro he asks of Gen. Pierce, or other =..rth"111 man i i., Sott t: rraham are I U th Soi.thrm men, who stand Your ob't. serv't t, We would c, nsider it a misfortune to the whigs of this i'I Auel I feel it due to him, as well as to the party to (
\\ u f'ctiou1'1(;,.u. Sc ,tt received the nomination any npon a pUtform (''ii'd ructed by eininoiitly Southern: ;I E. C. C A BELL.I State were his nomination to take place but after all!I; say that, in mv humble! opinion it was one of the

I was it not the general f.-clinfj of our people that | to stand by the Constitution as made by onr fathers. men. J'ieree !i. a N<>rthein pi
he ou;ht n"t to be. &Ul'I"lrh.t'J That was an honest j lIe snys, also, that Pierce has stood by it like a man, j,;" noHiinaltiin, dull u\ttd ii the truly K eat iittn '
patriotic impulse. t Ider prewinjj solicitations, and : for the lUlot twenty years, and, "hhoul.k-r to shoulder" : hit vim fortcd, bv MU11allitiiiiti'aF I minutes befon three o'cl-K-k the pIrSome months ago at Washington, w ;i a mind strong, discriminating, eloquent sareastic. and
the influence of :, John Van lUiren, and who htand" on Sunday; morning, heard eminent member of the whig policy sod ineoo-
pasty prejudice many ha\e reluctantly he has been with the men of the South in upon| \, an whig Congress remark,. ;, persuasive. He exposed
yielded anjuie-tence. In it not lx.tter, howeve-r, to i! refusing to i a platform that leaves the <]-btion of flirrr'tittu. ;: 21th ill t. at his residence in M.irshfield. He parted that he th Might there was a very stremg pr"babiitv111.at : r { aistencv() clearly tLat. I am sure no deterpinednp-

confider the mutter: cehi.K: and act solely for thl iutrretst I hoar or 1Y'II"ilcr'CII the petitions. of I ihe Abolitionists, lion oj>fii, and gi\cs to fur: >iyn Intrrrrntion, a nejj-- with his friends and! family at 10 o'clock the night before. I j Gen. Pit rce would l be the man upon whom th"s f porter'of Scott felt very comfortable ; and he exliMed. -

of the country ( l it Gcu. Sl'.tt shoulJ be clectd ]4 while Daniel Webster and Winfitld Scott were giving ati\c endorsemeiit 'hlIestwo dogmas of the D,-nioeiatie lIe prayed aloud, fervently calling God I democraticp trtv would at last settle. There are few on the other hand democratic principles and demo-

under all I the existing cir<'unibtan),Ys. i not nnljcmuijjnH uid and comfoit", to theioc'Pry wretclme8.4. .- }.llItr..rm! are si.'ftk-ient to condemn Pierce A upon men w ho ia their general demeanor and intercourse among -t cratic truth in the most attractive light. Such & s

; to their political graves forever )I "n. Fillmore ?- Mill ttands by that Conslituiion and the '. King with all Southern men. : to forgive }his sins through the meriU of Jeus Christ. men e>ert a stronger personal influence than he. must and will tell for our cause."

\S\lntc-rand other e.'mprornieVhig' of In these reveUtioiM' aud. disclosures it is an He closed his private business atfairs, and expressed 1-Jfancl.rrr. (A. //) ". .
i the Nor'h : but the defeat: of G Pierce i\ill tend. rights of the South' under it, with all the frankness casj resignation tit the will of God.; His final de1 : ; substitutes the same of
( matter to trace in time editor of the U'llig the .s.im!., great | Tliis i is from neighbor of Gen. Pierce, though po- The Savannah RepMienn
to deter aud NilehieM of f>rm davs and much aI love
JJ\.tful! i/: ; tIp f'r any our siLti."rthcr This Democrat i is whatSewrd from a-- Jenkins, I love may country T more; ; and 1, with the sort ('( rejrard for truth as that which ia observable in I 1 parture was "o calm and gentle that he seemed to t litical oiii. .ue-nt. I J. J. Critteuden of Kentucky for Webster on the ma-

and bu follower* are evidently becking t acceitnjilish. -i' of Geid, Pierce will vote. I cannot perinioMou the letting hirnselfJ..se. editor of the Phmouth to have fallen asleep." I )[r.ToomJ.>' opiuion is well known. We have already dependent Presidential ticke: in Georgia. Time '53WT

Ougl we to aid them in such a movement, throw it when get my (N. ('.) .1'illaytr, mentioucd in another column. There ;< Thus has the last of the three great lights of our quoted! it in our columns. He say he has more ;' of the Republican, however, avows his dttenuin00
so much is at btake. When
j jsurh
1 n.ifd .it i is bolely; tffict our poliiicsil aud BOcial away i it u striking resemblance b,-tweeu them with this country gone out C.u iior.v, CLAY and WEBSTER titiility! than any of the four candidates, and as between to stultify" himself bj voting for Ccii. SOtt-Ie
I dCtrti"l? h (not under all the ciicumstances, i) a manL.'I Pierce, and such a one as Seward (for ;\ j
difference, that the .Villayrr from truth intimately a s better, that Fnuiklin Pierco! should b elected lather i I look upon Scott as but the tool of Seward man departs i I
) are i
than Gen Scott t By repudiating n.oiw.tiol of:, tending for the reins of the I feel conj.j!: fir policy! while with the other it deems to be the death-have fallen like shocks of corn fully ripe and j But Gen. Scott himself has a word to say* U to Gen. Rational /*'
that it.!
the latter, t by it manifest that he was government I ready fur the reaper's hands. Their 1'TIL\"l'-lhe Has disconsolate ANOTHER FALSEHOOD NAILED.-The
making latt11 j natural inclination of the heartas the twig w bent ; graveof I Pierce. our neighbor forgotten the
the Democratic '! is n time for a true and faithful son of the South, and Seward-whig P5-
merely the and other
nt C ph' Wa : the ti ee'u inclined." W tBriTEIt-\\: ill be embalmed with America's tears night Gen. Scott was called in Washington I- i telligencer, Republic,
t but t eaue also the con of i, the Union, to dally, or throw bin j upon ftScott's
etrC men j j away vote a -whohave been bhuontog0 -
:6t ujxm the Union
.. still their memory enshrined in America's heart We Said he- j; pers. (says ,)
the country generally refused to support him, we third" } ticket 1 of
or hope-lefts it widow
ev en though Were Plitil the
4 rruy j>rc\eiit the recurrence of /bimilar ufnliudtk," en- Tribute from a Opponent. shall never look upon their likes again One shaft "I: know that much anxiety and many trials are to !i! great liberality in presenting to

'? by any future Con tnti.ll and greatly cntibute to'''i I tiroly acceptable. And with these views and fec.1ingn !; One of the gentlemen mentioned iu the bubjoined I Ii It should l be erected in commemoration of their deeds. be passed thr'JUghJofl're the ratification of the people!| a poor German democrat,, who was killed by time

ensure the future quiet of the cuuut;..-THO/VS I. if I am able' to be carried to till jxjlU, Pierce t article fn>m the Richmond Enquirer is not altogether i i When the sad intelligence was received here, the I can be heardWhether it shall confirm the action of'';! bursting of a cannon at Columbus. Ohio the sum of

CLIX.UAN, W/tiij ,n"lWl Cotigicis frwi .\' rtJ shall get my vote, although have never, for any important tu.kuow to the people of Florida : :,i Circuit Court, which was in session, adjourned over I the Convention or not. I shall be Inl.f; cd-for I'''''; $400, are requested to read the following extrih'> a
Carolina, to Da. MILLH. alao Whig.THESE e'flioe' voted for hinibclf KNOW THAT IT WILL BE cosraarnvroiA MAS JlESEB.t'- tUtI
-- one calling u Democrat Mr. IVnton Mercer, in his rambling speeches for the day aim.! minute guns were tired from the Capitol ISO TOVR COM'lDEIveE AND stPl'ORT." I I[ letter from a highly respectable gentleman at

at t ,tnatttr [lthe abolition tlavtry J.t.] before. through'iriuii: has made it his lxast that he was in token of for the illustrious deI I I The letter is dated Columbus, September 27,
square respect not such endorsement this to
tncr tekich tht State, rtipectivcly, trhen drl'yating :i ____ __.__ __ __ nevral yeara iu Congress with Franklin Pierce and l i Ought an as satisfy *

a proportion of thttr puicert, to be cjce retted bif lIt' Observer," iu the hmt: XcntSnrl, ill not posted in did, not at nil recollect him. This is a n.ost extraordinary I i ceased. We presume steps will be taken for a public any reasonable man I But we might quote any quantity 1852.1. Scott
Genrral Gvrirmiicnl statement in view of the demonstration on a scale suited to the mournful I see that the N. Y.Tribune says that Gen.
rttaiiied the whole and frcluiv New Hampshire He labors iH'eiilly fact triumphantly i I occa- similar complimentary notices fromwhigs, neutrals -
j pilitiis. under the iinprchsion the German
'. : C that Atwood has our cotemporary his rec ption
.. been a candidate for oflice his fine tpeeech at l'et<'rsburg a few days since, I !, democrat who was killed by the cannon on

.' Now, let thesf1 doctrines be universally understood l lIUJII j. in that State but once, and that he was not a candidate that Oil one OCflb-ioll Mr.- -1'iere.nslml-- -- ----- -l lnto-. -iif. tli--.- suffered his partisan feelings to warp his judgment regarding at this place. NOW air. this ia like all the bBm'f

J 0 admitted, and you take one (Treat btep towardliMtis'iug at the time Gen. Pierce made his New Boston I House to make an explanation em the slavery question -I The Anti-Slavery Vote. I Gea Pierce, if we thought their citation would bugs to manufacture whig thunder for their defet'II '

the e'De1eli'C of honest but misguided people speech. In both these particulars he in m at.'LkcI.I and there was emly one vote against granting The National Era in an editorial survey of the field 'answer any good purpose. We will quote one more I candidate and party. It is a point-blank falsehoodGen. -
in; section of the and quieting the iritLtk.n I such leave-ancl Ifml was Chailes Fenton Mercer! Scott went down to see the widow the morning
one country the that the nuti will lDdI
for which there has bf en too much cause iii Atwood was twice run for Got'enl'r-iu 1651 and i I But there are extinguished Whigs who well re -olleet -I expresses opinion slavery whigs :. high authority-thu N. Y. Journal of Cummcrce;[ ter her husband died, and left just twenty dollars,

the other. This we have attempted to do. We are "52. Ho was first nominated as time regular demo- l Pierce jim c.ln "''ii. Among them is Kx-Sc-nator support the Scott ticket more cordially than the free- paper which our neighbor has on two or three occa- 1 this is all ho did give. He also gave five dU( t

bound to go further and frankly) declare to these petitioncre crntic candidate, but a few weeks before the election he Merriekof Maryland, who at first positively refined soil democrats will vote for Pierce. The reason given sions referred to in praise of Gen. Scott. That paper the man that lost his eye at the same time. dOZIJ"

that BO long as Mat cry .hall continue in Virginia detected in with the II' to vote' finGeti.( Scott, but has recently come out in by the Era, for this opinion is as follows: Democrats The citizens made np about JIM hundred tbstGfn.
was correpxuidence Free-Soil-
and Maryland, it i is vain for tbem to expect iU | his support because he belong to tile same Whig under says"All for the widow. The whigs got up the story here
the influence of anti abhor the
; abolition here; that we are forbielden to legislate ) ers and opponents of the Fugitive Slave Law. Gea i behiHiL" In a late speech Mr. Mcrrick said : slavery feeling who have with an impartial eye observed the Scott had given {500 and some who thought M
{ Gen. Pierce Baltimore platform, and are reluctant to a conduct of the nominee of the democratic party for the done it concluded he had done so; tnrt
lie knew support ,
well to
on this subject, under existing circumstances, bv obligations Pierce at once took an active part in having him i ; he esteemed him ad a ought
Lardly inferior to the constitution itself; that thrown overboard by a Convention summoned for thepurpose. I gentle-man of great clearness and worth but he was candidate who, they leliere cot Jially sustains- office of President, must have been struck w ith the one of our democrats took the pains to go and *

ngrcM cannot aboliUi shivery in this dutiict agaiwt not of his school ; he never had and he would not say ,Anti-slavery whigs abhor their platform and if they high and manly spirit evinced I. whenever called uponto how the matter was, and found that be had given bet
Din nlltOr was nominated iu his stead and act speak" These traits of character in
one word t tit ILLS or are rare the of dollar t You on
: the wisheR of Uie inhabitants, without a breach disparagement; but be could not vole enormous sum tventy
cf public faith and an outrageous infraction gross of private Atwood immediately became the candidate of the I I 'or him. lie would eletract nothing fi-omaGera. Pierce; support Scott, it, will be bt they fully trust that public men, and especially among those who, bred to this in the Union."

S flouts. [f-'ra>Min Pit rce'i tpecch on JJr. (Jalsoun'sI Frce-Soilers. The vote stood-Diusmoor, 27,123 em the contrary, he must say he was an honorable, he accepted the platform under tomll'ailMaDY? other pursuits quit them in time of war for servicesin .

I litsolutions. SawYf'r.'li, 18,48hlOtl, 12,086. There being I I I frank knew high him toned well gentleman had of worth and ability.He .- Southern whigs are of tho same opinion. They believe the qualities field. of They mind are and ever of associated heart and with win for the highest theirpewsessor A Dirge.

,.1. no choice by the the I associated with him several that Gen. Scott accepted the nomination with itsincmimnbrarjees the and esteem which Gen. Pierre's Not a cheer was heard or a funeral groan,
people Legislature which I respect
SIR, if politicn are to be luiuglcd .hI' subject, years in the U. S. Senate, and there had during that
[the subject of abolition] let it bo known ; it cannot was Democratic, elected Dinsmoor. This was in i I time existed between them very kind and friendly relations -"' the resolutions annexed." Not that neighbors and" friends so generally and so warmly feel As old SCOtt to Salt River farewell we burned moan,

; be proclaimed too oou. I have been taught that the 1851. In 1832, the Democrat nominated Martin,the which were the feelings he still entertained he approved the latter but that his desire for the former towards him. Not a whiggy omitted and feathers a we buried.
O'er the fuss
way to overcome difficulties and threatening danger present Governor. Sawyer was again the Whig candidate towards the General. prevailed. As the Era says he accepted the We should think that such testimonials from impartial On the fifth November we earned him cut.

it to meet them on the advance, not to await their approach ---- platform under constraint. sources, ought to se'fleujtbe great grief of onr co- with hickories turning-
and I wliile Atwood continued to head the Free- tT: Our friend of the Jacksonville The sod young
; although would create no R'p"Uiemftlrgt.l him ab'nt,
} unnecessary temponiry whose eyes leak" so bitterly the certain Frank Pierce held the light aa we lammed
alarm! I assure the mover of these resolutions that Soilcrs. The election took place J last March but the that in hu assault on Mr.[ Faulkner, he runs ti7: In relation to the story got up by the "Whigs of Scott's defeat. We advise him And each man was a coon-akin burning.

be shall not tind me standing tamely by, or attempting canvass vac in full blast when Gen. Pierce made his bolt up against his own candidate for tho Presidency concerning tIle fracas in Mexico, in which it b stated prospect to *
to lull others into false security by the "aU u I take heart, and not despair of the Republic jet.PIERCK .
,\ cry Now Boston speech. The votes ttood-for Martin, 30 who, in his letter to Mr. Atkinson that Gen. Pierco his
veil," when I believe there is danger-when I know ,-- says that had he got slapped and did not The coffin was made of Galphin pine

in 728, Sawyer 20,026 Atwood 9,495. Thus Obser; been in the Virginia Convention he would roeeut it in shroud of Lawrence's weaving.The .
there is an enemy motion [the abolitionists] professing have voted Major Winship a recent letter remarks: GE I'. ON THE SrcMP.We received, and The was

and claiming to be influenced by considerations \" sees that though sheer ignorance of New Hampshire for emancipation: as did Mr. Faulkner. Gen. Scott's I was on the staff and a member of tho military published yesterday, a little speech pronounced bv corpse was preserved hi Government win!.

and governed by motives above and beyond) the constitution polities be has been led to make pitiful attack opinions on that subject remain to this day as unshaken family of Gen. Pierce up to the moment when be J left Gen. Pierce, a few days ago to his friends in Concord. That was left on Crawford's leaving.

and laws of my country, apt that enemy the Democratic candidate and the Editorof convictions while Mr. tho city of Mexico. I was not only intimately a #ociatcd on the late election. It was a capital thing-neat, el- Gladly and gayly we laid him down.
upon upon Faulkner has the of .
I JiLcly to oe sustained by an alliance with party poll- HeeD with him but with tho majority of his egnut and comprehensive. It i is evident that Pierce And we spoke not a word sorrow.For

i ,.... (FranUin l'iErcc'6ptcd on Mr. Valnovn'i this paper. Will bu Lave the moullutts to retract II rI t I error of bit course, aud like an honest man, rcruuli-- friends, (and they were many) HIM! yet I never hearda army is
- .1 .R.dll'iU1J' I Wt shall l see ; ate it. word bicatLcd (.r the matter which the couuuuuica l/oard. I Our cunutrj "we iaf ad en the morrow.

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PLil: Tallahassee. Jc*. L. Dutton U II NEW CASH AND EXCHANGE STORE.
bo Arc a-Srow of oihiUUn *ock of Oen. R. K. Call, n"ITE ubscribcr having fitted up the Mill known ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, tiodenigned ban treceited sod shall b* r*>

.- "pDJ to the Corr punding Secretary .i I If.a. No. 2.-Carriaget, Bu? it/l. Saddle, Negro. -I as Padrick's\ Mill, about 10 mile South Wc .t of Qnincy Florida R JAGGARD would respectfully inform the THE in the Rooms formerly occupied by CLaa. i
at 1 1ett> 'nc week prc'iousf.rfIJ. Shoes and Leather. allaliassee is furnish Lumber and the 4
lJ ne11 .oiin.il now prepared to of inhabitants of Trtllabawee public generally ILAoatio fresh and full stock of UnreMadtM. fl
; of*e exhibition, so that arrangements' W. A. Stockton, Gndsden Gnty, Florida.D. every description at short notice, which can be had at WILL practice iu the Court of the Middle Cir that he now occupie the rooms formerly oecu- assorted for tins q mark, which tilt will Ui phs.u.d.
JaY s4if kping. the Mill delivered in Tl lahJU\'ee. Per wishng and Jackaou and Franklin Counties. Mr. Barnard's DrugStore ,
Jfor tllt'i G. Livingston, Madison County, or ous pied by Mr. John R. Lloyd over :i to lieU for cub and for thi producUoot oftLo
1,5 "1 ll) stock and in. i Lumber leave their October 23: 1S52. 42 tf he baa hi* : opuntry. .
il for >c Iriclu R. II. iVillard, may bills at the Ftore of J. At considerable expense, enlarged 1' They offer as a full equivalent for long credit. UM ,
ijk"S.n-exwpt, fruits and fancy articles, N. P. Will-ird *' '" M. Williams with W. H. Ncutom at the store of If. Sky-Light, and refitted the! rooms for the reception of the latest styles and best qualities, at the loweit Cub
ready for olsbsification on C. Wilson or with Hugh Archer Jr. at the Courthouse Notice. I visitors anil in tho art, aided by HF
i&to k ihf crcond Dr. J. H. Verdier ofGadi'den County, Horl& by long experience prices, and respectfully solicit an examination of their t
of the fair. COUNCIL BRYAN. weeks after date, the undersigned will npply\ himselfable to please the .
; tothe first A. J. Foreman 4< 4i A. SIX skill and seiencelw J Halter*
p!! ;i the Society cay, and all who sliall be- Gov. VV. D. Must-ley, Leon 4'Ilnll October 30, 1852. 43 tf the Honorable! Julge of Probate hi and fr most fatjlilllJlIl" trusts on ins'icction, that hi* :>r goods.Tallahassee October 9, P 182. 4O tI
0 01'one dojlar' bet the County of Leon for letters (.f admini-tration on to taken in the
t the payment wi 44 44 u --- --- pcturas: will be fotmilsaperior any
A b tr badge of membership, by applying atectry' M. A. Long, 4< Sultana Raisins the -tate"of Eliha McUaniel. late of said 1''untv. ., South. lIe has just rc-x-ived a well-lIt.'ll'CteJ stock 1 i H- Silks.

t"ffic which will admit tht.J and the decen'.1. HINTON J. SAUNDERS.: from the New York and Philadelphia markets. ( >m- I 1 .
during the 1 continuant of the Horticulture and Flower C U RR NTI.Citron,Box Raisins Almonds Prunes October 23, 1852. 42 (.t riing C the most foshioi-able Ca-es with Gold: CliaseMattings. BLACK Gro de Rhine, do Watfort'd, "lit Pan,

; Jpthcri23coiiU bmiliM will required for tick- Mrs. M. A. Lone, Leon County, Florida. iu d other Preserved Fruits fresh Pickles Pie ---- -- -- Ac. Also, every other variety to s-uit the i Figuird Dres Silks of latent styles.
I r b .' Fruits, Spanish, Olives and Guava Just received Tax Collector's Sale. de Florence. Marseilles nnd Bare
( t'5eti d .;i. Fiuley, Jackson Jelly. alternate fraternity, which he offers at mich prices as Also Gro Afrique,
jmiiiwf* :) enforced.mo1 41 J(ihn C. MeGfhee. Madison Florida. and for sale at the Drug Store of invited call and For sale by G EO. W. SCOTT A CO. ,
will be strictly County, virtue of authoiily. me vpxiril by law II will ensure atwutJlln. All are to ex- ges.
rl( the 44 W. A. Stocktnn Gadnden 4t *4 October 30. 1852. 43 LEWIS & AMES. I BY ale lie- wuh not.Instruction October i it. ISS:. 40
,iling become members of society, have leviw upon and will exj'!' for .. nmine "pt.o.imcn1IItthcr they tiictures or ._
1. tKcshibitinB their own manufacture.l 44 Gen'l. Bailey, Jefferson *4 <4 lore the Court 1I..1I"l."in the town of Quincy, Gads- parted t- any one wL-ning to engage --- -

l>i*bai. ucioui animal will be ullowcd with I 44 Jtneph Clihby. Leon 4< IIi Lumber Lumber den County on I the second Monday in May next : in the llU-in(-tl. Al*.>, instruments and matenals of : DRY GOODS.

r,".. r i! Mim Randall 44 44 IIltH. HE "wW'riber offers for sale a large lot of Pine the following' described proprit\ so much thereof I: all kinds for .aURANDALL JAGGARD. PLAID Wool Shawls. Plain and Embroidered

J. %t dldOurt'phail be placed upon the RrC\lt until' : R. AV. William,44 .1" JLumlter, such as 50rtP'"euthcr\ Boarding, as will pay the Slate and CV.inty Taxes due October If.., 1852. 41 fit I d
j?:16"t\en <*uroj it the crclJirylB office r.c H. L. Riitpen.. .1 44 Flooring ito and Lumber fur Gin Gear all tleUifJIIl.d.: thereon I I. r the sear 155',', and the necessary expenses ____ m __ Id"., Plain and Printed Wool do. Furniture fringes
I 44 Robert Gamble 4t 44 incident thereto, to v% it NATHANIEL HAMLIN Dimitic Cheeks Jeans and Tweed Plain and Mount'
-lill betaken in charge by the managerslittblep'w I and of the heMt (jua1it). All orders filled with def : I. ,
I 44 Col. J. J. Maxwell ,' : Two liundrc I and ten acres of land, 1 Is inl1 on Flat Scotch and Domestic De
1k. pronde. putt| h. Prodin-e receivec in exchange at the Mill, six (fotlfln Factor am! Commission IMerflinnt, { ing Gingbaiua. Chambry
**l of anim! provide their own 44 K. Houston. IIi mile West of Ta1Ia1iasee.WILLIAM. Creek, belongir.g to Robert Jimer""!. iines. Alpacas, Mohair Lustre. A fiDe assortment
I *."t'bibit.11 and tlc care! of them at their i 44 R.: llsywnrd., .. 4lj C. LESTER Agent HUGH o. McLEAN, No. 3'J POVDR-.S ST. New ORLI.S.S.Refers I of Prints. Poplin Velvet B'ack and Figured Cambric

1"j "M'nt. October 30, 1S.VJ. 43 Tax Collector lor Gadsden County. 11 J Ifl1amls-u. large assortment of Cravat and Silk

fI l e1" si'mittecl) within the enclosure, unI' -I Lidi.e' Needle lVork8 4c.Mrs. ____ __ n ____ ____ __ Orfoher 23. I ISV2.: 42 fun to Judge J. E. Dltf O F.. Tallaliassee.M. \ i H'dk'fs.! Juconet. Swiss and Mull Muslins and Lawns

,IS "i W j naund.. ooutrol. .TCJ1m Parkhi11 of I..c'\11 County, FI"rida. For Sale. lr.J.ua"S WILUVMS. (I.ves. Suspenders. Thread, Needles, Bed Lace, Uuens. ,
CCfntt thet t .4 Dr. 1 )a'idHon flf GII..1sd.n" ..1II Notice. I DASIEI. 1.41)1) Esquire. Newport.Gen. I ShirtU1 .Sheetings. Blanket licking. Flannels
.' tn allowed on (II abut ACRES of land l within a mile nnd a half of
trl\1\ hquOI\\1 I .. WMd5c'fl 'Ilite. .1 4'J-0 Tallalini-pee, lying between the Meridian FOUR weeks from date.: I will apply to the Judge I ; WILIIVM .\;.\, Jefferson (unty. Quilts. Napkin Table Covers. Hosiery. Umbrellas. Ji )
1 white Iozier. Ia"iton .1 !' f'>r Midir-n: Cuuntf..r an order t. sell C,,!. 1t:: BLACKBCBV. .. i i A full assortment of Dry Goods. For sale low, -
be decimated by a ro.wtl. and )launin />n mads being a part of section 111! of j
!0"i society by a blue ribbon, woru j in "' \Yardwdl, L'on. .1 cc the laFayette Township. About :i oo aerm are cleared the undivided! half of l..t11.. r;. Sec ,;5. T 3 t, S (.f R 11. I I (' n. J. S. Bn-omn:. MadnMi County. by G EO. W. SCOTt tt CO.
4' n. A. Gillinrll 4' III containing M I) aer.Al! 1uf N E See 1. T :%. October
: I I1lc' I and under fr-U'Hr. One half of the cleared land: Las }, OI.ILVIE it SVF.I.I.IXC, (liincv.Ei F f 9. 1852. 4u
t*liboll. Secretary will be opened on the\ : Dr. Jt3)"wnrd, co U. 4Li a cnpf tiitton (n it-Uie balaii'-eis in r"-i't. HIli.( <.viitlining: I'll acre. Also ir.o. iiTe ujvn "huh ,. REXIVJTOV E*j, Thonia'i1I(, Ga.Enwta .
t o the fair, t the Court House lit 1'') : J fl. Gamble! It 4 .e (n*o. WJlI'ITJELD. i is siteat.h l '1m,' dwelling house and, improvementseonnocte 1 SIEXAS, Evj I Laces, &c.

ta" transaction: of buMiieM, and the e-- 44. n. P. H..cup. It ccc. October (M, ]1W2. 43 tlj .1 will the projwrty kllf'WIIU, Cl.arle Mills( all October Irt, 1852. 41 Cm i I received. Bobin and Thread } t 1ge. ..
f' ,!I tbe meet day si the Stcat Mary .. T dell u, cc 8S .1 1----------------- lying and Ivingitimt i.i aid County of Madi( } ,."n- ------- JUST Cambric and Swiss Edges and Inserticgi .
''mit("i tviry) I. R. 31. Berry, A Card. the Kiid uri.-i\idtil half of said: lands iK-ingthc property JOHN B. GALBRAITH, Imitation of Honitnn Edge,

; 1 (O'k.1 1 requited to athnd,15'Clr. Miss M. Cliairei, ; .1 H .1 .4 of the cdlate i>f Rebrcra Charles, d.tlei -.. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR:: AT LAW, I, \\:\. Valencienes Lace.
1. are particularly Julia Gamb el .c elIrs. Piinr-ipal tI f the Loon Fcmslc' Academy, re 't'LELL.m'r.\ .
- -ju&eii 10 oVlMi on the first day I! THE (;Eon(; B E. Tallahavsrr Florida. : Cambric and Swiss Flouncing,
I omec at .e .e that tho Ftato c-f hi- lu-al'h has c., h-ng ,
: ; : E. A. Bruvktr.br..iugb. Oot-ibrr2S, 1';::. 42 5t French: Linen Cambric.
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''JI their duties "ill expired..wintlos_ I Ii 1js 1'1 E. \1. I 1IO\l-1.111111'1 44 .1 prevented the resumption of I hi'l duties and 1 ratt"fILl -- c:7: Office near the Post OfE c. [Oct. 9. 40 Linen Cambric and :French Lawn Jrtk'/J.
the Aoinng: I __ __. I
.w cii'n'' "f IIirida ant allied: : to I. )IFM. Jah.7. n. nul.: ., .4 Coi fr the ofinfideiiw hithei-to 'xft'rul.t'l] him. r.j'.et-]' In Chancery. I' .r nae by (;. J. IEOl- IS.Or.to .
.rgisaud Alabama, will be compete 'i 4'v.. T. \1itdllI1, II cccc fully gives tiftii-e that he d...isjtw t-i r'.'pentheK-lhinl JEFFERSON': CIRCUIT COURT. Broome and Heir's Cotton Warehouse. rt t : 1852. 49 fit

J?. H.\I'r.\rd, .1 44 CI on the Ut of :l'vein-r. F.ir a short tim tb' M.-IHMI! I rJlF: underpinned l beg leave V> inform their fri ndi
; f 1 The; Excc\ti'c COmilll of l/-n,. &gricizltu.t 44 A I.. I lJ'rkinfl, .4 Icc will be held in tlic nclniul house next d" -r to the Episcopal y:Hi/ iy: J:*rr,'/>/" ar.d S"J'l'ou"ut. I. J. that, although a part c>f th.-ir Shed* have- been Crockery, Hardware, &c.

t: iI1Y are lItt..i Iet tat the\ Secr Tlry'8 Jnf ofee .1<,"l.Ilumt'. CI II "4MiM Chun-h. P. T. ISAP.UIT.OcUlwr \ William; We-t and! John M. -lI th. Exn-utors: of Wil- blown down by the Jatr gale, they are in condition to COMPLETE assortment of Crockery. hardware
> 2d
:C.lur 1(1'. 01"a\ ', the\ ; !. o: :'tC't11.. cc 4' 4'Mrs. SO. 1S.:2. 4: It bam Goo-lnan d:(ea>ed, L'u.itjihi'maiits, '. receive and stonr Cotton a' heretofore' and hope thatin A Wooden! Ware. Hollow! Ware .wld. Bagging

) ::,fur ie tana\Ctjt'l.11 imp.rtmt hlin( i JatnC6 E. BrOQme, .e ," --- -- 1'/1. a week or ten day their damage: will be fully repaired anti Rj.et for sale lufor ca.h br
: scrretary.it I;, Thomas D.ii-hrr and Grtt-n It.f. Executors of' her.-t .fure. '
h. eonim-idi-mi
w UOLST Syrup and Fish Barrels. 'r. I 1. and I their Shed as a* GEO. \\'. SCOTT SlllJuc1bt'r. ,iU-1'ea.-ed Jaue Slater and llolurtIT OctolVr II I t. I Kf41 BROOME it I HEIR.(
g f 1udgc! of the First Annual Fair i j j C5T:: CAVGHT AT FAULT.-The N. V'. If- raid tnyjtliit A FEW hundred superior; FNh BInds fur sale at :.\.'. 1"/I'lId& : -- ---- -- 40

f* LtOvC AoaiCfLTtFAL ocJtrv.I the recent elections in Penrf, >\IvaniaOhio and In- the Newport Still. Enquire tlf appeau.g! to the sail-faction of thi Court by ( Notice. -

lirnl JUDGES OT or S10CK. 1] di.inna cau!Lt the whigs with their breechfs' do\vn.." Newport October J>0,1SVJ.! 4; D. LADD.) ( ;\ in thi cau-e, that the -aid, Defendant, r..1 i : imdersirne'lhaviiitf; engaged the services (..f'l Varieties.JEXXY .

I 1.ctaiioni: Mac and Colt They will be in a worse Jix than that on Tuesday, Sugar Mill Rollers. idf out of the State f f Florida. }Ix-yond the jtnUdi-- .1' TUB l .\. Mr. Brown as Tutor for his children is willing Lind Skirts.. l..1Jil's Slutag .?.,_ plain.! scol1opffl.
Hose do.
ti. f ingrain Spun Silk
:0. Florida. I ill <> thi- Court but in the United 1 SUiti- :
male nnd f malto
of Jackson County to receiveiiht or ten pupil ( : *-,)
, C 3.li\\ (: t next A PAIR of very superior (Columbus Ga. Mann It ix Iii',,!,, ttrdirnl. That the said Defendant. Loan in I.K f-rnily. for the term of ten months Vi.SetS, Brtli.. Velvet, drop and Linen dress Buttout,
"a"birtm, \&tl. Th.lmll nia County Count, Georpia.torGHjnv corgia.1ane fm.tur.5uar Mill(i Rollers! "f 1'.-UJ.t sire all Thoma-Da-her all.! Green: 1 R. SI.-it.T: Executor of'Samiel October 1 *. For further particulars, . ,
L' < 1- l'lmf,11it.1hoxeJ., 1t4'. For ale low coir.mt-nciiiLj = apj.1w October 9, 182. 41JRibbons. '
; )" o( .Georgia.Cwunt.v OBITUARY.I byXrwjxirt : > 11'cea".I. Jiine: Slater all.1 l RoU-rt j I to GREEN CHAIHES."October -
C. )\\unnl1I.ln.( I the 'wlll.r :30 1K-.2. 43 D. LADD.I Slater do appear :and :UI-\\"l'r the Bill of Ke ivcr tiled !
this the 22d instant in 41
1 Ifi 152.
I/ n n.rta.p in city% "n Friday. j: .
,. r ( ---- -- in thisraiw within four month the date .f
I8I: 1 .. th of her CHAKLOTTE] i R, wife of C.Ill. I : from ( pnli ilioation I I
1 12i j;(
I.Bril', -: U 41 nfoo:year l. of Uiit place. I Potatoes Potatoes : of .hOrder;! or the raid Bill will be taken r- YORK.-TL- well- known ,t FINE stock or fasbioD11ble Hat RibboD1. White .
I V. L I Ihj < I ., l>fo rnnfrxvi ag liu-t thctn : j I I.t II FtIfW .' SAM\PSON". Wheeler. )II.i, L.Plaid.. Fimcv. Hroc\.le. Rich Sash antI Morning '
Tnmp. fti-dnK-n County, : The ll.O'a..r.111" the third daughter of Amos FINE lot f Potatoes j'it r eeiveti i in "XC'f.l1dlt I .. i
; i : A Ami it f-tr'Jirr Ofd-rtil, That publication of thi- Imvin the! of her eiuraijed and Stylel', Cap Ribbons Yt:1rd di., Taffeta do. For sale
Richard'n of C''n1.li, Nw HnnipMiirt1! 1) 'RCOI\ in 4 order: flll'l1arc IrarrrK! Fu salo: low by kr. greater part carp:
.V*. '-Jacif, JII!(' a"dIde- Colt I I the Hal'tiot Ch'mh..f which communion i-he had I Newpnrt. October) :KM, l''':,:. ;i:5; D.) LADD.. Order IH made in some paper: ; publi-hed m TiilLtha-r- going ('II Ui.ird. will have patch fur the above low. by (I EO. \V. SCOTT it CO.

trent 1 r.R\i ir.of Tlioiuap County) Giors'ia.fnn been a ty>n>-tcnt member tinc: ally lift. In :dl the __: "ee. once a week for four m('utlij. j jJivtii I poit. For freight or pa'Haiji'. apply to :: Oetub.r 9, 18)2. 40

: ; : \ \ of IX-A. njei; .County .Gtor ia. j jubuS reiutidiis of wife. z.ntlH'r. and neighbor, fhe wa do- I Crackers, &c. .. (; under mv" hand at ChaimVrs} Tallahassee.October ; y.eXAUGiit iORMOXD.. i i I - --
rlm( ( Mad'-si'ti County, Florida. ( and kind. f cultivatedintelWt. 21:i 1. 1SD-J. i Newport October 9, S."r:. 40 Negro Clothing.
(j!. Rcbcrt H. 4arnbe.4f.Tcfir'.u l County, Forida. vt'ted aIidUIZ4Ht A'rman manncr.-i.I..1i.(> 'I BBLS. SOfia Crsiokcre, b"x-s\ ('lietVin 1 ", J. WAYLES BAKER ..JaJc.I I -- - -- - -. EVERY variety vf Negro Clothing "from the sole!
'i Jamt* Bell! of llaniih.! County, } i iJ ] fif fascinating and ploaHiig I 10 1IOX,5 1 I bbl Abn.Hids October 23: 1 S.;2. 4:: 4m Shirts Shirts !1it foot to the crown of Lin bead For sale
red in tlic donu-Plic c.rclf and }loved and admired by 4 bbls $ 1 b. Hr.izil: i
ix Nuts
M. r'AstIcr.IriLrtroI County, n. .trllr -- ----- by U EO. W. SCOTT & CO.
J I.Th.ln3b
r lor all who had } t>f lior acquaintance :mdfriendcbij 1 12 Ixxes bbl Cunents FINE assortment cumpri-iuij a great \3rit.
Candy, j Tax October
Florida. Collector's Sale.
Butltr Ciiuntv thl'la1'r..IIJI'Ffi 9.185-2. 40
: c t Rub.r Lou .8 )- : lia ca r fl.t E' 4' i I many fund h'artA.; wliow} only consolation i* in the 1 I/iafSuijar: 1(II,.1xIt' Sinliiu ". 'I BY virtue ol the power vested i in the hi law, I ilc.. ..lc.lu., Un-ler-hirta and Drawers Gloves! Hats Caps and Shoes.
ft.Vs..cEraaford, } j I "sweet ufit t5on that what is to them an incalculable F iraVch -f.-rcash bv S. S. KNIGHT. 'I shall e\po-e for sale, hH'ore the t Court House at Mitten-s. ic. landing f per bt-hooncr J. Vail,and fur : ..
i 3.-Bul't, Cuirt Calves and U'orJt Oxrn.jjitC I I j lose, is to her an (..t'maImin.( A dying Savour left October:; ,-np 1K52. 43Notice. &.'liitC1 inMie Counly of (JadxJen.(! on the fourth s-al'-by )kX.\rGllT it: OHMOXD. I .- LL kinds and stvls of Hats Caps and Shoe*.-

fGdlt. of )fa.lihon County.Florida.1.1) t i with hie Disciples tlii precious r l1lisc. .' Where I --- --- --- -- -- ---- Mondayf; April m. :(!lie fnllou-inv, di-fiihpd pro. Newport, October 9, ts:j;-.'. 40 .:i. For sale bv GEO. W. SCOTT Co. ,-
r ). Dvx-.cr, of Columbia County, Florida.ITn 1 i am, there "ha111al..o.." pertor: Ii'') much I thereof a- will I I pay the Stale I andConiitv - -- Gctober; 9, lf'52.' 40
; ye
Suflord, of (;*Jt4dCfl. County fJeorgia.fcisd IVnth should cnm<> T.I\<'s d-ie i thereon for t tt.ejrar I I-riJ, aid Bacon, Flour, &..c.FIVE -
I -
I j. "OUR weeks after date s-lmll ;1l11.1sto\ the II<>n.Judc the : incident Willow Ware.
: liryan. of Jaclsmi County, Florida.tttkiinlJiiiJHl Gently to one of gentle mould like thee f [ lIrary e\pcn-fs t Il-fete. lo : thon.ind pfiunds Bacon Sides eighteen .
I BirJ.(If Jeflerson C 'Ullt .. Florida. I Alight wind*, xvundoring through groves (.f bocn! ; (If Pnibat in and I for the t'-otinty John of Jifftprfin .- All that Iract or parcel ol land known a* Forbes* (II". ShouMi-r.i. eighteen barrels tbflu'l.. l I T)APER Baslct-t-s Knife do. Tumbler do, Ciger do, ': .
frfhirtl W liiukt r, of Leon County Florida. for leave to sell the real estate (.f N. Partridge Purcha.(, bounded on the Ea'it t by the Ocklockonee .1 JL do. Chinese do. Domestic work do.
f eturL the delicate blo *. .' 1i I' late of said CountsiI.eeai.c.l.. fr the\ purpose and on the \\V-t by the Apalachicola Rivers, I Ijiiiu per
i1'krt. Gamble i' 1 Wire do. Fruit Card! In. Aim Piazza
: 'Clo"e ibv Kwoct evep ae calmly. and with< nt J.n1n. Pitte-j from Sew Orleans and f,ir.iln Lv d-x. >. Chairs.
41 41iad 4. I of pa\ins tI.debts duo by him : the said real: estate I in Gads'ien! Ccnnland aid to to the .
Chairlf belong ApaUchicola
1 kri And\ WI' will tnit"in GOd l to see thee yet asain. : M-XAUGHT it; mlOSlJ.c' : Sewing do.. Children Table do., Jenny Lind Sewing
* .,. Shine ,er. oiti-M> (If 4(10> acres of Land l more or }less l lviii. IIIltl' Land Company .
. ::fm IMgefield Adverti- and New HarnpFhil'r : 'p..rt. Octol rO, Ib52. 41)' Stands, Flower do. F n- sale by .
in the of Jeff' It
being County > r-mi.DANIEL hUGh O. McLEAN.Ta :
!.Vs. Ramr Cifft and )[ GEO. W. SCOTT A CO.
4 -Shctp- f1tn. ] pjtjiers 1.1c1II'Y' -- --- -- -- -- --- fj
T. LINGO Collector for Gad den County.
Jr f *tVTiitn.r, of GadsJcn County Florida.C the V.'tli' \ in..tCIlAHUS > London Porter. j Oettber.I. 41)Gentlemen's
: Pied in IWdefjHirt "onn rt1"\1t. on \ Sheriff nUll rr firiH; A-hiiitii-tmtor. Odoh"r 10, 1V'2. 41 t Cm
C; Ward II. Lonp of Jaclson County, Florida. : ALHKUT.sonof; the H-.n.S.- R. )1.111,1'1'. ,T..ff.r.C''UII.. ', Oef.ber Si7 1 lii.: 13 4t __ ___ __ u : packaiM (t ft d'iz"ii e.ich.; ) pints awl -- -

L I. F .miflarneM; r Dt-oatur County. Georgia. Senator from Florida ajrcd 22 in<.nth" ____ __ _u____ Tax Collector's Sale. I TWEXTV cale low Al-'o, about the same quantity -I: Clothing. ,
t t.: 1oii >!, of Thomas County, Georgia. Notice. : of Ea>t julia Pali- .Me.M.XAUGHT. EVERY qualitsstyle and variety of Gentlemen
I IT W.iniiuVado! of Madieou Goutily: Georgia. ------ ---- ----------- BY ,'i.. toe of the i j-o-xer \ "-led in me hv l.iw.I ( A OHMOXD.Newport. '. For sale by.

i. 'hi'a*(. of l lon Count't Flof'd.-i. : r Notice.--A Convention of Delegates from : cix 'r.k- nftor date the undcr! :I..lill apply slltil,0.I | .<> for 'ale! hr fiiie. t the!, Cotirl I I flLII"f') aiQuinry October' V. Ifo2. -Iui I j GEO. W. SCOTT .:: CO.

i r .IL i,,.'r. .e.. i Uie Chun-Lei- fir.poking tin I H--ridu HaptH Atnw I to the I iliiii'ir.iblf Jul 'i ..f !'r'J4ae in and I fur i in I Ihe Cminty of (;...1".10.In i t the fourth1.I..d .- --- -.- -- ---- -- :! Octflfr ?, I1?."2. 40,
*#..-r 11. lUtoriana: 4< tion w ill meet at Coi.cord Cburcli \larli-"11 County, I [' in ("..uaty, for TA.tt..r..f.1 uni-tr.i'in: ; mt the otatc .- : J)' I ill April i I next' t. I he following cle'cribed i |'riijioit i I Pure Old Scotch.

K"irf ftfld f-ir, the pnrj-we of deri-nu: ; nn'aure for the pr-mio- I .if E1idiVaiktr" late ofaid (..11111(1.' ; : !t. or so ii,'i 'b t ll. n- I t as will \.A\. the Taxis d'i- ': Rococo Work. .f
Strtnr Sotrt.
r 3 a. 5.- : linn (If a Male' I ugh Sfh-ml in loai.I.-.c..inth'n. f.1 ; w. W'ALKEU. tluri'on for theeirs! <.! :.md J<"! inclusive: and F I INt: "May" M.dt Wh-.fcey 12 :".II'( over proof.I
.t W \\ ste. of! JelkTc'-n Gmnty. Florida.Hi :. Saturday before tho fourth Lord.Mv m Xo\ember ( -t -bir "<(\I ij'.vj.) 4:; 't t thf nece--ary exjien-e I!wrl.ItJlu: t wil. : I paek.4<'" of tlrre-f, to ten gallons warranted AX sortiiient of Rocoe b'XFor sale br* .
; A U-n Juhmtmi. of 1IlIlIih"n.CII1n.ri.tt.. I : __ and -nui.ifor GEO. W. SCOTT itCO.Octi.bt'r .
next II? X. \ItIIS.I ) Die l.un'iif and fiilv-three! arir flf land lying pure gi aleby t
'i S-WnViKiu 1J. ll**, .,f Cii1iintl (4lIIHty, 1krida.sa I ,. Mc.VAUGlIT d OHMOXD.Newport. '.', 1s;;: 40
; on Lillle /- >. adj-nriing! I Ilie laiuls of Joseph u" I
: :Jj C'liurcKf, Mniliwiii Conniy. 1'\\lri.ifl.. SELLING OFF AT COST. till, nx\ ned 1 II\ Speal and I'allen. October I', ; *i?. 4o - -- -- --
i wtiumm'ir.s.of IjounJtn County, (;toria.Gt:8FL. ; I :ff" Lectures mi the Miracles of the New t underiijned ha" now in store a fine STOCK HUGH McLHAN, t. : Fresh and Choice Groceries.

W. VVu'.ianu: I/t-ni County. Florida.. 1 1'"lam'llt.-Rc, IX G. ASAT will duliver the w- TIlE F tiOOU! < : c.insisting of Tax Collector} for Gadrden County. Notice. t DEJ.lcrors O,'lt.n5. Imperial and Young Hyson;

> "''kaCat8T1.. 4.. 8 1 i C"i>d of tho cour-c on next habbath c\'cnill Tin tie I ': meros I 10-4 12. lii ':&che'l I and bro.Moulin Ortr.hor Ifl.; -"i2. 41 1 ';fII' IX w -..k< aftf-r date. I shall: apply fit the IJonorabe : and fine Java LVffee; Crushed!. Clari

t'OIlfC. W.(;dl.nin; ,. 4. .4 Chri-tianity sind the Social\ Circle, or Chri-t at the D'JJilieS: Sheetingl'.li. : '. --- > \ .T-.nlL'e i.f Probutin and for the County tied and Loaf Sugar; Oils, C.nulIes. Soap, Toba...>.

IwatG. \. ( 'alt, '! ilairij.-e: ; IVart.ANOIHCR I BCrl :('', \!: and bi u. Douie-jtics I Tax Collector's Sale. : Lw.n for lettirof administration, on tin estate of, Segars. Snuff Salt Spices: Reli-hes, Glaa, Ammunition. 1

ACniCULTlTlAL PRODUCTIONS.JS'o. .. D'ljtne-. ". lilanketti, : liioina' V.;. H.Lrn..1att ._.f said (''alt.: d.-i-ea-(-d. Jrc, itc. just received bvI
.. Y virtue of t the! power \v-led III me hy law.l JOHN J. Ro'vVLES.OetoUr Xt..lrV.l-! :. 40 (;Eo. \V. SCOTP&CO.
J.IN-I Ker
1 Cotisn. : Scirvnuc \\'I. RIIfI''Jrtlllll! to Silks black and colon, -\sPijilins I B !'.I I
hall forab.hf'tore t'.e! Court
at ,
fa F.'rVjril Miv-lii.ll t i \ t'f Thomas Coun.,'. Georgia VJfi-Dr. J. S lIcu1tozi's IVp-in, The Liti'e\N expose ( imi 1mev, in the County - Combs.
JIIH BaVrr. of ,fJ:"*.'In County, Florida. gcbtive Fluid or Ga-tric Juice, prcp.-uvd from lU-n- (;iibams Irifli Linens
I.e .
t dt-ACitlieil
\tIO lay III Ajnil next luiluxviiig j!! Bonnets &c.
i \ iw L Tt'"ke. of Maim G'un'y" Kl} -ridi. net, or the Fourth Stomach (.f the Ox. after din-c Print, Table. thorn ill the pro- C4IIELL back C'mltri. Bloorntr d->. ErsamellitlhIorrh -
Stale and!
1''lt.\.or-lIlIIlI"h ai w .
. t\.R.G. Mavf. of Madifon l>uut\.. Pkuida. 'tin of Huron Liebig. tin-croat! riij, >i"l" rical Cluniit Alpaccas I : HollandsBombazines Couiity, Taxes due! t herein I for th. "pay':.ir I 1"''!, and the FLORENCE, }"uuf'l!. ; -, buck (I... Clear }horn drr-sn do,English l d-u Bulfnlodo. ., I.

i .Mjh'lli.! of Ji<.k't.n, (/Imh'. I lrida.Lrand ; b> J. S. Hou-ht..n }1. !)? I'liiladeljihia. This i i. J C'a.--iir.ers nt-rp-fcary e'pl'h| "11 j mciiletit t t therein.. if wii, : i i : l"fl.J. Lace il-i, I, dre-ts ., Lung Side do, Ivory tt Siame* di>. For '

! Grt111I John ., of L-.vii c..untl'1.t'ida." I truly a wonderful remedy fur Indication, Dy>jK-p-ii: IJoiinits TwitdsHate Five 14111411 -d -ixty-oneacre" ol I land! ; lnz! 0\1 I| (Gimp: d' .. i i. wile by GEO.V.: SCOTT .l CO.
] ;,.2h Chairts. .. .. Jaundice. Liver C'Jrnl'billt.Con"'tipatlUlI and Debility, and Caps Kentucky Jenn, Rock Creek, purporhng tnheN.ni; I"> L. S. Crftlin.HUGH Super Biaek: u.r ,. White tuid! lied Flann"-l.s, Mi;"-fa (linip imd Lace d>.,
! &:Iulrma; II 8Totarro. : curing ftr nutureV iwn m'-thf"l. by Ilaturel.11 j SbawU: an I Yi- 'h''. O.) McLHAN, I I

: :\0. 2.- i .Lt'1lt. the Gastric; Juiw PamjthletK C.lit&illit1 GIovc i Ribbon-: Laes CarjK tings Tax Culleclor f->r (;3d-1h.-rm Coui.ly.OrtoH lifiitift Linings. i I Horse Gear.SADDLES. .

r EllEn Mn". of lisd..Jtn County: FJ'!. 41 tirn'I I I I Frt-rn-li 1:11:1.raW: Wnalhr.nd; Tr'mming.: It Bridles! Martingales, Collar, Ham. .
.. (iur. >HiUdl.J"llIlf't .
.. and Si ''. |
; adverti..4'nlerlt4.WATCEES I Unit" -
!III. II. 4. 4 'its.. Sec not ico among -- -- ------ -- ---- -- Girths 'lJnfflp yI
Cib.)1I1 rullll Biusl.cs of nil (;JaintBarr-. ; I: Kib''ns' ilc. ti-c. ;, ,Stirups,Spurs, Whips
I' .ew CnWn, ..et' I. ; Climbs Sh it I 1'.tIlll.i!. Tax Collector's Sale.BV j F.>rsneby! G. it J. MEGTNNISS, j Snaps Hiu *. Also: Carpet bags Felt do, Brussels do,
t' "f.Lipford. .. 44 .4tr i CLOCKS, AND JEWELRY. I kinds (V-toler't' 1 ".V2. 4U '; i Bofton Valises Wallet and Plain Bars for sale byi
I.-ii-e ( and Collars Powd r FIt-k.. \irtuu of t the power \*.ed in me bv law; I 1. t
I J lA'W', 44 8 4 Capes ,i Oct t>, 1$:.2: 40 G EO. W. SCOTT it CO. 4-
41U ali lietorp. the Ib-iiie -- -- -- --
Court I
of Hardware. Cr'K'k'rila"F shall I tor at
.. A gmid M'rtment expose _
i "j(1 Crl'Illr '. 4. j I'I I --
7 J Ware Black- i in c'.l (. the fourth *ilniid.i\! Bonnets.
TOWLE MYERS and Stone Ware WI-M! and Willow Q'lir.cy. /'ll .naly; on
;t G :.P liunr. of L-on.c County. Florida.Daval Mnitlis1 Ttul-. Ca-tiiiii- Nail! Ib:. : and is IHIW re -eiving I in April next, t the folIoing I dr"critd! property, fir.. 1 1 1 Bonnots J,-nnv Lind dn. Diamond do.. Fine I I Gold Watches. .
i t! 4 ..4 8' 1 RE now receiving and have on : hi-;. FALL ANIV1N1'EI STl>CK, all of which sri much I lhrof a" will pay t the Stale and CMIMV i i C1HIP tlo.. Knntteiidii! Jackanll'hitt:! Silk d. Ii I "T7E havo a few of these for sale, sent w? by tho

m-I aL JU\lum\ : ,Sl'n.II 0 I t. ,,': : }bund their Fall Mipj.lv! of.. be to wll at co-t for CASH. Tat due I thereon for the year 1"'r:. a ud the necessarv Velvet do., (:!r-> Afriqie d>.. for sale low loOel. \ \ Y maker in LiverpooL We don't sell diem low.i _

Ha. 3.-Sugar and "yrup. GOODS) to vhich they would recall I Country pri'po-e Meirliuiit- ns well H* l'llIIt'r'l.l1.1 do rxpen-es incident I t tlieirlo, I lo wit : i! t), 11'::. 41liEO.' W. SCOTT.t CO. but they are warranted by the maker to be a good .
t IB.F. "',\nl'r, Jr. ('f Mn.l'muu\ G>uutv| flon<3a. : 'p.'ct.ful1J] the attention of the public- well to dill; Nfl (xariiinp hi" frtock.October Eighty-titie: acies of Land in Gad-; Jen Coun'y, article and give satL-faction

t 1 r
i t tEl. G, I/aiic: of Iiwlidcs (;..ira.Jtjo. .: 41 .4 M' I E.: J). JohiiMin -- -- -- -- -- -- River, aiijoiiiin'j tli<- laiuls d I I nr..ral tv. Newport October 9. 1852. 40
.. --- i "TINE HUNDRED: pieces Blanks ((20 each) of di,1' -
'-. ltaylonnf..diri.n 44 l'luriJa. ( Jos-h. Johiui, AT THIS HUGH; O. ? IrUi i ,
il.\tt P...ul ILiH (If Hllllilt'JD"! 4. Gentlemen's Open DiLl: Gold levers PLANTERS, LOOK Tax Collector for Gai]>den CtiuTlty.Oetoher i, ret iiniKirtation, for sale low. t<, clo' a consign GUNS for sale!by GEO. W- SCOTT & CO. .. It

I <'**dn Rouw XVakiillanh .8 e.t Lad\.eh G"ild Hunting Ix-vere, by Arnold,n\'i1d Co, "HONOR TO WHOM HONOR Id DeE!" T r. )J.'>.>. 41 rn mt-nt, l.McNALGHT ifc ORMOND. t r 9. hl;_. 40
.4 Co. -- -- -- -- -- 1 : wp.rt. October ?, lt-52. 40 -
It I 100 ( 8 4 44 C.'ll"r.1 -
lietnbry, GROOVERSVILII, (Ga; Oct. 'J I. 1 lftV2.R. : I i---
-- --- -- !
ft1 ,J'I'nud'r, 4' ., .. .WjiUh of nil dfiCiiptions Notice.1.1 1I 1--- Laces.
Tb Gin; '
NMl Gin.
< Gloves.
** i-Crimiartie *4 48 Silver Hunting! Levers TAYLOR can put uiatr| cnihtors -:ratl'P'I. entitled to ditribtitiou I VERY choice and stylish assortment of Lace
will *
An -)hor, Ix-pinc, and common vou hent me is the lie-t I t-vi-r saw. It pick \ 'thcrwi- IIItl.r'tl.,1 .f A nnKi,1 nnd Silk; rlon' Stewart \ 4. Grain, Hour J1I.Vo!. j Silver I Hunting with muleTlu> or } $- in tim..tite ( 'I Kood, English thrta Linen Woven cto, Cotton
,, I bitMantl"! Clockf. I:;(Ht''irfnmds per day ea-y. two I .J Utt.Li! >Ii.->< and Misses )Mitts Fillets and! Long
of .Jdf..r..n :i Watches, and Mai Isaiah I Hampton. latef Jrifr4 County, dreeai-.l. do, Fin emnbroidereehladie's handkerchief: collars I
( .
fS1 Vmnty. Florida. le i- J..d-tll1' Gin: wx.rk liii'P. tl iiv--cieau'e' : I. Gcnt'emeu's( Black uid ci'I.ired[ Kid and 1 1I
f iatni exhibit cI.&inianil di1-} -u-e : super. do.
iiotifictl hit ir under-slt-aves
_i"d' .** of Culumb-i !: JIMVEM'.Y. all. I are )-rebv to a large variety for gale by
jlati. heat
County diH at -
well and nut .
I"ioriJa.I seed well m-iats Silk i G;lov For sal bvj
from this date tb* inderMgnid [ es. :, Oct. W. SCOTT .t CO. '
.. within two to 1852. 40 GEO.
ffl.VM-WiCfGaJkdcu 111:11..1. ,
4< Fine Gold Chatahiin\ Chain. Bra<-,-lcN, fin' Coral. bou-ht that did not ''i.l the 1 yoars
It is the first Gin I ever GEO. W. SCOTT i CO. '
\. 11.) .. will !IH' }barred awl all i .
7.-irr; "r the siinv ; jt-r-'niinlebte
.t" Cuff
.Of Pius trade
t. I | Penrl.) and Gold Ht*<>M Pins Ear King*. 1,11.:11 wilen fH"V.oW.. I am a Farmer\ \ O.-t..bor .>, IS.2. 4'\
r.t !.ltJ raU.rd of l"wndf'1 Gentlemen's Gold tn1cral,11'11) know
G'Ortrin. !Cuff Buttons and Finger King; I and a ort .-f mechanic and --- -
1Jrr.roD .n..m of ,I df.'rB Hurio1s. i Fob Vt-t, and Guard; : Chains. Seals Buckles nnd when nuwbinery work properly. I have I might immediate }payment to i I Fancy Goods. I PLATED Sewing Birds. Comb cleaners Agate but

1'LWhitc.rif: l\dKJc'u; 41 4'ChrjpherC. Key, Gold ThiinbW, Gvild Pen and Pencil Ca-cs several (Jins but this, ill the In-st I ever ln.ugbt or DANIEL) T. LINGO, I T5JL LACK and Col.re.1 Silks. I dress d.>. Enameled do.Port Monies
anil >
Sheriff A-Imini-tnttor.
Williamll .If Leon 44 41Bradford Tooth Gold and Silver .SpectaclesDfiu'j'c believed that Tnj lor'- M- < $ ;? 1 Card eases, Crotwi Pens Starch Polish. Powder Puffs, aI
Picks Gold Pens! MW at w"rk. I If I could) have I ) Blue, Green; and! Drab Thibhctt Cloth, '
O'-li.Ur It- 16J2. f.m
: 41 1 I
L't. t.: cf .' 4< It Silver and Pearl would have ordered .T.Ift'rQon County I Shaving: Cream. Lubin's Eitracts.Therm.meters Perforated -
)-v.1: Silver pf''tade"", Factory could have done such work Myiwlin[ le I.I uuc-6, Plain and Fancy,
: ----- -
Ko. 5. //:-Grape and I'ra Vint ) Curd Cwes, Silver and! J Inlaid; ) Porto M mai,'S IVKjuetHoldr a finer Gui but I am contented with this and Canton Cloths. board DiTukinj cup tc, .k.fllr sale by

V t.R Iarrwon' \If Madi-jou; County, Florida.i ] I } ., F.niis Pajiier Jfrncb1) Pp"kll. Port F -lio.' and will order another nest Fall pel-Imps, for mv place inD State of Florida. Barege De) Lnines I j Oct. *, 1852. 40 GEO. W. SCOTT it CO-- .

t fJ 'Y. J. Bailey, ('ujtffcrwm: 4'r Albums Flower Vaxa-, Tea Trays Girund-- Parlor Florida. Yours Av A. VAN. GADS; D EN cincurr COURT. Dotted and Plain Swiss Muslins, -
II'' 'w t, I und lAmj (;ll-.iwf4!and Chimney, Feather House Furnishing Ware.
U Tallaha-
\" of Columbia 41 JOH I-H L. DL-TTOV E-q. James 1>- Shield", 1r Pong.-e IPdk'fj, i
: 8j1ti.l111 of GaJl\ll.. 4( <4 I Clusters' Table Mats Pocket Compahfe-1, Surveyors' *:?r The nlmvu Gins are fr sale next dour to thc *. V Attachment for ?22y 53. M.antilbs. ID ICE b ,ilors. Egg wLips. Muddlers. Cocoanut dip- I

I f I\.ker. of,h"kflhnrill. 41 44 1 I Chains one Field Compass, HOUM, Tea and Sentinel OIfi.-e Tallaha--... bv. William; r'wl\lm. ) Embroidered] Crajx* Shawls, i I JLVpers, Ikitatiia, (. Pollak's saloon matches, match

I ; l bx"'l.1I1 of Lf'CIn" 4( : Hand Ikll.I .. JOSEPH L DnTON Agent. rplIE D.-ffii.Iant i is notified (.f an AtJaehmrnt 1u.d ->- \ Black and Colored Vtlvets. ', c.ifes, Chinese Tea caddies. Shaker table mats. Oilcloth _

21LChair.N- _on,_ 44... .8 .1 41No. 1 I SILVER Asn PLATED WARE. October :3, 1852. 42 _L in the cae afoie.id. un.111I' is reuuired tn I Laee. Gimp Mid Braid Trimming I do. Openvork do, ( CandleFticks Wire dish covers. .. _
.. 6. "cifltf Silver Table\ Des'wrt and Tea Spoon.- ButterKumHandSiHcrCups -- -- --- -- --- --- --- tilead end l answer to the same at the next' Spring 1Itekiilk: -Velvet. j(,f Water coolers, WhUks, Duster. Shaving CUd I

f j F. \Hitlu-r. of GadkJeti County Florida.Arkiucar Plated! Tea Sets Ba'kclsCViors Dissolution.THE Term of paid Court Oct. '.I, HiI:. 40 tt G. &. J. MEGINNISS.Burning Hair Comb and Brushes, itc. itc, for sale by

iII "'- Thomas 41 Gvoicia.Florida.; Urns Fruit t Stands WaiUrs Butter Dis-he* 'II partnership \heretofore exit-ting under the JOHN()I I ERSKINE. .'"\ for Plaintiff. -- -- -- i I Oot.y. IS: 2" 10GEO.. W. SCOTIA CO.

"m. liit.y; of Jefferson 44 and Candle Sticks Silver Plated Forks, Table DCJfiert. ) ,- ".f Gmlbolil it Stearncs proj.rietorh of the October 1G, 1SV2. 41 1m Fluid and Oils. -

L \>i'Ltorifcatur 44 (;,'"rIIA.f and Tea Spoons Carolina Hw-e is this day d!>*olvcd by aiutnal con --- ---- IJOH.TElrPatent Burning Fluid STEAM STEAM !

r- 11. "f (;aJ.lcu 44 Florida.! Fine Double\ Barrelled Guns Shot Pouches)) ;mdPoid ) s -Tjt. Tin- Carolina House will bo contimiod by (J. Crockery. THE subscriber }has fitted up the STEAM MILL t

,':3tJI lI'Jl'8.If: f U-oa 41 44tl It .r Flak. EnijIMi Caps Gun Wads Cleaning! W. SUtarnes. All per.ins imlebted to the late firm I FINE lot in Hogli}It'I.1.; and CrateK. for sale lowLy Machinery Oil of the best quality owned by Joseph A. Edmondaon eight

II'. &l''lhiUIf" 41 Iia1! !>, fine Table\ Cutlery, with or without Forks Carvers will plca!e. call and make immediate; payment to G. A the package/ M.-NAUGHT & ORMOND.Newport Linseed Oil. miles South of Tallahassee, near the Rail Road leading

Io.rd Bradfurd, .If c. u tt fine px'fc'-t Cutlery of all descriptions I line W Stcnnies HS be i is fully' authorised to settle all the October 9, Ih5:. 4U -ALSO- from Tallahassee to St.Marks and has constantly
!' I Scissor* Mid) tIean.Valking Canes Afwirdians Lu"iu 'MEmC I'OCJ.1TrrOr1.1.. KINDS.Madison FluU-s \ .lcnrt. Violen Bowb Violen and Guitar C. UIBOLD Salt. Eor sale by G. 4 J. MEG1NNISS.October I I and will be pleased to fill orders at the shortest no I

!lr'. tlf County, Flori(la.% String, Razors Razor Strops LubinV Extract, Cologne (;. W. STEARNES.Quinry. 9, 1S52. 40 4t tice. Orders may lie may be J left at the Floridian t 4

"McM5Ui. of i J..owndC'tl County. Gf.'Orgia.r' } lavender, Browu Winder and Yankee Shaving October 19, [23] H52.' 42 tf TWO THOUSAND sacks Liverpool and one thou Journal Office, of forwarded by the Cars to the'MilL

ta Tiicr,41 .1dfc'WIn ununty FloriJA.1tGiel : Son]}-s. October 30,. 1852. 415 : bushels Turks lland Salt in fine (order for I I Plantation Goods. October 9, 1852. 40 J. RICHARDS.
--- --- : Sale. eale by McNAUGlIT & ORMOND. received Kerseys Lint ,
Jkl1, of hamilton County, Florid3.i. --- --- --- r Lyndhurst for .CO: JUST yt1
i. of Columbia\ Cuunt}.. Florida.r"f In Chanoery. valuable Plantation is nmtoffered Newport October y, lh.2. 40( I t e assortment uf Blankets Russett and Kip Brandy, Wines, &c.
T. K. Ixxmard, Leon Connty, Florida. of the nvwt val- -- -- ---- Brogans, and almost every article needed for plantation -JUST received per Bark Win. H. Brodic," from
-W.A1@o 4' *, .. CIRCUIT COURT FOR LEON COUNTY. .TIllS ale, comprising one land in Middle Florida Bagging and Bale Rope. I I tig.For sale by* C;. of J. l\IECHSS ISS. ; tJ New York,
; 1tUfla .. .4 41 Robert W. Williams, bodies of farming October 9, 185 40 4t 10 boxes Archer's Tobacco,
lying near the Aucillain Ji-ff-reon! County, fourteen bales Gunny Cloth fifteen pieces an.II I = __ "
AU! .JII.'of 1'1. FIFTEEN 10 :
; Crosby's,
(aJtJ Mnnticclln. Kentucky
Sh.riffand mile, from
w.:.kerwf A. A. Fibber. Sheriff Ac, Haley T. Blorker Groceries, &c. 10 Thompson's
J.eon County. miles from
ex officio Adm'r. of W. W. ]Hart deceated, Madwon Court H<.u"e, mid about twenty Rope. For Bale by received from New York and New Orleans, 1 cask best Otard Brandr.
X'.7Dacora: H ".. Sides, Barrtltd Pork and Rail Road from Brunswick to llio- McNAl/GHT Jones. the contemplated
Jctliro Bradley and Lemuel B. Brown, Crushed and Clarified Sugars, 1 Sherry Wine;
} Picllcd Betf. virtue of a decretal order of the lion. J. '\ ajles masvillc Ge orguL Said tract cnntam.s about fifty-hvc Newport, October 9?, I8. 40 Old Java Coffee, in Mutts of 50 Ill each,] 1 Madeira -

I 11l.r.ra: 1i ofJelTenwu County, Florida..e BY Baker Judge of the Circuit Court of the Middle hundred acres twelve hundred of which is cleared ---- Rio Coffee, 10 kegs Goslvcn Butter,

), of GadAdl'n.' Circuit in aud for Leon County in Chancery, rendered and iu cultivation. There u on the premises a snpericr Negro Goods. Imperial. Young Hyson and Black Tea, 20 boxes Soda Crackers f

Hines. of Decatur County. Georgia. I in this cannc, in open Court on the 27th March, 1852, Dwelling Hou' ;, together with all the necessary SMALL asHorttuent. ay Washington Plains and Seirars various choice brands 20 barrels Sugar and Butter Crackers, "*

\, b_Itiwk.e', Leon County, ilorida. : I will n-11 at public outcry before the Court House ( building* : alan a first rate Gin House nnd Screw farm., A Kerseys Cable Warp do., Grey Valley do.. Salaratus Corn Starch, 5 Pilot Bread

tt.rroD. ll' 4.' II i door iu Tallahassee, on the firet Monday in Decemlwr nnd all other buildings necessary uf>on a large Georgia do_ pLiin and colored Linseys Carolina and Florida Arrow-root 20' '* Northeru l"la ,
A. } 4' Hickory an illbr, net to the highest bidder, fur easb the following de"w The principal part of Riul land* are Oak sed Georgia Stripe-, Calicoes Handkorchiefs &c. just received Star uud Sperm Candles, 10 I. $4 Itirarn Sm1Lh'

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. *( Law1.. to-\ it: I ; and for fertility cannot be eurpa by per Brig J. O. Anderson and for nale by Table Salt, Hops 20 J 4 a

11. t SWJScc3.T2.N ofItE; ESW {. any in Middle Florida. McNAUGHT i ORMOND. No. I Brown Soap 5 Dried Apples sad Pcache .
7rlDu- 1a //arrow. Wn nd Curof /#. to South *.
I.C't ? #,Maduion on Fliyrida.* a Sec K. T 2, N of It :3 E; W 'N W I, Sec 3, T 2, N ; foe flU 'rior l being desirous of removing Newport October 9. Ib52. 40 Fancy Soaps in Cakes and Bars, 6 u Beans,
J tC'wln: ; toD. County, induces him now to offer the nforosai.ll'rcm j -- -- i
to and "
much thereof a* Iw nca-wiry Florida Chewing Smoking Tobacco, 6 Fulton Market
L'on .i of R 3 t E, or BO may Bed
11'C \L.o, 41 County ti 4i raie the um of neven thousand .. Vl'11 hundred and. ise for sale. Any person desirous of p-archawng him may tho: Groceries, White Wiue and. Vinegar.ALSO It) S 4$ '4 --: t

r"C.'i."I'f n""r., 4| Ittl .1 five 48 IOU)( dollar*, wiUi interest from the date afore- obtain bargain by, early application deemed tx) unnecesJary. m as Coffee, Sugar, Butter. Starch, itc, landing 50 bags Table Salt, -

: F.ares: U 41 (wiid. decreed U> complainant and. the cta (If said : ; ('". Any further particulars SUCH chr. J. Vail, and fur wile\ bvMcXAUGlll'4 A fresh supply of Stuarts Can in. Guiipcmd and Hrroo Tw. v

a.ItIt. l' D I1Inill tl <4 .I suit and expeiiica of Bale rnrclia-rrs to p.iy for. Terms can be made easy to the J.pllrcha'lt"r.WILLIAt HAIJ.fY. ORMOND. For sale by G. ,fc J. ilEGINNISS.Octobej For sale by BERRY i ROWLS, -
"I'lh' XJ. F. VlITNI.lt, Odotu 1S62. 40 9.; l 1552. P) 4t October
I"1.n.1. .t. 41 XfAfct 'f' titlt'fi. IH i rccport. ( \ : 9, 1E. IU
t ** 41 1 1 Ij
l ,.. T Huttlf in -'Lllw.rr L n-Jhurst t. Fla October 1(C\ b02. i J I 4,
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..1 1 4 I HAVIXO located m Quincy. respectfully tender LATE OF THE FIRM OF SAL HOYT i CO, Attorneys at Law & Solicitors Chancery, IN QENERAL. = Tax Collector** Sale. DR.' J. 8. HOUCHTOH'S ,

** l ervKe* to the public. Office at SAYAXXAH. GEORGIA, TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.Wv. .
t HICK"E vested. 1 have
L. T. ia me by
tb* Dnig 8t r of J. P. Jordan & OxQuiacy TTTOULD to hi' frieid that be Iia re1 'DY Tirtne of autlioriUi|
Pp : announce A. FOEWAPP. I SIMOX ToWLE.I.l.t 1) informs the citizens of .0 levied and will expo for **Ie. before the
$ October 2, 282. V moved Cbnrlet S. C, Na I 4' E.tt Ey. upon
Cormrn-Mrtn P.uwne .cI. ..1iIqU4LiN(. C' Le nandneiibl.oiina Ce untiei. that he Court House door in th city of Tallahassee, on the ,
where hi i. to do a eemral ".
: W. KEYZS, M. D., Dentist, *. and fumi-h prepnred to order nt nil time, any nrtHe* Octt.l.er 4. I-Zfl. 39 has purchased the wtablL-hment lately owned tirst Monday in April next the Mlow-iag described
1Mr.. J. L. G ROME,on Adam*street,near Damond'sCabinet of nnKh thereof as will be sufficient te
AS located in Quincy.! C tTko in hi l-e wanted for the property
[ frori the X-vth) South m.\v
S L or A. K.: ULWLLL. M. D. Ware-room, and L prepared to do all work the States and County Taxes due thereon for the PEPSIN
I rt duire, *1PCh1C Mr. Joizi J G. 'rtal ntii-n. as well a* rrCtive and !! the *ame. pay
,. : Guru's. u And I ru'si1( that all litoiiiw entru-ted to MAXWELL & PAPY, of tin al >Vf character in the very beat manner, onreaonablr v ear 1S52, and all incidental espe-nsea. to wit:
January 17, If-62. fJEOLIAN hall nWive such attention a* will in-ure ATTORXEYS AND COUNSEIJ.ORS AT LAW, term, and with punctuality dcpatch.He One hundred and forty-two
1 my care ( donTitinj claim* to under tanb hi bu,ine** thoroughly, and nod twenty acre o'f Lan U lying Leon County
of their e--d nt
: PIANO fiuultr with Xorthtru and Southern TALLAHASSHK, FLORIDA. to be both able and willing to give Ati faction tI all bounded Wet by the Vkloekonw River East by theSt.

S that inv scrrsaiiituico FebnianMS51.. 5 who! funii-h him with Hoik. Particular attention Marks River and South by the Wakulla County
t ; p rtmnt of B"ton Pianos with with ell and may
a--> r markets will enable uie to as w HS any,
f 4 I lt VFIVE admiraliSe, Iiui juvLimpauimcnt, made bvtti than manv. w ill he puid to Line% known a*. Forbes Purcliase. and &aid to btloiig

.: "|iy the ldhoc.! of HalUt.Davi. & Co, may be, f.'und j'I Alo. dealu- in Bntter. ('liee..e, Placer, Marble CHARLES W. DOWNING, : HORSESHOEIXG( AND FARRIERY, lit the Apabchicohi Laud ('i.nip.nv.
arnlI H.
ha.Iiad inueh triciKe JOHN RHODES.
in which he
; 1 Uw-ir} Xcw Y-\Vtrro.in'. 2V" Broadwav. Th irH I I Dc-t, Cement Lime nnd Hair.I ATTORNEY AND COUXSELLOR) AT LAW, ]'I [ ; 1.ersi.n The Trne DIe tlre FIoU or GastJk
.. mat whose feet have bet-n injured by Tax Collector Leon
I owning an1 ,
; Su..1Lern Btkl Wrttcrn >l ncrs! will U I And A sent fr tun.lry Machine )!AnufcterI.-'. Tallahassee Florida. from RENNETor
) which reijuireI 6m PREPARED
careless or -tobcr 39
or bungling Shoeing may 2. 1P52.
ted hire, rncw tn all cur-urnim the amc as in Boston. Xc-rth en.l South, a< well a* SiU* C. H.-rrin's; Fire r ACI10K T1IFL OXater
I and of their Shoe direcijun
OtTicr the in the
f at Capitol.Nareh making adjustment of
% A full 'upply r't f-cowid hsad PianiHt. Pliu.s Proof Suf.Ge r.r5aMiI! French Burr Mill Stone* : nicety LIEB5G.HOUGUTON. the
j tf him triaL There i k branch of Notice. great rbsia.leah; :
15, lfc-51. 10 are invited to jrive a no herais,
'.. t ti let. Muscat jrtile! and retail laberal did.]i -i ic all of which will hi furui-he-1 on sh.'rt notice, aixl! atyllalItlf.eturtr's {I careful M. D. PhiLad.Iphia. ,b ;.
u .%u-t t i
price W. G. M. DAVIS, liand! than the Shoeing of 1I..rcs, awl hibe s leave SIX a truly wonderful rmdy Ic,
j : GOULD A: I'.KKRY, 27 BROADWAY} X. Y.J5T LVb l puil at all time* for'X>1.: Greon. S.i51ttd5nn.l to a.&ure the public that it shall be well done at his anti \o cier* to the Hon. Judge of "re-bat TION. rYSPEPSIA, JAUNDICI.LIV: 1DC! ,

;: t. .. Mcr*. Gotii .( lit RRV are *--iteaMvc publkli- Pry ili1c. Doer and SI.ttp Skin*. Shippinir I un'. ATTORN AT LAW, h. far JerTers county as administrator of James M. K. PLA I NT. CO.NS-TIPATIOX, and Co

..,.s r- and diiki', bole-ale ud retail in Sheet Musictod 1k4 fax. ILa-*. ROJK Cuttings, Sea IUa-l Cutton HAS taken ip hi* abode at Trfl'ahau.pe, and will February p. 2*. 1852. 8 Ib-IIoman, late of aid comity deceased, and ask Ivr a ing after Xatme, owu method, by Nat7',

: Mu.-k&l PcblicATi. DmJcrc in Finnor Music Svtil and Florida MOV in the Courts of the Middle: Diituct, J3f- Tilehan i '-1* intc-tided to apply only to the di-charge from said a.Iir.strntorLip.: gent, the Gatlric Juice. ,

4 uppi.4! n !liberal Urnis. 2T"Term* fti&li ariably. Rtfi rs to the citizen* : ot Franklin and Jack i>n Counties.r.O. I I' P.lacki-mithinir and Cojfh ni5thintr bt:..liu- .----the Carriage WILKINS C. SMITH, AdmV..TeffVr"n Cr>> Half a teasoun.l; l of Prisiinfutrf

; Au.21,1'2. 33 3mTHE of Sa\aiiiuh enenilly. M1CII, ( Milking being. ln-re-tof.re) % under the exclusive e/iunty, O -t. 2, li,52. 3V Cm fer, will ttig'it{ or dissolve, J't* -
1 1. 152. S* Sm tiliuul hQUZS
I ('Jrttst'4l, .L'e'.f Iwo out of
and f Mr. J. L. Groner. '
Sul *criler ill tlie M. A. LONG & J. P. K. SAVAGE maua cmtnt c Notice. I PEPSIN i the chief element.
1 j' > w keep daring ean.a !! I. T. X. I or Great
J airt.iiciit: of the follow ing iirticlts, which I HardScrabble for Sale. HAYIX'l a.x'Lited tlemaeIve f<>rthe rurc ol VLL pora.n indebtwl to the e tate of James Forv- j[ Principle of the Gaf rir Juicefte (

: o )be iiixito>* purclia-cr.) to call and ..CC-? and will sell a; HE n-.lKcr.biT offerc AT Rale the follow-in? deccriJL !'ur I-iw, will give prompt attention to Dr. 3. H. GEE L late of Leon County. dHrea -il, are reqre |I Food, the Pur1j.yingPrejerjn4 'eaj ,j te

a* low j>rico a* can be had in thu cityiHJk K-d and valuable propertyiz : flu\ Plantation any bill( eriTruttil l it' their care. re'imrd the practice of Medicine in Quincy, ted to m-ike irnnieilmte payment; and! thoe} havimr Agent of the Stomach and Intestine*
I i4& j 1 1s51. 2V! tf HAS drinaruU said will them to ed from the Di-e.rive Stomach rheoC'iT1 I
}'ft.In ', Ei4 I1iimtiny, uly 2 t. ajramst estate present of ;
the MeRae
I known a* place, formerly occupied by jK-ctfully olFt-is hi* i"er\ici- t< the public. '
: i IVrfc. Xavy Ueaii, Capt. It. Enjrlo. onitaimii4 bN) acre i.t. huid. c>f which j 5--- fgOffiiv nt the Drug Store of J. Jordan it Co.Juiney the iindfr-i Sh.su'Jtr! ; <<.uth Carobna Rice, .lu.ut hurulnvl have Iwin cultivated and Law Firm. lied )by law, CT thi-' iiotVe w ill lw pl *ad ia kr of their Iv likethc niTural Gastric JuweinilCh ''
3 Or produte ( &>eptunltr 11, 152. t ii ftmj
f. < S.ar-CttreI Hm Fn'.h Com Meal, % (11. C.'ri.. Cotton, Tobacco, ic. The I Platitati A BREVARI) v.iprac\\ ) ti.-p in co-partn.-r rt-co-.t'rv.- W. S. FORKIIAXD. J JEDV. '1 mrs.' I era. aaiI turni4hing a COMPLETE '
rja doX. Java' G'lfee in finall, ] matbv &, all nf Middle Circuit fFI"ri BLACKLIDGE.; SUBSTI ITU IE for it. B, the aid
V ii iii. ailjiiinini; the al o\ef whereon: I tmw rt-i.I.l \ cunf the Cinats the > j JOHN F. BECOME & ROBERT HEIR, j ,OH
: : O. Hf'Wn >"uiar, the hack 25 152. S'J' tt? } ti .n. the pains and evil. of I.VD/GEsTnW"1*
.! Oiliic iu Tullalixv-ce. September /
f tainin acre*, .''Inu '.'IHI of whUh i ioniU :it.t- a. h\i.-ed the Ware-H 1v'nsr> and! Cotton ''
J'(.rt' Rico do. City, (occupied pat reason by bet,
: ; Stomach. It i i.
< ] White Whine and CiJtrdt Notice. a healthy doing
land.f fair quality, mid produces Very well On the T. W. UliKVAKD.bnwrv : j Mr. C. .\. Xi: !h.) mot pi-clfully ofi'tr their ,-rvice irstnring ca-vs( f DEIl: wnni'or./ i _

I Stewart's.. Loaf Crvd! ar, 'in Viitgar'Viic j I4.tIItt'5 r.r a g''nl Gin Hou o. al-< Dwelling and F 1.1RS1. 4 tf tthf Cotton Plantrr in the following. capacitie*, %iz: ALL pcrvm3. creditor", legatees entitled to distri pept XKRVOtrS DECLINE, and lJIY.F..fACrATItj'.Y

( fl.I4'.1 do. Oil! t'ibtr 1'i.iMinj1nnd jileti
M .. flr4u1ate'1 j. 1.rnp a "1 'ti earn. The above-mentioned property lie* MIIwth I all ea.-i wh<-re Cottn 5 i4 'tored by ua, we bind AlU-rt E. 'l'avlor. late .,J-rfeion county, FIorMa.de- I The cnfii;liic* t* T.IAM '"b* M.In*
I-irJ grave. riunft .
.. P..wd.it.I Iii). Sr.ttVurct 'nle* of IaT Creek, between one and. two miles Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, | our-the* to be re-pon-iblc) for any deliiMjuirwy what- -eu* d. are hrby nvtiried to exhibit their claiiiis and lua..ed. I., ii the hii.hest degr e CtR1Ot ttjv*>n t v u

of the Lower Mineral Splines ami v.-ven mika from I j cvi-r. Alx>, to attend to the tamplin.j. and selling of ((-iiianils within two ears* fp>ni thii d4t.% to the unri MARKARLE.
jtrd the' \
I.f by 'tcr Sauce atid ALLIGATOR I'LA.
4 :4, .. 44 thn bund g. Ja-pcr. the County Site of Hamilton County. AloIfid tl.e Mine. :;'iwl. or the s''iine will be l barred ; and all person* !

by ; ju-re-is offered near the Great Fall.f the Su- M. Witir SVITII. I M. O'ltoiiv,: *?;" Oi.r OfttVi' i jit'iat&.I oppo-it- the Union B.u.k.l l'-bted to the sail deceased are rwutwl| t.> make SCIK.\TIfIC ERAROX VIDE.VCE,

,- Ma.! by the the half d do.J'rown .. Durham Mustard. wantiov Ri\er. a MiiUiUe! file for niwhiiary! of a iy 1 1kinI Oilkv at Alli :.it.'r. j OftVc at Nt.vnuv.lle., %?" V.'e will! at ;dl tim-s ;attend to the Weighing innti.Hli.tte; [piynient JOHX( L.TAVLOIt, A.1iiir. t LIEDIG in l.icPIebrtdwnrk

hynip by t-niall" Cavtnn Salad l'epper, ic. that wat. r p< w r can di lye. Tin- latter men- | Rf'-r us f* ,l. S. S. Sun, FT. S.itannah .1.i, (, of Cotton' in the Ware Home! Yard* in the vacant! lot Ja-ffers.r, county, Oct. 2, 1S.L : ., rtr t raal Cl.emr-lry. sa4 : .An Artificiil ]

; S j ip. bxc. LrtssuI4) tioned land i about 5 luiW 1-i-t i-f tl.e White Suljphi.r j I I>.n (.i..\>, J.uk i.n\illv ; Cl.. J. I'AINI., Ocal.i. Ls tw.-eii the Stores i.f Jnme Kirk.cy :ind I D. C. \Vilw.n. Fluidanalosom to th Ga,uic JaicBM '

!dflftS ju vLo: .U4.J ht: S.ic!.& Ii-&uit. Spring; a tinvrumtmr! ic-ort for invalid-. wlKr11'iS -- !' ( k-t<.in-r 4. i""ii. ;;yINSURANCE E:-.irs and at the "I'aiaba-ee! Rail R-Kvd. De-riot. Notice. Iv prejrcrl; frrim. the muCOus membraneottre !t*

h'e. I Pio sit Cracker, 1 Lot* of which h.i tol rable acbot the Calf, in which varii>n'
r two inijiioNcd one arliclMofjf
cxrn'rienre tlintwe
; J From we hopp[ month after date. I liall! !
lb. many yi-ar account
J t *rch in 1 paptr, I Water TNA COMPANY SIX preaent my meat and ill xoftrnnl rhnnmJ
c'omforlablu 1 building6 on it, and i* now invupidi by eg2v\ >e itetljttft
I ; in.iv .-cure thi- .nfideiifc of the (Cotton, Planter*, .
b% tli. I-it. Huttir' '! voucher! to the Hon. .Ju'lg. of Probsiti* for
in the
Dr. Kniirl.t, to whon 1 take plea-ure iu referring HARTFORD! COXXECT1CLT.pUlLDIXGS fame manner a they would
j t
any j jJM and nivive a hUrullure of their -.
(} r.jatr. (:..rli St.iri.h, Pjl 't and Navy Hroa 1. patronatT'Tallahiiec Jejfcr-on County, as A'lmini-tratr-r of John M. Brook. hit in a n itoinath.."
rn who may wi-h to examine: the- j.r..jwrtv la-t Stocks, and Cotton in Ware-hou 11 I 1 .V K6O
Lvij.e : Sf-ptemUr d.-tuL-.ul. late of said! and a-k for
I ;.. Port r and Alt: by the} il"z.Cid nnTiti.,fll. Af l..o1'' aTe* of land in (' .liiinbia, Coun-) iaurcn -t less bv llr- : County, a discharge Dr. COM BE. in hi valuable wrilitip"Phy4kdozy ?.;., I
t.autjt; bv again from "-aid I Adiiiinitratioii.JOslIUA.
T th fluz., j tv. within half a mile of the I>'wcr Mn.iral! Spriuir. a Ll'AVIS & AMES, Mules which are Mules I IX of Iiz..Gon"ob.eved that-jdia.:.
}.randy] tjfthiMiiJit'u / szi', 01,1 \Vj'i.it.rMartina, dfs-irable jilaci* fi a 'innn.tr. n.-id.iu-e. AJ-o with TAYLOR, Sr, AdmV I nution cf% the due juantitv of tie Gastric Juice
4 S \Vi'jph. Jainuy: 2' IS'iO 3 Agents, Tallahj! ( 11.1 or day Cm)
August ,
irorriiritnt and!
i I tie! I'M' H.c'%. I would wll a baiid, mv tti ck ..f! ( all-prevailinz cause cf D>jpfp,,,.- |
have ii TaII.Llla-.ce and >. for sale choice "
< r -r :u* a
rr arit It.tatss that ditinauished '
i Cattle. and! II>v*. H"rM. Mule.-! (ilc and make the a rroert
:: ; 1'1 'r, and! ]Pka1ifli, 1 liaVtuelita tutu, if .ecurod.i 1.t of MULES! a* wtre er o f.-red in thrt market. Notice. ici ne in f r.don.\\ !h 'was seveel .:,t,e.

I'auulyI' 'Lavoriitij, Extract-: lun2! eNe ij.criiiue '." ; ';:

.-r KI!<: at 1.jw pnccs for ea'h. wLi.lesjiK'1 mt-l reJAMKS -j Hamilton. d>, njAit''i: =I L I 1-52. :'. r.mI < "l lfOULI) inf-Tiii. hi* fri'-nd and the rui1.--!! 5,,!MI- -tcck in the way of HORSES[ which will tell SIX tnui h>TH to the Hon. Jiul e i>f I'njTiate fotI.o'.n fi the Castuir Jnict.obfiacln trcm

4 ). B. UAMULI1It. v iW V \ th.it; he Iu- taken the ftnrilatily ,K. MIJ icdif their own tales. County, & Ainiiriitrat! of Willisrr. Koliert, rf iUin; anitaaU, which proced ccp1'

__April: 21_, 1 I Preserves, &.c. by C. I H. B!<. I. and I adjuiiiin'. tin- -'i.rf lati ly 1'uri.hx-er- rc' jw'ted not to come nt once and de ea--ed. lute (.-aid County, and st-k fr a distLirj svcctufut"

Tl'ST rrni'.iiliHr Uaik Wrn. H. Hrodie," fioin, IIeII1.h.il by Bull t rrat.'riu-. where he \\illtie' jilafd take off all my ln-t n* I wi-h to a.-tor.i-h the Leon froia sad Ailiiiiui-triti; i Dr. GRAHAM, anther of the faraonsVtzet

.. CARRIAGE REPOSITORy, ,) V.'rk. to att< nd! to tin iMll" and vanNi-l* thi.'.f v.ho nwy beil Coiintv Fair with N>UIU of thefii-but fir-t cori.e. fir-t READ ROBERTS. AdmY. | 4. -ible ifli-r t/' jv, ; If M a -markabe! fact:

BY MILLER AND BROKAW, Citron, ]tr.,7il N'wtc. Ii.j. t't p.ttr'Tii/i' him in iii- line of IIJ-IIH-I-. ,--rv..I. JAMES Y. JONES.Djnulle. ( ) July IT, 1P.2. 2S 6rn f ph' -iu.ory.tht! he.-itom2chs ol aniiria!*,

Orange P .] Currauti l ) Kv.Sipt.-ml.er 2ft, I IS.5 .VJ. Si in water, impait: IM* hr fiuidlhe propett* cdi,., ,.
1. Jildh.1! i'/'riJ,. : < II<- ha- by the Lite an iS:tl-. a A' V' "n>lf'anry f
Mnce-Hn-ni! I Notice '* in:? varo>is articles cl focdand ofeCirln'artificial ; ; ,
R.ii-ins Jr.I/f..i .1 q ( I.jt/ f ouafr, I House Sale. j
7 riIuLcriLi.r] : ha for
UrW? ye r'i iiI
i a : Almond:, j D.tt<- (!is.r ; n'*", n "'ii-rd n nrfit-'Ht (if OIX months after date, I shall! prwent, for final ttiO riige.tlion of l.CEI ii no tn ije itwntJromlfif
_____ 'upph .RUI. ; is.: ia' ; i J trL_ H lIE large and! COMIII.I.UOUH! DWELLING( natural dig.tirerua.s."
_\_} _st: ____ >> AM) IIAUNKSS vhkh )!' 1 PiuiK"! we(t 0 11.F.'r iE.I t J> r- M A i> iri.o ni i A* (f. !i iJJ'JD-S 1 I HOUSE: t"it occupied by C .l. R. | tlerniit, my weounfand vouehrrt to th! Ikn Crtit he
tl.-y 1 vile BERRY) !;; prt {#- on I .Agent, and act aiargeanaonf De riptiif Cir.
by ROWLES. of Probate fur (;a.btj..n
fr milo All of \\huh. I flntttr \-elf.. .ial nnd! ? Judge County a* Aiii'iF trator -
T.-r the IiaMH.
| i anc<
ni !ij.t t niHtiuibl.ttnn-'. All JH r- | intyle P rry. a Ijomin-: 3Ieth.Mli-t! Cl.un-h. is culjr.jratis. giving a of SC1E5TIF1CREMARKAELF.CUKES.IrcajiIlfwUo
i ? I 2. 1'5 ) ; of Richard Carwehan, late of Charl
K.IH$ wi-Jun to I pTircla-t it ny .if th- it>m\ u-tid.. I quality, aii-1 .JI4.(? nv clifnp, jt,< any oth r* that \\ ill In irered for rale. To a PU ( l.a-er who can make the -T..n. S. C%. :vlDFcCC..initar I., the ab' veti.geenejrh .
vi'l' .iiCkll ati1 i ---- i 1..11041 i-i thii iiirirk. H J.- will I t I uIPct.nseef, and a-k for a di-charsr from. 'au M! Aditiioiittration. -
pl 1S: iuiic, f--r ttciiiIve"} PRocLAMATION. ji\i- particular: ; att.ntion tel 314 suIt the t-elh-r, it may l.o had at a ; .- portof |
S J.M-i-inbcr lit; liol. 4j tf to> la* bii-iiM pii'l IHIJH.S h-- will jutrit a liberalfsLtrl.IaZe A j' shy to the Editvrof the 1 Moridian! & Journal or the JAMES >L BETTXER. AJn.'r.Vt the United Stjtf.
No.Tul:: 14'.r.hv givti that an El.E(;. i from th- public.Xoveii.lnr23. < .,l -r'1852.I ;: 4iJ' f'n
; .: u.i-r"-i-i-d.' O. C. $. JOHXSOX.j ( .1s.-I I)1PFPL1 ri'ISFR.
I l willbeh -hl
CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES.D. < lhrouihoi.t tinState5S5 : 1 5""'. 45 tf j S.-pttiulHT 23, l'-52. :3-, tf Dr.II OUG HI ONS F 115N! has iruduced thieanmqrrdkzr.'c
of Florida!
fA oil TII: day. Xovi mln-r 2d, pn sI Notice.
E. HULL iijo. ftr Kl"Ct"t uf I I'nidnt and Vice i I'r.i'.bt] t.i e/Ject-c, in rtrnj ca'e of 1)eLi1t ,'.&.
I'I Drugs, Chemicals, dec. PREMIUM COTTON GINS. month", after tin- fir-t publication of thi* notice, tiationtrcuit* Drtlinr. ard Lyprptietion.
the I'nited .St.it1*. Xumb; r to !l.. -hon thru: SIX
: VFiK.S: f..r i-alc nndid] )
:) Jc tpf CLrriar.w.'I] a' irtwnt Dune nt tin- Capitol, in Talhil.us-, thit If'th CrL1'hIA'1I:: ( 'IXIXiarnuitcdjweatiJ full ET. TAYMIK & C().. !ProprietorcflJieCo- will pn-ent ir.y ;arcom.t arnl votirherand! aj it iaimpo .ible tu c\e: the! dt tail* ofc>*sii

]Ua ri-. at i day: of Au 'ii-t. A. I).. I P..2. J wt.iglat. I flitLI! COt lou: Gin Ai.iiiu.icl'jry! ha\e t l.e'jtiMaction jil\ to tlw Judse of Probate of 1.eu.n Count fur a the lirnil c* Ilii-i, adreitii-nnent ; but aulbehtceued,
prices lo uit the tinu .\K, in
>, :.Store,' \ = TJK l(S. UROWX Uwirnor.I Oil, Black! 1r'prr.l'iiritiiil toanuounce to (heir 't>dtion! and the Plarvter finrl di-char'e fiom rny udminL-tration of the"estate cerlitir.ilchavfbeen ziven <>* mere titan TWO
isaddliUndul! Martirc'alt-s ,
-, I1arni'A all kindl ]
*, entrallv. thruu ho'it the Cotton If[ ( ;tabntl Brittle detea.-e |IIIUXDKKD! RF.MARKABLECURES.IO Pbihd,.
.jth 4'Jt.e] ? I P.v tie Governor-Attt : ChiuxidiiK*. an nriid'* prcpnri'il fn-m the : growing re* o ,
andingle.. Can, f all
u c Inmtuinv'4 <> 1'i-riniaii I roiiMdi-n-d eua1 tl>at number XATHAX HOLT AdmV. phia, Nes-t Voik and f5c-fon slone. Tftese wtrtLt |
kind". .Sitriii A lie- Ituiid.! it. I C. \V. 11UV.IN( IS.irk. nearly to Quinine, at ; 41110. they ate prepared tosupph any ,
s. every thin.; dcspt-rafe rases, and the cures were not a.
celebrated GI.NS.
Ftrrrturv Flat'. ;itlxiiit oiii* third I tli" j priof. of their PRKMIITM May S. lh.V2. Is ;m
i>uallv kfpt in a i-t H'. 21. lf>:>2. :o.5: ALSO, a general *uppy! of Chemical* of the be-t Where these Gin have bica r>ncen'ed, it would rapid ala! t\uixerfu.bif! pet manent.It .
) 'tnat Jioit -. ;
imtux27 1 1 li NERVOUS A XTI DOTE,and
riualitv. i be Jreiixd uiineces% for the ManI.IatIiiertu&dy Notice. ; a great psrtcuailv -

J1tluIAr I 151.: 51 Bounty Land Warrants & _- I a word i in I their tavor, as I they feel Confident i lie; fla- neiul for tend net to BiHt'o- tliorder.LmCorrplaint
,c. j A LL creditors, legatee entitled to ditriJrA. -
jK-rson tmtfd Foe
Fever and bad!
riii; <* C"l'Cf"' T.u'Jri'-i. Kxtrn'tand: nn a -ortmentf cliin a have bseo bronzr t'- 'iclt pt rlTlion! I that \sne, cr ;
4 Baggiflg Bagging I)RO'TRED I IWGIJT AND! SOU! ) at t-! l.L-L, their peiforrr.ai.ciwill I recommend t them, butioo. or oiiierwitmteretid in the e-tatt-"f and tzue. ai.d the (9111 tifitt.i of 4ZiiiuiieNercn.,
I> F.tiy 1.ti! -t Aiti..l.! *. at MT\ low jtriri"*. superior :
ij i: i:. (;uT1s: ( lclL. -i-tpiiit-J 1 will at find I t-> j r..euri.g.; i hum j I>.i\i-' I'aiu Kilh-r.! l..tilw.u- Kt.i-ly I lU-lief. j I ii prefiMci.ce to all -rGii row in u-e. For the. \\ iriney Ti-on. late of JrffeivM County, Florida. d *- and! other ilrug: iji.n the 1)jt.ij.; OuJC,,jfl
I ;) lit' KfutGclv: Ji.-i-.viii?, 'iLMintil: I tinDrpnrtmi I nt- of 1 the rnm-d Stati t1trtl O on-l' Imli.i (Liyo'iu''. j I *Ati-laction ot I thf>-e \\l-o hovp i>otn-fdthe t Gin*, cezi-uI. are herebv notifitd to e.xl.ilut their cTarnI Ions sicknt s. Al-o. for ecein f3liE5,2udiieti.i
1'J' f>-! ; A ttflt. Jiaviic' rwords,! of tv.o p hui'dn-d! aiid ; I and demand-! within two year* from this d.ite. tu' the ( ttof atiitrit It alrscst ucoac.Ia
hca I-bnd j !{4e' ( tI.-li at..l! 1'i.iterun'l other Taiuily MeJ- ainl. are unacquainted!, wth: (heir f-jnilalii-n.il t L.cProprieli.rs rOe shirt's.
E. tiuiuix Florida roll in tlw late iz.ii.riV.tr al-! und'T-tirm-d. or the s.irnc will !,(- Imrred : and all ptr01 JItall't with InlniipfriHre.OLD .
-itU" ky K..JM ;8zI.1 Tw farYt.r l .- IrOt&b.'r2.1" > i< inv.JiiMif'n. i.eed only ?ay I tl.Lt! I lie 1; I'zn'r Prerainrr., *
}l.un'lrc <.f ; ALibama houth, Carolina and 1 iri'Si !bt il ;<> the- ?ail; dtcea>td, are re.jut-tc'i tv STOMACH CO.MrL.1L\TS.
Gi-orpa; ii.ive
2. ;;'j, J. 4t. (1 MEtJNi.; MeiliciiH-1, ic., lc. in-t r 'fivil I I bv been awnrdf 1 to t then f''r u the IJE* T GI.hibiti \ -\-
Ten'i--. roll!*, th with !1' < make! immediate navm nf. Tl.ere i- frm Ol.D STOMACH CCM-
-- e tone r a .i..; jirncti<- and i iku Li\VI.S: ,fc AMIIS.i.t :
Groceries, 6:0.ir.ljwr l..ly. of tl.e (Juarti-r.: Ma-ti-rV, an I the ti..,-t .1h.L1.tnL..l ( ,.!M-r 11 ] s1.: .10(, tf : siia ; ao.! at the AU'jit: and Ge'.r:ia Agricultural HPXRY: r. Tisr! 'x. Adcxv.! '1 PLAIXTS! which it ioe-i nt.f s *rato reach nd .'-

TIT < .<'Lu.tnrVtx ItUC! I.11 tiu-ir ijuartcrly: nti.rn*-all < !.ii'n-1 __ anJ Mechanic's' Fair, helJ at (Ji.Iuininiand at the J.ff.rton'urtt'-. Augu-t 2 !So2. 4'4 ":n j I innveat onr-e. Xt matter hf>w bad the* may b ,itiVF
.) 2' ; Ptt fiom ntits df-iiiny pr.imj.t; :it: .ntii.ii at a l I.i-.. f. a- av.<, j jei Now Opening a-iii'ul h'dir (1 I th>> Sr.i.ld Carolina I Intitiile, at ;! IXTAXT RELIEF: .!siugedosrin'x

Ji: carkSnlf I itcnt i A.'.-iit. will 1 lind it f for thi-ir intc-rc-t to iill the 'well k.iovvn: 'tan I firim-rlv l bv Cli.ii It--tori. 'Fl 1 f Cut Un uinn. il on these! Gins re- 100 Piano Forte's.T. i alt t'le' ur.jiltiiinntfitHtplctnai aijdit en needtele

e or al'lirme at thii city. llun
2 ti. zc4 Ciied, warrants, nreji' \% n-.vivd e here they anin- if : a ( ar..l Seka Clarle-tc.r.Soiif it Carolina, anil atvtry Fair fere GILBERT &, CO/S PfRITV OK BLOOI)..'ND VIGOR OF
Sugar Harn -'rtIiw1it
: *
2 L..gj.ad} titl1 to t: prime Jii.gnr, 1 IM-LII ma-lu | Fall and Winter rlotliln?. NEW VOKK WARE ItOOM:?, in < of Xau Votnirir. CranipV Soreae<
to tho-u who had the docuincntS.pt.imVr4t -. The Propiierois Iuve in t their nuir.tr- I ,ca-e ea, ?, ,
*' prx-es-ion
(}i''i'e I Fancy (;iw..1-! Cloth, Ca--ini: re Ve-tiic", '. Il''ierr.
"' 152.: : .''.: ('. I H. I JJLOOD.: )I I ou* ceitificjt-islrom Plantei Cotton Urokers, Coin.mi 333 BROADWAY, I the pit ot the Sf ir.ach. difre s after eatii' l.I H
barr.l 1 SiitM-ifinv n Fine Sewed and IVjrired I Il .t- rdc.. which
ion .Merchant* and .M-innfaclnicT! I cold ate cfthe Rrod; fleaiic5Lowr.ecfS Sp.Mits. :
of Cotton
i'S EL f-n.ilv. 'i the hub-crilx! ii i renly and! UIIXIOIH to r-ell on them -' Cur Anthony st. & opposite Broadway Bank it Theatre, !ecditt
BENNETT KERR GooN; te-'iivin that the icrfi Desponcncy, Emaciation, Weakness, !
& CO. I it t the Gin
'.' ] >ini3nce < I ,
0 Irth I'utntoca. <,,-t n-a-onable. tciin-, f r ta-h) or it" fjti>mftnt.The "IT rHERE the largest crtmeat of Piaiys vitfi toInanit Suicii'e.c.
and the aiind them be
10 4< dni.rtjo, General CoramiNsion and roruanlinj.llfrrhantsRESPECTFULLY s-to Mk if (:"lofjiin) ( ('Ii-i-t in of i ; produced by cannot ext !
4 j pirt celled by Gin ever manufactured. and vil/toiit tlie celebrated Imprt>v l _Et>leiDmav Dr. HCiUSTOX'S PEPStX, is sold bj nenly.
:-'i \VhiVv.. _' 0. I I i ii., \tr ?idc.ii Black ami I Colored I Ir) ---. and! Fntk. (Cont t I All ordeisfor any, Gin-.uivr-n either to our travelling be found-all of which have the Metallic frame, the dealers in fine drags and Popularthroughout MdiCt.

2 *' end I llWiLard, Firvi.eto' BlaCk, Bhie. :rej-n, lln.vvn: and iliied Frock, j and! icarranttd lati-f : tleUnifrdVrafe' 1*
are to clhnate. end *ier It i prepare
U-Xfti oflr tln-ir, their or local I AKnts, or fjrwardet! to I the Pioprietoi* by any
2 Sinc.V-fd I-.f, public} -ni-rally. and flatter Sick: and Fancv Coats, mail, will always receive i brlr.pt aUent inn. Gin entire taliifattion, and willl sold at yrrat bargain*. powi'er and in Fluid form-and 10 Prescriplioi '

2 Jluff-ilo Tonjuv I i*, themsilvt) that, by i-trut dttention to buinitliev, Prab, Il.uk! and Brown (Overcoat) *. j will be sent to any part i.f the country and war By an experience of tiij'it;: year, resulting in many 1 for the ute ot PhvMcians.
10 tit Can'1iet. Fi iienil arid Black; Silk and Black! Satin Vit important iizlpro'veneiut4thut. EoJr< hat been Irony' I FRI VATI: CIRCULARS for rfienseof Phjjituw
will )IH> able to ive fcati-f.Ktion to all who ranted lo give *ati faction.i in
d>!nM -
2 Lezti.n..', f..r wtl.bv} may Black, 1'laid. Grc-, and Fancy CaK-inu J'aiiUilooil" > tr> >rfrcti ulftaintd olhfrs. Nearly 1 be obtained ( Dr. Ht-nsliton his .'igeiI&.de
e igti PRODUCE or MERCH: I AXDISE to tliei&i. eitbar i! JOS. I.. DUTTOX, : cent, Tallaha > ee. a i* JJEflfY 4 IrwI.1) :. for sale or j-hiprm-nt.. I 1 Columbus, Ga., March 2'J, 1 12. It ly : have len applied and the JeaRind i is rapidly scribing the whole process preparation, and |>

All ordern for tin; rAirclia'e of gofxl, strictly and "White. F.ini-y Silk aii'l' 1ar-4illeQ Ve'ta, anti -arinu -f jri- __ T mcrra-tii. Eletrai-t Boudoir or Cottage Piano f ins the authorities upon which the chiim.! of tti
Bagging Ate.M other article" too numerous to mention.! ) Fresh Medicines & remedy baed.'is it KOI' A SECRK |
promptly attended to.Liinral Drugs, .c. conveuient for small rtx-m. T. G. d t Cos. Pianos :r' new are w

lrInhl YAnhuNNy; IUGLNC;, ; udvaiif"* made) on conM, nmen'" <>f C'OT- A. B. CLARKE. I rL'III* Sub>enbfr> are ju>t in ni ipt of their SuinJL
L'JkJJ ) K.-ntutkv TOX.T01UCCO, XAVAL :STORKS J or WKSTKRXPRODUCJ XovemlK-. 1S51. 44 tf zit-rtt.-k i-f Medkinen.itin in part of Rhu- jiunnrs* ami Ions standing in tttne. Prices fame a* bj Phviciar* in pectable standing t and rej *

20 l Cuiii 1t,1.] ,, :. -- S HELP AT HOME. j K-irb. Aloe, Seammony. Ojiium) PirHrinf: CaIum, t nt tif M-inufuitcry. Dealer supplied at liberal : practice. Price ONE DOLLAR per bottle.fj3 .

z eak. Joi1vt, Ainjile iirrani'crrc-nt for Storage at th.- 1u'wet rate I Cream l'nitar. Ipi-cjie/Jalaji, Hyilroide IV>ta-a. Iodide di ct unt*. E. II. \Vivde':* and! the entire Boston catalogn I OHSERVF.THISF.sery! bottle of the pine
1 tierce Ale, NeW Orlean*, ugu4 I 11, 1S52. 32 61-1 THE uunderigii.iI.liaviuig made large improvement* Iron. Iodide Mercury, Syrup Lnlid Iron, .' of Mu-ic and instruction l bouk# fumislied at this I PEPSIX bear the written signature of J S

:!'''u e.uck. Salt, in biiililin" null iniirl.inerv 14 iminrcn.iri'd Acetati 31uriatii% hulpliate (juiniue, Myrrh Sc-ut- store at who1aP-. 1 }iOU ElTON,M. D., sole proprietor. PhiLdelpk

4 barrel Cruchr-d Sugar. WAKULLA to funiiih COTTON GINS ofasuperior i tle and litz and! Soda Powders Imlin.Xitnite Silver, Soda HORACE WATERS, Sole Agent I Pa. py-riiht and Trade Jbrkjeccrei:.

2 '' Claiifiod HOTEL quality.He and Y-a-t I'wlt'rs. Strychnine, (rro-ive Sublimate Coa-tantly on hand an exten-ive a.-s->rtmentof* seCon. I O-So'.d by ah DruzgUts and Deal*rs inJItiCi" -

2 hli.l. Brown AT THE NEWPORT SPRINGS. ha got up no )humbug bv making fJinsto, CXIII- Morphine Arsenic Red! and White Pmipitiite. .! luri'I! I'ian.'s in Ro wood and! Mahoganv i-asi's. "

For wile chi. bit at Fairs or by joins Xonli.) to I iwdl or other place I Cobalt l'ruic Ai-iil. Kino Pulv.! Antinioina- from > LEWIS & AMES,
aji by S. S. } NIG lIT. uii!!i ntil having leaded this \vt-ll- ( \ar\inginprice* ?3t to 15". Secondhand
September IK, 1 l2. 37 as.--; THE:, ', tublihmfiit *, to et XortheriHTs). to write in liin praie.Hii Ii..arinrie Aciil, Chineonu Stnna, White and lIue! .Eol.-an: Ihanofrom *2iO! to *273-Grend l'ianais I WholesaTe and Retail..4gents.

1 .,rnif the \i'ititig itnd travelling, rei-jicctfiillv that in e.-tabli-hment. if strictly Southern-in. the inidtof I Vitriol 1, Coriander, 1'ardonion. Caraway and Anni-n-d!, from ?: i to *70 i '). Prince Jk Co*, Melodeinw from Febrnart 7. 15-. 5 .-

Wanted. he h.in hud it grwitly enlard and tlu'rougl.lv j.ultlii: the cotton ("rowing r.gisri. He intend. hi* ''Jin* to Manna. Gum; 1'raacanth. (;t1ia-lun. Ammonia. Camphor ?55; to ?t'I'. Carhart ?55 to 90-.-.Guitars from f lo I at Par!

TIVE: THOUSAND DRY) HIDES for which) the pairt-d, newly painted) and furni-lind.) I He ha Fi'-hi-r-re t-how for them-ehe. l *, and are warranted,, to jK-rform in 1 Salad Oil. F. entinl. Oil (of all kind.-*,) Clove*. to ?75. Ac, Ac. i Exchange hlarthenre. Cnx-fcery Tw ,

& Jliishe.) t prices will be pnid iu cash or merchanJzc ,, rii'-n! con'-Uintly! einjiloyed to funn-h. his tal l lith the bet manner, when projteily. attended to, or lo be |I (!in inadu; to ilo MI at hi* own fin! repairing Contok" Town-f iwlV. Sands! anilConsolidated.
a'dditi-tn exju-n-e. ? ): : *, Or.r-
S. S. KNIGHT. Ovstr.t and Fi-h.; i in to \\hich delicacy Pnto 1t'. :
every Hat Black Dress C ,
done at Sill'rt not ire, and in the} !I.-t( mminer. Orders I Rad. Colurul Aiuhui, < Rh .i OrrL I *. Cap*. 18, 1P52. 27 tf will be proudud the market Mill :a[Turd, "inclu, *', ;al: W. G. BURGESS, Cotton Broker, Iluntin Coats. SaiUfa BriH '. given ii)
__ for (G ins thankfully recei\cd. :iml promptly. attended ellia Iii.i..riee. Seiieipi. Vah-iian. I I U. ; ,
I Spi Stida.
>'iiix !
.S -S ding. a cargo of the ('tJ Mutf": ; in the shape <.if | hi* sen ices ta' hi* friend* and the public EXCHAXGEf-rCiuJi Cotton and PTd u
He will deliver them the rei-idcwe of the OFFERS I ,
Groceries to. at pur- 3lagneia. (Caleimd and! CarlN.nttvd.) Chamon.ile,
&c. Jtokton Iff" for the warm d.tys. He has: a ( .Lrria. !v. ( >rlice with Mr. Demilly. cunerally. J. M.Xi.vembcr 'W1LLIAMi.
1 rcT roocn-c-d rha-crorat his farm. IVlowarr a few certificate out Flower*. (2u.k-rii. Aid-----Muriatic, Sulphuric, Nit Country
Sclwwu-i. in
IKT Win. R. PctteB fromSKW coji5t.int attendance, fur Indies and In valid* \\ hot August 2S, Iu2.* 43 "tf 4,1
I I 851.
.5, Orlcan*. wiIi < \i'it the ]t.ithvhich are imw I Ix-in. inrepair. of the large uumbtr that could exhibited if iifcetary. .-,-: i. A -.-tie and! Citric. Ray Water ROMOrange( _
;I, }put J. H. WATriOX. 1 .and I.avi.ihrV.itcrs. P'liivorin
Florida Extracts.
: CASKS Cloar Hide Bacoul comjiU-tc P.-iaN will be .
4r. pnnidt-d for I th ( ,
4> Riblji-d < wi h to iiiiike an fxrnn-iori the IJ Hop*, Ht-rln. Ac all of which are fresh and of the
to .'ht I House
F 1 ShouhKri James' Inland) and! other jtlacc-t alsiut the I lav.Ha Mui.v. Fibniary I H.' I 18.>2.Tlti be>t (iiialitv. For s.ile by TT7OULD*: respectfully inform his friends and the T E subscribers have on hand two hB d.r'dfr.;

tf :;v t'urcc* Sugar Cured Hanif.ll I lunjii-t conii1ct(il a new ancl coniniodioiwtubl i1- to certify that 1 hav in! u-t; ujmn! my, planationi. J. P. JORDAN .1 Co.Quinoy 7 public generally. Planter particularly, that lie fitly ounCes ol Sulphateof Quinine.ttbiro in

4 ,4, Ri-r, -, which u fumixhed] with careful and in Ie and Baker Cmmtio, three Cotton (iin* ? June 10. 1.V2. 21 tf will l Ie prepared to attend to the Weighing of Cotton have obtaiced direct from the manufacturers,

4' 20 birrids extra Familv Flour.1U (>.-thr. In hort. tlie Proprietor himlf attentive if sixty .hawrt each) made l by Colonel. J. II. Walton, of nail Tobacco at the Rail Road Depot, and aL o in the hey will warrant it to be a superior article-
phdb '
A t Union ilo all in hi* rn,wr to conduce to I the comfort ami to .ilin\ra, with whkh I amrtll Ilc.tI.I, nnd consider Glass, Oils, White Lead, &c. "ity. in the yard lately occupied by Mr. C. A. Xash, We have enUrged our stock ot Drugs .,

': :u SUIMTIIC i fiirtinn 4if allho fa\orwith a call and s'ieit4! *:iti hem eijnal to any fiiin made in! ( ei'ria., in every -| f\f\ BOXES5ii.low (;lass, assortedize*. in tlu rear of Mr. Kiiksey's store.gfi cines by recent ariivalsand are prepared to tx '

0 Oi.ionn. a fair nial. nuy A. H.,XOYErj.; e-jM-ct.. I take; pleacure in recommeiidmij them tol I J.VVHMI kegs White Lead, pure, extra & Xo. 1, Having engaged the service of Mr."\Y. G. flU R- orders for articles in onr line, at wholesale 01 1

I 10 Iri-h Potatoes, Xw [fvtrt. March tU'', 1R52. 11 I.l4tcr l in Si.tltli-\Vestt-rn Ge''.rg'ja and Florida. Col.WatMII S ban el* IjiiM-iil Oil, 1ESS, as Sampler and Cla.'*cr of Cotton, offers his on the most .iccommodating terms.

Ltrd, | i i.* a Southern luau Imni and raised in our 5 Lard Oil. -crvioe* a* Cotton Broker. We have aNoafew! accoullt } et due nsl0'amc0ti

10 keg* DISSOLUTOIN. nrid.-t, and hai HO Northern iiittre. 2'i' p.ickiie{ Fire-proof Paint (bbl*. and \ bbL2 .) J 'He will lie prepared to make liberal advances year 1S-J9 They areeeneralh in small Mi,ii

f burreli Monon ahela Iii4cv, lIE partnerbip, under the linn of COE:, AX- JOSEPH 150XD.AIBVNV UirreU Rectified! Whale Oil. on Cotton left with him or rent to him for cale.K but if the nholernuld be paid shortlv, t Sfl"
T which
.t. 1"U, Rf-ctified DEKSOX ACO, has this day been, dU ilted 2 Train Oil 1 bbl. Copal Yanii, : ? Hy giving strict attention to all matters con- Urtowardsliquiditingceitain sums;
t_ 10 nacks Rio mutuul by (Cia., IVbnwy 23, 1R5. in l4irrel4 and lected with weighing and the sale of Cotton and by LEWIS
,. Coffee. For ale low br ron> tit, bv the withdrawal of Mr. Charle* A. Spirits Tiirjientiiie at A fjeu-
\ October This ii to certify that I ltu.e in iie 'fl lilY ii1a.tta Niying part cuhxr attention to all instnctiou: he hopes June8.1S.-iO. 92
Ib52. Vi S. S. KNIGHT. C KThe uuscttleil bu-ine-s ofai l firm, will biloMd era! assortment. of Colcirs' Uruslu-". nid other Painters
by J. George Aidtritiitl, John H. Eai le. thin ifi ti.,. ('iiui.tv. a ..ixty saw Git,, ,naniifaetured by'Col. aaterial LEWIS it AMES.Jui.e o"mrit and receive a portion of public patronage. :Lots for Sale.
Real Spanish; J. I\Vatson, .,f Paliiuvra, which I consider equal Tallahassee, Amjujt 28,1S52. 43 tf >
New York
October 5 1852. 22
Cigars. |[2!] Ih52. :;'J tf and TV !-> '
to Gins nui.le in ( in LARGE assortment of FALL
any .rgi.i
A FEW Ils.i.nd of the "" t -erv partiou i t'
b A
A. warranted a perfect cure t'er for t the Spanh"Blue Cigars-Devil CO-PAETNEESHIP. lot excelled by any. I have no hesitation in recoin- Wines, Syrups, &o. Steam Steam Steam GOODS, comprising aU articles needed NW k

a. received from New uuieiIliIig theiu to planters iu SouthWestern (!eonia. Port. Claret, lIE subscriber will sell market rro-ived by recent arrivals front
just OiKanOctobfr -. T IIE: undcrMgncd have formed a co-narttier'-hip). im- OLD at AUCTION on MONDAY -
They are manufactured in our midst and by a Old Port Juice.Sparkling T for sale in JWt to> suit n irchas 'ri>.
2 the 8th
Ib52. 39 BKRRY ( RO WLES. tier the firm of SMAL1AVOOI), AXDEKSOXJr day of XOYEMBER next, hi*
CO to conduct a General Commin-'ioii liuMiic-sa ni Southern man ; a nathu of our own,, glorious Georgia. Sherry, Cider, STEAM SAW mid GRIST MILlS, situated on the November 1, 1851. 43: J. M.

Fall and Winter Clothing. the City of New York. Office, lo Beaver Ktreet DAVID A. VASOX. Lxmdon Porter, Scotch Ale, Plank Road, six miles from Newport, consisting of a

JUST received from New York a supply of RE MY .. J. L. sMALL\ 001). Palmyra, Lee County, Mauh fi, 1852. 9 tf Brandy lVnche. Brandy Cherrici, sixty horse Engine, one single saw, and one gang id, Georgia Kerseys.

CI/THIXG. For sale by J. GEORGE ANDKKSON, THE TRUE Ra.-plxjrry Syrup, Sardine, upright >aws-two circular *>aw mills with fortv-eight 5 0 PIECES GEORGIA KERSEYS,
OctoU-r 2. 1852. SO) O. t J. MKf.IXXISS. JOHN H. EAHLE: Strawberry Freh Lobster, inch saw.-one circular cross cut and one lathing saw 50 '- PLAINS.

THOMAS J. I'EllKIXS. COD LIVFR. OIL. T.piiiin 5' Shad.f -one "ri.-t mill, capable of snindin<; :>l) bti heU of 20 WASHINGTON KEISETI.

r Shirts, New York, October 1, ((2)!) 1852. 3D --S in- the-cure- -of-Scrofula- linger Salmon, meal per 1.our-be.i French Burr-all new and in the For sale low by HEIR at
: Consumption,
hAT USEFUL Pine Apple ** English Mustard, September 25 1852. 3S
liest of order. ,
arc a.h-
i of
all iiualitieii, of both w hite { '.in,Asthma, BronchitisCoughs. -
and MEXICAN MUSTANG (;iauva Jelly, Preserved Quince. Will be sold the time and -
at tools of
fancy coluri wrne of which are extra fine, and alldieaei> of (ihe Che-t at'tt! Lungs. A supply .. place, C1th1flg.
Pall and Winter
and Tall fit "to T." and Merchant Currant do.Sparkling Peaches, description-Cart*, Oxen, Wagons horses and
a Just received and f.'r.ale DRUGGISTS can obtain supplies ol this valuable medicine it jut received, which i is every ,
7-ia. \v. T. MITCHELL.very prices, bv application to warranted pure, and of vcrvsuperiorquality. Gelatine, TamariuJjj, twenty Xo. 1 Mule. JUST receive.1 n large supply of the bj

April 1852. 16 'LEWIS it AMES For sale by LEWIS &. AMES, Flavoring Extracts, Spice1lckles\ Term, cash, or Northern acceptances at sight, or J cwnsiatins of Coats. Cl iks Pants V'
Wholesale Agent for Florida May 2-5,1S.)0.() 20 Tallahassee, Fla. Yeast Powders, on time, with interest added. Drawers, ic, itx, all of which will be wM
m I Lamp Chimneys March) 9.1BS2. tf Corn Starch, Salad Oil, J. L. TOMPKIXS. by HEIR.t
-=---- -- PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY"HARTFORD Olives, Capers, Atigiit ]82. 31 14t September 25, 1852.
%yiCKS, Camphine, Bttruinff Fluid, SpiriU Titr- Something to Eat. Worceeterfliire Sauce, ci won. {3f- Macon Telegraph and Savannah Georgian will _
I>eutine, Alcohol. For bale by CONNECTICUT, LEWIS AMES. Blankets Blankets !
KfBARRELS extra Manatee Mullet, copy until 1st November, and send bilk to advertiser
JI1.. JORDAN J: Co. JU 25 '4 'I Molasw Capital Stock, 8300,000. June 5, 1S52. 22 tf at Newport, Florida. HUNDRED NEGRO BLAXKE

Quincy, June 19, 1852. 24 tf 10 ho-Thhead good and! common brown Su ar, THE: undercujned. Agent of the abovo Company, FIVE pair Bed Blanket. For ale low bc

-5-- 6 kegs extra Gobhcn: Butter, kept cool in the prepared to take risks against Firo on build Garden Seeds. Coffee, &.c. September 25, I85. S8 HEIR

Bagging Bagging Ice. For hale by DANIEL LADD. ings and their contents, on the must favorable term*, RUTA Baga, Flat Turnip, Cabbage Beets Ac.,just received per Bark Win. IL Rrodie," from

') PIECES Gunny I3agghig Newport, September. 15 !. 37 F. H. FLAGG. Agent LEWIS A AMES. JUST York, CASH ADVANCES.

OL, 3 Jvonfiioky --.- Tallahassee, October 25, 1851. 42 June 5. 1852._ 22 tf 25 bags Rio Coffee, IE undersigned beg leave ti> inform thep- "

so Dundee .4 Rope Bagging and Twine Thomas Hughes Hines 10 Java J. that they are prepared to make lifitrof i**'

Tor sale low by PIECES India Bugging, NASH & CO., 5 barrels Crushed Sugar, rdaty.% on COTTON shipped to the ho *- of RUSt Il -

I Auff.21, 1852. 23 HEIR Jk RUST. ,Ju SO Kentucky Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c., Attorney and Counsellor at Law, 2 Powdered Sugar, DERSOX A l Co, New York. HEIR &tf

.r.O Bagging Tw ine. Forfnlebr TT7"OULD inform their friends and the public, that TROUPVILLE, GEO., 2 i Stuart's. Syrup, Septoaiberia, 1852. 37rp

'I Bagging Twine. *-r2.1852. S'J BERRY i ROWLES.Children's 1 they have on hand a good assortment
1 Baggh.g. Twnc, articles as are generally kept in their line of business, Clinch, Ware, Applinj, and Irwi ALSO-Starch, Pepper,Saleratu, Chocolate, Smoking Bale Rope.

100 For talc bvS3 and Youth's Clothing: and will be receiving regularly fresh nupplk's. Their Counties in Georgia, and ia Jefferson, iladisou, Ham and Chewing Tobacco-Cheese. Potatoes, Indigo, 100 COILS best quality Bale Rope,

4 1UST received by W. T. MITCHELL. term shall be reasonable. ilton and Columbia Comities in Florida. Xutmcgs, Cloves and Alppice, For sale by For saL by J'.L'ST.
Aug.il 52. llEUl J .1
A RUST.fcrv Have It52. 13 > iIrJJ :
;, tf llahatJtc, Odolcr' 11,1851. -10 April 2t, 1S52. 16 'Oct. 1. 40 BERRY A ROWLE3. Au.2I, lOu.tC" ,

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