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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: November 6, 1852
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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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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The Battle of Marenjo. j A perfect tornado of bulb. Is from Dessaix' Battle ,- _i__ -----_ _- _:_______J t

The following thrilling sketch of one.vof the ) division swept their ranks. They poured mil A Iltiti li olnVer of New Orleans- |I Be Forgiving. J"'IOIH I'm t'oullifin t'uiiicittor. Loolc Out for Yow'Horses-

t fa-nnus of Nnpoleon's battles is from1* answering' volley into the bosoms of the i I ?'.ceucir. v OrUans) inentj.ins, who \a in the battle of; '" (Jreifer H he who ruleth his spirit than Improving Old Lands- One oftfi exceedingly IronMe! om<3 JHSPS .
j incident of tlm'l-
; an "
.Magazine : F rHarpers' A bullet pierced the bosom of Det innsaix < and heStrtflgc1es who taketh a city. i ) : Momma: :-As lime is money,'* ie Iiwhich horses are liable! i* the '

and ha fell and almost immediately 'I one \eiy d!fcriplivo of, '" Come: here, sir !I" saul a stroncr, athletic'an' d all lalxjr-S'iving inventions: the "Greeso" or better known
cx. the Western economy us the
that hunter as
was ft'lly' aware decis-ivo of among
whom marched
,1 ] pirbttl ed. His hat words Trll many ; man, as he seui-il a delicate looking lad of f time, I have concluded to ri- "Scratches."
tihI soon tnko place. Melisvns were, the First i to the defi-ncc of New Orleans \uliuitecrs by I( give m} exp It is an inflamed! state of the

f1fl nfl : Consul thai my, only regret in dying is to i in the under lio! ] tin shoulder. Youv been in the water I <'"ce and observation orr ft point ofagricnl-space l btwecn the fetlock and the corner of

rlpl!],? %, : laconic parts, concentrafingiiisarmy.and : have, perished before having done cno;' 'Ii lo Ji ckoii.army, renowned AnJie\vt, ng-iin.. sir I Havn't I forbidden it ?C i tare in which :all who ermtfjvitethie soil t the Hoof. In a healthy state no velvet can

jhc; following ) characteristic or- i live in the recollection of posterity." "The j i We !j Yes. Cuiier, but-" | interested' ? pp,'ci.illy: tl'o! e that, work art'l I bo more oft to the h.nml than this and with
marched ,
j'it'd the said
Fii the
i by si Consul to Lau- rflieor
in solid
jer was *' soldiersho] ( devotedly lovrd him, sa'.v hi column of a ; :\ o 4 i nits, I.avn't: I forbidden it-hey i": er worn lands. This is the case with most t this softness it has an oily touch which
twelve
Gather | I thousand one
md Marat: : force at the : i'i direct !
? men "
PCS your jj j l, and iiisbed more nadly on to his |, line the J t es sir. I wa; *-" .of us; at lon t ll,re whotill tu! lands of would scarcely look for In- 3 much
On the avenge American 1 part so
i iradclls. 8th Oth at the la- upon defences.
J or tj0jcst I
river > Lth. The swollen tide of uproar, conl'ucd! the uelong- "Non-ply: ; sir :I"and the Mows H.ll like j :MailNnn, enrintv. Mi"'. Originally) the land exposed to dust and dfrt. The disease '
have hand to bta/l"/ and sometimes
will ,
: on fifteen : : s d
you your or sion, and dismay, now turned, and tolK-d in watt-lied a \\e :;i\unr> we ;a J hail aturm about the child Lead and shouldor of this ronnty was p-od'se'ivv. nnd tail well t tj attacks: nil the feet but the heels of tho
thousand ,Austrian -Meet them, throigi: our !;.i-e.. t the -iion i( and I
g >
fifteen singing billows( Iii the oppo.-ito diivction. p. I ;. j foth r cultivation' but that! i is numbered v.-ith I te l.iml feet morn frequently. After inflama-
them to pieces. It will l be> so arrangements: of our v.ih ti.r.t in
jncl cat many Hardly one moment: ehipsed before the .ns. ; otlicer i-nemy ; : tenifcity ? 1 Not n tear sfirted from Harry's eye. but things; that were, and nnlrss s >rne plan is t ion has existed a short time the skin become
lf-s hands the of the ai: : only feels v.F.cn -
on our on day in-
enemies? i: tljJtcisive :Li, flushed with found lhom clve. muchi-g: : his face was: deadly p.ile and his lips speedily adapted fr the novation of |
battle we are to expect; with the en- 'I victory, = |j to the jaws of death,, vi h the tlia' firmly our < ? dry and cracks, and soon the part is

of Melas." The ( ovirr w helmed by defeat. In tie!: midst, of thi- !, while 1i h lie thus offers himself assuiancc r.jnipicssed, asin rose and looked at his fa- ,: soil i!, we will bf titb"r reduced to becirary; or'we ': raw and very tender.

army; force advanced prediction was i' terrific| scene, an aid rodenji to Napoleon: ) and !i the demand* of hi as a sacrifice 1 to llu-r( with an unflinching eye. j < will have to change our homes for one Thb-cans-e of the ilfserue f? undoubtedly!

Irn(. An Austrian eighteen 1 id Dessaix is dead." j rountry, every action! if j Cio; tootir sir and! that will for
Lannes met them the l But a moment lie1)0 successful or otherwise will be roiim. slav there till ,! rem'inernre u' our labor. This 1 t t"county the want of proper htfention. The Irorst i is

thousand strong. upon foie they were convening side side. judgct you t are se.t i"r I'll master! that of! is comparatively lr-\pl, with driven throurIi
of Montebcllo. They were strongly, I by Xn-j witli i the most ht-aitless spirit a cliy [ i iI ; the cold mud, and perhaps i is
|
fold I poleon piessedhh forehead com naively with ) It sciutiti. your bef'/re: ;on are m my d-ivs older.'' I 1''foundation, -a foundation, th/it I is susceptible 1 I left standing in it for two or three hours during
,
tim was stiane
with batteries ranged hillsides a tight-that lon of"
upon
posted, liis hand and exclaimed range Ten minnes'fter! door n'' ns much other t
mournfully, Victo-j 1 I Harry's opened improvement ns any in the i inniver the day, and
bales
: which the M hole plain. It; wcf as cotton -:v now material for hireit. t
swept rv at such a [trice is dear." j and his molher glided gently: in. She vas a ,p. Where there is soil, our lands pro- I ICP } 'with a portion
: moment that this body should j wotk", with, the crowd of )li'nu.in, be
utmost
the j The French now made the v/ellun] ring hind I their heads belies 1r a.iii', deilcate, ( woman, : witli mournfid, blue I "IU equal to any. A little manure hasai'( This absorbs the !
;
from combining with (the other only vi.-ible I above the I line'
be prevented' Lannes ; with shouts of viMnry. Indiscribablc dimiy: i of defence. We could eys and females! jlnrlin Iy trnn.sparent..' Kr eater effect here than in any country I ever f surface, and :
had but ;
the Austiians. their
of distinctly ri-
. vast forces filled] the Austrian ranks ns wildly they ruth-' 'j lie1)efOre sie ; I Laying; her hand soft I v upon Flurry's head, was in ; but fion: the appearance of most of, ;til dryness and
. Tho French soldiers s laying over tin- bales and the
,eight thousand men. ,' ed their unrelenting pur.uersThen( battery of she h i sfonprd nnd ki* fully of the odds against which i i of (let). Coffee-directly in front, with its ]
conscious they j' rowere utevis utter an hopr les*. When the sun i! moutl, great i Tlie nv-c! was fonc'ied' nnd:, ihe wafers; but few hid found out the secret that ma- i, i i/M'v/vr ly
and of the into the ) gnpiii" towards ns as waited
contend ,
; they to
to carnage 1 went down over this field of blood, after twelve' devour r< lil forth. Dear mother," sail the weeini] nre wonld came tfi3 earth to produce moie'i mat returned
: of which they were plunging, with n:< and the position of ( tn. Juckson
mUst I1 I hours h of frightful( I jn ;jnl Red hilU, gullies, an I the I Ii the
enthusiasm! rushed their foes. carnage, a scene was pre- with his >tair: around him. Hut what, at- traveling,
shouts upon Rented horriil enough to npp.il the beait: t of a traded Why ililtit you fell your Hither thnl yon i v.-a te of fertiii/crs, announce in tones of'I! cleaned, and
I attention ,
of ; our nnt t
lie
storm shot I
fi all w.is figme of I
Instantaneously oin
grape 41 i1)ifl.( .\l ore than twenty thousand hiniuaii I tall phnred| in the water to save the life of your :
kvUtties swept through! hiranks.. JSaidlvunes'Ift" a nnn standing on tie I brca'woik*,
(lie bodies l weie stiewn upon the giound, the' dy- dressed woolen 1 pl.-ym.if"! ?" ; pursued' in l.i.-! ('OUtrV.! The plan has been But if the disease i

I hcar: /tcbunc:* csuth in mydirwwa ? ''ing and the dead weltering in ii ( lin-ey? with buckskin leggint Did! i In gi-r me n fbin.-e!? T" PiH Harry,, i )to lakens much as pos-ible, and return nolh- application nfsof
: and 1
gore broad
like glass in a hail .clo, For ni every a burned felt hat, that I fill around I
in.
) neloDjJiourStfioin t <;;vir! inir ( his feef with to f.-iiling ratum tho!
: conceivable disfiguration llor-'e? with limb* o a Hiding eye.'n g c. Kip goose that feet a cure.
bis face almost
cloven j j his featuri-
in the concealing *. I Hei
till
morning t(oin from their bodies, were Sniggling! in i ; in oruof <* I)Wilt he fwi'-e I huh I ir!!" be silent when 1 I r'I lays: (the golden eg;." TIp; crisis has at last through! the feet.'I
was standing tho-'e
the horrid I
at night, continued picturesque: and
eight carnage convul.Mve agonies. Fragments of guns and j I attitudes (tried to explain! ?Mother, he's a tyrant to arrivi-fl! ; we begin to apprehend;' our danger ; likely to contract

Agnh and again the mangled, bleeding, wast-1 sword, ?, and military OfeV(9V kind: I graceful peculiar: to those menV(ni and me !" j'I i 'bu*, alae, too( lato: to save: many of our most es extend up the
waggons
i
hvHers i ii the
fore.t.The
rallied < : bodv rc-sl.'d I '
columns! to the At
were on 1
cd charge. "
were strewed around in wild inin. Frequent I the left anti waived harry" he's my husband and your It. 'choice farms i fiorn that dearth which has heels! wash
leg with
curved
last when three thousand Frenchmen a lint "
\\cre j ther|, eorno( ) them. But there ,
pieicing l) crie.c, which agony extorted from the the upon may be a gre.itf water.
strewn dead upon the giound the Austrian } upwards ; right arm was extended, tjrap-J i ) nml I'n for it. What deiI I< )I done to back old '
| lacerated l victims of war, rose above the the c's. =nrry have I I f yet bring our landd Foul in the
gen rule the
mutilated Lroke an J fled, leaung and ix also thousand three thousand1 j' oral] moanings of anguish, which like waitings ing rested near near the toe of mii7/le his, the right butt foot of, which while ever had hit lilows nnd harsh word-f.-. tn their! primeval state, if me n w ho pass themselves 'ed by exposure

corpses t> prisoner the storm fell heavily on the ear. Tlie: wilh! his hand he iaied the rim of the bat Look nt your p-le cheeks nnd wnken eyes. off for men of intelligence, would take through which j
behind them. hastened 1
Napoleon! to the aid mother] It's too bad. 1 I he's nnd read agrkinltural winks and
shades of night were now descending say a tyrant lay a-ide standing in them !
ofhis lieutenant! arrived the field] i in upon ft,iiiti hiS eves, and seemed ga/iug fiom lie '
upon just this awful scene of misery. The multitude mother, said the J.nv. \iitha c-Ienehod( fi t j 'the old adage, tint! !br-cau-s their dadies carriod lug manure. -A
time to the battle lie rode to I m i if :rt Ii I inlensily upon our advancing ( ()hIIIui. 4
see won. up ,; of f the wounded was so gioat, laat: nolwitii- The ofdtn., (Coill-c. hud and! s-et teeth. ;ijid if it wre not for you, I I[ a pumpkin in 0:10 curl of the bag, and aj their feet on
canon!
Lannes. The intrepid soldier stood in the i slfli.L.t stnndiii" the nttnostexetions! 'II tho opened upon wniili! Ir'Vib < !: 1 1t.agi.. I1I.1* !? .*:".;o. \nd j rod: in: tie other, that ijiesmast do! thrun" tho night.
un.rturi and
of a&ls of the dead hi u-5, tore through our i.mks with ilread.'ul; '
Fword j
mon diip-! i there'.s ::c14l; > -; They had hotter lan
j h hour alter hour of the long night lingered a- '] slaughter] but continued too, ptvir iek cliiM.I Wlnf Parnthing i if by allowing th?
with blood in his exhausted hand ; wv lo advance, mi- :
face "
ing I it is
way, while thouands if
blackened with and wavering fls nothing threatened I
smoke and his''
powder j; g bit the dti'st in their aguny.j trembles! like a K\nf when she henrs his loot ri!veil that some sytern mn'
uniform soiled and tattered by the long and (}j If war has its chivalry and its I it t our progress! b paireautry. The of
roar canr.n seemed to have nf ef- .
terrific strife. Napoleon silently, hut proudly t j has also revolting bideousness arid domoniic.woe. ) feet the Harry (and a soft hand v.-as: lild on the a system, which, if carried out, will! pay[ any Canons Espcrinients', What do they Mean !

smiled upon the heroic general and forgot not'' upon figure i landing: on the cotton 1 ;iuipctuois, bny's man nt least for InS troubK A friend tilt! the
his reward. From this battle Lnnncs Theoung, the noble, the F.inguincb" ) bales, bu-t hc se 'iiM-d, fixed nn.l nuHinnle si lip, for mv nkc- ( Try it, nnd I curious us other day of a very

reeen wereviiil.ing there iu J'ullets! ics-i.i 'A\ ell.'tis only for.yoiirs-pkc-yours .ind'! will vouch for your success. 1st. Cut hill experiment, which led us to try oth-
agony. statue. At last he ,
cd the title of Duke of Mnntebello movrd: : tirew! back tiie:" 1
title 1
a by' Nellie"! *iilb' ditches around all I ers equally curious
) I with
sho-ild! hill the
poor ?-or 1)0 the slanting
poet 1 not bfiiuty. They tear or.t the ( on fen your or same success.Ill .
m Iial jiiii -
j eye I ) over !tlieci.iwn with Us left hand!
which his is : I !
the
to
family distinguished pie s"and! shatter the jaw, and i lend liie cheek.- r.iivd tin- rifle lo hia IiruKUr, ail, took aim ",somewhere; anw.bero,, but heie." |'.: Iamb' that you hi'.e in cultivation, from fifty | experiment was this : .

ent day. !' 'j F.orn the field of Marengo many a 1. Lte th.if uiuLt; "\\.i-y! !.(.(. fts\ to 1 erbov's to one Irmdicd yards apart, according to the Take) n god! ring, and susp.nd't by .1
(
This was the opening of the campaign. It man returned to his home, <=n mutilated yo-.nig.-;* i.o \at lii-n., ,our At gi oup.whom Oar had r\es b" levelled weie ri\ntte I hi (| upon{ !1 ]bIi'o, bei"r? reiri'7! to rest. God In't: |nnit, with a fail of one inch for each rod ; thread about half a yaid,! long ; tfieu hold it
the French with enthusiasm. : ? piece -
inspired Jtneiv-longer 1 lo bi rt cognized by frii'i.di, and : J'- the di-talee i iat IaT1Li1!. lie slerps," she mtirniurt'il: :M ]tJiei! ditched( are very easily made by runninr by J the thumb and\ fn.rer of the right hand
jus- tint
w.is
v.vlooki-d:
cl tie! Anstrians Melas determined so i gt-it: 4
to despair. now ": od a weary life in repulsive deformity. >Jerry 'at each other and cmilcu. \\ sne.l! ]:rr LIIMJ, fjr.m Us fa"?. Ti.en ku-t-l- t : a two hor-i.> plow with mold down lull. ( over the palm of the left Land, so that the i
the rille!
to make ] break e saw:
depernt *eloit
A io '
abandons the mvm of bittlc. Tlr.1 Iran' l t/as'i] and miibt hid j,n n 1ii hsilid. 111.4' h1'"L''l t'r pi'.icn(4: at'aI al'.vavs bc 'inrjini: tin furrow ;it the same ring may swfrg freely a3"a pcrufulum; it will
/ noble
iho toils. companio-i .
with intense ; as ,
through was watching Napoleon, mnvenuiit j jtolicit'ide tie war-lioro with iron hoof tramples npoi: |lookii'g, !! f< llow i .-. ever rode nt the head: of his .iinn liar !! l'.i\; \.ii: ly the 1 hi ivy end, hoc-s foHninr- to t.'ravv' out 1OC dirt.f .- oscillate to and fro in tliw direction of the I :-

every oj) iho mangled f.ico, the throbbing atnl ii.riam'-il I r rn-* 1t''r wiiini li.T sti t = were faltering; your bottom I ui-is arc incli.'u'd: to he too > arm with increasing force. Then let
another I..
fi-ll I f.om b-
his foe, knowing not what the j r.rcgiiiK it, : : : ; sad lie. 'J 1 be ii"uti'r
upon point onfd I. wound*, the spi!i IItctct I bones atid I heeds; not t ,au-ed Ji-w iiio'r.cit.wiijout and, then-s'-o! praied) lor I.irn. \vt-t. 'Ut"'it; ami drain ''iem, well ninnm two person form a connection between the thumb
would a: : ; mo\ingth'j ,
fall Before day-break in the morniicofthf : the shiiekoj; I i No, no. not that !" saul be. para'.I' : difdip-! from lour to feet and forefinger of'tiuc..
t turf irc. Crushed j into the I blonriy un from bis shoulder, t then it-loaded! and ?;pri-i :in eight apart, | operators left hand by*
14lh of June Mclas g : as- I his .1
raalatcJ thousand, having aec''"- mite Ly the pondeious wheels of 1.eavarli I. i .- ln-> Ii ii tier at Iltilti'. Throwii2, tlu'b.itJ t} f rom !is pillnv.- and Oirnvibi, r.rrns .il'
forty men, including sev n ]lery, tLuiciiui: of bnbaric: : war t.5i.l.! of! li-n j ovr bis cymj ? It neck ; "I I rrin foij'he'iin' nlnthehn" fli' i) draw Hi'; [place the: Iirt between the two, ring will change from a straight line to a
thousand and two hundred jgr.i holding ;
cavalry, ca..fi.; [ 1 tir, aiiu fatiitr.ai.d. ter.hcme.tnd! i s, with: tl.e left lri'1 . made /ier'.iig;
an impetuous assault the French | :! ga:t
; upon made, : ve'i =uf.T! iloti't (I filches uii eilhcr: < j !he then connection if will
and moans: and dies; his body i stripped by if ; pr.ivfor him ; at least ; low down one return to a straight line
j i; n-, ii* t t liuutijig! out anoim-r .itliiii.
but thousand in number drawn upon and ;
twenty up:' J ilon't let rn.harit :" fouitli I' of luul ir on the
the ) who follow yonr : !> the fall in touching
vagabonds: ; li! > cr.nm ; his n.-s- (Onco more the bat iim was thrown back ii | or prirg. operator's left shoulder
the Dessaix an .
upon plain Marengo. with a ]ked, mangled corpse is I covered with a few the ia5-ed to the: shoulder. This time Mary Lee wn too wise to expn tnlife.; |1 small grain. After yon hate harvested your ,; with the hand!, the motion will cease, and the ,
of thousand at such ( gin '
reserve feix men, was a .shovtlsfull, of earth, and left as food for Mil- we uid not smile but Slit1 knew he r i i by was spirit-sore uii'Ier the ; grain, turn in pour t.icfi. ; let them pick off'I ring be at rest. *

distance; nearly; thirty miles from Marcngo, j and for and ( u- sboitglances.it pcne of recent injiistict she lay j what grain be left then take them nff f We tried! the experiment
lures dogs, he is forgotten forev- each other to see wui h of die and : so down t' may ; : sne that he could not possibly be recalled )before n.mus ; I found
j (er-nud it is called glory, lie who loves l beside, him, and' reslinir her tearful cheeks and m about the 1irt of July plant; Your stubble i i that it would succeed
\\hen the title! K-iihed another equally with ,
the clos" of'the The danger again I!) one of I | a
day. was flightful j war for the sake of ifsr\citer.ieil: its iag'n: ius dropped to the p rih. Thete against his.: refit atcil in .1 low, sweet VOM-O land I with ;ju'nj, lay ofi' feet with a one horse t ke instead of a ring, or with any body of
ths would was pomeit !
iat French be entirely I to : -
cut 1 and! itsf.mcied I the t tr the sf.iry of the ctnclfixtion. Father 'j-Iij'.v, cover wit.'i same! kind ot plow, proper') sl/e similarly
try, ; tloryi: > iiiot tritinci thiii ,mo'-t awl'ul in fliis fiy' by suspended, whether of
: marching to
on! ,
before could I cer-r
arrive. i
pieces) any succor lintj; j jthij of j all the f folly iiiid of fein. Jluulic* t t..ii: ii! nth. ive them, they lliev know not what thev do," j t throwing (two fjrrow-* ; then run over wiia ruetal, or wood or gins.,. We found aNo '

quick ijar of Dtftkaii caught the sound of 1|' 1 loath? war, with iiuixpzvs5ble: loathini;, who j ( en. CnfTee's battery and thousands ]!ft I II I ipon his troubled) car. :lie i r \K-lded to the ,' '::lrrsW. A her the peas art, up, bar ..ij'I that t it suspended over the knee, the pendo
the cannonade asit 01 I *
heavy came booming over i will do everything ii: his power to nvi-it! the'i! iinltct b.ills lanKs j holy spell. j ftcrapi' o-it. In egl-t: or t-i iliy>, {.low out I lum would swing from knee to knee and ,,
i ,
j'la
the Me distant thunder. lie ; _\i.ig: njion: our we1
"
pl-iirj, r| rung-' dire and horril lo cal: -tnily, I bnl v.lio \\i ill!!, nev- J rand: not foi-tlivie, was :i chance, of I will, ln sobbid. ?n'.lirr, von nrenn |j'and throw dirt! to y o:ir jie.-.f, and such another: 'immediately begin to revolve as soon as the
from his couch 1 !liiicsied. Tiie and ; ItIZ
UK heavy: ;1; frllicless, in! the ]last: r.\tieiiity, ( \\ilh n d< tcri i i unscathed: .' I lo-t of us bad walked e'-cap-' ancel 1, and if I f-ver iret (to heaven it viI! be |! coat of manure: 3011 m-u-r, ireamctl! of. You 'feet were brought togetfier. Suspended over

uninterrupted? roar, proclaimed a pitched 1 bat-:i' ( open yo-irLind; tint bailed tilIre :I" | can m.imrf tcn/cr."' in this : (be heart, the! pendulum,
the ] he alarmed for nis beloved cl.ief.: mined! sjiirit, t'licoim'u-r all Us ;perils' : from )b.jlteii."> a huntlit'l): I times inotiilctiuclive! lilt! > way as easy .isyefi revolved of itself in

% an was : love of country and of home,) who is wiping! !j i v\5ih-it (jiiaiiiig! but lo know that : Th.'re: was hurry; inir, to and fro in I'oberl-;; can li r.r.y' olArvay.!: As early in the a circle of coiialdfrabi diameter ; and over
IiUTied'utcly he roii .cd 1.;$ troopand they; ; cieryni T ce's !l'i'a.i' | 'f aIl! wiut die forehead ft :
that or : !
to sacrifice him=rlfaml ;ili t'lat' )- Ic.-jr! to ii :time lint liile was livi-lled towanls u ami iiiglit. It w-is a heavy1' T n- -) : ', take!: a two horse revolved in an opposite (hirec-
fct.irteJ ?
upon Napoleon the ruV.i dprteied ty succor! courir-r tlK-ir cosnJades. nflvr'coaiicr ,| n life, to promote the \\ihl-hting! of his 1 11- i i its ballet sprang from the barrel l ono of ns j Innd! flt'.t dealt thor-e angry lljws on that! !;;' {.low, lay oll'ynnr I.m-l at planting distance.: of tion the frurn j iU course when held t n the back
tlt-n head.
hci'l. inn tubil after
n plow
hiW'iii'Mi yo-u'i;
; \\ill recehc t'-i' humairc uftlie your turning
: ever ;' i ruu'-t fall to the '
rely see pli'aming!: ?nn
to Lurrj the division along, while bis Tne: ) =*io"ife .itirr'! !pluvi follj'.v with hoi' thaw in all : TLeso e-xpericnents
ld 1. ami pa ?, the \ines
Mood firm \v! w< believe lhn approval of ( ;riashiIgOfl d. j ,'lL.I! .is the! iron came t.own) and see it icst: t repen'-inre c.inu1)) vary somewhat with
troops tcnilie hours
through :
as t too InJe: -crime'iththe: word I and oiVr tiaJi, tlicn bed ilifTfferit
\ r.bhorntl that his b j on tins next persons ; with
in all its Ibsm3 ; yet.
war v et'mdiionie.ss, if i i'd rock and yi greater less
their ranks the murderous i as p < up(m a or
were ploughed by (nstiH.li. jel'ri"g '"ant ii cottoi and if force, they '
he Lr.ivf'.l its j-criN. i [ : 3011 are not remimei..ted seem to fbl.'ovv! the
!know when tho hammer struck and thee same law in

tioji discharge xva'tnit of, a\\lul their foes.1-r mortal Al'last men th"to it force
: TC.-ipoU-oti bu held ivf-ion.sibl ; ilrooj.cd on, I his: mohnr'shouMpr.: up. is not electrical for ,
: cannot: i I it
diviMom* of the brnkfl t'I I'.ed { < liponli mpscrt''er I of death iliove i ntH-irini'lv I in I i i its acts as well
army a i! 1'nyland and Austria must rest I the guilt "f.! *J C> It was a d-.irlv bo-i bt! lec nn. 15pMd Irt CL.xrc, Jf/w., July ISM. through non-conducting( as
crying, AH is Unt-iarc'kimu-if ir!*, (ill!." j : goal-lo know this arid still marti! on, wa; tli.it! lifeless though conduct
A scene of frhrhlful i tint awful trairody. Napo'fon' liii! dime e V. awful. ti poipe-rt llo'iert Lee renewed I.imirriigc lug bodies and a silk instead of a cotton
dinrdor ensued. The 1
vow ; arid< now when the hot Advice to yortn:; lacliss.nv thread makes no difference .
whole plain! was covered with t-rylhing he coidd to slop the cflu'ion of blood. I could see nothing but the trill figure : blood in the result; It
fugitives, swept I < Ho bad sacrificed the (of anger ri-es to his temple, nnd the : r \\\v j ii\. is not mere imagination for
inslincts of in hasty I} there
like an inundation before the multitudinous1Aufctrians. pride I standing on the breast vnr k. I He I ..oemcd I I to I is too much .

Napoleon] Mill held few 1 jiloading! with a haughty foe for peace. II i N I grow, jihantom) like, higher and higher, ns-1! word springs! to hi:* lips. |ju- pale lico of the ; When tl'i spirit moves you to arnue your uniformity in the result to iavor that opposi _
a squares' (lend ii i i.s i i I between him I self with tion. In
up I nnd lit" be
together, wLojJowJj and plea was unavailing. Thrco hundred thousand burning through the smoke the supernatural ofTi'tnler, : 'shopping. sure to n-k thir some cases the revolution j is in an

sullenly retreated/ men Franco force .ind.in! r1gI l voice whispers' -"Pirvri: ri:i:: 'dork for a thousaiu. and one; at tides : orbit,a foot in diameter, if
>*hile two hundred pieces of < weie marching: on to appearance: of some grea: spirit.' Again did I Ihi. i artillery, closely her a detested Kit'g.: It was not the du- it-load and si 1 1.1. i have no intention of buying. .Xevcr mind We have not read Kichenback's
losing them poured incessant deattf into j] ujion ij discharge his rille with tl the book on

r ranks. Krery foot of the ground was'j ty of France lo rubmit to such dictation.- same unfailing aim ; and it was wi'.h indesciibablo : i| Facts about Poultry. ;about the trouble yon make him ; 'that is; Ouic Force. Will any one tell us if he .

left Drawing) : the sword in self-defence part of the trade. Pull the fingers of the recognizes the above facts in his
that I
encumbered with the dead. It NapoleonThe pleasure beheld as wo near :-d | The fallowing iartgrijih is taken from researches
into
three was now j? fought and conquered. tiio American lines the an i g'oves yon are examining, quite out of shape; that mysterious attendant of life
o'clock in the afternoon. Melae, ex- sulphurous: cloudgathered ( nondescript of
hausted with toil, and assured that lie had: around us and shut thnt spectral1' our readers ud:: < r tiie conviction that! the wri- some I There istifore "truth -
Battle of the Bees.Galignani's scarce number and when it i i. than
; found, think! L poetry in the
hunter from We lo. the i
gained t batlle! inii1ertiid
ffaze. ter
a complete victory, left Gen. Zach tol my ; his subject. The suh'joined'Exir'tfro
erfoni' ; Messenger, publi.-hcd in Paris:i aad; to mind the tiileman! made! lopoits yon wont( take any this rooming ; then kep[ # a 'Modern Dictiona
l JJ3, Work. He retired to )bis beadSuarters my% Kc.itucky contrihtitcd by different poultry! ( breeders( in rcla- him hour 't ry:
nn for
and imniedtately dispatched couriers ) says a curious ciicumiUmco occuned iccet it- more to our defeat than anything 'lion to llie profit ot'keq.ing; hens, diiier&tiiori' hunting your sunshade, '1'hi Grave -An 0'
which vy hole
at recollect "n
Wl over ]Kurope to announce the great \ictojof ly at (Juiluville) in 1'rancc. A small farmer else ; for while he rorn.iincd to our siglit (I:uri widely that reports relating lo any'' other nniiid I home/ yon and length without yon left atI t which lovers I and poets often' the ground
depart
having invested very wish
Mnrengo. Said an AiiRtrian vctcrai i Ii, had in n field about two hundred and fiftv 'itlention was drawn from our dntirs, :it mal. There: nut>t be' a reason for thi and I | single cent. a wcre in,, but at the same time take they

*'ho had before cncouutcred Napoleon at Arcola v when at last we became enshtotuled in ii lie this reason probably con. 'Nts in the good care to precious
\ )beehives Coiilaiiii'i a vast number of bees.He want of I Iin When yon enter a crowded lecture keep out of.,
? and Rivuli;, Mclas is too sanguine.yfpcud smoke, till! w oik wab comjilcto ; wu were .kill in prov uii.-ig for them in Site most ecouorn- t and room, ConsMble.-A

upon it, our day's work is not yet: ; sent a man with a cart, drawn by five utter confii'ion, and unable, in the extremity, ical iii.'n-ner: J gentl.Mnan a gentlemen do.ries politely, (American Modesty.-A beautiful sptcies of flower snapping turtle flou'r.

done. Napoleon will yet be upon us with his-I horses, to remove some earth from the wall:: to restore order eullicient to make any cueccbful j We have had ome exrerionce in the lien bis seat, (that always ho ) and hour offers to give up[ ishes only m secret places that

near \\hich the hives were j/Iaced. The carter attack. I ISo cry,' and have found a great secret in getting j: for himself cnme nn ago to secure Lawyer.-A learned -
| ,) take it as a matter of gentleman who '
Just then the anxious of the First Conful long as thousands, and thousands of rifles a supply of the hole course cues rea ,
eggs through estate
occasion the
eye having to go to farm-house, season, [ and don't trouble yourself to thank him your fren, the hands .
espied the solid columns of DtJ&saix cutertbe remain in the hands of the people-so but not in driving the hens hill, in I even neat, and keeps it bfyouroppo.
tied the horses to a tree. Almost immediately up or I1 with a nod of your heat! As to feeling himself.

'lug plain. Dessaix, plunging his spursinto after, a multitude of bees, either irritated long as men come up from their childhood ;feeding them exclusively on gravel, or in sup- easy about accepting, that's ridiculous un be My Dear."-An expression

Kls horse Lie, ere the down on the chin, to plying them with chalk and vife mansrssusjS
all the and appears at
rest nest The the
out-stripping
.
% at the shaking of their hives by the removalof eggs. caiif if bo don't fancy standing during tb .
hit the centre of a maik. or strike tho deer.it whole secret 0seriee
into the in
plloped of As consists giving them Joining
Napoleon.
f presence the earth from the wall, or excited by the plenty f: he's at liberty home it's .
|e cast a glance over the confusion and wild with which the one hundred and fifty yards at the most vital of food, as the chicken's mill is very convert free logo ; a toni arWrtg Ironi the -
electricity I practice
atmosphere() : country.
pvastation; of the field, ho exclaimed LuriicdV. l. ap-} point so long as there is a great proportionof ient. For six or eight months in the hands hct'ur ofpugilisLs shaking -
be ear,
Should
pened to charged issued from their hives } receive they
you an invitation to begin to fighL .
a con
I the Republic who live as free as the wild! the chickens will
_..
see that the battle is lost I I supply themselves with .
suppose as if in obedience to a given signal, and with: an- cert, manage to accept it, (conditionally,) poaSr man employed by the
an do for than Indian, knowing no leader but their own inial foot!, in the shape of insects COta
no more to secure > but the
in
sheep the
you your attacked the horses. In leaving for door
air.
great fury instantt a should
eli
an open
escape, a more
Tetret" "Hvno means." Napoleon answera : chocking, knowing no law but that of right, rest of the time fe<>d them regularly with flesh ; Laughter..t
onr iiiiinnls entirely covered liblu oiler, itseIfEui'ii singular
> : were wi till present contortion
.i/l of
(in lumnr-ili'o nhi'rvnhlr4] nf I ft iiitnl!v i well tho
with! Ii- ns ns corn. Jloiled human
apparently as much composure as if bees from head to foot ; even their nostrils I notntoos .ir< nn A-V.I I[ \ solicited to sing at a party: decline countenance, when a onaral.
America is I ,
nchad tereouise, unconquerable and all celK-nt f.xul for f.iwNbut"with
been his fireside tIne ; it lay
setting by own y ( umbrella
they want suddenly claims
were filled with them. When the, carter re- | until you have drawn around you the his .
of
battle, I trust is with tho armies the combined world, though grain of some kind, and flesh also. propernumber Dentist.
gained. :In i A .
Charge -
your our of who
turned he found one ofhis horses lying dead drive : entreating swains ; then! yield! person finds xrork

In columns. The" disordered troops will rally on the giound, mid'thu other* rolling I i about I I1uriOubIy. und.acro'wj they might the Alleghany them from Mountains the sea-coast would, long hot bummers, poultry arc inclined to become gracefully, as if it weie at a great sacrifice own teeth by taking out those of other pet
but
jour rear.: Liko a rock, Dessaix, with Hi I i cries attracted several pcrsDns lousy ; clean good ashes are of your timidity 1 Pie.
hh* solid ; not bo able to subdue the frec-souled hunter placed convenient the
to
phalanx of ten thousand men, met of them drive hen house, the hens I Flirt with admirer
to the bees till
one attempted away an the last end of How to
amongst the mountains and and will dust themselves Make Beer-
"C prairies in
great
| on rolling billow of Austrian victory. At them until the vermin F
but attacked him and he had the and then
the they to plunge mighty rivers of the We.-t. chapter, -'be so taken by surprise' WHITE SnircE flElU.-'fhreo j
disappear. Nature is
saaie time dispatched order their teacher and here pounds of
Napoleon an ,
into and his head when he makes
pund underwater the loaf
n even place declaration t five 1
10 } sngar; l leaSuSfSS15
Ktllernian, with his cavalry, to charge the for a few seconds in. order! to escape MOT.AS.SKS IJiin.: : -Six quarts of water ;- is the unerring guide.! A good shelter should were driving at As practice makes you I of essence of gallons of water; nith enough *

flauk.triumphant column of the Austrian in the from them. Tho euro of Cluilcvillo also attempted tw'o (marts of molasses; half a pint of yeast; the be procured for the chickens to roost nnder; i feet,' every successive attempt of this nature per- of good yeast spruce little to give it a flavor ; a cup :
; a
of chickens lemon
the it vas the work of a moment, and to approach (lie linr.-es but he, too, two spoonfuls of cream tartar. Stir all together. manure all properly, saved, will will render yon more expert in angling for) i choose, and when fermented peel if you
whole! aspect of the field was changed.olcon .- Add the of l Icnieu repay expenses of feeding. It is ;t jrreat hearts besides bottle! up close.
was put to flight by the enraged insects. At grated peal a ;--- to 1 exerting a beneficial effect up- It is a delightful 4 t
error crowd too beverage in _
the rode alpng the lines of those on' length two CM engines were ,sent fyraod; by and the juice may bo substituted for the many chickens together.Pr on your character.As warm weather. '

)treated retreat, ;xclalmiiig, IflY friends wo have' primping on thin, bees a great, number were oronm tarlar. IScttlu after standing ten or >TTrAT.iTr: ,__Ah that's the to cultivating your mind, that's all

far enough. It is now our turn to4Vflflee killed the horses twelve hours with raisin in each. word- waste powder ;
on or put to, flight. The a -you've better,ammunition to
punctuality did-yon
Recollect that in the habit of ever see a rrftn who
Ilep I am horses, however were BO much injured that HAUVEBT DRIXK.-Mix with five gallons fl punctual) who did not w.is attack Ihe enemy ; and as to cultivating your
ing thoficUof prosper in tl may
oa o
balUo. Tho long
e&n1a Ujd by the fugitives, ihey'died in: an hour. of good water, half a gallon of molasses, one run \ We doii' care v1to or w hat lu heartfllheres use in talking about a thin gthat's weather scild the wssijafcltSSJ ,
arrival of tho imuely w s-
rallied in their reserve, The value of tin bees destroyed* was 1.- quart of vinegar, and two ounces of powdered high or low, Hack or white, ignorant oVlearc.cd uufaahjonabie So always .bear injniml.that i I

"W ui the front flank rear. Tho double] 500f. and of thc;horses 2,500f. A fyv' days ginger. This will make not only a very savage or ck'itized-we lcnowthat he did all -a.pretty, uromau i fo heLd into the = put

?ne Austrung were checked was instantly and made. before, bees from the same hives ]killed seventeen pleasant beverage, but cue highly invigorating -I a he a Tf-pd- and-waa pnnc'taal in all hii&en.gacmeut3 world foeJs-to-r display-.the festii >n as they' 1 ; S iS i| i

tagg.cred.; gosling I and healthful. he prospered. he come old out Harry; waltz caerall, flirt* v daiure; sing and play i fe'and "**! amid KU! keep beverat '




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f 1 Fre l4ential Election-io Florida--- i iI LFloric1& Elections. Beautiful Remarks of GeL Pierot oa 'the JUihtiq the LOw Ieet1ngufthe&r.On !
f 1WBill Jl Tnunday MUD Mth of
the eaaTattwhich
mm.TALLAHASSEE *
that during October the
It : So far HI Honda U cooeertied. there is DO sort cf Official returns from all the counties have not yet Death of Mr. ,Webster.In reader will remember Circuit
I nwfc Court of Leo County btmg io
Ward refereoc tnAn
doubt as to the result of the electro on Tuesday last j:j reached us. Broome majority over will vary Concord, N. H.on Monday at ten ,o'clock moat 11M just closed freqoent Jadgt BalUeflaooounced j
littl frt-irwn hundred. The r\ee between Mw.1! to the various the feUiligwX received,
and speakers by ma of th
: for Prr idect Tar 8T.nA :. of the strc anti l offices clt*(. end business wa* by the opposrtioo press *
of the United State' were jeufptrdfd j
,) 1\'It: Clll fir r-ntcpiis i i- m of slarery mond
CONE ion IIKKC'S: ANT KING! y.1o laoe xi aj.rlty. i- I.:Hy! "loctel bsmall l majority. MucwtK: :: ; and .tOIl nfter tins Herreicitative HaJJI I mdationa oo the subject r t.Ld I
1 :' 1 SATURDAY NOVEMBER 6, 1S52. and Uw set waa madeto the Coort b recpwt to his should .
1 1. IVnuindina. Na Co, of ci ht, I I.3 New Hampsbir Legislator memory adjounr.
\ __ Xo one di.put'*< tli.; rJthcu.h we :I.e I -t h.u -joritV at ; : crowded full citizens, a large number of *
: which \H un.ferrt.ind the Judjre of Probate t4('. the j bold Gen. Pierce responsible for tit sentiment Wheteupoa bis Honor WATU Bu,,. the ___. I
,
D..11 in I the ,, to demonstrate it. Hut i-ueb return as we being presentA pr
; i; TTxMS..-Tire* :" per .unumfpiJd fiSt !
: libtrtv_ ') tJ.rll'l"lit.. . 50 Jf iwid within MX month <.f tho time I series of resolution offered and read after nntH
'3
tint were
, I t' 'e; hare we fanilh fvlow. It m-iil be teen a wonuriful (imaily.! Thf** ...t. t-ain i In recovere l, if it b< lIe-I ,I in the next
: .Tit>;r.g: and 40V at lh< enJ! < f th* Jt'l1T.d- i r,-\<.lution Las taken phve not ooInce\ 154S, ee5b&ry-i.tqIs have been taken P.r tbd purpiwe. III which the Chairman called upon Gen. Pierce to address I I Democrat. occupying a prominent position day. I
0. .. Or. lJ.>litr: .f 12 lifw r.rfirft be should! share the Onmohonof Judge &.
ment
t a
., : ; f"'T"I j'.jarer M swell's Democratic party of the State meeting of the Bar j
vote .Yf'I'e'
Columbia <
but C tigt.tf the meeting. The crowded ball became as still as
\ ? when Ta\l l"r carried thine before him eren I I
.1 nil incertfcua .
An-
Coat for
.B-i fifty t.uWq'U-nt every thrown out on some But there too are iu odium, if which attached to any of the acts of wa then organized by calling: his Honor., Judge B.AI I
jx-etext
o o. f "?n.'iits of candidates, }'\IV c I))llsr (t-nch alieay: since the state el xti-'u i Li Octolxr. WakulU. for u.I 1 law is I death as Gen. Pierce arose to comply and with deep any.
resen if tlwy are wanted. The very defec i that no to tb(:: hU It furthermore urged as protest Kza. appointing Aacaca
4 I '.1 j 'Ii i I in advance. Relci ru*. Obituary and) Mriv anhilie! : wl.ifh gave Ward a majority of 53 over I'nn.nT. > tin in defining the duties of Probate judges. It is no emotion which at times almost overcame him. and in party. was Esq,
Piercein
4 t ; Notice not exc* "iiiig 12 lines will bo publishedF"N <, has bOW gone for Pierce by ome 40 or 50''I port of their duty tothn out precincts for informality a calm and impressive manner, suited to the occasion, nor speech, could' be produced from (.: I Secretary.
i ::! <> ctrtitIatc of the piblioatioii 'f *- and condemnation of the fanatical course of hi, party Judge BaltieU moved the appointment of a Committee I
V for other cause. TIle State conraMera, be follows -
voU -and no it will be found ha j it been with nearly or any spoke as :
: notice of will be
; I' r logut auy det-eription given I in the ultimate resort, Congress, are the judges fn the inference" inevitable that he sympathized ki to draft resolution appropriate to tL ooca.I I
hr J i ....... the advertising fee is d. or quite all the Counties in the Stat. We I hue very''! will efiectually Mr. Chairman: How deeply have all hearts been impressed *
\ 4 11 __ __ ____ ___ _11:1_ _ _ I i these easeL We hope th* next Legislature -I by the fervent appeal l to that power in whichour the illiberal and extreme sentiments of that party;- I
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\ 1 t ';: doubts if Scott has in solitary I!' sion.The
---- -- -----'-- strong a majority a dive the-e officials of this usurped authority
b i fathers put their trust iu the hour of their weakness To these arguments it wa replied that Gen. Pieree'> i Chair appointed Judge BnltzeH. David P.Hogue. .
: s ., The Congressional Vote. -but we shall know in a few days. Jofi-toneille AVir i I '
; county I and trials! And I bow has that solemn impression
evidence to the A. L James
without Woodward.
;,. 'f:! II Considerable anxiety b felt by our friends at a distu&ce The vote in Leon with the exception: of two pre- .. Our cot( 'rory is right The election law in this been enhanced by the last words of the truly course in Congress, positive I T. Archer and Bo-

: : 1 .4 in reference to Ole election for Congrcw in this cincU, is as follows : ;| StAt u very defective, and needs a thorough revision : grent man. just read by the Rev. Dr. Boutonl! contrary, negutired the supposition that he favored : bert S.Hayward Esqrs, U such CommitU

But few weeks have since the sectional resolves of the New Hampshire Legislature At an adjourned meeting. Mr. Woodward
passed a gloom
a deep bu
: /i' 4fl; :tAtt'. The report bare been w cootrad ctory u to Pirart Scxnr. I! The Judges cf Probate have too much power and the on
was jist by the death of the remarkable bal f of the
O'erur offered
great and the
country
the Committee
: ;.; ,.. l ave I the I question a* to wbo i is elected t in uncertainty."We Tallah see. .. .. .. .. .22ft, . .144Ceotieville State canvassers not enougk As the strict letter of !tat lnU1 If the West .It had long been understoodthat and further that singular following Reola.

. ... 53. .. 17Youoge. 'I fact that from 1846 to 1830 (the intervening tines:
; itt W} have it unw in our power, however to ay that .. . |I I the law now stands: there i is no check on the County this light was flickering in iU socket and must up years
. .. . .. 13. .. 12.! ) The Committee
. being these in wi.h the offensive resolutions were appointed to prepae Kawlc&o,
,
: majority they
) ,
Fort Bradea. . .. . . 2. . 19' canvassers may f of the -utiraent
of the Bar
laiVn with radmrss and have all since took far expressive
then he whatever
*-as we no so as the
:; .: j ) 1 11ti, i instead of 47, U heretofore counU-d The Hodgs-Vs .. .. . .. 2. . 6''1: iajs to carry them so far, or through iocompeteucy, ; passed) part appears r upon .
\ been dnposed to look with warmer affections and of the decease of the
C'vlumbia: and Nassau ,otis will corrected, thus reducing Natural Bridge .. .. .. 31. .. 1';';1, defeat a fairly elected candid.itean)
: ., ;'It t Mr. Cabell. majority ia those cwintie, and I Micocsuki. . . . . .. S5. . 21 ,,'I either to the Legislature or Congress to give him ', sociate, te intelligence of whose great sudden compeer decease a I of Democracy mad the cotvlusioii! unavoidablethat Secretary of State of the United Stats having pn-.

1+ ; .' Manuingtou .. .. .. . 12. .. 6 I f"Ulikc funeral the mind he did! not sympathise with their action and par- | formed the duty assigned, ask leave to report the Jbt- ..
t :i t'u.ng: to Mr. Maxwell, u we hare stated heretofore, his flmtA. The law in this respect should be amended a pall upon public throu wiIll .
I tnt that Union to which lIe his best aJf such syr-pathy would have been in direct lowing:
gave ticuLirly as
:l ro"j".ritv cf tome 80 or 40 Tote in the State. Thi I :r;-I 2J6! and J power to re\-e and correct the returns coufcrred -

;, 4r i.J"l..t; the an.endedrctcmi in Columbia and Nassau, I 226 '!' directly the State aul\'jlql' (. and I hud noblest I met efforts.Sir. Wctster repeatedly to 1 S. I I conflict with his eutirc past life, and especially with I JteiotreJ I. That we have beard with nnfjg.j< regret
.. prior
". i'i ; 'ih our friend! assure na are being locked after. I I II I I There is another feature of the Liw which needs bit my 1H.T?.:nal acquaintance with him may he 2'1! f the just and patriotic: ..,tim.uta avowed by him in of the death of Mr. Webster-an irreparable

,. .,,'.;' .t.r.o. ., I-. Majority. .. . .. .14? amendment It is thAt which relates to the vote for"Governor. I t- have comtnerKvd with my first winter at -Washingt his speech i on Mr. Calhouu's, resolutions, made in- to his prufeStJon and to his coon try.Retolttd. .

,. FIRST GUN I I The precincts not heard from are 1'enfroe's and The law now requires that the inspectors Ills attachment to i ur State was singularly | 1S39. already publi-hed by u*. Thus the question I 2. That a* a jurist and an advocate, 1Ie

f'. Carolina for Pierce and King! ] Crow Rutds. The vote when received will not chang f."c ng. and this circumstance, perhaps led to a series Wm. Batterfield in and
from
.f.I, '.J-. South I of tath prerinct shall make up their returns anti transmit kind acts and courtesies toward stood uutil the follow ing letter was, ability, learning eloquence beyond rira!
( : The itppvlaiurc of South Carolina convened k.ttUe the result above. In 184S, Gen. Ta 'lor'e majority in > o'j me, during the Editor of the New Patriot the ship or competition the acknowledged head
.! I' them to the Speaker the House of Represent1ative i rssi"U of 33: -_ :{4, and afterward the grateful recol- Esq, the Hampshire ( t of tbeprof.

; i ". purpose. has ea't tLe vote of the State fvrr this County was 102-thus has there bren the attonj & This mode is too cumbersome, and i is not wellunderstood. ]I..ti"u ofthich; will never be effaced. I mourn fur [ leading organ of New Hampshire Democracy.) met .-i ion in this country-
r ; p ..* KING! j ihiug niHXTatic gain in four years of 310 votes !- i! lim a" for a friend f. whose merica
: PJKUCE] AND The best waJwoutJ be fur all the in-I r rMT"onal regard my own oar eye. It will be eeu that it sets the matter right

t.J ;. TLm glorious act ovrr, the Legislature adjourned, (tlori Mi* result The victory is the more iraprossive | spectorsf the county to meet on the fifth day after j htart has given l: -k'a true and full resj>on!'. It shows that (.. Pierce was opposed to the entire Remind. 3. That distinguished a* fir. "t
eminent citizens of and
.; ; .' ) K.'d table n-iolutious nJatireto an l impi,'rtai>t from the fact that Ion is the head- j I Among commanding jwwer I was ( an iutellect] of rast and
l.aviuK %loudly >> 'ni of his the This letter or power opsb5IITs
pa on subject
pre course party
: site the influence
oM' 'I the election, at the County for purpose of j jcanvaciiug while I was in the S<'nate. he stood perhaps supplies
.". '. ",. ib-s death: of C,.y and W e *t'f. quarters .f Whigjjery-or rather of oou' --and the whole vote of the County. When I pre-eminent. In his rich combination of qualities! as what was wanting to complete the record of ( range. as well as for acquirement comoMcsoraU to

:. t The vot< (tf South Carolina at this time, 5 i. a.well- thAt all the appliance* of pnrty drill and pereonalj should make two returns, orator, lawyer and statesman it may be safely Mid he Gen. 1'% and we think we run no risk in repeating J any sphere, whatever diversity of opinion in rtfcrtoe
through, they properly r.1
up j
Jr ." ir.rnted u.butc to FKAXKUN Picaer fur hi mn i tent i ill u..cce were resx-rted to in order to give Scott the had no rivaL IIw fonibly and sadly arc we reminded I Toomb's sentiment with regard to him, that no man to his theory of the structure aod organization principles
avouched anii direct them, '01''ie to the of
I. ,' Secretary of the great men with whom he associated in the I
., I fejjd St&*c Ri;ht' xur e on aU <\ut.tk-os affecting the full party vote. These efforts were vain, however, as State and) one to the. Judjo of l'robatewd deposit I[: Senate Chamber and who preceded Um in his transit North of Mason's and Dixou's Line stands fairer on this nod spirit or our complex Federal system may

", ,1 : h' ui or the ncht of the Stati I the majority for Pierce prove The people] could not I' the poll bvuks in the office of the Clerk of th< Circuit -! throutrh the "dark valley White, Gruudr. For- question than be. Ill hole} course has been such prevail yet men of all parties must concede that,It

be brought to the support of a candidate who wm pre- : I s>tli. Southard. Wall U01,. Scvier.Silas Wright 11111, that any Southern man might well adoptit aa a model wag ODe of its ablest most eloquent and moet saceess.ftd .'
:
; ; ; this Mail. Co-irt or with the Sheriff of the Countv.
1
By Morning's onted to thi-in in fuch "a questionably t-hape." They !'4I Woodbury Calhoun Clay-men who left their impress fur his conduct. expounders and we ofbim wit patiAitio
own ; may say
e :. TV c'ili ff tbi, mnniing briugi Uit glorious in'ellip Such a canvass this would ensure uniformity and upon the ajfe-names indissolubly connected
t er.nridpnce in him, and 1 tf'U in those who were j
no Ii
IhaJ pride aa Burke said of Fox and almost in the
'tw rf !]>. ro*alt f.f the Prec Menlialectirin' oot t n3y I avoid the uncertainty attending the transmission and with the fame and history of their? country-all. like ( .

\: f 'j" in iLl Sttt" L twsrd \. I! a Jcp cc'nviction in th.* pnbli'1 niind that he p esoed j I were links in the chain which bound the past the World."
anSi fnm the ? SUtef doubt that the vote of forGcvernor generation My Dear Sir:-I received two or three days
a
PnVactto
t.; j Jt. of fliiirgia, gallant : none <-f the qnaliiications nee-dedfora Chi*,f 37agitratc.that ,- no many precinct to the pre-ent and all. like him, are now on the ago
J 4 3> firnfl we havt will never reach the .Speaktr of the house owing. ;! other bide of that narrow line which divides time (n.m a copy of the Richmond Whig" of the 8th containing Resolved, 4. That ras a SUtosman. the record of
: in rl.e language ofSvnator Tooml, I.*- a letter purporting to have been written here denying of his
his services the text
| of under} etoniity. U-on whom have their mantles fallen I Iguide public political principle,
in adilition the
-ir Lh't th
tL
heard, lie 11(m( rats had i! had 'exhibited no npitud.s for e\'il1ife"an.J hence Who tl take their in the pendent ( or- memorials of his
c.. t .. TLc A&.'t t' f..rour crndldattecxcieeds! ourmort snngtine iI .. quireinrnts of the law, t. the miserable mail facilities arc places r'ris throughwhich gsa) ever used the language which attributed to the parliamentary eloquence, and
yon
the appeals of tho Whi; pro?! aod the exh.rttti"116 ( our eiiiutry lilaV' t" called t" palS'I Who with
: i'! I 4 xj"' titicus: iuJ xrc begin to iLint that the majority i j' with -Ahub IlurMa i i- afflictfil whi'-h make the lossi i I patriotic courage awl statesmanlike forecast, to it. in regard to Gen. Pierces opposition to certain resolutions the evidence of ha diplomatic ability, are beorponr-
f.-ll] with letdn W'lirid upfui' are
tho V'lii oratoii a dull :
; f oat of If the bun- !I in the that passed by our Legislature in Ib49. That ted with the history of our country; and in ardent and
: wlticb \W Lan counted ((2000)) will 1 be realized / oie packige every twenty ( two storms will at times inevitably
.. : the cnrs ( f the Whig ma. 'c!. Thtre was no letter further :
rwjunse.no tke
says devotion to
Union tier
i drcd which will from the threaten us in our unexampled development of patriotic were none to
flf returns Come two bun- resourCeS
\ Jffft r* ,
citlmma.mu-al! eold and stilt and furmal.j denouncing'
was 1
: .i : ATI< .\>0 iniRTT-ina Madison gi' c* about ONE drc! precincts in the tjfat-, a matter of almost po. iti\e i 1 as a nation, our almost fearful progress, our poai1 Gen. Pierce was known to be in favor of them and whom be could have been required to yield the palm
I.* ; Not "-o with the] Democracy. Every man us tion of amazing responsibility as the great confederated
among
: llUNJlI'KU: : : lh! prtcin'jU, eavr one, having been c.rt'tiuty. Under! sjch an arrangement a. this, a man: tlf- eruinsf power of the globe I These they received the support of every personal u well having, in the inspiration of Oratory, given utterance
i.i Pi. amA Jaalrnndi.Jato:8 '
Mt that
TC King we "
..:. fn-in : n'1 Pierce and King I* ing DOH 21? ahead. i ) may actu lJ.Lo defeated in the official count, nlthutigh -'''are I question which will press themselves upon allminis as political friend be bad in tbe Legislature. to a sentiment unsurpassed in its influence by
I caVulaVcd l<> tvite our adiuiratiou and enthu i it i. Whether the Abolition ever used the precise
Ij way have of ; ; but who alas can satisfactorily organ any other exhibition even of his own fervid eloquence,
he the answer
iluzza j f. : MiHifion: -bhe 'ill yt-t emerge fn>m tlie dust may a l.trgf majority popular ,i! attributed to it, I cannot but
ai-ti- fujijHirt. In Gen. Pitree we l Ixrheld a modest them ? language say ; every
p M.I J :i'!.''/1 of fidcraliam a firm and dt rided ileujiwratieColunilia i', vote-&" that in f.ct "theie is uo telling who is Guy j', To reader of that paper knows, tbaffromthe' dak.ofitA establishment and which has since become cherished political
Mr. We
1 iniaffuniing: patiiot, who hail 1 ever mauifrstcd a warm I speak of terOgenius, his varied and motto-
: CO!::!. has returned to her fint lov. and ernro u:lll after the vote> arc counted" by tile Legu : solid attnimeots, his services, woullbe to discourse of in 1845 until the day of Gen. Piereesnomination
regardful' the Cuititutiotial: rigLts of the :uth. and ', it denounced him, in the cant | and Union and and
constantly Liberty now '. one
4 4 pui"rc than her u'ual majority. A ]letter from a lature. j matters as familiar even to the children of his native .
.: who wa? withal fitted by nature and experience f>rji t II phrases of its vocabulary as a pro-slavery" man.
household rRetolved
j State, as words. Besides this be left inttparallc
must
trk-i I"! U L Alli;at'T eontains uearly the i-ntire vote i the poet to which his oountrrmen haw, in all human I: to 'l"io"row pens and eloquent tongue, after the first a dough-face. a 5. That the of his
'. amcndineut. The S, of patriotic spirit great
State after the
tJ.e ( titt. I'i -rco' majority i is now ONE HL'NDItJII vret-vry ought it has always characterized the Democratic party m
prvbabiUty.devatod: hini. Not t.. Lave taken deep in- 'I I gush of grief and the oppressive st-n.-c of loss shall to March 7 and the of
of
: ). to be increased by the remaiuiug prrciint' expiration of, say twenty d.-.ys, to publkh a list (.ftLe some extent Lave passed It is and long has like manner. speech 1850. IftJN justice to
ttrett in the success..1 #uch a inan W.U.J have kcn uu-' away. But i is to stat facts within Suuth which it should commend himto
mv own the
:. Ncxv.iaaivillc let ouy! Atadiua! has b<.en re- Courjtits or precincts from which returns have been been my firm conviction that Mr. Webster t had "a bold my object now displays ever
pl< i ; natural-. :. ua.jn.Ufu!-fjr b '_xond a doubt he L'isIxen the; minds and heart knowledge in regard to his views and action in respect f remembrance.
of his
received! him that the uore-turned counties j upon| countrymen whichI our grateful .
p'.rtd. Ii.r to the resolutions referred and ether of
f N rthtru ultra in his of will tail to be estimat to, a I
>r a man advocacy j utly only} because there has Reioltfd 6. That occupying such a position befOr.
73. which will bo hiTeagcd to } of a ', know whether} their vote has been forwarded or I b similar character. I know that the statement
tipwnrd 1 full
lUdHJ af f
Iu this: his conduct in trikI -n no opportunity to measure it. Yon Mr.
< our rights. rrsr-t, w-as the in the strength of hi intellect and the
ltH'.jl-tl.f 1.1 ad--uartiH of .Seoltm: in the Ka.t- I lo=t in themail..11Ii. would afford time to duplicate Chairman have truly sail] that Mr. Webster's greatness hove quoted from the Whig's letter u untrue in country
i I ing contratt with that of Gen. S.- tt. a Southerner by all iU length and breadth. I know that Gen. Pierce I commanding influence of his character, higher -
of that any political
nlwrc WnrJh.J ; l\tf\ : returns, whi"h duty the Judge of Probate coulddWlmrged was rare character which no earthly position
anllrtY"lfG7 nJCI.J :5 birth but who was s'5zd IK.Id t.f by f,nr "('r t eze- could exalt! lIe came to official 0 tat ions, as he disapproved of those resolution, and that fact was eminence of station eocld have added nothing
ifiti the lT In : certified Jflbe in
"av '7p. Ja'lvixLvin.tSTe loam by a copy returns on file well known here at the time. I well recollect the
( mies and made a cantlitlate :n d kcpite of tie n.Iijnitit approached all subjects presented to his mind their to Mr. Webster's real greatness nor increased the,
fr.tl of the} 4th, veil[ c* by : pri his office. and their : circumstances attending the passage cf those resolutions. -
tl.1'1"/1 superior master. He has reared for himselfa
and ptJite-l wan:injr" ( f the Southern of
] iu KI'IIITY' ; %ot ttithchig wing S"in such amendments these doubt of I do not think he knew anT thing of them until splendor of hi* fame.RnolrNl
.. Vte dtfr tt.jj. the party. To vote f.)r ((11. Pi<.rc", un l IT such circiunUK. :. after their passage ; and when be was first infirm 7. That in token of respect we will wear
in Mvbtr. strength and! grandeur when the works of men'shands
\ iraj..rity .A. fir ss Lta-d fro. would b a vast improvement on the present law, and f
t '- .'.-S. vas a J.INin duty! which} DonioTaM everywhere erected to his honor will be like Xinevah and I ; ed of their pMsage. many periooawiflno'wrecoflectthat the usual badge of mourning for ooe motrth.Rtfolred .
rin"craJc tnaj'-rlty; ; iJ 4 2. "The County i. tLu rew we throw out the suggestion trusting that some of the he declared that he considered their a
hasune l to di.hanre. Th rtult i i. l lf>re th* fear when this Union may have shared the fate which pasaage 8. That these resolution be presented t,
:: dtrcJ, d]'.Lbtfult'i.r frivud wriUs, I but is ]>rubuUyoornocratic. membralect} will revolve the matter in their minds, was the dread of his later A few direct censure upon him and his whole course upcn ,
"'C'Jt.t-i'rc. rt'N iVan rvmvl..-ln.ing majority'I yean. years ago, the Court with that the Court will be
the subject I know it to be tree also that Gen. a request pi eased
,, I ::11.1 l come up. to the caiiitol prepared to .propose. some- when the dutingnisbed brother of the deceased was i
of the] people" vot<*, and f far as tic M.ici' < f Fl"rila i Pierce was (opposed to the adoption: of all resolution to order that they together with the proceedings
called in
from time
Te} arc til 1: the return1 we have from cur own ihiiig. ai inUnit to eternity, in the Courtroom
\ .! can make him Pr *idcnt, h? i is eketed! to the Chief _ _ _ I (.f this 1I"t'Ct1: th* Lt \(..r,1.f a perfect I']I of this kind that have been passed by the Legislature of this meeting. be entered cf record and tbe Clerk h*
Ftc: l-uttb-y arerufuei. t..t'J1'tbatourTlIUKE: r.f tli Slat ; and th-4. who have enjoyed bis oixi- i
J hac"boo Maiftracy of this mighty nation j Revenge and Death. sentence lingering upon his lips, another huea ir-t deue. have Urea cli!! cf this l'J'l.ornh tine directed &) furnish a copy thereof t, the prtM of this
YOTfa '
P ) giveato TIEHCEAND KINGb I v aware
i redeem-} i A friend sends us the vote Wakulla! from nil the '! A bloody tragedy was enacted a few days npo in eminent and bfloveil" (the !ate lam c. riJ Gr-a.I .
MI overwhelming majority. Thwn is Iloridn.: ivan,) exclaimed What shadows ve are, what shadows :
L ? *.l, *rttjratrd at>d difnthrallc-d. She rttunn to precinct, tave cue ; as follows : the 'troiM of Milwaukic. A young man named: John't we pursue :r How th--se emphatic word comeback 1 tin. part in poiitks, besaj enfcrely enesgid b lii proft .' Ppoty brnitf4ood.

PiERrE.: SCOTT. 5L W. Lace was shot dead by M>s Ann Wheeler. to us now, as if by ao echo! How mere earthly! :onal dent and alseat from here .half th* tine. T. B..l L. Cltairman.

'J... the tnp faith and it D longer in a false position by'b . .. . .. and But in 150 when the !a CTi'.at' Lad assumed I Ia I
f'wporl. . .SI 1 .40' The Free Press states that Mr. Lace had seduced Miss honors distinctions fade amid a gloom like this ; *. Mr. Woodwind Ita-rbg fcbrortted the report stated
: the vftbe
in5 <]eraf>cratJc at heart, while toting for whig can- how form which erxiacgered Terr txl ter**
St. ) 21. political asperities chastened what les __
9j are ; a onto o
i J
Wright a Iloil1incr1ouLt1'f. under an <' implied the the rrsIst'co Lad b. in h'b-
b oth
lidat,! flmihadcij..o: i iPaiituxtt express the living; what an admonition U> personal malevolence Union U-k bis pT--"ti-: whh
; Oeorcia the is 17.17 promise of marriage-and had refused to make now awed and subdued as the great heart of men of the N jrtli. b Liver of th< Coapn.-nJ*< n. a-1 i era! "spin with the riew of rendering them perfectly '
news I
cheering :
1roJ equally Sopchoppy .. .. .. . .. 5. 8 ] the only reparation in his power, by marrying her.- the nation throbs heavily at the portal of his grave! urea ; anti in tie two e-letfytM which hare since tij ;; accrpts!Le, that lk+y wes yet open to amendment
Chatham ( the tremendous kea in This which the measee'I
( ) State
: gi'l"c majorityofnTf'J j jilw m
1n1a He had also blazoned I have no heart to speak or to contemplate the I
her shame to his bosom com extent t I and revisal and kc was actborated by the" Chairman
exerted all his
'! The vote was tw.dlriJeJ-li4f'! 1175.Sectt ill ill of the lo! we have sustained. As a personal were directly m tvsce, he great powerI [
panions. Driven to desperation, she purchased a and inflttruee in support cf tbo e measure And U is I I of the Committee to say that fcefiTe moving their a-
805 Tugaloo 15, mattering 6 1'icree over all 113 friend, as a son of New Hampshire, as an American !11.
double barrelled pistol aud dirk met Lace, asked him citizen I shall be with thousands a sincere mvcruc'r at him. more than any tbr doteo men. thai we owe II j[I doptx. any suggratyn of tbe membera of the Bar
Ciiatliarn
6jy : indeed covered herself with I
lI glory. b those rlectioos
lu.I..e
the 1U1
Majority . . .. .48 if Jie intended te marry her, was answered now with his obsequies. I s:' triumph gaitrd j S wcuM be readily reccrred.
4 The Gtorgion of the .4th i is in fftarit-n, and claims over the combined fcrees of federalism. aboihkniBm. j

f I for Havanoah the appIltion of the Banner County." The remaining precinct will not vary this result an oath, when she presented the pistol t<) the back of I. fa't>n and treachery-all nnite l in hostility to toe ;f I Oa motion the forego resolutions were nnammcusly -

.4. much cither way. his head and fired and the seducer was a corpie. The The Boston Courier furai-hes the following particulars Comproiaise, anti making d"nonciat and misrepre aJoptcd
Ribmo(Augiinta) gives Pierce a majoritj o\tr all relative Mr. Webster's death and banal '
From Gadsden, we hear the vote of only two pre- I J avenger of her own wrongs t-tood by calmly} until an to : scctatiou cf the fugitive slave law the main staple of T. W. BAKER CWnni-
of 30. The vote *tandc-Pien-e, 626, Scott 412Tugal f The last hoursofone so beloved as he wh"se earthly their electioneericg: : capitaL
J eincU Quincy and Ellis'. Quincy gives gives Pierce officer who} was near came She surrendered the Hrcn AacHta. & .
up. has closed amid circumstsox-v rtlar.l/
j
I. .: loo, S8, tentUring 146. flUb (Macon) hu gone Tor career just so many These facts are so well! known here that i it 15 useless
f. Pierce majority of 410. Louodes. two precinctcTirupvill" |i a majority of 63 and Ellis' of 23. A friend writes pistol and dirk, avowed and glorified in what the had : consolation, were of the same eveu tenor as all the for us to recapitulate them in our papers ; th-Jt Oa Saturday the Sth these resolations were pre--

1.a that the majority will be some 150 or 175 for Pierce: done, and walked with the officer to jaiL In gh iug j rest is necessaryfto be done only where they are not cuI I: Knted to the Court T>y Jtxlgt? BaltzelL and upon request -
Pierce, 2V4, Reott 24, WebMtr 28.- I I informed the chief fen
The of
public lire already derstood,or where they we so vrk>gly cikrep !!
I and King. up the dirk she remarked "It is a good ODe and I'. I pers the Court in rerpons to the eighth ordered
Club Jlou e, l'i.-rec 20, Webhter 28. ThoniasileTbf.mas I tuna of that deeply interestingsce-ne up to the period resent eu.
a iuU-ndeil to make sure work of it." Evidences of her Webster desired all wh accord.rcgly.: HUGH ARCHER Cr*.
wheu Mr. to take leave of >
.: ., ( Co.) Pierce :9. Scott 89, Web-UT 17, Tug- The 8mtintl \ibCII"1 know what the Floridian : I I Tocrs trulv
\ intention to commit. suicide, the Free Press say, have were in the house. One by one, in deep sorrow but '. BUTTEr.FIELD Eiitor of Patrk-t

1 tl.x. 4. ThC returns would indicate that Georgia means by the allegation that the Fmtintl. cOlsw"l| also been discovered Miss Wheeler was from Cleveland -I sustained by iiis own great example. the members of I W. F. RITCHIE. Esq, }c lnwoo11. The one hundredth anniversary of the initiation -

&g ne fur Pierce and King over all others by thoue- the ctory" contradicted by Mr. Cabell in the l letterpublished i and her relatives rf.eide there. The Free Press his family and the friends and attendants, come in and '--- of George Wasnircjton as a Mason, was observedby

'4. .ud.. from him in last We simply I I took I leave of him. He desired them to remain near I the in this
Abolition and
by us our mean thus comments Infidelity.. Fraternity city Thursday evenicjr, r>y
: I. hi. and than those -
1'I.'m. more oiw enjoined on
,,t this-that the Fentintl attributed to as a charge I present The Congrrsitfonal Journal say*: In Vx-king a fine address from P.ist: Grand Master (-. R K-
I The Gloriouj "This is a dreadful business. But on our honor as who were not of his immediate family, not tu
Victory against Mr. C. which made. We did ever the \\i"l of Ants-Slavery Wtnrcs j in the U,,,,. :! Call, ul (.. reiaarks from the
4 not
we never a man: and our faith as a Christian, we fed bound till leave Man-hfield till his death had taken place. U.ing -- a TPrJ" appropriate
A'hive.l j in the late State election, the Jack- :! we observe names of three men who vi ere Mice Con-
aay charge that gentleman with having "circulated a story say that the wrong he did her far exceeded the wrong 'I a.nred by all that hu every 1i i i-h would be religiously grejatiooal minister and one-a Coc ragaional theological v Kev. E. G. A 3T. ,

iotiIli.nriof Let Saturday, was celebrat witli that Mr. Maxwell his competitor had withdrawn fromthe she has dojc to him. As long as sor-iety refusesto I ; regard, he then addressed himself to his student all of v.horn have became avowed I

Treat eiithuAu the find making minute as to his own con- \ Webster Before Buried.
on Tbura-hiy evetjing bastij ou canvass," as the Sentinel alleged. We said iu protect rights vindicate the wrongs of woman pbvsicians. inquiries Infiilels I Three of them are from New Hampshire, being
;. ,'ituriiUI lHurxTatf. A nitiooa talutc was fired iu she must redress her own wrongs. There is nota latlou, and the probable rmmation of his life and the otter ago, occupied most of the pulpits .A correspondent of the New York Time gives
substance that Mr. C. had repeated, as we were iu deserinr the who would infinitlv Conversing with great exactne he seemed !to- be years
't
: man ; name n< I I
k'Hior of the occasion ; l cheer, etartled] the i in the State as a Sal bath school agent. Who can some interesting incidents of Mr.Webster's last day'son
I aD tht formed a rumor that Mr. Maxwell was about to decline prefer to have his daughter or ei,trr sh}I.t down inI anxious to bo able to mark to himself the final period
such X. 1" 06-
I: the true e-f facts T I
exh" fvr for Pierce f. I give philosophy earth. Of hia after aDd 01 this
ery (r given loJ r I the streets than become the victim of the heartless se- of his di* olutioti. appearance death
the ctuivans. Thus the allegation of the Floridian \\ttrrer.
l"ol !nd fur 1aw'm 1 went off delightfully I 1 ducer." He was answered that it might occur in one. twoor II i manner in which the body was arrayed and laid out
amouLtrd to a charge that Mr. C. had mentioned I The solution i ii No one carefully studythe
the! three tours, but that the time could not be definitely .
artillery mn performed their duty like veterans, q I be thus writes-
a report which he had' heard', while the language the 1 calculated.] Divine Record ithout coming to the conclusion ,
and the .FranUin ritrcf pi,kc in thunder tones to Humbug Exploded. I In looking directly in the face of tie deceased
Then said Mr. Webster I I must lie
fitntinel attributed to us conveyed the impression I suppose that its Great Author ho therein made provision fora
the
all UIJ.liH'J in democratic thunder. The tU'&tcilbrati During his recent x.-tioneering totir, Gen. Scott here quietly till it comes." I I,the ravages of disease are painfully apparent in
that he was charged with ba\ing state of servitude that He has expressly recognized -I sharnenmi. almuit rhutlv ( But staodintr a
originated a tiory yea. I attirea.__ _
n will take place After Tuttday next in honor j was in the habit of saying that be was on official bus I The retchintr and von.itinjr now recurred again. < -
that Mr. Maxwell had actually withdrawn. Certainly Dr. Jeffrie*"f'llf'r.llo 3Ir.-Webster something which and sanctioned it Hence when are abolition little on one side, Lusvewm the strongly marked
of the of Franklin to the Presidency.r mess tc. Before the tour was concluded however, I sensibiHties to
: cec. 't it wa in this nense that we understood the paragraph : he hoped 1 might give him ease. I fanatic (and we regard all fanatics who advocate profile one requires aH his quickened
that slim disguise was thrown for not did stifle the the sleep
away, only : impression that our friend sleep
quoted! by Mr. Calx-11, and have doubt that that The dying statesman remarkCfJSometLing more, abolition makes the that the Bible
we ) discovery
I no
Intcrfereoee of Public Officers. I I of inclined
Gen. Scott hiwelf telegraph that be would be in BI I Doctor-more. I 'Want restoration." life and will soon wake gsinWe are
gentleman understood l it in the same way. Hence we sustains an institution which he loathes and abhor, to tread softly on the and sped m whispers
.' 'XVcliji t)1 following; ; telegraphic despatch frou* timore, but joined with the whigs of Baltimore in Between ten and eleven o'clock he repented somewhat carpet

.. 1h.New York JcrI1d of Saturday laet : said that such a itory-Jl1\'eliug such au impression cheering Use office of a whig paper. We quote from indistinctly the words, Poet poetry-Gray, he is prepared to reject it as a revelation from Heaven lest we interrupt his repose ; and if a pin drops giv we*

was "coined' whomsoever it the that if it bad God for its Author it turn involuntarily to see if the unclosing eye
.An Army OJicrr; to Account far JJalinyFpetehct by may Dcem-that it Gray. on ground
CallJ the Btltimorc Patriot of the 21bt tilt \ alas !
m : Mr. Fletcher Webster the first line of the evidence that the sleeper awakens. But, no. -
In favor On. Pierce was maufactured-that no language of ours conveyed repeated could not sanction slavery, bnt inasmuch u it does, know his
4 : of "Gen. S. was then placed in a carriage which had clegv-"The Curfew tolls the knell of parting w\." I! the end of life ha been with him, aod..e

_, VTAMn ".TON, Get 21! -Hr nt Major I"aa St'l"t. j jrf aiy BUfh idea or impre ion,and that we knew nothing been prepared and with the mayor and the membersof I '. That's it, that's it," said Mr. Webster ; anJ the it i it therefore a fable and its doctrines and teachings future is in eternity. .

the EIiucp.l, ha tM cJleilto account f.'r liming, about any such .". If our neighbor did not intend the \\ big Committee, proceeded! up to Baltimore book was brought and some stanzas read to him, not binding upon men. The corpse is arrayed in such habiliment* ash*

n a r.1t \iit to New England, mae one <>r two I to put in our mouth any 'uch charge, he was certainly street and iheucc to Barnum's HoteL As the im which seemed to (give him pleasure. compeers of the Senate have often seen him in, when

jx.hticul tjieecLen, at meeting: in Orn Pierce. ; t to 'j I mouse crowd po*!ed along, they ever and anon gaveCxPtifl From twelve o'clock till two there was much restlessness Go. Scorr'a SrzxrHEs. The N. Y. Herald publishes on a bright summer morning be sought the Senate
An fli'-iat{ loiterlm bcvu euithim our apprchcniion, very unfortunate in the use of' to their in cheers. When Hall to the words Yiedtm aDd the light of
< inclosing a printed feelings warm t but not much suffering ; the physicians were Gen. Scott's speeches under the following bead pour
r r itccuuiit f.f the m .tiut. and demanding a explanation. word, for we venture to say that no ten men can bo they arrived opposite our office, three cheers were proposed quite confident that there was no actual pain. largely displayed troth upon some toimie of IUpuai1w public interest-

\,, ", The inconi, of attempting t puu'uh Ihis> picked up anywhere who, having read the &nW* I for the Patriot" which were gi'l"enjth a A faintness occurred, which led him to think that : A blue coat with plain guilt buUool vest aDd psnt1

S .I. gallant young officer for f.1lo1ng of the paragraph for the fin.1 time, and knowing hearty good will, and in vhlrh Central Scott joined his death was at band. While in this condition some The Modem Epic: Fifty-two Speeches by Major of spotless white are substituted fur the shroud. A

: commanding; general of the army, in eum.1p stump nothing u- waiving lilt It-it. As they passed the American : fell from him indicating the hope that his Gen. Winfield Scott embracing a narrative of a trip white neckcloth encircle the throat over which i
bout our allegation would give it other construc : expressions to the Blue Licks and back to Washington, in search in silken
1 can only be reconciled on the ground that any office three cheers were also given"F..xceedin.gly : mmd would remain to him completely until the last turned the shirt collar. The feet are encased

..t t. 0'' La'pN.'cl u.a :at, and Gen. Scott i i. a whi candidate. tion. nut to cay the least that can be said our neighbor dignified this in a candidate for the He spoke of the difficulty of the process of dying of a site for a Military"H..pital-The Uliad of the hose and shoe of patent leather. hair of the

4 t O.M. must admit that he gave an unfair version of our Presidency of this mighty nation. when Dr.Jeffries repeated the verse : Nineteenth Century,
t The //'*alt may well' call the course of Ile. w'bigadniinii charge and such an one as did not present to MrCabell's Though I walk through the valley of the shadow i WOULD Srvr xoa FiLLxoax BIT ROT roa SCOTT. white-gloved hind are crossed upon his breast.
a. trati in thin matter is We to notk of death I will fear evil for thou art with lip are slightly parted just as when about to IpeaLHoy
the
> death no
I \1' u WOIaU.tcUt not mind a correct view of the "Fiat idtan'i statement" regret of CoL John O. Gamble me-thy -The Journal of Commerce of Mr. Webster remain ThY
: of the
t. < Hlh'! Ge. ,,t who has set example by making of Florida. CuL (J. was originally from Virginia, rod and thy staff; they comfort me." say fitting i ia the appearance
*i>-cbes iu favor himself but government unferttruppers and was a gentleman] of accomplished education and Mr. Webster said immediately: The fact-the : So far from expecting death be was engeged in seem, indeed. to sleep but for an hour; and their hbilimenta *--

l' are traveling round.or attempting to aid With regard to what has been said about Mr. Cs. talents. Whilst a youth he was attached to the American I fact! That is what I want Thy rod-thy rod I thy deliberate preparation for protracted life. Had be though prepared for the grave still soggt would*

the whig cause by abusing Frank Pierce from every repeating the rumor in Quincy as stated in this paper Legation to France, at the bead of which was : staff thy .t.aff-1 been nominated as a candidate for the Presidency it b'fe. and feed the lingering imagination which

f. rostrum' they cupy.AuKmg of the Sd October although we had at the time Chief Justice Marnhall 1. nail he subsequently became The close was perfectly tranquil and easy and occurred wan his avowed purpose to resign his office and takea reanimate; the helpless clay.WhigB.

4 the whig oflice-bilders( thus prominent, we an eminent merchant iu Richmond. About at precisely twenty-two minutes before three tour to the South this fall and winter. Had Mr.

'.t ... notice the AVr. (?) Charles Hudson :aval Officer .f what we conceived to be good authority for the allegition five years ago he removed to Florida, embarked twenty-in o'clock, as before stated. Fillmore been nominated be baa been beard to say r&gglDg- .

4 4 the port of Bo tou, who get* some 4OOU per annumI I and felt it to be our duty to make it, yet we planting, and became the head of an extensive banking The persona present were Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher that he would resign and take the political field aa A circular signed by the notorious TTTBMB Smith

alary ; Judge Conrad. who holds the sinecure are now satisfied that injustice was done to Mr. Cabell institution. O 1. G. was allied by marriage to the Welwter Mr.and Mrs. Paige Mr. S. A. Appleten,Miss the advocate of Mr. Fillmore electiou"Seward sad others dated Oct. 21. 1854. is being published in

I Deputy Surveyor of the part 1_ John K. Latta chief clerk of the Philadelphia Of-I of the Union and was beloved by all wbo knew George T. Curtis Charles Hinny Thomas Esqs, Geo. for the papers io which the veracious Truman zesklhuge *

fice While it i in a horrible' thing for a democratic office wa unquestionably mistaken, and we make this him for his private worth. He was the intimate friend ; J.Abbot and W. E.! Zantxiuger of the State Department The New York Tribune, tbe moat prominent organ promise of State for Scott provided the Wkf'

t : I hMdcr to make political peeches, it is right and statement as an act of justice to Mr. C, and for the of the great statsman whose death we have just beard ; Dr. Jeffries and J. Mason Warren and the per- and oracle of Scott Wbiggery thus early commence bare done their duty. Here Is the Cat-

jroper in a whig.-lirnti yltanian. purpose of correcting any impression which may have of.: CoL 0. is the uncle of Mr. Cabell the Representative sonal attendants and domestics of Mr. Webster.Mrs. to prepare the heart of Wbiggery for the nomination Rely ft, then that victory ia ours, if we only

We could name a few whig office-holders in Florida gone abroad to his prejudice growing out of that in. Congress from Ylorida.-J\' tioraal JntMiyencer. Webster being unable to witness the last mo of W. H. Seward. to which that of Gen. Soctt i. apre1imioary bay. the upon will to win it. Vermont MaasachusetU.
awaited the in her
menta, event own apartment.
r who *ere ac active in the canvass for Gen. Scott ns charge. : Rhode Island Connecticut, New York Delaware

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.t: any other pentorw in the State. We never heard that DEATH AWD THE PaEfiiDtxcT.-Only two of the em- BOSTON, Nor. 1. The President baa tendered theo M 00". Seward, it i is just a* possible, may someday Maryland, North Carolina FLORIDA. Kentucky.

the administration at Washington objected to this t1r' Mr. Webster's Will, it is Mid, gives the iuent men wbo hare been voted for during the but of s.cretary of State to the Hon. Edward Everett be President of the United State*," and it then eeo Louisiana, an3 California and are all with uOhio

Marsbfidd property to his widow daring hat life time for of Massachusetts, who baa signified ia acceptance adda that "be is an able nan; but by no mean the will assuredly be with us, Pennsylvaniawill
.:' course of it* officers here. thirty years President are now aliro-Van Buren of the not be omitted this glorious constellation.
who ia
aame.C.&XJ only Northern statesman faithful to the traditions
.
it Fletcher
transfers to Webster
then the living
1 and only and C. Crawford,Win Jackson Adams,Harrison and the conviction of a freedom-loring people." : Now if Truman baa missed the figure in the other

BISHOP ."This venerablo divine we are child of the deceased statesman wboM son Daniel Calhoun Polk Clay Taylor and Webster roa Pixacc.-Just before the election in I be baa about Florida the story
4 pleated to leant" aavs the Frederickaburg, (V'a.) Her- are now uo otrr It should not be forgotten that If r. Cabell ha solemnly )- State a* sgregiously as

6 ell MJLu reoov red from former atUtks of dueaae -an unusually intelligent and manly lad of about more. Vai Bureo and Tyler are the only living ex- Pennsylvania, Gen. Peter Sken Smith the notorious proclaimed that the same combination to which is soon told Scott k nowhere in the race.

within the last few mooths aDd hia broociial affection twelve years- ucce da to the inheritance Mr. Web Presidents. Nativiat leader and formerly a Whig of New York, I Gen. Scott owe his nomination will.nominate Sewardin

I :. u but alight Biahop C. markd that b,felt a little ster's grandchildren by his daughter Mrs. Applet* came out in a card with acme dozen others for Pierce 1856. C 1'OW. NOT. 1.-The-South Carolina legjsla-

rbcumatum bat Jw an 'old aoldkr," it waa no more art already rery wealthy a* that DO injustice is dew Rirnm or PoaTCHE.-A Ulegraphie deapateb and King, as the most in earnest to maintain the integrity _ tore convened to-day. The officer re-elected in both

Iti t than mi lX be expwjted W. art SUM tbattb rattor- them b bit beqoest. E. did not fergtt bk nonMrmw states that Hon. Franklin E. PIIIIDmer died at Jackaos, of the Union. Mr. Smith is well knownin r The Mississippi Legislature previous to it* braoohe Th& Governor'* message' WM brief belny
ation of tin goral Ualth will bupWter f4 grUul- lOas lately ia great want aDd destitution. At onetime very adjournment without effecting a clicks of U. S. Senator the ri TL elrtwu >
tion, DOt ooly 'ith tb* church 9* fHcb bt prctide : friend ed"1a bat left to very many of them be only! lacked sven votes of bearing Hon.Rob the Eastern part of this State-particularly ia and refused rescind the vote of ensure pawed upon confined to object of the meetiqr. :

., t., but with Chriatiaj deiitini." I : 6 nark* of his faTOr aa4 memorials of (. dead. i J. Walker U U. S. Senator from Musiuippt about St. Augua.be, G
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r ;ultural r&ir at Tallahassee No. 2.Carriagti, Buggies, Saddle I, tfegroSltot Freih Groceries, Provisions &c. Crackers &o. D. P. HOLLAND, (

Ji and 267 JVbnemfttr italant. *, and .-tJthrr. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR} T LAW s. .... ..
I %* 25 W. A. Stockton, Gadsden County, Florida. JeST received per barque Herald. and selling low DUts. Soda Crackers. 4 boxes Claret Wine JAGGARD would respectfully Inform tt,
Wirons of cxliibiUnjj utock of 4 CASH a of fresh and choice 4 U ibMAlmoads Florida -p _
who we D. G. Livingston. Madison I County, > supply QROCEPROVISiONS. 10 boxes Qoinry, I 5. inhabitants of Tallahassee and the public gen*--

t rnd to lh c Corresponding Secretary a R. II. Willard, 4- '4 4< RIES AND Ac. : I 4 thIs Sugar" 1 box Brazil XuU practice in the Court of the Middle Cir I rallv that he now occupies the rooms formerly oecn- \
*a- ,'IIl'b nnimal, at l lean one week previous N. P. Wi'tori fI Ex. Gene ee Flour Brown 12 bixee Candy, 4 bbl Currents WILL Countie r
Franklin
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& nup. Soap I and of Jackson and : pied by Mr. John K. Lloyd, over '. DarMrds DrugStore ,r rI
.' dt' cltbe exhibition that arrangement* >r. J. II. Verdier, of Oadiden County, Florid Do. in half baircla Excelsior do. 4 Citron 4 Gran. Sugar, I October 2S. 18i:. 4! tf I At considerable expense, be hiss enlarged hi* "I jEk1Light
J.eir. aft keeping. ** 4Gov. < Sugar 1 Loaf TOO) boxes Sardines. i :
I" 'kt' A. J. Foreman. Crackers Colgate do. Sugar I and refitted the rooms fbr the reception of [1
It fur all the tock and Irtic1. in- D. Moaeley, Leon 4I 44 Butter do. Sperm Candle, For ale cheap-for cash bv S. 3. KNIGHT. In Chancery. in tho aided by :
lit f'' visitors anti by long mperirnee art. ..l
1 fruits and
1 biikm-rtwpt fancy article, Hall Soda do. Star doAdamantine October SO 1852. 43
( he flatters himself l Me' tf thd
*V JEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURT. skill and science, > please
for classification
the( .I'ltnJ rratly on M. A. *4 4< 4I Lemon do. Candles -
,
Long that his
..bttj.Jal to thc firrt day of the fal'r. Horticulture and Flower Brown Sugar, Salt in Sack, In Chancery. Jill of Rtvivor and Svyplnntnt. most fi ti.lious. He trusts on inspection token in the ..iI -
will be found. to
iY rrr\:& the Shirty and all who nhall be1 Mrs. M. A. Long, Loon County, Florida. Clarified do. do. in Bag, CIRCUIT COURT FOR LEON COUNTY. William We:t and John M. Smith. Executors of William South.pictures receded oupenor a wen.jI uny Je't&I stock

'It 1 !bt1'I' I br the payment of one dollar, will be 04 J. J. Fmley, Jackson ** Po\rdcr'd do. do. Saliiia Robert W. Williams Ii Go 'dman, deceased Cwupfuinants, I from the Haluujunt New \ tlrk and Philadelphia markets compriiiii '
badge of roenibmhiisby applying' at 44 I.Rf d.,. Lemons ,.,.
rrtl> John C. MeGehee. Madison County, Florida. r*. the moot forihionable Cases with Gull ChaaeMattings. j I
office. which will ndmit them and the 44 "' Gadsden Lemon do. Engh-h Walnuts Thomas Dasher and Green; R. Sl.1t;r. Flrecutors of .
A. Stockton ,
ry' A. A. Fisher Sheriff: Ac, Haley T. Bl-x-ker. Sheriff &. Also, every other variety to suit the i ,
the continuant
/:* f fcmili during be of the 44 Gen'l. Bailey, Jefferson 44 4g Goshen Butter Bnizil Xuts, and et officio ,A rn'r. of W: W. Hart, cceRst.c1.1! Samuel Slater, deceased Jane Sister und Robert alternate fraternity which} }lie offer at such iice u
f* 25 cents will required for tick ., Leon "u do. Chee.e.Englih Filbert, Sht *. ,
jiothcn Joot-ph Clisby Jon- 'r. DrffH&tnt call and
t Jet lit) Bradley and Lemuel B. I will ensure attentu'n. All are invited to examine
d.:}'. IJI'ko"ln :Miss Randall 44 Dairy Cheese Almonds, to the satisfaction of this Court by I
ttinct.e
virtue 'tfa decretal order of the llmi. J. Waylcs' IT appeaninig Kpccimrn*. whether they wiali tJcturw or not.
n>1oi will *be 'trict1-v onforce Mrs. U. W. William, h Green Apples, Raisins BY Baker Judge of the Circuit Court of the Middle I .:' in this cause that the said D'ft'ulbnt. r'- Instruction irnl"trtt'tl l to any one wishing to engage .
mn"t become members of the society, I H. 4t 44 Dried do. Current I I side out of the State tf Florida beyond tie jurisdiction -
ifkitors L.Rntger Circuit iu and for Leon County, ;in Chancery rendered : in the buMneis. Also intnimpntfl and materials of
**f1 exhibiting their own manufacture. I Robert Gamble 4< "u do. Pel\befl. Preserved Peaches, of this Court but in the United Stale* :
tain* in thie cause, iu open Court on the 27th March 152.1 1 all kinds for sale. RANDALL J AGO ARD. '"

/ cJlClOfUre. I 41 E. Houston. 4< 4< Xo. 2 do. Tobacco door iu Tallahassee, on the first Monday in December Thomas Da>1u-r, arid Green H. Slater Ex Tutors of

,lit '! shall be placed uptn the ground until 44 Hayward, ,e .e.1 1( 0 J and i casks do. Moss do. next to the ligLt..t t bidder, for cash, the following described -': Samuel Slater, (!deceased Jane Slater and Robert NATHANIEL HAMLIN ..

.f'* Ltbei entered at the Secretary office, I Ladle Needle Work At.Mra. Codfish, Smoking Tobacco, Lnids to-wit I Slater, do appear and 1 answer the Bill! of Uevivor filed ,
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,. "''a will be taken in charge by the managers John Parkhill of Leon County, lorida.. Herring, Fine Turkish do. W } S W 4, Sec S, T 2. X of R 3 F.; E i S W J, !! in dui cause within four months from the date of publication Cotton Factor and Commission Merchant, :.

i ,pif Itbie pa: Iro\'ided. 44 Dr. Davidson of Gadsden 4* Sardine, Snuff Sec3.1'2NofJt..E; W i NW1SecTN: of this Oruer, or the said Bi'd will be taken Xo. 38 POTDR.. ar, Ntw OatEA s. .1

:: of animsls: must provide their own 44 4t 4t 4t Java Coffee Sejjars ((cnnf9xa against thuni : '.
: Woodson White .
: .Viktor 1 of I R 3 E or *o much thereof a* may b* r.cceary to pro '
'j:a ervnts, and take care of them at their 44 l"Kirier, Madison Rio do. Iri,h Potatoes, raise the sum of seven thousand, M-ven hundred"and Ail-fit I itfxrt/ Ord'red. That publication of this Refers to .Tud!! J. H BROOME. Tallanasaoe.lr. ; !

cxr 44 Wardwi-11., Leon U ( Lflgiiira do. Onions. five 4& 1U( dollar.-, with interest from the date aforeeail. Order IHJ made in nme paper publi.hud in Tallaha-II } JAJIILS M. \S'iLUAMA u .

'. 4 .iII b< admitted within the enclosure, un- 44 D. A. Gilliard, U OrlonK Tea. Stone J UJ..9I. decreed to complaii.ant.: awl the C"St of said H-e. once R week for four niuntliA. DAMLL LADD, '' wre.' Newport I..i

I '1'd and under control. 44 Dr. Hayward, U Sup. Imperial do. Colored Jars, suit and expenses of sale. I'urcha'ers to pay furMaWrs I Given under my hand at Chambers Tallahassee Gen. WILLIAM BAILEY, Jefferson County, ."

;Clf.jWu Iiq'1' ori will *** Uowcd. on or about the u J. B. Gamble, u Pickle Buckets title. BKNJ. F. WIHTNKR I October 21, 1852. I' CoL E E. BLACKBiax.t'en. to ,f

tF D. P. lIo'Ue.u 4. 41 Catsups, Tubs in (hal""t'r '. I j. WAYLES BAKER Ju.Uje.Octolxr J'
I October :SO.t() 1>52. 43 6t Master : J. S. BROOME. Madison County. -
; f.'C'ffit'C *''I1" be desi nato! l>y a white ro.etu>, I Mary A. liezeau U Sauces Measures, : 1?. 1P5!. 42 4m a .-I-',.
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; Or.uvtr: tt SsttuxG Quincy.
::1\t 0filc, society by ablue ribbon, worn in R. H. Berry, to 4 Svrups, Blacking, For Sale. ---
Of.
ittlK1I% I En. REMIXR-TO, Esq. Thomaaville r.
>ic 1 owder I Notice.
" 4 4 Sf a i
; ;bbMhwe.' will be the 1: Miss M. Chaires, Cawia ACR of land witJ.in R mile and a bait of. EDWARD; SIEXJU .., 4 4 .
Jterfth1 Secretary opened on 4> '4 4' Shot, Ac. A-c. nv 4' 0 .
: l the Court Houne 10 Julia Gamble, do. scurf Tnllalia! (.', lyi'i'" bet wet n the MeiMi.uiand : i : SIX weeks after date the undersigned will apply October 1& 1852. 41 Gm it .
Buds
"r\0a, to the lair at at 4| 44 G. W A CO.
\ Mrs. E. A. Brockenbrough the Ilo-iurable' Judge of Probate in and fur
;l.illg. I II
of business; and th, November 1\ Manui'it-ton: roads.: I } a. part of section 1!9 I.f.
the transaction ex- 1852. 44 tf I I
1 '" the SeeDejeI Miss E. M. Houstoun, the 1..11 Fn.t"ttp Town.-hip.: About :JUiuaen's are cleared the County of Leon fur letters! <.f udmtni tration on JOHN B. GALBRAITH, :.
.. 'rnuiw'i will meet every Jay at Mrs. .J-f B. Ball, '4 41 and under, fenee. One half of the cleared land has the ttate"of Eli ha Me Daniel. late of aid County, I I, COUNSELLOR '
A Card. ATTORNEY AND AT LAW
at 10 o.l',ock, .' .
.oIIic! I IereIar ,,. T. Mitchell decea-ed. IIIXTON J. SAUNDERS.
Jt attend a crop of cotton on it-the l lIaTi'C i'i r -"t. j jGEO. .
are particularly): requested to : 4< E. Barnard. 4< T HUE Rev. J. S. GREENE respectfully mf-rtng the \VIl ITFIEI.D.Ot October 23. 1852. 42 6t Tallahassee, Florida* '
i W at 1U I o'clock' on the first day t tJif 44 4t 44 J. citizens of Tnlhihassee aud its T'irinitfhllt I .
II A. L.
) Hopkins tin --- -- -- - -- ---
hi ( latni-d. ,ber :P.O. 1SS2. 43 tlj jy Office near the Poet Of c : [Oct.- 9. 40
fair wlifH their duties will be ex j .lesiie Hume, 4< .' ; Monday, the 15th inst.. he will open a Mule School ---- -- Broome and Heir's Cotton Warehouse. "
eill1eUJ "f Fl-iid* anal the adjoining counties MiAII \deNish. the Basement Room .-f the Court House ilr. G. engages -
All Sultana Raisins Notice.
inform their friend I
undersigned leave to I I
beg
ria and Alabama, will be allow ed to conipeteppr.7L. Mrs. James E. Broome u to instruct radicidly l such as will: I III' coinniittcd I TilE

-I e' .. -- ----- to his care: in all the branches necessary for College or (1 L'ltR..NTS.Citra'n. r.x RiiUins: Almond Prunes although a part of their Shreds! have been I I'FOUR week from date. I will apply to the Judge

.I'' j* The Executive CoTitnittee of Leon Apricultuvx'ictv I crA quarrelbetwen two officers of the Mercantile pursuits. Mr.! G.; is a zmid-iate<>f one of the I > and other Preserved Fruit, fie.-h Pickle Pie' blown down by the late gale, they are in condition to ,I for Madison County for an order to sell

? :are no-JfuJ::( to meet at the Sccrctarj oSice I CoL Hubert and McLane occurred. most Tl-j]'rt1\1lt' Univer, .ities in Europe. He hn" I Fruits, Spanish Olives, awl Guava Jelly. Just re receive and tore Cotton as heretofore and hope that undivided half of lot Xo. 3. Sc 6. T 3, S of R 11,

., I C4jurLII4.u.e' on Monday, tW' 22J day of Xo- !, Army Capt been long in the pnicti'-e of tt'Irhillg'lIud LAl't's by ccived anal for sale at the Drug Store of in a week or ten days their damages will IKJ fully repaired j containing HO' acres. Also E | of N E |, See 1, T 3, .

I >.Jcr fur hc lransacii' of iinjxirwnt: busMicps.; t a A-w davs since, at W a&Lillg1on, originating in a let. his a..!iJuit)' and attention to l.i. pupil t/, give general October ::". 185:. 4:: LEWIS it. AMES. and their Sheds as commodious i 118 hieretofiare.October I I.i R 1 I. containing 80 acres. Abo 1 lID acres upon whichis II

1 Sccr t' written the latter the conduct of .-- -- ---- -- --- 16. 1 5II BROOME &$ HEIR. horwe and
situated
t 11 HOUSTON"( tary. I, r 1-y respecting 1 I satisfaction. Tlie most tatif factory ref.'n'nee given the dwelling improvements connected

,. -- Lumber Lumber with the known- Chat W Mills, all
Gen. Fierce in Mexico. High word* between the if reijuircd. Tcnns iis arc u ual in tliijilace.: property

of Judges of the First Annual Fairor parties led to bVws, in which the Colonel nuHcred \II\'emkrG.lj2. 44 tf lu1 'ribl'r offers f>r sale a large lot of Pin Notice. lyin and being situated in said County of Madisonthe -
;it _. _._ TIlE undersigned having engaged: 1 the services of said undivided half of laitllaOO5 befog the property
-- -- --- such a.-orted Weather Boarding,
Cot"STFGRfC'LTl'JlL SOCIETV.3ll : quite severely. The Adjutant i issued an order f..r the as ;. TIlE
tIlE LEON: Notice. Flooring, Ic.and Lumber for Gin Gear all .ea.-ioniei, '. Mr. Brown as Tutor for his children! is willing of the estate of Rebecca Charles dec iwctLt tI
am'ft of 1 Capt. Mcljtnc (In the charge of UI' 'a-jlting; a
GBS OF STOCK. I receive flight or ten pupils (male and female GEORGE E. McCLELLAX AdmV.October
,) ?
, "1Ilail'r i llieer. LADY whfthashad much experience in teaching ainl} of the best .]ualih'. All order filled with denpate.li. -, I
, i A Pr iduc recivee in at the Mill, six to lioard in his family for the term of tea months, 23. 1852. 42 8t
j;,. \._Ftttllicti Mtrrs and Coltt. in Carolina and (; .'rgia. would like a bituation iu : exchange t .
----- I October 1st. For further
> <)r Jackson' l''un1) Horida.Ad in teach. She instruction miles West of Tallahassee. commencing particular apPly -
((\ :JaIDeI J. I ltniMi I MARRIED. I a family to qualified to give to GREEN CHAIRES. Shirts Shirts !
V.wn.f- Tl'-1' County. GeW.a.lW' in the usual English Bninch also Fic-iwh and WILLIAM C. LESTER, Agent I
\iiW : In the Pre.-bvtrnaii Church in this city, on the ; October 16.; 1 ":2. 41 1 A FINE assortment comprising a' great Tarirr,
Lnr.<( />'.TI'' ("ninty, ('(orgia.. ; '! t mic. The lest f-f referoncM anti testimonial Irvin Oof oberT.O, 1852. 43 i
.mi moniiif tlltJ instant, by R<>\'. K. G. .\v'u', 1) ]l. --- -- I Ai. Linen bosomed. Calico, Check. Striped, Flannel.

(' j'ifB'iiitf'.iii.'f, Doiwtur County ilorida.b(orgia. i,: \MAXWELL Esq: to iliss V1KU1X1A E, daughter ; former patrons cnn be presented. Address, through Syrup and Fish Barrels. ; YORK.-The- wellknown tc_ :. Also Undershirts and Drawer Gloves, _
p J)lini'.'. of Lou County, i of 1)) C. WiI:1ou the Pt Office, 1) E.: F.lHgU"tc U r..slt', .1 I I E..q. 4 X ,,' G, 1SVJ.; tf 42 Jo'EIlIIn.Ir(1 superior Fi-.li Barrels for sale at : :' >g SAMPSON, Wheeler. Master Mittens, Ac., tc. landing per schooner .J. Vail and for ,
p n. the of her andgoing J sale McNAUGHT
.1 ', I A tbe S Itw"r''tilL iiirtctbcr having greater part cargo t.iinragcd by & ORMOND.
Enquire
: y L. Thwtr"A :: "- !I OBITUARY. -- --- -- tilt board will have despatch ("r the above Newport, October 9, 1852. 40 !!'
A. :lw1..t.tn. G.1.lSd&fl CtThV, I Just Received '' '' ) 3'), 1"5Ia D. LADD. : _
Faq .2 -Jirln, MilleR and Mule Colt*. I l Died; on the 3th iust of Typhoid Fever at th" res- -- I"Jrt.'ur freight or passate. applv; to .

I'trm"r.', elf Tli'miab County, G rpia. ; lmico of his brothf-r. after a. }Juni* nivl di-tres.inir ill- B> Y sundiy late arrivals from New York, und now Notice.Fotn McNAUGHT & ORMOXD. I Bacon, Flour, &c.

. I.:1: of u'I\'r..1. ) I tll''. JOHN W. DOWXING l iu the 25th year of hisI for ale, Newport, October ti, 1852. 4'') FIVE thousand pounds Bacon Sides, eighteen thou- t"I
i Nu N. SrHnn, 's County, G'or.ia. HO ciirhth Barrels P.u twh'nt, week after date, I Mmll apply to the Hon. ------ -- do. Shoulder, eighteen barrel Whiskey.I .

, ;.JnS.r.I.'m"tf: 11 Oanihle.Jiiisi!: .Jvff.-rson>n County, Fl'.vi'la.Florida.C ; !I;i Ht'Tims<1- hns boon cut off in the prim of ;if; and itf'the! 5 K:'.r* sujierinr (!"shen Butter, -.<' of Probate in and f"r tl.., Comity of J r (, Rbrt : dnnty, f.-r It.tn .-ll tie rcul estate of .T<.fm N. P.ir- !
2 I.Is.! Butter Cnn-kers, fer-on. Pettcs from New Orleans and for ale bv
j IW1. rf Hamilton Florida., i vi" ,T . - C !. 3iff County tri.I late of paid) County dCCI'LQ'd. for thf
: OIUIOND.
,
f. Boxes Soda l'.i-cuit : purpose -T McNAUGHT i
had endeared himsilf to all who know liiin.Freiik half nieces KcntuckJ' flagging, and eighty coils
M. fl1m'r.! ] us
j', Thomas ofiflrsunCiunty, Horida.5i of the debt due by him tl said re-al estate I
TOO Bunches Onions, paving : e Newport, Oc o oCr 9, l&;: 41) _
, : JH.IUauJ, in his social relations he Rope. For '&] by
..t Uatitr: Leon Comity I'lt'rJi.t. geneious
rt .
> >it* of 41 ,. 2. Bids ilereer l'otator-, cr rM '-
: .4Eu7 1 won, the oWm and regard of his companions. Hi McNAUGHT & ORMOND.Xewport .
.Everett
. being in the County ( 1-NtS Cliche
'
2't ,
lraf'rd: 1, .'I d : dii.e"c afiVcting his brain, he waa apparently uncon- October t 9, 1852. 4,
'f hip 'ril 5 Half l.bl>. X"'. 1 fresh caught Mackerel, T. LINGO, -_ 'ENTY packages (C dozen each.) pint and _
3.-nl/I! Cuir*. Cfl.'rcs! and trOt Ozrn. i scious < p< T
'y 4. :X given unrercmonioas fate 1 5 (J-i.rtor bbU.d, ). Sheriff ant fx ofFicio Administrator. Negro Goods. quarts, for stile low. Al o, ubout the same quantity ':
:Mtl i ; of Ma lihon; < warning ,
:JitC HJ. < County! Florida.P. .
JeiTcr October 30 1FS2. 43 4t .
4 Dozen Imbater pickled m tin cans, on Cout.ty, of East India Pale Ale. .
A Middn ruih from liVs Jl1l'ri.iall! .jovf. V E. ,.
. !;JI P'-xtir, of C4.1UI4Li' Ct'l1l1tFh.1'Ja.. 1, 41)1 .'Zt-n Surdiue A SMALL iiswrtment. say Washington Plains and McNAUGflT fc ORMOND.

Wim S'lf1'jl.J.f Ga-isJou Qufl :. ; .t\. Cable! do. do 1. _
) Georgia.tnrJ ---- 6 Bags old Java Cofiee, Notice. Ker-ey Warp Grt"Yaley Newport October 9,1852.h 40
Hryan, of J.cks'-n County, Florida.Cuin I Z3f Lectures on Miracles.-Rev. E. G. Asa)' Rio Georgia do, plain and colored Lin'y*. Carolina and -- _ h'
10 B.igs; Coffee weeks after date the underigB will apply
Danifl) Bird tlf JefTtitw.ni will! Lit-turc ou Christ Stilliug tLo Tempest, t-n Sabbath SIX; C Handkorcfi &
O'tni'y. Florida.Wrtak ; 2 Bbls. Crushed Sngkr, the Honorable Judge of Prolate in and for; Georgia Strip, ". c.. just received Pure Old Scotch. .1 _
i .
tJlrd .rof Ion County Florida.. night Brig J. G. Andervn. and for "*lt- by

t. lir.ubt. f....l-ue.: ., .. 4'jimin I :! Boxes Maecaroni.Impcrial .' leon County for Letters of Adauni.trutHin on the e- per _McNAT'r.IIT n_ ._ ____ k__ fIRMfl_ ._____. _. FINE "I la'y" M.ilt WL key 12 23-100 over pMO :r

I. Clui'rca.SLine: '" Ity Gunpower; and young Hyson Teas. tate of Elijah \alkor, late of said c.'ullty. dt'cea".ll X October I )..! s of three_ __ to ten_ i allon. 'trIlITSlr.tp.t. ._
4 ANOIIH.U. SfirMinc (\ -lmJ"J"fl7'.t to .port, 9,1852. 4'I 0 n- r------------ n u o------ n.n.
Nov. 6, lE:2. 44 C. C. YRD. W. E. WALKEIL :
; d .\. \ l'7.fic*.-Dr. J. f II!ii ;htnuY l'l pn.: TJU Tru* Pit iI i- I --- --- I: pure and genuine, for sale byMcNAUGHT _

].. 4.-SJirep-Rams, Eire ami Mutton.In t I t."t1v( Fluid, or Gnstiic Juice jTopnrcd frum Ilc-n- October SO. 1,2.. 43 fit Groceries, A ORMOND. ;=.

], f. U'hltn) of Gadsden Coui.ty, Florida.foKictaH lift or the Fourth Stouiurhf the! Ox, a.fkr drecj creilitors Notice.l.itt4.45, entitled to distri"V I --- SELLING OFF A iOST. I ITUB a* Coffee, :Ilr. flutter St.irch, .frc. !landing I I Newport October 9. IE::. 40Notice. .,*
LL SUCH
II. Ism*. of Jackson County, Florida.IJUm II j tion c f Baron Lit'hlfr. the p'i'ut Pli\>i J.Kiifal riumI } A peron. s<:Lr. J. Vail!. and for sale bvMcNAUGiiT'ifc ...
William*, of Decatur County Gl- rgia./ I by J. S. Honu'l.toii, )J. D, 1'IiL1..lc1pl.ia.; Thw i / )butiun '>r < .therwiintcnst tl in the <'!&<' of nnd"r-irjnod ":* now ;in i-tore a fine STOCK ORMOXD.Fewport. i j ,

Gwrsria. William BoswelL late of .MTVrwn, C'o'r.ty, Fi'-nda, ,' GOODS of weeks after date, I hall apply to th< Honora- .
..-! Jon of llioniiis County truly a wonderful rei.icdy frr Inlig,&linn Ih>p4-pMa, couaLtiiii October 0, 152. 4') SIX
T itr.l.n.iil"all., ) .,, of Madison County, Georgia. Jaundice. Liver Coirplain.C"n-tip.;! tii: m4, 12. bleached and bro. i I f r Judge of Probate in and for th. County orLt".n ,

.0\lft\ S. Sl ic,.'a. of /l'n County, Florida. ourin:: nftpr i.unre' own mrt''ol. "by IIH'UIO'S own) nid kmind within tw a i yesrs !:.m tlii-i (late t<> tli Mon-im D'Lane, She.;ting, Tax Collector's Sale. for }letters <.f aJniini:trRti-m on tbe e-tate of 9=

I\"dj'Ii;' 1 Ler. .. .. I nnvnt. the (;;-iric Jmc(. 1'amphlet.mtiiiniivjf sciontitic under-iigin-d, lor tin* name: will l toe I hired : and all per- Berates, Bla. and. bro. Domestics I. i 'fLnr:1a. W. harms, late of said (.'ountvdc >n. d.
value SoilS indebted to the said deceased are re Iwwrll D. Ilollnn-l: evidoncH of iu furni.-Jicd by agents jjru- D'Lan "). Blanket: ', I BY
< make immediate payment to lulled upon ;and will expose Jcr sale be-I I 1;. !?.-?. 41 6w !
-Sr-Boan, and SOt' See notice advertisement >
among Silks. black sail colored K .
I 11tA. I WILLIAM ii:. BOS WELL. Adm'r. rev-4, I lore Ihe Court (Ion*? i ii the town of Qlinrc Gad.- I I -- -- ,
f TTVtrc, of JtflerfKtti COl1l1tlloriJa.. I.inQI''', t
Jefferson County, Xovctnb fi, 1852. 44 Sm 1'1'1illl' den Count on the It'f'(1nd1ond;. in M< next Bonnets &c. *
j .
)!&..\Juhnrtun, of JLiinItonC.ournv; Florida. Large and Splendid Assortment (Jin-ham, *, Irish Linens, .
-- ---- ---- --- -- I rue foll'iwit's detciibrd propcity cr so ciuclt; I thereof
Of. Wi..Ani B. Ii'',s. of Columbia County, Florida. l'r lY,. TuIJI FLORILVCE Bonnet **.:
OF CHAHW.WE John B.Talor, I as will j pay the tae and C' unt*" Taxes due
t.iJf Cburch. o'f Madison Gmnty" flop ida. Al >acca!, Holland! Lace do., ,/
r*. Attachment fur :31 00. | I thereon !for the 1V2. and the
reeei vine from the "Ocilhi" and year \CCCbUY expen- "-
are opening do
I JirSumm-iii cf Lowndm County, Georgia. lJ Hombariuec, Osufitnors, I Gimp ,
B. Richards. J inci(2ent
f.R. W. Williams: l..eun H- riJa.JwtCni'on. nt our Furniture Room, a new .ek-cU-d a.v>oitmcut Tweeds ; SCH lliertfo to wit : Super Black d..* ?"
County, ,> of Chairs defendant and nil other peron interested Bonnets Two huru'.re: i and tc t acres of land, 1 lying on Flat'Cr i .
*' 4* 4ts.tnr : THE I Misses Oimp and Ie d".. .
Hats and Kentucky Jenns.
Cap
Chsin hereby notified of the commencement of the : ek. belonging to Robert JilTlt'hR.
G. ukw ilahojjany Spring Seat i Bonnet Limnq.
!
W.Galphin White and Red Flannels
Shawl und "iQt", ,
4' Cane above suit returnable to n Ju-tice's Court to lie held HUGH li. MLT.tN, _
Tr. W. (Call "' Gloves Ribbons, a J.1?<.", CarjKitin, I| Ruches, Straw TrimminI :. .- ,
.
4' at Tallahas tin the second Mond.iy in February, A. Tax Collector for GuJsJin i.ounity.Orto'ier .
AGrucurrrRALNo. PRODUCTIONS. 44 _hocking, 4 1). 1-53: and to appear and plead to the iame.Given Pcrfuint'rv and Soap., Bailing and Roj>e, 23.'j..U. -I'' 6m French Wraith and Boqueta, .
rrn .. ,, Br.nnet Ribbons, Ac. te.i .
J -Cotton. BtMit ainl Shoe Guns: < '
4 under mv hand and seal this 2d dav of November -- -- I ,
c Rieliard Mitclull, of Thomas C nn!)'. Georgia. Jenny Lind Cottage I'Jtw.hi A. D If52. Cowl* and Brushed of all Garne Bar: Tax Collector's Sale. II I i For sale br G. ct MEGTNNIS3, ..,

Jaw Uakw of .13 iwm L Tooke of Madison Scat f"BI-] virtue of the vested in me by law, I
County. Florida. Lace Capes and (Collars Po\vdt-r J-1a"h. BY power -
November 6 1832. 44 Sin Jn-ticc of the I'eace. ,
,
L.. R.G. Maw. of Midison! ; County, Florida. \Hiite MapleWaluut 4 _. A eood ortmcnt of Hardware. Crockery, Glass !. : expose for sale, before the Court House I, Bonnets.
--- -- - ----- -
G. Lin. -if Jackson County, Florida. a' Notice. anJ Stone Ware, Wood nud Willow Ware, : Q-iincy, in 'hi- Count of Gadsden.: on the fourth '! Bonn<>t.<. Jonnv Lind do, Diamond do. Fine

Gmrnorohn Branch, of Leon County, Florida. Beaded Oak Bannister "4l5Iaple Monday the 13th: day of December next inpursuance smiths' Tcll'.l'u..tingl. Xuil'. Ac. : and i i.* now HIU'k-1 :jntlay! of April next, I he following de-. ribed pro- ', CHIP '. .1.! Kn-itteJd-fc, Black.: ami-White Silido., 10- ;i.

<*ph Chaires.; .4 4' Mahogany O of an order of the Hon. J.'a'lell Baker in j hw FALL AND WIXTER STOCK, all of which I prrtyur so much thereof assxillpiy the State and, Velvet do, Gro de Afrique do. for sale low by 11.T
Cwlt 4' 4' he to cell at coft for CA'II. i County Taxes due tlurron fur the year 1S32 and Oct. 1922. -f
propose 9. 4') GEO. W.SCOTT CO.
Bannll'man0. Grwifin Judjje.l I will offer for sale befoic the Court Jone the 4
incident tho't'lo.
Spindle
2. To veil Planters would do.well necessary expenses to wit :
arr(. Country Merchant as :
lio- e Wd door in Tallahassee, at public; auction to the highest, All! Ihdt l tract III| I.md known Forbes
Htdion Mn. nf call hw ck. or parcel a*
Gadsdon County, Florida. to and examine: sU> ; Blankets. :\
bidder, f.ir cash the following! described tracts of land i 'i
Cane Seat and Back Rockers, Purchjvr.Winde! ] Ihe Ea-il bv Ocklockonet-
:im. n.Gibon r.ib.n, c'" 'd 4 (4'lm4s CI :unoe nud Sewing IK lon.iir! ; to the estate ('C W. '\'. Waddel deceased October 23. 1K52. 42 C. C. .BYE!). :nic-li-n theVt by the .-\;>aa-hicola"he Rivers.1 ling '. Nt"INE HUNDRED pieces Blanks ((20 each) of dirt -I
-- --- -- -
I Dr.Lip 4l U utr Office and Dining Arm Chnirs, to-wit: !><>M Xo. 15 and 16, in the South Half of the in fJad'-fen! Couritv. and saiJ to belong: t(. the Apa- -<-t importation. for sarela.w.tn close a ixmnigurucnt. 1i
urd.
PLANTERS LOOK AT THIS !
.
l.W 44 4 U Ea.y Chairs and Foot Stooln. County Quarter. L. \V1t1)IEL, J3'hicl': Land Ccr.p.ny. I i by McNAUGHT & ORilOXD.

:nil; G r..' I'CI h Children's high and low Chairs November 4 fi, 18&2. Aduiinit matrix. "IIOXOR TO WHOM HONOR IS DUE !" HUGH 0 MCLEAN, !! Newport October 9. 185.. 40.

JP1J.: II. P/o-.a, of I>eon Count, FJuriJa.1rII. \ mJtlr Chairs ix, < '. -WATCHES- CLOCKS AND JEWELKY.A1 -. GnoovERHVinc Ga, Oct. V, 15:!. I Tax Collector for Gadcden County. I! Gloves. -
Xov. 6. 1852. 44 BERRY A ROWI.HS. October 1C, 1S-J2. 41 tinTax ,
P < .
Duval, -- _. _. -- DR. TAYLOR can put" up a i'o--d Gin. The Gin I -.--. rn----- -- I t I T ADIES Kid and Silk Gloves. Stewart do., Gaunt-
rb; olinwm, Ren.H 4( <. TOWLE & MYERS (, sent me is th- l-c-'t I ever saw. It will pi.k15'io"pouad Utta '
Hose Wood I !.I i -" do. Ladies and Misses Mitt. Fillet* and Lei i-
Splendid MahoganyAND .
Xo. 3.-Sugar -end ]. day with two mulea. TIlt Collector's Sale. :
Syrvp. now receiving and have on per ay Lace. GeuU mtn' Black and str. coWed Kid and .
&F, "l.tnc r, .1 r. eJf MadiMa C uity, Florida. WALNUT FURXITUIJE.WE # .''V hand their Fall pupply of "ample i i. iro'id-the! Gin mirk* IImlM'llll'y-clt'UI'c B virtue of the power vp fed ii me b; la\v. I''I Silk Gloves. For sale! !

rot!. Kikrean>, of GadsJou *. '4win. are now receiving and *ip.'u5ng nt our Furniture kGOODS, to which they would respectfully the eeil wt'll moat well, and d >e: not heat at all.- j shill; ro"e lor sae: before the Court House at I GEO. \V. b.Y'r CO.

G. La.. ef Lou-nd, *. Georgia., Riwnis a ppleudid lot I.f good P'nniiturc.whifh call the attention of the public: It is the fin tom I ever bought that did not heat the Quincy in the Cmuity of (Gvl d'n. (.n the fourth I Ilond.IY I!1 October 9, 1852. 4Ui .

tol. .3130. ltJtfl,of JdcrllOn Fbi iJu. was bdtcted with care in Sew Yoik, and will Gold Hunting Levers by Tobias. }.:n' when now. Now I am a Farmer by trade. | \ ill April t next, I the folJn\\'i r.1 de'nihed property -:(i lit

;(l'Tt,1i Paul UK!. of HAmilton" be bold low. 4. .4 E. I D. ,T t1mf'/n. and :L .'rt I. u.cchaiiic' and know tol.'rablv w,-ll ; or 'o much I hereof as will pay the Tavt-s due I i i Fancy Goods.

.a-.da Jto.e. Wukulla' (. Mai ble Top and Plniii Bureaus 4' 4, .. J,.. ,JohltoC.il \II iiiachiniTy work* propcily.t I liavc i.ouht thereon for the years 1S51 and 1'.;!. incli.-sive and ::! "DLACK and Colored Silks

Rrin(th Benbry, Leon, u u do. do. lloscwood Centre and Sofa Tables, GejitlemenV Open Dial Gold Lever .,'n-rnl Gi i.*, but thiiis the J tst I ever boti-;!lit or :, the nece!sjiy expense I h croon, to wit : i I *-* Blue, Green awl Drab Thibbett ( lotJj. SMouslin

.. 1 11 lhitit.r, "c, do. J"). Carved Mahogany Tables Lathes Gold Hunting Levers I by A mold, Daviiit C I
*LLcr4IfllAC4'c, tt u duo do. and Plain Magbvguny and Wolbut u Coop..r .fc Co., Factory could have IhTlp uch work, I would )have orckred i..u Little! Itivrr, a.ljoini'nc! Ihe land cf Joseph Austin I I Canton Cloths .

X.: (, erai", Fir" end Aft"l. Wash Stands. Watches f'f all de,criJ>tiolw, a finer Gin, but I :am contented with this and j I wned liy Spear aud Pailen. Barege De Laines. !

s4 rn'iwn, of .Jdr"1'Imn C4IJflV Florida. Ladies work Stands and Work Tables Silver Hunting lAyers, will order luiotLer next l'all K-rhnps, f..r my place in i! HUGH O. Me LEAN, Dotted and Plain Swiss Muslins

tt.Mt"Ct'llan: Mu-ic Stands and Towel Stands Florida. Your. oro>lunibia County Ilorla. :: Silver Hunting Anchors. Le-pinei; und common linger ITilk-fc,
DI.1111 TJ. TaHiiha-. I Ortnbpr 1r., 1S.VJ. 41 in- 4
If DITTOV. H-q.
GJllllliJl'D 'C Quartette Tables, Watches, and Mat bit- Mantle Clocks. Mantillas, 4
x JJ.z.i, r. of ., WLut cuts nod Corner Stands f-. f" n,.. above' Gin an fir laIr! next door to the -- -- Embroidered Crape Shawls .
ai >vnKuv.
:
fnnfu. lr..dr..rll,oC Lnwn11 u ()ttonian", Sentinel O.Tice, Tallaliaby Tax Collector's Sale. t Black and Colored Velvet*. .

i/'t"'L. m1, of .Tdft'l' IC Georgia. Card Tubl'-s. t Fine Gold Cliatnlain Chains Bracelet, fin* Coral JOSE I'll L DUTJON. AgentOctober virtue of the vested' in Lace Gimp and Braid .
l-1orida. Pearl and Gold! Bo. im IHns. Ear Ring, Cull Pin. 23. 1S52. 42 BY power me by law I I t Trimmings. '
of 4' French and Post Bedfctcads Muck
t' Gaoi..l"ft hr High' expose for sale,before the Court House al Silk Velvet I
Ir4:.aI'lDb'l'C. Wili:1tIJ"; If g Leon u .4 ilahogany Wardrobes. Cuff Buttons, and Finger Kings: Gentlemen' Gold -- --- Q'lincy' in the County of Gad" en.oti the fourth Oct. '!, I S32. 40 6t G. ,. .1. MEGt 1ss.-- S fI
) t. radt'rtl. Fob, Vest, and Guard Chain Seal. Buckle and Dissolution.THE I
If e do. DU.K.O, Monday in April next the following described -

Col. X& 5-//fly; --(.raw and Pta Vine.) Tt't.a.Tt'tt,s, Keys, Gold Thimbles. Gold I'en and Pencil Case*, co-partnership heretofore rxintinjr, under the nerty.orso much thereof as will pay the State pio-and Silks.BLACK .4.
allah Silver
Crf P-llirr*"''n. of ;KJ'-on' County, Florida. 1' aiD xnd Ovid Back Sofas, TooUi Picks, Gold Pens Gold Sp-ctacles of n. lh..M and Pearl Watered
Silver White Park
11 J-.f :%! '*.l flVrwn 44 Bronze Hat Stands, AT. Ac Double Eyed; Silver Spectacle, Curolina house, is this day deolved by mutual con- necessary expenses incident thereto to wit : "' A Dress -
Monaie. / Figured Silks of latest I
Porto
1 >** 44Cdi -ALSOSt4u I Curd Cases, Silver and Inlaid Boquet Carolina House will l lie Continued Five hundred and tylea.
U. (au, f.f Columbia oont. The by G. sixty-one acres ol' land, I lying on Also Urn de
11'UI.. 8"1llt. .0 c;a.laJcn 4' 1 Carved Rot>ew
lak.r. Jackson "d of Sofa; Tte Tt'' Ottomarw Chairs A rni Chair Albums, Flower Vanes Tea Trays, Girandole, Parlor will please call and make immediate payment to G. HUGH McLEAN.. October by G :. W. SCOT i; OO. ,

\-In. M.! *I Il well of Leon It and Sewing Chair in TUue Bilk Brocatellr, Medallion and Passage Lamp, 01.\-and Chimneys, Feather W. Stcnrtic, ac he itt fully authorised to settle all the Tax Collector 'for Gadsden County. 9. 1852 40 -
W" ti.V. er' Bucks and h'niahed iu a aud haudnoiue > Clusters Table Mats Pocket Compares Sur. October --
Uiairui, .t 44Xe superior t tyle. btvineod of the 1C, 1S52. 41 6m
DRYGOODS.

CiT n_ ,?;,\\llitnt'r.fnao1l'11en I Connty Florida. 1852. 44 Hand Bell (J. W. STEARNES. Tax Collector's Sale. LATI) Wool ShawlB, Plafn and Embroidered

'rllt'ar! or TIlol. - SIIA'KR AND PLATED 1VARF5. Quincy. October 19, [23] 1852. 42 tf t -L Cashmere do. Plain, Embroidered and Printed -
l Gcorpia. lamonia Female Seminary. virtue of Ihe power ves.ed in me b> law, Ihull f do. Plain and Printed Wool do. .
BY Furniture .
r.lhi1l'f '
l of.h.1 rlOn 4t 1'loriJa. Silver Table, Desert, mid Tea Spoon*, Butter --- expose for sale before the Court Hoime Fringes
atQuiticy.
Dimitiee Jeans
b. right, uf J ecatur Giorpia.TJ THIS Institution is DOW in successful operation Knives and Silver Cup', Plated 1 Tea Set, Baskets, fJr Lyndhurst Sale. jij I I in G.idden County on the fourth Monday i iafj, Scotch Checks and D stic and Tweeds Plain andMoarnj .
\ of Gudhdcn Ilor.da. m: Ginghams. Cbambry De
J con'.jrf'U-nt filM. 'Ml IS valuable: Plantation is now i c'ffere.ly in April next, I he fulln-.ving described property, or Laincs. Mohair
LI'1 "f Leon 4' i" ladle .vt.tniutic and thorough eiluoitioniil and Candle Sticks Silver Plated Forks Table Dessert I Alpacas, Lustre. A fine assortment
; 1', secure a ,
young .1 for sale, comprising one of the m t.htrd-11 k !liI! tJf" 4' training. lizardcan lie obtained in the vicinity. and Tea SI) KJU*. l bodies of fr.rminland in Middle Florida Taxes due thereonforthevear lS52and thtneces- j I Hollands-a Poplin Velvet B'ack and Figured Cambric "

l ra.forJ, of '4bEmc Applications may be inadu to the Secretaryof Fine Double Barr .lled (Gun*. Shot I'uu,hl'I and} !I king near the Aucillain Jefferson County, fourteen sary expenses incident thereto, to it : Hdk'fs, Jaconet large Swiss assortment of Cravats and Silk I II
die Board ( Managers or the at the Powder 1'1u"b. English Gun Wu-ls, Cleaning I and Mull Muslin and Lawns
u Principal
L l'OtLTfly-.OF ALL KINDS. Caps mile fnnn Monticullo! about twenty miles from Eighty-one acies of Land in Gadden County' Gloves
..n. 1j SchooL 1L WHITAKldtc'y.. Rod, line Table Cutlery, with or without Fork, Carvers Suspenders, Threads Needles Bed Lace, Linens -
II. <* AIa :: November 1\, l52. 44 3S'lItillc1. tine picket Cutlery of all dewriptions, fine the Rail Road from Iiruu wick to Tho- I lachicola River adjoining the land of Sheetings. Blanktts. Ticking. flannels.I .
r Tlv-Mu"in, ui LjwnJes County, Garcia. contemplated Innernrity. : Quilts. Table; ,
I Napkim. ( \''. H( !iery. Umbrellat.
-- Scior. and Shear, Walking Canes, Acconlian. I
Y ekr.44 JMTewon County, FloriJa.jj nnascihlt'Ge'r.nL Said tract contains ab.iut fifty-five HUGH O. MrT.F.'i.Tn A fuU
tp assortment oft Dry Good For sale
M; Ben, of llaiuilt.ni CoUTII)', Florida. Groceries, &c. o'lutc.Yi len8. Violen BUWH, "h.uLIllI Guitar h-mdred iL'I'c*. twelve hundred of which is cleared i Collector for Gad dl'n County. I >T 1o'q' .

h ..'**. of Columbia Count, Flyfida. JUST received by late arrirala from New York, and Strings, Razor, Razor Strops, Lubirfs Extracts, Cologne nn'I in cultivation There i ill on the premises a stipericr October 1R. 1 1S52. 41 6m October 0, 1852. GEOWSCOTr&co.40 .

r.T.'i'K I I'-'or'u-Ji Leon County, Florida. Hale low, Lavender, Brown Windsor and Yankee Shaving Dwelling! House, together with all the necessaryouthuildins i> I

: 10. A:*.oh, 4' 2 barrels Xo. 1 Mackerel 60 boxes Cheese, Soaps. October, 1b52. 43 : also a fir.et rate Gin House and Screw, Notice. t Laces, &c. -t ,

&kAl 1' I.1uj'd. u.I 4 } No.1.' I crate Onions LUMBER LUMBEETl! and all other buildings necessary upon a large farm. ALL perwm-i. creditor legatees. entitled t distri TUST received, Bobin and Thread" tfe : .

I&h. \! .on, of Ga'sdcn County. 4 kittA Nol" 1 box Chocolate. The principal part of "ai.llaIlJll1re Oak Hickory and or otherwise interested In the estate of J Cambric and Swis .

X' Wak7! of Leon County. 2 i bbl" No. 2 10 'boxes Herrings TIlE subscriber! having fitted up the Mill known Hammock, and for fertility cannot be Burpaseed by Isaiah Hampton late of Jefferson County, deceased 1 Imitation Edges and Inserting. 1 -11'
ra rick'. Mill about In miles South West of Honitan Edge I
"J-lJaroll 2J No.2" 1011L Buckwheat in Middle 1010ri l\ .
Ham, Sides, Barreled Pork and any are hereby notified to exhibit their claim and demands Wave Yaletjeien,
4 kitts Xo. 2 II & Butter. Tallahassee, is now prepared to furnish Lumber of The subscriber being desirous of removing to South wi'thia Lace.
:: Pickled Beef.t'j kegs two years from this date to the under. Cambric and 8wis
.Er54l''Tf Jcffcrwn County Florida. November 6, 1852. 44 S. fci. KXIOUT. every description at short notice, which can be had at Florida, induce him now to offer the aforesaid premises signedortheaamewill be barred and all Floucemg',
i ; I in orm French Linen
Cambric
the Mill delivered in Tallahassee. Persona wishing -
HarlpV0rGadjden M 14laLVn"lli or for aale. desirous of indebted the said I
purcharing to
Any person may deceased are requested to make
Linen
Lumber leave their bills at the store of J. Cambric and French Lawn HMVfs.
Groceries &o. may obtain by to him on the immediate ..
bargain
of Dccatnr Counly. Georgia. a early application payment to .
M. Williams, with W. IL Xewsom at the store of I). further deemed For sale bT G. 4 J. .MEGL ISS. 7
\ 'Jf1IBP.n'I'' ", Jjt o County FlQf'ida. u premi.sa' Any particulars xmneces- DANIEL T. LINGO
t reemed Schooner Bradford frotn New October 9;1852. 40
per C. Wilson or with Hugh Archer. Jr, at the Court
,
be made the
t4gL bl" JUST i sary. Terms can easy to purchaser. Sheriff and ex oficio Administrator. 1&I.
A. Home. COUNCIL A. DRY A .
A. u WILLIAM J. BAILEY. Jefferson
III'Ir" October
County 16, 1852. 41 6m
10 conks Sides, I October 80, 1652. 43 tf Lyndhurst t. Fhu October 16,1852. 41 tlj Crockery, Hardware &c. : .

AGRICULTURAL! IMPLEMENTS. 1 0 Shi ulder A COMPLETE assortment of Crockerr. Harclirarr: :4

L Q'l7"lougll.lIarrolD., Wagon and Cartt. S 4< City-cu-ed Plain Iliimr; Sugar Mill Rollers. Crockery. State of Florida. Wooden Ware. Hollow Ware,.Nails Bagging ,
4 tierce Sugar Cured I and Rope, for aal low for eaah
GAD3DEN by
3" .Ma.1i1lOtl CIRCUIT COURT.
1.I"tlnS'lklnof County, Florida.DcTf" PAIR of superior (Columbus, Ga, Mann
lot In
very FINE Hogsheads and Crates for wile low
76 l arrels Ex. and Flour A .QEO.
Leon 'a Superfine A L W. SCOTT Jo CO.
James
County., facturo) Sugar Mill Rollers, of usual size all Shields }
C' 1- "It 4 4< und 20 K JCS Li'ut Lard by the padrmg. McNAUGHT ck ORMOND. Oetotw 9. 1E42. 40 ,
"i'. : .. comfortably, boxed, &c. For ale low bvXewport Newport October ti, 1852. 40 I V.Attachment} for $220 53.
: 20)
r I"rirl1.on *4tChalres itM Rectifiedhit.key,
Io October 30, 1852. 43 D. LADD. William J !! Varletieo. 1t -
44 4< :it! ) ." Ioutooa I THE Defendant ia notified of an Attachment is ,. ; 1

JuIJ' u" *4 I 10 Onions, Potatoes Potatoes Salt.rl1wO in the case aforesaid and h* is required to JENNY IJnd Skirts. Sootig do.plain, .cniiope4 )
rJ tolaepnd U". 5 THOUSAND sacks Liverpool and tno
M Apples, one i plead and answer to the aamo at tho next !(. Ladies ingraiij Hose do. a iflII
'iitk Cot.toe "U and FINE lot of Potatoes just received in excellent -L sand bnfch Is Turk Inland Salt in fine Spring Spun ,
J;L. UGQ. 8 hogsheads Choice prime Sugar A order tutby I Term of aid Court. t Y wtt*. Braids Velvet, drop and LSwD dress Buttooi
.1) order and large barrel. For Mia low by sale I AUGHT & ORtOND.Nerport. .
ttt'n. 41 U 1barrtIa N. O. Moluw ( JOHN ERSKI E. for Pla'miff. t'e.. &". For s.ti le by 0 EO. W. SCOTT do CO. I
P
I, 1'A. -".., M ... O". C. 1632. 44 BERRY 4 ROWLES. Newport October 30, 1852. 43 D. LADD. t. October ?. JP52. iO I I I October If, 1532 Attornev it 4oj October.. ?, IBS'!. 10 I!I, ,


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: DR. C. B. STRONG, SAMUEL HOYT, FORWARD 6c TOWLE, c04tcIIsMthIING & BLACKSMtTfflXG I GREAT CURE FOR DYSPEPan

HAYING locate b Qulncy. rwpactfully tender LATE OF THE FIRM OF SAM'L. HOYTi CO, Attorneys at Law & Solicitors in Chancery, IN GENERAL.L. Sale.B DR. J. 3.

i 4 >iu al sen ices to the public. Cfficw ntth SAYANNAH, GEORGIA.TTTOULD Tax Collefctor's HOUCHTON'S

.' : Drug Store of J. P. Ji-rdau
i cytOctul 2, 1S&2. 9 tf > V (.' Charleston. S. C, No. 149 Ent Buy. i il. it \ A. FOR-VART>, I SIMOX Towz.z.JAZ'f PZSFECTFULLY informs the ritiemofij levied. upou and will ejJ08 for ale, before the

t; : .-- \\hvre )l.o i i' pn retired t"i do ap-rural fi .'imi'rii-ii ff SZ. .1 II741inP.tkt.ler4lS1. \y, I Leua asid nei;Kbo: in-4 C.>ui ties, that he C.'irt hI.nzs' ,l.s.r. i: thu citY cf TVlIul.1C4J14*. CHI the
J. W. KEYES, M. D., Dentist, S3 the lately owned nc.L ibe fhiowin (kSCTibvdprtpertv..r
1 S.ri> -. end f raf-h to c.rJtr. at all tim*'*. any nrtic'i RI VT lm purrmed) es-tabli-hment fin-I )!end.w irs APru ;
''I' AS located in Quii cy. OtScc in his I fiom th N rib *T Srstli! that mav Kwanted.. ( tl.e) bv Mr. .1. 1GH.JM.B(; on Ad.un Mrcet.neat Damwui tCalunul -O ITIIHU Uierr"! will be5cilicient to PEPIN

:L rciJvnce, oppiise' ilr. JoLa G tiMial c m'ni-ion. aS well s' receive nivi vll The am<\ A. u. UAXtCLLL. )L. p. r.vrY \\ jirc rooni,, an-1! :* pri-pjavJ ti' tl' all woiiff pty the'StJV- and C-v.nty Taxff due thereon for the F

.1 fc 1:1 *. And I rlcd\.t-! \ Mi% elf that all bu>ir "* rntiu-tt-I Jniy -. .MAXWELL &. PAPY, < t tlu> iil.irtl aracur in the cry be. t manner, oniea -% tat 15,2, uud all jrcidenta1 eipeu-eS, to wit:

t JantkU7 1 care tliall recene puib nt: nt"n! AS will m-ure ATTORMJTS AND! COUNSELLORS AT LAW, -..liable it nil", and with punctuality and t1cspatchi.{ One hundred ansi forty-two ibousaml seven huu-

similar rjja.ijft-ta'ion i i>f ihtir ctxnl will, not do'J.'ir. He lain'* to und tanb 1,14 bn-itu thoroughly, and i'.red! ansi twtmv acre of Lam!, lying Leon County
, : Ribbons.A that RcquaSntanctf! with Nortlieni anlSrtitL.nitr. TALhAIIASSKH: I'LORIUA.IVlnnrvS. to !be Imfii able and willing; to irive ?ati-Lu tiun to all t- tindedS"et by tie Ocklockoner River, East by thSt. .

my 1851. 5 | wb., ninv furuM. Liui wkliI IK. Pariicnlar atttu- Marks River nnd South by thoYakuiIa Connty
l FINE *t as uell 45 any, and
t Plaid. Fiwvy, Ri-f"n.le, Rich Sash and MoraircFt better tlun rn.'u. titta wil! 1 I.e jud toHOPF.SHOEING fane:, kuown as F-rU->* Purchase, and said to bwlong

K IfcbbVcs \\l\f di Taffeta Platter Marble CHARLES W. DOWNING : AND FARRIERY: to the At>awLictla! Laud Ci'iupwir.JOHN' .
: *. Cap K For f:a1e Afdoultrm\ Putter, Chec, ,
.; $i 1-);. bv (;Fo.v.. SCOTF tfjk* rt'.:. Ccrr-ent. Line aa'I 1 Hair. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR! AT LAW, in wl.ich he h.i l.ad much t'1t1iiIIe.m| ; und pet>onwnin4 II. RHODES, The Trne Dtgettlre Flrtld or CastrfeT
anmn:514: MI M' fe< t hast l..>en injured by Tax CiJlector, Leon County.
: Cktibr 12. 40) Anl Act nt for *un.iry Mlint> Mv.iaftcJorit Tallahassee, Florida.fff )REP A RED Iron RENNETor thtfbt
North anSI South, r'well a.Mia-. C. llerniur's Frs carcli -< or I :: :; :! ; hisi.u. i-r whicli iiwy requiro October 2. IS32. 20) Cm 1
ACH OF TIIELI OXafter
n&cxt( the Car.it.-l. i't the nicking and adji-tiu f tluir Shoes, direction.
i.icctv c
$; Negro Clothing.rarkty Prrx'f Safe*. Gi>"rii.i: and Fiejich liarr Mill Son<.s ,
L March! 1 15. 1-51. 10 tf iiivited 1 him trial. Then-w brjnch of Notice. EBIG. Ihepet PhsioLegical .hCiAt
arc to ji\e a no ,
and b7 j
\ ERY of Nogro Clothing -from thf ii'l.fhkfiK all of \\hich will In iiur. hed oa short jjOtK'e, at not ;IITO'. M. D.Thit Pbaelphia!
can-fid 1.
:; < t to the cp'trn of his lK*d." For *a'.tcy > aittrf.it un r- ] i ice the buMiics retjuirin a nn-ro : or practiced rrwntlu, After date I s.nH! prfcnt my final aoOIX i is a truly wondfrlul r.mai.d, I
W. G. :M. DAVIS I. 1 than the >! .in of lioi-ci. and I.e. beg Unvto > for ivr*
( E0. W. bV'OlT & CO. Cath ivo.l JH all litres f-r W.v.l. (;rcen. Saltrd an,3! in ii i.-- e-oii-u at.d vonchcr-.> il.? Hon. Judge of Probate TION. DYSPEPSIA. JAUNDICED Sfr

:. i 'Ocfc-'VrO, 1M2. 40 Dry Hi.Ies, Dr anl Shf-ep >kn-. >}hippin IHI ATTORN[ CY AT LAW, r.irc Uio public tout it >lftll IK.- will done at l.iI'tI'riirv -* fir ..IrtTrrr: conr.ty. r-i administrator of Jauis M. K. PLAINT. CONSTIPATION, and DEBILITY LlTEB: ?'

BettwR,4.s: IN-po Cutun-, ', >ta I-Liud CMIU-II HA** 'alce-i np his .M.oilat Tallahas.-ce.! ar" \\ ilpra.tue 2', l r.e.; S I H(.lIoniAti. laV; <>-isiu county ,lccea.aed, and ask fur a Ins after Nataie** own iethc tv Natni,', i

: Hats, Caps, and Shoes.ALL Seed sn 1 I1nid 1 i ! intcn.t's1! to to the
di
: Tl-
: t V\n\ ]' an i stvlcf Hat, Cap nI I 5-li s :: r Tezis ':v-h JiTar'.aM.! R<.fiis to the ii/cii.- and ot 1 i.t iklin: and JackM-n Count.i*. li.k-iisthiri.t : ai.d in:-CV.'uLrm.tl.iii n In.ints.--h apply ot.ly <* Ctrriire %ILKIN C. SMITh Aduir..T.Ii'ij'en I cHill::: a voonful cf Prptt.v, infant in .,

::4 ; I MC br i io.: W. hCOlT Co.fic 'Sf >avr.nhi giraUv.CharIt'sn. Much .i. 1 -,:'iU. 0M. M.ik'nc;;Uit.i. as l lrrt &f r.-, un.Itrti-.e evclu'ueciniiol c.ir.rt. () t. 2, 1S2. S9 Gui fer, will (Ilp, c.r <3i? !Tp. fir Po'J7df R'

j; *>b r9. lS2. 40 frVicniln-r 11, i :; ----- :A. LONG & J. P. K. SAVAGE aud ir.auairciutu: of Mr. J. 1.. ( Notice. I jf m a&out tiro hours, out cf the sTon-ieh '
inntr.L. PEPSIN 5&the chief piercer.! ?. cr
5; jr, I Vi11OW Ware.I House Furnishing Ware. I:T.WlNiJ I ; :i--"< i.iti-d t'in' ..'elcf-.rthe p rp"-c olI .tI. T. N.rjrTjTirrGEE A I.L perrTc inil I 'cd to the estate of James ForcV Principle of the G stric Jujce-tbe Greg$cvrlIs ii ,,

Batlct. Kufe do., TurnU - )J.ai.{, !laff of Lton County. deceased. sure rccjuetfd Foci. the lVr/Tvmc./: rrr/>r:.ar.I( of M1
PAPER b. Pritjit ii 3' .. P lak"salj! suMtius. ii..it bratV ar.v l-i t.iui-: < ntnj-ted to tin ir c ike
'r do. Pocstis jk .. pcrs. < / <-n < to ii payment: ; Agent 11'e'r'4t.
of in
y do, CLinrtc v < { 1 AS re-ur-r 1 the pratttc M! licinc Quincy, ?
.e l. ( ('Linen-! Tea: eaj iiSLs' f-r tab!. nut.*, (tii 'i'I'il.I -'' tf n.iT il'tnartiliaint: ? ti-I et.itt.will present them to ed from f h* Differ ire Stomach of rhp Ot tlin.f
"Win: d ,., 1'iait d. .. Car-i d .th ( 'v'.rk ii... ( ttIl..til \'ir.' dih f rhi'i th} time criib inz sn ARTIFICIAL' DIGESTIVE FLUi'D.pr
is : Talle do. Lid )p. : ( t.f."l the t.Itr.i.l f'rymer.t] ; v: pre
-inngdo, CLiI.lf .ItD'iy Stwig ; ( iti't, r.t >ruM..n, if J. P..Ionian .L Co.
'f tide, Flower Jo. Fcr fait bv \attr '. *. Vhi4z hii-t.-r. :"Itrh ; ('u-t. Law Firm. i >i.iiiy, ?( .: I ii I, I i-'. :; ; t'mJOHN .-d I.T L4\-, t r thr..' 'Lt- n-ill! b>_- !Iad I ia bar of theirrecovt'n. I I Ii like the nataralGzsrric! Juke in tfrCr-f ) -,)

1"p GEO. W. SCOT A- CO. hair C'i'n.b'! and liu-Lea.): tc. .le.. l"i r sit't t\ BHKD -I: P.Iir.YAIM) viI! practice- co-p-irtn-r Vv' Jj. FOliF.HAND.[ ) PN. nrd! furnishirg a COMPLETE and

l O''f'r.! U5C. JOGentlemen's Oct. t. i-oi- 4i GEO. w. fcrrf. co. 'ijs; i uhl! tl.- I I'mirtof tie il.d.lle Circuit of F. EE003IE & ROBERT HEIR, KI W. BLAC-flLHXiE: SrBSI ITU! i ETor i it. F the aid cftfieri

1 i.ilida. (O.htC: : ill Talialuif.-cf. 1.H--.1 tin-! Septemer! :.'>. l T-.'. CS; ftNotice. hf pains and TiI of INDIGESTION!
I V.reIi..nnnd I
STEAK STEAM nAING C.-tfon I DYSPEFSI A are removed, jtiit a, fl>)
1 JOHN r.HARD.T. : ? WOBMa
Cloththg.I 1, bi
!. in! th- C.fy.ce.( puii th f.-t -.-asr.n bvMr.
snbccribr has ;:c'liip the STEAM MILL '\.s'. inivAUD.r : : healthy: Stomach. Il i ,r. /?. i _
and of nt3err.cn'f C. A. N.i-h. ino.', rr < K.ciiully .r their -ervi. .v
: ttyle variety THE ) { i if DEBT
I el.ec! LTY.EMA
: ; EVr.RYqustor tale by.OcU.btr F.lcI Iv "(vilu-d by Jo .fj-h A. E-Jnmnil-on. n hixilrs -l>rnrvl.l tt n I PI mttriin j tiif fv-Ilowinsr car..Hitj \iz: ,\LLpcrir. er"d.t ri, Irzrtte}. entitles t<> diitn- I NERVOFS pep'iCs.urin DECLINE, and jATTUN
-- DYSPEPTIC
< btrtiih sf TaiUhji-s.'e, i near the I :ill I U-n-l lt-a'1-: L [IIt' Il.-eiiit f..iAV i- }h airl! ta--rv.i .- rt-ted in the tate of.ll"rt *
1 / GEO. W. SCOTT A CO. SMITH & O'BRIEN ro lye, ; i, iJt..re Colt. n.Iu > % ii.t. e SUMPTION, sup'ned to be on the ,tTt0ujj
.t h 9, 1652. 40 111,: fran illahn-t-e.c to St. Mark anJ Li< n-n-tanrly .illr.M.5 when- CVtt.iii i ij .->t<'ied l-y i-: \v ? Liivioi.te IL Tiu Vr. late < t'JriTer' cunnty. nc-rIJflr .!'ee..i The Scientific Evidence

ri hand a 'Jpply f f 51 < r J,.',< >ti feet of Ll'MI'-Ell. Attorneys and Ccunscllora at Law, tt> I--- rij -t!. Hie hr ly noti.e!;
; Rococo Work. 'ind will be |1hae.h l U Jill Til rat the ih.ifet< TSItice. -- ALL1GATOK I:. FLA. vi r. Alto, att'n.l I to thu sampling ui.d n c-Ihig rftin1
Orrs! may be nriy 1-e left at the I'lr>ridi.in A.Jivirnnl I e.ime.I' si i. d. or ti: t.'irneill be barred ; md nil pcrsoniindtbfe

4 AN Ateortment of Rocf-i lx>3e'. For sale bv' : Oflirc, d oipoit.i thcUnii nTlink.C5 l tn tIC uai I dtei! *
; ) ,: GEO. W. SCOTT &C0..I October ?, 1CS2, 40 J. RICHARDS. (>:.r.o: > at Ii.at.r.'! | OHIre at Newnan! '. "" Vte ''Ilt a'-' tIn4 Attend; to tl.e \\tiLir iurnu.sIat, payment. /O1IN) I.. TAYLOR, .AtlaiV.t BARON LIEDIG i ir his celebrated work OB An:.

October ?, 1P.-S2. 40 rl.c-r Jo ('44. S. S. .Sim.i.v. ?M\tiuli! .Iu-l-4 TUUM Oct I mal Cheniitry. : "Ari Artificial
; $ of, (.0:1011 in tl e.re Jon! -. Yard! iii th', v.i-ant I"tl. tIuoii county, 2, 1S. i9 3m says Dinfi (
l Combs. I D) 'ri:i \-. .1!.nk--iul'e ; ('-.I. J. PAI.M Oc.ilo.n.t.ihir l. -t'vtn! tl.e :.:.art.5 sf .Tanii- Kirk-ey :mrl D. C. SViL.In. I Huidanalogous to the Gasrric Juicenayttrnifi.:

G TINS Oet"ber f'irat.' by GEO. wscorr & co. c.i1cLi. back: C.r.sLs, Eln..n-.er ]K Eiwm.I? lI..rn- 4. 1&01. JJ'JINSURANCE *, r.-fjrj: r.nd at tl.e Ta'.Lha! fp IJail Ko.idctf" Dep''t. Notice. ly prepare! Irr-nthe mnucouumemnbrne ottbeifcin-

a 9, I2. 40 I__ I.J4s 4. .. (1nr lcrt, (1rc4. (1. .. Ei.ii ii.... Fi"ii that act ot the Calf. in which variou' articlficf/oc4tl/
-I ATNA COMPANY iitnny y(ar* e'vpri nr.e. we Iipo mont1.! < afur dat >. --hr.il ;re ent my accr.cnt |
rV JEOLIAN PIANOS.AITNTE dICs! ]L'1)b) '"1-! IVi r.v e '.1' the C'fitton I'lantir*, RIX- u'r.'h'-r' to tiH.n.! Ju.it', of Probate for 1 meat and eeiwill heoftenrJthan re/,

rv : ile bv GEO: \\'. bCOTT CO. i 1LllTI'OD i CoNNI-cTIur.i: < uI.I l rc-i-i\i- 1 'L. r.lh.re <-f thoir} [.a'ri'liaz'-. ,fl (' u: t -. -' A.imrui4rat.r! ti J'.hn ,I.Bro.kg, trJfjurtin tiltiome" manner ,
f Il-ston hitman ttomach.
s., assortment adairable fiwornpmiiment Pian"*, with r-r, ma-Jo wiln- October 9, 1F5;2. 40' rrIt.DIN 1 IJ ) ,. (;' lot k--, an-i; (lie.Cotton 1:1: Ware.hru.e T iililL--: e, :Sept.-ml.is r I 11.I I1-.".!'. ">; [S "itin I. iieet-.s-! !, lute i,f *aid ("rtunty, and a. k L-r a JLstLarge I Dr. COMBE In hit nimble wrifiip, ontii
t. niaJr il Jt12s-t l< -s bv
from said AJn.nin.tii. .
V'b" the ol.l liorjM* f.f IliiUet, Dav) ,t C-i., lay b.f..>'4iiJnt I Horse Gear. LPAVISMI!: : ihiii X< w Yik Waioni, s 27 Hr- : -hvnv. 1 Isir :Vi TAYLOR, S'r. AdmV.n I r.'itioii of the due .iuanrity' of the Gastric Joice
4 MirtliiST'tles < ..lu.r lrire.I Ja.iirv: J' l C A:rcnN. I r-1 ''Lire.JOIIN'PRATOHIUS jil.i-if tin- nth tl f Octoln-r I will Atu-t 7I2.I> tsu uiprorninent
; : r>u'thi D AD.] Weitt'rn ciriWncre will b !; "onni<"!:i- CAD1)LE. t-v next. Ccunty, : I and al.t! >re 3ilinz cause of D ioiwii'*
S ted Loro. ]1'riros t., all c u-meiF tie same us, in I' *- __ 11. id tu1-! ( ii1.'. 'ts'r \iiJ -. I V_ 1.UVin 'I I aP..h! ,i"< ari-l c'! .r fr;> sale :>* clu.iiu u ---- ar.d hr staler that a dnhnsuishtd prnfiJor( ol mtd*

f. loo. A fjll siipp'y '.f hc'.'ul hand Piani's. Tian.to Q i Miip ic RiteAi-4 rjn.-t 1 H--. >*-'t' i.'.. i llrv.-wj. ,j.i.. IBI.t4.rl j jOt1 I 1 I' t i f Ml"r LI'S::c ;-.- wue.o.r i.T. red in that ij..rkt-t. Notice. icinein London vha was stitirlj afflicted with ihjccrnpsint

V lit MJM'C at \\Is.'ieaie aad retaiL LiUnJ di>- \:1i-4'' Wi.-t ;uii 1 tin f-r sal. [.r TIII: iTI: nun nr in I.L .t II i\Toiir: ,] .\Is.5 t I tin.imc tiii.c, I1).:i'.l Je j>!i-a.-ed to i xliiluton CJTX mnr.fh aff tktf.! I 'l.all present my accounts finding e erjthinp e! e to fail, had rt-

S f cuunt to the tiudo. tf, 1 -'>-'. ; (I LO. W. x'olTACO. %_* > "\ \ "< II. LI) infi mi hi- frind* an 1 th p'lbtici ,,- -:, tk in the \fi.\ t-f HORSES, wl/.cli! will tell O fttid! f c.trj to thi H,,n. Jud. of Proba'e for | course to the Gastric Joice. obtained? Irom the stcm.

GOULD ABEURY.. 297 BROADWAY. X. V. t\ % tint In Li-.tak n tIs! -t.s., ) ti !\- i itj i I heir s rvi M t.i'Pi '!- -!. |'I L>-( n Cni ty. a* An.Ui.'tratsr! (.\Villi.im Rolert, fachicf. living animaU, which prod cnnpltttlysuccttfvl.
I Gold Watches.mik __j.1.y ( II. I;! un.) .'re ; r< ii.i-. r- -tre n T:'' fed IH>* tn citric r.f t r.no r.nd I ilt-ci-a--tl.! Lite: of saul County, and. aak for a diicl.argci ."
tNss'L! 4(: Brin r' />n-ivc p.blihan f.w sf ti.se f. 'a1' 1 t.ikc <'f Jill i.iy }l-e't. :i< I wi- to si'foni-b iii.I -' iiI i xaul AdiLiuutratU-K. Dr. GRAHAM author of the famon workjonVgetabIe
\1TI :i r cr. v 1- OiVi.Ji'l-d bv I Jil Ii A I Pnitoril: !":,V ire 111' V. ill IMpi.. *
<-- 1 d-V.irs, 1.U! H!<. nivl r .:;jj:, in: -l.. ct Mi iwii i I C. Fair \\.th ,f tl.en-Isut tlr-t "
firrtj "
niitv
C "
j >oi.w crr.c. \ Diet
: : '-r i 11 LiterpT'l. V. iW t t-il teii. !..w. t at:'-n 1 I.. Hi-- cal: !! s niid vai.Uof tli-> who n.av I Uh LEAD ROBERTS. AdmV..TulvlT. ajs : J It| i< a remarkable fact in
MuMc-il: I' ii ii r H. Dcal .i in I'iuUus iljicfjppljed ; ,!. JA.MivS V. JONES.f
5 or M-- .
but tl.y aie w.iii.ii.t. 1 by the inakir to 1-v-a gj .i.5) i-<.ii UI 1).t'r'jtI.5 hint in) !Ii. LIIf b !-rii: j lZ2. 28 Cm physiology.that thestomacbs aoiinaiimacmled
on liberal Unm.Aug. I I > :.vii-: Ky.. Fri[ *. rnl-cr 23. 1S52. S3j in water, impArt tolhefiuidlhe ( drawlt.i .
u.Ttei .atj-fuiisn. --f o
tn1
!
[ s ( I He 1.- r-'i.i i\ >" 1/y tl.e late anita-! a cis's.i f nnlrx. proper ;
21 1 IS. :S3 3.T1
'. McNAUGIIT; tt OJMOND.'ewpflr. _s (1..:!, ,-rx.I'limv I't.j11t'l. Notice lug various articles foodand ot'cffetUngakirdof
House for Sale.
NI!E Subscriber will tl. Octk.ir t', 1c J 2. Ic''' fill**!* : nl'-'i. f 'tfi'fif rf nv.ntln r.fer: date. T sLuIl F.reet, t-r final set- artificial tligefti&fi of then inno viie diftrntfromthe
keep ?
during SIX
*.ra f i. a -i l I Il: |I.ir.rr anti,, t-omt.io.Jiot DWELLING: \ nntttial digettieeprecis-"
fall assortment of the following articl< i=, \\ hihl.c i: i: MIY-MA! it y; (: fJ7J/J.rf /. 4, 4 1 HOUMi 1 : at U .1. K.II. my aewjtt: and vouchers to the Hm.Juiljre
Hard Scrabble for Sale. ;; j present ot-cnpieil by I i.f Pn.bute for Gtvi d?n (Count as Amir.itrattr -* 3-Call en the Agent, and get a DeKTiptrre
inutv* purdia-fr? to call j ndco-ar J will tell at .lI]\ '- \\ lit It. I liatti my-i.lf. arc oij.al intvl<- and j t. Ilfiry.: a Ijoinmt; the Mi-tLmli-t Clu.rcb.; iolF.ud i- ,' cular.sralU.tcivirjra Large aintunt cf SCIESTIFICEVIDnXCKiirailarto

*1 low prE ie can bo ]Lad MI the city" : T HE i stils't'rJj-r offi r* f-.r sale- tit" f-.lli.v. my cV rriJL r-Ti.i'itv. <;;<./ y./-; ,! > ,-lnnp. ainy: (.tJJer4 t1.i will lie fir sie. To a pun hi.- 1nern Mdos bv1 I juida!' .d--! vh : IPlaiitati} .. tins ,ir.rukvr. I lie will iv. teeeaes1! l, and ask for a dijt.fiare'1' frr-m said: AdniiuVtr.iti..n.
jHUI j n-pcrty. -i 1- >:n I I in <_' pjirtic'jl.ir: : attention ternN j-uit be M-Iltr, it may K* l.ad at a bargain j I-crti of REMARKABLE CUKES, Iron all pitt.cit
}cu! Pii k, Navy t.anq, known :i< \l Mcl'a-: plaee. fi.rmcilv. Tjni-d by | t" bi< hii-ujt--. and] h"Ho{ he will iu.-rit a hlvraljuMMui' Apj-Iv to tl.e Dill' of the ul'ri-hau t J.iurrtal! .r thvuii. j JA3IL.S; 11 BETTNFK. Adinr. t the cited! Fta tea.J7&.f .

$hou1Isx-.' Joath Curulina Rice, Caj.t L. Etiir!**, containing! t> :tc' >< ot 1 lm; 1, of f vl.it.ii; I :e l fiom t the I public.NovcruLt .! r".5--wil. (I. C. S. JOHNSON. Oct..bert( 185-2. 40 Cm I DYSPEPSIA CURER.Dr. .

4 iar-Ctjed 11Mm., I'rc.'h Com Meal! ftl/jut, o or hundred: have )IH-CII tullhutcd and produces r 2:;. 1&5<.i. A't tf S.-j-tcmljcr ir, l2.; "S tf ---- --- .IIOUGHTO.VS! PEPSIN! ha? prodoceiltliKiiitmnrrtlloim

J'Uin doN. Java Co.Tee in t-mall mats, well, C uii. Cotton! 'JV-b-M-co: Ac. Tini PlautatioTi. Notice.IX effects, in curing caFes cf jtMi/i'/jn,- j

O. P.ro'srn Pa ar, bv the suck, a Ijuiiuii; tl.e Ij-ive, v l.iieon I t.ow i'ihe, ci-n- Drugs, Chemicals, &..c.OFLPlli PREMIUM COTTON GINS. rnT.tL* p.f-T tie first publication r.f th4 notice, fi.7'i"o/i.Verroti3 Pectin and Ityr/>fi"r Ctmrntj-
'ort'* Rico do. da Rio 5. ti.i.ui O-o; ficie s-i.ti, t:-l l..unrai' _. the details of
) I wi'J! and arid dirt it isirnpo5iib1e to CIMSIStli
rfTit BTour.t* vo erer-, l give
i III l QUININE, \\arrailvd: and full! jy T. T VYMi: & CO.. Proprietor- of I ll; ( 0- j my apply
pure
('laritietl (i' White Wj.inr anJ Ci.lcrVriftrar '-k, J.P 1 :t\n\\\ ; 2 .y r.irci c'ireil. zl.e! liii.iiK-e! wo< 5- l>- v. ;/.t. _IJ. ; Ui.tt'u '.ar.utacEerv. i'ave t he 'si- to the Ji(: i5twart' Clarified Su Liiid. tt t 1iir ; and j-rodiict *. v. \n-Il.1 4 'u tinpren -
nr qiltty. rv ? than TWO
oih.irr,' fan of the estate < liaipbcen given o more
myImicMrstif n
,
( i.!I. r.-.k':, ;pepper. iMrtCtit n Jo jno'Jice; : to I tl.eir ptition- ai.d I the 1 iantirj .
5. TLf do.do.. CookingViae, uro .s s s.h 1 (jj'i: I Il li.si.': al-u ] )A -iin-:! nti lf (;Jabriel Lrittle deca-.d. 1 llt'NDN.D 1 RILMA RKA B LE CURES, in PhilaMphiar -
Pi.tii.ud 1 1 Cl.ur.i I Inc.: n1 nrtine! jTfj'nrf'l; frf>ni fh- !*. .uMaiU I t' 'i_' LL1! I Ihe o'ton crowing r,--
Cru'-hc-l iLi. Lamp Oil, ojii-r Luildi:.:>. :.nd I a .--p'entiid> < 1r :. >a\v Mi.l. !i NATHAN HOLT AdmV. New "i of fr and Bcstca alone. The'werni!
I'.rt; t.ti; irI; : 4'Ii-ji1C .1 ttittiii&, ...titla. mi'n. I i t I f-Y fl i prr 'rPi I'' .sispls aI n'.ibei ,
*" tra1Iata; Lnrd ; 'v.-h -r, .t', i iin $.e.j I 4 3 IV lu uI. May. 12. IS 6m iespera! >' r? i, anl the rare were rot t.i ;I.i th. ri. ot I their ct-Iehria.st PitiMH'M ( !> .
44 Pwskre1 l di. Swoet !I.' thid- iTi.r'"rt-'k.: : 5 .t\v< t n one a...] tvMiin.:< j rapid and wonderful. peimanent.
A !ISo) ncr.il of Clmaiculi ti the bcEtI'uic 'l.tre I these Gins li.ne been Oficemed, it would
7itf Lnrd b y tf keg.Vrcct&r Sauce nnd 4 f ll.e L't-a.-v M):.. ii] Sj.tiu -. j.nd -,-\tlt roiU ? fifir.il a y Mi]>ply b.. dctrr.ed ;i'incce--ar\ lor the 'Mjnu'acturer Notice. It is a pre t NERVOUS ANTIDOTE, and pirtxuTiil -
.5 iliby irreI 1hst ( site 1' 1 t' \i.-i, say u'efnl for Iendnev to Billion* di.orJer L'rtr
by .J.t.j tX, ity: s : t .utv. ,
a w.rd iu their lavor, a? hcy f.d l coiifulctit, i the machine .4 :LL tTC-dif lerarcc. entitled to distritV -
; r-
tli} I l-> 'Ii t..l tl.e (Ort.t; 1 Fall-i-i Jht S.vr.nr.re person Fever and ba ll! treated Few
s-a.'s D'irluini Mu ard, i jure* 13 ( I i.; -.r :- / Complaint, Aeir> ,or
Ci.l.itc T.iLi and avi' biitn brought; ti> -'ich pcrl"c-ctonthat oftWirnuy
: otliemiriterciltd! in the
t.
bv.tioii. e'ate
.in n 'rtneiit
: or
by the lialf do. ( } ) itC.Jr'wn I Kivtr, ni.it 1 't- rli.- fir ind.n.: 'i-v < f jinv1ird and Ague. and the erjl eflcct cf Quinine.Jfertrr,
f F.'fv T iil'-t \it' li't rirL. I their s ipenor pcrf -riii.ir c< uil, rn-oriiriieM! thtiii, Ti-on laf-t i-f Jefer-rt.ii Florida uef f
< v < y.lrv .rv County,
.., ,. ua:1: ? < .lad Dre-sS ih I1FIV '. Tim and ether dr > the D.efstite Organs,iflmI
t.lr..t. it wjitir {! '*I r cwi:: ( Isi.r; tsti- i4r[ cn
p. '
; touliitifi
l I.t iIV'n KJ'l-' Ita.1'-tvj Ready l Rt Ii. f. ii; ; releui.ce I (Cn.-"rmu i I in u-sb. Fur I I.eltiiti'I cea-tilj h U"tife to eslubc their claim
'ar1t..i, in 4. Ik aI: 1ja1fSw1. Hipcuit*. flIIc.l 1 Lit. 1 I is ::1 "'.t o i.iil.! s I Ka-t: of tl.V ir..e: .- apliur -- are rely I'osnZ S&Cfl. A'-i>. fr excess in eaMmr.Jndlkefno
isI! those \\ho \\i-\f ttd the ;
tii-
r.ff?
( t s.1- sfSji ( ,., : ?.' : ; nud! .ltnia;,' vrd 1:1 two .?ur frr.r.i this dute. to the | rcctnaltt
f almost
hoc'; Pic Nio Cracktrs Sprii' j*, a i'liCMvun-tne-ort: : fir invali -. -.vlurf l i iI free n-e ardent "pirn's.$ Ij
1 an-5 n titl \\itl.tiicir I the Proj j
nr
R.e vUI iad PLvter- other raiiiIMcd. an U'uc ; imputation !'T"i-r-i--i"! '! orar.t vi'.l: ic barred : fluid all -
an r.tr..4a4
Health i\hlntfn
Starch in: 1 lii. rarrs, ,Vat. r I off.r( f.vo L..IOM: of whil. 1 l..i t < :..) VIV. pii jf tor-need trI% -av.thi I t the FuT Pii-tr.i ii:>4Ii j'betI to tL. i.1 cca.u.d, ars req.t&. to \ >tfrance.
OLD STO.\f.lCH COMPL.1LVTS.
4. .v the F.uutrPilot esiufs rtl ii. i.i 1', :iu1 i.- t
% 1'icn nwarUnl I ti.ri.i ''he KCNT GIN I
to |jer
*ve rhibile. \-
,\. (1.s-w,1n'. ''rii i ri larch, _nd Navv IV nd, I) !Kii: :ili.: 1" .v1! OM I i.-ib-: > 15pc'r! ,- if -f-iV:, n-/v J'*" Ii' ,. '- : '-c., ic., j..t ivis:rs'4.j ib S. I A-Mns v! t I .) :.t I ll.e crc.'f; f.ite: F.:irl 1.. Id s V A lauta. G.-ar- make ii.uuJ-.ic: 'jvu.tnt" HENRY:; TISO.V. .lmflr.' There i is rio form cf OLD STOMACH COMPLAINTS

ilc-i l-c: CI1s1s'.Lre, I'ortt and Al<- l Isv tl.e i duz. I wh" utv wj ] c, 4 ,:'nu-: 4- .rs ty y.M a* i'-, t Mi.A1 !'S 11 > i oi'' 1'.-cra .\urinlt-nai which it does not s em to reach andirnr.ve -
((>.s"r 11.11.1 4) tt JmronC'( ntv, Ar r.-t 2? lpf'2. 13 Cm be
: atorce. No matter how !'sJ they ,it
maj
J autaincJy bv / KS/Kwd. AI-I J'i ofl.-uid in f% !, .
u ;'Cidi ih w i.m1.i..5 ; (%)iajtv. aui Isctsurc'- I'sir: l.ets it ( .n' .iis ; atI

S 4ffFsP i//ic, Whi-kev, 'ult I'm half n mi'- 'file l>uw r Miriual Sjnix'. a Now Opening J a'.nntl 1 t i ir t'f lh.- Srinn C.in.Una Ins-lift.t<>. nt 100 Piano Forte's. GIVES 1 I INSTANT RELIEF! jj m'gle dust needs rewre'lobe

I. }Lit iiaVine, VM Rye I'-M's.l-j.'a.-! : '- 1 f r a -um.i< r r i il-ii.t-l Ai-. with Cl i I ui' Ccl! :i LlIV.'.! ( nit t'n unplrcsant-tymptirm; and il only
Ii.rrv t'l-! 0i: l 1i '-, I \\"jl 11} M.-U J J..i .1. .- i i'll !..nornfaid f..rm! 'v 4- ;_*':-5r.l bv rejea'e.l lor .1 hrt lime f c mike- Ifcwc Kf o4 t KXtrmmncnt
I.4ctifiei1 nT. \
( ; ; i,1. .f J ci-i\idll.c l t !tii -I VI Ifs i'ir'iat I the c\i}.t'jiticii 11 id! ut T. GILBERT & CO.'Sxitv
: CLARK: A. FILLMAN, :i G zir.il.s.rtriut .u.d 'idvCt PI'IUTY: OF 13 LOOP A D VIGOR 01
.: .ic Fl' ir, I'Marti'ia* and Pi<*:til'i.! Cattle :.t.-l ]! -- ![Ii.r-i-. Muc-! ,'.c., uu.j li.ake tin f i Chrrlr-ti.n. ii Carolina, jtitl ai everj Fair \% ere ,
\ I YORK WARE ROOMS I50DV MJrw It articular! eut'Jntin
; i at once. is ?
Fatmv *' Flavoring Extract vc.F pus '(I .'. if' :c1: I sample-( Coti.i! iror.i I them ha'.e been C tijbiti ,l. j
<'r sale at low prices f-jr cnli.. wholc-i-alc Jicul 1 re- n. i:. priYiAN:: ;i Tall and Winter' Clothlnsf, 'I In' Propiiiti>rKiv in their po '<>4<>ioiitiutr.rr- 333 BROADWAY, I cage? of Nausea, Vorr.itin?, Crasip, Srieneaoltherit
., (5).b'14. (1itIi. ( \-tiIIr. lTis..rv c'itbe M'macli. distress aSler; estin?. lew,
S tkil. JAMES: IJ. GAMBLi;:. I Han I't'ti! Co., FI.i., Ar r t 1 l I2.. :;:; :.m, Vurit-" eii-s ctilif.cjte-.frorn! Planters Cotton: !Urokr i's, C in- OT. .rti.'u.v! t ii fc n.-oad'.vay Bank& Theatre,
opr--ite sof
I Fin-- -v. i-H jnd (Virired t I 1 HooN: Slipper-, Ac. ; vIai: !i cold sfare? cf te Blf d. HeaTine s. LoTvr.e Spirits
April 2J, lP.r,2. 16t mi--u.n M -rrh..tits, and M mufact'irrr r.t Cuttoii
Fall: and Winter Goods. tlii I p'.b-cnbi r i ireudv and I r.nxi'Mi (<-, ell s'!> the .' "Xl HFRE: fie lr't n-vrtrr nt f>f Piino ritJ Dr-jponder.cy. Emaciation, Weakness, lendtttj
(;5Is..i-! 'etiI. itt!; t hat I the 'et forna.re of i the (;in-,
i&-t rs-'s.tL'c! li MIIf .r c.-h i-r i'i r-jti'i? tr nl.t.Mk I r.nd wfiatit "hcr T-'iratetl! Improved 'E..leja toIr'sariitv.S'ile. k.c.
CARRIAGE REPOSITORY 11 1' ;Mili-:i i> 't\iuir! .> ..l! e and llif! frat.ij'li( pi isIurci l !s> I tliftn, caar.ol be i x-
I : fl( j .- 4 BY MILLER AND BROKAW U-ck < f .fji4.>i :i1 H eS.'I?, .)iijiri: aIg..-.t s'V(- '. il'.nli.v' :i ij> Gts-: _-.er i.-.at.iifn-M.'inl.; ifv-v the dealers in ar.d r JfediciBWthro .
J; ; r.n-1 I. ,1 .r"i I r'and rnn-kf'iut-i, are vi'trirntfil ta >!a tUnntf.nttl ziec firr Jiug* r>plar
rtJiinj f.m.IlM All ti i'-i-! i"i f>:n-, ui-.&it eitbi I) our t: a veiling
., 7lltal,4.l: #, 1'7'ri'J.r : r--- by ir f >r 1;Slack, I IJine i I tin-en.; I>ro\\n anl Miic I i'rit tiff rnieii; ':atts. It L* prepared W
\\lii-li tj. 'v v.il! p'l' at tl.e II.-A-I*! nnji ;W.i 1 1to i orlcc.il .\ n'-.oi fiaiJed: (Ii. the ['inpa iiiurIsv! tali!
: t I
j S..rl; u'ld, I'.lV.Cy CS't. Iv an cxrrEaw'f rf i4 it 4e1r rwcltins in many powder :rfir! FIad frrn-and in Prescription
7ii' T'ITE'jbscrflcrsliavcrtp.iyeilS wlii, th) in\ite i : n.ail: w ill alxx.'js; TtCiit'e v'"r'-r' atft-ntior (>;ins
i > t.cnl1."i 'ri"f tn-r! fii.-nrN jin-l
J. < Drub.: ]iI.'k! .m: I I I'.r. VP o. r ..r..'*. lie inp':{ >rfiiit ii'i.rovl!! ei.ttl- ..f'irc h-ti bfn lin>iffftt for the n-e rt Iairian.:
supply of CARRIAGES.: DUG \il -tr.t to a.v: of the ctmt.tn and
the utrahlv. Ttiin, j \\ \ p.nf sarI -
public :t* u-'i.d. :ic. >Tnir Mitn I Yearly PRIVATE RCULAR* for lh r-f FsuciaJ,
1 + fr'.t.tlntif vthtTv. "miO i-e
GIs AND HARNESS) : wl.kh, I'L-M-je and ni-u i: Silk and Ifl.iek Ps inJLL'k Vc t*. I ra.it..d to iv '.tiartkn! /-> ft r1t.ru ly no
., ,4 5 f r .nV on titsi tnosi rcnnUh> terms., All thyITer ?. G. itJ' MECINNI-S.; ; I 1'l.ii 1. C drey, aiud I'aicv Ca-'riiiit ieI't.'i. I'-u.ta- I j6s.'L."niTTO.V.: ; A-"nt, TaHalia;;ec. .l.llnleon1have: hjt-nl appli.- K anti the tlerjisi.t! i j4 ra- ma ht> tbtiir.ed of Dr. Hoaghton or his Agents. -
)r'.hrr
S per- ( I2. hrren-iriir., Eleu'ant itottdoir or Ci ttair** l'im. *cr '>ir.c fh* w ?'oe )ce s preparation and gi'iin -
-u5j iW.In] i io jiiirclwii-o any of the almve} articles, I ColiriV.ni.., Mairhrj, : n iyFrenh pi..lv : _:: cfftt
C will c'ill White Ki'i<"' SiiU' rii A"i-v3 r.tul \ :iiiot 5 v.ii* i--.t tr sIuuIL rt" n1. i. i u U.s *. 11.1110ar' IS \ the authorities rtpon which the claim
( please : anil rxair.ino fur ','.
December 13, 1K51. 49 tf BiSMHEIT, XEKB. & CO., o'ii' i urlu.Ie.9 tou iiun.t K.I.to in. tit ion.A. Bmgs, Meclicinos, &.c. lti'l."l f'> ?, nijier'jr tn a'l o'htf.t, irvnnrj l-j //*/rj now remedy" are ha-ed. As it is NOTA SFrWiK

: --, -- -. _ Genfrnl (Cominhsion and fjnvnnliiu I'trrlianlK!: B. CL\RKH. riii-!! !! Si.lrfdiU r :.rc jttt h f-ipt 'f tlir S'u- .11'! /S..
V. ': CARRIAGES AND \q 113 TiI..tjtt'sihs *1., \ I IID :,*.)U'IIK! S.lssi. 41 1 tf J. liit'r -tr's.4'! M.-iiit iri"-*. er.ti-Ntlii: :.; in part s-f. Ui.ib : t'.f 2Iaitj'n.tOTr. l>calir s ipplunl at liberal bv Ptusician in repetfaMe standlrg and rryiltfpraoft
BUGGIES. II H. Wade's ijsI I the intmBo : *. Price ONE DOLLAR per bottle.
sLcstnts.! >C''n catalogue
i:, (Nil-tin I, -
i\iv to th.r! : 'holUe rf the trs
i 'S < HELP AT HOME. (: :> 0 J r.RVKTHIS -Erery
D. E. HULL I .* of Mii-Ie. ar.d in trtcti- hot ks fun.i-htd at tlutvrc
-I-- ', Cff: Tut.r. -np.'ilap, Ilydr-i.fe! i P :i-s.i. I vli.le 3IIOL'GHTON.M.
iru ud* rti'l' tin' pi.l !i' iifialy.! niid flattrtlifmvhvH Ip ine PEPSIN brs the written sfpnatnre of J -
.II-ltP: riri'iits: f.-r sae! n FIs4'Wli1] .wortmcnt r jj E ur lr In ImJid, M.. rtrv. > I nlitU1 lrn.Ac ut pholtxif.
< } thr.t, by (-tru: t r.tt< ntis.fl l to bu-n-P, tl.i-v ; n : yri'p I[ I D.sMe! proprietor.Pa. rhiladephl! ,
I r of Carnages ui'l I5uqi, at will UJtbli; to >;i\e -iitt-factii t 'n tn nil w L > m..v:: c..u- .1. |,HHI) }I. l 1'j: : ; Ji'.d I-IM 1.'ut rv. '- now pr-piired! tate Mu.iiti.Si.IpL.te": Quil.aw, svrhs! >.- -I-Il"itz HORACE "WATERi Sale Aconti Ccnv-risht and Trade Mark ecurec.Cz&'ld .

Jn-zcs tfl sUit t.C ( i1-(>, in SU r wgiiPlMt! ( Ci 1: <.rMLlLllAMJlsEutU1iiVth4r! : : tn fitnu-h' Ct 'l'l' iN ( ;INS ;f a suptiior M\C* and ai'd! S>. hi IV-.n'.i! r#. IniinNit rate iher, Sliml Cc.n-ta'tl ,syi Lau.1 arm u"rtnie1ut ot .e by alt Diosgists and Beakrscines. a3ieh
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S&sh.Ils'", Itrnlalu, Martiti alcti, 114rll.4 of nil kind*. f..r P.ilo orLpi: ive Sub'i-' I i Cf r.fl Land I I Pi I u,M lit Ro.e.wt si l an-1 I Mahtmy ea.se.s. .

.4. Iwth Iiiubl* un-l Hin; lo, Caniaw Triiniiiini- all All oril.-r-i l.-r ll.e puuhiitc of gooditiktly j.nd i lliiiic* '.'it' up TIO iiu.niifir: i.v n':.i !in7 Gi into,: t 1-1- I to.ite, M.-rphii>\ Arei.'iIJid ni'lWI.t.! Pn'eij i- \v\ \\\VT ;n j ricefr.rn '' tc, ?15" <>. Second h.uiI.l"l LEWIS Sc. AMES,

'. kind-: Siirsn '*, Axles I5 'lt*, atid. in f.ict, every thing pioiiij.tly jtttijjiied! to.LUxr.d bit at Fair", or l bv r..: No, :Ii.ti, 1..wiiI .r thtr place" tate. ( oUi't' I Pni'i"A! -tI.? JCirirt, Pulv. Antirt'-nia- :m Wano-i from ?20i> to ?- T--Grai.t I1an s "IVhoTe' Ie and Retail Agents.

.. n'ahkept! in a store of' thi- kin!r.it- of COTTON.TOISACCo.NAYAL to !,'st Nr')lnrr-- t" sriiv in hi- j-iri-e. I IHH 1I-. T.ttiiA':i .4.1!, Cltiiwi-ra. Stun, \V1 ite antI I IV lUr.e I from ?rnO t.> :f 7C t (>. Prir.Ce .t CVs. Mcl.' lo.rs fr.'MT. FeSrnnry 7. 1'5-T. 5 Ij

4 JKIO at t-hort) notice.l KJ OilL.S <..r U iJilTJlNil. I I t-tab: !; hiivut i- '.i.-} -tly .Soi.tom! in tl.emid-t iiii: 1, Ci-rintid-T, V'inl"ii'! >n. Caravay: nid An'iitI I, : to0'". CarLart *J 5 twVO! -Guitars from 1Jto

; l >ocemKrt.(7, ic:Jl.; 51 I1iI ici:. <-f the cott'-n, yr 'v :n-; r.-ii.:. I lie i i ,itind-- Gir.tn M.M..I.; ( ;.un i'tt'I'auth.: > ( .i.i.i. iut.i, Afiin-ni !. Cumt.hor 75. .&e< .. Ac.OF : Exchange at Par!
_
.- Hiianr! meni-.>r S?'.ra.' at the iint raich. rli'i-v f>r thf-tii-ih-iiid! are warnwifd t tsi jtTfirm in ( S..1.S.1 l (XI. F--i! 5-l f'ilfJl! li'i'l-s > CIovpNinj I .ugIt is: Zru t .1 EOCERIF. H.inlwan>. Crrykerr, W47'

s :h Bagging Bagging New Orl< ;in-, Au;u.-t 13 i, I JtIJ.. ::-j ri.i I thf I.pit t'tIs&r? whin! pr4t4I ily :ittt li.k'i t<. t-r t t-> bin.ad.
; I W : C PIIICES Gunny; Cloth, -- : .* 1 to d'i s. fit l.is own tpn-< f Jin rel.iriflII. -:! : : -I'till"I I *, i -t.-',': Tvii.. indSand. -* and W. G. BURGESS, Cotton Broker, hlat4. Cai Bhick.; Prwi t'oat a, Pan'. % <-'*: (hra' -

I eJ lu ** Kcjjtucky Jaggirig, WAKULLA HOtElT !''TI'. atb'Tt 1 t" tire, rind in th.. Iu -f tnann-. ( >rdrt! I n- J4.I. ('(.:,llulo, Ts.-1fluIi. lila L rri-', 'ni-: : ; srice tvl 1 I, fn -ndand the public &- Iluntintj! Coats &'aWNGKfcrCfch Drisl1e' ue.. given in

10 Sa hhtu1, f..r (;Jinth} :
ICentuekv ll ,pc iunl Twini. Fi>r Kale 7iv AT THE NEWPORT SPRINGS. I H will l i.' liv r tin in :.t tl! o a-i L-Jicc of the pi.r- 31.l.nt'fiL: : ( mo'h I':'rl'nnte.1.' ( 'I.ir.s-srj!. : lc:5 !. ;3 C.'r.ntry e. ner.illr.! J. M.Xovcinlxr 'WlLLL3.t.

Ot4ber2, 12. :; J.Bagging G.NEINlS. r j j I I1I.hs'r-i.I! hts in:. J'a'4sI I I.i k'1-! l.i-: ,11 rt 1 Ii- fariji. I lco\\! :are a fi w ci i ititicate.-: mit I..l ,v.t ( sisI-Iriitie., : "TltItTi"! 'Si.I 1, IS.'I. 43
kn of tie! Iarg.' nunilur that could be ihi! iL-d if nict.sarv. I trio. Art'i'ami I : Cit/ie. IayVut! r. U< -. Oiartrf, CHARLES L. UEMILLY, Public Weigher, .- -
: ; 'i\vn et-taUiihuicm, tfullv ,
I
J : &c. thu i 4LiIg ud Uni.ll.ii-re-pet public th.it)i rfirtni" = J. H. WAlfc'ON.Tlii ri.'ii'lu. :.inl l. i\tn Ur Watirs I-Uivoriiisf EAtrnrt-, "\\7 orLI* r&s1'eeflRinf..rni Us friends and the I Pure Sulphate of Quinine.

he has had it j I Il.pHi I 1 i il is, Ac-all c f which are fre>h aud i-f the V pi.l.i'c gent ralh Planters particularly, that he hand two hundred ira
}nnr YARDS GU.N.VY BAGGING gu-atly enhirtfed and tin rmi-l.lr re I'lIIIE s-jbscrioer have on
M F I I ?. bi For sale by will I attend to the 'Wei t.f Cotton
and lriiary st oiuilitv. e prepar-'d to Iung 1
It) U V 600" paired, newly psi'intcd: furuiiisJ. Hi- IMTi'lnr rittv ounces of SuIrhateofQnimne.whichine
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q Kentucky ; i fo ccrtifv tluit I I.jve in Li-i5. i.j-on my pl..n- I J. P. JORDAN A C,.. and i'oh'ueusi :>t the Rail Rot d Depot, and aLso in th? jnanufactoreu.
nien con furni li the
20, toil Untly enij-lo\etl to his table with have obtaiced direct from
Hope, nnd 1'Mr in a'ddilion tati'HN in Li-e : ii.t! I taker (Countie", three Ct-tt t .n (Iinof -* (iuwv.JinielP: :1S.V2. -Jl! tfI City in the yard lately ceuj--ed by Mr. C. A. Na_-li, irticle.Vehaveenbrxedourstock .
2 caiks Tortcr, OyMeri : to wlmli, eiv lvlieiry I __ _. hey will warrant il to be a superior
f..i\v eadi. inado Colonel J. 11. Wat.otif j ill the rear of Mr. KirkM-y's sTore.C1J and M fecI;
will be the Mxty > : by ct t Drugs
1 tieice Ale provided mat: l.tt will :tflt.rsI. it.1u. I \
.. din, of the 41/W.* I'j.Imynith wbklt 1 ami< 11 j sl.icttI, anti mn-ider Glass, Oils, White Lead, dtc. : ;* Ha un inagid the 200 nack Halt, : a eurg4s >V7// tn the tliapcofIlitilim cine hr recentani,
J 4 barruls Crwhed Sugar, .5 J<-r", fur the warm day 1 Ie h.--. .1 (J..rii.iL'e, them -ins made in Georgia, in exervreJHct. "1 i\ ( \ COXES Window (;io.-% assortedic GKSS.aSampler: : and CLuser t-f Cotton, offers his orders for articles in orr lineat wLolesale or metS1"

2 Clarifiwl ill C''1t3iat altcnd.uieo: ; fur ijiulies and I luvahdi who 1 take !pleasure in reeiiinnirlidili, !; thin to JL W 'J 1"f'' kei'.Viime, Lead, jnu e,extra
e 4. 2 1ii. Brown 's i-h to \i-it the U.ithr., vhuh are in.w IM-IM- put inconiiletc plant err. in SiM.th-U'ettein 'u-oriji. and! lurid Ii. (_,.1..1.I .1.as'III ; I: barrelLin.etd Oil, lie viil 'ht' prcparcil fv> make liberal advances We have also a few account-yet Joe to tisleri I

; V. suir. U 'its will In- I \\ : is n South.-in finn l in :ind laJM'd in m.rnidst ft Lan! Oil, on Ct>tt 'ti lIt with him or se'it to him for wile.5f' en.iahl in smillamrt"1'
Fur male rl..< ap by S. S. KNIGHT. ] cj j-rii\i li-d j f.r tl.nwhu rear Isl ? TIsv are )
: fxptcmber IS, l60i. 37 wi'h to iiuike an e>eiir-inii to ilic 1.iIit,: I Hou-c, ulij liu l.o Northern Interc-t. 2i"> jirt.kisrt; ; Fircpi if Paint (bbl*. and \ bbl*.) : By Ejmiuj-tnct attrition to all matters con- but if the wholecould bepa.id *hnrtly,1t wo&' ,'

: .JanuIsland, : and I othr ;plaee-t about I he I II Ii.tv.II JOSEPH BOND.Ai 1 barrels Recliiied \Viiaie Oil, ncettii with weighing and tlw. sale of Cotton, and by far towards luiuidalingcettain heh, O

: Wanted. I he It just rmnpletud a new und c<>iuiiiMliniH: 2 Train Oil. I bbl. Copal Yarniili. piinj: parteular atti'ntii n to all instruction,, he hopes LEWIS AMEz.

Ht.ible, xshieh i j'< funi,4jsIitIi! careful and :itte,iti\i! H\NV. (;Ja., Pvbnuiry, 2.., lS2. Spirits Turpentine in l-arrels DIHI at retail. A genera to mtrit and receive iv portion of pftSlic patronage. June 8,1850. 23 .

FiyK 4 THOUSAND DUY HIDES. f>r which the (O.itler) *. In t-bors the IVupnclor; j.led biin.'rlf (toilo This i< to ceitify that I have in u-e "n my plantation -oitmeut of Color.->iualio.and otln Piiu.ti-rs TallaJuu-sce, August 2S, IS2. 43 tfSteaiji

prices will be paid iu ra h <>r nurchanSeptembrr all iii Li* to conduce,, to the I comfort 4 and sat- in tliH r.Minty.siMYty st'V: (!in., imniffaetiired, by iiiatiriaN.: LEWIS Jb AMES. Lots for Sale.

dize. S. S. K.V10HT. i fartion, of all jmwer who may favor with n call, nnd Holicits (.'4.1. J. 1 II. Wat-on, ; 18, 1852.: 37 tf to any (;in 1> ii ide in Georgia, in every iianuular, and A all articles neededUi t1'
fair trial.
a A. H. Nov1.sewpssrt. : rpHE *ut* crilrr wfd sill at AUCTION on MON- GOODS. conipriing 1'ck
1 not e.\cellfd l by jinv. 1 have no he.-itation ILl recoiniiniidiii Wines, Syrups, &c. arrivals from 'W
'4 Fall and Winter March 20,1P52.! 11 1 DAY. the Sth oay of NOYEMBER nest, LI* market recvirwl by recent
I Clothing. :. them to plantirn in .S-.ulb-\VeMern Georgia.'lluy OLD Port, Claret, STEAM SA\V and GRIST MILLS, Mtuated on the for ale in 7xV.t to suit pureku er .

JUST received from New Yik a snpply of HEADY DISSOLUTOIN. ) sire luunufaotured in our n.id-t nnd by a *, Old Port Juice, Plank Heath, pix miles from >ewH>rt, c >n-L ting of a November 1, Ib31. 43 J. 31.
Ii.'tt CLOTHING. Ir sale [Cv Southern man a native of oir: own !Ituinus Geor uu: Slit PpniMin- Cider, -
: pnrtnv-hip. under the firm rry hi.'r'c. and olnpnght -
of CO} AN- sixty Engine, one> s-ingle saw. one gung
OctuIxT2.1652. 29 G. A J.jlEGINNLSS. THE t CO., ban this) day Wn Oi-.Mht. l |,v 1)AYI1) A. VASON. 1sidi'u, rs.rter, Si-ofch Ale, eawii-two circular h\w: milU with forty-eight Georgia Kerseys.

: mutual consent, bv thu withdrawal of Mr. CliaiK- A. Palmyra, Lee County, March) C, 185'0! tf I'randy Piich.Ra'pljcrrv; .- P.randy! Cherries, inch aw-'-one circular cross cut and one lathing saw PIECES GEORGIA KERSEYS

.i, Shirts, (C
rnjIAT J- are well made, allqualitug of tbwhite closeil l by J. George; .A ushers,sfl and JoLu J H. Etule. THE TRUE MEDICINAL Strawberry" Freh I>ilter meal per hour-best French Burr-all new and in the 20 WASHINGTON KERSETS.For .
and fancy colors, norne jf which ar txtia, fine T.eIfl''II 4. Shad.
New York, Octolx-r l2IP52. S9 COD LIVER. OIL bet of order. sale low by HEIR &
nud *ill fit to T." Just received and Salmon
0 a formalvery (Cinder ,
Will l 1st, ld at the time and tooln cii;
4 K> same pi-ice 23. 185C. 3S
in September
Vow by W. T. MITCHELL. CO.PARTNEESHIP.npHE the cure ot Scrofula, Consumption, Pine Appl l ** Kn-rli-li Mustard, and
Oxen Horsea
( every t1ecripti.n-CartA. Vagou-, --
oif flneurnat i-in,A.st hina flronchit!
April 24 1852. isCoiighst,
1C } Preserved tjuinces
Cauva ,
r %1fler5iiCl] have formed a eo partneri-hip tin and nlldiicasrs ol the Che-t ncd A Jelly, twnity No. I Mule" Fall and Winter Clothing
-- Lungs. supply .4 I'eachies
? Lamp Chimneys J. (her the finn of SMALLWOOD, ANDERSON ol this valuable medicine is just received, which is Currant do.Sparkling (.Jelatino Tamarinds Terms, cash, or Northern acccptancvs at sight, or TUST received a large supply of th. ahoreJ

!: t CO, to conduct a Genend Commi *ion Huciness in warranted pure, and oi very supvriorqualilv.Korjnlel.y on time, with iutoredt added. consisting of Coats, Cloaks, Pant, *
CKS. Camphiuc Buruug Fluid Tur- the of New York. Flavoring Extract, Spicen, J. L TOM PKINS. loW I
,
;v Spirit City Oftice. 10 Beaver street.J. LEWIS & AMES Pickle Drawers, Ac, tc.., all of which wilt he SOld
Yeast 14.leZA *.
: peutine, AluuLuL For ale by L. SMALLWOOD. May .i. 1S50. 20 Tallahassee Fla. AujTii-t7.1.V2. Gl lit J1FjRtT.September
by
J. P. J&HDAN : 12.
23.
Quiury, June 19, 1822. 24 tf JOHN If. EAItL} PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY.IIAKTroilD Olhe-) Capi rJuncS copy until lt November, and siiid bilU to advertiser
\Voreester1fre, Sauce, Cs st sa.LE11S. Blankets !
Florftlju !
THOMAS J. PEUK1NS. at Nrwjiort. Blankets
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k. I Bagging! Bagging! New York, October 1 2)) 1 8S2. iy CONNECTICUT. ,fc AMES. HUNDRED NEGRO BLANKETS.
Capital Stock, !*| :{ooooO. 1852. 22 tf Laces.VYERY FIVE: Bad Blanket For sale low.l

I 250 riECES Gunny Baggiog, MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT7DHUGGISTS TIIK underfilled, Agent of the :tIsive Company, I September 1352. S3 :HEIB 4
il i, 3 .4 Kentucky Garden Seeds. choice and stylish assortment of Laco 25.
i pn-piie: ki< n(rtint; Fin (Ill building I. _
I JO Prradec I ( and' Merchants can obtain t-upjJics !* and their contcntti, on the ino-t fnvonilih terms. BUT A Ttoija; Hut Turnip, Cahbat''.Bt'et dr., just .51 English thread Liueii,Woen do, Cotttindo CASH ADVANCES.
I 4t 'Ir )'orulelowbj prices, b> spjilicjitiou to"LEWIS F. H. LEVUS it AMES. Fine embroidered ladies huxlkeroLi\: do. collars,

I I Aug. 21, 1852. 33 HEIR A RUST. : A AMKSVholcfcalc OefoU-r. 2G, 1851. "FLAGJ 42, Afjcut.Tullahaiiec Junes., 18 2. 22 tf do. undcr-fcleayea, a large variety for sale by rpHE undersigned beg leave to 1TIT1fl tbC('s&d

t \ Agents for Flonda, Oct. 0, 852. 40 G EO. W. SCOTT i CO. J. that they are p.,- w make lTher& A'

5 Bagging Twine. Mrchi.1R52. tf NASH & CO. Thomas Hughes Hines, B.IWM on COTTON shipped to the 1ods.e of Cot.
an.l Counsellor at Law Goods. A Co New TorlT HEIB t
COILS Bugging Tube, Attorney Fancy DERSOX ,
100 Something to Eat. Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c., 3' "

Fitrialeby //T f\ BARRELS extra Manatee Mullet, TOU LD inform their irn n-U i.nd the pnbik, that TllOUPVILLE, GEO., )T.ATED Sewing Birds. Conibeleaners.. Agate but September.18. ISSg. ..- ... .; .
Aug. 21, 1S12. 88 HEIR A RUST1.Children's O\J\ \ In tons, Fan"y dress do. Enameled Jo, Port Monies,
-- 25 Mol-u-oc*. I they have 011 linud a good ,ortnu-rit (.f muhai WILL pmctico the- Circuit Couifs of Thomas Bale Rope.
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i 10) liojrvbcad* good nnd conunr.n brown Sugar, ticks as are generally kept in their line of busncs.s. __ vfj
and Youth's Clothiner, 6 l keg* txtra (!oe.hen Duttt-r, kept Cool in the ainl v,ill bt riiceiving r< cuLu ly frc&h t-uppliea. :Ulieir Counties in Goofijm, and iu Jrlformin. M&diaoa, 21amUton Shaving Croahi, Lubb's ExtractsTbrmiuetcrs, Perforated 1UU Fonalaby

u. JUST received hy W. T. ITC11HLL. Ice. For ,.il* by DANIEL LADD. (tins; *hall be r t'rah1o.TUahe *od Columbia Ctrontiss in florida.AF1itL,152. board Drinkiaz' cups, tc.: &e..for paTs I by 35 RUST.

0 K, lt<53. Iti tf New port, SeptcmW 1 8, 1 65 2. 37 October 11, 1I. -10 16 Oct. 0,1652.; 40 GEO. VTTSCOTT CO- Aug21,183B.




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