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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 13, 1852
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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J'tTBLISa SD EV23Y SATURDAY MORNINO. OFFICE OVER BERRY & ROWLES' AUCTION ROOM. TERMS THREE DOLLARS IN ADVANCE.

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BY CHARLES E. DYKE. IV NO. 45. ,
-TALLAIIASSEE, FLORIDA, NOVEMBER. 13, 852. VOLUME ---- :

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ttl Improvements, River Harbors & Resources of Florida. of the peninsula,) "in resistance to the enforcement treaties stipula-! several} hundred yard in ]length, was throw across- the Chipohi and I I:,; St.; John's j ; ; an; I tr> such extent, as always to admit large r vessels'

: _w-___ ,, lating for their emigration west of the Arkansas, commenced predatory i I the railroad! continued upon it. A town "aoon built, at the southern adapted to foreign trade. The entire expense of such improvements, .'

MR. TO HON. J. 1) ANDREWS.\ | hostilities: that soon ripened into open war, which lasted: for seven terminus, on the Bay of St. Joseph, which bay his an excellent it is estimated, would not exceed two hundred and fifty thousand dol! ,
CADELS LETIEI years, and was attended with but limited and partially creditable harbor, easily accessible ti) m?'rchant'r l cls of the first class usually i iemployed lars. But if it should be three or four times that sum, it would not ,

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Horse OF RiruisiMv.TivF.: *, September 1 1552. in diplomacy. The best measure adopted by the Tnited Stales I of pecuniary'embarrassments of the company: occasioned by its immense and to other States besides Florida. Such improvements would render :,_

Excellency' THOMAS EBOWA, Governor, ., during te war, was the "armed occupation" act of 181::; though the |I expenditures, was abandoned ; and soon after the rails were the entire coast from St. Augustine to Cape Florida, forever imprrgnablc -
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TO his \ policy pursued by the federal government, in the execution o{( the taken up and sold to a railroad company in Georgia.: Many persons to any enemy, and even exempt it from annoyance ; with :.
Sir I h:1'c the honorto transmit to you a copy (If a coimnu.jfBiion ; law, until the act of 1st July !1:4': wa* passed, decreased( its benefits. I contend that the site has superior advantages, and that with judicious 'I, nut the necessity fortifications, except at the outlets to the sea, left
,; from mt to J. I D. Andrews, Eqr., on the! f"hjCc of the 11.r1 The contest was abandoned: by United States in 1S42, an ar- management it would have succeeded ; and that it may be recusitated '', open. and deepened, as suggested. And many coasting C..Is! from :
and of the State of .
1 Improvements Resources Florida.fl ] raagc7ncnf." with the yet unsulidued Indians then being mad (Mimi. .it some future period, rnder favorable auspices. The proper and the eastward going southward, might by such inand: communicattgr. .
!s communication was prepared at the request of :lr. Andrew?, : lar to two others atler 163->, which they had: violated! ,) by the general! I judicious: improvement of the harbor of Apalachicola, would of course avoidthe I necessity stemming the strong current of the "gulf stream ;'* .
',I oiacl bcn appointed by the Secretary of f the Treasury of the.Tutted officer commanding the United States regular forces Iii Florida ; and prevent this, and especially if the inland! communication along the crossing the Bahama banks ; and also the other! hazardous experiment fcI

5t\trO tu clllh.r and aformatln Resources and of make the different a report on the 1mwjvcnients .: which la>t "arrangement' in dixregard of the llrl'rilu.lrraies, stipulated coast, (hereafter mentioned) from South Cape to the Mississippi, i is hugging Cape Carnavcra!, and keeping clo.se! to the Florida I *
Commerce States of
the that those Indians headed by the 'chiefs Arpiarka and Jtoir- undl.'rtnkl'n.pilachicola now ships to foreign ports and coastwise coast, in Irving which, so many such vessels bounj southward, are i
tlioD, ; legs: might remain on the peninsula Their whole number, i:is upwards of.$0,000,000() ( worth of cotton and] other produce annually ; !!! wrecked. The documents referred to in note A will give you valuable 4-
of the interest
|u well aware deep you take in, and your thorough s-timated, cannot exceed eiglit h'mdrcd, and they are on paprr re- i and receives a corresponding amount ofml'rchandie. for transportation information on all these points.
jrtuiiutancc with, the subject matter of the accompanying : letter, : Ilrictltlo prescribed limit, embracing many hundreds of squan : into the interior, and has besides considerable! trade. I I The clearing out of the small stream emptying into the sound* .
if it should' be at all instrumental in i
jut would l be happy the attention, of our and attracting lile.. .area.. .Since. that "arran "mc1t" repeated disturbances I Some,miles of the FlorHa, Alabama, awl Georgia railroad, near I at the southern part of the peninsula! and the connexion of the sources -
J flon h'. of Lgislatur People to a just aUllC-)Ilfx.ht'c! and the destruction of property have occurm., Pensacola, wa graded ns hereinafter stated, several years ago, but i of those stream l h y canals with the interior and fresh waters ofthe P
:ppreCflUOfl ofihe importance taking early l and dfecth'c measures I owing. it alleged by the citizen, to the depredations of the Imlian that WOI k has been suspended for the prt' t'lIt. Pulihaynke or ErcrgJailrs, covering an area (If at least eighty by .
of the btate. rso of
the has '
Jcvelope.(. the tesniirces part Ui10n : of the country reserved for them ; and, on the other hand Excepting some local improvements at the City of St. Augustine, thirty miles, and with the large and deep! fre!h-walcrlake Okfdiole, ,
the Federal
been so much neglected by Go\.trmlut. hut these subjtcts asserted by those inimical to the people of Florida, to be occasionedby made by the federal government, and which were necessary tor the 'i further north, and with the interior river Kiisimme, running into said
have nev.r yet received from' ourselves, half that attention j I the encroachments of the frontier population upon the Indian reservation. I\ preservation of its property there} ; the foregoing it i believed comprise j I lak-3 from Tohopekaliga lake! and Idler lakes, (the waters extending .:
be
'hi1gbt: BO justly ana! profitably) bestowed upon them. ; The officers of the federal government have not restrainedthe : all the \voil.s of the character you enquire of heretofore constructed ninety mjle.s north from)! mouth of the river,) would! not only rectum II

I have the honor Your to be, very respectfully, ', Indians to the limits of the "rcserealinn ,-" and while this duty is or partially constructed in Florida. i I vast quantities: of rich sugar lands, now submerged by the overflow

obedient. fcervant, neglected], collisions and conflicts between the savages: and the settlers I. Florida has several capacious and secure harbors, and ofe.iey en of the waters, at certain seasons, but would be the means of facile
E.: C. C.\ BELL near to the lines are inevitable.: Means an now being adopted trance. No less than twenty-six imporiar.t; IUVKRS : tip* l'rcliflo.I I interior communication, and also between every pait of the interior

ClTV OF WASHINGTON, HoUsK OK HlII'S.: ) lo eilcct the removal of time few hundred, warriors and women and I the Krainl, BLsrkira'rr anti Yelloic river, (through St. Mary region and! 'h<; seic.oast, and afibnl! easy and cheap transportation for

J, P. AM>HE**. Esq.. Av"ut. 'J9/A, 150:. children yet remaining (and it i is said in a state, of destitution.! ) on ,!I.. Galve/ bay,) the C/iorfmcti'ii"Jiie, the Apnl1i. (into which all th> produce intended fLr exportation; to foreign ports or shipments
V. S.: Cental. St. Joh,',, .Vrr RI/mrjCk. the lower end of the peninsula, anti] which cfibrls; it is hoped! may be I 1 tie.stIme Ck-t/ai(>nchir. ant 1 th' /-YiV.) the Orlaloclnnee, the f>!. coast\\ i",. The extensive swamp called HaJpalioke would become

DE'ut IK' I cheerfully! comply with the request in your favor of crcssfa] ; but if they fail, prompt awl efficient measures will certainly :; Jflr1.aud \VakuUit, ('lirough St. .!,,.,- or AfJ"tTn'llc bay,) the dry and cultivatable.: And the character cf tint country is such, that .
t'e 1''\\"" in,U to firnih. you Iwmnra1 of the WO! ks of internal 1 be taken by' the Sln'e government to abate this evil, so blighting ; I 1 Yarisya an-1 UciU, tin Sniranrc or LL'lc St. J.JtrHr r.n'1! its trib- the cost nfujch improvement w lld! not be grea' The upper soil
\tNfmftm.J\ :''r tl Lc improvement) : .o rivers and harbors:, }Icrtto. to the prosperity of Florida. I!I utaries the TjIt11111eI, and Alujwhair, marl San4Tl'c. the Wrethli is light nn-l( ('i;) of excavation ; the subtrat-im of clay! with which .
underlain). Florida] and which it i i.s I: anticipated are to be un- i It i is a striking fact in th" history of the. Provinces of Florida, that i kwcliee or Am rrurrt. the IIHIshnrriigh! Kno.\hoffe or Manfifee, it is urulcrkM i is fenacK>uand! prevents the( difficulties so often caused

dertakfn k' tht< General: 1 Government ; or by the SItl; or :s oda. since thrir first discovery by the Spaniards, nearly three centuriesand the Tidarho'rin, or 7Vi rrcrk the CalftixaJinlchr, thf (!., !n, the by Giving f.r 1Olidi! ::. The face of the country is level, end no ma- .
lion Jnit t ; and 'likewise i ns to the general resources (Iflhe State.- a half ago, th" y have never enjoyed twenty successive sears of two Cacimbas, the (;{!ii"a.zr river, llnrnni'x river and Shark river, ;I tprial nbtrtct-? arising! from reck" will be fTiund. The principal It

lou can -JC these notri in any mannerou please, in your forthcoming peace and tranquility, unJist-.irbed i: 1 by domestic warlike conflicts or besides other streams (If t lesser note, flow: from, or through the State, obstacle to the undertaking i that it is of a character vhchrt.nd'rs <
.: Krpojl! tl the Trra l:". ; foreign hostile invasion. They have changed owners and masters ; into the Gulf of Mai en. TI!,,\jil'r/ first named I rivers, extend: into the it necessary: that every portion of it should! be commenced and carried : Jon

There i< not peihnps: any State of the Confederacy, that can bejnore several times.! The late iSUturbances! with the Seminoles! brought State of "\Ia"a rlThe': ." already bear upon their waters to the Florida to completion, simultaneously! and speedily, requiring a large !laboring -

bcac fitted by the construction ofjwlicuu. works internal) 5m- destruction and ruin upon many Floridians( and the insecurity to life Gulf shipping ports, valuable products, which) could he greatly' force, and} united, combined, and concurrent action.

prrcml'ut. and fiy the improvement ; :, than Florida.Thirtyone .- and property since, 13": >, not only deterred emigration to Florida, increased by comparatively artificial 1 "internal improvement*," So too, on the western coast of tho peninsula, the deepening of the
yrar! have elapsed, sir.ce the Provinces of East all WeMFlorida but l.utvlrcds] of worthy and valuable citizens abandoned} their plantations : and thrt value of ibe public and private l.inds in Alabama, contiguous outlets and the! connexion of the river emptying Into the Gulf! with

wcie taken: posjessicm of .vt1ie Tnitcd State under the t treatvofcessioncunr'uled and with their f.unilir.swnt to other southern States, where to them, much enhanced. The Chattahoochie: river is the boundary I the same izmerior waters above m"ntil, wOlld! he eq'xihIy Le1'fi.

i in "<1U. No works of internal improvement; ,I they wouM: not !h.' daily] liable to massacre and devastation, owingto between Alabama! and Georgia; anti \i. navigable for steamboats for cia! The; rat Swahili called the ig Cspressoritt5cenhoofizcoud! '
except the King's"road" in East Florida, and] a short and slaI : the neglect I by the !federal I government of t th; duty of protection. upwards of I liio tidies northward: from its junction with the Flint he J'rcaimC'L! \nd the compl'lion of lIch works on both sides H! 'I
anal. (nv..r completed,) near Like Occhlc; anSI\\ \ De surrey The creation by the term ilm iallptri.alllrcIf! !: Com ten fir a dozen] where they form; Apalachicola.. The Flint extend upwards of would: probably) eiU-ct a means of passage for small coarin"CSJcJ3 :
in) ]I"'a* "', Are.; \'r commenced: by the liiUi.-h 'I Sjianisli' ) gov.ernmfiJts : banks, to three of which were civen territorial bon'l- or guarantiesto I 100 mile.*, into one of, the most productive section- Georgia. The and steamers across the Ptninsnlathcreby avoiJing the perilous! navigition ,'
whilst the IVoviuces were under I the conttol of rither) of I I raise their capital, and the failure of all these corporations prior Oeko'.ockony'! the Oscilla, the Suwanee anti the two first named of i of th- key and reefs farther south, and extending soutlitvfst- I. I

those papers ; and since their transfer f to the United States, various :I to, or in 1:17' : the inability! of any of them to retrieve their credit its tributaries: all extend into Georgia: ; and if all of them are not sus- :, "rrdly.:;m'"ns of a hundred miles from Cape Florida and Cape Sable! ,
circumstances: :Iiivc combined to ictard( the development: of their valuable : and the liability imputed by the f foreign; holders of the -faith bands'' reptible by artificial improvement of being made! navigable; for stram- I into t th* (-'Ii.' ,. I

commercial. agricultural, and other resources. ; and "gua rlin t's"to the S.'a'e of Florida] since organized], for several! ;t boats eta largo class, they can be i made equal to most of the ordinary The Improvement* !:;:!st(>d in thcr twr last! paragraphs are subjects '."1'
Tll fortificationllien near Pen acola, that at St. Marks, tI,1 rr millions of dollars has been a serious drawback to the settlement canals in operation in the \Ii.. fl1c States, to within l tew miles of of comri.: :'nt in th vahnblc: cclln"nt annexed to a report mad

It t Augustine! and an olJ f'lelr. railed Foil Geoige, near and giowth of the State. The State constitution: expressly] inhibits their respective sources, in affording s facilities for the transportation by Senator Ureest of Illinois, from the Committee of Public Linda ..

Bouih: of the liver St.. Jolins.' were r-11 the military defences, woithtnenlioiiing the State legislature! t from, lew, hog nnv. tax lor( the; redemptu of these! (produce to the coast, and] merchandi7.e into the interior. Everyone of the Senat-, at the 1st session21 I Congress, August 29,134?, Doc. .. I
existing H the Provinces at the I cession. rf'l'United J imputed: obligations, ; I those who Hlecteil t the adoption of such, res-trie- of the rivers named, not only at their respective outlets to the No. 'JTJ. (>.!wr important infjnnitl'm as to the agricultural! capabilities : !-
states have since I'tlablisht-d a Navy Yard, and! vvoiksfor the repair i I lion, contenling that the people of the State are not .justly: resporisi.ble. Gulf: !f: but with reference; to their ,naviinti in the inferior, are susceptible : an'( product, and trails! and fisheries, and other resources I''
ofrrssclsof, war, and erected other! foil*, and] }built, a naval! and ia.re for the improvident arts allowed by ( nngr'sof I the Teiritorialauthorities of artificial improvement, the beneficial; elll-cts; (,which of Florida. i i-t to br found ii: the s documents. '

hospital nejir P uacfl: ; are building} J Ibrtilior.tious: : at tie! Tortias who, they ui-i-t. were the crr'IllIfC'Clph'! ] of tederal; legislation would he. commensurate t tu ib- expense incurred. The country at On: the penins'iln a railroad fr..m Tampa bav tofh'? navigable waters :

'; and at Key ; and near the m-i-jth, of 1)i),. St. :!Ial \': and f'leral'! ] executive: power and also that t l';" I bonds werepilrchrueil large woiiM' } not only be 1 benefited; by the promotion and extension of of thf? St John near the head 'fthe navigation o! that river, .,
rh'c; and] ]have: placed the flirt at St. Aiitjr in poc concItiol: : by the hu ,I"rs in disregard of I he ton jition! of the arts ofincorporation. the agricultural 1.1 commercial I interests of the contiguous: region, has been sprn! r,; and will probably! in a very P.'W years I he under

\jul) \vtlir jhlrt cf the extensive and t'xpo.l gulf sea co:4ol: i : :t nil v\ith full I knowledge of nil|| I th,<' fa I's. Some rontrinl a ri'l t llie. devclopefjujut! of new urces of wealth an.l} prosperity that taken.VIiMi the adjacent country becomes more densely populated,
iht' 5\3t'\ i is in nny degree' furtilied ; nor art there proper preparations : al,o", that i the Teiritotial Jruikweie: i c.'uute-l I without any competent the improvements suggested would: cause ; but the facilities lor cheap such work will certainly be constructed.Ano'her .
) made fiir. the con-tnicl inn, ::t an raily peiiod' 1 of such d"f.iccp. J legal power in the Territorial legislative! council therefor.; and ready defence of an extensive coast frontier, (now greatly exI road from Tampa, running nnrth-wardly} up the' penln'u- .t 1 5.

TLe ('!I'A'l'Miiie; und Gulf coast t of the United States! :, Jrom Pas-a-, The annexation: of'I'cxa' first, and the subsequent' acquisition] of I I posed to a foreign maritime cncniy.) that such improvement would la. avfiMf'ig th watercours?? on both sides, and extending as far up ..,)
tlqu.1J.tf the )KI" .1 lt.1 l Norte i? alou::1Of miles! and: l of.this" ex I California and the disruvrry t-f gold! there, also diverted emigration alloid; ; would. be of incalculable! jiationnl advantage. In i fact the as Jacksonville, has b strongly. urged, and hftj manyadrrxates. &. pI

<.: >t and !rec-fs: of FloiMa, S firm St. JM.-iiv's: : around tl..'jVrtugas fiom Florida' to those! Slater. J federal 1 treasury :, I' to most "fthem.w4quju} } more than re-imbur.-cd Above Tampsi; ; on th? peninsula! various projects have been sug- '
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the PCfl1iItconj.ri..e upward uf ]1/JOO) ani-! ., ( -- 0.- -- 4- 1 1 .1 io tnc Atlantic. r-
( with
t :!ndii' ) .t. condition oilier inteinal 1:11-: the public lands] in their vicinity, and their COfli 'qU lIt increased 'all'! aim connect the Iriilt .Mexico)
ttr 8 <3cII ent mentionejl bickx\aid, without al].o adverting, at the .\n.l if undertaken I by a State, or Stales, or by corporate associations i is said that the head waters of the Klssimme i can be connected ;.1'.1'.Il
not
third of the v.hole cc :;t.Willnn pron'nl'nt'htol1t( and a port ion c.ftlll" lands were granted; in aH! of the works, with those at the sources of the St. Johns river, so a.s to be naviga :
a f.-wyears our rois' .wrrr.l/'! 11 S ben commenced: Mime time: t,) them, ns her ajiohffics. Her people are as public proper
pa : : other M-ction but tluirMiergie the Cuited5latC's would be remunerated; by the inerra.caIue of the ble for boats transporting produce.A .
tul ith nv'apre and inade either the necessities of the woik, or to ihf amounts yieldediurrur'i i > have }been 'tilled, by the series of untoward !
to :1.-
soil and a.lantnges !. in the improvements refe-rrrd; to, to an extent quite equal spoken cf as prncticab-! small expense from tin a
lit otherctif: > ?, l J'?s" important! : to the! h.Jl! countrr. survrys' \ Imn-UrL-&l 1') the interest of the State of FIorM.i. Homo years iic--; the Legislature branch of the noble! river St. Johni's, to the navigable! waters
N ;; : has }been con.-tni, :-led th' li-di-ial! jrtvfrnmnt \' f.r im.rII'nt; ( with ficility and h1f'1)flI'' : r .
.1 : or (
by
ci'nn'l 1nro:11 I of I ihe last: nann-d State, direcfV.: an f\anin.itii: of the Xkolockonv ;l\ t.ii".Jckflt'/Cr. or Amirvra.A .
become
in F.ori-ln, but the expenditure of f a few t1a4u-trId: of!ollars, I bv :\11\- ( ( : it iv. It i i.- I l"lit'\.ellloi,1a h l I \i. t"l I lim-d i i in 1 tIII": to of th .
erou.States ot the liver with: a view to its improvement; stml it has also, nt canal frn; the sund: near S.-nyrriT, on the eastern rdgp "
{{[,hU;; I'V.ii'li: waa 1'a'lr1/ .) ir the minimal of ob>truci<-n< in a"populous j 'j and; one of the richest and mot plO=j' Jili :fl'ut times, made examinations wish a viw tu I the improvement Slate to lak'-s! v.-hich are the headwaters of the St. John7 river, a ; .

Imp r>f th :i' T- and. liaibrjr., and) f-r two or thr<4c partial :m\'\'vsofiaip Union.Tho. Cuba of the navigation of thu Cliuttahoochie and Flint rivers ; and it ha- lew miles west of the -racoa t. or from a point on the sound to the ,'
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!nir.t roiits .,! t ndti"! !! character has gin I li-e tl all,vjliun sevc-rc restrictions imposed -, upon S'n.torlal. 1 expended some: money on Jth.Ia"alll:\ has as } et done but little tame waters, some distance i farther south has aUo been suggested. l lA
) ., l\s.t\; ].TiJ't, ran l.an i"*en made lor )wr I IK neilt.; She has: and Porto llico trade, are nbly on"that:iIl'11! fully exposed by serious- I I to prunole the interests of }her southeastern counties, in obtaining facilities railroad from Pilatka, on the S:. John's river, to stich point as .

too, been Miijustlv! reproach,(,l a }b inj: the cause of the immense expendhuri" lory, in his recent pamj'blet. subject. They should are a sell fir transportation of produce to tie Gulfj; ; through Florida. may be ascertained to be the most eligible! on the Gulf! coast, near

so prolit>!:ly made in the Seminole war ; aiid by some j .ie\anee to th" Sat: Hut for those!restriction of dollars} *, we worth of! agricultural an-- j: It i is believed! that the improvement of the 'bays aii'l harbors, and Cedar Keys, or mi'arVaccasa bay, has likewise been spoken o, a!

the i i3 M-\ i n''Iou"ibl i for ail the f>lly, wate, extravagance, impositions ; liually! to those islands, many thousands sliouM! be .rthwith :abrogated (,their outlets to the Gulf; or Sea, can be rendered easier, }less expensive has also a similar work from Jacksonville, on the St. John' ; and also -
p culatln!uml] fiaulcoiiiiuitlecl, ] in that war )by the cin]>l'y< cs products, stock, &c. and The restrictions! interests of the (Cult and tnd morn substantial and permanent; by the adoption of the system one from the mouth ofthft St. Mary's to the pama points on the Gulf.In
of the Jdera1 jroseintn'Mit. tuhu,1 citizens of the State. A Mini. ; if the commercial agrirultural and indeed diking unnecessary: delta or outlets ; and] instead of icmnving bars fict. several different railroads from the west side ofthe St. John's -
consideration
lar ch!!> have lad th-.1 ilfanwu, audacity to impute to her people the -Atlantic Southein( Suites are. entitled to any to section; of- or deepening channels I by cictivalinn/ ; making: portions of them positive river farther down to the Gulf arc in contemplation.
purposed crijnuatioij: t.fths war, and a desire for it* protraction, as a ; ) the dictates (sound% policy and equal justice of tho-e laws.It every. and. immuveablu obstructions ; thereby confining the waters One from Picolati, intended to extend east to St. Augustine : one .

source < pecuniary jr inA devastated frontier of It\'crl }lumdri'dmilpF I the Union, imperatively demand the repeal of the. federal as few channels as possible, anti causing them to t force and deepen from the head I navigation on Black! creek ; and one from Jacksonville
and thu butchery by the savages Hif )hundred of men, \\omen, is proper also, to state here, that the failure: h gov.crnment inhabitants those channels for drbouchenirnl' to the Gulf; or Sea. Especially or a point near'that town, to some point on the Gut% or on th" ,-,'
inJC'mniSpalli
and children\ throu haut the State, and the utter ruin brought upon to fulfil in good faith, its obligation to and 1M 1 when '! on the Mnithcrn Atlantic coast, and in the Gulf; is this plan deem :I Suwannee river, have been spoken o'I. and likewise a railroad from ,'.
11 )' of her citiirus I by, that war, ought to be sufficient to prove thedsity for the spoliations ofl Il l l'J!, 18W: 1811 imarled, I the} I ed to be the most eligible. J i St. Mary's river to the S.iwannee..; Charters have been obtained in

oftnit accusation. Tho!e. who have propagated, or countenanct4i the provinces (then belonging to Spain.) were by to the troops citi. Several ditlerent examinations, reconnaissances, or surveys, have past years from the Florida }legislature for some of the last mentioned .,
of
puc\i\ unscrupulous sUdcra azaiust the people Florida, have of the United States ; and time withholding hostilities protection which COln- j been made, of some of these rivers, and their outlets, and reports works! to he undertaken by corporate associations, hut none of them,
not when challenged, exposed a single case in \\hicli any citizen of zeus of Florida, during the protracted Indian hundreds of furnished, as to t their susceptibility of advantageous i improvement, it is believed, have as yet had any route properly surveyed, preparatory :
the Slate has obtained payment of any demand against the United menced in ISy.: :: ; and the refusal to inllc.mnilthe the many owing to the |! which can 1 be found by reference to the public documents, ofhiicha to carrying out their charters and commencing such work practically. t .
States, fuunJec on fraud ; and, the public records of Confircs*, unr citizens whose property was devastated by sa\ages, list is annexed in note A. Thr routes of two of these contemplated works are laid I
of
of the Fccrl! departments, wi Aerify the declaration, that scores offlondlnc flagrant neglect of the federal government to fulfil refusal its duty atr.Jrd.I others I I That an inland I I water communication from the I Mississippi river, down on the map enclosed to you of one of which it is understood J
the to
:c been / ( payment of just claims or postponed i ing proper protection to them ; and likewise in service, and pay f,r services !I to South Capr, Middle! Florida, could he obtained for l steamboat some, year since a reconnoissance was made by an officer of the :

Utmost frivolous pretexts, and direditlJ1c suspicions.Vittemptsfcavft their just dues for supplies furnished to troop all matters that hate been : of a medium size, and coasting craft, was many years ago, maintained ;, United States army, (Captain BLAKE.) since killed in battle in Mcit : i
l>een made in any instance, by individuals rlaimBgV I rendered the federal government all; are retarded its :i by high authority. The expense necessary to obtain such inland ico. The same officer made a partial survey of the harbor of Tampa 4 I
and have materially pros- .
>Vlrtns to FJurido:! to obtain from the federal treasury claims severely felt in Florida, ;i communication, by canalling between the nearly continuous line of I and of a portion of the eastern coast of the State, and of the sounds < I

Dot (?oR'd in trict iustice : such- di--honorable oxcenlions'! do not ex- per S ity. -I T*_ IK.U.AI.AA A. .i ln. ,..c-, "..' sounds., rumfuiL' narallcl. with the irulfcoatt.j from Saulh Curie.-j contiguous i thereto.,. which arc referred to in the said list documents ,
mime 1 ai&aILjiIu.and ; owe \ 'JIlsalt imputations: against the citizens of the State generally; j The only railroad in Florida, now in operation is : to :Mississippi ; arid by closing the mouths; of one or two streams marked; A. ;

rjustijy the excitement prejudices against them, and the withiowin 1 St. Marks road. It was built! about l-M4by the: an incorporated at the :site : and stopping a l few shoal inlets! ; is really trifling when the immense The 'thorough cut," or "great ship canal," or ship railway," ,

., payment of just demands. \I company. It now runs from Tallahassee: to nea.port, of the bt. advantages to flow from such work la i estimated. But I will not dilate across the head} of the Peninsula, has been written about a great deal, .
Both of tie Provinces, when acquired by the United) States, (
cepng only) a small portion ofcountry around the city of Pensacola, Marks and Wakulla rivers ; a distance thousand bales of cotton ,; afford fall: information: on the subject and demonstrate, to my judgment speeches, and reports, and of newspaper essays, and many :
the n't/rrn extremity ; and the region contiguous to the city ofSt. good condition. Between twenty and thirty merchandize, are an- : the entire practicability efU-cting results especially benefic-I yeais sicc: a board of the United States engineers, at tho head of .I
1 Auii iiiic, and to the lower part of the river St. John'!, in East I I10rua and large amount of other produce, and] crossed the *t. :\1ar1. ial to the Western States, and to Ala.harumd Florida, and when which was (;HXEUAL BERNARD. rruute a partial survey, with a view- I
,} were in the possession warlike and hostile bands ofcavThfi : nually transported over this road. It originally a I I such communication: is extended across thu i'eniiiaiila: to the ocean, to ascertain its practicability, and its cost. IIi report, and maps of '
.. Territories when ceded. were covered with BiitUh and i I' river, and run to a point on the Cay of St. Maiks; or Apalacbe,illagesoul ; I: important to the Atlantic States. i; his survevs, are to be fount! in vol. iv. Ex. Doc. 2d Sess. 20th. Gong.lti' t I

:. 1 titles to lands, some for tracts of several thousands} of acres. I short distance below its present tl'l mintJc, where demolished a flourishing) by an unprecedented 1 I On tIm Atlantic or eastern coast of Florida, above or north of Cape :3-9, Doc. No. 147. Different termini have been indicated on j
e 1'oib.vs! Grant," extending from the St. Mal ks, to the west j ) sprang up, IJUt which was in l 13.: totally which! lives Sable, there roi several important streams, which could also be improved ; the Gulf side, for this work. The St. John's river has generallymen. .- ,
jdcofibe Apalachicola river, und including also, the, site of thecity i hurricane and flood, from the (;uf! by Gen.: many CALL.- by widening, straitening, and! deepening, and by removing obstructions tioned as the moot eligible] terminus of said work, on the Eastern .. 4
of Apalachicola: a and several thousands of acres contiguous were lost. This railroad! is now owned chiefly by has I in the navigation: at comparatively: trii'ir.g: expense, considering bide. An appropriation; of $:OOOO will probably be made at this ,
thereto, furcr.est: and the adjacent islands of St. George and St. I The cost of conduction, of rebuilding it, and of lepairs good probably investment. the benefits that would result theiciiom, in the same way above t :e-sion (,Congress, for the completion of the survey for this work. ,
'lctnt and Dog island, and reaching upwards of sixty mils from ( been $:;>0,0)0() but it i is generally considered to 1m Central a road- mentioned. Whilst time certain practicability effecting the completion of th| !\

te coast into the interior ; covered an area upwards' of one :I If it is intersected bv the contemplated great Brunswick : The sound Ill'hhllhe tongue of land terminating at Cape Florida. stupcnJous and magnificent project, to the full extent anticipated by
Tha
10 hundred thousand acres. Most of the lands which had not been 1 ierea.lcr spoken"of it will increase in value.un.ler8to.xl Georgia desire to connect I receives the Miami river, Little river, Arch creek, Rio Raloncs, and I some of its advocates, has by many, been deemed questionable, (andit
fiousry! ,granted were included in the concessions I by the King ofbpa4n I I Company, hereafter alluded to, it is to ex. Snake creek, and extends several miles north, parallel with the sea seems General BERNARD did not believe in its favorable success,) -
to th Duke of Alagon! the Chevalier' DC Vargas and the ,I 1 with this road ; and projects have been in contemplation and other shore. New river inlet, Jlillsborouffh river and inlet, Jupiter inlet, yet other disinterested and impartial persons, cf a high order of intelligence
tWt made whilst the ofccs- ; tend the Tallahassee road to Thomasville, Georgia, to pointsI and inlet river and and of the location through .
of Pun on Rostro*, clandestinely treaty Such ex. St. Lucia river and inlet, Halifax river Mosquito I possessing accurate knowledge
lon wag being Drgotiatc and which though annulled by a ccxlicil :I I I 1 in Georgia, without reference to the Brunswick company. inlet, Manlanzas river and inlet, St. Augustine harbor, North river, which the canal mu.t be constructed, and ofthe soils to be excavated ;

*Otc treaty, d by, Uie grantees, and those to whom tension will add to its importance. several detached in San Pablo creek, St. John's river, Nassau bay and river, and the I confidently contend, that it is entirely practicable. The immensecost I
t grants hare) been asbigned, to be valid and in force. .\ decision Plunk lloufh arc being projected at miles in points is I river St. Mary's, (the latter being tho boundary between Florida and of the construction of a ship,caaal, is an insuperable obstacle to .
several length, now .
I&8 recently been given by the Unlied Sttes cour in Florida in at Florida-for short distances, und one rival to St. Marks, I I eorgia: ,) are all important points on the Atlantic coast. As is heretofore its being undertaken by the State Florida, or by any association of :
brought upon the Alagon or Iladdey grant, again its validity.'lie in course construction from New Port, (a town the stated, in respect of the Gulf coast between South Cape In individuals there. Thu State constitution contains provisions virtually l'
proraltination since 1821, orthe definitive ascertainment, and6imatian situate a few miles above it, on the St. Marks river,) to Georgialine. I!I Middle! Florida, and the Mississippi ; a nearly! continuous line of in- restraining the Legislature from borrowing money on the fkllk i

Cct> or rejection alleged Spanish titles, have been a seri- law leadingto hind "sound navigation," for coasting crafl and steamboats of the medium and credit of the State, even for such purpose. j
evil t the Stat and aided t retard its bcttlement and progress.n A small private railrpad was constructed a and years mills ago. Bag j I size, drawing six or seven feet, it has been suggested, (and with j Therefore, if such work is undertakenit must bo by the general i
manufactories near
1 ofminy of the Indians from the upper and middle \ Fomth & Simpson's extensive became useless and great plausibility,) may be t-ilocted. from Cape Florida to the mouth government ; and upon the most considerate estimates, founded upon .
it
but .I
alOI to below 29 deg. (N. L.) o the Peninsula, was effrctd. dad, on Black Water river, West Florida, I of the St. Mary's river, by closing securelyand permanently sumo of previous examinations and accurate surveys, by scientific and imnar. (
1825. under the treaty made with th'e chiefs at Camp Moultric, t has been taken 11(. railroad the inlets! mentioned. and by excavating less than thirty mile* of canal tial engineers. The same observations apply _to_ the. construction. of. !. ':
il 1"23"Th: this -measure opened a large portion of the conn- I In 1633: a company was incorporated to build a canal or with St., and by- widening, and deepening, in a few places;, tho natural the ship railway" that has been suggested. lUbe construction o!
t Jo settlement and, when adopted, was generally commended, ex- I to connect the Apalachicola river, (through Lake Wimico,) \ channels of the interior communications now existing ; being the either of these works is ascertained to be feasible! /'it will be beyond .

nce has proved that It was injudicious policy. It has been the I Joseph bay ; at which it was intended to establish a shipping and port I "sounds" and also the "lakes" and rivers, adjacent to, and extending all] question the most important undertaking of the kind i Lathe United ";
prolific cause subsequent troubles and of great sacrifice of HAs and I for the produce brought down the Chattahooche and Flint Apalachicola (with but trifling interruption,) along the entire eastern coast of the Statf s. No one can deny.that its beneficial results will be eminently

Property by the jwop'ft of Florida, and of immense expenditures by river, and from the surrounding country ; and for receiving the City State, and running parallel with the sea shore, at a short distance : na. ;.71al." Whensoever any route iuside of the Gulf of- Mexico ..
rival
) merchandize to the interior ; and us a to that afler such Texas through "eastern Mexico, or by Vera C uz,
te fed go\cnuncut-the ponsibility for which, as before und fi.rwarding therefrom, in'the interior. Audit I has been predicted, whether through .
L.ed, Lal r. be.n most unjustly ] to the inhabitants of the I Apalachicola. A road about nine miles long was put in operation of improvement, the natural effect of the tides from the sea, through the or by Tehuantepcc, to. the Pacific, maybe established a paasfga -
8tate. The measura referred to atriJlec! put' back the State at leatt the but in conequ.-ncQ of the difficulties attending the passage "inlets" remaining open, and of the accumulation of the waters flow- across Florida a* a means speedy and safe travel, and fix the transportation fr.
ifth of a ) bands or towns Indians, located onApaLicnl large eteamboats through the shoal waters of the Lake, it was abandoned ing into the sounds from the interim, and restrained to such outlet to of merchandise, will become imperatively neceasary.ta 3 ,
w* cntry. Fourarg" : they were r in 1839 ; and another road running from St. Joseph, north, the sea ; and the currcns: caused thereby ; would be, not only to increase able the eastern and middle Atlantic States to participate fully in iw ti h

.*?* rmawe ttre ll,183when, the mo\'e'tr. about 30 miles to IOLA. village established on the west side of theApalachicola the depth of the channels of the sounds, but to deepen several benefits of such route. The proposed canal or road may boon 1QCaI. It

,, *"*jr \v6ut of conformity the Arkansas. In 1R35 the stipulations t Miccowukies a mile above the Chipola! river, was constructed construction at an ft-et and: keep open the entrances from the ocean at Augustine, direct and straight linn drawn along ihc, coast frCa. fr4 m
of ;
*:d hr the faEtnceci upwards 8300,000. A brw'gc superior i
tribes (caiccn'rcf/ abo, fe staled, near eiprnse "
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: become the and
New York considerable! de.f. must soon principal THE FLORIDIAN JOURNAL. Ftq
i .ri.to which in sailing from a I fraud which niueb
; I t pass travel, to andfrom, the Eastern and Middle States to Californiaand ----. to disgraced tb. late atiaJ
CoalzacoaJcos -
to t mouth of the Rio ---
: 1 flexion cast must he made,) to th'' ==== : = .. eonctituted
\, Oregon, and the Pacific generally. It is tile natural! and direct can.E* They tbeeiief UplamttlU v "b'
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of TALLAHASSEE
-$*t the gulfsldrtof th,isthmus 7Huunfp.t' selfish local considerations I course of such traveL The sagacious and enterprising merchantsof on Ocn.Pierce, aod were relied upon Vrkt ,
The legislature! of Louisiana, ( in the Pacific trade anti in the tradeto him of unsoundness the
cities on
: the Atlantic engaged NOVEMBER 13 1852. question of South
resolutions asking s to SATURDAY rn
i \; tit a recent session adopted "; Congress China, and to tho East Indies, will also soon discover inch work lavery. Fnw it will be recollected, finally took thitnmp .

'j 1 : : :!. 4. lUftitute; examination citizens! as of tl) the Flo'Wa and "ship of western canal States; and, with patriotic\.i I ise may be used to promote their interests. Outs profitable BUCCOSJS asa TERMS.--Tlirre- Dollars prl"-'annu;of, if the pi i tune!} in in Ohio for Scott, and did all be could to array
nnJ enterprising (a"t'n hatve ?3 50 ifroiJ witl.in six month
pecuniary investment little doubt can 1 be entem tamed. ; the free oil r* of that State in Li. mTor" -while
f l t V forecast, look! to the ascertainment of !its t: (practicability ai a result nfih f I of.ilfribinp: and 4 tit) at the end of the "t.'ar.J- FOQ>
i iigh4 Importance to the gl't'rlltlreit" of the whole coii1lt'racy A canal from St. Andrews Bay to the Chipola river, has been con vcrti*.'ment.fW Dollar pr square nil? lines for til't. I after contnVutinif all in his power.to kelp Scotc !in a

1 1 '!; ? well to th.tlantlc, southern, northern, eastern l, middle!! template.! for many years' and an association has been incorpo atedto ) and Fifty Cent for all ul-qutnt insi-rtii'ns. Aniiouihvincnfe Sooth by deirfecmtii Pierce came ott ea tie aTe cf
; t ; as the Gulf and Mis- construct such work. Full surveys have been made, and the I rmiJulato*. Five lVHar each nlmuit' I the election "ith tbe most kmtl.s ine and
; the Pacific to i'gtltbg
and interior State, and those! on as and Marriage -

3 ot constructing cither a canal or a railroad: fully demon > > jmM in advance. Kelr.i iulI'4. Obituary _.i attack OB the eleniecratic candidate
; fa.ri'i.atc feasibility ,
that I it v.i.11; de&ocreiag
Atlantic merchants see jrreally I Liaj
r-I I -II "ppi States. Our who Noticed not exceeding 12 lim-s will be pisllilietlemu's. .
I : with strated. It is in the hands: ; of citizens of respectab 1 t ty, possess I because of Li* devotion to Ja Vft
but of
I 9: ; I !': our future trade, IK>I only \ulh the Picifu: generally, C 'Xoccrtiticatcs of the publication estate -- N1. quote from .
) China and with thc East Indies. means to complete it, with such nsit nice as may be afforded by or l bgaI iK'tioeo of f any ilWriptk will be giveu F.>', paper (the Concord Dttnoroitt the 28tLVV.Ur.
l RESULT.
'1 r. "I II die and by the State. Extensive tracts of valuable ntH the! advertising fee is >aU.S ). THE I in
I :i Whatever doubts be entertained as to I the practicability of theconstruction I' general government | If any man the South has U :
the
.1 !
; : i may of this work have been reserved ELECTORAL; VOTE.
Till
'. lands in the \icinity I
; rail' public
nnd successful operation of a ", hlp canal" or "ship ,I testimony (.f this fcypoeritiea) knave to doubt GfD.,
;. 1 United States for naval These reser- We to-day the publication of a Nov. 185i. q'ov. lQ.tS.
'f doubted th canals t for boats draw j\ from sale by the purposes. : commence let Iii, hasten to eU him
; t .. acro s the peninsula, it i is not it h'Dens. Pierce, ) now jcttice.v
: i Itions profitless, and t.e! lands should be sold. Their bnheld I Ii highly intcres>tJug letter {Mil the BOIL Mr. Cabcll to StrctS. Pi rtt, Scott Cad, ,
of are
l ; iug til or seven a ieet water mhe made, either ti 0,11 the head ; V lJ'hig. Jh'JI. W1d-.!: quote these tliiog at tlij Iat day folely to
j Ai 4 at is injurious to the country in which they are sit. J. D. Arnlre! ', Esq.: relative fci Florula and her re- I correct
i
/1\. navigation on lack crcek'or from one of the two southernmostriver. I as present, : L i,: the record, anal 1 to let our readers,ee that Gen.Pure,',
Johns ., uaU'd. Sound and judicious policy demands that the federal and .oun-es. It will bo completed in our nest. No.or .
:. '' f( prongs or hranchl's ofdj St. Mary river, or from the St. Xu. uv i j: worst cuemiel at the North are obliged finally to
.1 .1I lG. river, dir'ctly to Iht' cnpdOlIdecp! and nevcr.'iilinr! ]like, called I State governments, both should encourage the s|eedy construction I :1':: The (-;leneral- -'s'mbyof-s Florida meets at '' 09' ELwroas, 0(0r.lLM'OItl4 _"'. lis soundness on the sectional cmetion; admit
4 of the cannl or road from St. Andrews Bay.; ) The I Bay has H good I I 1. Alabama.. .. 'I 9 -
4! $ "Ot a71 POlld, about tliity ml's! vestwardly of (\hitesVLllt', on the C.ipit in this erty on IlIulbthe, 22J instant. j jMovoTir 4 -I ,! GE:'. PIEJ.CIS Pcwmox.-Tie positi-oncf
harbor. Arkan&II"u. Gfntrtl
: ) .dI1l1 it is safe and capacious 2. _
th'St Johns I entrance for large H'E a ___ __ __ _
.tIp :} Black credc( and ahout allrtv miles. from Jacksonnl1, on I 3. C.ulIl\l'.ticI11.. ,. I tI. f Pierce upon tie) slavery! question i* too well known to
.4.1 .1 r t From this lake it i issupposed* such canal can be continued to I r Intel seeling as such work probably would, (by an extension for a : 8nan (l'"st'-A specimen of ribband f C'alifufllia.l uNew State. all the people of New ilanipfhtre to need a rtcapito.%

1,. '. I I, the navigable waters of the SmtatTce, and I by the improvement of thenaurjation I short distance into the interior,) the great central State railroad : its cane: nist-J on the plantation ot Mr.[ A. Gregory 0(1{ 5. nda"l.rl.. .. 3 3 lation at tilLs. time by us. /run tie Jit tt icy ACrf,,_

:if 4.r. of that ihvr and e f the Siiwanee tothe gulf can: also with- : completion at once will be valuable auxiliary to the cheap and i I Gadndi county, ha been tent u!, \ibich is ban 1 toi I 6. .FIoi.a.. .. 3 3 .! tend C" 'gf't loll day that he r'tigindundtamlhi t.

4 e fiubl and the is not estimated I to 1 be so : speedy construction of the latter. bvat in ancountry.. It has twenty joints and 7. (1pflI"Jia..l0 10 p'HTtiun KU* airtryi of on ally nf lar'
;: f. cut d be con ,tnicted, expense : mt'fLI4-1 8. Inililllla,, .. .13 1 \ Dunn all the} long ftrtwrglewhich ended jn |11. tt
I jj 't It is believed also ; The State legislature, however, (under the advice of the State ures nine f et in If nath. Two othirs cut ( ,
investment. be ,
I of
: great, as to render' it an injudicious I 9. IlIcuot _. 11 9 i umr>h of the right jietiyoD stood up ,r f koetJed
.t' 1r! .f bv' norne persons t that} a nmilar canal 1 for boats, commencing at the I Board! of I Internal! Improvements: composed of citizens from 1 each ,i same field. mcaMireil wdrc fret each. These are extraordinary ;, 10. Iowa. . .. .1 oj I down aa bia J3"Ulher meters de-tired JV"!'/ ""u
I t ,.: r }head of na\igation near the great southern bend of the St. )Iar)' I section of the Stale,) will it is expected, this fall, when its biennial I'! : sizes for this latitude 11. K.ntul'h.- 12 12 t\ muff!! raid I'H lihalftftt J\'ottk errr t'nti ". A

r f river and running acros" near to the southern margin of the vast lakeor session is held, devise some additional measures, for carrying out I II I --- 12. hiauaiiani.. .. 6 Ii >.. Not a vote dial he gjve AhichcouU md"k'Ir
r. .T, : *"" We iinlrbteJ to fiirnd in Hiur.ilton 8 I that his 'nnr h.g mother was ('t as Tblak
furt .
t ; internal to llioso heretofore J are a ) 13. arvlllll..I. . a u slavery
of improvement, I I
and to the head waters of tho the most judicious plans: .
F .y fJ' : called OAr/cnoXer, directly I itself that I be breathed the frebh
ever
swamp & tar fri,
of :I tie vote in that County. Pierce 104, Scott 29-rua'jurity 1. Mi.oibsippi.. a air<>
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1 r \ : Suwunee, with proper improvements to the navigation of the St. adopted. The schemes, wiles, and intrigues speculators fir PierenuaI 75. 15, )11 .ur&. .. 9 1 I I the land on wlione boil repose the ashes eta Sbrlt a
Khuj.
I.a and would Le benrficial I and pecuniary, and political, it may bo anticiaated: l, will in .; i j Scammol!l. or even a-PUKCE. '
.. f..1 Marv's and Suwanee river*! i is practicable, highly jobbers, I _u_ ,,1r.. Maine.. . S 9 *I
n t t' as a means transportation ot produce.lumber naval stores and Florida, (as sad experience has proved in other States,) have to LeI: M. A. LONO, -:
.' ; 4- m-rrhandise, and that it would a'so drain and reclaim tens of thous. ,i' encountered and. overcome, and thwarted, by the just and patriotic i|i jsi!tflefk by the illtl'1li cnce" that our townsmm.: : Michigan .... .. f s and challenges.,d fot-s and'ke friends like to free Low U.a he n't,
; 6 here. a-t or a naa !
"
New even "W.th
19. s -
;.. ;. unds of acres of the richest lands in that region. Such work would i! citizen. Attempts by means direct. and indirect, to appropriate the" I I MFIMCTS A. L(rqfi. Isq! had been dan ')' ->ly attack-' )a). Ne'av .JtrBf'\"u.JInmpbLire.. .. j 'iI : self burned brand oti his brow he a-l for frttm tli i)',.

4 :.f be greatly beneficial to the Slate of Georgiahich. State! has heretofore | lands given to the State for purposes of internal improvement; 'ej with hemorrhage of the gtomarh. while in attend |I 1. SIW Y..rk:. .. : M, I votes. S.knmly pklged I l tbe r. servile in the[rutlJt

:,I ,, ,1.' made eiaminations and sun'C'Wit. h a view t.its conI i the swamp lands ;" and every other 1\\'aiJ..hlt. resource, to objects nivf on the Circuit Court at Montirello. His family 2!. North Carolina.. .10 11 as helia* bn in tIe: pit Le desires tie eii:(>Uia s.

'."", ..'" ". FtrtlC'_1 In. : merely local,sectional, aUll st'ltih, will,it niav bc t'onjl'cturc.d,1.H' made; were sent for, :m.llli--numerous friend f..arellllel'l/ultl'',,23.0Lio. .. .. ..2: :3 tts (.f New IIarnr!Iire to help -Iwtte tim to a prt*

V,. ,. I ; '1 A: railroad II.IB been projected from Brunswick, Georgia, to life : but the ,let'iiess! ,'igilailce of the guantialls of tile public anti gonerat : not survive. We are pleased. Low-ever, now to an '! 21.5. Rhoda Pt'msyll.lIil.27 1\lan.1. .. 4 -- -- 26 4 !f wL cip'e-r.:1.e nod n:Biitft-rin ay ctill:muTe humanity-rii.-hnclv nrnJe-r trample his teL free pria

I ," : Gulf: cov-t: oir which coast different point1 for its termination have :1 weal, will be faithfully exerted to prevent any combinations for such nouncc that Mr. IA ha' al.nost entirely recovered, 811t l 2G! South Carulina. 8 9 D
1. been indicated. It is st-ited t that an association is now being organised ': purposes being successful. That cliques having their own interestsi has returned to his residence near this city, chertit i istaape.l !7.TaAnusee.- 12 13 Will you l be rtt pon;ible b .ne Cud f'r the f\\trh1"

;" 't' 1:' i to raise funds and commence such work Some years since I i exclusively in view, have so often elsewhere been able to consummate tLat ret and quu-t tvill ''lln> restore Lira to :! 2.Texau... .. 4 4 I and wrongs of a (U'iiblci8till r>re.sa'ltry! _:-
; nade I their will admonish the executive and legislature to 29. Vcrm'nt.- 6 I I tration f'r the next fouryears I You cannot :
; and fee ted were designs, jt j '
J rcconnoi.nc's some r
partial unpei surveys 1 jind .fulness. Mr. Ti'nz' is the elected latk.nn
9 health nw Jy
the w&
Pin
17 Franklin on i> of his ,
; :::0. Virgit.ia..1. party to _
I. % t ::.. of such work, from Brunswick, on two ifft.'rl'lIt route.! entering Middle t watchfulness and! caution. I pi ice the firmest reliance on the intelligence 'oatnr from, this, County to the Jrrifral: Assembly.I ; ::l. Wbconsin.. 5 i he cordially and heartily se-uts," \.ithout iiwui I'I a-

; Florida ; but from circumstances: not fully understood, the commencement ': patriotism, and prudence, of those department of the ,: '- : i guinet Gt 11\1 agiiu't hU .anrt\. against jour count.

(4:4' of the work was postponed, and the results of the s-ur- 1 government of my State, in this regard. j I -Jack n County. !I Total. .. .:;; 42 127 163 and! agK tl6t the n.naori"l1 ;|" all these glorious m;"B

: "I. : i >eva have never been made public. Unless the proposed! work should I The cost of the great Crntral I'lcrlila Rail Road, it has been estimated \:! llii-i ftrr-njj vii) ; cot.iity has "lliirnmtjr"'d" on the I IPrffuleistial 42 127i : who livid" anti sufere, anal died- to make that toua-

I f" cn'ter FIo..id\ much farther to the cast than has been staled is intended : xvill not probably, fall short of four millions of dollars. vote. Scr.tt hat 250-I'ieree 260-a tit. > try frt:.
.
.' ''t I and become connected with the great trunk or Central railroad The proceeds of the sales of town lots at the extrerrfe termini, and It ;jjive n majority for CaMl of 121, Ward I of IK:.- i' Pk-rct's; majority. ..212 Taylur'a majority. S 5J I rLCEIDA.

> )0 < }licrwifu-r, spoken of, so that it would result to some benefit to East I': at \end points on the route where the trade of the surrounding ';' This. is prettY eonsiiJerablc! of a change' in one month_ j i We have but f:w returns of tl:e r etnl eleetioB is

4-.' Floiid.i: \\i\1..c regarded with disfavor in that section of the State j j i country will be concentrated, will go far in aid of the work. Hut \ "e rcmernbtr the time when] bits were made and won J' THE; ELECTORAL MAJORITIES SINCE 1828. ;: this State. SLtHci'ent. however, is Icnown ro satisfj

". 4 and me4! with such opposition as probably will prevent its extension |: unll'5s.the federal government does, as it should! do, grant to the ,> that n democratic candidate could! not get 100 votes ; JaksM. ':, (Denr.) majority in 1828. . . t'5 !, us that Pierce and King vill have some lf.00
: .. .. .152i rnxjori-
both titles of th, road l its entire line i I'I i, 1SS2:;
It would be a competitor and Stale alternate sections on .i < on I Irj
into the State at alL certainly in Jacnson. ,
.
i VanRtn-tM. 1S3C. .. 17 !i ty. We give below such report a* LaTe readied: u& :
lival the Central Florida. railroad, if allowed to abstract from it and for &e\"eralmi1es laterally, ns the State has not at present adequate -- -- I'
01
"" ;:; Ittr 1'ioni Franklin) states Hurri-WR (whig) ISto' . .. . ,174iVik Pv'tf. Sta't.
the south-western travel and transportation, for the benefit ol Southern means for its construction, it will probably be deterred. :,, A j'lirutc r county ** (iiVm.) 1'44* .. .. 65 Jacki(.n. ;if f lf

<.. 'f Georgia, by 1 Ieaing the State of Florida in the western section.) Few foreign capitalists are disposed) to ernbaik in such an under taking that the! majority__ _for. PK_. rre i ii M' in- that.__County.C5fA I| Ta>Wnwh"ir( ) H 11\4'i. . . . T.6 Frankhn, fot' maio

r the Gulf coast investment of their means, especially when the Presidential( tote rcrc.BNUni.( .) 1352. . ..212i (ad.reu! a 1 !
: To all the Eug r<*&ted improvements terminating on as a permanent l ltttr from I"vy pve* ; : .
i J.t- :?ra 5
( '
.., near to the iltlta of the Suwannce, some persons have objected that proposed work is in a country distant fro'ii them, and: the progress at At"ffiia Otie ((Vilar K.'\'f' prtcinct. 1'it.rcc nud;' t WakuIIn! -- 161 11J

4 i I formidable tlltHcs'tie* will be cnco.mteied to their succeed operalion I i anti condact of which work 1 they cannot personally attend to : and I Kiii; 20- oiitt and (;ir:.Lirn .". !i! The followlr.fr summary ( f the result In the several J J.ffr'u 3:

owi.ij; t.) the want of a bare: and goodJiurbor: there, of easy acccfii I the assi .tat.ce of those who may sub.-ciibe for Aoras a matter oi - -- -- St.-kt- viithr fiom our .-xchsnge* : Madlst-n. 5C5 11$

:..car to the shore for vessels drawing over seu-n or eight feet, I present speculation by it. sali', is generally of d"IItful'allll.. 1 tji- We K-ani th.atthe I Kcv Kt*. .\'Hwill d<- '' .MAINE.i -i'i 'rccprobable! rna; rity. about 12O ,- I Columbia, 143

i" anu owing: aUo to alleged hazards: Attending to approach of that ,, append hereto a statement obtained from the General Land Oilier, Jh i r a .urr.e a.f IJttrarv, ta-etartt i i iLIs 1 : city: iluiincfh. (II. I; C-i-s" im-rity.| 15 5. ;' \racllU3 . (::9 110

4. J1i: :t of tlio Gulf; coast. 1 1,10 not, however, hesitate to say, that I reUirJ ,, market! ((',) exhibiting the} number of acres of public la-ids in 1 Florida I .- Ia,.'ii'h ',1 I 1'(('ml"4)-r. A' 1"1 iti'-ri ofil)I.f' j.r<-- -edtr i it is ,. N K'.V IIA MPaH I:I:EL-Herce'i probable majority f'UT.t - 104 9Itaijiiitrin. 29

these objci,j ?lions ot" fallacious ; and that safe nnd good harbors surveyed" and unMirveyed' on the :-30ili of June, 18."il 1 ; k Jt'\'ut..J 'the M.f-iuic; In,t.tuti.nof thU cit. ver Sc 'tt. 15 lIyO; Ca.s'- majority 1?,' 8Z. t S:. JoLw ,43.

Jyr vessel: uf twelve or fifteen feet draft can be found, and \\hiih nloo the quantity (11; m/ for :;iI.;" and the quantity 'wIj! ,'' up to I DEJI: (. UCYX' VICTORY:( :! MASSACIIL'rfElTH.- :2t 0)2. Pierce, 4ro,- .( These figures slio-* a majority for Pierce and Kirg-.

can also b; jjre.ttly improvt'd by artificial means. the s.irne day, and other authentic and valuable intorrnatiou as to ___ __ f I II :312 ; H.il.\ ,,"ltj ; \Vt-b-ttr, St50 ; Taylor's nnyeirity -f in the twelve counties reported.of 11S9. The remain-

Tne first great work to be undertaken by the State of Florida i i,1, the federal domain in the State. Hy a reference to the last annual Triumphant Election of Pierce and King 22,7 3. lug Counties will; bring it up to liOO or more.
the time tire I Trunk tho General; Land Office it will be that (Ohio with --, -- --. ,- -
m: my jsdjrue.t: u'l.jaestiyinbly! : at present' or : report of t-een an YEIO'lO.T.--jtfl majc-rity over Pierre, atx.utCOO'
.' Cfrir:! ratlrad! cl)1nhieriZ: at Pcusacola and running eaEtwanlly : area of 1 iv ajlftjO, () acres Irs than Florida, has received grants in : Many of our readers are already: a'quaiiitedwith '. a '); T.nl.r. ,' in.ijnty, 12.17 j I The New York //. raid of Thursday tie 4tL,.moral'zes -

f.-ca D-.' -p'ilit' at the opposite; side of Pensacol.i bay: :tong or as I' aid! of Internnl Imftrocrmcnts" for OS I 1,135 I: acres more than I Florj i': the joyful intelligence that PIKHCK AND! KING RHODE) ISLAND,-Pierce, 3,585 ; Scott, 7,515 ; on the result c-f the Prellr! >tial election. TL*

; near the! route of the old Bellamy or Federal ro.-ul: nt: I is practicable, j ida;-I Indiana with an area of I lU,:>i>:3.MO, } ; acres /rv.c, has received IIW J I-, h.ne been eleeted to the I'recMrtiey and! Vice I'rtsi- Ta\l"r's majority, 3,0"9 ; Pit-roe's majority. 1.071. prophecy of Mr. Webster.? says that paper, ** tLat 'after -

to the river St.t Join.s, tli > elisfince being about three hundred and I t, (lil acres wore ; Iowa with an area of :,:UHlliO() acre less, .I dcnT. bv a majority; uiiparallelled! in the }Lr tory of'parties COSS t-CTICGT.-I'idc.t: majority o\crott, 2- the second of November, the wLig party as a .-

t i': h'ftj 1IIC5.! A road can be run from St. Johns to St. Augustine, has: received ". ).07S acres more than Florida: and claims (and jut. ,'!I in this country. TWESTl--* -\"ES: of the 5.V ; fa>l>u"d ronj}'rity, 3.2CS. : tinn l party, will exist ouly in tk.t ry.'"'C apprth.iJ,

from Jack volume thirty-eight miles! nnd from 1'icolati eighteen ly) 900,000 i ia; addition, as having boon granted{ l ; making I 1J'25,0'JN I :{n Htalt" of :Jii-: Union lave t.i-t theirote? in theirt.iorr NEW YOIIK.-ZJ.iji.rity r"r I'ltrce in the city, I b"ins its fulfilnient tLi r'l rrlling. Tie ties L.'ob

S miles. AH the different soction.'d, intcretts of the upper portions! off acres more than Florida ; Wisconsin with an area of ::3-i'20,100/; / ', thus phiin! the reins of povcinnunt in their 11.021, luring a *Iii;J.'s siuaae 1S58 of 21,193 ; I'i rce'l'- Lave heretofore bound the *Lig national party tegrth-

the Stale would be promoted' by such work. Lateral railroads, to has received 3;;SIOO acres more than Florida ; Illinois with an area LandkutL: a unanimity nftoumhn and! oveni helming.Xo majority in the wh"l* State will exceed 25,000; Tsy-i er are riven m twain. In truth. there Las been Let a

I necessary points on the Gulf constand' to the towns where the coun- :, of '2, !7j'O: le. *, has received t2,2lfl! t.)IU acres, (thi Central railroad landid.ati-s; for the IV.!ri
try trade i is carried on uorth of the main road, cani<* made. "These grant,) more than Florida ; and :t similar Nproportion! will be I iU'-h a majority at a contested! eltetioii. A result! so1unpreccilcnteil I NEW JEI .-Pierre'* majority will reach 5- ious of the party tir.ee the last f-ital Baitimcre Coci -

I lateral rotds could be extended into Alabama and! Georgia; ; and : seen to exist with reBpc-ct to oilier States And with re pect to donations ; stamjw the prineiples of f the Democratic 50U; Taylor's majority.:'>. i nn:<'n. TIle wed sown broadeast over New York

"fit .4'. when it may be deemed advisable, connected with tIle niilro.'idb in :; for schools, &c., a like disproportion exists between, the r.l-! ; i party of thi-t Uninn with the emphatic approbation Ilerce's -will reach and 1 the North, by Swardand LIe icstrumect e f alulr -
PENNSYLVANIA.
niftjority
.,. thnsr.jSUt.es. : and in, a 1 iVw venrsnot UHTelv.FUipV'JvjHiti 'rj'anrri'iiatually 1 ces wlfrlU] 'jtouMa'na is reported! as having K,877V.ft" : ) ) \j-S( of ,!. hat r,-5>.ii"e. of the n'tfinpt., of tl.f Co.wLi_ :leaders. : to_..f4,>Ntupf'n : &,IJlIO' ; 'r.\yl..r3 inij,1| :, ,',.,aDELAWARE. .. : !;>n oedition.\t.1 I pr.xlucrd its. bitter frbiu. A chum

:. : btiengtiiencd! by )bands of iron TIle sugar, cotton, tnbaoro, : swamp laiKXvMicliigrm, : and Aiknir'as each upwards of fci/r millions ). tlie country a 'an.lilatc ,\Laa hail never exhibited ) .-P-i-ice's Qjaje-iity; 25 ; TayLrV too deep and wi.le t*> be elo ed up>or btid ed OTO

/ : rice, sisal, hemp, tar, turpentine, rosin: and roaluous oils and lumber, and nlutlf{ ; :Mississippi i 2.423H.iS7:} ) aeie; I Illinois 1V, {?3-11'2, i ', I' any "aptitude"; fir mil lifi-," aId vrho was emphatillv -: majority. 523.3IAlVLAND.J'jeree'. I!| had been made bet-rem the Seward faction and the

: and other products of those fertile regions, can be speedily, cheaply Missouri 1,a I->2b7 ; Wisconsin l.-25'2W) !) ; Florida i is set down as the nominee, of th'LLrLer-law: i j majority is 5.5's7. and the ;, whige of the S>uthand their conserrative brethren

I and tafely trniibported to market. either on the Gulf Atlantic, or 1 I having f>0'2,170( acres t 1 but this It is understood I to be is because all '11.1: r''lt and! tfacht-s partv. counties r.f Charles ami, St. Mary's to be heard from. the North and their final separation was inevitable.j .-

... f for exportation to foreign ports, or shipment coastwise, in time of 1: those lands in the regions yet unsurveyed are not yet ofliciallv reported !I dem' crati.: % glori"ii r.f the North* triumph i j4 : to nl abide that the h which will reduce j.Njut 5i.0; Taylo.-'s majority, 3- j. Las come. The national "wLig party is 1:Jhed.It -

4 I war or of pence ; and in time of war material: aid for the defence of : nor have the State: designations i progressed as far as theot"' party willing :: I.-. ( exisU only in bi.t..o'. : It was, but is no more.
the .n.titllti and its .
the coast againt foreign assault at any quarter of the State can always :I er States mentioned.! The0:111I1' lands in Florida will ploJaIy! ill guarantee.In the,election I.f YmGISI.Pitrl'e'majf rity will be 15,000;I We may, therefore, anticipate at tIle nut thraj

i be! at once furnished from the interior. Yet in the construction exceed those in any other State. Most of the lands: heretofore offered ( "n. I'i'-P-e w'.I':1\'e tinrenewed as"ur nc.- that the Cass's majority, 1.473. !j iu e-rder, the r rganizat t. of the shattered elements

: L of such work, the just share of the general improvement fund of and yet remaining unsold. (and Mxteen-seventeenths of the f'l:iiivt.: *l. \e lawh tI b. re. >pccteil audits! pro\i-:- i i NORTH CAROL1YA.-The TO C is close but the f of the late wLig party. There cnn be lit> m>re fratcrnizinj -

tho State, due to that section detached from the immediate] and direct : lands ojftrol arc yet f"sold"il.1! ) remain unsold for 1I1:1I1JI's to i ious c&f..rccal.: It teaches ul h, that the f fo.i.-it[ of LijjL- State has gone for Pierce by a small majority ; Taylor's ; ;, on their Baltimore resolutions, between South-

advantages and conveniences of this road, and lying farther come, unless some of the public improvements suggested( should 1 enhance i, er-l.i\vwm.: whi.h boignalSy triuniphed in the 11' nui majority, 8.590. i ern whigs and th.; cvborts of Sewardism. The former

.a J. :.A j south than its effects would be felt, should not be expended, but their '.t111t't least el even.t we!ithi.s of aTftho I I l lands in the ; nation i-f Gen. S
f should! be scrupulously retained for the benefit of such section. The State are yet owned! by, the (I'riited Stales. .\ very large portion of 1!: s.iae of ju..t ice I'.1 the pplt of 'the Nutb, wlo: repu- I I cast by the Lt'gillltureunioimol1"Iy fur Pierce and f together with the conservative whigs of the North, fir

facilities such road would afford the federal 1 government for the thrm'In if the principal] improvements' suggested should he nade, '. hate the High Priests of abolition.ward and Gree- .; King. General Cass received her electoral vote in f they. are now too late to fall in with the national dem-

: cheap and rapid! transportation of the mails in times of peace, and would not probably for some time afterwards 1 be sold at the presentminimum Kyby placing in the Presidcnti.il chair,iu the language I;i 19H. i cratic party. The Seward tiction may be expected

I ," the like facilities! given far tho transportation in time of war or price of'the public lands.: The fact that of I;,( 1,1111 1 of the Lvtt'-r, "the most ProscriPtive pro-slaterv Hunker -:: GEORGIA.; -Pierc-j's majority ovor all about 10- to show the cloven (,'. Theiir national alternative.

4 troop, munitions of war, and subsistence i would be of incalculable acres surveyed and offered for sale prior' to June, 1851 I but 1,000-()) : in all New England." A majority of 2:,(X'U in :: (''OC. T.iylor's majority was 2.890.ALABAMA. I to join i the free soil and alxTition faeti.i of all shades
.
t natkmal Icn'jit. The I liver St. Johns, which i ia generally spoken of -107) acres have been sold, (mill many of them have been offend for I j S'W.rk i is the death blow t4j Sewardism in that i I .-Pien-e's majority will reach 1/j, in the formation of a great overshadowing Northern

aa the eastern termius) of the central railroad, extends from its mouth ,I sale for twenty-seven, twenty-five, twenty, fifteen, or ten vtars.) ; State, and henceforth that crafty leader of S"rthem. Cass majority was 8I.MlSSlSill'I'I.R. I. ) I anti-slavery party.-with Sewar at the Lead, and Gree-

4 '4' f i three hundred! miles south, miming' neatly in tho middle of the peninsular proves that in the present slate of things they are utterly worthless I whiggery may be considered! as throttled. Such a (:, turns received indicate tha* the !ler at the tail. But the back of the serpent is broken,

I .t I its sources being chains of large'lakes extending south beyond I to the U IIItt'd5tall's.. On the; proposed routes of the great central 1! deed i* worthy the people of the Empire State of the I t, majority for Pierce will be t and a few more lusty Mows -will kill it outright

t the sources of the Kis inune. The bar at the entrance of the railroad there are, in different sections of the State, vast tracts of North.Jen.. 819.LOUISIASAPiere&s. over 10,000. Cage's ma- **The Democratic party have DOW a splendid career

,': :t. Johns cannot ordinarily be passed by vessels drawing over thirteen i these lands, at present of no value to the general' government, to the ( Pierce will surround himself with a party in joriry was open before them, and It they fail to appropriate it to
will be abtut
foot, but inside it navigable by vessels of twenty-fivc-feet draft. i State, or to individuals.I 1 1 Rich{ and exhaustless beds of marl arc to I i, the North which will sustain his admini-tration:, while, 5y_,. majority 1- 4 the proper advancement of all the great interests cf

t ,* ft> far up as Jacksonville, and by those drawing tw'elvc feet up to 1 j be found in several sections of the State. Those at Alum lllnff on I if he in true to the constitution, and continues imliglnan'ly I Taylor's majority was 2,890. I the country, domestic and foreign, they will he Led! to
4 Lake I ARKANSAS. hing heard from this State. The
k George, and two feet water can he had to Lake Poinsett. ; the Apalachicola river, but a short distance from the place where to frown upon all sectional fanaticism,the South their responsibility in due season. But we shall lock

p j': Tire tide veins to have influence at Volusin. The trade of the river ( the threat central road will probably cross, are of great value. That i will stand by him and hold up bis hands-thus will I majority for Pierce will be very large. Cass's majority i to Gen. Pierce's administration for a doiEMti policy

C: at present is chiefly lumber. More than thirteen large lumber mills j I i road alone will, by the cheap transportation; of the marl, afford (faI !i his IVla"iuiltrntjun cement the Union together in amore ; wa" 1.712. and a foreign policy wLicL shall not only promote tie

(mostly steam) are on the! \'er a-bo\e and below Jacksonville, the I cilities for fertilizing the 1 lands contiguous to it in (\..t'rsection of enduring Iwind of fraternity. I.1 IISSOCItI.-Piewt8' majority about 16000. j internal glory and prosperity of the Union, but the txf -

principal! town upon the river. About :&0 vessels annually are loaded the State, but especially* in mirldlr and west Florida ; and at the I( That he will l he a President ,.f t the pmple and not' Cas, majorityvra 7,40(5.( f tension of it* power and influence aicocg the naticM'of
willi lumber and produce on the St. Johns. The quantity lum same time time lumber tar rosin and resinous that !i i' TENNESSEF.-Ik1jnrts are contradictory, but it is "
turpentine, oils of a pnrty, andnil! realize the warmest hopes "f IIi, the earth.
her annually: I bhipped from the St. Johns river ; i believed the State has fur Scott. .
is
estimated 50 be obtained from most of f such lands gone Taylor's majority
their thus
: may prior to being ; supporters and friend l*, we do not for a moment doubt..
4 000,000() of J' t.11. effort will be made this fall to wa. fi,28C. it- .
4 : deepen tho water i, prepared for and put in cultivation, could be readily convened to The New YOlk Journal of Cinnmtrce liaiul-mincly I Taking Coolly.j
t. on the bar, which it is sanguinely anticipated: can be done so as market by the same moans. i We be-lieve that Mr. Pierce will administer 'i| KE jCKY.-Sc.tt i is said to have wrri-d the j \ have Lad no paper on our exchange list which
j say
and to admit vessels at low water drawing twenty or 'twenty-live feet, I Florida is the fifth State in she in the confederacy. Her area is the Government wi-tly and xrell. II! belongs to a State by a small vote. Taylor's majority was 17- I J bragged more luc-tily before the election or which

4 by an expenditure of about twenty thousand dollars. Should !>/! ,R square miles, or 37,931,5'20! : acres. She r adran- j I 421. j worked Larder, anal xvith less regard to fairness than
an old staid reliable and
possesses g-xxl stock,- patriotic. He will :
it bo ,
effected, though it bhould) cast t'E.'nttiml.'s. such amount it I I taeUII] by other State of Hie i j INDIANNA.-Pierre's majority will be I the Richmond Whig. Hence we have looked into tieWVijr
no fully 20.
Union.
HUE1.0 .
__ _
..,..1.1 q__ .,:__ ." !.f p .4 ? :":fPHKSEXT OK un ALT. THE i resist extremes. lie will be a President for the whole : -
>vuuiu lit: a WI"'C iiispobuiori 01 me 11I011 J In this work UNITED [ 000. CIlS 'S 'II with not little
) case succeeds I: : STATES, TAN C-ILTIVATE AMI & majority was 4,838. since the result Las been known a
K\JSE ADVANTAUEOU8LV f
anil for all clauses of its inhabitants. lIe
F* country I
so foon as the great central road is finished to the St. Johns, AM FOR TUB SfPI'LY. THE OTHER STATES OX TillS MDE I ILLl 01S.-111' few returns reeeiredindicate that' curiosity to see Low its keen-xi itted editor, (who
I will do LU duty faithfully and fearlessly, to
according
4 v \ n large and flourishing commercial city i in sure to spring up in a few OF THE rOMIXK.Vr, TUOJ-irAT. }'HITTSD OTHER UHIILLl'.-- i j j Pierce Las carried this Suite by about 15000. Cass's ; ;is, by the by, a relative of ex Governor Mf>s:leVs, of
the best of }Lin J llicve is '
f at dan tarminntia lh riv judgmentwhich we veryoiunaL"
on wherever
jeart > it bo.Partial .
:, may W.K TiumcAi rnourcTs She will have rro rival in this respect :- majority' was 3,41.J.nCnIOAXPil'r. this county,) receives the thunder of tie demoeratw
of t'w j To this we add the following from the New
eastern of
surveys part one proposed route for this amon" her sister States till further Lim S
o"annexation" cxfen.sion" anti additional majority will probably reach 1 AVe expected of course to behold to
road, terminating. at Jacksonville the York JA'rror, an independent whig journal. Lose editor guns.
prominent point the St.
on is effected. You are referred on this subject to the I Gen. Cass's, which was 6,747. terrible rage, and should not have been at all surprised
.: John's, were inado tome by an association of Ea i is an lflic -htiJ'r under Mr.( 1illmureI
I. yeas ago tern public documents and' other authentic books specified in the note, WISCONSIN.-I'icrce has carried this State by to learn that Le had laid Tu'ent Lands open himself,
capitalist from Uoston hut have \\'f have frars for the future, and for I
chiefly they never been made D hereto I no no regret
''f 6 lic, and it ii ktaled the association pub. annexed. In n fe.v years, whether in time of war or in the present except for the '* victims of misplaced con I j i about 5.000. Cass's mj"rity35 1,254. I Judas like, wid gone to answer for the hard things l
was prevented the Indian time
by of
.4 peace, not only the Atlantic cities but the I IOW ball Pierce. We
from entire valley of fiddice who followed the plume of the soldier instead -Pierce carri"d this State by no less bad raid during the canvas against Gen
: war, with tho
.. A railroad progressing hns undertaking. the Mississippi, can: be supplied by her with most tropical produc. of the orifeame of primiple. I than 3.QOO.) C.' majority was 1,494. I are disappointed, however. The W/iiy of the 3d, tue
t' been contemplated from I'ensncola, across tho tions with Of the Presidentelect, have to
greater facility and cheaper than be we only repeattlmtho I It
they 01110.-Pierce's will is short
can procured majority reach 20,000. Casa following the election, as as pie-crust.
+ day
fl', Southern corner Alabama, to Montgomery, Alabama: ; or to Co. from Cuba, or from other of the West India i is a man of excellent abilities, of undoubted patriotibin .
., d. any i Hands. A tithe majority over Taylor vas 16427. the blows of the democrats with marrellous -
finer receives killing
Iambus and of
1 : Georgia, or to some point in Georgia, lower down on thor of the sum to personal manners than: any public
.1 Chattahooliio river and necessary purchase Cuba, if Spain should be willing man we have known iucc Mr.Clay. Cordtal'off: hand. TEXAS.-Nothing L.Pbeen. heard from this State. coolness. Six lines of"seed-tick type," is s
; to unite with of the
'.'t"( running to the Atlantic seaboard. Great Rome interest i is felt Georgia in the roads to dispose to of it ; and a fiftieth part of the amount of expenditure I dignified anal courteous he wins the warmest atTection1 ) Pi.-rce'a majority will I'e very large-probably 10,000Cass.a friend of ours used to say tell the story,thus.
4 completion necessary conquer and annex that island obtain .ial1 with whom he holds intercourse. In
by arms, or to it in personal .
,
briogJ
The
5,018.FLORIDAPierce's DEFEAT.
WHIG
was TH RESCLT telegraph
] of this road at the city of Pennuacola, and throughout the any other mode, honorable'! dishonorable popularity lie will exel any of his predecessors c -
; expended by the federal 1,500.1 sufficient returns to render it certain that the 1.r-co.
surrounding country, and on the different routes proposed for it ; government (even as above indicated liberal I in the I'lffcidcntial chair. 1 lie manner in which all I I majority will be about succeeded a majority that the WHIG
large
by have by so
of land in
t: : grants ,) had .
his iiitimatefriend
.penk"fhirn-a FRANK Taylor 1,300.CALIFOItNIA.AU
the PIERCE.
and federal is alo
t government deeply interested in its being fin. aid of works of internal improvement, in Florida would I I DON'T KSOW WHAT near T Z. Well we like a thimf
render that -good fellow is a sutTieient indli-atiou: of the
4 i;\ phed ; insomuch as it would afford certain means for tho defence State more valuable than Cuba be j' bit ho our advices justify the opinion to be well don Oca TCHS WILL coilc sxxt mar.Well
ever can lo this t> inspires. frieUJ-1
: cOllfctll'racy.Such ] I that tiiis State
will the democratic
: and protection of the valuable public Pensacola give candidate
J property at worth policy might also subdue
t. ; some of the covetings and cravings The election of a man commended by opponfnts -
for President and Vice President
many millions ; ami as the ft'der\lltuE'Fur would be ben- have for I I a triumphant major. Said.
to the
} seem "
Queen
many the
of Antilles, (as they designate cannot be a matter of much regret to, those
4 "I fitted by tho enhanced value of the public lands in Alabama, through that island] ,) and obviate in some degree tho necessity which who 1".1," defeated in their; Lopes for another. :I '. Some four w eek* must elapse before anj thing j I The Baltimore Su* of the 3d instant, sptaiiny ofI
t" which the road would run, and their increased Gales. On these they insist exists of its I can be heard from the Pacific. Fierce remark
4. .J. now being forthwith wrested from Spain and i I tho triumphant election of Gen. .
7! I points I refer you to ,the documents specified in note H, hereto, possessed by the United States. War and bloodshed would also be Cuba. -I We no not entertain a doubt, notwithstanding *

t annexed. The surveys for the chief part of one of the contempla. thereby averted. The New York Express says that a story is in cir-! SEA, IM-AND COTTON is FLORIDA.-TLe St. Augui i party yirulence whkb has characterized the lat eoo-
ted routes of this road, where it it understood, perfected some The most judicious that I tine Ancient City, of the 30th ult. say :-" Large| command very
\t years policy can be adopted by the federal eulat ion to the effect that the American AmbansadorRt [ test, that the President elect will a
t :'.\ .iM"and other. and several work done.miles of It tim has road however near to been Pensacola were graded, government with reference to Florida, in my judgment, is, to trans Madrid haw lately( renewed the otTer of $t80OOO- quantities of new cotton are corning forward to market large share of the confidence and respect of the cppoaition -

t' t time, awaiting the action of suspended for borne fer without delay to that State every acre of public lands within its 000 made under Mr. Polk's, administration, for the Island from tile interior, to shipping points on the St party. Indeed, at this time nhen we may

4 through the public lands and Congress also] granting the right of way borders, stipulating that the proceeds thereof hereafter realized by of Cuba. The policy of this administration Las Johns, and it is selling readily at 32 to 83 cents for speak without Invidioosness, it is but shier justice fc>

r the line of the road., Bills grants altetnate sections, along the Stale, shall be exclusively devoted to internal and harbor improvements been and now is, that of Mr. Adams and Mr. Clay, prime Sea Islands. Thin price ia highly remunerativeto I say that the manly and dignified attitude Las maintained
such
making grants have passed \vithin tho State ; tho United States the planter and will induce a large emigration from entire Las not only broken
contest
: the Senate at different sessions but reserving only the when the former was President, and the latter Secre- throughout the

- f 4 been unable to obtain tho, concurrent, action ns yet of, both the association Houses at have tho under necessary the control sites for of light-houses the federal fortifications, and other structures, silly of State, viz : that Cuba hhould not be annexedto the Southern States this winter." the force of ant.ignni, but iron from many cf

t name session, to the same bill. government. At any rate the trans any European Powers. It Las not, we think, con I I his opponents their admiration and applause. There
Connected as the the Central fer of all lands, that, nt this lime, or hereafter, have been offered for templated purchase of Cuba for the United States.at r.r Friday, the tab in L, is the day assigned for are, in fact members of the vhig press wboLave publicly -

at Pt'nueola.! (orat great of the railroad' of the State will bo, sale at 81 25 per acre,for ten yrars, and thai remain unsold, should theexpellle of one hundred and righty millions nf the execution of Tnpp, now confined in the jail of : testified to the excellence of Li. character and

.' the distant any Gulf ports that may be selected,) with be made, and a similar rule could be wisely applied to all the States dollar, and of course has no power of itself to make this county for the murder of Elippo ition was based cxclusirelr
.. commerce to foreign or American ports MI the Gnlf and else- wherein public lands lie. such a purchase. Congrets could alone do this in conjunction day of the electiou in October. The jury recommend political principlei. These are the redcem-

whore j especially with steamships to TiHtTAfTErKC so soon as (Concluded in our next.) with the Executive. ed Trippe to mercy and we understand that an effort upon irarand grntifyinc*; features of the contest; antI Itfe
the ntfroff-aiiic commotiitatiori ill made at that Isthmus whether with the Utmost satisfaction that we rrcur tn ihm.Malajost
: ( tlf" Tlio yellow fever Las is now being made to rrt cure the Executive clemency in obliterate ha rude \itupJratioo -
the Florida rNd it extended to Mobile and Now Orleans entirely disappeared aiiflkiett itclf to
or not,) it If you wish to close a lady'. lips, ask her hor ago. from tho cit! of CLarltuton.: :I in LU bcbulf. and conceal its bittjr "


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Webiter not Libelled.&d&
jr. NEGROES AT AUCTION.

Pinntylvaitian publiLcs the Notice. WATCHES, CLOCKS, AND JEWELRY.AR D. P. HOLLAND, DASUEaBEdlY'PiS.
the first Mouilay iu December
next will be .
re ON ,
owner of dun-colored -4- --- -
a Bull : ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAWS
cold before the Court House d.-or THE market! with a '- t.-p 4n -
,
"""iL T> > S the 1 Woman fork m each ear. nu brand visible, i.s noti TOWLZJ A M7EHS JAQOhRD wouH re.p etfttfij i ituhabftarfti inGiemflis.LL
If.-r *nr =r fa'Urtin. of thin likely Negro aged about 21 year? fied Qoiaey, Flori-Ja
,
that haul
1cm.L card In a.led 1 41 1 animal has 1-vni hlauRhfered by the E now receiving and have on of Tallaliauee and tk* pub"geiP-

eniumfd* a from l.lLi1Vt4ter 1 14 JR uWriber, not beii< able to kei p him out of hi* cW. : bund their Fall fupplr of %yiLt practic in the Court of the MidOfle Cfcruit. I rallr thtt h r now ocpupfeit the mon* fcrmerljp o-
this boy 15
1 wll'L' par.i.ra''h
Vi" i" uicruiiig'tl The owner, on application -Rill be GOODS which wouWfespectfu'iy and Jackson and Franklin Coutftierr. EtnM rd' DruStore.
** pcrpc'itinjj to be th dying The above tlavon are first mfo fivld hand*, paid the vabte of to they i by Mr. Mm K. LJoyd. A cr Mr. <
rnebage the animal call Octolr2 1632. 42 tf
EDWARD the t-f tliipublic" V
HOUSTOUN attention : At eowdderftW keiK- wJirecd *
ft* 'bstir to Rufus Cboute, it denounced BERKY:; A ROWLEJ, Anctioneer A'C ; expeift
*' lKSfKl fclander." and is NoveuiUr IS 1852. 45 4t' __: ; i.btrl3.1852.1 {%. u | S.-irtiucL O .U Hunting Lever bv T.i.ia.E. .-. t S'-IA1Prt, and refitted the rftoms for the reei tiot ofri
name ,
.. .foliiin >uB my given isM .4 .: In Chanorty.
1). Johnson, 1 in the art 'aided by
of c IllL A1.v cc'uuectK'ii with this Large and Splendid +tym. 11.1)! by ing< *tpvri flce ,
.iy.r Assortment 4 4'
.4 "
1i *1 tnteJ. CITY .Jtsh. Jwllllt.41.GentlcmenV JEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURT. skill and vienre.h*> fttttrri himlf abie fnpfeiiM lira

gt ; crrly rctu'ru from a vis-it to C en. Tierce ThursdayIfwH HOTEL OF CHAIRS. Open Dial Gold lver nil of Itttivrtr auJ Supplt>nent. nh't't f.i-tiiutM.!? He tnr, on ii prctir>n. .tht bi '

o! i niv TALLAHAbSKK.d. rLoluD.& I TE arc rrreirinfr from Ladies Gold Hunting Le.vfrtl Arnold Dsvi ACo.. will be f-tutil to taken in the
the 0-illa" and any
fir a **Z "' ll'v City of l*" toii. wh-ie opening .4 .4 .4 William Wet mid John M. Smith. Executors of William picture stijK-nor
lIE 1 1 at our Furniture r Cooper k Co., Siuth. (: reeciveti J ll4el ct dttocfc
Ruom. a w
selected
ti tk l' ""r *'**" J t"-J"<-' '>1i t< Peter Hai vcy, havinjr takt-n tharro of a new assortment Wntche of Uuodman, dccea.H'd. C'ixnpiainant*, lle'jiajus
all
1 of Chairs < des.criptiozL4, New York an'tl HoLuIcTphfa! markets comprixiiH -
He i'ltimate I the above weIt known : ii.in tli-
HOTKL
rf that ttt'. perfnal and political : RHM n- Si\er! IIuItni., rt.TJH .
'jwctfiilly t infurmn the oitircm Mahogany Spring Seal Chaira, t rs, ; tin mo t fashionable Ca cs with Gold Cha.Mattinsr .
1.tticttIMeLster. In the of ,
course if a 4 Tallahavi Silver >nms D *her and Green R. Slater. E-tctntor of
.
WIth n mutual fiiend and myself. Mr.'ibsjance and tintiavi llinjr public; (itt ho will own, lor th.iwption 4.'4 C.me ,>, and Huirtinp Marble Author Mantle CI'd.EVtI4IY.Lrpiiies*. and ccmmonWat.Ja Samuel Slater dccea5ed, Jaifc Slater and Robert *. &e. AUo. every other tarh-ty to oh the
Jt.ckjn. which lie olfofs at such prices a.
et .IWe: of \isitora the 15th altt-rnati- fraternity
,
nn
.j -' HA : 31r. Wbt.tArflI m-tant lb- will Slater, Jhf.zsLiats.I .
% I Isfuro hiD *..jiar: tie, pain.: t )
lcnth. whether .f
& 1 l'M< < Ku worthy < tho iatontcc. ap|>eanii f tu tln' satisfji-tloti of thi Court. by
.! iutuJ 'd *T 'i-J? fcr S&itt1 answci ed I > ..1| tlic J jiublic. J.VEl51i.{ Jenny Lind Cottage Fine Gold Chntalain Chains, Braeelet.*, fine Coral. affidavit in tint cau-e. that the said lrf.-ndrrt re- -cifiu-tn.. whether they wih pirttirM or w L

t.1. t1..ug1t *iot" 'uvcniber 13, 18.r>2. 4.1 tf A tor Gilt '4 Pearl and Gold loni I'iris1 Ear litis, CulT Pint. fide out of the State f Flortdt l beyond I the jurisdiction Instruction inipftrt#
.Vtl's"'klt :"JMrw vI.ster" "toll Lira holm*youth, Rush Sent 'I Cuff Button-*, and Finger RiIZs ; Gentle-men' O..I1 l l lFob. of thi- Court but in the United"States : in thtf ;ii-'hue"s.? AUo! in
,ytjji.l 1 1'ii' 4ii1. fUuiebefoie Liui, and 1 hope he. : MONROE HOUSE White Maple '4 Vi-st. and Guard Clisi ii Seal*, r.u.-kie- aridKeya.fJoMTI.iinl.le // \tthf;> t Onl-rnl, TJ.at the saul Defendants.Tlioma all kind for Hale. KAN HALL JA< O APJ).

.u by si"1 St-"tt1 J till isim. as Walnut .'4Leath.J -*. Gold P n a/id Pencil ('a'e. *' Dasher and Orceft R. Seater, Executort of October 1. IS3 !. -11 Jt

;: tudin.. 1/ia! if'frr Ihe se'cogd dn, I TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Oak .43Lle't.r.uiy Tmrth I irks, (Jolil PfiH. l)h'Id! and .Silver Spectacle. Samuel Slater, deceased. Jurre hlater and Robert

; ,,.& '. ''" lIig JarIas a .Vuiitna/ / **1L L LI P. MOOUE( r. pe tfullv inf.)nns the launit1r Double Eyd: Silver -Spectacles, Silver and Pearl blater. do appear and iinfTTrr the I'll! of Revtvor filed NATHANIEL HAMLIN,

: *"'*'." '.'* ''>''* i i SllfB I'1''that'' he has leased; f.r a term of Maple .4 a C.ir.1 Cv-e-4, Silver and Inlaid Porto Mnnaic. tt'iquet 5 in this cU-f! within four monfb, from the date of publication Cotton Factor am tf! Commiuion Hcrrhant! ,

rftJOve; i i* *uMauoe of Mr. llurvcy's itatein -' ** years, the building nn Monroe Street (Pppi t- Grecian Spindle I Holder*, Fntis Papit r Neache Dek. Port Fclio and! of thr-* Order, or the said Bill will be taken JTu. S3 PoTDais ST.. NEW ORLEAXS. >

,.irle 't lic* being his ex net word' site tie! Pho-nix block, an.l will] thoroughly n-St"t fur Rie Wo.nl '4 Albuni-j. Flower Va>(-". Tea TraGirandoles, Par- pro confrttn n: aiiist them ,

IIrY-:1ie fuithfr, Mated that Goti. Pierce bad bei't'ni'fc a PuUie Hou' e. to IM op-wdon the l 1a*t D."emb.rl Cue Seat and Rack Rockers, 1 ir arid l'a.uiigt.: IJIIPJ .. (;iol>'' and Chimney*. Feather An fit iftrfk'r Ofil-rnl. Tliitt: publication of thin
*.ext. All tbe furniture t.f Niirbe and Sc hag Cluster Table Mttt- Picket Refer to Judge J. E. BBOOJIC, Tallahassee.I .
el t' Mr. Webster. mid \ia a noble (l every ileserijitii.ii. in this C'jet.-'s, .ur- Order lie made: in onit papt-r published in Tallahafcee. -
ndone lor whom Wcbtter euteitaiued tttitblWimeut, will l he nor. andit will be furnished OjSeeand Iinitgrrn (Jluir, \ty.rs'(1iaui one Field Coinpa.Houau, Tea, and once a week for four mon'h I Mr. Javs 31. %VILL1Aa,
u comfortably and cIegantj1he Easy Chaiis and Foot Stool*,. Hand BJkSIT.VIIR : ., 1
&
table
,5ectiflt. hhaU IHJ a Given umler mv hand at Chambers, Tallahassee, i ;1mr. tkTite. .
l'" U'AKEi- October 21, 1852. _,eu_ > ILUAM i. ii.fcv. jeor.ouK L.O IDLVI. '

.h ,LI tJ ? *., i| tlw Pentm-ltaiiian. his uitdili.n). in all lebjiecU. M provide a convenient iij'lsir Cbaire, p''TU"n'f > or any Silver Tabl. Judge.
Nov. 1)pert and Tea Butter
Ir' Imi merely upeated it to one f'icnds- !I i and comfortWe house of e-itertaiument. C. Ibi2. 44_ BERRY: : KOWLES. Knives, and Silver Spinnm.. |I ()eJxr23l5. 42 4m I S. BROOME, 5Iad!: >n County" .
; Cups. Plate] Tea S t JbI.ket4. I '
Bulk-tin. others. TaIIal'uwee. Nov. 13: IWi. 45 tfSale OITLVTP & Sr.aii., Quinc!. .- .
1ijUC.! ol the among Splendid Rose Wood ( t I'm. .
Fruit Stand
Mahogany a-t.ir. *. Waiter Bitt *r Di-he)
Em'. Os.
Rrn-roc. H ,
tlry truth of the abe, 1 would refer you and i AND \VAIAUT and Candle Notice. rj Thornasrille.
FURNITURE. Sticks Silver Plated Forks, Table, Det
,'.-fUttJ: P 4tr Harvey. K.-q., ami Daniel I). Brod- Sale Sale I ION \\: /Tr: are n"w riceiviug an.] tipenin*; at our Furni- ert, and Tea SjHMin<. SIX week after .late the ianilcr-ig'ned bill apply October ETIW.BD Stzx.vs, E.-q,
16. 185'?. 41 ifl
//L, fiTmerly Navy A cent -f B.*ti'n. Tue 'day: th" 2ath of Decemlier Iill sell) on T turn KiK.ms. a spleudi.l lot .f g..id! Funiiture. Fine Double Barn-lied Guns. Shot PouMu and th<* Honorable Jud e of iY>,'>at in and for

v-Uirr"y will'be reiaeniliore J an the fiiend, from ; my Plantation.: 14 miles North of 1 Jlahasitc1, at which wa belected with care iu New Voik, and will Pnvdir }'lika. Eryh-h: C.ijo. Gun Wad- Ch'Hnin; I tl.i-Cotimy of TIN'!). for lettirs of adininistrarion on .
parted with: the'.e xrcrds: liarL public ou crv. Li the hijhe bidder be sold I.. the JOHN B. GALBRAITH,
j jIr.Wi-lMttr v.M.ublc Uo.ls fine Table Ci.tK-rv. \\ itli) or w ithoiit, Irk 4 'ar- estate of Eh-lu MCIariel. Lite1 of aid C.nmtv.

Jin'ti-r! Hi'Hjck but that 1 k-i-w you__I asirl! j 5-.0 busbl of"Corn, Top and Plain Bureaus, v.4.i.., flue p.wket (ruth-ry of all description*, fine i deceased HINTON J. SAUN DERS.I ." I ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,

#&' tI' kfc w >o t 1 a-n wt 11 ?n* ujh t.. ]love you' j ?u ttaek of Fudttr. d.,. do. Rose wood Cent re an-1 Sofa Tables, Si'i-isors and Shears. Walking Can
;ieu E" :iU .'Wii ri4ebt Of 13 very likely Mules, d.>. d... Caned Mali.iqr.ny Tables, Flute*. Violen Vi..l.-n Bow. Violen and GmtarSiring I -

rv vo1 IUI I l.ri"2"H'rv. <>.V- 4lsI't' > If-'ive 4 vok'c of Oxrn do. d ,. nn 1 Plain Ma-i"igMiy! and WaluutIjilies -, Razor. Razor Strop. LubinV Extract, C. I Broome and Heir's Cotton Warehouse.rrrlE r Office- near. tha Post Office. [(let. ?. 40
-- --
till'l dca 1 Ji-'ii't I- ice Mw itield till I amfjaJ > 50' .il1ing; LI.g fine order I
nui in \% lo.iie. Lavender Bn>wn Windsor and Yankee >havucSoap U'i-l'-r ipi'-d l e* lea" tn inform tl.eir frii-ml Notice.FOI"P. .

w ." TUn, n. if fpeaV.u. to himself, I be j j1.J 7.r head of Mock Hog woik Stin.a| and WorkMusic Ta.Ll', -. October ."',, 1 eS2. -1 j:: I- that although, a of their Shci! !* ha\e )been

: -"On the! 21lh uf Ort-ber. all that is u.ortal ofk'cUtcr 2 )bond of Sheop.) Stan 'Ir' an*I Towvl l Slauda, blown iliorn by t0'e late pr.rt al".. they are in rondifi to wcls l frorr.: hte. I -.vr.! apply! to the Juffjje!

\ will Lew nfl.TC." i 1 TsyI.ri' Gins almost entirely nexr. Qu..itttteTitb! s Notice.A n-evive and tor Cotton Ii' retre, aud h" that ,. .- for Maili on C.>inty for nn ord-r t.' sell
> n >e
Aio. all the [ 1 the mviivide.1 half of 1-t No. Src K. T S of R 11-
Plantation Uten ik wu.Jin.r! V'a-- What N..U lUll! CV.-.0. Ot..1-, I.ADV S. S.
,_ who h-is had in' < Iicsi'pri-einteneLin7, in a week or ti-n rl.niace will !I.
: daythitr fully
j'oji.v'majI>IIEA D ou-. Curl&c. Ao.TKHMS .... .. r.- X
1See
OnC.irdT.ibUs- -, -V in IW.11t411i1,1: 5I ?turt' Ala". E i of ; 1. T 3.
+ Carolina nod (;Ma-tr- -' 1 liKe a >iiuail'n min p..ir.i. anii iTn-ir Vtc.']' as coinnu limn a* berti.t.re.
No. IM Waluut utztvt3 -All PIHIW inidcr ?SO cn'h ; all Ptm ovt u f.unily t<> trali.. sjj. is- (jiiifi-il! : to gi' (' I ( >ctober I t. 18.-.2. 41 BUOOMK Jd I! El K.. R Ji,. contain!.i<* i0)) acre*. Also 1'">U acres upon wLiolii

:? ;: 3, It :;:!. I co on a Tdit of twelve m.>nth tj ri r'-l seicurity Fieiwh and Huh Post Bod-teada, t ti'-n in the t'ual }.ii-i, Brnn.-hes: ; alt Frneh and i is Mtuated the ilwillfn Pu.'te and improvements connect

It'll. iVefl. JOSEPH HJIANCH. Mahu'gaivVtrdrubes.. M! \- \\r. 'I itbest C'f n ferc-neen ami I ttftiriionials trotnf..nitr Notices; 4 "d with the property known aChanV *Mls! all

jrtattothe Planters of the South.It Nnil.-r 13, 1K12. 4T 7ti (j.1 1)ek |rot roiii ft.n !1)0 ri"aiite.l. Addre-s. through hiiii; and b"in< sitiiariI l in s.J.1 C"inty of Midion
TeU-a-Tet. THE iiii'ler.ijie,1: has ill* entrn fd the services of the wild undivided half of saiit I.iicli, beii't the '
,
the P.-st
b. Ofti.-e.' D. i E.: \1'\ Augusta. (Je.rgii.No&.iul'er property -
IIJttre uis) that I v. Jtlr. BMWII: a Tbt-r for >.'* children. i wlVitiz -
i u'r&nge-i For Sale. Plain mid Oval B.i-k Sofas. fi. !<,_. tf 42 of ll\'j estate of Rt-lKva Charh-s. d Ce *eJ.OEUilOE .
.
a : : b.uikingh Bronze Hat Stan*!*, AAc.. tr r'-tve i-urht IT ten pupil* (male and female ; ; E. McCLELLAN. AdmrOct'ibr
IOFFEIl for sile: ( my Plantation, lyiisr on the Tlio- --- to bo.ird in his family. f.T tin- term of tm ,month. !
; city. ia e..rIcF1PirJeuce with Eurj', tLfrJ' > ruuI, I i milt Notth of Tallaha-.scc._ -ALSOI --- Just Received, i iEV I riiauIieiczig October 1st For further particular 23. 1852. 42 t :
Suite Carved R"TVo.d apply
P.irl.-r
Furniture
,I1 ( whb dire ri-rv-liii n Tin-re aie 9C1 ncn-h in the ttiet, of whii-h zit w mt l.'nfcr I ; nM-t- : Mindry Lte arriaIfrom Ntw to t.REEN; : CHAIRCS.I .
York and
ini: of S .t.i, Fete Ti-t>-. O'tojimi'Chairs)' : Ann Chair, now Shirts Shirts !
ii3e i:! iJ(' C.jth.Dt t.1 Lur.pe. The elt-aietl. i'e' j.-i! <% in the County jki <- < j.uj>eii" i i and St-\\iiij Cu.tir. in I'Silk flri'eLtvll.] '. Mti..ilh..nI \, >:ilf, j ji I (tuber 1 ft. 1 c 5-2.; 41 I \ FINE assortment ci'mprisin? n p-ent vantv.A -
>r :idvana <" in jmint of health. a 4'w-irftl 1 ild ptrtit.4: cIg4.1, ju it. arc of jmtii I B.i'-ks, auJ tiniahe'l ii: u t-ujn-ii-.r ii'd )hin'loni>> rtvUBEUUY -. ;: p igutlu Bnr. !s Bi-ekwh-at.! :- LIIIeU I isoini'il.. Caico.! CLcck. StripfLFuinrwl,
<.n to tai-( -took, an f.rtility of mil. A lunj; KOVLEij .' Kei; CIjH.rji.r: 4 ,4P1t414, Butter: !! V$5T 17011 NEW Y : Ac. Also I'tjijjrsh'rt
sTill
Druxvcr 4
; .V. (Glove
chratir.: fi 1 i '*'1 M ill J* t'jat all tteLPcr credit \vill bu the \ ,
the te'iMt given, purcha-c money: being well 2 Bbls.; Butt, iiVr.r BriSAMl'SON.
Cniek.-rs pac-fci-t Whaler. Mas-
r || ;
I A..cc fllnr 6. .1.1 Mittens, tt :., tci, laud !iLC T'vr M-tioonor J. Vail.and for ,
:? '' 'i Live beta irmii;ij'l and it only wc ired, r. Boxe S'4a Ri-eut, i itiH i ler. luvin*,' the greater part; of I.er car.i o .-niraied and al )bv M.-NAUGHT
& OUMOND.,
rLm.;= 'J- )j-' --Tt lb jctr iwi :i* t.ly' tnty lVrs..n wi-huu; will to buy.be would do' well to apply to i ii j jme j lainonia Female Seminary. Bnnch'-s,, Oiiioi-, I j ijo'ny on ii>iji,i. will have d'-r-pfiteh tor the above : Newjiort, October ?, 1652. 40 ,:.
i a bargain gi\m. For i
25 BbL- j jJu
M.revrlVu.t..e j [liort. freight or pajac"ipj'Iv toM
*
1 1i' vili i f-J l l divulfirs
i.r c iths by -
emt. >
j Institbtion in'
i in ctful
>w
JOSEPH: IRtNrfl. THIS (.jnratif-n; ; H'-ii'S Chr, #*'. I -NA L'Glit .ORMOND.. l3aCoflFlottr&c.r"vE

) !>|'li..iioi: !, nr.d vill \\K j pt.t it! jwfr %s-j 11 ; Noven.V-r in. lr,2.; 15 tf 1 Kr c.r 4t.n1. iin>tMit"i I )*>. I Il ii. !eiigri i i* to :, Half bbls. N,. 1 f.e.b caught Mtekrcl, I I Ncwjiort. OrN.bcr ,1. l ..J. 40( : tiiou-an-I It".n Si.le .
eighteen
tnnn-
po'ind* *
.natn to eLU& lUui tijui. c eeure to ymn I: laili.- n sv>-mati'1 r. -iotial tiuinin.. I litiani I ,.ljjjj- ] i'ttheii- do. ShouMer! ei hti-.-n barr.4sV.L.kev..
Bagging. b e.in v I Bagging and Bale
4 Dozen L.l.-tr piklcu, m tin cans, j; Rope. '..
Fl'i'ir Sit ch"r
r ; ii iti"iis IK maile tl- thi'ty Lard .ir. Ac., T.in'Jlnsf per ,
c-i'iiiy. to Secretaryof I
Apj> :
I 1 HAVE :' l.r.1-1 a lot ,,f K.-n'iicly Bnir.. Mhi.b l lI may 4 lK.-Zi.-n SanKiic "CMITEEN: bales ,
j jL
; UJH 15ourd of < the theSebool. : Gunny C!' th, liV n pieces and! Pcttci from Nctr 'Jrlc-an*. ant fr -a1e brMf
t -:: '.- r n& jc rsl IJ \\i\\;\\ f.as! eit<:ip nrit Oin 1 IH- pun-hiiKi l in tl Maiiiij: r.IL or WHITAKEI Piinclp.il at JJ.sTs ti 1 1 .Lis a Culite, -L hah piecoa Kenti-.i-kv I-jt- _'iii1., acd eighty coilRI -* AUGHT i- iORMOND. .

', uitrket.: .Ali.. i (',.P ; !. t cy. M I Bu's: I Iti..ir.-( fT-iI.. bv' "
I t i. .j F.T ,
.tsil fl-.it: /. tu "!:r.n Ri'.jn.J.w'. JfillN I akl )( I G. LL. 2 hri'';. CM'-ho! %s;ukr, Me.VUOirr; & ORMOND.Nevj.irt. .

N-vemlicr IT lvV2. 4. It 2! B '.r.-s M.ieearoni: O.'t ,brl>. i ii London S
:ie cZ tf the re"iil -
-
iae. Brandy, Wines, &.c.; JUST received by; late arri'.ab. from New York and N..V. .;, I8.vj. it C.C. BYRD. I i Negro Goods. j I tit JL% ot q'art.f-.r East Iirdni ae Pal"low.Ale.A'uabon! : the ?amemiau- .

fai<- l"\Vj> SMALL a--wi'-tir.f. I BASKET Heid-ic Champ-jjrne M'.VAUGHT & ORMOND.j .
A
Th3 Kerr York Crystal Palace. J IU f\ Clftk b.-sl Brwtr, 2 barrel* No. M.ickfitl iO V.s.e Cheee, LUMBER LUMBER Kvrst-vi. Cable1 Warp tb., Grey Vall.-y do.. N''it'prt.ckti'bet 9. 19 ?. 4) -

j. 4. 4 J No. 1 1 rrate.: Onion) *. II F "ib'--rll-er, Invipij f
*erJ f-our >\-vp York Bii.K ertgi Inel..r' '-i'vilikjU' 3I'liraia': J ktt N >. 1 1 iKm l"t.' :ol i' -, rI a- l'adrk M-.l. :il>n.t In mile* S-'itr. Wt '-fTalldhasMe. (ieorjfi.1 Slrip-, '.'.tlutK-*. Han-Iktiri'hitf*, i"C. jut re- ; l1ili-e Old Scotch. .

'.* *! vicr rf the CixM.il 1'alaC"to \be I 4 hhtiry 2 j l.A. No. 2! !" UixHiniirj*. is now prpan1 1 to fi.n.i-h, Lum'r' of ; ctiied IMT Lriij J. G. Aii'I, 'r->i.. nn i for "alp bv j

Zti i TI. .--rvoi.- jiiaM., f >r tini.l.iUku: <..f tU- fine -.\LOL.CtO *-. : j !c'. 2 lu i ke Bjcklnat. < V,T\ d.-.i i1; i n at .1! "rt noti*'.'. whi -!ian, b- h.il r.tth MeN tL(11f( & ORMOND.New1'crt I T7INE "May" Malt Whiskey 12 2? 1'JO over proof :

Spaui-h Cigar 4 khti N... 2 f. kis luti -r.NotiiJxr .- Mill I or d.-livt-r.-l i-i Tal'dba-t-ep.' : 1' r-'mi' WIMIin Ortoler y. KS;..'. 40I 1 J in parka/-: of three to ten gillon*, warranted :
:.7dU Iit1fl. to beL.! -.! ::/X Y.ilt d'vdtvin" The] above strujutt *ueh a* everv C'-r.tl.-tmn .ho .ld .
1 C, it.-. !. 41 S. S. KXIGHT. !! Lmnl. r may h-avc their bill at th; store 44 f J. -- i pure and 'inuci*,, fnr "ale ITI ,

,1 err -?. Tl.o d.! TJ n-ji-ownt* a ImJUInj < futi me. BERRY A JiOWLES.NocnVr M. \\ illiu'ii-s, wi'th XV. Jl. NeWMiin at ti. -t..r.. of D.Vil.iL I Crockery.A I McNAUOHT A ORMOND

th Ifl! id t,int'nt.1 t.xutb t. IS, 1-.V2 45 Groceries &.c.JUST C- \ or \\kli I H.iL'ii. Arrh.T. .Ir., at th. Court FINE lot in ]Htrh'adCrate*, f.-r
: rt1 u-Ict its lyuj u j r. Jie..llwur'a .-.- Groceries &c. received per Selats.nr 1r.tdfrd,' fwn New H.US4. COrXCIL A. BRYAN.Dissolution. .4-t: by th.- paekn-ze. MeN AI GUT OKMOND.ovpi.rt. Notices : I

() ii.l.r ;:t. tt: if ( 'td.her '. 1 sft''. 4o
*, )( .
& of inui'L J<.r cit< uded diiz.'i. us, lui ifli week aft'-r il.it I -ill! apply to the Ihonorit-
revived per Jscluxmi-r J. F. BiadAed, fruni I- .. SIX i-
*" i'.ry riti',..
.f m Luiljw fuihii ict and if c.ls ri< Side ]Bncon .' Leon for letters of administration on the estate of
j > wi an, I ImrsJ > nr U Cty-e-r; Plain IL-.ni; C'vpartn-r.-.ip! h'-re'.ifore exi-ti-ur under the THOUSAND sack* and one thou .
.. I.ivcrpo.,1 of said deceavjil.! : -l
Thomas W. Harn late
Iy a Irk crotsrjh a douio ovvr lli) ,- 5 I :lt4.lI -1 t ti.-j-ef Siarar ri.if.1 Jnut,." of (G lboM .t St'-nin'", propru-tur .f the ; TWO bnshvU Turk l-lnn! S.d'| in tinor.ler, for JOHN County J., ROWLES. .

iteTv.ef: a. It* 'Xtrm* jh nnd breit'jtli are i H..ul.U-rs. 7.1 5 barr 1? I i'.x.: nnd 1 >IJ'erlin.' Fl*ur, Caroh'ti.1 I ll hit--. i' thi day d-: -o\e.| by .nntml e.-n- sale by McNAUGlir; i ()IlMONI). I 41

,j 2 ti. rccs H.iins, 4 FJi'l '_' Ke-; l lifl.arJ: "t-nt. The Carolini I H..i>e *.vill !b4. Conrinue-1 br G.W O--tol-erO. 1S52. 1'J' O.-t"bT If. 152. 8vr
t, 4 f.'t. TIi b1jI t p't r Ti;*i b-irifls extra Family Flour, the h.te linn Newport. | .
1'"I J Jitlii: --l \\Li-k.y, Miani''e.: A'l' j-er-HiH ,iri-h-bte-l! to .:
it-t.t1 arei 173 ;:j erfjric Tu P. tIt'4I ; -, w ill ph--i-.' all and make inim.-dutf j-aynii'tit to (;. j I Groceries, Bonnets, &c. !

rw. Ti'ttloine' Li<3 >? 1 i1 f"t Iih.; The build & Apples, ] ( ii W. .sicani'-*. :tt' i i'* fmly jtin.rucJ tu settle all the r. CofTt-e. Snijar. But't-r. Starch, F EmbroMfret! Lace do
Onions.JO SUCH ; .
i; i1 V ftMi'.tnv.to'JuW(Jy of iron r.ud Ias.. i Iri.ti; Piit'tnonI 5,, 1i..1..Apple ...- r '"' bu ities>- of tie couctiu. ( O1iflflT 11 .s<-hr. J. Vail, and! for i'.r by i iMrNAUUHT j Gimp do. :

::kqIutity < f mi, ti U' Uitd triil otn.>ui.t tv> 2.2.Vj .l.4IoIIgicla} Wliike Ji han-L, N. O. M.ll'ri *. r. \v. s'lEAItNES.Juincy I tt ORMOND. 1 Super JUaek dot

::t .Te r i
::* fisfi f..r tLe buiKlh:; vill miiount t>i S9.000on 1 hu head ilanfied Sujrar, &c. I Bonnet Linings,
I ,.. Fresh Groceries Provisions &c.1'ST 1 Crackers i
ozr:: for Sale. Rtiehe Straw Trimming.j -
.43} -
i
s-tujet, izi"2; tt t4. 16 1: :;;; r incLe.tcx.hj4ji.j. Id sacks R5 i (\jj'ee. For ea1 l- ln\ byNvttiber Soda Crackers, 4 buxes Claret Wine, Fr'-b'-h Wreath? and B"quot3,
recei\e l baique Herald; and selling low r val'iab'e' I'l.idt.itioii i i' o.T. dJ tBHT.S. j
]1er IIIS !!'w r>
ii! t4 th 5.C'IiJ of S. S. KN GHF. J 4. bht Alm.-nd S
; day 13, l..r,2.; 15 ) .- 1 Bonnet Ribbvns, do. Jrc. '
U fur CASH!, i-upplv of fresh uid clwicc GKOCE-
it f.'r ak'! eii'iipriin one 1 f th" in'it valuable -I
: 4 bbls S'.ar 1 l hi"x Brazil Nuts, I For sale br G. t J. MEGINXISS.f .
< .
IUES: AND PROVISIONS. Ac : .
:.I_ !l4IiIt. .f f.irnunj l.k'i-i in 3i.I.1111o-
NEW STORE. 1 l U xes Carniy. i bb Cur,ent*, lS5. 4'J fit
9r
i Ex.: -u]>. Genesnu Flour, Rro'vn Soap.D ridi. hin rrr-ar the Aii.'ilhi: I iii; .b-tr.-r-Ki County, fnrt.en : 4 Cit'i-r. 4 Gnu. Sugar, I 'J

OBITUARY. I )>,. m half b.nrels, ExelM: r >. ,ni'l-; from M'.ntic.'IIo, al-nit twnty miles I lr.rn :: '
1111.: sub-criber l.a* purehaed in New York Mil 1 Loaf S'.ircri'. KM> boxes Sardine*. Bonnets.
:H 22 ulr oMi i.ukio L-iVe. MA11T1IAJIXJA JL I Sti ar (Crnckei, Coljjatis do. ).Iadi-'ii 'ourt Hi.u-e, aivl about twmtv mite? f.'orritin
Philad.'ljihia an entire NEW STOCK of GOOIIS) i For sale eiiea1-ft'r cash by S. S. KNIGHT. 1
do.Sod.t Canlie* Rail Road from Brur.-wu-k Th IV nnet Jenny LIL.U do, Diamond do. Fin
to
flutter e.Kit.-inplat.-l *>- fllllP -
hpL-r.ii j
.
DSV.V1S. .f her ..
i in JLiJU1. '
y.-ar ak \\hwh hi* will ..ell verv low for rash or in txchan e Oiti.Ur :><>. lff.2. 4"
1.t; f. Tfr tViii btU* gi1 I r.ill.> 1 Ul. ( 1 l.i. fs'jir doyvilamuntiiie rn*'xile.! Oe..r,. iu: Sai 1 tract eontuit, about fif'y-five j V/ Straw ov>, llrtottfddo., 1iaik and White Siltdo,
-B aj wa %, Hi'lfe" iui.l other 1'ro.luc. i
Country
fir ( -
itton (1.1.! Candles hu'i.Iid t\vel l hundred! of lich L ch-.tr-il Vi-Ivtt d.... Gr>> de Afriqua do. for sale low
t4! l. '5... <;r..v. ..f lei c'.kr! hi-vr, Mii ; l Iiz.vhi His tptiM-k etii-ii fif .Ji'Ji I! Broun: Sur, Salt in Sacks, nil 1 in euhiiation. '1'l.'re i i- <>n th.* preniij-f a s-npe- Oct..Ms22. 40 GnO.TT. SCOTT i CO.I .
U-r ti Ji r lirurt vjt'.n-:j pri'f.tltor nnd 'ila-"war *. Sho -*, I)'..nicMioG !,
\vir( Crock'-ry < j CIRCUIT COURT; FOR UH'.N':' COUNTY. _ _ _ _
do. ii t.i't1i.-r Tiith th
CSantitf 1 d lo.Powder'd : B.ig*, ncr Dwelling H I.'n-e. all n-ct-'--arv
-} > tter-- din vth tear* ; but lln? juw ofToalfj' 1*. and lin- asortmeiit of Silks, l ).-laim-, and i I
V-itV.b father < a I iii 1 ,. di,. Saliiia, out-building, : al-<,. a tir-t rate; (Jin Ib-t'se and Sri v. RvUrt W. WilILim*. i Blankets.
vaf jl -twck
her aii'l
: needed
uji n) < DreM" Gem Kith o-t other) arti.-le
other n 1
iii u./J.t-r tur.io-j 1.> lif r { rc-xt\ii'\
Ient41 nff.tiu. liLh dth ,- w'reW for Family or nnd examine the< Good* and price be- I>-iiiiiii di,. Lngh-h Walnut, Th.'prinnxil] part of said: land' are O.ik: Hiek rand A. A. Fisher. Sheriit ttc.. Ha'ey' T. Blocker, Sheriff ..L feet importation f r sale low,to close a connigament. -

; r'ud in* wh'a'! tt.i.-roni.JJut, alas Pha(4111 I). MANLETalluhaswe \ (;(.-btfl Butter, Brazil Nut*, nini.K.-k. end for fertility eann t be surpassed lyanv an 1 rjr iitficio, Adni'r. <'f W W. Hurt, dectaeed. I by McNAUGHT i ORMOND.

:Ley r. Vsi t hr..keniryhj h. fire purehaMii; 45 do. Cheese. Filbert**, in Mildh* Florida. I Jfthn> Bnil''y and L*mu'-l II. J'n's. ]1 Newport. October 9. 182. 40

Novemlier 17., ] 8S2. Almond, TiiHibfnlnr 1 K'in-. de-iroti'! of renuninij to S.,uthFI"ii 'f ih-cret1.rder tln-Itm. J.
to IBM her ii'U-r. t h\e With )li >riu ll'j.ti I 'ij. wheiciu ]Engli-h I Dairy Checfo) *, BY virtu- a WaylesB I- -

t th1 Ij e ''j a.Jrtw their B u i iutr iu (;ri-eli Aj j>j>lc.s, Rai-iii-, ita.: iaduces him n<'if *', i.fur the aforesaid pK'M- :iker. Judof,, the Circuit Court of the Mi Idle Gloves.

thor eLt." 1-j.j C. j Clothing. Dried lo.da Cui I rlt', i i-4.- f.rJe.; Any pvr-on duMr! ..u* of j urclui-'in may Cirei.it in an.I ur Leon County, iu Chancery, rendered TADIES Ki 1 and Silk Gloves. Stewarts do, GajnU

SeAIiae1 LAP.GE a-sortnent of Cl.uhinons'utini; of I'-aehe*. Preserved Peach ob'ain a l.nru.iii bv early application; to him OM tileJIt.IIiI1U iii tLLi ( ju* e. i.i opn Court, on the 21 th March. 1852. I -. f -* '...a S-'V G ..,Ai*r9* A )I4tS 1LI V* **Ji
] oa p y.Di A t .. iiieiU'-it *- ilwiUeeirat me House Lace Gentlemen's Black ard colored Kid and -
tuiruceisarv ( ucfltielIIC yourt ,
ii.,. Sliawberrie*. ".' '- .n. | M Kuirt i> public i super
/\ and fancy Punt's( NO. 1 Mackeul
bl.ick ,
;."intMi di n O. i H!, Ha. .n tboSl) iu-t.. Mix DreMi and Frock C'lat*. Ac, A-e. from W.T N4L 2 414): Tobaojo, Terms call be Iliad'aV to the [iniciia-iT. [: d's.r in TilLiImsi, .-. i>n the first Monday in December i Silk Gloves. For al<- byGEO. ,

tAUAll A, wife cf 11 1L l.ji.1ijrI.. j.ej, iu the 3'Jciyar Satin and IAIM'v'i.'t Overcoats. manufacture, and catks do. do. WILLIAM J. BAILEY.Lyndhwr : nest, to the highest bidder, f-.T cash, the follow Lg d.i- \V. SCOTT other goud. i '
a-ii
of 1I.1 srr.ThpdoccaNnlra. .JeIIitlg. gI Ui-i. I Ti.laeeo, 't, Fla, Otnl.er 1C, 1 2. 41 tlj ; -rilM-l La'ili. t<>-vi it : October t;, I2.: 4J
r'tr in pr.Iucel.v Cod:1-h Sniokirig
cabor ,
atiati\o '.f Ili.lnvn.l, Va.. but bale very low fur cxdianiforj j FinelurkUh do. : W t S W I sec 3. T 2, N < flt.1'; ESW.NSecS.T2.N i. I --- -- 0..
D. MANLLi.i j I li-ruing,
1r .. cr1 1\uir.Lwlbwn with h-r lu, biiii'l a KMvw.i I SiiulT.ia For Sale. 1 Sec 3'T 2, N ...f R :r. E; W i Fancy Goods. i -
15 Sardines
i < I
T:1.: : CLihty, 'b r s.IieLnl t, i'.n.e tj-; "No\ember 13. 1852. .. ? of R U E.or so much thereof its mav U ncce*. arv to 1'1TtI't.. nn4 (!oorp.1 Sillt't
mil and! half of
>:i \ OII TI, i ACRES ff laud within a a
I ]Iri-h
Hats and Caps. j jALAHr.E Rio iii). 4fi. Tulhihas, hinir Ix-twei-n the Meridian ,
|
rr }'' (dollar with internet frrm the date aforesaid |
Plain
manShehv Iiii De Lames and
Onion) JloH
1 do. n-ction of Fancy
La/uira IM ii. of I 19
t1. of HATS from the \ and Manning''"" roads. a part
lift ,j JvoNd KIll at..vti..tnl bus and full awrtment il.-cree.l to coinplaiiiant.: and the costs of saM |
''AL tfl e thocoaiccttViK ol l and MenV (.Irlou-) ,' Tea, Stone ; ;s5t11. the LaFayi-tt To\*. n-hip. Al 'tit r"-: (" a-iv* are elnared Canton Cloths, !
1d i-ale. 1'urchnsen to furMarer's ;
2Ilrj to ; suit aiul of )
( flie1.t a: tJint ti !gf..it will I Jinj. -iiu1. do. Colored Jar, and nndr f.-oee. < ..IKhalf) of the rlean-il land has cxpviHcs pay Barege De Liines. ,, ;
rl'.T, *.:> tv .i-M-n !Ji >j-v the (;ziat euufurt and Il<,>'b C.tp.< of all qualities uud prieu.. which BiK-keU, tirle JJKXJ. F. WIIITNEIl, | Dotted and Plain Swisa Muslinf,
% u1 !'. -MANLEY. !| Pi.-kle a crop of c.'tt''u on it-UKbabm. is in re't. i iSELL1NGOFF
j! LD ; tj.s.n.1 be nold'very l l..w bv October 5'\ls52.;' 4.1 r t Master in Chancery IFdk'fs .
Tubs, Pongee ,
'' | Catniipx, (;Eo. \% LIITFIELD.Oet4wr .
13 18."i-J. i
: NovemWr ,
; r.ik.rIeI:1t1.i. __ i Sauce', MeasunSxrup -*, SI). 1t-2. 43 tlj AT COSTHE \ 3TattiUas, -
:. H lif.'.on W dniJay.. Oct.ilx-r 27th, attj *. J'.lackin-: Embroidered Cinpe Shawl I -

]Q.1; IL'a... J 4; j4I'lM Kb.! b days, Boots and Shoes. I Spie.-H, low.Ur, Sultana Raisins, T tm-lersiijned has now in store a fine STOCK t Black and Colored VttveU. -

EJ.ti: : ; IIULT. jt4.1zt n of 1e'. Jhn II. uui GOOD nwrtment r.f all ijuaiti -hidi vill lie CHSHJ.: :Sh-t. Ar.. &.'.. Lv IV.x U.ii-iti*. Almond.lYirie, OF (GOODS) consisting iii Lace, Gimp and JJrald Trimmingv, I

: It.7i1i4 A *cild at low ptire* bv J). iiAXLENovin.br \ ,1... Jhi-K (iW SL'tirt A- CO. C rilRANTS.Cifr.-n.and oth Pn' *rd Prui.s, f,i--li Pi.-kle Pie Cihiu'res.; 10-4. 12. bleached and bra Black Silk Velvet.OcL -

> y cliiM M-UR lr rn in TallabasH-c. andTiiuthrrtook IS H2.!. 45 V.- mlM-r r.. 1R.,2. 4J tf T > r.t;.. i-i I ., .. I 9. 1&52. 40, Ct G. AJ.. MEGINXTSS. -
Oliur.nd) (;Iui\a Juatreccied ' -' -- ---
? 'ruit.SrItflT4I : Jelly. 1
a1t.j1..13 I
---- -
I Ia I
lhf. htft W4C in SejJIeyLJb'r. Berage;; *: Bla. und bro. I>omest5c8,
iie A Card. and! fur R.V.e at the Orug Store ofMoUrSO. I
f'j I
him to her bomein Virginia, Brogans, Osnaburgs, 6tc.AOOOI LEWIS & AME3. j D'ljnr Blanket', p Silks. :
( ) : ). 1S:>2. 4.'i:
"ttn uni timuv!: IiMMiand and fath'-r awaited )' nupplv of Jkogans O-nabur and othr I -'HE: Rev. J. S. GREENE roptctfully inform the Silk*, black and colored, Kerrey. LACK Gro d* Rhine. d> Watered Wbite, Pans, .

20 nu thrw trti.-* after anival aid with onlv : for Plantation Use, whicli will l 1w ".W at citizens ..f Tallah3- anal its vicinity that onMmlaf. Lumber Lumber I I'oluhillM.Ginliains. Ijn.ey- i j JLJ BeselwtTs & F'iiir"d Dress Silks of latest atyle

wtlir .lav" ,. M. ,ICjgt thi* d.arhiM lay in the low price* by D. SIANLENovenilnr \ the 15th jiit.. he will op.-n a Male Seluwl) in IrMt Linen, Also Gro de Afrvjae, Florence, Marseilles and Bare-
am.rar<. ( ] bit little! very the Court I H liuie. Mr.! G. enKa'erj subsi-ribf-r offer* fir sale a large lot of Pine "
) < | ,trn1] j 14 jjuricl near 13 Ifi52. 45 the B.i.ement Room of THE ; Print, Table ges. For sale by OEO. W. SCOTT 4 CO. .
'wr,tt| fr;, ..t 5n) ,,(r tjlON. ,1W' t w in- truly afflict- to instruct radically, huHi as will b.-c'minitted biieh as its'tt'IVt.atlicr Boarding, Alpaect' hlo1lsn'l. i October 9, 1852. 49

iIJrevtt I'' ti mUst" .f ihyr ditres*. we mmsnrrowiny Groceries. t.. hi* care in all the biiil.binie., .-* try f.r College orIt.ieuijtik Flo"riu-.r. Ar., nn.l I l.mnlier for (Jin Gear, all reasoned B.inbazines. Oa-imers, I __________________________________________________
: pan-it aaJ n-Utive to the )bless'yi'ior [ :r uH Mr.G. i i-sa graiiiiiit."f .i.e..ftljo 8111 I If th'ln-t ijusdity. All ordiri tilled with d.--. Pxiunets. Tweed DRY GOODS.
.1 wli and received a full supply of On-eerie. of. i-istinr Uni\entities in Eurojie. He hasH h. ProiliK-i' nciu c in exchange at the Mill, six Jeans
> :Jutli tI i 1 : Suifer little chi'.din) Tl'ST nifi't retp-'ctabb; pil Hat and Cap Kentucky *
i3t.ii.ot: toe..me tiatx me: for of mt-li ii the. S Sug.lr. CoiTee, Tea. Can lie*. Oil. .S'.np, Tobaea. | en long in the prsuti'f t.-n-hing.( and h pa byii4iiHi.i.luity miles West of Tallalm-sir. Shawlnd Vjsetea.Vlute and Red Flannels, P LTD We.I Shawls, Flair and Embroi.Jere.4 '

k.t'd Ci/ar,.. .Starch) SAl.-i-r.it Sa1-.4bt. Pepper, Sj.iai, iuid attention to l.i4 pupil to give frentr WILLIAM C. LESTER, Agent (ilove. Ribbons A Laces, C.wp-tiT Ca.cLnier tb., I'lain, Ei'rit'j.J and ,Prinled '.

Yin-Mr. Stuart Svrup, Ac, ic., for -ahbv alsati-fai-tiou. The i*'o.st niiliff.ii-toryrcf.-i gis cnf October SO, 1652. 4:5: Perfumery and Snap*. Hawipng and Rope, (It).. Pht11Ifld Frinteil Wo'i ,?ti ,, }'umittie }ribge. .
---- --- 45 D.JUSTHECE1VEH MANLEY. Din uitie Cheeks, Jeans'-au '! eeJs Plain tl Motxi4. *
November 13. lb52. Tenns nsiu'l' in thi place. anti{ .
atare Hui.
5OTflIi: S .un rw Wo i i,:;t .._.JusjNtf.7 1.V 1(1 J),it n-niiired. and Fish Barrels. t B'N't1' Shoe. ing, Scotdu nuid ) ,...
flr&Th.I. 4 'iln frue Di1WC ieii'ber4LlR2. 44 _tf _ Syrup Ci ml'* and Brushes of ill Gai.ie Bus-". Cinghams Charnbry Dr.I
FLJ It.II4R. jr (;ov. Ilrown" from New FEW hundred superior| Fi>h Barrel for sale at kind, Shot Pouehe, I 1.ainc. Alpacas, ).uha. Lutre. A ce azeaortmeut '
or (;* tric.1uip, 'vp.ired from IUiioftiMUx. Notice. of Print V
j A
t. : .. dire the N wjiiirt Still. Enquire of I aoe Capen and Collars. P >v der Flafk I ..Lvt T B'ack anti Figured Cambric !
$ : iifu-r barrels No. 1 and iJ Mackerel LL ercdit.'rM! legatees! entitled to dNtri hI.llanJslar0 l as-sortment Cravat aad Silk i
ILrrn j I Ju persons Newport, October 80, 1WJ. 43 D. LADD. A gisl l ortnu-nt of TIardware, Crockery, Glass I
; i Ciicm- A
j s. Li;. tlio crcat I1ivei'ihgkaL l 10 4 do. No.laad2 billion t.r otherwise interested in the e-tate ii.fWi'Dam atrtl Stone Ware Wood and Willow Ware. Wack-I H'Jkf. 'T.ten'AIt. SWiSS and Mull iToalina aa
1ya 'o.i..rfu Iirtht.ri. M. D ri/.lad.-lplMa.] Thw iremcdy i- | lu kitU No. 1I ixwwell. late of Jefferson C'-mnty, Fl inda. Notice. cmitftti' Ti nl*. Ca tinj; Niiils. Ac. and is now receiving I Glove >peudere.. Threads. Needle". Bed Lace.Ua.f.n3 .

fr Iifhifriitiiiii. Ivspep'ia| | I 10 SHluKin, deceased, are hereby notified to exhibit their claims STOCK all of Sh3tlShEtjr, ; Plankets. Ticking. Flannels, Cailt
4'&iie. and ) week after date, I "hall apply to the Hon. his FALL AND WINTER which I :
t- iiiij, Crn.'tiatl4tu l i-bility. I Salmon d.'iniuid Mithin two fiimi this date to the [ 'I- Table Covers. hosiery Umbrellas.
1 bi.l pirkle.d and years FOUR Napkins,
for CASIJ.
tf l of Prolutg in, and for the County of Jef- he ti> sell at cost
ikature' ]rojiosc
nanirc* .wi mo.ihod by own l lie 1 nrredand all c C
will -
the 'FV
perbiiiM \ full Goods.
10 Wen Codfish, uiidersipi'd. or name a-'ioitmcut of Pry sal tow.or .
Jlen-hanU. well Planter* would
(; fur leave to sell the real estate of John N. Partridge. Country a as da .
J.rie juicc. 1.i1'h'.e' CO4)A'ifl .C1 15 barrel Onions, in examine
fli l
for the well call .
deceased
rfetikIIee late "f sai Count, pur| o'e to
furuihlwd
cf it
vauo, by ugent grad to .
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sn.t ad i 10 b'lxtjc Cid r, to make immediate payment of iKiviDi the debt* tlue Ly him : the aid real ectate October 23: 1852. 42 C. C. FYRD I Otober9,1S". 40 ,
BOSWELL Adni'r.County : ; %
among riiinilv Roe HcrrinsrJ WILLIAM K. ,
4 to. i h.ii..ri.1.. -
__ _____ _____ --- CilItA of 4oO' acre ot J.nnd. more or less, i> ing anti -
.. 25! liu- uII.kud- J'fr5Q1 November tt, 1 '52. 44 IIt being iti'the County of JefTi-rson. PLANTERS, LOOK AT TnONOR 'HT ,, Laces, &c. a'

?y L O. O. F. 'By DANIEL LINGO
i f. *S. nr tic is pveti ti at there will be iii 1 1Kcgular 101- John B. Taylor, 1r 1 TO WHOM HONOR Tj DUEr JUST received. Bt-bin and Thread Edge.
I.Iat I > Attachment for ?51 CO.B. Sheriff and ex nflirio Administrator.Je I Caiubric and Swiss E-iges anti Inertigi,,
Meeting of Ixon Lodge, Ko. ft, 20) ) Toluicco, asli4srt(1. GUOOVERSVII
xe LE, fin. QcL
0 Ort. J JTHE :Teron Co-iJitj, October CO I, 1R&2. 43: 4t 9,1852. Imitation of IIooiLao idge.
LES. l. RichirJ
ROW
Iu the ofv 1JEK11Y
liiHim
the IK.W L'II1C l city I"nr I-ale by ;
interested ii.. TATLOll can put Un a Gin. The Wave Valcneicnear -
defendant Mid all other good Gin ,
persons P
oti Ttie JOHN B. GALBRAITH. R. S. hereby notified of the einnemcnt of the Notice you SCOt nie u tln> oet t ever saw It will pick Cambtl; Ji d Sww FTou'iiang -

--- -- Groceries &c.I above suit, returnable to a Jujtio.-V Court to W held weeks after date, the undersigned will apply 1500pmmda per 6ay er. y, with to tiuleL! The French Linen Caiubric, I:

at Tallaliasfee on the fecrm>l Motid.iy in February, A. SIX the HonoraMe Judge of Proba'c in and for sample U gmnl- the GLi! work* m'xithlylemhses Linen! Cambric and i'rencb Lawn IFdk'& -- .

WAntcd.J I Per late arrirdlt from Act? Yorl' I). 186H, and to appear and plead to the wirne. Ix-on Cowtty, for Letters of Ad-uinitration o the Ch- tbe* seed welJ, moats well, and does Hot heat at all- For Sale by 0. i J. XEQIX5IS8.

VT hand and Heal this 2d day of November of said decea-.ed. It M the ti'st Gin I ever bought that did not heat the October 9. 1852. 40
or leas*, a rianUtion cooUluing from 800 2i! l oxe BMorted Tobacco, 5 da Dried .Apples, Given under my tate of Elijah Walker, lat County, 6t

to a jO a'-rut of laad. tx. 25 bags Rio C
s'),. 43 r. n. COTTON. 10 do. Java do. da White Bean*, DONALD CAMERON [EAU.] OctolK.-rr.ti, 1852. 4S: Ct and o ort of mechanic aud know tolerably well Crockery, Hardware, AcA ,
:
. 10 lioxes Soda Cracker*, 14 da Fulton Market Beef, November 6, IC52.: 44 3m Justice of the Peace. when machinery work* properlyl I have \x ought COMPLETE assortment of Crockery. Uardwjr.1

Notice. bblf. 10 $ do. do. d-i. Sugar Mill Rollers. veveral Gin; but thu is the best 1 ever loiiijht! or VTuodeu'are, Hollow Ware, NaiLS Bagging -
]1i Sugar do. at work. If 1 could Liiye believed that aud Rope fur tale low f cash .
Star and Notice. j p. w Taylor't >r by r
ATIWI > crc liu .it1eJ to rii triiu 10 Jo. Butter (lu. 15 b-ixe Sperm. PAIR of superior (Columbia, Ga; Mann I
< ,
>rn, lg3toce, ..; very I could have done such I would havo a EO. W.
Deeeml next in Vactory work ordered SCOTT i CO, I; ;
Candles of A :
j *uUv u or otLcrwiwiH.Bentley iat.trete3 tho *tate ofAppl 6 du. Pilot Bread. Adamantine N Monday, the 18th day facturc.) Su 'ar Mill Rollers, of uual wze, all .
I Gin but October 1852.
O IU- a finer I am contented with this! and 40
J.
ea Uic of 10 j bM*. Nwrth. ex. Fl'-ur] 80 Lags Tablo fklt, pursuance of an order ofllw Itoa Wiiylus comfortably boxed. Ac For sale low tnr
CnIty. < t
4gtj d.ar* hereby jw ti.7ed to ei'il/n erwa their claim nudBtthin 20 a .4 '4 & bbla crushed Sugar, ker, Jud e, I ill offer for wile bef auction, e the to Court the highet-t Hoiit-e Newport, October 30. 1852. 43 D. LADD.- will order. another next PVill Tour, perhaps. tc. for A.mv\'ANN.Jiwrrn place.inFlorida. Varieties.- ,

Hiram Smith' TaJhihaMce, at public ,
two fr.. 10 door to
years oi tlu diOe in the uilKamo L. Irr+ !
1)1 th will L barred and all ALSO-Cheese, Stuart syrup, Starch, flee Salaratus. bidder, for ciuh. the following descrilied tracts of land Potatoes Potatoes oN. Esfj Tulaha < e.gf TENNY Lin'1kirta, Soutto' JiiWn, eeoflopd, III
ir- The above Gins
fet sale ueit door
kt.ebtwI ; rrul e.i and Mail, to the elate of W. \V. Waddd deceased, are to the ,J and flounced. Ladies ingnL Hose, do.
spun Silk4iseta
t tUe Mil ,1 ,- wd CbooobjUs I'rjppcr, powdered belot ing received in
excellent
j. are nijuekUni U"U4dutc FINE l lot of Piit&tot's just Seutinu! Office Tallahn' bv
,
Half of the ec.
N Clovu No. 15 and 1C, in the South ; \ Braids, Veh'erdropaod Lisea dreui' Buttons
& Mace
payment to Railrimd Hnuff, Putarii, Indigo, utmegi, trvwitIxA* A order ami largo barrel! For sale low bv JOSEPH K DUTTON $ I
sale ) J M. WADDEU Atit.Octcbrr tt4 &C. For nl by GX' VT. SOOTT A Oninn. For byIS Quarter. a
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JOeiUUA crates County -
JiL TAYJjOlt, A41rn r. and two fNPTcmbcr N Vxi "r OcU'b.'rSC':; ', 1562. 13; D. LADD. l62. ;t
I OctoW *
oa County, Kovembtr 1C, 'rffS u Cm I : 'cv(1ber 1802 l& 1IEKRY i ROWLKS. C, 1602. Adnuaatratnx. : ?. 13J tQ I Ir


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F i'' I-- L J ._ L. - r_ _- _____--_-. =--------- ANOTHKR --
BOEBTIIIC WOJiSf
Dr. J. H. 0KBA.S SAMUEL HOYT FORWARD & TOWLE, COACHSMITHING: t BLACKSMITHING tga1 LbVtTti9tfltUt9! GREAT CURS FOR

,. of Medicine ATE OF THE FIRM OF SAJTL. HOYT t CO, at Law DYSPEPSIA ,
', H r uaed the pratx in Quiucy, Attorneys & Solicitors in Chancery, IN GENERAL.L. .
i I ad mpwtfnUj affiw. his ****> to tb pubatT SAVAJJNAH GEORGIA Notice.LL DR. J. S. HOUGHTON'S
TALLAHASSEE
S i t Office at U Drug Store of J. P.:Jordan & Co. announce to his friends that he has ro- FLORIDA. fTlflCKERSONESPECTFULLY crrfKon, legmtm. entitled to dutri-

t Qwaey. Septembrf 11. 1852. 86 6m'f. WOULD to Charleston. S. C, Na 149 East B.4y. Wi i. A. FriRwutn. j SIMOXI Towz. :& D inform the citizens of A billion pcmn or otherwise interwted m the estate of .- IW* ii <-J%]

: where be i h prepared to do a general Comrouioo buUJM air of St. A niruntlnt. \ g fl.1 U Loin ami m-igbbotinsr Cocntie. that ho Isaiab Hampton late of Jefferson County, deceased

'3 W. XEYES, H. D., Dentist, .:, and furmJi to order at all time*, any articK OctoUr 4, 1W 1. 89 V'baa purcht**! the e'tabli>hmtnt lately owned are hereby notified to exhibit their claims and demands -

.3 4b __ JLS !locitcd in Quiney. Offic* in bii fioro the North or South that may be antf
,1' A.t % residence, cppoeite ilr. John G. usual c mmi-Jonf a* well as n-ceivc snd tell the same. A. E. MAXWELL. M. P. PA" Cabinet Ware-room, and is prepared U do all work sig ned. or the same will be 'barred ; and all persons

.4 And I pledge mv elf tbnt all buMn cntiwted! UimycArefhall MAXWELL & PAPY, i' of UK- above character iu the very beet manner on ndebted to the said deceased, are rtquerted to make

fr. t J&zuary17,1s5z. 2 receive such attention as will injure ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, reas
Mmilar cianifcsUtion of their pond will, not doubting claims to under tanb his busincw thoroughly, an l DANIEL T. LINGO.Slteriffand .

(' :." $ f W. G. BURGESS Cotton Broker, that mv scnuaintancc with N.Tthern and Southern TAI.LVHASSKK, KLOKIUA. tt be both able and willing to give satisfaction to ail ex officio Admmistrator.

; h) f ei-viees t -> his friends and the public market* will enable me to do us wt-11 as any, ami February S, 1s51. 5 J uliumay fnnii 'h him with t ork. Particular atten- Jefferson County, October 1ft, 1852. 41 6m

n il'b OFFERS Ofice with Mr. Demilly. better thnn many.AL i tit ift will IKiNiid tol1OlSh1O11Ct

:; : i August 2. 1 52. 43 tf .(. dealer In Butter. Chce, Plaster, Marble CHARLES W. DOWNING, I AND FARRIERS. State of Florida.

Dat, Cftncnt. Urne and( Hnir.nd ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, in which hr has had! much rspfrifnce ; and person* The True DIcettlve Plaid
., GADSDEN CIRCUIT COURt or Gastric
iJaces.A .\ Aecnt for sundry Mrtchiiw Manufarton 4.wnin .
.. p. r North and South, as welt* Sibw C. Hi-mint' t'rcIVin TaU.ab.aaMe, Florida. > or bundling Hbopinjr, or which may nqmiiMvty James L. Shields, ) TREPARED Irom RENNET,or the fourth, STOW

: ; : t' VERY choice and *tvli'd n 7rtment of Lace cf P af<", Georgia and French Burr Mill Stone* ; pgp OtTct- at the CapitoL in tin- making and adjustment of their Shoe!'. r*. > Attachment for f i20 53. L ACH OP THE OX.aflcr direction, of BAIOSI

t p good*, English thread Liacn, Woyc-n d->.. Cotton all of which will be furnished on short notice, and at March 15. ISM. 10 tf are im iti-d to give him a trial. There i" no branch ol William Ncwsom. ) L1EB1G. I he great Physiological 7h mi.t, bvJ

:.. do. Fine embroidered Indies handkerchiefs, do. c.-llars, manufnctun r's prices the biMiirw requiring a more careful or practiced Defendant is notified of an Attachment if- HOUGIITON. M. D. Phitjdelphit.P,. '

!. ; do. utvkrrftvcE, a large variety for tale bv Cash paid at all times for Wool. ('.reen. Salted and W. G. M. DAVIS, luin.l tian! the Shoeinof II, r'r'. anti IH tiegs I-nve THE in the cane aforesaid and be Ia required to Thi i ii a null wonderful remedy for lNoic.

'! Oct. V, 152. 40 OEO" "VV. SCOTT A CO. Drr Hide*. Deer and Sheep Skit*. Sbippmc ur*. ATTORNEY AT LAW, to ni>. ure the public that it shall be veil done at hit plead and answer to the same at the next Spring TION. DYSPEPSIA. 3AUNDICELFtrR Con.

,, .t:4: IJc ewax. R e Rope Cuttings, Sea Island CottonSeed taken up hi* abode at Tallahimf, and will shop.Fthnnrv Term of aid! Court. i PLAINT.after Nalflie CONSTIPATION DKBIL1TY ,
Fancy Goods. and Florida Mo"p ". HAS 2s*. ?. 8UT JOHN ERSKINE, Attorney for Plaintiff ng own ciethcd.bv Nators', cir
A
i ; in the Couits of the Middle Distiict the Ga.tricJuice.
': :1' PLATED Sowing Bird*. Comb cleaners. Agate but Ttrrn csli-h invariably. Refers to the citizens I and ol Franklin and Jackson Counties. This change 1:4 intended to apply only to the OctoLerIt3l82. 41 4m gent, halt

; cy drees do, Euameleil do. Port Monies,. : and CVachmithiiu, hn"inr"t<---tlie Car- p- a teaspoonful Iof PtpfjN.infn,fd 1uw,_
I#
I, Cord cases Croton Pctw, Starch Polieh, Poxvdtr PulfsShu Charlet'm. September ll.lfise. Sft Sm March.u.! 9 i 1 ri age MaVing being, a heretofore tiii'Ierth. exclusive Tax Collector's Sale. f fer, will
:.; :ug Cream. LuWn' Extracts,Therm jmeters Per M. A. LONG & J. P. l. SAVAGE ( cHAVING < ntrol and management of Mr. J. L. Groner. Y virtue of authority in me vested by law. I Beffiii PEPSIN about is the Iwo chief how, out of the fottach.

/united U'ard( DrinVmr cur*. Ac.. *e.f' r sale byCM. House Furnishing Ware. L. T. N. B have levied and will for sale before etmeti.t. or C151 Oitj: ,,
4 ociated llu-m -lvi-* for the ol I upon expose t the Gastric
purpose ; ________ Principle () Juice-the
L I :lh 9, 1P5'( <0 GEO. W. SCOTT A CO- RICE b-ilors Fz whips. Muddlers Onoonnut dip- I !La'". W'H give prompt uttcutiou to i ianv JOHN BECOME & ROBERT HEIR the Court House in the town of Quincy. Gatl'i- Food, I tie l'lLrifyiflg. Prese, sing, and

: Rritania: ((., IVilak'ts: taloon matches, match! btk4netitrtitctl to their care. den County on the second Monday in May nest Agent oIbe Stomach and [nitcutne.ed .

Ribbons. saf ei'. Chhirpc Tea caddie*. Shaker table mat*. Oilcloth I July 2 t. 131. 2H tf I AVING lea>ed Ware-House and Cottoi.I the following described properly or so much thereof from the Dijutire Stomach of the '*
1Shed
; t in tbi, City, (iveupied the .t itaSiIi bj will! the State and Oi.tht., 1
Taxes due
FINE stock cf fashionable Hat Ribbon'. Wl.ite d. Open work t1i. Candlestick?, Who dish covrr pa a* pay County t injran ARTIFICIAL DIGESTIVE FLUID
I : ts Pl&iJ, Fiuicv, Brocade, Kic-b Sash and Morning Water co.'on. Whisk.DiMer) slumn" case?. Law Firm. Mr. C. A. Nash.) iiio'.t pectfir.Iy[ otfi-r their j1 *s Hair C.'n.l.LtII Brushes Ac. Ac. f-r f-ale to t the ('..tt..ii PlarItr Ill tl: (. HUMin c cLjJaeitIt.: | vii::: Slro -s incident I thereto lo wit : p.
I by
Ptvles. JbEii. Velvet do Tatfcta 4li. Fir sale it will in furnishing a COMPLETE
UREVAKH;
Cap and
1 : OcL 1sM4U G EO. W. SCOTT& CO. BEARD practice co-pnrtncr lYcme, KiTMpt for, Weili, and Store Cotton.In .-. Two liundrei and ten acres of land, lj ing on Flat
; loiby G120. W. SC01T 'J, SUBS ITU E for it. By I he aid
of
Js. CO. all the Court of the Middle Circuit of tK;,
tt .t : all ei- os where Cotton is i-tcn-d Ly us, we bind I Creek, belonging to Robert Jimerso prep.
'- lion. the and evils of
OctolxrO 1SS2; 40 pains
Florida. Oiiico ia l.uIi1ui..t't. INDIGgj10'
I STEAM STEAM ouraelv to be -pon.-iblc for any diliiiUinoy: whatrvtr. HL'GH; 0. McLEATf.Colltctor DYSPF.PS1 retaoved.
are just
p JOHN: P.EARP.T. Al-so to att >tul! to tl.c .. : uiid : of as they woald It b
1 ain lintj selling Ta for Gadideii County.
t'' T1IK sul friber hats fitted the STEAM MILL Stocr.ach. It it doin J
a healthy
.. Negro Clothing. up w. IIIIYAI: : : ). | the ?:itne.I Octoter ? Wonder) ( rv.peptics.curin .
h 1-1\JaY f Nopro the J.1 formeilv 'V ned by J .. oph A. J'dni"iid-on. ei hl Ftbniarr 2'l. 1S52 42 Gm 'ca!etr.lDEBILITY.EMAClATrov"NKRVOUS !
4 vniicty > ClutLingfrom file I.lR..l. 4 tf I J:jy" Our OfHce Mtnated ofpo-ile the Uuiori Rink.! .
-Tof his fwt to the cruwu cf Li bend." Fr nlety *"ili i Suuth <>t f 1 1Llala-e. t-t.r the Il. il Rnud lead -- t DECLINE, and DYSPEPTIC
; :.7iVt viIl ,it all tzii-s! 1ittefl-l t.. tl.c V Tax Collector's Sale. CON
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GEO. W. SCOTI'A CO. uu. from Tallal.awe to St. Mark*. and ha* c.rtit.uitlycrThanJ SMITH At O'BRIEN, I SUMPTION, supposed to be rathe
c.f Ware Terjeof
Cotton in the House Yard" in the lot
t the
.' f 'October 9. 1.V2. 40) a vppb" of: 50 i.r 60,000' feet of LUMBER, : vacant I Y virlue of the poAer vented in me by law, I I srave. Ti.e Scientific Evidence open w ich
jr
and Counsellors u Ixtween the SttTi"f Jawe
at Law
nid D. C.N ilMiti.
and will be pleaded! to fill onlcn at the i-h<"Ttet no: Attorneys : Kilk-ey hall fipus-e f'ir drtle, befure lime Court HuniieatQiinc t bed.i ji in the highest degree CL'RIOl'S! and 1C.

; ; Hats, Caps, and Shoes. tic e. Order* mav l 3e amy be lift at the FloiiJhm A ALLIGATOR, E. FLA.M. E--<|rand at the Talaha! >-te Kail Ik-ad Lel't| :, i"i 'he County of Cai-deu.(; OT the fourth MARKADLE.

*< 4)) Journal OlHce.) >-r foiwnruYd by the Cars tu the! Mill :-3F From Many ye.ircxjitrience.. we hiipe that Moml.ij of April i.exr.the follnw ing (dt-scubf pro I S CIEAT1FJC H
5:: A LL kind* ;ind styles of ILrts Cap itri Shoo (Vtubtr'.i.lS&2. 40' J. KICHAKDS.Gumbs. WniT SMITH. I M. O'Pr.nv.OhV we !i.aV recnre ti..' c'nfiil.-nef "f tli ; Cotton Planter-"I, pertv.or samui-h r hereof as will pay the Stale and?I [ riDE.\'CE P
J\. For rale by GEO.; W. SsCOTT & Co. at Alligator.:. ; | Office at Nevirunvillc. 11 ml rect i\e a Kl: Talb..re of theSr'jttironatre. Cotiiity Faxes due Ihereon Jur the P.AHON LIEKIG in his celebratfd! work
I ( iot.r p,.f... f..l < *1"Iitri.i.i 'lallalins"--. -e'te.ii.t.r! 11. 1-=.. in .:,... :... 1. year 1S.V2. ant Jm-.l I Chwmi.try. on V
; i. 1s,2. r. > Stpi iv: S.i\annih: : .Iii [ : [ t lie trJcf S4 arv rxp tHe mciueiil I I tirnetti. to wit : ,, a; : "Art Arlif.cul Dig ltJ
-- <. ..J.u'k'-iiiiMlIt- 01. .,. i-.n-.c., Ofj.ta.ETNA All that Fluid,anai ,zou* to the Gasrric Juice
: t i lr I Willow Ware. SHELL back Combs, Bloomer d>, Fiun lMII >ni- ( h-.1'.r 4. u.i.: : I House for Sale.MI Pnrchabounded l on i he Kat by the Ocklockoneeami ly preparef! tminthe mucous mtmr.brarie of lit mfc item'achol

: : .- ': d 1.. Clcr.r horn' dro.do.., Ensli-h d-*., Bafulifile t I I r: l.n-e and toium.Mlii.in DWELLING on the \%'e't I the ihe Calf, in which van .u. jrliclfi
\PER lM
): #, Knife !ia.. TumbUr l 1u i. Ciirerl (30.., 1(1 INSURANCE COMPANY by Apnlachicola Hirers, hint tftoti( ,a,
I S. Icm$4ry (l->, Chine e do, Domestic work dii,.. by'" Ji.'ug & "1Ut 'S(5ESw.65COlTACO.kt'vbcr I I'''' I HOUSE I ; at pn-eiit occiii.ied bv CM! 1C. i in Gad- "'en C.iiitv. and said to belong to the A J>alac'iicfla meat and es, wilt t'e .'ijtrieI, ; ,,_
; ( [ I U! A t111 iRE D) CON N ECTIC "lfU. the
( UT.BUILDINGS. .
tet/juslin
J If. Mi-thodi-t Ciiun-h. I i ie : I Land Co3ii tame manner aa
5 'i Wire do., Fruit : they would Ii iii g ,
., ;, tt WjT' 'Ux, Ciil! !rcu Table d->, Jenny Lid St-wiug. ( ?, 152. 40 Stocks, and t'otlo.i! in % rc-ho'i olfi-red! fur -ale. "To a [.urcLvcr who can make the aiv."HUGH o. MCLEAN, I hiiinan n'oinnch.

l L :standE, Flow tr Jo. For wil by -- :- --- -ruby lite. terms i.t:! the i-iller, it may IN lad at a bargain.' Tax Collector for GadsJen County. I Dr. COMBE in hi. ralmble writirp en lit

(;EiJ. W. JsCOiT i CO. Horse Gear.CjADDLErf. LEWIS: fc AMES, ;j Apply' t' the Iditiof the Floridian .t Journal or the October 1 II, Is.VX: 41 Cm I "Phy iolou'y at* Dict-ion? ." obered that idizinuiion ; -

S 4't'br 0. l2.. 40A Bridl. Maitiniale*. Ollarf. I lameVJ -. .Ta-nnry: 2<(*. 1'0 3 A-rnN: lljii-"pc.. '| under-i ied. G. C. S. JOHNSON. of the due quantity of( the Gastric Juice rat

: -_ _ _ .- l Head fU1L-; Girth-. iialHti.Sliiup'.apJrWhip.. - 1 Scptt-i.iU, 2.., Hi2. T.8: tf Tax Collector's Sale. I ;prominent and all-prevailing cause of Dspepsia'i

,I Gentlemen's ClothingVERY | :Snip* KiiiL" AlCarjHt I bai.-l Felt du. Bin -'-Isdo, JOHN PRATORIUS, .; 1) vut-je cf the power vested in me by law, I I and icir.e he ii latest that a di tinsuisfi d profetiur ni l raid-
I Bo 3; \ tli-e. Wsdl.t and Plain li-! f.-r ale byOct. PREMIUM COTTON GINS. London.clio wa3 >tn : ; i)1 hal! sjle, before tM
eptift.r the
quality stile nnl variety */f G'uttrncu [i: : .\IK FIKM: i r jiri.i. Court House atQi complaint,
I f. 4 E C1thig. FIT sale by.G'EO.. y. l5i. 40 GEO.; ; W. SCOT! .V CO. OK TIM i. & i-n.vioKir I *,] -l-l T. TAYIjOH & CO.. Pror-iirtoriof I IheColuliliiis'nltoii incy, in the C iinfy of r.dd--denon the fourth J| course to the finding Gastric ever\lhineWli> fail, had re-
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> "T"ITJLI)j ) infoim r.i- friend nnd the! ii- JuJeeoIitajnetfrom) Ihetfr.machsof
:
W. .SCOTP A CO. Puuitiitiit J4 : Gin Mariii.ictL-r\ba\e' ( t tbe-at- :M.i'iddj\ in April ne\f, the lollowmi; described I- -

: .*. << flet. rt>, 1 .;2. 40 Gold Watches. : 1o lutketa ti..' ..:''r Itt.1v t. ( ,j.'I I'-lJCtion loanno'iiire! to their [latious ai.d the I'ian- ; Si> nuicl) I thereof as will pay I the Slate prortvoi and I sttccrtftit.Ihinj" animals, which pored ctnipltUiy

4 \T7E have a few of UI-JM f-T sale, ,"nt u* by the Lv C..11. l''l.' 1iiid iiljtiiiisii. the ire 6t.l/ I t'-. .;.t.i fjllv lliriiuhout Ilii: Cot ton ifroviir. re- Count Taxes diif thereon for the \cir I-/?, and Iii e Dr. (GRAHAM;
\\ We dun't s-ell 1 low. p ecu1iil: i, Itill d Pi-att.riu. vla.rt. ha' w I1 b. *..l ii> I ti i'ztt I .. author ct the! famopi( workmen
Rococo Work. maker in LiverjxHl 1 them p.a- !, n. they t au I lurpartd; tov.pph any number rieres-'nrv expeii es incident thereto? lo wit '4 Venerable Diet '
U ,
V but they are warrant id by the rauktr to be u yx-vl ti t attt ii.i t'' tie ciU n'iil 'rauit ,1 thi-i' w1.t ji..uv e of I Ilieir} ci-M.ra'ed PKLMITM: Gi i> s. Fue i liii'idrf d and 'i i\ly-oneacrf ol land, Ivin on \.ir.lo2v.lhat sass : j a rnarliabk fact mph
I
.. N aFsortmcnt of Jtocooo boxen. For sale by article and give i.ati-flttt"ti. l tii ltttr ltizt' tutl ji liui .,f 1iiiiiit cq_ < Whenlie"e I (iins have liten or.ceu!ed, it would Rock Cretkurp'.rt'ii'j[ tobelnnz to L. *.{. Callin. 'hesfotr.achs' ol anisuls, mam.ned;
r in water
lo he
I GEO.V.: SCOTT ACO. McNAUGHT A ORMOND. 1 ft. hit-: ri-et % '.!. by t.t late 1trri-I1. a ria.;' ui"7 1 be 45'l! ( tmnn'c&-sar,\ It/r the Manntac.'iiier.slos.ivx ;i HUGH O. McLEAN, in impait rtniilthp prupmy it disso-!

October! 9. 152. 40) I 1 Newport. Octi-Tier ?, 1 52.! 40 r.41et"d .ij.i/ : I f./ijt, sii r''. I i. \\urd i ii i: I In-11 I laid in of R>crir3 a tind ifulitirjol

_4 --- I ,'itn.t. ,"r.i(7.c.tf.rgu u( "fH I b.ne lu-eii brenIit t t" s'-c'i' {'erfeclionthatth i t .tt Oetrth'r 1CI';. I ?. 41 r m no wise difftrtnt
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for bale t C natural .
by GEO. WSCUTT CO. dizcstirrpi! '
GUNS 9, 152. 40' Hard Scrabble for Sale. I K.\\ I> )'- M A( I> K ('LTIlXG. t < ir s-in: ii It''r pPtl I' rin.iici- v -I I! i > ritnn.t-i.d I them, i r-.r.ui .t. t.,.,... n.l ,... .

"" f T.'Ifl_ 'O-er.ler-otfer-f,'r-al the f'H'ivintj d'' rriJ All --f whcl: ) I t.tT ttr ,.iv-1f. :
.4 OLIAN PIANOST L"J and valuable projH-rty. iz The I 1 Pl.ti..ition,, fj-talitv.] n-i '/'.- '' ./".'/.. PC :m\_ Dthr"th; t vi!! I l. s-jti I.faction ol. ,t tbn'-e. \\\n. h;.vp ii t > .g-d I ihe Gins, B virtue of thu- pi.Verf9.e.l. in m< by law, I EVIDENCfr.siroilarre: he above fngelher with Re.
: I .. .' .. ... ., ,. 't': c.-i jre iitoif \ithllifii ):; : tie I'rof.rieti
4 A TINE assortment of IV..". % kiK>wii a" th McK.ie 4.iC<% l nnorlr .'."IV"'!'''.'.'.'..''\! -' '.;..tit.i-I.. '.'III"T1I* !uli-I'' and ,uI.lt. Le will-- jucrit.j. liberal" I r- need t-nh' % I h..t I the |FIII-T Premiums- shall expose for '. .le beior.* the Court Hen,e at i portft KEMARKAELK CURES, fron all patti it{

i>V tlie oi'l hou*< of llalu-t,1)a i. 4 C uiiv b. id S or 4 hiu-Jred liiivibitn culti\ut-d and! j Ir> ',,- ; 1 pi'roin.'e fii-M (tl.i- p'llilic. a ii.ive lii-C'i: a\Mir.l.-d r.. i ihrrn for t th!ie BEST: GIN I I'i Qnificv. .n Gad-d.-n; County, on t the fourth Mi>nd.<\ ,' the United! :5rafo.; -

at Ibcir New York Warcroi.m-: <7 7 Brvadw.iv. Their; ; 'j&iuUum tIC'.-< ..'(.ll. Coin. Cuti'in. Tubucco.: Ac. '11n, l Pl.mtaj ; No\eml I':!, If5n. 46, |f I I'i'iiteda', t tLe rc-al t 5t.ar r Fair held if A I.mfa.Gtor-e.\- .in, Apri')' ne\f. ll.(* f.ilir.vingt1i-tcnibeci property, or 1x..I f) } iFpiiii curm

I nndWtim euit-'im will !b.. :i\\lu-ieonl m,w re.-ide, t i tin : a No. at I the Alj!>an.a and Georgiagri"iilturjl I .r tn'ich thereof aM ill!! pay the State and Count* Dr.Hoi'GHToN'SPEPsfN j [ ha* redncAillieiBoitMirrrtou

U-d L. re. IVi'-es t.' all cii'tomors! tLe Kuiic it. in \), l: : :; ( I) uCte sre ,,f gio.l ha!:i-j: Drugs, Chemicals -5cc. j! jiiil: .Mechanic'Fair, held at (Ci'IuirJins ; anti at I Ilie. I 'Iaed'e; thereon fry the sear 1ZiZ. and the necessary fjfeclf in firing cats ot 1)uililg.dmra.ci'sgwn.Vtrrous *

ton. A full supply 41 PPO.lid Laud PiatJ.'. NsI'ja"s! r .Mk. jn-l nb'iut JuO: acres cleared the l.jaLir! <; worl-' < aniiiul I Fair t-f I th.- Smih Carolina I Institute expenses; incident thereto, to w il : I Dttllne. and! Dyprptit Coxrump'

tvl Ict. MUM; at \ L'jv.ie! auJ ntiul. Lij! ral div j land, <-f fair q-iu'.ity' nn, 1 pn.Jurf] v. ry well. On, tl1 ':- : 1.2 OFLl'IIATE jri.VINi:, warranted pure and full <:'h.iilt fen. Tl c Ci-lfcn cinntdon( thru Gisis, at EiIItt -(,rfarm r-'; of Land in Gisdiien( Conn', lion it isimposMhle In give the details rfra.t wi

count to the trade. 1 lI I premi-es are a g'xid (Jin llo'i..&-. sd-o I lwi-lln;, r and' I i weight. i I .- Ihe tirf F'l ifiiums at the exhibition J-eid reeived in- I'' Uelvriin. to Rubin Hollin er, l Ivinz en the Apalachicot I (be limits o: this advertisement ; but authrnticatej

GOULD; A: nnniiY. 297 BROADWAY. N. Y. j oilar b'lil-Jin! Mid -p2i-ndid, file I for a Saw Mill, "m'j! Oil. Illa.-k j-jevr. t ('hirle>l"i;.ni|| ('rotini: iaii ai every Fairltre ? River, adjoining the lands r-f Inneraritv. 1 ct-rtiricatf'S t iai been given o* more titan TWO

t7Ncrs. G.'uui & lknnv u[ a g<>. 1 -tjtaui. T5i :ibuvemuitidicd j r"jH-itv li-: mi ;j Pmitiii] Chiniiil-tio nn nrtii-I pr<'[lan-d fioni tlu; '' sainile(; of Cotton: from I lln-m ;Itaie keeffpxhihitrd.nt' : HUGH; O. McLEAN. It'I hUNDRED REMARKABLE CURE, in PhilwMphia -
v.r uL'J-iii. ; bith M'-i jf 1ar Cik, Ixtwf-eti and j l'rui.in JJ.nk.I ; <-i-n-iilered iu-aily I c.tul; : to Qtiinine. The Propii'fi.rhave? ii I their Tax Collector (for GaJsden County. t New York and Uc>ton lone. Terse cereil!
.ird dealer mit; t\\ tn >
pos-esiori
wbolvK !
e and! retail in rln-ot? Mu-i"|' ; of,t tli't Lover MIJIral ( about i one third j the jiri'-e. I numt-r- Octn's'r Ifi.! !I'i. -ii Cm I I desperate ra'es, and the cures were not on-y
aud Spring*, and ni! from tun rfitific.iK-lrfn PUrferi C
iiii'-ic.il >eveii tlf
l'iibi'-ii''U'! De.'dtTr1 in < n IJi'ikrr (V m- !
: PIuii.>e or M.>i<- A LSt O, a p-iii.-i.il Miiii-ly of rapid arid \\oinierful.bnt .
J-i lie C .iiiity !Sit: t.f I Iliinlt''ii ( .' Chi-iuieal- the 3 lic-st nn--ion .M!rrh.infs, and ppimarent.i
eupj :.K-'l "U Ibvr: p.liv. Sale. i a great
: Aug.21, lt.52.. :;3 j i; 10"1 acri1i i_ "! ii'-tr the Great; Fjd!< 4'X f tinSuwa'iiui .: ) GO H' feTif.|) ..' t} .it t Hie p.-r i'.rmirice "f ( he Gin, | ANTIDOTE psrtiefulailv -
Cm II uttlul tend
Itivir, u Miitablo) site f.ir matliiiiery 1li 1I S kiii'l ilat'\.itu: i j j Fun- < <.l.i2Tn. L''iirlirart' : <. and :.n : celled e.\- (d ?.t d v.ill for 'de. Liforc i Complaint, Fev r and .Anneor bad'y' trratril lever
.b'cub.-r will k the [sWt r ca.t; *liiie.1 i TIii l.ittcr im-ii-1' i -m ut by MI\ ITIH-evt'r m.in.ilrfcli.ied. upon. -xpo[ -tr the
fall ajrtmcn: : ti the-i-ji.lollowht during, nrticlcs.M.-I-SOII: which, a ,! tioncd ].tiuI 1 H about "i inik-s Ja-t "f ilu- While Jlphrr ,T F.in v T--.I.-1! Ait'i i ii.! !-.=. :it v.-i\ Z l.\v j.rir.D.tiV .-. I I; .1 r- t r i' ii..n ti i I:, r u. '.'ir (:i.ir: I in.e; i.'r, ut the citv_ of Ta1Ia'.ae.', on the and and As ether'ie, and the evil rIcls ri fi inine.Jfercnrr.
; drugs
11e luvitt-s | line : Pain Kiil<-r, l.'ri.lwty.s: ; lU-adv IMkf.! I < !ler.tl I .\ I li. r M..I. l i.i Afnl iit, tl.c fillrwin dtv-crlbed! unon time fliiestip Cigan,, it'trrt
purci.i! er totll an-1 .f --.j-.i.j will .cll ; Spring-u stmimcr u*>< rt for f ui:idi'Hli<-ic-1| -r i.t-flt 01rwanlei| to i >tc I'n.i ii -it.r- bvil.a y lung sickness.! Abo. for
a i
at O-.ssl. it.
lowj iicr i I oiTi'r' twfi Lot I In.Ji.i: rii iLii.t! 'i.i. I..:'i I. viI: l rrceive |I prcji -ri\ r -o ri,1vi; tLtrccf a will!! be MitEcnt ta exces in eating' and
\ibicii 1 s
p : t4 na cou Lt had in& tb'j citv: lajit one <> bas: t .li-iabc:'! i iciMiiffi U'b p'rompt| 4ltci>li tree n-e rf ardent spirit It almost! reconcile
K
t Br. iiu ide (,? :*( table buildiii .u!! it, and i< now nii}>i id I bv ; lflC.Ja ft li..U-.l l'la.'ttrai.1: otli.-r! r.-.iuilv, .le,1- vM.l! be-eiit In anv: part of the cour.tr*', and, \ar- j;( lilly tl.i- State tnd t"tri.v> : Taxe- due therti-n fvr the Health) -.% it b lnttmj>rrante.

Balk Pork, ''Navy: Buan l Dr. Jvt.&ht, to whom 2 tale; p.a-re] in nfrrin, j-.nv, t raided to ii* >,iti-triii.n.? 'eur I Is-).. alIt! !ai! rT--i'-n'al expvpe tofit : t OLD STOMACH

.. 0 ;h.u1LTP. South Carolina Itice l.( .l..l' n \\\n\ ;n.y \vi.-Ji Lu (-x.-uiilno the j n-peitv latI .e'f MiIiciiit.. dc., Ac., jt1t t rer.-ivc.l, ],\ Jus, 1.. I)1) F14)N. Airfit, TaIIai.! pp. 4 On.bini''rti! an1 1 furty-twu tnon-.md I ef.'i huif f Ther is an f-.rm cf OLD COMPI-1LVTS.>TO.MACII COJf-

.1 1., utr.CLLn.L1, IIqm Frt--b Com M.--il, 1 iCi Itl.nn..I. i1 1 .1 u aer, .. (if I II i I ill (..'1 i i I I ia (' at in- ("s.t..Lr i.i:', Ib A AMI1S.if : ('oillrlI.uia! G.I. M itch 2''.>, 1 J4V>. I II I jj l j\ ( iI i( drill! arid twci.iv aTc of anil. lyini; Leo, C 'inty.; J I PLAINTS wf.icli! il Ice- nut a tn to reach and us-
Plain daJT. .Java ConVu I tv, wiMiui liif; a iiiilti <.f the I/i\vcr Mineral! II 3'-5. 4u ) IrMimlcdVet bv tliSOi k! ,1 in ,, at
Miiail t Spiiir. a rriVP: nnre. m.lt1v> how l-il bititCIX'FS
Ira :(, ,. they tni
< }
fleoirnbltt l id.iee fur j Fresh rugs. Medicines. & \ ; rk* Ifivtr. mA South by iltrnitilln <*..
O. llron-n Sugar, bv a minim r n-ti.knco.I Al.-o witb' & .uitv ; I INSTANT RELIEF
the fc-ick, tlip 4 ONJ( j Now opening i i f I MIE iW-nU r- are jut-t in rei-eiot Of their Sim- 1 Lino. know ii sis Fi-rUV Pureha.-i and aid t. beioc .1 finitedotrrtmunall
Porto I would *
Ilico do. Jo. Hi,, .. jure placv, cell a }huidiiie: t >ck nf j j ('Ic Mnr-ffusanfsympfowii and il needstobe
.: CIarii i1ii. White Wliine' and Cider Cattle and hi4-. ll<>r ,ei Mules, Ac., and nmku, the I \ T the well known i.tttrl] funnerlv ncrupi l 1 by'. ; i JL iimt-rmt..ek . .L \ CLAKK .t SJT1LLMAN Al"r&, Sjimninny.. ()piuni I I'ij' -rino, Caloir.el.l JOHN H. RHODES.
tU4rt'$ CIarilic-1 Sucjar, Vinc.ar 1 viii'.tit. / U.P/, if secured. a (General; und .Selectre : ;peimanent. PURITY OF I5LOOD,AND VIGOR OF
--ortiiit-iit i'f (Cream Tartar, 1ucau.| Jalap: Hydrt'ide! IN-taaso I Tax Collector Leon Count
Jx.cf tlo. II. E.: PURVIANCC. <>- r. BODY follow
Cu.kirig Wiue at once. It i is articuhih cxcellctt
Crushed HainiltMi: G', FI. AuiM I l-'all a Put Winter C1oI1iIvi. j di.l Iron. loilidc Mercury, Svri.j) Iinlide Ir n. Octolr, 2. 1852. Z9 6m in f
d.>. Limp Oil, % tl, 1K 2. :::j 3m cj-c Nausea, Vomifir.jf, Cramps. Sorenwsnf
** 1 1'IIF Fancy G; Ve-tin. rh
GranuiatM ilo.do.. Lard 1J *. IIier 1 \% p pmt of the Si| >macli. disfrf after eatinj. low,
** Fall and Winter Goods. J l Fine .Sewed and Pe.rz'il Inmts litamd Sml.i; Powders.I Iixline. Nitrate Sj1\(-i, Snla Notice. cold
PoWiIercdJyaf Svt ; yiijiper, &<: wliit-li s'ate rf ihe Diri; ). Heaviness! Lowr.ess olSpiriu. -
the Mib-cril. ) is I. and Yi-a-t IVwderis, Strteiniine, ((* ive SuU __ tx months} after date I hall
final
Lir by the ,fcub ribi-rs r ready nnd :HIXO! Worchtcr and] nn U'eikncns
Sauce anJ T are rec-ei\intf (ipenii! a II'tek w M! T.hin ,._.' lendetfj
L .- by tlw biirrel, others, if fC3.41Il.tljl,' ;. .NMh, tliiie4 ti liio-t rc'iMinabli' termfor e.i-h i.r its tt/iiii'-u'titt. I IIlie iii.ite. Ci-li-iif.] < Ar nie, I R..1! 1 and White Prtcipi- count usid vnliei! rs tthe 1h.'ii. JucJjo! of Probate to insanity Suicide. &r.

JIolasF bv the dn. Durhaiii Mustard rV rytl.in need'-d bv I'.iinilios 4r for plantation !st.ek t of' ri thi.i. eoiiri>t.4 in: part of j i tite PHI-M- A'-M. Kino. I'u.tutirii.! niai f..r JetTcrj-m county, us hniuitratcr of James 31. K. Dr. HOUSTON'S PEPSIN, is sold by nearly ill
l UM-. Black nn 1 C.'i''r''ul] I Ditand) I Ii- T.u to ri' Aid I, I'liinii.ra. S--iini.: White aivl I Blue lloUonian. late of aid county deceased, and l ask for the dealers in
Syrup by the half ( discharge
S. Brown Sonp. Hiunll Utxe- Salad Dret-mij, to vhi'i they invite the Jittcritionof tLt-ir fiiindnnl Black, JUne, (ireen.; Brown mid Mued Frock, ravay ami Anni-ecd. adniinUtrutoriLip.W throughout Ihe United Slates. It is prepared in
Candle in the- Sek Ull'l J FiillCV Coat" Mtnna.; Ouni; Tra_ .w-aiith, (Giia< -:1t. Amnotiia.: ('anpli.r % C. SMITH AdmV. powder and in i Fluid form
t
whole and lulf Soda Biscuit !i public ucrally. TVIIIH ni'ial -and! in Prescription ?i iaii
: ns iiiiiinHl.iti"K.
'a Lojce*. Pic Nic (J. d-J Drab Blai-k and ln! >un (Uvt-iitiati, i Salad! Oil, ll.* -iti.d ( >ils (..f all kind-! ) CI., es. Jefii-reon county, Oct. 2.1 J>:52. SO 6m for the n--e ol Phmirian.w.
Cracker ilEGINNLSS.
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I Starch in i'igu.-re'h l itnil' Uhuk Silk and Black Safin GiniT'-r.; Mu-tard. Piii: KiK.T. ( 'uii.r.-9 Wiitr.. Sar- PRIVATE CIRCULA RS for the
: 1 lb. lPCY5, \Vater Oetolw-rO, 1 IK52. 4(1"" fct ; Ve.t-i', nse of Phjsicijn.%
< jiij, ; >:irill.i; -Pi'illV.I Ci>m t'M-kV, Tonnin,, lV. Sanda"nnd Notice. be
44 Black, Plaid, ( md : may cbt.iinod f Dr.
( by the box, Butter Grey, ; Fancy Caiizicrtl'ani;a" < Hon-jhton or his Agenfi.de-
t Clx eolate, C'-m Starch Pilot BENNETT KERR''ca; 1 i CoiM>IMite: in : the whole proce preparation' and gis'

I Ktidi-ic and Navy Broad. AVLite, Fancy Silk and Mar-eille< Vorff and Spiijeljia: Li-iU"ri% Senega. Valerian: Dorr.x, Soda. Iat of Leon County, deceased are rejueytefl in the authorities upon which the claim of this
Champaigne, Porter and Ale by the ti General Commission and Forwarding Merchants various M >ia. (Calcined and! mak'
oz. t iine CarN-natt-d. to imriediate
ood
j h'autaine Cider other article. I too mnu-rou.s: to inenti>*. < ) Chamomile payment; those haying : new remedy are based. As it is NOT A SECRET!

1 ,.' lirandy: o/lhetouie Old by' the doz., A'o. 113 Tf/ioniituiJat */., X< m (lrlca>i A. B. CLARKE. (I FIon I -<'i2>, Q.w 1 i.u Aeid' -Muiiatii*. Sulphuric, Ni- demaivU n ain.-t said estate will present them to REMEDY, no objection can be raffed against its ass

JLideru WL'Mtv, .. Novt-mbc 8. 1851.: tri". ,".e.te anti ('itric. ltv Water, Ilfe. Orange, nnder-ijriied f.r jwivment within the time prt'seri- by Physicians 1-1 re-ppcfahe! and
%Vine (Tcr their -14 tf I standing regular
I'. Old Rye RESPECTFULLY, M-ruer-n to their FI. rida.! nnd liveu'l&rVnt.r'. Flavf.riii' Fxtraets.H"p MIbv\ law_ or iLi-t notice will be Iead in liar of ti-irrtciMry. ,m._._,; p.;,.,. flflo T T> ._ L-
Fhcrry ..Rectified jiublic generally, and flatter I I Hcrlx, ATnil If Itieli W. S.
FOREHAND.EDW"
4 frehm imd
4t are t f the : {BSF.RVETI1I-Ever!
tJi'niscli. botlle
Suh're flour es that, by itnct attention HELP AT HOME. of the viaine -
f MartinaH to business i
1 and Picalilli. they In-el For side ( fit
S '. F oualitv. by TLACKLIDGE PEPSIN boar
? the
; written
LII l S.
I L iti iii U tie able to H.itihfarlion signature ofJ
For sale at low fJr ; i t, give. ,, to nil \vl o may ci n-, THEmiders-nied.bavin-made larjje iinprovenKiits j I J. P. JORDAN September !5, lti. :28 I IO1'G
.l prices each, vlmlesale "nnd IgII I. I. t.1. I i4' ;t.t 1iiL 10 them, either it Co. 8t ElTON. M. P.. sole proprietor Philadelpi'i! ,
re- .
iinul-liiri ,...,, :
tail. JAMES B. GAMBLE. 1 for sale or ohtpmei.t.All In funti-h COTTON GINS prcpaied Qiiii.Tun' 10. 1S.VJ. l'I tf PaCopy.right and Trade JJark secnrec.

V __ !TIii24.2.; 16 Sold by all Druggists and Dealers ioM Gcinea. .

_. I j'rwitptly uit'tided t'I. j Glass, Oils, White Lead, &c. t LL per "n creditors, legatees entitled to (ilStfl.L11 .
1,4 ilH-r.d, udt.niM-eK iiKidi He has y: it t 'up no liwid.iuj making Gin; to exhi- r.o:; :IS; Window bntii>n, .othcrvl.sc interested in
CARRIAGE ; on cniz1nu.ItQ f-f ffiT' bit nt Fainor l b\ : Ga s. a>-*ortiilli -izei the c 'tate of LEWIS & AMES,
: REPOSITORY TON.TOIJACCO.NAVAL STOKLS. WESTERN j' guuiii Nmth, to Ijiuell or other plato i ken- White Lead I A Albert K Taylor. Lite i.fJetYeri.4t'n cvuntr. Fit-rlda.de- Wholesale and Retail
BY MILLER AND or : c' *. >,i t Nor: '- i s t.i write in, )hi",i I pure, extra Xo. 1, Agents.
BROKAW, PRODUCE.] i I Hi I i tihli4im, piui-c. I S: barrels! LiiiM-cd! Oil, ei-aaed. are luriby in tilled to exhibit their claims ant! February 7,1 S-W. 5 ly
i | f> < i.t i" ..
Tal11uiier, Florida. Ample nrr.ut'mtuits: f..r Storage nt the low o>t rates. .f the cotton Mru-tly rfoutheni----in tl.e mid-t! 5 Lard Oil, iotn.uijditLia two yean from this date, to the un

I ---2 rsliave received New Oilean", Anyu.-t 14, 1 Ihi'j. :} > c.mWAKULLA"HafETl hhow fir tl.ini.ilviand' "rowituj r"t.riu'ii.i He intends his Gin(; (t.> 2" naikajje* Fire proof Ps.int. (LM.s. and bbLs) pijjm-'l, or the same '* ill be barred ; and all person! Exchange at Par!

S .t.i1)plY -CAUUIAGES! ulnnjcof -. ___ the l 1ei-t .no warrint d to jH'iforiii in I Uirrela I cct.fit.41Vhmi!. I hi. imlebtetl to the said deeea- eil are rt'cp'sted to make GROCERIES, Hardware, Crockery, Wooduti.

..,- (ilLs D) HAUNPiSS Mliich, iu tJif-v;:<;- made to inuniur tin win n ]>n>]ieily attendcil ii,. nr t Lu' Uj j 2 Train Oil 1 1.1.1.| Coj.al Varni.li. immediate payment. JOHN L.TAYLOK. Admr. SteeL Blankea KerseyUato /, Brogan.,

oiler fur t-alc. un the m...t rea nable U-nn8., i loinat Mioit>o ut but nun exIM-n-.e. (Jiii niiairin i I Spiiits Turpiiitini- I barrel-) anti at retail. A JefT,-rs4Hi eountv. Oct. 2!, 1S5: 39 Sm Cap. Black Dresw Coat, Pant. Vests, Orercoit -
All AT t pennd ;
THE iidtH-r and in
\\iiLingM: purchase anyf the almvc articles.1 NEWPORT SPRINGS. for ((5ms ) the lx-t n.tnia-r. Ordt-r I a-.- rti. ent of Colur ., Bru-hes.and! oth.-r Piiintrrb *. Hunting Coats. Saddles, Bridles, Ac, gr en in

vill pk-av CHU!l and exjoiunc for themschvR. A_ A fTMiniiiKlcr>i>rnwl having U-.ved this well. to. 3 He will th'inkfully di liver,: received them jm.l projnj.tlv.'i'ten.led mateii.-iN. LEWIS A AMES. Notice. EXCHANGE f.r CaJi, Cotton and Produce of tto

Jt-crn.btT 13. 1 1-SI.) 49 tf ;II_|:H known Uiblishment, nifpectfu.ly in chaser tr at his tii.rm. I elow at the recidcncx o( the pur- June 5 i, 1 <*.'.?. 22 tf c;ix montli* after ditp. I .hdl present my accounts Country p.-ntrally. J. 3L "WILLIAMS.Novi'mbcr .
.
( E -_ ______ 1 "- forms are a few certificate- I. 1 IS5I.
., _- the visiting and travelling public tliut (.f the large number that could Ix and! *micjier to the Hon. Judge of Probate for 43
CARRIAGES AND he las had it greatly enlarged aid: tliiiroughly re exhibiteil if iieec.s"ary. Wines, Syrups, &c. Jefferw County, as A'imumitratorofJt'hn 3!. Brooks

: BUGGIES pairtil, nwly painted and furnMied.) He has; FiVhermcti J. \VA1ftON.. OLD IV.rt. (.'iret.: deceaM-d. late of :iiii' County, and ak for a discharge Pure Sulphate of Quinine.

: D. E. HULL, constantlymjjloy -d 1. funa L., his table with OM P.rtSiiaikliiii joke, from aid Ad.znini.tririiei.JOSIUA. T HE subscribers have on hand two hundred ird

r IFFERS for sale a splendid af.inrtnwait Oysttrs and Fish; in addition to which, every dtaliricy Tl.ih i I lo certify that MAbY.I huu Fel-ninry in IS, l52.! Sherry.Imdon. ; Cider, [ TAYLOK, Sr, AdmV. fifty ounces tut Sulohaleof Quinine.i.' hick the!

k. -* of Carriages and BuixgicH, ut will bu provi.led the iiii.ikt't will alford, incluHc in J Je ,Htid, Baker : use, iijn>n my plantatioiis Porter, Scotih Ale, Jcffi'ri&nn County, August, IS52. 31 6m have obtained direct from the manafacturerj, oa

t Z_ prices to suit the timt >!* an I : I hiu a ctlrgo of the CuiF Elujf lii the i4iapt Of <>( each Counties,, three Cutt n (Sins Krandy IV.iche.s, Brandy Cht-rrien, they will warrant il lo be a superior article.Weha .

't Saddles, lind I", Martingales, Hanic-sn ('fall kmd;:.IM' I.Keau; fre," fr thc \Vtrnl; ti.tv. has n Carriage Palmyia.t-ixty! i NIWI.with which, made I iimVtll by li? >]imel J. H. Wut-on. ;ed our stock ol Drugs and Medicines

'*. 3 both double and single. Carriage Trirnmint'S of all in constant) atfendanco for Ladlci and Invalids wl-o tht-m filial to Gins pleurod nnd con.-ider Fre li IA'bster, DIX montli. after date. I shall present accounts by recent ariivals.and prepared to exeri
kiud*. SiningAxles, IWu.! and. in vri-li to vi-it the li.itln vliicli any iiad: in Georgia in I LemonPine Shad. O ami my orders ,
ietai.'
fuel, every thin*' are now bvin;; put in I fake every vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate for lor articles in our !lineat wholesale or
4 tuua1l Ivkei.t in a btorc of thi kind. 0 complete rej>uir. ]{oat.i will I-e providt-d for those jilantf resfM-'ct.rs in Wectcrn plca"tre ill recoiiinieivlin, them to j I (;iuigt.r Salmon, Leon County, a.s Administrator of William Roberts on the most accommodating terms.

t.1tepatr' d..ne at kLort notice. who wMi to t make an c cur-ion to the Light hIie \\it.-.on in ( t i.rgia and Floridiu Col. i Apple ** En li>h Mustard! decease I, late of aid County, ant! ask for We have also a few accounts yet doe lo us fott'U.

_I Diccubur27j. ). 61"i Jiitnt'it' f l.llld, llliil otlifr tibii.i.t! :(Twkiit. flw* I I. .,- : : u Soutbern mini, ),'>ni uinl rui.cct Iii iur Gnuvu; Jt-llv. 1'rcbt-rved Ouinrv*. (_ ..,S.....1 a discharge .. 1.Lti 9'i. .., t1t ;
.
r -_ H'j )IiasjiiHt compl.-tcd a iu-\v an-1 ojiuniodious! JJtuni, tutu U4V3 a "o. Ji LUUIU Uil4'XI"UJOSEPH Currant do.Sparklinp .' IV-aches, -- READ ROBERTS. AdmV. but if the wholecould paid shorllj.it would gofartowardsliquidatingceilain

f Jo Bagging1, &c. Stable,, vhith is furni hed with careful and attentive BOND. ( M-lntinp, Tamarinds, July IT, 12. 28 6mS f sum which te 0'e

.. YARDS GUNNY BAGGING Ostlers. In rhort, the Proprietor pledges bini.-ili to Flavorintf Extracts, Spires LEWIS & AMES-
iooo do all in his 4tRtY, Gn., February 23,1S.V2. Yeu"t Powders, Pit-kit.
to conduce
600" power to the conifc.rt and Notice June8,1850. 93
Kentucky nat- Tliis; I is to that
l i i-faction of all certify & I haie: in un >n plants-. Com Starch, Salad OH _
2'J coil who may fat or with a call and! my IX month niter date, I shall
JUrw. nolicits f ion in thu present for final
fair tri.il. County, u sixty s.tw (tin., iiuinufaJturt-d bv I ( )Iives, set Lots for Sale. '
a CapertVtrccterhire
4. 4y 2 ca ka Porter, A, U. NO YES. JoL J. JL \Vatstin, if tlement, my accounts and Touchers to the Hon
Palmyra which
I consider I
-a 1 tierce Alo, N..wport.Mardi2l( 18:52.: 11 t o Gins made in eijual \ Sauce, COC4 1. Judi.re of Probate for (Oadsden County as AmlDistrator A LARGE awirtnient of FALL and VINTE?
p. any Georgia in
th every panicul.ir and i LEWIS in toM
A GOODS needed
all
SOO Mu'kit Salt AMES. of Richard Caniodian. Lute of comprising articles
lot excelled Charleston
I'' I ;f,.. 4 barrels Crw.bI Sugar, 100 Piano Forte's. i nciiding them by t.any.. planU-rs I liav in South-W fit) lie-nation- in rccom-1 I Juno 3, 1852. !2 tf deceased, and ask for a li. oharpp from aid Adminis, S. C.. market received )by recent arrivals from New TUT*
< tom
4 2 Clarified Georgia tration. JAMES E. for sale in Lot* to suit pnrch *trs.
T. GILBERT 'lliey an manufactured in Garden Seeds. BETTNER, AdmV.
2 LLd Bruwu &, COSYOKlt Southern our midst and by' i October 9, 1852. 40 November 1, 1851. 43 J. M. WILLIAMS.

; For nalc tVap by H. S. KNIG NEW WARE ROOMS, man ; u native of our own glorious (;('('rgili.. R 1'TA Haa, Flat Turni]., Cabbage. Beets, Ac.,just 6m
L lIT. DAVID A. VASON! recivcL
LEWIS A Georgia
AMES. Kerseys.
September 18,1652.: 333
37 BROADWAY lf Notice.
Palmyra
County March fi '
,
1852.
9 tf ,
,
1K52. 22
___ : jluiieS. tf
PIECES
r Cor.Ahthony ft. A opposite Broadway Dank A SIX month after the first publication of thw notice GEORGIA KERSEYS
Thcatj "
Wanted. "
c, fit 50
I
will PLAINS.
Thomas
( HEHUthe THE TRUE MEDICINAL Hughes Hines, present my accounts and voucher, and
'
THOUSAND DRY HIDES, for which the V V mid vllluiiit largest acaoitrneut of Pianos teith Atlorucy and Counsellor at Law ply to the Judge o'f l"rol>ate of Leon County for ap a 20 WASHINGTON KERSEYS.
the -l bratd
COD
highest pnct-H will bo paid iu caMi e< < Imjiroved l>.K-m LIVER OIL final discharge from my administration of the'eotatool For sale low by HEIR & RUST.
or tm-rclmu- be f wnd all ,
may of which have the Metallic frame ThOU PVILLE, GEO. September 25,1852. tf
due. s. S. in the cure oj Scrofula Gabriel Brittle, deceased. 38
KNIGHT. all,1 USEFUL Consumption,
September 18, 1852. 37 tf fntire are warranted Iu stand aH>I clhiuirle, cuj gi.'e. isin.Athuii.i tlronchui iCeughs, WILL practice in the Circuit Courts of Thomas NATHAN HOLT, AdmV.
tatitfactiun nnd Fall
will
be sold at jjreog lai-gait*. and disea'cx of the Cheat and Lungj. A supply s, Clinch, \Var ,, Appling. and Irwi-- May 8, 1852. 18 6m and Winter ClothinTLTST .
IJy at .zpeiic1ice of tiyfit year, rcsultiiiif! in ol this raliuble medicine,, Ci,untii-< in Georgia juid in Jefferson received
? Shirts, many i just l received, which is i I Madieou, Hani a large supply of the stove
inijiortiuit the
3 j iuiprovemeiitji + !otenn hut bren brought warranted and of ilton and Columbia Counties in Florida. Notice. J of Coats
THAT are well made, of all qualifier, of both white to a frj'tcti ollaintd by pure, very Muperiorqualitv. consisting Cloaks, Panta. Ves
no ot/ttrt. "Jv'wuly 200yjleana Forsjle'jy LEWIS April 24, ltl2. U Drawers, Ac io. all of which will b sold *er lol
fjttKy colors, some of which have been & A.VJES, creditors, legatees entitled |
are extra fine, applied and the demand ALL persona to distri
in May 2i 15ZJ.( RCST.
arid 20 by
4
will ra HEIR
fit
to a T. Just received *ud fur*a!.s very 1 pidly met eating. Elegant lioudoir or Cottage Tallahassee, Fla. or otherwise interested in the estate of

4.. : Iowby W'.T.dITCI1ELL iiivnieiit for fcmall loon)>>. T. O. A Cy's. I'UUKM Plains CHARLES L. DEMILLY, Public Weigher, Wlnney Tison, late of Jefferson County, Florida, decea -September 2L 183!. 88 __

April 24, 1852. 10Chimneys admitted lo be fuperlor to all othin, owing to their arr PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY, WOULD respectfully inform his friends and the ed, are hereby notified to exhibit their claims Blankets Blankets !

finnct tinj long ttandiiiff in tunr. Price HAIITFOHD CONNECTICUT, geut-rally Planters particularly, that he and demands, within two years from this date, to the HUNDRED NEGRO BLANKETS

.. Lamp at the Manufactory. Dealers supplied ut tame liberal an Capital Stock, 8300,000. will be prepared to attend to the Weighing of Cotton undersigned, or the same will bo barred : and all per FFVE pair Bed PJanketal For ale low bT
v.IcEs.: Campliine, Burning Fluid discounts. E. H. AVade's and the and Tobacco at the Rail lload Depot, nnd also in sons Indebted to the said deceased
Si-Ints Tur- eutiie IJoston, catal THE undersigned. Agent of the above the are requested to September 23, 185!. 58 HEIR &
I ., Alcohol For Nile by l logue of Music and iustructiou books funiishcd at thw prepared to take ru.ka against Fire Company, City, in the yard lately occupied by Mr. C. A Nash, make immediate payment.
build
JJ'. J&RDAX & Co. store at alwlttalr. jugs and their contents, uu the most favorable on iu the rear of Mr. Kirksev'u) otnre. HENRY C. TISON, AdmV. CASH ADVANCES.

,. QnmcyJun: 19, l82. 21 tf HORACE WATERS, Solo Agent F. IL FLAGO, Agent terms. c-: Having engaged the service of Mr.! AV. (;. BU R- Jefferson County, August 2 1852. 43 3m rpHE trndersigned beg leave to inform the poW
I Constantly on hand nn eifcrihivo nESS, aa Sampler and Clasuer of Cotton
Tallahassee October offer his
ortmeut of 25. 1SM. JL that make liberal CasA ivaneet
so 42EXWANMUSTMGLINIMENT. they are prepared to
cond hand 1141108 in Rosewood services M Cotton Broker.
Bagging and Bagging Twine.
AX'
Bagging! Mahogany caw-.* on COTTON trapped to the house of Cox
: PIECES Gunny Baggiuir varying in prices from $80 to *1SO. Secondhand p Ho will be prepared to make liberal advances I I flfl COILS BlIggh3g Twine, DW80 & Co, New York. HEIR 4 RUST.
25 O left with him
Eolean Pianos from $200 011 Cotton
1:1 t. S to f275-Grand or bent to him for sale.
For sale tf
Pian
Keutucky <* GISTS and Merchant by September 18, 1852. 87
JO Dundee from If 300 to f 700. Prince A Co'g. Mclodeonj from DRUG can obtain euppliea Qy By giving tnct attention to all matters connected Aug. 21, l82. 33 HEIR & RFST.Children's -

For sal 1m lw br ts5 to ?90. Carburt ?53 to ?'JO GuiUra from $ pricea, by application to with weighing and the sale of Cotton, and by Bale Rope.
p
111 f 1 to T.&. Ac. Ac.a LEWIS 4 AMls.: paying port cular attention to all iustruutions he and
: Youth's
&ng.;.SJ, 185?. 88 HIIR dt Wbolftale! hopes Clothing, -f nn COILS beet quality Bale Rope,
RUST Angit : 1852. 43 Agent for Florida. t<* merit and receive a portion of public
L1i Sm M tcb g, 132. tf Tallabaist-e patronage. HIST received by W. T. MiTCHELL IUU Forsaley
SS
114 Arg-act 1352. 13 tf I 3b' 8, li35. 13 tf An .21,1952. 33 HEIR BUST.ytrjfl .

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