The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: December 11, 1852
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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r. "PBOCEEPINGS OF THE HOUSE.AVEDXKODAY ( I H id bill was read a second time by, its title, and r+lorod: io be Which vas lost. Was read the third: time.

__ I engrossed! for n liri .-o.ji.g \>a io morrow. Th'weupon the original motion was adopted. I By unanimous consent, Mr. Baldwin offered c the following amendment .
)Bill( to be C'ntitled11 Act to regulate Camp Hunting in the Ordered that the Senate be notified thereof. viz : ,
December 8, 1833.;; County of Santa Rna
ti ; Mr. Kenan gave notice that he would, on some future day; ask. Add the following as art additional section :

The House met, ;>ursuant to adjournmenl. Was read the second lime, and, on motion of Mr. Pap, was indefinitely : 1 leave to introduce a bill to be entitled, An Act to change the name i fir;(:. 4. Be it further enacted That all fines imposed( by this Act ,

. The! R\'. -'th. -\raJ omcialed as Chaplain. postponed. of Sarah Ann Filyan to that of Sarah Ann Blue. II i are hereby made recoverable before the :Master Warden of said
being present, the journal of yesterday was read: and ] (Bill to be entitled An Act for the relief of William :M. Garrasai, : Mr.I ;
.V quorum I Speaker presented for the consideration of the House the petition Port, or before any Justice of the Peace in this State.

11'rrovt>J. : Was read the K-cond time. of sundry citizens of Gad deu County praying that Durham j Which! wn adopted, and upon the question of the,passage of the

1 (On motion Mr. Jenkins was excused from attendance in the ; Mr. Papy moved to amend by striking out the word "lbbSIil.es," G. Saunders, of said County, be permitted to collect b'ilbofor medical I bill the vote WES : ,

1 louse on account: of sickness. I and insert the word "rules" in lieu thereof; services, A.c..; Yeas-:Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Baldwin; Bowers, Carpenter, Chaires '

pursuant to previous notice, )Ir. Moseley[ introduced a bill to be Which was carried. I i; Which was read. Evans, Fennell Haddock, Hall, Hardee; Harrison HeermansHeI-:

I'lItit1cd, An Act to establish an uniform valoiem system: of tax. 't The rules being waived, said bill was read the third time by its Mr. McCall moved tint said petition be referred to the Committeeon vens'orif, Katan, Langford, LconardMagbee, McCaIfr f McfivyMooring -

title, :and put upon its passage, upon which the vote was : ; Propositions and Grievances; i Osteen Poliiill Runlerson '
Itinn; ; j, Moseley, Papy, ,Rousseau Simmons
Which was read the first time. I Yeas: -Mr.J Speaker: Messrs. Baldwin, Bowers, <'arpC'lItl"Chairl's, Which motion was lust | Tumblin, \\'hite-2t!, l IXia

Mr McCnll moved that: said bill be laid upon the table ; I Dell, Dewitt, Evans, Fennell, Haddock, Hall, Hardee, Harrison, On motion, said petition was referred to a Select_Committee, --Xone.

Whch: WR" carried.Pursuant Heennans: Hopkins Kenan, Langford Leonard, Ma-bee, :McEI- listing of Messrs.! Kenan, Mooring; and Haddock.Mr. con'I' So said bill passed-title as stated.Ordered .

to previous notice, Mr. Simmons introduced a bill to be vy, :Mooring, Most d ley, Osteen, Papy Polhill, Raulerson, Rousseau, : McCall introduced a Resolution for the relief of John W. I that the same be certified to the Senate.

rnthh.d(, An Act declaring: Crooked River, in Franklin County, a I Ir Simmons: None.Shine: Tumblin, While-31. i Starke, the contestant of the seat of H. 1 K. Osteen: the !lilting: member Bill to bo entitled, An Act to amend tho Act incorporating the

1 "' \ stream ; I \I.rs- ] from Orange Count ; City of Pensacola approved March 2, 18-J9 ;
""which was; read the first time, and ordered for a second reading So the bill, passed-title: as stated.Ordered Which was read the first t time.Mr. Was read the second time, and, on motion, postponed until to

te-ntnrro"'. I that the! same be "ei'tilled to the Senate.A ;' : Kcn.n: moved that said resolution be referred to the Committee morrow.
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Mr Leonard! : gave: notice% that be would, on some future day, ink bill to be <'utitll'dn Act to abolish the oliice of State Register on Elections[)! : \ On motion, the rules being waieclMr.Moseley: : was excused

a (bill to 1 be, entitled, An Act to {provide for suits or actions I' \\'hich motion was lost. from aticn-lance on the None until Wednesday mrrrmur '" '**.

.;"Vms-l free 1 persons elf color, and for other l purposes! j Was read the second time by its title. I un motion of Mr. MiCnH, the rules were waived, and said reso- I On: motion of Mr. McCall, the roles were waived for the purpose* k
Pursuant to previous! notice, Mr. Lemard intnuliiccd! a bill to be On motion! a Committee consisting of Messrs. Dell, Baldwin, lution read the second time.
: Vnct lo !incorporate: the cambia: : Railroad Company l ; I I"wiiii'u ,, Polhill, White and Simmons, were appointed to act wiih a similar : 11r.1lcCall moved that the rnles be waived, and said Resolutionbe had this; morning upon the motion that tho House (when it should

was read the\ lira: t time: by its title I and ordered for a tec- Committee: on the. part of the :Senate; to exunillc1111 report upon read a third time and put upon its passage: ; adjourn today) adjourn to meet in the Supreme Court room.

leading on tn-ninrrott'. said bill. '''!lich motion was lott. Mr. McCall then moTed: such reconsideration.Mr. .

(>i-n! :Mr t Mooiin; ? gave notice that he would, on some future day, ask: I'I j I A bill to be( ('nUtledn Act to incorporate Leon Lodge, No. Z;, Ordered that said resolution be engrossed for a third reading onto Speaker decided the motion to be out of order; fin the groundthat

leave to introduce a J 'bill for the I relief of the people' of WaWulla Coun- j, J I. 0.0.F., -ntorrow. : a precisely similar: motion had this day been made and lost. 1

tv. and for other purpose.! I I'The I Was rend the second time, and ordered to be engrossed for a thirdreading )lr. Papy offered/ the following : Mr. McCall appealed from the decision of the Chair. )

1! CoiiKiiittee: on Engrossed+ and Enrolled Bills made the follow1 : on t to-morrow., i> 11'nict'Phis: House has this day adopted a motion to meet in Upon the question b ing put ', Shall the: decision of the Chairbe i

f'pOI1: ,! .\ hill to be entitled, Anct to incorporate the Pensacola and the Supreme Court Room temporarily until this\ Room is; repaired : sustained !'' it was decided on the negative.So .
The Committee\ on Kngrosscd:;: and Enrolled bills beg ]leave to re- i t\ Georgia; Railroad: Company\ And whereas, the Supreme' Court Room (!so" called and recognized the motion to reconsider said! motion \aa adopted.Mr. .

port a correctly enrolled : ; Was read the second time, and referred to the Committee on in said motion) is, by implication/ of law assigned! to and for the : :McCall moved that the rules be waived in order that ho

A r.t'solUtlOIl asking: Congress to grant a quarter section of land i Corporations.. !! use, of said :Supreme Court, arid is under the care ai.d control of the | might make a motion.

iitbeCouutv. of Levy to establish a Count Site th('I''n1. i A bill to }be l'ntitll'tln Act providing for the )location survey, Cleik of the Supreme Court : Which was Io"t.

THOMAS.* WHITE;, Chairman.UIich ':! and completion of a Canal connecting the waters of the :'t. JohnV Rcxolrrrl, That the\ Clerk of the Supreme Court be requested! to Bill to be t'ntirlE"d11 Act making appropriation for tfic compilation

VMS: received and\ read. t and I Indian !Rivers, and providing for the appointment of a State; I j' deliver] the key of said! :Supreme COltrt I Room to the Door Keeper ami: ) publication of Thompson's Collection of the British Statutes -

On motion, the! rules being waived, Mr. Papy presented the p"ti- Engineer: :(I' of this House, with the view of enabling! \ this House to meet therein of force in this State ; t

fine of sandrv. merchants: : and other citizens of Leon County, for a 1 Wa read the\ second time, and referred to the Committee on Internal accordance: with the motion this day adopted by this House.i Was read the second time, and referred tothe, Committee on Finance .

change\ of the! exi.-titig law in relation to l I'edlars ; < I Improvement. j I )1 r. Shine moved that the preamble to said Resolution be stricken and Public Accounts.

'ivliich was read and referred to thc Committee on Finance and A hill to be 1'lItitlctln, Act to prevent the desecration of the j; out ; Bill to be entitled, An Act declaring Crooked River, in Franklin

Public!. Accounts. Sabbath'': day, :; On which the yeas and nays were called by :Messrs.\ Papy and County; a navigable steam ; I

Mr. Dell presented the following petitions, viz: j] Was read the second tim, and on motion, laid on the table.: .i! Maijhee, and were : Was read the second tIm, arid ordered to be engrossed for a thirdrendin'
the of bill ; A !bill! to he t'ntitll'dn Act to define !more parliculatly': the Coun- Yeas Mr. Messrs. Baldwin, Bowers Dell
The pi'titi'tii' :1 of H. C. Wilson praying passage a to ] i Spoakcr: Carpenter, on to-morrow. ,

rnaMe\ iiiai: to enter a tract of Internal Improvement land ; j! tlilies. Calhoun (Countj i Evan, Fennell. Haddock, Hall: Harde.., Harrison, Ilelvenston, IIop1 Bill to be entitled, An Act to incorporate the Escambia Railroad
of citizens Alachua Wa : read the second time, and on motion, laid on the table. i i kin; Leonard( M Call OsteenI'atuletsonRousseau Smith;
.Uso, The petition sundry County, praying ; :, c Mooring, :: Company ;
B chaajri': : : of the County Site:; of said County ; ]j A !bill to be entitled, An Act to amr:id] the Act incorporating thc :Shine: Tumblin, White-23.Xays : Was read, the second time by its title, and referred to the Com-

Which the Committee 1 City of Pensacola: approved March: 2!, 1S3D, Messrs. Chaires Dewitt Kenan :: McEIvy mittee .
were read and lefened to on Propositions! Langford, Magbee, on Corporations.Senate
j t Was, on motion, postponed until to-morrow I : ) Resolution in to the establishment of Land Office
mad:: <.;ri. ,:lIICt'S. : ;; regard a
.\ bill to be entitled An Act for the relief of Robert Lawrence Simmonssaid
whom referred the : of hisaetlleucr .
Tl.eylect Committee to was Message I I ; ( at Tampa ;
with the relative Was read the second time, and referred to the Committee! on On motion the Resolution amended then Was read the second 1 time and ordered for third tomorrow
1: the Governor; accompanying: : papers, j jlo as was adoptedThe : a reading on _
Thompson's Collection of British Statutes; made the following i' Claims. j: Committee on Piopoaitions! and Grievances: presented the i
" i 1 A hill to 1 be entitled An Act to the of !,
rfp'irt : relating assessment taxes following report : Senate bill to be {entitled, An Act amendatory of .111 Act approved _
i iThf
Select Committee to whom was referred the Message of his i; for the County' of Jackson, i I The Committee on Proposition and Grievances; to whom was on the twenty-seventh Jay of December, .\. D. 1843, and an '

, Exf-llency! the Governor; with till'e' I j jt..Thompson's Was! rl.Hltiw second] time, and on motion laid upon the table. '| referred the petition of H. C. Wilson, have examined the subject, Act approved on the twenty-third\ d y of December, A. D. 1850, in

Collection of British Statutes: of force in this State, I t A bill to be entitled, An Act to pre\eit: the tale and traliic of i, and Lave instructed their Chairman toREPO1t'f relation td the re-establishment of the Rccoiils! of the County of :
las (leao to slaves, j ,. Jackson ; ;
Was read the second time and referred to the Committee the :
on Wad read second time and motion laid the lable. "
REPORT : I' Judiciary. I They )have no doubt but he i is entitled t to the relief which, he asks.! I: a on on
Senate bill to h. 1'IItitletII Act to and the i
That: after mature consideration of the subject and) careful l'X.Ii1tiln Resolution! asking an appropriation 1 by, Congros!" !" for the He was !settled on the land which he desires to enter before it was change modify system .J
I of Licensing Retailers of and to tho ...
Spirituous Liquors,
: \: of th* Act approved I December) 7, 1""Hi, they are fully of removing; obstructions at the !bar of Volu-ia, on Lake George, : located for the State, and would be entitled to it under the act of to the Legal Voters in each District in the give

4k'fi+'J that the Hon. I.1. Thompson was appointed by Gov.AJowAi'V I Was read the second time, and ordered to be engrossed for a ': 7th January, 18 IS, if he could make the ntlidavit required by that power Counties in this: State Magistrate's se'eral -

t to, collect] and! arrange under appropriate: heads all thettitufcs third reading on tomorrow.I \ : -id ; in consequence of which, without relief, he will lose the laud, : ; (',:
i Was read the first time and ordered for second tomorrow '
of Great Britain of force in this :Mate: and that said aptmw.t I The following bills, viz : I. recommend; the ln-irlo rnncidrrll.< ] (pill.1I1RUD imnwvjmmntE. nn it o...1 l tliornlora : a reading on -

f t..e;" WU mnvio uudvr and by \iituo of said Act. < Hill t., he'lilillcJ l A. Aot iN.iKl.ii; a1|.| npiltiMii, rot the' COlllll1l:1tion accompanying' :Senate: bill to bp t'l1tt1cdn: ? \ct tr
Thy are aKo of opinion{ from the report! of the: ('omnli lonersnpp'MjU'J and publication' of ThompaouVCollectioi; : of the British :Statutes :::: I RAULER-OX: Chairmall. prevent owners of Teams -i j
"Which was read, and the hilt from sending; more than} one negro: driver with a single Team '
: ; : by hip Excellency: Gov. Blown, to report, upon said woik, of force in this State, accompanying placed among the I Was read the ; r i
first t time and ordered for
orders of the second
and from: the approval of said report' by the Governor; thut it i< the 1! Senate bill!! to 1 b'j entitled, An Act amendatory of An Act approved I( Committee day. a reading on tomorrotr i,

dilly of this General Assembly! to complete the ClllltrU'tI" author- l li on thJ7lh! div of December; A. D. ISIS; ;, and An Act appro. !j\ The on Enrolled and Engrossed TIm! presented the : Hill to be entitled An *
1 Act to
Ui-d to he entered into by sail! Act of J7lh J Dc-cemlxT\ I 1M.1;', anti for I led on th<' 2M cia,: of D.-eiiiln-r.\ .\. D. I SSI: O.) in relation to the re- ,; followinu report : organize the County of Sum ter; ;
Was rend the
to omitled I oll11,1 i The Committee' on Enrolled and Engrossed: Bills! report as cor- second! time, and was, on motion, rt'r rred to a Se- .;
bill be The of Jacl
herewith of the : ; {
tiiis 1 purpose! ] they respectfully' report a establishment! i of ) lecords County} ; I l bet: Committee, of .Messrs.
rectlv consisting :McCall:
Engrossed :: Magbee
An Act mtkiug; iropriation[' { : fur the! compilation and publicationofThomjivin's i i .\ bill to h,' enti'led, An Act t. organize the County of Sumpter ; I ston. ; auIIeh'en:1':
) : .llcction of British l Statute of force in this; :State:: I j Were read the lir=,t time, and ordered for a second reading on to- .1 Bill; to Le entitled, An Act for the relief of William: Gar- | Bill to be entitled An Act for "
lison.I (he relief :Mrs. Harriet Powers: ;
rtcuiumend its ; and .your Committee a? morrow.
passage I THOMAS. WHITE Wa<;:read the second time, and was, on motion of Mr. Rousseau i
Chairman. I
EDWAUD{ HOPKINS, Chairman. Senate Resolution in regard to the Land Oflice at Tampa: : ; I laid the table.
Which received and on
11' r.r. :11c\ ( .\ 1.1., Was read the 1 lirtl time, and ordered for a second: reading: on to. was read. ;
i the i Bill to be ('ntitledn Act t for the relief of I
I.. G. McELYY. i On motion rules were waived, and Mr.[ Dewitt moved to reconsider George Lovett ; I
morrow. : the vote had this morning on the motion that this House I Was read the second time, and was, on motion, laid the tai
oiler received upon 1
Which was received and read, and the accompanying: bill placed t The following communication from the O" pti was ,! adjourn to the Supreme Court Room ble.i ) .

among the orders The vas received from the! :Senate; : LM; ,: )-Tnnl.La's: Or niK, ) yeas nays were by Messrs. :-IcCalI ; ,
following message I and !Hall[ i Was read the first time, and ordered fdr second
December b lbj'2 :mn' ( : a reading on to-
::)I\.ITI:; : CJIAMIIEU: Dec. 7, 1S5! ) Jofllt ;
i Y'eas-Mr.I Speaker; Mc;;!5rs. Carpenter Chaires Dewitt, Kenan I morrow.: tOn
lIon. I To thc 11011. A. h. .\ILI"-"
Spralcr t iftllJOllir- of Rrprrsrn'alirrs; : ,Crulcr (' llOUfC lr! RrJTnrllaiI'n : j i, Lnngford, Magbee,: McEIvy, Mooring, Moseley, Os-tecn, Papy, Pol- 31. motion the House adjourned until tomorro10 o'clock, A.

Sir The Senate has passed the House Preamble, and Resolution I Bm ._]n jj:, pntceedings' of the Hou;e )'(-!:.tcrclJJ, as printed, I hill Rousseau, :-= illlrnoll Tumllin-lti. I i !

asUn; a change: of the Hall Hoiite between Tampa{ and Fort Mellrtn 1. ; find the fnh'"jug)/ Preamble and Resolution! : I. Xays: -Messr.:*. Baldwin Bowers, Dell!!, Evansl'enne11,1laddock!! II I THOMPSON'S

and to establish! a Mill) Kotn between tin.- town of Tampa and J <. \"'iinnr.\fi. The condition of this Hall, on all occasions of in. Hall, (Harden, Harrison! Helvctibtori, Hopkins, Leonard. .McCall COLLECTION OF BRITISH SATUTES. _,

old 1':1111'1Ihy. and fur other 'irposes! ( making the followingaaendments J iiement weather, i is such that members are nut only iiu-apahle( of ntJ Raulerson 1 Smith, :lain'Vhue-17. TALLAHASSEE: November 13, 1852. '\
their duties but in So; said motion was lost. To His Excellency Tiror\s BROWX,
: "iz : J tending properly to are danger of injury from\
ttnke out in the 20th!} line after tin word Congress; be," tlc 1 t j the falling of the ceiling ; I The following message from his Excellency: the Governor; wasI Governor of the Stale of Florida :

t'ord"tetlnested"and inrt in lieu the. word instructed. And whereas, it is expedient that m"apures should be forthwith I received and lead : SIR :-I have the honor of reporting to your Excellency that I

Strike out ill th.-> 30th line: after the! word" Keprcse'1! /:e," the i'I' taken to repair! : ill part at least, the damage done to this building br i EXECUTIVE CHAMBER. l ImtIlH, ? have completed the collection! and arrangement of the British stat-

word .. instructed," and insert in lieu the word req. efed"To the recent r frtorm : Therefore! t, December 0, l&W.! $ utes in force in this State; to the performance of which office I was : ,

which the concurrctioc of the! House is reFpe | ,tipr-al,rr of the Home of Rejtrrsenffdircjt under the authority of Act of the General
procure, without delay, a proper person to stop the leaks in the roof < : Assembly, entitled ,
respectfully the of SIR :-1 I have: approved and signed a Resolution asking Congress An Act concerning the statutes of Great Britain of in
\\'x.\ I II. )trlCIIhLL, covering this Hall and to remove cause danger to the members. \ i force this :
.,'rTt'tory of! the Senate. ." |I to ;giant a Quaiter Section: of Land to the County of Levy toi Slate, approved December 27, ISIS : and that I am now ready to }

Which \\.'ts read, arid said amfn,Im"lls concurred in. Exposed himself, to thc same danger, the Comptroller is the more i establish: a Countito.. thereon." submit the result of my labors: to the examination of the Committeo .i i iof 1

Onlereu) tit !ba cnti/i-d K. the Satc- anxious to obuate& the cause.! But thi. cannot be done now without I I have the honor to be' &c"TJl03LS three skilful and experienced members of the Bar," as directed I 1

Ordered, also, that aid, J'rta-u'JO anti Resolution be enrolled.ORDIrtS interrupting' the business of the House, unless they can remove for BROWX. (by the Act. f
a while to some other Chamber.: I Also tho following : In, the performance of this work, I have, as required, endeavored ,
OF TilE DAY. I EXECUTIVE CMAMBKR: FLORIDA j> to digest; and the statutes so selected of force ": J
I am: told by a workman that it will .probably take two weeks to I arrange as under ap .
December H) Its5:!. jj propriate heads or titles, affording a ready reference to each '-
rn owed Jentitled Anct for preventing: obstructions patch the roof bo as to make it, perhaps but jmrtlnlly impervious to subject I
bill ,
to .. K.
lion. AI.T.IOV, )matter: ; and which I further aid!
contemplate to
t.ihennvioation the' St. John's (titer rain ; if this: be so, it is a subject worthy of co'n.-ideration whetherit : \ by a sufficient index,
: '* ;
\Il'as\ third tine and fustier consideration thereof post- I would not be wiser, on the score of economy:, to dispense! with Speaker House of,Representatives: to be prepared aa the work passes through the press. I have also .
read !
: .
t >
SIR :-I nominate\ A. M. Reed J. C. prepared, t'xplan'tornotes the
pe111cd+ Iialch-work of doubtful efficacy, and to renew the roof. hemming Marius Keil to several statutes showing the state
uujmorrow.! : Samuel BIlf1iIl ton and! J. H. H. Hours for Port Wardens of the of 1 hi-law at the time of the enactment the i
sir ;
Enjrf:cJ bill to he entitled, An Act in addition to and arncndaIOMgrille Very respectfully upon subjects respective ;
Your obedient servant, Port of Jacksonville! the County Duval ; and B. I*. Townsend ly affected ; the mischief, InConrcnvnce or policy which rendered ,)t
several' Acts Writs of Error: and Appcab to
4r> Court concerning JOHN BEARD, Comptroller.On John R. Mitchell, William 'j'lwnlaslatlH'w: Knight, and necessary or caused the change ; and the effect and operation of the :

Warcad npyme ; George C. Pact, Auctioneers for the County of Duval. J new law, gathered from the works of approved authority, and thdautborhativo ,
the motion
the third time and on the question of its passage t tI
;'. J tI:and The House adjourned until to-morrow, 10 o'clock, A. M. 1 have the honor to be, &r.; exposiiion by judicial: decision in the British Courts.t .- j:
nays were : THOMAS BROWX. I is true, this was not the
t. leas required by statute under which Ivas f;
: -Mr.! Speaker, Messrs.! Baldwin Bowers, Carpenter: Chaires,
l) The nominations therein contained advised and consentedto. appointed ; but I was so deeply with
} were impressed the belief that
hIDewitt THURSDAY[ December 9, 1852. such, 1
1 1i 1j Evans, Fcnnell l Haddock Hall, Hardee, HarriRon,
,. ll Itennans I an addition to tho matter of the tt'xt"ould render the work ';
Ilelvenston Hopkins lie Langford, Leonard, M lag- The house met pursuant adjournment.The more use
; tan,
The ful and therefore
from the
following Message Senate was received and read : more acceptable, that unbidden I
wulcrsou> McCall, McEIvy[ Mooring, Moselcv, () lccn, Papy Polhill, Rev. Mr. A say officiated as Chaplain.A SENATE CHAMHKR, Dec. S, 1852. I. sumod a task which has given me ranch additional labor cheerfully and a* '

i i': tlI Rousseau, Simmons, Smith, Shine Tumblin, White- quorum. being present, the Journal yesterday was read and Jinn. Speaker of! ilir Some dissatisfaction, I fear, has been felt, and perhaps expressed care. :

X IX approved.Mr. moved that the resolution in relation! to adjourning louse of! Representatives" : in consequence of the delay In producing the work,but I hope fox i
i one. Papy SIR :-The Senat3 has passed the following Bills and Resolutions acquittal of any culpable laches, when the facts adverted
&a to.-
t aid which motion laid the table be taken there-
j [ bill passed-title as stated. sine die, was, on on .. viz The I
1 : duty assigned was to examine, of coarse with much and
rdered lenst thai the name he certified to the Senate. from and placed among the orders of the day ; A bill to be entitled An Act to prevent owners of teams from attention, the Legislation! of the British Parliament, from care the con

1 te: bill to be {entitled An Act to separate the offices of Slier- Which wan carried. sending more than Driver with firmat-on of the ( Charter iu
t one Negro a single Team ; great tho J>th of the reign of King
a'id'I'ax. Assessor and Collector in the County of Nassau : Pursuant to previous notice, Mr. Leonard introduced a bill to ke A bill to he entitled, An Act to change and modify the svstem ofLicensing Henry III. (A. D. 1.".25)) to tho fourth of year July 1776
; M read the third time the of its the yeas entitled, An Act to provide for actions or suits against free person ; embracing a !
on question passage
; Hetailcrs of period five and half
d Spirituous Liquors, to give the power to a centuries, and comparing the enactments i
nays Were : of color, and for other purposes ; the Legal Voters in each Magistrates District in the several Counts thereof with the Constitutions! and Laws of the United States ,
II'II'l A* [ Chaires Which read the first time and ordered for a second readingon and
Mr.Speaker' { Messrs. Baldwin, Bowers, Carpenter was in this State ; of this State, to select such statutes and parts of statutes of ,.
e\\'ltt Evans, Fennell Haddock, Hall, Haidee, Harrison, lo-morrow. eral! and gene
ftouse Resolution authorising the not of a local nature
Comptroller to employ a Clerk as were not inconsistent with
: thelat,
notice that be would some future day, ask
? uF Helveiifcton Konan. Langford Leonard, Magp.MeCall Mr. Hardee on :
IIopkiiiB, gave when
-A labor
; '*cessary during the present session of the tr : of no trifling magnitude, and
Pollull Iniioduoca Lill ; H. Gresper; to establish gi.-lnture ; requiring much time i if
.McEIvy, Mooring, Moscley, Osleen, Papy leave to authorising George !! house I
Resolution in relation to a Mail Route from ;Madison my attention could have been given wholly and
F ?erson:, Rousseau Simmons Suiitij TUUlLliu.'Lit.eJ3.: a Ferry across the Suwannec River, nt Clay Landing. uninterruptedly to
Court (FOUMJ
to In suhject. But this labor from
$)" Pursuant to previous notice, Mr. Kenan introduced a bill to be Clay Landing Levy County, with the following necessity could only be performed
Ro :7Xonc.fM1" amendment to the last: mentioned Resolution] viz: nil after the word"route" at intervals when not actively engaged in attending to
WI 1:1tCtl. entitled, An Act repealing section 10 of article C i of the Coustitutiou profess-
Passcd: ; -1't'c' as ,n the 18th line bo biiuc.U., .nfl| nil the words in the 19th ional, and subsequently, official duties. In addition thereto th
"Wed that the same be certified to the Senate. of the Slate of Florida ; line to tb words to Clay Landing." "AA.>.ii..uu of putt.....tl.., And tha col loot Jon of '

r load A \hill C to be entitled, An Act to incorporate the Pensacola Rail. Which was read the first time, and ordered for a second reading In whfch amendment the concurrence of the House is respect. explanatory notes:.!, required the expenditure of much the time matter, as for well the as

OlUp3ny on to-mor row. ask.d.. labor.
; fully Very respectfully,
Came op on its second Mr. Papy gave notice that he would, on some future day, ask leaveto WM. H MITCHELL 1 'j I i
( reading. Secretary of the Senate. beg your Excellency to be assured that I have
( W* motion the House resolved itself into a Committee of the introduce a bill to be entitled, An Act to provide for the appointment Said aiendmenU were concurred in. I discharge the dui y assigned me with fidelity and endeavored to '1
ale to the
\ on said biU-Mr. Papy in the Chair. of a Librarian to the Judicial Library.Mr. Orderd that the same be certified to the Senate, and that said i my ability ; and if I have failed to be of service to utmost of
( ..her some time pent therein, the Committee rose, and by its Smith moved that when this House adjourn to-day, It shall House revolution, as passed by the Senate, be enrolled. I therein, have but to express mj deep and sincere my citizen
lrmsn the the House with amendments, adjourn to meet In the Supreme Court Room on tomorrow, and The finale 'r- have regret that my
: N rePorted bill back to Bills accompanying said message were placed powers not been commensurate with '
among wishes.
M thereof.Vffi that it shall hold its sessions iu said Room until the Hall at present mj
to t hit discharged from further consideration{ the ordujs the day. Awaiting the action ''of
M your Excellency in
't j r. Pa P.V moved to amend by striking out the word "over," InI occupied by the House can be put in a safe condition, and that the ORDERS OF THE DAY. appointment of the Committee of ejaroinalion, the designation and

.line of Section 12. and< insert the word acr0!>s" in ]lieu Senate be informed thereof.Mr. I have the honor to ,
I. Menf : Papy moved to amend by adding, "and their concurrence Engrosed Bill to }be entitled, An Act for preventing: obstructions myself,
1iiiiclt\ to the of the St. Johns River obedient servant _
; Was: carried. requested thereto ;i" naigation ;




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; .. I, I V. THE mmu JOURNAL.It TM LIssJm 5s.sk; REVENUE OF 1852, &c. Tb RJcfaiuond Kvtmintr Werj rerk, uwa

: It give* us pleasure to say that tbe bill mentioned ever one man who bad full
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ 0 eacACthtU reason to be L-
CoL Black- satisfied with himself
] I 2 b our last, as having been mtrodnced by STATxMtcr; $1dewin9tle Gro aml Net azirnunhfJtevenuefor tAe State' offtore'&rfrom and wltttU wOrld F T pj

l.eI : -_- .KASSEE..-_ :_ bum, propping important nodificatioas b the mode for Ilk year182 ; dt8o tiLe anountQJAuetoi a4 Lt'enae Ta.reifor 18 ; puMi.s1t1 aceording (olaic. is certainly that man. The ancient saying j bone

of issubg Lkseoes iu Uus State, eamc up oo Ha third should be called frr nnate nntil desth
MCEMBER 11 === has
; 1852. =: --
I..L. 1s 1 and last reading b the Scale on Wednesday hut, andfrail ==- .-------------iGroes--------- amt.tNet----mt.tni-- akinLtet- --------'--'-.-' '-T I' Total front I ICOUNTIES. tbe book of hi* h'A ; an-1 it may be ki the yeart a,

? ..&Thr4 DAthxrs per annum, if paid a / passed that body bj the large rote of 14 yeas (If then. of Ucen.j_ *11 iY are cornin;. dwa Ur and dwgraee may &,g the itof

advance; f* W if paid within six months of the tune tA ajx Tb bill will no doubt also pass the House- P1r!:_. 1r'! Ieei. sea._ Groe. 'uet. _ 1 th'is distinguished citizrti. He paraHtf
f subscribing; mini 4 00 at the ctid of tb* year. AdTertisemcot I ii\ow 8 $ 60 jw't Culkttvt zu } may the
P It in the hand of tb/ Committee on Propositioos Wooderou Tale of Alroy in hb
> doc.jBut
til stValttn
baa nut
*. One Dollar per square of 1* lines for first, Santa ituusa, 1-t $2 IIO til I2 ciu 2u1 .10 4 32 k4 10 1310 1 ty died in tbefall. aul a sueccsor as in LJ,
,. and Fifty Out foe all subsequent ineertiow. Anpratis. and Grievances b that body. \ 343 18 29) None. Npn ,. i ti1U 89 jljetU euwWIeIvntL) np to the present moment it would surely

DotuenIeUt of Fi e IXU&r each, dwttyit.1 In the course of the debate, a constitutional difficul- ..O Z. 46.. .0 _I I 42 gOllulniea I I'a5hIDgtou affected misuse of term to say that be is act

1 ':: I b paid m dvii. IL.g.n) Ohiti.itry I. r w ntlord bv Senator Finlev of JacksiHi who 155 SS I 12! 47 4) s uo o I anti l successful; that he was not U n under

\ ri.ge Notices, not ciccediug 12 tinvwi1 be pu I said b substance that although "h* nail, us a momI J---.,,... tr)3; : j : L2 11 Ito5 5Q I'' 2 39; ; S3 that L has
: : ; f2pXo certificates of the jmbltcatJou of estate in ( (flIIflfl, i: : j$4 00 -II fl! it ; not every reason to be pleasJd

E-i 91I. or legal notices of any description will be given I ber of the JudicLiry Committee, agreed to a report }'ruukluui, GKM) 61 1 ft( l ) tJ' l$ 10 2I 38 5 0! O Linself 5itified 'a ith Li LbJ. J gTs (
a r until the advertising fee i is"paid.President's favor of the passage of the bill ; and although, as an (;atIdcu, 6113 lu ; 2 ;t'; CO 3T 15 614 43L"n.1 I| the Rulr! of the World! Life has been as t

individual, be favored the policy of the measure, and 6 vIJ: 4.9 00 1 53 ( ; 3.; 03 320 iS lli2 tS ::1 one goIJej tide of unlDOenoptcU: yet to W

Message. believed it. reform, would \skula, 23I3 25 21o9 48 I5l 1)0) i oo 2310 iJ.ffersoL soec and a,*
1 adoption, M a temperance
S President; FCiuore. last Auoual j j l6 10 i 4l I 41u W, 3i) 41 14 th) 14 15 I o : -aMSdI4M the very prime and hey-day of exUfcwhe .
Message was re-
R. be highly beneficial to the public yet that he regretted 343$ ItlLniitt'n. t .
j .b 'j tIp
j: *, 3tO 94 3143 4u ) 4 Vi s '- hi.rbs.t ucmit of power and
refml by yesterday's mail We regret we shall not that he felt constrained! to cast his vote b the ( 1I2.1ututjia renown tot
neg- S' 4u j ('u' 151 05 aa American can ever attain. Bet 'w

I- I 4 'sI be able to publish it It contain, however, very little alive. He said that since the report of the Judiciary (\. 12 5 151G tO t. u 2I ) It.' 5Alachua. t be the moat delight ful element b his

.. $ T as the Gtoigian remarks, to call forth any ardent -1 Committee had been made, a friend had shown him a decision 251,2 51 2i1 is 231! SIuvutl retn.p.t-tj, ,-
: I :tb 1 :ics o : o n 1; 519 2-1 22 t9l; 09cau j flections u tits, that h as wen these great
S admiration on the port of his friend*, or to awaken of Pennsylvania b wh'chit I
of the ,
:. SupremfrCourt Iu; 00 is o 4i (r1 -1 so 9 i'QSt.Jbn'u' j means which friends and foe, and lu inotnn.3
I hearty cccure on the part of his opponent*, and : had been decided that a law in that State very sim- i i'it 05 15.'i 44 OI tl4 22 14 62 l 89 13 5l'utnani J c.xscieuce will tell hiin are LoooraUe own

consequently: our readers will uot be deprived of i ilar to the one under consideration was void, as being 474 93 :11 5 66 th) t2 0 407Or.we. 1 I that nomination and & T

much by iu n 't appearing in our columns. Cue I t&IJ 73i s' 5 6*) get tr which the gant c-f tkel.nj
to the Constitution of the State. The law .
; I repugnant tThere is no Aae-.er and Collector in St.. Luci.M.LFiOLI. strove together anti C.r which
.. y small paragraph b devoted to the Seminoles iii Florida uncwnstituti'Oalb this that it di Ito St. Lueie, ( many a mnnaj Wwsj
seemed oLe
( legated
.r/t I3 S; 22-li 13 110 0'') 1)1) 50 1Cuunty. j and'many n t jul blow was git>n and recej, .!
wLkb we extract a* follows: the in each Magistrates" District legislative ; 2; 2t 44 7 4hfernaul. he k.,"
'p jxjople :
1i $ L j Levy, { er tent his ID.r r KM brow be did
;. 4.4 d. "The removal of the remnant of the tribe of Somir functions which belonged to the Legislature alone. He 62 i 4 ,; (t(* 4. ;21 5? notcn k a
t( ole Indians from Honda ha l.>ng IK-CH a cherished htutislorvuglu, ; i i ; is ii 1) 14'') s 41 f:5: ( :;t; ::1" .te''mnt 'B.w.k has 1en r terne'1 frmN.'nroe -T spend up n it one ln; aLoce.! 11, tt

J. < H object of the Government and it i is one to which my said the act was not a law until acted upon by tinj j I II. 2 1O1 i; I ii'Q' 1010 (9 t59 51 2365 3 314.nrsIP Couuiity. The cstirr..t n( kevcuue isl.id I I will of party -rouivi tie !laurel round LIs head.

; t' attention has been steadily directed. Admonished by 'I people, and therefore it was no law at all. as the Constitution J I I itmade from last year'i AtisieuL | to wb the last great prize over wlich lie Aol

pat experience of the d'ifiiculty and cost of the attempt coMftrrcu uo more power on the people t' I : O' ;)2 I ; ;I4I ) .& 6Ile3: !aj
1211'J: $ ? :_: J been wnvulv!: t and! its t-eople arrayed iit
j 0 to remove tlieni luilitary force revolt Las <> two
by -
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complete the making: of a law than to originate and -- : ; ---T-------- -tIlO 43:
I. l ccu had to cvaciliatory measures. By the b>it-it ion lrItMht- dOWn. arTKiep, w hat sine! thia has he dJ.te, t> Uf
L complete the prcet of making a law He r< ferredto FIMS.-Tc the aU>ve i U to bo added the net araouit of Fbes, 1P'$2 4JSJ$(
Cf the Commissioner of Indian Affairs several of the <, I-what art for which the ir.*>st ttiJ

principal ehieff recoutly visited Washington and the Pennsylvania decision m in point and cootlu- j Total, I csn rej-roach h'un } There h not

w hit: liere ackuoxvled ed in writing the obturation of ded by regretting that be could not reit the imprts-! COMPTROLLER'S OFKICI:, /' oce.f .
I tbt-ir tribe with the least terribletKura r of sr n-e. s.far as the
to remove piMbe dtlay.Late -
r' ii>u which that decision hud made ou his uiiiuL Di-ceiuber 1S5.!. f
aJvj,' froi the of the liyvcruluent ; | know, be la.* Uet tie! l
4 es ejxt.'Lsl ageut I JOHN BEARD: (c nif.troiitT, &c..i I sJy etlo roan aacw all
S.-tuitor of Ixxm followed in tJ
Long Ctmnfy, reply. '
: represent that they dl ere to their l;roui e, and .. ( r1ralit.na 'A te rcpUc Ns fevt-rs!
4 th : A couueil of tluif people bas been called to u.ae He stated that he vas pUa--l with tLe frai.k and anxJ..y l1

,. ;: *..; : their prelimitinrv arran rni it A ffrt ** il rmi ativ clcc.r tatcCKl.t tf tltO .b.ctaI.U ..( tl>. C i.ut r f.wr. ] ; ;-. % NCi 1r :, 7'. *, cr., to'jttli-n' tcith; the character rfVifn frayed him h.to tni'tse :ep. Ire Ldi ,

I : >u ni.iv' therefore be cvuiiJeutlv* cxiKxted r.t tu e.rlvdiv. Jackson. Ho bal I llstcuod with pleasure, and eud ..nvorcd ( ti1.';, tt/7ltit'? l(1b1tl.8.t'o : iiity cf Ls; paI..n witLout an eft rt aul Li

duct -crlll b fturetie he
JW- his miud the) force of tlivic ob- rt-clo.c.J tL
to keeji open to i
The Pre% detit i is imbued with faith in to :
a rcsrect HE.LIK.r.tit 4 wLoni tbve and
i, DLtl3tk1. tn whut a'eout", Aniotlr1ts. T..tal. clKince tholl fctrcaftvT
.f Cffi'tr')
Nte plaet
jecti-.iis ; bat that l he had not cLanged his opii.i >u.tvea < i'-iiis. I a
; tc *e\y! removal of thec S vageihich u n tbv .l.euJu' uf 4l.SS Z' A uw As.-w.r auitlIet.'r Li., reeutIr :* cirenstnec.s.
arter lic&rb the rthd ; ; ;. :
pi'e'sed tie eple of Uiii StaU-. and e>tKeuillvI ancuictut oftLegtutKiuau. -. .. .I T f't_ 1.. ._ Q, I ; I'e'us keted uti }:-.bb futt NP,, r--l! .. y.._ ,. .. ., .t .tv .. -
:. the AutLonty qutvu.. lie sitid, as to tLc objection : ''J'' UI-1 .. 1'Jtvk.ou. 'riJ., 'ti.'L L-f'r. h.- ,.' L e'li.Stv.iis I I t"- ', Lg 'oo..ouu.i 1iuta.Qt ,ut
; ; ; by tho e rr' Jiucn the frontier who are prcsusned to .T ( riffli. I I ;t 'Xi I '.' ) )e heavy wi LL o' eiti f.r the

kiow scmexvhat c>f their disposition in this ir.attor. that the act would Ink the elt meats of a Law. be- .. (' T CI.Iletor.Utveutte.. ls li; :t I I';:! : tiu i.i ii, e'.ttlt-nc:1t h. .vct Ue. LI ... htI) : I'rid.z.ti.i Ce Riorrowf actijn.rlth II

aI. cauc it refjuiii the vvtes of tLe jw-j-lc t'fach nirigietrtc'fi (;.ddu, 11 0 MeLuin, I ) I uLLe iztrciv ur.tram4.Id. .
It u due. nevertheless, to the adminiftrtti tLat it '
'I i,2, : '1; ; ? It rw at.r. Vr nor injuries
rvjoy U
1 >
distik-t before liccusob should be he pur.1,
: Lave a fair opportunity j in trying this latt (we hojv) granted, I.on. LI 11 ittlOtitS, ; 'I 1Z.:!, 6I .' $ & 21 dctk-ts to corx'sIUt and i eaaiiti to
did feel the force of To Liui it appnue. S.
nut the
tbjcetSon. >-
: ecncil'nUry cfibit to tfoct tLeobji t so i..ich: dejirtd.b sj ]I.iii.ittn. \V j J Dwtn, 'SherhT, litic. I 1 is will bejpj.. rte-i by tie IE-.* overwLrlmin
ia which pearei] to be only au stance ill w hk-h the Igisla- ; .. .. I :Li1..t.u-e I t" ) 1;() ; and s -
; 4 t fuilinj' K'mt-thiug more *rruave! tl iu t te.I "Jijoiity t.at tver ruled tie de
,. 4 wcrdi anl should be Lure had iutcrpi td edditioual c 'uditii-iis to tbe graiit1 1 _\LivLui. .Cha4 \Vin.! u tiwcj tf aDjIry.
&Afe coaxing at uuce adopted. .- : C.k'ctor. R. vuiue 12:; tti; ,: : Jit u tircnif eruvpfi tf dj rfjjt/.
lug of licenses. B/ the eiUtbtj retail law. iU.-eue,
The ?avauai ( -urier, wih \\b--sc editor JJr. rillnicre Sa.ith, tirtf, 1Li'uses, I19 21 149it I

: *, : J* : La ever U.eu a great ti\viic. says of tLc Cx>uld !K>t be granted to any citizen except upon hi> i icoinphbff luraL' : : 1 li-.y'l, : -. .. (dl S I : ;- BL4VvuvD Ia ,

: with c(rtab udititiii! #, namely : He must .' .' t .. I.eeric. t, : I I I i I Ii Co's. Amerkii :' .rit of l-j f.jT Novr.hr

0, dicer if tLe Stj.te d : \at4.'r.. i1 t: (.)fltOr.lvecti 1t2.; lilt & :; 11,1 ;; tih.
npjly to a prtticuLir ( ai pay a 'H ou our Ct'r.its-TLe GoUKitle .
Of the d-jcurnent iudf. v.-c luve neither] tim* iior .. .. 2 : ; I' ; .te, a
: T.J to sjK'ik at p-t.t.: It ii brief explicit .tnd busit.es certain t-um vf Uiouey. This act only btcrpisea adJij j Jt.bt W j, Uanhfl. : .. I :j Stew ar.. -tvry ..f So.rtlcL L'r, fc&! a

: 41 lite but j is dtlieitU dit.oiu' It ti.nattnJItiot'. lithe Lr lict uinler hirruwl"; : mT-tatab
oidrtrfly iu appi-aut u'e. i: N M L'i I) 0i t th1i'ri .Le-irted ** : f: r a .ibe I-Vj. f.rjFrendi
Ivars in i'catoa' ofha> i ii l the law. watithi.r unabt! to I4'
eiUting or tu hung it J lI.tt-r, iresi 1. -TL* Rr tritlve Tariili of
q l j c"ly: writteji. Mil tbere are vn: eof it* Ltimvijthich -
with th- totJti..uS "Sed. Le tt-uld .. I 'hA.: -, :;; ; ; isit : A
; l comply two Ljtcrj : ; c.ti------y: >'cve! : Port vvVIrw
e o.iua-jt >niincQ> or approve. liu thee :i-iie ci 3f L lininiae
1ark J.tt.uIcs! 1: u;; i c; rrre
) p iiit.Lc' Tve\cr. wc will! vak; tij re lully hcieafur.j not claim! the priv ile. e of retaahu Ju.-t fo iu the v. seunJer N'ircc... :.I.-r,,: j Ti Ct'lctcr, I 'tp.t btPU r-erI'- !. bt. ei.atin.t: tl.airort.t ; t-f tie FItat.ts: Qutea iLrv_A iL.r l frvw VTalme -
>rt-f nuj at .lueeiil toallw v ourreaJvn to fonu tlicir ct.Uj]rfliti..ti. It" tile i is uuable! .
< { sppMcaut tpriKure St. l.tvi.', _' .i -i.("r, .&.f lererute at la.-t _c.rs 1t. tLe tuI. r-TLc 1I.IiIa'r. Wei.aetttt Ud time V,

% tLe ceitidcate required of the voto of a tuuj : Da.ie, d i ', : UWL. a' 'u tL:& h'u rc.i !'.lLtr. t- g>3 tLn u L tl t> sivltiag' bill of re.

Extending the Laws over the Indians. j jAity of the Urd vorers of the rn.iyristr.it e's district.L : I I wtrtis jf u Lzii ; wn pLi. (:
Arn .utt J.ie, J-; 11 f jllng ci.t'; of the juc-vwr cf Jlr liter
We olceivt jo.tr.g tl.e prwwl.rc* vf the H<'u>* uli uot clui.i: tLe piikg. S >i.e d -ul ted the ,
J 0 I N ii LA I D
'' Crp-'Ui r. .e fia-J b tL<- J cks"rTil'v!< ) f the 5tL mst Nj
fhs: Mr. .!'cU-o HilltV.r-uch! : L.J civ n KOTKV cf cvnsitu;! .: December 6, lS ,2. nay m-: re rrrMy c trves tie hire
4 L.* ciUtitko to lia; i iu a bill v. c\Uid the Liws of ti..rtLtr. knl i Le could u--t conclude that thv p >w<;rWM cospnrt.t ptijw
--- JIIII..VT i/ iMrr Ji* 15 eirrl tcallv
the Suteer tL TenlWy ni-w in :Le < >. crjvu y / the :-. }*. Tii'rune. Fjsd !J.c 1rie&i:2oa Luim. ili airj. I.t.I! ttZ .n a c.th r < iairKss; hftith..t..t any t-f tie s.jvctikt -
the In :_i.. r'.i aa iin! ]..rtau: L4.Vt'fltLt, nudb. lie u>tutecf the C"r-5tion bterpiei.1, he thuuLt, ; Cotton. t-f c.-tt' ii ari >s tlic'i tL -y wire twelve nrmtL* .uo, aMi of !*. *rfu! friends t-r wealthy nacw-

.->uJ! U- will >.vnsidered l.iirs Uirrad"jt That coulJ nvt K- f.iir1y Lell to determine the extent of tLejwtwcr To Whig Office-Holders. the K. 'it.ft.u. q'.rsti- arL--'. bw L' tLis dcu.auuf
.., indicat! that Cottco U by ifiUih tL'- n.< tl inIvrt.u.t cn 1 Bovs the s-if.is ff tie tim(S clearly cotta to ? UutI! the ad-. -
113.e GvDtral GuMnuuent; La ik-] ] its Indeed, ho thought it iuc"H istfnt f .r those >r : suppli-d rcceutly *?
> & < perL-na the cLitf aiid mt
Tour time i .Is.rt tliat) you xviil very *4..o b r b the rcmo%al of tLe Scrciaole?, acc-rdb-,, reeato wlj-i Ltl J thtt! retai'.ii5 niisLt Iv toUtlly forbidJcu! to : auJ ifv.icr iiiutliers! d > flit ulre.i'ly realize that il.tcr- I valuable! artist-l..th in the domotic aii>! exrt[ tra !tj j the cr> p IM.-W vii tLe r-.und would hare prudc .(d a bnr not tnly cred.table bet eavuble. HL sueoi*

J | {'jeMii>niUo. An-1 it inruuUil that a pirticuLir condition not am luuiag to eating"fa-.t. i it eviJeiit tlit they vtry MJOU will- | of tie! Vtiitcd: t1tt5. and w the i vat et.iple priductuu yield evii !argrtLau tL-; List crop; bvt frm circi utaiicos strilb 'ly iilu-rrstts: tJ.e/-o frif dc.iaUe .
cnh Ltt tie .ere'urarc -
i, a-i lo true that the pple resiiing on the frwititr an impossibility, could not be c -mtitutiiiaiy! btcrpscd. Whether }oir: p'.uets |K-rtiJti t" ll.e feh niL bUte. or i of the South ; and i* t tbia continent .- j wL-b) it M unteeesarv l<> u\-tft5I> such excc-
the wolarc riirce on jour trttk. f whol vorlJ. haa ikp 1 o-tK-rrn b c\erytl.n atfcct- tat.-> (1fl fl'>l have frvtu tiaie t<> tixc. !nc ? the c-rdir of General; The creator 1.* luded the lesser. Ty his miii.l. city pJM-rr.nie.t. ll tLeanxitftv
and n.u-t cry s-.. >n overhaul nearly the 1.-1 man of ing the priKlucti-m and pri-f of cotton. jce trutw rthr p>rti frmi tLe n ttn-rwiz; ; district serves as a silraulus to t.vre ctL rs i u tisM.
Worth, t-i n<' furtbi-r bail c-u ftrabinn the act K-tiKcl t'lha} e all tie tlemtutsof a law, with which both sidts i f the
( pj ) t grt-.w caufe Lat I itittrt on
then while lT air show that le in "L Xt.-.v
von. In-sr with u-. xL' *> .r a > w u Orle-n* scctk-ri tie re ct 'nts :
: aai. not jtliitas ling th course Guv. I'.rcwnha which! w-a< l-tned to ba a rule of civil O'nduct prcfCTJbcd rsrBested I by \\T dcli'.it Mid rutLt-r p vjliar J 1i'ii-iti'n. > Atlantic, is det.&d tLC question the prolsiblt-- g-rtrd al.i-tt of l1tir cit p is rA't ur..atif.ct.rs- D. PAT.-We fee TerrrnseL mts ;ihvel"ct te

adopte-J i in rta-iitif MaL Gen. II >pkius tthe} by the uj>reni. p>wer of a State, commanding ir.ount ol the pu-ctLt of ci-troii.. A rntt.t nnra-1 in tL thu.ti. tL.- apezarare of the plait: Lst.eo'ne !" ofM. -'. tFm. .v5 Ai..re; Gtrd.

S! frootiwJo n.t yttni'itr tbtnx ve afe. In >iew what i is riz'-it .n-l j.rohibit'u>g what i is wrun;." To 1. Dox'r raY TO rr.cmim. THE SEW sitsrEn-} o j jTOI !>..r of a I'iritiah jourual. the Eo "rj.L-t,&CnrU prt4f.iets fn.fptxibcibl tL s.' u r.'rcisir. tL areJy ajprh..L .n l{ tLe Li-iaure. Tisek.ct.i i. t.eTtry acer
Tn in to bunt some1 i=ecnd and rt.hnlis S..IIIC 'pveuIati.4a exist that tLe t.'tal .iuct of tlwr be
oILL i vii\ tip nite-
n ? pr crop may tab'K tL E..stern
t sceti.n
Tall: the fact* we incline to tLLk that the mote ol try this a -t by tLU dtriuiti.ju of a law, L? thought it eou>L-i who i aniiitlueiitul U-cofoco, aixl vhniniiy -; prices au-I productkti of the growhcrop of ; riallv l less than tLat if hx.r ve- r" _.- I* and wLere Le Is well of the ln"T.i Se. 'utee. MrItwt
Mr. !!j.l is No would U-.ir the tst It v Jid nil .. L L (Z-I1t 1.I1 1.' zr..c: ti.. :ttt: r t :Le ra. ; is L.k'v tt-
< jwr-ot.* to ke'-p vuii: if he r>.alv! tri. *, i i- a vrV n>-. 'rfiIf | 0 t'I. t -rDicA Hr will d.eEar.e thduti
._..., .. ..... _. .. ... hilT.....'f > i itJ"U t.lji.r.! r i). hit ro.t ivi.I] U.- njiiiuf..ttur in ti.i- j o; :!.e i a twLkL
"L- r..fV t. -
I : : : I..t4. <
iitI lr icetirreJ bv it. at Itart tUnt .. ,- Itcainot -.I. -- i. : I. ;if K ) ; i Settlement of the Cab%nI
< Diffictilt7.
ci. .
q TThe !b-s of bis leijiuinate ihlluctw-c in Us '\ u ; L't.uI.iI:. ui1 ( '.. ;.. ;...u,.... ... lL tae Los tailed Liut wltKr .'ir in>t *W
li. I i'j'.trfvrcvith the nott.r.iri.tf G u. Blako.B.M with tLe con Jt'i'-ii' nitaliy Iiltr. tt-il b tLe sd'jetL j I Thy Ijltl fn-m Havaiia. Innf j f f the svttler.Ksr tv.

t j tit tides, it will
.1. as well at the InlLins, that the Slat. ntail without eitr.phbs wth such c--iidIti.-n-1 I-> .idticth| i-elve*. } "Mha% e LOM.-bt t" fir;'et ply f ci'tUii ; with us tLe question i? 8- t" tic ] : He d that if that tLerwas no ; a j pwtrfd anl 3 1.5 ti-t'n't! whi,' of oittc-ti. Ia etfvtt these tjucstivns are ce S.K i tLC CaptJn aceeT.ttdtLe we invite tLe! atttcti n cfour coterp..rrs clb
: K iu eani *t ail means to take th mat'.r in bvi lieiug such o-'uduf-t t" i tr e>"7. ?a p.irtvvh->M.' proiptrityou flured, who e suceeou Miue: lIS' the <:ipp'y det+r1x-iuis the 1.r-i. *. ll.v YS-: ft1omist Jljclaiintr < f Purser Sci Ji." a.- t.. Lw being tie freus; Savaonah: ao-1 Cbarlestf'a.: t *Mr, C. A. Tn-

I "U Lai.i', in xb! eMU th-; ptp--r autin.-ritite do n-.l: tLis w AS o-) law tliere were many of the statutes \ elaimttl to luv- pi-vailed, JUK! binanrie yc.uwereprIUtI ia of o bhti tat the prtJtiit crx-p cf cutt--n wi'dtuu l liIm11aIi.l au'ihi-r t'f artk-I eiftiishr to the Cubsa autLfid. t-nly's; card ia this paper ilr. I'etudv p.p St9 twLt

.: .f tiiis State b the fame cau-pory, f..r ia ccveral b- tO b--ar. D-m't sneak uway fnmui.ig ( :i LaLi-r: i>ncc than the la-t. in-1 i: and the re-tri-nloas bdit > tL. se c:> s wiii ftisieos acJ pT..ii-ts tf t!*
1r.thirduty. -...-..-..-..,..' ;.,..* /.....?.!.,,_:."... i... .....i..._,.. ..,. TU cn tlc.t luil are therefore ,_t,_,.-,_ TT. ; .._'.;*_ .- .* .* _I.___._
-t.atCeS statutes were c-i no i-r cor.xi uuui! uCFt1er its ail cr-v jivfa.. rui wrap y* ur rot e> annum ou at.fl "11' i. "ij ".v &.v.jatc Iti UtJfl14t3. A iir titittiu withdrawn. 1"- -- -' IutI.UI U I

The Meeting acti'. f c< rtrun rsou and ri.ti..iied l lour and die. if ifl v.i'.li dignity: at lt-a-t with difiuicy. en-fi of tLe I'nittil State* 1 f r tL-; year t-ndin: j jA IL..fl: "I tbeSoil of the S't.h." and ii awhotu
i <
p 2. iMt'TM) .4IVIJtEVlTI''ME 'X'T'KMVO: > LX sp.t SI, Is2. reached SJ'15.2d' blilcs-Uiij It i hi by i nvans cnrcafonaLIt! to ?tpse that tl enn we tike plt-sscr b cvrr.aerxib tj &c attnLit.ti -
; At the Capitv 1 on Wednesday evtnin?, iutho 1.'t of las td'owbir luuted jttrtDcrsL'ji; !. aui otL.r legULition fluE -Ml-TJ.IS THAT \UE'SCTLT WoUKI D AMI VoTtP j :.5y.T7'J kila: iu'r.'e: uj"ii tLC cr p of the List jiar.yl t-f the electioc (Jen. I'ierce. Lad c-ne b i- nod if -I t lixciof our I ritLr n oi the Fre-s.

1 l.-rious anJ! tu'jieiou* result vf the lite pilitital (.( that cLi.-*. u>tt I'IKRCS.: Some of f y u were Im*** iiwntfh to j jJ. .:;i: lia'.ts ii.v-rea-e UJITI: th<* er..p} of tLe v -ar"pre- r ei.cc with? the Ciij>tain: Grr.crul in ra-.is> .- LIci to accPt In rttrJ t,, his w..lifI SLri thri i".

4 wtt.tt..3s a piriteJ, Au>J pt-tut i en.LLa: titLe Mr. L.ng ti.id be would asdetply n--.n--t a* "J- .. it. but v.hvhould 'u.u be *o s-illy u to HOTV it'- t..hiittl: e Iat. au.J ,-."-.'.5l bales! n>..re thai tLe aser- the disclfciriier of Tur SsiiJL" '. an i eiz be. ip ui-tjie. Vie have : a tL.a Lire

Iraocracy. ipe-MLt wuc n.aue by Mr. M.wdl.1rcr member toai-J b Mola'.oig the (\\4istituti- as well You will ii- tie Ri-r."tl.a' h.ilf \> '-- ve-1. Ule y.-u 3 th ti'-n m-Te tl.aul; with the ir.crcue of >th "rn1e-. cls-trr of Leii i, rk-ii.
S will in ea'e thor ngy: -} !. M.Qleet. McIiiUli anl Caraway S:tiii, bite out <-f r-iani to tl.e 5mp"rtaticc of jirc r bj unimpaired any I f patroinge. 11w full well! tlu.t pr xlui.-U 'ti. htMl Lrncc the tt1ei enl.ince'i an.1 the The Comptroller's Eepoi. j red. and Tip*. > the irreen vines trn.pL2ed in MtrtLt.a

d.rt J? '.etm.: and by: Mr. Sp-i-ktr Allis--a. Sen.ator all the pros iivn of tLit n'.mf-st Mered 5i>trulucul. vt.u would I.zti-k' j t e ty shaily abut aM thU if Soot t st
'I ;q0 ,j L-ii of Leon, Mr. Simmons of Franklin, ilr. Me- as on accouLt of tie! jurticuUr oblLration of an Lad been ekx-ted.! and shouted o\tr the Thi % ktry tt.-n w :_- tw.-r.ty ir tent. Light. t.u2 jn SfptmiUrof K r. rtof tLeCopjitn-iler. Maj-r lVard.cn; tLe nnarjoes plant! culiToTctl ot* l.L plau. wQl a urr 1*.* !. Rut tli.* ttiCk wtre nccii.Ita\cr{ f the :*UtWe haH"Uy i it Ul'.re fruit tL< w bole tl rourh. b tl sr."a3.ijnU
Call .'f Mi-urt. St LaV r Blackburn of JeiTerfni Mr. M Ivudlv &< any of us. 1'Lws they must an 1 will } ( as ar.peurs > our rtadr uina.er *? 'n
I 1 oath under vbii'h be rete'I l to tlie
pre ene sumo, as have, aiil the at1tal ci>l.io.t I.f the new ..luiiiUri, fr'.ia the f-'ll'jw ing table: i iSept. I next wt-ck. I: i is au bterestir.c di 'crcent, aoJhutrle1 > the f.JL tn.ti! a Lard a: i kiHini; fro : Jotn-js

.thtfGa.hn.. aJ by Mr. Papy (who war bthe well b its true sense and spirit ss i in its letter. He niu-t I** stuffed) fr-'m ytit>r biJs--tlu-re i< n-> alt.-nia- :SO. 151. Sept ?.U. <-. ; Ly the ability and bu.-be>* talent wLicL characterizes tem. Wb tfier may be Le *Ii>tkirni abnaiw

CLair ) VarivUa other gentle men were called uj on said he had not had time carefully to c >nsid
; but faile-j to respu.i. The old nre was kindled afresh reasoning uj.on which the Supreme Court of I'Irnlsyl- rt.ull ha'e n'puU.bly sheltered y-'i, be \il-c enough Great HKtain . .C.\Kn> 5v.'.' $MJ I.I-.. t arne_ &ourec. 31aj.''rard h.s ti.d;! 31r, l'eab"dy La.culiivatod rLc.-a for several! vor*

-hrj. and nvounl .. ... . .7y.C -J 4fA-iH> of trt : repin.ibutsundvr the State athi ja-t CVu-nia* Ttottt.We .
1-y tlic: pithy JJrtsM-t and happy allusions of the *e via van ia Lad based its decision. This he reijrettcd, but to kep the fact to your < r> by-in : ('eueral.
1 4 kuavci ktinn that of 1 <00 7.0< 0 CfliflIet1t. anil in ll he has dehar'cd is Lave
that are just the CC>UY you RtrnaiJtr Eun-iv.61. htird and read much abr-ut ilr. Feilcs -
; speakers-and, b short, the whAt a.1air was a he preevei1 l from the l.nA b whkh it was publiiLed you ilutcs, itLinlly. and stvure-1 the c ufi.k.ol .- '
il t' fi"4.! "
are tlie p.l.oc toadei.._IT bo< SUaw berries. and if the half of wLit sail
rery gx>d tl.ir.g til done. It was moit rmphaticoy menibx-rs of that Court there five in 730.000 717,0-jO : ll ESU3t be w
verjw that two ( Ix-bij S. 1>ONT .OLI lT (i>Vrit1X iout VTB Ml f> Tf5KIN ui------JtnL-wirZ., '' 2iew,. hy-Lly gratify-
I .iLout thee-i
wouderf ui fruit ha.ted.
: -a true they are a !
: !! a rea ou rcjoicic uri mutual ouiignitulati, all,) had dissented from the majority aud he ls.jw'.l] u>- \ "e
that !
I wLJc that is .
I t. iLjrc l withal by uuouiraliou aud a due ng&r-l for he would not be deemed presumptions b dobg like level of the ret of u ; and w by sh"ul l yo-i lie n "o United 5-tati-;. l-ct prtsur.itit i is not creator tLan at Ijf-pe gentlenwn vUkbpl
the ofuco Live l for three h Tribute of RestflCiiMlrD f -r the of dif p.-bg of he will tiiTalLihoMce
tLc J fraUd. pitied f-r Ii-sins; you enj"ye | the s.-uue j Nilod of U-t year, as the pruvs Eurcpparelii purpose plaa'j
wise. As matter of he said Li in
mere authority,
t. -- --_ or f-tur year tlwn the r ft"of us f.-r never ba\hi hal, l r. TLU 1'lLII.mtnI'n t.fa dimbisLed Utku No'retr.t.. Li h.o route home i.jaia t, Colornixa.

Mr. Asay's Lectures. i formation led him to esteem the taleuU and lcaruii anY t hIm*" If it u lord t<' g> out. nji't it n->t )have l a higher pri '. the to the lxn coinfjrtaMe t.' ert i iru uilptay! m "Jot.gfS !- i cwuuted for sol Hy by a srrfatly-bcrcustd > R'Ur"
; The Lectum of tU gentleiiuui, as announced for of dissenting Judges as fully equal members b.ld tLL. ev agrteiug tn the decision and as the Senator Lad >me of v iu are very wortlry and well qaVitied ; f--r : conMiiup'ion.; In Great Britain the weekly eon uaiptioiivf \ tuxis were ad.-pttd "t UiUrI
.hr. tL prestnt week bare bvca btcrrupttd by the very ; the <\>uijt"ryi take we regret tlat tliey) ure to be displaetd -: ttou in If51 was 31M bales; iu 1S52 tLe i I I\ WaEKEA*. TLe R. I. I. Dlue bavin:: beard of t >ce writisz the abi-'ve. the arsgnspb

uofavurable we&tLir, and as a consequence ouly one not favored th Senate with the reas>xibq of the Court, -"i'ten. v*- aj>preh. nl by men let.* tompt .ijt r.ii'unipliars a wtxk. or ( death of CoL JOHN G. G.txsz. late tithe State of 0 aa..tLer Culuriltis paper ho ir.et per eye:
as Le bid stitod it.i substance and conclusion,. drjeniinr but can't laed the fir-t btckrt ofi a Chi the cvutbelit there Las
except ami we Miiixo annum.
Las bcea given to a limited audience-the first of the per Florida they caLrx refrain fn-m expresfiug their deep -1 Bjfiet cf Strtnd.er \s in z.rrn1ir.Ws
be was unable to leld LL convictions, tears iu pit; fv>r the lo..tern. If a inn is f.t to bold bvn a a.rrc-pi'UJi'i. incrtaseof ct-osumptioru The He ths
Course on Tuesday evening. The subject was Mo- : up n ras<'nand i ; rt-tret wa endeared to them by rt.cllvctiucsI take. liberty of aeka..wledgir.g in this wanner
principle to the authority of such a decision.He ai officecf'any areouiit. he i* abundantly qualified to .. direct 1 iprcents from the United StaU-s to Fnu.ce !I which separation and death itself caLiiot efface ; t.-r a receipt 01? l; etofstrawU'rrk-s. from Jlr. Char.'*.
hainmtd, us previously named. The Lecture was of without cffice. He who that Le knows not hare been 120.017 bales
lue says b the )iritut \.ar oiretL -. l A great inUrttl, as well from the amount vf matter it thought the reason was with the ditutixig' bow be sh, H upjrt his family" if turned out *1 >W9 *u iti tlis lost! an I to tht-r parts of Eun-te JM.4J5 t'thit-.L He was a worthy member of thL. last ,. uU..

JuJg. I on why he *l h.H r.evrr !kre b tn put m.- ', bci! In the United Stat the currpairvfir
toataioed.! as from the well-drawn aitd dearly denned g.intl r *- r rn. r. > cnxuitpwas several yesr aid iu tLc war cf 1 SI 2 was first
picture of The Maa it portrayed. The only fault to Upon the whole, Mr. Long said tLfit althouirh Lct i If an office worth hu: ii ? the inaunU-nt should have ofl'-5l was 4fl-J.I.IN lutlv5 ; of I1-52 it LJeutetuujt and havir served with fidelir and zeal. tTuz Sc
j aved in>ethiu fn>in tbr e IT f ur years' ,njnymciit 6f 3.iHx. bales conclusive"titradktion.. by the is illujtrated
< ? was -a beautifully
had had no band iu originating the bill, and rwbap! | wa !t.tequt ntly pnTr.oted to the pi $: i-f Captain, -di fwjr ez1re&i'e etT*
Jo cur tniaJ was that it was 1u w tune-led-there wan tou t of it' s.ahir1if It iui'bt have s-aved. and! did not, he of th pretended diitrir of the manufacturing ,
: wav. and there are many t f bis ($H comrade still livinc who % and a Ule! ct is
r much b it fot one Lecture. A division of the subject: fdt lew forcibly the nece ity of its passage than oth'crs must face the ci.-eqttenees of his improidcuct.t .- interest in this country. Thus it is seen that tLc iucre&cc | can testify V his hbrli qnaliricatu-iis and the eralifioa- pre-trts rtena wlki tpKattractive.

I iDto three parts-Tbe Man-TLe Pri.1ibct-Tbe Cvnauerer -. 4 ytt be assented to the jwlicy declared bv it, at 1 There i is no hp! for tleit.r b the! nsunptioii t-f tt>tt 'n i. greater than i bin and pridt w ilii rl.ith they served under Kim. At TL:; rj tic "t w E:(ra.; ett rprise of wtich

$ *nd tin? oooutia'.i-ei c-f at !r ht i.fr vpnin.' ir I felt no cumstitutkiial scruples c.n the question of iwe ,. 4.. Fuiallr. Sir v .i-s ,nrnr iv OUPEII. Many of the iiKTcnse b production ; an.l we have every rca>'U the time of his death Le was aa honorary member ofi we ?rke a few * r -- ---- --- -- --g---- -- ----- to establish such p.ilkv. He hoped the mca ur? you Lave tuetity loluir or over JXT weet, aKi si"uui to believe that this will e"ttiuiue tv be the ca'e. The i the o-rp. jutly nier.tin our wsjtucst friendship and New Orleans, and as lidiis fair to be a ; q. aoalyting tnd prccntbg each of the e heads, it truck lave at hat half t>f their earning henceforth till they Fx'ononiUt stfus.ive uiii's! are now in coure.f
( says esteem hf.at eminrut
j ; thrt.ugh i* for his honorable with the Grohan'i fr favor.
G.xJeyYasi prp.x
: ut Would have been preferable to the plan adopted might answer the hopes and expectations of iufiieuils Lsfl b* cutlet U, their taViiuj -ft" 11* ('t1.fl1- rrcthi> iri Crrat Briui'.o." IUK! ci'ntntlo that the K-ariar and eh .
eaterpriiit racter and all who knew 1
1- 4'S and pursued. This course, however, would have interfered to whom he cheerfully gave his aid b its pas- b>u'e iucunibeut can lordly be nturted before April. iNui-uniptkii of <.i>tt ti there will cot.Unue t4' iiKrea.e.We j him btir.iatcly w ere .iixerely attached; t.> hint Withthe'M It has a fine healthy Iix i. and our Lear warns t r vc.

sac*'. and pR-bsblv will not be till May, bv which! tinte eah kn(>w that on the ixitbent f f Kurnj. and e'.p c- anti it with an u=usua: fervor. I: is a Seizhtn tip*.
probably with the deigu of the Lecture which t opiuiou syrui-atLiring bis fociilv and
The t s-h-.ul.l hare Las Dest egjf bud carefully by. A couple iallv in (;JeniiAnv, the sumpti"ii of cott .n i* iacrca.iiig frief>ls, nest and acytLiu bearbi that clarActer bss cot
then taken
vote was the and .
I appeared simply to be Io gi v e his auditors an idea of The | upon ayes no -, 1 of hundred ilnllan Ua umby u-meaM tube di-pi>edby stadiy! and l rapidly ; and b the Unit,:d He if Reoiri'd. That this 1tCI
entered SjHcriptoa
and resulted follow test wL< i-r its SUCCCJMV.
,, Man. Iu this he succeeded uo doubt to their entire isatisfaction. a* sYr.s a ruan in a quandary as mcny >f vou are t-r soon State uotwitLftanJiru; u.e fd alazna sf ret-.k the miiintts of the np-'* very

t m. -Mr. IVesident Mos rs. Baldwin. Bbnkburn.Bn I' will be lk out employuicn! : alicad.. and be rrady. capitalists, the example of thnviiuj factories is daily I the n cstiiuatK'U b w Lich company Li cemorr as a is slight cherished token bvi04 of ?3.T.. T. Le..rJ; 10S Si C.res strct,

&ldinton.: Forsyth, (tooralfr, ILiwe, Johnson. whenever the axe shall fall, O pick your respective calling a.loitiouil spindles into operation. It is nliazard -- t .
The next Lecture is fixed for the ____
.,4 coining Tuesday ( I .)ng, Mc* lev, Provence, Smith, Suet! and Stewart : heads out of tin l.askt t and carry theru forthwith to u-i to a* ert that during the next twelve J2tfofrfi. That the ,l lr of this than f
j drapeil Dtfrmitr i is DaasbtT of more
more' company
evening. Subject-Tl Koran. Somethbg 14. is in DdJowyVr a
'fbe..e notlang
: j I the scenes of your future monlLs the nHieumplinti of cotton throughout the b I"T UKtilhs
buy be expected
L what the part of Ilamlet is to the play. He is so mild > j/rrt step that coet.." HJt from the most reliable acc >Ute tl.e uppvw ResZrei1. That a copy c.f the above be sent fc> the. pou. will attract aJJIavoal iueres t at tiis time o ini
i POS'T GIVE rp THK SHII-."-Although the glorious I" 5.; IilX>LVC !? of deeeastd. and that naval
: up with it that the book cannot be read without I Ib te they U published b i to the lure expei tXi
whig Las sn'tabcd dtfeat in there be bus'nes attainable here, Notwithstan-liiiw Rritih
party an overwhelming t employment or you 1.l-'r2> txperimcnt in I tLia
giving to the reader a deeper, clearer insight into the the recent election from obvious ascertain the fart bv March. If there. .vfrwa. and the West the paptr of city and in tboM-of his reiidencw..IVll that Eapir* frwn this cj ufctrT. Tie other lealiis
cauea to all who are ( can surely nest Asia, Indie*, upon the Southern .. :. M. P\TT-. I, /_'.., ..-_.
4 character of The Man who was iu author_.or rather m the sughtest degree "p-Jted" b pnliti'-al matter*. be none u<.h, why loiter hfre F The great \N eft has Slat* of tLis Union the world is dpi>ndeiit fur its WM. J. Rjrr rcK. &CretJr.-- -- --- '- I. IfIi % articles are-The State of Europe; a

2 who had the ingenuity and skill to parody many of''i I we cannot believe that there are any members of the i still room for you. and Mother Nature never discard sujply 01 cotton, (the flax tulwtitute being a dead froca the October cumber the present pap'f bc1

.& the leading truths of the Jewish Siipterr. and dress party so faint hearted a* to think once, of abandoning and rarely dwappoinU those who lightly erk her fzslurr.I) Is it probable, then, that tie production of At a re>ruLir meeting of Leon Lod.je Xt S. L O. 0' JevvXed to Spain-Tbo Kailroatl system oi ti. FBI-
their former as* viatci and the cherish l prbciplw bountie She l ha' not turned off the Crit batch of re- tie Southern States w ill lie equal to the increased F, December 7. 1852. the following resolutknis
rl them up b such a garb as to help along the great imposture '' w Lwh they have hitherto entertained Whig prtac-i- iecUd suitors for her favor since Adam. If rn> uita- consumption we are led to expect I Will the supply unanimously a-loyited : were !| ted 5.ates-.nd l lastly AcstraHjL The .MaccKa.1)31-

0 he was meditating. pies are as firm and enduring as the eterlaating; bills bit employment can be found here, remember that keep poo. x.i rJi the demand Nolnvlv expects the \\HIKEM. It hM plea e I Alm-grity God to take Department is full and complete. xhibitii ; great 1 IBdostry

4 -and be who would forxake them when crushed with there ii boundless wealth in the bosom of the, ertX crop of the present year to excvetl the crop uf from u oar worthy Brother JOHN R KET. : and whereas b the Y.liter. and fcrlfcsLing the reader wi*

vi Philosopher" Greeley bits the office-holder tome a powerful opposition is little letter than the heartless and only labor is needed to bricg it out. Men & 1 last ye.ir whilst many supj >se it will be H>rue- we dt tire to nxakt t-ouie fitting expression of Lb>t e a of the businc** of tL* South anti West wliwwu

savage blows in the article copied from the Ti ibunt !I ingrate who would let out from the veins of a former brethren 1 Help ui to secure the adoption by CoD- thing le *. The proKible result of the growing feelings by which he >* as endeared to us ia life, which psctiir and at the *
friend the list drop of his life blood. Remember the' gresa of tTir principle ofrttLuoMrs TOR ALL m the crop is estimated at about S.OtMHX) bale by prv>m sorrowed anti syir.patLimi V.itl. LIIU iu L KTI aSIic- W et) hi rx other Magazine,

in another column. By the way, we notice that Greeleyia words of the dvbg Lawrence** Don't oicc ip the > uuappn>priated ptiblk domain,and then th I'9 of office competent tiM. vhilv tutu arnl which"iet iu the hope thet! he hath irene to ti1ne gTire 5 R-rB TA** tiaatitr of other csefcl3*

IIM ppr of the 12th ult. says thai Ls i* tired of Slip." will ee** to be terrible! to meu witi S to **nj tLc cu> uiii|HluotIt>u KSirotrlv rcmaius the home of his i'athtr ali-\e; and i alto ijive Knne soirvrtaat iafrm'atien.

politics and btendi to bave less to do with it than We find the above) piece of fustian ha the florida their lining by honest work There ii T ttW.* the same -the supply lags bcliind the deruu!l. tuitblr tt-stia.vty of Our aOI. C of bcriaVeSitI t at Li>
those who deserve it, UI it *OUtcome Hence the well-founded conclusion that the THK 2 3hL.aW:(.
coming" vet for pintof Iu.s : TtberdoTC.ItsozrttL MTT MisTtExi OF THE >Anos.u.Toe :
formerly. Iu reply to a correspondent who requceU Republican at Jackeonrille. As a fitting commentary soon enough to krep youliouoraUjiu <'fiice cotton will range higher dunn the next than during That in the death of our wonhv Brthcr BuSJo Courier \V herd a young Udj.*

: him to lead a land reform, freesofl party, be aa} s, bet upon it, we clip the following from the Boston Tra r..t .-r.J <- iuit Ilofor free land ad 1 unfaiUni: the past twelve uiot.tlii ()f course, this mult maybe this Lodge has been dt-pried of a dei oU\I and es-1! says: &*-

r t ) bas been flogged cmmgh to but six montb at I..at, ....'ri, .u ta f*]>vi, WJb*> eaiior u brother to I opportunity for every man to lire by hoe* sweat. prevented by war or other extraordinary contmgciHie teemed member \rltn lu'e while an Odd FelW. af-- other dayenJcrse' ilrs. Pierce b.th IaI&ea.tk Us >

and that tbos who have the stomach to keep up apolitical the editor of the Washington Republic : [ regardless of great m'en's favor and the tulabilities of *, if which we make no account in our calcu -nled a happy iUuair.tiou of tLe pure and bct..ric ..tpriutuj manner. Sho occupied a place i ia her Sabb "

fight may do so to thcii heart's d.mtent, a&t for We Lope that the first tiling the whigs will do politics Independence ever! laUons.Tb Jo of our Order,anti w l L.oe ueait.4-v" should bo I cla**. ia Washington, while Gea nres 1

will be to drop the mtaainglest name, bj which theparty imminent prospexrt of an inadequate supply cherished and re'pvittd by tu. j Seuator, and thought her one of the imt )ucely V
The BJttoo j
: himself be in for rest. Tranteript :
goes says of cotton from the growing excites serious t That this tender
bas bern designated UM but sixteen It crop apprehension Ludf to the IkrnUv of with the indU' '
years. Gen. Pierce himself U believed to fvor. as Mr. in Great Bntaui. The Ecvootnut worn sh. had ever seo
1 bas no applicability iu the under existing cir says: the deeeased their sincere sym4ithy{ and ci>oduJuoeiu ; .
Mwts.-From the message <>f Gov. Roane, sent cumstances. It i U obsolete.country There mst be a new Woodbory did, the Southern Democratic x>liej, b regard M To tlIt4C who are familiar with cotton tUtutics, the distressing hereavczuent. which has fallen upon wd dignity to doni and honor the White Uooe-

I to the General Assembly of that State on the id bst, organization under a new name." to foreign powera, and that it ftajnly far these figures may well occasion grave ooosideralioQ; them.JtfHJrfJ. ; staled b

j I we learn that Arkansas was admitted bto the Union from bciug aggreuhe. A foreign -vat would wit for stupendous as is the expansion of manufactures in That this Lodge room b* doUwU in The majvHJty. Gen. Pwrce in Virginia is

in 1436 Mxteen years *gu During that time the I I3T After the 4th of .March next, the United States proUibly pron>4e the btercU of any pit of the ITtiion. this country, it will befsndthat the aggregate per mournui and our luenibers wear the u uvl bod e of i the Rebaaod aqre' to U 15,27 This i a w ;
but U would be particuLirlj deatroctrc Soctb- trcrea io the cooaumptioii of cotton in foreign for iwntly CU1h
eeotage arvl that '
1 moururns thirty ikys, a c > of the mad eanJiiJ1t V
wpertyoftbeSta1ehsslnevaae4rnvaIuefrrnl- I py ** **- cthy oar noble cause
) Senate will cooswt of 4? democrat 18 and nity
2 >
whigs era mtenwta. sur *Me iu extenM.-u ia ,
4 1 OOO/tiy: ) to **0.000,00rt) ; i ft. prmiqetioa of cotton Euwpc even rapid olutim be transmitted by tin Secrrtarr Ii the Ltni- od! commonwca'-th 'L
i from A.OO bales Io 151.0X) bale; and its papula freesolleri. The dema tts will have more than two Tc.btroftheTrau'ript w a(rieod *Gcu. I'krcr, Great HritaBi. \V hen it is found that after the Luge Ir cf the deceased. w *thy tUt ixU*

I ten, fp-nj SO.OOO t-J 2 *thirds of that b" aftd j'eihsj.s p F'eaki'r' autbcnitj.* it civp v r c.'Ucctcd b the United Stales, anl J. KGALDRAIT1I, K. S 1 fcst brcujbt Llni R-iwarJ b the C.91ET


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I Next election ::_._1 .LLL..J.. _
tt COOLV.- day after a THE CHAHtER-S FMALE COLLEGE i ----- -

dh f the Detroit Free Prees --: TDRI.-'The ieu1arpaket NEW GOODS, STATE FLORIDA, CITY
j "irfoU th c < r as LOCATED AT SCOTTSBOROUQH A.
v g OEO. &hoth ELtZATU.. & Ma.icr. tlte: nnd'eri'igned pfiarlrt tV. Dowh.nz, Sec
"VfOTV" from Scboonef Elizabeth select -
nceirlnjf ,
Rev. will hare } for a WE TALLAHASSEE,
Waahlngton Balrd despatch tlie atwve
PrincipaL jiorL > John Uenrd Comptroller of
-L of State, ,
variety of the best and latest winter retary
1 DETROIT, Wednesday, Nov. 3. Exercises For freight or passage, apply to3IcNALliJIIT "lIE undr gtd. haviof taken charge of
THE in this ImtltufionwHl be resumed styles of Thy and Fancy (iuo.i. and choice, fresh Public Accounui, and William R. Hay wardTr, 5uref
Ewj-Dear Sin Having now di- A groceries UM above well known HOTEL, moat nspect >
tlw ORMON'D.
Johnson. first MONDAY the
v IN J.1NUARY fruits of the State of Florida, baringttin. day met at 'I
S 1853 provkione
Fnuikun Pitirce ii', 1 hasten to Newport, December 4 852. 4 43 inform the citizens TallahaMoa
en.ered *'k en- The counn CheCk for fifty dollars iu paymeut for attention being given to Mutic; and the MiKlem-- TanCy Goods. of the Election held on Tnefldwy. the 2d day' of November and the tiav Uinj{ public that be will cpco? lot |Lreceptlou

e' ::::)fl. and at the same time to wine out a Langungps, Rates of Tuition murj the tame as in DENTAL NOTJCE.'TVU. Rich Frcotb delaine*, Flack Lace Mantillas, White instant, ft* Elector! of I'reJeut and Vice of victors, on tin 15th m*Unt.spnro .; Hwtfl V

A1 debt I with yuu on t.bc SLate or Feuns'.i.4PJrI other nimilar Institutions-one half in advance TV. S. MILLER. Denti,, Graduate of the BalJL Si'.k.!' do. Tticture Sato do. Watered Satin do. Mus- President of the United States, do hereby certify that no pains to malt, thk Hotel nrwrtlijr TO *\f irniwronngtt thpa-

TUiA truly, The place N admirably adapted to Female Education. tiinore College of Dental Surgery, ha* arrived in quetaire Lwe Capes,AVhUe Silk Thulc, Lvlies Neck the following is a correct canvanof the retards aforesaid of the public. ** **.

ajn 4SVritc for the uuxious ee'at, and near board can be had iu jjeuluel f.umliejj at moderate rates TaMaJuwse to remain a rfiort time, and pectfullr Ties, Do. Silk Nets Do. White da II.MC. Genin's viz : The it-haTe nntnber of tofes piven for the November 13. 1S52. 45 tf t tMONRHOUSE

December 11,152. 4a 41 temlen.. hi* servIces to nil who 1 require Dental oix-ra-- French Outers, DaDa Kid Slippers, Scarboio* Hood office of Elector of President and Vice President of "

lheIL" ? K. Sebastian has Wen re-elected U. S H'T Dr. Miller ha liberty fir rcferej.ce U, Di. J. Paris Brigade Silks. Fine Linen Cambric, Do. d>. I the United States wa seven thousand OM hun-Ifed /

catt) from Aikansa* for six _ears from the 4th of NEGROES AT AUCTION. Kanduliih.. >L I 1), TalUhafN.riiiPr..f. ,. i* HushZrP" Lawns, Rub'd Dress Muslin, Do. Mourning Collar and ninety-three ((7,133)) ; and of these votes Jew TALI.AIIASSEE. FLORIDA. .

SucA the 3d % '- Winch Va. 1W. C. A. Harris Frilled d ,.do, Musquetairp Lace Collars, Do. Lare I Coe received four thousand throe hundrnl 1s'hl, fi"' -
----5- 5--- --5 OX Monday the January, 1853: will be sold before M. I), II. S, and Prof. R. \\*. Dnubar M. D Baltimore Sleeves To.? Lnce, Black do, B..binetfe d > T1VI.!.. .1.. ***. fi ic?; tt'kru.aiiu o.t .araway bmiiTi received f"trthouoitnd -S ELI P. MOORE respectfully inform tn*
House dour in Tallahassee that lie has leased for term of
rThV Mar land. Bhvck La e Mitts. ci1.----; -4n L1k Gro. three hundred and five (4J105> votes and ;; a
Sauri-mc Important to Jh ) l .
.toTUL / Twenty I Likt-ly i Negroes, 2?" I dies wasted their Du A&iqie rills*. 'MeQuotn Mcintosh received four thousand three hundred year*. the building rn Monroe Street opposite -
l-Dr.J.S H' ughUHi's 1'viiii. The True DiFluid. on at residence, if desired
: or Jaotnc Juice. prejiared from Ren- including Mt-n Women, and Children. Among them : 2?" Ikxinia lit the City Hv>t l. Heavy Dry GoodsBlay and three (4,303)) votes, and Jw4 J. Fiulry re- the Ptuntix block, and will thoroughly refit it for
geU YC are several good IIoiw Servants, a good Cook Iruner lComl ceiTrd two thousand eight liunr.rtd and seventy-live a Public House to be ttpeoed on the tat Dcrcmbrr
Fourth Stomach of the Ox after direcof 152. -IE TJncfls, Sajier.do, Brown Drill ,Lincn CTi<-cks.
and th. of thbcstablb
Washer nnd i.ext. All furniture every desriptwm. m
? one Carpenter.Tin1 otes.'and Thomaa Rantlallrt-ctivi- twothou-
Liebig, the great Physi"l,.< ical ChemUY Scotch Diaper) Supt-r (l'). Huckaback, Yellow Flannel. (2,875) furniaheJcumfurUbly
Har n ; will be u
wx., above N.-r.w. w.-r .dl i.t-ctI in Lt-on County, Notice. sand tight hundred and fortj-thr ( ) votf, anti >hu nt. will be in-si. and it
M. D Philadelphia. Tin M bite ill. Gauze, Jo.. French IlnnlMizine. Drab
S. ir'iihti, .
rionJ.i, and for be
J. are sold no f.iult and elegantly. The table bhall a*
Jlv and by virtue uf an order i h4ueul from ClnldrenV Coats. Blue French John P. Sanderson received two.thousand eight hundred
w.mJtfrfu'' rciiie.ijy for ItlJlgCetion, pepsia, the .D'/te, Meiino Cherry
v.il'r a Terms-Ona-third ca>h, the balance in 12 well supplied a* i is possible in this scctin. and it h
payable t
Liver c4brnp1.mt: (.. ()II4ipat1Ofl| and( Debility, 1 Ic4rug month Juise! ; of Probate f.ir Matliscm Counry, 1 will offer ilo. lo, (Jrceli do. do. Dove llirege. Pink do. Brown and forty-two (2,842)votc) '
S convenient
j1iilicc. Waring 8 cent interest from date with his intention, in all ti> provide a .
per for official respects.
att.rnaturo'sown: metluvC by nature's UW'fligfflt. ) talc to the hi-'het bidder, on the first Monday do, Turkey Red Cambric, Figured do.do,Turkey Red In testimony whereof, we hav hereunto set our -
'nritv. .
e-nnf.irtttble house of rntprtamnifiit.TaUah
approved *e in January next, Ufe the Court 1 1. d in Do. do. do."BoB signature this 29th da\\ November. A.1). 1652. and
dieGa-tric .Tuicr. I I'amjililetu, rontaining kcicCn,1eiico HIM; r. xd Bordering, Yarn Zephyr Worsted ,
BElt Iti Nov. 45 tf
ROWLES, Auctioneer" dc. (4flhity C.'W. DOWNING. :* ee. 13, IS5!
of its value, furniblifd by agents gra Decoml luring the legal hours of bale, the following and Mis.Hose, Mns Merino do.
11. 1 2.
.ini 4 st I.nmmul- wit Secretary of State
: ,
!.". jjoc notice among advertisements.. . Th undivideil of lot No. 3, gc r, T S. R 11 E. Groceries, Provisions, &e. JOHN BEARD, Large and Splendid Assortment
SALT! SALT Ribbed and clear side. Pickled and dried Beef. J JPlaiii OF CHAIRS
containing M Tl.e Comptroller,
ncn-a. of N
: >. <-u Wedues.la24th Xov, by Rev. W. El K {, t4pi- 1, T Z,
Mr. GEOJfGE RAYSOR to Miss ISA 1 000 LARGE: S.ieks LiverjKM.1 Salt at i.o; U 10, S and E. containing 80 acrcg. lju.ti )o. 5 and and canvassed hams. Mackerel and Salmon, Cod AT. R. HAY WARD, are receiving from th e Ocilla" and orvninjot

jGniHu.( t daughter of Mr. IL D. Johnson, all ofJffe11ItU JHT sack. For iilebvGEORGE 6;, T :3, of R 1 1. S and K. c..,ntaimng iRu ant?, being fiVli and Hen ing Piekled Pork, Lard an l Cniklles, State Treasurer. WE onr Furniture Itoiini, a new selected assort-
HF.LLAeU IL" the Suijar and Stewart's Refined Syrup, Do. d<>.
Florida.OBITUABY.. BESTWICK property iuf the astute of Rebercu (iuine deceiise.1. Syrup. rncut c-f Chairs!
i County. DfCemU-r 11, 1852. 49 tf and ordered to be sold for payment .)f the debts t'audy, Ttsas and Coffee, Iri-h PoUlnva, Green and' The following i ii lie vote of respective Coitntien, Mahi.'nny Spring Sril Chairs,

-S of aid wtate. The ;il hind, have npoa them a v djuiblc Dried Apples. Buel beat Flour, Genesee do. Western as returned from the office of Secretary of State : I. Can '

Note Lost. Saw and Grit Mill in complete order, a dwell- (ho White and Graham Crackers, Dried and 4' Rocking "
thi" tV th(* 3d iustaut, M AllO ARii' Brandicd do ItaisiiiIatca. and ..:
picl in < Oil lug huuae and other Peaches, Preserved 4. S
mislaid improvement
Note and louitcd Arm
or for
LOST a $2fi 00, rignwl by are on ; .
'\XPA MARCH, wife of Josepii Cushy, ll-<], inji : Baltzell, dated ROIIW time: in Mav or the Suwaunec River in 6Uid County. Prunes, Currant Jtlly, Quince do. Apple do, Currants COUNTIES. < 2w JcnnvAst.'r LhvI Cottage S

JStli vear of' her age. June of tlic pren-nt year, and jwyablc to John MoLauphlin. Terms-Notes bearing tight per ctiit interest, well and Cranbtniot. t:: .- J So Gilt ..4Ru'b

lifjof Pulmonary! Consumption, on the Itt in .t, The jitiblic an oantioiied against tradin" M-H-unnJ, and payable iu -ix and twelve niontln, will -A L S OGenin 5 J *d ci' "* Seat '

JOHN' B. K.EF.X, iu the (Jth year of liu age. for said uote, as pavuient: )h ia B Iwon topp il. be taLcu. *. Cas>Imcre Hats and (tap&. lieambia 213213-fj: its: 2U-J d 202 2i 2 White Maple

tb.th Nnvcnibcr. iftr I JOHN OEOHOE E. Mel::'LELLtN. AdmV Ant a general osortinent of cl.'tl.jziilIat'. Caps. Walnut 4.
jid ih ILls C.otrntv. cfl a MCLAUGHLIN. Santa R.' a l.Vj lVj; IMP; 218 217 217Valton -
iflte') Jr. NICHOLAS LLOYD, in thy ( .5t1icefr IheemLr 11 18.ri2. 49 ;;t* Madison G.ui.ty, Dt-comlvr 4, Ihii. 43 4t Hoots, Stone, \Tooden. Hollow. Cr 113 1 17 82Holm B.-ade .brt ware tc. Ac. For she low t"i>r coh, byGEO.
intive .f ..North CaroliLla Bannister
of Iii $(Rcs lie \V84 a s 5'J f>9 5)3 73 1:?

L tit tar the .. -. -- .-eir iL rei-idtnt of F1o! ithL- ; Notice. Notice. W. SCOTT, A CO. .I Washington 1th: hit')> 103 34 :32 32 Maple 4. 5

lie li left a wife an 1 a lanrc circle of friends toBflnrnliiJ.aib. O: : N the 29th of December, will Uv.ld jjf< 11," re i- T AHLL offer f..r Kale to the hi jhe t bidder at thr Nt2 ;, 1J52. .Iaeksn 1 (;iJ 24o; t6( itm 214I (>r ciau Spindle .4

A> a t1-htii. neyhbor, wd citim. deiKNof the lute German Burton i- Court HouHP in Midi-on I Calhoun 61 61 Ill 13 13 13 Rise Wood
I deeeacd. all I C.-nnty, ny iuni\i] there o* lew that *an -d lum he deceased the Cotton tlmt) wnn made on tlie pl.uitalion of Vald li-ilf t.f tin. LuiiiU dwaot-ilxU iu tlitnb .Tr .M'lu-itl Ciiieiit f Kranlil.u J73 1:8: 1 Ci 1 C7 OTiailadcu
J lively M* tliat: lw J.oulJ iiit-t LiJlAcr decease.l the Dealers at the time and flip termtherein GEXTLEMAX 3(n>7 ""*"> ]7U 171 171 Nurse and Sewing
iiprwc a present year. in Cotton are re- ujxm UTIVCITHADDEUS .h::- .. and WH, can ofTer the iiighert recnuimndjtti"ii Office and Diuiiig Ann Chairs, 4
IVfvT.irl.r..u.h. pha..co..py.Masonic. t-pectfully K.licited to attend 'fled. R. DEAX) Leon B4 :3S4; :r.bl: W7 227 227VakuIIn
iu INTOC. on that day. Tunis of ,
the sale \\ ill be ca-h. Iy! JAMES M. KAKERhw Mi>h<"* cuIulu.vuieIt us private Teacher or in a small \ 1 1:4 154 154 J".l?" t 1)0)') JUJtfi'.rsoii Easy Chairs and Foot Stoolv.CbiUren" .

MAL1XDA -r4.. Jf ." 2. 4s Attoniey.l Schixil. The compensation to be a cumfortablc home, SOU Sill I JS19! S5 b3: t.> high and low Chairs, f f'tXuui.r

BrilTOX A.lm'x.County. and a reasonable! salary.PIen .Madi. 1S3 187 11t'l' Ml 1"! Cir tic, l-c. .
1'bnfl9, 4>n
Annual Communication of Ga, DcfemU-r 1 1, IKV.!. 4iL.S at this OfTif-e, or address lion. John yor.6.lS5t 4t BERK A BOWLES.
The Grand ___ I Fresh Groceries. : e enquire I i Hamilton 117 I 117 I 117 27 27 27 _
f th" State of Florida will h* """ P. Baldwin Senator; Hon. W. W. Mi-Call, House Rtjlewutathes -. A ** *" *"
IxxL'f <> Ik
the C.rand I Notice. I.-urnavni and Rio. oiumbia -iiit 33; .: :! 1" > I1'fAJachna Wood
intlicnovr.V.i-! <'H I Eill.in the Cit v >fTa1UhasM, I COFFEE Tallahassee.Decemlier Splendid Rose Mahogany
jj Cl.uiik-d and liranuhitod.C'lindles I 2i'9 2''!9 if': 111 111 113 7
tlie swvnJ JJ'HiJav in January, 1853: brinjr the ALL per.iWH are hereby notified not to trade for a ) 4, 1SJ2. -IF 4t* N.uau 29 2V 1" 4SIS 4S AND WALNUT 1'URXITURE.TTTErre .
ou I I'll.tent \v"ax and Adamantine }
Furat- j.
receiviti- arid penkjj at our
Mei.il and iu vuWaiMv fol'o\\b, now
: Representative
iN jw
Officers :
1it1i Jar. 314 31. 2t3;t: 274 273; 277
ilwtv4 auJ By the tenth day of nextff Crackers, Rutter you uir. Montpelier Female Institute. Duval \ \ tt.re R.H.tr.s. a pcnJt.d! l"t of irnod Furniture. 4
d zi'c January to
:(: guivrufchwe ; prmnKc 7
-11 tc Tiibaee fine cut and IcM Cavendish St. Johns 14l> 140 MO i47 'J7 ti> f
pay the Columbus Brii'g i ('&'Izipuiv. or Iwarer. Four 24th Term of the Montpelier Female In-ti- which WHS selected with care ia New York, and will
Flour bblv! and )half: l.b-! pIIE I'utnr.in 47 447 37 :37 37 fA
.WIIN B. TtYLOR, Gauj Sc'i,. I Hundred nnd Fifty Dollars with iiiteiei-t at eight per (114-caP. EicliVh Dairy and AVhitoak JL tute will commence on the 1st Thursday of Jon- H.i-borougU: ir.5 in( ; 105 70 TO ;t> be i-h1 1'iTf.iLub'.e.
1 and ITjiin r.ureaus.
ufl due. value Top
ecu. -r le next.Mi T >*
Fish Pickled Salmon and Ml-rir.li.) nary Marion cw 2"o' li't> !:; i3 !
Graiid Annual Convocation of the d d >. R Signed MARY IIAliDEE and known >
t The ( ) A. (Jivhen Rutt I'ikl -d M. M. BI-ELL, so long favorably a. 3.; 35 35 35 .>5 30Uty
trBJ; : CIiiptcr: Of the SttU of FItridariIIwe' D. P. :$MITII.t I huidin T. Tongues. Atn-liovy IVte.Ae 1 the Principjil Teacher Of the Institute, and for two orange 43 43 4-J 27 27 27 d'>. (it). Carved Mahogany Tatl. s.
Ac, Irom bii Suwannec. anrl for ale .
1 Walnut
fl tiV 3Lt..ijt5' }{ ] 1'ul- (5. \ B. GOODRREAD.(; I ycar-tas it S'.iperintt ndent, will tiike clurge of the Lucie 7 7 (1 ) ilxlu. DUll 1'laia iiaghogauy and
St. "
m th tlI1! Monday in January.t 1 b- | Athp e'iTi 4S
if JOtLday. OluWrs. Meinbcra, und IkprcbdnEtrC4 -. haI'tirely' frfih-d. MARY A. 11ARDKMus. } S 55_ _____ : ,-iit '. She will bi a-. i-ted I by the same able Monroe lit 11G 11C W !t'5' 1C, .\ lie?.work Stand* and Work Tables,

Till t.tkr duo iiutk'c thereof) mid! jrovern th&iivbacurJi4gy. (' & !Ilnrida. Dcc. 11, 1K.VJ. 4y tNotiee. Shirts, Drawers, &..c.j ,-..urLof| Instructors whici! lave hitherto gi\en so M.i-ic :trMluL l hi id Towil Stands.J

] JOHN 11 LYLOIt.P..t.flhlct -------5--- much sai1z.fHCtIuTi.! A Clergyman of high taiiihn i lii; i Q.iartette TabIei.
4l.SI35 4C03:; 2S15 2S43 2812
j A of JiarX tr M.-iino. Flan *
: 4, l 'r,2.:; '// and Xteietaiy.f j FirKSHnpply ; ay. prof.-Mftn-will attend to the reliiri"tis instruction V.'hat Note and Corner Stands, -
j -. V n.-l, (;Juenisey. ((.C., ( :l4 uiitiii.-ui' 1 Knit ?Iie-tps Nov. 30, l2: (no. and Jack. IU p. 2t> OtUiman.", S
? I'-'l"101 thr-tn--h'tut the State friendl l the T\l'RIXG mv idwive from the State, Mr. J.-hn H. of the young ladie*. The Bishop of the liuee'will .
J W(HI! Si>ck<, (leUh-meu's M -iiin, natinel and JomsI .
S Cm.'t: *K1 jJ-Jw* give the ab-'vt* ouoA' iItrtiIL5ti I' JRh' lo will act a. Agnt in the r ill tii of : (ontintiv t to in.- the vi-itor of the In-titufe. arid will attend Card Tables.
my >n DrawercU fpiiu !l.rir Suwatrife und
I % lauJitig : fir New and Fashionable Clothing French arid Ilizh Pt UeJsteaJs
Ho) rxnniiriatiiiand that rnd s'ini
and leveipt f-r 'unl due in< Jq.4g < iiidt-bttnl will "do hv MvXAl'iHT;! & OKMOXD. : see |proper (
vli" itittrep.ttj j ia f-fflj.. i tii-i.t iiiatruetHni \j4 affirdeil to ti-! -e xiliopatrn:izetheMhv would inform the MaIwugtnv 'Wardrobes.
are a Cavalry take due notiw, and thev will obliire l.sa i pitnnpt M.ttlouuur. Xt-wji-rt. D-e.4, } f>:, 4S ; TMTEulMMiber Respectfully Desks
( iT1JIt1y w: Ti'a! s-fe Mid vii-iuity. aie uijuiMeJui vith him. JAMES j. OL1\! KR.einbr I ",l. Apoluition; for almio-ion, will l :n.id-t
WIT? MI tL- C JUM IU-e UU tjtiid.iy! ; the iMh in D) 11, 1K.12.;: 49 4t A Great Bargain. W. S. Wilif.ird. Secretary aad Treasurer, Macon, -oitii.wit of READY MADE CLOTHIXG( 'Jcte-a-Tetes.

:aflt, i.t 13 iJKk.M.. )Itxi- &'iizi. or to the uudcriigneJ at Mat on.STEPHEX. f-r the I'.dl an I Winter trad.% o>n '.-i'ig: m jurt of J'In;in and Oval Back Sofas,
i JC SH'Iat the l-.w jiri'-e (.f 'J.r.itn. Sn oxrrl-! ELLIOTT Uri'iizc Hat SLCids. A.H. ic.
1.'ol ; l\leto.
Notice. C'oikO I '. .r-C 'at., Ir. ", Frock, Iluulhig.
1 d< sir.ibio >l nt.itiun. in'o Ndn .ta.tv. I la.. -ALO-
Florida Arch 1 ] e Bil.t p of the Vi.i>'e-i; t-f Giorgia.i ; and I .itln-r f.iu'-y rtv !I-- "f | i ine-n C<-.ts. P.u.ts of all
J Koyal Chapter.-Regular \ I.I. peri5 i5 Inlibtod t-i the f.tale of .\rcliiboldTx 'It.nfdIug ((4''is aTvituttfd iu-a th- ld Federal '; *.* 4> .. 1 Site' Carved lio-ewtH'il Parlor runiltur cori! Ht-
Ic2.; .Ill kU I \'e.-r, dn, to t1r wish H g-neral a--- .rtmuitf
tljii 1kLit thiir l.jil KOUM. ;
tt1i; at now o Bine. l iie ol 1 (JuJ-Jiii Cotn.tv, deiva.-fd, ureh.r I iv.ld. aliot.! iiiidvuy betvin-ii l Jney ;.ii.l T.illahae.. Under Shirts.jio jug of S-'f.i, Tete T -te-. () touaus. Chairs, Arm Chair

D-t.fl. J. It LLOYD.) ) SeiM.'tarv. ] bv unjuir-'d to make immednt'.t i :i\nn i.t tj t!.<- i On; tii:-. i.lace i# t-in.v fn.e ti-l/ueot: bin 1. and a i j Pamt.a, Trv nnn in. OIL .-- furni>hni'Z S.. g'lxlin t <:IudingS- S -iiit- ___ t ,,, ___. and S j\\iriL' Chair, irt lllu> S'lk Broc.it, iiJ.illI
*L. y l/t r '* T **-* ** v*
-- liii ]lei-ii.1, Exivulor; and all cieditot-, itgale-. nn-J i (I.) it, i is a .'eitit: and e<">n.f"rtab!.- .!.tv.i i l'ir: Iinii >, j I) aver I t I.pu iery, o'ct.. rvu I uu' miJfir.LLvd ba ,uperi 'r au.tbaai'Is! >nie 'vle.
1 NOW WIeZiiilit in J5 15- k.0O ,Lru-la. Ih.ru, 1u_ r Str.q .rtiiiu'iiit"
For Sale. li-tri'niti-ef. niid all other .-\\honisnoirhoM- no. : rly ii'-w, ut.1 1 all out 1 buiMIiy iielu-1iii BERRY t 110WL&L
uo-cswry :; .
| All "f
White Lead!, .ute extra X. 1. i ttiri-t,.( hiu ujC( D--.it riiiees.; I IVrfmi.ery, .1 c Ac.
i-ig: 4-luiiJiK or d'-niandi gmn,-t KaidLite.. are her.-blujuired \ j iI.r0 ( ibii: -the Litter entiivly n.-w. A'U'-hvd t.' Novemter 1Stii. -It
HOrSE J. P. Coles. f Ca-h
TilE at prevent occujv.cd by (I ru--li IV.tut \ariou.LunK: Dry and in OH, which will be suld at ruuarkuLIv 1 iw priei" >r
t'' >iee-uut the ame. duly ntht iii tatt-a. i ::1 r.-! *. i" a I'urei1..e Claii.s, tn.bnuini: :;u'> uervs of .--
Esq. ii o'Tured fir Kale on rcaiiaV( terms. App | li'.ack df. d,. ulu! ,. d<>. di>. I bv- W. T. MITChELL
> m Uito! &flt e. December 11, IvVl 4V tf within Ifjal time, or this notice v ill: I be j>l L'-l 1 in b.ir j pine lau I IJ5( cleat t-d ) a Lirc pulion 4.f whiui i i. nuFUiia. Red d'>. (it). do. do. do. i iYtllow November 20, lNV'. 4G Groceries, 6tc.

to their r'ec..very.. DANIEL) ; BUI1-! i;: | .- -ed by any jiuLmd iutLe (.uIIfltlV. There are ii.'. (hi). hO.' (IS,. L>. -- JUST ceiled by late arrival from SOTT York,
G.id-deiiCoDtc.; 11 1x.ut'r.I : upwanU) of ind acres of i clean-.l land mueh of it fr .!hand low
Groceries, & .C.X I lS.r,2. 4H St j : ]Blue da d' do. do. i]li. \ Travelling Trunks, sde! ,
btnii ; tlie itu.iti.u! aJf>inlf the fnest bjiiin arid 2 )arrcLt >"o. 1 Mackerel, 50 bcxe Cheese.
A txtoiiMre ftt-K-k of (Grocericb i.udiugMackerel. I Sale cf Lands. well Wilor, and theie i la iivt a heuttliier. place in the UmlxT and T 'Vt- crniiioti.'arni. Oils Bru-l.e
1t4., Sw-k j Carmine, !li-iko. <. V iuclu of extra fine
ht-fortineiit. many
(I'nited SMteF. Apply to IL K. HAUGIHOX.Notice. kitt Xo. 1 1 box ChociiL-ifc.
Noand 3, N Moii.i5the 17th of January next will IK- Diamond'' and other I Pni'itinj'' niaterial; rerixd W. T. MITChELL
: day j 1)eeiiiber. P' 4 qualit'iejuit by 2 i bb-! Xo. 2 P..' 1oxes Herrinsr-t.
Pale! OUird, American ioiJ Apple Brnna-, hold itt jiubh': aucti"ii m front of the) Cimrt Hnu-e 'i A few Iwrrrls of Fire lYoof, l Isur f-nle vrn- low to oveiuuber, 20, lNV.! 4B j Xo.2 10 { keg Uuckwlicat.
Jamaica aud X. E. Rum, (; in M mtieeH-, following dv-HTiln-d) L1I'l. )jt.bt- 1 rliw a owiMciinipPt LEWIS A AMES. j jXoeinUr 4 kittX.. 2 tt 5 kegs Butter.i,0vmIlH.r .
11'ilLtnd and lixise 1 .
to Pattiidge
j ing: : A LL pfr* iiii indublol t-> the eUfet Tlion.as \\ *a7.I'o I: XEW VI)ltK.-lhe fleW an'! fit i5IT 6, 1S..2.; 41 S. S. KXIGHT.
Wiue and CiJer Vivi.rr, i! on Cor.niy, d ceitx-d. H K1 Iii pnrN'ianee < ing Brig GOVERNOR Itt!! 'WX.w J."ulTrnn _
.1S llirrihte "f Ion d l ;
Couuty. S-.Jd. Butler and Sugar Crifk-in, Thoma J. Cliv- Jndgo of Profmt, f' the i
r have f the above
pjivment Mi despateh -r and Shoes.pIVKCalf .
rer. Boots
Med ke iinnu-'iate! jind
< < t Ix if. Crushed au'l i'a iwili-reJ >ugar, ff tli'f il % t-ai'l %'r -ett.! !l.i!- j 'annti->n immeL Y"T ti ti.{ ( tninou
d iaid.- .siiiit J will P' rt. freight or JtnsI. :pr-v ;
: diec.. Buckwheat, K.iMn? nad Pruuog, 'Hie W i ..f tin- N W i of S.v v'4 ; tJi > X E 1 ofI : s-os oiaU-, pt.nt tliei.i t.u fial! t< I Iv >n the A'ljr.i'tinc roi.] >iear: thi* pi1a!! M.-XAUilIT it ORMOXD. Dress Boots Water-proof and _?_ _

]Vj>jM r. Sjiu-v, Txhlf Suit uiui Suluiiitu<. I tJ;,* N 1'f t-- ":J. t.n.J the W i of tire isi.: .: | .. I the l. -l Uudt bv Jaw-IJJW'd;, w oj r>rl ih. ir tt I i .jt cib* ii* iviiuiiirua Tv-ifiiit.* ik. i4,.) in *rrrj j iur'l.> : port r !-', XoeiuU: 1'U. i ?.)2. 4 n I L1 Ii f-K Culf. Patent Lea'her, Mon-cw, an-l Cloth.

Tu aal trt-'tf.-e.: C.tu.ll.-s, S-ini; a>i 1 Mitrh Sec *''. in T S, of Ii j;, X and E.. rontairiiiiL' 2<',i :nrcI JohN J. RU\VL1S! .ImV. 1-u r.-'ui ioiitV. Th tractutitEI..u! nbu'it ih veil !fn- j t.4uI're4-4 Tire, and Oaiu-r Sh" -. t"ir.-thtT with R.>otft

M-rch, C.tdtixlt, J'otntoca, : jI.rw, LinLd nut miiiei'i- I'-s. Al- >! <'*.' tight titlf. an 1 isti.--t; ol I Ii i ij reoery.. M, d--l aud tl.nty: ( 11 > a rcx It L* R( r.t'.y itm5ne! S tluf Groceries 5cc. and .S'i..es for bovs.* The x-k leimug Urge will bS.M .
n.1N-r lf0'I"' ,
Train (ilL1.ie. j( *:aid diHiad 1'r.irn X -wlVrtTiriii: made! known l>v npj-hoa'iuit received i-er Sch'n>ncr Ytiiceem New Or- November hi5 4'Groceries.
TJ !
\\ Hla.-k and Red i i4ItJ L-nd, kno usistlfX W i'-rs-ciS.and: th-X llfofilu-4 Notice.iKinth JUST ,

( ZQJ (944 ( tnf. 4tt. j S i E j ol S.-c -3. in T :8, .f R 3, X aid I IL: c..it.iining, l l.riiiuuh.l Adminltra.1. t.. IIIVM' If. J AM1S! R. Tl'CKCR. ..,
after .Li.tin- -
cix nn S CASKS Clear Side Racoi
F-T tJe tli") lowest iiiJiLc-1 .ri'--s. bv 1Lnd l in Jeff Xuv. 22, 1P.12. tl.JCARM1CH2AL .
at all of iid l\t\a
; J als ratiix .f Jantl'rin tte
r and I Ailiiiia-: < 5 Ri.bd!
ivecu.w u, ihW. 4- iniR.t'nrsT.Groceries : j Couniy, but the t\\. l.i-t mtitinied tract's aro fii''jet I 1 will pu'M-nt
: t'i a M-irtgii: niH ,
ic.JTST B.itik .. th stk of- rfjare* therein.Ca I I DREDGING MACHINE. SalTa. .
to (H-ure uk fur a dichargtfroni Niid Admini-tratinn. '5 Inrrt-l- extra Family Flor.r, (:o. Cm.ran'. Starch. ulreratus. 1'epcr. Sic.

r<"vi\t-J per Sth (oner Cln"]>*lo,'" from New 1'tltii.ioi! li. Pureha.< txi tciv: : fur titles I' T1HIS.) IL UARXrHTE. Adtnr. 1' HIE 1! undersigned hielen app"iiitti! the Aetit- 25 .. Superfine Stuart's Svrup, &.K., te., for sale bvNovemlxrr

DAX1EL T. I.J.NGO, SARAH iii'RXK'iTr. AditLNathi.unn fur the: tt\ I.tt& of thit invit.tion. arul w..uut! re- 5 Apple-, 13. 1'52. 45 D. II AN LEY.

1) ea-K' Sidnnd Sh-iulJcr, SlK'riflT; and rs <>ffr'.o Admini>-iral 'r. Cowntv, D.reinH-r) 4. J' .rc.. 43 r.m: Oiinmcnd it to CoiitratiM>. CorniiitniiT. or inditi ft Oni.ins

4 Pl-iin Haui I I Jkecni"-i-, D5:!. 47 fttMulle S A Card.
_' uitkrizi.'II w IK) arc uboiit doing \voik of the lollow iiigdeecriptioni 10 IrMi Iiit.itrw
O1 1C1-1-Six weeks after date, the :
2 ticrcr"-. iked JJ cf, \i/ : 2 Moiwngahela Whiley Rrv. GREENE; is tha
tU'E Mullet. to the Jud of I'robatif.irthii'innty PIIF. J. S. respectfully >nnj
I, b-rn'ls Laid, I aj-j-ly ExtMi.-ne Dra'iiajre of Swamps, Marshes and Su 5 kegs Lan!, L
,,f l Leon. f-ir h-I tu-r admitii-tratiou oa estate of V. V. : 2i- Legs: hive just received a fw lot of PICKLED ; Plautati'iis.Jlitildiuir it) b.xSt.r Camiles 3
gir: Monday the l.'tL List. Lo will! a 3Ue School
1 141.iuf ad! count dc\!. opn
J" barnli SujiiTnW ]1o:2r. MULLET! put bp at M-uitee-----pneutM a- 1 Skrin J *-41. z'3 'v, T. J.B IlOr)30N.I I J"'V>- -' around P'arita*?ionc anti! Town". I I hog-b-ad elani! .-d Sucar, UH Bn-.-nent Riwm nf the CVnrt Ifki: '. :Mr. enSTiijT -

JnSurMilli: -," Extra Hvur, irr!/ ';' ror. They wer'- put up by a gentleman __.! O-i5i'| ,: Ch-u.iji: I Way and ruiwuiig liirs at the I ( ( ; *'* iitetru'-t ra.lii'ally. ti.ch m *U1 be committed

1 h"gahad cLnio S jjur, vti., i j,3 d-biroiw of c-dablishing a rl.utai.t fur cucfal Sale of Slaves at Auction. iu..iitl>- 4 f rivir an 1 l iilx-r'. 10 *a.-k* Rio C..ffe.: F'or sale ht.t 1.y to hii care, in all the branches nteejs.iry j mr College or

*.'>ti h ac Cheu.se, imckiig: JJid curing hi- Fi-h. I'or ale bv I of fiu.d Decree of UH Circuit Court of M.Uu; C.a.tl., tLi-uh ewani[ >, ir.arshy org tauJyth November 20, It52. 46 S. S. KXIGHT. M'Tcant; puruitMr.. ti. i a ga.l'iats ('fOC.ftLa!
:: ti.'ic- Rice, 1 MeXAUGHT A OI31OND.Ne'u1. Y virtue a ; t'niversitK in II haab.

f. iirkiiis Butter. IX-ccmU-r 4, 1&52. 4S I Mid-lie Florida, Mtms in (iiia--rv, 'liarle.liariuii in and li-r tile ) ) ? wi-ti r around whan'Cf ntid [mrs.CliiUKul Preserves, &.c. -5. nnt.- 'ii l.mg respectable iu the practice teaeLIn.!Europe.and Lpes by
CUUMwherein (
County of. Lon in a
2 burrcle Bi: : Homuianv, ; Kt-pug *) through lakes iud nvI hb utteution lii-
01)4 vjy -ilaity and U> pupils t'> give general
2 White Beans, Quincy Male &. Female Academy. j U Complainant, ktid Jwepli A. llrad-ti. iItitiiii'-t rat''r '- ,', a-euioriugiaft., or aiikeu l- i, tearing up nx-ts ofti 'TE, have received from New York a Iar eatl-faetory reference given
lU ti-f ]Hect.-r \\'. Rriol.-n, i i' Defendant, undeHirnwl, V went of Preserves.Jellies, Janis> BrauJy Fruits,
O. M i1a.ti4 .
j( i t-", tc.T'i if Tenn tal ia thi.
are ; place.
Jauuarv iuireiL as u
will Iwjrin on Monday, 'viii ell
xt' Mn Ac.
rPHE in 1 ; llceci cr and Master in naid caii", I Syrup,
2 boXCS leUj ; 1 4lh, lt>3 !. MiAMANDA.. <>. KNO Will at pubhi* Anrtion. at the Court 1lu'u- d-ior, in Tallaha J JFLL1TI'itie JAMS. : IS32 44
I icuu \ : .- iu charge of the Deportment. (bit M Hid.iy, the 3d buy M-om.( .ee. tl all the .
ong i-/ lone adapt( to es> Notice.
Mi JULIA! EXO. Mr. purjx nccesbary.I'n
For sale { !bi n-t.l by her bi.-trr, s cen the hours i.fIJ( and 12, A. W, for caih. the fou Blackberry, Blavkberry, lilackbt rrr,
by P.r.RH;: i ]vVLES.Iheetr1IkI thu.c who are building trrpiinng canals or
JAMES M. DOBV '.vill continue tn ztht in the Male N Monday, the 13th dmv of DeccrmVr next, in
low m named flavcM, \\t\ : Quinee, Quince, O
IL tlrain it will bv found of immense alue, as it will
vill be order of the lino. J. Baker
'I I Other tcrichua employed, ns I pursuance c ul au Wayle
5- 5 5 IK-jwrtniMit. Dick Jackwm. Tom, Joe Abram Henry E1hri.im 1t.eiberries, Grape. Raspberry,
the canal and at the time firm
1 fame an ciuUuikmcut -
School Th- two departments < Jud I ill offer for sale before the Court Houso
the require. '
HEIR & BUST the want, of May Dilly, Rachel, Judith, and Anno.HEXRY. l'tache'm. Crazbvrrv, Apple, e.
.' I : male and female, are kept 5o apartment .. 1. Rl'TOEHSDeffmtier or levte. \Vhmrtteberdcs, JktMT FKtIT. l'ICKLF; door Ja T.dlihasse: at public auction, to tbe highest
(-aU: th au. ntiini of thi frioH.I1 and This machine is used with 'ithi'-r horse orEteamjK
\ JOIL1 entirely separate and distinct; wvl are B-I arranged, 4. 1852. 4b 4t Receiver ami Mft4cr. Ginger, I'eaches, Gherkins, bidder. for casU the foltowiusr described tracts of land '
puV.ic "t.etv to the following! articles $ tliat each mnv Tcixe the Ix-nelit of the supervision wtr, which can be increased to any extent. :Leiiions I'Iums Ctik.iia be1olZinf to the cs-tate of W. W. Waddtl deceased.
and inany utLcu t w uunwr.ns to mtutiuu : and itntni'-li >n of tlw Principal ; but the greater p.ritiouofhist'me Notice. 1'heY ar DOw. iu itU'-t'eiiAfu! operation; in nil pHrti< ('lI Citron, Cbei rh-s. 3laogocs.I'luiiis toit : LoU No. Ii arid 16, in the South Half cf tht. -

D iv (iuous.;( I willb" thv-'tedto the male depart the country, and may be feen at Chark-otou S. C. County Quarter. L. M. WAIJDEL,

U.n.i.tHi? <,f j.LJuaud jlgure-1 Silk, plain and% nTJreJ -, Ilie Aa' has. for ten y.iirs past< been I, a admitiiftrntor of All -rt E. Taylor, thirty dive Navy Yard Pennsacohi. aud on the Caual bvtw ecu Strawberries, Gre-cu Gi.g, Ited Cabbage, Xovenilicr 6, 1632. Admiuistratrix.

Ljick Af: <4tca.vlaii: aij fire.J mitline, dci 1 ment. of iny its ijrmcijitd, and the (--th-, after the puli' -ation of this iK'tiewill apply to the ( alveston and San L 1.ine i auJ tWiiiifna I un Jt-r the charge: present Wavh-s Baker. .Tude.f the >fid'Jlor nppliciili'tn to J. S. Scd-r. our agent at Mobile.fir 1uRIL3 SL'i'RI Srziuri.s.I .
anJ L' ad.ed UIMMI, .x-iated vith him for th third : Honorable[ J.
..... Olie Liubu-ter
trarhcrs U"\ .
Tt.e i <-r aro !. tn .' iuf ,
Lijpci1irJ.E4. the Stdts of jtla and I Florida rmatiuu
1uia t'd Ilit..kI4hAek liii.'Ii. Hit of the instructor* Circuit Uourt oi i lon-in, ai ianana"e. n. i .mi- ) i ma a.tu I I
LLLck year. TSiis jwrmauniey on part of the raid the of the liiacliLje ivc.. lie obtaiueiL Capt-is, Saltnuun_ Green I'uai,
'M..re41 .SiIk luti1tu Lace .ell the following real estate the property eiii '
Csp' )
in which anhMd (
of the CKtimKti- tlwy S SarmInnMe.aruni ubscriher eil in New York 1
has and
4J niIJ5C" "f if a proof K. dwaR-.l tituate, lyiug, and bring (tlLliItT t Et'tl.) T pureha {
; all ize auJ kinds, 1ii1Lmiuk. Albert Taylor ,
and guaranj j|
and diwriminnting public, a I \Vjne .
K flitters Oh' Oil IJhj
int-1'.igont Florida and e Ei.t. Mu'tard, Philadelphia mi entire NEW STOCK of GOODS
of 1-1'J New York.
.JtOsb.t. and St-ite
iiuJ of Jefferson Broadway,
i'J.-ti-J iljslius Iiis'j! Lineiis in the County ,
14a of thcltabilily of th<- iiw-tit ution. I Extracts. Saiad4. (:ij.i-'I" i'aMe.IAr which will sell low for cash iu "II
t v very or cxchanga
SL-cLn l and described follow B twwit rnw'nps tif the above machine and of
uSaul PJUw known as -c a mahiue -
CW Linen Twecdn Ki-n- ha I| particularly *
of the Female > more
The Ijidv iu charge Department sale by BEII1tY & IIOWLF.s. fur Ctitt llidvs. and other Cncntrv Proiluce. *
kj Ja aid the Worked horse u.
Cjt iuKrrei on ame principl<% by ,
( of nil! coWi and power
qualities, bv her aMe management and the faithfal discharge AIr November '), 1& 4.3 His tor-k consist of Groceries Dry Goods Hard
;IIL aii'I. L/urcd Satin aal Jate >triug Ribb.usviih wfiired fur hnt-elf the clriracter of a tueifal I i The E i S W J, See. 10, T 2.! R !,. N and K eontaiiii.ig tn be etnploy Iii ditching draining and railroad excavatiug ,
and (liasswiirc. Shoes. Domestic
I u tmeiit duties mid nlso. Lot No. 19, fifty f-ctpriintiug cau bu steu bv appliugto ware. Crockery
of B.uuet 1
RibUnuaal I Artifu-uX -ightv arref
bud.reJ, II. (-... atid nctMii.plishwl teacher-an excellent disciplinarian ; and twenty fiuf.et onDogwood J. S SECOR. Dr. W. W. GAIQE, Surgeon Dentist, Goods, and a rinj assortment of Silk, Itlaines, and
S. aud L C. Ja.itIkeh-f, Silk u.tf-ru'MI i-trfet.
P.a& and ha* gained the reujK-ct audt.tiii, on of ESPECTFULLi" informs the citizen other D.eG.ioils, with most other articles needed
: of
: Hawdkerel.i.-f htn the town 27 Water st.. Mobile.C7 .
an 1 Cravat.., Cambrie etreet, in the oiiginal ]> P
Papor u-'t only of her pujiihi, but of the whole tsoiiimuiuty. _ of TulIahnHM-e and surrounding for Family fur Plnntatibn nv.Plcasf .
It.n, Vtijte thereoa Neveniber 1S52 47 IT
mid with the ,
: Blark! IMbud CaliwM-a. Flatualuud impr.-vements
Eeil&q. -. The "c.aUrt- of iijt.1 ruction is extcmive. Students Monticcllo, together L. TAY1ORA'hni'r. _ country that l LU' ofHre is now open for sail! and examine tht Goods and price before
Shc AiirwuSeotclj JOHN
4 St.-ip..d D.flIetiC::41iitirj PluiJ tinpi*, and Fi- may lx j>rej>!Ued sillier Jur the Sophomore l cht in elkge, or for entering upon the itudy of the their November 13,1652. 45ami
Ut(! ehet Li. U.v*, VToretf-d JI*..!' wi-1 Sa' kb fur1, s The bstituUou i is turui.-hed w illii I Coiintv. Dec.. 18.VJ. ** $OdMaster's \ LL ppt.on' interested l will take notice that four pntpinagc.JJsJ"
> d Dr.
dfldren. i learned profefeMous. : ( ftiee nest >or to Xasb, and tlu'rd door
trselte g (Quilt, TUe and PnuCJV.T*, mid ..4weckr.afte- this date I intend to apply to the ;
'ul aud Philosophic ular"c I
IAthe I i & f:ic Chcnii Apmratus| Sale. fiom the Pont Office aj Geutlem Hone of all d-v.-riptif.us. La- aud valuable collection of MiueraU, ujfirdiiigfaupcrior Juuii. D. \V'. (hV'IIiI, Judge of Probates Leon Coimtv. 2\ 1852.15 tf Clothing-

jw, GeuUc-iuciif, Muci and Glov of all oual- of the U. S. District Court, f order aid decree authoriring the sale of tin-
Boyn advantages to titudents in ,*aeuee, and wrvin" virtue of a decree <'r an % LARGE ortmrnt of Clothinp. consislinif 01

ALSO, greatlv t-i intere.nt, them iu their studies. Surveying B for the Northern litrict of Florida, made and following dcscribtd real txtnte lying in Leon County Administrator's Sale. 1 1. Drus> and Frock Coat, black and fancy l' nu.

A general avorUnent of I-aJica.G'-atlcuicns, B
an J Childrens ll U and Shoeu. tiJu bv u/'tual tneasurcincut and tljone) load of Reading complainant,and John W A rgvh'.t-u-viviug executor ol deceased, fc, wit: WILL be sold on the first Monday iu Janury next T. Jfimiii! -* A Co. and other good manufocturea.

ALSOUlies have accfc* ta well scUcted Library. Patrick Kcrr deceased, and others, are defendants, I Lots numbers 1 v> 32, in S. AV 4, Sec. B. T. 1. S.
MIDSW, aid Children* B ,uueU aud IIt! of The chvs tsiu Chcuiatry aud Natural Philosophy will offer for tale, on the first Mondny in Jainmrv E.; and alsoLois4,7. ?. Iu, 16.17.18,21, 25AR3 Quincy. the plantation \\hcreon the late John Smith by 1). MAXLEY.Xovemher .
I Dualities. in the of Tallahaivee. S. iS: 1 T. 1 R. 1 S. A W all t resided, situa.ed about three miles from the town of
admitted to the manipulation of the Ijab-iraU, next before the Court House d-ior. city : in lying near 13. 1652. 43
c -ALSO- are and allowed to experimeut for theiiibelres, under the die following described! land Belonging to the Citv of Tallaha .ee. And alitoS' lf acres of land Quincy containing about be\cu hundred acres ofI

4. A well asrl4-l \ aiiety of Saddle Bridles, Mar- direction of the U-n/ehcr. the estate of said Kerr, viz: more tir le's intliK/.V | of X. E i. St c. I 6. T. 1, S., I I' land. Also at the same time and place, about thirt Hats and Caps.

*r**'* Bridh-lsu, Stirrup, Girths.; Surcingles. CalfMl Quiucy has lung enjoyed the reputation of being a The W i of S W 4 of Sec. 3fi, in T 1. K fi, S and R. 1, W, with the wildings tlieremi. lying near Lake two slaves, consisting of men women, boys and girls. LAIinU and full awortntent of HATS from the
r Whips, MunKXHi SkiiiH, Coach Lace Ac ic Ac.AWO W hi T 2 II fl S and Bradford ELLEN A. BROCKEXBROUGII.Admiuihtratrix. The sale is made by the consent of all the parties interefled \
rcmarkuwy healthy place. The citizcus are disUuguished E. and the W | of N i of Sec 1 and the titles will be uuexcepliunabk. .tl.. finist Moleskin to the coarsest Wool; and Men's

for ineUigene( uud refiiiem./, und in j>ointofuwraU. E. Terms made knowu on day of Rah1.GEO. of sale. Roy's Cups of all qualities and price, which will I
made known the
: tylcndid airtimait of Hardware Cutlery AcJtoi HUTCIIISa.IuMtjT 47 on day
Nov. !
with other 27,1852.
tjii- will cjinjorc favorably any onumutiny. THOMAS R. SMITH, ) be sold very low by I). MAN LEY. !
iLl nurt .f r.i| ii.uiris miii Brnuf Ae& \ in C'Lauiwv- Aj

LtttcUk Hinges. Sciews, Plau.-t., BAt Add.to these considerations, the facilities for moral December 4, 1852. 4S it Piquancies
_Au1-< S ..keJiaFihjs, Rafjw Tiying Square and rcl'jrious instruction afforded by the several Churcli- .1 leceived per Schooner Ehnibeth, genuine Xovcmber, iO, I85. 4ft -- For Sale. -

Oil sw c"Set5. v/u"-u"*'rcucue*, Compu* Shtrc-p Shears, es nod Sabbath Schools, audit may lie wr. ly i.ffiriucd Sheriff's Sale. English Piccalilli, Worcestershire Sauee, Do.)

atwicfc, Iron aud Steel .Squares, Knives and Folk that no similar institution in the houth offers buj erior Kale Monday in January, 1853. Tomato CatMip. Kemp's Pickled Oytcrs, Da d,. Sal- Wanted.TO T OFFER for sale my Plantation,. lying on the Tho-

"-;. ''fWle: u"loi1Jia-* au<1 Slw1'nawi. to ctudent of either sex, for obtaining a (1Q3fl31 i. R'Hi..eJ (IlL, Currant Quince, and Apple.Irfliu.5 buy or lease a Plantation containing from 800 Jtnasville road, 14 milca North uf Tallalwssce.

E l'I4flt.I CurUia Iiu* aud Bunds, II'DL i uu..i.v
'. CueketojH, 1IiwbuiUs J'cllnu, AllVihi, \1cea )lxianliiig-hou<" for teachers and students bate bru 1 Ciet k' office of the Circuit Court for the County end Lemon*,Raspberry Syrup, Lemon Syrup Nov. 13,1602, 45 F. R. COTTON. are cleared. Few phices in the County ]X>MCS* supo.

inienaij J .Screw Pktes, togethec wilh every thing erected in a retired and healthy part of the to-vru. The of IA-OU. Middle Circuit of ri ,ii>ln. wLvrriu the Union Sarmparilla do. Lemon Sugar. nor ailvADtajjus in point of health advantageous position

biU4Uy kept in this lin<-. whole o-tablishment U under tlie charge of the Princi-' Bank of Florida, is plaintiff, mid Jolm J. Maxwell is Xov. 2*. GEO. W. SCOTT, CO. to raise stock, and fertility of eoiL A leu-?

-ALSO- paL Students boarding with him nuy. ut all )Itours, i defendant, I have levied UJKIII and will i'i.jxK>i' for sale Sale Sale Sale credit will be given, the purchase iiiouey buui well

uoawart Wi'low ware Stone, Crockery, and1AI.wkISe. have his direction amid aMiJtance iu their studies, aftd before the Court House (tutor Ill the city of Tallahassee TT J-Hata and (itts. Tuesday: the 28th of December I will sell on K-cured.

U, OvW, Ketth Sjiidern, Skilh-l*, are kept uudcr such wholesome rchtraint as is. nee- on Monday the 3d day of January next, withlu le- of Fashionable Moleskin OX Plantation, 14 miles North Tallahassee, at Persons willing to buy. would do well to apply toe
? ic tc. All of which \ull be soMcrv] hours the fallowing rtv. to wit : AT3UY: \ large assortment to tno iiUiu-
SIUT to secure Unit mental and moral culture for gd; .ruupt JIbivec Cassiuiere and Wool Hats of public outcry, VwiJbr a* a bargain will be given.
HEIR it RUST. iu the institution. Girls arenotallowe'd The N W i of Sec. K. T 1, j R": 1. S and E. Brush 250 j"bu hels of Corn. JOSEPH BIUSOILXovcmber

eTIAbr17, 1R52. 49 which thEY to are receive placed the attentions of gentlemen unless levied upon as the property of said defendant and new ami i sporting oliauca; Sea Otter, Plunh, Cloth j 20 stacks of Fodder, IS, 1852. 45 tf
Silk ivd Lawn Glazed Ca1' for men and boys, juat
-- S --- -*- -- to be bob tu satisfy said writ of lien facias. IS likely Mules, -
) very
of the or guardian und
by ; boy* M1TC4IELL.Xonanbef
S. request parent b W. T. .
Plows Plows required to remain tn their rooms at night? and are II. T. BLOCKER, re-e1v4 $ 46 4 yoke of Oxen, *. Notice.

k t J tsT received 50 S- W I''ow' 10 nl l0' ftrictly are prohibited from frequenting ouch places of a- By W N. SAUNDERS, D. S. 20, ISO!. RO killing Hogs, in fine order, A LL personv creditor. kg.dtes, ertkJ l t> dwtrrbi.tiouor S

lox0.. 2 do. 10 Jf0. i9 .. u, jia 10 niweinent, or of forming such associations, as will Deceniber4.JR52. 4 _5t S ( : 75 head of clock Hog, otherw v* ibU-mittnl in thcwtateof

u. 30 11 do. 20 tw hrv4 PIow of auperior[ nual- teud to omrupt their morals, aud draw off their alien Salt. Notice. SS head of Shoep. William EwvelU late of Joffertoo Comty- Flund,

IT. Plow Poiut aud Bm suitable for all Uw above lion from tl>ew itadies. Liverpool rpHB ilnderrigned laving engaged the services of 1 Tavlor'a (him. almost entirely new. deceased, are hereby noticed to exhibit their claku*

*Iz". ALSO The price uf board, including washing, Is f 10 per T lIE subscribers will offer for sale al pu' lic aticlion. _L R y. Mr. Brown aa Tutor lot hia children, is willing Abo. all the Plantation Utensils, including Wag- and demand* within tvu y.an from this datu to thundersl -

?: Com Khcllen*, ntouth-fuel and light extra. For farther p..rtiufar. ou MO5DAY, the Oth of Dceember next, ; to r vJv eight* of ten PUP"8 (male and female,) gone. Carts,
fi; Mraw Outlet, respecting board, rates of tuition, regulation*, tc, BOO from IllIm tft 15u wicks SALT, 111 flue onlor. Terma, to board in bin family, fof the terni of ten months, ] -All sums under ?50 cah ; all sums ovei r SODS imtttUod to the n ij deceased, are requested to

Crab CradlfB Sei.h.an4 Scyth* Sncntl catalozuc.. which may be obtained by Mpplication to caslL with the privilege of one month ftorage fro.MfXAUGHT comnitoenig Otftobvr: 1st. For further particular, ati-', *5O m a credit of twelve months, upon approved se S to tuako immediate payment to '

"ah t- hr IEIR 4 RUST. II. STKWAAT, -1Il !. & ORMOXD.Ncwpoit 1.k- I. GREEX CHAIRES. runty being crren. JOSEPH BRANCH. 1 ** WILLIAM E. BOSWE1L. AdroV.Jcfferbya .

(CCTnbu. i' December i, 1552. IS : No>.27, 15i2. 17 "w 'October 16, 1S5\ 41 '1 Noiember 13, 1S52. -ii 71 Ccunty, Xavcnibtr 6, IS CL'. 44 2iaViiuijRr


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'; 3 % SkrWcdrenlcncc Oi) ATTORNET AD COU2T8ELLOR AT LAW. TOWlfi- + A Law *Solicitor*it ChkBetry In Chancery. J. 3. HbUCHf OM'ft


rf WILL rrrti n tW Cccrt* rf Ibe 1 )Id4e air- I1.bePI I Snos Towu..
17. IMS. PT Rerirer a4 Svypl'**
1 1 FraoLSo GXI3. .4'tiiu. rf
cat[air1 Jjuckiun Kbd
I otcuere3..13t 4 if 1.cf.fly: call U attenooo 39 TT2E m We-t aad Jtn M. Smith. Ex rntor!' of Wi-
Gcl'J Ilistag Lcvtr* I'tara Gcolnua, tkte.-J. COVi'J'1dCflf. PEPSIN

HAS roomed the pneim: of MedicM b Qnec.'t NATHANIEL HAMLIN, .. Jt. D. rirt r*.

't r> petf iU<" *<&! n ,*
kwp< at Ol>qg:Steer eJ..P Jordan & Ox C.tln factor ari C.aais'u.i tlr"**'* Op"a Dial G COUXSELLOKS, AT LAW, S'n.I Stater. .Jeosaafd, Jane SettSlater. arJ P.Amrt

j t: ftnMI $< h' Oz.LW'. L&L G--i; 11LrTcr. AND / -fh*f*

.% }tORIDJ. IT ar-p' irfc *'> e Ks.trfctk* rf tb' O 3rt. ny

\ Bagging and Bale Rope.f'IFTK R
.1 9 : hU.ii Gzt fterc M. WIU.LtY1.DA'E. TILIin.: Lecr'. etrthtecf 1thriiii

H' pieow LJO?. Ejqtsirc, 1'rvt. !1tT Ard-1.-s. W. DOWNING :i'n of tbi, Otrt. !bct an th* Ua.t<>rf State-

fV ** .. t .. .. Or&rfd. Th-\l th .. i IVPai
} pe ( & i -&- ur-j. i .4..e Jfcrvtl It M tk'rtfote *
AT LAW Tbe Tr tfl1ve P144 4az*
I V MuGffr & ORMOND. (>LELIt&cJW.. ; AND COV5SELLOR Th.rri.- r 2.Zi1 Grrtn P.. r i.frr, }:x..u$4'. cf

; S, IMS. 43 G tn. J. Sc B X>*E. iLa&co Coanty.x Fr-e G-vi Chatalik; CJw Tailaha3ee, Florida. Sanrel 5> aer. decea. e
tk C.itvu; .& : :*, Qe'r.RL'IG. j PS at the S.aet. k'ax a4 ari'wr ibe BI of Ririn.r 1.diii .r ACHOK TEOXrth.4BALI
rH. ar/I Gold Ifxxsci :
Negro Goods. E< }, Tuouix ille, Ga. i S1. 10 tf th' 'wzth'n i.r ics'L* fom the ( V.31G. !k- T '%t al :t"=tst. ',j.IIOUGIITON.M. .

1 't5 :t aFr. 'f .L... L. ... .l .II 'will t. taie D Pvrtp.P.
; A ZA1.L tiy W rt ir* aaii F.b. V. trl Gr..r1 woi ti yp ;.. ,...!y wF4.ttJ? f445 IrICj.'llON. .
I ft (2e Wr Gr Vi do. 41 f I :Key'. GoM iin'e. G.-U DAVIS, /""" 4fl71t4 3Z$4t DT 1. Aid'tt itf rtJrr (?'>i''i That pt'jucattfw; cf&! COS!
t CPT *il plasa and Cr-J-cwJ: Lm ryv. Carter azid ( Ts.h C1 r. i AT LAW, "GLfcslied Talhhave PLAINT CO.N 5TIPATIOX. a.4 LABILITY. CI3r
JOHN B. GALBRA1TH I Ort t. iiadew v-one m
; i2 ; (;..-ra S'rpP. CX'. KkrM .&r jP: : rt1 ) D.ib Eved SUT T j up hm ai od* it Tallah ard will I -e -. f..r f--w pp n [.. ir fter Ni'tr'i i' by si',
AT LAW c.r.
ccjrri per BrtT J. G. An ier *-vi f V I T I IXeNAUGHT ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR Carl C ? *, Silver arJ ja the Court* cf the Middle Dulricl, < a CharabtTS TaIa.e g.1'!.? Gitrie hire.
; (; tavit-r har.i at ,
:,- J - Hilt ar. e( Pti'v.t. .
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p |. ; N4r9l-T. 9 4' i-.9 4B.iiLiT Albcss F5>r VJL.--*. T*a | .1. WAYL_ BAL: *.. Lzc, r d.lv., lire Pvwiid, if

--- Ur ard P Oc'.L. 2::. 4! 4:2
t.. I 'j Crockery. KER1 & CO., ihr Closer-. Tt Mat. 4. J. P. K. SAVAGE l PEPSIN u tb ehid G !

ti' !-* r: H oh *I* ar.i Ci-t>*. f< x*' V v aid Fcrwardiar trhantc. tyocchtici, coe FK-J tf--dtkJ -*rrT A.T tr. pc c.I Notice. Pyia-i.e 'f ? e CEIttid: Je-4h .leii: .j oA.ic.od. .
VFIXE CcinEiiMoa
i I : packa -. NAUG1iTOP. Gni Illal DC::*. ; i** L'I'IiU i yroc4.t !! ) I e Pwiqtnz.Pr"-g. a4.z'
t Vr f rti**. \ LL rp.L:.' '. T"a'. to t-r-; 'Ac a4 o.et-s. i ie'
; 4 1 ; xr :;.' OctLx 5, Uii. 4 i .V# 115 T.wj-ifrcz sn.vr.R .* xn -trustc-J to tLeir csje. it
1 to ih i9 tf A .-: !' .k'we :.:et'ii i' tL'r 'a' I 1rrn ft ,' 4't;.. (p ?'&21fiti.zv ,.
RHSPDTFrLLT ?lrer Ta'e. D* T ? Salt. >'!k ra2y. 1d fer : ; :- ..RT % .; ;,,.
K Uiratld SUvtT Cwp-. Finn. 1 1 bii-' erl t th*i I.;:;;' J a Ckte
Law ;
rr'rflotAD: *ci* L-rcrp : &- i or* t > c I: t .n t.-> I'i-it *?, thy 11 ikebe ,,
"A--- Urn Fra: "is--*!* ] lIfTtTii* "S.thhj *'w) ear* fr'-o ti .- iare. f> the LJ .-. CiM21.T.bd
4 t.t *. -L .vi \K.Tsakt J* inj salt, n f i>f ' ': k 0);. ifeN.sUGin i CON: PHODl'CE .r ilEF.CHAXDIailtoivisV.Jitrf r all t>heCcrs rf tie ilidile Cirra: of cr L.' ar.e : rttI ail aflr- ( y vf' PZera..
?:.4 Ti-i toTA7II1. CfDTpil.
rt1'reJv t 'I.
t.'i! t 5Bacon 4.J 'i> .-r Jpijr.AH I p ; .i.
< It.-TebI; J J
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,iFI; -- Flour, &..c.I c.i. rt K< .L- .rrrLtf* cf r !-. ttrktly tt' I*, -i-r I i -ErcIi-iCif: : JOHN BZAP.D. t J'i:1fl.i Adr. ; !.! Stc-r! 1' '4-- !. (, .
oi rJ T. W. BP.EVAKD
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? i < !v i&. nr. Ts.V." Oir.Irrv.! j-TY. Ce.zNrv.ir 1--. l--2 4C 2=: r '?ie.ei''i'z 'z.'J"t bEi LITY.E'4ACT.1Tft52'cfl
i I VT1 ai rude c" lr-r. r** f COTTON. 2. 1'.I. 4 tf :
> r-trt >r_ - lit I i iL ii iy I 4;? t3 e ) .TOBACCO.NAVAL TORE i< ..VESTERNPKODUCE. : Notice. ------ -- -

ik > 'r. L.r-t s= *f. A 1irz1'id.r. ca. ; : &. O'BRIEN. -CMTiON'd to L* ca "e Pttet( th,.

; i' 'ti NOr.. *'>. a-rl fSA> fc r Ar-: .: f T strrscc tt *.'.-* >--fct rate F.-trt Vi.le'VK.r.! < B. and Counsellors at Lax t LL pcT. tet -. rr'.tt.r': kza e's.:4: ...bi !TT. T1 ci-Jt E-'cr trca .Litn it
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:..NAUGHT i ORONDp y f Cv3T.4. ATTU-: 14 ll. J.i C-n : b *.e or cth:Tiar: !
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; v. : S--a1.'. ,. t1.t.TiU I zbtt th..ir ;CJILVTIFZC E rThE.VCF
JOHN: FJBE003LE fc ROBERT HEIR i iHAM.MT rT*. | If On.tBV. 'I h.re1y: .a.

T.imirni Pai-tr. k-A-fi the Wa.-e.:1.i: i-'yi t. *v : czr:: Lndhurst AU rat.-. OTc at N nas.e. T.cLIn tvo y&ar. f-r'ai tLi cV: to ts oitr- B'RON LIE3IGs; iwcfrltt'i'fc: !: e.aa

.e.1 rr.vrv: rtr-: .' d4:4_ &ai in tii. City 'oor=p>1ther.t.cny ; rfIt.t': S. S tti. .1'. L.e Taoia -it'r! "Jvi- e riL. u. ti.rrJLV* a..i pryr. riaj Ck*=i.ln. "An Ar fr1*' D r

i: _I ?rr.. : .air! r Al->.aW.tthv fe=e c.i Mr. C A Nakr.r< rr-j
,,' t A'.. to rr-. r :-') i'i.-* mtf'! l:*>vrc f ;jo: Lt:-" %:Z: !# I s M. -" "'" ; ,:.,.rC1 i frr.te :
'f ,
*: l >NAUGUTiJ L : : .- } 'r. r. Wrt:: :. ?rl rLV**'"!- DANIEL T LINVO.htriJar .t:. cj t t Calf i ,i=. rica mu' 4rt

.; :: ; t 4I rn all C. : i.. (.?l-.j ,7 t. I "-J T'-AT tl> A > '-i fliSURACE COMPANY, S r. A'Xrjfttf'j '-zi, '' 'e J4iff3sf,'1 cai'Ljitin
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Ma i jjr. C -r: I! -.-'. v> ,
L r* Pure Old Scotch. rrtr Al-j, t., t:: ad to the ?Anj lz .l tLisz c: i __ ) G';. Si4 k*. a-.l t'c'ton in U'are-hor t %1.4'I;, "
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V< i t -' I i:. i* :: ;... tf 4 J T" f*x O > i "-rti- : /-ry-It. 'h* I"j5 *.- }' LEWIS .t AMF.5, j GAD-DEN cmcrr: COURT.Atticinrr. .. ? -atf,..
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4 OliMONI .
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t: ? 'rtf i P. '. Chemicals &.c.
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d-trf at tLon n tk*, aid! Potatoes Potatoes !
Bagging *cc. arid a *ortf rc'-charjc, aL'i kn.iw ti'e.r.J..v well 1 Jer-c. ?ttv. C ct 2. ISif. 59 6n1
; f-T Gttis thankfully *: { Oils, White Lead, &.c. b eKelfectcr
*lj n machimry vcrk foj. rly. I Live 'c&'L FINE 1* of Fae'ja4 received
.t: 1 (1fl1 YARDS GUNNY BAGGING, J t'i. He will tvlittr th l f W-nco-w GIa .. aiorted iizc' Notice. A sale J
i--r -ral GiiA. but tla u the Ut I cver l.fjjbt 'cMV 1 BOXES tr aDd a rzre bmiv J.x *' by

f ['JJv v- Kmtcckr at wtrV. If I xi3d I Lave believed that Ta\W cia.T i persons _
', cfl4 cf the lir Lumber .
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J J.l )have 4., LitI! O3
.., Factory co r*> fth trrTk. I would lure ord : rr ..:jbctxxi.. or dtherrie ttfere Ted in tb-e etae <>f &C.
eaki P'icier
i 2 -'-e J a fiixr (Jin, bet I ars critteni4 i Triih this *>1 Lar-IOil! At!
1tt p 1 tierce Ale, wlI order aac-ther next Fall 1.CYI.3IJL, fir mv ph! cc in llr -pr.vf PaLnt. (bills aDd j Us.) 'aei are Lrey n'ti5td to exhTlit their dales aDd J \ GO?Df"T "* BrKV5OcuSrrrs ar-i <**ttJx

1 2'I)5acki.ftA }1n4I.%. Y'/orf. tc. A. \"ANN. K t.ne.ilaJe Oil, t ddn.iDds 'within two year* TT- this da:#, to the en I arucle: fx Plaoiacxc is e, wboch wij bf "t-M atlow
4 b&rre' Cru4irI l Sccar Thi U to ccrtifr that I '
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Jc.yrn L. Prrrof. Tram Oil 1 til Varciih. NANLEt.I
Clan -' Eq"TaUaLs.v c. awl Ccpal | IiT>e l cr th* fasce-isUbe -redaDdj rI.rc.e, rv*? br D.
2 tatixi in Le
Lhdi. Brvwn tTb.: *tsTC (jjfl" are f. r sale ueit door to tLc La.L& l !; Tarrntb: an harrel* ao-1 at retaiL A gt- indrbtrtl V., the aii d.eat are re p* Te-l t., naieimjrh
2 f ixtr each.
r> .aw. !
Sentinel Office, Tallaha* bv of Cvlors, Erjsh*. and t
,' t.r For wle cheap 18, 1W2.by S.tl S. KNIGHT.Kepteinber JOSEPH L PUTTON, A-ent. them Palmyra eq.i, with to any whkh Gins I t t AMES.tf : Jrfftri payment.nty, O. 2. I2. PROTECTION INSURANCE' COMPANY,

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: i Wanted. Now Opening r>lant T. in Siuth-\ -: [ Wines, Syrups, &c. Notice.SIX I Capital Stock. $300.000.

- : % THOUSAND DRY IpDES. fc irhnrh the War o ii a. Socthern rt, Claret mocth* after cbte I shall pr* ect toy a-us I PIlE .e-w'l. Ar=t cf ti* aV-re CcJL = .-* ?.
T the well known tawl txro rlv
A )' f bigi>e t pncn will be paid iu cah m<-rrhandue. A CLARK A STILLMAN General rnpi and Select bv raktt, UK! has t>u Od P rt Jcicc.SparkDrs vrcchers to the Hun. Jod re cf Pn4&te f>c | j b :TTearei to taie rii? Vai I Fa* eor. tcil'1n

4 ( S. S. KNIGHT. a Cider, JefferwTc Gxaity. a* Admuii'tn.Uic of Jctn M.Bnxii, 3 3deceased. I *L1. tbe ct-c-.tt.. t rct atr'
tc' if late of.ai aod aik a. FLAGG. A jatL
p September 18. 1'52. 37 tf -. Scutch Ale CIcy. for a &charg i
Fall and Winter *
Clothing. ', Brandy Cherries frt n said Adrninistnttico. { i.tahiC&r 3.. I31. 4
Shirts Fancy Goods, CWh*, Ca '.irmrej'fttiitgn, Hn.iei-r, This i to certify tku SarIiLes jooJit'A 1AVLOR, Sr, AdaV.Je5erco .

Fine S wod an-1 Pegged: U utA. Slippery Ac.; which ti'n in tlas Ck uity, Syrup" FIVIh Lotrter, Coanty. At rst7. ISii. SI 6a } XEHCAX: MUSTANG U5TJCE5Tal

THAT I:, well mwJe, of all qnalitW.L f 'white the cDbxribf-r U ready and anxi<>u, to ttll .
MM! Uory eol *"i, torn, of wkieb arc extra fine, BK*t teajxjuable tnn, fur Qthr it* eiajeit. Gica made in Sa.lnw. Notice. 1 D to"WWesale

h I V ud'wiIlfittoaT" JMrv d&n.I.a1evert" The Utrk of Cbitkiu ooo uU in nan of IK*any fictllt-d by any. I Enii'2i3lw'tar& SIX month* after dite, I shall present my aect'cns ycv pfrt-- i price by ajx&ariaa

krr by \V. T. MITCHELL Black: and GJore-l Drew and Froci Ctai, meii-'ing tlxm to Prwrrcl Quince.
April 24. 1&2. 16 ESack, Blue, Groea, Brown and Mixed Froclc, They ue rv, .. < .lo.! PTamariads Leon County, as Administrator of WilLamdecea.d Rxt. Marc98.t. tfiRTarlcr.

t Sack and Fancy Ctiata, southern man ; & nali> GClatzt liie of said Cocuty, aDd ask tor a di.zharga.fron .
: Lamp Chimneys Dt, b1k ..aid DO'fl (..PVeC't.8.i,1tTh1 said Adn3ztratkL1AD ;
: Fatr-ctA, }1
TTICKS.. Camphioe, Burning HuiJ. Sjiirita TurpctitJDe } IlaJd and Black and Silk aod Black Satin Ve t*, Palrcyra. Lee C' ;viler t, Pk-VIe, ROBERTS. Adai'r. ? J. Attaduaeat fc* f31 W.IK .
Black: Cafoimcre
Grey, Faucy Pauu-
:. I > AK hoL For sale br Salad OH, July l. lS2. 28 m RRathwK J

P J. P. JORDAN A Co. THE Caper*. deiendaat Va1 all c(bcr perscos atJ.
?' Thite, Fancy Silk and iIamU Vets, and va- NoticeSIX : oft
Quinry.JcaelO, 185!. 24 tf Sauce, a beteb iiieI ot the
articles too
other mcntPn.
noDs cvnerous to COD be beLl
4 Notice. Noremfce 8 II. 44 tf USEFUL in the c\> | 1652. 22 tf my aunts aDd ruueben U> she Hoa at Tallaaa e ( i the *ec'i 3faachy: in Ftlrcary, A.

I oTx weeks after date, the onJera oed v3I apply Judge of Prr b for GaiUka Ootmty v Amkutntjrof IX 1& aDd ti' appetr and pic*i t' the #*ta-

1 '. ItebeHonoraUc Judge (Probate in and tar Boots and Shoes aud all di>eai>e of the Garden Seeds. Richard Carooehaa. late cf 'hrettc,. S. C, Given w5r my haad aod semi, this ed day rf >

I Lceo Oontr. for Letter of AdoaiDtftratiaa oo the es.t. ol this: valuable i abbmce.Beet At.just deoea d. and ask fcr a dweham from said AdministratHO. Tee3ber.A.D' 1.
t. 5 Ute ofEbjah Wal>. r, laU of aaid County, deceased.w. A GOOD awurunent of ail qtalhit*. which will be warranted pore. ud of ; *i.ca. Turnip. LEWIS ALES. JAMES K 'BETtNER. A P'NAT.D CA3ZT.RO.Nwcag'.c .

+ 11) E. WALKER. old at low price b/ D. MANLEY. For 5 U by < tf ktober9l5. 4>3 6i 6. 1S5J. 4i Son JuXk cf tJaE Fc.

k i October V):, IE&1 U etn November 1?. 1(51 id MayV,15iO. 18.

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