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: January 24, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
notis - AKP8648
lccn - sn 83016259
System ID: UF00079928:00153
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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cpnt that 1 : I could l t unt* l.avo anivod liorc i iime I .leluiled account of my ctiir.-e in nlalion t only proposed to prohibit sl.ivoiy in the Tei rritoii.tl ( ommittee, it became mv duty t ;-;':- he the v >te of thfi! e who gave the instrnc -

iearksfi J'e1arin ilv ( OI7lf( tooti lor liie lull! and tlint I inteuae; .lie fugitive law. I have no comm-nts t I nto.ies wdile they rem-ti.ied '1 e. Iliac Iniilso prepare and submit bonie plan ot adjustrnenllaily ion and not my OWl Under 11.12 pro.

*" : ? be admire Aniii.ioi! to exj.laihe nake m on if. I submit the fiN, and le.ihe \ went fu titer, and proposed to inseit : in Deeemlicr, \ii hin the i\\ st tuothieo n test I reroMled a voto tor t'.is and one Or two

**i tflifrrv/ ono/ Imex.' raiiM'j! of my :ilicnc ; in, rej-ly! to vhiiny Se-i.-ite and country to draw their owom ipi.I.ition in the t eatv with a (torei n powtlledging weeks ol the sesion, I wrote' and I i Ibere other amendments embracing the *ame pjin*.

4.11 ? (,,,?.* ,I u'rHfiLg< n.e Sevae, TeicsJa1iI. ct llea:, Me stifiiiostcd! that sui \li an oxtlin; : lusi
'nr# dei4 f' iitu Mould: lie riitirtlv iniuofos3.-irv: fo.: tiea or the I fir-t lime.1 Thoy a-o contained: i ilio L hoJd never exit tat tho! country atqnirMcither ii find approval), two J'ilI-ote, for the adrniB'r them and gave notice that I shoubl not ho\! | -

J1tP- .oM, that: i \\as \\ 11 Kuo\vu t** the .Venalmd ; p.impl.h t copy of the Chicago "peocl} x\lile it lem.iined; in the condition i a a >n of Cali ornin into tho 1'ni 'n, and th myself rcsponsblo; for U.etn. Trnmedhtclv! rn

iwident: l Ii> i"nl my infill wn to 2 i ifl the foiintry that 1 \vis* in favor of t!. Ahiih I In Id in my* hand* and which, I n 1'it itist it's, or alter it should} have been ai.u'tted ther containing three distinct fiifnsijren: firS; lilY return home to my constituents and in

?T. Iii inite diMMi'sionoflhe) rnrau 11, and for t1! efiitler reason that in : II pn.li: Kt, was hid on the} table of every seiiatfmd ) into t'.ie Union as States on an eqnio ; Torthe establishment of n ter. it'n itI govern Lat same Chicago speech to wfich I hive

"" the ( onijirniiti.*, no. of the riviIci *lility the t ill \voidd undergo .IMO inn- tad i# pr sentalive more than; a year ajjrmd ci fig xvith the original states. 1 demnincd inent for Utah ; seeond, for the estalli4i r ferred, I renewed my protest against those

" *II n*?,,,,,-J liy '!> Hiwt-ir from Mis IMJ iti'iit i I'I the il I(*iise of Itcjsre 'iitative?, \\l.ic) fi ty t thousand esj j it-s wcrj dist. iL'Ut&I benatois this proviso as being nnwi-e, impropeimd m'"it! of a ter ito i 1 jovernm-nt for Ne\: isatss, 811(1 ropeafeil th! o notice to that excitrd :

'*!* m W.) At ihe !"wp "f tllt J" yould t oqni.v: it to I lie icturned to the Seniti and iero-eiit.itive.- eveiv | etn.if 1 'a iinooti-tiutiond, ; I never voted for i iicid Mexico; and. third, for the SK-tll-mont ofth mil hifu-iaNd meeting that they were thfir!

1 4. 1r. 'bi li adopted tll0sc BH'nwJro*. nTnrtei'trt ( (i-uinjeo: \\h-u 1 \v1aUII have .in o| the Ti.i.in. I may ;,!*<> be ponnitted! Ia p-illic-ly deelaiod that I never wotil, Texas biiuntla' v. These bills 1 remained iu rotes and not none. I will detain the '*enato

; "ilko, an''t'>r *** *'* U1M1 llj uiitiiuity not only, o Fpo.iking lint of \ ( tjni'l : It Iii llmt I so far as my l.nowleiljje! or I bolu! > ote for it, even under the pre--n-e of in.Unctions lore the.Coaiinaittee on Territories, from thnonth i moment while I renI l a p-isage from that

1 '%' fluHl-H.. in the lifHf ofCong.-oSF.. the hill. 1 t(1I1It&.t4 (I in tl.i* *igg''ti,! .t C'IaI N, this wa* the liut 1L&1 a1isl.tit Fpeoevr The \\ ilmot proviso b. ing, tliuispo of December! until the 25th of .Marcl( 'peech. Speaking of the teriitorial bill?, I

' r i nil|| (IK'"" 1 I'1 l't.ttiti' fli"U *"'"' *if uy c 'llepiie: Mid for that t U'rifon: ,itde: i iXi.in.tiou .\ niaay :

,1'd, v7.rhIt *''tW. and m>t *" I lacc- c > ] : at t at ti.ite. A few daxs afieaixls :; 1 tiiiid (bo Cl.it-ago nuvling wa it o havii'g lu-eii ac mi ed without: aioi'iiition nittee to rer-oit t'ioni. On that day I report These moasnre ? are predicated on thereat

''"*' urbl- ,,II i this deb.-.te% : ceitah; \ a- you wtlI hnow. (Mr. Shit Id.- 1'jt : lit fi : t j j.iUii- assen.U-tgo in any fie Stat ; or siijii 1.iliou i I in respect; to slavervtlutiiwMion jd thosbilN, e c member of the counffe1 ; fundamental pri ciple that every people '

). he" ) t tlit iit.1.it( Ii the rlnir.) and ns iiiat\y; other 4flalritty hat* d It ti.tmiiud 1 to j-upj ..it t ai.d a-ti-t.i'a; it.U .- ?vm.s* to xvhat ki-ul often .'Mr n
with 'v ront!* whirb inqui.'e in rerolh-rt. I wts t kejj ill, and rendetencujallc < I i'1. otho I re.-ietion commenced., Therfb (iri.il governments shoi.ld bo ('-ta: Idi.Iat U> .hem, hUjiidfruient disapproved of, a'ul 1 bei'ij : th ir own internal concerns and

'* ", rt.iI.l,1|, : :.inK! i 19 dump t J r or Ifl.Uig i ii: t :e Se-: to hut a foiimes Hiu :nd treason received tlieir! firt hose i: aitnt:jg. A di.niH-lic: I atflu-tion i stud '154. onlv membei* MIO \\i.s ro-poiiHltl" f for :\\ !Itlei.tIC in- tttiti'n.t in ihoir own way. It

xvhal iti detail ti Hj! the residue of the I l.eek the, fanatical I tad ie\oluioi '..IIt! ti detain 15(1 isions of those bills. Titos bill that fill.iwritiensvho
.1.d] t4i I n IT sumo ( lug FFV] m. a a : t-jiiit j waebtiked 'only ( n.e (from the eaj.itui. and prov two -v.u supposed those of our

'" 8I xutcP.' fjwches, and poner; vas comiuwl to my 1 ted (oseveralek' and tho sup emacy o the constiiii c' I n.o M'veral vvoik.On mv return 1 foiia.. iveie) on my ui'' ti-in, ordered to beriitot{ emijrated ttj the shores of the Pacific

"*.' ru.iu.-t, t a-tit uill tie a tI'ilMdt.4I xte*.;lin i lioyond I the} adjouinmont, la\iu: inn and laws asserted,: and mai tabled.: :tending I before the St-into I the moaMiie kiowiIN itsd laid <'n the tablf I eac'i' member fti i id to our 01 h T Territoiies wore as capable

| |t "f 'L' itl-lll?! Oil *">' I1511"** 'but Iii ttii < :! n-ndo'ed a t-.ijq t. l.y a ugi ial OJUT; lim no credit t for the pn.t I ae ttI. I di... the I layton bill. It p.ovi: ions xvere noUIM tail! llou-ea of Cong ess. These print >f self g..vermnent as their n ighbors and

iII. 4.1t i ujmn) me by ( lbers U yin ion on on. !lip. N, },( MI nslua I :ttlt! > t tM ti *10 moe; than mv* du'y' as a citi/.en and ienaT. as I would bavc pmpn-ed as chairmai ills having laid tan yt.Iar t.ible about fou ii.idred whom tuoy left I behind i I them ; and

; :: aitI ChTZCt4.ThPt.)4Ir roinor i1, 1 was t-i1 -u home; under a t'ec e'i' a < 1 ( I him to juve iltme my duty ; aiior < .1 the Territorial ( ommittee I had J been pies weeks the -Senate, on motion of Mr.I Footeippointed here was no reason to believe! t'nt they h'voost

lily frolfl 1'ei; ( .tr. IIo'ctnn.) ii nd kii.d attctktion of i ne o1"mv (rolloainies the l that! I was entM d to exvmptii.n: f from thopeate.1 nt. '1 tt it had thelijh I merit ofh.ivjnj.eon ; a committee of tl.i teen, with tin any ol their mU licence or pat ioti-m by

Of ittMivc1i, tius1' k occasion 11.us'1 I of Uep-e oi.tati\e;: lhorvl.orHi cl.aiges by I the e>Jt (1.iI organ
'vtIrbe( tV oal) senator now ti"liimg i my ro. te I fou-id* t'io! : moM l oVteriHi anitiont t adinii.i. ation* and othei p.irli' >un pa jut- coiniiiittce( rat f Use -nost ei'ihcnt, ;o lievt-d that a'terinival

'''IIB ili, t14't i, v131! jtL'1< t.r nil th I. te.t3tU (1 (*1 *' lien: ii\e: l.av ; In af havi.ig doilged the qu.-sti n. 1 nevei li-ti .guMicd! members of the! Senate, fai( bprcMntinv printed bills, joined them together MI. I Ii in tIe country, when! they had become

., t ,;,- of iMiu'.pi! )t"i*. JUt I ? *'* "' Ib\% !tlt'.Q \vistle ex il.-ir.et* so fioicc atit'nific i.'(!ge a question. I never shink: from anesjotitibility !;1 II| iu| liilFereiit sections and irleiests 1 wafer, and rej/o ted them to the Senate: ane < umliarwith its topoginphyclimate, producloiw -

,"iU. I V.\: v 143 tW c ntraiy. but; th n' at I liiearnhere I had rocer.ilakeii ; wl.ich my poMtioii and dut]' of the liii.n. 'J 1 |,is tact alioid.-d tea bill! -\vhich is well known to the conny and resources, and had comucted thtir

, .tgM.* drawn: fn a tUt remailt ami thrtnit up my rpvj letire. 'I 1 h-re tin- press :tnt tustly ik\.l\o upon me. J nexer hesitate! : t' .on fo the hope that the bill mi-ht rectivi as the omnibus bill" I ll I any jjoutloin -. lesti'iywiih j if, they were fully as comrK?.

tI e id.* c..nv-yeil ty it, d'i great i.iju. ,mljit ha-1! jniiieil in the \voik of mt-iepre.-ei live an utipoj.ul.irou: ', or to mi'et: an intli ; ::'ie sanction ot both hou-es of Congress, ant has the curiosity to investigate this m.iter. ent to judge for themselves what kind of

. me, an. |*> aj;* : U1Itr .tU.ti.r- :nti'in and iler.und.tion.: A sj.iiit of dteidu iant eonniiiit.ity! : wneti I Know I am li l.t.ly .- Feats put a'i end to the contro er.-y. li.de: In- ran \\alk t. the Serretar\'s table a"tI i iws and institi.tions( wore bet sdijtedto: ;

voted T tn *ir, for all the 1 immures but i.e; i iIfliidf.M.ilie : l ns s-tanco luid IK-OII 5n-itei!, and wrn: > j'ohiied opponenis in my own statiavo lie j inil.ii-nce' of thoM- et,tu.i.tea ntl MIS. t.o! bieceived I nejM-ct the! origin ii oninibii" bill. !Jo \\ iliind lit ir condition and iaterets: as we w -ie, who!

t.' f .1 i" r.gard t4' t'at om. tj<;i d to pen-ado' the h ,l. eoinmnuitv* 'I'lotimion i never made such a rl.aige; :tgainM: nhnd my cordi.il fiij.poit a, and p-i-sed tIit! < tint it can>its of tVts p in ed b'.lh vith!: I xer saw the' e. unt-y and knew very hitt1

I ; It ( QII t'ltlitSi'iKite: before tbditiiicily roiiueil of tie eity, in its oIH/i.il eninrity 1 teti l that upon tins point* I can a; JKTIo u-ii.to by an overwlulmi majority, bn \\aer bttween them, anal a black! line b.at iL '1'.. question their c mpe'e icy to a

u. ftiSt4, 1i'l t th1d' it ): .- : had pasM-d csolui! : n denc meiu thiiflitive the Senateiili | erfni ta.ity lor a unai.i ,vas p-omptly rejected in the I Hon.se of 15ejeont.ilives. Irawn through the words Mr. I.ougIn. 0 this was to d'-ny their capacity fo-"s If

:' d'Iits; b&9I pi ic!:.imotl tn thfMt !li\e: lu\v as \iidatioii of the taw a noii-\eidict in my favor.Mr. :. 'J he coi.troxvrsy bi i ig ro-oper-. -(till the Committoe on Tenitoiies," nasal i overnment. If t1ithave_ the rei.ui it.i i t I 14once 1-

1' V si;!"", iJmt I i'tI. bave voted Cot fod andtiio; constitution of the I l'i iled Mates : t I'lo-itbnt, wl.ile I nm engaged! iti thvoik d xvitli! inc esced xi j donee, and my po>.itioi, ion of them are inserted these tlier Mords, : and honesty to be cut u ltd with t.o

u.ti- itiu11 I t .o J I.iV', it i uU have cnliie allmi cjv.n the p lire; of the; eity to tiNn of. solf-di-feiiee, I will refei t to one otl t I the head of tlie 'I t rrito i-d t ommittee re 'Mr. ( lay, from (the Committee of Tl-i ictment of I iws for the goe n ;ae, t of

t ''p.9.gt4 t..ti (jiH( UI'L tiitt I 'v: uiIlu :t (1 1 it, and tiie eiti ens- not to b'\1 it. 'I 1 !h r p nat. I have recently seen it Stated iie pii' i lag me to take the i'.ilintive: i.i) some pl-n on," repo ted the! follow 5g bill. Th- I..bite men, I know of ro reason why they

tu be the.r 1t ( t fltft.st' t1 Cabli.' oit Light a m-H-ti .g 01 2,000)(; ) jieople; itS.ilaitMi \. -ial |-aerthat| at .some time, and 01ome a 1 fai. and jut settleiiunt, I brought foixv.tnny 'nmi'tef. had al-o tiaateoiaua slight! anti; '!u uU not be competent to I-gMate fir the

vote. I say 't di'tjHItV kII( VII, Ii ; aiid ii that me< tin r. i.i. the mitl-t Oret-i.'tt. I b. d| been tho advocate ai.Uj.poiter oiigiii-l | iojosirio-i; to extend, the >.i.itntri mp.irati.--lvii'ii-iijio; tn.t a.nen line its.noar- egO I H I they are sufhYu-utlv e-lightened
:cause 11 I ; : r > <.-1.4n-ii i iimp' i t (tehit. p1 Iw it. tfl.ei.t .ilir apjlti' I s-, it vas dte mine! tat.Ilit- \\ibiiot! I'mviao. Tl.i (( ompromie to the 1'acific in tho sainense > all of waich: ; were disagreed. to y the Senlo. 1 make 1 tvs for the p-otection o: life, liberIT -

-'' :' of tli.it act; Wausf evvryii'i f'1treu I ii driy; death, the dungeon, :uid !h.' yrave, ha-ge, upon iitvestigaiion, will bo t found Jite and with the same undeiM.inding s.'. itt! The Co miltee ot.i hirteeti, therefore I nml property, 4)'' ni'iraU and e 'o -ationdfteiniie -

MUt'i! l ll eiimi..r Itiitwr '.tho ( ItJ U! 'esMance to the 4Xe( Z1tL.tt of the fr.v. at; imji .t and! unfounded as that in re:1r vl.ie'i it was o i iaally: I adopted. This prop !lid not Otiifiate or write any mea :r. :) the relation ofliu baud and wife

,,.wti : i..U1'." 1 va 1.juflv i talked i.ito the miing.. and from the staiv 0 the i ugitive Law.I I In order to jut tn! -i-i-ni met the approbatit, aif tla- ..Mnal.mlpas "int li-ied j i. th? OMitiil.i4*. 'I hey avail.iemelos .-.: t f parent anti child! -, am m t aware th.t it

:: ..ti-1 Ltt uuse wlu-n I rttiIzlt.( !;:m nuiice thai on) UK tw\t i-ig'-'t I \v
ifl4 bnr iVfl CsfIt11SitIti I Iqt.r| } Uieie and de'.etid eve y measure of* ihtui'Mni !) take; a biiet'lexievv I of mcours ti. it: was iist.intly: vej C c I in the Hou-e o and their thi-.t lug ,iheil! chiiniian) ;gnl iU the atlas s of master a'id servant.'hose .-

..I ilit TI'wviiMty: ; <.l 5 atlirtaativv < .i-e, and cMieei; Hy iie! 'uiiitivei-lav It'! wtiul- -I.ixeiy ai:5l;. :at.I! l' .!.l.onebar .ep-esentative.s by a Mill: latter tflajaai: itV. lid us tie jtu.tir&so ta state at the tirn he things are all confi.b-d by t'ie Cosfiiti -

(i''ii. tji! hH. V>'t. sir, tlio tiM'tuTatij..uTil tat :d tit v and lit-ti i ictiy tl.e piim-'q.le.- \vl.5-h nnrtion '1'ho day of adjournment: Invi-ig ar'i ed, oported( the bill. Tho I Committee: ..fTi'ien -- .n in each State to de M for itM-K. arid

d ?. .% 111d1 Lv ji* ii.tti.t3 oil tiiI t ; and 1 called tin the e'ltife |M'
,,r. rd ii it' it In t&i : ty to come and IU-TJ; me. I t..1.t t thM l 1.iI ::iytes

\ that all I! tliOM- whoso name are txinrJid if.> tiit'ti tit e aMin.l! d 1, in the) lace of thiiicuuiMitttoiK ..- .t ocraMon to \in ''io:.te( the! rail I ttio of the se.iiiri, npoii con- : :, wit! -parat.-ly. 1 supjio: totl tae omnibus n* a '- an.j acts have been in accordance with .

i(\ flu ti<- jiussage of the tull, tlodgelucqn < ', and of tin ir tlreat th.t) ; 1 \\ aigbt 'I' in\ \itws ai.d pin i, les: but sim; ly t, he friends of the inta.-ure, it v.as generally Dint measure. 1 al-n l snj-poited: I each men, eeiews in all caseS except the instances

'iiin! UliaU-vrr prtlitir.nl MUtnu: ml they eie Mron :nad they! \v. ul how what they .MO, and what my o'llu i Itt .4..needed with, ;jeririps here and tho-e a'lnnividnal ta ire sep-iratoly.} I had no pri-lo of opi ili i v.hich! } I voted under your instructions... .

ti.ny\ ti tie U o uuiiiuod, I 1Ailtk i m IIiJ1 ;.n 1 I.e t.- ,IIII I \v< i.id| l jmive it ti' ti! uej -t- Ii:,ice been, ill oider that tho public I ma exeij j tio i----that} tlio-o was no hop iiat the bills should b<- passed in. the preci-e 'han.!!.. $ >)'WuYtff&ff//fe ra' "/ n'' (;<> <.._J"EVEK110LI ,-, ,

b4t4 ase : Ui tiH14r cvt'r ? .! i.i'fltt.niiU'tiw.in the t ill' >,M.VV\ut Tue yfJOii' 1)Ifi !l/'lnVflr1t/' >llA'm.:(.)u'nau' always oppoito I '1 for the :Mi-soini j CorimnriiUe, and iis coiuse.edtxtt uuiisouri t.Ue I Im.i tiie 1riil' joi.Uly' : or i separately, oti MYSELF R1si'o'sinL!: TOR THEM.
iit&urt: itlactnut to give coul! both This speech was immediately printed and
tie full ( g'ro'-s i s
b..llot oi ] ich
iaiiiineksto utie -i ii'5 the form in they pa
:ts : w
!" S.. i.i j'- .*ii4i nd the ab di i.iiii; t* t'(4Il1'flZ. j i di or actiot.-except iies .\: i Cnmj.ro'iii C '.e, Ir-.i'ig I' : bii-n I the iirlo any I them ircul.-ited .ill over tiie It;itt>. I at the sa ne
for cu S.MMI tepotted i sopaatilv
;: 4IW1Lt t11tl1it t i'I1S fiont! ot t'.io ft.mdlich was pftiv I the cotnti b ing it forwaid, and ha ir.g it. tiggli d loi ;oues of Congress. t.avelled over a od portion of the
,;,flI. re 4:1.fi'tg ii nnd f-n'oisud by 1 had aseeitaiaed the fact me g
li 1 ? e IHH'Vuuu'd 4: "' specified fiv I I b-c nive :
ol PJnn rturouinh-d in the iear by a of lit it in I b t.i: I IO.KOof Con res-! for nude oftlie! same
it and sjieechos
ib! 1it is no my i. ca-e tate, many
y.v ill! re-I: ( pa L.ve uti.in 4.1 the Uiiiled ; t.it a as ) at'tual con-it that tuoy cot-Id [pass sepa-
.l.lon rom
iuj.iti\c ; th.t
.ifpMi.irJ: netics.l And yt, i% thi.il ; iwgn*e-,iiu'lui'iiijr i many tat tngitive- Imm I a liil. >r. Tb I I.I vears. I ibt a public duty: dtiii-indod jointly.Mr. no'--, the last ol which w as made ii: the capitol
? eel inniioii !
eeehhi,. h I t;.'' and a'tlanti could never pass
lias (3t! tiiv aduiiui-tiaUu:! i tinHon.I 1 .; > for hay. f i our State A
I I :i ciedit
nrg..n iiI I 1 itn o tant vote our g.-ue 1'iesi'ient I i-laiai: no a giti
v.ia.-h I cj.ured to I t ; tin : 1 ,
and lent to
hand subseix
,1 H I in d be! made
: of their acts
..,41 LttUd 11i L. ( 4Itttt\1 my in lav..r t of the s mlxibiding si on assembled, and one
.tj' :
'' l1.t.LlItI and at f t I'ep'c-ei t ( was inated and proposed t e
I .id the table of vveiy senator tvi and tranquility. I gavi-: it u|) 4'Iueta' of inductions
itTtI ublic the resolutions
upon ,
ett1J atd peaiv; to repeal
d14. ( myot as
:.I th t: abolr.ien petitions; the omnibus. There was no pocuir
iiof the I.ii led in
tub LJH 15 diivd th v iit' <>u tltio KJ11. 1 1rwru iy M-preFent-ilSu' at the oju i t.-inda teco.ded agin-t i it s rojio.d at tli liv,I" bo urt'. and ctinci ived tho idi a o :ai maikd-le teatuie in th. m. '1 hey I> which i have referred, anto pass re>i>luions -
In that SJKch, airiiator leaxin or ra
4UIC 1 $&ion Itt C"on jre* bill liiit t alifoMii.i as a State, ; r of the ol colleague
jtj.itjiej to rcl, ion h--re sine to a< approving course my
tVi- ) .resof 1 ,
t aboli-I.ed. My ac gi1at'otiehI
| lead it I Iilll L into it was i ineily or inary meas'
t.iile to and settl. ,
Mill take the! Ti() 1\ore
i! nutf and f irercr, I have courlJiUtl t j i; ; \ have I been a meiiibei of thtf taut h: the people to fom: a etatiSti ada ted tit tiie eli etu'istaree' ?, and thei-} nd mystlf (bit the compromise measures, by
iity a sniheniMlves. ,
t\e >
a-Sini''d afterwaids to \
I' frid tb it 1 of slavery : From tl'at
,. 4.4 ia.ti rt'' it ii llit lamd ',.. governed by the same: p iuciplo.rbotiev .- the ipie-linn motif i-tei! in the fact that separatelv 4 waite of three or font to one.
oft n ole c the .e \ the} thoi
-Se tl.ibill j ) to ;
(& ':ti4flt.d mv absence at tho lime tho biijli in atlirmiliveoteon pn r tlie! slavery; :ij.i'.iti-in a has !t..a' : 1 submitted T could b"th !houses of longio J.iy 1 Illinois i i ha> stootl I fi m and unwave.ii'g: i
tlfii made t'ie wnn- exli: ati m o: t.et C 11St the I I'hited' Mates. [Mr. 1'olk they pass and
it nvtv wjbj"ct mo to :'freed n I bave always nt it \taj\ I lv VeMibnt, of for the>o bill*, as they | lIt support of the compromise measures,
zilfl taf absence) t.iat I I av gi\en to-day. : i upon sai i facti-m of stating that it 1'eirg lesponsil.lo the .
j1e mil have t the Contitutip.
n s my ci.i'eavoied t j jn of all compromises
g ''ti5caiiit direi tly, and feailes.: ly, ;.n i ; fiom the hands of tie: C'.mmittfe oTerritmies.
h'y s tn the \nAview.\ 1 bad ralle l UJ|>on the petitl nunvhose names !! ll.o a lemeilv. \\ lit tlear thmody '(ec ived hi. sanction, and xva- introduced byno came \\i-hto( call the attention of tluH"'ate Now, M -. 1* eside. I have done wit1, these
ttutixl tl I.e Set a'e' as ha\i* I g IKVUtw I a ipjlv proper Tho great ;isgaiiit'a.t It LaveS
Nt'w \ I* thave l :1a' vvith bisappM.bation. l.inati.ms and i tiu't forever.
piiliitrv: .httiis1; %, (It1U ing i:* propoH-d by me has and of the contitiy to the fact that ;
tiK'iitf < \ oikilh me wlun te? vole M-JI tak.a ', in favoof this bill! was, tlu.t it recoyied wliich! of rgotism, I
l'nar{' f.iur l'.iu->ui.l d'.lUrin pny \ the xvi-v.-t and most, appropriate i* a ihi'ion! oi' b vo'v no til anything savors
uhen tliiujjn ( 1 i'1-!'!) mine allpjotions they fi>ntiin no po'
u-'ttstiI in CbicagAiveiiMi1i : id who Wi'ie iti the met-ti g donbtles the iig-t of the p-opb to leto the ."-enate will pardon me, and at the
f 'L>, ty vv icli, I UaJ of ) v. am dto I **..li.nl my stat K subject ul.ti I to tin i domestic ooi.cerns 1rnvi-ion upon tin the which!
i'ta- duties xvitti ice fjiewli g time ympathi necessity
tti! t'f I- '
djvat! -itv t'ie object.of same
} vide }
.j ty j ami vi h t .ive ii-I '' to a authori/ed tliem! to do to the mai'i itt' oxjdi':' ;
411tltt'C. my and I had omitted
to t t .i: it)' ( $ ljM.' (VIi U i>;ei.t Itt rig-ndto thy 1oI \vill t1 1 .. .Vh'-n i t1 toimx atrita'ion! :no.-e in connoxn i theiown} ) way the detail d statement w 5 l b I hue just |a ia-i imposed it upon me. If

d ri'it.i it i I44ii.r; to Ztcv tt. 11ut.ll (that? time toote f I'oi tlie 1 .w. the law \" x\ilii le: aunt x.'t'um Texas, 1 origina-1 ', iiiii'itlno'iced by executive dictati: decided, or by made. The l-'girlaturo of I illi n'I-\ bv a combination ill that w s personal to myself, my de'enco

i the dsy of pnymut -u lived, 1 ma.le li.id t that 9 j 'ech that i undimte d I Mid li-t: hi.rugbt I forward t'e MisMiiniii I a I 'ac aj-p'ohefi inn tint, us.lesthey! of wl.ig i.i oach liou-e, with a would have been inci>nihte*| and unsatisfactory.
butii IN e4m<>tituli i lent ol tl' to ie slavery qm-tion I i.IJ not have
Mt. territory. ; resd e
till Mamy, e otpect licnble t t ition i-
( {p i omie as; :.p; to ': freeoil demoe ats, had' parsed i
defend) it *. abole, ami -MI for aiimi ion x-ould! be a aI ie- ew connected
that I n -- It and those
tii" iiuitter 1 i iuir application iisflice to to
.ilk f Mti I !int artnngo cet-Mty ; nd nad tli' jiratintion to M-O it mcorporain r iriitructini mo to vote for a bill for: theijovernmont tIIy-t ,
nvi in I ttI
I iiiittb
ttelitl tveibeon t&rtii! ;again't i i. The o I -tion, the cha go aiming whether the charge or insinuation
has d
''Ino iw it M.ttIwl : m.ly s- n lie question
to ;.! uy $ > nit.-S St- t.t'I! (11.1 1 not doom it a mattein i which should contain an express pro-
IMIu ualcrliii atmn II l.iiii to the ii lit* o| t itl; 1 V jui i Texas ailmi'ii'tiation I of )havirg* us.- iinjiroHneans ) | that I wa at time favorable to the
Ct411 secuie ; jit1tfft4 much monvnt us Mjipli-iblo to I a as ofslivery its -aid teniti( "v. 'I lit in- any
I of it until, u tinMr. the \v.-it (ef hnLritt atrj lit, to reeonU$ Itatit > ini- or moan to i'dlneco tie! dcci 'libition \\ilmot pro\i-o was an is not g ossly ungenerous
81w:, I tu! ug. t UM mure t loiio, 1 ut 1 did (' iceivo it to be of va't : any tYi- -.truction dil not to the extent of the NViloot -
(1 I hi 1fri.rn btites, 14 ilhe ftM-soi the foinmi" i.1tI4< ; of tho le of Cdi-.n-ia u; on go and unjtiot.; I am willing to be
; the 4..1i 7t cui.c u. n c lhe i.rob-ible acqui-iti.Mi on pooj il it tl.ivoV -
'. rIt "j ot.uct It; \v ssI ; bill booni" l'ro\i-o, by :>ttiinptini) ; to pio
Mnury cxjreKsi'ig Us dc" i r<*f rvtK 0 the pains and jK.'ndtiev, to the 1 ig'ii or .'. w Mf\5-'o J and C:liTo: i.i i. My preferl jtle-dais, ; but I do say, that; bad thi- in the Slates as \\ I lla tat! Torritoiies.it It itt ie .ponMble[ (or all nv act* ; but I wish to 'I

rid liGs-.iti in lad, in coiiwtjuomv ol t tti' ; .__ evv objectiun, \\hiehthe ins'-i'ul i ianatiriMn 'I i < t'io Mi-souii I comprotni* e was; po1' the law of the 1 md, nneb; ehnrgeivouM : of it contented thom for the!
tht dire of ab-liu .iii>Jii c-mlJ i-ner.t, tully l o'iee I have I been made t or 541l|..icin m- movers (.t theati. 1 ito not claim:
} whole'i' over 'ii presont-itioii
iIWtwIid u.j.rjy "I th bo r
: & i C'I4 C (I l the as-nni* tion that <- in tint hivf rv '-houl' p oi.ibited :
conrlut'nHy rn wt 1rlM1 J in tjttCfr.Ztt ;- dicntod on | i iIN $ The eat n i i.i'tu'se i*. thnt :tlir tjiTe! the provi ibl.I have rnmrniiti-d many
orto\j\> l aik 01 tt du%% he wns imX and the Unitod States xvoull bm>iti cit.ined. gi 'l'ertit''ries whdc they rom-.inod to be intal ni.-iy
dif t t HHijib of : that in Lao
( ta ry tjut the a>'i.n; !eim-nt, J thus J J>t to the *atifatioti tecoiieib-.i to Itnt: masme than t" e 1aot Ii'at) of the! South, really eli'-ve pettpb* to (' as they yleas- t errors, and doubtlo h.ivo, but wl.en Lam
c.it. : nuHtnWii c aef o le. 1 :I412 extren: 1 -a-iJv i.dhi'noes 1 : xveie u-ed lo I produce toll.!), b'a5g tie coiainceti of tin in L will acknowloilge them
Lit ,
lCtj : p.
te t tais i'i-
.Jt.nty jtl i" ;> /njanv hv-r mile! of .d i tment! : as a i'eproper ed Mh-Mi thov became n State. Yet the
1 1 U* it n\ *4 l New %* k i', iluotmt to bjH'jdi of the i ff ct 4i' YTV 41 i o lo-ult in Cali'ornii. Tl-oy do not denyt'io like! and lIy correct them. I
: l'ie
aiuiwan'imj-i'iu-u tn go til 10 st.'d! on, iIa.! fnct it l and doeni! d sulh'cientto a p' ntis1,
is of te bitoyHint of, 'ui': ti n r< iij of thi' b- of I ';ali rariti i t-> m-.k'- stiuctiiiii was signed I do not belong
ztaIiks. *r $ but it a j-att of li igiit oo wish to a\oid responsibility.
& my r dA. to be protesti'd, .jeeHies; ; -ri-e bad been tin means ay t comul! to ro.-i_ n mv s' at nnd jiei.laee no
i :: me
aiJ li that the m e jnjr; COil)..HIllMve r on c"mpi ijeci-ion but they ir-isf that the t.i:1.t; [ that school of politician ,
rfnt1tt.Ii& CHMH! of ray en>!":-ser lo trait a. t n ; ol fearful controvesylv hat ; ih'r for the co-.bl have to
n-tllcment a e
) .
im'fc.dile -
h. j dptit i.1. I t1 ttb'.C4Ivnh f u thuit nil) the b. alvoters of then < i cboetaid .1itilatt h vo been I o\erci-ed treat, and unin- to :a : ; : ; i In tikl.lg- i my loate of this subiect Iih
tJrttt (ig % x'lich! haul bo n acquii-sced .i boon;:;: ; ; their electing a whisr. ;
i iu I IbJl I of the ad- no expoct.-uio ..
fli tht of wln. bad tite night )previm act 0a the agents 1 have determined never to make .
4TLIi'tI4t.IrS st.itetliat
m llnei.ced bv any
'r, an i tqui ed ofi m tj iity ,' dinlly by the. peopl I f0r more knew i >tK-xibl oppo-iM: >n to the to
They mv
; iIv co of advfive
i onUl t4ie (rjttdiv lit tln fL3iUV 1.bulged tlnmv Iveh to open and violent i i. $- ] of a cvntn-y) atid w Iii -h all I'.U'.ii-trnti'ni, or of the* jippreheiiMou; an asserted in tl-e i'lsfncti ft the innthor speech u-.oti the *1 sery question ; .
u-i, \\a ('OttlJtt'tI, unnxKirJv :1 i t'an: a quaiter a deri-inn by Cong-os-* ii: the! event t'tat principle will add the hope t at the nt cecity -
Lit I the I
t rUL4IJ teniare Zn< 1w aliM-nt f r lamjt' aftor *!.j.jwh ctior.-, of. lh> I' si'aui profes-cd I that knew that the right of now
: they
tijr. Keiits j of tefetij: ti( tih in is aitios and s- ( den 'ed tho si I qnc-tion other same time will exist. 1 am hcaitilyli
o ("ur t'n' 1ur1te i1 fl1i.ti1.it adop'ed 1 at t"l <-heti t $>!h l aj n f: ir, jut, and'lonoMb'.o 'hy had ivory instruction vas t e settled doctrine I of t both i ipaitica for it nexor .'-.
t and iny; into ffTvcteiv .v. to lespect Tut .I r. l'' -M tat, th Jndiciiry of the! and 1 know thecountry
? tusitm .f !t.u-jt; **. ;tttd Inc.mMtK1 I vor nf su-taiiijn* cany I Iould discover noeason I' i-e. in State, xv' ich no man can repn-i ed t-ontioversy ,
from of the conMitution and latt1Itect ii adpstment.] 1 I ropoito.1 a tie Uij irij1, .n-wer ibit tin- di |*OUMOII licaIlsiti of the YiU-on i Committee ; 1 Knowi-i that dais! combi- .
the xvith
CUKjiti }h > Minei.der of fugitive fl 1 \ eThe for i) ''refuse-' bill to ail-nit' Caliorni-i oi-ite safety. lestdutions ut the Senator from MisMsi -
I WO.JJJ( (,'Hj] ,su. .a J.nrt alu &4ck1 tt.IIirottIh. i(- If. t oxvmd by tho Ti.ited% to pinay fr'-esoil-r ittored them- the
and submit ,t.4t l' line to all ?h" territo-y the ot sliveryI Iliti')?) of xv' that I
; 'Ul..u* er. |,i.fri tI 1.ti:igc'ittkl ) resobitinn* weiovilten in 1KJ1 1 ths.t xx'ould ti"t ap.ly; with ottt as* a Stito, lo-ivi-ig q'ma-t'o'l selves that they IstI:1 succo led i i a pa ty j jtrick i i.'l'i| I \\ill be janioned saying
I" I1'I and (4 ver tls1 'n'tatos( I )bo deci'b-d aftorxxards by the people, : nvch! doubt the wisdon and expediency of
the mootmu by
1ia. 4.'i" : i npliciiy uon; liii 'IP.UCC inyst I extrn-inn to tho I'io ( irandito' op< n to xvould l.ixe sue f om thc Senate;
itt w'-ich! j -
.mal force to i'l
I 114,114 ( : .t.iiat&i (. : !*( di.idiii ti.e jiroui d. 1 \\ ill only di-tuin the Scxv 'i the )'ar afit', ho FOOII as we shoiibl.he1 i I ar.d thus cut till tall hope of adju! "tni"nt for a fioe oilor xxho xxo.ld; tt! ir introduction. The w bile country i is acquiescing
-ind alo to and place
read two of them, and' rt-lt A eco di-ig to my rocoll-ctinn, give in the measuteseve ;
r'rdy lGt esr iitd all ni-lit. nnivI")6 bile I one m ithatnolo.i abolition doctrines, compioiiise) .
i i of the hpetv'li: for :. acquire tho country." tarat mon nro xvl!.icb p omi-itl come hero and carry Xortli mill SouthOMMV J -
) YflI ikt'n. next dav. .Mo.-tiu sevIJio the pampbb-t copy l In' accordance wi:!i tlif! c5ovv?, I biongl t the no\t inipo the confess tint they would! have succeeded in: rv- where propoes .
s to
'a1 wjJwlt.i| I svtteI.' j $ : th.dl slig'.ti'st li.ipe ofgivtu-j; peace to lepeal or disturb them. True, every
n fri,44 tim.f i\v.g 1 ts Jituforwatd the! Mi smni Cnmproini.-e* at lhe : heir plot had! 1 been ce: tain I that nil the tueu- ; '.
of tlu senator
**rt1t tia 1 i4igiiiM* ,, and! nv.iJ a ?Ir.kt-I dur.Hc 4' JCF.t9frlI, lint so long as the rovi : ." applicable! to Texas, ronnt'V xva the projio>i'inn c'uiM have pastd l i>. dy was not for them! oiiginully, nor would .
-- .1! :
a os'-ion of 1811 I I, b as ; of the compromise
itcd Mates provides th: ; ; VVi xvbii-b! is n>n: lly knows as iiires it and o.iginalj.ietiti'n. ,
g tkj, Lilt. 1a'- i>m$ nl the Ui it adopted., from cousin, tho vote ofm they be so now were an open
1le flj,,., ith fi .M.N ad tlie* AM.irda teiMits lull (to bervi.-e or 1 libor)* i'l one 'tt. :and had tho satisfaction to see with Mexico re! \Va1keramendnietit." All other! j linhavn without my vote in opposition( Notwith-taud- l RUt suet they! have lit-en adopted : .- -

ilaha* O tI % I J, d :riHirlu.UHl< mv l.tisi. -scaping into another State 'shall be I dd It iverSnb.eqnontly) cod, after, and tho I whon Mar, in Nngusti 1810;, r f: ild, as a last hope 1 came xvarmlvi abolitionist,instructions in my pl.ico.1: wrote the bill and and time has been given for a little c ol ; p
had th '
w.4. $ tat tifH > on the i laimof the lea I ty to xvbocmeo i the commoi! the o-t of that pmpo-ition, lag> se retlection everybody seems to be disposed to
h II1Ud&d Iii tlie fact tint up first int.oduced bis: Proviso, I Io i to sup| from the conunitlee on 'l'erI-: itottes ,
ft1iav. $ I bor ; be duo,* and BO hincmher g; as \1 r. Wibnot, for its adoption thiongh thn terriblo ropoited them it final settU-mt'iit of a u: p of.ta- .
; j' jj: II H.u tirjeriHj t() je oit.iir & > or may n'' to extend the .Missouri! Cmimromi othci -tnigglod without tin* prohibitions) in order that! treat as n

L J rt-adi: i j in, the| St-n-iti-r. I Iftf exIaueS.. ) of Congress ate rcquirid to \siath \ proposed t'ie Pacific ns a sub-tit tt? for the Wilmotnoej night session, as many senators xxill re- the lecoid.H might show what ni\ opi ion isle eoutioyeisy. -(> long as our oponoiits| '4. L

td I to t the constitution! it is.oleum : to xvasoted 1 into ,lit"t. il do not agitate for repeal or modification, why ,
fiiippo frees
l"i>"-, and (d.iuu- tif C4rrt.eZ1IM 1'ioviso.Vhen tho prn\5 o Ca but lost the trii-k rri H fail a '
t t.ttit.iit. He then t-linwt'd tw tu1 and religl'itis duty to j.as all law two-milli'iii bill! i'i t ppo i i.-vn; to mv vote, 'lialIn itf hi tory brings us down to thofommonct wore ; offered an amendment in the precise should we agitate for( any pmpose: ? We ,.
1'lJ.r* that pimitiou.: of the cm Alia- the 'tnont of that memorable! 1 long ses- Senator that ll.e compromise is a tiiutl etlemout. ; .
eflit4i lilt;; 1i 1* : fttiI14bUJI('( s-ary to ( arty I votid the! IiiU---LirIt 1 woi Id oth11 of instructions. I knew that claim ;

tUL.Ut, WIt4 I iiniiu"i.tulv'! ; 1 t taut the timy ion into cli'cct. again.-1 have ted-!because! : the -raa. ?inn xvhen* the late comp.-omie measures language1 amendment my could not prevail. oven if my Is a final settlement open to discussion ; .
Li. Th.nl will stand: or I Iiho bv otherwise suppn President, I rnnv be |>er- the and tout by its -
Rcsolrcd! ? xvo r. oi&rsy
adopted.ta1 and
a tin agitnti-m
Kavif.n ,
: ? f.iciNlh ihat} I inu -t wit! lvi t there. Again, in 1817, when wore colleague and mysflfrerorded the vote of our a
41t4t *,, ,ttHt; jif ,,,,,,,, ;in OI.J.r t,, 1M. ,, Amoiican) Ui.ioijand ilscon-tildtior o voted irlo the three million bill,, mutest hoie to pauo and remaik, that Out ing in its favor. 15ut if I resigned my seal fiieu s ? \Vhatmannerofsvttlemontisthatwhich i '
ii.. ; xvilh itgb>.i I us iics -,lit- pros i ii xva< of five that I was l-tboting State settlo die tlith'culty and quiet
dl does not
ro ( f. ,/(/ j// Ort iifin.s ynSM r the compron.i-cs.: the bill for t'.ie.mo'! reason, the period year nbiditi'Miist it was almost certai.i
vi-toil I ,
,. ions of 1 I ie fu1 1 :igi"nst; of t the Missouri I .1 Compro- seat to an fiieiul. of the compromi -
till and hope the
the adoption I Are not
oi t
d2ty. I xv ill) take te! liiit-iiy of uu'nti'Hi i ptbt pa The noxt lime I had tho oppnifunity of voLts for the and that the bills would fail 0:1: their passage. the dispute .-
i; tIit> t<, lure"Tlie -"i mi-e votes on the Oregon qtioM-m and e bec nii''g the agitator, and will! n. t 3,
I'ainck': of nmu4 of the geiitlcan-ii tho was in hat | lug orof my with colleague, wit '
nullifiod! th ting on proviso toi.eldng itt-: After consulting my ? for th.tt which
nil'in b'' ntnl
council i quostinns
< hold responsible
"nthiv l eity ; : the us
aiiinnnn-4.tm.nt'' tntd.: Awing i t'ie Senate, pending! tho! ratlfi'atiors uj.011 Senators favorable to the billI I camtto country .
d,1,, Juge! Iiktv of tin* no thorn rilhi and denounced! me and! all other! Mippoiit > ISIS I i with Mexico when i ii very, wore given with reference to a fettle- many that 1 I we condemn and denounce in the abolitionitr -
of concbr ion that duty required
vit Vrm-l |I- itiI I Jneaiiots J '] Is 'of the tuT.tv peace: that hai i is ai.d are co I itteiit witli ( These ;
f <; M r. .t c El mv. ili' di -t in I nt- a* traitors, Uene>li I nfle.ed anieudm.! to the tieatyI meat ou retrin seat. 1 was prepared t< a id freesoilvu I are matters worthy -
as an : should a
: has the my
'ft*% ; Mr. r0,,k, iupt>li riir >fo *k tu:> Mr.: ilor>is I IFeied i the f illijwii rt1 a was senator fiom Connecticut it. If, therefore, any gentleman curioitv and dofy aholitioiihni, in all its forms of ourconsidoraii: >n. Those who preach ,
I I by a
I. ; which al I adopted : xvi-h to u.idorstand; the meaning ol*1 fight should be the fi it to commence ;
i4, j lu-liovi :Mr.i (uiiiu-i', this jiivst'iitc .b.tiou, was 'Nb not a ,member of this body. Tho re or but I was not viIi! >n to repudiate the settletdoftiine. peace not '
nt4ir of th nud st'Wii'l Repaired, That xvo, tho people of l.icarow or ab the votes 1 land ciccasion to givt and an old quarrel. HesUes! what ,
of voted Jigiin the riyht o reopen
city CL5riro.{ the I coul i-hows that I here again any I hn< of my State in nard to c
1 e
othe, tho resolutions pa'M-d th.it period on thi- question, the of these resolutions accomplish
tti titst te ]H>rtnlilt( > riii/eni; ; of mvVork go, r.'pudiite tvi'i. This xvr.? the last vote e\er tagies during! uctinn. R fore the vote was taken, good can passage
1Jtte. \e' in I tinfike.. Vlupk t : ij common council of Chicago upon tho fol bject I the i" Wilmot the List that ever ,.nlv To benr. in rn'ml the V.usouri Comproniiso n-\if\viiir ronrsp on tin I \\ ill they add any new force tor ;t
tiat *Ftettlrnl tIC fuuitive slave laxv passed by Coat ? j kon on toe provi-o- and th-n observe tho pet feet harmon> made a speech say to the measures ? TKey t S
all ( vitality compromise
and a U-r sitting iigtit; *nJK could bo taken upon r tm applicable, (dt a aI and defining my position.I -
tIlt riiit its la I K'ssio;*." each vote and that mn"! re. slavery the law of the I latsal, and mu t for- -
ttiIa'i1 ?
Inr > next; tj1Vt 1 t.aiai4 I fioi Mexico, for tin !I b txveen denounced the ltat jut, cf tho nmen.lmonl are already
arqumd of thiI
Vflit. bait lncn taken tlu% > day It only remains for me to FtnU* th t the the con-try this acquired fi! i$ Now, *ir, I approach the bi tory unalterable opposition to it, am I I ever remain so, unless repealed. Would it t '
1 tbsit by) tros.ty xve will bi declared ;
LItlleIli.iI&lv coit'.cil nsv-mlb-d alit th< neM I lej.Min I moature My! account my for all the fiiendof
compromise btf wiser therefore
t.ditlimv cl.11I4zI1is1lw : twin* city wthout f ucli condiii. as t!'ajpOi notice that vote which might be retoidcd not *:
: M Slel,I is. 'l 1t'rI and rojiealed their! nullify it'g solucountry r.ny 1 brief n Nl ei!ily understood. Haying! agaiib gave any these to remain silent nvl! wait for
i: r. ] %% $() 8141 !&? tttght, fr. \'. ilmot. It should brou iti nanii seemingly in its favowoi.M m thTi
o-od by the her.d my
It) Sav .:tat |Ii.' di-linctly ivcolLvts tin' tions* by a Vote of twelve to ovo.N"W. I > f'lIi.l tta1 1 t'lo V. ilmot piovi-o noi b |'Incod by tho Senate at aJ.T1 i iI
tQi I bav t-iv-f : a b t ne) in
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--- Li;;; ; in the last i ist of Union dctth. Piddliaj; on the sane Strinj. GrcIe7'31UC
Frcii the Jtfacen J t.TMl .t 1f'WffPf. 1 agonies a
!r :> t.aboiObt3! to redeem thflr pledge*, to j fHEF LO RIDIA?! nODRNAL.thf shall Thy Sentinel i i- still harping 0:1: tuj saraci tul.or t,. \eui
the let him into the Convention, and we
bring forward thoir} proposition to repeal The Union Party aiid the Presidency j ,
*- old j1tFUfllCtthC compron.ise g est a new !:),,3 fur -z
worn oat thtt .
fugitite law t \\ hen such a proposition shall IkDT TO RtAP. liear 3 3TALLAHASSEE no more about coalitions, fire-eat-
; $ 4' lw brought in, let tome Senator from the will becalled -- .-- -.' '-. --:. -'-- I ers,'* and free-soilers." He will then prove and refuses to bo witislleel with our acquiescince I dupt in the coining I'resi1hrtLI *!eci.
'4 The Union the South soon
L. $v North rie-and i if no onelse does it I will men SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1S52. 13 gentle? as asucking-elove. It vrilll Lu found ," or rather with the way of it. It says which the necessity of a Contertion 'i
to settle important ,
a question
I -and ttatediat the country regaids the compromise upon very unconstitntlonal uted. Illsd.in is oV
PresiJriilisl election. j jfjj. make when we have denounce i it as to allow
in tho at democrat tte
final regard to next nigs very good
.t as n final settlement dimension; that and a there- They will soon have to decide whether (t7The Annual Conference of the Methodist once nicely broken in. and all that, and therefore tf> acquiesce- i in ; clare on tlu-ir Uiiots for whom the *
settlement i ia not: to ,
tr1 fere mote to lay open the propositior in the table. they wiil stand aloof from the old party Church South, for Florida, meets in a iicahi-re thus \ijlative of lha fundamental j they chooe shall cast th5r votes, wk"

I ) My word for it, any proposition#to repeal or organization?, and thus endeavor to In-ld the- I this city Wednesday next. Bishop Andrew Mere Cheats and Snares." law"iiaiply[ fiecbase' it is proposed to be of perpetual ever one of the candidates receives and

the would be laid on the balance of power, ami tr.abe a choice of crilf : is expeeteel to preside, nnel several It really seems as> though the? Whigabolition oft ity i of the h acj ?
:::tf Disturb compromise whether will blend themselves with duration, must result from a scarcity party to receive the elvetoot
table by a vote of five to one. A motion to or : they eminent ministers from abroad are also expected party of the North will never have done' I of the State,
better reasons" low public prouJcd
state of
} or a ,
the other organiition course
sr.4i one or party the
the law would bo voted down ehe-ats and snares" b\ which
fugitive concocting
icpeal be
r' and unite* in the? selection of sound, able, to present. \irtne," etc. Without stnpjirg to deny the t tion caiulijatjp does irt: happen
$ t; .i by a \otP of live to one ot'the Northern rncnr they< hope' to entice the Southern wing of the to !h ar
: .i 4 witheMJt counting a Southern vote. Let Mich | patriotic candidates.i Speech cf Judge Douglas.We reasons our neighbor gives for our acquios- longed tally sheet. When the t-lector '

'. .., 'i a tost be nv ie, and the moral etfcct will be I j i t is is i ; the question to be decided-and itimust publish to-day the speech of Judge (paity t iito: gorno scheme by means of which: t ctnceor?* that we have expressed such an opinion ofr.llthettafs? are- counted, the :! t
l>edecid d piomply and widely-for to fill the Presidential chair with of their ere..viing
c thousand fold greater than the passage of eif Illinois delivered in the Senate that the subversive the *
a the destinies of the Douglas, ?, as compromise was "utterly latest r.n.v.bcr i ij thca
the decision
I any series of resolutions. I believe the course i, upon uutrv. A national hang Union oigjir.ization isj in relation to his course on the slavery question own school, (ireeley's scheme, which we of the Constitution," (a fact wLic.li the r.ll the tfcJ?* of lit; party siren -
35MIK c to
\ be the intercut of the fiends hir.
1 indicate to true : Lave briefly noticed elsewhere, of hating no ?
UcMtlcs! out ot tho question-it is impracticable now, and especially the fugitive law enacted Sentinel must show 1>\ quotations from fur ithirtrate the plan-S(>PPoe (;
of the compromise. any attempt: ) to j tn. Scott
( nominee hut each voter when
:; krep up the agitation and an organization on j and is likely to rem.-tin so for some sears to [ by the last Congress.If regular letting columns,) we have yet to lw.rn that such an j ran by the party in FloriJi ar.d }
j The finality of the Compromise will he in his ballot for elector? stats: on theme
.. t ,' the basis of compromise alter its oppoet : there have been any doubts heretofore puts [ opinion' even though expressed srvl 1 contrary I''other Soubern Stntes-Mr. ITK
an jzllpOt taut issue in the next campaign ; for what he wishes the electors """ '" I, rv I nents have :abandoned their actiu* opposition jbe I but it w ill not be the tfll15500.. Other enuttiiftis i in regard to the position of Senator Douglas, sa person ,ito that of the mass, is of such a nature as to 'ny mora-.Air. Ut'u&ter in the faalnae-U.

,: and consented to acquiesce in it, although I, of thrillinginijioit, I will be Miinyled in the these) doubts can no longer exist. They are !to vote for Chief Magistrate, and then the j require continued opposition to the thing fix- : Seward, and each of th otlior ean< |
; do of it will be looked \ 5iatet
f I they not approve upwn voice of the State to for the man who has j
f.0. political! movement for ambitious par- j I canvass, A Nation:.! Union Pa ity wuuld !>e eipelled! by the strnigut-forwarel, uncmiivo- >| go j ed! beyonel a peradventure. Neither to'S if i the North ; when the votes are sorted ?
as a
I .- 4 b ise-d upon c.'ie idea, and that is impracticable D. The'tuth '| the largest number of votes, and when the :should that
cal r-mpietyed by Judge follow that of appear Mr.
poses.) 1 desire to sev both the great parties j jncquiesee language because ninety-nine e ut every | Vcbt6e. S J.

.. r in the compromise as a final set- J at piesent. i is, no public man in the free States has
.I lenient but I do not wjs-h to have a new I II [be L'uion) men of the South, in our opinacconpii I*the candidate in whose favor the} largest mini- than or oo,
I : can : their rurpose*, and esjtablish stood up! hUH firmly and uniformly than he } i and proper which the hundredth person j jI votes either of tie others, then he Jit,
.., party organized on the basis of that measure, I ha h done for non-iatenontion the slavery i her of States have pronounced, is the most I I'cunningly I be chosen the
Union : taeir principles :;s llVctually without ? on thinks! is not, therefore he M to be regarded by party. This plaDp
Toe democratic is a&goe-d -
; parly
: 1 as 1 want and paity 1 wish it to preseive its j ja. national Union organisation, us with it quest ton.or for the* u lights and constitutional: devised and if carried out is likely as wanting! in "integrity" if, while clinging j (Jrcely; if adopted, will beat any ticketwlf\

: jirincipUs a"'J o'ganization and to tiiumph (j They now control the States.of (>coigh' AI- i j eqtii.litv of the slavoholuin! States. What ''che prove ono of the most successful of all | to his opinion, he y* t acquiesces"in the will :| the I.aUimorc Convention: can scare sn.

| abaina! Florida, Mississippi, Le uiMaii: Kenj j j t their plots to throw dust in the of the wt
its olJ issues. 1 desire no new tests- l this1 fi\e !he is eyes would not only
V upon Noith Caiolina ; was on q-ieMion years r.go : ; j of the majority. Wo might illustrate this | concentrate the
no inte rpolaiions iato: the old creed. If the ; tucky'IVnnesfce-e, Yiiginia, and his candor fianknes autl honeMj' well-intentioned) portion of the Southern !i efforts of ell in ener.d
.Maryland.: It is possible they might rally now ; : $ I 1 point by referring to the opinion and snbse- tvhigs support of tbeeon
is to tw made the test of faith and blind them until late the a
compromise j1 Vtlespcct ( too to
l a majority even in South! Care-lina The I of speech 1.ate at nil times cotr.mandcd the quent courtc of many leading whigs oa the j jj cause, but it would relieve us everracrefo
1 ot'
ill of be
the two parties w course composed of the
j true object re-al
i totes 01 those States ar.- not sutlieient to r- of tl.e and the confidence of'! instigators. purpose | the necessity of
1. the friend) aud exponents of that measure in | country j admission! of Texa.4. h is we'll! known they | taking up available'einfi..
l cct Prcs id'nt, tut if tin own in one body i iuio of this plan of proceeding must be
a friends. apparent dates and for
the slaveI" his voting
battle array against each other, and political j opposed that atlrnisHon on the same ground men tve diJiieto $
national Convention, they might secure'.he at If National Convention i Eaj13I
the ( a a glance. a *
ry qni-stitm must of necessity continue j selection of candidate, whoe election -- Bcuniiaiy .ieEtiOfl. the Sentinel attributes to us with respect to'I principles vre approve. inch: vote ILea ejjt
sole of discussion and J'Hliat a proper held, an avowed frc'csoiler cannot be nominated I
j topic controversy. would doubt.It of the Savannah California that it uncon&iitationnl I for any whig for President would: be '
l they place beyond a A correspondent Repzib.t namely, was a tejti.
i is the very thing which we wish! to a- I with any prospect e>f reeeiting the (
\oid, and which it was the object of the compromise is, then, the true and e\ide'nt policy of: publican, writing i from Mille'dgetil'e on the Southern support -, : ," and yet our neighbor is not prepared j 1 ranaial: that he was at least Lv me fLo' .
cf for it is
I the I ni.in of the South} to send eifh-gatfs [ whigs ; not to be '
to prevent. 1 would therefore say t men 17th inst., savs : j to bay in regard to them, no good citizen isI.'it > izen esteemed the coblrst} Unman of -
of the approaching National Cora enlions. suppoted! : that they would Le so utteily blind
to one
to the fiieneis of those measures-, let us cease I would Mr. I Haideman), Horn the Corrmitteo en | I liberty, in duty to huns.-If or Us country,I all/ and not merely that be tvas (thtncd ti
which Contention
wgUalins:, stop the de-bate and drop the sub- If unhc-tUatinyly asked, to the one which we assembles tiie stale of tie Republic, repoited in favor of i j jtlie t to their own interests-so reckless of all eon- | to acquiesce' in violations of law-more cstectaiiy -! best that, under the circumstances, fonldU

jet, It'xve tio this the compromise will be answer, in line between (It-oigia and Florida, a? de- sequences) r.s to aid in elevating! ; one whom !| chosen. We cannot --crrenekr the
the lit
at Ixilthuoic on Tuesday oi the tanuameniat law. un Lope &
recognized as a final settlement ; if we elo 1 lincaied on Runner's map, as a cmnpromiic.! tlIn thev know might use the whole! of the vafctinllnence |[ ques-j 'this plan will be carried "

.I not we have gained but little by its adiption.t June It next.impossible for Union men to afli.ate ( i' the event that s.id compromise i i.j not : ceded j] and power nseqnent npo'i the ofSce '. t tior.3 of expediency or cf iatere&t, he inayj' out.

These are uew the subject, 13 : is authorized compromise raid acquiesce ia what ho *
tidy upon express to. the Governor 1 to ( lii- con-
V\ As national or- of President to the oftht-ir Transfusion
\\ith the Northern hig s. a injury section,1 of Elood.
ed with great deference to the opinions of !, ploy competent counsel to elefeml the] ) lights i lien sacrifices-but questions of
t' ,, loii exists upon constitutional
1 the Whig ;ai ly luO er he nominated Various have
ganization, 'Iveit though were by atwmpts beta !
others but with the firmc&t couurlions of'iheir r a Whig raac
of the State in tho case now pending in the-
Tiie Northern ai'd there is
dUI&mie'd. right principle
i It is disurganiml aiiti no
correctness. : Couit at Washington." Convention. The consequence of such s. ,the last hah'eeatary, to transfuse llooi i fj.
: tleufl of it is led and control.nd: mainiyby ueh the "
sit of
poi Ijfity;: except price integirty. !
: ipcPtItftee of tJu JBidtimfir Sw*. Free c&lerbant facttonists. Even Messrs. u nomination would be that the mass of the j | (ona itidividarJ to another, bat wirhoct 105.
Fire ;a ilacon. V'e survive Sen-
supposehowe\er, we can
p WASHINGTON Jan. P. South w otild either othr 1 (cess. The original idea of tie
niluiore and Webster hate )loti their iuJlu- party pitch on some extien.
A f re occttrn d iti Macon un Monday m'jr1ninj linel'j since found
The supper last night at the Jaek&ou Assochlion j j ence there, bccan pin the'irofiichtl capacities, | candidate, give their votes to the Di) Rioeratic homily, especially we are :; ,ters was, that by this meihoi lire could bsj

off with cclol i in jerJect 1 they bate be-en li.-poseel to do sin.jile jislie- last, which destroyed sou.e S1O,000i i in saeh good whig comjnny as Clay! Web1.bter the
passed great { j i Lomlnee', or remain neutral in the cono5t.! j prolonged, superabundance of theUcxxl
good order, and tu the salUiacion 01'every; j I to ihv South. Co-operation with such men worth of property. Among the sullVrers are I I.J. i Either of these courses wouM fatal to &e-., who believed the admission of Tex- i (of the young bing transfused into the veiai
)UaUon and Corwin, is oat J. '1'. llar.! A. C. Moreho'! & (so., prove ,
body. Between teven and eight hundred.1 I j jas: enard.iind eman, e i a.s utterly bubvcrsire of the Constitution," _
of the old. 'llie
their hones of. and therefore they ( following!
success, case
persons sat down t ) i EUtUOU* Mipper, licit- j j'j'Jy 'ol the question especially :ts the great mas- Jame* A. Hal-ton, Estate of Dr. llartktt, and who yet acquiesce*' in that violation of reported

pros ithtl with all the! delicacies of the sea- \jot'their> fulloweis arc wholly cnbuund en tLei I Kdui J. E. C. j 'must, by gome means or other, keep that sec- French journaL, ia said to have occurred ttj
TIio N. Murj hy
Buckley, tha fundamental law, with a full knowlee'ge
ton thr.t: the maike-t affords, and set out with i j slavery question.n I I (tion in the claik as to the matter until after j j I'aii-s. I It is better authenticated thau ,jnj.
t 1). (saraughty, J. Daise'y, Mr. (O'Ke-ife) Mr. that it h to be of perpetual duration." \Ve''
great neatness c-udently by the hand of j The IJe-mocratic paity r.t tic? North is le.- the election, null this! plan of Greclev's is [ i jlar i cases have heretofore be-en, although thjI !

u tht. It was, as a tuppcr, as good as the ] obnoxious to tbi chaiy The tine Democ- Harness, II. W. Ilrorison, Mis. Gavan, and most a'lmiiably adapted to the for presume they never once dreamed, when cogitating I evidence of the facts is not so stroajuy

Congressional dinner at the National. !j racy the-ie are led by sue-h men as IJiu-hanan. others.CO"THE. purpose over their defeat, that they were not.
I 11-! which it is doubtless! intended. The probajbility :, remove all doubt :
Ijonda of
The occasion the land Cass and Jjdinon-bv ,
w-as graced by j "
i at liberty to acqnif-ce, but init t, as good
of a larg j number of ladies, who are always I, iinois, and Ilriilit, of Indiana. Tliese: men; Ciiwcswil! by here on Monday ; i i-, in case it is accepted by the party, j' "A 1% lady, t'.venty-wen years cf age, BC-

a fignof peace wherever they aie, and a surety are sound, and their lolloweis are sound. In next-fee advertisement. I and no Convention meet*, that the Southern ', citizens and for consistone-y's sake, agitate | (der the effect cia terrible hemorrbg

of propriety! on th pnrt ot the feterr.er I their gtifcr::! poJiiics, tl oy differ but little States would (admitting thr.t the Whig-, i&n l resist at all hazards Mid to tie! 1|I !hiLited all the ch-iraeteristics of a ; liJsj

mean the chr whig portion) of creation. I from the great ma"ffjni.m men at ihe1 The "Union" Eucicug Exploded.Tho kt cxtrenr.itv," even though tie! thing itsell (death, which sue-eeeded the 1os d bfood.
all f.tvor the of the I rc.v'.er will Jhel: in tiii ea\'n! paver'. : 'were able to carry them,) be di\iiled between i ii Dr. Delorn suggested the idea cf trsasfuv
Kotsuth tpoktf with great wanrth anH (ic>- Soutli, while they : linality J i -the admission-was settled as fate, for
queue, and with cansumsnatikiil, selectingfor Compromise, oppose the further agitation ot I I i; an article from the Macon 3frsrner 4.$ i three or four men. Some t.ik-s wo-id! go better or for wore. iou of blood. Tns remedy wa--* regarded a

his topic American history, arid paung a | the felaveiy question, and repueiiate) ianatifism i i Journal! p'e-mon't'irv of the H-baidrnent of I :for: Cl.-iy, some for Filmore! some for: Web'stir -1 II j'i I 'hazardous, but under the de--ferat eircoa-

just tiibute to the ttatesmcu thtt have illustrated i and uhtrt'i1 in ett-ry shape. V. hit Hie'h meii 1 : CcnMitutif: : Union, Party in (Tporria.? i it'e I' : ? ant! others; for somebody else. Kaeh ,I The Last cf it. i j ;stances of the ease, juitiuabfe : anii it wat
national and Alter I Und their followers the t Union men r.t the adopted. Dr. Deranges, surgeon at !ie Ho-
our use 1 The
of has mr.de !
progress. hut Legi-litarc
State would have its candidate. Georgia s '
read own
intended to
It is
eirih: whoso jJ iLt lfe "r rftiSox i mi South conld cordially Kllowsliip ; because forcvciy btsdy andwi.h : ._. _I ______ .__4 .__ tel Dieu, uiuUrlock the cpe-rat'.K. ; jcdaat
ceiUert1Liiji reat'ers' rva'l and inwardhI" in the North there is reasea t fkf the iastitutiou OiTv-rod
ttty t.4.I .u stin di..it ubctiJjei, LI \n o'n1 to for th 1 :n isrshh
tinerstan- j extending Sontb-Western
/ iL. aiif I_, L_ I Ior tr 'p. 1 Itailroad in- ;, frofii hU own vsias the rirU'iUs! dxxi A
1Ius. South ought to send oVl-gaU's ti thcIafti l I.i anxious to carry to the lower counties of the Stale, so far asi syringe was prepared ty receive blooJto f bt
A irni1r sentiment: %vas given by the eon)- j more Convciiiion. it is the Mae-on cuitiu ,orr. It i 5-4 true-, ire ;t out t, wuJJ i injected into the
roittee i most t flctus'i' j coafij j cone* titrate on some one, (Sewj i j lending: its credit concerned. On the 15ta, veins of th? ei> jrij. '* ai

have) larl.t-1 o.i tr.r.sts: ncliho.-,;(which, L\.ti8-hy!nor"talt.."coined to to accomplish; their ele-fcipu of saving and deJtly looked for a burptin'j: ITJI pr enty! hut j ;trd undoubtedly,) and give him their united i jas we Learn from the correspondent of the The syringe !being Stieel witi'J! J | XSMof

pepper .) in ilethaj j perpetuating; the Union. Unief-b tliey do so, we were not, altogether for the tho borrowed b-o.-el. .vss pSarx; ntajtvarni
in-pared thus ,
e of thf Amet icon. xtalee
\ in thn Qiiatiaple may e'orifcervathe to happen; quite so early. From the a!,us< j jwsiicj the electors! college, t. show the lon; State
treaty against the
ourrgL's character, and ,may biing fo.-ward a caudi- greatest i inuTiber to amount t b-Dve tLit; oi the LJoo.l ia circulation. A

on tU ocean,for tiic sake
who! This ol course brought Gen. C; ( dvivci'd!
Jute a fine eulogy oa Jackson, coalition beiiig t'onned between tIe: Ab*iiti'| ,n- l.'nion pjje-rs, we- did not calcnlatenj!> >ri hearing to the po-t of President of the Uniteel : tates. 1 Railroad "' llii* vein having been om-sied. afc
and said to in I3n-
something different from what I b i is I bt? and Disuiiionihts to control ihat Conven ) the Unionile-8 Albany, j tube was introduced, adapted to the
tie And then sjrLijv
I- knocking at door"of I if
reported to ua\t wiid. f heard Liin n'se1f.lie j they happened to have the as- i ker county, was taken and after
S tIOfl.o 6 nsiho! man can clo.e' his cve. 1 to that ConvcolioH 1 up a long; and throng! this the vivifying lull( was eare-
did flji ba' that after the until time ha election of the clcsign : was rejected force.
a tact.aiiHiiicn, Hlair, ient! iVcaiileut by a party, it is 1e duty of the tiefeated to them that the appointment of c le-grtcs to | would! be accomplished Free XuUerwouit of the
choice to support him as ii'he hn4 l been tht! ir j' ces at the Not; th. ItLett, Contmander, .Mc it was the only recourse1 U'fl to So>!th"n 'Ic President. This i is :,!II! they want, :udj ; Messr*. Harper, Floytl and Chastain opjwsed, tnrtiiate-U bite began to revive, feasfcs!:

cot own,strution.: ,.or words which: could bear that Donald! and Quilninn) aie gUe tIjtuiug tog.iLe}1 r ( mm c.faSl parties' lint we-care not( for j 'there i is little: reason to donut, and much' to I\jit. Oa the same dry, the bill to authori/el i' aftertvr.-ei3; d.-scfibedit.! an agreeabLv.armi

: fccatlered members of the C'otiiti i the hsiMe 'ditribated throughout her COCKI-
What 1 Gen. Csss said was that ifamsnwho ( inde-ci-ut haste a cotcmp: "rary ; ;apprehend that this plan was eorrcoc? ted sole- the Governor; to subscribe for stoe'k the body.
?it the South. Tiiese mm de-footed i inthfir 1 on ousnesi soon ivtarced, ad ia the course of
ha i been the chosen leader and stan late treasonable schemes', aro now about: calls it,) they msnifrf-t: in abjnrin* thf-ir! error? 'I ly; for this purpoo. It is to be hoped, how1 1 jtart of the State to the amount of &.'{00,000'I an hour or two, there was s-o lively and intense -

dard bearer of a party, was thrown aside, (oi l to combine for the purpose of&nhficizing and a' d n.kiigiuiiiss.ion: : into hit- 0 :cratic f M ;j'I 'ever, that the whig party will have thier eyes !: in tho South Western Railroad! for tim a ruction as to exeile contklerable

course by the same party, for Gen. Cass was I cotitroliug th) national IJeinocracy. 77r/7/ I Let them come in. Wo dn noiagror* with j) 'open feufiiciently to (terrene its evident ten- j I of extending i it in the direction of Fe'rt aines.par- j! anxiety *rcong the medical attL-iKJanfi

addressing fctill his duty a dcnocuUc to : that association,) it was trill aeromplult! ? their pirjwscoo-unless t'efevited :- the (jccrgian that! they should be k< |j.t standj'jelency' and l avoid the lamentable! er.i.soqueni j was also di.tsoc.t1: l of, and met "a siniilar fate.' ; The patieut, however, ccntiace to improve,
ttippurt pauy zealously, by a prompt movement( on the it t of at the door! ar.ei at the! last accounSs-tho ht of Novea-
pa ing sliive-ring in the cM and i its success would entail !
ia the Tio I not them It
tanks. lost
.innouncenient on
tliisK cryi'ig was by 50 '
of 51.
j the Union men of the South. He-rein ourvery yeas nays Au ellbrt t ber-the- most con5Jvjr.t hope were enter'tamed -
nliment was of course greeted w ilh thundering midst they ate changing their namec, repudiating ;j.iJroii'-Iy: Ojir-n unto n.'." \\'c give our j j'voic 'but upon the whole South. In all proba- was made the follow! inij day to "reconsider' tiait the expjriKiont wroaU be cosa.

"apj.lauge. I their principles, and pit-paring t tei '' for their entrance at once. They Mill ''bilitj'' it would bi ing about the very thing this vot but it having already been rccon- : I'let--ly successful.;

Young Dc-mocraey" being then drank I inn associate with what, a few months fcince, find! n.s :i cle-vcrer set of llowh than we- havebeen !jwhich:! they were so rcry anxious to avoid !i sielereU once, the Speaker ruled that
bumper, Judge Douglas was loudly calk! ii i iibr i'' they termed,, i1/ ? radical and rotten Ierinc. be short it was \ MK. CIVVY'S HEALTH.-His Opr.ioa of
rrpre'tented to
% Ofcoa c wcbhali )jbut' a time ago, viz : a dissolution of not in order
and made :i speech wl.icli ibund a t t-&- 1 racy f>fthr .Vcn'/t: /" Open Ii) >uuiuiisfs; who Iw 1 to reconsider it agai;), and on an ; Gen. Casa.-'11.c following, says the Bala-!
: clio iu the l.-eait ooniM'lJed| t-' juit them on probation) for :i- J tIle Union. Hut things result different- i w
;ondi'jg < : ot every member of t ilenounce! Vikecs-w Iii) re fit sin! to tradi- may appeal being taken his decision: was sustain more Sun of Monday 12th, is an extract of
the association, and the of wl.icli ;it I i 1.3 while, hut they! must not be cast down at J K% Party ties and emoluments ed. This
party I Ito with! them, or to admit them iato: i tin! ir family i illii party to lrt: bill has been the pet of theand a letter, received last which will to

aLIe i exponeijt. circle-are now ready to c'tnbiacf tho"stverl l ll *. It i is only' a wiy wo have: of, nirrIns'! our j; %hich they! appr-ar: so strongly attached, (at Central Railroad Ranking of; evening,
Company) read with
Jude. Douglas rc\iewed the history of the l litll(( ? fellow' of Kinderhook and the whole* -, Hy and by, if they!, thail be foiiml.worthy L-a.-tso long as there is any chance ofkee-ping i iip .. : !I[ :
democratic party- of course in a democraticssnsolo horde of hU abolition followers .n.inii.m. .1 hey ijiiwisciy, we think, threw \\ AsmxGTorc, Jan. 11, 15SI
liven tin- we will give them tl.efull hand of1Dcmorralie the former and at the
sane: a possi- influence in
j favor
fli-mocratic of !
a audience, from which i in lion. ll<'}iro.entative fiotn the first Ui-tiie-t) i S I extending their II am gratified in being able to relit! &

4'4 the most logical manner mutt follow demoe.ratic found cloAL'tteni with such nu-n as Uiaiiey) ofOhin ft-llowdnp, when they viI1 |It. lility of gottiiig the latter: ,) may make them | Road towards Fort Gaines, with the expectation I nnr.icy of ail by stating that .Mr. Cbj'!"

coitbcqucncofc.( Hejigreed with fJen. Voiily, COLIt1Ig events cast their al tie to comjtre-hcnd: the force of )Ir. Huch-i sil'uly! blind: despite their bttte-r jtielgments, S : of ultimately reaching Pensadola .| health daily improves, having just left hti

Cass that winu'Iiow or other the people) ; ol shadows be-fore." anan's reinaik that the Demoe-ratic party i i.> I j V) the real elesign: in this jlot of the fieesoil whereas, hail they adopted Mr. Tift's { cheerful and bright, amused Vith rhe gambols

Ibis country art' in fa\or of a change of administration Now hut the Unian th true Union '. proposition of a ot innocents the euiMrwof
we hope men of the Partv.Unt allies. Hy it the election of Whig is and connected group ,
a thing which, but for the lateness ( South will send Albany w ith Oglethorpe, the household.

of tho hour, I should have telegraphed} ) of breaking
you as jicwp; if I had not thought that vou. between I tho Abolitionists and I'ire letters of thi-s Southern Whig editor, on the this ilauling object, they will throw a- Middle Florida in the scheme, and thus secured -j letter recommending Gr-n. Cass tor the Pre-

might have obtained it from other ,sources.- we hope they will send el'Ji'gates tln-rc who r condition of the Northern! Whig j-aity. to the'i' Mile all caution' and! while apparently! giving lor their Road as well as Savannah! an I;I iiency! as i is stzited iu a New York journal,

Judge Doughs) niter a full exposition of democratic I. will co-opeiato with the tiuc JacksoA; D'-rnoc-: atJoTiUmi of the Whigs of Florida. He Kiys: j I II their votes to Southern, or at least conservative extensive and! valuable trade-far more in ant 1 commented upon at Itngth. Iiicotver*

; loud Jociiiiies.and principles eat duivn amid i L. racy-le'-aflitrn the doctrines of the (ie-orgin I It I is inj.ossiU: ;' for Union men I to affiliate1 I men, will in fact be giving them to those the it-lded.long run than the other route would have nation, he has not hesitated to avow Instig

4 hurrahs.Gen. (Convention-...-engiaft the j principles! of theC'onipromi'e with the !Northern Whigs. As national 3) admiration of Lis patriotic and disinterest
a who
viper like, will their
Lane mr.de the next speech, and a upon the liiiliimoic I'Litloni)I, orgaimalioM, the WJ.i_ jiirty' no longer ex- j, i'se power, if they Presidential Movement. i-ourse in the Senate, and his prefercoce for
good one it was, and loudly it was applaud- and such ists. are fo unfortunate as to attain, it, for the imtiolation turnover other of tie Democratic I II
ed. : biing out some man as Mr. Duch- It I is i diifirganijU'd' and disbanded. 'Hie ; Mr.! Seward of Thomas introduced the any candidate

The ann for the Presidency. Northern poition of it i is led and controlled I; and destruction of the best interests i! following preamble and resolutions into the 'I[ party.:

coriiplias having done, ICossuth tetirod For ourselves, wo honestly believe that I mainly by Free Soilers and factionist luven I i tf the very men to whom they are indebted : L.\sen SALKS CorroN-tckafl
at a late hour, and with him tho Georgia IIouso of Representatives the'ir '[ OK
mnjoiilyof thish the the on
only in which Messrs. Fillmow
way country can We-btcr hatv lost their I tir that
.. L the ladies, who bad come to illumine the Ii3 saved. lithe Southern Ur.ionmen remain I influence there, because, in their ofiie-ial capaciti'K power. th instant : J i I'rices.-'I'be New-Orleans IklaoftheI

broke company) with their sunshine. The paily out of that Convention, the Conpi] olsi-e: wing : they hate Leon deposed! to do simple The Compromise in Kentucky. \Yhereti3, the stability arul peminnonoc of tr.e Oov-j j ir.st. says: The sales of cotton in this ffJ rkct

:: up about midnight.Jen. : r.1 the Demo'iati('1. party-the tine Jackson 1 justice to tho South. Co-operation witlr, Mich The following! Resolutions have been introdncecl eminent ih-jH-iuU ujmii a faithful aiibrrritce ti> the J! since XPW Year's dny, according t3 0=r
4 ( Cnss, iu with Gov. Kos- true ]iiincij>K-s of tho Constitution: An l vhmns. thgrtz.t
Democracy-will ba overwhelmed by 1cotiuljjuic.d men v Seward, and Dayton, and Corwin is in the House of commercial record have been ov0TiitJ
with, called to-day (by appointment Mr.% f I'e-presentatives of ]iriui[>Ir8 of CVtu-iitutioual equality Clay. : ) on power of the Van iiuieniles nndKhettitcs out of (he question-i-spu-iaHy us the great'the. Kentucky Legislature : fully! .'brved! ansi l carried out by the <-ln>iee of a I thousand bales for every business uay. Set-

-.1 Free Soilanti-Coinjtromise: ticket mass of their followers tic wholly unsound Jievilred l lq tlir Gentral AMrntlly, of ile ('0,11l1p0UITllL Chief Sliml-tratf- |n& **<*, and i* wiliiiuf to sus t the
MrCqrwia'c Pieport. will be nominated-the ilivery agitation I tia the slavery quest ion." \ "f Knttur!:>r. TJiat the State if Kcnttii-kv bUn enlightened ntul hbt-ral views in the lulaiitustrati I lers have had the advantage in prices

Wo have published! tu! mateii.il parts (.I.f wiil bo rc-opencd, and the Union will be Thi* is Imt reiteration lap; |>rove! r>ii'I will nuiintnia I tlie M-rit-s >f l.nvs fiuuttJ n e>f the (;lovcnitiu-nt, nati: ii9l: i'i their character. '' whole time, and our planters obtain
a : of what we have | hy tLo CVisijifsft'llic Uriitwl Rtiit e-tubnioin '(|niilly within its poiiy nn the report of the Secretary theTreasmy. I itin lost. -!*, rtnunonly ? : thing like two dollars a bale more for
MM! tune ami a* the great CVnlV-dt'racy of the Ana tiean Statt-*, to
ngain in our columns, and jkio\vn dunproiiitsa nwaureM. a-t n liiial aut JH a a-1
will be Been that henrgues strongly favor of !I We tlnow out ther-e hints for the rejection U'' .:finite fi-ttK'iiu-nt and uilju.-tnit-nt of thu \f\ed < to:(I fcciioiutl i-u -3, il'-uluteil in their temUwy to i j cotton now) than they could hate elocc t tea-

e increase ofthetnrift', particularly withiegardtothe of our Union fiiends in the Legislature, and no ono M-ho will take: the trouble tn look )< ant] ;jri-tt: intrt ts involved."Jfrjoltv juestiiM INturh thi> liurmony oftLi Unii'ii: Aiul xrhfreas. ( days since.

: iron interest. Now the census leturnefchow hope they will take some action in the premises over the past !hi-tory of that party, and oaro- I, That tins, State of Kc-ntuckj" expects[ the Hon. J-itsies Biu-lisimn. .>f iVniHylvania, luw o- i j I IItErItrTS
niul min: irit of(i.-itorcsti'il pitri"tisn, nral i in lii-, ;
that the number of persons engaged i before they disperse. The time lor action fully examine its j re.erit condition, will June v iiicasure-*, the rromcitiotw | or COTTOV.-A
Ilast hictory r-huwn hiinlf to l
ins sluill ] >e an and
tho production of pig iron and iron castings is :tt hand. This is day of faithfully: uniformly, fully. nnt a
progrcFs.-- the hardihood to deny )t. iiiilicil] villi anti! put into execution, in their i-iiod fctiitet-inua: I5c it therefore t telegraphic despatch states

in the U. Stales, is -11,037, and the capital I'arties, like individual, must move forward, Much i.s hard by the about the Into qmit uuJ meaning, by the jM-oplc of her t-iiter Jtl.e5l, \ISV the Senate ami House of Repreonta- Cotton at all the Southern ports,for the pr *-
invested 3J,762,7SO. The aggregate populntion if they expect to accomplish) great results. Ncsievgcr States. tives'of t he JS fate of (lee-riria, Tiiat wt rettnruien4 I j ot

of the U. Slates j is, in round numbers, Why not hold a meeting, pass resolutionsap reasons irhy the Union party f-hould rgo into Rritnlreil, That the Stitc of Kentucky will main funu-H ich.'uian( i>' a ruliate(! f"r the next 1're-i-i ent year to exceed by UOyOOO bales tho 3
I lie Haltiiiiore tain the Union (.f the States anil the 1-Vik-ral (Ttnisti Jeue'y, worthy the siJTra e!* >f the Amerii-an JKHpie. |' last for the sam? period.
23,000,000. Thus, then, wheie one man 1 is point committees! find lake action at once ? Convention! -such, for instance, Jiexuh'ftl further, That year _
ttition, lit nil! its juirN, to the extent of 1-er vrerperuiuncu'Iitii'iirt K.1
engaged! in the production of iron, or the man Now is the time for Georgia: to lead off. Alabama as that the "lire-oaten ami '. free-soilers nil hnzariK ZiLt.ttiuiSt; all rcv<>luta( : i-fforts ability of'nny, at King, of AlaUimn? as a ejnulLLte f.r Vice 1'rfsiileut. CCr Among the regular toasts given at t tie
ufacture of iron castings! tiiere are 520 en !holds: her Union Convention in adas. few will combine to overpower the Jackson party or )1-xly of men ; but he wilt ubinit ti no ennmclitiantd ULOO.MKRS Democratic Uanqaet of the Jackson Association
gaged i in other It i is A ( her right. whether M> J.OXGKK HLOOMJNO.-The
pursuits, now proposed, spontaneous) movement on tho part UJKIII of property or I
in order to Keep these, -1 1,037 i in, business! of the Union men of these leading Southern Democracy, and all (that kind cf Fluff__.to pre olhei) w}*t>,IIH guaranteed by the CoiiMtitutu n, nnJ Mich days of tho Bloomer style of dress, about | on the 8th instant, was the following

r 4 thftt the balance of the community amounting States would not be without its moral effect vent which de-legatee from the Union ranks iiettary law us are rwjuireil t) enforce it<* prui4 i- which we heard so much last spring appear *Thv Vmncmtic PartY : We bo

: l, 22OC,3, Should be taxed twenty or 'upon the country at large. Now is the time fhoiihl bo Kent on, Arc., tVc. Tho absurdity Re&irtl. Tint hU Kxn-llvnry, the fJovcrnor. IKJ to them bo into numbered. The attempt to introduce party: a* a Unin priiiciples 1'arty":which in ctmtradicincnou'tumljaMHtul bare ever pwcni**' "

thirty cent, on the stlue of I for action arid we hope the Union of re-juctei1] l to fin nril a of England has failed signally. .Mrs. cor.t'*t &
per % every pound) I men at the tiesc ivasons I* so glaring 113 hurelly to 10 rfipy these Hefolutioiis, to MIH-C the great contest tf> 1H Ia that
of iron tacit of the Senator* and l Kepreseiitatives Bloomer herself it i is rumored has also aban tLe Jd '*
they may bo required to puichate.- I Cnpilol may embrace the nusj.icions opportunity cf Kentucky rifjht tnumplu-tluver eunlILl.sVn,
quire noiice. A bare mention of i I3
t the in
And this i ia waat the Whigs call piotecting to accomplish Rich great lesuliE.rjA in e'nongli the Congress t-f the United State'c'T dotted the costume, and, says that, if she had element to all 1 fret- Aotr7rnentf,

domestic manufactures to t-how their folly and 'ucke'dness.W .- knoun the ridicule sio! to endure sh
and rcpcuiu the intluetry : The Legislature of Texas has instructed was CHEAT BHITAI.V ono

of tile coua'ry from conipeti'Jon vhhtho ( :: vise philosopher once iird that if c do not Mippose) the editor of 1 the Messenger the Secretary of State to to idea would; that iicvor the hate attempted the reform. The and possesses and a's I *

( osup.T hbor: of K'it>po.-Jtichiiuxui .L'n 1- r.nytUnjr would make: a irotmn swear, it wzu1Loki really believed the-m himself, hut thought 4 and draw $ ,OtOOO( of iro the debt Washington due by- have teen dress was immodest seems to forty-seven fcteaufehipj, of whicb """
ur. J I'ur her ni ( in the Jai k. it more* fatal to the experiment than ) two iron steamers, eleven
ins; j3s make
t cap nece*':?ry to a ;lat noiv, e&% cn tho United States. anything be.: :' 1,500 i tons burthca each. -


U '

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late? from Earopo. Democratic Rational Convention.WAS.IIIMJTO.N -_- .- .- .- 'T

'an. 1G-Til" Dlili3h Mail January 1, 1653.TV POUT OF ST. MARKS. i. "W KEYES, M. D., Dentist, Books, Stationery, Pandy Goods, )

ha!! nrrived at New \ o-L 'Jit Danoc'taU: P-Jr'y thrsuphtut t'ie Ctriv ; AliUIVCI). HAJj Kicatctl in Qtiiixy. Otacc iu Li3 rciWtr.ee, 3Icwn : ;
-Fr---T rpllEbtorkan.li.iterc'tr.f
Jaa 18. Bark II .1. O. 1iwni'
C which port she leli on the A concentration <,r opinion: frca ail the} Ucwllvn, Sljcnuan, Saw York. January: 17, 1H52. t \Vion! :
; CLEARED. m-,5' Lv the sub"cnb-r. Im wiil! c.irr- r (
ititi'S, as far .11 pracfeaU*, upon some time
$i E1 t. jr--j,_-Cotton has declined an and piaco! for holding th? next National Dc.t J in. 19. Barl: Join Doi.hani, Grav. New Yoik. Plows, Plows, &.c. tJU-II; ? a at the Old SUniL Jjirpe atd-.IW'n-- ;
2 0. been made to tlie Stock and rood
BrIg Sawjutacc pu > will bo
rirtnv in Liverpool in consequence or ratio Convention is in dispensable lo the Perry. X-w Yori.IX 3fPLOWS, No. CO 15 Plows, A Ni. 1 p-.Ii-hitl. "tsntly% received. All vrji-rs fcr goods not in

$*?. C'ha-.ing occurred ia taking the i ,union, and organization of tha for the PORT < d-x 101 10 Ae d.. 2 du. will Lie jHtnctua'ly filleiL
:10 I
i K d.. .
investigation ta have irk LltwUvn. Sbennnn : Gtoi, Fal Hi 5il r.Cottoi: ritrt A lar. of aivl luxnbc!
of ?.1 n-oved on Presidential c-invass of 1S32. ra. <', irn; p% e upf'iy new i
/J.} ( tfiaund bales more than had1 With this view the l'rii'3 J. O. Andereou, 1'ayne; O'nole Brant ; Su- Plow I'niiit] -'; Srvthw. C Cr.-vll Se-v4L.} %. expecu-d by the l't of February, to-jctht.r v.-5th i
Democratic mid
National Wfth lHje, ry. I'iMtts tu *uit all the above Plows. lai*. I }IUItatI. Strm?*, Ac.
betl Witfcd. T" "leS n Thursday Committee: ," consisting ot one from each Cleared from New York f->r this Port, lrk CI. W.ortou. Jti-t rtft-ivtil and fi/r j-ale! l.
t71cra&y, ,,.. let and 2J iasl. amounted to State, Jippcufcd by thu Democratic National, I Packard: hmily Minor. brnith : Mary Varnvy Jnnu.-ury J7. K-*. 2 IICIP. A RUST.Rove's cuto all 'work flu'.Lfullv" tr.d at rei nced pri.i>H. >

Corn was dall. Flour had Convention of ISIS, to tha Democrat Stu' i--s ; brijVttci<< lwcl! : C-sJiTH J.-nv- \VM. Ii. HAYVVAKO,

4OJ Coso1src quotsu I !? caae nnd \vilh promote iv ; srhr. Laura Jane Delano. Celebrated] Prize Crusher.V By D. ELLIS. !
ciC. n'll
ec3 P jxnvcr to v.ie.in- t'patXruYork on the lt'dt! int fur thU ]> .rt-- IJ a svnati..* Tuldiassce! January 3, 1 652. 52
; of th-!. MIl
des, iis.se.--.bled.! itt this Jmn : (iTt a Pluitation,
: i in iiiranl.( Chine
city, pur&cancv of a I by Essie J: HazunJ ; brig llfrald.] -*-* cue h".a.lrdand !
tDUofltY for Louij Xsp> \vell-c3UsiJcreJ call L'K \ Co*. Auderxin A trfty of Cora at lca t l I
for Cu. eehr.
tint Cuhanatt. Tobv. (affir I
: fCtThe purpose at uhich I ; I ji.iyiifj; : all tJiienvP of t-ruLm.! tic..) in
La-i 1
,-., ht .. ) meeting< on the Dih and 30th of December, _A Church.. thiuaanil I tI! t< Mule* or llotaea utu lw: inud* every or 3F.ur f i !
; e.L
Hoi, and the 1 t of January, 1s51:!, the thSr.tyone | huifirinl: burKely can I-.* uia.io or m\vil i i
.cuithn. 17, 17 .-Cotto li States of the Union were The greatest remedy of the iiga ts'm to l<" the celebrated ev ry tL niand ]Lv eru.Iiii.: c -iie. an 1 ftxuuij to :
repivsc-nted. medicine oil Jed IL O. Tarrrll's Arabian Lirn. Inrs :.ri'l i-tall cattli*-u\L tf which t TnT1rC 5 (
rktt cent: And J confercuce ifuarcutee. !i.>r.'by ipv.-n t'tr.t b-H'fcof ?
our upon vuih Democratic A Mill '
:! amounted "to 1,503 ( of netubers ; 1110!: t. It i is u&l as an uxtensal jplioatJtju, sn.l is I .ooujo't'te nt the F-ErniiV f tw o Lofn capa -- f-r: .>ttv.k in, :!.(- ;ri-ri-ia I{ Atiuntur.nd 'o jlf :
toay Congjcfes and consultin city, ; i. For
The the action a cujwniif "i'ln/: its cri-cdui. n-I1; Ri ttilwill
: be
bail to po'fosa woi-t wondui ful kr hhio o'i! ihntati ;- -JAnodii{ TjJUih.is-ee} : ar
of istato Convention, a* las is thev have exprcsscd iuolities ? 1'lai iti in.J trnaraitee, 40 extnu This J1I1I! will Store Tlionai, Hay.vard, on t.e! 2tl T M"u-iay iu
bslf-? from Washington that the cord ny wishes on* the subject,* the Corn quieting pain, rest -mi* j'ilieh: l Inn)*, rfc. A fcien 1'I cmb 1 ciht] L'ntics of en *cf u-i-lumfceil cnni pt-r hciir, ti*?oRii lit tT* oifi'*e of the'Ci.rk! of Ci-fuat: C'rt.ii ;
ce Kossuth and Cspt had a most wvera bruise, vhidi'threatened >eaviiaii l an make a thorough] mixture <,1 the whole ,<- Ilondav ;
; between niit tee vltb entire have ir ; un -'---- ; and in Mailln! ct the tRe ff
1 TespoadcIle C House unanimity, :;rrivtd ata ''ii ; lie had u ed several remudu-- effect when j cruhe.sheaf onta. hav, or l.xi.ler with C'.erfc'! of the
called for iathc on I conclusionhich iso ( J liiul eared corn- Circuit: ( Court on the 4th ; f ) (
vill be they lesnectfally tubiuit heIMC was _ Lou? t try 0. Fmruil's Arabi.ii I.wti- ; aricle! sf f.iiiiilraeal- January nert. He cndrsirned Conaiil i *ner-
f for your rntiacation.conlingly :nt. on Ix'ttU cf l hfh (*nirt>!v <- iro'l liim. W \\ill; last fifty \ etiTi' e i"atit .11*. For fi'rtl.er i'i- ttirl zt the times Itkl hb.re tuentieitl'-ll? t
--of allVisoi.aLttion The Democratic National Committee ae-1 have 114) iL-uiit fr.>ni the extent
The Uatindcn Cat tiU'ointnend! that Convention hull t-xivMoiit iiK'iliL'iiie >.e v.oulJS luivc liai} a bcrk u.-. TbL! huiec, vln re firei-lnr: cnntainin diagram": to tneet them. arid give their aid t"
a ofthe ith]
paper of time of it. hoc athir'iniiiit.. ; ) {>--cinieris of the Jliii'swork.can
fcru' : Deniocrntic |Ji1y throu! hout the Union, ___ I I t" te! j 1ItI.tt.*e at Na.ch\iIe! Tenic. eoriiplteu citizen&n ,enterprise wid the so important to the 5aterpt
every to Kt-wral !
: of
sect, iinsujt following pasagrapb; bv legates duly joinied by the Dcmociat- Jar.auv; IT, l > : *.' It ii rirtt-pmry !
Tallahassee u.
t.ri.t : I Praaie, Sash, Boer, and Shutter m JAilJ'LS EOTVT. onJiJent'y cnpcctf d that a Lbenil grant of j I :
| Ur's-lJ'nvrnor; Cnll, of Hr-iiua, has ad- of the e veral late.s !I'e Itch] in the ciry of Factory. vill Le made bv CoiisreM to assiif io the efn-,

f ,ailr to !he Florida Seutiael, callR *]hjnmon Tuesday! the I 1st day of .1 utic' Notice. <-f this R.>aiL But we can never rfoomniervdtu

Wlii** 3II1 Democrats ta 1flCMt 0:1 j iSi U, (at 12. in.,) to nominate canu'idutis for; !IV\ BOWEN\ ) !, i I ]|'T1i.i. o. I;. ;.i. !,(>\G having Mnrne-l to HcnrTa! the nn.i.-iri'i: > <,f<,tiiT* s'. f. r.Hir? ntvi .i iheiJir -

: ""I KJjOcs of tlw GtmstituUou, aed j J!reI ii'iitit and Vice Pioudeut of the 1'i.iteil Pr : r :nl of Jacrol I ; n prepared. t. i!'>rrrrt, for n few wot-k*. si!! who !! < ourerlvfft. V e enni. tiv l 1s.rie tint! ov-ry
nn may 'Ua ir,- j; knnwletlir- the Stcm of z u will iubEcriiw for stuck, 3ioul-J! it be Lr "a
f iiil.'r. lieiiul only
f"f fIII' : thC CSAWU I : Sta to bu fcapuoited by the Democratic t: ; j l'r.tIit4 ctie iiitnKlu"e'J !Iv Li.n iutu ).utt.fJ.tjn C gle t Luc.: !

iJ.i.'1 | party nt the <*K Mn.n on Tuesday, the second IJEGROES I' suranotr. Tbia M -vtt-R* hns mere ilian} : fnifdIeItf iuuty RICHARD ITAYVv'AItlN ; !
'. AT
.-" ?. Governor! The thing car. j day of Nov'inwr! 1S. AUCTION.j ( the "xrirctriion thoMj who Lave already rocked C..ANDKHSO.N",
: / ;L" os j /-YN V.'lll: NKST>AV ii- \t, .'ai.tmn' 1 i:. J>av' 1 ltu th' ttri''ti ci nISc lOUEHT LYOS. ,
te ion. The ur.J e -
of NiitiomJ is i of
fuis iiiuioots; : M yr '| j jfratfies Coiiventien of ISiS 1 { in pnncipitns, i
adopted fe e, tbe'
: : bv-K Soatlieru ccttra*r < the *- :
\r. 1)) : and follmvinr tccom uciutHtioii :IB to the uum- T\v<> L'n I ; S rv :nts. L _t : -0 -. ri.te-i-: .. _\ t ki>\. n to nitdiciiitt. KICilAKD: ; K CALL,

; : ('x:; fr her of di'lijg-tfs! t<> be chosen in ech Slate : Th It I\ U'LL.! *, Atcti'.ner d.c. [S .l p,i-M.i -<
j ** ii."soct-d! Thai it be iccotnmenucd thstwicb J;tflUU.Y21, ,:. ii r ......"* .'i JJdreNH;, At il.c. *t. j'j .i"r:>L.L':. B:;:.nwrd, Jr., __ !
1i l65fl, was *Je* laScst hcrdeI eaftk '- H bo promptly utivdi, (l if. Furniture Chairs die.
Pe:1' Stat be ,
: t ,
< as ..zaniflL& !
1'ii' ( )dt1UI State iri the Cnion. Tlic in future Demoeratiu National Con I htl.utATy 17.fi2. 2: tf {Sontincl! tf j TST'E. 'a : have just j received frian N'ew Yrte rwr : ; ;

.:n kl'llin .-;= foflo' :- vealions] as it lus in the electoral college, and Carolina House, Quinty, Florida. *I ,.'<>nr T'lrmifriTtt Suwonnee, a. further' supply Liwwvuje L !
r-n., ] a/*, j5,4S1,1I bnshels ; Ohio, flt) more. < fi0"1.1' -T.4INK! < t Ve arc ranv opeccs? at our Fnrcitcre Bears !

,, nViMrginia; I4.51o.090 ; Newi"n073.0M By order of the Democratic National! Con.U. .- !! i>.f. nr. i> r.Tc, that npPrtfcllr I \vIiicLc invite atfer.tioa. I

;' Michfeati. 4,1 18,000 ;- i -, -j I ; 'cp-.irehjjxutJ.eaK'v T &' }.Sti1i1iWCi.* Gal :.til 1 Pl-Ju Back Sc-fas,
IhVi 1 ; ft OLi3 Placed tiic J T. HALLETT, Chairman. :iid wid ipnr ni' ;iaii to e ,iitribte tt Tefe a Te.es end D3Quartern i
) : 4.494, h. -rifrt <-f tlu rksIT1.. r bble! ill auJ Boole Stan- -
be -
: The 5pvcuv? crops Wji.: F. lliTVnin, ,i ___/ t I! :tti i viifi ihi vim I Work
vCom. >; in-'t ihntciin Stand awl Oltoluans
rn04 < **. 4 lx pronire-.i. and il.ti tr.. ?, ..
.. >"oWv.OWbushd: of IndianJl IL II. STAXTQS. i \I'ar uIwasz. j Ividt'd> vi It i-Jtoiee Wine. Li i'-.>riifi' Of Chaff', we have & great vsjitiy. Xww

!. vrOt Rc-wkv 5 00.000iiuioi. ) ;- j < i-.r-. 'Jiifv rntt'nllv n-k a continnancc of iLe ; Jenny had Cottage CLairs,
Indian.KMMXWOO TCP- Ibji i ;'la.i'Bu'Ce: Ler .t /:orc I'XtfDtk'u to the iou >. Astor Gilt da do.
i.'KWIW -<
.. :, ; Suitable to tlw time; an-! our trwnw ( wys the Xcirk : r&ia (_. (0DThLfl.: Fancv Cane Svat da

7J('! tv. \ Kvstiujf !' st ; rt tL f Mwiuj JjuU of a (: I t;. V,'. 8TARX S Wlit. O k and "VTalnnt lo.

i'ht' con cmnof IS50 for iHc % 'vhol I'uimn! t j xt. wbjrfi we ate pretty rim* tl .' .tri.r 4 I -; =- (,''.ncy, .Taitary r;. ls2. 2 tf Ifh Eottorr? rt> I Pae Wood CIair ,

,,. -?,* I i.s nsi-n s over 9)OWOOt.P of r i public lini Th-v 'r bf>>re f-cta, nt ks; ia Enar'i-h : n-l j Office and Diiii.lioom

M. about 40 per cent oa tlat wili a wiah w : tike out t phi :
1.> a ers. nit 1 vir fiaa! !
fj44. _-_ and 1fttwuA ; uartiji t"i h. -" !'. id! ..9{ V nj i wul it'.r---'n.- !' bee the iJMir ) TJ .ii j rt'.il (ii ii oVio k lYrf'ma.c .',. f-Jjortly l*.- {prtqnrcd ioniaKe ;s '/ ,' .Tam-r.rv :?, 1 c5-?:. 52 ;
[;:T Tie aavaw; aS / 5 Matting .Nez:S osry mf a ray ip. s / ( article t>f C-jiiu i (J.ut. Also, to repair all Gin* >
Sat \iilt a ps in oa Lis biae; jC01Js '- ul i rtfd t uV.i tk.AdnissionSoses :-H-uf to nat the -bortest notice. i : !

coaiostoufe cHil.-n'jred ainJ imp roved. The v fjivst chic \vitb iaoeoe gray, | 50 Cents; Pit, 23 Cents V.Y: \varnuit all nork d-'Ut; at rear to Oils, Tallow Grease, and Ohio !

.Vcwis; neutral in p *lJuc but oae the L' sas Seoiua J ever haif o oil as L'a -- 1,4-), m u workmanlike loaciur, ami to he manufactory lafi-iaftion. i ffj-l !>:iiit. ] !

'lie 1 I chara'.lprib'.irs of r. a K-'iiii s!! r".t consist iut'.f ) V, o not intcndf* be c-xt-ellcJ! ; BATIRELS ;
1 in
excellent for all that lulled byW. only saw tbe lx>ads Le lolj; the \vorkm SlitLuifry OIL Prke 75
paper t tjr --t cu''iotan!! f Lts-r the! .
Iliie refit Ito.ii: human si Lt were Lid : : quaLity o'ir ( uuVV >. pergj.

T. 'IJjoiapwB. Esq., will fcuo\va as the EaE i sphere iroai out 'rtiiadu'vv rlIcd.&t1yiato ,; Equestrian, Gynnastic i 3rcr.2.tic Talent] I, !, \ are located eleven uiUeXortheast of juiui1 2500 Oall.'ns Do. Jo.I .

Major Jones" ol wveral of our SoathcrtiTE &hJ5vi. L'vt-r; c.itcci! u.i in &..,c tnveU.uj c.uii-iuy.| 1 :.4-i r. near Ceritrevil'e.' ou :lie road leading from I I I| iri cuks of venous sizes. ftiee 73 cts per
: I Tii1ktiaYi! tf to 'l'huizuu.ville, where 200 Barrel., B-uc-tl J'i Lit 01 do.
we do.
11trr: eUterp1 AnJ all with bloojy ttaios were red. Haslc! Dram and Hcrscmunship --iuit flujiatronaifc 5,1 the I'lantcn iu rertiully.Florida Mid i j!| ".!)Itt) C-allons do ik d> ;

.ind f 'ul widi l i.ts uf Rab' hue- ; BAwl iiig l.ere cnictr.tr..tt uio tne {grand 1lirt'.fuk-i i tlit So.ithcm x.irtku of tMfri.! ,. ia eosks i f vnriocs sizes *!<> d<> iTr) 00* :

: SNOW cirafix. oi the luage&t derationtbn tint gi-ay 1-caJsr.van arl.<>:1A zaid L3, co.il: : iu<.:iui, in \uiita ', D. H. A J. U. SLATON. :;.r il> llarreU T .wnrrf.? Oil, Vsriots liiyl> and ;

; vas t'vcr kiowa iu <*reat Uiitain occur prayer with every Lead he drew. MIRTH, MUSIC' MAGiC! MELO-DHAMA Ji.ntnrv. __; _17_,. 152. 2 Cm ties, fnsu So to CO ceuta pr gallon. !
a Liok vefl" 1500 (G&UCMK Ca ks f various sizis.
; % a solemn v--icc Lt-gaa, Yarious }
i.'3 iu Mil. it is cuitied ia the wgister of 1 j Oabi2n i&1)CO1t2tth'be j1agqberca; tqi'ITATIO.V S1'LL'TULEI Groceries, &c. asid qualitie-i. from 25: to 5o centi per gull- ? j

t." |iariii of Wottaii Uilbert; that it b 'ga 1 Kw h) $ i i* ere niea'-uiii M'ji f ir nmnAixi l,A"M miK4 FAIKIJ I AM) TL.Y,, i: ; received jr WatlL Puttes, fin ia New Orpnou 50 Tons Tallotr Grease for Heavy B&srirKis. I !

uatluuB their arse JLtchintry, 1:1 IXirrels or Cafeks, of
app iTrt any
tlie 15di of lauaaiy a;>d continued* t U < MM biiliur-l un'fi, luavJ < -
on I : O I Miiiiii! bi-tcney reqaimL J'riee 6
cents lb.
MOW crery day osiil the I2th of larch.- j I looked Tbtf? ghdiar jurain rosary aa-i fondly wliii r deen&d grew, |:Mc!tdr lam ka? Me s IWk! ?- ,mid b'LoahJcr!', :150 i t-bt Too market OU price.MiU'Litiery > 3Iincral. Tdiit, ia Barrels per ,> at the -

Tbm\ of huuiaa ]life! s& &t-il as febfcep atu ii The criaiM'B t-t ua 'o- fro uout stemed, wiii admi' oil\ < a i-ifiUt-; ; ii'iitt>. otilte innUr a!! 75 ca baTetfe ITains siupir end cam!, Oil, warranted not to tEll in !
extra erfine tie coM !
Let? foul the bl-its! t of aabk bue. ou.mymcutU. t of wi! >ch thv&c rcau.ts ae tufcU-J, viz (Li I SO fc gu]< Flocr, weather raid cocsiJcred
teat tittie, was itrneflSe. wonderful I Tiiskey, by those Uit it equal ;
; ( withiirfisJidfirmy 5 w J.nrd. SjKria OIL -
: T t 2 R iltd I'aiiatOn; --i-: iA .a 0:1, ..a ,,.
VAUT o> Sj.ivt i\ VIBGIMA.A fvdirj.icit ie man -Irop* a'i rfat-r sphcrt";; Fig Ifominy, 'Il '1nte.

fleiity-cue slaves belonging to tin; Ma.i I ee tbe bioud fctain i3ir Drawn in |t7i>cci u tW 1irLy 1Ii'-L.L.,_ V ID .-. OrurErsEi., 1 aw Ooikrtuj.tlTTrrr io l2U7 > fUJipri WI tn 1'T'
Aud thetI1tb1ti11.f2 Jt !
appear oonuitng ihoHEXOWNEU bove. uan e.l artieles, uid luutto isSinaO 1 : : ;
5 fcdt> flutter my
of Wax PflJLtOfl of old i ind Mieii ,
f uo: ) consisting :.iJ t-uick rttuna" K
and children d letter li-cra Jerome Ecnalionajiail lrakr .tretf! wrwir the /Wrf.. '
young men, women vu \ wiji execute *rvert popular rnarc1"ot ;- j & KOU'LES, Auctioneer', dc. ( J1as'.VEW ;

ii'. rccardrd at above ordiaary, \vei sold at Kin; Jr.aL1e ; -', on the night of ..imt_>;., wli'le mavinw; iliroujru i jt- sircets.AuotiKT Jiinuoy 10,1 1s32. 1 YvfA:
nLncilwrj. January 3,1852. 2 tf
ztther 4th aduresteti ti.o
letter I
iullaxviug iran feature of tijt Uatnpisv. and nrv-
Va.zt1Iie average price of$553.: to bis nej he\v, the Prvsiucut of the IepUhIhI ,. .. i j lirnto.ore a'tcrjjjrte'i !hv anv ntner! travt-limj? Es. CARRIAGES AND"3UGCiEsTD. Received this

>tiewgro\ man, -n-hhoul a trad?, sold forif :My: DCAC NSMIEV : i'lt-noli blood j la llu\v- !.'t.Itnas i.t. :> tUJJ! ton: to iLe E UMinaa 1Voujuf ; E. HULL, -. BBLS. WATER Morning

>> : a vii-nsa wtH: a child leu inoutltb'' in;, stop ii by fcjuou* apM.] ah iu the people. .1 cui:.; !t te ja,*->-?ftTf- *( \FIt>; 'f-r -aha: sj/lendiJ nrt *j 3 lo. Butttr CKACKEHS d,, ,
1 ir EI A 55 A r i c CPS : jtient }
f' Carriage*cud
V iN ; n th. : .lii1 ti. j.nIte. Al.- >. inSfore.
; > : a u. % i : r rrt'ii'i. 'J 8 Firkin Dutttr
i lr StJGO.) \ 1' second proclamation, in which talked' ol ery z.igit fjr Family use, -
' > On Uie public road of irguiiai j you t a';%ery IfltI' tIt2' ,;1 ri..t '\. ('1141 Dranut. ) itIJb.i., MiUtui-.iie.! *. 1hn.esof ail) kind I.tI& 1 Tierce Rice: "
j ,
' 150i jtl-biscile, is !adJy received by the people, l t'-' d..u.h-wij! .inglv. Cornice of'all
yflo arc hiaag tit from 8110 to $ J THE Tnninjiics I ft libU.; Crushed
SPIRIT OF'76 Scgar, :I
r; I who do not consider ii the re-establishment I oJ | -it.(i. Sjirai*, Axieis Doltand.. in icr, evtry thin"naally tJ i Boxe*
j Intr J-ic.ij" fccril tbr.iiiiiw ,.. from 1T; kept 1.1 a itore ..t thi. kind. -
_ I liie iigbt of wlTrayc. Li!>eiy; is \\itboatj' I> T' > thit > 5 llasketlleiitick ITr.
: j oi (tie l'<*volafiii.; rv I 1.' 'ots, :: "ilcuir| donut -hort notice.iJtvemhcr .
T Ci or Cosx.-To &bow what uaranU'e if an AfeteniMy does not suit tlu' j' L'7-.I.; ;,l 10 SatksJa -aCifil'C, ; ;
A .le'lcua soil .indclimui' have done, aud Constitution of the republic. 'Jlje bas Old Put General \7ashingtoa rnd Had I __ tf 10 do. liio do.

:-i" <'*r'rie!
d "! tie! t wtiium < 's of cora j pin'Urky 'le the malt-iial; ntl icl 'I l he v. .".c tr iicL< i.i \\i-'i t -rtd! .i.i..g tiWtai i "OAXAWAY fn.ni the 15B :
raj growu Aicto'ry by: a m() % ry : j 11 I .-. !'ic-1 t!. $, I f aatatt'-n s-f' the tutu 10 da Caudle,
'n tae: JOAT 1859. There wet e J an d what (t1 lie iilrtU'rtjfiieiit cannot rin the :20 do. S *ap,

.,, C"s.>:: ; tiiars, a.jd: tV fcurfae.* ia"i cu1ti i- is beaten il ought irequentU to d!*> xvbi'U it i1victonoa i 'ATHEF" OF HIS COUNTRY! -sX'-'ith. V11Ltelll% ""!n A1>AJL Adam f it ni.,?:t 3 ly,1. La.ipOii, &c.it'., tt.r., [
: MOJ t :. IJJH < ;\ Hi ChAi Ci.K. i- i irni'H'uft' -,4; \ irs t.fairt, i K--t 0 iir-tieh: hih. v.rva'.l Inalt i Atteett n-i fur tale by JAMES B. GAMBLE.
tfi .T---S by ene ctnitir. 'fhe hr After haxin beaten the ancient ;
;.n timj.lial jirorfiiM-. < -i i, I'tit Iutqt. ()\ 'I'lli i lft- u tIIiN'r j uiJ bL.k'II.r.. weijrh:* *>* nt I- January 3, iS;?. 52
: 'n-s an i tho product of cads region- the ibtt .sHfjri.iillifi( UF JUS 1JKU-K where tJut J L&PsJ IU. tilk Ihtie : _
per aen- parties, people, poclaim itt '- f- NTI: t.\ a tine :inl t>>l,>mhletjuick __

< nv follows : j wreal sufT.-aije, binccie, unshackled, acting in l .Ls .!. T. A. CIAUEE, Aeut. wheu 'xD to-hnsaniir ortwoon necfhi *.: St. John's Seminary of. Learning -
J- Mat I ? < IOV rute 1! i i.i: a line vcim hi-Uii-uuh.
barrels j | and 1 thinkiaie
via, ; 4 ta&eh and 1 accordance with tiio li! ill!
greatfbt >eily, '% Li breast AT MAPlSttf C. IL FLORIDA.
lie ks
oft ,
'l.1 -<'X: > a bnre pear on hi< Uieknear. J
3ir acrp. noaiinale the 1'retiaent nnd a Constituent AEembly In 1 thiuk. tlw) left .
Chancery. thouLW hbJt- with otlir-r "pHE I Kud of Tru-'tees tike yrcat pleasure in ;
i'enti, 37 fearrds. 4 bttthels. to save and restore the Republic. ).I 3IIDDLECIRCUIT LEON CIKCUITCOUKT. I marks by tlwwhip for fihtiiKj.. llf ajjoo-ilioMhan!!. L IOU1t'flg to the MosMiic irutcrnisy and the !j

M!. chow. ,7J." barrels. It is in the uufiie of the memory of my brotbor '' and a nnujh *ar-jit| 1 l*>ught Adaoi sr.tne lo rearsli..ck he generalv! that the flxert-i-es oftli-* s J, >
the f Da\iJ 1'
Ou iietiUmi ( l1.gue, fituntlia of'Thoruas )
Iluticr:4: -f -. .- t*as, and partak'u his horror fur civil ( of K iutt.} Turn T ittvl! Ci\ton. traders fn'ui Savjuisiali. will h comnv-nre on the SECOND LION HAY IN JA ,
war, IL Y< illis, a xiuiiur, fur sale of ccriuii JUal j
(? I will s-ire .
a the al\ t'AKY NEXT
A. Vaiiipfor, 21 barn-Is and 3 hulads. ] re-.vard for A-Lini un-L-r the sur--riiitt-ridar.ee cf j
that I write lieliew in old I4.t1M !
H. to viu. my experience : j in a safe juil PO tliat 1 j-t Lim, susJ if L-irU-r f or I It iii I- \\i' Ann. late Principal GretuwnoJ :
HeHnps. :Ji J ltrr4 itud 4J! Lu&lidls.v j 15 Y \irlur tf an Onlcr t-f lu IIaii.r J. \\'a\l- J L
think that! Trauce Kuro e aad > a-' ) tlic -fi'uoffutvrLito)
; | posterity i I t jn mail or cegru witapiW) S< uth Carolina aiJed by itimpetcnt) Assistants.
\s 1eki' *_0 J lor. Jsid..e .f said Coart. in su-l c.an.e umie I
barrels. j coavitt i \\ill ri\tf $loo
\viil judge you. to ; nure. Mr. At LD conies among ns J ij.ariae.; the highest
tin- 171 h January, If-j2, at ChauILh r-, 1 wilt : >
r.IUV.Da t-si< i-j
20 bands. AUGU-TI'& II. LAN'fER. t'riionuU .f cLaiaetir.
s Your atrectionate uncle tcholarthip and succes-* I
JOT :4dc, in fitmt of tv! (\,urt lli uo i ioor, BI Tallijii j.e'ml.-r 1S5Lisavtuioh
1.\ari1.n jy! Urrult. rut t1 t jacl.ii'g. and the Trustees liave no h-sit-.tio'i in
3 [ube1.
JEHO.vlP. IJONAI'AHTE.rss ij gt.ce. < the firrt ILmtUy hi JJ-irch next, wi bin I klut ( ; .
Tt* : ieorin.opy till f.r4LOust iieiidln7 tluIi tituti'in. rhi.-
crK direction, to
n>iii aeti ltivrtfld Ml hIW thU UICtUJ! dt.LLI..d
; for i ---- -- ------' : or ji.ntL sutd .f -- -- -- :
of the
putronraje !
W;!Jai l I.Qh( J Hld 10 qunrts, ii iiz; I Ibi.h4s Kississippi Democratic Convention.Jcs.so L tO Arrived. lui.J tlw u-ljiviuin? State. tbioiigLout i :
Lot- iij!>i> crcd U4. I6i. ( -in the T.'orUi Ad hI j
: nfttl :in1 t qnarts >, Jan. U.-The State DemocraticConvention )I lion uf tbe I'lty: of 'I.ti.Ja.t ee; ; aud! lot* uuaiU.-r<.*d 1 }iIt\Tu&t; n-coiu-il by the l.tt.Sel f-OM New 'Jle object sought to be r. mJsiod| by the fot J

trtIpDr. lMl3id zrkle air 7''S'u.J asfiemLlcd hero to-tlaj- 1i fly si1.*, _4*, 2 >.r.2rfi. fcfl, v'7_. mid ::;:. in tlw.tf uUpL In L "iork, v.n invoice ol"i nXvonitnX thirenX! as,Ill ders 1 of this Institution is to dispense the fjcs'ings I !
f 1i14d crtuniie and the Ci ii fant's IKX-J. Ct,1.1i-1t. mmy btyles Isut* h-retcf-m; n r.ouii.1 practical education to all vl o jnay d.--ire i
Ofix IZpo r!. .vend iepj-eeupd, great:4; tlx- :ud ity cf TaJhihntee.lo i
1'O. 'ffur.d in timarket.. Th-re tire alft four .; L become its bcntfi'-ini 6nd tr> 1-rin t *i ttreat '
'ar uil .
e itiirn evnikd. Judge Aliis of Adams 1'ta-thaMr iiav Terms of i alc-CaiJi. <
OSCAR A. JIYKRS, ((; sI 1istzu.rtesI, ttntn 1 invite atrenlion. :: v.itliin the renc'n of i oI'------s. -:t tlv l.i4 huiablp. [' '

1iIittL cou.ily preoided. *cr Clrucm*. I The above vill l be tjd l. wto ia in
( rfne Iijtii tnoi.! ii r.--Ko1iitioifi! of 18S, nod .lautur'v t $, : 7t i nc-nt. J. iL WIJJ.LAMS, r jie'it i>f the; p.'oiert it i- our tle njn to edtcate *1 t I

4. V( ;lI .. : Htt.nie uret lest t iue Viipnia; and KctUirly icsclutitms oiiwr -.--_ ------- ll Ccial* I_ jciLi'I Tna,an4 caRt I ,L f rkttife fi Tuition anti !
: e u f >r ther.Mr rn ff others v :
17(ft8 stud 171JU) In
: ttuji 1Ld .tobt1Ida were unnnimoutly adopted.he cb ;
vr ) Notice. ) tCrUIIL may jire criTted. 'We zp''n1 to i
I Ln1i; u(' out tt f' wt* Fifty delegates \vcre elected to attend the([ MIDDLE cntcrrr-IN Lrbx ci Rcrrr cui 1'. ronutl after e 1&1Ll.tt-TIed public; to Rrt\ us Li ocr ctwrt of : !

i iI h* n'thirtv: aud w !?. us be &Itiworc -National Coavcmion. Lift fur Fureclvsurr .f I'rbate of fiadstlen il.ite. I wil! apply to the .Tat!,'4 i:y, antI save $1* from iaiiure anJ defeat firm in t | !
( Coo-itv fr ,
uy H cb3r't :
I 3 iLfau&iflvdt tii p PjetWintial (.k4 tuts for the tftate were iJ. William! vf.L'i.3ia2'a s Adaiicmritcr of (Jeorse A. Diiw ."4kieccd. und eofi1t, ia lie htpe tliat OSJT appeal \ ,
l'41' T she! from tie hol-iiiic
: -D { i recently 1 14l't!! Peacfjck A lmiiiiirat of all awl th.* 17 e year will tv. tliri.ltHi into two =e j
UIZ1 i. < % *c jJ. il. Taylor second J. Fuitheihind ; January t: (ra i
"* furd ; ; ,
;., i to the ctMiclun'ion that[ J s f t'.ve; rflfVitln t at h. Tuition, ler eath session ti> !
goods in1 duttfla, loiitli and uuteaieiiu, of IJuwi-il -- -
:: JKcJ'' "
1 '''' *-unt j( 'iie prujKJSod Visit Ul ? j I day. 1'tjr the islatft at large Wil'jam I5ail. .
r virtue t f n DWTTP in ChaJicery: in sail causeriTidtivl .
V. .. /f J"d "> %umi- *w.l from the j BY A LL jif-rnon* indht.'d to the et.atc of Arnr* S. !
,1s, '
d and E.: C. Wilkins.hi
I :4ti. l lv InJlr.l. \Vavl.-s linkfr, JuJtri.f S\. hue of IXWMI RATES OP Tl'TTIOX.Tor :
lie i ixMrU4 havf l'ipkin County, doctnMtl., >
11 t tot!,.. W Ui l1'e1uir..d n- '
; I Tlio Cunv addressed JclTerBO -did i'ourt. I lvi11 1r Kile, fur ea-Ji in fri nff
I. : ntion >
1xLIU1 < was by vxrKws to Ttake inmif.Ii.ite] the -
'. t'fli4s.; ( jptivti'ent.. Mil all txiMrtu elernciitary bmtsche to wit : RcaurntL'rrathY ;,
; ; : .Jk; t1se emigratti i g: Datia, Roger Darton, and (jencial QuitUtit L- thf Court llu-isc tlowr. in thn City 4.T Tallalia e, i ha%nig deinan'l* usia-t t.ttiL! ] s'tate, are required*! totlikiTlt Grsnuaor, Arithmetic, Aa, j.tTsf
: ''Hi tl.f t'.rm MuiiJny in Mdn-h n.-xt, wiiiin) : lecr.il ka rs .
i Tit duly Aiitlienticattd > ii .
tiinr man. re?< ui'hiti the time re- >ri., S5 ,
tmit Ijut au wouida WQIJ .,., --.- --.--- -- tlic 1.,13uwini di'M-ribal pan'oic ir' trarti of Land, lyin -ribed by' law, uc th.-v vSH; 1">p Imrreil. For higher Hnlil> lrp1-'p.! Re tnrtt 1i.cte, !
It.ILwAr.-It i ;: in i-aid C'ouuty, to wit : A" 11. U. SESSION'S. Aiirur. :LIi-.tsry, i\i> ient and MinNrn. Natural !
is total PLilaMijhy.
'kLt. ,. kingua; us it oppeir$ ttI US; cfeliniated that t'e The S W of'tlic -
? ,g 4 X XV 4, nnd' ilio N AV 4 of tit'
mi r January I. 1ir2. 2 St (Chtiijrttc? .., .ioii !
Uftft gorz1tn(4 IL' Ve7HJZ.jic T- aggregate of cajiital uhich has beenpeii- X W i&4ecGiuTlt it. X nnd 11OiCAU ps-v M'" 10
;. :; n i.rnent $LUi Li yaffil For LrriiFu.i t*, LLrhs-'r MatIiik>iiHtk >. Moral nndliitcliectuid '
.th at < eU ) to this time, in the construction i of A. J1TE111?, .
: I Political Iii
ume rigui l'i.-ilooj.ly. >iKray',
tr r ail ways in dilTeivnt i L parts of the \vnild, .t- i' January tI. 152. : Master ti 7t Chaif: ALL eriiliterl'tatees J : distributee;, rnd all otlvr t] ttc, jxr seMion, TO

..4k. this 1'1lcw tia* befl iutTre tO d I't[ inounts to the enormous fum of .C 117,780- ] r-fiM titt-rt-sts-.I! in tic estate of llartU

1ttO! tp1'j 4 iTJ2IHEthII.e. LIfl I.i.1! COO, \iz : State of Florida. P.nintbley. h.te of Jctr-rM.ri: Comity, arc noiiGeJ toprcviit In iioitit of hor.liTi, mi-ra'Hy r.ml SIKM.\;

ItUl tu jubi ( LIfl lii Z IflJ tljt ('.)l 1M-: Hallways completed. Cost of construction. tl.eir el.iim< v.hhin ihc tuno limit-! bv I law. v.-ntuie ll.en"Hrtion that the village: 'i iiad :
n1h t, that we uf ILIJ LUfti $40.21 :i ifl IAI- I Hi'iijaniin; Mein, Ajjx-lliut! ,r tIu- notice will be pleaded: in bar of their tLhm-! unnrpae'l mid unequal! iu ti! State. ?
I Miles.; and ;
: % ted equipininrMit. tt. awl uli tadcl 1'tsrtl can lie obtained in f.uiulin :
II '( 'x" *". to In ing Iu&ii tI- jHr i's tn.1 t1 edd i-statis, ate private r
11 *??(Ifl, lii'r' ""d
PPd : > lure; we rcjHiil uill I'j GtM-iuaaie SUttt-a 5,34* 66.775fio.i iUutcJ JK-lU'f WAKkES BRUJIP.LEV.: Adm'r be erected by the Yru.-tci" at an early j'erio'.l. (

Ppk j to' '"""- iLk.' : t-xpulsion iA t tliic tnublvMiuivm. .States 10..S9 i ( : 6G.C54dOO rnilK ApHllaiiti| TI.OIIUI; Tayl.-r Juxl Ilnlip S-.w- J -iferon County Jatiiinry 10, ltt5:t2. i jnj furthr iif'-rmut \kii! l>e tl.cerfiJly jjivcu b\, : -
fli our UUto itiKure ilie<)uict LUFI Kouritjand FruiM-e Ivl8 4b, S3.0ftli )jK-u-Jency if mnpjieal eint; the itntI-r-irtn- :
tb.Lt.ttt f.ir :;: ]k4iLIm 532 ,57GOOtit'OJ itt tlj Snjirenie Court <>f the state from a lt- Notice By order of the tannl of Tnastce.

to "*-v 'ttxe tn alivady,to, J 1.ig; pflu itkI 1ti444 0, MNUM], ( ) 'f the Circuit Court s.f Monroe County, diniiiiij I.srtc I.-- IX inontJn from date, the under-ipied Executrix ClTAULl>i UUfSlILL. Secretary.thJ ; ;

.: preI.h\ 0on rtryt ( Jvniiec-tniiit) ) by tbeu anti"lug. yitig Ita'y' 170 S.UJU.odoTcU tlie wiit, ill Cliaiiofry, .f the CVatiplaiiiaht, llttijainin will jMcnt her accounts Slid vouchers U ; M.dion C. II, Ikcetnliur la, lisoi. 40 2mS1

Aiteict CivyojIV1 iutt.; Slepii, in-titute'l to MityVet cert.iiilot in the city .1 it.hte of l-robate for I the Cc-unty, IlilUbnniti li. atl
; 21.501; X41i,78C.OOO' j of Key >Vt>t to the ]ayinfiit of n tlt-l-t due liinu A ask to >lie divliarsed from aihnini-trution the I : i Notice.itv. ; ;.
izic! trial 'f tlic}, rax.ril! L-J lai -
l the ear iiiMd m at the hIlt termof tit lit Henry S. Clark ilecea cl late I month
of >aM Col1! niter date, tie tmJer.-.: -r.ed, Ati.ni
IiiiueI 7 nian"o{ certificates have I'('Col Tot! tlicxwr, Jan. 21. Cotton-Onr niailctt con ihs UuijiL'iy iprrtin*Jlurdi C urf.( to ?te held at Tcir-pa enIrt the I'.LLHN: IL CLAKK.: F.xecutrix. traitor in risrl.t i>f bis v.-ife Sarah A.Rurviving :

UK> ]i"Jer' "ffle, ;uid '-'74J tiDuif'ftaidy, iinJ pri<- Luavd liltlt- fr4flIjt I |, in next.THOMA3) F. KING. Jannnry 10 142.; I iniiiltrat, of the estate of Tl.omai J. Hndley 1 ; 4

In Ien r& Ltrntd and ICJ1 LI led I '"' Our >w<'l''* t lliis point mntiuw ( | Notice. of Jtfr54a County.deceased,will apply u> the Jul' :
tititt'r I-.T
2:17: j plau' .. b lirefe' lliii;; fr' -|k, ;-iiJM-r! than lisk! a f reign Aji-eUant of Probate of *ai J County, for a discharge fn-m s'

t'1kd, hiojt! tntrzige ( C1tthCtt "tt : l aJ.iorl.; .. U ( IIKX] Mi Jdlii! ; 7 ( "74 ; MiJJlity, Ci (i' 7 ; f -.Tt.i"rs----"---24----,-1S52.- ---- --- -- -;; 1 \ MEETING of the Stockholders of the Ut not Administration B. LOEB.Jefferson
uenii, i "tn Ia<'ltla,. i In J 451 1 of *}iHi1 .- j (; d OrJiuary, 6 ft;:i 6*. Not!c e. _.t.1 I!.*nk of Florida will be held at the P.jnkin", ; County,January D, 1S52. 52 Cm* %

d leLthg dung I S1! 1 v. s ;ij.I.llpj ? I. ---- ll)1L'e in the City of Talh-La.--c on Monday, the 2d .- -

': l J'r %iou-Uie imuiWr, was 3CJ( ?i.- JTotJCC.-Tl.crtvdll-- be u int-ctinj of Jackson; 'L LL William tv'r nn IL* 1t'ving demands r,* ainat the T.iyW. d-roa-ctl late of .leftir
*t CS;:; :nals duiiu-r ue Lo.c! o. 1, ou tu sun 11V. L. RUTGERS CVhier. month* after date, I sliall present ;; :
year flUttI CT- Sunday ( -an-now) nfU-iitoou 1 2iff Comity, AIU lwrt-ly im'.ified to present tb 'mvitlii January 3, 1S52. t2 SIX my

1 J *na d ao. f. !ia, coiuparrd with clock, 1'. M, for tlw purp >!* <>f jicrforming i Ii. th) <- time j>n-fciibod by law, or thi* uotico will Inj j Wit ---:----- vouchers to the Judji.of Probate"'for
; rJllcaViau1lt *f dirtio d 4 the snrtI iervhet tJit- ia Inr'au i till |1er.soft4 inK-bteJ to uid estate: are Boots and Shoes.rfE C.nnty, its Administrator Seaborn F.
ti1ijc! > |M.it! r.t grave (.ftrJl1w'I bit'tlicr' A.'J.'l deceased, late of sait County,su.1 nsk fo 4'e itT
t' 15l! Ji-quentc'd to make pat merit': immrdiaU-lv. 1 j Dress Uoc-ts aud Shccf Ju-t received by a d.T.vwrY
(I fraui
tnoui ?t J ul'lc aio wi{
*]> { 0 J1fr'. t- K J. "STOV". :ftrV.: J-tnnarr: 1M. Iff?. r.; gt (tMr t, i-i. :Sp tf : t---: G. C. ni :: i ;

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-- At Chambers. FORWARD & TOWLE, | NEW AND FASHIQ;ABLE CLOTHING t fcgal( 3btcrti5tmntt9. GENERAL & CO'J "
l H 4 : ; Towle & Myers, bur.iuiiibi' N MEKCHANTo
\ IIf'W at.tt Petition to )'t COM Mortgayt. Attorneys at law & Solicitor inChan ry, Jf tax *
M HvVEnnhjtiJ, "'1\.1 au, now r.-cri s.g. I liE subscriber w now receivhhf a large RBI 'pk"O- In Chancery. tT1G A. tQ or S 1

t l rtment ol c.'JH"n la.&Ug oldo Samuel Carroll I'I.I.II.SE" .1.0111\\; 1 i.lll-Iftm..ntllf Xailand *b liter IC, a.l) $Mde MIDDLE tmuir OF ) I.OHIlJ\-1N GADS- Every Description of Agricultural 'I.

Gold L n'r Ilu-Hini; Wichc', r*. ("Inthi* :. c rii.j..ting in part of CLOTH CLOAK, COUNT. AXD h1ple_ta
; W"). A. FnnwAtin. I Smox TowttJjntf I IJ KX; CIRCUIT& MAIALSO. :y. ,
<; .Id; .Anchor L -*.. William U. Perry. I OVER COATS dilt-rent tle-riptimKs W-** wul
tll Ki.MuctionVf the Court from of St, "1UAtin \ Cawimere.Twc Sarah G. Tillnwn and Jan -Tillnun; Cvmflanants, Gef.rKu and French Burr } J
I, Sitter, l!ver HtMiling IT appearing tn the Brown Ire at>l Fnck' Coutu; Cloth U\1 St ,_ to.
Ril.nrh..r L**"-r do! i- IIffi.l."it of petitioner, that William H. Perry re1teva4.I October -. ls>51. 39 .L. Satinet an-1 BLinket, SACK and, other BUSIXFSS t
I.pine.iid common do bidet, I tinJiiiiitK of the State ,.f FI"rid.i : aCI".b.. GtinienTweed and) Sat- Th.-ma S Snail, Willum C Sn,)ll. Julia F .. AI".. ttery kind nS l'wW't. irtVAMI antl La.i,

i 1-:i G4"I\It'ul"! )'. .tn,1 L.t', I flii.'siii lio..11 1f'oru1 a.f .. It i* rJ-r.l. That the wM %tlillm K IVrrv an-' A. MAXWELL. *. D. PArr inett PANTS ; VESTS of all qualitkami *tyle' *. in..itU.
.nJ t'nitr *. ( .lJ l Guaidx and of MAXWELL ft PAPY la- Kvinnix: 4il the lit "III I and lestl.xnenl ijtRi.bell .
..'rtm .I.1 t.r rtz >< all other 1 1"'r.interv-ted in a certain niorfinij'v All of which kive bueti manufactured from the )

1' KJ* '. F.4 h and Ve-t Chins. 'Val*. c. t.l jnd Sd,'. real jm'jnit\. in tho town ,-f Mttttirt'lln. (tll wit : an ATTORNEYS COUNSELLORS AT LAW tert anal mot ilej-irable in.iten.iU.of workmaivhip, superior L H-lm-Lils. iWea-Md. an! Nim"el lent K. SAMUEL lIO T. n.M'O L lIlT" .4.j

: !i P"n IIo.1\I I hfl4G"Id .nd vUei erlcle| ,,, (;Join undiiil half of the Wot A of the South Wt-t } and ft* lea most f.i-hionahl All of whkh Live. -'h"l i and tjr vjjirio Administrator dr J"11trLK

I .t' I 1.. "'., C ,IIIf" nl .tt.'.m "IIIlnbI. ".h..I.I'.II. tlm. of Section 3"', in Town-hip, 2, North of Range 5 ":I..t.) TALLV1IASSKK, I LOKIUA.Febn will bu otf.red'for alo at a small advance tn the etipit.at non of I theesiat-
.... : 51\11 Ord C.m- (>lilt and"Sliver "llnr Tliitn .1. s. fi'bI mule by Mid! Perry to one George W. Oflz,'r to $e- ar S. 1S51. ft the AVw CW Clothing Ston. I ;appemnij) 'to gJII4f..cli..n. ot Ihe C. ur' 'that Messrs. Aiit&ui C.. Savanr, ft Ga.
And) "tH..I'1 C,,n.Iti. ; nn,1 1 aMGelzer MITChELL I Willum C Snrll. one in Ih. ah ve tumtd I 1'r- I. J
t t'.a .c, cure the jw.m4.nt of a note ft-r ?4SS lH'' by W. T. IaA.&Ll'l d LILAo.tllI. I I
l. .:. Tit K. iv. T. eid.iiit re-ide b.-*,.*.,} I Ihe) limits t>l I Ihin 'lale.aiwlin )
; .0\.1, Krich MtnMTf C1.Ik5.. a. i'lt'Cl to phinlilf.l'f"' Lr nii.l plead' to the CH'RU W. DOWNING, NovemberIlSl. 43 tf : I. W J a1U t I'nn.- J

;. !t: .. 't j *>#. Ci'-l *ndJiUer Wait*.
StVai*. P.4Vd 'I' kVtiH"l l" T, "-1.. Cait.r, Candletitirk : Tallahassee, Florida.2T ihrynnd the limn If. f hi* ?Mate ai.tl the United \"nTc. '
| .'laft. i 4 I'roriJrd. Tliat thi Or It'r he pnl.li-hed in omepublic .
: .1 I t.Glb (n11A."O 1.
law. 1.R&
in b d
virtue ol the -fed ( c.
''I.' l.a'n: .. >dv a'u1! "ill tiiratnlobs.Al lea--t week Office at the Capitol. BY: power me -..tl.*. hut ** 'lio'e rixii''i.ce\ i i. niiki>i'n : F. :. ,:
i. ; TallaLofce at once J..oofl
: .1 .o. 'ii" Hi'dr IUrI Piled l Oil i .". "0..1 and Gat: < new pajxr in : March 15, 1*i I. 10 tf shall; expose N.r ate hell.;C I the Ctmrl ln-w-e at It iA thnrjert .Initrul, 'I hat I Ihe-.inl 1 William C .. New LofItl,1fI.) Cl 'l
.1 t i<>r four iiK.mhs. Q.lillill I lite C4 nnt* ol I liad: l.n, on the -.-.m..t etc lo Ihe Hill)I 11. S. t'U.1&s.[ WiJnlin a
: Ra.J .''l,..k*. ti'',e !'VMk"K ."e*. I'oile1onnie- -in-II appear alllllllc-m"\t'r( : .r tie .Dtl
I i'"f J. WAYLF.S BAKCIl. Jud.ro : MJ! tho fotltminjf ... IICtI ..rib.pcrtv. September C, lSSl. 3. ,
\l.'d. > I. next I | ,
) rnlill d '
t I'dl' ..'!I..111I.., CUr.Hip| aid Flult's. line Ra. $ 4ro W. G. M. DAVIS, or Ci-ifi taut: lilt li 10 ih nbc e cane on ib
if PccerrnVrtj. 1 S1. much thpr..1| will iav the TaxtsiliieIherenn
oran ; aid)
-' litre Ihe hr"lI"nlla* in M tc *> ""-"', and' I Ih"
g : '. zr Srn.i. AkC.Ui ATTOUXIY: AT 'LAW, trim I tl.e vrur 1M4 In iS'tl! inclnive, and TaxCoiictor's SaleTTY -
\ nlh-
d nine I
Tht S 'n II within S h.* petit ot m -
: o> "Mahtv i'Ki apfitr*! j* nr'n pnt of Pprf'itnprv, ma*
: i. 1. In -/aancery. IT "5 taken > hi-< armd.at Tahlaha.ee and will I the ; I ihermn.to wit i I : virtue t.l, the
TOWLK: & lnR: necf-s.ry e\pcne (I'torn the il.il** iliepoMicali.n) ol his Older, r jtrr vt-Meil in me by
.I'; kr.l&ct-ni'wi. k( ";. I hi;1 In lie ( cult it* i 4it" lie Ma f of Iro.M! J. 'Ir11'Iir. in I".. r.ir'. ..i 'I l. v> ,Mlt'lJiIirt. For:* acres <.f Litid in Gadden! (%>nntv.in h-lnn.] he dill Hill will In* taken pro runjro aiainl I IJ nhall e\poxi| >i ale brl J-rr Iti* tin |.|,,.13.1

4!I. t' --- -.. '-- --. -_ hclJ i a .d for '"'' C" x .I! JillirbOi.. d I of Franklin and J..ck..n Counties. ;: t.i Smith & 1'aiaiiit.rc, lung. on Ninth Mo ,juiloCrrek. :hem : PruviiliJ Thai leual p.'blirali,.p ol ill I i. I .QiMliC' in the Ci.U'll* ,.1 l <.ad.3er,, f-n tl.. ,7.IMimda
> \1 .r.' .i I i-r,n y HUGH 0 J.-U't.T. iioMihi-) I in this ) in .Aj-nl next the liii H). 1\11'
JT11- : Q'linoy Male & Femile Acid my.f Smith A: Dilworthr (liter I bf made in nini- 1If'I.U" r I "_ ct.ktlbc.-d .
--- ., Co11.(" ., I f."r G.id-knC..uiiiy Octt !I.,. IS'.I.IJ Ih..r..fl'4111 pp
*. Circuit. lull. I I (\* rivnr SO mud ,p.e. Ihf'
"4 ITiIE iHxt !t.e..iin, will conimenco on MONDAY, M. \. LONG & t. k'. Ju fc'AV GE ?;..". mher c |I'51| J | "fm &c. Count Tat tutlheie In theea t.I. .4 i''
D.iu.1 E )[. Scott ]I lv":: lua t
"f :' tI1t5 bJs\fJ.\\L.\ny. 1'. 2. llicSili.N.1, -- -- ---- --- -- 1ft.. ,
: Hill. t.iMi'-ject interest of D'-icntLuit a* one of the FT.\y INU aciat th"m"t'I"11 for flip pnrj.>.e ol A'rneci" py-Attest, I llrcear\1'1"11"'* II.CI l.-nl tl.ftrio, Iu ieit| : f
durii.. tlw |p.t "Itr. lui bei.ii .&a a 111111. tlouiiiunOHiii )lieinof:A. B. C. Set-It 1'l'ct"Cll.: l to the *- practicing I."". will trive prompt attention tonv Clothi-'g.J R C I.M-T/R. CleikOci I SI" hnnditd I ami) Inly at r. ot land, hint

: imi. It i i. the) old.- lu"titution of the Lint) ill a-i: account chic CmnpUhiuuto.TV jKiynuntof bn-iiu( enTru-tt'd' to their care..I'ilv J IUST received at the 4ild staml. a general nort. <.b,-r |I., I 1",1. 41Imlm'm i I R"ck Creek, purp..rl', n t. bel.-nj: to L.S G.ilm II, tI
; I the :t.tc. having been for nine *-ear* under ,ihe cliinre :. 1 "t 1. 29 tfLiw I 4>f Cloth*. Ca-Minerc and \'eiiifj*, which -- -- -, ,I *. lunch thi-reoi a* will ,i-ac the T-x **' -
this it the pati-f.iction Hf the) aiMMlf
". .": of its pruMnit 1,Pruicipal.. during: which tinie tlwie) haIjccna c.m-e. :1ppol&'h' :; tn the stilj-crdnT' \* prepjircdto manufactnr-, :the most In Chancery. IllT.ll; O .; ,
,:. that Rivid i,I R ). Scott doe* hut -ile in tliete 1'LK\'i
i. in the I nuiuUr I of Stu- ri .
.tt.\.J anniul I.increa-e i-'iira. and the moit :1..1" L'. t.'m- .
: on
; .r of Florida; but ha- 0,1 i to unknown bunt I :i|'pn.vetltyle. LEON CIRCUIT COURT. Tax Collei' ., I. G.l.d..n l'Olln
.le'ts. Mi/AM.\ !H.A.. EXO. v.bi-e Ue m.in- part I I Gi-ntiemen; : in want of a regular and! fa>hii>nable ..ut.I October It I's.ll. 4H' Gm'
BREYAfJD: will
n out of flu! I'liitcd State* : ) prwtil'l' in co-pirner Edward F. McIVrmorul, Compl't )
a aiunt of the : Depar'ment jicu verjytffiTiil .\ I tit. Will, till Wtll tO Cilll I'll
: :1 f-ati-lac'i'in: an i ie<'tire 1 to ht-r the rtpttt1.iip : /.' M tla"rt'(, drl-.'" lint "ai 1 n evil E. M. Seott ]' :all the '"t>iir-> of the Middle Circuit of N..vmUrS! 1851. iii] 41 Jn. CLARKE. r*. > Bill for Divorce. I Tax Collector's-Sale. rl

uf A .uc-.flI an i i ncc-i'iipli-hed teacher will coiUiue I' ippear auil im..w..r. pluid or lemur l tn said Hill onr -lorula. Oilkv in J'ullaliassee.: I _. _, )1.1rJ"r.o McDtrmorvI.! Deft. ) l

: r in charge: of tin* Dinrtuient| and IK :L--i-te I Ibf I. In fore the rir't Moil lay in April next or that the) JOHN' BEARD. Bounty Lands and Pensions. I IT !ippirin'j; to the s,fi-f,iction of the Court that I BY virtiit-xf Ihe |N'WPV 'rltl. in' n r b, fa" I

Mi- JL'LIA and Mi- ADA KNO.Tlit : -nil)". "-I1I In. taken for' confc tH-d R to him and Ktlown T. W. BIJEVARD.: : 1.LrAnll JIclK-rmoiid., tl. Defendant in the al"'vecai t"I"tt" f-r .1. betPr ;\b. ( 'Utl flc.lJSor'lt
her two M-ters. I I"I Iii itt.-! ,sitttil, hiviiiKmideirraneineiititln I : "
D i.rriii.'ed hit both will for 'hearing; '.T p lrl, : February 1.1 "!. 4 ,f ( .e. reuliI I e\onil. the hmi' of th, State ..1 Florida I 'Z) nr in lie> f e iu.M .' ft r..dPI?! Ion tpI ) Ihllt if
: two 'IHrrIl1.mt"| are '* lli.elelil ami evt-erinifi-il \|.i-l t in I!lie Cii'
1'rnri.t-d That till Order 1 hc 1 f.. f.'ir that of law be ,*'di* i.Aj'iil next It.t' .,1101_ lint J.CHIIo .
of tie! I iiitructionf pub'i-hed r o the ordinary I'r'rcc"' cannot I ,J. '
receive the b.tiutit cupeni-uni air SbILiLi & t.iJ..1 ,1V..in"t..n I a.it h. i inti n"'\* I'rllvid. d wiih 1. I h.t'r'vrd .
n.nrh Ih"1
.. eil,4ir i' cv 111'; lilt
in I -Itf"
noiith Tul.dusee !t'
; > the! Pniicipal., ; )but the mt ot hi* attentionil: wifkly ri me iIt.v-pi'4r |lut.li-11t'11 : and) rettl it. f"rr".l\'ill I I I .i t"tent t I. I the n I .t'f\'l'lllIl11, beT : ; f.., '4
T., iIn thrrr..n Ihee
be jiviti to the\I Male Deji.irtnient. lie will 1 U awtcl '. pnt-r to the .a .llir..I Monday, III April ncx' Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, Cllori ol ClailiiH hpoA< rnl jttaarte* lor 1 4..titI..itid' It in tfin-rfnre; f(/'', That a henrinj be hail in I CnUlh u.s-ida-ui it.. seer .Ij). and 1'1.
J. WAYUIS BAKER. Judge.A tin* can.e at the Sj ring Term. 1S52. of 1Ij.1! C*''!!* : I ''l'c"I'I'"''''' ii Ii wit:
JAMES M D01JY and uch other Adisttiiu'ai lain I L
Mr. Pensionand l I. and Servi
by ALLIGATOIJ E. FI.1. -. : r '>**e* 'rh iulv ol whatin Ir.iLI.d .b..t
r. nrrh.
true c"I'J-\II..t : Prnrid'd. Tlii, Onler be pub'i-hetl in oneS i f thenewpaper I .
nlh-r) tif Irs, HieSc3i the UniNil "Ial. GuVr-rninfur.
f the nu *tu IlM require. en ;,irn; ( ,
Gatl-ler "nl rTind. .
k-.l nfha ''cti-ive Clienical C. O. FIFE. C.t-rk. WIIIT SMITH. j O'BRIEN-. Olficcr ami! .lli"I1' the |s.J2.1 nf printer! in the City tie TalIaLa<."ee f.r the h il\ ercc. .,, ., -It
ml i* pn.vi Library an! e I\L I t"tit ol or an* I l'It\ thy T. .f aid. b n*'d.d }.
.' Doccmlvrfi 1":I. 48 4 AUi! | l'\\'lIall"nlll' .. t.f three month to the fir-t day of "rr! r.n I t. .p b tI,,
inIn Oll'uv at itor. \ ( pr'vi.'u"
'. Philt, ,Uicil. an I Mathciiu'tical Apparatu*. and .1 l th'IIIliJIIl\'ar.I ince I71N( air iilubd. I to linn .pn i-kIiw-kne-e River.and *-n Ihic. Wp,. b, .it,,. .
--- --- ----- Col. S. S. S'I.F.S.It1I1ath, Term. .1. W A YJ.FS BAKFR. I aTit.I ta.
!eft-r to ; Judije Tu\ \- Judge.
\Lnerda.f advaitt j. Land d. th..I.I.rl ill l Cor.gre For
a'u Me: Cabinet uf : >r liuuKrior| 'v n i apt ..|.. Kivr "ri'GH U J lflr.-\X
js M S.u: l l-'iits in Sci. ncc anJ, greatly t.iciht.i- : Ch ncery.n D riii.\4. .Iack-on\iile ; (,. J. "\IX., Ocala. iC"l'r..n..r..1< i tnosierali- ci'inii4-i.-.itn, milb| I I.ti 2<,th Dec r. 1851. A true fpv-Atte-" : I Tax ('..tlect' f'p, Gati ( ,

4! ti i; 'li.ir pro reSjrveym.,' i- t.1uhl1111: II c the Circuit Cou t of the State of Florid < ). "<,!,"rt I J-.M 1 1LiJ.jt. :\u. I im"'i. upoiiileinerN ol I II. \*arrant or I ihea.nt.nr.tnliecicij : OSCAR A MYFIf* Cl.rk.Docembcr O/-t. h.., II. I-:;' -tipI rr;rr.Coll.ctor's i. fy.

Chain an 1 c., lip; I"". alii 1 M;nuration L.,' actual iII hell in and lor the County of JeJerson. -- ---- -- D P HOGPF.G. ( 20, 1 1851. W 3m. I -
daUI .Ul.J .. - -- -- t
Cliu. will r''l'i'c \V. IHTCIIIN iax Sale.BV
furinueiit. Agricultural nKry uncial B. Wall*,'r Tay or, I .\
Stu lejiw 4if, both I I CST nffived. fine ortinnt of '1"1 tc-t |I') i.I : Tax Collector's Sale.
t at ttI1ti ni. The D.-pirtmwi- r 11.D.I J I I a virtue ,l the I" vf"i 'n'"a it. inb |law, j
t 'ru_a!1_iiiiti*:i to :the l mluipulition- the. Lilx'i'atorvau \ME. )[ &'ftl L-I: lie Black .,u i Coloretl I-i-tiii"- CtaiDo. (' :. --- -H\-I- -- virtue of- autl.onty In me by law vested -I have I .loaU.'|..'*r fur *>nit hu. at -c'.

1 nll.u'v I It. cXitcrn:1I1 for themselves, uu l.r :Dill; to 'n"'('ct tho inton.!t of Di-fi-naant) n.< oiw of tIll I) do.) Ki i and I Morocco duo P,( MIU.tl t..OITO.d I GINS.I. levied np. n. arnl will esj"' f"rale.. in front ,.C t Zttr in I iheCt-Oi.l* ol (;..+-d.", .,. lt Illhi!

; direction of the Teachi-r.: The[ course 4.f UIt'I; hiirf .\. B C. SiiiJtilec.!.iseil. to the ';' uient < 1).,. EII. :II"I I I B'l-kiiH) I' t "I. It .fc ('0. Proprietor; of ,:lie C- the Court Hou-e dtM-r. in the city of Tallaha..ee. 4in ..\\1"d. ol April) next the ,ta'j.icipiE|| (I,1bd |1'111- J

.u1i iijutly ext.-n-uve te, prepare S.u I.lit' for t' a pnnniorv III lie ami accnuuttt aii'l'! intercut oit tin Do. Ki I Walking: : Sli.H--. S1ippra! pjid Bu-kin. ET.i | 4. olton (tin, M.tnnlacor.hai) | trieitijctii'ii ) the i'ttiiiitlliintlav in February m-xt w ithin lejpil I[> rty. ..t4. n'nch ihrrei.i a* will |'a* .ihe -|iti.tin'V |.> )BJ{

'. tht* Junior, da** m C",1U.jo. t ir f,r eo-iini.'nciu; ) "a inn tine the Ci'III! .lti.uit.; I)". Calf Uu-kiiK and B'Ice" -. In .'ulis.unce In tt.i ir pat ti..i and I h. Plii* hour. tie follow 1 tU-M-i lU-ti pn.jurfy.: urMinniihhreof .'' T.ttl'ie llieit-i'i. tar lh yi-ai lS atCi"5.it

Ktulyof J thu le) riKd profession* ; :.111 I a. many '1 1v.i'itaje I NT I thic.iu..*. it ipH.i'i| |' LJ to the ati-f.icti n <>f tin -ALSOMi "I i* iient-ra'l, 1* |tlrIl1l21..ut I I the I Coit'| >n gr.<\\if i '
an oTcred to4111114 IA.hl' f..r acipuirin U'I'I I L Court that 1))..l'i.II:1'lItt 1 (|..H> tint re-i lc 1.1 th -v! Colortil LitinDO. Caitt-ril. |t.nll-al. t I 1'ie! .es pripand In supply; an* ntiinbeiif I theni'ii' for the year IbSl I J. and all incidental expeike T) w.i hn tlreil and ti.rl* a-n-4 1 Ian ?. ,,

th'.rnu I K1:: lii.tisni U.ith in ill. .oU! 1 11\111 i tinumen 4It't* (,f ritiriilo but ha- fi..l to p.trt- uukiwui, bumt Kid I Wllkilla.I I and I Bu-kin4, (heir releliraletl (FBI MICM GINS.Vhtie to wit : I'i.iititt I uri'i-iting I.' beli.v'ii Iii Rca-i,rt JIT .

.. "brtii*. a* .ire .1 forded by :my hiimlar Institution in hut < f the Uni'o I Sat : I D,. (Ii). and Mon wo Bo..tee.*. \ Ih.,-*.Ii.; ha* C Iii en .11CC l1i.(1. it wou'r The IIf Sec. 11, the c. W. 4 and the W. i ofhe ii, mitch ;there4.| as will i a* tri T.-X3 at.rs-.a4 u.

the I And! a fine a-ort uenr, :f ChiMrviit Leather Jocco !u. '! N. W. 4 4.f < !-_, T. 1. IL '.'. N. and K. contamin Creek I III I GH) O 5Mf.4.J
coun'ry.Ne.w J:0; ih>r'f.r. Or.I,'r. -!. Tint t.iM, D.ivi-1, E. M. Scn t.ppe.ir !i> deenud ntiii.'ci s-ai: _* (Ie., I Ihe M-irvila''u't-i-lo, : .,., IC. tug! dii) liar ; .
hail lin r.lrI nun Jin; ; Hou
/ con n-tlttiu 1 w for a Lir.i* ii'imhiT ..f S u lent. liael thj lli>t I'a la.,' in April next, or the wainvjll I -.\I.S0- i.ae h*.e' hr<.n:l.l i l .ucl i>' Ia-chain. that John Parkhill Erij pnrin.rtii g to Leie4Ig to the t. .tate (h't-h.r It Kit 4 mii.

)veii erectt'l 1 b.,' the Principal m a retire I au 1 In al-1 i be ttkvu fir c-Kifc".eJ as to Li i., aul Mdjv Gents fin. Calf B-Hit', heir suftrifr' peil.t nnai' ce will i r. connrei d bert of, Marcuj A. Aiiui-ttad.

thy )pirt: of the tm"". SIll I.mt" b-urli-ig wuh him i (;,litwrin*; .t IHI r'4' : Do., Imration! rf rched RHfit.*, n IT..leret ce r'. all I I sat ter I Gin; now in n*' Km II.! D 'f'T\FXY. o.G"NUINK .

are ktf mi lir mit'h 'h..ll'UlI re-tram an i- "' }I'rortd-; TIt.&t tl.i" 0 Kr be jiubli-h.-l: I fur f.,rweekly JI") .. I IV :.jcd I ,n..1 l Water-proof, BooU, itiaction t ol tln>.e who buy not n-ed !he Gin; *, Tax Collector of Leon Ctiunty.NovendxT I tiatHatt Lnurrerit. i* a ussr .jtnnr.
''I'J.Tau .-t e.r uilv! to -ucure th.it; mnr.il an I 1I.1.\t 1 \ I)).", Calf' ::"..." and, B..ft'l''. md Ii ih 8. lf-51. 44 :Hm: I liutfc
lIunt. j ia: (.cul'tjre fir which *hev are plu-i-d 1 in the In-. *....- alai.et) prior to the, .al I rir-t M[ Hi.l.iv. in April.J. I)''. Kip I lln';an< an J IluI.Ctt>. 'riel'-r-need tml -a* that t I'i-" FIR-T Pt,'sniilt. u lax Collector's Sale. >nd di uhl bv ihe va-t salt- l lh rirU ndI

Girl;l, arc not allowe f to receive the utte itins
tle'ncti UH'CSIS bv" rt..1uc..t 4if the piretit or ijcar liai. true c. ._Attt!>t: Youth! fir).' Teir ed 15-mts, '. at I the. en.a' "'!.I. Fair held at \ l.iiiM.Hn.r.in BY vjrtne of authority in me by )law vefeil have previtnsl!* bail) re-i-trd all) ether n elir.nea and lie)

t a,1 t b:iy/ ar.* nut aliowe to leave their ro4tina' ). C. G.; FIFE. CK-rk. B-.,"- half welt .l.>. daDa : also, al I Ihe .AI .htna anal (in ruia _Nsirirnltiiiu, ) ,. upon, ami\ will esj-t.e for "ale. bff.Te thv -kill) nl I ill. hel phsirnt) S in I ihe nt i i*. IttjM..

lu Ut or to firm i uch a..tei.1t1OI1. a* will Un 1 to corrujrt D..ocem1J\'r 6. 1 851. 4 S 4 inIn I Shinof; ainnt: evry .lt 'ril'tion. ind Mechanic'Fair) i.eld al (Vlntr )hn* ; at il at tl. Cfiirt Hoit-e do4T. in the ..it.r Tallaha.--ee. ,n tin- ptm.-i i.j b.I-iiri! exliarl aid vaua r.rniiiiWiibia I.

their ni'iril or iirtetf.re wih their t.tulii t I Forali* Inn (411n i mi-take) ly nnual Fair .>f th* "s'tith Cartlina I Inslitnie al 'M nd I Momla in M.i* '\c'xt: the folliiwins ile-cnl' -|N.SI smug, in a (conn-Muir IIIB .,'hI 1

r1ie 1ri'e Itf 4tr illda tin: whiii! llii 1" rt! : Ch1.1 er.r. Oa.ilvr H, 110,1. 41 C. C. n Y nIl "iuail.lull.: Tt.f' C. tin innl\l "" Ihn Gi co rl roperty of MI' much thereof .- will be tli..i..flt t. I th.urtiua.aiiroc, ic, ) ele-t'at,' U rbha

]jl... Ftir frther: jiaficu'iir' riisjiectin! bwrir : --- --- ..i icfd' the fir-l PieininiT> ;,t the exl.if! ilion heh'' in a* the State and I Count* Taxes iliac then on ft-r the and -vulivr, | riiI-v( ".'i- ansi Hi* V>i ut l :rl) >trtaio.

te* of tuiti4m, fa., iirix m.e |.riut<*d Catalogue, vhul In th9 Circuit Coirt' of the Sta'e of Foridr! Sight Exchange f'harle-lon.s,.oih. t'"p.rIlJ.aN131..VI r* KaiiM'ereirn"le ear 1>51. unit all iiifiilfiit.d el'CTl.-e4. tu wit : were li--tl b* the S ..ns cf f h* L'r-r'lMlhnc

way btf priK-ureJ bv apUcaion; to held in and for the County of JeUerson. \\NF.W YORK.VX; .\II| |, and MACON > "I t Ci lion fn'r> I ll-en have lieen .x t.ihil, d. All that tract 4>r |parcel of Larvl known* F >rli4-'' >> m'rarnli) u* sneer in cum g tIe di*>t>- f

N. H. STi): .' RT, Principal. lJ.lid Lad, } lor sil.! in SU.I'SO .mi bv The Pronii r! have j in Ihrir non nun er- i'.nha-e wrhm) Leon County. con'aininir.T''i; : to'la fliI and heasi.litau .

Q'l;flC\'. I) '1'1h..r 1 1l.: 1 'i I 4 rAn T! IDUAS I'EHKI -. "n* reilific tislf m PLinter Cfilt i "rnk- r" ft If- .T4*. rut.re or lei-, -iid to belong to the Apalachico'au.d : thrfvltoieiHg rrmorkollf turn, v-hitb) Anil

) I\'hl 11: M I Sr..tt. Vf.,1\,. 1 I'1. | 4Vl \'!''>i 'I Sri,,. '!..nk. tfii."ion M.TclnriU. and .M-ti > Ceni1an 01. linntlri, ptarr

NEW 1J.tK W4: L ..tiLiLa .i.h" -.. I 'liil tn ibct: the interest of I H '1I.1ltIt: JJQ ono flf tin _. -- -- G"oil*. 'estih ilic bat I ll'e pfrfftrr at.ceot I iheGjnnd : D. McRAENY. II. G. FAKRKLL's.R: .M.IAN LIMilENf

.ir..f .\. 15. t\ St'titt. to tlw ptvnjent (.f a iu l lneJ. '4.i.i.IA .1."U.l.i.i1J..v.l. tJ J.Jir.tt.M the Qatiti(ili) p.dlll'p' Iatho, m. canriot he .\. Tax Elector Ui L-OII County.November Far bryonii any mmilor runn y.

nivl intert-t on the. same clue the Ct'mi>'1a;!)aiif.fN" relli-f1 10If* Gin* ever manufactured R. IS: 1. 44 'ftia Abort a sea, and a full i* .. -wrhrnz an"; *'i
attention i ii invited I IIA I R I rr"JlW| CON N ECTIL: T.IVfJs. .
PUBLIC to a new improve tinciuH"% it apju-arin*,' to the -: 'i-fi -jon, of tin- All o.r" f r Gin. 'ipi. '-iter|! fn nor f ravelins; _.- -- ---- in m* ** iles loniiich, grai'nalh mrrean |> in 'izeur

m mufocturinjr IrHi Rai'ill::*. Gratiic.4y. ; r mr tint I DivM) K. M Scott .1.] ." ti,"t rc-i.Jo! in th, ) UII.I Pii>f'r'etntS; Tax Collector's Sil?. : il il became a- larte a* Ini fisi, and 'n. >rf (Lt I
.. -tuJe from Irou RoU aul Wr'I1JI.I l Iron, dei>i.j ) i'ISIIIt'Q' .agaln"l its ti> lite. the least t it ill-! I
,dv\av receive ; bear
ruled .itat.r1. nh. l teut 11:- fll l to juris unknown, bu mail.il! 'otTnt attention (;it'I D Y virtue (>f the j owcr vi--lid I in me bt law I she ct.uht not pre-nie upon
lot out of"the L'nitpil, States : LEWIS & AMES, will he -enl to ant 0"r' ,.f the enunfr> and warranted I) hall for bt-fori -Court Ht>uealQiinc \ 4>ul giving hI i xir n pain I Kit the atU.fr <..fi.ur
WIRE ItAILIN.It / OrlTrJ 1 ..tll 1 Jfiuarv'2o., iViO 3 i Agenli, FdlIahsRe. ali9facticnUK( e\poe oI.t' nest di.cti T-. alit tliey diflereil in .' inn>i> ahntt
/ M thrrrfi.r* hi.it D txi i 1 E: M I eo".IIr4t 10 give *. in he Counly ot Gai!* i* the moat b I..Jliful.n. I.-ure. Mr punnc or pn | .ui.iUu-M.i. ;"it.ai1 or 'lemur. .i i..n JOUST ZlP.A ; L THTTTO2'pnt.. |.. it .1| M I.-V next.'the followinjr d.-srubrd) |pr.i I I1. i ; 4.fliC ait5 ii %a an AICUP "V E Lreemret

vatggroui I JII firm*, rul.ric"; balcoiueveranXih '1.-f.'re the fir-t MOII lv in April next nr theam TTUS, CnlufOlhn..Ga., FeSrnai! fc. I I'it. 5 ly the suit! t>t the -;i'leeiii 'cin.*. that it w a* an r iar2r0fDi tf
..... .. : :__ pertyi.r s* nludl I Iherenl a* pay tale
.n 4..4. r.n .1\.1! us to him, an 1et ilnui, .01' run: '. t K: UKM III' ,HVI.I. & \UIKUN,] -- the Oat ic-s ; and i.ibersant it wa a 'luDir.i theOtari
from s4" I I-s.jl| incluie
CotiMt iae.i due I Ihereon | ; > lo
WINDOW GUARDS AND GRATING t f >r hearing rjr i>firtt : NASTI & CO. andfonld nut i e :nrd esct-ft burl.njitout.
\ \ "OUI.D iufonn liii friend-s and the) 'ibi! ,' and tho necesarv e\euse* incident thereto loi
For fctores, dwelling, *, luuatic; aHunipn: .m*. .teamnhip l'r'lL Tint tin* Or I'r )br publi-ht-l! for font ;! \ that he lri< taken the -tore lately otrupiei.C. p I 'netlPTS in UrTa"s, Melicnesc.., i ;, | In thi critical itnitifn.? I wa> ptMudtiv *< ;. j

*. ic, Ir.m B d..tta i:*. with: wire fackin *. tee ninths weekly in Mime newpaHr: | pi.b'i-hi! in Ta' t C. I II. BltNxl. 1111,1 1 adjoining. tho Ktore lately ,I "f T7"OITLD inform their fri'n.1.' unit the pllJ.1itll-* Eighty: acres'' of Lind. Uinj on Crooked Creek H 1;. Fanell's Aiabian Liniment ui>nnit, and
rd*. Old! llli 1 I I uha-ee prior to $JI'I fir-t Mm>lay; in April next 1\ it ma* ut!>*>n (Ihe third art teetia 4
ore ncretna't a varie.y tif u-K s.fra> a appear.
gu ar HTijpe-bv Bi.ll.t Pratorini. whi-rehe will be plt.a.-.il) they have n lariat a fft 1Ot1 l n-4.I-tmi..tit of .nd. wiird i,.. Rt.tneti. 1.4-wi I*. ge
ton uu iljruus to men ion. which hi* invention is J. V'tVLES BAKER Ju.fge. -he b--srai> ti> im'ro'eairs) has ronsinui-dtiftti*;
( MI* o attend to tiie cail and wanr-of tho-e who Uipoeil I rtich*. ft* are eenendlv ker in their line of bninesiiil HUGH 0 McLKAN.Tax .
-ihe! 4if .Minj A true 'py-Aftl..t : may I h. did*. until iii" she i as wrll) asttn-tnji
ce ) tier
: j p ctMiveiii.iictuvr b-for win' b recivin fret-h C4)lleclor Gad-den
!: to |pLtrulizc: him Itt )his linef IIII..in.- < !! ret'iilstrly ujipliei. Their tsar County
bJW'I1. rc..utin.! from tlw lIupr""llIl'lIl| for which tin C. O.; FIFE. Clerk.1CM I He IUK recei\fd. by the late arrival, a rhoirf arnl -rm. hall IH r.Tonabe.Til' V rrt K r .t I ''flNotice. >vi ig e'q--lkrs t health.Peoria.MatchS. .
c .
urucio WOM p.ItdIite.l. For elu:. auee. combined 1 with 4'' 4 m *.lf-i>rltrfril 'Ujijitii.f ( ',.,0.". (.,.im'A. .l'ctiny .,.".J- ... OC-I.IHT I 11 lfi.:l. 40 ----
e'ri-mth. f .r the Uiauty 4f i muuin"Table varietv ofof -
--- ---
:tticy (J<**1* : "I" a > m rut de-ijn. an j-j"-cully for cheami| ;"". (at one iaf f 1n vd.sa. l'j. y : Crock. rye &c. % LL peronwho. hint; any ilomnn l aiaint tin, i[: R.-bert ltir.t. Pi'.titiaIe-r. sats ::3

le- tan ca t i iro. ( it ir" ulto/ether unnvalled) l b>- an : :. t'ie Clrrn, (' in .>!' the .if I'lorU: ii }U': A i I 1 } M j I IJ K (:I. I) Til I Iv > .'>>. >:i*' ..f.Iff- CrR> *7ow.N. P.* MJIC! 27, I-l9.
tin) f..Tel Ml ofliicli.. I flatter niVM'lf are tfiual in *-t\lc andjuality. 'TTEIa\vt' n-c.-ived a eml a4irtmcnt Crockery. th'Jn"i hllut tie- One woman ha- n*.d *iui Lu i.; a* yet to the public Th.: plan: 'fer.- and! fir .Jyfferi, c'uity.llioinas t r*"h C'mh' Flori-Lu will present :
in. the ro |I. i i ill .( 0,11 rive:1 th it eaclj bindthe other C. Mduun fUlf//.cit, an c/"'v/y; >. a.* any oihers that'uill I and Stone W/lrt'. .* f..r TVImen'. ei'herto mv-elfor Mr. Jooeph Brunch She had l I.-st lk i't li. i !l's' for ihn-e
ountl in thi* market. He will ijive Round flat and rjuare Bar Iron. tie tords hei sr -t.ir.rid .-'i ilwi bu l lets
fuil thu) a 1II'lIual"uPI'"rl' igiH t'I"'I)1) illl hvidualjwt ) I .. particular attenion n 'he ri*'* of T-i1laJaace. who), i i. mv only antlM.ri"etlijent. trJr-
t. to ).i" )\.\(.... and hopes he will merit liberalutrtma Nail. ].,). I Rantl H.n.p. and II S Tr"n.Ca wi brni a* n.nch wl.il). -l.r.i.ir2 as i- n..ioian. r
of th! ". .ie utructure. It I* b.li.-xd) that f.. Divi.l HM Scotr. a Tt claim r..f prP"f'ntfwi'llin} the time pre re
Lrif f.r.nI l .f he lar I e froin the ,public.Novetnlitr ,: -t. German, anl American Bli-fer Stol.. -Iiino'ice will bo in IKITti the position i.f iheIi2whn*- -it I it.g. -teewld
; -ft wire.. an i manufactured in .ill to fubject intere-t t.f Drfrn.Lint 'rib * as one of th.iri I 1tt'k-tnitl.m'il-. 1'llowa. Vices J Huinmen' lea-t but I. lit u*. of H 0.
the *
1 5o. them
23. .JC' ifjjT l/en-J I in ;
tl." m uii: ,-r. wdl c-i: lure at !ic..t fist. time" the vt.- h.- of .\. D. C. Sc. t iK ., ru r.u>n'' m J.-l. ..1' ',. *"\i 1 t.Lte. are requested tt' till
ttt .
to th* 'ai b .k
: pirineirof : C4-l'in Cl Iri! >atl nnd! Hand Axe's. ;/atr. U"* Ar t>iji, l.ii', not el> ja w wbl)- ti
lottev tJi it a C.t-t. Ii"m Railing in ordiuiry' u-e i* ( ai)abit I ;a juig'iieiit an of with-UtiJm JOBX'TLJ.LEr.dm'r..
4, Pritvn vary front! :?n o.-ut. toj .V tlii). it it-nrili
i caii-e. a|'| to theatif.iciiou, of tit- lb hr tii fltsh) i-rttr
rnn.ri i-t
pa meal (ut. The uh-rrilf,.*r :'d. o niaujtwturi; 1 Court that DivMUM S t.tt .1.| I I'IIE I I I : >-rtilier, > iavtoti ha-i.l t\\o Hundred,, ane.I P.retr.r, r t? IP-'l 4* *t .1 iniwf exc. Ihet ;
.N not reMemhe -ALSCzoo _.___ __ thing hich reqt ir*< au exi.rn.l ri usd3.
'l WIRE: I- ':XC':', State of Hoi-Ma. I.a. flail to I > .IIIIC.,1 :uljdiale\ Quinine I which fh.- u every
jiaitunkiH but MenRu .
>\vn, pair *et Br'-sano
f.r cnclo-iu; farm*. railroad park lawn 1'1(1( ilo. ] do. Clii. O'J. Kjfrritrtttd
) oys' 17. of an
> Opinion
? 1 14) rt.-i-t 4\ittle, In.r-e. flut-p. etc.. w Inch ar. It ik'nfrr O"l"rH/ That ai-l n ,'i.1 E. M Sct.tt ne_* \nl w..rlallt I 11111 t ne a t'iperi'.r arlule.We 2"/> tlo. Men:: and Boy' black thick, Ikf'll'Dn" r'roii mvVor ,.*. .tt.. t'nti.l..1 l to 4li*+n- : t'arntr .
l>nv.inrv. tixt4>n-i\fly u-4tJ an I tfnmtlv .li..tinlui..III'.1 l lbv and I have, enlarged I ii mar an-wi-r. plead i r tlcjuiir, to wiM Bill on .r 25O') ili>. 4l i. ilo. .Ic; do. kin do.5o or WA* *I>GTO.J. IowA.June2'., IS49-
) : li-rliUie-M au I-le-j-aiu-e of firm be- I. I II\ r ft lit .initial I*, suit l are prepared, 'in exeruttiler late Sarah H.irIvman.I.ie Jefferson
ippuaraiM-e : fore the) fir*' Mouiny; in April lI'xt..r 'he same en. Ladi4I>>a'ln-r Pitrj4il Boot Dawkin (( : From t'-e M'CCII l* aoa pi nianeiit curt-*, boib eat
ij: i njvrcootible' at a Jiort di-Unee.) the it thu I lor art id > i out I tine i at I *Aliol' .tifli-d! ] tr exHI
view 'illl.t taken fur (""lf "I4I,1 a.* to him. and ct don, G,'nt*" Ciilf Kid and I (;'oIt It .t., ''1'n'\ F '((< :are r. >v IK > man ar.d heal whu-h T..nr radian Liniment iffofifnrn
U-iiiiterrupte: I I. :he uninured. and the >n tI lie ino-i 'ur.l".1! tin2 iirnitt.We .Vmamlwi,]
Ixautv.f eivl two TfrOtJ1
pr.i-pt-ct t f r he.irinir, ft rH'Pr"J.J '/' : Youtli and Mi--es Slnt-s. lM-ir claim insr. I ld p rt.| -sit'te to piononnre if the
<. Ian J 1-cape unimpaired., The fence i* made on M'II, hint thi Or I'r I Ije pnbh-tiod fir f..nr have also 3 lev acct.in \* et. due to us lot Ih Boys -ALSOCotton i i-a ia'e *ii tic} IntE-rnyneel.! .r'h.onie will he bir1 Gieat n.mtdf the .AK." I have priiicrdiI'' ttotinir -

e'l* rd.v new plan bciuif |x.rtable} yet secure. TJieWhole noiith *..Hkly in ",lIh' ''''plfI'r piibli-lnil) Tal- far I IblH. The;. are .cOt'nllII' small I atnnuitml : l'O' Lnnehio}. YHHI No S to 12. -1- nnd all TMT-* int'el1**"' *4> the j'nitl tVceacd hoi. lor these Iwenly year, a d tate Iii- 11
ma: b' taken' dowu Ult.i I it I the I \hol, e.'tild he naid! *hortl l .il MiulcltfiLKVI it" .'iie ..,. mr.th
i with *
tr in-iH-rled the 'alia.-K.-u prior to ntid firi-t Motitlav l i'i A re '*iiue-t *tl to n. T*"" ? o vari. linin.enfs. 4.intiret.t ,tr a'-
pril next A'J of whicl- will IM Mild a* !low a" any in the mnr all the u*
ut* f. -.1itr m ..Luary' iron rod Prici* from *1. ito J. WAYLKS'nAKKH: Jud'c. '41 tlJ"arcl-li uiditiiIge-.itin 11111 % llIrh 'e 0\\', FRANCIS A. DAWK'NS.Jualifie hot I must that h G
utT.-d in T* ny
and) B taken in ;
ket. llido.! Tallow *< vnx trade. f *3 per rod, iutluduy Ir4br n Po-.t>,fr iii 12 to K. fti A true cnpvAttttC. : I & AME': .1i1 w ill' sd'ow' tly hl'/he-t mfrl-c* rnri ( .1 Fxecutor. Farrell'srabian Liniment, e\ceeu anx that I tm
J"l..g '-1 '
O. FIFE. Clerk.) -- -.- -. -)-- O*t-lx-r25. U51.12 III IR .t RUST.ioutlcrn .,"...,' Ct"r4' Yi15 1C51 1 J5 Tm made ne ot t B* ifs we. I haie cared Sw eny aid

J. !III1in. nn 1/lder.. addr.-ed to the P4'pricturvilt Decembers, IFM. 43 4mIn : tdcIIry &C.I -- ------ -- .- --- -;p.ivi'Iotit alter the had been pronoon tt it'nbh' "-
meet with proni'it attt'llli"I. Notice. th..i fi i hirse-s Its
-- -- Mutual Life Insurance I and! I Coinpanof
JOHN B. \[l'IERsiI.r.Cl : Chancery.LEON I. UST received a fine, lot of ineni. IN.V nnd li'lii' LouisianaFTAVING ALL cret1i it'r '!"''. and! person entitled to ,-*- I -ea-n with *i-ur Luiimnl. mhrarinsr! Stt J 4de

2 hI( Uro\,\\11 V. :. y.WtrehIM1'e2 Sol Idle.. Bri lies M .rti'i-jde! : '\".. Spur. Cilf .': .f nnd out of the estate of R.-bert E. I t ehi-cae. In scratches and binic' up loj jiiII> $*
,n CIRCriT COURT.Albert .kiM Lining, Skin*. Kip Skin. Patent Ix-nther.) Pa ; IKTU aM.intid| | Atc lit for thiMilNivoC m11 ? II-sIdL1
Bnudwav.Wurk {;i.on. decease: 1. bite of Gi: dn Ci>untv. are herehv Rin -Bone and eenv. I canalsolear)
*-NCH York Wire "R.ulingVlPrki, '9 C. Jot.Iaii. .'!'liinatit, ) .."t Futianitha good a.--ortnunt ofVlui1ne) pany.and: tle4-miinr! it Iiin..ee-s.sry to tlicuthe, r.i-' titsl tn'rr..l\f their claim and demands to fhe t>f in goid.'fiecti>n Ihe hunan 5*
l>*wi* $'r.t'l. rJt. }. Divorce. For sale )low by imjMirtance, and) a.UHiitnirc ".f the) nmttial in-trrr: tin ''i-r-'urnetl wi'l.in two veir* from thi* ilate. or the neatly alt last winter tn n*. rt.rm wmalim. jh bi
N. B. Silver Me, lal 1.11.J. .J..r.bll.: Deft'nd.nt. HEIR A RUST. '>ri'ii-ir>h.. won'.l rejxc*fully solicit the ron-itli-ra'n! nof Oflt.t1
nrarle : .
I hv Ain--ncmi In* itute, -iid cl-iim nn.' >'.m:>n !1iV 1 ln b-irre a* 'hs ex'iru- ad ciuld sei nothinsr lo hp! n.ct.inmenced
1S5i<). Bruit1. hl awarded by Frunkliu; Iuti I IT apjKi.niitti! tht. sat j..fi i.n of the) C.iirt, bv nfti (),....1ir t ic.11. 39! tf the citizen' of Tat1I1aa".t.t' anil) ,'it.illitAn* infer tit.n (.f ni'l I Iwri..1 nsrreeib'v to the provisions of the : II e Use ot _*oui 1.1in i tt. ubicfctirely PIC

0 tut.t t 1R47 ..ml I 1S48.NovcmW .1" It inatliin thi-eaM*., that the Defendant.) 'lucv ------ --- -- tnatum. relative to it.can be .Ll\illl..11.'IIPi"i: on *hi- statute in suds cmide and provi-'e l cnnd me. \VAI. RGK.MES-

15.2":31. 45 3m I. J.ir.lan. re-M.-a beyond, the limit-, of fhi Sates: MI HTO I Am.PAILIN'fl -uW-nlK-r. S. S. KNIGHT.NovemUrSO. ri.ORtDA F. GIBSON. Adm'r.

--'- I hat the} onlmary prmv. + of hLIlIlMtti.i oain'-it l bo MT ed I 1 to purchase: certain projierty on the ea- 1850. 47 tf December 13, !1851. 49 8t > u/i Pain or fIn year ttmti'inz e PTPJkI ttFanrir
her: f in Ji'Tf to a'tt-nd, to the want of the .
ijM.n Lie'inienf.
No.v .Irnbiun
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Opening It if tHfrrfrr Or.If ml Tlrit: wild defendant! Citi/en of Tallidii,: ""ee and the liahnwt* of <>nr world.Ml THE TRUE MEDICINAL TTotice. PLL-l* I sir -tflicted ti.'d bfffl af'
apjienrand Mr H G FARR ear :
1. the well kn of .
AT ; an-ui-r Complaint, tilt'll) ] n |1ije; rau: eon COD LIVER OIL month from date thl'lIn.ft'r1rz.1.? atlmini,tra- *M h t tat Sun I'ai is" f r I ihe last f. n
: CLARK J: STiLLMAN General and Slcc'tof or IM fire the first Monday in Manh iii'i-re-t to call IK fore they let: till money lin; fron QJIX b b!,,t.irt
A..urtllll'ut next or i-aid Tt'L: ii th*. core nt Vri.fnl.i.Co'imimiitiniG.nii.R ; I. tor on th. e-tate .f Louia B. Newton. tlecea.e4l. ,id c-nld al never et r- h l except
Bill will be taken for coiifen-ed' aiii-t heir tinker S. S. KNIOIIT.OctolMrJS ( ,
it:: t-irir.tI's AiahianLif.m'ranphed
: II G
) I.nali..tn."I"ma, BrrI.ili.f',112t, l.ind will prewnt his final account ant voucher to theIIII'L'C hut bv lheiie-f
I'a'l' at d Winter tin hi I'mi-iJ-il ','""", That ".ti".f IIi. Or,Ii 185h 41 tf m> E*'
R, be -b.nl tliir. rr
r 1"11 Ie
_ the
--- all li-e, .e. ol' I tin* rhO't "'.cI l.iinu A "'''rl' '; of PreLate for Leon County, and ask to be dis- oisI teiiii>
r.m" Giw,1i l Clotlin 'j..inerc, ..tin HIVMTV li''I..lm! "otiic newvpajM-r l : in T llI.lln., .er fr three- ii -ntirh I rrm ved. and I have (.11 r'I
( ; *. N at ice. ,1 l .Ihi. v iln ide' meilirin* i* jn-i rc.ied. which )u.arr.intcit u. cliarjctL I a diy. was fl't'
Fine Stw" ,"l. an I l't..ge.l; Bmit. Slijijx'rh. Ac. ; \rhich, till intti bcf'Tc the wii-l: tiivt Mon[ lav in M:m-h next >*' $pr<*. and 01 v-r* *n ..>rit i .r itialii* PATRICK SMITH. Adm'r. I hin'sr ol it m.e I wmt into the stab) lU

". :. tin Kiili-criU-r i* rea I ly an I anxious to ..11 fill the J. \.\YI.J-S n.\ KEH.{ Jalge] .t SIX I mtiti'h after date, the nndcr'-i.nied. Athnini- ForIe'IIV. LEWIVFX' October 11. 1851. 40 6mNotic0. to an1it to a hir.'e"e -rnlee.. ai d bir>ifhesmmSUd
October 27 iKll. !. of the. e-tate t.f f l1p.ml:,. 1 BunietH*. will ___ I CiflPt '
Attei.t0sc4ut applv l Isas.
Hi.wt na-on: ililc! term*, for rn-h! t.r. its ftuirnUnt.Tlie : May2".. V>.| 20 Tallaha-e., Fl.i I and M'I air iiit rr* .,
.' .tock of Cl.'Miiii,. (tn-iN in )pirt ofBlick A. MYERS. Clerk. : to the .Iii'1-.v! of Pntiate' of Mali-oil County fair .-.- ---- --. -- --- b'uzincthrm sip b..dl* teal they tuneda' bI.Ok

an Colori i 1 r"." nlll I Fr.*ck C.. itn.BUck. November I, Is.11.:; 43: 3m .1 find: heiitlciiunt aii'l,t, I di-i-htnf: from t-aM i t..tllt PROTFCTIOMHARTFORD.1 I IL'P'f'F! CC .P ANY c IX tnrn'li' after date. I shall apply to the] Jud-re! 'I I tn* hat: rentlerinit then p. "t ne I arr'Its'/' *

Him. ( rt.t.n. Brown und, Mixed Frock. ---' DAVID t\c; To. Allm"pMadion .- 4>f Pn.lwtr for 'I".1Iilltnn (.untv. fi>r a final *etMement ,I Liniment. and wa* well ei'Miah in a fv W" *

M.n-k 1\111 I F.ncy C'4iitM.: Attachment. DANIEL: IUTUXKTTE. f CONNECTICUT, nnd dicharg from She estate of Joseph B.Lt i ab.-ut az-un as u 'nal 1 alo ( 1n5).d n 5fl" IS

DraV" Bl.u-k nifl, Brown; Overcoat, Iii .Jutinf (uarf. .'Vc'JI.J Jjii>tric(, f .m Coo niy. Ct.unty. Dcceiulx-r) I:. U51.. 49 Cm f'tritl1'tf'k.: :{J'' 0,000. >ckey. tl'C 'n..td. shici.ig< rr.arin.vb> leltmea back lo/ tall *

: Fi
S f Block hal I I. Grey, und Fancy GiNinunPant.i- "*. IH"uut. (if Debt, J21! 'G.n.lfli..1 THEi'.n.h-r-ii'ni.'tl.i ) ri.k* niiin-t Fire on builtlm ; Washington Co. SeptemU-r 13, 1851. 36 6m JOHN 6,1S9
< A SMALL and convenient Imxe SOAP to lie Peoria co.. Ill Feb
l I 1..1". 'Ii La Salle precinct
) I Hair. ) -M J !* alit1 their contents, on the iiM st fsivornbh' tenn.
/ l lx.iilit of S. S. KNU5HT.Novendxr ( .
1 "'hih'. Jl'dlll'Silk Itl1 I M irM-illen Vet nml Notice.
vnother -
Dffeiiilant: and] allotlnr interes-teilnrehere-! 1 I. I 1851. 4:5: Ab.nt.Tllno"a" I Imposition. read the fl1 5
noah urticlei tmi jtuniertiuri to mentinn.A. j THE tlemnn.I.s *aint estate To guard against
=pe. Oct, ler23. H rI 1. 42 \ LL JW >n* having a the
4 I not tied i i f the coniiiK-het. nunt c.f ihis unit ---- ,
B. CLAUKC.Novctnbe /V of John RawK tleceaed. late f Gadden C'lrfftilly. 'j
returnable to, a JuMiivV Coi.rt !" I Ulield) at TallaIiawce Exchctngeatpar i The Pnhlic parficnlail! faali' f tIJI. 41$ Quinine.A are .
tf I County, are hereby ntitifietl to them to the
.:_ __ on) tin see* Monday,, (Mh <|jy) ..f li1111I.IIIII., I It / .1 Horrnn Hardware.: Crockery io.1warp.. present bise which haUtel* made its PP"ciu.lerleil
t III and. plead to the Ninie.Civen .' .I VERY mipcrior article of QITININKjust recfivetl IIn.ll'r".Aihnini-tratrix ithin) the time prescribed whoi wak't>
i upjK-iir; Salt Iron. Sti-i-1, Bb'iki-t Kereyf!. Bro:an,*, bv law. tl.i notice will ) a-iceand called b* the lipprvitr
Tax Collector's Sale. at the ami I Dnitf Shirt. of or lie pleat in liar and all 11' '
uii'lir: my hand and, ..ul.! this 30th( div OfbLtl. AlHitheairv S. .Anbiar ..
I.'I I Hat. Cup*. Bl.-ck DreCt.at) *, ","I.. 'V,*ot". Overetuit imlthted W B Farrir ti.in.rdanaerou ,
]BV "irtu.* til the power l.1| III m t*' !'aiv. J [ ..] DmiiiUi; A. 1) Iffil.DONALD I. IIflhi'iIlg Coat*. Sad.'le, RriaIlitr.., given in E. BARNARD. Jr, |"'r"'I! to sale) estate are r..qu..t'C1 tt> make framl and m re liabl todeceiT.* frill' *
immetlmtely. Address the
I vlidU eviom'liir "Hie h''h.r.' ( lie Ct,nil I I II..,... .I.Ii CAMERON.JtiiJicc EXCHAN I I ( : f.r Cu-li Cotton imd I Pn-luce of the Oi-foln-r 25. 1S51. 42 Sign_of the Mortar.A a.rmvment) FI.n.IIL" he rmeibe ..uneof FarreB. Thereto IW partit'tar ;,

Quinrt. in ,;",I-.I"'Il'Ullh.' on I Ilie 1I..r.11"\ l <1av I f Ilif J'eacf.Janiutrv I I C"lIntn'n.. r ,illv. J. M. WILLIAMS.Novetnlter Card. Tallaias.ee ELIZABETH Adm'x. tiever call loi it hv the name f'1 ? ?.
: ir MH' ievt, I the ( ll.> ,'i'lf i ,drm-iiti-' l |>r I .., I It ___ _ _ oxerci-oi of Miss CIATTON'K SCHOOL will D.mh.r 13. 1851. 49 8t but asaFs '"". er
,h.m ,", I""11'11111""n) ua*> I'if s|
t "'.,.." due liereiri. in I m I l-l"itn I |I.il.I I uiciiii\e.. and! Drugs, L hcmicals /xC. I Butt r. I rommence on Monday. Septtndicr) 1. 1/51, al M G. Farrell's Arahiar Limn '-tt'" areltR PC ,

Ih- *11'. ....Ut'\ "t"I"- n'hl'llt, Ih.r..1"11. : ( UI.l'BATI '; 1)\ K1S.i-'- l b-t BUTTER for Cimily nc, the School Howe attached St. John's Churclu) New Goods. a* the genuine alwa' las the Ie"ei f vrP
<) te hii'idied, :ii.II\t. atitx ol !.ItI, i>iG:
.l bil'fiLri'i' \ lo n"Iurll, I ilnlllii.'el. Umi. : 4>n I theApalachico I Jannnrv Id., 1R52. 1 C. C. BYRD. and Plaid, Ln-trcK and De I.ninC'I. er. a* d ih SP word-blv in IheI| i- h -
Oil. Black
a Kiv. r, aiijt'inini "It. 14',!. f niierariiy. pepjKT. ----- .--- NEW G ( .ODS. Plain ami Watered Popkinc. I n>tlN'. Bare jei!, I. II. G Fariell'- .aaahjan Lirurerl. nina (
nr; : ii o. M..I-| : \ N. Clun\iihne. an nrticle prepared! from the Fine French Dress Doots recived a fine n" rln1l'nt of Iji.lic DRFSS llTege De lanne Plain and Printed Tissues, ; gent* Wa'lti.d l in e' er* town vilse' aid r

Tax rill ect.-r lor '.oli-ilen! C..uu'y about IVru\Lin Bark.third the%-i.leu.l) marly e tual to Quinine, at .JUST; ): such a* Cn-hmorpii. m".I1e'ru/XN'. Fi nretl, Plain unit Striped Dress Silks 1'-i the United Stal, in wliich or* 1- nit ."";,',;?,, ,

Nv mHpr S. s-"l -II 1 I "tn one price. CONGRESS BAITERS of Mipcrior P'rntt' 1)1.,,"''. Fijnirwl: ami 1 Chunjreable) Silks in Do. iii,. Black d.,. do. inlv b* lc'ttt In II G Friell Fe-epia.
I ALSO a general l'ul'l.ly (,f GiunicaU of the beat tiljtn; and fiiut-h fur sale low bv ctiaraCtsr.CaUonIhraent .
quality. W. T. MITCHELL.DeCfinUr patern. Plain nml Watered Black Silks Plain and Plain. Black ami Watered Silk Mantilla, iIh good refe-ience asto
: Notice. Watered mark; Silk Yiset KM Silk Cotton and Beaver Gloves] *
f. 13, lf-51. 49 tf \lMi. a variety of guests! for, chililrcns' wear. Embroidered II. S. and Berder L. C. Hdkc'fe. wbowilt f rnih rreeefCT
weekd lI'er .1"t I to tho Httnora- Fine Cologne. LubinV EMrncts. ltllll1n in1.Un3tiJetert
(. valuable
I l SIX "hallllyph' nwrtment Which he propt W9 to Hell low. Die] Tlir. JuIn (if Prob-itfl he .>fJeTtrtton. Ill I Fainy Toiht 1 Aitiilex. at 't'J'It.. Hats.
County "
pricec.Dai October I'q. 1':. 41 C. C. llyn n. French work Capes. Collars. Cuff *: ChemizetU cia-s ot citizen?- .
0 4 '
1 1. for letter* of A'lmini-tration the eMafeofJeJc ) I'ain Killer T and I
on Radway Ready llcliif. ncral a"Fortnn-ntof Gent fI-hidN1,1e, Mo'e-' Black and Col,>rcti emb'd Cashmere Shawls Pice-5.- cent*. 51) ronN. f rd 'gj-.r*.
j ; Fiuldri, late of fiaij C.uuly. ..leC4aed.'JOHN O-/ Ktd'i* India Ciii.lagiguo. A0 anti Iieavi r. Dntb: nile! Black n.n. Ru-ia<. Lots for fh1p.. White. Crepe Shaw.1 The only genuine i i. maruta< lum! by tirell

I 1. : Wt OTEN.Jefleroon ,.'. ccUbratcd ria--ter, and oilier Family Medici I I. Black and Colt,nd SM.rtiiip| Hat. fir hlt.tI. boyt* and A LARGE a.**irtment of FALL ami WINTER White and Colt.nil Silk Bonnets, sole 'irvenior and |.r.itjttdt, ard hIl.* '' fpf

County DecemU-r 13, 15I. 49 6t lien.Jayne'. .youths,just recceivetL And) for wile 'bv GOODS comprising all article needed in tl i is Straw and Letrluirn (Ii). Mrul.sU-.No 17 Maui street. peotia.' ttcReby

I d r rJ Medicines, Ac, :., just ntrcivnl bv HEIR J RUST. market received' by rectut arrival (rum New York Black Silk Lace for Mantillas *,le Jfc.le.al. and rctail at prt'prfr" Ate-
t Shirts of all Kinds LEWIS: & A IES. O'tl..r4.110151. 39 tf f4>ir ale in />./* to unit purchawr Pink Blue nnd Wlii, Bonnd Muslin. LEWIS '

I 4 '1 WHITE: an 1 Fancy Cu1url'I'loP' with KmLroi October 11. 1 15I. 40 If -- -- November 1, 1851. 43 J. M. WILLIAMS. Black' an' White Silk Hone. Cotton 4K Det-ember 27, l c5I. -. -.----

I I Ii<'rii-U nuifullv t.titIIfl-.4f' f Uth Caps. Black Coloriil Gaiter Kid Slip lien .t Boot and Caps
i I Broad and Mu ic ILIIkM.i well made, nml will fit to a Negroes fcr T.IR nnmeron Hats c'Ar..r .
I i t. clurui. For talc) chenrt l,v 2' 2 LIKELY and valuable NEGROES for rale i mont of m -ns. 1 lmvr nnd v"III') .C1..Ih.l'lu.h nnd SOME of which w very Landnome. iu*>t received by 10 mention, which they will please call nntl ex 0 all sort',just received and. _fr T Pst rrCIIk'Novetiilcr

l'. W. T. MITCHELL. \IIV'> S. S. KNIGHT. Glazed Ciipf. \rhich, ) they ofit-r )IIW. Call and see them, W. T. MITCH KI.L. amine. HEm RUST. If

-t I., :. j December 12,1631- 49 If Novtnibcr 22, 1651. 40 Oct'ibcr t, isri. 89 tf November; I, 1E51. 13 If October 25,1P51. -12 tf 1. 1831.!

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