The Floridian & journal

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The Floridian & journal
Alternate title:
Floridian and journal
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee Fla
Maxwell & Hilton
Creation Date:
May 1, 1852
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Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
30.451667 x -84.268533


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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Ceased in 1865?
General Note:
General Note:
Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note:
Supplements accompany some issues.

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Preceded by:
Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
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Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
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Semi-weekly Floridian


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V.3if. &PTi FEMALE COLLEGEOf 1 WAKULLA HOTEL From the Purilufi Recorder. equal,- and after half boor of intense labor Awe 1M &AUApi.ii 4de.Ct' ijtttor: childrta .must'prepared .:' ..10 .

Scntii-Weitern Georgia. AT THE NEWPORT SPRINGS. God knows: it all. and suspense, neither had gained any :advan East Florida,8iin&r to appreciate'aodriotad.TanUges in!,1rape.

s. rr1lIS SeIDfl *YV,located at- Yrlia opened Nova neat the Cuth-16th ,l h3\'ing leased this well- In the dim recess of thy spirit's chamber tage. At a meeting of the Board Trustees for and the ,cMtstitutions aoct ieIfoitui..

*. J bet an3rrh fircurc County ances,decidedly encouraging.Jw. on .:.: .llitTIIElnde0t'9jgn;;; ; !! pcctfully in Let Is not there thy some heart hidden forsake grief thee tbou but may'tt not tell! The Indian at this moment saw Warner the East Florida Seminary," the undersign- :. of oar.glorioas sndiayJa-'
W.n.(. in'onJer of the first -week, the iiuniber of pupilsauountcd ; and travelling public that His pitying eye who sees and; knows it well. leap from his lurking place and disappear behind ed were appointed a committee to lay before Give them of, your substance?liberally ii&,

*: TWiM&a to seventy. he has had it greatly enlarged and thoroughly repaired God kuowd it all the trunk of a brge fallen tree. What the public the acting* aud doings of the Board, cheerfully tha.M. at F1otldii5 m ]]r|

4. i III l he tfbT8 *f the faculty arc. at present the newly painted and fumi..h l. He has Fishermen And billows was now to be done, ho scarcely knew-he and the prospects of the institution.The inary,'' and when .jrourJmd lie low hi the
art thou tossed
Tbe E:3. A. M. JOHN HILLAUAiDACCLillKE"d constantly employed to furuu.h l hi-. table with on of temptation.And .
1. _(mt, lte1'T.llOL M..111'8. Oysters and l'iJ1i; iu addition to which every delicacy -I wouldst do good, but evil oft prevails I was too wary not to apprehend come stratagemby Board of Trustees met at Mi canopy, grave, your children will'honor yoar mctao

ItV. tTll ER WILSON. j will be proided the market will afford, inclu- Oh think amid the waves of tribulation Warner ; he therefore neither advanced March 6th, and organized hy the election of ry, and futnre generations..wiil, me 1IP adcallyoableise& '

.r. 1)tAIfl J n it is now corresponding with LaJics ofiiaK ding a cargo of the Cool Stuff" In the shape of When earthly hopes when earthly refuge fails- nor retreated, but kept behind a gigantic oak. the Rev. R. H Howren, Chairman, Geo. W. We labor for fov aod His.

. Pre.iitatfT llt-wll<) wi I 1 bc emp'')c<* as their' -'Bo. ton lee" for the warm day He has a Carriage tod knows it all! At length to his great joy be discovered tbe Boston, Secretary, William Turner, Treas:)Jardoty.aod interest .tneoorags ((15 N"us

mav he required ; and the fricndo of our Cute in constant attendance for Ladies and Invalids who And dost thou sin t thy deed of shame concealing hat of his enemy slightly emerging above the WU1 yoa do it t The close of tius ysar UI
****** teel assured wish to visit the Baths which are now being put incomplete a4
Itb&te i
(&lacatu generally may In some dark human urer.The
e",jd icreral Departments irill be represented by repair. Boats will be provided for those Then walk in pride spot without 110 one eye sigh can mealing see body of the tree and quickly disappear. The agent was authorized to purchase forty will teU. S

Profemirs All Lecturers. I who w'teh to make an excursion' to the Light House, The deep remorse; that sh..ulJwl tel) Indian smiled with savage delight as he mat acres of land from J. B. Smith, Esq, near Respectfully, '! j

QIllt:mi wflrsc (f 'tuJv 1' d n JeJ] :nt!.three Depart' Panics' Island, and other places about the Bay. God knows it all I tere(1.Ie The paleface is a great warrior, buta the town, on a beantifnl;; healthy location and TN.Gabr,1 I tomwirilprrdkS7. j J.

1t.t.U and cacli Depwticent into two Cm&si 8FIUMAtIt He has ju..t completed a new and commodious Art thou fool. The sons of the forest would not lie after reserving ten acres, to have tbe remain- R. H. How, } -
Stable which furnUhed and and
t.. J2ICl I is with careful find Attentive oppressed poor heavy.hezuteiLThe " Ostlers. In short the Propne pledges him'elf to heavens aliove thee in thick clouds armjedj' when he could stand ; he would not exposehis der laid out in Iota and sold. He was also % .' ,

fi it t cla-" (f this. D'partripnt xnll W prncij; j lo all in his power to conduce to the comfort and sat- And well-nigh crushed-no cart!ily strength imparted head and feet at a time. authorized to collect subscriptions, and. donations From tire LaweNMlkHaZJ. }

tlDpfIccll'1! Spelling [UeaJing and DtfiiiinjrUna. i f.iction of all who may favor with a call and solicitsa No frieuUy"OlCC to say,-" Be not afraid}I" During the soliloquy he was slowly poising and, as soon as one half in cash and '
Il! t8 00 fair trial A. B. \OYES.Newpt. God knows it alltArt his rifle the of OakleaTes.: .
i ready to take first .advantage the other half in good notes, can be secured,
xrill be tanslit Mental Anth- 4 March 21), 1852. 11 Fifteen I well remember thai
Kvqdcbn : thou yearS ago; :
ptJt! Ac. tuition tirin, 10 00 mourner are thy ar-drops flowing the imprudent movements of his adversary.-- to have erected on the premise one building '
eerie Geogrrrl.y: per I New Goods. Fur one too early lost to earth and, thee Too hat was now so clearly visible that he for school cotton seed andheat straw were regarded
purposes. _
ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT. The depth of grief 110 hunwiu spirit knowing; as nuisances about a farm yard aid gin!-
fired It quickly fell and was silent for a It h in build two
RUST would contemplation commodious -
HEIR asah call! the attention of Which moan. iu secret, like the moaning sea- Oar best farmers did them worth
) efit'Rt c'n c will be tanglit to their well w>! ctfd stock (If SPUING God knows ii all 1 few minutes then a wild exulting war-whoop two.story buildings of brick, if the I notregard as
tuiti'-n term, 15 CO.1nthe
Gr.nmar Hi-torj-.A-c- tiiilt per Al \'bra DRESS GOODS, coiH"tinj- of the following r. .> hoetl through the forest and tho Indian material can be obtained, for the institution, hauling home; and now they are regarded; an
.Irljfs'vfll l be ) Dost thou! look back life -f ?
a < binning
Datura: History, Aucior.t History 11 Phin Plain and figured.. black lurcd"Bareges and Tissues u Forward and! tremble upon for thy future l lot I | rushed forward 'o secure the scalp of his fallen and :L chapel, in connection} with the citizensof excellent: manure, and richly worth takingcare

;tc.-4.ui 1Ictoric.i.m per term. 15 00 Embroidered Mu!lin("" and Organdies, There's One "ha sees the End) from thf Beginning |, I enemyk When within two rods of the the town. It is expected that the school of, as inTact: cotton seed .U.worth. ) in .
market from.ten to fifteen
COLLEGIATE DEr AnTjIET.. I Plain and Printed Lnwns Thy tear of penitence is :forgot I fatal tree, he paused with amazement. Before uiil open on the first Monday in Januarynext. cents per'JbasheL

will i t.w- tr.rlt Natural '] !- .4 Chl1nr. bid"kno'\\: it l'Jl! him, with a poked rifle, stood the powerful That all this will b j accomplished Now, I may be thought be Utopian' and

In tbr. first Bn.iChemitry ct.1> .Y1lUl'falog. LoI I I Plaid striped and Cambric Gingham, Then go to God I Ponr out lu--ut before Him! form of W.irner. One look of unutterable -\ there can be bat little doubt with thepros in advance of the age, so (area never to be

IOpl..". term 2000 Lace Capes. Collxr and CuiT.. There i is no pief your Father cannot rId, hate, it was tho chieftain's I lasts The before overtaken, but I assert, as .the tnemberi ot '

gi" tr.-tUItl.U tl1n1rln 5'r willI",tlt Si ht Natural Ph'1'Evideacea 1 1D'oOr Tlir-'ad Lisle and Mut-lin Edgings and Inserting, And let your grateful songs (if praise Him- of the rifle resounded the forest pects us. Congress say,. here in my, place," .(and I
In the el report through I It is understood that a sufficient amount
.Black Lnca and Chmtilla Veils, To eavp. forgive, and every wouiul t" heal. have
} IY.the Iligb31'. 1-c.-t1II lut.h.elTlaticfl.,'n |HT term vO 00 I Kid Lie! and Twist Silk Gloves and Mittens, Cud knows it all -God kno\\ it all I IS and the Black Wolf lay writhing among ; has been promised to put up one building, and that as much right will to not'a place roll as they have head)

of Ch".tta1)i "b' t of Music TV ill be charged Linen Cambrics and Lawn Handkerchief, the fallen leaves. i more will be obtained. It is thought by the ten years over my', .
Ftpi5s::1ttl' Scaifs and Lace Victtes.ALSO should i live so long, before dry oak ,leaves t /
I Cape The Black Fend. The Captain was not the fool the Indian i agent that he will succeed in erecting both
t4OeTSntttr. Li*. and French knrr'i gathered from the forest will be'regarded alan JJ
jQtr.rntLfl 11e Crk. tlwnre.VnrJ. Bonnet, Cnp and Belt Piibbrms Few have visited the flourishing town of had supposed him. Feeling that neither had I buildings this year ; so that at the opening of excellent and well worth the time

TiU\\"i1l1 K-limits t'cOW"lt allJ! WA-lwij t'ox.ra, cau: be obtained .in I t tthf Black and colored Sjtin rind Lusters do.Xeck New Baintree, Massacliusetts, without: heconiiiig gained any advantage, and being desirous of the school, the male and female departments, it will take to manure haul them, ;cotton I
!. upon our corn,
ncratK I ITV Ties an I Neck Kibbon", with tile beautiful and bringing the combat to an issue, he resolvedto will be separate. The agent expects to realize -
U' acquainted -
viflae at per root landa and with
TrI t'e' are ,1."mn"J t" c"<' every effort to I Iflri'ihi Silk and Cotton Vdvet do. 01 ULck i'ond. I hazard all to a stratagem, which if suej a handsome sum from the sale of the lots grains 'or > manure J

: -* : *r'1 they. Holland Trimming ani'1 rnn: vicinity j dessful. would give him a fatal advantage over as it is understood that several are them as we do with cotton seed ; and col on r t
? n I after the of the French persons
tiltt.m of irirtrucuou: wInch the Together with 111:111.other! f, irv nrtiilp which' Shortly exiiiation| threw himself behind Iy leaves, but corn and cotton stalks* and almost 1. "
bclieieiliat ill ttlie pupil, ft thoioujch: nn1nipWitflvluci'i : you will ploa,:e call and examine before inakin our and Indian War, aharJy settler named Warner .,I the Oncida. He therefore I waiting to purchase on the school premises.The annual growth lands will
secure every our
Tavend'P'J JUrrhak.) .. HEIR J m; T. the tree, and slightly elevated his hat Board also passed an order that upon i 1
n. TL-J ; 1IbICt. ;, n l.1l'.lnt' built hia little CIt Iii-ar the !p<>nd, on the I I I anyper.son !be garftered and prized valuable ftjlili-
Match :;, 1&52. 12 tf"PREMIUM stick. This the Indian saw, and afterwards of into ap as
and that a by paying
ril: w t( ZVC c'nr.jcer to the y"ua; LaJie hank of the Letutifullrt .in>r. On the I upon ., or society person, The truth is and farmer '
li-id: uf' jujntal n! l m-ral} di-cipli'ic! vhich will litUien - when lie defenders of Fort Kduatd tired at with the result we have shown I i the treasury one tlmuiand dollars should be zers. any may try \\
COTTON GINS. mot lIillg it who chooses that in'weight leaves 4I
fif uctfulue-i in Ift i y r\i\i\ \ K t f life. : above. I I entitled to one perpetual scholarship in the
forth under the command of Colonel
The pujwTf the b! tltUti"\, will l be requu cd to ET. T.\,-rtlR I & CO., ProprietorrtfilieCo/: Warner looked his dead foa with the institution. It is hoped and expected that as valuable as cotton seed simply thrown J''
tttcu 1 public, -ll\: (III wy Lord's day hut the I in bus Cotton \ialluldctulI.a\e; I ll-e!3fislaction \\ illiams, to meet the advancing enemy, led! ; upon I broadcast upon the land and ploughed in!late

jnsrjca of rlTll1i" nl. ftuarduuM re pecang the toannouiice to their pdlioii I anil I the Plan'* hy Baron Dieskan, when the fonner suffered stern joy which. warriors feel. !.I several thousands will be raised in this way. I in December or early in Janoary and for
eeiirralh I l tIll hoot the Cotton \\itiQ i You have been a chief, hut a cruel The will that the East Floridai ,
: of woi'-lr.p, fliillbe: 4iWi ved. teti I UIl t I I |gi n> 10- death! Warner then oldie I : great public see
plnct1 : a piivate, was one
Toe next Tt-rai will cdutmoice oa the third iion- :!'II. Ibat) they aie ptfj'arcd to uppy[ any nunibeiof last seek the shelter of the fort warrior' he soliloquized, yet your weapons i Seminary" has an existence, and will suc- corn,cotton, potatoes,or anything that grows ;j
to retaining .
: until the middle of later there is
their cl'lehnle'.1 I'n GI I August
F.ltlC1tI :l.I and skill or ,
day ill Aut I have ben used with courage ; you ceed to. a limited extent at least, in spite ofI
1'AnRE I Where t these Gins liaieiven\ noct' used, it would and disttnguislted himself: : a short distance of them in death." no manure that will pay better, put in i the
shall not be deprived even the of and the of
l\/Y'rr.fJrl/! the Board of Tru Ires. lp deemed unnecfs>ar>\' lor the Man'ilacti.ieii-tu ?a' from its walls by a long:md obstinate haudto I opposition some eroakings t drill early in January and covered as deepas
Febtry2,1 t'oJ' ._). 8 Sr\ I a \\mil I il!. I theirtator, as I hey fed I foiitiilt-nt IDC ma- hand \\ ills a gigantic chief of the Oneida With cords he affixed the rifle that had !| others. It remain, however to be seen whether than oak up

rhinfhavp, been bi(.iiil.t; t" !1I1th pel fection that proved fatal to PO many to the cold hand, I the friends of education in East Florida, practicable, dry leaves.They '
I tribe whom he killed and to the .
according not furnish food for the of
only roots
i ilieir snifiior; petlniirunre will I n-ccitnuiefd them I tomahawk and knife in plants,
$100,000 SAVED I tin. i t'referelC'etnallJIt1erGilii'IICI'I I in uw. For the rude fashion of tho day, bore his scalp in trio J ,placed the scalping will place it in a respectable position among but they keep the soil moist and Fa ilitaN theprocess

IRE IN PEARL STREET AND FLCTCHER <.iti i.tacl lois ol thn>..cho, .II?I.< nc;t iin-d t the Gino,i 1 unijili to the camp. During the war, by his their wonted places, tied a large one ti) the institutions, of like character, of the day.- of degradation, and thus ,enrich the

F STREET NEW YORK. Three stores and thcrc4)Ac14 .,nd areutiacfjuaintcd with I l1.d. 5 r reputation. I he Pro- I courage and ability, he won the then t(1"ia.I feet, and placed the body in the canoe. When East Florida Seminary" ought to be liberally soil from the soil itself.

d>tr<.j e,1. Dee bt'fure won! I niicti rs noed only say, (hat the Fm-T Piemiumaj I bio title of near the centre of the pond, he lifted the inanimate endowed, and thus, at once, be placed' .,
havp lipcn a\\
I and footing,
EICH'S SAPE3 AGAIN !itntertat ll!!great t taJel'airhrld: I t A hnla.Georsi morning few years afterwards;, he' upon a permanent too> about the time corn, cotton and roots
the Indian's
smooth became
and the waters within the reach of ail
t.t'.C'15<&4 -li'iVent 4 nukcr consumed, with i 1: slso, r.t the ALbatr.a anti Girma Agncullnialc : surprised his \\ife by his speedy return from and bring education need it most viz : about the time they are
wdl't.JJ:4i, : ;" lue $.,?'. uia i.1 V.y. Hic! *i C). dcS'lanJ 11l1 l ,.J VechanicV" Fair, l.cld' at C,luml>n! ; r.rcl at the. the 1retherc he had intended to remain grave. I classes.
their fruit .whereas likecottonseedor
!f.un brnu;nt ojt its'cjatects.v.hLoui. a. itijv.jl i'aii (.r tli: n"h ( .'I,iiSina I Jr.i!it!H., al I 'J'trin"; tl.e dnlie entered the hou>e without Wanier, though conqueror, returned with This institution of learning will be located: forming ; .
TU.E rf !t.tn1 I Chai It ton. The Colt on r.iiiit .141.1 t.'usr Gi". a.>. ; be bet- any other vegetable manure, when rotted
his friends whose
!!! rp:n ; I sadness to joy can in the of Florida. Micanopy i iI ia I
I pi., ,h iltfii(l !l 'I i(__minrll* at Jl.P (,:t\hibiti. !.rid. ri 1 I speaking, and ha&lily; tt Lfd! !hi i* nifi-}{ '. i>!ie des ril d. From that I spot entirely, before put in, at the time you plant, -
I ( day eminence in the heart
ter ill1:1gill\lthln situated
MR. GILBERT'S I on a healthy , ( Ii'iaan5 1 at every fo'.jl'\\'NI'! I noticed the hUn step, the unwrgtpd I unless in becomes !

m r.t: IS tL"l'nu: AS rrARL I'Tltcn, 1\\"TO& I IS"A"YUCt .amt.:{! I'.f<>n fu-tn, ihetn bin, e hem ".hl\I\c,\ d. of his eyes, and tvri compression of flashinga. i i"Husband ;!. this beautiful! sheet" of water has been known ; of as rich. a body of. lard as can be found any.| i| exhausted put, or very iu other large words quantities dry and almost u IB

Di-cctnVr 20, 1851. The Piopii I< is I.ave in I lh< jr po'-es'ionniiiiitrurfilifc i as Black Pond. where, consisting almost entirely of ham-j i
she \vitli anxious
I I said an I
worthless,either as of retaining
a means jnoii-
l".ri in P.i'it! c. Cctlon: !oies. Coin- mocks. The those lands J|
3re SnAn i t5Uaviv. ra T"irs tn C. RICH' I look 'what has occurred to move .VO>M I embodies planters cultivating nutriment
'lii "io'1 :.1t'rrk.1tr. ard Mannfaclurns of CIIIIii! i| PUBLIC SI'J..KlTlac following ; ture, or as to the plant. |l
I *CII., O 1 J'* VTaUr ttrtet Xw-Yt:-Si as.TV hen i iU wi.t 1 principally settle in the town for health
lil int thst St( th Ginprodnrpl rlm 'f"
f'lc.1e tt.ehcrfItrnace| ( i Asa manure for sweet there
fcv tiai m-umr place of Bu-me!.Xo. 210 ;' .. some useful hints to pubblic speakers : j jI and! to educate their children. Micanopy, in potatoes snotbing f
; 5 my tr.i the lIr.I': I' ; I '' th-in cannot be excelled )Moved" ho replied, "do I renlly
)?hn Street, I M-a. ub-eiit in Ilea-abuT County.. test by -j n Gin ever tnatn.farlurpi] r.ppparmoved I I It i is a curious fact in the history of sound our humble opinion, is destined,in a few years, better, and the object of this article is

i11\: n .%-;,.;*: ;: inn' 'trats* ia com, '-ction with I\' .All ord<>i;fur Giiw, river. either Jo our travpllineT I yet it may be"so, but not with fear, that the loudest :noises always perish on the !! to be the largest town in East Florida. It is to direct the attention of oar farmers to this I

I oI.IC"I"I'r t' 1'L!t'.ll'r, aii Ui r"'t retI 1 till ac.n\lat tn.r.l.ifrfarf 1 local Ag.'n!!, or 'l.nwardpd to the Proorictf.r- h"nil. \" I fear cannot move me. I I where they arc produced whereas musical t tI subject, in order that they may have good!
Road from
spot Rail
I \'a' :1 lTAiricl| Fear !" she exclaimed with alarm, have contemplated to build a of whether it be seasonable in
I will be heard distance. crop potatoes
y,* :>'acJ ia one of your sitas pureli.i-cd frora lr.lIar1l1 will !"c enl to any part of the 'ountr) and warll'itftl you been in danger t speak, oh, I entreat I notes at a great \ Mary's to Tampa Bay, which will, it is said, the latter of the not and it is.
within mile two ofI part summer or ,
t Tims if approach a or
[ lIme \turs [1.,1.. ily f!ira v 'n! n\ aliaycJvhei ; to S'Vf .iti;rlirn. we run through or near this town which will
I 1\11.1 Tit upfn my return tll )' JOS L DUriON. Ant Talll'J :m'c. you. I town or village in which a fair is held we t tI greatly enhance the value of property, and not too late now for that operation. 1
the C/ \Vaf-r10 hours Lefllre I ".u enable'! He smiled, and that smile served partially The is to haul five six .
: tojwmincnivofwrRtk'.iw i Column:' )) Ga., Maica 20, 1&52. 11 Iv hear faintly the clamor of the mulI ptnn some or wagon
very confident that
the We
I may
? ; after which it fifty. ---- to dissipate her apprehension while she improve place. ate loads ot leaves to the and them in
I but the and acre pot
fjur the Sala- I I titude, more distinctly organs i no site; can be selected, in East :Florida,
Imur* and npjiLcation to rune C01CIISJIlTIIIXG & shrunk back almost ashamed at the vehemence convenient Then
faan'l"r] lll1lt aJiy bud.; You may; ju tee cf my alarm. other musical instruments which are playedfor i where an institution of learning would be places. ppen largef deep
of her
cixirty duriii j this .td:,. anl my a. r.etL\e\ purpiifcecpoa IN GENERAL.. their amusement. If a Cremona violin, a more certain to succeed.In trenches, 3, 31 or 4 feet apart with a, large

ujx'tiia; : tbe paf i in the \ re-tnce (>f a nnnOjcr "iffD'Jenen. I L. T.--NICKERSON- Do not agitate yourself, my dear Aufo, real Amati be I played by the side of a modern order that the public may sec the principles -: shovel first, and then two twister farrows in

tfl find my hoofc and pn>er! Aved. apl he replied, you see I am now safe and with fiddle the latter will sound much louder : the same, so aa to throw the dirt oat as cinch
e leirible) a! the. > 'L're r.ri"i'>u t" 'h4 e fire. The in- A "D ESPECTFULLY inform-- the cjfbp.n" of ; but bring me box of flints, and that upon which this in titution is founded
tene Ilpat to vL'tch the :Safe W.l1bjtCI.t ran be'twijeiiure : J.X 'n and n ,urhl 'Y for 1 that will not
I \1 from the condition oT another Safe, (not aSilkmatiJcr ha purcha,pd the cMnbh-hmpnt lately owned I quickly" require one tof the! Amati will be heard at a distance the committee deem it to give the most furrows in the trench with Broyles' subsoil
which 'kc1 .aonly rcuiair.JanJiiota by Mr. J. L. Gaovcuon Adam*sm-ot near Da mond's. Ii rt'. reach. Dr. the authority r proper plow, then pat in leaves and tramp them
,) ot wi iron & other cannot Young, on Jour
:' Cabinet nrc.r\.m. and is prepared to do all workIf ]I.I.i' When she returned with the box, he, aftera I I important features of the charter, to be asked
\'e.' ige (if a book. They were coni-j j i' I ofj Durham, states that at Gibraltarthe I in, throwing a little dirt with your fool or a
I in bet for from the Florida its next
ouice the wcond fl->or, from ( the above character the very manner, on minute selection afflict! to the hammer ; Legislature, at
plnicl'in the same on out hoe them
the reasonable trm. and with punctuality and patck II j human voice, may be heard at a greater session and whichis be the over so as to prevent the wind from
*bicl) they! fell crates nf cartli rn xrare in of his rifle and cleaned the to regarded as
cellar the rubed upon safe the Salamander. If their He claims to understanb hw business thoroughly, and carefully distance than that of any other animal. Thus Constitution of the Board of Trustees until blowing them out, as well as to enable the

:uon h-id: been reversed upon, uot even a sktletou troald i to be: lj<)tli able and willing to give satisfaction to all vent hole and reloaded it. when the cottager in the woods or the open the shall have acted it. twister afterwards to cover them well, |which .
lava reiiiaiawL M v W o\tr the insurance i. ?1.900( ,' who miy: fumi i'h him with \vurk. Particular attention Xow/ he said, as his eye glanced rapid plain wishes to call her husband who is working Legislature upon must be done immediately. ,Then split out
Salamander, will be paid to die barrel of his 1 The institution i t( to be under the perpetual ,
yet the ulvaticn <'f my b,1I1'k8 in your ly along piece, am now at a distance, she does not shout, but the middle with a shovel or double t1 vister
control of the Florida Annual Conference
4I Vith the repreK'ntatives'of U oo.nuan.l importantducumenU IIOP.SE SHOEING AND FAPiRlERY, I
ieady. her voice to a musical key, which she then open a very shallow hole or simp lev
wludi could nut be duplicated has fully pitch of the M. & Church, South. An article of t
in which he has had much experience and His wife who bad noticed all these
; prisons -
precautions the
el dirt
I tanp nsated me. ''owning nn mals whose feet have been injured by said in calm but sad tone I fear \ knows from habit, and by that means reaches the charter secures the institution to the Conference drop your potatoes some eighteen t
U will afford m? pteal pleasure to exhiVit the newBaTe cirele or bungling Shooing;, or which may require a" : his ear.rl e loudest roar of the largest lion and the community placing! it beyond inches or two feet apart, and with a boo draw

purchased of you. and explain it* merits: at myVre nicety in the making and adjustment of their Shoes. you deceive me. coulJ not penetrate so far. Loud speakers I dirt over them from the mcddie'furrow'] covering j J.
all future urnbrauccs and
u lt otSfto So. 2ol Pearl s-treet. here I fhall reJIW -. are iuvitcd( to pi\c him triaL There* no branch of If I have kept aught from you/' he said! seldom beard to advantage. Burke'svoice legal action -! them some two or three .inches. |
m-til the Xo. 21f! is erected. ( are after the liabilities incurred in its erection p r
new buildirg the bu-ine< requiring 1m"'r careful or practiced' "it was affection that prompted the act but
: I of Let them remain in this until begin
have been
is said to a sort lofty cry way they ..
Yours, !ifally. shall! have been
rep hind than the Shoeing of Horse and he I bog' leave shall know all. A week since I met.
JOSEPH G. GILBERT. to assure the public that it shall be well done at }his now you I which tended as much i s the formality of his The Board of Tiustees are to prescribe the to come up, when scrape them doWn in J i
Indian had
invite merchants and learned that an hr-en lurking in send order to kill the weeds and and
Tie the of Commons the
raderapDcd country fch"]'. discourse in House to course of studies, cuiploy and the salaries grass, j 1
. '**t!i:t<:re .tcd in the prcfervation of their books rol'niary28, 18S2.; 8 our neighborhood. From inquires he made the members to their dinner. Chatham's lowet arrange next time you work them, run three small

!Jr-r..ttebJtparticuL-uly( t1.01' baring flicI '! Kifes I T TliiiJ; change is intended to npnly only tft the of the neighbors, I found that I was the oh- distinctly heard. His middle of teachers, make by-laws for the gov- deep scooter furrows in the middle of the row, {*l5l

\'<:)\callatlhe lcixjt 14C Water street, Jfewlork. Black>*niitL3ng and C'1l"h''l11 tllin; busln.-"--the Car- ject of his search. This morning [ unexpectcdty whisper was ernment of the seminary, and such other regulations -
to tttic iiiUsiior (If Mr. Gi bl.'T't't safe xntb riagp Making being. as IlprC'lf"n" under the exclusive tones were sweet, rich, and beautifully as, in thtfr judgment*may be nec. hill yoar potatoes up good, and if yod have ,

the buoi' ani.tarbaiiilaclj lie hall kindly ptrmilted control and management of Mr. J. L. saw him. lie retreated hastily,but turned 1 varied," says a writer, describing the,orator; essary. It is understood that a liberal e<*u- the leaves, fill up between the ridges [about f 111 |

to rea Ill fa &Q Kitisfaction and gratification of thetlllVul Grimcr.L. T. Y.I for a moment with a look of deadly hatred -: when he raised his voice to the highest pitch, half way to the top or. more, and let them a- '
cation, good as can be had at institution -
I __ __ and defiance. I underwood: its languagethe .1 I the house was completely filled with the volume any 10n8All the weeds that come up after _this '
Proof Vaults, and Vault! of like character and at as fair rates, is
for Burglar Groceries &c. Indian
'look of
DfOr.lcn an arc more express S tl effect awful will not the If he who tries
I of sounJ ; and e was except injure potatoes.
and faithfully U utc.l1. rcctived Win. Gilerson from New Or ive than his words-it plainly said, your lift: to imparted hei. The Committee apprehend this make
STEARNS A MARVIN.Successor ., JUST per "* whence wished to cheer or animate that objection will be Urged against the plan does not more potatoes from

[ to Rich k Co.} :: ", or mine.: and then he had spirit-stirring notes which I institution because'of its sectarian character. the same ground, with less trouble than ,be

.146. ".ater *t. and coraer Avenue A and rlcsY 15 6 casks. Middlings bulk Pork and Shoulders Oh, my ImihanJOU surely will not go I were perfectly irresistible. The terrible,hoxv- of this ;kind the Committee ever did ,before, then set me down as Jan ignoramus .
Pta Objections ,
(?. "-. Owners of the cxclu-ive right of forth to meet this dreadful savage-it vroul.] the { appre- well ,
bis Then as as a
10 tierces Sugar-cured and Plain Hams peculiar TYBO.
Itihj p Tateat for the whole) of the United Suites and c'er.'a8 power hend, come from:persons who are either a
be unutterable! madness. Why cannot I
the both 4 prime Hicc. : you !houeo sank before him ; still he was dignified, -
'JIll lj niukurs of Salamander Nxfcs combining : behitt! the influenced
and and thus eludt half century ; age or are GEMS Tnoron, A mother's
ISO barrels Pamily Superfine Flour, fly from this horrible place, his it 0. parity
'& cwn-a-mly: called llicn" Safes: or WU.1Ju'sEo1an1tnIII' I and wonderful as was eloquence, was themselves sectarian It is
by prejudicies. understood -
3 hogsheads prime Sugar, refines the child's heart and i
him: manners.
that it
S if s.vith UichV with this effect,
: patcuLFeVuarr attended important "
that thc East
5 barrels Leaf Lard, Florida Seminary"itistobealiteraand
7, 1B52. 5 3m 201eg fI I' 4' Fly-ah, it cannot be, poor trembler.By .-- possessed everyone with a conviction that Every noble building gives imfiaence to a

4(1 lx\e. .Qiecre... heavens it shall never be said I tied front: there was' something in him finer than biB I i Here not.receive atlieologicdin.stitution. better taste. | _
pUptU are to an Eng- .
Carolina House Quincy,' Florida. 25 Uirrcls JJeM i'orlc, a single Indian ; besides I know this Moot
that the infinitely A should be ashamed
words; man greater, lish and Classic education, and not to_ be man never lo own ho
Mola'ses. Wolf the celebrated
10 it is Clack
.. Go n not i, & TARNErepeCt- 6 Big i Hominy thirsty chief savage of the; Oneidas and the, brother of,I! greater, than tbe orator." taught l\Ietbodi iil. The different denomi- has been in the wrong, which ia bat saying- .- .in
inform the public that they other words that he is .
fully White 1today than he
6 Bcana nations of the Christian Church
slew Fort Edwards. In for, FAIT In*this are doing
him I
I,I l Im"t'pjrc'.iad the a' o\e Ectabli-bmrat 25 Potatoes, at revenge INTERESTING region sac I was ?e terday. '
and will to contribute to his brother's death lie seeks life." of delicious flavor much to promote the cause education.. If .
II pare 110 pains 10 sark Rio Coffee, now my charine matter appears ,on
the CMnfurt of their gut,t*. The r tubla will be well 3 l oxe* Lemons. 'Then for,my sake," said the afflicted I-different descriptions 6f trees and in different the Methodist Church does more than any I .As easily expect oaks romA, Washroom!

1l\r upjilwj with the b'.t tT'at fun be pn rurcd.and their 2 boxes Smoked Tongues. Low for the eatli. wife and for the" Kake of the'poor little innocent forms. On the leaves of willows which grow other she merits the greater honors and the bed, as'great .durable product from small

.1\\11"\11 1 pnrtidod with! choice \ViiwQ, Liquors antiVarL BERRY 4 t. RO\VLES. Auctioneers tc. confidence 6f theta public in the efforts to establish and hasty efforts '
the cradle which candied .
They jnclfullr ntk a continuance of the -she pointed to con-j upon tho banks, it is found in a form, i I .

pttroiiajje heretofore t-xtetijed t(. tli i HOIIMJ. t -March-- 13-: -1852._ _- -- 10 tainded a prattling infant of two stumers-do i on the upper surface, early in the month of an institution' of this kind. Observation lIe cannot be an unhappy man who bat

C. GODHOLD. 1 Extra Cotton Osnaburg, not go alone." July. The Indians gather the sugar, and, at and experience have taught that an institution the love and smile of woman to acccjmpany

G. W. STAKXES.Quiary. ; F ROM the Howard Factory,Colombns Oa. a splendid It must be so," lie replied firmly, though : tluir encampment, enjoy the luxury of chew. of learning can not be sustained( unless -. him in every department of life. '

January n. I8:2. 2- tf article fur ale at manu .ture" priees and apparently moved by her affectionate appeal ing the leaves. On the leaves of the white controlled,by'some denomination. Hence There i is no'pure (rie1dsLip"MJld the vflsi

i expowB.? Country trader arc particularly desired to ** it. As a there U clear of the community about Mic nopy> have kind It is each hearts David
BILLY A 1l.D.TABLES., call and examine b fore spading abroad f"r a supply. my safety depends upon savage oak, also a deposit honey, only as and Johna-

THE SUBSCRIBERS t'ffer for oala TABLES 10 New Port March. 1 3. 1 852.. 10 D. LADD. I must meet him as 'such, and defeat him as which is AS transparent and fine as the article ly, as we betiewisely asked the FloridaConf than had, that can feel such frienc ship aa

cent \\tu than any other Establishment io:I I such, and that in his own barbarous manner. is ever seen, but it is of thicker consistency.Here rence to take the matter in hand. The was manifested at the stone Emet ,I '

the City of New York trith improved Cloth or Patent Groceries, &c. I Remember you are' the wife of a soldier; be also, it'collects on the upper surface of Conference, believing that the safety and per To love another'selfishly ,to reward
InJia Rubber Co.W in,' vbi h 'are preferred to lUST received per Elizabeth from New, York I 'with emotion he petuity 0(.oar civil:,and religious institutions : expe
'B nher the be.c : 1ft the UDIW firm, or .t least: he said, an the foliage until,the latter is b rue down, when rather tnan to; rejoiceiainpirting"jood.iato
tv>wm wby player .tJ 20 boxes unpcrior,Cheese, educated
I could control "do uot unman me. ." If in must depend upon an community,
Sutet for eorraetofM and IS1AStktynIJ are war t Maccaroni not tho saccharine matter drops masses or ier the porest. fceEoga.of biDiLy for
.nnl d without I fall" he hesitated for a moment, then sod- J flavor 'is pleasant'* have consented to stand ia their placea( ears nP 6.ikiRk., lumps. : !! exceedingly sale, it is W forget'and practicsHy--1' did

*rinj. Gentlemen whing to purchase Table ofaU 5 barrel Crushed Sugar, denly caught his child, kissed him again .and Orf&e-ascent of the Sierra ,Nevada there is build ap this institution. "It Is more,blessed tcTgive than torecerreVTolive .
de cripti( with Marble. MAzy nr Pin Beds "' White "' The Committee; in behalf of the Board 'of -.' -
S.. BeaM agnin,pressed a burning kiss on the cold browof a'species,orpine, much I rttemblihg i )the white 'J '' I
faD baTlI tboir wdm filled the.tue'I.>w if they Were nw incapableo 10 Uultw: Crackers
Treitees'wptld to
appeal the'generosi-
-. her and .
embraced that
rushed States the
Ij nt. by ddre.iiniii by tteiLAl: on band,: 1 box Bolofnia' Sau *.'' iII wife hastily pIpe or.1aJJUO, .uc pt ty and.liberality of the citizens East Florida misery This.Is_ the. misajy_:of'Hw|" ..UWaH
Clotfai BalU, COM. Mace, Fenei.Lcatha!$, BERRYA; 'BOWLES,'AoctiorMen,4*. from the house,1 leaves turn down. This tree grows to an e- mam Jieb.pplDHI.: ia
Pocket 1\ Pool Boards, aod Cue Was of, t de- March 80,1832. 11 .He bad not been absent an hoar before he oormoas height t. and alze-270 feet,in height for aid'Yoi ar blest,with f productive. in tcedvlttr it

cnptioa,ready for aVtppins: at the' rtmrtert budoe.OEIrTITH -, discovered the larking place of the Indian. and 3Q feet in diameter- at ,the baset and sometimes soil, a mild and a1ubiouseIiniatt'.'Nature, fowd o* ly_ givingv' bkonpiqop

'A' DBOJreR.M .. o' '_ .t .. _" .8&1'." ., 4 The. eye'of.the was too bi.iyuot 180feet almost.Without a Ifmb has.t'a"ftcfoa .above j'eiii(atlon \ofra y Ji j.bill until he lorn to dng h.
Ann itrMt 5.,Yark IMPORT ATTOIT-2000 tb wary savage ''!' rens* ** ap 1-.' other-portion of oar kaupjr Iss4'irimidahtr _self, happy .--i.ifi ', 1 .
& ,n. 2. ,DIR tnd to see as lOon as he wa seen.. or crook. ,,The resinous matter.which exudes .
& 8't J fed perbvVltasolQUoKfttHB'Utm2tft r ,. Jill .: <
i t- i TMh rfcb is bat half \
prtparfd $ ity't
fearful upon you. 'Y"
: v'J.D' tt.1e *hr the qoMrtkr;by V. LADD. 4 lTbeacommeDced: those rnofementiby from thbIiich ,i.. ohcTli flavor.: .
: lCA1r.Jmft GI4iD.T.: 11f8'Pnt tCII'O.18I. r : ,,11. .. k .,which/the .COM of the in- _..Indians... ,_. .eL, ilarge, ti
: mT8"a nf.i1ti' P."II not. ..l. ... duet their foes to leave.some..portion,.of.thebodyexposed I o1a papers- .. > fj. rf A_great and(jlotiooj dattiny avata TMLWjllyou '- imaUhtffltaoo bswiil
&t ; : Siing.S at" : : "T.I. -i'' .1iot.t .aaainttini pUetd wiihln. "W&dlr-- hf ..
Pto2row' price*, by ftt lic tinn to ; r to their deadlyjifle* your .
tEWQ 4.AMES. rrum la! st'ttIie.t t'o. .b. 't tha. jult. -The chief though tha.most renowned I of-hii? ,'. : oetotisnss debaethA'ttum'i'sprU.ahdjeiaVethrt'mto.tUfctfth reach'for.'elf ponsaod'baUd: ..pJa _tWJlt&I 1M Ii 1 '.uii". ., ..
v"_'l C. 1$52. Tbolaule 9 Ag ato tf'for J"Iorida 1 Maxell received 27, 1652'and for .!12 eby' HEIR' .1 t RUST, I tribe, found tho captain, in every' respect(his ; ?. ". ;t ."." '' S"M[fI! ': ',.good Institution i ,of. leartung:in,;y.-,<.w-lakUt. .- Ia ..".. .M""ht4.tJ.uf.'C' "<. O. : "t -.1+,

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CON r, .!into a Mfrien tary p alr
Georgia dyrtat4ddanxJ '
Doctrine of State Eight*. 'l '! TJoioa ConrentipiL are.e tbat the angl4u '

. LO > We publish below an extract from the speech deF r,,,A Convention of.tbe.-Oeorgia Union party met'at ft tl t' a1.,.ctj.Sure dIi of the S.ssth w ..b $ been 41 hiipre&nawJbrkteyrover G & Scott ,. tI
!! !: EOURNAL.SATVRDAY. Bverod: ,ty tb ::3fon. Mr. Gornunof ,Ii&ana;.In the :KQledgeville on the 22d April to.eonskter, the propriety ..Iom( do not!*.. ,Dtmo-t eir' tD, tidwbo poe are D> JJf : all othen. ills ipeeckhefthe tff
01 Pluilds
k e'
c ratio RqwbOcaaoar mSy
to the Badttmor..c.n- IlK ble ) gtk ia the Washington Ui ; Ut1J
of Delegates .
the ko a .
ICth of April on _..
II uw of RcpracntaUv e on the 1 Preeideut.I I enow what svrt ef.job the Detaocstttioov Rblis1. !rnr n.; ..Lti..M wewWehhan-'-, for w. .
Itwfllbe that !&>d. Hoa A. Chsppell w u nwdet o&1a: IIltth.etoIsbo'th! W. P"fir. Jill
lobjectofthe PubW rc. seen BtH>nnmade;: ol''ltat) tlmlr reeentIfadiBMi .Mrifieae beeDmade".by..oI .
MAT 'Ibe fbQowiag rcsolntkms after much cBscuauoa were ; and haW therabre their pro- which i rl is DO.recent wbinv-H] s* ,
: 1,1852. Mr.Gi nnan, -.iforUieni; Dwnocrat ant only plants we eofied llie. to ebeclT.'the:: .willing tide of fanatfciam alg4af, 1r_ W.

.I himself uPon the Doctrine of Stat Rights, as embodied adopted: (eedings length. Thirteen conntk, it teemf, were aepresented boasted the whig <*** North'alurf 41 boice above any body else ai dkyltf. Of. G, .
I The I anit ,
TERMSThree Dollars per annum if paid in but admit the JtetolefJ, That the Constitutional Union party will 1' by delegate, and three by proxy. 'I Sajjlbe!. 015
and 99 -i.
fraejciloaaniocghem _
in the Resolutions of 98 be -
esolotions whatever pat .1' arouwd. That there
60 if within six months of the time not give its to candidate Air the office of J mean interpretation may *
advance f3 paid support any I think it was nali 'ialT' a'IuDutMleetedtthttime.
; end Adpquareof12 right of a State to Secede for just cause to be determined -j President or Vice President of the United States Unless ,I jpon them, and do credit' to thu political taot of the t who denies But are they not thfV. reptiontf yrcat
the of tlie
at ..
ofroUeribIngand400 year. for herself" and accompanies this anu juncc- the Convention nominating such candidate.shall gentleman who drew then. 'The first resolution, for the sound and conserfatiTefAwl W ert
Tcrti ein 1t.:>One Dollar linw fo? I nstance will, to some, declare for the doctrine of seMasion Are not mass lent, we ibould have never bsjd the sctnsa'whiJ? 9*
whole Democratic partyof declare its acquiescence in the measures of Concrete ': because .
that the simply -J
went by declaring shall irc-refuse t meef'tMII ::urred here diving the winter
drit.I' but those who do the doe- Iprioc C
not acknowledge 18t
insertions. -
Cents for all ill
sad Fifty subsequent known the Compromise measures, as a final adjust- 50; it-
4 the North ,'i118tand substantially by tho declaration I trine, will content themselves with Mr. Madison's exposition I. few sneaking barnburners manage to steal into the ft should not bavt bad. theBjfla ._ ygj '
.i nouncements candidates.. Five Dollars] each /J/ jiient of the matters embraced by them. ill ito disasters., Bat this oUvr t
he has made. Jienolvfd That this Conventim at this time will 1 ,of 1830. The second is still:more conpre.\\ !lame Convention I We declare solemnly if we had Ihe reason ofjround but.lIPtbS
to 1 be paid in advance. Religious, Obituary and Marriage ; of a 1ability. It has been jI
maintain the Wilmot voted for the my ifercring
who liensive. Davy
1\ The difference between those take no action in relation to the approaching PrcfeiJcutiol t ratnotett suspicion that soy principle of freeeoilam conviction
Notices, not exceeding 12 hues will be published I Iblions of 1848. The third is an act of general am for more than a year and :Wt4.f' 1"
F' right secession for cause and those who, denouncing election. Baltimore -we never would is 'the seAl
be tolerated at WinfieldSmtt in
would only
handto i t&i.ranreacAthepreaideicytgtA .
and cordial of the Ii
and oblivion ,
ofs- testy a proffer ,
gr tis. flT"No_certificates .of the publication i the of revolution Jejltst4 That another Convention of tho Qonetitu- CO"
'i it, admit the existence right Convention-cleVer
his in that i 1M
shade of opinion on sectional matters. ttueent to be represented oj
: We.or legal notices, 'any description will be given from the exercise tional Union party be called after the Dcmocratiaand every .* ( admit that be has been 1
is practically in the consequences flowing true, too-for nothing could be better calculated to that the democratic party of I some hat mpp1ed 1DIi
4 Whig Conventions have made their Presidential nominations I never; and we are sure .
nntil the advertising fee is }wJ. be here remarked that the bonds of between aged at the South-and I My with all due .
ri; of either;-for it may for the purpose of considering said ,nominations weaken political fraternity" Florida echoes this sentiment. And more than this- the ftJIeC
----- whenever the jn-ople of tbe South shall deem themselves and for the purpose of taking such action in relation such men, for iiiDtance, as Ilallett, Rantonl, Ilamlin, if did not believe by development of a pre: attire and u 1abhion a" toti
CDr! The'Re1ir. ASAT having returned, will re- Preston King, Cliaw and the Florida Democratic we would never consent to go there we thought, somewhat absurd a cf the '
t election shall be deemed
to resort to extreme measures to the as '
tnmehis ministerial duties at the Methodist Church'tomorrow tufiiciently nggrivcd and that said Coveutim be held at Milledge- Republican Convention, than a declaration for the fi- that the action of that Convention would direct- powers that be. They Lave adearoredwith to J1_ '

' ; morning at the n!ual hour of ecree.1I they will withdraw from political associationwith proper vile, at; such time as the President and Vice 1V('I- natty:: of the compromise. The fourth resolution is ly, by its resolutions or in its nominations, place the free-soil and aboution I oences; and tL4t it

I ( the Nortb, whatever term may applied to di-ut of this Convention shall hereafter appoint and also indefinite, inasmuch as it doe not specify which seal of its utter condemnation upon any further agita- erring instincts of fear have hr gt4 the e1'eMr J
called ] Convention be held in June next" they democracy into harmorJouers co-o eration with the. dt1
5alUinpre to
their actio In cases revolution, properly so
ctatethat NATHAN make
f b f iT We* are requested to Mnjor i public. think it expedient and pr(1per" to bo represented in, lion (.f the questions settled by the late compromise.And that be' on this pointwho Sir there ia DO aiioj ol.
late Democratic the parties participating in it are liable to all the the of the above Convention a ]
the penalties After
I ri of Qnincy was prevented from attending adjournment but we have no doubt they will find the right one. {furthermore, a. a party tee Kill not tvpport any believes there is any tint in that allegiti '

I. Convention on account of n sudden attack of of treason. Not so, however, when eecesMon is portion of its members, about twenty-five in number, We arc informed that resolutions in favor of the finality nominated by that Convention who it not knownto cunningly-suggested insinuatioiit ncr do they beEjJ It t

t t ; : illness. We are glad to learn that the Major is improving. the remedy resorted to, and this is unequivocally admitted ; including several Whigs, resolved themselves into a : of the Compromise wtr- introduced into the man be to disturbing the fugitive stare law, or themselves. There ill i no e-soiler who "er s iit
fpposed able
H : by Mr. Gorman, in the speech referred to. i Union Democratic Convention, adopted the Baltimore Convention, but promptly and decidedly voted down. poets to be to use him as an instrument Of.
J _ Of the nominees Mr. MAXWELL is .1 pleasant vho i* in favor 'mttrfiring injurioiuly nth te the men cpm the earth I should select him i*ni 11
--' read in the of' resolutions If Messrs. Jackson
to the
\ It really freshing speeches resolutions of 1848, ( firstwhowonldnever be made
agreeable gentleman of fine address pt.1'1JDaiappc:1ranee the South in shape or/Imn.our This I an tnnrorthj
t c: We regret to learn (bays the .Yaliollallnlli- I good rights of any way .
1.\ Northern Democrats such admissions as are containedin and delegates to ment in the hands of anrfactim
and Uillyer, appointed twenty-one and well calculated to be amiaaiable whether 5o
I'I'I. a popular and the Sentinel and its .
that the Hon. Mr. MAU.OKV, of Florida is detained -I. id platform, we challenge
i )
!!. I ftncer ,: the speech of Mr. Gorman. They bt token a degree the Baltimore Convention.Thus candidate. North. That a)mv opinion. f undertake to a
from his seat in the Senate by sickness. IK is, part to come out and show their bands and let the I the belief that he w the only woiy in the t.
I I of soundness which our Whig friends have never ne- there is a formal division of the Union" forces Juilge BROOMt,the candidate fur Governor,is more ,.
t.! however, convalewvut, and will be able to resume his 1 I the widely known. He is an entliumastic! politician and people of the State see what difference there ia between hat any chunce to be elect id to the prttidefy lad I I
corded to them. In these trying terms, when in Georgia. I would to honorable and fiiend
duties in a few dave. I Ins contributed more to shape the course of bis party ,us. say my respected W
V L -. I I I hopes of the patriot for the continuance of the Union The Federal I'ttion which wa* strongly opposed to I I in Florida, for the last four or five years, than any, But the Sentinel on to say- Michigan, [Mr. Cas3 that J tht vfd never repnt jjw

p :4 The Indian: under the Constitution have well nigh givingawny the Compromise as an original question, remark upon i and perhaps all, other leading nu-n in it. Active, We informed goes l that resolutions in favor of the any honor conferred flP' htm by tAe .crt**

/' The Jacksonville XCIM of the 24th ult says: before the difficulties and dangers by which our institutions the proceediugs] of the Democratic meeting follows energetic, untiring and plausible, there is no man iu of are the introduced into the .pie. Though perhaps this u pra.r eomutg from ..
finality compromise were tcr that may rather damage thjin benefit him I
calculated :
Florida better fur effective leader ,
an political .
Just as we were going to press we received a letter have been threatened, should we not cncour-! : i Convention! but promptly and decidedly voted down." that r shall never 1l'rgctthe
it I' and no man, especially in Middle Florida, who wit- say tmwaverirg, rtetjr
. : l1! from a friend at Tampa dated 20th April and as 'I age such pentiments as these uttered bv Mr. G, and. We see nothing iii the action of the meeting which i ne8bcd his efforts ia 1849 in rallying public sentiment In answer to this, we reply that no such resolutions anxious; solicitude that that teoator exhuxted to tii

i" ,? the information it conveys is good. we extract a small :j should we not sustain, by words and deeds, the men forbids the hope that Hie Democracy of Georgia may I against; the compromise measure, wiil: doubt his: aluli vere introduced into tIle Convention. No resolution Committee of Thirteen from the day of its fnt BeeV
1 H portion of it, and will endeavor to give tbe whole communication be united in the next Presidential election. The South.era ing until the was finally made.

'J w Ij iu: our next issue. We have the utmost I who declare them \ Rights Democrats upon the old i1l'ueA. are side by !! ty make to conduct a Ptirring and the vigorous can imnd.Ve Kiign, and on the compromise, except the one reported by / trill never report repine at a' y ho tori the country Jsay.i _

' t confidence in the cool judgment the writer: I have Mr. GORMAN. tell gentlemen I go for the side willi the Union DonnK-rHls. On the Compromise i an impression upon i the Committee (,which Judge Baltzell was Chair- thinkprop to confer vpon. bun: yet I thcoU-AI
aCed not, of course, ay that it will be such an one as i iwo 1te1
cratifying intelligent t( C mmuni te. The Indians i doctrine of State-rights as far as any part who understand and finality, we hesitate not to say, Uuit the Southern : but there is time man, v as introduced into the Convention at any stage I some sympathy for Him to see 1 min coIluiooTita
.l I am authoritatively advised, are (n tbe point of emi! themselves that are nt inclined"to be tlis- Democrats ill meet their Ut'ioaDemocratic :I deprecate ; enough to speak ourpiieli ll1
I Rights ofHirjnn wend G between this and election time. of its j-roeeedings. That resolution, however covers th
I 1'I, j grating. Many have signed a pledge to go); among unionists per *e. How far do I go I I hold that a brethren the ground they have assumed I the whole Convention scenes of Churubusco and Chap tepee would be

f., these are some warrior who exert a great influence State, or any other great portion of the people, suffering in their in.'etinghere lu"t Friday. Southern RighN olving at how proceeding it we the ground of "finality"-it opposes the revival of acted; though, of course, I do not mean to rHD-
not from their position in the nation only, but also and intolerable and having are surprised to see small a part in was played of i.he connected with the IIIptrt
: : upder long oppression, Democrats will a 'rce tluit the Compn mL c shall be 1 I the old line Union of the State. Their any questions compromise. the senator from Michigan to th< Mesjcana I t'tIIt.
': t : through the attachment entertained for them as individuals. tried all constitutional remedies without the hopeof final settlement of Uie eiiXrac- that ther
; considered! a quotk be and nnA pieces the party side by side with those Unionmen to express the opinion r is no mteQigtot
; j": The gentlemen'engaged in the task of removal redress may have a natural rfcht, when their hnjv ed in it. They Feck: nIt U> li5turb it. They Ili.l! not I day seems to past, we are sorry for it. son within the bearing of my 'Yo e.who' has turotc.per..
who the late issues
Florida Sentinel 2T. as settling permanently
*.)' ..,f. express their confidence-not of ultimate, but pine&s can be"no otherwise seemed, and "hen they and do not approve of the Compromise as an originalmeanre [ April regard | attention to these subjects, who believes dial eftWc?

J of immediate success.' earn do eo without greater injury to others, to absolve -that disapproval, however, they are willing We pre the Sentinel evident dissatisfaction the distracting question of slavery. We will state, the other whig candidates preseiited can get even Uf

I t; Tbe terms offered to Gen. Blake by the Government themselves frum their obligations to the government tAt leave with the tiiiie in Which it originated'.-they with the proceedings at Madison will not strike the for the information of the Sentinel that a resolution the number of electoral votes necessary to make an

"w $!: are as follows: and appeal] to the last resort The exL-tcncc of thin are ready to abide by settlement an loyal citizens readers of cither being at all If differing somewhat in language, bat essentially the election. There is w.t an intelligent person, I '
print as
singular. our
f, d 200 warriors, at HOO each, $160,000SOO right, however, mnv! depend upon the causes -which of the Country, and this is a. rtuch RB Union Democrats in the Comntlt who has turned bu attention to the subject,trbo Joel
: women and children, tvt 450 each, 360:000: its el'cr1..f'." serves us, no Convention which has ever assembled same in its conclusions! was offered ,
; memory
i may jusify I ought t n.k. We ai e anxiiw to fee the Democracy II not entertain this opinion in common with me"
; ;c 19 Experimental expenses, 10,000 And, *;I admit tho right of a State to secede for, of Georgui once mire united-we wi.-Ii; to fcEP- in this State, representing the Democratic but vot((d down, and the one finally reported to the Mr. Mangum's declarations! are received mlforta

' \just cause, to be determined by herself." I port the }emo(1'tie CnndiiLnte nd if it is not ue- party, has had the good fortune to receive the Convention adopted in its stead. There was a difference -
I approbation decided
Carolina with
; : Total, $530,000 j Being a party to the compact which: the constitution inanclt-d (,f us, ao a c-tn-Htionpreeo'leiitUi that the disapprobation. Tie Fiyettevflle -
.i -,, I' I support I of the of Florida wbiggery. No matter of opinion in the Committee as to proprietyof
" ., :: ; !I forms, she has the right ttLioli all <-lhri.r organ Obtcreer, (Whig) speaks cut as JbUcTi:
"re ;' 1:'I "SPr tTs.Joh1 O'Harao Secretary of the Com-' I how much how little liavet been done saying anything at all on the compromise
t J. the compact jwssess, determine for herself when i i to its bvconmig the bw-t the expetations many M We feel it but due to the Wtir nrtr nf 11._"

''I ,; )" 1' rnitve ,Science, is informed that his revelations aIl \vhereandhow the provisions of that compaet lIan.1x.t'u in less our pieaurf tluia our pride to lay our humble of the Sentinel have cither i been nipped or urging that the compromise was never a measure of Carolina to BaT, that so far as we know-their tcnd-

lJ l j' bout ghostfi, liob-goblius witches, are respectfully \ violated. The right of a State to secede in case I tribute of fidelity to the National Deuuivracy .'n outxtrijipcd. Our platform planks have either been the democratic party as such anJ opposition to it ments they will sustain the course of Mr Oattar,tad

i '4, declined of cjipiesMon or 'a gross and palpable( violation of her its time honored and consecraU-d altar." too long or too short tx, broad or too narrow, too never a democratic principle, and therefvre it. was not not that of Mr.) cither in his cppctinjt the

IS r I. constitutional ereignty of the rights States, as, I derived am prepared from the to reeopnUe.reserved FtIV.1 The }position (If our (democrat brethren in I many or too few or something of the sort. But it is incumbent on a Democratic Convention to go out of resolution unanimous of Mr.MarebalL tar Mr. Fillm The Whig and of Nortk detmeia-CmUna -
Counterfeit Bills. ,
4 are >rt are
.f ti t We are informed that Counterfeit Tons tho Bank In such 'ai', each State in the language of the : thus defined l by. the I'nion i is idt-ntically the IWH I of no consequence. The Democracy have become so the way,and notice a matter which had nothing to do ed to have no nvn-conrmittil caidid, npptrttdly

on Kentucky raid Virginia resolutions of 17i'iS and 17uy, :1 whit that occupied'! .1 by t the Democracy of Florida. with tlifgreat principles of the party. In the course Sevard and hit the
1J a.'l'lLt..m11: l to \\big grumbling that were they to hear ga"y, especially at expense of OM
t! t i' of Cape Fear lire in circulation East of tlli! One of 'i i is to l>o the judge, not onl.If. tut iufntetiou, but the : I
who has served his and his whole
of the discussion however it was that even country, onmtry.
, ,
i iJ "i, the Bank ngencks in this city has, during the prc.-cnt : mode and measure <'f redress? In the i.ext plaee. | The Cotton; Crop. I no more ( f it, they might reasonably expect that something apparent ably, so faithfully, and so'disintcmtedry, as Mr.FUl-

. 4 i; e. week, received two from parties iu Madison. The.1 would the citizens of the M-ceding! State.K liable to I I A* the amoiu.t t'f the j-iest-nt crop is a subject of]I. was "log. Never meeting in invention them- those who bad heretofore been regarded as ultra more has. The Southern Wtiffa would require no

: citizens of that Couuty fchoulJ be on tIle lookout.r .- ,I the jx-nalties of trea-on I an-wer, no. In my, opin much s-prm. from )Ir. F 1more. or Mr.Web-

'l inn no man commits trrasuiih The Counterfeit has for vijnette female the Montgonury beUeing to as nearly ; mere a they a ,
.1 a dancing, i to the 1aBII.I If a regularly t'al.iz..1 l i words in of their faithfubcss. Bat tie
to declare its position. The result of the conference assurance tmdtilate -
Ii f pith an eagle atlier tide-in the genuine bill, the f female -;( :'}\'l'rum'ut. such lave ll'c"i1.iH' our hUttegovtruiwuts : -: vormt as auy one that Lao j-ubiiiittcJ to the pub- I pri"ciiptive' right to abuse the work c>f their more I of the Sewtrd* cannot expect such conjidettt.
the unanimous adoption of the resolution
'S ; is 'Ltting'itb a pen in her right and a wreath to 1w: lie: open and} less tricky opjiouents-aud we are quite I was We forbear to say more. We eujukl not say less*

; : ia her left liand. The CounU-rf'-it has Wellington 1 In reply to my friend) [Mr. .\suE.1. ] .whttlier tli- ] It may han Ix-cn! iv'liwl l that the estimate fir the !I F Nurr that 110 democrat cares about depriving them of I II reported.This The Wilmington Herald(Whig I )' avows its entire

general gincnnritiit ean use A.UM : e .n2Ml] s-m-h a l. in the lust ft. nioutLf Li bti- it brief of the action of the Conven- ,
: jin-siiit eroj .ive. w the ( I the only piiuciple ui their creeilihieh have the t t tcourage a history
: on the left-Washington is not on the genuine. The State to fcubini ion. I w""r that ti,.* qucMioii iuvolve j I they concurrence in the above and Las \j'no hesitation in de
i miliinf iiK-rci5f l ] it i i' I
t1 1 giNill juiJirts, raj-iilly ; :m. vention the Compromise, and that action we repeat
,, : engraving u rather coarse and the Counterfeit, is easily too mau.thl'r inateiuil nuttervl.iehn.y now put iViwn. aeconli'ig tll vari"ii data, from 2.70"l ,,- to, avow, to-\\ it : tiult-fiiKliug. nut our n i igh [, foil e1arin its -decided conviction tliat Scott cannot carry

: delected. I timo will not allow to Ji-lu-" as I would!<"- 0.i to I :.III4I),lIIII.l That the crop woidd l-e :i larire-, Ijor's criticism the reMilutiom aJ"']>teJ by the Con- j was at once dignified and consii nt. It place North Carolina without a satisfactory enunciation

: I. "d _________________ ___ ____ J Hre. I vi'.l! however .ay that tlll'c.tJ.rbh's \vouMeeitninly i (ne, became evidt-nt, an tl.c fo-t: t-oiiihiued t.i Imld ..ft venti.-n H Ft, exceedingly prof>nn'l uud logical that our the party in liarmonj with the other Southern States the Compromise" The salD that the
upon paper says
. ; ; i' Bank of St. Mary : have a right to levy vnr upon her asw.tild tin j I iui'l the f.ill i
1 The If this Bank i is announced dr.rq ujxni any otlur foreign power.Tlu I lIllO' \\li.l 'n'p' lor#, iinJ muelithatviis
FHFpension ( : ly ( wa gtLtrtil3tliout: Presidencyvhose position is not known to be in no-
i rt<:a e, in. this ucw ,..ftlien"e. I tl.e "rrrrlIt' clf fl I nut what frccnietl smaller I tvutlon: tit For instance, the re*>luti'.a j mean, huJTJIJS ; : than "Lundy's Lane Very Cna Cerro Gordo end
Winter ia the card in the Savannah nut niitiijiat< ; a
I following published : this iy.t by any (-ne or tw" Statts tif, tliii c-oDf"li-ra- "whatever interpretation be In.itb its own. and "the of life
I p in H"l't'>lu1, r. tuni'l i.tit in Novemljt r an increaseovt I may put upon : Chapultepec, guanuitejes a ,sp nt ia
i : papers of the US J ult: cy mll-t iux.w ';arily itivohe tln-i.i and tl.' "tll'r :tIII', r the) btptemU-r ehtim.tes of, in many eases, more j 1 tht'mt'hl'utly a flip of the p.-n, for by no iuterprttUiWcan ]:I The ISt'-itlnel: concludes by "bleeding at the eyes," 1 j the service of the country" and it jiddre8 9 to its vlig

1 hi f To TUE l'l' heavy and unprecedentedrun I in u war. On the flaw I utterly deny! the right ofi \\ rec-ivnl in and | what it term the numbering of tLe days of the 1
' .i UC.r | tlian otie tLiriL e t-tuhl..r OcJ tiKM of 1 j 8lc uiadoto give aid over I brethren of North Carolinia the following decided 'mtetrogatory
ece8t-ioii without: ;
J the Bauk t.f St. for the nmiith i> by a State jut caii e (T m..rt-h' Itt \
Marys stng I
: 1.vr tl aidti.ntts i/fs"iue iiiiie liuntired.ftltoir It
1* 1'1. upou j !ti e rtp. rts .: old line Union Democracy of the Stat uI"
ravattd and to crisis j her own \{ill t il 1'1"&I!ure. For cs..iaj.le; I utterly 1ulll'unti.rt! to the federal u .t brought a by an untie< : ,
tg I vsarynnd j i iilanter* own erv]>$. f T tie purpweof puluichint L affecting,
0 f probablv \iiid-etivo: publication in tile iloliilVy'rilvie I 11 deny the ri:btf n State to tet UJ' as aiji exciiie tlitblie. ; a tibuh.r tiiii.ti'.', \\liWive woulil have rloiu-, hut i proiubgbd in that bbeet fur a year and a half past.- sorry" excessively. Its grief not only "In: these days when jeetionaupm runs riit over too

] ; t uui copied in the MilUt6"Dll'I'AI11'oti.r, <-nn form u utt,Lr awl more \.UlI1t/.u; ulliaix but catching land ,\"iUyou require at tLuhero pandklatesluodstlte
I" t I for the suleeqiient stattnwnt* <>f iniiiiy of (them that I No u.uttcrvbfctlier; the right of secession can be de- 'I'
,. of the nf drawer with: a fnpi' ; g'v-rnmiit, and fir tbi-i tTin.-e secede, enunciation of the sanction of
f. ; itiiout comment, inability a to pay their eik-ubiti'iiw ha.1 l pioveil ('ITUUN.iti- (J'ingt) the diierd; from tLein or n'.t-it will admitted all For mine eyes. a principle a pledge V>
r 4 Ii 4 the Bank's draft for tt>eiity thousand dollHir-, 1.M, Jt I I"r merely by M\ingi-lie 5 is tire i ,f the a. "..iati"n.- I Inp.mJld..J favorable! reason fur gathering, su>l that I on I. Seeing tho" bends o(sorrow stand in thine, resist with Constitutional means tbe progress of that

: '., P.i a am pained to say, forced her to a teiuiMrary t U1hUt' hhe "nv'iit t.\liiiti all her legal l ami coiutitionnl I I thvir estimates were too kv by uucthir.L"e tLt-ie- hands that the SentlneTt consolidation heresies cannot Begin to water? agitation so fraught with danger to the welfare of the
c ei-a-of It affords however ; I1UIttIIS for redress lx-fore tLia! right lx niw. If it be ucezed out of them. wide of tbe ;1"
; specie payments.: me, 4 fi>re inferred u'ilW.iug' the table; ksttlie e sliniattsI I.*] Equally samemark Judged by his tears his feelings are most intense- country
. .- : pleasure to assure the public that the in-litution is a- were .llM'r\n>c, our ot'ntitit i.stud govc-nmiuit wmilJ '; $1temll'r] MKmM tend l to mislead a.U> the rwilykLl ; are the Baltimore reiolutions of 184B. 'fhry cannot |' '. his
1 1fJ i buadantly solvent, and n-ncircs only a little time tomarshal be a mere rojx cf sand, liable to fall to piece at any j i of the I II When Sebastian weeps tears I Going Gone.
crop. be to in his blood?
interpreted mean v.'Li1"glry. ?en harder than
:1 .\ her .. In addition to her own means, I moment An intelligent at New Orleans on any Come The Union bubble" has exploded finally. ID 1G -
:t.; 'ill Lil'. to her aid own ample fortune lyutil not Mr. YES'\ U: That is good bfcitc-rigUs loo- 'I correspondent j jwhciwjut hatevvr. Rather, those resolutions contain the vt'rj.1 j Hut ,cannot trust those "cunning waters of Liseves. ,
,1 my lenient great reliance may 1 lie placed, gave n I I siffsippi, the Whigs have quietly I I dropped back into
1 ;' \ n note shall be left in circulation. The ineuuo v ill be trine enough for me 1 tl).' f.U..wingstiumtl.l' from all avuihible scirci-s. doctrines that have whipped ofT nil the buttons from I ." If it were true as alleged our neighbor is a :
)[HILLYER. Tint i, doctrine.Mr.FREEMAN. } their old places, and meet in State Convention on
; ..n" in a few days provided to pay all her dep )H*, and I my The following! i ian thn&tc of the probable: receipts the whig coat and we don't wonder that whig hate fool to at what he's glad of. Nothing would
g outstanding checks the several pointf"drawn will That U fly31r. doMinie. I eep Monday next to appoint delegates to the Nations
upon'm at the of New Orleans and of the! ('iieral
> port g -;
,*'l 1. be liouore (.n presentation There jtfturaixx'u to the nOR L\X. Here, Mr.: Speaker, nro Stnteriirhts of the Uiiited Ktiiten, innd fmni information them. But says the Sentinel, by way, we fuppese, rejoice the Whig prt' of the State more than to see Whig "slaughter house -Whit a LaB was there

-utiie of I men and Union nu-n nil nround me. Hiving that T"p \ showing what horrible things must lie, in the ranks .f the Florida Democracy. -
1I'l \ public uf the si-lvemy the Liatitutinti are not obtained from Factors doing businessvitli time various !!I they Davy a want harmony: ( countrymen We winder i if. they will not Tflvra
.4 c: iriven f,r the purpose of tuniiig! its credit as tl.e I Ig4 tin se are good! ciK-ugh State-rights principle for tllf'm'l hectwiu (,r the eutt'iii rtiwiiigccuntn", and given from 'I i Wilmot '(, '] f"r tLc Baltimore resolutions of 1848." I But that i je something we are sure, they my
: Bank will be wouml without delay and her eliarti-r Then) pray what do they differ about f This i j f they hear of the Seward triumph in the late Wilir;
up j jsurrtsidered j the inottt liable h&'I1Ilti"h to be oLtaiuetl from their Now that, the
in friends of of
knowing our neighbor's w the will not -. If the gentlemen
:;1 eTJ i to the power that created it. The small ,1-ictriiie of the Wat-hin.-on, Union ; this if tl.e d >cfiinc -I OlHleTltS memory I se any caucus at Washington, conclude that the Union is not

; ; t noU-s of the Bank! ns well as my own, will be promptly -'! of General Jnek&on ; this H the doctrine of Gov.Colib. 1 I C01Te"I' inth : iit \ i I habit of playing him scurvy tricks, we have learned who were presented to the Convention have been disappointed paved yet and resolve to bold on! little longer, jtat

I) .j f redeemed without mtmu "'. uuotho\ Lu-t tlulliir I i ifrhalJ Georgia: for the iilxive quotations nre from Reccit-ts April : .1,1C ,000( [ to have little respect i for it, and in the instance under 'I in iu action, we have greatly mistaken themif
S 'I Pp-Uihle amount to lie rrivttl from Nah byway of making assurance doubly sure tIn
' Gea. Jackson and word.
! have been returned. Iill close tiua'icialMKinerioas Gov. Cobb copied word for "
ij'R my ville and Cumlicrland HiI'r. 15.lOUI'Cllwb con ideration we find that it has again led him astray they do net, like true patriots bury their griefs,
. '
t with the public with honor, evu were it'' Wlu-re i ill the} muu \*bo goes fl.lrllwr I 1 X>es any member -
I I'I' j
:; i 1 neeepsary to part with c\cry tbitig but its good opaiiJni : ujxm tliis floori I 1 uppic there are a LAV extreme ]( anmuiit to IN. received from Teune j I" nLWilllwt" happened to b< one of the crazy few and make common cause with their brethren in behalfof these days of strife and diwnirn. of dL muon

10. r. ,' >. JON. G. WINTEJt 1 men of the South who do, but I apprehend >sc Hi\'t'r.. O.IOOD. ) : who could tr.t stomach the anti-free-soil action of tbe principles dear] to all.We bow to principles, not and upbraiding, the moral of thd following

: ," t The paragraph complained of by Mr. Winter is in they ere not very numerouc. My hononi- .*. from Yazoft River. and Triliutariex.. 25.1HJODo. <; Baltinu-re! Convention of 1848, ia its resolutions and: : to men-and no genuine Democrat will suffer his personal peculiarly pointed. It u from tie Madison Record
fmm Reil :
'I' ble friend from Virginia Me.vriF.1[
tt'' these words: 1 exprewwd my Bentmiente JMr. in thai manner was pneiitwhen otveij Lo. from Big Black River . . . Ul.UdO : in the nomination of Gen. Cass, who was the first man i predilections to swerve him from their support, and compares with the best in p: '

: ; ;i to Bon OF :t. MAUV'S-There was a good leal of excitement }-f"ie, iu the prt'"uiee (If the ditinguibed jenlle-1 Uti. from Memphis, T( 2u,<'(0oDo. [ in the Noith to make a deliberate argument against I even though his preferences as to men may have been The Pin and the Xeedte.-A pjin and Deedlc sap

',' -, : I ia trtvn ytHU-rday' j in regard to the iv>uei! If Wail from Georgia, Gov. CtMj] and in that i\\. ctiincbe iimiu trunk of niiabbcijipi Riur eo. !5OOI ) I the cointitutionality cf the W t-lobter-Wilmot-Winthrop disregarded. I the American Fontaine being neighbors b a workbasket

I ,: !;' i OJ this lank. For burcral numtiw the bills! Live i'a=Sfdl.ere 'I coincided! fullv. Another geiitltman from I j Pro\iso. M Davy" run off to Buffalo, organized resistancc -!I ___ ___ ___ __ both being idle,began to quarrel as idle folks

I 1"' .. in ordinary tnuisa'-tiun* at par, as' they 1 t-ro re- 'i Virginia, ([Mr. BOI'/KK.] entertaining extreme viw i Total receipt of New Orleans. .. .., ,;.I,::1,000 Whig Congressional Caucus.The are apt to do. f
.. Vuu Hun-n, and in with Adams "
"undt-r wloi
** Tesa I ooniKuiy I should like to know said the pin, yen
, : :r f deemed on doniaml at the lioa of a leKpeeUil.le merliant sass that be quirscos in this p iti.n. It i ill sutainff .. f.u.tjoo ,
Mobile.. Giddingfe'.tI others, laid down a platform 141owing i 1I given by a Washington correspondent good for and how do expect to get tLrongb
:' ; (- almost every one had confidence in the colven- by thc WafliLigt 4 j. .''F' cy of I the} institution. The present distrust we unc.I crJ Jackson, Jefferson, ntnl I Madison Now, I),. or Atlantic tsUtes and Florida..240,000-1,510,000 '! different from the Baltimore resolutions, but which did of the New York Herald as the vote in the Whig : the world without a head i" "What is the 1M of

!. frtand grew ont of the fact tlmt) a draft ..f the 1/aiik, for I what: i is. proposed! to be done? The Gmipromi-c has I not contain a solitary principle, as Jlr. Webster de- Congressional Caucus, by which the ruling of the your head" replied the needle father sharply,"if*

t .! 'ILl a large amount vas protctc-d here on the 15feL iiitt, I ben ]Kufa nnd ncfjuiewrt] .l in !by the most extreme Total crop of the Unite.! State*. . ,2,831K: )>0 Chair decided the resolution introduced Air.Marhul you have no eyeP -What's the use of aD eve
t I 'or. II I cared! iu his speech at Abingdon, that waft not hearti- that by said the pin, (there is always riomethmg inI"T"I
I r Ijfc. for olin payment J foblte Ttibun*. men in the Soutli. The Wanhiiigt/m Union lia* n<*-
,. I assented to by all the whigs of the Middle and of Kentucky, embodying an endorsement of am more active and can > through mot wrrt
t N The Montgomery Journal <>t the 21st ult says in quiewed in it ainl I the democratic jiarty have ae ]uiet The Whig Caucus in Washington. ly g d.
j >ced in it from Maine to California-from the Atlantic TIle Baltimore Sun of the 21st ult has a full telejraphic -. Northern States Docs the whig organ remember the ComproiuUe Measures as finality was out of or- than von can, saKI the needle l r Ye, but y*
refereDcc the
;, i- to not live Ions." Why DOt r .'. We
I to the Pacific. Do you expect to obtain harmony that declaration i lie has here dor was sustained:- i JOG
account of the Caucus >ccc 4i "TLe foundation cf the above rumor i iI', it is stated in rank if attack D me-on Armstrong for pn very always a stitch in your bide; said the pin.
r. your you hiseuSLillu took declaring insert it and advise the editor that hereafter Aye*-Sectors-Clarke.Davis, Fish, Miller, Spru- "A*
f.! that 1bm growing out of oreonuetted with certain the reason that they do! not agree with somu of you exciting: ( place on the resolutions when I are a"poor erooked creature said:the needle.
1. WaiTe.lembersAllisou .
: 1 .. ntingcucie to the amount of twenty thousand dollars I t tipti the right (,if fecetMiiou f 1 say that they do. however the finality of the Compromise. The Caucus adjourned he speaks of free-soilers to remember that in 1848 the aueir, Under owl. L. D. you arc so proud that yon can't bend without tress-

.I- : lU J was protested but from no fault on the part of in it. true fcensc, as und'-rstood It\o Jefferson, at eleven o'clock at niglit It was determined whig of Florida fraternized with a party which.i I ) Chandler Bowne Cullom Brenton Fowler Briggs Goode- mg your back" HI pull your hfead off if 1011 JI-
,J the JSt MiiryV It was, however, immediately paid. whole Campbell, ,Chapman suit me again."' **Ill rte out if y m edam
Madison and Jaekson and that tile lemoeratic pull your
r ; to hold the Whig National Convention Baltimore 01 i though whig in name, was in fact and in verity a free- Goodrieh. Grey. Hascall, Hebard' Hosford, J.W.II..we thread-
The however causal
t-J. runuir, : excitement at C..lunJiJui', party of the North will stand *ulist.antidv] by the 11I.w. remember your life bongs by a single
J. t: nnd paper to the amount 'If two hundred thousand I declaration that I have made wbicb is in the'language the 17th of J unl'. The t.l1owillg'r the proceedings I soil party: T. M. J (U9t"-,-Hunter, U. G. King Kuhns, Mea- I said the pin. ':

: II" 't'g d-whirs wa* presented and r'flt..metl"h'n thc demand of Gea Jackson." previous to tLe vote on tLe Convention : Gentleman, it U well known that there U nothing chain, 1L D. Moore, )Morehca.l S. W.l'arkf'r. Pcnni-IJ While they were thus conversing a little girl e&

'. 4 :: : sued. A run was ul ) ma,k> on the ogency here j iu this Buffalo platform which in general does not men. Porter Suekett Sehoolernft Scudder Stanly, B. tered and undertaking to sew. srii broke off the needle
I Mr. Marshall} of offered the resolution I'
Kentucky, I
L Wells
y .t ay monung; for some lioiirH. and all JWJKT picvente I A SWEET .-Tlie Wilmington(N. C.)Jour.. introduced by liitn at the first jncctirtj of the WLijj,I meet the approbation and the entire approbation of Stanton Ynte6., Taylor. Walbridge, Ward Washburn at the eye. Then she tied the thread *around
thoUgh nat has a lji"7nipli; : bv "BTlioini Caucus.Mr. all the tchiy* of the and attempting $o sew

.t1 institution bv its charter, ii* not obliged to redeem at m. M. C, (lat>-d New Y they were Win. Brooks Cabell
: : p1 : this point We suppose none, however, acquainted und signed by sundry prominent Whigs New York,I and the Stanly eluunnan -taiiicd Lw and join the free-soil party what would be the result Members Appleton, Cling- the side of the broken needle.

F4.i 1-: p with the fact: had any anxiety on the subject and in which it ie intimated that both Scott and Fillmorc I After discussion objection.between Messrs Why so far nothing would happen but that the whig man Dockerv, P. Ewmg Gentry, Haws Haven, Landry Well here we are," said the IM edle.

tbf'bC 'Who had were soon B 1lt1 1i. We Luc large be thrown pverbjrard, and that Mr. Webster be nominated .. Manshall and a tIle, principally decibion of the C'bnirWI1iI1U5! : lJtlrtJll'OulJ have changed Itt name. That I'would be Marshall. )Martin J. Moore, Outlaw, Schermer- We have nothing to fight about nov," said the
Stanly, White of Williams 8.
1r number of debts throughout the country, for which' ue die Whig candidate for the IJrt'tlidwcI.-Ccm.. tained 46 I$. ,' all Instead of being the whig party, it would be the horn Strother, Ky, pin. I :

\ we would bo happy to give receipts fur St Mary's- ttitutionalitt. Mr.-Mnmliall yeas said, nays as the chair had decided the Compromise free-toil party. We should be all tLere exactly upon The resolution subsequently introduced by Mr.Gen. It seems misfortune has brought us to our"J"*-

; 1 : money.: We received a copy of the ame circular. It mod- principles of the Whig administration .out rl the tame principle vpon vhich v>e hate_already? stood try.0' of TeunettM.'c, also ruled out of order was as follows "A pity we bad not come to them sooocr: S'
L i I Tlie Columbus Times in but then to further and do that which the nceole.u I l
publiohing Mr. Wintcr't they go
: estly asks us to aid in getting tip Webster meetingsin order, the caucus was no place for a Whig to remain, propose :
I would DC a great change-and that is to put How much we resemble huma i beings who qcar'reI
t 1 card remarks agree
and then withdrew.The
: members of in
our vicinity, Ac. But we hope they will excuse usour Van Burcn at the head of the whigparty. (Laughter RtM-. That the Whig Congress about their blessings till they lone them.and never
"Mr. Winter informs that be will alie negative votes against the decision of the cluir thus recommencing a time and place for the National
F us BO soon affections are centred in another object Whilewe and applause." C.. find out that they ore brothers till they lie do1m.
11 can arrange his schedule, offer ct Public Vcndue all Southern Stanly, Morehead, }fc'tJ-- Whig Convention to assemble are not to be understood I ,.
were men except
admire in Mr. Webster the dust we do?
j of his real estate in Columbus, and a considerable many things ,we are free to So much for Davy Wilmot and the Scntlnefi as pledging themselves to support the nominee together r rur

% ; portion of what be owns in Montgomery, and receive confess that he is not the man we want to see President i- loin miil two Keutuckiaus. "m<" of said Conventvn except upon the condition that the The Democratic State Central Committee of

p notes of the Bank in payment This he states will coycralargeportionofthe&culationoftheThuik.whk4j- lie is too strongly committed against the institution Among Ute aflinnative were Fowler, Wade, Campbll. But the third resolution of the Madison series fares persons then aivl there nominated as candidates for Pennsylvania have issued an Address to their brethren

; of slavery for our taste We care not to see a Sac-kett Schoolcraft, and others- better with our neighbor. It is u also indefinite," President and Vice-President shall publicly and unequivocally {the Presidency
no of the United States in relation to next
% is aliout three hundred and fifty thousand dollars. pledge themselves regard the series of mea-
The attendance was rather thin number of Soutli-
His Hour Mills in Columbus and Montgomery also man in the Presidential chair who tens ts that he never and at the same time "a cordial proffer of ,the band lures known as the Compromise measures as a final settlement in the course of which they gi\"J! these gentle ntf-
and of Mr. Webster's friends
members being
receive the notes in payment of Flour and Meal tot baa consented and never will consent no matter era some to every shade of opinion on sectional matters i IP is of the dangerous questions which they embraced nations:

-. email purchasers and this in connexion with bu IronWorks what may be said to the contrary, that there absent true too-for nothing could be be better calculated ; .and to mau turn that settlement inviolate.A "If the National Convention shall (decide agaiit'I

.' to in Montgomery insignificant amount will soon and reduce enable the circulation the Bank shall be one foot of slave territory added to the Union i TIP NEGRO RACE.-Bayard Taylor, writing from to weaken the bonds of political fr ;,between Washington correspondent of the Charleston Courier candidate, we cannot promise that onr people will 1J bear> ;

..'.. to resume very cash payments at an early lny-but lie is beyond what the original thirteen States had. We Nubia in Upper Egypt, says: such men for instance, as Ilallett Rantoul, ,,Hamlin says that Ute seceding members are-Messrs. the decision without bitter mortifieatibn.for their now"State-
is aroused. If the ban they
resolved to close the affair of the institution and surrender want no man President who is so intensely free-foil as "'( friends of the African race who point to Frestou King, Chase and the Florida Democratic Republican Brooke Strother of Virginia, Cabell of Florida, Cling- pride fcr is set thoroughly aside have no hope cl sneceedingatsnotbertinie. -

.. the charter. To save trouble, he will arrange tliat it is approaching a little too near the Seward Egypt as a proof of what that race has accomplished Convention than a declaration for the finality !- man and Outlaw of N.Carolina/ManJuJl Kentucky If they Pennsylvania must wait until sM Fe-
Trith several of the Agencies here to redeem the small l mistaken. The features
are wholly only 1-nn
the J&fak and bis Iris in marks far our liking. negro reprelented of the compromise? Does the,Sentinel mean to Gentry of Tennree, Landry of Louisiana, and Williams sents more unexceptionable man than Mr.Tl
: potci of own estate represented Egyptian sculpture are.t.bo8e of slavesand
I to bo A" immense one, ADd if as be a>turc> the [3f A letter writer in i one of our exchanges captives taken b the Ethiopian: :wars'of the Pharaohs.The insinuate by this that there is any political fraternity of Tennessee' Those Southern members who she most wait (army:'

1 public hfl will t sulid by the Bank, the public cannot discourses thus upon Jenny LbxTs matrimonial movement temples and pyramids Uiroughout N bi as far between Northern firee-soilers and tho democrats remained in the caucus,were portions of the Tennessee, WoooKf NCTICKW Ocn>waTL< Pan ccirttpo-

suffer more than a teiiT.'T' *tneonveiacnc :- as the Dar-Fur and Abysinia all bear the hieroglyphs of Florida ? If i it does, we say shame ,upon it for Ha North Corolina and Kentucky, delegations wit: dent of the National InteUiytnc* gives:. '.
W. Wit d.aI to'tbe 'wiblio, !bt this informa- of these monarch, and there is no,evrienpe ,4n all the ,
tJea should be bud before'! it, & prder to 0 prevent an ','Mr. Ooldschmidt b a small thin week human article valley of Uie Nile.thai the Negro .ever,!attained a ungenerous suspicion. TbeStflliMnetds not to be told Jones and Cullom of Tennessee,Morehead, Stanly,and :laughable iiformatioii. It ,appear that tire

: unoecewtry panic f-"j fiMriflgq,v(bfH. ty biU-b04ers.! ,'extremely inclined to take eare of himself; and higher degree of civilization tiiau is atip" exinbi- that-we utterly detest the whole brood of free-soilers,, Dockery of North Carolina, Grey, Ewing, Ward and have Ieamed, to mate.COVt1/Eit cit/si el

: It 5- to be boped. that Mr. Winter's -as..1JfIDCe o. has just apoHtatued fromthaJ.wWiitb: to theC1d4tin. ted in Congo and Ashantee. Imentiun ihls .from and will Lave no political fraternity" with them. IiI ,White of Kentucky, and Evans of Maryland. worthless Hoar. ne pasts :rdongh-: ,- by m.of.
j I He won Jenny br an assiduity attenk any feeling hostile to that race but' simply to controvert of 'that dangerous faction get into the Baltimore It is said that ;the seceders wfll shortly issue a *a mads to ,a iniD 'tJ*
.the tol eacy.fjftbe3ank Tll prove nt 1! >o beyond all parallel He never left her 1.- the opinion very prevalent some part of the manifesto monlds aMMblly prep***; .
;. .: *eI"er fd, her opinlooa were Its own: And United &atta.1 1 ..- ,jt Convention they will go there as they did in 1848 to to the public for the porpoM justifying. their shape of grains of eoft* wkeAef Moeia. ,*!*

QT Tbe Jfew; York flereld says: ."If Boetoa, Her ts b' 'enny 11Dd Dy:1O arranged _' A 'aeeompliab the overthrow of the democrat party, and, position. boo; Martinique to suit tbe taste. >tb1ThltikiiItheS1kedtilthtakestheeakr* """

,ba.fclt the bhting flectt. of abolition tnilH&ataoobd ;n 11 w be that ..:.:rbblollS 1ri11 blUr be able to Hox.-J.1f. CuLTTOif roi 'Soorr_A'whig ueetbg we.:predict i r they will ,be about aa aoooessful DOW \

Kew York U J1If'Pfrl1 dI a weekly was held at De1warity: on the nth whlthwuhi .', But ur .The .Boston BM' thejnan.with. the
troaaon beginning; her turn,\ to Ioueh a pa he 2' as; they were then. why j is tbe whig organ M, says Dew :. t_ .,udfttai1edai thgTSF

reap tbe same"jitjcr.e perl xefioai tLe same eataeudif ---r.d ,' .h. I b. IieiJrnene fa ddrewodby the HooJ; M. CuTTOir, bvorbf the .anxious to make it appear that the.Northern democrat hat -h wno:Pa.v" .fc ,'_1>Mrd !la .advanoe- he who mthe"goeery ttorea. 1eadJ!". WI1'.. ._ D

yiueoal i.f hM : y TheM: : 4 d .. noins ooofGeaScxVrrto'th'e'; :larelato drinks BO liquor .,whon ask dsaad Uxn hat ; : bI"D.
.- there i 14'aft sraraty .Southern mertjhanto ) I' are, 'like the Northern whig, abolitkniised; and onry an .

;,fttthi! < ? ..atczr, 3itss! T-t know at k. 'bow toQA ,.1 ""! .' '.Ji' t. / .-- tlte 6 peoVni-emeasnrcs i ,Mr.:Ouxtov said he, besmeared with free-soil la it so f An they rotten,, agreement:with the landlord to get'tbree eentTev< yGoielMrdHokar 'aeot' .' falsflb .,CbKI oJ $ -
th .
1 __ -: 1hU DL 1i oI1J.uo aad xay U farwffl onii1 -.1 Gtatp WM1"'.5'aiMd,, to'the'wee"tW j I t binu** : '-oed b propriety,ofsottaining,them, eDd d& theybaie DC more regard fbi inpromi.l;I bTto_ _iaCrmf.... _- o5ffii-me .a' od possible._ .fa1Itats. .., ., ._'' *,_, .W, ..,...." .. ,,_, .o.a," ., t

-- 1'1R, p. ,-i& enjoerobsoto *-ajM t.h :.a'f:"- 1781, having ( a vju -t._there.never had been any. of the' but t5b3
; '
,.will go 'to';rtHd lpTjU attbeir :Biltia, for been inkkted'.44t'of.''it ber HSS.The'i 100th I thatjn his ,11adpud: resorted ttftreibrc alwply in the negative. 'We ,dar tnjcnti, berfiv l.'Q "that. .whicn cottii mOlt, and IeIi.Tb N&tienaI' jitBQ5t
rut *
good: wd the trade of tbUb n anotvenary nit Mtiatirn"r to'be celebrated tbr tJ h- I on I'CIfJOn darer for ota the diolntiop l legislation oIUati.profsccn I nJ, or'any other bitter enemy of this democratic par-. :.nothing mere,"' .firea -

act for the ambition of cttijcr." .out the Union. 4 in order to protect and suvc it. .> .




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._ sg wkii )*iW1y110ia *T aiaai ooamrAU.Frort j Would you like the loxorj of a new sensa- cI'r.cu1tr 7O1LEON .V3rt. t> PR1c from New 1TJST recefst X S S

up the aynnai [ rtfer Edition of AM TToriJ tint Take jour:aUnd six feet from rail. Robert Hf. Williams X> Orleuu, 5- I leva, l

belt of Southern Whigs, from "the Sleep 1. -tbe-rfiostiy winds are blowing: road in the night; mid 'awaH'thc paaeageof ti S 10 casks Basil SiII.SSad SbouUm, iocagsstdii S S i
a 5
.,. ,. Whig Caucus. .Exactly 1OW4nUCtI No moon's abroad; no star is glowing: the expreM train.' There is no wind stirring. A A. FWier, S SbcrMt S At, Haley T. Blockcr.- Sheriff 5 tiorcea 8Ug2tCUt5dsHAX4iu' S S '3' Sbot&brt, : VS S
difficult to f. .Krtlinf bfl To the land where 700 find Ire going! light of the stars., The 7S barrels Soperfina Flour, sI .
I kpe,Uton m final dkeiJntioa nf the tra- We arc going afar hum of life has ceased. Blackness and si* Jethro virtue Bradley of a decretal and Lemuel order B.of th eOes.B Hon.. J.Waylet 25" Family S 6 tiemea Sugar Curtd'and Baggad i ao*>

4eV which 1 u .0 J"ff suLcwtad between Beyond moon or*tar. lence brood together upon the face of the Baker,Judge of the Circuit Court of the Middle 3 Leaf Lard, S 2sho.zNrM.1'bst** S 5
f the South, ay4 Fedof To the land where the sinless angels 1 II l2kegs N ft and SO ka 2i JLaaX Hard. .
Right men ( are earth; Afar off! the listening ear catches Circuit in and for Leon County,ro Chancery,rendered 4 lies* Beef, ,
fi'banrels Molasses S -
: the NrtIi The for- lost my heart to your heartless! sire ; dawning roar. Half beard and half felt-it in this cause, b open Court, on tbe*27th March 1852, 6: S ISO barrel Family and flfoptffin*lIeu Y ,

ncv to t&ir old Kepublieaa (kith, will, (Twns melted away by his looks of fire;) grows into more distinctness-partly revealed I win sell at public outcry, before the Court House S | Big Syrup Homniony-, S .5 2 hogshMdi aoperieir Brava S nrri S
1tz in the rank of Forgot my God, and my father's ire door, in Tallahassee,, ou the rst Monday in June CTmfi d '
kethcir the of White Beaiw
jssitiOI by trembling die solid earth and 2 ,
: be bOP' All for the sake of a man's desire: next, to the highest bidder, for cash, the following 300 brahela Com;
aia id in counteracting' the central- But now well go partly felt as a shapeless horror filling the air. described Lands, to wit: 2 hogsheads* Brown Sugar Foesalelo'w'forUied.ak S

frequently 6llo* itsclf b that Whore the waters flow. Every second swells its awful volume, and WSWL&'F2NofR3EE&SW J. 10 1 barrels Rectified Clarified BfiURT:A KOWLK3, 1 4 .
r Whiskey
,011 Jo this, they can! >h much And make us a bed where none shall know. deepens its terror. The earth now quakes Sec S. T 2, N of R 8 E; W J N W J. Sec 3. T 2, N t tierce Carolina Ries. April 10, 1852. -14 tf T '

If dcy ; ff the. Federal Goera, under its tread flashes of R S E, or so much thereof as may be necessary to Just received and for ale -
livid by '
rt *"Jwrtlio*** action The world is cruel ; the world's untrue: -a blazing glare raise the sum of scrcn thousand, seven hundred and Valuable Plantation fat Sal s.
*ri M rcr*""*" ."T'K'ty11 Our fWa are many our friends are few: horror into the surrounding air-and you see, five 48-I dollars, with interest from the date afore S JAMES a GAMBLE S

**t M it*< 0 "tber luuid, devote thomsclveea Xo work, no bread however we cue I crawling along in snaky track, with fiery said, decreed ,to complainant, and the1 costs of raid April 24, 1852. 1C HEP2aton at present occupied by SITJ JS D.JL .-
d tl'Y.' What i is there !left f.r us to do,- iit S :
and Purchasers
croucheS p< sale. to for
Constitutional Union party head to the ground and its long expensesof pay '
But fly-fly, Master's titles. Stability-SetrityPerpttuity. nilaq West of Tallahassee, immediately oa the toed %
frum Maryland io 1'cxus, train swinging from side to side with to The land ia PiM and Haor ock-
p t1e wbAe South Froai the cruel sky a wavy BENJ. F. WIT ITN ER, $ I ,OOOOO() leading Quincy.

difficult to ele-U-rniiiie the issue of such a And hide in the deelxit deep and die! motion-a gigantic power, crushing the eartli May 1, i85l. 17 5t Master in Chancery. STATEMEXT or TUC AKTAUS or THE rich,and prudneeaottoi ; Guru,To&atOo, Ac. Tbero"
v 600 about. 260 ? whiA U deatcd. The
t MUlh its and whirlwind with are acres o
% and we hope \iill, (tliougb we tread, creating a
;: It nay. Mutual Life Insurance Company PlanUtiua is well watered arid 4aItBj. a
g ,
naiJ H favorably fjr the veil being A DAKGEHOUS FELLOW ENTRAPPED.We its blasting breath, as'it sweeps along. Is Estray.1AME OF KEW-YORK -ALa.'S

: 1MIXVCT'T, that we should. have a letter from a respectable citin of Thom- there anything in the world which impresses to my plantation on the 4th nIt, S
1jteiU1Y. rroicr Ptnati'rati J friends B aiutt : nt-ville, G a., dated the 22J instant, which furnishes the mind with a profounder sense of resist a bay FILLY. She is about 3 years No. 35, Wall Street, The 1an ('1W ( go- ld. has in her lace and her left hind of Tallaliaarce. on the Ockoloclconea ae for
y.ution an account <>f the di-U-c-tion and arrest of a confessed a star For the year ending January 31f,
less than that with its
The might power enormous mass, foot wlJte. ale. There are 200 acres clearwL The plin i* S
B: consequent | abolition emissary-but more probably a pure Murrvlii Tlie owner Is requested to come forward,
tbth.rn4erUUc?> Presidential nominee of, -. The wriu-r had forgotten the name the man hailed blazing eyes and smoky breath-rushing with prove property, pay charge, and take her nway. o 1' o O oo, => In' o** o icalthy and the water good.
apice and from the speed of a cancon ball and startling the BURTON R SMITH. .. S Person wishing to purchase,can call on me in Tal'ikisftee .
nnj Boue Otjj0r StUtItrtI statue, by, we uppose the tenor of the account,that ; ) .e. ) 2 I- 'I SS
(* hf May 1, 1M2. 17 2t coo '::0 c n' or the owners on the prenuaea.
uc dwtiun of (;en. Sc"tt, ana tie iaMaich is an ent-re rtrnnger.Ou air and earth with the overwhelming horror C.A.BRTAK ,
the iilit instant ho went to the House of a free think 5 I 1 I- i' 't I
of its ? What would the
in xt of a Scwai d nduiiuKtriitioaff3 flight savage Notice. 7) ei a a) 3 April 10. 1852. 14 tf i
m-jrro woman where seem to have been perhaps accidentally -D
*" seeing it for the first time Imagine such a _: :- .: .
.j uimeutJ on i'u> action, from collected) several negroes, and to them he A1 persons creators, legatees, entitled to distribntion ,, o. Sale on fast Monday in May, 1852.
rgi" (f the Nrtk OHtR'd| his buhimts. He was full of oointnist-raton: and flight across the country fifty years ago unheralded f>r otherwise interested in the estate of

ilc" ;' 1ptr tbe NtW i'ik lhii re tired witli! the ncvulent purpose o( tiking tht m all to by any rumor of its coming-revealing William O. Clark late of Jefferson County, florida, S C 0 )) 0 0 Z I 0 IP t' Ie- Sheriff's Sale.V S

l; ye 3C Vj) Liciz the vltulerm4f.1lPI'r. St. Domingti country w ln-re they could enjoy free its existence by its presence, and rushing deceased, are hereby notified to exhibit their claim* a e. r4 virtue of two vrrits of Len fades, ned froi
.' ,4jilM.u< VI ipi 'f f11& tblUJ dom. AfUT a string of poldt-n! promises and a threat suddenly into oblivion, as it now rushes into and demands,within two years from ties date, to the I p .-; !:: Io qCti.c S_ ..1t B the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court icr tha

of niurdt-r if they disclosed the subject the interview the darkness while the undersigned or the same will lx barred : and all pernu l ( '- s cn ,- ,tc 3 flinty of Qadsden,b the Middle Circuit of the State-
(! i* \lThlr r.ppr.rerrtly f>r;ct that a very he iippjinted a rendezvous at t'io' same house, after! you gaze upon spot indebted tit the said deceased, are requested to __ -' Ci C) c. S 'a 55- of wherein William Forbes and Thomas Moo-

r'4lftlitirNi'Jhcnib"rilhrrtiin Congress niyht, tcllii'g them to collect as many as could IK? relied \\heie it disappeared, and hear only the faint make immediate payment. (h .: roe, Guardian,
i jjl tin4 e.-rnprmic bills; uly tkrtfr on with wircty, as he wanted lo take with him all echo of its distant tread. What rumors of it EMILY CLARK Qualified Executrix. I I have leried upon and trill expose lor sale,

2iut'Vlti vote* wore cT-t infi\orofthe: FuiLa" he ( ouM, both bond and five. would fill the eaith. What tales of its grandeur Jefferson County, May 1, 1852. 17 8m ; I at public outcry to the, highest bidder before the C
e 0
.D ; tfwt) '"f(lh"* 'bnv nn-mlxTS, but
r. r-. i.' v | tlio d-I'-JT-iti'm .fmru. the Stale i.f by u laily, who coinnmnk-etcd it furihwiih! to MifrKrs.VV. THE Sabscribtr will keep, during the season, a .0 It:5 S Monday in llay 1852,within legal hours, the So How- S
the of the
Mif, t"r/4 V"J** a"a! I' t i.n'j but oue A. Ivoy, P. A. Love and AYillium McClendon, credulity remotest village gossip. assortment of the following articles hid : Ie ing described property, to wit:

c1 rke4 11kfl bt vt for itll and they at once tOOk measures to ci.tnp; iho lUK-nl. New York Timnt. he invitee pnrclia ei' to call and see-and will sell at .S. Tom,a negro man aged about seventy yean and S

1 1n : :c)1 tIIe1 n Statki tlrnt every Lore and McClendon Bc-cn-tftl themselves in the as low prices as cun be had in the city: r _E TVinny hia wife aged about seventy years. I

',..tbtb eceptiI vf L-a iuJursei I House, and other citixcns lay in wait ouuide. The Kneel and Pray. Iljifun Side4, BiIlommnnv, Levied upon as the property of said defendant, and

SWtP.of the V ibr.i't ]>roM.s : ,
/ U '"f(!Id' JfoituemStaJ ufTiraini it True to hia appointment, the rascal made his app ]!<-U'l in lo\e, and holy fear; Shoulders, South Carolina Rice, "z .5: .S a '.- 4 SAMUEL B. LOVE ShenEQuiney

f iirl': i In Y'I'1)t'' wbile. nt' ))liUCal 1y daroJir. -aiance at 9> o'clock! in the evening, and found a Kneel! licfore him now in prayer ; Sti ar-Cnrcd ITams, Fresh Corn Meal, -ui April 8, 1852.. 18 tf ,
tevivir nn r- 1'( itILLrf.'rt ft4if hearty clvonie The evening was chilly, and they Thank him hia constant cure; Plain do lava Coffee in wrnall!! mats.

North v rev to nl-tindm 811rtiwI. nil drew round the fire lie threw down a large bun Praise him fir Us bounties! tiled N. C). Drown Sugar, 44 u bv Die sack, : i : ii. Leon Female Academy. .

t-tUVvethan.K-. and tmtfli.o! VIY'fl the principles M hwlirufWi die of cooked provisions, and called for i ometliing to Every moment on thy head; Porto Uico do. do. Cio '4 TIlE Trustees nf Leon Female Academy hav apJL ,- S
: tt tUir ilieUti >n, unit bi retain) eat. At first, he was exceedingly apprehensive and Ask fir light to know his will ; Cl do. White Whine and Cider -: "- .5- -- Cf 3 5 ) -:V j.= pointed the Rev. P.TH.I.ER BABBIT, A. IL, Principal

4r t.'l1 ( v.. f.Tnprtj'ji'm ciwiM p.ibly l>e innreJiahsed supeious-hiteiicd very closely-.-ilwlarcd with an Ask for love thy heart to fill; Stewart's Clarified Surar, Vinegar, who b to enter upon his duties on Thnr day, .

th.4T ftfll '8p111t1. ii tiu'VI.ig C.iueu. bil ojiih that there ww potneihinc wrOiig--Forn(body ly- Aik for faith fn l-ar tlu-e <>n 41 Loaf elo. C.uokipg Wine, : '3 = April the first It a designed that this School shaft' '

bl itiflPt'1'U'1' priid upu them. j ii.g in wait. Tliu negroo told him it impi&>iM i- In the name of l.U dear Son : 44 ('ru4uiI l do. Lamp Oil, 1.1' 0 .4 furnish the opportunity for a thorough and elegant i
5- -
!b"w in-viuMvllavetl.-v .N.-w yot k.ohio utid tJ.' .-the dogs were tote severe and watchful for any Auk his jiirit Ptill to guide thee ., Graunlateil do. lard 4/ zt4 Si educationS fTmut S J l

ouM t.t"fN into l1i .11 jt1fl raiiLi.l I bo K to rpproac-h without their knowledge. lie then! Through the ills that may I betide thee ; 44 Pov.'dvlt-d do. Sweet ;_.n: i: .E .- ;; f- ..- -- :. pfr Sf<* on of The J/cmtV f S

I fhi- nndol, iJ- lh.) r !': '? wiuiiicnl and the belIt out u servant to rc-c-mnoitre, who rfturnud and Ask for piwe to lull! to rest Leaf Lard bv the keg, Vorce'ter Sauce and 55 n .-S- c ? = = 5 & Orthography, Reading and Writing. ?10 00" tj
I; ono ) (4 t1 .North ('iU 41( tj1jL tlii fact- 1 reported nil right-H hereupon he the doors Kv.-rv tumult of thv .roast; ..' by the lurrel, otheri. ; -- -- rj3.o: .= 7 .2 3e.3 Arithmetic, Geography, English Grammar, j 4'I
I 1tbie; Afrk lov jtn-\\ ffar.Kuni Jloln.>a h bv tin' t'o. Dnrhani Mustard ..: ._ := -. .. te S 15X7' ti
ifldUdtS ith th -full jing mt ilith- fat. and proceeded to bu Tue Thnei servaiits cKwclyaKto tluir of.hloii! ui fo'iow him, p.iy child, f,r Gut! is here Snip by the half ilo. Cayenne Pepjr, Ac. -: -. .- ;s = :z 7. Physical Oeographr, Natural Hitory ICa- j
nnd b.fiiiiiiiig tatikfiod of this fact, he talked of his J'.rownCuiulU3 Su.ari onnll boxi, alid lrc.ii .- -s- = I i S : | 3 tuna!.Mental, or Moral PLiRwphy, Chera- ,(

'-ft''''' nov nrr.1 it ii' r. 'l c-aey to fnfUilic rt'te. uxe in pmuius 'jvr.itionii the kind. He said SET A noon KXAMPLK. Nothing is &o easy in w1i1e; und Lit!
; JvrtlM d III tlif eoui:7 (nlrt trill I.eI lie had carried o9'thirteen lots of slaves-all of *honi : done as to preach and talk of obligations boxI-4, Pic JCic Crarktrs, ; T _-T.-: 3 Jfl Historic[ ,Logic, Algebra,GeometirLatin and I

ft > tUofiunyfpnil' It wj'ti l 1krut) free pud \v.ulJ be if Starch in 1 Ib. p3etS, Water Greek, 2$ OO1
4 ins t >o were now happy as tiny tury | which we are under to do ju>tly and to walk iillililfir :: ,
I ript; I.V 1C $ 'ii! 1iv-) I.84I; 1 cau' and fr followed him. To tin intjuirj' of the Bervriits, is fi by the 1 1Cliocolafe Iwo:, Huttt-r March 27, IS32. 12 tf :

, $fl CD l, t t.tlk nh'ut iuw thtr iuvs t1.n th.s'i. luilicr lie sometimes di>! not meet w ith difficulty, he humbly ; but it i is altogether .1 different matter Ci-m fe'arcbJHeidic ( Pilot and Navy Bread, "frMINTTRV / : ? Jii E4 11

i. vii rw Ut (.f uvry. T1e wblE] etutrv wi.1 Lu had got into one K-raj, whioh cost( to write, and preah, and talk simply by example. Cliamjiaigne, Porter and Ale by the doz. H. G. FARRELL'S
-- 5 thPe4urf4i"n ; : t44l l ()3xIrty scJiIkt.rI him ticlit huiidred lon-s!! l-ut was too Miuirt to 1 hue And yet, though the former be use Hjutaino. Cider bv the doz., C- Arabian Liniment, u a most extraor i i

I ">nTi jv.hf.My j.revtit: it.Vht1i- caught again ; and if detected, he could! not be taken, ful, bow much more, able and iflVcthois Brandy of llo- same, Old Whiske-v, FOT.. M. D.. Mi-Jiral Examiner, who attends GENUINE the truth of which is plcedbeyond

! rrf> 0'iite! !>iv5Il K-iiJ Mill fartlur to .trcztLbetI RS he cxiUMilvrid hiniM.lf - ruiB-htuti! ms Lii 4'rC't new itum adcs uioiuid HKtiluat coUid bu him. litre, to Ut the Slu-rry Rectified JOSEPH UWST. (>>uns 'lK r.
put upon the cures being daily performed by if, which
, cjrva81t' pr.itrct Mill furllwr ll) lights aud lii- jKilut. .Mc-strs. McClendon and Love suJudenly niadt essays on the cardinal virtues, compared with SujH-rfine Flour, Miirtina* and Picjih'IIi. JAMES B. GAMBLE. Agent, previously many had resisted all other medicines and thefckillof

IfKTt'nfftcSut1ithe; tNtn tthe Soulli must judge their appearance, well-aimedand he submitted to ar 1 the excellencies of tlto life in which these 1'amily Flavoring Extracts Ac. April 24, 18T>2. Tallahassee.Runavay. the best physicians in the world. It iscom-' .

I {rtbmwhf*. Itn ; wit in Mltnce. AfUr the arrest, he avovcd himrcl:r' virtues have a living, vital existence I It was PIT sale nt low prices fur cahwlH lpsale nnd re posed of balsams extracts and gums peculiar'

1ii1lbe' ,Pa'.fl.r 'r'ivnc'. If thoy we an ab.slti.niit-perl&nps preferring that character t4> aMurrrliite 1 L not alone the doctrines, advanced with such tail. JAMC.S B. GAMBLE. Arabia-possessing:, in a concentrated form? oil

fit;*et vith tli'-ii J> litioal br -thre-J .f! the North;, up- which he vujcntly! w.Hins to be-althou lI dignified and persuasive eloquence, by our April 24. 1W2. 1C "IT'ROM 1 the Subscriber's" plantation ia Gad .lcnL their stimulating;. Anodyne, penetrating, oncutdua '

(mrAI t 1hy .esn lu>ld, nnd v.ith-iut frciii I no very experienced one,as we should j judge from hiiI I' County, about the fi : Jesus Ch'Lt tho wonderful mira- Call and Sec !
r. 1)n) JLjUaJ"Lieb vcotil1.lrade gui bre.ak I |iroce<*din T i in thin case. After some consuluiti ;u Saviour nor cro Mlnw'by the name JOHN. HP is about ago. were used by ihe "Sons of the Desert," with

thi J.'wn.titi! ern: tep tie C uct 'free froni iiveInntiAcrV -I to w hat diHo| >>iii(>n fhuuld be made of the fellow, lit des performed by him, which made the hearts Jt'ST received per Schex>ncri W. IL Ptttcs and L. five feet, seven inches in Leigth. Very black, stout nrh miraculous success, in coring the diseases of

: Jnt if tli.v- d.'inuiid t1ictllf4ln&U I was feuiruidvicti to the civil nuthuritio, and lodgiJiijail. I of turn follow after him ; these were rendered : r", niilt slow and low i-uuntry s-ji-'ken; ; and having been both man and beast.
: be iiiitictiV made; tkt thi X<.> doubly! effectual by the examj.le which he ft casks Hiobe} l Sides, raided in Fat Florida will pn>bably endeavor to tret Read folfmrine remarkable tines, tcfiiek} sfitvldof

irId1a: ::1wii\ the quoni: if Slavery, I| [77 ;.7 " iri tkt tluM Vftil b tio! oulv i-Mie mavcd _. set all limes, even under must trying 2 Clear Side. livery to me at mv plantation. or placed in any jail so G. FARRELL'S ARABIAN LINIMENT aFar

' 5k' .''i;.$1l jai ruiew'iill, the a itntin! vbi"i! Beligicus. I ITi cumslancc (CO I US.*. Extra Ohio Flour, that I c-tn get hiril SAM'L CALDWELL leyond any similar remedy.

rjnij>l)tH''ftinrse 'v onlil, ut I'lH'e nlliiv. But \\ > Quart orly Meeting of the -thiKiiht E1enpal And so it is now, ( in .n.n humble sense, liy 40 Extra Rt Loul\ Quincy, April 24,1852. IB tf About a year and a half ago. swelling appeared
< x.v"a( ul t"-i tl o i t- .f the S icthth human Men preach anti 10 MHS Pork in my wile's stomach, gradually increasing in s1z
chinch i ; now being hld in ILls plai-c, the csfri"? >fwhkh mere Impcs. may
I.liJtep3; (*uf "uatjy, ve Ata lh(>y hsnc not fi 1 bag.; Rio CofToe, Notice. until it became a* Urge as my fist, and so sore that
; :eI1.iIiQ arc conducted by Rev. Mr. Lry, the Minister of; the world will listen, but profit cunics by tximj C Ixixes Can-lles she could not bear the least pressure upon it with'

$iU he 1v
Bi-uniwick (Ja, iind HMunK of the LLtek Creek Circuit gentleness to his children by many sound 6 tii-rces S;'?nr Cured IL-un', as Agent FLAVIUS A. BYRD. our best doctor, and they differed in opinion about
the him his beast inn 26 il some said it was an Ague Cake or Enlargement
Scott and ;
Whig: Party. We l<-nrn that inufh interest on the mbjci-t of piecepts, but) they see bbVlufkey, April 21,152. 15r
' T1eAaT OUn Wtf .nfq'l j in bliilf] the and and ii 2 .'Lanl Oil Extra of the Spleen; come,that it was an Ealargeraent
: rude- : ,
< j in manner, consequence
the UWvtiug i is niaioftisted by a larg congrcgativ.ii angry Before purcbaii - Cclthuti'nai Uirn jwrty g f lh i South, -puiliite* | re ukr uttcudanec.Mr. his intructions arc worse titan lost, for they Fee for yourself, as I will you sell! lo-sr for rash and Notice.ALL Ovaries, and could not be cured except by cutting it

Sec:. i (Zr', incnninioiihag uk
c ariidi' .f ih.s LUJjd -, as n gentle and humane man, would have April 24. 1S52. 1R or otlterwie iineested in the estate of try H. ('. Farrell's Arabian Liniment upon it, and
from the Florida C 'Lf.rcntie at the last meeting r.f that
Warren Brumley, late of Jefferson Comitr, Florida strange as it mav appear upon the third application
Ltethe \ for hi4 children \\ithoutone
, ) f.siiowing : Ikk: I b sly, dopiuled; for the ficl.l of hi* lalwr on Tu *Jay been sufficient des'ased, are hereby notified to exhibit their claims *hebr ranto improve, and has continued getting
'I Iiw; .1rpri.c UioT< ../t' l nrn that G4nerjI hj=t. We learn that die Southvru Conferences of the word of command. Men are just like children Spring and Summer Clothing1. and dt'tnanda within two years from this date to the better daily, until now she is as well! u ever-en* t

)oat in ptdtitiuis u''t t-vMi a . S-'tfli: >',r can any man huvc: junon:; the tnipf i Church have now in ompW itfiiiiatett: it'll < and Co ;I I three Tljc Aewx-L-ition) in of COATS VESTS and PAATAlXiXS.
n v J ward. ir w very l-.ucl. defiles. Apart fnun that, we of the : iiif.'niia, n we are alboiuformetl, Mate tliat thepar- and true, pass suited to the reason, manufactured from the WM. A. GTXK1XS, AdmV. [ Robert llludf. Postmaster, says :]

*as jijrtf, Itno m, fa'iy fur niiiitia lVf-iJ.*nt".- lssv will funiiah their agents vitli one ear and out of the other.OBITTJAttY.. mo t approvcil materiaLs, btylcs fashionable,vi>rkuiau- Jefferson County, April 21, 1S.V2. Ifi 1 3iu CEEESTOWW, PA..March 27, 1S49.|
iit Miteioiuiry
;toi.t a civilian a stat. inaii-he-nee, Gen. Sr-cttj "" shiji iinsurpausctLl'iie.'s One woman baa used your Liniment with great
JnitLy tie fLitt'rinsinrfjou to bis fml, tint he ?1,000 cadi] f v their supjKirt in California the first year. LIT tO suit the times.A Liquors and Wines. 4iicce?. She had lost Ihe use of her Ig3 for three

unJ'r wiy cir'-uiiu tjincc*, receive our tujiport.i irfully they will u>t lunger wed aid from this quarter, but will! Died in thi city on the 2Mb nlt, <;EOP.r.E( LEVI- pi-il -'I, 852.. H W. T. MITCH ELL. CASKS Fuperi Brandy, years, the cord being contracted so that her leg

; jivld 1.itii all tli. b.morljch his i imi'JU.ry f Ix fceif-subtaiahig in their new &JtKktiniillle Rtub XUS, >t s-oii of JeMirgu and Sarah Damon, -S 2 1 low price were ben a* much while standing as U natural fur
; ; IiiI(1 fcnJ'V-s nierit, yet the Union'I joun 4C Oranges and Lemons. the po iTion of rhe !le-rs while stftinjr, and she cotld j
!icon, 1C months. 1 oM Mi>n< ngahehi Whiskey,
. (lithe S >tiih Ui5ik his i,(r-j.)ri in the annjmu
: kt9iq4s..I tii j 1.1 i* (v ]ti.-3ty, jind ultngvthcr moieir i| KEy WEST.-A o irre. pon'>nt of the Albany Pegis.! ''REBECCA Died in Jfewju-rt McCMITT on the only Urth daughter ulL ELIZABETH'>f tlii- late J 10 CLARET. Ju-t received and frby sale 2 NE Ruin, Arabian Liniment she is now able to walk S
and has limit. I have
_'1ll) 141 tai-U-f than'thc ExcuU Chair >fj JAMES B. GA31I5LK"April 44 with ea e. a straight found jt
|j rui'ILV< ljaluul eutigb of luilili.i"U'ne tcrilxs Key Wctt as a ziobtdchigbtful reidnco.. Timothy McCurty, of St. Marks, and Elizabeth C. 21, 18.12. 16 2 cas-k Gin, a most eTcellect remedy for hon flesh ; also,for ii %
h fair end clear t-kio. mel less itillrr. The dcctWd was in the I 4th year of lwj. J Shfrrv-good, which external '
t' .t of tL.Mii, and v.ere Gn. to I Thire are! inrc days 1 u Madeira 4. every thing requires an remedy.
it cffiftaally: tLc *tiiuihu.hl.i afl'i'iii'nwithC cloudy mid rainy weather at Ky Wes-t. than any j.nge-wa affected for five 3 ear? with Scroffnla-f hcI
Hats of SpringStyle.. 2 barrels cooking Wine, Ae, tc.
and in her drath
%rd 4 >. have iuiprosbcd lain, tliul the Uu I U>rc her affliction* with fortitude The Opinion of an OtJ Experienced and Scientific
up..u llrtnare about
: 3r: <>f the Southve rcrxait will imt rally uu- othor jl-ioeiiithe United tatee. has created A void in the tuiu'iv! circle which never A9hl0NABLE Moleskin Hats,latest fihion,with For sale by JAMES R GAMBLE. Farrier.VjsairrGToNIowAJone26.
aL iji-i, 'Jlii.feck to lvvat j aeivilLui: aLitl'a.u SCO fair days in each year, v hile on the Northern will be filled. .T all qualities of Black and Drab Ko-vuth Hats.- April 17, 1352. 15 1S49.

) \IMX'CT )1.e Uiav be, vlio has disU'i uUhi'd Lakes there are only I I 7. Tb ('lUfl.te is wondcrful- 44 As pure in thought as an ol's are. Also, n ftre-at variety Pananru Pedale, Leghurn.Co- From the speedy and permanent cores, both on
LL.3.,1f4g1 the ciil li-U Ilicy d, i) >t b'>rH', and v 511tp ''Ivunif.nn.; Tl.e annual rj tcnijx'rcture i is range J
Etii.t; iljzz'.e the public by briiii rot hesitate to- pronounce il the
.) rxjdoitn." j 73 dcgr (s. Daring six years the iwn-ury never rose Died! in Cilcnmillc, Ala, April lOt!'. Wr- MARY tbesexivn.Juct received by W.T. MITCHELL a Napkins, 14 Great Remedy of the Age." I have practiced doctoring
above c Sy < sunk below 44. Tl.c in*nn U ij.rx-rature 16 44 Bordered Towels horses for these and have
111 tLrck7c' dr fiiittintl should kiKiw lKtT{ than n T ANN BLOU5T. in the 23d year of her ngc. fehvns } ( April 24. 1852. twenty years tried
I of sumrDt-r w only nine dcgrccb higher than at Fort \ born in fiadode'ii County, Honda, and! nucd in Hueabnck Towel, by the dozen, all the various linimentr, ointments, &.C., so much ; ,
X. V JJrrJtht ( <>n. Se4t( Las no jiu1w : stjnin Iowa. Dccatur County, Oo. She has left behind her a i\l\ Notice.HAVE .4 Towels by the *yard. lufled up in Ihe papers ; but I must say that H. G.Parrel J

li+at., < TCU ii coj-j.ral s pimrd, at the Soutk" The'J'itlljafcumgv cotisohute h .band and three cLildrcu to mourn her recently received the following articles, Brown and Bleach'd Crash, !'* Arabian Liniment exceeds any that I ever J

friend* zu lie ii'w &lands, and should I vllicit! will be si>Id at unusually low price: Russia Ii.iH.T, made use of. By its use, I have cured Sweeny end '
Disunion of -
Whig Party. Bird* Eye Spavin long after they had been pronounced incurable ;
\*V umuj uJ l.i- jjjoVlj Coui eulJuii, v L< elc has ocrjrred to 3 dozen Worked Collar IrL-h Linen assorted cured than
Another evt-ut of great importance Embroidered JlaudkerchieGi, qualities. and I have more fifty horses tbrs
1 by UiO maw* of the Southern ,, mark the progreFS of this t'nion towards that di>sna- PORT OF ST. MARKS. 2 1 Chieiuizttes, Linen Cambrii-k Handkerchiefs, season with your Liniment, embracing every shade j

Vhzt ut VirjjiiiLi C<>uT .nlion, twentyc -I i rous ite4iuy} to which it has bct>i rapidly tending fir 80 nieces absorteJ Laces Vc_ &c.JAMES. Ginghams, Calico, tc, For sak on reasonable c uf disease, from scratches and brufoes up to Spavin, fj
(tii (Mq and rv'tit4 en Jar The w by party bas bi'u }; itt men- F o great
: c< i j by the fela\cry .quettioa. ilany'of the Churcht had 4P'17. 1852. 15 of its good eilects on the human system. I wan confined -
Witi; "' That tbev succredcd in having \i-Jed heretofore, and the democratic party was di- April nearly all last winter fo my room with Rheumatism l
, t ZLe Cuavculion aj'jX'iu'Hl, 4'it j. uJol in IbO (m tL5 otifjJtion. Hut the whig party NarY Eliza, Jiodgki44, New York via Norfolk, For Sale. and could get nothing lo help me nntil I

frjq ,. j vm-iilcred] of the fetrongett bondii <>f union having put In there in thatresa. CASKS commenced the use of your Liniment, which en
me.,: s the lUehmi nd BY. q, I was ue Bncrn. 1 Tierce Hams,
ay well mode, of all >ial sties, of Ixrth white
Northern cured me.
for it biwl been the must Siidulpent to T 20 barrels Flour timely
P'It i long 5 keg Lard
JjwT lu rort3i Carolina we fiu J that l lAh i and { colors, t<>me of which arc extra fine, sup.
And at tl. time it had a brilliant Laura Jane Delano. New York. MCJ -
Lie JrZT4.t.ii&'n.; c present April 27. Schr. 5 Limily 1 tierce Rice,
lVIjg SeastTB, Maujum and Br.dgcr,and Stanley uiiliUir: chieftain for a Pmi Initial canlidate, and fifty Sclir. J.'Vail Delano. New York. arid! will fit "to a T. Just received aud MITCHELL! forsale very 10 bags Coffee, 10 boxes Cheese. Sun Pain of ten yearn ttndin oared ly JJ. C.Farrell's .
w. T.
diclluu hte .ulf..r SootL riot f tit dibburm uiiuually in case of W -t New O.loang.ANOTHFII low by low 1 Arabian Liniment.
: Tlie-y &re cnly | millions <> money Schr. W. IL IVttea. At prices for cash bvJAMES S
April) 24, 1P52. ir<5 Mr. H. G FAmacLu-Dear Sir:-I bad been afflicted
ttied iU t; b jt ( the Vp1iiicutk'13 fLiCCc It i* f ibviocs therefore. tl at a dn isinn : B. GAMBLE.
ttf p.e } out Icivc occurred until, every effort to prcbtrve unity SCIEVTIPJC WONDER! Important to />.>/*- April 17, 1652. 15 with the Sun Pain" for the last ten yean-,
7 to Llm and lxid b'4ivc Uuit lie i if and
at Cost Charges. and could relief I
; they bad IKWI made and failed. J. 8 HnuRhton'n Pejwin, Tl e True Digestive For Sale get never get except by bleeding ;
_ie QJy VLJg i ia tj! jurty who has the fclightctticc One of the flhIbt curious characteristics of the event pjitZcs.-Dr.Fluid or Gastric .1 nice, prepared from Renict. BARGE Dmfc Patterns, New, Fresh and Pretty Goods. but by the use of H. G. Farrell' Arabian Liniment*

I ,tf M ( t'ctipn. St u..,uir JJJK8; of TenucfcM-c, il i is that it oocuj red on a point of order. Buf the prcatt or the Fourth Stomach of the Ox, after directions .u 15 Silk and Wool ki of fine fancy filings flit the Ladies nil applied over the temples about three or four limes j
removed and 1
it entirely have felt
LOTS a day, was
1 ka-nrn. has no t)l.ij<-ctlou to the .- revolutious have b< gun in a manner) equally trivial of Baron j. cbig. the great Pbyskilofjical Cliemist. 10 Tis uc drew patterns, ehenoidy require to be examined-no of it since. 1 went into the stable one night
'iththa in nppearalice. The French revolution of 1847 begun by J. a Iloughtou, JL D, Philadelphia llus w 40 Muslin ..Joaonel. do use trying to enumerate. Jut and Eke
lertu1 lei&j (be Suutbrn W1.g none toapplv it loa horse's sore leg and being lme
and the actual Calktn. very
n- Worked
P8 bv prohibiting wig dinner jvuiics, c truly a wonderful remedy fir Indigestion, Dynpppwa, 50 them about these in Call
Capes-particularly fell
prices. he stumbled and against legs, and
rau'hof the emaller fry which f>na Ckcl wa* commenced by on accidental rfwt. So, on Jaundice, Liver Complaint,Constipation and Debility, 24 pair worked Sleeves. and examine at D. LADB'S.Xewport brazing them so badly teat hey my turned as black n-

1rJje part of the AVhig rtrensth'iri the Ibis oe iEiiin, the eoniprumuie, wliic-h it was fondly curing after nature's own method, by nature's own JAMES B. GAMBLE. April 24,1852. 1C hat,rendering them powerless. 1 applied j

"IM. Ti' e the tails w the hangers-on of MeisrIigi hoped would save the Union, was itself lost on point agent, the Gastric Juice. Pamphlet containing scientific April 24,1652. 16Boots my Liniment,and was well enough in a few days tog jour

&c., andcouelitutc eoiiKtliirigs ( Otdt. The detthof Achilles by an arrow in the evidence of iU value, furnished by agents gratia. Direct Importation. about again as usuaL I also crashed my finger in a
Alexander extra todtly! was
that of by nn
notice advertisement ,
lieeli or Sec '
among "R ECE1VED to-day and for sale for cash 25 Baa- shocking manner,by letting back log fall upon it ;
: ua7&corporal's to tluuking. BetLcre the stab inBictxl on
. guard our to
glorious compared ignominious Gaiter and b&tutifulnssortrnent
s Slippers! a
S XX Liniment soon healed it tboneh.
keto real Iriih Potatoes J. B. GAMBLE. your op
we thousands and hundreds of thou'h1IiutheSout1 The oomprcmiihe, with a point of ord'r, by Senator Bounty Land Warrants, SHOES received and for sale low. April 17, 1852. ,15 by JOHN B. ATGEC. S

who, like Gov.Jones as Maugum, Chairman of the eaucm-Koutlu-rn I'm immediately, for which market price April 24. l82.; 16 W. T. MITCHELL. LaSalle precinct, Peoria Co., ILL, Feb.G,1S40. ,
iid j :cew York PpNeb, will fight for finyL An Editor in Mkwcsippi recently addressed readers WANTED paieL Enquire at mv office, over Mr. Cast Sweeps. Ale and Brown Stout.
read the
guard against Imposition, fellatcing
J L any Democrat" If they can't get Fill- on the subject of Rail Roads as follows: Byrd'B atore JOSilPU ,BRANC1L 11 A CAST Sweep., B Brig Christina, direct from Liverpool, we have carefully.

'; WelI-t&r,or some body elbC, they Mill ta1euy .' Look around you at the world til going on the May 1, 1832. 17 4t uU 20 Ploughs. received 20 casks of Barclay
_- My rather than a IXauocraL sow, these wings of lightning and the power of strain, at the rate "Bank of St. Mary's, Ga." 60 Kcgt Nail, East India Ale, and Byass &.Co's. London Brown; counterfeit which has lately made its appearance
>e of thirty miles hour by lie latter, and at the rate t 10 Traveler's Trunks, Stout,in quart and pint and i Is called by the Impostor who makes it
p- Buy make great noise j and utter many threats, (,f thousands of per miles second by the tinner and BILLS of thin Institution will be received in pay 10 Marine and Family Clocks. S BERRY 4 ROWLES, Auctioneers, Ac. W. B. FarrelPa Arabian Liniment." This i is 'a

"jll be f,unel marking time ben the day of bat you here standing on the per banks of a little narrow, ev- for Good at geteniy-fivf Cent on the Dol Toe sale by JAMES II GAMBLE. April 10.1852. 14 tf dangerous fraud and more liable to d rervt from his S

) the Sew oftlee Nodiknow it. 'Vby, tx-ue-kueed anacgy,crooked, sand-buaedeontemible lar. W. T. MITCHELL. April 84.1882. 1CThonum -S bearing the Bamc of Fanell. Therefore be part j a'

jJS*** SentU-notwiUwtandbg all Mr.Cabell has waste around you, waiting for rain! Look at your- Ice.T Bvghet Hinesdtonnidlar.t 10By i Hetdsio Chanipaigne, unprincipled dealers will impose this spdriow mix.,
selves, men of energy, in everything but railroads pta.TMiOboxesTo1eco8i,6',1lb lore onyoa/or the fenoiaer.b'K *lwip ask for
wotrary. It l is Dotorious that those &zio'ndSh4eri -wby you the world will run over you and distance you, HAVE in my Ice House, a lot of BOSTON ICE, Law, S H.GF; rrelP.Arabian Unrmeut1 and taVe no other.a .

b this State are not opposed to Llzn1nstanceaImplytobowthathere -\ leaving you in darkness, unleu! you go to work, talk X which I will deliver to purchasers from 6 to 8. A.Jt TROUPVILLE, OEO, 2 w superior Chewing Tobacco, the genuine always hts the ),ttsr..U.h.fAre
of JUid travel with raft road il at bonr.-price courts of TborcaiW Firreti'fl; hif tignatnT fo also on tbe ovtside wrap-
is a wrtfi tongues Ugbtungt; and to petto in *country any 1TIWThCYSt U boxes Cheese,
r j--u( f"adercurreatia speed." by the 100 Ib*. or more, f* per hundred,and 6 centa 'LoWndoa;' Ibith'War'Apphing. and'IrwnCoontiM ) 2 Preserved Gmgcr, S per. and these word* Mown lit the flaflabottl*}. -'
which will atoighthumbusoo'atthe'right "
tbe.South ra elf Aarabtan Linitttnt P eria. .
G. Fan
Ticket be Lad at the dia Jeffe lladiaon Havflton H. ,
*'d per IbJn small parcels. may b O *jrl o v> 2 Martina Fickle*. S
of time Tht Waciisa.KH.Uoore. store of Thotna Hayward. and OolotolwB Cotatica b Florida. i ft dona Englib Vnstard, Afenls wanted in every town, villaf and ktmlet
i \ in Ih. .United State which one t,not ealabKsWd.
Esq,' with* party, of from 10 to 15 RICHARD HATTTARD.yj.lrI8S8. .&pril4,1852. >. 1ftBy I Worcester Sauce.
LM81z0T0x Mtxr.xi.-Thq editor of the Raleigh, Apply 'bt letter fo H. G. FatTeD PMI'M, nUaoi'
the it --
hands, started from Newport on Monday, with .. T 11 S 3 : AnehoTy Sauce,
4ig : reference fo ekaractcr
.ftLi 4g.sigg that tiiOrder of the necessary boats, &e to commence clearing..out tbeobstructions S the Laurt Jane" 1 Salad DrwwneT. &with*. good *' n rttpoMibiljty. ,

v fial the National Washington in tb* Wacisaa.Eiver.: AoiAber party Committed S 5S" ayccnePeppusr.uu Can on tie agent who will fornian S S fn *chrn# S. S

aHowbgnrery member to coettibute under Oapt D. P. F. Newsom, wen to start from the IS rnO Leoo County Jail on the STfli tJt, neJL I 10 FkToring Extract : TVamTla, Lsmon, a book contaming much valuabk tobrmatioAfor
head of the river,Oto iiin Mr. Moore'* ,' -which who 5 Celery:, An. For sale br J. B. GAMBLE.
TheTeate .OOOOO party gro man, aged about 60 yean, says erYsuieTiEkrtld4 Tor sale by -: S even claw oethzet.,, 'S n .
-uz T and contribution of lea will make forking Idroeof from 20 k> gS.baods. bellgs5toMr.DaridcBi4d! of WaImn Aptif17,185. bkJAUJaj.. GAMBLE.Z0 ApnU7,18M. .5 5 'S IS Ptice.25 CM(,, 50 eenfs and f I per holfl,S S.
a ceotatycaaylocomeof
WatuUm TtaM, April 28. ni..smd u about tt
.pomiyM negro Cheese A-c. The only genuine h nanofaclQnd byiIi.Q. Far'wftl ,
g I |80X)0.( ) feet5nf 6 |ncl a'ttt tery'da k. The owner will S neil iiole $1145'
Irma South Carolina State.Coarentaoo, met on come fcnrwd;yam toprtf, 17 ebirgi "f bike .- Real Cold Ice ENGLISH Obflea' ad Haniparaof IrWi Potatoes Drogist,Ko. t? l mtffet. Pfwri Ill.,and for

t kT?** damage to thc.CheBapcake and Ohio Ca- the tCth'Cohib.? Gov. Means was.dweenPresidcnL lam? iwar. othenriie bo wfll VM daaH wfeh M the law T-OTSnf th.eoldttoffkoBtfd, ready forthes* tlu Lt. 'CbutntUfid for sale by ,sale vrb
1 ] wrifttlfloo
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:. GENERAL COMMISSION, MERCHANTS Attorneys at law & Solioiton f in Chancery, Pug. ralMcribcris now receirm a large i dipl nI Middle' Circuit of Florid .D.: J. .-HO .T

I. DP. LET' BRUNN'S TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. didueortmeu.ur.u Winter K* 4jnudrClothluK. tt

. I, Every DMCriptlon Agricultural Implements IXFALL1RLB AURAL REMEDIED .v"r.. A. Foawxan J 810:1 Towut OVER COATS.consisting of diffcreut in part' CLOTH Blade CLOAKH antiBrowit ZN'OADSDXV..Q'TUJ ,18 t.r ,
I dercriptkxn,
I AND MAC1LVER1'. been aucceaau1 in nearly,Three 11 oDMm'.S .L.iWvfSI. Anyuttlne. \
HAVE Dress and Frock Coat-.Cloth Cas.iro re c1ar1.s ILDUP.James .
: : ISO, Georgia and French Burr Mill Stones; Kuopus. of DeafncM. lliese remedies have bcci October 4, 1851. 39 Tweed Stitinett 'and Blanket BACK and other BUSINESS W. jiE'DRPARW

of Berlin lr. Itard am'Dchiin
: CoUgen, Culhu and Bolting Cloth*.- pronounced by Dr. : COATS; Cloth CaMimere,Tweed and Sat Martin
: Alan enr.rklnd of Produce North and wid of l'aris, and Dro. Pikhcr Curtis and Ycarcley A. E.JtAXWTLt. X. D.APT and :
South inett PANTS .VESTS of .t,1e&
Valuabh ; qualities Record of Jodgtttttt
and Petition
l..mdM the Most Wonderful On to EstbiWi
CASH paid for Wool,,Hides Deer Skins, and Shinning of MAXWELL & PAPY All of which hare been manufactured i from the latest ,
for diseases of tho internal and middhsar. ,affidavit that the tIe
Furs.SJMUEL. ever applied LAW I bemg made to bj
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT and must desirable materials of workmanship IUerior appear
If the caune of imputed hearing is confined t L above stated nstdM txjv
HOYT. HAMPTON L. BILBO.KEFEKCXCES and styles mort' fashionable AU of "bicl fetidant in the cause
the external oar, their efiecta are apparent on the 5t1 TALLAIIASSEE, FLORIDA.February8,1851. will be offered for sale at a small advance on the coat ;heb"mits of the State of,Florida: ,

: or 6th day. Dr. Lc.B. warrants a cure in every case 6 it the New CuM Clothing It u therefore Ordtred, That a bad o?
'hen the i is in Ita foniuition. lie hii' Store.W. Term of this
Messrs. ATOERCON t oar perfect T. MITVIIELLNovember he petition'filed therein at UM next Fall
< Co. Savannah Ga.
certificates from those vho had bwn dea'fnim
i FKANKUX & BSANTLEV M eighteen CHARLES W DOWNING I, 1851. 43 tf Jourt: ,
c infancv and wWe the of these for the
hearing by ue Pnrided That this Order be published pe -
I W EBllTn & I'ALUEa, : ( ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, rh Trw DttttT PToU or remedic now complttdy reetored. Over tw in
b Ewirr. DEXSLOW d On. I Clothing. ;iod of three soma newspaper publishes
thousand certificates of cures be seen on appli Tallahassee, Florida., Judicial Circuit frnmRENNETortJJ.r..1
WM. P. MILLER & Co New York.Ht may received at the old .stand a general assort vithiu this
cation. pfJ-'Office at the Capitol JUST J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge.A i ;
: :GCLES NOCRS, MASON t Cu., DJ Ion. of Cloths Cashmeres and Vesting, xrhicl
< LI ERIC th.aveat .
Patent; ( fcy sending a description of their ca e, cai March 15, 1851. 10 tf true copy-A.ttest : PhyaiolilfEinl:bemis
F. B. LOOM subscriber to manufacture in the tnwipprovcd .
New he prepared
c London Ct. D.
: Esq HOUGITON( M. .. '
free of Philadelphia
have: remedies **nt to any part expense. R. C.LESTER Cleri. ,p.
1L S. McCojiu-s E!i, WilmingtcHj, Del. Term 8>5 A>r a fall ouun> of remedies, (o.inpricinf.- W. G. H. DAVIS, style, and on the most reasonable term*.- April 24, 1952. IB 8m i i. a truly wonderful' remrdy for I,
{ and fashionable
of ont
6 1851. want regular
September S5 tf Gentlemen n a __ nON DYSPEPSIA, JAUNDICE.LlVn
from 4 to 8 different solutions) a U ice and full instructions -
ATTORNEY AT LAW, 5t. will do welt to call up' ,'LA tNT. CONSrriPATION. and
Circuit of :
; ; ?10 feo to be paid when radically am1cimiplotely Middle OKBIlm! r
Towle&Myers, cured. HAS taken up, his abode at Tallahassee, and wil-) November 8, 1851. 44 A. B. CLARKE. CIRCUIT COURT.To ng after Nat.a'!' own method bv Niton's *'

f '. HAVE on hand,and are MOW receiving nf'wall( N. B. Translated from tho French, Le1 Brunn't kp in''the Courts of the Middle District IS GADSDEX ;i-nt.theGsstrie Juice. *W1Cf -
? >nd of Franklin and Jackson Counties. Bounty Lands and Pensions.pHKnndetsigned.havingmadearrangementcwill. Sniso TraM, 1862. $4r sorlnent of GOODS, consisting ol Treatise on thu Ear and its diseases, price One Dol () r IX.inftlwd

Gold Lever Hunting Watches, hir. Addre' Dr. Lc' Brunn Union Square, N. Y. TMirrh: !. l 1"-,0) H I 1 Joseph Law and Richard Sim?. co-partners, using tin er, will diffst or dittulve.tFiveBtffin POJmlu, '

,. Gold Anchor Lever do April 17, 1R52. 15 5t JL a competent and experienced Agent in thrCil> name and style of Law t Sims &itt Iwo how, out ef t o1l.a .
. t Silver Lever Hunting do M. A. LONG A 3. P. K. SAVAGE Washington, and being now provided with 'lhipproved tr PEPSIN( if the chief element rtU ;

Silver Anchor Lever do Notice. HAVING associated themselves for the purpose ol and reqn,ite forms,will attend to the rolipclion Reuben Dubose. "rincipleof the Gastric JoireftW. t Dietl

. ; : Lapint' and common do Law. 'Will give prompt attention tc of Claim by powers of attorney for Bnunl. Establish Record of I he Purifying PreserviNg,2r143 (
.; ; Gentlemen's and Ladies B 'nm Pin",agenrral assortment THE tinJerigncd tenders his "sincere thanks to the toy business entrusted to their care. Lands, Pension", and Claims for Loses and Servi On Petition to Judgment.IT \gent of the Stomach snd I DI"1111". It is m

: of Car and Finder Ring, Gold Uuatd am for the liberal patronage which IUH July 20, 1851. 29 tf 'e* upon the United States' Government. being made to appear by affidavit that the deL d from the Digestive StlmachIb.. 01.1.\ .

I. .5 ; Keys, Fob and Vest Chains, .Seals, Gill and ''Silvei, been extended to him since he has been engaged in Officer and soldiers of the war ol' 1SI2, or of an? fondant in the above stated cause resides beyond! ng an ARTIFICIAL DlGESTlVEFLUlD.

PencilsGoIJ Pens.GoldanJ Silver Spectacles, Goh the Cotton Weighing and Commission Business in Law Firm. .f the Indian warssince 1700, areentitlcd Bonn: he limits of the State of Florida: .v like the natural Gastric JdlcrinitsCh'-
Tallahassee Being about to leave: the State ot Land under 'the late Act ol' For It ill Ordered That hearing be had or '
t Congrew. ser a
Sleeve, Collar and Itanm Button, Silver. Pearl: am 4 BREVARD will practice in v therefore rs. and tarnishing: a COMPLETE and '
4' Shell Card Cases, Gold and SiUer Thimbles, fin. Florida,he takes this occasion to inform his late customtra BEARD all thu Courts of the Middlu co-partner Circuit o; iccs rendered, a moderate' compensation will !b, he petition filed therein at the next Fall Term of. thi -UBSllTUTEfor U. By the aid ofiw 1ITt1
that all tinsctlled busines: connected with tin ', delivery of the warrant or the amount Jourt
; Fan, Silver and Huir.ilo Combs. florida. Office in Tallahassee upon : ion. the pains and evils nf INDICESTIOT
F Also, French Mantle Clucks, TaMt Knives, Te Ware-House in Tallnhaeo. i i1! left in the hands of hiucces I JOHN BEARD, ollected D- P. HOGUE.G. Provided That this Order be published for the pe- DYSPEPSIA are removed just at thev woiMi.7;

L Travs, Piated and Silver W.iie, Silver Table l and 1''.' or. )fr. JOHN F. BROOME. a gentleman who T. W. llm YARD. W. HUTCHINS. .iod of three months in some newspaper published i healthy Stomach. It i is dninrepl w/lndtrlfer

S| oom, PlaTed Snoons, Fork?, Cr am and Soup La ill well qualified to carry on the bu-incss and who tf March 29, Is51. 12 tf within this Judicial District i.t.curiniz niP of DEB1 LITY.EMACJA1'1

I : die, Plated Waiters, (\.Tea Set-, Cdstori! Candlestick will give his entire time and attention to it. His experience February 1, 1851._4_ J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge.A 'JF.RVOUS DECLINE and DYSPEPTRUMPTIO.V.

,t *, Solar Lamps, Silver and Gilt Giratnblcs.] in this )branch of bus-ine1 and )his admitted SMITH & O'BRIEN, NASH & CO., true cory-Attest : supposed ' on the r COX'

Also,fine double ban eiled Guns, Shot aid Gatt qualifications.justify me in soliciting fur. him the same Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &0., R. C. LESTER, Clerk. :ravi The Scientific' Evidence ro! wlit'fJt' .

,1 Bags, and Fl? .r<. fine nctrket Kr.ivc F'orte Iforinle: *. liberal patronage heretofore extendMl to mo. Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, TTOULD inform their friends and the public that April 24, 1852. 16 3m .aned.ii i in I he highest degree CCR10L'S ac4.

? rt Port Folios, Violins, Claronels, and Flu.'ea: fine Razors C. A. NASH. ALLIGATOR, E. I L.\. I fth(y have on hand a good assortment of such MARKABLE.SCIENTIFIC. ,
: ; Streps &c. in their line of business Notice. .
. articles as are generally kept E ThE.VcBARON
.' Best qntiij; and general a*s-r rr' nf Perfumery. THE nndci-Mgned ha been appointed COTTON M. WHIT SMITK. I I Office M. O'BRIEV Newnansville. md will b; receiving regularly fresh supplies. Thciiterni TN conformity to statute in such cane made and provul.d. LIEBIG in hU celebrated !
Ell. and be found all the Office ut Alligator. | at work
at timeout
: : & MYERS L } nJaj.
shall be rpll.qnable.TalInhn'I I do hereby give public notice that as tht'Jmini..trn.trix
Rifer ('ol. !S. S. SIBLEY,Savannah Jude TUOJI nal Chemntry. : "An Artificial
2)eccrbrfll5.5l 4 8 Warehouse recently! occupied] by Mr. C. A. NASH t<> ; A- lay DiJPlli"
((, October 11, 181. 40 .\ on the estate of Robert E. Gibson de-
alt in the vacant lot, U-tweni the Stoics of D. C. Don.i., JackMHiville; C".!L J. PAINE Ocala. "Inid,analogous to the GUlric Juice, may ,.
- ceased. late of Gail* len County, in the State of Florida
Wilson and James Kirk I October, 1851. S'JJTW. .y prepare*! from tbe mucous membrane ot lhe
NEW GOODS. l'j', >cir! Southern Mutual Life Insurance _.
Companyof I shall, on the 24th day of May next, at Chamber tchol the Calf, in whirh various article
Si JUST l\n"iveJ (per Schr. ElizaUth from New Yoik> 10 1S52. 14 tf : : : KEYES, M. D., Dentist, Louisiana.HAVING i *. in. the City of Tallahassee, apply to the Honor I I.ILIe neat and eg s,will be tofteneJ,dft1lJtJ.liif im

, .. S fur fwle bv Cl C. BYR1) a \vrv handsome: HS- -April I !located in Qnincy. Office in his residence been appointed Agent for the above Com J. Wayles"Baker.Judge of the Circuit Court for I fed,just in the tame manner a"Jit.ttnldHia j

'Iltnwlltc..fPJU O mid SUMMER GOODS such a* Pickled Pork HAS ltc Mr. .T. G. Gunn's. : : deeming it unnecessary to dISCuSS tin :he Mi-Idle 1 Circuit of Florida, for leave to sell the following -i 'km an0macA-"

Rerajje, Muslin .-\\ B-mneK lliblmnd, J>lk. LiuvVisit Pig January op\ln 17, 1852. 2 t: :importance nnl l advantage of the mutual insuranct described: real estate belonging to the estateof i Dr.' coM BE. in hi, valuable wrililop

.. *. Silk Shawls Linen Cambric Ilau-lkt-rchiffc B Y Sebnnne1'rci1t'nt. a delicate article, just re- prini-iph" would respectfully solicit the consideration the said deceased, viz: Lots No. 126, 126, and. Physiology ol' Digest Ion."observed that ".diai-ss 1M

t41' Needle Work nnJ a vaiiety* other urtielos ceived front New Orlenn By Wm. R. Pettes. of the citizrns Talhihp sw and vicinity. Any information 27. situate and IJ ing m the town of Quincy, and in notion of the due quantity ol the Gastric Jwcc

, { too numerous to UK ition. Call and See fur yourseh es. BERRY & ROWLES. relative to itcau be obtained by calling on the the: County of Gadsden: aforesaid. prominent and all-prevailing of in

I -ALSO- April 10, 185 __. __11Notice. 3 h1OGTh1A1)S: New Orleans Drown Sf nr, -eiih.eriber. S. S. KNIGHT. FLORIDA A. F. GfBSON, Adm'x tnd he states that It a distinguished profniorrfnrj.icinein 0\1pfp9ia".

Gents* awl nlYI' Simmer, Hat aivl Cravats, Boots lo t'.""ks };bhouMers:a'tn Sides, I Sm'emt.'r." O150--- 47 tf April 24 1852. Ifl 6t London ho was severely iffiicted with ibi

: and SLoos. uud 5000 l-.,1. rate Cizjxrb.ALSO 3 complaint! finding everything else ru bil. jj
(day after the first publication this. no- ."> Hulk Pork, THE TRUE MEDICINAL 11Io.
THIRTY Tax Collector's Sale. course to the Ga,tri Juice, obtainedIrcm" thrifts,

: .J' Quarter nnd half B.urels Mackerel, Crushed and will apply to the Honorable J. Wavlos 4 Suirsir Cured Hams, COD LIVER OIL virtue of authority in me by law vested, I have ich of living animals, which frntt compltkh
of tlw Circuit CVuit for the Middle Di-, 2n I K.'s Leaf Lard BY
, t Powdered JInnI l Ki i & IW, Pickel assorted Baker Judder and will for sale before the tuccuffvl"
I Pickled Ij-ibstcr awl Sahu" Gout Rneumatim Aqthm3, Brllnchili3C''I
: Fine Apple Cheese, Him.', Goshen Butter, ic. ini>Hi<>n to Fell the fi.lloviiig: Laml: )belonging to the 25 Superfine Flour, second Monday in May next. the following described .. Vegetable Diet," sajs : It \1i\ ntnartiblf: fact in
Extra and all ili..e4st.s ot the Che-t nnd Lung A !( ppl
estate of John G. Ra\\K late decea-cd. in which Oscar 20" Hour
March-20, 1 52. 11 tf will dlysiolo.ZST.I hat 'he alomac h ol nitinU.natmltd
h thereof be sufficient to ;\,1, RawK infant children of the 2''II I Fnniilv Flour, dl t this valuable medicine ii ju-.t received I, which i isvarranteiI property or so nin as
Joh..nphenp in water, impart to.bp fluid t be [!ttl.h.
the State and County Taxes due thereon for theyear prcpntye
. said John G. Riw! intercfrtiil to wit 5 Mrtla I', pure, and ot very periorqiiality.Forsaleby pay
AT HOME. are : ing various articles ol' fond, and ofeftKlingiViodofartificial
l5l and all incidental to wit
Tim S E of UH S W of Si-c the E of the 10 !H-ilf: I51.1Family Syrup I LEWIS I & A M ES. expenses :
I i 3.
i digestion of (him in no vise
o cl.l ha :made large improvement! All that tract or parcel of Land known as Forbes fifierr
rpIIEundirMtjn sing; libls. lii ; May. )1S3'J. 20 Tallahassee Fla.
e S W of Sec the of the N W of'Scr 10 5 Hiiinnionv
J 10. SEt $ front th' natural
JL :_ .
Itoth in buil lin and machinerv,is Purchase, leon County, containing 1"?,'l2(
: npl'eprt'.1: - -- -
and the E J of the S K 4 of Sec 9, all in T 2. R 2. For s:lie low. for; C . on Agent, get a Descriptive
to furnish COTTON GINS of a "superior ttyl'e and PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY acres, r.nce or less, said to belong to tbe Apalachkola
quality.: .rlh and Wort, lung Int l bi-ing, in the County olGadsden f ( 27, 1852. 12 If JAS. B. GAMBLE. Land I nlar,grat is. giving a large amount niSCllNTITIC
has and State of Florida, containing' 9'MlH) HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT, EVID CF..similar tit the above,tOJlelbenilUfO
He Gins to exhibit D. McRAENY.
W jot up no humbug by making By C. A. Coe.
acres, more or l less. Stock 300OOO. I port of REMARKABLE CURES, IrcD allptiUii
at Fairs (r by jjuiu. : Nui'th, to Lowell ('r otlu-r places Capital Tax Collector of Leon County.I
ELIZABETH R.WJ.. Adn'x. BOXES for the United
: to Northerners to write in his 40 Soap family:.uc, N'0\"t'mtwrS.lf151. 44 6m 1 State
praise. TIE nmlerMgned i Ag"nt of the above Company,
By SILAS I). ALLEN. Agl.nt..ApriI10 1 pipe White White T .18.11 DYSPEPSIA CURES.
His estabti.xhme.nt i I., Southeni in the miJrtof
strictly take ri ks
i- l Fire buildings
against on -
183?. 14 5t l irrcl Oil prepare Dr.HOUGH1U PEPSIN
: >! < Lamp hasprcdncwlthunntrnartrlloiu
t the cotton growing region. lIe intends his Gin to .. awl their contents o'n the most favorable ttrrni. Tax Collector's Sale.
. ------ --- 4 turei'H South Carolina in ol
Rice j effects curing cap DtWitytm
; ehow for themselves, DUd lire wai'ranted to perform illI. Just Received. P. H. FLAGG. Agent. -irtap of the power vested in me by law, I
2 barrcU Rum, BY 4 rz/ifum. .ym0tIJtclinf. and Eyipeptic ?nlion. />
tho l>cst manner j'elJ propi-ily attended to, 01 to l> Tallahassee, October 25, 1851. 42 expose for sale before the Court Home at
DOZENVirle.l Collar 2 Gin j It impossible lo give 'the d.tailaetcuni n
to do PO at his own cXP<.". Gin repairing 3 Qnincy, in 'he County ot Gadsden on the second
I. 1" ETalir.'il.r.'d! Handkerchiefs, 2 barketOhe Oil, I the limits o; 'this advertisement ; but authenticityrerlificales
done at short iioticc and in tho i of the described
best niaaiur. Orders Furniture Chairs &c. Monday May next, following pro
2 Clieiuztttes, 1 quarter ca-k Sherry Wine I Iperty".rslmuchtht'reofuwlllpay have been given or If i ore than TWO
for Gin- thankfully: received, and nJt'J the Stale and
promptllttt I" cun: 1" Madeira 'tl'TF.1-I\'c 5u4 received I from New Yoifc per Brig I HUNDRED REMARKABLE CURES ;in !.
' vi to. lIe will deliver the Taxes due thereon from 18lto inclusive
. ll'mt re.-idence ,1 l the County 1551J -
< -
, purchaccrorat SO picoes I jie.'i-all! Liiul', 1" Cth.ki1For II V V Suwamiee, a further supply of handome and J New York and Boston ?Jone. Trese wntiS
111 his tiria. Below are a few certificates vut and the necessary expenses incident thereto, to
: of the 10 ti'.k:; ..M..iitilu! siU- by JAMES T5. GAMBLE. -up/.rior Fnrwture.fv wilt IEiglty pera'e cases, and the cures were not uif
r large number that could be exhiutcd if '
necessary. U o l'iirr* Liilii-s Kn: li,h KM t March \ at Furniture Rooms to t apid ard wonl rrlll.bnt pt"InIJenr:
:: Slipper, 2!7, IS;: 12 tf ar" now opening our of Land. Crooked Creek.
; J. H. WATSON. acres lying on
r M It is NERVOUS ANTmOT} and
. 2t Walking Mi-w*. -'- -- --- -- \vhkh we inute aU..nt l.n. owned Romeo Leuis. s great pirfcilail -
.1'I' I 100 Miss md I Childn-n Sl'M'1') Just Received. Oval and Plain Park Sofa, by HUGH 0. McLEAN t > ueful fur lend ncj l. Billirn orderliTr
; MACON Febranry: JP, 18.2.This j Complaint Fever and Asne.or badly 'treated Fmrind
3 doren Lidkaa.l: | 01'1,1" Cik S-d.-s. Ti-te :a Tete and Divani, ,
' is iei cert ,' that I I I hive in I. FULL n.rtnwtltIf Sl'PLEr..TlCLES. Tax Collector for Gadsden County. .
use UKUI pl n. ,
my Ague and the evil effects IIr Quinine,3/fifnr,
I Ci.'tI"r": f f-r Lam: Chiiiiuv9 A Qunrtt't1t1 and I P-onk Stand
1. l tfttions i in'i 3afci-r Cnwntie! (, three Cell";1 Gin j i } : ltV: GOODS, N<"?mber 8, 1'JiI. 44 6m ;and other drug* (the Digestive Oigtis.Srrslong
f; I "lu-lin 1'iii-i. Work btaiuU anl l Ottoman, &,, &c. upon
of flixty saws each mvlc by Col.Hiel J. II. WatMiu lIf ('I!(1K Lily. sickness. Also foresees* Ineating., Ind rIm
3 Setts Clan.W Pjiils Wntrr nnl Foot h.ive Now
" ons. Cl.air-i. \\(' :i grt-it: \\arwty. opening Tax Collector's Sale.
; Palmyra, with which I am well plcuxed, and consider (SLAWARK.. too free n"e cf ardent spirits. It almcst rrroncilaHtaltft
'I ;; them equal to any Gins made in Georgia, in every F.\r 1. 'bv 1JOOIS AND SHOES( JOPIIV Lii.I Cotta;: Ch.iir, BY virtue of 'the power ves.ed) in me bv law, 1 ) Vt\\\\lntcmr'rrnnce.\\
t JAMLSktiAMBLE: ; Ator Gilt V. d.! .
, i < >
..t; re"pect I ttke.pleasnrc! in_ reetninwndmg! .them to March 27, IP.!,:?. l-j tf (;iW : planter! in )0)11111't't'rn (;l'oi':;\ and Honda. C''-LWat ,, -,--- .------.-. J. B. GAMBLE.Marfh27 I Giddpn; C.>iip.tyon the second Monday There it no form of OLD STOMACH COX-
I JJ m is a Smulirrn' born l mil rai-ed in our 1 Boots and Shoes.-' 1S32. 12. tf \ and VValmst d. i ir Miy next I, the foll.r.ving described property, or PLAINTSvhich it does not s eta lo reach r.d tf.

.midst, and has no Northern ittcrt-. i ---- -- Ku-h lliittuni and) llo:\Vood Chairs JOSEPH LOND.'p \FINK Rt.Ok.ju-t opT.od JUI.I l f>r -nhby Boots and Shoes. (ticc! ainl Dining R,n-m o.fl'rilq ra xe* 'Itie thereon frrm )15-l"to 15: \ ,antitI.tntessirv GIVES INSTANT RELIEF! ,1rifle \ : 4 .. '7. )1052. 12 HEm d t J liUST. Seat Mahojpiny Rockers, I t incident thereto, to wit i :
expenses and it pnlyntfdstoii!
. '' I I 1 _. -.- -- I received l. u fiin a* ortmcntf Clmildr,-n's High ant Low Cluiir) ic. ;
JUST One III\nli.d; an.l sixty acies of Land in Gadsden .
. AIB\VY 0:., nlninr23,1852.. I repeated 'tor a sh rt lime lo make (these good ttttftpermanent
Black !
and! CoWi-d Gaiters
Spring Clothing.A -* L.v-tuig KERRY & UOWLES Auctioneers Jc.
s. Coiimy. belonging to R.ibina; Hollin er, lying on the VIGOROf
Tlii'. i is to certify that! I have in use on my plantation 1)4e. i1 II". Kid and Morocco do. OF
in tins County. n sixty wfJm.. mllldlfturt".1: ; l>vCol. LARGE s.ii1ii'i-iit of (Gout' and Boy I N"l.y)111.t1. Do. Eji.imcllod ]Ui kill January :3, .32. 52_. Apalachicola Rivtr, adjointntc the land of Innerar- BODY follow at once. It i is ratticnlarlv, eueroftlin
< ,
;. X lc Coat, l'ant., Yenth. l>iu\vcrs, and Shirts} -" - ily. HUGH O. McLEAN, Soreswi
. s. J. H. Watoiof! l'.ilinyrav1ieh) T cAln'II'r eq-ial D cages OrN3t1Ceatnitir.J, Cramp
I to any Gins ni ule ia everv and Just ructivcd and.! for bale I bv D.<,>. KM Calf Walking Buskins Shoe and Slippers. and Buskin, Now OpeningT Tax Collector 'lor Gadsden County. the pit of,the Stt:macl.. distress alter fitippvlu,

.I I r not excelled by mflI have no hesitation in rccoii. _MarthJ7.! I JK02. 12. ._HEIR. Jr RITST. SOMirs IVxUces.AI too well known stand formrly occupied'by Xovf rnhpr S. 'S.i(t. 44 cold stale' tithe Rlrod.; HeavinuIJ.n"resso'Spir!

. 4 imii'iing them} t.) planter in South-W Mtrn Go: .''.;.". -"By- C.- A. Coe.-- -"" -- ; Tolort-l I-t"tin- fait- ,, J\ CLARK t STILI3IAN, a General and Select ----i Collector's Sale. ii,. Despondency Emaciation, Weakness, lenducj

;' manufactured in nmUt nml ) \4Mortnient (.1 f x to I Insanity. Snicite.&c.
They are our
by a
'J""- Southern man; a native of"ur own glorious GeorHtnDAVID f> BARRELS PuNic Crachcr-.. D) >. I Ki.lalkiii Shoe: nn.l Busking Fall and Winter Clothli'g: BY virtue: of (the power vested in me b\ law. Ihsll Dr. HOUSTON'S PEPSIN, J jl sold by nnrljd
DII. .'.
11" and Morocco
P.i .tfeAn1
5 Water -
i' i A. YASO.V.Palmyra ) fine Fancy Goods! Cloth, Ca.$imtre!, Vesting, Howry.Fine'Sewt'd epo.e 'for sale before ,the Court House atQnincv the dealers in fine drug ar.J Popular Mrfitinw
"nrtn1l'lIt of Childient! Leather 3Iorocco
2 Butter a Ac. which in the County ol Gad;llcn, on t the secondttiiiidiy thronjhont II e United Males. Il i> prepared f ia
: Lee County. Mnrrh C. 1&52. 9 tf ( and -gjcd B nit", Slipper ;
;i\ 3 Navy Bread, and Patent leather Shoe the snlfrcribtT is ready and anxioiw to sell (.ii the ) i in MJJ- next, I the following je!ciiht-d pro- powder and In Fluid form-cndinPi!cripl ll1,iLl

: CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES. 10 boxes Sod: i'Mlit. -AI.SOOtnts iiiuAt reasonable terms for l" its eqniraleitt.Tlii : ) !o mitch thereof a< will pay the Taxesdue for the ne ol Phy ician*.

1 5 Pine Apple Cheese for familv ue, fine Calf 13'sits stock d Clothing roiiMstf in of thereon from 'the yeu )1541 to 1S1, inclusive, and PRIVATE CI RCULA R ? for the use cC Pbrsirim
I 20 I'lch Rio ( .;flec', Do. Imitati! Stlfchc-1 Boots, part time Ihl'rl'on.lo wit : brained, Dr. his
: D. E. HULL, mack and LV'l-"re-d Dn*" ami, 1 ni'k Coats neti-ary'expense- may be cf nzMon or Agents-
10 M..ts 01.1 Java OfTee small Do. lV-r ,.l niiil) Wutcr-ymiof Boots Jo''I\ of Land in Gadsden Culmtloelon<
( packages,) Brown nd Mixed Frock : acres ;- cni,ing the whole process preparation, ar.djt''
Black Green. ,
1 :r QF}EU: AT sale a splendid aswrtment 5 baru-ls Crurhed Su'ur, H.,. Calf ShiMs and Hootee. Sack,and FllncCMt. \\r\z\ lo Smith & Paramore. lying on North}; Mo quiloCreek. log the authorities upon whi,h ,the rlaim. of t\*''

fit1 of Carriage and Busies, at 3 t Gnuiuhacd Do. Kip; Bn'nns and Itussvtts.ALSO Black and Brow'n Overcoat, HUGH 0. McLKAN, nw remedy are b31ed5 it i i. NOT A SECREt

prices to suit the time Also, in St<'ic, 3 H Powdere-1 Drab mri T.TX Collector for Gadaden County. REMEDY, no objection can be railt'd l again! in w
BlaHc Vet
uere-d 1 and Black Silk and! Satin ,
Saidlea, BnJa.1*, Martingales Harne** of aU kind, 5 OM' CumbeiUnd W ii!key, Youth* fin? Pppgwl Hoots l'\oVfmhrrS.1 41 6m b Physicians in respectable standing and rrrJr
flQ both doublu and single Carriage Trimmings of all 3 Old Rye los: half welt do. do. BLick. Plai J, Grey, and Fancy Caseimere Pantaloon practice.) Price, ONE DOLLAR per bottle./

: 1:' kind. Spring, Axles Bolt, and in fact, every thing 1 ripe Brandy (of the same,) Do. Shots (-f almost cvi-ry description. White *, Silk snot Marseilles Vests and Notice. c.r c.nSERVETH1S-EYer! bo"Itflthe Wine
1 usually kept in a store of this kind. 1 c.ik quarts Porter, For talc ""/ (and no mi-tale) bv' ,articles Fancy to mention. SIX months after (lat&.. I will apply to the Judge PEPSIN bear the written .tr>Ralnre of JHOUGIITO.V.M.
'I'd J2TR<'pair done at short notice. 2 pints October 18, Ib51. 41 C. C. BYRD. too numerous A. B. CLARKE Probate of Gndsden County for my discharge D., sole proprietor. PhiladelpUPa
. ": lecembt'r27,1851. 61 tf 2 Ale. .- as Administrator of George A. Dilworth. deceased.W. Cnpy-i izhl and Trade Mark: nCTret.4.

'. l .- For sale at low rates by 2ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY, X'o\'m1JC 8,1851.--. ). .---. 44 tr- S. DILWORTIL SO-Sold: by ah Druggists and Dnl.n ia Udclra .

Notice. JAMES B. GAMBLE. HARTFORD, CO NECTICU1'. January. 'j, 1852. 2 6m .
" Ranaway
" ti ALL person_ creditor, legatee, entitled l to distri- March 27, 1 f 52. 12 tf B IJII.DINGS. Stocks, and Cotton in Ware-house the subscriber on the night of the ISIhL Notice. ,. LEWIS W,' .
. fROM Wholesale: and Retail 415511.February
' t-1 or otherwise interested in the estate of insured against KSS by tire. L to Dr.Sf. .
two negro men one belonging months after date. I shall accounts
(j James Scott late of Jefferson Countr, deceased! are Osnaburgs. LKU'IS & AMES.January SIX present my 7,1852. 5 V
!i 'nf'. about ft feet 6 inehen high rather yellow -
voucher t the Judge flf Probate for LernConnty
.. Lei'uby notified to exhibit: their chums and dcnmn'li received! a few )boles Southeni Osnaburgs 2G, 1<5.V) 3 Agents Tallahassee.
JUST can read by the name of Peter was brought to Administrator Seaborn F. I I
: as of Groceries.
an.l 1 Sheutin-f. !
: w ith n two from this date to Agent, William by
fi t. Dciihum years my March : 182. 12 HEIR d RUST. JOHN PRATORIUS this country by Mr. Ponder two years ago. It w sup- late of said County, and ask for a dischargefrom erar
} ,at Monticello,or the santo will b; barr- 7. pof.ed ho will try to make hw way tjnck. Also one said Administration. BACON Flour. Com and Meal. Soprof

,tl i e.l : and all pcroons lebted to tin aid estate; in anv New Books. &c. For THE LATE FIRM OF BULL fc I'KATORIffi.l. longing to (.eorg Sessions, about 5 feet 9 incItes G. C. S. JOHNSON, Adm'r. Whiskey and Viriegarb'Salt the> "*L

j manner wb\tsuvcr. aro requested to make immediate .liirrli.. wrt'n. _ntniit._n. _ntiil___ rmind__ ._._ ATunililprpil._w ___._ _. front_ _n tooth nn_ Janunrv 3. lF5Z. 52 6m and every thing usually kept b a :
, "l OULD inform hi and the
payment to sail Agent, who has full authority to received yt* friends public H. 7EL'
my JUST at the Book Store, \ jumew hat decayed, luw Mar ontheinsi,leofench arm, For sale low for cash only by A.
. in tho jR that he ha taken the store lately occupied i
act premises.MARGARCT In'in
:'s complete 'WI ks, \ looks as if thy were caused by fire burn. AlSO a negro Notice. April 17,1852. 15Crackers _
E. SCOTT Adm'x.Jeffenon _!LJL by C. H. Hlood. nnd adjoining the store lately
t; : Ike Marvels do.
woman belonging to W. J. Seott very black a- n.onth from date the undersigned Executrix,
:N County, March C, 1B52. 9 3m ChambcTH Papers for the People, occupied by Bull A Pratorim, where In- ,'i1lll pleaded bout 19 years oI hL She left about tire l!t iiiet. We the SIX present her accounts and vouchers to the &c.
: to attend to the calls and wants of those who be
Chal imiers' PmthumuuB! ks, may suliseriUrs, will j ay the reward of $20: each for the Judge of Probate for the County of HilNborough and Laura Jane from New York,just reeeni
disposed to patronize him in his line of business. PER
; : CARRIAGE REPOSITORY Gmcc Aqtiilar's do. delivery of said negroesto us or many safe Jail where ask to b<* discharged from administration on the estate 15 boxes Soda Crackers,
Ho has n-ccived by the late arrival, a choice anti I
French School Bonk
them of S. Clark. deceased late of said
we can get Henry County. 3 tierces Rice.
.c BY MILLER AND BROKAW irrll-kflfdeJ of Cloth, C'aii/ifre, Iedingi.Fancy I
MedicalNew ilo.! VIP' Allpt'r""u wishing to give any Information about ELLEN M. CLARK Executrix. 5 basketsHeidsic" Cbamj' fII'J'
Good also, a axorlinfnt f
) Tallahassee, Florida.nnil Harper and International' zint'1, ; general those negroes, will please address Mannington P. O. January 10. 1852. 1 6m and pints,

I E sul*cribers ha ve recei\'edala ;e Novels, together with a largo variety of misceUaneous REAl }"-[. D K CLOThING, Leon Co, Fla 20 bags Rio Coffee,

" F p.upr1v (..f CARRIAGES. BUGGIES Booki r Crayon H li'crs and Stumps &(. All of which, I flatter myself, are equal in style and A. M. R. SESSIONS. Notice. 10 Java ,.

*, ._- AND HARNESS, which they WM. WILSON i CO. quality, and quite an eluap, as any others that will be GEORGE SESSIONS.W. S IX months after date, the undersigned. Administrator 15 boxes Robinson & ThOmp11'S T

offer for Bal i on the rmt reasonable term. All piT1foiu March 27, 1852. 12 found! in thin market. He will giv particular attention .I.SCOTT. in right of his wife Sarah A.surviving Ad- 1 box Harris very best chewing

). ji wishing to purchase any of the above articles, to his business, and hopes be will merit a liberal 1 December 20, 18:51: 60 tf mini"trat"r of the estate of Thomas J. Hadley, late BERRY 4. ROWLES. Auction**,*

4 5I : will please call ami examine for tllcmscni *. Groceries, &c. patronage from the public. ----- of Jefferson Countv.deceased,will apply to the Jude April 17.1832. 15 \

December 13. Its:I. 49 tf W1 have jut received a few boxes of 'Soda November 23, 1850. 46 tf Shirts of all Kinds, of Probate of said County, for a discharge from said __

.' Cracker, Pine Apple Cheese Picklcr, Lemon and Fancy Colored-some with Embroi AdirinNt ration. B. LOEB. Crockery.BY .
Chemicals &c. WHITE
r Received this Morning, Syrup, Soap Sfarch, Candles and Candy. Drugs, Bosom?-beautifully' stitched-of both Jefferson County,January 8, 182. 62 6m* Christina from Liverpool.s craes I

f: DBLS. WATER CRACKERS Also, a few choice Wines and I-ujuora. SULPHATE QUININE, warranted pure and fidl l Broad and Music Fiat**, w.n! made. and will fit to a hogaheada of Crockery cunprwiog I i5 -.

1 I 5 3 do. Butter do. Also, Crushed Sugar. }'owd"r in kegs, half kegs chirin. For sale cheap by Notice. sortment. A

,, fi do., Hard Bread and qr. kegs, Apple and White Wine Vinegar Shot Oil Black pepper. W. T.I MITCHELL.Decembej S IX mcntbs after date, the undersigned Administrators BERRY A ROWLES, f*"* *

I: 3, Firkin Butter for Family use, of all Mze'. Bar Lead, Iron Nails, Steel, HUTS,Spade*. Purified Chimidme, an article prepared from the 13, l8I 49 tf of the estate of Thomas Buniette, will apply 17,1852. 15. _

j:: : 1 Tierc Rice, Shovel., Trace Chains, Fifth and Ox Chain*, Hammer Peruvian Bark, con.-idercd) nearly equal to Quinine, at to tit,- Judge of Probate of Madison County, fora April ___ _

A t 5 BbU. Crushed Sugar, Axes, together with a general ortment of about one third the price. Lots for Sale. final settlement and discharge from said estate. Exchange at Parr

t 20 J Boxes Raisins, Hardware and Cuttlery, all of which we will sell as ALSO, a general supply of Chemicals of the best LARGE assortment of FALL and WINTER DAVID GORNTO. ) Admrs- Hardware Crockery .

i,\ .. 5 Baskets HcidMclc, Champagne, low a 4 any ot-cr house in the city. quality. A GOODS, comprising all articles needed in this DANIEL BURNETTS f GROCERIES, ,Steel l Blankets, Ken* r

} 10 Sacks Java Coffee, March 27, 1852. 12 HEIR A RUST. market, received by recent arrival from NeW' York, Madison County December 13. 1851. 49 Cm Hats, Caps Black Dress Coats. Pants ntf

c 10 do. Rio do. Fine Cologne, Lubin's Extracts, and an assortmentof for sale iu Lot to suit purchasers. coats Hunting Coats ,Saddles d1e';JdIt

, 5 Dbl Brown Sugar,(Porto Rico) COTTON GINS. Fancy Toilet Articles, at very low prices. November 1, 1851. 43 J. M. WILLIAMS. Notice. EXCHANGE for Cash Cotton, and 1 : 1I

. .. 3 Boxes Maccaroni, Davis' Pain Killer, Railway Ready Relief.Ongood's ALL persons, creditors legatees entitled to dutri- Country generally. J. H. W

10 do. Candle, TT7E W tho undersigned, are making preparations India Cholagogue.Rose' Youth's, Children's and Boy's Clothing, m, or otherwise interested in the estate of November 1,1351. 43

! I 20 do. Soap, and will shortly be prepared to make a 'iupe- celebrated Plasters, and other Family Med of which ia hafcdsome just received by Baptist Urumley' late of Jefferson county, Florida,deceased -
t nor article Cotton Gin Also to all '!Gins very
of repair icines. SOME notified to exhibit their claims and
hereby Arrived.
8 BbK J..ampOil &&,&>&, &&, W. .T. MITCHELL. are Just
'. And for sale by JAMES B. GAMBLE. sent to us, at the bhorteet notice. Jayne's Medicines, Ac, ic,just received by November I, 1861. 43 tf demands within two years from this date to the undersigned HAVE jt1l received by the'1aa& TeS5;.
We warrant all work done at our manufactory to E
LEWIS AMES. the will be barred and all
: January, lS2. 62 or ; persons York, an invoice or JDeD'"women',
'r be in a workmanlike manner, and to give satisfaction. October 111851. 40. tf Bricks and Lime. indebted to the said deceased are requested to make mfant's Shoe, comprisiny many sifts -
We do not intend to be excelled in the '
of workmanship' Dri11 received, 30M fine Northern Bricks, 200 casks immediate payment. WM. A.GINKINS offered in this market. There i''are a1 "
Pure Sulphate Quinine. nor the of our Gins. : Linen ; &c.
quality JUST -
Lime, and for sale low,.by D. LADD.wport Administrator da bonit aon. O.tlemen'. Boots assorted .which. I
subscribers have on hand two hundred and We are located eleven miles North-east, of Tftllahattee JUST received for Gent's and Bovs* Summer Wear 31,1852. 4 tf Jefferson eo, Feb. !. 1832. 8 3m The abovewDl be aoId tow to aba'ment. .

THE I ) ouncesolSulpbsteot'' Quinine, which the> jiear CentrevUle on the road leading from ". Striped and Plaid Linen Drills Brown January -. tion. ,I.' liL'W1LLU''.

have obtained direct I from the manufacturers, and Tallahassee to Tbomasville where we respectfully Duck Brown linen and Nett Linen Drill;Drap d'ete, :For Families. Notice December 6, 1881 M lIO

: they will warrant it. to be a superior ar'idV. ,. solicit die patronage of the Planters b Florida. and Cottonades Denim. Planter' Liueu and Linen O naburgs. 'SMALL and 'convenient boxes SOAP to be months. from .'tho undersigned, ..Adminis ., ,-

\ hue .nltrgl'd our stock ol Drugs and Medicines the Southern portion of Georgia. together with every. thing usually kept in that 'A:11 0'bought of' '8.'8.;KNIGHT. SIX de Loafs non on the' estate of James M. HatsandC8Pa: ,. -' .

by recent arrivalssnd are prepared tp exeruli D. H A J. B. SLATON. low.. for ule low by Lf1"HElR.l .4 BUST. Novembtt1..185J., '43' Nixon, deceased, late of said County. will present his rVF'aH*ort*;jut received. ndf<*'
orders 'ior article in our line, at wholesale or retail January 17, 1862.. J 1m'Found March 27, 1852.', 12 tf : accounts And vouchers to the Honorable Judge of Pro

on the most accommodating terms.. Fine French Dress 'Boots bate for Oadaden County, ,and ask. to be discharged ,N'cmmbot J.1831.' : .41 -
We hive alan a few account vet due to us torib'I .--- .Hare. .. ,,!; ACo, I therefrore. ALEXANDER E. GREGORY. .
1849. They are generally in small amounts, POCKET DOOR the-sea- A NIJCQGR8 1TERS. of raperiorQDalitT ) t 1852. Salt. _'.
year 1 containing two promissory to purchase certain. property Febnttry __ 5 (jm q;:
but if (the whole could be paid .borlh. it would jr/i A notes payable to Charles KJ Martin,, and various FAILING, am Jure, to attend to the" wants of,the .t3- ,. '*and. *""-i\ lot "low by --' j. .5OQ.h1'' ar

far urd.liquid"tingcfltin surrs which/we. owe. bther pfcper, but no moneyi which tbe owner can Citizens of Tallahassee and the balance of w Wont ;" : '. 'wTMlcgELL.: ;: ; : :NotIce "n P''CP9I.ru_-,- ".'r'I"., .M,. ..1".

: LEWIS AMES. hare 6, applying at tLU Office and paying fair this AIL VH>intend purchving good'win; find,it to their f Decsr13I8k. !?, .4.:49-1; .tl'_ SIX'm'oth after: date I shall make application to ':B '.T 1;1 t."i.t.. ..-

June 8.1850. 91. veriwincnjr 'I, .>. 1 interest to call before they )1t.tb money'slip from '" Lost Stolen : Honorable Judge t of ftobattin; and ;for the b"k' .. t
-- March SO. 1882. : 11 .. n q their finge/t.T :. 8.5. KNIGRZ - -or county,of Jeffersott-fcrletten ofdkmissioo. aDd die- 'U, '.1, ..".. ."'. .' 1JIICIeI'
PlOWI.TUST ._ ;_ I I October!!; 1831.. '4t'l tf : A FINB1oket BIMadaomehj3s dirge Admimstnitii 4*kI1 .onr.'R'D1Iom, T1li'r ncoIind.a."fN .

rewired per br:'ohlNet from few 'York, G BI111ardT.ble..; : lI '. '. : I r boiad, hth. UO$abs rIttio later of said ountyt;deessisd,a AU pw* :Mum IBtarwtad I,." (".'.k.} .lJ # "
J "100'Plows. Msorted 100 extra Plow Sbears. GOOD SECOND HAND BILLIARD TA v ,For! Sale, .: flA' .tile flrztb kaf 1A'i8nnI' fit tWo cIo11.n will cralMNbr nptifld aocordii ly., I ,t '.tT cb i I P.

tOO extra Plow Point For sale by A for sal low by P.!LADCi. 'IIST rate Saddle Bone br< C.a. BYJU be eivan (at IU ntnra. "9.* &" KNIOHT.- MALlNDA"FOLSOV Adm'c
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