The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: June 5, 1852
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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TBE UTEEPID MOTHER. I idea suggested itself that it might be surperfluous who seemed LI-f _. i ; ,
and sho smiled at the of quite good humored after bernight's Immortality. Gem. Scott, tor tie Campaign.We AJ. t
TRAVELLER'S TALE.TL. I her friends would saj- when thought shoa related what rest. There is a lady up stairs waiting If we wholly perish with the body,what an \ understand that'& life of Gen. Scott is Wo have, >frona- tiroVt i j

.A them the terrors of the night. Her child to for her friends ; but she does not talk imposture is this whole system of laws, man in preparation at the, Tribune office expressly past- numbers- to the enormoaa tax am,:' t
was French easily, and seemed unwilling to sptak.1 ners and usages on which human society is for tho electioneering purposes of the campaign owners, occaslooeclby the ttee ssity.okeeping -.
diligence from Paris to Chalons stop. sleeping tranquilly, its rosy cheek half buried \\ e could scarcely persuade her to to founded the nomination exteniio lanai : to'\>
in the go : if. we wholly perish with the I of 1852. This argues that dp ,, o esjcJosarea, and ,
pillow. fire had
dark The '
_1 one evening, just after some miles flame blazed up into a bed.! body, the maxims of charity, patience, justice of Scott is a settled thing-A foregone the,manifest 'u.ceaulty jf' W .
k nd, | the little town of Rouvray, to set bright whilo thaunsnuflo-l candle burnt Show me the room,'cried Arthur, miming honor, gratitude and friendship, which conclusion! and that the New York Tribune this growing burden. '-J'- aid ,

d;''II in English laty and her child'' nt a hadows dimly. The but room she was full of pale, trembling into the house. 4 sages have taught and good men have prac office is to be his official headquarters duringthe is t be_expected, mast b manifest te.a1 ':.-' I
1 eli roadtjdo aubcrge.. Mrs. Martin ex. no superstitious fears. '.Mother! mother!' cried he, but received! tised, what are they but empty words, pos I. canvass. The different branches o( Gen. we must necessity' resort to.
Something positive could alone ror tt
rrct to find a carriage ready to take her raise her a. no answer. sessing no real, binding efficacy! Why ScottV, history will probably be .divided some permanent (o the wasteful '
10 Chateau de Senart, a distanco of some larm. Sho listened attentively l but could The door is only latched, for we have no! should we heed them, if in this life only we out among the philosophers of the establish and expensive enclosures which have prevail* '

1eaPcs whither she was repairing on a visit, hear nothing but the howling tho \intIO'er robbers} in this part of the country,' said the i have hope ? Speak not of duty. What can ment. The Wood and carnage, their gun. : in Virginia; To the Planter, we recom.

told that it had' not yet arrived.nL .- the window the roof; and the pattering of rain against landlady.But we owe to the dead, to the living, to ourselves powder, muskets, and bomb-BheUa, will per e mende the Osage.Oranges ,uthebestplnt t.[ .

landlady a tall, coarse looking woman, panes. As hcr excitement die a formidable obstacle opposed Ueirentrance. if all are, or will be, nothing t Who haps be dressed up by Master Pike, with pic hedges. ., Subsequent informstjoo aas
*ho Aowcd! her into the vast hall that serv- minishcd, the fatigue:which had been forgotten They became alarmed, especiillywhen shall dictate our duty, if not our own pleas [I i tures to match. The civil services of the I confirmed us I la the opinion, that.where soUa*
once KS a silting room and kitchen, -began again to make itself felt, and they heard the shrieks of the little girl of soldier 'will doubtless !
fJ at ures, if not our own passions} Speak not I distinguished be turned Ue stone is this plant ,
that the roads were so muddy and she resolved to nndress and go to bed. and burst the door. I' \adt #
tjcrvcd, open morality. It is a mere chimera, a bugbear of over ,to the Secretary of the Manhattan the very ce' be ebtataed, I
Difficult at night, that there was little chance Her heart leaped into her throat For a The first object that presented itself was. human invention, retribution terminate withthe Quartz Mining Company. But there is another the I.ae for planting hedges .&'. .

.rhrr, friend arriving before morning c You moment sho seemed perfectly paralyzed.She .- the faco of the robber, violently upturned grave. branch of Gen. Scott's official history rivedwejeeI 1 that,we cannot ln, i tsaa

y better,' fca'ul she, make up your mind to had undressed and put out the candle, from beneath the bed, and with protruding If we must wholly perish, what to us are which will require the most skilful treatment t recommend it the ezamsua -
ifji here. We have a good room to offer when she accidentally dropped her watch.- tongue and eyeballs ; the next was the form the sweeet ties of kindred ? what the tender i being nothing more nor less than his services tion t mia nuniber

*.. and]'you will be much more cornfoi table Stooping to pick i it! up, her eyes involuntarily of Mrs. Martin, in the position in which we names of parent, child, sister, brother, husband -| as a diplomatist It will be a holiday taskto we orour-abab.vo.r, and ., ,
jflrpea: paIr of clean! warm sheets, than glanced towards the )bed. A great mass of had left her. She was still pulling with both wife or friend t The characters of a I' compile the military achievements of the rections for propagating.and! forming c.

nocVn"about in our rough country, cspec. red hnir, a hand and.a gleaming I knife, were hands at the scarf,and glaring wildly towards drama are not more illusive. We have no greatwarrior: ; but it will require tho pen of es. These, i three years from, the h.,

pBv &6 your dear child seems sickly.. revealed by the light of the fire. After die the head of the bed. The child md thrownits ancestors, no descendants-since succession a skilful and diplomatic scholar to do full justice selling out plants, will make a fence< ,perfectly :

)Mrs. Martin, though much fatigued by herjainpv first moment of terrible alarm, her presenceof arms around her neck anti l was crying ; cannot be predicted of nothingness. Wouldwe to the negotiations of Gen. Scott, espect ; to stock or ,thieves, and
}I; h( itlte(1.sood( night's rrst was mind returned. She felt that she had herself but she paid no attention. The terror of that honor the illustrious dead i How absurdto I.I ially those singular negotiations in the valley one that imprioul for the lon life'time.

Vitaiiily I a tempting prospect ; but she felt cut off all her means of escape by the dreadful night had driven her mad. honor that which has no etistencer! oul I t I Mexico.. only labor required being to keep.the I'I'The

id' confident, that: her friends would not neg- door, and was left entirely to her own re we take thought for posterity ? How frivolous Let us recite a case or two. We have it plant free from grass and weeds, until the .

kt her t":1tI \r a moment: she replied : !: sources. Without uttering a cry, but trembling The Study of the Truth. to concern ourselves for those whose from reliable authority that, after the first hedge is three years old, and a annualcilpi !

'Thank'you, mruhW, I will sit up for mi : in every limb, the poor woman got into Albert, I wish you to come in now, and end, like our own, must soon be annihilation? series of battles in front of the Mexican capital pin" or trimming, which last may be done .

: lour or 't-it i is not late, and the carriage i, the bed by the bide of her chilJ. An iJea- get your Bible-lesson," said Mrs. W. to her I Have we made a promise ? How can it bind Santa Anna, in secret negotiation with wit an old Iltebla by,any tolerably

mar tome after all. ?>hoiild it not, I shall a plan-}had suggested itself. It had flashed son, who was under the shade of a large ap nothing to nothing ? Perjury is but a jest.- Gen. Scott, proposed to yield up the city an handy laLrer.,
room, which! JOlt may ('. through her brain like lightning. It was the The last the to the Americans, on condi
pr of
;' bo 1aof\ your pl .tree, one Saturday afternoon. injunctions dJingwhatsanctity easy conquest Along the line of canals and railroads,:
at anv Tflt('.' :! only chance left. have than the last soundof tion that Santa Anna should receive a million a
tare,: for me I -\Ifn'd left his play reluctantly but promptly they, more an enclosure for gardens and i
\ho-vss who seemed anxious that her i Her bed was so disposed that tho robber chord that is of instrumentthat dollars more or less, for tho part orcb
ne, \ I and came into the house. a snapped an for lots in the vicinity of : I
Cue4 Aflul.1 not rcniniii' in the great room, could only get from beneath it by a narrow !i "Mother," said he,' do you think it is is broken? t which he proposed to play. We further understand the cheapest, most perfect twnl woud :0 > f

fuc<,tl'll! that a lire I be made above; but apot tore at the head without making? a noise; best for boys to learn what they do not uuiderrtand To sum up all ; If we must wholly perish t that Gen. Scott closed the bargain, i closure that can b had-ihe batifo may e.be
Mrs! .V. found herself Ho comfortnblq where and it was probable that he would choose i ?" then is obedience to the laws but an and, as a guarantee of a bona fidt contract, I grown up any (ruin Lege ten or fifteen f

jk was-a pile of fagots were blazing upon from prudence, this means of exit. There I Boys should In.irnvhat they do not insensate servitude ; rulers and magistratesare paid over the sum of ten thousand dollars to feet.- height PIU.t I
the vast Iicartli-that she declined at first to j was no curtain in the way. so :rs.1.11: tin, ,: know, unless they are willilg to icniaia inignorance. but the phantoms which popular imbecili. Santa: Anna, as the first instalment of the ;

ni.w.. Her daughter: about five years of age, with terriblo decision an.1 noiseless energy, ." ty has raised up ; justice is but an unwarrantable bargain and sale. We are further advised, :nmp4nTb'v. i ? t tI
(tOIlI''lIt to bleep in her lap ; and she her. i, mad. a running knot in; her silk scarf, and : I know that, mamma ; but ought they infringement uron the liberty of men [than Santa Anna thus secured the armistice am pleased to find.that some_of our cjti* '

K-ll'found( ;. that whilst her ears were anxious- ,held it poised over the aperture by which her I! to I learn that which they cannot utidersand J'' -an imposition, a usurpation : the law of jl|l from the 21th of August to the 8th of September Zeus are turning their attention to the cultivation I'

lv listening for the roll of carriago wheels,:! enemy was to make his appearance. She had 1 Tell me the particular caste you have in :: mnrrisge is a vain scruple ; modesty a with the understanding that; after a of the Sisal Hemp (Agora Americana,)

kvr t-u-s occasionally closed, and kluiuberl 1 i resolved to strangle him in defence of her own iiiiud, and I can probably give you a more :I dice ; honor and probity, such preju'j sham fight or so, to save appearances, tIle I which bids fair to ,become a profitable busi 1
,' all'to make its insidious approaches.In i life nr.d that of her child. satisfactory answer." dreams are made of; and incests, city was to be turned over to the American ness t those who may.engage in it his

order tn prevent herself from giving I I The position WAS an awful one ; and prob- Our class is studying Romans,' and there 1 I II parricides, the most heartless cruelties, and i army. The subsequent most bloody battles, : ble'e that an aero of land will yield'a !

var: fhr ci'Jca\orod! to direct her attention I iablv. had the been able to direct: her alterj -I Ij I are many things in that book which I cannot I II the blackest crimes, are but the legitimate however, show that Gen. Scott was egregiously tons,,which at the ,price it bearsat j
to' the object* around her. The apartment: j j lion to tho surrounding circumstances, she I Ir j I understand." j sports of man's irresponsible nature ; while I humbugged out of his money and his present would bo worth upwards of four bun-

was vast, and lighted more }by the glare ofthe might have: given way to her fears, and en'deavored I I There are also many things in it which : the harsh epithets attached to them are merely 1 armistice, and that ho was so disgusted with I dred dollars. It grows upon the poorest j 1,

fire, than by the dirty caudle stuck :into to raise the house by screarn.I .- you can: understand. You can understand such as the policy of legislators has invented j,the perfidious Mexicans, that, on being subsequently land,and is cultivated at a ver small expense: |, SI
the dirtier tin candlestick, that Btood on one! The fire on the hearth, unattended to, hnd the doctrine ol depravity which! is taught aud imposed ou the credulity of the ri offered a million and a quarter of I for after it once gets a fr. start .i it keeps *

,"lUll,_,_* l Inn"__ tables._ Two or three huire. beams', fallen abroad, and now gave only a dull, sullen J there j that is, you: can understand that neither .peoitle. dollars to turn traitor, and accept the dictatorship I down al other vegetation it is m a condition j t
I light with an occasional! bright gleam.Every .- j Here which vaunted i of Mexico, he rejected the offer with be valuable I
(trctclied across half way up the walls, lcav. t Jews nor Gentiles can be saved by the is the issue to the gatre. This plant
iig; a f.j. >ace filled with flitting shadows a-I object in the vast apartment: glowed works of the law." I philosophy of unbelievers must inevitably i' scorn and contempt. To substantiate the was brought to Sat F J

IlU, e. from these depended a rutty bun or with a restless emotion. Now and ,then a Yes, mamma, there are some things l lead S Here is that social felicity, that sway accuracy of these negotiations, we understandthat da, several, years ago by the I .

1\\11. a sword, several bags, hanks of onions, 'j mouse advanced stealthily along the floor, which 1 can understand, and yet there are I of reason, emancipation of error, of which I the correspondence upon the subject Ferine, who obtained from the Government a, 1
(ouling utensils, &c. There were very few] but started by some movement under the bed, many things which I cannot understand.Mr. .- they eternally prate, as the fruit of their doctrines may be had from the files of the War officeat township of land, situated near Cap Sable, j

&fls that! the house wa&much visited, though' went scouring back to its hole in tcrror'-I Wtlls says that boys ought not to be I Accept their maxims, and the whole \\ashington.With on the promontoiy, for the pua of cultivating -
a rile of empty \\inc bottles lay in one coriUT. t The child breathed steadily in its obliged to learn doctrines which they cannot I Ico.ll world falls back into the most frightful chaos; I regard to the opinions of Gen. Scotton it upon a extensive t,beforehe .
The landlady eat some distance from repoc ; tho mother) endeavored also to imitate p.c1lend." i and all the relations of life are confounded ; the Fugitive Slave Law,we presume Seward could_locate. the land and take possession 1 '

rb /ire ,place with her two sons, who laid I! slumber, but the man under the bed, uneasy )Ir. Wells gave: a lecture on astronomy : and all ideas of vice and virtue reversed; and himself will do the work, and in a style ofithewasmurderdbytheeecninolelnriuixszatlndia.nK.y. I :
t'lt'irlios.'s' t-igetlu-r, and talked in whispers. I in l his position, could not lulp occasionally I iu our school last xvititcr, UJ ho not !" the most inviolable laws of society vauUh calculated to show that Gen. Scott is not SIt J !

)b. Martin began to feel uneasy. The making a slight noise. I 'its; he told how large the planets are and all moral deciplir.e perishes; and the government now, and never ha been, any more an abalitiollist is known that this plant grow and .j
i Hca now entered her mind that she had fala Mrs. Martin was occupied with only two and all about eclipses, how they are caused.I I of states and nation- has no longerany than he is now, or has been hereto- flourish in soil of any kind w is beyond .

1"11 itt1: res.irt for robbers and the word?, idea First, she! reflected on the extraordinary : know a great deal more about astronomythan cement to uphold it; and all the harmu- ,:|: fore, a native-American in politic The argument the region of frost And hence at no distant 1

."rr/r rllcf, (it i is she,) which was all she delusion by which she had been led to ; I did before." fly of the bod) politic becomes discord; and can also be made to prove that Gen. day, we may expect to see it the great 1 I
lwtrJ of the whirred conversation, contiih- 0 pee enemies in the people of the house, and a You know how eclipses arc caused? the human race is no more than an nssemblage -'' Scott having pledged himself to Seward, in :of all that part of Florida South of the ape t
friend in thc red haired mtnn,1; secondly, of reckless barbarians, shameless, remorseless reference to the Fugitive Slave Law, it is not of North latitude :
tJl'd to alarm Iter. The door leading into the !I "0, yes; when the sun is eclipsed, the I I degree yielding a greater
T'latl', vra; left fljar; and for a moment she it I3tl tick her that lu could fear no resUtance I i moon comes between the sun and earth: and brutal, denaturalized, with! no other -'!! proper for him to make any. further pledges. profit than is produced by any other t

fit mi inclination, t.} start up and escape on j from woman, he might push away the chairs the shadow of the moon makes the eclipse." !| check than passion, no other bond than ir- II i upon that subject. tural! pursuit in oarcounty.-Ke ageul. 1

hut.' Hut she was far from any other habita- (: th.it were in the way, regardless of the noise, Can you calculate an eclipse t" religion,no other God than self! Such would I 'l'113 work will probably be closed with an. rend E .9.: t
and thus avoid the that was laid for world which would mak& : appendix illustrative of the beauties of socialism .
entertained snare be the impiety
lion, and if the I people of the house j X 0, mamma; I cannot understand how i, !
any evil deigns, her attempt would only pre.!I him. Once, even, she thought that whilst that is done." Such would bo this world, were a belief in red republicanism, the Rochester knockings I II VOICES or TUB ARCTIC NIGHT.-The

fijiiuto dir catastrophe. 3o the resolved on ,i her attention was strongly directed to one I a' If Mr. WelU! would be consistent, he God and immortality to die out of the human and the spiritual manifestations, agrari- following is a brief but striking passage from =

patience, hut listened attentively for the approach -i I I spot, he had made his exit and was leaning must not teach boys the doctrine of eclipses; heart.-Massillon. I anisuis, woman's rights, free farms, free rents, Dr. Kane.slecturel upon the Grinnell xpeditiou > .j
bran bread and abolition
other friends., All sho heaid was over her, hut she was deceived by :i flickering because they cannot understand how they philosophy, turnips, I .' ,
the whittling of the wind and the dashing of i shadow on the opposite wall. In reality are calculated. In every department of IT is HARD Tnus.it is hard times, I nullification, sedition, amalgamation, and the The lecturer'drew a 'vivid picture of the :
the he puffs a three cent law." This work will I
tie rain, uhich had began to fall soon after i i there was no danger that ho would corn pro.I knowledge there are some things connectedwith says young man as t higher magnificent marvellous scenery and the wild, life of the !
miso the success of his sanguinary enterprise cigar, or pays twenty-live' cents for a circus f no doubt, be ready for delivery at the Baltimore .
her Arrival. I truths presented for our study which we I polar regions-the strange noise of the
About two hours had passed in this un- i for the shrieks of victim put on its guard, cannot understand. This is true in regard ticketit's hard times" and I can't I Whig Convention.-N. Y. Herald.INTELLECT. ing of the ice now like the,whining of a I

comfortable WIW. At length the door was might alarm the house. to religious knowledge, and it is true in regard "take The a times newspaper.hard the man witha .-We bow to no other aristocracy puppy, then like the cries of distress and then !
wet in.- Have you ever stood, hour after honr, with other kind PerSons are says I t like the of The(ice
opened{ and a man dripping came to every knowledge. I have six children to clothe, ; wo recognize no other. We spurn again booming cannon. ,
Mie breathed more freely; for this new com- your fishing rod in hand, wailing with the j ferocious in a course of education commit to memory feed large and family; le school for I can't affordto and scorn with our whole soul,the contemptible generally about'five feet thick, and machjre-:
tI' might frustrate the'evil designs or her patience of an angler for a nibble? If many truths which they cannot understand provi a ; man what a{t narrowness and littleness of spirit which sembling glass, which before was level is

Wess( if she entertained any. Ho was a you have: : you have some faint idea of the at the time, but which in after-life be. W1\'e.a he does newspaper.Poor not know that three months' some men exhibit in doing homage on ac now piled in ridges, and as the 0'maim are

wd haired, jovial faced looking man, and in- state of mind in which Mrs. 1\ltrLin-with far come intelligible to them, and of great practical pity in with a weekly is f count wealth and appearance. A man is forced upon each other every variety of noise
with confidence the frankness greater interests at stake-passed the time This is especially the case schooling a year paper than he increases. Xow. low and plaintive-.'now
ipired her by I importance. better for his children than six months, with no better we, because owns a fine I ,
tad case of his manners. until an old clock on the chimney piece told with the truths of the Bible. A doctrine span' of horses or because he can give a shrieking wildly, and gradually:'rising to- a S

*X flue night for walking,' cried he, shaking on<; hour after midnight Another source of I which a boy of twelve years old cannot understand out The the paper.times are hard," the woman costly party, or drink a delrerdrink than we, climax of fearful intensity, trader which all '4 I j
who has scrambled anxiety now presented itself, the fire had nearly be understood when says young language ceases, and to ''the softest cadence
himself like a dog may clearly she dollar just for a or lus more"maid or man servants. A peasant I ;
out of a pond. What have you to give me t! burnt out. Her dizzy eyes could scarcely he comes to be a man." as gives around away her a neckthe times may be as good as a President. Not -noises so marked and oftentimes so regular 0
aIr.te mrssicurs; ct mcsdamcs. I am wet to I see the floor, as she bent with fearful atten- Mr..Wells said tho practical parts of the I wear subscribe for what man puts on without but what he has that they were regarded and called the ,

\.it in. Hope I disturb no one. Give me! lion over the head of the bed-the terrible Bible should be studied by young persons, are hard I like cannot it, and should be glad your to paperthough haveit. within him proves to us his manhood. To pulses of the ice, and from these.roices;; of I 0

.') dt or wine.. noose hanging, like the sword of Damocles' und not the doctrinal." ." Poor girl the aristocracy of mind and heart we bow; .the ice they were generally capable of jodg. Slug
ttostess. in a surly, sleepy tone, told above tho gloomy aperture. What, she What is meant by the practical parts ?r" we reverence the intellect for what it has ; ita movements. Entering Baffin's Bay t'

ler t lIOn to serve the gentleman, and thought, if he delay his appearance until the Those parts which tell us what to do." TReE P ILOSOPIlV.-I saw a pale mourn done, and for its possibilities, but the outward :and stretching upon the ice in the buffalo t :

addIrs. Martin, said: I light has completely died away ?rTill it not ." Those parts which are intended to teachus er standing bending over the tomb, and his i proves nothing ; it is nothing in comparisonwith i robes an officer calls upon them to hasten:up. ]j

"i oa see jour friends will not come, andy then be impossible for me to adjust the scarfto our duty ?I" tears fell fast and often. As he raised his humid ,mind._ _ _ The ice 'voices have been renewed with j j' ;'
1)0 are keeping us up to no purpose. You do tho deed-to kill this assassin-to save Yes, mamma." eyes to heaven, he cried : shrieks and howls. The ice was in greatcommotion. ;
wd and child 2 lOb, God! deliver him of the Bible To Calculate Interest. On the lt'Ii..
Letter go to bed.. myself my In that sense all parts are My.brother! oh my brother. comes I
the into hands !' The doctrines to Multiply the sum by the number of days, crashed ice,piled high by the meeting of the
.J u'rait a littla longer, was reply, my practical. were given regu A sage passed that way, and said
fbe red haired man finished. his .bottle of ging of hands and knees along the floor-a Bible some duty is derived. Take, for example One," replied he, whom I did not suf. be the interest of such sum for that time at 6 motion-the vessel trembles',from the force
.xtb and it will be the
\tJlle(' and then said: heavy, suppressed breathing-announced that the doctrine of the divinity of Christ;;, ficently love while living; but whose inestimable per cent. Add OBe. of the contin ed shock. On it .came; and
'Show me a room, good woman-I shall the supreme moment was near At hand.- what duty does a knowledge of that doctrine i worth I now feel" interest of'such sum at,7 per cent. Subtract now only six yards from the vessel.-no wordis
will the interest 5
one-sixth and! it at
tWp here to-night' Her white arms were bared to the shoulder; teach us V What.wouldst thou do if he were restored give percent uttered-now three yards- now,six feet ]] S
Mrs..Martin thought that as he pronounced her hair fell wildly around her face, like the '4 The duty of worshipping him." to Lb'ee I" For example; multiply 8325 x 60 All wait with trembiimg lipc when sadden/ t

these words, he cast a protecting glance to. mane of a lione&s about to leap upon its prey; Certainly ; and wo could not undertakethat The mourner replied that he would never days: divide the product, 10.500 by 6, the result the noise and motion cease. They wait;:for f
is the interest of $325 for 60 days
*ardi her: and she felt less repugnance at the distended orbits of her eyes glared down duty, if we were ignorant of.the doctrine I offend him by an unkind word, but he would 93,25, ,, the movement to be renewed but" no renewal '
thejilea of passing the night In that house. upon,the spot where the question of life and that Christ is Divine. So of all the doctrinetof I take every occasion to show his friendship, if at 6 per cent. Now add one-sixth,and yon i' came, and five months afterwards that,immense 1
have 93.70.1 the interest of 9325 forGO days.'I'
4' \Viet Q therefore the red haired man, alter a.I'olite death -was to bo so- soon. .decided., ,Time' : the Bible. They principles from which I he could but come back to his fond embrace.'I at 7 cent Subtract one-sixth and ridge was still there and the vessel, J
. bow, went up stairs. she said that aal seemed immeasurably lengthened out, ana we derive a knowledge of duties which would ---Then use no time in useless grief,"said the have per'$2.70.9 tile interest of the same sum-you for also there. I IPvGNosxDAzn 1
Let, friends second assumed the proportions of an otherwise be unknown to'us." hast friends and cherish ,
thou -
had not arrived, they might as every but if go I
sage the ''time at 5 And in like
well show her to her bedroom. hour. But at last, j just as tilllbes and forms S.tmucllIaU said it would be time enoughfor the living, remembering that they will die same percent Hooa\'OUD Ibji.zrrsi .
otber"time'and of interest
I 1 thought it would come to that at last,' began to float before her sight,through an indistinct him to'study' the Bible"when he becamea one day or other also." .proportion any rate Among the fancies of the Emperov Nicholas:
The above mode of inter-
aid the medium ofblendert light and daik- Christian." computing are these two regiments, stationed atSt,:P.-i,
boUadJ.C Pierre take the lady'strunks
stairs.. fleas, a black, mass interposed between her "That was a foolish as well as wicked re LITTLE TuiNos.--rGreat virtues are rare: est wo have found in several of our exch nges. tersburg. Every maa and ofibxtr .of the first

In a up few minutes Mr*. Martin found fcer- eyes and tho floor. Suspense,being over, the mark. We must study the Bible in order to the occasions for them are very rare; and We have elaborated it somewhat, and renderit named has a pug nose, blue eyes, and sally :

*4f ia a spacious room, with large fire time of action having arrived, everything become Christians. We cannot become when they do.occur, we are prepared for more intelligible.A hair and whiskera The hook noses have each

!'ing ou the hearth. Her first care, after seemed to pass with magical rapidity. The Christians without some knowledge of the them ; we are supported either by,the splendor HA D HIT.-The New York Times a nose liken hawk,.with eyes. ,hair and bean! 1

letting the child to bed, was to examine the robber thrust his head cautiously forward.- Bible."-Treasury.CHICKENS. of the deed in the eyes of the world, or gives tho Alderman of ,Gotham a.pretty dig, black like a. raven's wing.: The. men,,too; all :
door. It closed only by a latch. There Mrs. Martin bent down. There was a half- by tho, self-complacency that we experiencefrom as follows: The' City Fathers visited the match in height, and;; with 'tnetr'sple'odiduniforms :'

*w no bolt illf ide8he looked around for choked cry -the sound'of a knife falling on .-Cure the Pip.-U Undoubtedly the performance of an uncommon action. islands 4nf Thursday, to"search_ out a place to -, make a shcrwr! appearance.- j[ .

wnethiug to barricade it with, andperceiv.- the floor-a convulsive struggle. Pull! pull about these days some of your chickens will Little things are nnforseeni they return_every bury the deceased.. paupers.. They found i Ugvi.acnoN.-4iomo; .. l

ed< a heavy chest of drawers., Fear gave herMrftgth. pull!, Mrs. Martin he:, rd nothing-saw nothing have this common chicken complaint Care moment; they come in,contact with oar pride, champagne ,and fixins, .and brought home : inrgIo'yth'eaith '
She half lifted, half pushed it \- but the scarf pascing'over the. head of it. How t Simply by mixing a tablespoonful oar.indolence. our haughtiness, our readinessto bricks enough! to build the receiving,vault forthe in her besuty :sliinea by alight n
between her two naked feet She with'about three pounds of meal the/ :contradict our, inclinations The .ncanogWthstthe besUrjr
gsinst the door. Not, content with thi, she the. bed of sulphur 1j9ffflCOq new;Ce eter'y.. .
: alsaeetmsr.:
and make brook
flowers the
: herself back and holding her ther for fortnight It is, however, ooly by fl-
I seized a table to increase the strength of her4eCe had half thrown for a feed every day perhaps a perpetually. '' j
ce. The broken aud when scarf with both 'her.hands, j pulled' with 'desperate Be Tcry careful not to let any of that delity In little thing that a true nd.constant. Vo once- read'an. anecdote of a very diminutive mar down the'ed Jaaidaeafsi, o nHs4iportamV .

. J< touched it leg it fell was,with a, crash to the energy for her Jif The1'conflict'! 'had i substance get'mixed with your disposition,I love to God.can be distinguished from a pasting etildwhich by the way made con- moeteawkkteetIoh' ; t"f' f
?'. A long echo went sounding through begun,'and one or the other mart,:p riIh.- or it may give you a'worse complaint than: fervor of! :spirit* saderabl'noise. Oneday the father's, patience then,1 to hare'a pew, eaMrateaV' -

"Loose aod felt tar heart ,si.k'within The robber" was a powerful nfl; nd 'bade the one'ybrt 'are coring".' Too much'rolphur havfag bettoine exhausted ,with ill'crying, wiU.Et fe4 Aid, that'may'be oiti
1IttBut the she did and no one5ff. furious efforts'to get l loose; bat t In Vain.: Nota in that, sweet compound'' composing 'iemale. Love is l the diamond among the jewels or ,U Spank it, wife," ''said he M and, make it bequietl' :Hestn*"add"_foi;;atri' lMtWj- S
echo away, aaonnd little The other "I would dear". 'replwd.th. may.ihghtaasljy:_011 tboaansi. !
she' the the ta. Sound escaped from his-lipt-not beartiia'aptto make them a fiery: 0 It the bifieyer a breast-plate. graces my .' ..
so fragmttsof \
pled rf"! fiv- .ni. > t S
U -i.! in ijs.iy&tflagju{
: tupon.the":chest of 'drairera., ;Tolerably from hertL The dreadful, T tragedy was enacted will cure the pip though. So will it kid eyWckx..Thre shIne !like' the pteeioulones'' of' nature; with considerate ladyI.but 1.iU..ct. 4 WWaAl..4lsS: drosm.1 '

.Jfl*ted in:)this dircedbu :she proceededMaiamiae I in silence,. 'f, worms In fpga- ? their ownI4peculIifluatre and Various hues', that f caruiot'flnd / a S
. i, j4 but the diamond is white, uniting! all the:othera. : -- ; "r p Is. "lbfII !l':
/ tire iiind .. They; : were all *. '' Tho farmer'whose' -so'I 1j2nthatIttooktwo ;?.WTpP1NI 1 1
SirS pgswere
lrx .
C'b..''d 'with iron .bara.. 'Tha, WHJ W F( Mother. .Guerard' :MJJJf yoong i nun nothing' I haro aayi' .' :(siaoW,' Ii., .as I belieft ,you do, byi's.u-
: .
I i I Y:4 -. after eartful xaaalaatioo, leaping LiJ:4 ont of':a' carriage:' 'that'.. t 1t..t' 1 iwri'pnbflte'd ef Rbmilj; "1b bywWch 8nfcytive; : just obserwtiofl :; ,<:?_*am.now,about to._door yoit.what t bd b.n beat'by (be't''m t aeet4ietbin14bIt .Fakir' 1' ..4' S
Nied to contain rsiin of .mt'door.Jtif. \' h' 'wI uJWUr life ; j : mchi.&i : J iit.a"
; : a ** t euOOr VI .ne" 1ftW ttidef"th&1flr
? I od'V p1 iooand' sincere and gee.|the Evil One,,never did byyoukLsqRai! tM3vshdhtoryto therwoeld
tiMaittiiiow -luuiVdown: \ fl arrivedT ; *;thc-gf ; "
: intocbair jbiiforiiie. Uas'mfniotber. :'mid'seusifelewoman. OBJtt hi flock'1 ; "TnH ;in ,'locfr pen! -1fiOalytojd) thai ol1 biisncs, ti :u .- : ;
: > "'df amiable : .
1'' j't It ** #*& > 4c.t : ". .* ,
Arf was' 'natural 1 b' i1'lI'.t1 :'f.t
... fowtlotu' ; I i-L; 'all Ica're "UUo'" -- tying knots in det hll > : oj ojP' caiital" l,
-c, having token all these I ptecautiojl1it'; 0 'Is it your mother T replied i th e landladr,: ..


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Compromise compromise it nnds U of thenfkrorifo nea1 1 Whig District Meetinof :
Letter from Mr. Diddmon.Tbe Finality. as t MM *
ThEFLORIBIAN & JOURNAL; turcs, while they wjI.aasest( erIe cleettoo.. A krsfinkIing >Vhig, gathered kthr ;Washington corrtspoodeflt of the
U the of the Hon. In ncswer to SOOMV rfmarks in our list, which we
following reply 'T .- .. .. --,--- tniii deinfeentu they now assert beior* .titttia zit a whig m ix this pi e lid turday, to appoint delegate* to be jpe*kj of tha efforts of Mr. Yd1O, '. fr T" 4i -
Daniel S. Dickinson to the letter of R. G. : that the rw.jrh sa ilrcajy je all fuirSootheni '
; NatioI ention froof ti* MadliPUtrict, representation the Whw
( that it da to nalt* the Minpf tnu fitml ctUefil IJJf lWhigC
;. can > titsug
Scott, Esq., on the subject of the compromise ,: .' IiM Z JI! ?4 ao.1 "4do other things needful for Florid*; ffMggery.Tb 'The Mae .writer also intimates ''that Mr 1
the & 8 :J p |
j Vttsu '
i852 & or mini antecedents hare '
and the fugitive slave law : : LTURDAY, JIJIE 5. Bptiintl grapIikaDy says--i$tt odanr Vwy not been 'alte-jethtr w
If ur friend of th. >70rwa* fc Jimmrfbad euarocTAtcd We me got ortc- admirers '
-- --- I ------4-----r-------' quii imagine: |
-- -- wpecti'theTiaeetJng
BINGHAMTO.N, N. Y., May 20, 185 TflRMS.-tbrce Dollar per annum if phd in all these alleged act of tins' democratic party' itark Thc testiiaony we hare this furnbhed abowa that CurDDtnot1arg .: The In aid of the antions
ns things which lad not bent done, he would bare I et ;* and it also Informs us that Madison and Hamilton Lopes of the Prnident
DEAR SIK Your favor of the 17th a-lvanee if within six months of the time of the in the free States hare p'.inted cial has *
: M* :- ; 3 50 paid come much Higher the trUth Let iw take n very few majority party were not but it doubts not *" they messenger recently hem d c -
': suggesting that, amongst other names, mine subscribing; and 4 00 at the end cf the year. Ad- illuetratious which occur to us oi> the epur of the moment. tbem Ues upon the finality o( the oompromW, and would hate concurred and will tie fully satisfied States of a Carolina, Alabama nod r into th,

I had been associated with tim the democrat- voili (uieutf, One Dollar persquareof2 hues for first, The 4 democratic party,* nays he, 'has always w,repeat that.nything tbey,may,say in the Baltimore in Fillmore' "Delegate. : for. "i the X'
with the action of the This Whig The
dime all it can do lo'iiuLe lira corapnoibise fIaAL4thtnicnt. meeting. organ grist's
,; I ic nomination Tor Uie Presidency-and pro- and Fifty Cents for all fubs-qu iiisortk>iis. An- Convention, or anywhere else w ill increase the confidence resmnewill be
tlt.it In die tirst done July representeattBuSixL"1a
Is true! place, a very seem still to hold on to the idea that what is
j pounding for my consideration certain interrogatories xirK-em nts rwiJiJatcs!, Five Dt'llrrs eue-b, alwy1i Inrijc number nf the dcmceratic party iu and out'of their action has already inspired. by the leaders in and around Tallahassee will be nil that of all the other States. From 'wkt w

reached uie lost evening.I to Ixj paid in nJviuicc. Religions, Ol>itunry mid }lnr- ('t'vircs did all they e"nkl do to drj'cat most of the| Arnl now a vn>rd or two as to the Southern wing learn eif its erudition and pur w fetLat'

l I have notat auytirni regarded myself as j jn I riage Notices not exceeding 12 linen w ill be pnMMiod J Jgr comprnniHo ''mViiture, wnd in'the South a mnjcnlv of the party The Sentinel, with its usual forget fulnessuf right for Whigs elsewhere ; and the fact that of the to say that tie 'wbigiartyoth"ms distL
of the District twelve will not
went for re-&i tawo' to th' se measures idler working Committee Meeting
I jiatididatejbr; ljil'tinolislied! J''.nor men-1. tw.. t36rjfocrtifi | [ were pdMccL At the beginning of the present session were from Leon, while all other CounUes put together gi sliouhiermof
I tinned, and, as I presume\ generally known, tAte or legal ivticeq Of any description \rrll be ghcn of Congre, in n emeus of democratic inemWrF, a jorkyWfut for ''resistance to those measures(the compromise thenomin, e'of tb -Quentn
had but would indicate to most men that
II rally declared mylprefereiices'for; ono pf the, i ;nti1theadce&t.ingfee i ii paid. majority .were found to'vote arjaiiitt the proposition ) after they were passed." Is this true/- fourteen' nous apprehension felt is,that there may

eminent'' statesmen whose names have long j to make the me'.isnrrs n fiuality, and in the very I Let n< sec. In how many of the Southern Stairs was some such ides had been drilled into this meeting

; been conspicuously 'before the public. Under DEMOORATIO NOMINATIONa strongest case they present (the vote on Ilillyer's a'ncnd- "rcsi' anee" threatened, and the taken also. It U hard to give up power long enjoyed, and ral ticket -'

I -*! .!*-. meat to Jackson s resolution,) a majority was f till necessary steps we are not surprised that the managers here, in spite While upon the jnbjeetcf Mr.j"illmoreandtlieiw
these circumstances feel
f some delicacy V.OTERNOK hitekh, The vote RtxKxl, nve-s C8, not-a 37, not votii | to give 'to the proposed "resistance" a practical turn! idency, I will remark that the teeeat deeli i ;
*t I in: publishing at this time the opinions) of afit FORJAMES Z 35. Was this all they could do 4 Did a majority Only Urec-South Carolina, Georgia and MssieppL .of Convention*, contrive still to hold it fast. Mr. Pratt of Maryland,b the Senate,that paT

;i private citizen, though none, in expressing E. BROQAIE.FOll ercr aflirm compnniiise finality in CongressT Have In non <
.*| them.. they 4 nastainnlit iu SUtc action !I' Look at all the as a final settlement ; hold that interven'ti the outset, mfevorofthe OnsDibrs sail C ;
resolutions of all the democr.itio couvcutioDi of all the t of resistance"proposed to or acted upon by the p opic 1 mto non-intervention" won't do that the measures-was heard in tic eiW kr tho.,f
tjj It is due as well to the kind partiality ('ONGflES : < secure ;
Southern States Where do v\e find so much as out -n t one that we remember. True a majority of who may be thought to have Wtnt.wd.

\\ which has presented the entjuirics to tnyp A. E, MAXWELL. sustaining compromise fiqality ( Look at Michigan, the party may have opposed the compromise a* nnoriinud Union and Federal Government are essential to each I themselves thought they fully, understoj

own determination, whether acting as a pii- New York, Ohio, California taul otliri. And UHIIw question, but whoever says that they other, and springing from compromise, ought to be the then Mce-PresiJent's pou.mtitn, with wSrfasfcioishment. -

: vate citizen or n public servant, to practice Fo1 Lucruis: : hat sluill we toy to that othrr nrscrtion : 4 There is,* proposed administered in the name spirit, dc; that Millard 1111- Excelknt and veuoraBle truu\r. Rl
to it ninth
;eas/ traujgressca the comaiandiin-nL-
.| no evasion or concealments upon \ital quesu *ay* lie.4 hut n tinyte caso t 14) which) our opponents more is the man, and no mistake ; that in the event gentlemen Opened their eyes at theannonotfrK.i
MtQUKISN MclNTOSII.o/.Wifni// can point to show that the tk-inocmts arc acting with But t me frntinel jiocccdd" Look at all the r olutions til they looked gtrite over their spedac!** Til elI!|
< tions that an answer should be given iu a of the failure- to nominate 3Ir. Fillmore by raid Con *
J. CARAWAY SMITH, of Jrjirson the whigs iig.iiu.st the fugitive lave 1'iw'-i.> that tine 4f all the democratic conventions of all the been some precious interviews a&JeorrwptnuJ .

Pi T spirit frank'iess! which becomes the occaRJ M A,. .1 ESS E COE, of Jackson at tilt/ On the contrary, we say: there i is no Xorthrn Sou tbtrn Slates. Where do we find so much m one vention, the Whigs of Middle Florida will sustain any this topic of Lite, and by and by the truthwill! U 2*

I-ion. and it is given accordingly. 1 long <' Stale in which a lar re imition of the densocratic rtMuic Ti-lir tn-itr I...-r>Tnn tlinnmincp Trby huc &tood! We have no liberty to disclont it .. Tf"it
: and 'is not the I sii that the'dcunl
arrayed ngaiiKtt fugitive
wnce declared it to be rny fixed intention press jwrty and does stand and the La jxTfch
t and In whatsoever station the vicis- Appointments of Judge Broome. slave law ; and"in M2usaeht1'etts. for illustration, wee i t his 11 ibum I in the following resolution of the Ten- by upon compromise, fully dation iu fact. If eme of Mr. Fillmorc's Foreign iKA-

purpose, Judge Bro'mne, the,Dfiuocratic candidate fur Govb attention tx> the fullowiiigotc iiK>n the hataiu ieee Convention, adopted in February last : and luiequi vocally, with a known and unalterable determination tens were to be brought upon the a'tan'J to coningd.

jj itudcs of life might place me, to sustain, by tnior, \vi11 address the people at the ("Ilowing places: corjmx bill abillinttnikil t*> nullify the fugitive 6lave I "AVWiW, That the eletnocraN of Tennessee to regard it as a final cttlcment of all President and testify to what Le kuows upoDtieB !I

any and every just means within my control, On AYo.Wbd.iy' ( Uio IWh inst, at 1'atlah.isst e.On 1 law, by w rcMing the fugiti\ out of the hands of the j ready to meet their politii-al brethren of the other ere the wjtionnl questions therein embraced ; that this jeet, werecon there would besomifrpresHiunsofern.
the of adjustment of 1850! holier- f t'd&ral authorities," le. tcnance on the occasion that nlJ
measures be
ii t I Stales in National tk'u' fr we> worthy
vit.-u, t ho vf
Saturday, the li'thin'-U' at Newport. pur1.eo j IK Hiiutitig > meeting; heartily of the course of the Whig tfJpitieil
their whole to have been In to the above must confess approves of a Hogarth It B mortifying to intioi
ing adoption as a rephing uc our sur- : i candidate* for the Prctidency and Vice Pre&i- l
.1{ On Thursday, tic! 24th! ins>t, at Thuuuis'i Store, Members of Congress from thin State in withdrawing hi such but aefc
dacity quarters the truth
I of the United States to lw ? out.
wise and their operation salutary. regard pri-e at the want of correct infi.rniatioiip'T'scssfl) by ciu' dewy supported upon the

;rj it as the highest duty and dearest privilege of IJads li-n County.On ncighljor. not only as to the pa-t action t.f the -rthfrn""I' platforms; adopted bv our party at the Italtimore <_'onj from the late Congressional Caucus at Washington," tIme The blindness issue of the Whig Convention, nutwit]
Siiturdiir, the 20tliiut.. at Quiney,GadsJcnJouuty. j veutioiLS of 1814 and I8i8, with a di4iumetnn'Jerst.srsL-lin t tt and obstinacy of the1 President i iof axij,,
i? the citizen to cherish and preserve an Union ( ing of the (icIft'cralic J party, but alus to the prr -l j, ,; that the measures passed by the Lust C iigrer'* f..rhe In regard tr these Resolutions the Sentintl his wrong-headed and place-loving fileuds, aij

<; of States which has conferred incalculable cee-ilings' of the Soi.thoru dunoe-tney, in and out of' t HItshall U'ljvMiiKi.t of (he questions c.>nu<:cted vv ith sla' sas- of ny d iiiht. Mr. Fillmore will lie slid out of tte"fcij
mankind and (this In our next, vre xpott t luinnnnccalistof Bpjviint shall adhered t and try"ufuial I The (cussions upon the resolutions nn.l Tarion of th cart without cerenwny. and i with
.tj blessings upon ; can only Coiurcss., be our pleasine, however, to MI : faitl.fuiy r.equetccil iu n a ud lots' (
iients Jlibluul, conimcueintj \ ida JtfiVrWe of amciidmunbi: in their effect the of the positie and dignity lie nnld retire
in letter t 'ilaicliiijj! ittlnifnt those questions. upon position and *avr
be maintaining
S;| accomplished by h hs.JII lighten him, and! we Inu-t that hercaflirhe will lo hii.l.liOfti&tS
| and inspirit the integrity of the Cotislilu- C4)UIty. the tu-c t-f them befoic :I;Jut we remark In addition, quoting aJn from the'AlLci i Baltimore delegates and the State in the lreMidentiaI fie near mees, and preserve some credit for sagj,,. Jjjj
: | ( simple ju!' placing right h a monomaniac, and will meet his Lie ititL
tni$ t'lir lends in ( adhimVakufla and in election, were spirited and evinced tie
? a of
.. tion. his reIhr4.Ve.mtk. !io more-than thij.We > J'xinttcr, tLat the (dcniucraeie i.f Keritin kv, | contrariety cap over his even. -
Leon \\ill pjin-nd the notice of those iiitment-s atid I opinion." }S,> we have been informed and information -_- .
niisumn -
; That Constitution provides for the restoration npp Mid that the dcnux ratio ]arty has already Alabama, I Missouri, TOXK, Maryland i
of fugitives from service, and the act of,1 h thus air-Hil to Jndjje! I'nKinie the pirtmiily of meet ding ne all that it can do t<> inaLc the C'mipronii a filial Xorth Carolina" hive planted themselves on the rime goc-4 on to say that the main burden of the Florida Whig and Scott

, 1850 simply 1)rOVideSfIr its execution. the J eoplc! in as lar p numbers it p'iaib1e. si'ttlcineiit" nnd now for the proof. We ill ii- I ground as T.nuesee-tbums blowing that our n -* lilr's | discu--'ioii was hinged} upon the resolution we have We luive frequently expressed the LxUef thug if

On the iTSlh of IVbiuary, I 1811), while discussing Without nuthoiily for doing it, we yet "ntnrc to i scivc before v\e proceed to this, as we Lave had vcca- l.- memory of the action of the democrats in the quoted m liii!. An effort wa' made to instruct e>r an (Gen. Scott *ImId be niiiated fur the PrceiJmcT,

t Walker's amendment the doim-oratie camlidat* that at each of hi thorizc the to retire from the Ligs of Florid would support Liia That is.
Mr. providing say fr *5"n tA' i(mail: heretofore, that we do not deny Uu exi Southern Statew no more tim bft trusted than v len Delegate* the Convention if tie

lor the temporary government of the territories -1 poiutnicnt, he will l be happy to <-r *s vonls vith t' i:.tenrc of free-s<-iltr-i in the d.'sotn'tie rani-1.; \\'etekmm'wier1e "peaking of I the action of the Xorthcm dem' crat-<. i j Filliiiorc e r sumac other nian committed to the Ccmro'iiLtr haulers would gat cp an elect*>raj tieket t,* LLn-

I said iu the Senate : poutlemau of the opposition w ho rni.be l deputcilto was not nominated but They know the whig tiiassra arc oppagj to Lid
any a it with orro\v and regret-but werc-i Thus we have i.ui that the Democratic partv. in I ; the effort;'iiiled.- ),and

>. "They (the Northern people) read, too, meet him. c l peat' that these fi tee toilt> do nut and never have COB- and out of Congre-*, have taken uneqnivtkal grouiJag.iiitft This was a blow cvi.lently aimed at Scott, and here would rather vote lor a sound de-mete-rat, but it will

5* in the Constitution that fugitives held to service - was the All not suit their gre e Iy parjx.a to stand kite
j" Mozart trolled the ilu.1 { further agitation of the slavery questivn. nnd "tugof war. were for Filhnorc, but vb2t .
4 : Society. ( jiarlv- they ore mere cxoret IKV',
, by the laws of one./State, chcaping into tLetiuvhcs the linal all were not willing to they would not much 'uat stake. They will try! tin tattle Lit ermis'
jplantel vuinprouiue. ay support
The weekly mccliiig-i "f the Tallahassee Mozart mere hungers on, tlio have b'(n repudiatet&! cii- upon iu a
; another are to bo delivered tip to the jurisdiction I Scott. Oov. lro\ui! .
tettlcHientWe was one who said he would
of eoiJldiiK-e tin.c and support
Society have bn discontinued uutil the dose worthy of igain.: Weuc di
from .liencetliey fled, not to bo en-I I him if nomiaate-d! and he Such were the indications of tbe meeting Wd L
., laved il are nvv"a la tli I M'arni weather. PuMic notice will be ghcti when the hardly refer l they rinA < 1 Lit week. There w is talk
from the Ikn-t-'n l'ijt.Ve commend tire f I to nay Mich a man would get but few Southern p mipous enough alxmt
1 its tots
Society resuim-s practie-e. or to the cud.niIebt lie iu'lSlSJ vn {
but have their P'irty I
\ phrase of the times ; to lights gave t'le Union and Fillnire and
.. adjudicated by the laws of the State where to the Siouii'l I anti conservative view cnteitaint-d ly ,J.1Gen. herein to the can'H.I and honest eonside-ratiouof votes lie opposed every thing sau'ring of mat ructions being overran!>?
Baltimore Convention. the Seward cf
to the stripe politicians, Lut at Lit itwa
2' the service is claimed. All reflecting I C.T.-S on the Provi-y, T to iU actMii since >n the : tioutlieni vvLigs : [ Delegate, and dcelared if a delegate *
men Owing to the failure of the inaiN without t tI deemed better
vc nrc mefi-ly to what sort e/f
'Lmi-elf he would say man
I sectional And if Time fugitive slave law N a democratic = not hawjtcrcJ by instructions.- they
must see and know that) : it is as much a violation question. nny fmthtr tMinwny mea. ire.
, t the frlifjhtest iuttlligdioe from the Haltimore Ct'nven- I It i< nut only Mipported by the democratic of Tin Governor's \\eynldsupport. rather tkum couple with it a dtkratifl
of the letter and spirit of the CoiutltuJ' J ;. were nt eded to show the utter wr.iit of sympathy betwetn party position b.fsrc the meeting, we have
; 1 tion, \\hiih nut on Tuei-d.iy l.i t.VLcn \\e get the tu! I PIMM to carry out in {TIKK! faith a solemn: v 'iii- I heard, spoken f clean back that they mutd nut support another svrt e>f man, in,
lion in the of God and in the I Iof the great nisjority of the imd the frce-l 1 > a* a out from the ground
sight judgment party
ia time eoiistitution the)
exercise '
: by
P pnK-eeiiiu! we r-lnll: issue MJ extra, and stud it to pact pow er \\ hirh': 1 he- took his letter however,happen* to be most prjraiaent h their rank*.
I: men, to harbor and secrete u fugitive from j' Miil re, it i is found in the position of our leading stntrsj j 1 ha* been pronouiii-i-il to Ixj con-titutioiml by the SuI in to Judge Davis, published by u*
each of the Post Offices where our jtapcr ciiculates.Blackwood's i Li Xov ember last. Plenty room w left fur S-ott to lie eluwii vn. B t--
ti the laws of a State which held him to ser ico, j jus men, every oneof wlmmis in favor of the fugitive, I preme t'mirt, :m-l by every department e>f our C'-V- We quote the concluding pj-ra-
e-mcie-iit for u< arly mtv }eir; but it was jKieil bv.il'tmrrittic graph e.f that letter, to show how incon-iitent ter do that, thought our whig frti'ii'js, than sp&jk out
ttis. to shelter and protect a fugitive from justice Magazine. l law. as it s-tsJid*, imd the netijn of the p.nty in Con" I some
rot1*. t/tr'e too and then have
enily !
northernvl.i"f swallow! the
to words
and that the one is no less questionable: From Leonard Soott tt Co. 7V Gold fctre<'t, X. Y. grtss and State C .miveitiotN-and this is the proof fir i representatives: fur thi-. law, but trrrnfirit d<-niKrats int-n can become, e>j>ccially when the gutter of the wards.strong But there he tftcr-

ii in expediency or llagrant iti morals than the we have revived the May number of this popular and which wc -bahi U'ldiif-e to inak > go'I our remark that 4 votvd iu.un.t it in company with fifty-ci4mt Vice Presidency dazzles their vi-ion : was stronger indk-atkmtn sustaJum-

;; other." valuable Magazine, which prc euts us with the follow-'o far as the dtiioci.tic party !i. u..crimeil 1, it h > done i ii,rtju"ni viii"rsau.IfrecM I !lfr' Every southern mom- "Un.ler all the circumstances. I think a National our belief that GoV. Brown eanie e/ut with the ledge

w written in 1 table tifoiuttnls l>cr if tlw IIoit-H3, toted for the till, whether he W.TPi Uni Hi Convention, elL-n-garding eild party lines, would! of his adhesion t> a Scott noniinati; aixlvrLita
'Theseprovisions are clearly our log : already all that: it can do t-j make the oniproinue a
: whig or a democrat, as it wa- a bill to eeure outhcm l be the ceain-e of wisdom ; but if that cannot be ejfelte1 m>r >, be proclaimed! his elisapprobation i>f(lie eimrwof
; fundamental law and he who violates them Gold its Natural and Civil Life Niebultr I
tj I Histery; ; f Cn.d settlement ri ht->. Tim only vote asj-ain-t it were fiftv-ei..lit there ought to l be a NationalVliig Conveiition.
the Southern
or either of them, under Uie shallow justifyIn Thomas Moore; Sly Novel, or Varieties uf Lngli Kir-t, we will take the vote fnMr.J.vlmn's' rcf-"lu- whLft and free oiler, and fe-vcntcen northe-ru elvmev j i and! all the Southern ytates [i-hould send! delegates! to higs from the eacnnid

I cation that they are of moral force, violates'i i ]Life, part 21et; Oar I/mdcn ComnuWioucrX 2; The J kin, fur that we convene rirni-hes the be-l tet, inis craS-in all seventy-five ; and the only northern v' .'eI'I i it ; but und-r inx'ntctivi* ti require tfTe'; ailrtpdon nf i Washington and opposed the re-solntiii aji[>rnvu

. [f? tho primary duties of citizenship, and commits i'I' y th ctrncnti' th'it n<> cnnelidvte, f>r that course Now, when the very Lend 'iLig ut f all

.1 i treason against his Government." 'whig: viz : llhi.t. ef IJoston ; Taylor, ut> Ohio ; in1 ; either the Preaidcnry or'KC PreMdency, should be takes such a stand, U it not likely that i ii will ex.-it
CoufcJeraf-y. slave law-all tins other inrasiircs 1 ing final and | MeGaiigliey. of Indiana. The 100 votes Li favor of 11 I pvt in nomination who had not made, or would not influence ba
1 On the 26th of time final some ujwm party I the ( overo
August, 1850, on !llije\iT bcdl-turbed, the South IK't lut\ingtieiK! >wJ the bill were composed of t make, nn csjilicit eleclanition of hi? approval and si\t-\
I of the slave bill which Religious Intelligence.We of tit w ill carry hw p-irty witULLii CtLaot1)edu'ibtot-
fugitive is
leading er to doS''> eienif ilipse1, and the North having s2 passed and is now a law, I said : The act of wnJerstaud that lui cxteaniHe liji'; >u8 llcvival j jliai MJUthern vvhiir?, t the Fugitive Slave law : and iris di-iitpproaLuf any Other leaders wilt In-'gin to see he was right ao.I tier

., 1793, providing for the restoration of fugitive bi-e-n rocc-utly lir.mglit to a flooe in Quinoy, uuder j giim-d all the wantctl in th<'m. We will btate ight :C noitheru repeal e r modinVatkiii of it. (And without sueh cxpli mistaken, and all will be fuuud hurraing fur the brste

. slaves under the Constitution would in UK- care ero.
my j the North L 82 md from th .South f.O-1 12 in i.I-: K-9 to the humiliation <>f the caiulMites, TI> ITULKA\\
have answered of the Tallahassee District, usslste! l liv the Hcvs. Win. I We are aware that the Governor is spoken eC'rtt!i
the forhich
judgment, purpose 1/ and that the the olulion It a entire folly! in any democrat then, to .: that i cmi any partte-ijnitioa in the coiiventioit."
on ferrul
, ; it if (Choice, (LV.. Fasjsf and J. P. Hie-hardson. Duiiiig | rxtesageof !li1 Vice Presidency, and how far this liberalize lntJeratioo
it had
\\ was designed, been fairlyconstrued e-f thtoe iiif! this i- ii-.t :i ucmoe-ratie incisurev 'Hie ryctird -i eaksf The (lovernor'a course in the meeting last S.itor- may >
and faithfully executed ; and al- the pnyifSJ >f the meeting some sty perwite were hiding the Speaktr, were pr *eut and >r it-ilt llic vote* are there. Tliey cmiM-t *>f et >ry j and! the refusal of Reward's pet. we cannot say ; but it muss
day eif the
. though we may obviate some defects which I added to the Church, embracing quite a number theUtIc1t votiiig, S4 being uljM-tit Win the tote was take-n! Mitithcni tote-5t si'uItluera denioerats :uid t 21 wln I! meeting occur to some that Le has placed LLDS . fcLtr.: Ti-nvE out of the 103 present voted for the and 23 iiorthTn ilcmocrat*, and iMily 5 northern tt his Delegate5, shows most conclusively wluit reliance the
has detected '-l ? of 1)4,11 iscxs in Jlr. Stewarts exec llcnt Aciid- rcsolutioti j
experience and add to its force of the following hot from Mr. dlU
j :
II Hie votes against tlu law 58 whi ainl free .ilr people! are to the loud
and thii ty-threc agaii 't it showing that mire s *' place uj) >on professions the
.Aw'iit) foundJ a isajoiity -
. jp by prescribing penalties for resisting its many. i uny. fifty persons profet-s t> of the { <*, and only s>ifnlern democrats. Ol* what u.>c is it,. VN'Ligs of llorida make about the CompromIse.litretuf.'re **A few Southern whig politician, tivkwg e>nlj t/>
: dates, yet as the whole difficulty rested in a !. }IH.Lee. The meeting closed Wednesday evening j party Itfice" afiinncd etriipromLti.tiaJityn : then, to deny tltJ! ponibihty of the deniofraticl expediency e>r availability, or it ninr 1 be t<> Umfil ta fc>
hLt i Congrot-x" 15utlh.itot toast not bo disu-i--1'1 for thi-. from the highest Whig in the State down accrue to theinselv fn. m the election Some i.ftw
. |f neglect to comply with! a plain provision of l M j measure J Xe>ne whattter. It i* n I
t [ j to the low t, they lave denounced Democrats whig, willing to sacrifice Mr. Fillmore for cssidi-
thus because demtx-ratie' aid for are
the Conbtitution the \ britfly, it j jrotes that a majority of th \\l\l be
remedy sooner C3: Tlie ALign Grant ete, \\hi) < h has been on Northern ilcimx-rut in favor of the law I country that it ,iiall bj i ustaui*>il \ -ITH on cei'- It t t their opposition fo the Compronu-e talked loudly date who can get >orc abolition rctet, and enough to

. ; found, if sought, in cultivating a sound state trial in the U. S. District Court ut .SL Augustine, from i stands. Of the 75 are who fugitive asit tul;f>nnl tin-l j. 'rtif :,irvnmh whlrh dull fccure* the I and Muitcrtd mightily about Finality,and all that, but elect luTa."
voted for Jackson's Iu-
i of public feeling and constitutional obligation the K'th' to the 21th of May, has been d.x-idol in favor rei > 1| South from itutiou nnd anwiyan.v The wlnlv j here find them It U needless to add that M r. C. very properly elenounca -
Lion, JJ5 were dcmoe-ruts from the North and of w* tucking tail and running to IJaltimorewithout -
f the
: 1 among the people of the free States, &c. of the UuiUil States. The ehumauts under the ;South should und<-r tand that tlie"i ui.irtl.ern diimvrats sneh. But he should not tirmt that people
Jf i Entering into a theft 33 w ho otcd in the negative, "- Were- from the X rib 'fontinuu firm in the fiiith tIC the dciu*vraoy iijf oi nnj I even so much as iii.tructiuig their Delegates j jwlio

, several States of the common Union compact' grai.t, except to the verdict, and carry up the appeal fchov\ing that of the Koitheni dcnioeTiiU present and j I ly set forth ftt llaltimorc ill IS 14 r.nd IS-IS ; that th-y. to make lliulity u tint yua HUH to their action run after shadona do many otter svige

e. nanted with each other, to restore solemnly fugitives cove to the Supreme Court of the fnited States.C3John voting a majority of thii teen were in f.ivor of earn lug .pout act not only to Ix-hcte them. th The' prineiples w hole South j-e-t f-'rth should, but undtrta'id mean to I with! the Seward*, J&uhn.tons.|Vii itutei! > Winthrops and tLingi _ _
. ; from justice and from service, and these pro- CL Julian E'q.j Irtving: Ixt-n unable t/> attend the compromises of the Constitution and restoring ri{ j that thorc. Kno rcluuiceto bo put on the northe-ru the other anti comj>romi- Whigs who will be ia the The Northern WhigsMr. -

'1 visions arc too plainly written in the Coiieti- the Baltimore Cvnventi'ii it s u delegate from the j I j'ti th South her pnprty.. Of) the 31 absentees, 25; :j''tvlii;. s,'who hate acted, and who tvi'l and mu-t att, ascendant in that >latighte'r-houae !r* To Lit a pitiful Cliogman of North Carolina in lila letter tc tie

I ;i tulion, to mistaken disregarded with inij West, iluj. WJlam I IL CJuse t>f Pensacola wa5, by were from the North and' 9 from the South. Had the- !j'al with the free niiler A XORTIIFKN Wiin: i is nothi-n; ci>iM-li! :>i'in La' the- thing come at last How well K'ptkHf draws the following truthful ple-ture e-f the

r punity." public meeting, (substituted la his F teaL >-. nt X >ithorn democrats been present, the I7i.hu' j J ,more nor l ii'sm' than a free soiltr in di-gui-p, nfrti'lf.1uiy' I1 doe-s! the- sliver his Excellency! ehrected at the Domocratrf whig party r-f the Xcrtbern States, and ff their members -
i ) to nvotv < sentiments, for fear of losing soirtls-
I r After citing each branch of the article, I HIV* 14 of the 25 would l have voted fir the re-s.'oh.ti"i c ni vote* in national jmhtics. Though all the (e.Iif)' ': in tlie letter from which the above extract H iu Congress. It a due 80 the people of the South

. ;i add-" In both cases the fugitive is to be 'de- Important Letters. and 11 against it-thus show h: imtt out of all tire I and measures of the rtlierii whigs eti-r have btuinnd taken, apply to the Whigs e.f Florida-' Notwithstanding that they SIM-iiiJ Lave every chance te we a correct

. { ; livered up,' summarily upon projier evidence,, The Jii'-hmoud Jjnyuircr; of the 2th ulL, contains Xoitl.cni iktii'.ratm iu the 11-niv, a cl< nr innjcrity t''f r ever will lie ctivnnl, nail though the north) rn I their boasted abhorrence of free-wili-tin, they delineation ef tM* party from i-ne soi' ell qualified to

I nitd in neither case, nor in one more that tlie letters from Mtcsrs. C.iss, Bischauan, Douglc. Dickin- HiTtE.v is in favor uf the fugitive law, and oppobcd to whig juirty hus kept liody and soul together only 1yITS have Ji- vvn. in the whole history of their party, that: give it a* Mr. Cliigioun, the leading Whig I epreseDtativc -
it wNhes
; $ other, is he to be put upon trial in the State: bon, iLirey, Iloubton, Stockton, Lane, Dollar, Hu-k, its modification or repeal. |j KRKK: But s-oii.lie-never j-riaciji/f it comes yet to toting toaprnwr, what is nutional. tic! whenever it becomes necessary to insure political MIC- from Xorth Carolina:

: to which he has lied, nor can Congress do Wool, King and lloyd on the subject of the compromise What can )be more conelwirc than thw showing1 I f re'ult I Wluit w-an the result on the fugitive >la TIS ces.;, Iuyuiec never been very scrujmlvu about tlie"We The fact c.innot be' denied that within the last LajfJL !

'; more than to provide that he shall be 'deliver. and the fugitive blave law, in reply to a letter When winpared with the votes of the party with'!: | Jaw Only thret of ihusu ncrthcrn whiijs refn.'.nl ti I Ineizits dozen years a large portion of th* so-ealM vbif4jwirty

1 ed The of the addressed to Uiem by R. (J. Scott, Esq, of the whkh i vote with the free si'ilcrs-every man, except tlr.-,, bar.become a SUch Northern sectional anti-dare-
( up. theory compact is, thai i one the Sentinel iifii.'i.sto! ?, ilot-s it not present a I j otwl against executing the made the understand the Governor declared that if Gen. ry pjirty. To show how this was brought about woukr

: the fugitive will be justly dealt with in the Virginia PresidtutLJ Electors. Each of these gentleJ J I! contract oxmnliiigly gratifing) to every democrat ? States in the constitution. compact by Scott was nominated, he would not otily support him, extend time liniiU of tlu* ktUr too mush, and Iceat8,

r jurisdiction to which he is returned. It was I men places himself upon the finality of the compromise But this i is not all we hav e to oflV r to show the truth Which party at the Xortli. then, shall the Soot! but, if not Governor, would stump the State in his I IbehaiL myself with arefcre-nce te a few we'dkir vIii

! usiseuted to in this confiding spirit, and 1 have and declares his determination, should he be of the remark that the eU-mcrnitic ruirty has already look to for peace and tranqnility-the whigs, everyman .cnt facts. In the thirtieth Congress tter,, wbi '
J* learn that the made President to veto till which peeks de- in the last IIou-c except three, voting ogain.-t her of the Ifoti-eef Representatives from ft*'* '
; yet to practice is otherwise. any U dune all that it iloto Time
can make the compromise a final I them time dcniocnuic r.u'ctinj expressed n tle>ire to have CoL! Ward I Ia States regularly voted for the Wilniot **
or which is the
party, mine ru t prom
These opinions have been confirmed by >troy the fugitive dave law, or to impair the obligation settlement" Not only lun a majority of the pirty the North a* nt the South-the sumo iu 1852 a ii cnn
1 .' subsequent experience, and I am prepared,, to restore to the South her property. Nut Lii voted f'r fiuality iu Congris-s, but a majority of r 1841 and 1818 i" for Congress. every acre of the Mexican territory. The

r under all circumstances, whenever where. Thus hare the prominent men in the democratic the States have in UK i ir SUt action aflinned it also, fifteen Staters by their legislative action. adt'ptEd th

; soever my action shall bo required, to resist L party placed themselves again upon the record. There. We quote from the AUicas IJ.inia of The Scales falling offlWe Arrival of Heagher. Proviso, shows how general and rervaeinig ws1 tbki

, t. so to disturb the i is uo dodging-no holding back, after the fashion paper some loam, says the nnyleanian that IIon.Wi Time New York feeling among all parties at the Xorth. Aoi >
attempt ofour
t ally or change pro authority with our neighbor, as ftllowbTlic .__. papers announce the arrival in that t Presidential canvass following: of 1848,the,ect1l '
1 \iiions of the existing law as to reduce it beneath opponents. They speak out plainly, that the Wright, a whig mer.iber of the, 29Ui Congres. from I city of TJiomao F.
]>e<>- '4 democnitaof the non-t\d\\ t-holding States which Meagher, whose escape from Van of the whig party in those States took extreme %
the constitutional standard pIe clearly understand their X w Jersey, mnl sin e the candidate of that party fi'i r Congress
and thus may position. Speaking have, during the last and present declared iu favor Die-man Land was i.oticed in this paper a slier slavery grouud. When.tbeief>re, the thirty'first
i : reader less effectual for securing to the of these letters, the X. Y. Herald Bays in the year, Governor, nttemled the recent democratic dinner iii( while a o. "lie made his about the first of assembled, it was found that all ,of the eititi

jKJojile of the South their conceded rights.- The thanks of the'whole country are due to the author acquiescing Compromise us a settlement L Newark, coiii]>limi-ntary to Rodman 3L Prie, theRepresentative December hint and escape four whig members'fit>ni tbe'Xorth had been, I'th"*

It would clearly bo the duty of the Execu of thin iiiiictcrly and dccwiru movement. It adluiU of the slavery question, are those of MassacluBttt.*,, of the District iu Congress. It is understooJ proceeded indirectly to the coast by their own declaration or l by the resoirti *f tw
: tive, under these circumstances, to resist of no dodging. It i is a diamond cut diamond, mnlScott New York, Cun.uctk-ut, New JIanifishire, Vennont, that Jlr. Wright will hereafter net with th : America, and through the interior to Chagrcs. nominating district conventions, pledged td* put VM"dma;
any ngaiuht tScolt. In tho democrats Xew From Chagrcs he came to Xew York iu sailing proviso on the, territorial govcrnn.tnts anti ')
brinipug to the Jersey, Peumylvania, Indium Illinois a
4 such attempt by interposing hi* veto ; nnd iuirk, the democratic Slumbia. Tboogl) d1(1flt
should it be fortune to bo clotted then gives the rcfolntioo-i I eh.uijri with Iiim. in name, these in !< Tit
:i ever my I : upon the hip. Let the Southern Union whigs put the Mr. M. is about yet gentlemen agreed prineip
j. with such authority, and the occasion should.1t amc qne Uons to GeL Scott, and we tJiall sec what nearly all the States il cnutm i'ates, w hie-h want of We hear of ether changes in difforc-nl -tionsof th- 29 years of age, is very corpulent t, that large section >f the abolition party which soppeted -

t I*. arise, it would roost surely be exercised.If we shall see. space' prevenU us from copy ing. We publit, lv w- country, among which we find the name of Charles 1*. and his exposure to a Sonthcrn1 sun gives him a dark, John P. Hale as a rrtsidenlisU caDdiefat* *
It u now pretty manifest that the democratic ever, the resolution of the swarthy appearance. He states that when he \yhilethey all professed a regard fur the C.os *
can Michigan Convention escaped
. believe the of this ,adopt Mayer, Esq., an able lawyer and h"
you publication hasty didate will take the field prominent w put Lion, and ;disckimiug all to interfere with,
.} j letter, at this time, will advance the interests of the veto to sustain pledged intact the even fugitive U the law.exercie Iftbw ed in September, 1851-and we do Uiis to show the itieiun <>f llaltimore. These couversie, in 'adtautv I his fellow-prisoners, O'Brien and Mitchell, were slavery in the States, yet they purpewe alike asserted not **f }

It of the Democratic party, il is at your serviee do t not bring out Gen Hcott. something better amazing slip in the tftMtincTt memory, when it says : of the nomination for the Presidency, indicate the: in good health. Mrs. Mengher was unable to accomtftny the right but also the duty of Congress to ex t"*

accordingly; otherwise, for reasons hereinbefore than a "haoty plate of soup on that mtical question, 44 Where do we find so much as one Mit>Uuumg com feelitigs of the people toward the present administrations [ him in las flight He ileclinrs to make any slavery -wherever it ludjurisdietion and especially rwtrict *

F i, tttdj f should prefer not to claim for he the will bo must nigwdly defeated. TM! real work of promise finality f Look at Michigan, New York, Ohi and poiut as surely as the needle does to the statement as to the means by which he was enabled I prohibit It it will in the be recollected territoiies. and that nbvlitb in the CvngresaIC&1j it in 4-*

.} myself rn this respect, the consideration of Convention campaign sticK opens to it delightfully., and Seward Let and the hw democratic iucendiary ->, California, and other*." The Michigan resolution pole to the success of.the democratic party in the to effect his escape, as it would probably compromise caucus which assembled at the commencement of Je

the public. allies may be effectually put down for the u'cxt twenty reads thus : coming contest, it matters not who- our opponent*: those who assisted him. session nt the hint Cooercsa''when a discmiun en

1 j 'I 1 bare tbe honor to be, with high regard I, years. 44 ReorrtlThat the recent measures of tho compromise select as their standard bearer. If prominent men in points sprung up oil the :presentation of Mr. TooiDb1'resolution.
&c embracing a settlement of the distracting tp T1e MethodisteneaZ Conference now in that a gentleman from New York, 1&*.
I : oaesiions -
yours, which tbe,opjioang party are now coming over to us, when Brooki declared that ho had lund conference with
j D. S. IwronTAvr 10 HOLHERH: o LAND WAEKAMT& lion. have dutorbed and almOSt interrupted the session in Boston,' re-assembled on Tuesday morning, a
DICKINSON. business of Congress, serious there is no political excitement, thousands will sock to his -'league from the city. (understood: to baUk
Uircutoning Uie
J. li Heath, (mniLwioner of Pensions integ Morris ia the choir.
y ROBERT G. Scorr, Esq. states that, rity of the Union iUelf, were demanded by a fair o. nsideratiuu our ranks,when the buttle begins Bishop Biggs,) and that they had determined Rot to rote It, ,
f- ,t '- here a party die* before the isnc of his land wxrraot,- of, the,Constitutional right of the ,various After the usual prelininary proceedings were gone that session (the first one) for nay proposition to abo"ish

Tho, lion. B.FVUA.LLET, of Boston I' under the act of 28th September, 1850, the right to it members of the confederacy ; that the democracy of The through with, thc Conference, on motion proceeded to slavery m the District of Columbia. NoUitbttindt'*
.;.t has published three letters iu the Boston Post die with him unless Michigan, pandering to Property Question- ing the pressing and urgent nature of the dwcwtsiottoajf
there be a widow, or children no ttint, rejecting all alliances The General the election of Buhops, Editors, tc, with the following
|K which show that the 5fr who w ith sectional factious, hating in view the irrepeala- Conference of the Northern Church, that occasion, no other gentleman frofn the iJ"ort V
Democratic party c arc minors at the time of the of result
passage the art :
ble chums of ascii State b the Union, nod : how sitting in Boston, !has adopted a resolution authorizing made a similar declaration, w hDe many who did ipffl
yielding t
*'} MaieachusetU has, as A party, been alwaysJM If he left a widow, the application may renewed in on\y\a\ the demands of.Uie CoustitutJon, .declare emphatically the election of ,a, Commission of five, who, in Blthoft.-Rev. Dr. L. Scott, of Penn. ; RCT. Dr. asserted UM contrary was a full knowledge 01 tbt! '

opposed to Free Soilism, Abolitionism, & her name; or if none, then in the ua.rneaotaucb minor, that the cnmpromi pleasures stand jut-ti connection with the New YorkiBook shall be M. Simpson, of Cincinnati ; Rev. P.CL Baker, of New state of' thing that induced line shortly afterward t*

> l He, reviews the history oldie party from children. IX there be'neither( widow nor minor children fled in the >ycs'of"every well-wisher of his country, the agent Hampshire; Rev. K R. Ames, of Indiana. declare oo UM floor of th }IoqsthatIeade4: t4
to act the Church
and should bosttotained and empowered is agent* of to carry Northern portion of tba whig a&petherimltteaL,
executed party
the resolutions of its all
| 1S4O-to11quoting no right rests in one. The act of S2d March their-part*u JEJHortr Dr. Thomas E. Bond senior
any I, faithfully, fully and impartially.T ot arbitrate or settle the Church suit with the Church Editor of the nor conservative, buteM1inentIysctiuOaI and ,
conventions,< &c,. What member of thei 1 892, ia uleot u to the right of;ll cr wtdowor diUdren ur FMIs South. This resolution coven the Cincinnati NevjYork Christian Adootaie i d; Journal;. Rer.J.McClintocli iupolicy. \
i. ib north the "hot-bed of there 'DO fiualky'here I Will tie Sentinel'tu- proper- ,: "
aboj j
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Whig party to reoew tile application, U ,the party dies, before obti swirl T ty-aod.indeed al ,the property in dispute between ,P. D, (QtMTterly Aerie,>New York; W. : --
tind Letter-from Mr.iToombs.
ILtioBisbA/ereriook bolda st at Utist
tIulIiE. *;warrant i lftbvlaiipaot dies.after the Uue the tvrp diruooiis of Uw Churck Hoornw, Jforthern Christian Advocate, 4 urn. New

:; *Whit svU'thcir profef sod low,/or the, lluioovxl of the warrant* tfce title thereto Pqd* a .fjie$ b irin Again-Take O\an\ the Staics to'wluVh) Tbp,members of thc ComouMJoo-have notytt' ( beau York ; Rcr'-Vra, Nut, D. D, Christian polofftit, Th* Washington eqrretpuadrot of thCtfrs1Lt

fy s iWbig preu ta. .n mt uo. onq f DA ibe tame taaober M rtd e Utc,'uc| *nb a ip> d the whig organ, refers. Not haviug the resolution oftbe rb6reazdLg, tiemovement; .will:depend Cincinnati;-IX,P. Kidder, D. D, Sunday School books Standard in I poatooipi to kLt letter of Ue S5ta.UlU m'
ziWauebowtI ir L iii
vote.Of) only by tboMT wfco oodd oocvq atact f' land !descended t- hut 6tat Convention Ijefcre :us', w rely upon the ,Tery much,on. UM character of th* geatlaoea tob M.leoUd and paperThe..others wero to ba chosen in UM afternooo say, *- -letter whi.be .
.. 44 JIM homeb
Massachusetts tn their National Convention, from th&aa istor."m aut|;mty ohe/ ( Ohio Stale. 'journal,'tbe leading whig' Mr.f bombs wriUa4 it
; I : .fI .. ti. deuoufeee* in s4re.1 tu the.m.
toefctia bold ataadjifeifr fce'rtid __ '
never not .paperof.the Stale. QueOtli of 1 __
: I ', August, 851, that 'I ITitttonary Secretary.-Rev. J. P. Durbju, D.?P. eeiIy uil iii GeomI h4ave the W% Fe ,
laDgdfcittcetHia itr pe0 k at vMnnbid,?any t..Ldawdrite find Bale in'Wail Street, '' L. O'B. Eriinci ; '
ppersaid- ? / ;. ..- .:,. Biq fomerlyoii; Urn eHy.ha* 1 -t --L seated th Wimig' Ngtooal b ,eotlo.
tUa flu if jaiimjtw'e. prfceipi of Mj Tprkat$12.&I2 I' The nuuotenance of the compromise at it itand- b en,celected by tb*democracy;of- orth Carolim M 4 0t H 7AT-The bearUs"ngthe .5 1013 1i$ letttth a few dmjmbsbtd.'
-44a limil** 2 ** J Jf I the bet eiifter baf *.' hundred (las tIG.ozglI th Murf)
rev c .; .d ff the watchword of the democratic party Presidential Elector C* tb 8th CongraBupuai: District ; ( __. __ ___ Ohio The success .:. Rhode J & fcvor,th and. -".** $'
f .._ -. -, ----S .: of that ia this propdNtiou ,
1' .r., -1..d ,', ,(, m,; p. ;, gtre the 4n3orWM Dt to party this measure Statf'XVM|bUall tuonhltbrr / Frwa what, we know of JfrvE,.we,ha*. no,he Utionin ; wuIoqkr for payment of, forty thwaand -of the patter .oppo.4t4e ,

PricH Uv niei stiffesedof Uto, ootwiUisUadiag the aacteed oily by* plCrity1votitgtft&totc: r. vying thai the ejemocrats of,North,Carolina 1 coujd hiaUouw. bLaen&'foitbe'u zxice &
H that has? lib.7 H !, \:ncedeth vpt I p * of th tr ctMd too prectIa bf.sufcs,, ,Th;y not h&r. selected & bttUr ckampwn of. their idnei.pks. aat1overomr and Lieutenant Governor,' 'for 'the 'pastvear. and wveral other leading V'bigp penv lM oppoHth?r

1 money ', no. pur e.,I I P.sr.esectitircs. knWaAthttllEtdeay taat the.nuuittnjujco cf thc,|[ I ,- '-, movement .|- -- -* *-

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arJt tocte oTthe extract: i is taken from of the R
41een: a a sermon v. THCOOOKKCiArr.of > articjes wnfcb
Di JL jrUnentoftheTollo ,
BT HAKT *. irrLT._ > 'flii'TriMgvetne'ftiaa > uig: w
!': ha'i Jd New Orleans, on Wanhip, wLJch we find in I am watching bV tay,_ darling. or'GaitrKJuice; 'mpwwl-finMn'f bTtntitribrrWr, to'eidtaoT -atyi l s lit ?orfle cl'r-4-

some iitrodix1.'ry renaxI.1flcay the Fiea'siwr: Singing soft aod coring low; ? net, or the FpqrtfejStopich oC the Ox. .after direotkns t Jew price* as can be hadlali "ly> : ( 3

The And foot ?- of Baron!*& the Physiological Chem- Bacon Sid?*, i Biff Honunony,
1urImt mail Lx< the Uw gnat
*4 'rMpce ly Ironght us melanoboly: intelli- my upon rocker, a to 'L *azranted W
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Balk avyBX.Shonider .
ut J.S. This is Port.
Hoogntoo/M. .
tt Sxlitiwn readers f gene thattlx- Hon. Henry ClaY ''is about to sink into Sways the eradfe to aod fro. by DFLOadelplua. made. jf 2. 19
the rave.'< 'Ilie last winter of Iris residence here,In tbe Here his little head U'ciisliioopd, truly a wonderful rem dy Indigestion, Dyspepsia, ,. 1PlaW' South Carolina Rwr;, ,,. or DO- charge--- -yl5A- -
fimily of" Dr. Merrcr.la a private inl rxicw, I had the On the pillow soft and deep, JaunditK, Later CompUfot,Constipation and Debility, Sugar-Cured Unit*, Fresh Corn Meal,1: ; r -I ta
CoffeE hi small mat i BUT'for Partition:
: p'-eawreW Iit.t tiihg to iiih-setitiinenU on the ino t interesting And Til rock the cradle gently, curing after nature' own method, by nature's own do"y. Java ,
the Gastric Juice. containing scientific O. Brcmn Sugar by th sack, j xctitr coirrii cuCEr-;
) rL Th&tlMe.Cell. ; of all BubjoeU. rclisnon. He said, 1 While I'm singing him to sleep. agent, Pamplikts.
Fihe 4Yew fVUCYC Rico da da Rio .- t- ] # 4 *** '* '
evidence of iu value furaUIn Porto /
truth by agents gratis. -
10 ue of Christianity: tliougti I am not certain of Mordecai MVCTJ, .
Scud on Slavery. Now l See notice among advertisements. Clarified daStewart's White Whine and Cider |
having that of
experienced elinnge heart m hich diviue* .i ylflZ..L&L; m
o'er the
Shutting tender
,,:,.,letter from fieu.2tvtt, though -writ eall the new birtli. But 1 trust ia God and Jeswi,and Veil their blue aud eyes. 4. Clarified Sugar; Vinegar, William UorrlanJ Wright, .Tba Merchant* Bank of,
1 b Las Ctfl revival by thPresi- hop f>r immortality. I )have not for years retired at As the sparkling violets beauty" Glass, Oils, White Lead, &c. Loaf dai Cooking Oil Wine, New York, Thomas W. Brodwcbrough. Arthur S.;
As Gen-booU arvv now on lie?. Crushed da Lamp ,
t liuciIfl6 11 (gre.band thaT letter- tu \\iihout prater ft-rtlie blessing of Heaven* and Tlirough the eriuison lips Uw "I A A BOXES Wudow Glas-H, ass< rted tize*, i 'I Granulated do. Lard Brockenbrough, Ellen A.Brock alrqugh, TlwOMf.

1" t1ir b"looked aud rr-prbited) -wn thnriMai' tout, iu His infinite iut'rcvbe would be pleased tonreJBIIC Comes with murmur soft and breathing mild, AW 100 kegs Wiutelxiad, pure,extra A No. 1, Powdered 'dd waet \ and farr Etiabetk Broek nbroughi Lucy B.

ri! jj fcttri* are up I ito fortbo joysofaiuoUier and Utter Wf, 1,11 have Anil -ase* my cradle carol, 3 barrels UuseedOiT', ., Leaf Lard by the keg Worcester Sauce and Maxwell Ehiziiljetl* V.MaxweUSswMaxweU,; !
4 riiil the W(1ld,and foui.: I it*ernjti'iess.. It.enhl it fill and While I watch the child 6 4' Lard Oit ** the barrel; ether. tninora ft a/, Defendant ",.-j[ "' i
WAt4f1'G-O Feb. 0. IR43.cfvI sat ify I hcbuiuao mind.31y dear tir,IK.W ntU-rly distim- sleeping 20 packages Fireproof Paint, (bbk and i bbls.) Molasses by by the da Durham Mustard, e WHEREAS, ilordecmi Mj m U. d his Lfll for .

have been waiting for anD *or .h..nld\rp lie-Mthr.nl !">nif'tlih better beyond th*> Ou his bread his liands are folded, 2 barrcU Rectified Whale Oil, the half do. tc.* of the property m to* city of Apalachzicola -

,. ?r ur letter IK fore.ni*, Jin-i ailer w gruvc.:' I i'JiueUve jKCU the. arid powerful, great innius an-l And a sweet seraphieU-auty, in ban els antI p. of Lots &; 16 0 1 Loti 5 16,02 !'
-b1e jflV. sm nt lirt vWypd W iqifch' achievenvnt, v.-h-.w Spirits Turpeutkic at retail A gen Cacdlcs iii whole and bal Soda Biscuits, eonnstmg ; ;
theh..- le iirtti"n bitj id'.lized! Lingers o\-r his infant laee. eral a-s.-ortme.nt Colors and
%fj4414 patVUa.* faiily for nearly half a Brushes, other Painters boxes. Pie Nic Crackers, i
(! 'nT bcen'uoniedin collision withllieiL.rtft'w eou'ury-'.v Lo.-o name had Cv-sJed iierors ocruiis and And a bright ainl radiant halo, material*. LEWIS t AMES. Starch in 1 Ib. Water Block 31 ; part of Wharf LoU 20. 27, 13, 14,and six. -

; United States ,lis,n-it, I ciri insstirerrwe rc.tehed UK* itiuo. lnjunJaii vltLu civilizwl w.rMwhi I< his soft and golden Lair, June 5,1852. 22' tfOLD the box papers, Gutter and a quarter acre* of,land near tk* atyOfAi alocbicoLi -

of nfl taeiwt fleiitP1r iiud ien-J, 1-eai Lv solemnly awi-res UH that all tem>tid: jjl.-iii-s to Clustered' round the blue-veined temples, Chocolate\ by, C"rn Starch. Pilot and Navy Bread. in the County of Frankh'o : And whwea, ;

Trf ri>nuivau ol H'0' andceit.-iiuly Khali Vim appealed lev than notl.iuj: in c-.iupuri.n vih: a And the fjrehead pearly fair. Wines, Syrups, &c. IleiJ-ic Champaigtie! Porter and Ale by the doz. Tliomas tT.BfoAenorong,ArtntrfSjBfoclcenbrbugf,

?';mtte fi"ld "" Ujflt ''''a1': 4.tThC ""IOfiS ))414N'd' ho)*; iu (Ilie mercy vvhieh) Jesus C'litist hi:. rev eaheek N w a joyous smile is bright'ning, Poi, Cbret, Santaiue ** Cider by the doz., Thomax W. and Mary ESaabeth Frockenbtu gh, '.In- I

lhtI, biii: it I low tad and mournful i id the cotidilii of Une who DimpUl dieek. and h'p, anj brow- ; Old 1't.rt Jtiiee, Brandy of the some, Old Whiskey, fonts! residing m the State of VitginL-t; Liigr .Max- f

rte; iu no unr rpct ti bdng tmiS1A1.:1 have tX'Cud to worbhij> They drag a h<>uvy and Oh the holvangeU whl-jier Sherry, Sparkling CiJcr, MtJtzriiVine, Old Rye welt Elizabeth V. Maxwell,, and Simeon Maxwell
: t4 deeliu'troubling! you or othei s jjalliu cliaia-..leliaiu (hat) becviiK-s Iklt'rorue! and To my h'dle. Arthur now 1i.nd'i Porter, {Scotch Ale, Sherry I Rectified u infant, reside in Leon County.Florida; and EBea A.

** enable opm>"H'> on gieat priuciplee of Mate opjwes iveevexy inoniHJt. n- friends and companions Wh-i VIIOWA all the sweet wild Ciucics, Brandy l'eaeki, Biandy Clicrries, Superfine Flour, I Manin.ii and Picalilli. Brockenbroiigh, widow of WiUiam'IL Brockenbrough' ,
"jl1- frderal nlnit'jUtrafii-n ; but as 1 cannot of ( :u1y! ears are irM. 'lucy| 4LI1 exjM-f-t nothing All tb<' visions undefiled, Iia-pberry: !i jrup, Sardine', Family M 'Flavoring Extracts,
e41; oftlio partiality I1.a few fiiculs, iu fuither from earth. Aulteti lay, a freeriuw ,lamp.fettles AU the angels whispers granted SirawUj-ry; Fresh I>ib
cltlieUuion, whmay.. by jxK-ilflity, upon t.U-ir t-pirit.s. In Ukin a rrtro!>pectthry} To a little dreaming ehihLJmic'cing 1.eLiL.'II ShaJ, JAMES B. (lAM tILE. pear Iwfore this Court 'in ADaIachtcota-anJ answer I
'J.,1e; et. >nnrie U 1g; C.L1Ji.1&lP j, 4) lfl Jo ttI, Jth I onleily, eordajit' HMM-mblnjei f Ilihi Milike vain and w niy by hi* eraplc Eig'ieh .lutar 1, next, or that time same shall be taken as confessed i

i 1 v1tI1kisi: ?jiu] ouxW, rather j 411 V .1 j r .>i is- a 1111105 of mei lubbMi-the rubbiehf) \ mi eager,carntf t prayer, G;aura .felly[ l'ruac'rved Qui.ie.a, Groceries &c. against them. .

e 'ikD Jtl low uny t4i anger iiuwiuiiigl y to vile '-ares. vi i ary iivj an I ttti-a1if) ingtritles. Tlie i.r<>-- In mypIi it'n depth U sw elliug, Currant do. Tuurhcsi, 4nditi/uri.r Ordered That tliU! notice b publisLed -
lief.re tl.etn d.uk tlie Fur tlit little rh.-ej.er Uiere. Oelitine, Tamarinds Y Schemers Pottos and L. F. Ro-jcrj from New week for two months in the Floridian t $
111sdtt' U' upp iU peels at* : u |i>n.U lo M hieh l hoy Sparkling B once a ; -
; 1)QflhIi "P ""-' 1"'<' iIi *wK in i''Tiruit I iViug i f.u a numlerJ) Jttttl uall.. I do not feel Mi| Cti r t'> iiiiy of inv fellow-tin- For the Holy Spirit's yvt.r, Vca-t Pinvtlcr*, iVklei: 10 <:.isk* Bnemi Side and Shoulder Citv of Washington,and the New York lleraU of tLo k

Cn iv-s, and the eountiy.f'ni net*. I tvtunotuUer fiiet, the pulpit( tliclin: ua: f 'p1.>| For the !Sav i i-eu-'s c .n t.iiit preMiice.In PH.rn Stareli, S.ibd Oil, 5 tierce Sugur-cured Hanu, City of Ne -'York. p .

4 j.thit; toll itrt l1s. Pr.t 1w2bIu wins I.a' u- M.MT.I. 'lIt4-niit, tlcuuueiitt: >tir i( j11'HIL llut all >w ten 'tat it'I.i fearful IHUT.ljoing Olive*, CaIieiii, 2 Bugged April 17, 1852: GEORGE S. HAWKISS. -

"!U Ib t-ul'j/tt- I pvtou llm] lucis.ifbw pet' 1._. ;il ii thir- t1s se tha. i.rrjiv.' a iiy nicla', eare i- nil jin/oiid him- WorcesterJiirc Sauce, 0 'en a.LEV1S. 75 birrcla" Superfine Flour, Judge of the Western Circuit of florida.lccrtiythattlieaboveisacunectcopyofthevr. >

./ \ i"J'\J'JJ\ poatu Ji-tjii!, il'tJme:; ul- hi'ly fp} ut cif one' who Las iiwthin) ;. to WuU-hful eale l 2 t Jii ai't:.k'I ere low reIn i>iMiip but Uio frail and 'orrupil things cf outh '. And the child ful.led over JuueS, 1S.V2. 2-2 tf S Leaf u der made ia this cac e. j .
;. ,Ml be I.H.IW N 1 I.IMS and] eJinijs.! to i< eiiiiub'iji: :&r'.i'nJ J Ily afTcetion's len-ler arm 12 kegs SAMUEL. SPENCEP Clerk. t

I L: ('PiI4P. in Hiii. Tin i is IK. 'nit wait] pr.;p -!! wIifehi! he < :i lui.ui : Uiit t'.ie )heavenly: luvti.s i loiter; Garden Seeds. 5 barrels- Moli'5e a w. JOHNSON, p. a i*
ati1l %f i"1 l% I bc't'87fles <'!-j.-( l ITt \\-iJecireuinfereiH-eoflcK! : thought AuJ the b!< -Mngof all 'Jlree- A Tb a, Flat Turnip, Cal.bi., r.*t ; jw Mr J-Jfci w fI thy .nis h.yiit's Lne ,. RUT 3 Dig Hommony, May 22. 1852. 20 IG< -- - >
1 ;ii tb i tic! u : ylut.i to vLith! Le can F.ilhtr, -'n. anl lluly Spirit, LEWIS A AMIS. Whit.Eraus
nrr 2!
\ir- 1 :.l i u kvz leUwihin.S4.lf in trouble, iisj ler -l.iur.s dUli t Southern Pre", Washington, anti Herald, '
tii N1 ii 't $ y > ur ; Ou mv, little euin I IH; June 5, 1S.VJ. 22 tf
lis li In qMft.fl( ; ( fl B1'1.iiCs! 1\.bl. Jli-is I a l Ii>nvti lenron a blv.ik; andaufiil wt-te, cx -. -- 2 htg..1ea413- Bnnvn Sugar, New Yrk, will copy for two tnontli&I and forward ;
App.-'I 'f1i : ni.jniejit tiukJuu 1 Clarified their bill-*. \\iih a cr cuutaimng the advtrtwement, :'
El l T.H.f ? hiiILL : i' juxuiu: e' < iv t-i z4Jd Ulod fjreriu \- Groceries, &c.I pa j>
.t 4h'P .- the The Japanese Expedition. 10) b.irrelt Rectified Whisker, the Solicitor Columbus Ga. I
fit I1.K' tit. t :I 1' tlu.1VJJ pilf of auni'iilati i >n.Int to at ,
: Ap1sd received Sthomier Venice from New Or- tierees Cjp-hiia Rice.Ju.t .
; Vj'l rtJ eirrdy: aii 1l.m.;'.t u thvn iou,e <'Iifld'1 Ivt-rt !t'. the h ln.bJt of r'hii.'iii' An Knglisli newspaper has t tlie! follow ivj I IUST JXT 2 I
.i1tP. -' received and! fur a'c bv
a ,
; t' ';:7 Ire. Ii woisuji.] If tUiied: I witJi pro-.pui; ile inski> that the American In Japan Thomas Hughes Hines, ,
I 1 '% 4. : > j.u ; comments ou exiedition[ 1:5 hhd! Side, Sho'ilder and! lIam JAMES BGAMBTJLApnl2KlF52. :
I I Tff"4 j \ Hi"if i hail: the h-wrof f t'tt; in tin- J jrc*-j itity in ii C CLr. To the tiuiy J pi-.u J peibou, api which liis excited ;u> undue attention inKnrope 2 MijHTiiT Brt; w n Sugar, Irt Attorney and Counsellor at Law, 4
dtre: ii 1" "ja1tr.f ti -8?. IL..1 H I ve ,.f bte;|,|, TH '"lp >fjld vvalir, ntvi\e.l ax.iuC -
'1111* from the erroneous notion that it was 5 b.irrel-t! Mola' x*, 4TROUPVILLECEOI, I
1. 4rrc t'n 1hip. j J f--Jiu tinliiliuiie (Jiver, (MUnitii.i<.utMjiiie Lij..
u. *; I iir hostile .'.5 S'lpeifine Flour, Spring and Summer Clothing. TT7"ILL practice in the Circuit Courts of Thorr.aLov -, : '
li.iil tliiin .. doisjned: as :i uiitU'itaking : '
y sujs'rt. puieiw ; a't iin ly JHTM>IIj) d.-ii\e. II.HU :Lh!] i Utnbis ,,- d. ,
I l-bctrn .
flWrn Uroi-1 I iy1i4itni: my '].IUK.I h i>f e .rtJu i In tic! teuj: it.it i .ic ji!:,! i* nfl <-t-.<.f Kfi'. What the Kn: liJi! did in China an-1: did 2 ) TUST reivived :i very han'Jtu>riie aortincnt of Ci-h- ,iiJcM, Clinch. U'are; Appling, and Irwin J I

,'?.rPh'-'t| liv u ,1.rtflIi'Y' ul.. r tinConM jtu it villxiv** titticu.i!! t.. lUejilmc ||K. moan, the badly! tin Yankees arc about lo do in Japan, 20 2 l No.Nal 1 .Matkerel Me s Poik, ,- READY: i MADECJTIIIX: (;. nbrjeing ilton Counties arid iii Columbia fJeorKLi,Ctrundca and in Je'tFet-on.in Florida.M dLoa, llaui1JU t
isfiu.-r: 'uiJ pLi' 't'1"' ""tdtl. uuful; : aiid uu\i c'I thy. I Live .iMdi every vari.ty ..f COATS, VESTS and PANTAI.OOXS. -
Jifl" t'n' r1' <:i iwcII < <' a.iid "
111 4 1' ; and tlo well. Principle would contend that: 4 .iti-I In kesIjcuf; Lard, April 2 1,1 2. 16
iriiumfietured feint the
1fr I 1i..1 I ii' p1 i.i; fl in 1 r1t l't I.. ;. the :ay dreams tinbilyht ii ,pi- !) trf? C :,, I II \.liii 1 ( it'.it f -.\ glitlired t in tl ho' f.meied lot in e- 1 f v.-uth, RHIIIMI I tho Japanese: have a right to their own country 2 JJ.i.tl Vinegar, at'iz-t jippr. ed I iniUirLiL, styles fuahionable! ,vorkman- Hats-- of :

B'hf' "i '" ''" J1'1.' Uif'"' "' "J1"! <.t'iiiiM-iiSrtti'] u,*" 1 I lieauty. ] I lne, I In-held lin, ;uhe 1 lid a luau f.in j and to exclude nii'ii of business," it ito 4 J liereei JJice Apples, slip iiiuomrpi-se.1! |; Spring Style.

,-", ni iv W-J. lit j!- 'i- 't4 lini. I JSut my ke sOn-I.ell, Bui tor. lVii-e> l l'w to ut the times. [1AI I INABLE) IIUu hItt ,hi-st fshnn, sitl j
*'r't1 niii! i 4 < tit sk1i byttcpI Isf u.iy.irpa; nl J iiiduiss. to a h..iueleie A.iJl2t.{ 1W Li W.T.MITCUHLL. nil qaditiea BLick and Drab Kossuth Hats.i
qiiiUv v ere \ankecs would IOKI trade
\ to, the a jjoud For 5ah' 1"W fur cash,. :ir.l| the cnh iTilBCIMtV \*.
\ ii5.ii.i; 3 Marvl.vi'd ; (I* Jfii-tiTii< '.1.! ; VII it lights weulUi.: iitc.ltene: ] : j
civilization cabin A: liOWLES At!iieerr.e.'i ,tc.
']<( :it..r.ut'I; 1 ''i .1<' t.i lli'f t5t. US J'l iiii ral and rdigeitI4! i i I lii ( ineit!, ltiAiuijith nsnaleofe.tln which carries as a pissen- | Acclimated Ice. burg. CamLM.u.by] and Straw Hats for men and boy*. .

t? tlic! ilili >u Ulw 11-11 uuy-tvi .uiJ t-124.C in llis icMpii1i: i.'ii on I the b nppidiu: !; m.-c.-eii r, vith tin 'I jer ; and so the Yankees are about to bom-1 ( U02. 2 tf r HAVi: ;in my Ice U-u-e, a lot of BOSTON ICE, to: I heriith a yi neral itortnieut of Curs suited tu '

} 1 t, 1 I. I i treiiKi !l.a las fnisne, with im diMnM ciinay!i iu hit I bard the tea-tray fork of tho Japanese. A WASHINGTON HOTEL _1vli5rh 1 will di-Iivir! to jmrrlia' -rs frmn fi to 8, A.M thesea*' i. Just receIved by W.T. MiTCHELL [

c finijji tli1 iii 1 Uvn<.f vj i':'ii n 1 kit C.'niiva us soil. He had learned through life to voi>hip, niivllh.rt I compromise of the palpable expediency would NEWPORT. : nd to j wr-on-c ill the rotintrv at any hour-prieeb April 21, 1832. 10II.

t !1v ih C..hi i ii luitifix*', !<. t s f..r, anti t lead to as as possible! Is ht'rie in' Un fitte-I and! G. FARRELL'Sl
nnitllifl -
f EJIQH N1Il.t i t. 4I.iint .tii: ht ry i. I tr uninteiriipled d. votkni, and! luul! inn eh hiiuii I rrii tip. \\t>T Ib. i'i small pnrrei!*. Tickets may bu had at tile
; <"-t f:il h1! IV ]k'i; >ii'iN 'h..t I )li'ive; nit f.altil I| : I with tin-) ciIcrZicp <>f ui uj.tr.Jtuii.-flru.-t in (Jod.m only to eilect n ttcaty and a rans.mi, as we ;, __ _I_ eli-red? ci-iif..rtaIe! fi>r tli<> ten pti-Hi of itire of Ihiimas! ENULEArabiamt Liniuient.ld a most t&tranr-
3i1l'rJ ti; i'i, V< I il.iMf ;onUilinii vLiditLef'dii'ViliH that: he ww einbied: ti. dcnl ti his tomb, "likeu did in Cl.ina. But the real ejkpediency will, ln.irder! who ure willing to patrmiizc it.- ILwward.RICHARD IIAYWARD. ilinary medicine, t the t tiulh of t which is placed

; } lliS.. ijtl.iiw'tal4ith ih.s11t'Ut <* > <. who wraps thedrajK-ry .i Ls eoiieh arounl.im, ] doubtless, jiersuado them to abolish the Japanese To Iii\aliJ" tin-re will be cl i-e attexitinn and uir.iiij May llK", 2. 17 tfi beyond di>ubt l>y the Vast sale of the article.aiij I

) lh.flI ti I h.. .i.. 1 r.u4 t hi' ihy I I ie uifaiy and li< h diiwn to pleasant dreami*;" ,ei im.g(in t hatmriimmr conveit il into a Yankee I India to iia->ten reeory.. the ipjn>' cures being laity performed by itwhichprevien.'ly
empire! The table \\i\l\! lm ftmit-hc 1 with! Fiami! 1 all Michthn
4 had resisted alt other tucdicinVtf
.. : ; jI4i 1 k'ti1tIdsIk41: L'Li 4?.cr\vlere $ who ha.< eoinp:< iM death! luid all t>ur <'iir clI- Notice. and (Lc
c u ttii ;:ttJv II I iiiio*. .nd leliu UP tlip.ulial erihg-iae1-: C-f I th.it I and to fend a ("overuor-f'eneral( over :, : < gratify time a; p.'tite, that tin' ninrket atT'r,1.. skill c.t the best physicians in I heorld... It.iacom-
| UJN.U fiom could have done in and lire OMidnnve to lienltli. There U aso* tinluu- Il.VV. roi. ntly reeei',eil the fillwng! articles, of and
iJ land where dwell llt Washington.V posed luljdtns. extracts 4
'wn flit !f, lie) ha\ Lut nov r liiiJll it1 : fpiiit tLc t, the immuculate and gums peculiar l'
rion* plei>nro of tit! Miuend! Spnn : ;and a ciinio i-hii'-b wiLl b s---d! at unusually low prices: Arabia in I
t, Il1tr.4 fr i i j;kl E1 ii I I I ir PltVkt i.'w I the imm< rtaL China what we had previously done in India, -possessimr, a concentratedoim, alt
fiimi !iiil "T.itis to I-iili-'S \\ hn inavih tntnv thin dtiz. Worked Collar.
:It u their "timuUtin ,
{ 'JJli"U. V ttJiout evil 1L.IJJ ihi'lll 111 <'i.Ulf"l1 tt and we shah icpent yet, having forgotten the Anodyne, j-encliatinj:, nncutou* :
pleasure .( a moruhy or txeitinjj i Mo on tl.c I'LnkRoji1 1 Embroidered lfathIkerelIitf and rcvtzhive! propeities, and th yatne which. iitja ;
ii-ni'U' t.t\ rMi' I e th e.f
pur-nit Iiiipbie&s. Gen. Scott and the Whig Convention. China trade i is what
) ood example. Our not tu the >rns. Chemizfttex.SO "
; Sj 2 : ao. were used by the JJuna of Ihe Desert, v\ilb
ii,.,!Il rnettt'4 tji hi 1.i..dilv_ fiIeiih'iiijniiniM$ tt1&in-Ives-ti! nil jirliu ) 1'IIe .iat*.hitut! c. rn sjmtulent th Trfhunf, IntjKiikmg it u1it to be, and, b\-ides, this Chiiu-sc still I There is an cx
e1w1iIIIi: % 4.It g.iit iiiJ uiil uuler UKJ ani <>f the prpects of (kit Scott JEt the \VhiiCouveuti'in eat dog-pie. We have jrot a great Indian and a iliii! viit tMlt in attendance.N. B. GAMBLE. both nun and beast

.. tI FDt ut i.i.I;; 11tfI.i lint 1 ata j jrtiadv'd FI"The :i ,< .- trade, and have neatly abolished uttee.- ( B. Charge :ii,":derate.KZKK1EL.3IAUHV! Pr-i-ru-tor. April 21. 1R5-2._ K;_ Iltadthefulltnringrrmarkable of tfirnitefort runs, tcfiitfi thoulil-
.: i: a'Iii uiort )li: .iti'iu'f in.i-ii'rsunj rlno- I.\%ert iilet.liti'in t him tl'.vrn have Shirts
Ft at l-'O voter The Yankees, when they conquered Ja-j e\vIoIi| June 5, It52. -J2 tf II. C. FARRELL'S AUAIJIAX LINIMENT
eiJZ 1.. ) all riaijs, n<>t iiui on the fust Uillot ; t.tlu-ib put him all the way up j pan, will give us a t-liare of tile Japanese I----- nrp well m.id. allqtiMitie*. of .- white far beyond any similar rtu ti3'f.
kia1 (i)4l.I eeIt1 to liithijratc. biatrV 105; to 17... The Mi-a i L ii TUIAT
ty troiu prevailing : some /jicir-
Peas Peas Peas !
uiiizti trade, jn-l as we gave them! a th.ire of the fuM-y et.1..re! H"imof hih are xt ra tiiuvtn Ahotjt a year and! a hall ajo, a swelling appearfdin
.ei 1 tIL t4r that f the Scott had I
vithlild I
some ( jn-'n "
T I II h& .il 1 it' ( w 't-ttr 411 1'r" i if | th. ir voters e-i hit: he mav rn>t lx tniiiiiatiil 01 theiM'iiis Chine.se trade. And, with trade, ciriliintion OA BUSIUILS choice PL'AS, f>r .il- bvOU : 1 will fit "to a T. dint recei*ed and f'r lie erv" inv wile's stomach, gradually fncrcasing in'size
low I h'y W. T. MITChELL until il became as large a.i fist, and tbs
to sore
S. S. K.VIKIIT.June. !( my
L..nitit. Tinblvcdiii Afii'-ui\vji* fit-m.t I riiI. I hii time mid and the honorable members
4jk'flLtiU ztn ; ye ant.ue c t 1411111er4 II it. t- I will advance ; bear the
could least
I. 1S52.; 22 tfIn April 2t, 1852. K the not pressure upon it, without
Ii i betie',: !iy i.i-i itiiHi.'i.H iu'iglitr>r>i. on thee-'uJ ball; it, c f I)lilegnt> v.In.iLis dtir c- who *' clinch" in Congress, will, donbtle >, giving! her cttreme pain. I got lh<. adticeef

1t. et.avT v. s.1 tt't IIJCKI thin omtiiiout. I lit 10ir ii''iiiiit1i'ri, but wl Ici feel cc ntrained bv the exjneMoii resolution to the ell'ert that suicide COACIISMITHING & BLACKS3IIT1IING our bestck'eteNand I hey differed in or'iniurihiuzt
miU Nw'Ji tit! r.i
tilth t1ii: :; -V Tfrutif. kti'vii in 1 l.irl er.us: lito.oj f.;.r other candidate at lii>t. Siwh is the es>>- I II i 3 immoral, and that, therefore, the police LIIOX CIRCUIT COURT.FieJcrick'R. ) IN GENERAL.L. il,f;the sonieaid Spleen ;it serae.lhal w-a an Ague it wasan Cake or Enlargement Knlargcnenti of

u.'eklMt1t4( 1t 11l.'i.4IflhI.: 11R ( IitPMi1t fl1HUV 1\vith* !>*;legates from Yirgiui.i, KentiMky, l>mi>ruia: have: orders to abolish the custom of Japan Gotten, Ouinplaiuant; f" NTCKEE ONESPECTFULLY i he Ovaries : and others sjiU it was a Tumor of the
441iw; itil iLi' fii>l, made iiMWiii.t \vitli 1 M.ir'saehii'-eU and otluis. But il is doubtful iltJie i1ue1Iimi.A
| some -\h : suicide-and encourage 'a.Jarne Uvatiis, ;>nd could not be cured excrpl by culling it
ieeJeI.jLtj.ll. ittiti, nlxive all!, bruugLt under j.lan. will woik. \\'<: ilo riit hte i.ny way of j>u- I). Tro-lewell, iii his own rijit. and as A-Juiin- c I) inf-rms th citizen of ,,$t. [Iii. this critical situation. I bvas persuaded t t.

ve.tiig: i S i.tt s iMinii.u'.iii <*H the fiibt fullnt i.ud aie tralor of the e--tite Wiliutu Trade ill,iLcea.cJ, ( s-') Leon and ncighboi) ; Counties that he try II. rarrell4 Arabian Linimeiit upon it, and
: I- huw lL:1 it'li h hk. rati mliusalnii uiethat it is worth Good One. \;,* has I'uiclia.-ied etabhihinent lately ownwl
iir: 'nre: : iM' t> vhi'c to jitlr-mpt it. it ///, D'-r.-n'ioiit ,tlrange 35 it may appear; upon the rturd application
sii1 i1! reiyrg..ej: .1 Vit 1niti! : g it .. But iu K'g.ird t'i Ihe si-tii.n of limo Coii\ehti.m, af Some iS'nc siiiro the MethodiM Episconnl apjN-unii'4 to tlie Court, by aKi-Ia\it inide i'l thi by Mr. J. IG;iu'igr'ii Adaui.sstreetncarL.tmnnn,1sCabinet he began lo improve, and his continued petting

,, <. Ji,. ia.rc elir4cteLuut. 1 tcr the ii'.miiiutK'ii: the sly is hot n> cle r. An at- ministers of New Yoik met in Convention IT -*-, tint said: detcn.ltnt.lanie-c: I 1). Trader, re- \V ire-room, and i is prepared to tlo all work better daily, until now she is as well as e vet-enjojinj -

IUlV, It. I.i cnr1irI temj will !1I n.ide, I by the flibustivrs) to bieak (Jwi.Stott's and denounced the fugitive fcliv la was being 1 Miles out of the State of Flori It, fl.TII i'i the State of tf f the iibo*c character in the very best manner, on xcelteiil health.PeoriaMarch5l34'J..
mi I in F'8I(' tmn! Imelc by t-lHiuliUriiig! on to him the CompioiniM South Carolina: reasonable: terms, and with punetimlit\ and dc {iatch.He D. AFCONNELL. -

1 d. ii t ( 11a5 tie! tight Wp I measures. Inle! have f.iith that I the Cmivetiti I opposed to the Sciijrturi'S. This aroused a | ft M n-.l 1... /. That sail Jimc: < 1>. Trade-well do claims r>> undcrsbmb, hibu.>ine..d thoroughly, and t
;w n-dt I, ib t tJic a.1 I I i will have aeti"ti number of of tie: churches who replied tobu lx>ti :iblu and willing to <;ivu sati.-fictioii to all
:&- fltP8II TI 'i >m Mace vi>"Ugi to follow the of one apr .1li I plead, answer or demur to the bill nf eitnij [ Robert Hir.ds, Postma l r.sn\8 : ]
4IterL.r.H(., er ai fn m itiseut, cx'pt oil nrii the Convent'i! of IMS. Weiaul the can hi&tti :I to this ministerial document with pungency, I j p'aint filed herein, within four m<"itht from the itf.cif v hiniv fun,iIi Uiu with \\ork. Particular attcn- CjcnEsio\v.\, PA., Match! U7, 15-13. ,

; fr.niieuti.iiy) j{ vii.i l) < p.iid to One woman has used jour Liniment with pruturce

-WK' of iM.-l'i nnli.ni, a* it niny l>e fit.il t/t Ihe United W1iig] pirtytNorth and South: The party ,I from of the church expositions for bill of complaint uill bu taken for c-jnfciwed :igiinst IIOIU5E SHOEING AND FARRIERY, >" She had Iot t llieu- of her 1 ls 9 for three '

'e; ,fa1L xee. Sec.4 :Iit ] d'-ri. The limit was ov< helmingly trimnpluuit in I 1810, barely one him : in which he has had mudi experience ; zEni 1 persons years, the cords being 'contracted so I hut her.legs"1- t
itk fhilMc.t'I t bt'f'rrfY! Ui.ltftC h.truiTre.1hf. defeated throutdi fn'iid'in 141 u'll the use of Sabbath! schoolj-, as follows : bent aV much while! standing is I
CjIi'J again j n>udlyvielnrioiJi fivellfil. That a ropy' of U-M Order IKJ pnblMiedonee owning annuals who"-e feet IM C been injured by were as natural log
: (Vi-l5nn, jiliil.intlTKj'T ii cr *r miM and in JW We de !re lit* vJiig
HctH' 4I! i.eie'rir.s nijLt to lie rlrprtcah'l I : rhited in the city of TalloliiMoee. iiiCety in the making and adjustment of their Shoes, not 1-end them in the least ; but I by the ue of H. (It

!? all fJII'thii.1 rIi in and linniaufcy. Tlieirper- ;ndeiitof hectii.ital qIIc1] ti ii 4ii and ftx-tii-n- SL Paul. At ClAmbera, May 2t", ISO !. are invited to give hii'i a trial. There is no branch of FarrcU's Arabian J.iniinent she is* now ableto walk 1
I :Uiwmu.it fJ!, lit the' iijjl:1 time, 1e Lee the ni- I 1 nl i >iKx-and the repivfcentutive. alike of the Wliir{ J. WAYLiS BAKER, Judge. the ba-iineH- requiring a more careful or practiced with ea e.nnd has a straight limb. I have found itl I Ia

:gi% tiii->!ave auj tin- nla\efroni 11-e tit.'ter; icr. I 1.1 tbe North and tho! Whigs tf tU- South, And iiiilci-s Who was OnoMinus ? June OJ :; 22: 4ia hand than tlicSIwuiuijof IIi>rs 's, un.l he leg leave must excellent reiie

"Ww th > littler: fltall heave foun-1 out 3>jvi .v- I the jiiirtv; i is lea ly to throw away a vietory anuly! A fclave of Philemon: who, having robbed to assure the! public that it bliall be well done at his every thing vrhicb re cirrs an external remedy _

tit the rtliiti-in between tie parties h.idK"oj I within tfieir gnp, und wilfully e-'imint a ft/ 'u-Jf a c, his master, run away from him. Notice. shi>
uaturally jirejudiciid U th<.worldly intcr- uid thuwn-jt only terminate their ci-t.icc n-i\v, but What became of Oneinitts OX tie first d.iy of the next Term of the Circuit Febrnnrv2SlP32.; 8 The Opinion of an Old. Experienced and Scien '

d.uuu themstlvw lieniifter; they will not leave their been Court in and for the County of Leon, lit-lug the '-4* Tliichiin; ito t.ic pnuiu niR'li tu ,.Aliraliani sonic two old WI U-trhi.d jKt-itioiiii for the} I b gzy ground upon J-'t. Paul found him, and after having 18th thiv t>f (M >ber ni-rt, at Tithlt1rtsee', J, the nnder.icriied (.Vu-k-mithiruj btiMr.es-th- Carriage vv ASAINCTO:*, IOWA, June 2'5, IS49,

'n-iaiy.'urH hud daUfitrc the :idut eif our \vLich an jittx-mj-t vill be made to cutiee them." instrumental in bis conversion, sent him back Aduunittnitnx of the estate Willliui! Making bciii; a* heretofore under exclusive From be speedy and permanent cures, boils on _

'MS. P9 J tl c Israelite*. tlii li.son p** 'j>le ofulrtady (hid, 'ITic cormjxiudcnt of the laltLn! <,rctn' s that to his master, not feeling it lawful to detain \V. Waildel. lately decwi.so'l, intend to make application control and management: of Mr. J. Ij. ( man tnd beast, which jour Arabian Liniment is
r iee rnq e'es, euf1ereh te i nitiu in bt:11 him. to the lloiinnible. J. WajleBAer.. ,Ju'kz of the Ironor.L. T. N. i>eir>rinin I 11!? rt hoitate to pionoiincc it the
: u t:ica iI4V( )aCU 4 41 ,3.r hhe ere.rveti .- if IhtSouUiia fully lepreeeutediuUjcWLi tinivinU'iii, rniid Circuit Court, f>r authority to frell two certain Crejf Remedy of the-A *"." 1 have practiced doctoring
with the few fciouJs llr. \V\Uter aud Mr.Killmnrc The writer challenges these ministers to horEm lor these twenty and have tried
cip'iiciuv-d the! rtKulu'i conami. can huts within the eity of Talblaivef. knoirn tEnet l devicintcd Carolina House Quincy Florida. years
the white iiii.iiirvhiw draw other than the following! conclusions amid iu the North half of the all the varioualiniuienta.eiutments&e.so nocir i .
t4 a* ; I bring up from the North, they can control the nomination any a.' li'ti N 15 Ks
toUl hxIIrte tLc dark rgif'IIs of .\fii- thu defeat from this passage of a book which they County nuartcr, belonging to the estate of the said A4&_ C O1)IOIaI) & STiI{ S C respectfully puffed up in the papers ; but 1 must fc y that H. G.FarreU's .
und Gen. SceitL .__J
li Ii l1iuiMi( iu its intni'-r, it mny \ taught lit their Sabbath Schools: deceased. ;;;; infuroi the public that they Arabian Liniment exceeds any thatI. tttiuutt iene 4.1 J'j'vhJ tiec that the rcalv.>!ik.i Li. M. WADDEL, Admmistratrix. I I have purchased the above Establishment, ue of. By its tine. I have cured Sweeny >i>d'
over tint vast continent vithi The VJifeof Henry Clay.Forney ] That Philemon was a minister. June l.-M. 22 5* and will spare no pains to contribute to Spavin long after they had been pronounced ii.cu- ,

4iilizatI.-1u! i to Ix Jinulh the CJerk of the II ju-e of IleproentaUves, 2. That he was a slaveholder.Jl. the comfort (>f their guest Tlie'r table will be well rable, and I have rured more thin fitly horses this

the. taek min rttred fri'rn Anir-I though he has retired iK.mUie cjtmirpiiji) of the.ylranian I'csiu- : That his slave run nway from him. Quincy Male & Female Academy. supplied wish the liest that can be vn>ciiredand their season with jour Linirnenfembracing e ery thadant

td, .b14.10. ..Hio.'Tlu.'u. thrc hiaari'ar1y! been g: *lil!! f.iniislieM Ihe'pnpor with nn {ntmfting 1. That St. Paid, another minister, found rPIIE next action will begin on MONDAY, June bur Always provided with choke Wiues, Liquors and iliycase, from scratches and biuises up lo Spavin, p. j
ask continn-uice of the Rin< -Rone and I also Lear
Ci Sv\ceny. can
aJaVkUl.j1 but J. 20th. Able and efficient :ir< Tltny respectfully a : testimony
c-cntniien October
nro tvas 7ti! and end
1 J, ?t, lIij vl0 *< r'lvf hketclie entiUcd "til nors at G'ngrei-s," iuw'lica him and returned him to hi master.! in the mral patronage l rctoforc extended to the llou e. of its good e fleet!* on t the human system. I wax confined
Ill. viU ,
uis a employi-d
juui Tcnthero
: fire
Ii :'r.I Lc takes cuunecti l view of things iug.-ut-ral at The effect produced by this communication and the Institution is now in a highly flouru-huisj c >n- C. GOPROLP.G. nearly all laict winter lo my room vrith'Rheuinalini t r :.
dn I examine W. STARNES. and could get nothing (o help me, until I I
li4 au.I oomolrttx-ns .f|I was electric. People began to School i ided with an extetu-i -
ICfl ethit.* \rasLiigt'll. Iu hid hi.4. uuiiibex, he tlius uliudrs to dition. Time prov upI Liniment /rlirelj '
Sv6r, t., Quincy, January! 17, 1852. iJ tf commenced the use of tout which en- -
re-action con.menced of minerals. Board
nil and the valuable cabinet
L(1ee. and cliuriiyon the veueiablu coiibort of the grejit Americiui .Statts- for themselves, I panitns, and a cured me. WAI. H. GRIMES.v '
cihe: fur the cXeflrC ifit11 die ablest theologians in the city taking the infludin" washing, may be obtninciJ at f U> per month.
!MaH an'J ;i1tu.: i these uut suffec nan, who now is &hfing in the Federal City: For respecting board, rate tif tuition WAKULLA HOTEL '
IitLi ai iiiay lead ; and the result is that now the fugitive jwirticubrs Sun Pain of ten f/far* ttandins; tvred by If. G '
a liLbr iii't''. Do you kaow Uat Mrs. Henry Clay Lu never \is- cour e of Ktuduw. Ae., *c, see printed catalogue, t'urielf* Arabian Liniment.
] I mauiier, my dear Mr, that I ite4I< l Wtl'IAi11tUII T Her doiuotic! .Jianiet
tp ar the quiet Khadeo of Anlilaud; und as any other on the statute book.A N. U. STEWART PrincipaL AA ri IIE undersigned baying leased this well- with Ihe" Sun PainTor'lh* last ten sears-,

u* > ''T bU our &uiinaiu coiiutrv, on the qucAraxiRUr *- tliouph her woman's hc.a4 beat high Mhui ihe! saw May 29! 1132._21_tf_ f fU-; --n J- known establishment, respectfully in and could get never get relief except by bleeding ;. t
1JThdb"> ; .., ntid j |,,wt nay tlat I buvc "youug Harry wiLl hi* beaver on," iu the tuidtt of the Lesson in .44rithwik.-'I'enchier-Sii p- Fresh Ice. II'I forma the victim: and traYelling-public that but bv the use of II. (J- Varr.11' Ar.Vtao Lintmenl.

rw J b. diffi-r with me, bow- greatest ever.tsUi.-itliavc made bin uuine iunw's-timiyvt 1 Iore to shoot at a tree with live birds Ice- be luut had it greatly enlarged .and thoroughly re applied over the temples about three! or lonr Units '
r f tlx-ir ))}liinil jv-witidiis. by her the bbAiu! 8 of home and of fire atha were to pose A NOTIIER eargof the real cool l Boston stuff just paired, newly painted and furnished. lie has FuJier- a day, it was entirely removed, and 1 have felt n<.-
p* "* th# Ai'' Nt1 pui'its i v"'j'fek.. I raniwigh'tiow be preferted., Now tiiut tho btolci>uiaa is pasting u- on it, and kill three, how many would there 11.in, which from and after first of June next will, men constantly employed to furnish his table with thing of it iiince. 1aent into ihestabje one nizht*

'Pr-,.fli'itiltte thei liable to way, her presence would doubtleM alleviate bu M
ecmntUy I>.) -nifh them as you I ft-ruigii and prepare Urn fn hl liual reckaiing. But John-Three, sir. by quantity at 2 per cwt, (a htth> lower than cucy will lee provided the market will afford including stumbled and fel! against toy leg?, ijrnshing'aiidlbrn.inplh

I IciLtr c.jnrtmij n"t- nlmn publicity. How hci I* too old to come the f uld not I>enr the 'I'cacher-No, two would bo left, you ignoramus. any thing has yet been jot up so far from the frozen a cano of the 6W Stuff" in the shape of <>m so badly teat they turned as black amy < :

I rru tcry ft tceI6eflzejcaUrtiimy from -xiugtoii.. with i-he rciudiw as it regions,) from the Ice-liou.sc early iu the niornuig, or "Boston y<.',n for the warm daysC lie has a Carriage hat, rendering them powerless. I applied your
\v I NYTLLD ;coTT. were- a watcb for the fatal nevvn. A few day ago, late iu the erening. Peddled out by tim small quantities in constant attendiuice for IJtdica and Invalids who Liniment,and wa well enough ih a few days (o gw
p. MEX'p abe nt-ut lain -u Iwqutt cit llowers but wIzen they John-No there wnuld'nt, the three birds Ib durinp.the day. Price being so about ain usuaL also crushed
fl.1,, D.iuIUNBBLLD *, Vx. ; at 3 eU per wish to vi jsjt the Bath, which we now being put in ag as my finger* a
nhtxl ]icro they were f.n1edaineuebeely! evidtTKctJiut would be left and the other two would be very small, all out of town bill inut-l be each up-in complete n-jKiir. Boats wUl be provided for those frhockint manner,by letting a back lo 'fall Open H ; :

? IatLAD lDtTU (4J1L t :'th tho giver and the m-fiver were fat luu-ten- filed away. town acronnU cull nui to end of month if required.Ire .- who wish t.i make an excursion to the Light House, your Liniment soon healed it up. Ihonah. '

TA7 Es-Ti') Wasliiu; t-ni Xat'ioiia! In- I ins; */> that bourne from hence IM> $traveller return puckml in chape but iu sending from abroad it is J.inW Island, and o'lier places about the Bay. JOHN D. M'GEE.

3rer talmLir daleiiMtit.c piled The old luau clo;ueut lield it to bus lip fo< a few seooixl OiAn .Irish! Sailor, as he was riding, beiet to cnd blaukeU( and packing boxes, if handr. lie has just completed a new and commodious La Salle precinct, Peorta co., lll.Feb I54t. j

tIl u I *, and aid wilJi mournful na'Jn M the perfume isaluifMt made a pause; the horse, in beating of the Newport, May 29. 18&2. 21 I). LAPP.Suwannee Stable, which U funii.-.Leil with careful and attentive
ria "'' "'IAUK. 1iteWjrI? the uuniU-r vf l fJrtt gone 1" But ant au w ith his tune: lluit will flies caught his hind foot in thostirup ; the Ostlera. In chort, the lropnetor pledges himself to To guard gain*t Imposition, read the following
<<> "J iu in the U- in Uw of man. IIi phy ieul i- Lower Mineral Springs,
( aiic and idiJc perwmH live forever grI(1J memory exclaimed" How do all in his to conduce to the comfort and sat- carefully.
''MavTlw ag rcgal uftle&f and dumbp
: $tLte iii ofvlioui fi SI IKS (, ,,tt.ruQtbint$4oli, ulaoe, in the legurdol Dobbin, if TOU are going to get on, I'll get snbMTibcr.takea Uiu methyl of tendering a fair trial.: A. B. NJYES. bose counterfeit which bu lately tnadr its apr.franre -'

'ie Such in the dim futuie, in may bo well wud: off; for by the powers, 1 will not ride double h'w meat uneere ncknovrleds uenti) Newport March hO, I&i2. 1J and called by the Impostor who make* if
4,2S whit feinalw S5I |1" V iu may break. 3 ou nwy ruin Uic TRM if3-tmu with to bL friends and the- public generally, for is -'a
0e4red fenuvlITic of will round it till." you. dangerous tfaud and more liable (o deceive from bis
oggrrgute But the scent of the hang
j ... .. .f _isSrange.YO *_ their Terir liberal tiatronage last summer, and hopes Extra Cotton O3naburg.1'ROtth. of KanrrtU TVi
- pid u{VTU2 af s l hirnn tJbIG arc bite; ma1ei, nonco urn marriage .-nr.jIj. by liis exertions to please all who may visit him, ColumbB8ffc.'adjd bearing I he name refore be part i icv
NORTU CaoiIXA.-Janws J. MeKay, for a long w- ; Howard Factory, iplcn- ntr.rcsll foi it bthoeamm *YareIl'for'iunprincipleddealerawill
,. fJ gregate.uf Mianeb69 ..Carolina II. Strange to Miss Elizabeth Strange. that he -will stilt have a share of their confidence, and .v az'tlolefor ,aln at nuinnfaetnreni pricps and inlpoac Ihw fjturioM iz

&1e iJLe 1tl(5. ftb nee OyeII Tonubcr of Cougre s from North It is n litaetrangt but wo thinkthe next jo- will be glaJ to metft them itfain in bi. Social ILvlL- expenM'/ Country traders aw partieohtrly d KJred to lute upol* you tar the genuine, but aUsps IMt.tot l
liina Cliairroan; rf UwC-mimittee of1 Ways;and St. Louis The! Spriugs are in very fiu6 order for bathing, and abroad fciir '
t : .- vent will be a little stranger.- Signal. call and examinebeCm sending a"annply. H.G.FarreH'a Arabtao Llnimentf fake nn'.tb.r,
Means, i* a caudidate f n Uie Senate( lljat State.RotnuliM .- likely to eouUnueuM tim season i is very dry. Ills table New Tori, March 13.1852. 10 D.LADD. as the ccnoih always ha. the ) Iteisfl.G4Ite'
'rue tLIuiicriiL4'tU .- will be furnished aahuual with the Lett.thai can
( ,M {iauudc-rs, ux4uer fx-nwafon,.of, Cougress Farrell's; Iris signature i is also-on the outside wrap ttlar
t,9-(3 : down-cast militia captain, on recoir. bu bad U etlny.with an abundance vrgeUblM of Salt. and Ihwe word*blown- i.rhe'glas.bohtt! <
: per.
'bit wJ 'J'I4 ,' and formerly Minister to Spain, iii candidate pr- I would .U w .Je
la the pica- almost every variety. uppos q IMTORTATION. naelci 8alt're- 4' H. G.Tamir* Aarabiav LiniittViiP>fori J *-'* -ij
!;'u'U,4 f"JndJuVt; tluii ftic'tlacki bulTer but for the e/nrtmons bf Ihe same Sbte. ;A brim Roeber,' ing a note from a reqonting to say any thing about the lughly tncuicioal virtues of DIRECT pW i bark Batnlntkxa,from Glooeestrr.and AcenUVanlnl: in verm'towu. Villkg awl btmhcltin

c 'am ios whieb itre ges1Iy eu aoother. t-x-inember a ping wbHe .inCi gTe( ,(bct sure.ofi4 .:corupan.y/SnaeretpodjtM a oompUiueiit these waters, ** they.have lien.prBtty generally for sale lo' by the quantity, by D.LADD. nit caluniLnip to wLicli hiuuaii iiature it 1 I active; demoeral U itt.o candidate far1'' the to. tbofi > under bis coQwnaud, and (rtt<*L The country -arocodi very bealuiy.; I men New Fort, Mireh 20,1852. 11 Apply, bjr lelter t. H: Q; .rell-rdl i*,'.1fliii i _
now an a -the tins U it U thought by Borne at a:dUUuce to boUM
marched .the whole of them to lady's with good refeiiace sate character/rnponsibilhv.>r>
----- Senate.- A healthier climate, Lh.liee.wnot be '" ; .' _
VsL.Tb rerwte : MEXICAN MTIflTAHO IJHIMEHT.* ?rt *ni-0.esuji.z' .4y&iiwbiwili >
DekMfrom ew Y&&ipawr.aayo boue. ,- found ia the Southern country. ... i,."., Ca.llonthUeZt funtUlib _
ry rredi-mk, DoWbu* bUte* iu hi* i paper that -- thefollowin" D.T.jrUEZVANT, Proprietor. and Merclianii obtai supplies
Or .Western.poel is respottMbUr DRUGGFSTS 1 a .uk cvntaiwing-much traltraWt informalH ..fcr4lverr
proceeding from Cle riidoiu1fa2o on A vUainIx'Mit E. F.. lW-f Jl ..4t price*, bv alication
wLup :
beautUttl line -Thoy are found i ia in Mineral. Springs, rJfay ,2 > > ei M of citizens. 1 *: t v |RUK .
to _
of UM mployert x>f the .boat< u4dtitook :
Price 50
,_ -25 cents, ernf*. adf pertoff tutrsp
:- "Tins fact turn }am (rpw uppr-table,but woa anipaiitkW iu long |.icqe of ygvtf ::; 71; .f "'Green Turtle.'* MT WleR.2l Atiio'ki'la. Thonl genuine baiwfatftid bv Hv C. Farrell :
.,. _
Ysj 'p29 hsltejs ud commoo !le L i "-kl. i. pfQfijuiBHTfj tIt Lv VM M t 4.Old Motnw sc.ogui-ehe eeuld'nt go to mtiu' UST received a lot of twenqr-fiva OREEN TURJ March t. lS.',?. sole intrnlontrtdp" I

Istre&Yitwh1 _cr, Mn4etu'4 tie,,"colored orator" from Cus ihe )had no Joea to put ber old rtr TLE at the W ui-eeIj&wpertwhkh will jai Nec- 17 Main slrret; PPM-ia 9hL4er-
IIt&lleetYor (urdir atunojofloe. liq bwiuenti mieiw4*1mLI 4. __ T- .-jIL, t "jhe to served up right, on ihort notice,bNoitsi.. VeniSon ii! .Children's and Youth'i th1iflg', iale wholesalaand Witwl al IopkIHlis1 ps keLEWIS
,tc I 1h4' Etflft 'V MrI '[' moat.siippl* "thrashirig jnacbiahss ,.ha.t awl FUh alvay* . MES'Ageatz.

; from 3fInJfr ,3y$ the e'w Yer2- Evninii jet been invented, i is a fleet of ratun./ Mav 2?, 1852. 21 T3y8 1e2. 13 tf December 27, 1S31. &k 3w.jt JfI \ ;

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:: gae1oybo: :; I t la 'Chancery FORWARD & TO TUB, 't..q.. AIIBW..j iie\\ d .. .m,, V V GREAT I
J: : !: T- --- --S
billofl clothi ::
; GENERAL COMMISSION. ? :'MERCHANTS. CIECUIT*COURT''TOR'LEON cotrimr. Attorneys at lair & BolidtfriJaChalTALLAHASSEE -ary, U V ThM.. .., Bale :oILaada;\ V DRaVJaVL

IX'nntVOTIM. Art BUITO 0V Robart W. ,. FtORlDjI.Wk ** ,Bordered Twweas an order from u. .J"of the Circuit, 4t

\ &ft'J'DliQdpUc..rAptoaltad1l1apJ.mntiI r f A. FoawAan I I tatoM Hueabuek Towek by the dozen Kidd.M Di fl l VIII U' -. p.
I A. A. FWier, Sberift: *a, Haley T. mocker Sheriff I Tovu. I' Towelabr the yard .* Ihe bbsit 1IWdIr.
i of publieoutcTl.
; .. and e*, fCr* Adm'r. of W.,W. Hart dased, Brown and Crash. door.II .Quiae7. CII j
Oorriaand Frsoch Burr Mill Stones En I Jones.' October -I, 1861. 39 JI SSA Dc
ALSa ; Jethro Bradley a&dLemaelB. Russia Diaper witbia legal ct
; Colagen,. Culun and Boltinff'CloUw.Abt .- ; D Y'Tirtoe of a oVretal order of the Hon.J.Wales Ibd.Zye"V. June nut ofJoaG.BAwla
; every kind of Produce, J orth and South, and : D Faker, Judge of the Circuit Court of the Middle A.LK.U1rUL. X. D. PAIl Irish Linen to the estate wit .

CAM paid for Wool, Hides Doer Skins and. Shipping Circuit in and fur Leon County in Chancery renderedin MAXWELL & PAPY Linen Cambrick.iEerdde& County 8"W, deceased SeeS., to, the: Xi 01 V the

Purs : i this cao*, in open Court on the 27th March 1852.I ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW Ginghams, Calicos Ac V For sale oa & i the lof-ot the N W* of s.c ilO, V '
I 10 tho 8 E }
SAMUEL IIOYT. HAMPTON L. BILBO.AxDusoit before the Court House V V'
will sell public terms.
outcry, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. i the SB 4of See 9, all is T !. R !
door, in Talfabawee. on the first Monday in June April 17, 1852.' 15 V V L
or VV
W-100 more
I 242 acres
.rnanCE: next, lo the highest bidder, for cash the following February8,1851. 5 ,contaIning ",

: Mei'ri. JL Oo Sarsnnah, Ga. described Land, to wit : For Sale. :!1V .\

I FAHCL1 & BEAKTUtT, W | SWISOC3T.N0fR3EESW1, CHARLES W. DOWNING, CASKS Bacon 1 Tierce Hams known ELIZABETH on day of BAWLS.sale. AdnVx. r ",I,

Wrmna & PALE Sec 3, T 2, N of R3E; W 1 N W i, &'C3T2N ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, I 5 20 barrels sup. Flour, 5 kegs Lard, 2. 19 It The Tn. DIseIU""" .. _

Swirr, DESSLOW & Co. of R 8 E. or so much thereof as may be neowwary to Tallahasaee, Florida.f3JT 5 family 1 tieree Rice, _.
I Wit. P. MIU.EE: 4 Co, New York. raiso the sum of seven thousand even hundred and Office at the I 10 bags Coffee. 10 boxes Cbeee. Circuit of Florida. PREPARED TlIEOX.Utfdir frr.mRENNET.ort"-&

: f RTGCLCS NOCKS, MAiioy t Co. Boston.F. five .a 8.1 00 dollars, with interest from the date aforesaid March 15 1851. CapitoL 10 At low prices for cash byJAM CIRCUIT COURT. LIEBIG. thetynt Th7sologj .
tf :
B. Looms, Esq, New Lnndim Ct. decreed to complainant and the costa of said B. GAMBIA. HOUGHTOtfM. D.

IL 8. McCoMBa, Esq. Wilmington Del. nit anJ expenses! of sale. Purchasers to pay for W. 0. tf. DAVIS April 17, 1852. 15 Sracto Tntx 1815! This t* a truly' wonderful PhilaWIphia.PL tamed .

:.t September 6, 1851.) 86 tf Master's titles. Charles IL DuPont, lION DYSPEPSIA.! C4t .
Towle & Myers, _May I. 183!. 17 St Master in Chancery. HAS taken up his abode at Taltahastte, and will CASKS superior Brandy, Martin. lag after Nat ate's OD lllelh4Xl by.1htttrl'.c.. -

I HAVKon hind,and are now receiving new and I Notice. in the Courts of the Midtfe District, 2 1"' low price M to Establish Record of Judgement. gent (he Gastric.Juice. .'

Aisorlment of GOODS cunnisliug ot and of Franklin and Jackson Counties. I" old Monongahela Whiskey, to by affidavit that the de- ( Haifa "vounrul of Papa,..ial '
Gold Lever undersigned tenders his sincere thanks to the i .March 0, lS.r>0. 9 appear r..ilI digest or diwolt '
;:. Hunting Watches TIlE 2" old Rye above stated cause resides beyond Fire l'erJfl.ij
Gold Anchor Lever do for the liberal patronage which has I 2 NEkIim, Florida Beef m about'O h**,,. ut Of ,btFood. \"
been extended to l him inco he has been in i M.A.LONG&J.P.LSAVAEflAyING State of :
Silver Lever do engaged PEPSIN i is the chid element
4 Hunting 2 Gin be had or
Silver Anchor Lever do the Cotton Weighing and C<>mmi.'*ion Business in associated themnelvw for the pirpoc ol } cask Sherry-good, Ordered; That a hearing Fall Term of this on Principle of the Galhie Juice-lb.0"
at the next
; TaliJia! about to Icave the State of therein .' 1
Lapine and common do scc. Being Law will give prompt attention to 4 Madeira the Purrfgtng Preserving. rt
Gentlem n'. and Ladies Bosom Pin.a general asnrtmcnt Flori,}. lie takes this occasion to inform hw la'e' ciw- anr business entrusted to their care. 2 barrels cooking Wine &.Ac for the Agent of the Stomach and lGestine! a'.t I
of Ear and Finger Ring, Gold Guaid and tomeri' that all unsettled bu hies9 connected w jUi the July 26. IS51. 29 tf P'orale by JAMES B. GAMBLE. this Order be published pe ed from the Digestive! Slot ueh ,( r.. .
\Warc-Hou in TalUihaveo i ill left in the hands of hw in some newspaper published ,11.0..1_"
r Key, Fob and Vest Chains, Seals Gold) and Sihet rrill7., 1852. 15 ingan ARTIFICIAL' DIGE8TI\"EnUl
I'c cib.Gold Pcns.Gold and Silver Spectacles Gold successor }fr. JOHN F. BH003IE. a gentleman who Law Firm. Circuit. I ly like the natural Gastric Juice in i iera its J '

: Sleeve, Collar and Bosom Button Silver Pearl, and i Ls well qualified to carry on tim blL..ineIlUd who A BREVARD will practice in opartner Direct Importation. VJ. WAYLES BAKER Judge. and furnishing a COMPLETE and va

q Shell Card Cases. Gold and Silver Thimbles, fine will.e bill entire time and attention to it. Hit experience BEARD all the Court of the Middle Circuit of! copy-Attest : SUBSIITIJIEfot it. By the aid nf
Fans, Silver and Buffalo Combs.Al in this >raiicli of busineps, and his admitted Florida. Office in RECEIVED to-day and for sale for cash. 25 R. C. LESTER Clerk. lion, the pains and evils nf 1-tIC .IIii

<), French Mantle Clocks Table Knives, Tei qualifications justify me in soliciting for him the same Tallahassee.JOHN BEARD.T. frith Potatoes, by J. B. GAMBLE. 2. 16__3m DYSPEPSIA are removed, just asa th II
PLated and Silver Ware Silver Table and Tea liberal heretofore extended to me. April 17, 1852. 15 -- '..
:. Trays patronngo w. BREVARD.Febnurvl. Circuit of Florida. healthy Stomach. It i it domE "
Spoon( 'I, Plated Spoons, Fork, Cram and Suup La. C. A. S.\SH. - peptic.curin rates of DEBILITY"flndtn"r
. If51. 4 tf F
; : dles. Plated Waiters, do.Tea Sets, Castors, Candlesticks 4T -. By "J. G. Anderson. CIRCUIT COURT. NERVOUS DECLINE, and DY V
Solar Lamp*.,Silver and Gilt Girandolei. lIE undcricned has been appoiTmetl COTTON SMITH & U'BRIEN BASKETS Heidsic SUMPTION PEPTtt'roj:
I 0 Champaigne, To SPRING TERM, 1852. sup'naed| lo be on
WEIGHER cube foun at all time at the .. the"'fII'IlJ
Also fine double! Inn ei'.ed! Gun', Shot and Garr.E'tb2 5 pU. grayp-o The Scientific Evidence
.*1? ;", and Fh!'snne nocket Knives Porte Monnie:: Wari'hoiiw recently occupied l by Mr. C. A. NASH, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, 10 boxes Tobacco-8*, 5*, 1 Ib, Richard Sims co-partners using the balJf'd. i is In tit hishcst degree upon \
ulo in the vacant lot bet the Stores of D. C. and style of Law it Sims, CtRIOUS..L
Port Folios, Violins; CUroneln, and Flutes! fir.e Razors \vccn ALLIGATOR, E! FLA. 2 ** superior Chewing Tobacco, MARKABL1.
;J Streps, lac. Wilson and James Kirkeer, R'or*. 15 boxes Cheese C-
.! JOHN F. DROOME. M. Wart SMITH. J IL O'BaiEv. Reuben Dubose. SCIENTIFICw
4 Best quality: and general awcrtcjen of Perfumery. I 2 Presented Ginger
k:., &: TOWLK: & MYERS April 10. 18::. 14 tf Office ut Alligator. | Oftke at Newnaiwvillc. 2 Martinas Pickles, to Establish Record of Judgment I BARON LIEBIG in his celebratedZ'mal
v December f1 1 S.1.4! 8 Refer t C dozen English Mustard, to by affidavit that the de l
Notice.LL Dot-GUIS, Jacksonville; Cul. J. PAI.NE, Ocala. appear r Icid,analogous to the Gastric Jnire.lDn i.
f stated resides
Worcester Sauce. above beyond '
October, If 31.! :39 cause Iv prepared from the
; NEW GOODS. A p'r"on*, cro-littiri] legatee, rntitlod to Ji>tiibution i. 2! Rending, Jno. Bull l..t Anchovy State of Florida : ach mucous membrane ot I" :
---- -- ut the Calf in which} !
L "1UST arrived (per Sohr. Eli ibcth. from Now York) .>r otherwise imtert, -"ted in tho estate ofJCSMJ J. V/ KEYES M. D. Dentist I Salad Dressing, : Ordered That a hearing be had on meat and t' iI S.wiil be (uriOt1't1flid"oIl\1t4] !,0*
.f anil for sale by C. C. BYRD a very handwme as Field!. late of Jctfivaon County, FlciriJa' iloccased B Cayenne Pepper, : therein at the next Fall Term of this ted, in the tt anrj '*
just tame
l pnrthientofSPRlWG SUMMER GOODS, suchasHera ire hereby iv>tified t.1 exhibit their claims and HAS located in Qdu'y. Office iu his residence 10 Flavoring Extract, Vani'la. human tfomach." manner astinlevtiljL mat?

?!!, fUl.lini. Lawns, Bonnet Ribbons, Blk. Lace ; demand: within two year* from thi d.itito tl.,' undvrsignwl .: )Ir. J. G. GumiSoJanuHry Celery. Ac. For sale by J. B. GAMBLE. this Order be published for the pc- Dr. COMBE, .in hi.'valuable i

L Vi-it*. Silk Shawl Linen Cambric Ilandkerrhipfs, I I 1. or th" same: will he l arrod ; and 11\11 rx rw ns 17, Ib52.. ; 2 t: April: 1 17, 1852. 15 in some newspaper published "Physiolojry ol wriiii.., ,.

,r Needle WorklBJltillM: ami a variety of oth r articles indebted to tho said deceased are requested to make -- District.J. nut ion cube due Digestion"ob-eivedihaf--, .

r tot numerous to ru utivn. Call and see for' yourselves. immediate }'.\'nuut to Boots and Shoes.I Cast Sweeps. WAYLES BAKER, Judge. prominent and all-prevjilioicjiie quaniilv DttheGasfneJuiQ 'ita

$ ;t -ALSOfJonts' JOHN WOOTEN, AdmV.JtifTormn UST rpceiTOtl. a flue asMJrtment CAST Sweeps, copy-AtteSt : and he states t hat"a di"Iin\luilbed ot D\ "a'
and) llns" Summer Hat an-1 Cnu-atl. Boots County, May 8. 1 65':. 183m I. ilies Black and Colored Looting fD irrll.! 'JOo 20 Plougli] R. C. LESTER, Clerk. icine in London w ho wa rrr>fe i"I..i_

? I and Shoo, and 2i;<'MX' > First rate Cigars. Notice. .>. do. Kid and Morocco do. 60 Kegs Nail :2. 1C 3m compaint.! finJinC ecer' sererey liming aftlicrf1f with,.i.
V tv ri i}.
: D- Kuuiaflled )"ad
-\T.80- > HiukinsPH.
ci,': ; Quarter nnil half Barrels Mackerel, Crushed and .I,VLL person", creditors. legatee".. entitled to listri; KM] \Valkii Sinn1*.Slippers and Bu-ikiua, 10 10 Traveler Marine and Trunks Family Clo'kn. Notice. course or to living the Gastiic animl.i.JOI.Ilich.. obl llt\f'd If.'ItI IIlut'lIach" I".
I oth interested in the
I'owdored Sugar, Java and Rio l/oflee Pickels assortJl or T isc estate of D-\ Calf I3u,ki." and lluote :. I'or..l tHlflL.tt/J
For sale .
; t William G. late f JetTerson by JAMES GAMBLE. ?, creditors, legatee, entitled to distri V successful
Claik. dvjntv HiriJa.dfccae.l .
4 ('., Pickk'l lo'Wcr nml. Salmon in oil, l>r>d Apples, "> .. -.\.J..SOColIrcd April} 21 I, 1052. 16 otherwise interested in the estate of Dr. GRAITAMantlior ofri .
I, inc h-, notified tn exhibit their claims . rmn, .
.Iz. I'inc Apple Ch''.'*,, Rico, Goxhcn Butter Ac. j I -by ):: .-tjn<; Haitl'rJl./ -- _. - -- ? .?
ot vie'
jeuerson ucceaeu t'el'ble
---- Bounty. are ; n f : Jr
end dcnuuiJe within two from this date, to the isa ; ; ;:
;: March 20, 152.: H tf I yonrc. ]).i. Kid Walking Shoes and Bu-kin; By the Laura Jane." to exhibit their claims and demands pbysmology.tbat I 'hes1omadi nha'tlllar\
unJi the will be
barred anil all .
1 reigucd. or : same :
-- p"r. !>.. (It.. awl M">rtotf<'*, ; inva't'f. mlf"
from this date to Wile tohe;
Agent impart fluid
IL kill" indebted to tIll Kiid deteased, are !ttnl to BASKETS Sutiinc Champagne in my l being Pf"n, .fdi..h-
( HELP AT HOME. j I I ruque Airl fin, of qiart
a ortmcnt Children.! Leather Morocco 5 '
make. immediate 'imnt.EMILYCLAKlv.. : and at Monticello,or the some will be barr I various articles of focd,and pnj ,
1 fpIII I I*ii'ul,TMj nod.havins made large imporrnitji QoaJitJe-1 Executrix..Teff'riOnCo.nty.Mai mid Futiat Leather ShfC". \c ry sul.c.ricrnrtice.i For ale bv pnt {n.t indebted to the said! estate in any artificial digettion of lb. rn intio v'uZ tli/nnl
JIxith in bniMm!* aii-l machiiK-ry, I* "*' preiiarcltofiiniMi -ALSO1G 'er, are requested to make immediate from the natural digestif r pruef it."
1, 1S;:! 173m April 17. lsS2. 15 JAMESB. GAMBLE.
i i ti COTTON GINS of a "tupcrk-r lo and nt! Cue Calf Boot, said Agent, who lias full authority to -Call.on the Agentar.d f Set a 'Df.ttt'illitf'.CT.rnlar .

iri (IuL1y.: j|I Bounty Lands and Pensions. I D'. linitatii Stitched Boot. Cheese &c. ulell. ,gral is. gir ing a la'geimrunf SClKNTIflC: .

Ht ha. ffct up no jinmnu; by making Gins to exhi- Ii l uad.1 i aed.ha"i ncruJc arl allg Ulcnl.\\"ilh IV>. Pejjjptland Watcr-ir| x.f Boots Cheese and Hampers of V IrMi MARGARET E. SCOTT Adm'x. EVIDEICg.similar ti. the abGtf',t"'tI'ILf'f uilh ft.port .

r hit at Fair f>r by going N-irth) to I" wtll or other plaj j I 'f a c\\r'f'{ eU-il experienced t .\gent in the l'il) lo. Calf Shoes and Bootee ENGLISH Christina and for sale bv \ March 6, 1852. 0 3m of REMARKABLK CUKESirum aa pul.r
Do. Kill and Uua. the United
; to Northerners} to write in his rai Brc-gans ctt* Staff
l. get o.
i' |: of Wl hint1. jji'l btitg now pru>'idd with theaprtivcd I BERRY A KOWLES.
HM establishment i* strictly S''ltll\'m-in ttc miilt'of ';; Slid reiju-ite CnlJ.I.I.il1altcl.1 to the colKcliuti -ALSO- Notice. .4s.1 Dr. PEP. L'l CUJIER!
17 IS.2. 13
: th" cotton growing rr;. (. He intends his Gins to 1 1* ol Clainis by p".\t'r. ol attorney; for Bounty Youths] fine Pegged Boots, April after date. I will apply to the Judge Dr.HOUGHTO.VSPFPsiNha-prodoc"'ltrimtmarerllout

;: *h' w f.r themelves, an-J are warranted t<> perfirm in I LanvJn; Pen in"' ard Claims for Ioes and Servi"ce Buys half wvlt An. do. New Fresh and Pretty Goods. of Gadaden County for my discharge rffeett, in curing- es ol J>tt'ililytmt.
; the best when attended be j l>.. hue {,f alrno dr 'ription. cifltio".oI'-tnOU'lifeline and
; manner propoily tr, IT to upon the United States Government. every of George A. Dilworth. deceased.W. Iyptftle Ctanin'ion. -
I made to do lie> at his own eip'IL Gin repairing I Officers: ) and soldiers of the war of ISI2, or of I For sale 1 Ii>'? (and no mistake) by LOTS of fine fancy fixings' f.>r the Ladies, S. DILWORTH. It is impossible to give the details ofo n m

i; : done at Khort notice, and in the I Iiet manner. Order I of the Indian warsince 1710, areentilltcllo! Ol1o'any October 18, lt>51. 41 C. C. BYRD. cheap-only require to be examined 1852. 2 6m the limits of 'this advertisement : bat aaihfnlieJHrertificates
__. _., _
' for Gins thankfully received and promptly attended I i ty Lands ur.der the late Act ol Congress. For services n use trying enumerate. Just opened. and 1 none have been given of more tfi.a 7Ti

to. He will deliver them at the residence of f the purchaser rendered, a moderate compensation will be ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY, thm about these Capes-particularly in prices. Notice. HUNDRED REMARKABLE CURES, in '' *,'-

: or at las farm. Below arc a few certificates out L I; charged I, uiiondelhcn' cf the warrant or I he amount HAH ITORD, CO NECTICUT. and! examine at D. LADD'S. after date, I shall present my accounts phia New York and Boston' ;!Ionf'. Thes wend

l ; (.f the large number that could IK exhittital 1 if nocesfcry. collected D. P. HOOUK: Stocks, and Cotton in Ware-house Newport. April 21, IR:2. 16 : to the Judge of Probate for Leon desperate t'ajles. and the fares were not at;
;i f: J. IL WATSON.MAOOV i G. W. I1UTCHINS. BUILDINGS -- of Seaborn F. Holcomb, rapid and wonilerful.bnt peimanent.
I \.. March 20. l 5l. 12 tf less by fire. Ale and Brown Stout. of aid County and ask for a discharge It is a great NERVOUS ANTIDOTE, and pti.

: 18 1632. -- LEWIS & AMES, .; ulailj useful for tendency to Billiondi-orderllitr
February Brig Christina direct from
January 2r< t 5)1)) 3 AgentTallahas B Liverpo 1. we
This is to certify tliat hare in use, upon my plantations Groceries, &c. --- -- -- received 20 ca.k of Barclay A Perkins ': G. C. S. JOHNSON Adm'r. Complaint, Fever and Agne.or badly treated' ftm
,' .U.1. in Lee awl I Baker Counties, three Cotton Gin have jll"t received a few boxes of Soda East India Ale and Bn.'s & Go's. London 1852.! 52 6m and Ague and the evil eflecU of Quinine Uncntr,
WE PRATORIUS and othrr% drt> >oi. be ti..
t.' 1; (If t-ixty ears each made by Colonel l J. IL Watson. of Cracker, Pine Apple Cheese Pickles, Lemon Stout, in quart and pint Uittlc Notice. sickness.j uf Also Dige OlK ntiftrtl
'1- ;L. Palmyra, with which I am well pleased and consider i[:OF TilE LATE FIRSt OF BERRY A long for excess in "Iilll.aJld tIe
BUM. 4. '
.' Syrup Soap Starch C.mdlcs and Candy. PRATOHIf ,] ROWLES Auctioneers, Ac. frvn date, the undersigned Executrix : too free Ue of ardent spirits.' It almost reconcile
) them equal to any Gins made in Georgia in everyruppuct. i Also] a few clu-ice Wines and Liquors. iniml hi* friends and the public April 10, 1 t:52. 14 'f nt her arcouuU and vouchers to the Health with hilimperanee.

;; ;\ I take pleasure i ii recommending them to I Also, Crushed Sugar, Powdrr in keg, half keg,. IIWOULD'has taken the store. !atc1voceimpi.d for theCoraity r>f HilUborungh, and OLD STOMACH COMPLJIYTS. .

t.. I planters\ in Soutli-Westeni Georgia anti Florida. ColVftt.1 : and qr. keg Apple and White Wine Vinegar Shot I ,,! nn l adjoining] flal 'Irt. lat -lv Valuable Plantations for Sale.'pilE from adminLitratif on the es Tlete i is no firm cf OLD STOMACH COMPLAINTS -

';'r. ..: tuidst and is a has Southern Northern rnaiix interest>rn anJ raised in our of all .i7cs, Bar Lend, Iron Nails, Steel, hoes Spades, occupicd by Bull d I'rnt\Jt'iu,where he will be plva. ul* Plantation at present occupied by SILAS S.'Clark deceased late of said County. which it does not s em Ii, reach and ..

, : uo JOSEPH BOND.ATJUNT Shovel' Trace Chains, Fifth and Ox Chains] Ham to attend to the calls and wants of tho>c who may be i I I ALLEN i is for sale. It i is ituated about fi 11'"g ELLEN M. CLARK Executrix move at once. No matter how t.aJ thN may be,it

1 f". t. mcr. Axc, togetlier with a general ascortmcnt of disposed to patronize him in hid line of busine. I I miles Wet of Tallahassee immediately n:> the 1852. 1 6m GIVES INSTANT RELIEF!. .f rinRIellt .'n.*,
!I. Hardware and Cuttlery. all of which we will cell as He has received, by the late arrival, a ch/ice and leading t'> Quincy. The hind is Pine and all the unpleatontiimplomt; and it on I;oti At!ti's

; .' TT.'H ;is to that I ,have Ga., February in 23, 1S2. low a* any otJ cr house iu tho city. ll-iflrctfil supply of ClolJit, Ca*'"'rt*, I'estitiyg, rich and produces Cotton Corn Tobacco, .t(. Notice. repeated for a short time to make thMCrwd( .f(!.
J h in tin] certify Gin.use rnanuLictured on my plantation March 27, 1852. 12 HEIR & RUST. fancy Gvo, ; alto a yrneral aartmttit of arc 6X( nrri-*. about 250 of which is cleared. after date the undersigned. Admini-. permanent. PURITY OF BLOOD,AND TlGOROf
. ... County sixty saw by RKAD Y-JfADJ-J CLOTHIXG. Plantation is well watered and healthy.ALSO of his wife Sarah A,surviving Ad BODY follow at once. It n ( artirulirh rxcdkH
C ,L J. IL Wats/Hi,of ,which I consider l
Palmyra equal COTTON in
GINS. the estate of Thomas J. Hadley. late caes Nausea.. Votflitits; Cramp. Sntrtf-ia
: AU of which I flatter myK-lf in and -
71 to Gin made in Georgia,in particular and arc equal style -
i any every the
of the
pit Stomach distress
deceased will I ] to the Judge alter few
t excelled) have the quality and i/nle a" cfifap, WI otbcn that will be Th land- r. apply eating
" not by any. I no Invitation in recom- WE undersign are making preparations any of JOSEPH HALE eight miles cold stale r.fthe .
said fur discharge from said Birod Heaviness.Lowbexs of
found in tlil market. He will County, a Spir
r4 nion-hnj them"to planters iu Sout.h.W 1tcru Georgia. will shortly be prepared to make a tuperlor give particular attention of Tullahaww on the Ockolockonce Riv -r, are its. Despondency. Emaciation
B. LOEB. Weakness Iciuktr
I ; They art; manufactured in our midst and by a nrtlrlt of Cotton Gins. Also to repair all Gins to I his buMncc", and Lopes he will merit a liberal !:c. Theta are 200 acres cleared. The place 3 1832. 52 6m* to Insanil v. Suicide.&c. ;

: "fI ;.:. &uthern man ; a native of our own glorious Georgia. sent to us, at the hortei] notice. patronage from the public. healthy, and the water good. ,January Dr. HOUSTON'S PEPSIN., i is sold bv snri .

f.'... :: DAVID A. VASON. We warrant all work done at our manufactory to November 23. 1S50. 46 tf Permn wishing to purchase can call on me in Notice. the dealers in fine drugs and Popular llHiicisr; ,
j 1 Palmyra Lee March 6 1852. 9 tf be in a workmanlike and to satisfaction. laLissee the the
: ; County. manner give or owners on premise after date the undersigned Adminis Ihrflughont lIe United tat". It i is prfJIJM) I
!f We do not intend to he excelled in the workmanship Drugs, Chemicals, &c. C. A. BRYAN.April the estate of Thomas Bumette. will powder aol in Fluid form-aod in Prescriptiutt riak
CARRIAGES AND nor the quality of our Gins. 10. 1852. 14 tf ap-
, p.' SULPHATE QUININE warranted pure and full of Probate of Madison County fur for the use ol Physician
We -
are located eleven iiiiles North-east of Talla-
";4 and discharge from said estate. use
D. E. HUIL has. Call and
ee. near Ccntrevillc on the road lending from Oil t Black peprtor. See DAVID GORSTO. ) may be obtained tl'l Dr. Houghton orhisAgntls.dr'cnl
; : on'ERS> for Nde a splendid assort Tallahassee to Tliomasvillc, where we respectfully Purified Chinvidinc, an snide pr'rArP.fl! from the TEST received per Schooners W. R. Pcttcs and DANIEL BURNETTE"AamrsL >ing the whole process prepanlioo, led p-

I Carriages and )Buggic*, atprices solicit Ole patronage of the Planters in Florida and I Peruvian Bark, considered nearly equal to Quinine, at ,, F. K"i,','r", December 13, 1851. 49) 6m ing the authorities open which the rliim ol I lb!'
I : to suit the time Also, in Stom.'t the Southern j portion of Georgia.D. about one third the price. Ii cask* Ribbed Sides V new remedy are based. As it i is NOT SECRET

;i Saddles Bndai*. Martingale*. Harnws of all kind Is. II. A J. B. SLATON. ALSO, a general sujij.ly of Chemicals of the bestFine ; Shoulder, Notice. REMEDY no objection can be raised tpiatl ii>+*

:'I.', .t. ., both double and wngle, Carriage Trimmings of .all: January. 17. 1I. :Z. 2 fim .A J.VA*A*t.tl;.... oCO- 44 rJ..n.Q.... ..;..'.".. irom uate. tne.. unucr. igneu. ., j\t.1mlD13-. *h.*-j *Ph..i.i"n...*.*.._..fc In.. ...j>,"'...-.'..J..I.._' .".......A":._."8 .-S--.s '_i.'I..'

It ';.' KUKZS, springs, AXie, tx.ii*. ana, in lact, every uung Good Billiard Table.A lbh. Extra Ohio Flour, bonit non on the estate of James M. practice. Ptirp. ONE DOLLAR per bunl .
i ': u<>uallr kept in a store of this kind. Cologne, LuTiin's Extracts, and nn assortment 4<> Extra St. Louis late of raid County. will his (-OBSERVETHIS: !-Every bottle..(tbe SPSV

..! WRcopair. dune at Jjort notice. GOOD SECOND HAND BILLIARD TABLE of F.mty Toilet Article, at very li>\\ priii'n. lo u Mess Pork, vouchers to the Honorable Judge present of Pro i ine PEPSIN bear (be written signature oilV 9HOL'GHTO.V.M. >

}i- December 27, 1 85 1. 51 \. for tale low by J). LAD!. D.ius Pain Killer, RadwayKcady Relief. f. hugs Rio Coffee, County, and ask to be discharged D.. Ole proprietor J'hilJdtt'

; j 1' :' Newport, March 27, 1l'52. 12 Opcood''* India Clmlagogue.Rote's f.(; l box's Candles, ALEXANDER E. GREGORY.. Pa- Cop-i i izhi and Trade Mark H '. ;
CARRIAGE REPOSITORY celebrated 2 carks Plain "* Sold all and Deai&s iaJrtdiCIllt"S. -
Plaster, and other Family] Mod- Hams, 1S52. 5 6ra by Druggists
' BY MttLEE AND BROKAW, THE TRUE MEDICINAL i icineR. ti tkrceSugar Cured Hams, V

:: I"t' TaJlahatue, florid COD LIVER OIL Jaync'i Medicines tc, do,just received l by 20 bbJ4. Whiskey Notice. LEWIS AMESr,
LEWIS AMES.. 2 Lard OTl Extra Wholesale: Retail Ajftt
t ,
npHE subscrilxr; huereC'ei.eda1 large U SEFUL in the cure ot Scrofula, Consumption 40 tf Before purchasing eUwhere. after date. I shall make application to Febrnary: 7. IS::. 5 ly _
will do
;t 4; :: I J. supply 1 of CARRIAGES, BUGGIES Gout,nn lIm3tilrn..Asthma Bronchilis.Co'gluc, 0ctobejj.185l.!: and see fur yourself l I will yon ws-11 to !. Judge of Probate in and for the

f I.I : AND HARNESS, which they and all Jil ea!e* of t the Che>t ard Lungs. A nupplvol Linen Drills, &c. .sh only. as sell low for rash I I *.n for letters of dismission and dis Groceries.
. offer for aalu the most reasonable f this valuable A.lI. FELKEL. altratix de bonit of N. B. "
on term- All medicine i non Folsom
. per i'just received, which is I
. ; ." received for Gent's and Boys' Summer Wear April 24, 1852. 16 PACOL Flour. Corn and Meal. PtI "Cf1
I rons wishing to purchase any of the above articles, warranted pure, and of very superior qualify. ,JUST Striped and Plaid Linen Drill", Brown ,''. AH persons herein in- J-, kind Oils Whiskey and Y'.me
ffi will call and exaJ11 notified
pleae for themselves. For.aleiy LEWIS & reby accordingly.
AMES. Duck Drown Linen and Nett Linen Drill Spring Salt and thing b
t i: December 13. 181. 49 tf May 25, 1850. 20 Tallahassee Fla. Drap d'ete Clothing. DA FOLSOM, Adm' de bonlt non. I every usually kept a
.!, t :. Cottonadco Denims, Planter's Linen and Linen Osna. A LARGE assortment of Gent and Boy.' February 28. 1852. 8 6m For sale low for cash only by A.H.

, Clothing. PROTECTION INSURANCE burgs. together with every thing usually kept in that Made Coats Pant. Vest, Drawers aud April 17. 1852. 15 -
COMPANY line for wile low by 1IE1R 4 RUST. In
; Just received Chancery.
:f f .: "I UST received at the old stand a general assorted HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT, March 27, 1852. 12 tf March 27.1852. for sale bv lEIR! Exchange at Par IGROCERIES.
: mcnt of Cloths CaMimeres and which TSIdVV"
Venting &, ,
Capital Stock, Crockery,
8300,000. DKN
t;t: I' the subscriber is prepared to manufacture in the most Here I Am. Osnaburgs. CIRCUIT COURT. SteeL, Blankets Kis' .
I : 5. approved style, and on the most reasonable kl1IU'.eullt..men TilE undersigned, Agent of the above Company > and Jane Tillman, Complainants, Hata Cap. Black Dresa Coats Plata -v.Cwfo V
prepared to take rmks to purchase certain property on the sea- JUST received a few bales Southern 0-nabo .
: .. : .r (. in want of a regular and tiehiouablo out. against Fire on build. FAILING to. V _.
Coats :Brio? .
, Hunting Saddles ,
,4. t'willdoweUtocaflupon ings and their. content, on the most favorable term*. here, to attend to too wants of theCitizens Shirting. and Sheeting by nt William C. Snell Julia F. Ed- EXCHANGE tl"
: for Cast
and Po'I
;. Xovorubcr F. IL FLAGO i of Tallahassee and the balance of our u'odd.i March 27, 1852. 12 HEIR A ReST.Boots J. Cotton
8, 1851. 44 A. B. CLARKE. Agent. Little and. Jenetle V. G. Donald Country J. M..WnJJ&1IS.
;' Tnllahassiv. October 25, 1861. 42 i AU who' intend purchasing goods, will find it to their of the last will and testament of November generally. 4J'

ti a Spring Hats. I interest to call before they let< the money slip from Edmonds, deceased, 'and Samuel B. 11851. -

; THE lafc* t styles for Gents, Boy, and Youtha just HASH. &' CO., their October finger 181851. S. S.tfNIGHT.: tf SHOES Gaiters and Slippers.a beautiful&: and rr officio Administrator de 60- Just Arrived.

'I. r 4 .,! aid fur wale by Dealers in ,Drug Medicines, &e. '- _. -i------.41 .. _. \ ived and for sale low. the estate' of Susan S. Snell deceased. F HAVE just received by the last vesssJ MIL V V v**

c March t, 185!. 12 HEIR & RUST. WOULD inform their friends and the public that Now Opening April 24, 1852 16 W. T. MITCBELL To the satisfaction of the Court that L York an invoke of men's,women'*,ekikwaXi*"
Sn ll. one of the above named De *

13 PREMIUM COTTON GINS. articles as are have generally on band kept a good in their amtortment line of business of such, f\A .T CLARK the well&known STILLMAN stand formerly General occupied sad Select by For Sale at Cost and Charges. New' beyond York the,and limits that Thomas otthisState1and S. Snell. offered aiant's Shoes in this comprising market. There many 'styles are also.aot!kanM%,'

1' and will be receiving fresh BARGE Dress } Gentlemen' 1ed. which I iIde-*!"
regularly Patterns Boots to
. T. TAYLOR fc CO.. Proprietors of 1 Ihe: Co. supplies. Their Assortment of 20 Defendants is supposed to reside
E. terms shall be reasonable. 15 Silk and Wool do tion. The above will be sold lowto A *MfT'ment }
lumbus Cotton Gin .
: .Manulactory,have I the ut.itaction t Fall and Winter UolhliiK: limits of this State, and the United
C to announce to their aod Tallahassee October 11, 1Srit. 40 10'Tissne dress patterns J. 11. WJJ..IfIA
patrons the Planters residence is unknown
4 Fancy Goods, Clotlw, CaMimeres.'Vesting*, IIo i ery. 40 Muslin & Jaconet do : December 6,1851 48 110 _..
generally, lbs
throughout Cotton
growing re. Southern Mutual Life Insurance Company Fine Sewed and Pegged Boots Slippers Ac.: which 50 Worked Collars re Ordered, That the said William C. -
: 1gioo.. bat they aia prepared to supply number and plead demur '-
any the subscriber and answer or to the Bill
of Louiiiana. u ready anxious to sell on the
4 of I heir celebrated PBEMIUMGIJIS. 24 pair worked Sleeves.. filed in the there Groceries &c.
I Where these Gins have been once used, it would VINO been appointed Agent for the above ComH most The reasonable stock of terms, for consists cash or in its { ftl. S JAMES B. GAMBLE. Monday in March next, and cause the on nid or JUST reee nd.; a fine lot Goshea Butt..pdJ,
Clothing V
4; be deemed unnecessary for the Manufacturerto ray< pany and deeming it nnnecewary to discuss the part April 24, 1852. 16 1l within the period of nine months lee.
Black and Colored
:1 word in iheirlavpr as they red l confident the machines importance and advantage of the mutual insurance Drees and Frock Coats, of the publication of this Order or Same with Cheese .
I have been brought to such perfection.4ha principle, would respectfully solicit the consideration Black, Blue, Green Brown and Mixed Frock The best in the World. I will be taken pro eonjeuo again And half bbb.Maekerel by n L.\Dn

their superior performance will recommend them (f the citizen. TatlahaMee and vicinity. Any information Sack and Fancy Coats : '. That legal publication of this Newport. April 24. 1838. V 1 5 .

in preerencetoallotherGinsnow! in u.e. Foi, the relative to it,can be obtained by calling on the Drab Black and Brown Overcoat. EXCELSIOR FAMILY SOAP. in some newspaper published in this ,
I / ; eatisfaction of those who, hue not used the' subscriber S. 8. KNIGHT. Figuered and Black Silk and Black Satin Vests, Pure
Gins, Black Plaid received 20 boxes of the above with 10th October. 1851. Sulphate of Q1dD1Me-
and Casumere Fanta JUST .
Grey Fancy
h : and November, 1850. 47 tf
&reunacqusintedwithlheirrepulalionthepro. for &c. For sale WAYLES BAKER Jte. t..illlftiltd
I loons use, by Judge, subscribers have on band ? f
prietors need only that the Fiasr Premium THE
say Attest
May 15, 182. IV HEIR A RUST. copy- >
;1 White, Fancy Silk and Marseilles Vests and ouncesofSuhphat.of Qaiaiae.iHiirkl
t have been awarded to them for Ihe BEST GIN ex New Good various Clerk. .2
,', bibited at I he great Stale Fair held at AJanta.Geor.: TTEIR & RUST would again call the attention of other articles too numerous to mention.A. Notice. ISM. 41 4mlm5m have obtaiaed direct from ate nana/actofer
L gia; also at the Alabama and Georgia Agriculture I IT -TL Indies .theii"ell selected stock of SPRING B. CLARKE. the will warrant it to be superior article- V

and Mechanic's Fair, held at Columbus; and at tbe I DRESS GOODS consisting of the following: Novembe 8,1851. 44 tf SIX months after the first publication of this Notice. We have enlarged oar stock of, Drap af.Ff.cioesby **
.t annual Fair of the South Carolina Plain and black will present 1111 accounts and vouchers, and aadarepreperrdteff" !
; Institute figured Bareges and
aCharleston. liasuaa creditors
!%, entitled *
*, to distri *
: ; ., The Cotton ginard on ,these Gin. re. Plan .- eokred Furniture, Chain, &0. ply to the Judge of Probate of Leon :County otherwise interested in the estate of orders for article moat I Ij in*,at wkejeaake_ I.*-t

. ,.I reived the. first Premiums at Ihe exhibition held i in I Embroidered MnsCos aDd Organdies "TT7E have just received from New York per Brie final discharge from my administration -of the late of Jefferson County, Florida de oDtheavMtacconnedatinftenBKr ot KU,'t .
II of Gabriel BzittlsVdecc.aed.V We have also few doe to as
; a account yet
CharlttlOD.Sooth Carolina,and at every Fair where Plain and Printed Lawns .vv Suwannee a further. np'of handsome and notified to exhibit their claims and '
p ,. aamp| aof Cotton from them have been exhibited. II 0 Challys superior Furniture.' v eifi; t NATHAN HOLT Adm'r. two years from thie date to the m> year 1849. They are generally. 'aaat..

The ''Proprietor have in their possession nuroer Plaid striped and Cambric Ginghams We are now opening i at oar $toritare. ''Rooms to .May 8,1852. 18 6m the sun wdl ba barred;and all buttfthewhoIeconldbcpaidabertlv.Lfartovtardsljiuidatinf

OUt certificate-;from Planters Cotton Brokers Com Lace Cavpaa, Oollars and Ouflh which we invite attention, *" '_ stud deceased, arc to penons make certain V V ..iihKfc$gfcJune
requested V V
; ; 4 BiMBteji ,Merchant and Mvnofacrorera of Cotton Thread lisle and Muilhi Edgings and Inserting, Oval and Plain Back Sofia Notice.. & tit V ..LwJsVA.,. ., '

Goods, testifying that iba performance of the Gins, Black Lace and Cliwtula Veils Tote a Totes and Divans' A LL persons indebted to the' estate of Edwin JOYNER/Qualified Executrix. 8.1850.. t. V ':.

and the Camples produced by (hen,cannot be cxt Kid Li.lo and Twiated Silk Glorea and Mittens Quartette and Book Stands Folker, late of Monroe County deceased'are May 8, 186!. '18 8m PI V W8.
I I celled by any Gins ever manufactured ,;. Linen Cambrics and Lawn Handkerchief Work Stands and Ottomans'-; tat Li!. quested.to oome forward tad settle the same; and .

; j AU orders for Gins, given either to our travelling Cape Soaifi and Laoe Visettea. Of Chan,ire have a peat variety. Now opening personn,creditors legatees Ac, entitled to ; Notice. JUST reOTTa4 per-.:C lin'i.t>"55 ;!

nr3.catA.n1.ortorward.dto1be' Proprietors b:>' _ALSO- Jenny Lind Cottage Chain, :' tion of and from tho said estate are hereby creditor. PIow *.stsdi10O; wVI**."* -

: joail.will always receive prompt attention.. .GIn Bonnet.. Cap and Belt Ribbons, AstorGiH '- da, do. that their chaznis and demuiIa'm.. barred at otlienrwe intonated legatee entitled to distn- ,300 ixtra PIoWNltt: ':PI'Newpcdruti. V

wiLl be wnt! to any part of the country and war Black'and*loml.Satin and Lnatera do. Fancy Cane Beat 'daWht expiration ot two yean from the date. berfeof UDI ,. late at: Jeftrto. in the'estate of !II.S. \$ t ,. =

.rant.4Ioiq aitisfacllon. Neck TWe a Neck RibUw, Oak aod Wamu. do. exhibited Iit.hlntMtpeioItV.V 1 rmr-by notified, > Connty.. Florida, I' .".<' ,
,s-; JOS. L* DUl ON..A.nt, Tallabaesee. 'SUk jiTSL.$ 'VeJm'd" Rash Bottdnaad Rose Wood Chairs CHARGES'HOME, Jr.'Executor. wilhi two to., <*Ubtt claim.- :.LoIa ..tr .3i f>
,ColunbajGa.., March 1U'l- iii._ | and V .- : Key,Weal; May ,SlUf, V tQ 8t >u from rWdat.totb* >
Holland.Trfwrdt do
1 __ _" Fringe. ,sn..L..Rd. the Mine will be owredTaod aU ieT- A LARGE'A IU t "lW jp'sf7AW'id > ':
r-I .
-- : V
ether with other fancy. articles. which
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: > : BooUi:.and ;8hoe. you will ptew'lIIDi: 'belnco:miking'your r a"1 and to.. ,. : V ary.! : tHTtfMMWM..w ;_' -ild., aro'. mar" .GOO..J)1-\w1'AtIJl." s

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