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Coi-i MiiiA, Nov. 25, 8 p. in.
Tlio Legislature con veiled lliis day. In the
Senato lion. 11. F. W. Alston was elected l're-ideiit?tho
voto being for Alston,'27; Moses, 11.
A memorial of Mr. Black was presented contesting
the seat of Gen. Ad inn as Senator from
ltichland District. Gen. Ad.nn indignantly denied
tlio allegations of the memorial, and it was
laid on the table for the present.
Tho Senate adjounicl at '2 p. in.
In the House C'ol. James Simons was elected
Speaker on the '2nd ballot?the vote being (or Simons,
01; Middleton 53. Tho subordinate oll!s:oi\s
were not voted for.
Both Houses have voted to invito the 1 ton. L.
Cbovoa ton seat within the bar, an 1 a canon; will
l?o hold this evening at 7 o'clock, to devise suitabio
arrangements for his reception.
i C<)Lfiini.\, Nov. 25, 0. p. in.
A cauciu of the member* of tlie Legislature
w?U held this evening. Mr. Mazy ok of the Senate
in the Chair, and Mr. Hiehttrdson of the llouso
Mr. Carew of the Senate sub:uitted a resolution
for the appointment of a Committee to invite the
Hon. Lan.^don Cheves to a public dinner to-morrow
at I o'clock.
The ro?olution wa* seconlelhy Mr. Memmiujjcr
of the House, and unaiiinioudv adopted.
Tlu Chair appo'n^o 1 Me< -is. C new, Memminger,
.Iolm<on, Sullivan, Kvuiw, >1 dams, and Wil
Jut hoi i tl\? Committee.
Mr. Clio vim litis signifi-vl his acceptance of the
invitation Char. C'our.
The British mail steam ship Niagara,
Cnpt. Stone, fro ti Liverpool, Nov. 0, ar
rived at 0 o'clock 22nJ inst. at at Now
Spain.?The Madrid Cortes wasi open
r<l by the Queen in person on the 31st ult.
Her Majesty, in her speech, expressed satisfaction
at beipg able to announce the Imp
tM* iwi.ncl !il\liol\mnn( aI w.l??
| ? y |\I V.1?III/HC1||IU\.UV VI VU|'I'MII????V I V i(UI<7ilO
with Great Britain, in a manner worthy of
Italy.?Letters from Uomo on the 20th
lilt. slate that ill c Tiber lias overflowed scv
oral parts of the city* and lias lisen 2<r> feet
nbovo the ordinary level. Letters from
Turin announce that the Pope Ins excomiminicnted
IIkssk Uasski..?The Bavarian army,
consisting of 8,000 men. accompanied by
1,000 Austrian i itles, and 20 field pieces,
entered the city of Hannu on the 1st. immediately
afterwards the Hessian soldiers
left the city, and proceeded by way of
Vl'llhlffort In Riu>l.'nnlinim niwl Pini?l??-iin,
A regiment of Prussian troops reached
tlic town of Ciisscl on the 2nd, after a forced
march. These troops were sent oil* as
soon as intelligence was received that the
Austrumsand Bavarians had entered the
electtfhtto on the opposite Fide.
No news from Wilholmslnd had reached
Casscl, hut it was stated that all the lies
sian oflicors had at length received their (lis
missal. General llaynau. too, has resigned
his comnuml. The Prussian General,
Von ;(lcr Grobcsi, has issued a general order,
in which he states that he wishes to
cileet a junction of three divisions in Ilesse,
and on its frontiers, before he accepts o bat
le from the Bavarians, hut. that if any of
his divisions were attacked, they ou .'U lo
act independently and repulse the em >!Y.
AusrniA.?From Vienna we learn of the
2nd inst. that Gen. Iiridetzky and other
military chiefs have been summoned to attend
a grand council of war at Vienna.
Tho Austrian army against. Prussia is to he
increased until it musters 180,000 men, and
among them 130 squadrons of horse, at
Accounts from Vienna dated the 3d inst.
state that n Federal army of execution, com
posed of Austrian, Bavarians and Hanoverians,
was to be bout to HoUtein, and
will proceed to cnforco the obcdionce of the
llolstein army to the commands of thecentrol
power, and the efleeted, the King of
Denmark will be re-instated in his rights as
Duke of llolstein and Lauenbarg, al hough
the two Duchies will of eourse bo obliged to
discharge their duties towards the Confederation,
of which they form an internal
part. Should Prussia offer nny resistance
to the march of the allied troops, n wai is
inevitable, us Anstria is determined to perform
her fc'eral duties, lot the result be
what it may.
Prussia.?A telegraphic despatch, dated
Berlin, November 0; states that the
Duke of Brimdonbnrgh, Prime Minister,
died that morning. The resignation ofM.
Von Badowitz is confirmed.
Turkey.?A revolution has broken out
in Bosnia. Nearly all the Mussulmans
1 invo joined tlie insurgents; Itavas Parlm is
the chief o?tli3 insuncction, and the city of
Mostnr is being beseiged by Om6r Pasha
nt the bend of a Turkish army of 24 battalions.
* Ho has 33 heftyy guns, and is accompanied
by n corps of German, Polish
und Magyar refugees. Gen. Bern and
Hndi Uaslmw have received orders to join
In the face of these events,, nn Austrian
i AC /vf 1 K AAA
\vwi j?a \j< vvnvi tudivii ut IM uuill?r
concentrated in tho fifcnties towns of Scm)i:>
The New Orleans Oresscent asks
what the agitators want? In this re
gion, they want to be letalone. They
want the North to be just. They
want some lifo put into tho fngative
Jaw. They want peace; they want ag
itation because they think it will en
K?l. i o a. .1 :4_
iifjinuii uiu ooiiiiiuru mum?mine
southern men and thus furnish better
guarantees of justice hereafter, or,
tailing to get that, a better position to
enforce it. If the Crescent will show
that the South has got all these things,
or that evil is to come from enlighten
ing the public, then there will be some
pertinency in its question.?Mobile
Tho Ashoville Messenger of the
20th inst. says:
"Wo have been informed that the
wife of Rev. Mr. Morrison, of Valley
ltiver, was killed a few days since hy
nil Indians but are not certain, of the
; The Masques, or people of the Pyrenees,
says a Paris letter writer have
been taken with a sudden desire to em
j igralc to America. A large number
of them are now in Bordeaux, about
to .j il for New Orleans. They are
till; deseedant:: of the old (Joths who
l _ I.' 1 t?
i uvcran otniin rranee ana apaiu.
At last accounts from Europe,
Germany was the tlicatro of grand
military proposition movements, but
the" crisis1' was still clolayed.
( Another paper is about to bo comniencemeneed
at Washington city. Il
is a daily, to be called The Constitution,
published by Robert Farnham&
Co., as the organ of the great I'nion
| Party of the 1 nted Stales. This will
make four dailies at the seatofgovernment,
each represent ing a party.
A musket may bo fired through a
pane of glass making the hole the size
j of the ball without cracking the glass
if the g'ass be suspended by a thread
il will make 110 difference, and the
thread will not even \ibrale
Jenny Lirnl.?Wo learn from the
National Intelligencer that Jenny
land will leave \\ ashington for Char
legion sihmit the Till) December, and
will continue here until the last oi
i Januarv. when kIio will lr?sivi> ill ihn
; steamship Isabel, for Havana.
A Turkish battle ship, named the
! Oapitnn Pasha exploded at Constan
tinople, and kilcd and wounded 1,000
NVo regret lo notice, by a Mobile
paper, that tin; lady ol Hon. Selh
Barton died with cholera a few days
since in New Orleans.
P <D S T10 if IV,
i Lbcislaturk.?Scconrf Day.?In
the Senate, W. E. Martin was o!ecled
Clerk, J. T- Goodwin Heading
i Clerk; and the Messrs. Cailliard*
! Messenger and Door Keeper.
In the House, T \Y. Glover was
I elected Clerk and A. (>. Baskins,
Reader; Il-.iys and May Messencrei
and Door keeper, The Governor's
Message was read in both I louses.
1 after wliictT a resolution was offeree!
by Mr. Menuninger and adopted
setting apart Friday tbe Olh Decern
t her as a day ol fastir^. iiumilintioi
1 and prayer, in consideration ol" the
alarming state of pur Federal relalions.
No olhnr hnsim xs i\\
was transacted by either House.
(* UV E R NOR" S M ESS A C?E.
We have received the Ciovcrnor^
Message, but too late to examine 01
comment on it at present. So far as
we have looked into it, we regard il
as a strong, statesman-like document
He commends the merit of citade
Acadmies, and suggests the establish
ment of depots for military stores and
instruments of war at Anderson C. H
Spartanburg C. II., and Marion, un
der charge of a limite! number o]
young men commanded by a gradI
uate of the Military academy. Re
j commends the appointment of a su!
nnrint mutant of frpn sr*hnr?ls. mwl iriv.
ing to the hoards of commissioned
power to raise funds for educational
purposes?the revising of the criminal
code under a commission of three jurists?condemns
1 he restrictions here
tofore imposed on chartered companies
for manufacturing purposes, recommending
a general law .pn the
subit ct?and a reduction of the rate
of interest on money?urges thene
j cessity ofa drainage law, and a board
j to remove obstruction., rom streams;
I J? ft PI* rnhpni'Kinff Jlirt inniiifiril/1 n/>tc r*<
injustice and oppression heaped on
us by tbe Northern majorities he
concludes Mho Congressot the U. S.
is no longer to be the executor of the
will of co-sovereign States, but of a
party banded together by sectional
aggrandizement and public plunder.1
He aslerts the necessity of a reorganization
of our political system on
a surer basis?advise,s tho remedy of
I joint Stn/c action for redress of common
grievances, but reminds us that
! nothing should "induce us io abnn*
; don the right of deciding ultimately
on our own destiny."
We shall be able to 1/iy this truly
: able document before our readers
[ next week.
Coi.l'MDIA, NOV. 21' 1850.
Our cotton market opened this morning
w?th (i good fteling?buyers Inking holq
freely nt yesterday's quotations. During
the day, wo received tho news brought out
by the Niagara, of on 1-8 to ft l-4d dcclinc
in the Liverpool mrtrket up to tho Oth iust.
which caused our mnf1tct to close heavily
nt 3*8 to a 1-2 decline 550 bnlcs changed
bands, nt prices ranging from 12 1-8 to
|* The Baltimore Sun, iii a despatch fiom
, one of its correspondents, learns from good i
i authority that (he lonir report of the Secretary
of the Treasury will show an avis |
picious condition of financial affairs. .
A modification of (lie taiill' will be re- j
commended in regard to some particulars, '
but no increase of duties. I
The message of Fillmore, it is said, will be
Mr. Kobort W'elTli, of Tolnoss,'
who is totally blind, cultivates and 1
rears with liisown hands the varieties;
offlowers in their seasons distinguish (
the most beautiful from the inferior, :
and points out theirqualities toaston- *
islie(l beholders. His pinks, tulips, J
are the admiration of connoisseurs.
j Maruikd:?Onlilst i st.byRov.il
Wm Carlisle, Mu. S. IF. Lvngston !1
| to Miss Lucy J. oldest daughter of 1
;A.O. Norris, Esq., all of Anderson
At 'Walhalla,1 on 21th inst. by \V.
n / 1 ' i n - ^
unsnam, ii.sq-, JMn. Hkxxixo Sii>
kerx of Charleston to I\liss Fraxces
Fricks of this District.
On k21st inst., by Rev. J. R. linn- *
nirutt, Mr. Wm. McDixxiEto Miss
Rachel Saxders, all of this District.
In Wilmington, N. C., on ilio 18th inst. I
by Hov Dr. Drnno, Gkn. Waddy Tiiomt- !
son, of S. C., to Miss Couxki.ia, eldest
dnughtcr of Col. John D. Jones.
i "NOTICE. i
TIIF heirs at law of Nancy Fer- '
gnson. de\l., are hereby notified to
In* and appear in the court of Ordinary
on 'Jnd Monday in January next
to make, a settlement v ill) the Executor
of the last will and testament of
Ci. FERGUSON, ExV. I
Pickens C. H., Nov. 17, 1850.
.! sowtmek-n p&rmor,
Touts Plui.isiikd at U ui:-.:.n vii.li-:, ?S. (J.
' I ^ j
Tl is proposed (o issue an Indepcn!
dent Tri-Weekly and \\ rckly NewsIMWSfW
II* i\\r\ r\l% ^ l?./w???? .11- ^ '
. ... ...v; J U1I II III VUL-I.-HVIIIUI O.
to bo styled "Ti-ik Soi tiikkx
Patriot,'1 devoted to oinmerco, !
Agriculture, Manufactures, Politics, '
Literature, Science, and the general
improvement of the country in all
her Industrial Pursuits?defending
the Rights of flic South, the /''edcral
('(institution, and the Integrity of the
Union of the States?and opposing
i the Anti-Republican, ruinous and cor-f
; rupiiiig poncy 01 nouiii Carolina s |,
coiuinuin# in the hazards and speculntion
of Hanking. !
I l*The Soulliern Patriot11 lias originated
with, and belongs to anasso-,
j ciation of gentlemen, who own near- i
ly a thousand slaves, and are worth :
> several hundred thousand dollars.?
: This should ^oc regarded by tin1: com-1
j, munity, independent of their honor,
, ! their lives and characters, as some j
guaranty of Fidelity to the South, |
; and ai least as an earnest ol tlieir in- |
' ; terest in tlie Justice, Wisdom, and
i Stability of the Government.
I The Proprietors are under the imi
pressioni ib&t (he growing importance I
! of our 'lTOvn?its heavy Mercantile
' | and Manufacturing business, the anI
ticipated Railroad facilities, and our
present Mail arrangements, together
with the general Intelligence, Pros- !
perity and Patriotism of our District,
mn<;t inciim oiiponea ? 'IV.
1 weekly Newspaper?giving to the
business community the news and
; Telegraphic Despatches, sooner than
they can he received through the
; Tri.wepkly city papers.
j The undersigned have been charg,
ed, by the Proprietors, with the Kditorial
Department of "The Southern
Patriot.11 It is not without re 1
1 I ir>( II lbr?4 ntitmmn 'I'." ~
!uviu?vv niut uu;jr uosuiiii; una ^1 (IVC
responsibility; but having done so,
, neither time, labor, nor energy, shall
be wanting to make the Paper wor- >
thy of public patronage. Arrange- 1
ments will be made to have Correspondents
in Washington and other
cities?giving intelligence m advance
of tlie press?and the Prices Current,
and state of the Charleston,-Columbia,
Hamburg and Greenville Markets
will be regularly and correctly (
"The Southern Patriot11 will
I be issued on superior paper, neatly
and beautifully printed, with new <
and clear type, at Three Dollars per !
annum for the Tri-weckly, payanla
in advance. The Weekly Paper
will he a large sheet, containing sub- J
stantiallv the same matter as the
Tri-weekly, for One Dollar and Fifty 1
Cents per annum, payable in advance.
. This will be the cheapest j
Newspaper of its size and quantity j
oi 1DHU91' in souin (Jaroiina?and is ?
1 intended to reach those points of the \j
. country whose mail (acUities are
, I Any agent forwarding ten sub- 1
i j^crihars to either paper, shall reccive
! a cony gratuitously.
j Tne publication of "The South- !
ern Patriot" will commence on
lltn fir.ul nf lanuoru novl
B. P. PERRY, ) r,...
C. J. ELKOIID, \ Ed,torSl
Greenville, S. C., Nov. 1,4850.
. 27 |
RELIGIO US NO TICE.
Rrcv. E. Ani>i-:iison will preach at
bachelor's Retreat on the 1st Sab- \
?ath in December next, and on Sat 1
inlay evening previous at candle 1
A LI. person indebted to mc at !(
/\ 1 folly Iliil, can save cost by j ^
ailing and settling their notes antl ; '
iccounts very noon, as longer indul-! 1
re nee will not bo given, 'i'his is no
J. J. I-IOWAUD.
llolly IIill,jSov. Gill 18;i0.
l\ S.?1 would also inform tin;
luhlie that Sugar, Coffee, S:dt, Bagring
and Rope can be had hero on j
J. J. ii.
SoITtIf cakobii\a. i
I - - >.. nns. .4
u ic in'iias tPint s'n; i i
ix i:qi ( v. j
I'enj. I'\ Kilpalrick )
uul wile and others, }
vs ) Hill <br Part.
1'hom. 11 Jones & (
wile, and others. <>
II appearing lo my satisfaction, '
I hat Thomas 11. Jones, David Jones, :
Susan C. Jones, Lueinda J.Jones, 1
l?ehe~ea C. Jones, Nancy Jones,!'
Martha M. Jones and Matilda C.
Jones; defendants to this Dill, children
of Hart well Jone^, and Mary.
I.* . I i r r i % r i
iii.s deceased vvne, lormeny iviary i
Stiihling; unci heirs at law of Jesse ;
Strihling dec/d. late of this District, j
reside from and without the limits of!
On motion of IT. ('. Young Comp.
Sol. It is ordered that the said do- i
fendants do appear and answe or i
demur to said ttill of complaint, with<i
111 uiiur; niuiiuiK mini mis nuiu, Ol'
Ihcir consent to the same will be laken
M. M. NORTON, c. K. i\ n.
Gomm'rs Qflicc, )
Nov. 7, ISjO. f 25?Sin j
S 1! BTK I FF S SAL KS,
HV VlUTVtf OF NVIIITS OK KIEKI FACIAS TO
Will lie sold before die Court-house
in Pickens District, within the legal
hours, on the first Monday and Tues-!
day in December next:
On Tuesday after Sale-day, at the
defendants residence: one? Sorrel
Stallion, one blind mare, one sorrel
mare, Buggy and Harness, 100 hush- j
els corn, 500 bundles fodder, some j
shucks, 1 fat hogs, 4 cows and calves,
2 yearlens, 1 cherry table, lot tin i i
ware, lot crockery, 0 chairs, 1 mans
i 11 i ? *
snuuie, i plough and gear, 1 mat toe,
J weeding lioes, ii axes, 1 hatchet,
I pair steelyards, pair copper scales
and weights, 1 pair saddlebags; levied
on as the property ol'Eppes Williams
at the suit ofS. Li. McFall.
\ Q A Acres land, more or less j
Hr** lying on the waters of Coneross,
rftljoinin?r lands of James Jonkins,
(i. W. Philips and others, levi- i
ed on as the property of A. W. Cior-!
.1.... ~ i i* i *i i> mi
11w11 iu 11in suu 01 jonn f 1 uompson,
Jane his wife, and others.
A likely yellow Fellow about 20
years of age. And at defendants
residence on Tuesday after Sale day,
200 bushels Corn and 20 bushels |
Wheat, all levied on as the property l
of A. W. Holcomb at the suit of
John 15 >wcn and Thornton, Benson, j
i uiuiiasuis uu nay lor UUOS.
J. A. DOYLE, S. P. D.
Nov. 9, 1850.
r jj ft Subscribers will rent for 1851'
i to the highest bidder, on 2nd
December next, the Plantation for
un'iiy u ty uru >>y JiiiD' 1'ji i/.(liH'l ll
Striblinff, dcc\l., lying on Gunc
T. M. & M. S. STIUBLINjG, J
Nov. 1(5, 1850. 20 Bst
Euisto, Oct. I5lh, 1050.
r|7HE Third Brigade of Cavalry'
JL and 1 no unitorm I orps o! the
23d Regiment of infantry are ordered
to parade for Review and Drill at I
Columbia on Wednesday? the 4th of
The Troops will be ready for review
at twelve o'clock* M.
The Major General and Brigadier
Generals of the 3d Division will at-1
tend with their respective suites.
All the Aids-de-camp of his Excel
lency Governor aeanrook, arc required
lo bo in atendance fully equip
The Brigadier Gene al of (ho 3d
Brigade of Cavalry and the Colonel
of the 3d Regiment of Infantry will j
extend this order to their respective |
J3y order of the commander-in-chief'
J. W. CANTEY;
Aclj't & Insp'r Gen. j
All tho papers in the State will;
*:n <i? ,1.... ~c
iiipuj t mu:c a vvuuh uu uiu uuj ui iu*
Oct. 31. 25 lawldr.
Officers and Soldiers (or their surviving
willows or children) who servm
1 in any of the late wars, are entiled
to Bounty Lands. I will attend
M'omptl) to claims ol that character,
\nd Hatter myself (hat several years
experience in this business, attended
villi great success, will be a sufficient
ruaranty to those having claims, to
intrust '.hem to my hands.
M." M. NORTON.
Pickens C. ll^Oc'.. 15, 1850.
mutual consent we have
i ) agreed that on the first day of
January next we will discontinue our
business at this place. All persons
indebted to us will please make arrangements
to pay us by that lime.
1M / ' 1 I ? ?
i uc vicons wo now nave on nana
ivo will sell at vcrv reduced prices.
Pickens C. 11., Oct. 1, 2lMf
rpilK Undersign take tliis method
fl. of calling the altcntion of purchasers
to a large stock of (iroecries,
both in Augusta (>a., and Hamburg
S. C. Consisting in part of
l>ot!i <!?iamay :mb<3
Wusuloe; 'I I to 16 iuctu's
wmic, atui Sieavv.
ESttl* Rope aitd 'D'wi tie.
s uaAii coFFEf: sa l v in o x
Muhisscsy Cheese, Markcrcl,
Flour, Bacon, Nails superior quality.
CANDLKS, TALLOW, AND PATENT
MOULD, of all kinds,
Sole Leather, Oak tanned,
and Hemlock, do,
Powder, Shot, Lead, Soap, Starch,
Indigo and Madder
Negro Shoes, and Blankets of the
heaviest and host quality.
IIomespjltn, Calicoes, &c. &c.
All ol'which we will sell at the very
lowest prices of the Augusta and
Orders from Georgia, Alabama,
and South Carolina will be thankfully
received, and filled at the lowest
prices.? Orders addressed to IIovvaid,
McDonald cV. Co.. either to Augusta
or Hamburg, will meet with
J. J. HOW ARD.
C. M< DONALD.
T. M. BR1NDLEY.
(KrThe Laurensvillc Herald, and
Hamburg' Republican will please
copy out; month.
Oct. 4, 1850. 120-11
Remaining in the Post OH ice ;il
i1 Vr n i:?- ?>n.u
ivnunu v/? N^UdlUI riming ?>VJl i 1
September, which if not taken out
within three months will he sent to
the Post Oflice Department as dead
Elisha Alexander; Daguarean Artist;
Anna Calhoun or Watson Collins;
J. C. Clayton;
Bright Cilstrap; F. Garvin.
John Holedn John Ilurd; James
ITolrlon: YTrs. Mnvv A. f Tmmw>nH
W. T. Holland, 2; John Hudson sr;
J. C. Hughes.
James Keith jr.
Dr. Thomas Lee; James II. Lesley;
John Mongould; James McGuflin;
David McLellan; Robt. Maxwell jr.
O. W. Norris.
a i ? j. luuuiin^ iy?t iu x i v;oii:y
Miss Margret Rogers; W. R. Rice;
T. L. Roach *2; CalcD Robertson; L.
Stephen Smith; Win. Sisemore;
JeriT, or Jeremiah Satterfield.
J. V. Trimmier; Epps Williams;
Tames YoungbJood; J. Yoiing; T. A.
E. E. ALEXANDER. P. M.
OCT WE are authorised to announce
Capt. John Geurin as a anrlidafn
Sheriff of Pirkons "Ditrirt
at the ensuing election.
EXEC ITIVEDEPA R TMEIS T
IOdisto, Oct. 15, 18")0.
rI^HE following Troops arc invited
j 1. to parade at Columbia on VV ed(
nessday, the 1th ol' December nest.
The 1st Regiment of Artillery.
The Uniform companies of the KJtli
and 17ili Regiments of Infantry.
Tho tid Rniriniont of (invalrv.
f T * I W T * ^ ( ^
llie unuortn companies of Sum!
ter, Kershaw; Lancaster, Fairfield,
j Newberry, J -exington and all other
i LnifOi in corps that may liud it conveniem
Such of the Troops as may be climposed
to accept tlu, invitation are requested
to report to the Adjutant
and Inspector General at Golumbiu
i on or before 1st day of December,
and state if Tents are preferred by
: any?if so, they will be pitched for
The Major and Brigadier Generals
of (he Slate with their suites p.re rei
speclfully invited to attend.
Hy order of the comm 111 ler-in-ohief
j, w. cjantey,
Adj't. and Lispr (Jen.
All the papers in the state will
copy once a week till day of review.
Oct. 31 25?lawlcir
A ' ) Tr* i ;ii nTos??> i 1r\nr??
u~i u rj v>_s> ri iru^wuiij
& A Z l? T T IE a
T11 I'j subscribers have commenced tiio
I publication of a New Weekly Paper for
families, with the'above title, under the entire
control of T. S. Arthur, who will concentrate
upon it all, or nearly all, of his litI
ovary labors. The design of ibis paper is
clearly expressed in the title?"Home Gazette.'!
It will be, emphatically a paper
for the home circle?a household companion?a
pleasant fireside friend, coming to
all with a cheerful countenance, and seek
ing, while it imports instruction, to enteri
tain and interest nil classes of readers. A
leading1 feature of tlic "Home Gazette" will
lie a series of Original Nouvelettes by the
10d tor, who will furnish some four or livo
picitures of domestic life, written in his best
style, for every volume. The "Home Gdx.ctte"
will be the organ of no party nor
seel; nor will il be the exponent of any of
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INT THE COMMON PLEAS.
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f Perry <fe Keith,
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Clerk's Office, )
January 1, 1850. \ .13-1 y