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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: April 16, 1853
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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LAWS OF FLORIDA. : amount of said judgment and costs : Provided, always, .iiY the'stockholders of said sad if 00 .f r' 1 A. '"
That if company, any vacancy stock in a,Railroad to beconstractedrfrom' h0rctjr4)fPensacola | 1 ,
either
--- .-S... party1shall, upon the return thereof, be dissatisfied hal occur by death. resignation or otherwise, of'any PresIdellt or any other point orjx->ints on :the iftttiers of'Peiisa-
they may, upon filing bond, with good and sufficicnt or Director, before the year for which the -are c1ec} := cola Bay, in Florida, to the.:Jiorth line of the Stale iif the direction
ACT to incorporate the Pensncola and Georgia Rail Road security in such the Court order be allowed ted shall have '
.t$' Company. sum as may expired, such vacancy shall be filled bv the of the city,of Montgomery, :Alabama; ,.any three of ,.
SECTION';: : 1.; Bitit enacted ly the Senate and Jfoicte' of an appeal to the next term of the Circuit Court, when President and Directors, or a majority ofthem, and" that whom are authorized to open ,books for',the purpose of receiving -
Jleprc en;,\lfth'\ (>8 of the State (of Florida "in General AsHiaWy said case shall stand for trial de novo: Provided, also, the President and Directors shall hold their office until subscriptions to the c-apita1stock. of f.aicfCompa- y i
convened!, That Owen Si. Avery, H. F. Ingraham, Thirty days notice shall have been given to the opposite their;, successors are chosen and qualified, shall have,power at such times and places) (not,exceedin nitro months after r .
Henry Hyer, W. II. Chase. B. D. Wright, Walker Ander- 1 party, issued by the Clerk of the Court, and served by the to call meetings of stockholders at any time, and a majority the passa -of this Act,) as they may,think proper, upon. j,
Felt and Joseph Sierra, of Pensacola ; Joseph Forsvth L. I Sheriff of the County. of, stockholders shall, have power to 'remove the President giving:public notice,thereof not leas than t'fEnt1.daJi) ','and i.
:>. :Amos, "11lia1l1} J. Ke ly ser, L. M. Attaway' JmlCs'I. : SEC. 10. Be it furtlierenacted, That the jurors summoned ,or any Directors, and to till all vacancies occasionedby shall keep the same open until the whole :capital! stock is + '
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Laiidrum, and John Chain, of Santa Rosa County ; D. G. as aforesaid, (before proceeding to the discharge of the removals at pleasure. subscribed : Provided, That the boots shallrbe closed ,j
McLane: John Morrison, James McLane, Giles Bowers, duties herein required,) shall take an oath or affirmation, SEC. 7. Be it further enacted, That the said Presidentand within five'years. a' l
and J. W. Bowers, of Walton County; A. Gillis, T. Jones, administered: by the Sheriff, that they will well and truly Directors, or a majority of them, may appoint all such SEC. 2. Be further enacted, That the capital stockof: '
\ ('. Broxsoijk, and D. Fennell, of Holmes; Nicholas A. Long, inquire into, and to the best of their judgment assess the officers, engineers, agents, or servants whatsoever, as they said Company may be three, hundred thousand dollars, I t t
Thomas 'r. White, George :F. Baltzell, 'Jl1IWS J. Pittmaii, damages accruing to the owner or owners of such lands or I I I mays dcem,necessary to carry on the business of said Company with the privilege of increasing it to seven hundred'th u- t .
Benjamin Wynn. John Iloulhae, William. MeXeally, and i i.lames materials, or p lands and materials, by means of the proposed dismiss them"at, pleasure, and a majority of them sand dollars, should such an increase be found neC86S&rV'i 1 t
: L. G.Baker, of Jackson JlUlh., be and thl"are construction. shall determine the compensation of all officers, engineers, i for its construction and future management. and shall be 1
}hereby constituted Commissioners; to open' books mid receive SEC 11. Be it farther enacted, That the said lands or and 'servants' of said Company ; shall have power to pass divided into shares of one hundred dollars:eich.SKC. i
"subscriptions for stock:; in a Railroad to be constructed other property so condemned] ana estimated as aforesaid, I all by-laws which they may deem necc s'eryand proper for : 3. Be further enacted, That said ,Railroad may
from the city of Pensacola or any other point or pointson shall inure to and become the property of said Company, : exercising the powers vested in this Company, for carry at any point connect or intersect with any other Railroad i t
the waters of the Pen ncola Bay, in Florida, and running tor the purpose aforesaid, upon the payment by the said I ing into effect the objectsof Act : Providedonly, That or Roads within the State of Florida. 1
thence in an Eastwardly direction to the Western or Company of the amount assessed by said jury to the party such by-laws] shall not be contrary to the ]lawn of this State Six 4. Be it further enacted, That as soon as one hundred
Southern boundary: line of the} State of Georgia, any three claiming damages on account of the construction of said or of the United States ; and said President and Directors, I I thousand dollars shall have been subscribed to the
(whom may open books at such times and places as they Road through said lands, or for such other property : l''l'ot'"ded or majority' of them, are empowered to borrow money to capital stock of said Company, the subscribers, of 'said ,
may think proper' upon giving not less that twenty days': That said work shall} in nowise: be delayed on account : carry into effect the objects of this Act, to issue i certificates I I t! stock, their successors and assigns, shall be and they grin ,
1 public notice thereof and shall keep the same open until ut'the proceedings had as aforesaid. or other evidences of such loan, and to pledge] the property !! hereby declared to be incorporated into a Company; by tho ..a,
the whole capital stock is subscribed. SEC. 12.: He. further enacted, That [fin case! ] any per- of said company for the payment of the same with! the i interest. name of the Pensacola Railroad Company; and by that x 4
'' Be. it enacted That the stock son shaH wilfully injure or obstruct:; in any degree said '
SFC. further capital of name shall be capable in law of purchasing holding, leasing c
be million five hundred Road, he shall forfeit and pay to the President and Directors SEC.: S. Be it further enacted That the said President
thousand
said Company may one t selling, and conveying real, personal, :and mixed'pro- ;,
dollars, with thc privilege' of increasing it, if necessary, to of sail Company} three times the amount of all damages I and Directors shall have: power to require the stockholders perty, so far as shall be necessary for the:purpose of this
three million five hundred thousand dollars:: divided into they may curtain in consequence} thereof, to be sued of said Company to pay such instalments on their respective I I incorporation, and by said incorporated nanH may'sue and, 1 ,.
of shares of the Board for and recovered in the same manner as provided by law I shares of stuck in said and at such times and t
nich number as a majority of DirecA Company, i i be sued, plead and be impleaded, answer be answered
tors may determine. for individuals in like case ; and on complaint to any mag- cither in money, materials, labor, provisions, or otherwise, unto, in any Court of Law or Equity'in this State, or elsewhere -
. SEC. 3. Be it further" enacted. That ,aid Railroad shall istrate within whose jurisdiction such offence shall be committed as they may think best for the interest of said Company, II I' and to have and use a common seal, and the same
j extend from the city of Pensacola, or any other point or I it shall be the duty of such magistrate to bind the and!upon the failure or refusal of any stockholder to pay I I to alter or amend at pleasure, to pass such by-laws, rules i F
points on the waters of the Pensacola Bay, running Eastwardly person or }persons so offending, with sufficient ,security, for thc instalment: required 011 his, her or their stock, in pursuance and ordinances for the good government of said corporation -
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the his or their good behavior, for' a }period of not less than one of caB made said President and Directors :.
to borne point' on boundary line between the : any by as to them may seem proper, and generally'all
States"of Florida and Georgia, to he determined by a majority year ; and such offender shall also be subjected to indictment Ui aforesaid, said President and Directors mar, upon giviun I things necessary to"carry into effect fully,and completely '
of the Board! of Director said Company. and .shall be sentenced: at the discretion of the Court, thirty days notice, proceed to bell at public sale the the object of this i Act. pl
loX' 4. Be it further cnaetid* That a* soon as five hundred to be imprisoned not less: than three nor more than six I share or shares of said stock owned by said stockholder, or SEC. 5. Be it further enacted, That as soon as one hundred i
thousand dollars shaH have been subscribed: : to the months. I such} part as they may think proper, to the highest bidder ; J thousand: dollars shall have been subscribed and ten r"'
of said the subscribers SEC. 13.: Be It further enacted, That in the constructionof | and if a sale of the shares of stock owned said defaulting i
capital stock Company: :: of :said: stock, 1 upon by [per cent.] paid thereon in cash, the Commissioners hereby
their successors and assigns, shall be, and they arc hereby, said Railroad, the President and Directors id'said Company I stockholder, said stock should be sold for 'more appointed} shall call a meeting of the subscribers at such
declared to be a body corporate, by the name and style of l shall [in] no manner instruct:: any }public road now than the amount due upon instalments as above mentioned, time and place as they may appoint, and at such meeting ;
the" Pensaeola and Georgia Railroad Company} ," and by I established: but shall provide convenient 1 passages to travel the ,excess, after deducting accruing interest and the necessary the aid subscribers, or a majority of those holding a majority -
Fait! corporate name hall bc capable iu law ofpurchasing, over said road. expenses of sale, shall be paid over to said defaulting of shares in said Company.z shall elect nine Directors by i
holding, leasing, selling, and conveying real, personal, and SEC. 14. tie further enacted, That the said Company stockholder.SKC. ballot to manage the affairs of said Company, and the Commissioners -
mixed p JJ"lJpcrty, a8 may be necessary tor the pnrpo5c I of shall have full power and authority to carry such Railroadover 1 : 9. Bt it further encictrd, That the President and aforesaid, or any three of them, shall be judges a
this incorporation ; may. hue and IJC sited, make contracts, all and any rivers, creeks, or water courses, or waters Directors of said Company are }hereby authorized to con- of said first election of Directors, and the Directors thus
l,KISS: bv-laws, and do all [lawful] acts properlv' incident to that may be in the route thereof, by suitable bridge, or tract for and receive conveyances of lands, stone, lumber chosen shall elect among themselves a President of said ? I
a corporation'( or necessary: and proper for' the transactionof other proper mean : J'/'ovtdul, That when such Railroad and wood l, which may be necessary or required for the con- Company, and allow him such compensation as they may .
the business for which it is incorporated and to have shall cross any navigable water courr'c, that the same shall struction of said Railroad ; and when the owner and Company think proper, and on all occasions whenever a vote of t 71
and use a common seal, and the same to alter and destroyat not be HO; constructed as to impede or in any way obstructthe cannot agree upon the price, or when the owner is an stockholders shall be taken, each stockholder shall be'allowed ]
pleasure, : Prorided, That this shall not confer Ul'Ultiaid navigation thereof. I infant, non-resident, or non coirlpoa'iruntis. or in anwIse I one vote for each share owned by him or her, and ,
Company the privilege of Banking.SEC. SJ'=c. :15. Be. it further enacted, That after the completion incapable or unable to manage; or attend to his, her or their any stockholder may depute in writing any other personto
5. Be it further enacted, That as soon as five of mid Road, or any part thereof, the said: President own affairs, then it shall be lawful for the President and i vote and act for him or her, as his or her proxy.
hundred thousand dollars shall} have been subscribed, any and Directors may lay and collect tolls,; from all persons Directors of said Company to apply to the Sheriff of the SEC. 6. Be it further enacted, That the said President t
three of the Commissioners:: hereby appointed' shall call a I property, merchandize, and other commodities transported p County in which said land or other property may be situated and Directors of said Company shall be chosen annually is
meeting of the subscribers at such times and j daces as they thereon : Procidrd, The nett profit on said Road shall not who shall summon a jury of seven disinterested freeholders by the stockholders of said Company, and,Ii if any vacancy
may appoint, and at such meeting; the said,) ulJ.crilters; ; or I I exceed twenty-five per cent per annum upon the capital' I a majority of whom small} be authorized to assess! I shall occur, by: death, resignation, or otherwise, of. any
a majority of them in value, shall elect by ballot nine Di- stock. the damages, anc.lW return their award or judgment to the President Iiretors, before theJear for which they were e-
lectors; to manage the affairs of said: Company' ; and at SEC. 10. Bf it further snactt'd, That the said Railroad: I next termC'of the Circuit Court for the County in which said lected shall have expired, such vacancy shall be filled by :}J,
much and all future elections, each stockholder shall; be entitled and its appurtenances' and all property therewith connected I land or other property may be situated, which shall be entered the President and Directors, or a majority them, and
to one vote for each share [which] he or she may: j shall not be taxed higher than one-half of, one per cent. 1 by, the Cleric as the judgment of the Court, and when ; that the President and Directors shall hold theirofHce until
hold and mav cute in person; or by proxy, writing ; and i upon) its! annual nett inc 'nll'. !t by said. Company; payment of said: judgment i is made, the th cir successors are chosen and qualified; shall have power to-
the Directors thin chosen fhall continue+ in olliee. for one SEC. 17. Be further' tnartcd* That the aid Company 1 land, -n. appropriated j to the use oft: the Road may be used, call meetings of stockholders at any time, and a majorityof
hereby incorporated, shall commence' the building of saidRoad owned and 1suc.l, for the stockholders shall have the Presidentor
year: and until others are duly elected in their place' ; andan ; | occupied Company purpose power to remove
annual election of Directors shall: thereafter be held{ by within five year.and: complete the tame withintwenty aforesaid : J'r''lfled, always, That if either party shall, any Directors, and to fill all vacancies occasioned by removals -
the paid Company at such times and places as may be years: from the pa'sage of this Act. II upon' the return thereof, be dissatisfied; !they may, upon at pleasure. 1,
1 provided for by the by-laws of the Company.SKC. 1' [1'aMfil the Ilmife uf Hq>r<>M-ntnti\on. JVccmbrr it.: 1S.V2. Ta....<> C. Be it furtficr enacted That the %nil Directors December 2'J, 1S5': !. Approved by the (!o\emor, January I b, It1i3.: ] I as the Conrt may order, be allowed an appeal to the next and Directors, or a majority of them, may appoint all such}
number 4nMv -,4- 4-1**t., {,*:t**.II'if. {,,'.*til rt Tt"r,.an.. cit/l, ., .s.."...o.,c' .'.\, .linll. L f. '! f ......+.. w hr.t soccer as th
l1all elect one of their to be President of paid "'"till "It IU\; -I&\.UI< "U" n. u a .UA all ur ufhcers::: engineers, agt or sere uu&.o 'ey
CUUlpan3tHI may appoint all such officers, engineers, trial de novo: Provided, also, Thirty days notice shall: may deem necessary to carry on the business of said Company -
AX ACT to incorporate the Fcnencola. and Mobile ]tail
agent, or servant whatsoever, as they may deem neces- Bay Run l Company. have been given to the opposite party issued by the Clerk ; dismiss them at pleasure, and a majority:: of them '
tary, dismiss them at pleasure, may fill any vacancies that SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and JLnise <.>f of the Court and served by the Sheriff the County ; and shall determine the compensation of all_officers, engineers; ,
ma\' occur in the office of Director before the expirationof Iteprextntativrx :f the State of! Florida in (it-neral Anetnlbj *- in no case shall such appeal l so operate as to delay the progress and servants of said Company ; shall have :power to Pass i
the year for which they are elected, and all other vacancies convened'Tliut "WalkeY Anderson O. !. Avery', of the work on said Railroad. all by-laws which they may deem necessary and properfor
in office in like manner, may determine the compensation Henry Ayer, F. Cummins! and II. F. In rahall1, of the city 1 I St<:. 10. Be It further enacted. That the persons sum- exercising all the powers vested in this,Com any, for ,
of all persons in the employ of said Company, of Penaeola, :Florida, be, and they arc hereby, appointed i moned as aforesaid, shall (before proceeding to the discharge carrying into effect the object of this act : Provided, only,
and a majority of them shall have power to call meetings commissioners to open books and receive subscriptions, for of the duties herein required) take an oath or affirmation That such by-laws shall not be contrary to the laws of this f r
(If stockholders: \ at any time, or any number of stockholders stock in a Railroad, to be constructed from the city of Pen which the Sheriff is hereby authorized to ad- State or of the United States ; and said President and Directors -
having a majority of shares may call meetings, and shall saeola, in Florida, to the west line of the State, in the di- minister, to the effect that tl 1 cy will, well and truly inquire or a majority of them, are empowered to borrow r
have the power to remove the President! or any Directors, rection Tensaw, or Mobile Bay, Alabama, any three of into, and to the best of their judgment, assess the damages money to carry,into effect the objects of this act ; to issue 1
to fill all vacancies occasioned by removals, at pleasure ; whom arc authorized to open books for the purpose of receiving accruing to the owner or owners of such lands or materials, certificates or other evidences of such Joan and to pledge i
and said Directors are further empowered to pass all by subscriptions} to the capital stuck of said Company, '''I by means of the Iprp used construction ; and the said lands, the property of said Company for the payment of the same,
laws which they may deem necessary and proper' for exer- at such times: (not exceeding nine months after the }passage : or property so condemned and estimated as aforesaid, with the interest.
cising all the powers vested in this Company, fur carrying I of this act) and places: as they may think proper, upon shall become the property of said Company, upon the SEC.,8. Be it further enacted, That the said President c
into effect the object of this Act : Jtrocided, Only, that I I giving public notice thereof, not 1 leSS:: than twenty day:, payment of the damages assessed by said jury.&KC. \. and Directors shall have power to require the stockholdersof
such bylaws shall not be contrary to the law of this) Stateor and shall keep the tame; open until the whole capital stock is 11. Be. it lUI'thjenacted, That in case any person paid Company to pay? such instalments on their respec- +r
of the United States ; and said:; Directors, or a majority subscribed.SEC. shall wilfully] injure or obstruct in any degree.the said tine shares of stock in said Company, and :at such times t
of them, are empowered to borrow money to carry into effect :' ; :. 2. Be it further enacted, That the capital stock ofsaid :p'! Road or Roads, he shall f forfeit and pay unto the said either in money,. materials, labor, provisions, or otherwise,
the object of this Act, to issue certificates or other evidences I Company may be three hundred thousand dollars, I i Company: ,' three timesthe, amount of all 1 damages it may as they may think best for the interest of said Company; t
of such loan, and to pledge the property of said with the privilege of increasing it to seven hundred thou- !sustain: in consequences thereof, to be sued for and recovered and upon the failure or refusal of any stockholder to pay
Company for the J payment of the same; with the Interest. sand dollars, should such an increase be found necessary. before any Court having jurisdiction thereof, and on the instalment required on his, her or their stock, in pursuance -
II' SEC. 7: Be it further enacted, That a majority of the for its construction and future management, and shall be complaint to any magistrate, within whose jurisdiction of any call made by said President,and Directors,
Directors shall constitute a Board for the transaction of divided in shares of one hundred dollars each. such offence shall be committed, if shall be the duty of as aforesaid, said President and Directors may> upon giv-
business, of whom the President shall be one, save in case Sue. 3. Be further enacted, That said Railroad may I I such magistrate to bind the person or person so offending, ing thirty days' notice, proceed to sell at ,public sale the
of sickness, or other unavoidable cause of absence, when at any point connect or intersect with any other Railroad with sufficient security, for his or their good behaviour for(} share or shares of said stock owned by said stockholder; or
leis place may be filled pro tempore by the Board from or Roads, within the State of Florida. a period of not less than one year, and !such offender shall such part as they may think proper, to the highest bidder,
one of its own members. The Board of Directors may SEC. 4. Be further enacted, That as soon as one }hundred also be subjected-to indictment, and shall be sentenced at and it upon a sale of the shares of stock owned by said:de-
call for instalments on each share of stock in such a- thousand dollars shall have been subscribed to the the'discretion,' of the Court to be imprisoned not less than daulting stockholder, said stock should be sold for more 4'
mount and at such time as they may deem necessary for capital of said Company, the subscribers of said stock, three nor more than six months. than the amount due upon instalments as above mentioned
the interest of the Company ; and any and all stockholders their successors and assigns, shall be, and are hereby, declared Sue.!. Be it further enacted, That after the completion the excess, after deducting accruing, interest, and :necessary -
failing to pay any instalment so called for within thirty to be incorporated into a Company, by the name of of said,Road, or any part thereof, the said President expenses of sale, shall be paid_over. tosaid defaulting -
days after the time designated in such call for payment, "'The Pensaeola and Mobile Bay Railroad Company," and and Directors may lay:and collect tolls from all persons, stockholder. .
shall forever forfeit his stock in said Company, and all instalment by that name shall be capable in law of purchasing, hold- property, merchandize and other commodities transported SEC.: 9. Be it further enacted, That the :President, and }
thereon ing leasing selling and real the nett of said road shall not exceed Directors of said hereby authorized to contract -
paid ; and the stock so forfeited shall conveying personal and mix thereon, provided profit Company are. ,
vest [in] and become the property of said Company-tobe ed property, so far as shall be necessary for the purpose of twenty-five per cent. j annum, and shall provide for and receive conveyances of land,,stone, lumber .
disposed of as the Board of Directors thereof shall deter this incorporation, by said incorporated l name may convenient passages to travel Ilcr said road whenver it shall and :wood, which may be necessary required for-,the con
mine sue and be sued, plead and be impleaded, answer and be crops a public highway. struction, said Railroad; and when the owner and; Company ,
SEC.: 8. Be it further enacted, That payment of the subscription answered unto, in any court of law or equity in this State, SKC. 13. Be it further enacted, That said Company, cannot agree upon the price, or when'tie owner I is an
to the stock in said Railroad may be made in materials or elsewhere; and to have and use a common seal, and hereby incorporated, shall commence the }building of said infant, non-resident, or non compos mentis,'or in any wise p
labor, provisions, and all and everything necessary the same to alter or amend at pleasure; to pass such bylaws road within one year, and complete the same within fifteen incapable or unable to manage or attend to;his, her or their '
for the construction of said Road, which the Board of Directors rules and ordinances for the good government of said years' from the passage of this Act. own affairs, then it shall be lawful for the President and
may, at their discretion, deem expedient to accept; corporation as to them may seem proper, and generally SEC. 14. Be It further' enacted, That nothing in this Directors of said Company to apply to the Sheriff' of the
and that certificates of stock shall be issued to the stock- do all things necessary to carry into effect fully and completely Act shall be so construed as to confer upon said Companyany County in which said land or other property maybe situated
holders, according as it is paid in, which certificates shall the object of this act. right to exercise the powers of a Banking Company, who shall summon a jury of seven disinterested free- +
be transferable on the books of the Company only, and by SEC. 5. Be it further enacted, That as soon as one hun or to issue any description of paper intended for current holders, a majority of whom shall be authorized to assess
personal entry of the stockholder, or his legal Attorney or dred thousand dollars shall have been subscribed, and one circulation. the damages, and return their award. JtJ.dgmcnt.to: tho
Agent duly authorized ,in writing for that purpose. tenth part thereof paid in cash, the Commissioners herebv SEC. 15. Be it further enacted, That certificates of next term of the Circuit Court for the County in.which
HTO. 9. Be it furtfar enacted That the President and appointed, shall call a meeting of the subscribers at such Stock shall be issued to the Stockholders, on the paymentof said land or other property may be:situated'whtdi shall J be
nlrectols of said Company are hereby authorized to contrct time and place as they may appoint, and at such meeting each instalment, which shall be transferable on the entered by the Clerk as the judgment of de Court, and
Jr: and receive conveyances of lands, Btope!' lumber, the said subscriber} or a majority of them,in value, shall books of the Company :only, and by personal entry"of the upon payment :by I said( Company _of said judgment! execution -
and ,,pod, which may be necessary or required the'cbn-: elect nine Directors, by ballot, to manage the affairs of said stockholder or his legal, attorney or representative duly .may issue thereupon the amount of judgment
Birucuou,of laid Railroad ; and when the owner and Company Company, and the ;, commissioners aforesaid,'or any 'three 0 authorized for that purpose. and.costs: Provided, always That if,eith+f r"pan't:
cannotraree upon the price, or wTien'the' owner is aninfant of them; shall'he' Judges of said first election of Directors! (fpUsed'the Senate December 21, 1852. Paned the HooSe of Repre ent&tiTei' upon the ,return thereof, ,be dissatisfied,' they'ttay,!;,upon
non-read eat or non- compos mentis, then it shall be and the Directors} chosen ll elect among them selves: December 31, 1862. Approved by the Governor January 8, 186..] filing bond, with good: and sufficient.security* ;"in,sich'turn
lawful for the President! and Di ctors of said'C mpany to a President of said j Company, and allow him such compensation 'I r as the Court may order,:be allowed an'appeal, totb? next
apply) to the Sheriff of the County In which said land or as they 'may think proper, and on all ,occasions, term of.the Circuit' Court,when said ease:shall k11llld'fortrial
other property! may be aitu ted w h o, shall'summon a' jury whenever a,vote of stockholders shall be: taken; each stock AN'ACT to IncorporaU the Pena at.oJa Rail Raid Companj.Sixmo de novo;, Prdvidtd, :dlMJ; lTJt : Ttldtf. ..hall
!I' of ieven disinterested freeholders a majority o whom snail bolder shall be allowed. 'one vote! for'every; share owned by 1 1.. Be it enacted by tl* Senate, .and -House ofRepresentatives have been: given to the op pos>ite rt itYid -tb' "Cltrh _
I t be:authorized to assess the damages, and'return,their award i'him' or.her and any' stockholder] may, ,'depute j in 'writing i of.ike State of Florida 'tn General Assembly of the' Court' 'and served by the Sh,,' .... ,1 t1Wps z'and

or judgment. -to, the next term.of tio Circuit Court for the !'any ,other pe1'8on'tct.vote and act for him or her, ,as.his or I :"convened That,' alker..Anders n, O.,:M.: Avery, i in no'case shall such apeal. 6grs ; ; ..tut0'J1"i. .... .- .
aanly ,wJucheaidJaijd or other, ropertymay:be sitU- her proxy., 1 1 !l < u :.p Henry flyer, B.:P.: Wright; and Joseph.-Sierra' of heitl of t4udrorkoA'lsltt< .,..t4..1i} h.twt: ,"" 11:(..:-.
ated which,shall be entered by,the OlerU} aS .the judgment -:Sko 6.;'Be titf' utter! ingots That the, said President ""otfe aacoJa. Flon a; ,;De ,andthey. ; are hereby appointed! I 7 O.1.o.: '.AJl,fu 'tler' engc '*:< ."Jmonedaa lj -a;..' '
of the Court, and execution may issuo: thereupon for the 'and Directors of.said Company shall be chosen, annually]) I Commiisiouerii to open,boolca and receive subscriptions I >aforesaid 8u a1I"'LI1un, 'proeee 0 I,"' "


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an oath or affirmation, which the which would result in a general surrender be- ie second article of the Florid Whig, in reply to The following account of UM aew Empree of of Ida icta, bat of UM fanroense cjcjt3rie baa dtj; Y.rb,, C&r & twttd

Sheriff hereby authorized to admiuikter. fore one score of the enemy was either kiQ 4 tFkridian dMmal ootbetubjedoftbe Governor France is taken frdfctbe NiY44Tn6une. From *fc capacity which baa been undua1 bat Ws&J'wittE Paamjliaasa bar*

to the effect that they will wcilami or captured. But we fear our fate will oelikiflwt and his Tatar*,'contains but cue thing worthy of this account of he/'choraeferr, it U an easy patter to crmergcIy, however perikps.: :41 to do-ft baa ifadkafainu outraged it ,..
.2 t. %w- -_< L *>- bn4ta' -tav r v- .i-- bt totioes -' ek1e.sme wboburstjn.stou .
truly inquire into and to the belt ortho trojanyorifetoM-.Qgrpropfreiies notice, which tsTtiuat'j Wa/ toot* f V 'i of PeX1IdIQ&-.4 $l law. softh

.- v 4 of their judgment assess the damagfc will le disregarded '" a&r :jfl e f faltlM /I'He, (the Flivtdidti) notaseatbe Qoretfeorof vetoing I i Court-HouM aadjreaeaed a prisoner from
the Imlian&ill 185S; because c Jse.-.T1 mp4r officer of baa ver been
it
M r j M Ja09ary gavf '! ,u grasp of the justke
to the very
accruing owner or owners ofrudk : J "" m* _
;
LTtl \lection of ttkt feomMMdiaf vffi jer tothe Gene*, be this, d3T1 d1 Not ol the
lands ', of the Pr nch. r "convicted of bit off***. MM mxatJerinic
or materials, or lauds and materials al'Assembly ; when in fact th* afnrcanid dtjnocra//T The 'nbw EmpreM of intelligtdwr'eTaefly Ecclesiastical luid Religious
Legislature the art 1W1 focti/M it We are in possessioo of some interesting deUils in enemies of the law at Christians bM ever suffered tbpenalty
by of the repealed
means THE FLORIDIAN i JOURNAL. gave
proposed con- of Jesus
the furtherance of the our Jxml
and for Gospel -
.Btruction and the onpoiutment of that officer to the Gvoernor, lotto the history of the lady, who, an is officially announced, of Lie r1. :But tb44aMS of UM law atc
; the said lands or the 'united civil Christ in the Ancient Creeds and the
i* a Whig. Wa' to be to Locis Napoleon by act on as taught ? gbr

propcrty: condemned and,estimated TALLAHASSEE: I Via plead guilty to ttte reason otaigned fur the ve ,the 2vl, aiid by religious sites ou the 2th) of last Book of Common Prayer," bas been sent u by'the two, -wUTnot eacnp it* Bnftcd p4ut o
as afore8ald'aliallbecoine the month. Tuese detaiU we have received from a f>reigu It is ,
property of u the Indian Bill publiihcrs, Pudney t Russell, 80 Broadway. tried baa been
to January, 1853, but deny in gentlemen who is perfectly acquainted with the first man who baa been promptly

of said Company, upon j payment of SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1853. toto the motives ascribed to the democrat* for the .re
tha dainages assessed % laid jury. peal of "the act of 18JH." It las teen left TERMS.-Three Dollars per annum, if paid in Senorita de Teba,or ns she is more unusually ?
J&&t31' it Eugenia of New YorkgraaefitUy
enacted That clexgjw.oLthe city
? further to devise this motive/or neither.the Governor Tiino ul&tSprav !
0 *dvauo ; U O f paid within am months of UM lima known M'lle."de'Montijo"is the'daughter' of "nblemau < :

Sn Qase any person shall wilfully in of subscribing; and 4 00 at' the end of the )'car. Ad- nor bis special home organ have ever charged itThey whd; belonged to OD of the most eminent families framed, aod not wanting ia vigor. We give a specimen Lav4Lia > nj4iu > rime. Th.

jureor obstruct in kny. degree the said vertiscmenta,'One Dollar per square of 12 bnes fur first, know that: tbe bill repealing the act in question of the' Spanisb aristocrucy that of Palafvx, and from an article aa Perversion* to Romanism.? verdict is*the more to be re pect3! >canM itiltha

.Koador Roads and Fifty'.Cents for all subsequent insertiooa. AnnouneeineuU himself in the civil War of 1823, It will be seen that while the writer strikes a blow at
he shall forfeit and with universal that iu who distinguished ct far truth and
fact iu
pay of candidates Five Dollars each, tdwayi was passed consent- repeal yoke of odor diapaauoData reap wottitatiooal -

unto the said Company three times the to be paid Li advance. Religious, Obituary and Marriage was expected and desired. When it first went under be became the tithe j acquainted of the Count with de Miss Telia.Maria At Kirkparick that thne, the Catholic Church, he adroitly (and not without obUgationa. More tban a jear baa UpMd

amount of all it Notices, not exceeding 12 line*will be published raised force) makes an argument on a point which has been ofience. All the indignant
damages may sustain through, not a solitary voice was iu tbetwgatlve. the dashius; and huudsome daughter of a Scotch gen since the eouuxuaiioQ of ths ,
in gratis. |3f".No certificates of the |)ublieatioo of es- ho. held the of Consul of the TJuted discussed in many; books oir Theology : 'baa
consequence thereof, to be sued for It even received the advocacy and vote of Seuntor tleinan p.st excitement it stirred through'the country long
bate or l tfl noticea of any description will be given A love affair and ft romantic mar What do these J Not
perversions prove that
States nt
Malaga.-
our f m.s'a
JMid'recovered Court having juiiidiciion Fuiley who also voted for the Indian Bill" containing since kubaidtrd. The necessity c were ax-
i is
jntil the fee
any advertulug paid. niw-nuide it
riage was the coisttjuence. Tlie Empress system is false: unless prove, also, that the Gospel
thei'eof1 and on complaint! to the provision that ademc-cratic Legislature' ," the daughter of this Spanish grandee and Maria if false; fur that also was corrupted. But what Jo ample,in order to prevent the recari wc of such acts,

'M; mf trttV Within whose JurlsdicRhall Tb* annual meeting of the Bible Society will instead of"the Governor, who is \Vhig," should appoint Kirkpatriric, who is itill liing.. a'w, 5Jow. and who they prove? They prove, indeed that the passions bad poised. N Notwitbitandio 'all the, e3brt of the

'ft Dt Committed: take plaoe to-morrow evening, at the Methodu>tObnrek the commanding officer. Therefore, to asci ibe iinijauics her daughter on her prebuit >kit to Paris of men may lead them from truth to error. But this BKjst able abolitionist who eootluetfd tL. dcfraoe of

: it 1h1l .be th daf[ Ofsuch _*i U .*itj f ? Addtetsea sire promised from the Revs. MrHtrtoe such a motive, as the Why does for the repeal ofth where she has appeared under the title of Counters is n principle of universal application, bearing on the ,the nrrained,the question of l&jery; was not aiiuwej
iu 1823 tie Jtutb of
The
de Teb.u AfUr lie marriage, truths of all jyttema alike. test question then is:
t6 bind tire pot&iking I' pron o offend- and i O. AMJ.We act of 1851, is not only to impugn the esgwity <'f on elder brother w.uftrred upon the Count, al"ug -"What u the force of the fact that our perversions the least effect on the beTingOt1m' oau. The jury

.with sufficient security for his or that gentleman, who ought to buv been nbl< to detect with a score of,f ether titles, that of Montijo. by which take place iu the direction of RomoDism I It will be discharged their simple duty *ith no more mitgirisg

their good behavior for of publish ou our firet pago .the act' uoorporaLingLbe aud see through the maiupuvrih of the dcmocraU, nrtnu>, since her fin t appearance in fjishinnable life, said!, and it is urged apuunt in, that it proves that or heoitation than there would bare Wn 10 tay other
a period not
"Pcoiacola and Rail the daughter has Wen generally distinguished. She there are'certain principles in our system which are
Georgia Road.Cooipany. if law and tbdc ioo
they were actuated by the designs attributed to instance of violated Tajdtct. u received -
less than
one year ; and such offender It is uudcr this clnrter that Rail-Road connection i icprupo'ecd tlso iuLcriU a ham'sonic! fortune, her independent iii- too liable to be corrupted into Romanism. Xow this
a them, but also to call in question the of thj The father withy! the same satisfied oi>Blp< nre by the public
like
shall also be subjected to indictment propriety come being ..onifthiug $3Ou) a jcar. we are ready to acknowledge ; and a* freely do we
to be made between Savannah or Brunswick motives his vote for if the democrats since loarin two daughters admit that there it The fast evinces a sound leaJJiful
and shall bo sentenced influencing repealed died some yearn ; no other Protestant body in this at large. state
at the discretion and Peufcacola, or some other point tm the Gulf. the act of 1851 for tW ieisons given by the the cMor now wears, by marriage, the title of Duch- country of which the same can be said. Can we imagine of public opinion moat suspicions of good.

of the Court, to be'imprisoned not oss of Alva and Berwick, than which the Spaufth uobi'iity for instance, the Puritans of New England developing
Hon. W. B. 'Whiff! vhnl was the controlling ifluence with fcjiia- Why will not New York fclljw ep this act of justke -
less than three nor more than six Wynn. can boa t nothing more elevated. into Romanism f Could any transfiguration
months. The rumored death of this gentleman, we are pleased tor Finley Will our cotemporary condescend to inform For Rom* years past the young Countess tie Tcba known to fact or fable, produce such a result? It is aud good, faith by passing Mr Tsjler's bill, DOW

to have it in our power to say, is without founda us f It does seem to us that if the democrat or Moutijo who: w now about enty-five,baa enjoyed at tlxjir boast nnd advantage that such thinga cannot be. bedre bet Legislature, which prvposa to allow
"Src. 12. Be further enacted That M.i-lii the reputituta of,an exc luigly/a/ woman. But what does this It that the
obnoxious
tion. A of and convened are to the Whfg'i charge, the Jaelson Senator prove proves simply Shareholders to trousport their property through the
after the completion of said Road or gentleman our city saw Tall graceful, (.statuesque symmetry of person, religion nf these people does not contain those truth in
with him at his in Calboun is in precisely the same category, inasmuch as he rather red hair State, or to remain with in iU limits a reasonable
on ,
thereof the plantation County with luxuriant aubnru or a palo complexion and of the Apostolic Church, which degenerated into
said President
any part Tuesday last, (the day on which the rumor was published stood shoulder to shoulier! vith them, up to the time which bsu latterly stood In need of a little Romanism. While, on the other hand, our system ia, Ivogth of time Such a me&scra is due to the

and Directors may lay and collect : in the Sentinfl,) at which time be was well.- when his Excolleney's coup d'etat bunt upon tlie General ruiigc. jjroBt ileetik-al (yes of a brown bw deep and in this particular, identified with that cf Primitive South, that her people maybe saved from being

tolls from all persons, property, merchandise His friends lit a distance will receive this con- Aseeinbly. Then, as wcremt wctk, bo radient a= tt) JMU-J for black, rather long iiJ urutocratic ChrutiAuity."And plundered after the fashion of the robbery that heM
many but sculptured nose,
feature a large exquisitely these of evidence
perversion
and other commodities trans very ours are
took the back
tiaJktiou of the report with unalloyed satiefuotioiL track, and not bi-forc. a lovely month and teeth of djizzlinif whiteneiw,she u a of the Let For, na every truth has iU own appropriate Mr.Lewmon .
ported thereon : 2rovidcd The nctt But all these cfforU of the lo stave of( and
Whig public ti admirable beaufv which a languid llatt form of virtue '
type I corruption; as every degenerates time-honored ia
profit of said Road shall not exceed Found Drowned-Suspicious Circumstance disapprobation from the conduct of the Ccrernor, air hardly dimiuishcsc. Endowed with uncommon wit to somneccrrebponding vice;as every substance degen- J/r.Editor.'-Tbe old and maaro

25 per cent per annum ; and shall The body of a man WM fouud, t-n Tuesday last, iu will prove as futile as the vniu- attempts of the liousewifc and spirit aLe spobka French, Engli; Itu'iun and ftsi&t into ptodiar process of disorganization; pence prepare for war." was never .in more ijfnoblat
with much as bpanM A proficient I flower b the St U of Florida-
German fluency withers
as fruit decays, metal rusts ro on-the neglect than at present
: ,
Nim's Saw Mill about fiix mike from
provide convenient to travel a pond near mentioned by Sidney Smith, who, from the door she
passages th and addio rides
in exercises offctren M, I other hand the/ww cf i he corruption indicates the to be difUat and disgust for
across said Road, whenever it shall town, under circumstance B to cx<%ite Euspicion* that of bet cabin by the sen-aide, seeing the tide rise high with the boldest, and drives four in baud with the nature of the thing itself. As then the of There actually eeema a
appearance and circumstance1 of glorious war. to say
cross public highwav.SEC. a murder has been committed. Coroner J. P. Colesnn er than pleased her fancy, forthwith laid hold t-f the rnot-t skillful. rust is the evidence of the presence of metal ; as withered the topomp
Madrid it the liar.it or our heroine to t>ulilefiaaiee nothing of the honor and ce1eLrit of the thing.-
At leave
13. Be itfurtltei' enacted That beld mqtiC6t when the body exn-bitca signs ot vu- broom tick and began'in a rage to sweep back the was suggest the original flower:M>, on the very
to public opii.iou as the wl.iij mi ht seize form into> which it find nn evidenc'eot Every attempt to establish a permanent and reliable
we
said knee, being bloody in places and spots of blood also swelling wave. Our fume and fret, corrupts may
Company hereby incorporated cotemporary may her. She used to appear alone in public driving her the Apctollcity of our Corrtfnunion. and of its accordance volunteer force of citiz ;n wil iery in the State baa
found the clothes of deceased which
shall commence the building of said being upon wvrc and seize the broonlst12Lbut, as the god dame own carriage. She had a separate establishment iu j with that Gospel which, 5u times past, as met with almost a total failure. The militia system

Head within and a Kentucky Jeans Sack Coat, under shirt and draw mentioned was unequal to the task of keeping back her mother's palace, inviting and rwi-iuug company now, was by man debased and distorted into Roinanum. -
one and
year, complete of the United States in general s d4ctie unreliable
and
ers. TLe body was rvcoguized as that of a man named the Atlantic without ci-nsnlling her mother, often renibinjj :wrcifcs .
will be find himself
unable
the same within fifteen from the so to keep mother forced State of FloriJa is most
Oaoj Lr the especially
years even to her relatives. that of
James Gideon, a bricklayer from Cayuga county,New We learn from the Courier d Enquirer that the :
down
of this A-ct. the swelling tide of comdcninatiau against hi* j her dx>r, diuite the remonstrance of the servant, i of thing should be remedied, and tie
passage York. Tbe[ jury of inquest gave A verdict that d Excellency. j j"We \vho t'rute.teti that the Count1" ti '
SEC. U. Be it further enacted That | be administered wHle we have fair
ehould
cf-abcd came to hh dcnth by viulcuse from some person bore wish to repent, what we hav<. In-fore iiJ, To her great nrmizfinc-nt, she f ui.d tliat her (laiirhtor{ hart, and the Rev. John Henry Hopkins, son of the Rt- remedy
tour of
nothing in this act shall be construct! before the pressing difficulty
so or ptrsous unknown. inasmuch the rind i was inUain For twcnlj-f Louis tl.e yuun. LiJyclM Rev. Bixljop of Vermont, are the Editors of the Journal breathing time,
to confer said aa 117tg otherpjiIti.Mi j.rcs.fshave and -.slun slu- rttume 1 itIr iufuriii*
as : not
upon Company ;appear and tlangtr.
any but will be aided
that they by the counsels and
given to our remarks rcfcjM.'ding tli; Governor's '; id I her Jiiliic-tC'l f, who had lou lly ex.re"eiI hr ; the tttfit extensive
right to exercise the ofa Banking Items from "Washington. jiari'i It ia notorious that ire have sea
powers course a pereoi-al bearing, that 'it is not the win,1' f. ti th it there h v I l-WfT Tia cl' xjaicnt, that she hod the pens of some of the ablest of the Episcopal cler* the" whole Union
One of the Committee ofmve1itwu the charges State in
Company or to issue description on ** board of sovereign ;
any bat his infatuated would l old bc-Hii away <'U r.n errand I IO'i "V. any
of paper intended for current circu against parties conuetted w itt.! the Capitol uxton |>fc<.'..=iii, the whim takes her to pay a o. that we have the most inadequate means of protection

lation. CiO 3 states that, judfjing from the evidence already taken Again his Excellency jar tonally \re have stxcial: coiiijiiimcLt to literature and her onriiagobtops The second number of the Iliuttrafed Ifagtuinc of I for that coast ; that we have now. and em hava

SEC. 15. B That Lc has no doubt that at least one-third! of the amount nothing to Miy-we have always esteemed and respected r.t tins tlorrf Swuir I-J>coMira, one of the moot Ait, which the publisher, AleXhuJer Montgomery, I had an within our borders, x hoe helU'h and,

((000,000)) appropiitttd by Congress for the crectiou bloo'd-tbirsty are f-nly equalled by a
certificates fo Stuck shall be issued to a Mister of the Crown. "GiKnl morn- propeaiiitits
polilU l'in, as bead of the\hig or Kc-ott in FJoriJa -\ 1wesf-R.c illustrations, some of them quite costly .
,
party all
than have
the Stockholders the of of the Capitol Extension, has boon squandered. IiiiC, uiy dear bir."* was b'r s.iliit.iti to the iutuui'bed Tiger and Blood Hound ; and more ,we
on payment 1 u another matter. Ju this capacity, we comment KllrrJtturI i..ivi" tu brc-nVfeat v.'ithvou) iu and all of them expressive and very well executed arxl child,around our domestic
each t-halfbe and that various parties, high and low, aic implicated c instalment
which trans iu the transaction. a* freely up>n hs: course as we Mould! UJK I. order to Luoutaik ou liU'nttLie and toetrv'." A The reading mutter is also good, luLch of it rektingto : hearth, a dormant principle that, if once awakened -

ferable on the Books of the Company ilr. Badger's nomination for the Supreme Courtjlias that of any other man's, but if the Whig or any other 1. few >vc -Ls Liter Ee<>aura gave a diuucr ti> a numberof subjects of history, explanatory of the Illi:.rritions. the and fury of pfcs=>iou, would, if la
to
artit.t l actrs, ut which the energy
the ,
&ji
only, and by personal entry of is unable to the dutiuctKui that is thc-ir literary neIl It U that such
press, sec surprising an expensive periodical car. blacken tie
been postponed until the 4th of March next This i is Counters was present without her mother, or any other our present insecure and apathetic Mate,
Stockholder or his legal attorney or misfortune, not our'e. .. be furnished at tLo low price of $3. urh U the
yet
equivalent to a rejection. It is thought jiroKnble thut Imlv M eh"itefvHf. She was t'i life f the pirty.ni.kitig 1 fair face of our beantilul country with the charred ember
representative duly authorized for that and tMati v.ith the luu&let. fact each number when ia advance
; sjujcelies giving Postage on paid of
the President will withdraw him and nominate Mr. Mr.Everett's Letter in England. of desolated homes and the ghastly corpses
AiiK>Kif the gtests \v a sa tljril-rntenimed Frt ith a.-tor, cents.Sontnrn. I
purpose. MICON, a distinguished lawyer of New Oileans.NOMISATIOXS The admirable letter, of the Secretary of State, Mr. Laftiricrc, who lad great iocess iu :Iidrid.He .- 2j I a servile war.Yoluntecr f-

[Paused the House of Representatives December uv THE rBEMiiENT.-The President bas Everett, to thj KngliJi and French minUtcm declining was from the Theatre H5tork'uc in P. riShe Ladle Bok for Felrnnry. U embcllslied Companies (especially Horse,) are the

11, 1832. Paused the Senate December' 20! 1852 nominated John Randolph Clay Envoy Extraordinary to accept the proposed tripartite treaty, in order took u Liner to him, and had a long cx'iiverwiti iwitb by flue steel engravings, one of them a portrait of j surest and most available protection in our country
Approved by the Governor January 153j] him. Wlu-u thf tithe fur leaving came, Vv'el! "
,. to Peru; Theodore S. Fay Charge to the Swiss Con to guarantee Cuba to Spain, has been generally published wad the Countess, my cai i i.-sgc-! i* hero, and I will George D. Prentice, the poet, and popular ec'itor of| whose movements must be quick ernahing, and decisive

federation ; Vi'm. J Vk-kena, Collector of Customs at by the L.'ndou journal The Tlmif, of the tiike M. Laf'-rrierc to hii Lute!." The young man vnsj the Louisville Journal. This monthly continues to i to quell an insurrectionary movement

From ll-t Jacksonville .Yea*. Vicuna, lad.; D. M. Wright, Justice of the Peace, 22tl ult,-that great n.outh-piece cf English feeling j a little abashed nt HUCI u courtesy.from a such u lad i win its way to public favor. Terms ?3-103 St. To form thee corps, equip and &ill them, so aa to

I Removal of the Indians. \VftsLugt; ; ) ev. Dennis Powers, CLsplain iu the -iu copying it, PUVS- / ; but he inistc'l i and they ilejKirto-1 together. Charles street New Orb ans. mate good soldiers for a dash and a blow, requires
The differs in with 'il'lle.de: M.ntijo was also u great ts woman.m.l .
Republican pvi
j
opinion our
Navy; John W. EroJhcad, Second Comptroller of the The elaborate and circumstantial dttpatch i in of the terreadors or G'vd y for Jfarch a published ahead of the other I time, patience, and sonic hucrificea of tie spare time
*' B. M. P. whose of : cry j opuhr course among j
correspondent plan Treasury vice E. J. Phelps, resigned. He is from which Mr. Everettjiist.ifiee the refusal of lila Uorrntmut -' b j'l-SxIi'.er. 'She waj'piwent at all the bull-fight* Mainline The number ia very promising but we | a countryman LaS at borne.i .

getting rid of the Indians wo published last New Hampshire, and a Democrat. He i ia now Clerk to concur i ia the pn po$als 4-f Fram-e and Enirliuid I iu Madrid, where she used to wear the roost iiiugiiiucc have not bad time to Ioo!: into it. The editor say a head'U On tbe 8th of January, there eftmed-some* probability -
week. Our enters las dissent i*, jH-rhnj the bosst dofi-nci that could ha\"c i
cotemporary de villa ometli' like
Itaia S
ut costume of a > i;; would be organized.
in the Comptroller's] Office. OOOO to his subscription list this ear, and that that Cavalry Company
as follows: been made for the jolicy ia question. It infM> -rt that c.f M'llc. &Ao iu the ball i-f!!h.. f-auie r.arne'ut Nit j I a

"A correspondent of the News Hon. Mr. G Exiiir, of Tennessee, bus puUU-Lcd in with unusual aiuiLr the ulterior (xpti-LitioiH of th I boi! >. but m-icli in rc eliaracteri- A very lurjc** his lirft will be larger, than ever before.Wettmimttr I but s nco then the spirit: has departed, and even tie
plan
urges a \VaHliiiigton tie pc'cla be made boforc biocuuetituent* I American jwi.jile, refers tn what! is Unnc-d "llnj doti- j atl l high cii'iib at tLc t-p of the he.kd with wreaths Heeicw.-The January number of semblance of the deed u so soon iurguIcu.
of removal which have heard before
we tug- in TenueoEce. juttifvitig l.ia u-fusal to eupj-ort Gen.SCOTT. ny" of the L'ninn in U-mpcruto Ltnuag, a.l: ] ilisf>ffs >f rusts falling tac-h side, mixed with the hair ; a j>roftiiion this well-known Leocaid Why is this neglect ? Is there .not an Act of the
gested, viz : that of rewards for killed and the probable n-oulU of the conveniion suze'tod with of ili.iiiK.tiil": necklaces, bracelets and ring'.; a quarterly republished by done its reverberations from
captured warriors and captured women and Ia the ccnrpe ofit, l.e comniciits M-ry freely SLat we must admit] to bo coiisidrinblc! buwi-rt. It I I vtn' showy and tyht waist cut low in the neck and SCott et Co, No: 79 Fultou street, New York, U re- Legislature, scarcely yet
the life of Hou. Mr. JoiiM Senator from would be ab uiJ to deny that the the walls of the Capitol, authorizing the Governor to
children. The experience cf the writer upon political by proHefJ| rc-nnn- with buru arms ; :i very fhort skirt, opviieii-worked eieved. Contents-tl. Mary Tudor ; 2. Condition and
may Tennesoec and bi.ili iuoiis tu sLow elation the sacrifice of the United St.itcs woul i be white col-ircJ crn'roi'h} small raise Brigade for the expulsion of the Indians from
afford him good ground for urging this policy pronounces oj> it s ttoclviiii, try, aiidvry Prospects of Ireland; 3. Charities, Knxioua! and Benfi- a
Creator and more eoiiKiMe than thnt of the other contracting -' cmbroiil-'icJ When bite in the of Leon County
appenretl shall tbe men
] and
blipp-.TS. '
the differences between them arc xmciluble. He Icent our borders, young
4. The English Stage 5. American
but even at the ri&k of be iiig considered too power As it can bo affirmed with jierfoctsinocniy citcus. she n.ihited by all the torreml rs, and vns hare been w
when always
holds Mr. Jon<>< accountable f r (Ji-n. Scott's nomination tlu nt-ither Greut and the Free States The be backward now, they
humane, and as assimilating somewhatith t Biitmn u<>r Fr.ince desires with them the niit coidiul greetings. "Tthte Emancipation by ; 6. Atomic

"Northern" sympathisers, we doubt the pro by his intrigues, an J for tbe utter route of the Vliig <>r has ever lfircd, the pfnaosinj of Cul) a, read n* Coutitfss
priety of the courbC. No more otfectual arty iu the last elwtiou. The speech it is thought a this icwse&bi'iu, even if obtaiiit-d, rrm-t cett..inly be f.ir ;J prowess 1" they would ex'-luini, waftinjj kisses u>war J of the Mormons ; 8. Daniel Webster ; 9. Contemporary Company now organizing in Tallahassee.

figure in the future politics of Tennessee. lrt productive to t-ithrr of the States tluui to the the yoiin lady. Bravo, Antonio I Bravo, Jose !- The 22d February is approaching now near at band.
method could be the Indians great Literature of England, 10.Contemporary Literature
adopted to remove SUtcs of the Union, it follows.of cr-urbe, that the two Well fongbt. boys," and other words of the muft
iny honored could bo
than the equipment and employment of Cabinet rumors arc abundant \Variiiiigton.. F.urojKsau Oovcrnnu'nU would liae lost iHithing by the literal Bpprobalioii, were the answer. ]u all such of America; 11. Contemporary Literature of Germany What m Tr glorious and mere day

volunteers in regular warfare, who fully authorized Nearly all agree that Cushing has been selected. Mar- execution ot the convention, whon-as the American bC-'ties there was a considerable dispLay of Spanish ; 12. Contemporary Literature of France. It i : chosen for rallying around the acted Kbertk-s of our

and in regular pay, would do the cy's stock U riting. Armstcad Burt, of South Carolina -, Government would have surrendered \vlmtovcr proseets t frsmknoss, xvl.Hi would have been very shocking to not often that Westminster" presents a table of contents | country than the day which gave birth to the "Fa

work speedily and well. The reward" systemwould is spoken of.: Senators James nod Stockton are to> acknowledge it might tutcitain.that, con We lerin,are the quite poMtinnof prepared Cuba also, I the sense of propriety of American Cou Us ladies found a matrimonial more tempting than this. The fubb'sher has ther of his Country," the first in Peace, the first ia
Like all fust ,
women our
provoke retaliations on our own named by their respective friends for the Navy Department at the mouth of that Gulf which receivos the mijhtv c.t.tblWirnent difficult ta obtaiu. Once thfc sent us a prospectus, which we will try to make room War, and the first in the hearts of bin Countrymen t

people, tenfold worse than is ordinarily displayed The Senate has confirmed Mr. Brodbcad: rivers of tho United Slates, and tho prolr.ible dvelpenient iurkd l the Duke of Ostuna, the richest grandee r.f for by ni.-J by. If it is not published, however, "Leon PRO BOKO PUBLICO.

cousin Senator Brodhead. Most of the of to young and so powerful a nation, the acquisition l the honor. nt this "
by the garage race. ie is to important Spain, but be.decliue< Disappointed ard Scott & Co. must be content with regular notices
Our *' doubts the of nominations before the Senate are believed to be of the island at some time or other might pciicme, she received the address of a younrr noble of The New Yink HerGZcZapeal.s ofMrs Tjler. the
neighbor propriety" not uunntaraily enter into the i isioos of American him. But of their reprints. We will remark here that Black-
and nearly to
Castile inter-
engaged
offering rewards for the killing or capturing postponed to the 4th of March.Continuance statesmen. % bbs could, not was help lu'rting at the same marry time ; and wood and the four Reviews can be bad for $10. No author of a late letter iu reply to the officious

Indians but be does not enlighten us as to "If America bad neversai I either lew or more than once, when this young man was in her drawing rotnn. person, who makes any pretensions to fondness for medling epibtle of the noble ladies assembled at Stafford -

what the impropriety" consists in. Is there of Half Fay Mr. Everett n'i
more impropriety" in giving volunteers" Congress in about to extend the pension laws, BO as their own views to the ordinary chances of the future fnmcr aspirant for h--r band seized a chair and threw Mrs. Julia Gardiner Tyler is a daughter of a late
any and l f< borne to ascnbc the views vfa difTercnt comlexou head anI said with the York Hon. David
it.it her rwstllPrcbrmoImsclith.ts. citizen of New --
six hundred dollars head for to include all those who have served in of i Negotiations with England. distinguished
or eight a may any to others, the of the
> proposals
[ | tripartite convention -j thut he would not marry her for the world.Tlie .- Gardiner, who was killed by the dreadful explosknon
Indians than to the the Indian Warsbiuce 17VO. The following amendment could hardly hate IHJCII divested of The President transmitted to Congress, on the 8th,
give -
killing or capturing importineuce. insult was resented by the last object of her at- board the steamer Princttou, during an oflickl
"volunteers" dollars month for bill! has been agreed But we learn from tlieir .i\\n diplornutie pub- three iluels the a message intimating that the British Government the 2Sth cf
eamc eight a to a now pendiug upon bya : I 11ti.1n.a1mt! tw.or were consequence plea are trip ou the Potomac tver, on
li utiitnA tnnt tliff r attempting the same thing I The real question committee of conference the two House*- Tl.e result of all tnwe acts otd.xslung eccentricity, ana were willing, provided British cured fish were perniited February, 1844. HU daughter became the wife cf

is, which will be cheapest in the end for That the act approved the 22dof February, 1849, inline ilinieU-is time pa the t been agsrvuMve ciiipigiiali uitelitiom nf other .S of all the (.eaii-l.'iN, anti of others quite{ at notorior., to be imported free of duty, to allow American John Tyler. President of the United States, towards
tlmtit would have been little less than impossible! And notwithstanding
was the close of his term of offiee. ,
five half to certain widows and fishermen to catch fish the coasts of the Provinces
the government-most "humane" towards granting years pay and ejxciillv! of this country, res-jvctii. the isLuiJ of for M'lle de Moutijo to marry a gentleman other own on hu vetoes "of Mr. Clayg b&nk bills and his industry

the savages, and pay" best to the volun orphans ofofficeis, non-comniishioned officers niiihi- Ci'.bn, and in justifying by those allegations, its own ruik in Spaiu. with the exception Newfoundland, but not to cure and aided Mr.Csthuun. in effecting tlw annexation
by
both and be energy
and
clans regular so
hundred dollars privates, volunteer officious importunate pnicccdinga. At the ntme: time, For three four M'lle. de ilontijo has the same there tho same to be to
teers"-to give eight apiece extended and construed as to embrace the widows and or years past ; liberty granted of Texas; and Lie settlement, through p.
the popular feeling of the Union has been '
for the Indians, or eight dollars a month foi minor heirs of the officers. ncn-comInft4bioned 'fTieers, tnt a fiTciblc anticipation of its so H destiny"resolutely iu been wont to i pcnd"the winter in Paris where her iritiah fishermen on the const of the United States; Webster, of the North'EabUru Boundary qmiestku.
upon conduct bas been much than at Mudi administration
hunting them in "regular warfare," and catching musicians, antf privates of the regulars and vr>luutcei this particular, that the Supreme Government hail moro circumspect into and faither that a reciprocity of trade were established the most brilliant achievement of Mr.Tvl.
id. Still, she has never gained an entry the the by time wukwer,of Uvoung.
none! But the reason given by our war- of the war of" IB 12!, and all the various Indian wartr eome difficulty in preventing, on the part of its own aristocratic circlen of the FaubourgSt., German. But as rcpects certain products of this country and the beautiful was !, conquest intellectual, attractive(fay? and accomplished

like cotemporary in his last sentence, for opposing since 1700. citizens an exploc>ioD of those very deftizna which it bbe 7as compensated for tbi4 exclusion by the cordiality colonies ; would surrender the free navigation of the lady, wbo e patriotic later' ia the subject of

the impropriety" of the reward system This, of course embraces the Florida war. was imputing to others. Under these circumstances, with which blie was received at the Eh see, and Wclland Canal and the river St Lawrence to the oeean this article. Born and educated in the North, and
therefore the Government of France nod
England were by the profound iinprcKuiu she made upon its master. for the hut eight on a Virginia plantation
is and characteristic. He and recommending the action of living years
sagacious warranted iu the American ; Congress with
manifestly taking Government
Caleb Gushing. From the first she inspired Lotiis Js'apoleon with on the mistress of its colony of alareii. and fronj the daily -
thinks that if" rewards" are offered for the The latest Washington rumor is to the effect that at iu word, in disclaiming for themselves all the ardent panMon, which justified her resolution to be- reference to the fisheries, leaving the subject of reciprocity experience ef her.life thoroughly eonemant with

Indians, they will retaliate tenfold worso" pretensions ascribed to them, and in asking for tuch a ?JnIC his wife and share the glcrie that destiny had to future legislation. the practical workings of the institution of 'Y"
this gentleman has been ftgrccuSipon as Sccrr-tary of disclaimer in return would set nt rest forever a :
on our own people-in other words, if we of as in reverse tor lum la accordance wun this deternu- it exists ia the South she is cvrtttuly sv won niung
for rewards for THEIR heads, they will offer"tenfold" State by the new President The New York JferalJ, question which concerned the Americans in themselves Mr.Everett's bad refusal been nation, she shadily rejected other proposals without Half the duties of a household mcy be lightened, if respondent to the officious philanthropy of Jtig'and'a

placing confidence in this rumor, says of Gen. C.He .- exclusively raising. regard to their maguihcence. It was currently reported house-keepers would procure good materials to work abolition duchess.
as much for ours; but if we only though justifiable, in our oniuion, as a piece of national Paris few --month that his
at her
is a fine scholar, an able debater,and has proved a ago, reply to with. Among the new inventions of the day most
pay volunteers eight dollars a month for huu- policy, must nevertheless, be conclusive evidence of the protestations of love bad been: ** Prince, I am of too
himself bold, active, and sagacious politician. \Ve truth of the case, and convince the world of the real mportont to the mistresses of families, Durkce's TbeCbvn'e des Etata-Unisth wehIknowsYrer.mch
ting them, why then they will only retaliate good a family to be your uih.tresa.-aud, if the *nyiug -
lie will
that if into the but Department, "
presume put views of the several parties concerned. Chemical Yeast stands journal in New York, s me eonfiieocs ia
in proportion not disappoint his friend*; but may perhaps, surprise be not exactly true hi fact, there is no doubt that or baking powder, preeminent expresses

We feel no disposition at all! to quarrel! the country with his profound capacities for the hard, it is so in spirit Latterly the attentions of the lover Those who have tried it, have found that the advertisement the truth of the story in Putnau'a Magazine that the

white because differ knotty questions of diplomacy with which he will have New Hampshire- liars increased in zeal, end the position of the lady in which will be found in another column, son of Louis XVI did not die ia prison, aa h* been
with oar neighbor we may The following capital resolutioua were adopted, among iiis Court bos been more marked than ever. She was
grapple. docs not vaunt its praises too highly. generally supposed but.was brought to thi aounuy
with him about the best mode of dealing the heroine of festival
With to his others, by the democrats of the 8th Senatorial every : during the recent exursion -
political proclivities, we
respect apprc of the Court its and is now living, in the of the Rev. Mr Williams
ask to she stood person
but would C Campiegue, nt
with
we
neighbors
;
our brad be is identified with the progressive school ol district in Convention on the Cth of lust mouth : The with dates
Where lotlie lwl as the bright, particular star of the imperial adtniratiun. Steamship Niagara, Liverpool to of the Episeopal'Churcb. After a hasty review
civil America filibustering
htm
to answEr ns one question : "Young though not extreme
Jlesohfd That the President elect of this
-a son
aial there not who the XCth ult. reach New York the 13th. She
the propensities of the Democratic fievine. He is was wwithmg those predicted on re- oRbs evidence, which the editorpropdaesto discuM
raise
does be imagine Billy Bowlegs can districtr one bcni and bred iu our mid&t, and known her marriJge with Still the lover
funds to retaliate tenfold. upon us, if we not on "OK! fogy," we are quit sure, whatever that and loved by us all, bad by his virtues, by his patriotism hesitated. lie ad"red, be Napoleon.worshiped, yet he didn't ports au advance of one eighth on cotton iu the Liver- more fully at a futw e time, be aaya-
dreadful term may imply. He is not afraid of Cuba, his devotion the best interests of his pout market,, with a good demand. Sales of the
to unite to
should have the rashness to offer eight ban by country conic up to the mark. But the Countess was sot In short,a multitude of circumstances con
and iu Ute least fastidious about
the
died dollars for Indian Indian not proclaiming secured so firm a bold upon,the affections of the tlireournged.1 She is too skillful an actress to bo ntfiult week b3,000bnies, of which 'speculators tooV.'l4COO firm our confidence in him, (Mr. Williama.i to give
scalps or prisoners Monroe doctrine He is a believer in the old Roman
"
people of his State and of the country that treacLe in such to his not indeed a positive ebaricUr, but
practice of still moving the god Terminus a little fur ,an emergency. She announced the approaching and exporters 5,000 bales. Fair and good fair qualities history,
could not weaken it steal it
ry nor perfidy nwny. of berselfnnd her mother for some singular probability" ,
ther out instead of restricting our boundaries by departure have advanced the most Quotations : Fair Orleans ?
If to with and he don' aChinese Resolved lliatiu the vote which
we war Billy : unprecedented by
go wall of selfish conservatism. Ho is firm Madrid. The result was the proposal of marriage, The Rev. Mr. Williams i ia o'sr ia New York dtj
a Gen. Pierce has been exalted to the those 6d, Middling do. 8Jd. Fair Uplands 6i'Middlinj -
"retaliate" all he whether offer Presidency, the ,
on u>, can- we appointment of the day, the annunciation to the .
sad believes that the world
of Galileo little attenticaDEUCATK
disciple move**, where he attracta DO
vile'calumniators who for months )
were solely occu- daYiaEPaxaipxsT&
Ministers and the world that the Countess be
rewards only eight dollars me/nth was to
or a while it seem* to be standing still. He IhiiAs, with ia his dUentir -
to ,
he ain't the man wo took him to abe and wil Berkley, that U* "ota of empire".is tending pied attempU destroy good name Li* wife, and no doubt c-ro this tie, /tonne of Madrid Bcsi5 A. Dctrdt l ot
Bishop the ettimafion in whicti thnr services have bteit held and the grand daughter of jthe former' U. 3. Consult Kino.-A letter from Key West, *as.- paper if gially
himself much more of a Christian thai westward; and that there is something in the maxim the following of an accident irbjch feappeoed to a
prove by a grateful profit. JRetolced Malaga baa beonme Eugenia,'Empress of France' pubCslieJ.in tho SavannahRepuZmlcan, dated Feb. 8, story
of.that hard Scotchman, Carlyle, that "Commerce ball
skins much That recommend. the in sighted gentlenua at a ia that.oityBewaited
wh&se near
;
many are lighter. of tbv democratic we opposition It i iv said that a gipsy one p-edivteil that be waald say-MVioe-'resiJrtz& Kin$ left here on the 6th ,for
King.The atmosphere *
u all elections thtir him if can't Iii1wurtoeritft-43a tll f AIff
t6 coming to ave r they be elevated throne after the fashion fcv upon :
;: Seriously, vesbouldjike see some rro_ baa his views on the tariff question oa, nf the oftwo Veeke. EUb id of
party expanded anything else." ji jj: cThat Havanafteravi4itaroougus; : of a polka, when bq earned the 4sinbo> x d.ed. a
mciii of the :
"son'giren why it is not more humane, more counetion that the of Robert J. Walk 'prediction negrew to JoiwpLine. lire- .
into the policy lie ljdkerchl f tbe feet of'bla ifirurty.He
at
.. advict to the wbigs excellent It is to be main to be eon how far the futartjvjH pppijUU the .aUbhad aomewbat improved, thdugb wag still a (supposed
: economical/ and more certain of success, to cr and thejwlicy'Sir Robert Peel have done more haStily Mused it, when, tka frrfy, dit of she
uiirtie; t l Understand it is)his
between .
porailci two J > W design to
VJok.iotjind Tery
seek Napuleooa.TheSavanaabJJfpi'i.'wa.t
hereafter alli -to go upon
world all the hoped they .a
the rtt?ard system which has never failed, for our eotnmwe and that of the than thatj. ( .lady infUmed bioi.tbat bq waa Uiitg uupt.pet &bjr
try ,
f v the. tremendous of high protective tarifls of the but quarter of a oei tury save all Xbat u DOW !left to tben> -wjtr atJtonor. --:-; :, .-_.:.:, .,. tha aigmr,plantation of a gentleman near-Havana tin* jrjthJJw*ct> pscieTiMp-. --
incur '
''than a :
; expense This u the ort of a man-we undenUnd Ocu Cashing '- --: l ,thia k* that Nape who bod jnvited! Him. r -

Bysiem which has frequently failed, and which, to be ; and whether finally appointed Premier or not, An exebange says that one of Ib'pipeii nf the leoo'a Ute addresa announcing his intended mjuriage Two important billa bvrc ted iath1Ye' !*
our.homMe is doomed to another this be useful i FloctLT &UDf Jk'jctend.i g the aria >of edans- Oenp
in opinion, brief aketch of bis public career mar to spirit: rappers, which pretends to be informed of the tbe most manly production which has emanated fcom witfcb d to
leguUture the tot few
f attar*f i Fifteen OK twenty, compsniea, con all U>OM politicians ignorant of the peculiar qualifications affairs of the dead, state hat apoleon and Welliog4 crowned ita recojleciiou.*. A series of rcsoluUoo havq been Introduced into the ylvank y-
upon'which his friends are aoaai uiae otbia as a, vitbin .Jt also, baa prevent colored penooii from ae vinag mid***
which take
Ohio Senate from we the
,
.viitfog of fifty psityrneneac1; acting *Q tin ar qnarrellln about the 'affairs at Waterloo fuUowing: *
suredsucce... bigharcaUonfoitb frff* 'U
a very Emperor, whom it rejwds that State and another
dee i rtimnla*of high ,regard*, d ofprp\i| ioni at-'cpwpient;points .on -t Comowdor e JL F.Stockton baring reaijfoecbis '\ ablstinannowiurop. Any man, think it ifcto eopaecrate the whole continent, with UM bor in other SUtta; 'and slave narmmitsfri *
pot
*i' ,, e4iiIiaid 4tZ wcwjd ot u bo I'aians seat iotb Btnate from New Jersey, tbe Legisja- aaya'.tbat paper,, "who oot ld sUp into red republican; island of UM lea adjacent therEto, to frwdoin,aod topkee master from letting-fat Peoa yhrada; 11l.I41s-

France as bdIII three ytiirs'ago, when the whole na' them undeY wpruttetioo of our flag tntsr Aiaaricao.eitis *
infli'e if, ;c 'r 4e4s betecIr Twk aod Albany tloawuablaiinf Yoleano. sad b.ao abort a time ba but4o alib loredii 'fa-
Invaatora 6(WWSr v f t'.v PrOridipo the otnry. ill tbcr food
odd eirryapdolc wiopn Ua Marcb i; mr.:' )I$ 4 '1, i4.jteai, -i A 1tI I j ciucd to the tthroue'ty the accianjttloo of thepeo1e, Cbrijtiai. i'wUJaayt;".,.Qoifi.win W dtioe.11 ?> T that Sta '5 : matl

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JSSW-T.ikUrWpwted'y.cure' U-djrfc<1 ID **few*n'inute, that !, err Jaurs**.. "OERSOKS wishing MerchHndiM or other articles 4 O' Febroary 2Sd, wfll be oU at NERVJEJ .AND' BMfi i NLiE'rHEALtALI f-OO"TTON: GINS : .5 5 L *TflU 'ft co., '

made of tlt baik of tiie sweet guiufAcn -a- hauled from Utwcoit to Tallahnwee, "ill app'y the plantation of Dr. James Hunter eight miles oa mIlE unJcrbigred liavlrg fiiad4; still farther improvenit'fat uci.ELE: '&'rcut JEW LRY' noussNo.

.trot* tea from the tree i U sj-teep a handful toVI t ) ,. 1). LADD. Newport, from Tallahassee, on the ThcmasrUlc Road,. ; ANDJ UIMONIC> oil I *. i i. drt rriLki d cutj; .be i .)ll>-d.by 27 BALTIMOBM n, Sx E. cox. or Qtuot*tt,

greets until the' is like gooddrtk coSee--- -D MANLEY, Tallahassee.. Horses Baggy ': any .actury in Georgia in tcaituff' fine ootti>ii'' i>4
of water uquor tf .y 1M0R'1'E3or Enriiib a i 3 n* VatehM ani
PbtUftP7p:1g5s.: 7'
a ctned witli loaf "or add A SURE that canitot he excelled iu their prrloriaiLUc awl a CURE FOR -J..1W
: It dcnr or w ujrnr Mules, A fea *. ; CONSUMPTION. ofery dttcrtpti. Wateh CaMXatmand
1 of coed brand if the shock is very screre. 600 Ounces Sulphate Quinine-Farrt.W'li Wagyri*, .. Oat r* '* rability.His' ALmofac oi rif Fin* QMS J %rtlrr. Wt cll tbe attention
ia in the uiidtt of pf tim best cotton
gllt
infallible it w remarkable in its eSiects, and "PHE use of this astounding'Liuiment has bem atJ. factory oot of SontUm MKl Wrtmi dealert ia TTatdm.ewclry
above lot
If not have just received the of Quinin*, Bacon. .
in the worlJ. HJ intends hU to
Carryall
4 tiwl in ,. tetukd growing regb>ns gins
aud family. with
V U, worth beiug known every hich.wo offer tu dealers and ooneumers at a unparalleli-d ButceM in all disorders nd SilverW Kto; cttf YtTy rzt mlT stack.sorinf .
.
-AIJ50- !.-.- their fbr'theruselrei, .audwarranted ar
SOLON ROBINSON. of Man Hone. 1 1rJaw' sliWby performance s -
friend, or tti m That to Hat khall atlow
artjcji.in our
Your reduced As a and reliable article, tlm po' irt
price. pure Ilousebold and Kitchen Furniture. to perlorni in the 'manner', with gyydaod .
We can add our own testimony to the value vf the Quinine is equal if not superior, to any in the woild. -It speedily cures Rheumatam, Gout, tlvoe -short myttW Bm nt tumtpSw tn, either focraantftr.Oulity .
attention. Gin
icet cum tea having experienced amating and Also ou band a great variety of Foreign and American Terms made'knou-o on the day of sale i Scrofula, .Bum,, Scald. Tetters, notice iu the beet iUe
relief from its tie "l violeut case of dyicnto- Chemicals, Drugs, Methcbes da BERRY ROWLES, Auctioseew, Ac.Fohniary \ Swellings,:Risings Spruit Cuts TJru&s, old Orrf find( for Gius tbonkf poHt received maouer. and l promptly'attended ia Out brooch of tnrfe* Bahimore, and thall

Twliich'refused; ; to yield to the usual remedies. We February 19. 1653.., 7 LEWIS & AMES. 19. ISM. 7 It L leers, bcaldhead, Sore Tliroat Salivation from mer r \viUdtli\ertheaa fre vf use everY lair meaoa tv IIRIIIeSOtsth.rn and Wartcm
charge
1 1O seen, in the last five years its wonderful culT Sore Mouth, Neuraliri, Pika, Ground Itch, dc. to. n\ Merchants to open a votmta tvs. Oar term aLallNJ
be & ifl many oilier cas>es. We have used the detlio Piano for Sale.. Committed to Jail. Ear ache.or deafness, by filling the Ear tritli it and the re i Jcnce of the purikiM-f, at hia farm, CY boat a* liberal and nocommodatinjf ai caa pcoibl/*

bent frni baik boHnr/mi and dried, and stopping it with wool or cotton landing, or rail road depot when convenient. bund m the Uuited St*: 3.Urd .
made ; Croup, by rtil.bitg
who his mime is XewSj
is XEGRO
nGuis for sale Piano whMi A lkIy number
0ocIitu umlereigned
rifHE a jut Bays Below few cerlincutes,out of a larre
are a
the tredst with
material dillercnee. in the effect the liniment
ave d'seowed' uo J- considered as fine an instrument as has t been ? XA.: : ton, and that he Wongs to Gen. A. K Allison and administering a tea- that coiiU he exhibited if (ruin 1'Unter of will mice great pleasure in showing oar gH.-d
beiu effieacl'im. fr* tw Fanner.ey i-poonful internally, with a little :stlr-it U useJ b uecewary to Southern ,and Western ir.ercLaDtj, srLcther they'Opt.3
FhvMhM
btl1 brought to this Stiite. He will aLso sell his Furniture ry L of Gadstlen County, undoubted venwty.Tlie .

of the 'liibune sayb Senator; Badw generally, as be iut uds leaving the State very short -The said boy is about five feet 8 inches the Phthisic same, Bronclutis way for coughs, Cotisumntiou, colds, A, and thiuPneumonia.:Pleurisy. For. tindcrsI ucJ in a Southern man, born and raid S aoccuuts xvltb u* or .ivtL. II. MILLER t CO

nT' of Omuler ly. JAMES B. GAMBLK high, brown complexion, and aged itbout 20 yeart. a sure curi small ed in our glmioui Georgi-i, and baa cot a XurtheiaBii .
imiiuti.'U f Juoticc thSupreme consurr.ption ute a table spoonful Importers tif Vjtfehes, Baftimor
February 19, I53. 7 The owner will ploaue conic forward, prove property 5i his iujIjy. J. II. VtTATdOX.
4 C times
or a day and the brent
keep well F.4'r'irv i;
? tliht lie nnoiuted ls3. 5
is a great
bo rnus ,
VI fiv to coii) very charges and take him -otherwise he _
away 3 i6.3.
i* tlQl ** w .. pay with it. Pain of any kind cannot exit after thU .liniment February ,
1 r av 'ry 8-im: jio.jtici.ui, 81r1 1 u" j lnl"S..j.h<:r. JAMES U. CAM lib 13 is now disposing hi will be dealt with' an the law direct has time to produce it* effects. This liniir.ent $i3ORcward.
nt a reasonable advance their cost HALEY T. BLOCKER 8Jeri .
,
tliat isles 1 very ou
rttl"t '" Gredayss I CEETIFICATES.I .
by } has
completely triumphed over all Liniments' and ahoet the 10th of D nber
( uiulcr coat) und draws the attention f th' 7 tf ,.iIs inuiy > e Feb. 10th. 1>53. RANAWAY.
,,1jliaptIer "onc vhn lives "on Lraa brcuil, who cyiistun? audi articles as he has, to the fact that i Paul killers uiul Extractors extant j and is a t>reiarition hereby certify that I Lave had in operation one M and ADAM. George is a.

of and inC they will rarely find eo favorable un > ituiity to Committed used by the Dot-tors in their practice. A sin lo of ir.! WfcUtrti'jt bitW gina two ycaia. nod beLcve thcai _1. bright nuilattv. firr feet, 6 or 7 inches high, a23 -
co1 water pp trial of its virtues will the boot giu used iu GadsJf Co.. Fla.v. .
| satisfy
of iu
( ro\idc themselves with any ptiiou uucri- hotir 'rears olrl. two front teeth a littla onen. ronntl'ace.
[> a supply fur the coming Lt <>n Connty Jail a negro who that -
rpo says ';
Riid vulnv. M, Ibi2. DAVID WHiTE M. D.rmnxi .
It ,r 1.jt llir ll
lato President of the Court of Appeals the ct.sA is nQVrod. To those vhs) sell again, he can John Smith of Oadadcn County, Fluruk.Mnsi r\'.-It instantly cures Ci.rks, Scratches, red lip when he Inii. hd-R carpenter and iihewriglit *!-
CaU'll, (l.a Is-b Ctits COLSTT Gc Jan. 14. 1853.
WoutiiU :
H. : ,
Sjjliiit.SpiM"ii, btifieSwiniev lie ia well maci- when
connected with the ,only say that, if they wwA, they cnn find bargains. -The Rid is Jilxnit s ix fet-t 1siIi. dark opcals quick ipolea
was uegn : This is ti thut I have ia
: i8.Filini.fth" > certify on
Virginia JAMES 1)). GAMliLE. Sprui pyc. \Vhirlb site ofunv j.-ht, >.'rDibtcmpir e.se r y plaittntii to, and I U a smart sensible f-i'l-jw, and ran off after au
sen ice of the State for more than fifty 19 1853. 7 complexion, with a sent 'n his ifcht eye, ageil ulrjut Stin'ut-ssor Sp-ism, Lockjaw. \big\\ Shoufd ns ia linker county two ct-iteii iin; public February 25 vearp. The owner will pl ie coue irward. prove Lg; Head. Fuot Evil Xa\ul II. \V2tSI.fl of I'uln.yra, GcJ, tLit .rijrm* Li good
various important oiOccs, and r. (GJi, Snake bites, p iCifivta. Owirg* may say belongs to BCTLU other
filling take li'im
years, pixi'jK-ity, pi y charges, and awayuthcrUe or thibtin;. i.f Hiiy thii :. t'.Ic; iu t\ery particular Lcsid-ft iLe sub cnlx-r. lie baa the
Notice.
played
duties of all of them with : perou[
the he will be clnilt wilii. us time law ilirects. _
discharging DlUKiri: lONa: For vTniaiir iiuRPunv.
U.n.-First n.b veIl the game onto. GenrJc ca.4 shot some bacK irlu'l
zeal fidelity, aud ability. At an early age TNTENDIJTG so soon toclusc my bnsinpsvanil lonveJL Fcarnary 19th. 1 >>53. 7 tf prrt uRcct .l with tl.e; liuimi-i.t, fiojn :; to 6; t ma .ii u rutr.1 way t-ip ansi received 8 ot-years 9 shot b.I tufoi,

ho was a member of the Legislature and we the State. 1 ak nimply as nu act vfjuttic'-that all Notice. dy, keeping u woolen cover over if. In KH wul I.rt COLVTY Ga. Jnc. 15, 1 C3. l.w l left lc- : htl tIjili anti l hzi 9'.n' small marks of

before he was thirty, ho was elected who me iudeblcJ to me will at ouce call and pay their bl-i-us: u ai lint ci\t-r. For a1ivatiiiii. rub the piirt* This i U ts.' certify that I have ovtroted for Cot Wz;>. .hIp nn his Uvk. Ar.y pcrionspsrclieiidI'ig Ococgi

think Commonwealth being the accounts, or clo&e them .by their ii"te.. SIX month* after latc. I shall prppont rny final ac-. nfieuteiL For pilou and si-ie eves, tffursj the liuiinent J.&C4 ibu p .el year ouJ thai ued u f'jtluu via, raid will t -liwr I.ini. at mr pmntion in MaJi.on couuty -

Governor of the JAMES B. GAMBLE. luilt nnd vouchers to the Honorable Judge ofProbato is applutl \\ jiho jt the cocr, and iu bimkc bin sI iiii.f.ioiuu-d by CoL J. H. \\'uts.in )f 1'jlutjrii, Fla., or in GatWrn county, Fla, or in any afr jail

youngest man who has occupied that position.At February 19. I83. 7 of Jefferson County, r.s A,bnini.tii.trix ofTnonias I l give lieflv imt.amad!.. i\\hiJi perfoiniod t<> my tnliic Kiti--fl4ctiiu, zLaivg 5., that I get tini, tLiI! 0.-Cure reward of thirtyDollar
t m f
the expiration of his Gubernatorial term .1. Townst-ml, lute ot wii'J Lo'iiity.: (.cea.Qril. j .tut lc JIurse.-ib well 2 ( r C times a Jay. the i iutl.rltsil uitI SfItesi ansi v. ithrut nr.y knnijin.j; *.

be was elected a Judge of the Supreme Court To Planters. arid ask for a disniiion from mv Ailminiatniturhhip: '' Jttit, without esvr, tx.v-pt i.i ?jn\iu, <.54 or avLrugnmg thi to Lalca p ..r'e W. \V. AD-UL. 2o REWARD.-Ranaway t!Lomt, the Hth Dacembjr -

which olficc[ he held until last rpHE aulwcriber has on band the following nrticlt*. MALbY A TOWNSEXD. Ailm'i. wot.u.ls. For DUleiiiper, rub the iWehca-1, a.l inject I li--t; horn the pl.mntatioiz of the lcribcr ia
of '
Appeals he made J. which Planters will find it to their iuteieut to call JeflVrson County, February 19. 1S.-.3. 7 *5n Hilo the itriI.Mmmimtmf.wtmired BAKLE. C&itr (:a., Jan, 18, 1S53. County, AIA3f. He J' about S4 years old.

year. Some fifteen years ago was and BCC. They may pel haps ave twenty or thirty I hy I. T. Heinle rsou f-r: R. MIXOX. This way certify; that I base iu uae one of J. If. r. feet fr incliea hi. h. well bnilf. complexion Hjht.1'iiick .

President of that Court by his associates.The .- per cent by purchasing nvui their supplies for the Notice. 1t j. ) eIIJS. .l'uri.u' edit' J..s2.. I \\Vit30trssavk-, With \vheh: I HUlWtil 1Iitae.I, iilnitiiku CVe's. large and s-how} a gtnwl deal of white-

eminent ability with which he |performed } enr. lIe otTers months after dato. 1 fchall prr%cit my account j DILL M A PISI 1ALl Fort ( aii.es. ( jjlua i.rc ill itooiniii-j'-Iiic them to plan to'. I.> omei>-&\\ bortrs ou his barl, jmme few on his tret.

his judicial functions.won for him the appellation lion at IVauclure cents, i SIX vt'uch$ to the I Ii'ii. J u'!ge of ProKite fn.MnJi .- f f. r the St.-it.-s of (It or ;;a, Alilvnm. ansi Fl-.riJ.u E. St.ttii-V.'t.tru (.t.o., u eiua.I t,.. r.'mv rmmms.Je It an'] some on his *rms-a tolcmble heavy foot.with

the Mansfield of Virginia," the admiration Nuil. ou County. ai Adnnri.-tisit of the ei-Uito of I 15A UN Al:D. Tnl!I jha), ,_,.,. : JOI\ x jo jj JA N. Quh.cy; | the bt-tc. i!. C. L'ALL. c5srm.m on his rnidJItoea i ,i. h carpciiter and good

of Osnaburgs, I 10}, Janus Aibmitti ii. dc
of the bar, anj the universal esteem James River 22 in. 4, tf) from said AJminitruiiofi.WILLIAM. ItIi5uIN, paeIsic9)1a. BAKER C.: OTV Co.. Jun. 21, 1853.Tlii Jeln creel to me 1:1 Jlti-hwn at the plantation! or at ray

and confidence of the people of tho State.A .- I'ruwn Shirtiugs, 6 to 9.Sfa T. ALURITTOX AJm'r. TESTIMONIALS iYi pianation ia Ga'hJuu Countr, vr pit in some safe j jmi1.
: certify that I have overstcd for B. O.K "
and )better man in all the relations of Islancls! t4 to 10J, Miiilit-oii] County, February 17, 18..3.: 7 fun Union SI)> that I get him. A. II. LAXIER.
purer Parisli! Lc.. Oct. 20, 1350. .>:ttou the Lu-t 11 fee years pi: t iJ'I l used one 5sf J.
in the State and a fairer JJrownSlicetiuR8,8 to &J, DKAK Sin I January 22.1853. S tf
lived speciraen ,-
life never nm pejiily opp-M-.J to jjuutf ttstirnoi.1 IL ttalvm's SU saw gins iniuicat Palmyra which
to IS Notice.
Bleiu-h'dSliirtins.9 ,
of.the perfect gentleman could not be j tio in euros t.iJ I0 be pa ni IRI | by patent n.t-d- Im: IIerf..rmet Is) m, cLt.TC .:stifaeten. ansi iz dora-
RicJnnond Whig. bhues of every ilcbCiipiiuu at 10 per cent advance, A LL prsoiH inJfbted t to tie: estate( of Sylvester l'imi' s ; i.t.t ii.. the t.( ilr. lk..smimar,, vm', um'-I ik-hutv.tii.: limiy L'ATEMAN'/ Extra Mullet.9t1' .

found anywhere.- Wtmdn are, Hardware, Ji\. HiiiUiti.iliM'.M: late of M.vlison' County, nr r<-- 1 1i your Nerve aissi l Ifc.ne Lininunt on a loijr tuiulin ileirous BARRELS MrL.L-r-eo of which ar,

The gentleman spoken of so highly above, Umbrellas fiom 75 ccuts to ?5. i quei-ted tu niakv inniwl.ite: paynivnt ; mid all ts'en.) s-n-e k-jr I aun ci-iiiiJtiie-l, in COIUI.H*>!I Io.mcmt.v(; -, i j LEE COCNTT, Juu. IS, JS.-S. <-, _, '1 fiom Cid.ir JittiitiiidJfjiiaUe-partheaJ*
Cr.K-kory China, Ac.H i )ii\ing ile'iiands agninst -:iitl e.tatii. will prfnt the I I :., make att >-.t.iti.in off latter with and warranted ia
of the Hon. to the nu-i is .f Siu-h hvuljabw put up great pains
father
recently deceased, was "the hits some Fiencb China, which will be soil in an 1111u to cf-rtify that I have oversee-! fur CoL Jo .
panic, prs.wrlY HUtlnntodiililiin t.c! timtj TIby -- iiudii'iiif. I the For sale
| [ urn n.-n un\iou t ilo ti.w. the every way vtry tep.tior. hy
j asm limJ the aiil have used lii-
E. C. Cabcll, member of Congress from this lot* to buit purchasers, for making JAMES or B.tilling GAMBLE.up bett. SCiit.t..I Li'or, this iii'>tice will IK plead iu bar of' I J.HM.II was a j ji.-47i.-iit of my CT.II, -.n.I l, pi e'\i..u Iy t) lour -"t.on twri iins; past of tixty yesira saw-i e.i'-h. manufactured 1:11: farm l>vCvL Newport, January 15,18 3. 2 D. LADD.

their iteo cry." tI-II,!. ''ur justly aiesl lJt.il _,1j u I.i lt. ie 1.sJiseli ( J. If. Wr.ten s.f which huve j
Palmyra :
perl'urine
State.
1653. 7
19 SKUPF: AID
February XAXCYAXXH1XTOX, Airu'x.Fchrurv all TOBACCO.
_ fls .spt.-il t.nth hi .
11 tutiie Miti-iLcti.-u ke tlimc
-- they rn: a
---
my ; s Ljne.
GOT ms IIii inix: R.tsKEr.-There 1 1 AC\ CAST SWEIIPS at c.W. and chat gc I'.Mh. 1W 7
than that of 1UU JAMES U. UAMI5L2. ly .ii.il p--iinuiently cun-il. Hi1.lsg J, iw a-. -"..ijjilc JAMES CHEEK. 'o. 42 Chatham tt, New York.
hardly more laughable sight a Large Sale of Public Lands in Florida.
it a a, \cr it wa. &r.Ji. B. Iri.s2: .
horso with his head in the basket. Absorb February 1'J, 1F53. 7 j j"OTICU i k h.-icby givt-n tliat in pur ;imi.f \\u\f I OFFERS f.>r sale the iwbjRrticlcs warranted
TO THE PL'BLICLrarmervilV M.U-ON Ga. Jan. .
| 21,1SC3. qimlity :Macetiboy. Scotch Coars,
J > undtiH iitfil wil! fTrr ,
the routine of life j the! <> mit public Mile lit tl (-
ed in oats, common may Tallahassee Railroad Stock. I Uiioi I'jtM,. Jj,. "1 to thnt I ha\e French Itapprc and other 5>uuffs, abo Fine Cut Tobacco
Wlrtt in his i ('nuit llit-Tb in the '-;* iv' co on and it is all unnoticed. eale. a few thnros of the iib"\e. which will 1)Cj1C.I L..ls'wthe f"lli. inirSt.ite :Luj.ls, l Iing pii v To t li.E>iioi3: '.f the New OiivHiid! Dtiti 1 t'ltionin Le uii i J>a.!.cr C'.ui.tiiro. kicottou gi.3 ofisty in tin-foil and paper ; a more particular Jercri -

moment of leisure might have startled our FOR ..llv p-iva lbi tAr di\ iii'a' to wi! : j Genlb-i.K'n; -UV ivUh, thn'i'h; joi.r; valuaMc j.-i:r- | .- raws i-cvh, ina-Ie by G!. J. II. Watsnu .fPaI- }>tiin of the various artkles cnn bo known by

steedihip from his equilibiium oral least ttock la tho SuuUieru counti In Ga-1-.h-n! OL, M-ii'lay' M Iv H'th, al .ut FSO ai-r<3. j m iml, in i-xpi.-s4 to the puhlw v
caused niui to turn his head, now passes tind. JAMES B. GAMBLE. J.ickx.u Satuplav'M! Jrf.VJO! { the \aiw of on- ,.f t.! ..- ,i tzttet Ji.v.-ovtiies of the agc. j er tluru equal to :u.y gina made in Georgia in every Jnio-nry 15. 1SS3. 2 3m

hi-n not. Look lYb-'wrv 1s?. 1 R3. H..I.H-S Tui.-y! 24'h, 4..V.OCtlhoun \iz. l Dlt. I. T. HKNDKIt (A'-S %?ree at.d L'ne i rr'jett. 1 t.ki.- pli-r.-iUki in itcou enIiii(7( tLcn; to
r his f et, and diduib .5 M'ii.lay.' C0h,: "K'.KO t LiHimtitt lit'ii all, a,..! I'uhitonic (,;1. j>lnt r3 in SsntliVtitt 15u Gci-ip'a ansI FknJa.C'ol. STAEE, SON & CO.,

where he may ho* sees mithiiig bit: o.tts- House ior Sale. WM.;hington, Satiniy.! 3 line 4 tim, h1.4 JO !J _thI.u I1i we are not iiiv.K.-tfrs; of the host cfpa- I !. Wut&ou ia a Si utliria ni..n. loin am..dxLcd iu (LATE MALTBY & STATwR.)

oats arc all his reveries ; his speculation tend strc occupied bv the uivlersicnod] i ii .4 Wal!<'ti. Thbi.Mhiy. I'th. 6.l2untrv.t our tnJit, und Iu4a no NotLtrn iijti-reit. 147 WATCB. Srurrr, NKW YOKK.EEEP .

to oats ; and he crunches onentirely satisfied ftft? THE -rd fur i ae. autl to mrny cm1 who ie- i TERMS.-One fmiithV ,h : tI.- oth..r tlircf-fixirthe I llnnk it but an a.-t of l.er j tc! ; to the inveiitur and JOdLI'II BOND. constantly on I.an-1 a Large assortment of

with himself! and tSw world at large. __ ;ti sires a ijiKid stand for bueinr&s, n better op- payable in thn-e, equal annual in-tilnu-nts. with inti, rn i'f u-e to the public; i
few reflections might bo drawn from ;pent unity is rarely presented. The upper tV-mm Uctinvvitcd c-t : ad Vance; or, if any purt-h-u.tr: prefer it, ti\.- per ] fr-nu our tvti personal knov. Iwiijc of tie! above IJHU- LEE Coisir Ga, Jan. 21.1S53.j own Manufacture which they ciTer to Cash and Tim
A
i into five comfortable room, each ha\iii f n <* -nt. will be deducttvi from tli'j credit in-L hiicnv s.iIhc. [and vrhich Lavilxtti attitt>d by inr..cnnn- j TliN: it certify that I ovtrn-nl for Col JnsipiI buyers en the most liberal terms, at a slight ndvnnco

the sight-as tor instance, when a nianHjMT. time pLcu. JAMES B. GAMBLE. iijvin the paxuivnt; of the whole purchase money at it.tblc wiliK-j-si-a,] tu S.IT that, tx-c-I 1 itterimallv.! it i is, one IVti l last yt-itr at Lla Mu.i Cek ;>Lu.taliju in La. cr | from cob:. 1 !heir Iwii experience in this branch oft

i'ectly) satisfied :hat he has made money eliuui'n 1-Vbnmrv 19. 1853. 7 the time of sul-.t. s.f :he boat iiitdaiiM f.T diVaM!* '.f lime! lui' ar.il I; Coiintv. iiiiil ted l one tfJ. ILV' it.o: '- i ax triiis. ;az5d i.u-4u'... :.,,:.,, it.... .:JtIII .iu. outr. iciiuceincnu:_ i .io i.uuven

--.--__*_ 'itJ -...- UI&sJ:54I-: r .'...f,.,tlh14. -, .litl-.. hPfI.- DAVID S. WALKER. ResMrr Iron long dliserv
efit only buuselt through life, he has got his Glass, &..c.VST Of Publi-i Laulo: fir the State of Florida. taut Ub-ti externally fur manor bcamst i.j the cure of v\tr used, it uiaLeb a. flue: eUiLple cf cotton-.avtragj j ticuhirly ir.vitd. (Jitlt-rfe respectfully solicited,and
tlJ(1bs (1CmbC., for which H i i.Dr. i.-, alverti-tI. four P rules! with aud is turi.be.! 1
-bniftrv 12. l v>S. 6 ::i.i iuf per day taS.? esticcLu &Ucnlu/u paid to {.takiacj gm>lsfor distant
head ia the backet. ; icceivcd per Blown. Gla'a of usual sizes. M..D, M.iyis* tstiiii.tisl will fuither[ convince ha\o: Uacd irvcralf hU ius before. aL'J ul .ijs Lad i ith'iii ulJa TAI li. fON A CO,

When a ciiLge! ynuth thinks that ho has boiled Linseed Oil, Putty in Cun*. Chrome GittD.F ; DENTISTRY.yL ai'V' onj of itr. eiijifiioiitv in the cir nf C
acquired just about sutlicient knowledge, amid ( bnmy; 10. lt-53. 7 (;EO. W. SCO'lT i CO. ] 1'. 1'. LE%. IS, n-H.h-nt i.f th:> 1. M. HAND. SL.-iiiT, O. TJUl'imN., CUrk, VHWIAS V. CAF-TER. Januwv S, IEC3. 1 3ciFLETCEES

tench him thing jjivt-s notice to his friendnd It ELLIS.; KcconUr: S. 0. DAVIS. AJ..H-H r. i iV.
it would be impossible to any Wanted.
basket. tlie jiuMiclitniily that) ; be liii* itmoved M. JJUVA.V. M". OCLV1.UIUJ L'Si; M. u I LEE CVr.TY G.i., D-c. 23, 1SC3.Tlii INSTITUTE,
in the
further, he hzs got his hefid : has 500 BUSHELS of Corn, by S. S. KNIGHT.Flruary to hi-* old immsl i nHr tlio 1'opt Otliiv v.hen1 hg< i> J. W. HLTIINASCE. H. P. IIUTIIXANCE. 5.-* to certify that I have oversecd fjr Ti.zua.s TX1OM.tS1.LZ, u.\
she
When a young lady imagines that It'', 1MJ3. 7Varietie (ircpart-il io execute Dental opciuliuu: on the new ucJ St. EfIgIie.r. 11. il.mijhon the pr ept ct-ar, ant us tl two gin-, on

nothiag more to do in life than to catch a impriiv slnii.Artiti'd H. II BRVAX. D. PAYXIIIYJri.iry Lis Inrni ir.a'Ie ly J. H.'\Vztnmi of Pulinyra, which
she has B. Ttlihli the pn'su-titinj a litolikeiijifKainnca 1'J, IS. 3. 7 ly BOARD OF INSTRUCTION
hiuband, seiilo down and be at case, gum juriVnucd tit! to any :DS 1 have e\cr iecu or used, :
received Brown. Flint FnamlW Jar, fn-ni .'I.t t-i un t-ntiie t-.-t, will \I.e i\e( sUt..I uutl n.ulc ovd lii-t.
got her head in the basket. lUsT per j DR. I. T. HENDEBSON they gin L t Riv. F G. ASAY, P/esidiit and Proftsor fEit.atih .
bis ingoing t P Ijriivii! Ciipft Chaits. Willow Chair with tubW, on the Atin< ('hi.-iii: ]'iiucpc: vilb: Ututnoo aiul PRYOIt RUBY.AIDANT fittrufurr.

When n Christian FUOIE up leligion ]Biitai.ni.i Dippeis, Ht-arth Hni'h '. Wa i Brii-h, dorI.hty.: T i.iii-'a.i.! S TOV the! :iuut blIcc ..sfui. .scit ntiii.* j-rictitlot! -r of j MiL O. P. ANTHONY,/A. IT, Profes 6rof Jfathe- S

tn jas-t "> many nK-eUiig; *. and yiyiiiji Hi.JilwrlV'tliinj; flings, lliililn-r Knttlcs.J lli'it eiiiii.Cid.'tik : j Ji'ff. mft' Gi'V. JniH'5 E lipKiini' Dr. C. G. En-: _L I use wttTi (5.tmIrv. f.r the <-nre "fuiskiti 1 c-r i ih'inu'ti Jan. 23, 1S53. ,za1hs and Xatvrnl Sdnee.Ma. .

*>o many j Imraveri. iufldett that b M* yotul v- La.i.s:i Stwinjr Chiirs Rn-nzi'd Stand :li.h" Dr. J. B. Tajl. r, Dr.) M.h.. li-n. M. A. J J.'i'.z. ( r it' Chn-i) .ie slNiIcS. to w it : C'au'f r. Srrnfnb. n.Js is to certify that I I ave in use on city plantr.tifii .- E. L. AXDEEL OX, J'roftiior efianryuag"s.

cough. Ie has g&at bis bead in the basln-t. trIs. l'l'kmLIshilt1; l'&tiH. lLaIII Biii-lee Father ( K. A. Shine nnd J.4iii-* KirWv' E-ijr., Hon. D. IL Fungus. :;ei-iis.i: Uh-f-rutLn! lvpus.. and Cut.vtaiie in thi* C..ur.ty a KXty; saw pin niknufjctured by M.is.'; A. J. R. MEARS, T chtf cf Jfusic, Urav

When iuit.4te 'li.irns that all his p.ui-- I IinMfis Ut.l/Mr: P..rl-r ildls. 1'ulf Cur.6Viilw i iIhVlIni M.i>>. H-iu C.. W. C.i'.l. Rev. I. G.uduer. <..iH eiiiptiniis of any jH.iiion i.f [lie i Li. lv. ti'fri-th- eeL J. H. \Vutaon of Palmyra, which 1 eoti-idt-r equalt t

a thousand \\' with b.' wheels.) -Iinnv 12, 1F5X: 6 IfSLtKtlAI'Y cr w iih all manner of CLr.'iiio lieac.j or Gt-i.< rid l>-- -> any gin r.aile in G>.or ia. in every pivrticubir, s uilnt -4. -

loners la the number of a expects try fli, 1R5 7 O. W. SCOTT .t CO. hilily: ru.il Cuiistitutiop.il lorui-eiiteiit: ( ; aiss > an Ocu- excelled by at. I ha\e: nj hcMUition in reCouin This Institution, located ii one <>f the most healthy

iiim to call ou iheui jut once a week, be will nK SlATJ.'s Ermce., ? li-t, A'iri-.t, a.-* well a* a piaititiont-r MI fet-rct di.eaei > n>hnv tLeiu trL'iinized -

find his head :a a basket, aud a pietty tiLt Notice to Stockholders February filh. lN::S. ) i if tum. and Ih'ric peculiar to wouiau; Al,u the only They are iLi.-unitic-ture'J iu our ii>ijst and by a SoutJi1 throughout will lut re-opened for the reception -
proyi" als for delivering the Acts amimsi l ,-i.-rsoful enrer ol" Conaiiinjition, and all the minor '1 of tJ/a/e and/> il.- J/c/w-
one too. Jtjfi ran Svutltti n ItiplitsMannfiictuiiny Cunpany SEALED | Luau, a native of our own g'uiloiGP.EAT tkvrgia. : a ,)vu the/fr
: of the .!t'i' General As-ieinhly tu the l'.itis.nary Diava-. Can IMS consulted letter
I Iiu
I by or D. A. VON. diy in Febn-arir 1S03. The aim of the Bard of Instruction
Finally, dear readers, as there is not one I T i is hcn.by < nli n J by the Truttei-, at a n.ecting I K' cral Jui'. en 'if Pru.l.it. aim.1 l Gh-rk* ,>f the Circuit pviacu ut 1'oit Gniiitb: Geo. will be to -Jicate thoroughly such Student

peifeet person in all the woild, and we each this Jv: field for that purpm'e, that an as.ciniit I Cointi> <.f tliib Slati 1..r sli-ti ileti..!mm. will be rcdl l TESTIMONIALS.Lonsi.iiJ SALEOF as tnay b r cnlm=t .il to tLtir care. A reference to the
the to tho full amount of the iaremie.l ttssek p ivid l f.>r at thin ifikc until It! o'clock, M, 0:1 Monday the lohJ.iy
ride our own hobby, let us come t" conclusion LOTS IX TAMPA. courae i-f study will ho\v that they are pledged to
arti lt8 f It- i-. August 7, 1S49.
in the Cjrim1mnva oiiyinal < > agreement, of March n \t.Satisf.irtiTy .
| :
the of, for the Junior Class iu
that until we have sowed oats paid tu the TrJa urcr, Williaiu Dcuhaiu, hy the fim l-iuJs to l be given ansi the laws, ttc, Dr. Iletulrrwi, 1 must bay 1-ontrary to M exjvcta- ON the tirst Monday in March next all the lots lying j.rcpare to enter a young the man ->f of the Learned College.Pro-

folly we )hare; all got our heads in the bas day <-f April lu-xL to )lie ili.-tiibuted by the list t f May nfit.X. tion, you Iiave compJtely cfired niy i bter of the Cau-I East of Morgan fctreet, iu the new survey, or ftealons. In upon ths 1'esnalu study iK-psirtnient ajiy
1R33. <>f I hi r breast, and Mrs. C_> of the Polypus will be oiitrt-u at public aui-tiou, on tht'pipiuisus. a young lady
ket.-O'ii'C! Kranch. Dated Moutu-ello, Fc-brunry IS. B. Piop"siii niuctbe fir nt lcu one half of time| eel j I be as n.ughly educoted a in Fen.ale CV1Uie. -
fly t'idcr of the Bnanl "f Tru.-lees. State, cither Lost or West, tF.iting from Tallnha-vec. I. of the n -<>, tin* <>1hr) dirii-tiuiia in tl.e ssri'sila treuti | Tiniii liberal, and made known ou day of sale. m may. lit both D riartment-i, (Male aud any Female,) thetUjeL.t4
Tbc nifiit s'f Chronic Dis<-a.has proved better tliau order of the Ifc-anl of Couunissioners of
THE PuiLosoi'iiv OF ADVERTISING. SAL STEVENS. Agent C.V.. DO\VXIN'(}, I i any 15y County uill be dm..sifled i ts follows:
New York Suit gives the experience of an old IYhruarvl9, 1RS3. 7 Ct February 12. 1853. CIt Swretary of Suite. I llung I.Lave ever met with in my 25 years iuvcsli apractice. -, llillrU-iongh Count r, iloriiia.
tionpii.i SIMON TURMAN, ARATORY DPA1T32rNT-rflIRD CLASS-
advertiser, ulio sty* the matter of profitable Notice. Liquors. YuLrs,, IUf p.ctfully. T. A. HOr.BS, M. D. Ftl.ruan-5, 1853. 5U Judge of Probates. JV.MCE CiASS-SLXIOi CU33.LTnJer .
I make it a rule .
advertising is very tIle. which haeth the first January next. I promise to pay John, 1LI> Mmlcirn Port, and other} AVinen. AIim. .,ldUratlv. FARHEK.VILLE, L*. Noveml IS, 1851. nocucumstsncea will a Student be permit- %
to always ndveitise in the mpor? ON L. Mills ()tic Huiflifd, Dollars, for the luio
largest cliculation among all classes .f f Nt-ifrob..y Juck. (Si nwl.) D. LADD. ic.. for wle low by D. MANLEV. I 1:11 Ipw( Jirt1.. lleii'liick! fn Cancer in the ilriIbt THE irzdercigneti. Agent of the above Company. pared. Special attention will be prJJ to Moral and

the people. When mlvertiscmenls arc lagged Ne\.rtJaiiuiry 1, 1852. February 12, I'-SS. 0 tf hot; ("iiocioiled, an 1 1 feel n. ln-sitancy iu fcaylng to tie JL will receive applii-atii f-r and aake iiisniiinoei Religious training ; also, to- the health of Students.In .-

of me for jmpcrs of'tiifiing rirculttioii and iffcrs I hen by ritiitinn any und till persons from trading worM Its I have suM to you, that in many _ears *sfierience i :Igaililt Ins hy Fire. sn Brick and Frame lLJJiugs! a word, no paius w ill be spared to make the Institution -

are nude tu insert them at a nominal for a nut! < \vliich tho nbove is MS niar a ropy ut I $25 Reward. I'S time wssttr&i countiy aissi I acqtiaintcil with theSelesititie I''Fuiiiitnre. rcLaiihze, itxI worthy! the confidence und patronage of the Publif. -

can reulke. L\ cry 41u11r.sf saiJ nole hasxtat\ paid I'raciiti'ini-16, yt-u tire the \ cry tItot on I Jniinary 2'J, li.'ia. 4 B C. LF.WI3. .
price, \voulJ 8-jy to ny>elf, nuy money loiig bince. c.iii (-jui-ntly bhall in>t PitY it again uuict i ifonxid ,< TD AX: AXAWAY .from the ouhs >rilr on the 2'Mliff Cijrs.nm' !)!;-< KM m. 1 eM r tact \.itli cr r. nil afiir. LiTEKAaT and Snixririo LECTVEES will be delivered

ipent in such n way, can biing little profit.It .- Ui by some' queer ciaiMructi.ni, of law. J / jHin'Mry Ift't, a lur man l by the niinnif, YeLls, ie; ]aetfully. U. U. Wli>T, il. D. Notice. ia the Institution on cvtry Tuebday Eveuiag
.Ai. (; ioita: F.. He i* :aUct :::0 i ycnr* r.1,1., is rr.ore profitable to adveitiso .n little more Newport, Ft-briiiiiy 1i; 1&3. 7 D. LAD!). NLW OaiEAN LA, A'mgust 7, lNr 2. .
and nhont n nii-lmni t\ri'--- piick "jxlu-n ; A LL prrvn indfbreil to the estate henry B.LI. RATES OF TUITION:
in the widcljr circulated paper, and pay its when i-poke to. 1 will pav sriv JHT-I ?25 for I.H < ppi'hvutiitju Dear Sir : Your nicilkincs ansi direction in the Hni.lii.nl. l-ife ff Leon Cour.ty, deceased, are re-
prices." Important to Housekeepers. i iSomtlJiity ami Jtluciy to me, <>r Imltf! m anY cufcj emma, s. ill Uli-cr* tio, ,lc. h.ive all c% .rally Iwi-n sue i3uc3t.d l tO make ininieiliatc payment; and those barI Preparatory iJepartment. embracinjj 'Orthography,

bittir and more rro'uic / lh>in f'oda, j jii.i! JAM1S' fl. \ICKb ct-psfii'lv tiii-il by nit, ami I lin.l tht-in entirely f-st.s- ( iii.; deiiuiiU a: iiiist said e.itate, will! present them to KeiuSimr. WriUiijj and' Arithmetic

Ct'uun T. ilar, t.. any o.} COTTOX.-I'tlruary 19-lUngcs from C to 8i.- Third Class ernbracinPUE the above with En-
irittft'ff licik nq. \ \viji! vkLk-li! I have 4vcr o me'aTiibYoms -*. I I sciibo.l l by i.iw, or this nuUcc will bo plead ia bar cf ,
Very unsett1el.r GHKMIC'AL YEAST, OR BAKIXG Medicines. l(,>pt. tfi-lly. T. C. I,'. FAliLIN, II. D. their rccovi.iv. gIilz Gramnmr and Geography, 11 00 5

DUHKE1-7S -F*" "rniMug Bread, Ui-cnit, Filed, ro!n Suit*, Any ntnoiittt i f t-.itriftni-ifl! cnn be n-cn hj cnllinj EDWARD BRADFORD. AdaiV. Junior CLiss-The aLov e, with higher branch-

OBITUABY. GiiiMle nii'l J .bnny CnkH, 1LdtflhIg 1t.Vis, C rnBrea.l. JUST. S.i.1-1 Csstt.r Cil, ir. fn tah- low Iiv j .,t, the tiri'ler&in.'I i LI* tl.ufcrs )himcf! in j ,ifisi; >s,'ii'n I FtLnian5.1833.. 5 SwSheriff's i-s of Mor.il Engliah and Education ileutal embracing Rhetoric Xatiirll -.

Died 1 in thi* citv on the 4th iuttant of Pneuuaou'ia, Sweet Cukes, Appe! Dumplings, Pabtiy, tc, February 12, IMS. C D. MANLEY. I (Ifs a ileeirlnl kisw1sIe| nii-iii!; fl e'um ten yr.'ir* ch'te ,, Logic, Botany Chemistry.l'hito.o1Lv."Geology,-
di", this nrliclc is mc tliat every practice, ljHervnti- .iitl fxin-rieiK-e in the West nn.lth Sale. 5
Mm. LUCY E. J6II.VSON. aged 63 yc-ars. Bunk lfpin anti Politi.jJ: 1700
Alabama and GCITJU PIIJKM please c.'py.[ FAMILY I HOTEL, BOAHDIXG) HOUSE. Received: from New Orleans, .. 1 I I4'bl.i'als < t I. New Olle :::0. Ilk M'stem, gives but Sale day-1st Jl-inday in JIarcJi, 1S53.irtue S ;cor Chtsa-;Review of the above IXvnomy., with Lat
knife anti vIm
of Eating Saloon, Slup. Stcamb >at, Vtcl, Canal Boat PER SCHOONER CI1IPOLA, :i little pain ansi I n1! J"in c\tr t.athe \ ci in, Greek, Algebra Meuauza-
Died in this city cm the niirht of the 7tli instant eIcsI! .ml to limited cxltnt, reuicilit-a boulhautiuotc.al t Y \ of a certain wilt (.ffieri f.wlish'ued out Geometry,
Scarlet Feter. MARY L. daughter) cf Dr. J. IL Randolph tc. will fiuil, up.n[ a careful trial,to be the vtry thing 5 BIlLS l'l'ur. .iiij! of initatin ly a B SS f Leon Ciicuit Couit wlier-i the Ann W. tiou, tc, 20 00

In the JO'h your of her age. tttrdrd evfrii ; fe d.iy ujt their exitentt. 0 Lo I3Us! Y Ilorr Potatoes r. ( mtisiielI; adinitiiatr.it, is pla'iitiiT. awl KUen ...t.Bi French Languages, extra ir Term 7 CO

.. The flower tidetli. Its uiobl important adiiuitages over the old system Z TiLieen Xw S'tr (?urcd Hams, 1CEFKRENCES. tkleim)srugh. ailn.uuKtratriT, is'lefen-lact. 1 have Music on the I'iuno or Guitar per Term, 20 00

11th Th'epmber. EDWARD ar 2 Smoke.i Brof Oov.- .1narii: W.UKER. Ex-Gov. ISAAC Jonx o.x, is.rie'l upsi and will expose nt nuMic sale b-jfore tie Use .f Piano or Guitar, \t Ttrno, 2 CO
Died b San Fr nn'oo. on the OEOUGU ALDER 1. It naves the expense of milk, eggs, rfwrtening, 2 Boxes Tonijuts, Ilo.v. S. W. DOWN. P. SyfLF, U. S. Stn.tt"rs fmiii La. Coin House kxT in the city ot Tailahassee, within KmbroiJery, per Term, 10 00

O. ALDERMAN and ) spoiled bread, and the trouble acid expend of procuring ft m>U Leaf Lard, Pn>le:>*ors STONK, HABBI-XV. II MEa of N. O.; Dis.CARTRIGHT 1-jCal hours, ui M mcl.iv, time 7th day i>f March, 1803, Jrawing, per Term, 10 00
HAN. brother z.h! about 30 nnd 25 *, formerly
of year th firm good )tut8t-water only being neet ary. 20 KI--H ii., DOWNFR. amid HEMICUJO:;. of N" O. the following difcribeJ property to wit : Fuel, ir Term. 25

of Uarianna Alderman, Florida nnd lately cmnpoHin and:Colui 2. No time i is toqiurud fwr the dough to m* bof.re .5 Pnixes Star Ciin.llcn, February_ 1S53. 7 ly LOhr5'UbltO2ifls\1ofsee6.TLRlS The Scholastic year conilats of two Term. The first
A Co. Sacramento a.Hdward -
tome vek. H'IIICO, was taken City ick with niall baking ; coubequtntly bread may be laade iu a fdw 1 hUt LnnJOil.40f'0 Look at ThinrpHE !1- and K ; L-o. Lots 4, 7,8. 9, lo', 16, 17, 18. 24, 25 and comrucucta ou the iirot Monday in Februnry,aud close*

in which termi 1iiiiiUtt. .SujK-rior Havana Ciiroj-. ;32. in S E i of See 1, T 1, R 1, S nndV, all lying ou the hiet FiuJay iu JurftLr becoud comrueocee oo
resulting
pox.nated lus life. <>tsmigntioti*. of the luiii]bia( i blither a. A c'k oan alwaya depend! upon having lipLt, February 5, 1S53. 5 KERRY ROWLES.T undor-iiiieil i is under the painful necessity of near the city of Tallnluisspe; ansI Blso'2C| acres of the tint Monday iu August, ,and ends on the Friday

tracted the di*>Hfte eqi-g, {which atten'V.nj al. m fataL cmi- swet-t. tt-ii'ler and palutublebreHtl ni.'h| bUcuit, vhcthcr --- . -- i a ;ain c.illinif upon his customers to settle their land, inure or leas, in the W of N" E J. Sec 16. T 1, before the tweuty-fiith ofltcembcr. S

died within an hour of each other.o proved Iliey the flour be of tins best qiuilUy or not Prolific Cotton Seed. atcounl", as ho inteii.U leaving thii city by the niiJ- K 1, S and W. with the buihlLjrja thereon, Ijmg 1 near Tuition Fees tor the Term ore required to be paid

4. Broad made by this pioceh5s much more nutri UST rwvivHl lot of the alwo tile of Jlarrh, and will mnut |nwitively put all notes Lake Bradford. in ml can ee. No deduction from tuition for absence.
a C ttnn Seod. or"U.ri
UIMW, easier of digestion, hotter fitted for a weak etoiiiJih. - Joax ZMKrxE, XT. K. DiLwoarn. fcwc-ctiT, wiiitur and lighter, thau wheu maJc the Feu Iilaml oxpieFMy Cotton fur n f-\vr.1'iciiUr Hvml>n has in MUCC orders February 12, 1853. 6 C. C. BYKIXiSSLTT011 >u h. late of Leon County, deceased,* and'to be procured in private families, all things included fuftcii

ERSKINE &. DILWORTH._ with yf-ast. your Bold to satisfy said writ of lieu facis. dollars per iu'>uth. -
,. if
TTflflY p z;. Tim bread made by fermentation, does not BfT'.rd KHHI. you Want nny. The prfwni they were impnrfnl NEW YORK VIA KEY WEST IL T. BLOCKER, Sheriff. January 22, 183J. t 8m
o i-i u fur knew time kind .....
ijMONT1CELLO 41 of seed he was onlwin.?. and fast Brig
!the name ainor.ct of iiinirinhuK'nt to the m.ym.tem that! For Mile .Jay. BThe; new fiuKiig packet February 5. 1S5S. 6
FLORIDA. by DANIEL LAD1XXcwjioit HROWN Trim. Mi 'ti-r,will have despatch for
it ]isNs the GOV. ,
wl.wi tunile with ihw ci> >und ; Iweause
S february 19, 1853. 7 3m v( gtal.le acid contained in femicntud nijx bread prevents February B, 153. 6 the above fISEtII. For freight or passage, apj.ly to the Notice. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, ONE AND ALL

the jiroper acti-m fef the gn'1rc fluid upon it, iind. cmiwxjucnily For Sale. Captain on board, or to weeks after date, the undersigned will apply to BY the assistance of my very attentive Bowk Ke p-
Stilton Cheese &.c.TUST while McNAITGHT 4 ORMOND.Newport SIX THOMAS IL FRENCH, 'Esq., I bare ucceedcd -
n part only giies to nourish the b-xly, lion. Judge of 1 rohate for Leon County, fr
rfe -ive'J from DUIICJUI'S by Bark Warissa, the acids tend to produce dy.pcpsia aiid its attendant THE subscriber offers for nale lila plantation imme- January 29. 1H53. 4 letters of administration on the estate of Mra. A. li. b preparing and arrwgiog,iu* very neat Sud

J STILTOX CI1LEXE, PreM-ivMlCheniis, evil *l on thu Augustine Kmid, Ii.amr the AucillaTV. APPARATUS Horrid hitcof saId County, deceased. elegant btyle, all bills, 'notes, and aeeuuta past due

Sapsago do. Pearl Bailey, This article )lias been thoroughly t/ted and i is universally (t'lii'rally known WhMilon'g l-'trrv.) in JcfferwHi SODA WATER H. A. SIILNE. and rnnturlugJaxmuaryl, 1853. ugainat audi of ray

Pine Applrt du. Extract Vcnuilla, liked. When used according to the direction Cnunty. Time trat contains hbont eleven hundred FOB MANCKACTfRl-NO, DSA'wiNG' AXD BOTTLEISO, February 5. lS3. 6 6w cnstomors as have not yet tatted for settlement At
and tliirt acr -a. It i it nenrly dae Bnnth of Mon- i-truction home, at bis Cunnfiny Room, thning the present
Zoglislt Dairy do. do. Lemon *, it U teat runt d to suit. ,the latvftl'anU most Approval man-
English Walnut Sauce, Vcrmwelli, E3T BH Careful to ask f.ir DUItKEE'S BAKING ticello about 12 miles, and 28 mile from Newport OF ufartureii. amA for sale, with explicit printed di- Notice. month of January, for the sole purpose of rclving

DA. WorcoBt rftliire do. Arrow Hoot, POWDER and take no other, und you will not be Terms made known by application t4b my-elf. i ectioua fonts use. l byZOHN ALL persona bJabtcd to th. estate of James Hoi calls, tbcerely hoping noo will nil. uhnkntw.thvn-

.. .T'icI44 Roe deceived. Principal office, 139 Water-street, New JAMES R. TUCKEP- MATTHEWS ? deceased. lat of Leon County, are requested .elvefrivilftd, pledging b'm cH and b hia absence
InhglaM
Herring, ,
brL. da T Yoik. Sold by the be t grocers and drugguta gene- February 5, I53. 5 3ni to make m.paymeut; and all those Thomas B. French Et be always ready and ever
cM eba pioca, raly.- February !Sto 1853. 7 8niBenham OOIYZ& 6t Fiasr AvixtnsASD 28th Sratrr, having demand against said etata. will present the hnppy todUtributc, in exi'hangtt for eatk, all such
5 "" Coffee, Cocoa. Notice.HAVINO Opporito Bellcvuo, New York.Tb same, properly antheuticat within the time prescri- bills notcsj ond accounts.. -1'hoewbo do not call during
-
& O.W.For SCOTT sale by t CO. Whitney Co., removed from the Strto, I haTd ap- only establishment d rotwl exdu-ively to the WJ byjit'v, or this notice will tfc plead id bar of their the present 'm izth, wHI'txa' called upon, in the

.! r r 2'O. 272 rEAHL STREET, NEW YORK, Col R. W. WILLIAMS my Agent and manufactUre of SODA.WATER M AC]I IX EItY. tLc.. recovery. month ot Fb'ih1numelf.,.or some, other/friunTho

Presh Attorney. JOSEPH BUANCILFcbriinry thft ilnited States, nwd where nniy bo found a large ELIZABETH IIOLDERXESS, Adm'x. 07. pewns lie iiuthoruty., S
in
Suppliee. yAKrrACTPRSBR or : B. 1R53. 5 ft ussortnK'ut of.every article coflnocteil with the busincfa Jinnarv 2'J. 183: 4 8t e not prepared th? present month to clone their

jv-s5r & Per fl Wscina, nsaorted Patent Plain, Japanned, and Planted 2'n Warf -- UicJuding Materials, AH, Established 2U years. bllla'xritb ca A'wUI confer $particular xavurby ca l-
'
star, and Tallow Ctumdles, in BRITANNIA 5 8"1"Wantetl. LAST NOTICE. lug and dosing the same ly nottt.. "
1. $ QfflDeze denim HARDWA11E, Plows Plows February 6. i8. 6"
__.
uf. 11'ur
r4tt AXD Table in and settle. Tho undorsigned 'inay be JanuaVv'8. 1853. 1 D. C.\nLSO (.
JavaCoffes, Chu iC4C&i GLASS WARE fuch i's CutU-ry, tk .. CALL
UHr Hand JUST received 60 No. 60 Plow*, 10 No. 1 for a short time at the store of D. ilanley.
UCuiir Ss.ap, Candlesticks
ta. o_ 'W. BiiUnnia, Urns, Tea and Coffee' Pots, No. 2 Ho 10 N". 19, 10 No.; 10 do.: J .s old tund. -where lie would be 1 ; Toti1oetzi r"
of the the ) for all .
scovr & Co. Table CABtora Ladies Fluid and Oil lAonps, TDA.CHER br, the .Male .jeprtinent ( pleased to ;
Ye1wu&r11,18. Soup 10 No. two-horne Plows of
lo.
11
.1 20 superior A from thetir4 rail on-h.'ni 4.IJ arc indented 1o Amos Richanls7)n 'ir4ka a4ey t1atd 'w.tha uMeiv.d. .balI s.
Plated und JffeTboIi to t4e charge SIX
h Pitchcn Tumbler* Table and Tea Spoons, above Acomny
ity. Plow Points and BArn.iiuitaUo for ail the
himself and their business which the Judge of.I l'rGbateet Hamilton
line JU8t.been arrange ,. wifl.aayc I Cooityor
Forlwjind Ladle Tinned and of.rvh.iext.. "A'tflm uruav wtuiun' ,
; Boots and Shoes. Herman Bilver Spooba, ; Pan Shoyel wzcs. .. ,ALS.Q -. ii- > i ouiaplctod. and I Teacher trill haV6'a Cue cost Having sold out, a longer indulgence cannot b* ( Letters of Adnhini3trtiofl ci the estate ct.Bja.
Kettle n
Pans Mashn Fry -" competent
TOST nnfral W. Brown Ladies Enameld Sauce Br .z CJirn SnellfV?, ,. "t } will addruwB. gives. u A word to the wise a urfieient" "" mil) liawliuga, deceived.Hamiltcn .
; Kid 8d Jronmlroi'and BreM Ware, uKettUa Bchooh ApplicauU
La. and -
Tong*, 6 Straw Cnlrtrs 5 S
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> dUtBiiIr dl1otLadie Land Warrants at the t rrarkctprice. L1T1TL&
t < Grecian KM W. TAYLOR. M. D, HP bought higb* 5.
8bect rrou.-Tm TlaU, Block Tin AnUmonT, Grain Cradles J and Sneatln. % 5-
Scythe*, Bryth
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Parii C. .ii. BLOOD L1Vr8TRLfl.
BooU -
CbQdm'i colored Pam Boota President of the Board of Truttoce. j
4c. AU good* oarefbllr packed, and warranted For tal low HEIR & RUST. 5- ,
Y.b.izai7: 19,1652.-7 'GEO.W.SCOTT4CO. i by MonticeHo, February a, 1855. S St" Jaatry1,163. 5S in County, Januiij IS, 18M. : it S
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Quinoy rafale & ,Female Academy.f1T ,D. P. HOLLAND, WATCHES, CLOCKS AND.JEWELRY.TOWLD Dr.-AIBBwri- JfYEB A. M., taLbznti5tinnt'r : 1. "IIt11L. :! v .
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< "next session will begin on Mood y JiuYuarV ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, (LATS: or strxrra pisraicr,; aovm CAZOLILI,) esdL tb .arbraSca Tthsprttsvbafid'

? JL _&, .162MUs; AMANDA O. ENO" will, cootioae Florida 'IIJILL AMTEH8 his services as Physician and Surgeon WOULD &ic generally i* tb. MUjftof.artjees| ,
Qnincy In
in charge of the Female Department She will TENDERS Chancery. and others too to moitwB ,.
now receiving and hare on .of Jcffcrsou and Madiaon Cuou- many numerona ; J" ,
be assisted her sister Mias in the Courts of the Middle Cir- ARE 7DBY'GOODa
by JULIA practice -
E. O. )lr. .tbeir. Full supply of ties and the vicinity.Dr. JEFFERSOJT CIRCUIT COURT.Bill i'rerfCoosistiog -
I JAVES M. DOBY will coutinue to nesUt in the Male > V. cit and of Jac and Frnkl Cuti GOODS, to which they would respectfully MtEa may be found at all hours unless absenton 'of Jieviver and Supplement.Weaf of plaki mod figured,.SOka, pli} sjijfifrored -

Department ,Other teachers will be employed, ns Otb 23, 1852 } call the attention of the public: professional beNne-, at hu office at the residence 1\ and JoTirf 3L SmJthTExccutors blockfArpaccsv! plan tad %twe4 MseJ. tie

the wants of the School may require. The two departwf'Dta. Gold Hunting Levers bv Tobias, of JOHN J. BRADlEY, Eq, nine miles East of Monti- deceased 'WilEanTGoodman LaiIMtl and Cuahmeres.: brt,vn and Us be4TabU jaus ,
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male and female, are kept in apnrtmeub"entirely NATHANIEL HAMLIN, .: E. Johnson, cello, Flat Ford rondo Cvmptainantt, Diaper Bird-Eje. Russia aDd Huckaback Diaper
separate and distinct and U u JOIb. black and colored Silk Mantflla*. Lw Cap,,,
; are to arranged, Cotton Parlor and Comml lon Merchant Jobnaoo Deecintei18l8Zc2. 60 tf Tliomas Dasher all On-eri R. Slater Exeenfora .
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4 that each may receive the benefit of the supervision Oi-ntlcmen's Open Dial Gold Levers. of CoUa and Veils Shawls( nil sizes cod k1nIkU1I! ,

t"and instruction of tbe Principal but tbe greater portton 10 38 POU'I sr.New OaLS' Ladies Gold Hunting Levers bv Arnold Davis A Co, K.MAXWU.L._ u. P.rArr Samnel Dmdm.tIT Slater' deceased.- Jane Slater and Robert Swiat Book Jaconet, and Plaid Muslin Irish LWu.,

of his time will be devoted to UK male depart. ii 4' ii C..oop.r d MAXWELL & PAPY, Slater. -satisfaction of this Lineo Sheeting aod Pillow CHS Len Tw.*d., K otusky -

_Uent TLc Academy baa fur tcu yean 1t.. been Refers to Jnrlge J. E. Bnoout, Tallahnsoee.31r. Watches of all descriptionn, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, appearing in this to the that the said Defendants Court by Jeans-aud Cassimeref under the charge of it* |>reseut principal, and the oth- JAM KB: WILLIAMS.DAXTCI. .. Silver Hunting Levers came reside plum aod figured Satin sod lute string Ribbvos, with
)1 out of the State tf Florida bevoud the
,*r teachers arc DOW ;associated with him for the tbird LA Newport Silver Hunting Ancliori. Lepincs, and commot TAM.AIIASSBK, FLORIDA. United, jurisdiction a good assortoMot ofJfcowst Ribbon and Artifiekb
year. This permanency ou the part of the instructors Gen. WIUJAJI J'qure., County.Cut. Watclies, and Marble Mantle Clocks.JUWISdKY. Tebrury8,18l. S of this Court but In the States : Embroidered H.:8. aud i. C. Baadkerehiefc. Silk

n n proof' the animation iu which they are )hold by E BiacKBfiix.Gen Jctl.NI .. --- It ill thrrtfure OrdirnL. That the said Defendants Pocket HandkcrchUb awl Cravats*. Japer Cambric

an intelligent and discriminatinty public, and J. E. UROOMK CHARLES W. DOWNING Thomas Dasher and Green 1C. Slater, Executors of Brown; White and Black Holland i Calicoes Flanoefc|
a guaranty I"di"o County. Fine Gold Chatalain Chains, ,
: Bmcclcfs fine Coral. Slater deceased
Samuel Jane Slater and Robert
of ttabililv of thn in. titutiItD. Bleached and Brown SbirUntpi and Sheetings
the OGII.VIE t Aprou
SNKI.LISG ATTORNEY: AND COUNSELLOR
t Quincy.ED. AT LAW
Pearl and Gold B;om Pins, Ear Kings Cuff Pin, Slater, do appear and answer the Bill of Revivor filedin
Tbe Lady in charge of the Female Department!. : RUUISOTOX, E'. Tlumuusville, Ga. Checks and Striped Domestic, Seoteb Plaids aod Fi_
q Cuff Buttons and Finger Rings: Gentlemen's Gold Tallahassee, Florida.tir i this cause within four months from the date of
by her a'Jc management and the faithful diocliargs of EDWARD .. publication gored Velvet for boys Worsted Hood and Saeks '
her duties, secured for herself the character of a sueeesful October 1C, 1852. IUAtIq.41, Cm Fob Vest, Dud Guard Chain' Seals, Buckle, and ; Office at the Capitol. of tliii Order, or the said Bill will be taken children. Marseille Quilts Table and Piano Covrn..r

and accomplished tf'nehcr-m excellent disciplinarian Keys, Gold! Thimbles Gold Pen and I Pencil Cases.Tooth March 15, 1851. 10 tf pro confemn against them : Ladies and Gentlemen Hose of all descriptions L
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Pick, Gold Pens GuldIIJ Silver Spectacles A"d it further Onlrrrd That publication of this -
and )has gained the and esteem diet, Geutlemens, Misses and Boys Gloves of all
respect JOHN B. GALBRAITH qual-
not only of her but of the whole Double Eyed Silver Spectacles, Silver and Pearl W. 0. M. DAVIS, Order be made in some pnper published in Tallabasi i ities. ALSO
pupils omimvjiiity. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR: AT LAW, Card Case, Silver and Inlaid Porte Monuie IJoquet !, see, once a week for four month,. of Jjudies.
The course of instruction i is extensive. Students ATTORNEY[ AT LAW, A general assortment Gentlemeca, Boys
Tallahassee Florida. Holders, :Fans, rapier Ncache Desks. Port Folios und Given under my hand at Chambers, Tallahassee,, Bouts aDd '
and Childrens Shoes.
be prepared either for the Junior I. Misses '
may Sophomore or I taken lfn abode at Tallahassee and will
Album Flower Vaie, Tea Trays, Girandoles, Par HAS up I October 21, 1852.
class in college or for entering nrjuu the study of the) tT Office near the Post Office [bct. 9. 40 lor nnd Passage Ltimp!", (;JloU .an .learned professions. The institution is lun>i.ued with - and of Frankliixand Jackson Counties. Ladies, Misses and ChilJrctaJJoUDets and Hits'wf
CIw.ters, Table Mats, Pocket Compare", Sur October 23. 1852. 42 4m
a fine Chemical and Philosophical Apparatus, and a J. W. KEYEI, M. D., Dentist, Chains Field House Ten and March 9. I ISM. 9 all qualities.ALSO
veyors' one Compa, .
large and valuable collectiou of Minerals .
affording located in Quincy. Office in his Hand Bulk ----- Notice.
superior advantages to students in science, and serving .HA residence M. A. LONG & J. P. X. SAVAGE A well aworted variety of Saddles, Bridles Marthiffales -
Mr.
(opposite John U S11YVOR AND PLATEVARK.. percf>n', creditors, legatees, entitled to distri
greatly to interest them in their studies. Survey ',,. IAVIXCl axf'cL'ited tlieniselvctt for the of ALL l Bridle-bits, Btimips. Girths Sure DgI" Calfskins .
jog II taught with the chain and Mensuration Silver Table Dessert, nnd Tea Butter H purpose or otherwise interested in the estate HI I Whips, Morocco Skin. Coach 4e.
compass- January 17, 1 ti5:. 2 Spoons, practicing Law, will give prompt attention to Isaiah of Jefferson I Lace , by actual nu-asuicmcut, and those fund of Heading -- -- -- Knives and Silver Clips, Plateil Ten Set. B.i-ket anv hii>im3>4 -utriutcd to their care. Hampton.latc County, deceaxvdare -AI SO---

have access to a well selected Library. Dr. J. H. GEE Ca8ttlro, l "!, Fruit Stand Waiters, Butter PMu-i), July :t.. I l.51. 29! tf hereby within notified to exhibit their claims and demand A splendid assortment of Hardware, Cutlery,
The classes Cbemittry and Natural' Philosophy} resumed lUll Candle Sticks, Silver Plated Fork, Table, Dea- -- -- -- two years from this date to the undersigned consisting in part of Club Hand and Broad Ate*
art admitted to the manipulations; (f the LaLornt.lrvIlJ HAS the] practice offers his of Medicine in Qnincy, "l'rt. und Tea Sjioon*. Law Firm. or the same will be tarred ; and all persons Locks Latches, Hinges. Screws' Planes,CbiM l Eolta.
rwpcclfullv services to the public.13T indebted the said
allowed to experiment for thenibclrcs, under the Fine Double luirrelled Gunt Shot Pouched IIIIJI'owd.r ii deceased are requested to make Augers Spokrshaves, Files, Rasp, Tiring Squarcsy
Office at the I Store of J. Jordan A Co. t BREVARD will immediate
in
direction of the teacher.Quiney rug Fla.k.", English Cap?. Gun \\Vad, Cleaning BEARD practice co-partner paymcut to Saw Set. Coach-wreoehes, t'orapaMes, Sheep Shear,
Quincy, September 11, 1832. Sf Ii all the Courttt
has long enjoyed the repntiition of being u -_ m lloib, fine Table Cutlery, with or without, Forks, Carvers Florida. Office iu of the Middlu Circuit of DANIEL T. LINGO, Oil Stones, Iron and Steel Squares, Knives and Fort.

remarkably healthy place. The citizens are dixtinpuiihed fine jcx-kct Cutlery of all (descriptions fine Tullaluuece. Sheriff and ex vffido Administrator. Spoons Pocket Knives, CaiwUe Sticks Brass aDd Steel
for intelligence and refinement and in jx-iut Thomas Hughes Hines, Sciscors and ShitarsValkiiig Canen Accordinnc, JOHN BEARD Jefferson County, October 16, J(:2. 41 Gm Snuffers Curtain Pins and Bends Shot Pouches. Gun

,'f morals, will compare favorably with any viler com Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Flute: YinlCII""i..111 Bows, Yioleii ainl I Guitar 1. IPSI. 4 T. W. BKEYARD.Febranrv In Chancery. Flint*. Cocks top". BIacksmidi.i Bellows.Anvils.Vices,

JmlrlJt\'. TUOri'YILLE: lEOn String; Razor Razor Strops, Lubin's Extra,. C. tf Hammers,and Screw Plates together with every thins
Add to these eoneidt'rntiom the facilities ivvndtr Brown Wllld"'lrII1t1 CIRCUIT COURT FOR LEON COUNTY. in thai
logne.
for moral "fTT'ILL practice ill the) Circuit Cunits of Thomjn, Yankee Shaving SMITH & O'BRIEN, usually kept line.ALSO

and religious instruction afforded by the several Churches \ Y I",\\ ndc", Clinch ".a I'e. Apj'ling and InviCoiintie.i Soap __ October_:8''u, 18::. ___. 4.:;{_ and Counsellors Charlotte K. Gcddes awl George F. Geddes, Erie Wil
and SabbHth School, nnd it amy be safely affirmed in Georgia, and iu JetfI' il.uliton Ham Attorneys at Law, ham ) Leslie, Mary 3Iarg tret Leslie. Charlotte Cum- Wood-ware, Willow ware, Stone, Croelerr. and
rOI. LUMBER !
that no similar iiibUtntiou in the South offers nHrioradvantages LUMBER ming Leslie, and Eleanor j Glniw-ware. Pots Ovens
| iltcn nnd Columbia Counties in Florida. ALLIGATOR, E. FLA. Sinclair Leslie, Janet LesI I Ktrttles Spklt-r. Skillets,
to students of either M-X. fur obtaining a Apiil24! 1NV.!. I 1C THE subscriber having fitted up'the Mill known lie or Dunbar.Mnry Leslie or Cameron Helen I.v Stew Pans, te, :'. All of which will be sold very

thorough' education. Exteirive building*, designed usa --'- .-- -.. -- -- -.- Pailriks Mill, al*'ut in, mile South We-t ,ifTallaliHssec f M. WHIT SWITH. J 1)1. O'llniry. lie I.r Urown, Margarvt Van Barle or Uioe, William low lv HEIR Jk RUST
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boarding-boute for load UTS and ctudrijts have been Boots and i* now prepared: to fuini>h LumU'r of Office ut 1Ii'ltor. I Xtwnarnville.RffiT Leslie IIIIIacL, James ImLicli.Charlotte Eliza IWtnber 11, 1852. 49

erected in a retired and h,. tltl'\'I'lIrlcf the town. The Shoes. werxilcscrii' ;it tion j lIth..rt notice, which 0:111 IM hul at to ('"!. S. S. Sim i.y. Saxnnn.ih ; Judge TIIOUA Imlach, Helen ('Imninhing'IniLch ant Charles Black -- --- .--

whole establishment i is under"the tharge of the I'riud.llLl FINE Calf Ire4 HH.S( Water-proof nnd P.id I the Mill! or uclivcp'd iii Tallahassee. lVr;ons wishing Dii-f.Ls.; Jju-kionville: ; '. J. PAINL, Oda. and Margaret Sincluir flick, htirs of John L lietlfc..l. $100 Reward.
Students >ts. Calf I Patent Leather ilorooi" and Cloth Luinlicr m.iv l leas their bills! Octol!,'r4. l IfM. S'J ,
} boarding wiUi him may tit all bourn, ,, at the More of .1..1.M IIt'rt't4Jfurc of S t. Angihtiiie '
. Complainants Proclamation ThomaM Bioxn Uotmor
(. Ties and Gaiter; with 1. Willillllfth \\*. --- - ly oftfifSlate
jiave his direction and Ltlllcc' in their Shllicslnd oiifrrcss Slu-ec. toieth r B-M.t H.I NPWHOIU nt the story of' I). vs.

are kept under such wholesome) rc.-traillt.ls is neces- and Shoos for bovs." The :t >ek l" -iiij h're villbi* (.*. Wilson, or with Hugh Archer Jr, at tin- Court Drugs, Chemicals, &c. Joseph Delafild and Lewis Curtis, Trusfe of the I I of it Florida.hat been'trmde

ariry to secure that: mental and moral culture fur s.ld. very low by W. 1'. MITCHELL 11 l1IC. COUNCIL A. BRYAN. SULPHATE: QUININE, warranted pure an.l full ApalatLicoIa I ainl I ( Defendant ? WHEREAS murder: known to
which ] in November 2lC! ': 1852.! 45N October 30 18A2. mpe ny. ; : was recently coiamkted -
they are placed the institution. Giils are 48 tf i appearing to the tati-fi<-tK> of the
n Court affi in
not allowed t<. receive the attentions eutlemeu, nuItf -- -____ -u_-_ ._ __ __ ____h_ ____ Oil, 1 I'lark pcpj'cr.PuriJjcil I IT davit made in this cause that the savl! Defendant by I ELIJAH the Co. of holmes, io this Stae(
one SILLIVAN of Lee
a by requeut of the parent or guardian; and boys Groceries, &c. Just Received, Claim, iihii. an article prepared from the .: in tlm cause reside beyond the jurisdiction of this I Silivant by and that nai,l Elijah iJiUiiant upontle i tt now body a fugitive

are required to remain in tbeirruoms at night and tire Y sundry late arrivals from New York, and now IVnn-inn Hark roiiyidfrfil nearlyjual to Quinine, at Court, in the City and State of New York: from Justice. '

strictly prohibited from frequenting biich places of a- AN extcn I Sacks i\e stxx-k Salt of Groceries, including B f"f sale; about inc third this price. It i* therefore 0,tt Ttll. That said Defendants. ,Toeph NOW, know ye. That I, THOILM "Rrnow-. GoTemor

musemciit or of forming tut-h lusomtioiit ", ae will Mackerel UtI NUB., 30 eighth Bnrel;, Uuckwh, ALSO, a general supply of Chemicals of the bust Delufitld and Lewis Curtis Trustees of said 1 of the State aforesaid, by virtu of the authority vesI -

trnd to oorrujit their morals, and draw off their attention Pale, Otard, Anurican 12 nud and:. 5 K(-g' 'lpeuio.r] (II"1I Butter, I 1'1a1it J'. "Land Company, do apJ1t'lirind answer the Bill filed Ill I ted in me by law, d.) hereby offer a reward i>f lle

from thnr studies. Apple' Brundy, 2 lll.ls. Butler Crackers, thi rauoe within four months from the date of the hundred dollars, for the apprehension oftbe said HijnJi -

The price of lioard including wju-hing, is ?10 ]ir Jamaica Holland[ aud and N.luxe E. Hum, .'> Boxes S<>d.i Biscuit, Fine' Cologne. Lubin' Extract and an n 'i'rtmentof 'Mil.li.-ution of this Order or the said Bill will be ta Silhvant, and Lilt delivery into the enttody of the

mouth-fuel and light* ()tra.'tlr further particulars tin, toO Bunches Onion) }.uuev Toilet Article*. at very low j.rion. ken pro eonfrao Rgninst them : Sheriff of the said County of Holmes.

ieptting board, rates \if tuition regulations, Ac, see White Wine and Cider Vinojjnr, Sr. Bbl*. Mercer Potatoes, 1).1\) i.** Pain Kilk-r. Railway Rvudy Relief.Sj.Hid" And il is/iirlhrr OrJ<"'/, That' publication oft thi" Jfrin.-Said Elijah Sillivant in about 58 years of

utalojjui'hich may b6 obtained by application to Smla Btitttr. miJ Snar Cmctern.Ix : 20) llojfe Chet-Stf, ()- Iiulirt Cliolagiglle.Rf Order 1 he made weekly in some paper publl-hed inllaliabiiee. : age, 5 feet 6 or 7 niche high, ruddy Clolplu.D. reel

S.li.; STEVVAliT::\ J'rinttjiul.December ('Jrc'>af, l'ru Jlm'k"I'J and Powdrrcd) Sugar, 5 IUU bbl. XII I fresh caught y.i.ksrl, ...M.', celebrated Planters, and othrr Family Me.dJavnc" ': for four mouths. whiskers, a spire built man, and bus a slight iutptdi-
-c, h'at. Kiiiiin UUtII'I il.ill .
4, 182. 48 'i UII'I'I. f Quarter LIJk) d,. ( At Chambers, Tallalm"!e'. December 21th, 18.;2. meat in his ''.
__ __h_ _ Peppt-r Spice. Table] Salt and Salniatus. Metlicmca, ttc. ic.ju ,..! IIY '
J.
4 Dvizen I bter WAYLES
> tin Jud whereof have hereunto
> pickled, in Saul, tLEVVIS BAKER e. Iu testimony: set my
Tea und J ,
C tf-e
> Candied.
< awl .
Soaji Mutebji.tiUirdi. : A AMES.Ottoi .
MONROE HOusE7 4 Dozen Sardine A true copv-Attest : hand and canard to be aft.s' ,ItM

TALLAHASSEE:: : FLOIUDA. Train. C ilSiJi Oil PoUitoes, Sperm, LiutctluII ft Iigs!: old] Java C.itiee, .- ->er 11. lfi:1. -- .4({. _. tf HL"GHP.CHER, Jr, Clerk. [ S.] eenl 4.f the State of KlorvLi, at the Capitol greatL. -
10 hi.ts, li., Coifw, -- ---- January 1, 185t. 52 4m iu Tallahassee this Hth day
January.
MOOKK) informs the White, mark aud n..l l I. -ad.Tobaeeo Travelling Trunks _
njKctfully! ---- -
2 Ulilo. Crnsheil Sugkr, -- A. D 1853.
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1fltELl. that bo has I aQl'd: for a tena of St'oth and Mucvulmy Snuft. .t lc. .f tc. 2 Boxes Maccaroni.Imperial .V.I.IJ' Carpet 1.glI.: 11I.lIlt'hl..II'I: ; a very Tax Collector's Sale. THOMAS BROWN.Guvniioi .
the building on Monroe Street For sale lit the lowest maiktt prices bvrWembcrll ,. ; :110-' tin*'nt. including litany of ulra line
Guuisiever and ,
the Pli.rnix block, nUll will thol'ougIIrefit opposite it for 1, 1t ;:!. 4a HEIR Hr T. | voting Bys"ll' Ten*. CIULliti: just rceeii'H by W. T. MIT'htlLLXa.v.nhvr. BY virtue ol t authority in me vested by law, I of Elorida.
_. Nov. C, 1K>2. 44 ( C. HYRI have levied upon and will for s.;,le before By tLe GoTemcr. Attest :
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1Public louse to U : -- .
( ojvned on the li t Decemberfctxt -- :2J( I K-- 40
All the furniture, <.f ivcrJecripiion, in this STEAM STEAM Now Opening - -. -- .- the Court Houaein the town of Quincy, Gad,I- C. W. Dowyijfi, .*
HtAllIie1uneut ill lx-Wf-ir kill, it : subscriber Los fitted the STEAM THE TRUE MEDICINAL den County, on the second Muiidav in May next I, Ktcrttaty of R/al
w will be furnished up MILL
THE .\ T the well known Maud fonnerlv he described Jaminrv
occupied bv following propeitv' or !O much there IK. 1853. 2 6t
comfortably and! t:1! ,;mtly. The table shall be 'rl) ow tied by Jo.cph A. Edmmidson.!,t : .
ns
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: : CLARK J STILLMAN COD of ill the
General LIVER State
and Select, OIL! as \ pay amid County Taxes doe ---- --- -- -
well supplied us is possible iu this M-ction, and it i is miles South of 1 allah\lol-'l'. near the Rail Road lead ,
Notice.
IfPall thereon
Absortmeiit for the
las iutentim.rniii all r<' ''.. to provide convenient i ing from Tullahasi-cc to St. Mark*, iiitd) has; contantlvon I and U:l.F1TL in the cure ol Scrofula, Consumption' iiu'idcht, year: ls-V.and! the necessary expenses I.
and comfortable hout-e of entettainuient. hand a supply of SO' or CU.Otn( ) feet of LUMBER Winter Clothing, (Ion',noeumal i'Hnlth lOa,Bronchitis i ,Coughs, thereto lo nit : OIX months after date, the 1DI! nigned, as AJtninO -
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and will Fancy GomU) Cloths Caf>imfre?, Vest jj.r., 1I."i'n., and alldiiejFC* ol the Chest ncd Two luindrel and ten acres of land, lying on Flat Kfrator the estate of Saers! dr l
Tallahassee, Nov. 13, m 45 tf be pleased t'l rill order at the .lartc"lIlO' FiiMt'Sewed: Lungs. A "upplvol [ 'n Stephen
-- -- --.---- tice. Orders may l*' mav be left at the Floridi.ni J and 1'e.r<;"d It-ot, Slipj -r", .tc.; which, tins Tjluable medicine is just received I, w filch iswairaited Creek, belonging to Robert JimerM-H. eea."ed. late of Leon ('utlnt, 11 ill pres m his final ac.-

Journal Office c.r forwarded bv tint Car to the Mill.Octobers the Hulr-crilxT is ready nnd aimoui to sell on the : pure, and ot very Iliperi..r'l'ality.)[ HUGH(; O. McI.EAN, count aixl voucl'rs tw the Hmtorable JtaJeof Probate
CARRIAGE REPOSITOUY.IRIX t iir its ltlU.litl.t.'file Tax Collector for Gad-Kirn .
KOI, "LEWH Comity.Ortc.her
!, l*;:. 4U. J. RICHARDS. sjieby & AM'ES.: for Leon CoBBtv. and ask to be dibargeJ.EP1IRAIM .
StoCk of Clothini ctIlL.i tri in part ofBlaik May 1'. I IS.V)). 20 Tallah3'1J'f'f'. 1'Ja. 21. 1S.1. *2 8m. SAUNTERS, AdmV.January .
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-- nnd Ctlton'lllIn'i"l> and Frock Coati. -- -- -- --
1.18W. 92 *.m
Sultana Raisins, Black Blue, (;11.11. Brown; and Mixed Frock:, PREMIUM COTTON GINS. Tax Collector's Sale.

( ItTRRAN1'S.Citrsii Box RaiMiii'Alinon.lt.: Sack and Fancy Coat*. virtue of the vested! Mullet Mullet.
Prune*, TAYLOR 4t CO. BY power in me by law, I ,
I scat" Uockaway" Carriage.. '__1 and other Presort Fruit, fresh Pickle Pie Drab. Black and brown Overcoats, ET.! Cotton Gin Manufactory. Proiirictorsnfthe, have I the: sat-Co- expose for sale, before the Court Honirat IVE hue jUllt received I a fine lot of PICKLED

\t 4 four .. Fruil!. Spanioh Olive, and GURU Jelly. Just received -'ijlIf'fe..11111.1 lil.ick Silk 1111.1 l lil.ick Satin Vest.. ijctinn| to announce to their patron and the Plan- Quincy, in 'he County' of GaJjrieii. on the fourth t' f )MlI.LET.'rnil up at 3Lmitee-npff..nrt1f a.
aud for sale at the Drug Store of Black Plaid, Grey, and Fancy CasMmcre Panfa Monday of April nextthe t following described
I pro '. TJt'v"e'r
1 Barouch I U-M generally, throughout t the Cotton grow iiig re eery *>ijr'( r put up by a gentlemame
October 30 l5?. 43 LEWIS d .un I Uti.III. perlyor so much thereof a* will the Stale and
:
.
1 Trotting gion., ll/al tIter :ate prepared to uj'nlany numbei pay who i is de"irou' flf etnbIUhing a Tepntatim for emrw-
Sulkey, White, Fancy Silk and Marseilles Wt t", and vanous County Taxes due thereon lor the year 1S'>2. and sale
K Ih-ir celehrated PHLMICM: Gi.is.Where ful riackiufr and cunn Iii! Fih For by
:'o Top Busies ltugks.without t Shirts, Drawers, &c. other articles too numerous to nxntion.A. ,I"f these Jins have bun once used, it would the necessary expends incident thereto, to wit : MeNAUGHT & ORMOND.

The abo\c ttlp. supply (.(Shirts, Ic, Mciino. B. CLARKE. In ilet-ined unnecessary (for the Mannlactureroto All that tract or parcel of land known as Forbe Newport, December 4, 1S52. 48
FInn
arc fur tile clieap fur cash, to suit the AFRESH say, Novembe 8, 1851. 44 tf I saj Pnrcha"f',boulld d on ihe East by I the Ocklockonee
times. > -y, lcM (if'lItCIII'IJ"! K..it'I.etp'i a word ii: I their favor, an t they feel I confident i lie mail --

UO Saddles 50' pctts lIam(''< '.{ all kind and 1 J(. ".001 Socks (h.IJIIt'IIIc.U.)1tr l",. Flannel mid Jeans New and Fashionable-- Clothing.-- t chillf'i lane b'elllm.III,1 I i i. ,ucli ;>erlVriir, >n, t that I It in and G"tJ on ls theWet CpUnr by)'.Apalachicola and said lo belong Rivers to the, lying JUST RECEIVED .

.arriiti'jn[ Bridlcc Martingalvs. Saddle: Hardware, Drawers, etc, lauding from hrir; Siiw.inneo. ami for il t heir' superior peilortrunce will I I I cominei.il t them, Land Company Apalachicola I- By Edward Barnard, Jr.,
sale )[cXAClillT.OH : 1ll1"'t'ril..r w-onld respectfully inform the in' prc-tVm.ee II' all other Gin now in m'. KOI I the
by .
Calfskins'. IIo Skins, Linings, Top Leather: Enamel O l. THE hUGh o. MCLEAN. FRESh ASSORTMENT GARDEN SEED
) that he i i. now illl.'t; of htic lunrcnmlppkndid 1 laclion 01 tlm-e who hve
ie'purtDce.4,18:'!. 48 : not u ed lie Gin, A
Cloths, Carriage Trimmings <>f nfl kiriils, Axels and 1i Tax Collector of 1852.
for Gadsden growth
u'v.rtnx-i.t. of READY: I MADE I) : CLOTHING I i and areuuaciiuaintid" \\ilhlheirrepiitation.thrPro-i t County.
.___ __ [ t
Spring', Carriage Bows, India RubU-r Gin --- ,
and Patented stretched l leather Belts for, Gins Belting Travfllinc Bacon Flour &c. n for the Fall and Winter, trade, d-iniistjiig in part If piirtt-rs need onU :av, t that the F'R"T Premium -O..loh'rll'hII-- .- -l -__ - Cm ALSO, A FRESH ASSORTMENT OF GENUINE ,
Cl Drugs
Trunks, Carpet Bags, Valicea. : thousand Sides Tax Collector's Sale.By ,
Spurs, Whips poundBacon t-ighteon thou-
FIVE and other fancy styles l of biu-iiif,!Co.it Pants of all at the Rrt-alMjieFair' held at A lanla, GrN-
and in f.ct every thing usually kept, in a store of this '] fin Shoulders eighteen barrels Whitkry. kiinU-Yosts
kj[. i i.bnr tt.irtcl'l Flour l ird, Sugar, tc, l.inding 1 JK.T sthr, funiikhiii ginnls including Shiit t'l. Un Harness, Sad>Ue% Bridles and Ti links repaired at Pt-ttos from New Orlcan", and for Hale bvMcN annual Fair of the South Quincy, in the County of G.llhtfell, Ihe fourth
I Drawer) ?, Gloves, Hosiery( Stocks Cravat Collars, Carolina Institute, at I on Monroe SIred Tallaliss&rr Florida.
notice 1). f 1 U AUGHT Jt t; ( OKMOXI ; Charloton. The : Monddin April next I, the described ,
: LL Supeiilcrs,Brushes, Razors, Ha..rHtrtl's, I P.rtm, 4iifS. CI.lll1n ginned on Ihn Gin re- following prhlrrtYorsn
December 25, 1852. 51 Ncwjv.rt, Octolr 'J, It52.. 40 Pin 8i>,choice Deiitrifici1, Perfumery, .t e.'. .t(. All of[ ,--rivr l I the 11 rt t I'leiiiiuir.g at I the exhibition' }-eM l in much thereof a* will pay Ihe State and Deeemter 25, 1852. 51 tf
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The Southern Life lueuiance und Trust Company London- -- -- which will be sold ut reuiarkablv low prior for Ca.II Charleston,South Carolina,and at every Fair\\bere I i County Taxes due thereon (for the year tS2and the
Porter. bv W.T. MITCHELL sample? of Cotton fl'f1nlllJf'nJ hare been exhibited. nere sarv expenses incident thereto to wit : CO-PARTNERSHIP.

v 6. TWENTY packages (6 dozen each .) pints and November 20, 1852. 46WAKULLT"HOTEL The Propiictor have in their possession numero .. Five hundred and )i.\ty-one acres of land, hint on rpHOMAS[ HAYWARD nITalIaba".",and TJIOir

Jam Holf.-rd and John R. Palin. tlf bale low. Al'.o, alxtut the same .
THE petition of llbr Lyon President! of the Life I tity of East India 1 ale Ale.McXAUGllT. mii>>ion Merchants: and Mtnufacturerii of Cotton HUGH (P. .McLEAN, themselves in the Mercantile Business m TaHar asr .

urnt'c and "rlt Company, setting f.)rth that I A OUMOND. (')(1('', te.'lif(} ing that the performance of (the Gin Tax Collector lor Gaclsden County. under tIle name and sryle of HAYWARD t RANDOLPH

Wal/l BrluLwllh. E q, the counsel hereto Newport, October 9, 1652. 40' AT THE NEWPORT SPRINGS. and the sample produced by them cannot be excelled : October ir, 1 KS52. 41 6m and will keep constantly oo heed a general

f'Ie representing lJalu in this cause, hns -- by Gin ever manufactured.All assortment of GOODS which
any
undersigned having lca"ed this we II- they Kill sell tow for
lately .teed and asking tlmtrthe Defendants l Pure Old Scotch. .THE; (." bti"hnwnt, respectfully in t oi.ers.r.r! Gin, given either to our travelling Tax Collector's Sale.By cuh. or on credit to punctual |*yers. Their friende

t other couustl, being read and con. FINE "Way" Malt Whit-key 12 23-100 over proof the visiting and travelling public that or local Agents, ocJnrwarc'ed to the Proprietor by virtue of the power ves.ed in me by law, I are iuvitetl 1 to call zeal see them.

.,derr packages of three to ten gallons, warranted I he bus had it greatly enlarged and thoroughly repaired mail, will always receive prompt attrntinn. (;Sin* I sha1expO for sale before the Court House at 'January 1. J '53. 32,

ord red, That the Defeinlanta, within i-ixty pure aud genuine, for sale by newly painted and fuini.-Jiod. He lets Fi"her- will l he sent' to any part of the country, and warranted Quincy. in Gadden County, on Ihe fourth Monday -
days from the date of this order, employ other coun- I McNAUGHT iati!(irtion. Groceries, &c.
men constantly employed to furnish his table withOyKtor in April t, the follo-.ving described
property, or
eel to represent them in this cauM-, and tlult UUI: Newport, October V, 1t5! !. 40 anti Fish; in addition to which, every (1Io1ti- JOS.:; L. DUTTOX Acent, Tallahassee. so much thereof: a* will pay the Stale and County JUST received per Schooner Venice from N.w Oi-
.
their failure to comply with this order, Coin 1'-'--.1". ...-lt,n lIP-_ .,.m..-.--f/1u.;.._._l fltu.n_ nno Innrl.cot, ..- villl.- '. .nff..r....l. .Infillling ..- Columbus, Ga., Maich 20, ISS2, 11 lv ffiTff._ due t tlirrpnn- .far. _.llio-- vr- :-. .IQ..!,O-._ In.-.-! tlkA,. n/-...-- ---.,
OARMICHEAL
Jwot have leave to }proceed ex pane, and thai & OSGOOD'S ( acargoft1ie Cool tilitf In the shape of Glass Oils sary expenses incident thereto, to vii il? : b CASKS Clear Side Bacoo

order be published in some tewllJpr publiehed DREDGING MACHINE. .* Boston Ice," for the warm days. He has a Carriage White Lead, &c. Eighty-one aries (tf Land iu Gadsden County 5 Ribbed .

i Tallaliarac-v on(a week. fur undersigned }have been appointed) the Agents in coiintant attendance fur Ijulies and Invalid who 100 UOXES Window Glaw. assorted size. belonging (lo Robina Hollinger, lying on the Apa- 1 a Shoulders

A February 2, 1M3. J. W A YLES BAKER, THE the owners of this invention, and would recommend -: wish to visit the Bath which arc now being put incomplete UMI( ( kegs White Lead, pure.extra t No.1 1, 'lathicola Rihr: adjoining the lands of Inneraritv. 2 tierces Hams, .

true Cp-Atf'f: Judge it to Contractors, Companies, or individuals rcjwiir. Bouts will be provided) for those :.1 barrels Lin-eed Oil, I HUGH O. McLEAN, 35 barrels! extra Family Flour

IUO ARCHER, Jr.Clerk.Frlruary who: are about' doing work of the following description, who wicli to make an excursion to the Light House 5 Lard Oil, Tax Collector ('or Gadsden County. 25 Superfine ,
5, 1853. l lot \iz: JamcN Island an.1 l other places about the Bay. 2
Extensive Drainnge of Swntnp, Marshes and Sugar lIe has just completed a new and commodious 2 barrels Rectified) Whale Oil. 8 Onions.

In Equity. Plantations. Stable, which ill furnished with careful and attentive 2 Train Oil. 1 bbl. Copal Van.i.h. Tax Collector's Sale.Bi 10 Irish Potatoes.

Ostlers. In khort, the himself to Spirits Turpentine in barrel and at retail. A 2 "
LEON CIRCUIT COURT. Building Levees around Plantations and Towns. Propnelor pledges Rneral virtue of in law Monongahela Whiskey
authority me by vested. hare
(10 all in his to conduce to the comfort and satisfaction a irtmeiit of CIrsllruJ'JwIIlIn.1 other Painters'
Channel 5 Lard
Robert W. Williams Ojwuiug Way awl removing Bars at the kegs ,
llfwt'r material". upon and will expose for "sale before the .
moutlut of rivets and harbors. of a I may favor with a call, and solicits LEWIS it AMES. 10 boxes Star Candles.
Court House door in the of
A. A. Fisbcr. Sherif Ac 1., Haley T. BWker. SIIt'rif Making Canals through swamps, marshy or sandy a fair trial A. B. NOYES.Newport.March June :,185:. __ 22 _, tf first Monday in April nut city, the Tallahassee following described, on the 1 hc'b"llltt3t1. clarified Sugar. ,

and er of W. W. }f.r (: ground. 20,1852. 11 Wines, Syrups, &c.Clarrt property toO much thereof as will be sufficient tn 1 choice
.lptlirn RraHW and B. J'J Deerwnintr the water around \vharm- n ami_n__ r\'ir_... --- Port. the State and County Taxes due thereon for 10 sacks Rio Coffee. For sale Tow If
Lmul ( 1. pay the
alwve Keeping open Channel through lakes nod rivers Gold waicnes.WE I OLD November 20 1852.( 4tt S. S. KNIGHT.
BY virtue of a d e oerlcle in the I way Old Port Juice, year 1 tt52, and all incidental expenses, to wit:
euE on the 22d :3. by l lii. Honor I rernotiiig rafts or sunken logs, tearing up roots of have a few of these for sale writ us by the : Sherry, Sparkling Cider, One hundred and forty-two thousand seven hundred POSITIVELY THE LAST NOTICE.

J. Waylcs Hiker, I will offer at public IIUCU.before trees etc maker iu IJverpooL We don't sell tllenilnw.but L/indou Porter, Scotch Ale all twenty acres of Land lying Leon County

the Curt House door of the County of 14' Monday To persons desirous of improving waste lands by they arc warranted t by the maker to be a good '"randy 1'cad' tel, Brat'dy) Cherries bounded West by the Ocklockonee River. East by the THE undersigned respectfully Jnforms his CrirrxTs
drainage, thIs machine can be recommended the article tatiefaction.McNAUGHT. cnatomm that he will leave tINt city of Tal-
and
tli dny of March next, the foIov.n parcels as on give itasphorry Syrup, Sardines St. Marks River, and South by the Waknlla County
te ,
1 ly one adapted to all the & ORMOND. lahaoncc in the course of a month or two;amiwill.1-
of to-wit purposes necessary.To I.in known ,
: a* Jo'lr1xlture
Ld Strawberry Fresh Lobster e, a>l said to belong
| of N W 4, Sec 3, in T 2. R 3 N and E.; those who are building or repairing canals or Newport October 9. 1862. 4u 1.e.1II1I1Of to the Apalachicola Land CumpUiY. pect and insist upon their settling their eeonata within

and the W 1 of N E J cf Hec 3iuT2, R3Nand drains, it will be found of immense value, as it will I!linger; U Shad JOHN U. RHODES. that time. C. C. BYRD.
less. E deepen the canal and at the same time form au em Blankets. SLI\11c, January 1, 1853. 52
containing 100 ,
acres more or line Tax
bankment HUNDRED Blanks each Apple'tauva Eugii.'h Mustard, Collector, Leon County.
levee. c.f ti-
or pieces ((20 )
These hinds will sold under foreclosure of NINE October 2. 1S52. Fresh
Jelly 39 6m Groceries.
L Preserved
and subject to e'right or claim of dower mor This machine is used with either horse or steam importation, for sale low to clow a coiiMguraent Currant do.Sparkling Quinces
rage
which can be increased to by McNAUGHT A ORMOND. PcatLes, /-1OFFEE. Lagnayra and Rio -
# of W. W. Hart, deceased, now Mrs. Susan power any extent cI I Gelatine Notice.SIX .
.idoW They are now iu successful operation in all parts of Newport October 9, 1852. 40 flavoring Tamarinds, __1 Sugar, Clarified and Granu1atl .
Murray. the and be at Extracts, Spic. months after date shall present my final ac Candles Patent Wax and
of sale Cah. Purchasers to country may seen Charleston 8. C, Adiimantine.
Te. WliTTNKR pay fo M Navy Yard Peimsacola, and on the Canal between Groceries. Yeast Powders, Pickles aud vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate Crackers Butter and Sugar. ,I
F.
BENJ.
tiTs titles. Galveston and Son Louis. JUST received a full supply of Oroeeried, eonni ting Corn Starch, Salad Oil. for Jefferson county, as administrator of James M. K. Tobacco!, fine cut and best Cavendish

February C, 1853. I 5t Master in Chancery. By application to J. S. Secor, our agent at Mobile, Coffee, Ten, Candles, Oil Soap, Tobacco Olives, Capers, Holloman, late of said county deceased and ask for a Flour, bbl.:and half bbk, .

for the States of Alabama and Florida information as Cigars, Starch, Saloratus Salsoda, Pepper, Spice, Worcestershire Sauce, l
INDIA RUBBER GOODS. to the cost of the machine, dc, cun be obtained. Vinegar, Stuart's Syrup At Ac, for sale by LEWIS A AMES. WILKINS C. SMITH, Adm'r. Fish Pickled Salmon and Cod-fish
November 13 18\!. 45 D. June 5, 182. 2 Jefferson Oct. 2!
subscriber would respectfully call the atten- GILBERT A SECOR MANLEY. tf county, 1862. 398m Goshsn Butter Pickled Toogu"AncboYj Fast,

THE of his aid customers and throughout 149 Broadway, New York. Ac. to, landing from bri? Suvaunee. and for sale
th United States and Canada mer.t.tk of Rub Pf Drawings of the above machine, aud of a machuie Paints, Dry and in Oil. Garden Seeds. Notice. by MeNATJGHT & ORM2SD.

bet manufactured by himself Co the spring on the same principle, worked by horse powerto SNOW White Zinc Paint in 25 Ib kegs RUT Bag a, Flat Turnip, Cabbage Boots.
G*. Hw stock of be employed in ditching, draining, and railroad Lead, pure extra No. 1, LEhS & AMES. SIX the estate of James A. Frederick, deceased,,

'e o RUBBER CLOTHING cavating, cau bo seen by applying to Green Paint of various kind.*, Dry and in Oil, June 5, 1652. 22 tfMEXICAN late of Leon County, will apply to the HonoraUe Hats and Caps.
J. S. Black do. do. do. do. A 'LARGE and full
SECOR. do. Judge of Probate ot said County for final assortment HATS from the
a
is particularly deserving of inspection; as it has nevee 27 WaUr at. Mobile. Red do. do. do. do. do. MUSTANG LINIMENT. said estate, and 'Will exhibit his final dischargefrom r\- finest Moleskin to the coarsest Wool; and Men's

-I i been a complete,DOT the article more perfect Novembers?, 1852. 47 ly Yellow do. do. ('0. do. do. DRUGGISTS and Merchants can ;obtain supplies I vouchers of which all interested will take accountand due and Boy's Caps of all qualities and'prices,'-which will

_ AN EXTENSIVE STOCK OF Boot. and Shoe. ''Blue do. do. do. do. do. .'. prices, by application to notice. ISRAEL F. BEARD, Executor. I bs old very low b, J> MANLET. "

Coats, Carriage Cloth, Mli Belting, Umber and Terra de Seinna do. do. LEWIS AMES December 18,1852.60 6m* November 13.1852., 45-

Capes, Wading Packing, A GOOD assortment of all qualities, which will be I Carmine, Lake, V Vermilion Varnishes,Oils;Brushes, 'Wholesale Agent for Florida. .
Pat
Pants, Piano life Preservers, sold at low prices by. D. MANLEY. Diamonds, and other Painting material.A March 9, 1852. tf Notice Potatoes !! Potatoes !,

OfcU" Gloves, Air Balls, November 13. 1852. 45 few barrels of Fire Proof for sale venr low to ->- FINE lot fPot&toeajust: rooHved in.ee UeR'
Legging, close ,consignment LEWIS 4 .}U:8. Hats and Caps. SIX months after date, I shall present, for final set- A. order and large barrels. 'For sale-loir br

and Cap of Rubber Whp onhand. Brogani, Osnaburgi, '&c. November 20, J 862. 46 A VERY large assortment of Fashionable Mote, nt my. 'accounts and vouchers lo the 7Ion Newport; Octobex;30, 1862.. >4$;' :D. LADD.
every GOOD supplyof Beaver, Brush Caasimere Judge of Probate for Gadsden County-as Aministm- .
stand Osnaburgs, and other and Wool Ilats, of -
above are warranted to climate, A
Te any articles for Plantation which Clothing.A new and porting Sea torof Richard 'Carnoebao, kteof Charleston S.C., -
sold most reasonable Orders use, will be sold at shapes; Otter Phuh Cloth, 5ngMn1Bgeyj.A : .
and prices.
a I low I LARGE assortment of Clothing, consisting Silk and Lawu Glazed deceased, and-ask for a discharge from said Adminis
elicited and attended to by very prices by D. MANLEY. oiI Caps, for men and boys,just PAIR'Of VeI petiw (Colvbaa GaMine.
prompUr D. HODGMAN 27 Maiden Lane, November 18,1852. 45 I Dress and Frock Coat, black and fancy Pants I, received by W. T.'lIITC' tration. JAMES E. BETTNER, AdmV. _tl. lecture) Supr Mill Rollers, 'ftfwW -r all
Satin and fancy Vests Overcoats Ac Ac from October 9 1852. 40
W November 20, 1882.PROTECTION 48 6m
boxed
4e. For "
first corner f B1ay,a 69 Nassau si, H. Y. Crockery. T, Jennings A Co. and other goods manufactures.- comfortably sale bw y' A .
October '
January ? 181. 8m A FINE lot in Hogsheads and Crate, for sale low Forsale Terr low lor cub or ezcliange for produceby INSURANCE COMPANY Notice. Newport SO, 1152 43." D. LAPP1-

,
by this package. McNAUGHT ORMOND. November IS ". D. MANLEY. HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT S months after date the undersigned, Administrator Negro Goodi. ,.
and Bale Rope. Newport.. October 9, 1862. 40 45
and Administratrix of James Burnette. 1k SMALL assortment 1'WatI 5D1
Bag Capital Stock, e' 8300,000. t- A say'WaiI&cS ,
Cloth fifteen pieces and I ceased will present our accounts and Touchers Cable
? Salt. Groceries ._ to the Kerseys, Warp do,.GN1'Til
pieew Kentucky Bagging, and eighty coils I '- o THOUSAND sacks Liverpool and thou Coffee Butter THE undersigned, Agent of thy above Company, Honorable Judge of Probate of Madison County and Georgia :X plan and colored LftMsys Caroltoa and
one Sugar, Starch Ac
p.I&1f landine to take risks
SUCH again/t Fire 1uk for a discharge from said Administration.THOa -
Fa JL sand bushels Turks on
i. 1 Island Salt to fiDe ordsr. for J. Vail and for sale by and their contents the GeorriaMiM.
)kAUOH ORO D. sals by MeNAUGHT A ORMONP. MeNAUGUT logs on moat tavorabl.terme. B. BARNETTB Admr. per Brie J. O. Ill. <
4
: '. 16 40 Newport, October e, I8. |0 Y.I'prt October 1862. ORMOND. F. H. FLAOG.* ,' Agent. ARArKBURNETTE,.Adm'x. IIoNAUG1lIi6 GIUIN'1I'
1 ( 40 TaUbasseeOctober
:5 1861. ,
-, --, .( u Madison. ;December 4, 185?. "iS. fa c1ob:tJ8 : ".r..u ,

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