The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: July 23, 1853
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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JULY 9, 1853. VOLUME V---NO. 27.
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Glass, Oils, White Lead, &c. SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. =1d given her parting directions to the i -

f rk/ | BOXES Window Giant, amorted' olrcs' HEIR A RUST have just! received per General pittllan1.o: :! ant, and was about to leave the house atten, anther ing of satisfaction, slightly mingled' with self. M Can yon account for the attack t "to Asked .
J.U" 1 Ion keg* White Lead, pure,extra .t :So. I, ring was heard. reproach." as he felt the' palse of hi*little patient,and

3 barrel' Linseed Oil, 10 bales cotton osnaburghi. all qualities, == =- ==-.:= Xo calls I And now, Mrs. Evans" continued the I listened to her short and labored respiration.
!1 Lard Oil 5 bides l lpwn shirting, assorted\, morning hope, thought fair patroness of the blind returned
man. They from "
Fire Paint bbls. I Fiom Arthur't Home Gazrtlr. the lady, as she herself opened the door I I school in tile rain,
t'\' package* proof ( aud ) 3 bales 4-4 brown sheeting! resolved The lady. appealed to shook her head. It answered Mrs. Williams "
; barrel.. !* Krctiftal! Whale Oil, 10 ps Eu 5 and 6 4 brown sheetings! THE FIVE DOLLAR :BILL; that the intruder should at least see is quite out of my ," she said I and must have
; Train Oil. 1 bbl. Copal Varnish.Jijtirit 5 PS! 10-4 S. L do (la.I that she was intending to out. power firml.r.II r taken cold. .
Turpentine in Ijnnvl mid at retaiL A *nfrj 2 bides striped osnaburga!, OR. But the go of too distinguished am grieved to appear uncharitable so I j: Her feet got very wet." added Mary. ,
present guest was of
a"rtnieut of Colors,Brushes,and other Painters' 20 ps bed tick, assorted, CHARITY BEGINS AT HOME. many my friends, but it is my endeavor to i: who was standing by the bed looking
character be
material D. H. AWES. a to passed lightly by. act consciensciously in this I'
ps hickory shirting, matter, and to do at her sitter. Her shoes
July 9, 1853 27! tf 10 ps Marlboro stripes 'mid plaids, No member of the circle in which Mrs. Williams this I ani often obliged to refuse appeals to thin indeed are very
4 pa apron checks, assorted, BY MRS. B. P. Dorcnrr. h moved, was more thought of than Mrs. my benevolence." I not like my nice thick. ones, 6
Wines, Syrups, &c.01.D 20 blue Denims which keep out all the water."
Ackerman. For
pIt piety, benevolence and "But the is
sum so trifling and the sucha
rort cause Mr.
Claret, Rolled Camblets. I Williams
tO looked i
l.Lddra., OM Port Juice.herTy 10 ps ps cottonodcs, assorted, Have you any money to spare, Henry !tIt 'a ost of Christian virtues, she was esteemed ; good one, Mrs. Evans. Charity is a great, wife but her face wa tamed inquiringly from at his

Sparkling Cider, 2 ps Military duck, asked !\Irs. Williams as her husband was about inequalled, and with a cordial welcome Mrs.I virtue, you know." his. observation. -

London I\'rter, Scotch Ale, 2 pe Brown Linen duck, leaving the house to go to his daily employment Williams led-the way to the parlor. It is, indeed but it consists not in mere' "Nothing .
Tr4t1ay reacll", Brandy Cberri, 2 ps Planters Linen The children are much in need Bat LJ(ear I interrupted you. Were you.not'goifg alms-giving. I consider the wone"than'damp feet at this
right performance season
STup Sardines. 6 plain browu linen, assorted, jjarticulmrly, remarked tk
Iii1iberry .. ps of shoes and some other little things, and I oat?r asked the Visitor, as she accepted of all our duties ph/ncia.
Strawberry Fl'e@h Lobster, I 5) ps' plain brown linen drill, assorted, as so many acts of as be wrote a prescription, and
'mf'ln" .4 Shad. :I ps linen otnaburgs, owe a dollar to the young girl who has been' the rocking-chair which her.friend charity. In the first place. we should pay call at an early hour in the to

Ginger" I' Salmon 10 ps Florida S. L brown shirting, sewing for me lately." drew forward for her convenience. particular regard to the welfare of those who The mother morning. ,

Pin Apple English Pre8Cl'\'ed Mw'tard.atla Quinces, 10 ps El do do do do do5ptsl'aloAltoS.I do Money is rather hard to get just now, i Only to the shoemaker's. I can go byndby. are more especially placed under our care by bedside of the restless passed an child.anxious: She night felt fearful at the
Je1f the still the children I a I am delighted to see Willyou the Divine
reply, Providence. Our
Lucy was you. children
Currant dt1. 4 l'cacLes, 2 ps 10-4 blue Alandale sheeting: are certainly that a regular course of fever must follow and
Sparkling Gt'latinf', Tamariu&, Bleached shirtings of all prices, idths and quali. must have shoes and honest debts must be not take off your hat and pass the day !I" among the first objects of our charity, the opinion of the physician at his next: visit
Flaoriiig Extracts, Spe.'II; ties. paid. Here is a five dollar bill. Will that No, I thank you. I came on businessthis and their moral and physical well-being shouldbe confirmed her apprehensions. Several
runlcrs Plekh'fl 8 Brown Holland morning, and as4 have several calls I days
}p answer your purpose tIt tomake strictly cared for. Other near relatives or i I elapsed before the little invalid
("oCln1 Starch Salad Oil, 4 ps White do Perfectly well. I am glad to have it today we can walk along together. But friends are showed any
generally pointed out demanding
Olivci; Capt'rll, 11 p Irish Linen, aworted. first let as signs of recovery, and then her feeble frame
orcc..tcnohirt' Sauce, CucCIa. 20 {JOE plnid and striped hdkfc, assorted, for 1 shall probably be at leisure to me beg you to put your name to this our kindness and care. I do not entire had received such a shock that it was evU

D. 11. AMES. to ps Silk pocket Handkerdbicfc, make my little purchases. Mary took cold subscription for foreign missions. You recollectthat ly acknowledge the doctrine that, as we are dent that unceasing care would be

July 9, 1853.; :!7 tf 6 dOE geutlfinens Suspenders assorted yesterday from damping her feet, and Ellen's the ladie of our church have just formed all one great family, those connected by the through the winter. necessary
6 doz inens white and colored Cotton Gloves, shoes are also far too thin for the season." a new society to raise funds for the instruction !'ties of relationship have no peculiar claim How
Garden Seeds. 6 white Linen Drill assorted, soon can I go to school again,
ps black By all means, attend to it directly" replied of the poor heathen. I regard it as upon tis. God hath seen fit to divide us into !" she
1 asked
Beetle. ps Alapacca papa as father atood her
Flat just by
A fl.a, Turnip,Cabbage
RUT the husband. Health is not to be disregarded. a peculiarly Christian work, to which all families and rule
ch'ed. 1>. ILAMEJ3. 2 ps 4-4 Turkey red print, as a general think that bedside, on his return home one evening.
-July 9. 1855. 27! tf 6 }ps blenched Cotton Diaper, The seeds of many a fatal disease should devote themselves, even if it involve those thus connected can be better mediumsof Not for a good while I fear "
<6 Drill.
are often sown by a slight cold. a relinquishment of some of good to one another. was the reply. We
BILLIARD TABLES. 4 ps bird eye Diaper, assorted. Williams and his wife the luxuries of Fife." Would must try and make
Mr. departed, then assist [
12 doz Damask Table Napkins, proceeded you, none but your you happy at home, for it will be long be.
Subscribers off..* for tale Tables 10 per cent 1 piece 15-4 Linen Sheeting, to: attend to her domestic duties, I "Certainly; I agree with you fully," was own near connections I" inquired Mrs Ack. fore you can bear exposure. By the

TilE than any other tablisihrnent in the city of 2 ps Pillow Case Linen, which, owing to her husband's limited income .. the reply. But just now it is quite out of erman, with some severity of tone and man- Lucy," he continued, addressing his wife way,

New York with improved Cloth or Patent India 2 do do Cotton, devolved in a great measure upon her my power to contribute anything. The small ner. bow did it that ,
Rubber Cushionn ,,Inch are preferred to all others k 24'hit happen you did not buy
12 11 t Marsaillc! Quilts', which I have is "
sum by me Certain!
now in use by the l>est players in the United Stat '/\ 50 ps white gauze Mosquito: Netting, self. already" appro- )',as far as my means would permit thick shoes for both the children I understood
and An hour passed in the }busy round of the printed to accessary pur hases. I have certain rules in to these
for correctness and ('elasticity, are warranted to 50 ps blue and green do (10 regard you that the money I gave was
stand in their place for years without repairing. K)> J p5 Bobiuct do do I various cares of housekeeping, when a ring I do not wish to constitute myself a judgeof matters. by which I regulate my conduct, but sufficient for all needful purchases."you

Gentlemen ,,'il>ing t.. purchase; Tables of all cOt"rip-! COO pounds Cotton Yarn, nos. from 5 to 12 .. at the bell announced an early visitor. your affairs," answered Mrs. Ackerman ; I fear their repetition would be wearisome to r Mrs.Williams blushed but
htMl,, with lIIrlJl(!'. Mahogany: or Pine Bed., can have ';(1 Fancy Calicoes. but before decided refusal I I frankly leplicd,
pa the who entered give a In the first
:Miss: Jones, lady belonged you you. place, I have an accurate and so it was, Henry had I
their orders filled tJie tILIllt'n" i if they were pres-ont iU l Lawn Dree appropriated it
printed<< ,
ps to that class of single maidens, who, being must entreat you, as a true friend, to reconsider knowledge of the amount of husband's income intended.
mail.lwn my I
by addressing us by !J on hmd: TubU Id(l p" Emicb Judmet do t'lntlw, Ball Cue, French Lcalllers, Pockets, 1'\M.l\ I, Gents Linen and Lisle Thread Gloves.J..adis i unburthcned with cares of their own. the purchases which you are about tomake and make it my especial study to pro- air about it long ago, but this sickness Las

LliianU.. and Cue Wax: of the l best description, ready Cent, Boyit aud Misses ioc of all colours, : charitably devote themselves to looking into and i if( there is any one article of creature vide for the COmfort of'my family in an economical -, prevented. Let Mary sit by and .

(shipping at the frhorU-st tisiticft.Gltll'l'l'l'll. pril't'tI andqiiantities: I! t the affairs of their neighbors. She was also comforts which can be dispensed with, and prudent manner. This done, I her for a few minutes Elen. .will amuse
A DECKER (}cnt" and J"ldiCIIlerino and Ootttm Vents. several benevolent to appropriate a of funds to this aside certain explain
a prominent member of societies palL your put a sum for sickness and unforeseen it to "
90 Ann Street, Sew Yoik. March 12 lt5:' ::1. 10 H El It .- _-- -- -- and was seldom without some new great cause-the salvation human souls. which I consider Mr.
expenses Williams
March 1?, 165G.:: 11 tn I a posi- listened with attention his

Groceries, project for benefiting certain poor proteges ..."...It. is indeed. a, great A" case. ," turned.. h Mrs._ tive duty- as otherwise there are times when wife's- (xnripn-.p-_- t

A. PERRY AMAKER, -| f\ BAGS Laguira Coffee, \\homshe took under her own peculiar pro. Uilliams, thoughtfully, ." but really," and debts will accumulate, and to withhold from "It will, I hope, be a useful I lesson.to me,"

ATT8BHKY AT LAW Xv/10di> Ja\u do tection. here she paused, and once more counted the j I any one their just due is decidedly uncharitable. -, she added in conclusion. "I am now.fully
: (10 Rio do
TALLAHASSEE:: 10 Boxes: No. 1 Soap, You must really excuse my calling at cost of shoes, flannel and sempstress' bill.- I. I then set apart another sum lor the relief -I convinced that Mrs. Evans is right, and that

/ Bl>K Crush'd :Sugar:; this early hour, my dear Mrs. Williams," There was no surplus remaining, but perhaps l of the! poor and needy, which I endeavor i in order to be truly charitable we must first

May 21.1P53. :1.1Sheriff's> 1 do S. S. ,Alnuitidn, she exclaimed, as the lady of the house advanced the last item might be delayed. It was I I to expend in ways which appear to me most regard the interests of those whom Providence -

Sale. Powder iu Kegs | keg and J keg/ !, to meet her with extended hand, not absolutely necessary to pay the young I productive of good. I first seek out the poor has placed peculiarly under our "

50 Bags -ihot-all"izl'II, but errand is an urgent one." girl immediately. Possibly she would not i in my own immediate neighborhood, or those "That is care.
N Monday, the fourth:!,' o July next I will expi RIOt Oturd and my u true,
O M! for"ule, within t..ia1h\luri. %bvfine. the door do Madfiiaand Brandy PortVirie 1'sv'iigalsel'hiskey, No excuse is necessary, Miss Jone"i "-.- call for the money for another week. It was I who, by some providential circumstances, husband. doubtel. you will! be better

of the Court House in Leon County\ Swr itn H 'jstieaila ; N. E. awl Jamaica Rum, i You are too old an acquaintance to stand oneremony. really impossible to refuse such a woman as have been brought to my notice. After theyare able to withstand the persuasions of the

.,f Mauit.-,- Sugar, levied uj "n ns the pr..j>- S. C. Madeira and 31sLigaVine, : c ." Mrs. Ackerman who was so charitably devoting cared for, I am ready, so far as my means charitable ladies who in perfect ignorance
-rtv of William P. Craig! UIK] Soda and Butter Cla l'rs.J''pJt'r I for And I herself to a glorious work. will permit, to assist those at distance of the
/hands in fgi-nrof James B. Gamble aud others, a- and W teri.)hin. Sauce Thank you saying so. now a greater circumstances of those to whom they*
fuuit said CC ii.;. Raspberry) ,and''LCIIHUI rcw! Syrup I. will state my business without delay, far Isee I' xSo alter a little hesitation another dollar even to the heathen in foreign lands.I apply often enforce their claims in aouooer

HALEY T. BLOCKER, Caceia Pepper and SpJl'e you ate busy this morning. I have re'cently i was djTrwti from the five, and the name of At the present time, I have had unusual demands I exceedingly annoying. But the little debt to

Sli'ff: vf Leon County.May Pine Apple ChcefcC and Rai-ins, 'i met with a most touching case of poverty I j l.uc'ilIiams swelled the list which was.. upon my little fund, and must be cautious Alice -has it yet been discharged I" -

-- 21- -, 18.,2. -- -- i'i. r l --- --- Mustard, Candles, and Starch, a poor widow with five children, \'eryfcc'ble triumphantly placed before her. I lest I ticspass upon money devoted to "Iamgnievedtosaythasithuuot. El

NEW GOODS.I A very large and well-Al.QU-selected stock of Spring idSummer health, and quite unable to Kiipport This done, the two ladies, arm in arm, proceeded other purposes. Excuse this long explanation I l len's. illness has put.every thing else out of my
such without assistance from the through the busy streets. ladies but it seemed for mind. I the
family hope
a necessary has
VST revived SAMPSON and LAWRENCE,, Clolhing cClII-i..tillg in part of: my poor girl not
.J I Idit. Cap,per Printed Lawu 11'JUs., ,: CO: B11- and Curd Alapacca:Sack:; and Frock Coats, h umane. I do not wish to beg for her, but lIly next call must be on Mrs. Evans," own justification." from the want of such a trifling 8m"sofer

Taffeta Hibb-iis, Silk .' 1 2 do Queen's Cloth do do do du have exerted myself to make a few little useful remarked Mrs. Ackerman. It is right on Witii'somewhat altered feelings, the guests It may not be trifling to her, .- .

HlLliu"* InLints Cottnn Hose, 12 do Drap D'Ete Frock and Dress Coata. articles, which may be sold for her bene our way. Do step in with me. It will detain -. took leave. The renjarks of Mrs.Evans bad Give me the and I will -

Hl k-:. and. White O :\UJ1' Bleached.. Sheeting; *, 12\'l do,lo Ciishmerette Faney: do Sack do Coat Coati,, fit.t Will you allow me to show them to you I you but a few moments." at least furnished them with food for reflection and settle it.nomOr go once,
Scotch (;j
lingluun, Shirtings
Fancy Punts, StupediliHirumjj 50 Liiuti Sack and Frock Coats of every quality,, and urge you to }become a purchaser !t" With a slight feeling of curiosity as to how and with regret Mrs. Williams recalled A short walk brought Mr. Williams to',the

: Liieonia: Phiidu, priee and 1117(+, Really, :Miss: Jones," replied :Mrs.: Williams :Mrs. Evans would meet this second claim the manner in which three dollars of a little door of tae comfortless dwelling, one room of

}:iili'.li; Heavy Twills, 5u' Cotton Sack and Frock Coats of all qualities',-, h 1 fear I must decline assisting you upon her charity Mrs. Williams assented.A .' sum appropriated to the payment of a just!' which was occupied by Alice and her moth

Furniture, Camlet Jeans, sizes and prices, assortment of Pantaloons, this morning. :!\Williams has }been ohlig. neatly-dressed, bright-eyed little girl debt, and to the comfort of her children, had !I er. .
Together In general .
: undrecsed Jo. Satin
C English..l"r'd Cuinbiic'' Frt-ncli! Cottonadc, Ycxt*., Shirt and Drawers; all oi w Lich we will bell ed to meet several heavy expenses of late, showed them into a pleasant room, were been expended. His knock was answered by a tidy-look

in.b.: sed Crcfk Plaids, at the lowest market price i and is-5omewhat troubled for ready rnont')'." they were not loug kept in waiting. With If :Mrs. Evansis right in her ideas of true l ug-woman, who dirc&him to _their apartment

huh Linen. Ticking: -- Mllr'h- -118-:- &:!-. -- -HEIR- -
Dimity :Muslin, Ounanurg' :;:*. Everything Necessary and t basket! ," continued the persevering visi meet them, her countenance beaming with with it,"she mentally exclaimed as she i The poor woman is very low, sir. I fear
G EO. W. :SC01T IS, 1853. 16 :SEEMS the order of the dny to \'(' ot. It will give me pleasure to show you good feeling, one pair not many days to live.

__April-___- n_ ____ ___ r'>ne has! for sal". I 'w.'tft try to enumerate all fIr'IJalf my handy work, even if you do not purchase." one could suspect hvr of want of benevo- few yards of flanneL The inner door was opened by Alice, herself .

Dry Goods. lUtlIlIIe of the leading articles like i The basket was accordingly opened, and j l ence. Her self-reproach was increased when, on who immediately recognized Mr. Wil
Bacon, Pork, Lard, Reef: Butter, Cheese/ the usual stock of I A few general observations passed, and reaching home, she found the hams
received, per: J. G. .& l>F.nsox.- I work-bags. l'cnwift'rs[ young semp- several times a when
JUST <-d Lawui, Twilled Bagging, Mullet Flour,,Sardines Matkert-1., Pickles Cod Firh, Candu, Mulal'bel', Syrup, I l piii-cubhinns' and infants' aprons! exhibited :\Ackertuan proceeded to state the object stress awaiting her. at work at his house. e

Sviios M h1..1in. Shuctilll6, Porter, Ak Cider, "'iu"", Liijtiors, Ac.. for the admiration of ;Mrs. Williamslio, of her visit., A gentle but decided refusal Could! you conveniently let me have the Walk In, sir," sho said, in a faltering

Clioekered Berlin Coree ClI.l1Ihric, ft.r Itonnets, St Plain ri pcd Ouaburgs do, !, Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Rainins, Cruc1o.cu.tc., being also of an exceedingly charitable disposition was tlie *cfly. Persuasive arguments or dollar which you owe me, Mrs. Williams 1" voice; "my mother is very ill, and I.cannot
Tobacco, 8 hints at lack of useless but she asked,'in a timid tut earnest leave her
Lace MuMnttto NctiuiR. CoUniadeB. Ac. -gar8 began to feel a slight uneasy sensation charity were ; manner. a moment.
G lO. w. SCOTT
--J-nne.-";18- 3. 22 Hard Put!Clothing W
CLOThING FOU TIlE FALL OF Paints, OiU and Ship Stores, had given her that morning. the motives by which they were actuated, latter part of next week, and it shall be ready of neatness which rendered it attractive.

Funiiture, Matrasses, A-c, I should like to take one or two little !Mrs. Evans was about to add a few explanatory for you." The sick woan lay on a bed in one corner,

1853. Grain Plows,Cradles Com Shrllers Corn Straw Cutters, things, just for the sake of bestowing my words, when another visitor was An The girl hesitated. She evidently disliked but her eyes were closed, and she did not
!, \ lll,
Iron .
OF CLOThING informed Nails
PURCHASERS the ore Black Smith's, Coopers Carpenter's and Plantation mite," she said hesitatingly. But unfortunately nounced. to urge her request, but necessity overcame seem to notice any one bad entered.

*clothing (ut wLu1t..&.lc only) eui'able largest for assortment the" Ouuu- Tools.ID .. I have no change-nothing but a A pleasant looking young lady entered, her reluctance, and she again said- I Has your mother been long ill T* asked

tr\' Trade to Ixj (found in Uie States: : short; almost anything you may call for can be five dollar bill" and uttered an exclamation of pleasure at "It would be a great favor if you could let Mr. Wilams. In a low voice

*Wc do buMiicss wu the ONE PRICE SYSTEM. found at LA 1)IYS. Let me see," replied Miss Jones, drawing finding,:! Mrs. Ackerman and Mrs Williams me have it." many months, sir, but for the las

Order promptly filled. An exanuiualion of our New Port, May 14, 1853. 19 her purse from her pocket. ** Perhaps I seated with Mrs. Evans. "It i is impossible, Alice ; but if you real- ten days she ha failed rapidly." -

Stock i i. solicited. HAKFORD A BROTHER Fresh Lime. can relieve your difficulty. Yes, here is a It will save me such a long walk," she ly need it, I will endeavor to send it to you I And are you not in need of assistance -

29 Park Row, (oj>powle the AsVor' HOUM-) N. Y.k kN. 200 CASKS fresh Rockland Lime, for sale by three and a one. Now, i if j-ou will take that said ; for you must know that I am on a in a day or two. What is your number 1"'With ? my good girl ? I called BnK pay the

B.-We are tile larjfext' manufactures of Oiled 1 i I). LADD. I pretty cushion which you are just admiring, charitable mission this morning and intend a deep sigh, Alice gave her address dollar which has been too long due, bet in.

Clothing in the country. RubCcr Clothiiig at the lo\\"- !'ew.1'ort., :May 14, 18)3;:) 19. I at fifty cent, two penwipers for youi little to call upon you all for aid." and took her leave. The tears fell GIst from your present situation other relief is necessary -

*fct June marKct 25;, rates.1853. :!5 3m Biscuit and Cracker Machines. girls, at twenty-five, and one of these useful II Many beside yourself appear to be en- her eyes as she left the house, for with that for.you have no longer leisure k> attendto

HA. J, McCOLLUM, manufacturers of the cele- work-bags for the other quarter, it w ill make gaged in the good cause of charity this morning trifling sum she had hoped to procure_some your usual employment"Alice ,

1120 Acres of First Rate Land. Biscuit! and Cracker Machine, most i in ail right" ," remarked Mrs. Evans, smiling. This necessary comforts for her invalid and destitute burst into tears. Indeed, sir," she

ACRES OF LAND FOR ALE !iti U- use throughout the United States having laiely mad Easily done, to be sure, but Mrs. Williamswas is the third call which I have received." mother. sobbed out, the dollar will do much for our

1120 ated in Leon County, Florida rS six aud a many, come improvements of which have in their been construction secured' and operation and- rather startled at the idea of only four Indeed! But my business must be of a Quite dispirited, Mrs. Williams returned to comfort Te last bit ol'fuel which I haven

Lalf miles north of Talhdutssee, in one of
Ucighborhoodi in the Stattf. The Land It first quality Bakers and others who wish to purchase machinery she had mentioned to her husband. present. kave a little paper here, edited bya pincushion and work-bag, which accidentally where to procure the means t purchase more.

(for or Stock Corn aud, Full Cotton and Game, besides possessing advantages for the baking business, to examine and cauvass (before Hastily_she ran it[over in her mind. One poor blind man, as a means of support for viet her eye she hastily thrust them out of But we have never yet been reduced t asking
other in
over any plantation! purchasing) the merits of the different kinds ofmaehines "
the dollar for the himself and his family. The subscription is sight, exclaiming- i charity.
State. I am anxious to tell and will certainly tell sempstress, two for shoes and
; and should their verdict lie Against us, we How I wish Alice had the which "
at a t.rg.i. Call ud examine *>'e wont quarrel l submit; but, favorable, 'we shall be pleased to receive one for flannel for the baby. Then she had only one dollar for the year, payable in advance money Neverele8 yon must aoW others t
about the price. ROBERT IL HALL. intended and will not have the satisfaction I paid for these. I suppose I must ask Hen
June 4 their orders at our old place of business. purchasing materials for warm you only you comfortble, now tt you a unable
22 tf H. 4 J. McCOLLUM, hoods for Mary and Ellen, but perhaps this of aiding a most worthy family, but, ry for a dollar for her,"though I hate to tell to provide or J'ourlves" wu the reply.

Valuable Plantation For 40 Eldridge Street New York. might be delayed ; their cape bonnets would you will possess a work full of useful reading, him of my foolishness. My own means are lmit. but I will d

fpHE subscriber offers for sale his Sale* May 21.! 1858. 20 3mo do a little 1 longer.<< The weather was not yet and valuable as being conducted, and indeed The reluctance to tell her husband prevented what I con, and ther ar who
t I JL PLANTATION, CONTAINING 680 ACEES. A FRESH SUPPLY ot good Cigars, and An- !. severe, and it was really uncharitable to re mostly written by one who is entirely deprived the request from being made that do more. Sickness in our own {ai! must-

It is lituatad twelve miles east of Tallahassee, between xl_ dcraou's Solace at fuse Miss Jones, who worked so disinterestedly of sight. evening, and the next morning it passed from excuse Mrs.. Williams for her in not
the SL Augustine and Miecosukie roads GEO. W. SCOTT & CO'S. I that her mind until he had gone to his daily busi the she
aud a- June 4, 1853. 22 herself. So the five dollar bill was Mrs. Ackerman took the paper was sending you money as promised.-
bunt eighteen from Newport, near the present tern the list of ness. Make quite to It shall
drawn from its hiding-place and the three offered for examination and also yourself easy as fue
bIlt lID ut tile Plank Road. A of the "
greater part Never mind
land is "firnt rate" hammock, and is well known asns Fresh Groceries. and one placed in its stead, while the pin. persons who had already subscribed. was the reflection, "Isaidin be sent you irlmeately. and yoa like I.

( of the bert cotton plantations in Leon Couuty.Me .- JUST received by tbe late arrivals from New York cushion, bag and pen-wipers were duly trans "You have been successful"she remarked,, a day or two. I will ask Henry for the will request my physcan t attend your
( hundred and twenty acres areetill uodeared that New Orleans ferred to her work.table. as she glanced over the names. I have no r money when he returns, and send it to Alice mother."

caouot be beat It i ill veil watered, and admirably Fnra Family Flour, Super. Brown Sugar, I wish everybody had objection to bestowing a dollar upon 10 worthy -, this l evening." Bless you/or your kindness," replied the
located as regards society, being in one of the best Com do, Clarified do dear Mrs. Williams your feelings, my and if IUra. Evans will kindly, The morning was cloudy and soon after sobbing girl. It is hard to be friendless
Stagg d Shay llama, remarked the charita an object,
neighborhoods io the State. It is also in a direct line Cruehed do "
the children went to school the rain and alone
for the Central. or the Savannah nail Road. A good Phuu do, Loaf do* ble lady as she rose to depart. hi hare furnish me pen and ink, I will add ml name came and wit a grateful heart she saw

dwelling house, out houses, gin house,and screw, t rein Shoulders. Durkee's Baking Powders' made but one call this morning, but that at once." down in torrents. 'On their return, little Ellen's Mr. Wiliams on hi benevolent ed
th% and the Clear Sides,. Rio Coffee, follow example thin shoes were perfectly saturated with Ere the usual hour
place plantation u every way in food was an unsuccessful one. You know Mrs. And the other ladies will your retiring to.rt
sd<(, 1'0" purchaser, time will be given if desired L R bLed do. Java do, Evans. Should not and do the same I hope," was the re- wet, and with some anxiety her mother hastened was in possession of more she
Fulton Market Beef you suppose she could comfort
Mocha Jo .
W. and her feet for the child
tt MOSELEY. to
warm dry had known
Williams fingeredthe time all
3 a long hentars.
Extra a dollar for benevolent and Mrs.
vlittz_ ; Apple Vinegar, Salaratus and Soda spare purposes? ply ; again poor
; 22 tf delicate and could bear little
Sperm Candles, Dried Prunes, Most certainly," was tho rt>ply.u Hjr pursdIehich\ her little store was nowdeposited'with was naturally lest her dying mother should suffer from causes -

Per C 1& from Hew Adamantine Pecans, husband's income is considerably larger than, ; a peculiarly uneasy sensa- exposure. which human aid might relieve, were a
Orlwtni. Star do, Pickles. Ac. &e.GEO. "See how dry my feet are, mamma, with an end.
30 3 ri2eIc&aud Slulder,, W. SCOTT &CO. ours, and they have no more family! to support tion. thick shoes !" exclaimed
new Mary tri
have his flannel. That my But the kind who, at
;6 Ibta p r-cured llama June 4, 1S5$. 2:? I have but a slight acquaintance with The baby must When will phyada. te'r
:!5 i .. : tIftd Sureriur:Flour, her, but have been told that she was a kind. was certain ; and Mary's shoes were too bad,, umphantly." you buy Ellen .a quest of Mr. Wilm., ln visited her, genc

Dole: Lemoo.. e1, Just Received, hearted, good woman." but Ellen's might do a little longer. True, pair encouragement life could 'b prolonged .

2 Hooked T LARGE lot of Ale, Porter and Claret Wine. She may be so, but I saw no signs of it they were thin for the season, but a week or Very soon,another my dear, _was the reply, accompanied beyond a { .brief days.

10 itar C.Dd, A May 6. lRII3 18 & H. KNIGHT. She declined assisting me in the most deci.: two could make little difl'erence, and Mr. by pang of regret as she When th? convalescenceolittJe* Ellen pec-
10 New Orleans'For : thought of the appropriation of the needful I
llolaaau. Wanted ded manner, and would not even consent to Williams expected to receive a considerable mitted Mrs. Williams to visit the .U.
sale b, Then followed the sum. dwelling she, found Alice alone iu
basket But I before day
BEltRY & LIKELY Boy about 16 or 18.years of age for my opening my must bid you I sum many Experience is a stern teacher. Its lesson I h &,
Ackerman ? the
1l0WLES Mrs.
A liberal poor'ao'erer rest.
June 4 I have desire to appear h gone
J8U. 22 which a fair price win be paid. good morning, as many calls to h valuable but often bitter. t
example to Mrs are ADd now, -m si. home
D. E. HULL. make. and to aid in setting a good you eoroe .
FISH. May 'I, 1831. 18 I will dress myself immediately, and Evans, to say'nothtng of..the wish to assist I Not many hours elapsed ere Ellen'alaowed I with me, fo the resent, at least"said.hersympathising .
go symptoms of a tudderi and violent cold and ,
MI 1\08. 1 and ,-Pickled nerr' to the shoemaker's," said Mrs. Williams a*I the blind man. friend,as ttieloeely gfri peered*
and atrnon I\t g. LIME LIME! triumphed and I before night was so exceedingly feverish I lior "IY
she closed the door after her visitor."I All these various reasons 01 sorrows. ill me thai JOB a
JUDe 4, l5Z. OEf) 2W' SCOIT it CO'S. II' 150 CASKS reM Lime, landing; and) for sal may Again be interrupted." Mrs. Williams took the pen from the hand of that. her father judged ll best"ffiTcall-*.*. '**. a phyu->i alone in the world. We gUdly, pt
by M'N AUGHT A ORMOND. feel ciau. :
Newport, April 30, 18A3. 17 But when with bonnet and fcbawl on she I her friend, and added her name, with a j. you ; and the assistance which yon



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--l. (-fr me-in : Appointments in the South. Hontijomcry and Pensacola Bead. "The First .Crow Word." From the Cnrrtpnnd'nct oflkr iff. Y. Time
1 have hrfoian Journal. The Bo'-t.-n J'ott has an excellent article on the The Slostgomory Journal, speaking of that ck)'* The Southern Ladirt Companion for June has a.variety Washington Affairs.

I It receimpenfe.Williams to this plan : subject of Presideut Pierce'sappointments. in reply subscription of,half a million! to the above enterprise.|I of entertaining articles, one of which entitled WASHISOTO July JTfce Cabinet held a prr.trsoUd

How to arirtd the First Crow Word," Imparts the cfteetioz to-day. Bochanao'n itMtrvHi* were again -
tate." to the clamor raieed by the opposition press. "lie-1 Isunhig. -other parties .taking another half million,-wys tfce subject of discussion. No foal decision ha,

: My Heavenly ; TALLAHASSEE : ." lemarks the Post, the question on the tie tKrectors Trill commence the work atvoncejT -.-. secret of a Wif, h tppin *. We qoote the recipe fiat yet been reached. The President will probably mol-

E tip a friend in my :- character of the appointments mode by the adiiiinlstrati'n. >ir arrangements are such as will enable them to onr married lady readers may compaie notes irith the Urj:the Minister and he will go t Ixnitlon, nntwitb-

1 grateful reply.ed SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1853. and earing in mind that, as explained in our pro*eeutc their worlc\with great rapidity, and in the w riter: .- : standing Marey's refus-jal to give him the fuimjquestion.

when I have been previous remirks.: Gen, Pierce found the Democratic coiire of sixteen months the iron horse giIl make its In the first place, it is important that you should When Buchanan was last tt re. he bl fixed -
the 9th of for the time of Lu
July departure
love. Without love the first upon ,
| lh that ,
I providence, when I .-Tli""* DHr8] per annum if pr.H in pirtv of all tliadue of opinion united in 'afidtrr the'* winged, ouitiuuous flight between this point and the 'I marry second, and man third cross you word will be apt to come ; ay, but it is now lodintood that tL* ei ent wilt be fur

cr in lived of !!! : )( ; $3 50 if nai-1 within FIX months of the time'''nomination! and election! of himself it R its\anJidate, G ulf in six hours. We have never seen more enthusiasm -. and sour look*, sueer and altercations too. Marry ther dclnvrd.

# and have !, &L4ng ; and 4i I'O at tic end of th var.. Ati-' and that it WSiI not for him to redhide the party bypr..eriIin in any project, or a more determined rjiirit to the man you love ; and after you are married do not Wm. "L ZanUmger. JXAunmq! Clerk in' ti* State
4 procure, On) Dollar f 12! line CT first, and intimate fnenr nt Mr W bi
per square I that do but Department an ur,
husband has to to
consider "nothing
thi tluit of its members
or piTtioti we it at your
through once.
in the bare put
t. r. fty Cent for all isuWquent insertions. Au- dance But consider that he has was removed tc-djy, to n *k. im t* 31Ltk. ho
: look back upon the ,, of candidate. Five Dollnre each, alvay* now proceed to apply the doctrine to the appoint- The Savannah Georgian of the f th. in quoting the the business attendance that is on necessary y for your welfare on his was removed by Clayton tor furm k < Wxtrt** Jw>dIngenoFl

i bave'becn led, and, \ mid in advance. Ite-ligiouj Obituary audXlar5s" -' uienU made at the South.* above intelligence, remarks" We sincerely rejoice hnmy and that if he neglects to attend to it strictly, with the facts from the fct< rrJr t ffltmtt

: the Lord for His I <'tJo< lA exceeding 12 lines tvi'.l I* published I I Anu-ng the earliest appointments was the important at Ue flattering prospects of thU most promising nterjTise. be will become involved, and perhaps come to beggary. of the State Department upon wUrb I* txw1 Lie oo-,

"I have fj? >"oeertiti itet of the puWiwition nf CTI nie justice of the Supreme C 'urt of the United The ftPeiisaeoU to take In the next place, consider well what is your du- torious assault on Mr. Webster. The appnintneiit of
: once will be way nw opens
legal notice of any deseriptkin gh eu | States ; and the gentleman appointed wan. it i# i ty, and endeavour to do it to the very letter. Base Stubba has greatly incensed Wenrter friend. b,>
withholding your the adrertitiug fee is paid.Ju that position among the citiei of the world tn which I Inatire consideHt an endreement by the Administration
j true, H State-rights man. Hut Mr. Campbell was, by I indeed must be the man that will be unkind or indif-- ofSt
;. liams ; "bat for this the elevation of hi* general character mnl hi* undisputtd destined her in lavishing upon her eo many ad- '. fi-reut to a wife, when he knows that she does her duI nubs' conduct, and an insult to the memory erf the

Alice. For the last l Eastern Mail 1 tlje time going to rreE. ])p'ft"-i '>n;>l pre-emineture. and speeial fitne f.'r I vantages. And she vill take it. I tv. In the next place confine yourself in your expen great statesman.

k learning a lesson in I the ofli-e. no pl.-iinly indii-ate l as the proper perRni to j "Kroni an intelligent citizen of Pensacola who i diture to your husband's income. It must be a very Gen. Almonte, Minister from Mcxier arrived to

Railroad Meeting in Thomasville. till thai: high office, that the only question iu his case I great cron indeed to a man, to have an extravagant night.
iha1tnot easily I 1 could lx\ whether because a'Stute-righta man he comecUd with this work, we understand that the wife.( When your tiu4 md comes home, weary with Sam Medarr will soon embark on his mi-wkm to

s: deavor to recollect find the tubjoirx rail for a Kailnwd meeting flxuilil be passed ove-r. and u person of It is qualification I I wlw c road w'l IK under contract during: the ensuing the business of tha day, have everything as neat and Chili. Secretary Marcy has given him both Us cornmisswn -

go hand in hand with in the Wutclsnan\ of the 5th, xiith a K taken in l.is stead. To do this would haTe f.dLVlieu that i* oomplcted, which will be before comfortable \oucnu.. Let his repast be as good I and instructions.

I U -- (j that the Tallahassee pnpore copy the sanio : been jjni slv irijust in it.-elf. and a sacrifice of great j the -uad from Savannah can reach the Apalaehfc t and well rxed r.p a you can, without being extrav- Hon. Robert J. Walker, accompanied l.y hw private
Lord John Busch public interest to consideration. altogether petty and I j agauL Greet him w'.th a smile. If he i is full of conversation Secretary, John Ross Brown, and Gen.James Kee-
p Mi e I Ing._The public generally, and the I of minor aYuIit. -.-#ur Pensacola friends will b* in a condition as they endeavour k> be so too. If he is not dis- nan of Pennsylvania. the new Consul to lion" Kong,

We copy the us of Thonia-s I/\vndcs, and Baler (Counties, and That the consideration absolute fitness, and nothing vill: have the disposition, to give very important aid 1 po ed to talk. dnot! unnoy him with a constant chat expect to leave New York on the 20tb of September

t : pen of this British 1 .] nei izh.r pfprciallv nr- invited to nttnJ tlse, inluccd the appointment of Mr. Campbell, fo the work for the connection of the two cities | about indifferent things, but endeavor to engage him I at the Infest, for China Tia London, Suez anei Cevlon!

tI published work. It < of the frierulo uf the Brunswick and FluiMa wa- plainly iudientcil by the next great apix'intmcnt hi conversation by tallJn< about thiuirs that will interest The Prineeteni is ready to sail as noon as the oreJeri*

t itio the memorials | at Ilioina ille, on TLurslay, th.* 2Mb! inM. -that of 3L- Slidell al minister to Contra! America ( through Middle and West Florida. I him. If you do not succeed, do not sit down mop-I j given. This fact, and the news from Kankio by tliet

I: Chailcs James Fox. dinner \vill be provided, and a hearty utlcume --f. r in i ni'-re unequivocal ami derided Utm-a map I r.VrJuntice of thf Stipteme (.''urf.-We notice Sing in tlogerly silence, as if you had been slighted, i t 1 steamer Africa, may hasten the departure of the twrrty. -

-j to &1I. : e5i ted in the whole South : and in his case a"* in tlwte'f the names of Leslie! A. Thompson and Thomas IWt- and think because vc't.r husband does not talk to vou. j .

that book : Mr. S. ule, n iriisU r t<> Spain, which folio* c.l r.'ii r.ell r.nnounr4 I as candidates for this e>fKcc at the en- that he has eea-ed to love you ; but attend to your i I Cvl Seymour has Income sole proprietor of the Jf.

3 The declaration ?<:prrme 0 its tern zft rWarl-. the higln-st pent-rjl nJ :jwwl qwl ?uii! <; It'ction. .lu-Ljc Rilt cll. \ve regret tn'1iarn, i iscne own b ,-.i'a.! and when your hiwSwnd speak toou. Orleans Commercial Bulletin, having purchased Wm.

tlrrlaralioii was the e Wet Urn Pi-trk-t at Mariannx on 4'i.1lV: nt.\t !n'U t-at int< t'.ahliad1! the feivn !hi> cjm.i.'rm atIe n Of tlio ro:1Zet ndvwate in the MM.ll>: f the answer hin kindly an 1 let him see that you are in a L. Hodge's half-interest fr.r $20.000. 3lr. S. F. VfZsoij -

It has learn there are a!*>it; fourteen appeal rasM m ; >f whetl.fr tl.c i: (ii\iviu.il ? lectisl >vn' a Tiwn man Geonru; lUiilroad. tic.mrtru.ti..n <-f wlieh, wi
;,. nncc grown ; dix-ktt t, e.-f which involve to ; or a Stjte ri l.ts iraa. So: i-i rr nl to tie, fnl 'eru. '' s.> f.ital to the i.itiies-ts of the liut.-Jitkfcncille.Ve and \'oi ;tr.- i>Tf: i'f hiir.-.our w Ian he corne. in. d n> t et In the New Orleans Picayune. 3fr. Wilson w a
tome a
-4 n giai t's strength. : property ..i.t m-* 4.1! (" n. (I-i.I er.. (M u. iri.mi-d.do, *nd Mr.iVi'.aa .". { fiuwii on l.im. m>r on--.er l-i"i iarlr. Jjft hine ri writer a native of New York. and a thorough

4 Whether it would : 1. In asi it"U to 1,1- a2me't lIt. ns ai oTr i ,1 that yo-i ir.-- kind I sin 1 i:tr'ti iiate t. Kim, tl : livtr lvn'ic ci.t.

: aintniu the ( ) 'uil'e M-vonT.ir.: an n'Kit -r i im? C-'ii rfVr.. V.'e are sr.rj.ii-eil at the l.ir.iriiacreusefl by the.AVatvlh :i ; 1ho:' r.-.iy I e "arrowed np bv rtLe-r ir.-.ll'-r*. Gor. Wri0-Lt. cf IwliacaLos, left tie city I.t New
t James L. Day. t for l.e IVr.iral A- \ : et to Jid i I It.tltz l > 11, t tl.. h-siirn of wl.i.-h i j4 "it'ni:.
; of Kngland IVri-o.l; j\' -f <'tl sjitx-L-.l tn<> : rest < J h"uM! y''ir hr.i>bntiI '\>czk h-ir-hiv tov>:i. cu not S.
: crown
k ; ; !enter, Jamr* J. Aiy t'uthd st SL Mirlc! 1 iwii'-a n.i i >n. 1 by I eu1i of lii tl h.re'n.l U, j nJ-'u;:'! (Sn evident. It hi k. like a deterinination in that print aiL-\\ .-r liltii in tL SR: war.; !)jt -j-esk K. f'lv' trld.L '
; well be 9" ( !. llrr.H
may ( ( fciiih ..ti.st, and AKiiiCB.eiT%rtrl upon tL' euti i
I kuo iodri'i" tin' > hlI t-iuracur and u'-k him inLit have
| : ir d d'him.
q Westminister rould \d.e: -s'ny* Lst, from Xt.w OrUai: t-j 1.vVe tt. I.e. GenV. to j ptosonn! I lhte if the* Mi-Idle who may: have favored way yoi ) 0' h. #.He? o. ColVctf f lie p-rt e.f St. Jark! nFridr.y
ila 'lou !
j.uMjo : !T.iitv : nr rr (if yon do I tot Ivt.ow.j an* *-r'avIptr t'eij i"no
tent with wealth and me p'.cs! c-d to Kain tLat tie J'ay L.d a fair Tiiuv5l'>. It. any ;pjutlcalar oxtvp- tIe l'er.e..L: andOeor; ;ii Ihal-t( hit uj'nn fiViie. I :;ui, C-.I- ii. -.'il that nir.e ten'hs L'l-bsn s !a't. 3Ir. A. B. "OTE' hz ltn ap .r.ir-l 1 1-

: Xourcrs of elisputt1 li-'Ti iu tLe.'e mn'-r party irr.tit-r-8 tsndtT di>fi..#i'in: them its ili!ilastmre, nul l to nrr.iy the people of the ?:. ill a' !iriie! a plc.i'-tirr lock and be ns a'tentlre aexer. f; cfj T at St. iLirk ; Judge SrrtLE at Cei'ar' Key.Mi.4mn *.

if the of Lord i ;; h T lUi (.1 j\cs' tnj.r fr St. Mailc* r-rre jti.l| tim ;tf* sn- at public f -i\io ail! prrM>nal i\i-rtli f }:a-t aiTAinst tliem. Are we oTrcet in attributing to Tn: Luleeil! i *hc Proverb, A soft answer Itumor jrjvf. tLe pititrr.ent at Tanpa"to>
plan *-r.i-i! i is to I t4' :dtil. lit tie ec: of (MU ( atkr.! the tirr.th; wrath.' If have cl.iKirtn.) Jlr. 31\GEIE. A clean se'p.Wektl1"z Thnrs. July -
I. Lord Chatham had R ]>. Wnslit.at pro-itt )holding tl,.' ap..at our cotcmp 'rary this ii.tcnti'nf f If it 1-e md., we away yon trorn'zti &.
c--ifju-raii'-n < and bolt had
] t.1Ii Mriv-tly, yet kin-iv! ; dr! not let hu-or.nl
t it was tl e peculiar of CLU'f Ju-tic -f th? State -ce.c.r t.f tl.c sr'.zl'- .s ::i<'lieil 1 in to (leu. .lackton, nr.d! :n that s'lO-ild! l* clad to know it, imd so doubtle <* would the have that on hi* hnn'N" L-t him 5< c your that v'.n e.in Z%> ?inrAnr last we have Lad several refrffliin.c -

I ond Lord North that \Vail: <*r A ihi-'n. and 1! n. Jo-c J. 1'inJrvJ( of (;fit r.Nl Troud.i\! f.ict that he \>it< i.ii.riiTIO r'r'> e f Middle Fl-ridx As to Jn-lgp H.ilt/ell.; w ehipp have eT'!.-r i-i v>-r l h r.s.e without ?& Lliri"- wLHe heis .1] ow r.wLHi Lave eli ne reach gwil to> tie erp jiu

.t those feelings of lilial ? of th* Widen Crcuit; ; also i 1 1.v_ s:>j>.i.'it'iiei.t. ,; ;>IV rcc .5itniept by the state i to 1 K-> aware, frxiii rojvatedconversation* with j-ns-i !iif. I. -\, rpj fM y' ur 1i'leirihi' will. You this C'u-.rity. Tie pro peef of the corn and! cotton
O'l.vrsi'.ioii i-f T riiiM'cv, ni.icli! nul.t feeni. e ie x'i\t> him crop in Mid the 1).tv will: him on tie smil.eet that the f.iet wl.k-li hac niy: : your jiinl-n l.n anvthini; you may
I filled the breasts of I ol'lidus CVI i-f i ? iwrj-t; nlg.tl erfited -
? fuld tliiiiK, to voLtratlict all cuil tie is n"\v than th iLt be .th /
tn suljiet ti.nk f'rr|) r : ln- tLev were <> : to a me r j-eo.- -
The Declaration f'-r a file (.ftLe latest X rw Oiltij. paj-er?. that >t.ito. the rtrcl" eif the ..Vtiriwi'hnil! i>un.lai..n-; tnd f"r i it to :;> s-i). A woman was not made to tjweni. of.

I (singular defect in it, > to* Li'l'tl'tn ve learn that the f-.it'g e\ni- Ato the otlwr app<-ntir.fr.ts ii; tie uil--rn That gre-ntlenicn, i is net "oneof theftron e. adtexrstc lIt;; to ho a helpn.at f.r her husband. Ifyor.r ;i f* A flat load Cotton w.t r.'eeis-'l :fa NewPort -

,.t the lingering ] tic St-.ainrr'a cargo : State", it.rr.av r-ntid. !ntly !I.. atfirn.ed that'the Uus'iii 5a the Middle e f the Georgia U-ad. lie I.aQ taken nactive -, h'-Tn.d: r.I..Ir4 cold and litfrre'it t to vou. don' tuj'bniM on Monday, wlifh ws* brought clown the Wa-

still retained for the i '* rzd .'. L i I r.ri rt l. art !iac jn) cau'e of r<'injil< iiit. ai flay \fJJCTVII part e>ne the otlur l f. of himitlt a n-rit: of arl"wti4.n f..r you; but l b.a .* r.we and Ocilla Rivers. The cotton belonged! to Mr.
k : v *; a'r.--ti-Kate: to him is ever, and ev* ri niorA a/>. If I'ow ELL.-/i./.
I i. As Mr. Jefferson i ; :5'JJ l-bli. rl-'jr i') d '. prk ; lv. do. w Li-key" w In- ttn.ious tO go ii.to all the Irn-al apprtiinintnt* w.-hein's advocated in the Mi.Idle. Wt, IliteirS'Lth.j y,-u have a Iiulu.! that has a eomrr.f hare of hunu.ii -

4 claration ,f : < nion? : do. pctaU-es.. 7-0 J- Ii.a I ; ? .k-. in tlot y rtf the cirtjntry ; it will n.Ilice t.i iu.iIite j "D'atLr' j IiMlii* prefereuccs L* J ubtls true, but what kiiii.'iH.silx.ut Lii, (and 1 hope n' nf >f the f.rrtajer : fsir-Il..rLTbonhas Douglas. of ths

n : iu l-nlf IitV ,2 J bsoTe ; t'/jU d.x .1 m : tLcir yrstl nets of \vhi<:h the l those pre-ferccc.es src r.o cue, we venture to remark ? '" > .e s > >rtun te 15 t<> a
4'] tats, 5'J Iil. Irua Su lt'\c s ; 2 do. ty- '
I the first jilac tu the ; ap j! ti/n / get <"nc that i* ivt.) i-e will socu loose all his eold- Associate Justiec of the Suj-r rne C 'nrt. Judge Doi-.fr-
? : '. TliC e-fiicial r iiti r.e itnder the pf mmrnt at N. i con authoritatively: fnr. j ne- r.ncl be the same as J.e was the day KP plitrhteil las was for s<.\ -r.d years Judge eif tbe Kasteni Jutiie'al -

people of (treat rec .ij-l. < f cottcn at Xe-j Orlear in ,1.\ (Ju- Orl) ftn' ?re equal jn'ihaf 'in tju'iilnr and eir.olu-I' Hail b. :tii: ? lore an 1 fidelity! to yon at the sacred at.r.! .- Dstrc'! and discharged LU duty ably and digni-
I them that when ; ) wf the oflice* in the S.'t.tI.vt. (, In cr-iieli-! '! n I will say that I have endeavoured t<> f.edIv.-.Juck.ou a lie ..Yirv*.

I them, by (the regular IleecipU at all tLe p< rts s-Lowed in ticc.s of Tlic irj: Ttant < H5e i.f ctllct"r v-ith its ;great: patronH'e. The f'h! T.iiig is from the Thoniasvih! \attftvian\ \ralc;! i p to tLe above t.le. and few people ear loatI

., removing from their < i I'I held LIG: J"u. I l'i\vn a Uni'.u ri.au; that of ] of the 25th June. If it were not so late hithe 3eun. -f n f,re hapj.iiefi* in the rnarrietl state than I can.- Something to think About.
& l iles. ; : 1C iot 2.V-.V20.
t of (3.1C5.C j ) p";tina -f r by :r.V.. fJ. Kendall, another Tuioti we should suspect that our Georgia cr.temporary was This :< tic eii-l.th year m.inee we were m.irried. mend The able and accomplished editor of the
our harmony, report uf the New OiltaLS market tx talns the man ; a t-i ird.: Mr. IVi.n, ha thr office of eornm'ssonir t..re-e faird.nirlIlihrn sit around
finn re-established trying t<> put i-f a first of April hcg on sneu.4v : I bright-eyed '-arheartL 1 New Orleans Bulletin attributes the late -
troJcthicL HI the euMom l aud! the most fftLe Ita!
; tate uf tLe ex>rn we qute us >ou-e ; > -;ojrie. awl our love for each other, ifehanged!
ngain, he proposed -f interest to the rcaJtrs of the FloriJun in pttroii8 u in In* hands of th* Uniou roeu. Dots Jiestruu.iler haul Sorm.-A Iail sormpas--d esera at all, i is increased." demonstration in that City, mainly to
; having the last this 1'K'k like prosciij tioii of them Ii portic.u of this cowity n Satnrday e'.eiirl; h st, ci',. i i ii '
given Kdi-'u : i So ia Alabama. Mr. S.nf.'rd ha f been ,nu.j.l collector hg tenius eamae (ci crep'. FoiturateIy it wanit An the influence of liquor shops. In a long and

I ; tion and manly ; '.-Witli nr Ifrate rm-ipt< and] a pfw-l dc- a ;.iiiit twoState-rijrhu candidates high character I very extensive, bet most destructive in it->"course, both i Impostor. well-considered article on the subject, we

I forever these -nj ha* rnuiu'nin l th firm pri'-es rij..ite.1] at namely: CoL Witiie-r* aud Mr. ItivLiu. The corn and cMt'in b.in.r totally ruined. The u.tones were The Kev. Dr. J. F. Minor came to this city last June

I ; endeavor to forget !<>ecf lat wttf. Tit'- halt? up lf yt-f* -rlav two iii
I and hold! them, as reached ab-'Ut I''i' ( sks. iu -tv! at ."2 (ii ( have b -t-n a give.i one to a State ri )l.ir man, < the ground to the depth often inehts. We are informed youn- wife, and was in search of a IK-me. Hfw latitudes and particularly to all tie cities :

kind 1 for iufetiortc, and Si <.*. we undei-tand. a regularly accredited cl<-r ymea
enemies in "
I Y 1K'W and Wlitc. al-out I par.d are perlce-tly bare, in the Methodist Church, over the inature of Bi-h"p Negroes as a C3c5, are obedient, tractable
I 1.. VtcUrday 1tii niati. And in all the minor anjf intmei.t-1., wel.a ew.ured scarcely a t-itgnnf vegetation
might have been a wtre tiketi iu fvur Jvtc, at 57 and 0& t rtt CO c. V h'pn tnd btlicre, that local iiitfrt and ptrtitties t i iin kft. lie M"* rs. Pughs. Jr-rdun, NitdeiI,Mrs. Aridrew.! lie preached lire repeatedly, end cs he and well-disposed, if propeily managed.

gether ; but a s'ima1 *, not questions of whether Iiiari men or | Di-kle Knd! Mrs. Me Kiunon) so far as we have been a- I ibi-rc hi'iifelf like a true Cliiitiaii. au
and of freedom, it receipts, 17C1<5 s.v-k report", 2C I n.tn, hjie Ixwti lUc jvcn/Hjgii.di.cefleut } hie to learn, ate the grutet sufferers. The hail was agreeable! a.i'irehe adily ingratiated him elf into from white men in their moral constitntion -
'I accoii.pank-n by considerable w ind, which (114 l much favor. After contract':* macv debts, ant] beeomihg
of lecti j
nity. Be it so, $ n. mvnlved. he U'k his for Florida, leaving ; their besetting infirmity 5 js, an intuitive
d.iio&cre; by blowing down fencinc. trees ttc Chick- tl-parture
la Cr 'h ; ,
Fourth of July. >r.n j in*t important dirlcmatie nppeifitnent -
road to happiness : ha. been giv.i. to Cul. Jaekn-n, a Union nun. a I en. g-e!". duck. pig*, etc, were kill*I. Thu U the f.H w if.? here, wits the avowed purpose of returning proclivity to indulgence in all vicious propensities -
i GIoiMia Foi.rtli"1 observe in thi
U 9 too. We will : c p city fiitMi-1 .Mi.l rxn if (iov. C.ldj l ; -vljiii-t in g.-iKral Sfvciitt hail storm ever known in thin section.i I with SMsr.e negroes he owned in that State. He had a natural inability to resist temptation.To .

1 &c.J 1 the neual: CcrenrKtuet' -\vit : thc firing of giirif. it may | atSnned! th'it. :i* well i'i the stat is already i Hie ir /r/i//'.i.nof Tnes-lav last coiitair. .'omethii.r' not Ix-e-n p>ne, however more than a month, before make them useful! to themselves and other -
Ot his wife; rece Ived! a Mter from Mobile, enclosing a ring
These the reading of tins Jkfhiration of Jude jn-. enumerated, as in Vir i-iia, North Curcliua, Flori-la.
; expression more with re.-pect to this tame *torm. We quote- Ue had f.-tkt-n from her. mid announcing Ms death. ?, they require 'a strong, bat

I of wounded and atlOra'ion by A. i I': /.miVer E.-q.Tl.eday and all thr (.thtr, Rowtheni 'LitS. the clwrVtcr. of The hr.il sti-rni whi--h we noticed in our Ia't paper, Through the! ex<-itiuiis tf the itev. A. WinfieM.. w* rcvernrnent. This th*'y must have ; without

: piimity, were too : cloudy and pleasant, and |put..ed otf without fc- t.h.eIhe t'e apjKintif.injti! LII acted negative on, or*iU t1.f the kind ever !K-srn that incni.i were rsiieiI i whn-h eceableil Mrs. Minor I if, they ae a worthless, dangeroo.* popula

pie to please the accident to mail or Least, BO far as T e me a-* t're-i 'nt. ,,' ii (k'r.i.Ve hare not iiited ile pntati"ii to r tt.r: tAlaMn..i.! where she now live*. T1. -* tion. Liquor is the great spur and provocative
r"f. ovir v l.u.hi! it pe.I; l, but ar informe-'i that they ; h.artls! liiLiin. we hi .* r.fo inf<'rmed.! i i- not dead.
Of the tutrita of Mr. addrere
I A maker's
The pusillanimous are J H'-w lash and idV, nnd viith bow imeli iifraricfrI : I to ne'ro insnbordination. 1'amlrr to
lix-k ile cTate, ar.d that e-n one plantation! w ]hi.-re :tI Hew.v eei by one of<>nr citizen a fw week ago.
in worth t/i fptak, fur the raH that we vcieprtvcr.t- I .rif f.icts th.-'e $ I1'Ui: )hare l hpen eit on th.1'rr '1 this natural of the and insurrection
England 'in -
r'' I *<-' nii to hare been al!.. ut a# heavy as anywhere, the rhiad! -lpl.I.i. in cor.i pan v with anotier lasly. no appetite negro,
Mr. Jefferson, ttill | the jaw in the Ilejiresentative Hall from ob- iJcutj i* evinced 1/y thf rtaternent in one ot tLc \Vlinewtpapirs / hail wa- washed iuto a sort of sink in the fkM to the (l.uI.t.ii.t.r) victim e-f his Jeeepti'VDr.. Minor has follow, no one can wonder. Give
that the three lucrative
.f' ny." More : either a eal or pfieitionhere we could Lear. (i Hio, Melbourne, and Putiana: have 1 wen CM.Ii-ut.tc 01 1 >< !-<-t- I depth "f t'n "!. | Li.i left hanil otfju't ahi''ee the wri-t. is* tall an-1! slim him tree access to the grog simp, and liquor,
1 I < )ar eilizeri have not wanted for ice since bounti- t quite ik-Iieate. ainl we'.t calculated U. deceive.-Aikj.mn -
nte-tained for the by the repeated bur U of applause which i Mi>tii-ls ; th p'-iMini who hwld thce thr .' i hi----; i>n 1 a the damning spirit of mischief, converts the
\ fjl Mipply.nf liiiil haTing: W. n obtained. TLere Tibr iJfuncrnt(, June 14.
4 i t, d in the hearts of the speaker, Iwwjirer, there was that in it. the. contrary Ward ,l-ejiiif Mr. all K"li) ofthuu rt G. Scott zealou, Mr. awl Tarlrt.tviiuusL'nion i, ud'Mr. ple-uty to l he <>btuin in> "
thew off her muft hate received their Approbation. Next demon.
IemcraU. a travelling preacher in the Florida Kiference. At
4 he.lhat as it the fourth comtaajng, it is tolx-1 <*pcd that the t .Vn'r nj.lj.point'n-nz'-lti aiI 1 the f..Tlowing
may i Much fi oli-h talk is mn1iilpd in a? to ti! nppr eilfavir the fir-t ecsioa of that C ferf nee. beTs in'fathebaee.ill A wiites ns from Clinch
0 passages warped the appropriate to the day will be olnterred li- f the adiiiifii-tratioa t.i\vanl th.htjUri ht* number of : ppi.ititriiiits have 1-etn: made by tlti President correspondent
1LS. h? was app.h.teI l bv Ri-Lop Soule to the that Robert Spellings was recently
SI Declaration. some grove or Church, KI that those present may dftjioeTiiti', because ' ] mem!>er rf the eabinct. No man vcvittire* to fall Ui I i Jaclttoaviilc Circuit. Ills name appears in the list of jshot by a man named Rials, near 'Ihwnas
nl I .
ringle despotic only have a seat but be able to hear what is g<>- Fon-i-'n Mini-t.-M, 10 ; Char e D'Aff.iirs. 10 ; Consul !
the character -f C J. l> that Johu.\1 mill in that It
question high avi hia manly ( published appointments'for year as Mij j( Mobley's county appears
have *, 7 ; Commissioner t"Sandwich Islands. Treasurers
appeared to | : It is no joke to eland up fur an hour and a- an l figorous intellect, his gIv.ri.um autei'tMjeiiLB and ; here in and Rials with
il!l ; KejrUten", 67 ; Receivers, 66 District At uor. He married somew the East, susUtiued that Spellings was making at a
lands. ;
1 The
fact in crowded with the thermometer of the his eminent special fitness for the station Ue iille: all
I I a room, ; { te.rneyp S-l ; Marshals, t6 ; Collectors, 96 ; Surveyors a local relation to the Methodist Church in that drawn knife, when'the latter shot him with a
which i in be disregarded ,
to according \VLi-
alike to
people were '
ni whiaPr' B-
at a hundred or llicrc-nbouts. because Col. Davis entertain* thof* 54 ; Naval OfHccrs, 11 1 ; Apprai'en 'JO ; Deputy section for several years, where he taught school, and rifle. Spellings was not dead at last accounts.
ful. ojiinion.
.. Pe tmsitcis, 207 ; Surveyors General, 2i! ; I'er'ooa much esteemed those who know him.He Rials has left for unknown.-Thcmas-
We also this e.dit'irothe Charleston Metcvry speake of the in regard t/> the relative rights; of the f lf ral government Agent 28 : Indian Agents 30-Grand Total 719.exeluive was very by parts

ington : copy in that city of a mule measuring 10J lianr's and the States, w hich erninciit D -minits before I T of the numerous appointments by tie heads i is a man of insinnntii' address, and if a villian, as vile Watchman, %Hth vlt.
him have held
to, and whih are the household of the several departments. | as.ertcd above, is qualified to be a successful one.
.3 4 The success of and weighing 2,200 pounds. He is certainly u faith of three quarter of the public men the editor but the mule. in the /I his l-i a small! number of appointments, compared j If he i is the man we think he ia, the records of the
-uot South. It need
to the errors other ( paity only t-> look at 1 just been published in two thick volumes.Th .-
duct and character the appointments in the State e>f Mi
,$. la him John' Sryitnary of L..rarnhg.Thc odve J a.* iu other parts of the Southwcnt, tu tee that Col.Dai -I same length of time. In the single month during which ( once convicted of horse-stealing and was punished by II I II | number of people returned were 21,121.-
,, were united acuoUDcinij the resumption of the exercu-et i I, must miii l does enter fully int', the catholic liberality 967, of whom 10,38(5,048 were males, and
administered the iu
General Harrison Government I stAndini in the pillory. Subsequently he lost his
1i interested patriotism Institution will be found iu another column of policy vhk-h the President has adopted in 10,736,919females, thus giving the ladies
1841 of hi* Secretaries, Francis Granger, turned : baud and became of the Methodist Church. !
the there matters. In the in one a mem-er
most apjtointiuenU I
stirring founded the Masonic 3i.ksippi. the advantage. On the night of the census
Seminary was by fraternity I
tance all have been irrespective ofprexions distinction in I out no leas than three thousand deputy postmasters,
M to engage in the praiseworthy efforts of Madion Lodge the party, whieh ceased to exit in Hint State before a-cording to his own declarations That was Upon Mr. Hawthorne' appointment as Consul at I 112,024 were sleeping on barges, (vessels) 91972 ,-

J est will never to ; 11, aud is located in the pk-asantand healthy vi'. and with the meeting of the Baltimore Convention as the like of which has been before proscription Liverpool the London Alhenuum! remarks follows: I in barns, and 8,277 in the open air or
; ;4 the most intrepid of Madison Court House. We learn by a not<* they did. i r ought to have done, in every other State or "It i is pleasant to' be able to welcome this original and hinder tents. The number of families in
since It will be found examination
;t fame in hazardous of the Uuioii. practiced. on ,not Great Britain 4,312,388 inhabited
1t8 excellent Secretary that since its commence- the the intellectual [ were ;
profound writer from new country to -
judgment in all withstanding the charges of the opposition, that the I 1
: houses The &c.
i five beneficiarieft have gratuitously enjoyed its The Maine Law. administration but fellowships e-f the (.1.1 I ; and yet more is it pleasant 3,648,347. towns,village, ,
4 ry. Tiie ( ; i iof Liquor present u making a ute
I in Great Britain 17,150. The British isles
I from different Counties, including from
,. rivals, the apathy Brethren one The MniiiP Liquor I aw" having 1 leen submitted of its power. Certainly the facts above disclosed I Ithow to point to this new instance American practice i 500 ; inhabited, 195. Great Britain has dp-
The Masonic particularly it to ]
rites of hi* enemies owe to the pooj.le e>f Michigan, was recently "carried by that thus far the political axe has IK-CD used with j of entIingabr.'al th-'literary men of that country wards of 21 millions and Ireland upwards
4 do all in their tn increase the ,
I to powe-r fill the offices e.f the The at
"j I tip Republic. Consulship
-: rashness nor thun by alargt! maji.rity. The I iMn-it) I.r.c J'rens. nothing like the diligence characteristic of patt vear?. of 6 millions of souls. Anglesey Jersey and
i J tunity for usefulness of the Seminary by adding In the ill | i.iverpkl is tie of the Very: best posts in the gift of ,
njily JMJ.T tlttrSUtCuhk-hoj'lHkit-du, ]I.ciiles: the! : Isle of Man hive 50,000 and Guernsey
a A Chapter on number of its pupils.- I '' Jlunk ]>hldrn the l.nv as bating ajid I Ivg ciUbli'-ht.'d
legal max- Leu is b'kye ami Shetland 20,000-
4. T nal contains the ;' j Carolina Uanks seem to have Lee-n d .iiig. urn ii> the Mr. II iwihonnv )h-si les Viiiij a gi.wL l tiling in itself. over
,, im
J mole Cil1e.-\Ve are itirlelJed lo the and well n-itled practice. It iutitLt: a svfclem i These n'mrnL.ers. however rapidly descend in
to <-f of past fix months a very safe and profitable bufineM. j i is \velcoi.itis a praotic.il refutat Jon an.! rebuke of the
; teretting our of this ix>i>ular institution for tluir cataU gu > ft-pimja utterly lejiu uit t every the remaining islands from 10,000 to 1,000,
ill 1lj P47l.lt-rt mind. I It i-itcrfens withth tl"- The semi-annual di\uVnds were declare I the l rulers e-f uiit .'*
i | tsof on t j jinstu n.orc exclusive our own e rv
p4- Dbnnets If fioiu it
jS2We that the total tumbcr
am 500. 401), ICtI, .jO, SO, 20, 10 ; and finally at
f'-r the sake e f the U natethc few who
I attempt learn front the Charleston
as we Conner which j
: but the last Parisian' for the j pa.t year has been 14)8:) classed a' will not n.mth -iii!
: out a crown ;: : Senior Class, 2S ; .Junior. SI ; phowore, I iII_; the rliri.-tMii ictigion. It CtHiUaveiifii 'suund pul>- paper rays : was launched at SavautmU on Saturday lost. She u island with one man only on it

letter, 'have three ; First Chi?, 20 ; Irregular students, 3. We ob- lic j oli'-y and gwHI coinin scni>. It i is the ot&iirinof "Tiie little bank of Ceoi-etnwnbeads the li named the to by
dividend of ,
faiati.imu-the a 10 per cent per annum, and the Mum-
feather illegitimate bantling of di.orJerediiiiiala7 Education of the Chinese Prelcndcr. A
t i ; the names of ilis:>e8 Saliie K.. Booth and Mnrv i I I moth Hank of Clurleetou hoWs ou at ten per ce-mit.- Captain Blankenship. Ilt-r hull is 144 feet in length, -

;. :,1 the head like a DulW, Quincy, as studenU from Floiida-ln.Ui I|I Hitter adopt the course punwM iu Florida: give The Rank of Cutiuhn has run up t> 12 pr ccut at width of beam 25 feet, dvpth of hold. 0 feet length much more probable theory, to account

bonnet is an Senior e>r grndnating clan. The regular nnnu-I 1 I levt 4 or 5 per cent higher thm: it ever attained before !I for the Bible quotations in the Chi
all feet width all 46 feet. She measures
everybody the privilege lo retail, but them to over 1321 over ,
I require the Cummercial Hank of than that which Attributes -
'l; and lace ; a point examination lupins on the wjcond Monday of the ; Columbia, 10 per cent.; nese proclamations,
ered in large dots \ pi y for it. Our State tax i is 200, with the County the Planters find Mechanic's Rank 8 per Cent and the over 347 tom Her engine is of ICO horse them to Jesuit inspiration, is that the
month The OiminetK-emciit H
) -rm'ii
: the knot of | and corporation taxes, (in nearly every case n* much State Hank 8 per cent; the Iank of South Carolina power. writer has acquired his knowledge of the
platted preached by the Rev. Joseph Cross, I). D., ei nearly 7 per rent, and the Union Dank and the S.W.IL .
of the neck. nore.) to be added, 50 that by the lime a license is IL Batik each G The find the Allowing melancholy Scriptures directly or indirectly from Gutz-
nape ) -Addnss] by the Hon. H. V. Johnson, at |per cent. South Carolina Airful Jartelily-We
1 ; without crowns;' the Ueinocrutic candidate for Governor of I iiied it has c 'ft the retailer the pretty little um of Kai'.nud Company; continues at 8 per cent, and the account of the ravages of 'death in one family, lafT's Christian Union." A correspondent &

front ? We can $LloO.) Tlii will prove as effectual, in nine cases out Charle ton Cm Light Company at 10 per cent, and the Milledgeville Uttodtr of the 5th inst : of the Christian Times, has come forward to f
!: black lace which of ten, aa the Maine Liquor La'nImportantif -." even tins South Carolina and Charlotte llailroad Company that Tien-teh was himself at one time a
We have received letter from Mr. F. F. Sieg. of say
expense of a rtudciit pursuing the regular col has declared its lirst dividend, and at the rate of
c on the forehead, 5 cent Americus, informing us that James N.Lester, aged 17 disciple or scholar of GuUlaff. He declares *
course, including board in the Institution, inset True.A per per annum.
; face is the only William A. Letter, aged 14, Robert M. Lester, aged that the chief leader of the insurrection,
,this in the catalogue at |20<) per annum. correspe ndcnt of the New York Tii/if. at the There arc no banks ju the Union better managed 6. Christopher II. Lester ,aged 4 years and Emma Tien-teh. solicited and received from my late

give coiffure faculty embraces the name of the Rev. Edward I scat of government, furoiehm the following respecting than those of the Palmetto State We wish that the E. Lester, aged 15 month*, all children of Mr. Alfred Dr. GutzlafT instruction in

1 each side bunches Myers, President and Professor of Euglub Litera the rumored Spanish and Mexican league. It cannot other States which sneer so much at the "chivalry" of J. and Mrs. Amelia B. Le-ter, of Sumpter county iu I lamented friend of .
i broad strings nil died in the short of one 'week.- the truths and principles Christianityand
this State space
South Carolina
) be true that Santa Anna has entered into the alliance would imitate the Carolinians in their evidence of his
designs are The remains of three of them were in the house at the although there is no conversion
here attributed to him scrupulous regard for the credit of their institutions.
: moneyed time. The disease w as dysentery, which that he renounced idolatry
lean. This bonnet Boston Poxl publishes a letter from a distin- same prevail it appears ,
'* It is remored that government has been advised, in that region of the State. The bereaved parents his idols and ancestral tablets. U
d ton in the dressing d correspondent, who higns himself Albert S. and burnt
from of the credit sincere condolence. The
of letter
.. quarters highest the celebration have our came
of the head must The letter," says the Poet, bore four of the treaty between Spain and Mexico for the re- During the year 1852, of 89,135,729.railway passengers to hand too lute to publish entire.-Jlilledgeville Recorder also appears that his popularity and influence

arranged quite low. penny postage 6tamMi| and other evidence of annexation of the latter to the former. The treaty, it in Great Britain 21 fi were killed and 486in- July. with his followers arise mainly from his act

4 tined to create a ( but not being familiar with Prineo Al is Mated was solemnly signed by General Cimodo and jured. Daring the same year, in the State of New ing ou the moral principles of tho gospelHis -

world ; but only chirography, since be took the last twelve let- Santa Anna, while the latter was at Havana, subject I York, of 7,440,633 passengers, 218 were killed and The Duval Hiltia Claims.We progress is said to be marked by the patting
to ratification by the Court of Madrid, and by the
r and
young dare to from Bristow, we are unable to identify it exact Mexican as soon as he shall be firmly.mjted in the 263 injured. arc informed that the Governor Las charged M. down of idolatry, substituting an o-
rule in the of
1 but give it, in hopes it may carry with itself e- dictatorial chair. These ratiticaliout-'kave been received Middle Honda with the duty of re- quitable of-government place
I of ,
Ji-bGE D. Esq,
Education. t BALCII died at Koae Mont, near Papy
of the Chinese
and it is said the oppressive corruption
evidence to establish iU paternity without our an expedition. organized en pairing'to JacRsonville, and distributing the certificates ,
head, heart and ." other interesting statement the western shores of Cuba, destined to carry six Nashville, Teiiii., on the 21st ult. Deceased was a issued by the General Government to thee men ,-English paper.

proper education Among ; thousand troops to Vera Cruz, where they are to snp- lawyer of eminence. During the administration of of Bush, Price, aivl Suwarre Companies.Mr .-

:! taught how to hate distinguished ccrrespondc-nt makes the following : port the coup fetal which 8
f wrong. And by rumor that we were coming over to tee the to attempt Treaties, and afterwards Judgeiu Florida and re the twelfth day'of July next, for the purpose mentioned parish of De Soto, informs the editor of Cad-
It is likewise asserted that the of the
departure expedition the
Palace is without foundation. Victoria isn't at Palatka on Thursday, for
q hand he will be will be the signal for a general insurrection sided two years in Tallahassee. Upon hja return to and if necessary, do Gazette that her fully tested a mn
: to add to b.is strong-nomry cntaoglemeuti and domestic on the Island. The Cubans are tetolveri not to let so Tenne*see ha withdrew from the bar, and spent the 14th It b of probable July. that Cd. Hardee, who u. chargedwith this troublesome disease recommended to him

you knov ,*rs now preuing-but Riddle has capital a chance slip, without attempting their emancipation certificates will meet native ottb coantrY.
residue these
round him. The of his I life at his farm, near Nashville. the duty of paying by a Spanish woman, a
education are to me an invitation, aod I am vrely tempted to we ; and if we may believe reliable authorities, Mr Papy at the times and places mentioned, prepared The remedy is this! Take an egg and break

;i, and to lore and the wild of Atneric* can produce. Give my the movement gentleman will who prove has the triumphant.A best opportunities. of acquainting : '- A letter in the Thomasville Watchman dated to receive them, as we understand that, that officer u it, pour out the white, retaining the yolk m

regard* to him. Ned u a boy,' and treasure Juno 29, speaks of the of the between now in East }'IOfiIL mix with the yolk
that helps us in himselfwith the secret drift things in Cuba appearance crops further informed that the certificates wfll the shell, put it in salt and
i graatYalae, every memory u the apple of my eye. Ask him to and who possesses the confidence of Govemmeut, Oglethorpe and Macott The writer says- I not be'deliTeredto are any agent under with or without as long as it will receive it. stir them-, -

comparatively you that tory about feeding the hone on shoe writes: ulam told Judge Clayton the newly appointed felt sad as I looked at the farms from Oglethorpe to so interest, at there are express instructions not todoNver er nntii the salve is formed ; Jot ', l fA

." Consul at HaraAa does not propose to enter MacoD. them except to the parties to whom they are and t0
: reigns in the head, Cotton from 4 to 12 inches high, blooming.yd this on a sticking-plaster,
upon the duties of his office until October. If this iso The identity of the parties nist be : He a tnvt suitS
man ia ever ready O. Mitchell (1k depend it. fie never will set nu Consul. Tho withered for want of rain, corn from 2 to 4 feet, made payable. 1 cancer about twice a day. <
Esq., ( Marvel.) Consul to opon made- satisfactory to the paying agent, ether by hi*. family wttu corn-
around (ate of the Spanish authority will hare b'ecu ecaled tai--scll out-Wades parched and cannot make twice in his own
paaea rtjgn and lady tailed fiom New Yoikon Saturday anything !t personal knowledge of the applicant, or eridiuce pe-I remedy

4 almost unknown.-. 25th, in the Aretit. cio theu. -the pwreat prospect 1 c\cr saw." I acutcd.-4PpumlsCt1U. I nlctc SUCCC'I..-

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MKKTFNG AT TA31PA.V Tc Suspicions Man..._This kind of mdi- I cedented in the nnnalt medicine. Kven OBITUAEY.Dieil Dissolution Partnership. DK. Jf ARCHIStS- .

a publicmetin held atlho Court House j ji"n vidual is always smelling a continuous line are upiup them in many ca need e', when not be they at tltc cn obtain Dieil, Ju; Ga, on the 30th of June, Mrs.HARRIETTA lIE firm of LEWIS A AMEri ia diasdywlby mutual > .
th J J'atii'hts liowerer, usuof T UTUEE
Town Tamjia, o!i em. exp eiffii.lCHi
th< Saturday evening, of
rats. He sees, hears, nor dre&ns of any. medical advice, n Uiey can purchafe a box of the wife of RCT. Oscar A, Mjcrs. formerly .conMcnt. 11 name of the firm trill be used

June 4th 1853, Capf. Wm. J], Hooker, was thing in whicli ho doeR.not smell a rat." Liver Pills, with which directions will lie furnished of this City. D-'ceascd tfas the daughter of Hugh by either of the subscribers in settlement .' .. 13 Rfl7UL

fleeted Chairman, and Edward T. licndrick, The most harmless action of hi* neighbor, which xi-ill work a ?peedy ctiie. The following rertitieate Arcb.-r, E q, Collector of the port c.f St. llarka. BENJ.C. LEWIS, J "\ l4, LYOFFKRKDto.the .
D. IL AJIK3.Tallahasrtee '
Secretary. under his suspicious and inquisitorial diSpo.sition from a gentleman in Ohio .upsaks strongly of Ml ritiKM (if Moot
Capt. Honker cxplai. tliat the niprting the efliacy of this great n-medy : July 1. 1853. tirr. t41'aidbsSWea,
is made a matter of serious investigation TRIBUTE -.- __ __ 'qF
called I'ICKEBEU lx>piii Co. O. 11 th mo. 3d, 1849. OF EESPECT.Witrr.r.s $ prrtki.of
h.vl] bt'cn to take into consideration < t because he knows there is soniethiittf in tv' The DRUG BlfMINHH will be continued at
Mv wife was afflicted with the Liver Complaint fur It Imth pleased our Father to take horn us <: 5* bapurtioee to &m-
souic rumor or statement concerning a large the wind, for he saw his neighbor) 31 l r. B., nearly live years, and frpent about one hundred dollar our worthy and esteemed brotlie.r,JOHN B.SHEf- the old stand, by the undesigned. D. H. AMES.

row.lrnil, which \vas n |>oitcd to have gone speaking very confidentially tu .Mrs .S., that with'a re uhtr physician all to no puti. se. I heard Alp): And v'hereas, Our Lodge i in thus deprived July 1. 1863. 29ST I : WZb

from the stock range of the citizens towards ]I morning in time markiL lie puts that of M'Lunr'g Pill, nnd pot four boxe"n. She is now of one of Its member*, Those intelligence find high G
very enjoyhijj Kid healtli. You make use ofthis, if char.tctct lAatfe him JOHNS SEMINARY OF LEARNING, \ ne of
the Indian Nation, and U devise means and this whist fT may au ornament of the Order tow .
and connects
appro together, it will do hu-h _p
he LAd aTttaehed .
amgood. VEML1
'that yon. himself wish us in friendship MADISON OOfKT IIOUSK, FLORIDA.nPIIE .
priatc emergency. ]iciing Iii (the morning \\ith something ho LiWIS COWfiILT* love and uiuth," and whose loss deeply affects Ii- TtUCATHOUCOX'vfll

OptHnp n, being called! on, stated to the h heard in the barbers phop, some weeks bc Forsale at all the Dru Stole* itt Talhdiat, turd the community at large ns well as ourselves; There X exerriaes r f this Institution. will be rMumed c r.stc.ofaIIbvIs .
the 5th of Julr, und the erintetidcnce of
rnertinp; that he had seen that covtMrail ; first, fore, nnd he is satisfied that his neighbor B.is at one Ajencv iu everv" Town j ia the S<-utli. I.'ire ISAAC on AULD. M. !>.. r mj with> 'uauuuddeataItotbSn.

rn th" west fide of Peas Crock, leading in a i either going to fail in business, or abscond July '.', 1653. 20 2t Irt. Dt it .WiW.. That OUT Lodge feels the de- Assistant*, if re niired. se Principal, competent >

nuilifast direction, and nficr he crossed Peas without giving his creditors due notice. Ilotr.eraw of which our fnid broth from r to be a serious and nflltctive The Ifctnrd .fTr tist..s take grrat plea ure in reconinieiiding pecUbh aJui
removes circle
(hcing then on the Indian IT IS A FACT EsTAliLISIIEn and wdt known our a high minded l, Dr. Auld able and experienced neduruaIiy
Creek, a journey to The most term thie piit of such n man'scharacter nsoful sad exemplary member ; that we deeply lament RR an u
that t the Arabian" attained a height in the knowledge Teacher, and hare in thC knwadu.th.ofYEMALE -
Nation.) he again saw the same coxv-tniil: bis low console oursclvt-s in no hjfsitnney assiiriog ptttOIii
or.or.c is, that he places such faith upon of medicine which caused the whole world to w under and'only the Lope of the ncWol that eilort'shall be made both by PL AINTS. OftheeePaorsvsUmjrfa.

very similar. leading in the same direction t the coroIlaiii'S he dia\\s from his false pcrnies : ; b and adrniie. With them the science of clieintetnr that he has gone to a better and happier sphere. Uie Teachers and Trustee every ?, to give sattsfictioD.RATES' of the womb; FLVOS. ALBUS. or White*:Cnmqe, IlH

Thauo'in1* course of his journey he saw this j 1 that he does not heMtalp to give wing to had h* birth, mid it 5 iii. Ilierefoie tint at nil rlriuisfe: th 2nd.!widow Dt and it Futther Rtsolred, That we tender toe KLAVATIO.X AX* UuXAATIOK Ct TI Woitt; IjFCUCVTAL k
of the deceased
trail floral times, and left it j finally at about i t the h base suspicions of his niiud and that a jil sn eminently successful in the heating heartfelt family in their our sincere, OF TUITIOX. H uoRRiiAOE. Flooding ;. PAWIOI, Scrnntri -
frequently r'1 sympathy great bereavement. Eiglit dollara
three lo five| 'nil from the head of art, lint persevering and daritignehar3etr..1rnrrU. j per Term, of five months ni Primary j > A.XD Iu2EGCLA; itx TECATiox, ACL. with all tfcdrafcompanyii
from & Car. I is the of abcut disaster I 3rd. lie it Fuither Rescind, That 04 a testimonial and twelve dollars
means biinging a by aetiwl and untiring experiment discover remedies for She higher braixhcs i f an EIIglish ;- jf evils. (Cancer except.doo) matter Iwirseveie'er
J h trlie) River, where the same flows) f from which never would have happened but for for ptirmssing in efficacy all others, for the cure cf of our ieelJHjrs. ve will wear the usual badge of EtJucatioa ; for the above including thu Lungunges. of how long standing.

Lake Okerhobep, 1'iom the sir.e of the trail ; him.* there uiseas incident to them from their mode of life. mourning for thirty daj's.4th. twenty dollars per SePsion. | MANY I'P.OMIIET PHYSICIANS in the city

nisfcis opinion, that! it mu.U have taken a thou- I' fireside has been rendered ftc prater part of f their time being spent in hazard Be it f'urtlttr Retnlvfd. That a copy of these The location is lira'iy!! at all acosons of the y nr. of New York and otLerpl c finding tbezrzielu.l
Many a happy resolutions be
1.a1 of rattle to Iia\c made it. j ou nn 1 hi.>ody warfare w jilt the di.K-reiit tril.ws. thf v sent to the widow of the deceased, and and Bourd can be obtui'ivd ia privnt families at i% I t witJtout! a rene Mi-) desolate: -many a prosperous young man wo'e jbVet to the' nvst violent nttius
Cant. Hapan's: statement being concluded, I l brought% to ruin-many \iiiuous! and' ami.iMegiil i \ pnril\si*. iionraliHe piin: i.nd vail >t.ti'n" iiflantrta- hi' the Finii For further parti"itii! !. ad.Jrr-si th<' PrinHpa! r.r the pitient-s. have recomm
considerable speaking enfiicd. Sr.me were < 1 i I l u-ndiiven to dcp.jirhy the fieiui.hiiitendoes (li-'ea1'. us also' th moM h"nibc! wenlrd.praits. A true extract from the Minute1' Attest : underHgned. CHARLPiJ RUSSELL, SecV -;; and. titer witnessing iu salntry effects, Ira

jn fa tor 'of rai.ng a j ariy; to go t in jnr*; iit, cn; m of the Susjiieitms Man.I : No man, h liiiii-i-H. I 'inr''r. fvi'linr<. ( tiKs of the jiiints, f.t(._ HUGH ARCHER, Jr., S.-cretnry. July 2, 1853. 25 vtf now miriifesting their approlntion not only by resort

tbe tia;], with a viev to reclaim the rath( Mipr however ri ht ami honest-no : eUAll t ihi-M.1 dieaf s they Wt'ie P<> ;irpri iiilvcirilji em- ing to it in their treatment of all the fliseaset'for'which
nj \vonai.j : it i* mIen ted. but in
<"irin. tint the tminili.i'ed 1 'nt.! <-4\tiib Wi>nd.rjiii'l .some instances
%rt-d tii he lost, forthwith.! It >\a !Iitm.bt! l>\ \ i.o\v-'vor iucprojchablo i : : -no maiden, IIMXVCV-T a'1iJ ntoij lli'r fhiil t.> th.' j-M>w r* if magie. Jl J) II. AMES Icy of it (1) fnc-iiare: its introduction accepting into more the fttf -
oilier.*, that any party nbo'jt Jo go into nHi) j j pur.' ', is; fnf. in the nei.hbi>ibnod of the) Su.I .... <;. KAUKKI.L'S j : AKAI'.IAN LINJMKXT isaertmx I -mw--- usa by the faculty.! genral

1)tIin'v5 would <: itl ii of balsams and oils fiotn rare plants peculiar Tallahassee, Fla. DR. LEWIS The influence of tLU compositum upon the' female

and that s-urh a cf jrst tunvd f >m New York.I'liildJclpliLi. ._ cunsfituti',a w of the nv>st friendly kind; the most

v.x'u'.d ran*" 1 Indian: hostilities lo crmmonce I e imposing; this great renu dy th.it; n. t oly their phvhieian I! DRUGS AND MEDICINES. i_I i.Ittnire, and Washington 'lelicat'* nnJ fetbe female; need have no fears iufu user
malignity: of the lo\tl, vit'.out his talent. *. but CVMI the w ild Ar.ibf the di" prt weie j -4.-- : with n fine sett of Instrument*, fo any lui'gt h of time. f'r it cojitains no mercury, nor
I immediately ; remembering that no military I it.tfVCl Lynch li\v: is justifiable in a com- enabled to perform pu<'h niip'C'il'isi* e\ros. Thf Aral. \I T< rfumery. DrestiffSurgical In tninienb<, 'IV I .-'h! nnd oth.>r materiif, with all the irnprovtr.ieutsin any article which can prove in any way injurious, be '

organization likely to occur un il i I mnnitv, it isexeicis-ed on the Suspicious Man.: *ttfd if trnrlJ miiictf'? far 1i.. Itfuvtlfnl tymtiirttii Window, JJlnss; l'aint.-, Spicci Sm.::; !!', D'liti-trv.) Tho e wLo desire hi* services would! dot izig made entirely uf vegetable ex'ract and prepared

next October, nt and r.ftc-r the inauguration <.1.fCJov. r\ Rotten to tin.coie of his heart lirmist I I. he ha ':.fj"vlM' bi* tia inpc: call immediately! a he intend visiting New so a. to ta>te like a pleasant cordiaL

Broom ; as well also, as that the i immediate i faith in \irtiicnnd honesty of ollier=.- i-icicdible f.tligue ho is capable .1 1 'iviuriii Why, i iii < ri-id (II.HWare, 1'itt.rthi.ljt inp' IVit rind Madison durin; the"month of July. The Motes OrEKA>Di of this remedy, in the cure
no of this
recunence of I Indian hostilities tvoisl.l IJi -a'.i-e fion: I the tune of hibirth hia limb* F'iti.' S.-ip Kit e Tooth, I'liro Wines and frnn! He I o.iats in a state of co-itiuual doubt of the I watched, and thf fir-t of the f y tein, with a peculiar determination
are carefully: upon ijijn-air.nc and: Il.'ir bru-lld, fr Me take the country unprepared; and that the pres iiKitiws and actions of other, and in confin'iue t of diM-Hfe: tie iiui ic lotion is appii'-d, and -ywli i I'ai-it r.ni.ert, Fam-y Articles purpose. the female organs.ADDITIONAL.

ent moment be inconvenient to nil and ruinous ] his life is. at the bi-fctbut a prolonged things e"iiJirnied .wounypoll c\il, li-tuia.ringlmne, i itrratches (J.irJcii Seeds, Fine Havana Segaw.He I $30 Reward. PROOF ofthis Catholicon T-einf
it motion of Simon Innifiii ttctc_ j'e t.nl.iioun; worthv of tlie confidence of the afflicted.
to p.l\in, SUC
man, was on C.ipL % M A
L. Spa kman, i mnis.rv.-\. O. Delia. The same re?nil will follow in all eis-c< where I I. (J.Farrell's has recently received a larg and fresh supplyof t? RAX:: A WAV from the Subscriber, inj I CESSFUL, SAFE, AND CItE 'P REMEDY; will
etcry varietyf article-" usually kept ilru County, Georgia on the 20tht ? be
Jenuiac Aiabian Linnnuit i* us-eil time. by ip-t" fund in the
( pamphlet.wiL
Resale, That the People of HilUborough !\ Doos it fellow that a man raised on ginger in I I'a.U-M! an 1 I I'hy>icKins, will'i I always tind] a"tthisV-ta1<- >f May. a negro fellow al>out five feet eight t i f touching the important observations
in euiin d nature and
Thei eft-re del.iy not ]ir ig a cx -<:[pply of it symptoms of the diseases -
County foitpone* going in piruiit of the jjtipprssd must be a ginger-bread ? Let some of our f f >r evtrv dollar pent ill it will r-ave you twenty, and i ia li-lrnent a full -upply of every thinj needed, and on 1S- irieliM high, and weighs about one hundred es, w hich the attention of Ladies and Practitionen

Jot fctocJc until October next. young lyccun s li>cu. s this. The warmth of great ile.il sutfoiing if not yor.r life. : the n.ort his ral Urm and seventy pound 1k is copp r cclis i rep >ctfullv invited. .
I (V-ler-1 from the Country filled ore,!, slow sp..kcn, thick lips and setHe
promptly anti sat heavy THE
Rcsolccd That Committee of 1 the will admit of debate. INGRCDIILNTS. as certified medical
a by high
Corro'ponilenre subject a spicy Look out fur Courfr'fiU.
I i=ictiosi: guaranteed with legiini both to prices and I will probably Lave a puss or pas.*?. authoritysee(
and another! < Vigilance, be appointed} I I oz.A letter from, Darien inform us that Thi public are cajitioned :.!;a>ii-t another counter qualitv.: 1'h iciaus jirc-ncnptioui carefully coin for he WrItes a plain nntnd hand making his letters i and are not associated pamphlet with,)any are ALL article'V EQ ETAII LE. *

by the Chairman of this meeting ; the Coministee ranging timber is selling] in that place!: at foit, which has la'ely made it* appcaraiuv.V.) \It. K; rreli's IMIIiildflLJulv! d atuxtetlv. I will give *:-5U reward fur hi-< delivery rme < the animal economy. unfriendly. to

of Correspondence to consist o! Ihe Arabi.m liniment$ the ino>t d.iigcro, < of all thecounterfeits' fi. 1 .)3. 27 at Brtiubridge, or Lit confinement in s-otoe safe RrFESENCKi.-Prof. Dunbnr. IL D
fniiii; 8S to 812 I per thousand feet, anti that ail. Ibiltimore lid.;
!,ceane his )iavm: <.; the n.iuieof I'jirrell, j JOHN M.COLE. J. C. Orm-k. >L
D. dtnnore
members, and lh Committee, of Vigilance aoiiMJeralile I M-L! ; P. li. Peckbam M.
the mills have huid. ,
a large quantity on 1 maiy; : will 1isit in i od f.iith. without the knowh-d e Just Received June 11. ISSS. 23 4t | l).. Utica. X. Y; D. Y. Foote, IL D
Svracuse. X.
< Thereupon} tli Chair: I One gentleman, we understand, measured | tliat a counti>rfeitt\i-ti!, and they will] jicrhajx} only 1)ER Steamer. Jame L. D.-iy, from Xw Or"ans. j iL H. Milk, M. D JWhpster. X. Y.; L. D. Fleming Y4 .
man appointed on the Cornniittee (Corre>j onJcnce. the IGth of the Oth discover their -nor wln-n the spurious mixt in e ho -L New Goods. i iRrreired 31. -
to in
,,0-0111 April May, over : arid ft-re, lor sale, by G. V. :>CO'lT- CO. DCanandaigua.. X. Y4 W. W. Reese iL D. Citr

] the following gentlemen three million feet of timber. There were I wrought itn eillIVcN.. Rot Whit.: Coin, per J. G Anderson, of New Y. rk ; 'V. Prescott. sL D. Concord, N. H. .
Messrs. J. T. Chairman C. I The genuine articl* i is mitniifac'urc-.l < n'.y by II. O. i ij Rib Side Rao-n Pamphlets! can be had
jMagbee, Q.Ciawford 1 some three other survcyois engnirtd in the '"PICKINGS, CottonvV. O-naburgs grajis at the drag Stores of
Mil inventor 1 m-l wlioT. ,l.i l.- .
Fantll, an roprU-tor. :
j j SlwnMwr: --- 1 h the following Agent.*.
S. L. Mome I JL
Sjiaikman. Jo-eph !
I tinie.-'i'ozsa.cri1h Midgv! > Cottonurn..
same: buMticasdutingihis ;nzi-t: i t. No. 17 Main stivci, V-.rit: llliiini to whom 4 fc Shea's JOHN'SOy
and simon Truman. The 11Io\viI'g! mined! I ( Stag Sugar Cured Hams, T\VI, and three bush l l Seamless Bags, EPPES. Monticello.
IVtZclI7aafl. all apjticiti"ii5! : for A et'C1t' nnl-l ad.lrc'-i-d.' Leaf Lard ill Barrels, SAMUEL PULESTON
ptTfons were then appointed by the Chairman 4 -nitjoi j.-t it with; the lftt tr IJ. < btf.ne I'.ureH's, i iihu K.Ss, Cttn and Bird ey Iritiper.IrLh : D. II. AMES. Tallahassee.,

a' a Committee Vigilance, \iz : I A Word In) Little: liny*.-Who is respcc- '.-H.
Messrs., B Hooker I) F. wnipjifr. Sold] by I.F.WIS .t t AMES i: and by re ularly V.' l58.Ta1u1IaIrofl:;. J. B.5lARriTsi k Co.
Hngann: S. L.Fpaikman i ted J It is the boy ulio conducts himself I 27 I'ri/ited Jaconet Cravat*. Proprietors Central Depot, S04
utli'4ize] throughout I lie United Statw.J .
: : ig"t- BriKidwav. Xcw-York.
Rigdon Brown, Lewis Lanier, B. 1 wf 11, who is hones, diligent and obedient in I : f" I I'ri'-e :: .*> and 50 cent, and 1 JUT is it tic. I \ Works. White and Blue G&uo: Mosq'iito Netting, July 2,1 553. CJ( ,

1 Durance, S. Pearce, Win. Hancock, Jas. all.thir.2S. It is the boy who is making an I AJUXTS; .\NTEI) in cvr-y town, vilb-e and1 t 12-4 Pink, and Blue Uybinet for Mo-qrtlto Notts. CmHardware&c.

Conk, J. L. Skipper, Wm. Wyalt, D. Plumblv.W. :. C'llort continually to repect his father, and tc'obiy I )h.iu.lit in the United State iu whi'-h i-ne is not al T'lPE' itis.ive Eftab'tii the>hniHit will be in full working t June- 18 1S53. G.it.JMEGINNISS.Lace .
: & during coining nionih. when orders !4
riadse..tah1lihci.. Addiet-s! II. O. Fanell
Weeks, John Pearce, J. Summerlin, W.Whltten bint in whatever he may dnect to 1 1dane. be :isulo\e. foija'il.: srt" of work in the IRON, MACHINEMAKH.N Received per J. G. Anderson
accompanied: with >od itfvunce as to character, rew- ,
E. T. Kendrick, H. V. Snell, W.Whittalier It is the boy who i is kind to other lit- pm-ibility, Ac.May gi ]: ;. REPAIRINO.: FITTING and I'UTTINO-UI( Goods, dec.Recrirrd O A KEGS jraii:>'

D. Sluauc, A. Carlton and Capt.Jcrnigan. L. tie boys, who respects age, and who never: 21, 13: 20 -ItIn h lino vHHi! <> r"inptly attended to. AIs ,. IRON and'I per ./. G. Anderson, V10 SetU Chain Pump fixtures, .4
I5RASS CASTING, of all 250 U H'inch
'gets into difficulties and quarrels with liii I --- ___ ___ ____ -I the common and usual DOTTED and plain Saiss Mutluis! Pump Chain.Judda .
kinds, iti! HK uji ill j-hort' order. IVeot Axle Pulleys.
Resolved, That any information thnt at any ; companion. It is tho boy Wilt leaves no efj MARRIED. j Comrieti-n-ZA*. Jiep! for S< tiding out to repair and set up .. Sleeve"Lawn Hdkfa.and Collars, Porcelain Mortice Locks, with Plaited Moin *

timj: should come to the knowledge-of! Committee I- j fort untried to improve himself in knowledge Jackson County, Florida, <-n the QSfh} April. 1 S. Eii: i'-', iiti'l such} like work always fin hand. Cambric and Swi.- 1 louncing. tings

of Vigilance, shall by them be communicated I._,; aid: \\isdoin( every day, uho is% busy nnd jc- bj tlie IU v. J. \\ ll Jenkins Mr. JOHN R \VH1T! : y Lilx-rj.1 prif pnid f>rod: Iron and 1raa. Cambric, Swiss and iJobbin E lg '. Mineral Knob Empire State Locks,
to the Chairman: of the Committee of f ( IIM r two \iil kIIi Ioj.! taken fur a stated time, .' Plate Locks, all sizes
live in do
i endeavoring to a good act towards HURST, r.rmily (Ta'.L.l aee, to Mite ELIZA C.R Insertion,
Correspondence, and that the said Committee U) barn l! e b'>:In ss.I'TJ" entine braid. Hand Saws, Rip Saws.and Turning Saw,
be otlwt S. Show me the boy who obeys his daughter of Capt. Jacob I L IWcr, f.izzi-tiy ofS All Wok C'ii or accepted orJminn some $ French> Hand Saw, and Jack Plane Handles,
Correspondence instructed to communicate I- parents, who is diligent, who has respect forage isitI b'jiiif.eoii in either) thi Tallaha- Embroidering Coti n. An asjorteeat of Bench and
all such infonvation uth Carolina.C i gi < rn place or Linen and Cotton Fl-tss, Ae, ,tr.O. Moulding Flings,
by their Chairman: : 1, who has alvttiv Th 'ie M-i-ms real such work i i.- Angers and Auger Hnndles,
a friendly diipo&ilion, I we. no cauwhy as I &. J MEGINNISS. .
n received, as well as all i oilier matter referred! s-lundd-tiot l Socket and Firmer Chisels and
they t" done here Handle
and \\ho himself ninre. >e except
applies diligently to get t The f.icn.ls. of the) II I TilOMS I ) up June lS. 1R53. 24 Ct
deem material, to the Executive Department.Rctolrtd knowledge] and t.ido towards others ;:T n. from want of prompt.pay. Mechanics, can M-t a .- .--_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Blind Hinges, Butt Hinges and Hook and Strap
That The Chairman of 1I1 Committee good DOUJLAS(; (late Jul.je of (he East.rn Cirn.it.) takr. value on thiir work, but how can they on ti'tie-ruii- Hinges,
sd if th.it j is PLASTER
: boy not resp-cted! and beloved I Cotton
of Correspondence do the liberty to announce him as a rsindidatc fur the office nin;; for thir pay t Henov the ab. >luo! iinx'rtan-e leading Hoe rope
each ofilie
notify by even body, then these is no such thing a ; ) t'odijJyiii utrictly with the rule. ,"ails nr r<7 r HE great remedy for Rheumatism, Gout, Pain in Wrought Nails, "* '
members of the Vigilance committee, of f truth in the world.] Remember tii! -, little of Aroeiate Jiktice of the Suprrn.e Coart.O U-f-re a ddivcry of work. When work of thit sort the Side, Hip, Hick.; Lints aud Joints, Scrl'fnl3Kins Horse Shoe do, &c, &?.

their appointment. boy? and vtill be others ir The fiicnd* of LnsLiK A.THOMr- '. nt abron !I. it IIA t" be paid f<>r Kf..re dcli\cry, Evil: White Swelling*, ILird Tcmnr Stiff -ALSO-
Resolved, That tke Editors of the various you by thfr light or wrong.All Joint, and all fixed pins whatever. Lcrc this A fresh snpplv of Groceries Burning Fluid, Wfcito
as and become usful SON, at priint C'lie of the /-.i>clate Ju.jticep \\\\f\ Pint. i
men.YOltK -r cwmut exist.
jou grow up npplied. Lead and
Newspapers in this State be i-nkra inu.-t be addres (post pnid) to pjiin j Lamp Linseed OiLs Puttr. &c. &f *
lih the requeued to j'ul- -..---- Supreme Curt.. nniiounci- )him: to 5h.- \ .i&rs nI I FI.: ..rida M. II. POND & CO. It luil l>t- -n bemtieial rt ca',-s of weakness, such M G. & J." MFGINNTSS.

proceeding* of thi meeting.WM. M\Y 31. 13.-'flie Dl. as ? candidate fr (1-Jef.Iti-txcit iif the Slate at the 1 New I'-rt. June, 1853. 27 (July 9)) Pain and Weakn- in tfw" stomach, Weak Lhnbs i, ; Jnnel.1R5._ 24 6t
B. HOOKER, Chairman Lameness. Affeetion of tb Lungs in their
I rectors i'f th< Aff>',ciation f tr t the Kx'r.liitiou; (..f ihc In-I.I approaching) flection in Oitoln-r mat
EDWARD T. KuNDiticK, Secretary.Ma. !I du-t r V I.f nil Natiiiiiii, trn<- ii"tir-<- that I the KxhiLilion; : Medical College of Georgia. s'ages.* It destroys r infl.ir.ation n by per r* plratlt'n.t .. : Dwelling-House for Sale.N .

KonrnT J. WAIJU.K Cms ill 1 <. .*-fle, ()fl the ISth day < It
FOK *- w under i a a
j inak ig{ this aunouiict'iiiriit, the lirf the THE' : --j g ;a ply at this office.
t4NILI tbat the Hon. Robert .Walker )lias been ] ; It i: i in tlii In"{,'':t'ill riirnmi nee on the The following mmeni.iti"ii! it from an Agent residing '
ajtkniitfd < luM-lres i'f the cpjuntutihy t 3Ji.ii=ter to China and that !Lc lis indicated State a.a Candidate for Chief Ju>ti-e T the SupremeCourt HRaT MONDAY IN NOVrTMULR NEXT. at Trenton, Tennes- :

iiig lii-ecptenoe: of the niii<'U. If thie* b t-o, we l.re ( iiC which I 'whk-h they La\they- jirtjiiuc-J Late mcul, will l, :th'-y.u l the belic Kxhibition, ,lull at the Judicial Election: iu October inU I FACULTY: Trenton, (;Jibson C t, Tennessee. Nov. 7, *4S. !L OEED PEAS, of all kinds at. -
au nesurnm-c that the Pivjideut S MESSRS. SroviL fc NEu-G-nteznen-TiIe Hebr O
thTouglilvnmj.re- i UK-et the just kxj>cctali<'i < 44l ilujiuhlie.. (Cz.-; The friends of CHAULKS H. DUFONT i Anafomy. O. M. NEWTON. M. D.Surery GEO. W. SCOTT A CO'S.
hendfi the inijfilaiice! of intimate I 'w Plaster i.* becoming popular in this sectifiu-
a m aud
; 're jx'litic.-il II June4.lR3I.
j jonna
It is that it khuulJ Le 22
ktd-wu that in .
pii'ptT nnkrto L A. DII'IAS. M. I D.
rcial his Tj., re is a lady in this: who she would not
rclatiiiisliip K'tweeii the ITnitrJ Staff o announce nonie u a Candidate tin* Of county says
sand the Chboe afford ample! eocij.e 1 f r the iii\cnti\e tinl! au.1fkill Chiiiiami ri) n iacy. ALEX. MEANS. Jl. D. IK witJu: t this Piaster for five hundred dollars APPLES and Peaches at
in the
Knipire. :
jirrseut imp.itant cr.f of our Ciiuiitrynu-ii in iiiaihirii-ry anJ ri 'utiiraliniileiuertn lice of Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, at thelcctiuL M.ttf ria M Jt-n.! and Medical I DE.IED
,; ii : Tlu-raputios Juriprujdn.'e. -
for time with GEO. W.
(J1 that n pir* ; mid \re Lave alw> a guarantee that She vas aCt,.! some an enargement ] SCOTT i CO'S
m ] nc have iiienaM-4 tile t-lzeof lh<* 1 1. in Octulxr in.xL l 1... l'.tiARVI.V I M. D. June
itwill appropriate to our I't *'..ilie! .idvuiita of the ?pren! which j :ve bet a great deal of pain.W.TS .-- 4,1853. 22
jii iiii bv ad'lintj nt-arlv 'in fi nrlli, to it area, te.ori a j O!>-trrti .nd di taces <>\\"omcu and Infants, J.
\Ve knuw (>1 nn m fu ni"re couipetout to till thin mw- OCr:: We arc authorized to announce 1 the! The swelling airl tam ha't 1tended up nearly to Lb
what %wii oiiiriiiiilty o>'iiteiij>hitv Pklfl nt tVrln time tlun Mr. Walker. He is to : aniI occa-udinally I. e con.. 4'arCety t.reath Quincy Male & Female Academy.
the fully up ii"W far the purp'M-g of exhibition: < two hundred thou- IJon. A. fi. S EM MES, a a candidate f T tuiltc-tiuii and Patliologicul Anatomv, II. V.MILLHR.M. .
spirit ( the *. -V. J Hfiald. \ lott Ste wa' cunfineil f.r a eondeu able time. 1z'tng whc h i NEXT SESSION will
faj: >l quilre or uemly li\e acres. I). : rpIIE open on Monday,
to the Bfe( of Am-cl-ite .In-stue tin- .
At an oyster supper, the other' night, In Sot iL-iiilbx tluMr j>!Lus U ii Ji-ji'ay nurfly enriocor < of Si.piLiieCuutt : Iii-Tiiutes. ami Practice of Medicine, 1.. D. FORD,, i'he attended by some -if our bet hysicians Int |! J- Jane &lA, and close on the 28th of October.Th.rd. .-
including be
attractive I washing obtained
there the Drtqtr have the tam-
Albany, were pu-scnt-one father, three ? orpiiiiz) K dtjiaitment M. D.l I may
rewjPla r ,
slaughters, one son, one mother brotl of.initieraVigy ztnd geology, in \\l.ioh wmie one Am hand
now keeps a si'ppiy of it on c n tnntly.
three the b'.tt sc.entifie taltut i1 the wmntrv lias been eli::1- Uzr'l'lie friends of SAM DHL Ii. .STIPIIENS ;> intormation rtspectfocf rates efttrition, regulations, &c..
cr, graud-daugbters, three bistere-in-law, p iloye'l ; and the fmindation' N thus lni e Catalogue, which may be procured bv application
tme uncle, one brother-in-law, three aunts, naUonal cullectiuii of the inimral re--ouie<- nni.oun'-e ham :.s a cari'li late I f r tl.e iJficeof D pri'per-they are oubrtantudly tree. f to y. II. STEWART,

four cousins,one wife, nephew, one grand-son, '( of the coun'ry.t Solicitor for the Middle Cncuit at the Election inOctober. CLINICAL LECTURES willl 1* delivered regu- Iespeetfulls "Tours JEsSE ite. WELLS. Qnincy.JliyCS. 1S3S. 21 2m "PrincipaL-

three nieces, one husband, and three sisters. t The pirccVn-g bad hoped ia open the Exhibition at larly at the City )hiiitiiLair.I ample opportunities(

And to there tin onrlier period but the nuvelty wid aitricary 4j the will I afr"iirr| th.! of l'ratical An Store & Stock of Goods for sale
yet strange bay, were only four style of oonttruction C;Z- Tho friends ofV.. .S. 8DILWOKTIIfF.r I | 'T -tu-ly i ->mr. Beware t f couritcrffits aril l l'ai' itnitnti'ns. ,
persons present and the Inph standard of at irhitctuil | Fc f<>r t he ent ir<" Ci niru<*.. .. .. .. .$100i : fttl TiTior lr. rediccd his stock of goods to a
| : beauty whieh it has been the obj<-ctfthe <*u of Jcff'-riM/n Countv. announce hint sis a rn>nlidate i MitiK-ul..tiui; Tikt (lobe tnl-en: once> ). 5 Dealers and ]1'urdmicr' srmenilly! are onuttoneJagnin T4 THE amount, he f fftrs barpiins to one Tvftr
Experience has at shown i Atufxiat t" alt.-iiii. liave yiroducvd and it has : t buying of b-t fair rfgiiir!: ngent.oti! ;r any
length thai any
the l been dlny, for th nfli'*.' -f Solicit; r i fi-r t the Mi-ld'e Circuitat i 1'c.r fiJrtLiT! pu.iticulars, app'y to wishes to purciiase. He will sell time STORE and
rcnl-danger to be encountered by the fcduial iinpra'tc-aU- tlie 1 >Irectijru't tuiUj-9taiidu> C.(: M. NE1VTON, I>ean..Julv t wi e th'-y will impoM.--Ir>pf>ii'witi! a worthier! nil:' (JOOD.5 ressonnble and make the
is their utniu-t vt. i--r.n.; eK\as ni.viy base couuteif. tts of this I'Ia.ter arc in on terms paymentsvery
: This
government not disruption or tliusoluliun -ay. 3? a good oppcrtunity for one
ti :tri'.iIict tJie <'l)M-JJ ; nt Jin *;:ihr day. | cxite'cee. '
but COX60LIUATION. Ileie is the point to be I In i regard to the jenral character .. I who wishe to go into the bushier, for the house isan
i ( of theExbi1, 'iii'':t.I REMEMBER !
t. Executor's Notice.
( \
rJ.: Iicii i-/l l excellent and stand
nut and j the anyothcr.
The the art : ) ( ro'jtuvlcd toaiiuounre one. as good us ,
guarded. I refcult be
tendency of the times is to pronjaee to m'i-t 'jinti.'viti i.hd ui.t n<
xtravagance to combinations, v>i thy of the eonfidiiPe maniftM I t.' tarli- il 1 by th i'- IlfCH; I ARCHER. Jr., a> a tuu.-luLtc I f. rClvik A LL pt-r ': Im-Sng t-ltir:: .Tid tlrn'.sn-! n'ili rt-t: Tbigenuin' i is sold rnly by n*. ant: our ailvfrtleilA and the p-HxTs are well assorted, and all of the most

by t-eelions for ?' of Leon
effecting their otvu jiartiiMdarjiurpofces, audio : eli<-itd H eordial fiin the Couit County at llic tine 1 C,T.iiti: .* 4.' u til, \\ }.< th< r cifilltor"i bgnfct01 :<, -' II it. Tlwj genuine rvi'l in future have the sign a- nnJ if Families require any articles be has for sa'e

lie t'seicise of unauUiotizcd j)0\vcr) by' Congiest !1't i t igi n c-'uutrit s. Ici-jc'li It will!, unipic-ti'iiiably p.v,riiiniiilsof < tin- ti-n. in ()etitisr TIt xt i p.-r "usiitiil t i hi--d I t to di-tiibutit i n fist suel j>bte engraved, lill dnrinj the coming twelve months, they will find it

-. It is the duty of the democratic jiatty tit".t i ttiyvti\t' :tft I ii.ltK'kliji; cijilecti'Jiifthc \v -- --_:. -. .__ :. _- :-- ::.: -..-:: l.t the uudi-iM!!, I, ..- IItOr I f tleli l will and! tettaniont i on time tq'] of each lox ; to counterfeit which will 1 l>et greatly to their interest to lay In a supply tbe* price

to keep an eye upon| this tendency, tnd at < the rt>i.ltf < f M-ICII'-O aiid th' j>r< hiiti"iis f in (. -i: U c are author i-ie'l and requested t iann..nio I t ..t sii.l; John S.Slwpurd. dwea-ed. williin t vo i iy t 1 pr 'focut .d as forcerv. be"isselHne nt. JAMES R GAMBLE.
dui-try thA Ji.i l len -a :nr. fiom Ui iUte ln-re >f, or tlu-y will be f'i ievn- ] KCOVIL & MEAD, [ April 9th. 1S23. 14
: t\ in thi
-r .
< ,
least lwck ytt ,
to < it, if it cannot bo at once and ;( aud will ti'rvj t<' itfies "o theocti\e emulati"fi country.i'f UMaje Mr, I HALEY I T. IS:LOCKER 1 I t. an a eandulatt- 1i.rr'il]; i.nd nil ]MTon9 indebted to said I!,tatu will 1 ( 111 CJir.rtri'S street, Ne'.v Orleans S..le General I -

permanently slopped. lithe House of Representatives itt evi-rv brau'-h of i'itcK-ctu.iI! d kvii 'wnitt. f"i tli.fi'K.c if Sheriff of Ix-on Cuunty at the election llialvC illiaifdluU: J pUMiifiit. (o Agi-nt? for the Southern St.ttes t; whom all i rdersr.iiil Book Store

should give way before this dipofition TlrftM>l .*< ltarg e ,the interior of the Luilding. its in JitjjIr si& it, liUUBUT H. GAMBLK. ExoCur. aj plications! for agencies must be mMrt-s.-ed. T1FAVINC pnrcLa.'ed the entire stock cf the late

li\j.-i July 0, 1 .,3. t>7 8tj THING OF BEAUTY.: IS A JOY FORF.VER. JTl linn of Wm. Wilson & Co., I to
so generally prevalent, to disregard < constitutional limitations for t Ix-en otiid,1 l ft twu 'lies.r' if tin- .Navy i.f lh' UiiiU :uo aiithniicr-d and reqtiof-tod to Wby will people endure pimples on the "humanfactdi supply all those who may favor me with their custom,

good or j.rcsen apparent -(t SUit.-i-, Ci iAum S. K. J>iij..nt and ti.*II. Davi ;- at.noin.-. : <. Mr..lOIlN) H.l RHODES) ) of 'I'tilhuhiai-i.ee mA j j Middle Circuit of Florida. \ine,"* or eruptions of any kind when it is a t with bks, stationary, ie, of every description on the
temporary prosperity) wo hoj>o the and tlio I s.tneti'n f the 1 IX CIRCUIT COURT. most reasonable terms. I will keep on hand a eoa-
candidate LEON
Senate will <> n County at the election fuel so well known, that Dr. Guysott'u Yellow Dock
fctand, and thus arrest time evil ; 'iiiitirictit of thrse
but if both should yield, we fehould look witli uiched theni'flvrs in the] i-poeia! heivi
confidence to President Pierce for the exercise Uwy have been t'liijiloyed. rfliirdf jT >of< f the ronh'dn ;==- James II. J'ranch, i f worn to $1U24 00. affected parts as healthy smooth nnd soft a* the flesh I soon a' I can procure a workman.

of the veto power. Tins it is 'e rrp' ed and the inton-t-t felt l ly the )In lithtautln'iity cti-::: are authorized and requested to Joseph Bi auclu J JrPHn of a lube. It is really priceless to all that w ish the A1inl !. lS 3. 13 JOHN McDOUGALL.

true, ought to be resorted to with caution power, and of the country, in the gtnal objectb of I the announce Mr. PARKER; LEVY ns a candidate fur D fendant! ami all others will take notice ojJL. ,f rosy beauty of childhood Notice.
Cl it '2 iC. : It all sores and n onon5 wounds tr dseliarge -
after Pr1 attachment cause1) j
only mature deliberation Tax Aswssor and Collector] the in.-titutii of ihf aljovc t-uit by
the on certain occasions ; but its excr-1 i TJie-e gentlemen lave organized their department* lectiuo in of Leon County at the e- and hiTfby nolitied to a1'1ier] aud ]>lrad to the all infected matter, mid eradicates every impunity .A LL: persons Living demands against limit Estate rfTX
October arc
heretofore has pro. next.O.7We deliira.tiou, according to the ruleuf! the court. fioui the system.It Yirgil \ Skriuc, deceased, late nf Leon Gountr,
veH of the utmost importance and value, and 4 J. M. Itatchi'Mcr-Secretary of the Superintendent; : are authorized and huGh ARCHER., Clerk.: does its work mildly, but efteetuu'ly. caving Fla, will present them to the nndersigned, admini.-

we have no fears that it will be impropeily or1 Siimu l Webber Arrangement of tipuce and Classification Mr. requested toanryunoe t!, 18i3. 27 Sin conscious beauty and bloom IMI; health, iu the place of trator ex-ofHcio properly authenticated within the

unwisely used by President Pierce. ; JESsE ATKINSON as a candidate for July ugiiues and aoul Mckeniug disease. lime prescribed by L w, or this notice will be pleaded

(J.V. C.) Standard. -Raleigh Prof.v. R.t' JrMinerolopy and Chemietrv; the Office of Tai Assessor and Collector Ix-ui Cot,l- Middle Circuit of Florida. in bar of their recovery, and all persons indebted to
1%' *"i"1"* "- Agricultural) implement; ; ty at the election iu October next CALLING ATTENTKfN TO DH. OUYSOTTS said Eetatt arc Veqw tpd to makn immediate p "rment. .

The news from China} gets more important .Wph E H.lnesMacbiuerv ; LEON CIRCUIT COURT. Improved ilxtract of Yellow Dock and Siin>aparilla.we HALEY T. BLOCKER.

ban ever. The probability ib that the weal Ed ward ViceenV-Tezlile Fairies ; OCT:: We arc authorized And requested[ toannounce Elizabeth Ri-e, Complainant, ,'hi Cmnceiy| Bill] feel confident that v;tnrj doing a service to Ui L'x-itficio Adrniajstrator..
I'latti-Sculpture. who \\m afflicted with Kriofuloua and other 155. 26 2m
Mr. LEON Alii) vs. | may disorder Jilts 2.
tLy and populous' of Nankin in C. iiiiii.j-. Csndi f"r Iirurce.
city the The
hands Official ;n a
Cutulo-ue and Rice Jr. Iof-ndcnt. j in taint, from
the Illustrated Weellv Salomon | originating hereditary or impcrity -
of the rebels, the fate of the Mantchou dy Record of the Lxhbition, ? to be pobli.bed in I U.'e date for the oflice of Tax A <>eitor and ClIect t4.r for T apH-aiiu to the ratibfaetiou of the Court, by affiduvit ( of the blood. We have known instances within:: tOMMlTTED t<> Leon County Jail, a

nasty is sealed ; though we must not entire building, by >JeBkr. G. P. I'utliam & Co, under I Lle Uic Comity of Ijeoii, at the elction in GvtnUr) m-xt I ] | mn.'e' und filed in this cause, that the above; the sphere of our .C'juaintonca where the most f rmi- i \_ man named rATlIc /who says he bo'

Jy lose, bight of the partial successes the imperial I urK>ivif.oni. >ftbeA8B.eiBtii, ; 0:::7" We arc anthori/ed and, named defendant, Solomon Rice Jr, resides out of the I dable dbtemper have !been cured by thq ue'of Guysott's ___longs to Gen. A. K. A'lioa of Quincy.
I lie dir&.ctors bate Mbly, Wt] requoU-d to the Extract Yellow I>vk and slot; MEM. Tlie saM "TlboMt"28
forces said have tlic wfiItnec! reposed SUite of Florida : It i* onltrtd, That a hearing on <>( barcitrwrilla negro man i rears f.igC
are to occasionally n, them by UK-IT Wlw iti .,, announce ALLEN IL FELKEL, had is of few advertised medicines that live feet and half inches
N ? M part met with. The tea and tilk trade seems to the country ; and they will continue to make every ef for Tax Assessor and Collector of Leon County at I the Monday, the tenth day of Oclobrruext : Procidtd, be stigmatized with quackery, for the "Yellow blnck. The own*r.will come fi-rward. prove'proprr-*

*> at an end ; the embarrassment to tnercantrwwactioiu fort to tatitfy their junt expeetatiwui. election iu October next. I That a of this ord'cjr.be published in some newsjmper Dock" and the"Sataaparihla" are well known to I be ty. pay charr and \\n\ him away, otherwise he wiil

t of all kinds is said to be felt t DIRECTORS. I printed copy ia Tallahassee for the pnce of three the moat efficient, (and at the same time Jnoxious) c- be dealt with according; to law. .
(K7 We are'aathorised and said in the whole Materia Medira. and hy fir the IL T. BLOCKER SAVf.
eetc&le. What do the American En- Mortimer Livingston, Philip Burrow requested to months, before the day appointed for hearing.AT gents ,'
gliab a Alfred PeH .JohuHtji Livingston announce Mr. JOHN M. HILL of Ceutreville CHAMBERS, July P. 1853.J..WAYLE3: best and purest preparation if them u Dr. GuyscttVYellow July 2.153. 28 tf
vessels of as a I .
intend do
war to
Dock and
Sarsaparlllau ---
BAKER Judge --- - -
at Shug1 .Avguet Belmont, Charl. W. Foster candidate for the of Tax Awwor ,
oflice !
(be HIK Colleetur SCOVIL A MEAD. Ice lao !
inquiry now Alexander Hamilton Jr. .
but u ; Theodore A trtr copy.
things Sedgwick of Leon at the in
County, October New
they will do bOW tJUl' {it ti is not expected I George L. Scuyltr, William W. Stone, next 1 1 *' 3Stte"t'HccH ABHIEK JR, Clerk.July' Ill Chartren, for street.the Southern Orleans, LOTS of the TOOL TUUCK (after( a pa.-Mje rf

anjtbiog beyond the Elbert J. Anderson, William WbetUu c---- ---- .- .- *, 1888. 27 *mUST Wholesale General Agent Stat ?5. t1 f 40 days.) jmit received, which will
protecting ,
individual orders must be addressed. Also
--- whom all gold I bvD.
interests of R. Dunlmin Ji/hn Dunham to be sold low by the qnan'itj atNewpi rt.
Henry NEW
their YORK HATS.
In the Northern respective nation., W. C. \V&ddell.. William Kent,, RECEIVED per Wnv R. Pcctis, froufXew. IL A ncs. Nash & C.'.. E. Barnard. Jr, Tallii D. LADD.

is tompiete dutrictofChiVa we see there Jacob A. WetU-rvelt, WatU Sherman. WARNOCKS, FASHIONABLE HATTERS Orleans hasst, A. IL .Wiluon, Newport Samuel Pule'ton, ; Newport. June IS, 1833. 24 ? "
slagnsuon business. I.o. I. 1M Bbls nper-fine Extra Family flour, Monticello. John P. Jordan -
bal, the Bnn.h consul has been Shang- James Samuel A.Nicholson Hamilton, F. W. Edmonds, ) 2 5, BEOADWAT, IRVING HOUbK, OI'1o4mMTEw.j ILT 20 HhA idcs and Shoulders, Rfigers.'Chattalioocbi Baltzell t t Dickson Mariunna.W. -Fresh------ Spring Goods. j

take on himself the compelled u> KCW TUUK. 2 Tcs. Sugar Cured Haras.SO S. Bell A Co, Baiobridgo, Ga, E: SeixHS, Thoraabville. -

patching vestela responsibility Of de- THEODORE SEDGWICK. Papurer A pleasing reputation, long enjoyed, r.tulcr i Bbls. Mt! s Turk, Ga. the bugs Sampson and Suwwjiwe, wistrwreoeivinc -
the usual l permit WM. WHrrrra Vica-Prwildtnt, Treasurer nod &in Dotiee Ins 25 t Whiskey, July 9, ?55. 27 4mow general aeaorurxot of ,Good suiUb! .
from the Chinese lengthy uuncee .sarj. Suffice to that trade, to OROCETJES "
Kay Sprine
Superintendent Customs L. C. STTABT, Assistant Secretary. gentleman 1 Hhd. Choke Sugar, -. for the : IXOFR;

This measure was necessary by June 25. 1858. 25 Im may rely upon the character of our productions 1 Box Beef Tongues, Por.Sale. DRY GOODS. HATS. YANRBX 9QTIOV8. Orgre >
reason of the Water, FANCY GOODS.
want of being ever maintained. Wo aim at "' Lemons GJaM
money to pay the duties and oort 14 CofiVe 3?__, \ TWO HORSE BUGCr. and denble and Stone Wire, tc, Ac, Ad wfll. of comte, rvrel
dues, and for which the UNPARALLELLED SUCCESS.t3f Travelling Hat and Cup of evny jdcsciipti''in, 15 Ens' of Rio Sett of HamwMi nil
Consul, on _ALSO_ m good erder : tos rre those who may b. innecd 9f any

o f security, was responsible.! IVA-/.r.receipt Tie demand for Dr. M'Lane'i Liver- Till*. Travelling Bags, Valises, IVuuls, Umbrelbi-, Toile b M! Vet Spanish SeArs.. whkS 'will bf >I IycTv l"w.Juncl8.1M3. .A p. .,h-jnv'intbsiTbne.b .

r wherever tber bare Ijeen intr"rlunefl. ha inTeased '. Brashes, Ar. j .JWRTt ROWLE.t .;- I ply t'' Im1T( &WHITRKEK. McArCJlT & OR1OD.ptiI .

j jL with *itoai=hiig: lapidity. .llnir jir-pakiity It tiujit- :Ly';', 183S. IS lui t July :, ISiS. CfJ \ :21 it 1&


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COTTON Dealer in Drugs, Medicines &c.
;; Nfgatire Electric Flvid ; or pROVESTEEN A CO, No 481, BROADWAY, NEW A MYERS ,
. 4 ; vJT: You, would call the attention of those about undersigned having made still further im- TT7OULD Inform their friend. and the public, that ANtTpUlMONIC'Oll.
.: 11. DR. SEATS' FEVER. ANTIDOTE. I purdiaMnK to their splendid stock of 6} to 71 octave now their receiving and have on .is determined pot to b excelled by ff they have on band good assortment of such All

" I wotulerfol remedy Imn liecn tborooglkly tett I Pianos, which they believe cannot be excelled by any Fall supply of: any .actory in Georgia, in mai cotton gins articles u are generally kept ia their line of buaineu., -
,"j, THIS of dARE, ta whi thy.wOd re- that cannot excelled in anti durability. I and will be receiving regularly fi iesb supplies. Their A SURE CURE FOR CONSUMPTION.
. 4 ,. i daring tlw U't three years b all cases of Fet other iu the city either in toite, fini.-h quality material ti tbe. : b ttr proo

.: 1''r, fronvTynJms and yellow to the simplest later ,or woikmanship. MEDALS have been award pWi term shall bu reasonable.
:i.: mitUnit.or Chill and Fever in various parts of the e.1 17 the AMERICAN INSTITUTE to thii iiwtrumeitt by. K D.John.on Hi'* factory .in the midst of once!tbe best cotton Tallahassee, April 9th, 1853. 14 'T'HE use of this astounding Liniment lUll been at-
. 1 ia all
intends his with success dUordns
growing in tIle world. He gins to tended unparalleled
r,<"jn Central America and Eumi>c. As incrcdiMe FIVE TAR IN Sl'CCKSMOX. JofJi. regwus
. on it with Bihitu ornnforili.! Having reeenUv purchdfed the entire stock or the Johlo show by their performance for themselves, and are Notice. of Man or Horse.
1 'j .v may aplCar.II Dt'IlOIS WARRINER. formerly. Gfntll'mt'n'* Open Dial Gol L'"erl TaW to perform in the best manner with good shall the Fur Jfan.lt speedily urea Rheumatism G.\jt.
Fever are couled to perform their accustouiet Inte firm of A month from thi date, I apply to
i i
: 1 najj Ladies Gold Hunting ,bv ,DavisCo,, SIX Scald Tetter, arid kingvoi,
done short Scrofula Burns
and attention. Gin at
fur gearing repairing
labor: on the followiitg day after the attack thus being DUBOIS A STODART, favorably known a .Judge of Probate for Washington County 1
r Cooper Co, notice and in the best Wens .-Hieing Sprain Cut*. Bru**., ..//j
possible manner. Swelling
would invite the John
4 4.J t completely cured by this Medicine within twenty TV years as Piano make ,they 0 Watches of all dcscrotiuB, 'I Order for Gins received and promptly for a final discharge as Executor of the estate of Ulcers ScaldKcad Sore Throat. Salrf st from It.er- 1
t4 : fwr hour It cm le awd.by all without regard fA< continuance of the favors of tlifir frieods and curto Silver Hunting I thankfully Ferguson late of said County deceased. I Ground
l.\'ef lie will Sore Mouth Piles, Itch
attended to. deliver them free charge at cury. Neuralgia .te
} a
: 1 age. during fever or.ntel"llH Of'r with the certainty of g.i elallt.fAction Silver Hunting Anchors. Lepine, and common JAMES M. LONG, the Ear with it
, the residence of the purchaser, at hi* farm, or boat Ear ache or deafncM. by filling UJ
ht to tb. sale) -of this medicine ii For the Southern Washington March 6, 1853. 9 Cm
4.l'l U The exclusive : n Watclkcs, and Marble Mantle Clocks.JEWELRY. County
lauding or rail road'depot when convenient. topping it with wool ev cotton ; Croup by tubbing
Detached Cases
FRAMESatnd ,
lot the counties of Wakulla Leon Gadsden Jackson DOUBLE IRON peculiarly .
. .:f climate. ; Below are a few certificate,out of a large number U.e breast with the linimcat and administering ,.-
I .. Jeffenmn, Madnoo nnd Hamilton. Florida, has been adapted to the Oil Stones.
i that could be exhibited if from Planters or 'With a little .ugar.-ic.i lied f
Sm Fine Gold Chatalain Chain Braceletu fine ueoesaary spoonful internally ill
23 ,
< June ,
traiwlvrmi to the undersigned 1 to whom all order 11. Cl.
..c,1 1853 received lot of the finest Oil Stones from cold Asthiaa
paid counties. - Pearl and Gold Rooin Pin, Ear Rings, Pil undoubted veracty. JUST a the same way for coughs, *. Poeutnoorit.Phthisic
;t .mutt be made from \ i i. Southern born and raised Hot Arkansas which aad Pleuria FurII
Notice. Gold The undersigned a man, Springs are superior to Bronchitis, Consumption !.
Cuff Button, antI *
(Put up in bottles at 25 cciil and $1 ; Or cix liot Finger Rings: aud ha not Northert the Turkish other in For sale small table
.1 Buckle, and I in our glorious Georgia a or any use. by sure cure of consumption? ne a IpoeafL.1
Vent and Guard Chains Seals,
Fob ,
: ties fur (5. A liberal discount made In Druggists amDealers. months after date, the AdminUtra
OIX J. H. WATSON. February 26, 8 3. the breast well
unltfigetJ. < in hit 18531 S. KNIGHT. anti
.. Gold! Thimbles, Gold Pen and Case, man employ. 4 or 6 tunes a day keep aowutetl
A. H. WILSON, k.: the estate of deceased. Kt\"I Pel
T'I t February 6, 1853. with it. Pain of kind cannot liu.
Wholesale and Retail Dru i i..t, will their tin nl Tooth l'lckl. Gold Pens. Gold and any
? late of Leon. County 1)et'nt accuunt Sptelf' 500 Ounces Sulphate Quinine-Fair's.Wt meat has time to prodace its effect This I-oiment:
t" New Port Florid i.nd viMK-heri to the Judge of Probate of Leon County. Double Eyed Sivel Spectacles, Silver have received the all Liniment
CERTIFICATES. just above lot of Qumine, has eonfpletely triumphed over aad
of Lewis & Ames Card Cases, Inlaid Porte M.llUel. Boquel
For Knle aluo at the Dnig Stores and to be
-.vj 1"1 dibhafo. Holders, Fan, Papier Neache Desks, Pot and :I hereby certify that I have had in operation, one 5 hich we offer to dealers and consumers at a PaD killers and Extractor extant; and U a prpara
: and of E. lUmanl Jr, Tallahassee. S. FOREHAND. Foli
';: 24 Album*, Flower V ases, Tea ( Par of Mr. Watson's saw gins two year, and believe then reduced price. Asa pure and reliable article, thisQuinine tioo used by the Doctor in their prad ft. A ingle
aj.i June 1SI83._ _' EDWARD BLACKLEDGK TtYI. is equal, if not superior, to in the wwld trial of its will of its
Adminittfatort.July lor and Passage ( atl Chimney, Fca the best gins used in OlUl den Co. Fla. any ; virtue satisfy any person lap
;tt Notice. ther Cluster, Lmp.*, Pocket Survevors' Nov. 20. 1852. DAVID L WHITE, M. D. Also, on hand a great variety of Foreign and Am- ority and value. .
: t 2. 1853. 26 6m Chains Field Cpll erican (Chemicals Drugs, Medicines, te. For tat loTlTt io.etantlcnrell Cork,Scratches, .(
II one Compass, ,
,. v obediance to a decretal order pa-ed and entered -- -- Hand Bell ao BTIKX Couxrr Go, Jan. 14, 1853. July 9, 1853. 27 D. IL AMES. Chafe, Cuts,Wound,Splint* Spavin Stifle,8 whincy

: f .1 nn the 9th Inv of March A. D. 1853 in the Circuit i. Buggies and Carriages.CONSTANTLY This i is to certify that I have in ue on my planta- Sprains, Film of the eye. Whirlbone ofanv joint*r. :c

.. Court of the Middle Circuit of Florida, sitting in anti / on hand a fine assortment of Buggies SILVER AND P.AT.n WARE. tion in Baker county two cotton gin, mode by CoL J. Wm. M. TUNNO, Distemper, Stiffness or Spasm, L. f jaw. Big Shoulder

; for the County tlf Gadsdcn, I liall offer fir sale a Court house in the town Knives and Silver Plated Tea Sets. Baskets, ,
= ;4 public outcry bcforc.the otjuincy low by P. LADD. Cups. style, in every particular pr the sting of any thing.
.* on SlondHV, the 25th d\vof July next lxtwcen >. All(order. for Buggies and Carriages executed or Castors, Unw. Fruit Stands, Waiter Butter Disfcei WRIGHT MURPHEY. NO. 5 SOUTHERN WHAKF, DIRECTIONS. Jfaii.-First rub well th
the Iioure of eleven and twelve o'clock M the and Candle Sticks Silver Plated Forks, Table Dessert -
.J notit4 Charleston. South Carolina. part affected with the liniment from 3 to 8 tisne.a <,
; &tllowiit dcKcribed tC'aI.rAit t belonging to the 1i ;"- Illur and Tea LXK COUNTY Jaa woolen it. In ulcer aaI '
. New Port May 14. 185. 19FKOPSKD Sp. 0. 15, 1853. June 11. 1853. 23 Cm day keeping a cover over
I late of the lute Robert K. Gibaou.deceased, viz: Loti Flue Shot Pouches and
GUI barns lint For Salivation rob th
use a ,
i cover. part
This is to that I han ovenseed for CoL Win. .
'I number' one hundred antI twenty five one hundred iuxtwenty Powder Flask?. Kiiglis.li Caps Gun Wads Cleaning certify Notice. affected. For and of the Raiment /
Mt @ Janes the and that I used cotton gin pile sore eye* court
fix and hundred and seven, situs i ritJDL. fine Table Cutler.witU or witbo Forks, Carvers past year a
one twenty
' 2 ntl is applied without the coverand in saak bites
manufactured CoL J. H. Watson of month after date. 1 shall account
by Palmyra, present
"t led and lying in the town of Quincy.togetlierwith UK mn: TiE -- fine pocket Cutfcry of all desptiols fine SIX my
.ME which performed to my entire satisfaction making ( vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate for internally.
I improvement tlierron. The purchase money to be secured TION OK RAID STATE, Scissors and Shears Walking CKnl, Acriani., good and fine sample without Madison County, as Administrator of the ettat of For the Hortf.-Rub well 2 cr 6 times a day the
speed any knapping :
.t. by bond with approved personal security and Adopted by the sixth Geiier&I Alem'IJ.No. Flutes, Violens. Violen. 1"5 I, ubin'Violen t pavable on the first day Januarv. 4U.. 1854. 1. String. Razors, Ia. Strp C from sakl Administration. For Distemper, rub the forehead IUd inject
[ ]
f F.LF.GInSON. and Yankee -
: le. into the
; ,1 .UJfI r'z. d'f. AN ACT to niter and amend the Fourteenth an lC Yy5.L\uder. October 30, 1 852. 43 Dun CotTrrr Ga, Jan 18, 1853. WILLIAM T.ALBRITTON Adm'r.Madison Manufactured nostriL by I.T.Htndrson forR.MIXON.Price .

: Clauses Third Article and This certify that I have in use one of J. II County February 17, 1853. 7 6m
Quiney. June 18, 185t. 14 4t ofjtlic may 50 cents. Fannerviltr, La. .
t __ Tlnrteeth and Sixteenth Clauses of the Fifth Article Pants, Dry and in Oil. Watson's saw gins, with which I am well pleased, and --- DILL 4 MARSHALL Fort Gaine Ge*, Depot :

.. t.: Middle Circuit of Florida. of the Constitution of this State. Whit Zin Paint in 25 tt kegs, take' pleasure in recommending them to planters ir Notice. for the States of Georgia Alabama. and Florida. 1

t 0 10 Jacob L.Cr.iner ) To FaflTerm 853. By Attach SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Sen at* and Ifotut SNOW Lad, pure extra No. 1, South-Western Ceo, as being equal to any made in ALL persons: creditors, and legatees entitled to dis BARNARD.Tallahassee; JOHN JORDAN.Qnin
t vv. [ ineut. Aniintitswnrnto, $23( Jirprexentativet of the Slate of Florida in Gtneril Green Paut of various kinds, Dry and in Oil the State. !I. C. BALL or otherwise interested in the estate or HINDS of DICKINSON, BaiubriJge; ABELL *

I* T. NiekersiHi, J 88. Damngcs J462 00. Aii. f : and all other interested the third Article of the Constitution of this State be do. do. do to do. BAKER Corrrr Ga, Jaa 21, 1853. deceased, are hereby notified to exhibit their claim .
'I IIE; defendant
t II' JL persons altered and amended as to read as follows: There Y low do. dC do. do do This is to certify that I have oversecd for B. O and demands within two years from this date to the .
notirtcd of the of tin
.4pL; ar* hereby 5 shall b of State by the qualifiedvoters do. do. Keaton the last three past and used one of J. undersigned or the ame will be barred ; and all persons Union Parish Oct.20.1850.
} and Secretary ellt do do do years
; shove uit, roquind to nt the next tern:
'I! : appear of this State on the firs" Monday in October, iu Umber and Terra de Seinna do daCarmioe H. Watson's 60 saw gins, made at Palmyra wbid indebted to said deceased Ire requested to make DKI SIB,- I am greatly opposed to giving testimonials
fI' lolltIJlt'.lhe Ith day of October A. D. 1853,)
j (.,im f the Cinniit C..urt for I/eon in the State .of the year 1856 who hall continue in office during the Lake Vermilion,Varnishes,Oil,Brushes, has performed to my entire satisfaction, and is durable immediate payment to my authorized Agent and Attomey hi cure said to be performed by patent medicines -
t ctmnty term; of four ; and he shall keep a fair registerof Diamonds, and other Painting material lasting welL lIEN! Y BATEMAN. William Budd at Montieello who is fully au ; but in the ease of Mr. Boseman who used
Florida aud to the declaration filed 1 therein. yearn ,
40 plead tho official acts aud proceedings of the GOT.mr. A few barrels of Fire Proof, for sale low to tborized by me to settle tilt said estate. your Nerve and Boo Liniment on a long standing ulcerous -
\ .ALh.f.nN. very
1 l' for Plaintin" and slmll, when required lay t same, and all paper close a consignment. D. H. AMES. I LEE COUNTY, Jan. 18, 1853.. JANE STANDLEY, Adm'x. sore leg I am compelled in common hOnesty,
.t AttjV minutes aud vouchers thereto,"before 7, 1853. 27 tf I Jefferson County, April 9,1853. 14 3m* to make attestation to the merit of such an invaluable
Jmie 11. 1853. !3 3m I relall This i is lo certify that I have overseed for CoL JosBoud medicine. I
the anxious do this
am more to a*
1 J" ____ __- the General Assembly and shall perform such other the two and have used on his farms
---- duties may be required of him by law: 'J'rotidtd, Better Late than Never. four post years MONROE HOUSE person was a patient of my own. and previously to
Savannah Medical eetion of each manufactured
i I {: College. 8 gins sixty SAWS by using your justly named "heal all"CI'b his lej.h had *
the of oflice of the of State to beelected
That term Secretary : AM happy to inform customers the public CoL J. H. Watson of Palmyra, which have performedto T TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.
t t ': SESSIONS 1853-0li4. : under this amended Constitution, shall not I my a used all remedies usually adopted in such case. Jo
generally, that I am now SPRING my entire satisfaction ; they make a fine sample,
t -.J COURSE OF LECTURES IN THIS IN"- commence until the. term of office of the officer DOW receiving my P. MOORE respectfully inform the a abort time after using your liniment b* was perfectly -
These Goods selected fast and durable and last well
STOCK OF GOODS. have been gin
TJlF. ;- very ar* .ELI that he baa for term of and cured. His i now s sound
1 will commence on the First Monday of elected shall ; leased a permanently leg !

J 1 -U Mi November and continue four months. SEC. 2. Be upirA That the twenty- with. great this care fact by the a experienced I intend ItonA oflerin Tn them cofi- JAMES CHEEK. the building on Monroe Street opposite as ever it WaI. Yr*. &r.E... WES2x.s.

M. D Prof. of Institutes and IVacticc fort nectonnth price ; the Phcenix block,and will thoroughly refit it for THE I II
IL D. third Clause of the third. the Constitution of
h I be
I 'rice ,particularly for ca will trust, MACOX,'G.Jan. 24, 1853.
a inuc
1 t of Medici DC. this State be so altered ad as to read an ment f, to call. stock, when a I'ublic House to be opened on the 1st December Farmerville, Union Parish La, March II, 1151.
amede r purchasers received This that I have in I
to plan
: certify
J. G. HOWARD. M. D. Prof. Anntllmt". IA use upon my i.cxt. All the furniture, of description, in this
t viz: A State of every To the Editor of the New Orleans Delta
Trt'alurr will consist all Good viz :
ful.WI Comptroller Staple d Fancy : Lit ions in Lee and Baker Counties six cotton of establishment will be and it will be furnish
W. G. BULLOCH, ). D, Prof. Priuciplcs and Practice Accounts shall l be elected by gins nnr, Gentlemen-We valuable
'J' qualified C Plain and each made CoL J. H. Watson of Palmyra wish through your j*u.
Striped Ouiaburgs.Marlborough sixty
saws by and The table shall be
i- .' tlf comfortably elegantly. a.
Sunjrrv. in in
lectors of this State on the first ) sal to the .f
Monday public voluntarily our *eoM
iI Otobr stripes and Fluids, Go., with which I am well pleased and cnneid well is in this section and it i ill express
i I 1 1. P. M. KOLTJOCKM D, Pr .t Obstretics and Disease the year 1856 and every two years creafcr. supplied as possible the value of one of the greatest discoveries of the jt. "
: Women and Children. SEC. 3 lie it further enacted, That Manchester and Gla cow Stripes, er them equal to any gins made in Georgia iu every his intention in all resrxU, to provide a convenient viz DR.I.T.HENDERSON'S and Sct
M. I), Prof. Medical Jcwet City and Easton do. respect 1 take pleasure in recommending them toplanters and comfortable house of entertainment : -
: W. ,
;- C. WEST. Cbemistrv. Clause of the fifth Article of the Constitution' of his Li.illlmtltal all, and Pulmotoie OiLAlthungb .
RTI M. D Pn f. 34,7.8,4-.6-4, 12-4 Shirting and Sheeting. In South-Western Georgia and Florida. Tallahassee Nov. 13, 1852.15 If '
} H. M A .V. > I'hysio1og. Slate be altered aud amended a% to read as follows we are not advocate of the boat of patent -
: 11. L. BVUD, M, D, IW.Materia Medica and Therapeutics. viz:8 Clerk of the Supreme Court and the Pillow Case and 12-4 Linen Sheetings Col. Watson is a Southern man. born aud raised in medicines which now flood the etuntrvw.

} V Clerks of.Tl Curs of Chancery)", ball b elected by Plain Striped and Checked Linens, our midst: and has no Northern interest.JOSEPH. AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO. think quack it but an act of sheer justice to the invtuUv and

J : J. B. READ )f.*D, Prof. Pathological Anatomy and ,ih* qualified of lln" State.-on' first Monday Irish Linens and'.nen Lawns, LOND.Ln undersigned, Agent of the above Company ofuxetotbe public, cheerfully anti voluntarily,

f .t Demonstrator of Anatomy.FEKS. in October in .the year 1856, and every fourveitr' Brown and l abcd THE receive applications for and make imurnnc. from our own pel'OlJKllmo"ll'ledge of the above m .iciue. -

.-P'or the full course! f05; Matriculation thereafter, and .the Clerks of the Circuit Courts Navy do. COI-XTT Ga, Jan. 21, 1853. against loss by Fire on Brick and Frame Buildings [and which have been attested by numerous veritabU -

J ;'iJ; T tkt t, 1 5; Demonstrator of Anatomy f I 0; Gi'aduntion hall be elected by the qualified eletrl. in audimariner An assortment of Prints and Ginghams, This is to certify that I overseed for CoL Joseph .Furniture Merchandize, :. witnesses,] to say that ned int,rnallv, it is one

i, 3 1.. '30. liequiniten for Graduation the name as a is DOW or may! hereafter b prescribed by. Pnnte Muslins and Lawns, Bond last year at his Mud Creek plantation in Baker January 29, 1853. 4 B. C. LEWIS. of th9 best medicines IVr diseases of the lungs and

ih in other Medical Colleges. C. W. WEST M. D. .10 do. County, and used one of J. H. Watson's saw gins and from long observation, know it is the best remedy extant -

May11. 8S3.. 19 tiN f'nnofthe Faculty. law.SEC.. 4. Jle it further enacted, That the sixteenth' Muslin and Emb'd Swiss Robes, have no hesitation in saying that it is the best gin !I Notice. used externally for man or bent hi th. core of

] Clause of the fifth Article of the Constitution, of this Rich Baregex, Striped and Plain ever used, it makes a fine sample of cotton-averag- which it is advertised. .
J !, 1rji1 n. A, t' Ja ir rl Solid Barrges Mull colors, and White do. c IX months after date I shall present my final accounts those diseases
State be, and the same is hereby 8 altered and a- eId ing four bales per day with ease and is durable. I oJ:: and vouchers to the Ifooorable Judge of Dr.M. D, Mayes testimonial will further convince
BALTIMORE ) to read viz There shall be Silk ue Organdies, have used several of his gins before, and always bad of
(LATE OF mt'ude a a* folowi. : an Muslin anti Flouncings, Probate for Jefferson County as Administrator (iu behalf any one of its superiority j in thE cure Consumption

4 .L Respectfully inform the Ladies of Talla- Attorney General for Stale who 8b.t reside at and CnlLc from | to 4 them to perform to. my entire satisfaction. of my wife, H!rid L. Giranl :.) of Henry G. T.M. HAND, Sheriff C.T. BARTON. Clerk .
. W'OULD the seat of Government; it be duty attend J.oe 111'ed in wi.le THOMAS J. CARTER. S.C. DA'.IS. A.wwn-,
the is discharge R ELLIS. Recorder,
:; anti ito viciuity that now prepared t Emb'd, and Scolloped Linen Cambric Hkfs, Wirt, late of said county, deceased, and ask for a .
all sessions of the General i'la. .
and '
J with and Jhllinety Assembly, upon .BRYAN, W. CULYEllI1Ot'SE.is.a.J.W.IICThNANCE
to execute despatch csf-maLing, (10. and Lace Undcreleeves from said Adminltration.
S : r the of draft and LEE COUNTT Ga, Dec 28, 1852. ,
passage any act, to submit to the O. GIRARDEAU. IL P.HUTHXAXCE. AM.
f, in all its LrR.11'hl'lI. Taffeta, Satin and Bounet Ribbons, WiLLIAM
t ::; t2T" "idente. fourth door south of the Capitol GenerA Assembly, at the same ao all necessary Large assortment f .' Lade Inrte Uni- This ill to certify that 1 have overseed for Thomas Jefferson county. April 23, 1853. 166m StEngineer.IL i-
proceedings under which .W. 1)"rl4l! H. M-'iurhon the and used two D. PAYNE.
!, April 3flt5., 17 Sni fus a lw. 'ht with assortment of hardware -I present year gin on R.BRYAN.
approved, shah he publichcd nd he ,h"l IJ"Ua, general Iron, .t t Trunks, Carpet Bags, &c. such other duties &may be prescribed by Crockery performed equal 10 any gin I have ever seen or used,
pror 9 1853. 14 the Honora: .
will to
April weeks after date I
; niwrtment of Travelling Tninlc Carpet shall. be elected by the qualified el.'o; -- they gin fast and make good lint. SIX of Hamilton apply for DR. I. T. HENDERSON,
"' AOOOD iiis Slate! on the firt>t Monday of October in PRYOR ROBY. Judge of Probate County i the most successful scientific practitioner *f
and Valices. Also a few deairablti New Spring and Summer Goods.
I very letters of Administration on the estate of James S. NOW
1856. and every four thereafter' but may western for the cure ofanij kind or
Trunks for Ladies do Bonnet Trunk yea years country
Travelling use, *
i.- .i* .u bund aud will be sold low bv b removed by the Governor, o the address of two- JUST RECEIVED FROM NEW YORK .**! AI.BAST. Jan.23, 1853. Bell late of said county,deceased. character of Chronic diseases to wit: Cancer. Stnt-

J ''.. T. MITCIIELL.l of the two houses of the General Assembly .tment of Staple Fancy and Gu of This is to certify that I have in use on my plantation June 11, 1853. 23 6t MATILDA BELL. ula. Fungus Serrwus Ulceration. Pulvpti" and Cnta-

t and receive for his services to \x latest style consisting of "in tliis manufactured of torether -
ApriliG 1 5t. 15 .1lal compensation County a sixty saw gin by taneoai eruptions of 'any portion the body
,,4 -- .- fixed by law: I'rovid'd, That the term of office of Planter* Drills, Scotch) Ofrm Col. J. H Watson of 1'almvra, which I consider equalto In Gadsden Circuit Court. with all manner of Chronic Disease or General Debility -

t A J.CABAWAT !)trii. MARTIN T. IXBV. .he .Attorney General to Ixi.elected under this amen Supr Browu Lnen Madder l.w", any gia made in Georgfo, in every particular, and Aliraham K. Allison, Spring Term 1853. At and Constitutional Derangement; also anjOculiVt. -

SMITH & DOBY f].] Gou.tituti l shall not commence until the tcniiof Shrunk Tchd Jaconcis, not excelled by any. I have no hesitation in recommending v*. tachment. Debt $18: ,OO l Auri.it. as well as a practitioner on secret disease

office of the officer \elected shall expire. .Fancy do do. Swiss Orgatiilies. them to planters in SouthWestern Georgia. John D. Cowart. tT8 Damages f 400U.OO. of men. and tbose peculiar to.woman; Also the only

1 I ii"irQnM V ATMOXTICELLO ILJ R.:: 5.Be it f inthrr ,nadtJ That lad elections do Striped Drills, Mounting Lawns, They are manufactured iu our midst and by a Soutliern defendant an. others interested in the a- successful cnrer of Consumptmn and all the 'mm.rI

4 FLORIDA flull b conducted and tl1 rtums thereof made in (10 Checked do Colored lar.-ell. man a native of our own glorious Georgia.D. TilE stated cone are hereby notified of the commencement Pulmonary I Diseases. Can be consulted by letter *r

l J lie manner now prescribed, or w'hicli may hereafterj White Linen do Satin :, A. VASON. of this suit, returnable to the Circuit as aforesaid in person at Furt Gaines, ( I.

i .f .1XT1IL practice in the Middle Circuit of 'Florida prescribed by lw. fur the election of member to I Fancy Satin Jews, Crape tie Puri. of said county, and to appear and plend to the TESTDIO2ilALS.LOIISTILLE .

;r.!. V" and in the Comities of Thomas and Lowndcs in 'Silk Tissue, I. PREMIUM COTTON GINS./ same. A. ALLISON. Ky.August 'I', 1849.

--8 Georgia. 18 Governor to issue conmiiseions, under the seal of Victor Byaden U.L'I. E T. TAYLOR CO.. Proprietors of the Columbus -I Attorney for Plaintiff. Dr. Henderson I must say contrary to all expecta-

', May7,1853. Slate to the i lll sons receiving the Irighest num Swis Muth. Super co S I Cotton Gin Manufactory,have the satisfaction June 4, 1853. 22 3m ion, have completely cured my it r .f the Caner :
; do. Cambric you
TI Dotted
jcr of votes for the said several offices. Swii-s 'lo announce to their patrons and I the Plan- and Mr .C-. uf the Polypu ;
of her breast *
.i. SUPPLIES. store and for sde low, SIXTH ( AsbCMBLY. Passed ibe House of B< ik Muslin, Paper do Plastering White-
FAMILY tKVKaAL tern generally, throughout the growing region. Bricklaying, or the the other directions iu the various trratneut -
I : b. fr sh! arrival from New Orleans. 20 the Constitutional Jnn- Tar hou, Madras
Heprcseutatives by Cr\1t that they ale prepared supply all number washing &c., &c of Chronic Diseases has proved better than anything
., '! rnVks Bacon, Lard l in bblx. and Keg, Flour )Kxtra: wry 3. 185S. Pa-sed the Senate by mlljI'Y.! Chim'zett'A. Gingluuii of their celebrated PREMIUM Gis*. I with in 25 investia-
1 J and superfine with -very other arti<'le of Family supplies tional majority January 6, 1 853.OFncr. Silk Illu"i.ii, .Fancy do Where these Gin have been once used, it would I. npHE undersigned offers his services for the above I have ever met my year

4 I on the most reasonable terms by Silk Handkerchiefa, Plain Bobmet, Jacknne Edging, be deemed unnecessary for the Manufacturers gay JL and is ready to do work with promptitude and on tion antI practice. T.A.HOBBS, M.D.

:.' 8. S. KNIGHT. OF SCCBCTAKT of STATE, ) Thread do. 'I'hrea Lace, Inset Swi.ClA a \ord in their lavor as Ihey feel confident the ma. reasonable terms. Your. Respectfully.
: May 7, 1853. 18 do, UndmWve, Cuffs March 19. 1853. 11 tf A. H. LINDSAY, FAKUXBVIU.X LA.November 18, 1851.
Capitol, Tallahassee, 28, 853. fI. Jaonet S"II'ils. Rib chine* have been brought to such perfection,that
: I J/nrt Cra Ladies Dr. Henderson the medicine prepared my
bos. [>e do HOe M their superior performance will recommend them,
S. ALACHUA MILITARY INSTITUTE CHARLES W. DOW.MNO Secretary of State for dren's half Iae Silk and UDleM.Oi., in preference to all other Ginn now in use. For the Notice. mother in Ipw, 1In.Hlodriek.fbi Cancer in the breast

the State of Florida, do hereby certify the forgoing tc, for sale M.\NLY. satisfaction l t.jiose who bare not Itvd the Gins, creditor, I legatee, entitled to distri has succeeded and I feel no hesitancy in saving to the
..i'' .., I to: be a true and correct copy of the original o file _April I 6. 1853. 15 and are uiiacqM tinted wit h I heir reputation,the Proprietors ALL or otherwise interested in the Estate of world as I.have said to you, that in manj year experience -
t; Exercises of this Institution exnumeneed on in I Iris office.In need only say, that the FIRST Premium John B. Page, late of Jefierson County, Florida, deceased in the western country and acquainted with the
THE Testimony Whereof I have hereunto affix PROTECTION INSURANCE for the claim and Scientific Practitioners are the very best oa g
22d Ft"bruuaDd will continue until theannual COMPANYHARTFORD have been awarded to them BEST GIN ex- are hereby notified to exhibit their you
,11. vacation ia The Board of Trustees ed my signature and the Great Seal of the CONNECTICUT, hibited the great State Fair held at Atlanta,Georgia demands within two years [from this to the undersigned Chronic Diseases I ever met with or read after.Yours .
J August. 7 State of Florida. Done, at the Capitol the B.B.WEST.M.D.
i also, at the Alabama and Georgia,Agricultural the will be barred and all I Respectfully.
; ;
S t have, at OWM JcrubU erected a fine building Stock or persons
,I" capable of accommodating expense two hundred student). 2 City of T.Uaalff', on Monday, the day Capital S3O and Mechanic's,held at Columbus; and at the indebted to the siad deceased arc requested to make Nsw ORLEANS LA, August 7, 1857.
:; tlj of !Iu.b. 1853 and seventy-seventh undersigned, Agent of tle' } annual Fair of the South Carolina Institute direction the
J' have engaged as Principal Mr.JESSE T. THE! j'e Company. at immediate payment toSARAH Dear Sir: Your medicine M
They uf the of the United Statesof
.s. BER: ILD. A. M, wbo has i fur a number of years year IJepnden prepared t take risks against Fire on build Chailcaton. The Cotton ginned on these Gins received THOMAS, JEreorfrtr, eases of Ulcers Ac, Ac,have all Severally been ne-

1 been favorably known as an instructor of youth. Mr. America C. W. DOWNING. ings and their content,on the most favorable term the first Premiums at the exhibition held in WILLIAM C.THOMAS, Executor C&.rullylried by me,and I find them entirely ..-

4 B. will be asBUtcd by a Military Graduate and other StaJe. F. IL .FLAGG Agent Charleston,South Carolina ana DI every Fair where in rig}' of kit t'ft. factory, and believe your system better than say

I competent teachers. Stctai of Tallahassee, October 25,1851. 42 lamplesof Cotton from them have been exhibited.The Jefferson County, May 14, 1S53. 19 12w with which I have ever come .

V : The advantages of Military Schools are peculiar. April 2, 1853. .13 Proprietor have in their possession numer- Yours, Respectfully. T.C.feY ARLIN.l.D. ;

: Beside the extensive course in MntheiUHticf. ,,'bid..1 OARMICHEAL- -OSOOOiyS Notice. olla certificates from Planter., Cotton Brokers, Com. Insolvent Estate Notice. amount of teaJmonial can be seen by calling
.. c IX months after date, the Administrator mission Merchants, and Manufacturers of Cotton Any
calculated to expand the Mind br training it to S undfr2ige.& STATE OF FLORIDA. ) the undersigned be flatter himself in possession
1z.' habits of thinking the Manual of Arms furnishes l DREDGING MACHINE. on the estate of Saundt'f deceased Goods testifying that the performance of the Gins, to-wit on arising from ten does
: J of decided knowledge year
Jefferson ,
..,4,- wholesome exercise at stated periods, and their discipline undersigned have been appointed the Agent late of Leon Cunty. will present his final account and the sample produced by them,cannot be excelled County a observation and experience in the West and
THE Sheriff and ex-officio adminis- practice
habits of order and the owners of this invention, and voucher Judge of Pro by any Gin ever manufactured. T. LINGO, bat
: cause* punctuality prompt recommend DANIEL ot New Orleans. Hi vstcro. give .
a late for Leon and ask to All orders for Gin,given either of the estate ef John N. Partridge, bite of the Hospital
i .; obedience and the establishment of the student in a it to Contractors, Cmpie o individualswho b discharged. our travelling little and seldom ever uses then(f', and wbscompelled *) '
EPI1RAIM Adm'r. or local Agent, or forwarc'ed to t the Proprietor said County. deceased has this day filed m the Probate a pain
about doing work by
? It firm graceful and manly carriage. are description, SAUNDER. only to a limited extent, remedies outauk
that he
i LA Students antcring before 1st of July will be. viz: January 1,1853. l2 mail,will always receive prompt attention. Gins office of said county a written suggestion

charged only from date of entrance. As the number of Extensive Drainage of Swamp*, Marshes and Sugar ; will be Kent to any part of the country, and war believes the Estate of said John Partridge deceased instead of irritating. .
Teacher will be. limited by the wants and mean of PluuUtion Drugs, Chemical, Ate ranted to give satisfaction. to be insolvent; "
JOS. L 4JUTTON Agent, Tallahassee. Thereupon notice ia given to all pearons baring Gov. JOSEPH W ALEU, Ex-Gor.. ISAAC Joane,
Levees around Plantations and Towns.Opening .
the Institution who with to enter Building HATE QUININE, warranted and
!: may e Columbus March claims said estate to and file the same W.Down P.SOULS. U.a Senator from La.:
.' forthe Fall l Term in October,should Channel Way and removing at the O weight 11. 20, 1852. U i> against appear lI r.8.
4t sons
commencing B befOre of N. 0. Dna
for said or
with the Judge of Probate county, on Vofesaors STOUt HAaawoi ;
immediate the that mouths of river and b
make to _
I; application rb. 011 Da and HrsDEaaow.of N.O.
pPJ. the Hth day of February next. JAETIIOHT, Downxa,
b. if Making Canals article ) from the Notice.
1.i uaorc Instructor may mptoyed necessary swamps marshy o sandy an pl"rt T.d J.CHASE 19 1853.' 7 1y.
? )* TERMS OF TUITION: jround. Peruvian Bark,considered nearly Vluiiun,at SIX months after date I shall present my final ac Judge of Pru alt. February -.,
Deepening the water around wharves and pier one third the price. and "eucI ers to the Honorable Judge of -
term of 11 weeks 't lOto 12.50 abut 9m Teacher Teacher !U I
19 .
Senior 14 1853.
Department ,
4' i' ** 5.00 Keeping open Channel way through lake and riv- LO, a generl.upply of CJnmic of the bt Probate of Jefferson Comity, as Administratrix of May
,. Junior removing roils o sunken log, tearing up roots of quality. Thomas J. Townsend. tale of said County, deceased -" Notice. by a young man. a a* Princi
Board can be had at from six tc eight dollars per tree, etc. and ask for a dismission from my Admini tratonob Insolvent Estate of an Academy or schooL H. is _<"

; I month. Fur any inform*ti *.or for coi jell of the Regulatious To persons desirous of improving waste lands by Fine Cologne. J.uht'l Extracts.and an assortrn.at MALSY A TOWNSEND. Adra'x.p. STATE OF FLORIDA. l prepared to take charge of one, and instruct in the

!: address the Secretary of tbe Board of Trus drainage, this machine can be recommended a* the only of Fancy Toilet ArictI. at very low pice.Davis' Jefferson County, February 19, 1853. 7 6m Jefferson County, to-wit: J JWILLIAM f branches requisite to render youths ready to eater

tees. WM. DELL, Secretary. l oe adapted to all the necessary. Pain Itadway Ready Relict S. mL WORTIL administrator of the College as the Languages. Mathematka. Science t.-

March 26. 1853._12 tf_ To those who are pUre canals or Ogood'", Kier Cholagogue.Rose's ., i READY MADE CLOTHING.rnHE Thomas JJ Heir late of said county gether with the efcmento of a practical English edu

iI ; indebted to the understyied will please drains, it will b found of immense value, .it will celebrated Plasters, and other Family Medcincs. supply uow Wing from the Suwannee, deceased bas this day filed in the Probate office of cation. Being a-graduate in some departroe$t$ of the
THOSE the at the time form .1 written suggestion that he believe the oT V'irguua.be en lam.h &eat.a 8,1a..t-
:4 and settle their accounts. deepen an same a embankment makes our stock of Clothing a very complete one said county a University abllldiac-
April 9th, 1853. 1 4 JAMES B. GAMflLF.C1 or Jayne'. Medicines, Ac, Vc,just recctvea by of the latest style We will be glad to receive a call estate of said Thomas J.Heir, deceased to be inaol- ufiictory of attainment a* also of "a"

_ This maeliine is used with either bone o steam D. IL AMES. from those in want, believing we can make it their interest yent; wouldrefera *ool of reepeda'-Aunediat. applieabOnd

::1 Notice. power, which can be increased t any extent July 9.J 853. 27 tf to buy from us. Thereupon notice is given to all persona baring teach hTapnjate { JO.B.
They are DOW iu successful operation in all of McNAUOHT & ORMOND. claims against said estate to appear and file the same irabJe. Address

: SIX months thb from date the undersigned administra the and may be seen at Charleston pr C, Notice to Debtors. April 23, 185S. 16 with the Judge of Probate for said county on or before Poet office University o f"rp Albk co'
of EeUte of the late Robert Lark in*, deceased cob.
PeDl and 0 the Canal bt.wee indebted the late firm of Miller & the 14th day of November nextTH08.J. ty Va.
Uadeden will Na" '
of County. exhibit her final accounts ALL persons t .CHASE 14, 1858. n m
.1 and Touchers to the Judge of Probate for the Oahet B Lui. ,w are requested to call and settle without MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT. Probate. May _

of Gadsden. and ask for a discharge. By application 8r.our agent at Mobile, delay; otherwise the chum* must be put b suit.to effect and Merchants can obtain supplies Judge of
A t i pj.i: FRANCES A. CHANDLER Adnr.I (o the States of Alabama a Fo iurot L a settlement with the Estate of Jacob Miller/. DRUGGISTS*'. prices, by application toD.H.AMES May 14. 185*. 19 6m Metallic Burial c. ..
of the machine ,
til April 30.185S.. 1'1' 6mMolauei t ct GILBERT en &obn, I P. R BROKAWSurviving Notice. .
I Partner.
Wholesale for Florida.July
and S 149 Broadway,New Yok.i i. May 81853. 18 3m O. 1853. 27 Agent tf months after date,the undersigned will present
1 E Whlike/ t3f Drawings of the above machine,and of a ma n ___ _, SIX the Honorable Judge of Probate LwaCoootr ,

't- i BBLS. MoloMc, ebD 0 the same principle worked by b power IANOAND FURNITURE FOR SALE! Medicines. their accounts and vouchers as adlluDJlltratnx and .

J _, 25.5" Rectified Whukey-fur sale low for t employed iu ditching, drsiuing,. i: Apply,to JAMES BOA ... administrator of the Estate of William S. Then

: CASH OHLT. MeNAUGHT ORMOND. cavating, eau b seen by applying to April 9th. 185*. 14. ;yj. JUST received Quinine, Cinehomne, Epnm Salts deceased and Blk for a final discharge from the dmin- j'isx's PATENT METALLIC BURIAL cJ

Newport Fla, April 23, 1853., 16 J. SF.On Soda. Castor Oil &., for sale low by istratioo or said Estate of which interested will r may be had by applying to. "
27 Water EAST FLORIDA BEUTHARYj: February 12, 1868. 6 D. MAN LEY. ..
I Me take notice. March 26. 1853. 12 OEO. DAMOJNotice. :

JUST RECEIVED November 27. 1862._47 MALE AND.FEMALE. Hiram Smith' Floor.OA RACHEL A.ALDERMAN, Adm'x -

I! By Edward Barnard, Jr., JOHN GALBRAITH, LOCATED. .AT MICANOPY, EAST FLOBIDA. BilLS Hiram Smith' Family Flour just re- WM.Administrator...in right of bu wife. .

.., ji A TRD3H ASSORTMENT OF GARDEN SEED ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, ,B order of t br of Trt.an elt'clo for t\J ceived. BERRY A ROWLES. 10 *m S months after date 1 will present m.estate.fB"IIfand
Al) vouchers tdministrrtrix of .o
dtt growth 1852. Tiltihtuee, Florldt.C3f principal wi place May 7, 1853. 18 1861.RNJl'l'T'S as FObStS
V Club County, E. F o Thuradar. the PATENT WATER COOLERS, and Anthony Avant deceased, to tfc* Jw f
;t ALSO, A FRESH .ASSORTMENT OF GENUINE Office near th Post Office. [Oct*, 40 litr.' aet P I mk applicationwill Peat. B lAdies Work Boxes just received at County, and ask for a' didu1t *Cadmmuatratioti. -

: 'Drug. and MedloineB. address the Rf.C. I Madison liP E SOME of tlte best of.eedpeu, for taU by OEO. W. SCOT & CO's. SARAH- V ANT.' .."..

D. P. HOLLAND PTa, o myself a Mai 'I, 181$. 18 8.&KNIGHT. June ". ISM. 22 to $t
; ; PERFUMERY AND CONFECTIONARV, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, None need ap )ly Ian give refcre and May 21. 1858

.9 ; At the SIp of UM mortar, QBiiejr, testimonials as to experience The a quft fM Just Received, Cow Peas Just Received, ..
.Florld Sol wi open abut .
i lairoe Street, Tillihiwe, Fliridi TTTILL practice to the the Middle CirW the frt mleble.u Novembr ocxtR.H.HOWREN.P.B.T. A PRIME lot of hams, plain and canvassed low 150'BUSHELS Seed Cow BERRY Pas 4 for ROWLES.sale by LARGE lot of -1.uulS' It.y.Rum 11M BrAndy A.M.

J. Docmbcr 25, 1852\ 51 tf cuit; and of'ac and lnmk Counties. for cash by S. S.KNIGHT. -I A 7) 183.. 18 -:5.:5' K."I Bby .

October 25, tf May ', 185. 18 bt May 7, 1853. 18 1ay'2&lSS3.