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: December 17, 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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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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- DR. M'LANE'S VERMIFUGE. FRESIDEiT'8 MESSAGE. uaudcr fograhip.with the TJWted States rtrip of war U no side, and on the other to the distant realms of A.I I '.ifl b* found peculiarly mterMrmg.. sdif a.et.nac-- .
( rlt5ta (arr IE;Jt Louis, arrive! at Smyrna sad after inquiring into f .. demand -
,- J iio remedy ever invented bas been so success I e>' I II Ler to the immediate aejiun of Ccngf***.
he circumstances of the case came to too conclusion am deeply Jensiblc 0 the immsnfi rwrxmsibility Num roua and flagrant frauds the Pension
=- -- fu I tuI the grent worm medicine of Dr. M'Lane. All upon
: P illov Uiticnz the Senate entitled
Kozta the
ho 111&ult'd it hare been equally astonished nod of t hat was to protection of this govirnment i hkh tho present magnitude uf the republic and thehveraity ]Bureau have bora brought 'tabt} within the bMt -___
PDrcKNiry & co. and Jlouie and took ADd
grNO wld:ligbt nl l 1\1 t its 'OfIlHl'rul energy and efficacy. To of Rcfrctcntollvtt j energetic prompt measures for and multiplicity of ivs interests, devolve npn I ;fear, and, m some instancta merited pumVbxncut* ia-*

ANt COMMISSION MERCHANTS julieh) all the tcstimuuials in its tivor would fill vul- The interest with which the people of the Republic I lilt re1eaac.Und.r I m* ; the alleviation of which, so faros relates to I dieted; but. unfortunately, iu others guility pojtles' _
HCTORS, I" aiitf Jtieipate the awrnbling of Congress, anil the fulfill-I an arrangement between the agents of the j the immediate cund.wt of the public bu,iiies* is first I lave escaped, not through the want of. fife cut ewjenre a
therefore ourselves with
ht tlttidtt nOO ?ithcrn Georgia Produce, uCOMMEUCiL bi HCA abstract; we must of few of them.content a n 1 icutn that occasion of the duty impowd upon anew I 1 Inited States and of Austria. ]lie was transferred tohe I i n my reliance on the wisdom and patriotkni of the1vt I < to warrant a conviction. but b eoMeqncoce of
WHAKV38 C. a of doe child resident-is one of the best evidences of their capnc-I t. custody of the French eO" 1I1' ener.,1 nt Smynin, there t:: houses of Congress; and, second v, iu the direc-M I I.he provisions of limitation in the existing law*.
Japhct ) aud it Amboy, gave a to a He | I t',v to realize the hopes of the founders of a political to remain until he should be disposed of by the '''t I Iii .ions afforded me by the principles of public pnh T.J t From the nature of these claims the remoter*** of _.- _

e :' '.o. South Carolina 6fir .,;years old brought nwny 88 worms. hid brought -stem at once complex and systematical. While the Jiff ulna I agreement of the consuls of the respective gnveriunents I iffirmed by our fitthera of the epoch of 1798 sunctiiisd t lie tribunals t. pas upon thrrn. aod the mod ki
another dio
lIfter the
M"PS. J. W. AROTUC and D. C. WILSON,Tat.s. n gav to same child iu "about I. di I re\1t branches of the government arc to a certain I at that place. Pursiuist to) that agreement 4 by lung "peric and msecn leel anew bv tin t 'which the proof L>.

J ; SB- THO***, Madison, and McX AUGHT A b away" 60) more, making 1 S3 worms I ';tent iudependent of each other, the duties of all a. 'je has been released and is now on his way to the U- (>VCTwhelnunjj voice of the people of the United I ILtes. U> crime have been grealhr stimulated Vy the obvious _

Ne-wl1011.| trill act as our AGKKTR and are Lir1lIUeJ 2 1 IQUI'S. li ke have direct reference I to the source of power. I I:jltcd States. The Emperor of Austria has made the I difficulties of detection. The defeeta kt the law ujw
OI.OJP. for Andrew Downing, of Crnnbury townpliin Venango F oituuately. ulI.I lor I ILiu"stem, no man ill i so and 4 touiuct of i ur officers who took in this transaction \ 'this
to mute advances on Produce designed child aud .he jmsned high part [ Recurring to these piuiciples which constitute the aubjuet are so apparent and an filial to thread ofjustice
:)wntv gave his one el111puouful o humble( in the xalc of public station 1 a subject t.of grave Koztuw _
nnc as to co"plliut.gttruiug that
. icpititiou of es- i I organic bteid of uuion. we perceive that. vast u ore your early action relating to it is most
JOIM' 11. IMS. S3-m 77 worms. ;"ext rfiomiiig. on a tLetl Ipe !from the scrutiny or l he exempt from the rcsponbility -! I still his subject, and claiming a right to seize him I the functions ,and the duties of the federal d.raL .
.me, the piissed 113 more.Jonntlian I.'i which all official function imply.Upui within the limits of the Turkish Empire, ho has demanded During the last fiscal
vested in iotru ted its three nine million hundred
of W<*t Union, Pnik l cnuntj, I neat, or to, great gonrn-I year. efcht -
DEN & CO. iughm.-in i the justice anil intelligence of the masses in I of thin! government its consent to the surrcnJer aDd nineteen thousand four
JAMES jAIJ ) that he I is unnblc to supply the dnnaiid. a, acucrirncnt I cuts, the l legiabtive! executive, and judicial uuudred and eleven acr -
ISr.a.I8Iiln a, \\rites ,( thus oigauized, is the sole reliance of the of-the prisoner, a disavowal of 'the acts of its a- substantive the and tbe I I 'of lh!public lands hav.bee force
m-ichboilKKid att trial I of I popular -large y
hw r a power
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& Cotton FactorsAUK. be jxxiple in say .nifederacy, and the only security for honest nnd pcnts, aoJ'8aUsfieboo [for the alleged After lion three hundred and
Upland I ::In.tbci6 that noue i. equal I to vI'h U U'I wue'11 Vermi C earI I outrage. capacities for s>ciul aud material developement, ui.t' sixtj-three thoosoad eight
: n11"e. ellt devotion to its interest against the usurpations and a careful con! Jera 'ID of the case, I came to tho i HI the respective State, which a bviug of tlicmatheswell hundred and D ninety-One"acres brought into m. .._'
\ el1f' ucroachmeiit* power on the one hand and tb asaults I II 11 conclusion tlmt Kozta was seized without legal authority constituted Within the same period the sales by public parchsww
1.1"1'11 \Vincliotcr. Ind. republics, as they preceded they
J. W. CJti-n. hap-
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rc1Ulnt' ambition the other. I 1 *t Smyrna tha*, he I
General Commission of this Ar.tI personal on ; was wnnigfully detHiued onboard i alone are capable of niamtuinlng uud perpetuating. and and private entry amounted to one million eighty-
1 lust spring t<> got some Vennifuyje. Tlie interest of which 1 have spoken is inseparable of the Austrian brig of war; that at the time of I tbe American Union. three thousand four hundred and ninety-five acres ;
No. 62 East Bay the tlomand 11\'CU1II : .
L"ttl.'t BO great
cr soiling a U-TV II r roin nn inquiring governing community! stim his seizure he was clothed with the nationality of theUnited I located under military bounty laud warrants six million -
CHARLESTON S. C. iir it that their btock'a? *."m exhausted. Tliey i Uj.e'1. luted doubtless: at the present time by the unsettled States ; and that tbe acts: of our officers under I The federal government has its appropriate line of one hundred and airy acres: located under either .-
Uto that it has 'ioiliicd 1iH.'ft cfl'-ct vb.'reo\er c'ncuiustauces, :action iu the specific limited! conferred on
GAD-PL ] ondition of our relations with several foreign the of the case, were justifiable and [ powers certifiai'es nine thousand four hundred and
C4 **$ ) powers ; twenty-
JAMS t '*F. KDWAHI*. V Or>po t *, But \\.' tiiii*t, for want of :'oom, rtson t- further inctaucie : compliance with the several demands of the which the States have a Cfiumou interest in their relati -
field of sixteen mi'hon sIx hundred
1-: SrUUVn. )J JSeptemWr i 1 n-ion of the enterprise; by tIll'Spirit with Emperor and eighty-four thousand
10. lfct.5. Sft 6m I l"r t luture II. tice. I' ,vhich that field has been entered and the nmazin"ncrey has been declined. -ma to one another, and to foreign government two.hundred and fifty three acres; selected fur rail-
For Kile nt all the l>iug -t'r ? in Tallahassee, and full while the great mass of interest which belong te cultivated -
For more
*' with which it* resource for meeting the de- a account of tbis transaction and my road aud other objects under acts of Congress one
WALTERS & .WALKER, Bturll'Aorl'IW\'II\Cn.' ) Town m the South. ;,. I n\IIj:i* of Imm-inity: have Ix-on dtvrlojunJ.Although ) viev.s iu regard to t.l refer to the correspondence between men, the ordinary business of life the springs million four hundred and twenty-seven thousand bur
50 2t of all the
Dt-ci-mlr 17,1853. disease assuming nt one time the ehare-, the charge d'affaires of Austria and the See,eta- industry, divt'lsi6euler and domestic hundred and fifty.seven acres. 'Total amount of lands

Cotton Factors, and General Commission t.'ri-tic" of a u.iJI'i spread nnd devastating etil'tee.1lt I ry uf State, which i ia herewith transmitted. The principles -t ufluirs of Hocicty. rest securely upon the general reserved disposed of within the fiscal year. twenty-five million

Merchants. The follow iiijj is from the principal arconnttnt of l lft it? sad trace upon some portions of our co and (wlicy therein maintained on the part of the r owera of the {people of the several States.- three hundred and forty-six thousand nice hundred
the \\I1thmlllli} hh iwpu-tiblc IIOMMi.f ilthMs.iie United States There id the effective democracy of the nation, aud
'IlOT rv we line: still the mojt abjiidant cause for rf"er. wIll. whenever a proper occasion occurs, aud iiinety-twoacres; which is an increase m quantitysold
A USDIf --- lii"i.of this ONE 011'111 I 1: there the vital of its and its
VI i A I ciiy. 1II1I11'ICt'U'i > be and enforced. essence being greatness. I
God for applied under
'' ih-inkfuliirt to au accumulation of sijnalmreies I and located hind warrant had grants;of
enti for the Pioneer Line of Packets between WOXDKKFUL Cl'KMb IX THE ANNALS showered njmn u! DP a n.-.ti'-n. It i iA \\11[hat Tlie condition China at this time. renders it prob-- One of the practical consequences whieh flow from twelve millijn two hundred and thirty-one tltouwnj

of nipilical I1it.rv.Mr. : i advancement, abe: that sonic important ,'iI1trtke tin nature of the f.-deral government, the primary one hundred and
CHARLESTON AND :\1'ORT. 'i c -ciiiuencs o rapid and h1''nfoillfT. change place inthat eight eighteen acres over the fiscal year
II. G. f'IItdl-Il..ul' Sir: Actuated by a sen:e ('Irt'll 'Ih lie habituallv! ,' associated witban abiding, vas: empire. which will lead to a more unreMriVt is the duty of uduiiiiLtUrmg will It integrity aud fidelity -I immediately preceding.

Boyce & Go's Wharf, i Jf ifiiiltfuhu-Sfr, I tuLmit tlc full., \ ill;; as an in:tauci- ,' '.f dependence upon Him[ who hold in his lIf"ntl7.1 ed intercourse with it The commissioner to that country the high trust reputed iu it by the constitution eatccially The quantity of hind sold during the second and

CJIA RLE*'>.>.v. 5. C. i l.f the utility
E. TTII.UOT WALTFR. GFOBI.K( 11. 'WAtim, \eais ,1.1.1 1 was EU l.l.'nutt.u.l! with a terrible diMSI ?- the nitjumof the brand} principle ofilieolutc ntail himself of all occasion to open and extend our drawn by taxation: from the people, and appropriatedto :| four thousand four hundred and fifty-one acres. Tho

K. T. WAIKI-.H. ( : >, which in lo.s thanix) ; h,>ur* pr! t ritcd it to to '! religious tolerance proclaimed; in our fun-la- commercial relations, not only wirjthe empire of China I' sp"cillC object* by Congress. ILippily! I have no | amount received therfor. was six hundred and twen

Auju 13, 11-2. 32-y I tal hfijilt-oiK-ss.: : Tiie liinl became *o ri.i1 that not !iicntal law. ant rejoicing in thclx-nign influence whicht I but with other Asiatic nations.Iu occasion to t-uirgest any radical changes in the financial ty-three thousand six hundred and eighty-seven dol- '.

a joint cltul.lll1. bent ; the llwh turned black and cold lm! f'x'rtf.llll'"n| our social and jmliticjil! ] condition I IF 1852, un expedition was sent to Japan, under }jx>licy of the government Ours id almost if not nb-;, Jars The quantity sold the second and third quarter ;

WARDLAW WALKER & BURNSIDE j and ('utillly tleprs\cd: "if lecHng! ; the e\ l'5 fixed par '[ bhoulJ bhrink from a clear duty did I fiilto exprc; the romiuaud of Commodore Perry. for the purpose s"lutelythie solitary power of CLriatendom. having a of the year 18:3, was one million six hundred and < I

and Commission : tl:11IdOjo'd iuui altogetK't baud, f.'ll.-wng tin- was my deepest CClII'i ic.inu that we can place no stcurtreliance of opening commercial intercourse with that i isuinj. I r.urplus revenue drawn immediately from imposts ou i nine thousand nine hundred and nineteen acres; sad

Cotton Factors ,ie.ifuess to all pouixls; the pinc became c.utw'tf"d' ; III)-'!" Any apparent ]'ir>gre!s if it be nut sustain- Intelligence has been received lIfIlI arrival there, and innierce, and therefore measured by the spontaneous :| the amount received therefor, two million two hundred '.. '
ainl so curved that when 1 King on its bn-.k the head Ie liw made known the kiwi uutionul of the :' and thousand hundred and
Merchants. 'i>d by uati'-nal integrity, noting ujion the great truths ( having to Enix-ror[ of Japan enterprise prosperity country. twenty-six eight seveotvsix t
a-id heels only tou -hcd. Indeed the child pn'H'lItc.1C"'t'I'T .afliiiiH-d and illu!tiated l by divine revelation. In the the object oj) I his visit; but it i is not yet ascertainedhow ] with such indirect relation to agriculture, manufactures -! dollars.

CHARLESTON s. (. j.ttack the faai tly jilixoiciau wa" Ciilleil; in, uiilf 1 "r ,;has IM-I-II: ('IJa'1\11 :'}*CI' how promptly di!a..ti-r made his restrictive olicy and open that |puIoua country -' olate no constitutional doctrine' and yet vigorously ''I' existing laws, prior to the 30th of September, was ,..a

WALKEE, thifp wot-kfc I lie l laboied to n-i-toie it t j feeling. but all I true lui-ibbors of di-triol nud cities paratcd widcljf!] i to a commercial intercourse with the United I promote the general welfare. 2v eithcr'ax to the sources two hundred and, sixty-six thousand and forty-two, of .. t.
TT, 4, WAtPLAW, GOUXmieX iu vain, although it wa blirtfied! a dozen times and States. of the public treasure, to the of which there that date
i from t-ach: other, and cheering to watch the strength o nor as manner were outstanding at sixty-six : :!
A. JlCJl.SSD, \'Iu'iou" I ul facict.t; Liuintcuts applifi. A CI,nnilutiou that coinIIHJII bend of brotherhood which unites all It has been my earnc.it desire to maintain friendly I keeping and managing it, does any grave controversy thousand nine hundred and forty-seven. The quantityof '

? rtf'mkr 17,1653. S7. | I f jihbiciaiifcMW tl".1I1..1,1. but to no jiuijHisr.the heart iu all parts of thi-t Uniou when datigcr threat j intercourse with the government upon this continent, I now prevail there being a general acquiescence lathe land required to satisfy these outstanding .arraat>. t1

__ _- -_- castw..! then ought before tlK-M""!icalS.nftbut \', cns from abroad or calamity inlands over us at aud to nid them iu preserving a good understanding'' wisdom of the pieseut system. I II is fur millions seven hundred and seventy-eight tLou.1t.l.

AMAKER nothing could be stigjf>tcd which had not alieacUIKCII homo. among the.ai.elvc?. With Mexico a di'pute has ari -(;i TI.c rej>frt of the Secretary of the Treasury willexhibit sand one hundred and seventy acres. Jt:;
A. iloiio and the doctor heii told bu cumld do .
me I Our diplomatic relation wi ili reijn powers Lat'cuO'J..r..ne en as to the true boundary line! between our territoryof in detail tLc state of the public finances and I Warrant have been issued to 30th September last ;
ii-ithing more.Vc then coinmeitced U'phing] your New Mexico and the Mexican State of Chihuahua. under the act of llth February. 1847 fur
A TTY AT SAW.TALLAHASSEE no F.-cntiul change sin 'e the adjournment > the condition: of the various branches of the public service calling m" i'>
Jjuinunt fleck! o\erthe entire 1 of the spine.oud .
length A former commissioner of the United twelve millions eight hundred aid
of the last Congress. With some of them, que"tions employed ,, aJmiiibte-rred by that d FLA. you may imagine a jiaruutsj..y, when after a few of a disturbing character ire still jendng: but thereare in naming that line, pursuant to the treaty of Uauclalape ', sand two hundred and eighty acies; under acts o( 1<1

Mav !, 1553. 20 applic-iitixns, rt-turuing animation was apparent, andit good reasons to believe that these may all be amicabfy Hidalgo, made a serious mis'ake! in detcrminmg The revenue of the co-ji.try, levied almost insensibly I September 28, 1 850, and March 2:, l8Z!, calling fur ;

-. -. -- -- lapidlv K-ctivcicd with the exception of the sight, tettled.Ir the initial point on the Kiu GranJe but inasmuch I. to the I tax-payer. goes ou from year to year iu- ( twelve mllhoD.fi'fe hundred and five thousand three

JOHN B. GALBRAITH, hi"h did not iKX-onie ]K-rfi- fur niMr a month. The yoine tears paot. Great Britain ha so construed as bin decision was alcarly a departui from the directions creasing beyond e-ither the interests or the prospective t hundred and sixty acres ; making a total of twentyfive -

ATToRcrY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.Tallahiisstr. child j i.* now healthy) ui: J robust as C.III b.s. Five oth tho first mlicle the 211th April. for tracing the boundary contained in lint treaty wants of tl.e government i iI million three hundred and eighty.four thousand] I

Florida. l'l' c..-.-.
i .od, :.1I4.f which tlid whfti there is 11..1I const as to exclude our cilixem from some nf the fishing -I the part of the United State, whiwe concurrence there remained in the trealIr..aba.1a ce..ffuurt.et.D It is believed that experience has verified the wisdom

t-.r Ofi't'P 111"ctai"; in th! CupStol imrnediRtyninng d I ubt ifotii Liuin.cnt bad lioen u. t-d they wnuldlmvic.T.vH grounds, to vhich they fiecly retried for' nearlya I was nece-ary to give validity to that
\ thoSnate Chamlx-r. [Oct. 9. 40 v.l. 11EXKY G. CLEL.V.I' quarter of a century I I.L-l'qlJ'nt to the date of tha'ttreaty. I government "i1I not concluded thereby ; but that, ot and thirty-six dollars. The public revenue fur the the public domain, hi most essential particular
I'cona, il-u-i! Ut, 1>:l. Mexico' takes a differentiew of the subject June You will perceive, from the report of the Secretary
The United :ta'to.* have: never acquiesced in [ fiscal year ending 3>J, h<53. amounted to fifty-
D. P. HOLLAND, ____ i. this construction. l IlIIt lm\e always olaimt-.l for tl.cir I I There are also other questions of considerable imguitude -'. eujLt millions nine hundred and t"eDt"-Olle. thousand of the Interior, that opinions, which hove often bew

ATTORNEY AND! COUNSELLOR AT LAW. A HARD LUMP OX A HORSE'S BREAST.: i fishermen all the rights which thy I.I ls o long enjoyed peuJiujf: between the two republics. Our minUter ; eight hundred and sixty-five dollars from customs.J Expressed in relation to the opemtion-of the laud STB-

Quiiiry, Florida, Mr. H G. Farr..1J1 have used your Arabian Liniriunt without molf
TILL in the Court of tile Middle Cir. with gratification in heveral ca.es. the ni!,t reJ J difficulties on tho subject, to extt-nil the rights of our I *"' oliatiuus have been opened, but sufficient pr. ret'* l-s-evrn hundred an.eitIiE; dollars from public lands and treasury were erroneous The nctt profits from tht

'% cuit.pnlctiNl and ,f Jaek on and KnuiUin Counties.Vt maikable of whrch was large lump that appeared j jon fishermen l,.-y nd the HiniM. fixnd tit the Cont eiifTinoflSls. 1'n\ not been niuJe"then tu eimblt me to -|>eak of : other miscellaneous ooure-es amounting together to sale of the public lands to June 30, r353, amounted

< "S.r 25. J SS2. 42 tf my )horde's bicust. It wiw \erluiul. uj'j'cariiigt 8n.ftl I regulate trade IH.twccn the United ; the 1n/,II'lc result Iinprcs-r with the importanccII Sixty-one millions three hundred and thirty-seveu to the sum of fifty-three millions two hundred and
I /> b""a 'hard gii-tle. I' rrniiiined: ,i.r n-arly a year, States and the inti-h} North Anir-ric-nn pn,Tince!, n II I maintamiug anjcabe! relations! with that republic.! thousand, five hundred anJ !c'fentv-r.JurJ..ll whilei eighty-nine thousand four hwuJrcd and sixty-live dotlarL. -

WILLIAM SCOTT, when 1 I applied your Liniment, one botlle l e.f which f-n negotiation has; befti opened with a fair prosMttf| nfavor.ililc ( and l of yielding! with liberality} to all her jut claim, the public expenditures for the same period exclusive .

til eh' C"urt'rJlt. I can rccomuicnd it a* the bst Liniment -ftilt. To protect .ur citizen- in the 01 j'..-i it ill rt.u.-oi>:ible to espect that an arrangement mutually ; of pa menu Oil account of the public debt amountedto I recommend the extension of the land system over

ATT'OHMS V AT LAW, I ever ,:!. JOhN Cl .W 1. : mont of their rights, lId 1 prevent '.!!>i
MONTICELIA FLA. Peoria February 2(1 h. 1I6.. them and Uiiti-)h ""anu-n. I ,!,-.1111'.1, l it exp .lient to :iil:1 a l.iatiiiir friendship between them confirmed andperctiat..l' (t..IJlln-alJ.l. tw hundred and ixty-two d'ln3rs.lel1Yina modifications as their peculiariti may require.

Julv 3( 1RSS. SO tljan fetation a naval f.ice Iii that q-iurter during the iishiiiu I balance of thirty-two millions! four hundred ana! Regarding our public domain aa chiefly valuable to

_. -, ---- -. -- I 1.101.f'Jllt fur 'ulILjci'tt ; season.Lnin I. ,. ..ngrt-- Laving jvi-li-d for a full n.i.-ion t. the twenty-five thousand. four hundred and forty-seven provide homes for the industrious and enterprising, I

ERSKINE & DILWOimi) Thi public arc cautioned n.gi1nt another counter irni-inir qJ'ti"1I1i; have n1vi nri"rn Iktwocn Stater ..f Central America. u minister was 'ut thither di'IHrs of receipts above expenditure am not prepared to recommend any essential change

f.-it. which has 1at.1a.i'Ie, its pjM'aranc\ W. 15. Fart the two g ..yen.i.tnls in regard tn Ccntr.d 1 America. ill Juh lat.5 yet t.lat' laid Lud! time to \Uit i i .nlv This fact of increasing surplus in the treasury, became ; in the land system, except by modification ia favor

ATTORNEYS AT LAW (.l1\\'. Arabian LmiiiU-nt.thv m-n-i
XOXTirELl.O AMI QCINCT.F.n counterfeits, :SK-OWC hi* Imting tlw name of Fnrrell III I rat i-i i .-iit, iind oir ini.-r,ttrat l"'inlon j j i-> :n-' l'4 i\'t..lm the rot frieli.IU inann.-r. It hcjieil! that carl period of my administration, an-l the path of du I! principle in certain cases, for reasons, and ow

\V. MouticIIo ;i many will buy, it in goo.1 faith without the know blij I' utrurtcd to ->ifcr into' ii'-gofati'-n- that "il'jTt.:) i.i, ]..ii"iieia'id ;t'-o'i I .fh'-;; .- will have :i benign ctf.'ctm 1i'u regard! to itsetmcd to me obvious and clear, grounds,which will be fully developed in the report
JO Ft"c, Quiifj ,! that 1& cotititt-rf'-U cxiat: !, aii-i tbf-\ will l'.rhal'i *- 'iil\ A (';m\lli, i''nfiraiJjiMiii the rlr.i'n."fourcitiziinzain > '-.jiiiji<>siig: the discn-i".s whuh I pre\ail aniMig 1311I,1tir: :r, to apply[ the surplus re venue to the discharge to be laid before }ou. .

JwU.23\ 1S3. 29 I discover their 'riorwluii the spurious mixture ha- ,t Great HI laill. ami th<", ,.( Jriti-h Mil j<-cr< agai th"IIIlu.1 in establishing! still nvrc i.ititnate. ami of the public debt so fur as it could judiciously 'I Congress representing the proprietors of the territorial

I wrought it> e'ilf.ct.<. : s-t the Unitt-d, 1 Stat#, (ugauizcd, umKr t theciuirntion ttiviidly rlat 1'111I lK.'twe-ii tli"ni n.-pt'etitd and betve be done and secondly, U> devi-se mean.- for the domain, and charged especially with power to

TIlt genuine article i i. mnnuf.icturcii only by 11. r.. ('f the h h Pvbriiaryii\ i i' niW bitting in L.HI ,.-n"eah of them nml the United Statej gndual reduction oft ,e revenue to the standard of the dispose of territory belonging to the United State, 3

FAIRBANKS'PLATFORM FArrell, Mile inventor and 'oprietor. and holsiile 'I don for the tran-acti.ii iifli::>in<... j I'' Cuneidering the vat.t regioua of this coi.tinent nnd public exigencies.Of has. for a long course of years,beginning with the administration *

m [ SCALES : lruggi-t. J ,}. 17 Main .tM.<.t, l'e inn, llliiioi, to \vIi III) ''I It if in many: r" jH-et desirable that tit Kiundnrv I the uuml\cr i.f States ,'Lil.b"ltulJ be nude accessible! tbe'e objects, the first has been in the course of of Mr. Jtfiurson, exercised the power to "

all applications for A CnC\'IIIII..t I IKa>i,liei',pd. 1'e'' line Mwo the Unitt-d States anti the Drituh Provinces I bv the free navigation of the river Amazon j irti':'u- mpliihme.iit. iu u manner and to a decree highlysatisfactory. I construct roads within the territories; and there are

LONG K>'OW>-FK\ F.KELY TUST- j sure vou get it with the K-tters H. (*. lxfonFairfll's, in the north-west. :.! .t.ignnted in the convention I lar attention has been given to this subject. Brazil, The amount of the public debt uf all so many and obvious distinctions between this exercise .

ED-'LW\ RIiIITTIIE AOKNOWLn.r.F.l ; thn -H. G. HELL'S-all\1 hi. fiirnaturo, : on the of the IMh June. It' It;, ami r'>[M-ciaIlv that pnrt I through wh'.e tfrriturics it pase into the ocean. hi, cla se.;. w'a?. C'.1) tI.eIt I. .March.. 1SC3, sixty-nine I of power and that of making nwls within the -

I: wrapjM-r. Sold by I D. H. .\-::. and by regularly'authorized ] : which. ".'puat'ttll; tcnitory ,\Vi-.hiiigtim from the I hitherto? pcri.ted in a policy so restrictive, in n'gardj million one hundred and ninety thousand and thirty- States,that the former has never beeu' onsidered subject -

4 ) STAM)AIU> I agents thiou!hout the United State*. ': HritUh) ["*-*wi.ins on the n"rth. sh.uM ix; traced and j to the' UIHJ of this river as to obstruct and nearly ex seven dollars; payments on which have been made to such objections as app'y' to the hitter and such

Agent*-New York.FAlKR.O'KSi Co.ta Water Cjf" I'ricc 4J5 and 5u cents, and f 1 per bottle. j! marked. I therefore present the "1J1. l.'c: U. your .-,- I elude, foreign commercial intcicouse with tie States I since that pei5 Kl. to the amount of twelve milli.in stv- I may now be considered the settled construction of the

July 16, U3. 26 6m I December) 3, 1 t3.. 40 4tExecutors' ;i tit (. I wlitfli) Ire \4pou iU trtbutaries nnd upper brancheslOur -.- en hundred! and three thousand till.I three 'hundred t power of the federal government upon the subject

.. ,; With France, relations iliult .r to that country w in-tructetl tll obtain and twenty-nine dollars. leaving unpaid and in the [ Numerous applications have been, and BO doabt,
1 our continue
GOLD AND SILVER SPECTACLES, 1 r ', frieinllv f.HJiing. l'Ile -Xt'n-ii-e on I the mOlt. )I n relaxation of*hat |olicy. aud to use his effort* to in- continuous course of liquidation, the sum of fifty-bix will continue to be made, for granU of land, in aid of
(': Ijetween
niiu-rcc the 1 duce the Brazilian goviruinent to open to common use hundred ami thousand and the construction of railways. It is not believed bo
Sale. : United! States nnd that I million four eighty-six scvebnndred to
And Glasses of Every Description, might.it i-conceived {
Eye country '
I under proper snf.-gnards this great natural highway and eight dollars. These paymeuK although within the intent and meaning of the Constitution,
VXKVrACTITLED BT \ Is! pursuance of!the last AV ill and testament of the bereleaMd from some wmee<>>.urry rcitrictiou to the I ( iuternaii mal trade. Several (.C the Souuh American -I of the
or < mailc at the market prie of the respectivej that the power to dispose public domain should
late V. m. 11. will be offered for bale the mutual advantage of U.th I
to With
Wyuiif, parties.; view
I>. Cll I.MUn 1'0.6 liberty Place a tothib I interested in this to
> State arc deeply attempt secure c1ale stocks, have lx>eu effected readily and to the be used otherwise than might be expected from a prudent
bidder 1
bighest ouV
5th January .bject, has been I
the of Hunif
duesdny made
[Between Maiden Lane aud Liberty sto.] NEW You: next ut the day of progn-bs : in negotiating -I I free navigation of the Amazon and it is reasonable -I general advantage of the treasury, and] have at the proprietor, and,therefore, that grants of land to
plantation belonging to the votatef n treat (innu-ice nml na\i ntion.
; I to expect their cooperation in the mf'n'ure. As llIf si-rial iu the relief aid in the construction roads should be restricted to
D. G. guarantees all arti. les made b\ hi-n toe of said deceased, )lying iu Jack -.u County. Florida, abjut Independent of our vulnnble trade with same time proved utility they .
a uperiorquu.lity.} Order respectfully solicited. I eleven mib-fc we-t (.f Mariunna. the following have important iiticnl rclntiot with Spain, we the advantage: (f free commercial intercourse among have incidentally afforded to the money market and f cases where it would be for the interest of the pro-
29 3m viz growing imtious are bv-tler understood, more liberal view siregenerally the industrial l and commercial pursuits of the I priet T, under like circumstances, thus to contribute
OctoUrl 1853. Stock f to
property : Mules, Cattle, IIogF, cioj of out of our noiirhWbood to t the i-hindu of Culw and I ofall ,
entertained a* to the common rights I the construction of these worka. For the
Corn and Fod \\ l'Oll1ltnI to practical -
Icr. II: CIU., Carts, farming utem-il- : Poito t Uico. I am happy t., tluit
Copper, Tin, and SheetIronMANUFACTORY. of different kinds, Hou. .:hold and KitcLen Furnituic, List Cuiigrcss no attempts, have announce been made i-iiK-e the to the free use of those means which nature has pn'-| The'becond of the above mentioned objects, that of operation of such grams thus far,iu advancing the
bv unauth'.ri -I! iiled for intt-niatioiml coniniunicuti'n. To thein I is of nndi interests of the States in which the works located
tc. Also at the same time Iud that valuableplantation .(-d t'xl'litillll" within the United ; \ j the reduction of the tariff great importance, are
\plaff | Stati I.4itiAteitlur ; libi-ral] and \'ic"! it is hoped that lime the substantial
known the 4> more enlijhU-iied the plan suigested by the Secretary of the Treasury. and nt the same interests of all
I : as Wynus I'lantation, I Kingm (.f thoae cilonies. Sh>.uld I
said County and State SUIJIs.red to contain hvvcnhundred ti-d within lmiite. nil the any movement Imaiiife I- ; Hrazil will ctmfonn her policy, mid remove nil unnecessary which i i. to reduce the duties on certain articles and the other Suites by enhancing the.value and promoting -

Subscribers ir.ft'rm Ui citizens of Tal acres more or b-ss adjoining th.s laiuls of Dr. will 1 lc vi our exerted means at mveormiiaiid I restrictions UJHIU the free use of a river which to a.M to the free list many articles now taxed anal ; the rapid sale of the public domain I refer -yonto
TlIZ c..uutr11.It orou-ly to reprecs it." so States, and! so large a part of the and the of the of the Interior. A
and tli* surrounding Cary Whitakt-r, Capt. BenjaminVyiins, John WaJ- Se\eral traVerses many fsjieculiv' Bitch n- enter into manufactures are nutIarclv report Secretary careful -
funiieh cuhto nnnciying' (rfvutr"iK-ei' taken pla<:< at Jlavannn. 1 contiueut. 1 arn'jiappv to inform that the IteI in the is however will show that thfc -
-tJlt'y are now prepared to n wholesale and retail, in their \iciuityofthc Mnndof Cuba Ix'tnecnmr of Paraguay and the Argentine C ufe.lcrut.'lIli' ? candid and careful consideration. is tlie result of just discrimination! and will bo
with all kinds of ware, 'j ma.l<> %known on t the} day ,'f hale. citin and the ; h :'n I public to vonr I a
line of buoiness. JOhN W. HARKKLL.. ) the of that Spini i-.lund; > authorities. C. have jiehled l., the ib.-ral; l nohey still resisted by: lira- You""ill final in the report of the Secretary of the. r far from affording encouragement to a reckless or indiscriminate

The Subscribers call the attention of the pub.ic Ui RICHARD n. COWPF.R. j h-xecutnrs- ..1'oen proximity ni, ,' trsiok of trade Ix to our &I''rl'lh'iw'o'ur,. n* it. I zil, in regard to the navigable rivers within their re- .Treasury. also abundant proof of the entire adequacy extension of the! principle

their assortment of "Parlor, O.king.'and Wood Stoves, JacksonCounty, Fla., Dec. 3. 1853.18 5t i, pal cities__and l the vipiciou:tween H.nie of prillci.i sjwctive territories. Treaties embracing this subject If this present fi-cal system to n.cct all the requirements I commend to your favorable consideration the men
fir the latest stvl ; all trimmed in complete order ut vigilance with whi.-h f..rMirri among othf*. have been negotiated! with these government of the public service and that while properly genius of our country, who by their inventions aod
call aud iIiereoljrc. particularly that wit I, the United which will be submitted to the ::icuatc at of the discoveries in and art have contributed
the lowest market price. Please examine Notice to Creditors, &c. I Ntate*, N there guarded a tition such administered it operates t' advantage communitv science largely

Iwf.w purchasing elsewhere. A 1&0. BritUnuia nud TJERSOXS having demands against the O'tate of i may wf'lllor.l n.preh-ndel., rcj A* no diplomatic. occurrences interCOM the preent session. to the agricultural in ordinary business relations. to the improvements of the age, without, in many
I branch
Lead Pipe Sheet Zinc SI.ett Lend.Housework A new of commerce, important I reVjwctfully( .k attention! to sundry suggestions -
Ware ,, themselves like
Jspauned Wc Forbs of I between instance,securing for anything an
Guttering JL loy lately deceased for
Heads of accounts
Itoofin;. Fancy gutters' I requested ti presi-ut them projK'iIy authenticated the Captain General; of Cuba, ready explanation vcari with Peru. NoUith- improvements adequate reward. For many interesting details upon
of done I few past been opened regards the large sums outstanding arrears -
Pipe* -Shop work every description be made, especially as this subject I refer to the appropriate and
to the under!ignod on or before tlHth of Decemberinnt t.r prompt redress afforded where injury has incxliaustible deposits of guano upon the I and of other yon reports
evnnuingthe reforms in
due to the ;
with neatness and .I all indebted also result -. All the especially urge upon your early attention the apparently
despatch.tnilTE to complaint on
fc RU'SSER.October an persons arc requested part nfonr citizens I is-londa'flf that country, considerable difficulties are experienced -I the administrative action of his department which are
< make payment by that time. The subset iU-r's Post under the present arrangement must be in the first in the requisite supply. Mea- 11140 slight but really important modifications of existing -
tf obtaining the as to the
40 indicated by Secretary ; progress
B 1853. I
Office is Centic.i'lle. Leon Count. F FORKS.DfcemberS. place prcs-nted to this government and then referred have been taken to remove these dithculties] and of laws therein suggested.
ures made in the eoiistructitin inarm hospitals, customhouses
1853. 43 2w to Spam Spain n-ain refers to her local authorities abundant importation of the article. mint in California and The liberal spirit which has so long marked the notion -
to secure a more and of a new assay
JUST RECEIVED ill Cuba for illv'li ation. and serious collision between of Congress in relation to the District of Columbia -
x.stpones nn there has been a York heretofore
answer Unfortunately of New provided
until she has heard office city will I have no doubt continue to be manifeatod.
By Edward Barnard, Jr., Notice from tho!e autlmritte*. T*. avoid our citizens, who have resorted to the Chinclui! for Conirrecs: and also to the eminently successful ,
these Irrital ilarul The erection of an asylum for the insane of the District
A PRESti ASSORTMENT OF GARDEX SEED IS hereby given, that the Bubxcriber, Administrator been, made t., provlc,vexatious for a direct delays, a proposition has islands fur it, and the Peruvian authorities stationed the I progress of the Const Survey, and of the Light House of Columbia, and of the army and navy of the
of 1&2. : appeal for redress Redress for the cODlmltteJ.'y
growth of the tkUtc of Thomas J. Heir late of Jefferson to the Captain General there outrages De lard. United States has been somewhat retarded, by the

ALSO A 1'RESH ASSORTMENT OF GEXTJIXE Cuuuty deceased, will. bix months after date hereof injured fclW-ciUzens., by Hitherto our consul the in behalf of our latter, was promptly demanded by consideration our JIinLster! and atLimo. Among the object meriting your attention will be great demand for materials and labor during the post

apply to tho Hon. Judge of Probate of Jefferson has decline.1 Government *.f This subject is now under important recommendations from the Secretaries of but full for of
and Medicines bp in to summer, preparation reception patients
Drugs enter iutoanv is to of-
such arrangement there i i" reason to believe that I'eru disposed and n'fI am fully satisfied 'liat the Navy
County, for from hi Admini winter
a discharge tratCl hip.ou Tin course on her is before the return another it anticipated
PERFUMERY AND CONFECTIONARY uiJ estate. W. S. D1LWORTIL some arrangement part of deeply this rejrpttetl. for without fer adequate indemnity to the aggrieved: parties.We of the United States is not m a condition of atrengtband and there is the best reason to believe, from the

At the Sip of the Mortar, Jefferson County, December, 1853. 48 6ra l between the kind, the good understanding are thus not only at peace with all forclcountries i, efficiency commensurate with the magnitude of plan and contemplated arrangement which have
twoemiutries may be exposed to but in regard to political aff irs.are exempt? commercial and other interests ; and commend) to
our devised with the large experience furnished in
occasional been
Monroe Street, Tallahaistt, Flsrida.D interruption. Our minister at Madrid is in- from cause of serious disquietude in our domestic especial attention the ugtfe.tion9 on this subfvct. ,
Notice. itrueted to renew the any your the last few years in relation t*> the nature and treatment
**.mbeT25, 1852. -51 tf the consideration! profit of her aH to press it again relations. made by the Secretary the Navy. respectfully of the dweae. thtt it will prove an asylum indeed

SIX months after date shall present my final ac- upon Catholic Majcstr'a gov. The controversies which have agitated the countrv submit that the Army. which under our system must to this most helpless and afflicted class nf sufferers
MILES NASH & CO. "" anti voucher to the Hohable Judge of ernment.For with.&be causes which I always be regarded with the highest interest as a nucleus" noble
Probate of several hn heretofore, are passing away and as a monument of wisdom and
Jeffcrs. pain .
Medicines .C. County, as executor of the last yean been Calling the atten them and the passions wL'cb.th bad awakened around which the volunteer forces of tbe nation .
Dealer in Drugs will and tion this to produced mercyI .
testament of government claim
I Georg w. Johnson late of Jet for losses by some if of them remains, it may be in the hour of danger requires ansrmentation. i I *
trace gather the of
Under acts
or, Congress of
and the (orson County, deceased I of her subjects i in the CMe of the ; any Angwt 1852,
WOULD ;inform 4h r friend public thai aud lInk for a di.mission I schooner Armistml it will be perceived in the modification to adapt it to the present extended
hoped that only or and of March 3 II 853
reasonably designed fo
believed to the ei-
from I to secure
Ills claim r
hare on tend a good tuortmeot of audarticles !i my executorship. LLOYD SKANNAL, is rest on the obligations imposed zealous rivalry of all good citizens to testify their re- limits and frontier relations of the count rv. and tie i tics Washington and

as are generally kept in their. line of business by Lie attorney iLl f.t W' Br 1.1)0. by cur existing. tr..aty.with thnt country. It* (for'the righto of the States their devotion to the condition the Indian tribes in the interior of tile oonti- supply of good and wholesome Georgetown an abundant
and will be fieah Tbeii J fferwn County Fla., October 15 W justice was admitted m our(diplomat pcct the water, It beeanM my
reodrinf regularly tnppliec. 1 41 correspondencewith Union; aid their common,determination that each one neat the neWitrof which will appear communications -! duty to examine the report and plans of the
-1na UU ba reasonable.t the Spanilhgo'femmffitae early as March. 1847 institutions ita welfare, and its do- (.1 tIle Secretaries of War and the InfeMOT had engl.eefwho
kLwet, April- th. 1858. 1 4 Notice. and one of my predecessors in his annual message fO ofeetit i taleipiti sbIbS beM alike i eeure under the sa- I. charge of the survey* trader the act fit*
: ct : named The best, if not tile & iitG
that recommended that 1i I only plan,
year, provision should ; of the Post Office Depart
persoss haYing claims agaiuet i The ., be I ered t"1'0"Twe ., In the I the that ttaieb
apaful secure
tte permanently object sought WM
In ,
ALL of J. made for its
Notice. payment January last it mutual confidence Jnna SO. 1853. the
0 Nwl, dcceised late of Leon County wan again$ I Tbt.W' of amity and of mint for the fiscal year ending contemplates taking the water from the Croat TalU
are re submitted to Congress by the Ex
vou' ifter the grit of th'u to nrewut them to the utive. It has9 received which the people of tile republic expenditure was seven million' nine hundred
; publkafioD 00"nom qoested Undersigned within tl favorable consideration 0&11atit, gross of the Potomac, and, consequently, I'gavo to It my
t ; i ad woed. widow of tie late WilliwrDower I Unw pT"cnbed by law or they "ill 1 be l rred and* branches but there hits been by committees of botli bav e i, bap ily 1 **** inducements{ aid opportunity ; and eighty-two thousand seven hundred the and fifty-six { approval. -

or County, will appJy t4gtatofberk P tboM indebted will please make immediate as yet no final action upon fo tb adOption of a more comprehensive and dollars ; and the gross receipt, during same period I For the and prootmt condition .of thra important -
the OIZ pay let1l it. I conceive that faith progress
good and
Court requires its and action, as to the greatmaSialblerestsof five million nine hundred forty-two Uw>u'*oJseven
MARY ANN line of ,
( thiTHOMPSON. volley demand
ty Yf' In 1 Q-NEIL Adm'x. [ work, and for its .5 a* appropriation
adjustmen and I to dollars
present tbirtfour tha
your early and favor die whether regarded.U1tLelIl6Clfelor hundred and ; showing
December 10 1858. 49 Sw country I refer to the
Uin.LUCY able consideration.. the I *are concerned, JOB report of Uto
Nov nber It, in eoonection with thrfpowcrs uCtheCJvbed the current revenue failed to meet current expenses of War.
Martin Kozta. a Hungarian by birth tbe nm of two million Secretary
came to thu of the department by. forty-
of tho
Notice. country in 1850, and declared his intention in world. dollar The cause which. Th present judicial system United Slice-
due. thousand thrty-two
Notice.FOUE cUinu the form of law to become a citizen of the United The United States have continued g "oanrandsteadilf two postal system and laws. 11 inevitably j ha*nowbeon ia operation for so long* potin of time,
bavinj agifust Estate States under the present ,
w esku aft the Int ALL persons of acquisitions of territory. and has,ra it* general! theory and much of in: detail,
widQof' this no Tbompsoc, deceased late of Leon County After'remaining here nearly two years, be visitec I i to expand through have been to this result. are fully explained by tilt report fcrntliar to tbo and
P the William requested to preceut them to the undersigned Turkey. ,While at Smyrna he was forcibly soiled .bkb bow much soiver some of tbem and may admitted to of the Postmaster General; one p-eal cause being the become tl ao public confidence country that, if aeqjr.o.modMoi ntiroly -
rrott deeewed efLeon Cowgy. .m taken nn board an Austrian brig of war then 1 ; questkiodi are now Doi'fef88111et'tD rate" the department has been compelledto : 49 any
Court aPP.'Y to the admiistrmtrix vitliin tbe time prescribed bj law or vinz i it ebarseter and a great enormous ct. >t should only b %.thuoff
of Pnba4 of Mid Otmnt for dower the harbor at thwt place, and there confined in hive been riH fa policy j just in for mill service rendered by railroad coa> rop psrtlos1iie1imay
tate of her said busbwd 7REBECCA an the u.w" tbey'win be bArred ; cod nil indebted to aid FAtate with the avowed design to take him into the irons.. HlJ8Dt in the adiSacenient of oUt eountry,.and, with pay panJc adapt it to the incrraoet extent, pnptlitapil
will make immedimtelr. dominions and *. business of the
please pajment l United
in SoUcs.
M. PARROTT. LUCY THOJPON Adm'x.D.cam1 of Austria. Our eoosnl at Smyrna and legatioi, it,01 tbe human race, in freedom prosperity Vs ; The rxhibi' in the report of the Postmnsfer O nral In UtIISII*,
haTe Town the aation of tbe
;(''mt..r P 16 1. (6'U at Th thirteen States otgsa oourta U new oa Vsae.OF.
Constantinople for his until
10, lE 3.I. iw interposed telease, but thel r b'PP' Europe OS the: of the income and espwliture by stancji,
I sfloit& were ineffectual While txj! iinpri.oncd. Cum- I thirtv- with relations rracbmgto





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1e.:. fj ,.S a.,. to the dutic to be performed- ;* '- -general"" s' interest throughout'the country. In i its unlimited extension of that benign system of federative certain poiD!. upoo" which we had no maoo te expert The Administration and the Compromise. baa at rJallnnore.adopted ibis lint poUey tho very a* hi fact* guide tb i PreekWiit PV TZ

'I' "l :' ;lr k bytherninocnrpol 5 of which it i Ie our glorious and Itrue" lem to agree. A huge quantity of alarm HeIDI now to be uppermost mad the
of the
I t-oo'1\1cno which 8w 'itical; It'commercial, and ill miliury bearing *,H self-government vanvo ci i the opposite to hi admioistrttioo _
fl tta J Immortal ciwractwr. Let us then with, redoubled The Al aodlra (Ta.) Gazette give* it a caution in breast lest the administration
Xt vaTexM, and n ditct of oUiertitalu .bas .varied, great and increasing claim. to oonsiderarJotiT < whig present i is being organized by a few n1nlfcain

., are in effect exdnded from benefiiaof The beavy.cx enei the great di-lan and at time, vigilance, be on our guard against yielding to commendation : hall ignore the *healing measure"of 1180, and open ks d.ri. If thi* diaaitti was IiitjJ

r j.1 l1it., t. the general system, by the function 0 the circuit totality vatfcn-fiag.travel by either of the isthmus route, Ihe temptation of the exercise of doubtful powers,evennnder '..The Message of the president will be read this the door (or other stab at Southern right and Inter- at'oaurtioa on aceoaat of crrer aa ft* 1i*

1 l court boing deYulye upon the distriqt! judges In ve dtariotMtratedebe advantage which would result the pressure of the mociY *'or conceded temporary ar with unusual interest It U wntten well, and watchful peuattoeot*, or even to disaatkfaetioa'oo siui

I. I t Xhows State o part of State*. all1"j ifl. inVrterr5JoHUpommuriioation by such aafe and ad vantage and apparent temporary expedkney.gi YU 8 gratifying account of our foreign relation, eats. But we think that our opponent need Star* to make an exact mj '

i t. ( The spirit of the Constitution and a doe regard to rapid moans aia-raAapad would upply, Tli minimum of Federal eompatitIcas very as oar domestic prosperity. There are f..ret not be frightened. Hie present Executive of the United the office* between the dUTrrept divitfoea |ta

.H} i i jurtloo, reolr that all the State of tbe Union Ttfefte 1iffio t"e which have been encountered' In with the maintenance of national unity and efficient point open to criticism than we expocted-; we State ha* never been wanting in attachment they existed prior to the Baklmcrc Cviiventi ISM*

r .': fwuld b replaced on the aumo footing ia regard to Al period of penjsywould be magnified and till further action in our relation with tho rot of the world,should ar pleased to see a public documeut of this characfe his and the weaker section of tosho it uld entertain no apprehension u Idtiocs. pnnot1 i irtf,
!1." '" "" the jnJicial tribunals. I therefore comment your increased iu tfa. of war. But whilst the emharniss- afford the rule and mtawire of construction of,pur with ao little of the partizanAXRI politician and I so country, particularly (i. But the ground of the duaflsction li v'

w \ : consideration. IbIS Important subject, which, in r toy,.o-, mico pta ,already encountered and others under newnThigen'ws power tinder the general clauses of, the oonstjtotiqn- I mbofc *f tbe statesman in its compositioo. The discus- and at this late day it ia hardly to be expected that deeper than this-it arraign boldly and openly* aic t |

t t d. pinion J\Dnd the speedy action. Of Congress. I fo bo anticipated, may serve strikingly A spirit of strict deference to the sovereign ri! Q.. un of tome portion of its content we shall reserve he! is preparing to deliver the whole country up to the policy on which the delegate to the Convei&amonized

F .'I'4 '. present you, if deemed suitable, a plan wllcbh to exhibit the importance of such a work, neither these, dignity of every State,rather than a disposition to subordinate tor a fouire occasion. For the present w* prefer that Under mercies of faction, or throw u* into the arm of their difference* and agreed open the ten

'. 'l I am prepared to reooiimend, fur the enlargement nor'ill considerations combined, can have an appreciable the States into a provincial relation to the ee a- fit should be impartially judged without comment to fanatical agitators. When the South needed friend. of j jPIZHCX a permanent onion It i is not enough, ecordnf (*U
: ..r and modification of the ptjuaial system. value, when weighed against the obligation. strictly tril t authority, should characterize all our exeroie of pr ejudie or disquisition to controvert iU positions.Vitli .- thi is movement, that the slavery agitation la ,
f f to adhere to the Constitutionand faithfully to execute the temporarily vetted hi M a* a FUlfJt was not backward in sending her t4fcj
of respective
!'t .c The act Congress establishing the-Smithnoiilnn power view* to which we may object carried out to but to make its cessation permanent, H

.. t t' :. Institution *,'ide that the.Preeilent o iftt.UuUed the powers it confers. acred treat, from the generous confidence of oar constitution tlieir legitimate conclusions we see much to applaud. cheering voice. Whether on the floor of the Senate or re-open the conflicting opinion* u to the me.propos;r* ef%

'it'i .. States, nnd ohe persons therein) designated, should Within this limit and to the exteW of the interest of f' pad many patriotic sentiments which we heartily a* a private citizen be war not tbe man to give aid and compromise, and to organize a party on the lasii f
,; 4 establishment the involved it would *tefn both expedient In like manner, a* a manifestly indispensable condition There is want of the and
: constitute an by (1tnt 'iinme,. and government comrnen l a explicitness, on comfort to the but wa* at..ay.loond foremost approval, not merely acquiescence in th,1g.
: and if an economical: and practicable route of the perpetuation of the Union, and of the realization load ia said to enemy
: If that the should hold riafolirvd. special meetings proper, Pacific Rail ] question-but enough justment Without stopping to ana tbft m irl
JEfa. mmbr hall be found aid all constitutional l in the of that national future adverted administration in the ranks of the faithful few who withstood *
to means
for supervision of the affairs! of ihe InstitCliqri.: by magnificent how that it is not an m.aaurc.Upon of the promoter of Ibis movement, it too plait
t 1: The organization not having ikcn.p1ace. it seemed' Construction of a rond which will unite, by speedy to doe the duty become yearly wreMigcr and clearer the whole, we trust that the performance maye foautie!am, and! contested the ground with it inch by doubt that if it is persisted ra and eneewg4 to h*

f i'. to me proper that it ahouU' be effected'without delay.' transit the populations of the Paciric and Atlantic I IStutes uPon us. ne citizens of the several states, to cultivate a b M good as the promises and that hereafter wemay inch, and when borne into tbe Prciadcntial chair by considerable extent, it must break epth orgaaiMtis sn-
!' : To guard against misconception, it should be fraternal and afft-ctionntc spirit,language,and conduct be able to as well of the President' act of the and **
11. I: This has been done ; and an. occasion :"i! hereby: speak an overwhelming majority of the popular voice, it was party, result in restoring the whip to
J .1'i. presented for inspecting the condition of'the" Institution remarked that, although the power to construct, or aid in regard to other states and in relation to the varied .1 we do of his words." with er at the clwe of President Pierce'. admfiitrtion.-i pew

; .: and appreciating its successful thu* far in the construction of a road within the limits of a territory interests,institutions,nnd habits sentiment and opin- the distinct knowledge that, so far as his Admin. It occurs to c* that true democrat whether
every he
p 1) and its high promi of great and proprt i is not embarrassed by that question of jurisdic10 1) which may respectively characterise them. Mu.tuni Congress organized, as mentioned in our last on mation was concerned he would discountenance eve approve* fully of the policy on which the union at Bal-

r ,,t i :; I have omitted to auk your favorable rulneI'1 tion which would arise within the limits of a State, it forbearance, rt"rt'CI, mid ndnon-interference exercise i incur of 6th instant, by electing in the House all the old thery thing like a re-opening of issues already past by timore was effected or not, would at least wait and see
; is nevertheloss held of doubtful more action citizen, II n enlarged offico
to be and as its
: for tho estimates of works ". than doubtful propriety, even within the limit of a the most liberal principles comity in the public J..al.ing cers without difficulty. Mr. Maxwell reached Wahngton -
of the thirty ono States amounting to opposition to the administration.
ty-seven one lithe
"U'.ri t I for the undertake of state with state, whether in !legislation or in the in time be at the The platform of principles laid down! with so much unanimity poMry
: : million seven hundred mid fifty-four thousand five hundred territory, general government to te to present opening. be a mere coalition, and not a union '
: administer the affairs of railroad canal other execution of laws are the means to pe rpctuate that by the Convention which nominated him.- upon principle;
a or the
J dollars, because independently of the grounds R evs. Henry Slicer and William II. Millbura, Metho- as disaffected leader insist, the fact must ncanly
which have often urged against the ctiinilar j construction, and therefore that its connexion confidence and fraternity, the decay of which a mere T hat platform guaranteed the integrity of the be developed. Down to the
:1 8 1)1 application dirts were elected Chaplains, the first of the Senate compromise present time, hor-
bt scale could nut lurvive. -
: with work of this character should bo incidental raUi union on lit3 t a long
: of the federal for works of this character : a the ever, no evidence has been furnished. The dem-
r\'etlt and the latter of the House. Gen. of the measures, including fugitive slave law, as a
rt' with c r than primary. Armstrong rata whose association i is mads
4 I inequality consequent injustice is inherent in the the ground of objec
.. 'lt::, r'i; 1 t nature of the proposition IUd because the plan has 1 will only add, at present, that, fully l appreciating In still another point of view is nn important practical Union was chosen printer of the House-a matter final settlement of the questions to which they uclati on and complaint, profess to acquiesce faithfully JQ

'. :1.,et. ,proved entirely! inadequate the accomplibhment of the! magnitude of the' subject, and solicitous that the duty suggested by this consideration! of the magnitude which does not rest well on the stomachs of those who, ted, anal we should as soon expect to bear that Franklin I tho principle of the party, and their conduct and
t with
.t., :" Atlantic nnd Pacific shore- of the republic'may be of dimension, to which our political systeip, have conformed with
the ht. Pierce had hhnsell in practice concisUy their .
like wilfully perjured profr
objet the New York a petty *
fu fur demonstration
I:. machinery of government, is io rapidly hoped a
subject internal bound together by inseparable ties of common interest, u its corresponding I nions. No charge is made against them of an
f1' improvements,claiming alike With increased vigilance does it require against the Administration in the court justice as to bear him charged and! see the attempt
the fur
well of and attachment to expanding. vote priu !
fealty wish revive the
,. 3 the interest and good will of all, has nevertheless! a s a* common or even to slavery question, but it
Union I shall be disposed BO far as own action is m to cultivate l the cardinal virtues of public frugality t ter. That charge sustainedwitb bavingset naught the solemn
1 1'' been the basis of much political discussion, and hal my paper, through its Washington correspondent iu isted that ar some future time they will show tl*r

b I :: stood as a deep graven line (division between state's-. concerned to follow the lights of tho Constitution, aseXp'undl.d and official conducted integrity that and settled purity.conviction Public affair shall ;is distressingly mad over its disappointment at pledge on which he was carried into office. That in :I want of sincerity and fidelity, and upon this suspieioa

t: men of eminent ability and patriotism. The rule of and illustrated by UIOFC, whose opinions i ought to be so th.it ai short of the the result. We a his appointments he has made some selection front a'J I 'J'Jmong m insisted that the (linen of the patti hall be jio-
., the standard of the entire Union nothing quote specimen :
t if j strict construction of all de-legated by the States and expositions constitute my politIcal pervade ken up, and a new union adopted,wain sha1lzshhe
I '\: the general government powers has arrayed itself, from faith; in regard to the powers of the federal govern highest tone and standard of public morality marks The question of Public I'rillter'aa decided in favor those who were supporters of Van Buren in t suspected member from fellowship and ..tteosnize *
,, i'{4't 1 time to time spiiin thc rapid of expenditure l1l! nt. It is, 1 trust, not necessary to nay, that no every part of the administration and I legislation of the of General Armstrong, of the Union, by nearly a ,1848, is true, but not a single instance can be shown I none a* democrat but those who are admitted tt
I.t. progress
:' q {t from the national treasury on works of a local character grandeur of enterprise, and no present urgent induce general Government. Thus 'llIlhe Federal system: full party vote. Some four or five New Yorkers, and 3 3a where patronage has been bestowed on one who is not be honest and faithful by these self-constituted norf.els .

.1 f within the States. Memorable as an in nient promising popular favor, will lead inc to disregard whatever expansion time and pi ogress may give It. few Virginian voting for Beverly Tucker, and the pledged to abide by those of pure nationality. This reasoniag might hart
epoch final
measures settlement
I 4 ), ::; r-t the history of this subject is the message of President these lights, or to depart from that path, which continue more and more deeply rooted in the love and whigs for the Jntrlligcncer. It shows a good deal or of the as a been potent b 1849, 1850, 1851 and io 1852 ; it wool* *

.f .Uckson, of 27th of May, I$30( which met the evpericncc has proved to be safe, and which is new confidence of the people. Christian forbearance on the part of those national slavery difficulty. The President's motive have been munch more appropriate than at the pmeotlime.

'., !i.. 4 1 ;., of internal improvement in its comparative infancy system; j' radiant with tho glow of prosperity and lC'gitimateconl That wise economy which 5 iM as far removed from democrats who have been the target for the Union't in his appointments baa been to harmonize the l It is now badly timed, and come* with a bad

.. )" 'J but so rapid had been its growth that the titulional progress. We can afford to wait, but parsimony us from corrupt and (corrupting extravagance abu', that they have so easily forgotten it. It is, : country, to soothe irritations, and bring back a healthy. grace from politicians who originated and pressed a*

.:1'w I ';\ year ,r (. e cannot afford to overlook the ark of our security. -that single regard for the public good, whie-1 j perhaps, the effect of party discipline or cowardice- tone ; but this could not bedone without out-and-out coalition in 1849 with freesr>il rs,tool tie
.b .. : : It h of to will frown upon all attempts to approach the tre-a!urj' it don't much matter Lich. I proscribing i
.1 ,: had risen to the alarming amount of more than oneS no part my purpose give prominence chances and benefits of the coalition until it was eat-
::. hundred millions of dollars any mbject, which may properly bo regarded a* seat with insidious projects. of private interest cloaked under : Poor Bennett he never will get over the snubbing proscription. Had he pursued different course- v rted into a ce>rdiar union'upon principles! ,and then

'J It i In that message the President admitted: difficulty rest by the deliberate j judgment of the people. Bu public pretext*- that sound fiv Administration,: he received on account of the French Mission. bad be refused recognize democrats some of those repudiated it at the very threshold of adcsnociaiie administration

J ,. bringing back the operations!of the tIC government while the present is bright with promise, and the fu.th in tho legislative department guards ng.iinv A who planted themselves on tie platform laid down at :I The course of the democracy is plainly
Washington writes
demand and inducement for the e dangerous temptations I incident, to 'crflowing.revenue correspondent .
full '
the construction of the Constitution t ure lighteel union
t in 1708. Baltimore I by past experience; our tb
up because up upon
in. *
b. ".'.,' 'I t and mal'ho it as nn admonitory proof of Il't the necessityof of active intelligence, the past can never be without and in the Executive maintains an unsleeping Time New York Ilarttt" are docile and quiet They they were untrue to their party I terms and principle of the Baltktore platform oust

I I; .' guarding that instrument with hWpJcss vigilance I useful! lessons of admonition' and instruction. If its l watchfulness against the tendency (Jf all nationrr number about MX votes. They t.Kk no part either iu 1848.I instead of consulting the peace and quiet of the I be preserved ; and if the malcontents of Sew Task

.. -: -. against the authority uf precedent which had not the I dangers! serve not as be-awns, they will evidently fail expenditure to extrl\\'nance-while they are adinite the caucus or election to-elay. Cutting an,1 l Maurice country, lie would have encouraged agitation, and I are determined to persevere in their mad rtrw it

f: sanction of it.mutt plainly-defined I lo' fulfil the objeet of a wise dciigi.Vhieii the grave elementary political duties, may, 1 irns-t, be deemed did not vote for Forney. Mike Wash voted loudly for I played directly into the hands of the agitators ; and I ]becomes he imperative duty of all good demoerifst

1. .,' Our government exists andcr a PWl'r between I shall have cloned over all, who are now endeavoring as properly adverted: to and urged, in view ofthc more Young. This w a good l taginning for Mike, who has the of j A) see that the infection shall not spread berwd the
great 1852 far
;, sovereign uniting for specific compact to to meet the obligations of duty, the year 1850 will be i impressive sense of that nece SMIV, \\ hich is dire-ell;y so much reputation for honesty and true democracy peace victory" so from proving i infected locality. The democratic party can m.taiats

", o:' tlieir! general agent.Slat If!then, in the of grants its administration I re-curred to as a peiiod, filled with anxious apprehen suggested by the considerations now ;presentd. that much is expected of him. a blessing to tLe country in harmonizing public i ascendancy /M
'.., there have been departures progress from the I sion. A successful war bad just terminated. Peace Since the adjournment of Congress, the VkePresidcnt -: 44 Mike" voted for the Rev. Miss Antoinette Brown sentiment, would have resulted in a disastrous continuation its ascendancy viA New York discord kt its

."; I terms and intent of the compact it is, and Mill ever brought with it a vast augmentation of territory. Dis. i of the IT uitl.d5talt baa j II issJ from the sceneiof & for Chaplain of the House. lie is one of the men of of the sectional dispute. Who cannot seethis ranks.

g. be, proper to refer back tn she! fined ian 4 :..'t.: our fathers left us, and to make a stern effort to conform of one jiortiun of thu confederacy, and involving the sUtiou to which he hht been called by the'vrfcy broad national views'' with whom the man of the A Fast Han.

l.,'..; our action to it. It would scum that tho fact of the Conttitiitional rights of the States. of his countrymen. Having occupied, alniosrvcftitinnousl =: Sthtintl is so anxious to" affiliate"-but" Mike" is fully !- In the Washington Union of the 1st instant, appears The Washington 5/ rgive 4b.

.. S .,, a principle having been rcMstcd from the first by many But, notwithstanding dinvrcnces of opinion and sentiment )' for more than thirty years, a seat in one or the l up to snuff, mid won't be caught with that sort of a succinct and clear exposition of the position ef Moving runnirg
I:, which then existed in relation to details and other of the two Houses of Congress and having by i biographical sketch of one of the speakers at the late
r : f of the wisest and moit patriotic; men of the rvpub- ; chaff. the democratic party at tle time of the meeting of the
I -., ;, ." lie, attd a policy! having provoked constant: strife with. cpefifie provisions, the acquiescence of distinguished h his singular purity and wisdom, secured unbounde Baltimore Convention which reader 'j jubilee in tie city of New York to celebrate the re-
out arriving at a conclusion which can be regarded as (citizens whoso devotion t<> the Union can never bc I confidence and universal respect, his failing health was Mr. Seward introduced resolution into the Senate our will excuse suit in that State-that result being the triumph of

S '!1'' "' I satisfactory to iu. most earnest advocates should suggest doubted, has given renewed vigor to our institutions watched by the nation with painful solicitude. Hi[ a calling on the President for hid plan for modifying the us for quoting. At one comprehensive glance, it justifies S Scwrd wLigism and the jnbOants fcciag "aatiaoaldemocrats.

S,. :. the inquiry whether there may not be a plan like and restored a sense of re-pose and security to the pub. : l loss to the country under all tho circumstances, ha a Federal Judiciary system, as intimated in bin the policy marked out by the President, as being .'*

,0,: : Iv \be cr'hed by happier results.Vithout perceiving lie mind throughout the confederacy. That this repose been justly regarded as irreparable. bearer of message.A i ia exact conformity with the plan of conciliation The Star, referring to the speakers,
from Gen. GadvJen Minister
; 4. auy sound distinction, or intending to assert ) is to buffer no shock during my official term, if I: In compliance with the Act of Congress of March I despatches says:
1 ,1. <' : any principle' as opposed t. irpl'uvlmenL needed for h ave power to avert it, those who have placed me: 12: 18.'3, the oath of office, wan administered, I to him on to Mexico, arrived in Washington confirming the adopted by Convention and as being tbe only Among them, we find a rampant effort ftomtftt

'' i .., the protection of internal commerce which does not h here, may be assured. The wisdom of men who knew the 24th of that month, at Ariadne estate, near Ma filibustering expedition into Lower California. Ceo I course kbest calculated to withdraw the slavery agitation l lips of Mr. Charles W. Corrigan, of PbiladclfLia.

equally apply to improvements upon the seabo.ird for what independence cost-w ho had put all at Make up- tanza, in the Island of Cuba ; but his strength grad GacKlen! lana ordered the United States troops to suppress : i from the future discussions of the party." We whose career affords a fair illustration of the truth of

4 .;- the prlltl'Un of f'reign'C'IIct'CC, I submit to you, tin the i iFcue of the lie\olutionnry struggle I disposed I 'u uallv declined, and was hardly sufiicient to enable him the There is said be quote: what we have repeatedly written concerning this animus
I to
may not bo safely anticipated that if the of the subject to which I refer, in the only way coiisistent 1 to return to his home in Alabama, where, on the ISt l expedition. a perfect actuating those very disinterested patriots, fc ,

.. .." .I policy were once settled :against appropriations by the with the union of these States, and with the march I : t calm and peaceful way, his understanding between Santa Anna and tbe American When the Baltimore Convention assembled the claiming to be better democrats than the administration -

:.J. general government for local il/ruvtll'nt! for the : of power and prosperity which has made us what we : 1 1arc. l long and eminently useful career was terminated.Kiitcrtaiiiinz Minister.'i democratic party was split iuto three dictiuct divl-kms I are rudly very busy in the work satisying tb*

0 < : 1, benefit of commerce, localities requiting expenditureswould I I unlimited confidence in lour 1ltelli- Up to the 8th, the Committees had not been 'i in regard to the slavery i il*uu, whilst e
t;:1-', not by modes and means clearly legitimate i and It is a significant i fact, that from the adoption of the gent and patriotic devotion to the public interest, an i iu either appointed questions it was a unit. These three divisions I plunder, ilr. Carrigan, on the acccisivn cf PicsieVnt
IIouc. The
:/I .N proper, raise the fund. nece-s-ury)' for such construction L i Constitution until the officers and soldiers of the Uev- I being conscious of no motives on my part which! ar 1 correspondent of the t entertained different and irreconcilable opinions as to Pierce, applied for the post of territorial secretary cf

J as the safety. or other interests of their commerce mightrequire. : olution had passed to their graves, or through the infirmities I not inseparable from the honor and advancement omy 1 New York Tunes says that Mr. Speaker Boyd was the merits of the laws passed in 1850 for tbe settle Minnesota. Failing in that application he at unee

V."I of age and wounds had ceased to participate L I country, I hope it may be my privilege to descry L counseling with his friends about the matter, and re ineut e>f the slavery agitation. Out portion cordially applied for a special mall ageocv. Not obtaining that,

,:. ,: If that can be regarded A a system which in the actively in public affairs, there was not merely a quiet and secure, not only jour cordial co operation in great I marks approved the compromise measures as doing justice he next applied for a clerkship 'iu the effiee of the navy

I experience of more than thirty years, has at no time> acquiescence in, but a prompt vindication of, the conj public measures, but also those relations of mutual confidence The to both sections of the Uni.u ; another portion denounced agent at Philadelphia. Being defeated in that ap-
task ii
r ,. oCommanded the public judgement as to give it the I j j''stitutional rights of the Staters. The rl'Sen'll/lJ\H'rs \ and regard: which it it always so < ..ir.blo to L a difficult one, because there. are *o many them as grossly unjust to the rights of the placation also, Lc then became a caneliJate for the dem-
4 .
; i character of a settled policy, which though it has proelueefl were scrupulously: rUj.t'c1l.d0 statesman put forth cultivate between members of co-ordinate branches of new members. Mr. Phelp[ Breckenridge, or Geo.; South ; whilst the third portion repudiated them fur eicratic nomination for State senator fur the county of

' .t I, ) Borne works clo.ded has been ( :the narrow \icw* of casuist* to j justify interference ii the Government.Washington Jones will probably be Chairman of the Committee I f their alleged concessions to Southern interest These PhiladefpLia, and was overwhelmingly defeated fcy
( WHY iirxl
I ; attended with an expenditure quite disproportionate : agitation, but the spirit of the compact was regarded as FltA.NKLl PlERCK. Mran It U expected that the Chairman three conflicting division were represented by their Itbe popular vote iu making that nomjoalion-the can-

:.4 to their value-and has resulted in .qiuudering Urge J sacred in the eye of l-onor, and iuJisH-nfab'.c| : for th Cgreat H. C.. 1),'. 5, 1 Mt; of the Semite. Committee will be Sir. Ma "n ; on Foreu .5 respective delegates iu the cemveutioii, and their differences I d date bring nominated by opening a. poll for the re-

sums upon objects which have answered no ,'alu"Llepurpolctlt experiment of civil liberty, which) environed U Relations.! Mr. Butler; Judiciary, Mr. Hunter; bad to be harmonized to give any Lope of success iception oftLtf ballot m'falI the- mocTatie voters of

j, *. interests of all the fjiites require it to \\ith inherent difficulties, w.ia j ct borne forward in apparent Finance. Mr. Httmlin; COl1lmerce, biclcli; Army, to their nomination. The delegate were deeply tbe district Still later Mr.Carrigan beeaaae a dtmociatic -

,'I b b. unless hnpes be indulged for the weakness by a power buperior to all obstacles. Mr. fwin ; Navy, Mr. Douglass ; Territories, ilr.Dodge impressed with the necessity of union upon a common I candidate for district COmmissbflcr of bis ward.

I LI' future, Avhich find no warrant miy in the pat-t. L I There is no condemnation which the voice of Free- f1iiribian & |0 rnal.c (f Iowa ; Public Lands, )fr.Bright ; Roads and 1 platform of principles, and they met together in a aud received but a beggerly portion of his aumim1erty's

.4 : \"th an anxious dct>ire for the completion of the din will not pronounce upon! us should wu prove faithless Canals. Mr. Wright ; Manufactures. Mr. Mallory I ; Pun I spirit of fraternal kindness and conciliation, which p vote. Mr. Carrkrau is emphatically a &*t man

S works which are regarded by all good citizens with I to this great trurt.I -.-- -_ ._____.._.n '- -. -.., ting. Mr. Tho npsnii of New Jersey ; Public Building I, could alone reconcile their discordant p-sitions. The at least in the way of vt&ec seeking, aa ail nao isad

I sincere intercut I have deemed it duty to iu.k at j While men inhabiting different parts of this vast continent a. TALLAHASSEE : Mr. James ; Patent Office, Mr. Pierce ; Library, Mr. 'friends of the compromise saw at once that there our short narrative of his place-hunting carter liue-n
my t l Norris of the District of Columbia could be no agreement upon a proposition i to the 4th of March last realize. Mr.
r1-i your fca.ds a de-liberato ('ul"id"rati.J of the question I, can no more be expected to hold the sameopir.-i '-'- --- approve must By-t be-by.
with a hope that, animated by a desire to promote the imif, or entertain the same sentiments than every variety tbe measures of adjustment.' The enemies of the compromise Canigan was, in 1848, one of the editors and proprietors

;c : 4..j permanent and bubbtantial ink-re-Mi of the country, of climate or soil can be expected to furnish th I Saturday December 17, 1853.TERMS. Sale of Lands by the State Register- saw and conceded that there could be no unloti of the Philadelphia Spirit of the Tinea, then

'I' : your wisdom may prove equal to the task of devising'nd ,J 1 same Azriculturall'l'u 1 uet'l, they can unite in a eon I. j! ==- =- .-. = -.- = Several thousand acres of State Land advertised upon tbe proposition to oppose the adjustment, either a free-soil organ. B uag at this time not iu.'re than
and! are as unjust to tbe North or South. Neither division 27 of when Jackson went out of effie Le
*. maturing Illal, which, applied to this subject; : mon object common principles esse nlial I to years age
S may' promise something: better than: constant strife, I the maintenance of that object. The gallant men of .-Three Dollars per annum if paid in i for sale by the Register, D. S. Walker, lying in Es. was expected to be willing to yield its distinctive i 'was but 10 years old, tbongb according to the New

the suspension of the powers of local ( the L I the S ,ut.h and the North could ttand together during advance; (3 SO if paid within six months of tbe time cambia County, contiguous to the Peiuracohi and Montgomery opinion and to adopt one entirely antagonistic; but rp r York National Democrat. be was a staunch political
; I .ttrpril of subscribing : mm 400 at the cud of the Advertisements. I- I email division vat itnimatid by aevmmon desire to of the1 Old Were.'"
exciting of vtin hopes, and the disappointment of chtr- I the struggle of the Revolution ; they could stand together ; year. Railroad. It is matter of gratification to i supporter
shied in the One Dollar per squareof I 12 lines fe>r first, t I withdraw the tlarery agitation from the future difcitttiont "hard
cxpccUti ons. more trying period which fcuccee-ded the !' The antecedents of several of the other patriot
HM'1 and fifty Cents for all subsequent iWlert lJ Announcements learn, as we do from conversations with the Register, of tie parly. This sentiment, which pervaded
In expending the made clangor ofarms. As their united valor III.
appropriations the last was in with
by now so busy charging
Congress several have all the trials of the and of of candidates, Five Dollars each.a/vay(* that the demand for land in all parts of the State, but tbe entire delegation furnished the basis of a compromise -
case silica in dangers the field
relation camp
I to
.' }4'U' to b* raid in advance. Ueligiouh. Obituary ami Marriage in and I which resulted iu the attainment of a union of not being sufficiently national, are somewhat on a par
works for the improvement of harbors, which involvequestien so their united wisdom proved equal to the greater particularly tbe Counties of Jackson, 3Iarion
Notices, not exceeding 12 lineewill be the party. It was strongly felt and freely admitted with those of this Mr. Charles W. There is
I ; the task of founding and broad : publishedgratis. Canigan.
I"H"V a to right of soil and jurisdiction, and upon a deep basis, institutions No Hernando, into which a heavy tide of emigration is all hands that the had
certificates > slavery resulted in
J3y of the i ( n agitation
; ?" havethreatened conflict which it has been publication of estate C. Edward Lester who abolition to
between the of the our privilege to enjoy and will was an delegate
L ''& '!' State and general The authority) I ever be our most sacred duty to sustain.It or legal notices of any description will be gh'en'J1ltil flowing his been very good during the year past S nothing but evil and disaster to the party, whilst it
gov right j the London Convention there.
coi ii. in 1 MO
rlm'nt. t the had jeoparded the existence of the federal Anti-Slavery or
fee is Union.
4'M" advertising i'aid. The hut from tbe dated 31st October very
struct a breakwater, jetty or dam i is but the feeble expression of a faith and report Register was
: woul seem, necessarily 1 strong To ave the democratic from disorganization about* : afterwards the of Gen. Pierce and
party eulogist ,
: ;: to carry with it the power protect and'' universal, to say that their eons, whose blood mingled: ----S .. .-- r-.' 1852' since which time, and up to the 10th in- and it permanent -
restore to cordial Union
mr J I preserve such construction,. This can only be !B. J often1llOn the same field, duiing the war of 1812, The lIon. STtrucx R. MALLORY, U. S. Senator;from sLant, something like 60,000 acres chiefly Internal I that would command a the approval upon of all principles its-I Uien an applicant for federal bounty. Being dbap-
: tually done by having jurisdiction over the soil. ut !1110 who have more recently borne in triumph th log Florida pointed, he ends in attacking the administration
0 4'ji reached this city on Friday e\euintfo/Uwt: t Improvement Lands have been sold!, yielding to the members, was the grand object to be attained. Every
< no clause ef the Constitution is found on which to rest of the country upon| a foreign soil, will never pa r- week from I true democrat cultivates the belief that through the New York Herald and calling fur a union
: the claim of the United States exercise : mit alieirition of feeling to weaken the of their Key \Veht via St. Marks. He remained a State in cash $56,187.73, and in bon.ls. $73,138.85, habitually
t jurisdictionover : power the federal Union and the democratic between the national and hard i
i--f the soil, except that conferred by the ar c. united trlortu, nor internal difwentions to paralyzdlthe j welcome guest for several lav8] receiving the visits making in the aggregate the handsome! .sum of f 181,- identified. This party are insep- whig
11 I tTrKJ' tion. It is, ,then submitted whether dgltt great arm (,f freedom uplifted for the vindication and of the I erably sentiment pervaded the delegates the step of Lester, comes Mr.C. C. Burr, a frewoillecturer
in of partaking office for
c 11 cases I hospitality of
where constructions are t b erected by gel'r:1g"vcrnmlt | .clr' Ovt.'nHnCl't. Wednesday left Washington City by way of mxciiig a fraction over thirteen months. This w cer out its legitlnatc results-COMPROMISE AND 1.1'10- l in 1948, then the editor of the tfatwnul

I the right o 8il should not first be obtained I have thus briefly presented such suggestions as I Quiucy. exhibit newell asan earnest that the even before the Convention was assembled. Patriots Democrat and finally the aisa3ant of the Presy land
tainly a cheering ,
S.$ -/.J-P-: and l legislative provision b made t cover a al seem to me especially worthy of your consideration. ._- of enlarged views felt that the fate of the federal Uninvolved advocate for union with the u national" And it
the State the
,; : : such case*. In providing for the present, you can hardly fail to avail inuificciit Land Fund donated to by ion
was in the union of the
I For the progress male in the construction of rod*I yourselves of the light which the experience oft( The President's Message. Federal Government soon to be largely augmented by at Baltimore, and th"y felt and acted democratic on the conviction party j U with men of such broad national view1 ai tbesc

within the territories, as for in the appropriations past casts upon the future. This Iu, Lands will become in that there that the South ia gravely invited to -affiliate T 'Da
pr'idc anxiously kell.rur5tate whk-h we Swamp and Overflowed! pro- could be no union of the democracy whilst
.. :j of the last 1 to t.e of The growth of our population has now brought i us. paper time i is told when shall tale UKJB
Cngr rtflr you report before die works of Internal Im the slavery question was recognized come, we are we
lay readers for
the of in the destined enreer of national of the Mnridian to.day, if it celis of time a reliable basis as a legitimate
5 t41t S Secretary our history to a point party issue. To the expulsion of this fatal element ol f to our bosom and make them the champion oi our
is at which it will behoove popsesvts no other merit in the either aids to private capital, or as the
ono subject of a domestic natcre, which us to expand our vision over eyes of those :who imagine movement, as discord from the of the
i 4' from it intrinsic importance, ami,! the many interesting,;I the vast prospective.The that no good I can come out of Nazareth," will menus to warrant State enterprises. By a resolution blest statesmen that pale ever honored party our, some national of the name no I principle and war right For cue. we bop to be

.1 questions fail of future policy which it involves, cannot successive decennial returns of the*'census since certainly bu commended! (IIr one thing-iu &revilyi -- of the last General Assembly, the State Treasurer was : directed all their energies.The excused. We prefer other associates.
'I : to receive your early attention. 1 allude the adoption of the Constitution have revealed
to the
I .k: means o communication, by which different parts of r e law of steady progressive development, which may : and' i in this, respect ifiu no oihes, it is assuredly charged with the duty of collecting the bonds given for proposition on which the delegates harmonize tI: fftmbolt ashore
Steamer von
; ici.i the expanse of our country arc to bo placed in I stated, in general terms, as a duplication: every qw ir- model Message. But taken as a whole w*' hardly and between tho 6th January, 1851, and the 5th January was tile result of earnest and repeated consultations The U. S. Mail ,
closer connexion for both defence tar Carried forward think the between democrats who entertained : near Halifax, on the night of the ft b inst, aad is a total
purposes and com; j century. from the point alreadyT bitterest opponent of the adiniuistraUon 1853, and we are informed by that officer that widely differen
1: mercial intercourse and reached for short views to the merits of the live lost and the saved, al
u No ,
.iiorecspeeiaflysuehi as only a period of time as applicable can find in it any reasonable ground for out of something like 100,000 placed in his office, s I. compromise measure- wreck. cargo
tain to the commuuicatiou of those great di\'iliols of to the existence of a nation, this law of progress, if unchecked i oldeetion.Plnin. ) -- It was impossible to agree upon any proposition of it was damaged.At .
though a portion
I j 4I tbe Union, which lie on the ojpoeitc sides of tho Rocky will bring us to almost incredible result sensible, and thoroughly American," in tbe bout f 75,000 have been realized in cash. The demand which required either the advocates or the opponents

Mountains. A large allowance for a diminished proportional ef- language of tbe Baltimore Sun, it is jmt such a document for land not only continue*, but is perceptibly of these measures to surrender their opinions and acknowledge Erie, Pa, oo tbe 5tb, a great mob occurred o*

D,4. .' .. That the government haz no been unmindful of this feet of emigration would not very materially reduce as should emanate from the Clitf Magistrateof ucrcasing-a sure indication that Florida is becoming I that they had been in error. Upon sue!11 account of an attempt to alter the guageof ta* WZroad -

/I 1tereworc, is apparent fro the aid it has afforded,, the estimate, while the increase average duration of a great and from to be I a proposition the disorganization and disruption of tile from the state line. The track was torn "IX ***
p Republic, appreciated as a planting Letters flow
one, too ,wboisatthesame country.
through human life known have inevitable. If the Lac d
appropriations for mail facilities and other to already resulted from the party.were Baltimore platform hand of the
if plp. But the general subject wi now present scientific and hygienic improvements of the past fifty time no more than a co,ordinate branch of the uto the Register's office by every mail with *ppli *- xpreMll approved or d lappror ( the Compromise:, tbe train* stopped. Tbe Depot i* ia tfce with* hi*

I' will tend to Government. We like it tions for locations the the nominee would have met with ceitain defeat mob and the Depot master berlyapsd
# i-fii a"pCt more imposing more purely: years, keep up through the next fifty, or for it* rapid, comlJl'cheosieIttatement.ita accompanied by requisite sums,
national, by of the ordered ; perhaps hundred, the same ratio growth which I hnlbeen The friends of the measures of adjustment never bad(I
; 1,3L; survey by (01. temperate, conciliatory tone._.its modest and the Register remarks it as a circumstance highly life.In
gress, and now I in the process completion fur thus revealed in our post progress and to the influence the sa-engUi to elect a President ; and this fact ought, Wisconsin, homesteads werth 11,000 are exempt
com; ;; and ,
ts munication by railway aero the continent, and whol- of these causes may be added the influx of laboring dignified suggestions and recommenJltions t tots creditable to ihe mail carriers, post masters, clerks, to impress itself with force upon the minds of thee from execution.

4 ,1R;.. ly within the limit of tie United Sttes. niasoe from Eastern Asia to tho Pacific side the Legislative Department-and above all, for Jc. that all bough tho remittances in many of these democrats who claim from the administration more The Charleston Courier of the 8th, notices the rtcciptof -

1jJf1 The power t declare "a to and support a ar.re of our possessions, together with the probable accession hearty enunciation of the conservative'principles applications are frequently put in so | carelessly t consideration towards the original advocate of tbe and

to provide and maintain a navy, and t call forth of the jtopulatioiis already existing in other parts taught by the fathers of Republicanism and embodied (that the filthy stuff" may be seen without breaking Compromise than they are supposed to have received.On L some of the local specimen of lemon

,ts.t e e"ut the laws, suppress insurrectionsand of our hemisphere, which, within the period in question in the ever glorious Resolutions of the seal not dollar Las been lost the other hand, if all the opponents of the laws of limes it bass en, grown in SL Lncie CO.inthis Slat
93.We a
.5 repl aU ID &conferred upon Congress, as will feel, with yearly increasing force, the natural adjustment could have united on a nomination, (;a The same paper also Mate that a stalk of Sea Island
: provide the attraction of are gratified to observe thing wholly impracticable.) they could have had nobope
defence vast and
common so powerful that
men. t fo ,and to prosperous a con- the Message receives been sect it,
Jacksonville ha
Yellow Fever at Cotton
pro Tampa.-J. letter from near ,
aid private a of It in the cordial union f grown
e.. Wt territory a population now widespread and ederation of self-governing Republicans, and will t themeed of praise from success. was only o
J .:; aT' vastly multiplied.! A* ;incidental to and indispensable the privilege of being admitted within its safe and hap led the We many leading papers eitzen of Tampa, dated 4th instant says-" Tlxf fever the democracy that a democratic triumph could be secured which measures tevtitteen ieeLKf
r among opposition.
for the exercise of this power, it must sometimes be py bosom transfering with themselves, by a peaceful quote a few specimen continues to carry off our friends, but we have had a ; and it was only upon the proposition of aequi;i-

I ueoeeury to CDUUc military road and protect har and healthy process incorporation, spacious regions The Baltimore American says quite expTiciUy. North-West wind for the last two or three days and escence in the Compromise that such as a final settlement of th:< Tbe epidemic, having run a three months
14 hors appropriation by Congress for of virgin and exuberant soil which destined We cannot of discuss slavery agitation a union could be attainee believe 5.s1l ehecked.
are course
to the i. eonfidenUy
I tt"ug. topr. treated of two light frost, and hope the worst is r.From the course, now-. w* ;
and earnest consultations
0 t'r free which
uch took
<., sound objection can be raised. warm with the fast growing and fast spreading t nil.lions by the Message at this time, but we take inlaying place the seeds of the disease wire not pesvuusly, dcIf -
I 3 :; pily fo our cunt it peaceful policy and !Ilap of our race. that whilst i its style! and temper are pleasure worthy oapprobation I same letter we are pained to learn that J. T. Magbee, prior to the meeting of Uie convention made this fac the rain and heavy blow on Thnraday authFriJsy

;- :+1r. creasing i impose upon us no urgent neoeityfor Tltese considerations seem fully to justify the presumption .- the nationality of its doctrine* in maintaining Esq Deputy Collector of the port was lying dangerously palpable and impressed every democrat wi h the conviction i last with the cold weather and heavy frotta
I preparations,and I leave but few trackless deserts that the law of population above the of citizens with that we to choose between division .ux killed ttenx
S stated, will rights our ,-in restraining di the fever, with slight hopes of recovery. since, must have completely
between assailable continue to act with undiminished predations defeat on the one band, and union and victory tbe sad
t point and a patriotic people ever effect through tat agauut other nations,-iu protection and i developing on The two case mentioned hi ow lat are well.
ready and generally able to least the next half century and that other. To unite upon the policy of acquiescence required of fever of
ift' protect them. These nccaary j thousand of>r our distant acquiaitiaw,-in I the Another we have not now a case any description
'm' link, the enterpri and energy of our people, oils who have already arrived at maturity and are general supervision of our domesti interest Sand a. Arrival. no sacrifice of principles; it only required th* our town. In our next we hall DublUh the Handiif

tt are steadily and boldh/' struggling to *uppy.| All cxI now exercising the right*.of freemen, will ciUllO theii: Love all, in pledging himself to maintain the, The Steamer Arctic reached New York on the 12th exercise of forbearance and conciliation to effect a compromise all the person who have died in Tfew Port sine lbs

perience affirms that, wherever private enterprise will eyes on the spectacle! of more than one hundred r mil measures, and) to see that Uiejcpwe which compromise be inst, with Liverpool date. to the 30tb ult The cotton upon a middle ground, on which all con Id breaking out of tbe epidemic.Ntwpert I .ji1: : an.il, it Is most wise for the general lion of population embraced within the has succeeded the meet and agree to LET BY-OOSES BX aYoozL" Acquiescence
government t tc majestic proportion adoption of these measures I market wa firm, with 20,000 bag sold for t Ihe 14. ,
leave to that and individual watchftilue the location of the American Union. It i iI not merely I lball.offer, no check during" hi. official tirm" '"i i r in the quality of the Compromise was tha b hut .d**
Since town
three further our con (espeeally
: ef all day previous to. her sailing. Nothing middle
.z.ocdon and
of ground it the union cordiaa
: -. mean conmunieatioa. an interesting topio of speculation that I present the*e be shall have power to avert .".( vortfir'of all I upon wa a* u. ha been nh'vence
the day,)
( The survey before alluded to were designed to ascertain view for your consideration. They have important t commendation and rap port. Indeed rfdministration thee respecting the war io the East. Tbe Porte u aid to the triumph which followed it was complete.it pmst *
t Ma of a large number .f Mesa:
the moat practicable and economical route for practical bearings upon all the political duties we State paper of an 'wbot t kY haIrf : decline 'opening negotiations with Russia. Englandand Whilst did not undertake to decide whether tbe oureountry
.,4 railroad.ra,.the river called Heretofore written friend of Compromise or its opponent had been right, themwuafawproportioriof
1' i Mississippi &> the Pacific upon perform. our system I ogovernment so little that even his political eoMoenU can I Fiance have concluded treaty to maintain the on, for there i is no danger now ftosm"y
e ocean. Partie are now in the field ha worked on what be termed condemn, the future historian it furnished to both a common status on which all
making explora- may I I will be at Ml to imag fbe
done wber. previous examination had not mpplied miniature scale, in companion with the development, be why such an Administration should a hove n.. integrity of Turkey and Austria and Prussia baa been lure attempt to reopen the slavery agitation could ha* taken his departure for hiahom* iathe

v .uftkiient data and where there wa the beat reasor which it must thus assume, within a future ao near a t enced so great a loss of party coofideoo or exp such invited to join therein. Prussia, however, fele"eaher refuaoed, and abolitionism ia every phase be expunged never we hope to return IML

t to hope tbe bjectaonght might be found. Theme sns hand.u scarcely to be beyond. present of the ex diminution of legislative strength right to act according to her interest, and Austria, from the organization of the party. This wa the _ _ __ _ _
and time being both limited' it i I. not to be ted {ting generation. The National grand achievement of the Baltimore Convention-it 1U3-Th d1'
ezpec Iiittlligcncrr it is said ha fence to concentrate coTroN.-Deeeiwkr 10
: u quite M emphatic.It .- actually aent large ,. of ,
crushed out" the element fri
4 fiat all the aeoorale knowledge deaired will be obtained daogerou iose4.p"
the market with which ,
j : It 1 1a evident that a confederation ao vnt and w says: in CrotiL Boilism the dcmocratie and ebe our **-? *
varied from t
W t it i II hoped that muck and party np '
important i.rorma1Ioa'wUI "*
ed the ef the *
j >e added to the stack preY OUl.r poeaeeaedad both in number and In territorial extent, in ha u Without attempting at present any thing like 1 The son of the Hon. P. Soule, at a ball] given bj the way to a restoration of those fraternal feeling 1 between for the during three early tariaotf there ha bssie! W. W ,
i *
(Jut partial if AO& foil rtporu of the bit and Interests, eoald only be kept in national 00 review of this important exposition of the Mate of thee French Minister at Madrid made an assault upon I the the North and the South on which alone the day p fbi tb. T

iv. lit dereAjriU be reeeiw la lime Wlraumiiakm aarveys or- heion bv the *tncteet fidelity to the principle of Nation, and of the views entertained by the Presideolupoa Duke Alva brother-in-law to the French Empreas on federal Union can be mwtained. at fbUiadvat oVallgrade* *IP5&"li1tb.citJamocatt

I LIIN.tCOS&TiN\Ibsorsth.5ratMoa, to th Da tuUun u understood by those who have idh red particular question of national poUey, we may account of his having uttered disparagingremark* If we are right in these views, (and w* think they amount to 46 bales, pnois IODs ..

4 *. T M nirad by the day. ti the mart restricted construction of tbe power granted be allowed to say that, aa a whole tie perusal c 411! relative the dreas of ).:Soule. Mr. Soule our are incontrovertible,) our path of duty and of interest 7J
in I1"z't The act of appropria 1 by the people and in the vtate. Interpreted ind bat afforded oc gratification in many thiogsr_eod e renAl Minister, interfered in the matter, which created considerable a* a party i I5 relieved of all obseutflyor embarrass 4,280 tbe same pesiod last 7'*

I: 4M. in&grntuJebfthe and doubtless cateritriae contemplatei! applied according to the. principle, the great com. agreeable disappointment iu some....leaving IN Ii excitement Young Soul*, iterward ch ah. ment. We have but to adhere with fidelity amiceri s ,. bF..d.-.W bais "
%. KM- .. vjll oouliuue to vieitc, a ptrt adapt itself with healthy tAIlS and freedom to p ai to regret but iU opinioiw, differing fan Mile I 01 1 cDpi the Dfc, who declined the invitation. y to the pqlicy on whiOt our union wu effected i torepoatt1ziswd.



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I '- S ip.,:lnn5. a Brufisvlck City, Ceergia MantleiMUid. 'Talmai. i w FIRM. NEW GOODS. p.. B. BRO1tW'. ?' 1LIIEIY -ATTKNTtdfftV35S9ajatTiost: -' ".:-i ;,

PORT OF ST. MARKS. Large and Peremptory Sale of Building Lou RICH Embroidered Mantles irm'a1 l colors .. ;::.N W' ;.-' All MU nHfis -WimAbtt"I
in the City of Rmnncicl; State of Gtor;ia. Dutch I' Mantles (VeJvet Trimmed) HAND \ it 1.d.wu 1.
f "A'RRI 44 .4 Fringe doE MOSTbeiitjM ._. bs 0'lMIafr4
and ,rvied'oswt.rRt of TALLAHASSEE FLOEIDA.rpH !
TIlE proprietors of the city of Brunswick btreby .do A GOODS which \\3rt9Bfi fw t odMsortent .
will .
1-it be
f.JIJlow -
mpreN. for
r, s CASH and s1-s
Jtt.lo.-ic tr. Galveston notice Uint a saleof five hundred eligible Plain and Embroidered Silk Talmas, for .v.roductitntA I 1OIe-.e.. : .
of the Piwimtar vrnddm- : .
JnLrp J.l .D yJ.-rinfth; } New Orleans. lot'''i1l.tllkc auction countrat a small advance .
the .
ll8t place,br public at Ogle- Black Cloth Tulmas, on tbe original :
cost at the ron.'JH.oda ..
vLJ p.:;::: Ui ni pe IIorr.. in 'eaid (c-itv. on Thnfsy, rl.e'lCth day Lavender Colored Mantles Velvet Trimmed. ', cfnp D4 -
Cath and pub!. that .. 1naeitIng*.
i.f -
Janunr .
KV-ir York.tpj : ISM at 12 .Yelock M. Taale will bMxi ExcJumge.Romm of .
Ptd.10.-Dk.I iUwjecaatwi. Ida large Brick'Stables, at the old -. .g1y1 .
<, do I. M
| ive *o.the"liigl.e t Udder lejui*-Otte-thiid HOD S Z1igs
IbDdit It Pettis, ,tb-1J14, fjslwi ''t'I tiSUl TOB ,I10 ;AU-h. and two-thirds iu undtwo Gents Ready-Made ClothingO -. GltISSS. iO TT prepared to *ommodaU his ocII.... :4. a fI '
tLW'.I'O ID.i 2 bundled. and \-. deer skins, tile..rwiuiijiii.f .one ,' He also has attached to his Stable.' .. s.111& '. .
.')a rs. Title ftC'L The: port and site of 1runsw UPEU Blue and Black Overcoats, .. : BCCCESSOBA TOSCOTT fsd 'ReM : -
sgS drv bid**- I .J" Brown and Overcoats smith Shop. here he will have deae an .. .
ivk 11.ldIt commercial maratinie advcntcgt Mulberry ,. "W. : s.JftI& .
p; : .
superior -9
= .
WET TO SEA. t -- A CO.' Plantation work Horse and ..,
I ti> tllusc'l'r( c'I.lcJ i by itny otlier smith of Cl e apo.tkc Black and Blue Frock Coats w. ": shoeing, Carriage voile.] .. -45'tw
SUanwbip, J. K Day Smith, Key West Tbe. climate is the Brown and Olh'c" .IUII'; ery f'ZertioD-rtDderd.len wit iu the vcnr beet .manner and with 'promptness sad --- ..
11. healthy water _
We. : Bay. ; pure. ,tt..i tovcmW ::
; Tweed Ooata, of Color v' 1" efi"tl .pI !'l"twiMnI-JW'IIJfl cr!dA/s, dis pt hft5-Goad4. : : :" : '
IS POUT.BarkFrar lI'utUler particulars, vitb maps &. maybe had at every in goods .-wBlitMWTate8t 5,1855 1 ;'

f"'or, IVciier.I5rir .:thc office of the CQn.pt.nY-1.I Broadway, New. Yoik, Clouded do do do ed stjUta,- HUi LOWEST CASH P1UCES.ppru v. .- 44 .t If TACOJTET CaftOrfcB, '--"wi*.lrw1ip .
'or of Mr. Juhu Brooks, ageiil Brunsw ick, Cooi ia." t 'I do Blanket Coats. J .
J : Seok '
Brandt J. G. OutiMor14it 4
: t. Anderson Delano w51 eonmmtiy I !
t\cll'\\rr ; 4' Blue and Black Blaskct Coat enlarged and*nnrfd olIlD .
and. ether. Plu S.
WI. C1JAUCEY l',AiJcl11 .bjr.fresh Striped 'I -VaineoakFis .- '. ,:
I embrace '
E gclr.En.pireoik.f III. Murray.. THOMAS A. DKITER Secretary.' "" Cabinet Grey .- do do.do va>tety. guods. deigattded in tb.inarket. Annexed entire t. S.' BERRY; 297Broadway;; ( VoI'd" Gbrtara *V '..7.
DeCt .br [ ', y =
t> 10.U6S.: 49 4tPeneacola i' il.a" -! JQENE AL SCHEDULE '*lawn.V: .
MEMORANDA. ; A.oWeor .
Casimi re do EmbroSderies. PUBLISHER Music-nndx _H .. ..
Laces Ribbons '
IIr.O la".2'kltr'y. .cleared'.at New Or. &. Gto. R. R. Company. Kentucky Jeans do and Trimmings' La Dealer wholesale id. retail in Pianos .
thf J die s' Fine-Dress Goods, Tancy Mantles Bbwl .Dd s i 'MAtt-Rda- -Godi.-: : ,
1 1tt. e fbe ,thict.U TAI.LAHAB.SEE jot December, 1863. Himel ah"Cloth do Cloaks Fashionable Bonnets Gloves Mitt and Hosiery Mcbidions and Music-Agent fur the celebrated t ofl L'K all wool de Lswe -t":. -
I I Petersham do and Substantial linn. Grand and other Pianos made by Hallet aIekssGs1
Directors have diuded rim ptoob of this Heavy Dry Goods, Blankets -
'--- rom 1.' B.Ir--- -
: :: THE A Co BomUritinee.
into Rlmret. ..f Clo thing. Bi-ots and Shoes. Hats and -whose Pianos are a considered superior .
I States % oije liundi(>d dolhrs each, Caps, Bagging I. Yreob' :
DM CourlOfthfjntted to all Jt'id .
tit [ad 1 called f.:1:1 in-t ilirent ofne dollar on eacbKliaie. Gloves. nud Rope, Saddlery Hardware and Cutlery Guns others. Great bargains in New York Pianos, '' a ,. .
and 1 Watered &
the frrthtrn District of ..or.da. be b., Alexander'* Kid (Glove. Nails and Hollow-ware second band Pianos and Melodeona. Music sup- _i
for : to I'lH "11 "r fore tho first day IIC January Crockery Fancy Boxes and PlaiD *
rfr-jr's Black and white Silk Gloves l'a ints Powder Shot and / plied wholesale or retail at the lowest rates. 1'.S. do IfuOff pleeTW A Cofl K.
TflANBEItS.Drc. 10, \53.-It -is hereby' r.- !: iK-st. For greater c.ujvcnii'iice to (fctockboldtr I f Lead. Flour. IVef. Bacon Berry 297
Broadway. Piano
A fadlllfl 11CX| Term "f tlie' Ivt"ct; C'"rtIfcriiitfd p-iviiifnt' will !lot' iccched, in J 2j tin Buckskin do Butter Chetse and all kinds of G,ace let and !'ro vias. P. S. 1L. D. & Co's Eolian to Pianos teL Ranclken1l
have the latest
I Stat !.lIrp"illtt.l by law to beheld at M nratrta:: Ly (isv LM.- Thread ion improved voicing.

1 fallahull't on ti 1ud.vr in January t.ex, le (iuincy, *: Arthur J. Foreman. I3!q, do Drub Beaver Cotton and Tobacco. November 6. 1853. 44 LADIES Em odB'd'Jrf. z.diel Bat StM 114kb.

(flj O: name is hereby |>tpoiied mid ndjuurnvd to i iti. 3 hluti''CJlltWi11iam Dcjilmm. Ee'q, do Sup Chamois Lined Berlin Gloves Liberal advances made on shipments of the above ly CLric II a Tape Bordered -

rHIKD Monday (ICtli( day'of) January next, nt Mafli*ou, Charles Russell, Ksq, do Buck Gauntlets, articles, by HODGKISS
II| 4iVkick A. M, at which last mentioned time it will \j jIt Jafjier, LADIES' Alexander Kid Gloves November 19 1853.. 46 RECEIVING from 200 to 800 boxes of four Collars 6. 1eeY_. .-
do do
held at tie "J pit.l in T&llaitnsoec. Tullihas: Henry L. Ilut ers. E&q, qualities Virginia Manufactured Tobacco direct EMBRT).Cellars Embroidered st"'I' ,
1. H. BUONSON, Judge.Attwt each of whi'inill) bi piepared to w-ue. the piopj do Tbitet do Fresh Supplies. wHuoitou lAce I.
from the Manufacturer whi4iwill be sold loss
this do Taffeta Silk dodo by .
-O. W. HtTcmss. Clerk. d7, 50' St. i .instalment r certificates will to entitle tltll'!kholders.any person The to payment become a of stock. Cashmere dn RECEIVING from the HERALD. ASA SAW quantity, and on time for Good Notes payable lit of S tts of Sleeves & Collar .
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holderutbout prc-viju lubcuptum.13y do Silk' Fleece Lined Gloves, and CUIPOLA. April next. Samples sent wherever desired. i'W
For Lrislmas : ] Extra Northern Flour No. Silks et cetera. .
i order of tbe Bom d. WM. B A ILY, do Bever Gauntlets. 1 Mackerel i Kewpolt Nov. 5, 1S53. 44 DAN. LADD.
are juit receiving from New York and New Pichident. I a Westt.'m" 4 Bbls. : LACE Silks. White Satins .

WE Orleans, a lot of geod things ful'l tbe 1 Christmas j 't"m'Jf"rIt'\,18i3.' 49 tf j Alpaccas, &c. S. F. Kits" PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY VjT Marcelline Silks, 1ack" '

ll'lhJII"Q'I -- -- I. Buck-wheat FlourDried Herring, HARTFORD CONNECTICUT YJorenee" Crape Ltessee .
S.r, liariels} Apjtlff' 40 Boxes Fiesh% Raisins! 2 B,
1 Barrel'Cwtimts.'Pmerxeil Ginger; Bnmdy Blue F.tr. Dairy Cheise, Dried Peaches Capital Stock $300,000 Bl'k Wafd White Silk Illusion,

)Peaches: We t India and American Sweetmeats,! : house f.'nnt''h occupied by Dr. Wiloon I| Painted and Figured Alpacca G( /hi'n Butter Apples, THE undersigned Agent ef tho above Company Brocade" BI.k. : .'

P'lckb. Piue Apple Cheese, Englibh Dairy Cueepc.Backvbeat ii-L tb'Noitb addition Tall bai p.. The sev1al I Black Bombazines. Bacon: Sides, Green prepared to take risks against Fire on buildings White Wafd Blonde ZTetL a
ILIUM-i i. ]larjje aud ('(!!!\<,li"us, an-i lias atUcbcd
Canton Cloth. ShouMem
\ Gwl.en Butter in Kt;:" and 15 Ib. Ki't, Oranges and Dates, and their contents, on ths most favorable terms.F. -
er fine 1< t", with all suitable! out houses. :. For and Tan Colored English, French and Sm Cured Hams.
tow J.eVrrcl, IOt1Lflt!, Sup rir Sherry uud ilatleira i mgr Water Crackers H. FLAGG. Agent. Ribbons & Trimmings.TlONNET 1f
S. ). WiJouI.11'] to tbo editor of tbis
terms apply to German Merino Lard in BbK and "
old Brandy, Spanish Ci lI''. &e.BLHHY Kegs, Butter Tallahassee November 5, 1853. 44
( ROWLES.. 1 paper.Decembers. 44 Parainotta Cloths.Cassimeres Sugar IL Syrup Sugar" & SashrRib'ni. Black Silk Frines. ii
1S53. 48 Jj Taffeta A Satin" Zephyr Worute ar"
December 17. lSFht SO ------- Clarified Sugar, Soda" NEW FALL AND WINTER "
&c. Cmshed Lemon GOODS. Velvet, Cap A Belt Worsted Bindings.White .
Line for Charleston.
Silk Braids assorted A CoFd 1iobti .
Family Groceries. j .r Schooners Til AM and "EM-i I Cas-Mmeref, Philadelphia Jean I I LilaC" Graham Bread THE undersigned begs to announce to bis custo- Whit. Silk Fringe. Snake Cerd A Tape. 'flGlove

froU11\ Turk aud New Oilcans g 1"1JE Hr." daily expected will have iinmedmtr -' ENGLISH CashmarcU, mack Cloth ((for Talmas.) i Rio Coffee. Stewai ts Candies, and the public that be baa just received by

JUSTterwved: .Superfine I'lnt.r, !; ; despatch fir Charleston, the bulk of their j Kentucky Jeans, Tan Colored Cl.th, do Java 8. S. Almonds, all the recent arrivals and is now opening one of the ;Mitts. :' .

Jiuclivbcat, in I nnd J Kc'gs, ,i 1 toady nnd ftir them. clr'j Ohio Brown do do Apple Yinespir, Brazil Nuts most extensive varied and choicest assortment of I
bcinif n..w TV ailing
liit-li PotatreF iind Onn ns. goos \ I Sperm Cujidles, Eng. Walnuts GOODS ever brought to this market. all of which are .ds LADIES sss'd and colored Kid Gin,..
OhetHc, Butter and Laid.Jlaitins tcr "i..hin: to hip l.y t"i'c: -sc1s wi1ll plcace giethoir Ladies Handkerchiefs &c.LAmE AdUl'L" Zante Currants offered on the most reasonable terms. And for Oath, r'J' !! a 46 Silk r-;
oiders at thin' will not rcmaJu in .
t-iife$ t s long Salt :
Cut rant and Citron. Table Onions tte. be will net be undersold by any house in this city. L LJ Beaver 'II. n
pe rt. The' CUlt la.l'na"i1l fulliiw. | ;' Plain] Corded Border! Ilandk'fs .
AIJ50D.iniak 4
Fancy Cimkei in Ivxet, November 5. 1853. 44 D. C. WILSON. Cashmere t
1iolnJ: .lava C Hoc. )1 !AUGHT;I .OH.MOND, Ag 1lts. |I do Hemstitched dodo Table Cloths, Napkins. Tidies, Linen Esig 1 II Buck OanntletU. tfif
i iJ'O..p
13'0'11' al.J Crtiie'I Sunr !I' Newport. T l'I' IJ.ht'r 3.1- S'i3. -- -18 i Scolloped dodo ill g;. Worsted Victorincs, Foulards Mous De Ltiins, Staple Goods. a Bfk Silk JBtts. 1 F

I Embroidered do Fancy Prints L. C. Hdkfs, Emb'd and laid Shawls, I Wonted "
blJiiib and Cundl *, Fresh Rice.
New dc. l'.' eale "bv !j jI I dPlain Mourning dodo Long Shaul! *, Brown Linen, Irish Linen.Bleached and TTENTUCKY Bagging Southern Lowell O''. October 29, 1858. 4S

Strup dc. G {r. J.Mi: ;INNI5S. 'i I. '0 BIlLS now cn

l SLim and Drawers, Fine JV Gunny Cloth, Vaucluse .t

Decernbei' 17. 18 f"I i -Jt I I' ) to airi't i Ill'r ScbiMiticr Utaniii fioi'i Chaileb'ton. I; do FretidiVor1ed dod Bed aDd Crib Blankets, Negro do Ln pys, Domestic j I Bale Rope Virginia New Fan and Winter Goods. x
.Ju _. 3cNAUGUT! A OKMONI). i -> dlJ do Chomizotfes, Plaids and .Stripes Ticking Denims, Satinets Kerseys Cotton & Manila Ropes 3-4 7 8 A 4-4 Shirtings
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"c'\\"p- Docon.l-oi r o. Is:.". 48 j d I ) do Iln l"iiileftlee\es, Osn"burgio&I Rope and an assortment of I Negro Blankets, 4-4 64& 1 !.4 Cotton and W E would again call the attention of our eU8tMn.tt3l
and Liabilities ibr Ilion Rank. .
( --- - I do Ilnixell Point Lac Collars I Macinaw do Linen Sheetiugs ers aod friends to our well selected stock of 11ft

I""l 01etv. C. A. Cot:. Lime. do Valenciennes aud Houitou Collars. Willow Ware, &c. I Grey Saddle Blankets, Choctaw Stripes, FALL AND WINTER GOODS _

5; Stone Str'ee.w, Yoik. i! CASKS fir PnU>. to arrive pfT F-mpir-. I Such n,clothe Hampers and Baskets, Market Bas I Green u White Corduville Plains.
I"I'1\1tC'1' r;. 11':1. :,n i tf I' lOt) M.-NAUGHT d OKMO.VU. Hosiery, &c. kcts, Sala'iJSpoons' and Forln Steak Mallets IWcl: t 3 1-4 Union" Lowell which we are now receiving from New York and Baltimore .

!ew1iIItDeenLIr) ::, ltf-3. 4S l lAr1lES' Rollers, Rolling Pins, Potat >c Smashers Silk-hub 10-4 Heavy bed Linen Osnaburga, consisting in part of the following, vie

TIlE. tlsr: AND) IT.EU'LST! : : _. __ ;_ ;1 T I Slate White Cotton d I. Hose d Iii S Sticks Rocking Horses Satchi-K Carpet I ag.. tc, 9 4 Whitney Wyoming Shirtings, GROCERIES. >50 pcs Georgia Plains ;i
BaT &. Butter. A d-I :c. HODGKISS t SCOTT. Marlboro Stripe & Plaids.Putnam Kar
52 Washington
JUVENILE I MAGAZINE I I' Moravian: Cotton Hose 20 Boxes No. 1 Soap, PC" '-'.
I ( > November 19,185". 46 Wide Chambrav Stripes Slaters Bra. Drill, Com **vs, j :.
sIN I CASKS Side*. I dn Black LamL'brUtJI Iloce 2 Boxes Washing ;
Comm'l Plaid Liasey '
Naumkeag 24 Plains 1M'
tt) 2 Kfira (fObbci) Buttei f.'r sale to arrive p.r F.tn- : (14)1 do Ca -}lIntre dodo Notice. I. pound. pieces ; '
njbi-eiil'C t.> a Mhgnzinc, for tbe Saper Apron Checks all.4.Plain and Plaid
you Iirt' Jt.eGlIT; A OUMONJ). do dod 40 Boxes Tobacco of r-l'
:'iid to Ev&su _t BLITIAN, Cs 7, LYuadT I Dfcetiibcr ; Alpaca *T"HE snbsrnl offers the well known plantation W'te Rock Green qualities. { Lumsey .
twjwjt, 3, It53. 4STt'S Li-le Tlircad di
N. Yw for a t>au>ple nuinlier <>f < X occupied by the Widow Isler, deceased, for Gala \'. Clails Imperial} Young Hyso &A1WOD iid FnTnthfi'k fri"
-- -- -- ---- II". Black and White Silk Hose
ale, at private contract and if not sold before willbe Plain Linsey Light < 10 Bales Cofn Osnabur.X I
Seed Oats, Bacon, Four] &c. MEN'S White Cutt..n Half III..e, set up to the highest bidder on Thursday the 29th Green Baize, Furniture Lemon & Rasberry Syrup 2 Strip do It.,

r.1itl'.3 W. C. mCHARDS-iuiJ COUSIN AL1CI1: T RECKIVFP (111mew Oilw.ns per fchr.in. I d., Fancy do do dodo December next; also, ten likely negroes, two first rate Brown Glasgow Stripes Buckeye Cbambray, Rio. Laguiradfc JavaCoffee,1) Md f Jk'D and BIeML"tl 4;.:.
trdijiti' ii. f 1(111> actr.. J W U. 1'. Iix,1>l do di dodo )Mules llorse ; I White Dom. Flannel Green"Tweeds
tl.It =:- > one yoke of Oxen, oue odd Ox one I'ale OtArd Apple and Shirting!, h
I It IK xr 'll oalcul.itvil! t'> cii'viurp! tli1 yctin tot' :)( bi>!.clb ..1' hed Oat$, do Meiino do ibo W ugf1. one Ox Curt a few Much Cows Meat Hogs I 'Y 001" Gold Medal- Am. Brandy >*. 5, 6, 8 and 10-4 BroWttMonoogehala

zijr: I' fXcvlUnceiiud fan.f. llssb"tln! j "lIh'l tkill!!' :?-', e: -l l k" oft JJic: n. I d'> do Lar.iIool half Hose, Stock H.js. three Cotton Gins Farming Tools Kitch II Ballard Yale"V'e Ish Flannels, and Rectified nd Bkach'd Sheeting &i

11.1 1 illt\ctiH" lInti.\ ii 1ul..urpI"'l-cJ: \I.y any }IagazllJ' '( b..ncls: t'I t More IVrk. (II. H(ayy Brown Colton dodo en Furniture, Ac. Thc sale to tt ke place on the Plantation Cadet Und. Jeans, Red .t Orange Flannels, Whiskey,. V Bale Brii Cot'n Drill

..f it* kiudr. -Coui. Advvtli.tr. )IJI') --- -- -- do White Silk do I "
i U; do Lird: ; JOHN S. ISLER, : )lilfJrd.. Linen Crash, Rose and Holland Gin, ? Case Linen ,

Florida State Lands for Sale. r.IJ
*T"11K Sub ;tii.cr will offtj ut Aiu-tiun, ill 1 he city 4.T> il-i Wbi-key. I Tweeds and Kerseys. November 26, 1*53. 46 5t Shaded Louisiana ". Sperm and Adamantine; Franklin Stripes. t. ;

Jof ''etit.l.: on luuol.\\' tliv 13th tf t ilaicli.lfc.M I. 4 titnii-i> S J. lliiiii: ?. 1 EAVY EII lih Tweeds, -- )[rrinn" English Family Candles l\20 p'es Bed and Matt****

1 kt 16tli S v-ti.ns in iW Jolljwiiiij H.II;.. an 1.1 j jJ'u 1 cn.k ,liiu H dn Ami-iican d<. Negroes for Sale. Arkwright D'k G'n. Jeans. 4-4 Calla Rice, Vinegar, Cheese antE} 1'1'Butter

\\tiiJj's. to ,\ It : BERRY .1 HOWLES. I do Bhi'k and White Washington Kerseys, 3;: A No.; 1 E.1, do. BOY 2 da WOMEN with Bright D. C. WILSON.Nov. White, Red. Yellow and .i1.

.li.norl 1'/.Jdl''' 1)'t'I.1..rt. I'5S. 4S | do Cable Warp KiT-eys, a CI.IIIIad1.. S. S. KNIGHT.OcUher 5. 1853. 44Dress Crushed Loaf and Clari-x Green Flannel !"
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SJ ;\ *t.: 1.2.3. 1 :"II.lli NoiHi elf\ Georgia; dodo \ 22. 183. 42DEYTRISTY. tied Sugar. )BleachM and Br'A Cotton... ai
:ii .. :!. So1 :lIId l iT3 .. i Notice. I I II i Plain, Plaid and Striped 0naburg --- --- Goods. Powder in Keg. i Kegs 4V Flannel,

: 4 iUt.1, I 5il '1, j 1 IS liertby phcn tl]nt I 1\ill apply to Iho Ominfiol I !, and Fancy Silks, i Kegs. <,,600 Negro Blank ts," r

i 1 Hii'l 3 South. J %It-r t.f tl.i- State for a re-i,.-ui' ''f State Scup to'Jhury ,I Gents Handkerchiefs.MEN'S "- DR. En-IS gives notice to I his STAPLE English 2 doz. Canisters Powder, aiCalkoes Satinetts sod % t:

AI"" Lots :o5. 1,2, :; :11111.5. of :t'c. 16, T. 2 S, IIri J llarn. Sr.. for "'n-ir" 1'.1..1 l to the Stat- inMippvcsiinsj Plain Corded! BOY'S L. C. Han.Ik'fs t and patrons "that he has re- Florence and Mareelline Silks superior article, ? Jeaw.CandV UC

\v.TJIKMS. Indian: 1 I'-t ti'itu* in tiu-yojir I js"l I!t. Tlifnii.iiial .nlt'r Hlllldk'. do Silk moved Ins Office to his residence iu the] f Silk Ti-wne, (assorted) Crackers, Mustard.20 p'cs Fancy Tweed Oss-

: :-One fourth (:11-1,, llirro lourtLij} payable ; } S..rip \uif= ,'.rwlIlW" aIlnny II"rnVAttirn do doMeifA l building known as tbe Wyatt House," adjoining tbe and Worsted Berages I and Onions \ simers
Hom-tiffbfd] do
in lId Ct- tijusil annual il"t.'lhlkIlIS.! Jlh tnti-rept in uJaiio : "y. and 1lall l,: l4..l1 3o:l or n.i-lai.1. .1 hmbyciutiou di, Heavy Silk do d, Heal do Bandana do dwelling of Dr. Taylor, where he may be found at all I Benige Robes, Yea"t Powders, MatAes'Ledies Cotton Hose ef sil- I

(>i. if all Lf iiaid ia (.."L.1il l jnr ci'iit.ou the all 1'em.''iis ('l.u. trailing f''r said Scrip. Bund.-ma do McnV I Italian Pongee Crava'c dodo times prepared to:serve tlwue who may need his service Evening Cresses (assorted) and Pickles > qnalitie

citdit: nitUilmmiU will be dcCUdt.cl. \V. 11. KENlJlCK.Deecnaber do Pongee do d *. His t -rm- will l he Cash or when called fur. Plain Cheeked and Figured Poplin Dresses, 10 M superior Segurs, GenUemen's Coin i Hose
U. S. \\ A LKEH. P'Z..1. 4S :a I <> Fancy du Any refereiircs can be given if ntcc *ary. Checked La Belvadere Robes ALSO a general assortof, all qualities. '

ft'r/iftfr J'tlbtic Ltnnl .
Ilt'r'nIJc'r'1.' IsM. oO) ym I Madison Female Seminary. Sundries. sent by mail at $1.05 ct?. dutNovember Striped and Checked Persian Cloths, an assortment of Country Made Hose, I'ALSO.
---- --'--- T ADITS' end Gent's of.Ladies,Shawls, Gloves A
Mf-riuo Under Vests t ; Ladi", )t. 1S53. 46 Cashmeres and MeT !, Saddlerr. consisting !
: In: urti'rimm.l will h'l.cl.r of tbid InMitui I
Notice. 'I'| I A and (lout* Silk (I'> do : Iamb's Wool do ; Lash' --- --- Opera Flannels ., Bridles Saddles,MartinBonn.18., =!
i t tinn in j.ttur.. uid tinSieiin will I .
; <-oiuiiunet-) DR. MAXWELL and Curd Fl
the l'laiIVotl Shawls ; do Cashmeie do; do Kmbroideml : Cheeked and Plaid Cloaking, gales, Stirrups and Bitts.:Wn. Bile rDRYGOODS.
> ricr. \ '''tr 1).1&1C7.' ) :
Thibet do ; do Fancy CliHiiell) Neck Ties d. located in TanllhM Re Si. Ladies Cloths assorted '' Thread.
permanently c. ,
The l'J'lltt- ; ( ) .m'
rionti-A. c-.n.bri Kth.} I'-iiJ. f il'Jilll\ -c e\ -iyx iti"ii I" piocurc Elastics dn HAS 'Spool. Knitting and '' i ,
:Imtsticnitlets and
; Sleeve Bunds ;- n( (r'fl' door north of Dr. EuglivL's. He will Italian Cloth
\T" IIKHEAS. 'uiiou :met:> >fland iti the fulUw 1 the M'rvkv!< of f'nip 't''iit nn-1 faithful Twlieia fmvtry Swi-s. Mull. Nuin, 60 pieces Georgia Kerseys,; Cotton
} ; : l "ook, and Juc all fall promptly. Bombazines and Alpaccas, (assorted) ing
ins li.wruhith : 1 X. ., K. 16 W, a N. I J.! ("inaltfilneati.1"partlt''I1; iifcvs-aiy. f,' a thorough and j)H'j I- and] Checked Swi,i> and! Jaconet MuMiti ; :wi.- and No\ember III. ]P553. 46 3m I. Muslins, (assorted) Together with a variety of other articles all of which .:

)GV.\ 1 N..IU4 K, 2 N. 1L i' U, 2 S. 31. :i I!, 3 :. <-r "n.The Jaconet I';Jgiii and llIoCrtill"FI ; Ueal: and) Imitation I 'J1Jibet Cloth. we will sell on as reasonable terms as any other '

1L 4 4 11, 4 X 11. 4 11, 1 :. 1L M) M. Jin-1 2 .S. Jt 11 g tlIClali'1 lltll"'llt flf njaip'J\\ entrusted tobin Yalentviinc* Lace E-1illJ and lii I "trtin -. Maltese \ LARGE LOT of TOBACCO, SEGAUSxX t Cambrics, assorted House in the city. HEIR t RUST. .J

Lit&t "Ijl4 I lia\c l<' and Ib'ttiton IjictBl'k Silk L -fS ; ]llmsiel-i: d... and S<.I.(.-. r.t HODfiKISS t SCO'lT'S.NovemlttT Fancy Prints( ) [, October 15, 18j3. 41 i

lJ ':lu,e 4'inbiawd in lj_ts N\*. ;, 14 i.nj l.'i tj"II" tnad L> tlu* bint; <,f rt"lidJUtl tile lujit tln.il root tdi 01 draw I their: attoiition! ficrn, b.'ks.V ; Prints I ::
y *: A'-t fOr
.r : Bands : nnd
4th .September It41, "Lich littst.rc Liv \ '> call up-Hi lite citiwjih, ''f Middle Florida capei ; English, French American. Ginijliani" ; Mullet and Mullet rtoe.BBLS. Ginghams; (assorted) D. C. WILSON. GREAT ATTRACTION H

II hdnt11; aubequenI ally to Ipnd u< a JiMjiii.jj Ia.nltd\ we pMjre them, l Wfji-b. and Fn-iicJj Enirlisb 4 ,Chintz While;,Scarlet Ho\U-s Ycllnw 4 4 dn Saxi nv. SUPERIOR MULLET without heads,. i November. 5, lt)53. 44 I.I.i I AT HAYWARD: RANDOLPH'S.
Iud Green o --- --- ;
.:\'vt.cc it lle KQE, i ill tine order, just received. \ i.

thirty days fioin the Jute *.f thw notico, ; Nt-ero do.I .. ALL .
; .
the 17th day of Jmuar1"dl., at t nVuHik A. M L : tall]" to tbe Stut. (,f every cjuality Plaid SaJdledo -- -- superior Calf Sewed Boots (ass't)) for the Winter to wit: Readymade -
next application% will be t'c.-iv'd to f nter the d3tl!j Board au 1 NVafcliinc! in the family of the Principal. Bi wna-4* 104' cud; 12-4 ; and MORE & GALLAGHER, '$.1 1V1 Kip pegged I' Clothing. Hats, Caps. Boots, Shoes. Foreign-

tracU. ". \V. 1JUUV HI), llq i itt.T, '10 per month. For furtbtpatticulais a'ldrcftS i hiI'-tv.hjt-l aud Brown Sbirtinj Shmeetings 8 4 and; 3 !4,10-4'-S.Damask and 4-4 Ridge Road and (Coalcs Street, Philadelphia. III Youth's and Boys .' and Domestic Fancy and Staple Dry Goods hasten
JO11N: W. ARGYLL, Ht'ccl\'cr. I JAS. I. MOSKLKY, Table Men's and Boys.ealf stitched Brogans, to the above named establishment and choose for
l'cmber 17 Ifc53. I Iiapi-r ; fi-4 and 10-4 Brown Tabludo 7 R, Iron Founder and Manufacturers of ..
50 4t I Madison i'l.rida. ; 'I from and well selected stock of the
kip pegged yourselves a huge
i S 4 and
H> Bleached
i 4 and Brown Linen Table Cloth-
---- --- Ma-liwm: Fl.i.. N'.v. Sfith. 1 S.r:3.f 1 Dainufk Napkiiit with ; WROUGHT and CAST IRON RAIUMW anti all calf half Bo.jts foregoing articles.

C1.1y E1ccrt:1on. \4',tlwTrc'tCc-mm'. tlii'il"iiaiiivdSeiuiiiary.tak,. i 1IIIlOE.nrl evrry tiling necessary for I. OllSAMLNTAL and ARCHITECTfRAI. I. Goat Brogans, I On examining our stock, yon will find a beautiful
; f;. All of whHi wilt be [
A N Election fur an liit, >uduit and <'i rht Councilnienofth l't'u] l1I'! ill cuiiiis tit I'uhlithat Mr )t.sliv. i i- 11t"'. fur CASH. Give;-I Mild remarkab'y uox Works, I run H.:, ling, fur public and privaU and Morocco Slippers assortment of Kid, Silk and Woolen Gloves Gauntlets -

Citv of TallabaRceo, {'r tie yea I' qualified in ery re' N-ot to di-cbar. till dutii's of utirt1vett, (if ) .u'f a call and we pledt-i1 Groutnk \ Ycrandahs Settees Chairs, Tables, dc.Particular and Bovs sewed calf Brogans, l (a beautiful article;) also Silks SatinS. Bareges.DeLaiues .
1 54wmU-ieldattLcC| .iurt House hi this City I'lincijial' I Teacher I hHli-f.n-t'-rily, nndv think be will equivalent f",you purchase us) to giro you a full atteution paid to tho enclosure of Burial I LADIES Black Patent Gaiters Cashmeres and a variety of other Dress
: justly nvrit the and ) your money in ciwxls of the very lattht Lot Goods Bonnet and Sash Ribbons, Silk Satin and
(Vi Al'-ndur th> Sd day ..f.'nuuRrs urxt: Ixtwceu tin.? patruuajc supj; rtof c-vtry fiie mud M\lt-s and the \tettiualitv.. Lasting tip :
L inis e f 1(J.\. M. mid 4 P. M. lIe(.f uca t i..n. 'J.hlOMAII..very CKICHLOW More k Gallngber's Book of Original Design and t u Kid Morocco and calf Bootees > Straw Bonnets Houiton Laces and French Worked'(1ollara.

4. C. Dtinfily: I). Cameivn andV.. >L nibonvil.' : D. H. MA YS. WM. P. to ELIY. 1 "\'inbiT 2C.; 1853. i BliOTHEIlS. List of Prices sent to persona \\ibhing to mAe a se Kid ties Buskins and Slippers I ffandkerchieis, :.; Swiss and Cambric Edging

net 88 iM'pf'U'tP. of said Elect K-II, Hnd make tu u's. S. P. TJIO) I.S.01. A. BHINSON, : 47 Icct.'n. Color..d" a i and Inserting Silk and Satin Cloaks and Mantillas -

thereof the CIrik on the lidlowiiig clli". ; II. 7.. AHJI1) W. L.TOOKE. \ Plantation ancrNe-grles For Sal C. \'rll1'r 12. 1"I.t 45 Sm Misses lAsting Gaiters. f l and Silk Velvet and Ribbon Trimmings and a

By ordtr of the Council. 1, D..-einlxr3) 1W3. 48 tf i undt-rsi:11 offers fur sale bia Slippers and Bootees and a general assortment great variety of Fancy Articles too numerous to mention
--- '- _. THE Plantation m bit. Furniture Chairs &c. of Children's and Servant's shoeo. also assortment of Lin.w .
W. It 11AVViflD ILL i -- -- : ;. witbin I two milei of Cauiib -llton. ; a large Kerseys, .

At1it O. W. IIiTCHryt. Clerk.allalIrAIe Books Books i Co_ )1:., (;,utllillil\ one flicu'and f,.ur[ < hundred Jackson _. ._ ____ ,_ .tXjEfJlcnow receiving from Nov. 5,1803. 44 D. C. WILSON. Blankets. &e. &c.
1)ecmlwr and _r ._"__ VV the Asa and' Our customers and friends will do well to call at
Ill It.,3. 49 I UST: leceivinjra laipcand well ,e1 1f'1"- j 6o\enty acres of land, nujicnor quality. Brig Sawyer
; -:_ will at Furniture rooms, 1 their earliest convenience, as we have but one price
--------- { fi ,wi Rtt..k ,,f iJOOKS. iucludiuc I ALSO w opn our Hats and Caps.
many 'I and stock of New York and we pledge ourselves that none of our Cash competitors
Planters Hotel for Sale. of I. :5latJtlard.1'1.k., lately jiublisbcd.} I From TWENTy a handsome well selected t
I t:1I li..h. Latin 'I to FOUTY Nt'groo5-in number made Furniture and Cliairs. viz : Imp. Moleskin Hats shall undersell
(!rck and Frcix-h} ; to .uit City FASHIONABLE
r Elemtntary A .
J.pHE: f'uh.ocri1if'r'ii.in.- to devote himself: to hi, Cla"ltiC'al S'ho'jl B'<,.:: I'IIi I'ur..tllll't'ra. Mahogany Secretaries and Book Cases I. M HAYWARD A RANDOLPH.
plantation is desirnus t Juvenile and 1 Cauc.Lrnke
of Tauahasoee Toy laud ass
boiuim the above time) .
; name. The mail j n.HJI.S.t I lIl.on Apalut'l.iCJla.118 Centre and Sofa Tables, Beaver clarendom -
building i k \\.ltI\1.1t1H"( larger part ronipk-ted Wit!t and Pocket I anallut,,,,, on the river are hoffered for sale Bureaus, 44 soft a Fancy Goods.

more than one y.ar ago) and contuin wxty-five com. ,Family. *. Bibles, Hymn and Praver.k the ALMO latter tllt'N' (fuur ttoll.a'ld bushels If Curlt upoo ff .Wastelands, Otter brush 4' UTE are now receiving from New York LADIES

fortaU nwnis. AH the out builuhipi; and; I| plnce. Tables Cassimere soft !" V GOODS
arrange A choice selection of Light Literature Blank Further Mahogany Extension FANCY DRESS Ribbons Bonnets.
inenU fot cooking anJ f>enanu ucninii' !;ili illll\ nit ; t information: I! be 001" II and with
of variety upon appliC'oltion V- Breakfast Gloves. Veils, Mantm Capes Collars a
( to thc
complete, A largeflta.hle and l -w ; .Sati'nkrSCutlery, tw. : tradmignod o, in his alienee .
1..1. l Ii and UL Drab
a er (
carlen I WorkRosewood crown other too to
JIll and Tissue Paper Painte and Ute uVe"eer sqr variety of Fancy Articles numerous men
< ro at.t.acb"d and adjacent to the H"t / a variety FancyBcokr upon: p near Campbclltorlqu a
<-l. The fur Articles. j For oml"cs. Centre Work and Fancy. Tables Pearl soft tion. HEIR i RUST.
niture will Uo
be offeiei \\illi the particular III regard to 4.
the "
bviildnij River
of a and rinvibt A lot of well Selected Oil Painting. A-c be plantation 5": Mahogany Wardrobes Catfiraere October 15, 1853. 41
n* oi tmeut of ever)tLui.; tltOOasl.r., jt I may made IJf the Huu. Wm. H.Vvnu Drab Moleskin
.If Bedstead,
to \l\1&ln-ot
Ibe Honn. J JOHN McDOUGALL.November innuD Ot>. .
Tr terms and \ 6. 1653. 47 j NovemU.r H. J. I3AlElI. Toilet Tables Whatnots, Bronze Hat-Racks: Qe tar- Boys a. Hardware.

or by letter to A.furtherju.ticu1ars{. *. apply Ht' .in per-cn n I _- _ _._____ --- 26. IMS. 47 4t tetts Basket --Tables Music Stands, High and Low English Drab beaver A VERY LARGE and well seleftsd stock of lisa
ubMriber, at Lib pl&ntaU"n. A. A.wl. ori,lu the Administrator's Sale -- l\t Bedsteads, Sofas Tcte-a-tetes, to, .. Soft Wool a .i- above articles,just received and for sale low by
FIS11K11 NEW CASH STORE. Cassimere black and drabChildren's RVSt
TnUalasece. Deccn-biilO j N Chairs of great variety October 15,1858. 41 HEIR a
) Uf?. 1 Y
4a 0 /! the :tb
41Pagacrrcan i -- will be sold,at the day of January next Carved and Plain Mahogany Rockers, beavers and feathers .

Gentlemen! and Ladirs' Fashionable Emporium Bradford ,all the residence of thc late l1enr r B. Cane Soat, and Back Rockers Heavy wool hats fiir Negroes, Wanted -
Rooms. i deeded: perishable property oC aid Walnut Ibyewuod and Oak haII'8 Gents aud Boys cloth cajw,
----4-- deceased, Conbisting m part of aUut Maple Rockersand plaid. .. -I (1fl DRY OR SALT HIDES for which the

nPHE X sabscriber respectfully innouueeg that he 1m& NEW FAll & WINTER FANCY GOODS. 2.000' Bueliels of Com' Sewing Chairs :Misses and Children's Men and Boys glazed 1UU VF highest market price will be paid by
k-cttted himself Lav
permanently in .. Chairs
TalUhasbee 12,000 li of HEIR di R'U8r.
d Foder 41
an' _. ._ Leather II Ootober 15. 1853.
be aU times .and Cliairs. Ac, Ac.
can at found iu tLe rooins funnei Peas and Potatoes, Nursery Refectory -
pied by Mr.J. R.Lloyd' over' Barnard's Drug ly Store oc<:i,," TIlE SlIbfol'ri1-er.auJ Ale now in tl1" rf'oiptoC their 100 hundred Fat Hops, BERRY A ROWLES. Nov. 5, 1853. 44 D. C. WILSOY. Hats & Cap*. .

where every attention will be paid to insure J llauJson1P. "ell .elected Stock oC New i aud 17 Likely Mules. and Nove ber.12, 1653. 45 "
goo. one Horse are juat receiving a large -stock
Likeness to all who may patronize the est.ttblishn enL FALL AND A large number of Stock hogs. Plantation and for Sale Hardware. I aWE from New York, which he will sell.
He Negroes
has a splendid stoclc of every kind and variety c f WINTER FANCY GOODS) GO or 70 Head of Cattle, SAWS Screws Brad and Tacks, low. HEIR & RUST.

CAM, Gold Locket Bieaet Pins Rings, &C. arid<, '' seleeU-d with great care i ill New York and Pl.iladel'd : 75 or 1(10( Sheep. THE subscriber being anxious to remove to tbe MILL Well Wheel, October Iii. 183. 41 _

trnsU thAt the :liberal trouage beretofote rxtendei ,I phia, by an experienced Buyer who Three Yoke of Oxen offers his well known plantation for sale. Hand saws, assorted Fancy Bellows "-

to tboM Rooms will be continued Call aud eai mine or lrfluLle tn their Section, 'Our Stock tlpared uo l nl Three Waggons It is one of tb ">l>et turpentine plantations in the Coun Saw Knives Smith'iBellows.Carpenter's Notice. .

pw IDeM on band. JAMES BAILEY i i creased and replmbbed] \ the\laLt tmci One Carriage and Harness ty. There 4re8SQ acres iu the tract and one or two' Planes, ass. Knives and Forks
JWmber 10, 1853. nvt desirable /iAwVw/C i Saddles It, which can be purcbaaedfrom.&be I will tub Cash Advances on Sea Island Cot
49 8m Styles (if rll and Bridles sections 0rt adjoining Spirit Level, Boxwood Rules Wi
er ,fwe find 1t M ee! ary. Our sLk I I of tcn- Household and Kitchen Furniture A.fWo1, Wu. >ola Land Company for $i.5 peracre. Wrenches, Otter and Muskrat Traps consigned to Messrs. James Qadsden Co*

C'Jane's part? of of the following: (unl'l S ID One Piiuo and Corer, ;Theje'Itf about uo ares cleared, and in pretty Axe and Hatchets Shears and Season. of Charleston w.those of eur.friends who wfah to trr
Centrifugal of four that market J. GEO. ANDERSON A CO.
mgR Pnmp. Farming Implements of gocidl..jiflMir. :I.' fni also sell A family A Tenant Saws Com.* Rosewood Gang I*,
.1 'EE FOURTHS of the FIRST COST and I Rich Dress Otlks. 1 used on a plantation. every description commealy negroe a VnCra j'l d three Dangbteri aged about :&5 Bench and Band Vices Patent Axle Pulliea October 15, IMS. 41 i
puz.hu. t.nbo aanUlll, fur rl"ftira tved tD 11 who. RICH Black and Fancy Biocba Silks, At the same time and place the Plantation will I te S years, wdBl'jM) ,' "a5but 18 9 and :-years respectively. Plate anti Rim Locks, Files and Rasps, Fire and Marine Insurance'.
t. !biCh f'r Plain and Plaid rented fnr the Pentm to purchase either land or and gimlet .
and Power .taMs : Economy, Durab lUtz .. ensuing year if not rented privately Sjcktnag Padlocks Augurs
tention er PLA.NT In he World I Le rAt. ( Figured de Soi.i.u previously thereto. negroes, .m p2O3e'CJIt on the premises and examine Chisels and Gouges, Steel Squares, THE Savannan Mutual Inranaee Coarwny ...

ca.cy fir Drainnge. tally called to ita ffldestrucUve .. 'Changeable Silks Terms made known on the day of bale' .them, .when I will make kuowu the price, terms Ac. Brace DUd Bitta, Spring Balances and Steel- estabHsbed an Agfney w tkis Ctep.will
.. 'BENJAMIN BYRD. Marine risks an the most tnUterms.
yards take Fire and
Striped EDW'D. BRADFORD and
the ill e1Teeta "-uadperft IIf.guard againltAI Callipers Compass
on Adm'r
rains of the 1.Potations, af the 'I 'f 44 Black Italian November 26. 1853. 47 Fort Stansbury, Wakulla Co.NOT. 6, 1853 44 tf Screw Plates. Hammers and Claw Apply toTHO..J. PERKINS

tl and other non***!. Mu d.pray.Wr'Steanier Rt-pt Silks and Satins Stocks and Diet Hatchets October 1, ISM, 3* ly .

S Manufito. &1 Black and'Fancy Aroiure Silks. Look Here. Bale Rope, &c. Chains of all kind, Masons' Trowels. -.

Wster works for,large Cities andTutu. &V'l ElIg*Del* BY order of Judge of Probate of Hamilton Count T.YEIR 4 RUST have just received per Steamer Cutlery, Shoe Knives and Pincers, Notice*.. _
thgp6IeTf pump*: Sues Clf ,,:twns req l"'rfiW Monselaini and Cashmeres, will be sold, at Shand Ferry, on Sow ? 'fi: J L. Dak.from New Orleans : Nails and Iron all sizes, Anvils At, &c. SIX Months aftcI sfcatf ptMeat ray final ae-

'&r W00' to 10 .000 and nee, near the Upper Spring oa tbe ZUtof Dec : 70 Rope Butts and Hiuges ; and vooehn* the HopcrabJcJadge rf

POWER COMPANY mIflUtfipttCtty kept on hand Ly UNION RICH PUin f. Figured" Mouselaiiu, ber several likely *, Mules Cattle, fl em. 1.Bale Bagging Twine Together with a large supply of Groceries. Crockery Probate lor Jeftwoo'OtMntr. M Mftitrni of 'WI-

',rk, r"U. S 2. r Oft Way, )ew 14 Plaid Mnuselhimi and Cashmeres" Corn Fedder W 19OOI, and a fine .0 boris Cant eg S 6 BbllVbl. awl Glass Ware, and Wooden Ware Oils Paints liam o.COark, late of said Ootjotr..ifiriMiii mif_asMf

Dttun1. J! I I' Painted Mout ains and and BuDciriea. Trma made known 00 day of lale.ge, 10 Soperfiue Flour Drugs Ac Also Hosiery and a full assortment of ,* A dstaiissKO (red- n r: dminMratiam, "'. .-*-*..
4 m .f W. A. SHANDS Adm'r i 6'K&L< 1 Lard. fancy artiel"D.. C. WILgOS.November :: Bfctate. 'BHLYCLAltit JJrfTevoa 1I .

Hack Casbroeiet awl de J.ainel- ionmbtr :', 1851.-. 41.It Outob. 2\\J:18'9 43, 5.1853., -44+ f*otot, Nor 4v 9. "**. -
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UK gi'ut rm.Jvtur RI41UnMom, Out, Pahi in SOUTHERN REMEDY Tallahaa F1LMIIor.ESALE
i1 jtq tl* hip. 19ck, UwL* &tbI J41hga, Scrotl*. UESPECTFCL1 -

!4 '(''liz,' Evil. Wbite Swtllingt, 1.Lrd Tumri., StilT AND RETAIL DEALER nc jtf I LY OFFER KD lo HEAL Ml ANOJULMOWC OIL

; .1)iat1l, aud all flied pains \rjmtcver. Where this I IThit. DRUGS AND MEDICINES. the citizen of Monti--

PMRUr i applied pain cannot exist \ s/i, cello and the State a* A SURE CURE FOR CiN8VMflIQ.T .

It ban li.e 1 i Uiiffie'ial in cases <.f weiiknws, snch asaod Perfumery. Dretufi, Surgical Instruments, prt-pnmtuw of carue -

t 1 1ti.srw. }'. u Wt alctu- in the stumach. Weak Limbs, Win.low (:la.s, Paints, Snicvs. Snulf. _.-_._ -- -:t importance t<> fiimilica lIE a9 of this astonndhif tiniinemt; has be t-
.; Lirneriets, AffectJ'jnof the Lung* in their primary 1* 4 Oil.., Yaniishei, Putty Manufactured Tobacco, 5.S__ and de&fiiu-d to 4etided i' ith unparaUeled SIMCCU' ia all

eg. It Jest roy* inflaraati by perpiratimi. and Ola** Wore, Patent Medicines I be otne identified with of Man or llorte.

Fine Soap lime Tooth, Pure Wines and Brandies .. N;::: the health and happiness Fur J1n-It rp cdilj enres Rb umatlni,

I Medicinal of Scrofula, Btnw. Scald*. Tatters, and
and Hair Brushes, for purpose, '
i't ; The following oomnienJiiti is frv-m an Agent reTrentHi TURKISH Pjittt lSru hes, Fancy Artielm, ___ P12MAI.C9.ThisCATHOLICOX. W os, Swellings, ltn'ings..Sprtuns. Cuts, Briis.1

:. riMng sttI'r.uton. Tetrnc.t : REMEDY FOR BALDNESS, (tardt-n deeds Fine havana Solars. UWer Scaldhead. Sore Throat Sftlitatiougury from

L; J: Gibson Co, Teun s.. NOT. 7, *48.MBMRS.SXVVIL And fur Invigorating and Beanttfyiag the Hair lie has recently received a large ami fresh supply will cure 9 5 per cent.of Sure Mouth nralgin, Piles. Or u 4 I ,
r A HEAP Gentlemen! The Hebrew Ear a he or ilaftie o. by tilling the Ear wit1 j
J :- 'if VHru-tv of article usually kept by ilmgiptii.Planter all chronic discaS
in this section.Tber a Toilet Article, for beautify and keeping the every ] ttopping it with wool or eottwn ; Cro p, by rcktl.
Planter is blooming popular AS and Physicians will always find itt liii' >t.tnblUhment iiicidrutAl to the re-
hnir soft, glin'y, and in a healthy condition, it is I_ I.. brent with the liniment mind adadouterio
is aIlvin this euuniv ho she would nit full of needed and : female |
siys a supply e\ery thing on pectible married -
Its follows _ _
uiu-annlled. positive qualities are as : with little
U- poeufal internally, a sugar-It it
: ; be witliou this Phisler (or five bun Irei do'brs a year. the incMt liberal terms. =__- or unmarried and d"the
She M-iis affi cted for "m time with an enlargnineutof Ut It frees the bead from dandruff strengthens the Orders from the Country promptly filled and atif.iction iiHiially- know a under the name of FEMALE COM- same way W'congha, cUi. Asthma Piien ?

the f pleen! which gave her a great deal of pain.- roots, imparts health and vigor to th. circulation, HLU guaranteed with regard both to prices and PLA I IXTS. Of thee are Pnoi.rMUrtai,or Falling Phthisic. Brotwhiti, Consumption, aud ?IeuruT.i

ill:; The swelling and pain bad extended, up imrly to the prevents the hair c h ."ping color or getting prav.2d .- qnalitv. Physicians prescriptions carefully comMiuiiueil. of the womb; Fifon AtBis. or White ; (*nno ic IsriAMJiTiox a cure cure consnnptivn; use a small table spt Jia
I It thv hair to curl \vbt-n donr 4 f times
causes beautifully or a day anal keep the Wentt well
J4 ':. arm-pit and occasionally' she could scarcely breathe. | AND ULCERATIOX PK III K WOMK; I:scioe.xTAI. -
1 "p in it over night This bilm is i made from the t pgin.il vt itb it. Puin nf kind cannot exist after thnunt
She was mfiid for a con Uersble time during w hichht July G.I S 53. 27 IIjr.MORRHAf.E, or Flooding ; I'AiNrri. Scrrp.F.s any
receipt procured from the original Tuikirh ILiliuphj Las time to produce itt ffrts. This liainiea
was attended by some of our bet pliysici.itiK. but ti ANI> Iitr.u.i LAII MLNsTai'Aiiov, ite, with all their
l relief. ( K>iHii) of Coii .Untiiiople, where it i* uuivciMlyuteJ. Glass Oils: White Lead dec. La< rnpctely! triumphed over all Uiirmeirti
:: they gnve her no She ptocnrnl a box )the Hebrew aceornpanving cils, (Cancer exccpted.) no matter hoivsev 04
: The turks hive been celebrate 1
,p t. Plaster, and it relieve! her *1fl.4t immediately, itiway. << r JOHN BULI.'SSARSAPARILLA. I'lfk BOXES( Win-low Glas aborted M7.cn. r.. r of how lor.u 'gi. their wondeifu! skill in co.njuunding the ri<-he..t | need the l io th ;Ir
constantly p.j.- by Kitors < practise. AmIe
and now she keeps a suPply of it on hand I"VF-IUO I ( kegs White Lead, pure, extra it No. 1, MANY PKOMINrMNT PHYSICIANS in the city _
a -. fumes and all t>tl .r t 'ilct nitki>. Iu Turkey the Tho** bids you are at liberty to use as you think z? b.irrols l..nrd: Oil, of NV.v Yoik and otht pLiffs, findu-.g themelve"s any person Tup cvorirv
hrrb d 'f which tl.is balm i is oMd -
c ( cotni> :analinoet and value.
proper-they are substantially true.R 6 1'inl Oil without a Rifle'Iy in invcttra'e cis tf the above
-. known i reed! fur the hair.- T T U p.d la full qnurt tx>uW- .*nd onlUni tbe tiitnf 10, i.
uuiveii'ly an op : Jfors'-It instantly
II poet fully, vonrs &< 1 of BX Tcu ai much punt Honlurm S.lriiIOi1i& M animllv / 10 packa f* Fireproof Paint, (this. and i bbK) rotnpliiiit! and having due regard f>r th welfare of cures C.'nlt.. Scratehee,
; 1 JESSK J. WELLS. llrnct f bjldiitfi or thin ideal of ftuii ii fnlirrly prrtaranon in A n '?ric&. Price,OD dollar per bottie, 2 barrel lUrtilii-d Whale Oil, their pitit-nt have rfC"mrnemled the iver: >f tliu ineduine Chis fe,. ('tits, Wounds, .!iimt S paciim, Stife,Swiz.n.y
j unlmncn in that countit/. Wo wi.h i j.s < "ftiittl six botUM for flr. JolUr Film of the Whirlb.'ne f
cr ,
cuT jvat
thai Oil bbl. Vi.nl and. after citrme'iiig it. cnJ-.itnry cTtct{ are eye b4
Hluu becu well-ssmblishp. fet, t that wili do a
to be tnnj of it to co'ivmivou Stiffness
inorti ilistemper,
LoelCaw. big
; or
Beware of eonntei feits aud base kuitations. tAnapArilla. *heu pure ntvl vn-i'/' pwparwl, wa* thi I'pirit* Turj>f..itiiie in Imru-N amid at retail.: A iron now mimniiif..ting their :i pprmihiil I. II. not only by rsfrt'r pasa.,
) vi4 of its \iiturg thin all the advertUemei that c.nt aler. Big Head Foot Eril Naval Galls Snake Vit
: from obipure
> ontrnwipg ,
Dealers and purchasers generally are cautioned DIy! true io*ra for all die* .-r-il l Cvloi-s ; toit in their treatment of all! tljv iI-cna.cs'fur whMi s,
> a>rtinunt of Unif-he-saii'l .thcr P.itmtr'lIutttljal4. rg:
t le published, and thnt all may be nile U tet-t its v ir- ktau of the blood the nw of m r(urjr,i.zktIii( or tie Miny f f any thing.DIRECI1ONS.FUI.
L41 Kgnintt buying of any but our regular agents ; other it is in J lit.tilmthe low price of evil !lu vouth. Imrrfnm-w. *le. vve bolJly I). II. AMES. it i is intended, but in some: in-tar-Ct-s aereptin the a-1 I Jfan. Tint rob ir.U
toes -
.. wipe they will be unX] >eed uj>on v ith a worthies* .irticle. put up iry ha. the aWi!'itat JOlis ncLL'S 1-l-UtD KXTZARTOr MHSA. July 9, 1853. 27 tf eiiey i it f it to f.K-il'aty its introduction' into more gin tl
60 cents bottle. Hcmembor the grniiinc before tb public, thai p'irt affected with ti.e liniment from 3 to 6 tim.
't per PAH11.1.A preparation siilny.
:i as many base couatcifciu of tLis PksUr we in l( th only t-r.il ii-c by I lb.> faculty.The .
'S + fi. nuture of Cumetock sxig.n4e. Wines Syrups infl.H-iice, of this ti female
without rejardio comp"-itl nixm
Th Sawaparilla i Is purcUaiwI
burn lint Fvr Salivation rul tie
us* a cotcr.
REMEMBER I wrapper. pnf ant etary pound liifpr Ulof UWi. U *ul.>*t lo O UI Port (lar.t. con.-titntioii i.is of the rri"t fiindly Raid; the nit p rhalFfCteil.
FOR THE HARRIED.-"in. TE FRrrrrri. ANP the tri<-tiit rbcmical iegts.nd jU O51O1IS isc.rtsln'dbfnrv For pile and sore ejes. of course the )h Vinci.t
Mi'K-ira, old Port Juice, ce5cife! : nnd! tVV fcrn.ile; need ha\enof' in its n'e
I The genuine is sold only by tie, nul I our advertised )4Ui.TZ1'LL'-I5 a command that should be cheerfully t'clng wied.iiiill'j ..,.'I S Cider is appli'i-.i without the cover, and ioiualct htes
sri&pirlfla sli rontalni tbMb lrtue. of Sh.-rry, [>:irkling fur nun length of time for it contain* n" n.ercurj. nor
:: Agent throughout the South. Ns Pedlar i is allowed oU-yed by the children men. DR. LARZETTESJ .r valuable mttUral roou, u-g lb r furmtn( its b.MM I I/ui. I'm Porter, Scotrh Ale, any mtiile whi>-Ii can prove in anv vav injuiious. being give finely internally.

: I i ::. :. t" sell it Tu genuine will in future have the signa- CORDIAL, or Pn-creativc Eliiir, prefcriU-d pound, and produrloj lb Br.m ly lV.'u'he\ Brandy Ch rrif", ; made entnely of v jr .t.ibc! rstrif* t MiJ prepared fur; tli't Ihrnt.-Rub well 2 cr 6 times a day, tUaflWtni j

ttu e of E. Tayl >r, on the steel plate engraved lnlx1cm as HU elToctuid te t<>iative iu discS of debility, imp'itency. Greatest Curative Aftnt la ta* kaown WorlilTUU S ltas1| -in-iry Syrup, Sir lin t :ts t<> taste like a pleasant cordi.il. pai t. with<>nt cover except in ipatin, eaU f

:. r& :! : the top of each box; to counterfeit which will be or birrerine and all irregularities of nature. mtdicint, when ntd arporJhjf tovisa dlr ttioo Stranbrrry: Fresh Ii.bater, The Moiim OPLH\M>I of thit rtinedy, in the rnre.f waiunils.I For IUteinper, rub the forehead, andioJMt

.C : prosecuted as forgery. It is nil that it profiles to be, viz : NjtureV. great cvac. WITSOCT TAlta Lemon I' Shii.l.Uingmr thi t-h's.! of diti-asco. is tlirou 'i the uuralef no- lulu the nostril.Manufactured .

e; ;: SCOVIL A I MEAD, restorative and remedy for tlm-e in the inameil ktate rof iU or Kin*'* Kril, Cancer, Tumor, Sro>II Mf 14 S,dinon.Eng'Mi my of the tv '-ti'invuha jmuli.ir dilcn ,inati>>u toADDHIOXALPROOF by I. T.Henderson for R.MIXON".
It ceituin for seii.inul Cbrooie Sort ETI, Ku Pi ice 60 cents. I'armrtrillr, It,
I 111 Chwtres rtrect. New Orleans Sole General without offrpring1. i is a cure emiwiou tb RklB, Errrlpclaj ( ** Mi-taid. l fem&h-,
h 4 Aprnts fr the Southern) State*, to whom nil orders general dibilily.glectvveaVnesofthe ginitilorgai. : worm or Tetter, Scald Head, Uh.umatb>m, I'ineppl.t t : rgaia.; Ml.LA MARShALL Fort Gaines. (leo. Dej$
p rain* In tb* Bon and JoloM, old &>r (;a.iva. .Idly, i're.ervul Quiimee ( ofthw Catht lie-on teumg
r 4 .j : aol 1 applitatious for agencies must be addreBM-d. .*. uervous affections, Irueorrboea or white As aud Vl u* Swelling of tb Gland, Currant ihi. I. Pcaihes, % ..rlmy! of iheeoiitidtnce of the afRictdl. as a SUCCESSFUL. fr the Staff,< f.f Georin, Alubiinm. and! FloriJa. Z.
..h an invigorating medicine it is unequalled. Also! nerrtaiu svLu., D7p.pU, Salt Rhvon, HA IA RD. THHHLHSW JOhN JORDAN. QrimOT
A THING OF BEAUTY, IS A JOY FOREVER.Whr Sitrkliimg: tflatine, TiiiiKtrituli, : SAFE. AND CUE REMEDY will
.. .' remedy for iui-ipiriit ctin.iuinptiiin, iu.hige.ti.in.lisi > St4MS of the Kidney, LOMOf HINDS it t DICKINSON, BuiubiiJ! ; AKELL'4GR11T1N
'4 f 4 .l will people endure pimples on the human of mukCnlur laceitude, fenale Appctit, rtwaw arfe- l.lit1.l ring Extracts, S'Ht| be found in the puinphlct.! v. ithiiriM. { >taut observations ; Apuljchic..Ia.TESTIMONIALS..
fc lcvino.r eruptions of any kind, when it i* a eucigv. phvMcal I.e.th.. us4 of t l'iwtlers, Pifklei. touching. the nature iud sv rn.t'tni <>ftli. > thnea ,
weakness io. It in warranted to the lath .
ph.'ae ,
debility, srsury
: + fact no well known, that Dr. Guvs lt's Yellow Dock rice- Bide and Corn Starch, Salad Oil, CII, to tvl.ich th- at'ention of Ludits arid Practitiouersi
uter in of the above cstnpllmints, and is of j Union Parish Ln Oct. 50, 183 .
4' anJ Sartparilla, cleanes the skin! from all impurity, any ?-horilJ,r Olives, Cu p..rs, i- rt-j; 'ftfullv invite I.THii.V'REDIE.VTSascertifidbv ,
; less value U* those without otftpring.CACTIOS OD.ral IVbiilty Pc r. SIR,- I am greatly i-ppoeed to jiving t* tinifiii.il -
IE'd removing Pimples. Sores, and Blotches l leaving the Worcesterbhire Sauce, Coco.Yeo ''a. : hi-U medical -
'Ii T V -. affected pArts as healthy, smooth and soft as the fle hof EXTRA.-Find and the name of it Comtock tmlew! A Lcaibago I>r,p Jaan4iCoUrtn ..T, 1.). II. AMES.! : atmitl.i'v.s.-e. ( | uinphli tj) are ALL YEC IH'ABLF. in cures said to be performed by patent mtij.icin .
4 babo. is Brother n the vraf>jnr ntc a It really priceless to all that wish the ha been xtisr.Icounierfci&d M, Sort TbroatBrcnehlMi July 9, 1853. are not any uufruiully
', 4 S rosy beauty of rhildhiMid find the above mnnr; as Congh, Cold, tinuninnl: toonomv.lUtrRjNtr. jour Nerve and Bone Liniment on a long standing! r.lcrot. -
t 1 v/lute. Avuid the counterfeit as you would WtakocM of the Chest, Pulmonary .5 si>re leg. I ant compelled, in common bounty,
ft causes all <>res and ptiWinoiw wounds! t* di.- Affection, and all other IHwaw Garden Seeds. .-Pr-f. Dutibnr.! M. D, Baltimore Md ;

( charge all infected matter, and eradicates every impu- pi n son.GEORGE'S. fending to produce Consumption, UT.T I : A Baa, Flat Turnip, Cabbage. R M-K & .jilit ..'. ('. OriKk. M. D, B iltinw re-. Md.; P. B. Perkham. M. to ,mmi.e &ttr tati.'n to the merit efsntli an invaluable

: I nit from the iVktem. HONDURAS SARSAPARILLA Complaint, Tsu.aI. Irrvgularitln and C raHJBU RUT I). H.AMKS. IL UtiVn. X. Y.; I). Y. Foote. M. I D-, S> rnci e. X. Y.; merk-Ii! I niii the more anxious to do tLL, a* tLsperton

I' "5'.'. It does its work mildly, but eftectuslly, giving EXTRACT, For the cure of those diseases arising lgl.t> Bwau, Sitk, Exposure and Kenrog or *Imprudence Headache, Low In Ufe Spirits, CltroConntitutlonal July 9, 1S53. 27 tf M. H. MilU! M. D, Rooh

es .- 3: "nscious beauty and b'.ooiiiug )henlth, io the place of from an impure state of the blood, such as Serofulii, *1. DUtur ; and 1* a Spring and !>? Csinandaigt-a. X. Y.; \\*. W. Ret-e. M. D. City uii< courjubtly named LeI all" c-n leg.Le ><1u

,- ugliness aod soul sickening disease. Ftubborn uleers. *Liii diseMsemi, pimples on the face, aauB,rX>riiik) and General Took for tb. of New York ; W. Prew-tt. M. D, ('.ncord. X. H.Pamf.hltts I ed all remedies usually adapted in inch eases. lat
? and Lc. Aa 8;i ten, and a Gentle and Pleaaaot Purga- WATCHES, CLOCKS, AND JEWELRY. of I : I.ort time after ii'Jng your lininient. he was perfe tIv -
I female irriguluiitics complaints, a grneral lire, far superior to Blue Lick eiConfreM -4Ni- ciu: be had gratis at the drug Stores
IN CALLING ATTENTION DR GUYSOTTSIrnproTed t n'c nnd intifuratorofthe ty-trin it i.q ti/ieqiialid. Water, ftjtt, et the folluwin Aieiit.. and permanently cured. His leg is now asa M-CKJ
i This medicine not Jus for all disat tMdllt I'owicn. ever it was. Yi*. &e. K. K.'E&T.\ M. n.TO .
'I ; Extract of Yellow Dock and Sarfaparilla.we M ofr a cure JnllXSOX .1 EPPKS. Mot.ticello,

:' feel eoufi-lent that we are doing a service to all e*. but merely for those ariing from impure Uotxl.- .-, A1 RE now rerei\ine and have on SAMUEL: 1U1.F.S1N. do. THE PUBLIC.Firmertille .

ho may be afflicted with Scrofulous and other din- It it composed of PUKE no>ruRAs SAnxAPAuiLLA, combine q q .- : hand their Fall supply of I). H.AMES. Tullaha-ee. Union ParM La, Mrele 16. 1811.Ti .

,. order originating in hertditury taint or from impurity I with other purely vegetable substance of acknowledged BEAD READ HEAD COODS; ) to which tlnwoufdre- ABEL it GKIFFIX. Apalarhieola.J. t!.< Editors of the New Orleans Delta :

,e. r <-f the blued.! We have known instances within thopbereofouracqnuintauce efficacy, and is manufactured with the Tb* truly wonderful and remarkable curt th*! ha* cptct fully call the attintion of the public : B. Mp. nisi .t (C('_ Proprietors Central Depot, SOIBroadwiiv. I (*ei.tleiiien-we wish, through your valuable y>mnal. -

i2-: where the most formidable *parlla! bei g em* ander oar Immediate cbwrTalion, bar more than Gobi Hunting Lever.. bv Tol.ia Xew-York. ta' expres* tIb the public roluufarily. our sense rfth
S ,' iiftcmrxTt have been c.ure-1 the of to the strictest chemical and its onvlnecd a* that Doctor Bull 1* a BUT mi', and thai E. D. Johnson, '' 6m ..
,, [ by use Guysott's subjected tects. geuuiuener Fluid Extract of Saraaparilla U the most valuable II July .. ] :'f5i.: :t < ; e ..( one of the greatest discoveries f the tgt,
hi 'I
.,- .5 Extract of yellow Dick and Saronpnrilla alone.It atceitaintd before Wing used ; and it contain ombtnatkm* of vrgctable eztraeu that the teience ofhemlitry .Ii'di_ J1hti..u, sic : UK. I.T. HFNDLRSOX'S ".Arrrr uid

is one of the few advertised medicines that cannot ten thies as much Pure Honduras Sarcnparilla us any ha yet produced ill ineccif to the Doctor, labi ( ,it'ernev. Open Dial Gold I i-\vr Insolvent Estate Notice. Jjiiui"it Jfrul till, and Piilwonic Oil.

4 '. be stigmntised with quackery, f,r the Yellow other ever o/frr/ < for tale. new* enterpri with**our, ay neighbor we; of tunrtUt the Courier Cmtrur.W that. Doctor I. iilicsGnId" Hunting a Lev. era. bv C Arn<>M.Da\ia& ('o.. STATE (OF FLORIDA.[ ) Altl orgh we are not advocates of the hif o1-
agnes .
,, D-wk," and the SartiipanlU" are well known to beth We have endeavored, in GeorjreV Homlurnn Sar a- Bull U a prat man. an.l his Sarupanlla a cxilTiaMtuiciKi C.H.JKT LCo, Jttfers"ii County, to-vviiDAX f tti.t qt'fck medicines which i>>w feod! the ecwrtrf.'ws
most effieious (and at the same time innxiotw) a- parilla. to give to the public a Medicine which can be ; and w* are fully convinced that th.pIncorwlt Watthp"; of all description*, thinlf it but an set of sheer justice to the iuvfnti niof

cents in the whole Mat. ria Medico, and by for the depended upon to do for them (in the class of diseases tU garaapari la, will create a far morn enthuRiaitle excitement Silver Htintina: Levers, I EL T. LIXGO. Slo-riffand foffieio ndnrini.- to the public to cheerfully and Ti.Iuitirilr.
than Barnnm did with Und AV* would late of t>e
Eat, Jenny of thy ef John X. PartritUje.
4 best and preparation them Dr. to which it adapted) all that Medicine do and Silver I Hunting I Author. *. lupines, and common estate the above ni4wtii.e.
purest *> w Guysott'sYellow is can ; *x>t Lava our reader to undentand u* t* clasPing (ha .wid .untdcce.sl. lm.ms this day tiei! iu the Pn I from our own personal knowledge
( .
t Dock and Sawaparilla.SCOVIL. confident that we have done en. we leave it to the Doctor and hi* Sampaiiila with Ilarnura and Jenny Und, Watt-bet, and Maible; Mantle Clocks. [awl Lieh Lave Kn-en attested l by ncintrons.t ritatU -
kcUM all who spend their dollar for a Vottle of nulls bsife office .f i..ai.h cot-.ri'y a writtrti ..gcsi"n! that he
: : A MEAD rfiod common EE>HE of tlie penpfe to decide BETWEEN J I w itne-. 9.1 to that. used intrrnally. it M t'ne
.4 ; Earaaparilla will rtt it* equiralcnt; acd wf l.are hrard IIIlily believe* the E-tirte t-f baiJ: John X. t'artrislge, deceased. ay
.t Ill Chartres street New Orleann, ail rxtract of the TCRE iiODUaAS hAnnAPARiLLA nnd hinted, that many after hearing ton dirine Jenny, Fine fJoM Chatnlain Chnin Hr-ici-lot... fine Coral.IVarl 1 in-olv orTh.reui..n ofthtUt ii.etJHin fir tii-en-es I f the leas aid

r Sc W .leiwle General Agents for the Southern States, the many v rll'tt Extract of a wijj/tsjqaa common $ a.d finding! theIr pockeu miiiu from tan to twenty : :and (Jolil I Ii'Mini Pimmi. liar Kinij. Culf I I'm-, to e notice; i ij al! .. r.avinjj fri lit l l.i.g i,be .rvatu-n. ko >w it i it- the I rtt rru..y .1-
-N whoTi all order be addressed. Alo sold bv S'irii-irtll'i now sold. Then he not deceived. Itt.sottLoRGFS dollar, thought it was pacing pretty di-ar tot theWBUTLtOn jrivfn to perr n I rxtemalU fur or L.r&st in tL sure of
lo must objection we LaT to Dull'i Saruptnila, and OXLT 'u.r; liuttoiiami: Fiii'rr Itin-z: < J -,,.l.-mm..ii' (JoMr c.iitr.! nirait.frt >. id i-ia' ti appe.r an-1 file tLe in.e :ait i-ei1 i Iran
'; D. H. Ames Nash A t Co., E. Barnard Jr. TalllItaMee HONDURAS SARSAPARILLA c.i.a-It ii ut exceedingly Ieasant to the tail, and i' Yi-t. :iii-I I f riurd C'liainSo.iN.. |lDlkT.! 4. :i'ilK miL the Jtiifcet" 1'r- bale fi.r.ii l I e- tl.: -- .!i-cne fir 1.kL it i* advriti id.I .

s' A. H. Wilson, Xewjiort Samuel Pulcston, and von will be icwarded bv a quick mid easy cure. : Invigorating to the njnurn, thnt, once ic the habit of <-\ -. rMD.. il. \ tlrwnul will fuitler enviM
it it U to smoking f tit trn\f] chewing fire the 1 1th du.v of Ftbruiirv n-\t.
niing equal
Mouticello. Juun P. Jordan J t Co.. Quiucy, William TO THE LADIES.-You who vi 'h a b'raut.fi'l l.ngh<.rne' boat, or drinking Walker'* uibt julep*- Too .1.4)1':li 1 1'ii-k-. (J. M I I IV-n-i. (5..M; .m-1. Sil ncr Sjir.i' 1< T'tlU J CHASE.Jisl lilly one of i'* s.njieri"iitv iLl tie tore rf CiTu.B'pUoo1T

.. llugers, Chnttatioochie, B.-dtzell A. DickiMui" Mnri.innii, clmr tlm. (ice from all pimpK-c, blotches, andimpn- 6111% QUIT IT.- LemivtUt Vtmormt. I In'ilil<* i\cl; I .- iIv.T Sirtiil| : --. >ihtr an-1 I l IVsirl.irl ._ .fJ'rofl'. i 'M.HAND.Mrriff. CL T. PA ITOX. Clrrk.K .

; 'S W. S. Bell & Co, Buiubridge, Ga, E. SeixaTille Thuiuasr ritie we say abandon the use of pninMrind miitnn, The abotc coroblimeutary notice* fron the adlton tft (/'. (* -(--. >il\i r :Ip.l l li.l.ii.l IWtf M t M-v t I KLL1S. lfH>.rder, S. C. DAVIS.; A sc r,
35 q tb* I>r>ui OxNOT. and use the genuine George's Honduras Sarsa pa.ihla. Ceo. D. Frrntire Ffthe distinf( ul'tel e litor of UMIxoUTille I hl.1..r-1 I I'.iii-. I'..pur Xfirhf Dt-L-s, Port Folio- and N. M. Bl'AY; W. ct-.vI3ultrE.L'.

9. IMS.: 45 4mowU It beautifies the complexion by removing every par- Journal, In the /iloviug flattering notice. VlbtiiiM.) Fl iw i-r Vsi-*'<, Te.i Tratirainlu'e, ( -. I'nr- Notice. J. W IimiXASCE. II. P.HUTHN-ANCK. Ass.t.Liigis4.1 ,
_ _ _ _ _ _ _
tide of moibid or dii>ea ed nintter from the'blood. There I* no doubt in the world of the greatness of )lir and l'a--. .., (!l"ln" iui'1! Clini'i.lVx, fc; !.
S Freedom, from Fever in Six Hours. Doctor Bull, and tlie excellence of lit* S r aperllla. Some) .iiiimji C.IX niontl fiftt-r date, iin-Ier-isned adninLtrai
making it r, heiilttiy arid riqsos amid changing D.PAT.XH.
pus of the mot iclrntific phtuclann in the city keys applauded th. r ('Iii-t -r-. T.iMc AI.iN. Pm-ket COIIIJM. SIT- i,._. tor of the E:'tate of Alexan Itr il-n-Iry. dece.i> ii.httc II.R.BKVAK.
: Negative Electric Fluid ; or the yellow and dark countenance to the bloom and th* Faruparilla ; and *bat U a frrcatdMl better, the .i.% or-" Ch.iin*, one I'u-1-1 Cl.lI)1'.tz4, IL'LIe, Tea, an I IHand of fS.td...Iti County, Florida will prvnt hi* fnflsiceoiiiit February 19 1833. 1 111
j4. .. (rehnesm. of % (itlljl. million app'and it, too. It U Laving a treiucndoul calex BJU.ii.vr..
The celebrated Jayne ha from the profit of bit medidm, unil VOiIh1t15! to the HOIK Jutge! of Piobato .f HENDERSON
is OR SEATS' FEVER ANTIDOTE This medicine is put in lareelxiftles.oneff which, DR. I. T. ,
up bvllt a granite paiace in I'bila'lelpbia,KITCO *tf riee high, A xi) n. \rrin '. .%RC. aid CiM.ntv an-l a,k t ii 1 l. di ch..rtL
,4i.I ffHIS wonderful remedy has been thoroughly test- VIRTCE: is ryial ta six of any t-llitr tvr tnndf.CAVTIOV. and I>r. Bull If he choncef, can Try soon build one t ta.a GEORGE A. 1i.flNDItY.ieit..rmilcr tl.e mo .t succes-ful. sclct.tifiraetiticn.r of
'S JL ed during the last three years, in nil oases of Fever .-Find the name, of Comstock A Brothnr; aUh aa that. II i I', w* are told very diftcult for him Silver T..Llo.| It-. '.-rt. arrl! Tt-a SMM[ >H Butter NOW w e>fern e.
*l;!: : I from Typhus and, yellow to the simplest Inter- on the wrapper and you will get the geuuing Georg-% *O walk .through our Streets at all ; M,and be find himretfsrreitcil. liIiS e'- :ti.1 Sirr Cup Pl.teil! l 'IV.x Sr-t*, IW-lut-'. ; Ic I ZG of Chronic difeaces. ti. wit ; Cai.cer. Ser..ful
at by grateful men women
9.i.4i trerj itrp. tuanr -t'>r.. lriFm'ut tatiul.i.Vatrr4.! Hnttf-r. Ii-l.e.i C'uia-
: :i sod
S. roittent. <>r Chill and Fever, in various parts of the Honduras San-aparilln. of whom hare traveled from great Uieiaiice* to look open Notice.ALL i. Fun-ciw. ?frri tw ricerj.ti.-iu! PJvpr.s.
4 rb.s -. Union in Ceutral America and Eurojie. A inciediU All orders must be directed to COMSTOCK A their benefactor, and to bleu him for their wonderful ni
At U. as it with Bilious or any'ordi-] BROTHERS No. 2 St. IVti-r's Place, (rear of Ast tHouse. reiteration to health. The Doc I or, with all his etrcnIlns.ry -* -trt amid Tra Sif| >4iii>!. pcrvn* indebted! to the Estate of Augiu-tiue rr with all niM.ner; of Chroiiie Di-eare or Urntrat; 1)),-
may appear persons merit. I ii modest and w traM
: nujv Fever, are cuibled: to peifi-rw iheir accustomed .) New York. Price f 1 per bottle, or six IM.I- that tb* Kanteru cliMe rery will. In juniee retiring to tbemdlTei; yet *,give a Fnit-, n-.tilile n.irn-llt-d ( iiiii, Shot Powhn r.n1Pnwdi *. iWil., are H-piiM to cim-e f.iw.trd! amin.ake h.ilmtv aul C.tu.titutit.mud Ilernimrcn.em.t : ul' M )YJ

labor on the following diy after the attack, thus bein tie for *5. Citing inception to the dUtinxuixhed man who ha mad* r VIa-ks. F.i 'Ii-li Caps < !un Wad. Cl'i'i'tiUnN ; imiii'-di.iti. p: y nn.nl. Al- all per oi s brining li-t ".Vuri. a- welt a* a prartiln nern scert.t uimm

..: completely cured by this Medicine within twenty Sold oi.ly in Tallahassee bv EDWARD BAR M glonon a ompaign against.huiuao UMBM M Uwa* line T.ihV (*iterv.! witlmr wi'l.mit Fork.ir( ilmaii! of nun sort must pr tnt them \iithiii the 'if in 'n. arid ti"! =.e puculur t<' woman; Also! the !jsueeWi.l
; iBeoit mad the leic&n.e.H
S V,:. four hours. It can be u id by all without regard to NARD, Jolmron: tt t Eppes Montieello. J E. Stixnc,, against vi-r-, fi.ii jcH-kt-t C'utli-rv! of all dt -fiipiMi- ti:1Sci tiuic lues-cubed bLtw,
; nc ->-i-r< n-itl Shear*. NVuIkin C.iiu-", jec'r.liri-. WM. A. S1IANHS. A.'mV. .>n.irDi'ea M. C'au bv consulted ly letter

.4 $i ? age.The ex'lu-rSiiin Hamilton: Coun'y. Fbi Oct. 15, 15L 41 8w in person at fort (J-.hie*. Geo.

I (4akiiUt Lyon Gadsden Jai/kioti October j'5, 1W3. 41 eowly ", femalsKtedlclne -. Ilj/or- U.i/'ir SM<>] I.uliinV I'xtraot O>- TtlSTlMOXIALS.Lfvisii.ti .
: the counties John Dull' aparla! U on* of the great**
.. Jefferson. MaJisou anJ Hamilton, Fiotidn, has been now in *xi 5 .
5, Notice. where conititution i debilitated, Die nrrvou energy Si111)4.! Octob-r 3im, IXZ-2. 4" Henderson. I must to all ** *.Uti -
whom all orders Dr. ear contrary p
the C
I 'ri5 transferred U undersigned) to I* .erreued, wneu tne enoru or nature are weak ana umersijiied! } Asjent of the above mpan*.
must he made from said counties. A peron interested will jdeasp lake ioir/! deficient, or are pre.l'uK and overwrought, when the fae JL will n-tvivr applieatioiH f.r and make iiiiunwrajraint .>tiT j-jl1 hav inpletely cured my isleT of the Ceo-

(Put tip in buttles at 25 cents and 11 ; cr ix bet- that the uiideiEigneil.. adn>ini, >trht/ <'f the Estate t* pale and coloring,the strength ferbl and yielding, thespirit PREMIUM COTTON GINS. !lose by Fire, on Brick and Frame LudJingsKuniiture ci-ri'flifr breast. and Mrs. (*-. of the Polypusif

K ties for J5. A liberal discount made to Druggists and of Yi lit Harris, deetjisrd, will apply to the lion. nakcu.troubled and, conw cudthe ed, happlneai the health detrojrd broken,,mud then C' 1'. T.\YI
S 1 : t 4.4 Dealer A. II. WILSON. Wayles Hiker. Judge of the Circuit C ."rt for thw Hull' S.rv'partIe: U a toTerrign reioedy. It awbtsKature UA. I <> C.i inn (iiu Maiiul.iclorvliav i .it- : 1.3. 4 B C. LEWIS. of Chroniir Diseases has proved better than cay

& r Whol.saU and Retail Drug ,i it, Middle Circuit of Fl!."Ida, at his office in i'ailaiaic.o. Iu the ) >rfonnaijce of her July brace the whoU -ijC! jaIls I lo j-i noil lire I to I llii-ir Pal I runs amid! i the: Pianis l1.iilg I liJive ever met with iu my 25 years iorestigtiou *-

'A New Port, I-'lotid*. on Tuesday the third day of January next at 10 o'- obstruction J.tern.tn.wI, check pennarxntly th, *create Iitur&I energies and, removes heaDily generally, I Imroiihiaii I I the Coilon guv i ing rcthVv Gadsden Circuit Court. aud pn.etke.Ywura .
4 ':' For sale also at the Pnif Stores of D. IL Ames clock A. M, for authority to fctll th- following LoU of blood and impart health and happine pun*. Wet ladies, Ill,,. I iai aieprtpared I losupplv anv number George N. Heir & Jamca S. Rust, ) BILL RitpM trolly. T. A. HOBI5S. M. D.FAUMERVILLZ. .

aod of E. Bernard, Jr., Tallahassee. ground belonging to said estate for the benefit of the generally, to adopt the ue of thl medicine w* would Ni .1 I I Iht-ir i-leliiateit I'nhiiif.-M tis. vs. For fa.reclsure of LA. November 18. 1851.Dr. .

1 ft. .T...,,. i Q IQ.VI. 21 infant children and heir of *>iiddec< nccd. to wit- Lots far than lea now lulTrrmg exliu ;,timltk d raie would and onbapplaMsmoDg take tIe pWr of dixae them., Where I llifM-'Iiiis;i li.ixe tirrn onceii-rcl, j it t vvouM William A. J. Wright } Mortgage. Hrnderson. the medicine prepared for Tm

1 : No. 15, 16. 47 49, 50. 53. 51. 5C.and partof4\ iii tl.e the roT chrek would ucceed the pallid &ce; w* should .... ilci-iiifd UTiiifrt s ;irt' rtouuty Lana Warrants N. W. Addition ..f the City of Tallahassee. Als hate (mile* Inured of tearr. and ]*rbap* a happy long \vonl i ii a then. lavor, n- I hey (eel cuiilidi-nl I lit- n.a- I jijij-t-iiriiig named defendant resides -nicceeded., Mid 1 feel no hefitamv in sajioe to (Isw..rM
the above out
flrJ4e.I ... BOUGhT Kt the Mgtirxt rrice, and procured uK Lots No. 6S, 81, 96, 103. and 106. in the S i of the by life,eontlnou initead of(on uflvring* cut short and by atBietlon.dmedM,or Al raad that mUerabU critical nineH I i'4Ve been brought. I t > soc I. perlerlion.I I that of the caLte.Slate that nr Florida, but in the t'mtcd S'ates. r.s 1 have said to you, that in many year apfricnoe lms
who have not been able to estabjll -R County I Addition to bald City of Tall.ihasseu.R. period called the "turn of life," which U often attended I Iheir superior perlmtiauc-f will i I I rtcoinineiitl I heir, It i" Onl'nd 'hat the ,aid deft-ut'ant
'-:4.: tm,; lush. their claims. If any have received a less i. A. ShINE Adm'r. wIsh to much danger Dull' Santaparilla to found to exert in piefieiice to all ot hem (*in' no-.v in I u-c. Foi the nf tiled iu tlii- I Sicientific Practitioners, you are the very best ol
and the Dill Complaint c.tu-e.
4:7 i:'!. amount titan they were entitled to, let me know it.t .- Bv D. W. Owynn, att'r. a ahonld mot be beneficial apprised effect ol til*All fact ladle, end approaching avail lbSalTwl thi*Of cri4 th'*. p -titi-faclion ul I tho'-e who hve, not u' < cl I the (iins, within answer fnr innijtl.s frum the dato .f the publication aif Chr.-nie Picnses I ever met with or read after. R

$. 1.-s Having had f
S and settling Government claims, I understand j prieli-r* need iinlv iavlhat I I the. FinT I'leiniumj thisurdet be NEW"Onirjuis la, August 7. 1552.

fully the wax mid. means getting through the various Metallic Burial Cases. A BEAUTIFUL CLEAH SKill. j have been awaided; to I ihetn for the BEST Gl.\I exhi'Mtcdai itmfes*iu d : Pru\idtdThat a pubhahcil ct.pyof in Talltthabsee published Dear Sir : Your medicines ar.d directions ill usea

Departments; At Washington.' I hare in inv ; I he great State [Fair held at A I.it.lj.Geor- auie newspaptr mtinths.j. t-s of Ulcers Ac, tc.. have all seernlly bo ace
Bow we all admlr a ei..ar, keantifal, whit ski. *nd ft once a week fur the spuee lit t four saUtictory. -
: aKo the Alabama and Georgia A riculluial.itid and I find them entirely
Florida Ala at tried bv
possession record evidence (-f236 67 roy colored ch vk! How ofrta do we w perton not *o- Sia ; WAYLFS BAKER, Judge. *>ftilly me,
15-4 '4 t ttfima, 120 Georgia, besides South Carolina and Ten eenlng this drolderatum, to devoutly to b* wished MeclianirVKair, held at Coluiiibii! >> ; and *l tlie AT CIIWBERH. October, 185:5.: 45 4m : and believe jour svetem better than say

? & aess e Muster ttolls of pcrswiis engaged in the Florida resorting to cosmetic them lotionabe*, paint, and coloring iniiual Fair of f t Ih. South Carolina i i ash itimi e, at with which I have ever come across.

I t'h-'t-.y.t-i ; War. If you have any Quarter Master, Pennon, 01 aaflrliU ta dennred to re.tore them of, and to that a camblanci too with of great what Injury fllim to 'hul. ktnn. The CVlton ginned on thfur Gin, re- Middle Circuit of Florida.IN Yours Respectfully. T. C. McFARLIX. M. P.

I r No obtain the iklu. Hull'( eived I the tir--1 Piominmo at I the exhibition I.eld: in of tes.imonials can be seen bj eaThel
Bounty Laud Ciaiio, call iu. charge if I lIE undersigned keeps constantly on hand van Kanaparilla if the beet cosmetic known. LEON CIRCUIT COURT. Any amount
I; : no money. C. H. BLOOD. T Otis zcs of the Patent Metallic Burial Casts It beaatine the kin by remoring every particl of morbid 'harle-lon.Si.nth Cd rol ilia, aiii. .i even Fair where l on the undersigned. liu flatters himself in poMeS$4

I i N. D. Persons with unsettled business connected mentioned in tho accompanying certificate.J. snd and diseased Tigorou matter, gIVIng frctu actlrlty the blood to every,mucking minuu k pure rewel,healthy, and imple-ot Cotton I Irom I Ilicm I have been exhibited. J.?eph B. Kitehdor, "| To Spg. Term 1S53. Attachment of a decidrd knowledg analog from ten years CkU
Debt. sAd
.. ::4 :' with the late estaUhmcut arc also invited to call A. EDMONDSON. ehangiog the jellow and dark cooutenane to tb* bloom The' 1'ropiietoi-have in I Iheir !)ocssil.ii :iutyit.r- vs. in Amount practice observation and experience iu the w est
1 ; : Novembers. 1853. 44 6m and fretbne of youth. Ladies, abandon the OM of paint .i.-rerlificat ln.in Planter, Coilon. Hroker (ComiNion James H. P.ranuh, & J j sftoru U> llUl'-t OU. I the Hospitals ..f New Orleans. His sjstrni, gives but
and mixture and UM JtaU't Hariapanlla. tho only effectual .Mtrrhaiiland. Miiniiacltners t Uranch. and wLiOt
J of I Cotton Joseph the knife
1 ; WASHINGTON, April 5th.MESSES. mnedy. "A word to the wi* U nilBoigot sad a hint 1* a little pain and seldom ever uses
iuiiUlelifvin.f I < I ttijl I lie xrrfiniiancp ol t the Gins and all others will take notice f I MmeJies wuL
F QUINCY MALE AND FEMALE Fist AiD RAYMOND, enough for the ladMa.W ; ] Defendant eompelUl only to a limited extent,

f A e l A. 1 >"i78Tw t GanMaNWe witnessed the utility of your ornamental and I the oample* produced bv I hem cannot be excelled THE institution of the above suit by attachment instead of irritutiug.

I. "V Patent llctallie Burial Case." lined to con *.metly Invite all tenons whe are nfferioc wimajy bv auv Gins ever manufactured. and arc hereby notified to appear and plead to the REFERENCES.

'PHE next session will begin on the first Monday in vey the remains of the late Hon. John C. Calhoun to of the ills that fleA I* a s1r to," to cJl on Dr. Jobs All ordeis for Gin", given either to our travelling deilaratun, according ta' the rule of the couit. Gw. JosEni WALKER. Ex-GoT. ISAAC Jo""

r i X Jaauary ISSi, and eloM on the last Thursday iuMy. the Congressional Cemetery, which impressed us wiih Bull1* Agent, and get a cop of hulls family Journal, >r local V.jenl, oi rv\an'ed to the Proprietors bv HUGH ARCHER, Jr, Clerk. Hov S. W. DOWNS. P. SOCLE. U. S. Sen3tOCM| L
; session will the tirst SlAIN; and for the sake of humanity, we hope tbat 'n.iilwill, .ilwavx rereire 0. Dr.CAaralaii .
second atteni ;
fJ'li: t The commeiK on the belief that it is the bet-It article known to us fur MilLie individual will not be found,unwiUrag$ to gi"Bull's prompt 1(111. Gins; November 20, 1833. 47 3m Professors STO.NE, HAEKISOX. Htst of *. ;
fit; '! Mpnc.hlyinJUfle. The course of instruction is mffii transporting the dead to their final resting-place. Kanaparilla a TRIAL, after reading, and re lleUBg, at th* vill be enl to any part of the country and warranted r DUW> and HtADMsos.oI .
i .4c3'f : <-i utly extensive to prepare sluJcnt for adaiiwion to With we suhfcrihe ourselves Yours: ste. mm* time, that it i* impossible for the Doctor to publish losfive i.itNlartion. Attention Look Here KR.
respect 7
the adraaccd clawcs in College, or fur entering Ski toMh part of th* nomUr of oertLS..g atitrgwre JOS L ib-ITON. Asent, Tahiahasce.Cnlmiinbiiqt'm February 19. 1853.
f m' upon II. Cmv. D. R. Atchison, Jeff. Dnvig, performed by hi* Sanaparilla. The amount of t**> STABLES LIVERY STABLES"LL !
the study of th* learned profosMous. Lewis Cass, A. C. Greene, W. R. King, mouy voluntarily showered on Dr. Ball's Harnpejill*, Much 20, 1S'?. 11 iy LIVERY Drugs, Chemical, &o-
Able aud faithful teacher are employed in the sevntl D. S. Dickinson Dan. Webster from well known and dintlnguUhed Iidivldnal. both lapabll 1 you that want to r'l'er.jJC3R' L'A.

3 3f c .. departments. The institution is provided xuth) a J. M. Mason, J. M. Berrien, Henry W. P. Mangum.Dix'ge, XT"* and Dr. John privmt BuD life',*ha Principal been perfectly Oflic: CTcrwbaUning West sUs ? C ROCKERY, GLASS and STONE WARE : i c u good Horses, or 'Wt\X E' &' SULPHATE QUININE, warranted |*r. awl

r j it : < jood Apparatus, a library, and a valuable collectionS October 1, 1853. 39 tf e.' arl door below list, Lo kriU*. KJU. for sale low by HEIR A RUST. _,neat Buggies and Carriages
; Minemls, and every facility is afforded to Student October 15. 1853. 41 Don't; say no t tAll Oil Clack pepper.

j S S JJU4: -i"' (4.either rex, for acquiring a thorough education. Tax Collector's Sale. ii. A l'alhdIU.Aaee. you that want to have your Horses well rubbed, Puritied Cnimidini_? aartsciI prvpald ftei ib

,; ,iHJMi4 S. 'Board, including washing, may be obtainedin the famil July 10. 1853. !28! Cm Sale of Lands. well fed and well eared f-r-Don't say no Peruvian Bark considered nearly! e1ual to

< t: *: of tlie Priuapal at $10 per month. Thole boarding BY virtue of authority in mo vested by law, I have the 15th day of December next will be sold at But call! William H.Newsouie's Livery Stables about one third the price.
all times hare his direction levied upon and will expose for snip before the ON above the Post Office, of Chemicals vt the bs"
r W with liim may at and Semper Paratus.THE the late residence of Weoley Forbs, deceased, situate on Monroe street opposite ALSO, a general supply
Court Howe in the town of Gadsden
Quincy, County accommoda
assistance in their studies and are kept under such the lands and improvements of said deceased, consist the Jail, and you w.ill be cheerfully quality.
on the third Monday in April next, the following described
; wholesome restraint, M i ii ocectsary to secure that Subscribers hare DOW on hand ing of a good! Dwelling House and Out Houses three
wn'l. Mental aod Moral culture, for which they are placed State and property or *o much thereof a* will pay the .L nnd are. daily expecting fresh additw hundred and sixty acres of land, one hundred and ted.Suitable Lots will be always found vacant for the Fine Cologne,Lut>m' ExtiacU. and an ssort *

t i in the institution. Boy are not allowed to visit such County Taxes due thereon for the year to their Urge ami well selected stock twenty acres land, and all in repair. The reception of Drover's Stock. of Fancy Toilet Articles at 7J low prices.
lucli associations 1888, and the necessary expense incident thereto, to ** of Drugs and Medicines ojx-n good be invites to give him a call and Killer, Kadway. Ready ***
JfflfeM place of amusement, or to form as wit *W* at their old stand undersigned will sell at the same time one hundred Once moru you Davis Pain
: calculated to corrupt their Morals, or to draw oflUr : in Qumcy. Our stock will comprise article usually will forth on your way redjiiicing.Whit. Osgood's India Chohagngt.Rose's .
art every and sixty acres of Lam) go
Two hundred and adjoining, eighty acres open you M.*
ten of land and other Family
;' -. S attention from their rtudiea. For further inforfaatiua Creek to Robert acre Jimemon., lying on kept in a Drug Store, and A great many things land, if the purchaser: of the above estate should it.NEWSOM. celekated Plaster.,

: :. respecting rate of tuition, regulation Ac, see belonging HUGH that are not We have constantly on hand Medicine wish it AUo seven or eight hundred bushel of Com. September 3, 1853. S3 tf kines.Jayne's. byD.
-1 Catalogue, wfaiek )*e obtained by appUeation to O. McLEAN. of all kinds, official and patent, warranted of the best Medi"i -. kx.,Jut recerrsti
may Fodder, Horses Ox and of Oxen
i Tax Collector for Gadsoen Waggons, cart a yoke IL ML-
County. Paints and
N. H. 8TEWAB1 PriucipaL"October quality Paiuttng Materials Dental Instruments GOODS !
October 18. 1868. 41 Cattle, Hogs, House Hold and Kitchen furniture, (
I ij1.j: at. 185*. 6m ,Varnishes, Brushes of Perfumery I$53. !
42 every variety. July 9.
fine Boilers
Sugar a Plantation Tools Sugar ,
from the Musk tit Buggy, Per Gen. WiUton J. G. Anderson and Tehuantepec.
Tax Collector's Bale. "powerful the delicate Mignonette and part of a Brick-kiln. Terms made known on day -
rtL I Notice. Medicine Chest NOW LANDING. For Sale.rpHEundersigned .
t.:4.: interested will B virtue of the power vested in m* by law, I shall Hair Oils and Soaps, Hull*, furnished-fee'*. Patent/Abdominal Planter* use, of sale. The lands can be void at any time previous to of his GENERAL sale !nil?*' '.
offer for
i1dt A VL persons please take notice that for tale before th Court House Supporters the day of sale. E. FOUB J. lIE- Subscriber is now receiving part
: JUM WBderaigaed, admiuisUator of tbe estate of J in expose the County of,Gadsden the third at Quincy Trusses. to, all of which,we offer ft* sale on October 22, 183. 42 8w T FALL SUPPLY of ALL GOODS required 1 ling House and 60 acre* of land ** "
on in '
,. 0. Padrick, deceased, will l aprfj to th* Hon. J.WayU described Monday the most accommodating terfls, nd gut/aoiee our for this market and the country generally,comprising Tallal.assee the 'Bella Air RO3-

1' --. S Baker, Judge of the CSrenit Court for the much April thereof next, the following will the State and property, or so good to ta a* good and a* cheap at\utj fcb to South Citation.State Hardware, Dry Goods, Crockery, Saddlery, House has six large rooms, well finished't oS'
UUUe; Circuit of Florida, it hi* office j hi Tallahawe*. pay CountyTaxct of New York can furnish. To PtaHttfaod I'bysi- Boot. and Shoe. FANCY GOODS, NEGRO CLOTHING ices ia a substantial out Kitchen sal go J

Si I' ooToeeday tbe tlA-d day of January next, at lO.o'. JIM thereon for the year 1868 wit and tha necessary expanse clans w* will mak liberal dis ng of Florida, > COURT OF PROBATE, BLANKETS, GROCERIES Iron and Steel, The property will U offered o

.i : lock, A. M, ftntbority to Mil tbe N. i of Lot No. incident thereto, to : their year's uppHea All ord attended County of Leon f AT CHAMBERS. PROVISIONS! FURNITURE BAGGING, ROPE term this i is one of the mot dsairals 1O

; C6 In the Origiaal Plan of Ui City of Tallahassee Five hundred aod sixty-one acres of land lying on to, day or night, and all article eMOMMea not in our To the Widow and next of kin of Franklin T. Croinor- and TWINE. Leon For term apply to the fina ci i1

: lite property mflief Want mod other children and dutribbU Rook Creek, purporting to belong to L. B. Catlin. line, accompanying orders, we will ptu4 a*. for them tie, deceased: Prices low to suit the times. 4 Slosser County., next door to D. H. roe's Drc St.-

r ofaaid deceased, to be sold for the bcn fit ol HUGH O. McLEAN, fre of charge. A WHEREAS, a petition hath been filed in my of price paid for Cotton, Hides, Beeswai T1IOMA5Oetobgr8

: .aid cJiUdren and diatributee Tax Collector for Gadsden County. All those in arrear we would! urge to come forward granting of Probate upon thu nuncupative Tallow highest etc. LADD. 40
AHm'r October 15. INS. 41 omNotice. and settle by cash if convenient if Will of the said Franklin T. Cromartie ,
ALET. T.BLOCKER, ; not, by note, an :- Newport October 8. 1S53 40_ :
[ Bj D. W. G-wyrn, Att'y. all open account will \*> eud on the last of this month You are therefore hereby notified that I have ap- Boots fit Shoea,

Mlfl: Deenaber 8, IMS. 46 4t JOHN P. JORDAN A CO. poiutcd Thursday the 29th day of December next, for Notice. T

; S x month. after date. the undersigned, Administrator Qumey, August 18, 1653. 82 tf the bearing of hoid petition, and you arc hereby cited indebted to the estate of Uenry Sapp, 0F every de.eri and sace

-b. ; Notice. on the estate of James Forehand deceased and called to appear at roy office at the Court Honae ALL persons of Madison County, deceased, are requested byU

late of Leon County, will present their final accounts Notice. in the City of Tallahassee on the day aforesaid, at 10 immediate payment, and those having do- I85.5O00 .

IfUUTT day from the nest nobTication of his DO MK! vouchers U> the Judge of Probate of Leon County, o'clock, A. M. in order that you may contest the same to make said estate, are notified to present
1 > tk thi ind ragMd{ wjdow of the late J. J. 0' nd ask to be discharged. weeks after date, the undersigned will apply if you shall think fit. mand against Jaw will
by they
SIX the time prencnbed or blket
lT.nl, dt eaMd, will apply to the Court of Probate o WILLIAMS. FOREHAND, the Honorable Judge of Probate 'for Leon Given under my band and seal of office, this them within WlLLIAM SAPP. ) DRY flWE.;. top whb the

-. .1 Leoo Ooonty, for Dower In tbe estate of said husband EDWARD BLACKLEDGE, County for letter of artininutratioa on the estate olWiliam 26th day October A. D. 18SX. b.i barred. HUQ1I HADDIX, f Tn' pnise will b paid by ,

t.,. MARY ANN O'NMIL. Admin iirafrjrs. L. Thompson, deceased, late of Leon Countv D. V'. OWrXJT. Judge of Probate. November 5 1P33. 81 October e l3. .
1. j D ,*(ub