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 31, 1853
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
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System ID: UF00079928:00243
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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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DYSPEPSIA CURED BY THE LIVER PILLS. A f fcvi daft i 'after th!* conversation took cannot give place to weakness. Justice must Politically Damned.;-MeVtcker, Yfcnie _

((b IjarLr5tn( (arbs. C3T" That-lingering disease dyspepsia- often mistaken pcfrL. I I place, Mr.: :ElKhigton, who wai,:a merchant, be done though tbe heavens should full. I Mack, commedian to the born republicans, r

for consumption, has its origin in a diseased condition was rather surprised to receive a notificationthat each one, against whom a crimp is commite laU the following good story to u daring _
GADSDEX of the Liver, nnd therefore be effectually he had overdrawn hi& bank should this city. will to
JAMES & CO., may = account suffer the offender, when in power, stay I serve give some _
cured by the use (If Dr. McLane's Liver Pills which WORK] AWAY. Idea of the *
thousand dollars. to principle ingredients'
than two of
more escape, every social safeguard would be .a _
& Cotton Factors have' become celebrated and effectual
UjHand as Ppeedv
Sea-Island mistake said he le oved. No in political life down Sooth. It will
to James away
curb for this class of diseases. Dr. Oliver Morgan, a Altogether a no, painful as the act _
-ALSO- distinguished physician of Virginia Tuth a very extensive Work away I as he opened his desk, in order to take there- \11 be, I must give,you up to justice." remembered by many persona in Ahi neighborhood
on us!!,
Muster's _
Cenaral Commission Merchants, practice has used! these! pills iu all t'Uifo( For Never the off us, still eye upon us: I from his bank book. But the bank book was Mr. Elkington turned to leave the room. that McG., an Alabama Man arrived _
dyfjwpsin with complete success. Ceitificates in abundance the usual After But, as he did so, the at Cleveland about two in
\ i No. 62 East Bay, Night and day, I not in place. tumbling over wretched young man 1 .ago _
CJI.1/LlST s. C.Cci..J invaluable! are medicine.in the hands TLe following of the proprietors from Ohio speaks of this]1; Woik away I I some papers hurriedly, to see if it were not started forward, and seizing his hand, said, search of a fugitive from justice. He pat up
Keep the busy fingers plyinr.Keep I, imploringly: at the Weddell House and his
n:9GADSDEx, volumes : concealed beneath them, he turned to one of during stay bad _
*> : ) shuttles ,
the ceaseless flying
JjKO F. EPWARDS, \ Opposite P. and .%I. Bank. RICHMOND, J cff. Co., Ohio. See that never thread lies wrong ; his'clerks and said : 1 have a poor widowed mother, sir ; if a difficulty a with person who roomed with

E1cHARr' E.8CIlE\'!: ) MFRSES.: J. KIDD t Co.-Thi* is to et'rtiftllat my Let not clash nor clatter round us. Where is James?1" : her son is disgraced her heart wi be broken." him, one evening, in which McG. shot three _

septemer1OIS53. 88 6m wife has been afflicted for several years with the following Sound of whirling wheels confound us ; He hasn't been to the store this morning, You should have thought that before, I I times at his antagonist only slightly wound

pain! nt periods more or Jess! : Pain in the Steady hand let woof be strong James. It is too late now." ing him the third ti He immediately
WALTERS & WALKER, light side, about the edge bark of the ribs.of the extending head and to the And firm that has to last so long 1 ,. Whv Is he sick ?" Do not say this 0, sir, do not say this! I arrested and jail, and.on the mor- _
iu the a-
shoulder pain part Work I
Cotton Factors, and General Com hove the;eye, accompanied by weakness loss of appetite away I cann"t tell, sir. He made no complaint am not so bad as you think. Though I wickedly ning after the arrest the following scene took
confined to hr bed. Since Keep upon the anvil ringing took I did not it. place in the prison.
mission Merchants. and almost constantly indisposition on leaving the store last eve your money spend _
Aurutshe has used throe boxes of Jr. MeLnnet Ltvtr Stroke of hammer (III the gloom ; Every dollar is returned to But, ah A friend of the Marshal his
and 'twixt ) ning. you. enter ; _
-ALbOAg / and I have to state that by the use of Set 'twixt table tomb and found bins 'Ctl
/ // now his
etta for the Pioneer Line of PackeU betweenClJARI.ESTOS these pills she has been henofiltcd in no ordinaty de Shower of fiery spirkl: flinging; It was on the lip of :Mr. Elkington to say, sir, if you ruin me before the world-if yon hands seate resting
Under the providence of God she IIOenjoJs Keep the mighty furnace glowing, in a doubtful tone of voice- have me removed from al contact with the and one who had entirely

AXD XRWPOUT.Boyce gree.g.x'd health, and is able to attend to tlll'tI"1I1/l'tit'cun, Keep the red ore hiding. flowing There's something wrong ;" but checking virtuous, and associate with old and hardened given up to despair. .Come, Mack:" said

& Co's Wharf, ci'rns of my fa nil y. JAMES HT1:WART. Swift within the ready mould old; the. utterance thereof, he took his hat an.l criminals! what hope is left for me ? I his friend, cheer up; there is no gr.&hn
thut l'Rl'hIIIC than the
CHAJiLEbTOy. S. C. For pale at all the Drug Stores!! in Tallahassee, and Still be fitter still be fairer left the store. A little while afterwards he I could be overcome in temptation while surrounded done; the man is bat slightly ,

TS. WILMOT WALTER. GKOUGE 11. W ALTEa, at one Agency! in every Town in the South. For the servants use, and rarer presented himself at the counter of the hank with safeguards, how will I be able the matter will not be prosecuted." a'

1852.H. T. VALKFO.Auciitl3 32:!-ly. December 11-, 1853. 52:; 2t For the Master to behold ; where he kept his deposits, and asked the to stand when all these are removed ? 0, sir, Ruined ruined ruined!" goaned' the

triumphant t success of the "great Arabian romp- Work away book-keeper to oblige him by turning to his I claim justice for myself; justice for my unhappy Marshal, without" even changing psition.
lv f.-rman and <.a"t. II. O. FAKUKLL'S CF.LE- Work away acconnt. I : mother. Do not utterly ruin the wid- Ruined bah! returned his friend ,

A. PERRY AMAKER, HRATKD ARABIAN LINIMENT, is! canting Cf.unterfeit's For the Leader's eye is on us, I see no credit here for two thousand ows's only son!" be a child. I tell you the wound i but slight, .
SAW to p..inlup. \ all over the country spreadingtlnir Never otf us, still upon us, and besides it
ATTY! AT I "Justice justice said Mr.I was an aggravated case, and ;
baneful influence 0\fOr the lal1fl. robbing the Night: and day (dollar! deposited yesterday, said :Mr. El- Elkington,
TALLAHASSEE:: !::, FLA. in half-bewildered manner ns he turned had you killed him you wouldn't have been
pickets of the honest anti unsuspecting by imposing Wide the trackless prairies round us, kinfFtnn. | a toward .
May :1. IS3. 20 upon them worthless' mid jioisonons trash! for the pn Deep the savage: mountains l houlld! us, Did! you make such a deposit ?t" asked the young man. You talk justice !". ruined.?
uine II. 1;. FatrellV Arabian Liniment. Ft-llow citi- Dark an.l unsunned woods suriouud us, the hook-keeper. it be just to destroy a young man, I know it," said the Marshal, suddenly

JOHN B. GALBRAITH, 1.l'nQ. l look well lioforo you 'buy. and Pee that tin- labil} Far away I certainly did at least I "Wi might save him i" The voico of starting up ; but three times only think of
; or, intended to you
AT LAW fJ.'U-foie'Farrell.: far if it ha- savannahs
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR of the bottle has II. not Smile the soft : green it-to shoot three times
Tallahassee Florida. it 5 i' tofu/!',ft if. The label round each bottle of the Rivers sweep and roll between; make it." I Craig was now firm, and his eye steady.- at a man and not kill '
him I'm
genuine Liniment reads thus: .']l. G. Farrell's Cele Woik away The blotter of the receiving teller was referred His imminent peril had made him calmer. politically damned in AlahamaDeroit .

W Offioe up-Main in the Capitol immediately brateil l Arabian Liniment" and (the signature: of the Bring ywur axes: woodmen true- to, but no credit of the sum mentioned I The law was made for the protection of ''ime8. _
adjoining the Senate Chamber [Oct. 9. 40 propri" tor is written tIII| tlj" label also, and those Smite the forest till the blue found Lhereon..c society. You have-"
words are }blown' in the gla' s bottle: 11. G. Fairell's Of hca\eifs sunny eye htok through wa. ;oh Eemble- '.
"' D. P. HOLLAND, Arabian Liniment. IVoiia." Every wide antI tangled glade, does your bank book say: ?1" inquired 'I Listen, Mr. Elkington Hear to reason. I always had great

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW The daring\ Ixihliu-s\ (tf the n.creant who would deceive Jungle<: swamp HIH! thicket shade, the teller. Will society be safer, so far as I am concerned sort of nondescrint_ JkingI may. say] a

Quinry, Florida, the people by imposing upon them worthless Give; i-dav '. "I can't find it," said Mr. Elkington, in < ten years hence, if, by your act, I am Kemble. What-a- j quaint- t creature--C-- v he S w% "!

THILL practice in the Courts of the Middle Circuit trash f"r a really genuine and good medicine, thus! O'er the (torrents fling your bridge, !some confusion and perplexity of manner.- I hardened[ into a deliberate criminal ?I" I remember in was
tlwin.ut I t their but thatvbih Pioneers I the ridges a party waich be was discoursing -
and Jackson and Franklin Counties. not only money It has been overlaid, in or desk.- Tho stern purpose of the merchant began in his .
is far lrt'r-tl\lr\ ht'llth-ought to be held Widen. smooth the! rocky stair- upon my measured manner, after din-
Oct ilier23.. IMS. 42 tf up in scorn and mert the contempt his dastnrthhv spir They that follow far behind But I know the deposit was made." I to waver. Craig saw it, and, grasping his ner, when the servant announced bis carriage.He .

WILLIAM SCOTT, it merits. Ix>t every' one, then, who regards his own Coming after us, will find The bank hook will settle tho matter at II hand, said( nodded and on. The
health and wishes truth and hOllr.'f.t/to triumph over Surer easier fiMing there ; once," remarked the teller. I Think of my poor mother, and let me go ment took \ent twice annODOc
ATTORNEY: : : ATMONTICELLO LAW 011'/"flllrnlif.I. put his heel on all base 171patitionx. lleu.it to heart and hand with hand, I place afterwards, Kemble
d'CfpHon Believe' sir head will
"I don't the look of this at all, said.Mr. free. me, your rest upon each time nodded his
!:: FLA. and uphold that: which \jitst and riyfit.- Irvin the dawn duk o'day' head a little more impatiently -
The genuine H. G. FaiTell's Arabian Liniment; has Work away : mkin ton to himself, as he went hurriedly a quieter piow than if you set the heel of but still going on. At last, and for

July SO., 1853.. 30 tljanEKSK1NE proved itrielfto be the most remarkable medicine Scouts ujH.ii the inountain; rt'lk- I back to his store.It J Ilm's absent ; the imaginary justice on my heart, and crushed the fourth time, the servant and said
& DILWOHTJI known for the cure of rheumatism! neuralgia pains, Yet that till the 1'..,Iui"ed Land, bank; book not to be found ; and no memorandum out all innocence beneath its iron tread." -" Ir. Kemble! sir enter the rheu-

wherever located, pprain bruises, hardened lump*, Hearten us f..r you can speakOf ( of a two thousand dollar deposit ] A moment or two Mr. Elkington paused. mati'w, and cannot says ", "
ATTORNEYS AT LAW1NONTIeET.LO I burn! wounds corns, chronic. Fore and weak C'I'8. the country y.nijliiive :>ocauucd stay. Add
made! yesterday, stand to my credit. What Then, in a softened voice, he said- John in i"lrop
fur ped
lame back. etc. ete.; and is an effectual remedy" Far iiw uy a parenthesis, and
AM) QUINCV.Jonx : horses and cattle, in the cure (If sweeny. di t<,ternper can it mean ? Surely, that young man has What then 1 in his harrangue.

EKSKISE!: Quiucy VT S. DILWORTH, Mouticcllo. lameness' dry shoulder! splint, wounds:etc_ etc.. an.ll I Work away !1For not robbed} me lIe cannot be so base.- I will pass on farther South ; and, undera Kemble would! correct
the F.ithei's is anybody
July 2 1S53. 29 will ,alwav' the further ( fyolil.! fi--- eve on us, if he has'!" seek to win hack for any
st.p progress. : : Never .'ff u-.. till ;upon: But new name, myself by time and in any place. Dear Charles Mat
--- I f..1'1.. ringbone, and bloo )111\) \III, it used iu the uguiuing. Ni.'ht aud day I low stern and hard instantly became honest industry, the position I have lost." thtws-a true genius in his line, in judg '
-------- my
FAIRBANKS'PLATFORM Loot uiit fur Countfffit* W'.HK AMI: IRA countenance of the mei chant. the'I'I' Mr. Elkington stood silent for the space of ment-told me he was once performing pri

The public' are cautioni-d sigiiui't: another counter Prayer and work will be completer; If he has, woe be to him I will trck nearly :minmX "Have you any money !" vately before the King. King much
I was
l SCALES. lw the
\\i ik I will sweeter Te
foit. which has lately made its ap1wiiraliCeV.. H.Ftr-I :'lIIlpl' iJl.r ; his steps with quick-footed justice ; the ungrateful he then asked. pleased with the of Kemble
hive, and j>riyer, and Will k th; fleeter and
KM\V\-!sr.Vr.Kr.LY TESTED rellV Arabian: Linir.iviit.the most! dangrroiK of all the wretch ?" Enough to take mo as far as New Or- "
.:....;j-7--- LONG ('lIlIlItlrf..it.., iKvauK-* Iii\iiig; the name: of Farrrll, Will nt.e'.ui.i t \i\-n\ thir way ; said- I liked Kemble very much. He was
: -AI.WAXS ltl(;ItT, TIII: AC4 many will buit in jmid fiiilli.; withuut the knowledge I Fear not le-t the iusv linger; I was, alas quite as bad as the merchant leans." one of my earliest friends. I remember. once

," Xo\\ 1.1:1)r.n: STIMMKII. that. arouiitfrfoitcxi-t', and they will perhi]>
Apcnte-.Vow' Yoik.rAlKDANKSi] ; ('0. Stl WatcrttJuly their. vrrorvn\ the -puri-jus mixture. lias (;Jive. her to wing the-Dourctf die will..f liv n.it.lingerS'Miing ii'$ hi* twentieth year, whose character hitherto !li more softened towards the young man, snuff. I offered him my box. He declined

10. lt>53.: IS .GIn wrought Tile genuine it. evil articl
-- --- """" : Hole inventor ainl,] prnprift4ir. nu'l.wi.ol"alC'. : in t h.> azure depth,I ,.( n.,.t, hour had yielded to temptation, and becomethe !. that I feel an awakening confidence in your his fingers into a Royal box. I sid, .

GOLD AND SlVER: SPECTACLES, dniL' ;"t. N''. 17; Main: stn-et, I'.ria. I lllinoi., to whom Slip will!! come ugain be-i.le us, h"?
And Eye Glasses of Every Description, all I npplii'jttions fur .t:;,'Il1It' tin ist. 1 u-ldii's-p-l.'. J locure With the sunsliii.e on her breast/ was.tlie deed done beyond the possibility of j, Yon may not readily find employment, and which Kemble would.become
MAM.TJUTVBUI: lIT : \"IIUIP! it with, thto) )letters I 11. n J. bf.'ie Farn-ll', Sit :1111 I sing to u*. while! tj.jkkt5tOi avoiding exposure. ere the dishonesty was I I destitution might lead to temptation." reple'I '
No. (i Liberty IMnrc, thu* -H. (!i. FAJlUI.ISnn.llli.1ll2ItIlH': : on thewripMr the linger* n.ovu. your roya beter say oblige me,
I) CII.I.V.L'K: is His first act, after "Not fifty dollars, Elkington, was the and
While the outward I din thieke.-t bitterly repentelJ a
: S..1.1 by I D. 1 II. AI ES.: and by ngularlyauthorize appro-I I pincb.-Coleige.
[Betwoon Maiileu Latientid Lilx-rty t-ts.] Nt\v Y >KK ] 1 iig.'tit;: thnmahout the United, States Sougi she bus learued above! I printing :\d dollars instead quirk answer ; but if you will make the sum

S D. C;. guarantees: nil arti 1 lo.* made l 1Jim>: ),1 to l Ie of MT" ''rice 25:! aii'I :iu ceiitu, and H ]pC'r battle.Dveemlier Live in Future a* in Pr,- entW4iik positing the sum in the bank, was to leave the ;: twenty dollars, it shall be returned, if I live. i. A Life risked to gain an Hour's Time.-It

a tujit-iiiH <]1I1alil '. Order* r"jicctfully folidud.Oci..Ur :51. 1 1S5X: 52 4t for I Ihith while yet the day city in the earliest train of cam s for the South. Ah, sir this generous kindness will never be is a remarkable fact in railroad
1:53.: : SO; ) 3m expriencE.
--- 1. --- Is our own! f..r I.ird :tnd jK>asatit, In Baltimore ho took lodgings in an obscure forgotten. I feel it. already, as a new impulseto that men will risk even their :

Copper, Tin, and SheetIronMANUFACTORY. GREAT ATTRACTION Ixing and bright 'is fcinmiK-r's tlay tavern, where he hit! himself away from oh. virtuous actions." tempt to get upon a railroad train in motion,

AT HAYWARD &, RANDOLPH'S. Cometh Cometh, boon yet more cur hollidav sure, more. ; pleasant, I servalion, hoping to remain concealed until I May your good resolution fail not," said rather than to wait even -an hour for another

-- -4.-- .- Work away I I the first search for him should he over.i .- Mr. Elkin ton, with visible emotion. "Take I train. A case happened last night A gentleman

:; u.f have' not supplied yourselves! with [II.nsehoFiI 1I"'rds.. i! Here, il great. humiliation, and distress. .of| this," and he handed Craig a small roll of who was a little late, ran after and attempted .

Tl1uh"l'rilC'r" <* .urruundin ('..uut.-}'. that. ..*:irics for the'inter, to wit : Headymade -- _- -__ -__-_ -u_ ____ mind-, he awaited the progress of- eVlts. bitterly hank bills. Be true to yourself and your to get npon the Saxonville train
_tltOy are now prepared to funiNli customers Clothing.: Hats, Caps! Moots, :Shoe., Foreignand repenting his folly and crime. 0, what mother, and all may yet be well." which had just left Newton Corner., Ha
'ilb all kinds, of wholesale aud rctuil, iu their) Domestic, FaIlcalld :Staple Dry Goods, hasten failed in the
ware and
3HisttIhuro. would he not have for restored was in peril of
liue of business.TLe !. tu the above named 1 cstabli.-hnu'iit and choose far given integrity Ten years passe ? Occasionally, in his attempt great
SubftCriWrs call the nttenti of the public to yourselves, !, from a large and well selected toek of the The price of virtue and a good name native city some one inquired for James falling under the wheels, when the conductor,
their assortment of Parlor Cookitig.'niiJ Wood Stoves' foregoing: ai t idc,,. -- ----- -- -- -' ----- was his ; hut the sum of two thousand dollars but from the time he left in disgrace, Craig Mr. Hill, who was upon the platform, seized
latent cll trimmed iu order, at : Ou examining our stock you trill find a beautiful FIAT JUSTITIA. hold of him and saved his life. The of
of the bUlo ; complete which a little while before, had loomed seemed to know anything about him. A few fright
Ir Kid], :Silk;, antiIi.htifl.. (illl\.t'll. (iaunt- I
the lowest m.tikot piioc.i Please call and exiamnc assortment ( : that moment will
before purchasing: ec\vherc.! A!...", Hritlannia and 1 Jt.4.... ((1\ beautiful article;) also, Silks!, Satin's. Ilareges: up with such a golden attraction, now seemed I months after his disappearance, his mother probably prevent him from

Japanned Ware, Lead Pipe Shet Zinc, Sliect Iv! l, DeLainef. Ca&.)Jineres, am! a vaiu-ty of other DUMS'CXHU BY T. S. .UTJtl'H.It of. no value whatever, compared with the: went somewhere to the South, it was said, to ever trying a similar experiment. But such

Jlu !work.' Igniting }"IUlCY Heads, for gutters (;, t-I. ; Btinnet anti l Sa'h Hibbons, Silk Satin cud rich treasure he had parted with in order to '! join her son. As time wore on, they were scenes are of almost every day occurrence.

taring. Pipe:*-Simp *,wk of very debciiptiuu i doiievith I Straw' lionnet, Houitoii Ibices anti l FreiidiVorke.I Let justice!; ho done, though (lie lipnvpns secure it. 'I I forgotten or only thought of casually by ai -BOto Traveller. .
(Villan fiaiidkerehicto tc :Swi-s; and Cambric Ivli- ,
and : ; : "
dcsmtch. '
neatut-t-s should 'fall ,Ir. with On the second after arrival in
WHITE & SLUSSEU.OctoW lug and In-ertinjj bilk and :Satin; (C'ioik and Mantil-1 j Elkington spoke a day Craig's I i I few who had known them more intimatelythan A Beautiful Mind.-A beautiful mind is
8, 183.: 40 tf \ Las, awl Silk Y.,lvetund Hibbou Trim ID ings, and a''! firm voice and a steady eve. Baltimore, as he sat irresolute and despondent the rest. like a prolific seed, the mother of loveliness
uroat!: variety of Fauevrti'l..>!\. tim riiiinr-rdiis ti,IlIl'II.1 I Crime is often committed under the in his room, the door thereof was thrown ,
tion 'S<\< 'I IIliauikets. One day, a Southern merchant, named the fountain of bliu.th" produce ofmarty
rlmclJl f'I
; also, a large *' Kersey*, Liiiseyf,
-----------1 (pressure of great temptation. In a moment suddenly open, and Mr. Elkington stood be-
whom Mr. treasured and estimable
&c. Ac: Floyd, to Elkington had sold large flowers ,which no
O N THURSDAY the Mh day of January n'xt'l Our customers and friends, will do well to call attheir I,I weakness!l. the unhappy subject of evil allurement fore him, with sternly knit broand eyes bills of goods during the previous four or five canker can deface nor time destroys Even

will( be dcnseii.tiolJ,at] the nJlll.t'residence of! the late of' said) Cujhei-t con\enii'iice, as we have but one pi ice, I 'falls: ," said; the person with \\hoiu\ that seemed as if they would pierce him but who had not visited the North daring should there be thos\>f its lovely produce
JVadford, perishable years
propeity and we pledge ourbelvcit that .,f Caih. the in conversation. and the wretched
n.iue our com- gentleman was through through. Instantly -
deceased. eouiiAting i ( in part of about that time, called in at the store of Mr. that pass away, yet the source is
2,0K Bucliel (.C Cora 1)etitAIri bhall undersell: usHAYWARD & IlA DOLPH. All true" replied :)i Ir. Klkington ; all young man turned as pale as death, and Elkington, and mentioned his name. His seed remains to revive, to remodify,there.i

12,01)011) *.f tf Fodcr very true. Hut every act has its legitimate ho was for some so paralyzed. that hand at bosom and -
October 15. 1 1853.! : 41 moment was once grasped, cordially, and again on our near our ia
reM and I' move
consequence ;
wrong I much pleasure expressed at making the renewed beauty,in the same deep .
J(00 hundred Fat Hogs, P. B. BROKAW'S per- interst
I ?
the have
.1 individual wrong-doer himsl.lfhcncver "Humph Sd found ,
17 Likely; Mult- and one IWie, : Ive you sonal acquaintance of a valued business cor winning power as attirt It should be gath-
A large number of Stock: Hugs LIYIRY ANn: SALE STABLES; t we seek to interrupt so wisely ordained a re said Mr. Elkington! as he closed the door.- respondent. As two men stood lookinginto ered in as the possession, as the wellspring .

60 or 70 Head of Cattle, TALLAHASSEE, Ul>A. lation. IIa man steals 'from me, he is a thief. There was a cruel menace in the tones of his each other's faces, Mr. Elkington was of the purest, most abundant and en-.

;5 or 100 Sheep. : _- 4S .J-'LO I For theft, the law ordains punishment ; and voice, that left small room for hope in the : struck with something strangely familiar in ,during joys ;*as our support, our comfort,and

Three Yoke of Oxen, 1"'IJE Proprietor would in- I I hold it to he every man's duty to give up mind of the guilty one, who cowered Lefore the countenance of his visitor. the cherished object of our highest.
ThreeVajg Oue Carriage(iun nnd, HarnefS! ". public that his friends he has and rebuilt the_ _ The the thief to justice, if in his !power to do so. him.It And now, what have you to say for You do not remember me ?" said Foyd. i admiration, and we could cling to it, tan.

Saddles and IrHlos, his large HI (,Stables, at the old b'and, and is now progress of crime is arrested thereby yourself "James-James Craig Is it ?1 ing God that it is immortal, living forY .
Household and Kitchen Furniture, prepared to accommcxlate his friends and customers. and society guarded from future depreda Speak!" he added more imperatively. ; exclaimed Mr. Elkington in a low voice.

.... One I' -\no and Cover, He also has attached to hid Stables, a good Blacksmith tions." what have you to say for yourself!" "Not James Craig. That name was dis Colombo and Lather.

Farming Implements of every description common- Shop, where he will have' done all kinds orPJltlitntion i This is stating the case very generally.But .- Nothing," replied the young man. honored. But Andrew Floyd, name yet an- Twenty years ouly intervened between the
ly iaed ou a plantation.\ w'oik, Horse shoeing and Carriiige work, i Where ?" said Mr. Elking- discovery of Ameriaa and the first
At the name time anti place the Plantation will be i iu the very: best manner' and with promptness and general principles are never of equal ap. is my money tarnishedand which I trust to keep bright to preaching
rented for the ensuing year if not rented privately .' dispatch.Novembers' plication. There arc collateral considerations ton. the end. You were just to the good that yet of Luther. Te Christian scholar may be' .

previously thereto. 1653.: 44 tf in every case, which may not he disregarded Craig drew from his pocket a thick roll of remained in my heart, Mr. Elkington, and I pardoned if lingers for a moment upon

Terms made known EDW'D.on the day BRADFORD of Mile. Adm'r. without wrong to the individual. bank bills, and handing them to Mr. Elkingtonteplied am, thank God a man again. What the the analogy which subsists between these remarkable

November 6. 18\3.\ 47 JEolian and other Pianos. And we may assume it as an undoubted truth, I ; : consequences would have been, had your event Columbus p'ursuing his '
that in doing it is I have not used a dollar.- perilous coarse across the Atlantic and led
T. S. BERRY 297 Broadway wrong to an individual, we "There ; sterner ideas justice had their way,I shudder ,
JUST RECEIVED wrong the body of which that individual is a God in heaven knows how bitterly 1 have repented to imagine." forward by the single star of lofty an inspiring
By Edward 1. PU LISII Ell of MusicandDealer member." of this dreadful crime hope, be *
Barnard, Jr., For several moments, Mr. Elkington stood may regarded as no emblem -
wholesale and retail in Pianos, There is a deal false The merchant was taken rather by surpriseat I of that adventurous reformer, p embarked -
AFRESH ASSORTMENT OF GARDEN SEED Melodiunsanil Music-Agent for the celebrated "E<>- great philanthropy, silent, and in some bewilderment. Then he *
of 1852. 1'iHii. Grand and other Pianos made by Hallet Davis' as well as false judgment, excused by this this unexpected restitution. Still his pur. said, in a subdued manner- on a stormier sea than ever rocked

ALSO A FRESH ASSORTMENT OF GENUINE .t Co.. IkiBtonrhoHC) Pianos are cjnsidered' superior argument based! on exceptions to general pose to band the offender over to justice remained And I shudder, also. Ah how much the intrepid sailor. flow mighty the enter2

Drugs ,and Medicines, to all others Great bargains in New York Pianos rules," sidIr.: Klkington, with an air of firm. He bad pondered the matter harm we may do by too stringent applications prise of both How magnificent the ,remit g gA I
PERFUMERY AND CONFECTIONARY, eccoini wholesale hand Pianos mid Melotieons. Music supplied self-satisfaction. For my part, I believe closely-had even weighed the appeals made general laws in particular cases. Fiat Justiiia land of beauty opened its fowef'
retail fej
or at the lowest rate T.S.
At the Sign of the Mortar, Uerry 297 Broadway. Pianos to let that more harm is done in the end by admitting by certain collateral considerations-but his is a golden rule: but, when we resolve to the navigator, but a richer ,

Monroe! Street Tallahassee Florida. I'. S. 11.. 1) &. Co's Julian Piauos have tho latest the exceptions, than could possibly arise rigid motto-" let justice be done though the that justice shall be done, let ns be very ise blossomed before the eyes:of the reform
improved voicing.Xovemlier front an invariably stringent application of. heavens should faU"-had decided his course certain that we are not guilty of the rankest er.

December 25, 1852. 51 tf 1803. 44 iv-.. tho rule. The man who steals, knows that of action, and even now a police officer awaited injustice."

Hardware. I he violating a law of both God and his,i his summons below. Kirkman, in hs grammar, gives .ix'tat"*
MILES NASH & CO. And so we say to all. Let justice be done succession
A VERY LARGE and well (8twted] stOCk of the. fellow. The statute of his country that. James," said Mr. Elkington sternly, "you -but and consider well the and as t make good sense, a
says "
Dealers in Medicines &c. pause follows The
Drugs : tutor said
above JUht ho of crime and in speaking the
it'V received lIud! for sale low by for such an evil act must suffer the penalty have crossed the Rubicon your that is not
WOULD inform their friends and the public that October 15, :; 41 HEm & RUST. ; of imprisonment. Let, then the enetny/Retribution, must be met The law be very sure something really good word that,that that that that that lady parsed,
action. Should such
kind assortment such penalty destroyed by your un. riot the
they an on a good or. for You was that that that J
gentleman -
MeN as are generally kept io tieir line of business, Wanted, be made so sure, that escape becomes next wisely ordains punishment happily be the result, then; instead,of being her to requested
and..U1 be receiving flesh to.a moral impossibility. Let who have stolen my property, and, aa a good cit analyzeHe says,"this,jmujoce*-.
regularly supplies. 1'herr.. LTHiDEs every one have neighbor.
iooo-Ryus fw *1lich just, you surely your rendered
the though
trmi to wronge b.4.bOice:
l } bii reuooable. I becomes cognizant of an act of it become my duty to give you up
will stealing
price be paid give zen, Pictorial Drawing
..- rllalimee, Apri19tb, 1853. 14 October 15,,1853. 41 HEIR A RUST.by up the offender to speedy justice. For the roioiilac of the law ; which I shall do.- R Companion. of words, is strictly grammatical.The first

painful the my poUw'oficeris in the house ; you will passfrqrribwlnto tat is a noun, the second a'coojmnetioo,'th.
as necessity
part might be I A
fancy Goods. THE BEST AKD COEAPEST would not stand between and his hands. Unhappy young A man's fortune often depends upon the an'adjectlvepioddb*;use
tt'XTE FANCY are now DRESS ftCf'.iYillg' from New York LADIES JUVENILE I MAGAZINEIN I son, were he to become an offender.my own The manVhdw have you marred your whole (u linen he wears. A soiled shirtcola has ruined the ff a relative pr tin, tad

Gloves, Veils. Man GOODS Ribbons Bonnets, THE COUNTRY. was you I I" many a clever! felo ; a carele} pronoun, the \ ,
lhs, Capea 'and CoJlu:. stern old Roman father has left an exampleof insanity upon D.
variety of other Fancy Articles, too numerous, to wIth mention. a- BEFORE you subscribe to a MjigatiiM.: for tho unswerving justice that Christians woulddo tur'liVhat 1 !I" exclaimed Craig, dropping of ssliva upon bosomcnt off the eighth relative. pronowr-b.,nina&adjective
A friend .
send to EVANs 4t BRIITA.V, 697 his ashy brightest of our / '
Broadway knee and lifting
ck RUST. well to imitate. one prspct recentyobtained _
upon _
4.1HEIR sinking pronounMMW
October It"" J853. '
N. Y, for a sample number of & "do not sacri- an income MMM r MBMP Mi pMIWMHM* '
; The time come when will f.-. to that of the merchant ; : oftl0,0 dock .
may you think the aid A ja shootfe has been
-- I THE SCHOOLFELLOW :' simply by of a two gwt imported -
i otioe.WE little said the friend &e- for one false step, the first I have ten a year fr;
-I I a differently, ; when me and another is about to lead to the from Eogland bItTiflaa, of Baluawr*.
Edited by W. C. RICHARDS and,COUSIN ALICR collateral will 4' do not sacrifice James, 1lr. a
influences have
will makt Cub Advance sufficient I you This little is .
on Sea Island Cot- weightto piece of de lame,by studiously hdr playthioj only six feet ia
: Subscription a year. is own. sporting
\. cwsigned to Hewn.James Gads. ck Co I interpose an exceptiou to Jour stringent The act your 150,0 and six the .oo* foot "and .half' aroaod_
t f It j ia well calculated to the to Elkingon. '
> Cbarleaton to tboe of our friends who S eneourag. young rule." a crime, and is my duty, penny rme wrltband. t'
tb&t market J. fiE0' to trY I aspire to excellence and fame. It is both entertaining general i those who Happiness clean linen spermaceti. and a ; inch tad a, hlt I Ua5 '
ANDERSON CO. U 'We'nlCe returned Mr.\ ;. I hare said, hand you over to .v., : _
and i is ,
OctuLer: 16, J SS3. 41 I Gm and instructive unsurpassed by any Magazineof Elkington, con. t bat I close connection. : i.; r --
(SelltWel felt for deeply ;
iu kind. -Com. Advertiser. fidently, as the two men separated. puoa orime. you .


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Change in the Sentinel *:Tint it b not'produced by filth, oftit vegetabledecomposition Planting in .uernanao.An % LATER FROM EUROPE. I create as much embarrassment M possible W fjfo

Jfforfohtn # |0nntal The last number of the Sentinel contains the an- or an alluvial soil, because it has occurred esteemed friend Ucrnando, C-unty Minis u* l log' out that eonrs On the whole the toatett fa I i\l
in tbe roost clean MIl pure situations and UlcilieJ ARRIVAL && & House between the Administration sad its
the muukatioD'LicL insert < OF THE fierce
no nounccmentof withdrawal Mr. CLISIT, after bav- based sand and granite. following eo we with will not bw <
upon ponrnta oo great question in wLh t
t. "f..4. - --- - - --- --- ing been editor of that paper since 1843. He is to be 3. That it is distinct from, and unlike every other great pleasure: whole country take interest but rather on .

1l1' iJ. TALLAHASSEE : succeeded by B. F. ALLIX, Esq,of this city. We part fever. AUGUSTA. HIMAUDO Co, Dec. 17, 1833. AMERICA. ones, the bearing of which oo the future of 4
4. That regulations will Lave effect ministration is not
no to the
with the retiring Editor notwithstanding the many DEAR SIR:-You will please gin thL" letter perceptible country L.1."
a place
in its visitations. jl certain '
December preventing t i is that the lobby embraces
Satirtoj 31 very ,at tLU
1853 blows\ received from his well directed ie i in to let the good1.eopleifthni2dStatve j ,,
sharp so often That efforts by subterranean drainage, and other your paper NEW-YORK. Dec. 22, 11.15 a. m. a larger nuberm talented and influential men,
cudgel with the sincereot regret As an editor is always project* looking to the removal of animal and teccta- and others in Florida, who are desirous to move see The British Mail l Steamship America arrived! at er before and that it lisa much more -

, ,"e 1 TERMS Three Dollars per annum, if paid in at liberty to respect and esteem a coteroporary I We h dfcomposition'will have no influence in arresting what a Planter can do in Ht-ruunJo County, by planting Halifax, S. S, at half-past right o'clock on Thursday al! at command. From every State in D10beythq tbe -
}tfi advance; 18 50 if paid wiUiid six months of the timo it. i aa" ( which in force reswt the UDioa._
or preventing morning rom Liverpool port she left on Satur comes np to to death, in tie -
Ioj" f l< f subscribing: ad 40 at the end of the year. Ad even whilr deploring his incorrigible party blindness. 6. That it will eventually, in New Orleans wear itself i had the pleasure, in company with my old friend. .. day the lOt!. inst. Her mails will be due iu \ew.ork against its very existence which all who wij
'llft One persquareof 12 lines for first we have never suffered this pitiable circumstance in i out and disappear even with an increase of the C ot. Wm. J. Bailey of Jefferson County, to pay a vieY on Saturday morning. know. Pisrre, is bent on fighting out during l L. Z
'11": t for all 1 subsequent An- his i to lessen for for to which it has been heretofore it i it to the plantation of the Hon. D. L Yulee. on llomosassa -: LIVERPOOL 'j
a ffy Cent iU8rion. case a moment our high regard : causes referred. as THE MARKET.-Cotton. during the weekending years in the Presidencr. It will fight with f

t1 I nt candidates. Fire encb.altll.'" him as a man and friend and in taking a fraternal has done under iruilar circumstances in so many other River last week. In our examination of bis : the 9th inst, was un<-h nged in every rwpcct.ami tion. making any and every combination .:_.
'lt\ be paid advance. Religious amlMarriage works and land we came to a piece ground where : ita
Obituary cities. reach.
1 t a moderate bn.-Mi.eH8 was transacted at However it is quite clear that it
leave of him he has best wishes for his future es,
Notices our : hap- the cane bad been pound off. Mr. Edwards the IIaq
net exceeding 12 lines will be comhii.
manr ati'
published This Dr. McFnrlaue advance stmng/ibeori '!the wiles having comprised 39.00O bales of DO >n which n.8ylJe likely to cL.-
gratia. certificates of tie publication of es- pines and prosperity, in whatever land he may choose sonIc ager of the plantation, informed us that the |hu1e(' of, which !p4'uln'nrlt".k 4230 and exporters 2250 : as the Whig party will form oo such prove i ions
.t: or o of any description will b given for a Lome, and whatever field of eutcrprize he may on the subject of sanitary regulations.! In a previous l land had made fourteen hogsheads of siignr, and sta- I Iiivinsf 32,600( hales of all dencriptioos to the trade.;- TInt is certain. i

tb. advertising c M hereafter communication to the IX-lta, he expresses the belief u-d that it was the third year rattooii, and hue] never Tlie stock of Cotton UII Iirind in Liverpool exclusive The pi-iiems of Senator Bright' icheme t -
p engage. h 1men planted which examination
.f- th at .o far from the tilth and impurities in the streets, re ; on w found to (if that on shipboard. ann-iint fo 6 'O.HJU bale*. Fair lion is evidently embarrassed by tbe blunt refs
.f&t Iu the hands -f Mr. CLIPBV, the Sentinel was a firm be correct as many place* in the row wenmifin
-Vic are requested by the Treasurer to and able of yards and subtubs (..f the city having anything to dr) I from three to six feet. We then. in withMr. Orleans was qm-te l at 6Jd ; }fj.loiliJlg Orleans at Cd ; almost all the nine lately bolting Senators tostnl
when that Ilad
exponent whig policy, party Fair Mobile nt CJd Mi.ldliiiij Mobile to take ground against
believes I I [ Yiiloe! measured at 5jd ; Fair any position: of the
the following errata: with tbe creation i'f a yellow fever ltllilot-pht'rt' lie the ground in question: and 1 Prtsidtat
a policy; but policy or no policy, the Sentinel has I found it contain Upland at r.I.I ami Middlirur Up)"'!* /,t 8}. Another upon any line great question bef>re the
f to almnt
Il item 5a i tie State Treasurer's Tabular State that to a eel*tin excut they are (*alculated t tll fij acres within a fraction Circular cannot krinj them eonntry. H.
1 Middling at 1. to the
} Te the iable quote Uplands 61< ; scratch of
always clung to vai f'rtunes o' the whig partywith l l-'jicb of the hotheads in.ule will con aiu I lOOO i up going into.
Jj. : viz: "July 1, paid 209 W. Anderson ?50o"should retard its formation!" It would require many poJitkrOUI I pound Time. public lalt'.f Sa [Mund (;tton passed heavi position when. M at present. Democratic
1. .: a consistency, a tact and or] more of sugar. Now I give this information to the I oppnti,,
\ ability
hare worthy a : I
Appeared us to bales
having paid Judge than y. only bii\ing been told at (rom 2d. to :3d. means simply fighting the Administration
filios l lie written eminent men :
to because
by more \ public w> us to the of the i"ft
.4 aa error 1 copying from the igiual trw' better cause. To him, more than to any other man ..f encoumge wealthy planter* h I'r.El'nol'y.'i. sfand- ready to >re%ent Senatorial
: POMard the author of this singular theory, bef.-re the common <.l.I. woni out Stitej: to emigrate t I this comity. As j and otter ree.i.a-
his party iu the State, are the Whigs indebted! for I INvrLnJr.E-r-TJpe four lowers haveeniewcd lions on the Treasury of the Uuittd
i it is. all doubt States. This
; couvic- Ix-yond this! country i it far ;rior to fact
mankind would surrender its snp their :
of efforts in is
sense contrary r : f.ivor
of and JM
, palpable to
the reasonable share of success which Las heretofore imy other part of the United! Stat;, to raise the staple peace recognised J' the public at large, at tWs I early day,
L*: The Court of the State I ton forni.il Protocol the that
: Supreme commences thea ti othc importance[ of the !! not more than two or three
of and present nominally
( led them. That ugur.. as corn we can rui much j Democrat-
will feel his loss without e as n*
they any territorial in if
r.J1.". .r for 1854 O Monday next, a the Capitol i in this! pmt of thu State Now, talking into eoD ideration that arrangement* Europe', arlll l propoo'1 j Senator regard their own future so lioptlegj. u to

.: .,y. intending i any disparagement to his successor we need : Bail Road Meeting- 1 this land! was third year ratto"n. and the product t.ua1 ;- new Conference, to ln open to I ihe representatives of allow them to risk il by going into itch a combina

I -_ hardly ay will be true. Had it not been f.r his We bnIlt' ll r.'qlh.tof,1 to publish tbe followingcall ]I q- to 2.5UU pounds per acre it is hard to beat Mr. Russia arid Turkey. Tlie projtot.ir.ion. however bad tion as Senator Bright proposes. There ia cot a sin

""Hl a. The Florida Conference of the Method'ct Church sleepless! vigilance, the party no doubt would have I for a Railroad! meeting to be held iu ).i"i citv (ti j Y UII.'I."fI crop will profuibly yield more per acre than been the Pre unfavorably-s. received! by the Liberal portion of gle does l recommendation not meet with of hearty the niwngu we know, mbicji

t.:1: South meets iu Annual Session at Mon ceon Wed been riven i ioto fiagmeut in the last campaign in Florth e 21st of January. It is a j;n>po!ed 1I"n&l'lIt were I u:'!he above wn cntlci..tllIh..nt piece of land I I"p measured the : His last vearer.'p Advice 'have been received! from Bucharest to the Hunter, Mason and Atchison sympathy; oor is there from Senators a single

';$,t : Io acsday cut. 4th January. Bishop Paine is expected ida, owing to the anomalous position of their candia glad to see, and. trn.-t that lilt other counties inter- j cold! in New York, und I think bcs-t bin: article that was will Sth and! Kulafat the 3d of November. They contain. position upon questions not treated in the message rn

!. dateJ-tbe one supporting and the other putting into ted in thin will follow the example: I present crop h*.wevr. notljinif new. Alibi Pacha i is to invade which the Administration, is understood to stand.TtLicfc
J but from t ea great enterprise -xeel the last I hili ,
t t preside, the fact that he was to be } : f. as >aw t tearV and can
unable I crop Georgia. 1'hft of Odessa i is not also in excellent favor with those
f present at the Georgia Conference, owing t ihe sick' ;:4 I' the hands of the democracy the most telling argumellti'R.FaiD5L set them by the friends of the road in Lcou. This I ljudije j fiom what; he haa. made of( t the present one.my .- Wallachia Militia port llegimcnta have is frozen deserted up.to Omer Two We have very recently learned bye-tbe-bve gentlemen.that ..

r '4 D i ofMus. Paine, be will bal!! be looked for. the whig Presidential nominee. To have come road CAS bv built if the peopl.-ILL IT.nlllltllC people )Ir ojiiiron Yulec's M that lmlll"thw! based crop is for: 'Upt'fI'lr in qiiiditv. Pacha. vote of Mr. Atrhison on the Senate's printing QQ9 tie>

if'' '"I.. .,. out of that hard-fought contest in 110 small a popular will take hold of it in earnest if the matter is presented thin. rich vegetable soil. I on woi.Id lime and invite marl tbioe, with who a The small TurkMi steamer Mcjidale! has been cap tion. was the re'ult of personal diwatiifaction withtb,,

s Horaoe Waters the great Piano Forte Dealer minority was a matter creditable in the highest Ie- t't ilieio in it* true light We hope to see the are desirous of planting tured by n Ru:!ian Fnjra'e. She was afterwards recaptured Union's course in the d fficulty between himself 104
'. sugnr cane to rome and!
: examine 1 Turkish C.l.] Benton. in Missouri in
by a which be
; ,;\ ,; and Mtuic Publisher, of S83 broadway, New York, g ree to the influence of the Sentinel and which we COUNTY OF 1.1:0turn out m mjr on the 2UL : for tlicnisclve! All p"I\"II-> will\\ be hospitably Porte ha* refused Frigate.The to grant the armi"tic fur failed to receive the backing from that conceivtt journal,

;1 LM Mt (is the following sheets ot popular Music, hear luke the occasion to award. Every body come-k-t uo one stay behind. Everyman ficient received! either"r."t by Mr.have Yulee, or Mr. Edward*, 'his ef. three month, proposed by England in consequenceof which be holds that be was entitled. Upon itj If

r'\\ From Us valedictory, we quote tbe following is interested in the roid. do inaiiiij; the advantage of anv other which the Minister n'ond only be voted Oen.
, published by him : .Fly fly away, or the PrMimAlice ; paragraphs and every man can part "f the United States at least in English liar I u long conference against Arrostrorg. Ht
a month
' !:.f'. Car, a Ballad ;" Bleak House Ballads, : o iIl.'Iill, towards pubhiu it nwurd<: f-ivor, as our climate is mild and! n. frost to hurt our- di with the Sultan, which, was followed by an extraor know stand of our own knowledge. that be is prepared(o
lrv meeting of the Divan.At by every position taken in the
ffo. I. \\"b:.tever considerations may suggest or appear Our cane: can fully matin. and planter can tuke his message. !ft
The uI1Je, respeAtfu1y invite the Citizens of c c'i mention these fact
an on board] the Turkish only by way shedding the
t justify a step ofthis important character, it is irapoMil I 'ii to nll.lll! without !fear Flag 1IU
: and I rid
Waters i is to to his numerous Lcnti favorable tbe nail Atlantic or hmry get of Ship. Lord Stratford made of truth on the condition of things
r1'r abut present >lt/to take \vilbout many a sad and reluctant! County uniting -t the trouble ( f f euttin,; hi- cane only as he grinds it a speech coupling the political here. ,
:'f all over tb. Union, one dollar's woi th of j glance behind u-. We 11l11i0 many kind and valued Ports by Kuilrnad coininiiiiiatioii, to niiiblu Rtthc I Mr Yul'-e haa fine Engine, capable of up.' promised nid! of Great Britain with strong recommenclatioin industriously misrepresented by the agents cftb.

'f''! i sheet Music, a a New Year's Gift, besides a splendid friends iu Florida whose appreciation of us has ben Court Huc in the city of Tallahai-, ('ii the bogheads the seiis-on. making lIJ also for peace, to which it was replied that Turkey aid's"lobby who do a large share of the New York Her
} oaly too fil"uraMe-e have so I I This i is j tlc-sin-d relct-but not a peace on dishonorable telegraphic correspondence. We have no idrt,
. : lithograph As Mr. Waters he will I sjn'nt many happy written with a view to give informa [
:1 t rapper. says days here, and leave with so settlrJ a conviction tout 21st day January flue present pne-pi-cU I1f thi;I i| tion relative to much-abused t'rm". too that it will be possible for Mr. Br ght to form any)
1b,.. Consider a CntoDC' all who purchase of him OUt!4 the brightest poitiou of lif'. path has lain through the 1 great enterprise ai e highly ('uiellurngrg.:: '.(* cimpatiy i our Yours, country. C. T. J. The Turkish victories in Asia continued at last advice combination with Meters. Chase Sumner
" .. J dollar's ( between now and Jan. I, 1854,, i iw |i" Laud uf Flowei,*" thnt we tutu away from the iviul I is now organized: by the a J.'rti"11 uf a I Pi-M-Ji i i I t I j j P. S. I end I *. the Ku*"ian: ". after three bloody engagements to enable! him to bring about the defeat of any important
a t'I'4.1.l rli-p.14'n the lu vin
you oaiiv plan-1 I been routed.Selisn nomination of Gen. Pierce most oftbe
:' : the Sentinel l with niuh Democrat
advise musical friends of thu
our without erl a doper regret
on :
send and
lil '
t t t ; to command general confi" jtati nr>f Andei on MIMiwt( ,.f
J I our cane tilll--j i : Pacha had taken the fortre. of ic Senators whom he counts being
' : feel Saffa and upon
'. t auv of them can possibly nt the patting. May already i in
.. delay. They will receive both tbe Mu ic the\. ; I dcnc< and who ,\"illif 'u"-ted submit the t ting t- !eled this vt'ar. I do not think .Ik-en-r Aki-fan dread
in" I. ll a\'eu'* beat blrtings nttend them iu life and dent II. rr ]} to me( j you saw one lv a "aulr.: The Ruians had attacked and! lest" they may earn the reputation of being
,,' "1r.: : ..; purchase, and their New Ycnr's Gift, po'tagefre "1'11 tlitb.mcii able nod inU-lligtnt editorial fratt tity i I their operations trmedj ; i" the rea-on why I send thi. .It wa or one fi-ot: i entrenched the camp at Bi a..il. but had been repulsed. ready to aid in general opposition to tha party with
3 li-rig; I only! send a small huiee. \ Tlie Ilu,,ians also which, at home held be
( l of tinS ate. of which we think with one exreplio.i. i awe re very flattering. .1 failed in their last attempt to they were to connected ep ja
l the oldest member bid j The -ime. gentleman encloses us a sample of Sea I take Fort St.Xiclll.ln. the meeting of Congress. However the question
Ji Organization of the Brigade. are we a most kindly adieu. G. C. Towns n-1, A.Iin Powell up
Mr. Gonzalez, of the Pcnacola Gazette, i is, we believe j 7]hus. Raii'-dl.! J. S. ;.. {Maud Cottmi. raii-ed from the common, seed on t the I an engagement of magnitude near Or""It*. on on Redfield's noinia.ition will soon come off; vben
t'.lji. The last General law "tr the 4ih ult the his confirmation
Assembly passed a UtH-'iai-
e the who boast : were defeated, and Ieftmadeaih by an overwellmirg msy-nty 'will
t only one can seniority over u'. If. in' G. Maxwell plantation of Mr. Anderson fa8.f -
Wm. Hernando and I
. : removal of the Iu Hans (,if this State and brother pur.poses. the course of so long an editorial life as our', they shall 1 Troup Hioxham. i uy and wounded! on the field. open the eyes of the country to the fact that Congress
1'r. 1 c. G. English, J. .\. E in-nson prepared by McCarthy's (;izi." It i i.* I |I The Turk had also as of the "
prllllnUIIC'.dlylur captured Akhalzikli. in Geor- emphatically policy of the
have instances of rudeness approve
_ t That law Govsrsr BROOM: E: declared in hit seen or tiny want of that ( John W. .\r yle, n. J.'. .Allen general
' : courtesy which shou'hl i always be maintained between best judges of that cotton .1 very superior article 1 'tjia. The Hui""i.iiis, indeed were m> hard pushed that amnesty" as laid down in the Union, a* the Southern
P: inaugural address be would ronsiier of hi 1 Qgentlcuun co. W. Call: E lward lltmstou. I ,
punt IC.fiOO fiesh States do
been manifested in
in .1 I Our tr'M'plla.1 sent to their relief.! ; as recent eleeticns.
} au honorable pmfeteion, we trust they ) correspondent that COO to lOon !
* A B. ChAlk Geo. W. .. says poiindof':
t : : eonstituttonal duty to executed. Jphun. : No movement of This is the
:; see faithfully! The will be forgotten iu consideration of the general S"a any importance had occurred on only matter upon which Senator Briglt
-"t. modjj, A. L"'i:;. J-ihn G. (Gamble., Island can be made per acre on their poured pine I Iland. the Danube. The Turks has
iit rtaiue l the executive j were fortitving Kalafat. ewajed to organize a regular Democratic
: < < by on this! delicate and propi'iety of tone and temper w c are con-. j T.sciousof Lme Helton, (T.; K. Walker cp-
'A. -j Tlie Turki-h flet all
position, that is
wa though are but the blind
Cruising m the Black Sea aware
; subject then itated and ever hauug sought to We th.nk ,
wee plainly,aud we have preserve. John e. lluse A. Nin
fully ,
and will: ,
return t the behind whic'i be
, ( Bosphoru'. to fight the
.{ i it is nut too much to ,or more than will be conceded proposes
tillY ,
good reasons for believing that the declarations made (, John U. Lloyd, Tfo*. J. IVrkin I The Turk elated f account of his lailnre into
that we have always aimed at candor mid fairness in WhitV New Hotel in New York. are to the highest pitch at their to get the Cabinet, and/
R. W. ,
: were the result of mature and : J. (Jponje An.ier.on, ( sneceM thus far. The armies we fancy, on account of the determination it manifests
. ,". refection detbcrlioD. all political discussions, and that even our scveiity has 5' c eorg.> A. CilIUm, II. k Kiit er.I .-. The proj'iictors of anothi r new and! splendid: Hotel L j.vfcinned and were abundantly
I / and that his views have neither been rarely if exceeded the ; j regularly! paid. to toss out of the Treasury fire the various rivsti
bounds of
change ever dec |
I r nor rum. Po-f I ; \Vlutfield 'in New York
mod C'o. J-liii P. K. Savage. t' adverli-e their Hoti. in the FlfJrid"ni The Ku -ians pro-I irons which have been
.: ,;' i ISed since. No en* who read the inaugural, u litical opponents, it is true, measuring us by n differ. F. Eppes. Wm. H. Pettri. ?, I I Some were sulTrrinij badly from gentlemen so Log peinLd
Soutbei Americans
to-day. will had to there
' 'i b nern recognize in thc 1lrs. : joined the Turkish camn. keep beating.
., ;,; .' : surprised at the crjer of the Executive which ent standard may perhaps, think they have some rea- j I \ H..wen, I,. I-:. ]Hull.I i| Lmi'-ift the ,| A I I. ioii of Circaian has been formed''
appearsin former at
sou to complain ; and if they Lave a just j popular manager-: of Lanirr: !
one we
:. lire T.1 Ha\\\fr.l, TI.H.! II. H .I ti-s. :
1'; a1 r OU C'tlmns to-day. It will be seen that GeneralJOBXSOX 1 sorry for it. Under Un great a sense of general obligatiou -,' (}. \v.:Set.tt, Tin: *. I P. I iMibiim, House" in Macon. The establishment recently erecJ;J stantinople Th} > Husoian, under'! General Si.fH Bey.has been coo-I i1itw5.;
.Q has removed
; : been charged with the duty raising tejj to permit au uiAiud thought of any body we !! Crust E. Dyke, I:. A. >hi-ie. ted by them in New Yoik i if c.aid t"i lie a ma.nifi'vnt Brigade authorized the law and that t they also will cveilook what errors and injustice, by Priuce Gorts- PORT OF ST. MARKS.
/ t by L calls f01.. thiuk I I R. H. Birrv. Jabez H. Bull affair. It ha*. a marble: front 175 fet on is 'cbaloff.
the enrolment of the I j they may we have committed, during sn, many I John J. no 'I4-'I, Jt.ui II. lishe. Broadway
f The The Greek Pafriarch ARRIVED
.1 companies. Brigade we excited and MX stories I high) and contains I at Constantinople has :
Aiiical iu :60
; ttormy ] cumpaigns. which betV: C. Ltbtcr G. A J. Mfgiuiiiss. room The fr lIIiI reqn's-
:- rr understand, will b tendered, as soon a* raise: to tIe I j I ter< hearts and heads thuii <>ur'a n.i:lit well hiv.: been ii| --_- lure rust $iii.Ol.O.( We boptak fo.r" L.1 ted pnr.-i5'i..n to at-comnany the Sultan to the camp. Dee. 23.-Schr3lenit'saPratt. Bostrn.20; dajswi&
! General Government 'led I Fare in order to prove that the Greek Church Turkey rigging and hand to off the kirk J. Deubam.
T and .LoJ! it accepted e astray.Vc bid them, t.co. a kindly gio&l! l)yoaud II i H'. 'c" I piefers get
b u .
a fio-n
Congress- s Flu,
hans _
1 goi patronage to lli
'z.-'{ 1 Tolunteers we will arc soiry we hall' not he with thm the nrxt tilllC'i I >"I:1: 24.-Briuc Waei. M. Powell. New York, 19 days,
presume b mustered without de! i Little\ as If it.teie.-t bas in either 'Hie latest a'-conntfl that
i they are whipped. May peisi'iialtj furtunc ;! yet transpired I gay encounters had taken w itb bar. &c.. to Beard end Dennam.
:. .: lay into the service of the United thtei. It is under. !j i aud the worst sort of political every luck' attend tliem." !\:. lldU e of Con. rtTho session will not tiii.yopenji : IJ J The thrroigb .\ uiaiifli which h pervades the plafp! tJl't"'t'l'lIlhC' 1oofcnt'rin and, Turks.AlhtiCS Brig E. K mingt n. J. Sawyer, flora New York, to
; 'J. ; etjod that the administration is determined ; i frrniPiuia t., the, 6th inst.. state that MeNimglit t Orniond. asorre4 l nidze.
! removefiese --niMssM- i I until after the Pies: left's }! its '
t I ImliJay i e.-age, couiervatne ton atl l and el.I'atf',1 .II
I : Indians if j tIlt Ku io : t.. : peaceably they can, forcibly if they i LATER FROM EUROPE. !! On tl.e J lllh we observe thee following ,'iifrif in j| \ and! coinprel.ei.-ivi\\':, t i en to b: se struck t! before Ina Pa'lu.

r I' 1u mut" I such is their 'rbea &- they will receive: tb e t; Tremendous- --- -- i|i the Houie jifocei-tlaigsas; rcj}' rted in the Cuiiji"es ion- ; du.ub many of th'-se p e,?.-s of t the opp. .; io.i: w.,i M hi ;I From Great Ltiiuin there was no political iDteli11'1' : WENT TO SEA.
: ; T co-operation of our State authorities and Naval Battle between the i iI ( "' Dec. !4Sciir. Empire Torlr. for Charleston, with.
." ;; t;I Russians and Turks. !.: nl Globe : i for 11I1. .tlo.! pa-t t haxr c[> ken of tie Prr:,iJ. I tin nil 567 bales Cotfrn to Walker Walters. 5
: The Fdward
r-lb- act of tbe Governor will cotflict with the I I ship Evcrftf (rain Bilffniorp. h.-i, reciied -
.1 J plan ndop j IIAII.UOADS IN FI.OKIHV.:! |II.Illfr teru-: t'.n as a tL rd rate lawv. r .-f the New '': part; of the crew ..f he !hip Hyperion bound to 26.-Brisr Bomer.! Brant, to Bn>die
; '' { ted or to b adopted, 60 lecg as they are at all liely Sine e the arrival of the Steamers America and ; Mr. MAXWELL. in pcpsimruv <>jnevimin n.-ticp, !j ILmipslire! bur. To their gi eat mcriihV.tion.; they'it I tjamaiea I whi.-Ii foundered at sea having sunk with York, with 501 bales cotton, 25 ILa. Rosin, 74 dry

t : ; 1 t fee sueccftf 11 Copt. C* tT, d.. officer intrusted ', J Hermann, whose intelligence will be fjuiid in i- i i il1tro.u! c.ll the r.I1. :""i- bill: ; \\liiilirrisir.i.] a i iI j I Iaii'l I fill.jlll s his first iKss.igc a paper ..( whiih the eight nu-n on ".'ard. .hides. ---
: Government iii-l time its !.'. tail rt-f 'Oun-I Tht* The schr. Cbipola, for Now Orleans, will clear tiv,
Ji hiv.y by the with peect gotutijn. ecjor? er pnrt of this paper, the Padfc, with dates to the ''I be by tit <,'rr'il t tie (.f- try may well be j.roiid. Brief "tbr-n h (. I jFrem-h Alinister[ lias been instructed to de- .
; mil:tt tee ('II Public: [I-iii'i>, md -rd< d t< ieCh : marnl frumII'tria day.I
j< > an relative
i 1)1 explanation the
Jt ; a large share of tbr! (.tj.tutC ccr p"j !It, and i U: 1 14th} iri.t, hIS rta'}Led New York. She j'f of to n'-I I Henderson which
c ,. brings ac- \ \iz :- I I tii>n thoiiiflit arid I <-xpn b-i n, rathr than for any ,cent all I'li l arrangements with Persia, \Lich is The whr. Urania, sailed frniai

1 r1:#J j k town to pCs tl at ( f the Itdisni t(, a ..rj ter extent rr r- Cola,'! ..f a great Naval Battle between the Ku!ian i: A bi il! g-.iritii! tin- li:'htf way 1I1.IIIt'mitlC' I'i ,other rtnti" I'xhi',itill;a \'i'i i I w"I'uiu' nee with the : I to I lie satisfactory.: ; I i Chirieston on the 18M ult. for tbi.- port via Tajnji

;r.. 1 than perhaps any (other mac who c&ul'J have ben. :: and Turkish fleets fought on the I 13th November, in I'I ti.'n-i of l.iii-i to aid ill ,h.- er>trii'-Ji"i ,.1' raihi 1,1,14 00t'COtIl I:I i pructial workings our co-i i.p14 x >y ternf govern- i The eholera lingers,, in tbe suburbs of Paris.It and Cedar Keys, baa not yet arrived here- nor had
: A selected. he will use \vutt-rs of tin Atlantic kill the (;Julf of : M reported in that t she arrived at Tampa on the 19tb. or Cedar Kyson
'r.r. accomplish j all that which the 11"5 of life ., Spun movements are being
Tat can was frightful both hides. It[ i i *
L on MOXKII. :j! nif-n iii'-v tire at I list c-.Htiaiii--1 I to i.iirfde t the | 1II..tI. the 20th int. Fears arc entertained for her safely.
; i : nun.11 the: Cai hi-t Chi.f'
; ;
UI t') done by unaided cg tiation, we Lave nt doubt, but ''I appears that the eutire Hussion Fleet mni-i' : ; l'rcI.ll'lIt'tII (hit high! -sili. be I The schr. Cartktgena which sailed from CbarMb
S ; gj i iI I I .. Und>T'!jindmsf tint it !hii not :j! nptnesfor p 'n h..lI"1| TVK>IIoung| men have Ix-en arrested at Rome,
! : ; l that the prese.nce of a Brigade i cf Volunteers cn tber hlJt '-four tail appeared flff tile Turkish harbor I'-, order lh> chargM with I on the 2ftth( tilL for ihi port via Tampa and Cedir
:1 > of .i I CU r"CIarJ: to ptintin? i.f bills when in i i r which they hive heietofore. bctn i-l-w to recognize helortgin; t<> a )n : 21 ', frontier would greatly rncrcrse the effect of U. arguments I Sinnope, in which lay a portion of the Turkish Fleet 'I tivdtjcul for reference, to the. otitndin committof! *. I much ICSH .idiuit. But it is nior jiaitiet-larly with re.1 In Nnplrs the King: las di"mis"ell the quirantine J Keys, arrived at the latter place! on the 15tb inst..
.l' m..Iifv nn.li' hiid (> 'ini'l h that be I fficers concerned! in the lat She will, it is thought ; load there fr Cbarlestoo.
f ., we fully believe, and if valuable in aid of ne comprising fourteen ships, commanded Admiralil. :j I my >ii i.i \r ; the bill : in-ult t'n the French Envcy. -
" by tIe the a.llI.ihislr.ltiIJU Wwt Wind Ann Pratt Gor.
The bark
C. i referred to C"iniiittt Public Lund.- 'rjieot to foreign Pllli.yIf as The, is ; brigs ;
e on Neapolitan to be increased.The .
't :: :: gotiation for peaceable'removal, how much more va 1. Osman Bay. The battle was comm uc..J immediate- It wn *.i nr.lpc'\ foreshadowed in the m'-saire, that the i>pi".!ition are ports ou the Baltic army have been closed by the Brown ; and schr. J. Vail, are ou their way from New

/ ..." uable will they b diould coercive measures become ,'ly.l }MAXWELL. In"k lean! .,f tl<. H.IU' t.M'itrorluee I I :Uken Ab.1 k. Oar rea-Jers will reinen.ber that it was ice. York f'r this port.

:'I!{: i! necessary That we do the Executive D injustice i iu The Turks being unable to bring thtir shore batter "u bill. jniiitiii ihe ri.t; ,.f WI\\ and making !' confidently predicted during the canvass by the supporters -s .
.:; these remarks a grant ''f land t-j the St-.t<-sf H ii,l.i III 1 Alabama! ;
"> ,
. that Tallahassee
we of his ice Market.
qu.st. portion to bear
the ,
tli I Additional
latter force
iuauglal upon rfjip 1 1I in aid 1 of the e..o..tru..ti11 <>f a raina: l fi">m chic wa of Scott, that Gn. Pierce, being as they al European Intelligence.
.t ; :i t which reference has been made: the harbor when the enga!nieut assumed the mosterrific I I J ten of 1' 1I"lrola' Thy, :in Floridn. t<, M.iti'jjoniery. in-I I, !Ieyil. progressive ot the Kossuth school, would BALTIMORE, December 23. COTTON.-December 3 1, l83.-Sinee the close!

: First the Governor is required to raise one Brigade character. TIe Turks are said to have fought i I the State Alulmiiifl," of whi:. I b {>rc\iuus notice; has I IUen involve tie iii all soils of troubles. Tlie Hermann has of our last review, the market has been Very quiet,
I speedily country arrived New
Steamship at
York and the transactions .
'i44s. cf volunteers, commission the officers, aud tender the ii\en.i 'fthe week have been limited to
.a'-r Brigade to the Federal Government the with utter desperation. Th-v \\411.1It t turn nde r I 1'11 .We were toll that he wai a regular filibuster" from Bremen via Southampton. Having I left the latter the sale of otilv 218 bales, at extreme varving from
: fO removal re \\'a'lI. ai-d tb} lull. .
' : f.bji-ctiun. r.'a.l:1i. t )
{ of Indians. These duties but bravely fought uutil their abips one after another was port on the 7th iiusi.. she does not bring as late in- 7ito8. B. &
;t j; the \ are purely" executory, |! an I hf-cotid tm.. bits: title, and icfuud to the Cum\ that, if elected, he would breakfast some morning on H.
three diva the America
tellmi.ruie.by as that arrivedat
H and will be promptly dllhargod the were sunk, blon u, or burned. TIle Turks had seen v- I I inittcen Public Land. j j5Ir. Cuba dine ('ff01 Ms can 1 di ink his: ?e.. out of t cups
:. Se-J. I II ilif.ix on hut
J: ,: General Government Thursday having access to the
, : f..r'. tbe Brigade, the Governor deliue t required to secure services tbe of frigates two wivetts, one steamer aud three Sid! ll (,f I>iui.iiin gave IK) :c" in tin? S
' ). it. r frontier settlers, and employ the Brigade in carrying transports destroyed.The nfl the 21s, of an int.'ntinn to iutn-dnoe a till granting; I inidii.bt; by shaking tiLt tisl at J"h-i: liul1 and threato bled to give some' items of news that were not telegraphed a flattering d sense. It commences and prcgresee so

:.1.- :,) out the provibious of the ]law in that part of the Peninsula Turkish Admiral Osmau Bay, was taken pris- th ;t {ir"'.! the Indians the n.u8 inll8. Louis Napoleon charges the King of Belgium with are a mass of nfcrrs, then a sudden exposure o"ciing
now occupied by and is authorized, oner by the State of rl"ri.b. to nid in the! eoinruci d I a'I Uobin-on.; In short they( made out that the (demo-
'oi1l tr \ ender certain restrictions, to borrow a I having ;promoted the fusion of the Bourbon f.uniU. from beat to culd. produces an injlamation, and m a
.. ittt'f : filth of the State, for their subsistence,money transportation on the Each Turkish hip had on board besides the crew, railroad across the peniin-ula of this St.ite. Neitherof ciatie candidate was a lUau n tonlyofa very I. li- and the Cabinet at Brussels is consequently in a great few days or weeks it is said be or she died of fcastf

i':t pay .3. These latter duties, however, the law re, 800 troops, who were being conveyed to Circasia.- the Seuati-rs fiom this State badrme! .l Washington :- cose \!!->|ioMt ion, but possessed of a prodigious desire fright as tu how far they will be involved by the first CONSUMPTION. For all troubled with cough or

;.-1.1; :..! quires to be discharged under the proviso contained I On the Turkish ships! there was also a large up to that day. Mr. Mallory pa.-sc 1 through thiscity that the bal me of the wo 1 II! and :slit-I, ret of man jx'litirul movement of the united family. lung complaint we would refer to the advertisemrvt
:;_ t the 11 th section of the which U in to the '" The Turkish Government has: officially declared on the out-ide of this paper Judsoa's Chemical Extract
t. iu net tbcse Money all of which
words : pay ': was lost. ou the I 13b; for the c.ipitol. kinI" should have n sight of the American Eagle and "
-, 1t I.&I. That the Governor shall not that it will nut saixtion privateering, nor grant letters of "Cherry and Lungwort. whieh is said to be a
;1b4r, actual operations wiiliki ube Indian boundary commence until the The Turks burned or sunk several Russian ships.- The slavery qucfticn las been under discnrsifn in be made to toe it to tbe ill.-l'iring tune f Yankee of marque. certain cure for thi awful 'disease. Also Aiors Tur-

,. t 4th day of May next and not until he in satisfied; ; that Two of them liue-of battle, three frigates and two the H,- -e. Gerrit Smith the New Yoikaljolitnini-st, Doodle Dan ly.'l' But 11:1,11"> r.-l.-.te. the President's Baron Bruok has inC-rm..1 the Porte that Austria, kise Balm the great remedy for all diseases of the

.r '.'i :.-' the General Government has determined not to remove steamers. The battle lasted only -n. hour. The remainder took advantage I.f the HOIIPU l being in C mn ittee of I budget reveals him to be of another spirit. He turns would support the neutrality of Settle; to which the hair.

St4L : said Indians' by force or other wise Frond I'd of '\\tf Russian fleet WI/ so shatt H-I'' it Sultan rt'rlif'.llhat he was resolved t.-> compel l the
: coulJlcarcely the Whole, to deliver a set speech on the .ul ed.- out the very opposite of that propl.---? .1! of Li II. Instead -
Prince of ServLv to his and had
renounce neutrality
; further. That if actual hostilities shall be Auction.
0 tht.- by the Indians before that time! the commenced reach Sebastapool.! All Europe is in excitement The matter 1.J.fure the Ilmite wa* the ref renerof the of being bent olin general scrimmage he seems given orders to that effect. Austria however i is making -

-t.ljt. ;'. .l{ shall be of no force or effect" foregoing proviso and the opinion now prevails that an Europeanwar President's Message which gave Mr. Smi b nn oppr acting on the idea that: prare hath her victories no : preparations to interfere in the affairs of Servia. O N MONDAY next. 2d January, 1834. will be
k :.' Thus it is that there is no longer avertable. The Turks continued I The British mail Steamship Orinoco had arrived at sold befoie the Court House, the following NEGROES
seen are two contingenciesand t to tunity treat of the Konztu cat.e. Thc principles which less renowned than war' It shows in fact in the
: Southampton from the West Indies with ?2.000.000 1 Man, 8 BoTt',
;ti.i the of
only two happening -ither
: upon of which gain advantage. our Government have applied to that cn-o be appliedto language of a c rn spondent. that we are at peace in speeie. 8 Women and 3 Children. 1 GirL
;gr4 the Executive is authorized to order the
. fi1 I actual service. One of these is that tile Jndiaiu Brigade hall into The Pacific reports sales of cotton in Liverpool for the domestic question. The Uou"eT 5 ve y attentive I;. with all the world ; and what is still more surprising The Steamer Marshall!, from Hamburg. for Hull,, Terms made known on day of Sale.

! ; j 14Yr commence actual hoilihlict, and the other is, that I he j three previous daysto be 19,003 ualts. No chu: : ge: as they always are, when a toM ech is sufficiently likely, for augl.t any one can see, to to remain. Even had been wrecked on the passage, and 270 lives Dec.31 1833.BERRY ji-f ,
.t'i shall be satisfied that the General Government haideteruuncd in prices striking and novel. He wa not interruj d: in regard to Mexico, it does not appear that we are to lost.
.4j &, 1 not to remove aid Indian, The packet ship E. L.. which left Live'poo1 on the
M by
force i or except by the iuterpocition of a question, from Mr.Sollers demand anything from, her so uimasonable as to secure 13th November, for New York. back Selling at Cost.
;i .J; otherwite. To decide whether the Gcucral Government Death frcm Yellow Fever in N Orleans.We put having
'1. f 1 has so detennined, may prove one of the m<181'' w of Md., whether it was in order, on the que s- to us any further ii'-qui-i i ions of Mexican Terri encountered a tremendous pale on the 29th ult, ("u- undersigned is now offering tie Entire

j J '1 delicate and difficult of all the duties impMed by tIle have received from the office f the \-w Cr- tion of the reference of the Pre"'ideDt'e"la o to the tory. The great efforts made by some persons du- ring the prevalence of which eighteen person were THC of Goods, in the Store lately occupied

itt:tJt t law; but it M a duty, and I pledge myoelf discharge leans True JJtlta, a pamphlet containing names i of respective committees, to make a regular abolition ring the late administration. to raise a row with England washed overboard, and met a watery grave by D. MANLEY. in this city, consisting of a

'ri it to the best of my ability. In doing BO, I may commit those who died in that city, from all diseases, between speech ilr. Smith was allowed to finish liii remarks, about Central American atlaiis, tin not seem to general variety of Groceries. Fancy and Staple Goods,
"a? errors judgment, but none, I which will frun the 17th. which must be closed. Call aDd examine. The entire
V nope the 1st of May and M of November, 1853. The total, and listened to with seconded the admin trution. What Washington Star
was silence be
L'j compromise the interesU or dignity of our commonwealth. deep arid I nttpni: n.- by prerent stock can be bad far less anNerk.prUt

't.. I number of death' during the jcri'xl upc-cifieilj foots up He was replied to in very temperate and eloqocntlanguage has become of( all the war n.akers an I Itar speakers Washington News and Gossip. cost. A rare chance for n bargain can be had lay any

. n t 12,151. The deaths by the fever alone are not stated by Mr. Preston of Kentucky, and ,on the of' the lati- session The war-rtirring orators: of lie The policy of the Administration is at this momentall one wishing the stock and Store. C. H..BLOOD.

1lH Cession West Florida. tabularly, but exceed 10,000-an awful mortality following day by Mr. Dean (Soft) of New York.nt .-- Senate must be quit cbop-falleunow. when the President i powerful in the House. The cymptons of weak- Tallahassee, Dec. 31, 1853. 52 2m
.. .( that H 1v. tbe which
i ra or rather svmptons
'td$6 The who died divided n..
of persons are into 3532 natives of Hie debate was continued by Oul.lings and oth .rs. i talks about an amicable arrangement not forced -- -- -
The <
\ "r4 MariannaVhig! Saturday last copies the being represented tn be evidence of weakness by
." :{ resolution offered in the Alabama House of Repreentstives Ireland, 2314 Germans, 1280 natives of other foreign A joint resolution to confer the rank of Brevet at the cannous' mouth, but proposed by Great Britain. are the Herald of New York. and its kindred prese?, Dissolution of Copartnership.

;r. on the 14th lost, relative to the cession o; nations 661 natives of the United States except Louis. Lieut. Gen. was warmly debated in the Senate, Dec- The message throws c. Id wa er u; on Senatorial war have not the slightest bearing upon the probable future THE Co-partnership Heretofore existing between

itt: ;"1 West Florida to Alabama, and appends thereto the lana 1102 natives of Louisiana anti 3232 unknown. 22, by Messrs.Cass, Mason, Badger, Shields and Seward speeches"-and we may add kills stone dead the success of the measures and views of public poli- P. Jordan and Thomas H. Hodgkise.under
is known to favor. Jordan A Co. is tas day
President P.
which the A trial the firm-name of John ,
These statistics ,
f" We are preceded by A review of the in favor, and Adams, Walker Douglas and Petitin scribblers and unfledged orators of the last campaign cy
remarks. to have the
; following are pleased testimony has been Lad in the House as to the strength of the dissolved by mutual consent The name of the firm

'i ; of the Whig in support of whatbaa been her! 03.1..U Yellow Fever, its causes, tc, with some remarks on the negative. It was ordered to be engrossed by a who wrote columns twaddle and made speeches President's policy with reference to Rivers and Har- will only be used iu settling up the business. All persons

::; t'4 t tofore and bY1lt, that the people of the West won ild! Hygiene by J. S. McFarlane, 1L D, in which the vote tf 30 to Buocomb ou the strength of" Kossuth's breeches"and bort-a fair trial. On that question. his message holding claims against said firm are requested to

:; doctor, after admitting that the 12.The sustained by an overwhelming majority also l- them to John P.Jordan, Quincy. or 'ThomasII.
.Iot 7t1U!i the of tbeir State for the as yet, medical profes- th_ Interveution-in-tlie-affairs of-Europe humbug. was ; so present
severing aggrandize
oppose Florida the 1st 18M.
of the Pacific February.
Bonds. Railroad Tallahassee
sion are not even at the threshbold of science in its in the case question which .llOdGkiSa. by
; (Dent of Alabama: Some time since we noticed a call in London luu already been before the House on three different Those indebted to us will please call on John P.Jordan
J I knowledge and treatment of fever a paper THE SEMIXOLES, A letter received the Isabel
yellow without by
:iffi' Oar readers may possibly recollect our noticing a for a meeting of the Florida ways. On each of them the action of the body was and pay their account .brthwith.
pretending to offer a system of successful Bond-holders. The from Key West, dated the 22d inst announce the arrival JOHN P. JORDAN
4 similar report current about a year ago, and originating; practice, result of that prompt and emphatic in sustaining the views of; the
.'j.1" ill a Ne'- York paper. tJie perpetration doubtless of says that in a very large and extensive practice in meeting was doubtless an agreement among at that port of the schooner Charles and Edward, message of course. It is worthy of remark. ton that THOS. H. HODGKISSLDec.

J J: 0W penoy..1iDer. iA the at.e of something mereFlorida yellow fever, he ha* never seen a patient die when the holders to present their claims to the Board from_Miami, Florida, which vessel reports having left nearly all the Hard Democrats out of the New York 31. 1853. 52.
:.) 'r+ truthful The ides then was to bury West tin of Commissioners appointed under treaty between the delegation. and some of tho latter, too, ranged themselves .
t. ijtf Md MiddU and East tbe intestinal excretions have preserved a natural character at Key Biscayne, a band of Seminole Indians. They
Alabama Florida,io Georgia and British and American GavemmenU. in those contests under the banner of Pierce. New Copartnership.
.i thus blot out the name of our State from the eacuH|li. ; hence his whole object in the treatment has A Washington were peaceably disposed and expressed themselves Indeed, there arc not t ten Democratic members of this the'entire

4k i on of the Union. Much to the astonishment of this; been to preserve the integrity of the digestive func letter communicates the following respecting the action ready to accept the reward offered by the Government Houie who profess sympathy with the avowed Democratic J. S.terest M. DAVIDSON of Thomas H.having Hodgkiss bought in the above C-

'f portion of West Florida abort article appeared lin lions. If the physician can accomplish this, all other of the Board :j to those of their nation who would emigrate, opposition of the Administration who do not cern, the Drug business will bi carried on al tk **
1I ooe of he Petwacola papers favorable to ie Movement News has reached here from London that the claim that they are devoted to each and every recommendation *
I explained then and symptoms will speedily subside and tbe patient recover. mixed whenever it w if truly offered. They were busily engaged stand by J. P. Jordan and J. S. M. r"--
Tba matter was commission it
more easily now sitting in that city for Ihe adjustment of the message, as strange as may seem. DAVLDS'
; *, now. Pen is most deeply interested in hei ." lie reprobates tbe use of castor oil, as from the of claims of citizens and subjects of America in making arrow root or Indian comptee, and The danger of serious democratic opposition If there the name and will style be of JORDAN to their& fxicd P4

. .,. J railroad o nectioa through 'Alabama with )Ioatgom.erl. nauseous character of the remedy and the dielIt nnd England respectively, on the government of the in bunting and fishing in the neighborhood. is real danger of it, which we cannot perceive arises where they of the old establishment pleased see

; .jS It must prove the making of the.place ; a ad with; which it addresses itself to the palate and 'im.- other nation, have bad the Florida bonds, issued by from the secret proclivities of certain members who patrons JOHN P. JORDAJT.J.S.M.DAVIDSOS..
tier promioaut citizens would indeed be lukewarm to the territorial povemmcnt of Florida previous to her Brooicins Campbell. a member of Congress from claim to be friends of the Administration. They are .
It their interest at the of State {ination of moat patients,but above all from its acrimo admission aa a State into thu Union for the most and
though the ar
( expense ) before them and Tennessee, died in Washington on the 27th inst in the hands of lobby. part. December 81 1SU. 8S
; 1 if they failed to nr. pea aDd consolation. to fRfly ny.it is frequently rejected ; it has then to be repeated; that they have been allowed. They amount to about eager to work out the lobby's ends. They will come Quincy _

;. 4-. pit MbttM which Jklabaiba chootM to foster. Alabama often with the same,result, by which hours full of destiny two millions of dollars, and are mostly transferred to BATAID T ULOR.-The New York Tribune announces I erelong to be ranked as opposition men. or we are Lost Note.
' we presume is very willing to acquire the best British subjects. I should Dot be surprised if an at- mistaken in the signs of the times. As soon as those irad*
.( I port oo tM Gulf withi
4 Ution Ac. We exetedis doubt if Jiidfe Y"her.toP ach js established which can never be controlled until have Mississippi and Texas bonds allowed also.- editor. The Trib no states that Mr. Taylor will at such gentlemen perceive that the cause of the lobby I a note executed to me br the hits **

fL aD show a aia Lj one of the *lmat maay.UttersfroojFloiidCbea black vomit supersedes, and deat'i close the melancboly Bread thrown upon the water returns after many once devote himself to preparing his travels for publication is utturly hopeless, so for as any expectation of favor Stafford of Gadsden County for b832 83. "
for of their schemes is ceraber 29, 1851, due one after date,a P'1'
daUeastofProaaoola. Judge days. Administratioo any
scene. and a book on Africa may soon be expected I from the SusWd laid "rf**** ?!
Y. baa wckooed without bit best in the most bconsidraU their men in the Democratic ranks will get bearer. I hare loet or
concerned T
I of the firm of *
He oonchidei Mr. Baring 4s Brother form afc watt* .
they by the froti his He will also be beard lecturer b ftr or
manner. If left to the peopl*Af West Florida.thcf expressing following pen. as a to voting against the views of Pierce upon aU questions not seen the same for the last

I would speak out against tb. njormeot u withd.e : mopinions ODe of the commission and is, or was largely interested different parts of the eountry. numerous and pre ingiotitatioos on which they may be required to register their note entitled to certain erit -. ASA4 -AW1fJ' *-

l mice of, one man.* 1. That jtlloir fever is not contqons. fa thai Bond having preceded hit arrival her. individual votes in black end white ; ennvragto i Disr31t8*S. n It >

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Order* to OrganizeVolunteers. For New York. D. es, NEW CASH- STORE.. I JNEW FIRM. NEW GOODS.- Bale- ,'Rope. ,6c.- .. ...' 'S
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General Order Ho 1. .is rF'HF| new Packet 11m k. E. Rejninzti-n, FLORIDA TTEIR .t nciT I -'f--If
Gentlemen andJLadlci'Taihloaable NOW ON HAND Ia& Jnt pv
H> :. .* FrORIDA lIlLtTIA Jfcawyer.. Master will )hate immediate TALUASEE Emporium. XX J. L Day, from New OrUaM
AWUTAST GENECAL'S: Omcr despatch. For freight c'r iwsHge ""-1,1fll Wholesale and Rt Dealer I 1e A HOST beautiful and rand atioittnfnt of 70 Coil Bal. .

Tallahassee, Dee. IS, IS 3ItIGADI1lt SIcNAUGHT A- OIl OXD. DRUGS AND HEDICLTHES.m4EHT NEW FAll & WINTER FANCY GOODS. A. GOODS which will be sold low for CASH and 1B.1.BiE4Bbh.WLsk.y.

General Johnson will proceed forth- _Newport December, i>:3. 62 -..- 1 for the Production of the country, at a small advance r

his j in of nr UE Sulacribm on the original cost, at tile .
B 'lfitb Tto nraniie Brigade pursuance an 1)! Dycstuff*. Surgical Instruments. .e DOW in the receipt of their 10 8 perf111e n. -
f the art General Assembly\ entitled An Act to Notice. J. Snuff.WliitloW CJla.s. Paints.Oil I. Large and well elected. Stock of New and Cash and Exchange Rooms of 6KegiLeaILird. -

ed .Je. for' the final removal"of the Indians i>f thu ALL persons arc forbid purchasing or rcceivio; *Spices., VnruMie Putty Manufactured T"Lc Handsome UODGKISS & SCOTT October 29, .& :

pro", and for other purposes. Dl I after such org.misane. W IIr"lIt No. 49.052, for 80 acres, u-sued.. I I I I iiud Glass Ware, Patent } F.LLND WINTER FANCY GOODS ,

-ill rej"J rt tu tll u office with id! convenientlaticn 1 under the act of September 28, 1850. to Edward F I I I i Fine S"ar*. Eiue Tooth, Pure Will and Brandies selected with great in sutcnssons TO PROTECTION INSURANCE COWAJ4Y'
care, New York and
dtepatt'b. Dean, bui'ixit signed by the Uuinnibsioner Pensions. I and Hair Hrushes, fur Medicinal purposes W a n experienced who Philadelphia GEO. W. SCOTT & CO. HARTFORD, 002TK JCCT1CUT.. ;. "'
F.sl"etltIlt'J.nmf'l', Brome 'Said I'I I Buyer spared no pains .
Warrant loct caveat itt Fanev .
flue hu\ingbteu a aguint
Paint Brushes
13 ArticeI' or troilJe ID tbew selection We will make exertion to render dealers withs Capital Stock %
"CARAWAY Our Stuck will b increased every 300,0
U1n&UdedLl.CLief. SMITH.Adj't. ]litcatiou has been filed aud at the expinttiou of bix Garden Seeds, Fine \ Segars. and .
uud In. '. M. weeks from this date, an appl cation will be made for I I replenished monthly. bv the latent aud _u ru a6zoluti.'and tlJllpl""lUi"t..lmf long crrdi't, nndenirad. Affwrt of tbo iboro OiI.
He lias brigs Asa Sawyer and) nut i of the best and THE
rertutftt'i'f per raLterles of FaMonaUt'lffoodt) oftener L a gnodit qualitie4.llIt most approv-
I duplicate. EDWARD F. DEAN. or prepared to tab risks apinG FIN .arags
Mmituik. 11 supp/ofevery variety I if we find it d the LOWEST CASH PRICES.
a Our e styles, at
beJieneeto the n.Te General' Order. I, ALLEN December SI, 1853. 62 6t necessary. conauta iu and their content,on the mart faTOraYe.
of aiticlcs unmllv by druggets. Planter and of of the louo* Our assortment will be and
kept part ing: constantly enJargrd en- .
In Riigadicr Jciwnd of the Florida VoSjj F. B. YLLGO.
JOBSSOS. : Phvsicians find at thi establishment a full r ched by fresh supplies and will embrace the entin.varidy .
b. raid i in pursuance ff an act of tlie last Notice.I 'iI\\'IYI Dress Silks. Tallahuaoe,November 0, JU,. 44
evrl. supply of every.thing needed, and on the uustliber.dterms. of goJII .tlt"JtIanded in this market. Annexed
G' { AsCnlbcntitlt'd\ "An Act to) proTldfor HEREBY pive notice that, at the expiration : RICH Black and Fancy Brocha Silks, is a GENERAL SCHEDULE:

tLtflfinJLnnl.'l&t, r d.4f incite the Indiana the of(, tbU and State, aud citi-for of six wteks from this da'e, I thall% apply to theummtiotier I Orders from the Country promptly filled and satisfaction Plain- and" Plaid Embroideries. Laces Ribbons and Trimmings, La- NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS.

utucr purp"11'e woiihy ;C of Ptifeions fur the re-it.ue of Bounty guaranteed, "ih regard both to prices and Figured de Sol i d"' Fine Dress Good. Fancy Mantles. Shawls and

zepe (ttS State, qualified under tlu Constitution nndUhtiftLa .Land Warrant No. 24,7h5. for 40 acres, iasued to life ,, quality. prescriptions carefully compotuufed. Clmngeable'Sillcs.. Cloaks. Fashionable Bonnets:Gloves. Mitts and H<>- THE undersigned bejrs to atraoooc to his eurto*
tl'erecf to foruj }Ii itar duty, f'rtL- I I PhJeicin' and the public that he bas rtoetTed
pet just
\ I 'under the act of SepUuiber 28th. Ib50, for terhcsiu ,, ] .. Stripetl s iery. Heavy and substantial Dry Goods, Blankets,
to organizationTx Black! Italian the recent arrivals, and ia of UMnv
\toenroltheirnauies. preparatory 1 tlie Floiidd War, uuder Capt Pudget, and which aaid 24. 1SS3. 61 Cluhing Boots and Shoes. lLata IIlul Caps. Eau'i.'ing now opening ooo
Battalions\ and Regiments and nt"l"t'"hr M Silks I st extensive varied and choicest aetortment of
1\\1\"liee, Rept and Satin, :au4 Rope, > ,
,nUl Q w'arrantVIU; etvlcu from Die iu October.\ 1S53. Satldlf'ry, Hardware and Cutlery, Gun .
thru;b'.JIDt tit lUd diserett )cre"u. hJ them 10 Uc4eJ. : MOSES DANIEL.Abrabamtnwn Glass, Oils, White Lead, &c. Black aud Fancy Arniure Silks.. aals and H..lIow.ware, Crockery Fancy Boxes aDd GOODS ever brought to this market all of which an
tcrtport thrir l\tunt'e to tile ; that is to gay. Paint. Powder, Shot and offered on the most reasonable terms. And for Cash
Dec 31, 1P53. S2 Cw assorted sizes LmdF1our. Beef Bacon
-* BOXES Window Glass ,
tJiag; ten Companies of one, hundred) men I kfk Mouselains and Cashmeres. Butter, Cheese and all kinds of Grace ira he will not be undersold by any house in this citr.
and ,
tX J.JJ ProvuOHS.
""b I bt formed into a i egiment of Mounted Volun- IPO kegs White Lead, pure,extra d No. 1, November 5. 183. 44 D- C. WILSO'tf.Dresa .
to I.Indeed OH T) 1CII Plain and lou lains
CHARLES II. AUSTIN laurels Figured ,
f iod ii"t exceediug ten Companies of une hun- : Cotton and Tobacco.
L.ell Lard Oil Cashmeres
tin 'oeu each to I* formed iuto a Regiment of In. i iallfl. JUST.ICE OF THE PEACE 6 ; Goods.
Plaid MfJla lain and "
20 Kosrs Zinc Paint, Liberal advances made on shipments of the above

.. rules "1\1 be enforced in the I -ANDNOTARY 20 package'Fireproof P :nt. (bbls. and I U.I.) Painted M'jusclains and a rticle. by UODGKISS SCOTT. STAPLE and Fancy Silks, .
TV following organizatiou -, PiPBLCO 2 barrels Rectified Whale Oil, Black Cashmeres and de L nu. November, 191853. 46 English _.
of the Cunipuuiee cuutemplated iu the above Gt-n- Florence and Harcelline Silks,
2 Train Oil. 1 Copalnndili
rt.ll OrJI'r: OFFERS his service to the public; to be found I in 1\1 and at A Mantles and Talmas. Fresh Supplies. Silk Tissue, (assorted)
J. NJ person will be received into this service who ..1. fririti T\rpotiue rt'flil tn- and Worsted Beragea. .
t ".' tors,Brushes,and 1) ECEIVING from the
f uuder the of 1 S DeccmUT 1S53. MUART1M Painter'mnteriat Embroidered ilantles, in all colors HERALD, ASA SAW- Robe '*' '
i if over the ago *> 45 or age years, or 24. I). H. AMES. RICH LV Berage "r
i laboring under any bodily infirmity wiatev| r. J, 61 Dutchus Mantles, (Velvet Trimmed) YElL GAMP.LE and CHlJ' LA. Evening Dresses, (assorted)
24, 185S. Extra
2, Eac'.i'! person enrolling Lim*elf as a Mounted) VolCiiteer r. DOBT, E. H. SI. lJ.'JDSOS.I Dlcembr .4 4' .4 Fringe do Northern Flour, No. Mackerel, Plain Checked and Figured Popua '>
.. "
I'Vestern "
will furui t.h himself with a c<)-.d and efficient DOBY & DAVIDSON I Empress" do 4 Bbls. Checked La Belvadere Robea,
Wines &c. I I'
Syrups S.F.
Kits .
Plain and Embroidered) Silk "
Double I Talmas
h.rse a Saddle and BI iJk a Rifle Musket or II Striped
Barrel SII.It Gun. in complete repJr. Each person :j jenr ATTOHMISYS JIL.j O LD Otard Brajidy, Fiesli Dates, I I a Black Cloth Talmas, Buckwheat Flour" Dried Herring, Striped and Checked Persian ClotLa

.Oliiig lilnwelf in an Infantry Company ,'ill pi vide :( QUINCY, FLORIDA.T Old Port, Claret. Lavender Cclored Mantles, Velvet Trimmed. 'I and i Kegi Codfish.iiT Cashmeres and Merinoes

bitn elf with n R.Ce, Muk, or Double Bairel Shot j\ IS 7 ILL practice in the\ Middle! Citeuit of Florida. }la.1"im Old Port Juice, (' lieii- Dairy Cheese, Dried. Pen diP!, Opera Flannels. .

Gun, in complete iepmr. t \ v and iu the Eastern Ct-uutieB of We.t Florida I Sherr Sparkling, Cider, Gents Ready-Made Clothing. J.icon": Side Butter, Apples- Cheeked nd Plaid Cloaking '*
S. Perllln'l de"'uin% ? Staff appointments are expect1 i All buMues entrusted to their cure will rcccn pi ouipt L"I11"n Porter, Scotch Ale.\ Blue and El ck Overcoat, .. ?,! Ladies Cloths, (assorted)
to bold CornuasiioiiB in the Line. I ntti-nti-'n.: Brandy' Peaches. Brandy Cherries, 1 I SUPER Brown anti Mulberry Overcoats Slioulders. Oranges and Dates, Italian Cloth. *,
ALLEN. JOHNSON.Bripidier II Syrup, Sardine. '. SuugarCured Hams. Water Crackers, Bombazines and assorUd ,
Alpacca ( )
Drcenib .1. 153. 61 : 'I P.Iack a-itl Blue Frock Gwta, Lan!, in Bbli. and Kegs Butter "
Fio-h I lxtcr
General. Strawberry I i Brown and Olive Muslins, (assorted) i'r:i
H. "
Belleville Dec. 17 ((81.) 1S53. L2 4t i iSaIt. 1.clon.'c. Shad. a' Sugar Syrup Sugar Thibet Cloth,
iI JACKSON J. MASH I Tweed Coats, of every Color, 'larified Sugar StKla"
I I ,
Cambrics assorted
Gingt'r" ( ) ,
II Clouded do do" .
dodo .
Jinf-hed "
Salt DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF GOODS, I Pine Apple Clam*, l a' Blanket Lemon Fancy Prints,
: Coats 1..llf.[
f f\f\ SACKS Key West Salt just received per Blowing Carc, Drcntur County, Ga. I Gauva Jt-lly. Preserved QuinceCrrrant !, Blue and Black Blanket Coats Rio Coffee, StewarU Graham Bread Candies, Twilled Persian Print,

a\J\J Dark emig-tl'lI; and, fir tale bvMcNAUGAT I. P. BROOKS, Agent. I do") : Peaches, Grey; do o' lava S. S. Almonds, Ginghams, (assorted) D. C. : -

& ORMOND.] ; I Sparklm r.t'latmf Tnmnrindl Cabinet! do November 5, 1853. 44
DeaemLer 24. 1853. 51 Apple Vinegar, Brazil X ntil.
December SI, lb5S. :2 I II Flavoring Fxtn.cts. Spice a. Ca-'simere do
Newport -- -- -- ---- ------ < Candles EnJuuts.
Ij I Yea=t Pickle, perm : Boots and Shoes. .
rl Jeans
j,I MATTHEW MOSELEY Salad Oil Kentucky do Xdm t. Zante Currants,
Lost, WITH Com Starch, I Ilimeluli;Cloth do Table! Salt, Onions Lc. superior Calf Sewed Boots (au't)
Olives. Capers! 'I11fE'i'S "
doIrViM Kip pegged
MONNAIE. eontaiul-ie: a small sum of Worcestershire Sauce, Cocoa. I -ALSODimank 0. .
:\PORT, 'nd paperf no value to any one sine I ,I EngiMi) Mustard l. D. II. AMES. : Tab!* Cloth-,, Napkins.; Tidies Linen Edg- Men's and Bovs'calf Boys
dec, ncr. Th- fiud,.r on tetutuii.g the same to this IdllCf. i IJiroRTERS & WHOLESALE HEALERS IN ; Deeembei 24. lf-53. 51 I Gloves. ng", Worsted Virforinea Foulards! 51..S De Lains, ,. "* Brogans M

.will be fuiablrewarded.. ___ ; EN'S: Alexander Eli,1 Gloves FallI'rillts.. L. C. lidkfs Emb'd\ nnd Plaid Shawls, kip pegged '

Deeeuiber3I.ib.e. C2 St I Dry Goods and Carpeting, Ii FRESH GARDEN SEEDS ( do Black and white Silk Gloves, 16.ui SLawIs, Brown Liriui. TriaL Linen Bleached and calf half Boots *
L Goat Brogans, :
do Buk.kin Jodo Bard Muhn-! Hl'u'yf.I Shirt and Drawers Fine -s
15 Park Place and 10 & 12 Murray-st. N. Y. i "
Fresh Supples. I I GKOWTH OS lS.r 3.IT I Lisle Threaddo Vtl: and Crib Blanket, Negro do. Lm "ys, Domestic Morocco Slippers. ".
| W. W. Huilbut, P. Van Volkenburgh, '* and Boys sewed calf Brogans, :
DraB Plaidi l and Denims Ktr-
/\'cr Stripe Ticking. Satinets.
T) ECE1VING from New Yoik, Baltimore and Yew '. J. A. Sw-etrer, W. B. Leonaid. i R A Bag, Flat Turnip,Cabbage. Beets. Ac just LADIES Black Patent Gaiters '
do Ch.imoi Lined Berlin and of
D. ILAMES. Sup Gloves L seys. 0uaburgBait Rope an Oisortiuent
IV 0,lenn*. : received. I '
December 2! i. 18.3.;: Rl 1 do Bulk Gauntlets. Lasting tip"

Fresh Go.hen BuUer, Cnbbage nnd BeeU, ---- .----- -- -eailier4.. 1653. Cl_ _ L.DIES'Iexauder Kid Willow Ware, &c. Kid. Morocco and calf Bootees

do do in Kits, Oni-l* and II";p I For Rent. I Bcl Air Academy I I do do Silk Gloves doThiibet Such Clothes Hampers and Basket. Market Bas ". Kid ties Buskins and Slippers

Western CheeEe) Ch' c [
Vft Corner Thick Store 1'1 dodo
; occupied bv I
: recently
Tme Apk' CL cBeT'mlntfl Catsup, TilE Putr-m* nf this school) having cuccepded in feI I [ Misses Gaiters
| l. H Be'twid.. Applv to THt. TatMa Sulk dodo Rollhiir Pins Potato Smashers. Sillebub I Lusting
Soda li.ecuit. Walnut do i I Dr. ArLD. originally from South Carolina. Sticks Horses Satchel and Bootees, and general
I Decembei 24, Is23. 51 D. II. AMESWanted Cnhuruere dodo Rucking Carpet Bags. etc. Slippers a assortment
Lemon .10! Brandy IVacbps, i I and r..flItlfrom Madieon; C'Ulltuf this State, a* Silk FI..p"e lined :. UODGKIdS t SCOTT. of Children's and Servant's shoes. .
-- ---- -- I Gloves
Water Crjckers, do Cln-riie, I to Hire Principal take: pleasure in announcing that its regular |i du Uc\.tr Gauntlets November 19, IS53. 46 I Nov. 5, 1853. 44 D. C. WILSON.
Butter do San rua Tip*, : cxerci-i's wil b.* resumed under the mot favurable I

u1r (iii I lVklJ O\ster, A TEAM take a load to Savannah. For pal tic.t auspice* about the middle of Jar.iary. j 1 DETRISTY.D't. Hats and Caps.

Dii-'d Urn ill Frtt-il L.bottN: \ ulars enquire at this office. i IW Air i is quiet little village III.the Pint' Land, Alpaccas, &c. I.En-IS gives notice to his j. '
];:'.tilD"re Rw IIerrin;. Sardines: 4 I December :21. 1 B;3. 51 four n,iu"< di<'ant from Tallaha; <--e. most favorablysituated. : RICH Black Alpacca.. I friends and patr.-ns Tthut i he has re-I I FASHIONABLE Imp.. Moleskin. Hats..
removed from all tli'is and Blue p I M
l A
hceues aj -
C-d Fi-li, Maccaroni !! > I .. n'lon.\! Oflictto hits re-Mence in the Superior
S'igar Cured H-ims, S| erni and Star Candles, MONTICFT.T.O HOTEL. sifieiiti'< ralcnlatfd\ \ ) t. demoralize! \ yoi.th. Painted and I Figured Alpacca, building known as the Wyatt House," adjoining the I Black Cassimere Citizen's .
Bacon SlIuIJtJetll, Ciaiified Suesr, For heal'h. it is F"'ilflll| to no 1-K-ation in the South I Black Bombazines.' : If I Beaver clurendom .4
Dr. where
he be found all
.twdwg Taylor, at
1- 1 : baungeWd hi* Hold I. Cnt4.n Ch-th may 4' -
dll Si.k., Ja\ Cdr.:in mate CArT.'EW)1. I.I em t"f'IItrS..I..tlr" from abroad ill lie received I times prepared to serve thwe who need 1 his soft N
.Ia.L: ibcr hating: puieh.i-ed: :,I' nablc fc and Tan Colored English, French amiGerman may serHi .
Otter brush
W'ef T"llgUt'I, t%I'al t CIl1li1i"lI. into f.iiniii ill tl.e"altagf.: at ica*' ternis.leenth.r jl yit'!:. tewns wih be Cacti or when called f..r..Any .
httejtip tliat larjrc and comtnodi, : 1 Ilrivk: IJjililing:I ) 2-t. 1 I'1 Mennors. Cassimere soft
New Syiu;), Hlh'ltE 11011mc.nd\ !, references can: be given if necessary.N. .
j 1 South of tile Court Hoube. formerly cupieila aTavern Parauietta Clotha.Cassimeres If.
do do in 1l.b.B. Cj'eii". Ac, c'hlJlGKISS : > d I B. Gt-ld Plate cut tll for Dentists and Wool
A SCOTT. bv Mr. Goodbiead. and known Iljt'lIlli the Bamur In the Dbt. Court of the I'nited Stales mail > dwLXO7etllLtr Drab sqr crown N
sent at *I5
Dec 31, lR-3.: 52 52 :i. House takfg this the method said: of building iiifniuiintr, illt.I.the H"h.l public, thathehaConxelted undiesjwttfullv ;j I For the ortJtfrn Dis'ricl! of Florida. I i I &c. by 19, 1S5S- 46 Pearl" Cassimere- soft ..
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Seed Oats. solicits, a i-liau ofjmUic p- tronng'. No : CIIAMHEUS. DI.C. III' 1S5S.-It hereby ord : ENGLISH Ci.SMmere.- Philadelphia JeanC.thmaret3 Mullet and Mullet rfoe. Drab Moleskin S
I, I pait: oi t.sp..u'c,11 I.e p.itfd to render! ti"'e vonif.rtrtjile i -ied. That the next Term of the Hi-tlil.t Court i Black Cloth (for Talmas) Boys M .

2O0 BUSHELS Ileavv Sot' 0 t- nt"HODGK1.1S ], who uuiv vi.it his lioii'e. The wtl! kiio"i> Liv- of the United States upjx-iuted by law to lie held at | Kentucky Jeat. Tan Colored Cloth, do 50 BULS. SUPERIOR MULLET without heads, English Drab beaver a

SCOTT.. I: cry Stabhf. f.rmetlv kejil by Capt. Newihan.are, ton-II Tallaha-ee c'lI the lust Monday in Jtlluun'IIl'.t. hi L'! Ohio Brown do do also ROE. in fine onh-r. just received. Soft Wool t N i

Dec. 31, 1853. 5U ---52- :'JI dt.J with the Hotel. 'll II: BLACKBURN.j and th l *' Mime i* hereby j J"'IJ| oiivd! and a.lj') .iri ted t.> I Novenuhier- -jt- 1853.-BERRY i ROWLES. M Cartimere black and drab .

LaFARGE HOUSE j Moytitello. Deeu.l: {, IS.'S. il i the THIIil I ) )I'JllJa ((1 I ICth( da.f) :January, n -)t. at I Ladies Handkerchiefs, &c. MORE & GALLAGHER Children's beavers and feathers

j 1 1I3rDadway : i 11 oVl-Mk, A. il, at *hit-It last m.-ntioiic.! time it will 1 1! T A DIES' Plaiu Corded Border Ilamlk'fs, Heavy wool hats for Negroes,

+ between Amity and Bleeker Ets.,p ; SODA WATER APPARATUS, ,; be held at the Capitol in Tallalu !ee. ,| I IJ, do do Hemstitched dodo Ridjre Road and( Coalcs Streft, Philadelphia. Gents and Boys cloth cape '

NEW YOm I [ I. II. liUOXSOX. Judge.! Scolloped do I run Founders ana Manufacturers of .. M" .
.'a' j FOR MOTFAcrrp.iMJ, TEAWINO ANP BOTTLINC, Attpl't-f. ".. IlfTrniN. Ct'I"c11i! 5u' 3t j I and CA Inns RAIU and all plaid
t T IFouie emibinet- all itFappontmen': ; do Embroidered! dodo WROUGHT T >GS Men and Boys glazed "
.'! THIS (' \ tho\ :te"t and nn sl approved (..n.tru"tK>n.niauufactured I Plain I ORNAMENTAL aud ARCHITECTURAI. IROS "
\ % modern com euietice and iuxut\'. midmuiu Mourning dodo LeAther" I.
"hed in M El_tie of uii'.iputed, <-l. .raiK>e.* Tlie j! '.__J and |orsal\.'. with explicit! print..*.i! i For Chrhlmas.E "I Embroidered: Collars, W l.IKS. Iron Railings for public and private !o5, 1853. 44 D.C.WITLSON.Hardware. .
i. iiie"ti..n. f.ritsu>.. by JOHN )1.\1'1 HEWS 101'11':1' I (;r.'uIntls.erandahis, Settees, Chairs. Tables, tc. _
do French Worked do
Propt et..rs will e'1.tts to theej
gpirc no in ministering are ju"t receiving (mont New York and ??eOihaus ;
I of first avenue auJ 2Cth ?lre<-t, 4iijwfl. BclSevnv. I \' I Particular attention paid to tLe enclosure of Burial
uf do do
rt of their gu ts. and nuking it wi'rlliy the a lot of g' ud thing: for the CluiitmasI do Chemizettes. -
New-Yoik. Th till.tj..hmf! !
Vitroti'-e rif th..ir frien-i- Ulll.ih. tiavt-lling ]pulJ1it'-! i: lIt II\.t'tI excl'i- I Holiday\ *: I do do do UndcrIeevc\ bits. I .

I It "iiI heotiva f.r tiie tci'rptii'ti ..f 1ll"f.ts aWit therfJan.wry. si\'t h' t". the manufacture ..f SPIt WATIK MACHINj.nr .' ; 25 lUriel* Appl*.. 40 Boxes Fresh Ilnfcin-, BOT- I I (II Bruxell! Point L'LcC..1iar*. More t GalLigher'a Book of Original Designs and I MILL SAWS, Screws. Brads and Tacks.
'. : tx( in the United: States, uud whfimay b t Lift of Prices sent to wishing to make a selection. -
WKI011 1\ LANIP.P & CO. I : .. ( itroui. 1 B.inel Ct.nantc, I'rehervrd (:Jin:er. Bran I do Valenciennes and llouiton Collars perMms Well Wheels
(S. Lxxirr d t: SSON, f..rlJ.t'II.\, Mnei:: 11. Gr. ) 1.'in id a l.ir-r- aiM>oittiifnt t of -\ery article coui/tcted I I i i dv I I'ea.w-; W.t India :JId111.. ricau Swe,.tRieats I, |! Hand saw, assorted. Faney Bellows .
\\ith\ \\ the bufcincs; iucluuingM.tciia-! EoUiLli hed N'f''hltr I:, lc.3.: 45 2m: !
De'e ..r31 1S5S. 52 GUI Sentinel. 1 : Saw Knives Smith's Bellows
[ 2'J' Ytars. |. 1'icklei 1 1'ii.e Apple Cli e..e, Luigliali: D.lirCn.*-"-e. Hosiery, -
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I 1 Di-cci-iU-r 15uckwhe.it) Go; lieii Butter in 1'e.a and ir 11,. Kite, T ADIES' White Cott..n IIe, Furniture Chairs &c. I Carpenter's Planes, ass. Knives and Forks
_&. a. vvILSON, 24. 1653. :m LI 1. new Mjik
WHOLESALE I old Brundv. Siaiiich] Ciirint-. >ic.BLKKY I t Moravian Cotton II.'e, \1.E art now receiving from I Wrenches, Otter and Muskrat Traps
AND RETAIL DRUGGIST, I A ROYAL STOCK I A: ROWLES. do Black Lni.l/'s Wool Hose, : the Brig Asa Sawyer,and Axes and Hatchets Shears and Scissors

NEWPORT. FLORIDA 1 I Of Carriage, liuzsirs; Harness, Saddler i December 17, IFf.S. LU r do d., Ca-llDlere dodo ei- will op--n at our F nmltu-e rooms, I Framing Tenant Saws, Com.& Rosewood Ganges

:}I s now rwo unjj H lais and! ti>ll v-locted t stock c.f I -- ---- i do Alpaca I do a handsome and well seleetW stock of New York Bench and Hand Vices, Patent Axle .,

OFFICINAL DRUGAXD CHEMICALS; ako\ Collars, Harness .l///.rr'.v "'oel.flIlCl10h, i Family Groceries. do J.i-I( Thread do Citv. made Furniture and Chairs viz : Plate and Rim Locks, Files and Rasps,

a large t"ck of l'att-nt ld uitc. White Lead, etc. Trunls, Valhcs, Carpet BagsS.c.., \I tlo Black and White Silk Hose, Mahogany Secretaries and Book Cases, Padlocks, Augurs and gimlets .
(t C. a FplenJil "I UST received f'tout New York: aid New Orleans, Marble Top and Plain: Sideboards. Chisels and Gouges, Steel Squares .
Ls'rtn.&tt (4 th" 11I0"t approved IS JUST NOW APPEARING MEN'SVhjte Cotton Half Hoce, .
'1)Iol BJ.I\, Toy 104.ks. )',tieat, Sc.tt'IIn.1 Jhmllj 1 I Ic' j J Extra and S uj',-ifine ri"ur, do Fancy do do dodo .4 Centre and Sofa Tables, Braces and Bitts, Spring Balances and Steel'

hooks; } 4MLap1'ap.r. Laid I..ctter.Cii1t E.!,. 1'". Rucknhrat, in i and j Krgs, \ Mixed do do dodo .u Bureaus, Callipers and Compasses, yards,

tier, Common \Ote. Elub."ed XUh, Spig I'ajVr i .y .1. \il' 1 Irish Potatoes unil Onions, I d.) Merino do dodo Washstands.Mahcjpanv Screw Plates. Hammers and Claw

Envelopes: Embrnidrit-d'! : jieed. ic. ; Cheese, Butter and Lard, do Lamb's Wool half Hose, Extension Tables. Stocks and Dies, Hatchets -
Officinal\ Medicines warranted pnre. Patent MeJi :,' 'n i\l* II'** UKA-N IJA-CAUUl.V'.tL.o* > AND ISLltiJ "*- Rai: !ii*. Cut rant ant l Citron, do heavy Brown Cotton dodo reakf.1St. Chains of all kinds, Masons' Trowels. .
I' .
eiue*. iucluding almo every article found UM-ful iu GIES of all w>rti--amoig them eome of the I I Fancy Ciackers in boxes, LMe l Thread do U Work Cutlery, Shoe Knives and Pincers,

the Smith among which somethiug new, novel\ and f.niusand: blasting tiUp(i-dir.1',.1liig: .,-tump-tourlllouut. 'I Rio and Java C*>ilee, do White Silk do R>sewtH>d Centre. Work and Fancy Tables Nails! and Iron all sizes, Anvils, &&, :.

\lieueneial the affliclud. to-h: 1'ulvermatLer'b iug patteru. xvliich wilt go t".lItmil'f an hour and ,J i Blown and Crushed Sugars, Mahogany Wardrobes, Butts and Hinges

dro-Electric Voluk Chaiu. All of which w ill%be .JidO.r fAlp, only ".ll th* h-.rbes, being specullv adapted b\ I I So.i j"i. Starch uud Caudle, I T-weeds and *. BeJsteada. Together with a large supply of Groceries. Crock

\ than at any other Dru E tabh hiueut in the strength high fim-h to the ([(.corduroy] Railway New Svrup,
euuntiy selling the) same articles.December erice.i Courting. Carnages..f
31, ] b3.BEEBE. 62 I I ft'f. and) t>ulkie (.,1't.t.-dihp.h.d.. Till""..11 I Deccn.ber_17, 16:3. 50 4t do American dodo Post Bedsteads, Sofas, Tete-a-tetes .. d.c. i fancy articles. D. C. WILSON.

---- ---- John (Oilpil:A.I lDL) .. UlJoiiontfafuhirlithat. -- -. _m__ ---klloWli1.. ._ I __ __. __ Blaek and White Washington Kerseys, Chairs of great variety. i November 5. lR53. 44
& CO. ; renowned CUJtlUI 1{I Bonds; and Liabilities of the Union do Cable Warp Kci>eys, Carved and Plain Mahogany Rockers,

FASHIONABLE HATTERS, .R-'de fourteen miles in fifteen dajs, I I tale by C. A. BanI'i. j do Georgia dodo Cane Sent and Back Rockers, ATTENTION LADIES.
And FOI Plain, Plaid and Striped Osonbur Walnut.Maple Rosewood and Oak Chairs, ask lean ter
156 BUOADWAV XLW VOUK I never looked behind him. :I 5 Stone Street, New York. I 1\ KESSRS BETTON fc WHITAKER
; Sewing Chair Misses and Children's Rockers jVJ attention the assortment of
And numerous oth*>r December 17.1853. 50 tf call your to elegant
intmjuce adapted to andsen
TJLL the speed !
'"% ,' Spring Fashion for gentle ; ire. S"ire of tin- patt'11j varieties of i -u _ __ _._ __ bents Handkerchiefs.MEN'S and Low Chairs, Goods reuitedper Wacwa," and adapted to jour
hate ,
suet Hats, on F t.L. j
Saturday, II(Ii. The Hat lAIXE-S I and Chairs. etc. tc.
I bet-u .read of." other mut lie Florida : Plain Corded! BOY'S L. C. Handk'fs Nursery Refectory sole use.
It extremely light in its appearance aud I tetter ad.ipted hit feeu t. appre- j'I State Lands ,for Sale. BERRY J ROWLES.
ciated. All the WH11S J I warranted hurt : Handk'fc Silk do -
to the and Summer than to it-A 111 do
have Spring iwretofuie it-sued. The fcas-ons increased wry demand Et 'Ittlt..y plied or will be tukct back, the money rcur.J. up-no I 11"IJE i IVn Subscriber,.c-ila will offer at Auction in the city I Men'!)Jem-titehed do do Real Bandana dodo -November 12. 1853. 45 Edgings and Inserting
f their hats has queti'>n asked, and a tecciplgiven i in stil \ on Monday, the ith:; of March. : Heavy Silk do do do Pongee dodo Goods. .
'jr induced B. following II! SWISS
manufactory' and they TIeilWlji"| ate of the same kind the pot uiahed in Rangts an I Bandana do Men's Italian Crava's .4 "
can nn\v a>suie their cu-lom-, 1 "J'oWIJ"lliJ e, to w it ; TT'ENTUCKY' Bagging, Southern Lowell Os'b'gs, Valenctne
ers that all! wders will l t.i, promptly. cxeeuted.! and the every honest hand ..fltiiqi's, TulNl.\Jp.. do Pongee do do Fancy do JV Gunny Cloth, Vauclusa Smyrna 4' Real "

hats fornarded at one da\... notice, if Jestied. E.ithhnt 4. To 1 lash the rusoni naked through the woild." :1 I u&st, 1. -', 3, 4 and 5 North I Bale Rope. Virginia Saxony 4' Smyrna FIotxn.iiionde' .

will be p-icked in M yooj li. u j b.x witliout extra!i I I I hue a' ':) initiy! Patent. Sole Leather, and other *- i.,3,4aud5 .. Sundries. Cottuti & Manilla Ropes 34 7 8
thaitre.I The f Mowing i is a list of their tabhshed) TRUNKS in whKh th- tlfcuII to find the key : 3 4 and 5 I T ADIES' and Gent's Merino Under Vests ; LadieLJ Negro Blankets, 4-4 6 4 t 12-4 Cotton and -

pri'-e*. subject to five |per cent diCuuut-tt11I cash: : hole: 6e't'rl tltic\( h.ixing hung tlt'mFrh ca in
*3t>. 639, f42. $45, t 48 aud 54 |HT dozen for Mole- sp.iironjici'ountofit. All ihee,itiedt'J, ) othei arti'-lc-r! ,, Also Lou XO!. 1, 2, 3 and 5, of Sec. If, T. 2 S, R. I Pliiid Wool Shawls ; doCashrneie do; do Embroidcred Grey Saddle Blankets, Choctaw Stripes TACONET Cambric, Swiss JDl DI

kin hats and fS'j to c0< |M-rd.izcn for RockMoun. TV ill l)told !low to meet lh I .* t'XI l'IIIe of the times, 31 %V. I Thibet do ; do Fancy Cheniell Neck Ties; d 1.' GreenVhiteCorduvillePIains, J Check M Book ," .

l*'".Wllit Silvery Ik-aver Hat, Fine SAt Cussimere and to d.".out for an en'irc! \htock. expected i. TERMS :-One fourth cash, three fourths pavable Elastics; do Elastic Wristlets and Sleeve Bands ;- 3 1-1 Union" Lowell M Striped NaiMook '' jr .

Hat*. B'.k: Diab und IVail I of tb. nio:t fabii! "u-iblu'I''I the Sub Manue "tI'tr"ljIL"ut" tLe ful of next lll>)} iu three equal, annual instalment, with interest m a'1I I I Swi-s. MulL Nainsook, and Jaconet Mnalins; Striped 10-4 Heavy bed" Linen Osnaburgs, Fig"d Col'd II Curtain "

styles at (15 to rat; per Wn. They aNo manufjc- Apply to E.: HULL .auce. Or if all lie paid in c.ih, five per cent on the and Clieeked Swiss and Jaconet Muslin; Swiss and 9 4 Wh.tnev" Wyoming ShIrtIfl *, Linen Bishop's .' .

tuie and kcp on hand a l Urge aswinment of (Jeut'b'and P. REPAIRING done notice uedit msulueut0Aill be dtductt.d.n. Jacoriet Edging and Inscrtings; Real and ImitatioiValenccaow Marlboro Stripes A PIaidsPutnam M Youths Cape, (f the moat f4'hiL.nahle 8 UWI on short : Maltese Wide Chambray Staten Bro. Drill
ktvleu\ at' and reasonable\ term Politician who 1 S. WALKER L.tee. Ecltfinp "uti Iu* rting ; Stripes Mourning Goods.
prkei from tit ao 118 per dozen fur GCIlt", WIt from I "slippedthe JC>ytrr Public Land- State Flo, iind UODium Laces; bl'k Silk Lnees; Brussels do- Comm'l PlAid Lbsey, Naumkeag **
of tdi.
and broken the of
'lOt0 for ..rd UU h per, time doz.n fur YouthL Beebe Ci,. will in time. traces party, can L fed December 17, Ib53. 50 3Ul Blond do; Wove do and Inscrtings; Cambric and Super .. Apron Checks Lt aU wool eM I..a Black Satin .
n fci again no JJ M
r cu"tum M Bombajines ,Hair ; -
Rock Oreen" ,
tu c.tIer then Swiss Bawls English, French and -American Gingham W'te Crape.. ,
: '
ft the 0
aae same day the Tallahassee, December 24, 1653. ElI '
< r"lIbi..u i ill W.Clains Fig'd Silks French -
the city1 if the urdel& are received in into;I I : Planters Hotel for Sale. *. French 4 4 Chintz; IL.yles 4 4 do; Saxon Y. Gala a --'-
to do pt). atlUoun fur thcui l'u\l6Ctiber\ Welch and EuglMi White Scarlet, Yellow and Gret'nFlanllt'I'I Plain Linsey, Ligbt" Watered do Ecelish
Deeember$1.16Z3. I Valuable Lands for Sale. THE wuhing to derote himself t. his : ; Seln au Flannebt, fur Ladies Sacks; Printed Green Baize, Furniture "Plain do fniD n.1i :

M 4t I TiE subscril-er offers for sale, the following Tat of TJl.Uuhaslt.'e", beaiint is detiroU8. the u above, sell his Hotel in tile city do; 8-4, IlI-' ", 12.4 Whitnev Blankets ; Negro 0, Brown Glasgow Stripes Buck-ye Chambray,

Lands for Sale. I \ landsIjiug, iu the of Jackson: building. i. of wucltl. (tU mme. The inuil ID of every quality ; Plaid Sad"dle do; Bleached and White. Dom. Flannel Oreen Tweeds, Handkerohlefir.
I The DurL.t J of County larger part completed not Brown 9-4. 1 0-4 and 12-4 Sheetings; 8 4, 7-8, and 4-4 \V 001" Gold Medal" Emb'd ffcTkis. ladies Hem std ''
ast the than
virtue of the blO.:6 ; o"rh' 4, more one year ago) and LADIES
of the contract between I contains Dama&kTnt.le 4 4 Ballard Vale Welsh flannels
B provisons smith-cast i aud ourth''cit of the ah.tJ.ti comfortaWe Bleached and Brown Shirtings; 8 4 and 10-4 CTbrio M Tap Bordmd H
the Apalachic-da Laud Company and James Hale,j! J. the ea t i of the noith-Tvcst J gee and ; Dort\-st. : iwmi All the out building and arrang Diaper; 8-4 and 10-4 Brown Table do; '-8, Cadet tT nd. Jeans, Red & Orange Flannels, .
the for
for the 1e of the J, i rneut cooking and .
s. : -
lalllJ:3 f "
following servants'accommodations Twilled
Excelsior Gauze
w ill. for the boUtlicafit ,
collection Table
u.c Bleached and Brown Linen ; '
: 8 4 and 1 u-4 Collars & S1ee.e8.
of Uje j I Ice:.4 ; tlt> i. 'ull.ttt 4 and the west i ii complete. A large stable and lot Clothor M"
unpaid "purchase mdlUIUJ by the con u f north a cow lot and gar with thing Milford Linen Crash,
Wtt 6ec- :**, Dama Napkins
seat of the Administrator i LU t'\n.\ip\ !| 5, 10 noith den are attached und adjacent to the every "M : I?MBRII Collars Embroidered 8h. .
sell at public outcry, to the arid west ; lying uu the east Mje rllC'f Hotel The In r- nOl'iU nPJ G. All of which will be sold remarka: Blue 12-4 Hamilton Sheeting, ,
h ghest bidder. before the Cuurt lioube in Tallahassee within .llf he Cbi p.11 River, uiture illulso Lt offered with the building and Shaded M Louisiana 4. 4 Moorniug Lace .
milc\ con CASH. Give call and we pledpe
low for us a
'oI the fir.t in oSX"S' of .riauna"d joining sists of complete assortment of b-y: HoDiton Betti of. A 00IIant.
Mun-lay J0l11 full
dexiitwd Ft.bruaiy IItJlt. the [follunb", tilLers 1 to the business of the House. everything nex-essary our lvee, (if you purchase of us,) to give you a English Family
lnuJ to-wif: The south'vstt J cf in foods of the very ]latest Arkwrigbt G'n Jeans 4-4 Calla NBright
fw .
The N W i ,,f the N W f of See SO. iu T 2, R 1, soutli-eat j, and the lulh''c6t sec 11; i the ofsec.north-ea i, the For terms and further particulars, apply ;in pernoo equivalent stvl' and your the very money best quality.( D. O. WILSON. Silks et cetera. .

S 8 a..d E; the E "f the X E i "f SrC 25,iu T 2, R 1.p 1 west i uf !t"C 15 ; the iwrth-east 4- and 1ft-: the uor I or by letter to A. L. Fisher, at the Hotel. or t u the THOMAS H. CRICHLOW 4 BROTHERS. NOT. 5,1853. 44DagntrreaB / t LACE Silks. Whits Satia*. ..

Invrt and ,W. all roll illin:: oue hundred MII J sixty acres 18c 24. lu tow :bip 6, range 11, north and Teltlv-r subscriber Tallahassee at his DecemberlO plantation. A. A. FISHER. Jfovember 26. 1853. 47 Rooms. VjMareeUineSilkm, Baek. .. -

ttMc&t.T.rIn* known on day .f sale. above : $S CLipla 1 few iel I Fresh Rice. Penaacola V Geo. R. B.'Company.T.ALLADAMD ., THE subscriber respectfully aqnpunees that he hari Blk Fig'd ."', "
JOHN BEARD, I Marinnna by the tenth of January *. 1st December, 1853.mHE located himself in Tallahassee) BTk Wat'd 'Wjt4b1Uii.< :

D.eeeabir Ajft Apalnclicola Land CaSS nex and shall be pleaded to meet with a 30 BBLS new crop Carolina Prime Rice, for sale stock of this com can Le at all times found in the rooms formerly oceu Brocade. lint -.,' ; .
putt'hn.er divided the "
11, 18 2. : tic eL o all of the above described tracts of land to arrive per Schooner Urania from Charles Directors bare hundred dollars each,. picd by Mr.J. R.L1oyd.over"Barnard's Drug Store, White Wafd ... .
t titles indisputable, terms hberal. information'desired ; ton. MeN AUGHT 4 OttMOM X pany into shares of one where every attention wiU be paid to insure a good

l County Sheriff' Male. : may !be obtained by application Any Judge Newport December 3, 1853. 48 and called for JM instalment before the of one first dollar day of on January each- Likeness to all who may patronize the establishment ; .Ribbon& Tr1.it i..
e t sfcare. to be paid on or He baa a splendid stock of every kind and variety of
B Clerk's J Offic7o"iu 6 ,4 faciag "lued from the j I r Loug, near. Marimina, Jakil C.unty, F.rid. Seed Oats Bacon Flour n jtr" For greater convenience to stockholder,. Cases. Gold Lockets, Breast Pins, Rings, to, and I B OXRET A Sub BIb'. .lIMIt elk YiiIii.

of Hamilton. Wberein&SWg-t.-f the| County I &c. payment will be received, in trusts that the liberal patronage heretofore extended Taffeta Satin **, Zeu1tyrWb.aed, -

Isaac Shivers i. defeinlaut It. ? j f P1"01'dl and Georgetown, D. C.Dee. 12. ((24) 1853. 4t 61. JUST RECEIVFD from New Orleans per tchr. Marianas$, .by to those Rooms will be oontiiiutd. Call and examine Velvet Cap 4 BaU *" "'. .. ..

w expoae fur &ale on tU nJJ 1.ied. Upon and Lime. it. Pe-ttee- Quincy, Arthur J. Foreman Esq spee.mens 00 band. AMES BAILEY.December Silk Braid. assorted' ..WbsWhit. .Oar.. -.

Dolt. teweou legal hour, ber.MoJOda. 1 10 February 300 bushels of Seed Oats, MooUcello William Denham. Esq, 10, 1863. 40 9m 8iJk'. .,. on 4,T.
door in the town Jasper or..nt Court Houle I 0 0 CASES, fur sale, to arrive per Empre.McNAUGIIT 25 casks of Bac. n, Madison Charles Russell Esq,. .
property to-wjf the bUowing described A t ORilOND. 20 barrels of Mess Pork. DR. MAXWELL it .G&tts1 :.' f'

The 8 W l aDd the WroftheSE Newport December 3, 1853. 48 100 do family and superior Elour, Taffiiis M H wy L. Rutgers Esq, I I located permanently in Tallahassee. Beel --.b1.L b. .. F. .
Jll1. 4 Bee U, T 5 do Lard, wbom will be issue the proper HAS 'L-" .. -. ... ',,.
I I and E euotaithng 240 2' each of peparedto ooe door north of Dr. English's.attend u..m :. ; 4 > .: -
Le'ied up-JU u the acrl1l. more or 1. Bacon & Butter. 50 do Iriab PoUtoe*. eertincates, to stoebbo.ers. The payment .of thi to all call promptly. .. "'.. i T.+ : '{.'
pniperty (fs1d 25 do Whisker become ito* ,
to ddtndmt to a .
bs and will entitle : -
told tu l& CASKS instalment any person November 19. 18U. 48 tm .' .:
afll&Jd wnt ot Sides. .
fieri &cia& 3 4 tierces S. .
0. .
to 1a aecording *, bolder 1JOflt previous subscription.Bj I t ; .i4' :
Dvenbsr:1.IpGz.: MIlES N. HE. DRY, SLeri1r. 3 Keg Gosben Butter, for ute to arrive pr Empire 1 cask plain M order of lix. Board. WM BAlLi A LARGE LOT of TOBACCO. SEOARS StI .- '

t: : Zt* McNAUQHT t ORMOND, DERBY ROWLES. PreeidcuLtewnbtr I 4"1. and SoUee. st HODOKIS2 A SCOT II i I .4 ._ Wtt,. .p.Oob.rlS3. -.

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ii1fjiimt 'DdiWPLASTEK AZOR'S' TURKISH' BALM.- THE GREAT KENTUCK New Fall. )and Winter Goods.I I I riTTHARCllTsTS"BIEB1HE T L'waii.j.w '

rrVHE tredvflbeumatimOout. Pain in {, E wtHilij ns in call the attention of our eu.tomI' UTHGUCOWIS J L11F41!?
i: -L_ the Side. Hi, Bock. Limb nod Joints Scrofula, en and friends to our well se1etcd I stuck of .

King's Evil' Swelling, Hard Tumors RESPECTFUL- HEAL ALL
Stiff I
Joints, and fse whatever. Where tliis FALL AND WINTER (;OODS, 7 LY OFFERED to
i4 pos I ;u the eitizeus
Plu app pajo exst which we are now rorciving from New York and Baltimore \.J'I'" Cello A SURE CURE FOR CONSUMPTIOH.
:. I IGltOClUn \ an 1 the! Sti r na
,, -g I. e eal iu C kn enc-h us I cousUting in part of the following, viz a of -
I # Pklnaod Weakness Weak Limbs, O preparation earnest 'HE use of this astounding Liniment
j : Lameness t ltacb t8. P'tII Georgia Plains 1k importance to families has be**
of t* tended with
.. stages. .Mti infUtuatinn i primary 1* 20! ..xes No. I Soap. }20 pcs Washington Ker- and de. tiued to unparalleled success in all -
of Man Horse.
: I d by peplrtlu. I 2 Boxes Wtohins Com)4)e.fl) I rw t-i become identified! with or
:: F r ".-It
Sj ) --- jM.luj, s'24 }pieces BroW PIlIM. the health and happi speedily cures Rheumatism, .-
.0 "
.J.dj I Plain and Plaid : Scrofula Bums, Scalds, Tetters and
THE of alt neuofPM4LES.
'r The- GREAT TURKISH BUM Tobacco, 24T .0' '' "
following : i from .Agent re Linsey, Weus, Swellings, Risings Sprains. Cuts, --my.
qualities. '
$ K&tTrenton.Tenn.sei : REMEDY FOR BALDNESS Ukers. Scaldbead, Sore Thrust 1

;: : : f't Tfl Gibson Co, Tenmesee. Nor. 7, '48. And for Invigorating aad Beautifying the Hair IUlp Bl'k rtl\l Tens. Young, Hysou i-Ap J 10 "Bales)nau.IburnitureChka:Corn Osuabuigx,, 'r This CATHOLICON cury SOT Mouth Neuralgia. Piles Salintiolt", Groune] Itck.

.49 1.SnL.d}1 He.. do :will cure 95 j>er cent Ear ache or deafness by tilling the Ear *& .
ADetemc-Tht Toilet Article for and L-mon ;, Strip'J it
a beautifying keepingthe I Syrup -- I: (If all chronic diseases .
AS it
with wool
4 1 ilg titIL- Jivactr1 ttnd i.Dr'u and Blcach'dole stopping or eotton ; Croup by
S There is a lady in tl i' plAr the would not hair soft glossy, and in a heilthy coniiitioa it isunequalled. I I R io. LiutuiraA / incidental ta the re- the breast with the liniment and administers '
tw says Its piitire qualities arc as f..llowI-: J P OUinl, Apple and) Shirting, female .-
without rpeetable
1 .Plaster for fire liun.lrcd dolhrs) a year. 1st It frees the head from dindruff strengthens theroots Am. Brandy, ,46, B t 8 a"d! 104 Brown mar- ipooiiful internally with a little sugar,-itfe ".
I She afO or unmarried andknown .
L WM some time an enlargement, I RectifiedlI.uel Bl uC'h'cl he lame way fur coughs, colds. Asthma. _
wit Sheeting
MmioiitfeuaLi ,
health and circulation
to tho
imparts vigor ana FEMALE
ef the spleen which gave her a great deal of Bale Br'll Drill' ""lmllv muter Ihe name of COM Phthisic.i Bronchitis, Consumption, and! P.,
j Whikt'Y. pot n ,
hair color ,S1 |
the .
Jin.- prevents changing or petting .
swelling and pain had extended gray.2d < c are Falling a sure cure of
b up nearly : I It the hiir tn curl \\hen Jam. and N. E. Rum >Liuen Sheeting and Pillow consumption UM a small table.
beautifully done
cau es of the womb t White CHRONIC INFLAMTIOX
I I.\llt.A
and nccntkmally cmild ; LBtS, or ; 4 or 6 times
.74 a-pit was confined fLt scarcely "breathe. up in it over night. Tl.is b din is nmde from the orig I Knee awl Holland Gin \ CIe; Linen, AND ULCER\TIOS or Tin WOMB ; ISCIDE.X with it a day a 'cl.kt"t'p the breast well -m _
.. the for 1 tmf during'hich m m.s. inal receipt procure I Flooding -
was by or ; merit Las time
; atteude some of our but I rraukhu Stnpi*, to pnxluce its effects. This
Jlbliill ConstJintiiU'plo' \\hereitie 8p..rlO and Adamantine' laltE.l"U' linn
p they ( (phYDidon) unieisal, ED AND ME:9TRrATioH. tc, with all their IJlt -
4 at' : D She procured 1 oflhl lie used. The links have always been celebrated! :V Candle v-0 P'CH Bed and Mattrass tamp ete y !triumphed over all Liniment
1 f i accompanying etiln. Cancer ) no matter Lows II
( excepted
*r, it relieved her almost I killers and Extractors
immediately, their wonderful skill in compounding the richest I Rice, Vinegar, Cheese and Ticking, "ere ,>r of how Ion stnndin extant ; and i& a pre-
ad she supply of it baud constantly permes White, Red, Yellow and ;: tion! used by the Doctors iu their !
keep \ o fu and all other toilet atticlev III Turkey the ait- Butter, MANY PROMINENT PHYSICIANS in the practice. A

; v 'e tt)' a liberty to U as you tiukpp ,n'aicirrbs, are tree.Respectfully and
ubstoutially value.
1 and Br'u Cotton
Ac. almost universally known nnd! used for the hair.: TT i*put np In fall quart bottle,and contain the itrenjth | fled Sugar. \BIench'd without a remedy in inveterate .'.'e of the above Fur
Tours llenct X of six TIMS* ax much Honduras 9anap!rllla Many J Powder in J t\ Klannrf, the J/ow.-h instantly cures C rkt.
a cute of buIJne i 01 thin II/'aolof hair is entirely pure Keg, Kegs < complaint, and having due regard for the welfare of Scratchy

i ) JESSE J. WELL unknown in that cvuntiy. We :hl ut vnttiial or Similar*ix bottle preparation for five in dollars.It America.. Price one dollar per beUle, I | Ke: ;500 Negro Blanket*, their patients have recommended the use of this inedicin Chafes, Cuts,Wounds Splints, Spnvin. Stifle,Swinney

1 ta It mod' it hut will do ha been w.ll..t that j 2 doz. CaliistC': Powder, a Calicoes, S.itiuctts and Ky Sprains, Film of the eye, Whulbmie of jok t,
Beware of counterfeits base of ; tunic t>i conxincovou a bl1bed fact, for yean pact < ; and after witw'fing it1 salutary effects, are any Sf,
ant imitations. of its virtues than ail tie advcrti-einei'ti that CIIII Banaparilla when pure and properly prepared, "U the ?up.'ri.r article. Jeans.Caii.lv. no.v iiianifohting their not Distemper, Stillness or Spaarn, Lockjaw. B'i i ig Sho.!
Dealers and appiobntioii. only by resorting
purchasers generally are I only trae panacea for all di.ea e* originating fm* ** 't> Tweed Cas- der. Big Head, Foot Evil, Naval Galls Soake
Mustard Fancy
: against buying of any but our regular cautioner be published and thnt all may be able t" tebtitsir fan pure state of the blood, the use of mercury,iatoixtl Crackers, .- f pcs to it in their treatment, of all the dieisesfur which or the sting of bite,
% wise they will agents; r tues it i is put up iu Larg HutiLr lit tlHI I low firioe e>f drinkJ, eril habit ia youth. barrenneM, etc.V* boldly nnd Onioiw, sinursYra it is intended, but in wnne instances accepting the a- any thing.IIIECTIONS.I'
b 1"lple.t 1 upon with a worthless' arti SO ceuts bottle. Remember the mine hus the n.ert. that JOHN DC L'S FLUID KXTKarTOF SAK9A. .t Powder", Matches{ L.4' Cotton H Itf it t tn f.ioiliate its
introduction into
le. per ge
1 an many of this Pluur are iuxitt PARILLA is the only preparation before the pnbUc that < ;;etioy more gen part affected with the liniment from 2 to ft timei
: 1 Coiustock & liiotlicr the nnd Pi-klos. *.
:'' M. feignutuie ( ou 61'1t'lItliJwrnper. I ill prepared on strictly scientific principle and orui.Itof"I t"rLIIIv: the faculty.: day keeping woolen
a it. In
| ] .tnn tb. The Sartaparilla la purchaiel I 111 I> M[ !siiu-ii.| ior Sej ars. Cellt/.u'.CI.t, n i IIo!' The influence of this) composition the female cover over ulcers lid]
REMEMBER to price ADd every pound before being ..J, i* mibject *9 i-f nil upon burnt, use a lint cover. For Salivation rub tke
4 .: FOR TIlE ARRILn.-"BP TE rnviTFtt AI) the ALSO, a "IH..I! a'-"lt. tjiniiti.\ : eon-titiiti.'ii !i. of the mo-t kind the most prtj
strieteit chemical UuU,and it*g.aul.i.n..ucertaIDsdb.tbre fiiVndly ; affected. For and of
piles sore
The genuine is sold only by us, and! our Ivertisecl I )Iii LTlI'L'I"-1s a command that bhonld be ch
: .gents thr<'u h'>ut the S. IUL No Pedlar i.U't'd by the children (>f men. DR.) LARZE'iTESJUN'O .u11's Saruparilla aLto cent alas tb. virtue of tereraltb A 1.,(). an :iSM.rttu -i.t t i-f ( ".riiIrvl.ilt.; I II 'MSaddlery. -, f.T any h'"Kth..r time. for it contain n<> mercury, lIor give cover, snake oil*
r valuable mediral root, together forming t.hi kit L-i.lu-H. Sh.iwls; GIo\es d freely internally.
COIWIAL or' Pruoreawe Elixir, pteocribed.is : [ e"n>.i tiji
to tell it. The genuine will iu future hare the signature eompound, and producing tbe :any article nhich can prove in any way injurious being Fur Ih'e Hursf.-Rub well 2 cr 6 times a day.
; ftToc-tuiil restorative in of BiMl..S.id.lh9M I l.tinJ.nllf't (fee.
of EL Tavl Ir. on the ateel plate engraved lubel an Cases J..Lilit.iupo Greatest Curative Agent In the known WorlilXliii ts.flrii. 151'k, and Ct.l'd Flax made entirely' of vegetable extracts, and prepared affected part. without cover, except in spavin
I i or biriennowi. and all regularities of nature g.iles.! SI iii anti flit eotse/
on the of each lx tt-ncy. ups to taste like cordial.
top >x; to counterfeit which will be w'all Uir medkin. when ned aecordiag to dir aie.% 1'1..1.//. *o as .1 pleasant: wounds. For Distemper, rub the forehead aodtMeet
It that it pi-ofi-Mes to : : Xatnie's
prosecuted as forgci r. (jieatrestorative DROODS. M.'i The Mom[ OrEutM nf this remedy, in the cure into the nostril.Manufactured.
and for tho'-e in the married Wttt CW1, WTTBOCT TAtterofala Sr< KMhting and \Vork.t .
remedy slate( :
f this ,
dill.lt14e'l. i is the
? SCOVIL k ME."n. without It in a ceitain for seniin.il $ cr King's Evil, Cancers Tumor, Brsptlosf t;t) pii-ffj (Jporjjia Kcrsey", lug C o&pring.
j 111 Chnrtres street. New Orleans. Sole General [ cure C- the Bkin, Zrynipela' Chronic Sore. Eye*, Riof my of tli- nytni, with a peculiar determination t(, Price 50 cents.
Agents for the Southern States, to whom all order missiou gilieral debilityglectweakuea! of the) genital I worm or Tetter. Scald Head Kheumatuun Tiij; ,'tl.fr): with a \aii; i..I ly I.f ..tl'H aititle t all "f wliMi lie. f.,nll., .'r :alo.JHH'J'IOS.U.. DILL d MARSHALL. Fort Games.Funntnill-4.Geo

la.. i ii and applications far ngencirs must be addrrFcd. "rgau nenoua affectioiib, Ic-ucoirhoea or whites. A*, fain and in Vlfter the Bonn Swelling and of Joint the,Gland old Cores, 1 W(' will M-ll ou as 11. 'tua"'c tet'in n'/ IIII.II.H ( PROOF this Cath.-licou) being for the States of Georgia, Alabama and Florida, Dep

'I an iuvior.tiuginedicitte it i is unpqiulled. A tat, R certain $ II ,UNin the cih'. IlKIR i Rl'bT. w..rthv of, the eoiirideiire, of the nffii t.I.l" SUC-- L
phili Salt
ith1. A TIlING OF BEAUTY A JOY FOREVER. Dypepia. % ltbenm. a R A RNA 111), Tallahassee; JOHN JORDAN Orier
remedy for iurijiieiit coii-unipt i.in. iu>tioii'. I iwae> of tho Kidney, l !.; Why will people endure pinij>!t*# nu the "human loss of mu!cnlur energy. |ih\Mcal, l lassitude, femaleweakuvSk of Appetite, DiMaae ax lain --- --- -- be found iii the with Bainbridgs; ABELLi

face dl ino."or eruptions of JUlY Liud, when it is n I II tlrbihty, Ac.: It i\vnrnuitetl to pit-use the r from the DM of Hats & Caps. the pamphlet. itiiportanttiLsertatmons (GRIFFIN, Apalaehicola.TESTIMONIALS.. .
ilercury, pain ia touching nature and "f the ; fACt so well known that Dr. Yellow Dock ubtr in of the above and is symptom i .
Guysott's of
any complaints, pric the Side ahdboulders.
FJ V\7E ''. to which the attention of Ladies and Practitioner .
and! Sareparilla cleanses the skin fmm all impmitr, le value.t"i thoe without orTsjuing.CAITIOX ( %| V IV are jn-t receiving a large stock 4 i i. respectfully invited. Union Parish La, Oct. 20,183<\.
front New York uhiili he
.. removing Pimple. Sore, and Blotches. leain< the EITBA.-Find the uume of Con stfx-k L General Debility willIl DEAR SIR.- I nm greatly opposed to giving ttttj.iimniaN .
l lo\\. Till 1-! IN"RiiIITSr; : ) certified br high di-
; a* '
Drcpy, HKIIt & Itis'r.17kt.Ji m
# affected parts as healthy emooth aixl soft as the flesh Brother i n the t"n'!!,rand iiretr buy it unleyou Tainbigo JaiiD'liceContjTtne cal allt"urit! in cures said to be performed by patent mrd
of a babo. It u really priceless to all that wish the find the al>o>'e name; as it has breu fjct'iisictlicountrfeittd Sore Throat -('r-15. ]1S53. 41 .md ( eepaniphlft.) are icines ; but in the case of Mr. Boman, who BIJIJ

-. A rosr beauty of childhood ( of late. Avoid the counterfeit us you wuutI! Dronchitia, Cough, Coldf, Manufactured- animal are not -on'.ttcd with any article unfriendly tithe > your Nerve and Bone Liniment (>n a long standing nt- ,
Weakneu Tobacco. .
the Chest CeiitifluiV.lpeitIF.1'r..f.'
l It causes all lures and "i.noul wounds to Ji i"( pHill.)n. AflvctioM, and all other Iii.ea.s- I o>erous sore leg I am compelled' in common bonestv,
$.t_ charge all iuft-cted matter, and eradicates eTerv. inipunii GEORGES HONDURAS SARSAPARILLA tending to produce Conimnption. tAll, ]JeST I IMCEIVIN! i ( ; f.-.m. 200( to 300)(* ir-xrs (,four Dunbar. M. D, Baltimore Md,l.:; to make attestation to the merits oftnchan inraliitble

t f, \ from thd system. EXTRACT, For the 'ure i-f tho e ihsea-es ari-ing Complaint, Female Irregularirie. and Complaint I } \" r. il.b M inolSttureil r.'bacc.i, ihiMtfrutii .1. C. Orrif-k. M. I), Udtimore. Md! ; P. B. Peckham. M.: medicine.! I am the more anxious to do tliu, fit )
ltdos it work *, tiCk and .rvoaa Headnehe, Ix>w Spirit* I. I the MiinufactuitT Iii 1i will 1 II .111.1/)1 I D.. Gli"a.. N. Y4 I IK Y. F.n.tc, M. D, S'r\CUlp. N. Y.:.
miMly. but .! from state ">f the blood wh) \ ici\ a of and
fteetuaMy, vin an impute as S"-rofua! personvas patient o""n. |
; .. 0 p ?! jht gweatoi, Kxpnsure or Imprudence in Uf. Chrs M. II. Mills, M. I)., R-ch.ster. N. Y. L I). Fleming, my previously >
onscio'is beauty and blooming health, in the place of (tubboru ul'el'l. skin diseases pimple on the tier, ni. C'onitituUonal DweawM ; and in a Spring aod j juaiitity, and on tune f-.r G'oinl Notejwable 1-t .:T M. I D. ; : u illK your justly named **heal aU lD his leg.he hued jcl

: ugliness and soul sickening disease. female irrigi.luiities aud complaint! *. Ac. .1* a ynfral Juranier Prink and General Tonic for lbs Apnllll'xt.| Samples! -nt wherever ilcireil.Ntwi ,I. Callmul.liua. N. Y. W. W. Reese. M. !)? City all remedies usually adopted in si.ch es'. U
j0. Ejltem and a Gentle aud Pleasant Parga- ,"irt. Nf.v.5.. I IS53. 41 DAN T.HD.WA'fCHES. ) ). of NCi.rk ; W. Pie>cott. M. D. Concord N. II.
tunic and inti"orator! of the. ty'tem it i UtII tjll(/'c. 11!., fr superior to Blue Lick crC Panifihlcts Can )be had gratis at the drug Stores of a t'me after using your linimeat. he was prrfett-
IN CALLING ATTENTION TO DR. GUYSOTTS This medicine in not (/Treja5 a cute for all diseases .ngreM Water, .Salt, or CLOCKS iy and permanently cured. His' leg is now as sotnd
% improved Extract of Yellow Dock and Saisaparilla.we but merely for thoj-e( aii!ii,< A'(,m impure blond.It EeiJIiti Powder o .4,. _. following gei't.JthIN4ON'* & EPPES. Montirello as ever it was. In. &r. B. B. WESI. >.

,, feel confident that we are d-iing service to all I i is comjxteed of I'l'RK UONDI R\s MRSAPACIU.A combined TO THE PUBLIC.
who ron' q q q q q q q SAMUEL l' I.ESTOS': do.I .
be nfflictcd with Scrofulous and other di.. with other puiely vegetable etilstatico of M- q
ua.t. UK: now an,1Ia011, ). H. A ns.: Tllblln.'p. Farmervflle, Union Parish. IJL, March 1 6, 1851.
orders originatin<; in heriditury taint or from impurity kuowledged efficacy, and is manufactured, wilh: thepreatret BEAD BEAD READ I A r.ceirilig "*
1 cf the bl(. We Imve : \ hand their Kali! "upply 1.1 f ABEL: tt t: (JRIFFIN.I Ap.ilarhiwla. T. the Editors of the Sew Orleans Delta:
known [
-tL4 iutanees within the c nt, evciy pound of the Saisapau'lla beigsubjected : The truly! wonderful and remarkable tarn thtt bayeeome ., Gentlemen; We
.1. RMtRrniM wish
? GOODS. to which noiifil ct Co.. Pr )prictor3 Central Depot, SOJBroadway through your valuable jo.
.. .1. sphere of our acquaiutaiu-e here the mOlt t fonnidable! to the strictest chemical tests, anti its genuineness nndtr oar immediate observation bar more than they re-
distempers have been cured bv the of ascertained befnio convince us that Doctor Jill II is a oar MAS, and that -|-l'c.'C..tf/I rail the attention of the) [p.I.tic-, New-York. nal. to express to the public voluntarily, our sense*f
t : Extract ,f Yellow D m't Guysott's bring m-ed ; and it ( '>ck and SamapAiilla alone. ten times as much Pure Hoiiduras Sar .ij>aiilla asauy combination of vegetable extract that tbe Kienee of ,. 4. I.T.HENDERSON'S: ".\' and
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It is one of the few advertised medicines that cannot other tier ojjrr-dfor ml*. chemistry ha yet proda ed. Ill suecs.* to the Doctor la II 1). John!on,
b. his new enterpri e, we.jmtriUi_ CourierWe u Joi>h. .J..II1.SIJ Insolvent Estate Notice. Linl/ItIIlllt al all, and J'ulmonic Oil.
& stijmatmod with o-iackery, for the Yellow We have endeavored, in Ge Honduras Saraparilla any I
11 e agree with our neighbor of the Courier, that Doctor (;Ji'Mt''mpnV Dial n"I.1 I. STATE Although we are not advocates cf the W efpt-
Op-n \ .
rJ DiHik and the rLi'litsnlil FLORIDA. )
fv. well to the
Sareap9.l1l1a" are known to beth give to p'jlJiV n Meihr! ine which ran be Dull i> a great man. and hin Saixaparilla a sauna tent medicines which flood the .
: most efficions (anllI.t the same time inoxious) a> : depended upon to do 1 lur thorn (in the ('laiiIfdieaC s MKDICI ; .n.lw. are fully convinced that the Doctor with !. IIiintiiiLfLevirs. l Annilil.. DavI.. C... .,.rf..rl't.u( C. only, tn.wit ; f fDANIEL think quack but act of sheer now to the iuvmtor country,tsAf *
'I .' Reuts io the whole Matf ri.i: M.lica, and' by far the : 1., which it is adapted) all that. Mediune, win lo ; and I Ms Sariapari Kant la, will create a far more enthusiastic xelte-- I Cooper .L C,., T. LINGO; Sheriff nnd ex.f fficio admir.i-) an to and
Kent than Barnum to tIle
is did ".irbJeDnyl.1ndWwoald AV-itdu' of all ( u e public cheerfully vuluntsrily.
$ ., t best and purest preparation ')them is Dr. Gursott'e. confident that we have done so, we leave it to thegond I not have our reader to understand u* a* cla ing the SilxrrTSiher di'-crijituiii*, of the es-Ute if John N. Partridge, late ofaiiI from (.ur own personal knowledge of the above mtdHiue.

., allow Dock aud Saisaparilla. common nxhc vf the ftctiplc to decide nftwtf::v Doctor and his Sartaparilla with Barnum and Jenny Und : I'-'H'r.. Coimtv, dccea-ed. ha' this clay filed in the Pro- and which have been attestetl
4.. 4 4' because all who Rpend their dollar fi/r bottle of Bull's Iliiiitini, 'I.r". and : [ by ncmerpusveritable -
: Lepine
SCOVIL it MEAD the common ;
5. u n tjftratt of ri'RL HONHL-RAS '. and hate flut-e of eaid I written u4ti..u that In
SARSVI 'RILLA c.-iiiify a i
f araararilla will iu witnesses. to that, used it is
get equivalent ; and we have beard it Watch, and )IlIllc Mantle ChoCks.JEWI.I.U" say hitemallv, one
,4 S r 111 ChnrtrvR) stiect. New Orleans, the many uortlits .J.rlrtl11If ann ih'iltu common lilly hinted, that many after bearing the divine Jenny, ''ic-lievr* the Fj-tute of g.iid John N. Partridge! deceased of the best Dltdielllt'S for discuses .,r the lungs sae!

I 4 TVhole al General Aiit* for the) Southern State,. S.trsair lit now ".1.1. Then' lx not Weiv*-d. itt,. and finding their porkef niinin from ten to twenty to b<- in"f,I Ient ; fn-m olcrvalion.. know it i the best
remedy tx-
? 4 .. to whom all ciders nui-t be addressed. Al"o bold bv t e urt to GEORGE'S() HONDURAS l dollar. thought it WM paying pretty dmr for the WIUTLB. ,.,til'C' i io all long
SARSAPARILLA One objection we hare to Bull' &irwii anUa, and OKLTOH Fino- ((1..1.I rii.itnl.nn i (Cluins, Urnr-!, t, fine Or.il.IVurl. ., Tliretij piven to perrons having taut used externally for man or beast iu the cue of
D. H. Ames Nash A Co.. E. Barnard Jr. Talla,. and you will be rewaided, bv a quick nail fon"cure.. it i ii M exceedingly pleasant to the tatte and l / ami (;JoiM IHI-OUH; PinJtr: liii. 1'iitf Tin-. iIiiin ai.iiii-t siid e-tate to appear and file the, same those diseases for which it is advertied.

p hassee, A. 1L Wilm, Newport, Sanuifl l'u..tuii I, TOTHi I-: LADIES I ,-You who with a Lta-itiful; Invigorating to the .,'tm, that, once in the habit of CiiiT: Hutt'in. '1 Fin 't-r Hn. -'*; (Sintlriiifirs (:Si.MI'i I u ifi the Jiiil<;e of Probate} f..r '..iid county. on i>r be- Dic,. D.Maye te timoliall\'i11 further convince

S4-.,;?,. i1: Wouticcllo.Ro John P. Juid.in tt C,.. Quincy. William lear tLin, free (coin all limpll'l'l] biotchcs. anti iml'u I. I tiring Langborne'f it, it ii best equal or drinking to rmokint Walker'; fine mint regalia julrpe, chewing- TOO I h. Vf-t. and I (Jiiiril I ChainSr.iN.. Hiirkli( and' L f re the 14th lilY. of Ftbruarv ri..rt. any one of its superioritv in the cure of Consumption

'. ;"r Cliattatiouchie. lialt/ell A Dic-lufn": !lar JI"lu. ities, we say, abandon theu"e of paintnnd mixture*, ..'' C.UT rT.lAN'J1"lJrmfINfJt.. KVi;.1.// },l.Ci.ld: I iVn ami I 1..lIrill'a-l... LIOs.J.CIIASE.JUl..P T.' L hAND Sheriff, C. T. BARTON. Clerk,

? nA W. S. Bell t Co, Boiubiidjje, Ga, E. Scixas,Thoiuasville. .ml. ue the genuine George's llmidiiriM, Sarsnpaiill: :i. of The aboTe alimentary notice from the editor Of T..tl'I.k.) -. (UnM: I IVnCJi;.1.1 l alil'i Silr |Nctaclf5J -. f 1'rubatf.Mav 1 It ELLIS. Recorder: S. C. DAVIS. Afseswr.N .
Ga. the Loukvilla Courier and Democrat, endoned
I. *,, ?A Nov.. 9 1868. It I beautifies the complexion by remo%'ing every pal Ceo D. Prrntice K q., the dintinfrukbed were editor of UM by i ."II.E'yc-'I Mhi-r |1"'l't\t'I. Silver and Pearl M.IR.-n.;: 19 Om M!. BRYAN. W.CULVERHOtrSE.-:

45 4 meow tide of mOl LiJ (>r diseased matter from the 'Illl"d I Ixmiiville Journal, in the following flattering notice. ( .irj Cfs Silver: nnd I !1t1.li.I''rt I MIUI.IU-I, I!!:Kjn.'f Notice. J. W.HUTILNANCE, H. P.HUTHNANCE. \!

Madison Female making it j>uir, lenlthy and rigmoii and! changing: There I. no doubt in the world of the greataeM ofDoctor I llol.Iff-. l'aii.". l'.i/|.ier Xt'ai-hf Ie-k-, I'ort Folio* and St Enginter.H. .

Seminary. he yellow and dark countenance to the bloom and(I of the moat Bull,clentiflc and the excellence phyirian of in hli the city Sanapanlla.hav applauded Bom .\ii'..utn. ri.\..r V.-..*, Tr.i Trays. (;ir; inl-' .Ie< Par C1X months. after date, the under"limed! administrator R. TIn AN'. IX PA YNEl

: 4ixfl! : TJ Jtion HE uudersigned will take charge of thi< Institu-, iedmeMi 11 of youth. the aparilla ; and what ill a great deal better, the l I..r ;aId 1'l.'al: ,. Lamp (;Jli/lnM) and) Chimney! ; Fea k. of the K:f.ite of Ah-xinder Htndry, deceaed.latcVf February 19, 1353. 7 ly i.

next year, and the Session willnmmence This medicine is put upin large bnttlt'',nne "f which, million applaud it, ton. It. U having a tmnendoat Bale. tin,r ('lit-tori. Tal,l lMjt[ <. I'ooket Coinj.a-i.s: Siir-. Gitdsdtn Coimtv. Florida will present hN final

(n the SECOND MONDAY IN. JANUARY. Z> VIRTUE: is tl//olld! nix of nny other! ever ma'/". The bant celebrated a granite Jayne palace ha in Philadelphia from the proflti, MTen of his t'rfea clMt high, .c'y..r"' C/rail/s, i nc Fu-ld! Ci'nip.usHouse, Tea, andHJnd I account nnd vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate of DR. I. T. :HEWDERSON, t.
4, Principal ti ill ute ev. ry exertion to procure CAl"Tlos.-FmJ the name of Co mst.M.k d lirothersm and I>'. Bull if be eboown, can very noon buUd"ooe twiG. J B.I'o1l.'I'.. said County- and! ask to be di-ch.inred. the successful scientific practitioner

; fIle services of competent find faithful Teachers fur the wrapper, and vou will get the genuing George'slonduras M high an that It it, we are told, very difficult tor blotto : AND PJ.TIIIV4iin.. G EOIK 5 E A. IIENURY.September NOW wes-tern most for the cure of kinJ 'or
walk through our ftrwti at all an, be flndj hlowetfrreited country any
department ;
tvrry ueces-ary for a thorough and l S.ir 10, 1S33. 3 A 6111
h female education. proper ; "aparilla. at every step, by Bwfullll.D and women.many Silver Table, D.--ert, and Tc'J.ip..n", BittrrKnnP --- -- character of Chronic diseases, to wit: Cancer. ?cn f--
All '-rdo-is mus-t l IJC directed to COMSTOCK tBROTHERS of whom have traveled from distance to look
cI'.1 r < great apes Ulceration and Culataneou -
1.11 Scrrians Polvpus.
The -* and Siher CiijiPlated Teat Bi-kpt Notice. :" Fungus.
; general depnitmcnt entrusted their benefactor, and to bites him for their wonderful
tbtbI No. 2 i St. Peter's Place ( of Afit the
rear T
liis I they shall be 1 Iou!' ',) New York. Puce ?1 bottl -ix ho prt'tt'nt my account -
: kept from all places of per or t. ordinary merit. \IA very modest and retiring; yet, we trust and [.11.11.i..J. ,-. Silver Plated Fork*, Table, Desert with all manner of Chronic Diseases or General Debility
U aidowher the lI"lIlIr.Ll of
amuhcmcnt calculate] to corrupt t.lesforfS.Sold ,that the ):astairn citio will. in jutire to tliemelvei, giTe eifltling > : to Judge l and Constitutional Derangement also an On
I their morale or draw their attention from book. only in Talhihawe: by EDWARD BAR. reception to till dutinguiiiliod tuan who baa mad and Tea SIP| Hni. Probate of Jeffer-on County. a.* executor ">f tlle"'Ja"twill ;
+ We call the citizens U* gloriou a campaign agaiiut bunuui dkeaec M OeskBeou Fin. l DtMible I Barrelhil Gun. Shot Ponrho and' lIst. Aur:t.IL" well a" a practitioner on secret upon Middle Florida e nccially i. NARD), JohiiAon; .t t Eppos, Montiolio, E. Seixn :and testament of George W. John-on. late niJefertoti the \
I ( made against the )Mexican Powih-r H.t-k Eiigli.ii: Gun( ; Wad. men. and those peculiar to woman; Also only
:r'.k to lend us a helping hand alld'e pledge them, Thomas\ille, D. J. Dickentoii, ]Hainbiidge, audaby one Cap Cleaning f C"unty, dt''tollst'l, and I a-k for a dinii ion and all the minor
successful of Consumption
p 1t0414.! fine Table Cutlery with without) curer
s 1ith.; to spare neither trouble I or Fork, ( 1.1"-
attention SKANNAL
: nor exM'n| !e to lI :nan in every tow n. rom my executor-hip.' Diseases. CanI1I' be consulted by letter riu
I build up a cc'tovof such a character as will be credi October 15. If1i:. 41 cowly NOTICE TO FEMALES. ver. fin: jvK'ket Cutl..ry of all il"".cripti"n fine by bit attorney in factV'i.. Brno. Pulmonary Fort Gaines. Geo.
table to the Sci' orh and Shear Walking Cane Aceordian. person at
State. ,
John Boll's Sarwipsrilla I Is one of the greatest feb Jefferson County, Fla., October 15, 1853. 41 6m TESTIMONIALS.LOUISVILLE .
: Board and Washing the family of the I Freedom from Fever in Six Hours.Nf'gati'e medicine now In existence. In tbone numeroo en Flute*, \'ii.I.'II" \i.I1I i B.Yi..lf'1l and I Guitar -- -
,4 $10 per month. Fur 1'urtLeparticulars ml drew Electric Fluid where the conntltution in debilitated tbe nervous energy Strin ;' IL-izor. ILi/.or Strop., LnbinV Kxtraot. C.I .>'- AGENCY OF /ETNAlNSURANCE CO. Ky. August 7.1W! .
; or 1* ietleDtd, when the effort of nature are weak and I lo'zni IjJi\ender, Brown \\'ind-or and l Yankee Shaving Dr. Henderson, I must say contrary to all expectation
; : JAS.. L. MOSELEY.iludison o R, SEATS'' FPVER ANTIDOTE I deficient, or are profuve and overwrought, when the faosI THE undersigned, Agent of the above Company. you have completely cured my ister of the Csacer
Florida.t.41L.i pale and colorlers, the strength feeble and yieldiag,tlMspirit I .Soap* October "it, .s.:;:?._43 receive apphmtitHi for and make insurance of her breast and Mrs. C of the Poljpqeof
wondeiful has bi troubled aud dcprcwed' the health 11I1114
1 I % Madison. Fla, Nov. 2bth. 1853. THIS the last remedy three en thoroughly all te t. shaken, and, con>>equently, the happinei destroyed broken then PREMIUM COTTON GINS. a ain'-t hiss by Fire on Brick and Frame Buildings the nose, the other directions in the various treatment
if Fr-
We,fIle Truste4'8 of the alK ve named Seminary, take during years, in caix-s ( I Hull' Baraparilla U a sovereign mnedy. It _its Furniture, rchandize, .1(. of Chronic Disease has proved better than anything
: pleasure in assuring the Public ver, from Typhus and yellow to the feimplest Int('rI I nature In the performance of her braces th. wbols E i T. TAYIjOK & CO.. Proprietor-of ihe ColuinbiisColtmi January 2l I. 1$5:. 4 B. C. LEWIS.
that IIr. Moselcy is I :I have ever met with ia 25 investigation -
j n&tural I my years
ualified in mittent or Chill and Fever, in various parts of *the 1 m.renew permanently the energies removes AIanufacloryhaelhcatilactioii tt
every respect to discharge the duties of oltktructiou, check eiceus, create and baaltiy heir alld.tht., Planit1 and practice.
I Union Central A menca and Europe. As pure I lodinioiiiice I In I patron* Gadsden Circuit Court.
Principal Teacher mtkfjctorilv nnd think mcredrJ J tilcod, and impan health and bappineM. Were ladk*, I T. A. M.D.
we he will : '' I -. general I 1\ I Itiroii hout I the Coilon I growing i re- Yours, Respectfully. HOBBS.
ble it with Bilious
merit as may appear. persons or anyE'r(IIrenerally, to adopt the use of tbi medicine would *M
justly the patxuuage aud of frieudcf we George N.Heir James S. Rust, 1 BILLvs. : FARMEUVILLE, LA. November 18. 1851.
tupport every : far ICM I bat I li"e\! ate prepared :foupd\ nutnbetit
education. muy Fever, are enabled to perform their accustomed luffrring, diaeaxe and onbappineu, among them gion. | allY I For foreclosure of
I than now exUt; health would take the place of dlteaee. (heir celebrated I'RKMIUM GI.NS.Where V Dr. Henderson, the medicine prepaied for my
l the
labor on the foUowillg day aft or attack, thus l lug he-
D. II. MAYS, WM. P. MOSELEY, l cured this Medicine within I the roiy check would ,ucee d the pallid bee; we should these Gins: have !been onceuedit would William A. J. Wright ) Mortgage. mother in I Ipw, Mrs.Ut ndrieka. foi Cancer in the breast

1 S. B. THOMAS, WM. A. URtSSOS1L four completely hours. It can be by used "by all without regard twenty to life have, Instead tniilefi of instead one cot of short tear by, and diaeaae perhaps,Or made a happy alNr&bleI i, 14 l ite deemed iinn -ceisartor' the Manulactiiiei' !j> IT appearing to the Court, by affidavit made in this has succeeded, and I feel no hesitancy in saying to fie

Z. ARDIS. W. L. TOOKE. during fever or intermisbion. cxmtino;]* fulTering and affliction. At thai nit.lealerlod i wold inllieirlavor-ac i I I hey feel ront'ulenl' I lie ma-: 1 cause, that the above named defendant res-ides out world as I have said ta you that in many yean apt-

1. December, 1853. 48 tf age.The exclusive right to tho sale of this medicine in I with ao called mush the dangrr"turn Bull'of life," whirh I* often 5ttSI"i i-tinies i 'dave. been brought I I'. inch peileclion' I thatllieir of the State or Florida, but in the United States, rience in the western country and acquaintedvft&Xae

the counties of Wakulla, Ixon Gad<*dcnt J Jackson mot beneficial effect. All Sarnaparlll ladie approaching W found W'I. I superior performance, will i I I recommend, I It i, CWorid! That the said defendant:! do appear Scientific Practitioners, you are the very beat a

.4 yEs Notice. Jefleroon, Madwm and Hamilton, Florida, bus been bould be apprined of this fact and avail Uteioaelvcs of this I in ;preferei.re I to. allot I I tier Gin,* 111.i i in me Foi t the nnd answer the Bill of Complaint tiled iu tlis c.iure.. Chronic Diseases I ever met with or read sft r.

LAND OFFICE. TALLAHAPSEE OI" ) transferred to the undersigned, to whom) all orders Valuable medicine. ..ali-lai'tinn! t llm-e who lime not u-ed I the dim;i within four months from the date of the pubhcatUuofthis Yours, Respectfully. B. B. WEST, M.D.
TIIICT, i l it h their order otherwh-e the said bill will be taken for NEW ORLEANS LA, August 7,1852-
FLORIDA must bs made from said counties. .111'.I r. uunKj.i. iinte i < \\ I reputation, I I lie Pro. ,
iisif December 17th, 1 f!:. f fi Put iu bottles at 25 cents and $1 bottles A BEAU Tli'UL CLEAR SKJK- i: prietors neeil onh ..IV, I that I the Jo'1RlT Premiutniiave confessed : ProvidedThat a copy of thisordei b ( up ; cr MX -
J \T7HEREAS, various tracU ofland in i the follow for f 5. A liberal discount made to Druggists aud Row we all admire a cV*r, beautiful, whit skis sod S : l 11l..1I awarded I.; 4iem lor ,the BEST GIN"; exiii'.iled li-hed iu some newspaper published in Tallahisaee' cases of Ulcers ic: it, have all severally been successfully

p ( t : his, | ,iz: 1 N. of IL 1 10 W.3X. R. Dealers. A. II. WILSON rosy colored cheek! How often. do w.lee person not powwlng all l hr great
v 16 W, 1 N.t.9E2N.IL9E2s.Jt.) S E. S., Wholesale and Retail thl desideratum no devoutly to be wfehed," ,.) ; at; I tbe Alabama anti (Georgia griciiltuialuid WAYLES BAKER, judge. and believe your system better than say
Druggist. morting to co metic', lotion,wube
f B.4lL,4aR.4El painu, and coloring
S. R. 10 E., and 2 S. It. II New Port, Florida. material, to retore them to a Item Mati. of what dlaeac h.dlollll-lirlI..hlal i I I Ccluinl(n" ; and at the AT CItAMREItSOet..ber 11,1853. 45 4m with which I have ever come aeroca.Yours

t iifei.' 4.v I. }: d, which have been heretofore withheld from entry For sale alao at the Drug Stores of D. IL Anus ba deprived them of, and that too with treat injury 10 .tnn.il" Fair of the. .. IIlh Carolina Insliliile, at Respectfully. T. C. McFARLTN. JL D.
I because embraced iu lj'te Noe. 7, 14 and 15 of selec I, the akin. Bull'. raparilla i* tbe belt cMmetleknown. 'li 41 lt'ttin. The Ct-tion ,1 iniie"I mi Ifietr Gins rei Middle Circuit of Fbi ida. Any amount of testimonials can be seen bj callmg
aud of E. Barnard Jr. Tallulia -
tions made the ce. It beaetlfie the kln by removing morbid .
'* 4th by State.. of Florida under the Act ;ot f Juue 18. 1 1R.VI. 24 and diwaMd matter rom the blood,every making panicle It pure of,healthy, .i ed I Ilie. lir-t Pi et'lilrli'. at I the l'xllihili"nl'f'I} ,! in IN LEON CIRCUIT COURT. on the undersigned, he flatters himself in poMesiioe

fifc vl ( '.' September, 18-11. hicl lists were subsequently and vigorous, giving activity to every mlnuta veawl. and '1III..IIIII"lh i"aioina.-ari|i ?l eten Fair t\ |- >reitn.eot B. Batchclor To Spg. Term 1853. Attach- of a decided knowledge arising from ten years close
withdrawn ,
-.i ; Uouuty .Land Warrants hanging the yellow and dark countenance to th* bloom ; | Cut ton I r4'tli I It.eiu; h.urf: l It t..." exhilMtedI'he I iu Debt. practice, observation and experience in the West so*)
Votlce it JiernLif git-en that after the and (reebne of youth. ladies, abandon the. of paints t'.'. merit Amount L
,,. tL from expiration or JBOUOIlT at the highttt j>rictn\A\ procurc.dJ I and mixture and u.e Bulls Hanwparilla, the only eflectual 1'1.11I' it'II.I" have in I their Itn.al'oI..iUI/IIUn.r. James H. Branch.: & f sworn to $102-1 00. the Hospitals of New Orleans. His system, gives bata
thirty days the date of tins .
notice, ou and after) ; 1 e w ho have not been able to e"tabM '-( remedy. A word to the wle i b ufflc4ent." and s blot tol .,. eilific I 'il. 1'1''m 1'latilei *, Coiti>n iiroker*. Coin. little pain and seldom ever uses the knife, and wlwt

% the 17th day of January, 1854, at 9 o'clock A.M. l"-h their claitux. If any have .rcce-\ed a lees II\ I snough for the ladies.Metallic. niion :1'rrhJnl.1111 M: inulaclurer i ,, ol Cotton Joseph Branch J compelled only to a limited extent, remedies soatha&t
next, application will be received to enter -tho Defendant and all other will take notice ofJL
sau than ( ..I"It'rilill1lh.'olhp! i rpHE
t I amount they were entitled to, let nic know it.lEaving .- pfrlurmance ol' I the Gin*. instead of irritating.
(tract T. W. B R E V AIm, Hc ist..r. had fourtee-n We all id I the siinpl., .! I hlh. the institution IIf> the above suit by attachment
; ( years experience in the prosecution .rneatJ1lnrite MHODS whn an inffcrioc with ; c"nnoht eolled \- : REFERENCES.
jt':;t JOHN W. ARGYLE, Receiver. and! settling Government claims, I understand any of tbe ills that fleh Is heir to," to etU on Pr. JobaJlull' I !ItS iinv (Giii i ever maii'ifaiiied$ | and! are hereby notified to appear and plead to the ISAJC Jo'V '
December 1?, 1853. 50 4t Agent, and get a copy .f Ijull'i runlljr Journal declaration, according to the rules of the court. GOT. JosErn WALKER, Eac-Gov.
the and of .All "rI..I.-'r l t:;, *
Cither b
fully ways means getting through the \'alious .KATH; and for th. aake of bumaolty, hop that S 1I't. ? our, I ravpll inC HUGH Jr Clerk. HON. S. W. Dowss. P. SOULE, U. a Senators -
,' t- f At Chambers. Departments at Washington. I have in my iogU Individual will not be found unwilllnf to 0v.Bull's or local A: "lIt,. i>i I:>(waul..lllI'' I In* Proprietor! h\ ARCHER Professors STONE, HARRISOV HESTER of N. 0-V it*>

4 poweesion record evidence 236 Florida, 87 Ala Banaparilla a THAI, after reading, and rteoUeeUof, at the nail, will .tl\\ .ts receive prompt IIICItI ion. (Jin Not ember :6. 1853. 47 Sm ..ot0
S time iso
sam that it is impOMibl for the ,
Doctor .
Christina I publish
.. strong, ) bama, 120 Georgia, besides South Carolina and Ti!U- the tenth part of the mumbnr of certificate sMModlng* will he ent In an\' put IIf i the (''"lIlr, and warranted NEW GOODS February 19. 1853. 7 lj

ii4 M. V Bill for Dinll'co.Cbristopber ncssee Muster Rolls of persons engaged in the Florida cum performed bv hU SanaparUla. Th. amoaai ftf testimony to !ie *.iti-f.i<*ti",.

B. Strong. ) War. If you have any Quarter Master, Pension or | from well volantarilj known and.bow r d on Dr.ladlridakU'Bull'i ,jizill faiynbUe *, JOS; L iPrro.V.zenf, Tallaha."f'I' Per Gen. WiLson, J. G. Anderson and Tehuantepec. Notice.
TilE bill bring filed io tins e&le. and proof having Bounty Land Claims: call in. No charge, if I obt tin and private UP. bM ben MrfcoMr:...taS r r.ol! IIlnhll'l.) (It., M.IICiijo.*. |W>. li i h NOW LANDING. HIRTYdays from the first pnbficattoffortftis*

1.u made before me, that said defendant rrsidci DO money, C. II. BLOOD. 17 Dr. John Ball's Principal Oflkw: W_ sies Subscriber is receiving of his GEN I tine, the undersigned, widow of the late J. Jv*
) .1 j'j oiitot.beSt.ateofFlorida: It is ordered that bearing N. B. Persons with unsettled business connected: i est.flnt4o r below Main. Lo vlls.K7] CROCKER Y, GLASS aud! STONE WAKE THE FALL SUPPLY now of ALL GOODS required Neil, deceased, will apply to the Court of Probate it

444 be bad OB the facts charged in laid bill op U>e 4th with the late establishment are also invited to call. *>. itA..ir,..3, *ig..iiu. TullaLassee. I l by HEIR & RUST. for this market and the country generally comprising Leon County, for Dower in the estate of said husband*

i Monday. in March next at the Court House in Tallatiassee 1 November 5, It3:3. 44 6m July. 16. 18::. 28 fra October 15, 1853. 41Gwyanc's'Ccntriftijfal Hardware Dry) Goods, Crockery, Saddlery, MARY ANN O'NEU

I .om provided that a copy of this order be publishedin Executors' Sale. Boots and Shoe FANCY GOODS, NEGRO CLOTHING December 10, 1853. 4w 49

:r newspaper of this State for the space of three Burial Cases. Pomp BLANKETS GROCERIES. Iron and Steel -*

v months at least before the day appoiuted for 8S.id< IK pursuance of the last Will and testament of the THREE FOURTHS of the FIRST COST and PROVISIONS, FURNITURE BAGGING, ROPE: Notice.

bearing. J..W } LES BAKER Judge. late Wm. B. Wynun will be offered for sale to the I sums annually for ,
all who
: $ Attest:.-HUGH A nu*, Cleric, highest bidder, on Veducsday the 5th day of January purchase the above ; which for repair 1. ., Durability to aud TWINE.low to suit the times. SIX Months after date, I shall preterit nay final at of

: i 2( 1853. Sm51 By Jons R.LLOTP. D. C. next: at the plantation belonging to the estate of and! Power otands unrivalled in the Wo'rld.my. The attention Highest Prices price paid fur Cotton, Hides, Beeswax and vouchers to the Honorable exeentruc Judge of W*
aid deceased in aa
lying Jackson County. Florida Probate for Jefferson County
a- of
,4 :J1 BroBSwIck City, Georgia bout eleven miles .Clt of Marianna the following for PLANTERS i is especially called to its efficacy Tallow etc. LADD. liam G. Clark, late of said
I ;%: Large and Peremptory Sale of Building Jjots property "iz: Stock If Mules. Cattle Illlgs, crop of TilE undersigned keeps constn.tly on hand vari- the ill effects Drainage.on Cotton It is and a perfect other safeguard plantation,against of the Newport, October, 1853 40 for a dismission from my administration CLARK Execntrix.JeffeAf of UM sad.
Com and Fodder sizes of Ole Patent
WaggOOl, Carts fanning Uteni ills pus Metallic Burial Cases destructive rains Estate.
in the of the
Brunswick State Southern climate. Mud Tax Collector's Sale.By
City of of Georgia of different kinds, Household and Kitchen Furniture meutioned iu the accompany ccl tifleate. and other substances grav- on County. November 26, 1U3. gra _
do is
r- THE proprietors .f the eity of Brunswiok hereby ic. Also at the same time and place, that valuable J. A. EDMONDSOX.JlESSM. for Steamers not injure it. It adapted virtue of authority in me vested by law, I have

4fr e .1 8Ot.ice that a aale of five hundred eligible : plantation known as the Wynn'a PUnlation," lying Water works for, Manufactories, Mines, Fire Engines,, levied upon and will expose for sale before the Boots & Shoes,
S Cities situations
large and all
,..4 ; loU will take place, by public auction at the Ogle- I in said County and State, supposed to contain seven WA8UJXGTO, April 5th powerful requiring Court House in the town of Quincy, Gadsden County: every detxariptioo and size for ealelf*
t. Size of to 100,000' t :
4; 4. thorp House, to laid city on Thursday, the 12th day hundred acres more or less, adjoining the lauds of Dr. FlSK AID RATUOXD, gallons per minute pumps. 25 gallons hand UNION on-the third Monday in April next: the following described 1111..OF by HEIR & BUST.
capacity kept
cfJ&auI.Ir,18Ug12oe1oekM. Tb sale will bexwitiv Cary Whitaker, Cant. Benjamin Wynus, John IVi uJ-: OIlTLF.JUXWe: ,'itn Med the utility of your q-- POWER COMPANY of"U. on by New property or so much thereof as will pay the October 15.1853. 41
T Broadway
.4 5 | to the highest bidder. Tenu-Ooe-tbird dill and others.Ternu namental Patent Metallic Burial Cue." used to covey York. 3,24 State and County Taxes due thereon for the year >

.c..h sad the remaioiu two-thirds b OM and two made known on the day of sale the remains of the late Hon. John 0, Calhoun to December 10 1853, and the necessary expenses incident thereto, to Wanted.

; & Title perfect The port and siU of, Brunsvick JOHN W. HARRELL ) the Congressional Cemetery *hich impressed ta with 1858. 49 Sm wit : DRY HIDES for which the

I bold oat cononacfcial maratime adraolages supe&e RICHARD O. COWPER, f ExtC tora. the belief that it in the best article known to a for Two hundred and ten acres or land, lying on Flat.t 5000 ketpricewillbopaidby

I. to those pwaeatad by aay other 'sooth of Chesapeake Jackson_ County -1-Ta Dee. 3. 1863. 48 Ct transporting the dead to their final 'eaUne Notice. Creek belonging to Robert Jimerson. October 29, J853. 43 S. S. IGRT

: q &/. TU elimate k healthy; tbe'water pa re. With respect we subscribe ourselves, Y 1I.'Jta. ALL persons having claims against the Estate of r Huon McLEAN.Tax ._ '

.j. Farther particmlara, with Maps tt,"may be had at Plantation and Negroes for Sale H. Clay, 1 R. Atchison Jeft < ilIiam Thompson det'ease.l.late of Leon County Collector for Gadsden County. Fire and Marine Insurance*

.$r the office of tfcf OomiHcgr.'.90 Broadway.. New York, rT'HE aubseriber, being anxious to remove to 1 tlie Lewis eeA. C. Greene W. .. are requested to present them to the undersigned I October 15. 1863. 41 Cm ,

1 or of MX. Juba. Brosi ageot Brunswick, Georgia. J. West offers his well known plantation for sale.It D. 8. Dickinson Don. Webster "Hen* admiistratriz within the time prescribed by law or Collector's Sale. rpHE SavanoAh Mutual Insurtaee Cmnpeiry Qty,

DTM. CHAUNCEY PresUentTmovasJLXkxm is one of the beat turpentine plantations in the County. J. M. Mason, J. M. Berrieo W.P. : they will be barred ; and all indebted to said Estate Tax 1 tog established aa Agency ia tbM _

L ,Secretary. .- There are 880 acres b the tract aod cue or two October 1, 1853. 89SIX "tt f' .. will please make payment immediately. virtue of the power vested in me by law, :shall take Fire and Marine risk co tfce tsosi,1_..

: Pee btr.10,1 Wl..* 49 -4tNotice. sections more,adjoining it, which can be purchased (. ; .. LUCY THOMPSON Adm'x. BY expose for sale, before the Court House at Quincy I- terms. Apply to THO?J. PEBKIK3.

,. ; ". from the Apalacfaicola Land Company tut $1,26 1 per Notice '-- ,. December 10, 1853. 49 8w in the County of Gadsden on the third Monday in October 1,1858 .S9TS 1

.. acre. There are about 150 acre cleared..and in pretty monOis after date, the undersigned Admiaistra- April next, the following described property. or to

.; ALL p MM Urior':4ji.s. gaiosi th state'of good ). I will alto aell &' Cuntly of four on the estate of .James Forehand dsceased Notice. much thereof M will pay the State and CountyTaxe

_. .L.t IboBjMoi deeded 'JaU of Leon negroea aUother awl three about late Leon duo thereon for the year 1853, and the necessary expeases that the subsc&ir,
i Daoghten aged 86yeara of County, will present their final accounts: Ltpersone having claims against the estate of J. wit hereby gwen,

t I County, vtn preaeat theo to vodenlgned Admbtatmtor and.tbe girls boot 18, 9 and 6 years respectively. uid vouchers to the Jude of ProbaU of Leon County J. O'Neil, deceased, late of Leon County, are requested incident thereto, to : of land 1 oftbist&t.otTbO1M '

viAbi tk* tine preMriWd*f law cr they will Fenone wiahing to patdku* either .land or and ask to b. discharged. t P to present them to the undersigned within the Five hundred and .isty- ae acres Catlin.HUGHOMcLEAN., lying on County, deesui&wilL SIX RiO *

h behm d ;.aod alliodebtedtotaidwUtarermdea- negroes wIlIylesie alms the preuwee aod examine WILLIAM &POREHAND, time prescnbed-by law, or they will be barred ; and Rock Creek, purporting belong to L. S. apply to the Has. JiaJP

r .44; ,t.dtoak.jisym.J iaMxliihly.fi them- ., when. 1i1I make known die price, tenpt 4::0. 'EDWARD BLACKLEDGE those indebted will please make immediate payment for Gadtden County, Sir a disCbarP'.
JACOB I or/. dtD Itntor. BENJAMIN BYRD .Atl.tini.trllfor. MARY, ANN O'NEIL, Idm'x. Tax Connty. OD taid eetate. 3

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