<%BANNER%>

NEH UFSPEC UFPKY LSTA SLAF



The Floridian & journal
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079928/00248
 Material Information
Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: February 4, 1854
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
 Record Information
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
oclc - 02704418
notis - AKP8648
lccn - sn 83016259
System ID: UF00079928:00248
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

Full Text
--


;; ,.7 %


.
( -
I
i
# .I ,, .' "' .
-. :--- k Lf -J T. LI----------- ..- -I. .-.1V
,.., ; S .. ... :- '' -.r--. .,
,-,., ,. h' ;A' 1'.S. t-.r/ : ; 1 'f" trt ') ,, ,,.h' 3 '
\ ; # -. 1 ," ', ,}





4' f f1 '.t. 1 Eetibi: : ':'ai J: 'I.' ,. tuib :ourn: at. ">:.."': ,,.' : ',. -:, ..";{. "<4 U.:rl.: '.



.
'
-1-. .?t- ,* ".,.' '. .J.. .

.,' .. -
"Jr
.
-
- j.r'i
a -
-

.pTJBMSHED .tJ\ RY SATURDAY MORNING. OFFICE OVER BERRY A.ROWXES' ADOTION ROOM. TERMS THRBB : Illlw.ao

.. .
.
rT- ,. -. ---. -" :1'. : L ... .L.q-.i-

BY CHARLES E. DYKE. TALLAHASSEE, FLORmi. FEBRUARY 4, 1854. VOLUME YJ ct

** i- A *
t -- f h v a
_______ -- -- S - -- .
_
c .
lOt -- ,
HARDS: AND SOFTS Romp, in that State. They assembled, the I out Ut State of our, O htUl/10 the heal Mscsurrr fxutitig dtttfutiotit and KAHXKSTXCSS -, ionnominating"convention to his convention ndintroduced that coalition, and I will now show' the por. way"- ,to\i/the gentleman.? -,, aa*"r*-an* #,-J-__,_T p sa.4
county set of
the mid the oth. a resolutions
one occupying Presbyterian, trait he draws of himself and thoserno bet '
member than
he.
and w'e rdially invite all true Democrat, whte'ermay the ger :. .
SPEECH OF er the Baptist church. Meeting in that way I have been"their former< differences, t in explanatory the State of New position York.A of the'union party ter than himself when they promoted that Mr. BAYLY. I am not'a young mInb s r.

HUGHES OF HEW YORK a committee was appointed upon the part ofi aside and unite with us ITO: THE M1CILE ir.r coalition. I read from the gentleman's [Mr. I will congratulate -jrfease, without
CHAS- Voice. Name him.
1101. that section of the party that had supported i ('l!! THIS rsVE O do CVTTI5] speech made the other day : respect to the gentleman ,from'New York or
IN THE IIOUSK OE KEPRE- That the Convention now adjourn Mr. HUGHES. I refer to S. S. Bowne.
General Cass that committee )
Upon were Rrrllr
ptUVlWl sine JJnfortiramtelj,bowerer; n who were desirous the Presidentofthe United..State* .
'TATIVCS, JANUARY 19, 1854. citizens of the State of New The resolutions he offered were in these of oftcc. who were ?
| dis'inguished iYoik i Those Inhering for the ppoife. and could Mr. HUGHES. That U traighlforwtrd
CUTTING. are resolutions _
'. Mr. words : not wait, began
-Chancellor Wai worth was its chair project combin tion to make coal '
NT' BUr-liES obtained the floor man, and Messrs. Cutting and Peckham, members -, drawn by me, and by me moved in the con "\\0<1':1*. In the plan of unio'proposed at Syracuse itions"that- and manly. I meant no imputation upon.the
I said that
JStt'lNC G. Will the gentleman yield vention. while the convention proposed the witlnlnfwalof gentleman. being ,a, younger
Mr.fire minutes of his time for the purpose of of this House, were also upon that com- Mr. HUGHES. The gentleman admitshis a portion of their ticket upon a certain contingency," _[ was Immediately after 1848,] member of the body I would yield to a' gentleman

IDt! nalion mittee. authorship of the resolutions ; I knew he they limited the selection by the Utica Convention to.'wl'U.knowl1 and see whether they t'Ould not more promptly go much older than mysel .

ex.l HUGHES. I should be most The CHAIRMAN, (interrupting.) The would not deny it. I have stated, and intendto and knoweleclged Democrat' which I accomplish their ends by briD in; together those stillproffssing i Mr. BAYLY. I am a ranch younger man
willing in order for IMPLY that this restriction Democrats who had deserted ,
Chair would remark that it is not might wan designed to ez- our party In than
to yield to the gentleman, but under the circumstances -' in debate to reler by name to any state: nothing that I know to be true. elude from such nomination all memlirr of th. Democratic -, 1818-the Buffalo Free-SouW you are. [Laughter.] .

I must be excused If I decline | gentlemen Mr. CUTTING. I am delighted to hear it. party who had abandoned the Whig party by Mr. HUGHES. As regards ,these, congratulation
member upon; this floor. Mr. HUGHES. acknowledging the reason of proclivity towards desjiotistn, ai well a's all [that is a picture of the gentleman's self] *, I .will not deny the gentleman

doing so Chairman now. it but moment Mr. HUtiHEo. I am, sir, aware of it. ptinciple that the matter of slavery was not those persons who in years past bad ncteJ in n political ] -"and induce them to act together In nolid columns !the right of offering them ; .bat.1 'aa-ritie4

Mr. was a ago Mr. CUTTING. 1 prefer, Mr. Chairman, be test these resolutions organization whose central idta was HOffriHTr TO animated by the hope of ppoils held up before their ing, as I have a right to do, the motive which
I desired to obtain the floor to speak to to regarded as a .
'
therefore
that the of -
as far as I am concerned, that consent SLAVERV. ; ryes as au inducement to band together. prompts the act. .
.
difficulties of late occurrence in were adopted, and the conventions adjourned. I II Kesolvd That we disclaim all such construction :
the
political that .
the House should be given names maybe Now then there being two of the above words, and that Did this convention at Rome, "which tendered Mr. BAYLY. That I I. a kind of.debate.
separate and
State of New York and since it has j organizations we recognize M part
the ; yet I desire that I be I I
used because placedby
awarded almost overpowering I may I in the J>tatc of New York, and the parcel of the true Democratic family all those who a- the olive branch, talk about spoils I- I which i U out of order. What does. the.gen:

been me, an the gentleman just in such attitude as he at large in the State being earnestly iMiudnn: the Whig party and embrace the Democratic The idea must have been in the hearts of tleman mean ? ". .
diffidence has creptover me. Remembering!I may choose ; and having chosen his ground, I people tilth and that we cordially fratrrnisr tri'fi ",el, those who Mr. AS HE. ,I call the gentlemen front" .
that which when gentlemen introduced the resolu
this is the first occasion in I, desirous that great party and ifith ,
do that
1 suchfonntrinciniers
as my 11 shah then ask the opportunity st the hand I of Ibelibfityyarty arPInc Virginia [Mr. BAYLY to order
life which I have addressed a legisla. imi I united, carries great power with itwhichI and will net upon tie true principles of the tion. ] fJii ,
upon of this without loss of time,
| M r. B A YLY. I do not choose hare
commit( will-should) Democracy as li-tinjjuU'.ji-d: from the other p.litiflll) to mj
live body 1 feel that the occasion which has him and then shall I puts men in place as they now The*' men, thus over-anxious for ofllc1. set their
i mediately to reply to we into the party now in beni- And tlmt in common w hit nil in motion I motives impugned;
tit make
feet might have been embraced ( again be united sent delegates conI wIts np a sort of patched platfmrafor
called to
me I
my all Democrats /
be able to where gentlemen really other we /tWi
see < Eo.ru.Y KXTirun: TOT in New York
which like
volitions for nominating candidates the iw a more recent exutn- Mr. HUGHES. Most
much better by some older and Let. I stand. I I _upon : HONOU4 AX1 BtrrEAGLS OF THtIR FEU.OW-U1I- I I certainly I do not
should be
,
than in the State of New j State ticket, held in the' .September following zINs_" pie nn amnesty for the recent past and i I impugn the motives of tho gentleman from
toldier"
tcr mybvlf I Mr. HUGHES. I desire simply to proceed 'I which hould bri:> f pther opposing factions, united
with instructions to }bring about some cornpromise. Here is coalition I the a'ul in the f Virginia, [Mr. BAYLY.] I have sat in
York. in order, and I wish the gentleman not I a for you Gentlemen by Ignoble hope mere spirit of spoils. my

Some time ago awnt rlurlrrs.w're sent i to put forth his threats in advance to annihilate I from New York cannot fraternizo with That was the union brought about ,the seat upon this floor daring the entire session, SI
announced this floor that'' I On the 7th! of September following, the by and admired the of that
forth, and it was on me. ."0"1(u I and! which he course gentleman upon
poor gentleman, longed so earnestly:
when the time should! come for New York to I I Mr. CUTTING. I mean the I Softs," Cass nominating convention met and adoptedthe I The author! of this resolution was the candidate I to have the Democratic enter almost every occasion, when he baa addressed

speak she would speak in such a manner as'' and not the gentleman unless he is one of I i following evolution. Gentlemen will upon the Hard, or Cooley ticket; and I party upon. this House. In my allusion to the

not to be misunderstood. 1-in common bear in mind, now, that there was but one I it was for doing the thing which this "This coalition was resisted until the current was motives which actuated the gentleman, I
I very convention
-with other gentlemen, I have no doubt-lis- them.Mr. I convention in session, and that of the Cass said overwhelming, by the force and influence of those who meant this and When
j' HUGHES. Upon that committee I I I I it was proper[ to do that the t wanted to be constables and clerks and sheriffs and i nothing more : an ap.

tened to bear her voice. I remembered her have told you who the gentlemen were. They''i men, who passed the! Cass Home resulutions, Chief-Magistrate- this nation is now denounced I governor and senators and cabinet officers-thus | peal had been made by the gentleman from

greatness; I felt the humility ot the position' are distinguished citizens of Nw York, and .: and also the following : I I by gentlemen calling themselves'f' crteiiitjj up from the lowest to the highest offices in ', New York [Mr. Cctnuo to the South, to

into which she bad fallen, and I listened for some of them are members of this HoH e.Mr. I'I Iio1u-d. Hint a conciliatory course slwuM bepunned the Hards of New Yoik." i the laud. They, in our convention", outnumbered all I stand by those who had fought their battles

some voice to rally her hosts once more in | by this eomeiitiun MiJ onebichif prope I have opposition ancf formed what they called a party for years ago, and the gentleman from VirginiaMr.
CUTTING.; Did I not understand theChair Jvnwtb'v emble passed over a position which I shall the sake of union and ."
} the convention to a"! at U1JCII'll lumuoDY1'
united effort. But alas I sir, it was a1 [ DAILY and shook friend from
I ] rose
some here' The
to say that for this occasion the I I I the; 12th iiwtatitvouM I be instrumental in uniting the assume gentleman himself presi.drti i,1 my
delusive hope. A voice from New York ( gentleman from New YOlk might onl': the I!I ma""es in thi State, putting nil end to Whijy[ misrule, over the! deliberations of the convention j 1 : \, then, I want to Imo\\-tbe Democratic I New York by the hand which U certainly!

came, but it proclaimed anathema, 71I ralla. liberty of using name ? I should prefer j: and of tic-cling au (Ut11 c Democratic ticket this fill ; which nominated l the Union ticket for New !|I party ill New York having united in kind in anybody to do, whether jhd agreed

Ilia," and indulged in the most violent invoc-. that he would
live. 4. /:,mil fd That the I Democratic) State c.,znnijtt.ebe j, I II I! NI (jowil to 18.V2, having: elected President supposed it intended to forth it
I The : Chair apprehends with -f the nominees i i -and 1 desire only to place him in the exact was go aa
We have had two from CJ.\IDITI1 I directed to mw any < pre en-1 I Piorce as they did, triumphantly, giving him did forth that the South the
speeches one wing
he go through .
that the gentleman York can referto ted bv tills convention exeept thoI'I" (.f Cunipr.ik.r.Attoniicv !!I position occupied-although }be It."t thc : gen.
|1
of the Democratic part of New York. One what a citizen of rm New York lW did ; but not ]I General Canal Conniii-siouer, and State chair before thc convention adjourned was the large vote, they did, numbered by tens of tleman wes giving expression to the senti

of them called for no s'mpath.willIe the : as :\ member llou e. ;i Pri-ou 1n-pccll.r. pnniJed that the} Utica! cunveii'ioii! I announced, when its perfected proceedings 1''thotstIIlls-who was it expected that the meut, that they intended to stand by the

other begged for sectional sympathy to step! Mr. HUGHES.oftl If I had commended i.,''I ratifv tit"1! (. names ami complete! the ticket by iwminatins were put forth in tire \rgnst that he had heen ':,I Executive was going to ostracize and lop off I Hards of New York. It was to that motive

in and relieve that wIIIg from the embarrassing ; well known and acknowledged Ilemocrats ateaudzditei from him "any portion of the Democracy of and that motive alone I referred and I would
,
called the of
the poisoned chalce" to the gentleman's& own ,, : for' Jud-e ''f tI Court ..f Apj'eals. S"ore- to city New York in consequence -j!
position in which its own treacherous purpose lips, I should denied him the floor. I tarv (.f Slate, Trea-uier and State En.jiue: ,and t-hall of an indispensable private and! professional j i|: the State of New York On the contrary, scorn attributing anything dishonorable or

had ;placed i it. !': trust never to lose the gentleman: in the poli-,: impose !II", test upon the sud: C.'fl'1hiItCi- inconsistent engagement." lie never denied i' he deemed, when he reflected on the services disrespectful to that gentleman. I have been

Now, ''l I r. Chairman, thee\\ York "Softs" or :I i:I with the I'p"l1l!utj"n"a-l ptei by the J-ni'> rltt ic nveD- tho truth of that excuse. He never published I j I[ rendered in this campaign, that those who misunderstood, if he allows .hia equilibriumto

-the Democratic party of New York-make :': tirl, then legislator.was the communication which wa tin l..telIlc1]! iu the J'resbyterian church at Rome." its denial to my knowledge, at Iea3t ; but 1,!f participated in the conflict were entitled, if be disturbed for a moment by any such

no sectional appeal. They ask neither the addressed from that committee tn these !'j I. On the 12th of the same: mouth the other he acquiesced in the action of that COil VCII. I you please, to share in the spoils. But he remarks. .

South, nor the East, nor the Wt-et, nor the who are now denominated I'ree-Soilers lit'1 and wing of the Democratic party held their nominating tion. was very careful that positions of what was I tru&t no one Las understood me aa hurl.

North, to come to their rescue. factionisK Before 1 conclude these' convention. They accepted the prop.I Now I have shown that the party was dissevered I called tru ,t,in the State of New York, should ing forth to.day invectives against the Bards
the broad reading : osition of the Cas-s convention he-Id the be into the hands of those who had beenI of New York. I
0:1:
Standing on principles) proclaimedby extracts, I will show the of parlies) in IbiS, and that it came together again i: put am ready, as one of the

the patty, in the Baltimore platform ; sus. there as they stand the position record, and not! 7th, and in pur.viinet: of the proffer{ of that in h1.'r-I ii''. In I..">0 and I '51 it met as one i I I I Cass Democrats in 1848. opposite party, for a union once more of the
the Administration which believed upon latter convention. nominated four of their otli- I The of the of New York Democratic of New
taining they by mere idle assertion, which! means nothing. organization. ]In 1K;;0 we fleeted our entire !. patronage city party York. I am anxious t

to be Democratic; they It'ait in the They 1 declared as follows: i. cers, and completed; the ticket by nominating, ticket, with the exception of the candidate '! numbering, perhaps, one thousand clerks, for a union, because, when united, we 4

choice of the North, tile South, the East, and ''the I balance, which consisted nf l live other fjr ,1I\'Nllor-.llJrattu The I I was tendered to a distinguished gentleman of can succeed. In 1853, when the -last eon*
"Tlien-i i" no 410ULt! that the pcnoral enthvnt oftin Seymour. party
f
ihe Weft, to do as they will. We make no officers. lour State who now acts in concert with the vention of the party took plaf, we met together
>; iilii js &giIi.! l the ('xtc'n.i"l of clauiv IM! > tor i i acted witli: such concert thit, it rescuedfrouzi i iI I p
Appeal."f refer to nothing in the : Now, talk: about! 'olitions11! 'ir, gentlennn from New York, [Mi. but occurred in the
past we ntoiv j iw ii.t't. (tlI aiiKij b.
point to nothing.; in the future! ; 'but!, standing \\e (: flhJOt jidu-it tlmi a tOICUI'tUt iu I 1.tt w jilmn lt': put four men upon that ticket and went into I j officer, with! the iigh': exception of (:lovirn'or. every. ; It was refused by him, and afterwards ten- organization. The convention,then adjourn 4
on that 'bid enemies assail shi ulj Lo a a JK-iiiocrutic pitueiph] or I tin-election faith. Thy ; *! d"'rf d another individual. And I
;plalfotrn we our allowed to( i.II'rc.. teet of in L'i!j j.i 1:1 good result was, I' ]In I Ifi.V.i )Seymour. was re-nominated, to assert ed until four o'clock p, m., when they again
us. and show us wherein we are now wrong. I'I a DIII.crl any that I three of tie! men, upon iheir nomination! : here beyond the power of contradiction, that met together, at the regularly advertised
part of the Uut'd States.F ld n,t willing:: : and tie! party again acini in concert. To
But sir, 1 shall exhaust tIc time allotted tome that it cbould U1 uiatli' so ]Len*. \'f 1] lie Ir.DonioMwy" i i iXtw were elected, wliilf only one of our nominees, I, be sure, there w.is a liittle shaking after the MX sevenths of the offices in the State of place and hour of meeting; but a minority of

in idle declamation if 1 proceed in this. k is the : ( the ticket i-lcctrd. New York held Democrats who the convention declined
1(11 I pal t of National VCII"'rat it- party, ; 0:1: ( was I lialtiinore convrnlion ; but it was not on the i are now by acting'1thn& .This
train ; and 1 have not aiistn to turn back in- which] party can only' hope t tiiutuph}! by pif: \lug Mr. \ ;: : Will gentleman &U 1 part ol those! who were the '* -5ort of New 1 supported Cass in 1848. I judge of the was the first trouble or disturbance in New,

vecti e on those gentlemenlio have used it. its ranks ulLr"kll througlmut the ('htin,.Union. And i! low t'Kto! say one word I State of New York from my own district. York during that year, and the terms Harda

I think most highly of the honorable gentlemen tins Uuuthe| cannot sulijvct he cxjR-ctC'l of slavery! or even are allowed}hoped! fi.r.1 to. if lie opinions mad I,!I,I Mr. IIU(11115. Oh, yes, as Ill) colleague I \ ork.1 heard a gentlemin_ in this! House, yefterdav -I I suppose I shall be interrogated and I and Softs were never used until after the inauguration

in this body who compose that portion the matters of party faith) or to funn the lii>is of party I:i: never interrupts others iu their! remarks, I will alt highly! of a distinguished citizen I am ready to answer the interrogatory to ,'or, least,. uiftil after the election: '

of our party in the State of New York called orgunizution, either ut the .North or the South.! The ,,I allow him. {Laughter.] I I Fp where I stood. Although I w-s not a member of Franklin Pierce. These terms were first
of State who tendered the
.' Hards ;" and I do not couch my feeble lanceto Utiiiiocracy have at all times ] 1 chief lticer of the customs in the city of.New
enter into this tourney with the distinguished fr'JI the platform FtudiuUsly of priueiplep neulf, !the Mibjwtof1slavery I]', to 1':1that_ his II:1rh''ut: into! that ;. }oik. I shall not detract from that, or ;;, with the fiiends of Silas Wright in 1848 ; claims that it Las never swerved and to,
gentlemen from New York, [Mr. Cutting. I 1f'8.i.'r coalition in fafth that and if that drama to be re-enacted I which friend from New York
Mr.
] one to the enjoyiiicnt of his o\\u opiniou ",1 that uh : good ; i the,) fulfilled I other gentleman but I ask members to was my [

I am aware of his ability. The rural districts j(-< and to ue thueiu n> he should think rIPpvr. holding their! part of the :rgl Il'\'lucllt ; but that we any recollect who fought ;the battle of the Demo- : would pluck out my manhood but that I WIIEELKH] belongs. They were used aa

have heard of his reputation. But so impregnable that a 8ulhcr man who) Fut-tai.iwl the in-titnti i,n through our treachery, : : their cau ii- j would stand there still. I ask 'not gentlemen tenns of derision and reproach in speaking
( ciatic of the Union in the State of New
do I believe truth to be, that I have of,Ian"rv11 titan not, fur that caw..lc"s Bound! a"I Hem ; date Is thai correct I lI i party : to enter into my feelings, nor do I ask of such Democrats aa the Secretary of State,
(' a n iai:, hose vievs YOlk, in the late Presidential i election, and
arisen here to submit a simple statement of (opjxisite.rlt character.Jurllem 'J'h'-he\have ahvaye wie been of the an | Mr.' I IIU'I1I-.S.I ; : J'hat is what I mean to I I who met the masses throughout the them tJxcae me because they cannot enter I and others distinguished gentlemen in New

facts,, not to make a set speech ; for, ill could views of the, Dcmwratie party of the Union and] I'say ; and I say positively that you did it I and addiessed them of country and; into my feelings or those of the men who I I York, who are anxious for union and harmony

have obtained the floor immediately after the here we propose t J have all qutetious; on the stbjeci I though treachery. [Laughter.] |I'j on subjects great r were prompted to act with me. I in the party. The term Softs is appliedby
\ital interest J Who, but those men who
gentleman was done the other day, I should! (.f ela\rJ. I I Mr. WHEELER. Who does! the gentleman In my district, numbering perhaps some the Hards to those whom they claim have
have said .Jfyou concur with us in thev vi<>w }holding, tliat : stand as leaders among what the gentleman
on that occasion that which I pro. iudiiidu.il of : mean when he 8:1"S" Y lU"llid itl i I eighty postmasters and other offices dependent softened. We had none of it before this last
ditftn'"It Irl and eWnhcre, calls the Suits of New York. it was not .
pose to say now. i I Clilill. I II I Ut G;II is.: 'I read the of the General Government contest, and the tenn is sort of Latter
: upon the Mibjcct jti !t be allowed to exit, :j jIr can you thi iiamc : I until Ohio had spoken, until Indiana had I I upon patronage a
If the declaration of the gentleman himself and that the opinion of no oat; on that Mihject} can I,:, Mike Walsh, Daniel K. .Sickles; J. T. Uiady, anti until had dlt.the spoken : some six of them are what we termed Day Saints," which has sprung up amongthe
t "
1'cnnsjilvar.ia s.
shall be taken as proof, he belongs row, today rightfully called in (q'lit-tioii as iu\ohil! I dejiartuie, Augustus Schell- I Free-Soilers in 1848, and the rest of them Democracy' of New York. And when

to the Soils" of New Yotk; he is a from Democratic pnucllcl, or be considered a lest of|r Ir. 'WHEELER I (interrupting.) After tide of tatts-it was not until then thai I are Cass Democrats, yet nearly every one of gentlemen go back of 1853 to make war in
44 Lib Democracy, to aetUliiM Daniel S. Dickii5oti left oil"reading hi> sciip-
Soft, and h38 proved himself to be such ujtfin h tbe : named for those this House the Softs in New \ork
coalition them
and 1 that basis, in the supp'ntol lie re llarl.nlmilat.1, was formed in lh.it convention I tures at home and Ilown to address a ;rl were by myself appointments. upon they
am willing\ whenever be shall appoint'a candidates of the Democracy of this State and of the'J i the Dfinocracy of New York city, through came I This is the condition of things go back of the written history.,.
York the
in the of New
meeting, to extend to him the right hand of\' nation, we we prepared to juin in securing the furuia-I its executive committee, denounced that co.'meeting city only tlioughout the whole State of New York.j .- Mr. Chairman, I hare done all I tended

fellowship. [Laughter.] r \! tion of a State ti1e eatihfaetory both c Now, sir, I and as w e hope, the of the State was John A. Dix ? Where were the .
amery sorry to break iu upon t Democracy : -the Hards"-refu.-ed to into it and former divisions, and being misled at the last lUau in the allegations made in referene*
the at large: go honor and
thread I whom
of my remarks by reading from : we defeated the ticket. many men w e are proud to election, although holding the patronage of to the question, Who are the Sofia in the

the gentleman's j-pcech ; but it must be done I On the same day, they tent a further communication I I Mr. I HUGHES.I I l I How swim." claim as Democrats in that Stated' They the Government in their hands, came up and State of New York f' I have endeavored to
in order to set this in which they : I WPapples were that State, and all of the .
question right, because the I say I [Laughter.] I have stated l\&Jarls\ in relation traversing voted the Hard" ticket. And yet gentlemen show, by his own evidence, the iacbrreefoesaof ,

attempt has been made to show who the' "'W c propose to comment!.for the aoptioD of our con'I I I to the matter, and States, advocating the election of Franklin talk upon the floor of hating had to con bis definition, and I have endeavored' to
interrogatory does
not
Softs" and uho the Hards" of New York vutJ. the following tth"lutiol: i I make them more less the : : P2erCe.I tend against the power of tbe State and National show, by his own admission, that he himself '
are. I must read a of the j R""tl'JrJ, That \e ll.le\'e the people of the North I any or tlrtoThe I When the. gentleman s spoke so indignantly
part : in the last when is coalitionist.
gentleman's Governments election a
are opposed the of la\cry into gentleman is at liberty to show the .
speech, in order to show the definition given now fice.t But we deem it t be. ulwi.e Terrtm.ic6 I I thing when his, hour comes, if he can.contrary I about coalitions, the other day, of I was surpiisrd I nearly all those who received appointments Now, I say that if there is any doctrine hi

by the gentleman himself. j imlracieL1e and we cannot concent to make that I I have established the fact that i, on turning [back the page history, : voted the Hard" ticket in this last election. law that the gentleman.should apply 'more'

Here is an extract from his reported speecha auebtioti tot, or incorporate it its an article of..:I gentlemen nominated side three of the I to find that he had been so actively engagedin I If ibis question of "Haida" and Softs" than any other to his position, it is the doe'.:
on elected
: faith of of this one were united the 1
state. two
III is The party of I Sd 8,to whom allusion Iu been made" ;' 44V 4 ttated in our (Democracy to your committee and only one of those nominated on theother I, the coalition which in New 1 ork.opposite -- stood upon its own basis, it would have required trine ot estoppel ; and if there is any 'right
party veil knf'trD'f'O iu Xew-lIatnnKljire.wLeie vhicL leave it ,wings) of the party the fife and the drum to beat together which I should ask to havrapplied in this debate
at one period, its t we beg to refer, that was impossible! ;I! side; the 'balance of the ticket was defeated. I first make I -
gave jwmvof prw>cnt -.t'Alled '] /deiV -cxjcct anything like unity of \'il'WI on the subject know that such Whom the Gods destroy, they a corporals guard of Hards." it is that the gentleman shall be estop
an
vaj andjomed the attempt,
Fn-e-SoilsUuidarJ. I as colleague been made mail and
my The had ,
the Denlllcrau TLose of I of 11a\'er amongst nHmlwr of the Democratic party: mad. party There deluded in from back of the record in
ped
who Lave tinee tln-n I [Mr. \rJJr.I:Lrn has referred were a great many men going support
made a coalition ltd !! ] to, was made inI tedious and tiresome
*itb the Unflklo Ic\'er fXi and] was looked for by what ? It would be too .
1\'fr New York but their of his .
State of
the
leaders-they n"w form a part and that it holly unattairiille..e.' propped til'I the city of New York on (tho eve of the elec back and detail eyes are own ease.
\JI for to
gJl-rcdafU-. lluftlheir Buren party in the State of' y.'urci.inn&ittee. n:baai: of union, whojly) tx, discard tion. A trap was sprung there by certain individuals an operation me the time go when XewYOlk's open now.) They know they are arraying This, then, is the position of parties in'the'
what occurred at
5T : own h tidard abandoned that subject from the platform of Democrat prinei.pies but if the themselves against a Democratic Administration. State of New York. The Administration
own friendB :: they constituted
and for the wVe Hards" left the other wing
unitcd tLe of oflioc and patronSL leaving crery one t the enjovment of hm J i- :I of New York' wllI much loved citizen They know that Democracy" is no has been unjustly assailed by Hards of that
Rj'f 'ree.Soilcn--thue} j say, God bless them and for what ?
II
men *Ln 'idul.iCwt and ojiinioqs. WE CAN ACT DEMOCKAT8WHATEVEK I of this Capital to home-
in fcT7 a&id truly' if WITI -I fur there but go ideal word.: They know it means something, I State. Sir, the position of the Democracy
was
!
please. fur a corporal's of them
you in
guard
O.D c. ,t$) .*nce Luc dCM I TI1EJU. \ES IV IUO\lt: TO 5L\'Ft. and I lie left the position which he occupied order and that it has its lodgement in principle and in New York to-day is one of profound ha-
r1.tJd !I
r..r the I MAT BE, if in other sound they were .
and
r. 4 of prcft't'D\4'Ot have l\ viiU re'pect* we regret that traveling\ r thorns, and thistles I to lead the hosts of !the Democracy in .
now noRUm the tike Free you Lye not thought proper to infirm us whether} and biiers, and in prickly places. It is influence that if there is dissatisfaction at all-and where miliation.

K ew Yerk.L the CaWt GC''t'rall''icrw.AdrniuilltratJou' in J you iiiMHt, on the 'adoption of your view on the subject true that it was sent forth by telegraph to the 18-11, through \\\hos James K. great Polk.I 1 must there not be dissatisfaction when a (,art I cannot view without the deepest pain the

I excuse the gentleman I a a tel of lh"acrfr,1 or a jirfrryiiititr 1lOf rural districts that tho Stale was cart ied in behalf is swept into power by so large a majority position occupied upon this floor by: mat
bimself coalition then but !
desire was lac- breach
we to ascertain a stood in the ;
branch of that division-that from one a yourviewtupi.ntiatp.intj') tious organization and Silas Wright ?-if there is dissatisfaction, they must great sovereignty ,upon whose banner h-
i i. the "Sofia" I This was the olive branch which held calling on Democrats when IS,Hi rolled around, the same men who
who sustain the Administration was to defeat the stifle this hunger of the heart" until an opportunity scribea Excelsior," and which boa**, among -
in New out to those who had been I'ree-Soilers in ticket; but all that amounted to the Hards" in New York. put the
York and the Cabinet of General ___ nothing. Powerful ate now comes around for gratifying it.- her sisters the prowl name of the
Pierce." 'I 1848 a doctiine appeals, too, were madeto assassin to his throat,
"
bioad the of the
Wilmot
: a" as knife political
I do not charge him with IJroviso" gentlemen this Then what is this but a mere .s'plitfcn. the "Empire Stte"Ii
anything Of that ti1and iuelf. This was extended to the upon floor who are now acting and let his blood run forth. alone 1 I seewiln w&si
bat with entirely the reverse. But set of men who with the "Hards" to the ticket but in spoils, and spoils am only surprised is humiliating pertfcac-.
far as the definition of "Soft so had separated tleCsrlvtF it oppose I It was this that stirred up the masses that gentlemen of the ability and positionof ity these questions hare bee dragged, feiio
is concerned .;o U pleae, they supported the ticket that had been I of blood
frou the Democratic joint. York. Maddened at the sight .
Here ;
in"other resf>ect8, I shall endeavor to fasten t lat parly. ly nominated. If other New my friends should lend themselves to such the debates upon this iO r. FaeUort baa
it gentlemen did I shed and
upon the gentleman.Now .scnLemal-mJ re81Jected friend, [Mr. leave them to not, which had been thus innocently base uses. I am not surprised that sOme gentlemen done its work. We are unable
then, it will be idle for for ers CUllUfJ") .010t'd Will'I theiz (the l'ree.OI. uents. account for it to their coubtit- which cried aloud, like the blood of Abel! forvengeance shonld herald forth what the voice ofNew influence-,-we are mtabfe to evfbre,aer n*

me a moment a lurln,a Co:l lon, W I he now so upon those who had! shed I it, they York will be when called: to terests in this body-interests ,whose .r
to h speak.I i.por.tance
deny, that in 1818 the great Demo. mout s a b out, Illd ICI I proceed now to read from the in York and upon
extended New ,
cratic party in New York wa divided- in II' upon which 1 they tl broad. niat.I our State which has recently drawn the paper sword }became the Barnburners! endeavored of to; am not surprised at that but I am surprised demands and ealh badly.for attsvSo*..
die rlifrllt J. 'But as radical Democrats, carryout when I look around to the I want to banish these tifficmhJesfresatai
twain. Perhaps it would be conmiUee of the 01 IU. against the Administration and me see position *
more to other thrown internal affairs
,etate,tbe facts in the case. A proper would not union wiug of the I par 1 J' the scabbard mean the away his policy in regard to the and assumed by some gentlemen here f. almost I flaiL I desire that oar battles she* -**.
very great majority Albany debt
defined Argusto of our State, rescuing it from shrunk the other when I saw fought within,the limits of State., .1
of that party,,which bad been Democratic even. They and sTde es terls,' shoyv how they, at that lime, viewed this oft" day gen. oar mnr
when the votes were counted not ; and the two comniit.es Ju u union that had' been perfected. "The deep damnation of his taking men rise upon the floor and congratulate thgentll.man want to rea&oreharmOD1., $,? I 1
fotnid were Wen> 'u t 10 Immediatelyafter Democratic loved from New York [Mr. Crrriso] thus place the delegation -from o*r Stese>
to have voted for Mr. Van Buren. I1flflOtgong separate Just before they did the union was formed the Argus of It was not that the party :
< honorable I separate, the Sep but that it loved Silas when he finished his remarks. I said to myself were.they may watch over'lhe: esaisiiBisvterests
to 'pass upon that question, be- gentleman from. the city of tember 19, 1848, said: Lewis Cass less. ,
anse the York introduced the New The disastrous results of did that congratulation come from Virginia ofthetate.wbic.ws imiiessUI, sad
lUlute of!limitations has The desire of the Democratic Wright more.
run against following resolutions maw i h unioa
it; but I am oing to follow the To show h 0 he and / .- This is the great object and scope of the union 1848 came round, and passed a"8Jbutthe f-from Virginia, that named President over that of lbs .. .' -I waanothing"
of or
course ;
tveTntI from"nMS down in be desired ,uuiou aeuIPSed., read the*? little combined ticket Botb divisions have declared theirpositions party was read,.. They.were ready when Pierce at the Baltimore convention ; Virginia more* *!*, ;*.*. -. :i:** J
order
ahat wu donej UDcmocratjc, to see tions : shal resolu. on the slavery qucntiou. Nothing can be the moment came to unite at once toifcternire svhG stood godfather to him ? Did, Vir. I do hope f tbt' Uwwioetler*" may act: bV :, ,

1e earLy at .Thu convention and more explicit nor. iu our jodgweut more liberal,junt. ( proper-ut once, even with those men ginia rile.upon this floor and sympathize with brought here>rA>eisioILeiiir' :: Oi'-

$ qg! as tht-ae to coodlwto and, having chatwt d all Lobt the Democratic than the position taken unatiioiouarj band red that they would the man who had been sending fbrtkdenun battles at.home.jmLaot herein JJ..r1ftll.'oo'
,gentlemen nesiu hoi the differe, by Democratic,;State convention at Home whose were so I .
and
tIlt" defeat were under the President, and in thfc eOBoeetK* ,Urea*.tfce.nL .
or C..ill 1848 let hare unfortunately te Democratic uuannnoue1ftnftinned by the State norn'matin" '" The multitudinous KM incarnardiiier : dation against charging :

they rie"'e::Thoso whom us let bow and the oonreotioo at the Baptitt Chur hating party.re vention at Brnwnse--* position \. liich will not be"con de. Making the green-one red." his Administration with. being coalition,? lions* Jto A* fact. 4fca that*.. 1In" "",it

Iiithe State of .Newok they flow can traltorj jected tl orxrtvrti made l u them th viete to trevre parted from, will Dot be needlm/! thrust forward. That is the position things. ,1'ow.'ht and those who I constituted it with being of :been dragged in here by no, gtetlrmitf...,

1849..succeedin 4lie Presidentjj, In the fall etytct, and tbu .et.huiq thereby Well, air, in order that there might f he what a commentary, OP the histo- doubtful orthodoxy I louging.tbat pertlpo'a?.**paiiy i rf4a .
; result no picture -
. tb r IJ0g two separate 'organizationl election; te raie t aocomplieb body of a th. Denaoerac/: throughout the by misunderstanding opoa the,unbject of this nn- 'I a rv.I have'bcrn giving ,the!! language! of the 'I shut the sight from mv,eyes tbeSIe..ti :j S 'tffjjr J fc o *** &* -

Stllt, the state committei of in that ge now compelled to ajor without ion. a gentlemen who was nn the ticket- that I Gentleman, [Mrs CUTTi o.l] Here i i. the Mr.: BAYLY, of Virginia tWiil.the gentlemau ,Again say that we waitt.g. : -.

utIfiIIled two conrpntions each, organi- been abe to .ntablwb rlu' f b fun'in, was called the Cfinton>or' Cooler; ticket'in I I plefnre( painted by hn:1 eU. Oil,.Bad rommeo., j allow me ? .' dispute from; .lIi.i ..t ftlfi

to meet at d, That we apl to our brethrcu lb- ,our State last faU- went homo from thiS anv- Lrj! I have shown how he acted to form Mr. H jllE:3. ,Certainly f i ;I? will give not want.the ;Iu& .! .- j .T..t&1

w .
.
.
I



I
.
"
,. .
-



-. "._ .
.
,
_
.
:.
-
I S ,
.
'
.
'\, ''b \ :
t
: ,.
I
a- .
,., ', ." ". > -j.I -
.. ., .. .... -- -, "
I M M i -i JT ; _.
il of I [ i '
dmwiag
the :
di.tinctionsIcla iJ'
recnnimt'itd.ilion of Mr. Dickii.sou fur a place d ek-- !, t"U Yew York PelitflPOMk Mr. -- ;.,
L of .. ; ourlk .i
lMqa with
gtotlfam: save attempted to drAw, i in the Cabinet. cl bf Ib as Mend, for w.tab it that LATER PROM EUROPE -

. let a*amjr, we IN gentlemen who were Cass Mr. prvsrtil LANE. anxiety t b(16t r up a rotten cause you rne- Wit the view'of piscine ou readers,..whig a any Northern man who stand*the test without skulking :
I nderctood thegentleman's self
Agaiu : by the side of those thrive
' Democrats 1848 coming here as SofU in "' 0 ouly by deludingthe democrata. i the possession of authentic facts relating will do to tie to, while those who(flinch may a* AU vAL sIJit.-
: this HoaM. Atid colleague [Mr. Cutting] to say, unsuspecting. Thi advice i i given .free gratisfor the now existing the ranks well be at
:1j again, we find others, who ho other day, that that wing of the Democratic t ce 1 o the dropped once. They won't do.
nothing. ,. '..-. Ktw
f Barnburners in we from the V
ware 1648 Y-k democracy copy WashingtonGlobe
: coming here now ATLANTIC.
in New York
culled Hards The _
; as Hard. in this Home. party administration is tr.teDe by' the.8<*litl of ib) 20th January a speech delivered in the Eighth of January Celebration. >. ._
separated from Mr. Van Buren
i [Cries of Name them!" Name them !f'] his declaration the immediatelyafter annexation \ith.popular the"editor's fancy 'R House Representatives, on the 19th, by Bo Thu. Among the many letters from distinguished democrat -
against. that desired catastrophe the alleged omission a, of b and out of received and V Laomr., .
{iJ Mr. of-Texn- i Hughes, the 16tb Congressional District of.that Congress read at the ..
} HUGHES. The U. S. mail
; Gentlemen find democratic somewhere steamship AUaoti r 'ir"baa
meeting
can out m to endorse "
Kentucky State. Tammany Celebration of the ever glorious tai
II\ i's their names in private conversation. I do Mr. HUGHES. think that it is not so. Mr. Outhrie I that tofjy'88'piciou Many important fat* will b gthere from I Eigbth arrived at New York.from.Li..rpool, ,
Verily is of
January, tbe of
that It anniversary England' defeat'atthe
i Dot choose to call Mr. LANE. Did the State of New York ipeeeh. will be seen that Hard be left on the 1 Ith !nt _
names. circumstance, aud one which,to tbe' epe&: hands of the ,Liviaroot VEPTag. -
.. i Lave denounced the Soft having been free. hardy yeomanry of America we aam.-Th. ;
for Boilers
[R..eweclcrie.or I. vote Mr. Van Burcn afterwards in the "rmnrffc--i; j
con.
Name them
!2" !
t I Let's enced, *eem* pregnant with di"t"b* : vention ) were
baN i violently
&lie .ea f' but when our shall oppood bl, wa.fair. aDd bolder wer. flrafah. .
,f' !' Mr. HUGHES: ,H gentlemen insist Mr. IIURGES. Yessir. There aregen- until his beard Deibbr h Urri 4..wMfMfal I t the extension of slavery a*the SofU, and that grew. ,from thi* State: .to..tt* trade.-tb. **.WtW'tV .- ,

i MOMS I wiU five them. .My colleague upon[Mr. tlemen now. upon this floor, acting with the shall have become get"gwo"-i oe word. .te only red difference between them'wa/not u'to from Hon.A.E.J/azwe/7, M. C/V m FIn*.* comprised 17,000 bale, of whiob f'tatem-ta; I
a grave ::potent principle of WASIIISGTOX, Jan..6. 18M, 2.000 and exporter 1,000leavlng LL *?*
; WBSTBUMMK] was Cass Democrat i in 1848 Hards who sustained Mr. Van Buren, af. th'abtract D-xteio but a* to making / *. < l. *
him of the Fhridian, he will learn th _of founding GxcrLxxE1Your descriptions to the trade. |
. folly that principle a tet of favor of the 21st ult. honor
aDd ,now comes here as a Soft. My col. ter his letter on the annexation of Texas. 1 party fidelity.. It will be Fair Orleans wo
with quoted at
ing me invitation 81.
to
prediction such small We believe an join Tammany Society. C1ddIi.t
iaague [Mr. PICK] wu a barnburner in may say, that if ever I used up a good pair that upon te r len furthermore that while the Hards now refuse toaffiliate in celebrating the "Thirty-ninth Anniversary of the 6d Fair Uplands 6fd, and Middling Up.j
several
1848, and is now a Hard. of lungs it was in advocating the election of r popular elections bays transpired'since with the other wing, even after that wing has Battle of New-Orleans" is received. If my duties 5jd.The .

4 The CHAIRMAN. Tho gentleman must James K. Polk and the annexation of Texas. the ejection of Dr'5.and we some bow; bye a recanted its error and stands firmly upon the Datimre !- here did not forbid it would give me pleasure to be demand for Flour wa good IUd priestUl

fl' i 0 mention The idea that their result was an indication of popularopinion platform from 1848 up to the election of President present en an occasion so interesting to all American I advanced :1* 6d per .bJ, Canal being qnoUdjt 4u
names. Chair and
r.; calls the quite the reverse of that educed from the Kentucky i Pierce they patriots. It is well for us to cultivate and cherish a 'Ohio at 45* per bbl of 196 lb*. Teftnr ea'
I gentleman to order. Bought by every means t bring abut memory of the was worth 50s, and White
event of 52
great our history and per 480 Ibs.. Bica2
; a-
r Mr. oUliNion. Georgia and Mississippi expressed I i and cement a declaring in 1848 immcdiaUly mon< these bri k. .
: HUGHES. I have no disposition to Jflnrihian t& |0nrnal. runioD our national pride will ever point to the ,i
t.. mention names. aentmruta in characters 1 bold and legible, that: after the defeat of Gen. Case, their readinessto battlefof the Eighth January," as worthy of special The Circular of Mt"Nrs. Brown SJJpley nepes :

Mr. PECK. our cutemporary should able to read their verdict I art commemoration. It* moral result are yet that since the departure 01 the Niagara tlJe eot ,'
'i Do I understand my col. - -- b wit de.ot entirely regardlen of their the pav market $ .
lug pathway of our The iron hero was steady. but inanimate
.r league to say that I was a Baruburner in.. TALLAHASSE8atnrday : with his eyes shut There i D use for a Daniel t 1 vieWS on tint-try! That certainlyj: wa a most remarkable won it not only lived to progress.enjoy his fame then enrolled who lions. a& JOrmer.q#

) 18481! interpret that "hand-writing" was 8 clear and I I Iuomi.tabble declaration, and one not to b reconcile i immortal, but be lived to gain a confidence in the The Circular of Jame ., ,..

1 1 Mr. HUGHES. I so stated. February 4, 1854 that the Belsbarta-s of Whiggcry may r with their course at this late day.. It came from the i heart of his countrymen which called him to the political imports bereg freely 1feBeai.d bnyl.. ,_

"l t: Mr. PECK. I beg leave simply to deny well tremble a they gaze upon it lips of Mr. Cutting-the same gentlemen who now alleges arena, where he won the Statesman' crown selections the better grade a& a'shade UDd..
extreme
'
-- and rates of
'f the statement Finally, our neighbor in his salutatory add I that the administration stamped upon the policy of our Government an tb.previoo.WKk. The forthit ri '
TERMS. a a coalition, when in that b Breadstuff and the
Three Dollars if in i impress remain to it unsettled
1 per annum paid yet give character and en aspect .iEtttera,
Mr. HUGHES. AVell, sir, ifit be not so, advance; f 3 50 if paid within six months ofthe time promised to deal fairly and candidly by the administration truth the administration is doing no more than ery. ergy. To do honor to his memory i 8 every man's du fain created caution and limited operation .

J' ; then I have been misinformed. I have avery L of subscribing; and 4 0(1( at the end of the year. Advertisements of Gen. Pierce--censuring its act when in the isg out in good faith the principle ou which it was ty. To do honor to the statesman as well as the pat- The sale on Saturday the 7th bat were $,ooi e.

trr fresh recollection that the gentleman at L Oue Dollar per square of 12 lines for first editor's judgment they were obnoxious t censure, .n called into being. One of those principles not hero, i is the more agreeable privilege of those Monday 7,000. and on Tuesday, the 10th inst, a.-'
.. and 1 fifty Cents for all subsequent insertions. Announcements the meed of when entitled thereto wa embodied who adopt and cherish the Democratic hale, the market i ie closing firm.
c least acted with the giving praise -we in Republican
party or faction called I a pledge to resist the revival and Sun
of candidates Five Dollars each alvay.: consequent principle to which he was devoted, and which be il or TKABK.-In Manchester ahhongh JdaI
it Barnburners, in 1847. to be paid in advance. Religious Obituary and Mar ask him if he is abiding by his pledge We do not re-agitation of the questions settled by the lustrated. in moat of his action A* one of the same- were firmer.very little business wo trat.LTax : .

" t. Mr. PECK. In 1847 I did, but in 1848 1 I[ riage Notices, not exceeding 12 lines will be published expect him to deal tenderly with the President ; that but that solemn pledge Mr. Cutting cp.mil faith- with- him- I cannot but express the hope that- LONDON Uofxrer M&ury-.Cunso1s w,,'

.t :. supported Cau. gratis. urNo certificate of the publication of estate would be looking for too much, but we hove UM right other Hard leader utterly disregard and a the the purpose of your celebration a* unfolded in the ; and closed at 121. '". V.. ? .: 1
:j Mr. HUGHES. Then the or legal notices of any description will be given based 'his own unsolicited guarantee, t6eifeei ; bU communication accompanying the letter of invitation EuaoPUf LrmiJflKicT.-The report that Gt.t
gentleman was antil upon administration doe not side with them their with lied fleet had "
. the advertisiug fee is paid. i at which you honored me, be realized. entered the Black Sea wa eel -4
; i a Barnburner in 1847. I was quite sure be -- -- .- that the administration shall have justice done it. tA*I- tempt to re-introduce the brand of discord and sectional divisions that have no foundation may b principle Party, are The Russian Amboiaadora however, had not vih

I did at one time belong to the wing of the t Pensacola and Georgia Railroad. an honest man, occupy'iug a position of great rcJ sgitatioo, it i held up as"a coalition" and favor certainly to be deplored. Whether those to which drawn from London and Para. The Russian Aa'-a.

i L party to which I Belong, yet he now is acting bility, he is bun to render that much, nthng free But the you allude! are of this class it is not for me to deter sadorierepnrtedtobavesaid i that be would wsjt hv
The State Engineer Gen. Dancy, reached n io s.ier country c'nt fail see" farther iDII'ruction -
our city t mine. If local
with the other wing of the I have more is asked. We leave him to decide ybether, in merely in their character, person abroad -
: however party. in the middle of the present week, and will engage at who it is that are acting in good flitl. the administration have no concern with them but so far Russia ho refused to consent to the proposition e(
; a* .
alluded which they
the to
to the fact to show matters we have excepted, he has ob.
merely
I.[ under or the Had the are national in their character I Austria that there should be a Protects
that the once, order from the Executive in making a i Uad policy of the former can see but one posi European
party is so divided in the State of served this rlt. embraced tion proper for those who adopt the 'Baltimore rate over the Christian in Turkey-the Czar hoviof
and
reconnoisance for the Pensacola and I Len seconded by the Hards plat
New York, it is so split up, as to make it impossible contemplated cordially form as their nile doctrine. TM present .A mmi,. stated that he will consent& to no interference betwtea
Georgia Railroad. The will first examine there can no sort of question but that the democracy himself and
Engineer b
:I to separate them into distinct factions Congress. tration should be inttaintd. No principle of I the plat. Turkey.:
:( the from Tallahassee West would not only now have been perfectly form has been violated There had been three skirmishes
! now, and the attempt ought not to be country to the Apalachi- M. } promised bill to the impreg -no policy it sanctions or recommends slight on the DonS
made under the circumstances cola River, and then proceed Eastwardly to such pointor f1orya prop.ing repeal cable, but that free-soilism in all its phases, whether: discredited. The rights of the States the ube between the Turk and Russian, in which A.
that exist. act an act duties former had been .
... concerning tonnage o under the right of person wherever the individual successful.It
have
of
. AU I ask now is, that New York shall be point as circumstances may render expedient We Spanish vessels," was introduced by him in tbe Senate would have leadership been Seward. or Gerritt Smith.I been-the right of property.. whether b slaves may, lands, is reported that the Turks bad termed KankaL
left to tako of herself far trust that this movement is such a commencement as etnmglCI! dead and buried. This or other estate-all the This is probably true, but the statement
care so as her poJitical o the l January and referred to the Committeeon rights secured and guaranteed wont.coo-
R. divisions are concerned. I repeat, that will encourage the friends of the enterprise to renewed Commerce.t was the object of rellutio at Baltimore and i it by the Constitution-have been recognized, and the firmation.
and was to effect this consummation purpose avowed to maintain and Russia had warned the shipping not to venture outofpnrtuulessundertbeprut.ctionofaeosjr7.
efforts enforce
It is a matter entirely out of this arena-that will have a tendency to enlist every r most devoutly to b them and
On the 24 ih, Senator that -
made
Dougla* further when .
it does County in the Middle b hearty co-operation. a report vlebed that the President in the bestowals of office purpose, necessary, promptly acted upon. V
. not belong here. Let us settle oar the Nebraska This is all desire of Egypt on hearing of the af-
Bill
-t.; ._ on bringing in au important amend i we can ; and if I am not greatly Bmop.
own Qimcuuies nome ana let pursued_ n policy 1 catholic and conciliatory. He mistaken. nled fair.. immediately ordered\ the Minintntmt of a lrat
at us come together intnt, which is thus referred the i every niirtvmp cr<> and fffitrt or our ----.
here as representatives of the same Wreck of the Day. t by Union:- simply recognized as "o thy those who accepted in President have been directed to those d.n That he 2 corvettes,and 3 brigs, to replace those destroyed.

common interest throwing aside the faction. The Wakulla Times of Wednesday, contains an ex "The amendment proposed by Mr. Douglas on yesterday good faith that resolution, and were for ignoring all has lent himself to Free-Soilers, or other factionists, The report of the insurrection of the Watiathisn.
is -
; al difficulties which separated us at home.- tractfrom the log-book of the steamer James L. Day to the true was meaning intended and to remove operation all of room the for Compromise douljl l as future discussions of the slavery question in Congressor or reasonable ha sympathy man can believe.with their All views his public and designs life contradict no peasantry The Persian confirmed.in Teheran have broken ont in DIar-

So far as I am concerned, I pledge myself to giving an account of the manner in which she became of 1850. It declares that. by the principles of lost out of it" But Mr. Hughes reveals another feature it. AH! bis declarations contradict it. All r cti against the Russian, and the British Chirr.

atand upon the platform adopted by the Bal. j wrecked. The Day sailed from Apalachicola ou the Compromise, the Missouri Compromise was superse' of the war which will strike the reader showing the. his anxious desire to maintain the Baltimore Platform, d'Affaires. Mr.Thompson,.baa r.aimeeL''" ") V

timore convention of j 852. I pledge myselfto 27th for St. Marks, and reached the usual anchorage ded and therefore, that the re-enactment of tbjyepiociple ,bjpocrisy of the Hard i a more unenviable light- ,jo its full integrity, contradict it. No man receive with Persia. :
b the Nebraska bill renders the MTssiriComprinihe : hi* favor or countenance who is not now cleansed from The King of Belgium ha* sent an aotofraph letter
support its provisions. I believe myself i ground in St Marks' harbor at3p.ro. At8p.ru.a From the clamor raised, the country was led suppose -I the by a special to Louis
act inoperative. It is designed t stain of Free Soilism, and who does not stand messenger Napoleon, on th*
to be as good a democrat as any other, and heavy squall came on, wind from the North and blow. fore, to carry out in good faith the principles, Le. that, in the language of our neighbor. in the dir the same platform with him and the honest Democracy npon prospect of a war. It* content, however hav.not ..

I know no reason why I, or any other democrat i ing a gale. Comp e of 1850; and .such it cannot tulto distribution of the offices .everything was yielded of the country. transpired, but it is surmised that it is another denies

should be ostracised, and it seems that We copy the following from the log.book-Veucl support of all democrats who are stand t UM Softs and nothing to the Hards." What are Believing the position of the President and his Administration i, oftthe Cur to gab tune. i

'. those who have charge of tho distribution of bad out 50) fathoms of chain to keep ship from dredg i ing faithfully and sincerely upon the Compromise of the fact t Mr. Hughes that of the to be such as I have stated I cannot hes France ha called out an additional contingtatrf
1850 final and says six.svcatba itate to him eighty thousand men to replace the thooNsd
I give cordial
a settlement
l ing, which brought the ship much the a permanent of the slave a support; and I am sure in seventy
these side ;
.j matters see no good reason for it.- nearer west appointments in the State have been taken from the this I but destined for Turkey.
of the narrow channel, but laying iu of ry question. We cannt but regard the policy of the, follow the course of the great Southern Democracy .
.' Why then should this subject be agitated further under ordinary circumstances to keep pleuty her afloat at water administration directly involved in this question.' Hunkers, or from among those who supported Gene with which I am associated. That one who Prussia is concerting a course. of action with Pea-

1 f time of the tide; but the wind druve most of the water any Tat policy looks to fidelity to the Compromise of While the President, he says, appeared to pursues a policy sanctioned by Jackson and adheres mark and Sweden in view of the eoniing war.
The
" I have thus tried, in a spirit of harmony out of the harbor, leaving the ship at 4 a. m. with as an eweiitiul requisite democratic orthodoxy.'r concede that those who shared in the conflict were to a platform approved by Jackson, should be remembered return.Russian sailors co leave have been sanmoMdto
but The proposition of Mr. is a practical executionof and applauded iu a society convened to honor
and conciliation, to run over the ground that training 3 feet water alongside she ; at 0 a. m. finding the ship the prilcplllof Dugl4 Compromise and therefore I entitled to share in the spoils, yet.he was very care the memory of that illustrious man, will be most fit Norway has determined to fit oat a squadron of
heavily laden
:.i-, gentlemen had thrown oat before us, and to prudent to let the water being out heavily the toilers to, thought her it cannot redld by the adminitratio a a test ful that positions of what was called trust,in the State and becoming. The example of the great and true i is twelve ship in view approtthing event,a. litU.sympaUiy .-

,4 answer the objections that had been raised to amidahip; hog brace separated decks raised ease, Ac. of democratic orthodoxy. The democracy I New York, should be put into { those only useful to be wisely followed. All honor to the for Russia exists among the Norwegian
. that of the and 7 ; on this proposition will dissipate forever the charge of th bd.o memory of the departed patnot, and to such as profit In England the enorrooos rise io the price of food
wing party with which I act If at a. m. commenced leaking badly set oil liana, who had been CaN democrat in ? In baa caused apprehension of disturbance the
free-soil I 188. by the lessons of his among
i'til there should be other difficulties cooks, stewards firemen and others, to sympathies s recklessly and pertinaciously Hu1' history. '
any in the removing cargo urged against the administration own District, out of some eighty post masters Very respectfully. laboring clasoca-indeed, bread-riot have 1readY
'.ilJ minds of gentlemen which I have touched from the bold on deck; pumps kept constantly going. I by our whig opponents l0 commenced in part*of Devonshire. Women and ehtf
not
At 8 a. m. 3 feet water mhip, steam disconnected ; whilst it will take from di"Rfl'tiu In our own it. all but-* are old Hunkers, who voted the Hard A. E. MAXWELL.To "
:.1 i upon, I would, if I knew what they pipe ranks the last of a r ticket L V. Fowxra, Esq, Grand Sachem : were, en by the strain; could not get up steam. At 9 o'. vestige pretext ( it opposition/ I at the last election-aud yet the Hards have YorIO.I dows of din bakers. The market people were attack

"c, deavor to disabuse their minds of them. clock a. m. 4 feet water in the bold; kn'JCklldoffhoisr In the House ou the 24th, Mr. Maxwell made a fur the effrontery to stand up in the face of facts to the ed. and provision were kicked about.the "ftm.The -

';.h t- Mr. STANTON, of Kentucky, (interrup iug cargo, having removed aud saved dry must of the cjble and able speech in IJlal of the policy hitherto contrary and denounce the administration as having Denied.-The New York Jlerald having charged police being unable to cohen the noter*,IM nut-
f As the freight. I called .
ont
ting.) gentleman from New York invites itary were
'l inquiry, in order to the minds -: Saturday 28th. Tide raised in ship as fast as outside pursued in relation to making grouts of land for railroad f\ore tbejSofts to their exclusion! Southn that Gen. Pierce wrote a letter in 1848 to a New In France the Martinis de Turgn ho* been appoio-,V_.

those satisfy of ; at 10 o'clock a. m. steamer Spray came aluug. purposes. The subject' is ne of deep interest to e too, regardless of the truth a exhibited in the i I York Van Buren ratification meeting, in which he ted Grand officer of the Legion Honor on oceans :
in doubt
J with his permission I propose, side to put on board St. Marks freight and pnesvn'gers. the constituents of that gentleman and Ur.M. not )'Icord, echo the slander, and gravely tell their readers sympathized with the Buffalo men, and having alleged of having been wounded br Mr. Soule.
";; .2 to address to him a simple inquiry, which, to I 10 a. m. tide raised so much that ship partly b Young Sonic ho published long letter -
a
' failed! to present it in the lightWe iat. everything yielded to the So/la/ and nothing that the letter was b the possession John Cocbrane ciiJaJnag
I
strongest i
(i1if. my mind involves the pith of the whole straightened; caulked steam-pipe and got up steam. Jibe the difficulty between himself and the D k* of AJba.
. '1' I: seek.information, and want question. to 12 m. water as high ill ship as outside; hired steam: shall endeavor to lay his remarks before our readers '1 th Ban 8 fur from this being true, however Surveyor of the Port of New York,Mr.Cochrane publishes It is said that the Bormeae have ree pt.ed gu.

. i know what really boat Spray for the sum of f 150, provided *he pulled in our next We cannot too warmly) not the facts show directly the reverse F in the Herald a denial of the material allega From China we learn thai the bfurgcote have.va4nated

. which he are the principles of the party to, the ship off, to take the hawser and try to AVmt us.- the course our representative has pursued.cmme Instead In publishing the speech of Mr. Hughes, we are not tion. Mr. C. says that Gen. Pierce wrote a letter in Amov. and that the Imperialist had perpetrated
{: professes to belong and whose 1 m. guing, in horrible
p. pump gaining on water ship. a massacre there
Spray
sition he advocated so ably today. The pp.jt53 tned to pull us of. and moved ship 15 feet At 3 p. of consuming the time of the House, after the faxhioo to b understood as having the eligneat syn pithy I response to the nominations of Martin Van Buren and -
m. gaining water in of others by indulging iu with him or the party be We simply Henry Dodge made at (Utica on the 22d June 1848
t 1-1 inquiry desire to propose is this: Will the pumps on ship continued to "'oik s many a harangue oa a repretnt. Effort are being made inJaeksonvillaet7lollJ&, '
' i" delegates from New York who the engine; wind light water around the ship 6 feet she matter of uo moment lie has uddrcreed himself to a giv bit speech as embodying a correct hbtory of the j;I but that after expressing "kindly personal remembrances to erect a Presbyterian Church.Tallahassee .

:i 1'' party In that State called Softs vote represent to drawing 6| feet At 10 p. m. ship laying easy, tide question of practical consequence in which all the various phases of the New york quarrel. From our I of persona enrolled among the radical democracy V
apply raising pump kept constantly going.and .
Spray alongside frontier and land States examination of the whole matter, sympathy would ," bf disapproved of their object and action. "I
: are interested.
I the
principles of the compromise act of 1850) ready at high water to assist us. At 11 p. m. directly i Muket.'I
I 't 1 to the Territry of Nebraska, when the bill to with assistance of Spray floated ship took pilot and Ex.Gov. Smith, of Virginia, made a speech on the seem to be wasted upon either party. A* we have should add,"remarks Mr. Cochrane"that its exclusion

:r4: organize that Territory shall come in this went up channel; snip having come back partly tooriginal 26th o New York politic, urging the New York'I alleged from the beginning ii is purely a scramble for from the published list of letters from distinguished COT1'ON.-Febiwy 4,IBM.-The high pies.fbreadstuffa *)

" ;: House up ; shape, found that our pump would keep her Democrats to the and stated, : the spoils. The &of the ) ew York plitican.so gentlemen, when any the least favorable was included. and the probabilities of.war io Europe*
.uppor acmili8trutio
free.
End the
A- i day. it is said as we can discover, to borrow has confirmed that Gen.Pierce's together with an unusual amount of depression ia our
always
the an impression
; Mr. HUGHES. I am very much obliged I I Sunday 291h. Commenced with pleasant weather; by authority!of the Cabinet, in the course f frm a my domestic
::.rL to the gentleman for asking the question,aud II I wind N.: E. East At 12 m. got up steam, and at 1 p. of his remarks, that the Administration were united ginia ctemprary. seem to want but two things, and letter was decidedly) ngainst us." market, have canted the good demud thai

,;. I can see the purport ofit at once. But the m. got under weigh and proceeded up to St Marks. in favor of the repeal of the Missouri Compromise. A these they want most lamentably-that is, I existed during the week but put to almost .entixmly.

::1!?' gentleman asks me now to give him information Arrived at same 3,40 p. m; making fast to the meeting of the New York Democratic bad principles and office. The Hards would have been a I Sea Islands- subside. The transactions for the week have betolia-

4'T t on a point about which constituents free banks; ship not leaking badly one pump keeping her been held the previous day and bad delegtio contented as mice in a meal tub bad Dickinson been i In Savannah these cottons range from 25 to 38 cents, ited to the sale of only 426 bole*,at rang.ofpuriceshich
discharged wind
my pilot from S. E. ,
light variable dtde toopp'tbe in Charleston there bus been a slight decline from the w show decline of full all
to
. 'U1 when they sent me here, knew nothing at all, in latter part of day. Nebraska Bill, which Induc t placed in the Cabinet and the S<>fts been denied aqle prices of the previous week the being from 17 a i loa descriptions.

. ,; and to be the exponent of their views on that On Monday hut a Board of Port Wa-dens and Cap administration t authorize Mr. Smith to make the bone. To us of the South it is of little rue to 18 cents.-Florida .rio.. range On yesterday buyers were unwilling to operate un-

:,8 question. The gentleman at the commencement tains of vessels, having been called at the of statement and appeal which he did. At meeting mieoce whether Hards or Softs munch the loaves and Remarking on the above paragraph the Charleston leN a farther decline could be obtained but ia .najority

k J1. 1; of his inquiry, wanted to know what are the Captain of the Day after careful examination request it is said that all the sons and several tat of the Hards ib.but it i is a different affair altogether when we Standard lays-We would respectfully suggest that of instances sellers refuMd to rabnut sad_aV. V "
l the views of the pronounced to IIi. sated unite with the Thuds in the some of our Charleston Merchant who deal in SeaIslands. market closed with the following .: OrdiBsrj-
wing of the party in New her agreed oppose the Bill It seems that both t opposing r&d-
entirely unseaworthy and condemned her It : furnish an article on this subject for publica i
L. $ to Good Thsw.
York to which .belo are willing to the BUoistration, limply because one appointment out of to Middling l 7T ; Middling .
: apply
: g u being in no condition for sea service; and u there principles of the Compromiseof tiou. The difference above exhibited, and the possibility -

rt4i: ; $fr. 8TANTO&, The gentleman Is mista are no Jacilitie for repairing her at St Marks, recommended 1850 to Nebraska, but are unwilling to thf every, six i withheld from them and given to the that it may result injuriously to their interests ceJpte b the city amount to6-1ft.'I1ptsiwt. .. 1... t'f'I'I:i.,.:

,' ken. I asked him how the her to be told fcr the benefit of all concerned. Missouri retritio leaving the rep South. We can see no principle involved i b such A especially and the mercantile community generally, o e7bsieethesaai.timelsetyw." -1. *. .
delegates from I, qUCti t demand special notice. The Florida trade i* too important SXA IauxD.-Dut little bqniry.baa been ms fcr- '- ,
l New York would vote on that subject The Captain of the Day chartered the steamer Spray ter judicially determined (r the new compromise elfish and ib. warfare, and hence we stand by to admit of a failure to correct error or disprove this description daring the.week, few .aaI. bats

f.1 ,r Mr. HUGHES. I understood the gentle to take the mails, passengers and freight intended for does away with the ol J one or not I i th opinion of the P ed.nt wh voted for by the South to do, statements which may have been erroneously been effected at from 15 to 16e. L4H. .

i f man and I- t to show where we stand.loe .- Cedar Keys- and Tamna.which- vessel left on Wednesday. all the leading SuUler paper that such .M the--- C something else besides distribute the plunder.Significant. I propagated. _ _ -

r.: party calling itseli the tiaras adopted The passengers and part of the freight for Key West I is Mr. Douglas's opinion also. But .there ext The New York Heraldeays that Martin Koeta ho I CONSUMPTION every bodj knows.la.
1;.: certain resolutions and doubt on the subject it is proposed to them'I a nattering disease. It commence and jprogre**.assnaiduously .
among others one en. were shipped by the bark Cleolia which Bailed for remove : been engaged by the proprietor of a daguerreotype
We ventured the remark hut week that Northern i ia1oonin that before'ooe is aware of it, the toga
by in
dorsing the President's inaugural. The New York via Key West, on the same day as declaring terms that the Miuour restriction usupercedtd s that city. They intend to teach him their
par. of sudden
then
thes its are a mas u/en. a oeLg a-
had lost
called the Wbiggery not yet antipathy slavery art and when he shall have become expeaore
by t gratis,
w ty the Softs adopted the same resolutions Spray. principles the Compromi of perfected from beat to cold produce an isfta'.sati.a, and fa*
:1850. and would not let the occasion presented by the N. i in it they will give him a set of apparatus with whichhe
I' indorsing the President's inaugural; i few day* or weeks,it i.said he or she died of hatj
I4q but The I b mska Bill pas without showing its teeth As a can travel through the country. C CONSUMPTION. For all troubled with cough or
$ they went farther, ,and indorsed his administration nomination of Hugh Archer, Esq. u Collectorof .ig .

$ 4.w', down to that period. That is the the Port of St Marks, was confirmed by the Senate The New York Courier Enquirer ha a brief Det indication of what may be expected, we quote Special Correspondence of the Enquirer. lonr complaint we thi would refer of to the advertietnens.on Ckem-al Extract ..
the outside of *
review of t be following flat-footed from the paper Jodpn'
12LT4 only difference between their platforms.- on the 19th January. Governor Fote's message to the LegisU- paragraph New The Adnunittration and tkt Missouri Compromi of"Cberry and Lungwort; which i.Mid to jb.certab a

Now, the gentleman asks me what will be Redfield'. Domination as Collector of the Port ture of Mississippi previous t his begin to California, York Mirror-* paper which b hitherto been a. lit Repeal Fanned The Cavneofthe jTaroV. cure for thi. awful of with 'i; the most conservative of all the Northern and What will it betWAHWOTO for all m.a.e..01.
1Fa1 done upon a subject which has not been agitated New York wo confirmed by the Senate on the 26th concluding the following paragraph: i Whig Sofit- V the great remedy .

4-;'& in any shape or form, and to which we ult. The vote stood 36 to 8. The ruling passion is strong in death, and Mr- pressesWhen !,J.23;1864. boh-. :.
hare not turned our attention. I can only Foote in retiring from the Governor's Chair pour rob leading Southern politicians betrayed their It i ie known JIO'W. beyond all doubt that the Administration -
a fo of flowery rhetoric and useless i ngratitude to tbe North by Webster and I rI is b favor of an amendatory clause b the S -bls.
cay, in answer to his question, that if when Our neighbor ef the Sentinel it mistaken in imagining -! wi perhaps go for toward verbae people of illlmore at Baltimore the Mir betraying came to the conclutost Nebraska bill. repealing the Missouri Compromise.In .- ip

: i that; aabjcet shall be investigated, the measureto i that the editor of the Fhridian auumed or intended !iluipp to the IO of their somewhat noted fellow a that it wo time for elastic concession to Southern my note to you yesterday I Stated that such PORT OF ST. MARKS.

which he refers shall be found to be in accordance to assume a" patronizing tone" in the advice be ,. Foote' insufferable egotisms digbtI interest to end. When the noblest oft wonld surely be its course,and to-day, I hear from undoubted -
m iaess were never more a North have ptrt that such i is the fact A eownltation ARRIVED:
sacrificed
with sound constitutional and Democratic ventured to to the Sentinel conspicuously wh themselves topreenr authority!
give hut i
doctrine then ihe"Softs" week. A* be the document now t I integrity of the Compact Levi ha been had npon the nbject and aaeh. the Jan.26.-Brig Taveneur, H.J. Le f er.New Tor'-
of New wa a new beginner we merely wished to give him a the I Men sold t first by a Feer fixed understanding. .Jan.27.-U.S.Moil Steamer James L.Day.Sfluthf
York will be found standing side by side with hint that he would lose nothing by tWig' understanding Perhaps editor of the Courier bad not read i. out by a OYtt.t, BaIt i This a ion'it It perfect hatmcxt1'nth 'every ante- New Orleans. '

the gentleman from Kentucky; and r do not' a subject before be discussed it If tbi be treason benhe pn this prph the Uoernorarigma. to leave Sf Abitiont O the"one side tb, eedent and act of denl; Pierce His whole life I CLEARED.Jan. .

v4t; "allow myself for a moment to believe that role D to u*' that and the fight out their ha been one of undeviating devotion to the Contitntionb *
make the most of it. It seems, however that our lo 8eicnt o .obe. t and trictet interpretation. In; 26.- Magnolia, Davis Charleston tit
its
there will be any hesitation, any going back, advice baa bad a salutary effect The editor doe not insufferable egotism and flightiness," that production own the .Missouri. meantime. we mean t stick t view of this severest and of hIS subsequent action. all demon I Walter Walker with 418 bale cotton 7 .. aod' "
i is hard beat Compromise to the
or any thing of that kind; and I have no his t I 860 which an Cmpmi throwing doubt the mo8rity of hill fidelity to 1 trunk merchandise. V _
repeat erroneous allegation of the week of \ t* about upon
doubt that if the Herd..ot New York have which i ia tantamount to admission past The C-itr Washington correspondent speak oi r: ever advocate in behalf te the "peculiar the South have fallen without effect And just so u Jan. 27.=Brig Acorn Phbney Cbarlestoa to
an that be Walter & Walker
with
40$ bale
t not forgotten their obligations to the party, wa that effusion after this wise-(the Courier, it will of the itt" i it with his cabinet It would not exist a J momentwithout cotton bapIOC'too
wrong in what be said. Doubtless be baa since read b Suth. between it and the President aeed, 9 boxes and 1 trunk merchoodix
we,shall be found acting in concert with them the message and find nothing to sustain the borne in mind, U a Wh paper of the first water)} .J t. tide of slavery ever gets north of thu r- and perfect all harmony its part, upon vital questions. Who Jan aIBark West Wind, Saunders New Task
; also. But I because I previoug "The Governor -* thirty, it shall not be with consent" among to Bro!. kP.tti. with bale tobacco V
pledge nobody, am overflowing of hit exuberant very long speech, of that peculiarly o eon doubt the fidelity of ac administration to Southern < 903 eoUaI 11.- -

r; not authorized to give pledges; and it is a to him a* an honest man, desirous fancy.of But we put it discursive and incoherent stamp for which be The Jrro b some show of excuse for sheltering constitutional interests which is composed of such 2 do.mdxe 2ft bbl*.rosin. --9

uI subject which, so far u I am concerned, I squaring the effusion i is 1 famous. Ill denunciation and bis eulogies I itself behind the treacherous and cowardly course of men as Gen.Pierce GOT. Marcy and Jefferson Davis I INPORT.( ,0

4j hare not investigated at all of his pen by the golden rule, now that he were alike extravagant, but ou the whole the audience the Southern Whig the Baltimore Let the South stand fast by the men who are true to Brig Ann C. Platt; Drinkwater; Gov. Browsk ,'

!sV: Mr. STANTON, of, Kentucky. I understand must be satisfied of the injustice which baa been done wo entertained, and the first 1852 the a blow Stt it* interest Parks;.-.Taveneur H.J.Lerter. V
vastly HoU- toe
commedian b introduction 'of the
; to the President if be i it not in all (fairness bound to a The proportion to repeal the Sehr.Neriua"b."en; JuJiaJl.Hal1eck.AAdtnDe;
than, that Ie the gentleman finds the : of the same name never furnished more amusement istritionwuuotn.cew.rytocov.ritselovenfeet.The .-- Missouri Compromise will be the Free Empire. York.

principles of the eompromise of 1850 constitntionai I withdraw his- charges If they cannot be sustained, than Foote, the It may be Compromise 1850, II any practical rs- Boilers for their own seizedunoohj soon see .
plii 1 t ,
t and eonststtnt with sound Democrat. ought they Dot to be retracted! Our cotemporary dentally that the Go'em i thought rm have sultaInezteoding"tbeblecktideof Slavery are eonoenwoV who are faithful and who are to be relied upon. I Ftr,Sale. .
Mike Walsh' definition of the a political have not the least doubt that the w Hards* will be
It he will them gives us difference be.
ic doctrine support and otherwise. in view hit U worth about
not object
pilgrimage to a. modi a. the paper onvbkh
i accident found tending where their the Sentinel of> OTJSE and Lot b West t
tw.en a Hard and a Soft; but we wish to know,with th organ iifTiTTsliSMsreenUy .
and that if the people there will force upon: H M printed. Such a Oompromi the Mini yesterday indicated. They will have an opportunity V occupied by H. Archer;wish

;. Mr, HUGHES. And surely tiMgenlsman :out btoodbg i anything disrespectful, if the can, .f him i spite of himself, he wn consent ge .aad to affiliated presses might advocate without endssyirbg to. gift practical evidence of their good faith; snob I sore. of Und attached. Apply to'

1 would not ask OM to do otherwise. the Bard is M desperate a* to require the trick of a mantle of dignity, when it 1.um.1 foil from "the old landmarks of freedom" but when action w.Ul awe?a'*multitude of sins." J.T.ARtBU.V &

i Mr. 8TANTON. ,fa Ik*. gtBtleman win. rognsT to uphold it! A"rogue"dehigbtsindeeeiv. the St* of D. G win." e 'It:.. to "making the plaster as laif. u the : The question w asked-what will UM SobsjnthismnsttentWilItbeot.fortb0RePe1lt We do .I .F.b.4,1854., 5 U -.

log thai 1M priflciWt. ii that eonntomU* lag. prvrtkg and 4iifort ng. Is kard-ma w hard r rPM '. ,, ..'.'. ..-J-.bea.it._ tonol! : 1l. It it DOt well to aalia>te DOC to condemntoosoou. I I I For Sale tud- Hire,. J1.10.-.f # J.

I MaU..1o "' ritlf.r It..t I to dettaadlrom its whig defenders resorts pD Tfage Duff! **.-t Douglas h ujt UV/sod thereby showbsjto the South that._tbs Wbatean, &y do or ***. 1riU ttaer.It.b ?.i A V>NEORO woman aad bsrflstH.. .:: .

1 Mr. HUOHBS. ..Ifcoostitrtlonsl ...kdiMd TJR Itf t oeh a character t W., were told last wek loof letter t the Gt of Illinois rle t Tonnage &Nrtt* ill eaiMst taBakfaf tb. OssBftomls. of yofuusnge so 5.utitloua1 .t1. o14-ch.ai to a good pwiMuss .AJNin -t.I. ;'

: aad Diielade(4OMM4 the Batter of .York .fe" duties by UM States for purpose ln> fO1'tb: Silver Gray,show tbsirben tartsdMsa tI aa1&iat ace from by the them Admuwtnttoo.n II pose.5.ti town .babu 01 die year a gdOi.: 'wN ..i ,*

I apply.ftbstt to thai TerriUry, for one, I will I thing been given t,the, .pet a Dt toUM peet io which be elbte the vi I Tkjry .. very good Mine wbo tbsir : .ao'DtmcntiO the7 ssrsts party' they become eraodlrooer. .:.a*fti.oflssvv-.. ". ,"' V V V
: .ib. cfiMnm.. I pUdge en/sell to Bards," President ia annual .'iojt deotktd the fa of F.bruar74.1W4: 1* '- :
.fl u t Pedet e t h message :'fam notbiafr but when a sMriflos i. having deoancecI 10 loudly '<" "
vet.folt. I hi* l only tb VonBursas subject is said that the I they the II Herds* or win they deoompos.and potnfyknow into I 'N ..
; m. D p l sane I lDtmet of thi* ;: unequal to tb. oeoasno. They are no more tio.. ... V
Mr. LANE of Indiana. .I.,should- like to bt b actually proscription I letter will soon b avowed i form by Preu'dtttThe tob.trnstodtbantttlMra.wanioc Myofhi.faa.Uw.onr Some d.eyrSm&0 01 aM 8o&ar.of the I[ 7neisc1, true.tutioM Of the of 48 sour I-M SIX- mouths aftn d. iM'. (..
ask the gentleman from New..York where Mr. of snob sterling t patriots Desist 8. .
Dickinson O aecouBtoffcisbemle system of dir appropriation from the It1 I is1pgg. of ijwe caD better Judie in 5jyfl5, In & and voaeIMn to tIBW. V
RedflekTttobdJft 18481! *"' .Tb editor subsequent exam will D doubt b*, u it ought, abandoned I Ij.'aathe jc>MUM4UwNebmka.basbM lite ...tIme th& 'south organiM and aetwidii ithof lMte or J.. OoIIDtf,
Kr HUGH" Mr. RaAWdwasaCaas. I [nation of the r.oordacqnltsthe President of all this t plan suggested fa Utter irould IubjcctIouble .. Bbtialioo.d (Hound the repeal of the late of aid County aI.... d. fr=o.
and b hai"W that II tb .. Itwfllbriflfthat -rnetass sad Ulefsl proviso of"20.It and discharge a* such exacuier.JOBs
man It J 1848, oo. signed A I wkkedatss, hs tbs substitute. ftasiv
... a J b ao ml"'ia to take ... .':.. t. Oat i ebowngof_ bs.long been. I F\VAX S mea Coaoty. Fc\, W1 *- IJ"

.
i-.e .
-
-
j .
- -- -

-
-



-- .
-. ; '
.
,
,- .
-.- .
.
,
.

... ..,O ,.. ...

; .. ... ,. ...'...__....._......_.. t-_.._. ....t..rt'7.T.'f'. ,
,. : ..t- .
i .._... .....- 1 _':"y :._.-.."_.'. .- ;:r 'fr I
,
_
.
.. t' ,_ -' -:t- .!n".rijj' -
.- .- __ .
.. -
'
Copartaenhip; Notice. SheriflPs- Sale.. ST.:JOHITS INSITTOTB.rpHE DR. W. WIITAKE See4Oals.I : .A..iXi- .. II'D.

rf'IIIpecI ban tbs.dq entered Into a co- .ny virtue of a writ of fieri facias isrord from the Sprinff Session of this Institution eg nm.- RESIDENT PHYSICIAN$ 200 BUSHELS- Heavy Seed Oats atHODGKISS "

'1.p ill office of the Clerk of Leon Circuit Court Middle 1 cd on &y,the Ith inst and wOlduM Ut.first *">TALLAHASSEE, "t SCOTT. TALLAHASEEJFLOIUDA"" ,

Circuit of Florida, wherein Herring Carter la plaintiff Thursday in June next his FLA.the ,Dee. 31. 1853. 5i 62 oleaals). _*. *- IJ'.iO.k
pro'-ioaal
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL and Isaac Butt and John Sbuler are defrudanta I The deni.rned is hapPY to aloraa the pablie-tIaM OFFERS% .. OSee first door citizens of j,4frSc. A DBUG9 AD.XDI4ua -. 1&

BU. have levied upon and will for sale before the be has secured the service* U Mr.JOB tSainavtuof Post East I .__ .. .. ,
expose Po bpi : -h
: -i---
:Xtt7 doubt will entire .; ; imfflediatelj adorning Dr. Tirtoe of the of the contract between
p Teacher for be give proTiauoa
Court Hoose door in Tallahassee on Monday, tbe 6th Principal no > Natie6etinsi. ash. BY $ .
I'PEa TEE NAME AND trVLK OF day of March' 1854 between legal hours,ejfollowiug a as be baa several years experience, and .JanIt714i1P54., .. Apakcbioula Land Company and James Hale p. DynfL, .

.ARNARO & MAXWELL.ITbeY described property, to-wit: furnishes high testimonials of qualifies!***. -T-- I 1 1 or the sale of the following lands I will, tar the ..4.O ,T:. L,, Pwaf. 't J."-I s. : .;.' '1
One Sorrel Horse levied n the property of Penooa wishing to enter their eons must prootre ; ..I ection of UM unpaid purcbaM money and by the coo : J
will be to their friends upon he baa of the Institute Bale tf Laits.ofS sent of the Administrator sell to be Glass *ts>v. "_ *; .
pleaaed aee Isaac Hutto and to be sold to satisfy said writ ot Bert tickets of the subscriber, as charge at pablo outcry,
patrons at tbe old stand of E.Barnard, facias according to law. Property pointed out by and the tuition must in every case be paid to W. D.zy.Adm'r: : < 1 "' highest bidder before the Court Uooae UTaUafcaasee.on Fine Soap, Fine Tooth,. 1J .1 .' 1'1.
and Hair
? of the Mortar, corner of Monroe John Shuler. H. T. BLOCKER. Sheriff him. i'SraafflToWd, [Leon Circoit' tbe/r Monday in February next, the following Branca lilt SB .e.. lr. .
.street where will be obtained in the reasonable t 'TS/ Court In leaeribed hmds to-wit Paint Brushes Fa. eirAsjM .w ...
CJintoo' they keep ByAHFELKELD.S.February Board can village ou } : -.t .4. ,
; .. *
Garden s..IiI "-.' : .*.5.. '-
articles uuoffffcamtad
of fv&T- The N It
*)* wrt meet appertaining 4, 1854. 6 fit termsi juid Wi oftheKWfef 8cSO.m"T 1, '
.. .l bul oeM-"1icit the patronage of The rates of tuition per eesssou of five months areas \ ; S aud E-&be E i of(he N>E'f .r See i ,fa T'l.1t'l. H. ka hJIiud pdt=. .. ...'

.tWrrri UI'IIIII aDd tke pub'c.BARNARD Insolvent Estate Notice. follows: Dy.cMer 6fX3oor .'lwul 1rlrer for.'aaWon Mon; S and'W,all containing one b.aDd sixty'Acres Montaok,a 40ft mm* i f warn: Tf w-4 1-111'. .

J. .LP .day.; *tn1' d* '** WbrBaty more or.less lately) occupied said James Hale deceased. u artiofc uauidly kapt'by. dmmata. ..PhnUn. and 1
STATE OF FLORIDA ) Orthography and Reading,.... ... .. $6 00. ? next within legal. will Sod at thia full .
O. TROUP MAXWELL. Madison County. j Writing and Arithmetic, . . .. 8 Q hours before tie.Uourt Heuae n".n.Io.--te.tbe following Terms made known on day of sale. Pbysictam ahray needed and satiNijhment oath most Qbaral.terms. a
1.(4( ,) 18M. Ii and lands, to-wit:. ,. JOHN BEARD II'.JPplul every thing .
Feh'c&1 H. PATTEBSON ex-offirto administrator of English Grammar Geography, History T ".*" *'
JOHN Armstrong deceased, having this day filedin Rhetoric i ,.'.R.' .'.' .". ." .'..'. ". 12 50 Tbe SEj| of See 33, and E J of NEof same Ag'L Apalachicola Land Co. Orders from the,CoaBtry. 1ItJy'l1lel? ind a aatsfaction
Strayed Double Entry Book Section; tbe'W Jt f N W'i aDd SWJof Sec 34. : :December SI, 1M! 6i, tlfeb. -
the Probate Offi e of said County written sugges- Elementary Algebra, guaranteed with regard 'boiIa to.. andquality.

r1to1; toy plantation in Gadsden Coun- gestion that be believes said estate to be insolvent: Keeping. Natural Philosophy, Logic s llinT21.K.ti.E.'AhOthe, NEfofNE1ofN MONTICELLO HOTEL. Physicians prescriptions. caraully ,.
of Sec-. N -,2
Plain Geometry aud Land :W I |jM.T.1 ?((20 acre,)the whole
the 22d January a Black Home It uidmd That all Trigonometry .
'
.""i trm or Diddling size in good order claims tt ncaiust therefore said estate do and person file the having Surve\ing ... .. .. .... .. .. .. 16 00 tract ttjntamiog; 500 acres, more or Jew; sold ou ae- .( APT.NEWMAN baring closed- bis Hotel xiunded.Deeerober 24.1858. ,Bl s. ; _
Ijc, eupP appear same Pbiloaopby. .. ojut aDd'rle'or former purclmser. The terms '-' and the1subtcriber having purchased and _
Moral and Intellectual are i ,
old. He had three shoes in the office authenticated iu the Latin Greek.
on aforesaid
years ; manner fatletl that
tI lie half cash :the other with interest up large and commodious brick
credit
**0.ll*r OM the left shoulder; the mane Described by law,on or before the 7th day of August Analytical Geometry and the.Calculus one ; on M oltwelvo South of the Court Building Glass Oll,. Wklte Lett, Ac., .-
Chafed 111 tail docked and trimmed. I ,.. .... ... .. .. .. .. .. ... 20 00 mouths.BENJF.: WHITNER. House formerly occupied Uti a Tavern -
;; 1.d i purchased 854. ALEX. MCDONALD. I I a .Master in Cbancerv. by Mr.Goodbread. and known then as the Banner 100 BOXES Window Glass assorted uisss. _

biM jf Yeaber.' from A H. Hoyle, and understood Feb., 1654. _5 6m Judge of.Probate. Persons wi hing further information can have a January_2 (n .)).18. 4. .. 2 ,.. :i House, takes this method of informing the public that 100 kegs Whit Lead pure,extra 4 Ha 1.
b.b.d btea wagoned from the upper part of Georvia.ge -- Circular by'addressing JAS. L M05ELEY., > % be ball concerted the siiid building into a Hotel, and S barrels linseed Oil, _

b.d been drive" sever*!times to Tallahassee from : PULVERMACHER'SHYDROELECTRIC Madison Jan. 28, 1854. 4 Sup't. MEETOPOLJTAH-8ILK STOCK. respectfully solicits share of public patronage.. No 6 Lard Oil. --I.

Ctbdea *rv!,"" mule answering bia description was CHAINS REMOVAL.tDWARD 4 pama or eipcn-c will In spared t<>render those cotnfortible -] 20 Kegs Zinc Paint, '.

teea stetr TaUohassee on Monday, but since that time VOLTAIC $30 Reward. who nii vi.it his liouxe. The well known Livery 20 packages Fire-proof Paint, ((.and i&Ua)., ': _

no farther trace of him baa iteea had ANEW nnd novel mode of applying a powerful A WAY from me, at my place on LAMBERT & CO, Stables, formerly kept by Capt.Newninii.are cunuwted 2 barrel Rectified Whak Oil ; ._ _

Any infi>rmtioD of him will be thankfully received,. agent so constructed! as to be worn under ,RAN the 5tb iust my negro man. IMPORTERfl 'AND'JOBBERS OF ,'" with the Hotel. E. }. BL.VCKBURX.. 2 Train Oil, 1 bbl!Copal V Varnish

and any expense or trouble in securing him will be the garments, next to the skin, p-oduciug a con Christmas. Said boy ia between C and 7 S ILKANDA'NCY GDS Monticello; December 24, 1853. 51 Hpirita Turpentine in barrel and at retail- A gea- .R _
rewarded BENJ. F. WHITNER. current of Electro Magnetism effecting ; r1isortmsntoCa1olBnesandoIbepibder$1: .
suitably stant uninterrupted _____ feet high very black, thin built, speaks quic\ '- .
4 1854. It IMMEDIATE RELIEF from the, most acute HAVlJIrt'BCSlbvED THEIR SODA WATER APPARATUS material D.H.AMES. : "
February 5 : when spoken to, and bas his fore finger on one of )l.is :
also uf all f December 24, 1863. 51 .a,- -"', .
and cure ,
pain a permanent I ; IfEW
is
He
hands cut off at tIlt first joint. a very Mhrewd YffllIIO llSE FOB MASVFACTfKISC RAW1NO ADO BOTTLISG, -

Groceries, &c. NERVOUS DISEASES.It I artful fellow and pretty good Carpenter. To any 'KO. '55; jnAIWBE'S ST. NEW F_the I latest ami m<*t approved constrnction '. '
; YORK -
recerved from New York and New Orleans has seldom failed to furnish almost instant relief one who will snug him in some good j jail i apd directme 1 uwnufHCt'ured, and for sale, with explicit printed; .

JUST 5 M. La Carolina Cigars and a final i permanent cure, by being used according word, the abov amount will be paid.M.M.VAUGHT. i '.ir-j-i ?riszAzx,) directions' for ita: lat. by JOHN MATTHEWjJ, coiner OLD"Otard Dates. .. ;f

1 Bbl. RjuWd Scotch Snuff; to diredhVws hi the following diseases: i Invite the-x ;cation vf the .trado to their SPRINGIMPOTlTAyiON of first avenue and 26th street,opposite Bellevue .. .

5 Boxes Star Candles, RheumatillDlUterine Pains Cherry Lake Madison Co, Fla. of Sew.York. The only establishment devoted excraeively Madeira, JniM,_ .

2 BbU. Dried Apple, Gout. Sciatica Palpitation of the Heart' January 28, 485-1. 4 4t I RICH ." to the manufacture SODA WATER MACHIT- London Sherry Me Cidwv-' '. ', ,

1 Bbl Sperm OtC Paralysis, PeriiKjical Headache, SIlrfEss. GOODS EaT itj,. in tbe United States."and where may be ..
10 Bbls. Yellow Irish Potatoes, Painful and Swelled Joints St. Vjtus' Dance Ten.Per Cent. on New York Cost. SHAWLS' found a large assortment of every article connected Brandy Cbarriea ..

10 BUs Extra Family Flour Neuralgia of the Face, Oeneral Debility subscribers contemplate a.change in their bu- EIBBOKS, with the business including MaUriub, tc. Erftubliah- .

1 Bale Bagging Twiue. Diseases of the Spies Pains of the Chest THE relations, and to lessen their stock wlllsell .. .: iomnTFJ, &C. ed 20 Years. Lemon Lobster.. :. .: s

10 Boxes No. 1 Brown Soap. Deafness and Blindness, Hysterics Dyspepsia. fur cash, (except groceries,) at 10 per cent. on New" Merchant throughout the United States are solic December U. 1853. 3m 51 Ginger Salmon .' 0. ; -

ALSO on band. ALL, DISEASES York cost t. by the piece or quantity, or will cut at 12 J i ited to examine our assortment which in I .A ROYAL STOCK Pine 24,1853.&e.Clam* ,. > ";
.
A lot of Onions cheap, for planting, that are caused by a deficient amount of nervous fluid per cent, any goods they bs ve. To our punctual payer NOVELTY. RICHNESS AND Gauva Quincea. I
Superior G< heo Butter, shall continue to sell as usual The stock of VARIETY Of Carriages Buggies Harness Saddles
are greatly relieved. if not permaaeatly cured by we is believed tq.be unsurpassed in tins and .Currant Peaches. '
Molasses. Ac.
Tor Brown Sugar New Syrup G. I,J. MEG 1NNISS. simply wearing tbe chains for a few hours each day. the present and approaching season is well assorted adapted to the wants of tbe very best Metropolis trade in, the: Collars, Harness Maker's Stock and Tools,p .
safety Be it understood that it is not claimed that it and bargains can be made. The public are requested "
cures great *
.all of which will be Trunks Valises Flavoring
February *, IM(. 5 4t call and embrace this opportunity of country; offered to Cash and first Carpet Bags, 4c.$ _
all diseases but only those for which it isreoommeud-- to supplying class six months buyers on the most favorable Yeast 4

ed, and moreover we boldly claim aud defy that no their want, and by paying the cash a handsome January ? .!8I.. 1 6t terms IS JUST NOW APPEARING Corn Oil, f ; 4
4
A. Call.
Friendly will be saved.
medicinal agent of any kind has performed so many amount Olives .
THE und ratgmJ having made arrangements soon cures during the last year of those disease just aimed HAYWARD 4 RANDOLPH. -B W

from the State, feels anxious to have as January 21. 85-1. 4t 3 MONROE HOUSE English .H. .

li'w business here clo m soon as possible. lie would PuIvermacheIElectric Chains TALLAHASSEE MEMORANDA/ -CARRIAGES AND BUG( December *01.

therefore urgently,request all those who ore uidebud And to this assertion we defy to New Stock. FLORIDA. -among them some of the -I- a.
prove any person
to him to make immediate settlement produce so many well authenticated certificates of NEW STOCK ot well selected Drug an* @j1';;I IS well-known hotel having passed from I II famous sand blasting du lling.stump-eurinouut- FRESH GARDEN SEEDS, ,-

Office at the old stand up etaire. scientific Physicians and intelligent patients may be: A Chemicals just received from New York I I the hands, pfMr. E. P. Moore uitu I thole of r l ing pattern which will go twenty miles an hour and GROWTH OF 1853. .

W. T. MITCHELL. found in a pamphlet of 36 to be had (gratis) of making my stock complete. Those wishing such articles the undersigned"the'new proprietor gives notice to stop only with the horses being specially adapted by '
February t, 1854. 5 tf the Agent iu this city. pages will"find every thing commonly kept in DrugStores 1 the public tirtt'be is prepared to entertain tnuisien strength and high finish to die [corduroy] Railway RUTA Bags Flat- Turnip, .o e.eettJ.lc.josl '- ..

--.- The Electric Chains were first introduced in France at A. H. WILSON'S new store Newport, Fla. and perniancnt t urtomers with the best the house affords service. Courting Carriages (or polite young gentlemen D.ILAME3. '

Notice.I i in 1850, and after being subjected to the most thorough Dealers in the country can do better here than t. send and at 0& reasonaile a Cost as the times will ad. and Sulkies for the so-disposed. The well l known I I December 24/1858. 61' .. .

DO bereky fefexrarn all from tradiug for a and rigid trial by the first medical men ic Pans, to New York. I mit of. The house;s'.tll supplied with servants and I John Gilpin SADDLES, uponuseowbiebthat world I NEW FIRM. NEW GOODS. .
parsons : ovej&Qceto
heretofore nil Officinal and Chemicals every ; ;make guests comfortable, and I renowned Captain '
p.S.1I Drugs
ceruio for !Uarft made they were found to strange and marvellous .8',
note < possess
tbirtyigut payable .
i warranted Pure. the proprietor"Will spare no pain to please those who "Rode fourteen; miles in fifteen days ;
in and
Thomas bearer myself dated power relieving pain wherever applied by NOW.ONHANff 1*
to Sealey or audimedby -: their influence were introduced into the hospitals of r Newport January 21. 18M. 3 may patronage. An excellent And never looked behind him. 'J
December 2V, 1851 and jwyabfe( twelve mouths that and also secured letters the Livery faU*-icm this Hotel C. A. BRYAN.. And numerous 'other pattenw ad.rpted to speed and I A MOST beautiful and varied, ouortmmt .of q
by :
by *
with city patent
tUree small iu all
after date credits amounting Firuch Government Manufactured Tobacco. Talla1 cl. January'. .. 7,1854.... 1. ,. tf service. Some of tbe varieties of HARNESS have ; GOODS. which will be sold low for CASH and
-
'
to about nineteen dollars and some-oeuta. 1 am deterauDed r been read of" but others must be seen to be ..pprei i I I for the Production of the. country at a small advance

not to pair any more on said mote, from the in i They are now introduced \iu almost every and Hospital I L JUST RECEIVING a further stock of some' 206 ..', ..: j"FreshGroceries. .. .. ciated. All the WHIf warranted to hurt if well app1ial. :I on the original cost, at the : ,
bet that there future the consideration for England Germany Austria Belgium, patented
is a assorted Manufactured Tobacco at.lower. .
1l ' no and
which it STKVHEN ROWE. 'in those countries where they have become the most t FROM percr. Pettes money Exchange Rooms of :
was given.
it be in the
than of
price can bought large war
curative world.They any Otsks Ba'am.: ... questions asked and a receipt given i in stirrup leather
in the
Jackson Coutty, Feb. i,3654. It popular agent kets North. Traders will do well examine samples ; HODGKISS & SCOTT
were first introduced into the United States I 2'do', Plain Hams These Whips are of the same kind the poet wished in .
/
about since with the before ordering their Spring stocks. Will forward L 3"TfeKes. Sugar Cured Hams, every honest baud .
one year and went through samc SUCCESSORS TO
CHANCERY SALE OF NEGROES. samples with prices AttAched. to any desiring it. A S Boxes Beef I. .
trial as io-Europr. and were at once introduced in I Tongues, To lash the rascal naked through the world. GEO. W. SCOTT & CO. _
BT virtue of a decree of forecJosnre in a cnu e de every Hospital in New York where they are uow in credit to let of April. will be given where any quantity 8 IibM.'- ut'IO Extra Flour I have also many Patent Sole Leather,and other

in the Wakulla Circuit Court. wherein doily use etfectingeven more weudcrful cures than bad; is required. IX LADD. 70 bbk. Superfine Flour, 'I TRUNKS in which the difficulty is to find the" key We_will make every exertion to render dealers with '.

!TickoUa N. Branch is complainant and William Germany ever before been awarded them. Newport, January21. 1854. 3 3 Hhds.:Brown Sugar idle l several thieves having hung themselves in despair I us f n abiulule and ample equivalent for Ivng crrJUt ;

and Elizabeth German are defendants willnpoee They are highly recommended by Profs. Valentine 40 bbls. Rectified Whiskey, on account of it All these,una9,9 9 other articles. I in goods of the best qualities latest and most approved

at public outcry ou Monday the'6th day of Mott, Van Buren. Post and others,who have published I Wakulla Iron Works, 2 cte qDoogeLa1a"W key, will be sold low to meet the exigencies of the times styles at the LOWEST CASH PRICES. .

-Mrch next withi? legal hours before the Gourt House their views of their power and value' in several of.I NEWPORT FLORIDA. 20 half Lbl$. Mouoogehjxk Whiskey and to close out for an entire new stock. expected bi r Our assortment will constantly be enlarged sndenricbe4byfreshsuppliesandwiUembraeeheentir-. -,1._ .. .

door in the city of Tal1aham.ee, the following tunned.oegroes the medical journals l iu that city. and are alo in the :I 10 boxes Star Candles. the Sub-Marine Telegraph about the full of next moot .
to-wii: : daily practice of recommending their use to patients: THIS Establishment is now in full operation. AH I 5 bbl* and 20 Kegs Lard Apply' -D. E. HULL variety of goods demanded in this mark t.'. Annexed- *- :

i't.r ngedabout twenty four; years; Jim aged a-: A full account of their opiuion may aloo be found in 'T' will be attended to with promptness, aud I 25 bbls. laMea.BERRY P. REPAIRING done as usual,on short notice is.a GENERAL SCHEDULE: v ,, .:',.
bout.twec1y-ain; Daniel about fourteen all work done with neatucbS and dispatch.All Embroideries Laces Ribbons and Trimmings,Ladies .
years; aged 1 sI ROWLES. .. .
every pamphlet and sent to the address of any person ; and reasonable terms. Politicians woo have '
Trauk, ag3d about ten Tom, kiuds If f work such as Steam Work Mill Work "slippedthe Fine Dress Goods, Fancy Mantles, bawla and
Tears; years; ageJ a. in the State. bv applying (poet-paid) to JORDAN it January 7, 1854. 1 collar and broken the traces of be fix.ed .
can :
nout *even years; Charlotte, aged about thirty years; DAVIDSON'Quincy, Florida who are agent for J. Gill Gearing Sugar Mill Circular Saw Machinery: in time. party Cloaks Fashionable Bonnets, Gloves. Mitts and Ho-'

Jemima aged about twenty-three years; Tom, agedalut Steinert, 568, Broadway N. Y, agent for the U. S.-: Shafting, Pulleys Hangers Plough Casting, Bras; I Provisions tc. Tallahassee again no December 24 1853. 51 siery. Heavy and substantial Dry Goods Blanket,

thirty-seven yearn JJauiel aged about twenty.yeaan1.Lewi The Chains can be Hut by mail with full descriptions Castings, 4::.; also Sugar Kettles, of any size, kept Q A BARRELS Mess Prk Clothing Boots and Shoes. Hats and Cap Bagging'nnd

'ft aged about twenty four years, Tor use. ,. constantly on hand. All work done in such an establishment OU 8 Caikrf Bacon Sides, Fltrida State ands for Sate.r Rope Saddlery,.Hardware and Cutlery 0_. .
sod one child. will be dime with Nails and Hollow-ware;,Crockery, .Bnsea
by ns. a particular regardto Fancy and
Price of Chain $3 and $5. ,
2 'doi jdo Shoulders "'HE Subscriber will offer in
the
Icrnu CMh-.purste Physicians are politely invited to call and eraminetheir 'SVolShVaiid 20 half bbU. J.
I.IILGHAkCUEItia.. Flour of Pensacola on Monday the 13th of March 5 Butter, Cheese aad.a1lk of Orocfriftand'frvwons.
Workmen
Competent always in readiness to I
Special Jdster and Corn iiilssicner. construction and pronounce upon their merits. Engines, Ac. put up 10 bbk and 16 half bbls. Whiskey, 2854. the 16th Sections in the following Ranges aod '. .

February 4..1$54. ._fr it ONE WORD MORE TO INVALIDS.No Terms will he liberal, and all work done strictly for 4 bblL Monoogchala Whiskey Township wit: Cotton and Tobacco.' ; .. e..
need fear that will Molasses,.Rope tc, person they not accomplish cash, or accepted order fotl some business flu m in this Liberal advances
made
what claimed and for ole by McNAUGHT A ORMOND. 31 W at, 1,2.3, 4 and 5 North shipments nt the above f
juet it
Coroner's! Sale. is they can do and all persons place. Tallahassee, or Quincy. articles. by .HODGKJSS A SCOTT. .
Newport.'Januacr'7,18U. ICooper's 32 3 4aud5
virtue of certain writs of fieri fcisisxued from who have become disgusted with a constant pouring Liberal prices paid for old Iron. Copper and Brass 33 4.and, 5 November, 1 9.1 85& 46 : .
BY office of the Clm of Leou Circuit Court, Mid down of patent nostrums(bottled swill) are kindly r All letters must be addressed (p<*t mid) to -'. r. '.
and Blaoksmith' 31 iazid3South.AlsoLotsNoe.1,2Snnd5ofSee.16T.2.
dIe Circuit of Florida, wberein the Union Hank of, and politely invited to give them a trial M. H. POND N. B. One Chain will last for ycarsaud lose none I January 21, 1854. 8 New Port 11. Tools. S, R. '
Florid and others tJ6.aod lid
are p1a HaIry T. Blockr. :31 W Ridge Road Coates Street )
i its electric and nilidelpkli.Irtm .
by use, be either .
power con applied to
Sheriff and i-offwrio administrator FINE and well selected stock of the above landing '
of D. A. Gil-c adult child. For sale A TERMS:-One fourth cash, three fourths payable Founders and Mansjftetvrcfrw mf '
or
hud, u defendant have bmed< and will by Boots Shoes &c. from Brig C.A. Co*. and for sale byMcNAL'GHT& .
apon expose JORDAN & DAVIDSON. in three equal annual instalments with interest in ad Iaiiee. WROUGHT and CAST lame RAILUMM and all .. -
for sale before the Court House door in the .eity of Florida. MADE AND REPAIRED. ORMOND. Or if all be paid iu cash five per cent.on the OaxAMCKTAL and AacBRzcmBic I..
Agents Quincy,
Tallahassee Monday the 6th flaYoff March 1854 February 4. 1854. 6 4t f Newport, "January. 7, 1854. 1 credit instalments will be deducted.D. EON WOKKX, Iron Railings for public and private
; I HE in
the subscriber continuation
following described Negro Slaves to-wit: b. J- asking a of S. WALKER. Grounds Verandahs, Settees Chairs Table, de..
Nelson Peter Harry, Rhin and child. Drf. T. patronage gives notice tbat he has received Crockery.
B. LAMAR I, Rtgitter Public Lamb State vf Florida. Particular attention paid to the frmhwini of Burial
Levied up.m M tbe property of D. A. GBaHard deceased : tt Professional services a stock of the very best quality of Superfine French FEW Crates and Hhda. Crockery for sale low, December 17,1853. 50 3m Lots. V Sr
late of Leon and OFFERS to the public.- Calf kia, imported English Sole"Leather, Patent Lea A .
County to be sold to flatiat Iflier. .to clown cuuaigiiment.. byMcNAL'GHT More > said oe found at the former residence of Dr.Jamell Bout Morocco and other
writs of fieri t. taci**, according iEHULLComner to Jaw. Hunter on the Thomasville road eight miles ing to a Boot Establishment every 11et-C artide materials appertain are of I- 4 OR1WXD.e""port..JllnmrY Eppia 's CompooHd Fluid. Extract of List of Prices" sent to persona "IIhing. to make a se
:
7, 1854. 1 lection.
from :Btc. &
February 4, 1SZ&. X; fit Tallahassee the most superior kind. and will make up Boots and : November Sm" '
January :!8, 18S-I. 4 6m* Shoes of the very host descriptions. Repairing done '.;.Fpr New York.THEJ1l'a I TillS new compound now owned, and prepared 12.153. 45 ;

Sheriff's to order. Shop immediately South of the Union by myself I offer t* Physicians, to dealem Selilgat CIIL' 1
"
Sate, DR. JOHN P.: DUVAL Bank. J. M. WAAS. Brig E. Remington will Lave im" I, in Drugs, and to all persons laboring under derangements .!

First Monday i* March 1854. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. January 14, 185(. 2 9t c.putch for the above port. For anJ diseases of f the THE undersigned l is now.offen :' .'
.
freight or to : Goods in the Stcr.W.ly.scopied '
apply KIDNEYS AND
TY G -- paeMge BLADDER "
virtue
*wHl f fieri tacias '- -
issued from the .<- "' ,. by D.MANLEY in this of .
-J Otf._ ol the Clerk of the OFFICE AT THE COURT HOUSE. DAGUERREAN <- McNAUGHT i OIDIOS'D.Se. J as a most reliable remedy. city consisting

County of Leon.in the Middle Cirwnt Circuit Court of Florida for the January 28, 1854. 4 SKV-LICIIT GALLERY, ,. 7; 1654. 1 _I do not offer it merely as !harmless compound but general which must variety be Groceries.ckwed. CI1. Faoey and exaapina awl Staple, ..TW Gooda. ". '
wherein Seatoo GraoUand OVER BAUNIRD'S DRUG us a medicine prepared according to PhonniicnticedScienrt
ie Hawtiff and i.Addison MEDICAL NOTICE. STORE. XJ'iiCSalt! tire stock can be had for I less than New Y.rk riascost. :
Braden, admiaiMrator -such a preparation as a regular practiti.nerWCluM
of fiertor W. Braden, del suLflcribers respectfully to the la t chance
ts announce A for
rare a bargain can Bay
TilE he'.hlstf
odiit; and another writ of fieri'r.ci iwued ... .. and gentlemen of Taflabafx-e and SACKS Key West Salt just landing, a.id', prepare many OCCuiuUS, if be could-and i in i the stock nod Stere.c -
500.
trot the saw Oaart wherei, Wituan A. Stewart i in DRS. WM. F. ROBERTSON
pbunWTagainst the aame deieadaat I4av located in Tallahassee, and associated Their Gallery will be ( d for the McNAUCHTA ORMOND.Newport'January in a grosser(urns. .
leviedup- 'peb' iJ'! reception vis Tallahassee,Dec 3J, 183. 52. 2m1'." "
n and will expose for sale before the Court House themselves together in the practice of :Medicine offer itors, Sundays excepted. Miniatures taken of all ? 7, 1854. 1 practiced Medicine as a profession m rHavingpiiec
door in tJ.e city ofTalhaseon their Professional services to the pub1ie.tr and uzeu self. I otTer this elegant extract understandingly. I ." '.
of tbe I
KffOday. the 6tb styles art. and warranted not to fade-ta I. Fresh Supplies. :
day of March next, within legal hours the equity of Office over the Store of Messrs.Betton t Higgs. ken as well on cloudy as fair dse. General sati lc- ..Potatoes.Q I desire Physicians every wLere to adopt it. And if ;
redempUon of the Residence of Dr. Robertson at the Parsonage of the they feel l honorable scruples without further from the HERALD ASA 8AW .
late
Hector W. s boo I any particulars RECEIVING .
Braden deceased given or no charge made. Having had long tr ( \ BARRELS .Planting Potatoes, landing per and .: S R
a to the Episcopal Church WM. F. ROBERTSON and will address rue at Columbus, GIL, I will CHIPOLA
Dwinl
decribed property, &o-wit: perieuce in the art and making it tbt irClJu; ut study O W Schu-tetlei. and for sal by Extra Northern .
The 1r' i..S E i. the E i NEIaadtheW4 Jan. 28, 54. 4 they to please 'Westem' -
1E 4 ofSeei8. W LeEjS the -S Let all prrcofis who fear!they are diseased ia their 4Bbla. :'
It 2. ADd E& ofSeelt, Ti To the Owners Georgia Lands tnt and graceful fastidious. Their Ladies pictures are taken in aneasy / un'7., 1854. 1 Kidneys or Bladder, use this rt-raedy with the assurance S. F. -, M Xita" '..

The W' S 'i. W If W BEBIDIXO invited manner. and gentlemen are :Fresh of relief if the cube is curable. 1 refer all to the Buckwheat Flour Dried Herring,
i. E i d N W i E IN FLOBIDA AND ELSEWhERE to call and examine their specimens. Supples. and S .
; 0SW4W lotS E label on each bottle for a list of diseases for which 4 Kegs '4Jdfiib. It.Eog.
4ofNWmor L WiN E l. aDd t eSE THE undijrsigMd has,in connection with bis Law They ate prepared to give instructions to those de- T> ECE1\ING; from New York,Baltimore and New the medicine is prepared and for directions. Dairy Cheese Dried Peachy ', ***i
sirious .
sel8dEjofSwiand the S a Land for the examination and of acquiring a knowledge of the art. IV Orleans .4 .
'W Agency Goslien Butter .
i or\ W of I would respectfully that I prefer to rely Appka. 'f\\
l See &uy
mT upon r
1. All
The: See 21. See :2. 1. R 3, N and E. sale of Lands in Georgia, particularly in the Charo- kinds of Daguerrran materiAls for sale eon ilt.iog Fresh Goxbeu Butter, Cabbages and Beets my reputation once a Physician, since which for Bacon Sides, .Green .-, .

1..18 T I. R. Ii aDd E.and the E lor S E l of See kee Gold aad Land Lottery." Persons owning Lands and of German Half and Quarter Cameras Common do' do ih Kits, Onions end Hops, the last thirty years as a Miuzster of the Gospel to a Shoulders, Oranges and Datea i .
i in Cherokee, Georgia,cav therefore sell them Fancy Cases, Plates Frames etc, at 10 cent Western Cheese; Chocolate and Cocoa, Cured ""
Which eaid bad through above New per bundle of certificates,but if I must resort to certificates, Sugar Hams. Water (. ._ .
Mid Hee w. y in the tire time oCthe me, or have their description and value reported at York price. KUHNS cf BAILEY. Pine Apple Cheese. Tomato Catsup multitude can be had. LO\ICK PIERCK Lard in Bbls. and Kegs, Butter "

to the ULs1 \adN3.eooveyedbyway'fj of mortgage small cost Send me your numbers, and carefully January 14, 1864. 2 tf [Sentinel Soda Biscuit Walnut do Columbus Ga, Oct. 25. 1&63. Sugar H. Syrup Sugar. ;/ .'
Jion by divers deedi or 100rt note the districts and sections in wbich be Lemon do .Brandy'Peaches, Clarified Soda -.
gage. and the said d they may .: Dr.D. Young. iu Columbus will attend to or Sugar ;'
upon & be eqUIty of me&iptiua is bOW levied l located and your business shall be carefully attended Fire and Marine Insurance. Water Cnckenv .*' do .Cherries derafurwe. Crushed LmoD'j .,

Brsdeu aDd propet'ly to 1)e sold to the estc of said Heetur W. to. Savannah Mutual Insurance Butter do ?<.. '! Smyrna Figs For sale by JORDAN DAVIDSON. Agent Loaf" Graham BrsM.StewatteCfcadbsv. :
1Le )haY
faci. B.satisfy T. BIOCEEIL aid writs 8herift of fieri fair I will also purchase laud. in Cherokee and pay a THE established an Agency in Company this City, will Sugar do !. :Pieltled Oysters Quincy,Fix,JaiL 7, 1 !m [Sentinel copy. Rio Coffee .,. h, .,, ..
Fehrty4,1U4. I price for them i*cash. take Fire and Marine risks on the most favorable Dried Herring. Fresh Lobsters, 'Java 8.8..AI- I

it TERMS. terms. Apply to THO.J. PERKINS. Baltimore Roo-ilernog, .Sardines, P. B. BROKAW'S Apple Vinegar BruN ._. ,._. ," --: -

..dIra,si.TTrYv.irt'sect 14 Agent CodFishllaeeBroni, Sperm Candles Eng.waloi: !.. .. ,.
Examiomj sod reporting die value of a lot of 40 January 1854. 2 1m' LITE BY All UU SUILIS '
Cured Vft and Star Candles Adm't ;
a'-it al fieri $a 00. Sop Sperm Xante Corraataj :
'
-
.D oftiCt of the clerk. IIciM'aed r.m th Examiuiog and Rice and Flour. Bacon Shouldef*' Curified S uv'ur> TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA. Table Salt, i.J.SO .
Leoa value
reporting of lot of .
160
CiDCU of Florida .wbern Cuu.en Circuit 110 00. a Qt1 BARRELS do Sides; r- Java Xnfliin mate. t. -8' ..- 5- -. -., : ::, .. ;' ,
and Le Drown i. Oual it p\Qta For Prime Carolina Rice, BeefToUjjnes, '* .' Stuart Candu-s. ::. r i IIE IVvpTM-tor 'wo-jlii Damask Table Cloth, Napkins,Tidiaa p.Idr, I
defendant, I have selling, 10 per cent. on the amount sold for, in i\J 120 bbl*. Georgia and Carolina ; ,
Flour.
aDd will expose for 8I1eWOft die Court levied.poII very *. For sale to arrive New Syrop, -' Filberts and Ahuonds fortii Ins friends and irt-k' ings, Worsted Vfctorine f uohwda..Moon Dl.JM, ,

in the city cJ TalULaasee, Monday the ROUe doer .urADe,1 rer ot ebarad.er with per teN Schr. M. L. Davis. b) do do in i.bbls, Capers. Ac AtJ: -.. l>uhlic. that be hh* Fancy Prints L.a Hak ',EmV'J sad PW4... ._ T.
4U given
March 1M4, within lefal. the died r l__ Add. plea Newport January 14, 18M.AUGHT.t ORMOND. 1IODGKIS8 & SCOJT. bis large Brick Skibies. at the old '., and w now Lang Sbaw. Brown rJM ._,

ted property to-wit: foUowinr A. LEWIS. "at. 2 Dec.81,1853.v 62 62VV d' prepared to accommodate his fronds and customers.He Bard Muslins Heavy wtniSbirti and' ._ .
CuW. Att'y Law. also has attached to bis Stables Blacksmith Bed and ..
1 wo buudred a good : Crib Bbuiketa, Negro da LaSSsDri.
situated on J-'ortW aad/orty Purchase Mres of about land more or less, January ..8' i g E"0108'- Fow-Yth 4 County Georgia.. Bank 'of Charleston. A.a t:7..0N, Shop. where be will have done aU kind of Plaideand djie*..4leking. Denir, ft. th, x.-.

miles West Of Ha, "'a Mill and about one nineteen and a-hali mile ----------.--_._. .. 4t AGENCY at New Port. Florida. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST. PLiiitatiou work. horse shoeing andCarriage wotk. seys Oauaburfs, Bak'B0pe and anaucrwuh.ww&re,4Ic i 01 _'

SouthWest of TaIl ftbu-ee. LL Notice McN AUGHT A u ORMnvn____.._. NEWPORT, FLORIDA in the very best m.-uiuer and with promptness and : <: .

to Levied upon M the property e said defendant,and J:1: or &COOunt pers.n indebted are to the ,ubeeribe by note. Newport, January 14,1854. 2 T R now re iviMr a lanre and well selected stock of dispatch.Novembers, 1853. 44. tfJEoIlan Soeh aa CJotJiet Hamper and Baakeai .. .

bs sold to aattsry(: said writ of fieri kcias. aceord G1De u.early u potablf'rsqt Havii to eaIl and settle the. Notice. J OFFICINAL DRUQS AND CHEMICALS; also ____ kits Spoons and Forks,Steak HaBeta,:TGiiNI'. .
igto law H. T. BLOCKER. Sheriff q bu made a D I White Lead 'aid other Plaits. Boilers RolUnc-Piua > .
; arrangem. renders ehange a birge stock Patent Medicines etc. > Potato Somha. ..
[ j it t.
BYA.aFELKELD.s. a dues be settled u UE'aPMary that. TlIE highest price in cash will be paid at all times etc; a "splendid.assortment of the most t 4Ppn>T"d BERRY&GORDON Sticks Rocking Horaua,SatcVK:Chrpafte. ,'' ',
-Pebnwy 4. 1854. fi *t jresent 1864. 4 early E. upo.aible. the subscriber for Hides, Deer Skins Leather School Bwoka Toy Booka Pdetieal, Note an3 Hymn ,HOJDOKMsi -, ,

BA NARD, Ja. and 8ca Wand Cotton Seed-viz: v04- Book*:-B lscapJPspr, Laidietter.Gilt Edge Paper 207 Broadway. Nqv .ber 19.1813.. .. r' _... '.'

Leon Circuit Court Florida Land 8 ale a. Prune Hides 10 to 12 cents per pound. ._ Common.Noi EmboaMd Note, prig Paper; PUBLISHERS of;Moiio-and -
Eibstk Holdernes subscriber will M Deer Skins 25 to 80 eta reJ Laced, *c. II' .;. .
.
,.Adm.a of THE offer at Auction En velopeaEnjbwid a.Dealers wboleaale retail Pismo 1ftIIrI1oL. ..
and m -
-_ before .
Leather MediiDddcJiD .
17 20 eta
the to
Patent
of UM per
Holdernedfce seJ. J In Chaneery.itstJSss. Court House of the CouutV"7 Officinal Medi5aei I'rGllul Music-AgenU '<>the celebrated Eo- a. -4.-_ ..
Duval Sea Island Cotton Seed 80 88 useful in 'ffpfl 1 S
to found
cents
YL 10 Wednesday, the Sd of per bushel tfaM aimoat.veryawtieU -
May next all ; and other Piano ruxde fillet Davia _1iId
O/RfL/ tIM 18th These Dan Grand by
Sttsagand Cbthumfor per- twos in said mat be NUt to any of the numerous Commis the wwDOTel aDd .' = tIIIft'I
County. 6CUthf1ithI5ul1 44..Lu.L.L7
"lf -
f sion A Co, Boston-whose Pianos are considered superior 'k.;O1 .
:
_. Before UM door of the Court Merchants,or direct to me and save all charm of beneficial -aitod.. to-wit : Fulvermssrhsr'sZIdroElectVolj : .
House in the Commlaaion. ta. toil other. Great bargain* in New YorkiPttnoa, bildtbewwultb.: y, :!j ; S 1ofDr.
Couotl SAMUEL will be sold
r b1..d of Naaaan. on Monday the 8th of May next aU fOrT tbai All of which and second hand Piau.f aMli>jode M.* > cup
. .m t that t& S. C Ko. t thebErfU .
Charleston I
149
hmeot
UII 16tli aection u the Earn Say. lower Dru m .
said
( = Struag ''GIItof County. ,J "plied wboletale or retail at the lowest ntea Bexry -, p-ect Mt .' ) J. .
N"'el11 th. Before tU door of toe court House in the Ootmtr of anulry1454.! : d. ft. S COUll"r 1IHJi. A Gordon eacceasors to T.S Barry,297 Broadway. _: JeiI"I- i-'f.. ;" ") .

1- : John': '*"on' Saturday,'tbe 1Mb 'day of May next, P.einW _-:, 6 b Piano to let .A AU '.f'm. i .--t,_ 'P:". _.
u TLMIiJ *1J the 16th aectwos io aaid County.llefosith.dooroltheOouttllnw..' !. Ili&rIdQUt; .{ the UHU states P. S. H, D. A Co' jEufian Piano bar the latest N. k. .000-IWe...pa1ftani>fcrsenthy nil. .'.A. _

app.r tID4 _w.the iI fa the County For ffe Northern'District .; MA%, 'ELL. pis Improved voicing.: -- oaO at$ via &. :. 'i' 'il" .,,!: .,, ..
'
: -
or die of Florida. w .Rt. I..a." .
8&IIMI will be takus for ClOD.ww sgaht I of Putnam. Tuesday, the 8th day of May next all T CHAMBERS L .r TtJ.L.--'L, ReIia..o'n November 5.1858. 44 ly .N.wsatt.1L-U. : ::. tI" 4., .. _
TMt. cop.01 tL order be : the lotb section in Mid County. A J.. **' 1U4-It hery or- HAS of Di.'Englisbs. lie will > ." "..
De1rIpaper p-ubf..L ia .JxJbilb.d! JW.n She sieved that the Term of the Mid Court Hardware.A .1' -. SII'6i iL : '
door of&be :
1'10, the II Cre1t CourtHouse in the County by law to be held apomLed attend 0 aU /: : : t
oue a week the apes. of fuar 1DODJha. q VOranf., on Monday tbs ltd day of May next, all and beretohe OIl the 1m Monday J'annar, Noveanber 41 1m VERY LARGE and ,well selected thick of the Dealers I'DrIi :
4.1 a4n.d : .
th
CII.4IQa.a to
first ..
3OtJjy JU4. the; 16th sections in Mid County. be Monday j in Pet. above articlesjimt nerved, mid for Ml 4ow.br ,

A", J. WATLES, BAKE Jodp. Terms.._One fourth Cashew: balance fa three noal Iwy IICIMd unit and adjoarise- the .. Is hereby (unber 'I'HE ANfAtMETlNG' f the 8tDckholdetI..tJIi i. OctllbnU.18U 41 HEIR A'RUST. W haJ', t :
.
&nIot CopY-Anur: umual instalment with bterest in adrMiee IPartJaKI1Ih 1. BIiIk at fIaIida will be bId at they : f1. -

RUCI'RCIER Ja D. 8. WALKER dayofMarth) next aLI time tli,. .Ils IhiMia. I r .< Tt.ft'i 'Os theirst Moo4 .- For Rent.' .- -.* *artJe1w. arayate ..gttirll -n aS;

Fcq 1 4, 185i '. : I, cicrt I Register nf Public Lands State of Florida, be.be14at the Cepitnlla TaUahu:.. laJi'1. .. .next. Union Bank of Florida.TaJLjBfjtte r Comer Brick Store recently occupied by I and will be reemvow regularir. 6 afc aosifismtermaaliaUberM .- .
L H. r iahTe.
., BRO.80f : EJOLISIL .
Co O.
January 28r 1854 1ad 'rm O. H. &. Apply to .
.4 I I
January :8, 1854. it January, 1M4. i (t her :i, 1823. .61 D. H. AMES, I Ta1Is1aaueApil5tbI.3.' Itn



I .- .

A -



.. -- ,
& :. -. ... -

I I



.
-
-
-- -
'

I _" ar bs. t .Dn., An.CI.q I l' r-r- \ ture.Cbah : 1r. W..t'I'-Goe" Aft.W1'iOKIiimd..:,"! i'f -

: : _- __ CELEBRATED GATROLICOW _. .. -v., '. W'Bare now. receiving from 'IT E woTOd again call tile atUnfion'of our customers MESSRS BETTON WHITAKER ask leaTt to "" '! --'If ,; ,
. ; ,_ : Asa Sawyer,and I' 'and friends. to our well. selected stock of attention to the elrgont assortment of Gentlee2 I .ad LIdJu'Uibi ul4j.NEWJALI.
;:1 '. JAMES GADSDEN & CO. -.._ will at I :
FOR TilE CURE OF SUFFERING FEMALES. opau our Fnmitnre rotuns, J00ds. reetivedptr Waciua,* and adapt.d to
a handsome and well selected stuck of New York FALL AND WINTER. GOODS, sole ;jour

4 .Sca-Island.& Upland Cotton Factors, ITSTANDSpreem.I. -- City made Furniture aId Chairs.%iz: which we are now receiving from New':York and Baltimore use. VI'4! f. NrG{ Oh.D

-\1.1- tive powers In all the Mahogany Secretaries and Book Cases,. consisting in part of the.following, viz Edgings and Insertings. eam.-sr.
..i Marble and Plain f. s*
SidcboArds .
Top. .
General Commission McrcJiants, diseases for which it H .. u Centre and Sofa :GROCERILS. :.cs p'ca Georgia Plains Ed'ngs & Ins'ngs. Maltese Edging, "r-Li '--,d-.lt, 'seIt4.St. . .
'- recommended] called Tables SWISS ; '/. s.
20<
Handsome
No. Ie U BIVC.IIU, 20 Boxes No. 1 Soap !> pc's Washington Ker. Valeneine .
: .. 62 East Bay, -. PEUAM3 COMPLAINTS. M Washstands. 2 Boxes Washing Compound -)' ae.rs. Smynia" Real ", FALLr AND '"VENTER']F t'

I CHARLESTON, S. C. Mahogany Extension,Tables, ,12* pieces Brown Plains, Saxony Smyrna Fkrancmga.
Cou J AKa Oun&cc, 1 Of these are Prolnpsus Ie DreAk"t. 40 Boxes .Tobacco, of all>24 Plain and Plaid Blond elected with great an- .Few ys j-

Java F. EDVAMM })} Opposite P. and M. Bank. ; Uteri, or Falling I, WorkRosewood .:qualities. :I Lmsey phia by an expsrieneed Buyer,.who
RlCBl&B E.SCUVCV, ) -J of the Womb; Fluor Centre, Work and Fancy Tables Imperial. Young Hyson Apron and FurnitureCh'ks, White Goods. or trouble i HI their.eeteetiMi, .ow\fiereaacd tp -

September 10, 1853. SO Cm ;. iII' Whites;Chronic In-, Mahoganyar4robi.s, I Bl'k Tens J?>10 Bale." Cot'n Osnaburgs Cambriw Swiss Muslins sad replenished toaeKUrj to '
.. D1ddairabl.8&yoI AsAfeMTettifwe '
r"
2 JACONET -
Lemon fc do
1v. fhmalion and Ulccrn- Bedsteads, < Rasberry Syrup,, Strip'd Book "
"r WALTERS & WALKER bon of the Womb Incidental Kb. Lagnira:JavaCofiee.vi and i Br'n and Blcach'd fed itj4Meeaearyv, : .
; Toilet Tables, Whatnots, Bronze Hat-Rack, QuartettaBisket Pale Striped 1 .NainsookFI1 part of of the following S 7 e
\WI Hemorrhage, Tables Music Stands Low Olard Apple and} Shirting. ; ." : w.
1Iigllnd Cord" Curtain
Cotton Factors and General Commission r!; ::4. 6 C, 8 and : '
4 .1 or Flooding; Painful Post Bedsteads, Sofas, Tetc.a-tetes, ic, Mononjehnla) Rectified'1 And Bleach'd
Sheeting ,
Merchants.ALSO Suppressed or Irregular -
-di Chairs of great vnnetv, v1 Bale Br'n Cot'n Drill. Plain and Figured MW s& .
Whiskey RICH
( J.Jt"l1etn1:1lioll. .frc. Carved and Plain Mahogany Rockers, Goods. '
--- S. Mourning "
Jam. and E. Rum.Lin..n Sheeting and Pillow Cashmeres, _
with all their accompanying evils. (Cancer r exempted,
) Cane and Rockers
Seat. Back
"
.Agent for tie Pionter Line of Packets between Rose Gin Case Linen all wool de Lames Black Satin Plaid Mouselaina and 4
no matter bow sarcre, or of bow long standing. Walnut, Rosewood. and Oak Chairs, and Holland J BIlK "
Maple
I. CHARLESTON AND NEW-PORT. The Catholicon fur surpasses other remedies, in being Sewing Chairs Misses and Children's Rockers I Maderia and Port Wine, \Marlboro, Carolina, and Bomt>nzme8, Hair Crape, M Painted Mooselains! and "
and Adamantine' Franklin Stn Fig'd Silks French BlACk Cashmeres and de Lolnes..
more certain less expensive, and leaving the PVS- lull] Low Chairs. Sperm C" '
& Go's Wharf
I Boyce Candles ;20 p'cs fled null 1.lttrnMRie Watered do "
ten in a better condition. Let all persons inter"t.d Nursery and Refectory Chair:.(-c. CllAtlLKSTOy 8. C. in such a medicine call nnd obtain a pamp'ct, it RO\ T-IS. {, Vinegar, Cheese and I Ticking, "rlain do M'umg Sleeves
of l'I E. WJLJIOT "WALTER. GEORGE II. WALTEB, (free.) containing ample proof, fron highly respectablesources November 12. 1853. 45 Butter, ,White, Red, Yellow and SUPER Blue and Black Overcoats, -

It. T. Wtu.r of the hAPPY results of its use, together with Cru hel. Loaf and Clan. Green Flannel Handkerchiefs. Brown and Mulberry Overcoat,

t r August 13, 1862. Ztj letters from first class experienced physicians, who Wanted, fled Su nr.B1endi't! and Br'n Cotton EmbMlI'dTiCj. Lftdies Hem St'd lrll"k. Black and Blue Frock Costs

have used) 'it in their practice and speak from their DRY OR SALT HIDES for whl-h the Powder iu Keg, Kegs &' Flannel, LADIES C'bric Tap* Bordered Brown and Olite ."

1: A. PERRY AMAKER, own observations 1 1HtFEREsc 1000 highest market price will 1 lit' paid bv. J Kegs H800 Negro Blankets Tweed Coats of every S Ior;,

. ATTMt AT .-Prof. Dunltnr. D, Baltimore Md.: I 0otobcr15. 1853. 41 IIEIIl ,t RUST. 2 doz. Canisters; Powder a Calicoes, Satiuetts and Ky Collars & Sleeves. Clouded do do <,3jkdo
ILM7, J. C. Ornck. M. D. iltimorc, McU P. B. Perkhnm M. -. -- --- .- -- superior article ? Joans. Blanket Costs

'i T TALLAHASSEE FLA. D, Utica. N. Y.: D. Y. Footc, M. 1), Syracuse, N. Y.. I Bale Rope, &c. Candy, Crackers, Mustard 20 p'cs Fancy Tweed Cas- TT'MBR'D Collars, Embroidered Sleeves, Blue and Black Blaakat Coats,

{ May 21, 1853. 20 M. II. Mills, M. D, Rochester N. Y.: L I). Fleming I l t t RUST have jUit received Steamer_ and Onion, simers ill Moutning Lace Grey do do
4 }1. 1), Cnnnnduiffim., N. 'V.V.. W. Reese, M. D- City HEIR L. I n,'. from New Orleans per Yeast Powders, Matches Ladies Cotton Hose, of all Honiton Setts of Sleeves i Collars. Cauinet doN

J JOHN B. GALBRAITH of New Y(nk ; W. Prt'scott1. D, Concord, N. H. 70 Coils Bale Itope.I and Pickles ': qualities, Cawimere do

, 1 ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT, LAW. Pamphlets can be had gratis at the drug Stores of Ilale Bamdng Twine 10 M superior Segars, :Gentlemen's Cot nJ Hose Silks, et cetera. Kentucky Jean do

.. the following Agents.PALMER. BBbl*. Uhi.-key, ALSO, a general as"nrtof all qualities Silks. White Satin, Himelah Cloth do
.j Tillahimrf, Florida. A BROTHER, M'-nlicello 10 Superfine Flour ment of Iron and Steel i Also, Lamb's Wool and G.I.ACE: Silks, la k" Petersham do

! t2T" Office up-staire in the Capitol, immediately S A M U I.1'UUSTON, do. 6 Kegs Leif f ard. ALSO nn assortment of Country Made Hose, Florence Crape Liessee, -

l'i f f adjoining the Senate Chamber. [Oot 9. 40 I). II. A 1ES. Tallahas-.ee Ontllhl'r 20. 1 R!:. oj: Saddlery, consisting of Ladies. Shawls, Gloves & Bl'k Fi 't.l. Tnrleton ass'd Col's. Gloves.EN'S .
" t .ABKL: & GRIFFIN. Apalnohicola. Bridle Saddles. Martin-' BoiineU, Bl'k Wat'd Whit Silk Illusion, ..

., D. P. HOLLAND, DR. A. R. BKEXLEY, Alligator.Ci5 Staple Goods. gales Stirrups and llitts.,I r'n, Jrk: nud Cul'd Flax Brocade Bl'k I{,ftn(I IYJ. do Alexander's Black and Kid white Glove Silk*G. W

t ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Lelfrr addressed to Mrssrs. Beach tt Bniwnson, T7T.XTUCKY Rising. Southern Lowell Oi'b'gs, DRY GOODS. Tlin'a.l, White V.'at'd Blonde NetL Ulll'do:' Buckskin *
'j Agents at Newlterr C. II, S. C. Rev. Re JV (;Sunny Cloth Vnuclnse -Spool K/littingand Work .
Qnincy), Florida .? by C. CO pieces ; do Lisle Thread
Bile Vii inia" Georgia Kerseys, mi? Cot ton,
Ropo.
S. Board of same State. r Ribbons
i.1 &. Trimmings. do .Drab Bearer
: WILL practice in (he Courts of the Middle Cir G hESS SraIGs.Jan. 9."1831. Cotton Manilla: : I Ilopcs, S-4 7 8 .t 4-4 Flirtings Together, with a variety of other articles, all of which

;,: and Jackson and FrunkLo Counties. Messrs. BEACH tt nlto\\'x ',.-Sins: I f'.wlfilr an- Nero BlanUts 4G-- -A 1 I'M! C"U/i and we will sell on as rcasouable terms as rny other DONNET .t Sa'h Rtb'ns. Black Silk Fringe, r dodo Sup Buck Chamois Lined BerHa Glare*

i I October !3, 16:2. 115! tf o'her bottle of your Marchisi's Uterine Catholicon." Maeimw do Linen Sli.-tinjs! House in the ei y. HEIR t RUST.October -D Taffeta d Idin" Zephyr Worsted, LADIES' Gauntlets
Alexander Kid
L I'F. WILLIAM SCOTT My wife has IK.-CII afflicted for eleven yc.irs, and n va Grey Saddle: DmKctR. Cli"etaw. Strtje4.| 15.- _.l6-r. : -- 11 --. _ Silk Velvet Braid, Clip assorted A Belt White Worsted it)cord Binding Bobbin do do Silk Gloves do
(; White ( Plains ,
IIf has ,
riety means been rplu'
resorted to fur relief but I"l1was ''ltlu\'ie do Thibet do
:? i 1-4 Hats & Cap3. V\ bite Silk Fringes, Snake Cord-A Tape
r rr1g'V AT LAW obtained until I received this inedi'-mefioni, )1It/ lui..n. 1.0\.1 do Taffeta Silk dodo
-
t14'A Its influence seemed nlmnt there 11)) 4 1[envy (, -n *nI1m f3 "1 713 -
FLA. mngteal ; was amanifest ; are just receiving a large stock< Cashmere dodo
t MONTICELLO Gloves
" improvement (torn the day it was taken. SI 4- Whitney Wyoming blurting*, fcS VY tWin New- Yurk, which lie will sell I &, Mitts. Silk Fleece Lined Gloves

f July 1853... SO tljan As there are a great ninii>' femnles our country Marlboro Stripes; Plaid.Pntium] low. HEIR & RUST. Ifs jf'1o LADIES aw'd and colored Kid Gloves, do Bever Gauntlets.

r ; EHSKINE & DILWORTH laboring under the nfiliction fwr wbich jour medicineprtipmcH Wide Chambnty' Stripes, Platers Uro. Dri.COml October 15,_l53.. 41 !YII !/r. 4' 4' Silk "
n rcniedv, I feel it a duty to recommend it llio Linsi-y, Naumkcni ------ U l.1 Beaver Rich
Dress
i ; ATTORNEYS AT LAW to nil Mich. CLOUGH S. flEA itt). Super Apron Ch'k. WATCHES, CLOCKS, AND JEWELRY. Cashmere Silks.

'. J. 11. MABCIIISI & C< ProprieU Ccutral Depot, :04 W'tc Rock (Jreen .. Buck Gauntlctts, p ICII Black and Fancy BrocLa Silks,
t MOXTICKLLO: AND QCINCV.JOHV Broadway, New-York. Gala 4'v.. Clams TOWLE & MYERS a TIn Silk Mitts, ,I_ ". Plain and Plaid II

.,; EfiBEixc Quincy-W. S. DIUVOHTH, Monticello. January i., 1 IS1. 2 Cm Plain Liascy) I.i ht. ARE now reeehins and have on II Worsted Figured de Sou

: July 23, 1853. 29UAUTIK I Green: Funnturc I :r t. } their Fall supply of October 23, 1853. 43 Changeable Silks
.:* A LARGE LOT of TOBACCO SEHARS, Brown Glasgow Stripes, Buck"ye riiambrny, i-.. GOODS to which they Mould respectfully ". Striped 4.'I .
: and :Solace, at HODGKISS tNovembtr COTr. I. White Dom. Flainxl Tweed! 44 Black Italian "
1' boar, E. u. II. BAVU'bUX. Crpll call the attention of the public: .
19, 1853. 46 I Medal" Insolvent Estate Notice. 6 Rept Silks and Satins
; DOBY & DAVIDSON Wol" Gold Gold Hunting Levers bv Tobias,
4 4 Ballard Vale We Kb FllnJ.11. 44 .4 E. D. Johnson STATE OF FLORIDA. t Black and Fancy Armore SilltJt

} .t \ i1"OFnJ Y AT L4Wfl Bonds and Liabilities of the.Union Rank" Cadet I n.1 J.118. Retl .t Oi niuji* Ilannels, 'I Jmli.) Johnson,, i feffercon Cuinty, -\"it: J f .

: QUINCY, FLORIDA. 170R sale by C. A. COE. Excelsior Tuided A. Gauzi Gentemen's! Open Dial Gol l Levers DANIEL T. LINGO, Sheriff and ex-officio admini- Mantles and .TA1na.

f.l WILL practice in the Middle Circuit of Florida, i- 5 Stone Street New Yoik. Milford I. Linen Crii'li, Ladies Gold Hunting Levers,bv A mold.Davis Co.. the estate cf John N. Partridge, late of RICH: Embroidered Mantle,ID all color;

tm ;in the Eastern Counties of West noriJA.b .- December 17 IP\3. 50 tf I I Blue .t 12-" Il'iiniltoti: :"*" Sheeting, 'I U .4 Cooper
. All bui-inesa entrusted to their cure will receive prompt: Shaded J.li.illla, Watches of all descriptions, office of said county a1 ri ten suggestion that hottlicvcfl U U Fringe do

.s attention.Winber24,1S53.. Notice. ,I'riuo" K: hsh Family ".. Silver Hunting L'-vers, the K-tcte of said Jciin N. Partridge, deceas- U Emprefls" do

.t 51 SIX months from date, the( undersigned Executor of Arkwright D'k O'n Joans, 4-4 CalL Silver Hunting Anchors. Lepines and common e d. to be insolvent; .4 Plain and Embroidered Silk Talma*,
InAt Will mid 'ICbtUIICiitJ(1lfl I-der.decenacd. Briuht D. C. WILSON. Watches and Marble Mantle Clocks.JIYE1RY. Thereupon notice i ill given to all p*srons having 4' Black Cloth Talmas,

BAKER & McIVER, lut It ATTORNEYS touchers to the Judge uf PiobaUfnrlxy> with the Judge of Probate for said county, on or before -
AT LAW, n County NEW FALL"AND WINTER GOODS. Fine Gold Cliatnlnin Chains, Braceleta fine Coral.
uulnhk for the 14th day of February next.
a iACI'\I'gt' J. S.ISLER, Executor. Alpaccas &c.
TALLAHASSEE AND QUINCY. FLORIDA, Pearl and Gold B--oin Pins, Ear Rings cur Pins, ,
January 21, 185-1. Cm. 3Administrator's fTMIK underriirnedbeij: *. to '1'-umle to his ciiitoJL -i Cuff$ Button and Gentlt.mell's TtlO&J.CHASE, Black
practice in the Middle and Western Circuits > Finger Rings: Gold Alpacca,
WILL ----- Judge of Pro att. RICH
mIII
Florida and ;in tile Counties of Decatur and Ol'rJ : (p-.iblic that lie hJ just received by 'i Fob, Vest, and Guard. Cliniis. Seal*. fiuck T.. and Blue .
nil the May 14,1853. 19 Sm
JI Thomas\ (Ga Notice. ( r'eul nrii\nl and is now. "r'liug one of. thenuMt 1 Kr v. Gold. Thimbles. Gold Pen and Pencil Cases, Painted and Figured Alp acca,
.
SIX months from date, the undersigned] Adminiifr.v exlt'mh'Ilril nnd! ( (' (if rt i 1 Tooth Pil'b. Gold I'ens. Gold and Silver SK-ctaca-! Notice. Black Bombazines

:;: uor.r.ixo BAKICR, A. N. H'IVLIC, I on tic! optnte of Mary Irl,.r, deceased, late of GOODS ever ought, to this::market, all! of which are i i Double Eyed Silver Spectacles Silver and l' :U'1 4' Canton Cloth,

t b Tullalia.\rt. Quiney. I Leon Cou ity, will jirewnt hi* final account and touch- offered to the he will i Kit \1e mi.lt-r-old bv any l hone in this citr.November of the Estate of Alexander Heudry, deceased
! 7 18a.$ 1 era ( Judge of Probate f"r I oon County, and ask Holders, Fan, Papi :r Neache Ie !. Port Folios and German Merinoes.
f January for a discharge. J. S. ISLEIJ, niuistiator.: -- -- .- 5-, J 83::1.$ 41" I). C.. .- X. Album }'bvera.4e5, Tea Trays, Girandole, Par- late of Ondsden County, Florida will present his final Parametta Cloths.Cassimere's .
-- -
_January 21, 1854. Cm. 3 Dress Goods.STAPLE lor and 1'a.s"ae I imp*, Globes and Chimney*, Fca- account and vonchen to the Hon. Judge of Probate of
l' JOSEPH II. DuPONT, tier) CliMirTable.Mat Pocket Compare; Sur- said County and ask to be discharged.! &c.
and Silks
i ATTaMEY AT LAVS//, r- FAIRBANKS'PLATFOBM Ei.L'JMi Fnncy hand v'>\'ort'Bell Chain. one Field Cl'IIIJMS.IIOU!, Tell and September 10, 1858. GEORGE 36 A. HENDRT.6m TpNGLISH Cassimeres, Philadelphia Jeans

::.. QUINCY, FLORIDAWILL 1-q [ SCALES\ FI"re/le and, Marcel line Silks Hi Casbmareta, Black Cloth(for Talmai,)

.v* continue to the office rocentlv oecu- Silk Tiu '. (nrted) o n.\.F. AND PI.ATCD ''.'RE. Kentucky JeaDlTan Colored doth dtJ.
. occupy I.O.K>O\VX- SRXKKELY TKSTKD Notice. Brown do do
and!
[1ft. by the late firm of C. II. & J. H. DuPont) : Wiri-tcJ 15-iajjos: Silver 1'a1ID'ot'rt., nnd Tea Spoon Butter Ohio
f t r-; &nd to practice in the Adjacent Cuuuticnof tlw Middle? -ALWAYS Klf.ll, 'I 111! AC- lrageEvetiiIiL n.l... Knivc and Silver Cuji*. Plated Tea Sets," Ba.ketCii'tor ", SIX months after date I shall present my' final ac- -

.'i and Western Circuits. lie will also attend the terms ;, KMl\VLKUiKU A\'D.\JtI). : Drf-.. (a..oitetl) I *, Urns Fruit Stands. Waiter. Butter Ib-hes 4 arid vouchers to the Honorable Judge of Ladies Handkerchiefs, &.C.

1ti of the Supreme Court in Tallahassee and Waiianua. (I AgC'uts-cw York,FAIRBANKS i Co.89 Water J'lin. C'licekcliid I I-'igurt-.l Pojulii Drcscrs.I I and Candle Stick. Silver I'Jatct.I"orks. Table Dessert Probate Jeffirson County, a* exet-utor of the last Plain Corded Border Handk'fa.
; January 7,1834. 1 La.Jn-liaduc.: ihL", and Tea Spoons.Fine -"ill mid tcitament -: July 16, 1S53. 28 Cm d .ed and ask for dismwoion
Slrip'1 i Double Barrelled Gun Sin it Pouches and crm County, 'Tea a Scolloped dod

Jl' -I---- JACKSON J. MTSHV Administrator's Notice. Strij><>il nnd Glut- (l Persian Cloths} nvdi-r F1a k*. Engli- Cnps (;inn Wad. Cleaning from my ext utlir.hir. LLOYD SKANNAL Embroidered dodo

M C.i hmcri" and} Merinnes, lUxl, fine Fable! CutWy, with or Rillxnit Fork, Carvers by bin attorney in fact Wy DeDD. Plain Mourning do
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF GOODS, ALL personsliavingany demands ngainst I the(stafs Opera Flamu-I*, fine jvwket Cutlery of all description, fine Jefferson County. -'la., Octofcer 15, 1853. 41 6m do Embroidered Collar,

JI. JMotriiig Care, Dccalur County, Ga. G. E. Farmer and G. R. Fanner decea -d. are Ch-cked nnd} Pl.-iM Clonking, Sciors mill! Shear Walking Cane, Accordians do French Worked do

I. P. BROOKS Agent. )hoi eby called upon, to prt) .!ent them witliout dcl.iv! ; to Indies Cloths, (:ansiirtc-]) Flutes, Violen Violen 1J4)vs. Violen awl Guitar AGENCY OF THE / TNA INSURANCE CO. do do do Chemizettes.
ft the unJoraigncif adininintrjtorK, and all creditor*, I legn. Italian Cloth, Razor. Razor Lubin'.s,
I Striiiij* Strop, Extract, Co- do do do U Undersleevcs
..r, '.}. nellembcr 4. 1853. 61 I i toes, and pel'sons entitled! todi*>trit>uti. (>niiiRaid estates I Boinbayiiif" uinl Alpaccns, (t/jsorl.I)) logne. Lavender Brown Windsor and Yankee Shaving THE undersigned receive applications Agent of for the and above make Company.insurance do Bruxtll Point Lace Collars,
will take notice that their claims
and deinan! 1
3.I; -- ------- )la"IirII.ln""or.t'1( !) October :
SO 1852.
Soup 4J:
do Valenciennes and Honitoo CoHart
'ainst loss Fin- Brick and Frame
bv (In Buildings
barred the
Notice.I at expiration cof two years from tliis date, I ThiUt Cl<.th. -
I unless exhibited within the I Furniture, Merchandize, :. -
same. PREMIUM COTTON
( .itnbiii, (assorted GINS.
; *
:.f 4"I HEREBY pve notice that, nt the expiration W. MURRAY. ) Jnuuarv29.185S. 4 D. C. LEWIS. Hosiery, &0.LADIES' .
.
;i of six wteks from thin date, I shall applY to the Faifv I 1'1 hits, T. TA"I.un fc CO.. Proprietors of the Co- --.
ti: ; JAS. P. FARMKR.I Tnilfed PerMan E White Cotton Hose,
lei Oommistioner of Pensions fur the, re-isI ue of Ulltllllv.T' 21 1R5J. Sw 3 .Adiiiinir-triit'. Pili.ts I liimhus Cotton Gin Mallufactory,have the<-:11i Gadsden Circuit Court. Slate do do
January
Gill1'hnmc; (as-.oited) D. C. WILSON. i"laclionltJ.lunuunce their
. lAUd Warrant No. 24,785, for 40 ncrcs, is-ncd to sire i to patrons and the 11 antei do Morarian Cotton Hose,

:.\ under the act of Sfpteml>er 28tb, 1850 for FcrvicogintLe Bounty Land Warrants -\ov4.liIlM.r-- .- 5, iNVl.: .. 44 --.---- generally, throughout the Cotton growing region .. George N. Heir & James S. Rust l) For foreclosure DILL of do Black Lamb. Wool Hose

: I' Florida War under dipt Padgct, nnd which enid the Hats and tl'al they ,ape prepared supply any number TB. f do do Cashmere dodo
at rif'
J.t BOUGh1' hiylictt T ami prncur.1tt 11 Caps. of Iheir celebrated PREMIUM GINS. William A. J. Wright ) Mortgage.
.J. varraut stolen from in October, 1 Mt
b. was mv do do
; MOSES DANIEL e who have not been able to e tab N FJ\Slll ION.tILE Imp. Moleskin Hats t ,, Where I these Gin have been once used, k wouldbe appearing to the Court, by affidavit made in this Alpacca
iLt I_ hoh their claims. If haureccied less H IT do Lisle Thread dodo
nny a a deemed unnecessary (for the Manulactnierfto' say *', that the above named deft'ndantresides out
Dec
w _Abrnbamlown_ _SI_. 1853. i:_ 6rrAdministrator's amount tluin they were entitled to, let me know it.- Black ( :tssmere Citizens a word in I their tavor a* I hey feel conrillt'lIllilE' ma ot the State or Florida, bat iu the United S'ates, Black and White Silk Hose

Having had fourteen years exjxrience in the prnnicti- Beaver elarendoiu chilies have been brought to such perieclion. t hat // i. Order id. That the sad defem'ant do appear MEN'S White Cotton-Half Hose,

.t..! 1. Sale. tion and settling Go\ernmcnt claims, I umi'rotand U soft 'I I their superior performance will recommend I hem, and answer the Bill of Compluint filed iu tbis cause do Fanedo do do

. ; Y Monday, the -lib day of February next will be fully the ways and means getting through tbc various Ie Ot'r 1Jrueh .4 i in preference to all other Gin* now in USP. For (the within four mnutl.s from the date of the publication of do Mixed do Merino do do do dado dodo .

4 fj 0 sold before the Court Home door in TnllnhasFoe, Departments at WII'llin rtlJn. I haw in my 44 Caccil/1'ro sOft satisfaction ul lh, oe who have not used the Gin, this order, otherwise the raid bill will be taken for
posneacion record evidence of 235: *; }Florida 87 Alabama a ,\ ,,1" a and tinted with I heir reputation I the Proprietor Provided That thisonlef] do Lamb's Wool half Hose;
% at public ontcry,. the following real estate of Violet are unacrja r Df'Slo.C\J: a e'.pvof 00.published -
i' Harris deceased."..'It: 120 Georgia, besides South Carolina and Tenncs Drab !(Jf crown need only say, (that the FIRST Premium in some newepnpt-r published in Tallahassee o.Heayy Brown Cotton do

?tii tli- lots Nos. 1ft, 16, 47, 49, CO. 53, i4, 50. and par' of ee Muster Rolls of persons cnijiKed in the FlorMa Pearl mftDrub have been awarded to them for the BEST GIN exhibited once a week for the space i>i f,nr months. do do ,White Lwle Thread Silk M u do do ,

; .: Lot No. 48, in the N. W. addition tbe City of Talkliasftee. \Var. If you have any Quarter Master IVnsion or a ('IIc lInere 44 all|he great State Fair held at A:lanta, Georgia j. WAYLES BAKER judge
'
;'1 ) Also Lot No 68. 81, 90, 103 and 106, in the Bounty Laud Claims call in. No chnr e, if I obtain loll'okiu. ; also' at I the Alabama and' Georgia .Agricultuialand ATCHAMBER October 11. 1853. 45 4m. -
i DO money, C. H. BLOOD. DII) 13 .4 Mt'rhanic''l-"air at Columbus ; and at the Tweeds and Kerseys.trEAvY .
-4 8. i of of the County 4 addition of the city of T lluLassee. -
R. A. SHINE Adrn'r.Janu.Z185L N. B. Persons with unsettled business connected .4 English! Drab beaver IIIe annual Fair of the South Carolina Institute, at : English Tweeds I
Circuit of FloIida.IN
Middle
f' 1 6t with the late establishment are also invited to calL Suit WoolCrf'iinere It Umli-'ton. The Cotton ginned on thn Gin revived .LJ do American dodo

November 1853. 44 Cm .4 blnck nnil drab (the first t Premiums at the exhibition held in LEON CIRCUIT COURT. Black and White Washington Kenej

1 z4 Administrator's Sale. Hamilton County Sheriff's Sale. Clutreu'I hC'%"(-rs mill feathers Charlf'!lonSnulh Carolina,aim _i every Fair where eseph B. Batchelor To Srg.Term 1853. Attach- do Cable Warp Kerseys,
Heavy wool \hints for Negroes. ampleul) Cotton from them have been exhibited. v*. ) meut in Debt. Amount do Georgia dodo
:' .. WILL be sold on Mondav the 6th day of February BY virtue of a writ fIr fieri facias, issued from the (ii'iits ami! l5<>vs cloth caps. The PropIi"Ifhare in (heir po!se*.ionnurnHriu James II. Branch k } sworn to fl024 .00. Flan Plaid and Striped Osnaburgt.
1" order of the HOD. Judge of Probate Office of the Circuit Court of the County pl.iiil I. .4 reiti6catesfroin Planter, Cotton Brokers, Com- Branch j

. One half interest in lot No.13,Northeast addition of Hamilton, wherein John II. Baker is plaintiff null lien and Buys glazed mission Merchant, and Manufacturers of Cotton! Joseph Gents Handkerchiefs.TS .
of efey TallalwMoe. belonging to the estate of T. W. Isaac Shivers is defendant, I have: levied upon and Ltuthcr Gootts' tetiJiiig that the performance of the Gins, TilE Defendant and all ethers will take notice of Plain Corded BOY'S L.C. HandY*

t'11 l Hams. JOHN J. RO WLES, Administrator. will expose for sale on the first Monday in February 1'0,. i, 1 953. 4 4 D. C. WILSON. and the !Dtnpl* pnidnced by them, cannot be excelled institution of the above suit by attachment Border Handk'ft do Silk do
rt January 7, }B54. 4t 1 between 1 before Gin manufactured.All and are hereby' notified to appear and plead to the
;. next legal hours the Court I[outdoor -- -. .- by any ever Men's Hemstitched do do Reel Bandana dodo
,.. the rules of the
court.
-- in the town the ",'rl'f"r Gin, given either to declaration according to '
"p1h Jasper, following described Administrator'a Sale. o our travellir.c Heavy Silk do do do Pongee do
HUGH ARCHER Jr. Clerk.
; Administrator's Sale. property to-wit: tIC local Aceiit; !, ot forwarded' to (the Proprietor* t b\ do Bandana do Men's Italian Cravats

.1 m: Tuesday tiie 7Ut day of February next will be The S W 4 and the W t of the S E I Sec 15.T 2, O N Tuesday the 7th day of February next,will be mail, will al\vas receive prompt attention. Gin; November 26. 183. 47 Sm do Pongee do do Fancy 'doM

:< ON ()at the'pbntuUon of Wm.Thompson,deceased, R 11, N and E, containing 210 acres, more or less. Mild, at the plantation Wm. Tlunopson.! tIC will be sent to any part of the country, and war -
Levied the of (!cd.all the peri.hableprnpei-ty ldiigiig to mid es- ranted 10 give sati-"l.iclion.' Tax Collector's Sale.
; the perishable 'property or Wm. L. Thompwii ilec'd. upon as property said defendant and S..irJes..
qr to be sold w said writ intO, Cf.nbistinjj of mules, horMS hn i, ouni, odder, JOS. L UITON) Agent, Tallahassre.foliiml.ns .
: ] At thus same time will be hired fur the year, two ne satisfy of fieri facias, nccording Y virtue of authority in me vested by law, I have and Gent's Merino Udder Vesta Ladte/
to law. and other articles i>( a pcriohuhle nature. At the Gi March 20 B ;
JAMES N. ImO ltV 1S5.: 11
ly
' to said estate. JACOB ELIOT. Shcrilt levied and will for sale before the LADIES'
::1 gro men belonging December annie time will be hirnl the of upon expose Silk do do i Lamb's Woel do;LaoW
:n. 1853. 62 rugr''cs skid estate.LUCY
,1:1N January, 7, 1854. 'tf 1 51 Court House in the town of Quincy, Gadsden County. Plaid Wool Shawls ; Cashmere do; do JunbrokK
'lot THOMPSON, Adm'xS CROCKER Y GLASS and STONE WARE the third Monday in April next, the following do- do
Tie
f3 Hardware. Jnnnarv, 1P4. 1Administrator's by' (n ered Thibet do; do Fancy Cheniell Neck ; ,
Notice. ._ HEIR i RUST. seribed property or so much thereof as will pay the Elaaticsdo Elastic Wristlets and Sleeve EaudI-f
SAWS, Screws Brads and Tacks October 15, IS::. 41 and Taxes due thereon for the '
: :i obtained letters administration no the MILL Sale. State County year Sww Mull, Nsrasook, and Jaconet Muslim; f ttipsi land
l Well
i HAVING James W. this is to allpersons Wheels, the Gth of 1853 and the necessary expenses incident thereto to Checked Swiss and Jaconet Muslin; Swi ijsp-
Stiange notify Hand saws assorted, Fancy Bellows O Monday, day Fibnuw nrxt will be fiWynne's Centrifugal Pump. wit ImMIiI
holding claims against said estate to sold before: the Court house Jaconet Edgings and Inserting; Real and '
present Saw Knives Smith's Ik-Hows d-M.r i in Talhil'ii"iee, on Flat
'I Two hundred and ten acres of land, lying
FOURTHS of the FIRST and Valencennes Lnce, Edging anti Insertings .
.II' them legally authenticated within the time at the North COST ;
prescribed Carpenter's Planes ass. Knives and Forks, public outcry, 4f Lot Nn. "5. in the rpIIHEE Robert JimerMn.nUOH .
r-{ by law, or this notice will lie plead in bar ">f their Levels Boxwood Knits original plan "f the city of Tallahawf, belonging to aiimi.annually for repairs paved to all who Creek, belonging to O.MeLEAN, and Honiton Laces; Brit Silk Laces; Brussels doi
Spirit ID1
.m' I'ti final re "eryx.: a H !I'J'AIW. AdrnV. Wrenches, Otter and Muskrat the estate If.JflllI' Pudriek.. dorco!cd I., purchase the above ; which for Eeimnniy, Durability Tax Collector for Gadsaen County. Blond do; Wove do and Insertings;; .Cambrie
Traps,
and I'ower KtAmls unrivalled in the Swiss Baud French and Amenta* .GiIC1'
H January ', 18U. 1 Sw Axes and Hatchets Shears HALEY T. BLOCKEU AdmiDi.trator. World I The attention 6m ; English
and Scissors 41
October 15 1853: _.
'1 Jan.7, 18a.: 1m of PLANTERS is especially called to its efficacy bam French 4 Chintz; Hoyle 4-4 do; 8 ? ,
: Notice. Framing d Tenant Saws Coni.it Rosewood Gauges -,- .-. -- -. 1 for Drainage. It is a perfect: safeguard againstthe Welch and English, White.Scar1et.Teflow and Of**,*

,', 't; Bench and Hand Vices, Piitcut Axle Pullies Metallic Burial Cases. ill effects on Cotton mil other plantations of the Tax Collector's Sale. Flannels; Selisean Flannek, for ladies Sacks) J'IiIIted

;t ALL person* having claims against the estate of Plate and lUni Locks Files and Ita*I'". destructive rains of the Southern climate. Mud, do 8-4, 10-4, 12-4 Whitney Blankets; WJ **
Hf1I .ni L., Thompson deceased, late of LeonCounty Padlocks, Augurs and gimlets, and other substances do not injure it. It is adart grav- BY virtue of the power vested in me by law, I shall of ; quality Plaid Saddle do; ,Bleaebed -,
every ;
: Chisels and for sale before the Court Home at Quincy -
Fr" will present them to the undersigned Admin Gouges Slt'eI8iuares. toil for Steamers '-,sad 44;
Manufactories, Mines, Fire Engine, Brown 9-4, 10-4 and 12-4 Sheetings; u.
. ntmtor within the time prescribed by law or they wil Braces and Bitts, Spring Balances and Steel- in the County{ of Gadsden, on the third Monday in
}'ft Water works fi* large Cities* and all nituations requiring Bleached aDd Brown Shirtinga; 8-4 and 104 D""f,
. be Wind ; and all indebted to said estate are Callipers and Compasses yards April next,the following described property, or so
':+ requcs'V. Sizes 100,000 Brown Table doW
t.; powerful pumps. of 25 gallons to Table Diaper ; 8-4 and 10-
Screw the State and
, ted to make immediately.t Plates. Hammers and Claw much thereof as will pay County. ice
payment UNION Linen Table Oi ',
gallons per minute kept hand by 84 and 10-4 Bleached and Brown
; JACOB ELIOt, Administrator. Stocks and Dies HutchcU undersigned keeps constantly hand raripus capacity on due thereon fir (the year 185S, and the necessary ex .
TIlE on POWER COMPANY New
,
of U. S. 24 Broadway, Damask Napkins, with thing neelouaKXXxrrao. -
every
Chains of all kinds Masons' sizes of the Patent incident thereto to wit :
Tro eIII :
DM.34,18&;. iw 51Executors' Metallic Burial. Cases V ..rk.December. penses [ All of wUoh will be sold a.P' .
I Cutlery, Shoe Knives null Pincers, mentioned in the accompanying certificate.J. Five hundred and sixty-one acres of land lying on
1, 10, 1858. 49 3m ( low, for CASH. Give us a call and we tI
Nails and Iron all sites Anvils Ac., ttc. A. EDMONDSON.WAHHIXOTOX Rock Creek, purporting to belong to L. S. Catlin bly .
: t I Notice. Butts and Hinges, HUGH O. McLEAN, ourselves (ityo purchase of us,) to give yos v J lit rf

t' SIX months er date, to-wit: on Friday the 21st I Together with a large supply of Groceries. Crock.i April SIlL Oats Seed Oats Tax Collector: for Gadsden County. equivalent few your mooey h goods of the t""i.

.P' ;f 1 of July next I shall 'present to. aLe Court of i cry and Glass Ware, and Wooden Ware Oils Paints MKSSBS. FIRK AND RATMONP, "I Afi Bushels Northern Oats October 15. 186S. 41 8m test stylea and the Terr beet quality. nn/rtrZ

4;.' r Probate% ,.for we County of dade, my account and Drugs &c. Also Hosiery, and A full assortment f Gx-rucM :-We witnei'sed the utility of your ornamental J.UU 10 Bbla. Mess Pork, landing per k Coe" and !THOMAS H. CRICHLOW' 4tNotion. BRU'l. i
: t Tooehers Executor of the Estate articles. 1 for sale by McNAUGHT i ORMOND. Administrator's Sale. November 28. 1853. -
_. M of Reuben B. Hicks fancy D. C. WILSON. Patent Metallic Burial Case." used to convey -

1'. I ,daoeascd. and apply to the Judge of said Court, for a Novembers, 1858.' 44 the remains of the late Hon. John C. Culhoun to Newport Jannary 1, 1854. 1 ON Monday tho 6th day of Februrry next, I will .. .
final discharge: of which all parties interested will --- the Congressional Cemetery, which impressed us with for sale at public outcry. to the highest bidder WIDII :
please'lake .. BUKWELL B. WILKES, Boots and Shoes.rIME"S the belief that it w the best article known" to us for Notice. before the Court House door in Tallahassee, the WE will make Cub Advance oq Sea rt"

Executor of R. B. Hicks, deceased. the dead in shall final ac real estate of Allen Faircloth, deceased, to- consigned to )1eainJsae.Osdsdi'. )
It / superior Calf Sewed Boots, (ass't) transporting their final rating-place. Months after date, I present my following ...
SIX frieod
JmU12Ii/J84., 0m,. 8At ; Kip pegged With respect wo .ub'cribe ourselves. Yours, io, : and vouchers to (the Honorable Judge of wit: The Southeast i of the Southeast 4 of section I Charleston,. to tboee of >ar ANDEESOjr.October 4G
H. CIa of Wil Northwest of the'Northwect i of the Northweet market J...GKa.
Boys 'It of ,, iLlL-Atebisoii, Jeft Davis Probate for Jefferson County as executrix 24; the i 111

It. ;., : Chambers.Qiririioa 'ilcu's. ADd Boys calf stitched Brogans, Lewis Caw A. C. Urccne, .W. It. King liam O. Clark, tote of said County, deceased,.and sAL: i of section 25 ; and the Northeast i of the North 15,1851 41 ,elll.8. -A

troBff ) .. .e kip"pegged ** D. 8. Dickinson, Dan. Webster' henry Dodge, for a diamiuionfrom my administration of the L east"4 of section 26, all in Township 2. south d Range NoUe8' -

I -, ''';i...V.>*- .l'BiUlor'DivorceCbriskopHer.B. 4'; r1tIiifBQot4) J. M. Mason, J. t BcrrieDp W. .llU1gum.. Estate. EMILY CLARK :Executrix 2. East, containing 180 acres more or lesn Said Und. : -.. .t. .. ,

Stmif.I1t I\ *. G t Bro' October 1, 1853. 89 jf J.-"tt.., Jeffe/*ou County. November 26, 1883.. 6m.t U to be sold by order of the Probate.I Court of --Leonoootv. y11Jd 1ir
for the payment of debt ._ t, : I .
.TH&'M bfmffil (i w this ease and proof baring I IIi and Morocco Slippers, ." .'D CI'l..nA..j ).;! :. ; ,, .
JONATHAN..BOBXRSON.Admoietrator
.! ': \ "
Notice. --.ji. 1"
before tbatsaid defendant resides and Boys sewed alf Brogans, L t3&r
me, f ,
.
Ii : : 1'1: /\F SL I I. -* -
)
\and-aiM for app1J..
:, _toft1ie8Ukt ofnooda:. TU 5s ordered,that a hear- LADIES Dlaefc Patent Oaiters, persons are' forbid pnrchasi or rece1vrn evetydaecri' JU1W'1.'i.:1M4. ., _
be bad UM beta i told bill oo'U. 4thiiondajr "0 J.mstingtip U ALL Warrant f-U by HEIR kBU8T., quntr ., .t\
tag on charged iq No.49,052, for ,,80 ', issue I G Od &W'1", "
I -' JnMarcb.Mlt at U. Court HOUM T..ll.1a.'I .";: 'Kid 1Comco and Ca1rDoot. under the act of September 28, ISStyto: 'Rlw rdT I, ..1 October. IB, 1858. ..cl. -. ,. T Fancy oil sahUe el'l' .; $. ;-t.W.U .". ,.,

i b.e. prov ;Iihorder beisb.1 ': i'. I fili r Dean but not signed by the Conimfcrioner of,Pensions.Said .. Notice.' T17E are now receiving from New'York'LADIESjWiVANOTvDRESS U'I "r.
'I Ia some a..pI ..tJ.h space ortbrcQ Warrant 'having been lost a eaveat against; GOODS, Bonnets, ,*J .' tftP..SSS2i2 I
Misses Lx .ee1tll'.ft.idate."tli luxletsjrfjed wm'pp1i't.i.U..Hoaorabl..Jo. Mantilhs and Collars with ; ,
Cape
Lusting Veils
"' a llted 1o 'I&idr Galten. location hat kbe u filedami at UlOeZpiratlOO...f si.i Gloves + .
._.". J ': ippe"Ud Djortmeotof 1 '- of.1'rob.d. of Leon County. varietr of other Faatr Articles,too numerous td m h- r L. j.
L t'. .,;.J.W" 3 P0011 a gezeraI a. weeks froth U U date.ten Ir 't'4 e*-rsdulicste : S 5OOOt
1fj fcr ths ,
r Attars tstaU John
Children's of.admkiUtrttteo oo >oC HEIR & RTJST.Octebcr ) 1tMtJ.i1bt
dmiat' : .
t1ci-
sboec- .
f .. r.
.,.I \: ; : 4P"Jj'.rDEAl1 ; ". "WiJeu. de e1ateofLuaCo'mty1 ; !r t ,to\lef ; .. ,_; r 1
-4 ; : 15/1858. 41 29,1Sat rt-
'J.1' ..KoT.61853. i. ,
J. J 0.,1 C. n C. WILSON.. D bit'J'lS !. 5: n. ; .'.i'
I \. .r. .1 P.. .' : .cem ,40' .!'- 6'."._ .J .2T: !'1$5I. ;. :. ES"S.fiui'tEw .m'' .
r .t1":1 r 4j7I ., r'. v. .1'r. : ..' .z.'S &;;
l' O lt
J ,
\ .
of" 'f e :
I n 4 4 v. o. .



-
-
-