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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: February 25, 1854
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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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.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
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BY CHARLES E. DYKE. .. .. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA, FEBRUARY, 25 1854. VOLUME WNQ. 8.Carts. .

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SPEECH OF ME. DOUGLASOn consideration I 1 say it did supersede it, because that they might tome in with slavery if they saw hence a part of the Louitana parchu?. 'Yet porary evils, at the Mine time>that they. prescribe

Bill and the Missouri it applied its provisions as well to the proper. I say it could not mean that, for imso nc!) as that middle park is watered and rules of action applicable en1'1wbf'rein
--- -- the Nebraska north as to the south of 36 deg. 30 min. It rnoher reason. The same section contain diained by the waters flowing into (be Colorado all time to come, then JOG avoid the Igita.
:- ANES GADSDEN & co., Compromise. established a principle which was equally applicable ing that proviso t'utofTall that part of Texas when we fore the territorial limits lion foiever, if yon obseive good faith to the
On Monday Jan. 30, Mr. Douglas delivered to the country north as well as southof north of36 deg. 30 min. and hence ihrrn was of Utah, instead running that 'air-line, we provisions of these enactments and the princi.

Sealtoi\ & Upland Cotton Factors, a peech in vindication of his measure previously the parallel 36. 30--a principle of universal nothing for it t optmto upon. It did not, ran along the ridge of the mountains, and cat pIes established by them.
-ALSOCnt"ol introduced in the Senate, to organise application. The authors of this abolition thneflre. relate to the conntry cutoff. What off that part from Nebraska or from the Lou Mr. President, I repeat that so fur as the
Commission Merchants, in the known manifesto attempt to rebut this: presumption, r.latt to I Why it meant simply this: isana purchase and. included it within the question of&Invery is concerned,there is nothing .
territorial governments country and maintain that the Compromise of 1850 By the jf'int resoution! of 1845 Texas was limits of the Territory of Utah. in the bill under consideration which does

No. 62 CHARLESTON East Bay, C. by the name of Nebraska, embracing all the did not supersede that of 1820, by quotingthe annexed with the right to form four additional Why did we do it? Because we sought not carry oat the principle of the Compromise -
t, unorganised territory now belonging to the proviso to the first section of the act to States out ot.her territory, and such States as for a natural boundary, and it was morA nat measures of 1850,by leaving the people to

'tlf- *F.*"EDWARDS GAfrrzK, >> Opposite P. and M. Lank.ciKVE United Statc, amounting to about 280,000 establish the Texan boundary: and establishthe wer south 36 deg. 30 mum. were to come in ural to take the mountains a a boundary, do as they please, subject only'to the 'provisions -
.rr-RAUI J/MK8 E. *. ) miles. Mr. Douglas had pressed the Territory of New Mexico. That provisowas with or without slavery, as they saw proper, than by an air-line to cut the valleys on one of the Constitution of the United States.If .
SepteflT 10, 1853. EC Cm square but had added by way of amendment, on motionof and in such Stile or Slates! ns were north of side of the mountains and annex them to the I that principle is wrong, the bill is wrong.
early consideration of his bill, yielded Mr.I Mason of Virginia.I that lnE shivery should be prohibited. When country on the other side. And why did we I If that principle is right the bill In right. It
WALTERS & WALKER, to the solicitation of the Abolition Sena- repeat, that in order to rebut the presumption wo cut off all north of 36. de
Cotton Factors, and General Commission tors to defer it for some days, on the plea as I 'before stated, that the Missou. and thus circumscribed the boundary and diminished the old boundaries! The simple reason worth; it is not the mere words'the mere

Merchants.ALSO that they wished an opportunity to look into ri Compromise was abandoned and superseded the territory of Texas, the ques ion was, that so long as we acted upon the principle phraseology that oar cnuUUu eU':.with..to
the provisions of the bill He afterwards discovered bv the principles of the Compromise of .soe hnw.man1 Slates will Texas ''JttitfL of settling the slave question by a geographical jdg*'.r"tv.! .. 1Ppr_
Line of Packet b.twt n 1850,*these confederates cite the following t under this circumscribed boundary Ctr- line, so long we observed those .feet of our legislation. .
for tbe Pioneer that they had already prepared a amendment offered to the bill to establish the tainly not four, it will bo argued. Why ? boundaries strictly and rigidly ; but when The )legal effect of this bill, .if,it he passed

CHARLESTON AM) "w-pOT. publication, denouncing the bill and its authors boundary of Texas and create the territory Because the original resolution of annexation that was abandoned, in consequence of the as reported by Committee. on Territories,

Eoyce & Co's Wharf, \ in the most scurrilous terms, and that of New Mexico in 1850: provided that one of the States, if not action of free-soilers and abolitionists, whenit is neither to l Ic-gisl.Ve slavery into these Territories

CHARLESTOy.R. C. their motive in asking delay could he none 1 I "ProrideJ, That nothing herein contained more, should be north of 36( deg. 30 min. was superseded by the compromise measures nor out of them, bat to leave the people
H. TTavotTAtTFR, OKOEOK 1L WALTI. than time for the circulation of I shall be construed to impair or qualify any It would. l 'lve'i then doubtful whether Texnt of 1850, which rested upon a great uni- to do as they please under the provision and
\VM.KUUAugust other to
R. T. gam I t'.ung contained in the third article of the second I was to two or three additional States versal principle there was no necessity lot subject to (be limitation of the Constitution
1P52. 32-ly
13, their slanderous statements.In I section of the joint resolution for annex. under the circumscribed boundary. In orderto keeping in view the old and unnatural boun of the United States. Why should not this

)R. TT. C. imiTAKER, the opening of his ppeecli Mr. Douglas I ing Texas to the United States, approved I put that mater to rest, in ordi-r to make a dary. For that reason, in making the new principle prevail ? 'Why should any man,
PHYSICIAN. characterises these proceedings as they de I March 1, J815, either as regards the numberof final settlement: in order to have it explicitly Territories, we formed natural boundaries irrespective North or South, object to it! I will especially -
RESIDENT TALLAHASSEE. FLA. SCTIll' then proceeds to recite briefly States that may hereafter be formed out I understood what was the meaning of Congress of the source whence our title was address ths argument to my own section of

Ms proft't'FillnAll'J'\jr<8 to the citizens of|'' the history of Congressional legislation on I, of the Suite of Texas, or otherwise." I the Senator from Virginia offered the I derived. In writing these bills I paid no at- country, and a"k why should any northern
OFFERS! l'c and \iiiiitV. Office fit d-wr KiiMfP. :. I After/ quoting this proviso, they make the :. amendment, that nothing then-in contained i tention to the fact whether the utle was ac- man object to tim principle! If yoa will review
.!it Office builJiug i immediately ndjoitiinjj l>r, the Ftibjict, of slavery, and to show that it I II following statement, and attempt to gain credo should impair that provision, either as to the I quir d from Louisana. from France, or from I the history of tbe slavery question in
Nni-h. I was characterised: from the first by a deter- it for its truth by suppressing material facts I number of stats or otherwIse-that is, that Mexico; for (lt rence did it make ?- the United States you will see that all the
January 14, IPS;I. 2_ly_ !! ruination to settle the matter effectually by whieh appear upon the face of the same stat. : Texas: should bi en'itled: tutlie' same num'ierj The principle we had established in great resaltsin behalf free titutina'Whieh

PERRY AMAKER j marking a geographical line between the ute, and produced, would conclusively disprove I (,f fctales wi h her reduced bounda ies as shewould t'ie'! bill would apply equally well to either.In hive ben wok: 'd out have Wen accomplished
A. the statement : havH }been rmilled :to under her larger I fixing those boundaries, I paid no at- by the operation of this' principle! and by
&T7V1TL1, I States that recognised, and those that did not '. It is solemnly declared in the very compromise I boundaries; and those State; shall COO? t-ntion to the fact whether they included old it alon .. t

TALLAHASSEE, FLA. : recognise slavery. The first instance was acts that nothing herein contained in with or without slaverv., being all so-ith ot territory or not, whether the country was When these States were colonies Great -

Ksv 21, is::. 20 ____ i i the Onlinarce of 1787, which prohibited slaI I, shall be construed to impair or qualify' the I 3i; deg. 30 rnin. and nothing to impair that covered by the Missouri Compromise or not.Why Britain, every one of them was a slaveh'.lding
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I i very North of the Ohio River to the Western 'prohibition of slavery norh of 30 deg. 30 min. I II rijjjht shall be in'erre.l from the passage of the ? Because the principles established in province. When constitution of the United a
JOHN B. GALBRAITH, limit of our .then territory-the MississippiRiver. I and vet, in the face of this declaration, that act. Such, sir, was the meaning of that the bills superseded the :I.so.r Compromise.For States was formed, twelve out of the thirteen -
AT LAW.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR I sacnd prohibition is said to be overthrown.Can proposition. Any other Ctstrctior of i that reason we disrlgrde the old boundaries were slaveholdiog States. Since that i
The next the Missouri Compromise
TallahasRcr, Florida was presumption further go ?" would stultify the very character and purpose disregarded territory to which it time, six of those States; have become (ree.-
: Office tip-stairs in the Capitol immediately which prohibited slavery North of the I will now proceed to show that presumption of its mover, the Senator from Virginia. applied, and di disregarded the source from How has this been effected t Was it by virtue
'1Joluin th< Senate Chamber. [Cot 9. 40 ( line of 3G-30', and West to the limits of our I could not go further than is exhibited in I Such, then, was not the only intent ot" tin- whence the title was (Ieri\ld. I say, therefore abolition: agitation in Congress Wasit

I D. P. HOLLAND, then territory. Finally on the admission of this declaration. mover, bat Fuch is the legal effect of the law, that a close examination of this act in obedience to the dictates of the federal

ATTORSET AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Texas, the same line was adopted to her extreme They suppress the following material facts and I say that no 0:1, after reading the oth. clearly establishes the fact that it was the government Not at, all; 'but they have be.
Qainry Florida, which produced, would have disproved er sections of the bill-those to which I have I intent as well as the legal effect of the compromise come free States under the silent'but sure and
Western limit rule to be abided
TT7ILL in the Courts of tie Middle Cir,. *, as a thfir statement: I referred-can doubt that s-Jt-h was both the measures of 1850 to supersede the irresistible, working .f that great princijle of
tVlit..praetirc uid of Jackson find Frnnkhn Countk.OetoLer I l by, in case of her being divided into several They first suppress the fact that the same intent and the legal effect of that law. I.I Missouri Compromise aid all geographicaland self-government which teaches every people indo

23. l.r>2. 42 tf :'States This last provision was introducftl ; section' of the act cuts off from Texas, and I I Then, I h'lii to_the Senate if I have not I territorillints. that which the interests of tht-m-elves and

WILLIAM SCOTT by Mr. Douglas himself, then a member o' j cedes to the United States, all that part of convicted[.Im* mimlrsto: issued by the Sir, in order ti avoid any misconstruction, their posterity morally-aud' pecuniarily may
the House. not bc'cnue he approved of Congressional I Texas which lies nom th of 3(5 di-g. 30 nun. 1 tion conftderatcs, 'if> being a g-oss hr'li'\; \ I will state more distinctly what my pretS require.i
ATTORNEY ATMONTICELLO LAW, the hut because They then! suppress the further fact that this : tion of the! laws of th;> lands and by that I ill: i is upon this I.nint So far as th Under the operation of ibis prmriple New e-
on
legislation subject,
FLA. sanif section of the law cuts off from Texas, sification: that an erroneous :Lu.1 injurious: imprtsion I New Mexico his inriuded the territory Hampshire became free, while South Carolina .

1 uh1. S3.; 30 tljanERSKIXE _ I it had been established by precedent: I a large tract of rountry tl1 tile west, more has been created upon the pab'ic I which had been subject to the Missouri Corr- continued to hold slaves; Connecticut abolished .
& DILWOIITH I, and presented a feasible way of disposing (if1 I than three degrees of longitude, and added it !, minrl. I am sorry to be rnp"Ied! to indulge I promise provision, to that extent they absolutely slavery, white Georgia held on to it;
I the question by laying the foundation for running to the territory of the I United Slatts.! They in I language of thi< severity ; but there is nn I I auuulE'tthe Missouri i Compromise.As .- Rhode Island! abandoned ihj institution, while

ATTORNEYS AT LAW I i .that line through to the! Pacific, whenever then suppress tlio further lact that this territory ; other language that i i" adequate to expresslh"indignilioii to tht unorganized! territory not coveredby Maryland preserved it; New York, New Jersey -
MONTH'ELLO AND QI'INCV.JOB should the thus rut off fiom, Texas and to which tl.e uith which I see tii! attempt, nt these bills, it was superseded by the principles anti Pennslyvania abolished 1ayer-
Etscixe: Quincy-W.S. DJLTTORTH, Mouticello.Jnl.r we acquire intervening territory Missouri! Compromise lne did apply, was in- I only! to mlsl-ad:: : the public: hut malign, niy :. of the Compomise of 18:0.Ye all while Virginia. North, arolina Kentucky
23. 1653. 29r6M I from Mexico. We lime very briefly corpoiati-d! into the Tt-rritory of New M xi.ro. character, by d'Iheratt: il-iificatinn! of the; }.ub i I: know the object of the compromise, measures re'ained i it. Did they de it at jnmr bidding!
I stated; the ealcer's! positions: in the And then what! clone ? It I lie staWs: and the public *. certain
sp opening was was incorj>orated rlco.t of ISO was to establish : great principles I Did they do it at the dictation of the federal
R. H. M. DAVLDO$ I
& z&Iuiz DOBY & DAVIDSON part of his hpeech. We now quote I him in into that territory vviih this clause : I Sir, this m'sr.'preslltaion! f.iU'ficalon: : which wou1 avoid the slavery agitation I government? Did they d>) it ia obedience to

full that portion most interesting to our read "That, when aumiU-d as a State, the said i!fIS not s'oi heie. In order to give r ea'er in all time to come. Was it our object simply any, of your Wilmot} provisos or ordinance
ATTORNEYS: AT LAW, Territory, or ally portion of the same shall pau.ii.ity! t:* th irs_ tern nts, they go farther to provide for 1 temporary evil I Was it of'87 ? Not nt a'!!. They did it by virtuof
QUINCV. FLORIDA. ers. be received into the Union, wit or without ar.d state tint ''it is solemnly declared in the our object; jut to heal over an sore and their! right *s freemen under the constitutionof
"TT7IIJL practice iu the Middle! Circuit of Florida slavery, as their constitution may prescribeat COflr'1iSI net 'that! nahinghrrin con I Iavt it to break out again tVas it our object the Uniter States to establish and abolish
V and in the Eastern Counties of Wet FloridaAll .- In ISIS we nrqnired 'from Mexico[ the the time of its adoption." I I to impiir 0:qUi: to adopt a mere miserable expedient to such inslitutions as they thought their own
business entrusted to their care will receive prompt country between the Rio del! Norte and the the : of north of <
attention.Deerober24.. Yes, sir, the very bill and section from 1 prohibition! slavery apply to that territory, and that alone and good required. :
"IPS*. 51 Pacific ocean. Immediately! after that acquisition -\ which .11() quote cuts off all that part off: 30 min. and yet, in the face of| this declaration leave ourselves entirely at sea without compass Let me ask you, where have you Eaceeed-
the Senate, on my own motron, voted I. Texas which was to be free I by the Missouri that! sacied prohib'tion is sail to be o- when new territory was acquired or ed in excluding slavery by an act of Congres
BAKEK & McIVER into a bill a provision to v\tend the ) I hrnwn. Can further."
< veil presumption ?
lis.\\ Compromise, together with some on the south go new territorial organisations were from one inch of the American coil You
.ATTORNEYS AT LAW, souri Compromi indefinitely westward side ot the line, incorporates it !nto the "fer.j In ti3 very teeth of this statute saving. that !. Was that tbe object for which the eminentand tell me that did it in the Northwest
TALLAHASSEE AND QUINCY FLORIDA. the Pacific ocean, in the same sense, and with I ritory of New Mexico ; and then sa\s they should come in, with or without fliver- venerable Senator from Kentucky, Mr. Territory may by the yoa ordinance of 1787. I will

"V\7"ILL practice in the Middle and Western Circuitiof the same understanding: with which it was that Territory and every portion of the fame I y, ae they pleased, these men declare that i i'I Clay, came here, and sacrificed even his last show by the history of the country that
you
,, Florida &od in the Couuties of Decatur andTboni originally adopted. That provision passedthis : shall come into the U 111011 with or without is stated that, it !lifII. be forever prlith'd.l.I :. eK'i g's I tij.o-i tlie: a't.ir of his country? Was yon (!iil! not rcconipli any such thing. You
GLDOt.I.lG f body by a decided majority 1 think bv slavery, as it sees proper. repeat t I t!II :n. "C"u.J! 1 (previ.npM.vi! go ( ir. that the oljtt for which Webster, Clay, qrohi.Mted slavery: there by law, hut you dd;
KAKCR, A. X. rnR, ten, at least-and went to the House of Rep I What cle I does it do? The sixth section; I L;({C' Not only prt-STiiptioti(, ? in unking :l Ca! and all the patriots of that day, Etrg.g.t not exdnde it in Pict. Illinois was a.jat of
TaLTol.tt.,',. Quineu. I reeiitati\esuid, was defeated there by .Nozth. of the tame act provides that the I legislative i these statement! *, hut the! p-esumpti ) th.U so lor.ij Ind so strenuously ? Was it the Northwest Territory. With the exception 1

January 'I, 18 ,4. 1 j em votes.Now I power and authority of this said Territory of t they coil'J; avoid: the exposure of their con merelv. the application of a temporary expedient of a few French: and white settlements: ,

sir, let us pause and consider! for a : New Mexico shall extend to all)! rightful! subjects :,: duel I II I in agreeing to stand by past and dead it was a vast wilderness filltd with hostile
JOSEnr II. DcI'OXT' 1, moment. The tirtot time that the principles :J of legislation, consistent with the conslitution !I In >rler In gve! greater pu5ihiJf-! thsfilsiCcation !: legislatioiu that the Bltimot platform plf-Jg- savages, when the ordinance of 1787 was
ATTORNEY ATQUISCY LK7, of the Missouri Compromise were ever abandoned of the United States and the pry- of t ie! tet Ills of tll! Compn mtvmeawe 1 I ("(1 I us to sustain the Compromise of 1950 ?- adopted. Yet, sir, when Illinois was organ-
FLORIDA I the first time they were ever rejectedby I vi-ions of the act, not excepting( Ia\'l f\.'. :of 133'J, the! confederates: il" claein Was it the understanding of the: whig party ized into a territorial government it iot.nl"*h- '
WILL'ntinu to occupv t\lf office rccentlr N'ct' Congress, was by the defeat of that: jro.Vion Thus, the New Mexican Bill, from which i tlu-ir manifesto that they [the t'rritorialj I when! thev :adopted the compromise measures ed and protected slavery, and maintained it in
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; \ij tbe late firm or C. H. A J. 1L nul' ,', \'\ in the House of in'' ; tflICW f-iitH, that II
Representatives they make that quotation, contained: the pro. hills for the organization II I'tah :: of 1S50 as an article of pt.lticl spite of your ordinance, and in defiance of
ana und V TVpHteni prarltce Circuits in the adjacent He "ill Cnuotien aW\ nllend of the\the Midd'e tenn-1' :'. 1N48. IJy whom was that defeat eflected i iBy vi
Clfthl Supreme Court ia Tallahassee aud iLiriaisna. :I Northern; totes with free toil proclhitics. Tens which was cut off, should come into il h'XIlO, and to that only. Ta'\: were p:1stf1' had rm reference. to the.future I If I i that so long as Congress said the Territory
January :, 185 t. 1 I: It WiS the defeat of that Missatiri Compromise i the Union, with *,r without Slavery, ns it saw intended only as a s'-tt't-meMt; of th' controversy I I th.-.t \1 thiir meaning, if that was their object : of Illinois should not hate slavery, the actually
that reopened the (slavery agitation with ,proper, and in the mean time that the territorial ; giowinjr fut "f that acquisition and of, they palmed off an atrocious fraud upon : had it, and on the very day you withdrew
P. B. BROKAW'S all its fury. J It was the defeat of that Missouri : ) 1 legislature should have all the authorityover : that c: ntouTsynly.: Tln-y must stand or : themerian people. Was it the meaning i your congressional prohibition the people of

LIYEBY AH SHE STIBLE5 Compromise that created the tremendous : the subject of slavery that they had over ; fall II their own merits.: : of the democratic party when we pledged I Illinois, of their own free will and accord

TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA.Hh struggle of 1850. I It was the defeat of that : any other mliject restricted only bv the limitations -! I submit) to th.' Senati. i'"(Ii 'rC'im i iltdi.I I! ourselves to stand by the Compromise, of : proiidcd for a system of f'ma'ncipn lion.
.-_'__ _._-S ; Missouri Compromise that created the necessity : of the constitution of the United .'iit in Arier'ca that does ,not kl"w 18:0. that we spoke"only of the past, and Thus }ovi diJ not sisrceed in Illinois Ter-
iV'-'prietor would' in- I: for muking a new compromise] in I8."j(). SLates and the provisions! of the act. Now, : {that "1:1 l."l.!: : i. f.11-ifiii tIlt'' statute ft oil : had no reference to the future ? I S(, it was ritory with your or.Iinn: or yonr Wilmot
(' -II1I.ia frieuili" nnd tile i 1 Had 1 \e betu faithful to the principles; of the I ask those .senators; do not those provisions I which I tlti'.a They I) that the provisions ; worse than a (rull When we pledged our proviso, because the people there regarded it
'. that he liu rebuilt _'_-_-f_ _i Missouri i Compromise in 1MH, this question repeal the Missouri far it they quote. : I President to stand h y the compromise measures -: as an invasion of their rights.: They regarded
hill ]JarKc |Blj'k, Stnl.%*. at the old s'aiid. aud ,. I Compromise, so as of that l/i I were cont : >'d to the t.rr.f' :I
to -nn..dtte lii* fr.mds. and cUlltnnlf'rll.uowIMMBIKM I\ would not have arisen. Who was it that wa I applied to that country cut off from Texas? i nrqiired from Mexico, when the very slcri(1 did we not understand that we rlt'lted i as a usurpation on the part of the Feder
He Hl" hj i faithless i I undertake it was the men Do L him as to his future actidUaa I al Government. regarded it as viola-
attacbcd! to lim Stable, u c nfjJ lilackMMUiWiop. I. very they not annul it? Do they not suer. of the law from which they quoted that proviso I They
J.re lie will Lave W all kind, of' who now insist that the Missouri ( I sedeitf If they do, then the address which 1., did oVthat territo- I his past conduct ? I it had been in relation tive of the great principle self-government,
in rIBntatit'.I tIle very"t best'(,,k, Hors .IJll'inl.lmd Carriage \Irk.I I mise wan a solemn comyact, and ompro.1 has bten put forth to the world by these : :froth purchase State of a part Texsand the very next sec- : lo past conduct only, the pledge would have and they determined that they would never
diJopBt'h.) I11aIwer and with promptut811 andNovembers. I er be violated or departed from. Every man confederates is an atrocious falsehood. If rv of tlf law included that terri'ery in the been untrue as to a very large portion of the submit even to have freedom so long as you
V who is now assailii-g: the principles) of the bill do I tion Democratic Men went into that Convention forced it them.
1S53. 44 tf they not, then what do they mean when I new territory of Mexico. It t'>ok n small I paity. upon
under consideration, KO fur as I am advised they charge me with having, in the ,substitute p-irtio'i) aUo'of the old Lonisana purchuse.i I who had been opposed to the com Nor must it b said that slavery was abolished
}-Eoilan and other Pianos.! was opposed to the Missouri Compromise in I I184S. I first reported from the comrnitee, repealt-d it, and added that to the new of Mexico promise measures-men who abhorred those. in the constitution of Illinois in orderto
BERRY & The very men who now arraign me I II I with having annulled it, with having viol.itnl i and made the test territnJ Mexican i I measures when they weie pending-men who I admitted into the Union as a State in

297 GORDON j I for a departure from the Missouri, Compromise : it, when I only copied these piecise' words? acquisitions., up Then, sir, your statutes show- I never would have voted affirmatively had on them. compliance with the ordinance of 1787, for
Broadway. are the meu who fcucct-ssfully violatedit I Ij I copied the precise words into my bill as I when applied to the of the country, that But, inasmuch as those measures bEn they did no such thing. In the Constitutionwith
JJ Dt.n ULtSIl.lol EllS ef -: j repudiated it, and caused it to be suj>erse- I repotted from the commitc, which they contained the Territory 1 of New! map Mexico was composedof I passed and the country had acquiesced hich the people of Illinois were admitted
tludiiini and u..ie--AglJtl lf'[.and.t ti.f'retail in l'innlll4 j ded by the compromise measures of 18T>0. I I. in the New Mexico bill. They say my acquired from Mexico, and also I them, and it was important to preserve the into the Union, they absolutely violated,
1an. Oraud, an.i other cf'l""rl1t&1 4'j I Sir, its with rather bad that the men bill annuls the territory I principle in order to avoid agitation in the ordinance.
l'iu> n"ltJI v.l& naU t, DIl: 1 grace Missouri Compromise. II it of territory acquired from Texas and of territory disregarded, and repudiated your
Co. ) *iouwbp. l'i1l108 arC who proved false themselves should charge I' does it had : future, these men said : We w aive our pastobjections should be forever
defiance
to all o.hen. Great bargut in o"lbid..t IOU "r I already been done before by the acquired from Trance; and yet, in and with The ordinance said that slavery
unj 8t-t.lfl l JUIDJ Jillll' and M.l'ludeou.Yew Y..k Pin t upon me i-.nd: others who were ever faithful, act of 1851)); for these words were copied of that statute, and falsification of its and we will stand bryon prohibited in that conntry. The Const .
.Jlied w<.!,,ale fir rt'tJiil at tlM lnweft rat olu.ic &;:. the responsibilities and consequences of then; :I from the act of 1850. terms, we are told, in order to deceive the you' in carryi-ig out these principles in the tulion with which *you received them into
ry ct Glrdnn, bucoebeul a tu 1:S. lrrJ"297 Broadway\own treachery. i I I Mr. Wade. Why do you do it over a- people, that toe bills were confined to the future. the Union a* a State, said that all.slaves then

1'1&1)(11I I'.S.to U.I't.D. & Co'i wEolian Piaoon 1. r\hcn' sir, *8 I before remarked, the defeat gain. purchase made from Mexico aloneandin! ; order Such I understand to be the meaning of the in the State should remain slaves for.life, and

.inipruvej viiicng..ovcaiberZ' Lave tbe lat.et.t L created MislMuri the Compromibe in lttl havi.g: I Air. Douglas. I will come to that point to give it greater solemnity, a* was necessary I two great parties at Baltimore. Such I understand that all persons born of blave paranta after acm

1S53. 44 11 1 a new one in necessity for tile establishment of,I presently, and explain why we did it over a- t while uttering I falsehood,they repeat it to have been the effect! of their tain day should be free at a certainage,
i Was.1S5Olet us see what that Corn.Ironhie gain. 1 am now dealing with the truth and twice, fearing that it would not b believed the I pledges. I they did not mean this, they am! that all! persons born in the Sra'e after a

For Rent. I 1'he I leading I I veracity of a combination of men who have time. \\ hat U more, the territory of Utahw i meant merely to adopt resolutions which certain other day should be free from the
i: TIE Corner nick Stare recently occupied bBwtwick. V 1850 Wa feature of the Compromise. : of assembled in secret caucus upon the Babbitt: frt not confined to the country acquired I t were never to be carried out, and which were time of their birth. Tims their State Constitution -
.E1L 11. Apply: to to slavery in congreI4aiOJ the non.lnt'f\'enUon as day to arraign my conduct and belie mv char from Mexico. That Territory, as is well I designed to mislead anJ doeive the people as well as their territorial tegi.-Ution,
!iereniber 2J, 1823. fil D. IL AMES Territorics'; thut the 1 I thertfore the election.I repudiate ordinance. Illinois" therefore
oI f tho lerritories, and cople acter. say, that their manifesto I I known to every man who understands for the niece purpose carrying an your ,
to be allowed to do 01'all teaT tat eh' were is a dander! either way; t for it says that the' geography of the country, includes huge hold, then, that a to tho territory covered is a case in point tn prove that whenevt you
MILES NASH & CO. subject of Sbj they UpU the Missouri Compromise was not superseded bj,'I tract of rich ,,nd fertile country acquired from by the Utah and New Mexico bills tlien-! attempted dictate institutious in any! part

Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &C.I, iou of the Con/ututiuii ct of 0111y the to the i .T"' the nr asures of 1850, and then it says thai, Fffinco in 1803, and to which the 8th scion was.n express annulment of the Missouri of the United States, -ou have failed. The
WOULD infmro their friends and the public.! Urn't 'l'b'ir. was the leading feature-..ti u-a '- t the same words in my bill do repeal and annul of the Missouri act applied in 1820. Compromise,and as f o all the other unorganized same is true,.though not to. the-same 'extent,
oftbe Com it. be what t it superseded by the principles ,with reference to the.Territory: of fadi.in.i,
must know to
y bay. em bund a good aMortment of *ud l k promise measure of Ih ,.. Those They adjudged guilty of one r If these confederates do not territories was :
.e'.eare *f llj kept in th.ir line of tueiIH-i I, tflerefore, abandoned the idea measures "lldloOJ in order to sustain the other assertion. country' I allude to I only reply that they of that It legislation ; and we are hound where there were many slaves daring the tlm
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terms-ill.baU be r be tCe&1'1ng regul.xIy "db 'Ppliea. Tbe.ll r ical line as the boundary between of a geograph.: should have known before they, utteredKfalsehood to apply those principles in the organization of its territorial! existence\ and, I believe Mho
Ta11&bu. rf'UonlLbie. f7ee rftates Now sir: I crime to me. of nil new i'erritories01 all which we now there were a few JIT the Territory of Ohio.I .
A priltth 18U. and tjave toUife-s-abandoned it propose to go a littln (further, and imputed a
14VaEWI. because compellexi and show I what I alia 'e.I or which we may hereafteracquire. know of'but one Territory of the United
to do it, from an what wa the real meaning inability to maintain, wi be it makes that States xxheie slavery! does exist an-1 ib t
amendment of the Senator from Virginiaout the by which wo acquired this construction given co'i.prnmisv ,
DENTalm. it I and in lieu of that substituted Dy treaty of181
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great the final No other one is u Utre'you have prnhilited Lj law,
of which these giMillenun have man factured Florida and a "otu nry between : :adjustment. construction
.. ci", Mtie fn ) ii principle of If-If.governmcnt which would allow the wusma.Je can possibly impart finality tu it auti it i, this 'very Nebraska Terrkwy. in
.DIe. su much capital in the States and Mexico, boundary
;:;; and tile do newspaper ,, United "
to press
pat.rnna rt1eat people as they thought I
hi, Os.,9 btl-.I-ft.IJe has. reo proper. have succeeded by that of the Arkansas river to its source, anti By anyother constuction, the question is to dt'ftJlnceortbe. 8th sect ion.of the *et/fl8&i,
Now the is when that unL rurpprtseuhttiOI
UUhulutc tl"'n II tli.I Wyatt n"UN'. e..n' th', question new COlUvro. In : un expression opinimi from tin then the line ran due North ot'the source of be reopened the moment yea ratify a >new indefiarice_ .of congressional. dic'*tIthe. a
dwdling elf Dr. Taylor, whir, he mise, testing upon that great fundamental Irouri.g 'then inch of from have been hr-t bot &wjValntu..
may'be ruuud'1t aU :! Inland in opposition to thhnil. the Arkansas to tho forty-second parallel; treaty acquiring an country many,.
ti.m.prt'paI'eli to .erve &bnae who} principle of freedom, was established! was it I /I the Parifio other construction dd & I henrd a IUllu r..ortb:&fbvL *>
ij15 terni Will 1H- CUb may Deed IKa aer. ( ,will state what it* im-aning i i. Did nlong on the.forty- ecood parallel to )fsieo Hy any you reopen "
W'b not abandonment of the old the ""pe
Ant hfn. lID bt given called' lor. an cue- geographical it mean that the Stutet noith of3rjde$ ". 30 Ocean. That line, due North from the the issue every time you make a new other day n.Tl".ing .iIIi i.
Ak Gold PIa&out en pnUerz itecs.airy tar D.sgi. f"W as it'not a supersedure mn.: ftbouIJ bavo claine in their constitp htad of the Arkansas, leaves the whole mid- territorial government Bat sir, if.in tat I Committee >rrildfidU> Q'r 3ft.
'tb7 hI& 'Loa eta. d"t" aDd oi the'old ,one within the very language o't lion prohibiting tlavery 1 I have shown ille'piirk described In such glowing terms by th compromise measures.18 w.&e Tiiw preacher wat from:,iM ;,*'* $ ?W |rr<.
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".naber U'', 16li. 4t the substitute fpr the,tjJJ which now, under it did net man tat, because the a., act sap tat I Colonel Frwnbnt the at of the has, aid great principles tvi lt tem a Dwmbvr- or the ." ,:-- "rtr' .rn.-'. a

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that1 the opposed m Antrim led
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win be rtmembereil
put the qutftion'to him: "Have you any [For the Floridian & Journal] Kxionr or ASDALUUA (William Scott of JeffersoaEo. ) the It extension of Uw Mawrori Compromise through the quertioii under the Constitution.Mr. Wand bot a Mbetqoent deapateff MO.lOIattacJifta* .

negroes out tberet"! He pit there were a ToBrtaa .- F. J.] newly acquired territory'from McziCOU' reewnmet DAWSON of Georgia There ia':where I left Liverpool oo the Slit nit )

few held by the IndimS him if there Tie The Herald now announced a sceood course. Again LIed by tU Nashville Contention, and loudly advoem oupht to be left. was slightly each Sale of the two
I "I am to-day T the rein of chivalry." Shalxt. ; to'the contest tin i I measure far more jut to Mr. BUTLER. I am pt'rfecttj''wiDfng' to leave bale. BreadHnft* qoiet cia**.
were not a few held by white men. He said the'Knight come during ted by the Flondum, a* a be decided the law nnehaogwL
by
there few under It is refreshing sometimes, in this t age of! course of which the ring waa successively taken by : the South than the Compromi Acta of 1850whichit under the Constitution to -
w a peculiar that U the true
and
r rrcumatun. pu.t the bitter end while they were as zeal bunal of the country ; i NEW YORK
iml he Ilnilroadr, Steamboats, cotton bales bocks. to the Knights of the Scarlet Plume Malta, Castile opposed to orlCttl British Fund Tth It
ci *, gave an instance. aboltionminionrJ ooly advocated by the Sentinel-Sentinel. upon which to put i it. If, in tile prclC"eM are quiet, alibougb LtlU i.
a very good man, had gone turn aside from these every day concerns, and while Crescent. Uonteith and Knight of the Forest. the people of thUle Territories shall be prepared
I Bostn, and he took his wife with him. partaking of innocent pleasure make it tbe means oi The third course wo then run, and the Knight t of We can scarcely divine the motive the Sentinel has assume upon themselves the attribute of a IOvere Queen of England opened Parliament D .

rm associations of the in history,, the Scarlet Plume Aucillo Cbenibuseo and t in view in putting out such a paragraph as the above State they can then certainly either exclude or ml to her Mteth_ alluded n moderate term. -.
He got out into the country, but could not recalling the glorious past Knight Floridian that will not be denied by Turkish
of the slavery.
the :
i il presume natioTft!
get any help; hence he, being a kind-hearted J romance and chivalry.! So thought the young men oiTftllahaf.see of the Forest each took the ring gallantly and wtlL < lOt designed to question consistency favored extension one. During their growth. and before they undert ( iaDN with YVWSTnLJ ]
thtu
man, sent down to Missouri gave and in pureu nc thereof, they made nrniMgetmnts The Herald now announced that the Knight of&be pu th. score of having once an to become a Stale' can tbey assume to exercise and Navy should be increajej. iu .,
nnc $1'.1' and Ball and of the Missouri Compromise, while it now advocates which itself. muler the imminent danger of war. ODoaeqmn.
Moute-ith Forest
Malta Congress
000 for a and took uj. fur I granJ TtlmuIU'Ut Fancy Scarlet Plum, banal power : %

*\help." ((negro Linghtcr.) i>o, tinder pccu'iar dr. to take place on the twenty-second instant, the anniversary each taken the ring twice, must engage in fllu'. it.repeal, all we have to say i ia that the editor cannot center upon them They can have of no. :1 unfvoraUervply Ctnr'ft having been riven fo w bad.better have taken the advice administered to him a tive power on the subject from an act oui* enquiry respecting the Bret. tke ?
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cum tnncc: when tho-c frecsoil and u of the birth day of the ilu'ttiuusVashington.. tilt for the Crown. .Again the Knights renew the of the Russian Ambador from LosdgTj.'i

i preachers and nitsbiouaiies; go into the coui.- j Suuly, there could have been nothing mole approj-ri i efforts. The Scarlet Plume takes the ring to does week or two since, first to understand a subject beforehe was hourly expected _
Il' Bill-Sound at the South.Tlie
try, (hey can'buy a negro for their own ue.I.Il ate for the occasion. The knight of olden time was the Knight of Malta and of Monteith, but the Knight discusse At the time it was proposed to extend The Nebraska endeavor to exC is reported that cinders bad been lent to.A
I the Missouri to the Pacific the South New York T ibune, in its or the Bri&Land French
.
l but they do not like to allow any one else to the sworn champion of justice vii tue. iunoceuce ami of the Forest misses it. A fifth course is now necessary Compromise from Amba' fc/r*
that
4 '11. do the panic thing. (Renewed I laughter.) I beauty, the defender of religion, of his: country, andaboe and the Knight of the Scarlet Plume and thKnight wa nearly a unit in its favor. We venture tIle remark anew Ole strife between the North and Bill South, is to tend city.8000 and England

i I suppose the fact of tho matter is simply j all, the pi otector, adorer and devoted IcrImt of Monteith take the ring again, but the that there was not a member of Congress, in a computation of he vote which the may ; England paying half! of all the 10,000 tnm,

*!.tik this: there the people can get. no servants, no"help" of the fair. To Ole pi inciples of chivalry does woman Knight of Malta misf'. I either Hause hut would have applied that line to antI encourage its opponent with the assurance i is reported in Raisins that Austria will exptn etniMrftU

called in the section of the California. We are quite sure that such was the position there "are number of Whig Representatives France and England Tie trritb of
as they are owe IU.h of influence which she now wields in society. The contest was now narrowed down to the twi I the moor
this State not because the slave States who would like to vote against ', is doubted. '
country where I wa born, and, from the necessity It were well indeed] forour ( if nil of our Knights.Searlet Plume and Monteith and the intcresl of the entire delegation from ,
do tho best .ountr it recommended Nashville Convention bill, of whom no account i is taken in this I -
!it ; pf tho case, they must young men would eulh'ntE the principles which were and excitement became intense especially among UK was by BALyno$. Feb.
they can, and for this reason sl(3 have animate the olden ," but because public opinion in the South pointed According to other information this assertion i is t '.8tE'amer'l news had favorable 18.
:always mpposed a true knight of I young ladies. The Scarlet Plume dashes at. the ring a effect on t**
I have doubt that whether the of the South gether without warrant The Richmond Whig, York Cotton market
taken there. that
line settlement
;4i )been) no time. and misses it. And now, fir Knight; there ia but one to lilt a people on Tburl Price wt
T the Territory of Nebraska would be But the North rejectedthe tled by position to express the sentiment of the Sale 2,600 bale .
organize willing to accept
: : you The announcement ha\itig been made that all o,11 chance for you. MaImp the Knight of Moiitcitl Flour there wa a large
not this will continue for some time to when it was tendered to them by Jefferson party of Virginia, say : export demand. State,
or proposition Ohio
Knights far and ; would b expected to break :: may also I1IIS!. He comesand every eye follows himcloser 912. Southern 9 (@ 9,25. Wheat firm
come. certainly does exist, and it will increase 11.1 Davis in 1850, pending the admission ot Cali.r.ub. In the South we notice a solid unbroken firm at 1,04 @ 106.
I lance for hi* ladyc f.iir on the twenty-second and com. ami] closer. He has taken tIle ring-lie hn in favor of the of the Bill. Even the '
the Missouri Compromise carried the principles Turpentine 67. Common Renin
long as Had the proposal been ,however South I,8&
a for the in exercise of hoisemanehip won the Crow which defended the of the Pre
pete prize manly per so loudly policy Wellington has arrived from
the and I it will Charlestoa
apples to Territory, suppose who entered their The Herald l the of Monteith would now have bad A fair showing for a face on the dent in lavishing the of the i The
there were a goodly number nainei now presented< Knight patronage at Harbour. The ship Mariner from Liver
4'iit' for little while during their territorial Pacific, which otherwise she has not, and probablynever Free.Soilers, are loud in their advocacy of for Savannah into
I declared
the list, and the note of preparation" soundedfor with the crown. with a neat address,anti thai upon put Queenstown on the 28ti
condition, whether a prohibition is imposed upon will have. measure. If they hold true and firm t<> the end, leaky.
the ; of the Scarlet should select the first t
not. But when settlers rush in- several days from every quarter. Many a fair Kuiglit Plume sentiment of one entire South may be set down as has been a great flood in the Hudson
or The
intervention embodied in the Rirrr
of )flltlthe second,and' principle, as ,
whichto MuM of Honor, the Knight
brilliant in
tumc
and therefore hand was busy preparing a cn.. oanimous. docks at Albany were overflowed
i: when labor becomes plenty
New Mexico and Utah bills the fluridian
the of the Forest (the third. TIle crown was never op.
with its it lead captive some valiant Knight, or rna Knight The Whig must now except Scuator lIou great Abolition anti-Nebraska Convention
L. cheap, in that climate, productions prlJnp received t the of Monteith and was'1 placed I posed. That principle was incorporated into those I in Boston Thursday Vt
think of its king some ornament for the Knight Limscf. by ( Knight from Texas who'e are glad to believe, will be
to being a
is worse tb:1 folly bills motion of Southern Democratic Senator
the
hieitatiun the brow of one upon a -
at once without or delay on Southerner who sides with the enemies of
: d.i. country. I do not believe there At length the long looked f>r morning rolled! round only Arrival of the Canada.
slaveholding lil'lI. who had voted to
lof Leon's fairest daughters ) Vincixi Waicirr, (Mr. Smile,) previously applythe South.
vt1e a man in Congress who thinks it could bs The sky was cll\lle. the sun shone with LriUu1Y. Missouri restriction to California. It was carried New YOHK. F t.tl.
i of the
I haveno diffused lift' and the Queen of Love and Beauty. The Knight There are only four presses published South Canada arrived at Halifax
air of ugh oo Thnrsdar.
the joy
permanently a slaveholbing country. balmy Sprinj tIll in the Senate vote of 38 to 12!-two Northern s.Ia
Scarlet Plume selected Mi** Ci,AIU HATWARD ns first by a and Dixon which the bill viz for the week,
Mason's opposed : forty-three thousand f
All I have from the baki_
idea that it could. to say on all fciiimated nature. The birds just ; '
Democrat
sang
Maid. of Honor the Knight of Malta Miss LrrriEGAMIUE Whigs only voting in its favor, and eight : Circular quotes Fair Orleans aDd
National the Baltimore % folf-
; the Intelliyencer, a
1L that subject i:, that when you create them into budding twigs of the tiees. It was in fact a morning From the South 12 Whigs and 16 Democrat voted ;. five three quarters ; Fair Upland, m"!
the second and the the Forest
of
ns Knight the Louisville Journal aiidtbe New Orleans Bee.
a Territory, thereby acknowledge that they mndo .'ii purpose for the event. At nncaily hour the I for including in all the votes of 24 Democrats and! ; Middling,five five-eighth. More sellers! than

I j: ought to be considered :distinct political or.1 whole town wa astir. Knights gaily (lre&cI. were Mis MARIA BAKER a! the third Maid of Honor. The 14 Whig Thusit was a Democratic measure out and These are all whig papers. Speculators took two thousand and Zipw-
surrounded by her lovely Maids of Honor and four thousand bale
Queen.
And when you give them in addition j about "and the theou of their were I
-u ganization. : dashing ,
confess that PpU"S escorted by the Knights, returned to the city in state out We did not object to the application of the principle ARRIVAL OF THE AFRICA.NEW -

i4 ; a legislature) ,you theieby .1 like star ou the sea." The country! poured lrt itayeomanry .; to New Mexico and Utah, though we never regarded ioftK. February 13.The BU.TWOBX, Feb. 16.

they art competent exercise the powers of I and cairiages, resplendent with beauty, it as of much practical advantage to the South, British mail steamship] Africa is now certain that a great battle wa fangU at
If they wish slavery' they hn\.t I I their The Ball. Capt. t on the 25th or 26th in wbirfj
legislation. all
4. might be,een in every irtdill. wending way i in the face of tIle repeated declarations of distinguishedmen arrived off Sandy: Hook on Monday night but in to have been the Turk are

a right to it. If they do not want it. they to the field of the Tourney I I There was a sound of revelry by night, in both sections that the lex Ion was still in force sequence of the fog was compelled to anchor until had 50,000 men victoriooa, although tie Rus
engaged.
will not have it, and you should not force i The field of the Tournament was situated about And Florida's capital bud gathered 1 tli--n morning. She 'M.however speedily boarded by h Insurrtctions Lid
them Her b..nutvld herdlivnlr\.and bright. in those territories and as effectually excluded slavery news yacht of the New York associated press, occurred among the WnUa-
upon three-qnaiteu of I mile north of the city, and here 1 The lumps t>honc o'er fair 'llIIenlluJ brave men.:' as though the Wilmot Proviso had been applied iu the leading features of her intelligence telegraphed pel\lanlry.3 has

C'cf'1t1b'Ufli I mot P.li.iut i : and animated scene "':: presented to The Fancy Ball at the Capitol came off in the evening terms. Such was the opinion of Mr. Clay of Mr. Un ver tIle Sandy Hook line to that city. Her of foreigners renewed in the Turkish her demand Ilen'for the extradi
the In the centre of n large which formed, from Liverpool are to the 28th ult.
t& eye. fell and was a most brilliant affair. It would be vainto derwood, Mr. Webster and others. The arrived Persians are again friendly whh Turks-. .
DuraI. by a grndual sh'pe I one Me, a natural amjliitliea- steamship Alps at Liverpool on fin.'lncialltAtelDtnC of the French Ministry
I The doctrine of non-intervention is of Democratic it
attempt to give description of the various costumes 27th ult The steamship America. with those
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_____ .__._ ., tie the lit hud been placed. In the middle of the
% .-. ----. : and dreeses in which our fair citizens bedecked them. origin and ha been always contended for by the Democracy by the Antarctic from the wreck of the San latest advices state that Count

; i TALLAHASSEE : eeursc there was erected an arch covered 1.ith ever- ; sel-'". Our were bewildered by the blaie ol of the South-the willingness to extend the co, was 'to have sailed from Liverpool on the let at Berlin. and that the Cabinet had Orloff bees had ar
eyes .
----- gieen, from which, by n wire, hung the ring which Western Canal Flour was quoted at 45, and turn-
to
Missouri restriction iu 1850 to the notwith meet him._ He goes next to Vienna.
,'. February 25, 1854 the Knights; were to take on the points of their lances beauty. The Knight of Monttith, with his Queen,sat contrary Ohio at 44s 6d. jp bbl. of 196 ibs. [The quotation from St Petersburg to the 20th nit '?
latlrda j I throne, and before them the Knights and btauding. That willingness was based upon a pressing the Arabia were for Western Canal from 42 Lav
a @
--, -:'=-=-.=- = while at speed, f.>r the uninitiated must ia'tsuppose upon gay a warlike tenor. and state that the Czar i is
,' i :I, 1lir fut marched in and then the emergency and was conceived in a spirit of self-sacri t and for Ohio from 42s. 6d@43s., according to
in ladies
"i. TERMS. Throe Dollars per annum it paid that in tl.il agrc of practical improvement the grand procession, clime on extreme measures unless the reply of
. ; :' advance, : $3 50 it n. id within six nvip.'hs of the time each other with their dancing, and sure it was the "poetry of motion.Firlt. ."- fice. But the proposition being refused, and the emergency ty.]-EPS. COURIER. and England be favorable. The London
at
1 Knights were to run THE LIVERPOOL I.\Jutns.-The pale of
'4 of : ; : ami 4 Oo at the end of the yenr. Ad- tper.Slt having passed ,the doctrine remains intact. says that the reply is couched m firm and J ei-
"uh.cri1m ob .rvcd two ladies representing away
splendid
we the week the 27th ult
rtis"meiiti Dollar 12 linos f.r first, by any menus. The exercise of running at the during ending comprised terms. .
;'. Olt persqnaienf with black dresses and silver star.j. The taller and we are for applying it, not only to Nebraska, but 000 bales, of which speculators took 3H' and
,
! & lUll fifty Cents fur all subsequent insertion Announcements I ring wss in olden] times one of the first and most important Night is rumored that a collision ha centred m tLe

.,; candidates: !, Five IKillais cn1i.alraiI' : exei IMM/S of the young Knight ns it trained his I of the two was a young lady, and we never knew that to all the territories of the common Union. ters 4.000 bale, leaving 30,000 hales of all Sea.
to be : ii advance. Reliyrinii" Obituary ami Marriage -: before. The Sentinel further says the Floridian "opposedthe tious to the trade The Circular of Messrs. excitement still exist in '. '.i,
i would dazzle We admire
,
) Knight*
paid s-hook actual battle. Night BO ,
the of
and horse f
nrm, and eye, 'r I Lempripre A Co, of the 27th ult, report that the
. 1 12 t liniill be ptib1ibedgratis. whole! of the Russian fleet left
not
i' Notifi'S exceeding Compromise Acts of 1850 to the bitter end, while Sevastopol to
but like them better with the K left off. And
Sf"No: ecrl'ii'iratcs of the tu1'nti'n! t.f Cj.t.orfgll On tdl.shlc of the list were drawn up footmen, I we I cline in the market since the departure of the 12th nIt. and sailed towards Bateau

t n.iti
I unti/ tle n.hr'li&i1.foe is paid. I the fairest t f Florida's daughters m;
t ..--. of either The Flnri'Lan > !cd to the .. theieto the quotations per Arabia.]-Eus. swept .
: = It wasuflHent press. oj] pn
mike
.'tri. here cnn fairer be found ? \\t::"k the question ltin i iipjH-ared. to a man ncgltTt
Africa Jan.
Per 27. Per Arabia,Jan.
''.f Te ladies of St. Johns Church, the spirit of empty boa.t, but after pretty \teu-, all othercunces, and iMit l4im-.-lf t. the study of bitter end" the admission of Calif'rnia aud the incipi. Fair Orleans 6J
' ira We requested t say, will gi\e a tupper on Monday -1 ire (,eivation el-cwlitre, nnd having heard the o- ; n.tn'u"IIf..reH'r.! A Gipcy; next caught our attention -, -ut steji towards the abolition -slavery in the District Middling Orleans, 5l----------------6 1. w.unl 'no'f.Feb. 15.

,..!. Evening nexl.' at the Capitol from 7 to 12 J o'clock 1 i, I'iuiont) of thC c vho have' traveled in many chiinc.Vith and we would! Liu I.aIItJ th.it laupliin: wicked i of Columbia. The Sentinel,if our memory serves :Fair Upland 6 id. rejection of George N. Sa1ncletbat. a

. 4Ji tho proceeds of wl\c1 to be appropriated to repairingtLo \ gije-ey to tell our fortune, but wo urrn&aMto look i us. (fur it is not worth the trouble to examine the old Idhng Mplands, 5f 1.5d say of that gentleman's nomination as United

Church cJif Ileart their lip, soul within their eves, I into the f.iture when surr ulI.jII'J pres< 'it hapj'iness.' files of that sheet) .. upon bin's advices quoted it at from 12s. 2d@12s. 8J.ED'f. .] It is understood that there than
., ures. We remember distinctly that the admission ol. were not more
. : But here La Belle France, with thetri-color floatill
their skic is
.:: Soft their clims and sunny) as CofRIER. ; votes in his favor.
.".:4 We arc indebicd' t Senator M-nton and to Mi., the a biealhof the Land of Flowers fIU' the ': so gtae fully aiuund her stately form. Site i is ,California was characterized! by the then editor as "an I Corn has advanced Is.
" I'c; Maxwell for valuable public docun.ruts, and to Se'ia- balmy with : yet free andjoyou and without a ma.t(r. Take care, illiberal sentence exclusion" against the South and t and White were quoted at 52. per quarter of 480 Nebraska Bill. !by a vote of 35 to !.
,
-; ;" tor Douglas foi a copy of Lis speech on the Nebi'a ka cheek of a race 'ffdr mai.ltl!who wi c..mpr ; :"La l'..]lle I'lance," or some of our kiii hU makea hf'lue we conclude that he could not have been "zeal. I [Tie quotations per the Arabia were, for White.lr French Spoliation Bill was put oo iU first pu-
.1. the beauties of ancient: Italy or Giefe and any ":;0 may I 43s. @ 51s, and for Yellow, from 48. @ 49s.- noel carried in the affimrative.
ous" for what h illiberal. But it
u.l etui and freedom will) be forever. pronounced so
) can resibt such charm, be he knig'nt or cotnnu>ncr.mut fdujijt your gone I. Cot r.iFtt.: House of Representatives were Loo _
.'i, be either more or hs thai human. On the There was a Highland Lt.if tliTe, too, as fair :'d( : is a matter of very small concert what the Sentinel J'\"icions wpre firm with an npwnnl tendency. there'U.lllc. Ja\', in discussing the Homestead '

. Another Foreign Arrival. sweet as e\tr wit a Burns or 1S.tt ii.to rajitures. ; advocated! or oj'jiofci'd under the old reyime. It will The London Market Lad undergone no change : the GatUJeu unCoiikling Treaties will be
Since the luceiptuf tLe intelligence brought by the whole, was the mUtt brilliant en.blage! that we I the last advice. .
i
The S. V.
\ And there was aSwi pendant with. all tIll be more iutereoting to learn what was the position ofits 1int..of Wednesday morning
Africa, the\ Aimrka enJ the Canada, liulliclias lave ever seen in Florida.! rosy HAT-RE COTTON MARKETS.: The sales of Cotton the Gadsden Treatv. ,

. arrived with Jatcs three days ktcr. In tlc the Cut- And now, ".Lel cxjicctation waA about to faint the ,, I health of the cIJunllJ-upon tier hieek and beaming from I j present editor as respects the Co questions referredto. ring the week had comprised CuOO baled at 16th.-Chi Thursday, Mr.Badger spoke m sup-
Was he not to that illiberal
.. I her ct'. and a little fairy and several pnge. We al o opposed sentenceof rates. of the Nebraska BilL
". ion market there Lad been fi.rtlu.-r changi. but distant sound of the and the glitter of arms I '
110 which
i trul.pt. saw Judy 1'CalactcJ to IJt'l'f.t.ti.u.:111.1 a con- exclusion was consummated in the bringing EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. Friday Mr.Seward will oppose it
many
; Breadstuff* LaJ gone down. The, War pro-jiect was through the ( the approach of the into Executive Session. A
I Senate
went
J i furlt quest did she make, that same Julv.. liesides the in of California I Did he favor the abolition of the TIle conduct of the Emperor of Russia ii still Mpn-
t : considered imminent. The CZIU'B lust i and turned to"see them bill for the Custom House, will be reported in the
as proposition Knights, every eye was Cnt ('lr until middle I
\ry. Knight*, we al-o taw a Tyrolean in the picturesqueeosturne slave trade in the District of Columbia And was he !\'I'. HUieplyn} rant expected the
1'1 has been re'ce\l. and negotiations finally broken winding way." On they dash in fine: array -, as noble not willing to extend the Missouri restriction throu"hCaliforuia I February and in the meantime it is said, that be .
which
of tha- !-u-t off well his fine Homestead Bill debate in the Home was too-
;; 1 ofT.' The Russian anibn wmJorl lute left I,,udun : a bund have trod the soil of Florida since Ie So to i country appointed Count Orloff to visit the Courts of ihe }'
".' a to the Pacific Give us light on these on Thursday.
'f j' figure and a fine old English gentleman, who questions the
; and The English and French Miuistcis have and his iron clad Knights wandered through iu un ; was Powers to explain confidentially terms on 17th.-In ihe Senate on Fr J.]. Mr. Seward
Pur nu.1 I
then if it be will
( ,
: to
as calm and collected as if Prince Ahlcnllitd: not been necessary we try recollect he will treat
it1'. been recalled from SL Petersburg) tamed forests centuries ago. The Knights were under against the NeBnwka Bill.JI- Petit hIows on
: ; ; in the what we once heard our neighbor on the The Russians are making preparations to
: ;interfering government. We a1! saw a Turk say .. In the House Mr. S f'pbeDlor Georgia
: Count Oll.tfl Dli"iol has foiled.England the command of JhSIE BIRD, EF4 q'.of Jefferson, Marshal Knbflt.] ,
1 smoking his chiboque, as calmly as if the Czar had not stump. m favor oth. Nebraska bilL .
. and France for \rnr ; of the of the li t, The Rus.inn fleet is off Azoff.
: are prejmring; Day. ln'ilg lade a jiarade oyre. of South Carolina an eloquent
opll. in effect rejected the last Vienna ti.'te t the allied Austria baa hastily ordered 40,000 troops to m lade
: Several! the Cunard ..... \. bec-n taken fur they drew up in front of the Grand Herald. Gen. CARAWAY or iD the House on Thursday, in favor of a reduc-
I Concerts. into
"ffi fleets entered the Black sea; and Manfred there Hungary.Tne
wa of the tariff.
the trBncpo!tation of tn>op'. The allied fleets are at SWITf. and the two Judges .l HIGH Fali The Vocal and Instrumental Concerts given by Sir. citizens of Genoa intend welcoming '
figure, and Pmil that the Hon. A. P.
splendid Pry a* uoI.1lilt Armstrong announces
i Beycos Bay. The fleet is concentrated at and AM.EN IL FEIKFL, Eq. The Herald read to the ; particularly Injrrnham with public reception.'
Hu.hl T.ILIU Brag and evenings, .
and the order 0fprocedure. ( : attentive to his own business. But to tell it all on Monday Tuesday The Kusbiun Japan Squadron ha arrived at is i permanently associated with him in the
Kaff*. Knights the rules of the Tourney ion
l would assisted! by Mr. A. H. Arrr.Ecic afforded to the lovers Kong. I newspaper.
.j. Omar Palia. lias ciosscd the Danube with 50,000troop and announced that he who took the iinjbeet !I lequire of music a rare treat. Mr. \..is a very skillful Pianist -_ _

'Jj -*. should crlWI his lady l lo\'e Queen(of J/neutnl] I. Ten t thou<:ui l tonjuw, lie performs with great expression and sweetness, Additional by the Africa. Dr. l1I'Lane's Liver rills

t t.. SL Petersburg. dates of the &.tl. ore at hand. It. I Beauty. "And now, sir Knights, remember who you A throat of bra"4 and l.unautii; IIIM""'" brinirinz out each note with a clear. distinct soumLAs NEW You, Feb. 16.Tlie not., like the quack nostrums of the day. got ip

'1;jiJ is ACted that the Emperor is fully aware of the peculiar are, where you are,and who are looking at ) ." I So we must quit right lire, after xUling that a.supjjer I a singer i : -i hardly think him so"successful. Nevertheless -\ latest Vienna date, state that favorable a VIeW of study.to profit by, one but of were the discovered first pbvsieiana after jbtfe.

, position in which be M placed, yet ho endeavor '' 'J.1c'llI'ii.1! wa "pn.a-I 1 in the S"natc Chamber. with harsh for peace had been received from St. Petersburg. years
.t i i The Herald] having announced TiE KMCIIT or TUE his voice is full and manly, nothing States, and used in his private praetie .fkr
*' if Persia had maintain her
' .. to avoid a general 'conflagration.' cant to which ample justice wad done, ami] that the Ball promised to neutrality. elicited the most unqualified 17.ki-'
bis honor and tight*. Tho influence of S.tAn.IL'PIIME, (C. A. Bruin.) down came that champion -i or unpleasant iu its tones. I TIle Brazilian steamer Olindo,was ashore off success their
only preserve and others.who had wit sea
':-1:'I.. Count Nefs-cln-de is in the ui-eriulant I is fo snid I iu gallant tt:1 he. Hi aim Wtl good but he missed ,. was attended by a large concourse of citizens in thejdrcisof Mr. AF LECK is a great favorite with the audience. ly Head. The steamer Petrol was burned in physicians. Possessing all the sensitive feeling net ef a thor

that the Czar !k nlxmt to address an autopaph letter the ring, lot giving an ejtincs-t of what he afterwards American ladies and gentlemen: the most lie never fail to discourse richest melody from his Clyde.I London dates of the 26th, state that bred physician, Dr.M'Lane dreaded to be claw
; of ) in \vhich lie will tudeavorto character of all. can blocks were improving. CoD had
to the Queen Engtd. glorious col
q_ E MAMKU OF RAVENbWoon, (A. F. violin-the most exquisite of all instruments. Its w ith the shallow pretenders who crowd the
been the An I m- cli.1 <\RIO and closed at
i ;; to that he hal: not nggrc- sor. 908@VOJ. of "
- ; JJria prove Ukase confirm the rented) summoning t Ilaywaad-) I Thus ende l the Tournament in honor of the BirthDay strains iu his hands, come ocr the ear like the sweet Omen Pasha attacks the Russian on every of,"the and newspaper for a long time with declined pofi the requests sovereign of

.'.. _1 arms allc!'rvtb, as well a soldiers on furlough. 4' Forth came the Kuipht in ru(black of W asltiugton.Ve have attempted to describe south tunity. Several skirmishes, but no actions of that he would proclaim bit great remedy to the
,, And rushed the ." _" that breathe a bank of violets, tance had taken. It was reported in Asia that the
thundering along part
'} trck I it in the spirit iu which it was gotten und carried upon but finally after much persuasion on
up Ru ians had taken Kara bat the Russian
} The editor of the seems determined to Stealing and giving odor. physician and others who had witnessed the won
Stntnl But fortune is unpropitious misses. THE KXIGUT out. A* a citizen, we believe it u well to encourage declares that all the troops are in winter consented
j to bestow him effected the Liver Pill, be
then it is such by
And a pleasure cures
; brave public opinion. Patterning after a certain re- OF AVCII.IA, (Win. Bailey,) was now called, and well our young nun to practice noble and manly exercises, upon I This is considered doubtful. It was rumored that it for general use. The followlig certifi-

; Downed English paper, he appears to evince no disrelish did he sustain himself ; but not having taken the that they may not become effeminate and uuable to the deserved applause. He receives i with such mod. Count l'anin has succeeded Count Nesselrode as prepare from Dr. Morgan will bear ns out in this state

; 1. t palm off upon his readers fiction fIl fact, butmanifests proper start, he drojn the jioint of hU lance. Again defend their country in time of need. In this opinion est grace as always to impress his audience with his cellor.Servia was much agitated by the intrigues of It is also valuable as medical testimony of the

[t J ware constrained to 81Y, a decided and.obstinate be runs and touches, but does not take the ring. lEo, I we are supported i by the greatebt historical autbori gratitude for their approbation. Russian Consul,General Izzo. The Pasha of of these Pills:

, ; > avcrsiou to remove the false. impi ess-ions whicht1et. Dort.iAb, KMCUT or JJCKI.VEY-A.( P. Arlk r)- tict PARS FUI. ha sworn to arrest him unless he minds his own This i is to certify that I have been associated with
Dental. An of set of Teeth .M'Lane the practice of Medicine for nearly two
have d. The readers of inspection an upper in
1 hi* romancing may oclsiou I Forth came the Scotsman, hit tartan plaid streamingiu .1 iness.The hIt I have bad opportunities (
and
many
manufactured Dr. Lewis for a Lady in Town has Africa, was still below on a
by steamship
.4'1 thisptint will remember that sonic four wccksback,we Ole air and reminding \ividlyofthe beautifully Male Adtertisi.g.Thie'ertiel finds it convenient of dense fog. $in'" the good effect of his Liver Pill, and I

l ff 1 pointed out t the Sentinel grave mUtakes us t matters romantic Liwri1 of the land of Bruce and Wallace, to take refuge behind an anonymous scribbler in impressed us more and more with the skill of Dr. L. in The consequence legislature a of Massachusetts on Tuesday ve they have cured and relieved a much larger
in that branch of Mechanism where skill ia of the diseases of the Liver than I have
tlro : of fact committed by that )he.tDistJkes without but be mWes the ring much I vow to the disappointment the stead of either justifying or withdrawing its erroneous everything. elected Pearee, U. S. Senator. On Tuesday cured and relieved by anv other course of treat

Ji! a* shadow of foundation which to rest,and which of a certain fair. THE KXIQIIT or MALTA (D. H. statements respecting the State Advertising. Its I and without which we had better bear the ills we Wollen Mills of Il S. Denny. of Clapville, ..OLIVERJ MORGAN, M. O.

J k' indeed, were so notoriously uutrue,a t excite surprize Poole,) n fine repiewntativc, of those gallant Knights assertion, previously m.ade. that both the Whig and have than fly to others we know not of." Whoever burnt They were insured for 20000. sole at all the Drug Stores in Tallahassee, and tf

ft 1 at the temerity of Ole editor in uttering 01t'1. We I of old. lie is the frt t take the ling and is rewarded Democratic papers of Ole State" formerly received an may be in need of Dental operations, of any description NEW YORK COTTO.MARKET Agency in every Town in the South.

i. : upLd.1 a thing of course, that our cotemporury, with a fehout of applause. TiE KMOHT O' THE SILVER equal share of the patronage of this character'!*'con from extracting a molar to fillingthe mouth witha NEW YORK, Feb. Februaryl8,1854. 7 2t

. ;j bttr informed, would at once place LimN1 CUKST (B. C. Burgess.) A manly and uoble looking trary to the fact. The evidence of its fatuity 5 is under. new suit, will find the Doctor as thoroughly com The market yesterday was firm with sales Tallahastee Market.COTTON.February

. tL t. and the party aspersed right before I h's readers. Certainly Knight indeed, but he cannot get the ring. THE the nose of the editor, in the. files of the Sentinel petent a*as any Dentist. the South over. Sot bales. In Rio Coffee the side have been .

I' it was reasonable to indulge' in such an cipcc- KMCHI' OY CASTILE, (J. F. Thomas,) a beautiful rider as we have already stated. Why does he not examine sacks at 11 i. Flour opened heavily. but 22.-We quote Good Ordinarf M*>
Good to 6 7
Middling
:t: : t ft lion. But Uie editor Uiough suUtequcutly convinced, in crimson garb but foi tune is nut with him. Ten for himself, or consult those who are familiar with The amendment to tbe Nebraska Bill proposed by before the$8 close 76 for of the New market York, State sales being brand, and 'TI.Omiuary, 5J ; ; B. A 1L_
if: 8 25 to
!! i il perversely silent, thu appearing Milling to rest under the IKrald announces the KNIC.HT or THE CBESCENT, the facts in the room of permitting his columns to be Senator Douglas and adopted by the Senate on the ?12 for Ohio. Southern is easier at $8 87* to |9

'I i::, the imputation of bating t\1 utnHI mutable libIfnlf' (J. L. Ashby.,) nnd just at this time we have 1 strong made the medium of groundless charges against the 15Ui instant by a vote of 35 to 10, is as follows-* Wheat wo firm and buyers were holding back Specie Specie Specie !

cities with the truth of history. There w c leave him sympathy with the Turk. He comes. iu fine style present Executive! Governor Bioome, we repeat The motion was to strike out, lower prices: 4,250 bushel old for bushel$2. In Corn sale by S. S.KNIG RI'
at
i Let him have the benefit o all the eclat he seems t but misses. THE KMGHT OK EEIX, (J. B. Parkhill) what the Sntintll11ullt po,ititely know, has strictly _" which [the Missouri compromise act] wa superseded ales of$1 the 05.day One foot hundred up 250,000 barrels Spirit February 25. 1854. 8 f
the of 1850 fl to
of the ,
Henceforth, however, hi* statements ne. wibhed him and he followed the precedent set him by principle legislation market closed
" cur 'i Grecu Erin! how many success by his predecessorwith commonly called the compromise measures and is tine sold at 68 cent The teady. Eighty Acre Land Warrant

: = ;r 1 ces&arily have to be received cum granD talii. "Truth seemed to command it, but be fails. THE KNIGHT orMONTEITII the exception mentioned by us on thu 11th inst- hereby declared inoperative," sale. Enquire at this office.

I it not only a man's ornament, but his instrument; itt' (0. W. Parkhill,)-swift, strait and sure Knowing this as he certainly must how be can reconcile and to insert STEAMBOAT EXPLOSION. February 25, 1854. 8

'i i il the great man's glory l d the poor man's shield.A .- be takes the ring in beautiful style t the satisfactionof it with justice to toil his pages with the ranting -which being inconsistent with the principles of non- BALTIMORE, Feb.

t' *, man' truth is his livelihood, his recommendation! all, giving a specimen of what he intended t do of bigoted partisan, blinded by venom and political intervention by Congress with slavery in the States The steamer Kate Kearney exploded at the Burning Fluid.

.!'f. his letters of credit" But trifled with once what assurance heicaftcr. THE KMOHT OF TiE LONK STAB (T. P. animosity, is most incomprehensible. and Territories, u recognized by the legislation of Louis wharf. Twenty persona were killed FRESH supply just received of
1850 commonly called the compromise measure, is wounded. Among the latter was Maj. 1. Porter's Patent Burning FUlL,
; have we that the tame libct tits will not b f.iqr ,) with sure aim aud eye he takes the ring. many
Rudolph hereby declared inoperativ sad void it being the I the army, seriously.MASSACHUSETTS. Lamp and Linseed Oil,
f Vena second time Should our neighbor hereafter find Tag KMGHT or TUE FOREST, (T. W. Brevard, Jr.) Bailing the Cry of Repeal. true intent and meaning of this act nut to legislate Pure White Lead

}l'' 7 it necessary to support his editcnial a"aril with something well proportioned a Knight as ever backed a steed, The New York Tnlune threaten Congress and shivery into any Territory or Stat., nor to exclude it FREE-SOIL -20 No. 10 and 11 Plows,

more aatisfactory than his) own mete ipte dixlt, a llis charger comes at flying but be drops the the South with the fiercest indignation of the jrth therefrom; but to leave the people thereof perfect,Ij .Boc ro', Feb. 80 Plow Point*,
Ipec institution in assorted Steel Hoes t*
free to form and regulate- their domestic 15 doz Weeding
lie have nobody to blame but himA1f In Ole his lance. Againhic cUed sad dashes at t should "dare to the Bill The Free-Soil Convention at its session > MEGINJCIS3.
,'a1 pin of Congress pas Nebraska their own w.ay, subject only to the Constitution of the t 1 .u.; t ___ :.:. For sale by O. 4 J.
m I -- .
; matters referred to, we Ilaio a courteous I manneru ring, but mil it. Then the Herald cnue TRE and ignore the Missouri CompromiM. Depouacing United State.Suhseqneatlyit*. Thursday, passed strong resolution in o i February 25.1854. SOils <

ir. knew bow t adopt gneb him repeated opportunities UNKNOWN KNIGJI Dud a champion appeared whose the President and Senator Douglas aa "oobsolrator. *,'' waaraggeated that this amendment ;,the their extension resolutions of, slavery.that if the They Nebraska threatened bill in &..c.rUSI .

for undoing his groundless and offensive char face was covered by a black mask. He dashes at the editor addsIt v conferred on the people of the Territory, during their they would commence agitating for the repeal received (minNow York, per brig 3uT2 *

t ges. Our courtesy and generosity instead of being the ring and takes it gracefully and easily. .Who is is for Congress to determine whether the cooapir- Territorial existence, the right to exclude slavery, the Compromise meASures. Boiled Linseed Oil,]

met with a correspoDding spirit of franlnc'*, have he'I Who can it be t I" is herd on all sides but no oue ators iu tiii perfidy shall be allowed to triumph over when a brief discussion ensued, from which we quote Best Sperm Oil,

erred only t draw from the Sentinel a weekly re- can answer tho Then cam. THE KNIGHT orCKEiuamico tho lofty couMderalion' of public honor, the right of the following: WASHINGTON AFFAIRS. Burning Fluid,
'ueton free States, and the stern demands and
the of
justice White Zinc ia Oil.
barren
liMof' crude and iocohercut personal twaddle, A (Henry Dickey,) a manly strong looking humanity. -Let.it decide! The people are behind Mr. BUTLER, of 8. C. Mr. President before the WASHinaTTir, Feb. Pure White Lead,

i I of point and pith a we are apprehensive the editor rider. We would have bet strong oo him but be only the legislators, and villainy and cowardice ball discussion goes further upon this question, I wish to The nomination of George Sander, u No. 1 White Lead,

ii regard fo LJB.OVD reputation or o the opinion touched and did not take the ring. TH KsiGRT or I ITn. temporarily triumph, there i w a word in the vocabulary save myself. I am perfectly willing to vote for the London wa rejected in the Senate ou Tuesday Putty in cane. HODGKISS*SCOTT-

I. of a intelligent'pb1, If a man can. coolly indulge .Ciou, (Charles ) a Crueader, wit, that shah yet undo their work and carry consternation clause at it has been modified by of the the honorable Committee Senator large majority. February 28,1854. j -
from Illinois the chairman on the
Tp to the heart of every Northern traitor-that John L."Sullivan waa oo tame day .p
is ioT
I in levity a his.own creiaoc*. the broad re e O bi b-e misses. And word II .crEAL There il i a power congress to Territories, but with a very dear judgment that if ed a* Minister to Portugal NoU e. _

j;
lich circumstaocet iffinjurjr must, nccewarily fall KNIGHT .or andnr we and tiU* shall U THE aulU'"I. Let CoogreM. n.crciM either one way or the other-either to introduce Arrival of the AmericaFAtTUioac.
Dup that if it dare J I : or.-probibil slavery ux.:the Territorit* territorial
wluhj
bim'wboM laoddof autar oham'pioo bnt power .
wisltfdeur
o Ir pdl. county government baa no derivative authority to do ao from ,
Ut r70snt t* wUU Ie little Tb aoccMion of Everett to the' rablw el the :, chartered hia fismiryj fcr
) q t : our good were ,avail, tar be did not any act which Congress can pas*. The steamship America to 'bring
LfcntotWfulJ. enjoyment wlaUverof rl o of take the nog.-[Our chronicler ha accidentally omitr AbolitioniaU thus emboldens the StwajrdiU orgta to Mr. BBOWV oOfua Certainly not 1 the passengers taken from the San Francisco l1Ist *'orfu rIT
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h b may hive acquired ill the I lAId to note the gallant feats of the accomplished I indicate the prominent issue of leu.I Mr. SUTLER. I do met i tcrnl to go Into tbi dis-i Antarctic, bas arrived at New York, all well. [ February ,




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I setectod( DfltiZIflit(
eU
r,yE TONED PIANO for sale clwnp. Apply received a fresh supplr of Stuart's (".andi.G. .. For the Complete Cuseof CoMlMrCol HQuaE. %nd jot i In"West of Trilahassoee re- TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. ANEW.STOCK: .*ct. .' rt..ind fn m itw, .York.

4 *,,t"'tic KuiWf W tim' paper, or Ur. I. J l l.M11'1, .' t J. MEGINNISS.TtiWunry .., Inflatnaui. Alfc-.' *. wxmpied by a Archer, with fi fteuuM OFFJe*: AT TUK .COURT H.OC3E.January making my stack e inplete. 'lite**: 1.-krt.iI'b arh! at -
> 18, 1R53. nu4: an fLu h tthed. !
: 7 4t chIfl*.. frptlliug of Blood, Apply to IS, 18"Manufaotured 4 tick. wHl find cvrrv thing CMBBM }1 kept iu Dnotare. <
"" .I' 1 r."'.c. 8 otlirr Luufr COlDph"utIJICucllaa.to V J. T. ARCHER. A.H. WILSOSS .* Fla.
t.rtI".f: : __ 1 Just Received IBS4. at Newport
Feb. 4, 5
Contumpiiou. ',> .. 8tSheriff's Tobacco. Dealers fa the oootoj to tetter ben than U Mftlto
Hoes, Ate.u New Orleans per echr. W. R. Pettes, :. '
FROM 1 RECEIfur1har stock of aonw .100 New Tor .fe V -
tha B!<, >nier. a lanje sortmrn t ) BbLs. Extra Flour Sale. JUST P. S. %.lMfttnbe.u OflWnal ad Cbetn-
." ..M..1 ((.)' f i < T l irpUIS 'J boxes assorted Mana&ctaraQ Tobacco, at lower Dnf .
I On".7' l r tt. IIODOKISS .i SCOTT. 40 do S'tpetfine Flour. prcpnratiou is getting into use all over our BY virtue of a writ of fieri facuu issued from the prices than it can be bougbt in any of the large mar- icals worrm/rrf Purr. .
8 25 (II) New Orlean- Syrup JL receive from .ffii' offhe Clerk of Leon Circuit Court Middle January tl. 1854.II
4 Newport
j. ] SI. t'oulltrTilt" numerous letters \ e ceto North. Traders wit do weU to examine samples
.. _ ,
) 25 do R< ctifi'd Whiskey, effected in Cir!-lit of Florida) wherein Gotten Cneal -' -
.. various informing us of cures n plantiffnnd thaw stocks. Will forward
.ur ngenta. before ordering Spring .,
2 Tierces Kite. Legrand Brown i s tats.d '
Nails. iu i8.d feudant I have levied .,
warrant us saying '
their imnediate t'eigUjorhoods, upon ample, with prices attached to any desiring it A
Cut Nifr i l tt:>. received bvHODH 2Tites Lard It i- one of the 1 l.e't, if not the very best Cough Medicine and will expn for Ndebcf. the Oourt House do r credit to 1st of April will be given wbere any quantity 2'00 BUSHELS Heavy Sled omit .
:EG5 15 BUs. Apples, the of Tallahassee .
} in city on Monday the of HODGKISS 4 SCOTT.
) ( KISS SCOTT. i now before the public.} It almost mvarLbly relieves 6th-day is required. D. LADD. .,
; d 5 do Ornnee. 'IUM! not unfiequently cures the very worst caPS. March 18$4, withu kgaLhoun the following descri JaDna 21. 1854. 3 Dec 31, 185S.. 65 It ;v
Newport,
dn P Nuts. _
:o. 1't_ 1 c*mi I I When all'othcr cough preparations have failed bed pt|>ertV'UH 'it": .

Tobacco. 2 do Cocoa Nuts.BERRY i ROWLES. I this has relieved the patients, as Druggets dealers in Two hundred*qd forty acres .of hind, more orsituated less, Waknlla Iron Works, SODA WATER APPARATUS, .

anti Physicians testify. Ak the Agentin on.Forbes'. Purchase, about one and a-hnlf FOE KA.XCFACTCaiXO, DSAW1KO AnD BOTTUSe,
Ch"icc" Tlh ro. fur !nle bvHODGKIS3 February 18. 1 R51.Valuable 7 diiciIWII nearest! town what has been his experience of malts West x>f Hanky's':.,and about nineteen miles NEWPORT, FLORIDA. the latest and most approved coMtnKtion. .

5' & SCOTT. Lands for Sale. the your effects of this medicine. If he has been selling it uth-W'et't of TJlahaswe.- ,. THIS Establwhment is now in full operation. All! OF manufactured and for ale, with explicit printed

F.srU"I .',, T"8_ _ _ _ _ I for length of time, he w ill tell you Levied upon as the'property of said defendant and will be attended to with promptness and directions for iu use, by JOHN MATTHEWS, corner -
ANY of the hinds belonging to the estate of Henry I any to be sold to satisfy said writ of fieri ,facias according all work done with neatness and dispatch. of first avenue and 26th street opposite Bellerue.

Caution.n ', Wraeed. may be treated far 'i ivaic1i"/, Innpj'lication I IT IS TilE BEST MEDICINE EXTANT. to law. H.T. BLOCKER. Sheriff AU kinds of work each a' Steam Work, Mill Work New-York. The only establishment dcvott'd.exc1u.

(>rwn nrel'e-chy notified not t trade for to either of the Exeeutor.NARTIIA. *. I Below we give a few extracts from letters we have By A. H. FELKEL D. S. Sin Gearing Sugar Mill Circular) Saw Machinerv sively to the manufacture of SODA W Ana MACHINERY -

k 'AvtAf1\ Itelow nnd j ,any person find- GEE. Esocutrix, received lately regarding the virtues of this medicine.Dr. February 4, lR5-l. 5 61 Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers. Plough Casting Brass tCW. \ eiiitablv rewarded l hy presenting It. K. (CALU ) -1 hare Castings TuHu *>:I''i* u': xecuturs. S. S. Oslin. of Knoxville. Oa, ray : : any found a large assortment of very al tide conmcted
1n".t the pulln1r. The 1 notes 1 substance are in1tl4 C. ILDfPONT, f been uMng your Liverwort and Tar very extensivelyin Leon Circuit Court. I constantly on hand. All work done in such an estab with the business, including Material, Ai Estallish-
ull'I '1"" February 18. 1854. 7 fim [Sentinel i and) it is with lishment will be done by u*. with a
9" tnre 1111 'S: : mv iiactiee: : f"i three years past., plea Elizabeth Holdernes Adm'x of ) the and particular regardto ed 20 Tears. ,
\ strength
'iK1 Ont Jny IIncr date I premise c'j
( in
i -, javi.,;/ Abt-arcrfBHt.OO\ with vight per cent. other articles with which I am acquainted fur vhich I,Bill for specific per- Engine Competent Ac. always readiness to put up --
?, HOTEL.
ilite. February. 4Ui 1 h5t.I. "DEKOVAL,-The old established Looking it is recommended.Mes Strong and Chris- formaucc. MONTICELLO
1 ...irreit fro 1\. Christopher Terms will be liberal and all work done for
(.Izi "'nl'i' lIuu'w of RICHARDS strictly
W. C. CLAIIK. Fitzgerald A Bennett writing from Waynes- tiana Strong. JIT NEWMAN having closed hi. Hotel
:;
; KINGSLAND Co. removed from S8 Courtlandt cash or accepted orders on some business firm in this CAPT.
: < )Ivb or A prit. 18::3. Church. yule K C. bay :-"The LivErwort and Tar are becoming appraring by affidavit; made in this can.** that place. Tallahassee or Quincy. the subscriber having purchased and
Z.i'.1I3.\ ) one
E street to CBMBF.RS STRHET (
'OiJtbt'fif1 day: of.1..Lnllary next w e, or either of m block from HI"t'Iih'l"ltXl.'w Yoik corner where will be found diily inure popular in this country and we I defendant, Christopher Strong resides out of the Liberal price paid for old Iron. Copper and Brass, fitted up that large and Commodious Brick Buildinjf
"V. C. 200.00 with think justly so. All who have tried it sneak com- Middle Circuit of Florida and in the State of''Miis- South of the Court House formerly occupied a Tavern -V
.,???:to la p.Ly Clarke or bearer ? .unl. complete"a.sortment of !Illiu and Oniameut.il All letters must be addressed (post paid) to
as a beneficial in alleviating Mr. Goodbread. and known theu the Banner
of it. nnJ it i it by us
[ fwai htl'. inptidablv say very i
cent i.Jkl cst ( Port rait Picture Frames ipl-i' : M. IL rOXD A CO.
Glas "
HIU
pai ec
11 M. SINGLETON. l-c. Ac. Looking The trade" furnished with ('Ir'ariet of the complaints for which it i is recommeuded. // it o>'d'red. That the said! Christopher Strong do January 21, 18M. 3 Newport Fla. House takes this method informing the public that
C Mr. S. II. Mc- and) the bill of filed he has converted the said building iuto a Hotel and
C. T. J. SINGLETON.r work in state at reduced rates.IVbniiiry Our Acent in Pickens District S. appear answer complaint heiein! .
composition
that he it with great benefit in the will be taken for conic-red him, Boots Shoes &c. respectfully solicits a share of public patronage. No
"o fI : :: !,1. 1S54.On I 1% ] ::-. 7 :m : Fall assures us uses fir same against : will be spared tnrenclertbneeeom'lI1-
_. .- his and recommend1 it to his ueihburs"II PiovidrJ That a copy of this order b<* pnblihed in pains or expense ,
) the liiM day (If January next I promise to pny I own family Iii"'iciuit MADE AND REPAIRED. able who visit his house. Th. well known JJv-
'
in may
FAIR PREMIUMS of woman \ published iu tIre Middle Circuit of
with hitt.i WORLD'S gives an instance u negro some new>paper
J
V t' t uirke fir bearer. 60afO. to per ct-ut.
who had 1 him puffering with disease of the lungs for Florida once a week for the space of four inu I'HE subscriber in asking a continuation of erv Stables formerly kept by Cajt.Newniaure connected
hand nml seal Lb
-.l fruut' date. Witness my PRIZE MEDALS JL with the Hotel. E. E. BLACKBURN.
THREE that be has received
gives notice
A. P. LA WTOX. 101AL. I \Par', attended with severe cough, who was relieved AT CiAzzns, 30th January. 1Ri-t. patronage -
{ ] t bv the Liverwort nnd Tar. J. WAYLES BAKER Judge.A n stock of the very best quality of Superfine French Monticello. December 24, 1853. 61
Tlie nbove nrc W'icved to be copies iu sub'ttuioe 'tffHiI'JA\'Ej\1 t been awarded to the very of tImedlclUt' V ATTEST Calf-skin imported Englibh Sole Leather. Patent Lea-
hear
Such arcthe good reports we True Cwpy- : duds fcr
Florida
anti State ae.
viwt cotiies of I'aill't, u>tte<. \ I MiporiorPIANO I Boot and
rut from all : of the South. For n report of the surprising HUGH ARCHER, JK, Clerk. flier Morocco every other article appertain
parts
CALYIX DAVIS.V 1 FORTESI *I cures it ha* performed iu the Western, North- February 4, 1S4.5 4m ing to a Bout Establishment. These materials are of THE Subscriber will offer at Auction, in the city

: .uticello, Februury, 25,1S51. 8 2t. I F.1.1ihitl'l: the suWiiber at the Cry Mai Palace. In 1'I -rn and Eastern: States we would invite the euflering the moet superior kind and will make up Boots and Pensaeola on Monday, the 13th of March
-- -- --- -- Insolvent Estate Notice. Shoes of the best 18: the 16tb Section iu the following Ranges and
dune .
O1u1.illg' lh'' ubo\' nnnouncomcTit.tlieyvouldtakcthi11!: I patient to read the pamphlet which accompanies each very descriptions. Repairing

rrU1.1fOTlfE) i i opjmrtunity tn return their thanks to their mmicrou, bottle. To all we say, have hope, have hope I STATE OF FLORIDA, { to order. Shop immediately South of the Union Townships to wit :

TItTA"rmI: : OKHPH J JTalLhasiet. f friend' lor the ex!'n.i"e and lilwrr.l pntrornge heieto., THY THE MEDICINE Madison County. j Bank. J. M. WAAS. Rai>gtt, TotrnsJiipt.

: .', Febiuary 2.j. ] \:4.1EOXSTJANCE f 1 lore extended! to them. and n""urt- them that n pain PATTERSON January 14. I 1854. 2 9t 31 Vest 1,2,8,4aud5 North,

A hI" been mn.J' aguiu: th(I ] slirtll lx cparc-1 to ciistain the fl.itteiiiur reputation 1t1-1r l BE WARNED IN SEASON, JOHN H. ex- fficio administrator of 82 :, 8. and 5 "
Armstrong deceased having this day filedin
J\. ??,. ,4 f tlu|, Cij'it.il 1'jiMiaar] f,'r piirp-; '.(!. of pub. :' adv attained: and] in older to met the inciea .ed de-, i sind neglect not that cough which is daily weakening the Probate Office of said County written- MONROE HOUSE S3 4 and 5 "
ruantl" for tlieir iitti umPruts. tl..\. lime .:.] laigly) coiirtitution.: irritating throat tnd lut.gs. and suggesgeatioti SI 1 and 3 South.
'; ,.x'jii! ,itioii* of aiiU eiiien's. .le. TJi/'ie \* no iusiir'" j, your your thnt he believe said estate to be insolvent TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. .
<.1tlto: buililiii;. IUd un iiro\i.ioim a;uin-t lire,, i to tlu-ir II1nllu'INuringI.ilitit.I'; which they trut will 11 I i inviting on that dread disease Cou-umption, when so It thrrrfure mdirtd That all : Also Lots Nos. 1. ?, 3 and 5, of Sec. T. 2 S, IL
all enable! them! ii fut .t do. i healing, remedy can he obtained as Dr. is persons hating : well-known hotel having passed from 31 W.
tUt'\III"! I:";!/'F, LiJ: lei.*. IIiH.ks.Ae" *sii-t in the city,. I :I nrc promptly met every soothing and n claims nirainc-t Saul estate do and file 1i1'HIS V
'' ii"' II ]L1 rJlt*' 6:1pph' tlf watei i is eoiirfiJent, ex-. nnnd. Bnyeix from abroml: whether \:11'1'8"1' oth i IoersSyrip: o of Uverwoit nh'l Tar. in office! aforesaid authenticated appear in the same Lauds of Mr. E. P. Moore. iuto those of TERMS :-One fourth cash three fourths payable

tja., 'b4 ; whoa tlc two Cajutol Oi tni lire full. 4'r., are iiaitwl, to examiiu! our frj.kiuiiJ ussurtincnt't OF COUNTERFEITS the the manner the undersigned : the new proprietor gives notice to, I in three equal annual iimtahuenU. with interest in ad-
41'|
,411 BEWARE law before
It' I'li --foiet1* be ] "'.,j that no more applications; ': before' purchaeini: f.l\\'I.\! article is sij ied prescribed bj .011 or the 7th day of August : the public that he in prepared to entertain transientI t .anee. Or if all bo paid iu cash five per cent on this
i I' gei.uino ALEX. MCDONALD.'
uuile for lh .'f the r."rnf the '! HKOVESTEEX: A. TJr: T\\, : awl I o-11 illit.1tillllThe 1K54. I and pormiinriit customers with the lx."t the house aff credit instalments will be deducted.I .
|I. MM .
; jiurntwfl' 1 ANI'r:I-v ll'x.iu-: ; on the engraved vi upper ur ulltital.l F.l..J.11'1. 5 6m Judge of Probate.PULVERMACHER'ST | >rds. and at at reiisonuble Cost the times will admit >. 8. ALKEP.
.<"Jt.i.] C. II. At'.STlX; Tt'-sKurer. :;('.. P-rnailwav. N. Y.. ndjuiuiiur' ( St Nilioh! Hotel. a as t .

r,1ru.lr.Ht.t 8 It I seutiiulFAIRBANKS' ] i N. 11. l'rium. were n\\nrdt-d I b\ the AnuricuiI I }.,.ul.', six }In.tilee for !,". Sold 1.ELECTRICV of. The houee is well supplied with ser..antand, Remitter Public Lands State of Florida. 4t
1'iioe : 1 'I'r 1Ntt1e. or HY convenience to make comfortable and December'l 185 .
-- -- --- I 1, Institute to ihrjr: Pi'ino: fucvta n iu "11I'cl..iu. Id every guests : j. :; 50 3in
t FAD
M'OVIL
n.tallo ,
brnarv ." lioliali"d : the proprietor \\ ill spare no pain to please those who
Ff ] S. ]S..4.:
.in VOLTAIC
lTTr ;1 ___. _. __ .___ _I7._ .______________ _-_ I Solo ".'nl"! fir the :nt'ierii S(Cites to whom nil CHAINS niav l.ivor_ him_ with__ their_ raitniatr&An_ __n ,_"_tu.phl.itiIr'r n..__.iD. XX. .A.n:1.es
}PLATFORM SCALES i SNUFF AND TOBACCO. J .111.-1 S mil] a1ijiCatitIi' for Agencies mun beadJiesoS.l'l AXE A"and novel mode of nrJ'h'in a piwerful' ; stable adjoins this Hotel Inn--o-C. A. BRYAN.Tallahassee. ,

(.,] al agent, no cun\!ructe ije worn under January 7, 1854. 1 tf TALLAHASEE: FLORIDA.

,. LoNG KMH\\-feEVKRKLV: : TJ i I'ETEtt I.nKIUKD, -M \.TATnan: j 't',o by I). II. Ame Banmrd) & Maxwell the garment next to the tkin. p-oduciug a con- Q Wholesale and Retail Dealer in djS
T'I
El-LvsrTr.uTrlIr. AtKXOWI.CDtinn I ?.o. 42 CHATHAM !".. V 1. Xa-h iOu ''j'l1tlm't'! 1 lingers t i t Son. CliattahiH ftant. unniTvmipted current of Electro Magnetism ef-- Bank of Charleston.A DRUGS AND HEDICLXES.

OFFERS: for eal> tie fallowing: articles \\,3rr/mil'tll I '( e ; (;ClI. F. Ihltzl.lI.Iuriallllll ; Jordan A David fecTtiug IMMEDIATE RELIEF from the mo t acute OEXCYat-New Port. Florida. .. .

: STANDARD i iApnU fjutir.ty :-=Mi--eoboy: < 'a"., .,' -on. Quincv: A. H. Wilaon NfwjHirt; Samuel Pu- pain and also _a permanent cure of all <' McXAUGHT i ORMOND.Newport. --

-New York.FAIRBANKS J Co.fc'.t' Water !:. French. 1 Unpee. Honey I)ew. and other Snuff': al.,). 11.,,t"II. M tiitIet-I I.'. En\-'OUS: D ASI.S. January 14. lt4. 1 Pr.RFt"3rEUT, DyeatuSs, Surgical Instruments.

S Cm I! Fine Cut Tobacco in tin:: f-il and : A more i IP. l.M. 7 4meow __ Window Glass. Paints,
:i. K54. ]J''j''rf.] I partieular Vis-nary
1bruary I j It has )lom; f.lil'I) to funii li almost in-tant Manufactured
___ ..le"'ipti'llIlIftw, > :iirtirle can be LaJ Iet relief! j Notice.T Oils, Varnishes Putty Tobacco
: and final <.rman *nt cure, being used and Glass Ware Patent Medicines
.LIGII1' DAGlCRKElv CJALLEtt a p by ucaorUiug
Administrator's Sale. bv sending f->r a fill pi.cc: current a* abvxe. j Sli' ,
; to lir.'tioii", m tLe following (}!i.- -a e.UliciiRi.ttisni .-, : I lIE highest} price in cash will be paid at all times Fine Soaps Fine Tooth, Pure Wines and Brandiwi
"February IS, !t'.1. 7 :!m I I
% )1111,134thf', ?th dav of Match, ,'i11 be sol.l at I tJEl L-.t1NA1II': IIU( 'l'om UteriiMPuins: by the suWnbt-r for Hides Deer Skins, Leather and Hair Brushes Medicinal purpows.
0 -- -- on -- --
Auclioii one Negto Woman, about S5 jvars ..11.I Erection of a School House. I r\ IIE fiilbfiilHTs mpoci: fully anununcc to the Iji (}<'ut. Si:itu-a, Palpitution tlf the Heart, and Sea leland Cotton Seed-viz: Paint Brushes Fancy Articles

j rot rate ("',.k. Wa her and Irjmr belonging to th-- |! .1 .lkiaiul! genticmm: of Tuhllm"t'! alld"II'JII:\' 1 ParaUfci.-, PeihMiical: Headache, Prime Hides. 10 to 12 cents per pound, I Garden Seeds, Fine Havana Segars.
eetaUof \\.ll J Brnkeubrouirh. '1 '.: LED) pv: )pi";.il for: the erection of School Painful anti Swelled! Joiut SL Vitns .. De Skins ** received
i' that tlit-ir (;aU..ry i i'l .pen dailv fir the reception ofviioi !, Dancv, r 25 to :30 cts He has recently per brigs Aa Sawyer and
HEI1RY A- HU1.1:5JI'llUCW.: ,\ l- ll-mv in the eitefTala.a f' *"ee will lie reee ivedat ] :( ,. i-LH'Ja> !- r-Mvptid. )J, ,iatult.s taken! i-f all Xeni algia! Ilfth. face, i;ifral Debihtv.Di Leather, 17 to '_>n cts per )Moutmk a LlJgi and Fresh supply of every variety

JVbruary_._ 2.:, lN -. b :t I the ifiioc.. of th 'In k ol the C'itv Council! uji to the h./t-s; ,11111) htUs of I ilx- j.rt L
- 1 1R I fo-artb ) .\ infm: next. Plans niilI tjxeillealions I It iiAitdl to call and txamiue tl.t-n) kjierimi'i,-. Deafness anti Blindn: ", Hysteric. D\spepMa.; i Tht-"fo may be sent to any of the numerous Commis- Physicians will always find at this etlta1.lia hmenta full

List cf Letters t berni'le can I IK' seen at forliiickaiiJ tli" ""'Jh' ofHfe.Wool Proposals I Won nail ,- *.'. I 15: ]n,tructIi- gi\fti iii the! art, and all kinds of ALL DISEASES -ii-n Merchant, or direct to me. and save all charge of i supply of every thin* needed and on the most liberal
l separately : '
: hIM \ININ n in tl" Pit Office at TalLha.,ec .ii IJUICK WOKK.-M.-.fi I.oih. nf the building 4I< {,-.-l lbv I'u'"Uvrrtun' materials for i.n'.'. that are enuiNIII\ defiViint nuiount of nervous flu i t Commission. SAM I l EL HO VT, f terms.
: I Charleston, S. C, ".11. -'.) L'ant Lay. \ Orders from the Country promptly filled and satisfaction
J KUIIXS A P.AILET.February .
tIt" 1 Ktli; .f February,1 "51T : i'l iut-ide. 5 i'l. Tl.fi.I l, if not cured
,i fin' from ciiils> < ti) two t-lory high. Tlie I are greatly! jx-rinanentiy by .lannars-14. Ihfi4. 9t 2 I i guaranteed with regard both to and

\.- H Aven-tt R A t-1I.nll. J AmWpna, D Atl : fit floor to be 3 t feet al'"1\ c the ground in front ; tie2.l I 11. 1 *:4. .. _._C __ ly__ -imply w earing the cha"i f.r a f-w: hourh. -ach day. j! -- -. h quality. Physicians prescriptions carefully prices compounded. -

;in! ""n, Joint D At\\.I..I. Armfiv"! ,r Wiilinii-.Jnm: *'*: fl..nr ]12 fevt iu the, I'kr. and exiling .)f f 2d! floor 12 '! Bit uii'Kr-too-1, that! IS not claimed that it cures Cooper's, Carpenter's and Black- .

.AlJiEtu Oleu Aii;e, Stephca Atlvinsou Wiry At- feet MI tli"ltir.: The first Ftry from foundation to'm Watch, Clock .Repairing, &.c. all disease, but only thor-e for which it i is recommendf f 1 smith's Tools. Also. EPPI G'S COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT -V

l.W""II. \ 2 brkks or lf t\ indiethi<-k ; the second story lj or r" II undtr-ignwl, ciM- notice to ".11.! ani 1 moreover v.. e f..j.h.! claim and defy that no j jiiiedicinul ; t tI |
] I FINE and. well selec'ed stock of the above land OF BUCHU.
1-,11... 1'.u 4114'r. r J1.tr.'f.t.. Y:ut.n !iroh.Ior : I 13: niche* tlik-k. with pill.ith: : fur l p"rtk--> and p.-utition tin- (.itjyCii'. <>f Tidlaha.-'M'e awl agent of any kind tins performed so many A Jug from Brig C. A. Coe. and for sale by i December 24. 1&a. 51

II t Uii'iti. TJ-tnuh p i'd.! K' Uru-welJ .J Jj ;JJJond Miss: wall- iidr! Ii.-: llr. w' per plan., The ('']Ulll1'l1' tll' :1'I'I.rr"UlI.lill]| : c-iuntry tl..taa'illr c-uris during the lxt year of those di."easCtjUt named McNAUGIIT[ ORMOND.. J

J H K'-Jla'uv J'ihu Ii JirMiuli.'n; J
<'tfii'-r. Dr IT J.' 1r.wu., P.t.r Hnm-tv. .:. \. Bi ..d- ir"'i. Tlieh"!.' I rnilihi'g! !o be plaAtureil! (iuti"le and Jest dry r-p-iiriiig4ctalili; >hiiieiitl here Jt il i i invcruiirliei'II electric C'Iiniii, I i I wjf _Jannary BOXES Window Glass, assorted sizes,

'. ii ?> d! >iii"''i Jtt til).r. 1": 7' Jui! .fu',l, da. JJ.tKr. Jus with a gojd cat flf Hydraulic! C.mt-ut, /ud the incite kinds if work helon:ing to that hue of business will And t-. prove this a.erti, we defy any person to I|! Crockery. I Ii i AW f\f\ 100 kegs White Lead, ,extra & No. 1,
\ i,, a-.i. UU :Jtier. w :111.!! mid! <-eiliticto I be plat t;-rcd with two good) c.t t tf !1) pel f.'rUler with cl ltsjKitch and till good terms. Fur inidure s<) well autlu-nticateil certiticutes of pure -
1 I i
many I S barrels L: eetl Oil.
FEW lIhJI !
Crates and
sale '
\ Crockery for low'
riortar ml1 1 wlutewafcli. the I'rOcut. lit .1,1' i. at I H'M'TU \i". 1. )1011I01. HcU.t .
RlIII l bu
(.-J \ t'rIi..k.t'.rl; H''nse of ltl'pr'ntti'l"t... .44tLItifCPliydieialis intclligt-nt pr.tifijtsa: ni.iy I,I -4-A. to close byMcNAL'CUT 6 Lard OiL
&: 'lVlllte1ij| li 3 J"ll' W (."..VVJl-t. J L C tT. L H WOOD) ..VOU11 i : -TI.e fit,-1 ::!il HT-mUtorv-to' be uitairi Eu'r1e.- iI1hiit4'l; : by a :r. PciM eJrixing I :; >uII,11H a pHUi;!hlt, of ;uO (Higes, to be had (gratia) cf I j f i a consignment A OU3IOND. 2O Kegs Zinc Paint.

4' iiiunti. Mib Susan Ca'iipbell. i E: Cu5.ow.ay, )10. Dt, JrhiiieiJooii l'alliI..II": :aii'l to h. :Si-bool II.I atijtvro J U.-citati'iji! l!.N(III', and ;. -iiLto hi\'"- TtiI"iMl. \\ill b' wiit-lotiit: th..ir biiii.t.s.I : ;
AHiJf, i'ran.> Mr: Eiizii;: CJKOII. John CuMtn. Mi. Mni- .Ntu. : pi age i The KKrtri'Chaii.H were first introduced in France 2 barrels Rectified Whale Oil.

'at-! 4.U I I. J*\ id ( lii k. Jlrw v C'Mijicr, A V Carman. fm "''Itr '. Btairwjy. itflc.'il.ir.a-('] in the 'l.dTI. Th. l lO'rni'c I by iiotif\ing me iu pt-rtou or i bv* 1 I. tt -r. All w'I k war- ill 1SV'" aiid silt.r l"Miig iibjcted} to the nn" t thor-l I I Salt Salt !!! [ 2 Train Oil 1 bbl. Copal ,arn h. .

i.i\i! l ..., U'r-iu.' ..!. nnd En'iibl.tinie: ; ( tn be of wo<"l. (II th<. lonie rant J. J. SllO.VFELD 1 ";h and riirul trial, [bv the fir.-tmeilicul men it Pane, I SACKS West Salt Spirits Turpentine in barrel and at retail. A
r-.xle. The l llo.jf 1111 U; (fr.ini"d with trus-es lx In M-.iiroe HOII.-C li" : taij1Ftbninrj : Key ,just landing sjid : gen.er:11
: D. J.-lui! } JluiV W up were t-I !I'tt'f"tra'l e sale assortment of Colors,Brushes,and other Painters'materials. V
-\ -' l>"itt, C Dean ((2t for by :
rtt pirt.: Hi indi'ati-1 by tl.e |il.in. \\ lrrliill 11 I, lf.r l. 0 I.m jtniitiwl.For : wlierevtT and bv
P S Ihivai (4..1 J W Duu.tM". W J DuvifJ): ( .) llum 1 H 'it tin* : .'. ihiig ii"tff. Tinier fir the tn.e-MJJHjK --- ;>ower in relieving pain applied : MeXAUGHT ORMOND.. I D. AMES.

A 1'uvMil.) 'JlJul.hn.) Mi> II: R Dewitt <",) AnJrt Duncan, Mise (i to IN- <*, by ijtifr K| ; t'-r line j plate: ,; by 0. ; rafters 3 i "bv,5"; ': New York. their that\ city iuflutiivvfc, and also!secured ir.tnxlccfd by letters into the patent hospitals by the 4if .. Newport-----January 7, 1654.- 1 -December_24 1853. 51 -

wall 1,11tt4 by Jd4iri"; S by lij ; upper Cf'ihn, I Ijoi Ir : "T"JIE well known bnrk. It. H. Gamble' will r'reiK-h GyveninnntTluv I 1-- Fresh Supples. NEW FIRM. NEW GOODS.

t: -Mr* N EWi. Otis Everett Jobiali rileanor "tis 2 by 0 ; t-iiiall biies: t. h 11-.. 5 |h,v .1 ; principal ;,, j. '. I havi immediate d"'I'.Ll.t for the abuivel'r are now intrixluced) in almi't every .
(! ilus M 1 E Evm: ;1 ft..rillz joi-ts by 10( dmir ttud -, & Ii; oilier Iolpit.'lll I ECEIT IXG from New York, Baltimore and New
> ; > bv i iI P NOW ON HAND
:i i>"it. pavage wily apply to tinCaptain uu in Ei'gl.nitl: : (;j'rlllIIIY. Aiii-tria. IJelgium and p.iteuted Oilcans ,
f -1-o.ic J Frcwn-iti: (!.) F L Freger. Ttr.lit Fi-l. 1 Ptud-, 2! i by S ; giuier; t., t'il! floor 1J by 1'; box window :, ,,'\rd. or to MeNA I UJllT d OlIOND.Nt.wMurtFdrury in thuse c,.r.ntiip". \\lu-re tl.y haH become the moat Fresh Gofhen, and MOST beautiful and vari'd otsorfmrnt of
It I Flwtiu : ) fi-atnes, Mislicf: Ui be J 12 lights to the, \\ window]Z :! Butter Cabbages Beets A
rr J -lm Fletcher W
Forehand. T Feriil. i
11, lr>54. t. curutitf nt the "rUL
I, | ipular II!! in I Onions GOODS. which will be sold low for CASH and
W J rc-nll. W T Fen ell, A Foreman. !i Illv 2n J 11:..", nnd) to be liung w ith) w .i izi; '' ; window :1: -- _____ .__ _h__ ._ ____ I lly were tint introiluec-d into tli. United States I) Western do do Cheese in Kits Chocolate aud and Hops, for the Productions of the country at a small advance
I'I i I Cocoa
and d'Hir to be the iiiM'k in the
('( un aichitrave
(:,.Tamper Oliver ((2)) Geo GonaU. Mi-s j M A '. 't..I down the Pioneer Line for Charleston. iilxmt one year sinCe, awl"! 1'lIt through \ the same I'!I Pine Apple Cheese, Tomato Catsup, on the original cost at the
( as by laninduwn to ]
Giulwr. GetV Gi-eu, J R Gillntoie Dr TH GrecuLutli. ] 113n'pallllt:1 J I I trial a* in Eun>j"'. and were at ouce introduced in
Soda Biscuit Walnut do
backi.. 2 fll'Iltf stairs leading to the M-cotid ttorv.as 'I' lIE 1 Pa l/'k'-t dln'r' "Empire." Fi-k, in New Yorkhere in I Cash and Exchange Rooms of
Hfpitil they are now
I in rhea c-d by the plan. Newel! jioMs IjauNt-ej-ii and I f __ 1I..tl.r.t i is hoW lolling.: anil l will ha\e itn- every Lemon (14)! Brandy Peaches

II.-Mr arab. Hall. .Urn harley' St Gen Holmes.lKw rails to be of cherry. Seals and .1 le.3.. ." fi )be made! :< mediate despatch for tLc iilmve} port F..r fn-Lrht ..1.I .- lailv ue effecting even more wonderful cures than had I Water Crackers, do Cherries; HODGKISS & SCOTT,

]H .!. F Uunan.T: 1 J JUl-m., .1 J Hart, Miss L accordiug to ]1al1. Floois to l I.: laid with yellow pine i
L Hun;urt .rd. iJ F lltrJi""II.: Mr Mar .lr.t Holt! WT lx ird]", about) 6 inches ill and inches I February 11, U"&4. f They are hlhhlreemmenlt.d by Profs. ValentinJlott *- Sugar do Pickled Oysters,

H'.llnu'Worth) K )Ht-wt-tt. T \V Harris A M Uuir o\ed and tongued. iSux b iardn to Ij all tlie tlJick'l I: - __ _ un __ __ Van Barer: P.,ft, and others, who have puUMid I Dried Herring. Fresh Lobsters:, GEO. W. SCOTT & CO.
Sim- Cilliidialbmihllll their Mews of thir sitr and value in oe'rI11..ftbt' "We will make exertion to render dealers withus
( E: T P Uojikms.I. nUiiit twelve inches vide. Ott.idc dorH lie Fresh Supplies. j Baltimore Rue Herring Sardines every
to 2 I
medical urnaN in thst and al. in the
j" city are ) Maecanmi pn abw/uteand ampleequivdesalforpng eridilt,
.-All ],1cl'. 1) T bl.'r. f'jliiiiig, 3 i IJ:1uuel. cneh. and moulded Ituchf I- j UST las.l d from Cod Fii.li ,
I parU ] pnnn: ( <2 Brig Tavtrneur
IIf their
J daily practice reroinmeiiding u-e to patients.A I Cured Ham Sperm and Star Candles in goods of the best qualities, la test and noetspprov-
..-Mn C Johnson ((2.) L JeuVine, B II Jobnseu tliiek. Itiide, doors 6 piinneU eu-h I 1J illt'lw"l I 8 bbla. Iletinud sugars, full account ot tln-ir npinioii may also! IK found in Sugar Bacon Shoulders. Clarified ed styles at the LOWEST CASH PRICES.
(L) Mrs M E JohtiMiri A S Jotm thick moulded nnd hun. with iron butt hinges, 4$ by 25 Sarks Hio arid Maracaibo Coffee i Sugar
m. : I verv pnn>f>hl.'t.. llnol l wnt to the adircs'! of any person d. Sides Java Coffee in Our assortment will constantly be enlarged and en-
.-Nr' M King. W B Kyle. C Kjlc. J B Keen- 4!, and to have good mortice locks, with a, ina;trkev I 10 Lilt Hiram S nitb Hour, In the StftfO' applying! (|io!t-pnid) t. JORDAN ttDAVIDSON. Beef Tongue, Strart Candies.mats riched by fresh supplies and will embrace the entire V
I.-D M LM 1 J'5ttb"J1 far all The 1 principal joi-U! to bo two fe tapart f""llIj 20) Boxes E. I). Chect-e Qumi'V. Florida mho for J.
Ling.: Lynn *. Mit, C are agents New Syrup. Filberts and Almonds, variety of goods demanded in this market. Annexed
Jl 1' I'' i center to center. Pail'fn>n stud10( uiehes from center I i Diied Ajiples, Liquor, Wiling kl. fur "11. .
by S.llio
'IIn. I Stt'ilJtrt.56b. Bioadway. X. Y, ajrent for the U. do do in -J bbls. Capers, tie. ttcIIODGKISS .i is a GENERAL SCHEDULE: V
;i.-w to center upper N.iIingjfiiIt4i to be 10 inches from McNAUfJIIT A OHMUXD.( CLuino be with full Laces Ribbons and Ladies
n .MNII! 'r. HI'S can bent by mail descriptions fc" SCOTT. Embroideries Trimmings, V
\ -i .h"J..u 1.I.'r. alter .M-rtiii. EilcDaiiW, D.Mr: :length, of porch and to Lu built of gr od heart pine. Out- __ __ h ____ __ __ __ fur u!'. Dec. 31, 1353. 62 82 Fine Dress Goods Fancy Mantles. Shawls and
IIIII".J: :{ and Fashionable Gloves. Mitts and Ho-
C McLay: A C. Sinu-on II' Price of Chaius $ f 5. Cloaks. Bonnets
.
Mat.uj1'. A I. -., ?,10 fide] back tAi b*- ab.iut U feet long, w ith hand rail j I Fresh *
stejm Supplies. .A- 331. W JLXjSOUNT
nut examine
) He!cy. JLu >.orri!, Tl.unu! I'It\ iciln8 are politely invited to call ,, sierv. Heavy and substantial Dry Goods Blankets
Morgan G. W. ,.,
M ,
ti F )1'-'I'IH. r .and hJLIJiI.t5! all of good 1 hea.it pine. Roof to be i t T AXDIXG. from Brigs Tavcneur Lavacea: mid] their construction, and pronounce upon their lavriU.0E WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST i Clothing. Boots and Shoes. Hats and Caps Bagging

.-rI" r. : J hcetediithrough edge I Imards, unit l hhingled with! .,: J-J H -raltJ. and barks (lamble and C. \Vytiiit. 5 11 I II WORD MORE TO IXVALIDS. and Rope Saddlery, Hardware and Cutlery Guns.
nul'lt" L'r1u
TV.O. G W PWflfltL 1"lt yellow pine tihingrert."nlley] 11 and gutter to In1ofcoppir. I|I brukh ; KM bhlwj Hay ; 2.1 hnrks Coffee; :ill "hI,. RI"I NEWPORT FLORIDA. Nails and Hollow-ware Crockery Fancy Boxes and
Thomas ! No person III'j..I.f"'Ir that they will n-'t neconiplMijti receiving large and well selected stock of .
]' 1 40 unIt bbln. Flour; 10 (1.,. Refined Sugar Wint- Li- J IS now II Paints, Powder Shot and Lead. Flour. Beet Bacon. .
!*.-MiVajah. PutrieV W (,01'1.'I""h l'ari"L : with tlneeroats of lead nil, boiled liriacedoil I quorn. Chttve, Apjilr, Planting Potatoes',;Seed Oats what it i'" claimo! they ran do ami all person OFFICINAL DRUGS AXD CHEMICALS; also, Butter Cheese and all kinds of Grocei 'us and Provisions. .

X A I'tII'i.: i i.-, Alary J P'...e. J urca |Ut. ((2.) I with Venitian: blind.- to till the windows. fill tAm lug"; !I Xail>, Hollow mid Hardware, Ca.-t *. Plantation who I hav IK-CI'IHC disgusted with a constant jMinring n large stock of Patent Medicines White Lead etc. .
U.-F < I tc., all omipletc. Hie whole work to be done inbebt ], Iron aub4jited Nail down -pntMit. nostrums (bottled swill,) are kindly! etc. ; a tplendid assortment of the most approved Cotton and Tobacco.
Hai.Ii..111111.1 sizes .
: 1f'.rShoe. limit. Ac
Ri'k.II..o\ Itenuinn-t.ju. t, manner uuil witli best iiiaterials. nnd jolittAy ill\'itpd l to give them a trial.X. Sclwol Books Books. Poetical Note and
i&'s, ',\ For J Toy HymnBooks
J' 'I''t.rt. ,,111' Lrtt hale l h1IIcXAl'HlT; t OltMOXD.Newport Liberal advances made on shipments of the abaTe
v J :Hl i \\ Jll j Chain \siil last for and lose none of
: Iju..e B. One ,
III J 1. ((5 ) I tPropuah will al.) 1 be rcive l for the) painting. years : FooIscan'Paper, Laid Letter, Gilt Edge Pa- '
JLu4d.ilJ ( .I WI/I \ February 11. Ib54.; 6 articles by HODGKISS i SCOTT.
U.I/t.?". J l'niv. Jn: G. W. JIUTCHINS iU: electric power by use, and can be applied to cither Common Note. Embossed Note Sprig Paper;
per
Eu..c1l Chal'lt'lo J u""f"'I1 11 November. 19. IS3. 46
) JJ
Jcd Ridarll child. For sale
U' { 1t1,1dt W hl"'un, Clerk City Council.IVbrunry adult or byJORDAN Envelopes. Embroidered Laced. tc.
J'lia.1I
iU J.11 18, IPJJ4.; 7 4t [Sentinel. Notice.
".- Sal. ,"' ( .I 'Wi" S,11Ii Su1t..r -- -.- __ lavs from the first Quiucy Florida. almost article
n W m.th i h. THIRTY publication of thin no including every found useful iu is the Entire
\\'id. undersigned now offering
Ilt'r.rf.1(: pli." Jill. \"r.111'1j": C I! '3I1.1 ((2,) J Stlk k."Ca i i AN ORDINANCE: shall npply to the Honorable J. Wayles February 4. 1854. 5 4t the South among which something new, novel and THE Of Goods in the Store lately occupied -

1 :. .I\'I :: A ]It! J1 S", ''. L J SJmrp1l't1", i To Prevent Hogs Running at Large. Baker Judge <.f the Circuit Court for the Middle Cir beneficial to the afflicted to-wit : Pulvermarher's Hv by D. MA ,'LEY. iu this city consisting of & V

l' .dlld"I"fIt.: .li'tJti'li. 1 !ituz'l..r". 3r E A Sillith.) J. :.1! ; 1. lit it tndaii'fd by lln-.lnltndinit and, cuit of Florida, at his office in the city of Tallahiu, Drf. T. B. LAMAR Jr -Electric Voltaic Chains. All! of which will Iw sold general variety of Groceries. Fancy and Staple Goods

ltlr M Sl'utt.r" Su11all". Juts Sweat, U J R :l.tt. SECTION nJUJCil".l'III' City of Ttillaltathre. That I for an onW to sell the following real estate of Andrew his Professional services to tho public. lower than at any other Drug Establishment in the which must be closed. Call and examine. The entire
11 SLu p. C C Skii,( J nuHSe.tL :, :, F. Withers, Elizabeth S. Withers Dud Horatio OFFERS residence of Dr. country selling the same article a
H : tcwart. \iigtt fifteen days from and after the of this Oidii be found at tbe former stock can be bad for less than New Y rk prim

btowe. Wru4'lI.t..Sltu"1"Xr Se.tt.! ". J A Slllu;l.it.er, MIs" M t:|i 1\\11: ((. it thall not lie lawful for aiivjK-iAouor)passage |iersun., Withers to-wit, infant children Horatio C. Withers, deceased James Hnnter, on the Thomasville road, eight miles December 31, 185 3. 52 cost A rare chance for a bargain can be had by any

'If.-Jam"iTlKunai1 J Ix-ing the owner or owners of any big or hogs, tti prri : from Titllahaiwe.January A ROYAL STOCK one wishing the stock and Store.
Lots No.
J. 2 and 3 in fractional
TiUia21111.t. Section and
St.nje Driver : mil the 20. 28, 18 -. 4 6m C. H. BLOOD.
t''er. W J M Wina, i same to run at forge within the limits of the .
n.liowpson.V. ThulUl\a Tucks:'I E city of l TnVahasKC ; and iu the event of the violation in Lot the No. 2 iu fractional of Leon and Section 21, illT 2. Nof R 1 W, Of Carriages, Buggies, Harness, Saddles, Tallahassee Dec. 31. 1853. 52 *m
of Florida
County State
I of thin Ordinance the ilarclial of eutd containing MEDICAL NOTICE. Maker's Stock and Tools
.--J L \ e\en. city is hereby three hundred and Collars, Harness Fresh
i ninety acres, more or I'IIM.IL Supplies.
,\ n Wilkill 1 I I authwrwl% and required to .dZ MIld iinjxiund any bog ..S4- Trunks Valises Carpet Bags
!. Wm 13 W A. WHITE, Guardian. 4c.$ ,
vn1Ik J or hogs T ECEFTING from the HERALD ASA 8JLTTIX -
\ W | no found )
WJID running at large
to the W. EPPES
(3. Warren contrary WM. F. ROBERTSON i J.
pro-
Allied :
11 P54.Copartnership; .
February ,
: ) .h .l.1..II. .11 : \ visionn 6 !
APPEARING GAMBLE and
NOW
YEK. CuPOLA
Nr It \\ ll1iU1)s4fl1. V\ AVluddi iiv : hereof nnd after haviuggiven two days notice DRS.". located in Tallahassee and n!'oi-inted IS JUST
Jl'rv.WtL Nithinaeihi P"st d at the Court house dotw in said citv, the faid -- -- - in the : of Medicine, offer Extra Northern Flour, No. 1 Mackerel,
A n Va1kr themselves together practice:
!
ou. !
Jlh.rt 1a ,
.
WiHi\fIJ"'m((2 LRl h Notice. Bbls. -
) uuthorjed r Western 4
t 1 \\ l11'1':1.: .J'UlIl', \ lI Ullli. ( public : uUtl! required l tAl "11 the S:1IlIe at their Professional services to the public.r ] swkIItRNDACARRIAGFS
WjDw, li'ijji;' Waldon. Jonah WckL.J"'ph Gretu'Will\Vihliji i: tb. outcry, to tIn' ]1iihiet hidd,'r. furcah one half T "nderMgiKtl have this day entered i iuto a co- W Officeover the Rt.llreof Messre.Bettoni Higg S. F.Buckwheat. Kits
.V; '" :'" f'l.idl : AND Flour Dried Herring,
: "l'"tobl-1. in the theEpiscopal 1\1T/ BUG1Y1. ,
to flit Marslml partnership of
Juhn F WjJlj Mis; V V V WIiit,. 'I i IU\I the, % Residence of Dr. Robertson at the Parsonage '
TetUaindr U> go itttx the city Tr"lIr1"'u.. ChurchWM.. F. ROBERTSON, G1ES of all sorts-among them some of the 4 and -I Kegs V- Codfish.Eu. .

1 ,-Absolom Yeomnns Col C C Young. i I vided.era ur That, 1))rtyiu" l 05lllu' sole. t-e(- owner J or own- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Jan. 2851. 4 6m J. W. EPPES.Notice. famous sand blasting dust-dispelling stump-surmouut- .". Dairy Cheese, Dried Peach's,
:
\* Perwiucolliiig! for any of the tabove letter I have Z'rife or lfPl. W belied nud imFnnded, shall DB.UGBUSZNESS ing pattern which will go twenty miles an hour and Goehco Butter, Apples,

"'IlIlease ay tht-v ar adv rtLs xL I the I UtJy 1 111 S'tCUto0 the II/UlI.. stop only with th. horses being specially adapted by Bacon Sides, Green -
payment UP"IIaud UMIKH TilE NAME AND STYLE OF and high finish to the r Shoulders, Oranges and Date,
M. NASH, P. M. I every hog claimJ.l. of one '1.llar for cach note strength [corduroy] Railway
February :5. ISM. 8 Jt i fllrtll1'r. That ; aUld tellu"d : Prfl" lcdfMllrlihnl BARNARD & MAXWELL. 4 LL persons indebted to the snlxwribeby the service. Courting Carnages for polite young gentlemen Sugar Cured Hams. Water Crackers,
-... I houtd no i ''ale( J.\ or-account arc requested to call and settle and Sulkies for the so-disposed. The well known Lard in Bbls. and Kegs Butter "
--- -- -- -- be unuble U 'bS:sale 0' should 1 thc They will be pleased to see their friend early as possible. Having made a change SADDLES [ IL Sugar M
From New Orleans. ju tIe same m John Gilpiu upon one which that world Sugar Syrup,
j vided above thcu and hi that c- th flMTIt1t'r **"* I and patrons at the old stand of E. Ba,nerd, bUll 'nel'8 arrangements 'renders it necessary that renowned Captain Clarified Sugar, Soda "
my
J 1UST arriving, at the Store of Hod-kiss
Duffields Westphalia Hams, and impounded die in any ru.mnn-, ?1 It'.* .1 cll1a, "" st'lz"subBerve and Clinton streets, where they will keep Jan. 28.1854. 4EnARNARD., Ja. And never looked behind him.". Loaf Graham Bread '

Busy's new Sugar Cured do, purj we" of diiordinal, rii ted.oIn general assortment of articles appertaining And numerous other patterns, adapted to speed and Rio Coffee, Stewart* Candies,

Kew. Jtilbed Bacon Sides, ; and removing the same Wyond tI'r' IIIl1tll-r Ly *lU' to their liue of business nnd solicit the patronage of Florida Land Sales. service. 'Some of the varieties of HARNESS have Java 8.8. Almonds,

& Leaf Lord.irth city, or by permitting any J.erllUn, or It.'t"IOuns uf to the their friends and the public. I"bscriber will offer at Auction before the been read of: but others must be seen to be appre- Apple Vinegar, BraailNata,.

Carolina Rice, lie same, upon payment of the ('.e required, remove R BARNARD. JR., .1. dtt'of UM. Court House of the County t-f Duval ciated. All! the WHIfS warranted to hurt if well applied Sperm Candles, Eng. Walnuts,
Utra
St I.,uis Flour, herein of wnu fide dMitwult.Pa&sed G. TROUP MAXWELL., Wddday. the 8d of My next, all the 16th sec"filirfe or will be taken back the money returned no Adm't Zante Cnrraata*

Sup I'ie.Fine Ne" do do: : in Council February J 3.i 1554. I February. I, ((4.) 1864., 5 :\ on CouD'Y. question asked and a receiptgiven iu stirrup leather. Table Salt, Onioose,;

dO/ Orleans Syrup.r(1 WM. J l IAYWA liD. Intedan. 'I ---"- b door of the Court House in the County These Whips are of the same kind the poet wished in -ALSO- -

'.4zJce. e' Ohean do.] 41i. I in barrels' ArrEsr :-G. W.. IlL'Tl.'uIN8. Clerk. Groceries,. &c. of}: 3SuVou M ndny.. the 8th of May next all tho every honest baud I Damask Tablo Cloths, Napkkta Ti tMft IMg

Sugar. February 18, 1855. 7 4t rUST received from New York and New Orleans, ICtL secUons in the said County. .:To lash the rascml naked through the world." lags Worsted Victorimfl, F'xikrds, MoUi Di tan*

Oflii1d & Is!. LH Carolina Cigars Brfure-ib door of the court House in the County of I have also many Patent. Sole Leather anti other Fancy Prints, L. a Hdkf, SmVd an* Mid 8lawb a

Attention, FarUerTTACHED 1 Bbl. Railroad Scotch Suuff, St. JibnWrf Saturday. the 13th day of May next, TRUNKS in which the difficulty is to find the keyhole Long Shawls, Brown Linen, W* Lroen.Matched*.d

NO.1 Maekpe1. Fulton M. fleet : A tomv" Llver3Stable. 5 Boxes Star Candles, alf UM 1** <* '*. D said County. several thieve having bung themselves in do- Bard Moslina Hewty .0.g Snirti cod V BMfttv Fine

Iterring. Pliiu HUlla ; I jfrBI/ cksmitU. shop, it;which all 2 Bbls. Dried Apples, Beinw the do.M- of the Court House in the County pair on account of it All these,and9, 9 other article, Bed and Crib Blankets, Negre do, Lmtjt,Qecmtia

I1rilJ) : I.rrin;. J'r"b 'J4Wfleu, flutter I I _.rr-,,_-,. 2 kinds of w(rk appeitaiuing to that bus 1 BU. Sperm Oil, of,Potnam on Tuesday the 16th day of May next all will be sold low to meet the exigencies the times Plaids and Stdp, TMkmg, Dwi.na, Miiala. K r-

r.timorl' n'l JIerz-ug. J.'rl.'tIh Country nut ; I Ip''tlgell i me 8 j is done, in good t'.Je. at short notice and on Mrea 10 Bbls. Extra Family Flour, the lAth sections in said County. and to doss out for an ntinr new stock expected bthe eyt, Osoabnrfs, Bak Rape aad i..tdWift
Salm"n. rillf "Miublfl terms 1 Bale Bseging Twine the door of the Court House in the County Telegraph about the foil of
Apple CL.t'IQ :: u at iur other sLop in the city.- JW iw' Sab-Marine next moon. W'WtSqtte .
.1)uttl: S.41HOtI, W" -prn ChfC6e I, Fitrming implements audi us Turn Plows, Scooters ALSO 10 Boxe No. 1 Brown Soap. nf On ng I.m Monday the 22d day of May next, all Apply to D. ,E. BULL. Snd U Clothes Bans

Cud J-.ii rlnnling lt Ouioll' S. M 1IIaal. Sala't otbiffi1.jj
i ili"AllIO'r6t I kept ready made and I A lot of Onions for balance ill three equal p. short notiee ;eta, Spoon']
Fruit. rrcsprr PidJes) 1 ccli1Ji) j I constantly oa hand. This 'Will afford Farmers an Superior G hen, cheap planting, Term"C ne fourth] Cash intereatmRdVan'e.the and reasonable Unoa. PuliticuuM who bav ".tipped RoU-rs, KNtrasr ttna,V
Cjj.F7'nt <
,. Irnuc. C"ICIJ& 'ltrinu, &., c1r: prH.rtutity supplying themselves without being Brown Sugar*, New Butter Syrup Molng atnnial instalments_ with .D.S. WALKER. the caller and broken the traces of party caned b is, ; Sticks. Rockroff Hocm, Hi-c.
/ .4 I"L I 7. ) flt'lIy('l P. R; BBOKAW. I ". fa agamID noime.Tallahassee. ic. A OTI; -
WJlIIj1\1 A SCOTT.: : For ache by ftA J. MERINNISS. Register fir Fublk Lands", State of florida. ?
Kbiuary II :i 1533. I
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A2.UK' 1 UKIIsII BALM.H 1AIUJIIISrS Furniture, Chairs, &o. New Fall and I' Winter-Good*. I ATTENTION LADIES. _.'C.v..r. .. I _4

._. -. -. W F. are now receiving frniiU E'Would again call the attention of our customer 1\ 6ESSRS BON A WHIT AltER ask les,. to NERVE AND BONE' .

CELEBRATED CiTHOLlCSl, : -. .. the Brig Asa Sawyer,and isWwill W and friends to our well selected stock of 1VJ. .rail your r attention to the elegant assortment of :
OF SUFFERING FEMALES. op m at nor Fumitn rooms M" Goods reciired; ft'aeiuo," and adapted to
FOR THE CURE per your HEAL ALL
FALL AND WINTER GOODS AND
a handsome anil! well trlevted stock of New York. sole use. PUIMONIC OIL

ITSTANDSpre-t'm. City made Furniture and Chairs, vis: which we art now receiving from New York and Baltimore .

H ,;': lb. tive powers in all the Mahogany Marble I Top.Secretaries and Plain and Sideboards Book Cases consisting in part of the following '% Edgings and Insertings. A SURE CURE FOP-cONs1tF.TION.!

\ diseases for which it is Centre nnd Sofa Tables GROCERIES. 50 p'cs Georgia Plain, SWISS Ed'ngs & Iiis'ng Maltese FxJj/ngs, T'IIE use of this..stl'lnndirlC I..inirtl

recommended, called Bureau, 20 Boxet Ko. 1 Soap. )VWaaliingtoo! Ker- N Valencine .1 tended with Unparalleled succta I 11..11.- .r-

'z:: POM AM; COM nsll"lnOOIl, 2 BuSH Washing ClDJ.t'.r" SmyrnaM Real co of Man or Horse.JW aU

PLAINTS. Mahogany Extension Tablet pound \24 pieces Brown Plains. Suxonv Smyrna Flouncing Jit..-It speedily eures P

: THE GREAT TURKISH I Of these are Prolapsus a' Breakfast M 40 Boxes Tobacco, of all'24" Plain and Plaid Blonde .1White Bums, kaIdi. Tenet,, ru. C.

REMEDY FOR BALDNESS, .. Uteri or Falling .4 Work qualities I Linsey.Imiwrial Wens Swellings Rising,. Sprains CuJ.

And in Ziuriforati&f aai Beautifying the Hair :p \" of the Womb; floor, sewood Centre, Work and Fancy Tables, Young hymn &)Aprc.naudFurniturcCh'ks Bates Goods. leers.. Scaldbead Sore TJiroafSalivai Oll .w

' ; or Whites;Chronic In. Mahogany Wardrobes, BlTi Teas. \10 Cot'n Osoabnrgs, CamUics, Swiss Muslins eury. Sure Mouth Neuralgia Pile, G"OIJd -
: a Toilet Article, for btryngand; keeping flamation and Ulceration I' Bedsteads Lemon A Rasberry Syrup.: 2" Strip'd da JACONET BooJr" Ear ache or deufnrsn.. b, filling the Ear It! "

AS bair eoft, glossy, aod in a !healthy condition it i i.un i. I\ of the Womb ; Incidental Toilet Tables. WliatiwtP, Bronze Haf-Raeks, Quartetts Rio Lnguirai JavaCoffee't and i BfD aad Dlcaeb'dl'ale Striped H Nainsook stopping it with wool or eottna ; Cri 1C 4

ualled. % It* positive qualities are as follows:- Hemorrhage. Basket Tables Music Stands High and Low Otard. Apple and Shirting.Am. FiK'dCol'd Curtain tI.e breast with the lniment. and adi
. lit It fret titf head from dandruff strengthens the Post Budstead.1 bc. Brandy, ,4,6,6. C find 10-4 hiroivnMtnona'Imla spoonful iuterually, with little .
or Fl"odin( Painful Sofas, Tete-a-tetes, to, Linen Buhop'a Lawa. a IIngarat.
a ; "d Bleach Sheet
t root health arid vigor to the circulation, aDd and Rectified' hag,
imparts hair color Suppressed, or Irregular Chairs of great variety, Bale Hr'n Cut'n Drill', -- P"ieTft-V foi'eongh. ', colds. AstLmaTpL'? I
the changing or getting Whiskev S1
prevents gray.d (. .
Carved nnd Plain Maimgnny locke, Goods.BLTv Consumption nud HenrW1'a
Menstruation &e.witb Mourning .
It cause the hair to curl l beautifully when clone > Jam. and Jf.. E. Rum sLinen Sheeting and Hllow sure cure *
up ia i it over night Tina balm i is made from the original nil their dceiuiip.iiiyiii. Chair a day anti 21with
nnd Oak !
the
no matter how 've'. or of bow long standing. Walnut. Maple, Rosewood '" CarollO"aod keep breast well
Turkish Hukin
receipt procured from the original Rockers Maderu nnd Port Wine .Mn : Bombnrines, Hair Crape, it. Pain of kind H
The Catholicon for Sewine Chair Misses and Children's
other any cannot exist
remedies in be.
f Cont'tlItinnple'hcre it is univci tally surpasses and Adan1ntJJne'" franklin Stnnca. Fig'd Silks French after thh
(physician) 41 Sperm ment las time to
: ing mnreoeitain, less rxponsivc. and len\inz the and Low Choirs '20 Bed and Mattrasa produce its effects. This
links have l be'n celebrated for system C.ul1t'I' l/c Watered do "
used. The English has
. always I in and Clinirs. &c.. Ar. \ completely
tatter condition. Let Nursery Refectory triumphed
a all over all JJnin
. : skill in the persons interested and, T'ckin' ?. Plain do .
Cheese
their wonderful compounding nl.hMt perfumes : in BERRY A KOWLKS. Rice. Vinegar, M'umg Sleeves ct Collars. Pam killers and Extractors .
nnJ nil toilet nrti In Turkey the aromatic such n medicine call and obtain a pamp ct. Butter ,Wlllte, Red, 'l ellow andCnm.ahcth. extant; and is a
other 1f. ton
used
(free) containing ample proof fro n highly respectable November 12. 1853. 45 > Green > by the Doctors in their practice A
is Flannel
1tb., uuiversully"known on 1 need comPrt.- sources of the liappy rwult of its u f. together with Wanted tied Blcachd and Br'u Cotton Vill':1tidlJ any person ofit.
, "lmOt letters Sugar. Emb'dU'dTffs. Ladies Hem Sfd only nod Talllf'.
from first class JTdTfr. a
JInCt.r >$C of bnldmn,. or thin head nf Iudl ii entirtty have used it in their experienced physicinus, 'III' DRY OR SALT HIDes for \\1lidl time Puwilrr in Keg, i Kegs 4)) Flannel, LADIES C'bric Tape Bordered F r hi, Ilorf.-lt inlllantJyeur.
practice, and from tllt'iro"'n 1000 Corks
ttnl-noirn in thai ccvnsyWe wi-b Lvt t>ne speak highest markei price will! bo paid by i Kogs, s500 Negro Blankets, Chaf*. Cut,.Wounds ,S cratt&si
olservati.qis.RcrEnEcr.aPrnf.. Splints.
trial to It nod of it ; that will do more to convince- O.,tolK-r 15. 1853. 41 HF.111 RUST. 2 doz. Canisters Powder, a.Calieoes, Satinetta and Ky Sprains Film of the Spavin Stifle,SwinZ,
of iu virtues than all the advertisement that cnn Dunlmr.) M. D, Baltimore ){(.; _- -,- -- -- article, J Jeans. Collars & Sleeves. eye. WbirlboDe ofanr 'int.-
superior Distemper. Stiffness
) you
, Lc published! and that all may be able to test iu virtues J. C. Orriek. M. D. iltiinore.. McU P. B. Peckbam. M. Administrator's Notice. Candy, Crackers, Mustard: W r'cs&ncy Tweed Cas- T1MBR'D Collars, En&roidered Sleeves, der. Big Head.! Foot or Evil)pa'nJ. kj.w.lr
.4 I D, { ,. Naval Galls Jr
tia. N. Y. D. Y. Fontc. M. D, Syracuse, N. Y. Sna k.
in Jivttlt at the low of > elmer, .L4 Mounting Lace
it the
; 'f I put up Lrp" price persons having claim agan-t: the relate of and Olliln, or sting of any thing.
M. 11. Iit" M. L.
D. N.
R-chestw. Y4 D.
bottle. the das the Flutning. ALL Yeu Matches Lia1ksCitton, Hose, of allsml Houiton Setts of Sleeves Ji Collars.
. tO cents per genuine O. MvLean.dccriisrd.Iatr 4>f Gadsdrii! County. -t Powders, DlJ CTIO .-For Jfan,First
M. D. Cunandaijun. N. Y. W. W. 1tt' M. D.. City nil
signature cf Comstock Brother ou the splendid : ( t' lniinitnit, I Pu-kl.-s. S Dualities, affected > 1rtttt
will them the with
d pr< ent to nndorrigiifd, part the liniment from
I of New Yoik, W. Precott. !1. D, Concord N. H. 3 to ft
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f'l l law ) will 1 be I 10 M Segars, .Gentlemen's! Cot n | Hose Silks et cetera. rIa t|
';: '.t (Tapper. Pamphlets! cain l be had gratis at the drug Stores of within time time pwserilwd by or they superior keeping a woolen cover over it. In !
MARRIED.-" n nrrrrm. AND barred lid all indebted said A ISO, a general J'IOI'tof all qualities.men burns lint ueers sal
l"uH TiE T the ; t following Agents. rub
: a command that should he checrftillv to make i inimeihiateir. of Iron and Ste -. ,Also, Iamb's Wool and affected. For $ and tbe
pnvment M.irct-lline! Silks
BIMk" piles sore of
J' PALMER ct eyes ji
BROTHER. Monticello euurse
tie
.1".K. obeyed by the children of men. DILLARZETTE'S SAMUEL ALEXANDER H GREGORY.( A1.SO. an assortment 'f' Cr.untry Made Hose, l-"l"ren"e" Crape Liessee.Bl'k ment applied without the eoverand ins |

.g: JUNO CORDAL nr Prowative Elixir prescribed D. II. AMES.PULESTON Tallahassee, do. February 11, l 15I. 6 Sw ArfmiiUstrator.St.tpc Stvldli-rv. consisting of La.lirs, Shawls, Gloves at Fi:(J" Tarletons a !'d Col>. give freely internally. &. fc,_

I A an in coses of dl.bitv, impo ABEL ct OnIFFI - I5ii.ll.-s.Sad.llcs. )iIi; rtiim- lltiinets. Bl'k Wat'd White Silk Illusion, F; r the IIH*".-Knb well 2 cr 6 times
barrenness and all nature. Apnlachicola. Goods. gales! nnd liitts.Br'i Bl'k. and Col'd lax affected a far,fa
; tencr, or Irregularities Stirrups Urucade" Bl'k. part. without cover, in
DR. R.
It is'all that professes to be, viz : Nature's great A. nREXLE Alligator. TT'ENTUCKY Baggiic- S-nthem Lowe Os1/gfl, Thread I ounds. For except spani, tttiir
i White Wat'd Blonde Nett : Distemper, rub the forehead
.tj 1 IBtl' r trt.ivt.; remedy for those in the married slate CzT Letter addressed to Messrs. Beach ct Brow'nson. IV (hinny Cloth, Y n'seliiss DRY GOODS. Spout Kn'itting and Work- int(. the nostril ,sadimmjstMannfnctmiretj

: without off'pring. It is a certain cure for seminal' c- A .nt. at Newberry C. H S. C., by Ittv. Re.. C. liale Rope. Yjr inili'. 60 pieccn Georgia; Kersey s, ing Cotton, by I. Henderson for
Ribbons & R.MHOS
of the S. Beard, of same State. Cotton tt Manilla 3-1 7 8 AV 4-4 Shirting, Trimmings. ,
inissiou. general dehility.glcet,wcnkotP genital Ropes TogelluT with a variety of other articles, all of which PriVn 50 cents. Fartnerville
l. organs, nervous arT.'Ction, leuconhoea or white As GLENN Srruxcs Jan. 9. 1853. Negro Mlankets, 4.4 C 4 A 12-4 f>ltou and 1\e will fell 4>n us reasonable tern as any other BONNET & Sash Rih'us. Black Silk Fringes, ,I I ILLL d )3IARSJLtLL Fort Gaines.. Gee ,.

a medicine it is UOl-UIUP Al" a certain Messrs. BEACH & Baow.va-Sias: I stud for an- Miicinaw do Ijncn Shtioj H-use in the citHEIR A RUST. it Satin" Zephyr Worsted, for the States of Georgia, Alabama, and IW
I.S inviratb for incipient consumption iiidigc!ti"l u'llt'rttle of jour "- M.ticliiM Uterine Catholicon." GrcvSiuIdle Blankets, Choctaw Stripes.Wn October 15, lb >3. 41 Velvet Clip ct Bell Worsted nrndjn ". BAR ARD. TaJlalwHsw. JOHN JORDAN Florida I

. loss of mu;cnlar energy physical! Ia'siude, female 1 My wife has been afflicted for eleven years and a v- ( White Cordmille Plains, ---- Silk Brai.ls! assorted, White
.t weakness, debility, te. It is warranted t'> ph-ase the riety of menus has been icsortcd to for relief but n"ni 3 1-4 U ninn" I..fIwtI Hats & Caps. White Silk Fringes, Snake Cord tt Tapts. IRIFFIN, Apaiaciiic i Baiubridje; ABEIL *

'i. i user in any of the above complaints and i is of price- I was taincd until I rewivrd this medicine fr m yon 0-4 Heavy bed Linen Oinalnirgs, 1 I TESTIMONIALS.Uniou .
are Just receiving
those offspring.CAVTIOX Its influence seemed 9 4 Wyoming Shirtings, A iF. a large stocky Gloves & Mitts.
value almost Whitney
! loss t \ItIOUt! magical ; there was a \ from New York, which he will sell I Il !
EXTRA.- the name of Comstock manifest from the Marlboro Stripes .t Plaids.Putnam ** Parish La, Oct. !O. 18M.
'. improvement day it taken.
J was l luv. ,'d Kid Gloves
HEIR A and colored DEAlt SIR
RUST. a I
!It!..il Brother on the vrappir and nrctr l>vy it unless you As there are a great many females! in our country Wide Chambray Stripes, Slaters Bro. Drill, Oetohcrl5,1853. 41 ,I J//ifs'. _( !.ts f LADIES .. w Silk .. I: in cures,- raid am to greatly b. opposed to giving Usfmoniids -

l find the n1ve name; as it has 1t0 :ltrjrtl counter laboring under the affliction fur which your medicine Comm'I Plaid Linsey, Naumkeag :, a' Beaver a. I icines ; but in the performed 1r. by patent mi
fritt d of latt. Avoid the as you would proposes a remedy, I feel it a duty to recommend i ito Super Aj-ron Checks, WATCHES, CLOCKS, AND JEWELRY. Cashmere ** Nerve and Bone c '" of } Boseraan, who .
\ M poiUon.GEORGE'S. nil such. CLOUOHS. BEARD.J. Wtc Rock Ur.en" --- a' Buck Gauntletts your Liniment on a long standing
cerous sore leg. I
HONDURAS SARSAPARILLA B. MAHC-IUSI tt Co.. Gala W. Clains am compelled in common fiscal
. d' Proprietor Central Depot, 304 TOWLE & MYERS a BlTc Silk Mitts, to make attestation to the ? !
. tt, EXTRACT, For.the cure of those (h5at arising Broadway, New-York. Plain Linsey, J.i ht. now receiving and have on U Worsted medicine. I am the merits ofsochaninvaluaM
', from an impure elate of the blood, such as Scrofula, January: 14, J 84. 2 6m Green Baize, Furniture ARE their Fall supply of O"tn1..r !. lS3. 4 was a more of anxious to do this as tW !
person patient
'f; .tubbr ulcers, skin dieflel pimples on the face, -- Brown Glasgow Stripes, Buckeye Chambray, -GOODS to whkh they would re- iiiting jnstly named my**heal owns and* previously It
your
all
. and At a \ LARGE LOT "f TOBACCO. SEGAL'S/ White Doni. Flannel, tJreen Tweeds, Mines Lc. on Lie .aea4
complaints
41 fClnle irrigularities Jc gen'rat upectfully call the attention of the public Syrups, used all remedies
" ,. .: t tII..I -<..l.| ..... IIODOKlSSi SCOTTS. W 0..1" Gold Medal" : usually adopted i in suchrfs. b
1! 1 I. tmit t/I"IJlo"lftJt fy>t,,i1 unequal d. November Gold Hunting Levers by Tobia Otard Brandy, Fresh Date., .1 short time after using your liniment he wa.
This us a cure .Ir all diseas 19, 1858. 40 4 4 Ballard: Vat Welsh Flannels.! aa aa OLD jurfa.
tedicio E. Johnson I and
c.r Port, Iv permanently cureiL His
Claret. i.
t those from blood. Cadet Und. Jeans Red & Or.inge Hannels! leg BOW as Umi
es. but for impure II n's \
merely Josh. it
Bends and Liabilities( of the Excels! Twi.Ied J Gauze Johnson Madeira Old Port Juice, ever was. Irs. &e.B..B. WJf8T..i
It of rvac no.vDtius KARSArxniLLA combined luion Bank "r
;; il conifiofed Gent'emen's Open Dial Gold Levers.
Sherry, Cider
litr..rI" Linen Crash Sparkling TO THE PUBLIC.Farmerville .
fB': with other purely vtgelblf substance of acknowledged FORsalaby C.-A. COE. M"M Ladies Gild Hunting Levers,by Arnold.Davis&Co. London Portf'r'C.tch Ale,
$ efficacy, nud Ianurlctuted'ih the 6 Stone Street, New York. Blue 12-4 Hamilton: Sheeting, aa a i C. >per A Co, l'ramy! Peaches, Cherries Union Parish. La, March II, IHl
Brandy ,
t. .! great'tt are, every pound of : being December'. !:3. 50 tf Shaded! I/iui iana u Watches of all descriptions, "Ra.r-berry Syrup, Sardines; To the Editors of the New Orleans Delta:
J \ subjected: to the strictest chemical tests, and its genuineness Merino Engh-h: Family *. Silver Hunting Levers. GcutlemtnW e wish through your valnablsjssf.
Strawberry Fresh Lobster
; n&CerUiiutd need and it contains ArkwrightD'k G'nJwns, 4-4 Cal.i! naT, to express to the
L j llf"rt being ; Notice. Silver Hunting Anrlior. Lepines, and common L.mIlD" Shnd. public voluntarily sinss.(
n.) C. WILSON.Nov. the value mimic
times much Pure Honduras Sarsaparilla as Bright of the greatest diseovsVies
tn as
;& ,.. any Watches, and Marble Mantle Clocks.JIWELRY. : Ginger Ia Salmon .tth.p. I
,
other erf r offer dfor rah. SIX months! from date, the undersigned Executor of &, 1S53. 44 Pire viz: DR. I.T.HENDERSON'SMrw .ntllJ.
We have'cndeavored. in Geor e' Hopdurns S.ir apirilla last Will and Testament of JuliD Islf'r"I"I.'l'/II'd. Apple Clams. Linnnint Heal all, and Pulwonic Oil.

: to give t> the public n Jlcdicinc! which can be late of Leon County, will present his final accounts NEW FAirANFwiNTER"6p8\ Fine Gold Cliatalain Chain Bracelets finr CoraL I Gauva Crrrant Jelly du.'a! Preserved Quinres Although we are not advocates of the W of pa

depended upon to do for them (in the elasofdietes:1p aud vouchers to the Jud;eof Pi olwte) for Leon Count" r"T'IK g u'jdersineil brg I'to amouiire to his ca!toJ. Pearl nnd Gold Bo"oin Pinn. Ear mn !. CulT Pins, arklnig Gelatine Tamarinds Peaches, tent quack medicines which now flood I tae COtmtn,',*

to ", iti* adapted:1) that Medicine can do; und and ask f'r a discharge. J. S.ISLER, Executor. ntrs and the public that he ha ju't received by Cuff Buttons and Finger Ifings: Gentlemen's Gold Fl. vorinj Extracts,, think it but an act of sheer justice to toe inventor tWof

tT confident that we La\\ we 8f'e leave it to the Januaiy 21, lt>M._ _Cm.. __ ___ 3Administrator's all the] recent arrival*, and i ii now ..jM-tiing one of the Fob Vent and Guard Chains. Sca].. Huckl( and Ya Powders, Spiff"Pickles. u'e to tbe public. to el.eerfnlTy and voluntarily,
'\ god common PEXFE of the penple to decide BETWEEN -- u. mofct extensive, varied rnd cIOI'jit nMortment of K.-ys. (JoliI Thimble, (1.I.j Pen and Pencil C'a'e!. I (;orn Starch, Salad Oil from our own personal ktniwledge of the above BI*&

t, an extract of the Jl'RF nOSDIlA SARSAPARILLA and Notice. GOODS ever brought) to this niaikrt.; all of which are Tooth Picks, Gold Pens Gol.l and Silver SpcctariDouble -". : Olives, tire, [and which have been attested by numeroas ttsituble -

. .. the many ttrI1'as Extract of f uw/MtVs commonSnrtap'iriUn -'IX irouths from date tie! undersigned! Adminiatra offered on the most reasonable ternn, An.l for Cash. Eyed Silver Sportncles Silver lid 1 Pearl Sauce, Capers.Worcestershire Cocoa.EnglM. witnei>srs.l to fay that.used internally. it is&I

l .. now sold. Then h not dti\'t,1 Re-. O tA'r on the ,.tate .>f Mary Ii-lor. deceased lute of he will not be un'lersold bv any lK \'e in this eitv.N..veinber5 C.xr.l C'fp-t, Silver nnd Inl.iid Porte Monnic; Poq'iet :! Mustard! D. H. AMIS. of tIe, best medicines for diseases of the lungs sad
Leon 1 Holdt-r,, Fiin" Papier Ncache JJcI'b.l'flrt Folios and fr'-m long ol-servation. know it is the best
will 44'
! .0rtGFORGE'SnONDURASSARSAI'AJLLA County present his final account and vouchers 1 85:. D. ( WILSON' December 24. 1853. 61 remedy a-
i / to the Judge of Probate f-T Ion County, and ask -- -- Album Flowr Y:""l'", Toa Tray.s. Girandoles, Pur- ---.. tant used externally for man or beast in tie tut if
iL TO'ou11 L.IlES.-You" who wish a bcnutfnl for n discharge. J. S. ISLER, Administrator. Dress Goods. lor and Pasmv.: ; I.ainps. (;I.\,-* and Chimneys, Feather FRESH ARD N SEEDS, : those diseases fcr which it is advertised.Dr. .

el'ar skin, free from all pimples, blotches. end impurities January 21, 1851. Cui. 3 STAPLE anal Fancy Silks Cl'i' !fcr Table Mats, Pocket Coinpav"-", Sur- GnoTVTH OF 185u. M. D. Msyes testimonial will rcrffser ertivisi

.'(' 1 we wr, abandon the use <>f paints and mixtures, EnglMiFlorence: "f'ynrChains, one Field Cl'mpl\"slloUle, Tea, and :Flat r.nv one of its wsperxwtv in th cure ofComvustMr
Baga, TurnipCabbage.TUvts.ic. just
and George's Honduras and Marcclline Silks Hand Bell RUT T.'M. HAND. Simeril:. l.'f. BARTON. Clerk.
: r tjc.genuine Snrsparia Notice.S D. II.AMES.
li: It complexion by removing every par. Silk Tissue (aC".rr.I) SIIA'BU AND PLATED WATIT. Dev'pmabpr "4. t";:. 51 It ELLIS. Recorder, S. C. DA VIP. Af'MJP.
from the blood IX months after date, I shall final and I f N. 3L UK VAN. W.CILVF.Rflotjsgj1
I.ti tide of morbid or disca ed matter : present my no- Worsted Briages, Silver Table, Dessert, and Tea Spoons. Butter :
;; making it f Mir, filthy and tiyorunt, and changing ., fount aii'J vo'.tbei to the 1J..II..raL1..Ju.! ,.f f Pio- I1'ri1"'e Roll, Knives and Silver Cups. Plated Tea Set, Basket. AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO. I J. W.llGTlISAXCI H. llUTHJTASCE 1&
.J the yellow Rht l 3.irk couiteuancc to tho bloom and bate J.-Tf-jioii) County, us executor 4 f P.ml Din "-r. Evening Dre. l.A, (assortd) stniMm
}, cwotorlr m-. Fruit Sian-ls Waiter*. Bitter Di h'sall,1 undersigned. Agent of the above Company.
late of R;.i : I fi-esfincss *if 'uutb. a Figure-l Poplin Dresses, Candle! Stirk. Silver Plnteo.lJ'orks, Table, Dessert receive applications for and make insznumeemaint Fd.llulH
This medicine i,put up in large bottle",one of which, i and disc-harp- sr.ch: ,-cuti.r. JOHN ULMI3R.Jeflerrou Checked La iklvudeie UoU't, and T<.: Spoons. 1 loss by Fire. on Brick and Frame Buildings 19. ::zs. 7 1,
I is fQiml to fix j of ullier rver' made.CAITIOX. Coun!!. IVb. 4, 1854. 5Administrator's Striped .
,1\ re VIBTUC, any Fiue Double! Barrelled Guns, Shot Touched. and Furniture, Merchandize, ; .-1 m.1 the name of C<,ni8ted and Cheeked Tertian Cloths, Powder Flayk. Englnh Caps. Gun Wa K Cleaning .Titnnoi-2!> l"!.r 4 B C. LEWI DR. I. T. HENDERSON,

!;; n the wrapper and you will get the genuing George'sHonduras Notice. Cashmeres and Meriuix-s, Rods fine Table Cutlcrv, with or without Forks, Carvers ? TOW the most successful scientific praetitio

::. r r-apaiilfa.: A LL persons havingany demands against the estates Opera| Flamii 1*. fine porkK Cutftry of all descriptions fine, PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY I .1. l the western country. for tbe cur of any kind .

;.t'! All ..rd -m mutt l) directed to COMSTOCK & j JL' V. of O. E. Farmer amid G. R. Furmer. (deceased are Checked inj Plaid Cli>aking, Sci" ors niid Shears Walking Canes. Acc.irilians. HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT, character of Cbronie dwnses, to wit: Cancer. Serf

I ; BROTH ERS, No. 2 St. Pt-terV Place (rear of Asttr1Inse hereby called upon to present them without delay to I'idiH Cloths, (assorted) Flutes, \ "l'n". Yiolcn I5ow, Violcn and Guitar ula. Fungus. St'rrieu8 n"'f'F\t C n. p4>Npus, and Citfstaiwou -
Stock
,) New York lice H ptr bottle, or six bottles the undersigned adtninistr.iturs and all (creditors I legatees Italian Cloth, String Razor. Razor Strop". Lubin's Extracts, Co Capital 8300.0CO eruptions of any portion r>f the bndy bfitb'

:: for ?5. and persons entitled! distribution in said etat.s t Bomli.-.zints and Alpncc, (assorted) logne. Lavender, Brown Windsor and Yankee Sha- rpHE undersigned. Agent of the above Company er with all intuner of/ Chronic Disesses or G n nlD*>

iJ4 Sold only in Tnllahnssee by F.DWMtD P will take notice that their claims and demand* will l be MIIl1i1l8. (ns ortcd) virg. Soaps. October 30, 1"52. 45 -L is prepared to take ri ks :% ain t Fire fin buildings bility and ctmstitatkiial Derai'gement; also saOtt

NAUD, ,J.lm"un 1 7bnmum. D. .1. Dickeubou, B.iisibridge, and by c Dean unless exhibited within the same. (assorted) In District Court of the United States I F. H. FLAGG. Agent. l of mon. and those peculiar to *ouiaa; Also .Wr

;& 41 in (every town. WS.MCnnAY. Faury Prints, Fnr the Northern District of Florida. Tal1/1ba. November 5. 1R53. 44 successful ctirer of Consumption, and all tit MM
Oct 0wr 15. 1853. 41 f\Y JAS. P. FARMER Twilfed IVrs-inn Prints, Pulmonary Diseases. Can be consulted by .. win
''ic January, 2 1 1654.. Sw 3 Administrator*. Ginghams: (assorted) D. C. WILSON. AT CHAMBERS. JAN, 25.1854.-It is hereby or.tn.,1 .u.o.ll oil'CUil CoUTt. person at Fort Gaines. Geo
:' Notce. ------ -- --- --- NovemU-r. .', lh.::. 44_._ that the Term of the said Court appointedby ;lwge N. Heir & James S. Rust 1 BILLvs. TESTIMONIALS.LOCISVILLE .
AVING obtained administration (10 the Bounty Land Warrants -- --- Hats- and-- ---Caps.- law t.> l he held on the.first Monday in January For foreclosure of Ky. Angust '. 134L.

J"1 I H ofjamesV. Stiange! this in to notify all Ji" :OUGllT at the kiiicl price, and prl'lIrl'fl. and heretofore adjourned to the first Monday in February William A. J. Wright ) Mortgage.T Dr. Henderson. 1 must army contrary to all np ltion. >

persons ebtltt httlding claims against 6all estate to piesent' n J3 for thoe who have not been able to f''Itaht1 Ail FAShIONABLE Imp. Moleskin.. Hats... next, be amid the sam u hereby further poet- appearing to the Court by affidavit Bind in thU ton have completely cured my ister of tM C.

t1 them, legally kthfltilter within the time prescribed lish their obims. If any have rcee-fed a less 4 a. ]ionci| and adjourned to the fourth Monday ((27th cause, that the above named defendant resides out car of her breast and Mrs. C-. of the Porrfs
t fj' :J;. by law or this ) "m he plead in bar of their amount than they were entitled to. l lt me know it.- Black" C.isMinere Citizen's day) March next, at which time thu same will f the State or Florida but in the United States, of tie nose the other directions in the various ""

:: final E. S. SHEPPARD, Arn Having had fuuitM-n yearn exjwiicnce in the prosecution Beaver,. elarendou be held, ht the Capitol in Tallahassee. It iw Onl'nd. That the said defendant do appear m.nt of Chronic Disease has proved tetttr tbusiT
U recovery. I'
; ,January ?. 1854. 1 8w and settling Government dRimI undei''tand soft I. II. BRONSON, Judge. : md answer the Bill cf Complaint filed iu this l.'all ,.1 thing I have ever met with in my 25 years iovntis*

f fully the ways and means of getting through the various Otter' brush Jaiunry 28. 1854. 4 4t I lilhin! four mouths from the dateof the publication of tion and practice.

ri.:i'. Notice. Depniimtnts: at WB'hill ttJlI. I have in my (":.I Kin.tr. 111)1.oul" N PREMIUM COTTON GINS. : il.is 4'nler. 4 therwi the aid bill will be taken for Yours, Rts pt ctfnlly. T. A. HOBBS JL R

+1 peron'lJlvmg claims agalitthp estate of poswMon i f'ctll'd"idt'n'e 4>f2C:: Horida, 87 Ala- nfesed : Provided.That a copy of this ordei be pub- I FARMEKVII.LE LA. November 1$. JWL
itl. ; ALL 1 Thompson, deceased, late of Leon Lam. 1 120 Georgia, bt>fii.lf.w South Carolina and Tenmssee Drab sqr crown .a. ET. TAYLOR CO.. Proprietors of the: Co- I.i i..lwtl l in some newspaper published in Tallahassee Dr. end(''n. the medicine prepared V'-

: ; County, will present them to the undersigned; Admin Muster Rolls 4>f J JMT/IIS engaged iu the Florida' l'earlft U ;. : 4C.lhn(1I Mai-uUctor\ha\ethe the .iti I once a week for the tiwce of four months. mother in Ipw. Mr..Htolldri<'s. foi Cancer m the tresd
;.i ; htrator within the time prescribed by law or they, mil War. If)C'U have any Quaitcr iLister, IVusion or CnsRimereDnib I i i'aciionln3nOlJuncc' to their patrons and the'Plan. J. WAYLES BAKER. Ju hesitancy in *svii f t.the
Moleskiu a
' $ be barred ; and all indebted to said estate are reques Bounty and Claims, call in. No charge, if I obtain) :, N tern generally, throughout (the Cotton growing region AT rHAMBFR OcN-lwr 11. 1S5. 45 4m world as I have said to you that in many years txjxricnc -
:.t: Ud to mike pavm.'nt immediately. DO money. C. H. BLOOD.N. "\ S ; thai they ale prepared to supply any number iu the wet.-ru country and acquainted with tilt
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:; JACOB ELIOT, Administrator. B. Persons with unsettled huaincss connected Engli Drab Leaver of their celebrated PR EMIt'J\I GIMS. Middle Circuit of Florida. Scientific Practitioners you are the very bert II
I S-.ftWo! a Where these Gins have been once used, it would Chronic Diseases I met with read after.
.' DM. 34, ISSa. 8w 61 with the late t'l\taLli4hmtot are alo invited to call ever or
7,;;! :' Ni>vi>tnber5.\ 18&3. 44 Cm Ca'simere. black and drab be deemed unnt'cessar'lor the ManulacMnerttosay IX LEON CIRCUIT COURT. Yours. 1C'I eetflllly. B. B. WESTM..

k Executors' Notice. --- -- .Children's hanrs and feathers, a word in I hei r layer, as t they l l.el confident t ih. machine Joseph B. Batchelor, TO Spg.T"rm 1S53. Attachment i NEW Or.trxy LA, Angcst 7.IUt

7.i mouths afterdate. twit: on Friday the 21st Hardware.MILL Heavy wool hat for Negroes, !* have been brought to such perfection. I hat v*. in Debt. Amount Dear Sir: Your medicines and directions b tit

: SIX of July next, I sh\l pre ent to time Coin of SAWS, Screws. Brads and Tacks, Gents" plail.and Boy* cloth- caps.. their superior[ perlormance will recommend them, James II. Branch ct } sworn to ?1U24 CO. capes of Ulcers te, d(. have all 'severally been sue
account nnel'' Well Wheels. in I1rf'f..re'IC'f'IJallothf'riutnnw in u<". For the Joseph Branch. I. trifd and find them t
\W. Probate, for the County Gadsden. my Men aunt l cefully 1-y me, entirely j.Ls
1 S: voucher as Executor of the Estate. of Ileulwn. U. Hicks, I Hand saws, aesom ted, Fancy Bellows, LeatherNov. Hoys glazed I. satisfaction tit l thor* who hv not mmed I lime Gin= Defendant and all others will take notice rf f.ictorrj: and believe your cistern better tlan< Hf

. f! deceased. and apply to the Judge of .iid C.urt fo a Saw 1 Knives. Smith's Bellows! 5. 1RS3.; 44 I). C. WII'ON. and areiinacqtisintfd \\ ith that I heir the reputation FIH-T r I the Proprietors TilE institution of the above suit by attachment with wlik'h have ever com aerws.Yours. .

fiual discharge: uf which nil parties: 'i Carpenter's Planes, asa. Knives and Folks, -- ---- .---- nee t only say, I'rcmitims and are hereby notified to appear and plead to the' Respectfully. T. C.MrFA{ RLIJT. M.R
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awarded them for the .
1lf to BEST:
. pleue take notice. P.URWKLL B WILKE Spirit Levels, Boxwood! Rules, Fire and Marine Insurance. have hern Stale Fair held GIN ex. declaration according to the rules *>f the court. Any amount ,>f tt'.imt'nii cnn le seen b, etl&
Ilac A lantj
1. "I Executor uf It B. llk dle..e. Wrenches, Otter and Muskrat Traps. hibited I great al Georgia HUGH ARCHER Jr., Clerk. on the under!igned. le flutters bin>sejf in ps.a.esiilU

; January 21, ISM. Cm._ __ _ Axes and Hatchets, Shears and :d: Clr". THE Savannah Mutual Insurance Company hay I ; al-io, at the Alabama)and Georgia Agricultuialand November 2&, 18)3. 47 3m of a dt'cillffi! knowledge arising 'ran, ten'jear* ewj
I"airhE'ld Columbus
':: I Framing ct Tenant: Saws Coin.it Rosewood Gauges, cstubli-hed an Agency in this City, will Mechanic's at ; and at the practice observation and experience in the West attbe
: : At Chambers. Bench and Hand Vices, Patent Axle Pullies, take Fire amid Marine risks on the mo-t favorable annual Fair of the South Carolina Institute, at Tax Collector's Sale. Hospitals of New Orleans. His systrm. five*bata

t k t Strong, ) Plate and Rim Locks, Files and Rasps, terms. Apply to THO. J. PERKINS, Agent. Charleston. The Cotton ginned on thrxr Gin re- little haiti fond seldom ever nice tlie kmfr. and wl*

' t*. .1} Bill! for Diverse.GurisUoa Padlocks, Augurs nnd gimlets, January 14, 1851. 2 9m reived the first t Premiums at the exhibition held in BY virtue of authority in me vested by law I Lave compelled only ti> a linn'red extent, remedies sowtluat
."t J B. ) Chisel and Gouges, Sled Squares Charleston.South Carolina,mmna, .i every Fair where levied upon and \iill expose for !sale {>ie the iusteadofirritatintr.REFERENCES..
Clri.tp11tr Ston; Braces and Ditto Ualanccs Metallic Burial Cases. samples Cotton from t them have been exhibited. Court House in the town of Quiney.Gad (!.n County ton .
Spring and Steel-
flt ni; bl1liug filed in this ease, and proof having The Propiietotshave in (heir possessionnumerou third in the following de-j f
the Monday April next
" JL me. that said defendant resides Callipers and Compasses, yards, GOT. JOSEPH WALKIO. Foi-Gov. IRAAC JoH 2fcHox.
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'' t the rn State bfoe It is ordered that a Lear-: Screw Plates. Hummers and Claw cerlificatesfrom Planter" Cotton Brokers, Commission scribed property or so much thereof aa will pay the S. W. Dow ". I). SOULE. U.S. Senators frvmla.Professors .
J out of ( : M.rC'h:1ntll.and Manufacturers the
r : 01| Cotton Taxes due thereon for
: State and year
Stocks and Dies, Hatchets, County Srosr HARRISON. HCSTKK of N. 0. la
caid bill the 4th
in ;
1..ejr ing be had on the fact charged on Good testifying that the performance 0Ih/ Gins incident thereto, twit >
and the
Monday in Match next, at the Court Hon!e iu Tallaliassee Chains of all kinds, Mason Trots ci,, rt i 43r and t the sample produce! by them, cannot be excelled 1853, necessary expenses t CARTnicHT. Do-wsra. cud HtM>tB ox. of N.a"February

I'I It;t ; provided that of 1 this copy Stole)' of Ibis for order the b published of three Nails Cutlery and, Iron all sites, Auvils Shoe!Knives, etc.. etc.and Pincers, j.j uuddsigucd keeps constantly on hand vari- by any Gin ever manufjctured. Two: hundred and ten acres of land, t lying on Flat 19.1853. 7 Ij--

rl't' in some D"ppr space Butts and Hinges. pus sizes of the Patent Metallic Burial Cases All orders for Gins, given either in onr travelling Creek, belougiujf to Robert Jimernon. MCLEAN Notice. -
: 1t months, A > efore the day appointed for said mentioned in the certificate.J. or local Aj enlj, or tnrwartedtothe t Proprietor bmaiiwihl ) HUGH O. ,
J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge. Together with a large supply of Groceries. Crockery accompanying will make Cash MIlICI C.
Advances
.: receive for Gadsuen County. \\7Tcl on Sea
, t always attention. Gins Collector
. l.rill. A. EDMONDSOX. prompt Tax
and Glass Ware and \V
ooden Ware, Oils Paints V If
Hr &acun. Ma-ssrs.James GadMlen C*
t ton to
f."?: :- c"I will be sent to any part of the country, and war October 15. 1853. 41 6m consigned .
: -, '. I If _nl By..JODI R.LLOTP, D. C.Sheriff's Drugs fc. Also Hosiery, and a full assortment of ranted to eivp satisfaction. of Charleston, io those of our friend who wish to tr1
:r1''. __ fancy articles. I). C. WILSON. WASHINGTON, April 6th.MKMB Tax Collector's Sale. that market. J. GF.O. ANDERSON A CX(
' Novembers 1833. FHK ANT RxTuoxtt, JOS. L III1TON. Agent, Tallahassee. (
111. Sale, 44 Gr.NTLT.fF.s-We witnessed the utility of' your ornamental Columbus. March 20. J 852. II Iv BY virtue of the power vested in m*by law, I shall October 15. 1853. 41 8m [SentineL_ r

;:i First Monday in March, 1854. Boots and Shoes.fIME Patent Metallic Burial Cn""." used"to convey e for sale before the Court Howe at Quinn -
fieri facias fcrved from the the remains of th*> late Hon.John C. Calhoun to CROCKERYGLASS and STONE WARE, in the County of Gndsden, on the third Monday inApril Notice
.9 BY virtue of a wnt of 'S superior Calf Sewed Boots, (ass't) the Congressional which with HEIR 4 RUST. next, the following described property or"so Acminisnt! *
Cemetery, given that time subscriber
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court for the impressed us hereby ,
Kip pegged October 15, 18:3. will the State and IS *
Oft the belief that it i il the lioA 41Gwynnc's much thereof as pay C.'unty.TIIX ""
$1 I/Hin, in tl.e Middle Circuit of Florida, and -I article known to ua for of time Estate of Thomas J. Heir late if Jt<
. County Boys transporting the dead to their final due thereon for the year 1853, and the necessary ex- date!
Seatm Grantland i is Mnmtifi; In,1 J. Jtddiecui't Men's and BOfS calf stitched Brogans, restingplace.With wit County, deceased will. sixjiuinths after
1 1hurea. of Hector W. Braden, i is defendant 4' "" recpect we sub.'crilC ourselves Yours, Ac, I Centrifugal Pump. pauses incident thereto to : apply t<> tlio Hon. Judge of Probate of Ji ,
Drd n adliuitratll kip pegged H. Clay, D. R. Five hundred and sixty-one acres of land. lying on AdniinistrsU'0t'eu
rf fieri facias issued Atcbiu, Jeff. Davis. for discharge i from
writ County a J1l
; ; and of another calf half Boots, FOURTHS of the FIRST COST and Catlin.
.r L. S.
Lewis Cass, A. C. Rock Creek, purporting to belong to
William A. Stewart is Greene, W. It. King, said estate. W. S. DII
wherein J-
v4. from the name Court Goat Brogans, large sums annually for repairs saved to all who HUGH O. MeLEAN \f01.
I). S. Dickinson Dan.
; plaintiff against the same defendaut I but levied and Morocco Slippers, Webster Henry Dot'ge, purchase the above ; which for Economy. Durability Jefferson County.Decembers. 1853. :
" up J. M. Mason, J. M. Berrien Tax Collector for Gad drn County.
,: : on and will f"'r (al... before the Court and Boys sewed calf Brogans, W. P. Mangum.October and Power stand unrivalled in the World I The attention October 15.1853. 41 6m Notice. -
Ir tXpt 1. 1RS3. .
! J do<-riii the T.llitha iK'e, f I Monday the 6th LADIES Black Patent Gaiters, 39, tf of PLANTERS is especially called to ita efficacy '

,$&1 day clf March next, within Ifa hur the equity,of M Lusting tip Copper Tin and SheetIronMANUFACTORY. fur Drainage. It Is a perfect safeguard against Fancy Goods. SIX months after date, the raulersiffned 'i'
redemption oftheUte '' Kid, Morocco and calf Bootefc, the ill effects on Cotton and other plantations of the of the Estate 4if Alexander Ht'lId", .
I in and to the following dtcribrd property, to-wit: Kid tics, Buskins and Clippers, destructive rains of the Southern climate. Mud,grav- UTE are now receiving fn>m New York LADIES late of Gadsden County, Fhirida will prev.J**
.. The W |, the S E i, the E \ N E J. and the W i Colored and other substances do not injure it It i ia adapted -I V y FANCY DRESS GOODS Ribbons, Bonnets account and vouchers to the Hon.Judge of

NEofSeel3andtheE1SE1ofSee12TI, Misses Lusting Gaiters, i Subscribers iLfomi the citizens of Tat.I for Steamers, Manufactories, Mines, Fire Engines, Gloves, Veils, Mantilhs, Capes and Collar., with a said County and ask to be dischnrifed. _.w1\&

R J. N nod E. Slippers and Bootees, and a general assortment I JTHZ : and the surrounding country.-that Water work for large Cities and all situations requiring variety of other Fancy Article,too numerous to men- GEORGE.IJAjP"'I
TheWkSW1WU'INE0tNW 1 t.E of Children's and Servant's shoes. now prepared to fumi.b.eustont'rs powerful pumps. Sizes of 25 gallons to 100,000 tion. ,HEIR 4. RUST. 'I September 10. 1853.. Xft'Notice. 1M

4 i of S W i. W \ of S E 4, W i N R 1. and the S E Nov. 6, 18GI. 44 D. 0. WILSON. with all kinds of ware, wholesale and retail, in their gallons per minute capacity kept on hand by UNION October 15. 1S5 41Coroner's IiI
4 of If W J of Sec 1 e. and K i of 8 W J and the 8 line business. ,. ,faI. T I POWER COMPANY of U. S., 24 Broadway, New Sale. .

W of N W 4ofSic7loTl, B 8, N and E. Sheriff1 Sale. The Subscribers call the attention of the public \ork. 1II1.
The See tl. Sec !!. x) the E&ofSEofSee their assortment of Parlor, Cooking.'nnd Wood Stoves tOj, December 10. 1869. 49 8m virtue of certain writs of fieri facia isswd from '.IIX months after dat. I shall present my Jodi J

I tT n T 1. R I, N aDd E. By virtue of a writ of fieri facias issued from the of the latest style! ; all trimmed l in complete 'order, at BY office of the Clerk of Leou.Circuit Court, Middle i O counts and vouchers to the lIoooJ1b1r p. sill
Wliiob' aidproperty bed been lathe life time of the 1 of the Clerk of Leon Circuit Court Middle the lowest market price. Please call and examine Notice. Ciicuit of Florida, wherein the Union Bunk of Probate Jefferson Ccuntyp" nJateflJaEwi11

l; aid Hector 'W.BnnVn.cooTeyed by way mortgage Circuit of Florida wherein Herring Carter is plaintiff before purchasing elsewhere. Also, Brittannia and Months after date, I shall p'rewnt my final ac- Florida and other. are plaintiffs and Haley'TBlock- and testament of George w., JnJIIIII2 ,
'J1 to die UaViD Bank of Florida,by diver*deeds of inort> and Isaac Hutto and John ShuIn an defendants. I Japanned Ware, Lead Pipe, Sheet Zinc, Sheet Lead t" SIX\ and vouchers to the Honorable Judge of Sheriff and
..ti '...qaitf of redernptioo M now levied hare levied anoa and will expose for sale before the House-work, Roofing, Fancy Heads for gutters',Guttering Probate for JcJersoD County, nA executrix of Wil lad; is defendant. I have levied upon and willexpotf (tommy u utol'8h'1'LL OTD. tx..

fr iipim. .prsiiioItbi, UUt of wud Hector W. Court House door b Tallahassee Monday, the 6th Pipes-Shop work of evirj d ieripti n done Ham G. Clark, late of said County, deceased and ask for sale beta,a the Court House door in the city 4>f by attnrMlli Jta' ...
FJT-.s4; to U,Md to Mt! fy tbe Mid writ offieri, day of March, 1804, between legal hours the/ollowing with neatness and for adiamissiorj from my administration of the said T"I1ahuae""on Monday, the 6th day of March, 1854, Jefferson County. :

': H.,T.BLOCKER. Sheriff described property, to-wit: despatch.WHITE A SLUSSER. Estate. '. EMILY CLARK. Executrix. the following described Negro Slave, to-wit: tice ."
t: 7f11tur1 t '6t_ One Sorrel Hone levied upon as the propertv of October *. IBM. 40 tfWanted. JeffeHl1I'I County. November 2g, 1868. 6m Kelsori. Peter, Harry, Rhina and child. ( .i. it
-- laue-Butto.nd to be aoW to eat.tMid writ of fie Levied upon as the property of D. A. Gaillard. deceased. -. 'Wten anel' dti. th "
H rdw8reA. ri facias according to law. Property pointed out by Boot. & Shoe, late of Leon Couuty. and id be sold to satisfy -! six. Honorbhe J dg ef ?. ro ff .i

; ; VERY LAROEand well atleetea stock of the John Shultr.! H. T. BLOCKER' 8beri DRY HIDES, for which the hgbest:: Ma. $ n'er1 description and site for tow said writs of fieri facias according to law. I. fAr lett"C "dmin.t.tiaIt 00 CS 1M'IWh1eoz ..

I a\nve artiet.ju.t r. .ivtd. and for Mle low by By A. a FELKEL, D. B.Febroarj fOOO ket price .-ffl h* paid hr --"OF mm RUST. ;: oJ D..}. h1ULT. C""oan. c1..d. ate8 of.LO JAMES JtARl1tJ'

If ,iber If, 1SCS. il HEIR RUST 4, 181. 6 ct _OctobcT 29, 1863.J. 8. S. KNIGHT. debet 15,1855. 41:- i February 4, 1861. 5 5b Jau.2lISI. :
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