The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: March 4, 1854
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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: SUPREME COURT OF THE U. STATES. bar to the action, he cannot avail himself of false and hideout image, around which, for nothing to pour discredit uponJRerwbUeaniam P 41. I .A.-- '

Qiaths.Sea'lslau4 : the objection at the trial. Still less could he the moment, chattering priests of oppression itself, and to insult your own grand conntry, .,.w. 1fw-r__ A. f3aa

DECEMBER TERM, 1853. be permitted to do so upon a motion in arrest have burned incense, but soon to be east out, while you lay your disloyal incense at the feet the ;Was1uMgsfr eomspSDdeoes of.ta* V4 T rkJol
JAMES GADSDEN & CO., -- judgment And the same principles which even by them, a detested and desecrated idol ot the cruel, canting, English Government- of Coatmtret:, *

FA&IEB CARTEII PIg in Error, \ lu Error to the SuV this court sanctions in such cases in the courts I orgolten of men, aad remembered'only of provided only you can win some sanctimonious "The political efet of tb*pas* *efHist, MB will
\ & Upland Cotton Factors, .<. / preme Court of the of the United States, upon questions of jurisdiction vermin-lizards: that crawl darkling beneath votes for tbe great gospel of FreesoilisTh, be important and oa ths..htjblj bvorsble. It

-1..1.80entral AJLCHIBU.D T. D' ) State of Florida. depending upon personal privilege, the twilight of poisonous weeds that grow and can get yourself and your literary circle will put an 'end to the old parties, and ".'-
the coalition of the democracy. It will orgaoiss -
Commission Merchants, HON. REVERDY JOHNSON, for Appellant. we are bound to apply to the proceedings in and twine about it. patronised and,patted o.the back by the into two divisions and both of them based on parties the

No. 62 East Bay, W. G. M. DAVIS, for Appellee.Mr. the State courtUndoubtedly Now I also could find comparisons in the treacherous and brutal British Press. Yes : slavery-quest One party will be the.t. tih-

S. C. Chief Justice Taney delivered the opinion it was in the power of -tlie various kingdoms (f nature for you Mr. I find your abolition to be not only nonsenno tion party, and (be,other the Abolition party. It U
CHARLESTON plaintiff in error, when he appeared to tha Bcechcr. And 1 hare a mind even to try but treason. Englishmen come over here as its not quite certain which will finally prevaiL Bat the

CoI.J,1I1.'I toIDES, ) of the court writ of suit in the circuit court of the State, to have your own style, and ihow that I have takena apostles, and it has on it the lime and trail of struggle is at length seriously begun. All that baa
F. ED*'ARndf Opposite P. and M. Bank. This case comes before us upon a ever happened oa this question all the'combats from
JAMB to the the groundthat lesson from -at thus: I am & rollingand Exeter Hall. And do believe that the
jZjcwu FS .EnS. ) error directed to the Supreme Court of the pleaded jurisdiction upon yon yon exterminators 1820 down were mere child's pl...In eDlDpatIIhD with
September 10, l&a. SC 6m State of Florida : and a motion has enmdp. he was a citizen of Georgia. Whether resounding iceberg of the Polar sea; very I of Ireland,the roughshod riders of what we shall see next FsIU and next year, sad for
dismiss it for want of jurisdiction. such a plea could have been maintained or well ; you are a Geyser or boiling spring, copious i India, the armed speculators! in Chinese lives, years to come. There will be no more compromisfs.
WALTERS & WALKER, ". to- Bennett the defendant not it is' not necessary for us to say. But it enough to keep tie world in hot water. sincerely wish for the liberty of any being, anywhere The old ones'will be eradeihned sad set asidV 'Non-
brought by
'I he suit was intervention
Cotton Factors, and General Commission in error, against Carter the plaintiff would have brought before the court the construction I may be like a dead tree ; but what if your under the PUII? Do you think the En. the only two on pnociples OM ;upon aDd which abolitioa the oatbe sontnct ether b to,

Merchants. in in December 1842 while Floridawas of the act of ]1817 and it must have reverence is like a whale, a whale ot the glish care about this whole! question of American be made." .
-. .- yet a Territory, and was continued from been judicially decided. And if the decision blowing and spouting speciesblowing and slavery, save as a machinery for breakingup Upon tbe above,the New York Tlaut makes tbeat ,fL.,

for tie Pioneer Line of Packet* between term to term, until she was admitted into the had been against the right he claimed under spouting( as if you meant to quench the stars. the great Republican! confederation where. [comments: ,

Agents KEW.PORT. Union as a State. The action was trover for it, this court would have had jurisdiction to i Rather, indeed you are the Great Sea-S"r- of England and every other power has such a ::, "The. 'u a 4j uabs ilisnlnsisiSjnf tb* surpsiss f .:lJ
CHARLESTON AD The declaration was in hear and determine that question. But upon I I pent, that dubious and mythical fish, who mortal jealousy and fear. Exeter Hall the ernnade which the sdmlnuuvtioo has started for i
Boyce & Co'i Wharf, usual property.form and the defendant pleaded' the record ns it comes before us it does not dlyp: )itcth J H nself before the eyes of wandering shapes its balmy benevolence in the form of a tbe extension cf Slavery, Instead inJendiog simp ."
the ,
CUAKLESTOX.. C. of Alter Florida -I appear that this question was ever presented mariners, now to starboard, again to port wedge, to drive between North and South : I ly to.rive full play totheConpromh.ofluoitsob. r4
IL WALTIE, the general issue not guilty. ject is to put an end to all Cotnpfomise
E. WIUIOT "ALTT.It. GEORGE i to the State court, iu a manner that would and no man knoweth where to have him. and you, reverend gentleman, hammer on tbesonjeet fJ
the territorial courtin upon All
R. T. WM.MU.Aueust became a State, and I Slavery. those which have hitherto been mad
13, 18i2. 32-ly which the suit was pending ceased to exist :I enable it judicially to notice _or decide_ it.- lIe esteemeth iron as straw : and the arrow that wedge with all your might every time you trill be let aside. The next Up will be tore tbs "
the were transmitted by the clerk | And the writ of error must therefore be dismissed I cannot make him flee. lIe lasbetb the sea thump your cushion, and the British Pess restriction applied to Oregon and Washington! Then tt;

DR. W. WHITAKER., to,the circuit papers court of the State for the same for want of jurisdiction. with his tail and all the morning papers of cries Bravo Beecher a movement. will be made to repeal the ordinaac of17S7. vit
And th* grand tad aimed at, b to direct
the universe resound with the splash thereof. Between the Northern and Southern Statesof aeeure a -
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN county. the Ci!izen. ,final and deci!ire struggle upon tM general qaea- 1.
TALLAHASSEE. FLA. The plaintiff and defendant both appeared From No fisher of woman born, shall put a hook this Republic. I apprehend, there is but little tion Slavery. This is the plot, aa dJecorered by ODe {;1
To the Rev. Henry Ward Beecher. between his jaws: no mortal cook shall cut real conflict interest ;
hu professional wrvioes to the citizens of in the circuit court and the case was continued or feeling. The of the plotters. ;; .
OFFERS!,' ami vicinity. Office first dir East until December 1819 when the Reverend Sir : Your letter to me in the him up for ever: on his crest tits humbug questions of State policy and Territorial arrangement -Tlmt tliis will be the legitimate and mcrit&ble r.r

tf P tot Office buildiag, immediate!? adjoining. Dr. proceeded to trial-and thejury found partif:3\\ (Independent of Febuary 2d, is certainly successful plumed, from his inane he shakftli boundless which exist, would,a* believe, settle mit has of hitherto the movement,we bare already shown. ,SUrry ;

y .h. 2 defendant in error, and assessed his a! an effort of rhetoric, and I fecili. Bunkum and in his convoluted spires there themselves, if you and your little second. mines which have been been protected made between 1I01eJy] by its the.friends Oomprot and r &

January 14. IBM.; Ir at $19mm.OO. tate mysi-lf on having bad th,- good fortune to lurketh Capital! hand Exeter Hall would let them alone.- its foes. Whenever an isae baa been made upon it, rF-(

A. PERRY AMAKER, Several exceptions were taken to the rulingsof draw I forth so fine a burst of that species of You see 'lis as easy lying ; but there is no Whatever bitterness ha* mingled itself with it has Lx-en evaded in this /., The Compromi of 1.

the court on the trial, which it is not necessary composition.It use in all this ; nor would it throw light upon the controversy,you and the conventicles have 1820 conceded[ slavery the admission of a Slave
II TT 1 V AT tA 1J however what I lookedfor. Yet this sort of infused the State.on condition that certain other territories shoold J.t
t to mention, because they relate to the is not exactly any question. very thing poisonous drop. When we hear aMr. be forerrr free. The Compromise leeored the
TALLAHASSEE, FLA. laws of the Slate, over which this court can In reply to two vehement attacks of is the tissue of your e'.oquent letter to me. Wade, in the United States Senate at admianon of a Free StAte. on eoudttwa that eertala k t

May 21. 1858. 20 exercise no jurisdiction upon this writ of er- I yours, one in your Abolition Lecture, and one r In one instance only you lose sight of your Washington howling about Nebraska being other territories sbonld be left to decide tberaaelree. -fb

.- ror. After the '"Ndict"IIS rendered against : in your newspaper, I did m.ysl'lftlac honor to prudent reserve aud venture upon an actual made a Sodom and Gomorrah,"uttering as to the admission or exclusion of Shivery, and that t--:

JOHN AND B.COUNSELLOR GALBRAITH AT, LAW. him, the plaintiff in error moved for a new I address you certain arguments. I really assertion. Bored to death as you are by Moses dismal prophecies like these-"he s:1\va cloud fugitive more effectual slaves.means These should be taken for the surrender> :5;.:

ATTORNEY trial. Hut the motion was overruled by the thought they were, in some sort, arguments; and the Prophets, it is still evident you already, larger than aman'shand-that cloud acts of Congrees, and U neb Compromises may be repealed are atpJeai-merely ,

Tallahassw, Florida. court. lie thereupon offt-red to prove that and supposed that if you vouchsafed me a repi wish to make allies of them ; and thus you wouM soon gather all round from the North ur. All that gives them special validity and sanctity Ji

tT Office up-Ftaire in the CapitoL immediately 40' he was a citizen of Georgia at the time the i v, you would try to answer or invalidate say by way contrasting American with Hebrew and West-the whole heavens would be lighted is the mutual good faith of the parties to them. Wbea ;,t i
&d".IUil111.1. Senate Chamber. [tort. 9. have taken makes ; thi* fails,of course,they lose all moral
The with fires"-and
.uitwas instituted in the torritoiial court, and I i: them. course you me slavery.'Hebrew up so forth-the man is And gatioa.i
when the South .
HOLLAND admire prudence(, more than elo : slavery admitted that a slave wasa the language of the Tabernacle be declared its purpose to repealthe 11.
D. P. had continued to be so, and still was a citizen |I Jour your speaking : Missouri Comrromisp to .violate the compact ofwhich
ATTORSET AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW of that State. And this fad being admitted I quence. man with all appropriate human respond, is inspired by the Conventicles : he Beecher- I I the bad already reaped the full advantage it .

(flinty[ Fkirida, % by the opposite patty, ho moved arrest I It was required of me to show how my declaration bilities, and made ample provision for his ucs. If there be any cloud impending over I was clear' enough that no compacts would be binding ,. ;
that is not crime ami civil instruction." the. business it is the cloud of fanati. upon them for one moment longer than their laterals
\TILL practice iu tLe Court* of the Middle Cir judgment, and that the case he dismissed I I slaveholding a con- religious dreary r.
'It cuit. and of Jackson and Franklin Counties.OctnWr from the court, with an order to the 'I I sis with my attempt to abolish English dominion It is painful to be obliged to say that you ,. cism,which has shadowed many noble cause dictated"But they aa adherence now openly to them.confess their to abrogate ,.

23. 15 2. 42 tf clerk to transfer the papers to the District :: in Ireland. For answer I pointed to an again mi-taken. Them was no provision and broken many a glorious confederacy }before all existing compromises, and to purpose, prevent any 1/r.o-.r.

WILLIAM SCOTT Court of the United States for the northern;'i some of the greatest leaders of this Republic at all, either ample or little, for the religious now. What are these foul-mouthed Pu. new ones. They demand a direct Issue between th IJ ;j

dis'iict of Florida: or hold the papers and :j I I who being slaveholders, rose to abolish Eng or for civil instruction of the foreign ritans that they should presume to curse, with I I extension and the restriction of slavery. If'it be a t:1

ATTOaNIY 8TMONTiCELLO UW, proceedings subject to any order of transferor I lish dominion America.. Do you see the : slaves of the Jews ; and as to their ure pon. all the curses Ernulphus, American citizens blessing they demand the right to establish ft wherever ''h:

FLA. demand from the said court. I I'' unprincipled,! folley of this ? Can" your Reverence sibilities," they had to be sure, all "appro. of the South-that they should term their property they submit have the or question ean get the of its power.exclusion If it to be the& popularvote. .they

July ?, 1B:3. 30 tljan This motion was refused], and judgment' contemplate with horror an American priate" responihiihities-that is such as are a robbery, and their homes Sodora and ." it.

ERSKI E & DILWOIlTiATTORNEYS entered on the verdict Whereupon he appealed : colonist exacting the whole labor of his own appropriate to a slave, and no more. All Gomorrah ? The Richmond TTX/y.the organ of the Virginia- iii'

to the Supreme Court of the State ; \ slave, yet declining himself to be the slave of their slaves (except tboe casual and temporary And does it ever occur to you to consider' Whigs,quoting the JonrnaFt letter and the comments ifi

AT LAW, and the judgment of the circuit court being the British 1'atlia.ment; buying negroes bodily I slaves who were of the tribe of Israel) Whether those Southern planters can liberate of the Timet indulges in the following plan talk. If

MO:CELLO: A>D QVINCV.ERBHTOE there aflirnotd: he has brought the case before for his own property, yet indignant becausethe were simply, and absolutely (as American their slaves ? Wether the slaves wish it- this flat-footed language bad appeared in,the columns ,

uOB" Quill-" -W.S. DH.WOHTH, !OlJticc1u. this court by writ of error. English statesman presumed to levy three olnves are) the chattels of their proprit>trrs. whether if they did, it would be good for them, of the,Charleston Mercury the Columbus ,7n w. or

July 23, 1853. 29snanx In support of this! writ the plaintiff! ,error pence [per pound upon his teat! I need not To worry you with proofs of this would be nr. fnr. tlinua,_ who..... urnnlfi" __._ linvo.._, tlta.__ niiaf\rtnna... a..._._ nay other well known Southern Rigbtap.peritwonl4bavebeentalmenat.neeu 4_

r. poir, a. H. v. DAVI1aODOBY --: I contends, that as he was a citizen of deor- ask : for you will not answer. You dare not cruel. You are tired of the Pentateuch ; tnd to be their neighbors instead of owners ?- eh1ee.ofad.sirsS'the ,
the rime the suit in the before an American audience that George will no more hear Mos9 and the prophets; considered the
& DAVIDSON, gia at was brought say Have you condition of Hayti ? dissolution of the Union. ,The fashion has.;bee? 1.1
territorial court; and also when the act of Washington an imjK&tor, and had no but prrbiMy' I Jltl will see the t'Xpei %.cy of OfJamaical And if you urge the generous to denounce maD
Southern as a disruptiooist, ;
ATTORNEYS: AT LAW, Congress of Fehruar}' 2d 18-17 was passed, I "principle.! Yet that is what you mean, if read': a little beforeynu rattle Moesaboutpeople's example of your friends the English,will tell who entertained every and expressed'f'otimftJt'-'urh aethess '

QUINCY. FLORIDA. the suit was by operation of that law transferred you mean any thing. Therefore, you wisely ears a ain. The authorities I cited I i you what that generosity consisted -borrowing avowed the TTftt but the time sad His J
"Tf ILL practice in the Middle! Circuit of Florida, to the DKtiict Court of the United let the subject alone: and by way of answer you call rubh'sb ; and you Hay "you have in 1 100 millions dollars, (which they by may some,
V in the of the North to hasten the
and the Eactsru Counties of Wet F londa- power period.
in States for the Northern District of Florida ; you build me up sentences like this: your library heaps of trash" of that sort. I never intend to pay,) in order to add it to the
All bupinesb entrusted their will
to CaN recen prompt. \ when the fashion will undergo a change. There sr;
.*tt.nti.. and that the circuit court of the State had no "Once you stood like some great oak do assure yin that you would find your account I' national debt," and so to take additional security '
evils to which tbe South will not rcbmit The Whig
December 24, 18 3. 51 tight to take possession of the papers i in the ) whose wide circumference was lifted up aboveall in reidlngs mo of thorn in your leisure against Revolution and Republicanism .

case ; nor any authority to try and decide it ; j' the paslures: the glory ot all beholders, and hours: what is the use in having heaps of:I at home. Have you any such financial operation states some of them. The South will not consent to

BAKER & McIVER, and that by moving in arrest judgment upon ; a covert for a thousand timid singing-birds. hook in a man's library ifhe will not read as this to propose to America Or do be inferior before the Con titation. Her rights.' In

ATTORNEYS AT LAW, this ground he had claimed a right undera : Now you lie at full length along the ground th-m ? I know well enough where you get I you want to take the property of those citi- the common territory are equal with those,,of' the .

TALLAHASSEE AND! QUINCY FLORIDA."llflLL law of the United States ; and that as the with mighty ruptured roots, ragged and upturned your new and strange interpretations of Sci ip- I zens from them without any compensation North, and she will net abide in fellowship widi. States It;

practice in the Mi.Mleand Western Circuit decision was against the light claimed, he is to heaven ; with broken boughs and Cure :-it was fr.lnIrs.. Beecher Stower( Have you considered any one of all these which refuse to recognize that equality. f

Tbomnr I' of Florida. aud in th* Counties of Decatur and I entitled to a writ of error under the iiotli sec despoiled INl"l'se'cr! again shall husbandmen "Ke,'.")' who a:aln cot them from Professor : things ? Or is all this Tabernacle talk pure We qnote from the Whig: < '.f'

Ga.SOLLISG tion of the act cf 1789. predict spring from your swelling buds! Stovve, who got them from Barnes, or else rmll:? Is it all Capital making and cant ?- "We copy the foreeomj from the New York Tiraea t;

EAKEK. A. >. 11 l\'ER, I Upon this motion to dismiss the writ of error Never again shall God's singing birds of liberty Barnes rom Stowe. It is a perilous thing, Great is Cant. What is Man that he should and paper decided lately very Free &Soil vnrabl prevBvitKS.to the. Administration It may
7aWaoi" f. Quiitcy. the construction of the act of Coogrese come down through all the heavenly: air this reference for ever to one's own li'tle withstand it? correctly the rttultt nf the issue involved vtbe Ne- ..1

January 7, 1:;4"1 of 1847 is not before us. In this stage of to rest themselves on your waging top Fallen i clique and circl for authority and intellectual I take my leave of you nov, and rise out bra'b bill but it does not give the iune :itself cor-
? Uprooted Doomed to the axe and I pabulum' : the supply soon dries up : and rectly. That isme is not whether slavery aball be
JOSEPH II. the case we are not called on to decide of the whole subject. What can I say to the : :
DuPOXT anutficr similuudo I extended or restricted.Imt whether the STates of
I the hearth \\1:1: have Poljr '
whether, this act of Congress did or did not, If Y011 ( pathetic adjuration with which you conclude this Union are eqnal before., -etl .
ATTOTNSV AT LAVJ, propria tigore, transfer the case to the Dis. I almost feel the edge of the hatchet. shall liken you in this matter to a Greenland j I I your letter-'-Come back to us, John Mitch- the people of one section have the same rights ssthosa '.t,

QUINCY. FLORIDA, trict Court of the United States. The only Woodman spare that tree! Your irn.igt'ry iso bear sucking his own paws for food in the | el-ii is not yet too late." Ah! your reverence of the other. That M the true question; tto iiltiisim-

""TILL continue to occupy the office recently owuV question presented by the motion is, whether vivid that I am ready to raise my hand to hard weather. will excuse me; it is not too late. but or restriction of slavery i ill ihe' .consequence and is a i
plod the late firm f C. H.4 J. H. DuPont between different matter. We by no means certain (
by head You there is "an i issue me very are
&nd to practice to tbe adducent Counties of tbe Middle upon the record before us, we have a right to my to ascertain whether like Phaeton'ssisters say This I did not too early. You belong to a sect and a that the extension slavery"weold tend to 'merest.* :
and Vf wrtaru Circuit lie will also attend tbe terms revise the judgment of the State court. Andin I bear foliage and biid's nests; the and American public. school of social reformers that I have always the influence or confirm the. permanence of tile institution.

lithe Supreme Curt iu Tulltli&Mee and llari&nio. order to give this cowL jurisdiction over prophecy terrific, and the effect, like one of, know before. I knew Ihat there was an Nsur. kept at arm's length. By your tongue I know We hare thought it probable .. a*diffa-

January 7, Ib34. 1 ,I the judgment of the State court, it must appear Mr. Itanium's effects, is "thrilling." between me and a small knot of noisy Tabernacle you-you are the men who talk aboat "rude of the institution would weaken it. sod Xtssonri grl grlsion

p. B. BBOKAWS II I by the record that the right now claim You have a dUlike to Moses, at which I do lecturers, who affect astonishment on ages four thousand years ago,"as if the thing and Texas--half to strengthen the time represented the ber r. bv If quasi the Abolitmnists sboIrtionifts -

ed by the plaintiff in error to remove thc ca.e not wonder. You say "let Moses sleep." finding that one who has protested against oppreVim that was virtue then were crime to.day. If of the ff North had not beta blinded by fsnati c1

LIVER AiD, SALE STiBlES to the District Court of the United Stateswas I Then why did you cite that legislator, in is yet unprepared to denounce as it is you who cry out for the abolition of clam and bad opened California to black slave it M ii

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. fio drawn in question in the State court, : your Lecture ? It was your reverence that oppression what they the Tabernacie lecturers the gallows and the barbarous, rattling guillotine very probable that the drain upon Maryland.:Virgw- ;
-. ., awakened call by that: name;-anJ who are shocked is. Kentucky Tennessee and North Carolina. would '
that it must haw been decided in the judg. him. In order to make people believe -two instruments with which the
IIE rrojiri' : that to see "a man! in the ninetcetb century, i uninh Litablpa You the have been so great than in SO years thefts' States !2
American would be >
] i
fonn bit fi, ment it has given. Slavery more barhar- I freedom than planet ; are might be prepared for Abolition. We confe* that
public. Unit he\WHJdin'k} Now there is nothing in the pleadings to

his large lilll'K'I.""t st tlie .ild 6ttid and w u-iw show that Carter was a citizen of Georgia.It that Moses imposed restrictions upon the benighted( Washington had. apprehendsir and all sorts of moral, physical and iutellect- more readily to the admission of California abirelinj
prepaied t-i otmrnixlatf! I lijfn<'uJ aitd eut-tomeiK is stated in the declaration the institution, and surrounded it with ditlieul- that you and the Tabernacle men are nat perfectibiliiies-endingin! loud cheers and State. 'J
He also Las attacLt-d, tf lii! Stablt*, gd I'.kckmitli : not so or plea. ties and inconveniences ti.i American public ;-very fir short of it subscriptions toasts, tabernacles and trash. But this is a matter which has nMhfrtodethe wttS !
vlinx) : And when the papers wore transmitted to ihe tending to produce of the equal rights of all the States under !
Shop Le will that qnestinn
? the issue
Lave is
done all kinds of abolition indeed. But here you say when I .
at I followed Come back to 'OU'b was ever
Plantation vorl, Jlorr.e, bhwing. and Carringe work. I State court he appeared and defended him- length. you into tlr raised between and the said pubic the constitution. We do not acknowled and never
in tie very best ll1wuer and with promptneM and self upon the ph a of! the general issue which Pentateuch, and showed that jou did not. has been me amongst you ? What eye hah seen me movingthe >ill.that tbe hireling States of the North- which'
Lfpatek be had put in, iu the territorial court. ThU read! those five books aright. I demonstratedthat : ranks of "Human Progress t"no has make slaves of white men-1tT entitled to airv'superiority it

November 5_, 1S5S. 44 tf plea admitted the jurisdiction of the court there was no restrictions at all, and no What \va the liberty which you asserted for heard me blowing trumpets at the corners of in the territory of the Unx n over the Southern
waited Afrwaosral
a- States which to 1'8 by 1
prefer npmi
tendency to abolition and intention Ireland I Waif it a liberty founded upon the streets ?-or talking the blarney of Benevoli '
and the case was tried and the verdict rendered .> no of it, !her than by penwia of their co.n color. 'That ler "J
.Colian and other Pianos. upon these pleadings. And upon a either rapid or gradual. inalirnablc right of every hwnan bring to life,
.BERRY & GORDON motion in arrest judgment the court can. So Moses has become tedious to I i liberty, and happiness wa it a liberty expense of American Republicanism t-No, the Slat** and the eitivmi of all the States bare
you. the of the strong to oppress Cant indeed is and tbe star of eqnal rhrhts tft enjoy it. But these Northern gentle i
297 look You founded on right no. strong '
not beyond the record-and the beg me not keep
Broadway. judgment "stumbling over the records which American men el..im'be whole nf it. Thev wi h toex'lud every .
PUBLISHERS of Musie-md cannot be arrested unless there is some of rude society four thousand years ago." the weak? This is the question :' Humbug is h'gli! and culminant; but at any Suathem man with Lie black slaw,while IbaT4

II II feelers wholesale. and t'win l'ian"l error in law or defect jurisdiction apparent But pardon me, it was your reverence who new papers are just now discussing. rate a man is n:tt obliged to make himself at monopnlite j U with their.white hirelings 1 : !,
keUliuo. and Muwc-Ageuu lcbratcd in the proceedings. And here there stumbled ; and are not Are they I I am sorry that I can render home with humbug, to fling himself into the The Times intimates that we ant: indebted fir.&. I
dEO was no you sufficiently
li.". Grand and other 1'iiw. insj"Uv I to for grateful them no assistance. As to the first question I arms of hnmbug,8nd contentedly take up house present existence of_slaverv to eompir* .o-4lwt bet V
) Da-" error defect the me You
Co.too--hoc l iiossWoiiSSf* or jurisdiction apparent on picking say I the ortbworM..w :1
for these :
to aU otht Grat $suwrior "make the Bible lwbatever not aware that every human being or anyone with bambog. I will never say unto Barnum enfnprorniM
record lie"
Urgwu.ii j Xew York even if the construction of the act of [ that means ;] the institution altogether asATrWt by a..nile.
and N'.cund band I'ir1.it. inaliinable to life, liberty brother and nnto Bunkum thou
Piano right
aud MelMeoo 1817 but have bas an thou art my .
Music contended for by the plaintiff in error, you not shown me where or how- now.it will forthwith'proceed to eztgbS15's: ?
plied wk4esal or reUil at the 10."t tat. the I that and happiness." People often forfeit: life and art sister and mother. Neither wi'l: I well for that' iasM.sod wooUas ;
IS my ready
rv A Gordon to tier. true one. Both parties by their plead.ngt say you falsiy the Bible ; and I have Very -we are
succtsswra T.S.
f'uinoHti'ltt. Berry,2 tj Broadway. admitted the jurisdiction of the court- shown you where and how. It seems to me- liberty, and as to "happiness" I do not even say unto Beecher thou art my pastor and soon try it now mat another time. There are4 ps w E Ep1e

j). S. H, I). J: Oo' .E-jlian Pianos Lav I and tbere too, that avoidance of the know what it is. On the whole, I fear this is ma er. in the Sonth. and atrestnaanvof) whwtfcMc
the Ute t was no averment in any part of your subject is an Qil there are greater evils! tksn the dissolution of.Jfctinn. .
improved VbCW. tern admission; that did jargon. For the secoid( horn of your m. Once more, and finally, Adieu, f .
rCarter was a citizen of Georgia.-' you really misrepresent oJ .. While they are ready viceed.: Oat tbs-TJhinft':
Novembcr5,1853. 44 !y And a verdict is rendered, the judgment the Mosaic law to support the abolition ticket ma? Was it a liberty founded on" the right i JOHN MITCHEL. is the source of mairr Lkmrngs.tber.km* Utet frr t.t.i.

-- cannot be arrested Lv the iutmlni>iinti nf npwenaeoee -Is it not a shame Do you think such Ji the strong to oppress the weak! I must confess Neu York Feb. '7th, 1854. the greater portion of thoY bTesicngi have CkOestNorttkof
For Rent. the dialect.- Dixon line awl tits hief bqrdsoa bwr
on I do not understand Mason and *
a fact that
new It'n be atoned
; deed for
@ fPHE Comer liiick Store ewe lay the 'y-i in a proper can by a tirade like the myself upon hem nlured by.th Sootht: Nearly tbv entire.re*..
recently b found I decline to ioipa'e
1 0. IL Bestwick. Apply to occupied ; new trial **. Of a otion for a following, addressed to me, thrrlling as it Therefore' of I Sugar in Cuba and Louisiana. one of the Federal Government! ,ennres tq,,the owflt:;
Decembers 1823. 61 D. EL AMES It not in arrest of judgment. i W- that horn ,1..0t"; your pair questions Mr. R.J. Forstall, of N,O, bas. furnished tone information of the North while the:'major part ef U ts eootriVoted
is evident therefore, that i am content to answer NEITIITCB. by the South. The South has sV auflered m it-swrals -, J
the State hide of Cuba and
court "I cannot from that in relation to UM eultur
in proceeding to give judgment myself there yet : What liberty it was that I aspired to for Ire. sugar and iU polities by its aasociatJSa.with fhe UreSss;,
MILES NASH & CO. diet, could not legally have on the ver- remains for you a dismal age, a desolate and would be useless to tell you again-you Louisiana froni which :we learn that irre,eti1'e of States. Tb.y introduced U1UTereatt i

Dealer in Drugs, Medicine, &c.,, validity of the plaintiffs objection decided upon the cheerless solitude of infirmities. Time that land would it aererundcrstand me. And it would on1 the recent advance in the vain of .kv.a,the capital rertwJ the tUpuhfiean ayMriM estaUisbsd u.&* 1
diction. to it1 jurisa would have carried you onward, garlanded the rule invested io tM'culture of the .taM -locialana: may ten of&.Republic Ifmsurikwus .Ll ur
They could refer to agesagain
WOULD iufcTm their friends And the public. thai( not hear 1 you if I were to -evuatbere act esurtrtbajpsn-
evidence Iy di'cust some are wsntay
in with achievements ofa at tic aum of f 12 929000. ;
worthy of be
that man living for the ion placed ,
of safely
they on bind good *aorta>eat of sucJi I stage the case to prove that and to say that it was ju.t very benefit*-and .. are..prepared. tag toy.issM'ssd.fer
ArtielM u Carter mea, and surrounded by the genial worse-wbich the The total of aos$r in jXtefo 1S40, waa21.esaOOOlbe. .- \ .
are generally kept io tbeir lioe nf bubiiKf., was a citizen Georgia: sympathies better, and no crop aDy--tJeIIeP. '. cTbiN.kthn : ,
sad will be reeeiviug judicially no of I hearts will drift In 1841. wa !-7 300 Iba. 11 J /
regularly CeaL uppliea. Their tice it when admitted loving now, you toa sKjdiug asserted against
the .'
ternta abaQ be reaooable. by opposite Corcyraean. The .ugarCr0D0 Lw**0* io IMO nu 1iag- : ,"- r
solitude without love
Tallabawe And u-e are bound to polar or sympathy, <e eholdi.g CortnLiaflifought .nOOO 1U, and fat 11,ISO.OoO LWa
*. April *lb, IMS. 14DESTRISTY. presume thai they Corinth, ** Midi; or l1i. T1)e.i r
or"honor. .
pro. You will
ceeded to judgment on this sweep coldly on upon a Rome, and the aUvehold.ng. or 1SO.OOO.OOV Iba.Tbe I -
not courider the right claimed ground and did dark current, like an ever-rolling ice-berg, (again from tbe Eu-jli.h. ,It was crop of Qub in 185Sha-*beeo ttaie-*ia wood .d"mu.r ....J'I' ,:' ... ".'.."

by the plaintiff' Uiat, rolling aud resounding ever ,so much Awericafli wrung numbers at,60OO,000 ,ft*,, the bill ia to pass. b Jr i. .vhIs.a
B". LEWIS "fe.? in error as properly before them. gains National Independence Tlte crop of "X"UMiana, in .1855, ac ibowa' above, strength of the JLdEabistratfoe> sad tbs/.ss r>f
;: :; nda ana"patrona ootiee to tuit In an'action in a Circuit; Court of the Uni. no rest by changing place. But Taw died of the "Meet And I do was eauaf te that of Cute in 1810. say .!.gooo Northern are> ej nluee4mil11 -
moved fais te that be baa re- ted where the Bcnedicite/ It does. a_man good to hear that single indWiaal really sad for 1M4. vfll probably rtacfa '400,000.000: a".1f'0ftfMira 1'i.D tI j
buildiurbowft. l." Watt Uu Ilia.ftII' deot'e in tbe jurisdiction depends. upon the you' in a rhetorical, melodramatical, and not believe any la senltasent.Jcbavior. Iba, .. I r. ".t1W'. l".- I ItIr

ptk. of**rar in the United' 'States'tot --I.. .- hLth .... ;
times P""paM to Mr" tboee 'Woo al I held that where'tl ol'ainti'era' in his de where is too sense I Who.has taught The whole.controversy ticket 1 MO .M Boated at aoooo lbs; u4 tat l tt I I'I a.--pn..> "- '..V.. I,
aMd to or "
"hSL' HII tenna will be Cub or -L.Y b daratIon'thAt be are citizens call'names at this you Sou. factitious: it> au affair 'io estimated at' 74S.OOO.OOO lli('rfl**..ineladintfkrovaioLouWaaaTrtastoil D .. 11 4J -1U.". '
Any referearflt' uled fut. 1 outrageous rate t Another Informs to)bi it.a.. :imIl l 'I F10ridaa Ms11m.L1IjWJ'11.j64aLiM.slr
be Yw f
given if einrT. I ,of different States, if the defendant time and .seem wbgwu < .
r:.B. GuW Plato eat' t I : you.compare me Hercules. spin-: exwperatJtjfc"?*..catienaof .avte.r.if1iItf. ''..Llj'tit fart; j
pattern for ,
."r man at 'I.o I ctLal.toIiber DeoUaU. aDd I means to deny the tact and the jurisdiction Ding threads'mod again, Good Heaven! matter sir, to ti( ; aotb.ii 11 ft. f" : \11.1 -. .. 'haWIiWW t.ti 31Tdr1
'111ISt:. is I be moat plead it in abatement; ,and if "be omits what is this t-, t' lINt-sou thhucng tiy the l- 101 Jit" '.. "... k, ..1..deriv.rst$ .

I to plead it in abatement, and plead iu ; .'Sorrowfully,we:must l lavo rtm/like tome ; to"*bake. ,tbe ,(imaOaUoiM pn1.01i.,, ; ; <;" s tt I. ow t 'J, .II >t J1 s ,. ?-44 t.t 4*



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at& I know**1n that I aat up here one whole night the language which ha been to much objected to and Africanixation of Cuba I CurrnpcHtdenct. ;; aftkt Baltimort ftning Tau.WAAHWOTO. THREE DAYS LATM. FROM '

! & $0ttrnal.TALLAHASSEE knowing that the majority of the Senate were resolved criticised. It is that the Missouri restriction liun After all (saya the Richmond quire,) it seems .-*, Feb. MiEditort Arrival of the It-whip EV1oP1
to latitude "
to recede and solely for the purpollk.-thoUb-b I would ting slavery according is inconsistent ]
Iiave lost a thousand Oregon Bills myself rather than wiUi the principle of uon intervention by Congresswith that tIle Washington Union was not very far wrongin I Etenlng Ti",:-..A reoeoDtre,took plaflt 001"M-J",1 e te19.Ap.aM.t B.uli

'- - have receded-of maintaining what I thought the slavery in the States and Territories recognizedby its revelations respecting the 'intrigues of Great I her hut night between Senator ClenMoaof Alabama, 1M lJ".. III
4 '
: rights of the majority of this body,in determining whatshould the I legislation of li>60." The principle of lion. Britain in tbo island of Cuba. Event are manifestly and Mr. Harris ofMiMissippl ,Mr.CIemena was iotrodoced Nz TOM I.bra*, ,
be done with iutervenUou" uot the words contained those laws. to Mr. Harru. who declined replying: The S The BritUh mail j
regard to this amendment, when hastening to the conclusion which the Union foretoldthe ateaoHhip Europa C
StUritJ. lIar .4, 1851. it waft aid there was an understanding among tome Now we ascertain what was thepriuciple upon which introduction wu unsolicited., Mr. Clemens retorted with Liverpool data to the llth ittt .
abolition of shivery in Cuba and the subjugation that be would make Harris Mr. Harris '
both responsible. 1'.d
gentlemen to continue the diacusciou till there could that legislation proceeded. by looking to what New York. 1&
f r be DO decision on account of the expiration of the session. was put iuto the laws. and to what Congress refused of the inland under Ole dominion of the negro rejoined antrrily, when Mr. C. drew a itvolvar and LITIWOOI. Contw MIMIT.-Th

'.-Three DolUn pr UJnmn,if paid in I want to show die vote upou receding. On to put into them; and examining the subject hi that race. Tbe Spanish Government consent to the spoliation -, struck Harris a heavy blow on the head cutting it in UM IJMrpool market fer tM Week ear. of __.

S.I.q .d.; II 10 U paid wiC Z .of taM time the oucttioa to recede from the third amendment of light, we find that the legislation of 1850 was founded of Cuba at the instance of Great Britain, and dangerously, felling him to the ground. Clemena 10th mat, comprise 82,000 bale. The .
rfMbacribiaf; d400 tUM doftiM year. Ad- Uw Senate,' which I have stated, it was determined a distinct repudiation of the idea of making than seized a choir but was prevented (rom a further good and prieo stiBer. SjMralafras
::1 .vtrtfaeaMftti Oat DUkr upon any to render it of American ambition as the attack his friend who interfered.. The difficulty to* !,
; Ii unworthy by
ptr pMreof 11 for first, in the affirmative-yeaa 29, nays 26 duTcrencce between the condition of a people )lying and exporters .000 bale*, leaving 44.000 LL j5*,
I.. .a fifty Cmta for all Mbaeftent iamtioM. An- I. Tbayeas were: on one side of a line of latitude. and the condition ofa beaten crew scuttles the ship to prevent its falling into remains unexplained and a duel is anticipated. deeerip lor the trad*. Wdiar to IfaZ..

r ..eIM naa.f a didatea, Fin Dollar each dtvya Messrs. Allen Baldwin Benton Bradbury. Breese, people lying on the other aid ; tptybat wu OCCOMplitkul the hands of tile enemy. Spain and England both Mr. Crampton the British Minister, gives a splendid Ugan'a circular, the quotations are a. fcUowYT"*-
to be paul is .. Re&pova and Marriage dinner party to day-having behaved badly on
. ufacM.not exce.& 12 One,Obituary will be Bright Cameron Clarke Conun, David of Massiichuwtfs ugminst the speeches cttdvotst oftholetoutfttrn i err if they think the American Government will consent the occasion of JulhWs concert whilst playing the Fair Oneana.. .. ...... ........ .. 5__

ratia. tirXo certifioatea of tbe publication pububedf of Dayton. Dickenaon, Dix, Dodge, Douglas, Feldi, delegation pon ttitijtoor. I to such a consummation. The Southern Statesof National Quadrille, he i i. said to t. making preparations Middling Orlean.._...." '' '?
estauorkgal "
Mtfeea of any description will be ciea Fitzgerald, Greene, Hale Unmlio, Hennegaa Hous this confederacy are sensitively alive I to change for a magnificent dinner in honor of Washing FalrUpTand...... ......''IIto- .

I aMil. .Artisiz f. p. ton.Miller, Nile. PhehM" Spruance Uuham, Walker, Literary Notices.SoutleriL in the social condition of and would any ton's birth-tlay-to make up for his want of propriety Mid lq Mplaud............ 'IcL

and Webeter-29. _Ecleelir._.____.._Th__!_ _limnrv____ _number__u of this Cuba never submit on the occasion above alluded to REX. Ou the day of the departure of theZ
The nays were: interesting monthly outable.1t contains' to a revolution which would jeopard the stabilityof Liverpool the Cotton market had '
Senator Hallery will %xept oor*etawwledgments .Messrs. Atcfahwon Badger Bell, Borricn, Borland. choice selections from the best periodical of the day their own institutions. If it be the wish of England : II. The Committee on Public Lands have agreed upon appearaDce. The transaction of the.IIWJJ.-loth .

for the First Part of Herodoo't Exploration of the Butler Calhoun, Days of Mississippi, Downs Fuote, and matter. This magazine does and Spain to precipitate the acquisition of Cuba a report adverse to the proposed grant of land to the the extent of 8,000 bale. 2,000 of which vm Wilt to
Amazon with Hunter Johaeoa el Marylatid, Johnson Louisiana a variety original by speculators and .
explanatory Map by the United States the coul'lle. > The market ;
they precisely heirs of the soldiers of the of
ohosM of Georgia Lewis, Mangum, Mason, Metealfe. honor to the publwlwrs l and to our country and should pursue war 1812 and of the Indian Itead'j

Pearce, Rusk Sebastian Turuey, Underwood Wetttcott -. be liberally patronized by Southern men. It is published to accomplish their design. If it be once known in wars since 1790. Tbe Secretary of the Interior Denn tonn Co, quote Fair Orleaw? (,

. lion. Jfttktnn Mortoii; took 1m teat in the&*nteoH aid Tulec*5." I I by I. H. Firten
the IO& uh, having been prevented from doing: BOr We, of the South, w re all united,originally and, I B/ac ..',.-The January number is one of unusual -. abolition of slavry in the island, no power could pre served in the wars previous to that with Mexico at 61; Middling a& iiI: Fair Uplands at 81' aDd 1Ii4." h

i ; OB account of the linen of }" Morten. believe, test with two exceptions on the question of vent the conquest of Cuba by the American pecopleThat and that the dUng Uplands at 5d. ::
roceding. We voted We interest It contailll-A Pointer in Persia; The 608.000 says proposed grants of bounty The stock of Cotton on band at
together. preferred losing uyerpool is
t: the bill losug-\'bat': This very Missouri Quiet Heart ; Div -sTlie Engli.-h at Home; The they are doing this very thing we regard as a lands would require 83,000,000 of acres. The passage 487 bale. ofwhieb 31-1.110 are Ama'an. 621. (
We ionert the first compromise ,
on page a recent decision of the line. So stood the can in 1S48. Pnst and Future of China; The last Fruit off on old fact beyond dispute.The I of the bill for the establishment of this system PaoYJAlo-Western Canal F1oit is quoted at ;

. :: Supreme Court of the United States in a ense which Now, sir, in 1850, \e have manifold evidences that Tree, tc., d'c.Jdi"Lu"g would require an army of clerks for fifteen years, and -lOa" and Ohio at 411. Yellow Corn at 4h. IDd .J

.ft has pasted through! all the Courts of Florida in which southern gentlemen upon this floor tlceircd tmtiiing Ktfieic; Jiunary 1851.-IVfiiles the 1I?. Alexandria (Va.) Gazette-deservedly one Of would absorb all the revenues from the public lands Wlmite4Os.6J.POLITICAL LVTEUJOCICI. 'if
J! A. T. Bennett, Eeq, lute member of the House of southern the world gentlemen but the Missouri thought comjirumito the hue WHS lim-a con.Some titutioual ual amount of excellent matter, Ct'utuiJl8 an article upon the most influential w big papers in the Union-tikes for at least the same period. Reckoning tbo value of chanle. -Politics continue wit! .,.,:

Representatives from Franklin and now a resident exerrite of power; others thought it Was not; the Otttnnaii Kwj.irs which will be found of special very decided ground in favor the Nebraska-Kauris the land at the usual Government prices, the proposed The Cunard Company deny the report that tb 1

merchant in New Orleans was one of the partic and but anxious that Uiis vliulc I bill. Commenting! t.u the fact that President u its ardent steamers have been chartered by the OUYeuunent
were they intel t'sL just at this juncture t>f affairs in Europe- donation would be equivalent to a gratuity of *10J- Co
;4z Col. Parish Carter'a well known, citizen of O orgin.Il. be closed up, and future agitation avoideI.that supporter, the editor of that journal eays : I convey troops to Turkey.
JSrr/A lJ'Jh.-'nl vebnwry number contains : 000,000. The news from the East is not of
was the other. This case has attracted much attention without reference to any diffcnuee of opinion upon "The approval of the, Pi esiden* gives the matter, of : special ima
that sUbject all we asked! was the out the Tie Text Shakespeare; Convbt-are and HOUAHI on tance. Everything continues precisely! as left til
and much discussion in caining I course, no political authority with us ; but we are 3f": The Washington tar that it is held in last intelligence. Nu
:1: and out of the says reply has been
unueoe principle established in 1820, bv the continuation of StPaul ; Hennlotus; Arago, his Life ntJ! "coveii pleased to see him stand to the doctriu.- the vet reeeiwd
i Court and various up only the Treasury Department that the amount of from the Czar to the ultimatun of France
House opiuii/na of the merits involved the line through Uie newly acquired Territories. safe the pensiondue and InaT
i'iI; and I :i1 l ; and tlxju j tce'ofthc decisions made, have Now I must troulta the Suirite by calling attention and its Political contingencies. the people of u Territory tilt right to tll.i"h! or a pensioner, under several acts of Congress, can Count Orloff left Vienna

:! expressed is always the caso in to one vr two (.r these eaSes in ItfSO, n1 Sol much prohibit slavery according to their, own pleasure. .. be properly paid without a separate power of attorney be on the 8th. direct fcffl
a Petersburg, having )
ailed in his !
1W'8Iit- ('n1uut..f the Senate, Itcc.uicu wi- all riMiU'inber it ; JJeliexin that all the of all the attempted
But as Mr. Bennett has i ]' "" :t.ites biue under each act. One power of attorney will be mission
. : uniformly been successful be but the country Might to kuuw where we f1 fore and they sufficient, if it covers all the time for which the The existence of a Greek has
. y Jury Courts it is but to that and why we st.mil where we are now. When we had had in pensions conspiracy btea.r.
. fir presume arc I'.mJor! oMi;utious jo the H>n. A. E. Maxwell Territories of Utah anil l New Mrxicn! we covered, which bad
t l.had some &r of claim against his and before us the bill for the admission, of the state (t C.il-I Stnti-ti'-s of see no reason why the same principle which has len is due UBJr all the acts-the attorney making an.l extenJed itself very eeoenll*

that his antgonist ifumia, an amendment was moved by )Ir. King to ,i for a 'pml'lo'C.tumc, containing the aplic'l| to the latter &LoulJ not bu applied to the oath, as required by the regulations, that he has no extensively throughout Turkey. It Las teA ,
ease was not !
of down.
quite '
so justice is1huuaudtongued I which I wif
rumor has represented it t be. my friend from Connecticut alluded the other day ; I). 1 Ll11E"'J.: I, Professor of Political Economy in --- pension-money the A Danube severe encounter the lisa taken place at GufSen,till

it will serve to illuntnitc what) I say of the determined the University of Loii'sinna.;' and Blitor of the L'friocWaring Commercial Convention in Charleston.A A substitute for the Maine liquor law was adopted at.n"k,was result of wfcM' if not known. Another ,
daily for :
earnestness with whi'h southern gentlemen here iut-is- at Kalefat, as Omar
F; The Missouri Compromise. his; name, pul.lle.hed in: New Oilcan: who 1 iu circular hits been te'it us givi.iij: notice that on in the Maryland House of Delegates on the 16th ell asha Lad entirely recovered from his
ted upon that v ;g Last week the Sfntimt very coolly cxhilftcd its bama. moved an am('11I 1 III l'lIt. the effect "f wfiich was Match, 16:;3, un-ler the appumtment cf l'n.i'cut! the 10th of April n Cumrncrcial Convention is to he It nurely provides for taking the vote of the peopleon an.l his army on the Danube were in fine health and

profound ignorance of tlw. political history, of llic country i to make the southern bonndaij-: that' Stuff: S5 si<,i. Pierce, took charge of the CeIUIInllro'IU.. aid! reor- held iu Charleston. The Committees are making arrangements the question. The result is to be communicatedby sj'irits. j

7 by intimatiuj that thi.sc who. hAd been the( advocates -!I A motion was made by Mr.*Davis, of :1I""III'JI.| to gauized it with nn intelligence] \\hieh. i is the N--t commentary for the accommodation and) entertuiimcnt the Governor to legislature next session. immediately Nothing new re-enter from Asia.the The allied fleets are to ;
umc-iid it by striking out *:;i anti putting I in 4uG' so Sea. The amba's- ;
. tr extendiug the Missouri in on the fitncts of the sdccli, TI.e volume of the membe The Courier thut ** other dors arc much dissatisfied
. -0 Compromise 1850. as to make it the Mi >soiiti i c<) iij>roiui o line,and] it was ; I says am.II; with &e returuof the fleet* 1
The lion. Samuel has
ee the opp nieiits of the non-intervention principleas determined in the lI'gntiH'- JG, na\s :2. Those 04iiitMins lii'2'2) pigs:: hiding off thfci-untn-: States. features of the week, we UMileritauil that a public Ingralmm been nominatedby to the Bosporus. f

embodied in the Territorial Tills for New Mexico who voted in the :iflui inative were: Countic, di-tm' jets, jiui.-'hr! cites and: t'\n The dinner, ball; an-1! excursion aie }projected, an-1 I that the the Democratic Convention of Connecticut for Governor The Emperor of Russia ia reported sick, he not 'I

,) I- wad Utah, and as now proposed to)be incrporteJ ")It-ssrs. Atchiuson }3ailgr, iSarnwcll, IJcrrion Butler total population! if the United States N sit down at Theatre, in all pr.ilability, will be the & cue of the (.f the State. Resolutions were also passed by having A change Jeculecn in the out Russian for acidic time past. ,:
Clemins, IXivis uf MisMSaipju, D.i\vti>u, Downs, the Convention tile of the Missouri Ministry is reported u .J
g the Nebraska BilL Such an intimation from a source Foote, HuusUni Hunter, King, Mungum, M.i on. Morton J3,191H7G! : aa.I the numU-r of families at 3.5'J-V-IO-! ilelibenitK'113 of the Couvontion. opposing repeal lavmcj taken place. _

which b manifested so little gJ for fact on re Tratt HUtk,8ct.\Ftiau. Soulc Tourney, Under As a matter of interest to our readeis we give the We arc likewise gratified: to learn that w ith most Cum promise. Mahomed Ali bi other in-hvw of the Suit-in accord 4

pat occasions. hitherto, was! surpi ising. Ne\er wood, nUll Yulec-23." following summary relative to Florida: commendable libeiality the Iatunlllt Westtrn n. il- cr.. The Washington Star says it has the most ing and to Achmel report Pasha has been succeeds superseded the latter by Re'?d Pasha_, ;.
I a?
t thelcs8 there is something due to public opinion to Thon upon Mr. King's original amendment, to make Xuuiber families", ,lSjj load Company of Georgia, have announced,th-irinten-f, reliable authority f-r the statement that Governor Some doubts however are thrown upon thu report

\ truth and to historic e\'ent which the editor had newell j st 35)30 id-the yeas southern 20! nays bouuditry 37. of Culifortiia, the ute ilo of white persons, 47,203lo lion nf instructing the Conductors on their road to pass Seymour, of New York U a strong advocate for tLe their England and France are continuing to iccrfa

take into the account when he undertakes to Tlowho voted in the nflinnativc are: (1 of slaves SrJ,310d free both ways all delegates who shall present proper !i"o enactment of the Nebraska and Kansas bill. Gov. S The respective W. H.armaments Davis on a large scale. ;
ship from
1- pak of the post The truth i is, there never was a I: "M.fjFl"". Atchinsnn, Itarnwdl, IVrrion,, ButU-r. Clemens > of free colored, P32 cllcrs." is a "Soft" was totally lost on the 28th Liverpool ef January New on Orleans tie i

timt. in the history of the South, from 18SC up to the t, Dad. of Missi ijipi DawRon Downs, Flt't. Total pojiulatioti 87,445 / The objects of the Convention, and the subjects' to I "I-laml of Barns oo tile west coast of Scotland and all i

ali iou o conan, when she was. not ready to accept Houston Iluutcr, King, Mason, Morton, 1'iatt Uusk, Acne ol land, in fauns, improved, 31'IOI9. be brought befi/re it, says the circular, are fraught NEW YORK MARKETS. hands, except the steward, were lost.

.: that compromise as a, final settlement of the agitating Sebastian, Soule! Tuniey, and I Yulee." d) lo unimproved, 1,240,210 I with so much interest to the entire Southern IIUlt l SouthWestern NEW-YORK:, Feb. 23. France is making extensive financial arrangements
those who voted in the to meet the of the
question of t11\cr.and the doctrine of nou in- i Among negative was myself. : Cash value of farm, 50,323,101)) I country, that a full attendance is cons-Mered On Monday the Cotton market at New York was LATER expenses CHINA DEATH coming war.
'' So resolute was I for inflating upon that pat twulur KROM or THE Eirrxaoa cr
tcrveution was not resorted to and insisted upon untilit liue of 30 SO, the reason for which I will explain iu a Value of f.trtuiiij! implements and important,and the above necessary to ensure ire firm, with sales 2.250 bales of which speculators JAP\\.-The China overland mail is Ulegrsphed .
toclk:111 bales.
was found that the North had determined to repudiate few minutes, that I voted against Mr. King amendment mnchinery, 653,795 'J and Orleans Middling Upland' was quoted at with dates to the 27th December. From llinglo and
|. MtJuli'.g at H'J cents. The sale of
that line. In Value of live stock > Nebraska Bill in the House. Amoy the dates are to tbe 22<. The insurgents have
1836 says Mr. Stephens (whig) 'J, S( ,05S Gotten for the week an- 16,375 bales. Flour baa experienced -I
Mr. BUTLER Will the allow burned large portion Shanghai and find also
c Ger in his able speech.th other day in the one word I gentleman me to do animals slaughtered $51 HI5; The correspondents of several Southern papers a decline of from 12 J to 25 cents per bbl.SjiiiiU tured Teesing, a city only tight miles; from Pekin.-cap

JoUI. 1836, 184., 1847. 1848, 1850 the south offered say'Mr. BADGER. Certainly.' do of home manufactures, 75,582 seem doubtful ns to the probable fate of the Nebraska of Turpentine is dull, with sales nt 6'J centsper I Il S Trade is reported dnll. TIle death of the Emperor t

d priuciple of the Missouri compromise a AIr BUTLER I find that tIre amendment of Mr.[ Bushels of Indian Corn, l,9l/R.80'J Bill iu the House of llepresentuiivej" But we obI i l gallon.bbl. The GiRl rates bbK!of of Coffee Common aud Sugar Rosin sold continue at $1.t0 Japan, and the seizure of New Caledonia by the
ap un-
ptib t territorial I questions then pending, but tb King to make 35 3U lire southern boundary of Caliilomia do ofoat, 66.58G serve that the Nirthierii'hig presses express fears: j-er changed.Money. French, are both ccnfirmuL'

j would lot acquiesce in it and Senator Calhoua has,been misunderstood. The reason that most do of Wheat 1,027 altogether the reverse. The correspondent of the I is easier, and the rate of exchange ia as THE Nr.tm.'E.Blu.One of our letters from
Jot of us vote*! fcr that line was because it was on the
4 said he would' abide by it for the sake of peace. But mountain tops. That was the reason given by Mr. do ofllye, 1,152 Courier d Kiiqwr counts up thirty-two Northern previously quoted. Washington, in relation to this coining from

; the north almost unanimously rejected it Well did King, and the variation from the Missouri HUe was do of Sweet Potatoes, 757,220 mt.'mkrsho will vote for it, aud concludes that if an" old correspondent in the days of mjlliflcation. says:
DEPUTY SHERIFF SHOT. We are in more danger [meaning danger to the Union
be remember, and pcihopa many get here romebere.1 uot material, and it was thought to be the Lit IKIUIIdarj do of Iikh! Potatoes, 7,828do I the South goes for it with unanimity its passage i is ] than when we formerly corresponded with each
-. Southern COLUMBUS GJ. Feb, 28.
that die lath day of June, 1850 gentlemen were j-crffotly willing, at (1, peas and beaus 135,359 certain. Subsequently the same correspondent ndds : other. I raProvience! mal avert the peril" .
P O that time, to take any boundary which would be udhei Deputy Sheriff Robinson of this city was shot last ,
; the floor of that House offered Pound Tobacco, 938.014 14 There continues to be much speculation upon the other correspsient a amember of Congress from our .1
I to in faith.Mr.BADUEK. lied
t 0 e good named He within half
St t night by n man Wright (
probable fate of the Nebraska bill in the House of own State, writes OIore hopefully, and : 'A f
. .. continue by this He well recollected I understood that, and of course do do Rice 1,075.090do an hour after the occurrence. Wright has been arrested storm i.i the Nebraska says
m cmpie Hltpr nt.aticl. My opinion remains as before expressed. on qUf'Stiun-bnU .2
fcji that day; and but'it except was from the North, I did not think that one degree either way was very I of Wool 23,247 I think the bill will pass by a large majori and is now in jaiL think things will come 8traight-CAQTlutllll Ciancr. -
but I anxious stick Minsoufi
DO man Toted 1 recogofoe it The South was preyed important; line. was to to the )Dales of Cotton, 400 Ibs. 45,131hInshieads ty. But many members of the House believe the result .

1 .compromise 1 .f doubtful. There will be more votes for it from GREAT FLOOD IN TIlE SUSQUEHANNA.
the Wall They would Mr. MASON. Will the Senator r.-ad the Sugar 2,750 The State
t 'eNo wRwyieldin. negative New York than I supposed. A democratic number Treasurer of North Carolina advertises ft
!. have *aH o nothing-every foot of territory we had vote on the amendment of)Ir. King (Jnlloi.j of MoIhSbe.*, ::2S'J3, who has canvassed the delegation with care, BALTIMORE Feb. 28. for sale oUO.OOO bonds of the State of North Corolioa. ,

aui from Mexico; and when the South saw that Mr. BADGER, Yes,sir; those who voted in the Number of Hoifec, 10,i-1S there will be eight or ten. But it is said that sonie says A heavy freshet has taken place in the Susquehan- The bonds will bear late from jan'y 1st 1854. have ;
negative are: nn, caused by the recent great lain storm. Yesterday attached, and will be wuetl in sums of f 1,000or
there waa faith in the North-he spoke of the Free8oH do oi Asses and mue", 5,(JU2lo of the thirty or forty votes for the bill will be neutralized
D Havre de flooded and the railroad
Grace track
"Mi-sure.BfllI'BaldWin. Benton. was 5,000 to suit the purchasers-the treasurer reserving
Bradbury,Bright, ) by the opposition of Southern member If
sentiment of the North-they sid, If you obliterate < of Much CowS, 72.S76 was washed a.wny. No trains have arrived from the the right of lids in the bole or in
Cass, Chase Clarke, Clay, Cooper, C .rwin, iJII\'ia ofMassachusetts the South break flout the bill. is surely defeated!, tie accepting
atl-mub.: must throw ourselves back Dayton. Dickiuson, Dodge) of Wisconsin do (.f Woi king oxrri, 5,794 honor of that section will be saved wid the peace of East to-ilay. part as he may consider best. Bid will be received

upon ou constitutional rights-Uie rights we possess Dodge of Iowa, Douglas, Fetch Greene, Hale, do of Other cattle, 18 .U5 the country will be restored. at the Treasurer' office until the 26th February.

under tb Coaetitutiou of the United States. El&tnlin, Jones,Mangum Miller, Norris, Pearce, 1'helps, (It) of Sheep, 23,311 The very reverse of this correspondent's conclusions Anti-Nebraska Meetings. N.>rth Carolina. bond are now quoted in New York at
Seward Shields Smith Sprnance. Sturgeon Under $107 to $103.Prohibitory
BOSTOX. 23.-An immense of the
.y Thus, it was not until the repeated instances (t., ofSwiuc, 209,453 would follow should the South break front" She meeting I
Nor i wood Upham Wales Walker, and Whitcomb. citizens of Boston, and vicinity was held at Faneuil r__ in lissiz.-We lean
.L1 1 ,h the South Compromise the 3 1st the Senate the baptist Churches, fig would be dishonored and the peace of the countrymore Hall this evening to against the of I Liquor.LA
ute tt
t lr Again on July, having compromise protest passage saya the Vicksburg Whig of the 26th, that the Ml
1t was Dot t be applied t the Mexican acquisitions' bill under consideiatiou ilcthi idist do fe"JVohyteriau seriously jeoparded limn in 1850. The Missouri the Nebraska BilL All parties were represented.The which passed the lower branch of the Legislature hit

that the South threw herself bock upon her original On motion by Mr. Douglas to amend the bill by do 16; Compromise now applied is the Wilmot Proviso, neither Hon.Samuel A. Elliott presided and speecheswere week for tbe suppression of the liquor traffic ab

; and insisted, upon the motion of Mr. Soulc, inserting in section five liue five after the word Vitot' 1-!|.iUet>pal do 10 more nor less. mode It by the Hons.Geo.Abbott S. Hilliard Lawrence Rev., Dr.Josiah R. passed thc Senate on Tuesday eremug-but With.
rhe Quincy, _Winthrop_ mendment! If the amendments of the Senate go
, 1 that t principle of Don-intneutio 8 ably presented 'by time summit of the Rocky Mountaius, aud on the' Protestant do 2 : I Blagdcu 1 r. StevenB,Le, all in denunciation of the g' through the lower house the bill will go into effect
J'oliliciant dispatch
r south the of th latitude Pulpit ipi BQstUfl.-A telegraphic -
by thirty-eighth parallel DUI Catholic do and resolutions
proposed appropriate
0 Nicholson should out, and 5 measure immediately. _
, th let b er "A motkn was made by Mr. Butler thut the Sen. Total number of churcties h states that on Sunday morning Feby. 12, Rev. a.Iopted. The Hall was crowded to excess by an at.
j' hence its appfetwuto Utah and New Mexico. While 177 13S Gen. Alfred Dockery bas been nominated
:. ate adjourn; and E. N. Kirk, in his sermon at the Mount Vernon Church, tentive audience, including many prominent demo-
: the admission of California 'u 'open question, the It was determined in the negative. Value of church property 165OO condemned the crats. The speakers were loudly cheered. Ex-Gov Whig candidate for Governor of North Carolina.

't\ floridion, in common with "The amendment proposed by Mr. Douglas having \UilU who cannot lead and Write, 3,859 IJ".toll, eloquently and pointedly ernor Clifford sent a letter cordially endorsing the resolutions. J3f Nebraska contains 136, 700 square miles sad

the -in common oey.t with hUt.entire c been: modified, on motion by Mr. Atcliinsoo, by strik- Of which are males 1756 Nebraska IJilL The Christian Church!, he said, slunild would seventeen States as large as Massachusetts.

' Sler press th CongreMioa i ng out thirty-eight' and inserting 'thirty-tix i degrvts females not cloce her eyes to the reckless ambition of trailing tsr- It is said that Purdy. the manager af the Nutinal
delegation from State 2,123
i advocated the thirty minutes; legislators nor cease to pray for their conversion to Death of Gen. Armstrong.WA.MHNUTOX Theatre New York. has made $50. 000 from
. ; extension bat line the Pacific it because On the to to the amendment The nativities of the population are thus set down
o t a waa question agree proposed lIe Mr. Kirk the drama of"Uncle Tom's CWU.ProAtabJ.. fbihmthropy -
and cIiJightcnlpriucil'1e" ( ) 10 P.M. Geueral
holiest 23. Armstrong,
1o: of the refasal of the North continue that hue by Mr. Douglas, as ametided.a Born iu the State 19)120) : 1 *
t iu his adhesion to the compromise of 1830 editor aud proprietor of the Union died this evening
It was determined in the negative-yeas 26, nays Born out of the State and in the United given Donn of is the mml tot
through (tvn.coupled wit Uie high handed proceedings clear for the sake of at his resilience iu this city, after an illness of several S3g Piatt (. Cincinatti .;
87. hardly with a conscience
lj of tb Taylor adnaioktration, that the Plot itt 41 On motion by Mr. Chase States, 25,382 though the and unity of the whole country. weeks. His history id well known to the country. the France.gentleman appointed Secretary of Legation toJ.l I

: 1 ian opposed the admission that State the "The and being desired by one fifth of Burn in foreign Countries 2,740 permanent peace I -
t biter yeas nays Unknown The passage of the Nebraska Bill would, in his opinion I A bill passed both houses of the Georgia Ii4 t.
the Senators
end present, III Fi om tAt Savannah Daily Morning jVincjt.
: revolution. lIe regretted that the ture, during ita recent session making Faro deahcg a
in the affirmative constitute a
who voted
"Those arc- ,
, E not oointeresting readers The number of deaf, dumb blind insane and ediot- NEW You Feb. 26th. '
. I may b (o t b "Messrs. Atchinson Badger, Rani well, Ilfll, Berrien, author of the bill should have been born iu New En- penitentiary offence.
ic down at The Senate of Rhode Island has annuled the sentence -
are 101 of
; made fully acquainted with the repeated efforts made Butler Clcmins Davit of Dickinson put bhtves are 35, free
invoked the of the
In conclusion ho
of Gov. T. W. Dorr
by the Seuth to obtain a permanent settlement of the : Douglas, Downs, Foote Hoiutcn Hunter, King, colored 1. whites Gfi. The increase in the white glantL prayers OFFICERS OF THE GRAND DIVISION-.OF T.
The Ohio has failed to elect U.
and Legislature again a
i Mason Morton Pearce, Pratt Rnak Seba.stiIU1.Suult' fioin 184 to' I church for our legUlatoia at Washington, especially The Officers elected for tbe present
'f"'H slarery question by securing from the North a clear re' pulnti"n 1SSO, was 68.92 per S. Senator. following were

: cognition of the Missouri Compromise. A speech made Torney, Underwood, and Yulee." ctnt, {,f the slave :2.811 1 <-f thin free colored 14.07. for Senator Douglaa and 1'1I nklin Pierce. I Smith the h'\ age master of the New Haven and year, at the last session of the Grand Division of tie

?k n on the ldi ult by Senator Badger (whig,) of North Again-fur this question was tried in everpooi. The pojuilation of Florida in 18.,0:; was :ai30-iu The Uev. Theodore Parker also made the Nebraska ;l Springfield Railroad 1m been arrested charged with state of Florida; held in Tallahassee, on the 25th of

blc form on the California bill, Mr. Foote moved) to 18-j 1't and in Dill the. subject of his morning discourse denouncingit robbing the mailto the amount of $100OCO. viz
Ib5' 1854
54,177. '
Ji! Carolina furnubes to our Land the facts, whK-h we 87.J-J. January, :
amend by inserting a proviiou that the State of Culiforioa and its author with eloquence anti sarcasm. i The Gate Court Martial has been brought to a
. h here quote: should never claim as within her bounduiii-H Tlic population l I.y counties in 1850 ih thus given: close. Col. G.\Us addressed a long letttr to tho President G. W. P., JOHN )L W.D.ivmso.v, of Quincy Flo

f Mr. BADGER. Now Mr. President, I propose to any territory south of 36 30. and it was determined ci Henry Ward Beccher followed the sr.nie example, of the Court denying the charges. The proceedings G. W. A, GKO. H. MEGJJJXUS, Tallahassee "

f,'4 come to thee inquiry whether the principle of tlte leg- : in the uegutivc-yeas 23, nays $:. Twenty-three aCOU and inveighed, iu doe presence of Boston officials, including of the Court have been sent to Washing G. .J. HEaT O"'TU-r, i

(;.'\i lAt OIl of 1S20 has not been in fact departed from, southern Senators voted in favor of this amendment ZJ Lieut! Governor Plunkctt against Nebraska ton. G.T, THOMAS J. Pwuuss, '1 -

. 4t! overturned and repudiated. First sir, 1 call your at- Then, again, Mr. Tunicy, of Tennessee proposed an 'TIES. = i 13 b in a similar: vein. Tbe administration and Senator Wm. and Clara Harris have been arrested iu New Cottixa, Monticello "

!,'I tendon to oa nvead aeot moved in the Senate to the amendment containing this provision 'thut her south ,- 00 n1 ___ Eo- York charged with the murder of Dr. Lutener. G.CJori. ,
stand low in the of these "
'2! bill to establish the territorial government of Oregon.fr era limits shall be restricted to the Missouri compromise Ala hULIIi1i 'JuP 1 2,521 Douglas very esteem Apos" Tlie Paper Mill and Oil Cloth establishment Ar- G.S, ELUAU H. BO-KER Madison, -

By reference to the Journal d August loth 1848 it line, ((36 30 north latitude,) and it was rejected Caltioun. S<(J 453 :Z* 1,377 tit,. Wo suspect the President and the "little giant" gcrs A Gushing at Wheeling was destroyed by fire 0. Chaplain CHAS. E. DTK. Tallabaasee. "

""" be seen: by a vote of 20 yeas and CO nays. CCJlIIIILin.! 3,.>tl 1::til; 1 4,808 will survive the anathemas of Messrs. Kirk & Co. yesterday loss $20, 000. -

;fR' On motion by Mr Douglas to amend the bill, section Again, on the bill for establishing the boundaries If Dade, 147 11 1 159Duval ) Alfred Tiller baa been arrested at Ooondaguo. N. A Strong Certificate. -

f':, fourteen, liue oue, by inserting after the word Texas and a territorial government for New Mexico, 2.38: 2,100 05 4.539 A Buffalo correspondent of New York Express says charged with the murder of his that wife.his T.had\ife was endeavored From the Stcubenville! Herald, March 25, 1851.trr .
enacted f_ _ motion was made bv Mr. C>IA*>K to amend thc bill l Eseim.l.ia 2.014 l::J2)7 7 4.351 : 1 to create impression advertbemoi it
u is truth in tile that The readier is referred to nn
!, lioe of 8t north V : Fraiikhii, 1181 :17 1.561 that there no report any eng *- murdered by burglers.
v ; Tbat the 90 of latitude, no wn In by inserting; section 22, line '. after the word reiktts i- 0 wuedee-
tin Misaonri compromise line as defined by the eighth < ," nor shall- thtir be in said territory either slavery Lcltckti 3.897 4SI\0 7 8,78-1 I IHallJilt.rI inent" exists between Ex-President lmorcalJ11:8: another column, which gives tIe detail of a which

; It Action of an act entitled An act to authorize the i people or involuntary servitude otherwke than in the 11)17 685 U :,l l1lJI'l1ulJI.lo Porter of Niagara, as .tated! from Washington by the Scorn of the Northern Compromisers. is ful certified cure from to the have use been of jrZon effected not Vtn.ilfuger in Maine nor a
of Che Missouri to form constitution andKtaU fu1; $22; 926
whereof the thall be duly 0 Nebraska and
puuishmcntof cinnes party The Ex-President: i is l Warm woik be expected from in
Washington gossippers. leading almost
nay Louisville, nor in Oregon but here Jour
4v gvtcvsient. and fur the admission of each State convicted to have been personally guilty it was Hillp1 .ruU b. 17O eGO 11 2.3771LllmIle North will insist
; Time
. .i r into die Uwiue (IQ an equal footing with the original determined in the negative-yeas 20, nays25.! !. 037 13 'i i 12t)5' a very quiet, retired life-and if he is thinking anything Washington Tt.'rritl'ri.the Wilraot Proviso in their ,Territorial upon midst. Head it, and judge for yourselves invited tOt ft*

.4)4? tLste.aDd to t".t\i1tit; slavery ill certain territories.? JUfOkl'Oll, t.'i' 3ra.: 30 6,639JefTerwii of matrimony nobody knows any th ing about it ineorporatin' ha North but 36J :0.ro .- Public attention. is most respectfully- .-
I will not trouble the Senate with rending those Government, although they .
.. .. Iet1OW.CLrLeft
unvarnished statement of own
! 4 approved 3LaE 6tb, 1820. be. and the i same is herebyi'h 2'lS; 4 I:18 5 1.7S oi me jiiswuri plain. your ,
ara dmcuts Anther. One amendnient, I recnllect. To show their dea-llv seorn uompromise erfuU1
Mr. whose child was won
.tedared ton ft1eDd to the ('aci c ocean and the mid Lerxi, 3,183 8.2.J3 lil; l1H Steplienson. I
; NEWPORT March 1. it the Territorial Goverunu -
Ret out with great p.utictilirity: that tLe Mifsoiiriconi line. they upon restored to health the use of Dr. ITLauo'a Vern '..
Mc with the i herein Levy 320( 115 41i5 by
( eighth section together compromise ]>ronu'>e law should bo extended to the I'ucifc )1.Jk 0 A young man, 17 of age, named George Donnely.of 'nt of Oregon; and to show their malignant and implacable -
effected is revired imd deel n-d to be in full 2>02) 2 (G&S 0 5,400Natiin fuge.
hereby and African
of the South slavery as
and declared to be iu full force Mud binding in the hate
t,,1' force and binding for the future organization of tLe : 2.OC,3(; 1209 1 3.3:38: New Orleans, a hand on Iwnnl the Jas. L. Day, will engraft it Nebraska and Caos3 CHEEK If. near Wint'r rilll'Jtf. Co. 0.t
l with they
ame sense, un< the &am! understanding with it exists there upon
rt: Territories of the United States,in lha same sense, and which it was oligiuwJy adopted. Monroe, 2.0SIi1:1: 126 :,IHS left the steamer in a kii1cin Tuesday, 21st. ut.! nndia W'1I"h ngton. It is to be hope that the South will March 19th, 1851. f

with the avne uaderstaudin with wbioh it was ol'igi.lI&"yaduptect. -i Now sir. what wa* UM result ol'ull these nri'1U1 Nassau l/'Ol 1077 2G 2,164 not since been seen. The skill with his coat was. awake from her supine and stagnant trance. and step MESSRS. J. KInD & Co,-I have a little boy thre

'4 Orange 238 2 iii 2 466 ound adrift circumstinoejo forth armed. and ready, to repelaggrcseionnnd avenge old the 17th .Iayof this month, hat has been
? ,votes? Here was the Territory cf New Mexico, nilot..hch 473 Wednesday, from which years '
In August 1648 the limil>rae 'Senator from HH- small faction I Putnam 201 10 687 insult When the grim flag of her foe is flung out to very delicate in health for some time. After yj"*
except a very not worth St Johns 1417 tin is supposed to have been drowned.An .
foil asked the Senate to rrcogniee and apply the principle south of 30 SO. and the Senator. 115 ,55 the blast let her bo ready to sound herbuglo note over great many other medicines,without receiringWf
mentioning, lay yet Lueie this
St. 111 27 at Dr.ar.Lano's
1 139 of the underwriters has arrived
agent induced to
the I try
postulate Uie fundamental truth the assumed Uie border.-Charleston J/rreitry. benefit from their me, was
pukes to tbe Missouri Compromise
position upi which the resolution of 1820( was baaed, who now, IKr. CUABE us,] moved support to apply the Wilmot- Santa Wakulla Rosa, 2.095 1104( 781 79033G 4 1 2,883 ID5: port, nod taken charge of the steamer Jos.L. Day "The South awake t" Ha 1 La! bat 1 The South American Worm Specific, or Vermifuge relate,w MI.

rc end to carry it to the Pacific oecan. Well, sir, it was proviso to that territory, and voted in every instance I Walton, 1181 0 1811 She left for New Orleans last evening. Itha I I hi I The Democratic part of it would herd put up by your honors-anil wonderful to
oarried in the Senate. I must here and for Federal tone to ter giving him two teaspoons fall he passed.T.
pause laY I in Fred
the and says, except ono cue, where : 1437 501 with Douglass pick -
yea Washington 12 195(1
that right thi g.arw very apt to be earned ;in the Senn' hIs upon name dees net appear at all, against the recognition - HT A ship is daily expected to arrive at Panama ",ArmC\t and ready r Ha I lha ha Pap, baby' worm, some of them very large; and others DOC hicla
I needle u>
ate. The'vole was3aa8S,sys21. believe that liue We laborer for the lull it I. er than a common sized! knitting ; fe1S"
of the Miisouri conjprotnke coaid not 47,202 89,310 032 87,44 from China with a cargo of Chinese pap can even excellent; .
: every gentleman representing a southern) constituency and time die little fellow baa enjoyed
line other have
obtain it The Missouri compromise was rejected Traitors to only scorn contempt
here voted fur that provision. find tbe yeas were- -it was repudiated was, in elf et dtlared not The sexes of theso aggregates show 21,705 white Panama Railroad.fy when they thus-cry wolf" '-wolf" wolL"- ". T. and is at thi. time'gtf tbg Tery fleshy;or IA IS.fb

Ef Mei. Ateb Hen, Badger, Bell Benton Berrieu to be applicable to those tcrrftories, and that the piindjJe males, 21,498 white females 19,804 malt slaves, 18SOfl ,- George M. Dallas late Vie Prtsideat of the Erprtti. old women tkeu"tbe'aY'. And I must .*lie aylbebevetbibad would era this w -

; I norland, Bright,Sutler, Calbwm, ClLtaeroli. Davis of wit should net extend to them. Whet under' female slaves, 4,1 8 free colored males, and K14 UwUd States, has beea nominated by the citizens of It should be borne in mind that tbe Express was a not the Vermifuge tomb.

I4, MUsiMiitpi, licklcon, DenRlas Downs, Fitwcrald, these circumetonce, did Congress dot They passed free colored females. When dflridei'-Mrtft Districts, the Fifth Ward a candidate for Mayor of the eonioli professed advocate of the Clay Compromise bit. been consigned to JOSEPH V. 8TEPHE5SO3-
:t4 Foot, HaaDcgaiC-Houstou, Hunter Johnson of Maryland two bills for territorial' gOTcrtllncnts-one for Utah, the South who opposed thatayanementthat .
denounced at TallahaMee
the West shows 'l82 terly in
an aggregate population of ; dated of For sale at all tho Drag Stores
Jobnsoo of Louisiana. Johnson of Georgi*, King, lying north of 3C 30, aud
b. Lewis, aignm, Mason Metcnlfe. Tearce Sebastian,. all ttt wVileli was south of M $0, in precisely the same the Middle '7goo; the East 22,116 and the South The members of tbeMinneaotlLrogislature Then it has been the loudest in its denunciations at one Agency in .every Town 9'in the >tCONSUMPTiON .

Sproaam, Starg- Tarsal, aad Uaderwood-3Z." words in respect to this whole nuLjeet-matUr putting 5610. The population of Florida in now probably have resolved to give one day's per diem to the of the Southern democrat for ,refuting to March 4 .18 -

The ay wtjreMewrc : them exactly upon the same twUog, and eonfcrring ovclOO,000., National Monument keep'up the sectional controversy by espousing' ; the -: everi'ik'

Aflea AQiertau Baldwin,Bradbary Breeae upon each of them tho same amount of legislative Washington cause of the Hardshell cf Gotham and for eattAfning .
Chute'Corwiiv Davis of MatsacbiiMtU l>aytoa. Dir, power, and treating the lino of m 30 III if it had politically It i i.s stated that the American sailors who py The Boston Courier says that notwithstanding the present achnioi s ratioo in iU effort to noifc the afltU ingdi.eaa It eswm.nce5"aw.of ,t tba

Dode, Fekh Greeoo. }Ualc Hamlio MU ler. Mile*, ,no cxisteuce. have: VM been in prison so long at Havana on the charge the cold weather, the amount of lee stored in that democracy: of ,tho.country.OQ pu jiA lily oft** f OM- inaiduou lj tL*t Wore' ODe k. d ., "

V 1i34 U. WsXkiT.ndW.bmer-21' Now, w.-.l'rl'lidl'flt.tu recur, for a moment,to what I I vicinity has not been mor than_ tbrce- uarters of, ,an proJlI lt'. Now wa shall see it among the. most seal- area Qt.u'tT. eqa. .
thu with of being engaged in the slave trnde Lava been sentenced advocate for tboyirtWlt application of the Wil- from hAt.LG ql4t pr9d; QIII aa t. i- j
souL; point mentioning that the ou*
.tGw" to( 6tWe.." upon ; prinei
J'MWU .t ;' pie upon which an enaetnuMtt U founded, UM principle to tho'chain gang for four years.Uf average crop. mot Proviao i ia the 'Nebraska bill, in otter disregard few daY 1 or .. .uid.r .c "
'Th.ft'eus .. aniud.b
-_., ... .! '.... .a ofi ost of w.*rule cfwaductfrnra, ia aon eriglaalvraMtfMd S OP Jamea.B.>Clay, EKJ, aoa of the) late. Henry at the m *n> f aDd lpirW of the thecomprornU 1 830. QNSUMTIIO7er alr&M Id ".

*.54 ..NS-1 .. 4s pp'N.( crutfr. a yvyMf la'Uiua. admitW ,to be ,TIM ship Erica* made;two triaUrips, Clay has purchased a stallion in New York.for which _So 4 much' .n.a1 fix-tte 7)/fff/tJ editors. -\flC1L consisteney-nfi. tu* akcexity S lung the lDp1arnt.oQtaid..o(we t..pe* (no1)11 of Jt1d'0D'Cbd'
Mt St vhaeh the law, to rite*f eoodoet aata .
iUai.-4si I u.tiOQ. wbttaer k iMIII'wt right, *a4te.alteuidiobeetirehysAtitatory. be paid,th. haixlsojne turn_of,f-f OO. ,, .
bl .u.I4td: |X;B icvcded toin,,by the Sen ra11 ud piejy .rilp; 1 beg yoi'sutoi to




'I- ILungwort

; IT! and ,* wLhi u uid to be a II -

for th" *wf"1 diaeaae. AltoAaora Turtb An OrdinA&c0To Nail WORLD'S FAIR PREMIUMS. I A ROYAL STOCK <.
C raie ?* Stock.A
.riC a Jeve7Iucfur ihe cw .
B&kn grc&t remedy fur eU dweaaea of U* fiscal Ytar C.ly if the 25 KEGS Cut NuII, 1stlv reeeked by THREE PRIZE MEDALS Of Carriage, Bmgfie* Jfornett Sad&eir NE1T C
kw ntinicing on Jlitt day of ; ILOIUKISS 4 SCOTT. STOCK ot trsllri. ieWte6Th'g' 4

I* Apt if, in the year one ttwutand eight kmdnd aid February 23, 1854. 8 fjAVEjust been awarded to the Collars, Uaruu Mater' Stock and Tools, Ck aHc l>, just received fnwnYutk.

fly-four. 1 Q I 21 superior Tery Trunk,, Valise, Carpet Bags, $c., i nakiEI(1:y rtoek eooplrte. Tlioar wisb'alIh ai-
1C11L SECTION 1. Le it dainrd! by tit Jnttndont osJ Tobacco. t Iie eww th :eosnmo.sly keJWDrU(
lp of the City of TaHahattte. That the PIANO FORTES IS JTST HOW APPEARING 3u** at A. JL wILra NTv Fh.

PORT OF ST. MARKS. first section of the Revenue Act of the jear 18JJ5. lie.nud 5O BOXES Choice; Tobacco ft* wd 4 brHODGKIS3 SCOTT. Exhibited the by the autatibcr at the Crystal Palace. In De.hra i ths-ecasdiy da IV.VStPII2I. send

ARRIVED: the same is, continued in full forte ae part of this February 25.1854. S making above announcement,they would Uke this t o New-Turk. --4.-;--. .;._ -- -- -
Ordinance.SEC. nrjportunity to return their thanks to their ras1idL-iU: .

Fek __Sehr. CMpola Ntw O'Lesrv, New Orleane.Aurelia. 2. Re it fwtftrr Oid-iintd, Thnt there shall Caution. fmouls tor the extensive and liberal pBtrorape numerous hereto- /1ElIoRANDA-CARRIAG AND BUG. i *} jeaft.attr*. r _t -,

4u Hanson. Orleans. 1 IM levied and collected the following Taxes for the l lA lore extended to them and a >ure them that oo iv]. GLES of all aorta-among them some of the e'wpuItJaRwy1I0TM42t I 'lJ/
Davis Charleston.K LI. < h >rebv notified not to trade f. pains
__Schr. M gDOIiS. renon are >r stall lx fparcd to
Fh fiscal the first of sustain the famous s&nd-Uaiting.du t-di> -
year commencing$ ou day April, flattering reputation alI pelUng.etump..nrusnuut.ng -
; _Schr. Anthem, Saunders, New York. 4:-1 tbi.) notes described below, and nny person finding r eadrattarned I and -
iu order i
1854 to which will
f. : them will be rewarded meet the incrraned deMsft'rtheirm&trusncnts pattern, go twenty miles an boor, and

CLEARED.v 1-Upon all Merchants vending goods wares and them to the WriW.suitably The nt.Ua in substance by presenting1 in 'w trt they have added largely stop only with the burst, being specially adapted by 200B11811V1J1 His4 s..at 4-
s their
flriz Herald, Lure, to Smalwood, AnderF meichandke. a lax if forty cents on ctery hundred words and figures as follows manufacturing eilitie which they trust will strength and high finish to the [corduroy] -BUulwnj D O & 'rr.
Keir Yotk 'with 464 balet cotton, 5 We1S dollnrc. in value of the ftoek in trade on the fiitt : j enable them in future promptly meet every dei.ad. service. Courting Carriages fr polite young gentlemen Dec. 31, 1855. "

yb a Co bides, bundlea mlijna, z day of April next, as neai as the same can be. a&cerj I ?- 4OA''o. One day after date I promise to pay'i nCaivin Buyers from abroad, liethw dealers or others and Sulkies for the so-disposed. The well known .

1idc tullird. j Davis, or bearer $840.00. with eight per ceu't.interest are invited to examine our splendid assortment John Gilpin SADDLES, upon one of which that world SODA WATER APPARATUS,

1)11) TMchr. W. R. Petti, Loekwood. for Newith 2-Upon all venders poods, wares and merchandize from date. February 4th, 1M4.W. before uurchaginjf elsewhere.GKOVESTEEN. renowned Captain FOR MATCTACTCTtlKe"Dtl1flXOJl; >rfl KJTttJMe, ,

48 bale cotton, 6 eaaes tobacco 28 \ (other than itinerant traders.) who! shall commence C. CLARK. & TRUSTOVT. w Rode fourteen mile in fifteen days. OF the latest and mod apprpred enfMtrtMtkai,

Or1eT. WrpeatiDei 285 bbl pitch: and win. 119 business after the firct day of April next, a tax $250.00. March or April, iss: 505 Broadway, N. Y., adjoining St Nicholas Hotel. And never looked behind him." manG&cturad, and for tale with explicit printed

bbt.. IP' gbales yarn, 19 boxes rndze, 17 bushel of forty cents on every bundled dollars in value On the firbt day of January next, we,or either of us N. B. Premiums were awarded by the American And numerous other patterns, adapted to speed and direction fcr iu UM, by JOH> MATTHEWS, corner

bbI.tar, of their Block in trade, to be estimated and assessed promibC to pay W. a Clarke, or bearer, $..50.00, with Institute tu their Pianos five years iu succession. service. Some of the varieties of HARNESS hare of first avenue sad 3th street opposite BelleviM, ,

w* .o_.B rV B. H. Gamble Hosroer. New York, in all cases at any time after the commencement of 8 per cent interest from tbte.It. February IS, 1M4. 7 :3m -cn"lead of." but others must be seen to I In approclited. New-York. The only establishment devoted exclosively -

1e Sm1\ood L Ana* Ca< with '8 bale8 clton' I such buMuesK: Provided. Such tax shall be assessed I iII. SINGLETON.C. SNUFF AND TOBACCO. All the WIllIS warranted to hurt if wejj up- to the manufacture of Sop*-Wjnrxa MACBIV-

to 4 jj-jQg Mj hidea i ,j0> wool> before the expiration of the next fiscal year. T.'J. iSINULETON. plied, or will be taken back the money returned no f IJ car Ae, in the United 8ut s, and where may ba
dzt I S- ail gold watches FETCH I.()BII.LABn, )1.tctF.tCTVEER question asked, and a iu 'found a large assortment of
skin'. Upon a tax of fifty cents anti J((1Ofln. January 2d. 1P54.j These receipt given stirrup len her. every article connected
69bi,rrb.Big< Sum-aim*, Monroe New York, to on all silver watches a tux of t went v-iive cent j I On tic lust dav of January; next, I promise to )pny NO. 42 filAlliAtf $T_ x. Y.OFPCIlS lamest Whipe are of the same kind the port wished in 'with the busiues*. including Material, itc. Establish'

.! Anderfl i Co.. with 5S5 bales cotton, 1 4 Upon all horses antI mules brought, into lhi city j \v. C. Clarke or Le.uer, 5'oOiU'O. with S per ccut. ii.-j | : t>r salf the fi>ll win-j aitMfs, wnrrnnied 1 every hand ed 20 Years. ,

j.3eerI&rn. I ktles % ar, 15 hidcs. and exhibited for sale, u tax of twenty-five cents upoii i t from date. Witno.-k mt hand and *-al. |
(/sehr Juun M? Halleck cleared uli the 15th tilL \ each horse or mule, MJ :' : --> ( A. B. LAWTON, [sE.tL.] IfcijieeII(< n.y Dew, ::nd other rfi>.iT.( ; al- I have iilso many Patent. Sole Leather nod ether
nibore CrcK.ked I-U itU! .t Ucti' the i fine; Cut Tobatf" in tin-f.-il TJIUNKS: in which thf i 1. HOTEL.
r: still at the CLaiue1)g) ( pon .u >,wif-halfjKrc .nt.ni Mi The n'love are In-liev to IKeo[>iea in fcub Uii.ee, i if.r, p.-ipere. A nu it- jiarticu'.ir diSicntty t.> tind the key
IN i iClmrlottc ross amount >files. not t'xaet e 'pi _s of i-aiJ lost note. dos-eri-itiun of tu! ; \ii"U.: < nrlu'les cnn l be had I hole, several tLietcs hating; hung thpmsMvee in despair C A IT. NEWMAN having closed his Hotel
all and 'd town lnt ,Iiv -ii.in! fr full on account of it. All these and and the
6-'Upu improved nitnpm)% # CALVIN DAVIS. I *- ; a price current as [(hove. .OOO other articles, subscriber having purchased and

jrL Wjnns Gates.Wacinsa J.. F. Hoemcr, Couvoyr a t.-ix of forty couts on cvt-ry hundred dollars value- Jlonti-ello. February _.'>, ISM. S -t Fcbruarv! IS. 1si.; 7 will be sold low to meet the exigencies of the time,I httfcd np that Wge and cotnmndious Brick Building

; Asa Sawyer, I thereof. and to close out for an entire new stock expected by I South of the Court house fornHrly occupied n a Tav.

] Powell Suwannee, Munoe, Bloomer, 7Urvnj all; free eul-iit-J mal -s, M\vcen the ages I ..FAIRBANKS'PLATFOBM LOOKING GLASSES. the Sub-Marino Telegraph about the full of next moon L i ern by Mr. Gondbrtnd- and known then as the Banner

Fuller"J.G.. Anderson, Delano. of twenl v-oue still l fifty \wirs, u tax EMOVAL- rmblic
Schr Nerissa Powers, Anthem, Saunders, Chipola, .. tI4lai&I -The old establWteil IooIIng he has
fi- -Up.m all free cJi.rd foinsd i, b.t SCALES I. converted the iikl building Into
JV I'. REPAIRING done Hotel
a aid
I HOIIM of RICHARDS a.m ml.on short notice j ,
O'Lenrv, Magnolia Davis, Aurelia, Hant-on. I of twenty-one and fifty > eais, a ln\ of five dullais. I and I respectfully eoliciU a nhare' of public
.' j KINfLAND: t C,,., i is reinoted (ruin M Conrtlandt ren'onable ternit1. politicianwln have "slipjml I I. patronage. Nw
< -Ujxtn all wLh "iualo: inh.ibitiiuts betvecu the 1.ONG rvniKi.v TEST pains or expetu-e wdl be spared tf rendfrtl
1 5trc.'t to In f (CH % Sruti-T the collar and broken the traces of oseeonif<'rt-
-- MBK:!> (corner Church..) party, can be fixed
MAEEIED- j asre; of tu' uty-oue and M\ty yenis, a }poll tux of Uo 4 : i:1)-.r.vAvs) nitirr; Titi: AC- l)ujck fain Ilrouiiwnv. Now'tt k, v lin. will be found oil again in no time. able who! mar vwit his IKHMM Tlie well known LIY-

On UM evening of the 21st ult, at Trinity Church, j d uthti s. RoVLICCI) STtl1t1). a< n-ual.: a complete a-sf>rtm -nt r.f I Plain a'ul Ornanici.t. -, iuilieliusee, December 24, IS. 51 j cry Stables, f,rmerlv kept by Capt. Necnan.are connected
10-Upon all felaves, owned or employed in this: with ti. i lofel. EL K BLACK BDKN.
the Roy. Mr. Crumley. Mr. S. M. COL1UNO. New York, FAIIiKANKS] i Co. S') Water ..! l ls.kingIjsg.s, Portrait and Picture Frames, I
Savannah, by eity, a tax of eighty conl t< IK paid by the owner orf Agents sL j; J tie. lc. The truilu furnirlie l Wakulla Iron Works Montict-llti. Hecember) 2-1, Itt5. 51ricra'a

) to Miss LAURA FRANCES, daughter (> ownci& luei cof: J'"roviJ>J The City Cnuucil may -xtmpt ;- Feliruary 2.., 1S. 4. 8 f m work i'l A\ithe\ery variety of ,
i ii rompo-ilion
Plate, at reduced tate. I
N1.W i'oitr rs fcr Faff.
O4il S. S. SiUey, all of that city. ] taxutinii any latl.tboiing iiiidt-r: mental i - ii--- j i lVriary! : 1-. lt :.l. 7 2m ,
vr l>oJiluillictiou 4r iutinnity. on application ol tho THIS Etitabii-hment i
o\\ncrol &ufh slave, or his agvnt. '( lUST received a froth supply of Starts Carvli.-s. ROGER'S LIVERWORT will l I't- attt-iuleil t<> with promptness, aLt I J uf IVnsaola.. on Monday! the ISth of 3I.irfh.

NEW GROCERY STORE. 11 1-UK-n] all plisiuieCjniaijef.) Ilan: niches. Tupgue. J (J. A-: J. ilDJlNNlSS.; : AND TAB, all WorK done with neatness tnd di;-pitcb. If'i'4. the li'.tli t-otiiHj iii the lolluwiujj Ranges and

Tilbury*, Staiiii 'j"-t.. diair Sulku-e.; and StaceoacLfs February IS, 1S5:5.: 7 U I'or ili<" Coiii | tcti* dirt, of Coughs. All kimls of work, ,Miol a* Steam: Work, Jlill Wotk, I Townehij-s. to w it :

Presto Crott-rirs and Provisions 1 ('- a tax of uuc dulLr on ever%' bundled d.'llais --- C4li'! liiHiienzi. A <.lliini, Uionchhi fli-i OMiring, Hug.r ilill.! Circular Saw Jlachinm I jnqs, Tuirnfus'ps.

OLD STAITO.H raltiithfrci'f. j I( Just Received -*. Spilliii; ofliJoocl, an l nil I Sh.iftinr, 1'uUfVo, Ilatigpre. Plj-ugli Casting.-; Lr.-ii-s SI West, 1. 2, S, 4 and 3 North,

AT' JAME3 B. GAMBLE'S i J2-Up n every slave! nnMicly exhibited for snl 1 > oilier 1'iii n ('uHi*>laiiit. tc ii ill HI? ItoliIIiiiIttOsI. Casting Ac.; al.-o. Sugar Kettles, of any size, fc -ptcoiialiintlv l2 g. S, 4 and 5 "
U : TT iOM; Nw Oil.-ans schr. W. fi. Ptttes
nithin the incorpjtatvd limits of lLj city, u tax 'f I1 JHT ( on hand. All woik don' ? in Midi nn t tnl.-- :1:1 '4 4 and 5 "
B. C. LEWIS four 411'' JJl.la. Kxtra ri-ur.
dollars. r' q ) r -Lintnt will be lOne
by 11q. with a *>i
particular I nna a
AS jurtrwived. and is opening for sale i rt !','-Up 'u overy Jfismi wh<) t-lmll, f
I an entire nen rt.Lcf GI-K-CIH* and !'rovi- ,,ns. the corpntate limit of this <-i. di-eotsM, I'uy do New ( l lean- >V Hip, Is i g I Competent: Wi/rku.eu always in reaJiuc to put 31 W.
cad The btovk1'ork. dnifii': I ii r lull <>-Xvhaitf diawn { < t ;, do K.cti'.icdbikry! l-H'lwratiiin < gctthi& into ue all over our oj TKKM3
liirli flre at caah i.riccsyw only. ; youd lite limitnoi thi-, :: Sate,cither w jib Lin own fun !M j 2 Tiuos Kiiv, <-i- l.-iti-rs we receive from will lie liberal and all work done strictly f'-r in three e1iial| annual intUhnents. with interest ad.ance.
: infonjan
ir: v.teiZci.: of f -
2Ti-n-e< Li ri is: effected intl'
C-iru, Jlaisi'WfA e, l niti.ui (>r i-nnlit. or :as agent for any ]J.i.nk 4'l r iiuliu 1 1-! j :'! : ir iIl': '!iit'- ne: l.t!.>i-h. '(! -. n arrant cures ti- in ./\-'h> or a'Wpted ord r< "ti fcciae bu,iuc B fiint i iu tLis ir if all be pu'J in c-i.Ii. five per cent ou th ?$
Cihr I Uid. Ihre t-hall be ji esetI ai 1 efl'et.1! if tuting .lace. Ta'lihie. ( credit iuaUlnjtnts v.iil be
Urd. Wee. fls, : a tax on"- j ;II i- i ti.,, kif or Jinncj' dwducf.
do oii< i nut the M l l-st, Con h .3i d-
5 -
: and a li.ilf i-fiiis np l in vMry iiiindiedd'.'i.itMii ry Liberal riee- t'-r oi ![ Ir I
(but, Sugars, Viiit1tr. i amount ,Io IVcsin-i Nuts. -- : <- n.--v 1" l"fe the public. It ainot! j ;pud < n. Copper and 15ra-s I U.S.WALKER.
1i'iiii, M4usea, VThiskev, TliaceSuiii.ps of exciiunge wi b do CwCoaNutA
Wines. Cigars, amoiitit sow.]i1.] f.ii. and duiin; I lie ytti next pnvding 2 verj worst ca- M.I1.1'OXD t ('0.. December 17. 1&ZZ. 10 3mWholenala
; JJLRRY A. Wl.< n u.hl itlu-r! iMuzh j>i-inratioiif have failed.thi. < _____
UramlieS Teas. tli<* date at uhich the osmeat of such t.tx bluul !1'niade. ROWLnS. ] January C l, 1S31. Z New -
M4 el Cnndlcs, < ,
'i February 18. 1854. 7 t hi: < reliiveil (he patient.-> I>rugji .ts, dealers in -rtj-Ta :Dm
J'-j.| -r, Sails.; KeU-htiJ. Cod 11.ll, j __ Medtcin! Jviid! I'iiyt-k-iunscan tt-tify. Ak the AI2ae
ftOil! Potatoes. 1.1 1-Up"ii every ag'nt or pnrlnT within this f Azent Boots, Shoes, &.C. ,
( 1I..t.' Fnrtiiii Sw city <; ValuableLandsforSale.it. in y..ur neatest t tvi!; what La< I been his esjteiince, of ThLLAUASEkkLOIUDA,
l ltef Butter Sh) "t.Dri Crnr-k >rE, a 1'aai 'r,1.lII1iiibjIIfl II tle.t I IT ( oIu1niitsn :
Jri.-l I :I. <-r"! ts of tLi i.K-.ikiae. If l.e ha [ MADE AND REPAIRED.
I liKiiU-d tr ret-iuing ud toe y y cl tin* lauds to the > seen selling it :;a and Retail Dealer in
limila In-'lonijiiig
Claret. beyi> i/f this estate of
fowdcr SUtc .
) ,1 les, PicFeet, a Ilti.ry j'J
An> ;fur l is th of time lie ill f
( / any t:: r. i-Il!! vnuII' I IIE sulncriber, in
IVacbi. Potash, tax of thirty dolluiA j j __ Gee. di-eea-ed, may lie tieated for jiiivalelu, byn t 0.. JL aUrig a contiouation of )I DETJGS AND MEDICIUZS.
March 4,1S51. 15-I"n| n id! Agencies of Insurance ComKtnici] 1q.litati.u; to either of the lAvcut'T. IS THE BEST MEDICINE EXTANT. patronage, gives imtice that he has receiv- j

tiix of'wo' jiei cent. HJMIII; t lie gro-
New Goods. .- i'Linocitcd fur f and iuiiuj the tear next pi i' tec- 1C CALL. ) -- i r -ci.iv .d l.itely; -gtr-liiig tie tirtiw-s of thi medicine.Dr. impurted Kuglish Svle Leatlier. Patent Lea- j J. Spices, Snail; Window Instruments.
j < flier. ltwt Mri and other '| Glass. I'ainta
; -co. article
RECEIVED, per Seboonr Anthem' diii_ t1 ..datt UI *( t.'tli1it. j c. H. Di) PONT, fiucut"r j S. S. Oelin.! <>f Kiifivilh Oa_ $:lvu. ;-I Imve i1, to all>ot Il-tjiblij-limeiit.every These appertain- Oik, Vanishes, Putty nutictured Tobacco

IL .J\TST New Y.irk, a flue asurtm of Su'. Deitfrh>r Or him.I, Tiiat thei* bhall'I !1 February 1 ?. 1851. 7 Cm [Sei.tint-1. tk...!. i. -iii"vinir$ I.ii-4-r\\oi all Tar vert he ng nut superior kind and will make materials are of\I and Glass Ware, Patent Medk-uva,. ,

fefaoc Ac for aaJtjummer tJt C' 1U I aii hi-
fcjinnt' ) Stines ,
8001s, 0jSchool: plei- <>/ the very t>ei=t (iri-criptioiis.
1 all Erection done
irttijei- Kuriug Ito
Fpiiituout. or i inou* House. that 1 } and
I j -ure 1tate Div belief in its i< ott-r all 'rdr. Hair Bru.Lt, fur Medicinal
ujK-rionty (
ear.Geatlemeh'6 Sh'-p immediately South of : ;
in ,iauUtics; 1 lets thuuuiie qu.irt, a lax f outhundred ALKD: fr ..lit-i! arti-!. v.i'h the Union Paint purposes, ;
Fine Calf Bewed Boott, t> S prop'-alis the erecti-'fi of a School i whicii I ara acrjuainted, for which Bank. J. il. WAAS. Brushes Fancy Articles

Patent Leather Strap Rh( es, uuu fifty dulluit. Hoii-tf the city of Talalni-! (' \iill 1-c rec'-iv.-d i it I-1 rt-etr.1u&n'nu, iL11t7.r.'ri.lut Jammry 14. 18M. 2 Garden Seed*. Fine Havana Segars.

44 Elk Lasting Congress Gait cr1, Ten 2 Ujiou all Billiard Tablet and Bulling Alley*, nr at the otiiecf the CUrk of the City C iiiil up to th! Mcr-. t DnrKtt,writing from \Vavnss- Ot He has recently received per brigs Aka Sawyer ami
*' M pin) Allevg. tecluiieally oo called, u .ed for Lire, ft fiiurth 31 iu March next. Plans, Montiuk.
4' Col'dCasi er \ tax of fifty tLhlars.Up.u n'lay and ijwfilioitinus ; 1 tilie. N. IV M y :-"The Liverwort and Tar are be- MONROE HOUSE a Loge and t'retJt supply of every variety

;::4tIdke$* Black Lasting Gaiters ; 3 can l.e seen at the same office. Pr<|jHteas! iota ,: iit.ii'iir ;I.ii.ui'r.. ] pnlar in tljis jonntry, and we of articles usually kept by dnurgisto. Planters arid

Linen Gaiteis, -dollar every dray or cart, u eJ for hire, a tax of bfiuade) MfwrhUly for Brick and Wood \\ -nc. th nk justly > All who hate tried it speak coninifii'l.thly TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Physicians will always find at this estalJiahmentm full

KU1: WaJang Shoe and Slipper eight 4 U j BUICJI WOKK.-Main body of the Inuldni? 40 feet (t : ->f it, and FJIV it is tery beneficial in nlleviating 1: TI.IIS wtlJ-known bfltQI l having passed from supply of every thing nmLd, and ou the mL liberal

.A eninpiete. asbortmeut of ili scfi, &)' auJ d.iltreatALSG hire-, tax|toil of every ten two or four horse wagon used for bv 60 from outside t" outside, two *toryn hfcrn. TI.e ; the complaints for which it i* recommeoded." .iL: I the hands of Mr. E. P. Moore Into Ihose of terms.
a dolbn $
t(-t.t fl lwr to L be 3 feet aLive the ground ill front th the undersigned the Orders from the Country
Iiuet. <- new promptly filled and
; ; proprietor
gives notk at-
Our Picken to
5-UjXHietery buck ; Ag-nt ill Dislrict) S. C, Mr. S. R. Mc- *
Ladi Fi ench C'rtts, luic. of : or public carriage wed fi i 2-J floor 12 feet iu the clear, and ceHnuj! of 2d floor 12 |,, Full, atic: u"that he i it with the public that he is prepared to entertain transient islaction guaranteed, with regard both to prices and .'
; u tax eight dullurs uses "Treat benefit
Silk and Liai Lacets, J.c.. .&c., r caleLv l.ehiug to uhl except haek ani earl ia- feet in the clear. Tlie fn-t st''rv from foundation to his own family and recommend it to hkh1egiv..s in" and permanent customers with the best the house af-r quality. 1'hysicians prescnptiooa ctj-cfulry com.pounded. .

0. & T. 1EGIlSS.MarCb4tt. lug. livtry ittUt..eveJ : U: 2 bricks or 18 inches tLik ; the wcond story 1 A or neighbors. fords, and at as reasonable! a cunt as the times will admit .

** | />::;Upon : pubUe Lit cry iJtaLJe, a tax of fifty I I.: inch<" thick, with iiillars for jwrtico and till titin t1I,, I.u1$ .MI Iii'i-ii in-t.ii.ee-i.fu-iim': of s with M'
waU: un.i<*r nr>t nor, as per pmu. i lie -<*lunns tn every
Nails, Hollow Ware, &c.. wares 7-Up'Mi and merchandize every Hawker; and IVd'ar venJingrsM1. i b-i of Lrick, and ri\\; \ i to tla.mi"; ti lx- either ofIc'lteor by tears the] ntten Ivi-rs led itt wirfj air!revere Tar. cough, who was relieved the proprietor will *pare no pains guests to please those,who and December 24.1653. 51
: a tux of
one dollars.! iron. The \vh--le bnlldlu t" be (favor him
JtST received f rr ScJir. Anthem, I &-UJMHI all fender if TjfUeta plasteredute.de I :h-v-h are that gi iwil jiorts we Lear of this medicine may with their i tronnge. An excellent Class Oils
lottery a tax of with a ] C".t! of Hydratlic tV'iiit and Livery i-tabU this White Lead Ac. '-
Oil IXimuiiou T'aila, gout lw! ii.sid actjuins HoteL ,
m 40 Kfft I ten dollars] : and all n-taileie .( | from all I'ei; of tike S-mth. For a report of the C- A. BliVAN.
spirituous$ vinous liU' surpi -
V! ton (.assorted Hullow Ware ()honvy.:) ] ,r" us, aforesaid, all J\oisof| billiard: or titbit! or- walls niort.nr r.nd snd coil'nj";: sdstewih.< to pLutcred witii twogijo cvatof i.Mi-ir run s it his prf"rnied i in the Westmi, North- Tallahassee, January 7,1854.i 1 tf 1 00 BOXES Window CLiM.aMorted siz.u

1 bowling <>r ten pin! all/-y?, all ke1'c.r.* j ern a'id JI.i'tern --Siatr[ we would incite the guttering 100kegBWLiteLeadpureextr.
ofevery Bank of
G.AJ.: EGUI. dray or WOOD) WOliK.-Tli-i (firft and cmnd tobe Charleston.A 5 barrels Llnscdd Oil
cart, story* ,
or two f.JLr hi reit'l
Hititi.t to tl.t
r-e hncl [ t whii-h :teecin allies each
Trag"ti or j
: :
1aFCiI1.1& !. &i or public framed wooj putilioii and to In-ditided mlo GE-N'CYat New Pin-t 6 Lflrd Oil.
st1 one little. Lave
j carriage, fr lure a y aIreid-dl of lit To ail t --.- hopp lave: bojiu !
Miihlof Jja\\fcen keepers S'-hiKil Il. om and two Recitation KOOMJS, an 1 t MCNAUGIIT 4 ORMOND. 20 Kegs Zinc Faint
and rtsigt
torn, ('ma I j Ury cry tickets, hall!, under> jvnalty pedlars of: all douljle\einleis the ofL.tj fr entry, stairway, A.Z* as indicated iu the plan.: Ti.e TiX: TIlE MJ-IICINE: Xwp>rt. Jannnrj 14. 1854. 2 20 package Fire-pn-of Paint, (bbls. and i bblat)

case of failure, Wfoie tux in ( Cornice and I ntablature to I Ix- of wood, of the IOM'C BE AEKED IN SEASON, 2 barrels Ikctified Whale Oil,
fJL \1sics PRIME WHITE CORX. PT i-ale avocations culling-, ftyle. The Roof to be framed, with tiu.- ul.ut I and tl'Ht Notice. 2 Train Oil. 1 bhL
) } or ba-inesn lit, aforesaid: be : (a 10 iM-gl.-ct tot ; ei'Hih whicli is d.iily weakening Copal Varnislv
B- C. LEW1.laib may purued.and 1 fi-'ct
ir.ctb4y :;
4, 1854. 9 j payment: of the taxe levied ao ufurc aid, obtain tijwn a Li- I apart the as indicated bv the phuilndi \\ill sup.-i tour e'-n-titiition.! irrifati'tgyour throat and lungs', and THE highest price in cash will be paid at all times Gpirits Turpnotine in Uirrels unit at retail. A generj -

cense *o to do from il* Inteudant, to be lilt upper ceiling joists. Timber for HM tniisek ;Inviting ti' tliat dread uh.en.-e, Connnpti"n. when su the subscriber for Hides, Dj-vx Skins Leather assortment of Colors,Brushes,and other Pumtenr"

Cofcfe, by the Tieanurtr, aud fcttdi licence baIl eounters.igu.-d not be issued to In- > by h. for line plkte 6 ly f.raftir 3 by 5 1 ; I'i p.ooliis:.: nnd lualinira remedy ean. l be obtained Dr. and Sa Island Cotton Seed-viz: materials. D.. H.AMES. l -

I fur a bliorter period than OIK v<-w. j wall plat** 4 l>y 10 ; girders f> by ] 0 i ; upper e<"diij K'' era' Svn.j' if IJvertvort :hd Tar. Prime Hide*. 10 to 12 cents pound _December_ _. _24.185.1._ __ _51_ _. _
per -
_. j jisti i bv C final] bntrre
"SACKS RIO COFFEE- 20 do. Java for sale 9-On all j ; to tritM, It by 5 "
aiits priucipiil Deer)
t otLtrtlian CireiineK ; i BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS Skins, 25 to t) eta NEW FIRM.
-" bt- B. C. LEWIS.March" Exhibitions or Equestrian flooring joints S by Iu ; dist ttuu.-, 5 bt, i' other'otads j' '. Leather NEW GOODS!
j a tax of five ; 17 to
> "
dollars 2t
and .
all id Utiiiiiilati.
Circuses ,
ou a i11 article i. per
4,1854. 9 2 by 5 ; girder to 2d floor. 12 <} genuine < signed
j or Equestrian exhibitions by 12; lox windjw Sea Island Cotton
levied and collected for,each a tax of ten dollars hall be -, frame sa'l-s, to be I 12 lights t exhibition licence 'li I tie.1'iet any numerous Commis- -
a to by 2 MOST
Flair.BELS. auilorize which must fntt beobUtinedfiomthe { : w<-ijiitH ; windows $.i.n ilerck-uit, or direct to and A beautiful end tarird ottturlmmt ol
duit, and Inten and duor* t<> be cae'l l on UK] : iiisij*; iu the archiinte1stylo I EI lwr lottl. or hiOLiCS f'r 5. Sold Couimtsion.; me. save alldiarge of GOODS whwh will tw sold low for CASH and
HIRAM SMITH'S EXTRA, couaterigued Lv the Trezoiirei. uudtru fehowii the %llL Pait.n.l tetil Ly CuV1L il MEAl) SAMUEL HO IT, for the
I 0 pen an by plan v\iu l : Production of the
< >
; < wB to haVe
ally of double tie Charleston at a mall 'ad
U half Barrels Extra Gcuesec, 10 tax htruu afc.-es :d. j backs. 2 flight* of flairs leading to the M-o-nd 1a'lIac-h .ile :ig.-its 1r tl- ..jtls-j t tats,. I' 5 1i'&i all S. C, X"o. 149 Eaxt Lay. Vance on the original cost, at the *
50 Iktra -Ujion nil itiueraut ktorv. January 14.1654.
8t. Louie traders Ot
who shall offer 1 as iuJiciied by the plait Newel sir kr and $ & In., (.r 4e.eies; : must bectL 2Ceoper's }
? u Superfine Ohio-fvr Bale lrilardi goods M aresor merchandize fur*ale i thin city, there rails to be of Seat jM tJ. .an5t.rn anil Cask and Exchange Rooait of
cherry. and
: bhall be levied i<> L<- nu.le Carpenter's and Blacksmiths
A, 1854. 9 B. C. LEWIS. dollars and collected a tas of ; iujd a licence to teLl so cli-.iU: tint t>e obtained board, about C ii cbe4 wide and li : i. A1' %t. .t* '$.. ('Iitin-

Bacon and Pork i irom me inrenaani as ni-iresaij, un'leza ;nnUy, in .rrwve1 i ima longueu. jw>x txiaruu to ii-i.s thu-k h""Ci C; GL.O. F. K..Z.-1I, Miiriaima : Jordan A Dtitidon. A FINE and well selected stock of the above land TO

t A CISTS Sid a, cat-e of failure so tu do. of a double tax to be it-nfluM-d. j about twelve inches wide. O-Uide doors all the to be room-in ., .nilicy : A. H. Wilson, Newport; Samuel I'uFebrnary kig from Brig C.A. Coe and for sale by GEO. W. SCOTT & CO.

1U4 Ham She.; 4. lie further OrJtinrd, That every JMgucnwtypwt I parts, folding) ;3 pannels each and mouJded 2 letqt. 3luuti' U ,. McXAUGHT & ORMOSD. "We will make 'every exertion to render dealers witli'

2 v SuouJdere, before pursuing j-ueh owjpi.tion "in thl-j thick. IiiMcle (duor C p.tnucLtoli 1 pannelitielies If, IS.-. 7 4mcowSKI'LItIT Newport Jannnry .1, 1854. 1 us rn absolute and ample tqufrJtnlfor long credits
arid j ,
2U 1A1 Mess Pork city, every nonresident Dcntwt, before pursuing thick moulded and in of the
with goods best
hung iron frztt qualities,latest and
1*) Purse Fuil. !. his profession within the limits of this fchall hinges, 4} by D.titLRllL.i J Jr" Crockery.A most approved 4
35. C. LEWIS. city, pay : 4l f, and {<: have good mortice lock, with GILLL'RI styles, at the LOWEST CASH PRICES.
a nnuter f'Our
Xarch4,1.L I a tax often dollars, and obtain a licence from the In- fur all. key FEV. Crates and Ilhds. for *
;: The Crockery sale low assortment will
princiiwl jv'itt to be two I o-iit J\itNA1I :p constantly be enlarged and
| tendaut : and failure fec-Ujiart from ) 111I-( __ 3 enriched -
to close
upon or refusal so to do, isb dl center to Center. Partition studs 1C inhiti a consignment bv.McNAL'GHT I by fresh supplies, and will embrace the entire-
Tobacco. I pay d uhle the tax above from ren *IIE: ult= 'iiU'ra
nswti d. | re.sjx-otfelly announce to (he La
ter ti center i ORilOND. variety of goods demanded in this
e.-iiizigjoist.a be market *
upper 1C
iwhefc *
?CZES\ -of Various Grades /or sale at a bur1 '- .Stc ;). tie itfur.'ftrr (/rcbthuj, Thai nil Ordinance -( Center to center. Front fteps* to -_tnd the vliol from .1 di'-c nnd ir'-ut.eiiifn: of Tailah.is.MtJ aid viciiiittthfit Newport. .Tnn-iarv 7.; S54. 1 I Ua GENERAL SCHEDULE: p"
/ / pain. All fucash.. or j'artsufOrduiau'* eonflioling with tin' tiut in- 1 i-tigh <- their Oallfry is i-peri dailv fur the! rei.Vptioii! ol Embroideries
B. C LL\ IS. ofjwrch.an'I! to K- built Laces .Ribbons and La
( ] ofg.md In-art: ( ) Salt Salt Trimming, '
tent and pintCut !
of Msndats ,
luejiuiug this
iLmh4, JiSl. S Grdumuce, be auJ the same eidelia : ixcptetL Mini..tuie l
I #t.j.] II) >f about I li u feet lung, uith hintl Fancy Mantle Shawls and
iJC huehy rejK-aled and 57ei and f't K-s t>f ih< art. I.'tdioand gentlemen arc r;AA SACKS Key West Salt, Cloaks Fashionable '
just and
i bjuui-lePS all of g->''d heart pine. li landing, Bonnets. Gloves 'ilitts and Ho
B1101C.IIT t3il in JJoiitMlo. FViarv ; Parsed the Council aud approved, this 1ft day of with loiiyJi t&I.e Ijiiari-, and to ltfhfotfl mtited tnc.iil ni.d ci..iiijine! ti.tir nH-eiiifni: OJJ Lr .aie! by i<>rr, HeaTyand subst.-u.tbl Dry Goods, BaukeOt?
: M.rel4, A. D. lb.:; hhingtedtithi! N. 1 H lM
1.WiLLIAM Irurtitnii and
i t'.e all
be IM art, kinds of 3IcNAUGIITi Boors
OR1IOXD. and
Ehoee. Hats and
Ifl-Ltt) man named, iLV-li( >Jt..I! ; tytlir.v ;pine hlJii..tl.- Valleyand Caps. Bagging
jrulur toe
ho that he K. IIAYWARD, Inten-lauL !! of < ])a.ii..rrtau:; iuatttala f-.r eae. Newport, January: 1854. 1 find Rope, .
) Hardware
says helongo to Mnj. (J. T. W rd' Att, : .pjxr. All lie CarpentT's wink. n ti.ual. to 1 k. SaJ.Uery, and Cutlery.-Gin,
bt fJ. W.
Cieik. KUHNS i
of Nails and
LnmC.unty.) Raid painted with thieeroiit Hujlow-ware. Crflckery. Boxes
i of lead Fancy and
lb abwutihiitt.fi arid b..il--d
negro t Mulch I lin H-d for Sale.

10) indies Jn'jjk. had consWerubUcluHrtig.. su. li us O. I 1 Cishty Acre Land Warrant Ai\ all comjilete. Tlie whole work lobe done in; j Watch Clock Repairing 6tc. OUSE and Lot in West of T-ilIahrnscee re- Butter, Cheese and all ud. of Groeei ice and Frm
uuhurg Ac. ; sad ? bffl mannir and with U-st iiL II. ions.
lPgr4 says also that he furmerly materi.ds. I eently occnpied: by Archer, with fifteen -
txlctiged; In Hector Bra-Jen.] I'Olt falc. Eiujiiire ut Uiis ofl.ce. j 1 CS" 1'roj.oeals will a.lo ro/vived for t1i, fIintu1g. f t III. uud T&i.i.-d{ gives notice to acus ofLuid attached. Apply tt> Cotton and Tobacco.

JOEL wALlElt: February 2i, 1t'4. S G. W. HU'ICHINS. !! : J the dtizeu of TtIla1et''ee anti J. T. ARCHER. Liberal advances made on IiipmenU uf the nbnr

March 4, 1654. 9 Sheriff J Jtffersou Cwuirt.T Cit.1 k City C-nm-il. $:ts sunon*>iing 4--onitry thatJiaimi: ;pernif.neiitly }'k4lSZ4. 5 5tDR. articles by HODUKISS & SCOTT. l

Burning Fluid. IVlnwry: 1 i' It-I. 7 4t | Sent in. LAN ; eiiled j in t\ia\ lity, he La. .'1.eneta! Watch, -- ---- November. 19.1853. 46

Public Auction FIE9lI uTilv jtu.t reeiv'I tf C'lix'k, and JetVflrv ref; iiringeBt.iblislinJ wlari 'iii!! JOHN P. DUVAi,

Valuable -T.L I'lirter's J'it I.ridsf: work be'.onrrhnf! to t.n'! !in if l.u-incss will T. B. LARIAB
Lan d, 1 I. wiih
Lnrnp and lj'i-.i--d jieifirmed iitvpatfh aiivlon r"oI I ternii?. For
lIE !utTir mxl FAwmorf: tU late Mr. Hen! ,1 Oils, To Prevent Hogs i the re.eut. I.i- .. OFFERS his Professional services to the public.
J. I- Pur.White L -*(i.i Running at Large. tl-j-p i.-* tt l.i -n No. 1. M nrot- Ho-ye.1 orriri: AT Tin cocax IIOUSK.
ry Ge, will offer fi l'tr'ixo
public OECTION
n No. "
n $ 10 and 11 1'lors J. /> it 11 a
? lw-f.re j oi.luinrdby thr Intend-in January: 1S54 4 James Hunter the
the ,,, TLtuaabville road
Blimey Court Hou is on tight nijlcif.!
dxnon l.aMni Cloek" wI.ieh .
the sciiotid O tl. d.
\ det
j to Plow Points, i Cisoui. Councilt f tht ; nec.iiiig repair, 'y > not
14btIlJay Cityi f'J'ullihax., from Tallahassee.!
m April cert the fuilowing dciibeJ tracts J 15 doz. I fifteen duts 'r.1'\H\l\\ t sire to have rtiw.v-i.s l ill be waited on at tb as-ported Steel from and after ,
of land Vwding ] Ihe .' Notice91111R1' .
dituated in UMJ e I'R.( AT. of this (liii- I January 1'S, 185-1. 4 Cm* .
Ou FWt uuty of CniUWi. I ]'orsaleliv G. A J. ilJIClNNlSrf. lunee, it shall not, IN lawful 1 f bv nrttiftiii' ;? me iti i .'rs<.iu or by letter. All work war.ranted. -
Creek near th* Apia -hio*. River.; any j pern .n orn<*,n*, J. \ dats from the first publication of thnn-v
IVbrUHrv 25. 1-t. j beiug <- Florida Xiand
K own. r
North-west or of Sales.
quarter. the W.t %nautthe\ Sooth 4t the owners any hog or hops to piriiiit j! Jlf-nroo House. Room No. 1 ..tairs.Felcuriry J. lice, I s-half! apply to'the Honorable J. "Wavles I
west ,
O.arwr.w d UM South half ,! the ( ._f-aine. : to run at large within the limits of the up Baker of the Circuit subscriber will ofier at Auction
Eiut Oils & l Juilge Court for the Middle "d'r- before tba.nn .
lmlf <(f iii.| ..c.JU 11. r,4. C Sm (Sentinel. .
ftoTth '4'_, 'L I ,
ast !
of uiiani 'ac mm .... ,
quarter tifiction IU ; III Ilie CVCUl O. U e Violation : .c ai.1; ... ; : 6 fli 4t .r Ti1tnspor !

C North 00 Crooked*ni UVrt Creek, c. umig; W)Tovnihhina.ere* Inure o ltaig.1e" il!lliM received Linked from New Oil Yoik, per brig Suwaauee, of authorized this Ordinance and the uiied iiarfchj.1 of Mid; city is hereby Fresh Supplies. ( an order to sell the following real estate of Andrew Wednesday, the 5d of May next, all UM 16lb **c-
uear itu. re to teie and tions
Aptlshla impound F. Withers Ehza' cth Withers, iu said Comity. '
uvJ hog > and HoratioC. ,
The K.rrUi weUqnwJer. W,, Bet Oil or ho- o found any 1 UST Ian-led from Brig Taverucur ?
t half Nortieat Sperm running at large, contrary to the < Withers, infnt clidreu! of Horatio C. Withers deceased Before the door of UK Court Ilonsc Ju the
Kasthalf.J the NortLi.ag qurt.- \ hereof and pvirioii LJ 8 bbls. Krfiljfd Cetnrty ? n
Burning Fluid, after Sugar?,
Township 2 JLwgc C North and qnrt W wutlK \ White Zinc in Oil I II jHteted at the Court House hatingpv ii Iwo'd.tVR iK.ticc I C3 Sacks 'lio and ilaruwiibo CofTeC to-w il ; Nassau, ou Monday, tho 8th uf May next, all- UMI ; j
t, 4J, I thor in said dtyj tJp' eaid'MirKhidis Lots No. 1, 2! and S, ;in fractional Section 20! aol ICtli sections lathe siid County.
acres mure or has*. Pure White Lead uiitltoiiz-dand I 10 t) l-li Hiram S uith Hour, [j
fro. required to sell the fcamc at Lot No. 2 in fracticmnl Section: 21. in T 2, Nof J; 1 W, Before the door of the court Ifous laths Cogntj of |]
Near i Whiu- public to tli" HO( Boxes K. D. Cheese
the OckWkonee River The Lead, outcry, highest UM-r) St. John
South quarter. forcn i. one half in the Cunty of Leon ami State of Florida, containing on Saturday, the 13th day oChy not. ..
Eiist Jialf of the Southweet 1'u'ty h, cans. IIODRK1SS theprocteiUi.f which sale to Dried Apples. Liuunrs. Wine., Ac, for wile J. i]
quarter and the East hull A SCOTT. kloiig to tlit Mjr hal, yMcNAUGHT three hundred and ninety acres', more or less. alt tho 16th section in said Cotmty. H

<-f the North East quaiter of Section 26, und the West -- ---- .. and the remainder to go into the city Tna ury : Pro-I : A. OlMOND.Newport,1bsu..ufl H. A. WHITE, Guardian. Before the door of the Court House, in the County-v fj
lialf of the South eact quarter of Section --------- ---- tides, ThM. jirerious to said sa'e' the) I 1S3 6 of Putnaio the 16th d
23, Township owner or own February II, 18&4. on Tueadaj, j of Hay n X aU _j
2 Ilange 2 SortL and Vt esteoutiiug 191} acres Hoes, ers of said hog or hog eo seized and JnifMniu.led, shall the 16th eectiuosia said County. .
<*r lew. JUST IliTived fr tIee: have the right to dana and Fresh Supplies. Before
1La Blrt '">'r.a 1ar. DMortmeut remove the mine, upon Manufactured Tobacco. the door of the Court House in tLe County 'I

In Loon county at Tallaluwee Lefure the Fehru,. it }LbU KISH.t SCOTT. the payment to *aid Marshal of one dollar for each T ANDING from Brigs Tavenear Lavacca and RECEIVING further stock of Orange, on Monday, the 22d day of May jiex ;alL'-
Court and a of
House dour on the 3d Monday L every bop ro claimed and removed : Provided, [ j Herald, and bnrks Gamble and C. Wynns. 5 M JUST assorted some 200 the 16th sections in said County. -

viued half interest iu all the April next, an uidi- fuitfifr. That ahotjld oo ejaim be made, or should the bricks ; itsi bales Hay ; 25 sacks Coffee; S0bbl.arx Manufactured Tobacco, it lower Terras-One fourth Cash,the balance in three
fractions Lake From than it'can be iu equal -
on 'Marshal bought of the
Imouia New be unable to efft a sale in Liquois prices any large mar annual mslalments ith
Situated between the Or1ean the munncr 40 half bbls. Flour; 10 Jo. Refined Sugar; Wine. interest iu Rdrt.nt.'el f
lands of Mr. kets North. Traders
Cotton and ; pro tvill do well examine
lUiiiH>rnian. together with Charles JUST arriving at the Store .,f vided aliorc, then and iu Uiat cas the as id Marshal j in Cliaaie, Apples Planting Potatoes, Seed Oats, to samples D. s. WALKER, .
20 Islands } before ordering their
utom in Spring stocks. Will
the Wes .. '. IuJgk L authorized to dwpoee of the forward
fera od of said Late.oi V.tr1n1i.. 1J ho? ored bo n v.i.: irrll.>v nn.l Hnr 4 J hay' new Sugar Cured du and impounded m any manner best calculated flu Iron, assorted sizes, How Shoes nan WKM. ac. samples, wiin prices aiutcn u. io any ueuiug ii.. z Jantmrr 28. 1854. ,,4 -'
rI" > taie one uwru lo credit to 1st of will be where f
casu the April
toyeara. Notes well endorsed, ute balance iu o&c and New Ribbed liucou tSidt.s, subnerve purpose of ibis ordinance, either by kill- For wile by MeNA CGHT A. ORk1OND.i.wptFebruary i is required. given D.nay LADD."Ncw quantity -

u-e r., bearing intergst. at Leaf Lard. ing and removing the same beyond the limits of 11,1851.Copartnership. Lecn Circuit
f 8 ecuU rt, JanuaryI, 1854. 3 CourU .
f1uked. per per auounj, until paid will b- South Carolina Ilic, city, or by i ermittuig any person or Arsons to remove Elizabeth Holdernea, Adin'x uf .

Extra St. Louis Flour, (lie winie, upon payment of the fee Notice. -
LARTflA GEE herein of required MEDICAL NOTICE. James liolderuflM. decease In
claimants. tla.oay.t:
1gej. Ixinajide
Fine do
R.LCALL Sup do. HPHE undersigned have this 'day entered into a eoJL -
P Now New Orleans Passed in Council February 13. 1834 va. }.lIl.pemepiii.
C. B. Ezeczor. Syrup.do. rt iItbu.
j Christopher Stroof sad Cbro-
DtPONT WAI. I & *& -
b1&rcb4, t$4. dcr do. do. in j barrels R. HAYWARD, IaieutLwh "WM. F. ROBERTS02T A J. \T. EPPES .
ATTPT AND RETAIL1xELtrc DTCS. tL&naStroog: '
Choice Naw Orleans Sugar. :- -0. W. HfTcuiXb, Clerk. WHOLESALE located in Tallahassee, and associated J iIT

February, 1654 7 4t : themsclvM.together in the practice of M Uioioe, oflef appearing by affidavit made m, this
2)) -
.I'OR sale PKIeH On Hand r- their PiWeeaional awvioea to the public., .1 defendant Christopher.Siroaf .mitto out of th.
by Attention VyjDY.It TUK AMB AND VTTLZ OF Middle Circuit of Florida 'ana io tl
.5- : Farmers. e T! Office over the Storeof Mnen.Bettoo A Higjs. SUt of
February Zo, 18M. V NO. i Mackerel, Fulton M. Beet; A TTACHED tumj Livery BARNARD & MAXWELL. Residence rf Dr. Bflbertaoa at UM Fanouar* of the '1jr.appesr' *

Uouccr herring, Plain Hams, fl-tt 1 a BliuvUiuiU. sfcop. in which Stable al1 They will be pleased to sea their fiiend Kpiacopal Church. WM. F. EOBEETSOJf, orjfred. ..-
Mod Btfring. Fresh Ooahen Butter ---- Linda of ifM.S8.V4. 4 am J.W.EPP. aim aitfwflr die bill of' ..ompIafnt-fiT.-
i work appert-unMig to that sad natrons at the old stand of E. Bwoard, fp
T U .ed kjn Ekltuaore Roe Herrkiff, Fresh Conntrv Butter inet-j is done, in bin or the game will 1ge tikavtiAalmiiA miiimt
good Ion-
eagag4 ft $ -Jtylo, at ibort Dotieu, and Jr. sign of the Mortar, oorner of Monroe -
ere' Tsitorfc* u aUdrsn, is errk f Son ell Halmoa, Pine Apple Cbefse, reasonable Linns M at any other shop in the on as... and Clinton streets where **j"al keep Notice. Provided That a eopr of Oik order W '

il (a1. ad fimaJe,) Piek-tbd Salmoa Wctn. Cheese, Farming intplex.......!., such aa Turn pfowiL Saot city. a I sgl Mortnieot of article* Tappertauiinfftiia 4 LL PTMM indebted to the tubscriber' same itwri Bpr paWiifced m the Md.clruIt! )
Rods by note Florida .ueA-w.ek far the .
.kri1 tt tw tL tn*iif oatbs, Dried G-M F .h. Plantwjj OoMoe. CIees,1I.el Pius. Ac kept ready made and tbdi ne c4' business, .oli t the patewuuje of A. w MapBDt. are requested to sail and settle the CVAMaqa/yttfa >ariiM..T apaev'ef fb r IBODI..1AT .

lurther .irt.utaru airnlv Mao, Pie Fruits, Preservee, PicklM, Pkealilli Can- constantly on haad. Tbii will aim Famie their frieud aWl the pubbe. ,- aune IM **tty a* posaibf*. Having made a change mmy J-JfAYtfeB1; 18847 ,, .-- '
OEttUA1RE1 bflow.r, CJUT-BW*, Pruuu, COOVM. Furina, -tt, <_c. opwrtumtjrdctawt o( supplying Jbemaelves wkJioqt bjn P1. UARN&BD btujnei* arraageaxxits renders it necrMarr th4 A True Cotw-. AT'B-TJ f AK:1*. : :

Feb. 18, lS4. 7 HODGKISS BlXtTI.; KB. BROKAw: .- G. TROU1? MAXWELL. I all present dues be settled ae early H* piasibe? *>- -.
Ic51. 6 8n.i F'ebuail l(4( ,) l8M :; JdU.2 JMl. 4 B. BARNARI'. is. 1 I February!: 4, 1S51. .c 4nin


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JUDSON DR. MARCH 181'S Furniture, Chas, &o. New Fall and .Winter Goods. 1 tWE t ATTENTION; .-. j
.CHlQDCAL EXTRACT 01 WE a nw from* I F ...STQMB,,
I CEUBRiTEi CATHOLlCOJf ..,' rT Sawyerandl would again mil the at'enttoo of our custom Tl TESSRS BETTOJf, A WHITAKEB leave to '- -. .- ;
FOR ".-- ; will op._ Br L and (fnenc! to our well selected stock of 1Y1 rail your attention to the elegant assortment of fiefltlinKn and Ladle* FuhifitiieNEW ,
a handsome and well selected stock of New. York FALL AND WINTER GOODS, OCa. rtettred per Wacitta,"and adapted"to youraole '
. ITSTANDSpre-em. I City made Furniture and Chairs, rix UM. iEdgings FAIL w'lNTJER
'I' I/f I Secretaries and Book : xrhich we are now receiving from New York and Baltimore !. & .. ,fit KCrlciS: .
Mahogany Coses
f \ !IuJIJtive powers in all the Marble fop. and Plain cirfisiatiiig.in part of the following vie and Insertings. 'T -is.s.. .1
\. dL>(aji-s for which it is I Siebr GROCERIES. .'>o Plain 'lHESab.qribersii. ncw-io th.
. JI. H Centre and S j I'C Oeorgin *. Maltese I ct
Ed'og c11DA'nga. large and
Table Edging well .
recommeuded, called Bureaus, 20 Boxes No.1 Soap. )20 pu's' Washington Kcr SWISS $* Valenciue" Handsome .Mlected''of Xe1 44l I
CHERRY AND WnsbMands, Washing Com) af1. SmyrnaM Real '
LUNGWORT :' Mahogany F.teusiuf Tables, puuj, )24 pieces Frown Plains, Suxunv M Smyrna Flua.tlcingt. FALL AND WINTER FANCY.

roa TH> ccac or j Ofthwc are IV'lapsn Brt'akfat. 40 .Boxes Tobacco, of alP 2-1." Plain and l'laid Blonde .elected with great care, In New.York and'.

f Ctagte, CtMt leanness Spitting #, : Ut ri, or Falling H Work qualities ? Lmsey, phia, by an experienced Bayer, who: :
-: : ,' of the Womb; Fluor, R1o Centre, Work and Fancy Tablet? Imperial Young Hvson* 4>:P1'ianilFunutnreCh'ka. White Goods. or trouble ia their Our Stock 1riJJ"Jet
: ff Blot, KUfrt Sweats, Asthma ; ;. or Whites; Chronic Inflmatiou Wardrobes, Bl'k Teas ?S 10 Bales Cot'ii! O.uaburgs, w easied and replenished monthly. b
'it Uer Complaints and '_\ and Ull''rItlOnoftlae.Womb Many Bedsteads, Lemon A Raberry Syrup,) 2 Strip I do JAC"OSET Cambrics, SwiM Muslin nnwt desirable Style of FuAumd'. .,
L. ; Incidental Toilet Tablet Whatnot, Bronze Hat-Racks Quartetta Rio, LngniraAJavaCoflec.it and I Brn and DleacblPule B,1c" .p er. tf we find it necmary. Our SU V90t-\.,
t CONSUMPTION Hemorrhnjje. Banket Tables: Music Stands, High and Low Otanl Apple and} Shirting Striped Nainsook part of of the following: .> | Jt
; 6. 8 'O"4 Brown Fig'd Curtain "
Am. <
Braudv,1,6. an
. 1 DEATH can be and has been prevented ill thon _. ,' I or Flooding; Painful, POt Ucdtte.ul of Sofa., Tce.a-tet dc c Monongehala and Rectified'' anti- BleachM 4 Sheeting Linen Bishop's Lawn. Mouselains and ea.. .
or vurirty .
j lJ, (.f onw by this nnture't (vn rnnrdu .u !'M lar ilenstrua'juu, < f 'JUDSO "S CHEMICAL EXTRACT OF CHERRY Carve N' .
SLInD and Pillow
Jam. an.1 F. Mourning "
Rum Sheeting Goods.
with nil their acconipnuyinsr evils (Cancer excepted) CIC and Back Rockers, Caehmcre*.
; 1t; I AND LUNG WORTH.-Tlii* medicine unlike most n o matter how saverc or of how long sthudin.The "Walnut Rosewood and Oak hl'rs. Rose and Holland Gin, > Case Linen B L'K nil wool d* Lames Black Satin 44 Plaid Mooaelaina aad "
: of the remedies of the duy i is the result of the !Maple MarlU.ro, amISpt.'rm 44
; patent Maderimmd Port Win Cn,1ina 44 Painted
i Moiuelain
far a
. Catholicon( surpasses other remedies, in l>einj Sewing ,: MUiics and Cllidren s Rockers Bombazines, Hair Crape, and
: careful rW and
it # expeiimenltof scientific and exffiitnced i more certnin less expensive and and Adanuuitine Franklin Stripes Fig'd 1 44 Black Cashmere and d
leaving the system all Low Chairs Silks. French 1" Loin**.
c;! Pkyticia'it. Tbe two principal ingredieuUhave in a better condition Let all persons interested Nursery and Refectory Chairs. Ac. .t, ('au'Ih-c, v-0 p'c Bed! and MattrassRice. 44 Watered do English **
.I long been known and celebrated. in Burh medicine Vinegar Cheese and! Tickinr.Butter Gents
call Plain
a and obtain BE11RY do Ready-Made
a pampYt. .t ROWLE. i M'uing Sleeves t Collars. Clothinf.
rri WILD CHERRY BARK.-When the strength of (free.) containing ample proof, fro n highly November 12. 1853. 45 : >White. Red, Yellow anal
i tbilll pruptrly exti acted is the te"t medicine know n e sources of the happy results of its respectable with Crushed. Loaf and CUiri-\!? Green Flannel Handkerchief SUPER Blue and Black Overcoat,
lI"e. together
.r'1Il for curing the worst Coughs and other Pulmonary diseases letters) fr who 44
'. "-i it loosen the phlegm and enubles the sufferer to h have used it in their practice, and speak phywciaus from, their 1000 DRY OR SAUl HIDES for whit-lithe Powder in Keg, | Kegs As Flannel l, LADIES Emb'dH'd-kfd.. Ladies.. Hem St'd H'd,!*. I 'I Black and Blue Frock Coat, ,
.h expectorate easily. and alono will cure the worst cold own observations.REFERFNCK& highest price wi ill I be paid l by j. Ke r*, :'r'00 Negro Blanketn C'Lric Tape Bordered .,Brown aud Olive" t
t w cough, which if D'gcct.od always leads to Consumption Outolxr .IILt UUST.Administrator's do 'Calicoes Sntinetts and Tweed Costs, of Co r. .
: -Prof. Dunbar. M. D, Baltimore }I,1.; 15. 1653.11_ 1W _. 2 % Canisters Powder, a Ky I. Clouded do every do ,
4 J. C. Orrick. M. I). Biltimorc, ild.; P. B. Peckham M. !u|>oriiir article J Jeans. Collars & Sleeves. 'a do. do
l LT7NO WORTH.-This is a plnnt the virtues ofW D. Iltioa. N. Y. I.). Y. F I which known to but few it has been said Blaaket
,are bv the M. II. Milk M. D, Rochester. N. Y.; L. D. Fleming, ALL persons having claims ngan"t the estate of and Onions, > finier. I'J Mourning *4 Lace a Grey do Coats do'
most learned men of aU times, that 4> nature lias provided M. I). Cnnftiidaiirna. N. Y.: W. W. Reese. M. D.. City O. Melx.>an.deceased.Lite (iGadsdcn Couuty Y CII&t Powders, Matches';La dies Cotton hose, of all Uoniton Sett of Sleeves t Collars. .4 Cain
a remedy for each and every dUense" and the will ont them to the n.Jmini.tt.or.wil.m and : qualities. do
of New York ; W. Prex-ott. M. D, Concord N. 11. prvt: undersigned, Pickles Cadsimere
discoveries that are daily made, go to prove its truth.Jjungwoith Pamphlets can be had gratis at the drug Stores of the tilt pieik-iibed by law, or they will bt'A i M superior SeganGentlemen's, Cotn Hone Silks, et cetera. II Kentucky Jean do doa
it doubtless
temedit dtugvidbt/- the following AeenK, ( ; ami all indebted tn ?:iid estate are r"lllc LSO, a general assortof all qualities, HimelalTCIttth
t.rt fur Conmmptiim./ It. healing properties are PALMER & BROTHER, Montiecllo to make puvmcnt inunetlintflv., fluent of Iron aud Steel. >Alt' I..umb'rool and ( LACE' Silkn. White Satins doa
I truly wonderful and the rapidity with which it cunpUM SAMUEL PULESTON, do. I ALEXANDER E. GREGORY. ALSO. an assortment of Country Made Hose, '_:i Marcelline Silk, Black" Petersham b

woi't cane of Ulcerated Lungs, .nnt.hingnnd subduing D. H. AMES. Tallalm "ee. I February 11, Ib5l. 6 _8nAdministrator._ Saddlery, cotisiatitig of Ladies, Shawls, Gloves ABridles. }'Illrenoo" Crape Lit'1L fP.
all irritation almost immediately, is a proof of r ABEL GIUFFIJf. Apalachieola. u .Saddles, Martin-1 Bonnet, Bl'k Fi;'d" Tarletons ass'd Col'lUTc "< Gloves.MEN'S .

It. adaptation to this dUeaso. These two articles mm- Da. A. R. BREXLEY, Alligator. i Staple Goods. gales, Stirrups and Bitts..Br'n, BlTf and Col'd FlaxDRY Wat'd White Silk Illusion, Alexander EU Glove,
MfId with; other purely vegetable iurrtdicut.form a KENTUCKY Bagging, Southern: Lowell OsVgs, 'I Thread, llrocade" Bl'k. ; Black and whit Silk Glor
medicine that is certain cure the worst cases of Connmption 2T" Letter nddiesscd to M(- u.(. /adl.t Brownson Vaucluse GOODS. Sp t'l, KnittinlP and Work- White Wct'd Blonde Nett I. do Bsckakin *

if taken belore the sufferer is entirely' prosVated. Agents at New berry C. II S. C., by Kev. Re,'. C. H.ile Hope*. Viiginia 60 pieces Georgia Kercys lug Cotton do Lisle Thread .i '

Do not be discouraged trial can do no harm. S. Beard, of same Stato.GLEX.V. Cotton A Manilla Ropes, 3-1 7 8 A .t.. Shirtings Together with a variety of other articles, all of which I Ribbons & Trimmings. do Drab Beaver

but will convince the most sceptical of its real worth.: SPRINGS Jan. !. 1853. Negro Blanket, 4-4 6 4 A 12-4 Cotton aud]I w e will eell on as reasonable terms a! any other ,t Sac!, Rib'us. Black Silk Fringe 1 do Sup Chamoi tiDed Btciji 6kr&
THOUSANDS OF CONSUMPTIVE PERSONS Messrs. BKACH t BROW.VS-Sina: I send for an- Maciimw lo Ijncu Sheetings, House in the city. HEIR A RUST. BONNET A Satin" Zephyr Worsted, do Buck Ganntlett

have been deceived repeatedly in buying medicines: o'her l bottle ofyonr M: relli"i'I Uterine Cathohcon." Grey Saddle Blankets, Choctaw Stripe, October 15, 185S. 41 Velvet. Cap A Bell Wor.ted Bintliugs. LADIES Alexander Kid Gion.,

which were aid to be infallible cures but which hare My wife has been afflicted for eleven years and a variety ir'cn" White Corduville Plains, ---, --- -,-- -- Silk Braitis asnnrted White
proved only' pallitives, but this medicine is not only: of means has been resorted to for relief: but none 3 1-4 Union" Lmvcll Hats & Caps.mlX7F. Vt kite bilk Fringes, Snake Curd d Tapes.Gloves do Thibet do
: pallitivo but uo deleteron Drugs undone trial' will prove its actonkhing Its influence seemed) almost mng cal ; there was a 9 4 Whitney Wyoming Shii tings are just receiving a large stock< & do Cashmere do
1 efficacy better than any assertions or certificates manifest improvement from the day it was taken. Marlboro Stripes A PIaiddPi.tuarn t't' from New York, which lie will lIeHluw I Mitts. do Silk Fleece Lined (Glove

hi curing Consumption and ail diseases (If f the Lunjrs As there are a great many females iu our country Wide Chambray Stripes, Sinters Bro. Drill, HEIR i RUST. 4 fI.'f. LADIES IIM'J. and colored. Kid Gloves do B.rer Gauntlet .
I; and Liver, finch at Spitting of blond. Caught, pain in laboring under the afflictioll .Ii'r.\\'Licl1 your medicine Coimn'l Plaid Lin>ey, Naumkcajf .' October 15. 1853. 41 j"lIll/!!( Silk .

tht tide end elmlt, nighlwcatt, JLc. ; .S to all such. CLOUGH S. BEARD. W'te Rock Urcen" Cadimere a'I
.-To protect our own as well as the Con J. B.MAurmsi t Co.. Proprietors Ceutral Depot, 304 Gala W. Clams .4sTOWLE --- Buck Qauntletta RICH Black and Fancy Brocha Silk.
nmptive sufferers we are obliged in rnujon\! ]\ find 1 & MYERS 4' Plain and Plaid aa
New-York. Bl'k
Broadway Plain Silk Mitts
Linsey, Li ht. ,
the signature of COMSTOCK January 14, 1654. 2 6m Green B.iize, Furniture Worsted Soi.
wrapper without this it is worthless counteifcit Rt Brown Glasgow Stripes Buckeye Chambray, ,<' .k. hand their Fall supply of t October 29. 1853. 43 a 44 Changeable Silk. t

Mg member tils.CARLTON'S. :\ LARGE LOT (-f TOBACCO, SEOAP.SA. White Dom. Flannel, Grmi Tweeds, GOODS, to which they would respectfully 'a ",. Striped" '
LINIMENT FOR THE PILES. Ac. and Solace at IIODGKISS i SCOTrS. W.cool"l Gold Medal" call the attention (.1 the public: Wines, Syrups, &c. a M Black Italian "

-11. is now used in the principal hospitals and in the November 19, 1853. 46 4 4 Ballard Vale WeUh Flannels. Gold 4- limiting" Levers.. by. Tobu. O LD Otard Brandy, Fresh Dates, a a Black Rept Silks and Satin,

private practic# of our country by an immense mini CAdet Und. Jeans, Red A Orange Flannel, E. D. Johnson, Old Port Claret and Faucy Annure Sill.
tr of individual anJ families first and most certain. Bends and Liabilities of the Union Dank, Exelcior Twiik-d A Gauze 44 Josh. J Johnson MjtcK-ira Old Port Juice, -

; 4 Iy forth* cure of the PILES and also ext>n-ivelv' J'ORsaleby C. A. COE. )1 i1r'rd" Linen Crukh. Gentlemen's Open Dial O.M 1 1 Levers, Sherry Sparkling Cider, Mantles and Talmas.

1 and effectually as to baffle credulity unless where its I 5 Stone Street, New Yoik. Blue 12-4 Hamilton Sheeting Ladies 44 Gold. Hunting a Levers" ,bv. Arnold,DavwA Co. Ixiiidon Porter, Scotch Ale, RICH Embroidered Mantle*,in all colon,

4 flVcts are witnessed Estemiliv in the foflowing complaints December 1';. J8:13. 60 tf Shaded Loui-iana 44 Cooper JL Cu, BranHy Peaches, Brandy Cherries, Dutch*** Mootle. (Velvet Trimm
4 t Chro'tie> qiriip immtdiele er,S"re Throat, Brtiiut i I, Notice. Arkwtight D'k G'n Jeans, 4-4 Calla Silver Hunting Lcwrs, Strawberry Frri-h Lotxter .4 Empress a do
: Sprain Burnt, d.t. Sorts and Ulcers Whether Bright .. D. C. WILSO Silver Hunting Anchors. Lcpines, and common L"I1I'.n" Shad. a Plain and Embroidered
4 fresh or of Ion* IllAndin$. and fcrer sores Its opera: SIX months from date, the undersigned Executor of RO5.1853.. 44Dress Watches, and Marble[ Mantle[ Clocks.JKIVEXRV. Gil.gt'r" Salmon, 44 Black Cluth Talma SOL. Talma.,-
ton adalts and children in last Will and Ttstamciitof, Isler deceased, .
upon reJudn rheumatic Pin Apple Clams.Gaiira a Lavender Colored MAntles
of Leon "V'slrt
,, welling, and:! loosenine coughs and tightwM of theclvestby and late ,ouchers C4.untwill to the of present PioKitc his nUll I accounts Goods. Fine Gold Chatilain Chains Braceletu fine Cora Jvlly, Preserved Quince, Trim.4

relaxation of the parts, has been surprisini; and ask for a li ] Judge fur Leon County,. TAPLE and Fancy Silks Pearl and! Gold P;:.- ( eiaige. J. S. ISLEU E ,
beyond: conception. The common remark of those .eeutor. i: Plaid EnglMi Cuff Button. and! Fiii jtT Rings; Gentleinen' Gold SiKirkling (Jelatine! Tamarind, ;
who has u.tdit in the Pius, i ia "It acts like a charm." January 1,1S54. Cm. 3 Florence and Marcelline Silks, FlJb.P e.t. and 1 (Jiiard Chaini. Seals liuckles. and flavoring Extracts, Spices. RICH Black Alpaeca.

It U t warranted please any person that will try it Administrator's Silk Tissue, (assorted) Key GuM Thiiubl-, Gold Pen and Pencil Cases, Yeast Powder, Pick!'-", Blue
Cllutillft.-Yeyer buy it unless you find tbe factimile Notice.IX .. and WoMed Beragcs, Tooth Pick.*, Gold; Pens Gold and Silver Spectacles, Corn Starch, Salad Oil 44 Painted and Figured Alpaooa,

signature of Coinstock on the wrapper.DEAFNESS.. t
.-Us* Dr. LARZETTS ACOUSTIC Lon County. will present hu final account mid vouchers Plain, Cbckccllllld) Figured Poplin Drcsoes, l Fans, Papier Nnche Dek, Port Folio and Mustard D. H. AMES. German and Tan Colored ., Prsosisa4

. OIL for the cure of Deafness. Also all these disagreeable for to the Judge of Probate for Leon County, and ask Checked La Belvadeie Jtobes. Album Flower Va"cs, Tea Trays, Girandole*, Parlor December 21, 1853. 51 a Parametta Merinoes.Cloths.Cassimeres
a discharge. J. S. ISLER, Administrator. Striped 1 b aii'l Pas asre lAiups, Jlobe; and Feather -
4 noises, like the buzzing of insects falliRar of Chimneys, FRESH GARDEN SEEDS
water whizzing of tteam, which arc symptoms of approaebmg January 21!l, 1854. 6m. 3 Striped and Checked Tereian ClctLs, Clu"tl'r'l. Table Matt. Pocket C >mpas)'C's. Surveyors ,
deafness. Persons who have been deaf for Cashmeres and Meriuoes, Chains, one Field Compass,Hou.-e, Tea, and GROWTH OK 1S53. &c.

Iweuty years and were subject j to use ear trumpets, Notice. Opei a FLinnclii, Hau-1 1WU. RUT Ba-ja, Flat Turnip,Cabbage.D.>'t.. Ac.,just ENGLISH Cassimeres, Philadelphia Jean

p have after Ubiug o. e bottle, been mr.de wi1I. S IX months after Jute. I shall present final Clu-ckcHl "u.ll'la! lI Cloaking, SILVER AND PLATED WARE. \'' D. Il.A3IES. CushiuarcU, Black "Cloth (for Talon,)
my account Ladies Cloths (otsoited) December !4, 1S53. 61 Kentucky Jeans, Tan Colored Cloth do
4 TO OWNERS 0? AND DEALERS IN HORBE8. and vouchers to HonorableJuifge 'f Probate Italian Cloth Silver Table, Divert, and Ta Spoons, ButterKiiivcs OLio Brown ,
do cia
, .-Carlton't Founder Ointment, fur the cure of of Jefferson County as executor of Paul Ulmer Bomhazinta and) assorted and Silver Cups, Plated Tea Stt, Caskets, AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO.
,*p.Jt Founder. Split Hoof, Hoof bound Horse and Contracted late of said County deceased arid ask for a dismission Muslins (agrorted Alpaccas.) ( ) CllJ tcr?. U"'. Fruit Stand. Waiters, Butter Dishes undersigned. Agent of the above Company. Ladies Handkerchiefs-
. ; aud discharge as such executor. JoHN ULMER. and Cantllv Sticks Silver Plated Forks Table, De THE &c.
and Feverish Fret Wounds. Bruikes iu th. Fle.h ThiUt Cloth! receive appheation for and make insurance
Galled Backs, Cracked Heels Scratches, Cut, Kick I Jeflen-on County. b. 4, 1854. 5Administrator's Cant dries. (:assorted) nert. an.! Ta Sp K im. against !1.ls" by Fir. on Brick find Frame Buildings: T A DIES' Plain Corded Border Hand *
ii:!: Fancy Prints. Fine Dtml.ip l Barrel-! Guns, Shot Pouches anclPuwcl..r Furniture. Merchandize, Ac. Jt do do Hemstitched do

:iit &onborsea.'d' | Notice. Tn ilfc-d Per-ian Print. Flask, Engh Caps Gun Wads CleaninRotit. January r.. 185S. 4 B. C. LF.WIS. do Scolloped dodo

nlv Coinstock & Brother. 2 St Peters Place, di i- A LL pf'rllon'llIM'ingmy demands ajjainst\ theestatc Gin-hams I (assorted) D. C. WILSON. fine Table Cutl.t'itla or without Forks, Carvers Embroidered dodo
of G. E. Farmer and G. R. fine p-N'kHt Cutlery of all descriptions fine PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY Plain Mourniru
:1i; redlin rear of the Af r House between Birclayand A x Fanner dvcenet-d. ari November 5. If 53. 41 ? dodo
zv: Vtney 1/'*, one door from B ondieay. New York. hereby called upon to present them without delay to ScisMirs and Shears. Walking Canes, Accordiaiw I, HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT.Capital Embroidered Collar.

. V whom all orders must be directed. Also by EDWARD > the un . BARNARD only in Tallahassee who ia the- tees and persons entitled distribution said estates ASIIIONABLE Imp. Moleskin hats, Strings, Razors Razor Strops Lubiu'a Extracts, Co.Ilgne. do do do Cl1emizettu.do ,
.Lj" n/v wholesale dealer for Florida and will npply I will take notice that their claims ou.1 l demands will be Superior .4 L l lavender, Brown Windsor and Yankee Shaving TIlEmder.i n'd. Agent of the above Company do do Underleeve.

: our.try merchnnta at the lowest pri e. By Johnson barred at. the expiration of two years from this dat Black Cassimere Citizen's Soap October 30, 852. 43 i to take risks against Fire on buildings L. do Bruxell Point Lace Collars

.'j f\! A Eppea -Monticello E. Seixas, Thotnasville Ga, unless exhibited within the "' Bearer elarenJonj .4 and their contents,on the most favorable terms.F. do Yaleucienne and Houitoo .llia.
; aad by on* person in every town. same.W. S. MURRAY. soft .. ID District Court of the United States H. FLAGG Agent. -

,!hri ; Oetuber 8. 185*. 40 lyeow JAS. P. FARMER Otter brush U Fur the Northern District of FlorlcUi.A Tallahassee.November 5. 1853. 44 Hosiery, &c.

1. January. 21 1854. 8w 3 Administrators. 44 Cas-irucre softDrab T CHAMBERS. JAN., 25, 1851.-It is hereby ci r- Tax Collectors Sale.By Wnite Cotton Uvu
U r
I5If Notice. Bounty Land Warrants V.ool" .4 r\. dered that the Tenn of the said Court appointedby Slate do do
im month after date I .Lall present my final nc- sqr crown M law In IK.- held on the first Monday in January, virtue authority in me vested by law I have do Moravian Cotton Uuce.
SIX and voucher to the Honorable Judge of .H BOUGHT at the Vyhett price and procured j Pearl soft and heretofore adjourned to the first Monday in February levied upon and will expose for sale before tbe do Black Lamb Wool floes '

Probate Jefferson> Coim'y, as executor of the last f.1' 1 who have not been able to etab- Caspiiucre, next. be and the same i is hereby further pos t- Court Hou o in the town of Qiiincy Gad den County, do do Ca.hmere do -
rtt: ? luh their ehiiins. If any have received a less Drab Jloleskiu on the thin! Monday in April next the following described do do
r.-.t will and testament of George W. Johnson, late of Jcffcrson |>oned and adjourned to the fourth Monday (27th Alpacca! do
, i amount Umn they ere entitled to, let me know ft.- Box 'I property or so much thereof as will pay tb eState do Lisle Thread
County, deccu ed, and ask for a dMiiuWion day) ">f March next at which time tln same will f do .
.* having had fourteen years experience in the 44 English Drab beaver be" and County Taxes due thereon for the year do Black
from my excc t.or hi'o LLOYD SKANNAL, prosecution held, at the Capitol in Tallaha.eee. and White Silk Hose
aud settling Government claims I understand 41 Soft Wool a 853, and the necessary expenses incident thereto, to
iI by his attorney in fnct WM. BCl D. .. I. 11. BRONSON, Judge. MEN'S White Cotton Half Hose. -
.... Jefferson Comity, Fla..OcwLc.r 16,1853. 41 6m fully the ways and means of Retting through the various Cafisimere, black and drab January 28, 1R54. 4 4t wit: do Fanedo do do
J.. : Departments at Washington. hare in mj Children's lieavers and feathers, Two hundred and ten acres of land, lying on Flat, do Mixed do do do

t Executors' Notice. possession record evidence of 236 Florida 87 Ala. Heavy ",w.1 hats ,i.r Negroes, PREMIUM COTTON GINS. Creek, belonging to Robert Jimerson. do do Merino do do "
bama, 120 Georgia, besides South Carolina and Tennessee Gents and HUGH 0.McLEAN,
:," date to-wit the Boys cloth caps, T A YLUR & CO.. Proprietors IheCo-; do do Lamb's Wool half Ho.,
! ; SIX month af.er : on Friday 21st Muster RoIU of persons engaged in the Florid 44 plaid ., ET. Tax Collector for Gadsaen County.
, ,1il I shall to tbe Court Cotton Gin Manufactory,have thesut- do Heayy Brown Cotton do
of next present of If
July War. have October
you any Quaiter Master, Pension o r Men and! IViys glazed M 15.1653. 41 6m do Lisle Thread "dod ,
It'J; ji of Gadsden account and i Utaction loannounce to their patron and the Planters -
Probate fUr the County
my Bounty Land Claim: call in. No charge, if I obtaiiuo 44 Leather "
.:U:: Toucher ILl Executor of the. Estate of Reuben B.hid 8. C. 11. BLOOD. Nov. 5, 653. generally, throughout t the Cotton growing re Tax Collector's Sale. White Silk do
money 44 D. C. WILSON. I
tf'.ii deceased, aud apply to the Judge of said Court for a N. B. Persons with unsettled business connected gion. thai they ate prepared supply any number B y virtue of the power vested in me by Jaw shall

. final discharge: of which all parties interested, willpleas with the late establibhmeut are also invited to call. Fire and Marine Insurance. of their celebrated! PREMIUM GINS. expose for sale before the Court House at Quincy Tweeds and Kerseys.11EAVY ..
these Gins have been onceuaed it
, ; take notice. BUKKKLL B.: WILKES No 'ember 5. 1853. 44 6m Savannnh Where wouldbe in the County of Gadsden, on the third Monday in English Tweed, .
Executor of R. B. Hick, deceased.Jannary THE Mutual Insurance Company hay deemed unnecessary for the Manntactiner&tosay April next, the following described American do
property or i so
Hardware. established an Agency in this City. will a word i in their lavor, as they feel confident the machines -
8fli: Sl, 1864. 6m. 8 much thereof as will pay the State and County4Taxes do Black and White Washington Xent1\
, Fire and Marine risks the have been tit such
favorableterms. brought perfection at
on most
SAWS. Screws. Brads and Tacks due thereon for the )ear 1S53, and the expenses do Cable! Warp Kerseys,
; ncccsary
1i.1J to THO. will
..; At Chambers. MILL Well Wheels l Apply J. PERKINS, Agent. their superior performance recommend them, incident thereto to wit: do Georgia do .
January 14, 1854., 2 in to all other Gin now in the
r.i" Christina Strong, ) Hand saws, assorted, Fancy Bellows, 9m satisfaction preference ul thoo who hve not used UIIP01(the Gins Five hundred and sixty-one acres of land. King on do Plain Plaid and Striped Oanaoorga.

:. ... V Bill for DivorceChristopher Saw Knives.Carpenter's Smith's Bellows, Metallic Burial Cases.undersigned and are unacqu tinted with I heir repulal ion the Proprietors Rock Creek purporting to belong to L. H. Cath'n.HUGHO.McLEAN..

.\r, B. Strong. } Planes us. Knives and Forks need only say, that the FIRST Premiumshave bents Handkerchiefs.

f Ffl{ THE bill being filed in this case, and proof having Spirit Levels, Boxwood Rules, been awarded to them for the BEST GIN exhibited Tax Collector for Gadsdcii County. Plain Corded BOIS L.C: Handk'fcBorder

. made before me that said defendant resides Wrenches, Otter and Muskrat Traps, at the great t State Fair held at A.Ianta: Georgia October 15. 1853. 41 6m ME Handk'fo do Silk doen'a
.. '1 1 out of tU State of Florida: It i ia ordered that a hearIng Axes aud Hatchets, Shears and Scissors, ; also, at the Alabama and Georgia Agriculturaland { Hemstitched do do Real Bandana do
.? t be had on the fact charged in said bill ou the 4th Framing & Tenant Saws, Com.A Rosewood Gauges, I '" Mechanic's Fair, held at Columbus ; and at the t Fancy Goods. do Heavy Silk do do do Pongee do

f' Monday b March next at the Cuurt House in Tallahassee Bench and Hand Vices, Patent Axle Pullies, TilE keeps constantly hand vai ri- annual Fair of the South Carolina Institute, at WE are now receiving from New York LADIES do Bandana do Men Italian Cravafa,
; t ; provided that a copy of this order be published Plate and Kim Locks, Files and The Cotton FANCY DRESS GOODS Ribbons
1'f. thee
I.ASp ? tllZCS of the Pateut Metallic Burial Cases Charleston. ginned on Gins r C. BOnnet. do Pongee do do Fuel da
: in"some newspaper of this State for the space of three Padlocks, Augurs mentioned in the accompanvmg certificate' reived the first Premiums at the exhibition. held in Glove, Veil?, Mantillas Capes and Collars with a
:" 4 taoutli at lean*, before tbe day appointed fur said Chisels and Guge Steel Squat, EDMONDSON.: Charleston,Sonlh Carolina ana 6L every Fair where variety of other Fancy Articles,too numerous to men Sundries.
r;! j bearing. J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge. ,: Braces and Dls. Spnng Balances and Steelyards samples Cotton from them have been exhibited.] tion. HEIR A RUST. .
; .f Attet:-Hr'l 1&CHEK Cfr.. Callipers Compasses, WASIU.NCIOX 5tl_ The Proprietors have in their possession October 15, 1S53. 41 ADIES' and Oenf Merino Under VHta; Ladf*
'ii.j $ TV" 4 1EK i>51 By JOB R.LLOTO J). ant Screw Plat. Hammers and Claw MESSRS. FISK A ioGvrLxMi'tWe RATHOXD, April cert ificalfs from Planters, Cotton Brokers numerous Commission JLf and Gent Silk do do: Lamb' Wool do ; Ladis

Stocks ad Dies Hatchets, witnessed the Merchants, and Manufacturers: of Cotton Coroner's Sale. Plaid Wool Shawls ; do Cashmere do; do Embroil

Sheriff's Sale, Chains of all kinds, 1fa8ns'Tro"els. nanu.nul Pateut Metallic Burial Case.utility" wed of your to con-or- Goods, testifying that the nerlormance ot the Ginj virtue ('f certain writs of fieri facial issued from ered Thibet do; do Fancy Cheniell Neek Tie; *"

f 1t; First Monday in March 1554. Cutlery, Sbo Jlive. ad Pincers, VCJ the rt-maius the late lIon. John C. Calhoun to and the sample produce! by them cannot be excelled : BY office of tho Clork of Leon Circuit Court Middle Elastics; do Elastic Wristlets and Sleeve BandSwiss. *?-.
Nails and Iron all .i Anvils tc. Mull Nainsook, and Jaeonet Mnalina
e the Congr.ssunnlCemeterv by Gins ever manufactured. Circuit ofFloridn herein the Union Bank of ;
11 virtue of a wnt of fieri facia issued from the eo. which impressed us with any :
L' i JY Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court for the Butt and Hllgu.Toetber the belief that it is the best article known to us for All!! orders for Gins, given'cither to our travelling Florida and others are plaintiffs and Haley T. Bloc]L. and Checked Swiss and Jaconet Muslin; s-riiaW

T County of Leon. in fLy Middle Circuit of Florida a large supply of GrerC Crockery transporting the dead to their final r(etill .place. or local Agent, or forwarded to the Proprietors by er. Sheriff and! ex-olficio administrator of D. A. Gui]l. Jaconet Edgings and Insertfnga; Real and lmi" .

r I. wherein Beaton Graotland i il Plaintiff and J. Addison aD Ware, and Woodeu Wae, Pain Li. With/ respect l wc subtciibe ourselves, Yours :. mail,will always receive prompt attention. Ci US lard, is defendant 1 have levied upon and will expose Valencennes Lace. Edging and Inserting; Mate**
t'% Braden administrator of Hector W. Braden, is defendant Drug d Also. Hosiery,, and a full assortment of I TT. Clay D. R. Atchison, Jeff. Davis, will be sent to any part of the country. and warranted for sale, before the Court House door in the city of and Honiton Laces; Bl'k Silk Lace; Brusael d0"W1'

.tt;. ; and another writ of fieri facias issued D. C. WILSON. I I Lewis Cais A. C. Greene, 'V. H. King. to give satisfaction. Tallahassee Monday, the 6th day of March, 1854, Blond do; Wove do and Inecrtinga; Cambric .
f "ii frM the same Court wherein William A. Stewart i* November 5, 1853. 44 D. S. Dickinson, Dan. Webster henry Dot'ge, JOS. L IUTTON, Agent, Tallahassee. the following described Negro Slaves, to-wit: SwaM Bands; English, French and American 0iJIt
!.r, plaintiff agaiuet the same defendant I bare Jetiedup. J. M. Mason, J. M. Berrien, W. P. Mangum. Columbus March: 20, 1852. It lv Nelson, Peter Harry Rhina and child. barns. French 44 Chintz; Hoyles 4-4 do; Sa.
! Boots and Shoes. Welch and English, White Scarlet,Yellow and 0**
of D.
October A.
land wm for salt; before the Court House 1. 1853. 39 tf Levied upon an the property Gaillard deceased -
i li1. door b the expose city Tallahassee on Monday the 6th IVf EN'S superior Calf Sewed Boots, (ass't) CROCKER Y, GLASS and STONE WARE late tlf Leon County, and. to be sold to satisfy ]] Flannels; Seliseau Flannels for Ladies Sacks; Pn*

::;:i day of March next within legal hours, the equity of fBllVl, Kippegged Copper, Tin, and Sheet-Iron by HEIR A RUST. said writ of fieri facias, according to law. ed do; 8-4, 10-1, 12-4 Whitney Blankets; Negro .
: '
t1 redemption of the late Hector W. Braden deceased, lli Youth's and Boys October 15, 1853. 41 D. E. HULL Coroner. of every.quality; :Plaid Saddle do; Bleached t#
r!1 t dacribed to.witTheWjtheSEI.the Men's and Boys stitched IANUFACTORY.4tTIIE February 4, 1854. 5 5t Brown 9-4, 10-4 and U-4 Sheetings; 2 4, '7-8 nd*
b sad to the following property, : cl Bg '
'S Bleached aud Brown 8 4 and 104
E and TV" Gwynne's Centrifugal Shirtings;
N the Pomp.
El kp
. $
calf half pege Subscribers Worm the citizens of Tal- Notice.'X7E Diaper; 8-4 and 10-t. Brown Table do. H,
N1of&e13sidtbeEiS E i of Sec 12. T 1. and the surrounding that FOURTHS of the FIRST COST and Table OpW..
r country THREE 84 and 0-4 Bleached and Browo Linen
RS.NaodE.The ; Got BrJ I will makb Cub Advances on Sea Island Cotton
11 re now PrePared to furnish urns annually for saved to all who -
cwtoners Damask Napkina with thing necessaryHoussKMwa
W | S W J, WIN W ,, N E J of N W *,E and Boys Moro sewed Strrr with all kinds of ware, wholesale and retail, in their purchase the above ; which for Economy Durability L 1' 1' consigned to Messrs. James Gadsden & Co. All of which eyerjr will be sold ren'

i ) of S W 4, W of S E i W jN El, and theSE Black Patent Br. line of business. and Power stands unrivalled in the World I The attention of Charleston to those of our friends who wish to try bly tow, for CASH. Oiteuaacall, and we p

; ofNWlof't:5ecI8.andEiofSW } and thiS LADIE tip Gatr Tbe Subscribers call the attention of the public to I. of PLANTERS is especially called to its efficacy : that market J. GEO. ANDERSON A CO. I ourselves, (if you porchaae of us.) to give yoQ a Mi

; W J ofN W 4 of 8cc7, inT 1. R 3, Nand E. Kid, Morocco and Boole, their assortment of Parlor Cooking.'aud Wood Stoves, for Drainage. It is a perfect safeguard against October 15, 1853. 41 6m [Sentinel. equivalent yonr moo.y. in. good of the ..- .
:' !jr The See 21, Sec 22. aud tho E i of S E i of See Kid ties, Buskin c1 Clippers of the latest style ; all trimmed in complete order, at the i iH effects on Cotton and other plantations oft the Notice. teat atylee and die very beet quality.
3' ::.' H.inTl, a 1, N aDd E. a the lowest market price.. Please call and examine destructive rains of the Soutbern climate. Mud grav- THOMAS H. CRICHLOW & BROTHNoember .
'i Which Mid property bad been in the lire time of the Cole" before purchasing elsewhere. Also Brittannia and and other substances do not injure it. It ia adapted SIX months nfter date the undersigned adminUtra 26,'185,*. :41 ,

I said HedOrV.. &iidenooo'evedby way of mortgage Je Gaitr and a general Japanned Ware Load Pipe, Sheet Zhio Sheet Lead" for Steamers Manufactories, Mines, Fire of the Estate of Alexander Hendry, deceased -,
to the WIMVU JMuk If Eloridaby divers deeds (iinn i<. of Children's Slippers and ad Servant's assortment House-work, Roofing Fancy Heads for gutters Gut Water works for large Cities and all Enginmir late of Gadgd u County, ,Florida will present his final

Wt, aftd LW laid equity of NdempUao U now levied :Nov. 6, 1863. 44 D.lb. tering Pipes-Shop.work of every description done ing I powerful pumps. Sizes of 25 gallons to I reqttoo account and vouchers to the Hon.Judge of Probate of Sheriff's :'Sale. -

.pua M ike property of the estate of MId Hector W. with neatness and despatch. aiIonii per capacity kept on hand by UNION said County and ask to be discharged. Y vi/tue'.i a .writ of fieri:'fkeia i In1 friS 0'j3officeoftheClerkofLeos
Braden,and lo be at>ld to satisfy the said writs of fierifaciaa. WHITE & BUtsSER. POWER COMPANY of U. S., 24 Broadway NewYork. : GEORGE HENDRY. Cirenit Court.

4, H. T. BLOCKER, Sherift 4 Sherla Sale.BY October 8. 1853. 40 tl September 10. 1863. 36' '. m- Circoit of Florid. nand Qnea
I .bsnay4,1864. 6 6t virtue of facias issued from theo DeeernbcrlO,1858. 49 Sm
Wanted. LeIzrand Brown i i. defendant I have .
of tbe Clerk of Leon Circuit Insolvent Estate NoUce.
Cur Mile and will CortH Ooort J109'1.In
&* > Hardware. Florida, wherein. Hmo i plaintiff : DRY: HIDES, for which the higbeat Iii areUUUketpnoewillbepaidby Notice. STATE OF FLORIDA, t the eity xpe of Talhih | er 'Monday;the 6tfc da
TORY LAftGB4nd Vell'aeleoted st de of tL. and Lasso Hutto and John Months after date, I shall final
I. present :, ac
A SIX my Madison County. f March,18S4.:. Ii**legal hours tbt IoUriiC
above artkles just receired. and for site low b\' hare kvied upon wi e fo'sale before I October 29, 1863_ 43 8. S. KNIGHT. and vouchers to (be Honorable Judge of bed to-wk" "
A" ._
1 _tojsr11uL 41, HEIR A RUST. Curt HOOM door a %.e O Monday, the' teV Probate for Jefferson County M executrix of .Wil JOHN H. PATTEBSON. exofficiq.adipiaiatmtor of TvahiudEad property aad:forty a4wesjtiiafl&BJon:* Saitnatadoa
between NoticeTSberebTgyenthat liam G. Oat aid \ Armstrong, deceased, having this day ;flUdin ]
.M.iita1.r'aIi. dy XclUt legal hourstI4oUowi Clark of County, deceased and air Forbes PotebMiC-? nat OB* and .
i ; > of aid written
: tb.l'ro"toO' County ,
to-wit: for diauiaaioo from administration of the lid wgge* '
? the .my a* "
0, HflMkf.tbe 6tb 'lTnv.si .. wQJ to laid at O S B. Uvfed uP.the property of j.. of the> Estate ,ofThosnu iflbiciibet J. Heir, 1st Adminwtrator of Jefrttnoa'I Eatate. EMTLY,'CLARK. E" ,getion'that iktrtfort he believe..,cr&rtdYTbat aaidettaie, all to be ineoUeot ha fiokelaima jft "8UtS-Wea.flf. feW.(, H TtUihaMM. ,TVV "IW-1t.i",_ .
M peraoiv
Aucuott oee Kegro ,aiwut $I.r.uLdrst said,writ of I fie I county;dweaMd, will lilt month Jeffs A.on Comity.; November .6.1868.; flm, sid ; C" -' ,_ WI
after .
date t aint estalq
not daappear
a an4,1 t.be
rate X3ook w..1r ri Meordifig Min W't.upog."JPIIIId1
.JIf.1r. B. ... belocwiDI to the J t S lw.. T.Property LOgER>pointed, Sheriff oat b apply to the An. Judge of I ProhaU of,Jeflbraoo '11oO\6 'Shoe, In the.o(5 afon*aJd, ,autbenUoatd Jn tU :nana 'b ..;tbiaW.- 1"_! ''

; BERRY 4rLES, AuetIoretrI27 ... ob. 1. Dr A. D. 8. OjuntT.foraduwbarg*) from his Admiiii.trator Wp. V.verydseeript1oiandeli' for vale loVby NI b 1lawSn; or."- before the. 7tb.day of Auco f.8S& 't f..- ,&;T.m.o ] oI:&
u oosaitit. W. -"" .B.IZt
8. '
: ,
; 26, 185f. 5 F 5 : WORj. It HJtB 4.RU5T .
St. d.- 1. 1t Jeflt'rifba Couttv, .December 8,1853. 49 alb; ; f un .k. .,. 714i65L 5 '6a J_