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: January 14, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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-- OBITUARY. sunshine of gratitude, back to which thought'! p.-illed to li-irti that contained informalities .
(IJarlrshm (ar !. Diet! in WnfcuUa: County, on the f tli J'm1o.'r.l I rtrrr. could go, and find delight in the remerllLrII t'. and defects clearly they invalidating his title. calming him. AH around was in harmony

1853, Mrs. OLIVIA BVUD rehvt.-f! the late Caj.t. .\Ill was a dull, dead blank of I In with the great Creator. while the distord of
.- Jo.hna The edvus )hIm in Len money-gcttin', a state of much alarm and excitement, he assaulted selfishness
GADSDEX & CO. Henry Dyrd. < -ec-n ___ -- the recollection of which made tumult, in his
"ir County:X. C., "n the! IMM'i t' of January. lll'-J.' and I' LITTLE ALLY.Tlcirtish gave more pain than I called upon William J-, and implored him breait. How a
I generous impulse towards
Cotton Factor emigrated t. tbi State i in, 1S-7, where he resided pleasure. I I to use his influence I
\ l1d & Upland ? until with hid brother to stop cherished
tangled gardfii plavinj
r.1 oALSO a Morgan, and made active
S hr; ,1,, tll. 1bough; 1 poetirallv termed! a land) of ]liiuiul a c..tlage cool) mid ptey, I Xo wonder that, after the excitement of!'; Uiennrightpnus!! prnCttliug'iilli:1I11 could not I would
fl\\'rOl. to oar te<.::.d) fsu-n 1 Fl'-rida has removal, and the interested have clothed his i spirit with peace as a man.
e : ]'ir \( a Tlifiv'f a little cn-ature ftrayh.jr.llit.tlf st.nte of mind attcadant give: him much encountgemetit.thou; !h his heart .
Central! C'N1W1 S,";I11 Merchants, 1:1U.1..f trial* Iud afil ctimi. A l.el.fd )hu>.'and-tue I' s. thr<>izh the lirtlutig day I npon the fitting up of a new hnrj; arhed for the unhuppy It J. tl(. What a different work had cruel and

No. 62 East Bay comforter (.f br trials fill.1'ht"r..f mnny joys-aiul'alTictiniwtc I Litre Ally 1 flitting; fairy the: mind of Ed\vard J- reeeded that man. so happened} exacting seli'Ishtiess: wrought !
again to Morgan passed from *
rliii'livn.! ] have, l lon liniiJ Jirnl; \\ < ov1-r | William J- I
: 'I't\ Sojiivcly 1 iiL-E i tl.ari: \ our tLur..b I SLip of d As he walked on, with no in his
s. C. its f'tJte dI.(1Uit-tu,1e, or that the old shadows place of biiMnets purpose
CIIAJLES7V.V. witb niiiny: lt-\if." dlenvjtli!: al! :i motln-ri* k-votii-n ? a* ripe a* ch as the brother! cnt r'd.-
'I.JjJlf'C AWTiEN, ) liashlio l.tm1'1'; the hick ,'.wlif ln-r "iilVt-r.i's: thllun. uuuJ: und ri'Fy any as a-rry.jilum deepened' once mcic on his brow. j I II The two men had never met ; and the rich mind a man passed him hurriedly. A glimpseat

Jjttl F. EpwARi's. V S Oppvittt P. and .%I. Lank pru'vir-a; ill hl'r imn--t lieiirt l h'r inabiJity: : tllwit'j I How broadly contr:. t(1 was the ttatelvimansion : : owner of (Jlenwood/ did not know, bv his face, as the moonlight fell broadly upon .

J?JCBAED E. ScILVEX.SeptetIlbCt ) igate use j lain: tif I tlit- Jiicxjiiv; ibly
10. lf&3. :6 6m tru-tiic in tin- Saii'UiVIvunJ mvrcy j jbe ]i-rltip.4) nuiy; : .dV.I ... I I in hich! his brother! resided and! whirh1 I II Who is that countenance of poor Morgan. The sight
1 wt-11 : nn-J th-iu'! !h jru f lias A>r n m;'!netj? f1flflllJ-% i r.itthc: thr-mjli the tLrI(- Line. to man {"ho enquired, in voice caused low
(.J. flirmvlins; In plooni *'vt-rv 4-nonjy. it \vi" (mly fr | J.llad :.I)It tl.,. iit: e (lvr- I I in lf-\vearines., he often repaired. Yet f'1)I' of surprize. a shudder to go creeping to his

\,.. LTEH.Sr.l.KEH.Cotton .1 na'on. r..I' C.. ''(" .ne."n m-t-t t.rn.-I. :iIJ.1! ". itli it I Chiriiii| ii!e n little liunt-t I: si-lii-hly did he love his own, that nvcr :11I1 I IrispalA Why\ d!
Factoi1and General Commission that nutivif.rtitu.K'Jin'l: faith in (;(0(1! i1it! :, J.U'l a v.--iyc j jMjsiaine J.lill i vi'ii-"! :,1':1 "K.tty'iii; ; l ? of generosity towards this brother "What ails him ? Hi face [pity in his bosom. J)j; y is but the hando aid
vitiirn !I.. f lift.-I 1'JJiin.j lil. wiiue h.lf J 1 mil] uj.bei'i! hr in tti '> <* | sympathy. Thc.nch man's
Merchants. Tlj.'iiirli in her 1 twiial: Ir.dtla.h\,? "..111..1 1 t. IJIVI'I ; lu allJr.u:; the 1 l.riiK-l.ts hiJ.IIu i!I stirrI, eveiUir: a moment, the! dead Mirlaci'i:; ': asht-s, and hii ejcsijJd like thyso of one in homeward with the victim of his thought went..

-A:. O- ]ire-"-niiiu'iit tbat l 1..1' 1 jiil, tima 1 .' w:.. nearly: onoe-I I. ol1lc'1 '\ n.ori.ia'g i'| of I humanity's: waters lying stagnant! in I his'j terror, or derangiuJ.; cupidity
|'py went homo with him he
A ct* fur tbe Pioneer Liue of Packets betweeuCnAHLI lid cn,{':,'.'rt'J t-, ]ir"-.y?<- br fbi'.ilten:, f"'r tilt e-ini j J'u.rii.;: J.hal. tit tic ;uru-n f.' le. i,j bo-ofi. I If he thought of hii: humble! rcum. i ilv i i. in ;rfjit dutroes.! LI, IUM. it in though strove hard
il,;; lit'tl.mti'II. 1lJIII! tl.:11 11.-,1 tl.. ..01" ''. "f life Vhi'vlli: I Mhm.l IMIUM- Utilvuminj: stance at all, i it was with yoinvthirtg of :Inmli '! I'i iiii .i.nt! ...... / iinf: bo !>o cmnmittot; f1] I matte in u directioa-whie. ... fancy
'l'OX AM> M'.W'.J'OUT. pictures >v te.i." .u aiuuoUS
would -,\'n tt-nniiwle in il.e jn\s ..f a 1.1..FH.l..t'nllly. i r..tla-r Jnliii wi-1 ri.-tcr Xte. i i! that ne nealrelated, fchould so a crime? Are the minions otjtibticeat hi? he45 ?
o. occupy diead of the future that filled
Wharf .V.s her tlrab.! s-b- ,-nl! il her i hearts of
Boyce & Co's A f?w \\ {' 1.r.i." t<' JJkti .irLit 1.IlIri I riK-Uiiij: ..
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!i| low position.Oie No. He is of blameless! life not
( a man: ; -
Id ml-I 1 ail in that
.uI11. z.raiL.'i'v: he
cI1AJLE-TuX. S. C. yi.un.i.t da-hkr. "::1.' : : hi tie ** l\a.lll. c >ol, hnmhlehn.lJjng. Suddenly
rooi.nc i
GtOUOt 11. \At.TJR, ,',I ciin>ihii>n 1:1''I'! incxpvs-iii'\ ...' :11'. Ifill.J J JT1J I I1'1'1 Or) w little] :liJirt-U-ll.: innckitit! I morning, Ed ward! called tipoa William! as careful as hu shoi.M! !have--en in the man- stood still, and bent his head in deep thought.!

S. "WlLMOT \\.TIU.U. T. W.\1.K1"I \ bi-r hbe w.:lil .'>..n I without liii t1i'r. iiririns j; .\I the her t-> i-t-ik .Ic-iuc as bt-r fiit-nd.: and jmt :1111..1'! tru t i iin i iI 4< J have just made valuable! dUcoverv." i finds him. put
I in his
I with mind
13is2.z2-y; litlks 1:1111"! 1'.I ly a for he took
Aupust mrvd lInlU'VStH-kh-i5. purpose
l lon |;
bud tit
I Him- -that in sjivat inoryln- ; ]' ] h"bt! *"
is it enquired his brother. too n.uch faith in the world. lIe thought tOt
ber: children! until tii--) weiealle with J His n..i.tmwf'| Jlave; IK1alf H .11"1 a fij'As i long strides, and bent forward like a mart eager
A. PERRY AMAKER, It i provide fir lh. )"'\,'/. nut wben tlull v t? t iJnd: :) the li-: thai! *"fl njn'MsOu Vou. know the! beautiful side Slope of land well of his t fellow-men. J to reach the point towards which his

""'1'11. to expressthe 1 uniittirabl"! srii j..f..f hr veejiu'birtn : ( hU tlaiuty htllc! lij1- ju.-t IItHlmy( meadow (' \ "A common fault," was the sententious j I directed. He the
were was soon at
fA 1 gRJ 1 Ej b l '], < The 1 Jnvv l voie* .-f that I k nd I, i indui!m etit t i iiiKlbtT Au-l t a ,.rld ..Vl 1..t:1 v litor? Vhere :\lorgan Iivea {" said! William.I I :IIIWl'r.II l But \\ hat s.f this man I Something i steps house of the
i forever, hu.-hfd! in tin-I -li--j that 'X<.tI. t''.,; la-ln-i. l"i= and brewuVl.ik .,i Aldridge, lawver.
T4LiIAJ2FLA. I I nWI.kcllill0'1'"' ,ball: the word <.f ...!I.1'1. \ i.f l Und-. ith! \ :I.tol. f..jjcrs, I Vt-s. Theie are Mime tea acies, fimlvsitu.Ted : in his l face hits: interested me. Can 1 aid him "I want a piece of writing mado out immediately -

May :1. Ib::. :tl CiL !iit til tLo 1IJ"! down.IJ'.tlo exceedingly futile, and in a high in his troubles'?r' "
I r.adv_ to( sustain tl.i ir lr: r g said as the lawyer invited
-- -- : lama j state nf cultivation.: j I Yebrothr, can aid him, and at no .
JOHN B. GALERAITH tln.ii--! > i i" f"I'I'\"I' iin-parab'.v. Y t they : 11111141"! lif IK-TIT: I you : him to enter his office.
ATTORSCV AND COUSsJELLOIi AT LAW a' uret' (>f never, fuili'y! c...f.'rt t. "'l.tai i'a tl I t-ni in I Ikl l l.>:'l/ilu-: :.'f l.,.;.rt than now I \\Vlir i. \\ iliam looked, enquiringlv! at ': loss to yourself. JN'o lo.-s, did I say J Rather "To-night enquired AldriJge. p
this Er.lii-rcavonu"tt., TJje lured "11.' is g T. rv.1lo -. hihi other.! 1 I let infinite "
.I.:1'I..f : >
aI' siiiirnW! fI'luuil \ r j ate sajti your :;am. Can
Tallahassee! Florida.t dxvi-ll with )IKT Saviour the l'm-arJJ..f (God and Yes-to-night. you do it I"
in li"'lI l I\\
l.i 1U1,1 to i "
: That! What do J Infinite You
piece ground mean pain
: belongs, jaestioti-: you "
O if it be
bi'.v bwei't the rc-uuioii: with tbos-c dear out. !lie- certainly, not too long.
Office rfiiirr In the Capital.; ln.c"in11.1)! p-ue WLiifd! Tin! e i i. l'I.11111 l ruliiiijr! "
? lip] al,1to estate. make of word \\ ilHarn.
: I fire | my t : use a very strong I wish Quit Claim drawn
in favorof
titiMuate CLamU-r.! |jOei. ". 40 -1"IIIc Stniitmrilit 1 a up
away I
dJOUlill" II Our 1ej\irU') l friend; wn- n rr.en.lier of tbo JI- th! <'- May: theeir .tillilld: him ;tr..l in5K"UiJthe ;| "V.'hatV': The I brother I was startled! I at !: I Ill) ; vet, with a full appreciation; of itsnii'ar.ing. )for an."

D. P. HOLLAND ,1i-t CLun-li. Her iina'-tKiin: :r J'.iity and )L.VI- fur G"d; I c.tt.r"l'! v.H,1 l :.II'! jrrr !' this: annotincernent, ; for he saw a purpo.-t in : II\i-rytitig! : gained! to 'true I happiiivfs Quit Claim "

ATTOESET AXD COlTJfSELLOR r LAYT, have )nldla".1 forbi-r. we trust a rn-nibi-i' >hij; ifitlipbipb : I Kdnard's: : mind! to elaim it as his own, if he : is an infiiiite t gait; :. lU-Iit-vc: me, there might well be -
-- -- AMridge surprised.
Church of I Heaven. May: the { D liry. Florida ; ,11..1 could prove that the light referred to did ac- i: are few sources of human pleasure so lastingas Yes. Write it in due form
thic) out
and uvt. ,\ II"' d!1il.! only to heal tanetify I ; and let
TY7IL.L practice iu the Courts. of the JliiMle Cir treM-in berenvt-nient ti. the; Pulvatk of her rhildreii.is i iii'ti5lIilnn.: i I t '1 tially l'xi"t. I the memory (If a good ul'eYhat weK'tk it describe accurately the cottage and ten a-

t curt. and 'Jacisuu and Frjtiikliu Counties.October : the eaniekt 6-jT'pm'atii-n' :; ..f A ri.IH.Nl: I I j I '. That 1 piece of ground I is ndrtc." !:: ,\ itlz only a scliiah regard to our own'etijovriKnt cres now in his possession. How long willit
23.: U.V2. 42 tf -- -. --- -,-.-- ---- Why do so ?" :r' lo sc5 its charm with possession.Thi .
l >.1ii] t.-a this! If! ,' ;:t tbe rfsidnee; (>f IKnlaxv hr..tll.r-] : -- -- -- you say take you I""Xotlong.

.- WILLIAM SCOTT Asa: May. Kj j in Jeflv-rwui Ouity Flllrib,1ill : IVorn ArtlnrV Homo GlZl.t\.. | It originally :belonged to the property I I''i > is the life experience of every one. Hutt Half an hour, perhaps. But

the ili"'l11h'aT: ,.f her HZI'. ANNA :fAiAl COLE.dciiiL'1' I II ANew Experience in Life. ; 1 have purchased." : > e benefits wi- confer upon others, bless Usin Mr. J what does nIl this I Has

ATTOftHSY\ AT LA \oJ!" I !' r "f' 1 Uifh-ird 15. :lId I'arolini! < i < 'iae. lat- ..fK.i !: laY! .-. T. AUTIIVU. | 1 know it did. But Morgan! boncht} : i it ; a perpetual remembrance of the delight we -indemnified, ?" mean
d.'i.bt tit :Mr Morgan you
lfisfd piarid r
: O>uny < :in a "
MOXTICELLO. FLA.July Ilhr\\'I! !! \jdhi.i i !! ... (-f oalh Carolina ChurL-hU-n Two brothers: ; ini't alter nil abncc of ma- from tho former owner, more than fifteen: have created. Xo matter as to that, Mr. Aldridge,"

SO, 1W3.: __ :o, _tljan_ __ M.i.! ury: )1''...;:.. fpy.Liver. 11Ir) : ?. One ut'tlin> !lad; roniniiK-d! at !Iiou years :1t!{." I Only dim perception of what this meant, was the rather cold reply. The Quit Claim

E1SK1NE] -5 DILYOnTlI I -- _: ,. -'-. ---- ir"t ;t1ar. in: tif! :in-i iifxirhood! ('t! their t.u' Uut never met his payments and never d.uvrit-d upon the n.ind of Edward Yet, a I II I wish drawn. I will wait for it."

Coninlaiat. I,lionx1.. Tli'ith..-' sot,:;!;!, in :i di:t.-ttit: coanti got a full title.! ; fv\v i layv of li;ht streamed ii upun his moral! In a short time the pnperwas ready, attested -

ATTORNEYS AT LAW, I. Z3" The ou'y ,..\:.1- .-ver tfTer/) t" tho jvjVtliut :> : v, tSi! \\ t-;.111.!:! !Ii uMIV no i-j-jxirimiity to ac- ;I How do you know that '." : (!larhlP": :' and witnessed. Thrusting it into bipocket.

NoxTiri:M.( AN:) tT\\-, : la- mi'a! i Liled euiv vhi-n .!iirfiti; i nr.' f f-J- :; fjiil' ii: tlif 1,1l"II: '..:alll! \SIl.iye! \\ !h'f- Li- i-yi-s 1 I 'have the ,information from good authority Thf I bli'ssinj! of a good deed!, brother Edward Mr. Jhurril'd from (the presence

JOH* Eatsinvr, tjuhivj-V*. S. DizwctriVifTlv }1OjjC41jo.Jty. .' I l.'wed. j il'1/n.'V Lv.-r:: 1'ill.: 1 It ba: 1 1" ... -(" '('rt: ;| lii-t i I 4'pi.w.d tijinn the! I ligLt. I Hut: the hcr.utv -the be>t I presume, in the cvuut" : :'' coai.1 l\\iUiarn, speaking: with something of the lawyer. His purpose was togo home.

:I. 1 t--, vt-iirs I. f TC tlw .mhic.: : : iid 1jt: U-.MI 1a1 I"dn..d. inLll ., .11' !1I1IJlltiill"lIl'!!! \'. hike and! lirt--/.y \ ,(tIltmmd ; ,a I"'tll wom !i"i of enthus'asni in his murmer" did Hut, now that sympathy for those be had
".-rtiiiic! of t1.! I'niWhfv j it( I J.-16 I lu-in uf -d.: itliflfc i
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----- -- : ; \jis\ ii. and i \hrid'rc.lId he he can n'co'cit von ever think what a depth! of meaning was
had, tho 1r1 zit i l'ls a'lnJiliy \\i\-\: \ iu.lt-liliv! imprvsM-d; i-1 I'ji now, says i made 'H.tchl''a5 awakened, he could not
., u.oM 1II'JII:1I'l': :
; P. 1/"'\. E. 1 i.: 1:1)!>OXDODY ; .I..i\.fj itt: of, !..<. :].!Il! ..
& DAVIDSON- :1 1 been; tried under all i'!.. !!:fl't j !IIKM-B .i lit 1':1"; \ iSd; I liid; giv"nn I him riciit-t-iiv.-ii.nl I !re tue': d!,. "OKI yon purchase it, Edward: ?r' asked :;. are like }'('rl'IHlial spring, sending fOI th dwelling of Morgan was at no great distance.

ir.g. r-i' ; ,, f L:7Q11rv. I and L:s bfvii iid-.ri eij'j.iily!! d1t4eiuin\ all.For ; ti.uk-r the vain! dvlu-ion tJitt: lu-rc lie \\ Clul.1 William; looking steadfastly into the countenance .-\'.-( -'t and fertilizing "';.tl'rs. I How much Thither his steps were 'directed. A light

; F1OI W\. \ .1:1.! nil tl..l'.-i-r:_ r"r. 11I1'.dJ.III.'CC.! : lIJ ;:Iljiid:! that tiai I'"'uiilsy: ; Mui <-.iiti'inK-nt \. !l.il.J.! ,, : of hk: brother. lipy! b .e, who, having thepower to do good, shone through one of the windows. As he

7 ILL rrafti,'" in thf M.t; !tr: (' -{.-.t'.f fj..in; ; I. at oii" Agency in ..L'vrv Town i ir.: the ::;>/itii.Januaiv thus l.ir ii lil.-. Jit- il.ull iiiv-d! to frtcuuVv'.. j I [iircia! &.'tt ( ;ilenwood, :Id; all the rights: Lick the! generous inpul-e." drew near, he saw, moving slowly against

All" biihiuesb aud iu '.Lxu.tJ l-urt'-ni Z. t1l.i< '"-aniivt C:&re wi1hl'\\ofV j .t-t llori'in.; : !; 14.- It: 2! 2tTJie 5:1J: J iJuhi! oa-I-: !: : 1 liluolucr ini-ts; !he eul l.ci : and I app' !:rterances: I thereto! belnngir'! :, mid All \ "rn.1I arid \Ntrl1t', no doubt" I the wall and ceiling of the room, to and fro,

A1t4t1tjtIfl.Dcmber. ( 1 wJll' II t triumphant:: pu.- ..i.of fliter.jit l Arubi.mdv : T"lr.P' in'hi- own !110 ift
24. IMS. SI ( .1' 10:1:1-, and bt.. JI. O. J'AUJnil.I.'S]:!: : :LlI :-::i i.ifartiu: :;, which! n'* liii-iv rhiiiio of [ hci, | -.and a \Iuihv: one. I It is mir.e, -and ; ''',.. *' liut xi.uh-tvn't yet tl.h t nie oi \I could see all the inmates of the room. Bya
JIA: TED AUAI1IAN JJ.Vl.'JKX'J': .-.:.::!! ".'a.m'- I' i i. I.as he .- ( of .iul in life (lie indi\ ilIal[ in; whose case desire U in.
----- -- I ; "'..t.hI! n'lIi"h \\i-. ii'diK'i jit 1.Ii.I! !! 'i.m; i itii.il i 11 :aie my lila : a \\ a.> you table t a woman in an attitude of deep
-- tit!Ji it's V-> piiti? tjj. ail o\ej tiie eouiiiry t-jnra l.ii;; "
JACKSON J. MASK th.-ir b.-.tH'ful! iuflne! ovrr tLe ]lwI', r, toiti: : tb.- I twdililll h.-'I'J'y i in t.iut old) I l h: :t.itr I I I to claiai! ::ny own. t'n-.t. rne. dejection ; &he had been weeping. A boy

p'':'iets i f the ]b.i.t c'lla.I-I.-l..til.?. I 1-y iuij, -!'e I \\hirliliciiour 1, it-turtK-d ; hut chiKihoiul! had" ; An I indignant: r-buke was on tlie tungiif of i IJi.s i n.-inifis .Morgan, was answered. stood! be";5de! her with his arm lying on her

DEALEE IN ALL. KIKD3 07 GOODS, ip.'i': tliCIUV- lbk s" Ml'J: .J-'i oil'.US, Jiurb 1":! I I.{. rni1miC I 1 ji,:. -od! t 1'iir ('H','. I He I cauie hack, not uitli! I William! J-, but I..- rej.re?>ed it.- utterance '. Morui Z !" AII instant rha'ige WIS"i i- neck, while a little girl sat on a low stool,

Itlouing Can ])c<-'<;; ';/, Ga. I 11. (*. F-irilV: .m.-.iiLift J.ii.iriiCiit.! 1..1.." eitixens .' the jH-rc"|>:.i I. 1'. J OOjS.g"u'. !lo.!: \,1 H! ."-:ire you 1unil..! i-ee that tb,- !1.!. !his brow titracted and his rtern...
IVacmlwr 2.1. 1 .3.tfATTHEW. .j 1 ,.f Ihe bottle bus 11. <:"b<'foi -"l"jrie.l. Iif i il) ha' n.tIii hut v itli, till' tHlati.ti,1tllilg i ; (Ii a man.Ah .: \\ od; h;:\e [bvva the tine con-e- "eyes whole picture conveyed to
.- -.. -. -. -- i i? rvtinin/iil. The bilt-1 romdt-b litt I <.f tbeI'frhie hu\v CIIIJtl.d:00! :;H ; ci.:-.I: .:,.t, anl .yet qu ct.(eRe j lli'inernbvr: hay brother, said William," J.- an idea i of extreme wretchedness, and
MOSELEY Liniuiviit read4 tl.ut : J 11. (;. l-intil's j] (Vb* thf stiue. :'ihiiuva l : the! lai:''!-caj-: in a'): j fore taking! any s-tep- in this! m t'r.! "' in a calm: \ et earnestaid: ; :tffl.'ctioulte'oil'l', touched hiai deeply.] A few moments only

WITH \ brat ed Arabian Liiiiiti.-ijt," and tl.c t-ici'i .lLi'' of tl"} :' Us varied! :.ittrat-ti: til" w.ud i and ii\i-r i ;iid I'' he ?:iid, i.ol; \ "rIil.ah.l". i int: the history that (;ioil I has bestowed upon you, of this did he contemplate the scene.

|!tl'Itii 1 tor I is viittfii UI') .'II tbtbib<-l :I!"'. ami thereword mountain hut to him itsl I leatat u had depti! ted. : of the Iruiii-.u-lion l>e'wn.n :Morgan! and' I t'.ieiprexious woil.l's tz''J'! more than f-urlick-fit !to supply How suddenly the tableaux changed, when
. u'e b'.own: iii tL- giaLi .: 11. (j. FanH':: '
I 4 I o\iicr of ( ;Jlrnuood I the I 1 latr Mr.r.i :dl!! our re;;! wants ; "tHe to this poor man )fr. J enteredand
!\ :iima Litiirr.ei.t: I IVona." i !lieandsivd, away to tlitdl! 1ttl.t'5: lull t briefly makingknown
B1J'OkTJJ'UOLJ( : \t.I; ij\Lr.ss INDrv The darins tiiil.iie.; .> of tiie: 1'.
-)- ,. fi.;)- !-)fs-!. anil.. .. (-rIJ'IH'tillT n- .. .--. <- tbi; JPJ>!C by inijNwri;; tHin: tll ':II. wortl.lt>1tt.fhfra > in the LiUi-rnffes t,l' his: di.i: .>.!njititiiietiL ; laid :''ii r. I lr: .-kin under a dfiit: itt' gratitude, hi.\ ;.Jltll l labor, to HI'.I't j t food, raiment, anl:1 i Claim deed i What joy lit up every face ;-
I' it-ally:! l'J' ;Ij mid yood 1 ii.<-dicitbtss:: : You look trouhU-d J"uv\artl: runnrkcd 1 sluing the life: of :ui only son at t..' imrrri:'-it niribk' home for 1:1 i wile: and little one.on .-.- what gratitude found W ardent words M ; what
IB Park Place and 10 & 12 N. Y
Llarray-st, : ; tli'-m tbtir bat tba* (
not only el.i-ali'ijj out .1 in n< \ : \ h.ivtil- and! h..rd.Y-lio nut take
of oileuili'ni :
hk l l.i" rt.turII.IIl' cs
ii invoked
As him
for and his!
W..l' ulltt. J'. Vt .i y.J'"lIbtrzh.J. "Li"ia is far J..ar.-tl. ir IH'.iI.-t.I1.t: to lie l b. ldup Ifih brother n the! llatIll'lilg: !; his u-tuni.! own. some blessings were
A Su.-iM-r \\ ]H II.U'J. ii fMru. and rm 1 the! intept t bis du-.t thy, f'n-] i Do i, W iHiun; f he s aiJhii i i a locedinie. ; tIme i-..ttafil ill which he hi'.I,anl; tIC! :tea : Lis little vwe-Iamb.. "l Keinetnber David In a tumult pleasure! such as he Lad never -

D\' n.L 24. 1*:3. :1 it tn rit". LlI1' rT.e. tl.ol. who |i-< .arj. b J :" own ? "It fchould! not h-e to, for I 111:1\ c noliuuhlc act ei' of ground: hv wl.ich it was ,i.riuiiiued, ami. the: !rpI.t! .;ithiiti. before cxpcril'nct'dlr.. J- hurried
-- --. .- '- h'-alt und. wi-.be" Will l I ((.iood; i Ill,n Ii: :" saM! Ildward: turning::
I ', J'C'j-'iun find,ftmc'tli'. I hi i* !x-l on :,11 b.>e im j oil a.d his brother. "
mFAIRBANKS' jiut s-iuIiKnly, : leaving
srartI agreed took his homeward. How
\ t.tf't: vliile he "poke, the feeble! ]light I a MUSI, upon iviryiir. way light
; und ti'ibxld thut wl-.icb niid ,1.- ,
*, I
jHt\itir : ijiift trt.t'Jr' What fontlict, in the rich nian's mind
four, a :
PLATFORM t SCALES. : Tb.. ir.-ii'iirn', I 1. Cl.; l-'..rreU's Arabi.iu Ln.irnrnt; 1 In' fadt-d faun hie counteranee.: : The place! was actually \vortii were his fotstepsVith! what a new sensation

LONG KNOWN MI\KIILY TI>;. I proved itceifto: I IKthe! UiOht !leinnikabb* n>edi;.:inu.ku'wn i I How f !trollLlcOlltlw.h..J] : : wore th<' two tiiiR'-> djlt .Morgan was h'.c fur it. Mr.l did! this incident! and conversation arousq. did he drink in the pure evening air

IIAL'AIU.IIT, THi: ACi.titr.i j j! f. r -cuieof ib< umat 11:1, i.-t 1:1:]'1:1. ]t'II: !. brothers.), The one having: but Jill!. of thiwotlj's > K 'Lin it first; thought c>f trUI..Ii.'rrillt it to him The white, terrified face of poor Morgan, that seemed nectar to his expanding lungs.-

> !.; vrln vex'er l' ':iT.d, t-praiii-. bruibaid>-,iid! luaip-} jroodn ; the! other iii' l.-rjjf I as a fn'l"" ill ofu-ririr,! but he l tlie\vd the! haunted. him like a spectre ; and not less:! how beautiful the moon looked, Smiling
KNOW t'T\\I.\nll. 1j(1.e ; -
buniBoundo.eonis: chronic, iuin.ta'I \xun ex
| T | 'itvoulu l tit' \ "-atcr .Morgan! by troublesome wvre the warning words and him and in the of
wealth. The IKMMI his luow Jx'i.> really yr upon ; eye every .
Ageui-ew Y4'l'k.l"'AlUIiAXKS ACo.fcOVuUr it. I..mt.1;, (.tl'. <;'(. ; mid is :.-15eotual!; retneov: fur : III. ? : : on : .nl.r.dll..lful r-
July 1C, 1K.3. tS! Cm I i bon-es and Cattle, in tbe} t-ure f.r,\\I' ny. .!-*. n-Jn-r. (. cxpro}; !ioti ; 'the a look of :df.W iIHu"tn..cullfllll\! aiiti tt-ll-iu'iiial earncil anti MiL'gefrtii'iis: (it I' his, kinsman.: On the! aiterri4 bright star was a sparkling approval of his

-.- I bnn-tif-F dry tb!
GOLD AND SIVER'SPECTACLES'And : II will aluayt 1 tot p tiC f rtl..l' I'rn. r'..-. ..f 1 .1I.\1.! ; fj--1: In I a few da\s I :ward announced his intention tw property. At tho t-iui of a year the ;;;..rilener ;;, adviser, and given further intrucons for done an act from which he derived so exquisite -
'Ib.!: riMgboiie: :nd blu: ,(l fj>Mu, if u: >ed iu the Ujriunn0 -, the ii- the .ro tcution (:'I r th: case against Morgan .
Eye Glasses of Every Description, I ) to |!imhe; a hand.-ome i':tato of- lirou:ht tinmoney fir?t : | a sense of pleasure. He bad tasted

WAMTACTIULIl 1.7 I.<><>]: itt f..r (:,jntfrf_/, ;:." .' Jeied" I for sile: in the village, and iem6ve hisiatiiily .talineiit. Mr.! .Mr. llrskin lilt a i n.I urtllllCl" (Iut: AKri.Ji! :,> waited t for his appearance ill'aill. angel's food.

D. GII I.uun! No. CJ Ubrrly Ware.! .1 Ilie puboc:; mire <::i'.rior.pl( .against anotli'-r .crnmferfet. : thither. II e had been in in/. placo, I to take! it, nUll!, afti-r qui-f-tionfiio, ; |him as to ,!! \ : Kxvuin: ; 1 found him restless unhappy, CIIII1"a5 the sleep of Mr. J-. Ah !
wbi.-h 1 ]11./1' bit ly IIII':'.- It! > ieataiiei '\ I IMYrullV J iiy told! luau'tte and! in :i very undecided state of mind! I lie how he had tossed his until
[Between Mai.leu] Jjuicaud LiUrty Fts.J] New Yor.r.I : :11] ] .. % but noi-e !(-ned him like this. Heie, if anvheie : tie! proiiuet of the farm, lir.ally often on pillow
Aiabuu Linii'.ient.ibf ji
>. G. {rjanuirws nil i.r.1 W iu:*J]., 1-y )Jim t. l ? ofa oiunteri.'itKeatt i hi- I.a\l JII.mg t the.hn ltimi erouy..f..f I"all rr..ll.h.- \\ in the! uoihl.he bdieved! I... \\ould find! cxjH'i.'l) I 'till'! money! i in an imjitovrment tit.-i-i: ., xva- sitting:! moodily,', with! his hand shading. I after the midnight watches. Morning found

Bup'-rit*. quality.] Ordtr.iej.pceifi.13y! bi/iiched. manyvil! buy it inod; I f.iitb. without tl.ekn-.i\Ii-?: j
October 1, 1s::. zCopperTinand lIi I who! was at the centre-table, readii g in
that a coiiiterfi.-iUai-t.-! tb-y \> 1 il!1 p.-rhap-: onlv vainly. tluriri"; the in'\t y't'.r. preveiitetl tilt payment could hardly understand its meaning.
---- ---- diM-oV'-r thdr error when the spurious n.ixti.nbu! ? : thfsvroini iif-talnifiit. The thud and fourth the: Millie, s>aiv{- Dimly he perceived the truth at first, but
the! (
Sheet-Iron Accoiiliiifily tll''n: and
( jiurcha-cd "
i it- vilfrirt; 1 listen this And
wrought <- "Oh.) Juft to -
I ill, d.ie Linac' I Kdwatd; J I vearscrt- moic jirosperons. Tiie only sums : p.-tp.-i. more and more clearly! as his brother's words
TJiigenuine article is anar.mfai.tii-t.,3 ;ojily" 111. O brought: his family I aluud
MANUFACTORY.E 1'i t',..'I. r.!,. I in\enorand j projirietor. ri'id"t" 1 i.oJ"-:,!, foiiMstin: :; of I hi. wife and three childn-n-t\u II paid to Mr.l Mrskincre rt-ceiu-d by him duI she read I came back to his ml'mbranceThere are

ii E SuWriWs ir.f.im tlio} rhizcus (.f TalLJiawe (Irujr;i-t, No. 17 Maintreet.. I l'irii: l lilin..i-, 1.1 whom sons! and'a daujjhter-to reside in the leas- I lint':; tie!; 'f "l'IH1:11'11 .-." 'Ami{ tho Lord sent Nathan unto David. few sources pleasure so lasting as the memory -

jk and tin- ,"rrcrUlldil'' country, tluit all application:? for .'t gi-nem.smnu.-t" 1.( jidin'! .<-(-.L P!.. ant village 4i," ( ,!len\vood. J i :. .*iu I informed" sniJ 1 Ellwarl1.1111' ; And he came uiito him, and said unto him, ]iThl.re of a good deed." This had sounded

thcy *trc IIU'lr"I'lrt'J 1.1 fUI1I .h) cu:Uiiuraud sure you.get it will the litter II. C.. I b. f.n-e IVrrellVthusH. Not a very longtime! jiassed' l'ef'itiiliani I learn, farther that no tiansfer: of the proper1 ; were two men in one city ; the one :, strange, almost repulsive to his ears. Nowit
illi a1l1darl'l: <>f r..U'I.. wL..I\alc retail] iu thir G.; F.H1Ul.I"TtI:! bi" HL-nature: on thewra.p..r. -Mr. [
> J-' that his 1 was ever made! in due legal form. :I the one rich and the other The was perceived as a beautiful truth. And
line ofThe buMiK-j-fi. j Sold by I). 1 H.! AUKS: arid by re ulailyuuthoriz ; saw brother was far from U- city ; poor. ,.
SuWrilM".ill tli. attention If tllf public i to I *.
their nswtmfiit .''f J'arlor C< )kiig/iti) .i WcntJ Stoics j tPriec: -2T; snJ, i;I MHf, und -1 j Jltr lj..nlc. I lihe himself, was clearly : apparent.] | lie did ; and hi: son came by heirshipinto .herds ; but the poor man had nothing, save I[ having the power to do good lack the gener. .

of tie lutest rtylet uI triumu-d in cmi.plute "j-J.-r. ut I H."l'm\'r Cl. 1 f s w":;. J2 4t ICduardvas a very s.-liish! man: -and such possession I f all I his property." : one little ewe-lamb, which he had bought ous impulse."

the luTrest market 1.11'e. I'lcx-e oall : trIbef.re examine: .- .- --, inui are always, uUII'I''] .. While in the And he, dyinjr a few years later, disposed i and nourished( up, and it grew up together How much hive I lost," he said to himself .
-- --- \ .
purrhuhhi tlnewlu-re. Al". 1iutusit; lIli'l l pur-
JapannedVre, Lead 1'ijw, Slit-el Zillt.t J/.ia.1 l, P. B. BflOUiW'SL1VEflY1HI |I Milt III' a desired object, the mind from antk'- of the estate 1 liv" will." !Uxi'.hhrm and with! hia children! ; it did eat with an involuntary sigh. Here i is a

llouss-work, llo'ifins, Fancy 1l1,11f'r f {;uttri.' (;Jut- I ipation] an,
urn Yillhnp uiul "Ik (jf11). dC.I'riI.t1U J"IW SALE STABLES lint when the object"is i gainc-d: and I liarn, which lie fully believed had: been dui i and lay in his bosom, and was unto him as a yesterday ; and wiser, I trust, to some good

'it Dta\e Jo.pa.lvh.Ofto \VIIITE j T.LLAIL"iJJ:. I'LOLIDA. j I l.l.utnl ucti'itJ.dl'l'I lIl's, there succeeds a, i: I ill! hIS fathei's lifetime: properly traiialvrrt-J :; ,daughter. And: there came a tiaveller unto purpose." "
>. d St:SIIL .-q-. of I hhe and he to take of his And did this to be the case ? Profited
r R. 1P53.. __ ____4jJUST \I ;state: Uj'Jlh'-I\] ii ("'Ijuletldt'5dtJ"llItl's!,, i j to the! ? present po-s-essor. rich man.' spared prove
-- 'I-afl Q '"PHK )1'rojiri-t-ir would] hS mistake Morgan will herd dress! for this rich the discovery that sources
--- liko the horse-lceeh'j, daughter for ciet: A very >ertous as own flock and of his own to man by
RECEIVED f hi, fri.i.d and tbc i. ever I
By Edward Barnard J Si ,.tI1h; (nu. thitt :be liR.s:> jJitmjltIIIK L.\ (11gin'" ," and I for ever remains: tinsati.-fied.: : I find," said! I Id: wmt. I the way-faiing; man that was: come! unto him! ; of happiness were within his reach undreamed -

Jr., \ lai ge Uiiek, Sublec; at the! old! b'iii.d, and 11'tepaied 11I\ 1 In t the. ]po' ''l'bifJIIUf\wllLhEth\llu J-. Von will not question his title to this property -'I but he took lie poor man's Iamb, and dressedit of before He did ; and yet how often.
. -
AFRESH ASSOIiTiinXT OF GAl DI.X SEED I t.i iee..iiinvidite; I bifnend]* and' l entonurs.He i !lully II believed happiness was to be found. Inseeking ; Kilvvaitir: for the man that was come to him. And came the dark clouds of selfishness over his
(if 852. \ uUu )JI.- ittUiohed to I.i. Staba! r.UekI'lantatio kindled mind his nobler perceptions. Buta
:ir-w.d : to gain; wealth, he had little 1 assuredly will. David's anger was greatly against obscuring
ALSO A FJ1ESU ASSORTMENT OF GENUINE,. I'II11t1l. Lc,,!\. oik\lU'lL, h. via 1':1"-andT : nil kill.'' '.f 101' the interests of otlu-is. Not thought that III recklesI.v He has a large family. It is his all." the man ; and he said to Xathan, As the! good seed wa planted, and there was one

Drugs and Medicines, Ill tl.1.1'). kilt 1I"11tll..ili 1J1UlUcr Z1IIJ\ with", ati I ige :wurk.ilUJ : tramj.led] on his neighbors' rights, or No matter. He las never paid lor it, Lord livtth the man that hath done this in the village of Glenwood, who loved him
PIRFUilERY AND COX1-ECTIONARY, di.pntt.li.: I t wreated from the weakhat was lawiully and it is not, therefore his property. (;Jicii-: ; thing shall turely die.!i And he shall restore the and mankind too well to let the soil in whichit

At the Sign of the Mortar, -_ u't'lfl111'2=. 4-1 |tf I their own. His I i mercantile pride-honor he wood is just so much the less valuable by the !I limb fourfold, becniise he did this thing, and was cast remain uncultured. From that

Monroe Street, Tallahassee, Florida. 4iollan and othcrpaj: would have called: it-prevented! such lapses abstraction) of this I portions and I am, ill consequence !'because he had no pity. And Xathan, said little seed a plant sprung up, growing in time

red.cnhcr) 25, 1852. 61 tf T. S. BERRY 297 I fiom integrity. But, as lie moved onward, the sufferer. Had! he paid: 'lor theland : to Da\id, Thou art the man." to a goodly tree, and spreading its branches
Broadway that ?1" said the forth in the air Heaven. Benea'th its shadow
do the A till did king David do
W with like to UIOIIl'Jwould
something giant: strides he had engaged
I'rl'l t. conscious as
PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY fffiRi'! Dtahlaiihiat.; :lll'!:.. \tuHt'-lIICI, i of his own strength, heliad no sympathy '! most probably, have been expended ill child, lifting her eyes from the page 1 many, weary on the rugged journey of
hA RTFOIW, CONNECTICUT and r.t.il in l' IUCls. 'I tights are though him a good man ; but this was so life, found rest and shelter.
M..lJw..s. :11111 JUIolc-Ag'lit f.-r the e.h-I.r.t,1 the less fortunate, and never once paused to'j iniprovcuicuta. So, you see, Ill)
Capital Stock, $yOOOOt( hail: (.raw I. andtW 1 J l-io,,,* ,nadl.i 'Lv. Hall'l. ]):.tvja.U' j lift a fallen one, or to aid a feeble toiler on the clear." wicked i !" Edward J-, from a narrow-minded
: ( 0., U.-tnu-uW I IW.' find it in The father's countenance was.turned more unhappy self-seeker, became a man of generous
unJerHCTcd ie (' cannot your
of the 'Ii.krul
'plIE .Ag''nt above Company' HII'l'l i..r way of life. No generous principles belonged .Mi, brother you .
prtueJio t t1a all! others. Great:. bur:um* in X.w He has shadow and he answered nothing. The impulses, dispensing blessings with a liberal
| take rik lIg'ain\t Fire on builtiing yk )1i' III! to the code of ethics uy which he ruin this worthy tnan. a : intI ,
and their coatcnte, on the HUN. favorable) term*. ansicowl! I hand 1 lIII"" und M.-l t ,,,],.,'Uol., 3 l U..il' 1'111'" j I was govfined. heart to the product of his child waited his reply for some moments, but \ hand, that ever came back to him witha
1'encvolenco he I
wholesale) retail accounted dependent
plied or at the weakness family
Inwt-ut a lar"r'
F. JI. FLAGO T..<. the
Agent.wee them bile bent her eyes again to double portion of delight.The
suffices to give none coining,
TaUah" ,November 6, 185S. 44 ilrt-ry 297 lir.lrlwR1:111111 tlll'L slid care for otherb intercbta the follyof farm wMi'h barely restored.
r- P. S. IJ. I). t Co'i .toliuu 1'iuiius Lave the laUt u class, less to ho commended than cen c fnfortnrrle lh ing." holy volume, and continued reading, but not charm of Glenwood was
beautiful than In'child
A : TOBACCO SEGAI.s improved \'oiCiug..Ivea)1lMr ruin him, ,rmiim.- aloud. looked to him even more
desire to
,,, sured. Let mind his business -4' I lutvono
and 'JLce. at nODGKlSS J SC01'S. i, ) R:3. 44 ]h' ciery man own If Morgan In a little while, :Mr. J- arose, and after hood. At this he sometimes wonderedfor
November Ig, 16:$. ------------- and every man take care of himself," But be has no right to my prujwrty. .
46 Hardware.VKIIY : he would bomelimes wishes to remain wheie he i is, I will not, walking the floor for the space of five or at his return, after long years of absence
MILES say. help yourself is he must mii.utes, left the sitting room. It is the old beauty had depari d. Bat the
NASH & CO. LAIIGE and well etlpct>d t-t.K-k or tllC the world's best motto. This constant preachjing for Limo present disturb him. But pay ten
doubtful whether ho or Morgan were most reader finds here no mystery ; nor ,wai it
Dealers in Drugs above articles,just n-ceivej und for ".ath. low I lv I of benevolence Annual rent. : any
Medicines, &c October 15, 1j. 3. 41 JEW: k ItUST. I 1 up and humanity only :, me an earnestly unhappy at that particular period of time.It to him. when he contrasted his state of mind
WOULD infiirm their fricuds and : makes idlers and tlcpell enb,." As imldlv as possible, yet very
the nul when tired
W li; tit of was a clear, moonlight evening. Too with that existing, of himself and
they bare ou hand a good. auortwent? DR. MAXWELL Edward J- fully acted out his principles. did William J- urge a different course *
articles M are c.f .uh much disturbed to bear the quietude within, the world, he came back to his native village
generally kept in their line And but with no good
tod wiU be .. Or buaj. located in Tnllahasw. lieei- so, for future enjovmcnt, ho had action upon his brother ; for until he
receiving uuuy) te6h HAS permanently laid. early taken, the rich man walked forth to find a more seeking reat. yet finding none,
tenna ball U readable. 'lIpplies. 'l one door north of Dr. EuglieL's. lie will only up wealth. In all hU business life, effect. Legal measures were stillness without. The silence sought it in self-abnegation and good deeds
who burdening
1' atlr.J to all culU promptlr. there was not a single watered due notice served upon Morgan, on
Al'til :ih, 1855. U : I green spot by and of nature instead of, to hii fellow.mea.t.
and agitated
:OTtflibQ1- 19, 18.13. A4 Jm the twrg of benevolence, or \vntmed by the submitting his liners to a lawyer, was an- beauty

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ftrook of the Expresi. per
-Jan. 4
ter. The bold and undisguised insolence of Lord Clar Congresftional I Doubtless of our readers Lave beard of Mr. Staunch Bi i is; Acorn, PUnney master, i is
rl' i jftoriinnTALLAHASSEE& nltnntl.I endon's Icitcr of instruction to Mr. Crampton-tbe Mr. MALL011Y of Florida presented the memOrial many BALTIMORE 5. THE and will have for no*
has January despatch above .
'I ; confident tone in which, while professing to uphold its of William Ballard praying that certain improvements Brooks. editor of the New York E.iprcslIe For freight or to3IeNAUOI1T port- -
- - stipulations, he avows tbe intention of her Majesty'sgovernment made by him in the construction of vesfels dcvipiodor long been regarded although a Whig as ratter anti Time Turks sny that r .T,i.i bus declued 1 war and passage apply A
iI f-I - : to violate the plain injunctions of we the navy may be tried in the construction of oue Seward and more recently an ftlvocate cf tie new laced thirty Lotfin-l: men having lit the dispocal-d of to Rii remit"*ia, Newport, Jan. 1-1. I'4. 3 ORMOND
that England built which referred 1 a con'equtiW of the Czar : prom
I Clayton and Bnlwcr uf'atv-tbe threat of the vessels about to be ; was and Silver I
movement of uniting Ole Hards Grays.As of Azer-
the territory
3 will resort to extreme measures to maintain the pretensions to the Committee on Naval Affairs. her debt and restore disputed
4,1k Saturday, January 14, 1851. of the Mosquito King, and her own right to Mr. M. also presented two petitions of officers f'f an expressive picture of the lII:1.n. and a* iudica jijan. DR. IV. C. WHIT IKEI(4

: f ft protect him-would furnish h matter for very serious the army, praying an !increase of com s..ti.'I\; which ting his peculiar fitness be a Northern leader among The allied fleets have entered} the Black Sea and its RESIDENT PHYSICIAN
: i is It
$ jt faiST reflection, if it could for a moment be supposed that were referred to the Committee on Mili'ary Affairs.Mr. the Nationals the following Daguerreotype supposed that their destination SebastoproL TALLAHASSEE, FLA. '
t ,I TERMS.-Three Dollara per annum if paid iud this remarkable document was meant for any thing M. asked leave withdraw from the files of we clip i is pll'II'hlthnt the Czar will regard this; as an net
t.,1 advance; $3 50 if paid within SIX months of the time more than a paper thund..rbolt-oue of those high-! he Senate the j loctitioll and accompanying papers of from the New York Timt What splendid loaders .f war, and withdraw his Ministers from London and OFFERS his professional service to the citizen* e/*

,, of subscribing; ana 4 00 at the end of the year. Ad- sounding, but really harmless missiles so usual in English Allen u. Johnson an officer of volunteers for liahuw the "National Republicans" will have when in full ['aria.Hie and vie-inity. OfFice first door

'. 'lr r. nrilment. Ou Dollar per square of 1211 for first, diplomacy. If it is really designed f-r sober earnest ofpiy withheld from him by the accounting ogicirs.ofhe blast!-Brooks, Bennett Lester nn 1 Currigan "m theNorth Russians attacked Kali fat on the 13th of ovemlJl'r. of abh.Post Office building, immediately adjoining s Jw.",.*.
Jii fifty for all subsequent insertions. AnDouucemeuts if her Ministers as Lord intimates of certain subaisten stores hut were repubeil with great loss. "
I CtDt Majesty's Clart'IItIl'f treasury by rea*"n Botta Toombs }"ote .. in thc'South !-
L 4 candidates, fin! Dollars each.awaya intend te fly in the face J tieaty'nnd, which he has accounted for to a quaitermaster in the Two Russian st.-amers with gun boats, had attacked January 14,1854. 2 ly

I ti be paid i advance. Religious, Obituary andMarriage maintain by force of anus the protectorate they .virtually service, and that the same maybe referred: to the Changing Front. MaU-hin, (In the Danube.
.If: .f j' Notit. not exceeding 12 lines will be published agreed to abandon then indeed the question is Committee on Military Artiirs: ; which WAS agreed tl'11' The Express (If this city bus been striving to make The Turks had forbidden the exportation of grain! Boots, Shoes, -&c.,

1. ,. rJ gratis. tJf"No rfet of the! publication of estate a very grave one, and may involve important coutc : M. asked leave to withdraw from the files of itself conspicuous for three or four years pn.-l Lyon Nothing later from Asi.i had been received. MADE AND REPAIRED14';
t .i grJ or legal 1ntle any description will be given quences." the Senate: the memorial of John M. Me[Intosh. praying excessive devotion to the Constitution and the Compromise Mr. Soule had fought a duel) at Madrid! with the I IIE subscriber in
t ; until the advertising i fee is juud. the settlement of the accounts u/ John Clute and ineasui cs. It has waged a very fierce war, Manx's of T rg -t, tie! French 1iI.3t. r, and his si.n *_ _I_ asking a |
t 1i i a1):1I) :! -_ .-- -- __ ._ ___ The Florida Conference.This Jacob Hart duplicate certificates, the originals Insing intended) to be one of extermination, upon those of its with the Duke of Alba. None of the parties were injured. a stock of patronage the best gives quality notice that he has receive.
very Superfine FreneG"C.thfskn
} J. .i1.I Illness of Judge Bronson- body of Ministers attached to the Methodist i lo-t and that the amount found due may be paiJ party whom it suspected of lukewannne-s in that j imported Eogl'teb Sole Leather, Patent'Lea.tner .
The Vi -.unt Falmeroton as
1 T The U. S. District for the Northern Distric Church South convened at Monticello on Wednesday to him as their as-.igiue ; and that/ the same be referred special crusade, and was especially re upon Senator : successor to when Bo tMi.nH-co, and other article
Court had been the every appertaining -
I : .'\ the Committee on Military Atfoirs; wbicbwas Seward whom it accused holding himself ob- Secretary of State, not appointed
_II :t of Florida, which was to have commenced .t'session the 4th instant and adjourned Monday evcniuglast. to folved from the constitutinanl duty, of aiding in the I Can.ulit left Liverpool. to a Boot Ebtabhs-hmeut. These rateiiiu are of

t t ;::ii iu this city ODe Monday next has been again postponed Bishop Paine 'who was expected to preside, was prevented Mr.agreed M.also to.looKed leave to withdraw from. the files rapt mo (If fugitive slaves, by the dictates: of a higher Severe weather hail been experienced: on the coast the Slwws must of sUperior the lind.best awl will! male up B.-rU sad

jimtl owing to the illness of the lion I. II. BRONVOX, Judge from bsing present by domcfctic affliction uiu of the Senate the memorial MIl avCOflJauJyitIg papersof : law. The editor of the Express: was a member of of Ireland. The hij> Niagara wan ashore near Wtx- t I> order. very immediately(beCrt1)ti-fls. Repairinjr for 'losses incurred and in order to the wind ford. The! cargo and lot passengers: wen saved. Sh-.p South of the Union
: !' of the District who has been confined by dntigeious Isaac Vani :5.'n. prayiiq' indemnity CIIIIrn'c" reassure at largeof 15.Ink- "
t the Rev. 11. II. Howrcu was chosen by the from 1.l.ilfVa at Quce-nstow JJL WAAS.
bv the military'oe-fupition of his piopt-jty, the Minority of his intentions, he signed a writ: It n The ship I'ollock ; u,
J:.it r :J'' illness for several w(k nt l'alatka His Honor is preside in his stead. The session was a very picas and that ihesame may loe rt ft'rnd to the CouiiuitUe.f p'edge that he wouldupjx>it no man, for any office Cote of Ceiik, in a damaged! condition.! January 7, 185-J. 2 9t

.; : recovering, but 8 slowly as to require a adjournment ant one, the number of Ministers present being larger Claims "lit-li was agived t ': wli, did n >t subset ibe to the same creed and was not Boot and

., i- I of his Court some three \.cck further. I than: on previous (wcasit'n. Upwards of f 8,001 )Ir. M. also a-kcd leave to withdraw frc.m the files thoroughly pledged to carry it into effect. Additional per Canada. ShoeMaking, &c.u
\I any of the Senate the memorial A. II. Cole, of Fl ,rkLi. We infer from the recent Course of his newspaperthat lIE un.lersignwl would respectfully inform
t reported as collected during theyenr for tni.lsio'n.lirY ) BALTIMORE, Jan. 5, 10.45 P. 31. the citizens of
were Tallahassee
1' asking of his claimgaint the Treasury Dtpwt-: Mr. Brooks Las seen reason, to change his oj.in- awl VK-inity that
: ;.. Temperance Lectures. purposes nearly ?5l 0 of which was received nt inent, and"pny that the! saute may: l e rcferied to the C'jm- \\ou- upon these subjects. In hnjiapf Thursday lat, I A report than the sincerity of tie Emperor of he has opened a Boot making hop in the rear of

; )l' l k.J' '. Te celebrated Temperance I.eturer. Rev. Dnbney the anniversary meeting ou Saturday right mitticon Military Affairs; which was agreed to. lie comments upon the declaration in (Governor John-I France, a.-, to forming an alliance wi;h England relative 'Zucker's harness Establishrcenfon 200 loot street,

." t: : J, P. Jones, known far and wide. as Uncle Dabney" The for the were read out on Mr. M. also -ked leave to w ithdmv, (roam the nlc" sou's Inaugural that (Georgia intends that agitationshall to the Tu.-kL-h question. was distrusted in Great where nil kinds of Ikots anti Shoes will be made! ia
t .. appointments year the Senate the memorial of Dempsey Pitman, andt1t cease, ami that the Fugitive Slave Law must be Britain had caused great indignation in Pans, and the i the latest and most CuIiionaUe styles, awl H> a su peri
:j i !t1' will b in Tallahassee <'n otu,day, the llth Fclnuary Monday evening as follows : the same by i furred to the Committee ou Mut,- faithfully exf.'utrll-in a novel vein. lie says : French Cabinet wa, at the last advices, considering r. workman-like mjinner. Repairing done at short

;.. ..'" 1., .; t instead of Thursday the !th, as stated in our L\st 2'a'lluhassce Dintrict-S. P. Riehardson P. E. rv AfTairs ; which was ngreetl to. In short, Southern Democracy is lxconiiiig-per- time exjK.-elieney (If miking an explicit denial of the notice. He solicits a share of" public patronage.

;. i 'Uncle Dabney" enjoys an extensive: rr-pulnti .n ni nn T1lo1nQofl.. M. Tydizigs Mr. M. nl-I asked leave to withdraw from tic flies haps. we would say: has become founded njion the truth ot the rumor, and it is 3.li.ltLt Louis Napoleon! G. DEIERLINO.
: ..i t. : r. nMeenteriuiuu.,. .1Uuuu.JJCCLUICT. nuu we nate-. Qui; ",-" OIK'"C'; .'i tlie tienate: the petition of Gad HnmplirejS and .. nigger." CufFe-- ned Cudjue are not only used to expresses himself iii favor of such action. January 14, 1PM. 2 3t*
..t ..C{1 no doubt it will be a rare treat t hear him. His appointments I..eon Circuit-James Peeler lint the sa'iic tony be referred to the CommKce of i iClaillt raise cotton, bit to raise Democrats too. "Tl. nig- The Vienna papers state that the allied fleets had
.1 1.1 for Middle Florida are -MadieonTuesda Leon Colored }Ii -f.ion-Ttl l>e supplied ; whiih was agierd to. : ger" does double duty and! becomea double staple. entered the Black Sea on a peaceful errand to prevent An Excellent Horse foirS'al< -
t'' ;0' r a flllowl South Gad.-don Mission i -J. W. Mills, Mr. M. al.-o .-. -d leave withdraw] from tie files : We can only say, that in our j\lllgmcllt-if one of] further collision between the Russian and 1'urkish naval mIlE subscriber offers for sale a grofL
,, ''5 i .i 1 }', 7th February; :Iootlcelo, Thursday GIIJldmW. )ul. Kennedy of I the Senate- this pttiti.-u of.J..-(- .hi Walker.in behalf nl'v. Jolin"".'" slaves runs away to New York unl! f..rct.s. sound, safe buggy h i I, ?..*.. > '-." the Oth; Tallahassee, Saturday the llth ; Quincy, 1aiiil i-i.lge--i. P. Rie-hardon, of Ell HaneNon, Sutnuel II. Sti-vei.-un. I7>kielPiirnMi its knvn }here,-/ .76lllltl'(r yet lack again to GearLt Tie rupture between Persia and, England happened I bay, fiveyeare old. warranted.owforctA,
.! fi W :' Monday the 13tb. Alhan\'-P. P. Smith. and Albdti D. R.-gt-rs, and that the ame it. It; may: bo well to repeat our notice that our anterior t', the declaration war .by Persia against i or short time, w ith approved security-. For terms,
: .. _ _ Newton; -To bo supplied may bo re fined to the Committee on Military: .'fiurs! ; people d-nit intend to catch any inoic trmcri'li Turkey, and was oceasi..ned by an insult having been tc., apply at Dr. G. V. I'arkhill's residence where the
(iE. Hhiktlv-J. II. ). Gardner.Mil offered to the Briti-h amba .ador at Teheran.
1 Senator Mallory has been quite ill at h'slodmgs wludlfaS agreed to. nuggeTs" nn'il thrir nvnirs aj'jtrecia'c the Jir.itjiiiiirifl horse also can be seen. JOS. L. ASHBY.
J II. l.ar ford' )li -i..I1-J. W. Jackson, NOTICES OF BILLS. .s of honor, lvitlily tofrt'iid* ami Jid'lityto The British Consul, at Jos"y, the capital of Moldavia January 14, 18M.DIGUERRCIN. 2
l" I ) Washington, BJ.much 8 as to delay his Baker C.We-d} MUt-ion-To be supplied. allies. They have,: absolved us from the written had: ) n.tlrC'llrom! the Principalities.
'. .D!;1.; appearing iu his feit until the -4th il taut He has A Ame-iican Bible Society-E. L. T. Blake. Mr. MALLORY' g.ive notice thuiuafur that he should t tim'irrcw to iutio Compact by breaking the nobler and unwritten one, The Ku-sian Government had ordered that all foreign SKV-LIGHT
leave 61LLERV
or on torn early diy ak -
I .; .: been relieved at his own rlqucst from serving aschairman Mnd.fon D'ulr'.ct-ll. U. Howren, P. E. 1 liii'e the j followinir; : bill : its counterpart. Gov. Johnson may lay this important merchant ships going to Ottoman Ports in the ,

:, o.t 4 ._;: 4. tIt the I ix.mittec on Printing. ladiJ.T. W. Rhode, A bill to (treat a'new land district in FWidi. fact, if lie chiK, :es. before the Georgia Legirlutureaud Bla-.k Sea should be seized, notwithstanding tlnymfcht OVKU BAKXAKD'S DRUG STOKE.rpITEsultribers .

'." ';' ,' South Madison Mist.i.n-To be pnpplied, A bill to pinvide f..r the building: e>f a mal D! hen t-ee what will be done about it. be sailing under a neutral flag, if they had respectfully announce to the la1 -
i: ':, ., We invite the attention of our readers to the Ad. Suwflnncc 31i5S1(4fl-T() be. f Tallahassee and vicinity
An in-urreetion broken out the Crimea in
Z.- ..:h LUCTTIIE and Woodberrv, A bill t t" piovidc for the building! of a marine: his by the fallowing declaration, which i is still that they have permanently located in this citr.-
t. Terti.emeutl.f a to
CosnR given favor of Turkey, and! the Provinces of Kherson, Taurida -
.,. .1 L Thomasvillc W. W. Grifiin. il ni"re explicit : Their will be ofri.
I jut :it A i ilacliiocla.: }1 14 1 ii1i.: Gallery opeu'daily ir time reception -
at the Capitol this evening, Doctor TiiuTrtu of Virginia theWhi and! Bt-ssarabm had been placed undtr martial
11;_ ; by Thln'ns\'iIe Cireuit-J. :lade, A bill graining to the State r-f Florida alfrnute Some Soutl.er.i Democratic Journals christen iti>r% Sundays excepted. Miniatures taken of all sizes
:1: .. aud Profesbor A. II. .'&'LCK: Trour\ille-.-.-C. Raifoid' 1, Feet 1 i.Ins of the public hmdd: fe-r the construction of : (State) ticket just elected, the s Seward ticket,' law by the Rufians.The and styles of the art and warranted not to &de-taken
t .1;;!' These gentlemen combine a Lecture on Nulur.il Hamiltiin-. W Cm lion, ral.oad.: ia that Stati; and tingle out Mr. Leavenworth the Secretary uf Turkish army had, crossed, the Georgian frontier -, aa well on cloudy as fair days. General satis&oti
.' State ,atC Well hat of it, i if and marched \p<-n Titli:. It was welcomed everywhere -
Ct1umbia-.J. }I. N. as R Jerry i cscucr, n
Lowe made.
: <>u given or no charge Having long experience -
Science and Mutical Entertainment thus On I the the bill! entabli-h new
day following to a the
: 1 eW d., the Southern deserve 1 1I by Georgians.
Santa fee MiVsions-To be fupplitd m 1I1\ What Democracy in the art, and making it their constant study
.'t j-3; r the interesting and valuable science eT Mental Phenomena Newimn>\ille-T. N. Gardner. lnn! di..t rid in Florida was introduced'! by Mr. MJlory, 1)., they think we Northern men are going to be more The Turkish forces occupied Erivan. which had they flatter themselves that they will be able to please

t,l "I with the melody ()uweet !{.uud! Aluelnia Colored Mission-J. I. Jerry read W K'e and n-fi rred. I loyal t-. the Constitution, more true to the Southern been abandoned: by the Russians nrs their approach. the most fastidious. Their pictures are taken ia an

.,.l: : .. Dr. Trwttcr La exhibited to us a number of resolr.tious Aucill.i Culnrcd Mi"i'ilul'.cl'r., On th S.ITP? day the fc llowing revJution was sub- compact in it than tbem'ehcs I Do they think we are It is reported that the intel igenee relative to the eay and graceful manner. Indies and gentlemen ara
is it is
Fleteher Io titute j going to throw Sill Seward, when thry reject Diekin- Turkish defeat at Akalzix doubted although
R. 11. their
; Principal Lucky. inv;ted to call and examine specimens.
and other testimonials Ilzitlf..ll by Mr. M whlrh
highly commendatory of was considered: by unanimous that battle Lad.! been there the26th
,, 'AI. Agent Ea"t Florida) Seminary-J. M. ![l11 1r,. 1M aud take Van Bun up ? If so, they very mucl known a fought on They aie prepared fo give instructions to those de-
f: .' him as a scientific and intcrcbt'ng Public Lecturer. St. .JarlDisll IL(-F. Stewart, P. E. (,"'cnt and agreed to : mistake.'einny}\ continue, wt gire fair notice to of November and that great slaughter had taken sirious'of acquiring a knowledge of the art.

w ; '; We see Lis name favorably noticed in the American A' ".Id, Tlmt .the Secretary of the Inferior be rc- catch \\\r"ig\ ; ninit'C'iy ;ages f,' that tome this tray, place. AH kinds of Dagnerrean materials for sale, consisting *
St. Marys---J. C. Ley ] communicate tIll bcnmt the Sotith'tH'J\\ .irfi are true to us but ice The intelligence that the Turkish fleet was at Sin-
(: .: Phrenological Journal, besides assirauces .- JaVdner (q'Kwtti to to Senate the amount of ; r f German Half and Quarter Cameras, Cbmnvn
:: mauy private JaebOli\'i1le-T. (;
: ,
Russian Admiral Austrian
carried the
:... public Innoesroeeivc.l and cXI"I.I..J| ] bv Luther cntth no ''fire J J"lOrrulicli g.tri> if ve can fine ope was by an an I Fanev Cases, Plates, Frames. tie., at 10 per cent
from of
i : established scientific attainments St. John's Mission W. K.
3, gentlemen Turner 1:1..kt'.1.t.: Ji::"nt f'r the United ?tLtt'ri forth ; removal thfir p-'liticx ut. If Jeift rs'.n Dai is or Mr. (Guthrie; steamer. above New York price KUHNS fc BAILEY.
$ .' :.. in his.own and other States in the South. Black Cr.k-O. B. Stanley, t.f Jii'Iinnfoito FWid.i as such ugci.t., 1111 the o\r\ or Mr.1 Dobbin, has a skive that runs otf this way, that The Paris papers publish a document purporting January 14, 18-t. 2 tf [[SmtineL
4 4 4..1 Mr. Affleck we see spvkcn of very as a Brunswick W.I I Jail, ji-rts for which said) m'JU"wat.'x 'fud d fa\ornLy. Ghno C.l.ire ... : :f' gentleman of the }highest talent and eminent proft s of Iijdi.m remoxtil bv him. day on Fire and Marine Insurance.
4',. Ctuitrevillage-\V. of people looking him in the face. .hard on Turkey.It .
?' / tional .1i" and that .his musical entertainments "'lI'l's1.l'o'-. Cl iil4la. of Seminoles. We doubt whether the annals of partisan politic'- is stated, positively that Kossuth left for Constantinople r pHE Savannah Mutual Insurance Company, ha vX -
give and delight to all. We Clinch )-ion-Il J. Me-Ox-k which in in of on the 23d, nit. established an Agency in this City, will
anticipate nut lacking instances
;. t pleasure general are protligac -
I. 1 Irwin Mis-ion-W. Edwaids.llolmesille The f. uwillS is c'1] i id: from the Tort Smith (Arkansas f Ruv-ia is take Fire and Marine risks on the most ivorabla
exhibit rcnuik.dJe decLirati than The population "> kept constantly rejdclog -
: rich treat Let us give them full house. \- a more (
'. ..J. : Mi-sion-P. B. Bedford, ) Jfirnldi-f the 17th IK-evmber: this. The constitution requires the return of fugitive for reported victoriesA term Apply to THO. J. PERKINS, Agent

;t o': "". St. Ilk o.lorf' Minion-J. .1. Richard Lieut. Giblion U. S. A, left on Thursday: morning slaves ; Congress has enacted a law providing for their line of defence has been thrown around Copenhagen January 14, 1854. 2 Sru

:.e" .ii. : United States and Great Britain. Tampa Datricl-G.. Pratt P. E. with n largo tlt!11'1ali..1l of Scininole In H.IIM for Florida. return in anticipation of hostilities taking place in the Found.

h Some time back Geu Cuss iutroduccd a resolution Tampa-J. J. Scaly Tho dib-palion; go to try tn in-luf-e Billy Crook Mr. Brooks has rcp *atedlv declared belief that Baltic in the t>pnn
'f .\" ,; : nto the U. S. Senate calling for information na to the ]Key West-J. F. Rivers, s-hank!, (,lia.t Billy: Jt.wle4. :111.1 I.i 4tril.. to emigrate the existence of the Union depends uj .ri the faithful Four Russian ships have arrived at Nangaski, the A TWENTY Dollar Bill was found a few days a-
1.I ..: instruction the' Manatee-S. A. McCowlr, W e-t. Tlii- i i" the fourth or fifth iM atioii that halx : execution .f that Jn11I11! has pledged himself in principal seaport and commercial cty: of Japan and go, and may be had by the owner at the store ofI
:i '1i placed on Clayton: and lulerTrea.i HilUboroush, M5!sioii--'. R. C. Ellis >fii taken t. i'l>.rid.-\ to get the ifinaniing part of the writing never to support for office any man who will lull be received by the (iov rnmeot. I I I Hodgkiss i Scott, on proVing property and paying for
'p : ty"concluded in Washington on the lth April,1850, Hcrnandit Mi-,ion-.V. John <>n.Sumpter tribe to exchange the hammocks of Florida-f r the not carry it into full and! complete effect. And yet There is a deficit in the Austrian budget of fifty this notice.
:, .-i'; :.: and e ID Tuesday, the Sd l inwut the President sent to Miion-To be 5uJ'plitd. prairies /( the W c -t. Uncle:3:11111:1" t.. f".t the bills, he now declares that he will make n.ak obedinice million of 1101 irts. January li. 18SI. 2
: sf r. 1' the! Semite a message in reply communicating certain O'aJa- Ix supplied, and, of course it makes no difTcrrnce how mtu-h it I to tllttl:1w soK-ly and exclusive a matter of partisanpolitics. The English Cabinet assemble. on the 23d t ult.-
p.. I. ofBlJ l'ilatkl-B. Mi-Han, e.Ms him to remove the rcmuining handful of ludiansVe : If the fjqiti\e belongs to Whig master; he Sir Gee>rte Grey bad! elecliued! the offer made him of Pioneer Line. For Charleston
..1 :' :r-- correllp'.ndenee-consilltlllg' papers-on Central Orange-to be huppl J. \ ."t. will i ifturn ; if his, owner is a Democrat he cau g . 't.41:};J American affairs, between Messrs. ton and Marcy It rumvred that Viscount. Palmerstou had JL
\. Craui1> Canada in lr"\'lloby light with a million: of people ment. was Master, will hate immediate di."pateh for
t J. ; ,\; and Lord Clarendon und Mr. Crampton and the J. M. Valentino, J. Caraway, J. Penny. G. W. Fugg It i is said that a daughter of the IIl1n J nufus Cboate looking at him. The Constitution has thus ceased to been invited to resume the office io consequence of i the above port. For freight or passage apple! tMcNAUGUT'Jfe -

.lff' h..:. opinion of the Queen's Advocate regarding the Treaty* and T. Taylor left without apj>oiritmcnts on uccouu has become in"ar.o. A J Boston c-ru-jcindrnt, of a N. be binding upon Mr. Brooks, except in those cases the Earl! !f Clarendon, Secretary of State for Foreign ORMOND.

." a of iii health. Mr. Bedell supcranuated. I V"'ik that t-hc attcii.le.Ii.urh I ut where compliance with its obligations can be made Affairs, Laving threatened to resign. The liberal papers Newport, January 14.1S54. 2 ,.. i
J paper
.C most important document is bays many
a letter from Lord complain that Prince Albert ha. been too busy
to mOlill the pockets of a Whig J
[ ,I ; Clarendon to Mr. Crornpton, dated the 27th of May T. W. Cooper and R. S. Tucker locate. I! Sind.is,: II a:", at the! Trinity in that city and listened Mr.put Brook's in this matter profeMe' to speak for the in the atFairs ..f f the army and some journals attribute Rice and Flour. i iB'ARRELS

1 .: ;" q last enclosing n tx>py (,f.the opinion! : of the Queen's Delegates to Genual Cllnft.'renee-P. 1' Smith, R,. j attutitly to n sermon "II> the subjed of htll I Thc people of the North We are quite confident that Viscount Polmerstou's resignation to cabals iu that ') Prime Carolina Rice
t, II. Howren and F.Stewart Reserved De1egateJlIhn I influence ,f the .dicour hermind the North would,) unanimously repudiate his authoiityarid quart or. O
.r :; Advocate as to the meaning ot the treaty. Lord Clarendon < "} operated upon asi e) 1 f U bbls. Georgia and Carolina Flour
.4:., ;i:Jt:1 ; that England Penny. Next Conference to be 1 held at Javksom iileFlorida. -, i i to jirodi:<*e in-aiiity of lIrLtJ';>" as in rexjuire) the iii4 "'titinmiomiLe do not believe that even the The insurgents in China keep firm possession of Fir sale, to arrive per Schr. 31. L. Davis, bv
never hud defeated
snys contemplated to re- Silver Gray: Whigs, whose piiwipal organ be has Shanghai The rebel forces, however, -
I -rltJ! flounce her rights over her own t territories nor her ue e.f a straight jwket anil eoi.fim mont inths t hoepitaj been for M me years past: will end-TsC las opinion upon I by the Imperialists at Amoy. January 14. 1854. 2

1' "': Protectorate over Mosquito. The Queen's Advocate, Burlesque on the Bogus Reward. I \Vorci-ster.. lhparents: ate in t the} (d'rjit--jf sorrow the validity! i.f the Comistir! Ut i.am, or reln his diclaration
in (.f thi- sad event. It of the manner: in which they intend to execute Bank of Charleston.A
} confirms this view of the coii-equence) was tL'JuM.Iy .
j -is treaty, and pronounces the The silly dodge on the part of the N. V. llcrall, in I the Compromise measures which taved the Union in Tallahassee Market.

..i' 1..11 I ;(.; .i.f' grounds taken by )Ir. Clayton as incorrect. advertising through its 't.lumu61'e hundred dollar-'i her medieal attendants, BOIUC tiIsnce. that the 1S5O.) If they agree with him on these points, they COTTON.-January 14. 1854.-The scarcity 11t GENCY at New Port Florida.
,J!.""'I From the letter of LorJClaieudon we m.te the following )- reward for afuee'.il letter fiom President Pi ice,, I i recocr.IMPORTANT would do will to erect a platform on that bn.-is Le Vessels at St. Marks and the present high rate of Newport, January* 14, 1S54. 2
1 d I.,.Ji' .' extract: whi.-h the latter never wrote, produces the unqualified, I HH.M Jh.\i 1C II, IK Tui K.:-The New Y. iuto f.re effect.their projected union with the Hunkers is carried I freight produced au unusual amount of depression iu

: ; ;I.i Great Britain has nowhere, in the treaty of April ridicule! of the ptws and the ptojileThe latest burlefque -. Ih'rtIII'ls info, nmatiini that (;u-n.. O.id.-den had nego- the market during the week just closed, and prices Notice.

.4'3;;q't y..1'.; .j.t nounc 1650 ,renounced the full and, nor abholute-over had\\liclll.JIC'rolllSNSC'S any intention to re- on the b giH olfe-r" <>f the "Herald! man," i i- I t tinted: a treatyu' iLli M.-XRII, whi.-i! had be.-n f.irwar Abolition. hare decreased full 4 to i from the quotations of last T HE by the highest subscriber price iii for cash Hides will, Deer be paid Skins at all Leather times

.:t. J. jverher own lawful territories in Central America the following Which is clipped fiom the Button. d. d t.> WIl-I.iwtoll. i by whi.h. fur *oO,000OC, >0, Meiieo For fifteen years previous to 1851 therewns a fierce week. The sales amount 969 bales, at prices vary- j and Sea Island Cotton Seed-viz; ,

t 'Jr t .i fuh as that designation WitS distinctly! understood and Times: I eedos Iwtr California, S"lIr.ra. und a EiifGcicntterritory alJ.litirllll'1.I.it'lIIclit raging in the free State's which ing from 6J to 8f. The receipts in the City at this Prime Hides, 10 to 12 cents per pound,

*;' .: r. "' I' declared by the negotiators the treaty; nor has :FivKTnr r ;AXD Dou..r.s nW; ARJ-Will I bo rid': I for a 1 jTacticablc, railnnd: ri.itc' running from ta-ing f.iiiiiie! bv ilenmagr'gties-whio were ambitious to time, as compared with corresponding date of lost u Deer Skins, 25 to SO eta "
Great )Britain lenouneed by the treaty, the protection to any jtetson, black J l.11 or i\ hue.hio will) lurninii! us. i }hit.. the recipients of ]">pular favor, continued to in show an increase of 1,243 bales. B. & lLbip u Leather, 17 tat tim) eta per "
: : which the has for centuries past afforded and] btill af. with an authentic copy of fi-rtain l b-ttcr, s.i,1 i l to have Albuqueique? through the M-sila I Valley, ns well as crease-until it attained height, previous to the passage year Sea Island Cotton Seed 30 to 33 cents per btufieL

]tJ.-i! ::'\ l61o the Mosquito Territory. With a view to relieve l'OUn iltcn in lS5i!, by Winfield Scott of New Jerhey -t, a large trat of e-onntrv. on condition( tLit the Uuite-d ',the Con.promi.-e; measure,that senouJthreat. These may be sent to any of tho numerous Commission -

'fL i-t the question: e-f the Mosquito Territory, or whatever to "' Hilly B.,wlcgs, Suiniuole Ciiie-f. in reply States check the Jq'lc.Jafioll" of the Indians.J'tlratki. cried in the judgment of .some of our gre-att-st states- ) Hems. Merchants, or direct to me. and save all charge cf
'I ;t .. t there may I be of ind<-!finite alx.ut. it.: and place it UJK.II a t to nn invituticn to att lid u" talk" in Outhlacooclneswamp -- nii-n the iIiiMilntion: of our LTnion-the overthrow I Commission. SAMUEL HOYT,

; ... "p ,.;!. clear and stable f"otllllleh, will bu equally advantageous ur to join ihe forces of the r'd-kill" againnt I .-In the U. S. Senate, i-n Wednesday, nil our CIa ri.-llc.1 |>oliticd mtitutions.LOUJ PORT OF ST. MARKS.i i Charleston, S. C, A"o. 149 East Bay.
'J:1: ; MoMjuito itse-lf aud t I\ all the I'IW1'8. which the pale f.ice-i. The letter to Gcne-ral Sci'tt waswntlen the -1th, Mr. Douglas rcpr-ited: a bill f th :wpmiza- ; )before 1S.>O it had Iwe.-me a 1.iitica1ntmisanee. January 14,1864. 9t 2
.il nre in CfJIJIII'ctf""IIL, ) .r lovr of his who not blinded ARRIVED:
; L .'.. any way or concerned iu it by a committee (if squaws, or Injin married w1.ich.1' country was
I- :1'r; :', : J lier Majesty': Government J have already I on many ladies, of riori'l.i, and his te-ply is said to ha\c bct-n tin of Nibia-ka, ,\ li..11 j.ro\i Us for the extension of bv fanaticism was anxious to abate ; but the events Jan. 3.-Bark: Clcolia Ingraham, Kingston, Ja. United States Patent Office.

''-r'-,1\: occacions, within! the last twelve months, made overture that he would see Billy Bowh-gs! d-<1 iiI -t ; butfni.iCirtain : tho Fugitive Slave Law over that territory, and for of that JO ar, by ndering it more formidable: to the Jan. 10.-Brig Acorn. Finney, Charleston.
/.1't''! of the fam'Jt and meat liberal and its admi atie Ii of the Uovernment, made it a more dignified BELOW. WASHINGTON, January 2, 1834.
l' .' practicable private) mnuti yes.Ilc the wild I Billy J;'wles, <1 I.- :bioii fill a State into the Union, with or with- Pri5r%
's"t character to the United Stats Government to go baud dined the di-tinguishod i hUll fir. No questions a ke-d if I ful hlave-ry., Before this bill evil, to lessen which was the inipt-rativeduty of Jan 10.-Bark West Wind, Saunders New York. O N the petition of James Rowe, of Tampa Bay,
;. ...r J.t- .;. in hand with the government of Great Britain, in demising the document be foitheoming. Apply to the counting gets through Congress our I legislators.Both Jan. 10.-Schr. Magnolia, Davis: Charleston. Florida, praying for the extension of a patent
:' : and establishing a bchcmeof:: adjustment by room of this olhcc when the flril.n are'out. time South will have an i>]'ijn>rtiinity of seeing who aJjiong (-f the great political panics were obliged! to CLEARED.Jan. granted to him on the twenty-fourth of April, 1840,
r. ;J.:!: which the affairs Ccntial America L Motiiuito inclu- tho m<'mbers in both house ron"tm. the Compromise tak! tiround in favor of adhcriuir to the adjustnment ol 5.-Bark Montauk. Brown for New York, to for an imorovement in machines for crushing Lard
tied, shall be satisfactorily uud ; : the li and thousands; l who J had Smallwooel Anderson & c. with bales cotton substances for from the said
permanently settled, Annual Sessions. r of 1S50 as a Pettk-mi-nl of tll. slavery dif- slavery ( *JlUte, oppa-ed 1. ), 707 seven years expiration
L4fv e awl the honor of Gieat Britain, as the ancient lirotcctor Senator Iurjas it, innl gi\en aid and etunfoit, to the agitation, found it 127 cases leaf tobacco 55 bbls. rosin, 2 bales skins, patent which takes place on the twenty-fourth of April
..e of Mosquito, shall be pi<'ecivcd intact There seems to be little opjiontion amr>ng the ficulty. H entitled to the thanks of the necessary; to assume that |p..iti..lI. l'J'2) dry Lidos.Jan:7.Itrig. eighteen hundred and fifty.ur-

t 4r4': Her MfljcHt/8 government are ntill toady and desirous i-- uew"pllJltr] press iu Georgia to the) recommendationsof country! for giving. the matter a healthful start The negro question has ince then been summarily: : Wacissa, Powell for New York to I c is ordered that'the said petition, be heard at the

.- r4:4;:: at any moment to enter into a friendly.i com Gov. Cobb that the Legislature of that State meet -- -- -. kicked out of the Halls of Congress and State Legislatures Smallwood. Anderson & Co., with 558 bales cotton, Patent Office on Monday, the 20th of March next, al

nunicationith the United States government on annually instead of once in two The ; A hog was tlaughtfredonc' day lat we(k. nt KtAujjiMine w ho have devoted their time to the Consideration G:1 cases leaf tobacco. 2 bides and 83 dry hides. l:2 o'clockm.; and all persons are notified to appear
this important matter, and they are of opinion that the years. Fla, U Inuring; to Mr.I Antonia Canova, of moore useful matters.Th" Jan. 10.-Schr. Win. R. Pettis J. B. Lockwood, : and show cause, if any they have, why said petition
--4 ?. eooner such negotiation is opened and terminated the of the 7th ir.btuut says in IOJMJMM to paragraph which weighed nett 4K)> IHMHI' H, j it was ,.f the Berkshire only ones who continue the din are the FredDouglasses with 117 'btles: cotton 'J cases leaf tobacco 70 bbls ought not to be granted.

better it will be for all the paitk-s concerned, und the from the Milledgc\ille JitcordnWe IJI't'eollilltl! 3 years (..IIJ.S"vr"maJail..7. Lloyds, Garrisons and other spirits of that spirits: turpentine, 48 bbls. tai 166 bbls. rosin, 333 Persons opposing the extension are required to file

-4, prcaU-r will bo the iiocchtity for the maintenance of the thall regret the fact if the prfBcnt Ixgiolatureadjouins I Two hogs were claiujhtered by Mr. Philip T. Pierce stripe-depraved and shameless fanatics w ho, as they bbls. pitch 87 do. rosin oil, 8 packages mdze. in the Patent office their objections specially set forth
friendly relations which now happily 6uli&t between without state, wi-h to the Union dissolved and Jan. New York to at least twenty days before the day ofbear-
i passing some bill providing for the of this place, (.n Monday last, either considering (iponly sec rent 11.1 -Brig Sampson, Murray, writing,
; Great Britain and the United States. But, until such lent oration of alllluult'Hiol'J1w rage fur the of which into fragments-are such objects "detestation that Brodie t.t: PettK with 712 bales cotton 55 cases tobacco ng; all testimony filed by either party to be used at
( Mttleincut be finally concluded it i is obvious that Great; oniiiel svstein, which took pofcsj-ssion a few )'' IJi'l the difference in age was larger tJlali: (the one heir influence is thrown powci fully upon the bide of 67 bales cotton yarn 151 dry hides, 68 skins, the said hearing most be taken and transmitted ia

a.' i Britain cannot abandon her present jxifilion with regard since, ofsomnny of the Southern States we \ mentioned above. They were aged respectively two race and quiet, and against agitation.. 4 rolls hides a lot of castings.CONSUMPTION accordance with the rules of the office, which will bo

to llonquiU, nor can bhe permit either Nicaragua ever considered as having grown out of a movement essentially I ) ears and eighteen days, and one 418 and During the whole exigence of the negro excitement furnished on application.
-I; $ or Honduras to assert,and still less to attempt to establish Buncombe" in its character. It sounded the other 413 fJulld weighed it accomplished nothing for the slave who indeed, if body knows is Ordered also that this notice be published in the

by force of anus, over any part of Movjuito, aright well to speak of theeonomy of the thing, and we -) _: his liberty is worth anything to him, which we greatly every and sinsidiiously Union, Intelligencer, and Evening Star, Washington,
-- Illl'n It
:. potwefsion, which Great Britain has always denied actually thought-with overwhelming objections against The IBM : loubt, has been a great loser by the movement; as a flittering >e. commences of it progress the lungs I)I. C.; Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Pennsylvania;
tt4 year begins and ends Sunday there that before one is aware ,
: on
And fetill denies. ; Post New York Post Providence RLo
And if cither Nicaragua or I Ion- it. on the whole-it might have that rive his master indignant at the proposed Northern inter Evening ; ,e
miserly are months in the sudden exchange
year tha contain five Sundays, TlIJof ulcers, then a exposure
duras sail are a and Floridiau t Journal Tallahassee
were to contiuue to make gland Sloddby
aggressions on the in its favor. But cricnce : with his is ;
argument exj' seems to have and there erence rights not disposed at all to con and in a
are fifty-thre-ts in heat euld an incarnation
Sunday the Such from to produces
jt Mosquito territory with that object it wustbc at their tie Bienuicl year. a shier the of nee a week for three successive weeks previous ta
pioved contrary. sections, with themalnst Coincidenceill not subject emancipation. It is true some of said he she died of hasty
: occur again for fow Java or weeks, it w or
own peril twenty-eight years. the twentieth of March next the day of bearing.CHARLES .
found bo the Abolition miscreants have been
recesses to able entice
necessary arc we are to a CONSUMPTION.. For all troubled with cough or
Such are the views which Her Majesty government told those who to a coincidence" will occur again in the years few hundred slaves to MASON,
know from
by ought as expensive} as the run away their masters would refer to the advertisement
) entertain with respect to Central America as affected annual sessions hich preceded them. Indeed we 18C5, '71, '62. Into Canada, where they have endured the most shocking lun" complaint, we this Judsou's's Chemical Extract Commissioner of Patents.P. .
rfl r by the treaty of Washington of the ljtbof April 1850, doubt whether there is one State holding bienniel see privations, from the cold and want of food which on the of outside- of and Lungwort paper ," which is said to be a S.-Editors of tbe above papers wfll please copy

; 11 and such is the course of conduct which her Mnjcsty's sions, from Florida to \ rb"1uil1'hOtc legislation does Attorney General Cushing. would afford much better material to Mrs. Stowe for certain cure Cherry for this awful disease. Also Azors Turkisc and scrfll their bills to the Patent Office, -with a paper

J4 government propone to pursue with respect to that not cost double and treble that of Rhode !laud, where The wrrchionJciioftlic| Baltimore: Patriot my in Uncle Tom's Cabi,," than any she has been able Balm the great remedy for all diseases of the containing this notice.
.' country, and to the various questions which have arisen the lawmakers hold their assemblages every six the .110ill tribute to Mr. Cudiing. He writer i is a to glean from Southern servitude.The hair. January 14,1854. aIn 3t
: or may arise under that treaty. I will, however add mouths. Indeed, we arc not sure but the last named Whig': ,i leading Northern Auti Slavery agitators we
,tJ that Her Majesty's government have no intention of immense comniouwealih finds that iU diversified mtereeU Mr. Attorney General Cushing's argument. yesterday -' regard aa but little better than traitors to the Constitution DistrictjCourt of the United States

.. .4,. disturbing 01 deporting in any way from the arrangement i. require a meeting of iU collective wil om" in the Supreme! Court in the great Dubuque case t and as deadly enemies to our political institu MARKIED- For the Northern District of Florida.
entered into between the two governments f
the maintenance of the de facto government and IX>M- The lit cordcr says, we have scarcely conversedwith Johnson was the ablest! most clear, convinciug and tions.Any attempt to introduce the question again1 into of Mrs. Mary McMorris,by tbe Rev.John Gram- A.T CHAMBERS, JAN, S, 1854. It ia hereby ordered
linn of Grey town! You will read this despatch to the effective that it has ever been my foitune to listen to our halls of legislation, no matter under what pretext ling. CALVIN I'.tr; of Georgia, to Mrs. F. S. Mc0.ii.L that the Term tf the said Court appointed
: i1 United States Secretary of SUte and you will at the an intelligent gentleman from any part of the before that august tribunal. During the whole of his it may be clothed should bo discountenanced by all of Aucilla, Jefferson Comity, Florida. by law to be held oa tbe first Monday in January,
: .tj lame time repeat to bun the eaicest desire which is State who does not favor the change, wbilit the tone argument, Mr. Cashing held the most profound attention good l citizens, and the movers in it should be placccd and postponed by a previous order to the 16th dayu
.. felt by Her Majesty's government to proceed through I of the public press is decided upon the subject"The ol the Court and of his crowded auditory, which under the ban of public opinion.We On the 5th instant, at Lyndhouse,Jefferson County, January instant, "be-and the tame is hereby further
e.4 the whole of this the resideuee of Col. Wm. Bailey, by the Right Rev..
'. matter and in the and to the first Monday ((6
most adjourned Kjj
cordially Unreserved I time will speedily come, we have not the embraced many of the ablest legal gentlemen in Congress cannot believe that the admission of Nebraskainto postponed
JAMES PAITL .of South Carolina
manner with the government of the United and others standing the Union will be of aliolition ex Bishop Rutledge. Esq. day) of February next, at which time tb. same *"*
in the
high the
States. slightest doubt, when. all the States which have adopted from different: parts of the very country. profession citement r..r. whatever cause be the any disposition of the to Miss B.AXNCTA BtLLAUT,daughter of the late A., be held, at the Capitol in Tallahassee.

At tbe time this correspondence was submitted Mr. biennial sessions, will return lo the annual matter it should be made may subordinate to the peace and Bellamy. LIL BRONSON, Judg'

Clayton handed io a letter from the Hon. Re vcrdy John- system. Experience is daily proving that there is WJiat Railroad-Vfe copy the following significant welfare of the country, which wants no more negro Janusryl4,1854. 2 4t

t,. -i eon,dated Washington, Dec,SO, 1663,addressed to Mr really no economy in deporting from the old plan. item from the Doylestown (Pa.) Intelligencer: disputes renew and them.it-will Cincinnati not regard Inquirer.The with favor. any attemptto LECTURE AND CONCERT. Chancery Sale of Lands.W. .

: C. which fully sustains the interpretation given to the The Cation( C'rop.-Mr.-W.P. Wright, a Cotton broker I l de"leased On Thursday in Cheltenham lost, the estate of James Harm LECTURE ON NATURAL SCIENCE. D. Mowley, Adm'r, Ac.
Treaty by Mr. Clayton. Mr. Cass loWDsI.ipfontrcmery county
the k thus alludes to the Proposed Change the T01iff.-It it stated of Sam'L Parkhill, dec'd, Oast Ii
.4. of New You prospect of the was sold by Ephraim Fenton trustee,'r These farms Leon Circnil
document one that would give that the bill the accordance with v*.
U great satisfaction tariff act in
to amending Taorrea of engaged
Doctor Virginia, .
cotton this season,in his weekly circular for Wed. are situated on the North Penusylvaniaa! Railroad, ten Farm11!
U the American people. It is an able document, and iU crops mile north of the city. The homestead'of the suggestions made by the Secretary of the Treasury for the last ton years in the investigation Medical. UnionBankofFloridaand (
ncsday't steamer to Europe. acres in his annual baa been framed and will also the Science others. |JBY
report already and Anatomical Science, -
statement of (fact conclusive. Mr. Johnson it 80 perches brought $231 acre. The ad. Physiological
appear I "Receipts nt the port continue to fall loff; the decrease joining, of 46 acres and 125 per perches property probably be reported by the committee of Ways and of Diatetica and Mental Philosophy, based upon I Order of Court, I will offer for *al < }JJ
will be remembered, was the Attorney General) of the : now amounts to 432,000 bales, and, on Saturday acre. "The other farm of 82 brought 6 $237 50 Means of the House in a very few days. It is also said the Temperaments and Physiological organization, respectfully day eth day of February next wWuPjTL

United State when the treaty was negotiated ; and I last the dificit as made up in New Orleans was with per but tolerable improvements acres, ; ,and $ perches is, that the Secretary's recommendations are in up way informs the ladies and gentlemen of Tallahasaee hours, before the Court House in TallahaaM* "

M this legal adviser of the President at the tine his i 465,000 bales. It is quite possible owing to the low believed that four years ago these fl60per.acre.with the departed from in settling the principles of the bill and that be will deliver a lecture lowing lands, to-wit:

construction on the American aide of the state of variom Southern Rivers, very few of whichare same improvements would not have properties.brought half that that the statement that large and important additions AT THE CAPITOL, The SEJ of See 38, and E of NEJof
controversy in navigable condition, that the deficit may reach hare been made to the free list is not trua. Section ; the W i of N W J and 8 W 4 Cl B*
wfll be regarded as of the highest authorit,. 650,000 bales or even more, and it ia aLto probable that Bum. THIS EVENING, JANUARY 14TH, aUinT2N.R2E. AlotheNEhofNS10WofSec3inTlNg

On the subject this correspondence, the Philadel. the maximum decrease when attained may diminish The report of the Commissioner .Pensions show A Washington letter says that the Select Committee To be followed by a ZOacTesjthiwbolS(

phia Forth American bat the following remarks. very slowly for many weeks thereafter. The large that it will require 15,865,560 acre of i nd 'to satisfy on French Claims is composed of four friends MUSICAL EHTERTAINMENT, tract containing 500 acre, mor* or !* ;.sold 1 m_

The Jbtritan was regarded during Mr. Clayton's arxrincreaiing deficit in receipt as compared with last the warrant already issued under the act 01arcb 11,, and two opponents, of the proposition to pay them. Professor A. H. AFFLECK, of Scotland. count andriak of fcnnerJP uae1ia. 00wedit ol
year given confidence to parties whose estimate are 1847. and 12,531,240 acres. to satisfy those that have They will of course make a favorable report. There By one half cash ; the other WItI litII5U&
premiership at hit organ: below 8,000,000 bale, and I understand a large portion -: already issued under the act of .September 28,1850,, have been heretofore thirty-eight reports of the same For particulars ot Lecture, programme of Concert;, twelve month BENJ. F. WEmIliatir
The document furnished by the President ia reply of the btuioeM b New Orlean being transacted and Jtarch 22, le'2.; making tnagjr>rat ol 23,307- character. Tbfttmanow expected will mak thirty. &i. see hand bill for the evening. in aaacs3l'
to Gea. Cu' roolutioai are of itarttiug chuac- I upon crop estimate of 2,800,000." 80ft ure.. niuc." January 14, 1854.S S H Jaxiu.sq2(1&I8&l.( )

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I HARCIlISrSCA7HQUCQN Epping's Compound Fluid Ex tract of Crockery. Lost, :D. :ET. Ames, Rich Dress Silks.. '

FEW Ciates and Hhds. Crockery, for sale low, A PORT )IOAI. containing small sum ofv. T TALLAHASEE FLORIDA, T>lOU Black and Faney Brocha SilksJX -; .
EUOu. A .L money, ami pa pen of no value to Plsto and Plaid "
to dose consignment by any ono sav.
CELEBRATED' THIS new cmpund. now and prepared a McN.GIIT & ORYO D. the owner. The finder ou returning the same to thl- sf Wholesale and Retail Dealer in ffiiHi Figured de So!.
OF SUFFERING FEMALES. by 1" Phxbiewns. to dealer* will be .1 -
THE CUKE of'r Newp.wt. January '. 1P54. 1 office suitably rewarded. DRUGS AND MEDICINES. Hi Changeable Silk.' .
TO}R I and to till laboring under derange :n u *
TT STANDS pre- mX Drg. peisous Dt'Cfintx-T 185. 50 3t -- .. Striped" ,
iucut fonits disease of the For New York. to II Black Italian -
\ curative Dycstufis Surgical Instrument. .
\ wRit puwers iu all the KIDNEYS AND BLADDER, mIIE new Brig E. Rchiintfon, will have imiiie.linte BEEBE & CO. PEBFTMERT. Window Glasa. Paints, Rept Silk and Smtins

n "U diseases; for which it is as a most reliable remedy. _L despatch fur the above port. For FASHIONABLE HATTERS, Oil. Varnishes, Putty Manufactured Tobucco, Black and Fancy Armcre Silka.

reoommeudeJ called I Jo\lll offer it merely ns a hannlss eompound.but freight or passage apply to 15C BKOADWAY, NEW YORK ;nd Glass Ware, Patent}Medicin.

VI2U4lR COM.PLAINTS. R; a medicine prepared BCCrill t/, 1/.unlorutira AlcXAUGHT k ORMOXD. introduce the Fine Soaps, Fine Tooth, Pure Wines and Brandies Mantles and Talmaa .
s Science Spring for
: would -such a(IU ( occasion*,rf if he could practitionei-and ill Newport. January '. 1 854. _1_ WILL .s Hats, on Saturday, Feb. 11th. The gentle Hatis and Hair Brushes, for Medicinal purposes RICH Embroidered Mantles, in all colon ..

I _, \ Of these are Prolap the abt-euce pienme of many some, or all of i ils iugredieuU Salt Salt extremely light in iu appearance, and better adapted 'iiiut Brushes, Fancy Article Dutchcss Mantles, (Velvet Trimmed,) .
it U"t Garden Seeds Fine Havana Segars. oc a tC do
sus Uteri or :Falling iu to the Spring ami Summer seasons than
-;, ," of the Womb; Fluor, Having a grosser once" practiced. Medicine ns a profession my. tlvfJ f {\(\ SACKS Key West Salt,just landing and they have heretofoiB The increased any demand style lIe has recently received per brigs Asa Sawyer an! Empreu. do

-__ or Whites ; Chronic In- self. I oflcr this) uiidtrstandingly. I for kale by for their hats hat induced B.d Co. to enlarge their Montiuk a Line and Freak 'tupplyofeverj variety P1a.iIt and Embroidered Silk "
,1 \ t1'gant Ctrc }AUGHT OR OXD. : .f articles usually kept by drujrgists. Planters and "Black Cloth Talmas,
Y. fl.imation and Ulcrration desire ) t ndopt it. And if mauiufaetnry'M they can now assure their customers
Physicians {\ .Jt're ( Newport, January 7, 65-t. 1 will find at this establishment full a Velvet Trinnwcl, .
of tlie Womb; lu- they feel honorable scruples) without further ]mr- I that all orders will l b e promptly executed. and tl.e) 'hysieum. always a Lavender Cclored] Mantles ;
ciJ] .nt.l\l Hcmorihage: ticulars und will address me at Columbus, Go, I will hats forwarded at one day's notice, if desired. Each supply cf every thing needed,and on the most liberal! --

or Flooding; Painful, give th m formula. Oats Seed Oats hat will he parked in a good baud box without extra ernm. Alpaccai, &c .

Suppressed.or Irregular Let all( jt my.isons who fear !they nre diseased in their Northern Oats charge. Tie following u a hat of their established Orders from the Country promptly filled and satisfaction : Blaek Alpacca

_ Menstruation
mwinpuuying evils, (Cunccr excepted) of i Iadd'r., case i is curable. I refer all to the for sale by McXAUGUT & ORMOXD. *3G, $39:; f 42. ?45 $48 and f 54 per dozen for Moleskin quality. Physicians prescriptions carefully com- 4' Painted and Figured AJpaCCd,

sc\'rrc. 'Ir of how h'litandillg.. lhl ou each bottle, for a list of diseases: fur which Newport, Jannary 7, 1854. 1 hats and i'S'J to $CO per dozen for Rocky Moun- Miunded. 4' Black BombazinEs,

tJ l0T\. Ctvw'i w ftr surias>.cs other remedies in be-I tle twdidul is and) for directions. bin.White Silvery Beaver hats Fine Soft Cassimere Deecmber24,1853. 61 a Canton Cloth,

@'ye, the '"t. would prepared that I Potatoes.or' Hats. B'k Drab timid Pearl of the most fasbj.inblestyles Glass a Colored French tod
Jo.nteertata.l'WJ'fr. f.lwivinS respectfully} say )preftr to rely upon to *:, dozen. also manufacture Oils, White Lead, &c. and Tan English
bttttr'on,.IfI..n. I't persons interest- my reputati. as once a Pty, since hiclu: for BARRELS Planting Potatoes landing per at f5! per They BOXES German Merinocs.ii .
V>ta.in 3 J' cull und obtaiu. a 't't. he lai-t ij\J and for Mile awl ketp on hand large assortment of (;Jtnt'sand 100 !" (W Glad, assorted sizes U Cloth
jjurb a mil 1'lIle 11amp thiity xoais as a Milll t ( the GOSJK! to II Schr. Pettes, byMcNAUGUT 100 White Parametta
< of the most fashionable : 'l. kegs Lead, ,extra & No. 1.
i On Caps fo nlpriet.s pure
f'frttljC,1IIning; mplc proof fro.iithighly respectable"f jundlc of but if I must resort to certificates, 1OXD. -
C ) > ,
$12 to 18 dozen for Gent's and from
J '(.,urtv.. < the! happy results (.f its ii c. together withJcUeTs multitudes ,: LOICK !'lIWf Newport January 7, 1854.:_1_ to from f IS dozen for per Youth's. Beebe k, Co.will 6 u Lard Oil, Cassim res, & .
flt 1 IPI expet-eiieeJ 1 hs ieiau!. "1 In Columbus : 10i }per
frHnl ( : I' (Ga, Od. 25. 1 .
20 Kegs Zinc Paint,
:3.tVt. SfllinjTat Cost. forward lInt m time for their cu tomeis to offer them 17'NGLISH CassimerM, Philadelphia JetttSHi
aud euk from their
ij it in their practice, > ] D. iu will attend to or
jjRce sj Young the for sale UI the same day the fashion is introduced into 20 packages Fire-proof Paint. (bbls.and J bbls.) CashmareU, Black Cloth, ((for Talma,)
(\1'/1 clbtillltlJI8.JlrrrtJ' dors for; Ie. TilE undersigned is now offering I if the orders are receix ed in for themto 2 barrel KectifiM Whale Oil Jeans Tan Colored Cloth, do
the city, season Kentucky ,
( s.-Pr,'f. Dnnbnr M. IX Baltimore MJ. :: For sale: by JORDAN t IA YISON. Agents. of (nods. in the Store lately occupied 2 Train Oil. 1 bhl. Copal Vamuih, Ohiu rf Brown do dd

C 0-rick., M. D..lh1timnre.; I' n. I'eekliain. )1.J1 uilJ.I.'il. Jan., 7, 1 [Ukutiue: ClT.v- ly I). )MANLKY in this city consiMing'of nl I December do so. : 1853. 62 4t Spirits Turpentine in barrels and at retaiL A gen- -

.. {'ti"II, N. V. I n. Y. l'41ntrft.: : 11. S\'m'u" X. Y.; -- -- -- ----- -- l''rlJl'urid)' of Groceries Fancy and Staple (Goods, -- ---- rul ortment of Colors,Brushes,and other Painters Ladies Handkerchiefs -&Cot

M II. 14i1l. M. J H. U'I/"ot.'r.' X. y L. I). I"If'mill : Land for Sale. which must be closed. Call and examine. The en- Lands for Sale. materials. D. II.AMES: ,

M. IL C8IflT.htirluI. X. Y.$ \\'. W. H'I'ot'. t. H" City subscriber olfeis f,1 wile two valuable 1'tl tire stock can be had for lee's than New Y ik prime virtue of the prot'i'OnR of the contract between December 24, 1S53. SI T ADIES Plain Corded Border Handk'&i

If't.y..-rk ; W. Pivi.eott, M. P. Concord( X. H. TIT Lal.I.: both) 1 Ixingininiediatelyon the! road from3Imniiitittni cost A rare chance for a l lonruiu can be had by anyone BY Apalachicola Land and James IIal -- -4.- I..4 do do HemstitchedScolloped dodo

bo had the Stores ..e 1. 'lin's ,.bus excellent wishing the stock and Store. Cormuny Wines Syrups &c.OLD d'j
Pmnphl can gKitis at drug ( : to \ an ,
l'On of the
I for tIme
for the saV following lauds will. collection -
C. IL BLOOD.Tallahassee. .
... and) Screw and dodo Embroidered d) ..
the following Acnts.. Fiaine a "uie Otnrd Fresh Dates
U\dlul. ) of:he unpaid pure-base monev. and by the consent Brandy, ,
Dec. :31. 853. 5'J i 'in
well of Plain Mourning do
Monlicello and
PALMER: t BROTHER, :llc'c bouses, n< vi failing --- of the Administrator, F'Jlllt puLlic outcry to tin- Port Claret

n.1L .\ 'ES.Tkl1a1a.tc. !: ucies some .f th' U-st Huinnio'-k Lanil in the .;the f next the fellow Sherry," Sparkling Cider, French Worked l dodo
/r JPn1aliTl Fibruxry ingdc
ABEL (.lu FFIN. Apalachioola.Da. State", ]>art of wl.i'I i is iu 1 high state of cultivation; Tl r. partnership heretofore existing between !crit.-d InnJd to-wit : Ixmdcn Porter, Scotch Ale, do do Chemizetlea,
nnd ( 1' Jordan and Tin-mas II. ItIl16ki-=.under do do do Und "leeve8
R. F.KEXLEY Alliat4'r.t l 'th hundred forty acres
A. tracts: coiitaining t-ext-n
> Jordan N this! The X Ti of the X W J- of Sec SO. in T 2, R I, Brandy Peaches Brandy Cherries
the firm cl John I' : Co. day dodo Brurell Point Lace Collars
sell other valuable name ,
:*;'- Letter mVlrev-ed to :Mop r". B*ach A BrowiwmAgwiU I. and. \suit ]pun-baser: *, would The If the firm S aod E ; theE } of the) X lofSec25inT2, R 1. Raspberry Syrup, Sardine. ,
mutual consent. (
dN f'lved name and Houiton CoIIarr.- .
at Newberry C. 11, S. C. by Rev.: Rer. C. 1:111. :1..iliu. tlll'se. I will take great p;inn ill 1.by; n-ed in .tthmi the lJU"U1C'S" All S and! W, ill containing one hundred and sixty acres Strawberry Fresh Iy.b!ter, Valenciennes
will -
who i-li to only '( ; persnns
lands up
j jtlwiu tC any may buy I! I.f'lnnn" Shad.
S. Beard, of same t5ta1(' aid firm more or )t'lfi.llltc1y occupied by said James Hale, de
claims requested to
ad)vise d.a- holding against fitc
1 )have d to sell.] I would pm Hosiery, *
GL1;: rtUGs.Ja11. 9. 1WJ.Mews. J.telltl ceased. Terms made knowu ('n day of sale. Ginger Salmon
John Jordan, Quill(", or Thomas
to enll SUn JOHN CROMAR J r lB.I present them I to "
: Bnni
U tll* \, wife )has IKHTII nfllicU'd) f.ir eleven 'rears and a va -- MEETING of the Stoclhold- and pay thtir! accounts :lftlwi, h. December' :l, 1S52. I* tlfeb. Currant d>. l' ache!, Moravian Cotton Hope

riotv: of means his: 1 ln'tlI icorted Jo for relief but none THE ANNUAL JOHN" P. JORDAN. MONTICELLO HOTEL. Sparkling Gelatine, Tamarinds, do Black Lamb's Wool! Hose,
: ) ot the Union Bank <1 I Floiida will be held! atthe Extracts
; tcwived this medicine from Flavoring: Spices
,1.tain..l1I11til von I Cashmere dodo
\-a THOd. II. HODGKISS. do do
Its influence formed) jilmott nisig'oal ; there 'its i 1 HIkilg, U.UH' iu Tulhihi.i" cm. the) first Mwudav 52. :; C AIT. NEWMAN having closed his Hotel Yeat Powders, I'icfcles do Alpacca do .

manifest! inij.rovenunt fnun, the) davit was taken.A t: Fdruhr\11t. "Union Litikfifldfl.U. : .! '..n .. Dec. :n. 15S. 1lili. and the subscriber having purchased and Corn Starch, Salad Oil, I ii.Tilp Thread dodo

thtre sire a irrent many foinales, in our count. h. .J.UL1,11. ln Xew Copartnership. fitted up that large and commodious Brick Building Olives Capers --- Black-- -- and White Silk Hose;

laboring' taiii. th- afnVtinii f.-r which your medicine ;iI.Toi"lf'II TaIl.Laee. January 7, 1 5:1 1 it YIDSOX. having hon M thc'entiie interest S..uth of the Court House formerll'upiC'.IIl" a Tavern Worcestershire] Sauce, Cocoa. J1EJTS White Cotton Half How,

a rruiedv. 1 feel it u dutv t,' rowmmu'iid it ----- ------ ,J. S. M. DA of Thomas II. H'Mgki-s in the ulxivc ancerri. by Mr. (nc"ILr'al. and know then as the Banner F.n li.h Mustard, D. II. AMES. do Fancy do do do

t'lI\lI f uchJ. CLOt';; s. r.EARD.: $100 REWARD. business will IJ' ernied cn .it the old- House, takes this method of informing the public that II December 21.1833. 51 do Mixed do do do
J i- Co.. Oeutral O4irni'18y. the Dnig be has converted the said building into a Hotel) and ----
B.MABCHIM Proprietors JJejwt, I do do Merino do drt
Jordan and J. S. M. Davidson under)
rsocLv.vno.\ JAMES E. BiiyoMr, covEKNoit stand) byJ. P. FRESH GARDEN SEEDS
New-Yoik. ..f JORDAN DAVIDSON respectfully solicit* a share of public patronage. Xo do do Lamb's W Of half Hose
.1"I1Ullti i 1 ,! "m the annie and style wIn lie spared t.render those e'riif .il 1S53.RUT
It 1 or TJII !T.\TJ OE I'LOKIDA. will 1 be ed t their friends nut l'aiu.t'r expense[ CUOWTII OF di, Heayy Brown Cotton dodo
where they ]plei! <> see
able who) niav visit hi* houcoe. Tlie well known Livery "
I 1IEREAS I : i it hn 1 Ixfn mad.- known t toMe : A Flat .. Ac. Li-le Thread dodo S
List of Letters "7 patrons otlc old establishment.J01IX! X Baga, TurnipCatbage.F.eet. ,just
Stable3 formerly kept by Cart. cwm\1\.ar'! councM White Silk do :
itb..' IVl Offiiv ut TalLi'ia-sec on A"-" ed w ith the I Jot el. E. E.: I.LACi\tUJ
REMAINING r\'g'J with the fJ r .1 f t'harhtWiutcM, J. S. 3L DAVIDSON.) '.' December 'H, 18:*:. 51
.Jallu"I.1. >j.I : j jAtkiu8 1U Monticello.: Deccmb-r 24, lb;> >. 51 ---- Tweeds and
ha) I 1t"kdljaillwJ; is i now a fugitive from justice: Quinrfl2ecniberI,1S3. 52 --- Kerseys.
,". Stephen Kemp. Mi-" C RAn .V.'I". t/'ulli r', I JAMK:* E. BKOOMI:, Governor; of SODA WATE1TA.PPARATUS7roa For New York.
:.*. Oji 'i 2 Herri: Surges, Mes-ers the Stutef 1 1:1uri.Ii. by \iii tic if the} auil J*"rity vested Lost Note. r 'hF new IVktt Baik. E. Reminjrton. HEAVY English
.Alhro .1..IJI Lloyd. WPHJU. ill nil- by law. .1'1 )heiebyoiler aiexxardof) OIKhundredl lIE public are hereby notified n't to buy or trnd) J J- Sawyer Ma-ttr, will Live immediate

11ft"'1. II.-I"I'Y L.Iit.r; J )1 .l !:" for the ni'i'rela'io..j.'I I of :tiJ-A iit miiu J. Collinsiitid T fr a note executeil to me 1)the late William OF the lnt<*st and most approved construction ile-patch. For freight or pas'nr.' ni'plx- to Black and White "Washington Kersey

{ )jI' E Lir.'in'Bcirv > '. ( C'flrsp, L3< K.fedthxfiy to the She.riff ofEscaiuhia! County. Stafford of (;alslleu County fur V'S23 SJ.: dated De'i i manufactured and for sale with explicit printed, McX AUGHT k Olt OSD. do Cable Warp Kerseys,

H 11 Lavender.] Robt M HI.-:>aid) ,Antotii'i J. Collin-i about; 2H years of' eember 2''. 1 SM.: due oiieyear :tfr< date.and payable 1 directions for its time, by JOHN )MATl'HEWS c.r- Newport Dee 'It'f'r ;;I, j-53.; 62 do Georgia dodo ,
and OiIna .
Br-Juax.J; ] W 3; Lanr. DMP.arg'joff ) age.
: John )J'I'It'r! ,.". Mr C I ub',ut C fttt hi;h. not seen the < mc for the la.t five or six month.-s. The Xew-York. The only establishment devoted esclu- For Rent. I ;

Jifb. W A S Meri-ieth. Rev W H 2 I WiTvrs-v my hand and the Great t Seal note entitled to certain eredits. -ively to the manufacture of Sou\ WATER MACIIINtuv !- mirE Corner Brick Store recently occupied by I bents Handkerchiefs.MEX "

)rllwn. WinB.wen. Morns ]E of the State <-f Florida which! I have f.-(. :n. D .-.:.. f,2 T.t LAP.AX RAW 15. etc, Iii the United States, acd where mav 1. .J-J:: I 1;. II.! II.-twkk. Apply to 'S Plain Corded BOYS L. c. HandVfc

W P l'leSwttin.Vin [Sa.ii] caii'--d to !IIC affixe-J her*'lo. Done at : fi>undalarg, ar'l'tl\lt'l1l..f every article connected December 24, ISi'S. 51 D. H. AMFS. Border Haudk'fe, do Silk do '.,

Brunar. MiX 1 F Mulb-ns I D H *. I th,' <:q.itf.llu therity of Ta'lhhassee, ( n1: s to Organize Volunteers. w ith the butinebS iucladiujj Matcruds, t:e. Established Men's Henutitehed do do Real Bandan dodo

Blunt, I>r A F MoNi.bb.J M Uiia 5th lay .f Janwirv A. I). 1 b&1. General Order No1. 2-> Years.DeciiuUr. NEW FIRM. NEW GOODS. Heavy Silk do do do Pongee do f
Barrou U L 2 MoFarlan. CAl E JAMES: E. P.ltliOME.Governor: 21. I.53. :Sin 51 4 SNOW :
( Hn.u ( i'Ar.Tnis Fnjuinv MILITIA, do Bandana do Men's Italian Cravat ,
Buckuer. J) D )1 of Florida. ON HAND
do do do
Al'JLTAM GLNrSALVOfMCE.Tallahnsfvclec.l3; A ROYAL S'iOCK do Ponge6 Fancy
BallViii M""iv.T )E
By the Go\'erJIClr-At1C''t: 1S5SBRir.ADIKR MOST beautiful and rarl-il 'rtm'nt ofGOODS ";
CHIT J'"-lmaCooper Melnt.h! Mrs A EM ( i Of Cflrrif1 llarnrsv find II"" A axi >
P. 1. Ynu.rjr.VE: c"?, Biam'ic, which will be S'-H low for CASH Sundries.T .J.f
(I'n: 'rJlll.t"u: will Pt1eCl; l f.irtb- all-
H J is. J
Seeittiiry ofStataJanuary Collars Harness Maker's Stork and Tools, for Production of the small
the at advance
(.,lIJ..l1. i: L Most-ley, F WMley.'W 7 1;M. 1- his Unmade, in !pursuance of an country, a I ADIES and Gent's Merino Under Vests ; LadleJLj /
Care: J kie.. MJCieln.'lbfin uloliLla VctjJI'rnt act of the k>t (Jen 'ra! .\"."-1":1.utitll.d An Act t<> I Trui&s, YaiiKev, Curpit l>a:. SfC., on the original cost, at the and Gents Silk do do: Lamb's Wool do; adies' ..t ;

Clint on. Joshua i 1 D W copy. provide for the iiital; itinoval*of the Iiniian-itf this IS JUST NOW APPEARIXG Cash and Exchange Rooms of Plaid Woo Shawls ; do Cashmeie do; do Embroid- t.!:

Cauc, John' 0-1. r. J St.,te, Mid for other )ur ""(*. widafttr suth unjnnizulnn HODGKISS ered Thibet do; do Fancy Cheuiell Neck Ties; dd tj'

Cane. J N 1'.l1f'.ruin. r. $100 REWARD. will report to tliLs oflice with till ciincnientdesjiatch. p. IVl: : : "Ji1lrl:1 SCOTT Elastics; do Elastic Wristlets and Sleeve Bands ;-

Cooper,J H 4 Parker. )Iis Ellen I'KOCtAMATJOX UV JASM'.S E. 11HOOME, COY- ( _: 8V fKSSORS: TO Swiss,Mull, Nainsook, and Jaconet Mnslins; Striped; t

Hl'l'fOr., IVtvr 1'an-otn Mrs! R M EuNor or Tin: STAlE (I' n.t'In 1)\. BJ ...1.r of hi, Ex'-tllencv (',ov. James E. P.roomc GEO. W. SCOTT & CO. and Checked Swiss and Jacot met Muslin; Swiss and 1.:
1)arden ]U !'It:.,. John W Cuwuaudvr-iu-CbieL C.U.A: WA Y SM!ITI I. -CARRIAGES AXD BUG- and Real and Imitatiod
J.lriJICfln. Sum] IVpy. J'rnnri", t;7H EREAS, it )hni, lice made Known! tome Adj't. and In. Fla. MIx MKMOHAXDA( :; !! _arnog tLem some of the We will make every exertion to render dealers with Jaconet Edgings Inscrtin'gs; ii'
V\ that murder) committed in : '... / Sc and ; crtdilxn Valencennes Lace, Edging and Insertings ; Maltese -
a w lliwitrJ famous blu.-ting.dust-di-'pt-lhiig.
Dancy Co] K L Il-.lI.: : tiinp-surmount do
Laces Bl"k Silk Laces Brussels J
and Hoditon -
\uucun n. Andrew! B.'Ii1. Janu-s.1.P s-- ._: I the County JIaniiltoa. 'm the 17th davof obedience to tho above General Order I, ALLEN ing }jiuttem, whk-h will g twenty niU an hour an.]I II C'Hi-' tlf the In-st qualities.latest an-1 mist npprov- Blond do Wove do; and ; Cambric and; ,

: lar1. Dr I) C 3 Rieardo. DrR"lertson February. A. D. 1N13.: by one JAMES HA LI* on G. JOH .OS. Urigudit General of the Fl-uida Volmi Ftop only! wilh the hor.-tis, being specially adapt.-d b: ed styles, at the LOWEST CASH PI!ICES. ; French Insertings and American; fi-
Swiss Bonds
trail", Robt, A F E th) s l lo"h'WiilsiTii J. JJuime!, and that the said Hall -.l'f':", tit be n.i..J ii1.tirunnee (.f an fid <>f the last btrength"nnd high finish t. the [corduroy]] Railwajserviee. Our assortment vrill constantly be enlarged and enriched ; English Chintz do Gin-
ham .Fr..icht. 4-4
Hoyles Saxony.
[:"nls. Mi's M E n"lA A has tIed'fnlll1 ju'tict' : I I u-neral A;.enibly.! entitled And t.) provide for Cntnrti-ig Carriages fur polite youug gentlemen ,- by fresh supplies and) will embrace tho entire ; ;
and White Scarlet Yellow and Green
Evans, D L Runey. D) (J .Y.Iff'. tlnnf" ie, 1 lAME E. RROTME: Govcnior f'fbe the final irt.iiv.r l ">f the In hans ,.f tl-i-< State and for and Sulkir rthc so-
Fr.FL R.-u-h S J WR'b.r'ii. State of Floii.Hit. by xirtue of the authority vestedu ] other: purposes,*" d., invite the g.'oI, twl'tlrity citi- n Silpiu; SADDLES, upon oueof which that worK I i i. a GENERAL SCHEDULE: ; ; da
do 8-4 10-4 12-4 Negro
mo by law, do! heieiy dr.rl reward 1 Fou.hee, ..1V. Jonathan' i /ens of this State, quahftod: undtr t Ii- Cit 1ituti.J. and renowned Captain Plaid Saddle do Bleached and
.) D<:lar! ? for the nppiphenfion, c.f Diid Hull and his llae Dress Goods, Fancy Mantle, Shawls and of every quality ; ;
I'airtar.iii Sillers.:; I Rev: DuuwmRcott Militia, : Laws thueof! to perform: Military duty, forthwi'h R'"l<; fourteen mils in fteen days, Brown 'J-4, 10-4 and 12-4 Sheetings;3 4, '-8, and 4-4
afe livery to iheShi-iuTof Hamiltoir (% Clonks Fashionable! Bonnets, Gloves Mitts and lIo-
Foot P. I) F P ter L3rs iutjty.MiM. I to ('\lfc.) tl. -ir names preparatory to organization: And ue.r loc-ked bihind him." Bleached and Brown Shirtings 84 and 10-4 Damask .. .
.- 'Said Juii) -b Hall i i. about 5 f..t. 8 or 9 mih.'S siery. Heavy and substantial Dry Goods) Blankets, ;
rjemiii ilrT -U1l lan: C int C<'lUl'aui.*.-, h'.itta1i.ns! iiiii! Regini.-nts!;, an! '
] Table 8-4 and 10-4 Brown Table do
, c bishIS or ii'j' ajre ha5b'u* pandv And numerous other patterns, adapted in speed nnc1lcni'e. t Clothing.! Boots and Shoes. Hats and Caps, Bagging Diaper; ; 1-8.
hair ni.d Ix/ard; is quick spoken, uiid H< S.'m..f tile'ari..tic of HARXESS Itavcbieu and! I lope, Saddlery, Hardware and Cutlery, Guns 8-4 ;
Gaula.; Mr ;t th< ir names t<> m; ; that is to say, Damask with for
t-houldcred. "icad of but others must be seen to be appre Nails and) Hollow-ware, Crockery, Fancy Boxes und Napkins every thing necessary
( Haulll"r G Smith. Gen Caraway not exceding ten CoiDpr.niert of one hunc'red! nun
\TIT-r"- my baud and the great Seal ciated. All the Will! S warranted to hurt if weilupplied Paints, Powder Shot and Lead:Flour, Beef Bacon.Butter IIoi'SEKEErrxG. All of which will be sold remarkably -
(;wattiiVtn :;!li Johu E be formal) into of "Iomlt..d01ln
(-n'r.tIi.: c.ach. to a regiment -
will lx taken back the returned IKque.tionii Cheese and all kinds of Grocei ics and Provitintif. low, for CASH. Give us a call and we pledge
; <>f the State of Fl' iida! which I )have (;:'. Dr) W WHuWfl. Seott l. Mr-Margaret! L teers nu.i! tiot evecding ten Companies of bun- .
; i ; one if of full
.. ourselves to
a.-kc-d. and in t'tirrul'l.'atlll'r ( von purchase us,) give you a
[Rr..4L.] caused] t1.lie afis -d hextn. l)(ne at a receiptgicca
l. Him i n SpaxU-rry .11. JThoiDJi'.oU dred men each to bo formed into a Regiuieiit (.f In- in
for of the latest
it goods -
: of the kind the wiahcd :I equivalent your money very
IIbli the Caf.itol !'tithe City of: Talhdinsq&c. These Whip are same jet Cotton and Tobacco.
Martha Jane J BTunitr faiutrr.'Ihie.
the best
thl 2th of J -. A. I). honest hand styles and very quality. .
11.11n'1! < .1ml!, A day aU II\ Ih.4. following rules will be enforced in the organization -. every Liberal advances made on shipments of the above THOMAS II. CllICHLOW i BROTHERS: .
.'rhul Tucker: ITi(s 2 JAMES: E. BROOMK.Gaxeruor : of the Compauius coutcmplutcd iu the above ien- To laA the rascnl faked! tJ.roug.tbc! world. articles by IIODGK ISS A SCOTT. November26.1853. 47

Holler, JoscjilillolenoM "lllriur.n.Aldrrws; of 1'Jorida. end Order: I have uli'Miiuny Patent. Sole Leather nnd! otheiTRUNKS .: November, 10, J 8l 3. 40

Caroline V .ifielJ.JF By the Gfvcmor-Attest : 1. No }J'r-=on will l hc received into this c .r\ ]ir. who I in which the difficulty is to find] the keyhole -

Hamhletun. J \Veli.mn 2 }'. Yiu.ri'iwK, j Iover the uc ofIS or und-r the, nc of 1 S \--i'e, 01h Be.v-Tal thiev.-j having hung themselves, in: despan Mullet and Mullet Hoe.BBLS. Fresh Supplies.

Harris Miss EUira Wn-lbuvtth. W W Secretary of Stat laboring under any l.>dily ir.fr1l1it"I.atc'r.. account.fit. All these) .ntahJtrt'9 other articles! SUPERIOR T) ECEIVING from the HERALD. AiA SAW

]Li.lacl, \\L4tAOr henry 2 January 7, l'f;4. 1 2. Each: p<'r'ii enrolling hi'nself ua a Mounted YolutiU ]. will be sold low to meet the, exigencies (If the tiim-;: ;0 also I O I':. in fine order MULLET just receiteil without heads, IX YER. GAMBLE and CHIPOLA,

H<.ili'-t -r.iil: Wiliiams A L Jaekbouxillu News and Ocala Mirror copy.._ _. -,-r, will furnish )l.im-elf with a c"od) awl t.fcIOII: and to close out for an entire new stock expected bj r November ll, 833. BERRY & R'J WLES. Extra Northern Flour, No. Mackerel,

Hunter, lle\M'cca (roVHaync ) Wruy J N J MERTOPOLITAN SILK STOCK. )horse, Saddle and Bridle: ,a Rifle, :Musket or IJJuU(,. the Sub- flriue Telegraph about the ftdlofnext moot Western" 4 Bbls. "
Arcbe1auVidhce A D. E. HULL.( S. F. Kits" .
REMOVAL Barrel Shot GUll in complete repair. I"a''heiirolling Ill.r"'lt I Apply
Hatbtr. llob't 3 Wright, W A him elf innn Infantry Company, will proxidImifeelf < P. REPAIRING done all1i'ual.on..llort notiei MORE & GALLAGHER, Buckwheat Flour Dried nerring.lund

; Iune". "ll\WI 'I1etj EDWARD LAMBERT & CO., with a Itifl. Musket or Double Barrel Shot nnd reasonable terms.: l'olitieianswboliave) sllppw I Ridge Road and Coatcs Street, Philadelphia. i Kegs Codfish

J Johnson \r LCTlnia y(lulg..1 L I IMPOKTEKS AND JOIJHEKS OF (inn, in complete} -pr.ir.; the Ci-.llar nnd broken the traces of {party," canS be fix-- Iron Founder and Manufacturers or Eng. Dairy Cheese, Dried Peach,

Jones, Mary, Y Jones, YeomaiiF A WROUGHT
n.\t ed to hold M Comuiiafcioi," in the Line." Tallahassee, ceJr.bc.4..153. 61_. ORNAMENTAL and ARcitiTEcrrRAL]I. Bacon Sides, Green "
Jr1patrrk. T W Young N<*1 HAVING m: IO\'ID TJIJIJt.JYE1Jr ALLEN. JOIIXSOX.Brigadier noN WoRKS Iron Railings for public and prh'at.eGrf'unl Shoulders, Oranges and Dates
.calling for any of l the above letter s Valuable Lands for Sale. Sugar Cured Hams. Water Craciis: ,
< 1[.1 JLE.JIO (Ts.E: General. Verandahs Settees Chairs, Tables, ete.t .
-illc 1tl\' alt ad\ri..1 B.-llo\illA. D,(. 17 (:n.) !r.',?. {>2 4t siibscnV offers for sale the f..U'1win"al]tl'articular attention paid to the enclosure of Burial Lard in Bbls. and Kegs, Butter "

1 NASH. P. M XO 55, nmiBCRS ST.. XCW YORK, TIlL lands,lying in the County of Jackson: Lots. Sugar IL Syrup, Sugar "

J Inuan' G. 11:I 2 1 (.I'O.-ITE- -- HIE---- _I-xnv Fresh Supples. TIp.. .nortl-wcst. 4 of see. 26 : the north-east 4, th e More .l GI 1n1ler'i. Book of Oriirinal Desiims and I Clarified Sugar, Soda "
BAKER & MclVEK[ I Invite the attention of the Uade 00.0011 to their SPIIIVG I. RECEIVING, from Xew Yoik Baltimore and New I.I south-cast J north-west i of sec.27 ; the north.as-t List of Pi ices sent to persons wishing- to make a B-.f I Crashed "" Lemon -

JMPORTATIONcf I ) J, the east $ of the north-west J, and tire east i of the lection.Noveml. Loaf Graham Bread

ATTORNEYS AT LAW Frtih Uo'heu Butter Cabbages' and Beets tnuth-east 4 of sec. 34 ; south-west i and the west j juf r 12, isr.3. 45 Cm Rio Coffee, Stewarts Candies

TALLAhASSEE AXD QUINCY FLORIDA, RICH SILKS lo l du in Kits, Onion and Ib.ps ) north west J.sec. S5, iu towa-hip 5, range I 0, north li\i: S. S. Almonds,

iirafliw, in the Middle] end Western Cireuit DRESS GOODS, Wt-ftern Cheese, Chocolate, and 1 Cocoa, and! \\'c"t ; l,mug on the east side of the Chip.-la River. NEW CASH STORE. Apple Vinecrnr! Brazil Nuts,
WILL SHAWLS, I'me A Jlurianua and joining Sperm Candles, Eng. SyAtlm't.
and iu the Couiitien of Decatur and pple Cheese) Tomato Catsup within three or four miles of ,
]orda. Soda; Biscuit, Walnut do John G. Roulliac and others. Zwnte Currant*,

Tlioinai1, GaDOL. EMBROIDERIES, &c. I I.emiiti lo Brandy Peaches, The south-wot i of FCC 11 ; the north-east i. the Gentlemen and Ladies' Fas'iionaMe! Emporium. Fable Salt, Onions to.

:G IJAKKU, AUEJ M IVJIK: Morchnnts throughout the United States arc solicited I W nt(r Crackers, lo Cherries, sout -t:1i\l i. and the south-we } of sec. 10; the northwest -4-- 5- -ALSO-

TaUaJia.\fff. Quincy. to examhc our ju-hoitnien, which) in ButUr do Smvnia Figs i of sec. 15 ; the north-east J and southeast 4 of NEW FALL &. VUNTER FANCY GOODS. Damask Table Cloths, Napkins Tidies, Linen Edgings .

NOVELTY RICHNESS AXD VARIETY: I Sugar dn I'kikd Oyster-:, sec 4. In tOwmn.hip t. range 11, north and west ly- .i Worsted Victorines Foulards Moug De Lains,

_January ., ISM. I u believed to be in this and J 1I,-.1! lining, FnM Iuibster. lug, on the west tide of ChijMjla River, and a few miles Subscribers ate now in the receipt of their Fancy Prints, L C. Hdkfs/Emb'd and Plaid Shawls,
S um-urpai-scd Mctrcjxilis
I.jiltmiorc: R.e herring, Sardines above Ikttaniy'u Itrdge.I and well selected Stock of New and Long Shawls, Brown Linen, Irish Lines,Bleached and
adapted to the wants tif the l"-t t trade in thecountry I
JOSEPH II. DcPOXT } wry of Bard Muslins woil Shirts and Drawer Find
I: Macearoni sluill be Mariauna by the tenth January Handsome Heavy ,
all c-f whk-h
will l 1)
ofTeivd to Cash and first '
; I Sugar Cur.] lams: Siw-rm und Star CalltneBaCt.1I and shall be to meet with a purchaserTor Bed and Crib Blankets, Negro do. Linseys Domestic
AYTO31NSY AT LA'1 chiss BIX months buyers, cm the uio t ft\01'11 Llc] terms. Shoulders Clarified Sugar nut either, or all of the above described tracts of land; FALL AND WINTER FANCY GOODS, Plaids and Stripes Ticking Denims, Satinet Kerseys -

FLORIDATTILL .January7IE4. 1 ct d. it1' literal mformationhbirtd selected with great care, in New York and Philadelphia Oduaburgs BaI. Rope and an assortment of
QUINCY _0. ____ ___ ("> Java C"lr( -eD'' !, titles kidihputablc, terms Any
Beef Tongue, Stuart application to JudgeJfrCTgrtOTrn. by an experienced Buyer, who spared no pains .
\ continue t by th* firm of C. H. A- J. H. New SJrul''iIIJCrts and Almonds .near MariannA, Jackson County,fJ..riIa. or i trouble in their selection Our Stock will be increased ,
and t prartiee m \adjacent] CKiuti.of UUI'lt. FROM New Orleau?, per Scr. i'cues,5 do, do m $ hbls, C.iK| rs. ,tc. &eIODGKISS Long. IIL.un .FORHF..8T. I and replenished monthly by the latest and Such as Clothes Hampers and Baskets Market Baskets

an Wer\Circuits. He will UW attendExecutor's tl .Midll Casks BaN.n.J. ] ] tt: SCOTT. D. C. Dec. 12. (21.) lfrS3. 4t 51. i must desirable Styles of Fathionall Goods, or oftener Salad Spoons and Fork, Steak Mallets, Towel .

Supnme Cw1 in 'ta' tle 2 -, Plain llninc, IVe. 31.1853. 52 50 if wo find it necessary. Our Stock cousUU iu Rollers, Rolling Pins, Potatoe Smashers Sil1 bub. .

ianuary'ilZ4. nl Muiau: :55 Tierces Sncrar: Cured Hams Florida State Lands for Sale. part of of the following: Sticks, Rocking Horses, Satchels Carpet Bags tc,

-_-,_--. _. --. 2 Boxes ISicf TOIICUCP, Seed Oats. SubserilKT will offer at Auction, in the city Mouselains and Cashmeres. .'. HODGKISS it SCOTT.
Sale. CO bbk Pbnt's" Extra Hour, nUS1IlLS: Socd TIm of March. November 19,1853. 46
9 f)0) heavy Oats atIIODOKISS the ISth
() l> iuaeola! iu Monday, Plain aud Figurod Mouselains,
70 bbl. Flour
ht Junnary,'wifl be le .Superfine A SCOTT. 16th Sections iu the following Ranges and RICH "
OX Saturcn. \ ire tLe 1854, the Cashmeres,
3 IB,.!. Drown; .Siigar D.-C.S1 1K53.
ruijicd : s-
< Gamble f 2 wit Pensacola & Geo. it. R.
Ilouhehold and Kitcben Furniture 40 1..1.'.'. 3 Ileetified \Hi..kE'), Toxvuehips to : Plaid Moueelains and Company.
Tun..ll a
Mouselains and
LaFARGE Rm."fll. Painted
ALSO-Faimlv: Carnage. lx-louging to an e late. 20 2 do Monongvhala Whi-key HOUSE, :1 West, 1,2, 3, 4 and 5 North, Black Cashmeres and de Laincs. TALLAHASSEE. 1st December I8$3.-
liEHUY < I V"L1Auctll< Candies
Jauuary 7, 1653. I.L18. NEW YORK. 83 4 and 5 pany into shares of one hundred dollars each
and O Gents Ready-Made Clothing.
2( LM,1.c.Eeg r. Lard < t HIS Iluuse combines i in all 21 1 und 3 South. and culled for an instalment of one dollar on each
.. ::;
MONROE HOUSE .rJi I J. every; modem convenience appointments and and Also Lots Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 5, of Sec. 1 C, T. 2 S, R. SUPER Blue and Black Overcoats, share, to be paid on or before the first day of January -'
DERRY i ROWLES. luxury, I Brown and Mulberry Overcoats nest For greater convenience to
in stocLboIdervpavmeut
January is lurwi-hed a style of W.
'. 18M. urpasiH.-d 31
T 1 elegance The t U Black and Blue Frock Coats
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. Proprietors will spare no efforts in mmLsterin'Mo TERMS :-One fourth cash, three fourths payable will be received, in
the ml- Brown and Olive "
well-known hold] having tmssed from comfort of their guests awl making it in three equal annual instalments with interest in )Mariaiuia by
fJ1IIS Negroes at Auction.IV their friends worthy the if all bo iu cush five per cent.on the Tweed Coats of every Color, Quincy, Arthur J. Foreman. Esq.,
bauds of E P iloorc, into Ihoke of f natronagc of and the travelling public.1 .am-e. Or paid "
1. Clouded do do do "
tbe underbignedlh projuietor gives notice to (\, 1* .o1J.' U Monday the 1 Cth instant before 1 t will bo open for the reception of guests about the. credit Instalments will be deducted. WALKER, do Blanket Coats, Madison Monticello, William Charles Denhnni, Eq
the pubhc tliiA )he i il jwepared t entertain trauweutud ,V. the Court fee door ill 'J'aliaLullloet., between 9th of January. WRIGHT, LANIERS) & CO. D.Stale of Florida Blue] and Black Blaaket Coats, : Russell-, Esq.:

pcrmaueut CU'l'JI'rl with the best the Lout af- ufeual bourn { <*le, four likely Jf" roe, ;all No. 1 (S. LAXIEE & Sox, formerly of Macon CaS) Kfyuter Public Lands 3m Grey do do Jasper Tallahassee "
furJs. aud at reasonable the times field hands. BERRY 4 1tOwJl December 31. 1853. 52 Cm December 17, IMS. 50 Henry L. Rutgers.oo Eq. S
a a 'os as 'ind. FS, [SentineL 'I" ( fliMni.f: : do />Vi f\( nrlinm wi.. n t ..
January 7, I84. 1 on'-u Ul tiVIII IMJ issue toe
The hoube well 2t --- ? prepareaio prop
I{f it supplied w itli serraots.' AUL'.iulleers.Provisions Bel Air Academy. 4' Casbimere; do er certificates to stockholders. The of thir
.A. : :. WIIc payment
every eu\c4iefCI to make comfortable] and in 4' Jeans doa
Ju'ita school having securing Kentucky instalment will entitle becoui
lja of tile any person to s>
proprieU* wjll sjwrc D P jjeasc those who &c. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST. rpJlB Patrons Dr. ACLD, originally from South Carolina, Himelah Cloth do without previous subscription.By .

ti31 k.o liDl with their jiatroimge. An excellent 30 BARRELS Mess Poik, NEWPORT, FLORIDA, (rom Madison County of this State. as "Peter.Lam do order of the Board. W3L UAILTPreimidenL.
oc. and reeent11
Ln'.t\e adjoins this "ot >L
? < A. DIY AN. 8 Ca&Ls Bacon Sides, that its regular -
-i Ta& now receiving a large and well selected stock of l'riapepia tae pleasure m announCIng
Jaua', 1354. 1 do do Bhoulderfc IS IaTorableausplctt"about Gloves.
2 OFFICINAL DRUGS AND CHEMICALS wii_ be resumed nuder the molt December IP, 1853. 41 tf
SO l bla. and 20 half bbls. Flour. ; also) ap: Alexander's Kid Glove.
> -I fEN'S
the middle of January ,
a stock of Patent -
THE large Medicines White Lead L -
.WAKULLA HOTEL, 10 bbl& and 16 half bbls. Whiskey, etc.; a splendid nsnortmetit of the most etc. Del'ir fa a quiet little village in the Pine Lands t1fmffrr.!) iv]. do Black: and white Silk Glo,, DENTRISTY.

AT NEW I'0 R T. 4 Hunongebala Whiskey, School Books Toy Books. Poetical Note aDd approved mlt>8 dialant from Tallahassee most favorably L91lir do Buckskin do I
For Sale Molasses, Hop, tc, tc, landing from Schr. Pettej nook: FIJ Hymn. Sited, being removed from all those scenes and asaviations do Lisle Threaddo I D1, LEWIS gives notice fo hlr
or to Paper, Lai4 LetteraG Edge Paper
Rent. and for sale by McNAUGUT A Ojl.ONV. Common Note. Embossed calculated to demoralize youth. Drab Beaver 1I1jp, friends and patrons [that he has removed '

TJIS desiriible e'tAI,1lhm nt Newport, January 7. 1854.. 1 EnnlopC'll. Laced. Note Sprig l'aper; :For haalth it is second to no location in the South- do Sup Chamois Lined Berlin Gloves, his Office to his ret Hem* in the
now Embroidered, tc.
m r J1 i vacat. Officmftl Mediuncti country. Scholars from abroad will be received do Buck Gauntlets, building known as the Wjslt House," adjemkiff U>.

duu.eforanyonellh d'Jog hl good hll l olflu;10 IL gOod Cooper's, Carpenter's and Black- cioN. including almost warranted articla pure.found Patent useful Medi-in ero itto: families in the village at reasonable terms. LADIES' Alexander Kid Gloves dwelling of Dr.Taylor,where he may be fuaodf at alt
carry every
o this tHu.b 4f Linc. ltn I smith's Tools. the South among which December i 24,1858. 61 dodo do Silk do tines prepared to serve those who may need bis scr
something new novel and
Thibet His terms will be
!,Ittitr> Firnit"re.&c ."cn M Bedsteads,TaUt PIKE and well selected] stock of the above laudkij dro.beneficial Electric to the afflicted, to-wit : Pulvennarher'.Hy jand. LUbilities of the Union Bank, Taffeta Silk dodo dodo ves.Any reference C&It be gffea Cash if or neccssart.N. .hap eallcd for.
Voltaic .
the A Chains.
ATy8oonto CI L ncorpay (nle." from Brig C. A. Coo, and for sale by lower t.lum aL other All of which will be sold aale b1 C. A. COIL I Cashmere do t B. Gold Plate cut' tn patterns for jWlds tad
$ D.LAZD. McNAUGHT A OIIMOND. allY Drug ,Ii-l-acntui the li'FOR New York. dodo Silk Fleece Lined I "by mail st1.03ets. *- .
Pun anuary 7, 165C 1 t c nntiy kelhog the same article 5 Stone Street, l GlOTtis, t.' t.

: Newport., Jaooary 7.18W. 1: December 3L 185J.: 53 DKCUbu 17 lU3. Q Lt .',., G_. : .;.yvEeiiLv. l ,,l.; ,., 4t ..
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0 i i'; l'fcm' LT JEW DAVID'S HEBREW PLASTER, AZOR'S' TURKISH BALM Furniture, Chairs, &o. New FaU and Winter Goods. I ATTENTION LADIF.F.5ns r lr. I. T. HENDERSOITS:

rTMlE great remedy for Rheumatism, Gout, Pain in i.* \I\ r naiiMii.w: revihin fromr'tc.rc75 < VrJ E t, .,. j ..,ic." tli* '.tfi"i4i in 'T i rr cuen- :< 15irro: 4'c ss 1I n'Aiui.i .. .. ;. f 4 UL i AMJ BOXC() LLMilEiYTOS

*' Lfjtyl J. the Side. Hip, B ick. Limbs and j Joint. Scrofula.' > ? the* Ij"s -%"-- hn %%. ,?, ; V \ t .4 :a ui. A'1: J c (' r attt- tun. '. tin- rl', an ,-..nitr i f

i rt T King's Evil, White Swellings, H.ird Turn-is, SiiifJoiuts y oi) will '.j.jn at our Ft n.hu-e M.-H. ?. L ; . ,. S d .t4 ,. '." Lf1q tI-t.! : .. r HEAL ALL AND PULMONIC OIL

euftF and nl! fixed pVius wliattvcr., Where this a hand.-1-"ie B'ul Mrlllnt..- l ttti-\i .f Xcw York 'a :\L) .. L--.
4 t L4: Plaster is applied, pain cauuot exist. rt-wivbt: fn'ai N.-U. York anJIU-!
. H City in ne Fiuiiilure r.nd CLiir.-. \iz : w i.i It wt; s.re now A SURE CURE! FOIC
; It has been beneficial) iu eases of w caknesa. such ns )Mihranv; i fi I hrif and Pxk CMOS, t iii: re, e i i-tiiuii i: partol the It.iI..wirg, \iz: Ec1ings and Inscrtings.QWI CONSUMPTION."PHE .
c'i: Pain aud Weakness in the stomach. \Venk Limbs, 31..i l'le Top. .in.l I I Plain SiilclxcnlCentre -., GLt.CEIUF.S..O pVGoor i i Plain?. <=.S IM-ri s .t I1-'tI ,-'. Maltf! *? LM ingi, ( ue of tl.ii astomulinjf Liniment Las b
h Lameness, Aifeetion of the Lungs in their pii: .' ais.l Sofa Tables : ( Ker- : Yal I tended with **
'i It dot $ 20) IV.xes N... I IQJ'. '- 1"'o' O LW!,, -neie: unparalleled sutces in all -
s'Lagl. my* ludafuatii-n by pmpiratiuu. Pirt.,t. 1 R.41 of 3iari If.jrsp.
.! lU.xe Wa. hins Cum- 'i S :nynu" "r
9 Wa-l>tanK! I p.,;mJ."J t I flit Ces Brown. I>lun,,. Sax.; ny Smyrna Flouncing?. 1.; r Jfo-It spsedily cures RLeumatism,

S bt, The THE GREAT TURKISH .Lt'v-ajiv" rxtt-iiM.n Tables, 40 1i.'xes ToUicco, of all"a. ,"tl *'LJIinjirtfoi. | Blende u Se rE.fnla, Itriut: Sealils, Tetters, and p,
1r following commendation i is fiom an Agect re- IWakfast ) Swcliit.! '

,J, If. Hiding at Tientou Tcnn .sset : REMEDY FOR BALDNESS, V.'oik I Uti: : Young Hv*'U A Apron :.ii., I 11 Furiiture; ('laks, White Goods.JACONET VU lcers.eii. SeatdLiaiI.ItWugs.Sore l'hroat.Spraizis.Salvatjon Cuts, Brn frry. 4

'i: Ti entail, Gibson Co., Tennessee. Nov. 7. '4$. And fc Invigorating and Beautifying the Hair Riw ioil C.'nlre. Work and Fancy Tables, IJi'k Teas, .to Uales (Coin cu S.re 31tiith, Neuralgia, I'i1t (iround ji,
$ HBSSM. SOOVIL A Jlc.\n-(Grutleuicii:-The He Mi.botj.invVfli.:ilrflx's 2 t. $ j -1-1Uio Cambrics, SwNs Muslina ,
j brew Plaster is S a T..ilt Article, for beaulifu-ipand ) t.1.ii..t'.e Lemon; it llarry Syrr.p ripM ) tt'kSiiined E a ache (.r (lPflfiCS5.by tilling'the Ear vi
in a.
becoming this
jx-pular fecti-fi. .. % b.iir sft, 18"V, :nd in a healthy condition, it i isuucqinlleL l ; L-i-'iaraA.lavi.Coire.vl and 4 lIra and Bleach di 1 '4FiMtol'd stopping it with wool or cotton ; Crone, 1 by
There is B lady iu this county wh. gay* t he wouM not Toilet TaMo Wlutnot*, Hronze H-.t Hk" Quart Sbirtm ; Nairis'.k
$ Its positive qnalilie" hre u* f>I].>ws: i l PakHard.) Apple umP, :,, the breast with the liniment, and adn.itusteriiyjTy
; b without this Plaster for five bun Ire J iiollai! s n year. 1st Iffivrs the head fn m d.indiuir, bt t lengthens the t tt t-, I I.ikt! r1i.' *. Mnsie i Stand.*. Jiyi I 1 and Low t | Am. l.r.Hidv. 4> 5;, ?' '3 ati.I.V-4 Bl."wnMono.ohalaiiud '4 Curtain spoonful internally with a little susjar, it

t I1 : el She tbe was spleen nfl ,cted whu-h for some ber time with an enlargement roit) imparts health and I vi.tr t. the tiicul.ttion, anaprevents Poet BeiUtra' Is, Sofa: *. Tete-a teles', ic, Ac. Rectified'' ti'I Deael'aI!! ; Sb etin Linen Bishop's Lawn. I the same way f.'r coughs, colds, Asthma, PJw j j f

g gate r. gie.it Wl of pain. ChairT jfat varuty, VhikeV"I'1; Dull.JIUP I Phthisic, BroiH-hiti
di d-hr "tttln \
Tbe the h ur inffiinf (T pi jJd \.- Consumption, and PJenray.JJl
4i4 swelling and pain bal extended up iicmly to tbe It CtUV5: the Jmr: tn enil 1 btMiiUI'tiily when 1oneup C.r\oil and Plain Xl.ihosmny: Rocker*, and I N'. E. P.nm. JSl.eetiuij and Pillow Mourning Goods. a sure cure consumption use a small table

t4 $ Win-pit, and occasionally: he could tcarcvlv lnvatln1. in it over niht Thii bln U 1 ii'a-Je tn-i i the orii; C.inc S<:.it. and I.u-k I! I lt
tiI: i :: tilie be was confute f.-ra eoiii.3erable time,dui ing whVh iiial l -cc-i-t| piueare 1 from the original TuiLi h II ikin : ii: PIt'. I 1'o-rYiiivl. and Oak Chair: JIa.leri.-i: and ',Wine.. I'l.tr1b''ro.: ( an-lma, and 1 I liomln/'nes. Hair Crape, iv ith it. Pain of any kind cannot exist aftsr this Ij

iY&i4 was attended bv souie.if our bet physicians. but (phyici.iti) .'f Con tiitin"po.: wl.tre it i i- tinixfi.'fd'yused. : Sewi:.:. Chr.it.>, Mi.-scs and Childitn's Itckcr S SiM-rm and AJaraaLtin.tr.viklm Stripw.CanlW Fi/il >ilk*. FrenMi ment has time to frodtK-e its effect This linm
I? they gate her n>) relief. She proc.ireJ a box of the lIe and I ChairN'uibeiv ) ( fled anJ 3Iattrai >
'WBri1M.1 Tlie tui ks hive always l ni celvbinttd f"r *>w -*, > I'-' 3 I 44 Watered do Kn-.M. h has completely trn-.mpLrtl; over all Liniments
: br w.Plaster, and it relieved her KIIflbt immediately, and! lUfectorv Ch-iir .(<*_ '..*. Kie.VinVgar I Tiikinjr, 44 Pain KJ
4 the ii. wmidciful skill in dKiijCiuncKn.; I he iieii>t l Cheese and! Plain do M'nii'g Sleeves i Collars. kill, rs ami Extractors extant and a
1i and the jvrfuuus ;
now keeps a scpply (.flt on band const.intly 'ISKKRY UOWLES.Novctnb..T : .White Ued. Ytllow and I freptwv
4 'rbe au.l; all other t"ilot aitis' '#. In Tuili-y tin* aio- it.r; n ,ed by the I'ctrs in f Jirir practice. Avt\
tact you arc at liberty U ue at you think 7i'ri! tl'f of ulJi.li l.iS53. 45 ('rn-ItI., 1/i.if and Clari Cn-en FIui.ii.-l., trial .ti itvhfuts
Z m-jttc *, I tl.! ;< bibn is eotiipr id are Handkerchiefs. will satisfy of its
; pn p r-they me substantially true. any person super!*
lJleahd and Hi Cotton
: n I ritv
nhnoxt known fied
'i .3 u.nverti.&tv and d f tle Sui'ar.
hair.JJfiict Yj.ue.
I Respectfullyours Ac.JESSE. i.?< >r : Wanted T ADIF.S Kiiil/dinilfs. Li.l Hem Sfrl IFd'kf 5.
:.i14 J. WELLS. DRY OK SALT HIDHS for !.;.! the 5u :,. Rlankct, Fapc ,
1 M > a Chafes :-
-'I- UHkiitc.t; i;i 'tat ft Until.', \\ti\\\-\ilat\ \ iirti'wl )Kt' etjrn _____ Cut., WoKuda, Splint, Spavin. Stifle
pt .rt1.J;: I.wnra cf counterfeits-aud base j to It tn-idr of it ; that! will tl. n.oie to convince, I 1 hiuin--t nwrkoi }-iL-e vi'.I pai: 1 !-v :J do/. Cuni-ti-r" Powdir, a Calio.t-, Satinetts and IysujKiii r *praiii. Film ..f the eye, WLirlb. ne of anr,Swinney juir.t.
imitations. Collars & Sleeves. ,
(J..tobt 1 5. 1 : 41 ntiu: AH IVT. Jeans.
ilirin > > StifTnm
its ailH-Ic DUtemper
r Dealers nnd \v\\ <-f \iittiis all I tlie n.I l\* itieiiKiitthi'.t c. nbe r or pasnI. ekjaw. Bi Shoolder. -

L1iL against buying of purchasers but our geuvrallv uic cautioned I publi-liod wid: tint *H may: be al l.le t.. ttt $! \ irisic Bale Rope &c. Can.lv.I Crai-It-r#, Mustard'--')' |Il'&'* Faney Tweed Casaii.l EMP.R'D I ('..liars K J>roidireJ Sleeves, BHead.; Foot Evil, Naval Gall, Snake bite*,*
any regular o'Jur
I vie they will be aiixe1 agtnt' : i* put :p in LiryJltt'tt: ( : .' at the low pi ire of Onion-. Miners. I-ice or th? stZrc of any thing.DIRECTIONS. .

le btue upon with a virtLle s-irti ij cents {vr Ix-ttlc. lliine'iib'-r: tl-j: zni'.ine ha-s theuitire nKIR *lRf>Th.-ivejut t 'ivud per S. r Yea-t Powders, ilatc.e.IaiiiCotton! Ho-e, of all 1 Ikniurt Setts of Sleeves t Collars. .-/*// JAm.-First nib well tl j

w *&$; as many. eoujtufit of this Pk.Ur ate inexistence. i; tf Cou. UckiJ: Uu-thcr ou tic ] len..ii I Iapi I.. Day.) I'Min Ni 'v OICMIS7H r.nd I I Pk-klcs, (|i-.liti u<-. part affected! with the linin.ei.t, from 3 to 6 tInts,5,

I- tr.IOi ; C< i-! i>.i- U. p '. I lo M ipriior! Siar Gentle.j.en's! Cotn H' e-e Silks, et cetera. ,day f: keeping a woolen, cover over it. In ulcers j

W REMEMBER THE l.\fl1t1I1)-"xr n IRUTFI-L AM. 1 Mile, I s'ii'iK TwinaId I IJ ALSO( ), a .. ,.- a- ort- ofaH!I fjnaiitie! ?. buins twe a hut cover. F.
; tWtjis Tbe genuine is sol J only by us nil I jvertised if LT1i'LV.-i Is a O'-ntinai! 1 '!l..t !J.ol.J bi1 !nci fu.lv J ,b; \ nunt of Iron and St.l.. A'M' !1m.lW.n.l and I GLACK Silk White Satins, ,. For rtiti-s and sore eye*, of course the paitta'ftctMf. linime.t
our B Silks Black -
: -$$ ; ? Agent through.tit the Suir.h. No Pedlar is i ili! obeyed l Iy the cliil-Jun of Lu. n. D1I. LAlJiTT..SJL'NOCOKDIAU : Stj-: < i tine TiujjK AIXX an af-rf.rtnu-tit, of C"iintrv M idi-H"! I iSaMI.ry. \ : i 1-3 applied without the cotrr.and iniaake bhijive <,
: >tve ; : ; to tell it. The geucine xvill in future ) r IV.oi.ativc Eix:! >. pi .ciil.d t.; v L<-nt 1-nrJ. eon-i.-tiu: of La..ie. bhi\vL: !;, (ilo>v.s it rup: >-> freelv it.tvrcallv.
I : )liuve the ti. "
:I' .i&i, tore of C. Tavl T, ou the bti*?] plate tii: ravcd Itbden na- as an liTvetiiol iistoia'i% e in! es.-t I f.Iil'ilitv. isi- ,.i ( ".1.;. r '-".*. I lfi.V<. 4g l5iid-S..l.i-s! :! MirtinIJomuN, 1 Wat'd i i.I Tarkton White Silk* a'd ColX151'k J-.r theA..*-*-.-Rub well 2 cr 6 tiroes a diy.ft,

,, the of or IwriMiii.-iw. and I ail iiif u'aiitif 1 f gale*. Stiriii nJDilt- Hr'n.; lilk; and Cc-l'd Hax : Iltu-ion, iffette: I without in
tnp encli Ux ; to couuterfcit Liv-b) %ill I leiioy ; < nature Siapit' . | IJroca.lt- P.l'k pa it, cover, except spavin tab*
s h 'q-4' uttd! It i all that! it jiiofr>M-s t i beiz : Natuie's 1 I.re'a'I. wound For
prt : a* iVigerr. ijie.it WLiteVat".l Distemper, rub the forehead, anuijuf
:: -. S.ul.nii DIV! CIOOD; Blonde Nett.
VI 4i .I SCOVIL rt -tuitiV. and i.-n: ,' Iy for, t1'i.i.i tlie ia ri i..1 -tlteilli KENTUCKYmu. i Sj-iiN.1, kTIItI fig ana Work into tin; nostril.Manufactured .

dMEAD.. \\i ut osf-pii'isy. It IM a ceitain! for .i I ( ; V-ij-h-e CO pU-ei tC.Hit( i.i Kar-s *, n.if Cotti n, I.
; tW: Ill Cbirtrci -tret, New Orleain, S./< (Gnnr.il ire t-en >$ialnsisicn I 15.il.Rop.... Yii ii.M Ribbons &. by T.Henderson for R.MIXOS.
I *. Agents for the Southern State" nvral &l.l I i.ity.s;!.' t, vcak&ftl1. jr--iiit.i! T.i vthcr with; i a variety I f tl.tr articles, all of \l i.hwe ] Trimmings. Price ofk rents. FvrmrTrilir Ic
\\Lrtiail, orders 4 Cotf'.ii! ,v M.t.iia: : Iloj-cs, :: 7 ?' & 4--i J Sl.wiiics, I ,
' !$Gi-! and application!) f>r aijen-K-s iui.-t be addrcfr.ed. 1 gau. .rvm.s ail"ttii'ii' *. utkviilioc.i or win'eA N.-TO HL.-.kitN .4-1 0 4 ..i1 4 C an invi ir'rttiu; tiiiJieiie!: it i k 'iju.ll.-J.: A! i. ae ..rtai.i -iu tIe eitv. hEIR it UL'ST. 1J Tatfrtji it Satin /'It W..rted.. I for the Stuff-* of (Georgia, Alabama and Florida.

.. A THING OF 1JEAUTY. IS A JOY roilCVEK."Wlir retnvJy f-r lucijiviit eoiM.niti.iii] I mdi etin.. ( 1 Sad-ilo: >lllaiikitii ('h-rtaw Litien :>l.n tiijf. _Oet..ber 15, IoV). U Velvet, ftpt Hell; W..r-ted I I I5ndinir*. I B A UNA RD. Tallahassee ; JOIIX JOKDAN. Quinsy I

will peop'e eii'Iura the !l.i finu-onl.T .l.v.iea1 M.-V Mr: >- bilk! 1'iaid I- tf.I. hit .t 1 Col'd Ifc.bbini HINDS I I
pirrplcs on "bum.in < eiicy.: latitn.ifft.>i.i!>- : Wi.it.Cor.hitillc : -* > < it DICKINSON, BaiulriJca ABELL V
i'J..ii ;
fcice divlno. pf! e t!..' f-n Hats & Cap.i.7K \ Lire bilk Fringes, Snake Cord & Tapes. GRIFFIN, Apalachicola.
: :: 1 4 r.i: ] -, !1 1lo
.j fawt so well kn'iwu! thit: Dr. (tursitt'd V.1iw! D"ckni z.j M-r in any) 4.1 the alcove co.'npl.ii:>!':, tnd i* of piiivJe : 39 TESTIMONIALS.
I 4 I H.MVV lied I.irun D-inb-irT) I- : are- 't-t n ; I 4 SarspiiriJIa. coai; > the Mn from val se't iJii'tejtr!
e a'.l i .'pisjitr. 'ul ii 'iiig. % Gloves & Mitts.
; .
% fumi New \oik hih Ii. ill C ijI
J Wh.tn.-y s 's > ; Union Parish La Oct.
.r Wyonsii.. .s.iti.s] 20.1530.
; removinj Phuples. Sore*. n, 1 Hl-.tehe. lejvinz ib I'AVTJON K-iiiA.-FinJ tL name 'f C'H'Sto.k ,tRivtlicr t: ;
a3eetel Cst M.u'ilnr.i! Stiip 1 I <'; .1: Plai.N I Putnatn I-- llllli: ,t Kl'isT. .-'? T ADICS asVd and colored! IHd Glove; *, DEAR SIR,- I nm greatly uprated to giving te ti-
pait* a? heaiihy. sa: >..tb aiid e. ft a* ih<'llo !Li i]>i>- T I tifC'r ( ui it i.iiV-; youht ? :f.
Wi i ( V-tol-or 1 15. I 1F.-.3.; 41 i.i'j' 'a m r.uials in said
Chaniorav MiiH bilk cures to be
E. /
pfababc. It i is : : [ >, rs Iro.! Diill, performed by patent med-
i cully ] I tv.v beauty of cIjildliH d I J t'flte.: Avcid the cvLitefcit i.i. t.'U '. ('oii.m'l I I'l.iJ JJiMN.iu'iA'M" ; : Manufactured Tobacco. t.._. Li :.-: ioineR -* ; but in the caae of Mr. Bojenian, who used

j It canoes nil and v'-i r Ai.| -. n Che'L., a. Ci'-Iflifr: our Nerve nnd Bone Linin.ent rn a long standing ol-
; >rc* wo'inJ I'e
t di < lS fl.
I .
4Z charge all infected unttcr, hiid jH/iMonous cra.iie.itM 1iu(; ECHOES IIONDl'ItAS SAKSAPAHILLA! V,":e R.x.c! a. (Cir'i: II'ST iiciiVIN(5: : : ( ; from i'-o' ) t :J.M l .x<- ..f fr; Bwk: C ir.tlitts: .- 3"re lag. I am compelled in common honesty,

nifiom thi (vfitem. cvtry i.-jj-u-; EXTRACT, For the ruie of tho-e disoa-is! :.n-i: 'd, V,'. r'Jalni: -' I' qiairiiVir! ii.ia .Manif.i'-ti.red: T< Knv... .!:r. i-t 'a lfk; Sli.k ilis; ti> i/.ake attear&tion to the merits gcchan invaluau! *
I Plain ir. Is the :Miii.n-ttnrr.t : vhi-li! will Iv sold! I a Wor. ted ** rnedlcine. I am the more anxious
Linay, L.-ht to do
It dws its the ;>e by rtiis. as th.
from state f b.io-i.
; n-vt ; rn'.l'.r. bt;: -ctaaly.(! ci i'u an impute < as S.-r. tt.la.,
J : i f3i: -i'ii P.H/.O, ] in.-ure inl Not -<, pavabl1t fApril Ot"L'-r 9. lSZ :, 4Z person was a patient of my on. end previously t >
ie iu beauty a'ii 1/ooiiiiic bc.iltb! iu tie of: ftuMwrn ulcer Lii: iise-tL- jh.jil. s on the :.!< .-.
place f flr-iwn fsla-j-o-; .' I'mk. in-xt. S. !. j.t \ !..- il --ir.-.l. ,i!.{; rotrjw'tIy named "heal all" his
.. ;: t t1gii1e and ejul kickoiiinIN fita: tie in i i.Ltt hit s uii 1 .unp.iniN.!: .;. Ac. As n "n's-- Siip ve rj, in-tra", utij) .s r. % -vir < uu on leg.he hid
I. ._#. a! t''tnc iitnl tiifit i'rutvi't j't'f'tt- ,n it i- ii.i.u:1.,/. '.Vhi'.e Pom. Fl.mi.-I, (.*r< .n"Tu.v-.ls r\c4.rt.[ Nov :.. 1 :.::. 1 ft$ I ANLD.)[ Fresh Rice.p'p -'t i ail I rfii.i-lics u ially: adopted in such cases. lai

c.;! CALLING ATTENTION TO DR. GfYSOTTS: This niedi.-iuir /* l1i <:J'rtJ 1 ** a ei.re for :tli'i i : .-a.-- V',n.l (5-ld Modal wirciiis, CLOCKS, AND JEWELItY.4 .- .) ltlI.$ n-w rnn.Ii: : Prirr.f Kice.: f .r sa.fJ'J Ie ?I. .rt t'me after uiujj your liniment, he was perfeet..

i Improved Extract of Yellow: Dock and Siue pirill.i.: I es. but iiKTely A r tj! nnedty! cute.L His leg is now as sounds

: we feel confident tint we arc il .i'i; a service to all j It ic.>:i.jiae < f ifnE 1: -t i- -IRXAI-AKIU. CUMbine t'.tl. t I'll J. J" l',3, 1 1.>.I| .'. Or.u.-- I'srjfln. TOV/LE & MYERSA t-n. M-N A TC;HT ,t O2.OD.Newp.rt. ever it was. Tr.. &c. B. B. WEST. X. D.

.': T1: : who may be {.Qirted: with Ser-.fil-'us anl.-tlifr L iliordcr -- l 1 w ith! utlur puiely :i-ub.V MiL--iv,. if f ak.io.vledjcd -- F.\: ''' -ir "" T i.M (CuzeJdf..rd A : now r.H-t-ixin nnd have Decen.Li-r 3. 1553. 4S TO THE PUBLIC.Farmrrville .
oriyuati'i ii Jieri.lilnry taint or 'n.ui iipuiltycf : ttr.ej.ey: and is tia-nf..c'i.r.'J wit!. t.c! !; .' 'a Li.;, n <>., ;,.. A"d' th ir I'aM Mipf.lv of Union Farirh. La., Ifarch I S. 183!.

the blft.kl.e hjtve known, instances witL: the 7r ( C :re, every ]p.itt..I: of t'.e' >' : tJ.:41; ;It: Ini;, It-.l ]I: 1 1 fn.it.i.a ;tsJI-) i, to which th-y would r-: Insolvent Estate Notice. T.' tl.- LMitr* if the New Orleans Delta:

1. -. phereof int t = :
I ..* ) f..rn.iJ4i'E t'i-i'j: .. Ifl( :r'.h 1.t !.' !"ptctfi.ly! oil the .itt. ;ntion r.f tl.) f pi.tlic": STATE OF FLORIDA. ) your J41?-
,I dikternperi )have been cuie-1 bv the t>e iKii'a-Ctitalntd I bi-f. rel.-eii.:? i:- -1 ; a-i: 1 it i-Mttaiif t !:: llold Hun:!.! Li-\er T.-liia ('ill, to t-.xpres to the public voluntarily our sense .f
by .1 ifrr. C -. It
.d : Extract of Yc-ll 1e- times inu.h Pule I II I .t tkvi.i.t Ilk (G'n Jean 1 i CaL!: .. .; tittv. t<>- : ) the value ,
Drid Sar; 'iiui'Ia; : al ut. ten) as i >ndur.is: Saiaaiiariila asaniveeu \ : E.i: I). .T.hruf.n >f onf of th* greatest iis-overies! .f the age,
I :, It is . r w!l S. a a. DANIEL: T. LINCO.; SI friffandx- fEeioadmir-; viz : DU. !. IUNDEKSON'S'mie tni .BwsiLie '

.# : b stigmatised: with qu.v.-kery f-rtLe Y Ilow '.
, 1'1 ii. Dock," tff \ the S.irf:apiirtlla"i.iv wel! kniwn t > beth to give t.' the public a '! !: im.- \xi.i.-n em J.t- "FALL"AND"WINTEH (Col; .i I Hi.tinj n L--M ) An.d.-"!. D, I -. I C ;urv. c.-i-cil. ha this .lav tied! in th.- Pt.'.- Although: v.are not advocates oftbelctt ofp -
MEW rs, iv.t. Co .
most eflieiou* (and at the! #-\inc tia.e m.xi'a i iJt-jiende.1 up-'ii t-j d.' 1"r tlithi (fi'i tl < l.i <.f .li.. .;-,(-, GOODS, .. .. : "* l.y.. I l.atf: i.jlVe .,f -i-l I e .Ut.tY .1 virittfn i-_' ''-tioii that !I... teiit (jL.:.(: meflii-ir.e* whicli uow flood the eorntrys>

t .; gents in the wbe 1 Miteiii Medioa. aui.l 1 bv far the tit whijh it 2s ail.ij.tf.1)) all lit! I ;.-itan) .Li; :.n.| r I 'HI"1 I l un _'!,<- 11.t"t t" a-: ;..-:.it-e t'b his <-t-.j-; ( Wistrliof f all j C'lujN-r it C. ItlitxftlW E-ti.te: i f h.iiii Jihu N. Partridge, deceased. think i: tut an act of sheer justk* to the inventor nd

T :,. Lot and pnr rt p. ;pirutioiif tLeiu i is Dr. Guys >tt'bDjck Cot.C lent tL.t we h.i\c-d"iie so, V.B K'.ive i; to tI! <. i KI.-I-i.-i 1 ti... ] el-tl-'j! .. I I.-i'-; i-s. ..it-e.I: I l.\.- -r I H'sntii'v: !. ? r..
14 Te1Lv and: Satsapanlla.SCOYIL. y.(.,J tout:it
t p A MHAD. ,1'i'z'raci'iftltt? jT'ii: u' \i.V. \< J-I; A;' UII \ and I r: SUI-IIH, vrii-i I -sii:, i < !i.u! -t .i--'iiti: >i< t.t of Wat.'he-.. and ll..ibc-! :M.ti.il.t'lmk: t-Iiij>* :ar.tiis.taid: ->tit; t<> appear ar. t file tli* sao.e eu.e. [and which Lave b4fl atttsted by comerous veritab'tr -

; -.j. Ill Chartres etiett. New Oileans.e t4 n ) s.2PLi )r/l'Kg /'.-,'ra.-'x .f a u'. h'-l-t rn ( .' M >I D.S) ; i v.r 1 r.ii'irht t-' ii.!< i.nl..t. a'lf' wh'.c'i' ukii1 -" with thf Ji.Iji.f Pf Late t f; r >ai.l I 1-ouii.y. on or Lei i iirat-t-s.J to say that. used internally, it is rut

; ; p e-; General Agents for' the Soutln-ni! Sta'i. S :riPI iril., nr,- .' .1.! !. Th-ti) be not .lt-<- iv.,1] 1.; I < n I t I..- n <>-' n aii ib\- Itri'I I f-.r C'i< .1. Jiu ii.r.: /. re the Hth d..v \>i Felru.irv n.- xt.TllO ..ftLe U--t nedicn>f>"fi'rdi en. est-f the lungs and

.'$ ,' ; to whom all otdcik ia-jt be ad Iresee I AH! i>ol-i by It he '.i;! !.'.t bf 11 d- !d I !bv :.uv h-ni-- ii: 'i.isItv.. Fii"- n.l! Ch-i-Lii! Chains Br.i.--M.; .. f.o CTH'', >. J CHASE.JM fr. n. l-.r? c-fservafirn. kcow it is tie bt remedy .x.

D. fl. Atiics, 7' i Co.. E. JUn/ard Jr, TallaNewpoit 'L- un 1 you' \\i'l I l.e uvuded: ] bv a cjtik :.n t.I i i.vv et e. Nv-u.bt r .'.. J S jt.: II D '. V'II.
: bfiasee A. H. Wi1n, Sataud' Pul"'ton. TO TIIE L.'tDI-Y.'i! wh.. wi-ha. U.ftf,.! : I B'iti'i-. :vi I P'ii! -.r RL'I,_ I Cctiil.-n.i-n'i (;..!.l t 31 tv 14. l s:3. 19 Vm. tt ,ti-so.t-s fr hich it U adveitbed.!

'. : lluiitkcllu. John P. JoRojeis. dan :d-! ;. t i-rkli-; *. a: ii Dr. 31.! D, Mayeit ?tim -nial ill further eenvnirennv

I : ChattaiKXR-iiie, li.tltivll[ A 1)ii.-.Mji.! Mirianna.nJ we s: y, abairitn th.-ure .f i j paiiit an 1 iu\tir! : <--, : -.mi Hh.-v" :ik.: !!\-y-' C..1( 1 Thi.UC.I: } ( ; .I IVa :.nl 1 I'-Ii'il C..M .. Notice. I1 a ne of its screrioritv in the cire of G-nstrnptior

.. ':, W. S. Bell 4 t Co, e, Ga U a-il iir-e the ,llriu; '.' (',,.. r. 's llon-l j.-n, irajutilLi.It : O i PI I.&ii I hi./r.-h: } TIM.I '!, I Pi.-k-s, f;..! 1 i\ i-i. C.i: i an 1 >ihr Sct{ d .,'. OIX. rwrtLs! after ila>. the uri'Ier-rrnr-d adnliiiftrav T'M.' HAND Sheriff, C.T. BAI'.TON. Clerk.

; s1 *.._. iIe&a. I boauthifn: the complexion by ,u-.i<.* iii .. rv parti'.e F.i-Mtre' *,id Marw-iline Silks, I ) cil/V F.v.-i;:" I 'lv.r! S.M-cr.-;. -. ihtr Mil I iVr.rlC t tr .f tI'..- E tat rf Alexander H.Ir.J [ (defea- d.! ELLIS. Recorder: S. C. DAVIS. At'ses'oi.!

: uV. S. 1S53. 45 4n-'w <'f i.u>i Lid or d: e.iM-d i.attcr fii-i.i tj] "bl .. !. SlU. '! ;.1". (.ii--l' '!) ..- I C >' -.. Silt! r an'1 I Inlaid I I Port.il.. n-i.-:, |Ufj;.,rt !.ite <'t C.l-: .i'ii Coi.i.ty, Florida! will pr -- nt hfi..al? X. $I. BiVAN, W. CULVEKIJOU5E.it.t.IL .

niakiit: it. ]-nif, Jitull'. y an 1 r.-/" .*, and <:L.iZifl.!; .1Ii, W oift..l l: r.i.je: 1 II"r! -. P.IKPp:. r X.--u J..- I)..-}..'. I l'.r: Folios! .nj.l i-i-<-ou'.i nt.Jo.c; !,. r< fi> the II..n. Juiige i.f l'ruhute of J. W.HU1HNANCE, IMIUTIINANCE. IB.SL .

4i4Ii; ,Charabers.Chri the yillnw and duik cvv.jtiLat.e: to tLu bluoiu siiJfrcshnes l-r.i'e! h. .l i -, AlbinFliw.r! Va-; .--, TIM '1 1r.&v s (Cira; >ido! "i. 1 Parr said Count and ask to be tlLih.iririd.GEOIICC Engineer

t5aa Strong, | of you'.b.L 11.-i I: niii L-i---i. '. //.i"irtrd! ( I,- and I Pa1Lim! ; ., C1..1--; ai: 1 ('l.iinn-y-*, I'ca- : A. IISptrmKir i f. R. BRYAN. P. PAYNE.

tjt M.Christopher V Eili; Ac liViAt This mciJIineiput"j i >inlarir' l jtt' -eow f wLich, Pla'n.I Ci.-.k.-.| -,.i i-ii.rel" I I'-ti'-i; I'r I ICt .- *. t'tir C'lii-t.'i"!; T.ibii- MatP.Nk.-t Coniri.Sur{ 10. I3. S5 6m February Iii, 1123.DE. 7 lr
... ..
: B. Strong ) IN MUTLE, i i- r-ftt-Jt t>> *' 'jf null I't'itr tirr mini'. k I Li. i- h. : i. i v.-k'or-' Chairi.ic Fit-id I Ci'inpa '*t House, Tea, aud ------ ----------- ---- ---- -- -_ -

' :dP .. rf HC bill bfitr: filed iti thu case, and! pr cf hn-.in? CAUIJON-IIu I thnaii.e) of Cr.at.t.k .' Hro'h! Slii _,I It I Hand Bell-; Notice. i. aOW }1E1DERSON,

JL l,?en tna-Ii* IK fore me that ai J >lef<-nda.t: nisouttf on tlie vr7.Ir.\ undyouviil get the guuiu tkure/.- Sti.i t | alI C -'l.-d P' r.s; Cloth*. -n.vr.K! .% NI) ri.\Ti: ) AVAKI:. the rru' t successful. seeuLif'm practitioner of
1 I lond-ira. (.'a-1 ', -oi-l Mi it.. morths afrcr <:atr -hall rTe fiit final a C- \
-Stateof Floii-la: 11 irJq. d.that a l.c.uiig : S.r.iiniii.i.A'.l r i IT*, Hilfi-r TJ.I! I). --'rt, an..i S -oiiButter, SIX my tl t. western country for the cure ( f any kind *r
order* inii-t },.> drteteil: I. Opfia FI-n.ti. and vouchi-r ti> th.- ll'noratlJuire! of vit Serof
to I pfChroMcdHeares. to Cancer.
CAM-STOCK character
: be
JI : : ha ] 0:1 the fcta ch.itg<-d in iai-1 bill mi th* .1 tiMouJay M'IUI- :\u\ 1 :-th-r, I '-;( -. Pl.i'o.1 I TIM S.tBiJu-'... :
: i:; :..I in Match iii-xt, at tho C 'iit IIon i-i Tallahassee : HlOTIIii! : :>. No. 2t.f P. t.-r's Pl:. (uj.rf Atr ( it .-ki1 1 M 1 Plji 1 (*!..akia;, Ci-i--t l"nFIIIT >t.n.l-. \Vait.-r-;. B.itt.-r :I>i-hi. P rt.h.at. t>f Jitfrr*.it C..ntv, a i. a-uor i-f the la-t ua, Futi us. Serriwus Ulcrrution. Polypus. aed CuUtnnro'.w -
., ll ua.New Yojk. ice I.-.h..!. C ths, it..II < will and trtamit of ( W. JJlin'H, late < (JrfKn
) Pi jl bottle fix : ff-t'rge1 of of the body togfther -
t' that Lii fwrtior.
; pro\3ded a copy of t Maori- be j puhli h<-din JKT or ttK and I Cand'e! Si.kSil.er Plate-i ForkTable I De,- eruptions any
1. 1 !.:: some uewpjj of thi-> State for the -jmce of thrm f-r 5. ert. an I Ti-a f, Count. ( C.IeiI. and ai-k t-r a di-rni k-u with all manner of Chronic F'ireases or General) IVlility
ii-; Sold oily: in Tal.ihn-s"f! 1 KDWAIIH I It I.>'ilu7.iii I < r. and I Aljace.u, (ns.ott ted iron, my txttut.ir-hill.{ LLOYD SKANNAI ami Coi..tiutionJ. also taOroli -
; .. 'iiths, at least btfoie the !.- ];..!r.---d!! I fSnn; *. Shot P.>in-hc< and Drraiigen.cr.t;
c .' ), JohnM-n .t M-t.tic--l! 31'1-IIn-! (ii i-< Itedj by i iila attorney in f..ct. WM. BJ.DD. l lJt.erta.n wi-ll seeretdweswsof
; hearing. WAYLIIS:; LAKLli, Ju jge. LpjK-o, '. II S.-ixa Pow !.T Fla-k. Elicit-: (Cap; *. C'm; Wad. Cleanini t. Aurist. as as a practitioner en
} Ir. Thoiiiis\iile. I 1). J. Di.kcuaou 'JluUt i I Ctii'h. '-.r County, Fla,. October 15, I3. 41 6m Also tie
and aul those to rolysuecesoful
LambiM.je ,
Attest:-Ht'cu ARCUEE. Cltik, by oue R.hl-, (tan Table) 'utl.-rv, with or without Pork-. Carr men peculiar wixaaa.
t.si.l., ---------------- --- --- -
Dec.) 24! IfcSS. CmOl Uy JOHN R. LLOVD, D. C. man in eviry tonn. (aborted) -rfine j"I;.-t Cuti-ry! ot f all !i.eriri..na. tine eurer of Consunj'tion., and all the mis r

---_ _ __ _- October l"5, lc.3. 41 towly I'ancv Pii-ii*. i l ; i' AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO.F'lIE Pulmonary Diseases. Can be consulted by letter tin
Twilln! c--' r> ai.< >hiirWalking: ('at, Aoi.rdian-. I
Notice. : i-i Iltt";. YnilinViohn PMI\V-I Viol-n ai.d I CuitarStrinir I ; r uridt-i-igritd.! Atront of ihe alnive Company.L person at Fort Gaines. Ceo.
Land Ciin; l.-ii.m.! (:a--orte>i I). C. WILSON TESTIMONIALS.LocIvILLr. .
ir Bounty Warrants ; t I Ua/or., Ua/or I I.it'a will receive aj'plu-ation fi-r and! make instirm'-e
clr.in.s : Strop-, .n Extract*. <\>- -
ALL persons having cgain't tin) ef.a, l i:;. 41] Ky. August 7, j54.Pr. .
"OOUGHT nt the ; ? l lo Laii-iii'ir Blown: Wmd-or and Yankee :i .-.i-t Ios liy Fire. n Brick and Frame Buildings
4. I Ji? L. Thompson, ik-eeased, late of Lr-ou' j) fity'itit jricc, and procured >; iif. Shavin Henderson, I must say contrary to all expertticn *-
;i O.unty, will pie eut them ti the uni.1 rsigned Admiu ft 1J for; Jhotuho li.ue not' IHII ab'e' totab: j Hats and Caps.A :. SIMP; *. ()ct.l.ur :;o, 1 is.i-j. 4:; Furnituri-, Merchandize, tc. Lave completely cured tater of the Oncer -
I B. C. LEWN.Gadsden you my
2' 1 5S. 4
s 1 li-h tlieir claiuitt. If I January
I have r.-ccjt.-il 1 ._
iktratJr withai the tune pi wribt-d by law r they wil I any; n ic. [ IIK NAILE; imp. M-I! ,KU: Jlats. rur1iuri COTTONiNS.ET. of her breast, and Mrs. C of the Polyp
be bancii and all indebted tosnid sinoiiiit I than; tlj.\v were ftititlcd, I to, 1-t in.- know it.- ..
; c&tate are rc'juc 4. St.pi i ir of the nose the other directirns in the various tresfment -
: $1 Having had fuit'c'i TAV1.0H t' (. O.. Propnetor-oi'lIieCo-; I Circuit Court.
Ud to make i-ji-iK-diatrlv.? 1 years cxj'.i' < in the pifu-
payment Blackim -r tioti anil bftUJn of(;fovciniiieiitcl.iinio .. I IIII'.OI.' Cot ton' Jin (.. ,,rvhaethe-jf-t say
I !
JACOB ELIOT, Adraini tiator. ; : nn..itn: 1 Ik8vtjcarir.diu! George N. Heir it James S. Host, } BILL thirg I have ever met wilh in 25 investij
jj.z th and I meanof vttin i-jcioi| li>..iiiuuicito:, t lhir pattui.JR J the Plan.teim.iirah my years
t I through !
; Due.24
St3. 6w 51 ways t )J ) tbrotislmnt I the I'oitou trf.MiLr i n41011 -
Drparii.unts at ton. I I
gave in William A. J.
inv OJUrhia-h: 'a Wrigl.L ) Mortgage. Yours, Respectfully. T. A. hOBBS 3f.IXI
p;--f"-i..n nfordvid..-ne <.1 t "; ari-d I lo-.ujij>K any i.un.bti ;
(\i-m.iioie soft appearing to the Court by affidavit made in ti! is FARMEUVILLE. L.*. November 18.183L
CI.NS.Vberi I
Notice. I b.inia, 120 (Jer i:i, ln-ei.lu South Can-bni an.l ot t tbeirci-Irlirjtc-I! 1'nK.MifM JT
V/.1 .. C.IUMthat the' above named defrndaiitn-siiles Dr. Henderson, the medicii.e prepared ior
ril it vvoult ; i fj
\ the (Jii.s luvehn-ii ; !
ilu'-fer! Uo'lsof I >f ) onceu
I HEREBY give notice that at the expirationof !ict-ee puiriis Lnirriijcd in the I'loiiJit. 1)r1, qr er' xi a deemed jrlor I thr Man'itactinei- to 'J\ of the State or Florida, but in the United SPates | mother iu 1 pw. Mrs.Hendrivks, il i i Cancer in the lnfti
; War. I Jf t have ( .e miner< *
six wtcks Ii f>ni this da'e I chull apj.ly to the! you any juatli r Mi-tT iVn-ion 01I'ounty IVarl h. ft a It i Ordn J. That the -aid iletVnt'ant di> i li succeeded, and I feel no hesitancy in sajinf 4 ii*
word Ih leil I cuiit'uli-nt {
t lavi.r I hey I liitiii.ichim
4 n it ir u> -
-4Ii"; : J Land Ciaima: call in. Xo
; CommWionir of Pcn>ioii fir the) eliarfr; \ if I obtain aip'.e..
; of liountv *-
t ('a-uIserc 'a liavc been brought t- "ncl, that aii Land Warrant .'l,. 2-l't5, f-r 40 MCI'IF, i-n.e.1: to n.:-- uo i !ii'iiieV. C. I H. IlL( }OI). 1)rhla l Mr>l. -kmBo a I lln-ir >erti rnuiic<* \\ill i I I rtcoi.rr.eutt peiU'ction.ltl.i-ii i v.ithin four niodths frtiu the date i-f the pubbcati. n '.f in the western country and atqnainted Vithti*
v.r.iz N. H. lVr' with tiled bii'-in. I'liit-rior | >
nuder the act ( Si-pten.bi-r 2Mb lb >0, for irti.ii in! on tii'M cou')<- ledilh \ H a' in I i.tVre.e. I toallotl.er 1 (Jin-iiiow t in I n-f Foi th I,* t his riar. otht-rwice the mi.I bill u ill l>e taken for I I Scientific Practitioners, yon are the very best ci
: he late otabHihnieiit) |
the }14riLlr.. under C.ijt. Padget, and which baid \\ No\emti-r are also invited t to call. J:>.iri-'i! Pr-ib !Uarr-r ..iti-lactinn.it, tlu..r who h.i- i.ol n-tillhr I I (CM.ami ;i Ip.p.. < r.u-s-i'd: : Pros jtIad.'Iliat a copvof thisordei be pul>- Chronic Diseases I ever met with or read after.
4PA'. : warrant wan stolen fiom u.e iu October If5ilOSKS !. 5. lS.r>::. 44 fitn 44 M.D.Ntw'OaLEAXS
j : \V.l I' .Irt- tiiat i..i -inii'il \\ ii I. I ll.eir rt-putdtu-n.tl.i- Pio- l Ii-Lcd in s.-n.e r.ews-paptr[ publis-l.cd in TallaliL ee Yours, Respect fully. B. B. WEST,

/fenftft' DANIEL. : C.i'-iin-M\ l.w-k! and ..JrCJu'driiiV {nit-li r- ni-t-il tinlj sa\that I t he 1 Fiii'-T Pniniiiniliave oi.ee a ( e-k ft-r the spie I t four ,months. LA., August '7, 183!.

/ _Abrabanjtown, Dec 31, 1F58. fi2 6vAdministrator's Hamilton County Sheriff's Sale. IM av. ri and f.-atlieiu, ) l tit-tii> a'SJI d-tl! t tit t thi-i'i Ifi the II!l.T l CIN I exhibited j. WAYLLS BAKER: JuJg- Dear Sir: Your medicines and directions 5a tioases

14j k'4 ft ] ") Yiitue <;fa wiit "f iiti ''facia, i is.ul.I fiom th,- H.Mvy: iw.I! |lh fy, ;,oeS at thr I nr at'Lile Pair held at A" iarilJ.C.'i r- AT CIIAMCEE--, Octobor 11, 1S53. 45 4m of Ulcers Jte.. tc., have all severally been sueces.fully -

Sale. 3 Clerks Oflkv of, the Cm-nit C-.uit of ti..- County Gout* an I Bi.vs* cloth! cap** ( aia ; :,No, at I tlu' Alabama ami, Ceorm.;, A len Ititi al tried bv me, and I find them entirely eati>
; fcV ON Monday, the f.ih% day of IVbruary next, will 1 be <<- Middle Circuit of Florida.IN f.,eta.rv. and believe yoUr syftom better than uj

iK/.5 before be Court 1I'ue dour inTalh,lni-M<% I'uc Shiiera H tlt-f n.aiit! I have l.-vi.-) ujt< n ainl lien anil rwV glazed H i-nnl: I't'.r: of thi* Sciiih, Can-Inn I lnMitnle.! at with which I have ever come across.

-M .. at public outcry, the folio win jj real ettatc of Violet will -sj>o-e( for sal'- on the lir4 ilonday in I' bniary L'xtI.r' Ch nlton.. 'I ho (' Ifoii mnncit i on i tlin-f Cinrciifil LEON CIRCUIT COURT. Yours, Respectfully. T. C. MeFABLDf. M. D-

: ,i. Ilarri deeeas, tu-w it : next, l l-ctwetn 1 1. gal l.uur. bfoi- tb.- C .urt Hou--I ; Nov. 5. I'.JS. 44 1). C. WILSON. ...i t tin* fit Picnii-ur.! at t t t-xhibiiion I I telil! in Joseph B. Batcht-Ior, ToSpg.Term 1S53. Attachineut : Any amount of testimonials can be seen by calliif

fP 4 Lots No?. IS, 1C. 47, 49, fl. 53, .14,50. nnd part of dour I in thi! town of Jafcpc r, the fcllmtiiig de-bribed --- CI.irl.t.n.'i.I, i'r.'Iiri.i! ;a iti. ..i <-\-r\ l'jir\\l>enaiiij. VI.J.nnes in Debt.) Amount on the undersigned, he flatters himself in possewkiof

4r'&i Lot No. 4S. iu the N. W. addition >4| the City of TalJa-1 I' 1 Ly tOvtI : Adminislrator'a Sale! ;.| -- -t t Cotton In.m I thri.i luvt" beii, chititiii.Tlif 1.t 1. ; II. Braiich & ( sworn to SltrJt! 00.Jt a decided knowledge ari.'ing from ten years close
t I.j f1' .4. llas ee. AlL"t* \I Ob, ""si. VO, 1J3( and IM, in the he .S W 4 and the W A of, the S K 4 Sec J IS. T 2. the 7th t P, ''i>,ii it I' i> ha\- in; th.-ir !jm-. i-i-oii| numcriiit. >- -| Ii Branch. J practice observation and experience iu the West and

S. i of of the County 4 addition of the rity of Ta'.laLasec. R 1 1, N it.l 1 K, k.-r<.. Cn.I.t I.- f PHE Def.'inl.int: and all others will take notice ofJ tlu' Hospitals of Xew Orleans. His system, gives but

R. A. SHINE, Adm'r. Levied upon as the jnoju-rty 'f i.a.LI .leftii1.atit, and c.-i <-da'l the ,.f. \V in. i'iunup'| on, d- tni-oiion M.-rfljTit t! : I-, and, d.iiiiitaclnrrr.-, <'t( Cot r'-S' the in.-titi.tii iM'f' thu above suit by attacbn.ciit, a little pain and seldom ever uses the knife, and -wbrt

January 7.185 J. 1 5t to be sold to Kati-fv s'uiI writ offi.-ri facias: a.-eordiii1:g *-, 4'.Ii. ltiti .puUhalile,.f muK-H J prop li (.tv." b.oii"iir't! eiid rvtat Coo.t, .le-Milxisn I i ; t hat I lln> |n-rniinai.r! .- o.t! I the fii'i*. nnd are l.i-nly notified to appear ami" plead to I the compelled only to a limited extent, remedies soutfcant
a-i. 1 fd.T( !
to law. JAMES N. h..g4, c"rn, .md th.' \\i\ i instead of irritating.
I1LNDUV, Shciiif. an-1 4th.I ailn-lo.of t .. I 'ttt1)i- proihic.i i th.-in.catii.ol; be txCcllid [ ilcvlaratii'ii! Mtvrdiijsr; t. tl.i- rules i.f the court.
1 r ,
a -.|
IHi ,, At
Administrator's Sale. Decembers, ], Ib53. 52 M* atlire. bv :..nCin I i'Vi-r inaiinlartisreil 'HUCli; ARCHER, Jr, Clerk. REFERENCES.
will Uhiiel
t '1 LL be old on Jlonda t he Cth day of February tame LUCY tie I.--JI.H, ,. ,.f i.iI; (-f.ite. All oidt>i > for Ciii--sr.ven i ; i-ilher i :.> onr trnvellliiL i; i Nov mbrr26, 1S53. 47 Sui Gor. JOSXPH WALKER, Ex-Gor. ISAAC Jomr ojr.
.1 THOMPSON Adui'r.Jaimarv. .
Hardware. bx-al I W. DOWNS. P. SOCLI, U. S. Senators from La.
or :\Z4'III$, iii l.iruitrt'ed; I lollii I I'toprietor* l \ --- ---- HON. S.
by order of tic Hon. Ju Jge of I'rolwte ,
7.; lfi.M I
1Administrator's nmU.will i I I a.ilvvarec! -i sI- P1)It1Iil at I elil ion. Ciii(;-I Professors vSroxE HARBISON, HESTEB. of N. O.; DnvCABTRIBHT
Ouu lialf ink-rot in lot Xo.1:S;, NOI theast addition itlLL I SAWS, Srn-wn. Hrads and Tackfi ? NEW
will I bent
& of city of TallalinsM't lAl.mKin I" the estate of T. W.W' I1&b WI!l WlKtN, Sale.ON to anp.irl I the rountix i and \\ arr.intid and TehuantepecNOW ,
: tofive sati-l irliou.JOS. Per Gen. Wihwn, J. G. Anlrson, February 19. 1S5L 7 ly
J.4 llama. JOHN 1 J. KOWLIIS, Adoiiniotnitor. I Handsaws I assorted' F'atu< v Hdlows! Monday, tins f.tli: day of bniary next. will be ) L UJITO.V, Ascnt, TujIaia.'t'Chuimii LANDING. -
January 7,1 854. 4t 1 Haw kniv< s, Smilii'is J5i-lo\v8! "ld I i U-5'ore the Notice.
Coi.rtH I I.>tc iI| ") "iii IVilali.u "*'**,
__ ____________ Planea r ('ia March 20, |I-3. 1 u 1 | IlK Sr.lisciiUtT i.iuw reti ing part of hi-* GENERAL :
-- -;--- Carpt'titerV ass. Kniio and J'Viks, at oi.tciy: the N.nth, I ; ..f J .t Xo. $5, in 1 the I'i T GOODS Months after date, I shall present my find**

Administrator's Sale.ON Spiiit Li \els, iSoxwool I Rult, oii-inal: |.!..n of the) city of T.liab-ee, beloiyiiy to CROCKERY% GLASS and STONE WARIX : FALL &UPPLY of ALL reinireil SIX and vouchers to the Honorable Judge ol

? 1r:1 ; Tuc* lay the 7th day of February next will) be Wieneliei. Ottir s-nd Muskrat Traps, the i-btateof John (!. Pa.hi.-k. ..JitviscdIIALKY V__' for .a'a! low by, hEIR i Ul'ST.OetolxT J.-r tl.i- maik.t) an.I CiMnl-theiounfryg.nerally.comI'lr.uii CrocfctrSaddlery! -, Probate for Jefferson County, aa executrix of ViVlimi
AXOH and! IIaU'het I 1
at the plantation, ot Wrn.Thompson, l lc ised. Shears and Sri-mM, I I T. BLOCKIIU, A.'lmini-trator. 15. 1853. 41 ; : FANCY GOODS.; NF.C.RO(; CLOTIHNG. h C5. Clark late of said County, deceased and ssjt
r 1'i uiniii & Tenant Saws jHii.7. l.s.r, It..t.* aIil, Sh. .
Coin.i JJosowood j.
; (! lul
4 the of Wm. L. aug<> j for dismission from ailiniDi'stration of the S$
perishable pn-jx-itv Tlwinpson, Jec'd. JJciifh and Hand! Viec-s _-- BLANKETS. GKOCKRIKS.: : In n andSt.-el. a mv
4Lf At the time will be bireil for the I PatuA AiKPulll& ( 's Fjrtate. EMILY CLA RK, Executrix,
.' same scar, tw o negro I Plate Mid Rim Locks 1'lltft and K .. Metallic Burial Cases.r wynne (Ccntrifupral Punip PROVISIONS, FURNITURIBAGGING; HOPE
: >
said | H. November 6 1853. 6m
men belonging to e Ute. JACOB ELIOT. Jetfe At on County. __
; I Padlovkn, An tiri and {jimlc-ts, rj'IIREE FOirUTHS ,,flle FIRST COST a nil and TWINE.
: $; EL January, 7, 1654. tf 1 ChiMU l and .1.. large Prices low to suit the time ;
Ooiiges, St<- d Stjnaied, btiniM ai.iuiully fitr repairs: savi-d t.' all who Boots & Shoes,
; linice and liiUs; : pnnh.ixs the i.ia've wlilcli for Highi-rt price paid for Cotton, Hides, BeeowaTaliow x,
; j ; Sjinng lialances and SteelCallijHi ; Ecoromv. Durability description and size for salili'
Notice. -* and Comj.asoeii, yaid-4, and l'swertaiiI* nnrivaU.-d! in I IuV orM! The attiiition etc. LADD. every HEIR & -""*'

: obtained UtUrs of administration on the Seuw Pl.it if, I la mn ivrb and Claw ,.f PLANTERS i:, (-.1'i-I.| .lI K .all.-.l to its tllieacy Nt.w1'rt, Oct.>bi-r 8, 1S33 40 by 41

HAVING,Jttnie* W. >tiai< C. thin i id to notify all St.x-ksand I Die*. Hatchets, i IK laidi-Mgiie.! kw'iw hand varioiMH.zesof for Iiain.i i'. It i-t u pt-rfeet'cafi'pianl niraii, .t -..--.--.--.-------- -- .- October 15. 185S.

k t peisoes holding claims ugaiufet taid f.-tatc to pie cnt Chains:; ) of all kinds, M.IM>TroweN, i th Patent constantly Metallic on Burial Cases- the ill ili-cls on Cotton and otlur plantations, of the Tax Collector's Sale. Wanted.

I them, legally authutc.ited: within the time CtUl.iy.1 i Shoe Ki.ivs and Pinceis mentioned dft'trnetive laint of thu Soutlurn ilimatiMud.' yravaiul X
iu the
prcbcri- aeeompauyin.; (vitifi.'iite. virtue of in vo ti-d law. I havelevied r Ann DRY HIDES, for which th highest
uiithonty mu > by
4, Led by law, or thu Uutice will U. pl..td in bar ( their Naili: and lion all sizes, AnVils, .c., d.c. J. A. E1JMONDSON.WASHISGTON other huk-tanced, ilo not inpnc it. It i is ndajv BY eUUU ket price will be paid byOctt.ber
il u >oii ami; will for huh bi fore I the
t; final recovery. E. S. .SHLPPAHD Adui'r. liutts and hinges, till for' Steamers. 3Ianiif.teti'tie'. Miiu Fiu* Eu iri.-' *, [ expose
4S S. S.
1 853. KNIG.
pit January '1. 1854. 1 ti\v Togcthir w ith a large supply of firoeriicH., Crork- Water wmks for Lrge Cities und nil! i-ituatiom roqtiirin Court I House in the town of QuiwyGudsdeuCounty; 29. ,
cry and (jlaes Ware, nnd \\oothn WanOils Paints, MESSRS. FIPK AND RAYMOND, April :; powerful r-timps. Sizes of 25! gallonto U'o.tH'Otrailon '( ) on the third Monday Iii Apiil next the following described Notice.

: Notice. JJiugs Ac. A 1J Hosiery, and a full : per iiiiiint.rawity k.1t on hand by UNION property or so much thereof as will pay I the
b iu.soitiu.nt of (I Weutnes ]
I.NTL.EM x:- iiil *
; the C
utility otjourornatuintal and Taxes due thereon for the Island
State County year E will make Cash Advances Sea
'4' fancy artil,*. D. C. WILSON. POWER COMPANY of U.S., 21 Broadway, New on
WILL be wld.ou the 12tb hat, at the residence 1veI1b4'r 5, 1853. 44 Patent M tallio Burial Cuw." ueI to t.n- loil:. 1 S5.'J, and the ueoe&ary expenses incident thereto, to \7 ton consigned to Messrs. James Gadsden t **
: late Daniel O Cam. hu vey the -niiiiiii of the late Hon. John C. Calhoun to to trj
> wish
|M rihlable estate, D.-ei-mber) 10, 1858. 49 SmA wit: of Charleston, to those of our friends who
I consisting of Negroes. Stock Pru\ini.u PkuUitiou Boots and Shoes.ENS tli.j Con' res-Monal Cmuteryvlu.h l imprised us with Two hundred' nnd ten acres of land, lying ou Flat that market. J. GEO. ANDERSON 90-

q luaplemeuts, Houbcbold aud Kitchen Furniture, Ac- the belii-f that it w the be>t artiel kn.\vn to us fur Creek, belonging to Robert Jimersotu October 16, 1S53. 41 6m
I Cash. rtki A suju-rior Calf Sewed Boots traiii> Mirtiii the tleai l to tluir liuil tin Notice.
; Tcrmi. W.O.O'CAIN, 1 / (a st) | n -plscu. IIIJGII 0. McLEAN, -
January 7, 1851. 1 It Representing Heir &JBI 1V1; Kip pegged With icspect we snl) cribe ouilve*. Yours, Ac, LL person* having claims against the Estate of Tux Collector for Gudaueu County, Notice

'Hi.Youth's and Boys aMcu'i II. Clay, I). It. Atehison. Jeff Davi n. TViiliam Tliiunpcoc, iICCasCtI. late of Leon County October 15, 1853. 41 6in

Administrator's Sale.ON aud DOTH* calf stitched Brogans, Lewis Cuis, A. C. CJreeue, W. IL King are requested to present them to the uuderijnidadmiNtrutrix 13 hereby given, that the subscriber, A
+ 1). S. Dickinson of the Estate of Thomas J. Heir, lati
the Cth cf kip Jigged Dau. Wibstcr lleorj 1k.1g C, within the time ciibed by law or
day pre
Monday Februrry next,, I will Tax Collector's Sale.BY 51&t*
: calf half Boots J. M. llawin, J. M.. Berrien County deceased, will, six months after
P. Man Tjfal5
for sale at public outcry, to the highest bid W. um. they will be barred ; anil all indebted to said Estate '

i; der before the Court House door in Tallahassee, the 44" Goat Brotrans, Oc'toU-r 1, 1853. 39 tfNotice. will please make payment immediately. virtue of the power vested in me by law, I shall apply to for the Hon. Judge of his ProUteof' ->- ***

following real estate of Allcu Faircloth, deceased, to- and Morocco Slippers, LUCY THOMPSON. Adm'x expose for sale before the Court House at Quincy County said, a discharge from W. L.Jaffcrson DILWOR

wit: Tlie Southeast J of the {Southeast 4 of section LADIES'and Boys sewed calf Biogans, .! December 10, 1853. 49 8w in the County of Gadsden. on the third Monday in on estate.Countr. Deeember 8. IS&S.

24; the Northwest J of the Northwert i cf the Northwestj Black Patent Gaiters, persons arc forbid purchasing or receiving April next, the followii'g described property or"so

section 25 ; and the Northeast i of the Northeast Kid Lasting tip ALL Warrant No. 40,052) for 80 acres issued Notice. much thereof will pay the State and County Taxes Fancy Goods*

4 of section 28, all iu Township 2, outh cf Ruuee Kid,ties Morocco Buskins and calf Boote., under' the act of September 28, 1850, to Edward I F. LL'persons having claims against the estate of J.J. due thereon for the year 1853, and thb necessary expenses T1TE' are now receiving from New York LADl

2, Eaet, containing 160 acres more or less. Said luud Colored, and Clippers, Dean, but not signed by the Commissioner of Piusions. O'Neil, decea ed, late of Leon County, are re incident thereto to wit: W FANCY DRESS GOODS, BibX'>

is to be sold by order of the Probate Court of Leon Misses Lasting Gaiters a' Said Warrant having been lost, a caveat against its quested b> present them to the undersigned within the Five hundred and sixty-one acres of land, lying; on Gloves Veils Mantill-u, Caret and 001W' itb

County for the payment of debts *' Slippers and.Bootees, location has been filed, and nt the expiration ttix time prescribed 1>T law, or they will be barred ; audtho Rock Creek, purporting to belong to L. S. Catlin. of other, Fancy At S.too 5tci
JONATHAN ROUERSON.Administnitor and a general assortment weeks fiora this date indebted will make immediate HUGH o. MCLEAN, variety
of ChildicuV au application' will be tad for e please payment.MARY .
January 7, 1651. itt aboes.ev. a ANN O'NEIL Adm'x.: Tax Collector for Qadaden Couutv. tion.October
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) f, Sol. 41 D. c. WILSON. October 15,1833. il 6m 15,, 1SU.
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