The Floridian & journal
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079928/00246
 Material Information
Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: January 21, 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
oclc - 02704418
notis - AKP8648
lccn - sn 83016259
System ID: UF00079928:00246
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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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NEW CASH STORE. Liver Complaint.rSJ Iii: !bnid to be prospering when he i is not, or Discontent

Carts. -- *-E '* ---. The nnlv reimdyxtr offered to the p'Mic il'tally oxer rates the? extent of his prosperity.In how universal it is. Wo never knew the

(irallrnni flIt( Ltulics* I raxhioaaMr; Kinporitim. that lua* I n-nvr f.iilid to cure vhcn directions i uv f1loxvcd I urh cases the husband! H quite as censurable man who would say I am contented." Go

M'l-nTHV Liver 1'ilh It 1ms U-en K-xnal: : = fur the xxif./s nasheiai where will the rich the
---.4.- or
ESGATS1)EX&-CO. has I -n introdneni hi [I'ruia DlcktiH lIoih..U \, vrtI.JI pxtravagr.ncc yon among poor,
GOODS. vears: lK-f.Tt the j.-.ilnic. luTsell. To all!! in if hus- the! of the vho
NEW FALL a YvWER FANCY I'M-M. Whtrc it has U-en n-ed, it GONE sum up a sentence, man competence or man earns

ea.1\a11\ & Upland( Cotton Factors,, hn all*secti-no had tl-c of inoft the I liii-mj>l lunt FUCCCS i-nd I has :itt u- I nvp'J.o It-tter( y.'i Minnie, bands would: be. inort; just to xxives, wivtsjwciuM his bread by the daily Sweet of his brow, you

-ALSO---- T lIE Stlsrir', nio noxx in th<> ror-ipt rfthrir, ailv) diivenout of ie all other r.-d'i ine :. It IiffUen -\ m tiit the i Large uud veil ulected JSix.ck til Ncxv and diff.-i-t.t ,. -es.f lU-patis] would be iCS Lcil-erJ
all the
General Commission Merchants, tiiod nti'icr TLit 3v* otr i'.rsf-Ui-u to rcr arms, C.travagariL-j'JLjhz. complaint.. The other day we stood by a

and haI'Ofn i-nvl wjually tiVieaeito in niL And I M..* far away, ho with
cooper, v> was playing a merry tone
No.. 62 East Bay, FALL AND WINTER I'ANCY GOODS, l\.r Fa1'! at all tli,*> I ln) St-.u = ii '1 :.llnli: -rec, amiat 1 sv.v thrwji every trembling line 7'Iv'1.jfflftx: Tines on J Jut lticltcit.- an adze round a cask. Ah I" sighed he ;
CJJ.lItLEH7', S. C.t3LJAMES and rhiladil-: I1ia. Airt-M-y in Tuxvn in tile Suuth. 1F"V jcrikiuir.- the 1 >T.H..W .
Yolk on.- ox\ry
in New
wlfflcd Axitli ri'at "
CAT'sr't Iii' January 14, 1 "> I. -' pVavure Eluiok the utukcntxl lan-l Thir Lotiilnn Times of Doc. 11, has a pretty mine is a hard lot-forever trotting round
) I v nn 4\bttut.n..l i' yr. "
Uunl.T.G v.ill! 1 in- That wrote Ui v. i-h ikej.v.j like .T (lOg, driving away at a hoop.I -
JAu F. >NSeptenrtwr ( pJPoLtc I"1 tinil .M. ...rtn.ullr: inth.-ir Ml.-c-tion.) Our S' k si-vero nrtit-lo on John Milchvl and liurcffptiori

cHAtT E. Stiuvi: ) --at'l: and i i.l.t.Ulu-d im.nthly. 1-y the l.a.-M and f Tlie triumj'hant FWI-! of th-' .rr..tt'ra'iiftn remodr Of sH t'y' mr.tI.trV little: 113, in Anvrfra. After from I Heigho !" fcighed n blacksmith, in one offfrnnc

10 lb..3. fraAVALTKUS t1t..j ib. st 1 .' .1' .r t.1i1- f r man ri'i-1 lt.>a-.t. 11. < 1 A Ilitl.I.I.S ChLHterftit" Tit >!atLiriir rnd ilitnt.. quoting the lint dtvs a3 he win..d ttvi shl r\f
i1.-t : i V |-v v IV l V b4iJAk L* 'O V*
Uur F 'iK I tviui-i lu: 'ii: ) I;L.1.I.: \ I.'.u ,.. i. : c.u- his FJICCC'I! iu >*an Tranchcn and frt-ely commenting
' < t-, ifxvo lindit iisary. tl.etiutrV., I\->r children, lovj./Iy flu-y come 'erspcratiotifronihj I is brov.-. while his red-hot
& YVALKKK, of of the .' iuugMousclains : to ru uu&; lip! .ll over spreadingthiir TV r.M-J -"xt-t
pait l.aieii.l; inf.uwe I'X
Factors and General Com and Cashmeres.Iv and :i1t. I ly :" And."i' j imt lio'.v sound his !eep, -inciting! and frying one's self
Cotton p.K-kets of the h. | -t %:!s-npt'I jnij-m Ail fir's 'y xvako him We rrjuice to ?ce that this finaticnl revolutionist vengeance o-

mission Merchants. ICII Piaiu au'l I'Ltret1 r Mi,1ain; Kjii-n them, wi rthhsand! jioi-oiH.r.p tias-h u l".r!tj! <- g.- Alas! fr: L3 so muv.li l 1.'ve try.il.r.niTo *-, prorais.es to be :i better citizen inA i I vcr the fire." Oil that I u ere a carpenter !1"
:lJninnt.i : lV-\7 eitizetl' '
>; CVbnun.iii -, I uinv I 11. ( Jl.lik: :!I.t hi bliould d'-c! erica thn he r.t h. lleverently j-ictiatfd! a shoemaker, as he bent over his
-ALIO----- W.-ll f" '.' ou h''V. Mid se. tiJit the Ia! :l lj u; :> wa n e. -
h I k !
nu'I }
]'I..l ): iA lu'--i I
.gEt$i for the rionoer Line of Packets 1etwtcuflAI.i'STtN ]'. ,>d I M"tt 'ain--and: j ...f ;li.. liotile has II. fJ.'W-f.uu Farreil f.r if ft han.t JcV: : :r: 'lie: e.-nall: ;pure !tauj, ML.tait. ,"' s.n'3 l.e, i.ntI l Jtli! nitely !.i Iu !I'tcoine i-tc.iit', .rc: nft ;

) MiW.l'OKT. ll.ick: Cahli'aKTw and de Inline ( (' it. Th l,1l r.i.'! cn'-lu tst.te t'tLioinii :;., i..1 i.&ja' a stranger and aspirant to the pfivil- leg i'iy soul away lit maKing soes for other,

AM :, itt ro.id< thu*: "II.I U. l'ntll' CrleVra'ad I ut"-tl 1 to 1't it, s t'f, nail vari, ezeS ofour.. i-iti/eiishiti to( investigate those ; coopvil up Za .1 little seven-by-nine.room..

Boyce & Go's Wharf, Gents P.eady-Made ClothinrriU g.Gloves. 1 Arabian! l.h.iniu.t.. a"l l the Li.atuiv( f f th Aoo'jt; rpr tnjrer tr Ian. \xi and manful in.-titiitintis th.1t have: bred j| I r.tn sick of the out-door work," exclaims
CJIA iI.'JO..V .c. C.r. I t I. 1. t I l&i. AIK! as it fattn Icd in heart 1C e
I i1 my
41t' the and
WAIT. GwjKwt; 11. \V.'LUU, (:. line nn.l IMH-IC (hi ct': '. I''frdar.'il .- Mown I ii tin- cla-s U.ttlc"li.. 0. ra ijrniiian '1lit bl'.ght unctrttiia h' !-I. Mid nured the energy 4)L stich! a race." If carpenter, boiling suelteringiinder
VTjLMOT mid h t vor. oii.: tie! snn, or exposed to the inclemency of the
11.: T. "WALKIB.npnurt i:1 I'.rown i Mi.Hi.'iry; Lu-ii'-l.! IV-oim. It- tout.Ii! x\ ill ln: '( r t-n tnv huud lie ba i exercised any practice ofteverence

IS, 1R.12.; :-2: -ly ', 3;.ek a '.1! I'.i'io 1'iofk Coats, '1hIt duii:!'" ln.ldl! "f tho nctoanl "xln woiihl! diho -- Till my LLIIII t'jj i> culd.Otr or d k liberation: with reg.int to tie! institutions F weather, if 1 was only tailor." "This is .

4. Ru n.1 () i > 'I'V iI11b! '.i2i: : "' <1> St-Il. > ,
0 If Cor, ( ( l" Ilt LiiJd diy; that sunimcr Jay iuf his o-Aii country, he tiiiht have been there;
( tv.ry l -dieine. tl.uU'.t
aud gtN.l1 ntt
-A. PERRY AMAKER, C4ut1cd] d.! 1> <5" tri-l j t-.oatiii! n-.iliv y.im.ine th-m iit nl Ihfir in.ii "'. l>ut thailiicii > 9 D.-t thou r> :nernl.er !k..W tii's's still. Ie! projected( nothing but folly, arid! be compelled to sit perched up here, plying
4, .1.].i ]TanlkM; t Coat*. sht to 1 Lt? l Lllti hl.tfcotns v.er.- unsullied tl ..aTl.auk propnsfd nothing but revolt. He was for 'the needle all the while-would that mine
7T'iT Mr .' JV.no J JJlairk 1 1'.nw&t: Cot \ A4 tl.e ajiiut! tli active life." Last of
au ia "=-cru. Mid JSHt tin ronU-nijit his d.is-tr.rdly i-.ir- utsi l I Lave: letting Ireland I have her share of what hews xxere a day
TALLAHASSEE, TLA. (;I'V d ut I } tin n, v ho k h- twuhoalt" civ fair LriJetil< ; -the banks won't discount customers
l- .t.- n-gn 4--
t < grace
il iiicritf. < vry eraI confusion and there
And thought I
.' :;,, ii'. by thy h>xirvve, ttti'
1853. 20 ( .. i i-Lt". vl.' f.ll.ti 1.uijt.fi. ?t'. triui.ij.L oxi rJtrfti'lo'i I won't what shall I "
21 wti'l ti do the
May ; Thotj xvouldst ...t iliniiI.ill :. riu'ted. Arson assassination | pay- grumbles
___ _____ 4. Cj.iuuuerc (II) iimlfUM-n/iti'. hi- ho-1 tm all lu-e im- give POt' rp, l.is designs ,
- 1i i1I.kV .ki'u <1 it JOHN B. GALDRAITH, a'i-1 i-ii.iM that vl.nh \\-h qlU'l ni.ftt.Th .- havoc, ina acre were I

ATTORNEY ANJ> COUXSELIjOll) AT LAW I. ,, : ; C0.ths (1I ;K VI.V> retviiu.>H I 1. '?. laiTt'li'-Ar.ihi.Jti I.i'timnit; I hnPi.n A llf..n n of-a'-tv ntul np.. < tAh : nor hat1 tix-j- any views? more practical deg! anything' happy fellows," groans

Taliahr. rr. I'1tiit.t. .. I'(tt iP-1IaIll Ii', >vd it- ifio I l-the ii< t ii-iuiikaK!" M.iici! : tkti -- dI.11.l: v vii-h 1 in: 1 Ki< k ;than tl.e prorlaimtion of an Irils! rejiublic, the laxx-yer, as he scratches his head over

'tZ) f r t (1 ( ( in i: .I;.I t II;, ". i'ui-. .1i- ra .1'A 1 L..h' arl ili-rn1s! f.nscrt arid (tl.e sutitution! of a irrecHag: for the some perplexing case, or pores over tome dry
rIT"e; ,- -" in lbt> C..pfl.i. jrnfl'i1'lV 1.at h-t1-I lUflTl Tn it1 iiii !1', ,- I
\\nrt'X.-r! ]I'ratcil: -pr..fvi- : f tr. : tt.-i'-k. record, happy fellows I had rather hammer
i;: th*. Senate ChumU-r. | ( rt. V. .10 ., ]:N's A'.osati.lti'V 1iti11f11 C bumwounIs.. ecru-, cLronie. *oii-atiJ v.eak t \ <. Tl.iuk whai a r.ici..ut; lit.lt: cudgel
li ;lvi. .i.! 1 JiiK-k r.n.lhitc jik G1S iMiK'isiek.I (it'. ite. ; and ii'.I 4.fb.ttUnl rt.tn.ulv fh.irts ->r ate-t 1-1 U-i''i ly.Aiul I country Li* demt-nnor may be changed, my" on tedious -

D. P. HOLLAND, i.LJ II,. 1..d.-kiu, and oatlle. inthee're; of vony, dM-sr.per, ytt th.t ho -ii.-nI! 1 ilie, 3jaiie--- t ami l.is {.ledge's of political sobriety fulfilled. I vexatious (1ue5tiO And through all
ATTORNEY AND COUN.SJ'.LLOR AT LAW, ; maid-, ".. -tc.. and Al.%; the! ramifications of all
tl.s I.i..1t I'I tieu1ii : Lmniw= dry rhmilder. 9I1Iit. t' tluit lu- -lu' nil i uie C lie is rtill, however, among an Ani'lo- axon! society, are complain-

(luinry, 1'lorida: Pial e [ ei&vt'rhI xvil! nlWnV(. p.t"ll lh fuitm-r .ru'r. '* <.f11Levil.j iivtula. which ling of their! condition-finding fault with
a race though sometimes -
race ,
( t.uua''u: Lifl'd G1ves, rin bon .', jinJ blood -paxui, if u.ed iu the biuuiii (' 1' among their particular. If I this
\71LL practice in i the Ciir.rt* f tli" Millie and <,fj.tckstIfl and l'iuiLlia; Cnuniirc.Ootohcr'J" 1.' 1Lk ( .iui1kt !:- the oilier, I should liv content" is the universal
LATU1' 'saii.Kr Ki i Gloves, IAfX ftttf f'r ( nmt'trft; itx. aaI l which, thotigh it friy rti'ertain:

lt>r<:2. 42 tf 41 lit hilk (11! $ IT],,.. pi tTt .uuti. at :uii.-t nui i1tr C1,1y4 1 it>tf! wiih the tiov-ity of a patriots"I xialt. cry, anything but what I am." Swags

WILLIAM SCOTT, (1 1. fHt. wUicli has l-aLly nm if itajijianutw, \V. li.l'nr-h 1 is not \ery hI:' iv t'> tolerate all a patri .t's the world, so it has wagged, and so it
414, '4hr.t.& ::ik d. roli'Amliun l.viin'unt.lhi- *t 'ian .--ruu-If all thtcinmti : your Hustand's InconieV. xx ill wag.

oY LAW, (iII ( ,- ...... di rfvit*, 'H-(T #V hiih) : \iti the ULfla'nf 1'.trr-il!!. .-e !u-ir: it iK jTifi.Uy aerteil thU; txfr.ivntint'Ct' -chet.it.'u h'e there mav rovc to hi-

diNTICELLO. 1'LA. tin Ilk: 1 i.-crc JJtirtl Glovtf, flatly will hnvit in e i -:!t1t. witlmut th<- l.notvU1t1iat'af : -.**- thcrr'rat i-vil ofie I ii biijpirtic'.jl.it'y one country; i'l ti.e world xxhere MitcI! and 1'ri'1ziiti l GwL-Quench in the heavens the
: !
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iie. : !
Jo l>iT (lataitlf 1 if. iwit 'jfrtt (.xi-t. a'id tln-y-Bill j rlaj." .iul!; Meaghtrran! lix'e wiiliosit! desiring: to murder orb of day dumb and dead would be the
SO ,
July SO. 1B53.: : lljan fowl of tliiMibjct
juii.t'.ae l.aTht :t-i' exjiatiutii: on -
wlit-n the g
Jii-'A- tlu'irrrt* t-punous I its tusi, i-.trates ; but, if not, they be reniindc'd -
may earth boloxv Xo flush of
lit itire their her bcfoii IVrualf! morning's rising,
\\ j jvisitorr
Rich Dreas Silkss.F vrIlirut it ("VII 4't' i'r :
E1SK1NE c: 1)I14WO1'i'11 tur.t in n>> capital; xx'cre barricade.-
,ir-'tiuiii1 jutir'e U laa'itjfstc nrc'd only l br II. 0. \\h'iti thy talk t' ii: onii-r tf tall, no genial !heart of Ligh noon, no sunset glory.
LAW > 1( ;31 ria-k an 1 F..ui.y iWha >i'.lf, and r. r nd V'l4.llt l -al'IruL'tfii .-' uiel! ret Iuthiits 50 promptly arid ancrupulo'.iily would the rivers flow the brook
AT invet'tor
ATTORNEYS XX I'liiiiian-l I'Uu'l" I'an -hl! fi4.j!* pro-ri'; at th ir SJIOUM-S. i K't: : iii jtt-tIt li> the ladies, Darkly complain -
N* IT 1 Main s-trn J, lv-ria. lliitn.i-.ti> WIIIITII put down as in X'xvork itsjif. and the of roll hushed all
MONTH r.I.1,0: AM) QVlNf'V. < r'urnn-'l .!1&. S.-i, I.e' alre'rti. 1; ;.it should; be 1 s-aul! thut inou artS quite :Ls t.xr.ivagant [ waves ocean ;
G A ( '('- nn-t
JOHN TJvhUixr. Quliicy-W. S. l>:uvoiiii, Jldtititvll"JuU2S 4'. .' ('hinii.-.JIe Sill?, #lh rv: x-o i .taU-\ jM it with'r th-> h-Uei II. <;. In-fore l'arn-1'.V. as women. l I': the latur have a \veaLi.tss ho-- to Avoid A Bad Hnsband- the voices of the groves ; shut and senseless
: 1W3. W '*. '. Stti.1 1 t fi 14 111,,.-' 4 it J., i'*. l\ iU{ **1J.--i! .hiijrtuiture I > n (UK : for l.ces, ii:I hs r.i.tl tie: furniture, llie forrir 1. Nexer marrv for wtiltli. A woman's the tlower=,'silenced the sound of bcsy labor ;

Slid (l.y ii. 1L AMiX; auu. nv- re uany fund nf r chained every foot of man. and poor strict en
Silk- Saiil ; wr3bp.r ) are jn-it as cig.ir8, cutpa2netLd : In tlto she
1t'1t an : life coiisisteth tat tLir.gs -
JJAUT1N:; T. INIIIT.; U. II. M. 1>*VII MXDODY it'j'.Vir.-d' :uft. ti.i.>r-ji ,nt the t'laU'd Stat* % hor''i: husbatid v.ho possesSeth. nature would be cold as a corpse, her great
; atk :uJ 1'nt'.rxnere S33 : :utv a graaiblv?
*" 1'riee ,. and 54 ont., aim el j a DAVIDSON ric vital heart slowly ceasing to beat. As the
what lie ihint.s the extrav = ddbyhisvifc.
= 1)'I-IaJ.r) :I1. I .: b 4t at griLt siin { :. Never rn.irry a fop, or rn? wintrtt'
3OfliR T Mantles and Talma.T" .- i for ih. and handkerchiefs sun is the life and light of the natural world,
y jjlo\cs, e : silk anti ruf-
(//UIXCY, I'LOJMDA.] ") ini( r.iiiU<.!'i.-r.-'l M.it-! in :.11!1 <$.Ws, ] :. MAiniisrs! : i iCELEEi sj-euds twite a? ini'-ii; :iiiually on oysters about dandv-like. ii: his awl l trloves his lingers so is Clod of the spiritual. Where he is not,
l ties v.ith! tlhvrcd cane riiigs oa
"\T7ILL practice iu the Middle! Cinit! <>f f ri'>iidaf I V. .", Ihitch.-) .. I'a.t.f.! { Vh t Tiiniuietl,) T b C TKOLlGOW or ai ten { :!!=. Thy things the \viiV fancieri lieware there i is, there is no true life, no real joy, no abiding
S. III ? a trap.
and in the K.-i:, tciu C'l'iiniii* "f \Ve-t ri.iiila. JIuIgs ( tl.1 l peace. Without His presence amid friendship,
it-fined of
.. .. are, itonu\i r, the inure !
All buainchs fUti'Ubti-J tolln.isc.iicvilluccltv Jil'oinj; : Eru'r. r' ii!: in :: tuE: ''1' :,L-rl'-1-! ::; ; I'. Never rnarrx- niggard a close-fitted. the soul! is dark and dead, cold and comfort-
Uttfllti.'ll.! ] 'ILL 114 I'Ith! Itt.lri-.i.li! rt d filk T lina T."ANI1: !I'I tuo : .TV!, *.n ili.' \\ hole, are j erhaps, quitt- moan, sordid wretch, \xl.o saves o\ery penny,
{ visited
Ies. bo
) 4. ,. 11k; ] thi : u.. ;l tisi'i'u! the oth'i.s.Vlatev. the re.-t must by an ever recurring :
lM, IATTORNEYS MJJAKEK */ I .' i-ri-- -..iy as a- T it Take lest he
; / i. gnidgiugly. care
.. ; r
J.t-t.ntz: C ) .1nLt s, eIvu.t Tji.nint ., Isdgirlll) l gloomy fort; boding of disaster ; a "sense of
ti.- i tI jr iMavUiitr tf. t
ur- : ( iiiiy fay, > ..
5"ili.'i. .
iV 3M VKi: # ; v't" t'> <
and d oaJ afraid GodsnJ
/ u .v.it : -- of judgment.
( :.. :k. .-. t tV lull* u FIi'-tt in tti&! matter.: 1'j.ir jilay! has r.nt Lcei.irsvt'C v.hnv.-

AT LAW Alpaccas, &..c.ninir \. --ict. -' ;:;: i iiX4.-1 ,.l1. Jo tie >ex. 'i'Le tucn, who di! tnt itt! ''character. Never marry a ft.anger tested., or one Some fenvdf'sjurnp 'Hit-re may *be the shortlived intoxication of

TALLAHASSEE] ANI!) jri\CY. I'LOKIDA( I ] la'-k Alil-c-a, ,cc5 5- ..__.. i't.i ; co1Ii :- is r.ot Known or picture ; raornnntary forgetfulness in tha -
l !have ral-t-ii
(lie j into the tire xxith their
-\' 7"Vra' : 'tiw in the : i .L11t. liTil \\\ -t. nH' vtsii i V '". ];5lne: 1'i.irEJ ::S; < PLAINE.I the vf 'xlrav.-ig-.iH-e B aiutt t5e! ladie5iiili -, right eyes heart, or some eager race for the world's pri- -
14UuI1l A1i'teci
df Florida, uuJ m th CV/uuUee of 1 k-cutur an 1 1IJOLUXG i .S fry ; wide o; en. /(._->; the fitful shining of some delusive hope ;
'4 11tk I ,. ti'iticlar Vi has Aiisei that f> nnk-s-i!
: liu !7 : r. t drone who
1'honiai (; \ :. I'aitl! one
S or
a. tr I | 5.tver rnnrry a mope hit the of sober the .
t'h''ll it: pause ,
JJAK1IK: A. X.TallaJia 4. 4. :uit: 1't, C..p.rej ] ngiil rtiidi n -? : .4-; -.- \ S \ttsu ; I are tituti'.nally rrer.Ur s.ftidliri.t-tlian;; draw > and.ilraggks I through life, one f foot I shadow comes back, and night resumes its -
: rWt.Chr.siie1uf tinitKiI'1 I It the old of the lion
; c ?. i is story take their
and L-ts
another own
after things
'xir. (jultiJoiiuin' ( .iia1u Mi.rii ( ( a'i; tII tktrni1 reign. The soul is desolato without God.He .-
4' .. 1truxuuta ( ii Ji.Cazsimcr3 paiiitti: lii ; o'Miirtues.. !
7, ISSJ.; 1 '. .. ti II 'he.' % 'III11) ; elkti.4 cour-- r. Mr. Stone.
I I Jl.-ivjri'tl.r.s t'Xf.JH-ratfd the lr.'!ie> from .1
i who treats his
---1- .t 4. ; 5'S. t k t I lluii' rrla (;. Never rnnrry a man
6c.EXiI.l.Sll cLar iue tliii.U! nnjti t, ihvy \\ ill, v.v trtit.I s-5-.ter iiulilH-rently.- Whore true fortitude dwells bounty .
JOSEPH II. 1)rIXi'LW, : ; mother or tukidly or ,loyalty,
j_ .*. : ...r: :::?; ; :: faitlutrv\vuha\i-
1 15 i'ijitflv what!
Iregu :lf di.-j.a to
> : indication of and be found.
; riiiior: ] 'hi.iM! ;>ltia .l.-a'i l -_- -..._.--zr r-:y .& \ '1 7.xi j Ssu-h treatment ia sure a mean friendship fidelity may
('.iMiiuarUb, Jihirl: (' '.thi. ( for Tami! : _i -utrunt'n: ., to i-ay. I 1'i.r, tIut'uIu we. consider: the? int-i: : : and v.icktd man. Pride that dines oil vanity, sups as surely

QflNCY, J'LOJilJU' ]\.i'1 udy J.au.-, 'Ji.n (.'ok'icd Cl'-th, <1'Ohii 'i -ili" :i :' in'n lit. r I tUIiV :.S estriva 'iit as the \ -ontn; we :!trt j 7. 'teVLr, on any account, marry a gnm on contempt.I'ashness .
dl : r ii n >- i i.- -t li -x. i .1 i
WILL rontinyc to ct''upy] thr ofikv rpr.-nlly vn lir xvu ) : far ft"in exoncratim* cUlier fu>rn lids fi 'iy! bier Such a man can Is the faithful but
rier&on. unhappy
J. 11. jiul'.t.t T.-. .t'1 ;: .ii i.: -.- ; I l 4 ii1i'd' iii 1.u'- or a profane parent .
1 )
the late linn of t11. A I '
y *, t"1 1. !. t1' oiitin-ly. At 'time oilier time \\e may: havia of misfortune. .
II -- ; t -: ; make hn-I,and.b. .
And the Mi.l'li dec.f good
In practice iu the udjiKxnl: O.i u1i uf f Ladies IlancIIicrchicfs, never a
and Wt'rttiii Circuit Ho viil JIM atlf-ii'l the tciinof t.-ni in -i IM I tt< r <. i'. in :i. l.-t .l 11 j> -r-on- jut 'r.t- | word of ndxice! lor tha'loub of erf.ti<'n; N ever ma a skix t-if, a man: w Iio Is negligent \ on may imitate a good man, but never ,

the Supreme Court iu '1 1LlldIa-Mc auJ ilurianuu. \ DI LS ; :: (',,rdi.I .1iJtr ii.nff] ; ,-d in -u: 1 I' a t:: <-: !! .-.'.tl .,! ;..ia a ]-atip'vt, but t-t'V( we wi-rs to l.a\e the cnr, fir awhilf rry his dre! and j filthy counterfoil him.Jt :
7 lv* _.4 du u] a J h inticLi d.u I !1'g-44- ) e<.t.t:,)'.;n ax,']'!Js ] i. <.!. frn highly r<-rKctal4oh | "li! rd! ." of 1ft.qttZ or s,
4 1 -
January > ui'v: \ of tho.-e same is base and mind to-which
The external is ani a narrow suspicion -
I U I habits.
t. 'ir.niM.11 in his
4uJ 'II.dl -------- f 4rq'i> ill iht'\ lJil': ] ]!\ result- \1- ti.- tojr tlir v ithl 1 appearance
\Ve nii.! ', at Uso .ut.--t, ue are 1 tkLirt: !! ': is natural.
1Iir..I'Tt'l.It ltttr frou fir & ; ) p4-uleuIt.tl J4l't ili3t. vl4ohn j'r i index to the h ait. .

JACKSON J. MASH I laiti .1.'Ufllfl'i' l vv ii-t-d it in their practice, and -j.t.'ait fium thnrUrj to Feii ible wisni'-n.; l:y a .t-i.-iiil&' woman, !". Shun the.rake as a snake, a viper, avery Wine and passion are racks oft used to

DEALER IN ALL XIKDS OF GOODS, 11uruIill. (' : 4t.I S t'J .., titilk'4. 1 111 in ,bIII!I.!:.? in-IIlrtIt-iMj..k t \,>.S-*- *r.i*,fi".ta.ti?( .f.IID'..x %.'.. .iin... .ll. .?L- \\llf"- r extort words from us.
il.i 3 \V.u kuil (1.1 !W. 1)nnlar. M. 1>.. naltin'otv Ml uvmon.
i urviN-- ; and ,
m.-J.fS h.-r! hu-baid': *' iuttn--t* ht-r ov.-n, xxho-e In order to deserve true friend mast
Care Dccntur da.I. we
Blowing Cmin'y, I'iriallv a man a ,
10. cnvntritrv
(1.1 II. ( ii"auztti' .
4II .T. C ( 'tn.-k M. 1>_ I: L1tIUU.TI. Mlp. 15. 1'rrfchriii.! MIL unnei i
V 1JUOOKS, Asint.DcactnWr (ii, 1i .1., % Tii'-fl. X. Y.: 1. Y. I-'oi.tc. M. !1)>., Syn.vnN.. Y : who I- .- .-f-ne, r.iix'.oiito hpare liiin breath i. iohiut& ii. Mid! x-.ho=e vitals are being learn first to be one.

24, 15S. tl III, iViiit I 1/ifi-1 (\I11ITt. M. U. >!iii..l: l1. I 1).. I U: 4-u4--ur. N. I.: L I). I'l.K'. c .-b-.ry anxii'tv, :it>u tIP labor with i.i'ii tr> tIetti.t gnax.vd ttit; by ::It.-ohzol..l.In Will is the root ; knowledge the stern and

\'iJi-iicii-iK-f uu: ] ]]<.!,it<.u M. IL C'itnniUiii.nm.: N. 'i'.;. \V.V.. It, e. M. 1>_ Citvof of lier ability, tu lay by fronifthSnti for the clioice! of a xxife, take the obedient leaves ; feeling the flower.
FAIRBANKS'PLATFOBM N-w Yoik \\M'nott.I M. D, Concord N. I II. iulurefahlMi! !
; their .ld :tg., if not for the daughter of yood mother. By abstaining from most thing, it is sur-
Hosiery, 6c. iI.,4ui.t. rai J IK- kid jTaUa ut the ilttijj tt'it.s if who hanetthisAmpathy
SCI LES. Iitett'I tht-ir fhildton.! The! nrUin-r how many things we emumoy.1lk .
the ,Iluwitrtr: < itt j I
LADIES'Vhitc) Cotton H..M-, I'ALMl'.It A 15Hr.TUr.lt I Md.liccllo, | with! !lu-r hubbind. but \\ Ito i tenuls J-1'lilinp a yrr.-
LONG OWsnvriii.v: : TJT.: do I
El -Al.WAVfc JUCIIT, 'I UK: AC- (1) 'I 'r iiIa ('4 ii 14*( I >. II A.MilS.;: 'IV.l'i.harM-t., dress expvrisivvlv! is unworthy of the iianir. ; and them for the benefit of horn
KNoxM.r.ucr.1): FTAM) xr.n. tin I fl4'1; : I.atl u. \\ tujI I guneer, cojiy
(In tin Cu-liii4 lj III.: : t (1l5ilN.! .\ ; '( : tie! position, i'K. honors of r. (-(4ttiili4): !i K.r it in'v concern : Tli" American Character. cannot tell

Agenth-ew YnrkrAIH15AXKPd Co.tO WaUrftJuly dt, 1', : : (,1,), 3 >u. A, i 1.: iiix: : : Liv.: Atii--.n.r. : life. Hho I i-, in no s-cnse, the !lu-lp-w W I''"*" ,I Many p-cj'Ii' climate the ability of a whether 1 rightly know the American character

1C 1853. 28 Cm I?,"" Ix'tlr a ldr d I t'T.' tr:.-a 1 h it -'- f.n.iitbj.t that what I
(III j1( jlntuil d. the was called tn jie! old ?:axon. fcl? i i'i: and the industry and talent of its ; but of this I am certain,
(1.1 1 uck n.IVLite Silk I IJi A. Xi-xxl.-trx C. ll b. C., I hy Kcx- he.. C. newspaper
: as-Utant to him.i know of it is more beautiful and more
drat' h-r bubbund not an editorial mattt-r it cont.iitis. io
i on ; the
fcj. liUild editor
.fK'il.jC SUkt-. by
lir.X'S White C..tt ll.! df! ll IuI.e '
< n ,
I.u ] uue uII, (1(1 1 .LN Pni'Ncs .Tun. 0. 1 .,.1.Mcrtt. i ,, aid him, j-lsu khoald be cheerful, hcul.l It is curiii-arativtly an easy task for a frothy worthy to ]be loved than any other that I amacqnaintf

And Eye Glasses of Every Description, (1.! > Mixed; u all, should xxiiu-r to ;pour out daily columns of word. d with in the world. Their hospi-

VANVFACTl Km HTD. o h. r Is.ttle <.f yniir ul.urt1.i-i.; ; v't rii.c CatLt.lut '-ii." and tu achie'.e and warm-heartedness when their
do tlod'i b1f ?ill') ( I) (1lII strictly avoid cxtra\a aice: ; words and all subjects. His ideas ality ,
CII.T.MUK, Ao. 6 Liberty Vlacr, My vifc-ha-i;, I In en j.'Hictvd f'Tth-xui xni ;, ami a x)t- upon any
I Iii I I; v. .i hal f I I'v-' latter la-re bt-tler provided she in eveilasting icaits arc once warmed, are really overfloxv-
the k. way washy
ItO floxv \xihy
n> 1y t.f ni.iis !.;, ti
[Between Maiden Lane nod Liberty sts.] XKXV Y EKD. llcnyy I'rt.vu C iitou" d m
i his income know bounds. And some
and as
: x t i.liUdicd of than to Know his corntnand enable lug, no
dLi.h''Thri d d.. a> : ri.til I n-i-i\od this jiu-iiw-inc (ruin ) .u. i i- a woman sense, flood, and language may
G. guarantees all articles mudi> l> Imn 1A be jfa about their
y make noise
Ils ravtllers and
ii.ilct'iii-i- wi-iiml a'iuo-1 inavid time v.sih a him them together like bunches see a
t-oliciteJ. do White bilk tip ; j exactly.Tor to string
superioi qunlitxOrJcrn
Uianitt iu.-u.t (nan the Lit takm.A relative term. A Vilnius it is well that there should be
< xvab
October 1, Ib53. S'J) Sin ] cxtr.ivair-.nce 5< a of onions, and yet his paper tiaybc a men- very
Tweeds and Kerseys. laiK.iui- thf-ru are u great rnanxfiinal v in oir: f'-miry I brs'ah.ti1k may be a folly tor one wife, but and concern. Luit what i is the toil sonic body who, before anything else, be-
und.-r the tre poor
blilii-tion f..r vhuhotr i.ieciini.e1'ri.jfM"
Copper, Tin, and SheetIronMANUFACTORY. lM.T HIs ." '- what is tar anotht-r better oif. such v.ho displays his leaded matj tomes acquainted with their virtues. And
HEAVVEi I a feel it a dtitv I' re.'ntIl n.l I i i'l" only pioper of a man,
that imposed or. a judicious, these failings of theirs, as far as lean see

-p.. r u Subsey1ori it.f.irra tli*. citizons of T:1. <]lIP C.lhltiViJi|j Koi M-X'K, ].n,:tdxxiy. Xrxv Voik. and line houses xvere abolu-hfd, consciousness of his res- rinci.iy[ !! to the youthful life of the people
furniture with hourly
1. lnLa68euttdtVi > .. d'i I ( dodo otis an
urrit1njt, cIuItrthat i<.urgi.t January 1 1. 1'.1. firlLpi the faults
would perisli for want and devotos himself to In many cases I recognise precisely
they are now weared tu funUh eu4&, mrs VLuu, riaid and Sliijicd Onahurg, inanv: thriving trades i por.Mbililii-s and duties,
'with a.U 11.ud ci wu 4Qleae aid ju tLiruiienuon Iu-S Compound HutT i\lracf: of i of sustenance ; and tlion-who ply them wotdd the conducting of his paper, with the same of my own youth-the asking of questions,

Zine of bwincu.1'I. I ,. reflection of observation of
( tar want of want
Gents Handkerchiefs. TarT ... either be reduced to permaiiem and assiduity that a laxvyer
gtii.i.rha'r;.. ... g-11.... 41... 4& .k PT care and
thrir assortment; of'rarlor."' ukiu'arj 01 V'w TUI.KA t* Plain CmJJOrs! ] L. C. Ilnii-lkYs iifxxei.H.jM.iind, n 'xv OXIKand| prepared' forced into <'ther pursuits which are already: upon a sui', or a humane physician upon themselves and others, a boastful spirit,

of the latest style ; nil triaimnl iu mnleto| >a<.rd.T stm c,it'tli MEN'S..,. HaidLYs, do Silk tli only I by. IIIXH.-U, J oilirl* I n.vMcians. t., deahnin '' peihaps, Mitlicicutlv stacked. Hut if a sintiMi. a [patii-nt, xxilhout regard to show or difplavl -' so on. Hoxv free from these failings, and

lowest market-price. I'lcosc oall nn.l ..vi.r,,':.... 'le1i'S 1Ieinstit.ii.d tb dui IJ.-al I.u'fItTIa II., Dnvrsnii.) aii'i ] UMJHK) LUnuIjj under dvianeiLciils wife l ninvs her husband's income, the ;I L Indeed!, the mere writing part of Jilitii'r"a how critically alive to them, are the best peo-

before purchning dicwLere. Also. Lrjttatia atiti7apanuotI III) llwix-y Silk tli dn do I l'.iic' l nf the j tell, for herself, what: is extravagant, and j paper is but small [portion of t the x\ork. Pie in the country. American's best judges

Ware, Lesd Pipe, Shiett Zinc, 4'tHouseivork ( iJanduna d.i Jli-nV! Italian (.rIaP', JIlN11YsANI)11E.JIEI can merchant I She H aware. in i h amid censors of manners are Americans them
Rothig; Fuiiy 1ewI f'r gutt.er. (1 ut.t.ering 1 d.. n-.t .ffi.-r it Ws fortuno to make ; that and the tact of a good selves.-FrcJerika
Pipea-Shop work of every dew.1 inUnu dune ip.ert.-:u a linrnul..s. ('(ITIIptnIuuIl.lut j then, that he has far more important,

vith ueatoess aud desjuitch. ii8ain' <-infi.npar.d i.e'-...idii.t, ,, )'/uunhIslIit-a/ his pursuit is a precarious one ; and that consequently editor is better known by his selections than Maternal Education._Itvras

WHITE A SLUSSKR.] T ABIES' ci< i-ri-hueli a I'lepuriition jm i4 regular piaftiti<>ncr | the household expenses[ mu5t bear a thing else, and that we all know i is half The Pover of
October 8. 1653. 40 tf an-l rMiv, uli.iiji1p'kr, Vrrf ; Lr.-li. vi.uld pivpare i n.any necaHiis, ifhecouhi-and in ] proMs. any a mother's love that proved the capacity
1'bfi null ;(li1,* Silk d41 1 d" : Ij"1', Wxl di] ; L-uli-H' the al>eii'-e <.f it, uccb boinc, or all oi iu juirrtdie: very Email proportion| to the apparent that the battle. Hut, as xve have said, an editor of the idiot for improvement Before any

JUST RECEIVED TlVl"1!uavi 'lIP CltflinM"" (1"-- <'" ]. '!>r"i'1Fhrtii in a trrobM-r f4riI1. i Is he a professional man ? She knows ousjlit to bo estimated, an-l his labors understood scientific experiments had been made in tho

By Edward Barnard, Jr., .L l i'rtw" CIw"i" N.k III.! ; (1 it, I IL% jug (11'C Jlral n.II 'us-t1ieiue, n it pri4f"icn nt.y.fI.Jf in this case, the road to weallU is HOW.m and appreciated by the general conduct idiots in Massachusetts
; I education a lady ,
WnM.lct4uiHl SIt.t. ,. 1J.L._ 3 4'tier I Ids Cit'tjIlitl rart iiiil. r-tatiiitiugl v. Iti(11re / ho! must deny herself many: of his its toner its tamper-its uniform, ,
Swiss, u1tuI1, N&iuittwpk that theie/ore, paper,
GARDEN SEED n4 .1 and
ueuuut Iuu.1iI l1ivicuiuus 114-ie tIp warrant. occupying a high position in society,
APHESII ; Sti iit.uI eviry it. ic.tl In would seem to and aims its
] CbecIed its principles ,
L..u consistent
nun Ss atuil his portion course,
() 185!. Jaeuu ict things
1u.4j,, niud fi-el uiiirul.lt Itl''tut whoso husband of the
t they 4 it i j ** tjT.A i r> t* furtla.r Till I* event bar was one prominent
.lauljet. such an To as
ALSO, A FRESH ASSORTMENT OF GENUINE nn.I htuertju-p l a ZLIIII Inuitat '',i ti'-ulars, uid will addrehd! ine at Culmubus, Ua, 1 v.ill Is he a mechanic i In until ho dignity I and propriety. preserx-o public men of that State had two children-,
\a1111cnn(5 La.e rich ,
iuuil I 1 to bo i eimiiM l hI nrost-rved. is enough to occu-
uut(21 tliitu f never hope u.v ,
; itu'.e give my iiiunu | husband can '" ill/V -' f S.
Drugs and Medicines nnJ I H.nitonL.-oc, lil"k Silk h 'J 1 both idiotic. When the terrible convictiOn of
; Lu.p.s; j LI- j Let all V.lui f. ar dise. fd to become a time and attention ol man.If .-
( ; perw.iw they tire : in their enough master fully the any
31 ,u, ] d \ov It iiuid ., saveS capital j I'y she
PERFUMERY AND CONFECTIONARY ; ( ( ) Itu. rtji, ; this fact was first forced her, gave
Cutiub. iuiI Kidnexs. or IIadder! use I thinniedy, vith) the u, suranee and ho cannot hope to & ( inhisoflbrt to tins be added the general supervision of upon
S viss I auids ] Vu ,
uugli.li. 111(1 workman
At the Sign of the Mortar, ]'renehu; 4 4 Chintz Zl u.iI .t\ (;uuighutnis. of f u-lief, if tile ea-e i> euial le. 1 leferall to the I unless sustained by tho strictest the establishment, which most editors up all society, removed from the city to a retired -

lontoe Street,, Tallahassee, Flerida.Pt \ ;, 4.4 iLsVcldiniud1ngiishu ;lIpull I luluon] 4'ni I Ixitllf, fur u Hat of di'zIsi fur which I Itlie ,,... 41. ,>.,rt. nf hl- wife.- Is he a man newspaper have to encounter, the most wonder i i"now is country place, and devoted the whole
( niediiiie i I and f. directions.i j jI III' -- ---
lepaied wii
retxuI i >r ccono.nv j' stimulated the
of her by
mber U, 1652. J:1tflueI ; ,t1u-eau j LaIuuutli., br that property write at all." energies nature, strong,
u tf h'uluitI I xuld iecjeittuly! my that I prefer t.i H-ly upon of fortune Aviw> wife i- aware they find to
ed do 6.4, 10.4, 1 2.4l4tIuIv B1uLt.ts affection of a mother to their improve
; want fctart in undying
; ( ;:.rc tit ii.1a children a
my re1IutatituJ] tus unco a 1'hyMcian, MHCC for and that
PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY of every quility ; ]'lai'i Suiih do; I uu the last thiity years as a Minictir of the (:Jofjul.I to a fluctuates, even the wile ot a Nature tin'l Science.-Mathematicians labored .. ment. The result was that they improved

HAIITFORD, CONKECTJCUT, Brown 13-4, 10-4 mud ]t-4 hittiiurs; .1, and 4-4 bundle of ci'ililioatce, but if 1 uitint resort tx> certificates, !life : consequently will[ take care not to spend hard, for a long time, to find what fig both physically and mentally were able to
1Uec-hied aud Jirown
Capital Stock, $300,000; Table Diaper ; 8-4 and SIIIrting4 I 0-4 lirown; 4 Taliludu 10-4 Iun.k 7-u luultitudua can l c hud. LOV IL'K 1'lKltUJS.Colunibus landed whole proprietor uro could be used so as to lose no space ; and go to school, received prizes for ,scholarship,

T HE underigned, Agent of the aijoce 8-4 and 10-4 Bleached and liroxro; Linen Table Cloths; j I),.Oiu Youny, Oct in. 25.Colunihus ISUS.tSTDr. will attend to or their is not always LLICOIOO.It the wife who is to blame, at last found that it was the 5x-sided figure ; and finally graduated at one of our best colleges

Ia prepared to take risks against Fire on buiI3 Damask Napkins with every tiling ueceEoary furJIOLEEXELI ders for me. for regulating expenses of thehusband's and also that a three-plane ending in a point, receiving some of the honors which are

Ings and their contenti, on the nioit favoraUe tnn .r4t 0. All of which will Ijc Bold rcinnrkaby For Bale hy JORDAN i DAVIDSON", A e. however, not men foolishly think formed the strongest roof or door. The hon bestowed on the few. If these .children had

F. IL FLjGo low, for CA8IL Give us a call, and we pledjro income. Many the
T&lW3usee At. Quincy.l-XJan,7. l 2iiuSt iithii1 copy. to know the oy-bee discovered the same things a good received ordinary treatmenUthey would
November 1 1853. 44A ourselves, (if you purchase of us,) tu give you a full that it is not a wife's business
diflicul The is made of have passed through life wretched object of
Bonds and Liabilities when in while honey-comb up
of ago.
equivalent for your money, in poods of tLo very latest the Union Bank, of their affairs. Others
LARGE wd LOT of TOBACCO, SEGAlis I etvles and the very beet quality. : sale by c. A. COE. state deceive their wives. It frequently happens six-sided figures, and the roof is built will pity and disgust, instead of tefojf respected
SoUcxs at FOR ties
Xortinbcr 19,,1653. HODOKISS 46 4 SWTTS THOMAS II. CUICIILOW A- KIIOTIIEUS.Kwciubcr C; Slono Street New Yoik. therefore, that a wife either believe* her three-plane surfaces coming to a poiut members of society. A_ / "

2G, 1b5. 47 December 17, 1BGS. iu tf

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to religion to attempt to exe Msuonio. Arrival. .f the ElTr. -
The Florida Conference-Action on Tem exceedingly dangerous ,..

; I0rfinan & Journal. Dr. .Trotter.The that the and the Ninth Rule- cute any ecclesiastic rule on the subject We are influenced A correspondent below, by his spirited account of New For; Jan. 18/k-The Europa armed .
announcement in lat week's paper perance to make this request by the settled convictionthat
dates of the 31st She
the of the brethren of Ancient Art at Liverpool reports
We List week from the Thomasvilla Watchman doings ye
gentleman above would give a lecture on Saturday : copied the future prwperity not to say the existence of cotton sales for the week at 45,000 bales t"'I1t
'. .r- - of of the Church within bounds their recent meeting in this city. Lad saved us the necessity Pri
Lr night at the Capitol was accompanied with a complimentary ; a list of the appointment the Preachers Methodist our depend upon reported stiffer on the finer grades. .

: 1 <*; TALLAHASSEE : recommendhtk-n of Lira to pul the Florida Conference for the pre'cnt year which we the expurgation asked. of adding more to LU communication than to In Eastern affairs there is nothing important.

.; L.c"ip notice and a and Jj find on companion with a list kindly furnished us by We further suggest that it will be perfectly conrif- simply' give the iiamts of the officers chosen for the rything along the Danube ia quiet The RcsstsM V"*"
lic patronage. Since then reports injurious tent to grant our request, as there is confessedly nothing thtir
enabled to do the evidently concentrating forces Jr
Saturday January 21 ISSI. which we are through an1'
p which the Hey P. P. Smith, to be in which is all present year.
' creditable to his diameter Lave been circulated, Secretary, imperfect in the Book of Discipline at applicable Kalafat Tho allied fleet lire still In the
J. B. R-
? ob -- referred to in the C"lJowiug extract from Tuesday'sBentintl. omitting the appointment at "Chaires Rev. W.T. to any portion of tLe Southern CLurch. We therefore courtesy of tile Grand Secretary, Dr. Taylor. rou. The Turks hare raised the sieges of Kku'
; j ht'H TERMS.-Three Dollars annum, if paid iu are ask that and dead letter TLe Grand presided over by Thomas
inoperative was
per and Wakull Circuit : simply an Lodge Adrianople. The four have
Harrisou the to be
of that in supplied. powers sent .<
$3 50 if within We with the editor paper tJJ
& i mouths
; ofthe time
adA paid ix agree may be expunged which con be of no service to any Grand Master. Its officers for IBM are- Porte demanding an armistice. A
subscribing: and 4 00 at the end of the Ad- from the evidence which From the Secretary's l Idt r,wc learn that some tm new Hayward, ro'l'aiis y, )
yea. pronouncing these reports but our enemies who use it to our serious injury.P. on the 20th, that Minister Soole
l4 : ; One Dollar ofl 2 liiw for first the Preachers received into the Conference iflJ that* THOMAS HAYWARD, M. W. Grand Mast!, had h1ck-.
t.4t1 'ermet. per square bas been .l.Iwn ut, "uutnie. We Lave read were P. SMITH third duel with the Duke and been killed. ."
1 t'i Ad for all insertions. Announcement tLeConfcreuce T. N. SAIUBI. BOARDMAX R. W. D. O. iL,
' lunt rcmaiks of several well known journals and ci mincd the membershIp cf the Methodist Ceurob vitfuo. GARDNER however was doubteo. Swewfen and I '
p :; tL; candidates Five Dollars each.afwn/* The S. P. RICHARDSON.Committee.. C., c. FtrrciiEB W. S. G. W, forming an armed III
reaches league Russia
10,000. increase agsJmt
ikt t b. paid in advance. Religious, Oliitunry andM.irriape the testimony furnished by various private letters, quite W
' JAUXS W. J. O. ,
; 'll" Notices, not ex, (din 12 lines will be published' bearing the some story, and are fwitbficd that a during the year 1863 was 14 5.rrc.ious .

tST Yo enfeu of the publication of<- upn Las Wen done to him. He is fully accredited to adjournment the Conference had beforeit Particulars of the Duel. J. B. TATLOR M. D, W. O. Secretary, The Washington Prat. .

.if'if g legal any description git en gross wrong with a view Tlic vcrn'oo current in Paris R. A. SIIIXK, W. G. Treasurer, A bitter feud exists between the WaaL
,'i b of esteem aud confidence for action, the subject of Temperance following was : ti
until the fee i is : aa a gentlemanwortLy nion and
'er adverting "paid. Sentinel growing out oTTfl l
Rev. Wii. CHOICE W. G. CLaplain.A1TOINTED. principally
the general taken between the ,
should be elow in believing to recommending a change ui one of A duel has place Marquisde Tur-
____ and the public lection of Mr. Tucker as Senate Printer -
.I the French Ambassador and Mr.Sonic) the which
Leverage got AmerrenD <
ae a -
$F to Lis injury wLicli need only to be in- riles, on the subject of retailing or the
Congress. vague Minister at Madrid in which Lord Howden acted following timely remonstranca from tile Sct

ti The time; .f the Senate, o the lltbinst, was occupied vcbtignted to be proved idle and ridiculous." pjirituou< liquors by CLuicli eOlbf.'n.t the as srcoud to the Marquis de Turgot. It appears that Bro. J. II. VEHDIER G. Orator, Side Democrat. We unite with other

rt: of tLe Conference we publiJi below the report another duel had takeu between S. B. STEPHENS, O. Lecturer Southern pa
ig' by Geu. Cass in a speech Central American W* are pleased to learn that he gives another Lecture request previously place tile in adding our
1 o Uiis evening at the Capitol to be followed by a of tLe Committee to whom) to matter Was referred. Duke of Alba ant, Mr. Seule, Jun., s.>nof the Minister IL W. SUITU, !). G. Lecturer, Eastern Dist, pcrs protest to that of our Virginia eo-

b aUlU.In I arising out of the quarrel to which alluded. sometime I temporary though without hope that it will have
) ; whose) We also publish the octiwi of the Conferenceon Josrru MooaE D. G.Lecturer, Southern Dist, aay
the House the consumed in debate musical entertainment from Professor( .Affleck '
dayu a and which took place at the French Ambas effect. "Of all
ago quarrels: remarks
the Book of Discipline D. W. McCttAxiE D. G. L. Western Dist Charleston
from ,
strike ,
tile to
& upon the resolution) t present a Iword to Capt In- performance ou the olin gave such satisfaction: the proposition sador's Loll. It will be runetubered that tile Duke of Mercury, a' those that have their
motive in
certain regulations on tbeeuhject of slavery embraced All a was overheard by Mr. Soule R ALDERMAX G. Pursuivant s If-infer '
; which 174 y other di.-parag-
was finally eat, veiled with
I r gbn. ItoJk--ycu naJ : in what is known as tie UtJl Section." We iugly of the dress of Madame Soule, Lorn he compared GEO. MiLLta G. Sword Bearer pretexts principle and patriotism*
: Lj1t 14 te 12th, in the Senate, Mr. Chase presented ? In consequence of an injurious report having to of At are the most inveterate and .
Mary Burgundy. lime the Dukeof iirecowriUabX. 'ft.plain
.'" quote PO much of that sectiua aa i ia material to an understanding CHARLES RI>SELL. G. S. Deacon .
1r "H memorial from New York, ige by John Jay, Johu followed this gentleman from Alabama to this AlLa) declined the cartel sent to him on the ground : truth at the bottom is and'
ti u" the Conference. An at- R.: S. LA 0. J. perplexed eoBcealed
the action Deacon
of >U,
: JH-l Y. Hale and others, praying prohibition by, Congress place, we tender him the use of our "Columns that the quarrel 1 was a political one; but since then beseems i by the infinite trumpery disguises the
on surface._
The tempt on tile part of I the Northern branch ol the Church tolme reconsidered the) matter. Tile Bros. FKRHILI. and J. DTWITT, G. Stewards
t Lkr4 of slavery in all the Territories of the UnitedStates. next week for explanation and defence. parties i The fact b that the Union and tbe Sentinel
idle and ri. in li ti-t 1, to enforce Uiis regulation in the well known fought with email *we>rds. The) affair lasted three I ] ro. A. II. LixosAT Grand Tjlcr. were eaa*
Mr. C. wild he would not move to refer the report appears to us to he imply of an Lour. At length Mr. St.ule didatee for the printing of the Senate, and the
quarters fell when latter
.rl .1 .1Q petition to the committee on Territories, because that diculous. charges in substance, that Dr. case of IVt-Lop Andrew)led to a division of the Church the Duke with the point of his sword to his ;Lrea', The Presiding Officer in the Grand Chapter was Dr obtained the most vote Unless it can be shown
iud thai
: il2 Trotter after delivered a lecture on : into two separate or a-iizations, though the same forced his theI I Samuel Boardnion Grand High Priest. Its officers
: J committee xras opposed to the prayer; but II\e having opponent to retract It appears that one of them was competent and the other
J in Dallas County l.-e-t r rifle and f>i iin of governmcr.t. Since tilt organization Duel between the Marquis de and Mr. for incompe*
: Turgot Soule.ncn. 185
.1 fM'; that it be laid ou the table beghiug notice that at Phrenology at some point are- tent to do the work well tbe public baa
his of the Southern Church, there Las been not a little ., originated in the fame aiTiir, 10 that tIns Duke of a mighty
Alabama in 51, was nude to retract remarks J. WAnts BAKIR M E. Grand! Priest
be would refer it and High
an early day move to petitiousof ) small interest in the matter the
.. this: section Alba; by one joke about an American )lady's style of public would be
di iou for and ajiumt striking out tert
and Phrenology. >eu-i
renounce Dr. T. Y. HKSRV E. D. G. IL P
.* P* Oi" D kindred character to a select committee.Air. : dress, Las contrived to get up two duels. much relieved if the gabbling and
: snapping at Waife
;- H, From the evidence now before us wo are but it is now. believed that tL\ matUr will I* carried JAMCS E. .
Mallory) introduced a bill to repeal the discriminating ELLEXWOOD 0 King,
'; ; t":l J TLe Madrid eorre!p>ndent of the Chronicle, writing ington should cease, and the tetake
newspapers tieaj
< !.i 4: uhf' on the) tonnage Spauis-b essels.1 liefirred I convinced that the report is untrue. It i is conradicted by an oxerwLclmin) majority at the General Confer'tnec under date of Dec. 15, gives the following version of JAM u L McKixxox E. G. Scribe, selves to
,! -t i to the committee on commerce. not only by a number of private let. which met U in the Spring at Columbui) Ga.- the alLir: J. B. TAILOR, E. G. Secretary, something more interesting than the a&

:f'.t' .oJ:. Mr. Bell submitted a resolution,' which was agreed ter but by several leading pipers of Alajama TLe !'I.'t i.-II was a..IoIjltc.1 nt a time wbui the Northern A duel look place vectcrdav at 4 P. M, near the D. C. WILSO.V E. O. Treasurer. parative merits of hard and soft Democracy."

: t { and the time of Church of 'Prado between the Duke of Alba and Mr. Sonic) From the South Side Democrat.
11 of;,: to, calling for correspondence the government tfChill at same they speak branch of tIll greatly jrtp'imlernted juiu, APPOINTED.
't: ( i. .'I\ the Doctor as a gentleman in his deportment coarse Lad the I jiower to f.ijt Uf k>n tLe tuiu rity 011tli" : *>n of the United Stateenoy at this Court. The : Semper Eadem.We .

,'f1!'" '. ::;... in relation to the imprisonment of rt.ulUmer. and familiar with the sciences of .Medicine I -uLje:-t its own peculiariews.. !-conds) of the' HukeVt'rc general J. de a Cocba and Comp. II. T. BLOCKEB, Grand Marshal are then t tt to have no end of the New York tt

t lj'_,1r..:' jean seamen at Valparaiso in 1O.T'LI I the Count (If I'unonrosta; and those Mr.Soule were 1 O. M. DOX.VELL, G. C. H, fair. The internal difficulties cia State, in which
and Phrenology. Our attention was not Hie) ecticn iillud!.l t i i" iu tlieye words .
<\ : C l. Milans del 15 scli and Mr. to the I
: : Mr. Clayton lIeu ]proceeded to address the Senate < PerrySecretary D. C. I'OE, O. P. S., party spirit has been signalized by the bitterest acrimony
drawn to the subject until ju-t before; going to Jiifit.. What t-Lall l Lc done fvr the extirpation o* American legation. The parties fought with a words. from the contests of Hamilton and Burr
i and )had to the
t. the of the
.h:1.' ) on subject Cbytoii-Bulwer treaty, J. M. BAKER G.
R. A.
4t' >ress, and we will, as above stated willingly tIle Hil cf slaM-nf : but fortunately without either being wounded (as far I C. present day, are to be the theme of crimination and

1r1:t ; J not concluded ulien the Scuate adjourned till Monday.Iu mblNh a communication from the Doctor uu'er ..'III! *. 1. Wo declare we are arnnoh I\ c-ver convinced as I iin learn.:) and it ended l in tIC se-conds drawing' R. W. IA..TIf..G.l3 V, recrimination until men totally indifferent to the success ..

:'J .i.. ; t the house of IleprescuUtues a retolutioii was ( his own proper signature, as an act of jus- c-f the groat e\il i) ,.f-L \.ry : tLen-foru rxjsla\e- uj, a minute of tile proceedings us Laving been (>udijtted STEPHEX FAGAX, G. 3!. 2 V, of either faction will come to believe that a principle

: V-:;;: I passed providing for tho pnntiugof one hundred) tice l..l.Krdull Lc cliiLJe! t I. any oilural) bUiti- in our ] in a manner satisfactory to the honor and r'lt-; M.GBonr.G.iLl; V, is involved and act accordingly. Will editors
to a stran'T'r.-St'Illind. CLurcliLenjifie-r) where' the lit" Ii of tLe state in wLiLlie utatiou of )Loth parties. It was alo agreed I am told and inform us what is to be
t. r tbousaud 4f JfAI eusus to be organs expected made
I'i $ t. ,: oojiics a compenJium < : )li\c" will! admit <>f t.1Iuc'ii'a: 'JII, and paunt tLe I that thc )letters which Lave passed between them aLouldIHJ A. IL Li5DSAV G. Tyler by the operation! Will tell

.. .; i' ; prepared by Profesbor Del)..w, the !supcrinUudcut.Tlie .- American Consul to London. lilJ\'ral..l sla\e to enjoY fri (.41..lii. mutually witLdrawn. Can villification of the purest you men us in your the object ?

; l: ',: Tlie House also pas!ed, with amcuddieiits, the bill {Ift It is res.rfed, mid no 1i.uLt t tile rumor will !'I re"eived ". VVL n any tia\cllin; j>r<>:uhi: r lKeme nn owner : A letter from Madrid, dated December 17, has the MR. EDITOR:-TIle Masons of this jurisdiction held) Lave any other effect than to excite oppcsitivn country and

t; 1; ; the Senate iclatire to the disbursement of the Cl'Il U1 with pleasure, that Mr. George >. S. i.ler., (Jf a slave c.r ea! l-, Ly aui} means, lie Lall 1'i ,-it hisiui.ieri.h following: their usual annual Communication during lost week; change unconcerned into open resistance. We again
11' in this Grand and! Grand
". eLaiattt-r Li 'ur CLuriL unk- Lc execute, I regret tf> Lave to inform that the affair to city-the Lodge Chapter ask those who assume to speak by to infortn
,: gent fund of the last named bmly. Consul to London i i'* to l h o n-moved] by the Pitsidrtit i i you both having been in t"ihR.i It indeed authority
... If"" if it )Ixpia) tical.eal! gidenmuiputi of such lllIn, which I bligLtly alluded yesterday Los terminated ina was a source us and the country what is expected to be gained by
-.'.' On the 13th, Mr. Cutting, from the Judiciary Com- We quite agieevith the Hichnn-uil" Eiiyuinr iu saying j I cfmuch gratification to al!lovers arid admirers of the
': : confoiuiaLly to the laws of the htate in st Lich ho live )Lo!tilc mci-tintf in spite <>f the efForts of tIle friends this ceaseless agitation! Have the Union and Sentinel -

'l?. j.J-: raiUec reported back a LIU entitled, "a 'bill to curc that this api oiutmetjt d.ouM nevtr Lave IK-CII i tho parties to bring almut' peaceable arrangement ; ancient and honorable Fraternity, to meet and minglein thrown away the scabbard We call upon them

t 'it.; !. .- the rights of cJtiiousliip to the childrcu of citizens born : la.le. The caretr of Mr. Sander, Imwcter remark nr.'Op.T) OX TKMIT.RANCH.TJ and it is admitted) 'ri all tiilt-s that J/ird llowden's efforts intelligent fraternal fellowship body of men with as so l large assembled, respectable, and to beware. A new phrase B gradually presenting
a were togetherto
: ir: .1. out of the limits of the Unite States." This pro\'ides Ue for the development of pcr"'>inl trait Las not I ), C'mnnltop tit wL') )m wm referred the suljectvf ) to reconcile them Late been iiur<'iinttin The deliberate upon the bsl interests of our timeLonored "itself Who which shall be will raise questions bears to which the query :
M. de public printer" .
principals arc French arr.1j3 -odor comparison.
Ttirgot and
$ :' i..r '.' that nil persons born out of the )limits or juiisdu-tuu hown LiiJi !.> pf'fse-3 tliose qualities wLicli u.tia"yutitle Tcn.jH-iiiCe) i-ibrijit their np-rt. Mr, SonIc C'nitlfl5t.tf'3 at this court. ,rbI In-titution upon this OC ilDlnd eULm Los Alrf-adr a grave member cf the Lower House, one of 7

_, .1 : ;; s of the Uuit .1 States, wLo..e fathers) were, or elall l be, .' a rn:in to the confidence e>f a party, or rhih tit 1 1I I The duty a>->i.ncd your Cvmmittte i.i &LVUMI; "ndbs i i O c*"'II.I il8 of the f'-rmer Were envoy Lord ll" wdcn, and Gen- tLrc )been a Communication ni
7. .t't '. at the time of their Hrth) citizens of the United State, )am for itllci il I't 1ti.-tI. Mr. Saudtrs was known only ,1..uIJI1( tlc e'Laraetir' "f this rijKirt La !-:en. Lvmaj j[ aral Ca1ier,t'r'II.h! c'immision.r 011 the 'tindirJpesti : rn"re harmony of feeling i and concord of ntim--r.t playful roses <-f wit concealed roary a y isrm-tipped

and considered citizens of the United -I I ': 11\. lllc.a.lv l1li.iatro.l.: [ It i is nt oxj',cfiil tL: t"%'mr Mr. Sonic \attended l.y General \'aJ..ft'zlit} seemed to prevail. Several Important measures were thorn. intimated that a state of things exited at present
.' : eh.ill be deemed as a s an adventurer in W;.ll street, xiLcn )Le startled the introduced and sanctioned both by the Grand Lodge
:. C1I1'IItlc1')1,111' ) I'trer :trguiwnk tu c''nTiii<*e.l1I1V thatintelnl.railce : Senor B. A. de Gamsudo.; : The dut-l took this | in Washington wtich. if true, would be as dijgr3'eful -
.1' place
f :. States: provided, that the rights of citizenship with tLe invtctive of Iii, filiLuster Heiew. and Grand Chapter-measures which it L> corJIdenUy |
j. : iT oimtry crazy I i i-* arm oil, tlut its bligl.tlrg iii.d: 1 witLcreiJ I i morning \\itL pistols, at twenty puces, the parties t as I h would be ominous of eviL
3., : '.. riiall not dcveul to jicr."' \vhoe fathers ncer rc- \ Another
j'I 'j;. ;..,:: eidcd in the.United JsUte*. It also ])rovides that ppropiiate tLe gl.>rr. ltv an in.i!i>crimiiiaty ) ti. utint; I iHjvuty, t-Lam-, di-ji.ce; and death lIe ': pa.-t clovin. TLe rir't fire took place without effect. mote the prosperity of Masonry a'e'and in our young and j I I toned democrats of the country into a position totally
beautiful State. dele! member united
:: tLe atttni'anliCif ii.cLriutioii. Xr i < i it 1'1't tcil. that i I On the second tire, M. de Turjofr shot tLe Every repugnant t"their wishes their principles, or the
4 .If.J. when a womaa not a citizeu of the United) State?, i.; (,f assault oil cery man of cir.inent htation nnd! 511u. : was through in glowing account e f the zealattf'nti"D to'
we aJi.ill; that 'lli vu-e ,.f is i icauo giving a sentiment of which the and
ft nrjiie teuiji-r.iu.x1 a glCod .ll'C.I near the knee )Le was renwncd they are rerresentatfves.%
: married to citizen, the bha'1 be deemed be a citiZen rious character in tIC] Democratic SandribHJII :I ; immediately the of Masonic duties e"n tLepart of Ma- 5
t a : performance
:L party, ; tliat t ).as elu-ctod ni'i' L j" '
,. ;'...1",' of the United States. The bill was read: a eecond "< became quite as famous. as 1'1.111 1I-f ' log i is now a good deal l swollen ; but as it appear sons in all section! of the StAte. but m'JreiJ
t I Jt > and third time and pas"e.]. ulian.]! ']lie Dimoeratic Rex iew vaa r"a.lltl! talked .I tol I. ar-tLoc are linitcil! ILII., this hattIe! Las that the kne-e-cap was nut touched and n') principal ill the Eastern portion of our jurisdiction. In that democrat relieve that to earn the epithet of faithful,
4. ., _ _ I tince b'fII and} : flourishing section of our State, Lodges arid Chaptersare it is essential and
..... ... $ aljoLt, au.} Sanders) ofmltfdl ,11"n un'Lt ""II The inullijvut trwrni ;- artery wounded, it tru-tvd that Lis state is not one to swear by every act every opinion -
acquired a IUIIIP; tliougli and healthful .
in with
a steady impetus.TLe -
'I rtftinn : of administration. If the honest
haic l f ,
Je t'liipt-raiKv "<.n >rc-dL, < w- of danger. Mr. Soule was not wounded.It an so, sooner
: t Jethrocottcn Seed. '. l inijK'rt, in the jioliti.il ,,.rld. In tL cjiiref (-\.r rluituntly. to jklJ!.] tLise '': :. They hare material is good, anal we learn they generally men leave such a party the better for their reputa

,-.. .-.1. :,: See the advertisement: of Mr. Jones, (If Buike Co., f Lis brief career n* jounmlUt, he did! morcti dfttroy U.in diive-n to the outjMrt-, r.tid! Ian LOW lurtifvitig take care to tvle well tLe outer d')T. allowing no one tion. Bet such is not the cose. The experience of all
that the scheme for
pt."; .. f'. ;' d Georgia, in another column, giviiig maw intcrettingfacts the orgauization prity
f. t- : ith to this coltou and to tinij'-li I It Ui-orje the duty of all \.(,i citizens, cutting off theVcst) and adding it on to Alabama) n-1 -tand! the test (tLe square,1 I he level and the r luml- our own party demonstrate that the highest mn in

1.L".L" .. w reflect projciwug coul.l 1 repair by u long )life of dili;ouf devotion l-i it* 1':1Iri..t"l'l.il.llti.rf: pist, eLiisti.Mis' and) 1 m-rj ,.f good docs not meet with entire fator from the Alabama) And may we always gua'd apa'rtt: receiving'-: : it may err in policy, nay more, in pneip1e, and that

: \..'. :. :. ,_' supply planters. in every dir 'Cliua with aced at a reasonable -, jtcrcsts. With fuch antecedents it was to us a flatter a'rder to I ally '" tin gi..I ltausc. and \\Ith i.utt-d, front, I preTLe SVIrna Xnttinfl rljceta to tie proposition mong ia thoe h-j canm.t *ell and worthily stood tLe no patriotism, however lofty, no foresight however

,! r.: ". COit."f __ of surprise and vexation that lie got the appointineut rnaroli Lol Jly! up] and di-uiand an uucfuLliuiial. ur- : tile iippLcati of the e tt" -l3. accurate, no talent however profound, or however varied -
0'1 ground that die is of little value AcTL
: --,,. of Consul ten.lfr. country On Thursday evening the Grand Lodge closed its can nave men from those infirmities of will ocfall.iws

1L.4-f .' The Florida Bonds. to London ]klieving: Litn capable: It is not the qtitti n whether rncrnl) hunai:'.n is the ac M.'ntg.'YiI0ry Join'nul denies this and adds! : The 11I..r;. one c.ftLe last duties performed being the installation jtnlgment! of which hun nity is liable.

) : :.. Tlte reported action of the I joint commission now only of miBcLief, we were eoufiktit! that he would l I-t. iii"il rd.able :iti<4 only .u':(...-ful rnuntluit ca'i !eeti"n alluded) tf ei>ii'>i-fs('f t tie rn.'st valuable timbered of tLc rand; OlEcers elect for the ensuing Will tlie exponents of opinion at Washington allow
J 't 4, :[r tJ titling in London, in allowing the llorida IJcmd asvalid tcize the earliest (ipp<->ituriity to bring discredit! ntLe be employed in this \\..rk that \'\:r t''IIIltlrtIre to t lands in the country awl tin.Ixr of tho description twelve months. After the of )labors members of the Communication and visitors- us most respectfully to suggest that ILL matter has

.t'of: { \ discretion of the Proident The, event Liu justi- di.4U-4. \\*C d!,'inprid: in tLc "..;'1" ,,1 J1H}\ !;ixl e'itizens were closed muiiy the gone quite far enough ; that, by some remote possibility
; J!I claims against the I United Statesvns I.re1flattre44.1f'3. ruoirt iu demand, and which readily) finds a market, sat down to a plentiful and luxurious repast at the the of states become tned cC
.r; j : : led of tIle piope-r nutLoritie-i, an i r';li'!. We dc- people thirty may
!last maduknown ] our IlpI'rd The commission Lad not at the account mund% >,{ rLe law IJI;.kill; j""W" r, pintw:ti"ui;ii&i-t the foreign. ; an eternal allusion to one; that possibly an honest
WllllJJI tLan) )Le bccaice the cuufcderate and intru t..iif..tdv f.nl! uiid .. Ji which and of i.eh iminen.-e Mr. GodLold having exerted his best endeavors toftuiii.h democrat disagree with the administration on a
j'te tlieirdeei-n.i > TLe n'p jit grt-w out of Uic mere L'rcat'tt m -t -:1-t n:oallct', pine grows so luxuriantly : may
nc'jt of the thou'>aid, rc olutiontttand conspirator that Lu e\treir-c-l: ] tltr I.II'PY> cot.I.ll. size in that is in deman 1 anti before his table with every luxury to be obtaint'd.Ti .- point of patronage ; that Washington is qolte large enough -
i .. .: "' itgZ'tio/i on tIe jmrt of the I>'nd holders, tLat the) [ rjri >n preferred banquet waihici.l after tie example! of tLe (;,a'd
who the ttreeta .! tLe 13iiti.-L) I/iw: "I are proft- .c1l 1 ri.nle I lur tl.e rot ftiO: f.f the to afford room for two democratic printing offices -
throng ( nietroM In- ) j
and allowed wLcro the matter I > is. other) variety Ly all commercial nati"ius andInrgp L"Uesof bmdSouth Carolina,New York.Jtf. if.
d.1ilhl be
any ,
; oS:L1. I recognized I !life d..lflt.t"r. nil 1 >-jtrt\\ flf ntzeriaiiiiiriv-, I and a half. even three ; that Mr. Hooter may
+ j [ c\Cr.\
Uad of a "l-er and decent dUclnrjje; flf thc ditties] cfLii : ] and] where tLe cu..t lias been ob-
J'L rte'd to France otherjuris'hcti..us. 'm
: bCClllS U Lc rE:tiu;. ih 4,'" 'IIII"t Le cnn-i.-u.th grai.te I Jo tn- (111 lc- q-iantitifs are n-nv esp" Eiglar.d: n.it Lave voted for Mr. Tucker, as a rebuke to the

-...1-r: .i :! tfli<,e, Lc exhibited the spectacle of a di.101aticC [ ; I titq "ith) the inttre.-ts, pfi.t"'-. or tafitv of 'anotlicr.j nnd to mi.t of the iintii-ns on the continent As non' served rrerl1 time iruroemorial. The reunion was Administration; that Senator Cass or Senator SlxleU

t-i. Appointments for Florida. unctionary et-nsoi ting vviUj cut tLioatti au.](.uthw9an.l] TI..t-e \.< fed I ji iti rie\e-l! :at 'Jj-s! I..j mt l h a\cjust M communications are l''f'U.J) vitL the s"a ci>a,t plea-ant. and! profitable, for the and interchange did time and of hter-1 may have voted for Gen. Armstrong purely on per
1 oat fetlins' ; an-1! feutiriient. sonal and
been made for the ovtrtLrow of vitliihieh ground- di-uand: I i j-r tecti"n. !1\! .: foil\\in.j lire grounds finally that the present or prospective
The inruents have C nopiritig goveinmvnts
: : W.l ; l1owiug Bj'iK> : these :lands w ill Le immensely valuaLle. Of which permit it would be a grateful task to place action CongreM 'furnish ground-
Mime : ; -:4 Florida, Raw 1 learn tLruugb r'rivute fcourcc : I _t1 Lis country. i3 at jtcaoe._ And_ not u tLat_(_11)IJe) u bate_ I traflic in t'n l tIUUII l liuaoisin'iiM: m.iy I I*: -i.Mtip i srrItt. I allure aware who have travelled through that sec curd SOTDC of tLc niany good: things said all sung.- portentious columns editorial quite as sensible and

;u 1':1: 1'aul }McComick lU-giitcr of the Land Office at ; become Uje corrc"j o dcnt of thc >cw York Herald It i is a uH'Jit moral aiidsuc I emIindadi..guot- tilJa. Tile Gulf: is moreover the natural 'Ijoandary cf Suffice it to say that after the Lealth of -iL W." TLos. not half as boring aa eternal changes rung on coalition -

i JitrJ 1 i ;; Js ew'nausville, vice Samuel llu.st-ll, deceased.JoLu 'i and tLr<.ugb tLat medium indulges Lis peculiar ]>rociicitic8 -. in? I1lIirall':"\ TJio f.ic-t that taxiart- deinandrd in Alabama, and the narrow slip cf Florida which belts Hayward% Samuel, Grand n..anlman.Master of :Masons Grand in Master Florida"; ""Otber R. personal preference. tc, ta
: Deputy
I '.. :1 O. Ileardon, Receiver of Public Moneys I and 1 ) iii j iomoting; tLe cause of evolution and all! tIe States i-f I llioc ,\h./ ini:e I', tlc retail trotlic, the Gulf coast, is out of place and vastly inconvenientin Grand Officers, present and absent;" Our; absent Correspondence of the-South-Side Democrat.
; I I ia cIIlJf.o.i..n i tl.ul: it is an evil au.ln! nuisu.cr., Jf tIe
I, ;1l1.b, ,. ..:. \. Office, Xewnant\11e. ilibu'-teri.m. WitL clnracttriitic modffty )Le attach-! law.making per can jr) 'LiLit t (T ,snpprfs[ one evil ornuNar.ee. many respects, L--IL to that State and AlaLama. friends ;"* The members of" the Craft' wheresover" dispersed WASHISGTOX, Jan 4, 1834.

1'Ii ) J'1-: :' John C.I'eM. Land (Timber !) Agent, Eustt-rn District l'll his name to )hAlo lette-ifl, and Urns gives the eanction it may ari.'tLci ; and .f tin- |l.t'e'l.l" liave aright f Both Stated would) derive great advantage from the the around the globe and; The Brethren Ladie A&wereiivcn. after An affecting incident occurred to-day at the Nary

.Lj S"U&t .v _ ofllcial 1 Authority to Lis inctudiary cfimmunicatiors- I i t4i dun-uid: ) prottxlimi; in i.t!.. r coses they Lave proposed measure." hearing Bro.Companions MuCrauie !iug" The Masons dispersed FarewclL"rittcu Department A young and accomplished lady wu -

1 "- The go\eniUienta against w)L..rn our London Consult a ri;Lt to demand it fn tli, ra,e al->o.2nd. \\ by Scotland's gifted Lard and our fellow to see the Secretary relative to some suspicions which

!'-1z< .\ <' The San Francisco. i i. preaching a crusade )Lave \.ry niiturally taken (T--I Jlllell'IIf''aU'CI. -t'i a 111'11tnx upi-ii the 'Then.liu..tl.lu} Star states that an effort will be ..I Craftsman, Robert Bum hung over the legality of the- ceremony of her recent
From the iu tile Savannah Republican people. TLe Lrg< r jx-r lion i-f the taTj collected)] annually and marriage with a Lieutenant in the Naval Service.
MfQ- following diratch Thus ended Communication pleasantly profitII.Lly"pl'nt. -
fence at )lila conduct, and unl...s arrested iu Lis career fiom Uie to civil oCioerat'i made to amend tile Nebraska territorial bill, so as to a She
jc-nple that
f goes t'ul'l|cirt That all meet again alike states some months since, she was conducted
dated the it would tl4 end we
E f J :". : Jti"- ICtb cem an lie may disturb tLe friendly r. J.ition* of this country.- execute t!ho )laws ngain-t clurJt'III'I'Jt: is couce- annul the :Missouri Compromise within the limits of "ccai.M. and in a like may spirit of harmony.upon friendship to a house in this city and there married to her sup

rbft.i Las been finally put to tile painful ubccrtaii.ty as to But )Le will )Le Fuuflcd out. II is said that lIe IVf-i- dt-d we t..licIIJ.t nine.\jntl.: .if tliost' who fill our Nebraska, during its continuance as a territory ; and and brotherly love is the heartfelt wish of a posed husband, by a person, ostensibly an Episcopal

4:2iz.ti: the fate of thIs tiicamc-r. SSLc) i iu )lot, and with her a dent vi'.l revoke Lis (-vmnll- -ion\ that the Senate j-ii'-s! and j pnitintiaiii' -?, nnd end their eii"tu.ce upon that the elT"it will probably successful. A COU TRY MASON. Clergyman- -that rings were exchanged, and tor a

tt. number cf Lumon Lcicigs Lave: found a I he "clt )r..I.! are t the \idilil: of iiitcmjn I raneeJc would short time they lived together when he waa smMcnly

.. .ltt,. t|1 large waterygrave. \\./uld ifj<:t )Lis nomination and that tho 3iitiL a work of fiijw rrr'g'ati" i I., say that a tax CI'l'I1 The Sonora IillilJusla8.WJ.olliugt4ln letter to Ai ..ifi and the Ti rkiihLoan..-The Vienna cor" called off to the Pacific. Doubts have been raised *

jovercmeutvill recall Lit ei. quitter unless Lc Lo re tj" Hl' and r TiCcaM oiliztiin fi.r tin purp-te i* nnjui, to the Baltimore Sun says :- to the legality of the marriage, and she entertains. i

t MV- CiiARi.r.sro'c, Jan. ICth. moved. while the Jaws primit and licm-e tln...c exis-ting e\ils.! The diwrnetfnl details of Walker fillibuster respondent! of the Times writes :-It is somewhat out dark suspicion that then baa been an imposition practiced
expedition -
1 !_ t- ; u The etcnmt-LIp San Fiaucidon, which Will IIcltn some : ,. )IiiUr.ijc'inncu i is dangerotia to our civil and J 110- against: Lower California! enly, serves i>t .. of place hero to mention the opinions that prevail relative upon her. Immediately on hearing the laJr's

1. : ; time fciucc in a dicabU-d omditiun) foundered on the Arrival of the Baltic utica) in-liti.tioiiJ. Jti-i ; known tLat there id a very trengtln-n the conservative feeling of the community. to the share the United States may take in thc narrative Secretary Dobbin, with that energy and
4th iiist and two I.uudl c.llWd forty of her passengers lance lai'S of our [imputation: e-jxcially! in large cities, Fast meu" will soon Lu ut reasonable discount. I Lissi.i-Turkuli difference, but it is generally believed uprightness of character for which he is justly distinguished -
were diowned-nin'mg them Col WftiJiinglon, Maj. The Etcamrr Baltic with J.i rerpl.loldattll tn the 261h wlm can \\i iulliK'ne-e-l) l la y the offer (.f drink to ueiL peremptorily ordered the Lieutenant to report

0 I i-'. ( Taylor and \ife, Capt. Field,olitdicn, tLi ee children, f! eceiuL, rc.1dJcJcw YoiL on tLo ISlL in ta'it.- ) 'ir frii.<-Li-e) to *upj>ort any M.HI tor mcasuro. Tliey lJo..Unl.-11le reported escape of Smith O'Brien that sLould France and England decline to take the in person, to him, at as early a period as possible -

itp .. aud one hundred and fifty Unites J States Troop She reports sale* of cotttm f,., the three days jneviom, talk! and! Lo,-t clf fi.t'cJ.m. hut it is a mere name-they from Van Die-man's Land b doubted Sii Lucius 0'. Turkihh loan, tLe United States Government would ; declaring with emphasis that if it did turn out

; i Maj. Trice and Lieut Winder(there were two Lieu- Ire flaves to the U rint; aKi.l.nl. Let t.2ecun.vd tmrtfcLc ; seize such favorable of securinga to be true that he bad practiced a fraud open tie
4.1T.I.k to her Railing, to Le 1 fJ I) L.li-s, tLe market closing Brtcn, of Dioinoland, thc Exile's brother having had eagerly a opportunity
: tcuauts of this name on tard the Sau Fraucisojj) ;pr >LH}.itd iiii'](fleIf the greatest dangers to our poor girl his name should be stricken at once from
t''L4 Lave arrived at New York. IJculs. Winder auti very firm. in"tltuti"I..oill Lc rcm''\-d. no information of tLc fact at the time the hit steamer footing in Turkey. Your Paris correspondent recently thc roll of the navy. Jcsira.A .

Chandler are on board the cLip Atlantic bound) to Liverpool. ; Eastern Affairs. 4th. IntompcriiK-c: greatly retard the progress of sailed. wrote that the loan was likely to be taken at -

'( .The others are on board the brig Kelly bjuud I The Overland India Hail !In.t 1 arrived l. and 'brought jnoial ft fi>im. 'JLis will be "rrai'ilr: o luc(tl.l witLoutarfjurnect. The Irituan.-Tbe N. Y. Express says the Ericson 60 w ith 5 per cent, but a private Constantinople letter Sad &.jht.-Jn passing up Broadway yesterday

(::4:; tO The JlohtOO.mail brought by tLe Wiliiiington boat tLis morn Le:) intellitfeuvetliat the Shah, flf 1'crMa )Lad left Te-lic- Law Ui'kci s ought to Lc fiicndly to this illlcl'l'l't. -. "worked on and worked ou,-but doubt hud from a good source says that the Porto is willingto ; afternoon, about 4 o'clock, when all the world was en

mil, with SO.OOO cavalry) I.Uc contains full
141.f ing pirticulara.A 6tL In'cmprmncp endangers life and It disappointment arc increasing about the experiment" pay per
cl-loo of ammunition, to :a-ojjerate with Jlu,sia property. drunken man by the arm. Hit face was bruised and
A dated two to the above }111I1'! bf<'n inliinatcd nLovc, that nine-lentLs criminal -
dispatch days previous of tLe thick yeiLHe
ngniuht and hers concealed by a
Turkey. A correspondent of the Charleston) Courier says, The Reported Mexican Treaty. dirty ; was very
says that several hundred of tLe passengers Lad been The Shah Lad also \11'1-11,1, influence to persuade calSl'i in our t InvLiiatioii' is Uic liiot in there is no State in the Confederacy which presents Tlic Union thus emphatically disposesof
htrii tLc dowuvard Washington
.t i"1 taken off by vessels. The flip) Lad leaked eiuce the ; Dost MaLornuied to j join the ulliauce \\ith himself and bacco-juice trickling from the corners of his mouth ;
U<.*- .ia. way ainl gurnLKra, robbers, lUll i murdcrciv, receive : greater permanent inducements to the emigrant or the Xe\v York Herald's story of the negotiation ofa the looked like a picture of despairing Pity, with the

"&' 25th ult, and it was very difficult to keep her nflont It is staled positively that' :'it UIP Lattle uf Sinojx1, tLoir l frt ]It-&t-CIIJt' there. I capitalist, than does Florida at this time. trl'nty'ith Mexico by Gen. Gadsden : I fears trieklingfromhereyesWeglaneedatthestag-

? It is fatatcd that the Lad been scuttUd by M mc Ceud. the Ja oudiL, a Uussian 'JO)' ihi1 was totally tie- W. fear that the time Las not yet arrived, nor it the pair-the one weak from intoxication, and the
fun; p. notice gering
tv; pnLlic n.ind prcparvil for all the dllu11l Lit h the TLo l'.ree1ainIanufactUi ing Company: of Bonning- It i is seldom that we deem it necessary to otherVrom shame and anguish, with the feeling that
Among those bavcd are Cut Gates CuL Burke, Major blro'cd.511C! was attacked |J..y a Turkish frigate and I u the) fabrications wLich constitute the staple of the intelligence
Licut. Van Uic: two blew uji to:.' tLcr. 1 FiiMidi, t.f$ tonijx-ianc'jdcsin' toMcefiited.: TLcd: rkurgLt t.n. VL are to commence the manufacture of that article New York earth has no sadder sight than that presented by a

ii Merchant, CapL Judd, Lieut. Fremont The aid-de-camp cHhe 1'/ kid Admiral "ho was of, iIitunI.razio Ln< I lun unoe drawn his aLe! at Graniteville, S. C., early iu the spring. Clay sent from Washington to the But occasionally heart broken wife leadjpg her drunken husband, ia

Voort Lieuts. W.A. & C. S.Winder }'hij W.Murray. wounded Siuope, Lad died! flf hit \\nundrt. I curtains over the tnitidsf"f> the people, ; but we ccnfiduitly suitable' ) for that manufacture being abundant there. Herald we bv feel some forced of its to correspondents.interpose lest imposition maybe open day, through a public street-JF. Mirror.

und their families. J.iuan: 1'aslia )Lad Lad his v.unded limb amputated, lditlmt tLe morning "tar, tlC LarLiiig>r of An instance of this kind is presented m

and nt last accounts was Kin ; in a critical condition.TLe a tri4hlter lla\. )Las ari. en ub>jvu the lm.ntll.rlu.; The ferry-master at Detroit says, that at least nine practiced.formal and announcement made a few Tallahassee Market.
the emphatic
Fires in New York. TurIJ.-L ))1111 at Sinop.-, in sLip", etc., waa tsUnmtcd and daiknosK flees and light breaks forth. Your Committee hundred fugitive slaves crossed at that ]point into days in the Herald, to the effect that Mr. Gad
confidently believe that) in )less than twenty ; ago COTTON.January 21, 1854.-The receipts cf
A fire occurred iu New York on the 8th inst by at 20,000,000 piugtrth1,600,000. Canada during the and two hllu.rcIIllDd sden Lad concluded a treaty with Santa Anna for the
J:1: I ltugs!ia Lad] made two )lc\i. of recruits on Poland. years, the trailiu: in spirituoua )liquors will Lc regarded post year; with Mexico, and that this article during the week amount to 423 bales,which

tiLicli that splendid building known as the lletropoli The European residents at iJniyrnu; Lad: conlriLuUd u, an evil of a by-jjnue and LarLarous age. filly are said to Lave crobscd over from Cleveland.Mrs. settlement is of various before matters the President We deem itproper U a decrease of 619 bales, as compared with .the corresponding

tan hail was consumed as well na the newly erected 200,000 francs, for tIle Jmrp.e of raising a baud of If your Committee Lad time, they would )like to saya Amelia Opic died recently, at the ageof eighty- the treaty to state now that there is not a word of truth in week of last year. Since the reception of
Volunteers to tLe few words about the course pursued by those merchants and the moils on Wednesday, a fair demand baa ex
llouae"-one of the most magnificent Lotels join lurkud army.The is fabrication outand out, very
La Forge wLo. fur the Lone of' cam: in the wnv uf .*llin! five. tile jlatcment,_Uiat. it. a '. _f ___. _r 4 v_ _.'.*n isted, and we have to report the sale of 519 bales, ftt

t i' in the country. Its coat was over $600,000. Sovthtrn 1tit'alor.TLe 12th volume of this goods kofp ardent *piriU for; the use ()ftj irton1. The Free Slates have a majority of sixty-six mem- may which be regarded from as fair the specimen samo source 01 uii.in U*tho mo same uc o prices which show an advance of full \ to i on the

The low by this fire was very heavy and ouly partially with the i ers. Suftice it to say as our, opinion, that they do n hers in tLc House. appears" quotations of last week.
monthly cotnmttcc January
covered by insurance. The }{'!. Laniers I vast deal of injury, and deserve and eLonld meet the quarter. _ _ SEA ISLAND.-We have nothing of any importotw*

r : formerly Macon and others, were to have opened uuuibc-r. We Lave so oftci.. called the attention cf I unqualified] dinapprobutiou of all good citizens. During the year 1852, the Irish in tho United Suicide.-Dr. S. C. Bellamy of this County (says to report as to this descri ption. B. 4 H.HODS. .

planters to the Cultirator, tLut) : it would be superfluous Your Committee )havehad under consideration the Seals sent homo to their relatives in Ireland .1,001000 ,- I
La Farge Houie on the 10th. in resolution of lIe Missouri Conference (.u Urn subject of 'the Morianna Whig of the 31st ult,) committed suLcide
to We
repeat praise. only
expressions eay sterling, equal to 5000OuO..
The N. Y. Herald gives .following particulars temperance ; we truly sympathize with our Western on the evening, or night of Wednesday last under -
that the is
f now present- a good time to subscribe. A tins bii .
of the narrow escape of Mr. Lauier and family from brethren en subject We know that great difficul- the following circumstances, so far as we can at
new volume begins with new year. Daniel Lee, M. D, ties frequently grow up in the Chinch from the imprudent A new Feature Shows-
Agricultural been visitti OF ST. MARKS.
being burnt to death: learn. The deceased making a TORT
I1 and D. llomond Editors; W rf. Jones, PuLlibLcr Au- ue fpirituous liquors by Church members. present
1. One of the proprietors of the botel Mr. Lanicr with Your Committee submit the following resolutionsfor We find the following announcement by the Exeo- Tallahassee crossed the Chattahoochee on his return ARflTVED
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$5 his family ooutJctiug himself, wife, eon and granddaughter juita Oa.-Subscription pric.1 00. adoption.Renolvfd ntivo Commitle of the Southern Central Agricultural home. The morning after crossing. be was found Jan. 13.-Brig Ann C. Pratt Driakwater, 'e1r

t ;11., occupied the bowl at the time of the fire, The Soil of the Atoi //. 'I.ill excellent monthly also That the cnsuinj General Conference cf Association of Augusta published in the Sentinel of by the ferry-man upon, or near the steps of the ferryman's York, to McNanght : and were aroused from their lumbers by the suffocating the M. li Church, South Le Yerk
retiuested to the ,
Brown Parka from
;I amoke. AU of them were fortunately caved. commences a new volume with the January numer. rule on temperance, so as to proLibit the manufacture change that city. This is certainly a new feature in agricultural station with his throat cut with a razor. The Jan.Beanl 14.&-Denham.Brig GOT. ,

When they rushed from their rooms they were enTcloped [> It; ia deservedly populfii as an agricultural all a. nle or use of Il'irituoulliqoors as a beverage by our Exhibitions. Wo wonder if the field of compe- deceased has been exceedingly intemperate for ,ears to Steamer James L. Day from Key West

iu clouds of smoke darkening every thing tant. Subscription price san." as tho Cultivator |1. Church members. tition is open to other States besides Georgia I IMa. past, and was most probably laboring under delirium BELOW.
r around them. Tbo family, after groping about for Jietolted, That our thanks arc due, lint Premium List of *> ****
James M. Chambers, agricultural; Editor Charles A- are hereby EDITOR :Appended to the tnment at the time. Jan 17.-A scbr. flame unknown, supposed
., come time, were enabled to escape through the la 1 tendered to Elms Blackburn. Eso., of Monlicctto, Fla, the Ladies Deportment aro tho following premiums board oil for thc light boose.
', dies' entrance oa Broadway excepting the SOD of Mr :, Peabody Horticultural Edil,-'. Mr. P. is the well and others, members of tbe last Legislature, f Jr.their offered by private Gentlemen which will be awardedat -S WENT TO SEA.

I Lather who for a long time was unable to find any known Strawberry man. Lennox
,i. egress from the burning building. After groping Lit Columbus against the evils of the liquor traffic.T. Itnn,1Mm. 3d inst. a fire broke out in Jacksonville FLv in the and and con*
Oeorgia..A'migration ____ I 1.I.. P.A.. : 1:1: 'DJA1.. tn ( rth.. Orleans, with 25 passengert, 70 negroes,
.v., .1. tit Itt. nf tlifl LOIUA till nearly suSicxsa L. a CUl&MflI, kJfltI Vt U".v .v -- ----
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? HSJ"" '-- -- ---- -- --- -- -- 'i UAHUHER, and finest Babe two old. warehouse of Mr. T. O. Holmes, which consumed the siderably freight, from St Marks.CLEARED.
made- kit toward years
'toed be discovered a dim light way A. PEKLEll
to Zierida.-jtie Pensacok Gazette 2d. 25 for the handsomest worth of belonging .
scaffolding at Premium Silver itcher f building and some $1200 property w
and found it U a I J. *
it. to temporary PEELER. *
$ the third which upon ho crawled, and then fainted ia noticing the successful csti.blinLment of the semimonthly and finest Babe one year old. : to the different parties. The total loss is about Jan 14.-Brig E. Remington, J. Sawyer, 2G
story, CommitUe. cotton,
upon bale
toBnxlie & Pettia with 711
4- fur tho handsomest York
3d. ,
Premium. Silver Goblet $10,
from ubAWl on. All the clothes he saved were .. ) mail steamship line between New Orleans and finest Babe six mouths old. J2000.: Among Uw sufferers are Messrs. Crane &Richards cases leaf tobacco, 4 bales bide, 1 belL

those be had ou. AU day yesterday he was lying in and Key West via Pcnsaeta ApalacLicolo 8t ACTION ON T11E NINTh RULE. who lost some 1200 worth of hides and skins. Jan. 18.-Schr. Elizabeth, Wflliaoi*
The in domestic fabrics-the ,
of las children
eotertaiuoJ be clothed
a dangerous situation, but Lopes are Marks CeJar Keys and Tarnjt Bay remarks that To the General Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Premiums to be awarded under the direction of the with 595 bales cotton, 10 CMC* tobacco. 150 bi3boxesnidze.
ultimate .
recovery. A. O. Brown wa selected by a democratic Brodie A Pettn.Sf .
the advantages resulting fim thra lucccssful effort Church South : Executive Committee. The Hon. Coosigned-

Captain McKay, tk,.tmilder and owner of the Great Are being felt along the Gulf (.>alt of Florida, in en. The Florida anuual Conference through an appropriate ,I caucus held by the members of the Mississippi PORT West, W'ud S'nde'-
Bark Cleolia
Republic, baa ieeued orders for immediate prepararatioM couroging a wealthy emi 'l'ati.n from the ugar and Committee,.respectfully memorialize your hone Hon. J. J. Cnttendea was elected to the U. S. Sen Legislature at Jackson on the 5th instant u their Brigs Ano ,O.Ingrahiat. ,lskvit.r; clOV. BtO

: .t be made fur the laying of a keel of another cotton BUitet of Alabama, Mih.lB ippr and Louisiana orable body to vhieli expunge relate from to the the book of discipline ate by the Kentucky Legislature on Friday the 18th candidate for U. 8.Senator. GOY Foote U reportedto Parka; C. A. Coe. Habbardl : Am FIIInDSY

and securing a portion of he "O.JJotbenriae all those parta subject of slavery inst The Democrats Toted for Governor Powell have left on the lame day for California. The ei Schr. Nerista, PoWilliam Vail, De1iic
t Tcrnl;. be built preciMl,1imi11r j in CTATJ respect to population that We respectfully tuggeat that .slavery 1 a State intitutioa Dyiis.

; the pla e(tk, OUt deaUoied. be faductd to go'to 1'tUl.- Iud it it therefore wholly lmpra ticalge and TLc Tote stood CriUemlea 78, Powell 60. I i I lection was to bate taken place about the 101k *; Majnolif



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; O2VStT3IP2FJJJ.JUTloN: ; every body knows is For Sale. United States Patent Office. Fresh Groceries. BEEBE ft CO. .. .. Wines, Syrip*, Ac.

It commence* and so WASHINGTON, January 2, 1851. ROM N.w Orleani, Scr. Petto" FASHIONABLE HATTERSj
d.e.: pit-grew tubscriber offers for wV at Hickery Hill F per LD Hard Fresh Daba
liiuJoow a r i tliat tnifcre one is aware of it, the lungs JL Madison County,three likelvXcgro Womcune O N the petition of James" Rowe, of Tampa Bay, 10 Cak do Bacon, 156 .BKOADWAY NEW YORK O, Old Port,Brandy, Claret. .

Sgner-the Florida, praying for the extension of a patent 2 Plain llama, Madeira, Old Port Jnic
re tO iduces an infartation, ana in a other two excellent House Servant". Alsn. a fine pai'' granted to him on the twenty-fourth of April, 1640, S Tierces Sugar Cured Hams, WI introduce the Spring Fashion for gentlemen's Sherry .
JfJS ict said he be d.td. of 2 Boxes Beef Hats, ou Saturday, Feb. llth. The Hat Sparkling Cider,
or *. it or of Match Horses, well broken and young. Persons for an improvement in macluues for crushing bard Tongues, London Porter.
few For all troubled with cough >rCOJ of 80 LJ's-tPIautV'| Extra Flour is extremely light in its appearance, and better adapted Scotrh Ale.Bnuxlr .
wifhing to buy the above drseiiption of pn>jHriy! 6ultaners, for seven years from the expiration aid Brandy Peaches, Cherrie
Would refiT to the ndveitisemenl.an 70 bbla. Superfine Flour to the Spring and Summer seasons than any style ,
-. .0 would tlo well to call on mo IMH-II. For further j>articulai'R patent which takes place on the twenty-fourth April ,
Raspberry San&M
lung 3 Hbds. Brown have heretofore issued. The increased demand Syrup, ,
Judm Chemical Ex- they
s Sugar,
OUtL11 of thi* paper addrtvH me at Madi?"n C. H. eighteen hundred and fiftyfourIt "
cn the Of Cheil! and Lungwott," wbk-h l* said to l*> a Jau. 21, Jc64. 3 2t J. W. W. MARIISALL. is ordered that the said petition be beard at the 40 bbls. Rectified Whickey, for their bats has induced E. t Co. to enlarge their Strawberry Lemon ,- Yreiib" Lobster,
Wt f'r tlii awful dieae. iso crg Turibe Patent Office on Monday, the 2Uth of March next, at 2 do Moiwngfbala Wbi' ey, manufactory, and they'can DOW assure their customers a
rert&iU 20 half bbls. that all orders will be promptly executed, and the Ginger Salmon,
grcat remedy f. all jiscuse vf the Notice. 12 o'clockin.; and all persons are notified to appear Monongehala Whiskey, Fine Apple a
ie B& 10 boxes Star Candles hats forwarded at one day s notice If desired. Each Clam*.
r. S IX months from date, the undesigned Executor of and show cause bo, if auy .they have, why said petition 5 hiil-Tand 2j() Kegs Lard, hat will be packed in a good band box, without extra Guva Jelly, Preserved Qaioc r v -
the last Will end Testament of John -Icr..deetastil. ought not to pntuted.PtrMins Currant do. I. Feache.Sparkling .
thia.. Molasses. charge. The fillowingu a list of their established
the extension to file .
-Aiuii.: late of Loon County will j prcc.eiit h'n final a'counts oppoMiig arc required Gelatine, Tamarind,
BERRY & ROWLE5. prices, subject to five per cent discount-terms cash :
in the their set forth
Patent office
objectK-n" specially
At Ouncv; Flru, on tic 17th in< by the Rev. IL.UWt < and vouchers to the Judge of ProbnU'for Loon County, in writing, at least twenty days lfre the day of bear January 7, 1854. l 36, *39, ?42, p45, 48 and $54 per dozen, for Moleskin Flavoring Extracta, Spices,
of Tallahassee. and ask for a di-clmrge. J. S. ISLER, Executor. hats, and f 39 to f 60 per dozen for Rocky Moun- Yeast Powders, Pickles
Henlee, January 21 I1. Cm. 3Adrninistrators ing; all testimony filed by either; pnrty to be uqIt at Provisions, &c. tain4White Silvery Beaver Hats, Fine Soft Cassimere Corn Starch, Salad Oil,
A. AUSTIN, of Quincy.OBITUARY. the saul hearing must be taken and transmitted in
toM' MARGARET 'which will be f\ BARRELS Mess Pork, Hat Blk Drab and Pearl of the most fashionable Olives, Capers,
the office
Notice. accordance with rules of the ,
_- OJ 8 Casks Bacon Sides, styles at J15 to 36 per dozen. They also manufacture Worcestershire Sauce, Cocoa.
::= furnished .
on applteati.n.Ordered
S IX months from date, th> nn.lo-ijmod Admini4rai lt1o that this notice be publi.liedin the 2 do do Shoulders, and keep on baud a large assortment of Gebt'sand English Mustard D. H. AME2.

Dcpftrtc i life, near Foidnyof jnn C.ounty, i on the t-ctate of Mary It-h-r, iloct-nwd late of Uuiii,, Jili-hligenc-r. nd 1vetiiii Star, \VflShITlgtoU, SO bbls. and 20() half bbK Flour Youth's Caps, of the most fashionable styles, at December 24, 1853. sm-. 51

10th January, 1834, after a Leon County, will ]>re'.*iit hi. final aeeount and vouclirc I). C. I'eiiiivlvanian. FlilaJeljhiia. I'ctuisylvauia; 10 bbK atid 16 half bbls. Whiskey, prices from $12 to *18 per dozen for Gent's, and from FRESH GARDEN SEEDS
the of Probate for Leon and ask ; 4bbK S10J) to J1S dozen for Youth's. Beebe it Co.will ,
v"fflmfsIrom consumiilioii.. Mrs. AGATHA tO Judge County, Eveniiig P.st, New York ; Post. I'ro'rijeiice, ]ilode MoutrjgcLala Whiskey, per
protracted for a discharge. J. S. ISLER, Adiiiinitliator. I-land and Fk-iidiau & Journal, Tallahassee-, Florida, ,lasses, Rope, tt, tc... landing from Schr. Pette, forward hats m time for their customers to offer them GROWTH or 1S53.

1AVEY, ia tie 5
'flie dtC'jtrw a native of Montgomery C< un
but eWifl1tCtl 1 to Florida many sears ago. SLe1.gvc Notice. CHARLES MASON, December ?4, 1853. 51For
.C., 31, 1S53.
Carpenter's and 52
rooiru her loss a husband aud seven chil- I OIX months nf'cr date, lo-wit : on Friday the 21 si CoiimLi'Ucr of Patents.P. 4t

to large circle'
drea, trili I Probate, for the (k'UL.tV
In 1M* ie un'te' < heif elf w ilh the M. E. Church, and I \iuehcr iih Executor d'f the lj-titoof RcuUu I' Iliek?, containing this notice. A lug from Erg C.A. Coos and for s sale by ) 1n BUSHELS Heavy Seed Oats atHODOKISS .;L I Sawyer Master, will hare immediate

d'ed, after takinj an BfTe'Ctiouate ndieu of her weeptnff ihwa-ed. and iipplv to the Judge "f aM: Cmirt. for a January 14. Iti54. 2 3t McXAUGUT A ORMOND.Xewpfirt hUU t SC01T. lespatch. For freight or passage apply to

fcmilv. cxi'rct-sing an unclouded lu-txiof a jrloiicus-I final diM-harge) : of liivli. all piiti: -s iidorf4ed, vulpkae Chancery Sale of Lands. January 7, 1854. 1 1Jt-e 31, 1653. 52 52 .MeAUuJJI: : tt OIUIWW.
take notkv. IIURWIJJ. U. 'ri' J1ItI',
immortality l>eor d the gmve. Her gentle Fpirit Executor of IL B.; Hick's deceased. W. I). MOMI-V! Adm'r, Ac. Crockery. Lands for Sale. Newport 31, is53. 52

quailed not at the approach of doath, but w -lcomcdLiiii January 21, l l. f-m. 3 ufSaurLPaikhill, de-cU, Leon Circuit Court In /t FEW Crates and Hhds. Crnckcry, for sale low, B virtue of the provisons of the contract between NEW FIRM. NEW GOODE.5 .

as a nics--ctip'T despatched to conduct hocto ro 8. En'iity.BYOrd.i c.1. to close a consignment, byMeNAUGHT the Apaluchiooki Laud Compuny and James Ilule, SNOW
rioii! perjx-tu.il Miss. May bureau ed mnvalk I Administrator's Notice. Uuion Hank .if Florida, and i ORilOXD.Xrwtv for the sale of the follow ing lands, 1 will, for the collection ON HAND

ju her pious f.iulhte-jw, and thus \*>, pifpaied t-t roj"inLcr A I.L persons bavin:;any d.n1Til4 against the et tat< others. J >rt Janunrv 'i'. ISM t Of the untiaid Durclil-e money, and bv the con MOST beautiful and varird a, ,ortmtiit of

in that laud < f pure delight where pain, death aud ..tl_ .''f(;. 1: Fin iner nn.l 1. 1'nriiir. (1lce1I(4l. al of Court I will offer f.r wile r.n M n-i sent of the Administrator, bell at public outcry, to the A GOODS, which will be sold low for CASH and
separation are net cr kuowii 11 without eUl.iv tithe of next, within For New York. highest bidder, before the Couitliouae iu Tallahassee
hciibv_ called ujH'ii to -r'it '-ui ; day February legal for the Production of the country, at a small advance
" Where the saints of all ng in harnmny meet. K-r-ijpii-d aJniiuirti.it.\ 'ti.l 1 till credit .i h>gatxM'f hours IK fire the Court House in Tallahassee, the fallowing / ::: lIE new Brig E. Remington will have imuie.liM.te ou thejirtt Hontlay ill Ftbnuiy next, the following on the original cost, at the

Their Saviour au i brethren trnu p rte'd to gier I- and por-ons "iilitK-d ti'distribution i in said: (5ttte', lands, to-wit : .jZ.. despatch for the above pt rt. For described lauds to-wit: Cash and
roll deinand" ill be I E 'fSec 33 and E of X E of The N W J of the N W of Sec 30. iu T 2 R 1 Exchange Rooms of
Where the anthem* >f pleasure unceasingly will t.ihen.tie'O that: their cl.iinis; and w The S i ( } J same freight or paage apply to J ,

AuJ the smile of their Lord i k the feat of the soul. burred: at rxpiiatiou of t\\i jea:s lie-in this date, ffetii.iithe W i of X W J and I S W 4 of S. c SI, McNAUGIlT A ORMOND. S aad E:: ; the E J of the X E i of Sec 25,in T 2, R1, IIODGKISS ,& SCOTT

unless exhibited wilhiii the saino. all juT 2 X, R 2 E. Al .'. the X E J of X E J of XW Newport. January 7. lf 54. 1 Si and W, all containing one hundred and sixty acres ,

AND CONCERT. W. S. MUIJRAY.JAri. i of Sec :3. i in T 1 X, R 2 E, ((2U acres.) the whole more or less, lately occupied by said James lldle, tleCekitd. M1.CCEOES TO

LECTURE P. FAliMKK.Jauunry ti act containing So1) a'-res more or leBold on ac- Salt Salt Ter&u made known ou day of sale. QEO. W. SCOTT & CO;

21 1SS4. 8w 3 Adininibtrrttor count and li-k offoiiiieT urdat, r. The terms are 5 00 SACKS Key West Salt, just landing and JOHN BEARD, We will make every exertion to render dealers with

LECTURE ON NATURAL SCIENCE. one half t-n-h ; the other with intir<- t on a credit of for sale by Ag'L Auilachicola Land Co. us pa absolute and ample equivalent for long credits,

Notice. twelve mouths. L'ENM. WHITXER, MeXAUGHT
Doctor TKOTTKR, of Virginia, who las ben nragJ wrcts after d-ito. thcundfr'i. iied will npply t/i Ma-Ur iu Chancery. Newport, January 7.1&5L l styles, at the LOWEST CASH PRICES.

for the laht ten year iu the iuvfrtvation (IfZJiy&iti1ogic.al SIX llorurable Judgreif Probate of L oii (.-unty January 2 ((1 H.) ISM. 2 MONTICELLO HOTEL] Our assortment will constantly be enlarged and enriched
Anatomical Sr-itiKV iilpo the -
and Potatoes.
f Itttt-rs of adiniiii-titotiiiii on the1 wtate of Jolui y. 0 1 1 APT. NEWMAN having closed his Hotel, by fresh supplies, and will embrace the entire
of Diate-tie* and Mental Philo-.by| I iM-d tj: ><*i Land for Sale. ;:;
nud Wiloox, deceaetl, Ktef Leon Count" BAKKEIJ5 Plnnting PoJatoc, landing mrSchr. Fill; Vy and the subscriber having purchased and variety t>f goods demanded in this market Annexed

the TtmpiTiintents inform; the laiiec Pbyniologicjil anil genii: oigauizatiou.* men of TallaLusece ufpoeifullv .18!,. :U. ] -5-t. :8 6w JAl ES lL1FlILT). rTMIE fuWtilier ofTi-i; for i8l' two valu.ible tracts Pcttts, onrl fair sale by tilted uj> lliat large and cornraodioUd Brick Building is a GENERAL SCHEDULE:
JL of Lati L b"ih Kingininieili.ttfly on the road: from McNAUGHTA ORMOND. Embroideries Laces Ribbons
will deliver hi prertid lecture t> >uth the Court house, formerly occupied aTavern Trimmings, La-
that DR. W. IVHITAKKK, Mannin! toM to I } hUb' l\ny. One) has an (xcclluitFiauie Newport. January 7, 1854. 1 by Mr. Goodbread, and known then as the Banner die** Fine Dress Goods, Fancy Mantles Shawls and

AT TilE CAPITOL, RESIDENT PHYSICIAN ]Dwellisiir. a g'nwl d'in 1 Inu4 aud Screw, and House, takes this method of informing-the public that Cloaks, Fashionable Bonnets, Gloves. Mitts and Ho

TillS r> EM.\G, JAM'AKV til'.T! TALLAHASSEE, 1'LA.Orm'i all u.et-e-IrV: out liiu-s, and :i litter failing wtll <..fwater. Selling at Tost.1IC he has contorted the said building into a Hotel, arid siery. Heavy and substantial Dry Goods, Blankets,
'fhie ('I I-er I act conUJns' tlut-e' hundred and undersigned i is th1 CIothing.'Boots and Shoes Hate and
fi'llowed] by h service to the citizens! tf T now offering I'nllroMork respectfully solicits a share of public patronage. No Caps, Bagging
To be a ; profe--5"nul and Otliee first d.M-r Ea-t -ijlitv acrt. some1 of the bt---t I llainnioik I/itjil! in tbeMatt" I Of
MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT, ifl'. Office: -=oe builJin.\K-5nity. Dr.Navh. ]i:>it of wbiih i in a huhtate of cultivation ; I eu1ih-il by I). MANLEY, in this city, eoriM-tir.s"of a who may vieit i hU house. The wt I II! known Livery Nails and Hollow-ware, Crockery Fancy Boxes sal

Jlr JV'.reB.or A. 1L AtTLECK, of ScutlauJ.Jarniary3l654. '.-t immediately adjoining I Initb I i met- eHijituii.in e% n l.nd red and fi-ity i.cro, I gericral vari.-ty ut' (:r.c'ries, }"aricy anI Ship!.. Stables, fonnerly kept hv Capt. Newman,are connected Paints, Powder, Shot and Lead/flour. Beef Bacon,

3 It ..awl to Fi'it pure-basils, 1 would sell otherjdnaMe w iiieli mu-t be c-l *id. Cull and examine. Tht! entire with the Hotel. E. E. BLACKBURN.Mouticello Butter, Cheese and all kindj of Groceriit and Froriions. -

January 14, lt>5J. 2 ly hinds udj. i>iing the.-e. I will take great i pains in stuck can lx had t< r less than New Yuk j frintie December 2S, 1853. 51 .

Ten Per Cent en New York Cost. For ( liarkhlon Pioneer Line. -li'iwing "the -e lands to any' w hit, may w i-h to buy, m cost A rare chance for a bargj-Jn can l be had by anyone Cotton and Tobacco.
-- 1 ha\e ditcrn i-itd to sill. I would :..dNepurrha- &UUiij the fclock and Stoie.
seiibc> in th ir bnJL SODA WATER APPARATUS
fpHErol rs contemplate a on shipments of the above
1 Bin i ; Arum, Phi.in-y: niattr l i, now ehi- rs to call w-vii. J011X Q. C11O.MARTIE.Jui. C. II. BLOOD.Ta'dahaec .
fiiu-fcg U'lalions, and toKt-M-n thcr bUik will ee11fiirraib THE articles
li and will have itch lor AI.o rt.Fvr FOR MAStFACTtLlMS( 1>CAWI>G AND BOTTLJ.VO, by HODGKISS X ; ig : : e p !. 7, 1-S1. If 1 [S.ntiin-1. Dec. ?!, 1S.1.3. 5'2 2m
(exe ;jft gme-tiiis,) at 10( p< r cent on 'W 19,1853. 46
.. the late and
fniirUoi t most
' I tiii&auge: apply t.MLAUJIIT approved instruction.rnouuLctured .
lurk c<*C by the p'u-ce or quautity. or w ill cit r.t 1 21ptr r HE ANNUAL MEETING.ftheSUskhiud-! Dissolution of OF
ci-ut. any jjntuw tln-y lu*\ayfrt :, J iof tin' L"ni, n ]P:i.k ol Fbi i'a: will b- In-Id at for its JOHN MORE & GALLAGHER,
Jan. 1 'J ilATlilEWrf
1 1.
X..vpu-t, ;> J. partner-hip beretofrp exi-tif li-twcei use, by corn -
we fhit.ll continueto wll as u ull. The tl.K.-k f 4 tbc I:..LkiIiY I 11"U-e in '1 :allah! '. \ n the iift Mindaj -
the and approuc-hiug MUIS-II \iell oitod. M. Ji.bn P. Jordan and Thf.mas 1 1. Ihxlirki-a.uin.It r .-r of fir>t AVdiue and 'J6th street, opposite Bellevue, Rifce Road and Coates Street, Philadelphia.
piewijt iu Fe-biu.iiy luxt. t'l.ion J'i.'ik t f li t ida.
aud great bargainc cut: l be iiudo. The ]'ulih'e are re- Boots, Shoes, &c., 1. ( IiLlI1.Ch.; the firm-r.aite of John P. Jordan li--'hi-J by im.tud"iicnt Tlie of the firm to the manufacture of SOI'A WATEU M.VCHIN- and CAST luox RAILESGS and all
call and embrace this of name
qeted tn opjmiiuii'.ty MADE AND REPAIRED. WROUGHT
sup TalLha-, January 7, IN"J |I. 1 t
fc in the United States and be 1
bv will only lj u-I| i'lsfttlinzunthebti'iriet- rwr- tar < their nuts, lAud the -h huiid -
p\ing w piing ca a j -
r i I I I: ml) Ti'iKr iu iitinuation of
: *< asking a c found a large sortmint of article connected WORKS Iron for
eoiueainouut, will be Mv l. i iHAYWARD $100 REWARD. tOllS laoldit.g VILJLII' iigaiiir-t said linn are requtid t< etery EON Rulings public and private
I'at rt'nig.>, p\ -i> not ict that he !Mr i 11AXDOLP1L j prKiit thtm to J"hu Jordan, Quincv, or Tlx mas Cbairs/Tablea, January 21. 1W4. 4t 3 | 4,1 a stuck 'l the \cry IH-J fjn.i'ity of xijieitinerinuhC.ilfkin. 1'F.OL.MAT1N 1'V JAMK's: i:. 1IK( OME, OOVIKMIU I H.H'Kljku--TJuIji.-ni-: the 1st Felruary, ISM ed 2u Years. Particular attention paid to the enclosure of Burial
iinp..rted IaglbS..k: alb T. l'ateit LenUKT. Deeeuber 21, 1653. 3m 51 Lots
: or inn KTAII: OE I LOflID. Thsc ind! -bt'-rl to u< will please call ou Jobu P. Jor
New Stock. ]UiH-tM'iniPC'i. uiid v\eiy tithir :alk-l ? .-q' 4 itu li dun and ;Lur accounts forthwith. More *t: Gallagher's Book of Original Designs and
in: to aB'fjt l: tabh-htiiiiit. 'lli<- inateriuls .te of \:\ HKREAS, it haS brn m.i: JOHN P. JORDAN A ROYAL STOCK sent to persona wishing to make a selection. -
STOCK ct wt'll ttlt-cted Drills and I lie nit t-ujH-iior: Kind amiJI1 1U.l.e t.p B "1! an-! -- ; \V lOs: that AXIONIO; z ( J. COLLIXS, .
j just teethed i fr.'ni Xe-w Yvik, bhS <>f the \vr> beet dex'lijitii I lic. R -]>oIlitig iK'lX- | r charged; with the tnuidt r of Chhrli Winter, SI. 1f. 52. HODGKISScw Of Carriaffs, Buggies, Harness, Saddles, November 12, 1553. 45 3m

making: my Etock CDliet. Th.H-e wi-hiog eub ui- l to oidcr. fsboii iiuiiiediaU.lv" bou'hf the t'nion bIn-okt-n jail, un 1 i-> ho.v a. firith from ji: -lioe : Collars, Harness Maker's Stock and Tools, -

tides, will lind \ory thing commonly kept in Diug Uauk J. M. \VAAS.I | .V r. tlnnt'on.l Joif E. !>,M-OME. (;'ivtrra'.r f.fl New Copartnership.T Trunks Values Bass Fresh Supplies. *
Carpet Jf-c.
Stores at A. IL WILSON'S heW ttoi, Xewpnit, Flu. \ Jiwuiry 14, 1SG4. 2 Vt l h-Stated !l"iMi, by MI t ue of I he authority v.>ttdi'i ,
__ I S. M. DAVIDSON, having biiiht thf-'tntire ini' from the HERALD
Dealers in the- country can d-j be tier here tbiu: ti icndlo me by !law. New York. Boot and Shoe Making-, & I J'.r tl.tapfrthi i-io-i .>f--aid Antonio J. (Vin!! S ttre4 Thomas? II. HiMltki-s in the ubo\o C"n and CIIII'OLA,
cern. lie Dni bu ,5iio -s will b > carried t n at the .1d! Extra Northern Flour No. 1 Mackerel
P. S.- U he-rctofore, r.ll Ofilciu l Irugsaui Chemicals fT'1 I lK uihJtn-'jie: ; 1 wi.uld re-j.'oifuUv i'f''rn and liK-afodeJn rv to tI l eM..-iitfof Ks<-KH.I/ia ('ouzitv. > < ,
M* etaiid bv J. I. Jordan arid J. S. M. Da\M! uiii tindf Western 4 Bbls. -
v<3tra>itrJ J'urt. I 1 JtL the citizens of Tall.Jia---e-! u-Kiity that j Mmi-S..IJ Aiit'.iiio J. Colliio !1-. about 2"iraif of "
the aril style of JORDAN it DAVIDSONbere S. F. Kita "
Xo\\put, January 21, 1851.: S ; I.t- has ojM-i.t-d; l a l.Ht! MSikiti; +.li..j in il ho tear of age. off..>r conipK-iJou, doiL LuLr, ski-der ii...Je-, an'l runic
\\ they \ ill be pl -iml t<> see their frieii-Lj and -CARRIAGES AND BUG Buckwheat Flour, Dried Herring
I "Zui-kuV Il.inie1.Eftibibmii't"ou: ii-0 foot street. about (0 fixt bi. h. MEMORANDA
of the olj cslablithm them of 4 and "
Manufactured t atroid the i Kegs Codfish
Tobacco. f when* nil kinds of Bx and Jshnos. will IK made ii \\ JT,.I Inc hand find the Great Seat among. some
JOHN P. JORDAN famous pelhng.stump-surmount Eug. Dairy
s > ,
ltST 1ECiIt'IxL; -tir1Je.r vf 'sie 1e. llt4'Pt ftI'I 4fl.t ft1ii'.cibk l..e', fl'I If, :1 of tb<- Stitof Flondabkb I have
w boxen i.s orted Mauuf.-tLied T-b.tx at lower iicr.voilituu-like nuniu-r. E'
jriif* than itiu! !lit 1)t1.lg: in i.nv of tho hiv: i- t4.arln'fiie He Be-lie-ils a LUC of j.u'' lie patrMirirp. .- (Caiir'l in thetitvof Tall.il.iii-e-e, Quirrf-y.Dectmbcr SI, 1SM5._52 11.4a only with the Imrj-es, being specially adapted by Bacon" Sides, Green *

urtli. ri i.1 4l. \,.1 L's'. (-lall iifl .:LtflJ' '. (!. DKlLi'.LIXG.: thi* will tliiv of 1 J.'i'juurv.: A. J *. I 1S51.JAMKS Orders to Organize Volunteers. strength and high finish to the [corduroy] Railway Shoulder, Oranges and Dates,
service. f.'r Cured Hams. Water
Sugar Crackers
Cimrting Carnages p.ilito geutlenifcfi -
during> thi ir Spnn fi.k Will f.irv.idfunijile .luttlm iiy 14, U.'J. 2 M* : i 11: IIKOOME.) young ,
General Order No- 1. and Sulki for the so-disposed. The well known Lard, in Bbls. and Kegs, Butter M .
: with <-'i attavhrd, t<, d.'t-iiin it, AfrvAii U.iviu.r of }'g't.rija. -
I pn uiy
An Excellent Horse for John Gilpiu SADDLES, one which that world Sugar IL Syrup, Sugar "
w Jt-t cl AJ/I J will be giveu wbere uiv cjti-ii-: Salb fly the OoM-n.or-Atti'ft: t 1IE.ri Qt-.tairas FIOE.IDA Mrtrm, upon "
titv is required. D. LAUD.Wakulla I t "iii l t-uliM.-1'lnr fifT.-rr-for mla g-o'l 1' ViiLirioiE}, .1 AIiJL-T.tT (;E.r.aAL'; Ornici. renowned Captaia Clarified Sugar" Soda

: ;ew.I1t1Jafluai.2I! I&L 3 I .ouiid, afehr Ii' ( tiver."dk SvcnUry of State. ( Tullahis-ee, Dec. 13, l3 Roile fourteen miles in fifteen days, Crashed Lemon *
_ bay, fiu> \t.iih ol 1. wairiiiite-d: li-t' f TCa-h, Ja'iiwry 7. 1 f--t>4. 1 (nnil Johnhon will proceed forth And never looked behind him." Graham Bread.
BRIGADIER Rio Coffee Stewarts Candies
Iron Works or thui t tJiii! with appiovi-d i (.&.CI liv. l' >r tina-i, Fl ,ida I Dctiio" iat cojty. z-; l.ia Bri/ado, b pursuance of an And numerous other patterns, adapted to speed and .* ,
_ _ _ Java 8. S. Almonds
Lc., a]>ply ut Di.) (j. W. PuikLiirifsi'l 'iK.-e whi-ro 1 lbh -- act of the lat Ctn-ral; Assembly, entitled "Au Act to service. Sonic of the varieties of HARNESS have ,

xivi'oin': FL1R1IA. .r'ealu can L.' Fcen. JO.S. L. ArllUY.Jauuaiy 100 REWAHDI'KOftAMATION pro\ide fr the tiu.d umoval of the Indian* of this been lead ofV but others must be seen to be appreciated. Apple Vinegar. Brazil Nuts "
Sperm Candles Eng.Walnuts
THIS riWi-ihment) i* D'-W in full ojxrntinn. Ail 14, 1S51. 2 UY JAMLS i:. IIIIOOMK, GOIRM \- titate, and fir othior purposes." and after such organi All the WilliS! warranted! to hurt if well applied Adui't Zante Currants,

will be attended to with piomptucss, ai d'' DAGlLTlYlTEAX SKY-UUHT (i dLLERY : >R or THK STAlE OF FLORIDA. VLLIih will report totuLolSce with all couvcnien or will be taken back the money returned, rioqueti.iuis Table Salt, Onions, Ac.
all \rork done with neatnceS and dlcputcb. SI -tt cli.Ii nuked. and a receipt given iu 5tirrup leather.

All ku.d* of w 01 k, meh a.- tearn V.'t.i k, Mill! Woik, o-1I I.tRNi1I3' iincc; t-io1ti:. -"" *jfex-q.S?> l"\7 V ] '"' that'' ,tnuide-r'* '''" 'been n-cdc known to order cif1i F.v'dleney. Gor. James E. BrfiomeComuiandtr TheseVhips are of the bame kind the poet ishcd is Damask Table Cloths-ALSO, Napkin- Tidies Linen
me a w.ii ci>m>i.ttd! ia Edg
Gin Gearing, Sugar Mill, Circular Saw Machinery lIE sul.Miib<-rs rra-jK-e-tfully nnnounce l to the la $. -?; the Count, of Hamilton, on the-ITtli) day -iu-Chief. CARAWAY SMITH. every honest band logs, Worsted Victorines. Foulards, Mona De Loins,

hhaft'mg, 1'ullejK, HangfiP! I l'l<.tigh tVtings lra! j T dies i.i'd gintl< iuin of Tjilub! : -..(e uiiil s ieitiity I ..f February. A. I). IbOX by one JAMES I1AI.U <.n Adjt and In. Fla. M. To lach the ra eal naked through the world." Fancy Prints, L. C. Hdkfs Emb'd and Plaid Shawls,

Citing 'Lc.; also, Sugur Ktttlc*. ofany ze, kept1 that they have p<-nnatieiitly lootitcd: m thi<* t-ity.. tinl.ody WillUm J. lloliue?, aud that the said Hall I hive als" many Patent, Sole Leather, ami other Long Shawls, Brown Linen Irish Linen.Bleached and
constantly ('tj l.nud. All wuik done] iu such cl lHlieD4'C to the above General Order. I, AMFNG. which
an ts-tab-1 TRUNKS, in the difficulty is to find the keyhole Bard Muslins
wool Shirts and
Tn-irG.ilhry! willl be optii'daily f fiTth 'i ecej1 i.nof \i- has fled from justice : IN Heavy Drawers Fin
Ii.binet4wfl be d ne by us, wi'h a particular regard itors i1.aturttaken all AW 1 Joir Mjv, Brigadier CJcneral of the Florida Voltm'eeM several thieves hating hung themselves in despair Bed and Crib Blankets, Negro do, Domestic
!Sundays < xc -jitt-d. lzts Ui'i-fuK, E. IE{ (VME, Cntn; >f>r of of the lat Lmseys.
the i'f
to strength and durability ,f the woik.Coinj and styles* of the Mt. und wni ranted iit to faih1-tai -1 the State of Fbi ila, Lr virtue of authority vested to IK rui-td in pursuance an act for on account i'fit. All these,an'h9'J other articles, Plaids and Stripes, Ticking, Denims, Satinets. Kerseys -

Eugiiic! >,etent Ac Woikmeu alvrnyb j in readiness to put up !i ken as well on cloudy a* fur dut*. 'Jeu'ral Kitiff.i'-- j ivi me by law, do IK n-hy ofli-r a n-w aril of < )i"<- Hun.j tlie General Iliad removal Avembly Vf the mild(Indians"An of Act thLj to State proiJe and for will be suld low to meet the exigencies of the times, Osoaburg-*, Bale Rope and an assortment of

1 tiou givtn, cr no charge made. ILiving had long <\- j Terms will lie liWjal, and all vroik d<' ie strictly f..r other purpr c*, do invite the good woriliy the Sub-Marine Telegraph about the full of neit mooa ,
: prieiice in the art and making itlh< ircoiit.iiit Mudy, -af- dohivt-rv tt'if Slu rilfof Hamilton
cash or aec Tallabasm.-c '1 they llutter tl.ctUM Iveh that thiy w ill \be iiM) <- to please | Mf M.-Said James Hall aU.ut .*> f<-et, u S or 9 ml.i"i forthwith Apply
place, Qt Militu Laws thirc-of .rf' Military duty,
or nev. to p | the inoi-t fastidious Tlnir t.-ikcn in < hijch 4ti SOcur has blue P. REPAIRING done as usualon short notice
are un ; or *
Liberal pietuie-fi ; ,
olj age rntidy
prices paid fir Iron nud e-yc eur..l their to organization
Copper Brass. to nncios, preparatory Rollers, Rolling Pins, Potatoe Smashers, SUlebub"
Ail ItUcTB b eay und graceful maniKr. Ladib und' gentlemen kre hair hud beard ; w quick Kjioktii, and and reasonable terms. Politicians who have slipped
uddrc and
niuat ked (jK t paid) toM.1L1'OND very stop into Companies! Baltalioud and Rogimiits, Sticks Satchels .
Rocking'Horses ttc.&e.
Carpet Bags,
i| invited to cull andx.imii.e tU-ir epfe-iriK-ns. tlaouldered. the collar and broken the traces of party, can be fixed
L CO, I through some fit mil di-crcet person, by them to be HODGKIS3 4 SCOTT.
January 21.! 1.5I. 3 .wI'.rt, Fla.JETHRO :in'-y aie prt-'pcd I to gi i\e iiir-trij'lions to tho-c douritus WITp'o( my ban\ and the great Seal looted, to rcp >rt their iian.es to me ; that u to say, agaiu in no time. November 19,1853. 4DEMRISTY.
of acquit iig: a knowledge of 1I.e] ait of the Mate <-f 1'Iori.lj, whih I have exceeding ten of one hundred lUtn Tallahassee, December 24, 1S53. 51
U"t mprinies
COTTON SEED. I All kind, of l.u. Mean tnnte-iLU, Lr t-nle, ooc"-i-t- [SLtLJ cauil to be afiM-d bere ta I'ne at each, to he formed into a regiment of Mounted Volunteers .

< i"g"f German lluf! and ten Couipank
P LA7EflS who e j pure t>eed f..r the next and 1'aney Cacc-, 1'latiiiiwe.. Ac thU 5th cf ; exceeding .7-- R. LEWIS gives notice to hfe
at 10 pt-r <-< Ll.aUrtv day Jnnunrv, A. D. 1654. men each, to bo formed into a Rvgiu.eut of Infantry. rr HE Subscriber will offer at Auction, in the city
crop can be upjicd] by cat]v nj jih'ca1i..n. Jn Xe-w Yoik prie. 1IUHXS; .t 15AI Li:V. JAMES II BltOOME.Juvcmor : JL of Pensacola the 13th of March friends and patrons that he has removed
47, 1 introduced this cotton iuto Gt 1 J4 on Monday, his Of to his residence in the
and] the soed January lfc. l. 2 ce
Tgia tf IStnth.d.J .
( of Florida.By .
fioni b-JL Iu ______ The fllwin1g rules will be enforced in the organization 1851, the 16th Sections in the following Ranges and "
only one 4' had the .nlr -et1 the G"vcrnor-Attest building known as the Wyatt House, adjoining the
tEen iu taitUiitf, and hate improved cLnually puie. Uah J Fire and Marine Insurance. F. L.:VILI.tncrr, of the Companies contemplated iu the above General TownaLi1 s. to wit : dwelling of Dr. Taylor, where he may be found at all

the seed and stujile. The JetlW tttuu i< not tLe ''T'lin i: Savannah Mutual I In-uiancc Order: :iitiy's, Totnuhips. times prepared to serve those who may need his ser
( Ci.inp.-my, ImrL Secretary of Stats. 1. No will! be received into thus stTTioe who 31 West, 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 North,
result of cri ]>ping<.r ly briui& ug, but the original 1'e- ing e-btiuUi: ] d) an Ancv: in thi Cifv, will I January 7, 1R51. 1 the perv.n of 13 ,, undt the of IS years, or 3-2 !.3,4and5 vices. His terms will be Cash, or when called for.
is r age
tit Gulf, brought to its jirc'-ei.t state t.f improvtn.ent : take Iireand Mai Lit nkon il li..> m.._.t fivor-ib'e l.-.u\ille Nws nn-1 Ocala Mirror over age whatever. ami Any references can be given if necessary.N. .
by 20 yeans patient and careful coltivjti., until it t-I Iui. Apply to '1 lIt). J. PElIKIXS, Agi-n't. copy. _ \\i laboring unler any bodily infirmity Mounted \ ol S3 4 5 B. Gold Plate cut to patterns for Dentists and
equal* in etrength and liuec<*$ the Sea Island in Maple. .JatiunrvI 14. Ib.'it. HERTOPOLITAN SILK STOCK 2. Ijicb-i 2
:._ yllj ( unU-ir, will fLruMi himself with a p'od and flicientb Also Lots Nos. 1,2, 3 and 5, of Sec. 16, T. 2 S, R. November
Experiments are now making with it the REMOVAL.( 19, 18i3. 4GMTT.1'S
upon Sa-ld! anti Bri.lle. Rifle, Musket, or Double 31 W.
Long Cotton Gin; auj the Money Found. <.r.-e, a a
opinion i: i j
j banguimly t-n- EDWARD LAMBERT & CO. Each < ncnr.'llitig TERMS One fourth cash three fourths
BaiielSh"t Gun. in complete repair. jers :- payable
rUiud | NASH & CO.
by evuie 01 the most intelligent aud hucecssful : % TWENTY Dollar ]Itill!,!! wafun.l few .
a days a'ii himself in Infantry Ctirnetflywill provide in three equal annual instalments, with interest in ad-
Sea Wand iMi'oi-jjis: AXD an
1'lauterb that they stiLl ]bt La'J' Iv tlic"w' M"i; jouiins or Barrel Shot Dealers in Medicines &c.
t -of Drugs
: to < ? > !| Liuisclf with a llifl. Musket t"or Double vanev. Or if all be paid: in caeli, five per cent on the ,
J cetto ] ]
JK.UIIlo'r their Jt-lljo IMjlto L bcott SILK
per CIIt4IU. < ou AND FANCY
pro\iuj GOODS
hliould this piii euf-eeed iu ]Iiuling! J. thro, the tl.lR ti leo. pioiK-ity paiifor Gun, in con }plete repair. credit instalments \\ill bu deducted. WOULD inform their friends and the public that
tion of long produc JIAM.N<; IIMOMD: TuuIij 3. IVrsoi1 desiring Staff appointments are expected D. S. WALKER on hand a good assortment such
fcUplc uu.-t no J.Mgtr be oouliued i January 14, 1851.
Ui "
ticular tciiou, but grown fidni tic KM shore to par the 2 ..1-v-i: I I'- 1 i t iei Ji usi; to hold Cvmiuiieiui's in tbe D'ne. Rfrtitttr Public Lands State of Florida. articles as arc generally kept ia their line of business,
inounUUis. The Pioneer Line. For Charleston ALLEN (J. JOHNSON, December 17, 1S53. 50 StuTALLAUASEE and will be receiving regularly fresh supplies. Their
Ligh cblinution iu which this ,
cotton i General
\0. 53 UIA.MRERS
u Ldd brill 'Lo YORK, terms shall ba reasonable.
Late plinted it fur fruitfulucw. "lIE Pai-kt SchcNlI.r
MAXOJ.L. Ijvis Belh-Till, Deo. 17 (SI.) 1353. M Tallahassee, April 9th, 1853. 14
preat umWimty. aud 8UpvnoriIy of Kaple its ptcu1m Matcrill bi\c: imm)<.iliat<> tii-paleh fur (ori-OMTE Till. r.K,) :D_ II.

r adaptation to soils and cluoute, wi'tUut d.gMiorUug the ub. ve jxJrt. lor ficijht or pafongr applv to Invitothf, : attention of the trade to their SPRINg Fresh Supples P. B. BROKAW'S
; Ligb pnee it ba CIIILIflaI(1.d IMPORTATION of FLORIDA,
o'.cr all other McNAUGHT A ORMOND.
uplands, iu the Atlantic ma.Vet,, from New York, Baltimore and New Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
first Ule, u &0. with a kpecUl kSin"from ofthe I Newpoit, January, 1SL 2 RICH SILKS, RECEIVING LIVERY UH SUE STISilfi
the Cabbage ,
linet I Frcbli Goshen Butter,
of otber upland-, c.ui be advanced quabti. Rice and Flour. SHAWLS'RIBBONS sad .. .
I ,f I do do in Kits, Onions Hops, S
I 'tLer
rariety. and should rccommono it t, tle eimidvratu) I OAJvy BARRELS Prime Carolina Hk*. Western Cheese, Cbocolat; and Cocoa, P arrsrxaT, Dyestuffj, Surgical Instruments, THE Proprietor would in _

of every pLuitcr who Pare to gru ()Q( to <, l 2u bbls. Gexr-ia; and Can-lina Fkur.or EMBROIDERIES, &c. Pine Apple Cheese, Tomato Catsup, Spices, Snuff Window Glass, Paints, i his friends and the

Cutton.lbe. ] bale, to aiiite per Sthr. M. L. Da\i) bv Merchants throughout the United States are solic Soda Biscuit, Walnrt do Oils, Varnishes, Putty Manufactured Tobacco, public, that he has rebuilt _

-Southern Ontial AgneulturalSoe-uty-attLc McXA UttllT d. OUMO.ND. ited to exnmine our oitment, which, iuNOVKLTV. Lenten do Brainy Peaches, and Glass Ware, Patent Medicines his large Brick Stables, at the old stand, and u DOW

last fmr, awarded! a special premium of fifty dollar* Newport, Jsnuary 14, 1654. 2 RICHNESS AND VARIETY Water Craekcrp. d> (.berriei, Fine Soaps, Fine Tooth, Pure Wines and Brandies prepared to accommodate his friends and customers.

for the best three bales Jelbro d>ttou.m believed tobo uiisurpasied in this Mftn>pnlH and Butter do Snrvrnal'igs, and Hair Brushes, for Medicinal purposes, He also Las attached to his Stables, a good Blacksmith -

India Rubber baggii sacks of three yards, oonLuom Bank Of Char ston. adapted to the wants
ten bucheU of te-ed, will l>e dcliven-d uj m railroad A .. CYatKwl>"rt. F1orhl.MvNAtJjj. country ; all of which w ill bf oifei ed to Cash and fir.tclas Dried Herring, Fresh Lobsters, Garden Seeds, FLe havana Segars.He Plantation work, Hors shoeing, and Carriage work,

atone dollar per buehel, for all cash orders.
FIELD PEAS.IIaing 1S51. 2 Januarv 7. fl54.> 1 ct Cod Fish, Maccaroni, Moutiuk, a Lone anti Fresh supply of every variety dispatch.

the largest collection ud devoted Sugar Cured Hams, Sperm and Star Candles of articles usually kept by drnjrgists. Planters and November 5, 1S53. 44 tijEolian
time and more Notice. MONROE HOUSE Shoulders Clarified Sugar, Physicians will always find at this establishment a full

Southern attention perhaps than any other man in the T iii: liig1set I'fle in cash '-ill be Bacon do Sides Java Coffee in mats, supply of every thing needed, and on the most liberal and other PIazoz.T. .
SL-itcs, to their cultivation, 1 will sell, ill by the buclbor! rail at all tnncs TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. terms.
packages, about fifty varieties, f which and Sen 'Jeer kjn Lather Beef Tongues, Stuart Candies, S. BERRY, 297 Broadway
many arc hlwcl C.'tt.n StQ,. ';:; III5 well-known lintel having passed from Filberts and Almonds, Orders from the Country promptly filled and satisfaction
new and very lalaubla! for the table, general cullivatwn Prime I Ii.J-5. Iu to t : the hand of Mr. E. P. Moore New Syrup, with both to and PUBLISHER of Blnac ncT
and the vino J2 cei,1 s tier pud into lh<*,c of do do in JDec. bUs., Capers ic. &tmHODGKISS : guaranteed, regard prices -
toch hay-including the famous j pea Deer Ski,,.. 25 t,, LO ct the undersigned ; the new proprietor give notice to A SCOTT. quality. -Physicians prescriptions carefully com YTI-ru Dealer wholesale and retail in Pianos,

t igM-lb'ug iu some of the SLtt-s at f 80 per bush- Leather, 17 to 21 ct* }pt>r the public that he id prepared to entertain transient 1S53. 52 52A. pounded.December. elouions and Music-Agent for the celebrated 'jEolian. *-
.iulkBown ** Oregon, Cahf<.mia. Chickasaw, Ja- Soft.Tfclfjii.l l\ifij i W.u..l >i k A.. .>..% iiil r.rviIiipIit pti..f.T't. u.'if I. tIii 1.f i.... p 31. 24 1853. 51 and
I's' -"" 1JVVl1 "" "' ( flt fi "v i'JUe UI- Grand, other Pianos mad by HaH. Day
('U!{>, Pigeon" J'eaof the Wet Indies,
UOes! itbrlf Bueh"the or "Bunch" Pea yet Ltiown. It re-pro- sion MerchauU,, or direct to mtd, .ave ull charge ,if of. The house is well fcupplied with servants, and AND RETAIL DRUGGIST, Glass, Oils, White Lead, Ac to all others. Great bargains in New York Fwaoa,

ta1k is third year after euec phmte The Comtuifeioii. SAMUEL 1 1 0 VT every com wiic-nce to make guests Comfortable, and 'NEWI-ORT FLORIDA, 100 BOXES Window Glass, assorted sizes, and second hand Pianos and Melodeenst If oner supplied -'

cotton )lant ery luturiart If and resembles nomewliat tlie Charlcstc-n, S. C, AV>. lia ju makes cut nu'l enred before blooming, it January 14,1854. &t may ti>or him with their ttrthge. An eserlleut S a large and well 5 barrels Linseed Oil, Berry 237 Broadway. Pianos to Lit.

ground bay auto equl tii.al to is Timothy ;r. Ttie I'ea, when Livt-ry utable adjoins this Hold. C. A. BRYAN. J OFFICINAL DRUGS AND CHEMICALS ; also etc., 6 Lard Oil, P. S. H, D. t Go's JSoHan Panes hare the laUtt

quart of seed wili, rk3ir Ui&a In han corn. 0iie In Dislrlct, Court of the United States Tallahassee, January 7, Ife54. 1 tf a large stock Patent Mediciu White Lead, 20 Kegs Zinc Paint, improved voicing.Norember .

o eent. pLant an acre. Peas per package, Northern' etc.- a splendil assortment of the most approved 20 packages Fire-proof Paint, (bbls. and i bbk]) 5, 18.53. 41 ly
Also For tltc District of Florh! THE WAKULLA HOTEL, School Bocks, Toy Books. Poetical, vote and HymnBooks 2 barrels Rectified Whale Oil,

in packsgcs, se.I of the genuine Okra" for AT FooUon Paper, Laid LetterfcGiIt Edge Pap u Train Oil, 1 bbL Varnish Hardware.
Coffee. Every T CHAMBERS JAN., 8, 1854.-It H hereb NEWPORT. ; 2 Copal ,
rAe hi. own Coffee.man who At tills the i& acre ,f grouud ) () ( A that the Tnu of tin paid Court aJ'polnt.dby y ordefod For Sale or to Rent.rJ1IlS Common ?ote. Embossed tc.Note, Sprig Faper; Spirits Turpaotine in barrels and at retaiL A general EAROB and well selected stock of ths

lrezud, the intst ia%eterate sa Ckafree and properly hnv to IK held ou the first Monday in January denrable ) EiiTelope Emb-cvdercd, Laced. Patent Medicines assortment of Colon,Brushes,and other Painters' AVERT ,just noeiTcd and for aU low by

distingush! it, mse'irg a eatkwt and pot-f iioticd by a previous order to the ICth dayojJanuary : o/fen-d/ for establishment is now meant O.fl3cinal Mtdirines wcrraatedpure.article found useful m material D. H.AMES. October IS, 1853L 41 ;HEIR A BUSE.
f sale
U't Ix and is ut a bargain ; a good including almost every I.ecembcr24,1853. 51
kn00 to the lHt old Java.Tuc r uibUnt, the same hereby further chance for onc el iriNKaKyeJ which MawtLiaR new, novel and .
any location South
( the ,
to umoig
y tnQJ- | oud to the first carry DR.
Wholesome. 25 ceuti per package. tiotI.onw1| adjourned Monday ((6th ou this branch of business. l beneficial theafOictod, to-wit : Pulvermairbtr's lly For Rent. MAXWELL .
I day: ) of February next, fit which time tbt same will The will be soldlower '
which located
J. V. stationary Fun.Uiirp.eueli as Bedsteads dro-EIeotrio Volik Chains. All of permanently ia Tifft'tiMBttdence
Btkyillc P. 0., Durke JOXES.Co. On. I I be held, at the Capitol in Tallahruec. Chairs, Matrasses, iLc, Ac, accompany the house,Table, than at wy other Drug E tabli hnicDt in the '( UIE Comer Brick Store recently occupied by H one door north of Dr. EngliskV. ,E
.L O. Berwick.
I&auz37l,1Ej Judge. to .L1L Apply attend to all calls
2t I Apply: soon D. LADD"Kew oonatir wUiqg lie ante article promptly.
.. January 11 1851, 2 4t December 24, 1S2. SI D. IL AMES.
Pert 62 Jfweiabfrl
I January 7, 1854. I st December 31, 1868. \ i-5 S

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DE.:: KOQEB'S LIVEEWOUT AND TAR JUDSON'S .: u.r.rc, Chairs, &c. 1 p ." .T.IvrvI1I LADIES.'UclgiiigjJ ; Dr. I. T. HENDERSON'STU

; :;. For the Complete Cure of CoiiffJtt, CoUs, InJlucma OTrEMICAL EXTRACT OF .- _- -' .- T1: are n..w rtcZvhr' .. 4 ; AM) KIM LIM'ReAt

Axlhina liiwiichil'jt Iri : . .. .
shilling ;- : : As'i awvr, Out1 1-i; I
(_ ._,_._.____._._ _J u11 'n at -
lilooil our imitu'e \
and op '
of all other r.'I,14. :
Lung v.u.141: : : ALL AND
c. a lu-i'Is.nr.e i.id: will selected stotk .f Xcw York PULMUNIC OH O

Complaints tending to Ciy I nsad.' I till iii ne .-nd 1 Cl.airlz; : \vI.Ht! we .ire now ri-- .vin ......i. At v. i ..i :. .;. ,. ? ,

CONSUMPTION. M h I l.a ii.g. vix: ; ind Inserting. .\ : : iCONSlJM1xTIQc.: : .

i1 Mi.rblo 'l-p. a' d Pl.in SiI''b'.ard4. S (;iocr.iiLS.: : I <> -.\* OH I i'LJn 0' \\ I-S triig: l ti TIzHligi. .iaI'r IT.I.;ii i.Sniyrn'4 II.U .
TJ I?: GREAT t Vi.tre and Sofa j -- .f tm* ft t't'Ltfl.Iiflg Liniment
Table's *' \ -' ;.;-i .4 \-t.s: IKjt hMbeei
Jiuitaus 20 J> -\es X". 1 Soap. '" IH" 'ot(" e I ti-nil."l with unparalleled!
4 COUGH success in
REMEDY s..sI '. 1. J 4* aJl
V/ashsfan 1*. 2 IoxeVnLi'i,;,' Com- : : SI 2I.ui or lt.ri! >. on*.*.
CHERRY AND LUNGWORT .,,,-j,, ], pities Irown I'lsts. >.t.tiy -4 '4 Sr-t. rn.i I i ilUid ri-rJfm.- It
3Iah' l'\t. n-i..ti Ts.b'es! spcIiIy cures
'anv Rheunuati
READ Ell 1 have you a Ou h. whih are II I-x' t&.1 'f a1 :' .t.ti '4 "
.. under the ilea that it is you nojj FOR THE CURE OFConhs '. i I.'i: -iKf.t: ) .acto, L114.s'. tt-'fui!. ,. Ruris $eakh Trltera, andS ,
t-nly a coninion : i VI
cold, aud that it will *o''u ** wear itstlf Tmt i" Lit aiNi Colds, Hoarsncss, Spitting VkP.io I....... \ .. 1 TV4ffl .1 Ai.rn.udl'nmitGnfli'Li'kT.M 1 : V.flc. VI t-fH.' SW( IhaS.! Ii4igit' pram*, Cuts, .
tVnJre. V'rk and Table SaIsih.asI. Sore Throat.i.ry. .
; .Kh Sa1ivatjo'
y ftiend tell you, in all kindueM, >bat will boon Iv the Fancy 1:I 10 I lal: -. Cotn s Urul.ingL. -. '
!' ,4.& probable result of Blood, Night Sweats, Asthma, i2.LtflV; ; V' rdr j, ., l .id I.. lAf OXirrCar.il.ii.s Sw ?i-* Mtw'ioaStip.d Sore Mouth, Xtnralffia. PiU) >, Groig4
in .n tt U. lerry Svrnp. [ ..
::1 4 Ju a bort time, if you co ifinre in n"jrl"et yotirrlf LiTer Complaints, amid !-.? idT'Iht -, Ilio: L-Oiira.t.I..vwCort-i-! Mid _. Ur'n and lilt'u-h'd 11 (CI54s1 lios.k flir ael.e t-r tI.'afspsti. by tilling the Ear ,4

t you will begiti t<) Jet.I a sense of ti-'btnc.* and t> Table Vn hatn-.t.: Pr. n/e Hit IackQinr! [Pale < frd. Api-Io! and 'S.art'iur! Xii'- *t 'ppinj: it Tt ith wool o'r cotton ; Croun J_

$; pression aero-* the chest. a>'C. mpairt.'d v itli fr qitit: p CONSUMPTIONDT.AT1I t.tt-1 1 I I'.t-k. t 1'a,1t-t.! Mu-i" M.tn'K I ii..ri! and ls>\\ AM. i'randy."I: 1 ( I K .TI. 1 U'M i t.IM Curtain ii.- br.rittJi! the liniment, and admiral*

cf fillip dart ; p-iins. Then adijr, liackin? (?ou ;h] will lV-t 1. dt.adS..f..,-, Tttt a Utt.s, AC, U\ :M.m.i-i" hili."iiidIJteiaed: : I I : : ""' l'I !' ; h.l I SI,. < _n4.I Lmui llishoj.-: I.awn.Mournthg the-p-Hinfiil internallv, with a little sngar.HVj-. ,-

r1 eel in. and uhcu you raie nrnlhin!; it will be M thi< k oinl: be and lus: l been j.-evc iU-1 i-i linn: ri.ir. < f.t':: :.t V.t1i'tV. \ h'-kt-v I.tI.: 'I's- (' .t'u IdiP.J.an. ) same tvay fr e.n-hs colds Artnma. Pn J
of < t-(4 bv thi tt iliirt'x /" t mnf / Carvd iiid I I Plain i :M I IiotkiTsCine. Goods. hthi-ie! lrneluitiz: ,
I : : CofMumption. and
4 i nti1 ydliwi4.i, or\vhiu fiothv inatU-r, ftru.k.-d, inr- :t i'toi.Mny and X. 11 Poisi. LiI.4s? 'I.4eti.1 : :iit.l! 1>ll"wH. : rienrWy'

'*'. .t s.a1r-, nitll Utini *. II 1 I'll Mm lIlKf HO IllflJltrill'-. HUM'tiuplen JITDSiiN-SCHllMICAL. I'.XTICTOF: : CllililUVAXI .-', it. ait.I I J\ak Il'nku.shit.t. *. i caiiJIIi.I !!.inlf:..!, (' !I.iai.o. I L'lv nil \\ ,I dL'xin *, I'.I.irk S it in, .1 sure cure eon.xumptioii nee a small table IWX M
4i ) JA'XlJWOKlli.- this tin ii.-ric t.-ii'I.i- in. Mt'f \\'. .Map!.'. i.v-c\v.: l rn.1: Oak Chnir--. ; ;. 4I t or t; tiinf a day and keep the breast
.int symptoms will increase: and yni will KK' nliare i :Madiri.iaii.IPi.it! ttin.ii'r'1-'!';. ( P'Iini:,, artl"I P i-iil ./ni: Jh.ir C'r..pf, well j i
th pitt"it ii'iii''.!' .f tjiu i lay i i. t Ihc i.r 'iit < f *tt.earefal .s.i\in'CiMi I ; Mi-ts anl Cl.ild.tnKotko( with it. Pain of kind
.i. *. cannot txist
ttT ) any after
: Hcriic I Fi
[ .
: } xvia.: COLII CHIIIS. NIGhT SWEAT ?p.iM and A LmantiiKI i.v..tn: Sliij--. Msi; s I.itrtdI 1 .. -! tl.is Ed.
4 I t'oricnt Kxrtc-roRATiox, and lb*'n (htE.T J'KOIIMTION. $'m1i ail rsjiu infills i f t nn'io i and! I tsfif :a-id Low riuiirs; ( '.in|.|tI, 2t')> ji <-< I Jii'Iaiul 1 I 3i: ttiasKi" t I \\ < Kru'IL-h: inent ha time to r'rodwe its e'Ter-t This L'nii
: ifnrfil J'tii/Mctti'is. Tlie Iwo j.iiiXjul injrtxlit.iit.- Xui-.iv and J't'tViorx j :Imir;;*. ( < / < fiat eornj.i&teiV triumphed all
1 If stiil A.W wetk > kii. Plain do : Lhri4rnts
Jl'iiit st
you Delect youivIt. a ir <- \'iti.'gar, Cheese anti eves tl Collars ,
ha\-l."i"i-n k'H'Wn an 1 et1.l! .rt: til. 'j.iinY; : ; .KO\VLIX : t's; t v..._.. .. _. .
mouths will eo WILD I Clir.lMtY P.AUK.-.-\\ h. :i th< Mr.n-th! of X.>\ t nilii-r 1 2. 1 S.-:.. 4* tionii"e.Ihy- the Doctors in tiiit : t.'t. -
your fiie'id < mourn, how rapidly COXSl'.MPl'IOXilid ) this Cri1i- I. 1 Toif: and I Claii Cr.--n( Flan-it 1.t.J 1. Handkerchiefs.L trul I.rIetice.; A sungt,
its work, and J.umVJ yc.u a nay. J'nend, Lave jii ijitffi/ f-1 ufftJ .s tho hit me lici'H' kii \* nfoi ; 1 > 1.a.I.l; I aii.1! iU'u C.'tl.nPon.hr ( .fitirtues will satLfv arir r.crwjn. of its
i"ar. svp
I Wanted "
cuiin th.- rinl..i: Il.1kl I.'i..s ii.n, .ritv anti
\v.ii ist Cou IiH.i'idotiiir! I'iIt.i'r: deaesit -- value.
; you uo cau e to be ahitmedf In the abn-e fk< t< h n Ke.:, \ l'4 <\ ':.''" -', / nVit-d *' '
you may: ce as in a gl.i how everv case ..f (Vvifumptiou lonsi-ns ih'ihl] <>x' 'id' ti.nlihftl.e l: l Il.r : f f [' 4c P' oP SALT iiiur r--r vii-'ith-' iK. .,< 50.). ) X,. -r,. P..if.kef! cine ** T..pc i li ll.r'f.-It intently cures Corlc ba*

::4 with !. txpctorate: i-i'v. .n 1 al"no Vii o'jie tie! w >i is.t n.'dor I' Fl i' r .. -t ii.-i! : j. tit t.' ? tli I t. ; t-- f haft-s. Cuts\Vound! Sj.lint ,Spavin, StireSwino
projiopec inoiv or rapi .hx to a :J ."z. r.ti.i.tiT'* P.iWiKr a *':' .itinttt-j and Ky
it: : ) fatal termination. Of all the'll.I..t..l..r. I.V <:.". -11 1I..I1: : ., ttl'tjT. ; ;'i 1. ran i t.'h. ., Collars & Sleeves.i"I Sprain!> Film of the eye. \Vl.irlbone of any joint, ;
taon.. : r4-i whom tbU groat Destroyer lm jrnUieiM ( '> T\r.'id Ca i:' ) ( IjiJir'.i'I're 1 SI-'Te Spa m, Lcckjaw. !>] Si /
; I ; t > the li'nih.every l.rXGWOIiTII. i a I'a-it the ittinxvIiVjio -. of| Bile Rotc, vc.II a-Mv, Cniclars ifu-.b.rd i p' J'-wy oiar *, I h'r. I UK? I Ibad. F.H-t Evil, Naval Gaits
fln lo .. Snaki
ee bigut with a Cold If tl li is had a--iO-.i..n-, 'inn I r", :4 : ::. 1.i.,, bjt.
9'L been attended J-no- :i ton .t f-w. it JtIIA.M I &-:Li: I by tin- i.TI: 1! A fl T' -T 1i'.- ja-t iM.-i-.cd SLI.at! ( I r th f.fii, ; of atiy thiig.
to, nil rnl.j1.t Irivo IKTII will ; lu.t.: I being jxr Vea-t I 'srder'. lutcl.c'I fiits foil-t I Ilo-e, of r.II i: Ik.tt&.is SttN tfSIccm tt Collar"
i ,. .: : neglected uud.-r the f.ttal .U-Iusjo'i that nio-t Icarv-d l nxn i <'f a'l ti1.-:; ", thut "latuiehapi" .1. L.1 l'V.I fl.i'O I i NtW ('i IeZttL h i'" DHIF.CTlOX.x: Man.-First rnb wti.irPiir.ftttI
it -.nJl'iVMts! : ,
would \id.'d a reined for oit'h and (-\ cry d-! <- .-i-," ;u.d I i it ).< 7< C'ii-! 1 Iei;' I P< p.. iji' v\ih! tie h"nfim-i.t, frcm 2t S
it1f off it
wear Ita i-ftrre1 i'i doidlv articii to I I1' ?I -ip.( .ii. r St"-ar;, ( ;ii-n'I-.:. n'* ('t iiI IbctAJX Silks et cetera .
oh-i the substance lAte Lui, iiscv\.iies! t that RH- daily: r.u lo, c.'tijrore I i'-tu.ih! I ] !!41'! 1! :.:_!itt.; Twinor. I day kf ii. a wf .let) e v< rover it. In ulcers
J: xciUnjf ih.-ie the f.'iim: Lttiai :1 4X tlt.1 ( .'tl ile i m. ,1 f 1..! .j t; P.i'lV*. i i.j-2. v, ), a -ii.r.1 L a- Art. ofi'Iij'iuitksit. \(' : -ik4.: \VIsite Satirid, f htrn.4. t-C a In.t; cover. For biivation! rub
, ti.Miof tnlx-role*. Another. :tnd :flI.'tor) c' I 11 I ad l.-d nff i Ir.-n nnd] Htttl. AN". 1.eb',! 's"o..'l I :..ndAI GUJr.v tie ps
!ur- ft'f ( 'vHni/i'iaa. I ll l< luiiiin;: p! >p'.r\; ::.it- In Sii iii.io Jlour rr. llhic: aliks I.k;: iilf-cfi' Foiflj.ries and sere eyc;, of course
fuel to the llnne until the | ti,
: tubf-icle* Fc.in t'lf-nft >(,. nn :iv..rl'si.nt if t'-i,niiy Made I II. -.-.
and Kavinbv I i 1ru\! :4'.t'lerftit, a'i'l' the rnjihl.tyiih; vl I vlt il rrcth. : .; K'-1 .'.if I.nr1.r FI -riii"4! Ci.ijio; ; Lii-st e.P.'k iii -i.tI'vrtttf i pplifil without the coer, and 10 $flake
th.ir ,. I "'hV. M Li
S.i IuC4 .
iI.! t
suppurate laVcr-iti-m. i.i
.f ,
rv. :
irat t1t i,
MV- '. \v. irt ci-t t.f L'l vi itid 1/in.r*. .ilLiu'nd s'.1, fl.1i' r 'l : ::. I i/d Tarl.-torH; a>s'd C .V-. ''.te fierly internally.
t i'i.s in the L'J'-ur8. At th.-! -ii-is.. j 1l],<> dcie: isrv _ I ; Li'tiis-; I.'s.t', "
d'jinill: In itatiiTi. ahuo-t inti.i: .- 3\ i- P.fk.ifd TVhite Silk:: Fur tie 1/t.r '. Uub
a j ion 4! ol! Illu-.ion, wt-ll 2 cr fi times &d
!,, ?!i. iiuimm difficult moan of oure*.. and < ftei.lin.es Kts at tktbnce all ir! ad.iptati"ii I totlii-s t'.i-eu: : ( TLi-f to ait iohs ,-....// ;tt; ; e gtIs, Stisttj't..l; Itt'; "rj"iIi''oI. ]Iik: wt l Cd'd Tax Ir.a.! I I.fkV. ; aflV.-U-d part, without cover, exej.t in pavii; f 4,

f Ju the latter I 1.!.i J *! /i'.i '/'' / j'tnfit i :it'it'if-: ? ii/io: il. ?it-. f.iii.i ai.t. ( 'JZY lii.g.: S. iithi-ni L.ivcdi!l 01/g 1)I'i) ;< :i UN. JoJttlnar.d, Lite \Vafd Ii'ut'c: : Xttt w oundFor Distemper, rub the forehead, ioi

.. or \rnn-t ftyt. llro rnf.lVbo Mill <>ftiil .... .1... ... tt...4 i.zs* i-fi-i.t..i>i.. tlmt vi.i._1s.i.... it'l ? ,i.ttU1b I v l'in. C! .th. Yaiieln-o! ** F1k.1.i Woifc into the notril.M.niifa.tnred e
-. ;'i') i i.'c. s-f.: .iijii .1 jr.r ?, : i O>! t..n,
r;: 1.I-I: -M_ : ] li.Ji if takiii:! lii-li.n* the hi.jr I I ettr.-'. j>r> e I i.i-1-: 't | :. Yi' _rit.:. y nj Ribbons 6c Trimming's. : by I. T.Henderson forR.MIX05
n\vav mnke: the j pntu nt ?m.n oo nf.ii 'ah'o! inJ Vtt. 51'i-iila I.'g. !h.'r v iih 3 vatitt < foil,, r art it'-'.-, all "f w' MiiilMH Prw-f ,,
I iaed. 1 > e !"lulbi* Ii-'n1r.l'1. .t tiiai! *:nitl 1. > n !i..iiii !i A Ikjx", :; 4 7 S ..tI! Shirt in:." OXNI.T: Ah 1 irif.'iH .>' > -nN. f'tinntrvillf
prilonhw lifind i# th : cithv'>f alii.-d- V, '?:.tal.! 'A e \\ d ts rtaenaaUc t.'ri.as h I il-ir: k 5rlk Vr e", '
t. i :- but will e"i\ini'! the :.ii t *wpii; d < f i'j ml v "rl.TJi'H'SAXDsoi' .'! -, 1-1 C J A- ] '_' I 4' tun amd'nx ; p'iy .r ) T.I.; -.tin '. JILLf3IAfSHAfJ; *, Fort Games 6'o
but' in it* iii'ipunt 01 iiif-iitnvij p ii ) ; coN-r.MPin' I i: phJihail :i -( \ > IAIU'It li. t's, \ h ( trt. < i.f ( eortu; Alabama} ; and Florida
1u;; i!* as CLflLllft l a-* any 4l'r HJMT SITISvrunof J)r. flor.'rs la-n i, - v: .I"--ll. '. d V/or-Ircd I.r..i.'i.-i.: t I.'A rNtII: ). TaLhnee! ; JOIINJOEI.tN. Quiii t.
J .ivc'rw''rl. Tarnnd ( i a- | AVI.- C.-I'd T-
'a'lchnl-iT1: !. if t.j\< \\bi-li wtsc'i 1 to Iv n-fttUll'f eie-: <,liut wl.ii h h.t'.tjr'v .: \ 'I.t.; CoidutiM. J Jl I'Lut Pobbln, HINDS ,t DICKIXSOX
at thUti-TV. will t.AS Cip ;.
SITirLY: A s 1 IT doi.lv l ji.lliti\t-s. but tl.i ine.I't 1.it- 1' ii"t onpaliiiivo ;\ ; I lei. I.i.'et"lI ; t Vap '. G IFf1N, Ap.alu-LiVf

.i. I TAKEN' 1'Ii. j.; ti"ii Lutt : but s .vrc f r *'/ / //. ./ / 'r' '. I t e-.n-ai.-: l > i J Ib.vIn...-! '' J"n-n ())4nat:4. S-r it 7 .' or" )j' < i'.i-i -i I I'riro 'foffioin I t f' TfJSTIiiOXrAL5J.
can refer v >u 1 iiunl..fil: Its lixi in \iitnt .. Gloves &, Mitt
.c .f >c e< t o m> ii" deli! roi-s l>rtr ; u 1 t"i.- I 1iid: w ill j prove its a-t-'n I l\\h.'n\ 44 \V.Mjii.a' >Iti.lr/0'; : : Nt'.V V.'ik, whu-'i I 1. will -* IiJ..w. --'Z.._
tint it i* TWK: Ai.,1. tlu o.-rncMJ Iv Union Parish La '
.-* .4t; man: vouian nnl 1 rt-fr., w xliort i-l.iis-JT: <.f. (-i'y I 1", > !.:T th-iii: :riv :. -. iti< in. 4
every hild. \\ hl.i; < a <.Vsh. flinir\ Ci-n-tir-j .t'i.n) a-id a.l: 4''I-('a-i-s < f the LMII-, \\ i'h- < 'hanlt, j'V >trjM'! *, Sia. rlm.I! Piill) "*< t.-N.fr! ir,. is.WA'ICHES .- ;;. n "4 ,-L( IA im: nv.iiU in '
cures )be
< r iBfuhjc t to t C41'1. t-il-o to
jtlhi* inodi'-ine hv yi-u :iud l.iur.ih a-i iiti.1:, f 1'ot. J '.." in the the .
liou-eanl I whniev.-r ; es* of .Jlr. linesman
y.-n 1v1e (Ml. 'd. uot {/ /./ riit'l clt.. nt'it-"' ;.r 44 Apn.ii t CLOCK AND JEWELRY.TOVLK I.-1r.ir.i' S. Xerve who cs 4
"Jtt it alone" t, wi-rk' : y nr and Il-ne IJr.inif
ujNhi.f in i a oinduit ( Vrv'.V'T jij-oti-ct >ur; HII a w< ll :: Ihe ( ..n- (J. mPhiMI ( : sittI, tt h-
: ( it thoroughly, mid at >mv'. \, iI,4! 4 sore : 1.1 am coiartl.!! in erinmon Lt>nc.: tr
\ .TV ifj.ly ; ,,1zt ,
fu.r. M"ol.'I :
p -tiMji4\e; ur*. i>d < t.t.:/ //-ill t"ti'.d \r. (1 tins & I.1YJF1RS 1ii, s;: t'> n.ake attestati.'n
: liejlitig eompou-id ail 1. .nve \ .stir I l.i'i s ttLiniJ. the 'f roM 'IO.'K) l lio'lJi: ( ; LUX.-V 1.i(1it 4* to the merits <>ffiuhanmvaliiabiT. '
: igi1i.t.-! V JI..J1 i ll. ,
< I'll 1 '. ivnei nu-.II.-inc.! I
to c.irrv, you 111 full \ i'T r !1. n .'. <> 1 t.d! ,, i.#-.i.4-. :: .. .: tin vr> 'r n1 have .i; am the iwre anxious totlo-fliis, as tlf .
a re i'h 4 ; ,.
tl.iit U 2
MOT; in: us rtIlk.1'. >U i i- \\till.i- tu.td: it it. .1: 1'rti J :1-- ) .;ni .. t.- ; .iJI 't.v; s r ?, Ic: :;. r*' ntas n patitiit of my oxin. and, prtviously t,

-p4: Hive you 1 1Th'te. wal.!;. < .ii'4tn.! who > a'takij' Inc ut i Pi .nri ( :.la-/.T Strlf( .v." >' .i'X>x ( iij! s, ., \li I h they \viild; rt- u-iii-:. your ji tly rianud ""hal all dn hn leg Le Ldt t

!t.L;; coM, aid: nljcet; t'i Cn-np ? lirncnlxr'TLeie arr n- r\ii.7o\; .s uxiMrxT roi: TIM: liLT: ::, ..t.It U'l luff. W.D'tni..l 1 .iiiiu-1*- ((In J.Id n M.-'U 1 *.*( (.-1 j, ctJi'Ut'l I th. .it'-i.o.'i f tj i'. p..blic : Insolvent Estate Notice.. >'.-.t! J1 re'ii 'li.-s usually a-Iopted in eu
r'-1 !i. n i\v i:M-d in ijji' li J i-i iL! I i.II I : l.t t-i j t ty i !,. *. .1 t.li'.rt t'me after iiin, liniment he
never W.-K a r.ic of Cnnijwhiih) di 1 not 'IILwheezin pii'i-'jial isjiituK ati:' I 4 IMlanl: V t1e l V..I4. Fi.itiu.k '4 T.tTI: ( tI LL( II: U ). jour was perfrttly -
di1'1 nate in a ClI AuJ wb'n vur j'is' t j riv.iln j ..'.tco; > 'f<'t.r; en'iirnby I ai i'-'i. <-n c t.vnIn *-d. t i'lid. .J.-sms P.ii 4. i II: 1 I. J..InM, : ; i-"i* C .uf:ty. t.nuf.MKL : lui'l [ trrnaiuutiy curs's!. HiIf? is now as soujas

; and' ouin. ymi know ri"t th.i*. l lf. r .:f i j !r. i .(:;.'- :ud uii..i. lii-t and ta--t: ivita'nU .1 O.jtnai.Mis, a U a i. .!.'lstti'Li, tttr it was. ICn.&f.U.lt. U'.t.ST.ji.'ii
V't 1-i.
re .r 'Fwi.l-i \ : i : T.; i.IXf.O.
,. I* moniin: Cioujt tiJny n1 FPI in. an 1 on.V'n < irt-t f'rt\ <-i.ie 4't f the PILLS, rnlu'sj I r i.n-hth TJn.'n'riVh.tt''i .jtILt IfU'fl Di.il: (;..M I I.< ,'rLi'JiosG -. Lctiirtr..1 cx .fiio a.rsi.i.- TO THE PUBLIC.
a-i M.lford 1 /
tt as'l! ;. M I Hurtling J.c-M-r.-I 1. Artmf.f.! f I I tr.t..r 4.1 the -u'.f'- tf./r-Iu ::. I'SrtriIC'{ >. Inr.ii <,(
t-.h-.ti1. v
g F1iyIitn. v' nr hir: child I IM I IN : -rliul.y a- oic-d 1'ity ii.- \\h ii- i'iviCo..,
yotid] ie Farmf
in.iy < i adi ti't 1-j 1 I Jl-in ,i lt-n MicelinM -, .. *. 4. < -. C '.: ty. .1. c ..s,.,!. !Liti. .fay tiled in tl..- Pn- rville, Unirn PanMi. I % March 18,1S3I.
f \V bcec1i vitni" ] J.'jt'ist Iil'I in Jhrf ,
( help. tlettt'ie. < l r.ie 1 z4 i .lloviir M.'iTtlCX
ycu v.'ti vau' tl r.i; -l! .1 1 To the Editor t f the New Orlean
( I, .t1-it'I ? :ll: ef i
: 4. V; a < ': -:1: ritt. :
? ifi-li. f ell c.-in'y a v n '!_ .r.4ia that he
F' f
Jivos 'f chiMi 1 pl.iiiit.- -Itt'ij.'if ? irt 'i 7i' iiat'iti > Afi-lr : .ktiij.tiunIluiit -'
( ), this H?
1 your : ii<- lirin'1 }Lv In if. trt'liftaiif. ( entlt-n We
d eep vu : ;i-fi Li: .j: .1!. i ie.v. it.) .. I Ip.r > :< n- wth. thn.uirh your !
> : J".m'v! : Sih'r i f'Ttjre'! J.. ; i.fa.I Jjts.i X. Pi.rtri.La- valcaUsjbnrnal. -
thu I.iiu.e and when 'iiitniii iii'tfcii TLrmtt. I'ui'llurns. tr.Siiver ,
litih- rrtl\r-t* if ,' .
your onetike eold R I ijF 1 1r"'mjii .t! ,..I. tb in-.l'r.r to expre** t.> the publie voluntarily, our of
: ? tiIE : ( *. .*.'.. ., / I I'irtr \\ hi-'l--i I !' ; .c
: a uw luvt_iuii ;i\c iiin iij *fjj ;n until the i fi.-h < tf 1 1' 't-iridin_ and f.-v. Ii- ( 150'S, and 3I.iibh- Mat.tk' Cl( 1. tk < rt-ton, i.< tic-1* riv< n t<> all pf r"'nims Iiavht age
not 'uuzll t-ntii ely niMuod. AVe >r 'T : r C.>IM ii i a i ition :? iriz IIL
riwitirtiMv oj; ) IT.
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si't I
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: : ; t<* r ar and file the
: :; nrtr, after lh" iiiot <'\tenlf> l < xwi iince.. ujM! u-h: :* zti1 1 oJii'dn i'i I'-d-jii-e ih.'rn : 'iin .1 : : : ith tlw Ju.l .f Lr..t.-! pj.; -mmf L'Knii'nt! Wai all'. (n,(I J'tthiioiric (#I! *
that if thi. aduce W lo-\ed.! (-lln- r.nd 1 J.wt-tninje.ii: < : nd tjhti: i of Jh.hetby .- f..rai4 COLUen ir bcJuJ -
MO cl.U > Iite'
i.o i.ocd NEW FALL fl..l! ( Itisouhs
fvci AND WINTER GOODS : ; ( ;; ss- 1rtrei. i... fln' ('srs!. we are not adtoeates of the host ofr -
i noF CKOIT. ) ri-.tvri.'ii: ol'tl.e. jwit-% IMIn I en siirpn'-ii/ I 'orI. on I ( .1'I 1 -a'at Pis-. lar I it teat. iiacc. n.ttlic-infs which hood tie
; C.i F now
I'isti.'ttf | ,*itiiik
: for the eold would K' c'.ireij. l lf.re ii eo-al 1 ire In Mild i-.e! ji'i- ii. 'I )li<> c..i inmi: nniaik .f! tl: r IMHI widi: r-i'n.! 'd i I IMir- t.. !" ..;.:! t.i J.N en-i>- : ii40 ,. .1 .c1LLF: :. country
fltt"tF. it
ntlhi lut
an t I nit. ls''r Ii?: : ( : (;. an act of sheer Justfre to the inventor and
who hiuflit in it i',1"I I* -It I it r* .u.d i li I:1 pni/K-ih I t i.. 1 1. f i\- l !,, :f i.fJ'n.&ci'r.
asrjraxated and fatal; t-t:t L1 t\ry M./h< r.ineeiallr. t j.t-- !!. a .Iiti: t. I : i- ; r ri < 1 ;'I'. V&.,.t. a's. I ( I It.u-. S.u13. of u-tr to the bl."e. in cLterfuIIr and! voIuntarilT
1 h '-' rI.t .'. It. I pi< ,
: :tV v" 1 ?
) l oed will t'l' sc ren.aik; lluit 'Jse tuav: jint It }* w irfimtnl to j '.t.-e nt.y JK ro lh-.t \\ill tj v it. alitiifiii- lit sni\.il:: and i--v .- jf :!. ( fti.- ; 'i.I 1'litsb1. ( .1 1 P. ii tn.I I rneil Via fr in onr ow n prsrnal Lnow ledtre! of the above taeovIdf
t1Lw; IifVeuder. when niftHriiiiJjcr the ('nit! '*. N'o.rl.jy I >' u.hs \oulii.l I I lh f i i"-i rvt.nHf..niid 1 :ui'J '4t.i'I s'-'iriv-t ojf '
I < ,
t-.iiv Mi.'ht < t : :* I Pt'4. ( ;4T.i (; .l.t a I .h cr Notice.IX I [and -vvhlih have. been attested by numerous reritabiv -
t t-ouiecln'U-hi'd Llo 'flL )h:nv (rO:1-i: 'U Ijittnlv to HjiMarh riinile.Laiuio! of Coi.-tt .; JJiotlxr, j'r.j'.kti'i.so'i < 1 ll> .i I litn'i-'lit i In lhL 1,1.11 k.t. al i <.i whiciihi* 1) ..tI,!' Is'.i: Siv r Si.. ( ;o4i,4. S11 Iecta.1 : v itiii. ts.f to ay that. E.SCI internally, it i Li ocof
hi If for !h the : ii.ritI? i n tini1 *' n :,-t:'.hh. t.riitAr'l I li er fliI l'V *t.t.5! rf.. r .Lit'th..- 'er.zne'I? a'ltritra,
TM isr oii-niml: i.'iecL It is"an old .vr-ijijnr. >r O< < Can (.3 ''. .-. Siivi r titI Il.ti'l I.i-'. ) in the bt-t flsEtlCjtCS! f.'r !i.-ea"es of the Inngs and
p i.Iae, that "to 1 IKfnj warned, i-1 tu be hw ii iI! ir<.{ !l.. 11 'I l -<'IJ 1 !<.- ao;\ 1 I... ... 3i; ih'i;, i'itv. 1(1''r f.-r < tl>,- I'.i'i"f All-Tin I. r Ii. n.! leeta.-d.
! f..trxneJ.- I)1.l'Nl-V) : .- D-, L \nzirrr*: .\rotxTirOIL. 1 Ii.I.h'r. L.t..: i'aI i* r N.ieh I it -Is 1'. rE F. ,,d ry. fr .m I.T'i; .lervation. know it U the l.ct reinnlj itant -
I'jir'Mit so li t it \1c in : :>,.untb : .i. i H.I :. -14 I i b. : wn.so.V.Drcsg ; f I Ii.; of ( >a !'-. i n t t fi'v. 1 1.-ri I.t. vi illrt > nr 1,14 t tti.1
.. yir ei--e. )l f.r tin- ciiti-.f J.tftt4"1'I., -tilth--- .li .titLl,4. 1 ,.r O4 ". f, a '. -_ I is ..rt.1.1. '. I'tr.h'r .. ( used exten>aly!! fr manor bea t iu the cure sf
.1' He cur<> to r>V for l lr. A. .tr4.L'e i. nr t and v.> :.1 L> r- to 'h.f f !.'n. Ju i c of Piobatccf
ItojerSvrnnof I1V- ; thoae diacf fur wLkit! i id advertiseiLl
Ii Goods. an.1 L''t'_ I.slti-' I' .1 ,. .
n 'i-l s. !, ihu I in7/in-! ti iintfaiiiii_- .f : :.aI t h&Int.s'& 4. F.t.tlier :
jU\VOKTTAU: and and 1 l'.us'x r J.ii'1 :..-k t.> Ij ili--f l :ircii.S .
other be aid Muu WI.IT.vhil'7iii: .f f t1i'u.: 'c'i hxli :.r<* s\mp; ;"i n i .f p. CLT.' PT.i: .b F.tvv ( I .tl.I.. 2.t-. 1'.. ;.t (4.IJ4'(4-., 'tr- I 31.1)! ilayf tsttmti'aI' will further cf>r>Tmrianr

- 7 'J paluu-d cu *\ ou. I pn-af-hin; :.: d< uli. J Jions \\1.i. hnv.- 1 ln-n tj--if f. r O PI'.id I r.'V.iI :: tc-v''rs' t'1-!. i/iiv 1'jtld Ct.Ita-S{ lltM-i'1 Ti-a, an 1 t.ttii.i r !.', l :'S.: Sf. one of its superii rit"v in the ti re (>f Consumptior
srovir. : T.'if.
t MPAP 1IANI> sheriff C.T. DAKTOX.
tw.M'y \ .is. iidv ,. ILui-l! i>< i4.hilvtr Clerk
I- < ji' nibj .t t' i.n.r tiLi.jjM.lhav. -, i"l i"a' Ml \ UT'-lii.iO: : Js lkJ,
111 rjiartutiv: <-t. Xi-w < )ilan1i"lwlc i: ELLIS.! JUetrJtr. S.CDAVIS.Asecr.
. ._ nf.r i.-ii': c LUl..-, \I.e. n laruKveil.! l. Silk: li--4 > -tt.ii.:
la .ITSi i'l..tTmr) .
i ; t. \\ General; ) : *
A''iitfir t tin. uth--iii :.. ( x. >r. J1V.N.; v t'UIYElI-1OUF.M.L
to whom all older* i.it: l !in, al.lr.-.t..I.1 .Al-, s.1I I 1 lv TO; O'.VXEIIS) ; OP AXI] ) II.) LEIN!: HOP *- *01 I \\.ite.1 fl.r.ig.' T.'I.-I 1 >.'I. and 'I.-i >) rvn<. I-U{ t.r J. V.MIL'TIIXAXCE, IL RHUTIIXAXCE, An.St .
D. JI. Am. >\i h . C ,'t.ji'A P. r.t' K' .'' ". Kiixrjd I S1I -. I Pl.t'i'.I I V 1 IX rn*'ntl.< aft* rite 'full pre <-nt my final! PCl3 -
> .t: Co.. i:. IJirnard .Tr. Tali.iliieif. .i J'mriiir 'lint.iitnf, f. r tl.- '-uii1 < f v.r dip. Tra "s.-t*. Hi-ki-r- ngixeer
A. JI.I WiUoij. r Vwpc it. SuKU'-l I l'u! t h':i, 1'. :t.I.-r. .*-|j.t;i I II.Hif.! Jl.x.f l i-.iiij I HTMMid ( .'i.re- b:% I. r -. .'. (.i-'rI'.l tat.irUit *. ) 'rat vt.r.U.Vau.r-. jii.tf.-r; ; J'i* o.i.i.f.fi I i.i.'htri to tl.e I !.-a..r.tI1.' Jij-ftf n. P.. r.r.YAX. D. PAYNE.Ftbruary :
LLiiitiocll.1 J 1' I t.-d tiul 1 l'. \oi-h I ( i. I ;.i.I 1 i :' t... F'.u trca and CurtdlisfK1- :. , <.4U J..id-.u *L t'.i.. 4 >uiicv. V.'illi.m] : IV. I t. W.irnd-, P.JIIS I in the 1 bi.-I] -. Jkirvft. 1t 1t. 7 Ij
', ( is I..i lel will t i t-.iin.-nt t St t tt. I lc W. .T.-Ln} n. hit*- of.Jfarcl
. {i'l ei Chuttalio-xhiV. JiJtzH tt j Ji) < ,'. -ri', M-nui.na. Callel: Hi-Lr: Craekid I JIt-c-! rat hi-t Cut*, Iii. re aisi 1 'I't'o 14TId. '.
"\ 5. :';ti i1..I Fiu-s I).. ,l !UJt.irr.-l il 1 (; I t. TI I .i.uJ\: >::5erzat .1, ; I i.-I f r a !krsti-i.'n
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J H. H it Co, JJ.Ji.b.i Ije, (.la, 11 .Stixa."J"Jiuaji tic. "ii I.i.r-) > -. 4 "*. Sh t Pout-ho* rid TV! T T TJTTmTTDCfVWTOVv"
Title. CLICor.ll.lfS2.;: f'-i U<,n. All r.f the nluve nnnrd rufi-V v7 ;-t i iPl| :;.nd nll I '.'r."Lni C1tl. P..W.I.l r F'Lk. Ili.J'-h Cap-. (Cu.i '.V:. I-. ( .-:tts' : tr.-tu myMia..:. r-Kp.; J.l.u J l> >K.\--N A u "

A! Y 45 (U./.; 1 l'C.. ni-t.I k A. Urotbr.I t 2 S. P.I t< rV I'M'K I !:ire < *.i-I:.nt< i. fid Miriwie?, R'Kl*. liiiT.i,'- <_'m!, rv, v.th: or ui i:! ,u 1'..rk-. I '.-i- !t.r hi aff"iiiry in f.tt. .i. I.LIII: : -1-\: the no>t sucfessfi.1, sei ntific praetitfonfr of1
-I-L. ( pt : fjtic ra.a ( .;iist: 1LL. OCt''i'c r 15. Is.j" 41 CITI i t tI.! .. rt'-t.Iit eouiitry. fi-r the Ci.re ('( kind !, .
itctlv v -r> -t (Cut!< iv of all t'"iSiors ally
-_ m iiar: .f i the A V r I H'rti--I,. twtn ]i>irelayUll'l j. ; < -< : ipi: > ')-. :
At Chambers. ]Vi *' <{ */. ., .Ill" ll" 'r fl.lJll ];! H'lll Mil, XV V.'lk.ti ':ti i 'oil's I.i.I c1.I ;-ii
.4 Christina: Slioiig ) vhi.'ii all < >id< i < n.ii'-t l l't! < d. Abv! L5)WA1M )- I .:t.I!. I 'i. tl, ( s.x.t.rte ) I'li.t.. XL..J.S.'! \nl.n I 1.! c-. \A -i :--.i-I .'.-. AGENCY; OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO. :u Fun-jpss Strriwus Vleerati'n. ilypns. and Cufata'ious -

4 t ts. J. EI11 for 1)MVC.) ) lAlXAll! ; 1 ) only in) T..ll.h-ft- \\ \liii'\i. thflwv ,- llaii.in, ( '."ih, StringII */. -i.. ll./'>r "-'I. i -. I.':5-in'- F\fr.u: : tC.. rplli j ; ; in r-T r.d.. A ,', -.t St rl*.- 1Ll'bV' C.1'ip.irn tri.piions if any portion of the body. tt>getAr -

L4 Cl.rstn2lor< ] 15. Ftronj. ) nl.olil: .- iK-ih-r: f rll-'iih.i :.nd! v-ill
Itttt. _Ma-lii, : ( ; ,-, : ) %.Io S.-: t Oi) .;. 1., r ''.> >, lsV2. .l.; 'j-ii-f In, hv Iliitk and Csin-tit.tit'naI! Derauccuient ; also snOcnr. -
I j coti.tiy: 1O( i' :tt thil.m.sj 1 pji-' .i < ] ;v .I.n-.n! < : riv n and I iuuc L'Lii.ti.g
; iii H: bill liriti fiU-d i.i tlm n.l 1 : ; tAuri a.well
\ proof 1min: ;* 'j 1 iiil t i'.i'h.Cal.j'.li. t. as a practitioner c n secret ibsea.w
t t )*]>! s M< ntiivl!.', 11 S. i.\-t-, TJoiuajlle da. i i.n.it'in1.: 3rii.! .: 'i'iui-f: A -.
: h.-en ma 1f thi i.I 1)1 and those tu Also the
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rae : & f..idait i'i:t- ..ittd) PiEMiUt.'L COTTON GINS. met) peculiar woman ; tosf
.. aud I by ')ut 41 tIit fKloiida : It is .r I.-t.d.that! a I 1I itt'-. ieei.eful ether of Consumption, sad alt the roaxfrulmouary
O.ilatr] t 8, I''$ 4 1'') b1 T. T\\ I.MK iv. CO.. Pi.i1. Z& .
ii:: n.if be hal J on he facts ch.ti ;i-d in fa'd: bill <>:i ill1th lyeo\v Tit.! 1 P i-i in Pii'.fs, Disease Can be ct-usulttd bj letter erin
.t..i-! <>i i (iiii ( Circuit
.1 'I.It55t.I'l i v t a\c.'l.i"; ilon Jay in Maicli! mxt t, at the 0 uit H.'U-e I in TalhiJiUbsee ( : .ii.h-.in-i t t:'--.,rt.'di D C. V.'ILSOX. person at Fort Games. Geo.TESTIMONIAT.
Bounty Laud Warrants j I-.Ti'rI' n I.- mil'? tin. f in I &II& i..iriis .11 a ii.i'taii'
+ .: ; r rot idd 1 that ac'-py <,f tl.ii.ifd. r Jjcpubli-hf.] \'v.'i.r i. I -. :;_ 4 | (,'*,"**: X. Heir '. J.iii.1S.. Jlu-t, ) DILL .

';t. in bome beVppeI. of this Mute f>r I the hpac<- of thruinnihs ij"J30UiIT j ( I I ai t tlc f,;:,'. t jr'.c*, :-tid pr.-ii.-d: ; j i.-i- jf n r.tilv. ism i.l i/ut I lic! .Coil1. uro\> ir>s ic- vs. [- Ft-r f.rcd..ure I of LOIISVILLE, Kr. August 7, 1849.

' i: : ut least Ixfoic tlw .lay .pp.ii.tI J.-r faid F\ fur thn-4' M |It', Ii-i\ iis't l It.-:l aM1-. t-tth p Hats und Caps. ; ._i4ti. t i'jt t it ani.; i. ; juii I t.s >i'pi| i i\ tti.ii ht.; .i I'KI ( ii.\j.
Ltarinj. WAYLLS JJAlvlIII.] ] _i !i-h thi ir el-ii.-u.s.: Ifi I 'i> ha\' r.-( .)'i.-d a: '-- ...1iinitiiit < u Mil)M tif n. % c.u have completely cured ister of the CanCer -
Judjje. I |/A IIIO.VAlJl.KJr! Sl-J kiii 1Lt.e'Z. j \Vht-rr-tlit-t I .Uii I hut- !b. en ui.re u-r f L it woi.Iilbr IT I r 11 ::4riZ l<> th" l ..rt. by afiMavit i-rule in thiiu ? niy
: :I AtU'ht:-Him AUCHHI. <_'/' 11.., n than th'-y \vfic < jtitk-d to. Kt in- know i i- ;'& i-: Snj ..ii-r .'.->-i.i.-d tinni t t---i\ If r I Mairti-KfiiKi' t I torjvj -: >. th-.t: th,- :i? >te iir.ine'l ,hf -n-Iant loMea! outt.f of her breast, anti l ilrs. C of the Polypus
Dee-J4,1S5) SmSl Jon.\ I laxi'i: had f..it.. i.ii \ <-ar- t.\jmi< ii'-e in th.I of tin n<> tie other directions in the vario'ns treatment
fly Jl.LwiUi, Jl. C. pio-'rMi- 111 ick t.t- i'n re < "itw.i, j S aoul, u n I the i r. tutor I J- t iht-t tci-1 coi'i! ifi.t I I n.t- i..i- the Mat.or I lori !a. but in the I'titt-d b'J.l'-s 4er -
t ion' and I I 5(4 I i! i; of (JJ.tveinnu-ut; 41! linis! I inr''. i-t-in-1 1 *. of Chronic Dnea.= ha better than
-- es. proved
wi ] !. a\ir iLrtndotnJVall riiint-*. h.ivt bt-t-n bn.iuht} i to ..':cii p.' ill rUon. thj It i* ( 'ij-itf. 'L hat the -niil tU'feru'snt d>' afpearai'd any

Notice. bUy th" wari.ud ni''tnof", ninj lhr'.ii'h; tl.-) \ niii's S. .4 Siit L I. I heir s-ijii ri.-r poit.-riinnr.' v. ill I t r. ft inr-efil: I thei-i! I :ar-\v. r tl I.e b'll tf C..!:ipluint, til.st! l in iLls t-.tti-e. thine: I have ever met with in my 25 years invest!**
1 )
per f>ns LavJuj f-l.-iinm I I i art til' tit. atV >hi'ij .n. I I'HIM-' in rnpus \ 4. f )tter I .i'ti.4i I' in prei.-n-i ce fos'i t.t li tir fiin-no't in u-". I 1'cr t tie! 'ti'hin i t"i r in. rids frviii the ilute.! f the rubricatu! u. f'j i tiiti nit'1 l j raetiee.
ALL ajjii th stat I IjIiurfl -, --inn iu-"id I \ \ \\i o .! ., ; li. ri.li ,* j jsatiUrtii.n t
< < n < ; < : 7 ..Maliitn.i 4. Yours, 1mespectfilly.! T. A. HOBES. M. H.FARMERVILLE .
( j ti! 1. -thfttti-e lie -ai.l Mil uill ,
K Thi'iaj n, deet-rx-d Lite f .taeieet I' t>! ti! .. c- t\lo); h.tr n.-l n-nl the Jim-, i-5 < r Lt tJ.r: f.-r
<> LSI ui I ; I''o ( .' lH.">id<"< Sui.ti! C..roi'i.-i! ar.d 'V.a. LA. Xovetuber 18 ISS1.
: will \\.itl .1 and j ill. ihcif ? t I IPro ( mfs I&l : Prut ishd, 1Lt a -ryof ,
County, |pre'nt them to lhi, uii'l'iitncd Adn.iu an t 'in.u'j.1.mUt; tt r.-pn.iln n.t -
ti -t.'tMuster 1 I JIollfix!1 .-d
t. IIM.ISSii'i in I L.- I PJiiMil.i, Dr. Henderson the medicine prepared tar
htrat.r 1 (T'VII a I th.it tl.i-! 1 in 1' I't' ;:i tr in Talfilw.5rteoii toy
within the lteii1'1 i l !Iv l.i\v -.ir I tnr tiet-i. only ;jt I 111-1 Pr.n.intnnat Pitf-j [ pul-lL-hed
thv wil"be
r \\-ir. It ( ,
ii::; b.,ireil ; aud all in Itbtud lnnaid t jon: Irmany Juait- M.-i-t; r, Pi-n--i r M'ft <- r.i a\\Rtii! t. to I ti.ti'i! l.-i I the JSKSI (;JIX I chi'cted \- :c a t\eik Kr the sp.u-c .1 fuur iiH-i.th. mother in Ipw. llrs.IItndricts fyi Cancer iathebceIt
tate aic EcqUei I Jaunty JJuid C.aiu.s; t-.ill in. Xotlnrire) : it I nlainno .' t has sueceevled, and I feel no hesitancy in saving to the
( V'-MlliiJC l tl -r.iir held \VAYLIS: 1UKF.R Jth.t'
p ted to make )uvmri.1 imtncdiatilJACOIJ, l. .it I c 4I &J t.ti.: a4 A 1-ntj.tJccr-4 : .
.4 { IJLlO'l'I iiii.ii.-y, (C. J H. JILOOI: ) ) ). l Ittl. 't.I.-kitt aI !.i.v. also, at th. .\i! itsjit.i! ai.d, (I -er i.t \.:n..:;ltnialami AT Cntirrrr-s. O..1.r 11. I*."*.". 45 4tu 1 world as.I. have said to you, that in many years exps-
Afrr.i1EtItl ir. X. H. lVisonith in 'dtk-d l l/i.-rn--! '.xiio ( t l I j\: .. '.. II ritncc in the western country and acquainted withtktfeientific
The. 24, lb5S. bw M.-pJunii-'sr! .iri.rld at ( liiii.lnis; ; .,?, ., j tinani.u.tl I
51 \\i'h tin1! J-itc: cs-tnbli-hnu-nt an- :also ii.iitc.l to c.\\\\ Practitioners, are the best onChronic
Pi.iIi! Drab) l I'jir 'i tif S. nli? Cjn-lini I you very
__ ltvcr < : -litnt-, :it
_-_ _ XoxcinlH-r. Ih...!. -H 1 .m Middle Circuit of Florida.IX Diseases 1 ever met with or read after.
1 S.4tVi'.l 4' ( h ii Is-ten- Tind iit tf n cmnid t.n t'mr:, ( iit- rr-

Notice. '.i-iij-i.H., I l.l.i'-k 1".l l ihnh .- itt-d i tin- tlr-t Pii-nii.it iat I thehi 1 I: nf ion 1 ft Id i iCh in LKOX CIIiCl'IT COUIIT..ksph Yours, Resj'ect frilly. B. B. WEST. 31. P.

i; ci'i)1o1i"' tlut, at tlio ( pri..1 Hamilton County Sheriff's Sale. ( "nlilin'i! b -i\i r ; nd f'ath.r', s ..t .S.&t It ( .ii'i,1U!3 .I!.(. s CV4. y I I i htdariI.1I :UattUIi.r, T. SpTrrra 1 ?:C. Attaclir NEW OI.LLS L August 7.1852.

,. IIinHERY tiom ih'n 4.e, 1 phiill s.pjJy to the) 1)I Y viii tie .'faiiit < f li'-ii i fui.i Hud from th.- I Ii atv ww.l l.tt- t..t. IL ( ,,t itcs I s' its I Isv. ..(PR '. 1,. in-lit. ill iKbt. Amount Dear Sir : Your medicines and directioos in ti

$ .*_: ). CotniuisHionir of lVniniis fir il.e re !istt2. !' ]I.uiity} : ( "tlk's: (Jini-04 f f till' ClM-llil (C'lUtt --t---i
Jand l f.f 11].iiiiilt' '.\h tIti .b.hu I 11. .. !. s .. 't: rrilififjtf t s Iron Pi.u.ti-t*, Co'ton I f'm'vi! tiled bv n>>, and I find them entirely eat -
: Wai rant No. 21,7 K.*, f"r 10 acm-, i isul to mV i, < K Jfcik.: r I is ;plaii.tiif and I ; I r >. ( inI I .b.-t i h Kraru-h: J "

: .. rudertf aft 4,1 Siii1iflhivr 2Mh. 1 K.V>, r>r tei \ i.-es in i;; !rIaChivtrs: ii ih-f. ndi.i.t.. ; I hi\: <- 1 li'\ led, 'JJK n and .!.ii ;att l.n ghtzeil mission Miirlianis, an.I M i.u.iciiiui-; t (*..'r( nfi rPHIl I: IV-ftr.dint anIallothfrwill take notice ( I f. factury. and believe your system better than any

1 1 (he Floiida War, uivhr Capt I 1'udprtt, an 1 which bavarraut I \\ I4l \ f.
btok-a fmin Ixtutfii If al hLI In :;, I .1 I ,i.d t !h.' .'.it.' pl. >n dicf I htht Yours, Respectfully. T. C. JIcFARLIX. 3L D-
wa me in O.-ti.ln. ] --r>S.ilO ; -, f"rn I tinCourt II.I .u-- (' \VI 1.OY. | j nt i anuot be t \- r.s d ne 1 I.. nbv notit'td to : a-nl pli to the
nj'lH'i'r tes'imonials
1" >F.S DANIKL. lf<.r ju the to\\i of.Jj-K.i] the f-llo-.un tkcrilxdMi.noitv ctlliilliv I a i\ 'tins i e\rr rianiilirtnrrd.All Any amount of cnn be seen by callipj
iccLiratit! t-' the rub's! rf the es"irt.1LL'hI .
n, :
AbriLamlo\vn, Doc 31 l, 1FW. C2 Cw I toit : Adminiatrator'a 5< ->i
*J he S \VIi 4 Jin I th }V i f the S I. 4 F c IT. T '_ "I I.r.iI .\ .! ('I : .rx\ari't-d' t to ( hi- Propr.iti.r-i.v' JlwCItrtCm cf a decided! knowledge arising frcm ten years cIcs

iat Administrator's Sale.OX 11 I X and! I., C''ntaii.iii'! *iJf acn-s iii"ic or 1. -, Ti.e. d.ith<- "th ,<.ty f I 1',.T ,',.,..,,' ,l0xt.\\iI! b> inait.uiM 1 i : .il-A.M < reo-ive pron |>t altnitnni.! ( litis X.sstrnber 1.3.; ; practice, observation and experience in the West and

L.iil l uj>.in s.tl... pr.'jK-rly i .f Maid deft ii-Ln! !. Mid at t iie- -, .; ,..fVIM. 'I* 4it1''n.| ..1.PI I.-. will I i I !t... --fit to anY |.irf of the countix audar the Hospitals of X rnr Orleans. His system, gives but

Ion'1aythe C lh Jay of IVbuiary next will 1rb1 to !I.>. told l-i Kili-fv: i-.oi.I] \\iit i .f J f.i; ii f(< i :i t"(>. i'm"! -: S.-d.itl. tin- p. ii-1'.lbl.; piojx l ttv I b. ],?, ,;., t., raid. s- ranttd lo-jivv >|.i<-ti>,n.Jn Tax Collector's Sale. a lit Je pam and selJom ever uses the knife, and -wben

: before tlie Court house d-ior In 1'aIl.hasMftt to law. "JAMIIS X. UKMiIiV i I Slarill. t.tfen i-ti'ii'-f in.il.-, h.r-.s 1 1.... C7n, fo-1 I l.-r.and ( ).*. L ..M'rro.V. As.n.t, TaIIiia! sCe. 1) V \irfu.' 41>f autI.'ritv in n>e ve.-ted by law. I have compelled! only to a limited extent, remedies soatLant

: public outcry, the follow ing real ci-lute of \ ioctIx.ts JK-eiiuber) 31 lb. .,'.!,. r :.rti.hs..f a p;, ri l..i ;.. ,, At the roIcKilms.Gj Match I instead cf irritating1.REFEREXCES..
>3. .Y . Kinij tin.c will !,.. 1 ii rd ,. _
Harris, Joecafccd, to-w it : t 11 i .t i f -.i.I| ( -tate. IVv.-ff ll.-ii-.i in tli.x f.
1 Xos. 15,1C, 47. 49, 50. S3, Zl.M, and par' of Hardware.M 'I. V lj I :'' I I.oN: *t.liii s. OLASS; u .ISTi\i: WAlii; (,n th.- thinl M.-mbv in Apiil m-xt. the fulloxvinif! ilurcri'ied Gov. JosiriiVALKEB.. Ex-Gov.; ISAAC Joirxsoy,

Lot Xo. 48, in the X. W. addition .1 l the City oj Tall:iliiu _.Tn'::! tiv. 7. l -l t l" I V / frtJJ..w l.v IIKIU: ..1o 1Ls r. prop< rty or"..<> nn.ch thi-r'f awill pay the Hov. S. "VV. Diiwxs. 1' SOCLE, U. S. Senators from La.

. ec. Also I. itR Xo 08, M. 8''>, 101 arid K'C' in Jl.c LL SAWS, StCW. 1rfllt4 and Adniiiiislrator's I ci t..b-r. i :,, ii 1 ::. 41Jlino's Stab and County Tadue tI.tr.'n f-r *the year VoffSsors STONE, IL RKis-ox, UtsTta of N. 0.; ->*

'rJ jai- S. i of of the County I addition of tho city of Tal' \VeI, M'< 11 \Vl.i-, K fcrelc. -----V.- -. ----- Ca I s.-,:{. jul the lit eear' srH.-u-c* iuculcnt thereto, t.> ,'.\RTKliiIT: DOWMR. anti llESPEKSOX. of IS. 0.

Laec.. 11. A. bHIXl) !, AdmV.Junuary Hand) H.\v.e, a M>itcd, I'.ni'-v 1!. U.AV?, O M-Miday; tin.tj: ; i, davof I\'i.ni-r\1 n<-\t.t TV ill 1 1S b? Centrifugal( wit : Fe1rtinrvit. 1S53. 7 ly

7,1654.i 1 >t Haw Kui\-8, St&ttf13 Ji-lo-v i! .1J I I U-f n- I tic l C..UII I II..iist. -1 ,r ;ia Tallahi'e: rKwji.rpmii : : 'I w r. hun.h! ed ami ten acre of land'!, lying on Flat

C.irpfiiti I Planes at pul.liV 'U'-ry. I Iii* XoMh I J I : : : FOFHTJIS of the Notice.
acs. Knives and J'.ik% f l/t Xo. Ti, in Ihls FIRST COST( and Ciuti ljeiute'lLI to Iobert .) snwr"'.

Administrator's Sale.WILL Siint| LcclsVit'ti I '..xwtMitI Pik., .'iiv'ii.al t I j'.n i.| Jl.tf t I .-i'vof! T.'dl L I I iha-Me, >soi.jjiiy! i to \Itri; nan: annually f for n pairs saud tall ho IIU(1t( QJ1X Jlonths after date, I shall present my final a&L.

tf be 8lt.Ilfl Moudav tin1 Clh .lay of \ '-htAxex -! Oil. i r .nid .Miisknl: Tiaj) I the i&Uilu. of.John !. I Padiir-k, <1..<.<"i--, i.i| ] .unh is.. the .-ilmehIeIif.T l IAITI-IIIV.I : 1 I'lirabnity' Tax Collector fur Ga.Ls.Kii County. .. count and vouchers to the Honorable Judge of

, Ai order of the lion. Judg<> of Proljate February, and IIilchcN, .Shears) and Su-s.,1-, I lIALiri'; T. J.LOfKKK; : \.Iciiii4ratvr., :inl I P.iv.ti sj.-mds tini\-ill, .1 I in tIt Wi'ild 1 'Iheatt October 15, ISSS.; -1 C"l Vobate for JctTurson County, aa executrix of "WBiam -

tz.1, Ouo half interest in Jot Xo.l I 3 Xoithrasl, addition I'lHiiiiii .t Ttnant S-jWh, tH.in..t I.'o-: ..\\iH-d (iair'ci _.__ :_; I I. t tij1.41 of 1'J.TII'_ Lptcially enlltd l It it.< rf.S.uy h (J. Clhrk! late of eaid County, deceased and ask
J.C-IK-II I : and Hand I Vi.-. Pat.'Lt I <-. fi rjhai'ia I ) It I i, f dUmUsiou from mlnniiiistration of the saloEstate.
.1 r.f city cf Tallahassee. IxJonsinx to th< olateof T. W. <, Axlo Pi.lit I Metallic Burial a pirf.-et Nifoliar.I I :ajrain.ttin : Tax Collector's Sale. or a mv
HamsJOJJX J. JiOVLLS Athiiiiit4xi'r. J'Jnte: and Kim Locks, ] 'il, s ;::,il ILiM", Cases ill dr.-tt-4 4.s: Cot!, n and I stItir| p'ant.itii'TH' the! : EMILY CLA RK, Executrix.

January 7,1651. 4t IAdministrator's 1 Padlocks, Au, uis and gtuttt! dt-rfui'tixt' raiiH of thi-houthriuehmatf.! if.id.gravnnd : BY virtue of the power ve...teil in me by law, I shall Jt.tre.onCounty._ Xovember 26, I&53. 6m __

___ CLi.it I Is and Houses, Sf. .1 1 Siiii.-s| I othtr xuh-tanccA ii.! > n..t iiijaro Sit. It :* icl.iptiil .\pofor sale, bi fore the CVmt lb-u.-e at (iuincv. -

I'taecs and l itt. Sjn; injj, ilance.s: and SU'cljaid" f..r Stiwi. r-. Manuf.tci.it.| <. .Mines Fire KiyitiVattr -*, in tie Countv of (iavUden, on the third ilonday in Boots & Shoes,

Sale. Cullijieis Mid Compasses, \ voik-* f.irlar:. Citits mill -ituatiom nquiri.ii April iii-xt, the 1s11.swing
ON Tuesday the 7tli day of February next will bo Screw 1'latts. IIniinu.rs and Claw ; jNi-.vtiful putnps. Sizes of .*, jjallonto l ( utu, >0 iniu.Ii thereof as will pay: the State and County Taxea ti,5 by HFJR tt t RUST.

f1I4 at the plantation ot Win.Thompson, (dcroa-i'd st.Ms: and Iic. j Haieh.-l, r IUJiiiuhMi-ned i keeps (''nstttitly on hand' vari- ; ill 'ii< ,pir i.iiin.tf ripautv ktpt. n hand by UNION uie thi-reon f'-r the sear 18.>:>, and the mcessary exjicnsc October 13. 1833. 41

. the per'uilmble propt'ityof n. L. TliornjwK'ii, dcc'd. Chain (.f all kinds, Io..oII4' 1'ii, ('14, t'it'( Sizes of I llw I Pati-nt iKtjilfic 1 liuiial Ca3 POWIIi COMPANY nf'V. % -UroauwajX w incident th uto, twit :
id, At the eanic time will be hire l for the y< or, two negro Cal It I)', Mif.t- Kniv.-s iuid PineciB, I&1t'Ittj.Ikqt1 in tlu &.ec..iipany ii. i..i ; e. l.ik.JKeimur. Fue hundri'd :and -5\ty-oi.< acres of Innd. lyinj on

,t men belonging to suid *tate. JACOJI KLIOT. .VaiN and Iron all ,..izes1 Au\ilf, Ac.,
JauuHiy, 7, Ib54 tf 1 Units aiiI 1 Hinges] 0. ket price will be paid by

'loLretJIcr w tilt a lar-'e Putiplv of Grw'( rmes. CreI. _".. ,._.._. k _._*1 -.1. Notice.ALLprrsoni Tax ColIcvUT fur GaJsdcn County.OctoUr October 2. 1S5. 43 S. S. KN1OW1.

:.:: : Notice. < ry and Gld** \\ me, und, ondt-n AVure, Oils I'uint.% MI'L.flR. FIsK A3) RUVOM 15, Ib5o 41 Cm

DIUJJS tc. Alw JJoMc-iy, and a full as-oitnuiit tif ; isl: I iMi.: :-W. witius--d he of f Jia ini; rlaiins tI.-Iit1't' tli'"" T-tafe of Notice.
1 HATTNO obtained letters of administration ..i.m.- :artih' I) "I'ati-nt.M.-tallic utility \ ouroriiamdital .. .-.' ., .ht-t a-til. late of Leon Coiinly -
: James W. Stiange thin i fiincy WIJJSOX.. Huii.J Ci.--.M i.e f loti.nMy Pensacola & Geo. R. R. Company. "T\7E will make Cash Advances on Sea Island CotV -
to th rsiist'sI
notify all Xovt-inW n 1855. the iiiniiiiHif ll. me to prvbent them to v tri.1. /
44 : l.-ito 11,
-n. Jnl.it t C*
claims aiuct C. Calliuui (I. f ton consigned to Messrs. James Gadsden *
persons holding a wu.l of nte to pn-w nt tlie ('i'iii-e.sl..n.l O.nnt j :'dt:iiitratriilhin tlio titno prtft-iibt-tl by law or TtI.L.tuI.ssEr. 1st December, 1S53.lF. .
l .
tiry, \ of Charlvston wish try
Imlunifr.t til nswilh to those of
them, legally uutheuticated, within the time I tly \\i ill!| In' lirri'l indebted! aid 1..t.itevilI our who
and all to
and th I
proeribe Boots Shoes. <' lM-litfthat it is the l ;
tt artl.-Io kin.wn tcs lyr S Director have di\idcd the strn-k 4>f this eom- that market. J. GEO. ANDERSON &
this notiec will l us
l by Jaw, or plend in bar of their l ple.iac make iiiin.i-di.it, !iv. T
fiual li S. SJIE1TAU1' KN'.S fijit'ilor: ( alfS.1 Joo<. (uft>'i) irolsI| 1.itin t lli ih'aid t.' th.'ir liii.il ritirs-aI4e4'. imviiii-nt pinintubharis: 4-f one hundred dollars' each, October Ii;, 1S3. 41 6m
F Adm'r.January li >MFM .Vim's
recovery. ; LUC 11 >N. ,
With ic pttt we t-uK-ciilK ..uiM.-lt ,. and eala'd for int'stnseut of dollar! each
154. 1 ] jj.uth'ii JMwoil *, Y. urn, ,le., an me on
1 Z 8w -\'.. and J5o\8 I H. <'1.v, J ). I U. AtchiM.il t II Cli. I DuvU, Ieciisils'r) in, 1P5:;. -I'J t>w charo, to I I.e paid t-n or to fore the first ilay of January Notice

p Administrator's Sale. .Mil.'* and JH>\ s <-alf btit.hed I.rognnt), Ixis C.ss. A. C. < Sn--ne, \,'. H. Jx'io next. For greater comcnicnce to stockholders, that Admin frT
Not hereby given the subscriber.
I ). H. Ditkin-Mm) ic C. ,
Dan.Vibs'.r) bcrccihed in IS
kij) ) pejjgedCJiHhilfJ | J, ,rj J ) Jyo, paynu-nt will "Estate JefferS
Monday the Ctli day of Ftbrurry next j J. ..I. of the of Thomas J. Heir, late of ?
O I w ill I'i't Mib..n.: J.il. Jit-nit nM'. Jlangum. bavin? claims against: the e late of J. lariaiina by

; offer for talc at public outcry, to Inehiyhebtbid. '4 Goat :]! > IK-loUr 1 1. J8.'n. yj; tf ALL"persoii3 t deceased, late of Lii-n County are re- (Ji'.mcy, Arthur!. }Foreman r.q., County, deceased will, six months after date wreo
iopui> of
tier before the door in apply to the Hon. of Probate JeaS'
Court llou
o Tallahassee Judge
the 'I nnd Jloroeco qu.tel to pro.nt thtiu to (lie unsi'rignel i Wttl.Ut the 3l.iutieelliVilliam: Ienlrini.Matlisou F.

following real estate of Allen Faircloth, dccenscd, i to- 4' and JJova* M-wed calf Slipp'i Jlioi'an, Noticc.j time pn-bi-ntKNl br law, or they will be barred ; and Claries Ilusscll, Esq, County, for a discharge from la' AdmiflL5ttb0Th'on DILWORTH.
wit: The Southeast J of the Southeast j of tcclion LA1)Il those indebted will plciise make immediate said estate. .8.
Uhirk pavircnt.MAUY
21 ; the Northwest J of the Northvrcrt i of(he North- Luting J'atc-nt (iuitcih" ALL jvtpona are f.ubi.1 pureliainjor receiving ANN O'NHIL, Aiimx. 'I'1111411aS4Ce ln4per, IlenrL.. R-itgers, Esq. Jefferson County, December. 3. 185&_ 48
tip -
I vest 1 of section 25 ; and the Northoabt i of the N.itj h 44 Kid Warrant No.I'J.Or.J, fr Jjcfuen-s.( is>ued December 10 1W3. 49 8\v will be to the i
t Morocco each of wlu-m prepared bane Goods
and calf 15 iot't'( under the act of ember prop Fancy
fcjfpt i;8
_ act 4 of 26, all in Towusblp 2 fouth cf iq( to Edwanl F.
stockhoidera. The
Knntre2t ) Kid tics, llukkius uud liir Dean, but nut tisjned by the er ci rtiricatwa. to payment ot this. I NewT IM&DI
East containing 160 >erH, CommWbncr of 1'cnsionf. receiving from
acres wore or lee. Said Jfcuj Colorwl a'Mi'xes Said Warrant Iiuviitg bt-eu lost Oats Seed Oats iivatnlnifiit will entitle any ru-rson to become a Block W are now GOODS Bibbos. B
sold orJer
U to be by of tlie Trobato Court a ctveat against ita subtici FANCY DRESS ,
for the of debt of Leon latsting (i4liters, location bus Ix-en filed, and at the of nix fliisltel holder, without previous ipton. Gloves Veils Mantilbs. Capemd Collar'. '
payment expiration ,
County 44 Afl ortliorn Oaf;. artier of the Uoard. WiL ,
JONATHAN ROBE.1SON, Administrate of ChiliiK'n's Slinp"j.nd and KcrvantV Uootpcw, nnd a general avhorlrnent weeks from this date, an application mil \ke made fur I J', 10 BbL. Mesa 1'ork, lafllfllgser -Coe."nnd By BAILY J'rcaideut., variety of other Fancy Arti/e-, too DnIDIT&'iW5" men-

< mho.'!.. a duplicate.) KDVVAIU ILE.R
7 184. 6t ) K. DKAN. for sale A tion.
i 5 1 1,3.: 11 December 10 1S5S. 45 tf
Jf or. ,
C. Wl LSOX. DuccuJxr 31 1855. 02 ot Newport, January 7, 1651. 1 October 15, 185S. 41


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