The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: January 28, 1854
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
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System ID: UF00079928:00247
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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. It is just what is Wanted. I Thrilling Karmtivtof the lou .f the San lour fate had been that of the "President' -not ions, anxiety of mind, fHgfer*. iit d4empori., .

( :1lS. p tv So MIV* Dr. Peter Fryer of Satubria Cl e- Fr&ncisco.Extract a soul would have survived to:tell the tale. denc. and It"is no wonder_. S -s.

.-. -. -: Gcolltmcn sfci i LaditK' Fashionable Emporium. muiig. County,"X. T. and oo $av all who have urn! or from a Statement by one of the Fatter-gcr. But it pleased a merciful and all-wise Providence ed and .mc.-" 'Toe dn&ue nittr nfcarir! wan a." '

: jAMES; GADSDEX & CO., i! administered Dr. MrLaneV modieine terujifep bn given*. Uie Mr. p Fryer eats -! Friday morning, the 2d, rose hiiglitly on to say to these, .Hitherto shall thou ; any thing seemed the-form of Asiatic cholera
WINTER xeellent
thi .
Factors NEW FALL & FANG GOODS savs? ratuifaetion that in his neighborhood, and he baa ordered our course.. We had entered the tJulf S
Ciland\ & Upland Cotton .- 4- 1 a new and increased supply. and the wenthcr, which yesterday limi Wen wares be stayed." It is proverbial (that i nating-in A few boors. Bdtn'thPthfr' iorwgeon

-AI.BO- TIlE Suliperibor1 audvell* nip selected now in the Stock receipt of New oftlie'r and11anJ.oiiie ; )Ir. William S. rancln-c. of Morcu o, \\ nyne 'Co, chilly.and caused the ladies and children to drowning men catch at straws, and instinctively having left, .the thfcrg d ..tfoifel?fell

(knrnl Commission Merchants, X Yn hn; u'e,l this incomparable ermifujc 1I0'Jhr. rather around the stove, had become mild. did many of as lash oarselves to life upon the sergeid ofthw,- Mp." 'TV JlcWio
n-commrtidwl 1 t
be nil% tlwt it w to *-
NO. 62 East Bay, FALL AND WINTER FANCY GOODS, I He' found that it to where )he bus sold it, it has iu all Tames The wind Rtill from the N. W, with sea enough preservers, though in the raging billows of I our distress, nearly all the tfledfehie tithe

CJIAKLZSJV.Y. C. IWlatleliliia ) been says found an cffeetual cure. to cause the dinner table to bcconiparati\t.l\ that angry sea, five hundred miles from tin- ship had been either feubed 'oWr-bolfd ftr
of "f'1 c<<*d with great carp in New York nnd Wr. (?. W. HolUxlay adminiteml two fpoonsfal to deserted. The day passed without incident nearest shore, one would have been but littK- destroyed. The mortality wa.: neeMnrilj
r/1l.h'\lt GAt tlT.S, } bt an cxpericiuW liuvur. who nmrvtl) w fuwn v-hx-h he has doubt
F. EI WARI'% V (positf P. and Jlf. Lanl.JlSinii.x '. cor' trmniile\ in tln-ir pflvction. Our Stock will Lc in.c.'I'C" a *oii of his about 7 years old, no of any kind, and gave no presage of the awful better dependence than the other. great. Fbr"seroaT'dajfrir ig a Ttert
:$ If i ) from him. measuring
Jiil )lW cam
r"CIIAI:1) : ) 'l'.IIIU.I! rppfan,,lufJ montlily. by thc latest nndfivtst brought. upwards of( an( inh" \) two inches in lenjrth. disaster M foon to follow.immediately After the first burst of dismay was over deaths a .!\y..o.omn: children felt
&1 t tnkr 1 0, 1 b. C$ GinThALTE1ts : doMral l Styles of }'o1.MIIIIUUamd"Sttk roDli, or oft-& oner in }Ir.ne W.quarter It.Rebb,of Tvrc Springs Simmer O v Tcniv.writi after tea I retired to my room, hope brgan to revive in our bosom The indiscriminately before U, aitd wboU'famliesperished _

if we find !it "w'sary. Our tlmt he e.uld have sold! a very large quantityif and after rending two hours as quietly as ii bullas still staunch and strong, and some in 24 hourL It waft a of awful

& WALKEIl. part of of tJw follow ing: be could harr pot it All that had tried it pr.iiHtnnced on shore, undressed and retired. There was passing vessel might rescue us from the wreck. ) suffering* over whish Wotld r lW wkh

Cotton Factors, and General Commission Mouselains and Cashmeres. itt 1* -1 they had. ever ,.eei to Mr.too much Robb more roll to the ship than I had preiouslyexperionccd Something whispered ",011 are safe,"and after to draw veil, and the 1 lifce wliidu-I bust

Merchants. RICH Plain.. aud F5MiTed{ fouoc1aw-; add ill f.mt* that of it i'v Lane's inijxwMble Y crmiru f r any. one bay and the wind seemed freshening, committing myself and those most dear to a merciful God will spare to* jtroM fret .wit

Ca"hmcrus, [ I of it. But I found to me to the FatherofMerciesI felt at .
bat thought nothing soon peace.Ascending .
-AUO- Iom'c.ll1il1 stud For pule at all the Drug Stores in Tallahasoec wiO nessng agan. I. ,5 1l
Ajcuts for tic rioiwcr Line of Packets ljcV* aCXIAULKSTOX Painted Plaid M J..u1aiw. awl at one Agency in every Town in the Soutli. there was no sleeping. It soon blew a gale. the companion way (rem the During Thursday .aad. Friday ,o r ys

AM) MW-rOKT., mack Ciuliincres ftl\lllk 1.n1nC January I, 18j-l. 4 2t The ship rolled and pitched to a degree that saloon to tho main_ deck, I seated myself were not gladdenedbjA tuiglfejaik- .t' I

made" it difficult to keep my berth. All the the head of the staircase, and surveyed the hours dragged on most heavily. We.bad an I
Boyce & Go's Wharf, Clothing. WONDERFUL AX1) EXTRAORDINARY and loose the table! The steamer in all her
C. Gents Ready-Made books articles( upon were scene. was upper abundance provisions on hoard both was

CUAKLKSTOS'.S. Pilue an-1 W.i:"k Ov'' i1<. ((UE 0> KHLl-MATtSM Of TWJSTT F.AItS' STA>DIJ G.ever thrown to.the floor. Every article in the works, a perft'cl'rcck.. Foremast, smokestack almost impossible to.get them cooked. The.' t'

H \VjL3J OT \\AI.TITV.15. T WAI.KEL O UOBO t 1L W.U.U"1l., SUl'Kll Itiowii nnd MuMitTy O\' -H-<.'. tsP.l.irk \ in my life have I ii had Uii4-ditifieate x;> much pleasure t, the indoiig room though confined, was thrown about in the greater part of the promenadedeck roll of the ship was so heavy that the provisions -
id Blue? Fivck Guts, thing as itt gi\ g
a: nnj the saloon and all the
Awgwt IS: lR'y! HrllwlI nJII O1ce!< "01 Id. and I h-pe it may. be the cause. of .tho, .andi. an alarming. .manner. state rooms on were thrown from the gallev.! VVhert
.T\\oo l C 11. dodo KliciimatiMii. My wife lias ( dressed and went out deck was stove, and the water rushing in biscuit it and when
A. PERRY AMAKER, Cl) U'ld ,1"l i ( ,1i""I1"4', rose, hurriedly, upon was a treat ; roasted '
IlhinUt O-.it!. will, it for twenty ytars, most II f the time 8uff 1 : the deck. My room was on every opposite potatoe or a piece of pork was_ added 1
.&TT3B53BY ATTALLAHASSEE t 'I P.IIH- and HLrck lilimkit Goats ]pniite" iiA-very part of Jar Imdy. Havingno side of the the 1
do i1.1 whatever lilaC was reduced to almost a deck, on the fOrvnnrart of the ship. The companion way lay mangledand to our bill of fare it became a sumptuous re
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*ai.iK.-Ute ; I stepped on deck terrific. The Weeding corpse of a soldier, who was We attempted to issue the soldiers
C.i-net: tl,. *k<.Iot<"'. So \ii.leut were the pains that sire seldom scene as was tea_to :
Mar Zl. ISM. .20 ., ('a.iwee do could -k-ep without taking larw dllfn,of opium. Everv sea was a complete mass of foam, boiling and killed instantly by the falling of the dl'ck.- once a day, but s sufficient quantify o( I'past.

JOHN- -B. GALBRA1TH, .4 ]1\,'nh.k\" rln" (h, joint wu* swelled very riiiuli mid her knees, band swelling like a cauldron. The gale was I lerrific. A few feet fuither lay a man groaning and hot water could not be procured, and we

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR: AT LAW I. lliinel Cll'lh do a'nd kg c. ''-d with 'large' and''UI1IPS-muscle She'being?U>no J tl0!bard IK The steamer had broached to, twice, near death from injuries received at the sam were compelled to abandon it. On theIr!
do ofwoik.tlwpincws.
Tallabasstr, Florida.tT 4' I'ctln.1.aw kind nnd) e-'iitrat-ted that her HmJw vcre drav.-n' together. nnd had really become unmanageable.: Her time. The sea was running mountains high miserable fare of hard biscuit and told water

Office *-HjKifs: in the! Capitol imtncilititclvlittj Gloves. ''l that -he was fI11IiC'Jt to be in U-d cun-Liutly. In head was towards the wind The whole and every billow that came with its curling it was not to be wondered at that-tie- &

.,, tlio Scnute CliaiiilxT [Oct. 1'I. 40 Kf.\-S Al,'Mirid..iV Kid e,1i'i.qjTt this ectidithtfi 4-liC bad l bicn 1.'r twenty years, without crew were engaged in strenuous but vain efforts crest towards us, seemed 1 about to pour into poor soldiers sickened and died.
rf r -Vt r "d till" anv rtliif from everything she n.!ed, until take in the sails. blown our shattered deck and Mnk us.i the of
( lrr.l\'l f d> lUiuk xnJ white Silk (! FAKUELL'S
D. P. HOLLAND, LAW L' -I lj'J"' H".k-km JJI. e..muuiiced!WAN LINIMENT the u, "the c of first II.Ix.ttU of which pnducnl AKA -- into ribbons. The foremast-we carried no i It was not so to he'r e were in immi Saturday, the 81st, tr-e cheering sound I"I"of

ATTORNEY AXI WirXSr.LLOR AT iiI, Li-l: TlirenJ and like nent danger of foundering hut our gallant the vessel that
) a great change. bh- l ha, now ted five bottles mainmast-was writhing twisting a [ ; rang through a ship wns at i
Quinry, Florida, do Im1. n.\'r and! tinw<.llin!< have n orly all ton down: pain young sapling. It was large enough for the I and undaunted commander, Captain \\ ntkins, ,hand. A light was discovered on the bow. r.
tie Court of tin1 Ki,Wlo Circuit do Fnp Cliautois: Lined l I>crlin Gloves, I ii.s left her lie f.ll'QIl'c.lI and soundly ; i iin i- I I I'I' whole exertions all that fearful
',;TILT. prnolire in d. Hiuk (;lulltldo. I : tntirely ; 'X.I I mainmast of a 1,000 ton ship. The fury of [ during night We j immediately commenced firing signal
nii'l) JjrcLhon awl rranUiu Co'mtici.OctL'ber !. L.4.n11S'1 : Kid Glvosli I ; )la an the tempest was such that I could not stand before had been almost superhuman; directed all hi* nuns. They were answered by bide light '
'cnll theii'e I
--.-:t 1W>:. 42 tf < do Silk
WILLIAM SCOTT, .. Thi1; N.t ln 1 1 f anv one ihubt this wonderiulcure.bela : I connecting: the King bolts, anll surveyed the top the leaks: were the first objects. To dawned we discovered a vessel with English

ATTOY AT LAW do do IVr.tnSi'k CaIii.'redo It. j '.i1: \- io e.dl at rm' -idmee.. near' IVnrin. and I scene for a moment. Then I threw mjidf on }break open tl.e hatches and commence discharging colors. She came near enough to speak UB,,

MOSTICnLLO TLA. Sill ]FIt-I'CI Linf-d Gluvs, l.-ini the circum-tanw fi-m my wif 6 own.hi*, or h<- my hands and knees and made for the isear- caigo, was the woik of a moment hut the wind was so light as to render it quite t:
do ]>:\tr G:11111\\I..ts. am intl-cr ttKUire dUll_' )' <-f m*UICJ-L ncinhlH.in ."lLsoN.: et hitch to get he'o\\. This happened toIn.4 Soldiers and tailors, all lent a helping hand, impossible. We resorted to a kind of )-
1,::. 20; t tljanEKSKIXE :
JuljCO. -- AHAIUAN LINIMENT ;j. over the forward galley. inging nt.nodf and as each man knew he worked for his life, 'raphic communication, by writing on boards
r.. r.\Imr.U5:
& BILW011TJI, Rich Dress Silks. al-o an <'xril-n :ifmedfr! E'1'Y. !pr.iins t'r:i.c'!. down by the cabin, I reached the main 11 'I'k. all worked with a will. Stancheons were in chalk with large let er8. We succeeded R.
I'.l.uk an-1 liiotU Silks, ., indescribable r.nd placed under the broken! deck, and it was in her understand
XONTKT.LI.ONP CVINCY.Joes .. Plain.;. and. Pbi.f ittv and! in hOf" or c.itiv! : is the l.e-t rc-nitdy in the confounding presented itself. Four hundredtoMiers i I I"':_.trli...tlv..M ,fiirrr-il-- -.- liiplr.-.--.- In-- -ita.- *rab.I'---(-.- -Ifvatergaineduponus was-- which indeed, .was sufficiently obvious.
.1. S..i.
: wualJ where mi exUnuil applicatiou is iujcd.: were berthed on this deck, in double found that the rapidly.The She promised to lie by us. This intelligence ;.
EriFKiKr Quimy-VT.S. DILVURTU, M Siripi-'l: .. rows of standee berth, three tiers E'adl. They sti-am lump had becomeobstructed..- cheered every heart. The weather- daring l
23, Ibf.n. 2\1 lA'fll nvi for CllflJ/tf'rj'jf.
.7u1y 0 Iliad I Italian another !had all crept from their berths; most of the Fifty soldiers were detailed to commence Saturday and Sunday Was too strong to attempt '
-- lm"t
-- ronnerfeit
'lie! :1uti"lIl'1t
t.a 11.N >'. IHIIU, It. II. M. ItAMliad.N Kept Fi'.Ks: and hatinWatk -, The, which pnl lw are lately made its I' i-eanuiee] \\ U.Fnr- standees had been broken and thrown rloWIr.I I''bliliu11 day! and all night the work wenton tn lower a boat. Therewas, too, a- :

DOBY & DAVIDSON, aud Fancy' ,A rJU1re FilLs. nllV AribLn} Ijini'K-nt.the m<*t c.U1I"I'C'WIf! all theeouit The live stock, of which there wr.s c0I1-ider-1 without i'ltenr.ii-iou. Still with cver\ other dilemma. Tee EnglUh ship had but

r\7TOHNEY3: AT LAW, Mantles and Talmas. < Holts !H'<-:I'IHI I.1. Im ving ti! usimeof 'arrell4! able, had escaped from thiir pens on tie: same : roll the ship, took in large quantities of water, one reliable boat, the long .boat.. We. Lad

minwill' "!\'it in g"."I lfJlh. wiil.o-Jt the kll"wl/'l1" deck and soldiers bullock8, calves pigsfhcep and wp gained little npnii: the leak. Sunday' none at all. Of the nine splendid' boats with
;ill -,11 .1o.! .-nl\
1ItI1r.h.I..a! M.-.ntJ.-* that'a c'/lunft.ii. ei-' ami hp will !
: lt v jM-rhajv.
'; prn'-tW in the Mi<1.n Ciimitof, n<>iil.i.auJ RICH Dutcht. M bl1tte'dn.t( Iriniiiu-d.) t,'-:'-''\.'r twir! c.rr..r \IWII the .ptri..jtiixU.re I hawnrsght >1 und poultiy, were :ill mii>!. led togetheratuid morning, the 2Jh:! the day of the nativity ot which we left New York not, oneremaned.
'" \ in tho Ilii-ti: ni C-oimt'n-P (\Vt-M. noiitl.Liusin 4. .. .. Frillge (1.1 is, i M4 Jfirt l the! broken standees. The Fteamer's I our MA--OI! Saviour, at last dawned upon; us. Capt. Watkins, not to be overcome by any

AU L 'b' eiztruteJ totlKHrcaicvrilhccciVv pioiuptinborS' ) 4' Jmr1"C'F'I"' .1,) Tinnuiie aiti.-k-niin".f.Ttr.ivd: onV I b\ II. C. guaid: had been carried away: some t time p'e-I!I' The sky! lighted np a lit'Ie; there was a short difficulty, commenced the construction ofrafts. I,

1lt'IIJ,.n. ... Plain., aii'l! ') ]:vi.1'n'i.1r i'l -u Kik] Talma, FI reil.o'!.. i'ii4"r T>ThI! jnoj.rU tor. ;."i.1 l( wi,<.l-e'ih-! I. \i )! -V, "tt'l( the FI wm.I",1" l over the! deck 'I gleam of sunshine, and the sea calmed a little. They seemed but'a frafl'dependence,
J)('' Ifsi4 8. .11 J ia.CJ.:: : "ll. ":,::.-. dru? 'i"t.: X 17; M.tin tr.41. lV..ni. Hlin":-.ic(" wlmfj' '
( Lot
: in the distance
: I \ sail or two were seen and were not .
I with roll of the shin.. Tht lanteins weieextinguished prtvidentlally they ueed4. 9tt
JLiF:1: 44 Laveudii C-cloiwl MantU! '', thtt Trimm.1.Ji.lpaccas all lippltcati- fur Agenrio'niK.t l he aildred. IV: every '
& !!fdYEH, sure get it with the )letttra I n. (i. 1ot.fort' F.rrellV.thu I nnd,) the iLrUr.ess! rilmo-t total. ; nono npprcachnl n!. er means of$ relief were .a td.'IYnMon.day

I ATTORNEYS AT LAW, &C. -Jim II. fi. rAHKELL'Stul:!: hi- =i-niture, tin 1 nwU'' at effort to reafh the after cabin, but i It wns a gloomy Christmas to us. The the 2d January, swtTalnwJ' s'-a

TALLAHASSEE ..ND anvcv. Kijonm.WILL .\, ) 1CII HIneTt: Alpu-ea! I: WrIf'J'.1,1 by P. 1!. AMH" rn-n-r regiiarlv. found it imjios-ibl". Witli n y |MMi-knifo I I work <>f hailing nnd pnnr.ping went on, and that towards evening the English sWprfo"werf-
] practice in 51iil'lleiinl\\! \\%, <.in Circuit _I.\ iln; i .. i ittit 1414:7..1 iIPt. 11..11:1.1t the t Illt'd Htlt, cut :i loather belt from on of the sohit! r'-I I \vi had gained on the 1:11londJ\ th.- ed her yawl boat, aDd our second mate,Mr.

rioiida, uiiJ iu the UouiiUo of Dcuitur an I ITUlIlIlI.I ., P.iSntc 1 anil, I'i':U .1.lIn"n'. ..... < 1 1-:,!. -1 StCELEBRATED maps:1rkhwi. ;
Oa.JJOLUXO 4. 1ek I II' n..II,1J11il., .
: I .: --n -- -- held 111I1.1It. All night tnindav the tempt-st roaredrounl : On the 3d hearts
CdllItI c"ili: to acarli'io! trise! a set-tire place to on.1 I Tuesday January, opr., .
IUKJR: A. x. M'IVEK, '. nnd Tan Culotoil Eiigli li, French and 1- 1)U. .MUU1l1SIS I temaiiu-d tere! about an hour the storm aliI our de\ oted ship. The waves thundered -I were gladdened by-aoother sail, under, American

TaT;alia","'. QU:. G<'ruiaiCassimcres)1"1'111111"1', I III I tATHOL1Cffl1 the while inciea.ini!. A!>out OPC o'clock the I against our fides and stern like cannon colors. She came near enough to speakher

.1UYJ:11): 7, 1S54.JOSEPH. 1 l'ilnLIJutt Ii CI..thi. forem.ii-tc.iine down almost over my lend, at the gates of a beleagared city. Sleepwas and we learned that she was the'Antarctic -
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run TIIC cuuc OF
cruMiit-g: in hurricane; ( Heck. I feared! now out of the question. For three nights three days out from New York, boundfor
]I. DrPONT, &C. ] T 1 iT\XlIS; 1) pu..ou of w.e had 11onr 0 discovered sail not far Liverpopl. She had five Lo .
\\ic: ,,,, int l'.ri it:, eirn, lint thiMlerlc: would; 1 be swept clean everything good -
Ar".rGIlfJ.V AT LAWT7"IJ.L E r.I.ISII C8siIfleI'e }'.i1tkIIil, .Tf':n "\' : /M ti"e IKI\\"r! in all tli'' an:1:I determined to feek refuge btlow.I ofT: On approaching us she proved to be a And after enduring the agony of suspensetor

QU2NCV. FLOUlA] Caohmr.1, mack Goth. (f.r Tiinn! !.) : 't"\"I J.7:' ; IIi-(a.5 f"r"l.icli it i i- I went tint into the steerage, but as they- coin- brig ; we spoke her. She reported hcreehbhort t so many days it seemed that the hoar of

"\ poiitlnu1: to owupv th! the lorontlr orcu- Kentucky J,'-aus Tan P.rowu Colored Ch-Vh!do doO1io do ; n'oIIIUt'wl.J, calledCOM mence'l batteiing: : down the hatch! with per-1'' of provision?, and after Hupplying her- lour deliverance had at last nrrlvtd. With

\ jm.l ,iv the! 'late firm, :if C. U. A .1. II JuIW '- --.z:: : 1 EttI.i tw bundled pnlJiers in it, I left and! M-if! with barrels of beef and |pork we ball! the aid! of the Antarctic's boats we could nil 1.?
and tI'n..ti( in the a ] she her
und VToMeni CVcuitlie I \vill nh.I! atti-nd the terms Ladies Handkerchiefs, &c. ii .\. .' went to Cie second cabin, occupied I bv tlie : thrown went on way.I be conveyed on the English ship,, now aicer-- F
WC 1'p'lnpii On Sunday! the 27tlt: discovered another sail.bearing tamed be the Three Hells
\ and their faniiiits., : to Captain Cre ith.
tif the Supix-nw C iut iu 1',1h1La"and ilariauuiuJanuary .A 111 ES' Plain Cordo] IV r''r H:11I.nr". VttH "r KnUiiijjofthr non-co'nmissinnvd: oilicers j jI I'
*, $::;-. 1 I L d.3 do Hemstitched dod -;::; l\s. \Vnni1.; ]I'ln.r.f'T I w.-is wet to thekin and chilled thftJ1 Ia.- :.' down upon us. She proved to lit ton, Glasgow, bound for New York. -The l

(!() O.H"rw..1 c10 .;! Whitf!; Chronic In I I'I" After waiting: : here for two hours with I.Imtl'fll'at \( the bath Killer, of and for Boston, from Xew Bells had experienced ma h'ugh -weather; t

JACKSON J. MASH do! 1.r"I'e'rl',1 (I. \ fLtn.atir hud Ulrcrati'iiiof i :, : in !ihe fury of the gale! I crept billl|i Orleans loaded with cotton, thirty-five days and was le kj. On Tuesday 'eve;ng' ,wo
] 1 1'lain }! doI'mbi'iMfMi _ s,( -'- th \\\ t authority Col.! Gates commanding
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF GOODS, 4 < l"Unnnj ; : <* : 111'1 one of the soldier's berths, p"'kd a blanket out. By succeeded in putting a sergeant and file of
.1. ] C-'l'fire, lrnd! I Herni>nlii! the detachment she chartered for .
I. fell The was soldiers on board to work the Oo
Cave Dcrohtr Ga. and after awhile asleep. pomps.
liiovnig County, d.. Fl. tl'h Wtllktd d'l! 1 or Fl"odm; Painful i over me, i
L BROOKS, Agent. cl"1 tin do Clfmiflfe1.An .''jpprcsi'od, or Imgular first rtof dawn awoke me. I arose and [ government to convey the troops to the nearest Wednesday morning, the 4th January, the

_reetn1w'r1.. H.:. M t do do U IId..r..I..t..c\ I )1.'II1'tru:1tillll. Ac, through, the store-room and j-antry succeeded accessible port. Tuesday was too rough work'of disembarking commenced in:earnest.

FAIRBANKS'PLATFORM do Jl-uxLll Point Lac- OIIu.. wjtli till tiir! nciiiinpaii\iri! e\iV! (Cancer -xci-ptcd,\ in the main: F.iloon. Saturday morning to disembark any part of the command but The sick, of whom there was"large.cumber

do ValciKieniio and ]Houituu CoH.irs.! no matter how. P VCre. nr of.h". w l lirg Manding.' gainini the 2 lib, hail at last dawned upon us, Wednesday, the 28th, Col. Gates and and some in a dying condition, were'wrapped
Tli Catb SCALES iirpa ) and Col.
ami this} awful night hail an end. family. J:1jnrIercbant family, in blankets, brought on deck; and lowered
Hosiery &c. ing lllcorl'C'c'11ain.lt.: & ('xflIfiIIII'I lea\i'i the f\f-
second and after Buik, Captains Fremont and Judd, with their carefully into the boats Cnsb'of': riter
LONG KNOWN-KEVr.Jjr.LY TI:"'rEI i U-m in.i I littler noiditioii. It all i r-oius iuterictin \Vhie! pa?!.5ng between the
--- >-AUAR nIGHT, 'I UK AC'KMmLii.Rl LAmr.s' White: Citton He, '. I"
-. :zTa : ) f'T.\\"lI.\RU. I Slate !Io 4114do I I (containingnmjile) proof ("r<>ii IngHy! re'.pei'table but I bad no ic1cof the awful conseiticnces. some others whose names are not recollected, 15tils. Bread and bacon, and other. proviso
M>'rii\ian Co'.ti H-<\ tllt-1t.'r with I ship, the fina.e! were safely curii.ukeil on board the Iii1hy.I .- ious, were sent off. ,By evening much of the
Xctr Tort FA1IU1ANKS& Co.b9 Water do P..ack L'Hi.Vb I It the: denouement-
Agents- : AVmJ) HOM. I k'tu-fR (r..ru fin t tlais c'jwri"u\'d! jilix.iciaw, win- was soldiers and soldiers
forty or fifty some work had been accomplished was found
Jul.? 1C. 1M3. 28 Cm do do Ca'-himru dodo J lm\e u'-'il it ill their practice, und speak from tlmrow !' If tl.owful trnuedy, which had been going '
_. I wives also embarked in all nearly one hundred however i in
do Alpaooa dodo n olvenations.IlrrrntM} I' through the m ht.11 overwhelming s-i-.i necessary, consequence of th'e

GOLD AND SLVER: SPECTACLES, Li.leTIu 'ad) (1 lf. Dtinbir. P. Bnllimrre Md.; on had struck the ship on her starboard quarter persons. Night came on, and put I i shortness of provisions on board the : enl to

And Eye Glasses of Every Description, lo Ilark! and White; SilL: HI.KC, '! T. C. Onvk M. I>, Ilflltimore) )!f,1. P. IS. Perkhnm. M I. lwnthe starboard paddIP! stop to any further operations. It had been divide our numbers between the two shilL,

WAXUF.icnr.LD ur )11N.sIIjIC do: C.-tton Half Hilt c, l 1)), Utiea, 4\. Y4 I). Y. F ote, M. I), Svraruso, N. YM. earning the whole promenade :agreed that the bark should lie bv us till all : LieuL Winder and Chandler, ,with about
Funrlo do dodo f. II. Mills M. D, U-Wlw.!, N. Y. L H. I-1cttlil1 box, bo'li'minke! stacks '
D. CIM-MUR: >'o. O LIberty Place, Mixed do do dodo I two rows of. Oil }board the steamer was disembarked, but 140 soldiers, embarked on the'Antartie' for
M. I>, Cnnanduiffiin. N. YV. W. U "('i-e, M. D, City. deck abaft the pnddle-boxes I .
{Between Maiden Lnnenml Lilx-rty frt\.] New YOEK do MOIIIIO do] dodo I i.f NVw York ; Vf. Piei.ri.tt. M. 1>_ C..n'.id, N. II.I of twelve each on the main deck it came on to blow heavily in the night, and Liverpool, Capt. Watkins.also! determinedtoncc ,
state rooms
D. G. guarantees nil art < It-s nyidc by hiM to be offujx do I/iml/s I.e.1 half Il-if-(. I I Pamphlet cnn l( )had gratis at the drug Stores of I hatch. This the smallest part of the hay ,1 jin I the morning she disappeared, and we saw mpany that portion of our Dumber*
was .
do H 1 .
ri"i quality. Orders rofjieclfully} solicited. ,"'njy' ]P.roMn: Cotton44 dodo I the fulluwinir 1; Acnils.PALMlTv. neatly one hundred I her no more. Thus all the hopes of escapewe Thursday morning, the 5th, rasa upon as
At fell
a J-i-le 'Jlin-ad
October I. b53.. S'J Sm Vlatts8ilk dodo : i HROTHER, Illntkcl1o, oc. one swoop swept into eter- based on the Kilhy were doomed to 'his.appointment bright and beautiful. The sea was calm'thew
do human bC'inf't'sn'rl'
SAMUEL l PUIXSTOX do.I and fifty
Copper, Tin, and Sheet-Iron ). H.AMES. TulaI'JlII"'f', The majority 0 were private soldiers. of : ; and when in the morning Wt ind gentle. By noon the work of dls-em-

Tweeds and Kerscys.HEA A BET, t ORIFFIX. Apalachieola.! the,5tv.different companies of the Third Artill'ry.1 I could truce no vestige of her ou the remotest barking and re-embarking was complete..

MANUFACTORY.HE "Y F.n lila Twwlfj, Do. A. 1L rilEXLEY, Alligator. lost all but ten ofits mf verge of the horizon, we experienced (the Every man, woman and child had left the

] Sub Tili rs iLf.irra the dtizons of Tallaliabt It) AriK'iiain dodo clr: Letter 1l.1lrN'If'd to Mi' Rrn. Reach t Brown-oi. OnA company officers went with them :-Col. \\ asiiincton sickness of heart from hope dl'f rrcd. Lip. Our captain was the last on bo .-

tM'. c and the urrounding country tljat thick will M'liite Vnliington Jverscys, Agents at XewUrry C. 11, S. C., by Rev. Rer. C. Four at Buena Vista and other Once more we were alone on the boundless tIe saw every oflieer/ererr sailor, every fire

th.v arc hOW i>repur nl to fur uh cuxtu nerd : do CMeVnrp! Ivers-ej, S. Jkuird, of same State. distinguished Rnd wife ; expanse of waters. Our ship lay as helpless man, and every ngn waiter; of whoca Ihera:
'idA..u kiuJA of vrbulcMle do" Hfirgia d hard fields ; Major Taylor
vare auJ retail iu iLeir < GLhVN SriUNCs,Jan.0,1P51. fought
imo of Iramncwi.TUe do 1'lain, HaM Jind Striped Osnaburgs. M(ff
Subscriber call the nM nUon of tlle public to bottle i if 3'nnr Murchfoi') Uterine Catboheon.! cohered with drowning men. Thc roar of I crippled. Her engine, as should have beei lowered himself down, and.th*. boat'palled

tl ouf>eir he*woctm kte.t '
; iu t.t the
ump1et.e order, of memiB has been resc.ited to for rclitf but IHJUCwa1 it of afterwards, except .
towt't In a few storm ; was never use Bells, where he was greeted with 'nine
mar.k.t price IWc Plain
Corded their
call BOY'S in
and 140 C. Handk'fs swimmers agony.
nl ille MEN'S until I received thin medicine
before l'urdlMmg. cohere. AW-. BritUmua ., er II udk'fr, do Silk do influence wemed almost there fiomyou.Its a strong sunk to use no more till the to work the pumps. With infinite exertion hearty cheers, and then nufktf awaj.for the
Japanned; War(, Pipe, bhcot inc, 8\u\ 't Le'd: MenV Ilemxtitclu-d do do lUal Handana do manifest improvement from the magical day it ;was taken. moments they her dead. Two of all the crowd a small sail was tigged to the mizzen- i .\nL"1.rrtic.Ol e San'Franeseo'had;'b; bus

JlIIUllf'-W4Ir1, lloofiug work Fnticy If Heads, for putters, uUiing do do Heavy Silk do do ilo l'i.e do All there are a great many females in our country! sea gives up the ship--Mr. Rankin, mast, which assisted a little in steadying orders, been scuttled- and, we could',' aw Her

itli ncaUjwis ripcIL-SII'1'bud j Je' uvtclL( every dewriptiun doue u u Bandana I'oiigeo do MonV Italian Crm a'B, laboring under tho aillictiou f.r which your medicine succeed in regaining and. Mr. merchant of her; but she rolled and tumbled about' ; jctdiug gradually deeper into th* watetfe f >
} WHITE ,t SLUSSHILft do I'aucy doT propo- a remedy, I feel it a duty t<> recommend ii an army sutler, r a fearful rate. We had succeeded in stopping i About 2 P. M. the Three Bells hauled bail,

flp-.+-,..'. ft-.. lR..r- --. 40 If Sunil-.rl. J.to KMAConioi ull such. A Co, Proprietors CLOlJOII Central S. BEARD.S04 Rio Janeiro. when I readied some of the leaks, and in lightening th* and now moved*Jo j:away from 'tfie wHd 1r.
--- a.'o. Depot had elapsed '
Administrator'* Notice. AD1FS'a1 Cents Merino Broadway, Xew-Yoik. A few moments with water to the vessel to a considerable bxtent, by throw over 1 stood on the'deck'ani gazed'.at the.Hf-fttedi!
filled '
and flit" Silk do do' Under Vet : L"l.dieH'J January 14,1851. Z Cm the saloon. It was and provisions and coal. The ship was also ver} vcseIwthuiimg1e4 emotions.ur SW hail been
Limbs females
Iiavingany demande npainet tbe IVool do' J..adk'll' Th
ALL pertoru estates 1'lnidoi1: 8ha",111 do ; depth of nearly two, feet much relieved by cutting oil'the timber o boise for... anxioa
Chmt.'Ie prison
G. E. Farmer and Q. IL Fanner, deceased are 'red Ttu1x.1 d/\ do; ,10 J-uLroicl night clothes, and > *, agonizing
hereby called! upon to preaeot them without delay to l'laptil'll: dll: EllU'tic; .1Fl1nfOv l'llc'IliC'\1 NC''k Ties; do A LARGE LOT of TORAPCO. SEOARS children mostly,in their scattered, on plants; her guards, upon which the sea broke heavily i i .da! and flighk Sb.waur 'n* r/being

tile onderaigneu admIDI"tratora and all creditor*, legatatM Mull 'aitiook\vrjMt(1a and le'C' IJnDli"Swil ;- and Solace! nt HODOKISS A SCO1TS.' wet to the skin were lifting her decks ever)time it broke. ,; grave. Yet ahewa's, _agafltnt thipi"and'is.atanncher .
awl 1
,and perauns entitled to distribution in raid estates, and Obt'Ckffl.SWIMII and Jaeint InC/fwt 'fllill"; Stiijx.d J November H 1853. 46 some wailing and sobbing; some apparently what We had now (Thursday, the 29th,) reached b I1aa. never,launched, else she- .
wiU tale notice that their clainu and demands will be Jnconet 1"PJugtI and Mlllllill; SwieR and and some calmly awaiting commencedWe
IIIP.CJt4II stupefied ; the 5th day since the storm would have been. kaa ridiet
IL&.ILI our grave'Sb.. >
burred at the expiration of two years from UiLs date, 111f'UCt'nu Lace : mid Imitation Bonds and Liabilities of the Union Bank, inevitable fate. All supposed
Ediiig autl luzerIing, seemed their were about to encounter death in a new out in fourteen almost
taUcw exhibited within the and ; MaltcRe 1 safety or day of
eame. Honiton Lacea -* and in few mo
.1J1k urived. a
W. S. MURRAY Blond do; Wove do; and Silk 1UeltiIIfll Laet'l; UI'UIl.l. do'-; I 1'T'Oltaaleby 6 Stone Street C.New A. COE. .1.-ule i-f..". l.n..F" w. Itnrt..--- -'-. theii- Maker face to, ((Inn.A very large portion of the shil''tsteerage incessant storm. _Tf ow'she"far jstoeleh-

J AS. r. FARMER, Swi8.J5fl.idB; English, French Bod l American: Cambric d December 171853. 60 tf York. ments they would meet bad been tolled with cargo, provisions ed in all her, TuVien 'n '_.f eCCTao

January. 21 1654. 6w 3 Admiiiiitratora. hams. French 4 4 Chintz; llnylt'l 4-4 till; Oiug- face. ellea military stores, &e.oJ o consequence hundred,thx .Iph ; MUttred,,JUMmotilntcd -
& -
Welch aod Engli, White.8CJu-Iet. Y Saxooy 4' from aea t. *y the mM \ that the left for the soldiers.was
Notice. cllow-aod G t' Notice. 11.cn J'lWf' and rtn J) still UM.trarei .? was portion like soaieiMgo moMtM ft&e d p wfeieh -
veela after Flannels; Sc eu.u FlatmeK} for Lulie. Soekll .Printed Tlie ,hriek the timid much crowded. It bad been expected ..w a'd dJyfofrhd UtneOCnueredana'di
date ; ; moment t tlt in' contest Hh -
SIX UlCcnJt'l1Iignd..m apply awful a .
months from the this :
do date In
8-1 12-4
timlenigned Executor
10-4. UlankeU of wlo
Whitwy i -
; tio 'e ,.
Honorable Judge of Probate of Loon COunty ; Nf'gro do. Yowl should soon be in tine weather and that the\ f.$ !I.J- 4 iJ.* '
fur letteri of every quality; Plaid Saddle do lio-n lout Will WilliuMlfTesUmeutuf lierdeceed. mdeaiVb .'J.nothlng.leHwgiillon : '* .
of ; lb ttpcri ; was A *- '' Pilbeetle
adrmnintraiioii d
Wiloox deceived Ute ou the estate of John S. JJrown 9-4, 10-4 and 12-4 Sbeetingt: ; 3 4, 7-8. and late of.Loon County, will present bis ruial account }itL to their "Maker's hand could sleep comfortably in standee berths 01. ,; '. ."
of Leon t.J .1
.. Jan.!1. 1854. 8 Gw JAMES Count Bleached and Lrom-o Shirting; 8-4 and 10-4'Danuuk and vouchers to the Judge of Probate fnrLei County, t 1 | offerrorsnd.when ,deck. When the storm came*. that was. impossible ii..n..u :i Icpi .
BARFIELD. Table! 6-4 and 10-4 lirown Table and ask for a discharge.J.. 8.ISLEft'Executor.' but; eathiath' King
Diaper; do; 7.3, ., bones I and they were consequently driver
PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY 8-4 aod 10-4 Bleached and JJrown Linen Table Clutlm January :n, 18601.- '6m. 3 b e meets! ts in the midst oflife;;with o below. Crowded ua FJW )Eardi,4i' Af f".J'-\: 4 !. ,9tbe
; hn- quarters, exposed
limbs full of sap, 10f.. _15t ftlNpJ.
Damask Napkins with thing marrOand our Bt .
of .
neceteary fuB -
CJOKIfECTICUT. cold and wet obliged to be fed 4 a
All of which will be cold remarkably Administrator's Notice. nature clings to life, and 'even the instinct ,to ">,Qi. 1M e-U..1, .., .. "q"- ''. Y.hJ.! ...-
Capital Stock $300,000 low fur CASH. Give us a call and we pledge man animarshrinks fromd !tln- insufficient diet, in conseqnenee of the1 loss :1ftre.1.ou, to IJOuQt.. '

THE nml' ''nfld, AjTfn*. f the above ourselves, (if you purchase of us,) to give you a ,full SIX months(JO the from wtatoof date,Mary the undersigned bier deceased Administra' .. of the of dumb Clarence came'oter; me, of the galleys and impossibility of cool .uleKor1r' .t'-t'....-. 'uQi. t ..
to lake risks 1 foi in goods of the la late of The dream poor numbers is ofroiprise -," "rt.1 --ar IO I
equivalent matter
in'j iigain Fire your money very Leon County will jweiieiit bk fiualaeoount tm.i j vouchers i is a fearful thing to jog- r'su.cb. J no a Q-- n II .IRO"
AtIfe content,on the oioet I test styles and the very l beat quality. to th j Judge oi PruluUe for Leon County and &ok and tthoughtA1asii: that :disease soon.a.ddtothi3 ).itsjfppeara'nc-- 11I ap7-i.ob"bi'' .

F. H. FLACO.00m1'M\1 ThOMAS IL CRICJILUW A BUOTHEKS.XoreuiLcr ] for a 1iscmrK! J. 8. ISLER Adniuitiator..' dieP .\ the influence of deprefsiug .,y',;i .
and val r to trw
TaUsueoycmber struck us ; .
1W3. 20, J$::. 47 like that which .. .
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January 21, IS54.' 6ui.; "3 Another sea \" $" 0. .. u. .'d.I .J! .



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Groani-Hebraika.Bill T Treaty with Mexico.7T Hardf uii Soltt. Death of Judge dini-Hon. i[Ma. mean. of hones ieeUaoed.ke p.rais Ie .
b inriian & f0HrnaL'New York In6t through its Washington Last week we quoted a statement from the Wash, The editor of the Stnlimel give bU readers the The Savannah papers announce I thedeatl!; 1.1 tl.L! I. j Trn.u: ; &-2ieaiinaA: t in the ymt N24"nrorn.m',"l lBJ ." ". 1I .

puts forth following shriek of dee- ton Union.denying ,that a treaty bad-been C1sd.d benefk of a column demoted.to admioutration awl I city, on the 18th m.t, of the lion. Pu>bert M. Charl- -____- "

4; &4 ".._ .r .r .pu of th d o Senator Doug i with Mexico and was then I'M WtASitptott.- But t'--K w York d difficulty, iu which he expose himself! too. Judge 0. woo a distinguished member of the I Telegraph. ..

f TALLAHASSEE-. I-: i 3 las's Nebraska Territorial DU.p., the 7rttbe and i G eii. Gaduden, it seem*. Aa o made a> treaty wlidii to the imputation of having dealt more ia fancy than Savannah bar. He had filled several prominent positions r NEW 1 on. Jim 20.-Cardinal. Beilim .m'

It -S.- I its will find i i thus alluded to by the editor i fact When be shall have been sufficiently long in both in tbe law and in the Legislature Departments her to-morrow for Europe: The "Know
t doLt Cat theC ci'h I '
: l StUriay_ Jtitiry 28, 1854. fi .yapl mt1 Th'e sequel prove tt .uner who had an interview ; is new vocation to learn the real l' position of afiairs, havin 1ben U. S. District Attorney, Judgeof are making arrangement -to acoumpsinj IriIIr "
? steamer, with effigy, &". ..
S _,'tn _- _- __ the Whig party is still true to the old landmarks of Minister white on his way to Washington.- .We
ftret Dollar per annum,if paid inad freedom." We confidently expect to see seven-tenths from the Cornier: I be cannot win, although seth is tile language, that i metqber of the Legislature of Georgia and Senator -! bill of Mr. Douglas far the Admission tt .lla_..

? b vaneerjMfO if paid within sue month of tbe time Whig* of Senate and House recording tbrir G en. Gadtden has made admirable nae.pii.- thne, b the distribution of office in New York,'" everything in the Congress of the United States by appoint* t the repeal of the ,3liseonriCotupronii .. wlfrf/[ ?
offlbuab*(;.a .00 at the ad or the vear. Ad- oft tb in the short of his t been signed by. (the first .
mission cainesla
having period I
rotes oyaintt bill in its shape. Northern acrowpW Js yielded to t.lle" Sorts and nothing to the Hards T_ ment of Gov. Cobb to fill the unexpired term of Judge tie OsV "
t YwttMOMDU ODC Dollar th present "'
per square of 12 line*for first ed a complete adjustment and fwtUeipeat vOtir The Boston ObfreripTWn.tU'the te tfme f:1- .
t nu t: ft** tat Cent fur all subsequent insertion An Whiggeiy has not yet lost its antipathy to la'.tr difficulties nnd coiitroversir with MexW7inir added Does not the editor know tlle fact that seven-tenths of Bcrrien. Judge Clutrlton wa not only justly' distinguished San FnuM-wcrt rescuers amount lo ,&. o>'- ? -.

.-. : bs@soem.tgi ef candidate, Fire Dollar .ilwajjs and will not suffer this occasion to ps without showing a vast domain fc, our Republic.-" ;}.- -0-5On .. the appointments in that State have been made from as jurist and statesman but as a writer of The TimO'Shanter.; ftcentlj:.w" f". ..

I.. 4 to b paid la edva&ee. Religious, Obituary and Mar. its teeth. his arrival in Mexico,. b4dapcedho diplomatic tbe Hard ranks Does be not know that of All the I I prose and poetry he excelled. Many gems in each'of 'n*ned by Jlr. Soule' and wa iflBuX<t '.
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.. Yfcft Notice, Dot eseeedinf 12linee..m be published Bill costume, but coutibued to Wear tbe plain dress of an persons placed in office by Mr. Greene C. Bronsqn, these departments nre extent* evidence*of his 140000. 7pC'.H. Hxr ; l.o"d'
; gnU. It 1 rumored that k: f '
"X.srU1tesnfth.puUio.tionofes- DOUllu'.lebrk American gentleman aDd .tbat. he sa e sufficiently ,ootiee ef Jan. 1654. previous to his righteous dismissal not one has been varied attainment and of the position.be might have lost 1
t.l'b4. late or legal aery description will bo given \ABD1"OM, Suy designated him and secured him all' tae1 considers- on Christina day.; IiuHhtt.
antfl the aemtissnc fee i II paid.KM Donglas's Ne.lk bill promises soon to open lion and recognition as the American Ministef-end, disturbed by his successor, and that even Mr.Bronaon's attained bad be devoted himself to letter III We have no dhils.'v.: _. ,"
; -- anew ,,vtr( bleeding wounds" 1 happily in compliment to him Santa Anna doffed his own own IOU retained I If the editor really. ia not noqoainted -' gentleness," remarks the RrpubUcan, in a' beautiful '-. -:- .' yD.un" : .

v ii Sedity Meeting. healed doctors of lbM>. Some of the tiutU, gorgeous apparel, and received bins in a plain bat favorite with these stubborn fact, we hope he will tribute to his memory, "his modesty, his simplicity oRE:, Jan. la-The merchant or 'Nft1' "

:. j ; j iP 4 The awraal meeting of the Lion County Bible Sos D Sincerity iu the and secret orthodoxy, supposed, but it the to be a pi opinion t test is,their that Mexico dress Santa of brown.Anna claimed When an G.iadenaaity Gadsden of reached f 35,- take the hint a* well meant when we suggest the propriety his love for the good the beautiful, and the true, his I I ItllI.have. raised a private purse cf$000 fUr CAp&.'

.. 1 1 v.iL eiety will U beld b UM Presbyterian Church in this it i a aminithn theme to out Herod the Ada- 000,000, under the 11th article of the treaty ot Quad of his abiding by the promise with which he native gentility, and refinement thought, his I' At Ji meeting of the

-1 at 7 o'clock? P. )L, on 8aoday,'the 29tb bstantAddnese mt of the case,some of the latter alupe, relative to Indian ktcuisions and depredations commenced his .editorial career, vix : to watch and of heart, bin belief in God and religion, kinJj'nell ) I r sidprable sum was subscribed Philadelphia merchant, a me..
? to the
propose bring in a bill repealing the Missouri on Mexican and ipsutetf on the Bertlett Veneration for all sacrud all these testimonial, t*.
.4- 'fl1b. made and a collection taken. restriction territory w tAn editor who undertakes to enlighten the things beautiful the rescuers of the San Francisjo'a
altogt llwr. The bill is much fairer boundary line which excluded its from the MesillaValley. I jua.,.
4 I The eubject wfll alo b* presented in the Methodist on public matters,must himself before attributes of bill character slime in the pages be boa
k "post"
: ; face in several particulars than n careful examination Gen. Gadsden At once boldly.and firmly rejected upon grave -

,.; Cbttrohenlb* morai&g of the someday, aod coutriUtiawrwttTed proves it to be. The first section, for instance, provides the idea of indemnity altogether. lIe in wtedon ,he puts pen to paper, otherwise he may find the public left behind him ; while the sentiments there contained I BAtTulottt. Jan. 20The steamship Cambria hat

that none of UK rights of prrjxrty or person the Graham line, which give u* the Mesilla'Valley niore enlightened than himself. This New York did they universally prevail, would put a new and a arrived at Halifax.

1 _ _ now pertaiuing to the Indians in that territory shall i covering an area of some 1.800.000 acres, as the business is not of yesterday. It has been so long uu happier face up on the woild." The Pennlllnni" Senate brig passed the.bill fcr

: be impaired Many of! tbe Indian. there, hold slaves true boundary, and intimated that Gea Garland WAS The .' tuqu"tu at length a delivered by feiting tile cl.rterof the .'rankInCsnaIonsp. ;,._.
O"emft Itsfi der discussion that there is poem
; not feature of it with
as property as I learn from good authority.and hence ou the march to assert our claim to the Graham line a Judge Irwin has infi>rmcd tbe Seniit that tbe.imteiat
The IbUowiagfeotletnen have been appointed by this provision. Undoubtedly many of the good people taking possession of the disputed territory; and proposed which the people are unacquainted, and hence they the deceased at the consecration of Lauiel Grove Cemetery of the U. S. Circuit Court cannot.be served atEiif*

: si, .14 kk SbesUeaef the Governor to compose bis Staff, o f the North regard this bill with horror and alarm, a settlement of all riflicultics im an entirelynew will no more swallow such a statement AS that referred OIl tbe 10th November, 18.12 from which we witlwut military aid. (los'.Bigler baa gone to Wash

with the ask of Colonel I. and will held up their hands in astonishment when basis of negotiation. Finding the thing felslLle.he to, than they will put faith in the honesty of n make the following touching extract The writer of ington to ee the President on the subject *. 0

I they learn tbat it has becon a law. But what is to immediately despatched an exprws to prevent the this! in *
KowAfc* Bocarocx, Paymaster General Whig who, after Laving all his life affiiliated with the't passage now reposes silence beneath 4WAL511ITnY
binder its passage t Has not the Slave power at l further advance of Gen. Garland; and the following Jan. .
-. J. P. IL hUTMt, Quarter-master General, complete control of CongrtbS f Tlic North is present disheartened were the ultimate results of his able and admirable worst kind of free toiler, turns round at last nnd pronounces -* the surface of the bnl"p motion. 18.-The *djonne' ).
: the .
Da. Eowaao BaaoroaD, Surgeon General or demoralized The few men in tbe Senate policy. accomplished a treaty. in which Mexico it n crime to appoint one a tide waiter in the i immortalise-l in verse by .* own glowing pen.- '.'r the consideration being appointment of an amendment f a joint eaeimittee -*',
and iu the House who will surrenders all claim for under the 11th article t* ..'
& B. C. Pora bq.. Jndge Advocate, resist this attempt to breakdown indemnity New York Custom House I We assure the editor the What shadows we are and what shadows we pur .. constitution!! relative to the mode of eleetng Pnesidast
the of the of the
old landmarks of Freedom La.e.n overwhelming Treaty Gnadalupe, aod vield* us "
; X. S. Psaat, W. H. MILTOX, JKMK COE Jr, J.: force to contend with; and they are but ton- Mesilla talley, and iu ad Klk* thereto'cede to us, country fully understand. the whole matter. The sue ,ami Vice Presi'ieot of the United State' Sen tt1;

B. VcaMza, J. C. Warrxca and Fvaiujr CUAUM : fl'ebt.uatai by their friends and constituents at.. for the sum of twenty million of dollar, aa immense squabble is for tie spoils, a* between the hands and Oh Earth I keep well thy sacred trust, I'Cut Alabama i ing'speech., in defence. of tbe>'Adiniift>> I98-;pIM.."-

Aid-de-Oamp*. h ome. No remonstrances, no petitions, nnd no public I r region, embracing n part of Chihuahua and about one Soft, and a* for Die Whig, they seize upon and fan More prtciou* titan thv diamond (104 .it- TS 1
__ l meeting on the subject of slavery and its eucroacb-! third of Sonora, including the gold region believed tobe M hen Gal! shall breathe U- the slain, '#
it, after the fashion of our in its WLQTT1GTOc. Jan. 19. In the House of f
neighbor a* affording Th it J tI o will se-p? beneath --RepBss
meats are now heard of anywhere. And while all i one of tbe richest in the world, covering in all a- thy plain, t
-* A'.ii : ftt.iapra Arrired.On shades of the pro-Slavery force nre united the main I Lout thirty nine millions of acres, and giving ns a new probable result a certain prospect for the restoration Thin bone stall jerk its kindred b-ne. tatins .r. J. IL Ktitt of&JOtlt.C..fOf' jut. .r
t made _
m 1 : week later ; the of I boundary, in natural defences and to f their to Anti flVsh shall oer their frames be thrown, a powectulspeechon the Near York party*
intelligence from Europe is brought object, opponents Shivery extension are scattered strong running o own party power. That we d ) not misconceive electrified. '
iPi I into multitude of factions. or near the head of the Gulf of California This cellsioo And they sLat! stand upon their feet," tronr.ty.bielj completely the HOOSOMT ;
te Vy the Steamship Niagara wbich reached New York on a Perhaps this movement the design of such Whigs Seward their i He sustained the Administration in the
m ? of the Little Giant" may be the last ounce that embraces,too, the Garay rotite!<>f the Pacific Bail- A mighty I b'st-excee'Jing great ; I I.And I. coarse thee .
: Monday last Brown& Shipley's CircularpotU Cotton loud-mouthed sympathy for the Hards, we the shall breathe f liad pursued in dffcnfJing sbvery. and brirprtf bsek
quote life
i is to break the camel's back; fo- the question is yet way, through the valley (Jib, (the very route designated they -and once more, the
Grm with aa upward tt-Dd DCY. Prices Itilf r.- to be solved bow much the North will bear. Nevertheless by Gen. Godsden himself, at the Memphis testimony of a Silver Gray Whig in proof. We referto Shall! dwell' within them, as of yore, f a-lvix government ote l the to its original simplicity. the fie abe

Sale for the week, .OOO bales of which peculators I believe with you,that"although Anti-Slaver/ Convention of which he was a member) of which UM New York Day Book, whose editor If as hard A life o er which death has no power, I In the Senate.'Mr.KTin;Gwn tonnnge offered duties in State .
) trwY i is weak in circle. Charleston is the Atlantic and San the Pacific On which no more ball sorrow low'r, a resolntwo taqnirirtg
S took bale political was never stronger with Diego be found inside the
4,200 exporter 8.560. a whig as can confederacy of whether there wan a sufficient forest
I termini, with ..tation.I Or eNe, on which shall surely fall, > military ontbe
t. f4, I Ilhe musses of the people; but its friends are Memphis as the iutennediatc -
; The market slated firm. Stock at Liverpool cxclu- I i ized, disunited nod unpractical in their operations.It uuorganO.- I f the f 20,000.000 to be |paid by us for this vast and States: The second fleath'* eternal pan: ( riseto Pacific to check filibusteriogexpedition It gave

1 .: .1,* shipboard, 688,000 bales including 273,600 may be that they will be willing to profit by tbe !.. valuable acquisition of tei ritorv, we are to reserve In supporting the hards, we found ourselves in the I Oh, Man Man*. Man! thy God obey ; Tbe PreriJent a warm debate.has issued .Proclaroation

American. 1 lessons of the past and so preserve the ordinance of 5.000,000, with which we are to extinguish all claims company of Seward Weed, and Greeley, and began Own. quickly ""'11. His grar-ious sway IOn a on denopne*
ing the unlawful .
:I Irtf A 1787, now for the first time assailed. (If our citizens on Mexico, including those under the to be suspicious that all wa not right. We do not Earth I Earth! Earth I hear ye the word, i- expeditions fitted out from California
general European considered inevita Mexico, and
.t i 1 .; ble. war was : We observe that the Albany Atlai is out in opposltien Garay grant TIle peninsula California is not included mean to say that the hard were not right, fur we are That cometh from thy mighty Lord 1 |I aged against in them to (he foil threatening extent of the to prosecute'law. All en-
)* I in the ces-ion, but that have with them but did think and think I
1'4 would in
J. principle
even probably we F
bill Our Father! I listrn to our Count Dodisco, tbe Itu* inn Minister
.. to the TIle A has has, since the Baltimore prayer and Gen. Armstrong
...,..,p.., I been obtained, by further negotiation, had not the insane still that the abolition and Seward whigs meant to We offer on thy altar here : of the Union are losi.Wnrccro .
%,' -. p Marine Hospital at St. Mark I I Convention, been a staunch supporter of the principles expedition of Walker caused Santa AnnaJo set use the bards to break down Orneral Pierce's administration. We look this day, upon the field, very

'4 i.: avowed iu the then laid down his face resolutely against it. The domain acquired Had the bards or national democrat managed
We copy the subjoined timely remarks on the neeesslty I platform but its course new That wn will be our only shield, Jan. CO.-Tlie Senate was not in i see-
1i j I now, should it persist in opposing the Nebraska Bill it is suggested to form into a new jerriwry, their cards shrewdly, they could have avoided Our only shelter! from the storm, si ion to-day. In the House Mr. Cutting made.a' *
of favorable actioa Mr. Mallo- J speechdefending
by Congress on (and hereafter into one or more States) by the name t his alliance and saved themselves from this taint- That bowls above '
4 r:. will our earthly f rm : I 1 1Tho the lIar/ SIt
M'5: ,,. bill proposing an appropriation of $ ,OOO fur aMarine soon remove it from the pale of political fellowship of Arresonia. the first Governor of which oafiht to bea For ourselves, we do not mean to be used by anybody. fur our wandering step may roam, is stated that unless the Bririsb Government ;

'iP'S Hospital at St Marks,from the Wakulla Time with the great mass of the Democratic press.- South Carolinian a* a tribute due te South Carolinian much less by the Seward and Greeley cliques. Their Here we must cone to seek our home; consider the despatches of Lord Clarendon r. Clue.- :

,: of the 18tb instant Tb. necessity this humane] For one, we are willing to regard the support of and t diplomacy. _.. helping along tbe bards wo a bad and suspicious feature OI 'tw a thrilling tln.ught to stand, ton will introduce a bill, placing tire Military.a., .. .

1 :ft? 4 ,4 demonstrated than the vote on that bill as a test of the sincerity of thCo Santa Anna baa already finally ratified the treaty and we prefer to stand aloof from everything Upon the snrf. tneaare wit never strikingly .1
pore n i the part of Mexico, and it remain for hs to these rascals touch.
VvJ North in only That land beneath whose sandy plain, England to fulfil treaty stipulations. ',. ..
/ favor of the embraced in -
the principles the Com'promi %
daring when exchange ratifications with Mexican Min at Washington
past summer, seamen, prostrated by .ter
Itte* We commend this honest and manly confession to Onr bears.: our f.rms, will oou remain;iO i- C. L. Ward haa arrive with the Gnds-Ien tresij.
e of 1850, in the of Utah and New Mexico* i to conclude the affair. On the of ;
rj 3V 4 the epidemic could not be removed from their vessels we exchange ratifications I let Thy holy spirit cheer A Cabinet meeting.was immedutely called. ,' tIt

if S/.+ '. fur the want of appropriate places on land. Confined Those who favor the shivery restriction in Nebraska $3OOO.OOO are to be paid in cash to Mexsco. the Senlintl a. disclosing the reason why Southern Thy erring children gathered here ; it rumored that Senator Houston will eafl W iflrmation .f

"j -i.i 'J fti (o the unwholesome atmosphere of the forecastle or I are not the friends of the settlement of 1850, and will Democrats stand by the administration and condemn Breathe now, oh God. upon these slain: iu regard to tbe Soule doels. .
i it < iry -. < : The Herald.. the Hards. In the first Free IM from sin* polluting stain f ,
place we
be held Tampa nee no just ;
still tainted
as with the inn .
.,., bold-distracted by fever and tbe constant din occasioned :I which it is the desire
,' } of all The first number of a paper with this title, publishI for their complaiots,bccau8e they have received a full O. wafh n* clean in that pure flood, Interesting Letter from Europe.
; and good men should be forever crushed I The fountain of Saviour's
.r by loading unloading-the great marvel is, : out"I i j a blood i r
: .!' that so fuw of tbe sick died Humanity strongly : : of the Democratic party. Southern Democrats will I I I ed at Tampa in tile Southern part of this State, reach share official patronage and in the next place we Make an thine own, so, when the blr.st Gto. Sandert, Contnl at London, fa tit, Herein

t $ ; .. peal to Congress in behalf of our suffering mariners ap, not fellowship those who construe tbe compromise as I]j I cd us by Wednesdays mail It i is neatly printed and see that to take aides with them is to break down a Of Death shall o'er our hearts have patAnd J4)cDoN> Dec. SO. I85.-We Lave LuJrrequent rumors

J! nearly of tbe size the Floridian. Messrs M-- conservative and administration hone headstand men have wept abo ouly designed for southern same as energetic v in the past "ix weeks, and more than once a positive
,4.4 : and it U earnestly hoped that the Committee on Commerce I a latitude. If it was not i Ant 1 borne
: :\ intended : I W. Smith A 0. S. Heynolds Kditors and Proprietors- *pledged by every act of hi* life, to guard faithfully -. our mouldering relic here, announcement of the fact, that' the allied reCta
1 of tbe Senate, who now bold in their hands tbe : to make the plaster as large as the tore, it I Ii. Tin's may be written o'er the sod, had 4 n'ered the Black See, and now we, Lave H'front
.' is a swindle and cheat to call it Subscription price U in advance We heartily welj ) the interests of our own section and elevate to Here rests a holy child of Go.1," .
; (ate of the measure, will make favorable and early a a Compromise. j I the highest sources, that positive orders from Lundo'
t ; j come it into the ranks, and commend it to m bin stead the most dangerous set of inaU And let not one lure behold
men e
i Tbe know newspaper and Paris the 1t for tie combined
... St. Mark i ia tbe natural outlet for the tradeand sooner we where we stand, the better. I I went out ou : *quoVTOO
It is to know '' l liberal patronage as promising to prove valuable the land. Leoking only to New York.we ee what Be scattered from thy graciucs fold to enter the Block Sea and fight the Kbssian ?
of gratifying the _
i : product* Middle Florida aa well a* several of r report and Bill I -
kt lubmitted I I medium fir obtaining reliable: inf rinuti'>n relative to tlie effect (>f the tin'iit>n has already been. It has wherever they found them. This statement is throw*
U % the counties of Southern Georgia. The trade is enlarging by Douglas, were fmmed in accordance': : John Kitchel on Slavery. o-.t f:tnu h'gh quarters; and I believe,fnr th-pnrpss> '.
I that f Florida the raided Seward from the dust and
with the views interesting jv>rtion/> to development I given new life and **
wishes I.
yearly. Line of vessels constantly ply between of the adininistriitrati-m, I The New York correspondent of the Charleston only of temp rarily satisfying the warlike fceKn airS'
I bus showing the of the of whose important intercut it will tIC more pnrti-u- strength to l lua lowcr! and if this u the result in i' I\ r;rajng Uirfcghont England amf-Trance Leuullft. .
I. New Orleans, Charleston and New Yoik and I purpose I President to throw ; Courier :- f
the full of Executive : larlv: devoted. The Jlemld will take no tides in pol- one State, what wi.uld be the consequence if the'jwrty say j poleou is not rt'adl.311t1 England will not consent le
intercourse i it occasionally had with Havana and Liverpool eight power on the tide of thl'Svutb. I 'i Mr. Mitchrl. in his newspaper The Citizen. this ,active hostilities until a few more months'h be.:: '"
i itlCT. should be divided from Maine the Pacific
tot ?
. : 4 direct Surely, such an interest as must be Involved Gen Pierce is thus true to his antecedents, J I "tek, has J btpl'fli"tt'tll'tJme of his j>/Vs.iFng/ friendsn in absurd endeavors to .patch a.peace,'ia'
S the We find in its columns! the} f,llowing item of Indian > 1 WilY. nothing more uor less than the triumph ot that If he continues Lii sentiments with '
b this commerce is worth a little attention to glorioua sentiments of hi* inaugural, and to the tozpress so compliance with tIle -r..pmithns of the four..Povna b:
1 J.t patriotic declaration of his intelligence: i I party which has reaped the benefit of the split thus : much boldne and Ci,id.r, lie will disarm every spe-|j Ti gratify England.Turkey has consented tin i_
from the National Legislature and it cannot be that t message that the .o
rcjiosef eie of his: first
Indian Drlr ju-tly -ndired4by pub- J 'ai ambuemi'or t*meet the rypresenhitiveapClPowers. tbeT'i.-
l the small pittance asked for will be withheld. the country, secured l y the compromise; of JB50is I the West nni eJ licir on the 5th iiift., j in'He() 'steamer'I For urself. will connive t lie !pre 1i's. He !I. h\ sobering down to the l level j I i Buf KTc1y>h\9 will nut enrmftiVfilfflM.sure.by ") ,'
love too to .
j Marine Hotpltal at St. Jfarlt-We see that Senator to suffer no shock (daring his official term, if he has j }'&hi..., dirot-t from New Oilcans under the charge we our country u.father) men and common 8(n"(. In answer to a ':' sending amb."lI4dl'J'. but'w,by the lie ef ,\

TJ: Mallory baa introduced a bill into the Senate to power to prevent it At this pregnant and critical I 11 j of Lieut. John Gibl,.,. 4th Artillery 1..i ipling (-fi I either by word or deed, at such a disaster smart" correspondent who wh led to draw Lira out h:: faithfulnllie.Anstrio and Prussiaeontmne'to! io* ,
t I 11. John We make one more reference to our neighbor's ar- en the.slavery question, he says : J hug England few months tor l'r. There is ".c a
provide for building a Marine Hospital St Marks." juncture[ the South relies on him to save the Juniper, fir Vul.ah ClH>pko ; 2. Almllok Tus-1 j .. We abolitionists 'j

4t$ '.,: ..$ '. are right glad that Mr. Mallory baa thus early P from a repetition of the distractions and disturbances country: i I 5.U-nukee FohnUs; :. Kapiktwiotee; 4. Ti.kosa 'Turtennkee;; tide, and leave the subject Speaking the message, han Moses.are not<'r Socrates. H .J ?u.) more Christ.abol'fionists We deny :Sovereign tin of the or French Court but in Europe is with the Itusuuui'wbie single exee> ;
Hago. Sam .Lines' thoroughly .
: fir ( S.-n 6. Echo
moved in this matter, and for having done so. be de- ;) Haj j lie
previous President says: \tbat is a crime, or a wrong, or even a peccadillo to without .
Polk tf ,
and will no d.tUbtrecei"e the thanks of all who years. though a Southern go; .. Echo Yuhota; 8. Jim Kinnard or Tewahlcrt- :' I, 1 1111)1.IIiI pe'p1p exception,are. antiRuesiaz.'Th.euht
; serves are engaged in the sLipping trade of this port It M er, shrunk from arresting the Oregon Bill by his veto I *a; 9 I Itee Sikkochee ; I Iu. JimFacU.r; Intn-preter, "Thi* document not only attempts to justify the'' l v s, ID buy slaves to sell slaves, to kt'er' 1 r cf it all mut.bt- a general Enrnpesrui.wbirh'
:'- J breed 11. Gen. of such ,sterling patriots as Daniel S.Dick- hla>es to their work by flogging or -ther needful corrcion. cannot be postponed beyond early .if enicholas' 1o
Noble. proscription
; spring
a shame upon those who have heretofore had the management but we will not believe until tbe fact is demonstrated 1 Interpreter, Nt-gro, aud'I I silence
.f. will of hi heretir but By your : says Mr. Hoiighton'you i N to the last ;if the Four Foam
leave answer note
1 **vi rl of afiairs ia their' bands, that it has so long I today (lout (for Cnrl''":imtclieer.] I enson. on account calmly attempts '
>, Ifc (*-' *i well the interests to the contrary that Franklin Pierce, Northern man From the character of tlii di-Iegatiun and the 114"-< '! to plead the traditions of the Van Burens idet t>mnr, will become a participator: in their wrongs.. But we { I may be of suefi a character as to force Unglood and
been ,
neglected. Humanity as as
; of the commerce of this port has long since demanded though he be, will Imitate to use the prerogative wi ice>. : eomplishfd officer noconmaming tin in, togther with I, i in confession and avoidance. It boldly condemned a* will not be silent when occasion calls fir speech ; and France to declare war at once. For the present yen

Wwm ; tbe estab&.bmentofsucIma building; and yet this is ly vested in him by the Constitution, in the prevention t (the recent order .if His Kxcellency, and the; lute de- anti-christian And disloyal, numerous dogma and as for being a jiarticipator in their wpnigswe, for our I must look to Asia-the' Greacsians, Georgians, A5
I duration of the Secretary War I practices to which the hards stubbornly adhered and part wish we had a good plantation well stocked g hans, Tartars, and Persians for the accounts of. eact
the first attempt made to get an appropriation for this of wrong to the South, and in arrest of an ilJfractioDof -jiibtned, we fell I with healthy in Alabama.
negroes ting .
times sanguine that goinl results will follow. which they would not abandon.
object We have in gone by, frequently urged the settlement of 18:O. Weliave lie has. of course, been roundly abased by those Nemit Pasha, the special financial Ambassador
.3 the attention of our Delegation iu Congress, and tb e'ra.ury authority in Mating, that the Agent. Capt. We hardly know bow to characterize this paragraph who while "
but in vain. The Washington Union uses the fullowiqglanguagein Casey, cairics with him inducements, never before offered they profess a "bfcher :. are jealousof the Porte, with a numerous suite, i is here. He ha nets
Department and the : It* statement are so daily at variance with every that freedom of speech which doe not coincide j yet been able to raise a dollar. The Parisian and
effort this bill Mr. reference I in same will lx sliowu the dread
In his to get passed, Mallory to this bill:
with their idea of and
ed alltruath'e.-7i"nlHJ Herald word of the document to which it refeR that it can progress reform. I :London Bankers wanted only a hint from then repte .
of the
the earnest member
ehould have
eo-operaUon In upholding the policy of the present administration llth.'c I I ti- governments to tike the entire loan. But it don
of Congress from New York, Charleston and New Orleans. only be accounted for on the( charitable supposition :
with such efficiency us me could comnmnd, we Jl/r. Eotretl.-Tbe public will watch with no little $ not suit the policy of these governments to make be
& The trade of this port is confined to these portsat have been forced to vindicate the President well Georgia Senator. that its author ha either never read the message at i Porte at this He be
as ,
as so independent juncture. might
( this time; their vessels and their seamen are engaged I- wself against tbe charge of favoring frecsoilism and After eaucusing and on agreement amongdernocratsabsolve all, or ho been imposed upon by some unscrupulous i interest the course of this distinguished man on the more difficult to manage hi the matter ef the new prop

: k t : in it; and that consequently this it is i ia for the to benefit be of disunionism. Our vindication: of both has rested upon eacb member from any obligation) to vot for I j partisan wbo we more anxious to draw hi* friend into Nebraska bill. The Journal uf Cotnmtree says he ositions of tile Four Pu1r rs.. Whenever England orders

ai their seamen Hospital proposed ere the assumption, which we have fell fully authorised toadopt McDonald, the Georgia LegWatureweat. into ted. We would whisper to the New York delegation that the the utterance of absurd and groundless charge I *
of the '
policy administration recognizes lection of U. S. Senator Douglas but the Washington of the wherever 'they find\liem. the Turkish __'
last twelve correspondent
; that this measure i I a popular one with tlie week, but ftAec E We' ; "'
; cf persons none aa orthodox Democrats who do not faithfully than to strengthen his inclination to go right. will not be in London askingi a few mflltela"
engaged ia carrying 40,000 bales of cotton annually! abide the unsucccbsful ballots the questionwas '< Tribune says emphatically that as a member nfthe, '..
a,. by Compromise of 1850 as a final settlement adJeui-d o j presume, Iwwevcr. that our first supposition is the correct at An eix-munis discount, without offer. -J**
from this port to New York. It is they who are to of the slavery issue. Monday last tltlot Committee Territories lie l Mr. Douglas *
Upon this ground we have gone wl.CfJ.on 4th for jbaVdayV:: one. The editor has doubtless never taken the on opposed heapest possible way,for England to fight Btts
benefit it i who suffer for tbe
--4L, reap the ; they now before the country, nnd upon that issue we have sig the Hon. Alfred E. Ivereon of Columbus cfiosea : view, and that it is known I.e will oppose in the Senate whenever she makes up her sftiodto do it in te<*
'1f want of i ft, aDd they are athens or New York. tnIumthed. The Ncbrnbka wo* trouble to read the message, otherwise he could not ,
nally is drawn dorse the Turkish bonds to the
., We bow that Mr.. Maxwell !ie well aware of the importaaoe up on He received i 112 votes to 105 for all others. The u I : the slavery provision as incorporated by its distinguished expeuuftJaeY&Tbe
.1 _jS 'V the same principles, nnd presents an opportunity fora have written so loosely and departed so fur from the Porte is out of debt and kis revenue can b*
,. : (. of this measure; and ahould the appropria yind.catiouofthe new Senator U a State Rights Democrat. He : author. mfl&a
practical policy of the udmini.tra- succeeds truth. We need not icrtify the reader whether Whig or made to pay interest OB over one bondred
,4:4. boo fail u the Howe we foci confident that it will not tion, which U destined to exert the lion W. C. Dawon -I- *.
a prominent influence whose term dots not sterling
Democrat, that there is not in all tbat excellent document
I bU; fault llr. Dixon, of has submitted in the Sen.
upon the public mind. expire until 4th March, 1855. Kentucky. Loms Napoleon is preparing for wa- 0It the graad--
: To the Outleo&arud Inspector of this port much: The Columbus Tttnrt, quoting the above remarks: a syllable to justify the allegations made ngainstit L ate, an amendment to the Nebraska Bill, which, in efct est scale. Iti 3 known that he will hate.bv. early
: credit is due for the earnest and efficient manner i in i The Pi esidcnt make no allusion,not the remotest hundred tLeonoa
> the of known spring an invodmj army of seven
The abrogates compromise 1820 as I
WIleD this bill therefore Charleston
wbich hare the of this comes before J/Vrcury the establishment L
they represented necessity measure Congress urges
aft tie
to the "proscription"of body, much less to Daniel I men fully equipped. The active part taken by
%; upon our Senator*and Representative in an opportunity will he offered to test the soundness of a daily line of steamers between that city and New any the: Missouri compromise, by declaring that so much Northern that of Austria, and Jto*>
& Ct. courts especially
; of the friends of the South who S. Dickinson, who not only sustained him when a candidate
and W proposed have been
: at be
department of that act shall not
t T.u York. This i is now rendered the railroad as prohibit slavery so con- *ia,in bringing about the Bourbon futioo,w deeply
-. their tlieTreasury creating so great a nt the North If the Prep necessary as but who still sustains tbe of his
< rumpus leading policy
.d u with rfpeett J ident or bis friends fail, we will abandon them will i from Wilmington to Manchester is complied thus rued a? to apply to the Nebraska or any other territory excited Louis Napoleon. He tee in the success of

rpropa. Whigs and "Hard" Democrats ; throwing Charleston off administration, though probably opposed to some of of the United States. On tbe other hand, 3 lr. Nicholas the re-estflbfohmeat of.tfce-; Bourbon ii
; tion asked for by Mr. Mallory.A abide the issue 'I" the liue of travel. That connection ii
Cabinet did he for "the Van Burensor / France. Hence, notwithstanding present apparentfriendly
F' nor "plead"
1 to the location of the proposed Hospital ..buldt | being made there is no daily emnmunieation ; Sumner. of Massachusetts, has offered an amendment relations or rat ber pleasant coquetry .with

appropriation be obtained, we peum 'has The Railroad Meeting I between Charleston and the North going any other set of men. East: West North or South'I m'iking in terms the :Missouri Compromise a part oflhe Austria be will in a few months strike for thelraliap

., 4 ury je acting up tlie of the On Saturday last, owing to the inclement weather except by Tbe editor in all his reference baa drawn entirely upon bill. Stairs, and attempt to hold them as the-eust of Austrian -
backward ou the South Carolina
Port } t b erected at New' was but thinly attended. A fine spirit however, was ville. Of railroad to Branch on exuberant fancy-be ha not a/art in his whole alliance with Russia; and tile OrieanMt aad Jgitimisto .

.E. Port manifested and the subscriptions were increased course, remark. the Mercvry, the catalogue. The Marquis of Tnr ')t has been rewarded br Lou .
through travel, North and South, will reach with rank in tbe of Honor Loui NapoTeoo having made up his.mind to flgnf,
., : P. 8.-Siuee the above in we find that never is Napoleon a higher Legion .
some 25,000 the few
,. typ by present Cot Whitner, the other by canvassing tbeirprup' >
affiiir. will power
Charleston unless for his chivalrous conduct in the SonIc -
I .
we can provide for it
the bill been an adequate The New York is !
reported upon Committ of the Board Erprtu out aginstthe Nebraska until he
h te Secretary of Directors, made an interesting and There is no reason for giving credit to the rumor that coitions (or adjustment can aave smnovemeej*

and o m M. Mallory eoasidei in Commit' statement as to the action of tbe Board and as to acceptable outlet We believe this to be within Bill in ic* present shape, and demands the prohibition .fr. Snule bad fought another duel with tile Duke of r aU the material for an aggmive war. -v _

e a t a without amendment the intentions of t the Director in certain contingencies. our power. It requires only a daily line of steamships I- of Slavery. The Sxpreu i ie tbe leading Silver Gray, I. Alba ending in his own dt'ath.-&vtl"nall Covner. Finally our Lrmen should sow plenty of .apsiag.
I.- p between wheat and plant quantity of India? -Cum. nel
this and
Messrs. Ward city New York, to secure apart in the State and hence "For his ehivslons conduct in the Sonle aR'Air"i.e. any
G. K. Walker and Cabell favored the organ Empire hostility maybe ; Baltieand Bloek Sea will, eHb.l..be. eIeeed-d. v*

14( 1 .-lph meeting with brief remarks. Mr. George Jones, of of the Through Travel We have an.experience regarded indicative of the course of the sn IGray "answering at the istor. month" only forty pace l east a twelve month. ,England ;OO.Wntero-j/! ''

,1'i. '- 4 Despatches from dte t 3J tel e- Savannah also'made a abort address, in vindication of in tbu kind of communication, that ought to assure us Whig in Congres In view of the develope- (rom that same pitol mouth._ ''try'chivalroua. Southern continental Europe will have-to look.feth* -'c

the Wlowing Hems: that the sea offer a safer and more certain h4iie1 of United State alone for a npply jraph be made of the
the good faith of that city, and of the earnest desire of meats soon to growing out discussion "
j t the died at communication than the land. For than fifteen in \'h.\ Yorl- *'"' iU1t of the) nnt Citynail. obtained from those seas.
Washing more Fire
'wKwt its citizens to with Florida ia this r and vote on that bill, we advise Southern Whig edi.I .
,, .4't' )J co-operate work.- the Wilmington line of .-The fire which broke out in the new City.Hall, Very reepeetfuUy. GEO.-N. SANDEBS.c
e. at G 8t1wt., ort He placed bit own name down for 10,000. years steamboat have daily; I'ton to cease their insane attacks on the administration. situated in the Park, New York. was not got under I .
traversed -
American C died ppNt I in We understand that tbe State Engineer is exp eci t- our coast without an accident to life or They will presently have evidence to their heart content until the building which occupied the Chamber: From Richmond Despatch.

: j r.lO ed soon to make a reconnoisance for the route of the property during that long period. We think we can aa to what extent they have been justified in assailing street side of tbe Park was entirely destroyed. The ',.,.4.
I 1 of the Central safely challenge the world for I was about four hundred feet long, nnd was I Ministerial Duel ,
Tbe Michigan parallel instance of a the President building
for ftGovernment.
passenger fluE road. Meantime the friend of the alleged freHO izing I
; burnt Sunday night. The lose I ; enterprise in the daily business either by land or occupied as court rooms, public officers, A-c The Her- The late duel between Mr. Sonic Sr,and tie Mars
4- n. G ad various Counties should push forward the subscrip lea so loogvwoduc Unless we are wide of the mark, they .ld estimates the los at 100000. The fire was qnis de Turgoi, the French Minister,and Mr.SW*..,
ted with such
.t. St Thomas says that Untie, and incite the people to something like a of perfect safety of life and property. I It; will find that the only reliable friend with few exception communicated from one of the flue to the upper part .r,-and the Duke of Alba,_which we anaoinMeiljKiaie

M.r 8k a.IKII California for Belt confidence" not only in their ability to gen.eroos the must be remembered, that such a line doe not depend 1- *, of preserving the tat. adjustment in substance; .f the building, and the whole wo won in flames. A days ago aod wbich are both said to lave grown oat.

1. e on tl 6 his sinking condition, and thing cucessfully through, but in the carry certainty wholly, or even principally, upon travel for it* aod in principle, will be found in the adminiatratioo law library valued at 175,000.saved which occupied in a portion of remarks'upon Madame Smile'* | ,ma5t.bai'.#
positive of the building. was though a damagedstate.
.' toot of I It will have in lhe j.tV
were support a sure and jnveda very ptnlrmraod psey' episode .
guano vast
... be a twenty loss.Tbe .e. that the matter is going ahead. freighting' busbe and I in tbe rank of the Democracy.. DoaWmaDY AU the important paper eontabed in the notonoo diplomatic life of Madrid. .
in which it will
:' flouts Committee en Territories hare instruct- **, defy competition. It would be Democrat from the North will act with the Whig building were also saved. Madame Soule. ,it win be' r 1Jtdtd provoktd t tilt

edeehitDtkIIzpa&tiyi4IzteodiogtIlaud e ; Wu.fng1.n 1 Xt**,-The correspondent of tie Herald a natural outlet for the business of our Railroads/and' If*o, let them go-enough will remain true, we firmly criticism of the' Dnke of Alba,-and it seeaaahw of At,*

h laws of Oregon over the Utah Tet. I write that owing to a great change produced I in would pour it* rich returns, through thee channel*, believe, to carry the bill successfully through both |3>r-We find the following characteristic parargrapb French Minister by presuming to wear her! dr- .
4. Tbe' Committee on AgrieoUare animtainr into all the interior State with which I in the New York Herald of Thursday : i he fashion of her own country high ia the neeav: -
we II
the minds of the Senator with to the are coons
( into the expediency of...M"an agricultval I. Preaideot' : ted. It would give an energy, life and growth" I' House "THXKND OF KOBZTA.-We understand that the grandees of Spain and France appear to l.T'LJ
,1 i appointment, there is no little doubt but that our' far-famed Martin Kozsta is now in this city in a state playing the part of the lowest cls of thecJJ',

J t&Senator Douglas,f t Teit.. they will all be confirmed, including Mr. flee busine, which would be a* sure and lasting a* it In conversation with an intelligent leading and influential of utter destitution. An application baa been mad )large citieS, ".ho.when degraded ft"b" '

I 0 ae leave to le t Collector of New York,, The.reason assigned for this would be great" -. 3f r .-* gentleman, who baa heretofore acted with tlieWhigof to u* on his behalf by a friend of hi. for a petty clerkship I of hrntah'ty,post themselves in public p1acei14Taudible "

tb determined &re change is that the Senate cannot with i Florida and voted for OeD Scott at the last in our establishment worth five dollar a week vewarkupaii tbe'dm* and amesreeot Of'..

I ., l.boundary of 36 SO propriety ooi a. Ora fJir. f\' : hearing hiD We are sorry to say that we have no vaeanc!**; but dies who are _ing;.. '
I ) Cherokee .' Also that the firm or rejeet a nominee upon any other ground than Neither Doe the adnthiiration election we were very much gratified surely between Commander Ingraham who obtaineda ce* for the ooar* neM ihd'.u

I .. it would 4o make twotsrritork's that.r personal et.netn and qualification 'Itistatimafed Congrew admO) ire** confidence',fe Geo.Pierce, a* an hones spans /:. medal and ever to much glory and llr.Marcy.;who which American are r.-

t; eowbIllStdIIIdi0bSiDt1 d. that the President 1s rather pleased than otherwise in the fpod opinion of feeHew' Terk fi+3Ztt d awrUcneelfbet forthaD noerat TbePresi4W procured a rearly-made reputation a* 'a statesman hidWty to M.". & .we.

-- # with Judge DougW for the following explosion of !it* wrath t@.1 .akls acted isjhtbknowinf no man :outsideof solely and entirely out of Koala. something might be I mist be referred.to aome. .
Twe hart been *eni be Commit* measure organization I cate a It is t1.i.cf Be has raised two men I to Mr.SoMU'sa DiiUaxcVftihVpresea-a 5't:
9 I reports .prjajotad : eomVUoUy that. 'the'tioo Baltlmere fa M election for'office done far the poor fallow. ,_ .
the PlatJbm -
e of a government Jur ebrub.Territory, because I Iitid1 ., eoukt have veaebedwithout disagrteableToitTSe ,and es* ,
S j tee on the JnsMajy..NIiNOi receoUyraisedl7Mr.Pheli have no decire,-whatever, to arrest th ftTnvetef- a piaeaele of tuna they never Spsu&hcaurJ ;
p test the sincerity of the free-soilen Uu i i it he to be left to,tane' Wbo wouldn" the maIj co je of refua lo receive W iV =.'. "
; >< orV4i. MBtM W right ing proceedings on the Pacific, and rather) fetor tfcfridea i ,JVcbratlca 'Territory and Slavery.-JUserations beapatrintr and probably.i*,the plan to*ridethi **_.. _- ;-

retaioU* Mat b ...whioa be ..ar-pofev it ia reported that Gen. Case has authorised! of freebootiog annexation; provided:it1 .. ): :,. have been introduced into the Ohio State Senate,, We do not believe that there is a press out of New visitor by aR tort*of oal annoyoc***; .

W t. jate me.tiafoftbethstcaMbaaevooe. his friend tasty. that be will not only rote for the end In the extension slavery.., A. for e 4'solemnly'protesting against the passage of I.y.et York capable of thus making the misfortune of a brate-. by the way,to bare been fort af"* *- ,.. '

1 G ..' .lte repeal of the Missouri ObmproBse! as tar as it late iv- there never wa one more completely obedient in I its for tbe organization of the Territory. of Nebraska and persecuted man the them. benrtleaa )ridieuW' a .
et ,
t S I.!1or. tul 1r_ *- f fete with the compromise of 1850.. which allow* general tone, to the desnaadtof-tbe .'Yt' which ahall expressly exclude the institution 0'I If the victim Austrian* tyranny n really in such 1 a*,. "pal. parties to It u. d..terIteTurgotatbe& J1d'.
that b
( .MaaotyofUMCoaunue: Southern planters to go at once with their ty There Is no degree of humiliation to which' .jtiman from said territory and requestingthe ten dcetUotjon, the tact he permitted to r 0- tbree Nehlonpd ar.
into newtefriOiiHbutwiulmakeapeecbluu li'de.-i" slavery mob eo fa not creditable to the people .wbo* protection 1I roentiz- C'o: ""she
i repert I favor of K. rkclpet rVt, and th, mbority Senate declaring that portion of tho Missouri \>9 bow disposition in behalf tbe peculiar iotftu-j t Senator and ReprtstutatiTC* from that S te to be ha been forced to seek- Is possible- that 't r ta keen ibe ..mara

(Mr. BttUer ad-BsjyardJ'agalnit) & i I uoouustitulioual. eompromiao two" vote accordingly. such, a man who wfllinj to accept a petty clerkship Uui.ed:5biei.: : T.'CllQlmeuce. 1 -1--



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.111iunlt to a Yfon-hrtd aDd 8t lnab1e ST.30BN'S, INS'.l'l'.l'U 'II. DR. w. c.RESIDENT. ._1T1111 .Ieet.- '. .. Wins, 8, .,"IIt tt. .. .
bt be edj REMOVALLAMBERT rtAA BU8H1LS Heavy Seed Oatoai -- :.-,
I procedure aa naif expect 1 s
: rpHE Spring Session of this Jnhtitntion wmmeoX PHYSICIAN hut, HODGKISS t SCOTT.D (vD 0t ftraDlj. 1'i'iiI .
: t"6 roB* Qoen U P0 notorious albwt and not brutal nfeecompelled in cud ou Monday, UK tth iust and willdote' the first TALLAHASSEE. FLA. LDRD. ., .. \- CO, 4 31. 1868. U 52 JOldPot, CJ.r, ", . .. .
sLat ber v*D subjects, over Thursday in June next IMPOKTEB8 A*D JOBBERS Ma l ira. old PEtJei.lherry ;
)_ iof.-.r U Us her VlieoHewYWiMorninf. I his prof.w wrvicea to the citizens of OF '.' .
d on.; motah are The undersigned \ill happy to ii r.>rm the public that I OFFERS and vicinity. Office first d-ior East : SILK ANJ FANCY GOODS -* :Irtinds fbr Sale *3iTk1iICide: #. .

pbe a _PP' in rubtic.U'fit".l" he has secured the nerncek Mr. JOHI BENNETT as of Post Office&'e building, immediately adjoining Dr.. AVxQ KUtOVED virtue of the prov ont of the] oontrnct between LsHitlon Port ft, .BeUeBAJa,*._ *. -. _

I'riut'ipal| Teacher, for Ite no .Kmbt .ill give entire Nash THEIR BY ApaUchicola*Land Company and JaoK H.le- Itnuxly reaches, Brand X.t1aerri.

[ rhr BOlli. H'ee'IIy JlUlrz.] I satinfaeUoii. as he has fevrrul )cars cxperi rtice, and January 14, 1851. 2 1y vzw: 1r41zEHOIjsE fur the sale of the following hinds, I will! for the.collection .. JtIUlI-bdfy Syrup, -. .._._
I furnishes high teslinnitiuls quuhficatiniiR.Pentous tUrawberrj .Frab Lobstes
NO. 'E t..Eb of the unpaid porchuae mwoer and by the coo
wiskiu to enter their sons, must Line. 1Jeluon. 4i, 5j ,
.:. *. **Rh>!* TKPBEKt. procure For (fcarlesloB--Pioneer : sent of the Administrator, sell at public ootor.to the ;,"
Y tickets of the criber, as he hall cltalgt of the In -r (OI'l'OUTa'rID:to .) Ginger : s.mla ; .:.. .:
muter, M now highest bidder; before tire Court House inTalUhanee,

A\\'bnearet briPt >ew fur TcrWf the Id. ff'OIIIl New.1] stitute him.Board and the tuition must iu every cue be |>uid to THE Staunch wd Btig will have Acorn k!Phinney patch for above port.Fur Invite IMPORTAT1OtLoI-the attention or the f" trade 0 their. SPItING I:on described thejJr Linda JJoxfay to-wit t* February next, -following. .on Pine-Apl"au."aJelty\ '.. .. ..: .: .. '.a f'' .I..,',. ,"

} YierI t' like -hg bdde be obtained in the village on reasonable freight or ixttnft apply toHcNAUGIIT ; > Crjrant do. ; t& ;:: 4 .
ew can .
For ..tb ups her brow I Ibe terms. 4 ORMOND. MCHfljaacrr. Tfce N W i of the N W J of See 30'in T !, RI, 'kUl1g'Ge1atin' ." "niTIa 4. i:' ,.4.. a .-
With Jfmmf Sajd-K theE of the'N of See 25 in T R 1, . .
Tew. tb"'qpbe old shroud, of five months Newport Jan. U, 1854. 2 ; -I KJ -.,".. .
The rates of tuition areas fcT FlaypVing'KxlrBcts
bgtI per sessson 0 pf'YeatPutLrs ; .40 .... It, i.. : .
A' B and W, all containing one hundred and sixty acre .. ... l "
Zift '
i' '
._\lt with follows: Boots Shoes &c. .. more or kill lately occupied by said James Hak deceased .. ., .,.. ] iekfrs. ...1. :.. 1.,.. "
eloadl tMs"'d roldeo light : "
'scIe\_vi Orthography and Reading.. .. .. .. .. $6 00 i'i&o. Term made known on day of sale. Oorn Btafrh U'o.' ''' ".1dOfttObe.b. .. ;" :r.--z-

1\roaIb die ate bhis ikyis drifting 1 1A Writing and Arithmetic.. . . .. .. 6 00' MADE AND REPAIRED. JOHNBEARDrAg't 4. .. 'Capet4ry'... ....;... ._
t."y New Year MerchafltthTOt2gbOUt the United States are solic WorcvsferiiUrc fiance Coci. .. .. .r-. ,'
briP old 011' I English Grammar, Geography, History and 'MHB subscriber in asking a continuation efX ited to examine assoitwent. which in Apalachicola Land Co. ."
\\110 card for tbe .r ; Kbetoric. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 12 60 b.., gives notice that be has receiv- any December 31. 1 M2. 62 tl reb. EnglishNustald. ; .r.4'. ._'

Dt ha' goee Y with lh bs las eflfnWL frowning his brow.earft and fears; Elementary Algebra, Double Entry Book ed a stock of patronage the very best quality Superfine French believed NOVELTY.tor be RICHNESS unsurpawed ia AND this VARIETY, December N,-1861.. a1.. ., ._.:s ,.".' ,. ..: ... .
18 Metropolis, and MONTICELLO HOTEL.
lh bai g'lDe KoepitiGT. Natural Philosophy Logic, Leather Patent Lea- '"
Sole "
for the New Year! Calf-skin imported Eaglibh the of the FRESIIGAflb Bbbfr"'
glad trade (
d* P3' adapted to waqts very best in the
Hnnan for I'laiu Trigonometry,Geometry,and Land Morocco and otbe?article appertain- APT. NEWMAN closed his Hotel} !
her riou8 dreams tUer. Boot every of-which having -
Sie hili with Surrcjing.. o.. %.. .. 4. .. 16 00 to Boot Establishment These materials nee of COl try- will be offered to Cash and first and the subscriber and cRovmf or 1658.UTA .-': '- *'
thread j in her woof of gold lug a class six mufct&s buyers, on the most favorable terma.January.'f..18U..1 having purchased
AnI1Rt b1\-.lib 's sweet glt"ams.! Laliu, Greek, Moral and Intellectual Philosophy the most superior kind aDd will make up Boots and 'I' .. awed up that large and commodious Brick Building Bago, Flat Tutt>lp"CaDbage.Beeti.hceivedT .h-.juaf
bop 6t R
A.re woftll bel' m1i1 Analytical Geometry, nnd the Cal. Shoes of the very best descriptiona. Repairing. doneto ., l South of the Court House formerly occupied as 41 Tuvem -. .D. H.AME .

I dte 1"elU"-maJ the bright dauling, culus. .. ". .. ... .. .. SO 00 order. Shop immediately South of the Union by Mr.Goodbread, and known then us tie Burnt rHone December-4, 1853. 61 .' : -
Glfcll.1th lame ray J-.M. WAAS. MONROE HOUSE take this method of .
Bank. informing the public that .
fcr time shall come to lie down and sleep Persons wishing further information can have a .: :
January 141854. 2 it he baa converted the said building into a lotel and For New York .
that have 'd Circular JAS. L MOSELEV
1fir6 tl*ones away. addressing -- TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. reepectu1l1IOhCILI a share of jHiblic '" .
Madison, Jan. 28, 1854. 4 Sup't. patrouag No ,1 rqIFnei Packet Bark. E. i\cjiiii MinSawyer. :
Band Shoe Making &c. well-known hotel from or will be spared render those ".*
she never cared much rpHIS having passed pama expense comfortable I } .* Master will have immediata .*
M* Pariington Kays HJL 1 the hands of Mr. E. P. who! vuit his houne. The
would inform Moore into I hose oftbe may well known Livery .
undersigned respectfully ut.'IIlllt.c For ) -. *. > :_:
.boot grand spectacles( or other rights ; but Florida Land Sales. ,-THE citizens of Tallahassee and vicinity that nndersiined ; the new proprietor gives notice tothe Stables formerly kept bv Capu Newnian,are connected freighter_ **-NAUGHT paws-re apply dT. ORMOND. -

there art tAl things she would like to have T HE subsebctill offer at Auction, bef-re the he J.has opened a Boot making shop in the rear of public that be i is prepared to entertain t mini en t with the Hotel. E. E. BLACKBURN.MocjtictUo Newport, December' W, 62 ,:

wen-the inoculation of Frank Pierce and door of the Court House of the County .f Dinal, Zucker'u harness Establishment"on 2K foot street, and pei-marientcustomcrs with the best the hou!e nfords. Doveinbcr 24, IS;:. 61 t43._ r .'

he corporation of Queen \ ctoria. on Wedoesday, die 3d of May next, all th* 16th sections where nil kinds of Boots and Shoes will be made in and nt as reasonable a cost as the times will'admit -SODA- -WATER- APPARATUS NEW FILM. ....'wGOODS4; ., .

\ fa said Couuty. __ the latest and most fashionable sHloi, and in a supe of. The )bouse; is well supplied- with servants, and a-t i----c. : *4'S"--J '!
=::: Before the door of the Court house in the Countyof nor workman.like manner. Repairing done at short very com cnicnce to make guests comfortable, and I FOR M.VtFACTl-RINO, I>EAW1.>n AXD BOTTLING, NOW ON H ANI, ::
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all the 1 ; .
Tallahassee Market. !': on Monday the Rth of May next I notice. He selicits a share of public patronage.G. the proprictor'.will'spnre UA pains to please tla'l8e110 the latest and ,most approved construction. MOST beautiful ..andr.V -

COTTON* January ?8. 1854.-The fnvwableaccouuU ICtli cectione in the said Couuty. DEIEULING. mnv favor him with their par ihge. An rxerllmtjvery OF manufactured, nnd for sale, with explicit printed A GOODS which wilt be sold low foV atnortmn CASH. id of; *

brought by the mails in the early part of the Before the door of the court House in the County of\' January 14, 1854. 2 StAn I stable':adjoins thin Hotel" C. A. BRYAN." directions for its use, by JOUN MAT1 HEWS, corner for the lncton'otlbe the "*

Veek.produced a firmness iu this market, and the St. John', on Saturday, the ISth day of May next, \ Tallahassee'_ January- 7, 1 sh.. 1 tf > of first avenue and VtHh street, opposite Bellevue I vance on the original cost,.at counrjit'inafl the .*- .*.afl. .

tile! to the close of Ute day on Thursday were easily all the 16th sections in tuid Countv. Excellent Horse for Sale. 4.J tl New-York. The only establishment devoted xclueively 't
in the : *" eri Cash andHQDGKISS :
fleeted; at the quoUJioos (uraisbed ia out last re Before the door of the Court House County subscriber offers for sale a good, s. to the manufacture of tkir WATEE MACHISKKT FrrAaJjtctf : : .:

view. Tile reception of the Niagara's accounts on yeslerdsv of Putnam, on Tuesday said, the 16th. day of May next, all \ THE safe buggy horse, "Oliver"dark FROM. ;"!ihle / &r. Pettes," tc, in the United States, and where nay be
morning served to strengThen eoo 6d.l eon the the 16th sections iu County.Before .I five old, warrantedenrforcaHh, *iIu. Found a large assortment of every "article coulll'CtedwiU '
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the door of the Ooln.i House in the Count j bay years ** vQEO. ..
the do .Plain'Hams TO :
of buvijrs wbn operated freely'tbroutf tml.itb security. For terms 2 the business including Materials, tc. Established -
day part, at price* wteh thow an advance of full J. The of Orange, on Monday. the ?2d day of May next, ail or Ac.short at Dr. G. W approved. ParkbuTs residence wliere the 8 Tierces Sugar Cured Hams, 20 Years. l W. SCOTT & CO. ..

quotations with which w close our review, as deduced the 16th sections in said County. iu three horse apply also can be seen. JOS. L. ASHBY. 2 Box flBcef Tongues December 24. ist.: 3m 51 I We will make every exertion"to rcnde/dealf; **wlttt -I

Fro n the sales (amouutuig lo 716 bales for the week) Terms-One fourth Cach the balance equal 14, 1854. '2 30 bbls.- PljmtV Extra Flour, us ru abiwlvte and atnplf tyitiv+leHt f;lwf-trtdit; ..
in advance. January
viz annual i Ulmeuls, with interest 70 bbls. Superfine Flour A ROYAL, STOCK I "
which have taken place, are as follows : Ordinary in goods of the best qualities latest aud roost approved -

to Good Ordinary.! 6f to 7 .; Low Middling, 7f; Mid- Regi'tcr of Public Lands I). S., State WALKER.of Florida. DAGICRREAX SKlr-LIGIIT GALLERY, 3 Hh h.Brown Sugar, Of Carriages, Buggies, Harness, Sad-lice, styles, at the LOWEST CASH I'R. ". *.. .

tll.nir to Strict Middling.. 8 to 81; Good Middling. 40 bbls. Rectified Whiskey, Our assortment will constantly be add .
Collars 1arnr.s8'Illker'. Stock and Tools I enlarged en*
January 28, H 54. 4 ID'S UKUG STOKE. ,
in the amount to 9,493 boles, oviu EARN 2 do Monongehala Whiskey,
PJ. The receipt city rid ed by fresh supplies, and wjll embrace Sba"ntir. :;
against 9,292 bale the same time last yearj subscribers ppctfully nnnounce to the la 20 half bbls. Mouongehala Whiskey, Trunks, Values Carpet Bags, fyc., I' variety of goods dl.'mallde.llrl tins market. .Annexed: ..

n&l1, For Sale. THE and gentlemen of Tallahassee and vicinity 10 boxes Star Candles. IS JUST NOW APPEARING I I'I isaGENERAL SCHEDULE: '

T lIE subscriber offers for sale at Hiekcry Hill l that they have permanently !located in this city.I .- 6 b lAbd 20 Kegs Lard, 1 i I Embroideries, Laces Ribbons and Trimmings, La- '

Madmou County',three )Jitely Xegro Women-<'e Their Gallery will be open daily! for the reception of vis1 25 bblaoJitdalece. 1 dies' Fine Dress Goods Fancy Mnntlesv Shawls and 'b

I I lnus. of t.NU! uFupciior'CiNik, Washer and Irotier1 the 1 I I itors, Sundays cxcepted. Miniatures taken of nil sizes c' BERRY t ROVTLES. Cloaks. Fashionable Bonnets Gloves. Mitts aqd Ho- .

other two -xcvlleut Houte Servants. AM! a fine pair i and 'ttvles of the art. nnd warranted nut to fade-taken Januuy'Z'lBfi4.. 1 1i1' UR.-\iDA-CAJUUAnr.s AND BUGGIES tiery. Heavy and substantial Dry Goods Blankets, .

TORT OF ST. MARKS. Match Hordes, xvell broken and young. Persons as"well on cloudy as fair days. General satisfaction IYJ ; of all sorts-among tLem some of the Clothing. Boots and Shoes. Hats and Caps Bagging

ARRIVED: "ilOhing to buy the iibove desciipti" of property, I given. or no charge made. Having had long experience Provisions, &o. I famous and blasting dust-di-pe Ihng. tump-sunnnunt- aid Rope, Siddlery, Hardware and Cutlery. Guns,

3m. 19.-Schr. Maria L. Davis Davis, Charleston.J would do well to cull on mo 5<' >n. For further jwr- in the art and making it their constant study, 30 BARttfeLS Mesa Pork, lug pattern which will go twenty miles an hour and Nails and Hollowware.. Crockery. Fancy Boxes and

:20.-Schr. Julia M. Hallcck. Anderson 10 ticulare, addri me at MaJiMtn C. II. they flatter themselves that they will be able to pleasethe : 8 Ca -Bacon Sides plop only with the horses, being specially adapted by I 1 Paints. Powder, Shot and Lead Flour Beet Bacon*

daft from Aspinwall New Grenada, in balksL Jan. 21 1 1. 1854. 3 2t J. W. W. MA11HSALL most fastidious. Their pictures are taken in an 2 do >r do Shodldera, strength"nnd bigb finish to the [corduroy] Railwny Butter Cheese aud all kinds of Gnxet iVs and Frov .

JILL 22.-Schr. Chipola O'Learr, New-Orleans. -- --- ('al'fllld graceful manlier Lndioe and gentlemen are ?,0 bbtsTliiid 20 half bbls.! Flour. service. Courting Carriages for jiohte younjr gentlemen iUII8i

Jau.23.- Empire, York Cuarlestoo Ten Per Cent on New York Cost. invited to call tnd fsjiminu their ppeeSmens.Thev 10 H>Vi.'aml 16 lurif LbI Whiskey, and Sulkies for the eo-di p. The well known.i Cotton and Tobacco. .

subscribers iu their bu I ate prepared to give instructions to those de- 'MlsFMbBougH ta Wbikt'Y. John Oilpiu SADDLES upon one ofwhch that world :I Liberal advances made of alinve
CLEARED. contemplate a cluing on slnpmtnts .th/
THE sirious'of knowledge of the art.All from I
a Molssd-1pef&oae.. landing Schr. Petto, renowned
acquiring Captain
relations and JeMetI their block ill sell articlt bN'vemer
Jav .-Bn5 C. A. C ce, Hubbnrd, New York, toBssallwood ( x* 1 kiuds of Dagnerrean materials for wile, CODillt.ling and forsal By M4NAUGHT ORMOND. Rode fourteen miles in fifteen days dt SCOTT..

Aadereon A-Co, with 744 bales cotton, far rasA, (excel the It groceries,) at 10 ,per willcut cent on at New 12!Jj I of German Half and Quarter Cameras, Common Newport January 7, 1864. 1 And never looked behind him.. II.I 1D, Isp. : 45. :-_ .

2 bales moss SO boxes tobacco, 4 came and bundles York cost, by )piece or have.quantity To or I,!, and Fancy Cast, Plates"; From. Ac: at 10 per centalne -'!**\fa. 91:' _-Tw T -- '"- i And numerous other patterns, adapted to speed and MORE & ALLACHER\ -
tndte, 20 ,\ rosin 2 bbls. syrup, 178 dry bide j l'er ceuU any goCKlc they our punctual pay- Sew"t.rk price. KUHN3 A BAILEY.Jauuary Cooper Carpenter's and 'Blaok- 8eTVCC. Some of the varieties of HARNESS have ; -; .
Wall sell uxual. TIle stock if "
Jan. !L-She. J. Vail Delano to Smallwood Anderwo fit the m-e and continue approaching to a season* !is well assorted< H, K54. 2 tf [Sentinel. ';' *. Bjnith'a Tools. been of," but others must be seen to be appreciated. t Rid r Road 'and Coatti'Strtrt, .Philadelphia.! : :.:

i. Ou, with J0 bales cotton aud 2 bundles present -'- All the WHHa warranted tobult if Well I Iron Founders and Mauafactttrefa of t .
and great bargains can be made. The public are requested FINE n f eli selected stock of the above ap-
iaoV I and Marine Insurance. 'ROUOHT nod
aod 16* dry Fire A plied. or will be taken back the money returned no CAST laox RAILWCT. ADd ..allI -
and embrace this
Jan. 24. Left fir Cedar Keys ecbr. M. L. Davis, ttl call opportunity supplying ing from Brig C.A. Cue, and for Rule bv I kint's of ORNAMENTAL and
their wimts, and l.v ing the cath a hand- E Savannah Mutual In!urauce Company. bar McNAUGHT que!tioin nsked. and a receipt given in tirrupleathncr.'l'he'e I.
Davis, fur load of cotton. boine. uuioutit will be oavcd.il II TJI jug established an Agency in this City will Newport, Jannary.5, Ib54. 1 Whips are of the same kind the port wished Ib ROY WORKS, Iron Railings for public and. priv..teGrnun

IN PORT. AY WARD n the most toorabliterms. every hionnet baud ., Verandah Settees, Choirs Tables &..

Bark Cleolia. IngralMim, W<*t Wind. Sanders. January 21, 1R54. 4t :i I Apply to 'I1JO. J. PERKINS. Agent. :. .: Crockery.A a. To la.h the rascal naked through the world." Lots.Particular attention paid to the. enclosure of Banal. ..

Brigs Ann C. Ilatt, Driukwater,Gov. Browu, Parks, I I January 14, 1854. 2 .Bm I have also many Patent Sole Leather and other I"
FEW Crates and Hhds. Crockery, for sale low, More TRUNKS the find the keyhole
Acorn Phhmcy.clir. New Stock.A in which difficulty u to -
| Pioneer Line. For Charleston to close'.consignment l"y despair List of Prices sent to persona Ling to make a se
Nerifeut, Powers, Julia M. Hnlleck, Anderson, .3. several thieves having hung themselves in -
d\ selected and lection. .
NEW STOCK I McNAUGHT 4- ORMOND.Newpnt411tar'i.4854. .
Magnolia David, Empire, York, Clu'pola! O'Luary.MEMORANDA. ( Drills j2jrpIIE Packet Schooner MAGNOLIA, Davisjj2 on account of it. All dwseand9j19! other articles.
/V. from New York No ember 12 lS&3
received .
CllCtilical ju"t 1 .45 8m .
[ JL Master will have immediate dispatch for will be sold low to meet the exigencies of the times,
stock Tlnc such .. "
wiehing article .
making complete. : -- -- -

Cleared at New York Jor this port on the 7th inst. *, will my fiud every thing comuuidly! kept in Drug the above port For freight McN AUG or passage HT i apply ORMOND.to '_, ._.:..!.t..._..r. _'ew' .Y." i-k. .;!cTllE aud the Sub-Marine to clo"e out Telegraph for an entire about new the stock full of expected next moon.Apply by Fresh fitipplies. .

brig Herald Luce on the 8th, bark R. IL Gamble, Mores nt A. 11. W 1I4S0S': new store, Newport, Fla. 14 18M. 2 new.Brig E. Remington will bare im to D. E. HULL RECEIVING from tie HERALD, ASA. SA.V. .

Honnier. on the Kith. Bark Charlotte Wynus, lloerncr,I Dealers iu the country can do better here than t. 'end ..Newport. January ., despatch fur the above port. For ) and CHIPOLA. :..
done usual short notice
P. as ,on
aud the ISth Bark Asa Gates. .
New York.P.
on Sawyer to 2
Extra Northern
No.l .
to FI.ur. Mackerel .
freight or apply
Up at Kt'w.trt f.c this ;port, ju tile Sib, Brig; S.- \' !heretofore nil Officinal Drugs and Chemicals -I Rice and Flour. passage McNAUGHT 4 ORHOND. and reasonable t >rnt". Politicians w'ho slipped M Westt'rn" 4BbTs.. .- ., '

Kuwumee, Muurue and Brig Blootuer, Graul on tht varranted Pure BARRELS Prime Carolina Rice. 7 1854. the collar and broken the traces of party can be fix- S. F. I. Kits : -
30 Newport January .
nit ewjs'rtJnuarv2l, 1854. 3 1. 12U bbk Georgia and Carolina Flour. ed again In no time.Tallahassee. Buckwheat Flour, Dried Herring, "_._:. .
I, - -- -- ----- .--- For Nile to arrive Schr. M. L. Daus. bvMcNAUGHTl December 24, 1853. 51 -
per- Salt Salt -- 4 l and \ Kegs .Codfish,

CONSUMPTION every body knows is Manufactured Tobacco. OnMO D. SACKS Key West Salt,just landing and Florida State ands for Sale. I Eng. Dairy Cheese, Dried Peach**, .. ? .'
flutteriug d It commences and MIVniiduoasly Newport, January 14, 1854. 2 I 500 Goshcn Butter .
a srase. ,
; Apples,
RECEIVING further sU-ck of 200 :
JUST a some for sale by Subscriber will offer at Auction in the city : ::
that bef"rc ow is aware f'( it, the lung TIlE Bacon Sides, Green .
assorted Mauuf.K-tured lower
( Tubacco. at Bank of Charleston. McNAUGHT ORMOND.. Pensacola, on Monday, the 13th of Marc) .
a tnaa*of uitm, UMU acudJcn eznurefrom chaiige Shoulders
prices than it niu he bought) iu any of the large markets 7 864. 1 audTuwn.hip. OrnngeaI.
Newport January 1854 the 16th Sections in the following Ranges "
heat to ,/. rmluces and 3 Cured ll Water Crnrterv '-
r { aa injtimtation iu a Nortk Traders will do well to examine samples AGENCY at New Port Florida. cgar (m"
f<>w dan or weeks it is said, lie or she died of hast before ordering their bprtug stocks. Will forward I McNAUG/lT 4 ORMOND. Potatoes. to wit : Lard! in Bhla. and Keg, Butter : :

COSSlJMITlON. For all troubled with cough Jr with attached it. Newport. January 14, 1854. 2 Rung'I, Ttncniftipi.SI Sugar H. SlrnJSUf"ZIr- .,. .'.
samples to Acredit
pricrs de-iring
any and 5 North ,
West 1, 2, 3, 4 .
BARRELS Planting Potatoes, landing .' "
lung Would refer to the advertisement 1 Clarified Soda ;
Ciimplamt we t<> ht .'i( April will be given where ---- 30 per ,. Sugar, .
tiny antiS
ou the outride of this pIof 'II Chemical Ex. is quantity Notice. &1ar. P.ttes, and for sale hvMcSACGHT :;2 2,4 | Crushed Lemon .- .:-
tract of"Cherry and Lungwort" which i* said lobe a required. & ORMOND. f.3; 4 nnd & I Loaf Graham Bread.Stewatts v :.
lf.34. in cash will I all times -
Ncwpmt, JanuaryJM, S highest price paid at .
certain runfur this awful diitcaac. Also Arorn Turkue -- .-- ---_ -_._- THE the subscriber for hides, Deer Skins, Leather Newport, January. 1854. 1 Cl land 3 South.AsoLotsNvs.1,2and5ofSee1tT.2 S, R.t Rio Coffin. Candies : 1'
Hahn the fur all disease uf the ". *
great remedy aud Jam S. S. Almonds :
Inland \iz
Wakulla Iron Works Sea Cotton Seed- :
31 W.
Lair. Selling at Cost. Brazil I -
Apple Vinegnr, Nnta
Prime hides 10 to 12 cents |per pound, TERMS :-One fourth cash three (fourths payable
NEWPORT: :FLOUIDA. Deer Skins, 26 to 30 cia I THE undersigned ia now offering the Entire in three equal animal instalments. with interest in adance. Sperm CandlesyAdm't Eng.Walnuts: '

OBITUARY. THIS Establishment ill now in full operation. All Leather, 17 to 20 cts per I k Of Goods in the Store lately occupied Or i if all be paid in cu.h. five per ccn .ou the Zante Currants ..

Te& in Biltlmore the Ifith inAl. will be attended to with piompbiuM, and Sea Island Cotton Seed 30 to 33 cents per by D. MANLEY iu this city, consisting of a credit instalments will be deducted.D. Table Suit, Onions dc. -
on Wednesday
buhe1.1 .
all work done with neatness and dil Jmtch. These may be sent to any of the numerous general variety of Groceries Fancy and Staple Goods, S. WALKER. -ALSO- C .
of Pleuirsy, MARGARET MARCH, aeL 63, formerly which must be closed. Call and examine. The Damask Table Cloth, Napkin. Tidies, Llhefl tJg 11
AU kinds of work, such no Steam Work, Mill Work, sion Merchants or direct to me, and save all charge of i entire Rrrtittrr P l/tr Lands State of tlortdi.Dccembtr'n. .
of Tallahassee.KtA Giu Gearing Sugar Mill, Circular Saw Machinery Commission. SAMUEL HOYT i stock can W had for less than New Y rk primecost. 1 t3. 60 Sm ings, Worsted Victorines Foulards, ilons De Lainsv
Charleston A rare chance for a bargain can be had by Fancy Prints L. C. Hdkfs. Emb'd and Plaid Siawls
S. C Ao. ,
in Leon the ICth ofFoimouia Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers Plough Castings Braes 149 East Buy.Januaryh4,185t. anyone -- -
Couaty on Monday meL
Castings, tc..; also, Sugar Kettle, of any size, kept 9t 2 Uhiiig the stock and Store. D. II ArY'esTALLAHASEE Long Shawls Brown Linen. Irish Linen Bleached and
Mr.JOHN S. *WILCOX aged about 37 constantly on hand. AU woik done in such an eUbhhhmeiit -. C. II. BLOOD. : Bard Muslim Heavy wml Shirts and 'Drawers. Fin .

,eare. will be done by us, with a particular regardto .''ID Tallahaweo. Dec. 31, 1853. 52 2m FLORIDA, Bed and Crib Blanket", Negro do.. Luweys, Domesti* '.
District Court
of the
States -- Plaids and Stripea, Ticking Denims, Satinets Ker--
the strength and durability of the work. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in d
I For the Northern District Dissolution of Copartnership. sea*, Osoaburgi, flak Rope and an assortment of .
Dod. T. B. LAMAR Competent Workmen alv aye ia readiness to put up ([ Plorida.AT 1 DRUGS AND MEDICINES. 1 ;I. .
Engines, Vc. JA Opartoerahip heretofore existing between Willow Ware &c.
I CHAMBERS !, 26. 1654.-It is hereby or. THE -.SP ,
OFFERS his Professional services to the public.- Terms will lie liberal, and all work done strictly for that the Term of the said Court P Jordan.aiid Thomas IL Hudgkiss.under Such Clothes and Baskets. Market Baa
appointedby as Hampers
be found at the former residence of Dr. firm-name of John P. Jordan 4 Co i.. this rart-tftY, DyestufTs Surgical Instruments
the day
cash orders business fiim in this
or accepted on some law to lie held the first '
James on Monday January Snuff Window Gluts Paint, kets. Salad Sp-ious and Forks Steak Mallets, TowN
Hunter the Spices .
00 firm
Mad mild dissolved consent The of the
eight by'niutcral name
frotn.1all&b.1tAI'128.. place, Tallahassee, or Quincy. I and heretofore adjourned to the first Monday in Feb-- Oils, Varnishes, Putty Manufactured Tobacco, Rollers Rollins' Pius, Potato Sm absn, SUbib.
aHd'in the business. All
Liberal f old Iron. and Brass. will oalr settling persons .
prices paid or Copper I be and the is up
18" 4. mary next aame hereby further ptt- aud Glass Ware Patent Medicines Sticks, P..ucking-HOfI, Satchel Carpet Bags. eta
All letters must be addrehced (pout pnid) to pound and adjourned to the fourth "Monday (27 tbI boJdiog cjaiaia against said firm are requested to Fine Soaps, Fine Tooth Pure Wines and Brandies :. '- HODGKISS & '.. -

DR. JOHN P. DUVAL 1'!. IL POND & CO. 1 I I day) of March next, ut which time thw same will present.Aera Tallahassee ito John P., Jordan the 1st Quincy, or ThomaslI.H4kiM 184.fh..e and Hair Brushes fur Medicinal purposes, November 1 d>1863. 4UDEMRISTV. .' ... .;S. ;,. -:. -.
January 21, I8i. 3 Newport Fla. I i I I Lc'Lc1d. at the Capitol in Tullaha.w<>. by February Paiut Brushes, Fancy Articles .- .-. .J -. .. ,1
TALLAHASSEE indebted" will call John P. Jordan -
us please on t"
: 1. IL BROXSON, Judge. Garden Seeds, Fine Havana !SI.zal1l. .; .
and accounts .urthwith.
OFFICE AT THE COlET HOUfcE. JETHRO COTTON SEED. January 26, 1854. 4 4t pay r JOHN P. JORDAN. He has recently received per brigs A!Sawyer and! L-EWlS'gives notice to'I k. ,..

January 28, 1& 4. 4 PLANTERS who desire pure seed fur the next ,. - -- -- TI1OS. U. HODGKISSDec. Montauk. a Istzt and t'texh *npj>!yot every varietyof DR. and patrons Ftbat beLas r-- .

be supplied by early application. In United States Patent Office. 31, 1853. 62. article usually kept by ilrn< ?tl. Planters and I moved his Office to his residence iii the'- !

MEDICAL NOTICE. '47, I introduced this cotton into Georgia, and the seed I I --. ._ -- I'hni'iuns> will hlvwns fiti.l altLi-establishment a full ; bonding! known ns the Wyatt House" adjoining ttta '

fiom only one boll In '49 bid the only pure seed WAMIIN&TOX, January 2, 1 SC 4. New Copartnership.IS. supply of cv ry thing needed and on the most liberal dwelling uf Dr.Taylor where be may be found at aft .

TVB..WM. r. ROB'EHTSOX then in existence, and have improved annually both O N the petition of James Rowe of Tampa Bay, PAV1DSON, having bought the entire terms. times prepared to"serve Uum Who may.need his setTiers. .
J-A having located ia A j. w. EPPES the seed and staple. The Jethro" cotton i i" uot the Florida !prat'ing for the exteninn of a jmtcnt '' of Thomaa II. Hod(kin iu the above in-I I Orders from the Country promptly filled and satisfaction Hit terms will be Cash or when called. lor. .
Tallahassee and aas riat"l Petit granted to bun oil the twenty-fourth nf April, WO I guaranteed with regard both to prices and! .
result of but the original *
hylridieing references be if
them elr cropping or till Drug bwine will hi carried im at the old Any can given necessary. -
i ttgc.thtr m UK cern,
their Professional senkes;to pr Ute tce of Mcdiciue, offer Gulf, brought to its j'resent state of improvement I;I for an improvement in machines! for cruching hard : stand by.J. 1' Jordan and J. S. M.. Davidson under r quality. Physicians prescriptions- carefully coui- N. II. G<4d Plate cut tn patterns for nUatlIDtI .
oubstuiices ,
public 20 and careful cultivation until it fur lIen years from the expiration of f aid 1 pumaJetL .
Cy Office the by years )jwtient the name and style of JORDAN & DAVIDsON.where sent by mail at $1.05) eta. dwtNo a
niew of over Dr. Robertson Store of)'.Bettoni Htrrs. equals in strength and fiacwcs the Sea Island in lit a- i i j patent hii'll takes place on the twenty-fourth of April thc will be' pleased to see their friends and December :4, Iss:. 61 >'ember 19, 1853 46 .+
at the Parsonic fir Ue eighteen hundred and :
pIe. Experiments lICe now making with it upon the I fifty-four oldie old establishment White Lead 1r. -'
tp seoj>d Church. WM. F. ROBERTSON It is ordered that the said 1 heArd patrons Glass, Oils, ,
the ,.
petition at
Jan.28.t4. juug Cotton Gin, and the opinion is sanguinely n-1 .. JOHN P. JORDAN. MILES NASH & CO:
4jm J. W. EPPES. Patent Office ou Monday, the 20th of March BOXES Window Glsw. assorted sisco, .
xrtttined by some tn the most intelligent and success- next at I' J. S. M. DAVIDSON. -j f\\
To the ful Sea Island Planters that they will obtain this sea-I 12 o'clockin.; and all persons are notified to appear ,' cembor 81. ISM. 62 A vf I/ 1 00 kegs White Lead pure extra t No., Dealers in Drugs, Mediciae;'& : ,;

Owners of Georgia Lands wn4SO: to 40 cents per pound for their Jethro cotton.. and show cause, if any they have, why said petition QuinlY S barrels Linseed Oil, iuf.f1Il their friends and the-public that .-

ltatDlXG IN FLORIDA. AjfD ELSEWHERE. Should this gilA succeed iu liuting Jethro, the produc- ought not to be granted. : Fresh Supples. fi Liird Oil WOULD OIl hand good assortment of suck

g d has. ion of long staple n.ust no longer be confined to par. I Persons opposing the extension lire required to file from New York, Baltimore and New 20' Kees Ztnr! Paint articles as are generally kept in their line'of business*.
T oaee, a lAnd rt eonoectkm with Ms Law icular sections, but grown from the lea shore to the in the Patent office their objections specially set forth RECEIVING 20 packages Fire-proof Pater (bbls. and J bbls.) find will be receiving regularly f,
4 Lnds hi Ag, fill' the examination.. and.Ie mountains. The high estimation in which this cotton I in writing, at least twenty: days before the day of hearing Fresh GoJlteii Butter Cabbages and Beets 2 barrels Rectified Whale Oil, terms shall b rcas >iiable. "* *' -
0eW.uid Lud Of'M'C eu1ar1v Pen in the Cberokee is held by all who Jlave.ptaUled it, for fruitfulness, ; all testimony filed by either party to be used at do 4* in KitsOnions and Hop, 2 Train Oil, 1 bhl. Copal Varnish Tallahassee April 9th, 185S. M:. .

in (! ekee. Lott-y' owning Lands great uniformity and supernn ity u f staple; its pecu- I the said hearing must be tuken and transmitted in Western Cheese, Chocolate and Cocoa GpirSt Turpentine in Imrrels and at retail A general -

I'M hts i-mptl thaerore' ud sell'wiln tketi through liar adaptation to soils and climate without degenerating accordance with the rules of the office, which will be Pine Apple"Cheese: Tomato CaUup assortment .f Colon Brushes,and other Painters'materiale. pping's COlU.RMMI4- Extract %t

small Sd yow DUmbera reported ; high prices it has commanded, ver all other I fumwbed on application. .. ". ', tt aBtsW.-1': Walnut do 'D. H.AMES.

1IDt.e 6e lreti, ilia Ph h, and carefully uplands, in the Atlantic markets, since the sale of the Ordered also that this notice be published in the Lemon, % ./ .. .Brandy Peacbea, December 241853. lit voiiu:. :, ., .

tstd: hhsi. be ClU'aU.theYlftay a..t-be first bale tn 60, with, a special demand this season, Union, Intelligencer, und Evening Star, Washington, Water Cracker" do Cheme, P. S. BROKAW'S HIS new eOmpoun&nowowedilre :
1) C. T
from 8 to 6 cents |>er pound over the finest qualities ; Pwinsylvuuian. Philadelphia Pennsylvania;. Butler .4d' J BmymaHHugar igs only by myself I offer to l'ti rr.I
I wm also purchase Un6a la Ck*.Wj_ of other uplands, can he advancetl iu favor of no other I Evening Post, New York ; Post Providence Rhode '* Pickled Oysters LIEBY ilO SiLE SHBLIS in Drugs and to all laoorioftoder, ;denmg9>> ..
Cur price fur them in cashT t-y a ?*riety, and should recommend it to the consideration, ., Island;week and Flondian tv t Journal Tallahassee Florida, Dried Herring, FmbJbste TALLAHASSEE.. FLORIDA. meats and diseases of the .. "f .... --
or once a three | ,
TERMS.Enuninhij every planter who prefers tn grow good to poor weeks previous to Baltimore-Roe Herring Sardine, -
cot.tun. the of March next, the of .
; and reporting the value trf day hearing. Cod Fish, Maecaroni would in- -
a lot of reres 7 Preprieti as a most reliable remedy.
I Southern CHARLES
|5 tu'r' Central Agricultural Soc'c.'ty"at the MASON cuM Hams Sperm mad Star Candles, X !
pO.Ezamiomg FaIr Sugar form his friends and the 1 do not offer it merely a\a IutmesscorajxHin/Lat
and reporting value of a lot of 16) ,for the b; *w*r'ld a special premium of fifty dollars P. S.-Editors of the above\Commissioner of Patenta. Baooo ShrddtnClarified Sugar, public that he has rebuilt _ as medicine prepsfed'amirding' to fhartnotuiScit
b&1'8 will
$10 00. India RMhre' of Jclhro Cotton. and send their bills to the Patent jiapers please copy, do Skies, Javu Coffee m mats his large Brick Stables. at the old stand and is now Seienff-such a preparation as a rwnlar praefitkmer' :.-' 4 .
For 10 cent the t'7 baggnjt sacks of three yards, contain- I Qffice, with a paper. Beet TungH, Stuart Caodie. accommodate his friends ( :and '-
selliog. per oa amount sold for'iievsrjr lag ten of teed containing this notice. prepared to and customers. would prepare oh many ', I&
will Almonds '
be rall- l .
delivered and ,
iostauoe. road) atOM dollar bushel tqs'n January 14, I86f. 2 New Syrup, Filberts .He also has attached to his Stables a good Blacksmith the abtettee. of hVCscs swtnej or all of its ngred&nb.fa '
pet 1 fur aU fit .-
Any references character, ic, given with plea cash orders. do (Jo ibbls, Capera. < SCOTT.- Shop, here be will have done all kinds of a grosser form. :} s '

lart, paired. Address liMing the FlEtt 1'EAS. Chancery Sale tf Loads. ... 'l !*- .- HODGKISS &62 Plantation. Work, Horse shoeing, and Carriage work 'Having once peticticed feificlne 1'1'PJoeaici i i.

W. A. LEWIS. AUy at Law, time alld 1argeat coUdon and devoted more j 1lee.3-1d>J. d 08 in the Y*>ry bast manner and -with promptness audi self I offer I tb elegant extract tnderstaidii : 't "

*" Oommiug, Forsvtli County, Georgia Southern attention Stat- perhaps than auy othcr hlatl iu the W. D. Moselev, Adm'r, Ac. TofSauilParkhilLdecU '. ': '.ON patck desire Physicians evefry where'to adopft 1Cthey -u C -t

J. es, 1814. 4 4t about, to their eu tlvalion( 1 'vil1 sell. in Leon Circuit Court la A EE.J "W .J 9 November 5, lS5S.44 tf feel any.honorable IC1plHWithout farther par

Lewind pwkagea, fifty varieties, many .( which are VB WHOLESALE :AND RETAJL DRUGGIST; tieulars and will address'me at CuIuBibQa,'1 w3l.

Notice. tioo and very Uw valuable via. for the taLl., general culli"a. Union Dank'ofFlorida aud [ Equity. NEWPORT. FLORIDA, aid other Pianos. give thtm my : .. ."*

A bay-iuclu UIg the famoul t- others. |IJ Veil wlwred Btork ofomcutAL.DRUOSANDCHEMICAL FERRY &. GORDON! Let aH persons wbotemt tlwy ate dhntetfnt'fheif .
LL panana iadabied to the mbscriber. by ooU which leaching ID some or the now'trteiTftw a large and :
l\ State at leo bushci Order of Court I.will offer for sale, on Monday I ; also, Kidneys, or Bladder;use thai remedy with 1Kra W .K'3
raaamast, to call and settle UMM and kuOWD BY
nrcqvaaUd AI Oregon, Cahfornia 297
Chie\ JaI 6th day of February next within legal White Lead etc. Broadway. ranc of..liet if the _. ear ble.. Iieran lMl 9
1sss.- .aaaiMe, Hariof mad a ebange harrajtpsfaeoU I Iil I "Pigeon rea- oC the West IndIes, It is the hours before the Court House in Tallahassee the fol I largt' rfrateiitM.dieiiiea of ,the most approved fldfaB PUBLISHERS of Mosic-nndf label on each bottle, for.a list. of ;disoama.luf.;' w.6, .rbf *'
raodars Bushor Bunch" Pea assortment .
.T koMeasarr thais only vet known It re- lowing hinds to-wit: ete.; a splendid Joob.'PcJetiea1. 1ote and H.fDDa Dealers wholesale and retail fn Pianos' the medicine ia prepared, .*r dSttetiumS. :. ....'4
jIhI..t".UW early as possible. duees itself the third year after once piant. The the of gee 83.-and E of N E ScI J Tot ll I would respeet&Dy ttid.j... i o f Ty'
of for the ceUbratad &
i Fekuri.hl.st say
Oilt -
u.w.. and same ; x-id Let_, Ede Melodious and Masse- Agents .I .ir.i. i
,4 K.BARJfARD.Ja.CTST1'11 stalk U luxuriant resembles loaleeap Paper -
very : .
somewhat .
the Section ; the W i-ofN WiandSWjof ec other Pianos made lIahlet.Daia, my repitath.u.. Pit.Lrtt" '
$4. lfote 8 FaL..t..1 ., lian.Grand, and by 1'tbe1ui.tIU".1F
'. : cotton plant If cut and cored before blnouiinr, it all I r tN. R 2 E A1Io ibe N.E" 01 N ..j0(. .,. Bo&e.. .-,'. -...P'C.u. .." .... .- ;& Co, Boston whose Pianos are considered superior. 'tor" flijiit.'t&:." ',.'

,anI.ID makes Lay equal to Timothy Grass. Tbepground .'when W 4 of Sec JL,.inT 1. IT, R t E (JO air sstbjboh -.iWi- fe ll others. Great bargains in New 'York Pianos =.:
-" >*
U4W4 into meal is ri!her' than Indian '.
corn. One leM mali.ltud M'w. .tLo'tCK P1RCi.
my pIMe 011 I : fri4 KJontaittUg acrw, more or ; atAdoMotaadriak c.> _, fooodnaefnl in and aveond hand Pianos and JWodeona. Husie sup can .
"1. till tela. quart of seed will plant an acre. Peas per package 07cr" ', Colambosoa Get.ttW .. .
I/q DIp I1W1. ettatvr porchaMV: 1\etenn.. asss. iistt new. novel and plied wbolssala or retail at the lowest rates. Berry ,
l' r._. s.w boy Ie. W) cents. baIkMII &be.oCher.itb Interest ibg trfr.D.TQ I cbt'im a .t 'Cft4'
aod 'Z ; OB a erwht of tii-.it lierraarfaer'eHytower Gordon,auuJissui to T.& Berry,297 Broadway.
srb.k Also d of the Okra" : -.._ J 1 ._ .
tWat uiek in packages .e tat twelve BMutba. BENJ. F. WHITlfER .w.of"hiob will he sold Ptanostolst dens f.wwe.- 1.

: '.: 'Jt..1 ,.it Coffee. Every man who tills an acre of ground should Master in Chancery.. ruiVOltik, otter 0I Drag FrtaHiihmant ia theM P. 8. H, D. A Go's JEolian Piuoe ban tte latest For. .JORDAN t DAY rD8O Arnrtm. -

raise his own Coffee. At the aam age and properly _.JafJ-.ry (1") 18M. 2 tbs-I Lay artidea improved voicing. ..). ..1. ,1 = l fM4.4Ue :.
'Id&o.r, s4 1usd ) the most veterste drinker same :
ptj To irepared, cannot nZSZfl. November B. 188*. 44 tyHardware. .
WM dtraot&n.f cfaatiapWl it, possening a rill. mats and aroma not, THE ANNUAL MEETING of 1Jae& ldaold. ,. 155$. 'DR.XWy./# .-

..mbowwnoaDtwaiiwnaid. buwa to the tHtt old 1 Sara. It I certainly more of tk Union Bank. Florida will be held at ; ., .. ;' .
N. M. wbolsaome. 2ft cents the Banking Hoase in Tallshi oa the first Moo- ; ,a* For .. : : "
per package.J.V.JONES. VERY LARGE and well aeleeted stock of the > t tf '
J.ak, JbdiIOD day. in February next. Untaai Beak Florida. 9nfM fcy A IL' ;;
J f 0. ": above nrtidea,just reewved. sad far sale low by z'4L ,
J' s, iz'. I. 'f tt t' BirJuviHe P. O, Burke Co, C;. C. G, ENGLISH. Cash.. 'Co.-- OES. October a, IMS. 41 HEIR 4 1WSt 4 at to.. aW .. .

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t I. JEW- DAVITS'HKlfcEW Ft ASTEK AZOR'S TURKISH BALM. I iur"-c.-J. hll.l. C.i .. New vii and Winter'Goo -l I IW I ATTENTION'LADms: !. tDrrnvE fx*:'' It.Il: !

rpHE gf.at remedr *. Rheumatism,Oout. miD i ia I i { Z would'ajjnln call the Attention of oar cnslorn- 1\ LSRSBETTON i W1IITAKERrail salr1emyph) I ASlHtoM UxiS .a
n.etring rom
; J. the Side Hip fl. ck. Limbs and Joints, Scrofula.ICing's WEaN.owl ,
; I 'n Sawyer,11.11/1\ I ers and frtonds to our well aeleotcd stock of 11 your attention to the flegant assortment of ,
EriU White Swelling*. Hard Tumor, Stiff I' 0&
,. and aU fixed will op3n at our Fimrftn-c room, In WINTER G<>o .f&-.f&11 JoiutA paius lul.te'u.'Lore tli hnno'iomc'nnd well selected. stock of New York i FALL AND GOODS, sole use. All ANDJDlJWWie, .
i ia
astrr eaunut exist.
applied pain "
I : City made Furniture and CJwiio \is: which we art now receiving from New York nnd Baltimore -
I It hat been beneficial
j in
inaad WeaktMwtiii tbe cases of weaVnew. nch ns 5 hog5mv Pecretalies and Do ik Cases, consisting in part of the following viz Edgings and .tnsertings.CJ SURE FOR CO5SU1 T10 .1A -.
& stomach, Weak Linilx, .
Marble and Plain
1 .i Lameness, Affection of tire Lunsp in their primary rM 4. Top.- Centre Sofa Sideboards GROCERIfcS. ,550 p'cs Georgia Plains WISS Edngs d !'. Maltese Edging nE nse of this -' t. -;-
and Table law
T .'tatgi. It lldestrwvu inflaniaUmi by poirpiratiou. 1* 41 Bureaus, *,; *0 Rises No. 1 Soap & P6'9 Washington Ker- Lis1e". Valencine. T tended ri""pu-allej **

Q ".IIlhtnn.11. 2 Boxes Washing Com> wy. Smyrna Real 14 of Man or Hon*. 'l"III. _
=. Brown Plains "
roaud.11111.'Ce1 Saxony Smyrna Flouacings.
) tuJa.It
Mahogany Extension Tables speedily cum
Rbetanafi *
Tbc following cotnmeiulati, ia (rom an Agent residing THE GREAT TURKISH nrt'lIkfiUt. 40 Boxes Tobacco, of a1121.l'Jaio and Plaid Blonde .4White Scrofula, Bnrw *aIds; Tettefs aiiivS j. .*

at Treiitoa. TentieKKt : REMEDY FOR BALDNESS .1 ,rrk": qu31itie. Linsey Weua, 8weIn R.. Sprain 3
L 'ti Trenton, Gibon Co., Tenncwe, Nov. 7, "s 8. And for Invigorating ud BeautiCriag the Hair r\.O wl(1C1 Centre, Work and FaltY'ra'L1e Imperial. Young Ilvson. A>Apron and FurmtnrcCliTj Goods. Ulcers. Scaldliead, Sore Thrwrt,8&rtfaZy; { Ucnry
I MRS!HS. Soorit, A MLAD-Ountltmen:-Tlic He- Bl'k Tens, '10 Dales Cot'n Osnaburgs Sor Mouths ri.5
'. Cambrics ; Mnslins Jaa
Wanlrohcs Swi Kenraljrw
e Nall..gany > '* KVi *
l rcw Plaster it in this section.There a Toilet Article f for beautifying keeping tlie Lemon Rashcrry Syrnp, 2 Stnj'd *> JACONET
-4 Incoming popular As I. Ear ache or oVafnew /
; hair soft glowy and in a )hcaltliy) condition it ianneounlled. floiWes.Js.C ; LmrtiiraA JnvaCoffee.it aQd *.lk"ii and Bleach n.lI.k"Striped by i/Oiitg ttifc 'PAr'_"
i it a lady in this vlro the would not Bio .
comity "tIll T.ilet Table. Wlmtnots BronJ-.e Hat-Rnrks; Qnnrtett ,Nainsook topping ft with wnsl ler ottnn "
: r.* he withont I hi* Plaster for fire hundred (dolliin "f'IIr.I I Its positive qualities are ftII follow*:- Pale Otard, Apple and? Sl'Mting, } tU breast with the ; "
.4 She affl ctcil f tim "ith.ft 1st It frees time head from dandruff strengthen the *, Basket Tables, Music Stands IIi h aud Low Am. Brandy, \4, 8, 6. 8 and 10-4 Brown 'ig'il Vord" Curtain hcimeatpoocfu1 :and'( "
;t enlargementf I and to circulation Post Bedrtcad*, Sofas, Tetc.n-tctl' Ac, :. Lineo Bialiop's Lawn. I internally, with a little .'
licalth sugar
41 the upleea, which gave her a great deal of pain.- : rwts, imparts rigor ana ).* nreliala: and Rectifie afl4h3le1elI'J Sheeting, e Panie .
Tbe EwcHiits and had extended thc prevents the kair rhanyifg c(f'r or petting "- Chairs: of great variety, WKslwr. 'I Bale R'n Oct'n Drill, way ireoughseUa, A8tbma.' _."
pain nearly t( 1'lttrl
'ttA ii arm-pit, and occasionally she cnttld scarcely up "breathe.Hlic : 2d It causes the hair to curl beautifully TV ben done Carved nail Plain Mahogany Rockers ,Jam and K. R Rum.'Unen Sheeting "d Pillow Mourning Goods. a Mire Brcthitis Consumpti ion, And h1 r

was cJhfiiicd fir a ounsideraMe time,ditriug 11ich.he up in it over nijjhL This balm i is made from the orig Cane Scat and Back Rockers Rime and Hull llllJ)J Gin, > Case Linen B L'K all wool de Lames, Black Sntin' or 6 nire timet"ronromption me a man table

1":iL was attended by tame of our best p'IJlidlUlI. hut 1 mat nvcipt procured (rom the original TttrkWi Hakin ""IIIIUtfaple, Roseoo.l.nii.l Oak Chah-s Rockers Maderia find Port Wine, Marlbnrn Camolin., and '. Bombiizines, Hair Crnix, with it. Pain day rf and b.p the br81t weD

1. they pave her no relict She procured a box of the Helirewjlarter (physician) "Constantinople! wliere it is universally Sewin* Chairs, Misses and Children's Sperm and Adamantine Franklin Stripes. Fi-'.J Silks French ment has time any k ltd cannot exist site, t1i .
noi The turks have been and LOW Chairs lied and AlattransR'tcc to produce it*eflretn.
and it fcer always celebrated for Candles >20 p'c Watered do KnghVh Tbii
:r relieved 1 almost immediately, has
) their wouderful skill in the richest Nur'ery and Refectory Chairs, Axr.. Tk-kwff I'lain do completely' t..n.np ores ell Linimne,
i. ,, .1 : find iww nhc keepJ a M'pjdy of it on band coiixlaiitly! compounding perfumes BERRY AROWLES.. Vinegar, Cheese and M'mng Slceres 4 Collars Pain killf'f'8 .of .
nnd l all other toilet. article IB Turkey the letter \niit, ! These) lnts at } to tlunk aromatic ) ; a prei.
you we liberty me as you (ion
; Ip ? "V' lr"IJtJr-ILt' are rubhtnntially true. ; lirrts ke* of which this balm i is composed are November 12. lR53. 45 Taf and Clarifir Ftnnnel. Handkerehieft, trial t1III'y of ik virtu"the Doctor in their prIld ct. 'A .

Jte"pectfull.rlUI1I &c.t nlmoHt univen>tilly kiM>wn nnd used fur the hl .- Wanted, fled Sugar BK-nch'd aud Br'n Cotton Emb'dlPdTvfs. LwTie Hem St'd Jr.nC rity and vahJe. will satisfy any pt'nIOD otits suaa_ ,

: JESSE J. WELLS. Hence a case of bnl Ii4t C-Uic For if
which the
t tirrly t/xJt/ioir/i in flml (ff.lIITY.0 wish bnt one 1000 ORY SALT ninES for 3 Kes, ::*00 Negri> Blanket, Tape Bordered lIfr.I'-Tt irnt tJy eu,Cor I.Scra

1I Beware of counterfeits and bnw imitation ti iol to be made of it ; that will do more to convince highest market! rrice will! 1 lIE' paid; }l b v ; 2 leI Cm-tt'f': ( ( Powder, a Calicoes, S.itinetts and Kysiiporirtr Chafes, Cots,Wounds.Splmb, ms'vki,Sti1e,8wIss

L Dealer and purchasers jrrtwrally ore cautionedrtpunbt you of its virtues than all the advertisements that cm --tu11'r 15. 183. 41 hlE1jITS': article, -J Jeans Collars Sleeves. Sprains Distemper Film] of time eye.. WI l'ltir juiDt

be ,! mid that all be able to test its 'irtucf 20 Tweed Cas- )mR'D Collars Embroidered Stiffness or pasus J _.
buying of any but our regular agent*; other jnibliMied may % Bale Rope, &c.HEIR I Candr Crackers, Mustard pcs Fancy E Sleeves, tier, Big head Fwt Evil
wire they will ho impogcd np with a worthlvm artile it is put up in Jjirgr tivtllc; nt the low price of Steamer I and Onions lIner!. Mourning Lace or the stn of Naval G .

ns many base vniuUsfeiu of tbU Plaster aft'in 00 cents per Ix4tle. H't1\1II1H.'r the gcntii/ie luis the RUSThavojuct received per Yen"t Powder, Matches Ladies Cotton Hose, of all Ilouitoii Setts of Sleeves t Collar Any thing. :

.j 4I xi.teuCic.t filature of Conit. ock part affected with this Iinimflnf'- .. .._ _
Oils Bale
70 Rope. -
to M superior Somirs.Gentlemen's Cotn i Hose Silks et cetera. "
; REMEMBER Hale Twine day, keeping "oo1toit
1 Buciring
hj' FOR THE MARRTED.-"zmr. rr. wirrrt xn3zrLVIPLY.li ALSO sssortof all qualities, lonlcm
.( .1 TIle genuine ia Bold only l by us, anti our mlvortised a command that should l lie cheerfully 6 )I.l!. \Vhi, ,kcy. mpnt of In general ni and : (.. ''Al", T.mh'no1 anal GLACE Silks. White Satins, burns, use a Hilt cover. For Salivation rul tW I

p4 Agents throughout the Sou'Iu) NolVdl.iri i* allowed obeyed bv the children of men. DILLARZETTE'S: 10 Superfine Flour ALSO nn assortment of Country Made H >se, Silks, nlllck" affected. For piJea and sore eyes, of course tfe

:t to sell it. Tli genuine will in future 11I1."e'I' taJ JUNO CORDIAL, or Prorrcathc Elixir. prescribed C Kegs Leal' LanLOetohor : Saddlery.! emiHstiiu of Ladies Shawls GWes t Florence Crape Liessee.BFk ment is applied without the cover,and ia .W l 1.:

: lure nt E.Ta>'ljr, on the tJ.el Ilatfn :\.,il labtl as an effectual restorative iu CJIEM of dcbihtv, imnolency '-"I. ]IM.I.: 43 I Bridle Sadalies. MartinBonneUi; Fig'd Turk-tons &'. C"l'Brk \ '. give freely Internally. *
(lit the of each box to counterfeit which will LeI Wafd White Silk Illusion, fur lie /A/r-.-Rub well 5 times'
J tip ; or barrenness and all irregularities of nature.It Staple Goods. gales, Stirrup and Bills fefn 151Tc. and Col'd Flax Ilrncate" affected cr a day:.
pioeccuted as forgery. ii nil that it professes to beiz : l'atllrc'( Krelltre.tI'I'RtiIU..J 'I TIlrcn.1, 1'k. part, witliout cover, except b spavin,
'" ROOVIL & MEAD TEFI.CKY Hogging. Southern Lowell OYb'gs, DInGOODS. White Wafd Blonde Nett. wotmtb. For Distemper rub tbe
fMnedy for tlio- in the married state IV HunllCIotII nuelnee SpclOl, Knitting nnd TN'ork- forehead ..

J.4 $ 111 Chartres street. New Orleans Sole General without (Itf ltill:. It is a certain cure for seminal ctnission CO pieces Georgia Ker!eys, lUg Cotton, into the nostril. :.. ,
'' W I Agents fir the Southeru States to wfotm all older lIalf'; R"r'. riiui:1.: Ribbons & Man-ifacturcd by I. Henderson for
general .1..Lilit "blc't."rakllr5.1 of tlie genital Trimmings.flONNET MIXOM
,. :; 4' )1: Mid Cotton A Manila Ropes, "-1 7 8 A 4.4 Fhirtinsrs, T getlifr with a variety of other articles, nil of which Price 50 cents. *
applications for luuxt 'Ie addressed. 1 lonf-orrliooa farinet
Agencies affections whites. nllr
': '.( organs in ryom Nojrro Blanket; 4-1 C 4 ..t1 1 12-4 (C.ttou mind we will sell on as reasonable turnw n< any other .t Snsh Rib'ns. Black: Silk Frine, DILL A )
1. A THING OF m FOREVER. an in vigi iratiug medicine it is i imeqnalleil. A l l.n I ) Taffeta MARSHALL Fort Gaines Ge v'ril
AUTY. IS A JOY ( a cer- )1tc,nJw d. Linen She.,ting*, Hi iMj in (the oitv. IJE1R & RL'ST.Octolxr ( t Satin Zt'pflJr"or. ( for tho States <
Ci \ lain remedy for incipient consumption. indigestion is Velvet. Can t Bell Worsted Bmfmr! I Georgia, ,Alabama and florida/..
; L- : : S'byill people cmluro pi in pics on the human Grey Saddle] Blanket, Cl ''etaw Stripes[ 15, l y:. 41 BA RNA R ILl.Tallahassee
l lots of inusmlar energy, phyncal his:ituile, fomaleweakness - Silk Braids, orted White ; JOHN JOnD..1N",Quisj
fore .l diviner eruptions of any kind, when it is a Gn-cn Whi'e, Corduxilk Pbiiw n tl Cold Bobbin, IJISDS d .
;. .1 ,.: ,' hvLfn well known that Dr. c!n.tt'l Yellow Dock debility, < It is-warranted to please the 31-1: I r uion" Lowell Hats & Caps.f1IWr. WI&ite Silk Fringes, Snake Cord t Tapes. G DICKINSON ainLri.J; ABEjL
; u'-er in any (if the above complaints, nnd is jf |I'ri ico- G1Uk'uiN paIndi oIa_
and cl the fkiii from all I **
Aanpnri'la ( m rii impurity, ]0-4 I I Iavy ted[ Linen Onalmirs,
; less vuhic'to those without arc jut receiving a large stock TESTIilONIALS.
S removing Pimples Srrt"i, and )Blotches kitting the orT.jiiug.C 9I Gloves & Mitts.
.: C R.-Fiwl the of Comstock .tlUotJur Whitney Wyoming( Shirtings, New York, which ln will :i'.11laaw. .
; afloeted parts as )healt&r, cmotiUi jwd ">ft ns the fl<'hofalmlte. \ name: Maillniro[ Strijifs .t Pidd4PitnanlI; ; Union Parish, Ln, OcL 20. 183&. t.
: HIm A RUST. Rf'd and colored Kid Gloves
It i ii really priceless to all that "l-h the OH the urajiptr fIIll urN Iny. it uulos you Wide ('hinihniv Stiix| >*, Slatcr Bro. Drill, rOd..1lt'r ]l.S. So'i:1. 41 .rf r. LADIES II 'I Silk M DUlL SlJt- am greatly opposed to gj'i llff.. _j
L it lun l leii lI.iC't'llt'CJtl"-
find the' nlwve o"r; as \\IIYIIIIY monials in cures said to b.
.: rwv beauty of ehildlinodft Comin'l Plai 1 performed by patent 111Mi
; I : LiiiM-y, to H
... tiled late. Avoid the countei ft-it as wouldGEORGE'S : icines but in
terf of you ; the case of Mr. Doseman
cau es all sores end p'.iillnoull"onnJs 1 t. discharge Super Apn.n Checks WATCHES CLOCKS AND JEWELRY. II J..llmfore UII who vtti

4 11'-.. all infoeted matter, and eradicates every irujniiiit 1'01100. \\"te Il<*k (ir"NI"; ,- .-,- ..- Buck Gauntletts your Nerve and Bone Liniment ran a long standing nVeerous
f. 2. ( the "l-t I sore leg, I am compelled in common
> ruin ,01. fJ.ila! \r. Chime TOWLE & 4' honesty
p For UK cure of ll",\rc .Ilc ca cs ari-ing MYERS BFk Silk Mitts, to make attestation to the
It merits of gnch
tWs its work but p'vinjf; Plain Lin- an invaluablemedwrine.
mildly, eflctusUy I I.: 1.t.
I : < :* II -
'y Worsted
: from an impure slate of the blood fUt'hls Scrofula, now receiving and) have m : I am the anxious
to do this
con vioua and ln-ftltL in the of ARE th
beatify blooiuinp place fiiwn; H.ii/.t1 Fnniitur u |
.. .: stubljoni ulcers .Jill di"ca,cs. pimphs. on the face, I j .-r ] their Fall l supply of October CO. 1803. 43 personwas.a patient of mv own, and,
Nitl snul \keuju Ji".ase. previoiMly I
"i'llUeii .
: Brown Gln; MW Strifv f Bnck j
; : "vo linm'M"ny,
1 female irrigularities und complaint, Ac. "h a arnn- : fiOODS, to which thi-y would re- using Your justly. named all"on his leg, L, b 4
Dmii Flanial
? al tome and invigoralortiftAe! $si/ttm it ill rlllt''i"al"r Grn Twr"I.,1" N, spectfullv call the attention of the public: Insolvent Estate Notice. used all remedies usually adopted in inch
IN fc
c.AJ.umTTE TIOX TO m: GUYSOTTSImproved W. Gobi M.lal" eases
I This medicine not 'rrJ fur all diseases I Gold Hunting Leicrbv Tol.ia short time after
i* : II* a cure a using your liniment b* was
T 1 Extract of Yell"w Dock and Sarxiparslla. 4 4 Ballard Vale W..I-h..Flnlllwl STATE OF perfect
4. : FLORIDA f fJefferson
I limit f4. tho, from Llooil. E. D. John and
merely ari.-ing1 impure "on, ly permanently cnmL His leg M 'now .
as .oe.Jas
feel confident tliat service to nil ,
we we arc doing a Ca ]h-t Und. Jfaus, Red .Orange flannel', County, to-\tit: fDANIEL !
l 4 ConiMlllI| of JL'CE IltiMil'RAs SAHsPABILI.A Colll- J'h. J..hiwon, ever it was. Yr. &e.D.B. WEST.
: .bo be afflicted with Scrofulous nnd other disorders lit Exc.: 1-iur TwidH *
may 1 t Gauze
: : I II : with other purely vegetable Fubstancv (If ncknowleilged Gont'emen'n Open Dial Gold Levers T. LINGO. Slieriffand f'x- cioadmini- TO THE
I 1Hcac,' nnd la Cni-h, Ladies Gold Levers of the estate ef John N. late
( mamifrclurcxl with tie Hunting ,bv Arnold.Davis&Co., Partridgp. of
tOe bl.l.tr have known m-tnwcs witlan the
tI Hlne M i 12-4 Union
: Htmilt Sheeting, 4' a a said d I'II"ed. lias this filed in Parish La, March 18, 181k'To
I of County the Pro-
tile & day
prf'ilrtt fnf, every pnund Sarsaparilla beingibjt.cted Cooper Co.,
of ; where the t formidabledifctemper
sphere our acquaintance mo : hslmdrd Louivinna the Editors of the NeW' Orleans Delta
r .I strictest Watches I lJ e office of aid written :
s to the chcrnicul tests and its }fenuinf of all descriptions, county a suggestion that be
have been cured the of GusottV.Extract
by we Gentlemen We
xrt.iiwd before l Merino }:n<;h-li Family Silver I.eiievethe ErtBtc of said Julia N. dcceas- y.h. through your Talnabk! fa*
ne s leing used and it contain.- Hunting Levers. Partridge,
1. ? z. of Yen.Dock mid Sar rwulla. alo I I I ; 9
<< Arkwright G'n Jeans naT, to to the
'. 4-4 Calla .d. express public voluntarily, our ,f
Silver to be insolvent MM
ten times much Pure Honduras Sar Hunting Awliors. and :
as ;
I aparilla as Ix-piiwf, common
It i is of the few advertised, mcdici'ies that any value
oac: an"1 I Bright D.) C. WILSON. the of on* of the grente discoveries tt tbe
other nyr orf'rtJfor M/f. Watches, said lluible ilantlc Clocks.JCU'CMIV. Thereupon notice U piven to all having ML
I' e wit be utijmntised with quackery, f'r the Y'tm 1 I :oi, 1853. 44 pwrons viz: DR. I.T. IIF"DEn.SOS'S"int W f
I We 11 haxc"eu.karurfd in Ilondurns claims against said! estate to and file the **
.. : GeorqvV Sar aparilla appear same
4 Dock, and the .Sarcapanlla" are well known trltJllt Liuimrnt Heal all, amid Puftno ic Oil. '
I Jc.i to give t. tlw Mvdi ine wlik-U be with the Judge of Probate for said on be-
) pabl a can county or
: -. most efficiou* (and at the ante tiiue mr>xlou') n- NEW FALL'AND WINTER GOODS. Fine Gold} Chatalain Chain*, Bmccleta fine Coral f. Althouirh: we are not advocates Uishwl .'JI
Lr tIme 14th of .
to lo tljem re day February next.Tll03.J.
j' in
J"p.n.leJll'j'lI the class of di
| ( : :ea: e.s
in the anllv l far the I!
rents v hole ilatoria[ ilediea, Pearl and Gold JJo om Pin. Dir R5ns<, Cutf Pia. tent quack medicines which now flood tbeconntry.in
t,> vhicli it n itdapted] nil that Me liine do nnd IE I; undcr ijned begs to to his CHASE.
t. beet ) < can ; aijotin! -
and piep.iration of thru is DrGayrott's j rfB Cuff Button, and Rm GHitli-men"- think it. but act of sheer
;purei-t fUqt''I' FingiT !? -* (; IdFob. an justice to the inventor sad
; confident th.t: we have done! so. we l leave it to theqnfid and tho! ptiblic tlmt IK; ha j-i-t r''('\, I Jud e "1 J'robate.
41 ; Yellow Dock nuJ i aiiHn.SCOYIL. Vest and Guard of to the
>a yj> CIiaiiH. SaN.. Buckle, axial use public, to cLeerfuII/ and voluntarily,
I. rmnifion S-UNKH of tit people to decide HCTWI.LNan : all the recent arrivals' and i it now ..jmiinpr one of time1I'.t Miv1I.l53. 10 Om
MEAD, Keys. Gold Tliimblvs. Gold) Pen and IVtiol Ca,- from our own personal knowledge of the above rn.d
; 4 1. 111 Cliftrtrotreit: New Orl.aiw, extract vftle ri'RK IIONDIRAS bAtisU'ARiLi.A and i rxtfii-ixe, varied: ) and cb"ie"->t. as-ortmont of Tooth Picks. Gold Pens. G.-ld and Silver SptctachDoublo .. Notice. cine [and l xi'hicli have been attested by numerous vrit.ible
the vorllma Ettrart irortlihltfs (;(sjDS to this nil of which
iT ever brought market
I ,I Wliol 1\tll GfiKral AtTnts for the Southern Stztc many a t'iminrnnow are'freri1 Eywl Silver Sp-ctarU-s, Silver and, 1'earl witnesses] to say tLa .used J internally it is s
to whom all order* mu.-t Le uddied. Alo nM l ty S"rlilIp'rilJ a sold. Then be not deceiveil. Resort i' on the most reasonable term Ami for ('u,'", Card Cas( !. Siktr and] Inlaid Porte Monaie Boquet SIX months after date, the: under.'j iDfd; administrri of the best medicines CT dLeaes of the lungs and

D. H. ."'0<'. Nnh A Co, lUntard Jr. Talla- to GEORG ES IIQXDCItASSARS.\PAHII.l.A{ I l he will not uiider.-old I bv any lion-c- in thi-s city. I Holders Fans, Pjipit-r Neachu Pehk. Port Folio! and of the E'tite of Alexander Heudry deceased from long cleervation know it is tile best remedy i-

: Lasspe. A. 11.ihiwa, New''rt, Samuel Pule ton, and YOU will be rewarded bv a quick and easy cure. -- NovemU-- --- -ft-, 1853.14: D. C.V I u. ox. Album FlaWcrxIset.. Tea Trav. tiran.l"t.! Parlor late of Gad'den County } .'!. will present hii final taut used externally fur man or beast in the ewe fl

L '. Muntiee4hn. John' J'. Jordan: A Co.. (Inincy, William TO THE LAI U-Yon XVKIteha! bra"f i/Il Dress Goods. and! Pa>*j]
i, :\ Rigir., Chattah
L W.'S. Bell t Co, Baiubrid-; Ga, E. Scii-a.,Tboma- we the saT, abandon tIle U>'e of mints nll'J mixtures, STAPLE] Jiisli-Ji \-<-yitt': MiaiiH, one Field C&iwps.is, Hoiao, Tea and A.IIEXDI one of its superiority; in the cute of CofMunplisr

., .''I q..$ ,ilh fJa. nnd It licantiiics u!o the genuine Grol" 11 Honduras SnrsnpariUa.! Florence and Mare llne! Silk", I lUidMU September 10 1WS.! S6 6m T.'M. HAND, Sheriff, C.". BA RTON Clerk,

; r. 9, 1853. 45 4meow complexion by removing ccry particle R ELLIS. Recorder, S. DAVIS. Asa.ssav-
Silk Ti--ii'. (assort I'd PF.ATHD YArr.Silver .
bid )
of mOl or dis"anc-d mnttir from the "blood.making ]. N... BRYAN. W.

i4ss.F: t ;'t At Chambers. it jntic, liralllni! nnd) .riyui OH*, nn,1 l changing and I W.r-. te.) Beiagos Table Dcs) crt, and Tea Sr'mns, Butter Notice. J. tV.IIUTHNANCE, H. P.HVTHNANCE CULVERhIOUSFL. .

: the yellow and dark coun tcaanco to tlw bloom and B<-rae R.b! ., Knive and Silver Cups Plated I Tea St, Ba.'kt,t*, SIX months after date I shall present my final ac

14ttjL.; ... Christina Strong, (1''t-I nle:s of youth.TLis Kvcnin: Dresses (sortel) Ci-t: r-, 1:rn- Fruit Stand. Waiters: Butter Ii i..IIO'! nn vouchers} to the Honorable Judge? of IL II. BRYAN.". D. PAY .St Engineer g

r*. I" for Divorce. medicine is put up in large ]bottle ,ono of 'ivliieb.IN Plain. Chicked md J I'l i-n-l: Poplin Dr'P-ett. and Caudle Sticks, Silver Plated Forks, Table, lcssvrt. lYoliate J..tft'r'nn Ounfy, n! executor of the last February, 1853. 7 t f!

2t Chmtopher B. Strotv ) viRTfK, i is fal to *if affixiittier t\r ""rI Check-d LaBchd. i;:"U,, w d Tea SpiKin. T.-ill and testament of George .W .Johnson, late. of Jefferson _lj i-:
TIt: ; .1A11 Ld ili tLs rUlf1 pronr tlning : C.ll'Tw'm,1, the name of Comstock A- Brother triJ""t Fine Dmibltf Barn-lied Guns. Slw.t Pouches and County- Jereasctl- anti n-K for a nismiwion -- ---,----- -. -pDR. '

1g I I.een mode befi>rc me thaUui; defendant roid'-u :I I on the wrapper, and you will get the gcuuing G Jeopjc's Strip il "U
,. out of the Suteof Florida: It i is (ordered that hear- ; Honduras S.-uvaparilfa. C.i-Iitimvra." nnd Merinoes 1 Rod-, fine Tabe! Cutlery, with or \ithoiit Forks Car- bv his attorney in fact. Wst BCDO.Jeffenion Now the most successful scientific praetitivMr of

;; &p + tug be had on the facts charged in enid bill on the 4th All ('irdnmwt bo directed to COMSTOCK) .t Ojiem) Flannel, Ti-rs fine jp.ket Cutlery of all descriptions tined County, Fla., October 15l8.3. 41 6m. western country for the cure of an/1 rod *

'?.. '?m.i. : ; Monday iu March next, nt the Coin House in Talla- BROTHERS, No. 2 St. IVteiV 1'1aO"f'J'l'r e.f.tl.r Ch.-eked 'l.1I.ll'lui,1 Clo.-rlvillg, -orn and SJtivirs. Walking C.nn-s Accordian. __ character Clironie diseases to wit: Cancer 8 rP

?t i.Ikt., .J_ .. t. Iiasfce; provided that a copy of thin order be published H"u<(.) New York. Price &1 per bottle, or -5x bottles J.a lil'! ri| ths, (aa! rted) Flutes, \ ia1aViolen I Bows Yiolen and Guitar AGENCY OF THEETNA INSURANCE CO. ula, Fungus; Serriuns Ulceration Polypus, and Cataaneous .

A iu some uewepaper| of this State f.r the pacc of three 1 f.r *5. Italian: Cloth. Strings Razors Razor Strops Lnbin's ExtractsCo- of the above eruptions of any portion of the body tncvd

1 months, at least before tin
Jiearing. .. WA YI.JS BAKER, Judge. Ii NARD, jinson .\ Epj-to, :'Montieello[ Ji Scixus, !(11/t-lill".I\.-ure.l, Soaps October 30, 18l:. 43 J loss Fire applications Brick and Frame and Constitutional Derangement; also an 0*

: Attest:-Ilccn A&caut CJtil', Thomas\ille I). J. Dickcuson, BaiubriJge aud by one ThiU-t Cl!,tli, Merchandize by on Ac. Buildings list, Aurist as well as a practitioner on It'crddiMMtl.

i Ft )'. 24, l8. : Sm51 By Juns R.LtoTD.J). C. man in everv town. Cambrien. (aborted) PREMIUM COTTON GINS. furniture. of men. and those peculiar to woman f Also t&aalty
_ _ _ Faucv Prints.TwilhdlVrinn January 29. 11:053. 4 B. C. LEWIS. successful of and all BUM
October 15. 1S5S. 41 curer Consumption
ii cowly TAVfjOR di CO.. Proprietors of I oe Co-
Notice. ET. Diseases. Can be oDs 1ted
Print": Pulmonary by httec tra
minis Cotton Gin Manufactoryhave' lime eat-
: -
; 1'' : claims the Gingham'. (assorted D. C. WILSON. Gadsden Circuit Court. person at Fort Gaioes, Geo.
_ i ALL persons having against estate of Bounty Land Warrants ) laction toannounce to their patron and the Planters
_ e';; ,. I. Thompson decca*xl t. late of Leon l.i"r Novtmlirr. 5. )lhA3. 44 t generally, throughout the Cotton growing region George N. Heir & James S. Rust, 1 BILL TESTIMONIAlS.Lorisviw.r "
Couoty, .ill present them to llc undersigned A minhtntof !J BOUGHT at the f jviec, mind l procured Ai --- (bat they aie prepared supply numberof vs. >For foreclosure of Ky. August 7.' 1844.
.' 1 ri e iv ho have not been able to entab-Pj Hats and Caps. William A. J. Dr. Henderson, I must to all
.J.t say contrary
,, rritliin the tiiue prcacribcd by law or they wil'Le (heir celebrated PH t: flv.r Gr.. Wright ) Mortgage.IT expect
>!. barred; aud all indebted to said estate are rwjuefcl ii huh their claims. If any 11:1're..ein'tl a ICP H .LI FASHIONABLE imp. M.ieSkm Hats.Superior Where t these Gins have been once used, it would appearing to the Court by affidavit made in this ion. you have completely cured my later of the Caaeer
I amount than they were entitled to, let me know it. of her breast and Sirs. C
L. led to make irnmetliatclv.JACOB a 'a .otth. Polypat
paymeut fourteen lie deemed unnecessary for the Maniilacfurer.' say !', that the above named defendant resides out
: ELIOT Administrator. Having had years cxj eri(ICe in the nniswution Black C.--irnrre Citizen's U a word ir. I heir favor as they feel confident he machines of the State or Florida but in tbe United Sates, of the nose the other directions in the various trts*'

Dee. 24.185*. 8w 1)1. and settling Jovernment claims, I understand .. Beaver clarendoni have been brought to such perfection, that It Oidrrnl.. That the] said defendant do ment of Chronic Diseases, has proved better tfcaavagp
fully the ways and means getting through the \arioui ia appear thing I have ever met with in 25 invesu
soft .4 their superior performance' will recommend ,them, anti answer the Bill of Complaint filed in this cause, my years |
:* Notice. Departments nt Washington.] I have in mv Otter bnish in preference to all other Gin now in u**. For thesatiilaclion within four months frum the date of the publication tion and practice.

: r I HEREBY give notice tliat, at the expiration nossesH'on record idenec of 2:;.) Florida b7 Alabama '. ->iriu-rc soft nl t hone who hve not edhe( Gin, Ibis order, otherwise the said bill will be taken for Yours, Respectfully. T.A. HOBBS JL EtFABMX&VILLX

1 of six weeks from this date, I diall apply to the 120 Georgia. besides South Carolina nnd Ten- 'a '\,1" .4 and are unacqo tinted \\iththeif I reputationthe t Proprietors confessed : Pro'\"idf'd TLut a of this ordei be published LA. November 18, 185L
: Commissioner of neea Muster[ K lls of jxtr-wrtw engaged in the FloridaWar. Drab that the Fmrr Dr. Henderson the medicine prepared tor-f
Pcft4esI for the re-issue of Bounty cqr crown need only say Premium in some published in Tallahassee
fl'W. Land Warrant No. 24,785, for 40 ncres, innied to me If you hau-; any Quarter Master, Pension or Pearl ; .a 4' havehcenawardctltothem l for the BESTGIN exhibited once week for newspaper the of four months. mother iu Ipw, Mrs.Htndricks fbi Cancer .han

._ ', tinder the act September 28th. 1850 for wmccsintbe Bounty Laud Ciaims, call in. No charge, if I obtain Cnimer 4 at l he mreatSlaie Fair held at A':lanta,Georgia J.space WAYLES BAKER, Judge.AT has succeeded, and I feel hesitancy in rayiaf-UM

-J..:. Florida War, under Capt. Pudgct and which eaidwarrant no nn>ney, C. 1 1. B LOO D. Drnh. MoleskinBo : also, at' the Alabama and Georgia Agricultntaland CHAMBERS October 11, 1853. 45 4m world as 1 have said to yon, that in manv years npa* '
N. B.
Persons with
unsettled] biiMne.-H connected rience in thead: acquainted with ta*
was stolen from me in October, 1 53.: i \H .4 l\t'challic'I".air at Columbu.s ; and at 1I1l-
with time late establishment are also invited to call.November ; Scientific Practitioners .are. the best CS
: MOSES DANIEL.Abrubamlown Kngli-ili Drab l)acr annual Fair of the South Carolina Institute, at you very
; ,4; ; Dec 21 1, 1853. 52 6w 5, )1853. 44 Cm Soft Wool Charleston. The Cotton ginned i on these Gins rceived Middle Circuit of Florida.IN Cbronic Diseases I ever met with or read after.

D .. I b _ _ _ _ Caifimere, black mid ilral .- (lime first Premiums at the exhibition held in LEON CIRCUIT COURT. Yours, Respectfully.! R B. WEST,..

i Administrator's Sale. Hamilton County Sheriff's Sale. Children's beavers nod l fcathem, CharlestonSouth Carolinaana .i every where Joseph B. Batchelor, To Spg.Term 1852. Attaches NEW OKLXANS Lx, August 'Z h84.

:fe's BY virtue of a writ of fieri facias, issued from the Heavy "ool Imts for NegriM-.s, sampleof Cotton from them have been exhibited. 1 L ment in Debt. Amount Dear Sir: Your medicines and directions ia tat
( )N Monday, the Cth day of February next will be Office of the Circuit Court of the huts; and Boys cloth The Proprietors have in their possession numerous eases of Ulcers Ac, 4cJ haT.all severally been soo-
cups James H. Branch A $1024
Countyof to 00.
I sworn
i >m* -, told] before the Court House door in TnllahafH'e, Hamilton, whereiu John 1L Baker is and) plaid .. certificates' from Planters, Cotton Brokers. Coinmi Branch J j cessfully tried bv me,and I'find them'entirely satis
_ > ** v at public outcry, Die following real estate of Violet Isaac Shivers is defendant. I have )levied and Men nnd Boys glazed *!ion Merchants and Manufacturers of Cotton Joseph factory. and believe your system Letter. tLaoas, |

1 : tI4m; ; Jlarri, deceased, to-wit: will for sale on the first Monday in upon Leather Goods, t let ifyi ing that the performance of (the Gins, rpHE Defendant ami nil others will take notice firthe with which I have ever come across. i

Lots NOA. 15, 16, 47, 49, M 53,54,56. nnd part of ,expose between legal hours, before the Court Februarynext House Nov. 5. 1S53. 44 D. C. WILSON. and the ""1'1,1 produced by themcannot be excelled -L institution of the above suit by attachment, Yours, Respectfully. T. C.McF AnLJlf.)i.n. _

I Lot No. 48, iu the N. W. addition of the City of Tallaiassec. door in the town Jasper the following described by any Gins ever manufactured. and are hereby notified to appear and plead to the Any amount of tesJmonials can be seep bj eaUitf

KrV 4 ?- } Also Lots No 68, 81.] 96, 103 and lOG, in the to-wit Administrator'a Sale. All orders for Gins, given either to our travelling declaration, according to the rules of the court. on the undersigned, be natters himself ia possess**
fri : S. i of of the County 4 addition of the of Tallahassee. property : HUGH ARCHER, Jr, Clerk from ten dNa
city The S W 4 nnd time W i of the S E Sec nr local Agent?, or forwarded toihe I Proprietor! bv of A decided knowledge arising yean
15 T
: It. A. SHINE, Adm'r. R 11 I, N nnd E, containing- J ] 2, ON Tuesday, the 7th day of Felmiary] n..xt"ill be mail, will always receive prompt attention. Gins November 26, .'. 47 3m practice observation and experience m the West afl*
Jazua.y'li85L 1 fit acres more or t'.8. at time plantation of Wm. c.cNL'wtl.nll the of New Orleans. His .. -bn$
Thompson will
be sent to of the Hospitals '
_ _ _ Jycviod upon ns the property of unid defendant, and the any part country, war-
perishable ever'oaes the and wfc
property belonging said estate and seldom knife n
to be sold] to "ud'rit to ranted 'In give satisfaction.JOS. Tax Collector's Sale. a little pain
Administrator's Sale. batisfy of fieri facias according confuting .. male, hor.(s lings, cum fodder, L BUTTON, Agent, Tallahassee. compelled only to a liouted exteat,, dl aso4kaat
Ir to law. ..
JAMES N. authontv in
HENDRY, Sheriff. articles of me vested by law, I Lave --' *" .'"
: WILL be sold on Monday the 6th day of February, December :31, 1853. 52 St* and other time will be hired a the perishable nature. At the ColumbusGi March 20, )&)2. II ly By levied upon and will expose for sale before the instead of irritating
fame negroes of "irl tntt'. REFERENCES.
L order of tho lli*. Judge of Probate, f Court House in the town of Gadsden County
One half interest in lot No.13,Northeast addition Hardware. "LUCY THOMPSON, Adm'x. CROCKER Y, GLASS and STONE WARE] on the third Monday in April next the following described GOT. Josxra W ALU" }:-.. Isjuo. JometiHox. .

cif city TallrJiawc.. belonging to thoehtatcof T. W. J nrlllnry. '. 1854Administrator's 1 by HEIR i RUST. or so much thereof as will pay the .S. W.Dowss, P.Sons, U. S.Staatonftwna*.

mi Harna. JOHN J. ROWLES. Administrator. MILL SAWS, Screws, Brads and Tacks, Sale. October 15, 1853 41 State and property County Taxes due thereon for the.year Professors STOSK HJOUUSOT T Htsrxa' f K. .O ;,

January 7,1654. 4t I cb" Well Wheels, 1853 and! the incident thereto to .laTaicHT, .., aad BuD XB QJL| aUT. .0.:1 .J

Hand saws, assorted Fancy Bellows, :N Monday, the Gth day of February next will l he GWynne's Centrifugal Pump.9'lIREE wit necessary expenses .February 19.t 8a.. ,'If< :.- 'tf.5.1Notice
: : '
sold before tIle Court House ,
door In ,
Administrator. Sale.ON Saw Knives Tallah.v, -
Smith's Bellows, land 011 Pat "
of lying
Two hundred and ten :
Carpenter's Planes, ata. Knives and }Forks at public outcry, the North 4 of Lot No. 95 in time : FOURTHS of the FIRST COST and I acres Jimcrson.IIUGHO.JIcLEATT.. : :' ."..
Tuesday tLe 7th of next will bed Creek to Robert -
day February
Spirit Levels, Boxwood Rules, u.jrJaII'IAn of the city of Tallahassee, belonging to J- large film annually for repairs saved 1 to all who belonging Months after date I shall pre.eMmy- Irislar
4St at the plantation of Wm.1'bom1'80n,deceased the estate of John (O. purchase the above which for SIX
Wrenches Padrick. deceanod.O ; Economy, Durability an4voucl; tQ lbs .h1cmeraUiJiada/
Otter and Muskrat Gadsaen
for County.
- perulmble proprtyor Wm. L.Thompson, IICC'd.maine Traps Tax Collector
: HALEY T. and Power stands unrivalled
BLOCKER Admiuistrator. in timeS'rld I The Probate for Jefferson executrix of-
Hatchets Shears and Scissors 6m
At the time will DO l red for Ole two October 15, 1853. 41
1* fki mea belonging to said estate. JACOB year ELIOT. Framing .t: Tenant Saws, Com.i Rosewood Gauge .Jan., 1854. 1m 1 of PLANTERS is especially called to its efficacy iam O.Clark late of said County;deceased,,and ;ask
gro for Drainage. It'ia a perfect safeguard for ,'dism 88lou from administration of tbe sal
January 1, l84. tf 1 Bench and Hand Vices, Pateoi Axle Pullies, Metallic Burial Collector's Sale. my ,
\ .!; Plate nil Rim Locks, Files nnd Rnoiw, Cases. ill effects on Cotton and other plantation*, of the Tax Estate. ,DIlLY CLARK, ExeeuthLJeTeson

: Notice. Padlocks, Augurs and gimlets, destructive rains of the Southern! climate. Mud,grav- virtue of tbe power vested in me by law 1'811\1\ County. November 26. J863. 8m _

j; l ri Chisel and Gouges, Steel Squares, and other substances do not injure it. It M adap BY e for sale before time Court.House at Owner I '

HAVING obtained letters administration on the Braces and Bitt, Spring Balances and Steel- ted for Steamers, Manufactories, Mines, Fire Engines, in the County of Gadsden, on the third Monday in I Boots & Shoej,
4; ;. James W. Stiaugc this is to notify all and Water works for large Cities and all situations requiring ;' sizafor III.W
,. Callipers Compasses, yards, April next,the following described property, or so OF yery description an
3 persoM holding claims against said estate to present Screw Plates; Hammers and ClAw powerful pun'. Sizes of 25 gallons to 1 On.OOO much thereof as will pay the State and County Taxes by HEIR ct RUST.'

k_ them legally authenticated, within the time prescribed Stocks and Dies, Hatchet, TIIR'undel1'igned-p8 constantly hand van- gallons per minute capacity kept on hand by UNION duo thereon for the year 1853, and.tbe necessary expenses ;tober 15. 1853. _'41 '

by far, or this notice Trill be plead in bar of their Cbaiua of all kinds, Masons' Trowels, pus Metallic Burial Cases POWER COMPANY of'U. S, 24 Broadway, New incident thereto to wit: .

: final recovery. Eo S. SHEPPARD, Adm'r.January Cutlery, Shoe Knives and Pincers, mentioned in the accompanying certificate. York. Five )hundred and sixty-one acres of land. King on Wanted..

i A '. 1854.. 1 8ir Nails and Iron all sizes, ADila-dc. :e. J. A. EDMONDSON.WASHINGTON December 10, 1838. 49 8m Rock Creek, purporting to belong to L S. Catlin. Ann DRY' HIDES, for winch the higbesl IUuU

I I Administrator's Sale. Butts and Hinges, $ HUGH O. MeLEAN, tJ ket price will b.jIIIby. /*
Together with a large supply Groceries. Crockery 'April 5th. Notice.ALL Tax Collector: for Camden County. October t. 1853. 4* S.'s.KNIGHTNotice. -

.: \ Monday tbe 6tb day of Febrnrry next, I will and Glass Ware, and \\ oodcn Ware, Oils Paints, MEMM. FIRK'xxn HATMOKD, October 15, 1853. 41 6m -. .

ci; \J offer for sale at public outcry to the highest biddor Drugs &c. Also Hosiery, and a full assortment of GENTLEMEN:-We witncMcd the utility of your ornamental persona having claims against the Estate of -

I- ; before the Court House door in Tallaliassee, the fancy articles. D. C WILSON "Patent Metallic Burial Ciue." used Tbon>i>w>n. deceased,late of Leon County Island Co('
convey win make Cash Aavocc8 Sea
:. I, fu&win 'real estate of Allen Faireloth'deceatod to- Novembers, 1853. 44 the remains of the late Hon.Johu C. calhoun to arc requested to present them to the undersigned Pensacola & Geo. R. R. Company. 17E V V too consigned to Miser JanieaGadaoV on *.
wit: The Southeast i of the Southeast 4 of section the Congressional Cemetery which lulmiistratrix within the time prescribed by law or
impressed us with TAiumAssxE. hat December 1853.f"PHE of Charleston those of oar Mends vkr w'* try
i 94 tba Northwest i of tbe NorUiwect i of the belief that they will be barred ; and all indebted to said Estate "
; Northwest Boots and Shoes.ptMEN'S the it is the best article known to us for that market J..GCCV.,ANDERSON CO
*of action M and the Northeast i of tbe Northast the dead will please milke'paymcnt immedlat'll'LUCY.TllOyrsOi Directors have divided the stock of this com-
t: I ; Calf Sowed Boots transporting to their final restin -placc. October U IS**. 41 m- rs-w1',
superior asa't ,
( ) X
Adm'x. into shares'of hundred dollars each
4 of aaetfea 28 all ja Township 2, coutb'of Range :; With respect we subscribe ourselves Yours, tc_ pany one -- : .. -Thur-T
2. E&A.ontoiBWg 1M acres more or less. Said UndkitoUaoldky Kippegged ILClay, D.' It. Atchison, Jeff. Davis December, 1853. 40 8w and called for an i instalment of one dollar on- each Notice

i arJer of tbe Probata Court of Leon Boys Lewis COM, A. C. OreeoeW share, to be paid on or before the first day of January _
debt Men'a aad Boy calf stitclied] Bropmt IRcJ i Notice. next. 'convenience >to stockholders: is bygiy tbqpubMriber; Adm
Coonty, for tha paymaot of U ." D. 8. Dickinson, Dan. Webster .Ueprv Dbjge" For greater
% JONATHAN.ROBERSON,Administrator. M calf Wf Boot kip pegged J.'M. Mason J. M. Bcrrieo,_ MT,'..Mangum. A /' baring claim against the estate of J. payment will be rcceiTed., in 1. or the at6'dt".J.'tr.

__' 4' JaDVIWI1.18". It 'l M. Goat a,. October 1, 18,3. 89, ',lf 4L.1.: : O'Neil, deceased lato of Leon County are requested .Marianua, ty I CountydiesssedwilI.;.tnoetM
'a ,
1 .- M to prevent them to (be undersigned within the Qulney, ArtburJ.'Foreman. Esq apply 1t"1Hop: JtIdp of;P .

f Executors' Notice. and, od Morooeo Slippens Notice I tlmH pmenbrd,by.law, pr.they will ,be boned; and Monticello', William Denbara, Eaq.', C: for K: acbarnfroisi' "f
Boys sewed calf BrogaiK., Madison, "les'usaellE.q,: nd said- ;"fIf -q kW
moaOM those indebted will please make immediate .
i r..dat.e. to-wtt: on Friday the LADIES payment _
SIX 21stP Black Patent Gaiter forbid' I "
U of ALL persons are purchasing or receiving MARY ANN, ON El L, Adm'i. Jasper, Jef1..a Dda\IP'JtNr odI'
shall t
Jtfy tbe
aext present to I
o Lusting CI 49,062. .
i tip Warrant No. for 80 acres, issued December Tallahassee, Hwuy.L. Rntgers, Esq,. -- -," .
'Probate,.for the County of Gadsden my account and Kid Morocco and calf n under tho act of September 28,! I860, to Edward F. 10, 1853._ 49. -. .. 8w, -etch -whom will be prepared to'.Issue:theprop i.

h yours.%*#** ftf e&la a oC Reuben a Hick, : "KId tiel But1rfot but not signed tie eertifcat.t0Rtockbodc. Tie "1fY
p and &Uppen Dean; by tJommissioner of Pensions. er / pftymept'oTthisinstalment : ar.'Nw"'r :
dwwased wrply to tbt Ja4ga of saMJCourt .. ( pats Seed Oats .W.g
t d-Arf7of which ifrtorcu5 for 41fioal lr.'li. : III Said Warrant haying Ma lost,t caveat against its ; 'r' > ; trill entitle! any person to"Ix-coma% a stock. FANoy.J.1M 7.L-

tab notice 'BtTRWn, npartiaa' will- I Gt.ie.n" T Icrcstto6l1.ucI; r the ezpin&Nf' o'i&. 1'00'Du.bet. N b.-rtbern O.t.. holder, without prerions subscription: "- '* GloTe Vtlt./Xuda1J.W. aP 'WJf. '

/ ", Executor of H. D. ::1l WILKES ''- '8Jippm and foote.., and a geosral. weeks from this-daU, aa apriicaUoo will bs .,MeM Pork landing per <- Cne." and ',By order of the Board. WM..BAILT, QrHit1. ofMber.Vto.

Hicks, dccca-cJ.. Borfment of Craldrcu and Servant'. hoe*. aduplidite." tJW'AR F. DEAN. for smile by MeNAUGHti.ORMOIfP. ,l'\'hide. I tlftlt -"' .Dt1&m_ -
1861. 6m.
jaaryT; j :OY. 5, I6 3.at D. C. WILSON. gemljcr3I1lSiiv. 52 Ct Newport January 1, 166't 1 December 10, 1853. .u if October 15, 1853. 41