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: February 11, 1854
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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x=: ;; : but the common cessible that an enterprising people like those been in market for from five population might indicate. All -
committee merely to the results of that poll ment, and that Government periods varying sparse exposed
,LANDS\ FOR RAILROADS agent< of the States, held and limited in its of America di not choose to bury themselves to thirty years; on an average I suppose, of as is her condton. ab stands there u a bar
cy. itsinstitutions. thereon-he that more of those lands about rier and in time of
Considering these results as connected action to the general purposes years danger,
SPEECH OF or all of lying along the railroads which have been established There is in Florida much which other portions of the Union
with the which wise statesmen, in the And htfnce it can do nothing by any a larger portionof can availthemselves
Ion. A- E. MAXWELL, OF FLORIDA, management purposes of these lands must have had inview its members-unless specially authorized- under the. operation of these acts sold the (public lands remaining unsol than in 1 insure their own' saietj. 8
those general were disposed of in one year than were any other State" And holds that position whose
reference pur- why they remained
1.jVERED IS Till HOfSi: : OE KCl'KE- I must refer to the report of the Secretary which has not h\e ntoua Ip
gTITIES: JANUARY 24, 1854.Hsuse of the I Interior, affirmed in nIl its conclusions poses as marked and defined by that Consti- altogether in tie fiscal year preceding.He there idle,uncultivatd'J,ieldin" noth is not by that efanj
and tabular statements of tution. then tales another cae-and I hope ing to the Treasury, and giving no benefit to the Union. She has a line o secoqgto
by report with the committee will bear with me for a moment the State or to the third the whole
connected of
being in Committee of the the Commissioner of the General Land Office.I This conclusion, sir, as country generally I Chiefly one- Ha-coohh Union
The' in hand, leads to the inquiry in calling attention to what is already (for the want of those facilities which would this side of the
Jh the tato of the Union those to exhibit the subject Pacifc pat
to reports
have to
c only to whether Congress, in the performance of the before them-.here a grant of lands was give remunerating value to them. I is true tion of this fronts upon a region pr _
Mr. MAXWELL said : to you results not that men-ly there gratifying has been a general duties devolved upon it has the powerto made upon the same principle for a canal in there have been other causes operating in which exposes her to whatever perils woe r.

Mr. CHAIRMAN: As I happen lobe one of our pride, but showing with the of engage in a general system of internal improvements. Michigan, andshows that a similar result followed Florida-partly from the neglect of this Government ture may bear to these States; And it te tbs

hose who entertain a great respect for the wisdom connected has justified management and \indicated That question I do not proposeto there-sn increased demll for the -which have retarded sales and the duty of Government 1 to guard And protect

Chief Executive of this Union, and also for these lands which the Government. The discuss. It would lead me beyond the public lands, &0 a fo\v of their progress of that State. I refer particularly to it, and so to strengthen it wit the

the eminent gentleman from Illinois, [Senator the policy adopted of by yielded to the Government range of my subject. It is sufficient, perhaps proceeds into the Treasury. He goes further, the great neglect of the Government in permitting mate province of its fa ) .to Jt-

DorLLj: ] to whom alluHoa! has BO frequentlybeen large amount these money lands! over and abovetheexpenditures for the present, to say, that those with and cites us to the case of Missouri, and the Seminole Indians to remain no the people of that State ability t perform cY
made by the gentleman who has just ad. from in! connection with them, whom I act politically hold that no such power shows that (there the same effect has been long in that State-a neglect which has hindered duty-which it will ever be pride to

'dressed you, [Mr. OLIVER Missouri,] it maybe that which was necessaryfor given. And, proceeding on the assumption produced ; and in that instance, as in another immigration, crippled the energies of form-that they owe not only t tn pe
expected that I have risen with the purposeof over and above and : to meet i incidental that they are right, it follows that if to which I will.refer presently, is particular our people, and prevented that increase ofpopulation but to the country of which'they ( ,part.

replying to -remarks.. Hut, sir, permit their purchase, their necessary management-that Congress has power to grant lands in aid of to sbo\t the difference between the sales be- which her natural resources would __ Standing there sir, .a frots '
me to Bay that I think I can best uinuifestthat expenses in the question in the railroads, it must be found where we place it. fore and after the gr nts. invite. This has been one of the causes operating feels the importance of -
'respect by passing over those remarks, so full vast amount, considering interest furnishes the It must be found in the character of the Government The attention of the committee is invitedto against the growth and advancementof Union in connection with any future din t&

'of wrath and fury in perfect silence. Yet the light of a pecuniary in favor, of the policy < as proprietor, sole manager, and some of his statistics. While at St Louis, that State ; but among the principal causes ties which may arise in that quarter; a c.

disjointed mode of presenting questions which strongest testimory and has been so ]long in I sole disposer of the public domain. That in 1850, there were sold 4,958 acres; in 1851, why these lands have been so long in mar- ery State in this Confederacy must see ad
prevails here, is to me a very unsatisfactory ;: which was adopted,millions net profit to theGovernment such is its character, as affected by that do. 18,000 acres; and in 1852, 1,000 acres ; in ket, and have not been sold, there stands out feel that facilities for. the passage of
one. It would he much L'tter-both for II.I I operation. Sixty unsold sufficient main, is proved by that clause of the Conslitutiou 1853, after the operatian of this grant to Missouri the fact that in their present position, considering and for the transportation of all the munitionsand
and and yet read. i had: commenced, there 41- their and their fromtransporting materials of war withiri her limits
proper understanding of the questions inea ] of S3 7- which 1 have!just were sol quality remoteness a of
pures presented for our consideration and for I to yield, with this sum, an aggregate which can But it must not be forgotten-and here I 000 acres; and I might refer to land facilities, they are in the nature the utmost necessity. If there is any part of
the dispatch of business-if we could have j 51824G, will present a legislation reiterate the idea-that in the exercise of that, offices in that State where there is the same of things unsaleable. Unless they can be this hemisphere to whicbe may direct our
'that consecutive debate which comes fresh and not be regarded as condemning past proprietorship it must render its action subordinate proportionn in the sales ; in some instances a made saleable by improvements of the char attention, as being the probable seat of difficulties :

ripe fo" the issue. But as we cannot hope on this subject. contract our views in to the general purposes for which the j little less, and in some a little larger. The acter of which 1 speak, they will ever remain to this Government, we must point to
'for that, I must conform to the practice, and But we are not to confiningthem Government was i instituted, as defined and I same general result wi be shown. In Mississippi so. The assertion may he made, and I do that part beyond Florida. There is in the islands
:avail myself of the latitude given in the sekction reference to this policy result by simply Look at the limited by the Constitution which created the figures gives point still to the not believe that the test of time will contradict and in the continent lat of her bathe

of subjects on which the committee maybe I 1' to the pecuniary the and and fashioned it. And this is true, sir, whether same result; but it is needless to repeat them, it, that these lands can never bo soil,unless beginning of life, sociaL T.
addressed, to offer some remarks: on a topic effect of that policy on growth greatness we speak of lands obtained by cession or to continue this detail. there are railroads established through Unite Stte. have not yet sufficiently felt

of rlia-ch interest to the State I have the : of our country. to strengthenour from the States, or by acquisition from for- Now, sir these are facts-facts which can tho State that will give them a value which the moral and plitca. qestion.swhich

honor to represent, as well as to the coun- I If its originators designed the wonderful resources eign countries-the position as to the formerbeing not be disputed, and which speak their own they do not inherently possess. lie there to b they have

iry: at large. institutions embosomed, to develop in soil, to give facility confirmed and strengthened bj the fact story. States. in the South, in the West, and All the rich and fertile lands of the State not yet felt that complexity with th int

others prefertlie discussion ofgeneral< questions of our and to throw that the deeds of cession gave direction to in the Northwest, operated upon by different having been sold, and being now held by private involve in their relations to cnte.
of less immediate practical importance, to the increase such population to advancethe these lands which indicate purposes precisely causes, having different interests, controlled individuals or companies, we cannot expect some future day is t entangle
in as
leave them to engage in it. Not because I out those lands way interests of a new those had in view in the formation of the by different laws, raising different products, to realize any large advantage from that them more than any other foreign interests
do not share with them a deep concern in those social and political these ends.- Federal Government. and connected with different markets,yet find class by securing the grants we ask of this with which we Are t b connected.Sir .-

questions nor because I do not feel a strong Republic, they wilderness accomplished to which I have Foregoing further remarks as to the differ- the binds within their borders suddenly in Congt'ss.Ve must take our chances with the growth this Union ours points h

prompting to express my opinions in regard : Look into the people of this ent sources from which the power is derived, great demand, and bringing higher prices in the hope that by a new that,.direction { and whether it grow o Dt
to them, but because I prefer to economizethe all ead)' referrcdas invitingthe to its settlementand : let me note the fact that the power itself is than iu years past. The Federal Government life through our exertions imparted to them, ,if the moral influence which is sent out (rm
all countries
time allotted me on this floor so as to country and of It to those admitted by all parties. I am aware that I receives more from them,and the whole! country they may assume a value to benefit the Government the heart of this nation : if tat influence

devote it chiefly to questions directly affecting improvement. which presents excite the patriotic us there are gentlemen, even on this floor, I believe feels l the good influence of the cbanne.A .- as wel as ourselves. The good which has already gone into te coanc :
the condition of my constituents, and tending : gratifying pictures wealth Ftanding as i individual exceptions, who result so uniform must be attributed to the lands in are scattered in such a way of the world is to have it uear
:to promote their welfare. To fulfill their wishes pride of every American. Industry of civilization ., entertain doubts on the question. If J can same cause-an effect so remarkable must that it is impossible to concentrate populationas home ; if it is to form and fashion, And con-

next to constitutional obligations, will be power, and all the at'endants a admiration.And high b-? so fortunate as to gain their attention, I be traced to a source which forms a new and we would desire to do. There cannot be trol political And aocia ideas in tht part'Of
my first duty. I shall therefore ask the indulgence are there presented have heard to our eloquently shall undertake to satisfy them that even the important element in the history of the sub the close embodying of the masses which is the world, then .tbol portions of country :
1 gentlemen
of the committee while I present someof sir, when the the I strictest obstructionist and the most rigid ject to which it relates. necessary to give that strength to the State exposed to immediate connection therewith
the more important considerations which, descanting upon progress America, of the public lands must be constrained Mr. Chairman, I do not know that it is necessary as the frontier State of the Union, which its attain an importance and magnitude not exceeded -
> ,
of guardian
in my judgment, should govern Congress in power, and the glory our with their glowing :, to acknowledge the power, if it can to continue these remarks for the purpose important to have her possess. But yet we by the importance ahd magnitude of

its action upon the public lands-more especially I could not but connect the wisdom and patriotism be shown that su'-h grants have the effect to of substantiating the position I have ta- can contribute something towards it by doing any oth in its action upon bills asking grants of eulogies a tribute to she has I advance the legitimate ends for which the ken. Unless these facts can be controverted, what this Congress is asked to do-by grant- Looking to this phase subject ss
Laud to aid in the construction of railroads.To of those by whose legislation and j i' lands held. They will admit that Congress the policy has been fully vindicated, notwithstanding ing to the State lands which will take nothing statesmen, and as men who have a pride ia

undertake the discussion! of all the land been brought to a position and a I dignity could not so i are has the power to dispose of the tho short tme which has elapsed from the Federal. Treasury, which ,!i do no strengthening those institutions of which we

,questions \vhieb. have. been brought intu this enviable and commanding; which I public lands. That is proved h.th. (' clause since the system, !, to any extent, been injury to any of her confederates in : Union, so justly boat as men who look t the In. h.
House, would require more time than I can I forget that among the questions and in which on of the Constitution to which I have referred. I; adopted. The lacts which have been presen- and which will not take one farthing from the : ture as involving the destiny not only r-our
claim. Indeed, ike wide field into which hat I their action was required, were will admit that Congress is bound, indisposing sentcd for our consideration attest its soundness pocket of any man, or from the treasury of I selves, but of our successors, And of vast
weal to country They
Discussion would 1 lead end the importance of involved much or woe ; And these facts what? They any State. numbers of the human race with whom we
do it that the prove
of them to
lands. as
the so ,
many of those questions with more or less intimately associated-looking
the task: before Government our common country prove
Etdemf, would render it impossible that, in Tfut they were equal to great utterly worthless for any purposes of public a \ie\v not to our own benefit merely-because to this we cannot regard the position of Florida -
and the benefit
an hour's time, more than a hasty word! couM! them, that they ,performed and it in away to of contribute the- I realize from the them.largest No profit one will deny greatest either of j i uti lit, tbcr have 1 Income saleable; and not if we did not believe that they would at a very light and trivial thing t this Un-

be bestowed on each, if the effort were made :, to the growth jirocjicrily! I invulnerable! i onlv'salealile, but in great demand. Thati the same time benefit the country and the ion. These earnestly invite t attention And
eul'iicned the !land thee They are : ;
to consider: them'all. The homestead Ivll! ,and Union, and that tht'ha"f' propo-itinns. they have 'idll'ditl; the increased price Federal Government, I could not, on the priDe action of the Congea of the Unit State
the I hold
the bill for the< graduation of the price of the''I I,1\ to the remotest confines, with the spiritnecessary and, taking them as that ground-work such of' which has been imposed upon them, a greater ciples upon which I base my advocacy and I am seen, (torn action
if it canbe a disposition
intituthiis is \
public lands, already reported! to this House: i to maintain our a- m.dield ofthie I i 1 amount of revenue into the public Treasury such measures, propose them, anxiously as of the last Congrl"ss that there is beginningto
I illcr > proceedsof
which them
the bill of eht distinguished gentleman from i bundanlly shown by the results to I causes an (: than they before, or were likely my people desire it-but with a view to,the grow an apprecatloloCbe importance of
the lands does not cause a wtn'ie'hlng
New York,[Mr. DI-:XXJT,] proposing: a distri. have briefly pointed. timeproved to yield. I submit wllllher this i is not sufficient general L'neft Believing that such will be that thereby 'devolved -
i h the
of those it at
bution of cht lands; among the State, an J the Hut whether we look upon the! pictures j lof' proceeds that I ; to give sanction to these grants. Upon I the -believing that the same results upon the Government I hop find
various bills asking grants of lands for diff r- American greatness, to: well and $0 frequently ( beyond the most rigid question I this proof, though but loosely presented, W{ wile developed in connection with the Flor in this Congress a spirit which
also the
and that
cnt purposes, nil! ten with points of gen'ralIctertlit drawn, even during the brief period of our i the power exists, proved I base applications for the continuance and I which have been in ''Mis to the spirit of the last, in connection with
deiet'.hg mature deliberation ; and section, ot to the men who furnished the materials I policy is a safe, s-iund, judicious! and wise" our of this policy.I souri, in Illinois, in de\'elopd, in other improvement for Florida! -not as being fo
will be the of
although I may not be jtermitted J to engage in for them, it is difficult to restrain the lonp. That proof it purpose enlargement have heard here and there, in this House, States mentioned bthe Commissioner of the her alone but I even of more urgency for
the dibCu-E'.oi: ; of them, I shull.'at least, have gushing emotion with which they fill the bo I such further remarks as I may have .the honor made to these grants because of r General Land Office, I confidently ask that the entire Union. I refer more particularly
the privilege of expressing opinions som. 1 shall not weaken the effect of those to submit, to adduce.A objections favors this looking not merely to Floridaas to the improvements At the And
my upon tIle fact that they seem to be to particular Congress, Tog
the of which I
by undertaking to add a single feature few years ago, policy and also the
them by aiy votes. pictures I States. Some gentlemen seem to have a single State, separated from the others, Key West l Penscol nY-
I have n.lrt'J.d1d direct to them. I only point to the fact, that am speaking was entirely an open question. hruiiiT ,_ and distinct, interests. yard.
: : I design now to ; .L : -- _--:-- .1.n. U.linn Il.II (''nnfrN;! nn mnltps.___; _senarnte', n -
where there was but recently an overshadow.lug Sagacious statesmen, reasoning upon general 'iDe 1IIIHl'IUI UUH ant; : d I not have time in the brief !
the attention ofthe committee to only one of this sort, it is giving a favor to oneState but looking to the common of the conn- sbal space a.
foresaw that such a grant goo
branch of these questions-that which relates wilderness, under the management and principles, thought they a which is the taking away of somethingthat try, and I legislating for all our constiuents. loted me to develop the importance
of the Government of the United disposition of the public }lands, as that contemplated these views in connection with the future .
to disposing of the public !lands to States for to other States. The remarks 1 shall pass favorably on the bills CA-
railroad purposes.' And let me say here, that States, there is now a large, flourishing. in the bills of which I am speaking, have belongs submitted to tho committee, if they h:1n introduced. whic reer America. And the events destined to

I rosy not bo deemed discourteous to the growing, great people. The empire which would bring about happy results to the coun- else, have proved at least that There have been grants made to different become great events' which a embosomedin
mittee on Public; Lands, who have this com-j spreads itself out in the West, Northwest, try. They thought that those parts of the prove nothing the effect. When you strengthen States of this Union ; and were the trouble and about the Gulf of Mexico, and whichare
in that I in the South and Southwest, is, to my mind country where the lands were locked up, and rapidly the attention, not
ject charge am not moved to speak onepction of the Confederacy.. yon at the taken to make the comparison, it would be pressing upon
tb\B time \ and I think it ought to be to the mind of C\-I from which the industry and enterprise of : of but of the I
at >v any desire to forestall their\ time the whole Confederacy.. found that they exceed, in proportion to territory only statesmen, pople can.
action or by any want of confidence in their ery one who will give the proper considera.\\ our citizens were excluded, should be broughtinto same In strengthen as give facilities to the the grants proposed in my bills. Florida not devote further : And .
nction. I take the first occasion that ofTerF, tion, a satisfactory vindication of more immediate connection with the mar proportion their you resources and encourage notwithstanding her apparent feebleness, will therefore simply point to the factwhichmust
hat I may not, in the uncertain chances of which this Government has adopted in reference : kets" of the world, and with the general inter States the to industry develop of their citizens-these thingsbela" is, in extent of territory, larger than any of strike the mind of every one, that,t

petting the floor at tome future time, miss to the public lands. That there have ests of agriculture and commerce. They done, of course, with a strict regardfor the new States, except,Missouri, (of course interest are vastly higher than any me local
the opportunity of urging the justice and pro.I been errors to be corrected, and evils to be I thought they might rely upon the truism, that tHe duties of this body under the Consti- excluding Texas and California, because the interests, and should b rgare from. A

pricty of certain measures 'in which the peo- remedied, will not be denied ; but, looking to ,'in proportion as you' bring lands into proximity of the United States-in that same pro lands in those States have not been broughtinto point no less elevated te chef capital
|pie of Florida feel a deep and absorbing interest. grand results, these must fide< away, and become ', to market, you increase their value, and tution advance the common inter- connection with any of these questionsI ) : of our happy country. .
subordinate! to the merits of the main likewise increase the demand for them ; and prtion1 jou say that Florida is the largest land State Though there are many points I hT.

I do not wonder, Mr. Chairman: that the 1|proposition. that such a disposition as they proposed becomes now, sir-for I will confess in the Union, excepting Missouri. Now, I barely touched, I am warned thai myra-
public: lands have given occasion to much 1 I In considering, Mr. Chairman, the policyof would not only benefittlie particular location, I me these remarks has find that in Illinois, where such wonderful results marks must be hstene to A eoncaO I

strife and controversy. A property so immense donating alternate sections of the public hut would also benefit the Government and my mail purposl'in the with reference to have been developed by grants heretofore : may have the opportunity t mor .

and of a character to excite, intense land for railroad (purposes, a question first arises the whole country. been< to which"justify! have policy for the State I have made by Congress, there are some three in regard to the importance,And connectionsof
ly, the cupidity of that !are. class who devote as to the power of Congress to make Now, sir, I have only to refer to the results grants to explain what application millions of acres of land less than there are the different roads when the bills come
themselves to wordly gain, would naturally! such donations. There are tome who denyor -tester! 4>ut for a very short time, it is the honor to represent-make of this policy to in Florida ; and I find that besides grant to before the Hous on thetr passagel Tn.
become surrounded with difficulties, and give doubt this power; but between the principal i. true-to results which have already startled I propose to that State for improvements similar to those briefly and imperfectly, I have t.

rise to troubles of no ordinary import. As a parties of the country in this Hall and or corfounded those who oppose this policy, that State. railroad for which I ask grantsare made to tho State of Florida, there have been grounds upon which FloridA asks that grants,
pecuniary interest, eagerly watched and covetcd elsewhere, I believe there is no material difference justify'it upon the grounds where we placeit. The lines of point upon the Atlantic granted some two million five hundred thousand .' of alternate sections of land may be grantedher
S by States as well as by individuals, it of opinion as to its existence-those If I refer again to the report of the Commissioner these: O.ie from some point upon one of the acres for railroads. The grant for which to enable her to build certain rila

could not but gather around it elements of discord who construe the Constitution so as to give of the General Land Office, I find coast, or some Atlantic, extending across I ask extends along a line altogether of about Is the request An unreasonable >

and contention. But more than this, and Congress a wide discretion in authorizing facts which, in the amplest manner, justifythis tributaries to the such point south of the bu- five hundred and fifty miles, and would require she ask that which, under the ,

above.__aud beyond all mercenary,considera- and in aiding internal improvements, of course policy.. The. Secretary. of the. Interior. the-_dU peninsula?..d_ .to... hp' fisiffnated under theWanner about two millions of acres, accordingto under the injunctious i of A wise.policy, is improper -
t.inn.v>>.-.t.-------I- I ueyona.1 me reach ef- those- ..admitting it; And thpse who hold CongressLo and the Commissioner, no longer dealing in 'H ci '-- --- g the estimate with which I have been furnished and therefore t b prohibited Does

passions which contract the conduct of men t a more rigid construction of the Constitution mere Ejaculation, both refer to these facts, authority of the State.from a point on the Geor- I by the Commissioner of the General she ask that which, by benefiting her, w
into selnthneM, and of States into narrow and t conceding it as derived from the right showing the operation of such grants as we Another extends practicable in MiddleFlorida Land Office. Florida, then, a state larger cause injury to her sister StAie-rf ,Does .ae
*looked nwortliy to the aims-Uere rose an interest which C of the Government in its. proprietary character. ask, and proving the positions R some in gia line as far east Middle as and West Florida to than Illinois, larger than Arkansas, and very ask that which will work injusMce the Fe.

(the whole character and to the welfare of t I take my position with the l latter, and reference to them. They show through direct connection between nearly as large as the State of Missouri, andhaving era! Government, t her coflta. or t ,
;cd into country. A free people,5 launch. will offer a tingle> reason to sustain it. It was but a theory and a hope of yesterday, is Pensacola, *5th a such points as will make a much larger quantity of worIes. como country t whol. het Gi&
.cultivate independent and political bei'i g, anxious to would be unnecessary to elaborate a questionwhich now demonstrated truth ; that what was but this and the former at the State, constitutinga lands than ether, asks grants of I bound by ties which we oroeld' hope shall
strengthen the spirit to discussed. dreamed of is an entire line through be severed. rtMnarMs have had bnt
which has been so much and so well now a thing realze. same acres which has been givento :never My
also they were indebted for that being,and anxious heretofore. By a clause of the third section The manner of reasoning subject great central railroad.for which I have askeda each of those States. And if time permitted poor success if they ha.. not Authorized And

to promote the growth and power of their of the fourth article of the Constitution, Congress adopted by these functionaries ought to satisfy There is another: line in Alabama,'to special reference to grants to other land cnsrin A negatite Answer to a! .

country, had a higher duty to perform than: j is empowered to dispose of the public every mind ; and I am sure that the fatherof want-fro-n 1ontoml"ry I can to States, it would be seen that she seeks no on- questions. Then shall she receive gnat,
merely seeking to ill the public purse. A lands. It is thus: the inductive philosophy, Lord Bacon Penscola i i., Florda personal!stat knowledge !- due proportion. She asks none. She is willing for which she aat -

waste wilderness was inviting settlement, and "The CongreM ,ball haTO power to dispnae of nd himself, if lie were here to test the conclusions tbs committee, my lands own along the lines to accept the same measure which has The North ad East should favor shout,.
he arts of civilitatlen. Vast regions were tmike all needful rules and regulations pMtiojt: the to which the strong array of facts they : that the public wbich can been to others. because of their marine And eommejciai interests. .
spread out before oar statesmen to be divided ted territory States or and other property longing to the Uni present have led them, he could not escape indicated, ate of that character unless met geographical position of Florida ills .
auto future ; nothing in this Corilltitution Bhaii be valuable to the govcrment
weal the.
com mon The value of the be Northwest
of their never
o construed a. to prt'judioe the conviction correctness. of the hardly worth my while to dwell upon at this
landa, as mere property,. was but little compared States or of any particular State.any elaiou" ur the United The Commissioner takes different sections they are made 80 by the improvements bills I Lave submit- time It is known ,that she lies right acrossthe having 'received lordfTrt! b.Dt

. with their value as the destined seats of That, I say, empowers Congress dispose of country where grant have been made in kind contemplated in Those lands,although not track of the great trade through t Gulf refuse without,&tonjnst and unkind distinction -

great political corarounitie A wisdom which of J the territory!!? (meaning the public lands, aid of railroads- inquires whether there ted to the Honl. chiefly for their of a trade which is destine grow against A younger sister. _
required all the knowledge of social philosophy undoubtedly,) as of the other propriety 6f the has been any change in the demand for the entirely barren-are yalabe turpentine; and those and increase to An rtnce. Te MidoVsUtes should favor M

and of political economy, was necessary. United States. It is true that there is in this public lands, and any increase of sales since timber, and for tef growing out of In this connection, Florida o A posi caul wMle benefiting 0'with ty.
Ae meet the responsibilities imposed by the I clause no restriction or limitation upon the the grants were made, and he finds the remarkable who undetatand busiDel see that where they tionofyast. national cap under -: are in mt. d i no lose. i
That trait which the rested upon the Government power. It is general and absolute ; but not result, that although his inquiry re- these.can, very and interest to A particular loafty the dominion of old Spain this w for jury t telY'a. .
..and conflict between grasping Avarice (or this reason to be exercised to any end or! bites to points far removed from each other, tine value'and interest cannot b seen, and A transit Across the pninsulaaa, o fY-.tbeo*,'because oft

aocial that and wisdom political which sought to combine ends. that Congress w., in its arbitrary. .discretion I divided- .and apat and 1 ,' tberefor to be.af-. .1_..Li tat fa.. there. is A facility for gettingITmVket. spoken_- of s An object of-the.. hibel momen.t r the _immense_ .*o .'Golf_ ) -
Crests of the advancement with the in. may preler. it can make no'disposition reeled by ainurent causes, ye Such. ---heavy- and unmAnageAble Since our Acquisition 01 tat pelniul the co, in which she has a Il ". .aUot.
tile interest of the National Treasury, and with of them except such as will serve the .every instance the fc comes oat that the] 3.cts transported by acme other subject has been, from time to tme.brought And:which must pass along! the. .
should States j in their united ca. common interest -satisfy the common claims,' demand And sales greatly increased, pda moat b of land caiage- to the notice of the country in way to show ida : .. .,
but ptcity, have been an arduous one,'was nnd fulfill the common pniposes.of all the and have thereby verified the predictions ordinary means of transportAtion, that t immeasurable benefits of such A transit T's.should' favor them, beeaaae of
a natural result If time permitted/it would The which were forth in reference to the Other products more easy for some the 'and
be States united in one Confederacy. very put ef will remunerate the citin ar dtgrappreiat. My State kDdrecf. & kn
lion interesting to follow the history of leg Wa. nature and objects of the Government holding fects of this policy. He takes one case, tat and which not sulnect to the designs transt in doingso .i h .
in respect,to the public lands of the Illinois where liii I labor and capital, are will feel that a e .
of she
with a view these lands, which Government was brought A very A view to these, all the she performing A national : 11.'U .\ ..
Ascertain to trace the course. of rival interests, and to into being by the Constitution, from which grant of lands was made, and shows that Mme necessity.medium Wit in Florida, along: the work desired by A!! parts of th Coir.j tho4 SUtes snd AU netioM .lso.aira- -

But the springs of our present policy. alone Congress-derives any power, imposethe lands which were lying wut and uncultivated rich and mentioned, have been' AlreAdytaken Lying on the southern, frontier vor tem .. bteththeir .opy
moments as time does not permit, I shall. for a few restrictions And limitations I have indica notwithstanding great fertility And lines I have The yet and sed of have not of the little consequence which he.prantj ti .Te6f* tkymaaj, {

!, seek. to direct the atlcution 3* of the ted. Congress is but a member of Govern. inherent VIe, because they were so little AC -r land : '* ,, .

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by opening sources of industry, and THE STATE.ADVE-RTIS Speech Of'Mr. Maxwell. The Nebraska Question.It consideration in tbe orgnnizatioa of the new Territory, toe.with strong blows, and ban 'demolished IItd

thus the of her The first of the Floridian is I is palpably evident that a fierce storm w approaching on strict constitutional, democratic ground recogniin.j *- tered them. Whatever maybe the fete of lilt
stimulating enterprise citizens page to-day occupied t .
From reniark which made by
a our new. i the right of the people of the embryo State tufI6t.im l llruth question, it cannot be denied that it
I, they at the some time open a field for the in. ly installed cotcmporarjr of the Tallabassee I with the speech of Mr. Maxwell, delivered m the on Ibis question which wilt doubtless agi- and regulate their internal institutions ariordin this week in a very rich nnd racy manner,was If j m

I dustry and enterprise of their own citizens, Sentinel, ns to his not expecting eiilur ..de. : House on the 24th January, in support of the bills ate the political foundations of the Union to tb ir ;* l. their own judgment] and in effect denies: the the bejrinninjr. where will be the ending ft.j i. .

and to their introduced him proposing lowest but will not doubt that the wisdom r.ijlit Congress under the constitution interfere with that' the eonfderated atolitionnta -
thereby help promote wealh and ral or Stale patronage, and other indications, I by grants of land for rail- depths we_ got the 1CIrt'
the This ia i ill accordance with the "
vt prosperity. we infer that in general the advertising of I lie road purposes in Florida. The reader will be well repaid and patriotism of Coogrl"S'iH be mnd equalto question._yf the compromise measures of 1850. which principles after of n"t Mr.prepared Douglas for by and working could nM Sunday cc>n ci, jtioo whJcf fc, xfbe '

ItI This Congress, the "prsnttiv of all State, under its prejient official control, is to .. in its perusal Mr. JL ]has certainly made avery the occa!lon. TIle measure proposed 'by Senator I ft striij. le which rnl.tted] the p-.trioti-in of ti! .- has overtaken them in this work lj Jn W,. .

%;J, Interest the guardian of general welfare, be confined to the Democratic papers. Iftherr strong argument, not only iu tho behalf of his Douglas] is but a mere act justice, and if adopted] country in tlii-ir, support, aol combined the antipodesofliiMinlnn The coiwKh-ratioii of the Nebraska bill In the StMfha /

II: u r them, because the good of the exist any thing like a determination ol this : own bill, but in behalf of the policy generally of will bring peace and healing in its track. Su-taineJ iii <>pp ii.n. was adopted by Congress Wen postponed till t -mnm\w. '

t National Trensuary demands i; because its character at the Stale capitol, we think we are making such grants by Congress. His, ;arumeots, as it is by all the power of the administration, 4(1 after aol ustrii'sle\ iiijird by memorable the potent i in our voice annals if the and Anirriennpeople "fp'vr- one The single democratic exception delegation, will stand of by Pennsylvania Jnduo ,

b ;,1. obligation t dispose of the public lands to not mistaken in saying that it is the first time and the facts adduced by him, will strengthen the there is every reason for believing it will finally pre- in the election! of (('n. Pierce to tIe: prcifencv hill and! so will the democrat: delegation] Dos 01

.t' the .best advantage demands I; because its the State advertising has been given to thepapf'rs chance) of passage of many of the other bills asking vail. But whatever mny be its fate,recent evcuts'hat upon tli platform of the Democratic National} In the latter State, time Wilmot Proviso "

'f doty to favoritism and invidious distinctions of one party alone. We regret it, as similar favors with those of his own, of which it i- had one good result in showing up the [bald] anti Convention nt ll.tltimorp. It will apply the test nisi f*>t-loM.! and there will, consequently, beprencliinj "beta It..

; between States and sections demand well on account of the bad policy of the rule, said there are no ]Ic!s thnn one hundred and seven ou unblnshing hypocrisy of some of the noisy advocatesof -how e'nitutmonmt1 who ctinds principle l hv the and CUlllpra.nlile who. juggle RillIIlttle.1 with it as a trioti State required ortbedo'xy.Delaware. to convert tic'peopIe ( IWjI

: it; because its duty to protect and strengthen looking at the connection of the* press with the the tables of the House and Senate. the Compromise of 1850 at the North whose audacity luatNr of party linc*!e awl I I'.I,I",." .to New true Jersey and" Ulinoiu. tf ill. ,, .

Ii.. an exposed frontier by nll legitimate means general interes's of the State as from the fact __JOur __ _- ban led them actually to assail Southern presses % The XII ll11i (N. 1L) Cuzftte takes tb, same patri.title ty. and to will a very con.i!!'rable portion oft\tw."

{' demands it; because its hope of the future lhafwc will, with others, feel to some tlegree neighbor improves wonderfully in his style. lie tit nut true to the South because they would] not view, nnd other New Hampshire deintcratie pa elation from Ohio, notw.thtandnr:: the aMitumnnir ]

1i 41 Jooking to .the time when the career of these the effects of the exception. At the close ( f seems to be catching tumiethiuirof; spirit, elLis! prcstn fitnVtliat lately "inf'fl I by some of the member* fed

t33..k States, and the proper 'development of the tho term of the last FedralAdrninistratjnn. who nlnimt] discover traces 'f faction in New York. who a amalur State.
e e pen we can fancy favor ( a were disappointed The
free- oil:
: realtors an1 1 members bare
js-: ; adjacent islands, and the grent continent to we of course abandoned all pretensions to orexpcctntioni of iu the last S. n!,.r1. Be that it may, we fi-cl in not receiving all the spoils instead of five- Annexation of West Florida. from' here to all parts cf, tbe country stirring feotltU*)

t : the south Ibal have brought them into closer, of any, even the smallest, portion bound to compliment him on r.n improvement quite evi. sixths. Ainonij these]loud-mouthed compromise oninTH. Time. Atl.l.amprcss: are di-cu-winjf this quetior, free'anil embers arch endeavoring to blow them cp Dto fl*

r more and more important relations of the Federal printing patronage ; our neighbors fffcct who the matter is of a tlame.! JiiJ;c fun I:15.1 understand comes in
dent. We hope the honey not h.nc an unhappy < now slow the cloven foot, the New York Ex- jut th/nigh as e:isy accomplish ?nt fo
, ;! in a degree perhaps weoe entitled to it, and wn felt ready to n tr.wicl! s1ara' of the. abuse thrown on U>. Nerwk.
invoking wbol. upon him, but we must say tluC he gives boxful' press stands] most conspicuous. After avowing it* a: any other trilling circumstance. The Selma: ,Sen-
, the mutual because its hope surrender it to them unlTrudginrrlJ.-Jacksoll' bill ; but. as Sam Weller: said, exlaustvl! w21
destiny; rile promse of becoming a in.m: -aye, }. future full interest & to the Republican.
so consequence We feel! constrained liuvctcr, as )ha wnior, to point restriction, that sheet, in a late i issue, indulges in the (he country i ia of little value, etc. The Montgomery
11atate of.Florida full of the high problem -
so out some proclivities which !he maiifi-st, and which following language: Journal rejoins to the objections of its coleuij-oraiy: LATER FROM EUROPE.
,1 connected with human human UNDER the above-head read
t rights, we some pertinent
progress into; bad habits unlcsi! ] The and adds! ARRIVAL OF THE ABASIABLTnroti. .
corrected. real
may generate speedily practical question i i., by whom is Nebraska :
trii and human perfection which our free remarks in the last number of our worthy
We allude in the fir-t piice! to the employment first t. be settled I Beyond all question t first l t.\ The section alluded to consists of the most valuable : *

444, institutions are engaged in solving, nnd so cote'mporarthe I Florida Republican. The of certain words to .1t'IIItl' certain aprcssive action. the slavelii'i.hiiig people of )Ii ,(.uri. who in puht ot timlred landa in the country, and timber of the Feb. 3.
,'h full of fate to America-because that hope greatcrporlion of which we cheerfully and will fact now stand rl'adflY thousands to
( H For instance, be talks about ing" the tl"riil- emigrate there, i.Wcription mort in (demand amid which readily finds a The steamship Arabia bnll arrived at Bontnn .j
; '.1 demands it. May I not then abide in the ingly endorse, as lh"*y seem to us most appropriate "nl't'ellllul.l that incln idual quc he ] as coon as Conifri repeals! the n-m intercourse Indian nun kct both domestic and foreign. The long leafed laff dates from Europe. The sales i.f cottoa in Tjv.erpo (.

a': trust that grants so just, so reasonable, and and reasonable. They were urgently ;ois so fuol-lmrtly act, which now f-I 1i.Is emigration to. and stttleineunt heart pine whih grows so luxuriantly: and of pucfi! ,I on the day! of her ee partnre, l&th jilt, re.cUj
1i J BO meritorious, will not be delayed or denied I called crbythe merits of the matter to which as to poke" that appendage in the Si,iv.e1s way. have in ]Linda occupied by Indians with whom we immense size in that regionis m demand] and prefctre i t'' 6.01)0 bac! Cott) was steady.
L We object to Frl\1z.-"-it* not genteel ; SlY tieiak, : treaties as we have (: .m,! thirty treaties hjcf.'rcarmY other variety by all commcrci. nations: Tlie detail* fit the battle] between the Torn
refer differ in
I they although uj
'. by body wo our opinionsas number, we believe.) with the Indian and
now ocejpyiug large quantiti art now xl''rtl'.1 to I.'tane.,EII Rii-sians
will IK- in. f- nt Citali show brilliant
and no demurrer put But "squeezerBah a victory (baw
"Ttf1 to with the talented editor of theRepublican Nebraska. But for tIle4o I
; politics of
acts Cotigre! long ago, hUll tn.1! t<> ntuf t of the nations on the continentAs f'rm r. The coiflict lasted five davs. The
him in ) I the Fliriiimn wm give yon a widebrrthi if that's : the slave emigration of Mioiiri would ]have RUII
still coincide with coininuiiioations
we fully overrun *n n /tit are opened with the ssa. coast were finally roufed with a loss of 4.0CO killed.
the it is to pot. This h ] Ko. 1X.I. and occupied: the b*.t part of this, and, in these lands will be 1'1'
I j'Iarihhtt & the general tendency of his observations on the reception proclivity territory ; immensely valuable.: Of which all Russian Generals were wounded in the 'battle
} lournalTALLAHASSEE manner in which Ihe State advertising is now 2 i is little] more furious, as there i is more involvediu the p'i'it of fact of,the the,United(.m 't'rcl of the United States, with are aware who have traveled through : section. The the l last day the Turks attacked the Russian r.j,ft,. "
army State, have for live years Gulf is moreover tie natural boundary, Ilf Alabama
it. The first matter of which drove it into er>nfu!ion and took
conducted.-Ancient City.We is a mere : taite.ab-iut alone] them upon Ivrsjora. its*
past prevented iloinjr it. We have not a and the narrow slip of Florida whicii belts the Gulf The
tt:; there always] have been and always will L' difference doubt that Nebra-ka. thrown have !' is tillery. s'a-ighter on both sides was iroTenst-
' : think that demands that I'pt'n.'IIU.l lu( ,- coast, out of PlAte] and vastly inconvenient in many Turks afterwards destroyed tbe
public policy : enemy's Jbrtificfttxai
-- of opinion. Some pei ;ons tweak, some flittcn, "hill' OliO slaves in it from Miisouri within a ,('ar after the experts, both to that tatcallt1 Aah] !nll1. Both States I and returned in triumph ltafnt.

$ .l atardaJ February 11 1851. all advertisements of general interest should, others turn cannil'al nnd simply bite-the Srntintl act of Congress was generally known iu Missouri.The .- would derive great advantage from the proposed Selininvl. the Circa "ian CIIi : had! organized a Po
for reasons too obvious to mention, be publish ow rk-rs of these slaves will be the people to measure."
;r::"r l only squeezes. Every one to ]his liking. As a gen. make the State C'onstitut-on. and to create the State lish 1e;. i'neiit of I.2CO strong and is a!*> organiiioj
ed in the Whig as well as the Democratic We '
.' .! .t, TERMS.-Thre. Dollars] per annnrnzfpzud in cral] thing though, the Floridian prefers to perform Government and can we have sort of a doubt assure the Journal that Florida will run tbe I an nrmy in D.lgbeLThe
l i. 1i-t advanee; f 3 60 if paid within six months of tlie time presses. Econorry in the use of the people'smoney each (If these operations its itself. But what kind of a constitution they would any create ? I rirk of the ".n own
, of subscribing : and 4 00 at the end of the year. Ad- i in administering the affairs of State: The Northernmeti who voted for the incorporation litory. She will not consent to the disll1 mbcrmeut. p ol and along the* sea of Crimea, and pot out all the
!;.wt; 'l Tertisementa, One Dollar per square of 12 linesfor first it is true, is everywhere commendable, and in this proclivity Xo. 2 :-in plain English, it is this: of New MexieoanI Utah, p<'II'ralht1lntlh I1It nIl. vu-I 1 iglitliou.es; on that cou f.

, 'i and fifty Cents for all subsequent insertions. An. an especial manner ought to be practiced by 'Stretching the blanket" until it is torn, nnd then forgetting ted for it under the rule of the common law, and, as The New York Tribune, since it finds itself backed I the The Four Sultan Powers after essentially moelffvicff the note of

:-tt. oouncemeuts of candidates. Five Dollars eaebalwaya4l the servants Florida. But there is to repair damages. Week before J last our most of them believed] the fettled] law, th .t slavery I pronounced it Mti'sfactory, and it
; to be paid in advance. Religious, Obituary juidMar- public been by Whig papers_of the city, becomes more and had been forwarded to the Czar fur hw acqniercence.
having }
, ;.I' riage KoUcn. not exceeding 12 lines will be published such thing as being penny vise and pound neighbor made some awkward statement nls'ute'v here in S.w pvisitivdy Mexico an-1 Utah, 'by it could Mexican not statute be ferocious against the Northern democratic "dough- No answer had been received from him at the latest

\k; t" gratis nr No certificates of the publication of estate -f oolith in political as well as domestic i-cono- York appointments and committed terrible] hl"oc'ith ] there but by p.:sitive enactment (f law. carried Inf- (Ice:" who stand l>y the South on the Nebraska ques dates, but it is upp sad he will reject it. recall bin Min

I F" \o. or legal notices of any description will be given mv. As our cotemporary of the Ancient City the President's message, which, by the bye, very probably point of fact, they reasoned, we have already a tion. Iu a late ""ue of that sheet, we find the following isters from London and Pans, and formally declar

...dt.._. '..\.'.p::,t., until_ the_ _advertising_ fee_ _is paid._ _ _ aptly remarks, if only a partial advertisement he had neter n ad! In,both instiuoes, he blazed] .\\ IlMt l'rofisO-a Missouri restriction net in New taunts and jetrs l levelled at Douglas nnd the other -, war.England ia strcnglhening her coast defences. whiTe

!f : I official business will answer the purposes away without once looking to see ,'Lo"ftS g"ing to Mexico amid Utah, nnd they will keep slaversoutso I true,hearted d--mocrata who with him in France tie! Jfavy Yards are all bustle and activity.

1L1.;: The Temperance Lecture, of the State, the necessity publishing at all be"kill 1" As it happened, 110 cue got Lurt but bmiself. that] a non-slaveholdiug constitution.* Further.people will it was frame known a ion bv slaveholding the- I It is lift to te expected of agree men who live:fur thesKIe J the workmen not panning even on Sunday. Ever

1 I1..c t r. 'WbicL was io have been delivered] this evening by the may be dispensed with and thereby save the His gun record that the Mormon people] (If Utah have r!lg-1 j purpose of enjoying: official staiioit that they I immediately vessel in the made French read Navy fur has been ordered to b

:t:1{II. Her. Mr. Jouei, of Georgia i is postponed on account of Treasury pounds instead shillings. Whether _" flew wide the mark, ion objections to slavery, nnd that the holding of j I' shall ever be manly, noble, or independent. Tlieyslftti I war.

-'{$ the Don-arrival of that gentleman, who has been com Governor Broome has been governed by And kicked the owier over" slaves] is agiiiiMt the Mormon I5i hie. The ease, it is ,My cower before every storm that ibreatcrto f

'rl: pelled to return horns t personal and domestic nffllo motives of or allowed himself be Twice before Lava we called hi* aUtnliuaio. that easy to we, will be very different in Nebraska aft .r their: opinions with popular condemnation, and make MtSCELLAEOU5.3cssrs. .
y economy I
a >oMtive repeal of the slavery restriction act of haste tn turn thir sails 1 to catch the pacing breeze of & Brother CitBeroe
{ Thompson
f Csiica
? unfortunate slip of the but without ( )
. .. t tion. lIe promises in a letter published in the Thorn influenced by party considerations in his die pen, as yet bringing 1820." public favor. It ia everywhere assumed among such I Printers. have failed.

\j.: :"ii : wville Watchman to visit Middle Florida in tbe month tribution! of Slate advertising, is of some prac. him to the. confessional. But we can let ]Lira off Here the Ejprrsx di"dr.seil the most disreputable t that subjection; to the slaveholdiog interest u now The hp: John O. Gosent from Canton, with a rici

.J:' .. of APril tical importance it is true, but we need not enquire no II'nger-he must face the music. All editors are the only sure j path tn political honors and distinction. Cargo of silks anal tens, has been wrecked off Holly-

.,;"r..j'. i'I into his motives just now, as the policy ,, liable] Jo make mistakes as to matters of fact, but we motives for for its course on (the Compromise of 185f'< It I II -In-the- --simple_.,- _. of_ !-18iO! _-, the, great, .northern. anti-sla. head,and several. of the crew were drowned. Her earz,
.-r Pensacola and Georgia Railroad. which he has adopted in this particular is erroneous have yet to learn that the moral code will justify aneditor went that Compromise because it knew nothing, i Briiiiiieiii was luuruiaieu anti overwhelmed' inconsequence was own Ml by the Messrs. Gladstone of Lhrerponf.
I was ]lost by its adoption. "The South," in the ]language I of the succumbing temper and faithlesanes The Bank of Franc had raised the rate of diKooot
'iii-fit. Gm. Daccy having 'spent three or four days in ex- and mistaken. Ail official business or any body else] in declining to rectify a mi'tatetncnt of Webster of rotten ]leaders. With their own hands theydestroyed five per cent.
"pained precisely what the Northlost
!tfil uninatious East and West of our city, to ascertain the which concern the people of the whole State when] palpable] facts furnish the evidence to his the d'yku and Itt tie wa'ers fl-.w in ant I Great scarcity of food prevails in the Roman State*.
was formerly published in both the Whig and mmd that be has -SOTHIXO. The Mexican ]law excluded slavery, .vji-Ii away fie rich finits of year The Thirty-first
! it best lines of approach fur the railroad, has proceeded owu el red. Such i U the case in the
. and therefore the Express might adv>ate declaration inaugurated of f-ubrni-sion
'. a mere Congress era to slavery.
Democratic and to be
ought now.- NEW YORK MARKE ETC.
instance. .
papers facts
hIhat tIe Sentinelwas
'West in order to trace routes far present
,one or more as Since then everything has on swimmingly this
Sentinel. I (If a principle, which, after all. meant noth- gone
-;";\ tbeJApalachicola! River, and to view some of the various -' widely mistaken, cud the editor ours it to Limed \ Not only was the slavery question compromised, NEW YORK. Feb. 5th.-In the New York market
But when th South is !
ing. now to
enjoysome on ?coo bales of cotton sold. 200o {
; f.I points of crossing that River. We extract tbe above from the Sentinel of the 31st f, to the party aspersed, and to the cause of truth, I Ili'1' the character reputation and! principles <>f hin- were t>
benefit from the new territory, and the North is 'J5 of -realso which changed hands previous to the receipt of th.
t :. Gen. D. fouud no serjous obstacle in the way here, January. In the main we agree with TV but is said either to sustain his charges or retract them. If lie I ( our public men \ compromised by Arabia's accounts. The market was tactacgtd iaI
I asked to adhere, iu substance and l principle, to the tl)e same operation. There was a general debauch
;: 1 and will be about tbe of giving a general distribution toI does neither-if he jurists in hid dogged] >ilcnee I every resieetBedini
; we trust equally successful elsen re.- policy I l -whyt Comproinwgnf 1850, the door i is cloeJ and the South 1 a'ul: demoralization throughout nil political circe! mil{I I
The friends of this enterprise must wake up in Gade- State Advertisements and XT e have no doubt that if while] fur his Mike we shall regret hid extraoidiiiary: I I was clearly manifested in the triumphant rim of Gen.'[ sailed io the Atlantic for Liverpool.
I ito be robbed his a freh! application] of the Missouri J
\ .;, den, and be prompt to furnish him guides and other !'I j I the condition of the Treasury would warrant it, such j course, the Demwracy of the State il! be fully Jvtr'' : restriction, w Lie'h tl.e North rrjected when Jefferson.1'ierce.. The -njoruli/ati"n continur It b iot to i jI j FROM WASIIIXGTO&j

rt facilities, or Le will have left their before :1 would be the course pursued All of this i tiM:d nsto who they have to deal] with. i I I be expected therefore that'c shall ere, fur the i I
County they j Ace uBts from VTasIihujton state that Senator Kron
i Dam, in b.-IIM..f tl.e South, proposed to accept it | pi es'-nt. ira the acts of public mn wlio place'success : -
r are aware. lie is anxious to have examination :' sort arc payable from the Contingent Fund," but J 1 Before dismUtiiig him, there i is one other ]httlc point :\ \ill 1S50. This is the good faith of those; who m-de themea.iuge.s '! b-ef..r.- piincijjle.! nn)tiling hut ut.nruily sul'mfeslo'i: U> I| ruaJ* a sfrrng speech in the Senate on Friday, in

:-it, thorough, EO as to be able to furnish the Company : we team that the amount appropriated fur the Fiscal 'n our iieighhi's i half fuli.nni; which n ay Le iX'ticc of 150, and exhausted the j j Use demand! "f the slave! power. If Gen. Taylor Lad :;' favor of the XeLn ka till which will increase tbemse
I' He the ; Con.promise Hied, and if the Wilmot! vi. d"ctriie j-irify f T the bill in both houses of Congress
and tbe Governor with full information, but is active i year commencing let November, 1853, bad been seriously says -u1' lira di.-coteied "tl.e roruaika- pn> o La-lsub-i! i
t viwabularv of abuse in reviling Southern men as Heee&sioiiists fctrjitially triumph'-ilr us it would hate done through TliHGnd len Mexican treaty is still ucder eonsidarat.'o.i -
t Lie! }I
fact Unit tht- i is leal]
:.Ni ctFt 1 and energetic, and not disposed to delay] in the pros- ] encroached upon by claims outstanding against ru no diifinnce between the aud Disunk>niats for hesitating to swaflowit I the iu'-tJ nmciltalit If his pnliVy! retffve! to ( ur Mt-xi- I; in the Cabinet.Corrciipouilenoe.
that Fund to Gov. Browne's induction :; UnrJI and] SoftMi[i"tlkt n again. :'i litre ir quite a
: ; rcution of Lie business.In previous j j'' can nc'jtmisiti.'nis. thou w c should! hare seen the r/\-r..1
1 I
: s.it' ; connection with this subject, we take occasion to iuto office: and as a consequence it has been necessaryto 1 difft-rciicc.: Mr. Hard wants to 1-e tMe! waiter and to j I -But we arc glad to sec that while Northern Silver 'I i>l what \e uojv re'e. Instead of find Kn: Mr.d"tf D.ugias of Lie Baltimore Sen.
I dues] Mr. Soft, :11'1 l tlsereijuio: the! ,: fr 'jii his roarn-w'}IxNQes nt the feet (.f kvvrv, wes
say that a letter baa lately been received from Savannah economise as much as possible] in order] to be able tIlegct by ears.That's Affairs in Washington.WASHi.NCT3S.Feb..
themselves the side
: I CSrev presses are ranging : by of >l..uld eec the same n.an s-tanding firm ncI
?; stating that our delay in Florida to make up to meet such demands on that fuud as could] not be I \ hat w c call a real ditTci I'l'aec"Lut if there is abolitionists and free-soilers, and making common in I-lulf t'f the ;!riotis ,.ordiuance up of 1i8;. strong Freedom .?. 1S54.

:..: our pledged subscription of $800,000 is a cause of serious dispensed ith. This, we undertake to say, is tbe anything: else between thc-m, we bliould] like t<> be enlightened j cause with them, many able] Democratic papers in the ** battle wa. f'night and! lost in '1550. find the Connection. of tKr ..Vr.3roaka nnd Pat jic nlroaJ
embarrassment whether! chief reason why the State advertisements have been ] as to what it is about. They certainly do t"w'moi and traitors have all run to the iviniiugside. L\ls- Efurtu to eany tf.t B< itto/l Jiultlf tbrfithJCitnsai.
J to in J
: them deciding States ] to the of
I free are standing up firmly cause .' mid Ejitlnde >laitty- Com iootion ta
[ they are to extend their road West of the Altanuba I caused to appear in limited a number of papers, not differ on the nigger question." or ratlnr did' right aud justice. Among these we recognize the f fj Kill lit Gottdn Tttaly-A Ccaip.iealion *fGr.it

. :'h in a direction to meet jit in Hamilton County, or I I and not the one nscribed by the opposition. But 'not when BarnburncrUm reared its ]head iu 1817 and j' voice of the J'enntytcaniaii, from whose columns we.I Secretary GuthrieTI Qu'.ctiu's-1).ugla? Bill to Pau-TttJCvszta

: whether without filling authorised to intimate what the course 48. Hike Wal.-h, whom our neighbor quoted 1 the i Case should
::1: : they take their own preferred route, I take the following extract : Bangor llercufy, a wh'g: journal], sketches Sectary -
: to the junction of Flint and Chattahoochee. Will not of Governor Broome on this subject is likely] to be- other day, was a tremendous Wilmot] in those perilous -i It will be recollected that the compromise meas- Guthrie in the A.l I wing manner Time Nebraska and Kac3n, bill is inlimaiely eonoer'
j ted with the si.bject of the Pacific Railroad. A di -
"n'n rji the people, then, come up in mass, making new sub- we suggest,hoVt ever, as very probable, that the draft times' ; nnd even Dickenaon himself had such a !i ures of 1850 derived much of their wholesome infla- We be.ive Mr. Guthrie,the Sccretaiy of Ole Treasury p>#itioD exists )ns niei"nnrterstomakeani) issue omi tt.

'1 criptions and increasing old ones, as they are very a- on this fuud, from all sources, will be made as light ]I leaning the fame way ai to make tie!: diflPirerice between j ciice upon the country from the fact that they are re- t.) l I.e an L"ne!t. man A re ident i.f Louisville. qiiti' wTiether the TaCifi Rcilrood shall! be made
; him and the Buffalo] fhad1 I gar Jed ts making the settlement 'If tlc Shave question Kentucky, he I.ss been the centre of large Kailroad in slavp-MJi'n "or
,. ble to do, and put tLhi question at rest I If Savannah as circumstances wit justify, ti' J that at least on the | men nothing but the \ ? wn-slaveioliiTrg1 territory. Tbe
i i in any territories, heienfter to be admitted, a setI and e.tli--r business coinee'i"iis in the 'Wet and has i Central Pacific Railroad! will the
, jJ'' (butjd in the ow of a fhHI: (. For the information tlf the Srntinel\\ i iI pass through proposed
then bis wiii be end
; ink-nds to redeem bet score of liberality action '
; pledges, we can I Itlemeiit upon precisely the same princij lea wl.idij far more expcnenre iu the details of alf.iirs than ill- |territory if Kansas, and this i* snore likely to be a
-Y".i soon know it; and if uot, we shall] be tee from ours, I to corre -p'J d favorably] with that of Lis! predecessor. I'j wh-ipc political meaicl.e J.'I 1,11 ps have' not ssytti; i I j then prevailed m regard to Utah aud New 3Iexico. informed loiter wrifer are tlip' to award Lim.He .- slavelu.'liiing territory, under Mr. P mglus* bill, than

) t and left to act as circumstances make expedient. We I The Sentinel makes mistake in Fa\iu" tl:if- aU (, extended] go f.irl'k., we will! quote fiorn a !pe'th {'Tile principle of the Compromise 1S50 was uluoI kUixis six foot two i.iclito high. bia :a chum and Nebraska. I am now ccnvinred that a serious and

P'1 trust tbeie is uo faltering in Florida to have her official business concerning the people] of the 'v.Lo.'c]:, tnavlu ]Ly Dickinwn! at the Koine Cvuvc-ntinn 10 1849. I pronounced to be acceptable, because, in all future ea1 -. month as tirm of the AII. Iaui": *, i is a plain blunt ml.iid effort w to be made to carry CoL cntoe'i.
1 eNIItituti..wtl ndjustment ,
lid I I's, it would lead to an easy and n man. wl* speaks rulit fit. know w at he knows. and project fur his Central Raifroac roote amid to exclude
,j road, let Savannah do as the We State was formerly] published] in both tlie and ejieich waclivcred.! mind: \'OI1'h'n, these of .Ilin> .ud I for these I I"dll'liIC' ( ,
tuay. may recur to WLig t.hhl" question r.r; reisns i ia lOt ('1" ar.1 to talk u' oiit it. and wIc'.ieve! i is ns slavery from the territory in which that route will lie.
" this Again. Democratic paper" We believe tie! policy hitherto; iljt.ktis were in full thasc after a ro Ulo..JUitll the I it wa' calle-l final aajmtment of the ic'iole itme \ 1 ti> the place ht holds rrijarulr'x the times The Benton railroad project and the organization of

'4.r: j BI ME* '" Las been to publish in the two T.illahac. B.unluiicis : pf ."lal' rJ in the tfrit .it-. To take any other in whii-h it ]Las' fulltr. ta Lim. ts any mnr. nho has oecupied 1 the Kansas or Nebraska territory under the shivery

: Congress. only in such others iu the various sections papers.and : Hut i .*tallll l JITC to-ay in the fTiritnf Democracy, view of it, would be alike dishonest uud dishonorable.] I it since the days of Alexander] Hamilton. i re-triclinia of 1820, are to be combined together aid
as if time ]like this the
at ,
would the JVort4 a
m to invoke ever oue whethiT Ixreor, .. where-''n What say will Unite an immense force in tbe country and in Co-
t-: In the Senate, January SO, Mr. Mallory osked and Secretary of State saw proper to Bclcct and of course I the populous city, or in the log |Iu U-J-OIK( -the, mountain .SWA could insist and did in.Ut, t.pou the Mi i #-uri A mt'etingTas held at i ihe Tabernacle in New York, gress.

't.i; ,t- '" obt.aioedlea'e to introduce a bill to provide fur the wlun that office was in the hands of the opposition, -to coine tiji to the mpl*>rt of t'H' Democracy, Compromise which all fair nan admit \virtually on Monday! evening to oppose the repeal of the Missouri ( The same two interests above flamed trill tin &

4i: .i.. construction of a suitable building fir the accommodation whig papers were selected in preference to Democratic '! and. laying iiM.le] II'JII''j nU iN! l-, take the groat car- repealed by the Compromise Acts the Union of 1850, Sue as a! Compromise. The papers differ in their estimateas ;orabined. to till the Gadsden treaty, for the reisw
::Nr, of the District Court of the United States at : As yet but little patronage in the shape] of advertising -1 dinal |1.l lldplu "f tao ly faiih. : tin.! with! them marcbforwuid means clure'ould;of adding be stave! wickedly and! to cruelly unjust; and to the numbers prl''ent-the II'raid makes them and tat l will it affords aM an attractive ruHroadrente at the South. ,
to xicttTOn this ters'.eria1; a two slaveholdJng States to the Unj*
',: Key West vlicb was referred to the Committee on has emanated from the Executive office since slavery ques- should rebi-t it to the uttermost. Upon what
tiou, my If. ilj.u is thi-) : /ai at J'linJtridual and we 800. nn.Ilhe Trte 2.00. Taking tie highest figures Thus the great qnestions of the day are somewhat
.' tbe Judiciary. On the same day, the Nebraska Bill the advent of Gov. Broome. The official canvass ot a lr;ilntoiiiot in/war of .r/.n.ifJIl."r tlavfry: better ground than this, then, has tb ) Ninth imu a as the tiue numlwr. the meeting must be 'considereda complicated %(itb each other On one hand we have

;'1't was taken up, nod :Mr. Douglas addressed the Senate votes for Justices of tbe Supreme Court, a matter let nut and out, lipJIJ doc, live ,r die, J am vpijiostd pretext to insist upon the ML-sinni have i compromise uot much line for failure. In such a city as New York I Ovoo, ought the treaty and two new slave territories, and a Southern

: It in ita.apport. His speech was replete "ith interesting which concerned the people of the whole] State," :,' ],to 1 "iti i.r1eujon." (Applause.) That is uudcrstoixl Nebraska shade w excuscfwr and Kansas the Nay chances we are more so tl.an
tFi facts, provoked in reply 1 to a previous attack ". ICI' h was the first advertisement given out It appeared Theie i if ulli.te. that both wi.l be free. If both bee .me slave ten ilo- popular Ke!olr.t"ons wire moved by Robert Eu- f. each as large as Ohio, and one, if not two, railroad*
: had been made upon him in tbe address put uut by the Sentinel and J'loriJian nnd one paper in the I isn't pat enough, we'd]give it up-and ties. however bv the action of the people. wo should mett and advocated by temperate and able speech- to the Pacific passing through them.

the abolition members of both Houses of Conr 68.in .- East, oue in the South and one in the Wct-L This 1 now, neighbor, tell us the .tfcrel.cl U.twi-en tie BarnI not feel authorized to set at defiance, a moral obliip- Letters wc'e received from Senators Fish, Seward Congress begins fa see, what everybody else sees
1. burners and Hunktis in 1S49 tinn nnd t> fly in the face of solemn ami 'patrioticadjii8tmentoftbequrttionofSlattryagretdti that Pacific there will
The little I a* to tJ.ii matter. wherever the Rai'road goes, go
I' giant" wade the "008y\ in fine style course was strictly according to precedent, the negro
as taking icliu..an's ; .Ly.bc.tJ.Ihe Sumner nnd! Chase end other prominent free soilcrs the political and the commercial iutereaU of
J. .
cx >usiti f..r I power
1 from about the beads of Messrs. Chase and Sumner Sentinel will find by consulting] the back files of that I But ] 'i) yojr ground-work great and overwhelmingly affirmed m the -all rf whom] expressed a determined opposi. this continent.Mr. .
be flrtit's.
His castigation of those worthies was mercilessly severe sheet In 1852, during the regime of a Whig Executive we may told that some of the Soft go against i election! (I ion to the proposed violation of the Missouri comprJ- Douglas' bill will pass the Seriate rery soon, ly
'I' and Nebraska. Well,suppose Ley do, l.nttltc'lI f Where I Never will this injurious and diaternu9 agitationof considerable It not the of that'
:' : crushing, exciting the deepest interest and the canvass of votes for Presidential Elector, misc. a majority. is policy
will there sitii.n land them the Slat question cense in this Country whileour detain it to make it the of*
attention of the Senate. The opjK f Precisely where it cry body to lung, nor subject
Washington Star notices Congressman and the list of Senators elected] to the
'i"i will be of Union lasts if, at this time, we allow the banded general discussion. -
sen ice to him of the
l. :' tbe speech briefly thus:- Geueral Assembly] matters of "concern to the people Sentiml They' will ties of the Constitution to invade and destroy the The line of Steamers between Wilmington nnd The Cabinet it is said had under consideraUon.ye.
: i' ** This da '. of Senator the bring up into the ranks of the Northern Whigs who "which the of withdrawn the iustant. the of CoL Gadsden' ,and cBMT
) epeech Douglas Las astounded of whole State, were published precisely] in principle Upon compromise measures Charleston was on lit The terday, subject Treaty

. ':J! all present as it were. It i is the event of his pub- three papers, one only] of which was Democratic.But .- are banding together-Sewaidites, Silver Grays and 1850 are founded. Let the patriotic men of the free mails l h'y order of the department, are to be trans Lit no conclusion today.In .
;. ;4 lie life. As we go to press life IS making such an impression all-to fight Nebraska to the bitter end. Whig ery States pause and (wider upon this truth. It is one Railroad the Senate some papers were called for to-day q.
it, as is rarely] made i in Congress.** we never beard of any complaint] from the other now if that cannot be set aside, and one that all genuine lovers erred to the Wilmington and Manchester in reference time Koszta case, which gave rise to at*
f 00 the the bill proscribed papers. They looked upon such a disposition presents, we are not wide of the maik as to : of the Constitution should bear in their memories and from hence tie great stream of travel Trill take explanation on a matter which was the subject of
'I following day was postponed until]' our reading of the signs of the times, tho ] standpoint sal inn doubt a while twit the mission of Amid
'. of tbe crumbs as a matter of course, and it only and in their hearts. The remedy for peace in that direction. The boats aru advertised for some ago. :
!! Friday the 3d instant when Mr. Chase took up two fur such renegades: nnfl traitors. Let' them 1850 was nioet reluctantly accepted by in the ky to this country. It has been represented *
would perhaps be. well if the whig would] imitate go many Charleston on the J3th April naxL The Wilmington -
it hours and a half in replying to Mr. Douglas. His remarks papers albeit their will to of South. It originated in the North, and wan finally I Mr.Brown,our dragoman, brought 'tinf here fofHT
.ave not yet appeared in print. their philosophic] example, instead of snivellingout the SentintFt recreancy help swell the tote carried by Northern votes. Let not the North l l. Herald suggests that a'tri-weekly or seraf-wcekly ,own purposes and that Amin Bev was not a pubfis

'4 Mr. submitted the resolution insinuations by themselves] and though correspondent Presidential candidate in 8561: If they I terrified into dishonoring itself! by attempting to line, by means of these steamers with Charleston. agent But Gen. Cuss stated to'day that he (Gea.

Mallory following *, as to motives, which were never made while prefer the "old land-marks of I f eedonj" to the conservative destroy the principle upon which we then marched might be established] and rendered profitable. Cass) had received a letter from Rescind Pashatbi
44 wLich was agreed to, viz : of Prime Minister of the Sultan, and whom he bad known
the Executive office filled ] principles Democracy, their true position i is through disaster i to concord and uuion.
RetcJofd That the Committee on tbe Judiciary be was by a Whig although by the side of the Woolly Heads, andUe Thia ia an issue that will once more test the tone CT: The Southern School Journal formerly published ja Paris while Reschid Pasha was the Turkish iiniassador -

: instructed to inquire into the expediency of providing his patronage was confined to tbe Whig press of the vote them full Democracy and temper of our people.] The path is easy and! at Columbus On. has been transferred to Macon thanking him for his efforts in the United
;-a for appeals"from the district court of tbe Unite* State with the exception stated above. a acquittance. We wMi our neighbor plain before us. Demagogues and traitors will beset E. IL States Senate, to procure an appropriation for Am13Bef.
1. II States in the State of Florida to one of the circuit The Jacksonville Jifpulliean, in the same article joy of his allies.] But a word here of inquiry. Why it with their vile maehinatioua. The baffled malcontents and ia now edited by the Myers. It expenses, te.

; courts of the United State", ball cases of Admiralty from which one of the extracts above is taken, alluded is it that the Sentinel has nothing to say as to the of 1850, hurled] then] into a most miserable and! J. published monthly] at '1 00 per annum.
41 and maritime ia which the amounts in controversy merited ] and at woik.
jurUdidtioo course of tbe Northern of its minority, are already again
to the order for raising the of volunteers wing oxin parly,whom it recently told his audience Boston that hn- Vtnig.PORT
may be lea than two thousand dollars, exelu. Brigade Happily in this emergency have in FaAJiauxricac Jtyatsix ij .
't sivf of.& which appeared in three or four of the papers of the sees about to march in solid phalanx] under the lead & a safe, cautious, and fearless leader On this man remains had been found in Florida that mnsthave
of Seward, against Nebraska, the Coobtitution and the issue he will be found the foremost in been at least 200.000 years ( .-Savannah Courier. OF. ST. MARKS.
In the House oo the tame day (January 31.) State, as one of the class of advertisement which grave among
South f Has he not little and the of the bil> The Professor must have been a-aast ing
t Committee oa Territories reported a Nebraska Bill, should have a general circulation. With the publication one word .f remonstrance defending supporting principles Wbew ARRIVED: ?
,. of rebuke F President Pierce all influenceof reported by Senator DOCGLAS on Monday lastTo the o touiaDs. Feb. 4. Bark R. H. Gamble, F. H. Hosmer. frs
i. essentially the some ia all its provisions as the one preaeated of that order, tIle Executive had nothing whatever arrays alt the clamor of those who have doubted his fealtyto ] 1 Ormond. -
his administration New York with and lime to McNaught
t in the Senate by fro Douglas. introduction to do. It was made by the officer charged with behalf of the South, while the great principles] of the' Compromise of 1850, be Correspondence of the, Baltimore Sun. hay

wai the signal lor motions to amend. The bill will organizing the Brigade upon his own responsibility ,- Northern Wbiggery presents an UDbrrten front in opposition .- will now reply] by actions in behalf these and same ben- Letter from Washington. Feb. 6. Brig Herali Luce, New York, assorted

be considered in Committee of the Whole, and then' and with the sole view, doubtless, to make the ex. to the South: the Sentinel l pertinaciouslyabuses ] principles asserted for a purpose no I less wise heart less WASHINGTON, February 2, 185-1. mdze to Beard 4 Decham.
eficial than that which aroused the
I we shall see what we shall see. It is confidently said pease attending tbe organization as light as possible, the one, and aa pertinaciously ',fratern us the than four years ago. public. The debate: on the Nebraska bill was opened i in tbe Brig Lavaea.Brodie Greenman i Pet tea.Feb. from New York, assort*"

_ the bill will pass both Houses by a handsome majority Gea Johnson limited tbe publication to a few papers. other I This is certainly very remarkable in a.Southern We will answer for Pennsylvania. She is sound Senate with a most powerful speech by Judge Douglas mdze.to'7. Bark Charlotte Wynne, J. P. Hosmer In*

4 ,11 M certain to go through the Senate and we Io that be noted perfectly right.. Perhaps no publi- editor, who .is pi etumcd to have a greater regardfor to the core. Her Democracy aye and many of her chairman of the committee Territories, which York, 12 days.
the rights of his own section than for tbe Whigs, too, will not be ffxilfed by the tricksters and fuliy sustained his high reputation as a statesman and
there b ephemeral
feel quite sure that patnotkm enough fiatioo-at all wu necessary ; bur be that as it CLEARED.
among may, jugglers of fanaticism." She has become accustomedto debater. lie said that all legislation] for or against
of Will
the Democrats of the other Home (for it is to them three or four papers was as good as a dozen, while triumphs a party. the editor condescendto such trials. She hal won the nation's applause by slavery in new territories is practically inoperative ; this Jan.31. Bark Cleohia.J.S.Ingmhamt.S' "

and them only,that we.of the South hare to look,) to the State Treasury will be some hundred dollars the explain I The public is doubtless anxious to know her past fidelity, by her early] promptitude and courage -I ouestion being solely determined by elimat soil production Anderson
.-I Jt eter the baadj of U QpP0* "0- b.ttiroftby tIM omission to publish in sIb where he stands. Is he for or against Nebraskirf. in defence of the Constitution, and by the( victories i and the wants of man. Jud cany Does be go with the Northern Whigs against ling she has achieved over local disnflection. She will meat tot 1 well upon the Senate. Half the Hm was Feb 2. S -lir. Chipola aLeaiy. to Post A MIIN'J
The long and the abort of it is, while the Sentinel continued onh- rofton.M
and bales
indtsA.&irj. the Missouri restriction is be not forfeit her claim to universal in ntt en lance. Orleans, with 39 case bacco,91
_ aod the other whig pressea. of the State are charging or /( the administration dence, by any future departures from the path of pa- Mr Douglas gate us. on Monday.. a history of the spirits turpentine, 33 do.fisb.147 do.pitch.3* b d
,The Tamp HeraU, ootidog the order of Governor the democracy with hariof a greedy appetite fur the measure aud in favor of giviiig Southern menthe triotic duty. Missouri compromwe down to the day when, in 1848, 1 b'X and one package merchandise--
_j Breome&Brigadier General JttMM to organize hi* karat and fishes they, manifest a wonderful fondness opportunity of emigrating to Nebraska with their The New York True Democrat" (Soft) also approves th, northern men in the House, free-soil. tendenees: Feb. 8. Brig Goy. Brown, Parks; New Tes COL-

tw :,Brigade* and, afterwards U, report to,bead quarters, for the came kind> of proreo4er themselves. They slaves,if so disposed t "Under KiogBeJonian.tSpeak of the bill, and adopts the dictum of tbe Washington threw it out. rejected newly] acquired.repudiated It it.was m then application ren lered tithe Smnaitwood 208 bides. Andercouk_ Co., with 865 balea

i .Nys" : say our motto.is, to the rloton.( belong tbe spoils;" ; or die!r Union. that the friends of the Adminiatra :cesa"territories to find some other mode adjustment, and IN PORT *-

1rb.isfland out without IhS.meod a prospect 10,w.hat bow the not stmee bIIi we of the** but they HelD to be entirely' unwilling that we should P. L. J. May, E q, late-editor of tbe Ogletborpe, tion" must come up to its support.The the :; ,nrnmi;.eof 1850 was. adopted or 18.0.for Atuthe.h purpose Bark It.IL Gamble 7. flomee; CbariotU VjB r s
the or-
will be enjoy them alone-they insist npon coming io and Democrat Binghampton (N. Y.) Democrat ("Hard") r eraetlI1 compromise F. hlosmer Cleuhia, IngraM'..
Companies new needed. We understand Oa. Southern associated with the Savannah I' "D of 1787. it did not apply to the Missouri ter J. ; .
fc that the lav passed some time siaoe'prohibiting trade baring them with us. Throw th.s bone, Governor Georgian as corresponding editor presents the following sound views. The Democratis 'Tv e and does not apply 1 toN" 'AS',& The admin Brigs hIrald, Lace; La'a. Go'.BrSW
-Vih the Indian bat for the tart 'few"month been Tbe reign of ,wbiggery being,over, the organs. believed to reflect the sentiments of Senator Dick f't&U: and the Senate will adhere to the principle IL J. Lester; Ann C. Plait.Dri.kau;

I rtitmr Mforttd, ay! 1batIbey mw', begin to feet IOI" of that party, It we ma11adr. bj their whine, are : The shipments from Fensacola daring the month jason : of .0interveflWe shall'see what the Hume Parks.SebrNerissa.. Foyers Ji*Z EI1Ic An ';
of their the whites and sic I .
tbiMf tewy to be more and more upon willing to aceede, to the b a shocking bad way. Their fix ia corUinly a pitiable i January included 1,371.1583 feet of lumber, 17,810 It will thus bo IMD that the bill places the slaveryqutttwn *m do.,. wl the abolition. confederates: Empire, Yeit
which will eater largely' into The giat" upon
proposition made, to thtu to tore. one. ; sbin1ev", 650 sash, and 680 bales of cotton. undoubtedly


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M. A hi.e. has in connection with his Law TALLAHASSEE. FLA. NEWPORT, FLORIDA, ea .nd Rvtafl Dealer ia
iu thcniaiketduriii5 the past week, old cheap to a pood purchnter. Also for THE uuderwgn

I DJ hi's existed of i on the quotations furnished in our :Ill town. the bnlitnce < (the %sear a good Cook, AYasher I Oiroc. a Land Agency, fr Uw examinatiw the Cberofct and- OFFEIS bis professK-ual services to the eilizens of ]S now rrreivip;; a large and well selected stock of a DRUGS A pz ii- ,
*' AdTuuee sales anionut to 44 bales, at prires nui In.tier. Enquire at this office.IV. sale of Lnnds in Georgia, particularly ,, Lands e and m-iuity< Office first door East OFKJCINALDKUOS AND CHEMICALS; also, -V
The V
1 tppflt. 7 t>t 64- The receipts iu the city n V a--4, 154. 5 St* Quid and Lund Lottery. Persons sell them WLULI sr through ..fp-bt UIiCU building, immediately adjoiuicg Dr. a l Isre; stcck of Patent Medicine*, \\bite Lead tte. am rsT, DyestttflV StfrjWal ,. V
f' de- CheroUe Georgia, can Uierefoic etc. splendid iii s<>rtinriit <>f the most approved -
show in Nuth. H
,1ngiug the same date of last year, a value at ; 1. Spices, Snuff. "Window Glass Pafi U.
VIt1) and reported
.,aipaTe'I KtIe Notice. me) or liuve their d eripti-u and January 11, lL54. g jy SclnHil P.K>ks. Toy Books. Poetical, Note and flyinuflgks ills, Varnishes, Putty Mamzfaetztrid
of 836 Scud iiumlx-rs. carefully Laid Letter, Gilt Edge Pap -
V small cost me your : FooIs'-ap'Paper,
f.f&IC OIX months after date, I shall present my final aecount the district and sections in which they may he Common Note. En.bossed Note, Sprig Paper; and Glass :Ware, & V1 .
.Judge 4>f Pio- note 5 Bank of r. Fme Fine Tooth Pom WinsM V
Honorable ,
and ow.bers to the be carefully attended Charleston. Soap
body knows is business hull Ki&broidrred Lai-ed. i.c.Otluical .
every located and Eiivl.'pti '
f Paul Uluur, your and Hair Brushes for M tUi aP1wpo
and bate of Jpflcr ou County, as executor t A GENffV't New Port Florida. Alcdieine rarruHttJpure. Patent Iledi- ;
1tterhig d ea It eornneuce8 rrese soj1jduo'Y. Lite of sdLL: Cjunty, deeia ed, and nk fora dt iiii*.iou to. V lands in CIicrol.ee, and pay a .fiKcNAUQilT 4 ORMOND. arucle found useful in Paint BrnsbM, FancY Article, V
I 1re One IS aware of it, the lungs IJLME1LJcffert.oii I will also purchase (-jules. jilt luiL'n almost every Fine"Havana -:
Seeds Sgwm; 4
th.tt JOHN Garden ,
R Kudien ehange and di>ehnrp) us sucli executor. fair price fur them in cash.TEUMS.. Newport, Jtmuary 14. 1854. the Si'iitlLami-tig vhirh somethiiu; new, novel and
'ufuirfitueM exposure
Feb. 4. ISM. 5 He has recently per brigs Sawyer ana JMotitiuk.
,retun CU1.f produces an iiijlonmtion, und iu a County. l time afflicted, to-wit : Pulterrimarhet's Uy a Lace and Fresh supp/ofovety vanet.-

teat tO's e4' ., it is said, he i or the died of hasty Groceries, otc.I Examining and reporting the value of a lot of 40 Notice. dro-Eeetrie! Voltaic Chr.ins. AH of which will be sold of articles usually kept by droggUtsI. 'l'hantneact',f LV
ia the
fi? For all troubled with cough yr price in cash will be lower thin at any other Dru; Eotabliahmeut will alnavs EiuI at this wUUahroent a full
SLMI'0 Yolk and New Orleans, acre. 3 00. T11IE highest paid at nil time Physicians
( ce would refer to the advertisement UST received from ian.iinnand: reporting value of a lot of ICOam .I_ by the suba nbei for Hides. Deer Skins, Leather countiv selling the sfime articles. supply of eVery tLiuj needed,and on the uost liberal
lunj con 5"of this Judsou's Chemical Extret .J fi W. LH. Cuiolinu Cijari" Deeemler SI. 1652. 62 .
paper land Cotln Sewl viz .
10 00. and Sea I' : terms. .
Suuff ,
Railroad Sc tth ,
011 the f"Clierrv ""J Lu''PworV'' which aid lobe a 1 Bbl. Cundlep For tiling:, 10 per cent on the amount sold for, iu Prln! Hides. lU h> 12 cents per pound, DR. MAXWELL Orders from the Country promptly filled 'and sat- (
Star ,
fr t1JI awful dineiiw. AW Azors Tur- 5 Boxes instance. .. 'trkiflc.,25tii 0 cts is fact ion guaranteed, with regard both to V prices aaOc ..
; Cure the BhKDiied Apples. every ___ :.i. ,
crrutn l3atnl thC g1L1tt fur all discuses of 2 Oil 1\ily references of- character V ac-f. given V .ui .c 44 i..eutner, 1 1 to vn cts per 4' HAS located permanently in Tallahassee. Resi Duality;i icytiician* preacnpuooi carenuJy cc

it -1 Bbl.: Sperm! lure if required. dd"-- Sea Island Cotton Seed SO, to Jj:> cents per bi- hel. one door north of Dr. English's. He will pounded. -

nur. JO JJMs. txtra family riour, \v. A. LEV1S. Att Three nuvy be sent to any of the numerous Commiswiin attend to all call pu.mptlv. December 24, 1853.V SI V :-

::= ___ iiR 1 Bale Bagging Twine. Cummiiig, Fors-yth County Georgia. Mercbiiuts,or dirc to me, and nave all clmige of No%ember ly, 1853. 40 Cm V
I E D 10 Boxes No. 1 Brown Son p. i a.uimis/Kn. SAMUEL HOYT. Glass, Oils, White Lead, &t
2S, ____:
th f nnj' of the 7lh iust, in St.Johns Church, ALSO on' hand. .J.Iuuary Charlcstiu, S. C, .Vu. 14'j L'.ist Cay.Jan'inry Seed Oats. -| f\f\ BOXES Window Glow,aaiorted oizea. -:

On 1>*& Right Fey. Bishop utlcdSc.. Mr- A l lt of Onions Goblun chenp.Butter for planting Notice.LL 14. 1654._ tin _4J )Afl BUSHELS Heavy Seed Oats atJIODGKfcsS JLUl/ loa kegs White Lead,pure,extra
7.gflaes. M'g MARTHA JONES. Superior indebted tu the pulsciilcby note # .tJu i SCOTT. ? barrels jiseed Oil, V
AGE to
New Mlnes. District Court of the riLed Stales
Brown Syrup. and settle the
.io 'k' Sugur, INNISS. t. or account- requested to cull lJt'e.3l.13. 52 52 6 Lard Oil. .

For sale bv G. t J. MEG arne us early as jKiBtible. H.i\it'! ; m "Ic n change inaiy FusS the 'irlhcrT.? District of Florida. 20 Keg Zinc Paint V

Florida MIIItIa February 4, 1S5VI. 5 4t buMness arrangement? n-ndeis it necessary that MONTICKLLO HOTEL. 10 packages Tire-proof Paint, (bble.and i bblk) -
iblf.JTaii.gS.lb54. A T CHAMBKRS. JAX, 25, 184It is hereby ordeiel -
EXECUTIVE OFFICE ) Sheriffs Sale. ill present ilueti bc'bettled us vaily ns p. &!- t\. that the Term of the said Court ujipoi'iiUdby < ;;- dArT. NEWMAN having closed hit hotel 2 barreU Rectified Whale OU,

12 1S5 C. from the 4 __ E.: F.AUXAKD. .iIL'-: and the subscriber having purchased aDd 2 Train Oil. 1 bbL Copal Vamwb,
Dec. __
TAU.AIUS.SCE, ) virtue of writ of lien firi.-is: i iued law ti> lie held on the first Momlny in JHi.uiir ,
B Y a Middle) I Ju let I that large und commodious brick Building Gpiriti TurpMtine iu barreU and at retaiL .A gene
Circuit Com t. Sales. heretofore wljounk-d to the first Monday in February up
Order No. 1. office of tl.e I) Cleik of Leon Florida Land mid aTav- eral assortment of Colors Bruihe uid otherPiditeti .
General i is South of the Court House, formerly occupied us ,
Oucal plantittand ) be end the i is further
wherein Gotten t, same hereby
appointed Adju Ciicuil ofFlotidii. will offer nt Auti, before the iii post- tie Banner materials. D.U.AItS11. V
and known then
CARAWAY SMITH M hereby levied iii: Eubsniber era by Mr. Go *lUcud. as
I June .MvinlrtV
the fointh
i defendniit upon oneil uinl ailj'iurneii to 'J'th
and Ia. 'rtftr General with tlie rank of BriGocnd irndiorHadQnahcrs Legrund Brown Ilou-o d.mr T(l hiur of UK Court lL-u>ef the Cotnty tf Duval.mi j which ( House, takes this method of infoimhig the public! that December 24. 1853. 51 i--
tant p will for Kile.bef.-re the Court day of ilaroh next ut time th suuie willbe" V
and aeciirduI1c. mid VXKC of iiiit, all th, IGth sections into hutch and V
respected 3d Biiid
obeve'l May
aud *ffl1Owfrnor the Gth day of Wednesday the fl.c iu Tulluhn-ree. he hu* Converted the building H ,
the of Tiilhdiassec. on Monday, held, ut Cupit4il Wines Scraps &c
F.. BROOME. in city a-share of No ,
JAMfS solicits
said public
County. resjiectfiilly patronage.
dc-cri m 1. II. hUONSON V
and .jrnmaudcria. March, 1651. wilh-u legal houis, the following Ik-fore the tl""r of the Court IJo'ie in the County Judge. jtutr.sorexjx-nsuwill he spared to render those cuna1 .rt- OLD Ofard Brandy, Fresh Dates tt
$. .4.
.Taniiinr 4 4r
JH- the Governor: bed property, to-wit': oflantl. more or less of Xitesau ou il., id. y. the 8th of May next, all tl.t utile who may vi.i; his hou e. The well known Liverv Port, Claret, .- V

Two bundled and f-'rty n-res ai1'l County. ( Sale of Laiiits. tiirmerlv bv Newmanare Madeira, Old Port Jm'ee, V
F L. ViLU-riort, about and u-hitlf 10th t..tCt1iiIiiii the hancery Stables, kept Cupt. connelted ,
Pini'lrie one "
Sea clary f St alt.Valentines.. situated tin Foil-* : nineteen ir.ils lU-fore tie ds'iii uf the eouit hIist..e iith.-: County ofSt.JohnV Adm'r. tc. with tie Hotel. E. Ii BLACKBURN. Sherry, BparLUng Cider,.
of Mill.and about W. I). >iosJev,
miles West Hnivey'e ot May next,
ii Saturday the ith: day Moulicullo.' December 21, 18..3. 51 London Porter, Scutcli Ale
P..rkl.ill dcc'd
T.LV Sa.i/L ,
1'f ,
biiuth-AVcbt of Talhdia*-ee. iu't-aid I Leon Circuit Court Iur Chcrri 4
fnid defendant and di I the Ifith( uTtunw County.Uefore Brandy Peaches Brandy ,
Ije\u-d 'ipuiuis the )pr.'ptrty lloii-c n the County SODA WATER APPARATUS Sardines
the d.H.r of the CV.uit l--pity. Raspberry Syrup, ,
wilt i.f tieii f.u-iu neei.rd Union Bunk of Honda, and |
d nnd furATaale old sati fv suM ail
to be to of May next,
Valentines,just iecwv the 10th day Freh Lobster.Lemon .
1 \ !*ortment II. T. IILOCK EU. ShernY. of riiTiiam. on Tuesday, t.tliers. i J FOIL MAXvrAcnni, MIAWISG ASD BOTTLIXC, Strawberry
J. MEG INN1SS. in- to lae. 5.
4 Shad.
by G. 6 It By A. II. FELIEL. D. S. the IGth tectiotis m sail C.C-nnt'unty.rcthetl'rofthe llm: c m the County Y Ordei of i Court, I will offrr fir sale. MI Mon'ay. OF the latest and in *t approved construction, "- Salmon, --
604. Ginger
February; ii. 5t ; B maiiuf-ictured, and for sale with explicit printed
February 4, 1654. 5 Jlon-luy. the CC-l d.iy of M.iy nest, all < Oth; diy: of February next within h-L'd Pine Apple ** Clams. V V
'if Oruise. i'i. JOHN MA.TIIIEWS -
directions fir its ,
ue, by corner
Farmers.TTAC1IF.D hoar.-. lt-f're the Court House iu Tullulut-see, the f.J-
Attention f.iid ( Preserved Quiocaa --
sections County. Jelly, ,
Leon Circuit Court. the IGth 1 Ill of first avenue and 2Gth street, opposite Bellevue,
b. lance m three equal lo\viuir landto it: u
: tomy 4t Livery Stable. Terms-O.io fouilh) C.ahi, the ; New-York. The eataUislmient devoted exclueiely Currant do. V PeacbW
\ is a Blacksmith shop in w bji.Ijkiuds ulu Elizabeth Iloldemes, Adm'x of "'| auuuJ iustiilmcutt, with iiteret in lr nei-. The S E } of' Sec .3. and H of N Cf sameeetI.'ui manufacture only of SODA WATEE MACUITI- Sparkling Gelatino! Tamarinds, 'V
In ) VA1.1El.flegiter the \\ 4 of N W n.i S W i of Ht-c Ci.ull to the J '
_\ of work appertaining to tbut buijtieS James Huldemess. d cca eJ. Chnncery.vs. I). S. \ $ : : and where be Flavoring Extract, Spices V
United Stales
in the ,
Bill for specific State of Florida. T2 N. R 2 K. Al o tl.e N EifNEfN LiLY iU% may '
in good r-tde, at short notice and on asrtRoiiable S. per- of Public I r.i of article connected Yeast Powders, Pickle*. .
i* iu the Strong and Chrisfoimance. 4 \V i f of St-e :C. in T 1 N, R 2 E, (in acres,) the whole found a large assortment every Corn Starch Salad Oil V
: terms as at'any other shop city.Fannuu Christopher January i8. 1834. with the busiuea, including Materials, ic. Establish- V
such as Turn Plows, Scout c if. tianu Strong. J JIT trit'-t c-'titJiiniiii: 5l-M> acres, more <>r less; BoM on nc- Olives.-- Capew -
implements. Cal Years.
; made and made in this that STTJOHN'STNSTITUTE.nPIIE count mid lUk offjrmer uretuer. The terms are ?) Worcesterohire Sauce Cocoa. V
Ac uffiidav'.t cause
Itbj.! devices. Heel Tins kept ready appealing by December 21.1853. 3m Jil ,
ctituit1v oa hand. This will afford Farmers anonnortuiiitY defuiidnii'"Chiiftopher' ; Strong, resides out 'f the Cession of this Institution commenJ. nii' half vr.-h ; the other with iar-r. st e.n a eredit of English Mustard, V D. IL Allt3. "

of supplviug themselves without being Midile Circuit of FluiiJa, uud iu the SluUof Misbis- cud s.ii S'ivt Mo-nl-iy, the t-t'u iuat, and \\iUclos* the first twelve mouths. BENJ.Master F. WHITNF.R iu CL.iu'erv., A ROYAL STOCK December. 1853.-l--s. 5 1 V

41CVe'i. P. B.UROKAW. Thu .d.n iu Jone next. January 2 ((11.)1S54. 2KERTOPOLITAK Of Carriages, Ihtggirs, Harness, Saddles, FRESH GARDEN-SEEDS V V
Februsry II. 184. 6 8nij1.LLCHTO1GERRE1N It in ad-led, That the said Chrictophcr Ftrong du The unJtisigned is happy to inf-na the public that Stock and Tools ,
the bill of complaint uilt'th l ln-u-iu Joux UENNEIT Collars! Harness'Maker's OHOWTH OF 1853
appear und uner l has teiured the bcrxiees .,t f Mr. a< SILK STOCK.

GALLERV, (>r the same will be taken for eonlet--i.-J against him : l'&iiici1ial| Teaeher, for he no dojbt vill give entire REMOVAL. Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, JfC., A Baga, Flat Turnip,Cabbage,Beets,Ac.,jtut

P1 kd. Thut a of this older be pUh'.ihieIVh iusonie ha several earn lieiice, and RUT .
ovr.p. BARNARD'S DRUTI STOEU.ri ui Copy fciilit.facli! as he j expt IS JCST NOW APPEARING V VD.JL.ULS.. -
ia the Middle Circuit of EDWARD LAMBERT & CO.
newspnjier published fuinii>hvb huh testimonuls of(|iiahrk-ati' December *4, 1853. 61 V
HC-'ubsc'ribero respectfully announce to the LJIL wek for the f four niuuihs. _
Florida once a t-p-iw IVrsouaislui.g to enter their boiw. procure IMPOJrTERS AND JoBDKKS: OF
dief and centleiuen! of Talluhat-sn: and \icinititluit AT CuAiiBLCfa, I'Oth Jununiv. Ib54. tickrts of tie sul .cfibcr, us he has cliarge of the Intitule NEW FIRM. NEW GOODS

their Onlli'ry is open daily for the reception ofM WAYLL3 BAKER, Judge.A and the tuition must in every case be; paid to SILK AND FANCY GOODS ltiRASDA-CAF.ItIAGFS AND BUG(5IC8 ,
iUr% Scn.-Jajs' executed. Jlinifttuies tnlvtii f all True Copv-ATTEST: Mm. JTV&VIG nr.Mo\ri THEIR I!IVL of all sorts -union:; them some of the NOW ON HAWti1

fires mid ft.1-s of the art, Ladies aud gentlemen. are HUGH ARCHER. JR. Clerk. llourd can be obtained in the village on reasonable NEW; WAIUIIIOCSK famous sand bla.tiir .t-diiMliug,stump-surmount A MOST beautiful and toned attortmrnt offl

.-. U> cull aud examine their tpccimri:s.X. February 4, 15I. 5 4m tea iaa. ing ; which will g<' tweuty miles an hour and \. GOODS which will be sold low for CASH and

U tructins given ia i the art, and all kiiid* ofJaiuoruau Notice. The ra'es cf tuition per ,c sson i/l live months are XO. 55, tllAMBERS ST., XEU YORK, sti1.iiily pattern wail the h<>rss, being specUlly adapted by for the Psod iictionx of the country, at a small advance
fur -
; uiatcauls sale.KUHNS A: BA1L1IY. Insolvent Estate lb fulo\! .' (orroITE THE I'ACK.) strei.gth, and hi. h finish to the [corduroy] linilwayer on the original cost, at the

11. 1S54. C ly STATE OF FLORIDA, thi's.Tap'iy'! and Reading.. $C 00Viiiiu Invite tli attention of the trade to tlcir SPRING >k-e. C.'urtiug Carrmges f sir polite younir gentle- Cash and Exchange JJotmt of

February Mudisou County. :\ : MiJ AiithiiK-tic.. .. 15 OULnjhih IMPORTATION if ,i.-.en und Sulkies f.rthe so-dieposed. The well known

I- Watch Clock Repairing, &,c, 1L PATTEBSON, ex-ofucio administrator of Grammar, Gctfrraphy, JIisU ry and RICH SILKS, John Gilpin SADDLES, upon one of wh.ca that world HODGKISS & SCOTT,

notice I JOHN\ Armstrong deceased, having this day filed l iK't'Tie.. .. . >. .. .. . v DRESS GOODS reuow neil Captain V 8UCCESSOBS TO

.I.u1: citizens undersigned of Tullaha&ece gives and to in the IVohatc OShe of said County u wr.ttcn *uggeigetlion Elementary Algebra, Double En'iy' IJ> >kKwjii'iig. SHAWLS,, '. PixIe fourteen miles in fifteen Jays! 5EO.- W. SCOTT &, CO.V

that he believes said es-tule lo be ui-inhttil : Xatmal J'Iaul."phiv. 1-s'gic. And never looked brhind litni"An.

itf Syafi. urIunJiug cfiuntry that iaving per It is tlnrtj't>re viJirtd Thai ull jn-rMins having I'laiu 1'ny
niiuiently settled iu this tity, he has >]>eiieda M'utch. claims ntraiust said estate do uppeur and file the winu* Surveinu'; .". .' 16 00 EMBROIDERIES, &c s-ervice. S-Mne of the varieties of HARNESS have ji3 ?n absolute and ample equivalent for lung crrdi.ls "
Clock and Jexrt-lry repaiiiiigebtablUhiiifiit,here air Merchant throughout the United States are w.Iw I.e be in goods of the best quahities.Litest and most approT--*
ill the offie aforesaid, jiuthcnticuted in the n amerprctciibed Latin. Greek, Mural mi l IiiUlu-etj.il l'iiil"so- l hvtii "icail of. b'-.t d'thalrs nr.i-t seen to appreciate.
kindb of ivotk Ue1'iiziiig to that line of Inifim-Es will by Liwuu or before the 7th div: of August.iw4. jihy. Anal t lieu! (Jcoiiutry, and the Calculus ited to cxan.ine our a-Miitiiidit. which, iuOVELT .'. All! the WHIi b wuriauted tohurt if well ap- ed styles, at the LOWEST CASH PRICES. V

Le pei'formed with -cpatch aud on pixxl terms. For ALEX. MCDONALD. ... .. 20 00 \ RICHNESS AND VARIETY, pii-'d. or will be taken back, the money returned, uo Our assortment will constantly be enlarged and enriched .
tb ? pret-eut, hib thi>j) i* nt Um No. 1, M.,niot: Hi>UfCuu Feb.4, ISM. 5 Cm Judge of Prolate."TULVFRMACKER'S uutfi.rlaaati'. hive : is h.e'ii.-iel U> he iurauar1as--d in tLU 3Ietr.1s.hi| -, and 5. questions ::bl.cJ. end a rtceiptgheii in stirrup leather. by fresh supplies, and w'ill embrace the entire
further can V
ktuiro Untrance iudic\\ed by a JSI'tTMii( TVrMjiiSihinjj ii. aduptt-d to tIaA ;want, of the very W-t trade i" the i' These Whip are vl the iua e kind tic poet wLLed inI vanety of goods demanded in this market Annexed
liH\iug Cl tks ti -*>Jing iemir] vhifh they il<> imt d.' l-\"adre( -in!; JAS. L. M SELEV, I ba GENERAL SCHEDULE:
HYDRO-ELECTRIC country ; all of Jtieh will l*> ofkril lit Ca-h ttnl! first I every loifltt hand V
sire to hno iemnVc-1.will: b waited on at their Ii.u.&vs. M.ulii..n. Ia-i. '_'". lr.4.. 4 Sii't. I I Embroideries, Laces, ISbbous and Trimmings,La-*
cla ix miiithbuyers, on ti.e most f.i\orabe tea USV tliroi .h the worhL"I
s > Ij *- To lash the raseal n.iked : '
iu Iftter. All vnkn\. j dies Fine Dress Goods Mantle, Shawls end
liv intifvinvj me pcrsou or bv CHAINS ; Fancy
7. I-t. 01I other
VpLTAIC Jamiury Patent. Sole Leather?an-1 ,
I 1 h al
runted. .1. SlIONrELl. $30 Ilev.'ard.AXA | ive # many Cloaks Fashionable Bonnet*. Gloves. Mitts and Ho-

Jl.iiirop HoubO llnom Xo. 1, uj t-lnlre. i NET and iiotcl m-ideof applting a powerful ) VAY fruiii n c at pl.-.cc. on11ilI j TRUNKS, in wl.it'h the ililllculty i t. timl the keyt fi ry. Heavy and subdfcmtkl Dry Goods,"Blanteta,
:! ICIIie.Ii.il flglt, S', C<'li u..l i Jir. t'l JxWl'IU U'fJcr '_d( my | hole! nevtrul tte Imving I uiij -nvM-lves in de-
Ff'-nncv 11. Ir34. C 2m {Sntim3 );, _, ,Jj\-. the Tilli lilrt.. lnV li-jlio Iil.lll. I MONROE HOUSE articles. Clothing. Boots and Shoes. Hats and Caps, V Baling-
I.e t-kin. il.i--n.dJ.V09 other
-t'Kllnelitc.. next txi tl jfntlucin? a c.ii ... biikicm.i.ti'fit.: All ,
/ I bi-t-Atvii 0 I 7 !- and Saddlery, Hardware and Cutlery, Gcna.
OI) ri-tiji- S..i l.y an Rope.
For New York. J.14llt. UlsilIIelrOtCd, cii.'.sit if I cr.i .IllittjiI. ( TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. \\ill J.e sold Kw t.. facet tl.e cxijencuof the times, V
I aod
L Uae' thin) Imilt, ,ftik ijuiek.h Nails and Hollow-ware, Crockery. Fanov Boxes
\u ... .1 tt tj
IE wc1!! kn.vrn bnk. It. II. Onat will Acting IMMLDlATE I1iIEiuioiii the ,\. acute \. n <11u71 in an-vrry! l.ahi> foi fp.q 'ii mie of \.j.\ ; HIS well-known J.otcl having pas. ed fr.nr ami to eho-e -tit f
I- ,Va hate amuidiftted Vpati-h f Oi i Iiau hLIVti:41' pain, uu.1 iho u i NI]ii.\n-iil: ecuof ull h.ni'iiut Jl iir: .t tin-:,i$ js.iut. 11. i.n xt'rv'n.vil.' iLV. the I :tnls ui Mr. E. 1 1'. Mnor*. into I iln.'..e".1! i I the buhilariue lelecraphabiut tie fi.il of next KIOOU. Butter, Cheese and all kinds of Gioce*itt and JProvtV

: <.t ii, ilcXAl'ttUT: .t O1LYOM I). It has "eldoni failed to funii-h :dn, :.i t iiiNtunl relief, who vi11!! hti a hiii in soni** iT'xxl jail, and dirt et tli.- p..ble: th..t. he i is prt-paie-i U (i.tei tam trus-i.-It I Iaiii REPAIRING done os uscaon short notice Cotton and Tobacco!

wjMit! F.lruan-, 14. 6 iivl a finul, ] ..rniuii.Mit vure bv bi-iu UM d avcoruingso Inc \\oid, the uboveum.itiiit will !he ]ri 1. [H-riiiaiii-nt eii-tni-scrs with tl.e Vt the hi,u-e aff and reasonable! t-i nis. I'ikiiin! wI.o have" "clippedtho Liberal advances made of V the abov
tliuctii.il>, iu the following . :uvl I i.t ia rn i.iah she n "-'St ss thf times will iVi I : c.>lar! an-l broken the traces of party, can be n'xtd en HODGKISS & SCOTT.

Pioneer Line for Charleston. 1t1sctaiIl.I1, Ii 1I uti( I'..tnL4.UL Ciin Co, I"a.Janmrr mil s.f. The li'i' -e is well biipplied with si rvnnt>, ati'i Ji.'aiu in no time. articles bv 46

i lIE i'a 14t Scliuiiier Etn1iire,' Fi.l., Sei..tuo, Puljiitnti <-t the Heart, 2?, -iPr.-S. 4 41 evi-rv cinixii.iiie to make yueets c.giirtatlr.! auJ __'alluhuss.ee.! Dtcemlur ::4, 1S3. 51 November, 19.1853.

iliict.r, i io now KuJing nut! vi'.l li.iw indifjtatdi I I'liralv i', lVii' iial) Heuduuhe I the pri>p---tsr w il! ?1,3Te un paint s' !lease th
&n51lIv for tLf above hulL For tt1Iat -ng..geiu. I'uiuful 1 und Swelled Jnce.Neuialgiu Ten Per Cent on New York Cost. '.tv< r him with thtr | tron.ge. An eMvIUiitLixVry V V

iiV. apply to MtXAUGIlT V OUMO.ND.XewjHirt. of the Fu-- ', tJrnerul I).-bi'.ity, rtuble ju'joii'; this I.til.| C. A. BRYAN.TiilluhrtMc. lIE StatseriIir will ofTt-r at Auction, in the city Hidge Road and Coates Street, fbiladelpMi.Inm .

fcbruary 1J, Ifei4. aFresh Iieo.es i of the Spibe Puiils of: the Chct, I fl'MIKsub-oiilf-r,j ; :' rontompUte a ehaie in their buI January 7. 1S34. 1 tf I T ('fI't.nmae..lz.! on Monday, the IStii c-f March. Founders and Maiinfaeturera( .1;
iMine and l l.s.u tl. .ir stinkll\ c\l\ 'Ritttxre
I rulatioiiN ti tLe 1tIMWL4V5I.I'S. auu tTTHnTTflTlT: anaAST leos ana ailv
leJLict und Blindiu-*, lltericb Dvhjnpiia.AIA. 1-5&, tie ICUi bevtions m lolluwiog ages \\f
Supplies. i fir cfl>/', icj.t groceiief,) at 10 jn-rct-nton XiwV Fresh Groceries. }' t. wit : ; knu'a of ORSAMESTAI. and ARcnrrEcinuL I-

)ISIAMS .uk coi-t, by the nie or quautity. or \vIii('lit at 1-i Tuwtfmps. uo5 WORKS, Iron Railings for public 'and prmUGround.
tI UST landed fiom Brig Tuvemeur, that are caused by a (U licit: nt amount of ncrvou* flu I jc.-r cent unv g"o> tl.ey have.; To our punetud: ]>aye J.j IT'ROM New I"e"ii.'J Oilcans. ptr cr. PetUs, 31 West, 1,2. 3, 4 und 5 North .-*, Verandahs, Settees, Chairs, Tables, ae. V

b bUc. Ucfined Migurs, id. lire greatly relkved if not jicinuui'-ntly cured, 1ycimply \\e thall eniitinue to sell u< u siiU. Tli i t>toe.l: ofI 10 Casks S2 tZ.4and6 .4 Particular attention paid to the enclosure of Burial

2S j Sarks I'M and Muracnibo Coffee, wearing the clHits fr u ft-w h .uis each duv. I the present and approaching; : hea 'in !> tt!.l l a-ss.rted.) do l'-.i-i! Hams :r.S: 4 and 3 Lota. V

1 0 lt. llirara S ith Flour, Be it unJeietoud! that il 18 not claimed llml it cure* aiid gi( itt Imrzaini. c.m bv made. The public ine r -- :S T..'ie s rfu :ar Cured Hams, SI 1 an.l 3 South. More i Gallagher's Book of Original Design- an4| V

20 fluxes rl 11. Chcet-e, all Jipcancs, but only those for which it i isncoiiimuidd p>e-tcd to call und c-nilir.'K'e this oj.jwirtatiity of njiph : 2 lIoXi'8. "IMC( Teis4ut. Also Lot Nos. 1. 2, S and 5, cf Sec. 1C, T.2 S, Pw List of Prices sent to persons wishing to make a Mlection. >
Diied ApjJcs. L4uorh, Wine*. Ac for -ale byMcNAUUHT Co; ) b' andd
and( moreover we bcldly claim fy that u' ing their vjint-s and by pnxiug' the earh a Land- 51 W. q

V A OJIMOXO.Xewjwi medicinal agent of any kind huh p<'rf..rmed bo iiiutiv : t>ouu amount will b<: i>u\<- I ,
t, February IIlit3 C ewes duiing the List ear of those direuies just turned hAY\\AItD ARANDOLPH.. S lhiilLa..ti i Suaur, three annual instalments, with interest in ad- V
-----V.-- 4u bhs.! R>mined 'IV hi-key, equal Selling at Cost.TUB .
us January 21. 1R51. 4t aNew ). anee. Or if all he juid in cah live per cent ou the V
Fresh dii tVheiAkPy.
Supplies.T Piilvermacliei's Circuit Clinins credit inaUlaients will he deducted.D. undersigned is now offering the Entire .
( hod! b's M.iii"n rhuluhiokey,
ANDING fom lirijrs Tavcucur, Lsvacca and And to prove this aj-M-rti'Hi, we defy any jK-r84>u to Stock. 2 ) li Star C.indle-i. S.WALKER. of Goods, in the Store lately occnpicd -

LJ ilerald. aud Utka Gamble and C. \Vjim*. I il produce HO many we'd authenticated) : Cci'tiiicjites t.J'ncieutitic $ A STOCK (it Wt'hl lcted nrii?*. ansi 10 bbU>xe nivl 20 Kegs Lard, Rry' t ;
bnckH100 1411e8 lluy ; 5 sacks Coffee; bu bbU.anl I'h\Dtcians-uiid inUlligeui jinticiitt-a- may IH? 1.. <'lilIIS4i8i, ju.t ru-thfd fiom Ni-w Yuik, 26 bbs.! MoLsacs. December'l7. 1853._60_3 in_ general variety of Groceries, Fancy and Staple* Gcodi,

4U L-A tbWHour; 10 do. lleliued Sugur; Wi e, Liquor found in a pamphlet of C pagce, to be had (giatis) of fiiukint my bt< ck complete. Tli". e wi-liiug puih articles BERRY i ROWLES. which must be closed. Call and examinet The entire

Cieee, All1' Planting Put&te5, Seed Oat., the Agent iu this city. will find < v ry thiiiif conan,..rulv ki-pt in Jrnj 7, 1854.' 1 Ei'pIug's Compound Fluid Extract of stock can lie had for less than New Tt rk prime

tLl hollow au.! Hardware, Cat Sweeps, 1'lanta- Tlie Elect!ic Chaiim were first introduced in Francein .Morf at A. H. WILSON'S fleW st ,n". Xewjx, Fla.I January trcz : cost. A rare chunee for a bargain can he Lad by any

Fur) Iruu ul ,by uhorteJ bites),.h.NAUGIIr IIurie Iio's, : iti1 Bojs. tc. 1850, and' after being subjected to the inotl th
\ ORMOND.VeIriVFclrLIi. (pug!) and lijrid tnul, by the first medical men in Pan is to Xw Y"ik.I. Mess I'-. T ouly by mjself, I offer t<, Physicians, to dealers 2m
1 1 1 Dec. 31.1S53. fi2
--. .,_654. __6 they were found to iw.i.e< fctrnn e f nd luarvehlsna,. ). t>.- \i s h'-retof.irc, nil Officinal Drugs and Chcmiwils ou 8 Cueka: liuei; Jii :: in Druys aiid to all persons laboring under derange- jFresh

Jefferson Southern power in relieving pain, vhf-revt-r ajipUed, und l Liv tra/ranh J'ort.'cev.port ilo do Shouldtr'. uteuta und diseases of the
Rights their influence \vereit.troduced: into the horpitals of January 21,1F5I.I 3 2 KIDNEYS AND BLADDER, Supplies.
hhN. anl 20 h.ilf bhls. F'Itmr,
MAXUFACTUIilXG! COlI' Y.T that city, und HBI> tecurcd by letters putuUt by the --- SO 0 hhln. and 1 C half bbla. WhL-key, as a mo>t relubl" remedy. T> ECEIVING from the HERALD, ASA SAW.

lIE tOCklo1ders) are hereby notified that an c1.c. Freiii-h Govenimeut, Manufactured Tobacco. 1 hlns. litat.igehidtVhaii.key, 1 do lint offer it merely ns a harmless compoundbut .[ YER. GAMBLE and CHIPOLA, V
tion rJ( five D.rector. They are now introduced in almost Ho'j4tal 4 to PharmaeutiealSiIfiirr Extra Northern Flour No. 1 Mackerel, V
of said Comjuiuv vill be every RECEIVING further eU-ek of some eOO Mohi-sses. R'IKL:'.-, lc, lamliu from Scl.r. Ptte, ns a medicine prepared according ,
Leld at the }'wtury iuildiug. vu Saturuay, the 5tli3LL.lit in Enghuid, (;erlnanv. Ausiria. J hug1 ium, and patented lUST Tobacco lower : h'sMNALJGl1T t ORMOND. -such a preparation as a regular practitioner Western jBbls. -
lj oited Manufactured at <
lU <>xe* Ubt> auth! for aie
at 3:! ucloek, M.iiv in thine couutrics, where they huve Ix-come the niObt would "n many oecasioiMt if he could-and iu S. F. "5- Kits VS
tkui it lie b ,i'lit: in of the large rnir- January 7, 1834. prepare
nriecH can:
{ any Newport
order of tie Board of Iirect.rs. popular curative agent iu ih- world.lliey Lct8 Xorth. Trailers will l hs well to examine sumpl'ilitfoie the uUcweof it, Uses Bume, or all of its ingredients Buckwheat Flour, Dried Herring,
SA31L were first iutrtHhiced into the United States iu form. 4 and i Kegs Cod&L. .
sTEEcs, s. their MockVill f. r\v'ard and: Blacksmith's a grosser
February ii, 1b54. 6V about one year since, and went through w ith the same or.leiing Spring Carpenter's Having once practiced Medicine ns a profession my Eng. Dairy Cheese, Dried Peaches, .
uith A
trial a* iu Europe and were at once introduced inevery samples, prices utLtehed. to any df-irinjj Tools. self. I otler this elegant extract uuderstandmgly. I Goshen Butter, Apples, '

Adjnjstratorjjce. Hospital in New York, whete they aie cow in credit to Jbt I of( Ajiril will be givcu where any cjuaiitity FINE and well selec'c-d clock of the above land- desire Physicians every where to adopt it. And if Bacon Sides, Green --. V
i is I). J ADD.Xewjoit .
A LTmorw hauug claims daily use cff&vtitigcv.ii more wonderful cures than hude.er required. A lug from Brig C.A. Cue, und for wle by th"v feel uny honorable scruples without further par Shoulders, Oranges and Date*; -V

.tt H. O. iU-Lean deceased Against .U estate of before l been uwurded them. January21, 1S54. 3 McNAUGUT i ORMOND. ticulars, and will address me at Columbus, Ga, I will Sugar Cured flame Water Crackers, -V_
llI them t the ofGad deu Couutv, They arc highly reomiaieudez1 by Profs. Valentine Newport January 7, 1S51. 13rockery. give them my formula. Lard, in Bbls. and Kegs, Butter V

'itha the tithe uuderbiud, adminUUKto'r, Mott, Vau Burcn, Poet, and others,who have published Wakulla Iron Works, : Let all persons who fear they are diseased in their Sugar H Syrup Sugar -

bIUTLMI; and all indebted l ecribedby/aid law Wtt.pu w they i1l be their views of their power und value iu several! of xiwroirr; FLOKIDA.rpUIS \ Kidneys or Bladder, use this remedy, with the assurance Clarified Sugar, Soda -

t4 tuake to are req uc8ted the medical journals iu that city and ute alo in the for sale low, of relief, if the case is curable. I refer all to the Crnshed ** Lvtuon V V
Ilhds. Cioekery,
\ and
nient Crates
mmifdiatily. daily practice of recommending their use to patients. Edtabliehment vt now in full operation. All A FESV i V label ou each bottle, for a list of diseases for which Loaf Graham Bread,

February ALEXANDER E. GitEGOrty, A full account of their opinion rnny also }>c found in X orders will \attended to with) piomptucss, and to close a coubi'nmt-nt. If>vMcNA GUT! & ORMOND. the medicine is prepared, and! for directions.I Rio Coffee, Stewarts Candies,
11. mi.
tt ,w very pamphlet, and -ut to the addres of any IKTS"IIin all work done with noatnt, und deputed. 1 would respectfully say that I prefer to rely upon Java B.S.Almonds V

Notice. the SUte. by npj.lyiiijr(ptit.t.paid; ) to JOHDAN A All kiudc of wink, Mich n tza1taoi k, Mill Woik, Newport. January 7,1834. my reputiitiou as once a'Physician, since which for Apple Vinegar Brazil Nuts, .

4as from tlVe I.AVIDSOXQuiaioy. Florida, who are ngeut* for J. Gin (Jiaiiin: Sujjar Mill, Circular Saw Machinery'Shafting For New York. the last thirty year* as a Miiuster of the Goepel. to H Sperm Candles, Eng.Walnuts.*

PJIHIRTY tai first puU Uf.tld teinert. i08. Broudwny, N. Y., nsrnt for the U. S.riie .- rullejt.lIangeiB, I'louh Ca.tinp.ISrai immeAate bun'lie of certificates,but if I must resort U>certificates, Adm't. Zante Currants, V ..
apply to the ittioraUe .1. Custingi. ic.-t also, Sugar Kettles, of size, kept lIE new Fri; E. RtTiiin ton. will have had. L0\ ICK PIERCHC Onions Ac. V
.3 udge el tt eireuit Wa1, Chains can be Bent by mail, with full description any tr Forfrcicht multitudes cm be Table Salt, ,
Court f nstantly on liauiL All work lone in fu'ch estubliMnnent despatch fix the abo e port. V V
cult of Florida, at hu oi j Middle "Clr"Bkcr for use, ian GiW0jt.. 25 1853. -ALSO- V
fur an -derto Kiltie fii0 the tity of Price of Chain*, ?.1 and $5.1'liyticiaiis will be done by us, with! n particular regard or passage upplv to t "Dr. D. Young ia Columbus, will atiend to or Damask Table Cloths, Napkins, Tidies, Linen Edgings

JrewF. WrtLen. EhzabeO, S. WjiI..vl ett of AD. are politely invited to rail and examine to the strength and durability of the wi.rk. McNAU3UTi ORMOND. deit for me. Worsted Victorines, Foulards, Mou De> Lain*

iufaot children of Horatio mad liorath, tLel coujtrucUon, nnd pronounce irjou tlieir.merits. Competent Woikmvu always in readiness to put up Newport.: January 7, 1M>4. 1 For sale by JORDAN Jk DAVIDSON, Agents. Fancy Priifts, L.C.Hdkfs, Emb'd and Plaid ShawJa, -

ceae.d I, to-wit; C \va ONE WORD MORE TO IX VA LIDS. Endues, *tc.Teruw __ Qumc-y, }'la.,JaIL, 7, 1 2m [Sentinel copy. Long Shawls, Brown Linen Irish Linen.Bl cbad aud-

Lot Xo. ]. 2 and 3 in No will bo liberal, and all woik done strictly for Salt Salt Bard Muslins, Heavy woil SUits and Drawer. Fin
S.etk o, 00 need l fear that they will not w'eomplisb cash,or accepted otdm KI some business fiiin in'thu aid B. BROKAW'S do., Linceya, Dumsti,
L..tXa 2 in fractal Station 23. iu'1' just 'bat claimed SACKS Key West Salt,just landing, P. Bed and Crib Blankets. Negro
the con"Ji who have thli.y can do, anil Dli place Tullahai'see or Qauinev. 5 00 Plaids and Stripe. Ticking, Denims, Satinets. Kersey
V .n County of Leo, and State of Florid for sale by
three hundred mid ninety down of pat..nt. disgut.d swith a csietsut siuriiig Liberal prices jisiid: for (Ikj I Irni,. G.pp r and Brass. McNAtGUT i ORMOND. LIVERY iND SALE STABLES, B, Osnabur, Balv Rope and &n awortaicnt
acres, more or let*. (httlcd swiH,) are kindly All letters mttet be addressed
and (post pnid) to FLORIDA. -
IL A. WHITJ4 Uuardj. z.plite1y inwit..j give tJa a trhLl. iLlLJ'OND ii. One Chain V $ -L I'wr
February 11, I854.Copartnershlp. iti eketric Wr lVast fur 'estru snd loss nnne of January 21, 1S54. 3 NcwPoit, Flu Proprietor would inV Such as Clothe* Hamper* mid Basleta, IfuVet Ita
I by
adult or child. For Bale' and *** ** "WI5ed to citLerJORDAN Potatoes. TIlE his friends and the kets. Salad Spoons and Forks, Strtk :Msitets, Towe

Notice. by Boots, Shoes, &c., BARRELS PlantinpPotatoes, landing per C __ public that he has rebuilt _ Rollrrs, Rolling Pins, Pottc Smishers. Sfllebob

TIlE undersigned Live this day entered into a. coparhierthip Agentii(: < MADE AND REPAIRED 3 0 SO*, rates, and for aile byMcNAUGIfr& his large Brick Stables at the old stand and i* now Sticks, Rocking Horses-, SatrJwfo. C pert Ban. A ORMOND.
in theWHOLESALE February 4, )4.D4. > *y, Flu,hia. prepared to accommodate his friends and customer. tc.: :HODGKISS- iSOOTT.KoTembcr V
41 'lIE subeiiber. in asking n continuation of 1 19,1853.
V. LJacJcsniiih 4ft- 1DTgtSTV
L NswpoIdinU1U7 7,1354n He also has attached to his Stables & good
AND RETAIL T. B. LAMAR jiutroumrc, gives notice that he has received Shop where be wrll have done aU kinds! of -

a stuck ofthe very beau! quality Superfine French Fresh Supples. Plantation work Horae shoeing and Carriage -woik V

Xtt7GvmxNEIs: FFEItS his Professional services to tf,. publi Culf- kin, imported English Sole Leather Patent Lcatner. ECEIVING firom'Kew; York,Baltimore and New in die best, mauaer und with promptues and _
very *
tSSDEft THE yjLMK AXD W He can be found'at the former residencV ,rf n7 Boot Morocco, and every other article sppertainiug 1? gire
L i Orleans dispatch.Novembers. ffPIJI friends and tthathabM'N.4.L4rTY ;.:
Jame. Hunter on the Thomaville roao\ to a Boot Establishment. These materiuU are of Cnbbsges ahd Beets, 44 tf patrons
& Fresh Gotheu Botter' 1853. :- Ofifc to its rendem J k he.
MAXWELL. .moved *
from Ta1hibaseJanu.ahy28,384.. the most eujierior kiud. and will make up Boots and Onions and hops,
ill be 4 cm Sho gif the very best dcHcriptious. Rejiuinng done do do in}r J""'!* Chocolate and Cocoa,, -I. AolIan and other Pianos. building luxtwn ns th.w Wyatt Howe T, adjithe V
plid to thek ClauSe, lU
aee fried Western wbe.bc be Joa 4 .
d to order. immediately South of the UuiouBank. dwelling of Dr.Taylor, mrjr ;
' Jr_ p&t of t the old stand o(E.Thu uard, J. Jl. WAAS. Pine Apple Choose, V.1 Tomato Walnut Catsup do BERRY 6t GORDON times prepared 'to serve those, ub n jjw*ai.cr..
elgu tj DR. JOHN p DUVAL
; and Clht Mortar, co ot Monroe ; January 14, 184. 2 t Soda Biscuit, Peaches 297 Broadway. vicds. The terms will V be CaA,'or trben esUedr '
; Brandy
a fuu snd geuend streeti, where they keep "TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Lemon do Cberrii Any referenees can b gyen if iwetssarrKB. .. ,.
awortuet do iSmvmaFigs of Mosicand
to their line of of at-tici asppertaiijinr Fire And Marine Insurance. Water Cracker,. V

do rf S'"V n wholesale and retail in Pianos
the ) aicrg. ,
of Butter mailatfl.00cts.dirt. ;
sentby ,
their frieodi and pur g V.- ;
te pib THE Savannah Mutual Insurance Company, bar PicLled Oysters, for the celebrated..JSoliiuv V *' '"
January 28. 1854. 4 Sugar Meli !lions uud Music-Agents : Kovemb tlVtBS \ : ,44 :
} J. injr wiablwhed Agency in this Fresh Lobsters, __ __
Soup Ja V City, will Dned Herring, Gnind, and other Pianos made.by HafletDai VVVV VVtL'E5 V :_: ';'

o. MAXWELL MEDICAL NOTICE.V. take Fire and Mariut riiks on Hie most favorable Baltimore Roe Hainng, arUines, & Co. Boston whose Pianos are considered superior V NV&V ; -

terms. Apply tol'.EIL1NS, Agent. Cud IA .. V Maccarom, allot hers. Great bargains in New York,Pianos,
Candles, U>
January 14.1654. 2 9m Cord JI tn' Sperm and Star hand Pianos and Melodeons. Music *ur..
W.EPPESIi second
ras. THL F. ROBERTSON & J. Sugar Clarified and
baring located to Tallahassee aud associated Rice and :Flour.Ofi Bacon Shoulder*; Java O-ffee Sugar, in mats? plied wlw'lesale or retail nt the lowest ntes. .Ber 'TT9't1tD inform

jjOUSE and Lot in West of TaIa1i themselves together in the practice of Jlediciu?, offer BARRELS Prime Carolina NOU do SIdE'V Stuart Candies ry-Ji Gordon succesoors toT.8. Berry 291 Bruadiray.PiaiM y7 4.

Ooeupied IL ibetr Prsft-ssioual terv'tcn tx> UM public.CT Rice Beet TUIOIs I AIm nLIS, to let
0'(1ad .tacij by Arcber 'a.jj >20 bbk! Georgia and aroliu Klonr, NeW Syr6p, V Filbert* 'P. B. H, D. A Qp's Julian Pianos have th latest
Office overtly Store of Messrs. IIgs. Ac. &c1LODGKISS
App to
For sale, to srrire .Sclir. JL L. BavU bMcNA do 'ioDec. j bbla., Capers.
41. T, AECUER Residence of Dr. Robertson,nt the ParsonageM' .f,11w per do & SCOTT ( .VOWmg. I terms oLsU be reuo ,, VP
hl411i ly
3,1S6S. V
"""palChu'ch. VTM. F.Jui.2e.ol. ROflL'UTO S2 >:
H U54.jf 31 18& i
J/W Newport, January .
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(arb, DR. MARCHISI'S Furniture, Chairs, &c. New Fall and Winter Good j ATTENTION LADIES. NEW CASH 8'OR$.

--_- W'Enrenpw requiring fromi E would again call the attention of our custom.en BETTON A WHITAKER ask leave to

31 GILIBB4TED. UTBOLKOI, $. : :,.:.- : r Asa Sawyer.nnd' W, and fnends to our well selected stock of M- rail your attention to the elegant assortment oj Cenllciflta! lad L'. l dIe Ipj

: JAMES GADSDEN fe OCX' FOR THE CURE OF SUFFERING FEMALES. _-- _- will op milt our Furniture.rooms, AND WINTER GOODS" OoodXtntivtJper Waeiiia' aDd adapted to your 1 aNEW ,
' a handsome and well selected stock of Nuw t..rkCitv FALL sole use. All

Sea-Wand & Upland Cotton Factors \ TT STANDS for its pre-cru- made Furniture and Chairs >5z: which we are now receiving from New York and Baltimore & WINTER-S.- FANCY. 60fc \
JL ineut
curative Mahogany Secretaries and Book Case, consisting in part of the following, viz Edgings and Inserting.
Subscriber .1
in nil the ale now in the
! powers Marble and Plain Sideboard THE recent
1'op. *.
.t General Cammurian Mert'Act I diftf;is for which it is Centre nud Sof\ Table, G ROCERI]. s 50 p'cs Georgia Plain. SWISS Ed'ngs l Ins'ngs. Maltese Edgings, and well elected Stock of ..,.:
pc's Washington Ker- Handsome
called Valcncine ,
recommended II II Bureaus, !o Boxes No. 1 Soap J20 -- ,. .
No. 62 East B.y, FEMAI.I2 COM.PLAINTS. .4 \-ashlla''u.l". 2 Boxes Washing Com- '"!. Sniynia" Real ., FALL AND WINTER FANCY
ij,24 pieces Brown Plains, M Sni COODi
Saxony >rua Flouncing
Cil4PLS7VN Extension Table, pound.
1 M. c.W Mahogany. 40 Boxes Tobacco, of all I'ln' and Plaid Blonde 'aWhite selected with great care, w New York and faij
.JAW GADSDKX I Of these are Pr ,lap IJrt'akCnat. phia, an who .
|> ) '4 WorkRosewood qualities. I Lln8CJ''T by experienced Buyer perd :
* w ', JAM F. EowAao, t} Oppotite P. and M. Bent.JUcBAao "".' :: ". BUS Uteri: falling Imperial. Young Hyson AS Apron and FunntureCh,, Goods. or rouble in their selection Our Stock .
Centre Work and Tables
N : of the Womb Fluor, Fancy creased and i
' E.Scacvxy, ) ; Bl'k Teas, ))10 Bales Cot'n Osnaburgs, replenished monthly ly tIat
F S.ptemLr1O.I83. 28 0m ; \ or White; Chronic Mahogany Wardrobes, Lemon A Ra berry Syrup 2 Strip'd do J TACONET Cambricf, Sw.s Mwlin mit desirable Style of Fa hlonltt ( -.I'
a .
.lInnti.u aud Ulcera- Pt\.j"t.a. Rio LnguiraA JavaCoffee.S and 1 Br'n and Bleach'd Check JJnok" er, if we find it necessary. Our Stud
.. WALTERS & WALKER, tiou of the Womb ; Incidental Toilet Tables, Whatnots, Brone Hat-Racks Quar- : Pale, Otard. Apple and} Shirting. Striped! NaiiisoT-k part of of the f'towiiigtMouselains .. .
tettn B. .k t Tablr, Music Stanls. High and Low Fi ltICoI'd" Ciirtiiu "
Heranriluigr.or 8 and' 10.4 Brown ;
.t Cotton Factors, and General Commission : Flooding; Painful Post Bedtload, Sofas. 1'de-a.tehl, tc, ic. 3f.noiigehala Am. Drallcty,1 and Rectified> and cf-Blcacb'd Slieeting, Lineu Bishop's Lawn. and ca.hme"

Merchants: Suppressed, <>r Irregular Chairs t f great v rietv, Whwkev. ,s1 Bale I5r'n Jt.'n DriB Plain and Figured Monselain .

i Ulo- Meiihtruatiou dC. Carved nnd Plain Mal.ognn) Rockers, Jam. and N E. Rum..Liuf'n Sheeting and Pillow Mourning Goods. RICH ** CanLmcru,

with all their accompanying evi1. (Cancer excepted I.) Cane Seat. and Hack Rock L AftoU for the Pioneer Line of Packet between matter how of how HosewtlOtl..ud Oak Chairs.Sewing I Marlboro. Carolina nnd "
no savcrc or long standing. Maple Rockers JIaderia and Port Wine, : IJoml-Bzines, Hair Crape Painted ilonselain and 1
CHARLESTON AND JST.W-rOHT. The Catholicou far s-irpncwB other remedied, in being Chairs, Misses an* CLfldreu's i. Sperm and Adttmantine'. Franklin Stripes. }'id Silks French Black Cashmeres and d* Lain**.

'I Boyce & Go's Wharf; more certain lc9 exrwwive, and leaving the system and! Low Cl.air. Candle, ,',- I/c Bed and ilattraw Watered do English *- -

in a better condition. Let all person inten'a-t.1 Nursery and Refcctorv Clirin" C114 RLESTOX; B. C. : : i BOWLES.Xu -- c.
ed in Fuch a medicine call find obtain a Butter, White, Jcd! Yellow and :

; H:: WUJOT WALTEH. GEORGE H. WALTka (free) containing ample proof, fron highly respectable : >ember_12. 1S53.- _45___ Crushed I/naf and Clnri- Green Flannel Handkerchiefs. SUPER Blue and Black OrereoaWr' f'

It: T. Txikm. sources of the happy results of its u"e, together with -- iifd Si'gar. ,Blench'd and Br'u Cotton Broxvn and Mnlbcrrv OverVlBm
13, 1852. 82 letters from first class Wanted, : T ADIES Eml/dU'dlf*. Ladies Hem Ft'd irdTifs.J II Black and Blue Frock Coat,
August -ly cxperieuced phy.iciauVvh<> : iiTKeg & Flannel,
Powder i Kegs .
Jlidl tIle ,
.1 -inn/\ DRY on11.1' iinr.S: f..r ,. C'bric .4 Brown M
Bordered and
hue used it in their practice and *{>cuk from their. Ke" ,too; .'egr Blankets I: Tap
1UU market v.ill V paid byMI.IHT t *
. A. PERRY V7 highest pri-e Tweed Ct4t., of Color:
o" n (.hserv tiOlill. rowder Calicot'I, Satinetts and Ksuprit'r very
: UUST. :2 doz. Canister* n !
I ( 15. 1853. 41 Clouded do
Collars & Sleeves. do do
Baltimore Md. .
Jhntts'I-Prof.: Dunlnr. M. D. ; -- -- Jennw.Cnndv. .
article ,
- ,
ATTSaiSY &T LAW, J. C. OtT k. }1. D, Baltimore, Md.: P. B. Peckhnm. M. Bale Rope, &c.ITEI11 I I Crackers, iltibtnrd 20 j.'es Fauoy Tweed Cas- Collars, Embroidered: SleeiM, 4.4 di> Blanket Coat*.

TALLAHASSEE, FLA. D. Ut '. N. Y4 D. Y. Foote, M. D, Syracuse, N. Y.. Steamer aml Onion diners. EMRR'D .. Lace Blue and Black Blnaket Co ta.
RUST revived OJ
M. II. Mill. M. I), R-el.ei.ter. N. Y. L J). Homing.M. & bav.jtn.t per Grev lo dCasimere .
Lndie Ho
May! n, 1S3. 10 L Day, from New Oilcans Yeast Powders, Matches Cotton e, of all Honiton Setts of Sleeves A Collars. Ca..sinft d.II
D, Canandalfnm. N. Y4 W. W. Reee. M. !)? City cud qualities.
of New York W. Prescott, M. ). Concord, N. II. I 70' Coils Bal R-'pe. Pickles, 4.a' .
; Gentlemen Cot Hose
JOHN B. GALBRAITH, 1 Bale ltjriiu? TwineS 10 If superior Pegars, n } Silks, et cetera. Kentucky Jeans da'
Pamphlets con be had gratis at the drug H tores of
all .
.1TIOR1IEAD COUNSELLOR AT LAW Bbl. ALSO a general assort'f qUlthll'II.rneni a.
! the following Ageutn.PALMER. \Vhikey. LACE Kilks. White Satin., Hitnelah"Cloth d.
I.mnL'.001 and G
Tallahassff, Florida. BROTHER, Mont kdllo, 10 Suj>erfiue; Flowr of Iron find Steel.ANo Country Made Hone, Mtrc.-hline Silk, Hlack"Hnrt'nce" a i'eter4nun de
6 Kegs 1.Mt l..ar.l.O"t"h'r ALSO nn assortment of Liessee.r.l'k .
Office in tIle ; SAMUEL PULESTON, do. Ladies. Shawls Gloves k Crnpe -
tir up-klalrs Capitol Immsdiately of
: 2t. lS3. 41 ad.Il'n' c.>n"itinij }'ig'.1" TnrUtor.s 'd Cnls.
D. 1 .AjIls.: Tallahassee as .
adJoinin the Senate Chamber. [Oct. V. 40 -- ---- BridIc"SadllesMurtiiiBonnet, *,
ABEL GUIFFIN. Apalacl.ieola.Dir. Staple tootls.; gales, Stirrups and Uilt Br'ii.: Bl'k, and Col'd I-lai Bl'k Wat'J" White Silk IlIullioD.lwcaile" Alexander- KM GYM"IMIf1.f'

D. P. HOLLAND, A. IL BUEXL1IY: Alligator.PF" KENTUCKY Bagging S'.utl.ern Lo,11 OsVga, Thread. ]WLit Wat'd Blonde nrk.NetL 'a ( !! do Black and whit Silk Gtn,,

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, : Letter addreMcd to Meter Beach & Brnwnton Vauclu DRY GOOn Spool, Knitting and Work- ; do Buckskin _

; : qai Florida Agent at Xewljorrv C. II S. C., by Itcv. Re<. C. Hale R"pi Virginia Co pieces Georgia Ker-evs,< lug Cotton, Ribbons do Lisle Thread

j Dry, S. Beard, of kauie State. Cotton .Manilla Kopts, S-4 7 8 .t ..4 Sl.irtings. Together with a variety of other articles, all of which, & Trimmings. do Drab Beaver

tk TT71LL practice in tile Courts of the Middle Cir. Gu: s SPRINGS.Jan. 9. 1S53.Mf Negro Blanktts 4-4 6 4 A I2-4 Cotton and I w. will sell nn as reasonable terms as anr 4.therH TJOXNET A Sari h Kit/us. mack Silk .F Frfnrw, I do Sup Chamois Lined Borfia Olem

tt cuit. and Jackson and Franklin Counties. ; rs. r EArn & BnowsSii : I s.-n.l for another Mnciiiiw( do LIIK-II, Sheetings, .use in the citv. HEIR & RUSt J 3 Tatffta
t,1 October 3. J Sl 2. 42 tf bottle of jour "Mar*'liici's Uterine C'alholicoii." (;rev. Saddle Blankets (li.-taw Str's| October J 15, l't;;S. 41 Velvet. Cap
:i My wife ha Ix-eii ntflicted for eleven yean'. and a variety ei..t.II., White CurduuIItf Plain. - ----. .- Silk Braid :is..rted, White it ColM Bobbin. do do Silk do

e4; WILLIAM SCOTT, i of nieaiH has Wen rtHort..1 l to for r..lief.lut none. 3 t 1-4 l"lIilln" Lowell Hats & Caps. White bilk Fringes, Snake Cord & Taj*.. do ThiJ>et dodo

i4 ATTORNEY AT LAW was obtained until I reeeited this inedu-ine from ><>ti. Hi 4 Heavy l led Lint-u O"nllt.lIr. Taffeta Silk do
9 Its influence weined nlmct inni cal ; there was a 9 4 Whitney Wyoming hirlillgl, 1iII';%7 f: are just receiving a large tock* n$ Gloves & Mitts. do Cashmere do
MONT1CELLO, FLA. IV from New York .which will selK| %
from the it taken.
manifest improvement day was Marlboro Stripes A PlaidsJ'utuamWide do Silk Fleece Lined GIovr.

._July SO..18C3._SO_Ujan_ As Intro are a great ml1I'I11"lcll* iu our coutitrvlabirhig Cliatobrav StiijK.-n, SUtsrs Bro. Drill .'Octolrl5.1R53.. hEIR 41 A RUST. dd''icrir LAP IKS ass'd.6 and colored"Silk'Kid Glovo. do Bover Gauntlet.

uiukr the affliction 1'r 'fLicL"our medicineproixes Coinm'l Plaid lillie, Naumkeag "
ERSKINE & D1L WORTH 'w Beaver '4'I
A remedy, I feel it a duty to recommend it Super II.1 Apron Cheeks, WATCHES, CLOCKS, AND JEWELRY. Cu.Iimre Rich Dress Silks.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW to all such. CLOL'GIIS.BIIAUD. Vie Rock II. Green ..
-.4.sTOWLE -
J. Minrnisi & Co. Proprietors CeUrrJ Dcput, t04 Gala II. ,_. Clams & MYERS Buck OauntletU, RICH Black and Fancy Brocha Silks
a Plain and Pkid -
. MOVTICELLO AND QflXCY.JOKK Ncw-Yoik. Bl'k Silk Mitts, ]
Broadway. Plain ].i ht"Green
;l E.KIn, Quiuey W. S. DUWOETH, Mouticllo. January i4. ]Sl 4. t Cm Limey Baize,, Funnture A RE now receiving and have on It Worsted 4 Figured de Sou
4liL. '- hand their Fall supply of October I8. 4* to Changeable Silk.
t July !S. 1858. 29 A LARGE LOT of TOBACCO SEGA US Brown Glasgow Stripe, Buckeye C Ihambray, GOODS to which they would re- 04 Striped .4

I and Solace, at HODGKI&8 BCOTTS. : White Dom. Flaruul. Green Tweeds, ejK-ct fully call the attention of the public: 4. Black Italian -
HA1TIS f. POD. I. L U. DAT1IWOX. Wool' Gold Medal Insolvent Estate Notice.
November 19 1658. I. Silk and Satin
46 Gold Hunting Lexers bv Tobia. Kept .
4 DORY & DAVIDSON, 4 4 Ballard Val Welsh Flannels. a E. D.Johnson, STATE OF FLORIDA. ) I' Black and Fancy Amur Bilk.

4 ATTOSNSV8 AT LAW, Bonds and Liabilities of the Union Bail, Cadet Excelsior U"nd. J.au- Twilled Red
QUINCY, FLORIDA. sale by C. .. COM Milford .Linen Crash, Gentlemen's! Open Dial Gold Levers. D ANIF.L I T. LINGO. Sheriff and exedminis- Mantles and Talma
FOR Ladies Gold Hunting Levers,l.v Arnold Davis Co, trator of the eotafe ef John N. Partridge late of
6 Stone Street New York. all
practice ia the Middle Circuit of Florid, Blue II. 12-4: Ilamiltou Sheeting, Embroidered Mantles, in color, .
.4 a RICH
'.4 WILL in the Eastern Conutie of West Florida.All .- Dccmbr 17. CIS. 6y tf Shaded I/oui.iitim Cooper Co, laid County dece.ned. has this day filed in the Probate Dutches Mantles, (Velvet Trimmd,)
OJ Watches of all descriptions, office of raid county a written suggestion that ho 44 do
l business entrusted to their cr will receir prompt Notice, f.-rino" English Family Silnr Hunting Lever, believes the E--tute of said John N. Partridge deceased .* Fringe. do
Jeans 4-4 Calln Empress
D'k G'n ,
aUto8t. Arkwright
Silver Hunting Anchor and to l le insolvent
Lcpincs, common ; "
Plain and Embroidered Silk Talma
1 C. WILSON.Nov. .
December, 1tBAKER tl months from date the undersigned Executor of Bright
SIX Watched, and Marble Mantle Clocks. Thereupon notice is given to all pesrons having Black Cloth Talma
last Will and Testament (John) Isler,deceived C, 1653. 44 .
_. JEWEInFiDe ,-. claims against said estat to appear and file the same u Lavender Colored V.lv.iTm4
& McIVER, late of Leon Couuty, will present hi. final accounts FAlfANlTwTNTER with the-Judge f>t Probate for aid county.,on or be- Mantles
J ATTORNEYS AT LAW, aDd vouchers to the Judge of Probate for Leon Cmintr." NEW GOODS; Gold Cliatalain Chains. Brareleto, fine Coral fure tie 14th day of February n< xt.Til -
and ask for J. S. ISLER Pearl and Gold Bo-om PinEar Rings, Cuff Pins Alpaccaa, &c.
a diecharge. Executor.
TALLAHASSEE AND QUINCY. FLORIDA.WILL r 1'MIE undersigned bogs to announce to his etietoL O:. J .C1TA E.
January 21, 184. 6m. 8 CulT Button1, and Fin cr Rings: (:tentlemen's old Black Alpacca,
niers anti the public that lie ha jut received JuJgt 'if Probate.
practice in the Middle aud Western Circuit RICH
Fob, Vest and Guard Chain. SeaN fluckle and
: -- -- 'a
--- Blue!
nil the recent arrival aud is DOW > >eiiiii cue of the May 14, 1858. 19 9m
aud ig < j
Couutiea of Decatur and
r Administrator's Notice. Keys. Gold lliimblcn. Gold Pen and Pencil Cases, Painted awl Figured Alpaca
most extensive, varied and ortinnt of
Oa dllIC/'lt Tooth Pieka G ili! l Pens. (Jold and Silver .
: mouths from date, the un.leifigned i Adminietra- (GOO US ever brought to this market, all of which are Spectacles.Iuubhe Notice. Black Bombazines. -

BOLLLXG BAKEE, .A. N. IT'IVSU, SIX on the estate of Mary UKr, decease l, late of offered on the mo t n a'''nuhle tcrl And for C'aih, Eve'"Iiln r Spectacle, Silver and i'earlJard months after date, the undersigned adrnmietra Canton: Cloth.
r.. Cve<, Silver nnd Inlaid Porte Monaies. Tioqiiet SIX .4 and Tan Colored English 7r uC
Tallahastet. Quiuey.ft Leon County, will present his tinalacCoJuDt and vouch he will not be undersold! bv'any hou-tp in this citv.Novembers. of the Estate Alexander Hendry, decea rd.
Holders Fan, Ncache I t'pk.l'ort Folios and
cr to the Judge of Probate fur Leon County: and a.k 1853. 44 n. C. WH. US. Papier will his final German Merinoes.,
late of GndsiUn Cnuutv. Florida present
January 7, 164. 1 - -- Albums, Flower \t*t.os, Tea Trays, Girandole", }'ar. Parametta Clothe.Cassimeres .
for a diBcharge. J. S. 1SLER, Adlllilultrator.J.DIIUY and voncLrs the Hon. of Probate of
: Dress Goods. account to Judge
lor anll'31( J'l1nl'', GI; ::fo JOSEPH ir/DoPOXT, ___ 21, 1854. 6m. I and Fancy ilk. Clusters, T.ib'e )[at". Pocket Compasses, Sur- said County. and ask to be discharged. DRI. &c.

FAIRBANKS'PLATFORM STAPLE F.tiglishiFloreiice "t'J"tM' Chains: ont Field Conipa*, House, Tea, and GEORGE A. I1!
r" ATTORNEY LAW. T Hand Bell September 10, 1853.: 38 6m T NGLISH Casnimeres. Philadelphia Jean
e QUINCY. FLORIDA SCALES and Marcelline Silks, I1J Caahnoaret. Black Cloth (for Talma*)
-- ---- -- -
; Silk TinMtie, (aMorted) SII/l'EU AND PTATCD WARE. Jeans Tan Colored Cloth d*
.1' Kentucky
t ti, ; continue to occupy the office recently occu and Won-ted Notice.
WILL &ral. Silver Table. Dt.1..rt.' nnd Tea Spoons. Buffer Ohio ** Brown do'
1 r by the latefirm, of C.:U. & J; IL DuPont, Berage Rol,(.s, [\iiive and Silver Cu1''. Plated Tea Set" Banket IX months after date I hall present my final ac-

t';J i aDd to practicein the adjacent Counties of the Middle! alH'C. TUB ACT Fvlill Dresses. (A"ortJ) Castors, Urm, Fruit Stundn. W niter!. Butter Dixhcs :: counts and vouchers to the Honorable Judge of Ladies Handkerchiefs &0.LAD1F.s'

'.t-1 and Western Circuit He will also attend the terms XNOWLED1DSTANUAIiD. PIil. Clu.llr,1 sud Poplin Drae.4s, and Caudle Sticks Silver Plated Forks, Table, Des- Probate of Jefferson County, ac cxeei.tor of the la!twill ,

, .f the Supreme Court in Tallahassee and Marianna. Agent"-New York,FAIRBANKS & Co.69 Water theckt.La H"had.-rc itule, sert. an.l Tea Sjx>.n". and testament of George W.Johnson late of J eC-- Plain Corded. Bonier Handk'fc.

.:,.. tt 4. January 7,1854.- 1 July 18. 1853. 28 GIn Striped. .. 'h .. H' _. Fine Double Ham-lied Gun". Shot Pouches and fer*>n County, -deceased- and- -ak.- ,for..- .a"dismissionS y .,, t do 1T.Hemstitch",' -do.
Mriued ana (.IlCk(1 r rsian Cloths.Canhmeres Powder FII\ b. Eiv liKh Caps, dun Wad" Cleaning from mj executomiip. J.L.U .' >KA.>J>.iL. "*V --.r. -w
J r' JACKSON J. MASH Administrator's Notice. aud .triu"u. lodii.[ fine Table Cutlery,with"r without furkto. Car- br hi* attorney in fart. WK. Bt'JI I do Embroidered d.

i DEALER IV ALL KUrDS OF GOODS, persons having any demands against the estate* Opera Flannel*. vera, flue pookt Cutfery of all descriptions tine Jefferson County Fla., October U. 1853. 41 6m I do Plain Embroidered Mourning Collars dodo

"iG Blowing Care, Decatur County, Ga. ALL O. E. Farmer and G. It Farmer. deceased!, an Clucked ,iiI Plaid Cloaking Scissors nml! Sllear4.Vahkiiig Canes Accordians, do French Worked dodo

.' I. P. BROOKS hereby called upon to present them without delay to JR'lio. Cloths ((aborteJ) Flutes Violent. Violen Bow-, Violen and Guitar AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO. do do Chem ftte.r
'. i Agent. Italian Clotli Luliiu's Extracts: CVognc.
the undersigned administrators and all creditors ( Strings Razor Razor Strop, ,
legs undersigned. Agent of the above Company. do do do t.ndeI'1l1 *
}: t D.sember !4, 186S. Cl tees and persons entitled to distribution in said estate 1J'llbainu aod Alpaceas (assortod l) Lavender Brown Wind-or and Yankee Sha- TilE receive applications fur and make insurance do Bruxell Point Lace Collars.n. ;

;;J .. will take notice that their claims and demands will br Muslins (assorted) rins Soaps. October SO, 1 P5'2. 4. against lofts by fire. on Brick and Frame Buildings do Valenciennes and Honitoo OvIIar-
Thibet Cloth
r.t1 Notice.HAVING barred at the expiration of two years from this date. Furniture Merchnndize, Ac.
I Cambrics. assorted PREMIUM COTTON GINS.
( '
obtained letters of administration on the unless exhibited within the same. ) January 29. I53. 4 B. C. T.EWIS. Hosiery &c.LADIES' .
: Fancy ,
James W. Stiouge, this is to notify all W. R. MURRAY, Twilled PJltA. E T. TAVIiUK & CO.. Proprietor of Hie: Co. ,
::11 D. holding claims against said estate to presentthem JAS. P. FARMER Perian Prints, I umbus Cotton Gill Maimiml.sctoryhave the sat- Gadsden Circuit Court. Whita Cotton Hose,
: person Ginghams) assorted WIlSON.Ni'veiilwr do do
( D. C. Slate
1854. 8w 8 Administrator ) their and the Planter
authenticated, within tbe time prescribed January inlaclioii' loannouiice to ]>atroim
i legally 5. li5t 44 N. Heir 4 James S. Rust ) BILL do Moravian: Cotton Hose,
throughout the Cotton growing re- Gecrge
this notice will be in bar of theirfinal
law --
by or plead -- -- ---- ------ t
; Bounty Land Warrants vs. For reclotnre of do Black Lamb's Wool baa
tl'l1 supply inv number -
'; recovery. I. S. SHEPPARD, Adcn'r.January Hats and Caps. glOli.; they ;aie prepared '
v 0:11\ 7. 1854. 1 8w II at the kiyhrtl price, and procured of their ct-lehralctI'R':101Il'JII| GIMS. William A. J. Wright ) Mortgage. do do Cashmere do

h: N BOUGHT e who have not been able to e.tnbJt .M .F FASHIONABLE imp.. lule..ii 1at( Where these Gins laan been onceu-ed, it would appearing lo the Cuurt by affidavit made in this do do Alpacca do

.,.) Notice. lisb their claims. If any have received a lens H SuperiorBlack deemed iinnecev.ary for the Manulacfuierstojaj IT ', that tile above nauml defendant resides out do Lisle Thread do

having claim against the estate of amount than they were entitled to, let me know it.- l'awmore CitizensI. a word i inllieirlavor I as t they feel conlident( I tie machines oC the State or Florida, but in the United States do Black and White Silk boss

ALL persons L. Thompson, deceased, late of Leon Having had fourteen years experience in the prosecution Beaver" soft elareuduui have been brought to lIclipefrf'clion. that It i. UrJfrtJ. 11"t\ the said defrm'ant! do appear MEN'S White Cctton Half Hose, .

9p. : will them to the undersigned Admin and settling Government cL'limR. I understand I. heir superior performance will I I 1 recommend t them, and answer the Bill cf Complaint tiled iu this came. do Fanedo do do

'4=1 County Utrator,within present the lime by law or they wil fully tbe ways and means getting through the various Otter brush i in preferei.ce lo allot her Gin:i now i in u.t e. For the within four months from the date of the publication of do Mixed do do dodo
:. prescribed iinere soft/
: indebted said estate Departments at Wa; mgton. I hav* in mvossesoion atiolaclion ol those who hvp not used I the Gin, this order otherwise the said bill TV ill l'. taken for do Merino do do.
and all to
be barred are a
II ; immrdiatel requested recoril t'iJence of 236 Florida. 87 Ala Dral Wo.l" a nd are unau| tinted i wit II I heir reputation I the Proirielors confessed: Provided.That a COPy of tl Uordet be pub- do do Lamb's Wool half Ho***...

:2: to mike payment JACOB ELIOt, Administrator. \ma 120 Ueorpi*, betides South C.rolina and Ten Pearl< sqr. suft crown a a need only say, 1 that the Kinvr Premiums lined in some newspaper published in Tallahassee do HeayyBiowB Cotton- de .
! have been awarded to them for the 1JKST GIN exhibited week the of four ninths. do lillIe Thread de
the Florida I for
iu : once a
Miistcr Rolls of engaged space
+:;, w I. -__D_._-_._U__,_18____._8w__M_ nsee War. If you have any persons Quarter Master, Pcn ion or : Drab (Moleskin"imere a a at t the grealState Fair held at A:lanta, Georgia J. WAYLF.S BAKER Judge. do White Silk de

Executors' Notice. Bounty Land Claims, call in. No charge if I obtain : also, at (the Alabama and Georgia Agricultural AT CnAHBERi, October 11, 1B5. 45 4ra -
; Box a
I and Mechanic's! "Fair held at Columbus; and at the ,- ". .A,A 3 a _.ft 1r_. aA"._
. months after date to-wit Friday the 2bt 00 money, C. II. BLOOD. : ltgliIi Drab bearer bV .ta &0L6 V-VJ--
STX : on. annual Fair of the South Carolina Institute, st Middle Circuit of Florida.IX Tweeds,
B. Persons with unsettled businei connected
of next I shall to the Court of N. Soft .1 a HEAVY
Ic J11; July present v' haiJeston. The Cotton ginned on thr- Gins revived American do
_: 1'robatc, fur the County cf Oadsden my account and with tbe late establishment arc also invited to call. 4' C .limtre. black and drab the first I'U'lOinmq'at the exhibition; held in LEON CIRCUIT COURT. do Black and White Washington XefI8J\

: :j vouchers as Executor uCtbe Estate of Reuben U.Hicks, November- 5. 1858. 44 6111 Childrth'"i Heivers and feathers, 'harleMonSouth Carolinaano at every Fairlierejamplesot J.seph U. Batchelor, 1 To Spg.Term 1853. Attach- .' do Cable Kerseys,
-- Warp
:1"1 (deceased and apply to the Judge of said Court for a Hardware. Heavy wool hat for Negroes, Cotton from them have been exhibited. ".. \l nient in Debt. Amount do Georgia do

i'"t \ final discharge: of which all parties interested, ,'iIlhif Genie and Boys cloth.. caps, The Proprietor* have in their possession numerous James II. Branch, 1 please take notice. BUKWELL B. WILKES, MILL SAWS, Screws, Brads ami Tacks, plaid certificates from Plants", Cotton Brokers, Commission Joseph Branch, J -

) Executor of It. B. Hicks, deceased. Well Wheels, Men and Boys Slued Merchant, and Manufacturers of Cotton Defendant and all others will take notice cf Handkerchiefs.

January 11, 1654. 611!: _S_ Hand saws, assorted, Fancy Bellows Leather Jooc!.,testifying that I the performance of Jhe Gin, TilE institution (
'. At Chambers. SAW Carpenter's Knives Planes, ass. Smith's Knives nnd Bellows Forks, Nov. I. 1863.. 44_ D. C. WIT.ON.:_ and the sample* produced by them, cannot be ecclled ,\- and are hereby notified to appear and plead to the MEN'S Plain Handk'fe do Silk d.I'n'l' .
Gins; manufactured.
by ever the rules of the court.
any declaration according to dG
Real Bandana
I! Christina Strong,' ) Spirit Levels, Boxwood Ruler Metallic Burial Cages. All orders for Gins, given either to our travelling HUGH AUCUER Jr. Clerk. Hemstitehed do do do Wrenches, Otter and Muskrat Traps, dii Heavy Silk do Pongee .
V Bill for Divorce.Christopher local fJrwan'pd to the
9* nr Agents or Proprietor by November 26, 1853. 4. Sin .
do Men'a Italian ,
B. Strong. )f Axes and Hatchet, Shears and Scissors, mail, will always receive prompt attention (;;ir;. do Bandana de
bdl Wing-filed ia this case, and proof laving Framing & Tenant Saws, Com. Rosewood 1 Gauges, vill he sent I to any part of the country and warranted Tax Collector's Sale. do Pongee do- Fancy
1I THE Bench and Hand Vices, Patent Axle Pullies,
made before me, that said defendant resides I: I to sive satisfjction.
.i f out of the State of Florida: It is ordered tint bearing Plate and Kim Locks, Files and Rnorm: JOS. L BUTTON, Agent, Tallaharee.Cnliinhiiis BY virtue of authority in me vested bv law, I have S..drles. s

c f be had on the fct charged in lAid bill on the 4thMtttday Padlocks, Augurs and gimlets, THE undersigned keeps constantly, hand vari Ga March 20, 1 l&f>2. 11 ly levied upon and will expose for sale before the T AD1ES* and Gent' Merino Under YeULLj .

: in March xt, at the Court House in Talla- Chisels and Gouges, Steel Square, sires. of the Pltent Metallic uria Cases Court House in the town (.f Quiney, Gadsden County. and Gent Silk do do: Lamb Wool do; LadiJPllli,1
q'. liaasee that a of this order be published Braces and Bitts Spring Balance and Steel- mentioned i tL accompanying certificate.J. Y, GLASS aid STONE WARE on'tue third Monday in April next, the following described Wool Shawls : do Cashmere do; do Embna-
in ; of this eopy State for the of three Callipers and Compasses, yards A. EDMONDSOX.WA CROCKER l by HEIR A RUST. property or"to much thereof as will pay the : ered Thibet do; do Fancy Cheniell Neck Tie; a
t some uswspsptr space Screw Plates. Hammers and Claw Cwuutv Taxe/due thereon for the year Wrwtleta and Sleeve Bes ASTrNs. r
do Elastic
October 16, 1853. 41 State and Elastics;
months, at leas', fore the day appointed for Mid : :
r./"/- hearing. J. WAYLl- BAKER Judge. Stocks and Dies Hatchets XGT", .rri 6th.OC.TILEIII.N 1853, and the necessary expenses incident hereto, to :Mull. Nainsook and Jaconet Mnslin; 'P'4
; Chains of all kinds, Masons' Tro elu, Mr..qsn*. FI" AND Ru"osf tiwynnc's Centrifugal Pump. wit. nnd Checked Sis and Jaconet Muslin; S. .
Attest H AEOOEE, ClftL
r :- r. I ; Cutlery, Shoe Knives and Pincers, :-We wrtneMed I the utility of your or- Two hundred and ten acres of land lying on Flat Jaconet Edgings and Inserting; Real and 1Valencennes

rfM' 'Cw' 4L&1 111M ByJoiisItLwD.C. Nails and Irbn all sizes, Anvils, Ac, tc. nlfntal" Metallic Burial Cap..uled to cou- THREE FOURTHS of the FIRST COST and Creek, belonging to Robert Jinlerl.n. Lace, Edging and Inserting; ..

4 Sheriff's Sale, Butts and Hinges, vcy the remains of tb late Hon.Johu C. Calhoun to sums annually for repairs saved to all who hUGh O.3IcLEA'N. and Honiton Laces; Bl'k Silk Laces; Brussels cler-

11i Together iLh a large supply of Groceries Crockery the Congressional Ct-iictery, which impressed us with purchase the above ; which for Economy, Durability Tax Collector fur Gadsoen County. Blond do; Wove do and Inserting; CajnbniJH
;ij j Fir ft Monday in March, 1654.V and Glass Ware, and \Vooden Ware Oils Paints the belief that it M tht best article known to us for aud Power stands unrivalled in the World 1 The attention OctoTerlS. 1353. 41 Cm Swiss Bands; English Freneh and American Sit

rirtu* of a'writ of fieri facias leaned from the Drugs tc. Also Hosiery and a full assortment of tnin porting the dead to their final restiul-plle of PLANTERS is especially called to its efficacy Collector's Sale. hams. French 4 Chintz; H Tle. 4-i do; SaM

vk! D Ofice .c Uw Clerk of the Circuit Court for tbe fancy articles. D. C. WILSON. With respect we stbrcribe tlrlvel, de fur Drainage. It is'n perfect safeguard against Tax Welch and English, White,Scarlet,Yellow *odOif

fV-f-f County; of Leon in U* Middle Circuit of. Florida, November 6, 18li3. 44 H. Clay, 1 It. AthiBn Jell Davis, the ill effects on Cotton and other plantations of the virtue of the power ve,ted in me by law I shall Flannels; Seliscau.Flannel, for Ladies Seek; &'.

rJ t whereat Beaton tfraetUnd U Piamtifr md Addison Lewis. Cans, }C. <4!(, W. R. King, destructive rains of the Southern climate. Mud[ ,gravnn B expose for sale before the Court House at Quin- ed do; 84, 10-4, 12-4 Whitney Blankets; _NeV.a

.) Jkaden, administrator of Hector W. Braden, i i. de. Boots and Shoes. D. S. Dickinson, Webster Henry Dodge, <| other imbalances do not injure it. It is adapted cyin the County of Gadsdcn, on the third Monday in of every quality ; Plaid Saddle do; D2

,.; Teodant and another writ .of fieri facia issued ertfll 1\l tfEX'S upcrior_Calf Sewed Boot., (ass't) J. M. Mason, J. M. Berrien, W. P. Mangum. for Steamers, Manufactories, Mines, Fire Engines April next, the following described property or so Brown 9-4. 1.4 and 12-4 Sheeting; 3-4, ..s,:

> 1'' from the ame Court wherein WilEae* A. Stewart is .! IVJ. Kip pegged October 1, 1858. 39 t Water works for large Cities anti all situations requiring much thereof as will pay the State and CountyTaxes Bleached and Brown Shirtiue; 8-4 and 104. .-L

r. "' plaintiff against tbe same defendant I hare leried upon 'I HiVYonlb'* and Boy powerful pumps. Sizes of 25 gallons to 100.000 due thereon for the :ear 1853, and thu necessary expenses Table Diaper; S-land 10-4 Brown Table *;jT

r' and will expow for *al ', Ufore tb* Court Rouse lien' and Dove calf stitched Brogans, Notice. gallon per minute capacity kept on hand by UNION incident thereto, to wit: 8 4 and 10-4 Bleached and Brown LinettT O'2

t loorin the city ,Tallabauce.. en Monday the 'th4arolCarcliMxtwiaib 44 "" kip pegged A LL persons arc forbid purchasing or receiving" POWER COMPANY of"U.S,24: Broadway New Five hundred and sixty-one acres of land lying on Damask Napkin with every thing -1

: 1 1 t. legal hours, the equity of calf half Boots, Land Warrant Bo. 49,052, for 80 acres, ia ued York. Rock Creek, purporting to belong to L. S. Catlin. HoL'S S Eru deceased under the act of September 28, 1850, to Edward F. December 10, 1858. 49 *mOats HUGH O. McLEAN. and
r1'i't redemption GI tbe lateHeetor W. BradsD Goat Brogans, Ltv low, for CASH. Give us a call Vf. .
,t l''), in aod to the Cttowwr dMribed. property, to-wit: and Morocco Slippers, Dean, but not signed Ly the Commissioner of Pensions. Tax Collector for Gadadcu County. onrwlvea, (i if you porehas of us.) to p. Jff81\ .

r i 1 Tbe W | the 6 E J, tbe E ,lf E !. and the'"W -IIf and Boy sewed calf Bnigan, Said location Warrant has been having files been and lost;a caveat against its Seed Oats October 15. 185.3. 41 6m equivalent for your money in good of lbs-

E 1 of Sec 18, and the E i 8 E J of See 12, 7 1, LADIES Block Patent Gaiters, ( at the expiration of six Bushels Northern Oats. test ItT1 mod the very beat quality.
from this date "I OH -I- Goods.1XTE *
we application will be made for Fancy *
It !, N and E. ... u Lasting tip" ek 'a JLUU 10 Bbls. Mess Pork, landing to Coe." and THOMAS H.CR1CHLOW. A BR0TB '
I .Tb W |S WJ.WS WI1i W *,''XE lofN W IE Kid: Morocco and calf Bootee*, duplicate. EDWARD F. DEAN. for said by McNAUGHT i per ORMOND. are now receiving from New York LADIES November g<. 1853. 4' ..
W.t" i olS Bi WiNEi,'and the t5 E Kid tic. Buskin and Clipper, 81.1858.: 52 6t Newport, Jannary 7, 1854. 1 vy FANCY DRESS GOODS Ribbon, Bonnet,

.J .t onr." of .see 18._ E i or 8 W i and thiS : v Colored CHANCERY SALE OF NEGROES.B Gloves Veils Mantilhs, Capes and Collar, with a Notice.

,WIfJ1ofSee7IeT1RZNa.dF' Gaiter. of other maneyArticlei,too numerous to men- abAd. .1.>:
Misc Lading Notice. variety ; maD C
''I. .Tbi'SeeSl' aocI & E B off Be virtue of a decree of flrloure. in a cause depending .ULIK 4 RUST. WE..i11 Oii
'$, .See tt, .Vof8 | Slipper aod Bootees and a general assortment final tion. to Mesa James
in the WakulU Circuit wherein Month after date, I shall present my ac e11ih1'that
1.kT1&IIN.ndR; 4 of Child/en'i sad Servant' shoe Nicholas N. Branch is complainant Cr Germany SIX and vouchers to tbe Honorable Judge of October 15. 1863. 41 of Charleston, to those of our frkndejili*
bad ia the life time of the .
been ANDEBStf
.Wkth eaidfroperty ,HOT. 180. 4* D. 0. WILSON. market J. GEO. _.
and Elizabeth defendant I executrix of William Sale.
Germany are will Probate for Jefferson County, u Coroner's
.M Beder l Mk_-erect by way of mortgage alD_ 1=
I to the U a..of Florida br direr deed of inert BherifTs Sale.By expose at public outcry on Monday tbe 6th day oC (I. Clark, late of said County, deceased, and ask virtue certain writ of lion facia issued from October 15. la 1. 41 ..
; March next,within legalboors,before tbe Court House for a dismission from administration of the laid BY -
of i*now levied ray Cleck of Leon Circuit Court Mid-
redenaptioo the
and tbe of Notice
5k 'gage, qtftjr virtue of a writ of fieri fades usued from the door in tbe city of TalUbusee the following named Estate. EMILY CLARK, Executrix. office .' .
ofiEd.o.sthfthsiaid Hector W.Bradeo wherein the Union Bank of
of tbe: .tate ". of Florida, -
cb iit
) a* property ,. ,
i up aa4io vnte'of fieri of the Clerk of Leon Circuit Court Middle negroes, to-wit : Jeffe A*on County. November 26, 1 853. 6m u v. plaintiffs and Haley T.'Blocker herebY given that the 1D1IecriW. 0'OoilmtJr.
ge'eeU other IS
c H.T.BLOOKBR,8Iieritt'Febraarr4.t Circuit of Florida wherein Herring Carter i* plaintiff I'eter, aged about twenty-four year; 7im, aged about Florida and are tlieio administrator of D. A. G n. of the Rute of TTwnw J- Heir.1at.dM1
tut- and -
; aod loMeHrtloaad John Bbult'l' are defendant, I twenty-nine year; Dtniel, aged about fourteen Boot & Shoci, Sheriff .x levied and deceased will ais month after ..
It I nave willexpose
4. ..{. *<: bare levied upon and will expose for ale before the year; Frank, aged about ten years; Tom aged A. every description and size for sale lew lard, i M defendant before the Court House upon door in the city of apply to the Hon. Judge 01 ,1'ro "

."IIIf', -' Coat BOOM door !..TalUbaaaee Monday, the 0th bout Charlotte, about .ItOF' HEIR A RUST. for sale froIII J
} fl.rdaie. *ercn yean; aged thirty year; by Tallahassee on Monday the 6th day of March, 1854, County for a diIebarp 8.nILj'r'

; ;.VKB.y.LAJI. f" well.eejeeted atoek of the, day of MarE 18ft, between legal boors tb Volkrwiugdearribed Jemima aged about twentJtbfeetan; Tom aged 1863. 41 the following described Negro Slave, to-wit on ideUt w.L1j"4Wanted. 1

4 ,. ,&o rH.lN1, aM for j-1oW by property, to-wit: about thirty-seven yean ; Daniel aged about twenty.. Nelson, Peter Harry Rhina and child. Jefferson. CouDti.'JeeelDber. I
i" 11.1.f'.t < -HMR A BUST. One Sorrel Hone levied upon as the I'O of two year and Lewis *g d about twenty four yean, Levied a* the property of D. A. Gaillard deceased -
_. 1 [iaae Uutto aod.to be sold to satisfy aaid writ of fie- and on. child. r ? SIX week after date undersigned w apply to late upon of Leon County and to be Bold to satisfy lbs.. .
p-' vor...;- > ; n fccia according tQ law. Property'pointed out by Term Cadi-purchase* to pay,for title Honorable Judge of Probate of Leon Couutjfor said,writ of fieri facia, according to law. ; DRY limEs, 4 which

Onnier ifr ) .ep Join Staler. II. T. BLOCKER,' Bberiff. HUGH ARCHER Jm, letter of administration on the estate of John 3. D. E. HULL. Coroner. tJ ooo- ke& price will be paid by s&via1:.

aT E O.RBeelwkk.1if 4 By ). H. FELKEL, D. S. Special JkuUr and Comioitskmer. Wilcox deceased,1U of Loon County. 4 1851. 6 6t October S9, J8 s..u
February 4, 1654. b tt February 4,1651 b 6t Jan. 21, 18:11. 8 Gw JAMES BARFJELD. February ,
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