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 18, 1854
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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11 .or a simple explanation of that text, which per. were to be set free at two stated periods in feel British dominion'M intotr Wfti TdM.
Ldle i'II"e Emporium _. To the Rev. Ward Bcecher, occnred .
: -- Henry never to before. It
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----- JAMES GADSDEN & CO., Reverend Sir: You will be aurprised<<: to see do unto others, you would wish [If they If you know of any commentator worth at> chose to submit to that mean tyranny/

NEW.fAll &_WINTER- .. FANCY GOODS. Sea-Island & Upland Cotton Factors a letter addreued to jon by one whom jon were in your circumstances and yon in :tentioo who takes a different view of the matter I for my part would! choose nthei.to die..
supposed to bft dead. In your Anti-Slavery theirs] that they should do unto you. If you prod. him. I but minded.
are DOW in the receipt of their You see am narrow My
'f Hi:SbTber auJ well &elected Stock of New and <5 --- Lecture, aa reported in the Tribune,I find that\ are a creditor, treat your debtor with that And it is not true, nor is there the smallest thought are not worldwide and sfcy-high, .
nJioWI Irge General Commission Merchants, you announced my decease to a large congre. forbearance and consideration which, if you foundation for the statement, that a Hebrew like reverence's. Yet submit that _

)fklll'VD* WINTER FANCY GOODS No. 62 East Bay, gation ; and,with Christian meekness,repressed were the debtor and he the creditor, you slaveholder! was not permitted to sell his foreign have your no right to call me "a pretender (you se.> _
the loud hisses of hearers iu consideration might reasonably wish and him to slave. On the t
CHARLESTON S. C.COL. jour expect use contrary, there is I did 1to
-rJed tritb great care, in New York and Philadelb one very the Independent) because never pretend
who GJLWPEI of the respect due to the deceased.- towards you. This does not mean, creditors peculiar and exceptional ease (Dieut. xxi.
b. aa experienced Buyer spared uo pains JAMES: ) thing higher, wider, or deeper than
; tr L1j!i in their selection, Our Stock will be mot JAMU F. EnwAai, }V Opposite P. and f. Bank., This morning I have read my own epitaph in discharge your debtors 'free. Again: if you 14,) in which a master is forbidden to sell a the any above. Spare me therefore right- I
.z,:and replenished monthly' by the latest and KlCRAED E.Scurcr, ) the Tribune, and even an account of the coro are a slaveholder, use your slave with gentleness female captive whom he had taken to wife- I far your behind the
.nvt dei>irahle Styles of Fathivnaltt Good, or ofte!'- September 10 1853. S5' 8m ner's inquest.-which must have greatly affected humanity, and kindness, rewarding lie shall not make merchndize of her. And this eons indignation :-aa am so ou-I
do not to drag me can never!
find it Our Stock consists in age try
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rr, necessary. WALKER my friends if I hare any left. him when he does well, never punishing him exceptional prohibition leads to the belief that Your
(I(of the following: WALTERS & keep up with you. reverence indeed _
I find myself therefore in the position of wantonly or; oppressnely short just as of all other slaves" he might make merehandize.
Commission will be clear out of and I
Mouselains and Cashmeres.RICH and General soon my sight;
Cotton Factors, Partidge the almanac-maker, who had to come you could reasonably) wish, were you the Again, it is said, M If a man be found stealing wish a good journey. Adieu. _
Plain: and Figured Mousel&ins Merchants. before the public to prove himself alive, not- slave and he the master, that be would behave any of his brethren of the children of Israel JOHNMITCHEL. _

.. ., CashuerM, -4L11o- Islanding the obituary notice of Dean Swift toward you. Therefore the injunction and makcth merchandize of him or selleth New York, January 23d, 1854. _
n.tiJ Tainted: Mousclalne Mousehiins tnd "" Agents for the Pioneer Line of Packet between and had even much trouble in establishing the of the New Testament is, not masters discharge him, then that thief shall die." (Dent'xxiv. V

Black C&ehmeres and de Lainea. CHARLESTON: AND NEW-FORT. fact. It is a hard nl"cl"8sity-'OU may. be your slaves but be merciful to your 7.) Which seems to me to prove that there Neapolitan Injolene _
Boyee&Co'sWhtrfcCUAKLB&TOX difficult to convince; and may choose eras to slaves. -..slaves be obedient to your mas were regular slave market. in l.raeI--otber. The London Times has tbs following:- I4
Gents Ready-Made Clothing. s. C. regard this communication as a dc profundisclamari ters. wise the kidnapper could not "make mer The Neapolitan Bourbon would appearto

UPEH Blue and Black Overcoats, 1:. WILMOT VAI.TEE. OtOl.GE 1L W 4 LYD., or voice from the tombs:-but I will Dot I said something of being leaned. chandize" of his stolen) brethren, .and could have no object closer at heart than that of ,
S .. Brown and Mulberry Overcoats, R. T. "ALKka. try to satisfy your reverence. Yes!, the very idea of a slave includes! the i i- have no temptation to steal him,for sale.- inflicting a series of petty insults on the three
.. Black\ and Blue Fa m Brown aud Olive ** fry of newspapers whose names I forget-and the idea of cruelty; and when 1 wished for a punishment of slaves-with rods, the law declares States, France and Great Britian. Anyone

-- T Clouded*eed CoaU do! of every do Coor do! DR. W. WHITAKER, lastly your facetious reverence, in your paper, plantation of negroes,your reverence, and the that even if the slave die of his beating of the three (powers named could, by the ;

.. do Blanket Coats, RESIDENT PHYSICIAN! the Independent,-all have poured out on mea Tribune, with great candor proclaim that I after a day or two, yet his master shall not exertion of so much force as is involved in
.. Blue and Black Bloakct Costs, TALLAHASSEE, FLA. torrent virtuous indignation, simply be. want slaves in order to have the luxury of be punished; for, saith the text, he is bis the operations of a couple of Ime-of-battb
.... Grey Jo do OFFERS lis I'.r. s..ional. services to the citizen ol .. cause I refused to brand as criminals a large flogging them. Does any man marry a wife money." The learned commentator I cited ships, drive the king from his throne as a
.. Caiwitnere Cabinet do do \.. .1 Kentucky Jeans do of Xash.January Poet. Office buildiujj, immediately adjoining Dr I about one-half the human beings who have children? Yet he who spareththetod, spoil. where slavery is established, a master window corner, and yet not a month passes ffl

... 11 iin e!all"Cloth do H, 1851 2 ly I lived in the world besides. You and the Tribune eth the child. Does any man buy a horse must have a right.to chastise his slaves. If but we hear of some fresh and preposterous
l'deralmm: do -_ and the Benevolists"of this enlightened for the sake whipping him? Did Wash. they are obstinate, and provoke him into a insult inflicted by this petty sovereign upon a

Gloves.MEX'S A. PERRY AMAKER, century, have found out a new crime-as if I ington keep negroes merely that he might passion, his blows may prove fatal, contraryto French, an American or an English subject I
AT LAW there had not been enough before-and when I indulge himself in thrashing them? In fact, his inclination: but a predetermination to The provocation recently offered to France ,.
Alexander's Kid Glove! A TTY t any man hesitates to load his fellow-creatures I wanted to set down the principle as nakedly kill .a slave will not be imputed to him"-for is too fresh in the public recollection_ to need
". ,' do Black Buckskin and white Silk Gloves do TALLAHASSEE, FLA. his fellow-citizens and forefathers, with thi.1lately as possible-that it is not wrong to hold a he is his money. further comment here. So is the ease of.Mr. ; .

do Lie l Threaddo May 21,1853. 10 invented sin, over and above all their slave-from this principle it follows, that it Now, if a man's slave was hia inheritance, Hamilton, which was discussed this journal
Drab Beaver JOHN B. GALBRAITH, other sins, you cry out that he is a caitiff," is not wrong to make a slave work; and thereis and his children's inheritance, and his mon some time back. A good deal has been said
do Sup Chamois Lined Berlin Gloves, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW a thistle," a hideous hag," and a dead no way of making him work [in the last ey, and if, in the whole Mosaic law, there is against this gentleman, but we have never yet .
do Alexander Buck Gauntlets Kid Gloves, Tallahauee, Florida. man. You write his epitaph and find a verdict resort) but dread of the lash. to be found but one enactment against selling found any one bold enough to say that his
do do Silk do stairs in the Immediately of felo-de-se upon his corpse.It This is an ungracious task I find myself that is forbidding man to sell his wife, if school was not forcibly invaded and shut up .
do Thibet do adjoining jy Office the Senate up Chamber.Capitol.[Oct. 9. 40 seems, also, that I have disappointed you forced to undertake. On my side,in this controversy she was also his slave-forbidding it not because by the Neapolitan 'police in defiance of tho
do Taffeta Silk do and the Tribune, which is painful. But whatif everything sounds harsh and looks she was his slave, but because she was provisions of an express treaty with England!
do Cashmere, dodo D. P. HOLLAND, the disappointment is owing not to my fault, repul ive. Your reverence has chosen if not his wife-then-clearly) we are entitled to assume To-day we have two fresh instances of Neapolitan

do Silk Borer Fleece Gauntlets.Lined Gloves, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, bat to your stupidity t For here is your reasoning the better at least, the balmier part. Your'sis that slaves were a marketable commodity .-. outrage to record-the 'one upon an

Qointf, Florida! -I tried to destroy British dominion in the privilege, dear to the enlightened modern among the Jews, as they were amongstall Englixh, the other upon an American subject:
Rich Dress Silks. TT71LL practice in the Courta of tie Middle CirIf Ireland : but I decline to say that half of the heart, of uttering kind-looking sentences.It other nations of antiqaity.I .* The English subject was an Ionian a certain
cult, aud of Jackson and Franklin Counties. American citizens are vile criminalsthere.. comes easy to you (for all the prevailingcants hope, therefore,you will tell your hearers at Mr. Baggie, who, as it appears has been
Black and PaD Biocha Silks
RICH Plain and Plaid y .. October 23. 1552. 42 tf fore "there could be no principle in my struggle are with you) to assume for yoursel! your next lecture that yon have been misrepresenting for a long time contractor for public convey

*. Figured de Soi, WILLIAM SCOTT, with England ;" (I quote from your article and your followers, the credit benevolence, Moes all this time; and that, ances at Naples, and has resided there.*
o .. CJiHUgeable: Silks: in the Independent.) And the Tribune and philanthropy,and cnligbtenmentand"pro in fact, the Mosaic law imposed no restrictions Lately he visited Paris and London, and on

-- -" "" Striped o'" ATTORNEY AT LAW, I makes no scruple to PJ,"tlU\t if liberty for gress,"' and all the rest of it ; while I, to escape upon slavery at all, except in the case his return to Italy the Neapolitan consul at .
.. Kept" Silks Black and Satins Italian, MONTICELLO, FLA. Ireland and the Irish is sought in the spirit evinced the charge of barbarous cruelty and of Israelitish slaves; a class of restrictions Leghorn refused a rise to his passport for Naples. -

Black aud Fancy Arm-are Silks .. July SO, 1853. _30 _tljanERSKIXE and on the principles avowed by "The blood-thirsty atrocity, am forced to shield which are here happily unnecessary; as no All:'efforts to obtain redress have been Vfrnitieia.
& DILWORTH, Citizen,"it ctn hardly be necessary to say that myself under the authority of mere ancients, .. American citizen can sell himself into ala. The reason assigned for the expulsion .
Mantles and Talmas. the effort will be fruitless and the hopes of its persons behind the century, persons who had very, or become a slave even for debt, as a of Mr. Baggio is that during Lu journey -

Kinbruldercd Mantles,In all coloi, ATTORNEYS AT LAW champions mockery. Alas for the aspirations not the advantage of hearing your lectures at : Hebrew citizen might be had communicated with refugees. The
RIel1 lutclie.. Mantles.. (Velvet TimimedFringe ,) MONTICKLLO AM) QVIXCY. 1 of the oppressed and exiled, if their incitement the Tabernacle-persons like the Legislator [ So much for authority. And as to the nature case of the American citizen is, if possible, $
.-. .. do JOHK EastiKR, Quincj W.S. DitwcmTH, Mouticello I to struggle for liberty is the horrible of the Jews, and the wise men of the Greeks of Liberty itself I believe it is a thing stronger. This gentleman a.Mr. Carbone, "
J'lttiu En j press and Enihntidered; Silk Talma do July 23. 1853. 29lU.n. desire of buying, selling and lashing each oth. and the framers of.the Declaration of Inde. little understood in these times Liberty was not allowed to land at Messina,because,

Black Clutb TMUM, r. veer, L H. M. lIA.UltilJJ er." I confess that I can make no ense out pendence. It would be easy for me also, andit tequires new definitions," saith Carlyle.- so said the police, he bad taken a part in political ,
LurenJer Cclurcd Mantles Velvet Trimmed DOBY &. DAVIDSON of such language. Benevolence is good, buta would he true, to assert that I am not cruelor I 1 The true liberty of a man, you would say, events at a former period. ,4'he United
little logic also would-be} no harm. Let M tyrannical by, 1l&&ure-that I hate nil op consisted in his finding pat, or bemg (weedto States eoacul proved that Mr. Carbone was ia
Alpaccas, &c. ATTOR7I1YS AT LAW, fee how it would apply to another case.- pression-that, if I had slaves, I would influence find out, the right path and to walk there America at the time named, and that the .

R ICH.. Black Aljaeca.. QUINCY, FLORIDA. (General Washington, the father ef his country and govern them uniformly by kindness I I on ; to learn,'or to be taught, what work he charge, consequently, was a fiction. He offered '
Blue WILL practice in the Middle Circait of Florida, saw no crime and no peccadillo in hold. instead of coercion ; iu short, that I would I actually was able for; and thus, by permission moreover, to be guarantee for him
Paiuted Black Bombazines and Figured, Ali>acea, in the Eastern Counties ('VTettt Florida.All ing slaves, and in making them work on his I use them as humanely as Jefferson himself persuasion, and even compulsion, to set while transacting bis necessary mercantile business '
Cauhm Cloth attention.December business. entrusted to their care will receive prompt farm. General Washington wished to possess whose enthusiastic reception by his attached I II i: about doing of the same. That is true blessedness at Messina, bat without effect, Such

and Tan Colored English French and 24, 185S.%; 51 and did possess till he died and always I I! negroes on his return'to Monticello, forms so honor, liberty, and maximum of well- are the two last instances of Neapolitan In-
German.. Mennnes.Parametta took good care of a plantation stocked with ; agreeable a picture in Tucker's of that ilj t being." Wisely, as it seems to me, the solence. The question remains, how long
m Clo11ll.Cassimeres BAKER & McIVER, negroes, not in Alabama, but in Virginia j lustrious man. It would be easy; but I do i same writer again exclaims : "Surely, of all the world will tolerate the arbitrary acts ot

&c.EXGLISU ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Nay, he wished to possess more plantations; not condescend to treat the question in this : rights of man,' this right of the ignorantman so weak and insobnt! _a government V*
TALLAHASSEE AND QUINCY. FLORIDA otherwise he certainly never would hate offer ( personal and restricted manner. My position I to be guided by the wiser, to be gently -_

; Cassimeres,, Black Philadelphia Cloth, (for Jeans H'_1Caslimarets ,) i WILL, practice in the Middle\ and Western Circuit ed 8,500 dollars for Mr.\ Clifton's. Thomas I I was, and is, the naked assertion, "that slaveholding or forcibly held in the true course by him, *:; Polife Rtdesforthe Escorting of'Ladie*:
aud in the Counties of Decatur and
Kentucky; Je<.u. >a, Tan Colored Cloth, do Thomas Florida GLBOLLING Jefflrsonthe greatest of the founders of American : -I is not a crime ;" and that nobodyever the indispnt: ablest. Nature herclf! ordains it I. -The Washington correspondent of the
Ohio Brown do do Jt'lVBRTallahastrt. democracy, lived and died a slaveholder thought it a crime until some one towards from the first. Sorty struggles towards New York Herald, in a long homily on the
BAKER, A. N. and bequeathed his slaves to his relatives.- die close of the last century.For 'perfection by enforcing and accomplishing : conduct of ladies in the Capital,among other I. j
Handkerchiefs, &c. Quincy. Therefore there could be principle in their the sake of undeceiving your disci !lt-s! 'it; mo re and more. It is a sacred right and i thing!, says: V

LAm S' Plain Corded\ Border Handk'fs, J&nua77,1854.; _1_ struggle with England :" the" effort ought to at the Tabernacle I think it rijjht now lo* Inform r duty of both sides ; and the summary of all I Never, or very rarely, offer to carry a la'-

do HetriKtildwd dodo II. DuPOXT have been fruitless, and the hopes of i its chain-i them (and I do i it. with regret) that you social duties whatsoever between the two." dy's shawl or parasol, or pal your hand on her
Scolloped dodO JOSEPH I pious a mockery for their incitement"-. the h slaveholder's around her waist is often
Enilmndered: dodo : are In !bli of gr'log'so erroneous an ac- Thus the ideal of a positionis shoulder or ( as so fr
Plain Mounting do Aif'uQAT LAW, Jefferson Washington's incitement" to eount of slavery among the Hebrews, that. a true patriarchate. He is the father of a done) in assisting her out of the carriage, or .
do EaiUnidered Cellars QUINCY FLORIDA, struggle for liberty,was the horrible
dodo French do Worked do do I 1X7ILL eontinne to occupy the office recently occu buying selling, and lash' g each other 11|"I 1 if he heard them described in one of your reveretioe's ties and responsibilities than those of a mereemployer clapping-clawing themostinsuffersbterude

d.. do do Chem'reetUs Undenleeves\ "f piedbythelatefirmofC.JI.&J.ILDUPOOt1and your reveren"!, \\'oul4 Loidly speak Jour mind, .. lectures. You say that the Mosaic for money-wages, between whom nesa.J e proper way when you alight is
the Middle
tb Bnuiell Point Lace Collars\\ and to Western practice Circuita in the adjacent He will Counties also attend of the terra! you.would icH Jour h'arerl in the Tabernacle law KH not indeed prohibit slavery, but surrounded and his laborer the sole nexus is cash payment to offer your left inn aa a support fur the la
do Valenciennes and lloniton Collars. of the !Supreme Court in Tallahassee and Marianna that Washington was a caitiff, and fferaon the system with such restrictions as I If he do his duty, how much higherhe dy's right hand, and to hold yonr light hand
January 7, 1854. 1 a thistle, or a hideous hag.I I to make it very inconvenient, and finally to : btands in the scale of God's creatures than I in z cadi ness, should the exigencies of skirts
Hosiery, &c. know what you will say,-that those il abolish it. The very' ingenious authoress of, the man who merely pays his workmen their : &c, permit her taking it with her left. In as-
LADIF.s"! te Cotton How, P. B. BROKAW'S lustrious men, though tlavebolders, always! Uncle Tom's Cabin," in her Key" to the wages on Saturday night, and dismisses them cending a staircase keep side by aide witU'

do MCIf11'ian Cottoll do do lingo LHE&Y ABB Sill ftlt and said that slavery was an incubus and ( same, has asserted, quoting a Mr. Barnes for I to the grog-shop. If he do not his duty, or : the lady but do not be too ostentatious in offering .
du &UBIES I' if he abuse his God forgive him arm, lest in attempting to take it,
Black! Lamb's WooII1nefi, a curse to the country. Possibly it may be so. 'it, that although Hebrews might buy slaves |power may your V
do do Cashmere c'o! T TALLAHASSEE--S_... .FLORIDA.Proprietor That is a subject} on uhich I gaveno opinion. they could not sell them. And again, that I Before closing this letter, I shall)) quote for she neglects the management or her skirts,
do do Alpacca do But the sentence or two from another keen observer on her dress, and tithcr falls or tears.
dodo Lisle 'MIE would i ipJL National Debt is an incubus and curse I i there was an enactment requiring Hebrew you a steps
Black Thread and White do form hw friends apd; .the! to Lngland-and yet many good men, believing I I slavehofderb to liberate their slaves I every fiftieth of the world, Father Kcnyon :-" Ingeneral out at the waist
lIEN'SVhte Cutton Half Silk H Hosa. public, that he baa rebuilt it to be so, hold debentures, and even year. These are btatements which you ," he says, I regard the whole ques. II you attend two ladies,place the one mext:
do Fanedo. do do flloe, )a* large Brick acournnnxittU Stables at his the friends old stand aud aud customers.lie is DOW go so far as to buy stock in the three and a I and your school seem to take on trust from tion as one whose importance is much exag. you who is entitled, either by rank or jsvfcr-

do do Mixed do do do prepared also to has attached to his Stables, a good Blacksmith half per cents. I Mrs.,.Stowe and Mr. Barnes ; but you will gerated by fancy-perchance by fanaticism.We ence, to the post of honor-but on no account
do do do Merino Lamb's do do Shop, here lie will have done all kinds of But you, crusaders of abolition, are not l find that it is unsnfe to rely, for facts of this are all slaves: in a thousand senses of whatever walk between them. A man witha
do Ilenyv Brown Wool Cotton half HOle, Ilantatiun work, lion shoeing) and Carriage work content to rest the case on grounds of policy. kind. upon pamphleteers or lady-novelists. the word; slaves to time to place, to circum. lady on each arm,is a laughable paraphrase
dodo Lmle Thread do do in the very. best manner and with pruinptneM and You will have it that those who differ from Undoubtedly, some of Jour hearers, and some stance ; to the habits of our great grand of a donkey laden with two panniers. Observe -

WUle Silk do dispatch.November 5, 1M3. 44 tf you, and agree with all the wisest of mankind of the readers of Uncle Tom," will be surprised fathers on either side and to the whims of a different rule, however, in taking your V
are fools \illians.. You have a number of. to hear that there were no such enact- our maternal ancestors in all their nonsensi. places in a concert room. The gentleman in
Tweeds and Kerseys. JEolian ail other Pianos. exclamations and interjections always ready meoW at all ; except in reference to that class cal generations; to fire, air, earth and water, those should b preceded and followed by &
IlEA'r Eogusb Tweeds. and you seem to think people will take them of slaves who were children of Israel. throughout all their analyses; to tailorsamost lady. At a gentleman and lady who-

tr do Black Anvvican ad White do'" W- BERRY & GORDON for reasons. ." What!" you cry "can A man The Mosaic Law commanded the Israelitesto galling yoke ; snuff washerwomen, have a gest(I speak now of the hotelab.. .

do Cable Warp Is.ys uLingtoo. KeneTi. 297 Broadway. be a chattel?"-to which I answer, Why not? Iwy slaves "of the heathen who were roundabout quacks, policemen, umbrellas, London mer. for are getting to scarcely!
do Georgia do PUBLISHERS of Music-and The Legislator ofthe Jews saw no harm in it these slaves it commanded them to chanta,'native millers and royal'engineers.If .- any other in this coantr) always him ,
40 P1 naid .DdStriped Ouiaburga.RaadkercbUfw Dealers wholesale and retail in Pianos, Would you aell a being with an immortal take as an inheritance forever. Ye shall to all these slaveries there be pel-added or her between. te guests are pac t..o

bents MelodkJosVnd Music-Agent* for the celebrated JSo- soul !t"Certainly): Moses and the Prophets take them as an inheritance for your children one other-namely, slavery to slaveholders, I then you place th lady guest between jour .
linn, Grand, and other Pianos made by Haller, Davis that our position will be essentially wife and the takes
did the cannot see very yourselfwhile gentleman
:rs for :
M PUmBonier Corded BOT'8 LoC. ; A Co, BOUJO-.'boae Pianos are considered superior same. Would you send back a fugitive after you to inherit them a possession "
flt4k'f.3len's deteriorated. the other end of toe the ladies ia
Handk'fe; dOSLIk to all others. Great bargains in New York Pianos to his master.--Alsuredly: Paul the they shall be your bondmen for ever. But ln leaving
fleni4Jfrbj dodoHearySilk -do Risj D.oda-. : &d second band Pianos and Jfolodeona. Music sup Apostle very honesUy sent back the absconding over your brethren the children of Israel, ye Now your reverence is a slave ; a slave to the middle. The a well a the convenience
(10 B.nd-n do do do do l'ODjree do plied wholesale or retail at the lowest rates. Ber- Onebimus, and begged of his owner the shall not rule over one another with rigor." certain words and phrases, which have got of all these little arntnt win p -
,do Ponfe. do Men's do Fancy ltaliau Cruat do eLt: : successor to T.S. Berry,297 Broadway.D worthy Philemon-Paul's dearly-beloved and (Levit. xxv. 46.) the mastery over your poor mind, and thus suggested by a single -

P.8. H., 4 ', jEolian: Pianos bar the latest. fellow-laborer forgive his returning slave. In the year of Jubilee, liberty was to be over your body too. You are as one possessed much awkwaro6 and consequent I
s. UD Y "...idur. Was Paul a hideous hag? Believe me, it proclaimed throughout the land, to all the by them. They make yon cry out and cation annoyance, would b by
November i, 181*. is for gesticulate violently, and toil and sweat and a careful observance of these, simple rules. .
u it a
who is possible
ADIES and ( ent's Merino UDder Vests ', -,-- y your reverence is an old woman. You inhabitants thereof; but,
L Idj
and GeDta Silk do do: Lamb' Wool Ido; IAdiM'J.laid ', For- will never get a new code of morality receiv. learJI theologian like your reverence, not to reyile puaera.by.Yho will emancipate yon. There is one practice e among gentlemen,at
Wool Shawl do Caahm, ; Ren ed unhappy congregational pastor!,. You call concerts, which ought be condemned
; do; do EmbrWd. : Con.t-r among men. We will never consent to be aware that .foreign slaves were never spoken t
Eyed Thibet do; do Faney Cbeniell Neck Ti..; d k J I: THE II. B .twiclL Brick Stor.Nc.nUy .oe.d by believe that you are a better Christian than of as inhabitants of the land,but as strangers these noisy spirits that possess you, principle and tabooed A. a monstrous barbarism .
t3n-im FJutics. : do Elastic W riltJet. Md Sleet Bands Decembu, 18,1. 4pp.lyto 61: the Founder of tbfct religion-that love and sojourners. It is in this very same *; and you ask me where ii my "princi ; that is, leaving a lady alone one of
Mull N&iDlOOk. and JMODet JIliOll; Striped I D. H. AMES you declaredto ples" You tell me that you thought I had twice during an evening, and going oat
better than slaves
and Checked Swiss and Jaoart Muslin Liberty those immortal Greeks chapter that the foreign are a
; Swias and I -- detestablelabit
Jacourt. Edgings and losertingt; Real and Imitatioa MILES NASH & CO who invented it-that, you are a truer R pub. be their inheritance and their possession, risen up against"English dominion in Ireland take a drink" This is pmn- *
,& encennes Lace, Edging and Jutertmgt; Mali.ueBnmehi I Dealers Drugs Medicine" lican than all the Republicans of ancient and and their children's possession for ever. "Mo- i c& for a principle.. God forbid.! I trust thatI ly it certainly I1slIgLtWC V
.aQcS Houiton lAces; jS-kT Silk Laoe.: ;-, *, &c., modern tiroes,and of both hemispheres.. Thisis the 1 learned commentator Macha. have no principles: of this sort; but who no lady of spirit ought, to eadtasv: Aa t*> V
Blond do ( inform ses, ,says
; Wore do and 1Daertia WOULD their Weod. his heart! Who tell whether that
Cambric and can chewing
; ud at whlch.IMlIe. knows own of.cour no l de'e ;
i-'Bandt undoubtedly a great'century and thinks ifiedtio's:
; bcliab. on Mod a aortnErtrfTk Iii. ,
YranebalMj Amaioan, good not? Yet I do
in the Another
lisnh.. Yrenth 4 Giag. artinles es are g.ner.lly kq*.. ..... :; it knows much: but I have always been brenrDai was'tc regain" his freedom-the he is truly emaocipated. presence old. eSsgiaa-
accustomed .
LObiott; BOlla 4-4 do &zoo Iiot i throw
W.hkPIanss1 ; to ofl'the
flatter myself that in seeking rut is the "Wiea: .IL
and will be he thing
Scarlet.Yellow and Grean reeeiving. regularly) fiesh snvwrterms ..--- ,..._ to thank God that 1 am behind my 7ttwand} &* 6Oth".tbat: is to say;; as way in 1
; : shall 1 be .....b1e. rT from d dominion of England, I was actuated by no the evening with a genthwa'fI.S5SMclosely
lor Ladies It is of I Iother'
do 8.4 Sacks; I'rio'.n age a matter of tast explains it, at the end seven years '
; '
.ofevei-y. quality 10-4.;u"1IiI1"..Wbi.. tlwy E1t.; Negro do I.'CI'.A.pril tth 185*. 14 1 I do not affect to be ignorant that your lit. the data of the llav '. falling: .into slavery (the principle .thaI intolerance' of insolent:. aroaftdlbe back oftSe '
BroWD9 .10-4aDdlt-4& SeAdledo; Bleached,. and ,tle school claim the Founder of the Christian ttbbrtieal (sad nothing... with it,) and and ignorant ,oppression: my principle was ner which, 'a "elae('W I
'a. year .
u.JI Irishmen fitted for ;
Incaebed and rowa M.W ; 'OCI, IWQ.., BEIT1I8TT.' whether he simply: that were a higher downright <
religion as abolitionist in the **'
Dot JaWlee
by of J
$4 ; raison tiw'rst.;
'M. ; : and 10.4 Damaks.4 .
Dip &; "flr: ; .
10-4 ; : ii T&b1 ; 7.8 .LWJS .gives ItOtioe to )is any potUhr condemnation or prohibition ofslayery. had.been; then seven yean in slaforr or not -;-Tb v were a ".omooditv transferable by porahas :'
Dimas. 1ipkias. with Md : : IiIIDIi."bit ,CMkt and p.t to Iii w rwideoM float hbar- .or slaveholding, but by virtue of what, *4aaall liu ;applied,: to tit. *i>ce' ..sW ale,' an'..MiehsslM; aDd b. .has even a A'long nose a n good handle tor titVieoL t
4 11....... viy for'l b tk. call ,U ded > aD inquiry into the 'The man uPovftb..O'*. '
orJ-. .tU of"bieb will eoIdIW'y; boile development of the rerigiosliyosfpto friPn Mctioo prim osuallj t V
\I f
1>1, 1ow..s.. j w resirL' la war traM he snya, wbea eftj 'w.. will the way; ef MM,*.
CUB. bo I L.. any
Oi""a dv vbira P.t
esfl .. ,,:= Ilinf of Dr.Taylor; be may be found at all growing aid ad .. iii *of. '
'4TSSIVH .--I. ..lieioiv won, *fell because the
really .
(if1G8 pIII'CLM. of ranting, them :were .ala.'I.I price what must
UI,) Io.p. time prvparad to awre base wbo nay Bead U. aerrioea. M wan grows and adranoes. B. it ir precisely U if lnU.&- -.e
<..a&"c1 .cnu.uktDr
4quivaknt ye a Tb.
\: .,....tTlu aM I i yi&he,mooey,ja p-d.., ....1&ulJ1. m. terms will b* CbaETor: wU ealUd for.Any -. PcUlljyoa dwell Upon the great preempt,I Anedoa :whereby!>> American ,citbeoa, who -.s iIssi4r that t. prmi ukaw tirfds b tieat -J
TBOJU.S H.ftf1 quality. refr ann 1I giv IfDeeeesasy. Do unto .other.'a* ye would have others ...... p-1..I only referred Is* .tealing d L..I.. "I Dn 11tr-
.,y' : CarCHL w BROmU!. N. & Gold Flato'cot to patterns 'Dwtiitt. and doMto: r--_od Mert .: OonuncBiary the Laws f MOSlI 1I.a.n;. &lie t.a&01 Kz dt. m''bci. explained and Y ; "
t.UU", ,7 eat by'l'mail at $1.05 oU. dL yoasay. b.abdi.ticm on Duturr V .:.. V.
limited aad .2.
.. in cmbrio. V jjm'i .
CI"cmbtr 10, ISAZ. 46 Though a laic, I shall 0k1ac3. .; .. aa.. "WU -V '

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accused him of breaking down the Italian while anxiou* to do what it right in the premiee*. A4ttppyidea lebrath nest1 ww th IB nTl, whksS m abo pdb&bd4 h UM latterotUS7UialC *rv _

Z loribian & | in New York. And it U further rumored that ha strudt**, whioh, if carried out, may We learn from thaN Y. Mirror, that, in tpfte efhe 5- .. Mmio**, P .i,

) of 110,000 against Bennett ) be col remove the difficulty, and at the same time place opposition of John Via Boren, the Democratic -':- Tb. U. & Mail Steamer Paenla ha* a

) for Iburemon'thatWproprTetor jpanno oTlii* Her- our neighbor ntltain: .fwrf ,"a* tbe'uwyers swy, :Jeperal Committee '("Soft*,") at Tammany liii!!.' Another Hew Jtpep |4BWed.dy' New,Tork, kviusg ]left Liverpuol oo tim tith j a

TALLAHASSEE : idea is this xrillwrite the ave vote of ia to 14 mail, we itemed at't eMeatCauled lookiog Sale, of Cotteo ii ee UK Sl.t. 18, 00 bah.
attachable That -** pnngraph requisite passed, by a a aerie of resoluioi took
; ** the occasion,atid Will! do it at cow that the t v fully endorsing the doctrine W governmental the Adeeriiirr, publisied.at! AIBgator; apeeulator oui-eiehtb.*. Fair 1000 Orleans and, nxpnlera 6I 1000t'xar" .

Saturday February, 18, 1821.TERMS. 1 ." """ editor rtui have time to stody the matter over nod s on-hterfertnre in the elomestie legislation of territoleu -. flVxirfcking Cuwty Town of Coluaibia, Corner, EaatFlorila. tTpliuJ.; Id ; Mitlilliog, 5.l1 ; Middling, j ;

= :Three Dollin if Academy Building- determine: whether per annum, an advertisement which appear in the Flo- I in advance. The is passive, but leave* lint, hope ofrxace.
J lean Editor. Term J3 annum,
advance! : $3 50 if paid within six months of Here itu:- a md final settlement of the *slavery question on that per eitemei Ta* **"
it will be that the Council are at Feterfrz\ i* tremeodoua.
ofkuhttribingtandJOOnttheendofthe year. to-day, seen A learned poetha aptly remarked, that mistakes I wsis. A resolution, complimentary to Gen. Pierce editorial evince taste and vigor. Iu politic, the Ad- n''reti l UW a body of Russian bare, Ii i. -
vertisement*, On*Dollar of 12 lines step for the erection of a Sclwol Building ,
per square will Aonu times Imppen bestrepuUted printmgoffice a md the administration was adopted unanimousr.! vtrtiur u neutral. Dai.
and fifty Cent for all subsequent insertions. while very much needed, will at the tame time *I'! An illustration .ftbis trite sa' jug recently occurred The Clipper slifp Red Jacket anivtd
The "Hard" committee at
nounccni'uts of candidates, Five Dollars cacli, ornament to the city. In this particular,Talla- in the hurry of putting the Sentinel to press, which bay also adopteel resolu- Tn NEBRASKA BILL iii THC N. Y. LasirsLAuuz. front New York in thirteen day*.

to be paid in advance. Religious, Obituary behind all we here take oecasimi to rectify. By an unfortonntc ions endorsing the principle of Senator Doagla Ne* The Africa arrived out on the 23d. Tbe
l be allowed herself to remain fur our
Havre Notices, not excluding 12 lines will be combination of the typr, we were made to bear down I wska** bill. In the New York Legislator at Albany'on Friday had arrived with a portion of the ItWr reies.1?

frr&tis. tNu certificates vf the publicntioD towns. Madiwu. Monticello and Quiney upon the Admaustnuioa at Washington rathermore, The resolution* of the Soft the House passed resolution*, which on Saturday the San Francisco. The new iron per.cirene *

tate or l gnt notices of any description- ill be each a fine academy building, built through the severely than the facts would eem to warrant. 'from that coTer the ground so were sanctioned in the Senate by a vote of 2S to 6 yloor.bonnd fromJUverpool t'Meb.uruA!
4 until U> advertising fee is pud. the noise and confuoion kicked the entirely, we cannot forbear quoting the fst a-
Tallahas over squabbles
their citizen wrecked
rise and public spirit of up (the latter being Hard Shells,) instructing their Senators wji DuMia i bar, sod fvnTLuQdrI4
the series follow
of the immaculate Democracy of New York, we were nong as *: -
the capital of the State, ought and wiU not be
induced to imagine that everything had been given 1. Reolred That the and Representatives in Congress to vote against There heel been
We are indebted to Senator Mallory for a selected Compcctmi.e of 1850 wn no ftfltiageotb*
longer iu their rear. The site for the to the Suits and nothing to the Ifards.' nnd so alleged i final settlement i>f the question of shivery in the e>rjnnizatMi the Nebraska bill. the last account Active warlike prepartiooeZ!
4 the Ni-bmka Bill, and to Mr. Maxwell fur is the city lots bear the termination of Clin but it turns out stat d the floor of Congri s and
on as < ou of new Territories. and in the nature of uxrmonent tinue. The allied fleeU were laH steeriog for
''l Btausbury'; Expedition to the Salt Luke. and beautiful the statenunt is not denied, that a very large proportion The Rn Batata.
Street which with fleet
-a more prominent po- policy upon ( patriotic sacri- A correspondent of tbe New York Jferald, writing sran wa also at tn.
could not have been chosen. The city owns < f the offices, as great, according to some authorities I ices of opinion anal A-eliug both at the North and The London Time *ay* the Czar 3id wt
from Londim pwnj.
as five-cixths, huve actually been bestowed on Jonth) the democratic under date of Jan. 13th says:
Important from to ataiwl.md tn extreme
Washington. party agreed lengtk. oo hearing /the entrance of
hits in a body, thus giving ample scope for play- the Adamantines. Tliis of course, iu the language of to which A telegraphic from Madrid l of the Sth tie
We leani from Washington, Feb. 4, in its principle and spirit, ns well efopatth tithed fleet nitrt the Black Sea. lie replied by ask
*, and the subsequent enlargement <>f the prem the renowned Cham (."Tiirtary, i is n bone of'another is its letter, the democracy of New York is determiu- January, annt'uncesthu death of the new born Prince ing Turkey whether the fleet would maintain

1. Mirce of the highest credit, that a mixed is.ildeirciitiiet.tnces require it Fifteen hundred color." and hence the trouble we take totloaway with (3 1 firmly to adhere a* a guarantee against distracting Tw. curious rumor are here afloat. The first i is, neutrality or side with Turkey.A a strict

Democrats and Southern Wliisr*, members the ci"n our remark have created. And that the aforesaid royal infant died
impr may cvivalsofthe slavery occasion by poison ; and the from
of the Fire Fund" have been appropriated to agitation em every of dei.pati.-h Vienna &t Cur will
l Senate, had been held, and an understanding further :-In tbe same article, the types made tihl he organization of u new Territory at every sncce.sive second that Prince Albert was under arrest for treasonin temptnjHwly refuse the kt rate of the Four con-
the expense. The same amount can probably of the rresidtnt'u miPiltri' Windsor Castle. fur four hours Powm.
an'tlierfuu.r Speaking of on Wednendar.
had on the sulject of Nebraska. Bell, Badger j pus. step our progress. antI will refer Turkey to Gotsehukotf further
: 1 from the of the with this jumbled painsrrnpii tK-cnr? ; Believe them who Int remember thit'thoreis par
revenue present may ticulars
i ton, Is'tjafl&it and Pratt, Home of whom hud year -.. the We notice that our neighbor copies the resolutions and will! refuse to abate a title of .'',iKlikolr -
the taxe-s. A sum nearly equal to this 'IIi! ocument not only attemps tn ju-tify seldom smoke unaccompanied by the devout in.j demand '
Considered doubtful, were present. It i is prnieI i1itiun of cuvh sterling patriotsns i Daniel JDiek- idopted by the Hard, but totally overlooks the ac element" The French

: that the voo will be about 2fc iu favor to 1 has also been subscribed by ciJzens, but con n5011 on account of his h> refx, but rilmly ittempfsn ion of the Softs. The reason for his partiality i is will fores th Czar Government formally to telieve declare tlat tk*It people

t:4: Eighteen Northern men v ill go for it on more will be needed. The whole expense plead the traditions of the Viiu IJutens i the f.vt that the resolves cf the one The School House-A Suggestion.Jr. 'n..re.l that N4rodo! bai resigned and war.hi* mirnatioii u rtt--
and avoidHiiee. It bold I t-nndeinned
reach MX. or seven thou and dollars-four thous iu ifc-'i''n j as ravelled been ace-epted.
Y rote. The announcement of its paage dUIoval. nnd out e.f the way to as ail the administration J.i4tur-rt U understood that the City Council
: i'nu and
nn i i-chirkt numerous dogmuj j rictioes Mr Mason hu
of which be said to be in bund, or at lea-t presented his credentials to Uj
Bcnute in looked f. mail. may whii-h the Hnnls &tnhloruladhered anal 'md this alone recommended them to his *
r by every to distinguished have determined to build a School House ui>on French Knipemr.

. & as the work progresses. Every citizen ought which they would not abandon." mention. Besides, bail he published the resolutions what is known as Gallows Hill a little upwards of A rc-eiirr of Cl.ri'tian Cu'.acta left Constantrno-
: interested in the enterprise and subscribe lib- On cxaiuin ng that d"cum ut, TVAowing\ \ to a f the SofIa the 8th
The Nebraska Bill-Future > or even informed his readers that they of mile West of Monroe Street, and j Ph' on to join Omnr Puhba.
towards carrying it through. If this building multiplicity of c-ngagemenU. we had not previ.'uly iiad three-quarters a It i in otated that Russia demand of Denmark
;Ri of Parties. l looked into as can-fully as perhaps we tl.ould have determined to sustain the Bill, hia own fanciful only a little farther from the dwellings of a large ma'jority take side the t*
.ne or i.tlwr. and also
i the tune the Legislature convenes, objects to
by tb,
discussion of tho Nebraska Bill continues homilies
dine, we find nothing justify these sweeping remarks. on frcc-se.ilism would have been sadly miadi- of our town residents. purchase frt n the latttr, cf a Naval Depot
4j abated interest in the Senate. Senator Chafe j be iu the power of Tallahassee to secure the eree- The Pivsidenf, devoted but a small portion of his roes reeled as applied to them. Othello's occupation, in The propriety of estalJi'hing a Bonrunjy School so t'ruuti.. *
I of one of the Slate Seminaries here, and if so then to the Compromise and we cannot discover the
1 promised reply to the great hjx-eeh of Air.! sage such case, would mo't certainly have beenjjone. As short a distance from the city, strikes the writer a*,

;i! and was followed by Mr.Dixon of Kentucky, I proceed of one e>f the Townships of land devoted remotci-t savors of"allusion pleading"to Mr.for Dickerwon any l.odv-nor or anything is tlitre which any it is, the Sofia furnish him with a weekly text for a qnestiouable. The temptation pupils will be under Further Intelligence by the PaciSc.NJW .

:;.1 % tulnrd: the bill On the fith.a votewas taken purpose by C.ingress will belong to the Sem reference t/i the "dogmas and prncticcb"of the Hards discourse without head, middle or tail, but poor as to be running into town to see their parents will be YORK Feb II.Tlie .

out that 1 portion which, declare* thnt the The object is worth struggling for, nt all events- in any way, shape or mnnner. We an pleased I l.i.s lucubrations may be, he is not the writer to voluntarily and unless there is the utmost watcbfulncf! ? Paris C.-nstifiifionnfel girra the folIowii M
great, the
is niade by to the location the !lots have very language of the Uzar. on learning that the
some em to admit, now that we : perused the message, that : all e-J
striction was snpcrrcdud by the legislation of deprive himself of an only chance for showing it be feared that (leef had l entered
the of the teachers the- Black
to. It ii out of town, they It is true, we find much in it to commend and little tJ censure j upon part may Sea: -I exoected the

The vote rtovnl' 13 for s'riLing out and SO i site is not as central as might be wished say. but when It i on the whole, as wag well remarkJ by thecour-j bow little he know., though it is barely possible the many a youth of tender age will fall a victim to fever resolution taken by France and England and am netnnprrpareil

I& We give the uafiicYdaMcr. temw elitlrofthie Fit r'Jiini, an CCl'ClIVIitJoCI1fliCflt.** i ireflectinr. editor may, in political matters, practice upon the engendered by the summer's sun at noon, and die n for if. When tattle it < nvred Russia ae-

*. Allen. Caw. Clmce, Railroad goes into operation, how long will 'it be ; we leg leave to ad.!. di-tingnkhed credit principle the Etlam ollivuciqiiodtcJt repts it. She can afford to mourn the Ls of Ler
conveyed by
. proverb, martyr to filial afTectiou. No discreet careful
or but
, ; Foot IIaiiihi *. Seward, Smith, Stuart, Sumner, that objection is removed Tallahassee is tint on its patriotic author, who it, l.y the way, i.ot only intirdum ? parent fleer not the honor of the natItiL"

and ciilker-1. always what she is. The city will enlarge proving himself good chief m gistrat., but is certainly trp'dit would voluntarily permit such an exposure but The Czar has instructed lila Ambassadors? at Par**

* JV"n.v -M.-ws. Adam*, Atchinson, Badger, don the cl 'an thing by the South in the noble we know bow hard it is to keep little children away and! Liwlnn to demand whetlier. by the entrance of

: Boll, itaijaniiii, Brijrht. Brodbead Butt4 r. Clay. points now n little one sided, will become central- ttand he U taking on lie Ntbraska Bill These explnnatinn War Proipects. frt m their mothers and the diuuer table, when only a the allied flet-U int.. the Black Sea,"it is tlw intention

;: son, Dixon. D-HJJO] t'f Iowa, Douglas Evans, beside, where else hall it be located ? On Mc and encomiums we feel it inctimbc-it to express European intelligence would seem to admit of co mile them. of France and England t/> take part with Turkey, .r

;,, riek, Oeyer, Hunter JOIIBS of Tenncwee street urges oue-but that i is forbidden. The iivismneh as we have n<> di. pociti )n to detract doubt that ia is separates -nnplv to observe a strict neutriility. If the ft rrarfshoulcl
a general war now certain. England be the
.. 4.. soil, Norris. IVtitt, Sebastian. Shield, Slidrll, ) bus no right or to obstruct n street from what is due to n President who has been and Equally fatal effects might be feared from exposure case they are to demand their *rasx -
power said rta.
I ju of Kentucky, T >iu-ey. Wellor, anti promises still to be the best abused man in the country at last to have come t<> a definite determination in wet weather, but, fortunately, the low land which | > __

!. Am the five Northern lots, says another. But e-uitablo lots will cost a ,' but who really merits this abuse less than any and this is all that has been wanting heretofore tu intervenes between the town and Gallows Hill is well Baneho Lisbon dtes of the 19th state that the war steam?
we anive.l
ng yea which the Treasury is in no condition to and other Mjitesuian of hi His there on the 17th, with despatches tn
i is
pay < day. eniirs certainly bring the
on conflict. A of the New
Northern aud two abolitionists. The correspondent nigh or quite impassable in wet weather, and thus allfi.t the British !Admiral and
: Whig, immediately afterwar.I
additional item be added to the expense, the in striking contrast with that of the N nthern wiiij; of I York the
made of Democrats from free States Tribune, writing from London January 25th, communication will be cut oft Bnlwhsquadi on wa under orders for the sa. Drstmation
; up ten scheme will full to the ground. I Ur Own party \\lio. thre is too much reason t<' fe.ar. j unknown. -
have little regard for the Coi.ftitniHin the of: communicates the following Again of this chancier must
Bouthvrn Democrats, and eight Southern Whigs. or rights *n enterprise protptrin
..l Account fnm
Norheru: Democrat are Bright and Pvtitt, writing the above, a communication intended, the South under it. Party lies alone restr in us from The;! accredited agents Government no longer order to be efficient or to exi>it. Boardim; Homes as A prehminarT rondifw.n Berlin atwrt that the Czar insist.
to throw ridicule the movement, has their the ." ,it.id." hesitate to of the The to any further Begr4iatkn/
suspect ujon squeezing noses through > : ppejk approaching war. e.ip-
Brodbead from Pennsylvania, Dodge fiom cannot live without no adequate cumber of boarders ; that the neutrality of the allied feet. shall
ana handed iu, which we insert, as we shall do with Then1, that is the beat we can do to help our neig'n- tains appointed to raie the volunteer limit defense el formal be declag-
, Douglas and SUUld from llliwi ii,Norris and ale making the tcurof all the ports and fishing town*, but will nit throe in town who keep carriages be undcr m a docurnenC.
olheis, or eon. bir out of bis It i i. IU'Hs Austria i.s Hid ,
pro predicament. not rxnctly to have n' tified the Autocrat of RMsu
from New Hampshire Toueey from calling on the maritime population to enrol in defense constant temptation to board) their children at -
.. _> le. for thnt is mi g< ; will be observed country aytimit on home ? and will not this alone .so divide the business
Waller from California. It neutrality the
neighbor ha woiked himself into a teirib'e- belieit his be tit) Ohj. iijci occurred in contest between Run-u. and Turkey,
to as near style as can approached : nn : as to be Cital to the Gallows Hill boarding houses?- provided the Czar shall
A MXGIX NottTHEKK WfllU VOTED IS FAVOR OF and to after all. We him t I Spithead. The Thetis bad returned from adhere to hi* engfffro:
a frigate
no purpose, paid; by any modern writer the world o\er. It remains to I a that he aims
I fear sti and then what will the School House be at no territorial aggrandizemenf. If tbw
This long cruise, and the rules of the senk-c ;
startling to
IKO THE cournoMirr TJITL&! last week favorably comparing him according
by be seen whether he will adopt the paragraph as his pledge is bn.ke Austria
would- Fa
her crew should have been paid oft When the frigate good for, without eating or sleeping accommodations assume
be set down as an unmistakable indication as his predecessor, whose dexterity with the pen We wait attitude towards Russia.
own. on tiptoe.From
0 I
arrived Ilenr-Admiral Richard Due-
at Spithead about itt It will be like"akx.lg- a garden of cucumber -
attitude of the entire Northern Whig party, so universally admitted,an! J in return we are treat* das, one of the Lords of the Admirality, steamed up :; In Spain the Minister Justfce lass resigned.

, individual exception?. It due to Gen. Cass a lroiidide, of which the following i Li A sample Havana- I ia the Fire Queen steamer and passed to the quarter *. Generals the Manuel Concha and O'Donnell are exiled to
., deck of the Thetw. ( called Admiral I propose, instead of building on GiJfors! Hill, that Canary Mand ; tens Jose Concfca to the Balfrio
with the from York All hands wing the
that: )ha did not vote minority, The New C'JUMT < Enquirer publudiM ac-j Island,. and
Our ler the of the Sen- Gen
. neighlk-r smarting nn sting Armadi to tae Province of LTOM.
in a few brief but energetic words informed theere.v the establishes it* School Bel! Air or Lake Bia.1fnl -
pathy with their wish t<> retain the Missouri rebuke, would gladly oiri/rout of its confession counts from Havana, from which i: appears that the j jAfricanization city Another famine is threatened b IrelnmL Provision

, oI lion but because he look.-d upon the assertion feigning surprise and enquiring who did it f He of Cuba bus been determined upon by not dtsperae that at the with present their moment services.the" I country have could come -very healthy locations and distant enough to *, already enormously Lgb.; pro stiil! gougcpia

bill that tin" Compromise of 1 S..O *' : 0ur neighbor improves wonderfully his the Captain General We quote extract from the i down," *aid ht>, by r.questf the Board of Admiralty avoid the temptations and dangers I have indicated. that iil !i'j. Ia some parts "i f Limfiick tte ii.bsbi-
lie to be e-f the tar.N are jt.STcnm fr t .1 fin d.
seems catching something spirit CIT. ; eUpU-rally a a war ( >
He is in favor tt> make kivowu to Jia( ire tire on tht tee a
cf 1S20 "as n logical fallacy. letter given in the Courier : J JTlic you of
who almost Intelligence fn-m Cnpft-n that
predecessor, c pen we can fancy and ici'ih states quiet prevailft
, pealing tho old in-iasurc, and i-xp.'essed himself discove-r trace of in the last Sentinel? No, sir, Captain Geueial LIB addrcssnl .1 circular to the itur clearer, that war RU'-tI. Nothing could be Ainoy. The constituted authorities were restore.

to rote for a fubv-qucnt amendment of the arrow never came out of the quiver e>f my prede Junto FiTinento.: and other corporatioiis, in relation Adn.irnl e.r more distinct than the *nhr.tse the employed.The that .- Correspondence e.f the Baltimore Sun. Trade WM dull. SIonalwi was tiE &v the bands nf
and of that he of the Flondion to the cf from Africa, and proceeded men they the rebeK The e.f the re&chtJ Pe-
rest impoitatioii apprentices
proposed by Mr. Douglas. He will \otc forthe may as- niiiit! have brief ashore after which 'WASHINGTON, Feb. f, 1851. army Insurgents
a ruin
Neither did be see it, or hear of it, or one particular individuals have been prirnt-.ly n.inie'i by [ [ kin at the eml! i-f October.H .
its will alu bis i Mr. any were all expected to return to their ship and fo act The past nine weeks of the ses'in i have (riven us
< colleagu
pa vig % aj unconnected with this eitnVc. until it appeared in I liim. to make report*. wl.i.-Ji they ire commander! to <>ii: i !senrr[ Circii'ir qnofes Common Cotton &a
JiitM! have in drfenseof their th.it thw will be distinguMied for
us everd.ne Congress
t When tli3 vote was taken, 10 Senators were Seutiutl. nnd this wu are ready to verify. For the make in unuim with hi. dwko. ti' p' t the plan into scanen 'iiiranco only I-1 6th Ion er. Sales e.f Tue sday 3,000 bu!* .
its the brillianev of
4 country. A IK! WP here UK-nfioii that the Britih the importance of measures diver
lure made itiMnuati.xi. tr.titn. All is eou>t<-iuitiin. and he will mettojifx may
to indi
Pi thirtoeaof whom ((7 Democrats nnl I 6 Whig at once [
, Navy tics not, for litany tears, been iu a more ef- its disCUMioii Tlie Hou e Las developed more lustre, -I
but of whit kind it !
j itii-n.
< to
ding 4bf Delaware.) will probably vote h'4 the possession cf a jealous: and uncharitaMc, ssy at l.oth and information and! e-l titan of its predecessorsf..r
Clayton rLctIve
: At all t- the wl o'c fl. t lia l.oen State, ns to tic!) ships. quence any Senaoa for the Yon .
I, and comes with nti extremely! from preitelit. evei ; put
grace business
poor The ordinary routine of has
bill; ss it it.i.iaii, :iud three will pri-l bly be n; wh i is himself suppote-d to havu a 6eiie-ke
Tlicie are three vacancies in the Senate. It vain i be ii like the prri\i-ion.s. water and d-nl. having been on Loan I Sttte Advertising.-As neither the Sentinel nor .- the
. iiujHigidljIf, nil puffed up as <, I put condition than ii usual at this stage of the first session at Methodist Cliorch in thi eity.on Sabbath
:' go through that bt.ly by .nn overwht-Iming j trying to swell to the sizeof the ur. for our neigh the different nieiM'f-wur and tteamer Whvthc-r this its ciirreponden's seem to have any thing further to I of C njrcss. morning, for the l-eneiU of the
I be of the door I lw on aceiinnt of tin- exacted vi>;it out
to ignorant
entirely this to the cf the
: Its success iu the other H uie i equally imJwesn'u. say on s-uhject. we sugtet our neighbor The great measure ses'u.n. independent of -
a utrict eeiisorahip i Ia held over the columns ol I or in anticipation; i>f an inva5n, IT to make front against to be tie
legislation' were expected -
ofdi with the ordinary
ing erroneous impression -
the vrhole Democratic propriety >
is said that away
_, Kloridian. Ho niu't be aware of the DO!ion en any <>ppoi i in to the appreiitio-<-me on the of the Nebraska territory, a provision for a rail- Dr. M'LantT Lirer FIBs
: .. New York, wih: three cr fuur except ions, will by members of his own party, that his pa I part of the Ignited States, I I4ini<>t siy, but u short his readers may have received from reading what r.Miel to the Pie-ifieand one ft-r the erg.-tnizntion and

it. The Dcnxcruts have 22 cut of the 33 lead n are all reviewed by an outsider before time must bring about some coin""ion <>f the} mystery. has hilht-i to appeared iu reference thereto as to the rcF>rm ol" the navy. These measures have been with Were not, like the quack oostrnma of tbe eL y. got op

: are permitted to sec the light-in other words. I I hive just received a copy j <>( the circular referred course of the present Executive in the premises. It promptly attended to. and the first of them, be ing matured a VK-W t<> profit, but were discovered after winy
from that State. TLe study
DemocnU from of
..i i ned years by one of the firt physician in b.tJnitd.Stcs .
the Pc/.inl.i I Liteseen.
; there is a power behind the throne greater than t>>, original : by Marquis hn been stated the Sentinel that State advertisements by the committees >f both llona, w before the
: ; anna, New Uampbbirc. 1'euIvama, throne itself. A translation is lu-re <;i\en. pt.H ical Secretaryship in Senate f* r excliaive cniuidenitioit mtrl it beehsp.icd and! used in h".private practice. Tbrtr

;t'i; Ntw Jersey, and otne few from Ohij will Desiring to inform Her Maje. ty in the clearest of a gener\l character were formerly published of. This Congress has. the-refwe, exhibited ft n.arkctl marked success elicited the moet unqualified approbation -
i ii much more of the same sort, but this will pLysicinm an-rotfaera.wbohaJ wFfuesti their
postible relative wlmtcver labor in both the and Democratic This is
manner regards Whig
the in the e.f
r5.1 found standing So much fi-r decree e-f efficiency prparali dispatch
; square up. etrect I'ossessmg all Hit seswitive feelutf of a- tlxaotigb .
for n specimen. We imply publish it as a applicable to agricultural enii.liiyii.eiits ui Culm,
not the fart, as weshowed last week, and it is due to bu iness.
*'tsnd of President Pierce, qndthc wise course order that I II breel pbysiciua. Dr. M LMJC dreaded to be cased *
for the "ouftiJor whoever ho be to I addreo to iyouiu you may make the bill the Senate
joke may the Governor, whose motives have been questioned, The opponents of Douglas m wit lithe shallow pretenders who crowd the colurniis -
by in conciliating the original 1 n vrn to m< w batevi-r may ceur in yi.-i n tty: t 'the! jaubjeet j it will that body by a vote of two to one.
I over. To our neighbor, however, we say that pass of the with of "
. BONOK TO THIS BECOSD JACKSON. The may say, studying the situation of the slave race in this that the ptoper retraxit should appear in the same As the committees i'f loth branches of the New York newspapers poff *oTereignremedies
I and for the information as well of"the men and in others its fitness for fci i which in the first in, / and for a longtime declined the requests cf
j to the
correspondent of the Journal cf Ccwmtrce 4 country reproduction. i iI press gave currency error democracy have accepted the measure as a test of dem- that he would his

; tie ndmiuielration"had contemplated this of its party," that the Floriditn thinks its ow n a degree bufliient to enter tin- wants of cultivation, I stance. Justice as frequently injures those who withhold ocr 'tic orthodoxy, it will lose few votes among the ninny public, but finally, after proclaim n nch persuasie great remedy on the to part the
( and writes its own editorials. The which the system of cuLniizatiiHi; already tried docs democratic n.cnibers from the Empire State in the
only ceu-
it as those to whom it is denied. of physician and others who had wkueMee1 the won
vcntion and had for the f
Ii Dieasure, provided Also eonveiiiiuce not to
not. :ipjH.-ili ,
: recognized or allowed, is that which results g. Houe. In fine, there is no reason to doubt that the derful cures effected by the Liver PiHa. h* consented'to
by recognizing all cndoiters of the I the intpMluclion of apprentices from Africa. .l ervin5 measure will prevail in the House by large majority.
it for
b the promptings of an honest purpose and a clear the with other natiotw in regard to the traffic The Vote in the Senate- prepare general use. The folIowLn; eertifrcrt
tjrm as good Democrats, and entitled to the t compacts But it will not pas the House without a discussion, from Dr. will bear in
Morgan u* out state
hfe are the flat idian't guides-its ed- in In short umaii-jnicate to me vhatcv Chase that has
$ alion of the Ooveramcut. Thus by a wise I negroes. The vote arose upon the motion of Mr. the moat brilliant anal exciting for years oc- p ment. It is also valuable as medical testimony of ti,
knows no other. When it comes to leading strings, t fir may tx-cur" t<, you concerning un atf.ar of so much of Ohii\ to *trike out the words in the fourth see cured iu that Ixxly. Four mouths i is a short time to efficacy of these PilLs ;

; 1 ciliatory course, free soilism promises to be \\ill be found about { importance. lion of the Nebraska bill w hich declares the Missouri be allowed for the full development of the enemy, argument -
"crushed out of the ranks of the dominant employed something more I As permission has already teen iren to n mjmbcr compromise prohibiting the introduction of slavery *, and rhetoric of that House in regard to so "This is to certify that I have been as.ciatedwrA
thnn) writing poor editorials embodying sen- | of with orders in bl.nk tor introduction of I II It .. I Dr.3l'Lane in the practice nf Medicine for nearf/fro-
;1t : will henceforth lw restricted to the Whigs, I persons north of the line 36 supereu'ed( by the ctmpromise radical a quest inn a* that which i is now presented.
: : n-it his own-"and this be is ready to verify.1 I blacks from Africa. I nm toM that this eoitooXinC the of'50. The nioti"ii to strike out was lost by u The question is. in fn.'t, the Mine wl.kb wo presented I yearn and a balL I have had many opportunities olwitnei
!3 it was originally; stolen, Daniel Wtbttcr iit who Juntas is merely n yhield tin the good effect ofLis Liver Pill, sod I
1 Jiil i : nonsense as to writes ft'rtlieSengjrj vote of :V) to 13. This looks auspicious, may to ji by the Missouri >20-
iJ tho-ily.( j ment chould the affair turn outan unfortunate business If the subject h siid that the bill bI I believe they have cured and relieved a much larger
\vl.-. is sense-keerM-r" fer the FloriJian. hIM noth ctrtninxtt nt IM regarded as a test vote. bv Mr. IV-nni, \ : was pressed > ;
: I The same Wellington corrcKpoi.derjt thus for lie rlante-rc. We know t'ni well ib it the pieientshnv U pressed as it olioulJ be, the bill will pa j tin I I the committee on the principle placing all the peoj I proportion 1 the elueases e.f the Liver than I tT
to do with the mutters in hand between these two rae-e d"cf by reproduction, e'v.-r the wants of 1 known curad and relievrel by any other course of treatmeit. -
ties to tlui future efTct-ts of the of ( Senate.-Sen tin fl. j pie of the several States on an equal footing ns to the "
as pnssnge (. presses. There happens to be an uridi p*>bed labor. The introduction <>fcok>ni-4| lias failed, and tts these new tHrritorieo." Any laws e.rcoinpACts OL1V ER 310RLtN,3LC.

; ; : .. bill. It will be seen tint he predicts that the I of the Seiilneta own raising, which involves the introduction of iippneueti.i' \\illriiin the colony.f Last week we called on our rotemparary (for ar I. right ufg.'ii violating or restricting the right are now to For sale at all the Drug Stires in Tallahassee, and

em Whig party, and such Northern Dim< more than the fact as to the author- r the black mn-t then all IKCHOIfree.. and. once avowal of his peiioi: as respects the important question be set aside. Compacts indeed I There U no force at one Agency ITt every Town in the South.

ngnio't the Administration measuie will grave I free*, I try will not wmk e\e-n. to rimclm* the Janmicajne now agituting the Nutit.nal Councils. The abort in any eompnet te> restrict the popular will. The constitution }'ebruarvl8l854. 7 tt
I of nli.it in either &hert, and it is to tint Tin ruin of the inland
I appears iofj. niiled. IIrej ,
t' 1 wallowed in an-1 's bi-s rcsp.tuise-dit'ut, but nut very sweet. It majb itself is a compact, ami that has been twisted
! III p comjif'Se a great that we would again call the attention of our j there w nothing, to prcvenl it. nn-l apathy| reign indication and turned like the life of Fortunaliis, to suit the will COXSUMPTWX, every body kr.ows U
J bile UKWC who btai id the taken however, as an we suppose, thai L
: Party, u by i throughout the Union in regard to us or wretches time have the
cotcmporory. Wr allude tc those awkward t p. or whim of those who, from time to t a titttcring d sea.te It commences and a.greu.e sot
will form the Non-intcrvetition j w.th white faces.j he is not against that groat admtiietratiou: measure,
great Party. about (be New York appointments and the ha ml iti of it insitluonsly, that before one is aware af it, the lunge
fJ ty will be made up of the united Southeru j But wait H \\ bile nnd you will n-pe-nt having allwed and a* such it is satisfactory at fur as it goes.V p iuftrcncts from the President's British in I
a majority of our Northern Democratic message. intrigue to conquer this island. It ha mi"i:.>i tn the editor, now that be has ventured l lr" ) in the caucus of the democratic Senators em Saturday, from heat to <">produces an inhumation, and hi a
cy blood out so conspicuously in the Stntinil of be-en sucee frfiil and is mora advanced than it appear that he instruct the mav server to restrict the rights of slaveholders in the | few !lave e>r weeks, it i is raid, hifti>r she died of LastyCONSLT3I1JTIOX.
and of such Soul'Ilefli Wl.igsn lute tbvir Mow and n >eti Ins mouth Whigs01 Florid:I
!t. Silent. it has ubiel'.eel
i to sure, beeti. by ]
; 24th ult, /& paternity of which no one evir thought Territories. It was objected toon the part of the For all]! trft Wtrd with ct ugh ar
party. But we need not add us our belief that I an English and Spnuivh paper puUi.-he.| by a Scotchman as to the number of Northern men of his own partj r South and was not veite-l upem. Indeed the caucus lun complaint we would refer to the advertisement!
( Although on three several occasions
B ern Whigs and Democrats \ ill be found a unit in New York, with English c-orreopondcaU a- who acted with the SO on this test vote." Let then) came to no definite c'.iiol.tsions. It was intended to on the e>ut ide of this paper of Juel* n's Chemical Extract
matter has been thrutt promiucntly into our neigh Itroid, t, awist him in elonyin th,<; truth. The wl7 h as naUto be
the abolition We quote fnm tbo people know how matters really stand at the Federal Capitol. impose silence on the friends nf the bill but I imagine of"Cherry and Lungwort, a
pnity. r face, and each time with the expectation hear in the United States have eh-ci-ivftl into the belief thai will be? found inexpedient.- The abolitionist are certain cure for this awful disease. Also Azor Tur-

eorrepvnd.nt: tbe "ptfavf wrung from him, to this that the* nppientieesliip svFloni wii* nil humbug, and A few fact* and a trifle less of fancy jubt now, wouli 1 answered, but some other views may be presented fcise Balm! the great remedy tut all diseases cf the

The political effect of the pannage of this up good a filibuster i Ube>. But \\liie the Ameiienn nut ion looks doubtless bo of infinite service iu enlightening then 1 [ from other quarters that must be met. lox. hair. .

be important, and, on the xshole, highly f.s\ we have had nothing iu response save "sound to the I/nidoii Time, mid the 1nli'li daily papers substantially on a matter in which their righ's, in com -

F.j: will put an end to the old parties, und fury," which, every body knows, signifies nought referred to published in New s ark. nnd t- Mr. Gramptoni's -
whole South in
non with those of the arc directly Tallahastee Market.
iJ the coalition >f the democracy. It will does the Sentintl really imagine that by provo- Journal published in Wa5binjjt >n, whose cdit" From Washington-- _

ties into two divisions, and both of them based a war of words the Floridan am bo led oil. 01 piojirietor. I believe is a>i Enili liumn ; the Anericin Tolved. These facts they are certainly interested iimowing. 13 ILrnMnza.Feb.' 12.-The Gadsden Mexican Trca COTTOV.-Ftbrvary 18. Tlie warlike asect

:; slavery question. One party wilt l be tl.e nation, I siy. whilst it looks to such organs for For aught if nny thing that has yet ap- ty was sent to the Senate on Friday morning accomnaned of European diffieultieo. Ha deduced from the Pacific'

t inn |arty, and the other tho Abolition ) something less disagreeable to him than a perti. truth and advio% may expect nothing but deception, seared iu the columns of the Sentinel to the contrary, bv recommendation of amendments. Gen. cwunU. received on Wednesday mornttig. T'OIIXJ'

;.:c not quite ceitnin which' will finally prevail demand fur a ctnfcttiou, or blind the eyes of clothed in two nf the prints in scholastic language, he of this State probably fondly that t Bask urged the President to approve the Treaty. a dullness and depression in the market, and up to tae

atrujglo) w at length seriously begun. Ail public to the fact that within a few weeks after be and iu the remaining (Pile. which it l h unnecessary to Whigs imagine Truman Smith has taken ground in opposition to closing of- the 'day on yesterday prices had declined

ever happened ou this quevliou, all the : his editorial he name, it will be found! decked out in rags from Billings i is the Northern wing of their own party who ar S the orgnuization of the new territorial povernmentjTlie full i on all grade*. The transactions of the week

Iti20 down were mere child's j.lav, ) ) : career, signalized that com gate and adorned with the cool effrontery of bribery foremost in fighting the battle jiutice and peace a t Maine Legislature ou Friday elected W m. Putt have been limited to the sale of only 247 bale*,at

what we khiill ** next Fall, and uext bear, by palpable and deliberate liberties with and corruption. I have never wavered a moment, a- this pregnant juncture, and that the really factious am I Fesscnden (Whig) U. S. Senator (torn that State for prices ranging from 61 to ?*. The ajr regite rcetipt,

''l Tears to come. There will be no more truth of history i If our neighbor labors under ware from the lust of the truth. I informed you of six ?. both in the city and at the T. R. R. Depot amount t')
found in the ranks of tie Drm F ,: The old ouee will be condemned and set aside. unfortunate halluciuntious, some friend ought,out the intentions of the British Government, still I sec disorganizing are only \RBIVAL or tut STKAMSHIP OroBGT.The steamship 20,257 bale*, against 17.312 bales at a corrwpuodia;

. t iiitttTeotion on oi.e aide, aud abi'lition ou that the truth has been doubted, but now bow will >cracy. Will the oracle speak and thus dispel tb Q Gconria with 61'0' passengers from Aspinwall, date of lost year. BL *; H '

the ouly two principles upon which the i : charity, to volunteer na hit sense-keeper-the( the enemies of the United States and Cuba be able pleasing illusion I Will it inform the party" iu Pie t- f..r Ne v York experienced a severe sale off Cape

be n.adc." kind of guardian he recommend for us, though to support Great Britain iu her project Pinjects, rida that Northern Whig present at the tim 0 Hatteras on the 9th inst.. and put into Norfolk on the

quite a diffm-ot reason)-until his disordered in however, i is hardly the term applicable to a scheme every ni"ht of tho 10th in distress. Her f-re cabin was Candies.

h shall resume, if it be possible, their carried into effect. the "tefct" was applied, wa non est invenltu LI carried away and her bows stove m. It will re-uir received a fresh supply of Stnart Candi.U. .

;:rft Large Sale of Railroad Bonds.Tbsfirtt No doubt the public is proper These account are considered by the Courier as other words that each one had gone over to the abc t- several days lf<-re she can be repaireeL The pa sen- JUST & J. ilEOINNISS.
vastly amused with ,
important! bale American this but at the time confirmatory of the rumor that England andSsiii litiouibts, body and soul ? Speak I neighbor; blurt ou t gene held an indignation| meeting, and pronounced the February 13, 1853. 7 41
imtde abroad by play, same that public has
t frrsome Juculhs, ea H the friend vessel uuscaworlhy. -
} truth in honest Saxon. Give party a
have agreed upon the Africanization of Cuba. The tho your
between the real
Morning .Vrwj of the llth iuft has been sense and the unreal-be From New Orleans.TUST .
I Let then I) -
ri fur need it in
is which will doubt immf
subject one no receive the light, they assuredly
and And it is the
. r Paris. The agent of the Niubvillo and fact fancy. consciousness of diate consideration of our Government A schema be advised of the fact that Northern Whiggery is ne>\q NEW YORK MARKETS arriving at the Store of Uodgki & Siottu

r "Railroad ha negotiated with a Paris truth that we wish to instil into the mind of the of the" peculiar institution New-Yonr. Feb. 11.-Cottwi wa dull t-vday J DuffieleF Westphalia Ham.
fraught with so much mischief to thu should as ever the uncompromising foe
'L for the aalo of the six per cent bonds e.f thai The public knows that tho editor tripped country, that the common tei r- sale*. 660. bales. A decline of i Q f ha occurra Shay's new Sugar Cured dcx.
and will consent
be prevented at all hazards. never New Ribbed Bacon Sides
to tbo amount of f 2.750,000. So the fell into serious blunders; as to matters of fact, b t L. since Mondav. ,
I ny desecrated the foot of the *late.Oh .- '4 LeafLarni.
ritory by Floor is declining a little. There w a speculative
; Constitutionalist learns from ports brought same public expects, as it docs in the case of oil From the Savannah News Smith Carolina
Daily Morning for light, for one ray of light from the column L5 elemaneL The sales to-day reached 1.500 bbh. si Rice

j steamship, Asia. Hitherto, for many : who commit fimilnr breaches, that when bolter Rumorid Rejection of the Proportion tf lift Four of the central 8f Southern ia easier, 16 bbla were old at H ( Extra St Louis Flour,

i stringency of the European money mark* tt the proper ami tide will be made, as a matter Powtrt by Runia. -*\ \ organ. 96-1C. Sup Fine do do.

Will this NEW Yoax.Feb. 9.-The i.s firm with upward tendency. Sale oi: New New Orleans Syrup,
id all tor aij to American our neighbor gratify public ex- London oorrespondent of the Wheat an
application I Does ho iiitend to acknowledge the corn, New-York Herald, writing from that city on the 20th, From the Florida A"/**, 4/A init."OoaaKcnoK. 14,501) bnshcla Southern white were made at 2.15FC da. do do. dot in | barril '
returned HQ acee ful. The negotiation p that from St of tt at 12. GenesMO at $t5. Choice New Orleans.Sugar.On -
does he design to resolve what was at first bur the ays dispatches Petersburg had beta received .-Sta.Maud*.-In our paper Rid M quotwl
tioned U nothing but an indiottlioo a previous to the departure of the Arabia, which 21st nlrw* typographical error occurred in regard t 0 Corn i* easier though nf* V tobly lower. 45.00C

position among European capitalists whom a & freak of a wayward fancy into omethinj affirmed beyond question that the Czar vkl.sLre-: the price* of Sea Island Cottew iu Charleston. Tl i0 bushels were sole it'iO5'teItL? Hand, .

of i a general war ha* made distrustful of & serious I We pause fur a reply. :jected tlie proposition sent to him by the four power original read "the range baiuif from 17 tO 28c,:' Turpchtine, P *ia k.c4Tar.LTupintme h aoMaNo1 doll a Mackerol, FoltooJILBeeft .
It i I. reported that General Ludois had trotted the rend the issu i Is 62 cents fe'cTthJt .?ftObMa.' WUaiMiton IN Ltx-hfetn PlabHama;
to seek InvMtmewia thi aid of second thought, it baa occurred to m a* quite t which though marked in the,proof, in Herring, .
.fcenntiet. on bbi snId 1.85 40t) *
Staila.1 and 500 at ,
that Diraube wear was marching oa gtroatb. from 17 to 18 e." It ia far from our heart tote b! 5.50 ComrnhIftP.n1411' Dried Herring, Fresh Go be B V I
.lutifc Should thIs great eonfliet ctully our cotemporary abould! feel tome diffl. The wounded Rntaiana were< arriving.lufttao'l to injure the trade with Charleston, and .we treat the iti at2.50t'IL Tar, 1000 bbla.' sold at tI:$ Baltimore Roe HemiFreA Owmfrr Batter-' ,, .

,{Ii a am by no meau* iinprohahle that a large i at this la!$ day, fa preparing an appropriate par. day, and the town in tho vicinity;of'Uie" laid buttle our uniutentMMtal error will be excused, and that tb i is ptrbu.. : : .. Songehl Salmon, Itfss ApfJ* **%
(Taf7 will find it* way to thi* country, to j I for this unpleasant mnergeuey., 'Had tlw mat. were unable to hold them all. : explauajivo will bo found satisfactory. Our long co Ia- Pfckeled Salmeo, We.tofClwe.fk

it1 Inwricon 8Ute anl ltdt1114 Stock been attended to >lier th. czpljioatiaa wouk t In the r oent battle near Irtale, theRuuitSbadI too reports are taken from the Clwrleston and Savai! A WaJ ngt"ncorrespooxkot.for;Uic New"'YorlibuiwMTs Dried Coar b. fl.ii :

been of easy aocomplUioeiit but tb 22,000 men engaged. nab papers resp ch ,-. 7-; the ; now tbinj The Turk ,hare 50,000 men coucenfraUlKatefat. I abut Standard Id wpy thi;Md also, that tie Sw h t n WAgs vittfvt fAa Dvwlat bill. ii it a* tnd ia'lt. >p hifiower, Capers, Prun'., Co.'tw Fisrna, &*.. .
Hil mmorej that Mr. Fry'btcnJ* notoriety, through Floridiatft eontluued'call 1 The Turk. an Dt- bM *
preparing to croMtbe ba
5 ; New* witt do Uw lane, a* tbif explawruue ini: I'-'* '"' Re P. i'p tI dhip pq 13i- Fril. IS. 1P3', T
tncdiflf wtua fc; t'- / tgilii' t!: UrtU, '- J ths cIr usy: !h.r,firs reacnail; btiirttc. TM t 4'C it y cal!.-i forth br BOQJS diUrial rttaatV* in lire forim;




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jtuit Received ROGER'SiIVERW8RtAI1tAR. 1'1''or hrsle. DLJOp. DUVAL, Bank of ChariMtoa. MONTICELUD

TALLAHASSEE at"flew JNirt. JkrWa. r.KEWMAir os.d h Tht.IS.
jpcr.eLr.W.1LPettea, and Lot in WeSt of TaHanasaeW reeently FLORIDA. AGENCY (wr. ,
:O3c1r! :ztra ih Complete Cnrr *f C $ 1EoUsE Areber witL fifteaa S. ; McHAVQilT A OSM05DL and 1
1b1. by H. OFFICE AT
F 40 Superfine Flmtr.g C.1d Ineiia. tba, aruehtlI oeeirpied THK COURT HOXTtK. Newport. January U, JUL.NoUce bu.a tip Utat large and commodiow Urick IW1dIm

JB do d" Nf w OrVimi Hyrrp, phUR_ ofBlo, aad nil acres uf Und tUcbei Appl,,toj. T. ATtCHER. January 28.18&4. '4 South of the Oovrt HIMII,tomofy oenpff M a1i Yrn -

Rectified Whiskey, oilirr LUMJC CompluiutN tCfldI *ff t* t by Mr.QuJbTMJ .Mtgowp Ute a$ V'S BaOtr
do Peb4,1854. 8 To the Owners S
5 Tipr (' R' Consumption.rHIS of Georgia Lands rpHE bigtxtt prfcw in cash will b. mid aCaB time Howe, takw thia Mt d Mbn&ir the

Ti rcM Lard.j For Sale and Hire. EESIDISO IN FLORIDA AND XL8KVUESE. 1 by the Mibtenber for Hide, Dew Ska*, Leather he L.a i,' &o a I

b14. Ari and her child about S years THE umfcrsipwd law. conneetron wilh his Law sad Sea Island Cotton Seed-*k* reipectfnUj toCeil. ft it pst.IiISKths.-
r into nil A NEGRO woman a Land Prime Hide 10 to 12 MUM T>r x|>t.M!Alw ipmi
do Qntnrs. preparation i is petting use over our Jold Also lii1e. Agency, for the examination and eaoUper poood, sable
do Pecann A uts.n country. The numerous letters \ie receive from -cheap to a good purcliaser. Cook Wf.Washer ale c.f Laud m Georgia, particularly in the Cbrro- u Deer Skins. 26 to 80 eta Mu who mar 'w l los house,. Th. well kao o. Lit.
good ,
j iii balance of the a

BERRY & ROWLES. 1 "ir; immediate ueighliorlioiKls. warnmt us in Buying and Ironer. Enquire 5 St* tn Cherokee, Georgia, can therefore wfl them through Saa Island Cotton Seed 30 t-. 33 erata per tmriieL with tie Hotel LLTBLACUVR& .

1*. jpr'4' 7 .- one of the lict, if ii"t the very U-f-t, Cough Medj.c February 4. 1854. me, or have their description mind value reported at These may be sent to any of the numerous OoBums- Monticello. December tl, 1858. 61FUrUa

now before the public. It alnio invariably reltVCS Notice. small cost. Send me your numbers, and earcfullv stun MercbauU,or direct to me. and save all ehaig* ofCommit.ion. State ti(s fcr filer'SuWriWr

and not unfiequently cures tlie very worst caps. note the districts and sections in which they may be SAMUEL HOST '

ns Teacher or Governed, by a When all other cough preparations have failed, S IX months after date, I shall present my final .o located, anJ your business shall be carefully attended Charleston, S. C. AV. 149 Lust Say. THE will offer at Auction. Vtb city'

t srrrAT1ol' educated, at the Jforth ccmpeteut to C.neb hid )bas iclieved the patients, as i Druggies dealers inledicines lount und vouchers to the hlont'rableJuihge of Probate to- i January 14.1884. 9t 2 1 of Pensaeola, on Monday, the 18tl of Maaeb,

t% *nrn r" l.i''v ii' biam-bess together with Frcucli, and Physicians can testify. Ask the Agent Jefferson County, as executor of Paul Ulmer, I will ahse norcba land in Cherokee, aod pay a S 1854. th16th SeetiMia iu the Uluviog Rings and

tie rflzii.lI: Address MissJ.J.O. u vour nearest town what hn been his experience ol late of said County deceased, and ask for a di8miNoo fair price /or'jhem in cash. Fresh Groceries. Towuhipt. to wit : -' .

O.inKI ?fl3 L" 7 t he eflVcU of this mediciue. If h' has been selling it and discharge as such executor. JOHN ULMER. T TERMS. FROM New Orleans, per Ser. Petttt," Hung, Towiuhip -

ur any length of time, be will tell you Jefferson Comity. Feb. 4. U54. 5 and the value Cask Bacon 51 \Ve.t, 1,2.3,4iuid3Nortim,
Examining reporting of a lot of 40 .
Lands for Sale. 82 -
S do 2,2,4i16
Plain Hams
Groceries .c. acres, $5 UO.
83 aud "
A el te 1W bM'-mging to the estate of Henry P.elow we give a few extract* from letters we have UST received from New York and New Orleans, Exaiuiniiu and reporting value oft lot of 160 3 2 Boxes Tierces Beef Sugar Tonguea Cured, Ham. 81 4 1 BinlS ft South.

1% c; : !uty t the 1e Executor treated twpnvatrly, bychhtr eceivcd lately regarding the virtue of this uicdiciue. J 6 M. La Carolina Cigars acn-.flo I (00.10 cent the amount sold for in 80 bbla.-Plnt.* Extra flour, Also Lou No 1, 2, 8 aad 5,of Sec. 16, T. 2 S, B.
: For selliug. on 5
nf Knoxville. Gn I have Scotch Snug; per 10 bbls. *1W.
,. : MARThA (GEE Executrix, Dr. S. S. Olin. rays:- 1 15bl. Railroad Superfine Flour,
>een ut-ing your Liverwort and Tar very extensively 6 Boxes Star Candles, every instance. 8 Hlid*. Brown Sugar. TERMS :-One fourth cash, three fourths payable -
R. K. CALL. character fee with
Exeeutori. j u niv pact ice f'u three vears pa C. IL IcPONT $ Address
Sentinel. .tire'that 1 state my belief in its superiority over nil 1 llbL Sperm Oil, sure, if required. 2 do MononpebaU Whiskey. tauce. Or hail IM paid in cash five per cent.oo lit*
7 Cm [ Vf. A. LEWIS Uw
Ft.rlr! :? _" >ther articles with which I am acquainted, for which 10 Hbls. Extra Family Flour, Atfy; at 20 half bbla. llouongehala. Whiskey, credit iiutalincuts will Ut deducted.D. .

LOOKING GLASSES; t i is recommended.Mesr 1 Bale Bagging Twine dimming, Forsvth Countv, Georgia. 10 boxes Star Candles. 8. WALKER.Rfgi .

10 Boxes No. 1 Brown Soap. January 28, 1854. 4 4t 5 bbls and 20 Keg Lard tfT PuUic Lovdt Stoit iijmFhiida.
*. Fitr-scrald &Bennett,writing from Waynesrille.X.C. -
old established Looking
OVfJ.-Tlie -The Liverwort and Tar are be- ALSO on baud Notice. 25 bbl*. iIolaK. December_17. 1853. 80 3in
|\ Cln" Wnrc House of IUCIIAItDSj.SLAN1)S say :- Onions for BERRY A
and we A lot of cheap, planting ROWLES.
Iimre this ,
removed from 33 Court landt street pf.ming dnilv popular in jouutry Goshen Butter 1 LL persons indebted to the subscribe-, by note January 'i, 1854. 1
it sneak commendablv Superior Ills
In lot C'nAvnrES Srucnr. (corutr of Church.) one th nk ju tlv "i>. All who hate tried beneficial alleviating Brown Sugar, New S\rup Molns-es.
block i"r"i" Broadway, New York here will be found.i 1 1I of it, and say it which is very it is recommended.in For sale bv G. A J. MEGINN1SS. Mine as early as possible. Having made a chongein Provisions, &o. TALLAHASEE, FLORIDA,

n t-:t' a complete u Bottmentof Plain and Orna- the complaint ft-r February 4. 1854. 6 4t my busiiie-s Hrrangemeit renders it necessary that Wholesale and Retail Dealer in '
BARRELS Mess Pork -
iiii-iiud 1/K'king C'It3QC$, Portrait and Picture Frames. Our Agent in Picker* District, ii. C, Mr. S. R..Me- ___ all present dut-s be settlnl as early as powible.Ji.iL2S. 3 0 F
flint he it with srreat benefit in Sheriffs Sale. E/BARNAKD 8 Casks Bacon Sides. DRUGS AND MZDICIBEP.r. .
Lc. Ac. Tli! trade furnished with every variety of Fall, asnre us uses Ib54. 4 JR.
< -
2 do do Shoulders, r It. -
his neighbors.
vi.rk, in e'Mi'pcwlHii state, at reduced rates. his own family and recommend" to of writ of fled facias issued from the
virtue a hb?.. and half bbls.
Florida Land Sales. 80 20 Floor.
hi .
instance of woman in vicinity B Dycstuffs, Surgical Instruments.JL .
February 1*. 154. 7 Sn| He rives nn i. negro office of the Clink of Leon Circuit Court, Middle ;
been with disease of the lungs for 10 bbls. and 16 half bW*. Whisker, Spicea. Snuff. Wtudowr Glaaa, Paints
who bad suffering Florida wherein Cotten Oneal is plantifi lIE subscriber will offer at Auction, before the
WORLD'S' FAIR PREMIUMS \ears, attended with sevencough, who wss relieved Circuit of Blown, is defendant I have levied T door of the Court House of the County ..f Ducal, 4 bbl Mouongebala Whiskey, Oil, Varnish, Putty Manufactured Tobacco,
and Legrand upon Molasses, Rope, and Tar. tlu
THREE PRIZE MEDALS bv the Liverwort for sale.lwfore the Court Hiie doer Wednesday, the 8d of Miiy next, all ICth sections
Sub are the cood reports we bar of this mediciue and will expose Cth in said Connfy.Btfore aud for sale by McN AUGHT A ORMOND. Fine Soaps, Fin Tooth, lure \*inea and Bftntfiet
the ofMareh
IIAvE jut; been awarded to the very from all parts >f the South. For a report of the sur- in the city of within Tallahassee,hours on Monday the following, day descri the a.sr of the Court House in the County Newport, January 1854.. 1 and Hair Brushes, fi.r Medicinal purpoM.
lti4. legal ,
: and upeiW I pii-ing cures it bnq pcrf >rmed in the Wistern. Northern to-wit' of Nassau, on Monday the 8th of May next, all the Paint Brushes, Fancy Articles

PIANO ,FORTES and Eastern States,we would invite the Buttering bed Two prop hundred rty, and :forty acres of land, more or less, lath section" in the said County.Ik Cooper's, Carpenter's and Black Garden Seeds, Fine Havana Segar

read the which accompanies each door of the smith's Tools. He has reeeutly received per brigs Aa Sawyer and
bvtbe suVcrifter at the Crystal Palace. In patient to pamphlet situated on Foil s" Purchase"! about one and a-balf fort- the court Hout in the County of
*Ih'Vboxe< announcement,they would take thii bottle. To all w e say iuie hop*. have hope 1 mile West of HarvejV Mill,aud about nineteen miles St. John, on Saturday, the 11th day of May next, FINE and well selected stock of the above Ian i Montiuk. a Loge and fmk tupplyul every varirtr

making to return their tlmuks *0 their numerous j j jfruniU TRYTHEMEDICINEl! South-Wi-t of Tallahassee.Liod i all the 10th sections in said County.ll A lug from Brig C.A. Coe. and for sale bvilcNAUGUT of articles usually kept by druggists PhinYer* and
pportwmty Physicians will always find at tlm establishment
-fore the door of the Court Huuc in a full
SEASON of said defendant,and the County it OKMOND.
and liberal beieto. IN the
ii.r'the cxteiiMie patror age BE WARNED iiNiiias| property
lore toinled' to tIet.noti a' ure them that no pain j jahall and neghr'-iK-t that cough which is dully weakening to be sold to satisfy" said writ of fieri facias aeoordinirtohtw. -' of Putnam on Tuesday, the ICth day of May next, all Newport, January 1851. 1Crockry. supply terms. of every thing needed, and on the most liberal

b t-pared to sustain the flatteriiu; reputation al-1 ci"nbtitution. irritating threat and lungs and H. T. LOCKER. Sheriff, the Ifith Actions' itt said Countv.
your jour Orders from the Country promptly filled and sat
the door of the
Picf.iic Court House in
the County
i,adv attained, and in urr to mei t tl.e ineiea'rd Ho. i ;muting on that dread di,4ic.e. Consumption when so ByA.lI.FiLKEL.D.S.Februarv isfaction
: guaranteed with'regard both to I
Mini:!* t r their instrument they have added largev) soothing and heulinira remedy cnn l I.e obtuiuedas Dr.Rogers' 41854. 5 &t isfOratige. on Ms'tm.1jthe 2'2d day of May next, all! FEW Crates and Hhd Crockery, for sale low, quality. Physicians carefully prices an
the I Gum etionin said! Coutsty.t A prescriptions on>-
faciitie! ; x\hich they iillriinhlft
mauufnctiiriiig \
to :!i iir )S\rup o of Livoiwort abd Tar. to close a cvubiguoitnt.. by pmuxlcd.t .
Leon Circuit t 'IVrm-8-One fourth C.ssh.the balance in three
them in fat art* promptly to meet every deiria'ii equal
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS annual talmcnts, with interest in adv.. t AUw EPPHTG'S COMPOUND FLUID EX-
whether dealers | nre.D.
B from abioad. or oth-- Iloldernes Adm'x of } '
: iyers Elizabeth | Newport January l84. 1 i Til ACT OF BUCHU.
and base imitations. The >nuinc article is signed S. \VA LK ER,
,-r*. we invited to exan ne our splendid assortment' g James lloldt-nu-ss. dcCcascJ. j In Chancery. t December
before! ivircbosins)! C1VW I1r('. j AMM'.TW Ilocius, on the engraved wiapj around vs. J- Bill for tpt-iinc;per- i-gi-er: ( of Public Land-, State cf Florida.Janunrv For New York.'THE | 24. lt>83. l\

GROVEsTEpX & TRI STOW. ] eat(ll I,ottle.l'iiee Strong and Chris- formaticc. : 2*>. Ih54. 4 Class Oils Wkite Lead &c.
Cbri-topber ,
[> p.ron 3way X Y.. a.lj"Jniis; 5St Nicholas Hotel.X.P. < M per bottle, or BIX l."t.i-s f.r *ri. Sold tiaua J (- new Brig E. Remington will have im- ,

Premium* were awnideJ by the Am< rican wh,.Wallj.n.1: ictnl by MMV1L .1 MKAD, Strong. ST. JOHN'S INSTITUTE. 1. me-liiite despatch[ for Ute above port. For "| fif\ BOLES Window Glass, assorted siren.
all T appening: by affidavit made in this; came that freight or apply tiMcNAUGHT' JL vr 100 kegs White Lead, ,extra b No. 1.
the Southern States. twlmin pabeage pure
Jaktiti.1: ** t" tlu-ir PiauoH five yt.nr in bucc >fr I I Spring Session of thi Institution
.h-len !luiii. (Chri-ti-phir Strong n-sides out of the Till common- S & ORMOND. :; barrel*. L'.n-c-ed Oil.
Jrhrunrv 1R, 1851. 7 flni 41.orders and applications for Agencies must bcaddrebsS Mi He Cnc-.it t-f 11lida, and in the State of 3jj i its Monday, the ith hist., amid u illil.nw the fist Newport, January 7, 1&5L 1 : 5 Lard Oil. -
Thur d.iin June '
rvTp' AND TOBACCO. <.ld] R5O' bv D. II. Ames Ilirnnrd Ajvlaxw..'!!. s"p7i: I is 20 Kt-g4 Zinc I'eiiut.L ,
// L< o>fl-i fJ That the "aid Chri't'piemStriin! do The nndirruned happy to in firm the public that Salt Salt : (? packages Fire-pn-of Paint. (Ill!*,and J bbla)
Na-b & Co 'hLUa'.mm&s.fteV.! & Sot Chattahoocce
i rrrr.u IALtILL t ILL), )1 A LI. ( rruIll: and SII-WIT the bill of complaint flied bfieiu, he has MTinrd the services 1.f Mr JOHN BENNETT as 2 barrels Rectified Whale Oil

yo. 42 rnun IM ST., s. v.0T""I1II ; Gc <. F. IL.ltzll. Mat iaumi.i : Jordan aulson. or appear the came will IM' tak 'n for conte-cd u.iiit&t bin : l'iiiici[>nl Teaiher, for he nu doubt uiU! sriv etiijie 500 SACKS Key West Salt,just landing, a.md 2 Train Oi!. 1 bbL Varnish.

:> f>r sale the following arli. wat?:In't 1 Quincy ; A. H. Wilson, Newport; Samuel l'u1t.cti 1't<), i'l'd. That a C"pv of ihl:( (IrII-r IK- pclili-ln-.l) jnfsime nitiofa'tioii. a b Iiii- sie-rtmI i .tni <..Xiiui: < and for sale by : Spirits Trtrprntine in barrels and Copal at retail. A general

c | &>r q'Vihty :-Mieetlioy. Sc(itpb, Ciqu-e 'ii. Mi>?.tic-lto. I. 4meowsYLdli'I n.-\\spij [,'Illh1-l;!i in the Middle Circuit i-f friond.i hiit; .itistaiiat if McNAUGHT 4 ORMOND. assortment of Colors,Brushes,and other Painters'materials.

T.vv".i.! Uipe<\ H
Fine Cut .baccn$i in tin fil and pajx'rs. A more 31.r. : u.ti1L: GILLLIfl CHAMBERS SOth J murin. l&l. tick -u of the Mihscribvr, a-s l he lu. cLargr of the Institutv | December 21. 1853. 61O

t\'uliird I..wi it1ii.ti (If tinvatinus aitides can 1 bbv Ltd .WAYLKS BAKL'R, Judge.A |I and the tuition muit iu every cube be paid to Potatoes. -
(I-I:1 1t.t1Nt11)S imiu ; sioii:. I
) f'I'.n;, fV: a fill price current as abve.. ] True Copy-Am.!T: ''him. BARRELS Planting Potatoes, landing Hints, Syrups, &c.

'Fe'irury: 1816.1:. 7 3mEFection rI ii: uerih.i. re-peelfullv nnouuiicc t ) the La HUGH ARCHER. JR. Clerk. Board can be obtained in the village on reasonable : .)O Schr. Petles, and for sale byMcNAL'UIIT& per ,LD Otard Brandy, Fresh Dates
4ie.l s.id ty-iitl'-MH-n 1'alftha-sce and i(-inltd 4ui ; terms.i .
Ft-brusry, 1851. 5 ORMO5D.Newpoi. Old Port, Claret, -
01' a School House.QnLT3I ; ...j tUe'i: (;... !/ i-. iptndailv fur the rweptioti ovi t tiit4 i The rate of tuition per esescn of five months are Madeira 0d! Port '. -
Januar 7, Ib64. 1 ,, Juicn.
) j rp' *a'.4 fir tli-j eriviiou ofn SclmoV r. Sj:ii'Iin ; 4-\c<-il -d. Miiiiutuies taken c.f alfiiz.s Insolvent Estate Notice. j as follows r : S Sherry, Sparkling Cider,

0 H ,nsin il.e citv if Tall.ihaS'1 will be rccc ivtd : Hill I cUKiif_ tli.' mit t. Ludicsaud gentlctneii art STATE OF FLORIDA, { | Oi tli .graphy and Rending.. . .. . ?6 "0i I II Fresh Supples. London Porter, Scotch AU,
tit the oSiV! 4.1 the Cleik: I of the! City Council up 14 the united to rail and examine their *p
f.t.rth il-iiday i in Much next. Plans mil frji eiticat It Instruct!,us given ia the art, aud all kinds of II. PATTKilSON. ex-oHIeio administrator ol, Englinli Grammar Ge -gri'hHistory| aridRhsetutic Lv Orleans, Rai>j berry Syrup, Sardines. .

; Mcaulw M-n at the Mine office Pr-'jiosJb! uius | Pagucrnau materials for sale.Kl'HNS S J b Armetrong. le >..:n' ><1. huvng thw day filt-d ,. .. .. .. . .. . 12 10 Fresh GotJit-u Butter, Cabbages and Beets, Strawberry Freth Lobster.
benia .rit.I lf.r Brick and Wood W ITK.BUlf .
< Double
1 Eleini-mitary Algebra. IJ.'ok -
Eu'ry Leaion &h
in the 1'iobate Offi'e of siid a wr.tten do do in Kiu Ouioua and
County nugiresgtKtioii Hops,
K WOillf. Maia Iwnh of the building 40 fict t I rtlr'iamv I 1. SM. 6 1 v : ht-c1iniir. Natural Philosophy. Li-gic, *
that he behexes said e-Uite to be insolvent: Western Cheese, Chocolate und Cocoa, Ginger Salmon.
bv 4'rt r&iitn out l 'e tn out ide, two tor\\ The
> IigI. Watch Clock Repairing &..c.HE It is tlnrtfvrr t>nl>r\d That nil per >ns having l1aiuTsivr.nietryeometryaimd( Lund i Piue Apple Cheese, Tomuto Catsup, Pine Apple Clam
fu l fl'fir to be 15 feet nlcjve the grouud in fmnt ; lh<' claims airuinft suid; et-tate do atjd I file the Mime I urvevittz... . ... .. .. .. 1C 00 : Sodii B. cuit, Walnut do Gauva Jelly Preserved ('nincee
J>.J fl.mr 12: f vt iu the cleiir. Mid ceiling if'2d flm>r 12foit I untlerbigned gives notice to the Latin. Gnrk. M-TH' mid InUl'e'-tcai' l'Liliiso- Cnrrant do P acLea.
authentit-alfd in Peaches
aforesaid lnm.'is
ill tIme i'flie n.annerprescril do Brandy ,
efl tins t-ltnr. The fir>-t t-t<>rv fmiu foundation toln 'ffi'sijjji1 the eiiizcn- of Tallahassee audis
AnaKtieu the Cal-
| Gelatme
phy. Geometry
>ed )b\ heir.un or bifor- time 7th d vof August Wal r Crackers, do Cberr'e, Sparkling ,
biick* (r IS ludtef. thi .k ; the P N i.nd ,.tiiv 1A or tf surrouinhng country that litiving per 1S54.; LUX. Mt I Di >N A L.D. edus.. ... . . ... .. .. 20 00 Butter d Sm; ma Figs, Flnvorim; Extracts, fipicw, .
luinclut- thick with pi'd.its lor poiticii nnd paititinii 1 inanetitU fttled in tl.is titv. he Ims opened a WaiUhCli .
1th.4. 1 SSI. fl Cm Judge of 1'robate. P<-ru>n-> wi-Iiing further infoniiation. can have a I i Sugar do Pickled 0\stems, Yeast Powders, Pickles,
'''u1-! ui-i'i: nitt fl'Xr, u>> pir plait T.IC oiiuintiii, t"b >r]>, and Juwclry repairint estiIli4iiicnt.,where itil I!
Cirni'.ar'! JAS. L. MOSELEY Fresh Ixbsters Corn Starch, Salad Oil.Ccccu. .
>* <>f iii-k. au'J ,)} to tin* tonne to !lN PULVERMACHER'S HYDRO-ELECTRIC Mi 1. -n. Jam 'N. 1.V54. 4 Su1t.I H-ihimore Roe Herring, Sardines, Olives, Cprre,
01 art",. Tlie wli4
L'J1 a e. at *f IIvd., aiac; (' 41i Iat, auI: tio Iiitj.h.I I tlir j,re'etjt, hi- hop is at Koom Xo I I. Jlonioc )Houe.up C'H.i ILSII, MaCCIr1t11, Worcestershire Sauce, .
VOLTAIC CHAINS Reward. Engli-h Mustard. 1). IL AMEL.
>A' .in i felling'' l 1 'i1e"ek Iii j.i Cl ltll4 4 NL'v nnd! uovol motif of app'\ii.ga powerful T VWAY frurn B.eiti Shoiddvr Clarified Supir, December 24. I6.3. 51
an \ i:eiiiinij te 'air. which tL -v (lo not d.! } ; ) me, at my plac ort 4-i, ; c-I
\VOul) WORK*-Tin- first and oeeond .t.'rvt to b" sire to )bate reni"\ci. wililjc waited on at their hou. s 1icinediul ngrlit, S" cons.ru'-tfd: am to Uwuru under 1V Th rstlay. tW ith iif_ my ihcirro man, | do bides Java Cxifi-v. in mats, FRESH GARDEN SEEDS

fnmml w.tod JuililniM-. and lo bedixided m'o viti. I bv tiotifxing me in person or bv Irltrr. All woik war- the gurnii-ntri, next to the skin, p'tMiucing u con : Chri'tma Suul boy j is between 6 and 7 Beef T< ngues, Stuart CanUie ,

Vli.Kil Ruiitit and! two Ri-eitnti'tn Run. and, ] jiit: >*t ranted. J. SHOXFKLD, -taut Uuiiiit -rrupte.l current of Eject nj lztiet i-rn. ef ; __ 1, ftt I'ith. ery Lbck. tbin built, speaks quick New Syrup. Filberts and Almonds, GROWTH OF 1S53.RCTA .

i* e itry, staii way. t.\. a indicaUnl in the plan Th- Monroe House Room No. 1, up ftairf.IVTmrv tecting IMMKDIATi: RELIEF from the oust acute when epuni-n to. a'id: lins l.is fore fitijer tin ()i)e (-f List do do in | bbU, Capt-rs. Ac> tc"DODGKISS Dna, Flat Turnip,Cctbasrc.Beet*. te..jna*

Cinii< r and Kiitiiblaturc, to lie f f the I"iiieMl 'I I. 1 1E.r. I. rt 8m |-niiiirl. p.iiu, aud uUi> u {K-rmanent cine of all j hand -ut off at the tIr4 joint. He is a %cry sitrvwd, A SCOTT.Dee. D. H.AMES.

1i. The I.s4f to be triini"d vitb almtit artful Mlow. and To SI, IS; 3. 52 52 December !4. 1853. Cl .1
trmsi-s 10Itvl For New York. MIIVOUS; in: AIS- s. pretty good Carpenter. any _ _ _ _
npnrL indicated by the plan wh di Mill sup- < It hn clJom fulled to furnish almost in-tiwit relief (EtC v.l 1' will
]mrtiliMpier: | ceiling j'lir-tv. Timlier f.'r the tni'ses 55t rPIin well kiK-wn bark, U. II. Gamble will and! final > iiinid : i rue wurd, tiie ul><\e amount will he pnid. -awxTiwN: NEW FIRM. NEW GCOJ3S. .
n K-rinaii* nt eur by 10-lug atxirdii.Llo
to lie 6 l.y ii fi-r hue jJatis 0; by C ; rafter.3 by & j l'feL! bave iIimnclliate dtf patch for the above dircctioiit., iu the following ilit-a.e- : M M. V A UGIIT, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST 1.

j.'iiitf:* 4 by 10; triiden, ? S by; 10 ; upper ceihu It. IV-r pa'-SBge onlv applv to the Cnjitnin on! [-nmatism.. Uterine I I'a'rs I ClTr J. .kf, M.iJisou Co, Fla.Jarrjarv NEWPORT. FLORiDA I I NOW p ON HAND ,

j.if'f 2 by C ; maI brnws to truss, 5 by 5 ; piincitvi; I It.irin : or to ilcN A UGIIT,A ORMOND.N (hut, Sjvhitica of the c'S. 41. 4 41 + MOST beiintiful Rii-1 roiifd av>rlm-nt *>f -
rn1pitnti.ui Heart, rrd Il t-lfcted stock of A
S receiMi'g large
w|n t, IVbrurry 11,1 K.H. ( nf-w A wi
? yii-U 3 by 10 ; door tid. 5 by 6; other l'nnd\i-, iVii'Nlical HeadjuLc, -- ] OFFICINAL DRUGS AND CHEMICAL- GOODS which will besoM low fr CASil m.tSir

*" J-,2iy : ; uiidur tcSd fl-nT 12 bv 12: IH.X \\\n\ j Pioneer Line for Charleston. 1'aii.t'ul and S'vcU.'i! Ji-iuts, St. Yitu-.>* I.mr; i i Rice and Flour. large stock of Pattnt Mediciote.; Wl.ite Lead. etc.o.n the odirtiimx, ol the country, at a small advance
.f the Faec
1. ''Plin J'ak t Schooner F.ini.ire," FikI Neutalgia tifiiT.il Ii. bility, i QH BARREI Inline C.nn.lim! Rice. et- ; a splendid assortment of the iin/st approved
20 gi4Matid U bts hung with) wish's! witno\ie! ,
.I..flt' be ; 1i't.r; js now hiudiug. and will ha\e iinclesjiatth D48CS! of the Spine, I'in- -( tin- rt-t! J 3w 12u! bblf. (Jeorgiii timid Carol inn lour Sih'H-1 B.oksToy B.. .ks. iVctn-sl. Note and 'llvmn Cask and Exchange Room of j
Kiln to ea 4ed on tliv iiuiilc the architrave "
; in Dc fuces arj Biidni-s! <, Hyettrc> IKsj-rj ia. safe anivt Srhr. M. L. Da\K byMc.VAL'GIITifc Books F fscap'Paper Laid Letter, Gilt Etlc Paper I
*tjltf, as MI iwu 5iy ihf- plan ; xiimlnws to have pauurl'bukn. iik-t1iitt for the HK.VP poit, For freight) iiitigHfleIthi Fur to t M-r : < HODGKISS it SCOTT,

.! ftizht > .f -nii>, leading to the *oC"nd st OUMOND. Comtivn Not*. Eir.twssed Note, Sprig Paper;

M iiii'-a t.iiib to be of I.rrv. Seats and
according to plan., Floors to U> laid! Mithyullow pine! I Supplies.UST imply wuiring the chains f.-r a few bourn ruth c'nv. New Stock. (lime'. hx-ludhig alni'-t cvrry article 'U-id usrfnl in We will mate every exertion to render dealers with

lnnr1nul ii,<-hc i wide and 1J inches thick, I Iru.Ie't J landed, from Brig Taurwur, lie it UlidlT-tiNM] that it In hot cblnirr] that it euro I /% NnWSTOrK.i.wcllselecte.1 Dril? and the i-oiith millIng which sorr.etLing n'-w, novel and 03 pti titni'ilnteatid amnleeqILsvdE,1JIrZtinz cridi:*.

Utid t4Ifl'fl.I. Uox ImarcU tO all the room.u1).ut -. 8 bbls. R< fined > ugur?, ill diseantt-.I( but only the for which it is n commended I L-t liviiilfllK jut Tecivd from New York, I I heneferal to ibe tt'fikted.wit : P'llvermarhcr's Ily in goods of the best Dualities Intest anti most approved

twelve incite* uiJe. Outride
f.-biin :( jwmnel* arb.. and moulded pain<-l-2 1 10 bli Hiram S .iirh Flour, agent of any kind has performed ni'tnj tii'lc?, Wilifihlilr>- thinj commonly kept hi DiiiuI I lower than at any other Du.r Est-iblicb.iicut hi the Our Assortment will constantly be enlarged and en-

tnehps tbi-V. limiJc duors-e pann.ls eaeli. 1 J inli,.$ 20 IJ..XC8 R I). Cheese, cures lui lug the last ear of those di'eaee just nawetIt I i Stores at A. H. WILSON'S new ston". Newport, FLi.I I oountiy selling tl.e s-ime articles. tidied bsfresh rupplies," rid will embrace the entirw

tiik-k, muuVdvl and kn % uhii% in HI buttlm es, i| bv Dried Apples Liqui Wines. Ac, fur smile bvJlcNAUGHT S I Dealers in th- country can do better here lLau t. send S lWmber 51. 1S5S. 52 varietY" of goods deinandetl in this market Annexed

4*, M.I to have g od nmrticP l.vUuitb a master k.-V ORilOND.Newpurt Piilvcriuac-hi-s'M Electric Cli.nins, I t<' New Vitk.I DR. MAXWELL, is a GENERAL SCHEDULE:

I 'i. nil. 1 11t jK-mcipal jirt to h, two feet apart froniOHnt February II I, l I3 6 And to prove this nn<>iti'n, we defy anv U 1'. S *k hen tof,.re. all Officinal Drug and Chcm Embroideries Laces Ribbons and Trimmings Ladies -

to c-ntar. i'.trt.liw 6tud 1C inch*f from ce.ntir sri rJii.* no well authenticated crrtincati-s pers'-n r. lea** tfiirmitfd J'lrrr. HAS located permanently in Tallahassee. Resi Fine Dress Oooth Faiwy Mantles. Shawls and

tii confer upper eriiiigjiste! tu I* 16 indies from Fresh Supplies. ><- niMiiy and oientiic .t Newpirt, January 21 i, It5l. 3P one door north of Dr. Engh&bV He will Cnttk Fashionable! Boni et Gloves. Mitts and Hosiery. ; -
vatrt.. ec.ter. Tn-M T Phyvii-iaiis intilligent pfiti K < .
bt ps ( ) i
J itfjli .fp..rch.nnd to be built of ood h/.arf pine',; Outliuk ) J- Herald and barks Gamble und C. W\nn, 6 ii he Agent la this eitv. i Manufactured Tobacco. November It'. lSZi3. 46 3m { Clothing. Boots mid Shm-s Hats nnd Caps Bucpcjj

i : t4-p< toU about lofretlwisr, with handrail! bricks ; IdO boles hay ; 25 safks c4'frISJLbh.MIk1; ( The Electric Cliiiiiif wer first introduced in Frnnei Vi RECEIVING further stock of some 200 Seed O3IM..lnn and Rope. SAildlfry Hordware ami Cutury. Gens.

an,1 baii-n.tm.aHof gooj heart pi'no. Jnf to be 40 half IbIa. Flour; 10 dn. Ut-fined Sugar; Wine. Li- in 1850 amid after ) .. "JUST a Nail a d 'll"w-wnre,Crockery. Fancy Boxes and
being the th
Mir-ji-eted to lower
m'">t r- Ih-xes a-foiud Munufutturvtl ToUicco, jit
f ltCtVi viIi ltIih ( C bnrds. tud hinqle 1 with i ], 'luoiH, Clieetie, Apj !es, Planting P.IttltliC5( fcieeil Oats, and I BUSHELS Heavy Seed Oats ct"HODGK1SS j Paints, 1'owdrSla't mmd Lent!. Flour, Beef. Bacon.
mgh iiri.l trial the fjii'tmedienl ir. Pan
bit by im-u tkin :t (-:,lI \It. bought iu of the hare mars' i SCOTT.l .
Ibirle )1iiI: lE1. Vnllw* and .,?:?,? to \* Nails, IJo'dow timid Hardware, Cart Sweeps, Pluntatiui -, Mind prut-s any Butter, Cheese aud! all kiud of Green lea .d FrQps-
they were to and inarvllou 4tltflIc5
i-tnrig! < NiTJhTrndeif will do well examine
poieM to
kt-ts 85
t.fc'pp' r. AL tue rc. 31. 1SS3. 5.! iunt -
CarjenWk.. a, u ual. to be Iron, aosorted kizc HOIK? ShI4I4 (. Nail Rods. o\yer| in relieving )pain, wherever :applied and l IM r ordrri-i thir 9to.-k. Will furwarml
putlteJ '.i.Jl ,,, r'U-fore ;; Spun ;
eroMS ?? j lii'eed;, < their influenceweteiirttoditccd into the it. A SODA WATER APPARATUS
ff. v.ith I \ lur: ], hospitals El M samples, with jtn-rs attached to uny (Ieloruti. ,
rtiitan to.U the j jIItIuWN., fastenun.. j4ultFcbruary 11, Ib:4, 4; that nlixi M-eurcd letters Liberal advances made on shipments of the above
4'.. all mnpe>. Ihe vb le city aim by pit cut by tin L cn-dit to l tol April will be given where any quantit ion jtAXtrr.\CTt"Eixxi, DBAWINOOF aD norni'o,
ck to !he down1 Fien< h Government. I). LALlD. article-! byIIODGEISS SCOTT.
lest mauucr au J wjUi test nutej:1. i Jefferson Southern Rights \- is required. the latest and most approved construction,
Th'-y are now introHiicod in almost evenHo itain November. 19,1853. 4l
New Janu.iry 21,1S54. 3
j put
G. w iiVrcniNa.Clerk MANUFACTURING COMPANY. manufactured and for sale, with explicit printed
I tgland, (;erntan-. An irin. lielgiutn. nnd ptitentfiin -
City C .nn 'il. riflE[ StocUioUcrs are hereby notified tbr.t an .. tlw ft-untries where they have become the mos t S 'Wakulla Iron Works iiiectiotw lot its use. by JOHN MATTHEWS, c"rtitt Selling at Cost.
of first avenue and 2Gtl street, opposite Bellevue
---- 4 4t [S.'rin.i.AN for fne Din-ctiT of said will popiilar% curati\c tb "world.
---------- I Company Ix ngnt in < The establishment devoted exclusively undersigned b now offering theM Jntire

ORDINANCE: I held at the Fa<-toiy Uuildiug, on Saturday, time "StliusUnt They were firt intnNlue into th* TTiiiled Htnte m NKWI'Oirr: FI.OBIDA. New-York.to the manufacture only of SODA WATES MACQIN-- T or k of G )od$, in the Sttrel.tdyoc- >

To Prevent Hogs sunning at I at 12 oVuK-k, M. about >ne yi-ar MIICP, au'l went tlirough! with the sanuii) r.2ig uf a-4.

1. /> it Mda'ed Largey I Uy order of the Board of Directors. trial fl4 in En ope.[ and were at once hiTTiKlucfd ii 1 TIllS IM> attended t > with pruinptueos, aud ound a large as >rtment of (-\ article connected gemr.il vrritty GnterifS.. Ftr.ey mixl Staple Goods,
S by /.le,4dui 4vJ I SAM'L. STEVENS. u\ry Hospital in New York, where ii cry hich In 'illOri!. Call and txarcioe. The en-
(jLnrnufl Secy. they me now 1 all ork done with nrutne and dispatch. tc. Establish0(1 w (
Cuw.cii f Sir ( w with the buMoe&a, including Muteriaf{ '
ctn day. from supj| after the i4, /Tu1l,1ase..Ttiat :I i M'liHeello, February 11, 1854. fi daily ue ctTi'ctitigcvemi more wonderful cures tbaftha<:1 AH Und*of \v 01 k, such an Steam Wort, Mill Work, 2'> Years. tire ttk: ean l>* bad tit less turn New Y, rk prini
'arage of thi. OrdiW ever before been awarded them. Circular! Saw Machinery cost. A rare chance for a bargain can be Lad by any
nonce. I .hall uot bek.ful foi5 | Administrator Gin;; Oew'uig. Sugar December 24. 1653. 8m 61
Notice. I
Ll ; the owner or )Wier of 1IuV.I..O11 r They are highly recoriitmn.lcd bv Profs ValentinMolt. P Shafting) Fahleve, Hungers. PlotigbCastings, Bras S oue wishing the block and Store.
*tiy Il) IIg., haviug claims against the estate of r Van Burcn. Poet t. alit! others, who! hate of k C. H. BLOOD.
lieU. &i t.. iit Lv- ttL. U.,. ALL persons ] publi4 I- Ca.tinjs! tc.; uU, Sugar Kettles any size, pte.utaiitlv A ROYAL STOCK
city of Titlt1iaqe; ttnt m the event uf j; 44 *1. O. !-aiLdf-taxed, bite ofUudftdm Couutywill I iti 1 their views of their pow er nod value itt i.tiiral t.1.,. on baud. All work done in Mich an e tab-- Tallahassee, Dec. 31. 1S. 62 2nj

tUW Ordimu, the Mar.b l of 4 city the "" jxi-MHit tLern to the undesigned adminiKtrator'witl.in the medical jourtuds in Hint (it). and are alw in th hi-hmiiieiit' *will be done by iis. with K particular regard Of Carriage, Bungles, Harness, Saddles, ;

UthPflLe4 ftc ed to belLe and impcua* I' the tiii'e prescribed by law, or thev' will IK: daily practice reconinicnding tluir u-c to jmticnt.A .-. to the strength and durability of the work. Collars, Harness Maker's Stock and Tools, Fresh Supplies.T .. : a

or bogs$4 fuuud, ruuingr at to uie any I 1 haired; und all indebted to mid estate are requcstecto full account HHl after pro'Qisugi ouik) int'l l
Lnavu. givet payment iiiHiietliatelv. pnmphb-t, > sent to Uie address of
twoj any persoiV ii & IX
lrivtei rt the Court Hiue door 1 S1T au sitid citv b1id GREGORY "W'b"P( t paid) t. JORDAN i Terms will be lihornl, and all work clone strictly Extra Northern Floor, 'No. 1 Mackerel.

ur41! i* autLo,iwd and requin-d U, anie _Ti)ruary:.1! ._1 b51.: : 43 8w Adininiktrator.Notice. DAVIDSONQiiiu', Flori.la, who aro ngcuN fir J r cash, or accepted orders on n.nie busiucss firm iu tbwpliwe. Western I BbU ** r
: !
puUie outory. to the highen! WJder. r Sleinert, 5C6, Uioadway. N. YM! n t-nt for the 17. $.-- TullMhuiwcc. or Quiuey. j S.F. Kits -

lie proceed* tt wbicli sale t<. K-lonir t ; BuckwbcAt Flour, < 0ri.d ncrring;
an J the remainder to go into the city 'Vi1'1*" from the first for iss. ]\/TliMUKAiDA CARRIAOES AND BUGIVL ,-
Treasury Jv 1 } publication of this no- All letters must be addressed (port pnid) to and Cndh.
rid.!. That jrevii-us to eai 141 1 saV, the OWIH-IWT mnr tic*, "i.lapDlv to the Honorable J. Was Id Price of Chiiiu-, $S and ?S. M. IL POSD A CO. GIES of all aorts-amoug thcia some <>f tbbtuou 4 Pried Peacm's.Guthen
lbler. }: Cheese ,
of said )bo? or IKJ S so seizw ftnhi| impounded, that I ItilL of Juilgu Florida if Circuit. Court for the !itId1u Cir Physicians are jxilitely invited to ndl mind exnmin C January 21.1851. 3 NewPort, ha. *sand-bin*ting, duet-dispelhng.stump-simnouul- &tg Dairy Butter .* Apples,

bar the right to claim and remove the wine, upni,, (or orrl, at liii otlice 111 the city of Tullatiusee their coiMtructiiin. wnd pronounce upt u their merits. ing pattern, which will go twenty wiles uu iivui-. andtu1) Creen -
the payment U. said Marshal of one ih.ll.ir for curl l I drew F.Vithcrs Ia ll the fu1lo'g nal estate (if An p ONE WORD MORE TO INVALIDS.No Boots Shoes, &c., nily wilh the borseo. Using specuJl adapted by 6 Shoulders Sides -Oranges and Date, -
wJ cvtTf LOJIW claimed and renmreJ PtaxjftJ'mJttr strength and high finish to the [corduroy] Railway
: I 41'1j hloratir
Thut eliould claim \itiiers, iufiwt ctIdr uf person need fear that they will not accompli]m REPAIRED. service. Courting Carriages for polite gentlemen. Sugar Cured Hanw. Water Crackers,
n.) lie made. should hIuratj MADE AND young
or th.I. C. Withers dc BntterSrarar ,.
ceiled, t.s\it what it ts claimed do Lard. in rni and Kegs,
.LIrs1il(1 be utuUe to effect a sale in the ; jiwt they can and all person continuation of( and Sulkies fur the go-disposed. The well known
manner lit HIE subscriber in asking a -i .*
No. f ,
prorided 1. mmii who have become disgusted with ; i Sugar H Syrup,
1 ii a constant SADDLES of wh.ch that world
above, thn anti in that the wid fraction5! pourirv he bas nceivst4kofUie John Gilpin upon one
case ilanbal i itnlimred J. that
Lot 20. oil I notice is
2 gives Clarified Soda
10 fractiatial down of ttnitrums. (Ixittlcd! swill patroiiaye Sugar,
Steij.,1 Patent ,) kind! -
to dp416e Of the said hoj tir hogs -iz. I in 21. it 'I' 2. N..t it are ) of Superfine French I renowned I Captain **
so < the of i w, be: quality Crushed Lemnt 4.
,4 and County Leo,, and Stat.ufp I ami politely invited to give them a trial. a very Rode fourteen miles in fifteen days.And -
in Lea
impcndwl any manner bct ralcuhitc l i<) I three hundred Ida.cuatj Ehibk Su1 k teatl-r. Patent **
lu the ) and uijuetv a flKff. N. B. One Chain will lust for years,nnd lose none c if C lf skill, imported" looked behind him.r ."- Loaf GtalMni Bread.StewairuCimdws.
iie of,hi never
jnrpcw *ordinance, either bv kilt- or its lectric and Bt Mun' en. iuid every,other article tppertamin" Rio Coffee, *
? iLA.Wj by nse. can be appliod to eithc' taer. aduptwl t-> peed and :
ng J t'r! power 'r risla r And numerous other pattern,
Guardja sire
"of The4e
8=rnc be-volld the limits ll"rv snz4 -*
city, rem'T'D" February 11, 1851. G or child. For sale byJORDAN to a Bout bMbMinMul. and service. Some E if the varieties of HARNESS have Java S. S. Almflnds,
rcrra-li "ff any per in or to re- adult Vmd. and -will make tp Bj ots Vinegar Brazil '
VI'Ve per&oai \ A! DAVIDSON. the most tnpniw Aw been. lead of." but other must be seen ta be appre- Apple Nuts
baffle, Bwiar I
w.ein: of bo*,,fid upuu cluimaut payineutof the ku require Copartne- Agents, Quincy, Florida. Shoes of the very best chttriptioiit South -f theUwuaJ' ciuted.All tb. WUIl warranted to hurt if well applied Sperm Candles, Eng.Walnuts '
HHHE undersigned have this February 4. 16S1. 5 -'S' to order fib?- immediately returned Aduil. Zante Currants : '
i A8 ed in Council Ftbnwry day.eatered into 4t M. WAA3.HOUSE or will be taken back..the money IMJquestiffw
18. 1854SSi a -
-L partuerthip in theWHOLESAI.E Bauk.tr in feather Table Salt, Onions, ftc.
WM. asked,end a reeeiptgiv en stirrup
IL IUYWARD Iuten1&t. D$. T. B. LAMAR 2 Vt
kind the wished in
.wTTttT O. W. These Whips are of the same post
Fbrury is lit'TVR1t$, Clerk. AND RETAIL 0 PFERS his Professional sen-ices to tha public.He .- lionest lutud. Damask Table Cloths, Napkins Tidies, Lirtrn TxTictonn

-, 7 4t :oa- [ can be found At the former residence of D;: MONROE every'. To lash the rascal, naked throtigb the world." ingsWursted .-Fiialar
_ Fainteri.; UXDEX TltS XiXK A D BTTLK OPBARNARD James from XullAliAi Hunter*on, the Tboniasvillo road, eight inilt'a TALLAIIASSEL.FWIUDA. T bare 1so man', Patent., Sole heather, and otbeiTllUNKS Loo/Fancy Shawls Prints, L.Brown a HHkfa LJoen., Emb'd Wsb Linen.end Ptatd Iflearfrtd Shal aad,,

'4 IAvery Sthtle.' & MAXWELL. January8. IBM. 4 n> weH-known liotel !Imvinj Passed trots I 'n Vli li.tl* iiaficully is to find the keyhole : -Bard ilmlhw, fleavj we il shIrts awl -DrVyer?. Fin
is themselvn in despikir
_ a. Blek,4'1 'rH htuda of Mr: B. P.-Moot*,1otbow on r several tbw-ves having hung Bed and CrH BIanlmto Negro do. Lnw-ya. jr4j
hop, in 'tvbicI wll >
I kind. of 'twk ) a1 They "be pleased :to lee their fricodtod a MEDICALNOTICE. gf *ettrtu <) on accotmt oTit. All ibt-i'e.midO.eaO; other articles.
tka wnps4t4sir TfcHng. D'f-
app *" : n Plaids and Stripes TCtfi
that bus patrwu at &ii old sUnd of E.Bmuuarj ._ tI I wfllie oW low lo tncct tbe exi envTes xif the times .
tci.m .
,..., that he is ppsid-to Oioaburgs, B* EoIeataI iiscttaa t f -
tb&pubhe seas
asouib1e terms as at other as JL.gnof'theMortar., corner of Mooro 'wti the st the hnes ifd and t0C1wf ot fr ao.entirejoew stock, expected bj -
ay "WM
?artniti lmplemcuti. the city._ aBdjClittop trceta.wberetkey wTll.keei 4 J. TT. EPPFJ aid PO adr SibMI cgtaph kUAil The fuflt f xt
: suth a Turn ee.ethets'4H the > n* mooup. -
IiW5 baii! located In TalWause sad at a* reasousbis $ -
o& Clejce Heel Pine, &c.kept ready,made SOterii. a f Iid general anlrtmeot of articles tpperttininj r tbcim'elirr toother tn the pract ee of. and Mediciue awo iate mUvA f'td Tlie hm* fa w H Applied witbservntsaweveIl ; I ppy! to ,,. S E. HULL Such CMiea Hattprti andBI.bbets.

'ect4jtLty LDL Th will t5uru j to their) line of buiiucsi'and tfi&Rt -tb nutmaace..oI f their Prfi-B 0nal MrrWt to the piibfie.C3ZT off esovenience to mike gne$t$ torafofbr* UPAIftXO cane AS o maoB hns-t'istici Salad Spoon* and r>r ki,ae.k-Iui,,' Yc'w !

ZIZt7 of supp1yi tbe&sehe iitJ bii3i thrfidj4, enul*>tev Oeeoi4Wth. Stor.j pl* tiMisit whiC 5 sii4 rfMot&Ue bers, JVAtkiana' *b have K slippyc I-Ld1r.. ILilling' Phi _

I.LJ1ItOKAw. I E. 1ARLED, .I*, Fbei-Id3Ce of Df, JUbarUoti; it time Tarsoniice I. with tteirjSfWMCi .A extt'lIrp. the *t ;- ; traces of party,* ca be&;

? ? e o. rnotrp MtXWttLi jiisc'opaI Chmcb. "WM. F. ROBERT of th. Li TdUrt. k WthttlfclA 54agsm2Imet vT4US

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JUDSON'S a 1 DR.. MAROHterseiLiiiATii i1ii. :.Cbfti**,\..*:&\. I 1 New Fall' and Winter Good*. I IWE I .I, 1Ir. LT.NEBVK ..: : : ,-' -. If

OTV tATE are now receiving from i would again call the attention of our cotton "' nUATTtNTJOll ask leave to AHD BOlfE 'j
uneueif/ I' V tbe Brig Asa Sawyer,and nod friead to our well selected stock\ of LYJL. .ans IIIIOI or jf

ron THE,CURB OF BUFFERING FIMALE3. a v handagoM and will well opi selected at our stock Fiirntar of*New rooms i'wiCity ., FALL AND'WINTER'GOODS- Oood.ssiWJper. "> -..antj idapt.d tejowEdgings HEAL ALL AN1PILMt 4.

1TSTANDBpr..a.h" nade Furniture awl Chairs;vis 1 :. which wt are now receivmr from Hew York and Baltimore _

c .a. incut Jar its cars MahottnrSocreUrfcs and Book Cases, ,eonskting io part of the ftOlowbf, vie ,and Ina fln1. A SURZ CUD roa 00D11XPi10..
tire powers in all the MarbL Twp and Flab Sideboard. -
disease*fur which it is M Centre and Sofa Table, GROCERIES ?AO pes Georgia Plains. SWISS FxTngs Joa.. JWteee P11K 11M of w. ato.mthi T .

__ __ _recommended called a Bureaus, 20 Boxes No. I Soap j20 P6'* Washingtou Ker- a V a1eoeiDe a8rnyrns" 1 tended with i pandl.ledsucs m,7.. .
F NAI.B' 0011I'LADITS. M Washstands 2 Bone Washing Com "J8. Real a of Man or Horse.Scrofula -

: ( CHERRY AND LUNG WORT Mahogany Extension Table. pound, J24 pieces" Brown Plains, Saxuay M Smyraa Flouodors. Fur .J/ ".-It speedIly f1II'fe 1Uae-
** Plain' and P1.IJnuajities .
allj .4White
z u 40 Boxes Tobacco of Blonde
Of these Brnltaat" Bums SeaUs Tetters and
ro* THE CUKE or are Prolap .. .' {: Lmsey.
BUS Uteri or Falling WivkRosewood Wens Swelling. Risings Sprains Cats 2.
tagto, Colds, HotrsoMS Spitting 4;-O. of the Womb; Fluor Centre Work and Fancy Tables, Imperial Young Hyson dApronauJFumltureCla'b) B .. Cot'n Goods. Ulcers. :. Sore Throat aalivatiT*!!; .
Mahogany Wardiobes, Irk Teas ))10 Osoaburgs cury. Sore Mouth, Nesralgia. Piles .,
er Blot4 Hlgtit Sweats Asthat or Whites;Chronic Inflamatioa 2 H do JACONET Cambric Swiss Muslin G"-I It.
!: 1AIDOD.
Rasberry Ear
Syrup ache .
and Uleera- Bedstead, ** Check Book" or d by i1liftr the _
'. ; Liver Complaints ui tion of the Womb; IsEL Toilet Table, Whatnot., Bronze Hut.Rack*, Quaitetts. -I I Rio Lagoira JavaCoff.e.Sf and | Brn and Bleach'dPale .Stri* M ..NainsookFigM stopping it with wool or cotton : cL. .

eidcotal Hemorrfaage, Basket Table" Music Stand, UJgb and Low. Otard Apple and Shirting, Curd" Curtain ** tU breast with the ):rniowot soil .dJ'
6, 8 and 10-4 Brown
I CONSUMPTION.EAT1I or Flooding; Painful Pott Bedsteads Sofas Tete-a-tete, Ac, Ac' Am. Brandy.4,6.Rectified and Bleach'd Sheeting Linen Bishop's Lawn. pooofol internally, with a little .ligir.I".t.

,t I; can be and ha been prevented thon 12 buppreseed, or Irregular Chain of great variety. Monongebala Whiskey ;s1 Bale Br'n Cot'n Drill the ??" way "*e, ", Asthas a.: ?-
' this nature1 rnnrdu, Menstruation Carved and Plain Mahogany Rocker. Phtlnaw. Bronchitis Cowumptioa, and n2i!
l sands of case by ownJTJDSONS At, Jam. and K. R RumLiuen Sheeting and Pillow Mourning Goods. .
? CHEMICAL EXTRACT OF CHERRY with all their accompanying iris, (Cauoer excepted.) Cane Seat and Back Rocker. .Linen a cure curt o/ooumptioo OM a anall tahis _l _
all wool
(1 AND LUNG\\"ORTH.-Thi. medicine unlike most no matter bow severe, or of bow long standing. Walnut Maple Rosewwid. and Oak Chair. ROM and Holland Gin LC SMrIbofi Carolina* and BLE Bomb de Lanes Black Satin 4 or 6 times *day and keep *. breast w.h 0 ( _
Maderia and Port Wine ainra. Hair
"t /f the patent remedies of the day is the result of the The CaUmliooo far surpasses other remedies in being Sewing Chair, Misses and Children'. Rocker AdamaotincFraoklio Stripes FVdSilka Crap. with it. Pain olany kind euoot at after

: [;: careful ttuJq and experiment of scientific and ea. certain, less expensive, and leaving the system and Low Chair. Sperm and 20 J'CI.Bed and JifaUraII Watered do, French -M meat ha time to produce it. cffeeU. ThiI K- _
-1\Itia ienred PIt.I.it .. The two principal; ; ingredient in a better condition. Let all persons interested Nursery and Refectory Chair. *e. *c. Candles andeking, Plain English has completely triumphed over all LmJoMai
\ t' J. Cheese do III
BERRY ROWLES. Yinepr, M'mnj Sleeves Collars. Pain killrrs
celebrated. in such mediein call and and Extractor extant and
known and a obtain is
' J t. Lave long been a pamp'ejt Butter \NWbite Red Yellow and ; a pr.p .
:l i It WILD CHERRY BARK.-When the strength of (free) containing ample proof,fro-u highly respectablesources November 12. 1853. 45 Crushed' Loaf and Clari-. Green Flannel. lion used by the Duelers in their prartKe. A

t'.t Jt this is properly ertt acted i i. the bert medicine known of the happy results of its use, together with Wanted fied Sugar.Bleach'd, and Brn Cotton Handkerchiefs. trial. of lU virtues will satisfy any person of iu.

i for curing the worst Cough and other Pulmonary disesrs letters from first class experienced physicians who DRY OR SALT HIDES, for which the PowdeV in Kiti Kegs
kr fr' it t tocseD. the phlegm and enable the sufferer to have used it in their practice and speak from their 1000 I' highest market price will be paid by i Kegs s,600.Negro Blankets, CTbric Tape Bordered I Chafes He Cuts Hortf.- instantly cures Cora.Stra
' and alone"will cure the wont cold own observation. ,Wounds Splilllt. I.StiR.
J, Rpa. .*
f easily a'.Caltcoes Sattnetts and
expectorate October 1853. 41 HEIR RUST. 2 dot Canisters Pow der, Ky winn.y
15. StaiIs
! or cough which ifn gecte"dahvaJ..le&d.to! Consump RcriRtNCE*.-Prof. Dunbar. M. D, Baltimore Md.; superior article > Jeans. Collars & Sleeres. ,PUss of the eye. 'WbirlboDt sfaiy ..

.l.lj"l lion. J. C.Orrick. M D.Baltimore, Md; P. B. Peckham M. Bale Rope, Ate. Mustard 20 a Fancy Tweed Caa- Distemper,Stiffuess or S LoekjaMK .
Candy Crackers p' Collars Embroidered Sleeves
; 11.LUNGWORTH.Thi.* is a plant the virtues of D, Utica. N. Y4 D. Y. Foote M. D, Syracuse N. YM. & RUST have received Steamer and Onions >> wmers, I EMBR'D Lace M dcv the Big. Head, Font E. Nanl OaUa. ak. ....
d whichlare knowu to but few, it ha been said by th. H. Mill. M. D, Rochester N. Y.. L. D. Fksning HEIR just pr Cotton Hose of all or of any thfcr.
Yea Bonitos
L. Ba,, from New Orleans -t Powders, MatcheSjLad I Setts of Sleeves A Collars. DIRZCTIONSv-For
;tF.a t,;. most learned men of all times that nature has pro. M. D. Canandafcua. N. Y. W. W. Reese M. D, City Bale and S qualities JTm.-flnk rub yD '.
Coil Pickles I affected
and of New York Precotc M. D, N. H. 70 Rope part with the liniment, from S U I '
"' Tided for each and disease the Concord
.I"j 1 a remedy every ; GcnUemen's Cot Hose
TwinBbU. 10 M n I
1 Bale Baginng superior Began, Silks et cetera. day, woolen
. discoveries that are daily made go to prove its truth. Pamplilets can be had gratis at the drug Stores of wLi of all qualities, keeping 6 cover over H. In she,,. I
j ALSO assort
I a
b" : general
;:'..}i 1 Lvnfiroith i* doubt rt* tAr remedy designed by na the following Agents. 10 M Superfine Flour ment of Iron and Steel >Also Lamb's Wool and GLACE Silks. White Satins, affected., use For a e Vtr. For Salivation rub the .
It healing PALMER d BROTHER, Monticello Silks Black" plea tore eyes, of COUTH tht
ture/or Connip1wn. properties are .
ti Hose
Leaf Lard.Oetnh.r ALSO of
6 assortment Country
Kepi an | i
. and the with which i it SAMUEL'PULESTON, do. F1orenoe" Crape Liell .. ment applied without the cover,sod in aaa1e
.s truly wonderful rapidity cures 29. 1 R!!. .u Saddlery, consisting of.Ladies: Shawls Gloves 4 give freely internallv. .
"I' N
: the worst cases of Ulcerated Luu/ soothing and subf1j D.H.AMES.TallahaMee. 8.dd1ea.lIartio.Bonnett Bile FIjI Tarfetons ..d Cofa.
duing all Irritation almost immediately i il proof of ABEL A GRIFFIN. Apalachito1a.DL Staple Goods. Bridles, said Bitts.'Br'D. Bile and Col'd Flax Bl'k Wat'd Wlute Silk Illusion, For i&. //*,..-Unb well 2 cr f time a dr .
t f ,I' at* adaptation to this disease. These two article coin- A. a BREXLEY. Alligator. Bagging Southern Lowtll CVb'ga Stirrup S Thread. Drocade" Bl'k. affected part without cover exeept in .pa. .. i.

'i I"J 14"tlil/t1; other purely vegetable ingredients form a ty Letter addressed to Messrs. Beach Jt Brownson KENTUCKY VaucluM .M DRY GOODS.S l Knitting and Work. White Wat'd M Blonde Nett into wound the nostril For Distemper, rub the forehead Mtft*

I ) medicine that i* certain cure the worst case of Con. Agents Newberry C. H, 8. C, by Rev. Rer. C. Bale Rope, Virginia 80 pieces Georgia Kerseys,"! ing Cotton, Manufactured by I.T.Henderson "I' .

l i sumption if taken belore the sufferer is entirely pros 8. Beard, of same State. Cotton & Manila Ropes- 7 8 it 44 Shirting, Together with a variety of other articles all of whichwe Ribbons & Trimmings. Price 50 cent*. f'armrrrillt R.Ml1ot.

: trated. Do not be discouraged trial cau do no harm GLXXX Srancos.Jan. 9, 1853. Negro Blanket44 6 4 A 12-4 Cotton and will sell on as reasonable terms as any other "PONNET &Sash Rib'ns. Black Silk Fringe, DILL* MARSHALL Fort ,14
t .;44 Lot will convince the most sceptical of its real wortk Messrs. BEACH t BROWNS IN-SIRS: I send for an- Maciuaw do Linen Sheeting, House in the city. HEIR J RUST. JD Taffeta A Satin" Zephyr Wonted, or the State of Gaines GA n.
Georgia Alabama and
THOUSANDS OF CONSUMPTIVE PERSONS4i.t o'her bottle of ")llU"Chili' Uterine Saddle Blanket J1nridL L
Catbolicon. Choctaw
f your Orey Stripes, October 15, 18'S. 41 Velvet Cap A Bell Worsted Binding. BARNARD.Tallahassee JOHN
r \ Lave been deceived repeatedly in buviug medicines My wife baa been afflicted fur eleven year. and a variety Oreeu" White Corduulle Plains Silk Braids assorted, White A Col'd Bobbin, I HINDS ci DICKJNSOS; JORIALQ

?& which were suid to be infallible cure*.but which have of means has been resorted to for relief but none 3 1-4 Ul on" Lowell to Hats & Caps. AYbiU Silk Fringes, Snake Cord A Tapes. GlUFFJY BainbriIge; ABEU.
.m' < proved only pallitives, but this roediciue is not onlypallitive was obtained until I received this medicine from yon. 10-4 Heavy L.d" Linen Osnabur?*, ApmIaeLkuIa.TESTThloNIA
l but a cure far ulcerated lutigt. It contains Its influence seemed almost magical; there was a I 9 4 Whitney Wyoming Shirting, aWE are just receiving a large stock. Gloves & Mitts. .
;. j uo deleterou Drug nnJ one trial will prove iLl a.too. manifest improvement from the day it wa taken. Marlboro Stripe A PlaidsPutnara from New York which be will sell Union Parish La, M. 20, 8flL '

: 'Li Uhing efficacy better assertion or certificate A* there are a great many (female iu our country Wide Chambray Stripe SUter Bro. Drill, low. HEIR A RUST. LADIES t asVd. and colored Kid Gloves, DeAl.Sim,- Ism greatly opposed to Pine t.6monials .

:, ... ... in curing Consumption'ndJi disensos I of the Lung laboring under the affliction fur which your medicine 2oinnil Plaid lantey, Naumkeag October 16. 1868. 41 rn .,m 'I o Silk ". m cure* said to be performed by patent ai

, and Liver such a*Spitting of Uu04. Coughs,pain in propose a remedy, I feel it a duty to recommend it Super Apron Check, WATCHES CLOCKS AND JEWELRY.TOWLB U Beaver cine* ; but in the ease of Mr. Boeman who uw4
.:'tf*; fJU tid' OM( f.t. iiigf> >ea($, dr. <{.(. to nil ucb. CLOUGH S. BEARD. W'te Rock M Green.' Cashmere M your Nerve and Bone Liniment on a 'on"taDdinr Vcerou

.' 4:' C uli Ttt protect our own as well as the Consumptive J. B.MiacniBi & Co.. Proprietors Cebtral Depot 304 : Gala W. Clams -4 -A 5.-MYERS H Buck Gauntletts, ore leg I am compelled,io common honest?
.t sufferers,we are obliged caution all to find Broadway. New-York. : Plain Linsey, Liht.) a BITc Silk Mitts to make attestation to the merit of Mich ai4 invaluabV
, the signature of COMSTOCK & BROTHER on the January 11, 1854. S 0m Green Raise Furniture ARE now receiving and have on .4 Worsted medicine. I am the more anxious to do ttk M tit

L : : wrapper. without this it is worthless counterfeit Ritntmber Brown Glasgow Buckeye Chambray their Fall supply of October 29. 1853. 43 person wraa a patient of my own. and. previously ip
. I: thia.CARLTON'S. A LARGE LOT of TOBACCO SEGARS White Dnin. Slrips Green "'wee1s, GODS, to which they would respectfully u.mgyourju.tly named heal all*eo bit lef.be I.4
anJ SolMce a' HODOKISS SCOTT'S.Nureniber Ould Medal" call the attention of the public: MEBTOPOUTAH SILK STOCK. used all remedies nsnally adopted in neb ease Jt
t.1.t LINIMENT FOR TIlE PILES Ac 19, 1653. 46 01" Gold Hunting Levers by Tobias. short time after
REMOVAL a using linimeat ..
4 4 Ballard Vale Welsh Fhmnels, your waa pfrr.
-It is nc>w u cd in the i>rincinil] hospitals, nnd in the 44 a E. Johnson and
private practice of our country by an immense num Bonds and Liabilities of the Union Bank, Cadet Excelsior U t.nd. Jean, Twi.led lod A Orange dc t1annet. Josh.Johnson, EDWARD LAMBERT & CO.. ly ever permanently it was. cured.Yi...&e.Hi B.leg B.ia WEST.now a*u.too1aa a

; -It oer "f individuahi and families first and most certainly sale by C. A. COE. Oauz Gentlemen's! Open Dial Gold Levers, IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
Linen Crash TO THE
I. for the of the PILES, and also extensivelyand FOR liloN" ,
cure Ladies Gold Arnold Da via A Co
l'j Hunting Levers by ,
* 5 Street, New York. 12-4 Hamilton SILK AND FANCY GOODS
baffle unless whore its Farmervnie Union Parish La March
; effectually as to credulity )et'em1..r17.1UI. 60 tf ',Sheetog. U U a Cooper A Co, II, 1831
i'J: : : nVts are witnessed Extri nal/y in the following complaint Shaded" Loui-iana. ,. Watches of all descriptions, HAVING REMOVED THEIR To the Editors of the New Orleans Delta:

. I *:-Dropsy Swelling Rl"u.nati.elite vr Notice. erin" English FamilyArkwright Silver Hunting Levers NEW WARE-HOUSE Gentlemen-We wish through yonr valuall?jna
.ttL L'Jaro" (,gi rillS immediate eaeSore, Throo., Bniitt, D'k G'n Jean, 4-4 Calln Silvnr Hunting Anchors. Lepines and common nal, to express to the publie voluntarily,rnir ami if
i' Spraint JJurnt, d'. Suits and Ulcert-Whether SIX months) from date the undersigned Executor of Bright D. C WILSON. Watches and Marble Mantle Clocks.JEWELRY. NO. H, CHAMBERS ST., NEW YORK, the value of one of the greatest discoveries .f the,,"

... fresh or of long standing, and fever sores. Its operation last Will and Testament John IcIer deceased, Nov. 5,185S.. (OPPOSITE viz: DR. I.T. HENDERSON'S ".Vfrw .W less
- me
- PABK.)
: :,. *.''i, adults and children in reducing rheumatic late of Leon County will present his final accounts Liniment Heal all, and Pulmonie Oil.
" .1:. swellings upon, and loosening coughs and tightneM of the and vouchers to the Judge.of Probate for Leon County NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS.: Fine Gold Chatalain Chains Brnreletn fine Coral, Invite the attention of the trade to their SPRING Although we are not advocate of the tat efp**

'-tit sheet by relaxation of the parts, has been surprising and ask for a discharge. J. S.ISLER, Executor. undersigned beg to announce to his custo Pearl and Gold Boom Pins Ear Rings, Cuff Pins IMPORTATION of tent quack medicines which now flood the eountryw. .

:/ beyond conception. The common remark of ibuse January :!l, 1864. 6m. 3 THE and the public that he has just received by Cuff Buttons and Finger Rings; Gentlemen's Gold RICK SILKSDRESS think it but an act ofsbeerjuslic. to the inventor sal

' .It who ha used it in the Ptht. is "It acts like a charm." all the recent i is now opening one of the Fob Vest and Guard Chain. Seal, Buckles, and GOODS, of use to the public. to cheerfully and voluntarily;

. i. It i i. warranted to please any person that will try it. Administrator Notice. most exniTarif and choicest assortment of Keys. Gold Thimbles. Gold Pen and Pencil Case. BRAWLS, (from our own personal knowledge of tfc. above sis>

',. fM 4i: Caution,-Never buy it unless you find the facsimile S IX months from ,date tb. undersigned Administrator GODS ever brought this market all of which are Tooth Picks Gold Pens. Gold and Silver Spectacles RIBBONS cine, [and which have been attested by numerous v

...;: >.5 signature of Comstock & Brother proprietor, on the estate of Mary Isler deceased late'of the most reasonable terms. And for Cash Double Eyed Silver Spectacles Silver and Pearl EMBEOIDERIES, &c. 'table witnesses. to say that used iutrrcallv,it is eoof

A on the wrapper.DEAFNFSS.Use. Leon County, will present his final account and vouchin be will not be undersold by any house in this city. Card Cxscs Silver and Inlaid Porte Monaien. Boquet Merchants throughout tie United States are solicited the best medicines for diseases of the lung a4

:el Dr. LARZETTS ACOUSTIC to the Judge of Probate for Leon County, and ask NU\mLr.1853. 4 D. C. WILSON. Holders Faus Papier Xenche Desks, Port Folio and to examine our assoitment, which inNOVELTY" from long ofcervation know it is the best remedy a.
for a discharge. J. S. ISLER Administrator. Album Flower Vases Tea Trays, Girandoles Parlor taut used externally for man or beast ui the em*f
. .! for the of DeafneM. Also all these disagreeable Dress Goods. RICHNESS AND VARIETY,
:; and Passage Lamps, Globes and Chimneys, Feather those diseases for which it i is advertised.Dr. .
January 21, 1854. Im.
:i 'e.oIat noil'cfI.like the buzzing of insects falling of. nnd *, Clusters, Table Mats Pocket Compasses, Sur is believed to be unsurpassed in this Metropolis, and .M. D.Mayes" trutimonial will further e. nnn
" STAPLE FnncSik. to the wants of the best trade in the
' vater, whizzing of steam which are symptoms of adapted very
approaching FAIRBANKS'PLATFORM veyors' Chains one Field Compass,House, Tea and anyone of its superiority the cure of CoraumptioffT.'M.
. Egl.h all of which will be offered Cash and first
. .7') dealness. Person who! have beeu deaf for } Marcel line Silk, Hand Bell country ; to .HAND, Sherifl; C..T.BARTON. Clerk
., and were subject to use ear SCALES class six mouth buyers, on the most favorable terms.
1. trumpets,
twenty DA
year Silk "i""uf.(aborted) SILVER AND PLATED WARC. R ELLIS. Recorder, S. C. YIH. Assessor,
Lave after u_iug oe bottle uccu made well January 7,1854. 1 6t
; r 44 and B ., N.M.BRYAN, W.crLVERHOUSE,*.
Knives and Silver Plated Tea Set Baskets
i r.; BES.-CarlltiHt Founder Otntmtnt, fur the euro oftIri -ALWAYS niCHT, TilE ACKNOWLEDGED Evening Dresses, (a.orted) Cantors, Urns, Fruit Cups Stand, Waiters, Butter, Dishes, THE undersigned Agent of the above COmpAny. 8t nin.er

! t Founder, Split Hoof Hoof-bound) Homes and Contracted KTANDAHD. I'lain Checked and Figured Poplin Dresses, and Candle Stick*. Silver Plated Forks Table Dessert receive applications for and make insuniiM- IL R.BRYAN. D. PAYNK

I r.f. and Fevcrifch Feet, Wounds, Bruisres iu the Fle h, Agents-New York FAIRBANKS& Co.89 Water st Checked La Belvadere RL", anil Tea Spoon- against loss by Fire on Brick and Frame Buildings February 19. 1133. 7 ly .
: Galled Back Cracked Heels, Scratches, Cuts Kick Strii>ed Furniture Merchandize, ic '
L J : July 16. 1853. !8 6m Fine Double Barrelled Guns Shot Pouches and I
I\ 1t .c. on laors Striped and Checked ro.ill.l Cloths, Powder Fln.k English Caps, Gun Wads Cleaning January 29, 18:3. 4 B. C. LEWIS. DR. I. T.HESDERS02T,

I,.J "Otllo"-\11 of the above named article* are told Administrator's Notice. Ca bmeres and Meriuoes, Rod, fine Table Cutlery,with or withoUt Forks, Carvers the most successful, scientific praetitwMf

. ny by Comstok t Brother. 2 St. Peter'* Place, directly person having any demand against tbe estates Opera Flannel. fine porknt Cutlery of all descriptions, fine PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY NOW western country. for the eur of any kind *f

"'' !trl in rear of the Actor. Ilou"e, between Barclay ALL tI. E. Farmer and G. R. Farmer deceased are Checked and Plaid Coking. Scissors and Shear Walking Canes "Accordians, HARTFORD CONNECTICUT, character of Chronic diirun. t wit: Ca. feVnlula.

. I and Vttty "lt. one (lOOT from Lroadteay, New York hereby called upon to present them without delaytothe Ludi Cloths (IreJ) Flute. Violen*. Violen Bows, Violen and Guitar Stock Fungus. Sem.u* Ckeration Polvpus.and Calk
:;'j to whom nil orders must be directed. Also, by EDWARD uudersigned administrators and all creditors legatees Italian Cloth.Bombazines Strings, ItJ.znrC. Razor Strop, Lubln's Extracts. Cologne. Capital taneoiw eruptions of any portion of the body tcg'ah'

j 1- : 1 % BARNARD only iu1'al1allllss'e. who is the and person entitled to distribution in said estates and Alpaceas, (assorted) Lavender Brown Windsor and Yankee Shaving THE undersigned. Agent of the above Company er with all manner ol' Chronic Disease or Gratn/D*
rit only wholesale dealer for Florida and will supply wil take notice that their claim and demands will be Muslin (assorted) Soaps. October 80, 1852. 43 i prepared to take risks against Fire on build- bility anti l Conutitutinrml Derangement; also nOm>

l "7 eountry merchants nt the lowest pri'-c. By Johnson barred at the expiration of two year from this date Thibet Cloth mgs and their contents on the most favorable terms.F. iit. Aurist. aa well as a practitioner on secret da.M

,.:7.I tt Epjteo, Mouticcllo K. Stuns Thomadville, Ga, unless exhibited within the Camlirics. (assorted) In District Court of the United States H. FLAGO. Agent. of men and those peculiar to woman; Also the cal,

(; :J and by one |>crson iu every town. same.W. S. MURRAY.JAS. Fancy Print. For the Northern District Florida. Tallahassee. November 5. 1853. 44 successful ctirer of Consumption and all the nna*
Twilfed of
(d?1" October 8. 1853' 40 lyeow_ P. FARMER, Pert-inn Print. Pulmonary Diseases. Can be contulted by I ttsr sin

r. ".h Jacuory, tl 1854. 8w S Administrators. Gingham. (a rt ) I). C. WI.0N. AT CHAMBERS. JAS., 25.1854,-It is hereby or- Gadsden Circuit Court. person at Fort Games. Geo.
:---1' Notice. -November-5.- 1853. ,4 that the Term of the said Court appointed George If. Heir ;I.:" HAVING obtained letters of administration on the Bounty Land Warrants Hats and-Caps. by law to be held on the first Monday in January, vs. > For recloure of Ivy.August 7, IMf.

l t';J. f J am W. S IIL11gt'. this i is to notify all L ] at the ftighett price and procured u ASHIONADLE I and heretofore adjourned to the first Monday in February William A.J. Wright. J Mortgage. Dr. Henderson, I must say contrary to all expM*>

i:* t, persons holding claims against said estate to present r BOUGHT e who have not been able to estab-fl A L Imp... lulcski Hat,. II next. be and the same is hereby further post- 1T appearing to the Court by affidavit made io this :. ion you have completely cured my later of the C**>
I;t. them, legally authenticated within the time prescribed li lish their claims. If any have received a less i.: Black Superior Caimrre |x>ne
,.; I by law, or this notice will be plead in bar of their amount than they were entitled to, let me know it- Beaver Citiul'. Juy) of March next at which time tb* same will of the State or Florida but in the United States, 01 the DOSe the other direction in the various tr*>>

!; anal E. S. ShEPPARD, AdmV. Having had fourteen years experience in the prosecution t I soft clarcndoui i bc'held, at the Capitol iu Tallahassee.L It i_ Ordertd. That the aid defendant do appear ment of Chronic Diseases baa proved better than MT

1AI.: Janoary'Z.1854)1 1 8wSheriff's and settling Government claim., I understand Otter brush ( .. H. BRONSON Judge. I and answer the Bill of Complaint filed in this caure. thing Lhave ever met with in my !5 yean inv.stp'tion

t'1r4I Notice. fully the ways and means qt get ting through the various Caisimere soft January 28, 1854. 4 4t within four months frum the date of the publication of and practice.

ff' P'. Department at Washington. I have ia my Wool l". GINS. this order otherwise the said bill will be taken for Yours Respectfully. T.A.HOBBS. M.D.
I t. ALL persons having claims against the estate of possession record evidence of 238 Florida 87 Alabama Drab PREMIUM COTTON confessed: Provided,That a eop10f this order be published FanxmvimE L*.November 18. 1861.
l ; L (Thompson deceased late of Leon 120 Georgia, besides South Carolina and Tennessee sqr. crown T. TAYLOR CO.. Proprietor of the Columbus in some newspaper published in Tallahassee Dr. Henderson tb. medicine prepared far mf
r1 t'-.1r; ; County, will present them to the undersigned Admin Muster Rolls of persons engaged in the Florida Pearl. oft E. Cotton Gin Manufactory,have I he sat- once a week fur the space of fiur months. mother in Ipw, Mr*.Hendricka foi Cancer in tick****

,t btrator within the time prescribed by law or they wilt War. If you have any Quarter Muter Pension or Drab Moleskiu Cassiroere islaction announce to their patrons and t the Planter J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge. bas succeeded and 1 feel no hesitancy in T">C"eM

'I 1.i' Ao be barred; and nil indebted to said estate are reques Bounty Land Claim, call in. No charge, if I obtainno a a I < generally, throughout the Cotton! growing re- AT CHAMBER, October 11, 1853. 45 4m I world as I have said to you, that in maqy ytan*xy*
1 : led to make payment immediately.rtri. money, C. H. BLOOD. D gion. Ii'al they sic prepared supply any number Hence in the western country and acquainted witatM
i:: JACOB ELIOT, Administrator.Dec. Eng1.h Drab beaver celebrated PREMIUM GINS. Scientific Practitioners the be* .
N. B. Person with unsettled business connected of their Middle Circuit of Florida. you are very
1 "4. U. 18 1._8w_61_ with the late establishment are also invited to call a Where these Gins have been once used, it would Chronic Disease I ever met with cr read after.
Cuseimere black IN LEON CIRCUIT COURT.
and drab"Cbildreiis be deemed (or the Manufacturer Yours B.B.WEST,M.D.
;I.S J Executors' Notice. November 5. 1853. 44 6m unnecessary ray Reapeetfully.
1. beaver and feather*, a word in their favor a* they feel confident 1 the ma. Joseph B. Batchelor 1 To Spg.Term 1853. Attachment NEW OatXA5 LA,August', 1W.
i :4 !: SIX months after date to-wit: on Friday the 21st Hardware. Heavy wool hats for Negroes. chine have beeu brought to such perfection, thai : '*. l in Debt. Amount Dear Sir: Your medicine and directions in .

i.V-- of July next I shall present to the Court ol SAWS, Screws. Brad. and Tacks Gent.. ail Boy cloth. their superior performance will recommend! them, I James H. Branch & I sworn to 11024 00. cases ot Ulcers *c, tc,have all severally been sees.fully +
rrubate for the County of Gadsden my account and MILL Well Wbeel., p1air in prefereiicetoailotherGini'nOW in use. For the. Joseph Branch J tried by me,and I find them entirely eat*

t-f Touchers as Execub*of the Estate of Reuben B.Hicks, Hand saws, assorted Fancy Bellow. Men. Boy glazed satisfaction ol l thwc who lane not used the Gins, Defendant and all others will take notice of factory and believe your system better than Mf

r deceased, and apply to tile Judge of said Court, for afinal Saw Knives, Smith. Bellows, Leather and are unacqu tinted with I their reputation,the Proprietors THE institution of the above suit by attachment with which I have ever come acres .

I i discharge: of which all parties interested, willf Carpenter' Planes, us. Knives and Forks, } 5. 1853. 44 D C WILSON. I need only say that the FIRST Premiums and are hereby notified to appear and plead to the Your. Respectfully. T.C.-frF ARIJ1'.M.R ,

; please take notice. BURWELL B. WILKES Spirit Levels Boxwood Rules Fire and Marine have been awarded to them for the BEST GIN ex- declaration according to the rules of the court Any amount of testimonial can be MeD by eaUaff

f 1. Executor of It. B. Hicks deceased. Wrenches, Otter and Muskrat Traps Insurance. hibited I thegreatStateFairheld atAlantaGeor. HUGH ARCHER, Jr, Clerk. on the undersigned be natters himself in pvesessMra I

,'.. January SI. 18. .. 6m._S_ Axes and Hatchets Shears and Scissors THE Savannah Mutual Insurance bar gia; also, at the Alabama and Georgia Agriculturaland November 26, 1863. 47 3m of a decided knowledge arising from ten .years etfjtf
; established an in will Mechanic's Fair,held at Columbus; anti at the observation and experience in the Wet aa*
Framing A Tenant Saws, Com.& Rosewood Gauges Agcn practice
t At Chambers.
; Bench and Hand Vice, Patent Axle Follies take Fire and Marine 0 the moat favorableterm annual Fair of the South Carolina Institute, at Tax Collector Sale. the Hospitals of New Orleans. Hie system gives oA

' Gbristba Strong ) Plate and Rim Locks, Files and *. Apply to THO. J. PERKINS, Agent Charleston. The Cotton ginned on these Gins received a little pain and seldom ever uses the knife aIM ..
-l 99. > Bill for Divorce. Padlocks and Rasp Januar 14, 1854. 9m the first Premiums at the exhibition held in BY virtue of authority in me vested by law I have compelled only to a limited extent, remedies southaal
Augurs gimlets, :
tt Christopher B. Strong. ) Chisels and Gouges, Steel Squares, CharlestonSouth Carolinaanu a i every Fair where levied upon and will expose for sale before the instead of irritiiting.REFERENCES.. .

J 4 bill bring filed in this case, and proof having Braces and Bitts Spring Balances and Steel- Metallic Burial Cases. samples Cotton from them have been exhibited.The Court House in tbe town of Quiney,Gadsden County '.

t : THE made before roe, that said defendant reside Callipers and Compasses, yards Proprietors have in their possession numerous on the third Monday in April next the following described Go JO RTH Waucxm, Ex-Gov."Tsuc JomiqpAox
I-Idi .Vt of the State of Florida: It is ordered that a hear Screw Plate. Hammers and Claw certificates from Planters,Cotton Brokers,Com property or so much thereof as will pay the S.W. DOWOT, P.SOVLX. U.S.Senator fivm Larofe ,

It. ; .: ingb.batlootbefact.chargedinsaidbillonthe4tb I Stocks and Dies Hatchets mission Merchants, and Manufacturers of Cotton State and County Taxes due thereon tor the year I > on STOKE,: HAUUOX ham of N. 0.; DntaraiGirr

:t..L ft Monday io March next at the Court House in Tallahassee Chains of all kinds, Masons' Trow eli, Good*,testifying that the performance of (the Gins, 1853,' and the necessary expense,incident thereto, towit Dowsia;and HKMDKXBOS.of N.O.

: ; provided that a copy of this order be published Cutlery, Shoe Knives and Pincers and the samples produced by them cannot be excelled : February 19. 1853. '7Notice. lj ,,;** -
: in some newspaper of this State for the space of three Nails and Iron all sizes, Anvils AA, Ac. THE undersigned keep CtanUyo bund vari- by any Gins ever manufactured. Two hundred and ten acres of land 1I11C'lID
jf.I months at )leas',before the day appointed for said I Butt and Hinges ? sixes of the Patt Metallic BurU Cases All orders for Gin,given either to our travelling Creek, belong** to Robert *** .

.tr"fJ: hearing. J. WAYLES BAKER Judge Together with a large supply of I Groceries Crock.' mentioned in the accompanying eerftt- nr local Agents, or forwarded to the Proprietors by HUGH for Gadsoeo McLKAKt County., will make Cub Advance on Sea TS1aa4VI'
; Attest Hr-t A.ECHKR, Jl ,k.WI J. mail will always receive prompt attention. Gins Tax Collector WE C*.
t > :- ery and Glass Ware, and Wooden Ware Oil. Paints, EDMONDON. 8m. eonsigued to Meswm Jam. Gadadro 1
; 41 "' 11M will be vent to any part of the country, and war October 16. 1863. 41 I
.: ByJouxR.Li.onD.C. Drugs Ac. Also Hosiery, and a full assortment 01 satisfaction.JOS. of Charleston to those of our (.wndtl"M wfck to trj
o :-11 fancy article D. C. WILSON. WASHI.XOTOS, April 5th. ranted (give Tax Collector's Sale. that market J. OEO. ANBERSO5 A OX
j Sale, Novembers, 1853. 44 Fi 1"1 AXD RATMOXD. UUTTON Agent, Tallahassee. vested in law shall October 15 1113. 41 Cm [Sentinel.
GUUIEf:-We witnessed 1 the utility of ornamental Columbus Ga March 20, 18 2. 11 IT BY virtu of the power me by _,
mi Firrt Monday in March, 1854. "Patent Metalb'c Burial used jour for sale before the Court House at Quincy -
Case. to convey
Boots and Shoes.
virtue eta writ of fieri facial issued from the the remains ef the late Hon.John C. Calhoun to CROCKER V, GLASS and STONE WARE, in the County of Gadsden on tbe third Monday in Notice
fftl 1 :' BY Offiee of the Clerk of the Circuit Court for the \ KEN'S superior Calf Sewed Boots. (C..t) the Congressional Cemetery, which witbthe by HEIR RUST. April not,the following described property or 10. TS hereby given that the subscriber AdminisbZS

County of Leon in the Middle Circuit of }Florida Pt.l V J. "Kip pe .. belief that it is the bt imp U us fortransporting October 15. 1853. 41 much thereof. will pay the State and CountyTaxes JL of thEtate: of Thorns J. Heir laU ot J.-

jIl .! wherein Seaton Graotland is Plaintiff and J. Addison Tosth'saswlBoys 4' the dead Ice resting-place due thereon for UM year 1853 and the necessary expenses County deceased wilL six month after date b4vu'

f p.; Bradea administrator of Hector W. Braden is de Men'. and Bovs calf) stitched Brogans With respect we subscribe ourselves, l.ur.Jte, Gwynie'8 Ceitrifegil PuI,. incident thereto, to wit: x apply to the Hon. Judge or Probate of Jeffeii >
ifeodaDt aDd another writ of fieri facias issued kip pegged a H. Clay, IXRAtcbisoo Jeff Five hundred and sixty-one acre of 1. lying on County for a dwcharf from his AdJTIDI5tWI
'I ;, calf half Boots Dm. FOURTHS of the FIRST COST and to belong I to L S. Oatlin.HUGHO.McLEAN.. DILWORT .
from the same Court wherein William'A. Stewart i* Lewis Cass, A. C. Greene w. THREE Rock Creek purporting oa d ea&at W.8.
.i ) plaintiff against the same defendant, I have levied Goat Brogans, D. S. Dickinson Dan. Webster Henry Dodge! sums annually for repairs saved to all who Jefferson County.Decembers. 1851. 48..
/tt up.d
u aDd Morocco purchase the above which for Economy, Durability Tax Collector for Gadsden
I. Slippers ;
M will for sain before the Court House J. M. Mason. J. M. Berrien, W. P. Mangum. Countl'Oct
;'v1:1t door in the expose city Tallahassee\ on Monday, the 6th and Boys sewed oalf&', October 1. 1853. 39 tf and Power stands unrivalled b the World I, The attention r U, 18 3. 41 6m Notice. ..
__ of called to its efficacy s

LADIES Black Patent PLANTERS ia .haal
O&iUI'l; especially
the unleraigued '
day of March next within legal hours the equity of months slIer Iats
t." :J i: f redemption of UM late Hector W. Draden deceased Lasting tip Copper Tin, and SheetIronMANUFACTORY. for Drainage. It is a perfect safeguard againstthe Fancy Goods. SIX of the Estate of Alexander Hendry 4i
Kid, ?Morocco and calf BooteK ill effects on Cotton and other plantations, of the Florida will *
in and to tbe followIng deeribed property, to-wit: UTE are now receiving from New York LADIES late of Gadadeo County present
t( To Wtth8 E i. the EN E i. and the W 4 Kid ties Buskins and Clippers, destructive rains of the Southern climate.- It Mud is grav- V FANCY DRESS GOODS Ribbons Bonnets account and Tooehen to the Hon Judge of j'11b5tsd_
a Co1ored" and other substances do pot i it. adapted
NE1of8.e1audtheE&SE3ofs.n, T LBlNandE. injure Gloves Veil. Mantilh. Capes and Collars with a aaid County and uk 0 be dilebarged. .'
.. Misses Lasting Gaiters. THE Subscriber inform the citizens of Tal1 -' for Steamers Manufactories Mines Fire Engines GEOROE A.U..ah '
other Articles too numerous men
Th.WI8W1WiNWI.XEofNWE Slippers and Bootee and a general assortment 4 1 .. and the anrrounding country that Water works for large Cities and all situations requiring tion.variety Fancy HEIR 4 RUST. September IO 1853. as _'
they are now prepared to furnish &eI of2S 0 100.000
of Children's and Servant's shoes. custoner* powerful pnmpe. S gallons
i IoINWJof t.e1LaudE3ofSW1snd the Nov. 5, 853. 44 D. C. WILSON. with all kinds of ware wholesale and retail,in their gallons per minute ca\ kept oa baqd by UNION Oo6eber U. 186! 41Coroner's
I'. line of busineas. .- POWER COXP.AN1 0111.6. 2' Broadway, New Sale. Notice. '
W ielSee'l.iaTl.RINandE -
I J Tue-8ubtcribeneaUtheaUentk>aroftM ',m Keto York. months after date I shall present "7 Jlj
TVs SeSi.See22.1 andtLeEioCSEjofSec Sheriff's Male. V of.fieri fiwkafasiied from
their assortment of Parlor, Okl,'Wood Stovos December 10,1858. 1m >Y:TirtM of certain trrto SIX i1u4b1' .
17,b T1, E I, V tad E. virtue of a writ of Kerf'betas issued from the of the latest style; aQ trimmed ia order at 13 tn. office of the Clark of Leon Oirenit Court,Middle aad YCIIIChtn to'., of .
Which aid been ia the life time of the BY the Union Bank Probate of JeffMO Ocanty.M : &IIj
propert1bac1 Florida 'wherein of
of the Clerk of Leon CirauU Court, Middle the lowest market price., Please call and .*amme Notice. Circuit of .Jl'eflOD
aid Heslor w.Bradon.eooreyed by way of mortgageto Circuit of 'and rtlm.irtrJ-! lhey.T.Block- will and tetamantitOeurgo _
Florida wherein Carter is Florida
Herring pUbtUI before pwtbauag elsewhere' Also and shall final
BritUnnt Months after date, I present ac and eat
my eed
the Union direr deads of of D. OMmt1. ,
Bank of Florida by inert- SIX administrator A.Gail-
and Isaac and .xoiEcio
Butts and John Staler defendants Sheriff
ere I WareXed Pipe tibeet Lee er -
JapauMd tbe Huoor of 8XffV&
Zioe Sheei and vouchers to Judge LLOYD
r gage and the sard equity of redecDptwxi is ROW levied have levied noon aid will aIM for'.aal Won UM House-work Uoii6iig. aoay Utada for gTjttenfGutrtts Probate for Jefferson County, executrix of William lard,is defendant.I haTe levied upon Bad.will expose jmmyexsiutorskin.. has. tts'' j-1" JjWJeffenoo
the oftb asUUof said Hectur W. House door in U bj *
upon u properly Court House door b Tallaba*** on Itoday. UM 6th ( Pipe* Shop work, of ev d ) said dsusasd. and ask &* Mle.bfot*: tbe Court ofTaUshuse15K0de7 OctobW tI. l
BadeaodtbMdto.astyth.ad wriU of fieriMa ry criptios) .o.L O.Clark, bite of ,County, the 'th d.y. Mir* UM Couoty.Tla, L:" Sr/
day of March 1M4 between .I"Ifd..ribed f ,
I. and
with BtttDMi dopaAch. for dismiasjop from ray admimstrstion of the said t'f
.. H. T. BLOCKIR. 8b.riLjIdiiii4,1i$4. property, to-witrT -'' WHITE A 8LUSBEB. Estate. EMILY CLARK ExsMutrix. &be. kwd1S'd.Nepo;8Uj.Mo.witi:: .- NotIC t..'f'

i 6t One Sorrel Hone levied vpm H of >October $, 1811. 40 tf JeffeA ooCounty, November, 186... .$m eerK' Harry. Rhina : Xvesb.rd&t.tbs" ad wiI.
Jaaac Holland to be .nIdte.thfr ..iTaViWaceordinf h vnld DDMI M the property of D.A. GailVd de-' ?PQ'lJ.eQ, O .
Hardware. fades to Wanted.TAAA I '. late of f Leon County, aad.to b*'sold tosatia. the BooonhIe J. f 5Jif 'C
n sw. Prepcrlr pointed out Boot* :& Shoe*., oeased. tWtl. ,'r_ '
1.O.vur LARG aDd wtU..w ol..leri Wu Uo to law. for letters dmbibtrtkIOIl .".. .
ol the
J. R1'.IBlOCfta. .V.1 V ': l. .w" "
for which o..u'
'ate lew .
/ P the hiiWstMar- IlL' oWiptioo fcc VI.ed. of LaJau.2l:18t.
every ,
I t rccfiived Wilcox\ ,
A._,.s srIei.ji ., for MM low by .OJ'' D.&flULLCiitoot,, B.I.
By.A.U.flIUID. Jj
; flJ1prleewIltba.iciby4t4 ,. -HKIR A RUST.: -
by ,
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