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: June 11, 1853
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
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System ID: UF00079928:00215
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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(MERrWETttEK COUNTY,) tsallang.The ,Glad word! The waters dash upon the A Word to an InfideL of appearing roaM wav.J.v: .

bow .of the'gallant vessel. Sfe stands on You be Free.thinkfr. Now
'.B.M'DOXAUI'B ADVERTISING HOUSE, 102 NASSAU.J" be opened this season, an early profess to a showed room ,enough.for a
flOM- "''' ""._ ."_' _--"- : ..*"- "j ""i. '-"" IT ".'. aWILL 1;;;; tbe first Of May. Having, the deck, and while the winds woo her ring. think freely enough for once to observe the landers to have danced ,a, rteiTould ...r.a-

FAIRBANKS'dLATFOI1MSCALES. purchase, added Judge Bry Lost and the Living. lets, looks anxiously for the headlands of I following marvellous peculiarities of your have been rather a JIIf...;

in the property to bin own. BY FANNY KERN. home. I thought there are warm kisses on scheme : J' .
'and think dancer .ouM .
I the proprietor now hu room enough to entertain with "The husband's grief be short and brief her lips, soft hands on her temples. Many 1. You cannot believe the Bible ,
comfortable quarters a much larger than may ; yet you wanted nails in his shoes.-BusflM PM*.. .
company He mar woo and win another; arms press her to a throbbing heart, one can believe that a book of the morality ,
purest .
heretofore and their
promises to see to it that fore
Long known-Severely tested-Always right shall be as;good at be can have it, and their bills aa But the daughter clings' with unchanging" grief .j voice sweeter than alt the rest, whispers, was contrived by impostors. The Sm of Waterloo--
the of mother.
To her
-The Acknowledged Standard. light IU\ can be afforded. image My child!" Coming home !-Full to bursting 2. You believe that the noblest and the Since news was invented, perhapf

The RED SriTHER SPEISO. discovered during the But a fleeting 'twelve months has passed is her young heart, and she seeks the lowliest of all virtuous characters,Jesus Christ, electrified tbe world news

Acirrs, New York FAIEBAXLS of the battle
of Waterloo., J. o.
!&rch19,16L3. ll 8m much to the place. his forever stilled when ,
own) was ,
home! The best is weak
V I room set or enthusiasts in dark and
continues heretofore apart a degradedand of the works which
The WUJTE SftriTKU SJ-RIXG as the death of the Duke of
Walter Lee brought again a fair young creature for his chamber. and again have only half-civilized nation. .
to the unbounded confidence of invalids Again Wellington has called
possess I forth there ivp'
BOOKS xvjio try it, raid of the scientific medical gentlemen to share his widowed t tome. No fathernor loving hands folded away the.curtains, and 3. Yon believe that in the very age when which describes with remarkable

lv ILL be ready early in March Dr. Bird's uni- i who know its elements. In all the various chronic disease mother, brother nor sister, claimed any shook out the. snowy drapery. The these things are all edged to have happened, the effect of that vivjdatsv
V/ f venally popular novel, N Ick of the Vood",1 for which it is recommended I, we hazard nothing part of the orphan heart that he coveted and 'ae intelligence upon the people .
.filled with fresh flowers and thousands who know
or the Jibbensi o ayf new und revi&cd edition, in one in saving it is unsurpassed, and in many of them unequalled No had he aro every day were competent to the ., of Edinburgh.e have seldom, mei
won. or pains spared
..olumelmo, with flluBtratkms by Darlcy. Price t by any mineral water in the South. Since an expense every evening tremulous, loving voices whis. facts M ere either misled themselves or com witq a mere stirring pecapf .writing. It ia

II.1- ,I acquaintance with tbe water. which was first induced to decorate the mansion foe her reception.Old .- per'HL will be.here to-morrow, pehp". blued to mislead others. fullpws ; ___ -_. _-'
*.* Dr. Bird't "JTict of tb.Woods" laM, from its I by our afflictions-we have known it used with great familiar objects, fraught'with tenderest At each meal the table is set 4. "You believe that these persons, in vast V The author witnessed V the effect i-L .IL.
fir t publication, been a great favorite at home and j success in hudnrcds of cases and can most confidently associations, had been removed to make way _care. The embroidered numbers .
newly slippers, submitted to cruel deaths in attes- in
abroad; it i is now reissued, revised and corrected by I recommend it to a fair trial by the multitudes who are forthe upholsterer's choicest fancies. There news Edinburgh. It ,rnet'him as.,ho entered
I the dressing-gown, the study cap that he tation of these falsehoods. the outer hall of the
tbe author, to meet a general demand. !uffrunu from various forms Dyspepsia, Kidney diseases wall with courts of lawr stilt
4. A STRAY YANKEE IN TEXAS," by Philip.I Urinary obstructions Chronic JMarrboa, Indigestion \vis no picture left upon the sweet wi like so well, are all paraded to meet his 5. You believe, thatwithout patronage of called the Pall 3ment House, from having

..w'ith illustrations by Darley. In one volume Loss of Appetite, General Debility, and cuta- %ad, mournful eyes, to follow him with silent eye. governmet or power,ofihe sword, this delu. been the nail of the Scottish Parliament before

1: mo. Price 1,25.. I neou diseases of almost any kind. In many uf the reproach. Everything was .fresh and delightful That student brother! He could leap thewaters : sion spread over a large part of the earth. I the Union. The -
..* Philip Paxton's Skt'kll\6 t of Life in the South- affliction? peculiar! to females, it cannot be equalled by as tho newborn joy that filled his and : i unwonted words wen
fly like a bird home. Though 6. You believe that the landi where this
I from
"Went, through the "Spirit of the Times," the Literary any water we have ever known, ard the experience passing mouth to mouth4.Wellington'is
World."and other joum3.1l'l have been universally I of some of cur visitors has proven that it will at least heart. he has seen all the splendor of olden cities, delusion prevailed havebeen the most'highly defeated :.He has retreated to a place call:

well received. His Stray Yankee in Texas" will sometimes relieve in cases that have baffled the power My dear Edith, snid he fondly, pushing I there is but one spot that fills his heart, and civilized, the most virtuous, and the most cd Waterloo The game is The hero

not diminish his reputation. Good !eric good humor. of Medicine and the skill of the best Physicians. back tho hair from her forehead, there that spot he will soon reach,-" sweet philanthropic which the world has seen. of a hundred fights quails before up the V
and animal spirit commend The elements of the White Suljiher should be shadow in her but I eaglesof
ound patriotism, hearty principle Springare no pathway, home :I" 7. You believe that this scheme of
\heoe books to the youth of the whole couutry. Also, Lime, Magnesia, Sulphur and Sotla have tried in vain to induce Nelly to give home impos. Napoleon The Prussian army is annihilated _
just publinhod. Those of the Red Sulpher are Iron, Lime, Magnesia Coming What sees the sunhrown ture or delusion succeeded in supplanting the .' And thus and thus was Pandora'

NAPOLEON IN EXILE or a voice from SL Hel- upher-tbe: iron predominating. you the welcome you deserve; however, she sailor in the darkling waters ? He srnjles!- Heathen superstiion: of ages wherever it : box emptied, '

Ins: bv Barry O' fcarlL In two vok. 12mo, ?2. / R.T. ARKS.I hall not annoy you. I shall compel her to There are pictures there of blue-eyed babe I came. I But

CLOVERNOOK, or Recollections of our Home in stay in the nursery till she yields to my and its mother. He knows that even I 8. You believe that thousands of oersons Hope the charmer lingered still behind.
thfVCMt., by Alice Carev. Fourth ed, with illustrations ishes.' A retreat is nd necessarily a defeat be.
his wife the svstt4n
now sings sweet cradle who find
I young are now living, in this their
by DIL 'lf'Y. Price S SPEECHES.l.MKAGIIElVS on the On and after the 15th of May, a regular line of 9 No, no don't do that,' said the young song. I chief consolation under trouble, and their gan one to recollect-a retreat, moreover,-to

Legislative Independence of Ireland Fpecches,by Thomas Frnn 'j II! passenger coaches will be run from the Muscogee, step mother anxiously ; 'I think I understandher. For I know that the angels will bring himto chief security against the fear of death. a named placed, most likely jv previous/!
West Point and N<*wuan, Railroads direct to the chosen position; infers a stand att1at: places
Let dear Walter
with to her and "
cu Meaghcr. In one volume, 12uio., a portrait.I'ri"t' me go me. 9. You believe that the doctrines which
Point and ,
Ijagrange 'wrvlIlJ
; fl.THE I 4 I ( after the arrival of the cars, and lcaing Columbus ;- lie tripped lightly out of the room and left Ho sees her watching from her cottage you reject have been examined and adoptedby A detachment only has been engaged, and
TIME Sketches of fell back the
MEN OF TilE or Living necessarily on concentrated
900; 12mo., every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 7 o'- him to himself.: door;, he feels the heat of her heart in thepulse a large proportion of the most sober and

cloth.Notables l 11;,containing 0. neaily Biographies. I clock, .\. XL arriving at the Springs same aftern Tiekcte be baa in would have its
at exposed
For tale bv. the Booksellers generally.Publicist! bv I may Montgomery ure \\ith a lover-like fondness. The room to touches only the threshold nf memory. Lav Q rpr xUted ; nch SIR BSl'on. Pascal. l ,Wellington!
Hall, or at the Car office ; in Atlanta: \' Point li 4 e* w pour' formh stveD4iTrbm
'J. S. REDFIELD ;j" him seemed to grow suddenly dark when the That bronzed sailor loves his an Xewton, Boyle, Locke, Howard Cuvier, and ;
homc's ,
and lAgrange at the Car office; and iu Columbus at French had a w, since they first :oieThim,
110 t 112 Nassau Street New-York door closed after her. out his ,
the Oglethorpe Stage office. Reaching eagle whose wings seek oftenest the tracksof Brewster. the smallest him
10 Smo. gained advantage over ; on-
March It, 1S53. I, May 21,1853._ 20 4t R..T. M. hand: he almost unconsciously took uJl'a book the nil loves best his mountain dry.M His 10. You believe that there is not on earth the contrary, had been beaten in every action .
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BILLIARD TABLES. that lay near him. A slip of paper fluttered treasures are there. any system of truth which has greater claimsto and that so statedly that Napoleon wa.sknown

Meriwether Springs. out from between the leaves, like a white. Coming home. Sadly and worn the Californian the character of a divine revelation) than to have exclaimed

TIE Subicribers offor for sale Tables 10 per cent WARM SPRINGS will 1 be open} winged The joyous expressionof folds his and sinks back and that is pettishly to the un-
T Till messenger. I arms upon Christianity ; consequently, man bearer of the of another P
lew than other establishment in the city (If fur the reception of visitors on t news yet
any ..
,. his face laded into one of deep sorrow as his fevered pillow. What to him is his yellow without a revelation.
New York, with improved Cloth or Patent India I,, the ninsular disaster-Bali! Let Anglais ten-
Kubber Cushions, which are preferred to sll olliei, I I first day of June, he read it. The handwriting was his decease gold \ Oh, for one sweet smile of kin 11. You IJliethat when you come to jours battent let Francais! No no/ said

now in use by the best playcis in the United States J with comfortable accommodations for 300 visitr-rs. ed wife's. It ran thus : dred But that may not be. Lightly they die, you will have no certainty or assurance one more sanguine reasoner of the long robe

for correctness and elasticity, and are warranted to 4 Oh to die and be forgotten. This warm his bedside watch the dim with to the
utand in their for ye.\rs without The Baths and Cabins are undergoing! a thorough repair tread by eye, regard anything beyond grave. we shall have news of a victory yet; and;
place repairing- ( and a number of new Cabins being built Ample heart cold-these active limbs stilltheselips moisten the parched lips.A 12. You believe, therefore, a* mass of difficulties it be at hand
Gentlemen wishing to purchase Tables of 1 -- as must near one way or the
t innh', with Marble Mahogany or Pine Beds, can hav-J arrangements have been made fur the tran"porta- dust. Suns to rise and set, flowers to pleasant face bends over him-a rough more incapable of explanation than I other, I should be more delighted than surprised

their orders filled the! same as if they were present,I Ibv '.. turn Columbus of\pas euer West: *Point.to and LaGrange from all the, Griffin important and Green points-, bloom, the moon to silver: leaf the trees around palm gently pushes back the moist hair amid : all the wonders of the revelation. if the castle guns should wake us tomorrow

addressing us bv maiL Always on hand, Tables.' ,'ill(. HACKS and other conveyances will be kept at my own dear house ; the merry laugh, a familiar voice whispers, Cheer up, m} I morning.' .

()oth., Ball Cues1. Freueli Leathers. Pockets, Pool! t I tl.e Springs fur the acwvnmodation nf guests. lie pleasant circle, and / not fare! The friend, we arc in port-you are going home." From the ITemptiis Eagle & Enquirer. Another barrister hut
IWrdi. and Cue War of the best dcCription, read.' ] as patriotic,
for shinning at the thwtwt uotiee.G1UFIIT1I. I! These Springs are situated on the Piue Mountain.SC weeds choking the flowers at my head-stone; The film falls from the man's eye. Home MORI SG. less sanguine would cheerfully a guineafor

4 DECKER i t I : mile north of Columbus, same distai.ce from Griffin the severed tresses of sunny hair forgotten in is it near \ Can he be most there ? A thrill I LiKe a warm. glad emotion comes Morn o'er the lulls, fired fer pay
and West Point 27 from LaGrange, and 10 from the the blossoms and every gun a victory to any. one
; Awakening: birdling, rills.
90 Aun Street New York. J its envelope, the sun of happiness so soon sends the blood circling through his limbs
1400 t.f who would take odds. ,The bet
Greenville. A Spring discharging gallons With a rich gilded blush, she lifts the moist veil- very easy .
March 19,1S.13. 11 m I water jxir minute supplying! 6 separate HatlJ".clcL 10 absorbing the dew drop of sorrow The -what! shall ho see those eyes before the I And the dews tremble down the glad flowers to hail was taken, the taker patriotically,wishing,to

Biscuit and Cracker Machines. I feet square with SOU gx'lous' of water per minute, 3 cypress changed for the orange wreath Oh, night of darkness settles down forever!- With a fresh'iiing.kiss, which thrills to their hearts.- win. the nfTr ilitl i pehislltailj ejfcfli-

'.f which are kept cxcWively for Lmiietf and 3 fur no ; don't quite forget Close your eyes babesfojd their little arras about And from its sweet centre-each'soft petal parts. ing to lose. The business nftfin Vinpjii
t J. McCOLLUM manufacturer of the o-le-: Gentlemen the temperature of t.Le'w r u CO degre Wi. bi Now the gorgeous sun rises 'day's glorious god- ,
H < soitictiltirx and bring bofore you the face that their cherry lips to his I What
brnted Biscuit and Cracker Mnchinee, mot in .-s winter and summer. The analysis of the water press And goldenly brightens the dew sprinkled sotL had scarcely proceeded ,two hours vrfuftf*

tit>e throughout the UniU-d St&t<*, having lady minle is as follow*:- oi.cc made sunshine in your home feel a- wonder if new vigor gathers in that manly A glad.gushing music, (rom each breeze and rill, gentleman rushed into the great'hall, and almost .

many improvom its in thc-ir construction anJ."llC ra. :,i Analysis of the Warm Springs. g ain the twining clasp of loving arms- -the chest He feels strength in every nerve. MAkes the warm joyous heart throb more joyously still breathless, shouted Victory F Ho

lion, gome of which have been secured \by ]latent and : uv rms. COTTING AM> MLANS. lips that toM you (not in words) how dear strengt t reach home-strength to boar V lit the matin song. birdlmgs write as they soar- was mobbed.How had the news comer
others arc in course (.f being .Cured do leci-mmend'I: Oh Walter don't those dear I j And the ethery blue echoes. "excelsior!"*
were. quite forget
': Quantity( of 1 wine pint fir 2K.875! cubic inch*. you o\ernhelming joy meeting I By express from the Lord Provost of Edinburgh .
Oh! dear hearts is beautiful
to Bakers and otlitrs who to purchase machinery I to our our world, V
;i Spwitii"gravity. 0,006 distilled waU-r bring l.OoOj ) From Nelly's clear eyes let her mother's soul ones. then in London. The French
( Where completely
for the baking business, to examine and canvass (before -i : morning's bright pinions are gaily unfurled :
purcha&iug) the merits (,the different kinds of-j j t' GEs-Car1M.nic acid Gas..2 cubic inches still speak to vou. Coming home! Tecry words arc rap ,To its flower gemmed breast we eagerly cling routed at the place called Waterloo
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machine*;, and tlmuld their verdict lie agauiht us, we SoUl COXTE Sulphurate>TS.Cwbomlc of Hydrogen of Lime, 1 grain a trace MARY LEE. turous. They import of every thing And think that our course we would ne'er from it wing by one grand bayonet charge of the whole

ubmit; but if favorable, we shall be pleased to re > .. Iron, 3 ."> grains Warm tears fell upon the paper as Walter sweet and holy in the domestic life, nay, EVENING. British army!" Such was the brief flourish:
,ocivc their orders at our old' place of\hiiHiuess.H. .
& J. McCOLLUM, I Mngncbia 10.00" Lee folded it back. lie gave himself timeto more, they are stamped with the seal of heaven Lake an angel's sweet revery cornea the soft Ere for a lengthened struggle of ten hours, which

40 EldriJgc Street. New York. The water is considered a certain cure for RIIKUMATISM rally, and then glided gently up to the for the angels say V by the dying saint, And musically whispers,like thought echos weave was first sounded by Fame's trumpet.

:May 21, 185:1. 20 3mo ,(;OIT, DvhprftiiA. VUItRIIOEA BII.O ('UlTI",tScaw rrursery door. It was partially open. A lit i i" He is coming home." 'Olive Branch. I Around us a holy a heavenly spell- The bearer of,the glad tidings was soon ia
ULA. derangement*of the Urinary Organs and Diseas : \n\_, ,_li_ _liftn n; im tliff-_ -finnl--- uiw--___ t1.__ _l..vnfP_'. __."_ _ttu-.l1.___
Ce creature of five stood -r- the where the the
_._ court wire
fairy tome summers judges sitting
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es of the The climate and dryness of atmosplterc 1 Luther threw his inkstand at The light wind's soft sighs soothe tire o'er burdened
Savannah Medical College. I and mountain Scenery and pure fine water are in the middle of the floor. Her tiny face saith The reformer was the'i a man I heart, cheers of the outer hall were suspended j onlyto

SESSIONS IBSS-'[-. J un"nrj'!"-ed by any in the United States. was half hidden in sunny curls. Her little hUtory. I And the sky draws a veil, as its pitying tears start be renewed in the inner. Further law;

COURSE OF LECTURES IN THIS IN- The uncirrslgued takes this method of reluming hie pinafore was'full of toys, which she grasped true moral heroism, and bodily encounter And tenderly.through its thin folds from afar proceedings were ,out of the question; adjournment

THE thanks this generous patr n.s, and uf aiming them tightly in either hand. any enemy. He was a man of nerve Sweet glances steals on us from Eve's penafre star. was ruled and judges advocates
will commence on the First' Monday of ;and the public that be will be able to accommodate and indomitable will. No difficulties dis. The blossoms and birdlings are dreaming in bliss ; ,

JCovembor Bad cnutiuuc four inoutln 1R. 'all v ho may call, and will exert himt, -lf to make them No, you are not my mamma, said the him-no him.- As the vespers sound "Gloria in excelS 8!T agents and,Officers were speedily Jn the

D. ARrow', M. W, Prof.of lustitutcs and Prac- 'comfortable; that Lis Larder and Bar arc suppliedwith child. 'I want my own dead mamma, and I couraged the dangers appalle Worms Sung by winds and by waters and one waking bird streets, already crowded by their excited and
rack and
tke of Med vine. best that the New York and The axe What hallowed emotions within stirred 'townsmeti.*
the surrounding am sorry papa brought here.. ua.are ; exulting Nobody ..eooldlftay
.. G. now Aim. M. D, Prof. Anatomv.TV. 1 market affords 6elcted by himself, and that his charges Ol don't that,' said the but he declared his determination to go there. i We yearn with tb vesper hymn quickly! to rise. home. The schools were let loose. .Business
G. 11ULLOCU M D Prof. and Practice say young step
Principles will l he a* moderate us (Ibe times will admit;- though there should be A many devils as tiles I And find a sweet home in the star circled skies;
of Surgerv." \ that he lias secured the services of efficient aid to mother ; don't call me mamma if it gives the roofs'bT 'tie houses. With a giant''We would sour from the earth forever away, was suspended, and a holiday.voted by

T. M. KOLIJCK, M. D., Prof. Obstretics and Disease I sist him in the management of his e lablibhmeot.1Ii8 as-I you pain, det.r. I am quite willing that you on knew defeat he I And weep that the spirit u fettered to-: acclamation. Everybody shook hands with

of Women and Children. Sen'ant.a are equal: to anv in the South. should love your own mamma better than an and a spirit which never ." CECILA everybody; and as the Lord Provost's brief
<;. W. \'f PST. M.O, Trot )hdeaCbcDltry.. \ encountered the overshadowing iniquity of
y K.MARTIN,1L D, Prof. Pl.vbiologv.H. you do me. express, got by heart by the whole population -
the founda.
21, 1853. 20 1 papal despotism and shook it to Young Lady's Reason for not Dancing.1. .
L. BY RD. M, D.. })ror }lakl a i Med"ica and Therapeutic July Nelly looked up with a pleasant sur could not be made longer or more par
would lead into crowded
tions. / Dancing me
prise. ticular thar. it was, the most restless were
oJ;B. READ JI. D, Prof. Pathological i Anatomy and THE SOUTHERN STAffDABD, I had a dear mamma and she We love that free, bold, never-say-die, indomitable rooms and late hours, which are injurious to perforce obliged to wait, with what patience
Demonstrator of Anatomy. FUBLISIIF.D AT CHARLESTON, @. C., DAILY, papa once, spirit. There is a moral grandeurin health and usefulness.
continued and brothers and sistors .they might, for the dawn of the next day.
FEES.-For the full course: $105 J ; MatriculationTirlct TRI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY. ,so many its exhibitions. It bears itself so gallantly 2. Dancing would lead me into close '
H; Demonstrator (If Anll.tI.IO'10 ; Gi aduutimi and so merry but they are all dead, and The sun of that morning ,saw no sluggard -,

|SO. 1vequi
in other Medical\ Colleges.C.. \\VEST, M. D. I $6 00; Tri-Weekly, ?3 00; Wkly, t2 00. I I now to love me but and yon. Enemies even, send up a cheer as that plume and evil communications corrupt good man streets were crowded before the post arrived.'
May 1 4, 1853. 19 UN DMUI (.!the Faculty. your papa into the field. There is something ners. .
W As these rates arc on the CASH principle no U Nelly'g began to moisten, and taking comes tossing The mailcoach was descried approaching
wIll be sent until the m is eyes in it that commands Tho odds 3. Dancing would require me to use and
paper jney respect adorned with laurels and the
tone after another of the little souvenirs and flags guard waving
TOI/LKOAND FURNITURE FOR SAUL with the other of whichI
ST Apply to JAMES B. GAMBLE. "I NEWS IEPAItTMENT.-br. SKRINE the toys from her pinafore, she said, and youwon't may bo against it It may go beleaguered permit freedoms ashamed sex and, which.] his hat; and soon it dashed ,into? Iowa
THE violent But with kindling should be heartily ,
Apri19th. 1853. it I Editor of the Standard devotes his take this-and this-and this- by foemen. a eye amid cheers that made the welkin ring. The

1 I whole attention t-) digesting and arranging for its columns that dead away mamma me ?' and steady lip it plunges into the ranks and believe to be wrong. accounts were now official AH! was con

NEW GOODS. the latest FOREIGN, }POLITICAL COMMERCIAL No my, indeed, dear r'gave city.. cot to the right and left. I it fall, it falls 4. My parents and friends would be anx firmed; and, as early as seven o'clock, the
J i AND MISCELLANEOUS \-;\ ,- with feet to the foe, and that foe has a ious about me if I were out late keeping
received SAMPSON and LAWRENCE, it Castle and nineteen
flag rose
per ,
will twe.n
climb in 'y.Qut"
JUST Ample arrangements have also been made for wws you me my papa'slap the brave with know not whom.
Printed Lawn H'dkfd., : tear for the fallen, company they
Caps Telegraph. This l has I used and generous sounded in the ears and filled the e'eaforthe
by department given entire satisfaction 1 as put cheek to his, and
Silk my of the Ministers and in
Taffeta right
Riblwus 5. good people general
love the brave. Once convinced
to numerous readers for the year which the kiss him and love him effect was overpowering the excited
I much I
tio" InfenU Cotton Hose, as as ever. odds. of and I think it is
Las already Wn i and enlisted in its defence, it counts no disapprove dancing, not
Bile and White Bleached Shoettogs, paper \published. can, won't !' throng. Need ,.e'say that the natfifcngwt-
Organdy. 'OLlTICAL.-1'be Editor is of the strict construction you Expediency or policy are not in its vocabu safe to set myself against them. If anything, the needwe
Yes by
6f tch Gingham, Shirtings, my darling. ear were joyfully paid or
State Rights school Southern
Fancy Print*, Strif't'd" Advocating Walter lary. It does not stop to ask what this or be on the safe side. add that the winner handed ,them over
Rights. and a strict adherence to the Constitution, he Lee could bear no more his heart ,
Mourning La onia Plaids, wilaI..n sustain the measures which promote theseoljoet& was fulL ; tat man, or class of Men, will think or say.. 6. Dancing has a bad name, and I mean to the' fund, speedily commenced for the

Englwh Heavy Twills : 'To U That question once determined, to study things that are pure and lovely and
that end be now supports ibeprcBenUadmin'tftration. >Vhat Mary's child with stranger right l wounded, and the widows,and families of
Furniture Camlet Jeans, pleading a
there is but one course. There is no devia I of good report. '
English undressed do KHtin 4< 'I for in her the slain !
room father's heart! In the
CO l lERCIAL-Tbe leading lfCba.rlton heart is with
Papers tion. From its own warm throbbing 7. Dancyig generally accompanied remind
Colored Cambric Frc*-h Cottnnade sudden This will probably
gush of this passage many
fount of tenderness
should be essentially Commercial. The Standard has new ,
Kmbfid Creek Plaids had he the spark stuck out and othersgrow warm drinking and I see drinking produces a great a reader of the effect produced by the news
Iriab Uaea, therefore received in this department the services of forgotten or overlooked tho claims of :
Ticking'Vimit been their in its light until a band of moral heroes deal of eviL of Buena Vista the with Mexico.
Muslin a Gf'Ut1t'IIIJUl'bo baa engaged as a Commercial helpless little one God forbid during war
Oeaaburr. Reporter for manyycam He will pjvpare font, short From swarm at the'brcach of error and enter over 8. I am told dancing is a great temptationand -Home Journal.RATTLESNAKE. '
Nelly's clear
WSCOTT let her
A mother'ssoul
CO. of Ihc markets and full eyes, to men, and I do riot wishto \
April 23, 1813. i, daily report reports every btill iU crumbling ruins. snare young _
Saturday all the Commercial transactions of.the When speak to you." Aye and it did. Give us the men of bold, unhesitating ac- have anything to do with leading them BITE C .-T1ae:Soutla-
week. The accuracy of these reparta may be reliedon Walter Lee met his bride, it was do 'contains the
but more i Med'ical Journal descriptionof
Better Late than less worda, astray. ern
tion. They
Never. with
as they will be prepared with great care by one i a chastened say V
tendemes&-XellJ" loving 9.Dancing unfits the mind for serious reflection case by Dr. T. A. Atchison,' in whiefc! A
I AM happy to inform my customers and the public of long experience.Persons little heart was pressed closely his deeds.-Cayvga Chief.
that I against and prayer, and I mean to do noth. girl seienteenyer5 ofagebitten on'the kit
Seoerally, an now receiving ray 8PKIKU I, desiring the Daily, Tri-Weekly or Weekly, own. He was '
with great care by an experienced baud. In eoo-I L. W. SPRATT, .J.dilor.C1a'ltlton. quite forget. Much apprehension Las long been felt in 10. There are plenty of graceful exercisesand placed in a hot bath,-and whisky *nd .carbo

oeclion with fbti fact the pnce I intend offering them S. C. St. Louis that the action of the waters of the cheerful amusements, which have none nate of ammonia administered to V''her intil

*tptwticsdcthjfor nt for purchawm to tuh calL, will My I trust,stock be when an inducern all received -- subscnben Postmasters, will who be bill allowed act.as one Agent lollar. In commissions eliciting A CUKIOUS PHAYEB.-The Syracuse Star Mimsouriwhee they enter the Mississippi a- .' of the objections connected with them that she had taken three pints ofthfr former ',mod

will eooe a118tap1e. Fey Goode viz: (T each Daily, and fifty ccut.a for ** Tri-wcckly or is responsible for the following : bove that cit will eventually wear away theIllinois lie against 'dancing in promiscuous assemblies. -' eighty grains of the latter. It was two hour

Weekly Sudscriber. ".ln the State of such an extent as to force a and half after.the bite that Div A 'vialed
Plain and Ocnaburre, 'I Ohio there resided ( t a ,
Striped May 28 1853. a am. of ( and. _ _ ___
Jarlborougb Strire and Plaidn, 21 consisting of an old man,by the name of channel for the great Father ratr WHALE DOES.-The noise of V a his patient when he found her.sightleM* her

Uaoebecter ad Guaeow btripea, Notice.I Beaver and his three sons, all of whom are thus leave SL Luis some five or six miles yVnAT A be heard at least a mile. face swotten;. aod, bar V mind i'JTw -a4n-
can '
Jewei City and Eacton do. The flood, as usual Whale spooling 15 orjuuMed score -* *- "
hard the
pets, who had often out in cou present *_ r .
3 4. '-, ., 6-4, 12-4 SbirUnr Mid Sheeting.POlow HEREBY forworn all persona from trading for a laughed to acorn ty. 'the bank haying He throws the water from tWCI1ty.&A.dim- : .
Case and 12-4 Linen Sheetinn, note made to Barna Peacock by sny.lf..n1New- the advice.and entreatiei of* pious though is tearing! way of the, wa. fivq *t big -,After ginebIowa which was complete*,. -. .
f tekg
!Striped and Checked I mei., DaD Gilchruit for ...ty Dollar. payable tint of very eccentric Minister yho resided in tie e ot ,aplewkUlrtl 'which the the whale doe when he U clear on the surface It-Is HtI '.'the
h IM ADd Linen Lawn, next January, and dated about the first of but Feb-- same town. It happened one of the with lr the tab on under.- .a' .
Eria This note was for boys A of the Alton of the water he instantly goes f should'not rafter.a asa
given '
.J td Duck ruary. a mare which did not edior son t> a gun .
) to said roMoek and was bitten by a rattlesnake and was expected p( Ie in from one to two minutes, '
belong be rises of
iy do. represented to wr'pnt. He usually compliment! than as a,tern* *vuci ; a'' t
0 be his, when I gmve Urn the to die, when the Minister was sent ,for in sometime he is under five minutes. fi oofflcr ..
:riu Priuti aod Ginghams note.D. abiasion of the shore. but i is well known ibat,' gnd ,
As much Ilnois "
haste. On his .
O. he found the
SANDERS. great the bowsprit, watchingtwo '
andIawus I sat pon : ; deioends in l'a"
Emb'd ns Once as antes* t$ straigKtTine [
even thing
Gadaden County, Hay 28. 1853. si 4tSherl and for the next ten years, or fve yea .
Mi1! young man very penitent anxious to be and i three who were playing about t". ooe .** 1
aDd Emb'd Swiss .been occurring for a few years past, or from Agood'sto; _
RnbM has .
with. The
prayed Minister calling: on the of will passed within few yards of me, blew biutwith

&ripedaod.of P1ai Sale. ., family) kneeled down and prayed in this the lakes, and lowlands above spoken his wa'cr-trurapet' ,and down he went The 'Jldw>*---c--S ySAmmx *rby; dent

Silk.Thsi. od aDd'Wbiu do. QN Monday fourth day of July next I will ex wise: reached.. The Gilham farm ia nownear- opportunity of seeing him and eed:that ripbyorsob.a
house I had good molker
O5 for Mde, within legal boors before the door and the old dwelling a sour
Uwlin and CambnUnco O all
Lord thank thee for ly swept
we rattlesnakes; view of the breathing pipe. It I'Oh-sh'igon.away! OVthi4jii.
and Thread Ed. of the Court House in Leon County, Seventeen Hog baa been moved once or twice, got a ( .
})1a; Ejnb'd aoJ fl'U1U 1. to 4 &II Wouc beads of Uaoitee Sugar, levied upon as the )rop- we thank thee- because a rattlesnake has bit which already be ,removed further backor was a round hole in the, top,of his head, witha el 1e,.tomske_clothes poorchildfe. .

do. do. and Sooiiope I.ee ndera1eeyCambrie l1k erty of William P. Crag under certain execution n i. Jim We pray thee sendji rattlesnake to bite will soon have W Toda along m our blight rim round it,- .snd- pparent ,about ;. i i ,.>_i- i ," i"i"i.i'l #** ,J

Ta&ta Satia and Bonnet Ribbm.aborted. my band in uwor of James B. Gamble and others, a-' John ; send one to bite Bill; send one to tor down. Where we road. oemr this two inches and a half iir diuiftar. TbUone; JM-w* i? '*- f AjIf'1"

Large aflwtowiit of Paw, Udw. Psra Um gaiurt, raid Craig. V bite Sam ; and 0 Lord,send the biggest kind eonwyanee tie public i .1 IfiO.feet' aa nsl' as I COUI&JWJgeVWU'from sixty to '* flfci**

t.rUu, qwitIIVge1er&l 1LFortment rRllOM.lI.t..lJ&rd:- HALEY T.BLOCKEU, of rattlesnake. to bite the old man, for -, MOM Are* y w gp, .,, w I fet 'nlenp.thet: biia.ad.z w&mtfZdftisS? >Jf .

war' Croekcrv'isms., Iron, cdc.Jf D.C. WILrty. ) May 28, It:;:. 8hqLc.n:f" Cvunty. nothing but tatllesnakos will vor. bun; ,tM : out iD the strcmni oUbrJ awep'V;. :Ml :Slp ;seventy' ibouldcr" %.az broid at/ed.near; ,Ure:)shirt; .. Uil of Drogrsa, 1It f1r oie'

V S.. V ,
{leaver :
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I a; '!I11ntiiait PROCBIDIKG3 THE candor; ,cunriluition;, and) harmony ; know lug Unit without 3. R >tJw i That this CobTectloo.wYtli mcchpletsnre -

1 lu : OetUDuder-ia-Chief. & jnitrnaL' RAILROAD CONVENTION union and concert, iu a wo: k rvejirrlii;;nil' our unijcd we-Iconic to a purtieipntiem Ihi-ir eVibrit'Ctv: : omiddlt-IloritU. ?.

..4:* fillowIiig a 11e 1IItttIflh1tr em rgien, difctjipuentmcnt anti iK-feat: are iiu xit.thk. tlie drlegatioiis sent hitler by the city of Savunoahan We care if>t to his,. further ,controversy with tie;

oftiffAmeti\ ton to fhe, tiuRne command ofArni And- on llie'utlcr hand, if wo can harmonize, and net I thr Brunswick and Florida Railroad Company; Jacksunville! Rrp--t> If an vUh respect 'to tW aben-

3 JMl jTthofJuuo, 1775, TALLAUASSEK :. In conformity with pirvi uiiiticeaRiiIni:1oiu- tifrxtlu-r; tlu-rc can tw no doubt or difficulty in the they have heard their messages with gratification and ch arges contsined in that paper against -oiw if tk

it from emoirs oNohn MMe cl- .T.-i vention asai-mbled at iUIahiesve on Mudajr, the Cth aeximipliiliment of the ork. great encouragement ; that, as citizen* vif Middle Fos-! prominent pri.it utri! leading mm" of the M !de/-! _.

4.* course, of puhlic.ntionT SATURDAY, JURE 11, 1853. i June, 1S5. ml was oi-jinisod by tbovlcciim: fexGoxxin.ir There are two e-haitors. under e-iihcr. or butli! of I I U they learned with mne-b t atw faction, (toni Mr. Since the glorious action of the Convention hi ibis city,

; ll! *l1t1 was nsieiiibled nt Cambridge, WM. D. MOSELEY.e-f Leon County. f.'r which, tliw riwil may be bii'.lt. '1 ho Ct-nttal Atl.iiiticai Tunne', that the merchants of Charleston! r.re plaeirg our Lrothtr i is Leaiti'y welcome to all the capital -

t -3V """'fllatSflchuseUii, under (Jen. Waul, and Con'J PflkMS'-t1re, *- Dollars per annum, if pnM i i.iilvaiico itt l President.nl W. R M. COUSINS, e-f Haniiltm, K. J : l Gulf llail Road: an-l! the Peisaeol.i and Georgia a line of vessels to run from that city to their l.u'f; c,'make out of what be is pea! I to term the Ms ..

\ greet was sitting at Philadc-ljihia.) Every ; ?3 id', it paidfitliin six monilis of tin; tiiiiof MAIS of Maui-MW.; Jouv FISIATSOX. (JeflL-rson.. EDWARD Rail; Rtrad chitttTb fnrmiT, of them. pmxidea for Port?. tuhnesA" of this section, cs illustrated by the e&ats

i r thy ftett alu lii aii< i in iv kur. *.. U array 8ub*-*r.iLiiig Otf; anti V 4 Itr 00 at**the tjiii4'T1 end of the: Thiv'\cur.flit a Ail t. llovrrocxi-f Let.n. and A. J. Fonnicc' of One's1ileti a Ruii.1 to e-ommencc in E.i- Florida on fometribnta.ry 4. Resshtd. That thi Convention view with favor made to control the Pena
j { j* 0tted1' i'bo Country was ihst! Con- and Ottta foe all in rtioiit. d Comity, us SecnjtarttTN. | the of 8axannah of the JJuWl )
J nrgcnt fifty tubivqiiciit ; Anof c. of the Atlantic Ocrnn. ii tat pas through tho JStaieto the proposal tendered to them by people The people art DOW iiaiy &

cL grots fthocld legalize the.raking of the army, n 4IuucIiliIt4. caodidctrt, 1 i\V Dollni rtiL, c1wu De-legates present from Savannah id A* Drumswit Mime tributary the Gnlf of .Mexico xxestof tin? ti' diverge from a direct Hue. in her great unit ia this matter, and are taking hold of it withleal

/"T, L AS they vrere what mutt be considered a mob, ri to age be KutioM ptl 1 in,ftdvanoe.ma exceeding Religiuua 12 lines, tjbitosry frill be jjublichedgratia. cti
I ft band 6f rebel The-country was. placed j3S*No certificates of the publicntuui vt es seats in the Convention, end participate in its def r.PrnPi'iIs8eo1alus4iepuiftt on the V'\' chtern .>r Southern ty ti Uarniltou and run thence through the Middle therefore, can diitttttt arrows mitt longtr

V' *: in circnontances of a pccuhac difficulty and) ate or legal Dctioci of any dewrijitioneill be given h UberationB. boundary lint of the State of Georgia ; xvhieh :uid Western Districts of the State, oa condition that at few. "When h. stiiket,hi* impttcnt Uuwi fkll oa,

-j 1 iuger. The straggle had began, and yet mtn the! advertising fee i lit paid. A call bring made on the State of Florida by Counties point m to IH fixed by n board of elircctoxs under the the people of Middle Florida aid in the work to the the Ptopir or JJipoir Ftoanu,bit who,Dotwithstaocl

; everything wns" without order. The crcat for delegate, it that the charges of their sssafont, can point to their
** appeared DO section of the d in-don eif the Mockholelwi. amount of f RtO.000. n so.Uon .
tithl, now'swnwi to be this Who 535 A eommnnleatijn from Judge Bn>ome, in re-
14 question : State except Middle Fltrida was represented Dele- Your Comnfttu-t, are i= aticfie that the peopleof Savannah. 5; Rrfolvfd, That the Convention forward with in Convention, 10 vindication of themselves //rota
> .f shall be Commander-in-chief! It exceed'K p'y to CJl Ward, was rcctSved too late for tLU wuksme.
_. was cjates were promt from Hamilton, Madison, Jeffersi'ii Georgia, intend toc.'nmct that city with Pen- much deii! to the connection of om* Atlantic and the charge of sectionalism or selfishncfs." We It]]

.I 'i ft ingly which iniportnnt the-contest, ana was felt to be the binge Li It fbnll cppecr in our next Leon oiid Gaiiti hnve'xery, Gulf seaboard, as provided for under the Central, Atlantic the R'pi'Wican that but for the existence of tU Pen.Mia .
on turn for
might oragntnst Fire.-The turpentine diftlllrry belonging to Hugh cre-dentiala, the Convention proceeded to btieincs.J. *. recently (,nb' erilK-d a million%) of dollars fur that spur. and Gulf Railroad charter, and they vi.w the s :( charter, which Jaek-onvillt aided lo malt a
; : us. Th? Southern and Miiiiile States
j Arclior, fituatcJ C. MeQfhee! out-red the follow hi resolution : enterpi ise now proposed to be undertaken in conrcctioti la w. the people of the Middle would have united yjth
warm iind raid in their zenl: for the most Tsq., on the Wakulb river, nb.'ut ; p<-*'-, xvhivh tins been ratifi d iin.Tn"mousy! hy the people
: of New because seven miles above St. Mark*, was dcstroveJ by fire Jicohtd That n Committee of three from each and) there will lx <1ou!>tl<-s a sutsfription ot a half with the people of Savannah, modified cs thin the East in the effort ta build the Central road 2ntwhej
part \vcrejealotii Englunl:
I, j: they, felt the real physical form \vns, here- on TucsJar lat vitlia Inrge quantity tf Spirit* of County represented Lc appointed, to arrange business million more hy private FiihFcripiIon The"'e f.ie-t, tojjHher C invention suggest. if earned out, as acc*>mpl! >hu g the certain prospect stared them m the face that
fir the Couve.ition. tFie ends of the Central, Atlantic and Gulf Railre ad West Florida would meet Savannah at
t .t what 1 hen was then to be done All New Turpentine aud Rushu The entire loss is estimated with the* presence >f her ilclrsntlmi here- a- tie junction

England adored ($i'n. Ward, he had been in 1 ftt $5000. Which xviB laid% on tin t.ih'e' i flnflst us on this occasion, and the ii i-ur.iiHM's! they charter,:, as far as it may progress Eastward through of tie! Flint and Chattdvwchoj/if the STkllU procttded -

--f: the French war and vent out laden with lau"J On inoti.nicf (J. \Vullcur, the clelrgates from ofR-r us, h'ax'tno room to ilnnht her dtterminati'Mi !ii, Middle* Florida.! unJer thj Cjntral ch(rter.they felt! an-1 f h j Iy(

.: rels.' He was a scholar and a statesman. Tho Railroad, Convention-Middle Florida Oeorjji.i* were iiixihd (to addrvs the Convrntitui ;"w hicli nocomplish tin nn-at xvork. In this Ftatc: uf thine'he -, C. RtH-hed, That thU Convention proposes that that they risked too much in permitting the oth. '.

;: .; Every qualification: seemod to cluster i ii: Harmonious. was ri'sponde l ti by Mr. Bartoxv, elvlegato from Savannah cpje tion of route thriu h our Slate heC'imi-B "ne of the Ha teni terminus of the Pensneola and Georgia charter to go uncontrolled. Hence their action, stig.

: )him ; nnd it was confidently believed that the The reader will find the prrercdings rf the Railroad and) Oen. BLicMicar of Th<>nia* County great importance, in connexTmi x' ith our Staff e nterpii l Railroad! shah; IK on the line of the Stnte, East of the mntlzrcl as {//f A. but which time will vindicate, were

Convention which repi escnting the Bruusv icl and Florida Railroad Con.- Alapah.i river, and cross the Counties of Madison. believe, as eminently wise sodudicious.
..f army Would not receive any appointment o- nrsembled in this city on ;'o limit the c-hartcr of thc Central Atlantii; and ahT sanguine enough

t ,' rer him. What then \vns to be done ? Diffi- Monday last, in the columns of the Floridun
\ -n eulties thickened at every fciep. The stiug- of to-dnv. Tlie C >uventi u wits attended, as we dicussion now arose relative to t e order rf l h->- reference t to, tin* ilifRn-nt p>ate* ein\n<- etl.ynur Corn s County Sites if such route be practicable. t the people of all sections of the State will rise op ingratitude

t .- *f B c was to belong nnd bloody. Without un- were nppreheush would be the cne, by nn delegate! : inc'fs, \vhihxas I partlcijwiled in by O. K. Walker K.IL i initteo quote a rrri Inl'on pi: se-d niianimriuitly by a 7. Rf\ch-ed, Tlint it is further proposed that thURond i to the "leading men" in Middle Florida

{ *i ion ell was lost The country, mid the whole) (toni any seetuui exec pt from MiLlie Florida. RejirasfntatiTfa Call, Robert Butler, tsr, B. F. Whitncr, J. E. moctin of her c-uitirr' held on tin- :ni i-t nit. shall be:open to cc-nncction with other Railroads c-mpo8e.l ofb-jth parties, who, by their eloquence. "'

| .,' must come in. One pulsation must bent ,4 4t were to )ba\e been iipp'inteJ in Jacksi Cn-ome, II: C. CiU-H, B. C. Pope, an route- pr.-f'rreil l hy lh.- o'lirenn I from any point in East or South Florida. concentrated the public mind cu a particular work

-c through all hearts. The cnu-ic v.ns tue: anil > on the 4th instant but from some cause or j; ii-hed gentlemen and jeexvral resolutions nnd pro1jccts I' of Savannah %Vt of hut? river AUimnhi xxill ho ilin-et; S. Re.olo d, That this Convention pledges its If t., destined ti open the rich treasures of Florida ta

t J* the army must be one. The nu-mbers had other they failed to reach Tallidias in time. Thi*. were utTered, xxhiih wire, en J. E. Bronme's renexxinjj f.xvaril thcjtincti'in of th! Hintinl: Chiit.ihi: '<-hivrivJ use its l lJCt cxertii-ns to indure the people of Middle! t the world. The road proposed to be built from Pensaoolu -

j X talked, debated, coiiiidercd nnd guessed, and \ however was nut a matter of 10 much inipc itunee ati the motion if J, C. McGcbi-o. f<>r the appointnient -!I cr. But xxr xxill lie x'.riinir, t' Hut et the-i! >.h.ihitnnt i irjMi | Florila! to-fsiib-cribe nt lezst ft 800.000) of the capital through this region, the people' have willed

j yet the decisive step had not been taken.- i jirosvat j nlthoiivhthe Middle would have boeii )piafeJj I of n mmiUee of three froin each Count v, Milmittud i hlle Fliiriila at a f.vr jmint (Iii the honinlary h<*txx een I !! stix-Ic f sail 1 Road, and c< i.fi.Icntly e xprcs cs the opitiion shall Le the main trunk rf a e ntral toad pointIng

1 "- At length Mr. Adams catne to this conclusion i with the oppjttiuiity uf exdiattg'ng mliicu will) tinWest. to th.it I'oiiuoiltee. 1 Georgia an.l Klori.la.anl t :i t-, s-o the 11ti1 eve'i thnm-h I [ that the* -um xx ill be promptly uls< rihej. directly to the St. J hiw or St. Mary and looking to

1. The means of resolving it were somewhat At another time, when the grLt \vt.rk iu mtpinplatioQ The President appointed} the following gentlemen !i I Ti>llaha* oo, if at k-st ?jUrtflun? be biiWribt in Fh rj (_!. R '-'rcd, TI.at the President of this Conventh n I :'i a connection with the Pensaeola road, terminating at

0 tingular, nud nearly ns follows : shall be fnrtlitr fldvan'J. the two bocti.>n sai 1 Committee : j da for that ,purpose.'' appoint a Committee of three, whose duty it shall be (C e-Jar Keys or Tampi-thus b'n Kng together and

c He -was .walking! one morning: before Con will meet in cuurci1!, find have n imiluil uudei stand: Fi i m IL.uillon-W. E. M. Cousin. J. F. Tl ipjic. '. S.ix'annai: prefers a route lireet'lv t' thf junction of t- apply t> the CotuniH-iiiiiers to open book of'iiiWriptinn. L ren ?lering accessible to all. the extremes of this extentlel -

i. ,; gress Hall, nppateiitly in deep thought, when j jinjj i and nuangc for mutual coopeiati-'ii. The fi\v FILM jfudi.J. C. iIe.Ge.hce, B. C. IVjie IL J. the Flint an.l Cliattaliimclu-e.: By tli:it ronto thR at sne-li times and places! as said Com-i'I commonwenlth, and making us one ptople, in heart

his cousin Samuel Adams, came uji; to him, lending'Ci'Uutii'S t-f the MiiUle, (IJamilton. Jl.idiion.JctTtisun Max iail .eizh! 1 pa s through theC..untivH of flineh.j mittee may think convenient. j and sentiment. To tLw glorious end. the "u'jiih tf

: and said : I.ccn and GaJsdvn,) \\cie npirsmtnl metieugth Fft'tn Jrffti ten-J. Hnlax-scn, W. J. Bailey, E. C. j L i'vii les. ThomriK., : an I DofMtnr Ixin, on our lMinlr.. t If>. Rr"lt-fd. That the Convention! considers the ;/*,/>"of Middle Florida tend-short of such a "consum-

; ;* What is the topic with you this morn- by K .n who nndtrftmd the wants and wijes ) CabclLc and, ) for \argv\ p'lrtimi of I tile ilis'aiirexithin, txxtnty-i j l building nf a rJailroiul from Jacksonville or St. Marys i nation devoutly to be hoped for" they have no desire

; : in.gt"I of their respective localities, and whi> udJrcs.-'i-d I // "i Lrtv-J. E. Broon-.p, J. J. Maxwell, M. A. five miles of the line nf mir Ctii!rat Atlantic and Gulf to the Gulf! at Tampa or Cedar Kpxs.as an important to stop.

I ** .' Oh the arms-." he replied. I'm determined ( theniftlits to tlic-ir.) rrF-i>iiibe! dutits \\itha ztalJ L"i>2. I rind: At the Flint and Ch.iltalinovhcuthey xxmild I step to secure ultimately a Railroad ( >nlietxveen

\ to go into; ihc Hail this morning, and j woi thy the cause in uliioh they \\cic engaged. The From G id
J -v, enter on a full detail of the colonies in or" delegations' from thcec Counties \\tre linger thim tl imott L. \V. White.B. they xxould keep xery c'i't- company xxith iaehother. I portions <>f the State. t St. Angustiue Ane'tnt City says-."On Saturday,

: 4 der to show the absolute need taking: some eanguinc fiiends of the Conrentii n aiititijuiti-d, F. Whitncr oTeroel the f
; : decisive step, My whole aim will be to in- diangiag at once the run cut f feeling fr in dui.bt. r.s> A' >o vfd, That the ic'sulu'imis'adopted at tl e late I print fatal t> luoth,. and cmiM not he
dace Congress lo-nppoint the day for adop- 1 to ultimate eJcccBS into cmif.Je'.t dust rjnc' \\enertr inciting:: in Savunni1i: an 1 ala > the stitementif thsj fri Miils ofcsthe r. and ousht to be ti'iidiil. Savannah I. as interesting t> the whole State, in opeiJn a Rail | rattlesnake-upon h ing struck hUrted to run, but

: 4 tine the anny as the legal army of these unit saw a body of men t .ireUur wlmse rsiw." j I 11-1 if<>p<.r.it5onft fthte Bmn;w k Oom m% nmt illi oc|>rvii.(' I in lluricilutiiui ]u t<-
>(r rnlnute* of JNort' Uicifr.i. mit ttin" iuLiut cceineJ to cxctt H inure pouuful iuflmnce nrn-n uie >< the ]tiIr'.nu1: cliartcis lately grunted hy the LrgUlatui : me.-t FlorMi at a fair; point in the Middle iINtr ct, j>n t.f it. I >ns lei and in stumbling and JeuSinj to get loose,'

an election of Conlfnander-in-Chief. another, 01 wl-idi) seeniotl to e of Fhu iJa, bu referred tu the same Coi.niit-: ':, vided she xvil! Fu.K-lib.! S&O.III') () 12. R-fftlctd.ThatthU Convention ra'Is the snake struck him some six or seven times. Tha
: produce a more liojvftpii I I respectfully
'S Well said Sameul Adams I like that
j The stock lad was about 1 4 or 1 5 of lie survived but
it of certain tiiunijli. Every delegate? h tee- caplt.il of the PiisHC"iaiid! Gcsircia liar-. the* attention I-f. the Florida iMegati"i: in Congress tt I, [ years age
cousin John but whom have fixed appctticat
-* as that commander; on!li l\ you once to fed that if A rmony could be secured the I Which was mloptcd.Tlie c- is fixed hy the Get eial Asrembly at S1..10H.OOO. a j the subject .'f a grant of laud iu aid of the Ruilro&d j I a few hours." _ _ :
woik would bo of Cmiveiitioii, then adjourned to meet at ten o'- I ttWription, of 3iOP(> :
? .- "I will tullyou-George Washington, of comjw.ratively easy ncctniipll1i I. I The Whigs of AlaLajiamet iu Conven ion at Montgomery
clock to-moiruw moining.i .1 eontiol the cluirtt-r. Your Committee, '
cadi recoiu
merit- countenance expressing tin* sentiment, the iast and nominated Ricbir'J W.
Virginia member of this House. I on tat ,
a _____ mend uh.rifnrtthat the $SMl.Mlfi( ) of toik b* in HIP I Which were received r'nd and debated by R. K. '
United *
4 Oh/' Samuel Adams \\ e lire ornnij>otent : die.'d l w e fail. A doj : Walker as tbe-ir candidate for Governor. StenCoiH'Ift
quickly, Call. Robvit Butler, Sr. R. F. IVhirnfr. J. E. :
di.Ve'y mVtrilud l hjy hit. fri tidi of the FVrir'a! Road.ih.it I. Enorre.
site so general for concert eonld nut but end TcEsnxv. June 7.1M3. '
II j 1:1: biinr'ipg :
that will do
only were represented. Verily. Whiggery
i never never k"k"H.. C. Call, I). II. r. K. \Val'.er {
: 1 I imax control, I that ch.irttr. anil that t th May and! B. C.
The Co-ixfiitlon <-v max
It mtut do, it shall do," said John, and I about the very thing hoped f r, rnJ lienee the! t tI' le_ m t pi.rMi.-int: to ndji.uiniiifnt. n.uit be at a low ebb in Alabama, when the party
.. for these reasons, tho Southern and Middle | rt find l(S lull i.'ns wti re sulniiittid by ii.e C .inn; .ittcc Th Ci'iiii.it.'t: not IK ing, rciy] t. r -prt, tlie CV'Ti'ion -.n I- SIi!*) have the! pxi r toliv IIJHI'I; the I pl.ictin the Middle I- Pope an I 3Ier4. Birtoxv and Hilton: being invited: | can only find seven couutiea to respond to a call for a
Ii) -ti5et xxli'ch w.l:u! I In* tlie Tor point of coiniftionYtiiir a Mrt ed the C invention. i
States arc both to enter heaitily in the cj.use, <; with a itntin.ini ns I quest that tlfLijec jitciby : xxas xcry ajn-e.ib'y; cnteitaincd hy elirjntTitiiddre ) c.'uvention. .
the fr S. W. Biker Co:ii'nittei1 and their arguments ate potent they Cnnxentionhiili lody. vitli but twu dj.!i ei; 'in : nn-1 Wilkinson Call.: E1 I '
: ay \cii.-c8, nui.ii.-d The C.'inn-iitte. thir | | PIiiit| of kiinliiand em-c-li.-ition i is oWrxtd.I ai>d Rt-solutions, as amended., Lo adopted i" was docid'd F. S. Bartow E the talented
that New England holds tlie pij] ical power si-1itig after jt low s'.i htanuiiiliii<>n!<>l lt'ie tl.mjh Chiiins i.n. J. C. Me I : 'q, young gentleman
i in her hands, and they fear the ivsul A repMt maile to thorn. To Me *r*. Cdbtll Dnnnne'Call C.chititutu suLir.ittnJ the ful'oxxiujj ii-j>uit aiul 14'i I- all
: Wl.iMur! Walker. lnti"ii- : <-quiihlv! inUnsttd xxitli Savannah, and) j-li-'iilj, : xoiee". I 1 from Savannah. ii of for ftcrntlu"
New England commander, \\itii New Eng L..tiz. J.'iG.l ee, 1'. p.-. m.. l! meet in r ii: the ? vrit of f.i'riu: I fiien In- i J. I E.: Rrnflw. Richard, A.Shi'ie, an.1 l Edward HousH
{ vs an Nhip -
others) is due tic iif First District h. ef the Hon.
; land perseverance, all united, appal them'- < credit in luiiiging jilmi: this Report of the Coxmittae. M Georgia,. place J.
i 4 For this cause they hang Irick. Now the dc ir<.d l.arniutiN in the f.ctinnf tle C.'m nti-m, t foiinT: ) t oth p.-irtit-s ill M> L'rtat n xtoik ; imd in tl> toim xxf-re iipp'inte I a C't'iiin.itft'i' of three to oorres- \Jadsn 'xhw declines a re-eectloi! : Li the ercti -
I hue CLie tn xxhnin it xxas: nf.ire-il In cx.imii.ciii e.t-e, xx'ti,n e lii, d.iil-t: that; I he fair, hiint ]1'wii 1 xxitli the C..iusinL.-i.-tstr-, ;, u-.e books ofsuleription I -
: only com sc i k to allay their fears and give: r.idin to (('IlceUl r.te 1 the tifo.-ts! iin 1 t'ticr it-s ol 1 i tin. l ,. .- Msit.iblo [ H'l.kinof't ;<1:1: of 1S51. that District g ive f r Jackson, Demicrat,
: > it < for
\ rt H ii: mj.>( !K : the n-ii"ii
|[ : .
(fI n the rt' iliition! x\ill ho f.jinidht I [ ; *. to be < pened, in with the ninth
; ( Conformity
.utii: >n .tttut
them to C and this JtOopkof the Middle] y- 427tf SOU.
LIt vutts Whig
nothing complain e ; ran 1 1S ) < H) < )vc f.il his Cjixinti Hiipkins ,
I : grit ii'ij out of n--int h'i: >!.iti.,no ,
Sliotil.l! tiis! lx- Inti
: :n.zrtI > .nul the R"-id ,, rf ni.
: hurl
d be done in n i other way but bjp ap; ointina ;: : now remiiiu* for Mid! -lie Fl< ri la to follow lh 0 ipmi. : :I
tip\ lii> >t.it in c'l.iitiiiiij) .ili-> itl <-oninii'-, -tinl.I '4 *
Southern chef tli5 forte, and | p. tm'ai-i from ili-tl |t-int. I'l"rid.i will liaxelln-' iin: f II. iPo'it i-rT-Te 1 th? following re-rf>lut iirts : Ij I Communication, with Charleston-
: ]
r. over < tie,t .iiiranft"1 of their lc! '. atc.- \\ i illi I "sub.-tiin'i.il, ti I.'-- ) ill tliotitx ,
< |iinriiiic.i rS.tv.niii.iIi.asuliiiiittfl t- ; iriink: 'f the rr.-nt ( .1,1, rat I win rei-.o I-st'IrJ. lEnt th Committee ch-irsred with the *
llo.id.jn t wonMpluck j
' t I. ill!! will lush to the Standard. This ;''Madison I
policyil County, fi.rtn.ttt in woiks f In the it-solutions of the Committee
) (> impn \ euiciit.ilienly ) .in-l,, ) \ .! ,liiml hx h.u-r I 'lt l'- ..iht t | .
viit.nii t. uiidir Hie i < i.trnl Ail.ini'c.nnd I ( diiU of eut-ii': : lj K'ks of -uLrrifitii n t > l i.e .d for I
p \\ \ )blend us in one tis-wih1 be it'Mstle-. tends f j'ulf! l Rail: ;j ; > < opcn
8l30ton 1
a it.dge with!
uji the pnunise I- ]>toxi| >ii. i Ri--iil eli.utt I tl.rou.h the xvh"Kof -iizrii. in tin-, -n-acoI.i and! I U.iiiroud C prepare
| At this Sf.jucl: Ad.;mis soeiu-it: gr&ttI 1 to ii.cit'.ist it thus r I the \Vi >(i in sun I4! i Georgia .iir.panx. : -
gi\ing tn tlivotlur! ConntUftu 1 l''t liv.ic".i* through :Miihllu I ..ttit l \Vt ri.ui.l.i .
; tli
moved. They! talked! ) over tho preliminary 'if hat < ; jl.ttiiitIit j- nearly; ) all: of the ".Middle li 1 -tiii-ts; of the!, t.it.-, Iiixiu,i I tXttIiJd. the !
| j n |CH-JIC can d<>. Uut h tlio '
ve iIK \ t. I'f pl.ins :in>l <* >t-nilii of tin.ISi I .
| us i mis.xi tt than bundled mi's izcn> ofV<.t Florida cither nondriire bv ota line .of sail vessels between
k cJrcninst.incc.s and: John asked S.is t-ntisi i toj of more: om- tu e*>iiipltrc! tin- Rt I nl| Ly iorre f.r '
> M-rt iVnisr.s to the io. ult-the f-eji! i In-- i. k .un.1 l 1 lorul.i ll.iil: K.i.i.l 1
Coin.iii\ !
j second the tnnt t'n.' 31 r. A-'ams wrnt in, | c in.in: to'i the ; ;* | >-u tliroMgh toilotl.intic.! \*Ie persons t'> xisit the West the ports of the Gulf and Chaileston. Mr.luco .
grixr.il le .
;; for
nn.ong | :mne to lij .hsIegate Irmn 1 IHHH.IS ( : 'ilnl the! '
euj >
> 4. took the fl.x>r, nt'.d put all his strength! in the! 't 'j niity ; 'je'.er:II i t'cit if tuiiiiinh of the R. a 1 eai: lie Liailt i jm coimex- and aildrs! the eifiztns in c.xplanntion of the objects '
.- di *p:iir now. The expeetnii) < n i *! out' l h y the C nie.jtK I r tllUtl.111'! (If.< rol tn this C<>iix iit io xxith till SaxMim? an 1 xixx of lliConxrntion..
delineations l he had: prepared, ::!l aiming: ;>( ? Cititijtiiix.: fnoii the li.isUru
n ill Lo realized t n.l m'ie tin'. Ami n is all 1 1t'.iat t.. si') nit t'i.) f-illii.xiii! I Ki-ioit| : !i i the Committee base their statement, and
{ I the adoption of the :trni. lie was i icr.dyto': t i-iiil) uoul i run out to ilut- .\tl.iiulj.-: : or eoru.iettllt the 2. JirtJerti, That the *aM Coiimitt'-" be aVi chartCf.l -
i is now nudtdto sii-uiv the ejJs c< ncmj.ited.! A iid the C'i'ii.nitttxxvouM premivj tli,:it, altliouj'ic.ilK xxhose cird will lie found in another column
1 r V5 own the army, appoint a ronurs.inder: voto I II loM| i U"id., and eoin;>U te a coani-\i>.n not onlv nlth| witl.rhedi.ty| of adi'ptit MichniPiMip! -as miv 1 IK' : ,
I I supplipp, and )puKeed) to hth.iness.1Tcr his $; arid thia action \\ill be had. Tl.e fiit-nds of f the \\oik.: j no 1 st'p itlu-r ,
i <
1 :m to
speech liail been flnI'IIeU, ()flC tniu iiiti, sutnt < IXsitriels iii.the State, thin hx Ixing the dihUnt mi'l I j Florida the xiews entertained, by this Convention in i iI to run vessc-Is from Si. 3Iniks, New Port,

1 : feared. Hi. warmth increased; with the orcasion good beginning made in the C n ciiti, n ;.-they mean vJUl4i', the I'liRUit body is eumposul i-xeltiMXelv old widely w'par.i'.id sections of the 't.iti.together, xxi h I reference to the enterprise putting into actual tip C- | nnd Cedar Kejs, thus giving the Middle and
to carrY the tuattur Lome tj tI.iir.) nnd thus .-lcff.itci fioin Middle l Hn ida. It is ihcicCiirc! maiiiI I
eiy ; in
and to all lhc e doubts and hesitations a lut-uotk, of iron. ,I ration the charter of the PeusaeoLi awl Georgia Rail-
j list our whole people. Will they f..ii } J\'ei-ti Li-i e thy if i.nt iudi! this j those Counties in the East whose products
tp he t unnecessary .i>r on neeaMon I, f road
t replied : Your Committee, admit I lint if we unite in this Company.
Gentlemen! if Congress vi'l not adopt !I this anecdote' illustrate: the txt.-nt to which tl.e c'ier- 1.. t.t QIH.ho mj f.-t-iu-lfil) $) tt lllof Intt-tnil hiirov', j jUK i cnttiprize xxith S.ixannah.: and build (he road from i Which were adopted. seek the mouth of tho Suwannee, an opportunity -

*-r>>i'4 of Tlie people miy 1 I.e aroused :-One of the lit lor the xx Idle :Slate thy if l It il Kua.1. ot" the Charleston' furnishes
i. < the army, before ten moons hau sot, New I II.uniIoii I l C'ojnly to Piii-acol.i, and lluii eoutiniie M. A. LHI.J oTrel! I the fdlowinj resolutiims : testing advantages

: England will ndojit it, and she will up
the etrnjjglp &,lone-\cf with a in veiy liinltu I eireu nstuiccs; win stat wkli the iinioitnwe| .4( a >xMiin of Rail R.wjs in ourStattj : lion furnish the rditors of the Tallaluur
s'rg arm, a liixioii xxitli the Il riila R.n! I Road, it wi'I i.ot bo ti newspapers We. are pleased to be able to make this
I,- clear consciencerhe will'! front the foe tin that, though poor, 1.e felt like duiiig4.irt Llui-g. for a : ta.itid >=exii.il ihaiUiii f.r iniMiitaiit| Roads Cintral Atlantic; and Gulf Rail Road, hut tiny av I r -- with c-hues of the pioceedings tf this Conventionj *
handed." work which vas to )U-tutit txviybidy. The and a.nviide. I tie chain of Site announcement, as it is ft movement we ,
< gle i in.oi8upj r Cviitr.il Atlantic and' that it xxill be a Road laid duxxn) juiI xx here (Ac .5 ou loT )publicati.>n, and that all the editors of Florida be
.. This hd <1 lie tlotircd efTect. They saw : iited his family: by ai'f.teturiii oIII'h's and Mull; I It-.il. UiiiKrthv) charter mm-in' .l.itce, t-r 3vti.itI be iiiuKr t hue pn t.iit ehirti, lunning; ihuit.uiIi_ and requeued publish the 5anme.t. long wished to see commenced ; and we hope

New England wau neither j.buing nor to be hauluig.: them to matkct ii: 1.14 little UK;-Imi-c e.nt. of tie! Sati: : Misfiiiilc| | of -.ucli! iitiirou[ incuts, ; through, the St tie, and 5)iljHcrxiig UKxcry pur| is4..j 1 't. A'*c fvt(/, 1 Lit the thanks of thi Convention sre the day is not far db'ant when all oar Gulf

0 played with. They agreed to Ij,1HiLt| a dnv.I Put me down1 gtJJ he, t -r one th< u>anj diJLnsjiayiile is j.rovi lid liar ; and) it i b gratify lug to kn.j\v thai our ftmtcmplitc'l, ) by i it. And) they can see uiiig.ssl| iia .>ii '| tMi-lered to the Pic idurt! an.l) Sicretaries. for the a- and Atlantic ports will be in direct communication -

A day was fixed it came. Mr. Adams in tliinyln, utnl I will eninmencitoiaJirow i Kllo! v eili/eiis of almost nuy |h11 : of(iar nre Lie anti cli niticil in xxl.ieh have
i Tmintry xx hy xxe may imt ax ail oitrsi l'.is tnt the aid turn olliml,] manner they discharg- with Charleston, Savannah and the
went in, took! th, floor uiged the measure, getti.ig: thorn oi.t !r' Here was the right -|-'iiif, and it xhiliitliig a lively iutert in tilt I4C x\orU <.rii.i[>roviment through Sax.innah, I to ifl'-i; -tour ohjut A fatuity orJ ed the duties of their ropectixc tfEtcs.

S : And after some debate it p.-issed. I II I illustrates* the state of feeling on thin sulgYct t\ hit h -and in many) instance*, an aciixitynd) uur
-*. The next thing was to get a commander I will sjoa b" excile.l. Miy tlu go-id work *p<*cd on. that gives goo.l assurance of 2-ucetsi. I.1'.e hundred I Punsuoli md Georgia eli.irti Saxnim.ih, : miclit then j' The Conxcntion, then adjourned. consume our products and furnish our people

for this army, with supplies, &c. All looked untii Florida ".luill no longer be cicluJed fioin the rest anil wxty ti4uSatd! dollars have bt-ii suWrilu.] to the adopt h..-r preferred rou'e-direclix; Ii, time juiKlion (it{ W. D. MOSELEY, President. with articles for home consumption in return.

.. i to 31 r. Adams on the occasion, and he of the, world. capital; stock in tic! Florida Rail Road. Thi: IJoad .1-i II I !j the I'lint and Chait-diiMiclu-e, and buiM) a lixal road a W. E. M. Cotusu, \s a market, especially for the sale of Sea-

: was ready. He took the floor and went into J The delegates fiom Savanmih,, F. S. Hartow and, vill commence, on the! Atlantic, in Jiwt Flt ida, and 1 !! few uttilts! above us in Gtorgi.i. In such a cav, no oin IL .1,. 1t-rs. SeCrtare' Islands, (he reputation of Charleston is deservedly

M *; a delineation of the character of General R. 1;. Hilton. Ei"S, a<*quitte.J the trust eoinimtted to .nd on the (Julf in South r'lorid.iand willafloid: you 1. !1 1nierv'uil 'can fail to sec the cmbirrarfsmcnl and dimsti-r tli .J}. 1 INL.XX.sOX.FJ .
h Ward him the t >XVAKHRAIN. I1nurto1.N, ? high, while the character of her merchants
H, bestowing upon : encomium!: them in a manner creditable to Sax anuah) an-J p'xa.ing! l.icili'.icH to our filloxv eitizeiiNon tli.J'ir e. xxould result to us in the prosecution: ofour xx-ork. 4
: which then belonged! to no one t'lfc. At, I ito the Convention. So far from This Road, surely, will beco.ncoiicof the While for energy, enterp. iso and liberality,
these gentlemen, in r.-athi"h I-j In concluKon, Comm.tlee, biinj, we now \xnte (Wednesday) a heavy
t jour ; i ri-
i-i the end of tltc I have eulogy, be saidflut" this is bvhdf) the tity they r 'pre pnted, i>kin'r fir any ev'clnsixo \vnyn .f travel and commerce from the Noiili.nt.t I to couragiii"; ; accounts fioin thit '.::ri.us paitsof upiry oiirStaU-j I ls..vt r U falling on the city accomp-inied slightlyI L is proverbial. At present, New York monopolies -
I not man clmsen. lie then j
I went
] into the character of a coirrnandrrncief j riviUgcn, inteifaring with a I'l rii.'a! s\M< m the Xojih-xx-eot; ; and is in i-xiry u>j>eitan enter- i j --our J'C 4..le are arousing fn-ni hit ir frk- p-awaking I!I xvith LuiL From the appearance of the clouds, there t'.e bulk of the Gulf trade, but Charles!
\ ; 4r iii'pro\enunts: thy exreFlv li'fh.ini j>rize worthy ir i.'ic | ij' Ie x\Tio have undertaken i it. ; i U indic.iti"ii that this shower is general. It
-'I such as was required by the peculiar tilna. ; # < : OCM) < from tluir Iths4sr ) The KiMthu, South, the& NVWt. every u ton will enter the race with the sympathies %

1- ion of the coloni&ts at this juncture. Attethe thing of the sin t. One of i hem, (Mr. IIitoii.a! ) < in rep"i mid t 'the. lich and delightful region through xihicli it is are actixely preparing for their xxoiks of iKxclopmcnt;:; the fin't rain we have had of.any ci nscqueiice, iu two of the people in her favor, because she is a -
<> lit aMore
) had presented the qualifications in his > c to nonse remnik < n the tul jc<-t, -ipM i(d i lieOj4II.OI | and improxcincnt ; and) our Middle U preparing and months.e -
4 ) tint Savannah; herself xxodd aid than a million ,dollars) hax-o been subscribed I ) Southern city, and this will in time enable
; i.i extending now ready to unfold lur hiddin
H.i strongest language and given reasons for the th<* road from Hamilton, County faa junction with ti> the itiyk t of the Alabama ami Florida Rail 1ttai LI.: tn.-iMius. The pustiiee Currffor.der.ct tiflf.e Jot rnnl cf Connnirce. her to divert a fair share of the rapidly increasing
nomination he was about to make he snid : the of so large :i repribintation in this Convention.
Pciiins'jLir This Road is to eoiiuneiicc at i'ciiKaeola unit end Duties on Spanish Tonnage &c. trade from
n.aJn in lit.Iouilgiuiitry1 shores
>w co.trmj.ati'? >n, from South with the solemn and) our now enjoyed
: Gentlemen, I know these qualifications' earnest; interent taken in its
Florida to the St. Johns AlilMiiiA! ; ihu zt-jilactivityjnuK-nergx', pro WAM >CTOx.Tuesf! May 31.
I ore high, but weall, know they nre needful in or St. Mars i. cveJiiigs; !is a guiraiittt.that the wink is begun in tar II.tst. y by the former city.
bilmso whti
di-sjilajed thi will in few
) sire engiigu'sIoii work, leaxeno Yon probably ser, a days a Treasury
? i this chief : Does one they are not : and w ill be carried to ilx lion.
any say comj.li reference to theditreretAinl duli
I'gnin.-11t.: Lt.clcetion in nasonabJe, doubt of i>ncidy fcucetss. This \is the itt I t- to bo obtained In this country t In icply, 1 Viighia, not wit I- Your Cmimittee cannot foibiar a word on tlie.tubject I. ii h tonnage, and ubolb-hing the same for the future. From the Wakullt Times, June 8A, .
the of rk-u of
etauding fact lust ( beginning a sn- U.i.l Rualc nnexions
a mdyj.ns"irted in with our
4.: have to say they are : they reside in ono of uinnxDistrictf of our ability to execute this xvnrk. It be nsked Mr. Mtretlith had suspended the collect ion of the The James L. Qay arrived in the
has resulted in bending to the n.xt C<> Kan ynat Gulf Portx in the opinion of x our CoiinnitUv. may disciiminating, duties, but Mr. Hodge restored them.;: Spanish'Hole
1 our own body and he i is the whom IS I ngrr anti probably will UIs Florida
person able, has she .it light from
unbroken dcmoc ratic delcgati-. The thirtcen xvill end in making IVns-ieola the g rcat cei.treol t The subject was bmugl.t prominently to the notice of day on Sunday morning,
now nominate, George Washington, of Virginia. tricts have been swept clean. "Ilii*," the New:is Sxutlnin trade. The Ko.id to MiMit oim rv ''-ihl riTzit I capital, can the m com pi if h so cisantie an im.1i.rm. CoumzreM at the late session and particularly the Key West, and left the same day for New

o pass king 1 AVe answer confidently- A* can .' IAt nil her resolutiiii and! sptcchof Mr. Alalloiy, be Senator Orlc.tns. She will be here again on the evening
Yei k lur in connexion with
; 77 raid, remarking: the at once ) Ch.-ulcNloii,, and Savannah
on re-twit
Si id. : Washington, who sat on Mr. Adims right hi Virginia jKiiple unite and help according to tht-ir means, -the, from Florida. \ cry recently, the attention of the Tuesday, the 14th instant, and leWW
and the whole of the
tr.y {gi-tes lo cojSr.ii our Atlantic States. Hy an CMS* Secretary tit the Treasury was called to the
i 4 S baud, was Idoking dim intently in the face, repciteJIy expre'eJ opin small farmcM and the present the 15th for Key
: ion, that the l late njtioiul \ViHtHnrdniid, ) Northward, the xxill become large plant rs, the mtclmnie sulrcet by Southern merchants engaged in the trade on Wednesday, at 6 A. M.
whijf i is one
L to watch the name he was about' to announce, deni.! avid bni kd. Scxxjudiiiii pnrty l-mc f.>r- uf the ,ui'st convenient outlet. ti the Gulf Irom, thit- and the mere!.ant, ; every class an.l di scrijuion of theo with Cuba through Mr. untie, editor of the Charleston West, via Cedar Keys and Tnmpa. Passengers -
: ::1: and not expecting it would be hie, hua cK'ttoiyrd it Ibe- h has some weeks here for this
sprang whole .I ii i tt her immunity, and what can xxe not do ? There is no' Mercury, w <' spent ; must be at Su Marks on Tuesday afternoon -__
.; .I from his seat the minute he heard "it, and scattered fi agrm-ntfe run never Lrought ti ge I]her utjaio Ii.bI1'ji| Valliy. elwili-rs for Rail{ man who cannot if he will pulp; e. Meauxvhile, a c irespondence was entered
; 4 E" rushed lo an adjoining room. Mr. Adams upon the Jilfltfi nil-the jriuciphu uutl the* pies- UO.UH: were gr4uit'-d nt the hu had tie if the lute uatumn.1 but you Committee, are nut) aWare that bto.k. An iinnunxe amount of stotk may, be paid in expressed n gir t desire on the taut of his government. Messrs. BEARD & DENIIAM have
; bis cousin Samuel to ask for adjournment txliig partj-fur its jdatfi any
; an
i is broken duxxn, its rnii Itthis| have been taken under them. labor, iH-ovifciuiB and materials ; benidcn, xve (cit I assured that the differential duties should bo ala itIShleti. us a letter written by Capt. Talbot to them,
pruicij.Us bot-te]
the nomination are i.leas
at soon as was .IK
in which he that her here
if ,
that with states return
we net limo on
beeonua the
made, in order to give the members time lo its prestige li luthiu; but eli attrjus triumphs! e r 1 ho extrcmo Wistern sand tho Eastern and Southern its enerjjy Thus, in adopting this measure, a courtesy is shown the Jas. L. Day will be under the command
enttrpuzsCt'ngreas at
deliberate, and the result i ii before the woild. crushing Jefcat It is dune for." (Millions .'f the State have commenced Uu-ir works of next xsi.tm will makerant to the Spanish Gustriitnent.while it promotes our
;j S nnprovemmt with an energy thut well di-servit uccffc a {- if land, as she has d.me in other similar cases, own commercial intercut \\'v may now eipcct, very of another captain, as ho is going North for

L for time Ctfl1tlvIitifl of the Road that will hut insure to see SpLiiUh vcs els ill oi.r IlL the purpose of purchasing another boat, to
: Fox Mxwco.-A telegraphic despatch It ii hardly titfccwwry. fur u* to say tn our rcaic-rs ; mid your'Conmiittee, indulge u lively Iv>pe tlml 41111)- noon pi

'I from New Oilcans, under ilnte of Tuesday flat they '"ill clo! well to prwcrvc, fur future refrcilec they Mill ctdily| reap un: rich rexxarjtiftlici/, irU.Aiioilitr. the coinpUtioii) of ihe work, hut xxill pay a largeprtip.'rti'izs run as a consort with the James L. Day-
is Tucker of the
It rfjx'ited Beverly
Virginia From that
of the about this we to learn
I last, states that dau? of the ,lhh inst. have \ the prc-sc-ut nun.lx.-r of the FloiiJian.: n ntuiniiir -,' nnd jour Commitu-u believe, the greatest cost of it. regret
_J : been teceived from" the city-W MM tea_ I1?r jMX40MtdIaes f tLu ILnil J oail C invention. We e. terprue now in voutemplatiuti Within *yOur Slate, isVnUrn i iItiv UmKr all the circumstances xve congtitulate .ur to sUrt n new Domocrntie p-per in WHshington steamer has, so far, received less encdurtgement -
City. U i is further s asi.i i I that Roger. A. Pryw liaswithdruxvii from the business this point,
;! Santa Anna i adopting severe measures against dteign. tl.rrivgh tbesicl < tit friend, lo gmTeoma tfinrmeii ui4I by..whiiuls il, CZtXClfl3lJMV ziu41ii! v- citizens upon our prevent prorpcct, mid wake our enriiiiTt men
all Mexicans what he : appeal to all, to xvith fn from the Unlun. His withdrawal originated than at any other point on the route ; and he
I holding \ juiu the
conceives s comparing die route now projx) **.(! with ollior Wiiiu portions nr# to bo comiccU-d. 1ln energy great anti
maim article written by him on Russia Mr. P. then shows think that Uis
.t u conclusively,
He xxork.
: lo bo pernicious opinions. hat ordered Urt'.f re indionted, A cm i't'USleILI to Savannah, inregarel is the enterprise tL-it invclvta the iiilm-st. unit chal"Iriiges good
served an abe! writer, whose connection with the Union Ii Las the interest of the merchants patroniz*
i the arreet of all who as guerillas in to distance md iho eunpoitot tcclion of the Bciolutioni-
expense patre.iM< ; wij nlo every State. JtaflccU
been of infinite serxiee to that prosy sheet. and sustain the line. We make the following
4l the American army during the late war, and serving to thoxv its Iflati'iw to tl.rr Roads eontfiupbitoJ the iuuritt directly or indirect!) nfcvi-ry citizen 1. Jirtolerd, That the time lias como A-r_Florida to extract from the letter:

;Li they were to bo tried,by A court-martial. in and" from this Slut This stems necessary xxilbin IKT limits, and CMeiitially and xitally, the mimcnce the xvoik Internal Improvement, by the The Paris! corrc ]iondent of the New York Tribune

;; He had published a lit of Mex can officers lo remove frmn every c-unu.l mint) all npprchenfion .\liddlo Uiklrict, and Mich |nrtiim of thy iuuUrn and c instruction of Railroads, nnd us by her weogtai ]u-ul communicates the t I am firm in my conviction, that there Itno

2" currendctod as pti ouersof war to Gtncial that tiKe\xlo have united sn lutrni'iniouoly,, in the U'cfctti n n live on the luau of its rouu.'e say iViryM f.,rin. her important scctioi.s; me so wiuely sti nraud. The Futile iUowiiig's possible doubt respecting the permanency

f Scott when tho capital was taken ; and he preient | n je-ct. ere at s 1 btietj'.e, eir evtr in Jiffm'ut. ct ion of the State, ht-cauov no uiie will doubt hut when it i is thin m-iru necoisary tint tluio duUnt s tioia Le .,hille Mnrut, recently airi-wl from Floriua, was rec.ived of this line. Yet the contractors rely.upon!*.

S issued a decree degrading (bent > from their to the intvnt <
rank, and' dismissing them from civil employnient. ) tlmt in truth they uiv influenced by ciilar tdievt ol wi.l c-'iimct xxith it by *Uit rexulr. This U tlK> nat 2. fi olu :it, Tliat the pwition of thU State, bears a ty tint "ller, wilt llighucs) was the$5 f"unl a eranduiecr rof thai American of e'en.Wasliington of shippers as well as that of the atripty

Tiio Mexican army i is hvhig reorjio- the g.'oJ cf the aihade.! .mil I ji. ramouiit t-nu-rpruw tl-it bus brought un togfth.ir such relation to the oilier Slides of tlw Uuio ., cnj to Uiiioa. Tb Ortw-ral himself descended in adleet establishing a low rate of freight : COM-

hick and inerensed. ( ov. Ttias, of MM tbioxiM i.!ii. And) now, us xve apiroi| >li the many of th. other mutries of tliu earth coininercLlly line from tho illiutriou and royal family utIle Plan.tAuenrts. quently much depends upon the patronages

F boa, has nureket) to npow thoofth oceuimj tr Pliilip J. Punch oae oftb* Proprietor otheS.vniauitb i'ouMulrfnt' iibj ct* .tluttuf sOciiilly, and politumlly, : tluitaa great DeetMitj I ." Tills reminds me of that pi nrait ofiV&nk. and if not given at living rates, jheu *Mtflr..

MwUI& Valky. _ITu uaUooal guard U.orgiais, it h dated I Ly; Uflcjrrapb, has received tor cH-viuwioii, your Cwoimitu-u uicn tiitisj,4: to pcnetmte aod i-russ her witli bighiraya oariwii ofoommuaicatkm Hum "Otto a of gold-lettered.the galleries iusc.ipUou at Versiulles dtclaiing, uaderneathwhich. him to any other line most p riab;

wuborg the spptioUnent tf Post Mjwter of StTuusa, I 1 mpcctfuliy-iflvuko at yov Iii di a apirit of kloducw,I tod intercourse. bAysbien the "Jtrtt fruidtnt of PenntyhmtticC be the fate of this lino, tbe*

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W tS poid& wifl he ioluted xt before, and ]I ., Thrchant L Ee toratie ofIbt. ietl I !- -. -F1'-_

ldObt.t for .. J 1tiig'frni'; Tbo following lines were written Ky .1 The ftal'.hiore pnjwr| $ nrc maiwg contidenible the F1*. .Cotfcraace. and Vmof ,

On tny .niivjil :;t IV.v OC.M:! :!' 1 -orstijuatnr to flie Casket." \mpcr\ edite ado about the rofractiJoas prOrrnauecoIaDr. Lew Ciaty. Ha.r T subt'cith.r uT.r w saY Iii. VALUABU

for the! uouit':7i t': i: ?o i.c t :m by the !Indies ?LANTATLON. CONTACTING 98O AGUES
)oiive : of St. 31ilIfltfl.1. = I .
Anthony. Diblu.trJ. of Ner York in the' .. It is wtiwtcd twelve niA et -
i.s r. CsaL.'Et t" tlif Ju.; L I ..n.jf curt of/fjlIaLasaee Lo 10 '
other ship way mi the! x-ergu of ( iil.ttlHI-tfld leatl :'OBITUABY.iy I twccn thc St. Atgttiao and ULsofckle rouds. and ..
i it HiuHng CM.O fitjtrdtra ; to ihc of defective Ho lectured to'a large ab. -
succivJ tight .
each 4
I week *: ryhtmi frr.i.i
< duiing the winter, month before XrwjMirt; war tlw ,rcictzt >i.nHti.ii 1 bile. 4-4k lOWWQth510
i ki a uolt l'ne' k'c*' will' c <
if not t:> I bt? found, then I shall! builJ one bat Brnntl a.d 'F land H first mtc" Iiamnioek. .and J, well knows aso G
kut ; to be read i ii: order that its aptness may the Argut says he gave a general inv twtty tlano ycar. Very ruredisripliiicd 1O4SL. : ,.
i3 Of Uic bent ,
I cotton plantations __ 'a2Othkwo.Jj7' -
tt'N! vii 'K P'001'' lo tmvil on, hnl 4 be imic i nn tu.be fmind in thia w'r1d of f.iJi, ia Loon County.
that joo .1)I cciated : tation to those xvho were blind, fiarir-tighted 1i.b&tb One liwidrcd utnJ twenty aeiea still iincleami
5 months will be necessary to jilaco heron Ikijmee ofini.rI n'itl rei-ri.. tlartcer are thateit1wt .
yr Tare and tret or bad weak eyes, to come on'the. platform, 111 e4q'1rniit: lifu auIyuIg.nflIn. be beat. It 1wellatered, and admiraUy! 2Op.hknrjt'I

the route._ On>ss nn,1 net ItateItt, litlj 1 ,"'y j rayr? *JlyJ5.! liJ c'nff inooe of/thereat ; .
.>x n&i I hi JieaJ, drv and wet, and! he would do all be professed. Quito a fliroii nU1i j. .o' iTChtWR xjd ami youthh fa] rLd
Hot Pleased Itidv: .- number of Lndies and, gentlemen went 'forvaid ac.iribng t.thI 4b'flIUg xu1--TTMII Opa .elifl4 relil>oi r; out Itooars, gj oexi-acr.w1 m.J .
ChiilesUin Sou'Jicr.i Spaniard d3fAiot Otcvt-'gr8ik, t HiaTtgplie4l4Idrpv and,what ,he 1* ojd b ,will, tli9)iMad tfat'pkntation t ry-war Jo goodordet' 1g
The : Vi'inlck.ilc! rotail, will y .u trade ? \ and i.i the khort space: of three minutes not dart autj./31 c ruult. was as myht ..Iwrcbt4n -To A purehawr, time will'b*- 1tt i?
seem to bo jJiMsed at the jiiop/ised :mloaVBsttah each declared their had been iniproved. expected; Tii&life throtiglinut to tit- graeIMIUI Jllua- : ..' r :! i' s-. *-w. o; o8E Y Jj (

tenders towards the construction; Oool 1* fir ?nlc, eyes nMwt.cniinciitly, Uw trulhfuhios of the Divine 4. Jun&4:1833. ..", 4 -cgrt'id- .:. i: t p*,ritarrs Liwh, v r., !%> i6 -
n.m b ile. nin: roWlmi afcolK>l..& Atteiulof'cnyigiuir.'ti die libao ,
pkin.brown ifrfyts ., .
faroaJ through Floriii.i from a p.ibt: ntarthcguwannee Ell or quarter. yarJ or n..i: !: The meuliins the following instances sports of tltt.cQpool-yards (>r-$ *.-(hVCIAIOI> of street Per Chipola from New Oriental.-... ft ps p plant Uown linen drilL. tisscrteJ,

River in the Eriit. We qu te re- Erj ih-e, Argut raifblin?. lie.voukl Opt uufrequently return t<> bin 3 0 CASKS bIdC ana SlmuLh-r, T 5 ps oroatroijjs, w -
Will _von l buy I IZX'.iue 01 the relief afforded : roum and there.pour-ocerrenwtk! of the divinely'in. 3 Tierces Sugsr-cure l Hams. .. 10 p* Florida a L.browo Oirtkf;

ptk| from t'io Stan-lard: on UK-, ievilaiio.it.nifuia ; fan bell us clicnp ;is I luhii xi>ited the doctor sprrud vduitv'.Tiiafciiig) his soul wise ul i to aIvaton.1 .- 7S bU Fjmtlv anil Superior Floor, IGpsD do do 'do do .. e

Snranruik on tho 2d inst. : THUS c'.rh day morningvc xvhile there kjio\\lodgu of tho ISibhwns fur hryoud ht ytaKAb -. 25 Rectified WhL'key, 6 ps Palo.Alto S. I do do

AVc.irs room, at the! Institute, and saxt nit tix yt-firs ngi be professed raving faith iu Christ 2 Coxes Lemons. 2 ps 10-4 blue Alawlale sheet ng.,. <-: .

'< Such s 'the proposition for union ofiVrodt Anil li away hair is tuniinj hisi.nplc appli.-at'mn made to a lid ageil a'j mid jniiu'd lluf Mt-tbodbt E. Church. A few dasprcvintM 2 Smoked Tongues, Bleached shirtings of all prices, iItlIJI'aidqes11.." .

tL.j people ('if Floiiil.a.: If the! people ol 1 I Oor lij* h ..kIleni gniy bout 11 years, and son of Mr. Nicholas Rich! !; to Iu4 deiitli. we a.-ke-l him a* ktlii"prospectsof lo Star Candles. ties. -

florid fo-mjily "''It their' lmit 1 l'lC ->rfakin"t litly I.M.VSC ci,.. No. i'23 S. Chat les street, xvho bad l beenj t the future, in view of 115 beL> W& ral'.cd away 10 New Orleans Mobsws. 8 pa Brown Holland, *

t""rp '';in ''I0 ''llt'e' (lut>sti'H' but I'int'! .>n:jts his .jji.i, uuJ b lts Ms s.loclc Mind: m in the right eye for six years. After fniui the cuuesof e urth.* hit reply' was--That matter For sale hy 4 ps White '3 do '-
i id all Skilled ; lie did not dread dftth. For many J t ROWLES. 11 Irish Linen, aasortrd,
theRond will' i be built: Hut \\ill they tli so ? By and by the cup h.ul been applied for the space of Jiotirs l befsre his departure he wna
M'ilh the ability! to HUMSSO'J.CKK) for ujcli a He will tlie,- one minute, it 'xva. removed, xxhen the left An 1 the proper rxt-rciats of his mind or doubtless his Fresh Groceries. tO ps Silk pocket IlandkcrdLteb; .

'within herself, will fclie throw it into ]Hut the IrdgvT book on high eye xvas closed, and the little fello1 was requested triumph over death would bate IK-en more"M ual in C doc gentlemena Stwpeadcn assorted -
purpose SI) ill unf.U t* external manifentatiorw. lie has left n riHH-i\ed by he late arrivals from New York 6 dot .
the lap f ( eor iH t With that 6Jiu: an.i to walk across the room. Hei.iime- rirhlejicvf .JUST 1 New Orleans mem white and colored Cotton GloTv
11 i\v lie a IJ, :> the youth of our eomniatiity: in holy Chriitan exniiple. ps white Linen Drill assorted, '-
inch a di'iintion: of public lauds as would bp lia\v I he got Miid ufcJ bis iliately; complied \vith the leqnest and cried | May tlwy nut be unmiadful .>f the wime.Jiinv .- Fxtra Fuiuily Flour, Super. Brown Sugar, 7 ps block Alapacca. ..- t

made for inch a purpose uml the bonds of Oil I, father, lather, I can see lie I xvas then ] ljtioti4 and fri>>nd-> sir'- l Ift to mourn ld4 1 *' Corn do, Clarified do, 2 ps 4-4 Turkev red prints,

the co'iipany' the people of 1 Imidaran Imild M\i. .\cr.\T.-Mr. (leoigell. Lynch liasWe. : handed, seveial articles I Jill of xxhch: he named bat fn w M their sorrow a'.I.u ed nnd ilepiivul ofi it. Ststpj & Shay Ham, Criii-heJ do, C ps bleached Cotton Diaper,

to i it \\iihiu' ectlv ami described several >er onVKI !. littenien in the b.inpy; rerti-Hi-Mi tluit his spirit miiigh'i Phiiu do, Loaf do. C do do Drill. -
road! fioin point any p ., .Miil the lieei curl |
a any appointed Agent on route with hqti.hrs.! Durfcce's Bating Powders. bird -
the b.-sd Abn.hnnV 4
that reit li-iai. 4 ps eye Diaper, assorted. -'
the limits of their own Staf, both termini ; ..' .- : \Viiiui.igtun; ( andM' :i, r/re Win.II. \ xxeie fctamling i in t the joom. The j joj 3of; 'lhLlIWPE.() C. .ir Sides, Ri. Coffve.K 12 dor Damask-Table Napkins, .'

may: bo bur (\vn. They I have the .nil! v. ;. Laspuyre; res-ipied. This \i.* the same: poiii1:1 the fatlier! and son can better be imagined: -- -'- IJn-il dn! Java d< 1 piece 15-4 Linen Sbteting, -- '

ill JU.ii! than ctihcd. i i"The Fulton Market Bof. Mticha *! 2 Pillow Case LtoerC '
with well direct vt.rp-he-wbv : which Mi. L\nrh formeilv I held, and Iez' I I NEW YORK HATS. ps -
nride! Mr. (! Extra Apj)Vinegar, S.d.iratu aid Suda, 2 i .ii!<, Jo Cotton
of the conesiu'is of i j.l ? applicaliitn xvas aKo to -
themselves ni-y p ;;.b.r uliich( he is l eminently: ([!i.ilili d-being I FASHIONABLE Ciiullp Pried Piuu. ""
12 & 12-4 white M.uj mIcJ! ,
1J < Quilts
I llo'I H.dliniiue
The road acios the Istlmv.is i is the ieiira.: liilly acquainted \\itli hs da.ios, and deter' il. (!unningian! : xvho ie>i les at 1 205 A'Ii.iiiutKio! ilo, l -ean1*. DO white Mosquito Retting
M) XVAl JLVIIXt'E, t U S.1ESTEXVAKT3A ps gauze ;
turn of the comiwrnal: \\ nl.l. Wiiy fn-feil j mined lt> ]peiom; ): tliem satiaf.ictoiily.- \\Vt!. : leet. and had: bee-i Mind for Iiyears.. | Star do, I'i<-kh-<. & v. ?
this birthii bt anSI b >U thr'ir lio'.i i.il eutanreJt .Jj ir. He, ii: the sho-l' space sif tliite: mi-iutes: deJ : ri''ti. CO. \V. SCOTT
\ the- bands: of other peopbTiuy! e.ui I ned t he couM see distinctly, and recejj.iiisod J'l -a-iiu; rrpu'a'.ion. lon;, nij'.yM. n-n-ler Inv_ Juno 4. 1853.: 22A COO pound* Cotton Yam, DOS. from 5 to IS
Tiii;* j jna: njiii) remi.ids us oft'ie ahvil'i eneoes.fi l.e bad I not foi,, K-i;thy) n >:'i. e : : 'e'.ilrSUIhP to wx that pin- 70 p* Fancy Cilicoc .
bring the conii'ieree of luiifa consi-ienl' iarei'ieiv ; everd gentlemen seen FRESH SUPPLY of ; .joJ Cigaw, and Au- -
In-fine! tiei! : tli.ycan levy t'ilnUenoujrh : ly now eii>linij for the sp -ily up .j,2 xeais. Tlie-e are fart--, and anyone' tlen-n may riy! upini; the! tlunutcrof oir pr fcictions :Tdors: iti's Soli.ve at j SO li> p* printed Erench Jjteouet Lawn Dress do patterns do .

froai: it to ivimhiusi! tlu-m.: V.'hv jiui.itiiK-iil of a mail: ag nt I'nFlti.i i i.i. The doulit'ng tliem can call on tie t! aluxe gentL: beia? cx
I xxitli! those who Pfcigs, VidUce, Trunls, UmlroII.is, Toilet priecs IUi'I qu.iutitka,
M (tln'.u tiV li- croxvded this morning LimiTatO
their o' n posit o-i, v.'liy ? ..." jir! helping Inn J of
gia the credit and! etir lu'n.-ii.s: of l'i i 3 eat : :
cnterpi. e will ;jrva'.Iv: :'(-j.'ii.'e dcy!
when cjcli a roi.l 1 sh.ii! Inve !"vva z.ii l--I--i. :lZtl I I.j I'uii tiV.it_ : | n Moiri.: Tiieei. : The di;>i-rr :IM> mciti.: :i? sexeral cases o!t4h.ft''tivt' oz: :' nrv nutlmiiml I and ri-qiH-sti-tl t iiiuiItIi..I' ?'os. 1 and 2,-Pickled Herring. | f\ BAGS Lnguira Coffee .,

but infinitely, gro.ili-r \\ ON :,s a etuh-Iire! 1r MACKEREL! (it JL VflOdo 15 do Java liiu do dalo -

if wfth th ajsj-JiiMiin'K < !' thoir m-n thOim't <'t! lax A-t ". 'rr.H'l Collector cf Let n Cou. GEO. V, SCOTT & CO'S.June -
? pjojvr : tK'i'Js looiiiiip, : alter as ittlofs! ii: Flo I.L! the! applications of DI. I IL This isa xvondeiful : 4.1S53. 2'2 Boxes No. 1 S tliia nlith! tinelftnia: i ii 0t..b.-r .
powers, thev fh''u.l! construct Jo: ty at next.j3 2 WJs. Crnsird Sugar
.iiiil we rail UUII the |jie.s: i i.i all |nrtions o! ae. I 1 do S. S. Alinonda .
iu their owti linits.Chaileston I i iIf { :: V.' are .tnthiiiiyoilunl requested to I RuED APPLES and I iVaciies lit
an.l the Jflate to unite with us i ia (lem.inding; ;i I > O EO. \V. SCOTT & CO'3. Powder iu Kegs j kegs and J krgs, .
( i U? ennest ewgotif linn xiunUM. ti't' I .ig .tn.l li.ippily) ) be ann-unee! Mr. II.VLEY T. LOCKER.: as aeandlditef June -1,15:5.: 22Ia M) Lag! of Stiot&1l sizes, fBi't

rival of SL%atth: i.i romju-u.t; : ; for tlie trad u-ficm. CniKjilaint; alter comjilaini, : imncsjiiuiiia mpeiate itt -ill thi'-gs.' 'ir the nfikv of SheiiiF of Lw-n Cvunty at the ccctiuuf Ourd Brandy and Mouongabcla Whikty '

i-i fiom subscribers! to I Ihe FlmUian _____ f 1-1 ; Gadsden Circuit Court. do Madeira and Port Wine, -:
of FlorU.i. Henceh? rann-it Li 'i: wary : : -- -- O'-toU-r next, .
N. E. andJaiHuiea Rum, -,
fivor on a v'.ii-i'r* wWch t"j.tMti"is tovej ti'i! .. '.- of thii.-i pipers, evon fin-ii D. M'L..NE'S LIV3R PILLS. I Cz--; We arc nutiiniizcil .iml rrqtiestoil to I Abndum K. Allison. 1 V To tjtnicnt.yprin, Term D-Lt 1S53. At- S. U.Madttra and Malaga Win, .
ri. S18S5.00
gve KT: l ii, *- 1.1 p.-ou-ct.; t'u1 1 1 ti'itnnifesithin: les tlu-n fifty mlK-s of the : :'- 1hi4' T41* nu lit.1* 'bi>: > *ilij>ti1.T.ifl all <>tli
advantage ovei her 5.i i tuK i t ; '. i b'n. .:;' ; 'il.lir.-ciini: % oi-e:] : r.ii-J we snjipoee* the! same the rj.ic; 4 f ilis<-.it 4,1 the I.ixr.i. lt<- i-fi cts are date fr the offi-c of T.is Ae s-or aid C->leetor! fr r II-S ilefeiiiLiit an't t tell\ othi-r interested in the n- Raspberry and Lemon Syrup,
< i P il'it-i' !'y u'lil j iHdy.. rnl .it tho s<:inio ti.Ji' 'f' p r- hove atc.i! e. are hereby notified of the eom-
\\iio all the Connty of Leon, at tlw. t lection ia O--tolj.-r next.K CucuLi Pepper and Spice,
car cotemporaiy fthe :;. :r.jjfJ lua noiInoked i- tree: ivspet-t t.i our cotcmjvirniips r.htft, llit it i U ti it t M.rpri-ii r J1.'hl.I I SHJHTj ] nierieeineiitf this suit, returnable to the Circuit as a- Pine Cheese and Raisins
Apple ,
all the i cci tiu- for one, \e will eiulure tliis! st.-itu: of thing: t.i( all .'titi'r'. 1'C.te! 1 ti,' i I 'r ; .. :?" \\"e -11111101120(1 ntul icqtu-sti'if f to fon. .aid of taiJ cuuntx" and to appear n'id plead to the Mustard, Caudles, and Starch,
at rets.irnmttI .pn-.ts '
j>'.i\ >i !i.-tTl <'I! \ iriiiii: XXM j>r::,-ti-e I j ia a rrri i"ii if j same. A. K. ALLNOS. a
of MMdU 1"b 'Ma 5 ii *. no 1 ti: er. \Ve protest agninst: it :-we in-ist i.ihivh l L.r C. >i-U't. i* .'-1 1I'uli flTfl4fliCC hUGh ARCHER. Jr. as a ca-nhJ.ile f.rcit.r Attorney for F'hiintiflni -ALSOA -
of the peo.te; : :r tin:itry : IIopUH. '.r ; 'ni; | : large and well selected stoct of Spring and
that an agent shall lie at once appointed tofenet ulf rn.I.J1t 1 5111 1 e.i.nni MI.' :m.l v )l.o hi.-: Khat ; of the Circuit Court of Le .n County at the h-c- Jll-14-I. is:; :. 2 very in of
ifeed uni-n with Sax Summer CIotLing'.comisting :
annah. part
sentiag to t ie > : : ;
pr \, irs n ili-ci: xvii I!' t!.<- re.iit'iit-: nit i pp jvit! i.iin'; ti n in Octn'r' lit xL --b
Thi" pj ],le we"e ino\vd ti )lii i> assent out the! alni.-e5, and! apply the t ( coirerti'.v. lair j ia' *i: >. th'e! I'iJU a i-t' jrtfJi irl> :ti.irx {.ti .I t., U.7'iVe: aulLrniseil! A. PJJKRY" AMAKH1R, 85 12 El'k du Queen'-and Cold Cloth Alapacca Sack do and do Frock do Coats do
are nin; tu
the fact: of (Lerxistenre of.cha ; Tin- (loveniriHT.l! o.veil to the peijileof 4-\ t>iiii: "f tlftlioav.. nu'I 1 iier f.ii! t<. nl iileIAI. requested rBJ w 1-2 do Drip D'Ete Frock and Dma Coats.
maialv ov* III'P1 .b-jittc ('..t'tf)1 I Ij.tt tn1l ,Liitst.- aiu-moe Mr. JOHN) II. RHODES[ of TaU.ttiase a ,
do Cahrn.'rette d h Coals
tiu- Stte to do this it, i i. theii Jheir li lit 12 ,
:- : ,
tcr by which! av.-inh: ;;:: i it I., JUT p r.vc-t : They have ju".tlv licriitnv ctlthniJ : an>l I tho re a cutitiiiltte; fur SLciitFof Leon Cu.ity at the tleetii TALLAHAriaEE, FLA. 12 d. Fancy do Sack Coat,.

r.u: t'ley denrind it. Judge Catnpliell u, tiitpt.t : wjircln-s .t(' i lr. il'Lint' hivc: ph-.Ci-.l liis iihnn'I aimni 21. IS S. 20( 50 Linen Sack and Frock Coats of
to reach the ( !{ wil'.a < r wa'.jojt tat! siniiir. ; i in October tie.xt. ilnv every quality,
blaster CJeneral; has the name of I lui.ica I h-iu-fict'ir.! .* '( I'im'ki.ivl. No ( : < haxin syinj>- ::- 1 price and size,
This consiilerali-r.j iiiIic'it t'u* p.o.h to nr.: t.tii'; :f t.i. f.irtniilIt'! iiiciidI be v'nhtut fcVe: are nnffiorizoil :nml rL"iiesicil] *o.nnoUnce Cow Peps..fh 5u Cotton Sack and Frock Coats of all- qualities,
; lu. inec-s man: : to him we Appeal. Lei iiivaluiihlc I I'jlK I Iliixexoua uiu in tl.c iL'l.t"i'l"
ganite uuder.'iri ( k1rr-Lrd ti.ns, v.bil. ] .-. ALLL5 II. FELKEL.: FMJ_ m a csali-!'aref 1 BUSHELS, Scod Cw Peas fur Rile by size* and prices, -
UM.ltr t\y\ ( t.iu rih- v.Licii iei c t-*'< xvulia
fn f
< >
they give to Jfamnrnh ri okt{ t'l.-y r.t :".,< hi.si name: the :gnt ;-!let him reinedv the ]iri.-'u.c-'in.ili'c l ,lio vri'h uin th>- lifti Jexxisli "r Tax Ae..- '.T .\:,'i] C .l! .ctor fLea CJuutv M at tie! iU r.EKRY i ROWLES. Vests Together Shirts with and a Draw general crs assortment all tif tvLku of we Pantaloons.will sell :

same tima Frure t1. nvjs.i t tzik: r'f Jlie'inwn l>':ss cf! wl.icli we coaijil.tin; nnd tie j pee.L 4>ccii.iiiiuli Mi.netrno c n-tnn', p..i,1, uri
f t'jo'! "tateid huld him in :>1.J! 'r.I.L.h.> In j':* ;iith t >.t. ii-liir !'. ti! <- ti'1 ji if tin- March 1?. lt5S. HEIR i RUST.Ne7 .
Ccuiial !I..J! uiii.ia i: a liinuSa-i! t : l.i&tiag: ie- Oz-: Wi ire auih'.pt iC'I and rrq-iestotl: to Quincy Male &. Female Academy.
) g'eat: -h i.iii.ts-r, I Kfly upi it, that :itln.it! !i I thf latter p.iii

miles l h's of l') .\ll.i'li.and t th\! ? :iieiianciJf.ii'rf: \ -ri> nut-!tiitnt.ikcn f fr rl.cuni.tic. t icv ii i-. Mi..uiK-! 31-. JOlt N M.! HILL of Cti.trtxil: t- :: r1ri NEXT SE4-ON! it npw-i on .ifnu1ti. Spring and Summer- Goods.
jio.vrroJ : / atid uiuph nn"-ii! iJ I uf fi! it city i Hdition lIjInL-\Vitijput! !Knowi r.i-1'idi.i, u.i-lii the family lUST RECEIVED FEOM NEW YORK a good
:\ In :: i.i t.w Ix a-i I/-M a !. \ .t l r. in.I'lt t; '%' r II-. I :.r I. ir ijiv: Jx-olitjiinedj-i
of Li-'ii C-nntx. tur!kvti.i I., O-ti.lcr Iit \t.rILM.TtJNNO "r fVr *' a-sortnent: of isuplc. Fancy and Dress Goods of
Vt: nil tilt !) < .i11.ihi-.r'te. a.l : of the Piineijr.il at > 1O p nion'h. fr.itheriii.orni.itioii
ru &l. it 1itoj
towards I liJlui i tie! lo-id AT Saxaii.J.ah : 4 ;
r; : ;hc a-Kai t Jagi: ert'd; to : e-ut! lioai: tiieI't lat'St styles. WHaiaUilg l/f
: '. A .;i'i'\ i.i; every Tinni iu llic S nith.JIM := i! p re [peetin.; r.ite of t'iitloi.: rejrulati'-ns!; ilc.Mt .
kno\v: xvi>ii, t'l-tt t;: c -o4; eat"rt'x: x.h ; i: t 'if. ': ist 1ehuiiist as '4111,. J, i lf>j::. : 22 -Jl \ ; Catilogucnhkh may be procured by app'icntionr. Planter* DnIK5up Scotch Ginghams,
r Br.iwn Licen, Madder Laws,
I.:. II. .
our peopl in this i-4iti"pi: i sli" wall, LJ ti.languagu .< I .-r to Io21.iid I] : !, I'.ie p"c>< i.i ceitain: :i iI quatlers 'p ? dv Shrunk flo. Tchd Jacone's,
: FACTOR AND COMMISSION: MERCHANT M-y 2S, 1S5 ?. 21 2ai Priwripr.L;
of a distitig1td citizen: of tl.b I '4ue hw; en . Swijs Organdies, ?
: n<.t IH; 'ireI:1 ''X'-t-pt tiv tiVi't.j 1.irg' quatitstii i*i>f meiici'ns NO..r; sorTiinix AVIIAICF, Stolen.SMALK dj" Striped Drills, M>n'.rDiiip Lawns,
Strayed or
State, tiavc' tt> contiibute, largely j-i: eMe-.n'- ;i'ut t! e full'iui.ig fiom llie New Yoik Herild ; 1 1'' the rt Kinci. i'l a LTcat II..IMX ei'.t' 4if '. h"cliniiicli Chnileit 'n. South: Caroline. I do Checked lo Col'H-ed Bareges,

ing our rnad from IlamiUou C< uiy tn iVn-r.: v.i'.l' *hov, t'.i.u; thel'resi.lent's chi-ico was i flJlr./ l" tl"in' :,.ii'i'.t! llir Satin Plaids,
ni I reeolletted but
a Iunp or a tcmur in
fiql''i Ct' t-d. Tlf co.ita i-f llutoinah l by mnlri Satin Jeans, Crape de Pane,
cola. .These are some of the imttivc* i:.finencing (.: : Iit'e'uiv \ tlw loft Ide. r.ear the tl.ink. Any eommu- Silk : -
ui .I of ii tti.itii: IfltXIir( fieqIcl4 y soI Bishops! Lawn, Striped Tissue
the peoj L ofthi* beelion *'lo tiLe ;j O-JR .MlNJSTl'.n: TO IIoM.\\D.-TllPCXrrutivc I much th<'ii.h-rc 1 I hat thv >l ;;' lir- f'.rtsua i< cnn Dwelling: House for Sale. n'rati' n. .vt tl at Lean get her. will bo vut.iblv regarded. -'I Viet..na do JJyailen Robes,
*' iliii.j ,r d-the nu'.t <.f! xxhlch M sIvspriia. norXMUaittv -I th> North ndil.ti Talluliasai-p.( Apply u. SwiMushu.. Super do do -
tho heljting hand! of (;Jeo'gia, ami they a-o 1 atVa !hiigton; his displayed% a "real *, rhii'.icn. altcrn.itr
tli.it thus d.! deal nt) juJiciousness: i.i iU selection; nCi tlituleiicf ,. htinup' \X\nil.llt i'.t llicn- 1 t't'Q o k Muslin doMadrass
veil persuaded: by acting they rep. ni ftc, etc. n I June 11. ic-. l>oi> Paper
roseiitative at thecomt of Iloll.md. Mr.I Auit f ire. hetry iWlraUtr! t' | > pr'S a rt-iut-Jy. wliHi lwii I : Fresh Spring Goods. Tarlton.Chimezettes. Cravat.
of their b.-luu'd ,
the interests
vauce : oxxn : !Heltnc'ir, on whom the choice has fallen, : applii"! xrrD4iTI
State, and are I\\ing: the found ilioa: of a is the most c-ligilih* that tin I ftetI..,%. an I thin o.rry >T t thnmtih th<* mitliIIMI. ". CiVil a general ws.'rtiiientof Good*, suitable Silk Illusion. Fancy d t
jK'fhrip' pt-r-mi : IX wiV after tlato. I ill ti the lT.uiira-
tw! f..r the S;>ritrad. ?, to *it : (5ROCERIES. FLOUR, Silk Handkerchiefs.; Plain R.buwt. Jackonct Edging;
chain of rail J defined to traverse ils cowl.f have been confenc 1 ble.In l i-f I I'L.IKIV of ll.in.i t-'ii C'i int\ f.r
surface >
< and :

.run r
post on ; \\e -
I' th' dii.ist. S irK exrry Ihiiikiii iiriii, x\i.Jail DRY <:(>(X>S. HATS. Thread ds% Thread Lace Inset tiugs. Collars.
from East tn V*est, a\-l: frotii: Noiih to .''o-j'it', not that tli- results of his mission to niit that this vi1.l i n .1 onlv I lio the un.i.t / Ir innt.yj\ \ 1 h-tt-r" < f A'liiiiiiittratiiii iii the *-tate nf James b KTCH*Water. FANCY GOODS. SADDLERY. Glass Jaconett diu Sw>s UndersWvea! Cufl Bonnet Rib-

the' I Hagueill fully jtistily: the ai-lion of :ihe \\tf fir the afcst men: s tiM-fFi-ct :Ii? South. To the future thex: hopefully ;,! June 11. \\X'. 2:: Ct .MATILDA BELL
njijtc lui W- d*of hose Silk and Cotton Undershirts. Ac
I'residiiit t, ai.d realize tle: antii-ipations which The '-tu;>crlr.*m in eure in-rf'rmnl l ty the Ara t4rve tlKjca' flY n we anything 3rens hiilf: ,
to xindicate the xxi-dow o* their action.Tho 'lj iin p'lj'.Ki.iiiN, ; in llir liave been indulged in to the ben- rd.
as 'tiv
peculiar $30
McXAUGHT i ORMOXD.jpril23. 15
fift'l liv this clilirte >f I trratnifiit. nn I ih insrttli'-iLt* t April 16. 185.
; ; liail/mger a piintodin (fits toacciue tlieieftorn, nr.t only to this dir whi-h IL O. .KAUUEf.L'S AIIAHIAN LIMMSNTi I RAjTAXV'AY fnnn the Subscriber in 185S. 1tstore .
Spiritu.il ,
paper l country, hut to the woild at large. ei)nipi.w l, are ?xr.ictifr! ''!n rare plant* ] Georsri.1 the 29tbf I For Sale Cheap for Cash.

Rochester, New Yoik, and advocating 1 Mr.! Itebnont has been placed in his present pmi'iir' to Ara'na. Ttii* great LJiiiiiK-ut (\\hicli in > May. a ne 'o fellow about Ji\c* f- -J eight & Stock of Goods for sale.TIIK nOCKAWAY Carriages,

tlte Bplutual rapping mania, l.as the follou. pobi'.ion) mainly% xxith a xiew to promote a flow tub.-ha>l thmost rep Huhlilrujj istoaii'l in< r latches lug!h. an 1 weighs al hot one h'n-lr i ubcriltr has redueetl his stock of goods ton 14 Buggie,

ml., I of chtnti incv*rvritv in' tlie UiiiteilStatwi-)) ilvrn>i-t-- __yJ'4 and wti-ntv jtoundi' lie is copper 11-1 : : Hinount, he offer* bantiii to any otie who 3 Carrwlls.
specific object creat imnortance. x\hi )h iso lag ru-e which s(-uiu1 1 U-ymi 1 the p wr iniiiiriiif tO j I "red. liiw fpokrn. thiefc lips and heavy set. i wi lMtn puTvIm-e. He will cell the STORE and Saddles and Harness of all kinds '

In the txrc-lfih bour the glory of God, t.e! I t iihvT mole nr less than the success of the 'titr'.l-e! H>siinii1i| HI. )l.rniict/ni i.* HIM! !ivr iiijilaiiif! He will prolKibly 1 urna pas or pi-e. GOODS .'ii rt-a41.tIabte i ternis.and male the payment* Trunks, Valises and Carpet Bags. Carriage Trimmings -,

life of God, the LoiJ, of Cud, jhe !IIolv!_ p-o- iap-n vxpidition. His mnpithies! :i id l hisitiflnrnre in tliir firft 1-t.IL'*, ncrvoii* flhltIII4, iii.li:. c-tinit enit f.ir he writes- a p'-iin' round lund. inakinjr bi' h-tt rsdistinetJy. trv t-:i v. Thw is a p.xl opportunity f.>r anyone I of all kinds and all guods belonging to this busine

cedure shall crown tlie! Triune: Cieator uii!, cumbim to pout fun out as the <>f the sp't-tti. wrofiiioii* IniiiniK si"i p r. 'tf'c < I will gi"o:: w.ml f r hi' dvli ery tome w h"v Ii.hlk"tI) fjo '"' the bu-sine1*, fur the house i* s.
i.sofllicieiit! son to ur,-frefj'ifiitlv 4'urc 1. :.u 1 uI'z Iy/I ruic\id! bit at BainbriJije, or his confintivunt if> win' t.ife AMsrtllent one. and the stand a* go.l rn any other R Repairing done at snort notice.
the perfect, disclo illiiininati T't.i.' pel : c.ury
shall the Creator, in e.Tnlgi'iiw! ab:.ve the t. > the administration: i ami of the rountivinthia i verc: 1 pii.i-. i i H f.-w minutes ifr: it plK-.iti"ii.: it i 1S.13. 2.. -It< {.alrblile kind. He will (ntiiu.p to el! f'r this ontli,

vine seraphinnl, AT? I ittn; tic! dome of the i icspect. As the sn-i-iu-l-iw of Co.iitim- 'lb tIa in itatiI iu'rv. arid hr sItiee' I.t! nnd if Familie* quire nny article* lie Iia" fur sale Just Received,

disclosure ii one i-tnti'i.i'iiiMiMX'e: revjlx'irs lore Matthew I Perry, to xxbon the commindof fut ti.uiquiiity,: : ft" L'r.Lteft.l. t<. the ner\ou !n\.ii!
of Ie..tuics." the Japan: oxpi'dition i Ins I been confided: ,', 1'i.ii.i; ;.. l Irsji.t' t untiii.U. Ltiniore I I.r.it. rhilbl.iitf, ROVF.T4> & CO.. Xo. 4S1. Buouw.iv, NEW greatly to their interest to lay In a supply at the pri- I A fr ea-h bv S. S.KNIGHT.
galaxy supreme th) <-.ririti: -iu. su.s piin: <. -te., ett., arc sjK't.'ily) -in-d bv G &.eI. he kselliuj nt. JAMES Ii GAMBLE. 1S53." 18
tls.to> al 7.
he !i4 ,naturally: no .t xvarmly iiiteietted i ii: the Yor.1, w nl 1 cull the attention of > .atpireharc May
After copying the abuv*- pnrrgraph, the4 it. mi I fur nearly all iiilimiils in II.'rM' or catthic- April inh, 165:1. 14 :
!. k of f 7 t.ieri.ino
,etnltof ihat! 151. and to i tluir p1 hitI.I P'tt'4 J to < -
? inte.et
; ; MICI an i quiu.i; uii external ;i[>]ilic.ition. it la ;in cfl<:ctud reni- U'etled! ) I Just Received,
Cayuga Chief responds a* ill..xv : j whii-h I bey !l-s-l.! % C-ilili"t by any
l.e give radical direction ell Book Store.
can {Jh rf.ect ( \ other in tln-ntv. either !in: t'sli. (ini-h, "Then fchnll blockheads i.i the Jackassi- : in his p. i :on as I l.irted; States niiaiiterto : l Louk out far Counter ft it* tt-ri1il.l -\\okin-in hip. MPIJALS I ISrOC IM'ened :i' purchas.i the entius f trek .f the late A M.i v & S&3.. 18 & 8. KNIRHT. ,

cal dome of di-cl' ive proceilnre, above tit the court of that nation, whish! has foi Th< public nri' miitimifHl ; .nii'-t; ati'tht.rainter, by the AMERICAN INSTITUTE to thu. irr.lllintS : HAVIXO: Win. Wilson it C >., I nn prepared to -
all-fired great ;leather fung of IVferN'is- er.'iitnii: been the only one-out of AMI- fort, \\liiib ba< lutly 111:1 le i jt iij>p-aiainf, W. U. F.r- IIVLKKH i IN M'11 C&MOT. ?upplv all tI..o f vib<> 11111} fjv.'r iiicvhh their tu -t'i.in.nilli EAST -

ninny go, the tJojj.'b; ; rry (.Jiindi-r, iifte intu ] -.\ its! xxhieh Japan condescended: to bohlanxlhi'ig rt-HV Anibiaii Liiiiuu-ut. I lit- IU-M ilui: ir<>tH f nrrois) ,t \VA RRINEB. f.muriv -t reasonable: term'. I will keep on bund a constant -
ruuiiltrffitfui! e hi* having tin-name of Fnnvll, j late HH
the 'dome of die diM.-bt.tir'1. until! ro-t-qtzsli t li'-te connieiciil: EeIi ti'uS. I LOCATED AT JI1CAXOPY, FLOISTDA.
Vm.wn for FORTY the lato-t .imliiKKt popularw.'rk.
in:my will bin it in rtMkI| faitli. itlniut) tli1 knowlwl o I IUCOIS tSTODAKT.f.ro.-nbly Mipplvf
and co-extensive. nnJ eoni'lumratejl hit\: ; : On1nexv mini-lei i to the Hague ii a Gei-: that) n c niM< rfeit txi t hULl they will jH-rliajH oulv }cars in Piano ni.ikor. they would in\ire the I intciul.irr\iutr on ui.inij! iu all ts brauehc* asMmn B Y order of the board of Trustees, na election fofprincintil

os, in one co'iiprehensrve! : crjx, hha'l a> -iuiiLite man: by biith, but an American in politics, d'i c wpr their < rriirwhen the jiuriuui inixtuic Im* continunnee if! the f.nor of heir rri iidnnd' ru-ti :i. I can procure .1 \voikra.in.Apnl2 of this Institutii-n will take place at Al'Iigat"r. -
\ rouslit) it with this e.-rtaintv ofjjnin.rwju.il! Mti.f.ietion.For IsiS. 13 JOHN MeDOUf.ALL. .lumbia! County. E. Fin, Thursday; tl'e18th
\ cil t-ITrct
into nothing: and: revolve lilte! a iM'itaiU-d r.i: fciliiig, aid: Sa l.ijsoci.il: connexions.* Heh.v nier* Prtstms in making
I Tlie :;'i.IiIit.!! tirtic'.e i* ninmifiirtnnd bII.. (". the S'lHlheni "nnirlet ne arc makingilh I uf August next.
i only
pussycat after tie! Kjmre xrhero the t-iil xva ; )been a Kiideut of this country for thepist F.ii rcH. MI'.O infuNir and proprietor; mid" \\ l'm! .<.d r DOUBLE IRON RAMES aid IX-tr.clu'd Ca cpcculinrlv Everything Necessary and Uscfil.I will addre Jhe Rw. C. M. Hendry. tt Mknopy.'LFlu.

Can the llarliin;er understaud our spiritual sixteen \eais, and xvith his wie ami driggt.! X... 17 M.iiu strcft, 1'wiria. Illinoist' ulioin ii.lat.l to tie rliwat-. I SEEMS the- -nUr of the d.iy to adverti-e what .. 'r iiiyelf at Madison, Madi-KHi County Pa.-

mamfeatations !*1 tu'iy! American: bv binh, and xxith all his all upplic.iti.ms: f.>r A. ciicifiiiiiii-t U-uildrfsmuL lie! i Juno 11. 1855. '_ 23MiddleCircult Sni IT. hits for :ll I Wlj1.t" try t., enumerate all t-r None need i apply but such as can give relerenoes sod

i inteestacenceitratedin: this republic, be uic vim ret il with th httis H. <;. In-fore FarrrllXihu4 half but *>muf the Ica-hi. uriiclts, like tebtinuiuia.I-* to cxperietiec and qualifiertk from -
maynnxv I The School will shunt-
SkVLcafl AM, PEXSACOIA HAIL ROAD.T -II. O. FAIIRELL'S anJ hi-> signature, ou the of Florida.Jaco& Ba.iii. IVk. Lurd. Ik-ef. Duttrr, Clieese.Mullet. recornmenditbte :>urxt8. open
ba de be i is .
tegarded as dejiin, aof i irjtjeI the first of November nest. -
>. Montgomery wraptHr. S.ld bv LEWIS i- AMES nikl bv wuLirly L Croner To Fall Term, 1853. By Attacbs. Mackerel. C.H! ri>n. Molasses, Syrup, -
Adcr'hrr )
\Ve ) 1LKHOWflENP.B.1
: tho United States. He is
says a in.ti3f ; : ;
aiithuiizitl Pickles. Candies
n eiit" throu lKnit the Uiuted'rftati-. ment. Amount sworn to, 2SOL. Flour,Sardme.
learn from Chas. T. Pt IL .id.% rrcsMer.l of high probity, talent, and ability! ; and sbe t: I'rii-e 25 iiti'I 1 50 ceiitu', nn.l | per bottle. T. Nickerson.\ J i- 68. Daiungi*. *4G2 00. Porter, Alt. Ciller. Wines, Liquors, &c.Sui.ar. May 7. 1833. 18 at. -

Montgomery nnd West IN.hit Uuilrnad, who purposes nbindiiug his commercial bn- AGENTS WANTED in rv-v tow-village an iness in New Yoik and his ) in the Unite.! Stater, in'vhipli one i.< not al- of the 'rbteco, Srgnrs.
devoting attcn- roinuieirement tbeCte rmefMflbT?
hu returned from nxMnr.a'i that i L are hereby notifIed of LL indebted t<)
t'e Goods
just rcaily cstabliMi.Hl. A4lrt-s l 11. (J. Fan ell a nbore, p.>n-stk' ami Fancy Dry A persons
i tion excluHvely to di1iliiiey, his fi i iends luixvj flClflflaIIiCtI xxith nbwe uit, anti reqxiired to appear r.t the next 'erui Brokaw are Trqo et tl to eaU and seWs 'without.ticlay .
and .
taken in that in Kail- good rvferruce as to character, res- Shoes Clothing
action to
trJty regaid
a A. D. 185a.) b
CMobtfr. be U
IJindarof the dainm must pot rat ef-
ontMonu'ay.tlie otherwise
j every conGdence that ho will discharge the poribiIity, ic.l..y ( of hart!. Pot, Wood and Stone Ware, ;
road connection direct to I'cu&acola! bhculd I .> *' |;" ""titiibted to him ii: fuch! a manner aso.i'd : 21.! I 1M3. 20 41 (>f (he Circuit Court for th Le-n. derlnraiion isintV.: filed in l the therein.State Paints. OiL and Ship Stores, feet "a settlement with the Estate of Jacob Miller.P.B.BROKAW .
Floridaaud plead to
not discourage tlwfiieiMls itf ouriond to Pincacola. ;l bvjt pom.ite the interests of the country, WALKER A GWYKN.AttyV Furniture, Matras'ies, do, Sunirizg Parlntf.
Plirvx". Com Shell*.rs. Straw Cutt*n '
It should .lhcr fcimdac: us t<. reflect honor awl credit on himself.V SHIP HEWS. for PhiintiftJune Grain Cradfcp, Corn MilK In n Nails, MaT 8..1863._18_-ton_ .
\ 0 believe those anticipations xxill not be PORT OF ST MARKS. 11, 1S3. 23 Srn and Planta .
greater czsition and zeal to push the mid falsified." .. -- Black Smith's. Cooper"* Carpenter's Wanted ; '-i'

ARRIVED, --1120- Acres of First Rate Land. hun T.ok. LIKELY Boy alai WOT 18 jfimoT egei* .
through at the very'earliest day practicable June I.J.. O. AndiTion, Delano, New York, situX In ibf'rt. almost anything jtu may call for can be Jtwhicb A Cur Ql be 'k
FOR a price paid. :
a Candidate -gg ft f\ found at "
That action enterprise thr CLEA RED. .
secures for our Florida. MX nnda t D.E.HUIi.
We ate antljotizeil! to say that through the June C_cchr. Chip-da, O'Leary, New Orleans? 1. <- ated in Leon County. the l 1.eit Port, May 14, 1853. 19 IB -
immediate and liberal aid of Charlcn' n.At .- half miles orth of Thitatuipife.! in one of MayZI8U1.- f, : '
urgent solicitation of his l'iemb
H m letsore time shortly we tle&ign ticatlnB L. SKWABD has consented to nlluw his name MAEEIEB.In IoiCtn aii4 Cute L.idee cec "iii JvuntaeIr -

the subject In r-vtc'zo. to be used as a Candidate for Congress fron. Stod F14 aitl &I 'AeT any othc.plAuta!ion in 2OOA. 1 X OU J A CASKS fwh'LirwvmSM.mf9ix: GiSrOStL: w ls -
New York city.'oa the 2Ctb ifMay, by the Iiy I noni to .elt anti will certainly t'ellat May 14.1883. 19 by kNAUOU'1
am Port.
State. New *
the first the
Congressional District. We Newport April 30.7853. "11% \
2 wotit quarrel -
presume Reiibeno at the new Attorney Mr. N. C11 aid elanirne: w
mare Rtcerk:.-The fllowiag an-' there will bo MO District Dr. Synagogue. a IJUW" HALL '
Convention ROBERT IL and Carriages.O "
*)ooncemtntln S. GOODMAN of Cvntrcville, Florida, to Miss ERN- atjiiut tbC T'TWC. Buggies Jamaica Cotto 5 eed.
the Cliai!lesion: Courier, xriliho belli by the friends of General Pierce's Ad .Tuns'4,853. if nnnd a fine assortment of Buj0ies -
TEUCI1TWANGER of STANTLY oo FETV ifa fine icj IIongst pWCntt *iSeedri.
STINE Germany. A bags
r to the world that the Keveiies of a minhlr.ii! < n ; this conclusion, upon the part Covered Carriages, S-4 which are sol.I very for sale. The quality of Utt Cotton can be -seea

Bachelor" are ti over: of the people, has induced Col. SEWARD to.Vr.imo In Ncvpurt oa tbo 1st of June, by tho: Rev. R.McKendry Dry Goods. low by"' D. LADD.All at cu-ftorc in NcwyorL -

Miizrzb a Candidate. Thomascillc Watchmar. Tydings Col J. VAIL and'Miss HENRI. jsT mdred /. O. AKDERSON. orders fur Baggies and Carriage executed on ..:Mec4zuri. OELO5fl'
on 'I'eM1iv ,
Twi led flagging
evLun, J Printed-LnwiS, abort ant iee. AptJl SO. 1S58. 1t--
June 'liii.OWSF1S'ie41. ETTA A. GROOMS, of Newport. FlwiJa. yerrpflrt.
tbe | Paul f Shi'rtina. -
fcj WYa Tr,4er ILriih DO SwiM Muslin. Port, May 14.1SS3. 10Hirad
f' MITCHELL. rUaiw Ueii On Tuesday the 31st of May. in Leon County, Fla, Checkered.Cnrnbri,, SUiped OSnHburs, -
lo MARY nn Bnglishmnnvillgive Rev. R. II Mr' JOHN W. HERRING Berlin Cow. for Boiractf. Pl. a *. femith'a Flour.S3LS .
F. d pgbtor of W.M. B. by Luckey. zoY&inioi'j ) .
rMntfr. te. ;
Of lie
tifo dty. up malt liquor U'will lie when gives upfireaihing Bud MM* LUCY. MILLS. L.ee MUoq&& Netting. C4itctalu, ;& co. 1 t\ Hiram Smith' Family Flour juvtre-
M ; in other word, when !be cuts 'j IeU GEO. W, SCOTT hU eeived. UERRY & ,t2p
Hello roister; Laro yoj got On the Idkwuokie Lake, on tttt lit of June the 'SNthi -
nnvto'teltr ruin will Lo when be',takes Iu U birr. by -Jtine4, 1B6t. May 7.l$ *. js _
"!;Jo. \Vbjdo you aekKcaut Be. flc. L 0. Aesy. Mr.JOL C. BLAKE aod Miss _- *

1999 y'o* baverry face." It "w-as .a waxioi pf .Ceo.- JT rk on''a :-I LAURA, dunghter oTCoL Willum Q. Pariab, ofTiBy B oxe j r..tv. at : P_ ,
d for J W
Co's.Jms4,1$53i tff tfc bert of M. MM,
fi imtit tlM best deliberate but when UM time L'1mL- 'oaaw.. 8OO1T.' SOME -uiouL 1? -
policy.L 'Take tiovj to ; .44 .4 -- : l. 1SU. -a 8.XZUOT

fora tiot wrire, atop thinking.* U* Err. Thomas 5. Gardner, 'Mniay r. -

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t 1-: IDr.R G $ .oaAn OF .- t '_ COTTON, GINS. Dealers in Drugs NERVE AND'BONZ *
For tAi .pr.t ewvY oj, ciAc; CcJ4-, Is.flsieiizc, PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO TOE Cossnrr- & IITIJRsARE Medicines 0.-
:, IlU'B *i", SpilliNg of Blood and all rTBE: undersigned having made'still further bvJ. inform their friends MId the public that '
; TIOX OF SAID STATE, now receiving and have on WOULD AwTPOiMMlC
vtker Lf Ovplaii* ttudtng! to Contutnptiott.Uok : ad their, 'Fall supply of pvementsi.detcrniinednoitobeezeel1ehy i on band a good assortment of such HEAL ALL Oil.A .
the sixth General Assembly.No. any .aetoryin Georgia, in making fine .cotton gins articles their line
4 Adopted as are generally kept MS of bosinees -
i which -
iU UBptraltllcd Snctca! GOODS, to they would re-
,t. at [ 1.] 'of the that cannot be excelled in their performance and ,d if-- and will be receiving regularly fi *h supplies. Their SURE CURE fOR. CONSUMPTION.QM .
call the attention public '
'i: above dutinguished CObOl! MEDICINE U the Fourteenth and pcctfully : rabflirv.Uis'factorv. terms shall be reasonable.TaUabaMee .
and amend
:'i THE all before it in Lung Complaint -In AN Tweuty-Tlurd ACT to alter Clauses ofjtbe Third' Article, and the Gold- Hunting N 'Levers I'I by. Tobias E. D. Johnson is in the midst of one of the best cotton April 9th. 185S. 14 THE of thi Mtoimdinf Liniment liaa b** ...

all aectieos of the country U is cumtantlv performing Thirteeth and Sixteenth Clauses of the Fifth ArtIcle M u Josh. Jobmon.Gflntlemen'l growing regions in the world. He intends his gins to with unparalleled sacceaa ia all dieordUi

f E: t cures which astonish even Phrsicians tl.emse1vea.- of the Constitution of this State. Gold Levers how by tbeir performance for' themselves and are Notice. of:Man or Hone. .
,\ Look at the high character and standing of the names Open Dial warranted t*> perform in the best manner wjth good I shall Fr JsfatiIt speeday core RUnmatinn.Scrofola. ft-;
months from this date to the
and House apply
Jul which roach for its unrivalled healing power. H. SSCTIOX 1. Be it enacted by the Smote Ladies Gold Hunting Levers,by AmoldDam&Co. gearing and attention. Gin repairing done at snort SIX Bona BeaUa 'Tetter, 8Dd.llv".
Flond snGeserd. II Judge of Probate fur Washington, County
t : ", in the Medical College at Rryrrtentalivet of the State of : Cooper dt Co notice aod in the beat possible manner. win Cats IVwes
I Cox M. D, laU Professor -J" *. fOr a final discharge as Executor of the estate of John Swellings, Risings Sprains ,
of all descriptions ,
I .4 Cincinnati-i J. Rklir4.' 1t D. Ur.4i4. .;4IITUb1I1iflIfe snffiuti&i ofthill Stari be Silver Hunting Levers ,*. ; Orders for Gins thankfully received and promptly "Ferguson late of said County deceased. Uleers Sealdbead Sere Throat. SaBratkw from .
I .,' J-.I"\Jfi ADterOll'ineinnah; R. 8.Newton, M. D, so altered and amended as to read as follow: *There Silver Hunting Anchors. b\. ._ attended to. :H. Win deliver them free of charge at JAMES M. LONG Executor. envy. Sore Ifootb VeanJgiav PflesvOroood. Itch, .

; 4' Vrofeaeor in the Medical College at Memphis, Tcnn.; shall be a Secretary'of State elected by the qualified Watches, and Marble Mantle lupines Clock *fld'OOLfl1OQ'. tbe residence of the purchaser at his farm or boat Washington March 5, 1863. *9 6m E a beovdisfciii.bitatW- Iw...i .-
,.' John A.CoUiaa, EM, Proprietor of the Temperance tot of this State on the first Monday iu October, in loading or rail road depot when convenient County toppiog H with wool or cotton
.i Organ and Oenetal Agent of the Grand1 Division of ,thee 185 who shall continue in office during the JEWELRY.s : Below are a few certificates out of a large number tie breast with tke liniment sad admiwstmgra

1 '1':. the Sons 'of.Teufferancf of Ohio; Wm. H. Leviton 'term of years; a be hall keep a fair registerof Fine Gold Cliataliin Chains, Bracelets, fine Coral that could be exhibited if necessary, from Planters of Oil Stones. .poooful intemaQ j, with a little sugar,-it is wed b
i. { Jfcq, Editor of the U. S. Military end Naval Argus the official acts ad proceeding of the Gver Pearl and Gold) Bosoni Pins Ear Rings Cuff Vin-s undoubted vera -ty. JUST received a lot of the finest Oil Stone from toe: same way for coughs eoUa, Asthma, Piwtna

: t ;. at N. Y.; Thomas C. Faulder, KVq, of Albany ; Rev. and shall, rhen required, lay the same, paper Cuff Buttons, and Finger Rings; Gentlemen's Cold The undersigned is a Southern man born and raised Hot Spring, Arkansas which are superior to Phthuie, Bronebitw, Consumption, and Pleurisy. .
t <* H. Wweman, Rev. R. Hoyt N.Y.City; and 1te could *, minute and vouchers relative therot before Fob Vest and Guard Chains Seals Buckles. Mid in our g'orious! Georgia, and has not a Northern the TuqfcUh or any other iu use. For sale by blurS cure of consumption UM a small table ,

I +. name hundreds. aye thousand of other who testify the Geutr'AsmL1,. and shall au. other Keys. Gold Thimbles Gold Pen and Pencil Caws, I man in his employ. J. H. WATSON. February 26, 18531! 8 s. .KNIGHT.. : 4 or 6 times a day and keep the breast well anointed sper

t from personal experience that it has cured them and may be required of him by law: Prolicd Tooth Picks, Gold Pen, Gold and Silver Spectacle 'February 5, 186S.CEKTLWCATSS.. with it. Pain of any kind cannot exist after this JinJ.
:' their friends in some case after all other remedies That the-term of office oC the Secretary of Double Eyed Silver Spectacles, Silver and Pearl 500 Ounces Sulphate Quinine-Fair's. ment has time to produce its effect. TbU liniment

t 't' had faQed. Such men never make such statement, elected under this amended Constitution, shall nol Card Cues Silver and Inlaid Porte Moruiics, Boquet v i K have just received the above lot of Quinine has completely triumphed over all LinimeuU and

;, unless convinced of their truth beyond the pouibility commence until the ten!office of the officer now I Holders Fans, Papier Neacbe Desks Port Folios and I hereby certify that I have had in operation one v hich we offer to dealers and consumers at a Pain killers and Extractors extant; and w a PDArtt'
t ; of a doubt. Read! a few of the letters. elected shall expire Albums, Flower Vases, Tea Trays Girandoles, Faror rf Mr. Watson' saw gins two years, and believe thorn educed pice. A* a pure and reliable article this i tion used by the Doctors in their practice. c'-

1 Extract from a letter from F. M. Cory to H. L. SEC. 2. Be it further enacted, That the twentv- and Passage Lamps Globes and Chimneys, }'ca- fee best gins used in Gadsden Co, Fa.: Quinine is equal if not superior, to any in the world. trial of its virtue will satisfy any person ofj ill
t } Stewart, Esq No. 137 Second street. New York. third Clause of the third Article of the Constitution of her Clusters, Table Mat, docket Compassow Sur- Nov. 26, 852. DAVID L WHITE, M. D. Also on.bawl a great variety of Foreign and American I ority and value. -

't Sr-ABTA June 30, 1849. this State be &altered and amended A t read as veyorb' Chains one Field Compass House Tea and Chemicals, Drugs Medicines tc. For Me Uone. -It instantly core, jSmtd
p t Dear Friend Stewart I have been home now just follows, viz: A State Treasurer nnd Comptroller of Hand Bella. BrRu Cor.vrr Go Jan. 14, 1858. February 191853. 7 LEWIS 4 AMES. Chafes Cuts Wounds, Splint,Spa..8.,B*<,

two month When I last aw you, I bid but little Public Accounts shl be elected by the qualified e SILVER AND PLATED WARE. i This is to certify that I have in use on my plantations Sprains, Film of the eye. Whirlb ne of avjr Joint
I : .hope of ever getting any better. But I have now ectors of this Stte the first )Monday in Octobr in Silver Table Dessert, and Tea Spoons Butter r in Baker county; two cotton gins mode by CoL J. Medicines. Distemper Stifniess or Spurn,, Lockjaw.Kg fShodW

4' tbe pleasure of thanking you for recommending met the year 185 and every two years I \ni\es and Silver Cups, Plated Tea :f'tl'. Baskets( IL Watson of Palmyra Geo, that perform in good JUST received Quinine Cinchonine Epsom Salt, dcr. Big Head Foot Evil Naval Galls Snake bites,

to take Dr. Rogers' Syrup of Liverwort Tar and Can. SEe 3 further enltcd That the I thirteenth: Castors, Urns, Fruit Stands. Waitcrc. Butter Du-hi* I btyle, in every particular. Soda Castor Oil ic., for sale low bv or the sting of any thing. '

'. chalagua. I got a dozen bottle of it and took home Clause of the fifth Cons'i I ui ion of this and Candle Sticks, Silver Plated Fork, Table, De* WRIGHT MURPHEY. February 12. 1858. 6 MANLEY.. DlREC'l'IOS8.Marr.First rub wn the
4 with me, determined to make a fair trial of it, as I S'atebe 1 altered and amended as to read a Col.i !. sent and Tea Spoons. I part affected with the liniment from 2 to ft tImes s
had Awe) with every thing else! I have only taken i OWB. six: The Clerk of the Supreme Court and the Fine Double Barrelled Gun, Shot Pouches stud I LKE COUSTT Ga, Jan. 15, 1853. Notice nay, keeping a woolen cover over it. In nicer and

i I. :: four bottles of it, and I must say it ha done me more I Clerks of the c.us of Chancery shall! be elected by Powder Flask. English! Caw[ Gun Wads Cleaning I This is to rcrtffr that I haveoverseed for Cot Wm. months after date the undersigned Executor burns, use a lint cover. For Salivation rub the parts

I. good than any other medicine I have ever taken. On be qualified elec'ors! of this State: on the first Monday Rods, line Table utlery, with or without Fork, Carvers Jknl'lI the pant yeaiand l that I used a cotton gin SIX the estate of James A. Frederick deceased affected. For pile and IIOR'JH., of course the liniment

my first taking it, it increased the expectoration, and in October: in the year 1856, and every four fine pok' Cutlery of all JC8Cr Jtiuus.) fine I manufactured by\ Col. J. H. Watson of Palmyra, late of Leon County. will to the Honorable, is applied without the cover,and in snake bun

I raised a great deal i 4 bloody matter from my lungs. years thereafter, and the Clerks of the Circuit Courts Scissors and Shears Wailking Canes, Acocrduias.Flutes I I which ]IKrflf'rMfl l to my entire satisfaction making Judge of Probate of said Count apply for final give freely internally. ,
..1 But that ha now ceased,and so has my cough nearly. shall be elected by the qualified electors, in such Violen. Violen Bows. Viok-n and Guitar I. good! spied; and! fine sample without any knapping. said estate and 'Will exhibit a his final dischargefrom account far Iht JIor e.-Rub'well S ft ft tSm* a day,the

;J :J cough but little now and expect'oon to be entirely manner' as is now or may b prescribed b). String, Razors. Razor Stn'p->. Lubin's Extnu'ts, Ci>- averaging three bales per day. W. W.ADAMS. and voucher, of which all interested will take due affected part .witltout cover except in spavin cuts or
fiee from it. I consider it an invaluable sncdicine, aw. I ,,1'gne. avender.. Brown Windsor) and Yankee Sharing notice. ISRAEL BEARD, Executor. : wound. For Distemper rub the forehead, and injttt
and shall recommend it to au 11 who afflicted with 4. Be it further enacted. That the into the nostril.Manufactured .
are a SEe fi"'eenlh. Soap October So, 1S.V2. 43 BIKEP.: COUNTY Ga, Jan 18, 183S.Tlii December 18, 18r,2. sONotice. 6m*'
I ., Cough wDiieawd Lungs. Clause of lEe fifth Article of the Constitution of I by I.T.Henderson for R.JUXOY.I .
thi CfOrtifthHt I have in
I. use of J. ILats'.ii'si'at
:, ft e State be, and the Mine is hereby so altered nd amended A. H. WILSON may one I Price 60 cent. Furmtrvillr, .
glue:with whk-h I am well pleased and ,
I 1 I
I let a who had the and to read a* There shall DILL d MARSHALL Fort Ga nt'l. Ceo
young lady Consumption a fulowlI"iz': an Depot
b Wholesale and Retail Druggist take pleasure! in recommending them to planters in months after date. I shall present my account
bad bled a good deal from the Lungs, and doctored Attnt General for who shall a' SIX for the States of Georgia, Alabama and Florida. K.
H..utl"-W estelO .Jew.: as being equal to any made in vouchers to the HOP. Judge of Probate for
.. everal month with our Physician but grew worse. : scat of Government; it (hal be his duty to attend jt A'KWPORT, Fl.."., the State. M. C./BALL Madison County, as Administrator of the estate of BARNARD.Tallahassee; JOHN JORDAN.Quhxy;

I. *. bare one bottle of It. and it cured her. It acted almost all sessions of the Gen.rl Assembly, and upon T AS just received a large and complete as 'rt- James AltiriUon.; deceased and ask fur a dischargefrom HINDS 4 DICKINSON Baiulridge ; ABELL Js.
miraculously in her case. I the passage of any act lo draft nnd submit to the ii GRIFFIN Apalachieola.TESTIMONIALS.. .
of Chemical
4 mciit Drugs, {' Justrument*, BAKER COI-NTT Ga. Jan. 21, 1853. said Administration.WILLIAMT.ALBRITTON..
I Your sincere friend F. M. CORY. I General Assembly: at the same session, all necessary Apothccjirice' GlbM Ware, Oils 1'aiuts and Window AdmV.County .
Tiisinto i that I lia\e ovtrseed
form proceeding under such laws, which -when certify fur B. O.
J. c; G In.-s. falli.on February 17, ISr,3. 7 6ra Union Paris? La Oct'
20 1850.
Keaton the la.-t tLree and used of J. ,
piwt cue
shall be
at the Cnrtd approved, published therewith, and lie shall I years
Bleeding Lungs Also. a large stock of PERFUMERY.. a! DEAE Six I testimonial
such other duties as be prescribed by H. kt..n' 50 saw gm!. made at Palmyra which ,- am greatly opposed to giving
*1 & SEE HOW PROM1TLY IT ACTS JH law ptrfonn; he shall l be elected! by the may qualified electors of] and German Pomades C..I"j.'TIc ; French do; ExtractHsir Oils has -rf"rmed to lily entire tati"faction, and H dura Notice.A : in cores said to be prknned by patent medicines -
with of
Statement of Mr. A. Lang, Baker. No. 38S Pearl ; together a complete stock llelaltill"cll.. HENUY BATEMAX. : but m the case of Mr. Bc.t'man.1'00 used
this S'ft'e en the fist Monday of October in the A person, creditor. and 1'gfttepl entitled ts>dis-
.' street,N.Y.-A lew day before List Christmas, I was year 1856, and every four years thereafter, but may FANCY GOODS /x tnbution or otherwise interotwl iu the estate of I*t your Nerve and Boee Liniment on a long standing ulceroc -

taken unwell and soon commenced bleeding freely at be removed by the Governor on the address of two- Together with a splendid assortment of LEE CofXTT Jan. 1 8, 853. George W. Standlry,late fJr J3i.-ronCout.tyFWvla, sore Ug. I am compelled in common honesty,

the Longs. I called in a Homcppathic Pbvsician.buthi thirds! the two House of the General Assembly, CONFECTIONERIES This is to cl'rtiftlmt I have overseed for CoL Jos. deceased, are hereby notified to exhibit their claim to male attestation to the merits of inch an invaluable
t 4. medicine did not teem to help me. 1 read your and shall receive i for his service a compensation to be NUTS, etc., etc. Bond the two past i year and have used on hw farms and demands within two years from this date t/> tie mcdleie. I am the nose anxious to'do this as the _

advertisement, and thought would try Dr. Rogers' fixed by law: Provid-d, That the term of office of All of vhiih will be sold to Phteitiam! and Planers font wt.rin gii I" of nxty saws each, manufactured by a:1lI1 rjoaflcJ, (r the same will \\m l"irrel; aid all JKT- p 1t1 was.s. patient of bat va. and." jweviouely toy
'Lo 8yrup of Liverwort Tar and Canchalagua. Before Ibad ibe Attorney General to be elected under this amended at the lowest pric. 8. Dnipgf-t. and Merchants CV)L J. II. WatM-n, of Palmyra whi':h have performed fIns indebted} t. haul! dceru!. are rqn.ed toouike tarag vcr justly named "L ral all on his leg.he had

taken up the third bottle my bleeding had stop Constitution hail not commence until the term will be furnished at a email l advance ou New YorK t. uiy entire eaticfaction ; they make a fine sample, immediate payicmt to my autl 'rized Arept and At ubed ail miiriics usually adopted in such rases. In

-'. ped. my Cough was gone and I felt well a* u_ualWy of office of the officer now elected shall expire. cost. gin very fait and are durable and last well.JAMES troeWilliam Budd. at Moutirello who I f-Ey c.a- abort time after using yotar fcynent he was perfect-
: health i i. I consider it excellent Received per brig Sampson, nil nfDr.LMf'* Fam- IT tAd jnuxtitlv cur. Hi leg is now as touod
now good. a most SEC. :. Be-it fill ttr enacted That said elections CHEEK. th jrized by me to bt-ttle: the said etUte. I .
t -/_Medicines.. Also. I*.S.C n1otJ>k'i celebrated Medicines ever It 'u. Yr &r. B. B. WEST.. >.
and remmmend it
medicine cordially to my hill> be conducted and the returns thereof iur.de in O JANE STANDLEY, Ad:"x, .
friend. [[This statement w U made to the proprietor -I the manner now prescribed or which may hereafter ; with a complete assortment of all t the most MACOS, f'.2LJan.24, 18,4.This Jefferson County, April 'i, 1SSS. 14 :ri' r' TO TIlE PUBLIC.Ftrnjervine .

March :. 1850.] be prescribed! bv law, for the election of member to article popular found Medicines in of Ihp Stores age.in the Ic fnct ailmrt) every !" to certify that I have in use upon my plan Uniw Ppriih. L*. March U. 185!.

Congress from tins Sate: ; and it shall l be the duty 01: Drug Southern States. talions iu Lee and< BaLer Counties six cotton gins ff: MONROE HOUSE the Editors t-f the StY Orleans Delta:
23 1853.
.' fel, 1 CIRCULARS Ac the Governor to issue commissions, nnder the wal o;( _April._, _. ----16 sixty saws each, made by Co! J. H. Watson of Pal- Gentlemen-We wish through your valuable jocrnal .
A* no ordinary sized advertisement) can fully explain the Sate: to the pot son* receding the highest number RECEIVED ",.cukc--,"-.Chirwla/aud invra. Ga., with which I am well pleased and conoid TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA- !, to express to the public voluntarily our sense *f

,. the nature aud merit of tins article the proprietor I. of vote for the taid several offices.Sirm JUST ".. L Day per," from New Orleans cr'them t-iiual tn any gins made in Georgia in every P. MOORE respectfully inf-nng t1"! the value of one of the greatest dtoCovenV (.f the age,

have published a new Circular, giving the bi .tory GENERAL A@ni .-Passed .the House of 40,000 Ibs. Sides, Shoulders and Hams, refill i take pleasure in recommending tlu-m to mtELI; : that he has l leased, fr a term vf ,;Iz : DIC I.T. HENDERSON'S.Vmr and Bone

of this Medicine; tbe description, nature, :. f iwnrincip&l Representatives by the Constitutional majoriiv, January 75 bbls. Superfine Flour planter m SouthWestern Georgia and Flonda.Col. the building on Monroe Street. *\>\\f'. Liniment lien all, and Pulwt Oil.i .
ingredients; the effect they are designed to 3. 1853.: Posed the Senate by the Cuustitutioual 30" Extra Family Watson it a Southern man. Lorn and raised ill; site the I'hrmix block, and will thoroughly refit it for i e.1tLou"be are not advocates 6f the L"t of patent -

4 have upon the Lungs and Liver and a copious reference majority, January 6, 1 S:3. 125 Mess Pork our midbt, and has uo Northern interest a Public Hous<% to be opcneil on the lit December [, quack medicines which now flood the CtJtry.we

to the persons who have been cured by it-giving 25" Re Boiled Syrup JOSEPH BOND. uext All the furniture of every description in thi hint it but an act of sheer justice to the inventor and

I their name and residences even to the itreet and OFFICE SECRETARY of STATE, ) :0" Whiskey. CetaUUbmeut will be nand it will be furnished of use to the public to cheerfully and voluntarily.

the number. Those wbo are troubled with a Cough Capitol Tallahattec Mufth 28, 1853. f fI. 10" Clarified Brown Sugar, Lrr COVNTT Ga. Jan. 21, 1853. comfortably and elegantly. The table shall be as from our own personal knowledge of the above medicine. -

or whose Lung'* a-e in the lea't affected, are earnestly CHARLES W. DOWNING, Secretary of S'atc for 2 boxes Lemons, This i is to certify that I oversced for CVL JI'Ecph well supplied as is possible in this section atwl it l ii [and which have been attested by numerous ver-
desired to call upon the Agents named blow and his intention, in all respect to provide a convenient table witnesaes.J] to say *that used intrmaEy. it is me
the: State of Florida do hereby certify the forgoing 2 Buffalo Tongues, F of these It be had and comfortable hou.e of entertainment. Lest meJicics fur disetses of the lungs and
of the
one pamphlet can
prueure gratis tQ: be a true and correct copy of the original l on file 1 0 Tierces Lard County, and uwd one of J. II.at.ou'* saw gins, and
and will well Tallahassee, Nov. 13, 1852. 45 tf observation know it is the best remedy ex-
repay a perusaL from tong
5 Cured have hesitation
in I this t SCO VI L .
In T'ptimoo'Y1J..rer.f ALSO it
I have hereunto affixed ever used makes a fin sample of cott..n-a'.crag-
111 Chartres street, New Orleans, tny signature and tha Great Seal of the A few bores of the same SpaiUing r.itavha.IIKKRY lug four hale* l per day with ease and is durable. I AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO. hose diseases for which it is advertised.Dr. .

Wholesale General Agent for the Southern States, 7T Stae! of Florida. Done at the Capitol' in the A KOWLKS. have used fceveral of l his gins brft.re, and always had under-igned, Agent of the above' Company. M. D. Maycs testimonial will .farther convince
I to whom all order must be addrenKcd. Alto sold by 2 City of Tallahasee, on Monday, the 28th day April l 30, 1853. J7 tf them to perform to mv entir- f'atj facti..n. THE receive flpplicatinns for and make insurance any one of its a superioritY} in the cure Consumption--
_. _. .. .
Lewis & Ames. Nib! JL Co, E. Barnard Jr, Tallahassee March __ T. 3L HAND. Sheriff, C.T. BARTON. Clerk
of A. D. 1853, and IInent v- c\ A. IL Wilson Newjxirt Samuel Puleston of'the Middle Circuirt of Florida. R ELLIS. Recorder, S. C. DAVIS Assessor,
of the United
Independence Statesof Furniture :.
t Monticello John P. Jordan k Co, Quincy, William year I :. M. BRYA N. W. CULVERHOUSE.).I.
America. IN GADSDEX CIRCUIT COURT. LEK CorxTT Ga, Dec. 25, IS5 Januan-, 1 853. 4 B. C. LEWIS. P.HUTUXANCE. AM.St. .
I Rogers ChatUnoochie. Ualtrell t Dick: Marianna J.W.HUTHNANCE. IL .',
a W. 8. Bell t Co, Bainbridgc, Ga, E. Seixas Thomasville C. VT. DOWNING. John G. Gunii, 1 To Spring Term, iwa. At This is to ctt fy that I have overseed for Thomas Engineer.
t_ Ga.February. Secretary of Stale. <'*. r tachmcut Amount SWO/D to H. M"iiifhorJ M|reseiH year, and tise.l two gins <-n Notice.IX BRY. D. PAYNE,
1 r 26, 1853. 8 4me w April 2,1853.. 13 6m Daniel Mashburn ) \123 C5. his farm niaqBm-. H. Watsu of Palmyra, which months after date, I shall present my final acO February 19. 1853. 7 1-

dI. CARMIOHEAL & OSOOOD'S Middle Circuit of Honda-Gadsdcn Circuit Oucrt performed equal to any gins IJiate ever eeu or used count and vouchers to the Honorable Judge of
I Trunks &c. they gin fast and make good lint. Probate for Jefferson County Administrator (in be- DR. I. T. HENDEELSOH,
Carpet Bags, DREDGING MACHINE. William Rogers ) To Spring, Terrn lb.13.: Alt' .
t V tofhmciit PRYOR ROBY. half of my wife, Harriet L/GirarJelu.) of Henry G. the mort successful scientific practitioner *f
e GOOD assortment of Trunk .AnuulIt"orn to
A and Valice Also Travelling few desirable, CarpetBag THE undersigned have been appointed the Agents Daniel Mashburn. ) \68 48. Wirt, late of said county. deceased and ask for a"discharge I NOW. western country for the core of anY kind or
*, a very the owners of this invention and would recommend ALBXT, Jan. 23, 1853. from said Administration. character of Chronic diseases, to wit: Cancer. Scrofula -
j i Travelling Trunks for Ladies use, do Bonnet Trunks defendant and all jtersons interested. re here This i is to certify that I have in
Nr it to Contractors Companies, or individuids THE use ou my plantation WILLIAM O. GIRARDEAU. Serrioua Ulceration, Pulypu and Cuta-
on baud and will be sold low notified of the institution Fungus
by who are about doing work of the following description, of the IIbr.a.1."ttctl in this County a t-ixty saw gin manufactured bvCoL Jefferson county. April 23, 4853. 16 6m aneous eruptions of any portion of the body togeth-
; w. T. MITCHELL and of the of writs of
causes issuing attaduiient
., viz: J. II Watson Palmyra, which I consider equalto 1 with all of Chronic Diseases or General Dsilitv -
I April 16, 1853. 15 and are hereby notified to appear and plead to the made ic Georgia in Island Cotton Planters. 'r manner
__ Extensive Drainage of Swamps, Marches and Sugar In ant gin every particular. and To Sea > and Constitutional Derangement; also an Ovu-
declaration filed such .
1 I Plantation eases jx-ctivelr.. not excelled by any. I have no }hesitation in recommending of Plamers in this State and in ist Aurist well as a practitioner on secret disease
: request as
J. CARAWAY SMITH, MARTIN r. DOBi \. C. 1L it: J. II. DclO.NT.Attornevs them to in BY many
'. Building Levees around Plantations and Towns. planters SouthWestern Georgia. Georgia. I have concluded to resume the manufacture of men. and those peculiar to woman; Also the only
SMITH & DOBY, Opening Channel Way and removing Bare at the March 19. 1853. 11 for I'. intiff.. They are manufactured in our midst and by a Southern of ROLLER COTTON GINS. Those who successful curer of Consumption, and all the minor

: ATTORN AT LAW mouth of rivers and harbor Sin' man, a native of our own glorious Georgia. wi'h to purchase Gins will please forward their orders Pulmonary Diseases. Can be consulted by letter erin

.' MONTICELLO FLORIDA Making Canals through swamps, marshy or sandy Paint, Dry and in Oil. D. A. YASOX. as early as possible that they may be filled in time person at Fort Gaines, Geo. ,

ground. White Zinc PREMIUM COTTON GINS. for the'eoming crop. Should any references be required TESTIMONIALS.Lofisviuz .
Paint ,
in 25 1 It
practice in the Middle Circuit of Deepening the water around wharves and piers. SNOW keg be addressing the subscriber
WILL they can given bv 'i IS-I9.
it in the Counties of Thomas and FlOrida'1 Keeping open Channel 1 way through .lakes aud rivcrs Lead pure extra No. 1. E T. TAYLOR CO.. Proprietor* of the Co- at Tallahassee, Florida. WILLIS BALL. Ky. August all ,
to o pcta-
Green I'aiut of various kinds I must av contrary
Dry and in Oil 1umbus Cotton Gin Dr. Henderson
Georgia.M I removing rafts or sunken log, tearing up roots of S Manufactory,have the satisfaction March 26.1833. 12 cured iter of the CanCer -
Black do. do. do.
; do. tion. have completely my
y 7,1653. 18 i trees, etc. do. loannounce to their patron and the Plan You
1 .' r To persons desirous of improving waste lands by Red do. do. do. do. do. terd generally, throughout the Cotton growing region Bricklaying, PlasteringWhite- 01 her breast aDd Mn. C--of the Polypu.
SUPPLIES. store and for sale low Yellow do. do. do. do. do. that they ale prepared to supply numberof of the nose the other direction in the vanons treatment -
l FAMILY drainage thi machine can be recommended the any ii i
ILl 01ly &c. &c
1 : Blue do. do. washing Diseases.ba proved better than anything
fresh arriv&ti from New Orleans. :0( one adapted to all the do. do. do. t their celebrated PaEamiuzGizs. of Chronic
t casks Bacon Lard in bbls. and Kegs, Flour Extra those who are building purposes or repairing neee.wy.To canals or Umber and Terra de Seinna do. do. Where these Gin have been onceused it wouldbe THE undersigned offers his services for the above I have ever met *ith in my 25 years investigation -

1-: and superfine, with every other article of Family supplies drains it will be found of immense value as it will Carmine, lAke Vermilion Varnishes, Oils,Brushes, deemed unnecessary for the Manufacturer to say is ready to do work with promptitude and on and practice. *,
i! on the most reasonable terms by deepen the canal and at the same time form an embankment Diamonds, and other Painting material.A word in their 'favor as they feel confident he machines reasonable terms. Yours Respectfully. T. A.HOBBS D.
I J 8. S. KNIGHT. or levee. few barrels of Fire Proof for sale very low to have been brought to SUCh perfection, that March 1. 1853. 11 tf A. LINDSAY FARMKBVILLX, November 18. 1851..

t 4 May 7, 1853. 18 This machine is used with either horse or steam close a consignment LEWIS JvI power which can be increased to any extent l85PROTECTION !. 46 in preference to all other Gins now in use. Foi the Notice. mother in Ipw, :.Hfcndricks, foi Cancer in the breast

ALACHUA MILITARY INSTITUTE, They are snow in successful operation in all part ofthe satisfaction of those who have not used I he Gins, persons, creditors legatees, entitled to distri has succeeded, and I feel no hesitancy in saying to the
I MWX4.MVILLE, KAIT FLORIDA. country, and may be seen at Charleston, S. C, COMPANY and are unacqntinted with I heir reputation,the Proprietors ALL or otherwise interested in the Estate of world as I have said to you, that in many years experience -

I -.. Navy Yard, Pennsacola and on the Canal between HARTFORD CONNECTICUT, need only say that the FIRST Premiums John Jage.1ate of Jefierson County Fiorida deceased in the western country and aequninte4 with.the

S THE Exercises of this Institution commenced on Galveston and San Louis. Capital Stock, 8300,00 .have been awarded to them for the BEST GIN exhibited are hereby notified to exhibit their claim and Scientific Practitioners you are the very best on
%2d February, and will continue until thc Bv application to J. S. Secer, our agent at Mobil, ( at the great State Fair held atAlantaGeor.: demands within two years from this to the under Chronic Diseases I ever met with or read after.
I-L '* annual vacation in Au ut>L The Board of Trustee fur the States of Alabama and }Florida information as rpHEunder X !is ijrned.to take Agent risks of the! n1"\"f' Company, gia; also at t the Alabama and Georgia Agricultural signed or the same will be barred ; and all persons Yours Respectfully. B. B. WEST M.D.
prepared against Mechanic'sKairheld
Fire build Columbus
,i have at considerable expense, erected a fine building to the cost of the machine, Ac. can be obtained.GILBERT and their contents the on and at ; and at the indebted to the siad deceased are requested to make NEW OatrAss LA, August 'I, 185.
ings on most favorable) terms.F. annual Fair of the South Carolina Institute' at
3 ,
capable of accommodating two hundrclatudentA & SECOR immediate toSARAH awl directions ia the
H. FLAGG Charleston. The Cotton payment Dear Sir: Yonr medicines
.. They have engaged Principal, Mr. JESSE T. 149 Broadway,New York. Tallahassee, October 2L, 181. Agent Ihe first Premiums ginned at the on exhibition these Gins received C. THOMAS Executrix cases of Ulcers Ac, Ac, have all severally been *oecessfully -
BERNARD, A. )f, wbo has for a number of years tir: Drawings of the above machine, and of a machine 40 CharlestonSouth Carolinaana held in WILLIAM C. THOMAS Executor tried by me, and I find them entirely at-

4. been favorably known as an instructor of youth. Mr on the same principle, worked by horse powerto MEXICAN MUSTANG LAMENT. lamplcsof Cotton from them have every been exhibited.Fair where in right of hit tciff.Jefierson factory and believe your system better than any '
B. will be assisted by a Military Graduate, and other be employed in ditching, draining, and railroad The Proprietors have in their County. May 14.1*53. Itf 12w with which I have ever come across.
-L be by to T\RUGGISTS and felehantl can obtain supplies possession numer. McFARJJX M. D.
cavating cau seen applying T. C.
4 -L' on* certificates from Planters, Cotton Yours RespectfuDy.
The advantage of Military Schools are peculiar J. & SECOR. at proprietor's prices, bv application to Com- Insolvent Estate Notice.
rni'sion Merchants: and Manufacturers Jmonials be seen by Wling
"LEWIS of Cotton Any amount
1 Besides the extensive in t AMES:
course Mathematics which i.I is 27 Water tt. Mobile. < STATE OF FLORIDA. )
calrnlstod to the Mind Wholesale Agent for Honda. Good.testifyingtltat the performance of I the Gin., on the undersigned be flatters himself in powewionof
expand it November
27 1852. 47
training to to-wit
by ly and the Jefferson County : |f el"*
samples from ten
produced by themcannot arising ?
habits of thinking the Manual of Arms March 9,1852. tf be excelled a decided knowledge years
J furnillhe'j b..ny Gins ever manufactured T. LINGO Sheriff and ex- ffido adminis and 111 the West and
Glass Oils White Lead observation experience
&c. practice
wholeaonseexemse stated
I at periods, and DANIEL
1 1 t.h of order I Notice. All orders for Gins, given either to our travelling of the estate ef John N. Partridge. late of the Hospitals of New Orleans. His system gives buta I'
puns eaDNI punctuality prompt 1 O'BOXES Window Glass assorted alice, or local Agents, or forwarded to I the Proprietors said County, deceased has this day filed in the Pro little pain and seldom ever uses the knife, and wD.n
I obedMoee '. the 4stahlibment of the student a White Lead, extra & No. 1 QIX months after date, the undersigned Administrator .
,. pure as mail will receive prompt attention. Gins bate office of said county a written suggestion that he compelled only to a limited extent, remedies
4 firm;graceful and manly earriage..Btattota .I' 8 barrel Linseed iJ the estate of
Oil on Stephen deceased
Saunders, will; be sent lo part of the believes the Estate of said John N. Partridge deceased -
and of
any country, instead irritating.
i entering before 1st, of July nil] be 5 Lard Oil, late of Leon County, will present his final account ranted to rive satisfaction. war .to be insolvent;

$ 1 eharg oaly from date of entran As the number of: 20 packages Fire-proof Paint, (bbls. and i bbls.) and vouchers to the Honorable Judge of Probate JOS. I.JJUTTON, Agent, Tallahaallee. Thereupon notice is given to all pesrona having REFERENCES.GOT. .
TetMBtrs wiilbe limited by tbe wants and means of 2 barrel Rectified Whale Oil for Loon County, and ask to be cKscbareed.' Colnml'111l, Ga .March 20.1857. claim against said estate to and file the same Jossrn: Wsr.azs Ex-Gov. ISAAC Jomwo
1 1, the Institution, parents who may wish to enter their I 2 Train Oil, 1 bbl. Copal Varnish EPHRAIM SAUNDERS AdmV. 11 I v with he Judge of Probate for appear said county on or before Hox. S. W. Dowxa. P. BonE U. S. Senators from La.

DOS for the Fall Term,commencing in October should I Spirit Turpentine in barrel. and at retail A general January 1, 1863. 52 6in DENTISTRY. the 14th day of February next. r Professors STORXV Hausos Hxsxxa of N. O.; Drs.
I :: make -- to the that I ) ; ? DOWTTEB and HSXDMSOX. of N. O.*
Secretary, assortment otColors.13rubbe,and other Painter -.--- -- DR. P. P. LEWIS resident of this T J .CIIASE AaTaicBT "
: snore Instructors may be employed if necessary materials. LEWIS & AMES. Drugs, Chemicals, &o (1 gives notice to his friends and Judge of Probate. February 19, 1853. 1 ly

4 TERMS OF TUITION: June 5, 18ti2. 22 tf SULPHATE QUININE, warranted pur antf an '4-i.LI11.7 the public generally that he baa removed May 14. 1853. 19 9m Teacher U

1. Qeotor DepMtneot per.terra of 11 weeks, flOto 12.50 to his old stand near the Pwt Office, where he is Teacher
1 t Junior 5.00 Wines, Syrups, &o. Oil, Black pep]rr. prepared to execute Dental operations ou the new and Insolvent Estate Notice. WANTED:by a young man. a situation aa Princi

4 1 Board can be had at from six to eight dollar per O D Port Claret Purified Chinvidine an artirte prepared from the improved planArtificial STATE OF FLORIDA ) cv of an Academy or schooLH* *

month. For toy information or for copies of the ReguUtioM Madeira, Old Port Juire, Peruvian Bark considered nearly euual to Quinine, at Teeth with the gum presenting a lifw-like Jefferson County to-wit: )f prepared to take charge of one. and inetnl, enter"*

address the Secretary or the Board of Trustees. Sherry Sparkling Cider, about one third the price. sppetnce from one to an entire set, will be executed t; 7ILLIAM. DILWORTH. Administrator of the branches requisite to render youths reiciG tOgether
WM. DELL Secretary. London Porter Scotch Ale, ALSO, a general d ply of Chemical of the bc.t on the Atmospheric principle with neatness and V V estate of Thomas J J llfir late of said county College as the Languages M.tb

.oAr March :,, 1858. 12 trI Brandy Peaches Brandy Cherries, quality. durability. TermeCMb.RtJertnu.Oo" deceased bas this day filed i in the Probate office of with the elements of a practical En&Jeatioo. rtl

Raspberry Syrup, Sardines, James E. Broome Dr. C. G. English uid county a written suggestion that he believes the Being a graduate in some departments ( .
: *"PHO8E todebted to the undersigned will please Strawberry Fresh Lobster Fine Cologne, Luhtn'eEztsactji( and an assortment Dr. J. B. Taylor Dr. M. Nash Hon.M.A.Long, estate of said Thomas J. Heir, deceased to be inaol- University Virginia, he can famish tf ooisfitctory 5t
Ii.,, JL come and settle their a. LcmoD" Shad. of Fancy Toilet Article, at very low prices. It. A. Shine and James Kirksey Esq. Hon. D H. yent of attainments u also of moral at,-

; April Wh 1868.; H JAMES B. GAMBLE. Ginger" Salmon Davis Pain Killer Radway Ready RclierO Mays, lIon. G. W. Call Rev. T. Gardner. Thereupon notice is given to all persons having would prefer a school of respectable numbers .thaD

-. Pine Apple -Englirh Mustard ood'tI India Cliolagogue. February 12, 1863. 6 tf claims against said estate to appear and file the same teach in a private family. Immediate .PP'ifi100' "

Notice. Gauva Jelly, Preserved Quinces Rose'a celebrated Plasters and other Family) Med with the Judge of Probate for said county, on or.before desirable. Address .*.OIL
,t QI: months from date tha undersigned administra Currant do.Sparkling a Peaches, icines. Notice. the Hth day of Noveinbertiext. Post office VnirenJty Virginia Albemwle COUlltyVL

-i,. 'O trfx ofthe Estate of the late Robert Lar de- Gelatine, Tamarind, Jaync'i Medicines &C., Ac,jut received. SIX months after date I shall present my final ac THOS.J. CHASE

r e4.M&of 0tdIdea CouMj. will eahibi4 11ft' final ac- Flavoring Extracts, Spices, LEWIS A AMES. : und vouchers to the Honorable Judge of Judge of Probate. May u. ] 63. 19 Sm ___
ooaUad Touchers to the Judge of Probate for the Yeast Powders Pickles. October 11.1851. 40' tf Probate of Jefferson County, as Administratrix of May 14. 1853. 19 Onj '. n
cojpGa4i'dndsakfcr. disehanre Corn Starch Salad Oil, Thomas J. Townsend, late of said County, deceased, 1\ Metallic :Burial ases.

.1 -j&ijfg A. CHANDLER, Admix.to Olive .' "Capers' and ask for a dismission from my Admin.trat.or.hip. Notice. *..;> <\'> : '. .,
April 10.1858. **1T ':i-1 6mMoluce Worcestershire Sauce, COCOA. Georgia MUit(\. tJ. ..tute. MALSY A .TOWNSEND. Adm'x ;

1 I an l'W 1I -. "" .-, .: LEWIS. AMES. In titUt.9Q went InfO( opn'in 186U At Jefferson County, February 19. I853. 7 6rnNot1ee. SIX month after date,the undersigned will present
Jtey. Jons o, len 2 a if THIS. '. the Honorable Judge of Probate of Leon Coooty. -
to BBIAMoksses, f' ee uoo of 1851the Ltfrifel&Uire j inoorpo- .. _, .their account and rauicbm_ dauoi jratri and ,
21- 0 Garden Seeds. rated it as a College by requ'utttoo on the General admini.tratoT of. the Etttte William 8. TbeuI. -. '._
15 : Rectified WbWkev-for sale low for Government furnished it withtnea both persons liavmg demands against the Estate of : ,< \ ,
for Infantry ALL '
1 II
ff wpoi..IK April M,'1MJ., 16 : LEWIS A AMES. certain number of State Cadets. The Legislature also County, will-present them to the undersigned admin of'said Estate,. of which- all interested, will. I i'isi.maybelwlby* ** applyinf-V T '
J Junes, 1852. 22 tf istrator properly authenticated within the 'take notice. 'OEO..DA.f01t.
directed Board of visitor time
a prescribed '
appointed,of whom JJarthSe.1853. ,
I 1 : : JUST, -. RECEIVED. the Governor is 'Z-# President, whose duties are by law, or this notice will be pleaded in bar RACHEL A. ALDERMAN Adm'z 1' ,- .

; : By ratc1. Bftmurd, Jr., JOHN B. GALBRAITH, to inspect the Institute attend its examinations and of state their are recovery requested; and to make all persona immediate Indebted to said E- ALDERMAN.Administrator in right. of his wife.. :No\l e. 0'4(7/.1

I Afl*nCEjrr,OF GARDEN SEED ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, report on its condition to the Legislature, and in ooe- payment '14 19 1m' I1iiafter : :
if A fi? ,. juDCtion with a Committee ofthe Board of Trmtees .'.SHIM Adm'r, May Ii53. SIX __ ,"f..t..of

*jfr -T Tftllthuiee,' Fiorldi.; to establish and declare proper regulations fer i its government. Apr 16, 18158. 15 gwBEADY TIE TRUE MEDICINAL Touekett aa.4mwzata'- !

&Ia X.A fiumi AMKWI1CIKT OF GENUINE tr Office nwthe Post Office. [Oct. 9.. 40 .., These regnhUions have been publiabtd.The Anthony Avant decea .. tel tM Jst'?::1 Did
hH'' I course of study, methods of leaching,and the discipline MADE CLOTHIHQ, COD LIVER OIL Kad County.qd" .ilk' fci..H 4-';. '. .

"''P'.''' h' I' D. P. HOLLAND, which they prescribe are. 'aoearly 'possiWe THE supply now" lan 4ng from tbe Stnrannee, TTSEFUL J in the earn ef Scroful*.Consumption &dmiDiatratm'. .TAJQ'. 4J' ';.

; .IY-.AND,I OOiZariONAflY. ATTOR5ET AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, tbofe of the United Butt MfliUry Academy. our stock of Clothing a Tery complete one U Gout.R "ro$ti m.A.thmtBronchiliCouzl. I S.-_ ..'. .....'$.".''., "' .
I )- 'Mhi.asi'd QoiBcjr,j Fliridt Any person feAested may btafa a copy of them by of the latest sty leg We will be glad to receive a call and tt!dUtaie .f th.'Chett and Lunjrt.- A supply May 21. .1888A .. .. w.)0" J-t
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applying \\o tBT.uperinteadent. The next Academb from those in want betiering we can make it their in' of thj*Y a1oab' medicine U just received, which i i. ; .' Im.. ,.w"...
.. Wit I '. '. -.N ". w'a& year will commence oa Monday,June 10,and ail .bo terest to buy from as. ,*' : .__ ':>*, warranted pale,and df."rj uperiorquality. .: M. .
t -Dirs1 j ... 'I tilt' .. 51. U October W 1$52. 4, j desire to enter should be present .that day McNAUQIIT t Ofl1OND'prtl .,: 'Foriale by LEWIS & AMES. 'I' RGF.loi 1-I !
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