The Floridian & journal
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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: June 18, 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: UF00079928:00216
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BrtD l)0rh) | b1Jrrtlsrmtnts. Georgia. Sulph r Springs,' THE LAST GOOD NIQHT.BY succeeded, we proceed to the denouement -

==-:- (MnEIWETIIER COUNTY,) ELLEN GKKV. of f Rin wood'8 love aflair-the marriage and v than or, for I the people gave: me far more credit From. '* TIt Jfovtt Jfiuunt,* byT.'S.Tha :r Aw.

r>011 Y." U'OO\AL1'B AUVUITISING BOUSE, 102 7CASSAC.J WILL be opened tliis) reason, as enrly the settlement. deserved. The chance Ilusine8l.wbicb Evening PrayerOCX .

--- :fl: the first Of May. Having, Clone her cyc-li.la) -prees them gently The very autumn I xvns admitted- to the occurs 'in our Courts, came thronging upon ..THSa.

'! FAIRBANKS'j j I I by a recent pun-hase, addedJudge. BryanV OVer the dead! and l leaden eyes, b ar, and a month afterwards was marri d.Ve .- me. f was repeatedly employed in other {' Oar'Father." The mother's voice .
interest in the Fur the soul that nuidc them lovely, canses, and by was
-I Saturday when
to bin \ night
property own. returned were joong couple she not much fow and tender and solemn. .
the proprietor now has Hath unto the fkit-s: more Court closed and ,
room ,
PLATFORM SCALES enough to entertain withetJUlfllrtullt' had
the death from her forehead than sixteen and I not paid my bill at the Oar Father."
quarters n muih larger: eonipaov than Wipe drop quite twenty, and hoth Inn, I found myself with On two sweet voice tM
heretofore; and promises to see to it that their fare Sever one dear golden tress, almost without a dollar in the world. The dollars in an hundred and fif. words were borne upward. It waa the innocence
known- tested silver
laof Severely -Always right For her icy 1IIIIIIIjt all ty three hundred dollars
-h ill I be he meekly, in
as good have establishment
JIB it
: can mid their bills! was well suited of
as to reverent childhood that
our them
notes and
-The Acknowledged Standard. light a* can IK affordedThe Smooth the )little I'MWdl'CBS ; t a horse that I afterwards sold for gave
RED ScLrncn Srai Scatter fl-mers o'er her pillow: stances ; a low house with two small room%. txvo' hundred dollars utterance. '
discovered tIle more.
jlctyrs New York: FAIHBAXLS & Co, 89 Water et pnst puuiir.fr is ntpi.lly acquirjjijj>G. a character during: that Gentle flower. An pure nod! white- a bed, a table, a half dozen chairs, a half Never did a miser gloat] his _" Who art in the heavens." .

)ucbI9.1S:3. 11 Sm j, adds much to the place. Lay. the bud upon her bnsnn. dozen knives and forks, a half dozen spoons,I and xvith more delight. I locked more the on door pelf Who art in the heavens," repeated the
There ofA
Thy WHITE SctrHcn SI-KINK continues, as heretofore -uo\v softly say Good NighL"Wliile every thing by half] dozens, a little delph rlRn piled the children,one with her eyes bent meekly down,
BOOKS FOR THE SOUTH AND WEST. to pongee* the unbounded counMenec of, invalids ware, thing in Email I my money in a heap uponS and the other
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shadows every a
'w ho! try it. and of the wientific medical gentlemen twilight gather, way ; we wereso tltp table, and walked around it, sat looking upward, as if she would
Tl JILL be ready eaily in March Dr. Hilda, uni- We shall wait in vain t/o feel poor hut then so happy. ] my penetrate the heavens into which her heart
wlio know its i-Uiin-nts. In all the various chronic dis- elbows on the table, and chin
V\: Tentally popular iMxrl .. X Ick of the \\'ooiU, '! Little arms all white and dimpled We had not been my upon my aspired "
f ur whi'-h it is recommended
eases ; "'t' hazard nothing! many days bands and it
gazed Was
'" R"tmd neck steiil I
or thi Jibbenaiuo"ay, iiew a.ti.1 revised edition in out iu-naytiur it i it 'st'd. in our no Mifily ; w hen a court was held in upon thinking Hallowed be "
j Our wet cfiee* wit! WHS the county town a- n Lthornoiwy1 NoIU&
volurne 12mo ith illustrations .of
by Durley. Price thinking
qU alt.d l hv any mineral wnter in tIt 6<>utli. Since nnsicquaintanee I boat twenty-five miles distant. my Lower fell tbe-votccsof tbe little _
f 1.25. i< Of sweet lips so warm and red, It was necessary l little wife and home. esum,

*.* Dr. Bird's Kick of the Woods" has from iti Livp'52biI'1t1I our nfflil'li"os-we with the water have known whieh it was iied first with induced)i great An I our lx>*inm "ndlv. sadly! for me to go there and put myself intIle Another sleepless] night ensued, and what In a gentle murmur they said--M Hallowed
MIl's: that I "
little head be
darling of
frst i m. been a p-e.it'favoritc at home nnd 1 way business-but how Thy name.
Kiccc-wt in htulnred of was to ? night of .
I cnc s i. su. can iiMi-t rontidetitly go golden fancies and ]
hil'hu.) splendid air.
wont to re t th'-ie "
abroad it is reissued. rexisedaiul corrected L., sweetly ; I had "
; now !I reeoniinend. it to a fair trial by the! multitudes who are And expended| all my means on our estab- castles. As Thy kingdom come.
the an )Inr, to meet a general demand.: j those {fold'-n eye so brijjht lishment soon as morning dawned, I was
| Mifffiin'j from vanou" foi'm' c>fl> tiis and then it And the burden of the
ii.liiy was hard
.. A STRAY YANKEE IX TEXAS sj'ejMa \Ve shall tni- th.-ir 1 l'vinz IlaltcC' parting with u p, mounted the borrowed horse with which prayer waa still
by Philip
eases, Urinary obrtruftioiir.: Chronic! : Dintiha-a, Indi- We my xx-ife so soon after I taken by the children
miss their ft Good up
Taitoa. with ill% Sight.'hl'n I marriage. However, I had come to court on, and led the other Thy kingdom

12 nvi. Price f 1.25. I.1 neoti
*.. Phihp PaxtonV Sletche of Life in t11t uth.We.l afflictions! peculiar to ft-male, it raiinot !IxMtniulIed) by They will take thiH .-ii,i"hl.J fi'rm, xvould soon have the wolf at our door. I'I''i] was delighting myself with the thoughts way of r Thy will" be done on earth as it is done

through; the "Spiiitof the 1'il1lthe "LiterUi S water we have e,cr kuown, aid I the rxperientev They will l,"ar it to the church yard, accordingly borroxved a horse, and borrowed I surprise I had in store for in heaven.
ar' World."iuid other jounul! )have been universal!: j jof f Koine of rur ,viitj has that will A'tid little cash my little wife, for: Like low
.. proven it at least e-ii ftin it to the worms ; a and rode off from door ) 1 both of a sweet echo from the land of
\rc-llrec-i\e I. JJi Stray Yankee iu Texas" willDot : !j sometimes nhV\e. in
diminish) his reputation.? G. od t1CII I(. p uJ humor. er of Mediein. moI l the .-kni of.th" l>et Phiicinns.JH. The day .1 die, our darling! wore my standing at it, and waving her.1 i j should] spend all the money I had borrowed, angelsThy will" be done on earth as it is
; hand after ,done heaven
eounJ pitrii>ti m. and h Mrtv aninul pj>mt* romnu-ud J: The pri leiple < l.-imvilr- of the \VIiit,. Sulj'hirSpiing G'wl) hath 'rulwl} her an au au;el, me. Her last look, so sweet and and should return in deht.lOur in filled the chamber.

the b xiks. to the youth of the whole tvuutry. Al.o', aie Lime t""lIP"ill. Sulphur mJ,: Sx Ja. She hath ntedf I thi-. no nmre ; ht.'l'mr.illg'.t'nt to my heart. I felt as if 11 I! meeting was joyous And the mother continued'* Give us this

just publi h d. Th..t' of: the lit"! Snlph-T. are Iron Lim(. Magne- Fu1.! her liatnU, nn J ."Vr hr pill..w could! go through fire and water for her. I but I as you may sup. day our daily bread."
NAPOLEON IN' EXILE or n voice fro! SL lid[ |pose ; played the part of an Indian hunter
sill:: Su phcr-the pierioiuiuatinir.! ., Scatter fl.l\\'r. all arid white, arrived at the Our daily bread"
bv In ,. jmre country town on a cool Octo-t who lingered a moment on
when he
ena; ) B.nryO'Muua. I\( V.'iro, Jt:! returns from the chase
It MARKS.. Ki-; that marble? brow an I \\ her the
hi"l Cr, air
The the
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CLOVEUNOOK -r UeoJlectious! of our H-mie in evening. inn wag crowded, for.i never for a time of his as mother's voice was hashed in
One a-'ain. 1l..t G'*>d Xulit 1 I speaks success. She
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the West by Alice Car.,'. JVurth ed., x\illi illaetratiuns '- t'se couit was to commence the to sience.|
: on I had
hv D.lilt.1'1 i ic'" '1. sTAnn; Lixrs ron r.r.OJWI\: fn.t'ur.n 'I'I:( '. --- folloxxing; prepared a snug little rustic: meal] for me, And
|' On and) after the 1 Mh) f I C- iy. and, while if was I forgive us our debts, as we also for
MEAGHElVS: SPEECHES. on < May. n Hrnl.ir hi: > .f I'd getting ready, seated myself "
Speo.-1.es I
Lesi.atire! la !Jependeiie* .fJrdllll.! liy Thomas thl. l P.'"!""': "r (..IIl'hi:1 i: lll'rn.j, rr"1:1: lh.111': (..;..... jjTlistcIlann.! knew no one, and wondered how Tl :t an old-f:!ionE'd disk in one corner, I give our debtors.
\VYt-t' Point and N"*x\'/;:! 1 H.i1r..a.l.. ilirect: stranger; a mere The eyes of the children had dropped fora
en McH her. In oae voliim*?, 12mo.! with a pmtiait : ; to t youngster, was to make"IIY :and begnn to count over and i it
I I Iu2y.
Sprinjr*. LCh\ i'g West "Point .11,1 l ,. i in f'lch..cro"J. my money put : moment. But
Price fl.THE : l."riiii.e vrv --- .: and to net business. they were uplifted again
---- --. The,t'! She aa
;: came to before I had
MEN OF THE TIME or Sketches clfI.illot.1be" ,.v c/u"', jiffor the! :it liVid! <.f the faro and h".\iz, C 'Iin.i-: puJilic me finished! ,they prayedAnd
; "* T THE POOR LAWYER- room xvas thronged! xvith all the idlers nand asked I forgive-ns 'oar< debts aa
i who
In I ; I had
Tur" me collected
is l..v TI.llrdI:11I,1)
} : ; every =Saturday 7 41'- I- ,
; c.intbiLig ue.&Iy 9JlJ Bijjjraphtcs. l"iiu in i tIt money also "
who we debtors.
elotli.: S>lJ' o'oek. A.:)!. aiming r.t the Spur:.ir* nunalicni"; *.- I country gather) on such occasions. I for. I U _

For bale bv. tLc Booksellers geacra.ir.Pulf'ihtd, % bv. Through, : Tirketf ir.ax be "Hi \I""tIIIIII'r\It: ti! <- :j Man years fipn, the Jill t J.-'rlJ rkcr .1TrzflI. There]I were some di inking going forward, S For myself to be sure, replied I, with affected And lead us not into temptation ; but de
.1. s : ." .>r at !he) C.fr flee : in Atlanta.: N\Wt iViiit 1'i I. S with, a great n-Ne and a little altercation.. 1 I ]liver us from evil. For thine is'the kingdom
contained f mess made
co it
tie ) Washington I I ; et Court. I|
flEDFIEI.P.k Mid' Lairtnnj'e: i.t lhCur iifUce; and iu Coluuibua. living'sEailvj i ; II"-t a. I entered and the Bud the
110 the 0.S' -thoi .fl:,- 1: of a moment in face increduously. "
March: 12,1S53. lU :IU'}. : pc Stjjre 4 e.M.iv21.lp53. I EXI'i"lIc$ (! Ilalph Kinjjxx-nod"-the hitler of a fellnxxxvho xvas my ,men.
: 2(n 4t n. T. M. partially intoxicated, i I tried to keep countenanceand .
.- -. ----- ." -- :ia si1bripc! for( ; a J diihi"uih''d! ; eovernor .: *:tnke an oM man. He I came sxx-aggering! I bv ; play the Indian but it would my not do. All these holy words were said piously and

BILLIARD TABLES. : Iileri-wether Springs. I 1"1'' 'Jur ida, hat now a ('5t7eIl uf 'JtXfl. The me, a-.d elbowed! me as he pas; 'd. I inime-' i themuscles began#to twitch, feelings all-at t fervently] by the little ones as they knelt
Sub'crilierR nff'r f.ir sa'.e T..h diately Knocked, ) him my with clasped hands beside their mother.-
TilE cjp'r cent -p\ l'Be! WAI1M M'JIINfiS: ; will 1,open 1 i s tory x\i Is eXl'iLillglHIIIHJ a "loII: run"-- down, and kicked him i than edl..r! tlt.1ih'n'Dt my
i.i the Then
1\1." j into
cityf t the street. I as their"thoughts the
f'l'tLc on
i.f iiuz no fiKthi-r' illfrndurt 1 l wings
1111 1': laughed cried and
thioii".ii the columns, danced about the
I of
Nfw YO k. with improved; Cith or P..teiit IndiaHubber > the press :It the time room of
lniijvu; the] t tit tt Mon. J In ; to their
a moment I hail half prayer Heavenly Father
Cushions whiclmre ferrt-d to i.ll othersnow I a dozen rOIl! !h 1 l ltlZriPS like a crazy man. From that time forward cam
in use by the be-l phixns pr in the United! JitjiU* $*!& first day of June, i i i t appeared! ; and although! *'nne of our readers L-; of tie! I h.-nid I and 1.invitations, to drink we never xvan'ed for : back again and rested on their earthly parents

for r.'lTt'ctu..s and elasticity nut are xv.irrnnted I t;, witli comforttibltf itel.tnn..l.4i'' f'r J5i 110 t x'i-it'-r11._ :: may have raid j tio! ftiiloxxiii"; before, xxe : and found!, myself quit? a lien-onr ia: this money. a warmer love came gushing from their

taad in their f.. without i The B.I'IMun I C.iiim arc under/.lin.: n th<.r.eu4! iepe ., rouijh ge ; hearts.
pWe r e.tr rep.uriL- 1 iiexvrtln. less a -t'ml.l. Palpable
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I it.
venture I Jt is Parody."Tis
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I 111.11111..1' c.f C&lI1: .1 l.t ill.. it.11I; copy Ralph I
'I'uir loll a I..W .
Gtutle'iieu "'I* ins; to purchase T.ib'e l : of ItIl.h.rr!'|p. I Itions : i Pure kisses-tender embraces
x-iith JlirbV.1 Mahogany or Pine Bfilc. can h.i\,- 1 : urraiii.'iiuni' I have I JMI-II icu-le f..r the t tnu'.I".rlt. first inliodiu-tiuii, to the luxelv iiiniJt-n xxho next mornhg the Court op'n.d-I[ the last roe of Summer."-Moore.Ti -tbe fond

their order hUd the] sa'iie ai- if ,theyi) .. pie'ent, > l"'n..fl'.t"'IIcr: j tll t ant fro.nIIH. : tll' iIII-.rtlllt;. I..illt.S. aflerxxards exc'! tell so rlt intluenee t took my seat among the lawyers, but frit as I the last goUen) dollar, good night. What sweet agitation pervaded -

bv adJr, -i-uig us by mJl. Always
Cloth, UMU.. CU'.of. French L 61'Ler.. ]1'oc-kets. P.'Ii| ville.); HACKS a-id other eoiivey.uiiewi'.l be J..l"II.t j l Li- after' lire : .S I biisint N vas to come fro/. In the AH ito brillL-iut companionsAre heads were placed side by side on the snowy

BoorJ nnd Cue W.I> .ftlje wet uesCiijition, re tl I.- Spring- fur th> 1.I"IIIII.lai. i >n ..r:iiijTh --. I I I had takfii rny 1m'alra: and) xvai xx--tij. of the! morning a mm:15 coursei. f ."qu ndere to the b-ir
"* rinitd the Piut'i..u. ii put Jfo coin .
for shipping Jit the th..rttst n'-tit-e. <' Spring15 are : r Gitirrmi & DICKER.l' J 3
? Ami Street. New Yoik. r \\.-st I'.in ;, 27 'from L:,( :..!:. tin 1 I l'i' h<.in .,. doxvn the |1':1:: : I >axv a xounj pirl j >?atf
Ma.rehl9,1S.3. 11 in I ( 'l.'cl\\I.1'... .A S1n iii.! tlie1ziriiig 1 I 1 41.\ g.ii1.n.s .. I' i the xxindoxv 1 evi.l.-ntv!I a xisito- Siit. S iweied in the! napitixe. lie had )boen con- I the chamber I Inwardly the parents listening

i, water I JIT annte.) [''l'I'1' r f> M-JI]irate U-iti: .''.each I I 1"i. i ; 'fiied ears are bent. bave
i with They these
... ,. :u n'ry pro ., anh.irn: hair :Mnl) lilue : ill a place xxLere there were no IU not keep thee. thou lone given
: r I"Jualt'ith :11. gulli's .f1Ic'r miJI' j': 'f one.
Biscuit and Cracker Machines.IT 'i i v hilh!' au :i. if; <--u-t': 'iv.' fpI" JyiJ--,1 J'-'r fllld ::"f-.r ",.!. :11I'' .\fr..-.-i in \\!."(.. I I *)'d! -cet foth', '.. iV,d 'I JI(I it.tt ,an iitWl'-lrtJt-/,{ -\f u luw.\'rs'l.; t TEfire T t> LjjgjiijmsorUfle* S. innocent ones into the keeping ol God's aa-

& J. ilcCOLLITM.: mA.TjfHCurfrs" 4>fthenany (1.1" (;C'IIII..IUt"II ; t.. 1t''IIICI. t..l' cf Un' ':1't'r i. I;" n.,: I I I i ins, of tIlt! Kind 1'11. I ilHllt.ft Kichmncri. : : at_ :W\4 He was told to choose from the laxxyers -. melt tnren thou wee mrlted.IIJ gt"Kna'th'eycarnUJ110sL fief r ute rusue or

I I hrsted !:fl'l.t: i.., j "r.... ;,.r :, w1itu.s. mr.t ill Civ* x' it tfl' mill JlllIlc The lUlaijeiof tlie Xi.ttrj. I II. I tlA-it ti-ne i x\ii l' too much, <.f a L.iy tn \L present and: I b. ready! for thl. on the folj. :I a.k fi-r no quarter.to pence their garments as they gather around their .

u thr..ti'.i; tL. eflit.cl I.k J..\ i.L: !1.1 tv. III:"I j.. Oe JIVe :- I ftriu-k: I hy, [':IIdl' Iuu'v.! ;i.- \:.s so it! licato j. ]I loxxini 11:1lie looked arodi.d) the court t tii.l }'II sprnd tm l not ppare sleeping babes. A sigh, deep and tremulous
ir>i.r | amI.c'IH'fI- Quickly turnsto
tJcn "..m(' nf which !hnve IH-CII teev.red endotliers Analysis of the "Warn Sprirs.J:1' and d.-.mty f ii'iitiiig.! sn tiiireieiit: from tinhak" : / M-k-ctrd me. Iroi.d-not! tell xvhv he Till nij -IJ! tattered plet,
by the
father her
: aru ;in CIIJIM .if l Wins: secured CH i j-.tlw-t vnn'nendfure : !>.".-.. cxtrriNt. AMI }HJIN>. h.ixnrn l lj;!o\vn ci.ls i' I of \\'ftool'-lIld t I -hotiM make! Mich a choice. J, a beardless Lies cmtlcM and bare of children, with a look of

t.. 43:11 erN uuJ .b&rs wlltl .11 : Q'lai.tifx: of 2 wine pint.*.r t'". 75 fubio. ir..iu"8. hor Lit i j Susu.'nmav I fn.'lrrVlnii earnest inquiry on her countenance. And he
\ u. "111I'hl.('II1Itbi:" i 1'\| LSpt.ciiii' 'n : \ drf.-s it xva* 'II d.tuiiti"; !- youngster, unpracticed' : at the! bar : J perfect .
fur t.s: hakh. }JU..itl''S. tl) (' :II..i'lt' ml'l C.Lfl54 (1 I,, :. "r:1\ i' tl.c' '" .lj tiiI.,1 wt..r !I" III.: I ((ltl') .''l'\.l'r I Iv uiiknoxi-n. I fe Idllle.'nt! ] \ fii.'iiL :Iiips decay- answers thus hcr&iieut question.
tth"II ] t !
the limits : ...-\ I..e, ,itid! .. . cillJ.t xxMiii poor youth *>r> 1hIlTJ.ri.t.I.| vet delightedf And! fr l ln. Far back
puidiatiug) C t tit! '- cii :c.lf'l.t kind} of- : : T1' : il'I. nd! 'iu *,jTarvs { dollar. through mm" years, have my
machine! ; mvt should tlieir 'xeixlict lj' apai-t,.. witnbnait hlIJHrc: 4.X Ii\ dr';. ii.i ii...:: I and smM tit.v |K\X itelied.l I v lit.art'txrnf'd i .. : fluid have hugged the rascal.! I I T\\f\\ ihiif! drop Mway thoughts been I wandering. mother's

; but, if rlt\"lIab1 we hall I IIP \p't-niM-d, tonoeive /SOLID COS1lo.h.-C.l.ru'll1ii"f! ]Lime 1 ri.niiInj. i i $to Lnoxv her, hut hoxv; wag 1 to accost hvr'( IJpf.iri,* "lenxirtg; i: the Court, he give me one[ "Whfii tlrf- Maine law his passed knee thus said I in Army
.. .. nightly childhood
their order* nt .>ur .V1' jilarf .>f b-ssiu'-**. j| .. SSKTiiJj ; i- : 1 Ltd grins wild! in the xvmtds and! had!j'hnndM-d: dollars in a bag, as a retaining fl't"j Anti the {n .r'Jr TiV !ink \'enia nrlrr. It my f
II.ll'COLIX! t. j i i4J ilai't-i.i: lO.uO( of the I crr.iMrarcel, believe \7hutii9f\viiuM, I loe dollars!: was that best nnd holiPCt
limit of v
polito J'r.. II'i my H'ii"es. it seen'' I | S.
HIJM Ige Street. N w York : The water eor.ciiirrt..l innro :: With! iK-thircr to drink J U f of allprayers, Our Fatherthat; she taught
j j' ( a ( i f. r 1 linn like: dream. I
i \- .Sie been
like; 1 a The
heaviness tlie
I"uih of
: I|: ; lV".y! or .5.ilv. I'l'm.iii, f..p "po/e/ .
My :1, I8S3. 2U .SiJio 3intiori.'. I h 1.t.I':1.\ liAauii) <, .HLo\n"Tlo.Stuoi1 1 J I! --- -- me. Childhood and my mother passed .*
------ S n. d.riii'! : ::' IJf ile Uriirv: ( Irr.i.o: -buol. 111.:,;:. ior I any other ofmv; ntii"ni lircs-eil 1'tUt's oJ:' !lightly! IM favor of his "'. ((-lint that : The following, although not so credited, is I went forth as a man into the world away.

-S C'- .. tlt'klll.. i !It,' C.J'IIJtC': :.0101 elr,i." c I atru.r<. j I tie! I pip-on; 1'"'.-': I f-hot.hl h.-ix-i' ;i apiro'; 'd I xvas 1I0. aflMr of mine. I was to be advocate. evidently from the ready of Faany':1 confident aud Once strong *
Savannah Medical pen self-seeking. I in.
College.S ,(.i.'ivre Mid r.MUUt.uii Svoiu-ry i.nd' pi.re ;T.ne x.-ater are |. J.er itl.lut! dread ; IaIwd she h.M-n }ts |fair t tnot judge .jury." I (,110him to the jail Fern." to Had came f
HEiilONS; 1 18.V3 'u>-'"iia| .--d i\' : i.v i iu the UiJtru '!j.t..., :1:.s :llIIrt', cI J.tcr. \ri h IIICV ICI.lki and lea rl-.1 from him Jill the particulars of, i great temptation. I fallen in that J;
31."S '1. UJ..t'l.irrJJt.i t.;. b IIJ. H t.1J.oI cof. rdtUIII: I Ii :.gla:jo A CO"TRAIIT.I I t temptation, I.would have fallen, I sadly fear .
THE corusi: or : l : ;: :'* !lurkets, 1 shuuM! not haxv hv:itatcd hut! thai the c&i e; from thence I xvent to the clerk's wish I could see a {
will th Hret I lhih} : !;[ to hi" jjT'iirmjij.'r I ii>. Midf) auz them ; ': never to have risen again. The ia $
) r-iiiii.c.ice < <
yovenrilx-r) and o.'iitiun fi-ur !jn>u1lis.K. and! the!, public: that I h..- '\i'.I!|II\xab].. fall. < :1t'l..II.1I'H.II ,!i ixviiite. die s, and tlii>e auburn i lingh-ts and1'I oflire, mal m fti..k minutes of the indictment. I come Tired! : my mind went on for hours. I about
Yes !
1>. AllNO'JJ. M. IK Pit1 oi luttltutcs and Piac, 'In wit". nsqy iiiid will: exert )l.im .elf tit 11I:11..11.1/1-I i I hue! eyes and d I..til'h! ,* h inks juite i d.iuntr-J then e\ainiiH-tl the' laxv on the subject and that's alxvays the cry. 1 never get tired j i lyielding. A11I t'mo barriers I could was |
ciitrfiirtablf: that IN I..t inl.-r and tsar : x\hile -oh, no Customers to please-Clerks to oppose to |
ti'f c.f Mtji i i'u re. ; nrv "UPI'i'llt111 | they fji:cinated me. 1 (d-'tft Knoxv prepand my bih-f in my room. All this occupied .

J. G. HtnVA HP. M. I D.. Pmf. AtntoniY.V. the 1 1"'IIt tJut! tin11 Nt.V'.i k ttii'1) hiirrouiolihv '? x\hat pnl. it into my h'ad. tail, I tlmu lit all S me, until midnight, when I sent to overhaul-accounts to cast up. Hu&h I I the hi., usLin: flood, seemed just ready to *,
\ aim kt.t :.i;.nl. ,.t.I.'tc.l l liliu-: .lf. Li'l] that hi.rh i ; when, as I sat in.
G. UULLOCiL M. U, J'rof. Piiucijiles, and Prac- ] :\ : 1 bed and hall hate that child. Now xvalk-the floor andSpoil I give way my room one
I''at xvoulj Lisa trk'd
once \\ir\! to It
.. It xvould all in
1.1..1' in.I .
tice .if fcuiii-rv. :">! will l be j ii xl-rutc! sis ilif ti.I'(-" \wIll! :ILi"1it- ttk: r.to : was \: him. evening there came from an adjoning; cbllm.I \
tlwt )I.e 1 hat Hot.UI't"I II... 'lOll' :itnuuintuu.ee to nrriit- iuch !1. 'I Never in liftwaa I xvidw ,,nkbfl .. i i Bill hunt up my slippers. TJary,
P. M. KOLLOCiv. I>.. Pr..f. Obs'rcl k3 aii.l} Discus | "I'\'i'e Ii cof .rl: s'-t ai.1 t.,1\ at r. 'elll,1:i my more ( [ | I her, now first occupied, for week the
e* of \\""mn un
C. W. \VUST. il. I>.. Pr ,f MdJ.-al C1i.m.trv.; i!j His $erv.ilti.uic cUal to iliX S ill tho >'Uth.! j: :\ lidIic'!_ '* n.th"-rc. I xumld! .jut Mi pii tIll nub lilY raiml: ; the shower of sold that things ready for them. There's Saunders I f t murmur of low voices. I listened. At first, j

E. 11. M i A.1.11\;. :..L. D, Pi-. f. Pi,>>i.4.-sy. I J,. L ..MUTIAN.I! J i ii. ftti-l/ wnatch kiss had tJ1'- : S { he l llitr: cUlill lrt. I His J wife is as handsome no articulate sound was beard, and yet something .
H L. M.ty 2 ,1".... i a ni"unt h.rsr' :i.dI : nn-xperletlly n into Ill lap. the
1Y IU), M, D., Ptuf.iLitci'ut :..ica and Themj I 20 tji.Ul "i my } she in the tones stirred heart with
j the my new
ill* .ft:: idea; of as was day she ruarl'i d. iitier&'s
J1I'UI it'8. !: -- |I ( She xvoitM) not )hi' the xxorse of it; mx' )poor little xvife at hum, that I and emotions. At

J. B. READ. M. D. Pr',! IV.hlo-ical i Auat-my and] '! THE SOUTHERN STANDARD, j I i11'l'llJ.1'IJJD and that J kUb-oh, I should die if I did not i was to astiKii-h her \\ith mv. unflC! fnrtlJlt'r .- } any ming I hate it's u faded woman. strange in the length them cameto
Liht the! ) and my ears, earnest loving voice of's S
I> ijtrjii.trat ir of Anatoiuy.: I Hut the awful lamps gin me my nexvspaper.
AT < gd It. 1 had undertaken. S
llAULis-T\, re"'I"III'iIiity -
( K. C. "
FEES.-F.ir the full fliiS / ;rlli4Iti I If I can't read Len in I'll woman, the xvords Deliver us from eviL"
'lIur..c' "/
: / '" toaundcrs'
I peace over
t.i fur go
: 'rRI.Wr.IIU.11 time for thought ,, speak the first time in
T-rt L f5 ; ) .---5- __ I II ter.l the! hon-e and '.! l in'o tii. court the expectations: the culprit had formed .
30. Jtcqui-itci for GrMduHti- the! 5tcpn. lightly voice of
I. "m.: ( n Tjfl I -lP( :' ..!'t. b WI\U'I"' nIUlHI I were that my mother. Back, with
in other Medial) O..le! I ':; I hilt". ir ii room.! ) She! pnafed I of talent ail tie! and croxx-d of-I -
(! C. \V. WEST.: M. D.) ? Ma v 14. 1t So.4.; ll tIN D.t.us ; IIiJ AxVllv, ?: ou. J d! similar Mary, dear, how tired look. Give intevening
.f the Fncu'.tv.TIANOANU i or, looking! out f,f the window, and Ililllot notions( kept x\hilling !ihroiish you
: A" I'n' : ':nth. CASH! .1".i i ..jp'c. no 1 11'.lf.l'I' hear : I mymind. .1. me that great strapping boy. No wonder years, went my thoughts ; and, a child j in
appiuMch. I her chair and : tossed about all night, fearing the
will IM.mil until tl. j rny tripped heart I
: "IILI' in again, was kneeling at mother'sknee.
1't man:HI'; -y puij..
FOR .SA1 E. your arms ache. Oh : never mind me. I'm : my
) as the morning thud .
turned exhausted and incnmpd.lItill
JL and) looked up 1 snatched asI I my Humbly and I
reverently said
Applvto 13.
&prl: 8lh, 1653. 14 GAMBLE. : 1 1 HCNEVv'S IJEJ'AJT.IJ-\T-llr.) ]/ SKKINE thxh I ,. | sw-Ht a kiss as ("('1':1" stolen, UIIII 1 van- a word, the day d:1\' ned onto ,; :always O. KI: at home, you knoxv. Take the the words of the holy she had over

u __ _.. .___ .A>.I t1tllt EdithI' ..f t1. t:11IJ..r.l el\utc'" '.i.iifched illt $ (' a nI H'rllk' fellow. roekmg chair yourself! and just be [comfor- S! prayer taught
,le attention t>i ili:'..tin; itud) arrazii.ig. fr its siljimm twinkling. TI'ltJ'xt moment I i, table. Ain't I tired"i t Why, yes 1 am-a me, heart and eyes uplifted to heaven. 1 he
NEW GOOQ I: -. ihe l.it.t FOIJEKJN.! POLITICAL.) COM-i i was t fill hoivclnrk& ) .7Hor.ill'r( homexvard, nn. | J. gOt up fewri..h and nervous. I xx'alked) little but then I've feasted fresh air t hour and power of dar ness had passedxxas I
.' ou I I -
J CST received per SAMPSON and LAWRENCE, MLHCIAL, AND, M.SCL'LLANMOlS! ? NEW.s._ |i ii very heart ti'I"1i1l1Y' po at \\ hat I had done." < out before ]b-eakfast. striving, to collect rny sunshine I no longer standing in slippery places

LuJi-f Caps, J'liuted Liiwu Il'dkfs, AmpleairanjjciijHiL h.ive ;.1.! Ix-in inaa.for noun : After a vatiety of amtihiii'r ad ventures. thoughts, anti tranqnilize my feelings. It vas to. ty, xvhich you haven't. Besides, I'I with a flood of ,
Taffeta UiblMw, Silk .. b.'J't..grllpli.! Thi d.-pailnu-nt has ntire .. J Uittjrwood .1 I don't Live such A lump of perpetual motion waters ready to sweep me to
yixeii t bright morninjr bathed tnfon.IJt'Hf and
j [
it-j fittempth% Iudof law ill, H destruction
S14'.iu" Infants Cotton hose, Unction to tiumer. ,ieiid.rior< the 1'.11' xvLteii t :11I as this to I.i ; but my feet were on a J'ock.-
y : n1''I'uru I manage. AI I.I.
BlTc. and White Organd/ Bleached Shettinj", II PIlI'I'r j has nlrcudv l>vnere he !: 'hands, in a beautiful running. btream, but IJ I "J, Jess t>oul-how do live these : My mother's pious care bad saved her con.
SMtch ., J'01..ITe.\I.-11I.) l ;it-r i i" 'l4lV(1 ni;!'it, and! day. could not allay the fever heat that raged my yon In the
Giti Lun, J:3J.I tiu tl. > of the MiicJ on-tri|IC. i .Halpli: pursues hi; I hot ? Never mind the holy xxords she taught me in childhood,
}!.c-y Piiuts S t rip..) I ti< n. S ate lli!hlo si I.o..1. Advrc.itin; S well
11.\JII lg L"l."liJiI Pl.iide, Ui) ;-hts. Iind, a .tiict li.-rcin.v! t. tl.. C"I,titutl"n, In-I ci/'tx': and at t length hecometi (juite a f nnt f.nt..j illfJ&) cup "f roflW formed myrepast 'i enough-you included-except niter life. Ah that unknown mother. my
Ws1i.h JI,. Twills I' \t i.1 alnavo ?u-tiii: the mea: ur.;< uluch! promote thr*e I.J and fjenitis. thuUMk are looking -r trifle better than wt'IL. as she
ivy a f.vrito, It I
to court xventthere
I Fun'iture C.tniUt Jeaus, cibiecti.! T. that .ud he 1IUfiUl'l', l'l" ilj.-.iircwiitudCOMMERCIAL dies of tie! in the eves. of the manied b.1 was. timE'- to go .- How do you manage to keep so youfig and taught her child to repeat his evening prayer"

Eng'iitb undiewed do. Satin; .. :iiini-trat: iPI. .- vi'lru'e. f t with a throbbing neari. i ncneve n xvife 1"VVelluiighttho 'I how little dreamed she that the holy word

I c.,1.i-ed CaultJnc'u
Emb" .ed \n..k l'Lkid thoiiid,. oC..ti.tlh' G.q1JIj3(rd1l. Tho Mund.ird I ha. one of I these ladies: when to and wife in her lonely' house should have given smiling ansxver the through memories of his ,
Iiiisl L1nt'Q Tici.iz- therefore receii. i in this di-partment the tol'n.ic"I..rn mv suiprise I ; {reclines and fullness cf my husband's lore, I own child nood; and
j j Romrxvhat:! to mv confusion. 1 found xvith! her )Lack to the man his hundred dollars, and re- his oxvn mother. And it
Dimity 1&tui5iu, O"'lal, Gentleman vim huh been keeps heart yet was so. Whata
enp7d: C..nwr'int jay
us a the green.
ouo- w- SCOTT A co. j.: Krpoitcr for; manv .H.ur. lie ,\picjuuin 1; it. r-hott identical !1lu.! ('nhC'IUf't." / whom I had Unfinished the can".. I took my J-eat. look. 1| --.- power there is in God's Word, as it flows

April 23, 1 c::. 16 :
Sat } 'f Jill th.' Ctiinmcicial flu"f'd! to her; }1im-i I the, I to defend. *
UB. '" < triunui-ti of the t Pitier) of us J etrave.l) anx rougup was I Holmes in one of his }poems, says, in a pa- .
Better Late than utt-k. Tlie acrurafx" of thi'he maII l reliedon. siirn, of previous When the timo for to speak S
Never.I lepnrts acqivi'iitanco( except hv ', came me my rcnthetical way, Tears were in the eyes of the wife and
AM to inform customers UK till') will be prepaied x\ith great c:ie bv one hluiin! tn 'tie! C'YI''Ilil heart died within mo. I ro =o embarrassed .* mother she lifted
happy aDd the public .f 1 l"ll\.t ( v"i i tlIl'(" ( teats peltinj: I JIv grandpa as her face, and gazed
pe.n'rallvthat I am n-iu leix-iving mv 81' ll\G j PeiMiiiK d.-mrin, the. Diily: Tri-W,><'kJy or Wwkly, ready, the lady of (the, house' went nut of the and dismayed, and tnmmered in opening my IveJ girls xvltcn! he was young." with a subdued tenderness upon the count

STOCK OF fSOUDS.; Th.e Good huxe 'Hxti nU-t I will pleunc forward their uiiiount of' S.iI.eri.ti.u..> to"L. room lo :ix-'eoOl" dirertioim and l. us cause. I went on from bad to worse; and No doubt of it ; for Holmes is a sensible] dance of her husband. Her heart was ,too

ted ith n great ith this care faet by the nu jniop xprienccd I intend kind.ifTering In thttnat enuOPCtnn -1 I W. bl'KAlT, Kdiiur. alone. Tleaxvns and enrth} what a situation I felt as if I was going doxvn hilL Just then 'I man,,and must have had: a sen ihle grandfath full for uUer' nc ."* A little while she thus

,paititiil'iilu fin catli. will. 1 trurt be au ill''lIce- obtiiiflfUTg who will act L'/HtilittuH. S (.. I would have triven, all the! pit'anee I was the public prosecutor a man of talents but I I er. All sensible men Ins girls when theyare g;l.tod. and then with a trembling joy laid

ftient for purcl ihers to Gill. My Block,'when till reOeived t 1 I Miilxx-i I dMTf, w ill \H> ItnH 't'tl 118 MU-Airentu dollar comrniiNoiu in nolieitinp worth to have been in the deepest! d*-Il of the somewhat r.'iigh in his practice, made a sar. 1 I young and when they are old too.S'e( her head upon his bosoiu. Angel were ut-

will eoiiistI.fall Staple J Fancy Goods, viz: i f"!r ei.h. l)ailv, and fifty cents fur each Tri,t'ckly or forest. I felt the necessity of saying some. rustic retnaik, ( on something '1 had said. It nppl_) the "old" to the men, not to the girls tbe chamber where their.dear ones slept and

I Plain awl Striped O..nabiirc*, Wrtl.lv' l3utll'C'litl'r. thiti!: in excuse for rny former rudeness; I was like an electric] ,sp rk, and ran tingling -mind you.) Girlhood is an institution they felt their holy presence.

ij hJlf'hc'fltt-r rlb }rough Stlipee! and Plijs, I May 28, 1853. l could' not conjure up an idea, nor utter n I through every vein in my body. lo an instant peculiar institution"-xvhich as lovers of I
i.ji1ai.esiw tripe.Jewtt Eeiaember.
, Citv nnJ 1 Ivtoton do. I Notic"'e.- \vord. Every moment matters were growing my diffidence w'as gone. My whole the union" we feel bound to cherish.. and lottbsome

-a.. 78. ."-1, 6-4 12-4 Shirting nnd Sheeting. IIEREDY forwani I worse. I f.-It at one time tempted; to do ns I spirit wn'a in nrm I answered with' prompt as to girls, large and small, we ,bold thnt no and Every State imuute of Penitentiaries
I n11I'crll"115 from trailing fur had! done when I had .hmSroesiUdr I felt the, cruelty of Prisons, was once a ioo
1'i\l.u. CA.e MId 12-4 Linen Sheetings, note rnadt tn JLinia '.* .(, by amrNexvrmn a robbed her.. of the kiss ness. and gentleman's family is complete without : sive and gende. "en-
.1iIit ttrirwd and Clu-rkvd mym-lf holt from the nnd take such ln'attack novice in my ntua- prattling child; and criminal
Liueiw room
GiU-hrixt, for Si-xctity DolUrc! !* first to .fight ; but npon them. Of little girls an American poet every
puyjib of who
1Bri.\ Ln..u and Linen Lit\, and dated5al.nut I chained the! Tlie' public made a kind ofapc.higy.This has expiated his crimes the
Hw next January, tl.e tirst of Ingt FtbniHry. was to spot, for I really longed tion. prosecutor .. says : upon gal .
}uy Bleached Duck Tlii note ww given fir a maic which did but to pain her good will. for a man of his redoubtable With lows, WitS once pressed to a mother's breast,,
and curls
Au d,). behiiv' ; to shill PeJidiek nad wluch he A length I vast ion. I renexved rosy cheeks merry dancing and drew from her bosom hUn'fegixing
a"S"ft'n.-nt of lepreseutej hi plucked powers, was a conc, ncur.ishim'ent. *
rrl! >t11 aud up conrape on seeing And of tender ligt.t.o '
GinO'hama, Ix bi when I him the note. eyes
Pnl'.t..J MUh gave But moral
Ewb'd th Ul tied UWIJ D. O. SA DERS. her equally confused with myself 1 mid xvalk- my argument with a fearful glow. carried very beautiful are little girls, training: wrong fnfla.

do Cadsdeu inz: desperately to her exclaimed the cause triumphantly, and the man was ences -and_ debasing examples their work
){l1ilin) and EtnVdEieh S1\'i., County, May 28,185S. SI 4tSherl1f' up : And goodly to the ighC
Bart.gt't R..e,, "I hnve be-n trying to muster lU"qnit Jt,. and transform endearing offspring to feroct-'
ltrip 'ILLId 1)l&i: up something And as to large girls--"big, bouncing shock
Solid ool'd! D4TI.gr of aCOure.\% .,and Sale. to MV, but l' cannot I feel that I am This was the making of me. Every bodywas girl"-what a pity it is that they OilS men, who hamanity by the 'fool.. -
Silk TiMUt and OrglUKI. White do. in a horrible Do have cnriont.to know who this new lawyer must soon ness of their guilt, sad'inoiistroay audacity ofr ,
Utuliu D'l J Cwiibric; Monday, the futirtbday' (f July wxt, In-ill ex. scrnpe. pity on me be ** women"-statly, matronly, queenly! their"crimes. Yet 'hew
; seldom
Flouncing*, ON and help me out of it'!" wnl, that had Suddenly risen ,r.th m, has One of
for sale irlun l-jral Lour, bef.ire the l. who
; < ""r woman, are only not
Linen and Thread angels because
DJpin, f,m, i t. 4iD; .ide; A. imile < .arcW the:. m* ,GE'le'I'l lit the very these direful transformations been elected.
Plain, EnId, aDd Se-llod I Linen of tIle Court House in Leou O-unty &event of
are not afd
C.lnbrie likfi head of Mali Siiar, levied M the played onset 'J'hOt .of 'debat .t'rte Inn on without the strong drink '
d< d< and Lac& nlen.1eev. iip-m prop- among the Mushe of her cheek. She torjr my nngels! I either, but .vastly more charming 'than .'. .' < Se -, '
Taffeta Satin and Bonuet city of William P. Cr /. pn tt
Ilibtjon, aM>rted. a ly glance of the eye any members of the host Wi.n y o b tear.
angelic that .
hand in favor u JMIM B. Gamble aud vtben we re.tnemt expired -
S Inre Miortmrnt of Fan*. Lndie PunuoU trIO. my a- that exprettfd a volume ot'comic 'recollec d wii.abRIIJ 9P I 1 kicktd hhooutofd" ori, for have deacon of sbrotherwo S
krelhi with general aMortmcnt of SI gI aaid' 'n tdinal .a..elre'.1A& with farorle teeD ia pictures elsewhere! : 'waaa Trjstsnmni
Hata,1Iard. ; we into A l Illugb and from .
HALEY T. LOCER.8hfOLCOIs that BDIIIPI NiL by profession. .
&r", Crockery Iron Ac,te. D. C. 'bmrdleMehte > '_ -
WILSON eD tion., Even, '
j moment all ray if
County.May went on well"Ping .No I thank '
April 6, 1&& H you .said he,. half.
28. 1812. 21 the od jovpnile cowg. nee was in toy U Hcnetty it the.beat -
delightful description which policy.'I, freat doze ; 'I've left my knife at .

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'Kail 'Xoftd ConTeBtion ia Tel .-.' 1.: It adds law than aabonr" to_ OM travel sod ItOO-'d rni i etc{& .:firm ir1.rvy._,""' li.t3a t.
.JB SAID.UI 4 AVANNAE again at an early day, and to discuss it in .
i. J'J'W & AQSi Marj aad Jao i rin<.
: that spirit of calmness and deliberation ,which Jflnrfoian fimritaLSATITBDAt. As the proe edinjf"o[ this eoorention art unit before '000 to the expeoae,of the route of her choice while i it on
_: to her $300.000 of material aid;our good will the eoe ., and to 1'snaiinl &Aad nr ApalaaheA
y tile kt examine the molt.. secure ,
its importance deserves. It is a grave question, pnhlks, M Uveryoo
:' Republican, June 18. nii idea _-..._ who doe M with cudorvOlU 'stmngly" tmprtMcd and heart; to co-operation n ateorinf oor'.tarter sod iti,J.8taf lae'w' o.Iu Yet.- r.o.adMriJ1Hljai ; >
and one which ought to be mat.rely e '
aai,. .
,Ui to tV adiarrttgta
t : RAIL ROAD Cac s. b those who .1.&LLABA.IXE: : with t so thitta: lit, TUtS faaaabbinmmeMbpropoeug Uw right of way to nor great Oali Port.i. poparriorl
all and
'fv il; editorial- correspondence of by parties, especially !their, to"buBd Rsllrasd iato SouthWestern tar- It gir ee direct aceee to the wealth and trade of .. rdkiea < lei' 'u t..that fW to.atecraosd
to invest in it largely of means. a .
t propose tlrtreef the world And tboa1d tdtirauoab tie-.
Saturday last we are plac- Jmre .18,.1853.. _. .' girt, fa such direction will favor in eztcnkn tlroogb Kiddie Florida sod will seeor a fair proportMO of h, of

i of a part of the proceeding 14. florida t.o d.dry of Pewaoola: sad 2d.,That,Middle instead of arooaing j jealoofles and botnhyby, rrrating etine Uwbooor now tendered her of bettor t5r-de
Front tie Daily Mominy J i*w, Jtnu rival line for 130 mile m aa enterprise> so noble aDd hberal. poawbry for
We learn that its, action T11HMS. 'Three Dollars per: ftm naif pkAo Florida ia ready to roeoorsge and co-operate beh this connection and running

and, .concluded- with great THE FLORIDA> RAILROAD COKTRXTIOX advance; $8 50 if paid' \rithin ear month tf the lime ,lit
On our first we publish sketch of the of,uUcriUoga 1400altt cad or tk yffJJiTerti I ? ';: be directed against aome other quarter, rather thaaagaimt .
!I .I thcrogh'the delegates wen-. page iiW' wiU..r. :teoflit witi ''the true interests of thi d ao pint 30 m l..apart.I.
Dollar of UliwtfcrfinV
witb.a&pitU of devotion proceedings, with the resolutions adopted by ctnenu, Oo per qutr l 4 *oat; Thin route to the State line will be a main trunk the Florida Cooventioo..
l lItailMd
for all 4n An- t8tuty aacn ea protcpecta cornea *
t And fifty C nta subsequent er0oQf. .
.. ,1 of their owii Stale, they man' the Railroad Convention u Inch assembled in DuuDcemtnU of candidate, five eacbtlrtgdeG tiap!leo with the East and South. of 157 miles from Savannah into East and South Flor The very abort time which that Convention eces.

i fecliflg towards Georgia Tallahassee on Monday last It will'be seen ,'be paid in advance. Religions, Obituary udM'. ;s vannah prone her sincerity, by withdrawing ida. By it she may be put in connection with Tampa pled, prevented a full exposition of ita plans ia all

that our anticipations hare been fully realized Notices, not exceeding 12 line*will be pmubgratia. miles of this 136 their bearing from aecompaojiog the published
i The spirit of the Convention riage Jtoa the Albany charter, and by pledging the city Bay at a Mai distance of 366 proeeeding -
!J the action of the Convention, in dictating 13 No certificates of the'publication of hj but it b not too late to have
) catholic. The resolutions by mile will be m conjunction with the Florida Railroad *, rarely the
j notice of will be given for S million of dollar to this work,to begin with, and
the of Florida tate or legal description
't l anti breadth of the State, the point at which people any of Company, actually requiring but 74 miles of eeparate fully eY1t.mnRd.aod considered fiteo in SaTanoah.
i their Central ,.,mtil the advertising fee in paid. __ by individual subscription near half a million be- 1

.. was f tally pmuaded that, consent for We us will to connect only remark that the idei She wa represented by two delegate (F. S. :i road for that purpose, with the advantage of pasting P.

r position of Florida to Railroad. from Savannah,' would bt- Appointment fur Florid-The following appointments BarUw and R B. Hilton Eegs) whose lurid expoettion very near the celebrated Mineral Springs on Suwnn The Weather and the Crops.

1'A a -necefefcity has uri route proposed Florida having been tod frank nee and) through the centre of Columbia ClOnt.y.nd
: t .great far out of a direct line to the Gulf, and are announced for as *, and manly bearing were above all The weather cuutinoe dry, and the country I fa ]&
her.with hih; \\ I. This is very should the Central Atlantic and Gulf itoad be extended
) certainly would not be adopted by those among made by the President: *.pi iti 9n of trickery or truckling. They candidly a- app bmning np. Since the 22J "f March there ban
We are.sorry. .to see, hoxvev James M. Gould Register-of the Land Offiee, St. vowejl her P reference of a direct route through the through to Jacksonville or St Mary,the line to Alligator ,
who direct di and those
us regard a or nearly a been but few *shower were only partial b
of the proceedings, that these x counties( Clinch Lowndes Thomas and Decatur to 35 miles, would be in common and leave only 39
connection with the Gulf the Augustine..Francis section not having had
reel as prime their fall some a drop of rtta
of Flor
important position of Public St miles of separate road to reach Tampa. \\gf And
Receiver Money
be attained the P. Ferreira, the junction of the Flint and ChatUboochee rims: but of
object by. contemplatedroad. since that time. The crop course, art most ,,
1 f mind of the Convention to stated willingness to meet rust tome "fair ..illt"the iu this place it deserve to be noted that the little defection no-
Augustine. r
to fix the point in tho middle We bare so often expressed our preference of the Land Office,, I required to enter Florida East of the promising, although good season may y et pmibly
Theodore W. Erevan!, Register State line, much farther East, (indicating the
for the line the best on
ahull their State straight as br.ng out and .sue the cotton crop. Corn i ia bejcnd
penetrate, Tallahassee. Nurph West corner of Hamilton County as her limit sh,jrtetw this distance nine milt, an 1 avoids re-croes
measures to be adopt : means to attain the great object in'iew redemption. That important crop i it almost total I
draw in tiat direction,) provided Middle Florida will meet ing that river whiclrtogether would enhance the expense
and to adjust all wayside interests by five bushels to the
YP. 'to control! our charE What is Said in Savannah. failure. Probably not acre wiQb*
f with of f for $120,000. -
a subscription
w7need there extending
>E road subservient to all these ing t them to a common center, that several of I averaged. We have observed that on the pioe lands
We in another column, froa our annexed
remark that The alternatives copy the road towards Pensacola. The tables will prove useful in showing
not now on the I is larger"and suffers less from the drouth than on
r faiily before our people. Savauuab exchanges, articles briefly responsive to On the other hand. Middle Florida, with great unanimity distances on the various lines of road projected into 'corn
of oar great enterprise, is are now Railroad Convention from vhich it tho better hinds. The fall of rain on the 8th mentioned
: The is one to be determined by action of our late has indicated her willingness to raise this East and South Florida fur the better elucidation of
j' AS direct as possible aeetpe.to be [ in our last was taken advantage of by ems
will be-.een that some disappointment. '
those who will be called to invest, their sum, ender the charter granted ,by our Legislature what u said above. Fort Harlee ia selected aa the
but we are willing to meet ; felt the line indicated by the ConVwtUt ru the_ to -pant! with the hope of at least making brndOl.ers
** We have either to accept tho terms at last ..inter for the Pennacola and Georgia Railroad point of junction, because it is on the line of the army
of Midd> Florida at a fair : money. fair point" in Hamilton Cuunty at which MidtllFlurida are waiting for another season Jo plant the
: offered by Florida, or fall back on the line to I stipulating for the ,Eastern terminus of that road on surveys for a Railroad across the Peninsula
.r point" on their boundary,! :otto. be fixed is willing to meet Savannah. We are quite Guinea Com for stocky How the thing 'iII end w.know .
the of the Flint and Chattahoochee the State line, East of ALipaha river in Hamilton FROM EAST Mil .
junction 1. A ST. MARTS.
# upon by them, nor by us, bat by a mutual agreement between the i certain, however, that when the people of that utj j not-but there is now every prospect of no provision
which would. be a compromise | ''uotp, with the understanding that the line of road To S3
lair consid Alligator -
by both parties, after a line ] shall examine the matter and understand it thoroughly { rrop. It U fortunate fur this section that New
of the whole' matter. It was this desire Albany and the Florida lines. That we recomtnenda- r through the counties of Madison, Jefferson, Leon and Southern bend of River .- 35St
oration should
the Orleans is -otherwise we anticipate
.f' I will readily acquiesce so near
r believe could be made to serve all interests, they Gadsden shall be .
far south their
of the Albany as as respective county Marys' Blab 36
.'1 on the part Jlie proprietors line could be built under the Savannah tious of Florida as best calculated to subserve the interests gren suffering consequent upon thia failure. As it ia,
and that recites, if it is found favorable and with the
Savannah control ground
and charter to not
and charter which we have no of all concerned. With regard to these fecowmendations ftiippircs can be obtained) at a mal! advance on the

N only our action, but our interests, that caused doubt would Albany bo freely ,surrendered for that we invite the attention of our Savannah ,. further understanding that East and South Florida 106i ; at which corn ord>nary sell ia this market
.' Savannah to abandon that charter; and oui shall be permitted to connect with it and extend other i 2. FROM SAME TO JACKSONVILLE. iNThe
t Ihe assignees fair and equitable cotemporanee, cue and all. to the communication f Charleston Cwuitr learru by the steamer Florida
j. friends in Florida 1 learn a lesson from purpose by upon Railroads further Eastward or Southward when I To Alligator, 35
may conditions. The objects which Savannah .' FBANKLIV," in tLie day s Floridian The article is from Jacksonville, tLat there have been copious
I the of that enterprise. We are no' expedient Jacksonville, CO
history has in view, are the most direct line to from tLe pen of one of our most intelligent citizens, shower throughout the East and that the crops were
discuss these proceedings It would be unfortunate if Savannah should
'f'.s, disposed.however, to the Gulf and a connection with the rich agricultural i. fully acquainted vrlth the subject, whose statements truly very promising. We hope this is true, but it n in the
tn especially as we have every rea- for a moment that these stipulations were inserted 95
-day, suppose
South Western information from that section. The Courier
districts of Florida and are entitled to implicit credit. teeth of our
1 eon to hope, that.,when the properly author- in the Resolutions of the convention iu any 3. FROM S.XE."loA FORT IfARLcz, TO ST. MARYS.
.1 Georgia. By the Florida arrangementwe The editor of the Courier will from FRAVK- learn further that "there are now seen there
see '
i iced representatives of both parties, meet to spirit of exacting further material concessions beyond To Alligator, 35
with the Gull field wLite.Wlth the
connection occasional cotton perfectly staple
the direct
Jose LixV estimates that he has the increase
make the necefsary arrangements, to unite South Western what she has eo nobly proposed to male. They are FiTt Harlee 30 I
of for but this it must be recollectedfU
d portion ready picking; -
a an important in the distance between the preferred line of
the interests of Savannah and Florida, they line designed entirely to disabuse the minds of F1ori'JiafUl, St. Murys, ;1)
the direct we can accomplish not from the year's planting but from
Georgia. By Sav.inuab, (to the) junction of the Flint and Chatta- present
and kindness .
will in the of candor conrammate -
spirit by proving to them that there is no sinister design,
all aim 111. rattoons talks of last year's g'O"tb,wbkb have not
t we or
mutual interests hoochee direct,) and the point of entrance indicated by
a scheme, by which our on the part of those who promote the present scheme, IoU the waiter
the Con 'eulion East of the The i increase suffered from frost during past which
will ,
andhich ( Alapaha.)
will be Lest
SleepNo to desert or sacrifice other important interests at home 4. FROX SAME, VIA FORT HARLEE TO JACKSONVILLE. forth new branches early in the spring.
j be to all p3rti t? mind should to ii but twenty miles instead of thirty.; But .Savannah put
: acceptable person of active try Great efforts hare bean.made to prove, or at least To Fort Harlee, 74

We are pleased to hear of the open and prtvtnt sleep, which, in such persons onl} b is voluntarily named. the Jforttr-W TOrrmwHantsiltcn impute such design, .Lich, after the action of tLe convention Jacksonville 49'I The Sentinel comes gracefully into the support of

undisguised course of' M f. Barton- in the comes when rest is indispensable to the continuance : County as a fair point at which spa would must now recoil upon their authors. A few the Railroad project AS reeoixmteniTed by the Convention .

convention, in preceuting the true views and of health In fact, sleep once in meet Middle! Florida:-the Convention's line only increases words will set the matter right xvreLe people of f 123 in session l last week. We are rejoiced at this

of Savannah. His course here, is in, essential the existence the length two nalcs, while there is now contingently 'I
is entire
feelings twenty-four hours as to Savannah.The 5. FROM sun TO TAMPA. I first because it secures a union t>f our people

perfect coincidence with his open and manly of mamalia: as tlie momentary respira subscribed iu Hamilton County more than money privilege reserved! of connecting oth.T roads To Fort Barite'a and Fci>n<]lj because it amounts to' a withdrawal of

tie conduct in all his public acl"e have our tion of Ire&b air. The most unfavorable condition enough t*, pay e\ry dollar expense of this small I with the one proposed! was 1 promptly accepted by I Oala, 43 i 1 the qM-ist; endvrir.tnt 'given by that print to tie

interests to subserve and while Savannah difference. After all, however, this of'route I
own_ for sleep cannot prevent its approach. both the Savannah Delegates, who declared that she. slaakroos a'e,Hors of the Florida RepuLlisan a-
the best towards Florida be left to lx determined the and tLe Fort McClure, or Warm Springs C4 '
feelings must
.' Coachmen slumber 0\1 .tht coachesand Ly surveyn i I would not only hail all such connections or cxtent>i..ns. Tan, t ga!ii t "oc.e of prominent prints and adliig men"
still, we would have it understood, that their (horses while soldiers fall asleep votes of the stockholders. To that tribunal all parties r
t couriers on but was herself most anxious to extend Le r Railroad I'r t>f tee )L.l.ie wc\ fh-ai \x-fniilof.. advocated the
she did not iu her convention as a battle amidst all the will be obliged turn, to adjourn it. Pe.idijp I
appear the per ( i and
on communication far down into our Peninsula.! paa! ad"pred by be Coaret tioa DOW supported
ro liaat. and tho tumult of that, settlement, we hope that neither Savannah nor :5.1 :
; PP noNe of war- I
artillery '
The ta SfTitintl. W :
stipulation requiring the line of road, through I bj qcote+
"'-" the retreat of Sir John Moore, severj Florida will abate one jot of their zeal in pushing the 6. FROM ST. MARTS TO CZDAR EETS the
During Middle Florida to be run as far South as the County Tez Rirtxo C reported work ahead. Our energies should not be wasted in I Via Fort Harlee and Fort Clark. 141 be
From Ihe Cawier, June 12. j lal of the British soldiers were I i S'-'ites, if the ground is eligible can excite no alarm pr CT--izs-s tiC f venti n in full. It will seen
have fallen asleep on the march, and yet tl ey fruitless jars about a minor point, while the great object 7. FROM JACKSONVILLE TO CEIIAR Gil:. ti it tie k#p"rt.rod Re r-luti"n9! declare in favor of
On ia Saramob, when it is known that Tallahassee itself! ,. .
THE TALLAHASSEE CONVENTION.- our continued walking onward. The most \io-i might be in process of certain accomplishment: by Same route I..) c#pttc tLe pr"pjsiti,nii made by the city f Savao.nab.
will be found that portion oft is within 12 or 13 miles of the Georgia line, and that acri reo-onj ni that the jonctK of the road
'" first page ta-day lent passions and excitement of mind cannot i ready and harmonious efforts towards cumpastiag the Thus from the proposed Eastern trtnln: ,. of tL. riYf'r. and
the editorial of the Georgian, the other County Scites lie fill "srtr. If. therefore be m the State Inw. east of the Alapaha

t t '1 which embraces correspondence the of the action of} preserve even powerful minds, from slecp-; needful means. Railroads are built not by resolutions the road u to traverse Middle Florida at all, it could Pnsa<*ola and Georgia. Railroad to AlKgitor, S3 ter r..te thence through the "couiies i of Madison,

purport thus Alexander the Great slept on the field but by incniy, and tLuse who furnish the Utter, willexercise I miles! would be in common b.,tu la the nearest ports Jftr<.u, Leon an>! Ga<'!.cden, as far south aa their respective
the late Railroad Contention at hardly be intended, in good faith, to have it run northof "
Tallahas6Pf'.t of Arbela, and Napoleon on that of Auster- a controlling voice iu settling the question of onthe Atiiitic.and! to unite at Fort Harlee +ith the connty sitr!,if practi'l1LJt'.
We are frank to that we do the route proposed, \Ve {yarn from tl.g Floridian that the Committee
.+ litz. Even stripes and tortures cannot keep route. Florid Railroa to Tampa Bay or to Cedar K?js.- .
Admire either the tone of tho report, or the ] The slight change of route, from the North Wet ; Trpre u)3JimtJ\lc in their request that tlie Rep< rt and
off sleep, as crin.inals have been known to The Georgian of the 15th contains a lengthy} article This, would leave only arty mi es of separate road to R 'latiotis be apopted 1: and that they were ratified
provisions of the resolution Georgia can: corner of Uiruilton to a }M>iut on th" State line castof
| sleep on the rack. Noises which serve at in notice of the proceedings of the G-oveution I be built, on the nearest line to J Jacksonville or 70'' with but two dieiUinj voices
+ i sever consent to meet Florida as far East as firtt trt Ar'ivavy afopp CAAH lwprvmr i.. w1t.ti AUpaba river, is indicated by the Convention because It is well known to the readers of the Sent me?,that
, miles tSt.
WMUL ofepace us from transferring (to yard s. I'
lUlU uinie \*' can prevent
+ sun Aiinpmia appreciatethe dispensable to its existence ; thus a while it adds only two mils to the length of I this paper has always advocated the Central Atlantic
kind and feelings of our southern stagecoach our columns. The editor, with sagacious foresight, The whole distance by this route from Peosacolato aud the question "
all others on
generous to change horses wakes the road, it is believed to be on better ground, and makes and Gulf Road before
neighbors, we must beg them to abandon applauds the point designated by the St Marys would be 375 mile, to Jads'-mille 3C4 between the Savannah and Brunswick routes, bas favored -
The of iron Convt.1tion.-\ the road accessible to all of tLe ant to I
\ parts County
ell such idea. passengers. proprietor an forge, We say again," says he, that if the mile, or ",J/ fvetee Mile further than by the route I the latter. And lire reasons f r !li5! opinion
who slept close to the din of hammers, forges, the Upper and Lower Mineral Springs. The road i is fully set forth b the Ed.
and prettv !
t The object of Georgia in making this rte line of Florida from the St. Maiy's to the that wouU be selected for the Centrc.1 Gulf and At- rcefrences wrre
and blast furnaces, would awake if there was 1'crdi-1 obliged to cross the Alapaha is two fold viz To del ,lo, were at our di" al, there is ,< lantic Railroad. of
'; great improvement : interruption to them during the night ;- p t j 11It t-o that the change offers no. new obstacle. This line will The Gmvention, it seem,after a full diTnsMon
i-U.l rein P a the resources of the country, and to any for tLe entrance by Railroad from Savannah as tJmtJ If davarjiah urges forward her communication te, the subject, held a different opm.'n, and came almost
and a sick miller, whit had his mill stopped also! be clear of the Otee-fi'no-tee, as th/re i is a com-
construct a greaf nalional hi buoy. She is which tho Flondians, with au eve to their own iuttrohU Tampa by a junction at Fort Harlee_with the FIrridaRailroad unr.nirjcously to the above decision.The .
on that account, passed sleepless nights until mon country road still ea.-t of it. There i.t already} ailwiripliou practically,we apprehendis to geta
<, not disposed to pursue either object exclusively have offered us." In this jnqiiahfied approval as before indicated in that cage St.Miry'sj! great point
i the mill resumed its usual noise. tloni. in e ; contingent on the change more than sufficient road built, anal in succe ful oper.antx. It matters
', ; but rather, to make the one subservient the Georgian wisely Io.,ks to a l" n'r jffiiir.ble intercourse n.n Le reached, from Alapnliain 14"{ miJo',au.! Jacks little where from ,'r a hither it goes, if
t' the Illiad make it And : i it comes
f I I elegantly represents sleep as ox-er- to the tnflit g ahEli..n' of length very
'r to the other. If in opening a direct route with the }I'cniiKula of FK/rMi, "emlraciM !. ,a\.ile iu 122 mile, irtlhout building a tinle mile i it '?m culy Le fairly started, and actually working.-
1 coming all men, and even the gods, except. and to the Pen'occl.i road niore
'.* between the Atlantic l and the Gulf, that will Pf.rhaJ.," says if, in icsny pccta.lhe uiost delightj,j expense ure thalli rf.ri,*Tule rood Eat of ft Al"jmf This vould open O-iee let the pt'pl beta realizing sn8e" of the
: ing Jupiter nlone. compensated by reaching a pint most effects of d mud well conducted ant if th,p are
-4-r be shorter and ) IE'd than | a eo"
ful! the
more universally region tun ver shoue I I Railroad communication from Pensacola throughto
The of time in sleep is not upon. and build and all others
I. length passed future extension into the peninsula. It ia a small concession not ready willing to any
-E a'I l others. If she can, at the same time, ben the' 1 for all it varies in different The article of the Gturyinn is powerfully written' St. Marys or Jacksonville, and not increase the time be necessary or desirable, will be because human
samo men ; I to heal ditiion in Florida, East Flo-ida will may
efit the land holdeis and residents along the and different( but it and must exercise great influence with those in Saauuah .' of Railroad! travel as much aa three hours. nature in Florida i is a very different! thing fomhun.an

If t ;, line, she will do so \\ ith I pleasure; but he individuals from tho ages time; cannot in \ who have scanned the whole 1:. I see tLat the present plan loses tight in no one partic- To prove yet more clearly that the plans of the Convention tutors iu the balance! of tLe w r r'd.
be determined passed Convention
cannot he to abandon .1 ular, of the sul>tt intial! benefit proposed by the Central We hope to see the recommendations
expected a great national sleep, relative to ihcVrcng'h' or energy of We feel called upon to noticene reMark: made Ly Gulf and Atlantic Railroad, but rather insures its are breed upon no *elg j"b or narrow policy ,f speedily carried into tfltct It U time to quit
for the of tub-
i thoroughfare, purpose we will briefly touch on their relation to some other I j jpjiuta
of the mind. From the ',Glrcan. and little
the functions body or | Rrp That Iahersaya- speedy completion, -while it the prospect of an talking try a
i li opens
local interests.
t serving mere and interest* iu Middle and West Florida.
I six to nine hours is the average proportion The resolutions rompas the length 'nol breadth early connection with the South, down to Cedar Keys Abroad.
We will that the of from
1 i -.t. not suppose people I yet the Roman Emperor, Caligula, slept only the State and tlie CUllvf'nliunu fully" persuaded The port of St. Marks lies 23 miles from Tallahassee Interesting Intelligence
Railroad the
Florida are so unreasonable, or 1 patriotic, as that owing t<, the relative or Tampa, by means of the Florida steamerreached New Yt.'rkoo bit allay
\ ;'c three hours Frederick of Prussia and Dr. : position o f n"rida'ttl there I already connected by Railroad, and therefore The Fari ftc
i rit to such sacrifice at the hands of ; t">f the Union, a teat hoe stock of which has already nearly all been taken. abroad.
require necessity from
< any John Hunter; consumed only four or five ; arisennytn wlhin 251 milts of Savannah. This offers the nearest last, with late and important intelligence
the stockholders in this I rtabher with highwajs.. This i is all'cry well. torl I The following table of air-line distances carefully
.; great enterprise the outlet to the Gulf of Mexico. TLUliarbor The between Turkey and Russia was threat
hours whilo can now difficulty
1 Scipio slept tri
in'repose, great ;
are .
Railroad fixed norry see however.:'a t this !t age nf the pfcmlingg. < taken from late of Georgia, and Florida will
routes aie not generally by resolations during night. A rich and lazy citizen will I that these imprecision of the important po- maps be entered by sea steamers and other vessels drawing coin g. The Russian army. 100.COO strong had bees
but the which at the I how at a glance the different lines of road proposedfrom
t 1" by votes are slumber from ten to twelve hours daily. It rift,;a of Florida swayed the mind -f the Guivpntnnsr 11 feet water and the entrance u 1 is supposed may be con -eutrated on the Turkish frontier.
1 disposal of the! stockholders. The resolutions fir as t/, lend it tn fix the pint i', the Middle: District Savannah to Pensacola : Prussian and AMi -
rs during infancy that sleep is longest andmost greatly improved at no very heavy expcu e. The Minister of France. England.
+ passed at Tallahassee! would seem to refer where) vf shall, ptnetrate their State, andalso to 1. THE LIVE PRETERKED BY SAu!u JflttS. tria had made attempt to reconcile the parties.
a joint
Women also
t >, profound. sleep longer recommend meaSured l, The city of Apalachicola ia within ten or twelve i
j the whole matter t-> that tribunal. If such e adopted by v than men, and younger men longer than old. pert contiol our ctrl to nuke our road subservient To Doctor's Town, on"the Altamaha 06 hours run for steamers of a large class, from the point
be the fact=if it be the purpose of Florida ble. So the former left
i the and Sleep is driven away during convalescence t all these Thence to Wareboro 48 where the Railroad will probably cress the river say I The Ottoman fleet has been sent for. T>! Porte
in of
to meet Georgia spirit fraternity after a long sickness, by a long fasting and We may not fully understand the Kefmlliean, but Troupville, 57Tbomasville 273 miles from Savannah. This city is the shipping dispatched courier to Egypt for troops. Albas Pasha .

1 equality, if it be understood that the question abuse of coffee. The sleepless nights of old i if it is meant by tile phrase"our chartrr" to say that 38 l hurt at present for 160,000 bales of cotton, besides has already as Minuter of War. sent couriers to
be left b, determinedby wirfik
t of route is to open to age are almost proveJ.,ilil. It would appear the act passed by the lost General Assembly of this Junction of Flint and Chattahoochee, 52 other produce of Florida Georgia and Alabama.St. every Ottoman Province calling out all the
the instruments and the stockholders of the
.,", then we assent to the action of tho Conoenlion. that carnivorous animals sleep in general longee Stale belongs t Savannah, and that we of- Florida Andrew Bay lies within 88 miles of Tallahassee resource Nothing* i is known Empire.of the whereabouts of the French-

f, may than the herbivorous, as the superior activity .expect to control it," then our is both Fleet kept s
cotempmr 251 un direct line, or 319 from Savannah. Or i if Fleet, and the orders to the British are

I4 1 I- Savannah however consent to of the muscles and senses of the former I wrong and right I is wrong t lok upon .act in i Thence to Pensacola, by the mouth of Es- the Pensacola line be used for 68 miles from Tallahassee profound secret.

can never mOle especially to require the ligh of the of for is not cambia Affairs are regarded as very critical 1. nevertheless
abandon the interests of the people of seem repair.j-Sri- property Georgia, such it River 155 and a branch of 32 more be taken fr m it the matters settle down quietly without a general

Lowndes, Thomas, Decatur, Baker and adjacent etittfic American. -but it is right t say that Florida expects f to control whole distance from Savannah to St Andrews will be war. may '

'4. counties. She pats equdis'ant it for the very good rca that floe ael it h-ft- 406 331 miles.: Here there is one of the finest harbors on CunlA.-Pnnte accounts received at London so--
r: between them and the rich (lands of Florida A THING: WHICH EVERY FARMER SHOULD I passed by her Legislature primarily for the: benefit of 2. LINE TO N. \F. COEXEK or HAMILTON Coomr. tile Gulf, having 19 or 20 feet water at the entrance pounce that Nantin< had fallea. It is also stated that

I K.ow.-If you wish to drive a cut nail into i people. Middle Florida n asked to subscribe$300, the British Commissioner Wad refused to allow British
r, on the South. She may consent to take both 1 seasoned oak timber, and not to- have it hEr 000 under that charter, and is it her :I Same route to Waresboro, 104 with a beautiful pine bluff of table land aboundingwith vessels to go up the river with stores or ammoniticH

1; into her embrace and become the benefactress I breaker bend just have a small quantity of unreasonable i Thence to State line, 62 I springs of pure water for miles along the Bay. f.r either party. The Imperial Commissioner i had

: of built Indeed, this is her true 1 policy i iL oil and, the nail before d.ving,1 t express a preference for she ha done n more, as and extending back into an interior of high, healthy hired the Portuguese fleet to relieve the city, bat it "
near by dip I the at which Savannah la to come in sod share was captured by the rebels. An appeal was then
it should reasons tot pint land
and potent '
;, require very : pine country.
and it will never fail to go. In mending, Its I 166 made to the English. French and American Consols
I induce, ber to swerve from that pUl'posc.I I carts and plows this is of great"advaulage, i 1. t Thence to Montia-Ho, -. 37 The parties interested in the Brunswick Railroad Three English teamer-were"sent antf dI6 )114tteb;'

1.. We. are happy to learn that, notwithstanding i for they are generally made most W oak By the Jams L. Day we have New Orleans pa Thence to Tallahassee 26 speak confidently of extending it to Tbomasville in frigate Ca"iteo, The American Commit -

t; the tone of the report and resolutions, wood.In straightening nails before using per t the llth. The obliging Clerk "'i please accept To junction, of Flint and Chattahoochee, 40 South-Weete a Georgia, and thence to Florida on the Marshall undertook before to Nankin.place the'The American result i* not

'44, ,- the r accommodating spirit was manifested let it be ,done on wood, and with eas) blows.If our acknowledgements for theee favors. Same.route to Pensaoola, 155 one band and to Albany on other. This road may known.Suujuthannak. Com. Perry had dispatched the Plymouth

1'V'j.' by the entire Convention. Indeed, we done onjron they will be sure to break. We are glad to see that the Day bad a fair freight connect with or intersect that proposed from Savannah to Shanghai..JagtUnr.Godey'

leave no doubt that after the organization for Pensacola and Key We from the 424 with a line of 30 or 35 miles at some point 70 or

j' has been completed; and our Florida WHAT HOPE DID.-It stole on its pinionsof Bulletin : Weat quote 3. LrsE or THE Coxvzsnox 75 miles from the latter city ; and it earned throughto i Ladj' Book and Arthorll '

friends understand more fully the true pur : TO xxm. FLORIDA intersect Tallahassee. Home Magazine for July, ail in receipt The flnj t
1. Thomasville connector at
snow to the head of disease ; and the suf KEY WEI xxn PENSACOI.A.-Per steamship J. L. EAST or ALAPAHA RIVEK. may again

poses of Savannah, they will yield h hearty : ferer's frown became a smile-the emblem of Day-8 hhds sugar, 99 eke bacon., 500 eta com, 100brla'fl For if it i ia ever built to the State line. these monthlies(Godey*,)ha a world-wide repotatr '

i' co-o P oration in the construction_ of any route :. and endurance.It ,> 25 do coffee, 100 do tat 127 tale whiskey, To Doctor1 TUWD, as before, 56 Florida will certainly meet it there. But should it It is improring.in the quality of its matter. *** 0e '

which bo regarded as promoting the peace 150 cIa 200 bagging, 31 pkgs mdse. To State joe Maguios is
y may went to the house of mourning-and rope ps 101 stop at the junction or intersection first named it will ery y ear's U. Arthnr1 Home

J .; great interests of the country. from the lips of sorrow there came sweet andcheei : The Steamer is now commanded by Captain reduce the distance from the Atlantic to the Gulf on comparatively a new periodical havinghad a being
s; It must }be plain that the proposition to enter fui songs, 157 each and all the lines spoken of from Savannah, at omething leas than twelve month. its editor u wet

;! Florida East of the AlI aha, destroys entirely TrcsCa.The To Malil ft tIn of
P 24 known of the beat aDd tory
n It lnid'its head upon the arm of the poor Work least forty mi/ *. as one,
:, the national character the enterprise.It To Tallahassee ri1 W"1*
man, which was stretched forth at the com 50 Other views and combinations of interest might be this country. His name to the MagaziM
will add thirty miles to the length and half The peoplo of Savannah we determined to lose no Thence tame route to Pensaoola { ..
J. mand of unholy impulses, and saved him from 195 multiplied. but chic communication is already longer for it an introduction attrt hero. _
a million to the cost of the road. It will( enable time in preparing fur active work on the great route
disgrace and ruin. than at first designed. The ie i of the ]
subject one
other routes to compete with this, as destined to unite the Atlantic with tie waters of the highest cr B uhoM for May the North BiWA
il It dwelt like a living thing in the bosom of 426 importance, both to Savannah and Florida-ALL s
e the great thoroughfare between New York Gulf, as tho following paragraph from the Gtyrgian e'sod the Edinbwg Xnin, rem Leoaard
tho mother, whose son timed long after the ,. Oa CoNTumox aornt TO STATE LtIrLAe FLORIDA it is by no devrfd of interest to
and N. Orleans. Can it 'I. ; aoj means ; 10 will *
in *
supposed, reaon abundantly exhibits: A Co'*,reprint, have been jir
1 promised time of bit coming; and saved her in No. 3 to Tallahassee the entire South- to the commercial world.
1 .that.Savannah would put a jnilliou and desolation and the care that SUEVET BerojiD TBX A tr AM AH A.-Thii. 'ngipeer 231 nay, the entire sett these valuably M-printK.indo. ir -

11 I, a half into airenterprite that would be thui from It hovered!about, the head J of the p tbe tar,' Thence to, Aspalaga or Rock.. .,.Bluff 42* FRANKLIN.Nuta.TheaboratuiiclewupnperedwitLoutaoceea. with i the above. the London Qosrterly sad UmimaterBeviawa. Wietri
I y of line W road frttmBavjnjpa*to.4Jfi Eucbceanna 'It
misdirected tWe do not believe that the very a nYt1eAthis ; 65 JLddnss Leooord Scott A.Co,
had become the Ishmael of society ; and l led for, the b V if the
city yesterday evening west *, Milton .
.J Flotidians themselves would ask loch a sacri 60Eacanlbi. to Savannah papers of recent date. It'ia to be re Fulton ttraat. New York.Judgt .. .
him onward to works which even his enemies Altamaha, there to resume their labors ia the prosecution .
lr. fice mofih.leM' that the stockholders would of their work to Florida in the direction' tit; thft 13Plol&COla. gretted that any of them should hare pre-judged av.

t" think of making It. praised. maiden| from the of Middle District.. We rejoice Unit ibo ubdert klug i is 12 condemned the action of our Convention,before they are of At Eatltr Ctremt.- W* are rejc !

J W. 'are Happy to learn that Mr., Bartow death It ,snatcncd and went a with an old man to Heaven.jaws in hands no admirably qualified fur its acoompUtmeot fully informed of all the reason upon which that action I see that Judge Fonrird' it winning g Jden

1 did not conceal from the Convention the real No brother. Have it" 423 i it baaed. It is rare to meet with ufficient candor from the people of the Itma' Circuit W. ar

l views,and purposes of our people. He told Beckon hope, it on my good aide. Wrestle with-it Major General Riley, of the U. 8. Array, died recently From these taoles it appear that the route prtftr- to admit emv in the opinion to which a man following ootioe olhimia & .Jacbo' *. ,
Buffalo New York. .Be
: them' plttiuly and candidly, that while Georgia that it not depart It at ;WM a gallant' soldier rtd by Savannah fa only 18 miles Ihurtertb.m thence stands publicly committed-
eutertaiued the mod kindly and fraternal paius. may Life is hard enough/nay at repay best-your but ; having' served with distinction' 'in tba,war of indicated to the North-West cactus of Hamilton, to retrieve the efleets of lath error by hear 1"poUi. The ." oratJol.th.* '=
tI and the with ) creditabU boat Ikamaehet r t.rrithh
1812 ,war Eiea H. afterwards highjr to
19 was :
b'Sr feelings towards Florida she did.not appear hope shall lead, you ovei its .mountains and by President Polk Vitae provided Middle Florida will meet, than with a ubcriptioo tog the eaoM onee denounced. Ift however, tJafte'pa. County Theytxpre ed theft ptjlil--:, r

i;;1' there ,at a supplicant She bad her own sustain! thee amid,its billows;; Part with all appointed snd called the Military. Governorof of 1800000. It also appears that the Convention pers will be liberal enough to re-pabUh the above gaiOT,to the cfcl oat gaW ausaxmt 01, for
California famous
i purposes to'subserveshe sought to become beside-but_keep thy hope.. i84tthe 'ObovenUpa that line add but'two miles'more ; and that all article;, end J'. doe not lOfteD their own opposition, 1. Tbsy .pokToa ada' l.ol.biI '" .

;i i'! the fur and honorable competitor for the adopted.,IaNOrtdrbOr'-a ,' :'.eoottitatioq{ which ita requirement mab.JDf' by,adding only MM. their reader si least who hare no pride ofeeosb Judge Forward, who bJ tbs way.teouitie"m tleeraa.;to, td

JI J rich products of 8oa1psnlAnd Southwestern t Or Sum;for the boys-If a newspaper was abmitt4xl to Coagm sod' ; by tfcf s a st that fee it miles to the preferred rook teney mafa tay wD see that Florida' has acted aeitberwhimsically eDplMral. satistlaetiao whsrerer all ntonodtM N. g'001"' wtth Wi

y,, t':1.' G.oriiand Floridahoped: to be diet {in editor stops the press to announce what body eotiM iMDt thereon, ip 6pt her; >"15!.' Cali.fomis Tb inducement*b ld,out to Savannah adopt l tie air with a narrow salaahneas which overlooks bare eomssaadmg'hDJiIMdaU.tteleds eted,.. ; w a..

; name in which she would he do if it was a,, f =Boston wsVadoutted, o into fun tnewbejifcip ssOM" of" fine all defeat the scheme' of h' and t- oour',,
If: the spirit(= eamI ponup i proposed bl the Coo tatioo nay,be wmmed op | or at great Atlaotie and his naRareritg ms4b !. -, '

} 't It It our! purpose, /lo revert to thle ,sobjoc Paid. N the, UaltecJ- 6tteet I t Jtbni J' I and Gulf connection. But that on theoontmT.tbe .s wrsesBua.' ; -

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Editor Flor&an *$* Journal: Fourth ui juj.- t- ; The Friwfr pf ttrai'Hoo. THOMAS '-J :Di'-Gdi: .,;

f ASk WazJ punished in tberjUibj At meeting of the ehizwu i-f TallabMtee,beld ttbeHouroclluitte A;CARD.-I feel Ued to appear to the eolurnus BALTZEU;- '
In ti* **** oomp prweatfhi oamt. tbe |w |le eItbe TUST received, per J.AKDd KfJ /- **:>

SrutineJ of.tbe ?th iiiht,, )he wiye,. /1 1 uo Friday, June 17th iSis, it WMiuianinimiBry iif a oewaimperno a cvbjeet wiudi furniebed4i I boped, bacT State a> a Candidate far Chief Justice of tbe Supreme Printed Lawns, TwiBed Bagginf, By2-
( ." .'4 1* bsrn pt *t rat. U'by testimony >e 8 wiw Muslin. SbMtiofa, 10
iiiqaii'e yvh it.is that Gout t7tfii1fclitiai ,
tq I
iUjMttt-finJuw-fiere to-mk BltcUoa Oetober _.
Legislature,-it wa not Jboglit proper any : iwtt. J. -
Cbeekered Striped Oanaburgi, 6 *lN bIDWUItJsIt15131es4zowueetIii1s
in ftiwimniTV'it1 nwni' our community, K tlved.That. P. Aruaker.'foq, be aad be egat g Lii 4st ia" ft IDdfldby'the Berlin Cerer,Jur Bwoeta, Pbun. do;

,Jigveso *nii.i'lr mivco'-ccived tinL .lien-by requested t'! deliver an Ortirn.st the Capitol, t4I2e'altoaJ.Mdpoa.1wpud. '': rL.1eLffi :. : ,I* lCnMWto Netting CotonaJcB, 4e. psEui Id$41awhtMg1., -' .
&ige.Bl4flIO : the )_ o1 tli.44 fit tie? 4th July ncit iu wiunienvration: i>f the everrioii be. -vV TOEO.'W.: : scorr* co.
with 'the' -J irg tlativi/MtKinV/ were H **' "*** tht& 'WW.A.twQ IIOas. BUGGY, and dwi-
!_ J'esicuLi :uitl G c
fl'iart1llr' ; ) t '" if Ik' ilt' I I. amof then I;;c. tluit body .Tv timo.y wa furuwhod the Legislature,* *i -fl rwtiirrrwill b>.Mld very Rir, 'L- bURNETrS PATENT WATER COOLEHS, and

'i4in3r wJri *.t! i be .did i ot co-operate Relr.'d. That; Jom! B. Galliniilh. Enq, be request that J. ji Madi* \ *. w c n<4 lb? KHlBor of the jrywieih* bad Wthrejl 8.P >*r o fc*. M'i.. .," 4t 4, CEO. W. SCOTT 4 GO'S
itli tb'w Ml0 "'; ; .ttd,obLiutiev It But eI and luviiej *to rest! the PocUrntion of ludepoai "- tlmf officers of the Bute transcended(their limits j.o T_.p -'Sr .- 7f ', r T -" !' *-* .f- '
Jimer4i8U .. S 22 ; .
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H'TT-Ljljtf Jj.-t\\erytt.lhc lull, he ht s CettaiuhII ia f-uumttvune frry'shires wiuewes before Grand 1SOICC IT < g- -'

lyfpn it* i iirt'JiiiniMJt endoiser, and that is sum.jttIt Jl folfd. That the Mawr.ir Fraternity tbe Indtrcte.t Jury and a terwardg in i scin;certificates to paj tliero OTS 6b t >! CppL>BacK; (after a of 1120 Acres of First Rate Land. to 0 ps ps6uttonade Bd1d a.. rted, I

( i 'V p''se.it puij oe. It was not OrJerof Old Fellows, the S'Hi8 'f Tempera fir their time of lit eiuhutcc at Court Tbefle certifi- AJ passage .
r .
of 40 LAND duck
: upward daya,) just received, which wM 1 1 On ACRES OF FOR ALE, situated 2 p. Military :
"v k'1l1 a'-v' one Slifiuid' hnve niiscon.a' ee. an-I 1 the Dmtl.crh'XHl if the Union; be and arc entes I refused to sign, as the sums were made.payable be-sold/v )by tLe quaVjty at Newport. JL JL t\J in Leon County, Florida, six and a 2 pa Brown Lben dock, '
result o'f
to the slaves! to their order. The
." '>out' this' ">ntt'rHail uijv JK>. hereby invited and requested to join the citizen geu these with iir shown D.'LADD. half miles north of Tallahassee, in one of the best 2 pa Planters Linen,
proceedings my negroes was fully Jane 18 1853. in the State. The Land is first 6 brown linen -
Newport asserted -
iunfuvnri"( I to this charter been 24 neighborhoods quality pa plain > -
re.ftrItd ally in on the oeciMua.Revived to the Legislature. thene facts I based the
cltinn procession Upon propriety
for Cora and Cotton besides 6 brown lion drill assorted .
possessing advantages pa plain *
n ts 'it Jili i iiflIKIIt| j'l-rf'iiiif, it could have* been That Eli P. Moore, R. A. Shine, John c&U.iig ou the Legislature for the remi siool Notice. for Stock, Fish and Game over any other plantation in 3 pa linen oraaborgt, -#, -

,. ..ih| tsCt.Ilij1Jtd ; ij l/ol. \ 8rd4l1l.t'j is now Thomas and J. 1' Towiisend, EMJ*., be and are hereby my fine.I |N obediance to a decretal order pasted and entered the State. I am anxiona to sell and will certainly sell 10 pa Florida S- L brawn shirting, ?-V *
informed member of the
fItst liii' to IetrII that lie [tJ tljd zio: was by H Legislating i. at a bargain. Call and w wont quarrel lOpsEIdodo do do ""
examine <
imitrd and requested to act as a Committee of Ar- that one Mr. Buddmgton, a member of the SenaU, onthe 9th day (March, A. D. 188, in tbe Circuit : :
0.nl'erflt' wjIlI tJJS&' 'tVIfl SflIgIaL und oh.! stated in bis opposing petitkio, that fee Court of the Middle Circuit of Florida, sitting b said about the price. ROBERT H. HALL GpsPaloAltztS.Ido do >"
laiigenaeute. argument my June .
U'bc' lie dd for the County of Gadadeu. I shall offer fur sale at 4, I8L 22 tf 2 M 10-4 bloe Alandak abetting, ,
; b1\\f ; ue n.it painse: to was nequaiute I with me. and that he had lived in ny1ncighbuihiiod
D. S. WALKER President.
:\ Bleached of all w&dt1 sad
t abiztinga
outcry before the Court house in he town of prices q.i& .
Hi* I Icttt-r cert iii iMjy for the fiiEtti.'Dtlio i Sill was acquainted with the cirruri.fUncca .- public Valuable Plantation
g G. IL MEGIVNISS For Sale. ties. .
Scnlny.A .1 difficulty. If the gentleman was ev Huhjey. on Monday, the 25th day of July next, between '
i'ilbrniatiDn that )lie my
te I? or anj otlu-: S S as qiiHiiited with me I must say I neveV had any a- the hour of eleven and twelve o'clock, M, the PIlE subscriber offers for sale his VALUABLE 8 pa Brown Hoiked, '?

> rrgit1i. l ;>ie ns the dnwer: or ;idvu.il'iaf flew tnenerfor Uncle Tom." The New Or. quaintaoce w.tb him. I'' may have seen him, but following described real Estate, belonging to the Estate 1. PLANTATION CONTAINING C8O ACRES. 4 ps White do -

jlint J.ill. 1 will here sUitf for the inoftltoe leans Leila has come to the conclusion that Mrs. Ilar- never to my knowledge have I lived in the same of the Ute Robert E. Gibson deceased, viz: Lots It is shunted twelve miles east of Tallahassee, between 11 pa Irish Linen, assorted, '- 'a
number hundred and five hundred and the St. Augustine and Miccoeukie roads and <0 dot plaid and striped bdkft. aasorUd, tW
who have *'inisconpvive l"I rut Beecher Stowo is not the author of Uncle Tom's neigl borhmxl. I'crhnjis the gentleman would denominate one twenty ,one abou '..
jfl)4Ifl1! man passionate who would resent an instill twenty six, and one hundred and twenty seven, situated ,eighteen from Newport, near the present termination pa Sdk pocket Habdkerdbiefs,- > ,
fflZJ't 1 I tn-jilu-r diew it, advised it, advof.ilfil Cabin and it hs rather slrewei suspicion of the i iJentJty any 6 dot .
a lie may think me the more so, because I notice his reflections and lying in the town of Quincy together with the of the Plank Road. A greater part of the gentlemen Suspenders assorted : .
<:. '''"* l>r'!'*Pd U I did not know ilia: of the person who it. Its reasons for ignoring ou me iu the Senate. That I hare a disposition improvements therron. The purchase money to be se- land a "first rate" hammock, and ia well known as 6 doc mess white and colored Cotton Glor% *,'

(j.i: a I iii
its fiiuil ancrald gratification) I will i.ot deny. Any statements payable on the first day January, A. D. 1854 hundred and twenty acres are still uncleared that 7 ps black Alapacea, *
fe v 41:4 I \ f tft.lItt.> pisaage not t-r pn'diictii.110, which have appeared over her own any 2 4-4 Turkey red r t.
made to evidence before F. A. GIBSON, cannot be beat It is well watered, and admirably ps prints.
rc.ul it iKJtil: ha: become a law.* to time in the Milliner's Mngazineif contrary documentary 6 bleached CoUon "7
name, from time the SenMc aliouldqarrwith them their own refutation. / Adtni'x. da. located as regard society, being in one of the best ps Diaper, .
!l'iil;( fc3\6_ *_ol. Ward, lie has reitainh J'jjjad1tja-sec.nd. the riJirulou* efforts made I do'nol Complain thai the gentleman opjHjsed 14. 4t BeigUborbood ia tb. State. It b also ia a direct line 6 do do DnfiT *"

!lea j: 12 doz-Damask Table -
in the with tlie lolJrt unfavorable the minds of members of New Goods. dwelling bouse out houses, gin house, and screw, are Napkin,
j, ttJ: same paragraph %UM'k which she hud tmly read like any other pusses impressions on 1 piece 15-4 Linen Sheeting ?
the and the ia in ;
the Senate in It there kidividnals on place, plantation every way good
"* i bI! I Iit lie adinitlenbv regard to me. are '
v 15 : to su1licieiily 'rofa copy-th.rd, the vulgaiity and coaraeucMwb who are still .endeavoring appears to revive the Received per J. G Anderson, order, To a purchaser, time will be given if desired.W. 2 ps Pillow Case Linen, '

-Vr>ome thai the charter granted her coniuct in Br.ttan from the speeches Cottonade. G. MOSELEY. 2 do do Cotton, ?
<-h mark piejudices that once ex'sted against me. because I npICKINGS Osnaburg, t
J.ji': vi 4tr to the JVnsHcola and (JeorgiaItii delivered in return for penny nubsciiptiou, to the in- ontimied to %-indicate my rights iu claiming that jus- 1 Millcdgvillc Cotton Yarn, June 4. I8f3. 22 tf CO 12 II white(t 124 wbite Manailla Qmlts --

; i -Ar.'! was iinpnliiip." \ singular: endi tLkd pufT of her own pmwesa, wlik1i have been lice which mv ease demands. Two and three bushel Seamless Bags, Per Chipola from New Orleans. 60 ps ps blue and gauze green Mosquito do Netting do -

>*sc nput, i'lJced I I do not understaiuihw I have been informed by a centlemon from Tallahakscc Gotten and Bird eye Diaper. '
A CASKS Sides and Shoulders, lOpsBobicet do do
printed in the Tunes-fourth, her evident awkward- that the still abroad is, that I Irish Linens, Bro. and Bleached Holland 3
impression war
lu-conies the endoiser of char J Tierces Hams 600 Cotton Yam
3 from
:\ :n'.n a Sugar-cured pounds DOS. S to It- -
i >s iu the character of a genius an J the fusy,frowsy_ laid Madison. The iinpresuiou b fake-and the author Berlin Cord for Bonnets,
tor liv admitting; its impolicy. Hut I haxtjir.t 75 bbls. Family and Superior Flour 70 ps Fancy Calicoes,
Printed Jaconet Cravats -
foul calumniator.J ,
x"Ument which u-uilly: p-ints out a pretender to all I a base and 25 Rectified SO printed Lawn Dress
Whiskey, patterns,
ftP ral'oJ to endo denounce. 1fcyiH White and Blue Gauze
on sc or
..me I$. D. A. BURLESON.M'LA.NE'3 Mosquito Netting,
jxpfricnc d e\ en. All these facts are runfiriiiatory oHt 2 Boxes Lemons, 10 pa trench Jaconet do do
Le rhaiter i on! our statute book : I saw 12-4 Pink, and Blue Bobinet for Mosquito Netts,, .
2 Smoked Gents Linen and Lisle Thread
belief that Mrs. !St tl.-.tt! 5: iixid the Western, teiniinus at Pens; VERAIIFUGE.AXOTHKR G. Wbii \ rote it then A of lefiuJ June 18 1853. 24 -
n. \ man 6t
coll s t'd, I nflieved that Sav.innali,, had tinjjibtv jouiisj MEDICAL WITNESS.fl 10 New Orleans Molasses. prices and quantities, ,

!: atul i ; the disposition, to Iniild the road. taste, br 11 ant cloq-icnce stud fanatical opinion*, For sale by Gents and Ladies Merino and Cotton Vests, ,
i\h'i is, it ItcLi-vi's, her brother) aud rejo.ces hi the ::% It ia no small evidence ofthe intrinsic value r ftlasgie.it Lace Goods, &c. BERRY A ROWLES. March 12 1853. ** 10 HEIR & RUST. :
It nniained: for the people of Floiida tid.ter.ni'ip >
't'.y when who
Vermifuge, e\en physicians .
; are June 4.1W3. 22 -'
Received J.
of HE.VUY WABD BEKciitR! 61 Anderson
whctlicr would controllin same per '
they liy generally prejudiced .gaim-t patent luediciucs. volun- Groceries,

the .*,-HIT!: bo locate it as to make it a link The Foreign News. taiily c' mc furwurdand testily to ks triumphant suc- DOTTED and plain Sleeves Swiss and Minims Collars, Fresh .Groceries. 1 f\ BAGS Laguira Coffee, -

in ;>, r great State System, or whether tsnn.i Remarking on the political uew by the Canada, cfcos in t-xj>elliiig worms. Head the following LawnHdkfe, JUST received by the late arrivals from New York A Vf 10 do Java do
HARKISONTILIE. Shelby Co. Ky. April 2, 1t49. aP and New Orleans, 15 do Rio do
IvMve the mntter to othetR, and prntIa I Cambric and Swiss V <
the New York llir tls Flouncing
says- J. Kn n A Co-I am a practicing physician renidin Fxtra Family Flour, Super. Brown Sugar, 10 Bo. es No. 1 Soap, .
borders which, would
Kic.tli"U efler.ttu Cawbrie Swiss and Bobbin
on oar The Tilll kI1I questi and the Chin<" e rebellion ? pcimancntly in this latce. In the year 1S4S. Edge. O>rn do, Clarified do, 2 BbK Crush'd 4
J > de-tiny flll h.'pe of coniiecUng the exticmes iborb_. all tIIet.3tJeLtjtPU It aprwuis that the Porte when a rcbi.lent of the State of Miasoiiri, I U-cameac- ,. luaertion, Stagg d: Shay Hams, Crushed do, 1 do S.3. Almonds J
braid .
of our State by Railroad.: I advocated Ita.I l tliK'Wii hi -* into, the luiiute of the Ficnch und qa.iiiit j with the superior '\irfues of flt M'Lane's Scrpennne Freaeb"Btiibrdid, Cotfon. Plain do, Loaf do. Powder b Kegs 4; kegs and J kefa T *

the controlling f the charter-and thi> ; ;; i. am! tint the llussi.ui Knvoy had trtiied., Tlit.retiilt .- Vermifuge. At ROIIK* mote leisure moment, I will Linen and Cotton riTg Floss. tc Vc.G. Shoulders, Durkee's Baking Powders CO Bags of Shot-all sixes, ..,. -
and substance of endo Brandy
is tot sum my i sement with the iiKist intense interest. The Chinese i ulxllion vial, in exjH-liing Li>waide of toO worms. -- i. J MEG INNISS. R bbed do, Java do, do Madeira and Port-Wine -

As to the impolicy, I have believed that thcijirter < mid, th*' part the United State* aie likely to phiy: in j jlle L.CAJITKII M. D. Juno Ifi. 1853. 24 f.t Fulton Market Beef Mocha Jo. N. E. and Jamaica Rum, -

uiicontrolled by 1 loiida: would proxv jifTitir, lie-ins to exeite fears of American I.ri1i-| Forsale at all the Drug Store" PI ll.ihahsee, and Extra Apple Vinegar, Salaratus! and Soda, S. C. Madeira and Malaga Wine, '

destructive of our interests, but propeily; contnlied .iel-i-tie iu China.: The L"ii.l'Mi Timcx taking at tlVep} j jii i at one Airencv in every" Town in the S'-uth. Hardware, &c. Sperm Candles, Dried Prunes, Soda and Butter ackers.. -

that it would pubseive: our t4ttIe.t : our Vi'lf.iie.utiniu! ofthe fate of Koine. '.; Juue IS, lt 53. 24 2tIT Tlcrrirrd per J. G. Andcrsnn, A'lamautiue do. Pecans, Pepper and: Worcestershire Sauce, '
puiposc TIe* aeueips if IKWS have: a peulinr attiaclivciiess, -4- ')i KFJfJS Nails Star do, Pickles. tc.. dc.CEO. Ragj'berry and Lemon Syrup, "
nnJ insure the completion Of the great State and ucmuiid attentiou here and evc-iywhvie. IS A TACT ESTAULlsIir.D and well' known dU Id Sett* Chain Pump fixtures, W. SCOTT & CO. Caccia Pepper and Spice, --.

tnterpriFQp which are to )bind our tcciiojt* that the Arabian attained a height ii: the kno\4et] 250) lb. 1$ inci! I'amp Clmfn, June 4.1R55. 22 Flue Apple Cheese and Raisins,

tfgether, and make us in itm-d and in truth Padre Guvazzi recently attcinptul I to lecture in'Moiitieal of me licine winch eaue 1 the whole world to wou- Judd Patent Axle Pulleys. llustird, Candles,and Starch,

o-ie people. So much for my connection whenarijt it-suited, which ended in the Jar ami ahnitWith them the sciU'v of ch<-nii ry Porcelain Mortice Looks, St-jUl Plaited Moun- A FRESH SUPPLY of good Cigars, and AD.IX. -ALSOA :
derson'a Solace
the mob had: its )birth, nnd it is. therefore int at all strange tingMiner.il at large and well! selected stock of Spring and*
\\itli! the ch rter. trw'ps firing on wo'inding s'sntc fifty, ten or' \ GEO. W. SCOTT & CO'S. very
that a )Jtiijile so eminriitly Euct-Cssful in the healing Kn .b State Locks Summer"Clothing, consisting in of
Empire part :
of them Tlie 1'ailie, returned Nt-\v ,
In the letter und r consideratifin the wiileimrks twenty mortally. ts> June 4, 1653. 22
art. mid HI j>er 't ring and dating in eliaraeter.li.tiltI.by Plate I>x-k all HZ."Sllaiid 36 Bl'k and Cord Alapacca Sack and Frock Coat
as qnotntinns from my fomer: Ktterrmhli York, but was going back, on the \iuittti'u! .if H large | actual and nntiiiuc xpritneiit.. iiiNO"\cr reinctlif Saws, Rip Saws and Turning Saws, PEAS of flll kinrisat 12 do Queen's Cloth do do do d.

ifd i in von,' iaJer, fce\vral shot sentences paulie! meeting to complete his lectuies. Further i f.ir surpasiiig in efficacy all others, f-r the cure of ILtud Saw, and Jack Plane Handles, Sp.lSTJ; GEO. W. SCOTT L CO-S. 12 do Drap D'Ete Frock and Dress Coats. C
th of
An assortment Bench and Planes ,
intended: apparetitly to show that I conziJer tA.x'dbed may le l-x-kc'l' f"r. | Mouliing Jane 4. isr 22FISH.
j I j 'i bgreattr part of their time being spent in hazardous Augers nnd Auger Handle, -a 12 do Faney do Sack Coats, -
but ourselves
nolhitig concert among The New York C'/uncr auJ Kuquiier has the fol--! ninl bl'Mwly vrarf.ire whIm the different trilys they Socket and Firmer Clii cU and Handles. 50 Linen Sack and Frock Coats ofever-v quality; '*.

necessaiy to secure the construction ofthe 1o'ri special telegraph: I wore subject to the mo t vinltut attack of rheuma- Blind Hinges, Butt Hinges and Hook and Strap Nos. 1 and 2,-Pickled Herring, price and size,
road from Jacksonville or St. ilarya to I'ensacoli ti,m, puiiiUhii.euiucic! pain?, and various ii fLinnua- liii MACKEREL Co c Cotton Sack and Frock Coats of all i -

: and from these, in connection with Washington il.mdar cvenin General VTool lute, 'I"tIIV tlis'ro.es, n< alMi the nf'tt horrible wound.t-prains. Cotton leading line rope.Wri.i'rit at GEO. W. SCOTT & COWS.June sizes and prices, -
arr \vd bciand 1-iugha at the iden'if:tI1' diMuibanee bruiees. t Minor", cwellinp-?. di- ei>es of the ,oiuti, etc, NniU, Together with a general assortment of Pantaloons,
my declaration oi preference Jor that litie, #1' with Jleucii, < n ai-enuut etc. AM' th),ee iliseasiff t1y were so eurpnsing'y f-fR- llorae Shoe ck feds gfc-'a'' surprise that ourvie'vis should hav 4iiof \V.r also att-ichcs iif> iii'jvrtnuce t" tie cit 1.1 in curing, that the unLiuiUv! "Vei!*"J'i. >"'! rMid I -ALSO-n APPLES and Peaches at at the low eft market price.March -

conflict at a public! Meeting, kc. Ilispi-r- nuiitiil "jH-culali'n? ujr-n Lune's a'ul. Tiia-V iio.t'eIiltJ.tS. attribut their tkiil to the JK.VI/T-* of ruagii Uj. 1 A CtcsJisjipjdr iffGr i-rica. EuiDJi JIuid, White DELED GEO W. COTT: 4 t CD'S.Juus4 12.1852. HE1R &- REST. j

hap sulHcient that I bhculJ Say that, the quoUtions It ir I'eit-e-1 1)V_ :h'h- ar 1t-i.fi; ( KAUUELL'S AKA151AN LINIMKNT i* a <-OM.- Lad, I--T.Tp un.J Uitced Oils! Puttv. dc. Ae. l >53. 22
4'j\ the *. that Mr. O.tdi-'K-n Ji i-t
referred to aie not nh'fo entireh ]y .\\ :fi T bi sani8 8U.i J t iu: fn.j: rare p.iuti p -c..lur G. & J'.MEGINXISS. : Everything Necessary and Useful. .
1 e''n.nlt-lk" tt'tiat .fj b'ffrritt an iTJ'Ietuat% t<, t.;iia (-(iuii and it was l by J.J Li'C f ti'e nrti-l- June l. Cn. ; In Gadsden Circuit Court.
sepT.tcd; from their contest a* to distort and to Msxi"< for Mct-ilJa: nml t.i purcL isi-jia u
change the meaning of niy article, hut word- tkiig i h: the wboie Vull.y t f ibe} tiila." oiMiijKi thin. great remedy tlit iv ; "4y M' J-hy- ; Abraham K. Allison, ) T* Spring Term, 1833. At- .L one ls for sie. I won't try to enumerate all "or
j *ici- n.. but e* -n t.e! wiJd Arr.bs of the \lc-'t weiet Freedom from Fever in Six Hours. half bat of the leading articles, like '
t.hment. Debt $1S5OO *>rne
are furied aid n.uked !hicli Toe Herald < the Mi-Mila '.:ettiou r* > ,
is qIiottti..ris : '
snys ] onnb'ed to pcrlorm .cuh nun minus 'trr.-s. J'tif Aruli
t J i\'a/m Llcctt ic Fluid ; orj ,iobn> T>. Cowart. ) Damages 5100OC. f ff i : :t'tn. ?or;;. Lard. B* ef. Botter.'Cheese,
were not need by me. Tiieqj.iSatiuns being "Thoin-tru-ti'ii* to Geiieru! GaJ-deti., uji'-n the stud wir'tl reimmirJ fur fti* t.n.t'JP.I; *: .rnnic.yIffsria. UE d'-fendrat and nil rthers interested. iu thc Mullet Mackerel. Cod Fish; SoiflMes, Syrnp.Fl .

tniccuiate: the inferences drawn from theiii bo'indaiv I nuintjiiii.* are* we p;c.ulii;, .fnretha'l"uc.l?l in ". '11mM unsui p.iiM-d si'--e 1 and si izilttv, ami the j DR. SEATS' FEVER ANTIDOTE. J-| love ftutt"! noticed of tLe a- ->iir,SarlinC! !. Pickles. Candies,
Caee. are hereby von-
the nrtieIei ve give t' lj1om the >Va,1tjutit'n, L 11- inciedible lutig'ielic- in capable .'I f ciniuring. Why i iit ?
lire necoobarily bo, and requite no teply at Ji4t.1s1' M IIIS won fiful rt-nwdy has been th.iroiizhly testJ. meneement of this ut. returnable t,, tlie Circuit as a- Perter, Al, Cidf. Wines, Liquors, 4%.
AIfrom liibirth his
ielIl. Awoidlu to thiJ1..uti! ] G.iv Trias be in mill- t I' -- tlie time <-f *
hinds. Those have cl] the lmv4 three all of Fev forenaid ol said and and the S" ar. Coffee Tea, RSsius, Crackers,tc,
my error may ocruned mary 0ez111).ttIl.I fifth* i-putel I >i liiT: or tithe IIJMJII cari'tullv wat -h -d, an-1 up<>n tl.c fir-t apj iiraii'eifclicaae | during yeur, in case county, to appear plead to .
in the Panting Office, or if not, are iloubiles;> march. <-r picpariu; to tn.trd.! t > u-h K-c-v..it| n.Gen. ] the luriric !li.ii. n is ai.r'li'-d. mid such ) ,.r. fn>m Typhus aiMl\ell w to the simplest Inter I same. A. K. ALLISON.t T >ljicco. Segnrs.Dxnestie Goods
mittetit. Chill! and Fever in .rioue of the' for PlaintifL and Fancy Dry ,
attributable to haste or tnadveitence, fot Gailfrdeu fcft<-r his ariitu.1 iu Mexico, will K-k of thi'i'/f! a<> e"iifinn sweenyp -ll-tviltiitula.ritijjri ie,' or \i jurt 1 Attorney
L'nu'ii. in CintraKAmeri and A> ineredi- June 22 5m S!">es and Clothing,
j Eurri-e. 4. 1S53:
while do I know Cot Santa Ainu tu orh-r f util 'rritiujJin t-ueli lui'iiiMvecupaticin #Tak-he F]>.i\itilaTiK 114-i'! >, <:c_ etc.. are utikiiown.-
they and Ware
m <>r iiitiisioii. as tlic first mdUpuuaulc condition -, The tame result will follow in :.!l1! si-es win re H. O. i a* mjy appear, rr..rai c>r any
Ward too well to that he would' intentional I Fr l rf..rmn their necnstoiiiHl A. PERRY AMAKER Paints. Oils and Ship Stores,
suppose; *' F.irreUV miiue used nuv are enaM -< to I I ,
to peaceful lu-got.iatioi.s. ({ Arabian Liniment i ih in time.
!v iews.I 1 !labor ou the fdluwiiij day after the attsrk. thus being Furniture, Matra es. teI'ljws ..
misreprefent my del
Theief'ire iu in 1
f it.foi
v not invent :* a C'>- Mipplv iYA? Straw Cutters
Corn S'wllers.'
have thus to much of Corrox M-jvE3Exi-s.-The of cotton nt all'' iluikir in it will and completely curwl! by this Medicine within twenty ,
briefly replied so receijits cu t ry tp- :it save you twenty,
(;iraiu Cradles, Corn Mills. Iron Nails.
four hours. It be used all without to FLA.
Col. Ward's letter as was iersoniil to rnysilfI the ports from lt-t Sopt'-i.iber to UA tiir.c, i is 3.1 16-, 1 a great. deal of suffering, if not your life. Jur.iiiT fevtr can or iiitcirnii--'i'iiin.by regard TALLAHASSEE BLtck Smith's. Cooper's Carpenter's and Plantation

do so in no unkind spirit, and in language 7C5 b.ilts. "liefc nt-fipli are l25,0i! 0 mote than lAMtk; out fur Covntffftit age.'T1ie exclusive ri-rl-.t to the ale! of this m.dia4ne in May 21, l83. 20Cow Tools.In .

as courteous ns I can command. The gruit la$ ear np to this time, wLiie. the .\p >rti are only The public are cautioned; ji
question which we have been diseusMttg ha 5U/'UO' bales more, and the iLipments front Southeiutu feit. whicli ha lately ma Arabian Liniment,the I most ilaiurvrousof till the t rans f.rreil to the uiulrrfigneil, \homall orders 1 X A BUSHELS, Seed Cow Pea?, for sale by Port. May 14,1853. 19
been acted on by the recent Railroad Convention Nurthern jniit arc IS.t'CK'( ) bale* J(*a. The stuck counterfeit*. SxjcaiiBe his huting the iiameof I-'ai rcll, must J>e maili fn>m paid eounti'-s. j 1OU BERRY A KOWLE3.Mav -

assembled in Tallahassee, in mch a has iicreis, d 75 5' 0 ''iiK-s. In the pic-rent state of many will buy it in i"od iaitli, without tliekii.,wJetie! (Put up iu b .M'<-* at Soet-nt* ai.d ?1 ; cr mix lx>ttlon 28,1853. 21 Fresh Lime. -V--:

manner, it is hoped, aa will meet the approbation the money uaiktt, however, the block is very luauOOTTOV. that a counterfeit exit artil l th.y will perliH] s only for ?6. A liberal discount made to Dn gists and Quincy & Female Ok1 CASKS fresh Rockland Lime, for sale by:

of every citizen. Its further iliijus- agealje. ih eov.T their en-or when the spurious mixture I LuVwrought iXsJ-*, >> iC: A-H.WfLSOX_ Male Academy. ItJ D. LADD. -

6ionat present, R*>em to uncalled for anti ___ __ ___ __ ___ __ its t.i-il etlrct Wholesale and Retail Dni ,is-t. THE NEXT SESSION'will open on iloflday.I Nw Port. May 14. 185S. 19
if AuiTaAtIA .-Some spenHicim .f Auatral-' The genuine article i Ii manufactured only by IL f>. New Port, Florida. &ih. and close on the 28th of October.B .-

harmony has been produced I will be the ian cotton have lately l-cn tested in L.ivi-rjH and Fan ell. Mile imentor and proprietor, and wholi-iale: For sall. at the Pniij Stor last
to disturb it Let us now unite in the ,'dnijgist. No. 17 Mdiii Street, Peoria Illnmi*.to whom and of E. JJarnard. Jr, Tallaliassee.JuuelB.'JVJ. of th Principal at ?IO p.r m nth. For further '> ROCKAWAT Carriages,

great work, determined not to rest from our pronounced to ho woj-tli Is. lOd pet pound. Tlie j all applications! for Aspiiicieiimii-'t bo addret-md. Bebure i4Wm. information respecting rates of tuition.reu'sations Ac, 0 14 Buggies,

labors until the extremes of ourState, South, statement is that it fan be grown iu any quantity you get it with time letters H. O. before Farrell'e, see Catalogue, which may" be procured by application S (Camalb.Jadules .

East and Wet, are connected by iron band and with very little trouble. thuc-.--II. (}. FAKRELL'y-and his Mgnature ou the M. TUNNO, to N. H. STE WAKT, and Harness of all kinds,

-antil the whistle of the steam engine is wrapper. Sold by LEWIS 4 t AMES and by regularly MERCHANT. Quincy, May 28, 1553. 21. 2m PrincipalA Trunks, Valises and Carpet Bags Carriage Trimrnh.sofalikiudsanda1Igoodabeluugingtutbisbsze- ,
Santa Anna's Better authorized agents thniughout the United States. FACTOR AND COMMISSION
heard on the shores of Tampa, as it gives Policy. C5y Price 23 and 50) cents, and ?1 brittle Stolen. -
lox, in his WaiLiugtuu letter to the Baltimore Sun pr NO. 5 SOUTHERN TV II All F, Ifle'-a. -
warning of its departure by of the St AGEXTS WANTED iu town, village and '
way eve-y SMALL, dark bar mare-nr marks ?>. R Repairing done at abortnotice.a
Johns or St. .Marys for Pcnsncola-then the says :- hmolH in the United States, in wine1? oue i is not already Charleston. South Carolina recollected, but a lump or a tiiir.c-r in :>lay 7.1852._18_D.E.UULL.Just .

great cLip of the South.Vetl\ Private advices just received from Mexico ptjte that established. Address II. (;. Farrell asaccompanied above, June 11, 1SY. 23-6m the left side, near the flank. Any corn'uuiiieatiou -
Vcbidcnt Santa Anna afford, ? Received
Very my encouragement toenterpiises with good refer<*ce a* to character, resp.nisibility that I her. will be suitably re- )
respectfullv so can get
for public improrciin-nt. He Tms taken &c. Dwelling House for Sale. wanlfcil. G.TROUP MAXWELL A PRIME lot of hama, plain and canvassed low -

JAMLS E. BROOME. huld of a number of railroad Bud fctt-amship enUrpriseswiih May: gl, 1P53. 20 4tPOI1.TOF tin; North addition of Tallahassee. Apply May 28, 1S53. 21 tf \- for cash by S. 3.KNIGHT. *

much zeal and spirit For instance, it is mentioned kI at this ..See. _. 3Iav7.. 185S. 18
that he has ivea the French _
** The bill was drawn and introduced by Mr. Leonard rmed for establishing a line of HteamHhipg Company between lutt-lv ST, MARKS! -- June; 11, 1653. 23 Fresh Spring Goods.B Just Received,

t>f Escanibia County.-ED. FLO. 4 fc J. Vera Cruz and HaWe all A ItRIVED.
the privileges they axked Notice.s1' Y the btigs Sampson and Suwnnnee, we arc r- LARGE lot of Ale, Porter and Claret Wine.
fir. The rainiar! : betweeu Vera Cruz and the city of June 14 Bvij Catharine 4 Mary, Combs, from reiving a general sortment of Goods, suitable A May 6. 1853. 18 S. S. KXIGHT.
The.Tallah EEce SfHtinel repreoMt* the majority Mexico !H to be prowcuted, and roads are to be made Bton._ with Ice to I). Ladd. after date, I will npply to the Honora for the Spring trade to wit : GROCERIES. FLOUR.

party 10 Florida who )have opposed all connection between beieralof the large cities in the inteiior. Judge' of Probate of Hamilton County, for DRY GOODS. HATS. YANKEE NOtlONS. Congress EAST FLOBIDA SEMINARY,

wiih; Suvauuah,.smd vlin favor the) eon tfuctiori of a If Santa Anna thuutd avoid a war with the IjnitedStates HEW YORK HATS. letters of Administration on the estate of James S Water. FANCY GOODS SADDLERY. Glass MALE AND FEMALE.

Fl'iriila road from Atlantic to Gulf, waking Jacksonville which he cau easily do if he pleasen. and should WARNOCKS Bell, bite of' aid county, deceased. and Stone Ware, Ac.. Ac, Aod will of course, be
the eastern aad Peiii>acoh the western terniiau1* devote hi energies to the development of the resources FASHIONABLE HATTERS June 11, 1653.: 23 6t MATILDA BELL pleased to serve those who may be in need of anything LOCATED AT MICA3TOPY, EAST FLORIDA.

of OM road f\'Flor.div\ represents the njiuorii} of tlie country, through the means of on uurertric- );o. 265, BB.OADWAT, laviwu HorhE, orroHirc BTEWAUTSKEW in their line election for

Puty, rjxi favor an arrangement Trith Savannah.Wh4,2uU.ftrraiijtnentig .- ted coiunieree, he may effect a regeneration of Mexi- YOfcK. $30 Reward.R McXAUGHT A ORMOND. -BYrrderoftbeboardofTrnrtee.an place at Al-

likrly to be may be gathered Co. He will very soon have an opportunit effecting A pleasing rsputat ion, long enjoyed, render any ANA WAY from the Subscriber, in April 23, 185g. 16 b'ator.. Culnmbia County. E. Fla, on Thursdar. the
fromllij following article, wLieh we ex-tract"from the an amicable arrangement of all [ending difficulties lengthy uutk-e unnccenearv. Jiuffiee'to that Decatur County, Georgia on the 29th 18th of August next Persons in nulnng. apphcation

F friii>an Saturday last.Savannah Daily K'eiof. with the United States, and upon terms that will be may rely upon the diameter of say our productions gentlemen t.1 May a negro fellow about five feet eight Store & Stock of Goods for sale.rpHE ill address the Rev. C. M.Hendry. at Micanopy, E.FUu .

Oar Savannah cot mporary i It widely mistaken with very beneficial to Mexico..clarIlTy bein ever maintained. We aim at perfection. inches high and weighs about one hundred or myself at Madison, Madison County Ffa.-

respect U i the strength of the parties represented by Travelling Hats and Cap of every description nnd seventy pounds. He is copper colored subscriber has reduced his stock of goods who to a None need apply but such M can give references and

OMSfiUJMlandl THli.n.. The in. KfTiturky. Kentucky paper expresses Travelling Bags, Valises, Trunks, Umbrellas, Toilet slow spoken, thick lips and heavy set JL small amount, be offers bargain sell the to STORE any one and testitnodab as to experience and qualification from
th*tetter party represented its perfect couvictiou that if the negro slaves Brushes, &c. SSHfi will probably have a pass or pu e wishes to purchase. He.trill.. recommendable sources. The School will open about

by paper never was the rnitkrjtv..4ut be of Kentucky could vote upon emunciputi'm, connected, May 7, 18Cy: :.. 18 4* fur P he writes a plain round hand, making hi* letters GOODS on reasonable terms,and make the payments I the first of November next.
that A it m*y. it give us pleasure toiuUm"tbe Aw* as it njust of necessity be, with their removal from the distinctly. I will give ?30 reward for hU delivery to very easy. Thi v a good opportunity for any ODd R H. HOWREy.P. B.T.

that thcreju now but our party, in Middl< FJorda; State, a barge majority' would Vote against being me at Bahibridge, or his confinement in some safe who wishes to go into thebusiness, for the hot.&e is i May ?. 153. 18 3t
are authorized and excellent as good as any
the subject; all are agretd ou tht emancipated. It says: \Ve know tin iiwtauec where requested Jo jai; JOHN M.COLE. an one.
submitted by Mr. and the goods are well assorted, and all of the most j Notice to Debtor
a number of family servants, to announce JESSE ATKINSON candidate 23 4t
tbe Convention wLicb assembled amounting forty, were as a for June 11..1B53. ;
here last He will continue to sell for month,
wetk aaieable.ind. j
lb* called together, and their freedom tendered to them the Office of Tax Assewwr und Collector I A LL persons indebted to the late firm of ifiuVr 4
of Leon
identical plan advocated by the Floridian from tbeftarl ou condition that they would emigrate to Liberia. Couity PREMIUM PIANO FORTES. and if Families require any articles he has for ale (, jTl. Brokaw are requested to can and settle! without'de1asotberwiaetheelaimTDflMbPUtifl111ittOef'
The at the election b October next during the coming twelve months, they will find it 1'
: The Srntinelot tlii& slaves requestccf time deliberate
in to and it
wee to tliis ,
comes ar- whip ROVESTEEN t CO, No. 481, BBOAHWAT, NEW to their interest to ky in a supply at the prices ,
was Krautd they fixed (: TVe are authorized and < greatly with the Estate of Jacob Miller.
a time for the rt-sult! requested to feet a
and lejurting G
Itfiys, we rejoice to be able chronicle about
to attention of those JAMES B. GAMBLE. -
of their deliberationg, ......and the YORK, would call the be isseHing at P.B.BROKAW -
thi fact We at nppoiuU-d time utmillffliiflhlV announce Mr. HALEY T. BLOCKER, as a candidate stock of 6 to .74 octave
hope to -tee the recomtnendatuns refusod the offer. purcliaMnR to their splendid $ April 9th, 1653. 14 Surmtiag Partner.

of thekConventien speedily carried into effect It is could .offered by the nMstw Every and mistress induccznent that teodercd for the office of Sheriff of Leon County at the election Pianos,.which they believe cnnn.it be excelled by any May S. 1953. 18 8m '
but they would wss in October next, other iu the city either in tor*. fini h, quality of material Book Store.
time to an3 not
quit Ulking try a little actiou. This ac accept tbe offer. Nor is MEDAL9 b been awarded Wanted
thw by any u.oans a touuiy OCr We authorized ,or workmanship. vf the entire stock of tie late ,
cession of the Sentinel united aise. Tlie freemeu are /md requested to to tbeu instra- purchased
secures a in
movement thCUERICANINSITUrTEments
of Kentucky are m* Wore dvutcJ to the.soil of the bj HAVING Wm. Wilson A Co. I am prepared to LIKELY Boy about 16 or 18 yean of age, .*

id4hrid the. result', of which we'nill not"for a bUt than the slaves are,. and there M a treogth of announce Mr. LEONARD C. DEMILLT a Candi FIVE TEAM iii ccacB8ioir.Havi the. entire stock of the supply all those who may favor me with their custom A which a fair pnce will ba paid -. '

.. ffecti..nb tw n Uw parties that vould te iuca-dible date for the office of Tax Assessor anti Collector for g-nntlv OTrdwsed with books, stationary, A-o, ef every description on th* E.HULL.

.: to those who look at it from abroad" Uie Connty of Leon, at the election io October next.Or fam-rn fbc 7ORmakers most reasonable terms I will keep on hand a. con jgy 7. 1888. 18 :

ei.-41rr Joa.S.Baker,of Albany;. The Riwiix-Kl: Marring Mail cojjc, theiborc and : We authorized and ; they''would invite thesMit. slant supply of the latest and most popular works. -- LIME LIME
&aetiwa adda: "The stme may be said "f Vir ini wkere are requeite to" Mend. snd.cuto. .1 intend carrying on Binding b all its branches a*
the Savannaj Sew. the seed- of the White slaves often decline freedom aud removal to another announce HUGH ARCHER, Jr., as a candidate fnyaftbeir satisfaction. soon as I can procure a workmnn. 1 fl CASKS fresh Lime lundmg end r asia
!% SII .i-: State. A* a':general Ihiug, DO claw of men wit)'teertaintl of irfring.equal 2 1853. 18 JOHN McDOUGALU _Itu by MrNAUGBT OKM05IXNewport.
'4 servant* in the I Clerk of the Circuit Court of Leon County at the election ; wpe m1DS with April ,
This world is treated Pd)? -
rvjt. a* kindl/ as Virginia alaves. April SO. 1863.l7 :
to tbe bush Jn all repeets imllar.It are cases, of course, of harsh au4 rul There inOctober_ next DoLTB ; w FRAMES and Detached Case, pe- Buggies and i Carriages.CONSTANTLY .
CfVPtlUW is *hite with. Inastjusta ptcd to the climate. Jamaica Cotton Seed
$ a ting will fiud iu the world cruel euhisrlf
WWtsrthaate w pareut*. school teiu-b- 03: We are authorised and requested to 23 3m / on band aI a juacrtment of Buggies -
dsnoc sI.ixi t C0flufln blackbeiry, and ers, matters of ywtelc, Ac, but they are few iu num Jnoe1lqIs- Covered Carriage*. A ,weh are told veryIuw.by A TZW bag of a fii aad Joo*stapled Codoa'SeedThe
rerag* tome bO sct 7 Oflt13$. on an ber and exceptions to tl* general rule. If the'p cu. announce Mr. JOHN H. RHODES of Tallahassee a* 4-t, '- D.LADD. 21. f'i sale. quslityo1thi Cotton can be Mea

piid..totnyon. wboVni iTiDcIow *berry, Pro liar institution impose* burtheus too heary to a candidate for Sheriff of Leon County at the election Middle Circuit of FloridaJaeob'L.Oronirt Alt orders for-Buggies and Carriagw executed on at onr store in S ew iiort. -

b-attip., cr M eqWsli.e! me' prepaid,eight P. be borne' on.' any class, His certainly not on, tLe in October next To Fall Term. 18CS. By Attach- abort- notice. ..MeNAUGHI'ORMOlD -
< ,. fr rntot830 NewcApril 30. Iu!., 17
-;. black '. m Spring; thtnurdi.rerot.8hawrs ___ ( r: We are anthorized and requested to L.T.11ekeTeM. r vDaaget4 Z 00. S .

bwij In TuouanT.-'Ilibugbt It a fountain from announce ALLEN H: FELKEL, Esq, as a can&date ddiidiit, and afl I.;tber- p wn intersated Hiram Smith's Flour. i.t4:141PP .

inrt. 'He died ottji.Pbi1&dtphii0 the ioti which flow'all good and .vil* intentions' ; a for Tax AMessor and Collector Loon County. at tb fut b niUootil( iofUi ammeooenMnt of the Hi BBLS Hiram Smith's Family Floor josirewivsd. : i* ,): -. *

f --j *uw-'CCD( mental fluid electiie/il the election, nd to t the next term BERRY BOWLES.
forte and nipid.itj ta October next. : mU t h1y fe the ImdhId1'PflI.
E* alio declared tU ionoceoce Iii.irb (STSSaj. ttwHth d y orr6etobcrf, X D. 1M.) MIIYJPkIIBU. iS WOUtDbaatM afidT b&t
Li bad befrecbzrge with of iU roovemeiiU, silently flowmg une*nwithm 0We:: are authorised and regpetted .rf 4* Ci *it ttoot for Leon aounty, m the 9tte of is SOT .

'bose ttstAmty be bsid LleI(bsen e murder, its own ceciet .avenues ; yet It ii the announce Mr.;JOHlT jll HILL of CootinriHe ai a r1a4ad 5IdtO tSdICITfl. ad theaia. ( Peas .

aigL doubt ii etertai ecvk con rMting power of all animated matter, and candidate for ibe olfie of Tax Aase aor and Collector- WALKER AttyIi.P1aintff h GWtN: OLE of tbabeit of se dpeat fbr ss1s bT 3* %: .fotrt d i.i1.17 -,
oflili guit, I the chief ouuneprrog of fill our actioni. Mav t, 185$. II S. S. NIGflT.C a
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'1 rpHB great remedy for Rheumatism) Gout Pain in PROPOSED AXKNDMENTS .COXSTITTTION t-_-, S COTTON, GINS. Dealer. in Drugs, Medicines,Ac., :NERVE- AND BOHR' ;. V..
TO xn ; .
l1\ JL the Side Back. Limb and A MYERS Ga ,
Hip Joints Scrofula
having made still further 5m- U.ULDJntorm their friends and the publicthatV
; King's Evil. Whit* Swellings Hard Tumors Stiff OF SAID STATE, now receiving and have on THE undersigned p. of such HEAL AIL OIL
I 's S ARE >vements, u d determined not to be,excelled by they have oo band a good assortment ANDJUIMOM1C
1" Joints; aud aU fixed pains whatever.: Where this tbe alxth General Assembly. their Fall of
'Adopted, by supply any'.actory in Georgia, in making fine ,cotton gins articles as are generally.ke io their li'Je of business;
I r{i Plaster is Applied paw cannot exist. [No. l.] V -' -.QOODS, to which they would reflpeetrully that cannot be excelled in their performance and dUo and will be receiving.FegiJarly supplies. ,Their A,SURE CURE FOB CONSUMPTION.
t ::1 : These Plasters poj'eew advantage of put caU the attention of the public: ioabte.Talhihawee .
Fourteenth -
th bin AN ACT tn alter and amend the F andTwettvThird rability. temWshall be rea
I" up in atgh boxes; they retain te ul virtues Clauses ofjthe Third Article and the Gold a Hunting a. Levers a by" Tobias HU factory is i in the midst V of one of the best cotton April 9th, 1853. 14 THE we of this astounding Liniment bashes,, at

\', '. .U cit Thirtccth and Sixteenth Clauses of the Fifth Article a4 E. D.Johnson growing regions in the world. He intends his gins to with unparalleled success in all .
This Plin Extractor. has been e exten- of the Constitution of this State. Joeb.Johnson, iiow by their performance, for themselves and are Notice. of Man or Horse. -.
: air ly used by plmicious and the people in general Gentlemen's Open Dial Gold Leier* !*: warranted the best with AiMus.1t, speedily core ,Rheumatism, 'g
to perform in manner good month from this date. 1 shft'I apply to the
t 1 both in this country and! Europe,. that it i is n10t SKCTION 1. Br it enactft' Ly the Srnafe andlfinttetfJRrprtfenlatiritofltirStaltofFi'viida in Urn Ladies" Gold. Hunting a Levers by Arnold Uavjrtt Co, gearing and attention. 'Gin repairing done at short SIX Judge of Probate for V. ashrogti.ui County Scrofula Bums, :da. Tetters, and Ringworm?
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!I Aii,: MW.to say a1mC about at Yet may al A'tfnbly convened, That the fourteenth Clause of .* Cooper Co. notice and in the best possible wanner. for a final discharge IS Execvtor( the state of JohoFergu. WetM Swellings Rising Sprains, CnU.'Brunei, eLf
7 le, who I of its heating power who Watchcofai1descriptiont., V Order for (Gin thankfully received and promptly Ulcers. Scaldhead. Sore Throat, Salivation from .
late of said County'decoamL.
the third Article of the Constitution of this State be ,
; 1 have tried it For their sakes Hunting Lever, Ground
1 not yet we wiUlJImply attended to. He will deliver them free of charge at JAMES M. LON ,, Executor. cury. Sure Mouth/Nenralgia Pit Itch .
\ state what it baa done in thousands of cases, and what"j 10 alteredand amended as to read aa follows: Tliere Silver Hunting Am-hors. Lepines, and common the residence of tbe purchaser, at hu farm, or boat March 5 18539 mOil Ear ache or deafness, by filling the Ear with it sat

4 U will do for them when tried. shall be a Secretary of State elected by the qualified Watches, and Marble Mantle Clocks. landing or rail road depot when convenient Washington_ County stopping it with wool or cotton ; Croup, by robing
voters of this State the first Monday October, iu -S-
"j A Yoictfrow Georgia. on JEW Lt1R Y. Below are a few certificates, out of a large number Stones. the breast.with the liniment,and administering a teaspoonful -
continue in office the
the who shall during .
year 1858 liat could be exhibited if from Planters of internally, with a little sugar,-it it
Fine Gold fine Coral
Chatalain necessary
t BeAd the following testimony from a Physician: term of four years; and he shall keep a fair registerof Chains Braccleta uadoubtcd received a lot of the, finest Oil Stones from the same way fur coughs,colds Asthma PntUJDIffQ
Gentlemen :-Your Hebrew Plaster has cured the Pearl and Gold BOMMU Pins, Ear Rings Cuff Pins, vera ty. JUST
4 -1 me the official acts and proceedings of Governor, Hot Arkansas which superior tu
are Phthisic
Bronchitis aud !
is Springs ,
The undersigned a Southern man, born and raisel Pleurisy
Gold -
< 4.1 ef pain of which I have suffered. for twelve year and shall when required, lay the ame, and all Cuff Buttons, and Finger Ring; Gentlemen's Fr sale y ,
papers. the Turkish other in by of
use. small
V 4 and in our glorious! Georgia, and baa not a Northern or any a sure cure consumption use a table
II Fob JJuckle! ipooofij
tn Vest and Guard Chains Seal.
Dunns >* labored under affliction and touchers relative
past. period bef-ire
an minutes
nun in his J. H. WATSON. February 26, 1853| 8 S. H. KNIGHT. 4 or 6 times a day and keep the breast weD
'.4 of loins and Key Gold Thimbles Gold Pen ami l Pencil Caws, employ. ano Dted
my tilde. and tried many remedies that the General Assembly, and hall perform such other -- with it. Pain of kind cannot exist
my own medical experience suggested, but without duties as may be required of him by law: Provided Tooth Picks, Gold Pens Gold and Silver Spectacles, February 5, 1853. 500 Ounces Sulphate Quinite-Parr'z. meet has. time to any produce its effects. after TijiV thftj.

obtaining relief. At length, I used your Plaster and That the term of oflk-e of the Secretary of State to be Double Eyed Silver Spectacles. i1t'er.tU1J Pearl CERTIFICATES.- Tlffcta j"8* received the above I lot of Quinine,, has completely. triumphed over all LJniment W1bfllt
: i it cured. I will elected under this Card C *e!, Silver and Inlaid Porte Monaics.1 [RoquetHolders ,
f am now, by ? gooj effects entirely reanomend amended Constitution, shall not : \ f hich offer to dealer and consumers at a Pain killers and Extractor extant
\ we V and
S the Jew David Hebrew Plaster to all who until the of Fan*, Papier Neache Desks. Port Folios and I hereby certify that I have had in operation, one ; u a .
or commence term office of the tfficcr now reduced As and reh'-lble article thi tion DIed by the Doctor in their 't
Albums Flower Vaoe, Tea Trays, Girandoles, Par- ofilr. Wut or& saw pins two and believe them price. pure practice :
are suffering from contraction of the muecles or permanent elected shall expire.t year if to in the world. trial of its virtues will
Quinine not ,
f lor and Globe and Feather tie best gins used iu Gadaden Co, Fla. u equal superior ally any person oority ita _
pains in the} side or back. jSbc. :. Be it fill der enacted That the twenty Passage Lamin Chimney ALto. 00 hand n great variety (.Foreign and American -. and value. .upen
The of Georgia hive but to becomeac- I third Clause of the Clu&tcrTah Mat*. Pocket Composes, SurcJ'u' Nov. 2(5( 1852. DAVID L. WHITE, M. D. .
t people third Article of the Coiutitution of( Chemicals Drugs. Melll1 inetl. .-!. For /AHor ,.-lt i ll
quainted with its virtues when they ,will report to itsMe. this State be so altered aud amended as to read a! Chains one Field Compass, House, Tea, aud February 19. 1853. 7 LEIS & AMES. Chafes, Cuts,Wounds: Splints tr'turt.Corh.Smtd Sp&Yin.Sti ,. '
Bnu CorxxT Ga. Jan. 14 1863. S
0 Yours truly follows, viz: A State Treasurer and Comptroller o.r( Hand Bells. Sprains. Film of the Whirlbone"Dixtemper .-
M. W. WALKER M. D C. This M to certify that I luire in use on my plantations eye or$Oytjt,
Public Accounts shall elected! by the quahnVd electors }IliVKR AND rfTEVAU Medicines. Stiffness or Ppasm. \
in Baker two cotton gins, made Col.J. Lnc\jaw, bo
4 Forsyth Monroe County, Georgia; of this SUite iu th. first Mon'day iu'October in Silver Table, Desert, aol I Tea Spoons, Butter H. Watsou of county Palmyra Geo, that perform by in good received Quinine, Cinclionint1. Epsom Salt der. Bi5Hea&l, Foot Evil, Naval Galls, Si bit
To Scovil do Mead. New Oileaus JUST ea.
La. the year 1 S56. and every two j,eai s thereafter. Kitties and Silver Cup". Plated Te'aC'IM, BA>keti, style in ticulD.r. Soda Castor Oil, tc, for salt- low br or the Kof any thing.

Jew Daiid's or Hebrew Plaster in !.North Cnrolina.Messrs. sic. 3 He; it fiiitficr'tnactid, Thai the ihirieen'h: } Ca>tors, Urns Fruit Stand Waiters, Butter Dishes e'erpal WRIGHT MURPHEY. February 12, 1 1853. 6 1). MAS'LEY. DIR IO .-For Man.-Pint rub well tl.

.Scovil A Mead:-I have been troubled with Clause of the .iifh, Article of ihe < '\ of ibis} and! Candle Sticks, Silver PLitttl Forks, Table, Dessert part affected with the liniment from 3 to ft times a
S ae: be .> al'l'n.Jmd' amended at to rend ac fo-! and Tea Spoons. .< Notice Ila keeping woolen k. In
the chronic rheumatism for the last twelve : On Lxx Cot ty Ga, Jan 15, 183S.Thii y a cover over ulcers ana
years. 1-iw. viz: Tlic Cleik of the Court mid the Shot Pouches nnd
Supreme Fine Double Barrelled Guns
.I the 1st of July 1849, I waa so bad that I could not i is to that I have overseed for Col Win. months after date, the undesigned, Executor burns use a lint COTer. For Salivation, rub the part
Cleiks of UK CoUits of Chancery, thall beIcelt..l! Gun Wads. Cleaning cowry SIX
turn myself in be I I. and the pain so severe that I !md he his by Powder Flasks, En<;li".h Caps. Janes the and that I used a cotton gin th* estate of James A. Frederick, deceased afffctal. F"rpiies and sore eyes of course the Unj-
of first
e'oc the Car- past year
qualified on I Sta'e. on Monday fine Table jib or without Forks is
nod" TV
cot slept a wink for fix At this time Cutlery. late of Leon will t- the ment applied without the cover,aud in snake bites
i' dajs. my attending in Oc ober in ihe year 185fi. and every four fine Cutlery of all descriptions, fine innnufiiclun-d by Cell J. IL Watuon of Palmyra County, apply > Honorable
.S physician prl..cl flied the Hebrew Planter, and thereaf, and ihe Clerks of the Circuit Courts vc-rs p-k Cane, Accordians, which performed my entire satisfaction nuakhiggtJo.V1 Judge of Probate (,f said Countv for a final dischargefrom i give freely internally.
I it acted like charm the years Sri"'lrs nnd Iears.rlkmuig exhibit For the J/lir, .-Rub well 2 cr 6 times a day the
a left and I said and will his
; paiu me Mept shall be elected by the qualified electors, in such Violen: Bows Violen and Guitar sjieeil and tine wimple without any knapping estate final account
I more than half of the night and in three duvs I was is hereafter be 11uh'1Yil.lt'II- Lubin'a: Extracts Co- averaging three bales per day. W. W.ADAilS. and vouchers, of which all interesvd will take due affected part, without coyer, except in spavin .cut or
manner as now or
may prescribed by RazorRazor Strop
able to ride out I cnnider the Hebrew Plaster the I Strings Windsor and Yankee Sha- notice. ISRAEL F. BEARD, Executor.: wounds. For Distemper, rub the forehead and inject

:1.' 'I, befit remedy for all sorts of puius now in t11 e. aw.Src. 4. Be it fntt\er enactid, That the pix'et'nth lo-/ueT onps'Lavender Brown October SO, 1852.43 BAKER CoUNTY GJU Jan, 18, 1853. December 18, 182. 50 6m* into the flf>tnJ.lnulfurturecf .
G. W. Thug _ by L T.Henderson for R MIXON
McMINN.Henderson -
., Clause of ihe fifth Article of ihe Cc.ustitniou of ihlg TliM may certify that I }have in me one f.f. ILWatou66aw V
vHle. N. C., Aug. 16, ISftO. State bo, and the nnd l N eSpring and Summer Goods. :with I well Notice. Pnic.50 cents. Fartmrviltr. La.
tame is hereby so altered anicuded gina. am pleased an- !
Beware of counteifeiu aud baw imitation, !IS If DILL. & MARSHALL, Fort Gaines Geo. Depot
as to read ful1o'I'iz' Thero hdl FROM NEW YORK. take in them to in month after date. I shall prevent arcount*
"< : ; l>c an RECEIVED a good pleasure recommending planters SIX my
tST The genuine will in future have the ei nntureE. Atttirney General (,.r the Sta'e, who shall reside a' .lUST, of Stjple. Fancy aid Dress Goods of SouthVe Geo, as being equal to allY made in vouchers to th. IIlIn.Judge of Probate for the States of Georgia Alabama and Florida E.BARNARDTaliasssee' ..
1 Taybr the Heel label JOHN JORDAN. Quiney
on plate engraved on the eat of Government; it ehnll) be his duty to attend lat e. top of each boxPurcliJieers Jiimes. Albritton. deceased aud OL"k sessions fora
all of the General AflJf'mhlmd! upon Drill. Scotch Ginghams! discharge
I ; arc advised that a mean counterfeit of the passage of any act, I 10 draft and tutmit to the Super Brown Linen, Madder Law, COI-STV Ga, Jan. 21 I, 1853. from sail I Admiiii.tratioii. I GRU-'FIN.Apalachicola.
this article is in existence.
,' to General Atecmbly, at the same session, all neceary do Shrunk do. Tchd Jacone'9 WILLIAM T. ALBRJTTON( Adm'r. TESTIMONIALS.
This ill to certify that I haTe overfeed for B. O.
; The genuine is sold the only Juth-alld by us, and by our agents forms proceedings under such law, which when 1'lnl.IJ.. !., .l". Sw!.* Onjmidies, Keaton the last three years past aud used one of J. MadiVnn County February 17, 11:3. 7 6ia Union Parish, La, Oct. 20, 1850.

t "1 appointed to sell throughout it. Dealers and nnTpedlar is allowed approved shall be publifhed therewith anti he elmllnf dj Striped Drills, Mourning Lawns, Watsou's 50 aw gulls, made at Palmyra which! DEAR SIB,- I am greatly opposed to giving te.ti.momalsl -

J t cautioned ngain buying of purchasers but generally rform such otlier duties ,as may be prescribed bylaw i do Cheeked do Coloietl Baregt'f, hug |xrfonned to my entire satisfaction and! i h durable Notice. cures said to be performed by patent medicines
# are any our regularagent ; he shall be elected' by 'Jic qualified electors of I White Linen do Satin Plaids -lasting well. HENRY BATEMAN. V ; but in the ease of Mr. Boteman who used
otherwise CTE'dittJI1 and entitled dill-
\ be legatees to
th'y.il1 imposed upon with a thi S n'(. on the fil lot Monday (I( October in the n.llc811tiu Jeans, Crape de Pane, ALL persons your Nerve and Bone Liniment on a long standing ulcerous -
worthless article. SCOVIL 4 or otheric i iuttrertid in the e..tate of
MEAD year 1$56 I and every four years Uicreaf er, but may ihnp4 Lawn, Striped Silk Tissue, J LEE COCXTT Jan. 18 I sore leg. I am compelled, in common honesty ,
111 Cbartres ftreet. New Orlcrnn, Sole General 1853.Tliis George; W. Standley.latei-f I Jeff -n County,Florida, i
I IIJt' removed by I tho Governor, ('11'the adilics-s of two- \'i..t..ndo B)aden 1obes, to make attestation to the merits of such an valuable
for the Southern ) is to cE'rtiftht I have deceased are hereby notified to exhibit their cLtims
I Agents State, to whom all orders overfeed for C ,l. Jos.
thirds of the hJI.1U.c8 of the Gt'nHalI!i-inbly. Swi-s Muslin, Super do do medicine. I am the more anxious to do this. aa the
must be BotuI the plllt and demands within t'o'f'lrS fn/iu this date to the
addressed. two and have
invariably used his form
yean on
and fha.ll: receive for IIi: srrvii'es a compensation to ill Dotted 8wj..a do. Cambrics, person.was a patient of any UWB. and, previotntj to
3 fixed by Jaw : Pruvid d. That Wit term of otlice of Us.kMu.lii, I Jo foui coLon triii of sixty saws each. mauuLutur bvCoL underpinned, or the same will be barred; and all persons I using your justly named all on his leg..lte had
Dr. J. H. Watson of indebted said deceased make
Guytntft ItnprovfJ ErlraH of Ytllfiif Dork Pahnvra! which have performed to requested to
the Attorney General to be. elated under! thiamen Tarlton M-idraw Cravats used all remedies usually adopted in such cases. Ia
and Sar.c parU i, put up in the lanrect: sized bf.ictioiith y make a riue sample, immediate payment to my authori",-d Agent and Attorney a short time after using your liniment, he was perfectly
4 contains more of the pure Honduras SarmpariHa than: flwll gin very fast and are durable and lat ,11. William Budd, at 11'lIti.dj., who is fully authorized i ia
of Hffice.f the offwernnvc elected exjiie. Silk Illn!ion, Fan<'y d,) and permanently cured. His leg > now u soundas
any other preparation extant: which is chemically Sec. :. Bf it fuit'nr Nlar11mt saul election, Silk Handkerchief. Plain Bobinof, Jurknn Edging, JAMES CHEEK. bv. me to settle theI:tl e!'ate. ever it was. Y" &r.1LB. WEST.*. *
combined with the extract of Yellow Di>ck. and thy I shall be ccnductwi aol the mad j in JANE STANDLEY, Adm'x.Jl'fftrson
return thert-of Thread doS Thread Lace, Inset till !. Swiss CJaronett TO THE PUBLIC.
; extract of Wild Cherry, thus making the remedy the man'icr now prescribed.: fir nhich may hereafter I do.. SWIM Umlrrcleevcs !CurTn. B''jiiet Rib- MACON Ga, Jan. 2t, 1853. County. April 9, 1853. 14 3m*
Farmerville Union Parish. La. March 16 1851.
more thomi hly efficient than any other Snrsaparilla b* piosriiltrd b\ law. Air the election rf n1 011pr to IHJIIS. (;:m1.1. (!rape do, Ladies Hose Mei,'! and Chil This in to certify that I have in uce upon mv plantations ,
.' before the I the Editor of the New Orleans Delta
the To :
At time it
t public. same i ill perfectly Cviigiew. fr'>m ths: S ate; Rn.llt! f.11J.lllte the duty. of i Iren's half Hoee, Silk and Cottou Undershirts. tc, in Lee unit! Bak.r Counties six cotton gins of MONROE HOUSE ,
free from all mineral Gentlemen We wish valuable
poimins. which cannot IHJ Md of I the Governor to ihbue commissions, under the pe.nl of .tc. for f-ale by D. ilAXLEY. cixty i saws each m de by (111. J. H. Watson of Palmyra TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA-; through your jour.
any other of the Sar; aparilla compounds. The invalid I nal, to to the public voluntarily our sense ef
the S Ilttato! the 1 jv'ons receixitiir the highest number April.1C. 1853. 15 .Ga., with wlik-h I am well pleased and ouitid-
should beware of P. MOORE informs the tli value of of the discoveries of the
poivms Mercury Iron. Quinine thBn respectfully one greatest age
(If \" for the said 8 H>r.I.flj't.". er equal to any ginslluule in Georgia iu
Potafh Iinline,Su1plmr.Arcnic.and many other I Sinn GENTCAL As>rvnLT.-Pas ed the Hoiift1 of 1 UST RECEIVED pr-r "Venice," CI.il'ola| ," :1.141 l rcMrHtt 1 take pl" a."iire ill recmnmcnding them eVery toplanttTS MELI;; that he baa l lr;ed. for a term of viz: DR. I.T.HENDERSON'S "J'tni'and Bant

mineral and metallic ]poisons enter into and form the Re ,rNlelltatn'cs }by the Coits-ti'ntional! m.ijoii-y, Jan- J Steamer "J. L D.iv," from New Orleans m SouthWestern Georgia and Flontli.Col. the building on M t uroe Street. OPPosite L -I/t.tnl Htal all, and Puhaonie Oil.

.4 active basis of nnst of the Sar.aparillas and Panaceas nary: 3. lf-53. P t-s'd tie Sniiite by the Con .titu-. 40,00'J' lb.. Sides, Shouliler; aud Hams Watson is a Smithorn limn bonn and raised in the PI.f uix block and will tl.oror.ghly refit it for Although we are not advocates of the host of patent

cf the dav. Guys-it Compound Extract of Yellow I I liuiial mujurity, January 6, 1W3. 75 bbU. Super'fine Hour, our inidst, and has no Northern inf<-rfit.JO.iCPH. a Public Hou'E'. to be opened or the 1 st December quack medicines i which now flood the coantTT.". I
.- Dock and'Sa.fII\pnrilb docs not contain a particle cf I 30" Extra Family- BOND. ...xt11 the furniture. of every desKriptien.: in this I think it but an act of sheer justice to the inventor and

these substances; as any one can ascertain by apply 25" Me-sPork, establishment} : will be HIT, an.! it will be furnished of use to the public to cheerfully and voluntarily

ing the necessary teets.Lt OfFICE or SttTEtAnT of STATE, t 25" Re Boiled Syrup, comfortably and! 'l alJlIy. Tin- table hall be aswell from our own personal knowledge of the above meat-
4 all poisonous Sarsaparilla prepnmtionn alone, Capitol TullitluKftr, J/" rc// 28, 1 Jh5S. J JI f liOHikt'J.. LEE COI.NTV Ga, Jan. 21, 1853. supplied as M possible in tis: section aud it i is fine [and Lich have been attested by numerous veritable

and use Guyoott'* Improved Extract (Yellow Dock CHUIFJI "'. DO\\, '-G. Secretary S ate (.' 10 Clarified Brown Sugar This i is *o certify that I o\er>'-d for C.,!. Joseph his intention in all respects, t.) {.'.,\if Ip. a convenient witnesses to say that used iutemaUv. it is OMof

a and Sarsaparilla. which is tborotijjhlv efficacious, perfectly the State of f Florida do hereby certify the fi.rgoin-j 2 boxes I..IIII/nl' Bond la.t year at his Mil-1 Creek plantation in BukerCuuuty and! comfortable bollS of -rtaiiirneit, th' best medicines for disease of the lungs and

,3 harmless, nnd purely vegetable. All linde of to be u true and correct COpY! of the original on file 2 Buffalo. Tongues, and used one of J. \VatoiM lIilb'm:, anal Tallahassee Nov. 13, 1852. 45 tf. (n.mlulJg olsvrvBtionTkuow it is the best remedy ex-

dUease yield to its genial influence.SCOVIL. iu I his office 10 Tierce Lard hate no lu-.Mlatiun in saying that it is the beet gill I taut used externally for man or beast iu the cure of

i: MEAD, III Testimony Whereof. I I have hereunto affixed 6 Sugar Cured Ham ever used, it makes a fine eamplo of cotton-aerag-' AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO. those disease for which it ia advertised:

I 111 Chartre. etrc. New Oilcans, my Mtrniiture;; ai.d th. Gr .at S.al or tl.e -A LSO-. ing fuur bates pr day with ea<> and i ia durable. I Dr. M. D. Mavrs testimonial will further convince

.1 '' Wholesale General \ l'ntlf'lr the Southern State*; T Sta'e of Florida. Joe, at the Capif}his iins before and alwu)s had f Jwill"pIIE undersigned. Agent of tb above Company. ; any one of its siiperioritv in the cure J Consumption

to whom .orders. must be a ldn-;.fd. AK! +..ltI by 5 City. of 1Ial.u.e! (.D Monday, the 2(5th( } day BERRY .: ROWLES. them to perform to MV- clltirf'I'ati..fll.ti..n.l1Hm.S; receive applications lot -UK! make insurance I i T. HAND. Sheriff, C.T. BARTON. .
nin-t Fire. Brick ainl! Frame
Lewis & Am<>.'. n..h.t Co. E. B.irn.'rd Jr. Talla- *i of )Mardi: A. D. 1H53.: *ni *evcntyMnth April 3n), 1853. 17. tf J. CARTER. i losby on BuiMingn R ELLIS. Recorder, S. C. DA\ IR Aseewr.N. .
Fumitr.re Merchandize J..
haBsee, A H. Wilf-m. Newport Samuel Pulcston year of the InJepcudeiice of the United Statesof M. Bli YAN. W. CULV ERHOUSE. v.ix i
I .1 Monticello. John P. J'idKfl A- Co.. Quiney. William! America. Middle Circuirt of Florida.! LKE Cot-NTT Ga, D,-c. 25. 1%2. January .. 153. 4 B. C. LEWIS. I J.W.HUTHNANCE, H. P.HUTUNANCE Asai

r .. '. CliattaiuvJ-hie. Rtltit-11
L W. 8. Bell i Co, B.iubridgc, Ga, E. SeixtsThouas-, &critariState.. II. ili-u:hoii the l pr.">ent s-var. and iw.d twc gins ori I R. BRYAN. D. PAYNE.
4 ville, Ga. April 2, 1S53. 13CARMICHEAL 6m* Guan | To Spring Term IS53. At. Ii" f.i im n-a-Je: }by J. 11. W..t""II..l 1'.1rnnlhi.h OIX month after date! I tliall ,present my 1jr. LI ac- February 19. 1853. 7 ly
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4 _ ,__ l.a. } tachment. Amount
SW Ill to e.uallo O and 'lIudlf'rto the Honorable !
\ md "u count* Judg oiProuite -
February, I S: 3. 8 4meow p.r { any gins I have e\t-r & OSGOOD'S D.iiiiel Ma-hbum, ) { I lif. <:5. I. they gin a..1. uud aiike good !int. for JetTt-ri-on County a* AdminLitratnr (ill lehnlfjjf DR. I. T. HENDERSON

I Trunks, Carpet Bags, &c. DREDGING JVIACHINE.undeiigne Middle Circuit of Florida-Gads-Jen Circuit OujrLWilliam PRYOIi liOBY. my wife Harriet L. n ir:1f df'8U. of Henry C.. the most successfuL scientific practitioner or

I GOOD assnrtmeut of Travelling Tninla, Carpet "'UIE l havebeen appointed the Agentsfor Roger, ji To Spring Trnn Is53. At- Wirt. late'.fsai'l Countv. deceased. and ask for a'discharge NOw western country fur the cure of any kiiij or

.i, "< A Das, anti Valicos. Also a few very dea'rabJcTravelling 1l. the owners oftliii. invention, and would recommend *'*. f tU..IItl.Ilt.IlJUUlJt} ) sworn to .* Air.vsr, Jan. 23: 18.13.TTii from said AdmiiiMrutiori.WILLIAM. I I character of Chror.ic diseases, to wit: Cancer. Scrofub. -

: ,. Trunk fur Ladies use, do Boiintt Trunks it to Contractors. Companies or individuids! Daniel a'-J.l'urn. ) $6S 48.! w to certify that I have in in"- on mv* phmtatinn : O. OIRARDEATJ.county. I IJdT'r'f'1l Fungus Serrions Ulceration. Polypus and Cuta-

i on hand mid w ill be sol J luw bv w k' are ah.ut doing work of the following description, T lIE ,1cf"II.I.Jllt and all |1er-cumsiiitei-ster1. arc }hereby III this Cmiuty a sixty saw fin lI1auuii.turt.J bvCoL April 23. IS'>:3. 16 6m taneon-i eruptions of any pirtion of the bt>dy. together -

.* 'w. MITCHELL viz: i n"tifie J of (the iiiMitutinn the :il-ne stated .J. H Watson of !l'.ilnivr.i. which I u.i.I'r equal ---- -- with all umrnr of Chronic Diefses or General Di-

; .a> April 16, 1663. 15 Extensive Drainage of Swamps, Marshes and Sugar -j caute, and of the''uins; of writ of httjfjjmer.t, th -re- t.> au* gii maile il; Geonrf.t; in -nry particular, and To Sea Island Cotton Planters. bilitv and Constitutional Derangement; also an Ocu-

.: Plantations. in. and! are hereby notified to appear. xml, plead to the iHt (']excelled,' any. I hate. u<> h .MtaHm. in ncimiiicuding BY request of many Plauf.Ts- this State and in ii, :Aurist. as well as a practitioner on secret disease

4 {,.j J. CA&AWAT 6MITO MAET1S 1'. DOBV. Building Levees around Plantations: and Towns. declaration filed! iu such facts n..(><.<.tiel\. them: tll planters! in S'ulh-" <-tem Georgia.They ; Georgia. 1 have concluded, to resume tie nwnufaotnreof of men and those peculiar to woman; Also the only

SMITH & DOBY Opening. Channel Way and removing Bars at the C. IL
month of rivets and b harbors. Att jriif\s t tit I'laintifT man,.a native of our own gloiinus! ICf'r' iL wish to purchase Gins will plea'c Reward theirordersus Pulmonary Diseases. Can be consulted by letter or t tin .

.: ?TUIE'tr I AT L. t17 Making Canals through swamp, marshy or sandy March 19. 853. 11 :imPaiuts D. VASON.. early as possible, that they may be filled in time person at Fort GRille, Geo.
-- -
'- the'comiug Should references be requi TEST.DIOSIAI.S.Lot'JS1LU .
I MONTICELLO. FLORIDA ground.Deepening. PREMIUM for crop. any
: TITILL practice in the Middle Circuit the water around wharves and! piers. Dry and in Oil. .., GINS redthey can be given by addx-jsinir the subecriber Ky. August ''r, 1M9.
of Florida'V Channel lakes and rivera NOW White Zine Paint in 25 It, '. TAYI.tR Ot CO., Proprietor of i:lie Co- at Tallahassee, Florida. WILLIS BALL.March to all expedatioD
V V and iu the Counties of Thomas and Lowndcs in Keeping open : way through -I S lu.gI E. Dr. Henderson, I must say contrary
rafts suukcu of White Lead cxtia N.,. lutnbusCollonGiii Manufactoryhave !tIle 113'i..ldclinn 26. 1853. 12 cured ister of the Cancer
i. Georgia. remuiiug or logs, tearing up routs I pure 1. von have,completely my
!I 4 May 7, 1S53. 18FAMILY trees, tte. i V Green Paint of various kind, DnaIt] in Oil (.announce to their patrons and the Planter of her breast and Mrs. c of the Poly pus
To persons desirous of improving waste lands by Block da do. do. dJ.; dO generally, t throughout I tine Co.t"n growing re- Bricklaying, PlasteringWhite- of the nose the other directions in the various treatment

I A5 SUPPLIES.-In btore and for sale low drainage, thia machine can recommended I u* the on- Red do. d... do. do. do. ">(iIJn.I heir t t1)I celebrated they ale PREmIUM prepared supply GINS. any number washing &c., &c of Chronic D Disease has proved better than anything

i; fn &* arrivals from New Orleans. 20 ly one adapted to all the purposes neCfcanry. Yellow (11dl. do. do. ., do. f Where these Gins have been oner used, it wouldbe TIlE undersigned offers his ?;r vices for the above, I have ever met with in my 25 years mvestiga- "

: saisks Bawn Lird in bbls. and Kt-ars, Flour Extra To those who are building or repairing canals or Bide do. du.do. do. do. deemed lor the ManulactuierstoMjword is ready to do work with pr nupUtude and onrcawnable tion and practice. *.

-. and siif>erfine. with trerj- other urtic-Ie of Family tup- drains, it will be found) of immense value, as it will Umbw aud Terra tie Sekma do. do. a iel their unnecessary favor, a* they feel I confident l lilt' machine term Yours, Respectfully. T. A.HOBBS, .D.

: plies, on the moat reasonable terms, by deepen the canal aud at the same time form an embankment Carmine, Lake, Vermilioo.VaniL-heR.Oils.BrUbhes, have bve brought t<* such peleclion.lhat March 19, 18M. 11 tf A. H. LINDSAY. FARMEUVILLI. LA. November 18. 1861.

4ii S S. S. KNIGHT. or levee. Diamonds and other Pjintin- material (their performance will recommeiidihem Dr. Henderson, the medicine prepared for my V
superior :
.J May ?, 1853. 18 This machine i is used with either horse or steam A few I barrels of Fire Proof, 'for sale: very low to ill ; reeres.ce toalluttierCinisnow in UP. Foi the Notice. mother iu Ipw, Mrs.H ndrick,fol Cancer in the bresrt

power, w hich can be increased to any extent close a consignment LEWIS Jt LISIES.5.v..mI'er vjlMlaclinn v.l those who hvp noticedIhe Gin, person, creditors, legalca entitled to distri has succeeded and 1 feel no hesitancy in saying to the

1 t. ALACHUA MILITARY INSTITUTE, They are 2ow ill successful operation in all parts of --,-2U. 1 1K52. 4,; and areunaiu| ,i III fd willilheir rppul at ion. I ht' Proprietors ALL or otherwise inter--.ted in the Estate of world as I have said to you, that in many years experience -

r- 1\EW \>SVILLE EAST FLORIDA. the country, and in.iy be seen at Charleston,*S. C. PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY need lIoly'iay., that the FIRST Premiums John B. IJt:(. late of Jefierson County Florida de in the western country and acquainted with tie

i _. _.. ._ Navy Yard, iVnucacola and on the Canal between have been awarded to them for the BEST GIN exhibited cea"ed. are hereby notified to exhibit their claims and Scientific Practitioners, you are the very best _on

Exercises of this Institution commenced on Oalu'f toll and Sm Louis. HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT. at t Ihegre 1 Stale..air ht'ld at A .lanta, Georgia demand within two years froin this to the under- Chronic Diseases I ever met with or read after.

i: THE 22d February and will continue until the By application to J. S. Secr our ajrmt at Mobile, Cnpital Stock, $300OCf ; also, at, the Alabama and Georgia Agricultuial signed. or the came will be>buried ; and nil persons Yours Respectfully. B. B.WEST,M.D.
f f..r the States of Alabama and Florida information
!' annual vacation in August The Board of Trusties t as .undi-r.unied. Agent of the and Mechanic's Fair, held at Coluiiibns ; anil! at the indebted to the siad deceased are requested to make NEW ORLXAXS LL. August '. 1852-
to the cost of the uiachuie d-cM ClIO be obtained.G1LURKT4SECOK. THE above Company,
have, at considerable expanse, erected a fine building i prepared. to take li-U a-jiutt"! Fire on build annual Fair of the South Carolina 'Institute atChart.'ton. immediate pavnient to"SARAH Dear Sir: Your medicines and direttiers ia the
J.' capable of accommodating two hundred etudcnta. The Cotton ginned on thtur Gins re- C. Tnf IAS. Executrix been successfully
and l all
149 New Vork.f33T ings their contents, on the most favorable fc-rnm. eases of Ulcers j The] have engaged as Principal Mr. JESSE T. Drawings of the above Broadway maehino and of F. 1L *' AGG, Agcnt.Tallalus8ec :I'hl'tllhe fir-t PieiniTim! at the fxhibilion |.eld in WILLIAM THOMAS! E.c-cular tried bv me, and I find them entirely tatafactory. -
BER\AUD. A. M, wo has for a number of a machine CharlestonSoinh Carolina.ano. every Fair wheresampleof his than
years the woikcd horse October 25, Its 1. 42 -f tn rtgtt of tc'fr.Jen : : and believe your system better any
on principle by
; been favorably known instructor of Mr. power ; Cotton from them have been exhibited.
as an youth. _. >r oii ('unt". Mav 14.153. li 12w with which I have ever come across.
I Iii be eni]>loyed in ditching, draining, and railroad -- --- -- --- The }Proprietors hate in t their V
B. will be a&ewted y a-AliliUiry Graduate and other MEXICAN |ot-esion nurritrouareilificaleslrom T. C. McFARLIN. M. D.
t com telJt U-acbers/% cavating, can be keD by appl.lag to MUSTANG LINIMENT. Planteri, Colton Brokers Comini Insolvent Estate Notice. Yours Respectfully. '

l'I The advantage of Military: Schools are peculiar.Besides J. S. SECOR. DRUGGISTS and' Mnduints can obtain supplies ."ion Merchant. and Mimifacluier of Colon STATE OF FLORIDA. ) Anv amount (If testimonials can be seen bj calling

; the extensive course in Mathematici.which is 27 Water st. Mobile price, by application to Goodi' testify mu;; that the performance' the C.ins, Jcffc-reon to-\vit: J f on the undersigned, be flatters himself in po8Ifllioe

calculated to expand tOO Mind by training 'it to Novembers?. 18S2_47 ly_ LEWIS & AMHB: and the sample* produce.) by them, cannot be excelled County of a decided knowledge arising from tea years cki
Wholesale Agents for Flonda. by Gin* tiianu'fdclurc.l. T. LINGO Sherilf and ex-<.fficio adminis observation and experience in the West and t
habits of thinking the Manual of Arms furni hedwh'desonrieexercibC any ever DANIEL practice
Glass, Oils, White Lead, &c. March of the estate ef Jol-o N. Partridge, late of Orleans. His gives but .
at stated periodH, and their d1d 9.1P52. tf All onleis for Gina, <;iven. either :to our travelline the Hospitals of New system
J rUne causes ImbiU of order punctuality and prompt 100 BOXIX Window flaws, asw.rtcd. sizes, or local Agents or forwarded to tine Proprietor said County. decease has tl-is day riled in the Pro- .a little pa ui and seldom ever uses the knife, and when (.

; ob8d wce. and the ebtubluhment of the student in afirm 100 kegs White Lead, pure,extra & No. 1, Notice. mail,will always receive prompt allenlion. Gin's hate office of said county a written suggestion that he compelled only to a limited extent, remedies southaot

r graceful and manly carriage. 3 barrels Linseed Oil, OIX months after date, the undcrhiKiie4.es Admin- will he sent I to any cart ofjhe! country and warranted believes the Estcte of said Job N. Partridge, deceased instead of irritating.

.j Students entering before let of July will be 6 Lard! Oil, O ittrator on the estate (.f Stephen Saunders, dc- 10 give .salUtrfrlion.JOS. ; to be insolvent ; REFERENCES. :

charged on!\' from date of entratx-o. A*the number of 2U package Fire-proof Paint, (bbls.nd i bbls.) censed, late of L>OII County will present bioS final nc L .JUTTOX, Agent, Tallahassee. Thereuri n notice is given to all pesrons having Gov. JOSEPH WALCEE Ex-Gov. ISAACimwos,,
U I 2 barrels Rectified) Whale Oil count and vouchers to the Honorable! of Probate roliimbns. Marco 20 claim 4iiist said estate to appear and file the same ,
will .
: Teachers l lie limited. by the wnuU and means of Judge isn. H! j\- Ho. S. W. DowNs P. BonE U. S. Senat-"m.
;iJ the InetitutiiHL parents xi ho may with to enter theirons 2 Train Oil. IbM.!. Copal Varnish, for Leon County and ask to lie discharged.EPHRAIM '-- with the Judge of Pn>liate for -aid! county on or before Professors STONE AU,1*. Hrsria of N. 0.; DraJARTKIOHT. '

s for the Fall Term.commencing mOd..1J'rhouIJ Spirits Turpentine in barrel and! at retail. A general : SAUNDERS, Adm'r. DENTISTEY.TVR the 14th day February next. [ Dowxia. and HKSDEBSON. of' O.

'I' make immediate application to the Secretary, that assortment of Colors,Brushes and other Puinteru January I, 1653. 52 Cm P. P. LEWIS rosilent of this TilOS. J .CHASE February 19. 1853. 7 ly

1 1 i more Instructors may bn employed if necessary materials. LEWIS d. AMES. I '11. kjc'ty., gives notice-to his friend and Judge of Pro at .

.) TERMS OF TUITION: June 5, 1852. 22. tf I Drugs, Chemicals, *Vo ... r tho public generally that he has removed -May- -14-,.1853., 19V- ______9m_________ Teacher Teacher :
,,, to his old Und near the Iwt he i is
Office where
I 5 Senior Department termof 1 1 vreeks.. $1 0 to 1 2.0 Wines, Syrups, &0. SULPHATE QUININE, warranted r i/ui. and nil j JlI'tlJ"1 ed to execute Dental operatioJfc the new and Insolvent Estate Notice. WANTED; by a young man. a situation aa Frock-
1 school H#J8 V
Junior of an Academy or
) o0
} Port Claret Black ixapuvedpias. 5- STATE OF FLORIDA. > V
'; Board can be bad at from six to eight dollars per OLD Old Port Juice Oil Purified Chinvidine.pepper. article Artificial Teetu, nth the gum presenting' a life-like Jefferson County to-wit: f prepared to take charge of one, and instruct JB iN ,
i month. For any information.or for conies of the Regulations Cider prepared from the hppeaiHUe from one to an entire S. DILWORTH. administrator of the branches requisite to reader youths ready.h eowrCollege.
Sherry, Sparkling Peruvian Bark, (mid red bt-t will bo executed together
nearly Quinine.t.about WILLIAM Sxaence* .
J address the Secretary of the Board of Trustees. London Porter, Scotch Ale, one third tHrice. on the AniHwpheric principle, with neatness and r Thomas.J J Hir, late :'of said rouoty, u the Languagea Mathematic education.

;I1J %'M. DELL Secretary. I Brandy) I'caches Branuy Cherries, ALSO a gen supply of Chemicals of the beat dunifxluy. Term.-Cash.Rrjerenn deceased, has this day filed ic the Probate office of with the elements of a practical English of me'
March 26 18 3. 12 tf ,.. written suggestion that he b lit'the Being a graduntw in sane department
!Jj. Ila pl erry Syrup, Sardines quality. -Gov. James E Broome, Dr. C. G. English said county, a testunonu.1 1 l. saV-
Strawberry a Fresh Lobster, Dr. J. B. Taylor, Dr. M. Nash. lInn M.A. kniff. estate or said Thomas J. Heir deceased, to be insolvent V Ws% he can furnish
S.z indebted to the undersigned please standing\-*:
THOSE and settle their accounts.. Lemon" 44 Shad. Fine Cologne, Lupin's n.acts, and an assortniMit K. A. Shine
r April 9th, 1 853. H JAMES B. G AM B LE. Ginger" Salmon of Faiuy Toilet Articles, at very low iniccs. I My, Hon. G. W. Call, Rev. T. Oarducr.I Thereupon notice is given to all persona having .(. nool of repectable '1* 4
l ** claims said estate to and tile the t .,"a&e family. Inmediate apphcatx
Pine Apple English Mustard, Davis' IVin Killer Rodway Ready Relie ,I February 12,1853. 6 tf against appear same J- .1L
t Notice. Gauva Jelly Preserved Quinces, Ocgood'n India Cholngogue.Rose's --- with the Judge of Probate for said county, on or. before dt'llra .R n ;
Notice. the 14th day of November next.THOS.J.. Poet 6fflc Virginia Albemarle
Currant do. Peaches.Spnrkling celebrated PUuiters .
.4? SIX months from date the undersigned administra Gelatine, Tamarinds icines. and other Family Med SIX months after date I shall present my final ac- CHASE, ty Va .F&: ;
1 nf the Estate of the Lite Robert Larkins. de- V and vouchers to the Honorable of Probate. : 19 2m -
Judge Judge of May14I 1. :
Flavoring Extracts Medicines Ac
Spice Jayno's Atjust received by ,
1'! (seasfd, Gadoden County. will exhibit her final ac- Yeast Powders Pickle. LEWIS Probnto, Jefferson County as Administratrix of May 14.1853. 19 6rn --
: flounts and vouchers io the Judge of ProbaU for their AMES. Thomas J. Townend :
CorP Startb '. ,Salad Oil, October 11.1851. 40 of said County, deceased, ,Met.mc.Cue .
.County. Gadsdeo. and) a>k fur a discharge Olives Capers V and. aik. ,for a dismUuan from ray Atmmustratn ship. .& Notice.

i I' FRANCES! A. CHANDLER Admrx. Cocoa. > }lt i :[ : .MALSY A TOWNSEND. Adm'x.
Worcestershire Sauce months will
-I j4 April SO.IBB?. 17 6m Georgia Military Jefferson SIX after date,the pndersigneil present
County 1853.
February 19 7 6m
LEWIS & AMES. Institution went bto operation b 1851. At ___ the Honorable Judge of Probate of Leon Countv -

I "r Mu1tme$ ana v> ni8iLey.OX June 5,1852. 22 tf THIS session of 1851-2 the Legislator)'incorporated Notice. ,their account and vouchers as administratrix and .!.

BBLS. Molasses. Garden 8 eda. it as a College, by requisition on the General demands administrate of the Estate of William S. Tbeus. if--':
JU9JW Rectified WhUkev-for sal!. low for Government furnished it with arms both for Infantry ALL Mrs persons having against the Estate deceased, and ask for a final ,h* barge from the administration C4 .
Baga-'Flat Turnip Cabbage Beets, Ac.,just E. A. Harris deceased late of Leon of laid Estate of Inch all interested will ISKS PATENT METALLIO BUJUA
and for
,f OVLT. McNAUGHT A ORMOND. RUT aud Artillery; provided tka'education ofa F .
CASK County, wilt them to the undersigned lulministrator. be bad to ;
& AMES. by applyng
LEWIS present
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certain number of State CudeU. The take notice: ., may "
NswpjrtPIaAptj123,188. 16 Legislature alsodjufcteda !- DAJI i iV
.J Ji Jane 6, 186!. 22 tf Board of visitor*to be appointed of whom properly authenticated within the time prescribed RACHEL A. ALDERMAN. .Adm'xWM. March 28.1U3. 12 OEQ.-
: by law, or this notice will bepleaded .in bar ,
;i JUST. RECEIVED the GovemVu,. ::/ ) President wbos duties are of their ALDERMAN.. -:
'1. recovery; and all person indebted to laid.E. in right of bis wife. Notice.V
the Institute attend its Administrator '
i JOHN B. QALBRAITH to inspect examination, and state make immediate -
Ec are to '
By war4'Jarnud, Jr., its condition to'Uw V requested pnyment. U 185$. 19 ,1m
report on Legislature, and in'con May months after dat ..I wM piwnt 1111'
:: Ji ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR LAW witha'Cmnmiltee of Ui SHINE 'Adm'", "- SIX tltlN
ASSORTMENT OF GARDEN junction Eard of Trustees, Apr 16. 1853. 15 r -1 ji S vouchers administratrix vf die 4f

; 1 AFRESH of 1852.. _. ,TnlUhaute,' Fkiridt, to establish amid declare proper regulations for its government. V V 8-) THE T3UE5VNICINAL Anthony Avant deceased,,.o the Judge of fr\Ibat

I. 1 ALSO. /A FRESH- 'ASSORTMENT .OF, GENUINE_ ;- 0 Me near the Port 0
rt Drugs ';aad.Medicines, I'D._ P. HOLLAND,, '_ ; '*bifh they prescribe are. >as nearly M' possible supply- now hmrjntj from- the 8trwunM., TTSEFUL-'iB' the' cure oJ.Scrt'ful: .n9umption. SV ''S S _H1 V" ,- "i

tbt..ol. tbe United SlaUs Military THE U,o.ulRneuiB ti!n .A\thmaBronehUi! ?,C.i'i I .to "S'- '', 8t' :
ATI'OIlNEYAND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, ; ;Academy our stock of Clothing a very eomplfe one May 21..8U. -
i1! J'E.TTMERT, OOirrECXIOITAfir, S peribn intfretted >buie Udt eaw of the 9ke ? ?rd Lunp A supply' -
Jf V. Any DIY copy of.ther by o/th laMA ttyle We will be Clad to receive a call and I V .t
.-. : .'At 'Uw $1iiofthEOrtar 'allq'lirJ V tb 'superintendent, :.The this Valuable medicine it just received, which IS I t'B.ae .
} : appljing: next Academic from tfaoM in want believing we can make it their In ol! .j
'. .t '..' Lnet'ThIJibiiiie' Flirida. \yjLL practice b the Court of the Middle'Cir- rear win ootRtaaoc* OQ 4orid .June 1%and all ,ho .resttobnyfrom u*. V V warranted pure;and pf ."PVW' W1For !. I LABGZk1May7,1B6' .R m lftCl A.J5.

I ; Vfcult, and Jacksoo and Franklin Oountiea.' desire 'to enter sbonld be present that dayV MoNAUOHT & ORM05D.V sale! bf &AMES, A 18 !

( .. Ir16, 1UL ,/ 91 U October 2*, 1862. 43- -tI- Karietta'O. April, 185$. 13 101 April 53.: 1853. 16 May 2 5, 1SW.' 20 TalUbmee.FU VV *

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