The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: July 9, 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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
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System ID: UF00079928:00219
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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Oils-,- :White Lead, &c. SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. ;> Weaker in bed,. than when you weir From the Family FrieuJ.s A Fearlcs Boy.-A vessel *aa o.rake

Glass, RUST have received General :(i'stcliang.EUTHANASY here ycste'rdnwaz answered but stronger Agaita.BV with JL,terrific tarrieaoe,
lK1X c:; WtI.1ow C.h s.. ns',1ed "il.f'II, HEIR & just per Hoe h tlh &
100 )(II) las \\'hit* Lead, purr,extra t No. J, il ')JI, in spirit. ELLEN LEWIS. Atlantic Ocean. After tb "
bales cotton ualmrglis. all qualities, I have :Mrs. Ellis to efforts eaflier toe
3 bamln: 1rnI l Oil, 10 brought see yoa.-. Rye-Field next station I hurrah. Iteeins to storm/the awful i intelligence
Lard Oil) 5 bales br..\rn shirting, Rlli"'I1.cd, Yon remember Mrs. Ellis tIt of the broke auth. ears of the ,

_ft'1 nucleates$ l irC' proof Paint ((1)1115. and j bbls! ) 8 iaks1.4: brown fhcctinss, BY T. 8. ARTHUR.u Anna lifted her bright eyes to the face of good to get into a Christian countryonce I at aMp is on Ger beam ends ;
laiiel lU: >rtinYJ] WulcOil&: )i Id) p* Eu 5 cud 6 4 brown bheetinji, more after, a three-years camping out passengers
"o 1 Tiuin Oil. 1 ).h. Opiil Ynrni; 6 m 10-4 S.: I. do po You remember Anna Maylio sewed Mrs. Ellis, and said :, smongCa1iiorn savages. I declare, i wonder she will never right again ; death i i. eertin."

nirit;/* Turpentine in !Imnvl, am. at n.tnil. A penC"l"ii 2 bale? stiiped osnabuigs! for you about a year ago !lot said one fashion 0, yes, very well; and she feebly extended if Kate hasn't just got supper ready !"- 6 Nof at all, sir !"- exeaime a little sailor

114l'tg/ L.flrIlflcut of >,llrusLi"<,and 'tlwr IVmtrrs 20 i p:* bcnl tick, a wrtedt ably-dressed! lady to another. her ]hand. The lady touched her (Par parenthese, isn't that a matcvline idea.) boy, .God wi sate Glye .
I 1). 11. 1ES.'uly1'S5. :: 2U! p" hickory plurtinjj: hand with emotion akin to As think ? said the
an awe. yet, "
,1I11/t.ri:111\/ : 7 U 10 p!' Marlboro stripes wid plaids That pale, quid girl who made! up dresses Hurrah, there, Mr. Conductor,just shove Why do you so : capfcH1.

;- ,--_ -- 4 ]p* apron cheeks, assorted, for the children {" the scene oppressed and bewildered her.- out my baggnge ; Im off here?' And 'sure with strong feeling and astonisment
&c.OT1 .blue' Denims I There- was something about it that was hurries Because sir, at they are
Wines, Syrups, 20 p' The one sent you. enough, at the rate of two loco* ,
Tort, Claret, .o< p< llollod Cambet! 0, yes, very well. I had forgotten ler dream-like and unreal Death death !" matives tie togE.'tier. praying under the Bethel flag i the city o

:, Old Port Juice, 80) ps! cottonadcs, assorted; name. What has become of her ? If I R. she questioned with herself, can this be dy- I : say, little wife, where are Glasgow, for all sailors in dist and us among -
Slurry, Sparklm: : Cider,' 2 2 ps> Military Brown! Linen,luck, member lightly, I engaged her for a week ortwo tug ?tIt you ?" and he looks through the window, tbe rest ; and God wi hear their prayers -
JjonJi'ii, }'..rter, Sc..tch1(', | s Your day will soon close:, Anna," said .' ; now see if he .
'Plainly Cherries, 2 ps Planters IJnen in thefall. But she did not keep her wliere-wli-e.w] if that isn't comfortable ;

lranfh': ; lr1tuR' Syrup, Stid it ie' C j j p< ]plain brovrij linen, n.."it tlo/.1, (,lIga eIDn 1." :Mrs. Hell, in a cheerful tone. there sits Katie with a handsome young man. The captain, an old, weather-beaten tar,
nacl"1' Ibtcr ft i pjilain brown. ]linen drill, averted, Or as we ," quickly replied] Anna exclaimed .with tears down his
Stra'wWiry, ** Fr&ib : Poor thing, said the first lady, whose say In a dres-hlue. too, the pypsey always running

JA'mlln" Sluid.S.ilnum.. 10 5 p<' linen J-'l.la! .. o'snaburf S. I. brown! .l.irting, name was Mrs. Hell, "she'll keep no more smiling, "my morning will soon break. It knew she looks prettiest in blue- and those cheeks, God grant,that their prayers may.
(:ill cr" 44 :: pI' '.s only I a kind of twilight here. I am wait- be heard in our my little preacher !I'
that kind. confound
do do do do of too- the I bhf
II.-: A ..,,, ec EIIli.hI11'tl..1! :: 10 ]1'i* El engagements carri"gs woman- won that
j Hitv'|l'I'm| pje;>ervcd! Quince! R. iw 1-- P- :--lo- -Alto- R. I ito do Why so ? Is she dead ?l" The tone in iag for the day to dawn. der where she gets money dash ,out with, At a great wave struck the
(,a.U\'a Jt-lly, 2! I'M' blue Alandale: shcetin.Fec1ied dear lady said :Mrs: Ellis t ship and righted her. A shout
Currant do. 4' Peaches, r ? which these brief questions were asked, evinced My young when I'm digging away in California. Taking siolaeoa .
F-pnrklill!=: Mat it\('.. Tamarind, toLirtings of all pi ices, widths and qualities. no lively inteiest in the fate of the poor with much earnestness, )bending ever the dying her hand now Sathinosvhat will of exulttio. gratitude loader

FLuuriI' l:1lract.a>, 8l'ic'fI. 6 Bmwn IIoMnnd. w ; scwing.girl. gui as the spoke-the newness and come next? May you go to-Kate, I swear, than storm, went up to God. A few

poWllCrl\, VI Salad('kl.C'Oil. 4 p pOi White do Not dead ; 1mt"erJ near the end! of life's strangeness of the scene had PO wrought np God bless you, darling Kate, I say, Kate!" days after, the noble ship -rode safely into'

Statcb, CnjHTH, 11 p< Iii. -h Linen:n sorfcd weary pilgrimage.' on her feelings that she could not repn>i=SutteranceH and he raised his voice a little.- i New York harbor.i .

Olives WorceotcrFJiirc, Sauce: Cocoa: 20! ) doz ]plaid and stJ iJ'tl bdkf"l'I8orlcd' Ah, well, we must all die,. I suppose- Is all indeed as you say ? Are My husband !" and'the prettiest white Doctor Franklin's Toast. .
Silk } Ibindkcidhicfs, i after
TO I) jmcki-t -- -Long
D. II. AMES. J ps to' think about. you inwardly so calm, so; hopeful, so confident the worM
it's thing in around his neck the
f f d gentk-mcn Si1; eiders, assorted! though no pleasant arms are Washington's victories the
tf > July' 9, 155r:. :!7,-- C i doinpiis white and eoloml Ctittoti Gloves, Hut, I am glad you called in this morning"the : of the morning ? :Forgive me such rosiest lips pressed to his OW1. and o\'e the English bad made his name familiar to all

--Garden Seeds. fi 1''' white Linen Drill soitcd, ladv'soice rose into a more cheerlul : question, at such a moment. Hut the thoughtof bright, black eyes close long, jetty lashes, Dr. Franklin had

,Cabbage.ItoK Ac,just I; ps bl.uk\; Alapnoca) tone-" 1 was justabout putting on my thingsto death has ever )been terrible to me ; and II } heavy with tears ;, Enop and clance to dine
raa: Hut Turnip led) English
2 Tnikcy print ,
BJulvV. \1. H-AMLs.:;. ps14 bivaihid Cotton go down to \'lrm. liobinet's opening. You I' now, to see a fellow-mortal standing, ns you : I don't know how it was, but by this time when ambsori
C j nilpl'r
)ps: | as near as we can ]-
1S53. 27 tfNew C do do 1>....11. intend going, of course. I shall be so delighted are, so near the grave, and yet speaking{ in : the husband's heart was ofu-ned considerably. lowing toasts were drank :recolect

4 ps bird eye Dinner) m.rI1'11"" to have you along, for I want to con- cheerful tones of the last agony, fills me with It might have been o\\ing t the influ- By the English Ambassador '

Spring and Summer Goods. J2 dog Damask Table XujikiiK: !sultour taste about a bonnet." wonder. Is it all real ? Arc. you so full of of, certain other Leart, beating and throbbing Tbe :

lUST )RECEIVE) FROM::\ HEW YOJ:]{, a goods 1 1Iv; -(.,. 15-4 Linen bhtetftig, I came out for a different purpose, altogether heavenly tranquility} ?'l" against his own ; but it's certain he gave England and- Sun the, whose bright bears
and Dress Goods of 2 Tillow Case Linen, enlighten fructify remotest of
aMottiiWHf :StapK 1'aucy J ps Was the dimmed in Anna's corners
do! do Cotton. :Mrs. Ellis," slidlrs.: Hell, dud light eyes by the handsome! young fellow, his wife'syoungest the Earth."

latret riant t-t'slep; Drills' ('( ,IJlLting: *>f S'1)i n\hamtt: 1'J! 11 A: 12!-4 white Mar:
Super IWwn Ijnen, bladder Lav, fill) l p" white gauze Mosquito X Jting, \Vbere !f' thoughts too realizingly upon the last agony sat down with his good humor not at all di- national pride but too to
Tdl.I.1af'f'lIc1II. 50: jis blue and! green do (10 I" O, no Even in the aning hours of polite dispute the
d< Slirunk .111 To see Anna May. j rninislied by the sight of nicely browned bisI toast drank
Bobintt do do previous :
.1n (1(1. Sis Or;:ntvlicfl, lOp-s life her quickest impulse was to render service -
}'IIII1'J What that seamstress of whom I cuit and tea-cakes.
do' : Pi ills, Mourning Li\vn: COO' I jttundi Cotton Yam, nog. fioiu. 5 to 12 poor smoking France-The Moon, whose mild
SuijWl to another. Earnest, therefore, was her steady
Cllll1n.,1 !", psj'uncy\ Calicoes. just spoke ?r' There was a look of unfeigned the
doVhU Jlaieges you cheering are of all
do Cl.erked ; rays delight na
30 Lan Dress; pattenm, the la I' deeir to remove from the lady's mind this nOMC : :1nl
\ > Linen do) atilll'lti,1.. PM \prinU-d ) surprise in J's countenance. consoling them in the darkness and
Fancy Satin Jeans! Ciito: ] ,UTarie, Id/ p M Kiencli :lMnt't do do Yes ; the poor seamstress, Anna :May:-- fear of death, even though she ftlt the waters A handsome man with a slightly sunburned tons their dreariness beautiful. .
\ l.:1\\'u, SUij-odSilkTi :' (Icntt* Linen wl l Li-le, Thn-ad GluvoR.: of Jordan already touching her own de- face sat in the afternoon train %towards making
l\ilohllp" lU.iden' Holx'P, La.lit*. (rtnt*. \\ttand! Mivs.! HO-K; (If all colours!, I Her days in this world are nearly nun I Dr. Franklin then rose, and with his usual
Victoria do f )bered. 1 to see ]her yesterday, and soonding feet. Slingsby, leaning his head on his hand. He
} .1!1) do ]'ri..I' iii'l<]'ianiitiev 1 was dignity and simplicity, :
H'i!>t' Muslin, Suix-r God is love she said, and with an em- had been for three wanderer and aid
DotU-d Swii"b do.IJ Cam1wi<'II. Gentnnd; J/idus Merino and Cotton! Vests, found her very low. She cannot long remain years a George 'ashington-Tbe Joshua
: :: 10 11E1RJI! Hr T. that to the mind of :Mrs. Ellis a home rich. Rich there's deal "Lo
:.< ok Muslin, I'uper doMa M.irchl2JKj3.: _-- ---- on this "side i the river of death. 1 am phasis gave come great commanded the Sun and Moon to stand still'
('I.inw7.1t"f. ;, ( illchall1 tIn not with me ?" love He made us, that He might bless us everything The proud man had seen his
.1.. HAGS Lnguira Coffee, you go
OllK:not E1in ci. 10 10 .1. .1:1\.1 da No, 110," replied Mrs. Ellis, quickly, with! infinite and eternal blessings, and these I delicate wife, reared in luxury, reduced to privation Ignorance, says .the Dutchman, is a great

TJiu-add'; Tliiral J/.,.1', IHS.M t tin;:.., :Swiss" ('..ll.ip. 15; do Rio do while a shadow foil over her face ; why await us in Heaven And now that He sendsan and she suffered, and complained Jiol; substitute, for paragoric. Show ns a blockhead

Jnr(>nctt (1.] ... S\\ --5 Unkrsfrevcs: Cull: Iloinu-t Uilil 10(I I)-X.',. No. 1 Soup, should I go ( I never took-anJ- particular ; angel] to take me by the hand and leadme : but it maddened him Ho left her on a mad and we will show you a man wso can
C lo. Jja,li.." H.i"c, Mrn' and Chil 2 1:1: .1... ('ru"h'll'5uar' ; to Heavenly home, shall I tremble crusade for with twelve hours
l >tiP.! (:San7.o nij'e < interest in the girl. And, as for dying, everything I up my goM-IeCt a weary memo- sleep out of a dozen. Before
lrcn )half H ec, bilk aud Cottoii UndeNiirtR. J.c.;. 1 tlo S. S. Almond*, and fear to the celestial] messenger in his soul of and
< 1>. MAX LEY.Apiil iWder! in Kt" J kcg; .. and J keg in relation thereto is unpleasant to accompany ry dwelling clinging arms, you can make men wakeful you must mae
Ac. for "lIle J 11, by t.'r:1.: 15 60 Ha-II;: of :Shot-all size*, me. 1 can't bear to think of death ; it makes :i ? Does the child, long] separated from a wild, passionate kisses. The deep bright them inteJgent If we owned the fe simple!

-- -- IU .t Jtaid Urandy :111.1 1 )MoimngahelVlii; } me shudder all over." I' loving parent, shrink at the thought of go. eyes of their one child, their almost angel of a we would consider no personfit
A. PERRY AMAKER, .1., Aljilt,1IL -Mill I.,.'t \VillP,, t' home ask the hours to linger? 0, Florence looked him in his dreams for switch-tender
or who
You have never looked in the face of ing on some- a didn't take fourdaily
;;; ; ; ;
7TALLAHASSEE L1! N. E. and Jamaica i Itnin, death said !\1rs. Hell. I, no !" l' times, and he heard the last tear-choked God papers and a monthly.
.11' @a33XY S. C. Miideira I : and )1ihaaVine: : ._ h _
: 1LA. S"la and I Hrtler Cia akvr", Ad nevvr vish, to," replied Mrs. Ellis, I i Hut all is so uncertain, said :Mrs. Ellis, bless you from his young wife's lips. j "Notes and Queries" speaks of deVil's

Pepper and \\"oicet4' 'rt1 sire Sauce, } O if it wasn't for this terrible I ejiger to penetrate father into the mystery. Not for many a weary had Jie heard .
feelingly. muntl marks in swineVe don't
May :!l J. 1S.;; : .- :0 -- ---- lla: >>]ibeiiy :and Lemon Syrup, consummation, what a jovful thing life Uncertain !" There was something of ti-jings Irom home, and were tears in daybut we did a short li a pi and every

Dry Goods. Chiccia lYnjM and SjJi-e, surprise in the voice of Anna :May. "(iodis the deep eyes that shone from underneath his
Pine Apple Cheese and RaKms, might )be I after its hairs were scraped off our attention
4 !'(''
.JUST '.. JjHinis!, Tniih-d: Rigging: ; ; -. ,-ALO1 ;; but does not find his aspect so appalling.She .- and truth, lIe is unchangeable. When, as Slingsby] depot. size directe a and s sl burst branded
as or -
r S'n i iw i, bl u-li'I, I'd linjrs \ very large and vri-11 relucted( stork <.f SpiingaudSuintiH ; ] beautiful ] who is about Divine; Truth, Ho came to our earth, and The roses were bright around the porch pea
I ; calls him angel,
.I"'kn..lli.m1'li,, S'iiHrIWrliu : ,. U"ual.urc", II : a on the inside of each fore-lag and disposed -
( [ i in of
r Clothing, conM-ling 1 part : I He said In
C4n'e: '. fur JJoniKts: I'luiu ..1" Sfi' l HI'k and:Col'd: ] Alajucca ::;.1I'k and )Krock Coaty 1 i to take her by the hand and lead her up gently spake as never, man spake, myFather's 1 1I I of the little fairy cottage-the woodbine was corinearl]. Our laborer informedus

Lace Mumito. : \ettiii. (O..t..lIlI.l: ". c\'c, 1 2 d-. (Jin-cnV Clotli do do d]" do I and lovingly to her Tather's house." I I bous, aTe many mansions. I go to green over it and forth from tufts ( f mignonette with great gravity, and pvukntly believed

G I PA \V. :SCOTT:; A. CO. 1 ) An Dian Jl'*."**. !.'__'. -.1 1W..*. rv...aveoy and and hearts eao, floated f+lnt. delicate ;t."tl,.*.tl...--.. autrkft
June 4'I&it.C1OT1I1G. 22 12 do (' \,$hmer 12! do Fancy (1., Sack} Co.it% ,. a jot tittle of the Divine Wordrn'" Mi'...., oiuc ejrs wnere the sunshine of Florence's O"il"s le eter
FOll TIlE FALL OF Are you in caines>i, ='TI. mnt I the herd of swint. which immediately ran -
50: J.np.1Hack\ and Frock Coats ofcwry quality,
for those Heavenly hair He huiried in there
Ah. but th > jnralioii golden ; "
and i7.e', .\Altogether earnest. r olently] into the sea.
1853. price unbalanced." mansions f! s:1idI.s: : Ellis. "The pre- was no sound of life, and the pale, thin figure ,
f>(i Cotton Suck! and Frock Coats of all qualities, The mind of the girl is I

!)UnC1JASEnS Manufacturing OF CLOTIUSO Uie lal,"'are-M ni infonncd'that ",> .rtiniil ..lzi.M and jrins.Together '. I No, )lrl=. Ellis ; never was it more evenly paration; Anna Who may be certain of lying on the couch, with the 'goldenfringedlids ] The most beautiful fower are those which

of we ltt are vliolosalf .nU)Suitable for the Couutrv with ellcJ'\II\J''lIrtJ1Wllt..r Pantile I';, II poised. Come with me ; it will do you this ?" [ drooping heavily over the blue eyes-can are double, such as pinks double noses -

clotliitig Trndo', tAl( W f,Mini 5n the' State/ V.lIts the,lowest Shiiitnnd, market Drawerall of whichc will sell good." The eyes of the sick girl closed, the long that he Jennie-hit Jennie. It must be.- and dablasVhat an argument is this

Orders pnnnptly fiU 'lJ. Au exuiuination: of our --- --- --- will make me sad for week.. Is the tick I cheek. For more than a moment she ]lay silent from his heart, like a low \\ ail. The lids unclose -I Go marry," is written eTerI

Stl.lt.'l Kilidtc-d.. Jl.\ rOJm A: I5ROTIIER, Medical College of Georgia. girl in want of any comfort I-I Mill freely I and motionless. Then looking up,,she -unclose, the ripe lids part-and then I thing beautiful that the eyes rest opon.

2? 1'aiV Row, (oppo) !'iu: the Actor Hnuse.) :\. Y. THE TWEXTY-SECOXI) COURSE: OF LEC. 'minister; thereto. But 1 do not wish to look answen't: she sinks in his arms in a fainting fit, almost ginning with birds of paradise ad leaving
!\. 11.-\\"() are the Lirp-M inanuf.ietiireH <>f (b11'.hC1othir. I '11 ES! in thiI'ititution. will roninienrctiutJicFIRST (death. I j i is ]love. If we would be with Him, like death.A off with the apple blossoms.

; in 1h* couutry. Hubbu4 Cluthing attire low- MONDAY IX XOVEMI5KU NEX'LFACI'LTY upon" In this'aspect, it is beautiful to look upon. we must be like Him." half-hour later, and he held her in his What is the reason that fellow is always
cat m.nVct, ra1<-!. : : liko Him Anna? Ibve blent
how to be low words of I
are we murmOTing
Go with then. The experience indisposed at the moment he is wanted
June 25 i, lS.r,3. 25 Smll'20 Anatomy G. M. XK\VTOX: :: I). earth.- t
Surgery, L. A. DUG) AS. :M. I D.ChemiiTtiY ). something to accompany you through life. asked Jfs. Els. ] with vows never again to part on sing ?" inquired an Exeter Halite, just a a
Acres of First Rate Land. and Thanuacy, LEX. )dEANS, M. D. ; The image of a frightful monster is in Jour I \ ; but not a ]love of Iimsefle Hut Florence, our Florencehe asked at" sort of Sims Reevian apology been made

fc>r\ ACHES OF LAND FOR (1SALE, pitu- Mat<'ria Molica, llieraputics and! Medical Juiiprudthee { mind ; you may now have it displaced by the loves and seeks to bless ,t last; .here is she ?" Dead, dearest, dead for a.popular] singer. Oh! i ba 8 easily ac-

11_ taivl ated iu ly-ou County 1'1.n'lIla..h\ : and a L.P.GARVIX.M. D.OhMrcticft form of an angel." rust do the same." and the young wife clung convulsiuely.] for answered his tall neighbor ;-'
ba\f miW north of Tullaliiuw\ in one '.f the \iwitn4gsrhoo.1 and diseases of Women and! Infants, J. swelled his like counte
Anna word
"And have .Dead! and the on ,
in the State. The Lnud i is first qualitylev A.KVIMD.riivriolticv: I How strangely you talk, Mrs. Hell !- you you think of the great airs he is con
Corn ami e..Uon'I'iJ"1! |-wt-Mng a.lnmtllgtI and Pathological Anatomy, IL V. I I How can death be an angel ? Is anything Hut the Morels died on the lips of the speak the wail from a broken heart. tinually giving i it's no wonder he s

for Stock' Fih an l name over anj"other plantaii in :M1LLKR.M.D.: more terrible than, death J" er. Again had the drooping lashes fallen, Yes, there was life and light on earth, and often catches himslf

tIle Slatc. I Din anxious to bell andx) ill (.('rtaillh' Fell Institutes and Practice of Medicine, L. D. FORD, The called death which a diseased and the pale lids closed over the beautiful the world recked not that the grass cold"U
at a L ronin. Call and examinere \,out qillrr.1:4Lout M. D. phantom sudden light shone gent that child-heart-that the It's a beautiful tail, sure that your iionor's -
And over
a trough
the jH-iec. 11OUEUT IL HALL. Demonstrator of Auatomy, II. F. CAMPBELL, M. imagination conjures up, ma- be terri eyes now closed and horse carries behind him," remarkedPatto
tissue of that wan' ; a violets abovo those eyes,
June 4, JM3.: 22 tf P IMe to look upon ; but death itself is a kindIncsStnger I the transparent grew "And 'doesn't everything
wlo them tho husband's only welcome a genteman.
of which pone saw that dirges were
the only
Ashistant Demonstrator. RODT. CAMPBELL\ M. whoso office it is to summon us, Ughit i ravs .
Plantation For Sale. 1. r f'o that caifs a carry it behind 1' was the
Valuable D. I from this; world] of shadows and changes', toa needed to be tolu were uiu gieaiiis u& .n: home. ,.* "No ti boner cint.
lIE suWrflwr i.fT.rs( for eale his! VALUABLE CLINICAL LECTURES will 1* delivered regularly ] just breaking for the mortal Ah me, can gold pal frthewastedwea1tflof replV. 'your ; a sore carries -
and morning
Id eternal heavenly .
T PLANTATION. CONTAINING OHO ACK11S. at the City Hospital and ample opjK>rtniiitieill < wen light unfading beauty. the heart! Can the gleam of gems shine its tail on one side, and its head OB teother.
It altwated twelve miles eant of Tallaliaw) be \\ 1 lit- afforded for: the study of 1'n.ctieal Anatomy.IVe : But come, Mrs. Ellis ; I must; urge yon togo sleeper. motionlessthe that sparkle on the .
t w't'n Ujfl $t Aiisju'-line awd Mieot*ukie road, and u. for the entire Course.. .. .. . .*1". with mo. Do not fear a shock to your How hushed the room-how ou of memory the tears .
Lout (.i ighfcen from Ke\vjK, near the pH-sent tenni Matiiciil.tton! Ticket (t to be tl1tn once). 5 feelings ; w none will be experienced.*' group that bent forward towards the one eyes we love, or velvet spreads, enwrought The pimples on a toper's face, (observes

nation <*f the Plank "lloud. A greater part; (If the For further particular!", a'I Ph I"Y toG.M.XEWTOX So earnest Mrs. Hell's persuasions, just! passing away Was it the rustle of angels with gold and pearl, warm us like the clasp 'fi Winrow) are an old-fashioned sort of
land! is *' liNt rat'" )hammock, and is v ell' lnown as Dean. were that penetrated the inward of clinging arms which hold ns to a heart spiritual manifestations." They cannot
that her friend at last consented to with garments b
in I/xm County. July 9, 1S53. 27 go
on3: of the best cotton jilantations that for us ? said to exactly from the
? beyond
; her. from the sense of hearing be:1t only come grave,
One hundred and twenty acres are still uncleared that: ----- I At no Cleat elegant .
ontxil be beat It is well watered!, aud admirably Everything Necessary and Useful. residence of Mrs. Ellis, in an obscure neigh. It is over The pure spirit of that humble *. "'- i i .I but they show clearly that the meu" is

located as! regardc! society, being. iu one of the U-st T !SEEMS the ordi-r of the day to wln.rtilcLal 1orhood, was n small house, humble in exterior gui], who, in hpr sphere, was loving, and true Pleasant Varieties- hurrying himself toward the grave.

nci hh"rLlIoJ.* in the SUte.' ]L i"' alo in a direct line I. one has for cale. I won't,try i., enumerateall orhiilf and modestly, yet neatly, attired within. and faithful, had ascended to the God, in To see a wasp-waisted young lady, in
Itail Itoad. A
Savannah good
for the Central), or the but .Home of the leading articles,, like At she reposed a child-hke] to brieg their clothes to church
dw<'lling hoq-e, out houses, gin house, and Ht"re.l1reIII the door of this house the ladies paused, whose infinite love Many come ringlets and an abundance of gracefully
Bacon, Pork Lard!, JU-ef. Butler, Cheese, ounee
is in xl] and admitted somewhat confidence. Calmly and rather than sail tbe head of the tab! with
( the place and the plantation e'ery way g Mullet\ Mackirel. Cod! Fislj, Molasses, S)rup, I were by a woman and unwavering thetseh'es to ,
order, To a purchaser, time will be. givtii if-Mied. :Flour, Sardint-s Piekles, Candies, j advanced in years, on whose mild face sor. sweetly she went to sleep, like an infant on An exchange paper has this advertisment: a voice as angelic a a tenor flute, call to the

W. G. MOSELEY Porter, Al, Cider] Wines, Liijuors, tc, I row and holy resignation were beautifully its mother's bosom knowing that the Everlasting Two sisters want washing." \ waiter for a plate of cold pork and beans, is
tf eLop
June 4, 853. 22 Sugar, Coffee, Tea Raibius, Crackers, ic., : blended."How. arms were beneath and around her. be washed. the most trying thing romance can encoun

Just Received, Tobacco, Seg-ars, is your daughter ?I" inquired Mrs. And thus, in the by-ways and obscure they may
Domestic and Fancy Dry Goods, the The less man needs money, the more beworships
ALAUOE lot of Ale, Porter and] Claret Win('. Shoes mill Clothing! Hell, as soon as they were seated in the places oflU'e, are daily passing away a Misers are always people, with ter.Selee -Says Tom Joe, "l've dis-
: *\ 18 S. H. KNIGHT.; Hard, Pot, Wood and Stone Ware, small, neat parlor. humble, loving, true-hearted ones. The it :" -t .

Middle Circuit of Florida.-- Paints, Oil, and Ship Stores, Not PO strong AS when yon were hereJe8ff'rda world esteems them lightly; hut they are sol appetites and no chidren. missd"Discharged my srant meant to hate said," remake -
Fui,niture, Matrasbes, te-. of When the studied fathers you
IN LEON CIRCUIT ) was answered, with a faint precious in the sight God Arithmetic is differently by
COURT.Jaraca I'JtiWR) Corn Shellers\ straw Cutters, smile. they shrinknot I themselves to Joe.
B. Ilatcbclor, "I To Fall Tc-rm }(If.a. Attaehr Grain Cradles, Corn Mills Iron Nails, She is sinking hourly. time of their departure comes, and sons; the first confining sir there is no difference between the
f Hut continues in the: Heav back in fear but lift their hands trustingly and the second subtraction.
rucut in Debt. Amount Black Smith's, Coojicr's Caipculcr's and llantAtion sumo tranquil, addition, t .
terms-they are ayonlmoas"
James II. flranch, & f worn! to f 1024 ()uJ(11411h Tools.In emily] state t" I to the angel messenger, whom their father -Ii Joe 111 dismiss'
added just
Well then. ,
Drauch. J short, almost anything you may call for can be 0, yea." There was a sweet, jet touching sends to lead them up to their home in The Boston Times says that Europe is a and call itdischarged.
'PIIE Defendant and all others will tile' notice (>fJ. found at LA PD'S. earnestness the mother's voice. Dear I Heaven. With them is the true Euthan- very respectable quarter of the world; no that small debt" I you, wel

the institution of tho above suit by attachment: } -II'WI'ort, May 14, lb.r! :;:3. 19 child! .her life has been pure and unselfish : I'I asy"asy. doubt, but antiquated, and not s influential .

ivnd tlcclaratioo. are litrcby, according notified to to the nppcar nih. of nnd the plad<-''urt. to Hie -Fresh-- -- Lime. and now, when her change is about to come, Ii not that a new experience in life'" as formerly." The Shortest Road to the Lu'Asijl tins.

HUGH AHOilER, Jr., Clerk. 9 HO CASKS frwb Rockland Lime, for wle!,by all is peace, and hope, and patient waiting said Mrs. Hell, as the two ladies walked .Mike, and is it yerself that can be afther -Be an editor; let tbe devil for

July 9,,1S53. 27 Srn -''3'J 1>. LADD. for the time when she will bo clothed upon slowly homeward. With a deep sigh, the. telling mo,how they make Ice crame ?" "In copy ; sit down to wrte'an article, and get

-- -- New Port., May 14h 1Ri3. 19 with immortality." other answered : truth I can-don't t bake tem in cowld a few sentences donf. ) a loafing acquaintance -
of Florida. .
Middle Circuit Is she strong to I" and I scarcely comprehend eJ drop in and begin tell stories
Biscuit and enough see any one I New wonderul ovens, to be sure. t you
LOON CIRCUIT COUUT. Cracker Machines. Hell.] Such a lesson him
atked Mrs. what ICn of recentcoroner's and the gossip of the ; and let
of the verdict a
Elizabeth Ri<*. Oomi-laiuant, ) In GtMtCfr j.in! : A J.McCOLLUM.,.4l liihcnit and, iminuCu-turcr' of tLc cclebraf The presence of others in no way dis. from such a source How lightly I thoughtof The substance who died in a state sit, and fit, and sir. 7f is the quickest

%'v I fur Divorce.o"V the Cratktr Machine most in turns' her. Will you walk up into her chamber that sewing-girl, who came and went jury on a man way we can think of go raving,distracted,
use throughout poor
>tnon Ric*; Jr. Dcfendent tuilt'fI.Stat..II.! hating laiely made\ inebriation by
.: jT1 little dreamed I that of \81'.eat hngng
many improvement in their constructioo and friends ? unobtrusively] How mad.-iV. Pic.
the Court af so 1
to the Nlti"flftiiflD of by operalion
A MTw11"< ome of which have been eucured by tent. and The two ladies ascended the narrow stairs, rich jewel was in so plain a casket Ah, I I round a ram.sop.
UvH tnad tifl fild in thin cause, that the aboyenamM ] & so a Which; dear lady, do you think the
others are in course of being twcurwl, do recommend and Mrs. Ellis found herself for the for this-wiser, and I may The race between a night-mare and my
cWl'Qlleulo Solonvw Rie Jr, resides out of tiM! first time I shall be wiser great the world !I"
MHU .,( Wurya- ;, M&,Tl'd, That\ Ii 'hearing im the t41. 'Makers and others who wish to purchase machinery in many years, in the presence of one about better. O, to be able to die as she has clotbeshore. came off yesterday. Tt' merriest place in tho.
facts cWged in uufi hill of Complaint filed,U bad on for the baking business, to examine and canvass (lie- hop ] good would I 1 entered the mare a- That unmedU'teJy! above
die. .earthly wan't atopr
to A slender girl with mild of mere who
M-uday" the lutU, d.yof (Vtx.ber next: Provided, fore purchasing) the merits of the different kinds of- large, eyes, what man the that surrounds -er.lloud
That a x>jor:>t this ord r be ,*L1i"hed in .om newspaper iiiiichincM; and should their verdict be against u*, "e and face almost as while as the pillow it ''not cheerfully sacrificeT wake-so the horse took prze. "And why .
rn" d tnTalUbawee for the of three submit; but,if favorable, we shall I be. pleased. to receive pressed was before her. The unmistakable "It Js riot for us all calmly told that there bodies
is well taken
ni'Uis Mm! th. An "Iw'r; fur said space.farin. their orders at our old plu<-e of business.ILAJ.HeOOLLUM signs speedy dissolution were on the pale, Mrs.BOIL The .secret,we have just heardwe ProTetwionial pomposity anecdote which found ef I Beoause lam a
AT C UANII1.I.I\, July R. 1K5;{. shrunken features; not beautiful], in the ordinary must be like God.' in the following we gaYJy.
J. W AYLES: BAKER 40 Eldridge Street. New York. late Squills, docnr. ('looking the of
The ,pebpl
& bAtteM acceptation of beauty; but from the "Uow-how' Engliah'8pr. report ta Batal.WJ
Irur copy. :Way :21.! 18hl: 20 Smo pure
-- ---:..- of and leared !slowly.) \7 el. ma. Niagara Falls .
others -out Hime.
with sending
; HI-CM Aaruu: J.... C1.r'k.' spirit within. Radiant Heavenly] light He loves abut t
tooth do want '
Ice Him which '
Ice Superior would like nor, you ; needs ,maaian who
9 ISM. 27 the we ,
r July zm was smile that instantly played about her seeks their good. I b short and frat
of the COOL TRUCK (after a passage .if the Is it a molar or iociar' Jack ( proposes to down,' for the
lips. do same.
LOTS roast te tbm. lft.
SUPPLY: 01 J.FRESH; : g 4Cig1ir An- How are to-day, Anna? kindly in- Tel this-is the secret of an (easy sharp.) I takes last evening; to s ys the- .
.. I you ; swab it i is.
; <<: at W'UI VIP by the quauUly' aLl'tlwllt'It. side. Bear a hand yon for 4
GEl'. W, SCOITACO'S. D ),_\lJJ'. <|uiered ]Mrs. Hell, as she.took the shadowy and the only true acret-Picoa Drt."c like a lobster." '
nipping j jaw
..1 ::t"'I1t'ltl Juut 18, H.&::;. 21H hand of the djing girl. : Rom Comronun. my


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," tI" from ilW'CtffcY44LOfl-- .""cmy. marks' for every *BJd* there might be party vigorous and free of'those contemptible*' who med with yean: nor is bis natural force abated." But was eight months m large mercantile DOOM in Charles Fnmttt JKm.*fi. WMg, / // Vf.

The PacsJ.ai1 Road. worse, And when a man breaks his leg let are found at election l times sitting O toe fence, in be )has reached a period of life, at which firm frank, I ton. For two years be conducted the .. road Meeting:
;. \ : % readine'tn, spring into either scale Jan interest and honest men rarely change principles by which that Oohun- At art adjourned meeting of the citizens of
o Herald aDd after selling came to
him be thankful that it paper
A tbe In .%.nle'7wLKg indications of was not his nccJk Kt.ite.? Let fr dtlr party be o m- their lives Lave been guided, and which they have
may tiat in
held the
When fire ** Gcd mated in l cherished the sunshine and User bin and esUhhsbtd the Ftmily Friend. Jaekson county to-day CourtHouse
: hIii tostratkm which fmve FenrfonYlibrary wag on ( caucus,o nmintioo of and defended tbrougb '
; t ': : be praised t," he exclaimed, M that it is not the lames ere already before the people be a sU-nn. Such a man n the President, and inch it th* Thomas M. White Esq., mqmcd Uis>
j been disc'.osed daring.t1 !tour to New York, ; dwelling of come man: !" This is the and it will then be distinctly understood that tev rtfe unyielding tenacity with which be has clung to the Later from Europe- Chair,.and called the meeting to order.
poor and is national democratic creed ff cill' nrrer abandon it. B.u.nxou 19.-The Steamship Franklin arrived On motion John F.
\ ve place the remarks of the Secretary of i true spirit of submissionone of the most party tndidate i pble.they De soup1ortetL July Hoges was appointed
Let the whig Toaupposethatbecnndosoinhispolieyorbispractiet The sales of Cotton
party at New York Tuesday. .
War, and the Secretary of the Treasury, at i beatiful trails .than can possess the human in their respective communities,and csairtln ed is to suppose that his identity can be changed.. on I Secretary.The
three amounted to 25,000 of the
for the
b the reception; ;hi Philadelphia. The Philadelphia heartu Resolve to see this world on the sun be n fear for the result of the general elections ;- S<\ too. it is with the eminent and able men from at Liverpool days object meeting having been
side, and have almost half won the "take care ef the, Cvunlitt and tbe Statet will take all sections of the country whom be has summoned bales, of which exporters took 0,000 and speculators briefly explained by tbe Chairman, Medico .
j. American, whose ((liter took part in the ny battle of lifnt you the outset.jftorfotan care of themselves" to shore in his counsels. 'TheIr most strenuous opponents 5,000 bales. There was a fair demand. At Manchester A. Long Esq., was requested to address t the

; 1 ntertntninent, in an article on the subject of will at least concede to them, one and all, fixedness trade was unchanged.A people upon the subject of Railroads hi FJor-

1 a Railroad to the Pacific, says : The Position of the Administration.The of equally purpose pledged and force against of wilL renewal They are of pledgedand the slavery Cabinet Council was held in London on the 2d ida, which he did at some length, presenting

I "The Government, through two of its &t $0nrnal.TALLAHASSEE Washington L.Jion commenting 0 a articlein agitation, and in favor of the national principles at which it was decided that the French and English many: strong reasons why capitalists should

.q principal Secretaries' has declared! in favor ot the New York Cmuler Enquirer, uses the ful- on which the united democracy has placed them in fleets should enter the Dardanelle as a countermove come forward, throughout tbe State, in aid of
I d That pledge the administration will at all such The audience; .
power. to the Russian occupation of the Dxnubian Province an enterprise. was composed
t the undertaking ns n work national necessity : lowing broad, emphatic and positive language. In hazards redeem ; and in doing so it will assuredly be
and it hIs declared, too, in favor of its -1 *: thus speaking Co the the Unirn sustained by the people whose highest interest it The capture of Jassy by the Russians was believed, chiefly of citizens **ho are able to cub.

L ij ring constructed, as a Govermncnt'work, SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1853. i places it in a position aminisLt nust aatis&etory to guards. _ _ _ though it was denied by the Austrian Minister. The scribe ral and who when will the no doabt do time so in a III-.
Paris Moniteur has received official manner, proper arrives
tbe Government. No difficulties the* an despatch from ,
by Constitutional the country. Let the President adhere Banquet to President Pierce in Philadelphia -
I when they know beyond doubt where
p a
r 4 are apprehended to be in the way, T RM9.-Three Dollars per annum if paid in ciples, faithfully and fearlessly, and the power St. Petersburg decreeing the occupation of Moldavia
Road is to and where
ls no Conditional scruples appear to l l.e .nt r..t. advance; S3 60 if nn d within six months of the time demotic The Baltimore After the reception of President Pierce in Philadelphia and Wallacbia. Warlike preparations continue in commence, end. Mr.Long's .
,1M of and 4 00 at the end uf the Advertisements party wiIprtuted extensive scale. remarks elicited strict attention and
.t. lamed the clause is subscribing; year. will Turkey on an Forty four vessels are ,
; designated conferring Platform is and men the
.. One Dollar of line Natol i on his way to attend the opening of Crystal all seemed in
per square 12 for first pe-t'minentl arming at the Arsenal. All the militia present to concur the necessity
t.. the power under which it can be made ; the and fifty Cents fur all .'ub.eqwuit insertions. An- not stad o tht Plator they cannot b democrats, Palace be participated in a Banquet given him at the out The Prince Servia ha are of doing something for our State, in order \9
45,000 at
surplus) funds in the Treasury are pointed; at notinrrintntt of candidates. Fire Dollars and the ffnim men
each.altcaytto should b repudiated, a rpdate Merchant's Hotel by the city authorities. In responseta invite '
v available for the and as capable be paid in advance. Rtligious and Marriage the disposal of the Sultan. It is reported that Austria emigration and bring her lands into
as purpose, Obituary the New York Evening Pod and the Bufalo Republc. a toast proposed by Mayor Gilpin, complimentaryto market.
Notices not 12 lines will be would act with France and in The interest manifested by those
in this exceeding publishedgratk England ol
: of being applied moro beneficially in office, they should b turned out, D the President be replied as followsJf. consequence who ,
RgNo certificates t of the of I own in West Florida
other and publication estate the occupation of Moldavia. Prussia maintains property cleafy
U mode than in any ; accordingly, or legal notices of will be given matter from whom they received their appintmentI Mayor and Fellow Citizens:-As I have more neu- demonstrates
5 : xve are justified in believing that Gen. Pierce .intil the advertising fee any is paid.description is only in this way that the ,temoratic cn thu once had occasion to say to-day, I feel that you trality. The Cznr issued a manif'.i on the 2Wb, tach the importance which they at- ..

it.o has determined to place the building of the held together. Affiliation with free pry and have overborne me by your kindness and J wish to throwing the responsibility of war c,um Turkey. to the project of connecting the State
-- --
j' Pacific railroad at the head of the measures Fire b Buffalo traitors will not do-Southern democrats N'J that which ought not to c'mit-toyou, Mr. Mayv with some Atlantic seaport, by means of a
and all who differ from politically, that if. Railroad
: f. which are to constitute his policy, and that Alxnit 12 o'clock, Tu. daj last a fire broke out in to no such frat-rnity, and will have none*of it.- the, changes and chances of life, my party shall in Still Later.-NEW YORK July 23.-The Arctic arrived the thereby affording easy exit to.
soil and increasing
staple productions of the
::1 )he means to secure for his Administration the loft of the extensive Livery Ktnbles of Mr. P. IVBmkaw pre the rlr'n of'62 they will meet and shake I be placed in a different position we may., have the to-day, with four days later ioI b-enee. Sales of the facilities of barter and, other

: the glory of commencing the grandest, as it which consumed the building. with such com hands, and bury all past differences, but they will not grace to do the same thing' that jou are doing now- cotton, 20,000 bnles. Markets firm.
: is destined to give the same hearty welcome. (Cbeere4TLere trade, in every portion of the State.
to prove thcj most beneficent wish The following is {time
and fodder as was stored above. All the Lorses, bug. agree to a temporary truce. They a permanent circumstances in political newer the
relations Gen. John Milton addressed meet
.. are no our political next
; J. work of internal improvement ever attempted gies, Ac., in the stable were pared. The loss is supposed peace, in the spirit of the last Platform. I President to show why you and I should not be the best of Nesselrodc has issued a circular more menacing ing, he referred to the history of Railroadsin

by human hands. It was in his presence, to be about f 6000-no i insurance. The fire i is Pier is but firm, this desirable result will be secured riende. (Cheers) For instance,take our friend Gen.2adwallader. than the last, saying Russia occupies the Principalities what had been the _
-I. and therefore, assuredly with his previous Iiare been the work of of the established. The straigst- TIe is a whig-but when his country because the French and English fleets in Georgia, showing re
I thought to an incendiary:-one and the quiet country are the Dardanell.e Butts her condition as compared to t
t wanted his services surrounded present
i. and full that Col. though by am-
knowledge concurrence, of the about the manliness and confidence of tone used by the and intimates that Russia will refuse .
or two negroes employed premises forward conciliation Florida and the the vital
> Davis and Mr. Guthrie pIe means and wealth, and all the comforts and urged upon people
\ .' gave utterance to hare l.ren arrested on suspicion and are now in jail Union augurs well for this. We quote: luxuries of life, he marched to the field, &nd nobly until the fleets are'witlxlrawn; expressing,A importance constructing a Road

--t.; 'j words on the subject which, wo are sure, awaiting an examination. Mr. Brokaw has the sympathies We accept the Courier's that the admiuistratlon !'wight bis country's. battles is be not a patriot ICne. willingness, however to evacuate the Principalities ing us with our sister States. Gen.C.

oJ.. :' viI! be read with sentiments of pleasure' of the entire community, as be had just completed and journals proJitio in it viewsare ( of aye and cheers.) Look. too on another when her demands are fully plied with. next expressed the opinion that west '

J; .. throughout the United Stiites.the entire" length and breadth oft his buildings, and had gone North to make extensive now 'opposed cordially to all) those the I wh national* do nL stand bit friend private nenr interests me. (Gen.and Patterson all endearments) Did he of not home abandon and This has opened the eyes of Western Europe, and will do her part in raising subscriptions for .

additions to bis stock of and cmplcelJIInt platform puMic opinion demands a decisive settlement of stock Road. He
l' buggies carriages. upn But we deny that this! march to the field of battle! (Cries of aye and in tne contemplated pre.
1 ( ) The plan here indicated, it is well known His establishment was justly regarded as a credit to (attitude' f T the administrlti is, as the Courier alc cheers.) I rej.Icethen| iu having two such men near me question.A sented many sensible suggestions on the sub

.6r", 'f to our readers, i is the one which (this paper t the town, and iudeed was inferior to none in any other "es of remit dlt ; AIH! we deny also, that the adminillraton -one on my right and the other on my left, and you, }belief prevails to a very general txtecMbat. Russia

has always advocated from tbe commence city. has heretofore adopted the policy of sir, (addressing and the remind Mayor.) to all boot.that Such meetings Ameri is only attempting to gain time to render her pjtition ject.Col.. R. II. Long made a few remarks upon
ui .paying to its dulfn ? We repeat. merge party us we are
: ment of the discussion in the Senate last win. what we have often bC.re-tht man bat em!. (The President sat down amidst enthusiastic impregnable. Railroads, but did not entertain as saa-

i .r' ter.'e advocated the of Atlantic and Gulf Central Bailroad. been appointed to office nt regarded D n a/osf cheers.) Former despatches, announcing a pacific tendencyof guine hopes for Florida as other speaker

u measure as one We publish a notice from the State Engineer Gen. friend both (.f the administration and of th national Speeches vcre also made by Secretaries Davis and affairs generally are regarded as imply ridiculous.The he 5 at the same time however desired to see rJ'

J. plain necessity to the protection of the PAcif. Dancy, that the stockholders under the amended charter democratic policy declared at Baltimore upon which Guthrie, Attorney General Cushing Hon. James Buchanan latest reports say that a moderate note has been Railroad running through tbe State, and fa-

ic region; and its construction by the Gov. I of the last Legislature, will meet in this city on the tie aJmini.trtioi whatever that cameinto if power.man thus We appointed entertain no General Patterson Mayor Gilpin,Col.Forney, sent to St. Petersburg from France and England, to fored the general views of other gentlemen.

.. : ernment as the constitutional and proper 1st of September to elect Directors and otherwise (doubt shows any different any spirit he does so i pla t Morton McMichael, Esq. and others. The banquet which a reply was expected about Ib3 20th July. Col.'C. C. Yonge also made a few perti. .

J mode of realizing the object. We rejoice to perfect tbe organization of the Company. See the reach of faith and at the peril of the office "hlf1 was a magnificent affair, and highly honorable to the The Paris Bourse keeps quiet nert remarks, and urged the propriety of going -

that the Administration has taken this advertisement in another column. x>lds. The Courier refers t the late vote in the New authorities of Philadelphia nearly all of whom are the The late plot against the lift Napoleon, at the to work at once, for the purpose of ascertaining .

3:. see the York Lgialature'ou Massachusetts Mr. Taylor's rellulonl and the to political opponents of the President Opera proved to be quite serious-.in view of a question likely to haveso great a Opening of Books for Subscription to the proof .
was unrivalled. Many have been
favored Baltimore
'resident men opposed to tbe persons arrest-
place in the practical politics of the next Pensacola and Georgia Eoad. platfr. We wholly deny the inference. We wait Major Putnam.-Tbe Jacksonville Repu6litan ed and placed] on trial. The following resolution was unanimously

C four "us. Col. Denis's views are so exactly It gives us pleasure] to direct public attention to the In New York for the vote on Mr. Champlin's. retolu- publishes a private letter from this gentleman in adopted:

announcement, in another column, of the intended oponing ti(1131.i before we feel autliorizcd to conclude that anyconsiderable which be declines rf candidaey for the Supreme Court Dr. and Mrs- Ive- u Retoltfd, That it is expedient that the

: our own, so well expressed, and so significant of books for subscription to the capital stockof portion of the democratic party in New and at the same time avows his opposition to the In common with other newspapers, (says the Richmond Commissioners appointed to open Books for

.. 4 of a settled policy, that we quote them at the Fcnsacola and Georgia Kxilroad. The Westem York,or intends to renew either the to anti-slavery repudiate the Baltimore Wkn platrm present mod of electing a judiciary. We copy his Enquirer) we inserted some days ago a silly subscriptions to the Savannah and Pensaeoa -

: some I length. Col. Davis said : Commissioners Lave acted 1 with a promptness deserving we. receive tat vote we shall say 'attn think of letter It exhibits a distrust of the people which we paragraph to the effect that Mrs. lye was retum'ng Railroad, should proceed at once to open

: : "They know that lie belonged to the of all praise. It now remains for the peopleof the (!e. t Massachusetts, we wait for the first believe will be found without foundation : to Rome with her brother Dr. Hobart, in consequenceof the Rooks, and take all proper steps to procure -

: ., q Strict Construction School which never the Middle and West to come up to the work like demonstration any man appointed by the Presidents ST. AVOCSTIXE, June 27, 1823. that gentleman having been notified, by the Pope, subscriptions to the same, in all parts of
turned to the left opposed to the national policy represented by the DEAR SIR I Iiave received that Mrs. Ives and her husband could no the State."
a thcriglit nor to to serve.iny men, and subscribe the amount nece!xary to complete President, and imbodied in the Baltimore rflulu'tions: just your letter of the longer sustain
4 purpose of expediency. Within the limits the organization and ensure the undertaking. and when any such demonstration is made we shall 2Gth instant, and hasten to reply. 1 ou desire to know the conjugal relation as the reverend convert Gen.Milton then offered the following resolution -

i of the Slates they would touch nothing ; told that a ease of prompt removal lias arisen, and my views as to the judicial election, and to learn if I would receive holy orders iu the course of the sum which was also passed:
have idea of for either of
\' t nnd he ppoke not for himselfIone, but his University of Louisiana- we believe with full confidence that tbe removal will ices. an running the judicial of- mer. This interesting piece of information is prepos. Rtgolrtd, That this meeting do now organ

h honored chief himself.! [ \pplause.] Butt See the advertisement of tlis College in the appropriate b made. national We submit to the friendly Courier to whether the union on this of The last inquiry may be very easily 'ered. I terous and ridiculous} and carries its own refutation ize itself into a Railroad Association,"

: ; hen they looked to their recent possessions column. pint whole any democrt on a national platform. bare no idea of running, and I would not serve underour with it All the currency which it baa obtained hitherto and ueet at Marianna on Saturday, two
:3 .. ; the of the Pacific there plan of an elective judiciary. I am opposed to baa been due weeks from this to accomplish all
: on slope were twos Naval Stores- can with propriety or consistency require anything to oversight, or to the most day, purposes
the election of Judges, and must be so until human
j things which arrested attention. Upon the Nrw-OuLFAXP. July 23. more nature shall be reformed and improved. This U not amiriog ignorance of the discipline aud doctrines of of organization.

pnge* of history nothing is marked more Tar. per bbl. $S.25 @ 3.75 ; Pitch 2.50 @ 2.75 We cordially join with the Courier in affirming that likely tc be the case, but we shall remain as we are, the Roman Church. On motion the Florida Whig and other

1 steadily than that, running back to the remotest Rnlin, 1.80 (t 2.IJ; Spirits of Turpentine per gallon, the national spirit in Democratic in that j party,President and the frail corrupt and selfish, and the election project is Imprimis the Pope has no power to divorce Dr. papers in the State are requested to publish
antiquity mountains have men who sympathized spirit place calculated to cultivate those infirmities. I am no better Ives and his wife the proceedings of this meeting.On .
so.divided the
nations 32 <@ 55 ceut... 'ieroe in We go further, and affirm that marriage relation is regardedby
powrr. than fellow nature and
f that, as the light or 'hadow fell upon 'resident" Pierce was selected by the Democratic party similar my to theirs men., and I My need the same propensitiesare checks to the Papacy to be as holy and indissoluble an alliance motion the meeting adjourned.THOMAS .

l 1 the one side or the other, so would the char Yellow Fever at New OrleansNrwOatEASs. as its candidate, and as such elected, because the my natural tendencies and inclinations, and these are as it is by any of the ref'jrmed churches by WHITE, 1.

... It .; acter of men be modified and government July 26. whole record of his public life incoulestibly proves not; to be found in our plan of an elective judiciary.It which it is treated very much in the light of a civil President
;. The yellow fever is rather bed here but is that upon the sectional issues he is now and always the have settled this JOHN F. urGES SeC.Nanianna.
changed. But had it not been in the pro. mostly u true people question; yetI contract In the second place, without a voluatary ,
I : of mind in its confined to the Hospital and the classes- hall been prominently a national man. We say that [ have a right to entertain and express my opinion.- I Fla. Saturday
conflict with ,
.yi. press matter that among poor fn and
he Democrats who good faith supported him and complete separation consummated and rendered
I[ consider the plan as vicious, and I will not consentto
.t : .J the I'nited States had advanced had The dettbs number from 30 to 40 a day. Democratic creed which he July 15th, 1853. i
national stood
gained I the upon become an agent in its execution. No person hasten inevitable by the act of the parties the Pope has justas
U II' 1 additional force ; and had they not reached Dt Bote't /ttrinefor. July.-The 15th volume of this proved by that act that they too. without regard lo or wilt be authorized by me to use amy name on little power as inclination to confer holy orders oo .. !.
: the when heir past opinions, were in so doing national fteti.-- ticket candidate for in The naval forces at Besika
t'i period they could triumph over this any aa any judicial station Ives. In the third it it Bay, watching
invaluable monthly commences with the number for We admit thai iran? of- ncwtktl fa their fidelity Bishop place, not probable
this SUtc.
}. .. ., natural obt cle- 4iPn. they could skip tbe July. 1tv"5fltw J 4vle, in large type and to the national creed" which they then adopted then I am. very truly, J" that the isis Bon U mi n( mch extnordinarv the movements of the Czar are as follows:
; mnllntsin&tOD..I! .a.-.J..r. "" "P*"": Pa rTro volumei they not wily break their faith with their rfy, but L A.mPUTNAM.. abilities that the Roman Camera would be unusually nrU1S1f.-nrps orme line-mitannia flagship
.i; any means known to civil engineering binding are publued ayear .1 ;. _1_ its ranks, and I of Vice-Admiral Dunda 120 -
which make about set'en !hundred d pages each. withdraw from are uo <*gerti anxious to secure his apostolical services* a presbyter p guns;
3 '4L men together, so that the floctutions of tt rcgardecfas m-uiu.. But in saying tMs, w Sat Serious Accident.The Trafalgar, 120; Albion 90; Vengeance, 84 ;
SUJpt price f 5 per annum. The address of th, the same time dny that advocacy Gr> "iuon to <>r priest-nor is it likely that there is any scarcity
J 1 life should become to them p down 78.
as nothing stage on Saturday night was overset by Bellerophon, Frigate--Al'ltho5, 50
.' t editor Wasbingt city: lie compromise measures, either at the North or at of able, learned, and efficient men within the brilliant
'.1 [Great applause.] lie had said! that he was CoTPn-L-SLIvery i Extension the East India Is- the South while those measures were prvliag and coming in contact with a stump on the road side, and 1 circle of the great hierarchy.Mrs. guns. Steam-Frigates-Retribution.28gnns ;
j. : a strict constructionist, hut he had also ; f, were ratified the people, in the true two of the passengers seriously injured-Col. Joseph s'ampson, 16 ; Firebrsnd,9 Tiger 18.-
lands; Valley of the Amazon ; llcsources and Progress >* re they by ftjod of Macon, MAJ. Ward of Florida, Mr.Thomas Ives is very likely returning home-probably ; ,
I* marked the idea that the Constitution had teNt or criterion of such nationality. well be Steam-Corvettes 16 Furious
of 1 11/iladelphia; The Great Wot; Free Trade may Moughton and Mr. William Moughton. (>f Lee county, as stated with her brother-but without the allt'gedJ."lIUtal. Niger, guns; ,
., ;j 3 one construction within the limits of the U ui. and other TIling; Tt'nn""f. Past and Present; Im- hat some men in both sections of the country who escaped 1 with little damage if any. The driver, bow- is 16; Fury 6; Inflexible, G; .Vasp, 15 ; Mo-
advocated and men who those If there separation at all it is her
"me opposed
I ff'd5tatcs and another outside of t1Iem.1.1 .- )r ivcment Ohio and Mii'skii1pi[ i Kivers; Sfisi measures ever, it is supposed, had hit shoulder dislocated, and any deste, 18. Stc3m.Packet-Carado, 2 un!.
and) ratification
i isippi Vnlley Coal 1 ; The Gotten 1'Ianl The jefore their enactment are at this mo will likely have considerable trouble with it. There own act-for though Dr. Ices may be torn from the
1 He had FelI. ; Total 18 vessels 776
r.Applause. mocked the
] always ; nienl in favor of reopening the question and renewing ; guns.
Vogr.M of France 1 e Dream, to another Church his conversion has sundered
; Qleen-I a from North Carolina whose Episcopal not
t ; I iiica that this Government could build a roadoutfiide L'ocleTom's The of !Sequel the agitation ; and in that event we say that such was passenger French.-Ships of the line -ViDe de Paris,
; City have not who also
C.bi ; name we learned wo* considerably him from the conjugal claims of Mrs. Ives. She
J"i of the United States and could not epartmcnt men are not now on the Baltimore platform, and are damaged by the turnover. We understand be returned may flag.ship of Vice-Admiral de la Snsse, 112
not entitled to l ttC regarded as national Democrat still claim him aDd sue out a habeas fur him if
1.-'l build one within it. [Great applause.] to Americus, and is detained there now from his corpus guns; Valmy, 120. Steam-Ships of tbe linefontebeIl0,12O
On the other hand, it well be, and in fact it is, :
Cotton of Island) may she likes, as soon as he back U the United .
.which fractured. We have not of gets IV 100
i I' \5 5M t There was another question which involved -Seferall'pn boll S that Democrats the North and the South arm, was seen any -: guns; Henry ;
;1 the question of the integrity of the Pacific Motion, D. J. H. Verdict, of who very were many opposed to the Compromise before its adoption the passengers, and therefore cannot speak from satisfactory States. Napoleon. 00 ; Bayare, 90 ; Charlemagne,

V ,j possessions, but there was still another-a Jadsden County, have been handed to us, the staple and ratification as a final settlement are now resolved too much testimony steam aboard, but for it the is rumored safe that there of was the The Freeman's Journal also contradicts the story SO. Ship of the line. Jupiter, 80 gnns.-

closer which ho knew of which is of exceeding fineness and beauty.. The in good faith to abide by it and maintain it as maneuvering about tbe separation. Such a thing says that paper, 16 Sane
i' 4 question, to the heart leo craft.-Albany (Oa.) Courier, July 16. Steam.l"rigatE'S-lagador. guns ; ,
1 of would (if this cotton, which the Doctor denominates the .X a bar to all further political agitation on the subjectof 's not likely to find favor any where in the Catholic 14 ) 14. Steam.Conette-Ca-
LI Pennsylvania
respond-it the slavery. Such Democrats, we maintain so far ID other words, the driver was-drunk! Is that it. ; ,
J 1 question of protection which in her I U" was imported from South Carolina, and is remarkable are. Church. The Journal also publishes an extract ef a' ton, 6 Dispateh.Steamer-ChapSfJ,
+ strength, as relates to the sectional 6Ane., now on the Baltimore Mr. Courier 1 guns.
t. :;. the had always shown herself willing to throw for its small sire, rapid growth, and prolific yield platform, and are fully entitled lo be considered naLiocifll letter from Dr. Ices to the Rev. Dr.Forbes of New- 2 guns. Total-13 vessels; 844 guns. r

,;I over the weak. If the Pacific possessions as well at for the excellence of its lint Democrats, along with those original Democratic Politics in Tennessee.The York, in which he alleges that an account baa been In addition to these, there is the Turkish I

''! .t should be threatened by a hostile fleet, the t?' We are io.e1 to Senator Morton Co many tenance.friends of In the a word Compromise, tbe test who question also desire as to its the main-sectional political campaign in Tennessee, now in full made up against him in North Carolina, and a process fleet, concentrated at the northern extremityof

Government would have no navy there to interpose valuable public documents for which be will please issues is simply upon the renewal of the slaiery blast, is waxing warmer and warmer. In the second served npon his library and Mrs. Iris j>ersooal articles the Bosphorons from Therapia ,to*the

Mpll I : for their protection; and if that hostile accept our thanks. We 1 commend Senator : agitation. Those Democrat who arc opposed to a Congressional District things have reached such a left behind in that State. He further says :- Black Sea which consists of tbirtv-fiv* ships,

fleet belonged to such a power as Eng. M. Co his attention leelouo the press t of State in renewal of the agitation and in favor of abiding by pitch as that resort is had to fisticuffs by way of va "All I ask in this life u to have my dear wife tide two of them three-deckers,three two-deckers,

land or France, it would take all the Navy this particular.The t h tbe settlement the question which out has of been national had politics as a means, are na1Uonal.Demoerats. *f. I riety. Parson Brownlow of the Knoxville H7ii by tide with me at the altar, and some situation ten frigates, four corvettes eight brigs, and .

of the United States to keep a road open keeping. Those who are in favor of breaking I who reside in this district, describes a scrimmage between however low, however obscure where I can keep her eight steamers. This force will be increasedby

.::Jj which would cross either of the Isthmuses of "eathtr.-Fo the last week or two, there b up the settlement and of renewing the agitation are Churchwell, democrat, and Mayuard whig.- above positive want. eight ships recalled .from other station,

\ t. this Continent And while the Navy of the been a superabundance of rain in this not national Democrats-are not on the Baltimore The parson 83)8Churchwell and eight others, which are in course of equipment

t 1 5 United Stale was thus employed, what would and as a consequence, the farmers pricuhnetn lir way o; platform-and. so far as the sectional issues are concerned and Maynard hare at length had a The President's Tour. at the arsenal.
in the Democratic All
5 <,.J be more easyfthan for such a maritime power soon being up to their ears in grass. Several heavy such are we not will party the Adminiatra.I at all I fight! Our only astonishment is that they have not The glowing accounts wtjich the c newspapers contain The Paris Siecle, says : "In the event of
men oppose
J 4 as either of these to strike at those possessions, showers have fallen this week, .and 1 the cry U still Lion ; and we sup-ose that when they sliow their fought long since. The facts are, as we understand of the processions speeches and ceremonials that invasion-to which it is necessary to look,

I .i and rend them from these States, even to the they come." The generally, no far as we have hands, the Adminu>tration will treat them as its opponents and them were thai speaking they had at canvassed Monroe tbe'eounty their hut of Overton marked the President's late tour to New York, show however improbable it may appear, if Russia
S f1 extent of"the gold regions which lay behind been cop without stopping for a moment to inquire what appointment suffered to fall the which is attributed to heroor
able to ae quite The Cotton in that county, and the only Whig civil district in the that the shackles of party were off possesses skjll
t 3::t the coast If, then, as a purely military bids fair pmiin. was their original position as to tbe adoption of the Mayuard there the letters that the two d'arroee
question crop to be at least a average, and barring Compromise.Tbe county. was unusually abusive, and and a reception to be given to Cbi Magistrate DOt state corps

t.. it should become necessary to have an acdent such aa to rain rust, reason upon which we found this view is plain. applied epithet and language to Churchwell whichno only appropriate but enthusiastic. The New York of Bulgaria, amounting together, to 100,000men

r.; inler-cotr.mnnication that the Govern rn, early frost, and a l.uc variety of other ills ettrpiU.which The Democratic party of the country was never as a ought honorable to take.man or man of pluck would take or Commercial Advertiier (whig,) happily and justly will march on the'Danube and the Bal!
7: "1 ment'c munitions of war and men could be t committed in favor of the details of the Accordingly, Churchwell gathered a where will while lan
the party Compromise. kans they act, a
cotton ,
heir this his
yield brush characterizes
III i may possibly equal to themost stick a ort of which lay close by, and let in reception during progress:
.4 'Zi, thrown the Pacific for its defence the b It was never as a party committed against ded the Asiatic bank of the Black Sea by
upon of him striking him but lick on ,
seasons past The corn democratic upon cue when the crowd President Pierce's reception at the various places
Cort.uot crop those details. But the of the
'I t.);. application of the war power of the Govern going to turn out a great deal better than was i as a party, too committed by party its fundamental country parted them. upon his route has been most cordial,and in justice we the fleet ofvAdmiral Sasuue, will assist the

);r ment to this ease, would be within the strict These rains of the last few weeks have apprehended principles, recognizing the rights of the States, and by The Parson proceeds to describe :MaynardWe -.. are compelled to admit that his bearing through the insurgents of the Caucasus. This operation
1.1. limits of the Constitution. [Enthusiastic apt its express declaration in its National Convention of hare already said that whole has been manly and worthy of the Chief Magistrate concluded, and it will be promptly done, the
". : plause.] But if it could be shown-and he saved the ct in respect bread. On the whole, 1840 affirmed in 1844 and 1648, to the withdrawal to fight The truth is, if Churchwell we expected bad these men of a great Republic. His speeches in responseto combined French,English and Turkish squadrons .

.: i 'fj always held his opinion open to correction our people g'reason f gratitude to a kindProvidence of the slavery question from national politics, on the Maynard, under all the circumstances no not honorable struck the address presented to him,and his brief Mkatoos remarks and will go and destroy all the naval establishments ,
other have been singularly
before them ground that such agitation of the slavery in on occasions
j L from any quarterthat these means were not fo te prospect Congress or out of It. was not only unwarranted question by man in the district ought to vote for him. We speak free from common-place-isms. Some of his allusions of Russia, in the Black Sea and I
after drouth of
which __
4\j:; required, were not necessary and by.neces- a unprecedented length, at one the letter, but opposed to the spirit, of the constitu out to conceal plainly our ask honest sentiment* we hare nothing have been exceeding striking and fortunate and in all ravish her coasts until she evacuates tho principalities. .
[ favors
; he meant absolutely_ reouired. then hewould time cast a gloom over te futu.PoltC. tion. Hence, when In such no from any quarter. In of them as they have beeu reported in our columns, W
nr" __ _____n __ __ __. ___ __ past years agitatite arose this and the surrounding counties Turkey baa new at disposal
1 ---J rtber'means the ereat want of the counter and esDecullv of the where Majnard U the reader cannot have failed to discern the! vigor and
the who
show which known similar The officers
laY, a assault upon him br Chnriiry .w. which apparent 10 his inaugural 200,000 good troops. are
democratic for settlement rit freshness of diction were
was a and
.f4ii would answer AS a substitute, and as a strict end it A party settlement an day, will low him no vote* Churchwell was bornand address. all question Mr. Pierce possesses tn cnmnoM. th" staff of the armies of BuLra-
We notice that the the West to made. about tbe merits Beyond -- --- --- ---- ---- -- ---- -
:T construction Democrat, he would accept the their ppn i a of which democrats differed. On full discussion, the raised in thus County, and if b. ,baCerer bad a the power of pleasing and moving his hearers. ria and of Eneroum, have left for their des-

proposition. [Applause.] Under every in. calling up pry to rll the County elections people of the country accepted that settlement__no. to personal difficulty with What any ODe _ti3fcnot some He Is a poqlt"sps ker and tarns biB public interviews destination. Among them are MM. Magnan
our knowledge.
; i genioos construction which had been placed I ae of and elect none but their own necessarily as approving all its terms, but adopting Mtynard During his few are brief t ,case. of withMMwW citizens to good account" and Marsanlt French superior officers in the
rj '
From the officers the and it of t '.i; H.,1\. I
County ratifying as an adjustment
same feeling a question dangerous "
the various of the Government .trp lawyer, be has .q.n t service.
'1 provoked* fight Turkish
I w
upon powers it remained Itb of the of New York, has
aroused respecting the higher so long as open, and so imperatively : f, City
at the
wi&b bar. and baa ineurredthe
Bunder lu.ree dil f4
I i every ramification which ingenuity requiring to be adjusted. Then and not before in I. m f tak Mst for the which
ensuing a-
Judiciary-and thus we shall bare a er UU Elder of the Chwth dod. ri- i. year of
.4: ; bad suggested to supply that deficiency of June 1852 the democratic party ortbll country, by of The flPjgJJosiw.A correspondent
the a II the time I For his abusive b'ls: ,2OVVl3.4l. This is a pretty round sumTi
: b intercommunication vain had it been at turning, Dt.upon respective merits of the several its delegates at Baltimore, uniled not to approve that fight with James C. Moses tongue ) the Christan Mirror, "A Pastor," makes the

r tempted to be. shown him how the military applicants, but upon their party ate For one, settlement not to condemn it, but to abide by it as an same offence be had a fight on with these Win.str O.,.. of half a million inhabitants to pay. : following statement which will gratify every

w power of Government, which consisted we determined long ago t discard everything like party accomplished adjustment(fact and of to the faithfully sectional tnaiotaio it as apermanent In open Court, in Morgan County, for '. The Ocklocknee Bridge. good man. .

I in the sinews and strong hearts of ita citizens i these elections. To this determination we ehal and thus to withdraw from national politics controversy the unwarrantable .; insulting language, be had a fight with Joseph Heie- "I am sore that many parents will rejoice
be used adhere, unless the course of opponents forces io.elreenC kelL For the same betettins sin .be bad two fights Comminumer of Leon County: that the
could on the slope of the Pacific ou us and baneful element sbtvery agitation.In in Tothe County to know on unquestionable authonty

,t1 unless there was a Railroad to transmit ,. t a change. I cannot b.x of u so doing, the democratic party has performed one 01 .RuiebotlVre: !Cocke and the believe other with in open Judge Courtone'Peck! with And Gum.**!*-Permit one wbo occasionally passes presidential mansion is a house of prayer.-

4. it [Applause.' ] If, then, it could bo done, ,that we .a py will re silent whi. te opposition the the most important It carried services into effect it one ever of its rendered most ancient to the next day after be had.received the news of his over the road leading to Quincy from Tallahassee, to Daily social devotions, attended on Sabbath

I.8 and if thai hazard existed on that ocean, he are eetapp t their party friends country.and fundamental principles. It threw its shield nomination for Congress, be had a fight b open Courtat call your immediate attention to the Bridge aerose the morning by all the inmates of the hoase. *..
would say that the rest (followed a con Ie. t discard unworthy over the rights of the States. It stood forth as the TuweU with Wm. R. CasweO who be insulted Ockkekoee River. It demands instant repairs.. The gether with the constant recognition of Codjit
lu. without
'k qnence-the smoke of Pennsylvania coal eYe of a petty County office. qu specimen defender of the constitution and the protector of the. grossly well lit down upon him cause like.and a duck for upon which a Gen.June.bur.Cas- planks are worn oat and many of them so badly broken table while they mark the tigb al>oas v

'1' might be seen on the desert waste, beneath from the Hilton Courier of the 19th July: Union. On that great the principle of-barring further political and was fined five dollars by the Court and split as,to make it matter surprise that* hold in our land as exempt from-tbe'maWJc- ,
agitation on subject at
the cloud capped' mountains, and Pennsyl The first Monday of October, t day on which the violation of the constitution, a defeat slavery of the as right once* of a team caa cross it without either frfling through or' receiving tiob pronounced against those families that tsu

; I Tania 'iron, with the very stamp of her own County and other elections are t b held, i drawing the States and a breach of the psiblie faiUriLe'denoeratk > Mr. S. A.Godman editor of the Columbia (S. C) broken legs. Moreover r. the rafting onUs.per up not upon the name of J OTah,'ma, .er** *

'-k4 foundries upon it, might be seen creeping ina near, and we hope that o" eJ may b party and He administration stand.pktslejl Illustrated Family Friend died at the residence of side at the East end has been knocked down and encourage Christians and let good exam -

l Jong serpentine track to the slopes of the found wide awake, sod retain t by now. Those Democrats who are faithful to that principle E. W. Henry, Charlotte Co. Va. on the 12th instant a cant has been given to tbe bridge which renders it pie to alL"OT
triumphaut majority. We find ofour are national Democrat Those who are uoJaitbfu
4 Pacific." [Ap auae.] (sens.a not much disposed to make many the election ct. to that principle are, upon the sectional issues, at war u He was bom"say s the Columbia South Carolinian, ticklish and unsafe business to drive oo it at any eat for,

County officer a matter fpoDtiea, knowioffthat a with the democratic parry and with the policy of its *in Cincinnati!, on the 8th of September, J822, and tim If something is not done with it speedily, we : What did you hang that

AU if for the BetC'-Dr. Johnson used democrat will discharge .4.acceptably M a administration.C was therefore nearly thirty-one years of age. Major ..shall lOOn have to chronicle some shocking accident Isaac?I' asked tbe scbool-mann. nae boy.

.fr. to say that a habit of looking at th. best side We whig, a that we.r .. ttuseoune.. This national doubt ground whatever'that of the great the demoeratie union Godman was at one time a midshipman in the United happening there. A word to the wise" ought! to bsufficient" looked up, and with 'a grave look answered malO
I strictly de we have no adminisliirtioowill kid IRT
I of evey event is ,better than a thousand fne in the election County ofcr b. in I the elec inflexibly maintain. The President of the ITni States navy had been in- tbe merchant service, and -but we shall ice.TRAVELLER. I For mete-tiny, marm. H.

t.4 pounds A year. Bishop Hall quaintly rs tio for President; i it : tLc
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Jill" Chat with the Conductor. !machinery, they are free or nearly free from CIRCUIT COVKT JU1)E.. Plantation: and Negroes for Sale. THE GREAT KESTtJCK- FAIRBANKS' .

It is not often a mnn loses anything l II) inuudation of their banks. This cbstrjct probably Oir-: We are authorized to announce J. rpHETirtland plantation oftVrcd for .!*.-

Ijmlnrss. I know a littJe matter of that sortsaved comprehends twenty-five thousanc.ls1ualcIml8 WAYLES BAKER a candidate for n--e1'CtWn to O. There are one fmndred a two likely neCTo sTHERN.RMDY. I PLATFORM" SCALES. .

. mT. life and* perhaps the' 'lives' of many and, if its capacities production have the office of Judg of the Middle Judicial Circuit of twenty eleven three hundred hundred and am. of land nwW'enltiration.more or Ins, (about &LO'fg. ,wc-vULY TKSTED .

t.thers' at the WHIP time." been correctly estimated, would sustain a Florida at the oppmaching election in October next remainder in wood). Akw fifty twenty-fire mules atnall. the AtWAT. aHOIfTTtfX. AC- .

.. How| wits that I" nskodvr of our fiiend {population greater than some of the Eastern tock of cattle, and a good tock of. a 1t"oWJo2K.O B1'Al'fDA.

the model conductor.! and Atlantic States. l'be dwelling and vutboosr* are food and located York
Hau-ltogs Or: We are authorized to announce BEN. \genttl-ew ,FAIRBANKS& Co,89 Water st
Imd nn Irishman -tins road high IJne land the and -
? \Vliv we on ; negro plantation building
July 1C, !3. 29 8m
JAMIN I). WRIGHT as a Candidate for Chief Justice all gwxl. TbM ill situated
w2tdlillg' tunnel. It was weather property on the Tullaha
warm Onrr liar Folk.-The editors of the Home and Monticello S

) he used J to go into the tunnel to keep cool.) Journal were among those inviled to Niagara of the Supreme Court. see place, where there are n churches d. 8 1-2 mil of various* from denominatiow the latter THE HAZARDPOWDER

rratbt'r think he used to take a little liquor Falls, on the last excursion of the Legislature 03- The friends of Co I. BYRD M. PEAR. and excellent society Ac, &. For farther particulars COMPANY, .

MVn he was lonesome ; any way, lie laid of New York, and among other incidents SOX, of Jacksonville, announce him as a candidate Jefferson aiklrew the undemgued at Waukeennb P. O. -5 MAJJUFACTURF.RS OF OITNaPOWflEIt,

dovru on the track one day to listcw for the noted is the following : for (be office of Associate Justice of the Supreme County. ROBERT H. : Co furnish OuftpO'Ndet stall their.m.

c ars. He fell asleep, and very imprudently We had the luck to sec a horse go over Court, at the next October election. .In1yW: '53 30 4t GAMBLE. C known l rarKL. tit "Kentucky KfiV." !Seta

:. ot his head cut off by the express train.- the falls on Sunday afternoon. We say /urA,, 03" We authorized and requested to SIJOntio ." "American Spotting: Indian KhV "E.

Well, there was the last of that Irishman.'jVre .- because, though we were sorry that the horse are .. : Notice: :ic." Duck 8ooCJt ug.: i in kegs, half sad quart
announce D. P. HOG UK ns a Candidate the office liegs i,and caimiftter tlf eotH pound encni Abo. a fall
"n the deiil's own row in his slmntyvhcn should end his useful life in so summary a rTIIE adrrnigned IPnes to'.eH bin land in Leo,, ,
of Associate Justice oC the Supreme Court at the electiou JL and Jefferson Counties. Middle loaoriment of Powder f.r But'trng. omililmningpurpo-
we took the poor fellow up, and werot manner yet since he was so destined l, we of two and well FloridaConsisting -a ses, find for F. The reputation of their Qua

avay; as soon as we decently could, for considered it a piece of luck to see him do it in October next. < of large two thousand impro"et.II"lAntatiooB.acre each, and having Of upwards I [Powder is too; well kaotfn to require .comment. It

von know it is not agreeable to be surround. How he got into the liter, or where no one 03- The friends of tho lion. THOMAS and in a high state of cultivation in eaclt upwards open ola can be procured of the principal dealer hi Tallaua-

;11 with a distracted family when you're neither knew. We caught sight of him when he wa I DOUGLAS (late Judge of the Eastern Circuit.) take tliouMnd acre Both of these 1'lnntations producefine ;X.e City. ,
\ i&Ktor nor a nurse nor a preaclier. in the midst of the rapids! almvc the American the liberty to announce him as a candidate for the office ( crops of Cotton. Corn -. TIle tract in Jefferson EL Oofcuss, Secretdfv

Somehow\ I was always sorry when I passed : sido of the Horseshoe Falls; and those of Associate Justice of the Supreme Court kie County.i k known and lying throughout immediately Middle upon Florida Like, as the Miccosu-moot DR. JOHN BULL'SSAESAPAEILIA., July 1C. 18W. 23 8m .

;iiatiizice; If course 1 felt as if-not exactly rapids tossed him up.aud whirled him on, as 03- TIle friends LESLIE A.THOMP.SON fertile and productive one in the Staie. A bargain .

thing-but just as bad might happen they would would ele. will be sold in these and William Ileagna )
tbt june a chip-as they an at present one of the Associate Justices tf the plantations, paymen's made TT is pat vp In fall quart tmtllM,uxl eontalm UM.HrwMh 10.
Attachment for
) to me some day, and then ther'd I be njmther phant. Whether he was alive or dead before easY to a responsible purchaser. For particulars applJ'to JL of aa TWU M much par Uondaras 8 Supreme Court announce him to the voters of Hori similar prrpwmtion In Amwtr Prtee,on dollar bows Daniel H ffi vtoo. J
row in a family. I told my wife aboutit he reached the fall we know not ; but if he my Agent. W. N. Taylor, TalUha-see, or to or fix bottle for 5 T. dolkra. p.r ,
da us a candidate for Chief Justice of the State at the myself at Buyou Sara, Loui'iuna. It baa bwa a welt..t.Jlebeot| !! tact for defendant and all olbef irrtrrested. life tfre
and she sent the family some little things.7le h id been endowed with the life of thousand ynn pwt that Tag
: a approaching election in October next. July! 30, 53. 30 2m D. BARROW. Straaparillt, when port sad properly pnpsrvd, was th4 notified of the contnM nonlrnt of thi suit nvtiirnaWe
widow of the dead Irishman was a catholic horse power, he would have l been tossed and only true p .n*r for all dbr w. originating front aa to a Justice's court to be held ttTalLbaWn .

and, as I was then on a very fast train, whirled, and rolled just the same. Over ht 03-:::: The Friends of the Hon. THOMAS) Look at This. Impure drinks evil sUto hablm of th.blood in youth.the baimn OM of mwrarr,etc.,Intoxicating He boldly I the 10th day of October n tt. and to sjppear and

1 would sometimes take up the old womanon plunged into the roaring abyss. In less than BALTZELL present hill name to the people of tl* FOR SALE 50' Bushel Seed Pen, choir nTtle assert PARII.LA, that U JOHN the only BULL'S preparation FLUID KXTUACTOF brfbra the put.lbat SAU.SA- this plead the to 11th the same.day of Jury Given A.U.lSRi under nay band -and *e L

Sunday and carry her to church at Mar- a minute he re-appeared in the comparativelystill State as Candidate for Chief Justice of the Snprenu received by S S. KNIGHT. t* prepared on Strictly irirarifle prinriph, and of uniform DOS AID CAlttEfcOX

tinsburg. 1 somehow thought it was a satisfaction water near the spiral staircase, with a Court at the Judicial Election in October next. I July 3U. 185J. 30 strength.to prie and Tb every Sarraparills pound. before parchand being and.wlthou in subject regard to Justice of tbe[t.Peace.sl >

to her to po to church, for she had cut across his body that half severed it ; and 03- The friends of CHARLES H. DU- Notice to Creditors. the before itrktwt being chemical aed.Ball's Ce.&its gcnoineaMS.MceruiiMd July te. 833. 28 3m

little chance in the world how. I there in the curious eddies of that of the also
hut any part LL indebted aanaparilla contains the virtues of fereral
TONT, announce his name as a Candidate for the Of. A persons l to the estate of William other raluable medJral Committed.
certainly did not to anything forit river he continued to float and turn about :\. Forbes who! roots, together forming the beat
expect get flee of Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, at the have not renewed their notes for the compound, and producing the
in this world, and I expected they had so and over for a long time. Probably he is current year. nre hereby notified that unless the saneafc Greatest Cormtirt Agent la the known World! TO Leon Countv JaJl, a negro tx y, who ujs bit

much scored against me in the other, that it there at this moment, for the water in which election in October next renewed before the :Olh of September next suit Thfe mwlidne, when ued aerordioR to direction, hIS name b Jeffrev. nod that be belongs' to UM
will be instituted them. Estate of Henry Gee, of OsdsUen County. Florida.Jirm. .
wouldn't amount to anything there. he floats is hemmed in on one side by a precipice 03" We are authorized to announce the npou BOLTJNG BAKER WILL ecu WITHOUT v.aecrorula .-8mid bjnr vs>b at 17 or 18 ys .(*-

That w s daring the summer. One night of rock and on the other by a precipice Hon A. G. SEMMES, all a candidate! for reelectionto -Attornry for Adinr. Fwbfs Etiatt. of the er Skin King'Kryiipela. Kril, Cancer Chronic*, Sore Tumor Eyes. Braptfonl. Ringworm black and about five feet high. The ownrf will please

the next winter it was very cold and the t of water, rushing away from the terrors of the office of Associate Justice of the Supreme July 20 1853. so t2u. ep or .. Scald Ibtexl Rheomatitia, eome forward prove property pay cfearpw, and take
: PaIns in the Bone and JoInts old Sores him otherwise be will be dealt with as tbe laW'
mountains were covered with snow ; we the cataract. It is impossible) to convey to Court of the State at the next October election. and Uleen Swelling of the Gland, away
make time when j with the falls i idea i. The Florida, Atlantic and Gulf Syphilis, Pynpepina. Salt Rhenm. Jirects.
were running to on a turn. any one, not acquainted an Central Rail Road IHMMee of the Kidney, Lou tl T. BLOCIR, SA'ff.:

ing a curve, the engineer saw n waving lighton of the interest with which this scene was 03": We are authorized and requested to Company. Of lair Appetite from, the DUtejt_ arU-of July 23. lS3. 26 -tf

the track and we soon hoard some one ahead overlooked by the people on shore." announce Mr. PARKER LI \.Y as a candidate for Mercury, pain in
I then the m the Side andGeneral Notice.
shouting. was on platform. .
Tax Assei or and Collector of Leon County at the election Shodideris. .
The engineer slacked up and stopped the engine James A. McPou al nnd Marcus C. Latham both Debility SIX weeks nf>er date. J will apply to the Honora
in October next05We
and we got out and went ahead in the : democrats, have l een elected to Congress from Califnrnia "VfOTICE is hereby given tu the Subscribers f>r Lambagq fcroper, Jaundice, Judge of Probate of Leon County for le'ters! of

dark to see what was the matter. There it in pac of E. C. Marshall and J. W. McCoi kle. are authorized and requested to i> Stork in the Florlia Atlantic and Gulf Central ContiTenesa, Sore Throat Administration on the Estate of Nathan Holt, late of
Hail Unj Company that a meeting of paid Sulrcribers Bronehitto, Con h*, Colds, aid County, deceased.
A Ialt. litf had fallen Mr. JESSE ATKINSON as a candidate,] for
was. large ( across announce will he held at the City Tallahassee on Thursday } TTeaknew of the Chest Pulmonary PATRICK SMITH.

the track, near the shanty of that old Irish. A'GREAT BLESSING TO THE AFFLICTED. I I the Office o f Tax A;M-s! 'r and Collector of Leon Cour- the first day of September 853. at 12 o'clock. Affection t* produce, and all Coommption.other I>Uea Llrer.1tenling July 23,1853. 2i 6w

woman. She had built tip a large fire and ,, tT: The number and formidable 'hn,nrter e.f lsca ty at the election in October next nor>n. f..r the purpose of electing nine ((9)) Directors o* Complaint, female Irrrgularitiee and Com -I
watched for the train for the .. of the )han the said Con-pany in purRU rie of the act of Incorporu- plaint*. Hick and Nervous Headache Low Spirit Choice.
curves were so Liver long rlU\.l1/'n'l'd attcn- 03 We are authorized and requested to Night Sweat, Exposure or Imprudence in Ijf Chronic Something
j ion of medical Some itf tlu'se li.ea< d1J l'cl lion. F. L. DANCY, State Engineer. Conttitatk Dimaoii and i 1ft
sharp that xve might have been the slide men. < o*, ; a Spring and /1OSHEN in lb.
upon under the general term of have IxenMippOMjd announce Mr. LEONARD C. HEIILI.Y, as n Candidate July SO, 1850. 30 tkep Summer Drink, and General Tonic for the BUTTER 25 Kegs brought out
before we could sec it. So, when we run up. i Consumption System, and a Uentle and Pleasant PnrgaUre VJT and kept cool in Ice at Hew Fort by
incurable and the unhappy paticut! allowed. for the office of Tax Assessor and Collector fur far aperior to Bine LIck or July 16, 18)3. 23 LADD.
the old with her calico j
there was lady, cap, to Hie, without medical wiener to offer him a hope ofrecovery. the of Leon at the election in October next. -Notice Congress Water Salt, orSeldliti .
swinging the chunk of fire like a revolving this be the Powder ,
Happily enn no longer (.ase'-I that Books
hereby given
Suljwrription for Stock Wakulla Iron Works.
light-house, and there were the little Irish A remedy has been found which will cure all t'm-! 03" We are authorized and requested to IS in the }'en 3cola and Georgia Railroad, will be

carrying brush, like so many little beavers. plaint, of whatever character arising from denuijre.inent announce ALLEN II. FELKEL Eq, as a candidate pened and remain upon until the whole stock is taken o-- q q q THE above Eetablwbment will be in full working
of the Liver. The Pills di-eovered by Dr. :. BEAD BEAD BEAD daring the coming month when orders
had watched all that the cold. at the following times and viz
She night in for Tax A"i**or and Collector of Leon County aLtbeck placen, : &.'all sorts of In the
t )M'l-anc (Virginia, net directly on the Liter; and by At Peiwaeola.' Milton Walton C. IL The truly wonderful and remarkable care that hare work IRON 3IACHI5E-MAK-
Vernon Mariauna
But for her, in another minute we should correcting its operation! and purifying it from discan'. ctinn in October next Abe and eome under oar lmm 41it. observation hare mere than IXG REPAIRING. YTTTiyo and PUTTIIfO-UP

hare run into a pile of diit and stone as big 1! cuts off and extirpates the complaints which have their 03 We are authorised and requested to of September, Spring next; ApalacLicola on the first day hill eonvhtred Fluid m Kztnct that Doctor of!SanapariUa Ball lea ]e sixty the MAS mot, and raloable that line will be promptly attended to. Abo. IRON"and

as Barnum's hotel. I should have got a" pit]I origin in the diseases of this organ Remedies hitherto At Quincj on the ht clay ofSeptrml next combination of vegetable extract that the arwnce of BRASS CASTING of all the common and usual
proposed for liver complaint*, have failed to >e- mmo'uncc Mr. JOHN ). HILL of Centreville as aean.lilate : ; chemistry ha yet produced. AU *aecee* to the Doctor,rahi kinds done up in short order.
ticket certain for I was on the platform. oj At Tillnliaf on the li"t day of September next LimimUt Court .
new enterprise w* -
; ay ir.W
What would have become of the I rate upon the teat of the dii.ea.e; but Dr. M'I..anf"sPiliI' for the office of Tax Assessor and Collector At Newport on the 1st day of September next agree with our neighbor of the Conner,that Doctor Competent help for sending out to repair and set up
passengers make thunrelves f.-lt upon the action of the Livj of Len County, at the election in October next At M'Kitirc-lliMKi the 1st day of ; Bull If a great man. and bill Sanaparilla a CUATBBKMCix Engines. and such like work always ou band.tr .
and train you can guess as well as I can." I cr, and by cleauning the fountain dry up the impure fat September next ; ; and we are fully convinced that the Doctor with Liberal prices paid 6>r old Iron and Bras*,
At )1aJi on C. IL on the of
day hi will far entbuniaetir excitement
We expressed a hope that the old widow Mrt-aim of diac tvipcb then derive their exij-U-iH-e. I next; September Banapari Fast, than Bamam create did a with more Jenny Lind. W,would One or two W.irking Boys taken fur a stated time

had been properly rewarded. I For";ilc at all the Drug Store in Tullnluissce, and 03-:: The friends of SAMUEL II. STK At Jasper on the ht day of September next not have our reader to ondentand u* a* classing the to learn the business.
in Town iu the South. ; Doctor and hi* Panaparilla with Barnnm and Jenny Undbecause E:wAll Work Cah or accepted order no some
one Agency
"The passengers made up about eighty I every PIIENS announce him as a candidate f r the officeof At P'llville on the 1st day nS"pt"m1If'r next all who spend their dollar for a bottle of BalTfcEamparilla business in either .
IS' good concern thin Tallahas
place or
:50 ;:. 30 2t
j July WM. MrXKALY. B. I>. W1SIGHT.THOS. will get it*equivalent; and we have beard HBlily
for the Middle Circuit tie Election in
Solicitor at
the afterwards her
dollars company gave a M. WHITE GEO. hinted that many after bearing the divine Jenny see. There eeems no real cause why such work as is
shanty: rent free, the brakemcn and engineers 1 October. F. BALTZELL. and finding their pocket minus from ten to twenty referred to above should not be done up acre, except
: II. G. FARUEL'S ARABIAN LINIMENT-Triumphant EENJ. WYNNS. dollar. thought if wa paying pretty dear for the .!- from want of Mechanics can set
prompt a
bought her a cow, and she made out very d.Ilt'f1I1"-l'hi" medicinetill, (03-: TIle friend ofV.. S. DILWORTII Jnly :;), 1S.::3. 30" [Sentinel. One objection we have to Boll' ..& acd 03LTO5X pay..
oce, and value on their work, but bow can they oo time-run
well. Hut when I handed -
the her -
money to goes' 'ii. conquering ,Ii?ea!e, and matcLing many a Et-q of Jcffer ID County, announce him as a candii invigorating to the .yatem. that, once in the habit of nin; for their pay ? Hence the absolute importance
that night\ she said : Uintlemen and ladies,,.4 j>"\ictim from th' grave. Hy its p-werfuly ftimutnting I I : University of Louisiana-Medical]L win it, it i* equal to nocking One regslia. chewing .,f complying strictly with the rule, /* A er ordert
j date for the office of Solicitor for the Middle Circuit Langhorne'i beat or drinking Walker' mint julep*-ion
I'm thankful, and may yc never know the>, penetrating anodyne qualities it rct"re i Department. U.'T QUIT IT.-LmnirtlU Dtmotrot. before a delivery of work. When Work of this sort
want of what give' me. Rut what I did i I the ue ..f liniba which hate been pal 1'-1 forar : I at the approaching election in October next The above complimentary notice from the editor of is sent abroad, it has to be paid for before delivery,
ye rniIE Annual Course of L ot thi of the Louisville Courier,and Democrat were endcned by
:.I I by its singular ]*mer of producing the synovjal tires in Depart whether right or
I of him there. He -- --- -- Geo. D. Prentice, the dfetmgnUhed editor of the wrong.
was mostly on account fluid it all diseases!i of the JL meat ill commence on MONDAY, Novembci Esq addressed
or j"int 1I"Ilt -r. cures joints Louisville Journal in the following nattering notice. All orders must be (post paid) tn1L
Wall kind and thoughtful to the and the 1 03" We are authorized and requested tf I 14. and 1 will trrminnte the ensuing March.
poor wiili! surprising rnpidlt'lr rheumatism and affec- in There i* no doubt in the world of the greatness ofDoctor H. POXD & CO.
nfflicted, and I'd a watched till I froze before lions of be spine and spleen it 1m proved i itself ;>frific announce Mr. HALEY T. BLOCKER. as a eandidatt. JAMES .JONES. P, Professor of Practice. Ban and the excellence of hi* SanapariUa. Bom New Port June 1853. 27 (July 9)

\arum should have come to him, if I eould| ; and for affections of the lungs livi-r, and lid- for th,' office I( Sheriff Leon County at the clcrtior I J. I* IUDDELL. ). D, Prc-ft-wor Chnd try. of the Saraapftrilla most scientific; and physicians what .in a thecltfhav.great deal better applaudedthe the
Jja it." tieys. it is a most valuable aud powerful auxiliary WARltEN STONE D. FmfeMor of Surgery. million applaud it, too. It i* having a tmnendnnj ala.
..helped I I aIM>, for all di,eahcs of the glands, scrofula goitre or in October next, A. IJ.:CEX A M. D, Pn.frseor of Obstetrics. The celebrated Jayne bill from the profit of hto medlcia, Dissolution of Partnership.
D-n the thing, It made ma choke right .. A. J. WEDDKUI'.Ul'.N. I> Pn.fes. built a granite palace fat Philadelphia,even *tori.*high firm LEWIS 4 AMES
.. "i swelled neck ,.te. etc. And indeed for! alni t any 03" We are authorised and feqnested tr I .r of AnatomvOUSTAVUS and Dr. Call if be diocese,can very sacs build Cf". twie THE dMsokedbynra
up. j .mMie where au externnl ai'plcati'! n i* n-quireu A. NO'lT M. D, Profwwcv of Maten i a* high a* chaL i It to,we are told.very diSenlt tor him oonseut The name .f the firm will U used
Passen-jars for the Rela-a-ay." Don't! tlm medicine Ftni U uuriaralkled. Sjrains! bruises, announce Mr. JOHN II. RHODES of Tallahassee w )..JII ( to walk through oar iticet at all; a*,he tod -1' by fith" JI..'. arV'--A.

fnrget Jour umbrella, sir; there might }IK an; : crumpf ,wounds cliillblaiu-s, buro etcarcuied ( .I..loI.1' randiifot f- Sin-rift! .( Leon County at the electiot! TlIOI.\.Sllt'XT. M. p. Professor of Phynology aixCORNELIUS I arrested at every step.. bflJ'&leftala m IQO&-r-- .C. LEWIS
b\ it. in October next Patboli' (BelrbSnefactor. and to bleu him for their tftooderfulrentoration .1. .11. AM:
fiplosinn, and you'd want it to keep off the: the old-tt ,tI- i P.EARD.V. D. / DemonVrators 0SAMUK1. fl I to health. The Doctor with ail hi* extraordinary Tallahassee, July 1, t8 3.
From lite ho,,. Pelfr lffard. 41 f of --
merit to v ry modest and retiring; yet we trust
Tinders.: Let bandbox miss. M. D.. ,
me P.TIlIorriN. f I -
pass your \ lieu in Illinois. 03" Weare authorized and requested tc Anatomy.Tbe .. that the Eastern citie* will in juitice to them el..II.give a
"Take care of your little boy, madam, no in. I rooms fur dissecting will be open fnnn th< fitting reception to the distinguished man who bia made :3l The DRUG BUSLVKS3 be eootinuecl at
J ahead J" It :gives me pleawo to add my testimony to the announce HUGH ARCHER Jr, ns a candidate! Fn r third M.nday iuOctolKsr to the first Mon"Iayof April an glorious a campaign agninrt human disease a* Ucn.cou the old stand. br the UDdeni ed. D. H. *Mra.
curance on himIlriglll .1 virtues of medicine. of bloodedKikrK .
go great On* made the 31u t'an.
.. your .my.. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Leon County at the election .. The Faculty are Vi*itinjj Physicwn and Surgeon July 1, I8 3: 26
-- -- -- kC Knrl.... *i cu11mrr. tnr. f) tmrftf tK. \; nlukiit.
'- ---- =
Trying SilLrzIirnjur; a. Mother.-\ ft'I, the .-i; of x hen's; egg.b : Some said i; i it ; a.' strain'i : I in october next '>f the Charity IJospiuil- and attend this Institnti-'i::1 r
from November to April. The Students amnupntivtlie I NOTICE TO FEMALES.John ST. JOHNS SEHlHAEY: OF LEARNING,
days since, a daughter of Mr Isaiah Sawteflcj j and some, that it wan the joint water from the knee
of Belgrade Me. about two old fell and could not he cured. I tried oil of cedar on it, anr1 -- -- -- Profes ': ill Uieir vwits, and thin enjoy extraordinary Ball's Sanaparilla it one of the greeted (eraa!* MADISON COtRT IIOV3E, FLORIDA.
yours I NEW YORK HATS. practical adantace, free of expense. 1 t medicine* DOW in existence. In those numerco* ease
into a well (.i"lltN'n ret tkrp. The mother sill the liniments and intments, and they did no more There arc about one thousand patient prescribedfor I where the constitution is debilitated the nervous energy exercises of this Institution will be praumsj
"0.,1 l than water. I then by *uasion of friends i* :. when the effort of nature are wr -k and THE
per my W the 5th of Jnlv, under the cnperilitendcnee of
of the but when WARNOCKS HATTERS. in thi
was informed accident fclio tried H O. Farrell's Arabian Liniment and I daily 11xpitaLTlie deficient or are profuse and overwrought when the face
number of ill thousand in tt and colorless,the strength feeble and yielding,thespirit ISAAC AULD iL D, as Principal, with competent
patients near twenty pale
arrived the liulc one had sunk in four feet of' happy to find it take fleet after a few days, and it )o. 2C5, BROADWAY, IRV1M; IlOt>E, orrn1T&PTLwAIm the THOMAS HUNT M. D. Dean. troubled and depressed the health broken, mindhaken Assistants, if renuited.

water. She ran to a neighbor's twenty rods finally cured the noble animal ,'utire1\. I think it is .NEW 10RK. year. ,and.consequently the happiness destrOyed.then The Board of Trustees take eat pleasure in rwommcnJiug
30 185S. 30 boy
decidedly" the liniment for horse's: well July Ball' Barsaperilla i ii a sovereign remedy. It assist
for ibtance but found greateat as as Dr. Auld able and
or more as Returning as an experienced
none. A Nature In the performance of her dnty. brace the wholsgystem.rrnews
pleasing long render
she lowered the tvcll-polf to the bottom human flesh. I ever knew.Titwont rnjojccl any permanently the natural energies remove Teacher aad have no hesitancy hi assuring the patron
Taznrell co, Ill.' March 16/A, 1640. l lengthy Mti'f' imnc xfc: iry. Suffice lx) sav that gentlemen Notice. obstraetion, cheek excesses, create pure and healthy of the school that every effort shall be made both by
and brought the child to the surface the and health and happineta. Were ladia*
unrlersi n'vl close his store on1 blood impart
PALSY OR PARALYSIS. may rely upon the character of our pnolucioiu 'I'JIE| to up I generally, to adopt the use of this medicine,we would see the Teachers aud Trustees, to give ratubctiwo.
little thing clinging to the polo with its hands. about the 10th of and leave the State ,
Thaddeus Smith,of Mudd Creek Tazewell Co., Illinois < liciiif ever lIU nt.rwd.. We aim at perf.icti.n.Travelliug August, I far tes suffering, disease and unhappiness, among them BATES OF TUITION.
Th mother raised it a few feet, when its hold ermancnUy. He therefore asks. as favor of those I than now exists; health woold take the place of disease
relaxed and it again sank. she lower. my: I bat lost the use of my arm for more Hat Mid Caps of every ,.dcxriptiin'ravelling indebted to him tbat tliey call and clos their I1Ct'OUII't*. the rosy cheek would succeed the pallid be; w. should) Eight dollars per Term of five months in Prnnary1
Again than a "ear. by palsy or paralysis ; the flesh had entirely bare smile Instead ol tear, and perhaps a baprT tag
ed the pole, which coming in contact with withered leaving nothing but skin nm- Bags, Valiees, Trunks, Umbrella, Toilet Of course be will not refuse to receive money but at I life, instead one cat short by disease,Or made miserable and twelve dollars for the higher branches of an Eojli -
j away nl1Jh" te. the same time, if lila customers cannot pay, be will be by eontiuou suffering and affliction. At that criticalperiod h Education; for the above, including thb Languages
the little hands it was taken with a death cle and">'. I tried all Uic best doctors and all the called the "turn of life." which S* often attend dollars Session.
and the child thus drawn remedies\ I e"uld hear of but they did no good. I May t, 18;:. 18 4m )leased to take their notes, liaviug no claims for cashon with *o much danger Boll' 8anaamril to found to exert twenty per
grasp Tb location is at all of the
up twenty then mmm 'iied UMus* of H. G. Farrcll'* Arabian the present years account a moet beneficial eeL All ladies approaching this erisie. healthy seasons year
leet, to its mother's arms. Notwithstanding Linunent and a few bottles cured and JAMES B. GAMBLE. should be apprised of dUll fact,and avail themselves tall and Bowd can be obtained In private ounUiei at Stand
entirely me,
it was apparently dead at the time, by prop. my arm i is now as strong as the other: it is alse first School Teacher's Situation Wanted. July 23. 18::;- 23 vmiaabi* medfciitt. SlO per month tueiuding waaFJIbf .

er exertions it was restored to life. rate for bums, sprains and bru.ses. For further particulars. sddroes the rrioeinal or the
A GENTLEMAN who has had_considerable xpriflie *. ,- Notice.THERE A BEAUnmL CLEAB: EXIF. uiKiers ned. CHARLES RUSSELL 8ee> -
Queen Victoria and out for CwntrrfnlM J in teaching: the primary liratterMsj of eduCation d now we all admit a e>Wt beantifat white skin and a July !, 1833. 2d tf'DBIITI"aV'
JrJlrr.'e have The public are cautioned nguinst another counterfeit : I ill detiiruui of obtaining fmploynient in a country are tame aco>unts which the undersigned rosy colored cheek! How often do we see person not possessing -

read a report, aud hear it confirmed by an "hid has lately made iu appearance, W. D..'ar.rell'lI school or a private tutor in a family. Apply at by name, date and Amount. beforehe this desideratum, *o deftoutly to be wished," .
English gentleman who should be well informed Arabian Liniment,the must dangerous of all the .w jfl '. leaves the Stat, to be sold for what they will !! ,maleriab.resorting to to cosmetic restore them lotion to a,washes semblance paint of what coloring disease .

oo the subject, that the right hearted counterfeits because 'his having the name of Farrell July SO, 1853. 30 briuff. Peihape other maY be able to collect the has deprived them of,and that too.with great injury *o C r.
many will buy it in good faith, without the knowledgethat whole. JAMES a GAMBLE. the skin. Bull's naparilla i* the best cosmetic known. DR. LEWIS
little Queen of : declined removing particle of morbid
England receiving 153. It beautifies the skin by every
a counterfeit exist, and they will perhaps only July 23, 29 and diseased matter from the blood making it pore healthy, just returned frwm If e. Tor .
Mrs. Stowe at her last drawing-room discover tlieir when the Notice.TilE mbaXi vessel sad HAS
reception error npuriuus mixture has and vigorous,giving activity to every Baltimore and Waebington
and we are disposed to give the rumor wrought its e\il effects. undersigned will attend l t to the collection of JUST RECEIVED.-Per Schooner Chipola and J. and changing fmeahn the. yellow youth.sad Ladle dark countenance,ahaadon the to use the of bloom paint with a fine, lieU of Instruments- ,fM

more credence from the fact that several A. The genuine article is manufactured only by II. G. claim at the Treasury of tins Stat, arising S from New Orleans : and mixture and us Bulls SanaparUla the only efteetnalremedv. Teeth and other material, with all the improtelMllt.l
Farrell sole inventor and proprietor and wlH,le atdruggist either fur Military uprriees or otherwise and promwpnnnjit Bacon Sides, Stagg A; Shay's Sugar Cured Hams, .A word to the wise i*Mfflcfa&t," and a blat 1. !
meiican, ladies were presented and received in Dentistry. Tbo-e who desire bia sertieee would cWt
No. 17 Main street Peoria Illinois whom f'1I action in all cases in which his Mrvil..1I Shoulder Bacon. Com. White Beans, Lard in Barrels, enough Sir the hviie. -
honorable mention i in the Court may well to call immediately, M ha intends visiting NewPort
Journal whilewe lit t
all apphcatiitus fur Agencies must lie addressed. Be n"lulrcJ.. J. P. K. SAVAGE. LftrdrlO Kegs Dried Buffalo T mifucn. and Madison during the month of July.
find no account of Mrs. Stowe or any of sure you get it with the letters H. (J. before Fan-ell's, REFERENCES ALSO per brig Wacissa from New York a neat W. earnestly Invite all person* who are ooerins; with the Pitft Office.
: Office East of
her satelites. thus-II. G. URELL'8-anJ his sic-nature the zLssortmentof any of "the ill* that lIh. heir to," to call on In.JohnBull' JT:; immediately -
on Jame E. Bronme. Gov'r.! M. I). PapsAtt'v Genl. Agent, and get a copy of ttvjir family Journal, June 25. 1863w 11Executor'
The Queen, in doing this, has added another wrapper. Sold by D. H. AMES. and by regularly HtllL \\ in. D. Mfweky, Capt. IL I)! Bnulfev MiMes anJ Children's Shoes aTti; and for the take of humanity, we hope that a .
authorized the Kid Slices be foundunwUling to git*Bull' -
agents thmugliout United States. Jas. A. Ladies drrcn and walking aingi individual will Dot
golden link to the chain that fast Byet c1., Ja. T. Archer E4 at the No ce.
was t3T": Price 25; and 50 cents and f 1 bottle Do. Lasting half Gaiters, Banaparilla a TSUL.after readiag, recollecting, *
lion. for the Doctor to publish
II. V. SnclL limo, that it kf impoibl
drawing as towards our motherland. She AGENTS WANTED: in cve-y town village ami July :0. 1 R::. 80 W omen'l Shoe and Slippers, large sizes, .5.the tenth aart of the..berol certificate* of aMoundmg ALL persons bavin' claims and demands against
has, in her quiet wisdom done a deal to. hamlet in the United States, in winch: one is not already !- Do pegged Bootees, cure performed by hi* SanapariUa. The aaimurt ofta Estate of John 8. Sheparri. late of Leon

ward atoning for the ill-judged interferencein established. Address II. G. Farrell as above WILLIAM Men' Kip Br. an% from tunony well TOIaatari1ylho-S known and dtsdngutahed on Dr.individnaU Bulls Harssparilla both illpblle County deceased whether as creditors, legatees or

our affairs which accompanied with good reference as to character responsibility SCOTT, Do. fine Calf 8",t 1't'1. u4 private life. baa been pufee&Jy'aIcU'Dr. persons entitled to distribution will present the same
at seemed
from its Ac TTy Do. Superfine Calf Boots, pump" soles. J Boll' Principal Otke: Wt Mrlui to the undersigned Executor of the lest will and testament
origin in the royal household, to have met ; July 16, 185.1. 28 4t AT LAW, GEO. W. SCOTT A CO. set, first door below Main, Loui vuJet Ky. of said John &Shepard, deceased, within two"

wits \er tacit approbation. I MONTICELIA FLA. July 23,1853. 20 I). 1L AMES, Agent, Tallahassee. years from the date hefeot or they will be hem

While there reHd a doubt with regard to I July SO, 1653. 50 tljan July IB, 1853. 28 6mD.H.AMES barred; and all persona indebted to said Estate will
\ \dona. OBITUARY. make immediate to
crt"t or officinl fmticiuufnn In Notice.THE payment

proceedings that are an insult to us, and a Died in Jefferson Couutr. on the 1 PtJi instant,, Miss Fresh Supplies. Partnership heretofore existing between the ROBERT H. GAMBLE 8t :ecntor.

bitter mockery of the sufferings among her THERESA R, (tlaught of Gen. William! lId Mrs.KlizaWth flER jrhonnrr Eliz.i...}h. from New York, and for ;. under the style of Levi .t Davi-, is Tallahassee, Fla.WITOLESALEAND July 9,1853. 27

own subjects, our resentment naturally arose, Bailey aged 19 years 2 months and three I ale l.y (t EO. W. SCOTT & CO, this daydissolte'l by niutmto'nsent The ba-inew of RETAIL DEALER Male & Female Academy.
ciaYII. She fflictd and suffered much for } 9u1ncy
with was nearly late Purtacrsbip, will settled bv Lo\lill avl
republican audacity to the throne Mixed ricllc in and the
itself. one No. 1
four mnoU.111( 'last time she was at Church Mackerel half Bbk. SOLoMON LEVI, DRUGS AND MEDICINES. NEXT SESSION will open on JTW-t
But the fact that Mrs. Stowe did not appeal wa the fourth KaLUUi in March last to attei.d the two quart Jars, l'iIM Apple Chce e. LOUIS DAVIS.MonticcHo S P THE 6M, and dON on the 28th of October.B .-

at SL James is a sort of proof that our informant funeral sorvices of her sister, Mary. who died a short Plain two Pickles Jar in one and Soda Crackers Crack" ,July 18, 18st 20 2t [23] PerfumerY :Pre tufl&, Surgical Instruments, wrd, mcludiog washing may be obtaidedln the fanny -

is correct when he asserts that effort I time the before. TIle deceased wa raised in the fear of Boxes 'quart). 1 Butter *. Window Glass Paint, Spwe Snuff, of th. Principal at f 10 per month. For furthrfintormation
Lord. About three siin-e i she embraced Smp. St.ewart'alLMOrt.'ll Candies, Manufactured Tobacco respecting ratee tnitjon,rejcubUiona,*lcsett ,-
years re VamiBhe
were strenuously made to obtain this presentation ., hgior.. and I JOined the M. E. Church while at school in Durkee Yeast Powders, Mrutard Ue Miiilli, EllSKINE & DILWORTJI, OQ,Glass: Ware, Patent Medicines : Catalogue,which may bejrocuredSruplKatiorito

and that the Queen refused to accedE, Cullodtn. On. I visited her frequently during her Rice, Crushed Sugar, ATTORNEYS. LAW, aud Fine Soap. Bne Tooth Pure Wine and Brandies N.H.STEWART,

to them. New York Express. long the ilbeiis and always found her calm and resigned Olive Pearl Oil Starch in pint Bottle, Graham Graham Bread, XOXTICELLO AND QUI CY. and! Hair Brushes for Medicinal j)drpo e, : Qui, May 23, 18 3w1 2m PrincipaL
to will of the Lord. About U.ree. weeks Flour Articles
prerioot Bruabea Fancy
Another new Territory. to her death with several of her Christian friend, .be Star CaDdJf'fCheroot. Segaro Joins EasKWi Qnincy -W.S. DIIWOETII Monticello. Garden Paint Seeds, Fine Havana Segars. !, Book Store

The Union lately) published A communica.. abe r received would U frequently e boly sacrament.- My The Savioor day of her death FFFG Indigo Gunpowder, Coffee Double Sugar refined, Crushed Sis July !3, 18.63. 29 Ha has recently received a large and fresh supply purchased the entire stock; of the lat.

tiou, from Henry S. Schoolcraft, Esq., describ011 .. to my soul" She bade say.farewell to her u frieodii tn precious and No. 1 White Load. gar NOTICETO of every variety of article usually kept by tine druggwu.estobliaomcnt HATING W m. Wileou" Co. I sun prepared Ut

nF a _;\ of country known by the name I then to the MrranU and requested all to meet her in Pore White Lead. Re-boiled Lmseed OiL Planters and Physicians will always find needed at and on supply all those who mny favor me with their vi.s

He says it i is an attractive wellmountain Heaven. She asked her sister to read the hymn. 1 I Richmond City Mill Flour, Lard Oil PURCHASERS STATE LANDS. a full supply of every thing with books statiooary die,of every description caiY
tinibered would Hiram Smith Flour, Nails 4, 6,8,10 the most liberal term moat'reasonable terms. I will ke oo ksasd s-ens'
$.I4l fertile not live alway and in a short time the and 12d, filled and satisfaction 'p
immedjat1y area of country, 1J'.ns left i its tenement nf clay and went 10 die spirit Hiram Smith Flour half Axel Pulley TaJrA '* Omct )t Orders from the Country promptly stant supply of the latest and most popjl works.I .. .

in mild Wt of the Rocky" *, While her relative and friends mourn)bet early spirit death land Barrels TaUaJuavee, July !O, 1863. f guaranteed, with' regard both to prices and intend eerryinf oo .EoJiog in all Its brtocboon a' .
t''flp1Irat __ carefully comMinaed. .
of :iIftttl1! to which, for the they mourn not as those who have no Mpta.ANDUAON July 34)>I. 1853. SO Is hereby p"! to n pwtht-m of State quality ?'bIl1 prescriptions. as I ;drT51 a wofkma; IfoPOtTCALL." .
purpose JOfl5
allusion he applies the ab. PULa. NOTICE .00 aV tb rB nai-- Notes at any %7 April 2,
original term. ,'he area, is about t miles Fresh Groceries. timebSNKtf 4he.Vdnj pf J y. 1ML. awl theiwnotei July e. 1853. -
filLy .
broad and lies par alL to the Steamer James L. Day, from New Orleans 5th d41CuJaIrnIiiY. l M-0 t aid iood. Notice

tuins for a distance of ae'en Rocky M oun. Livery Stable. PER 40 bble Superfine Flour are toB-MiceSna all Wbo wMito:W the lame Just Received 4 LL persona having demands ngdoH lIaR&Ute fA.

It gives rise to both of tbe hundred miles.' r "LIE underaijned gives notice that, 15 do Extia do will pls $*drt, -tb8ir eominmiiatK.1. to this or6ee Steam,James L Day from New Orleans, Virgil V.tri, deeeMed hue of LeoaCtnnty,

oils IUb.aftlul'nll -'In anti nllmer. notwithstanding the lat* dcstriirticm 1 do Lard Oil o& to 1M Public x.-. M hereto- PER b store, for sale by G. W. 8COTT CO. pia, will anttai them to the urtdenigrJed,. auWaMrtrator
( the Sffoorj ol
o Columbia river. It by fire of his Brick Stables. h< 2 Ticree Sugar Cured Hams fur;. charged with tile duty tWhite Cord ex-rfSai*'.pujpsjrljantbeol'iatvd.. witUa tlM
i. a high plain which U cut through by"aflbente bai fitted up for the present his larg Carriuge Repository 10 Kegs Lard. collecting those bond or ootea'which have been gir- ? Rib Bide Bacon tim prrembWT.law ut hue notice will bo pks.led

these or most fertile cha.ricter on an adjoiniog lot where be has ample roan -ALSO-- en since the aaid fith day,of Janwrr. 18S*. Shoulder in bar oftheir'reeatetj, arid aU pers ni in/Ieb to
bearing tree and in'some places to accommodate the public as' usual with the "'It Per Elizabeth from New York C..H.: Trtawnr. Stag A Sbea's! Soptr Cured natns, said Estate art requeated to 'mete. hnmedukU pal.mcot. .

sud, while the higl a' careful attention to horses, Ac Carriage, Bnggirstc. 20 BbU Hiram Smith Flour Stale Leaf Lard in Barrel, HALEY T. BLOCKKR, ;
streams abundant
create WI .. on hand and in rcatftncaa at all times ns herttof 1(1 Half Bbla dotfo ,July::3,1853. 20 pl Kegs FaIe 4S.ii4aSrater.-

.po" er for lumber and grain nulls and rr. P. R ROK A W, BERRY 4 ROWLES. I I S,.,itiwl, )lananna.W'1l1g. and Ocala Mirror eopj- I 1 Dried Toncs.S July !, IS 3. 211m

July 30, 1853. :39; leg J. R. LJ.OTD. July CO, 1833. W three titfiA *"J scud Ull*. July ?, 1S33. 21





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iN. YORK, w" uld call tilt attention of those abuntP11rehiai' undersigned having made tin further im- -
, ti, '; \O"'I'lTT UP IN Tin; LARGEST SIZED *to their' 'plendid Ktock fJ to 71 octave ARE now receiving and have on THE)\ ''. is determined not to be excelled by \ [ RESTECTFULLY HEAL All 'AND ULMONIC OIL

4 f.r ; |l. the brst SAlt. 'iI1II111. r\hich they believe csnnot be nxcolled by any their Tall 'tlpl'lof any :'octorv in Georgia, in ruakin;: fine cotton gins \\ : /t. LY OFFERED: to

r t : 1} \\I\AKII.LA made: a&U cfitJrird. \ly the WONDER- other in the city, cither in tone fini-h, quality of mateiial GOODS, te which they would respectfully that (IUUlU.t be excelled iu their performance and du Mrr2p, the citizens of Monti- A SURE CURE FOR CONSUMPTION.ilE

[1, J:' lYftixit ".t4 pot f.Tilled, the original CpiC.of :T ",'rlcI1: tip., MEDALS have been! awarded cat! the attention of the puUic: rability. ,". cello and the. Stale as -

9 ich ire a'! I lite! |m... KMim of JR propiiot 1"'- l by the AMERICAN INSTITUTE to their iiibtrments -- 'Gold. Hunting. Levers. by- Tobias I His (:1.l'torit i in the midst of one of the best cotton _' '; ;: a preparation of earnest T use Qf thit astounding Liriiment has btrn .

f: ; 11 wU'i, this is the only TIIUE: and lmWIN.\- FIn; YEARS IN ftvctssiox. 4' II 'I "- rl. I). Joliiwm, growing regions ill the world. lIe intends his gins to .. : EE: :, importance and destined to families tended with unparalleled sutccu iu all d iunJ -

: ". j : Having reerntly' pnrehai! the entire stock of the J ". Johnson, show by their performance for themselves aud are to of'fan or Hum er.

':: : e.Tlie Medicine, when used oceordiug to directions.Vlll late firm of DUBOIS & WXHRINER: ftmnwly Gt'IItl'mf'\Op'n Dial Gold Levers. warranted to perform in the best manner, with good I .' '.' become identified with Fur Ma*.-It speedily enres Rhcnmatinn,

.:1J r b1j \ (furc Without ("at DUBOIS A STODART, favoiihy known for FORTY Ladies".: Gold a Hunting a Levers a by 4. Arnold.) Daviit Co., gearing nud attention. Gin repairing done at bhort ."_,< the health of and* happi i Swofula, Burns Scalds 1'etlen. and ".:'

: years as Piano makers they would invite the Cooper < Co, notice maid in the beat possible IIUI IIIl'r. ." : \\\ nei Wens, Swellings Ri>iiig.'. Sprains, Cut Brut .Li
Fl crofula' Kings )l:*il. dincrr; 1'um'l, Eruptions Watches of all c.1c 'ri 'j .1'CM ALES. < '
" (I continuance t
c. i-f llic Skin,'Jrn.irh.. Chr"tit Sore-Eyes. Ring- with the certainty of giving equal satisfaction.For Silver Iluiflmg Levers, atteDded to. lIe will deliver them free of charge at This CATIIOLICON envy, Sore Mouth Neuralgia Pile, Ground Iteh'Z

t "j v,'rn> or )htit Rhcjrnati lAm, the Southern market '( are making with Silver Hunting Anchors. Lepines, and common the resilience of tile purchaser, at his farm, or bout will cure 95 per Cent. Ear ache or deafness, by filling the Ear Trith i it
: I t J'.ill in the Bonce or J'lilt&old S"rcs Watches' and Marble Mantle Clocks.JKtVELKY. rail road when convenient. of all chronic diseases it with
a DOUBLE IRON FRAMES and Detached Cases, peculiarly landing, or depot stopping wool or cotton ; Cn.np ; by foUL?
.4 .4 i' and tClf.c.tJ of the. Gland*. ] adapted to the climate.Jmioll Below are a, few certificates, out of a large number incidental to the respectable tl.e breast with the liniment, and administering ?

" ', _: f,1} tH*phihs.. DWii! ef.Kidney. S Jl{ IHicMtn. *, I IS53., :3 3m Fine Gold Chataliiii Chahis, Bracelet, fine Coral, that could 1 be exhibited if necessary, from Planters of female, married spoonful internally with a little sugar.-it i i. laJjl v

etite DU-= : -- Pearl and Gold Bosom Pin, Ear Rings, ,Cuff Tin, undoubted vcraety. or unmarried nnd the same way fur coughs colds Asthma l't'Vn1no:
.t i.j. J/ossofAj Notice. The undersized: is a Southern man, born and raised of FEMALE COMPL Plithisie, Bronchitis.
UuM known under the ,
f Cuff Buttons and Finger Rings; Gentlemen's usually name COIlltlmrtil/n. and I T'lclllr,01.
1 1'e fr4 thc of Mcr- 1i.
: >in te
: '. t. Pain nn'i.il in; tlie S'4lt l j and. Shoulders, months after!date, the nn
; 1 Omcr.il"lr d..bilit Dropsy, L ml< Jauiid.ce ami SIX' if) 'the t''tatc (If James Ftin'liam) deceased Keys.. Gold Thimbles, Sold Pen and I Pencil Cac?'I man in hi-i employ. J. II. WATSON.February of the womb; FLI-OE ALBCS, or Whites; Cnaosic IxFtAMATlOX -. 4 or 6 times a day and keep the breast well a ld

i 'f t y Costiveness.The ngo 'xte of 1/ff c.'lmt"iJI present their final accounts Tooth Picks Gold l't-ims. fluid and Silver Spectacles 3,1853. ASD UtrEJlAIlOX OF tilE WoMB; I5ODE.VTAL with it. Pain of any kind cannot exist after this lint
; '.t. ': i l.n.1'ond.'r.. to the Jixlgc of Probate of Leon County, 'I Double EI. Silver Spectacles, Silver and Pearl H.EMOBIIII.VGE: or Flooding ; IAxni7 SrrrRi39ED meat has time to produce its effects. This I lining
'T"EnETIE'I\.HII I'ISIK (n"x nnd ask to be c.1isdlJI C"1. C.ml Cses, Silver ami Inlaid Porte Moiuiics. RoquetHolders CERTIFICATES.I ASD liintcii-LAU MENs TKfATiox, Ae, with all their 'has completely triumphed' l over all LiuiiMuta and

'1. t. |xeulinr 1111\liC1; lo which females arc subject WILLIAM S. FOREHAND, Fans, Pnpier Neache Pc ks. Port Folios and hereby certify that I have hud in operation, one accompanying evils, (Cancer excepted)no matter how Pain killers ami Extractors extant; ami w a preparation -

'. I.. : (commonly produce great Phi1y eaybjuMion, accompanied EDWARD BLACKLEDOE, Al bumq. Flower Vases, Tea Trays, (Girandoles, Parlor .of Mr. Watson's eaw ;ins two years nnd believe them severe of of how long standing. used by the Doctors in tlieir prisetic' A wr.'!<

4 _\.. ; l I.y :,1f1"'tnT'! c.O"1 glmtniv state of Illt 4,1 1 elm;II i.1 rulon. and Pa'sjisje Lamps Globes and Chimneys Feather the hf,t gluts used( in Oad.sden Co., Fia.Niv. MANY PROMINENT PHYSICIANS in the city trial. of its virtues "'Illeatl-ify any pcrsou of iu superiority

.i f t : As tin"pyMem .1".lle" in strength. there) is a July 2.1853. 26 6m etl1 -trr-. Table Mats, Pocket Compasses, Sur- 20, 1852. DAVID L. WHITE, M. D. of New York and other places, finding themselves and value. *

:, .J : iH.-I'tI$ power, nn d this very ," 'naturally impairs the \evors* Chains, one Field Compass",House, Ten, and without a remedy in inveterate ca i's of the above For use IIor ".-U Instantly cures Corks Seratei'n.
.1 I mercy of the mind nnd distmlw' lIlt equanimity of Buggies and Carriages Hind IKIKSII.VKU BCKKE Cot- Tt' Ga, Jan. 14. lS3. complaints, mid having due jegnnl AT the welfare of. Chafes, Cuts.Womids,Splints Spavin,Stifle Swiif
j I' the temper. Every (: lit, womll who lias suffered AND PlATED WARB. This 5 i. to certify that I have in use on mv plantat5 their patients, have recommended HIT use of this medicine Sprains s, Film of the eye Whirlbnne of any joint, or j,

.: : ..; from female complaints will admit tlii< to be (lie CONSTANTLY on hand a fine assortment ofJ1ng. .ns in Baker eounty' two cotton gins, made uy Col.J.H ; anti after witnessing its salutary effects are Distemper. Stiffness or Spasm, Lrx-kjaw. Big-- Sln.nl.

j; r.: I' :' mournful truth. N.w, ti olttam relief it w only neecrssary o* jjies, Covered Carriages, tc, which: are OIIM l l very Silver Table Dessert, and Tea Spoons, Flutter Watson of Palmyra, Geo. that perform"in good now manifesting their approbation, not only by resorting dcr. Big Head, Foot Evil, Naval Galls Snake bite',

i '. to Flop the tendency t>, depletion' and (debili ow by D. LA tn.l Knives and Silver Cup, Plated Tea Sct B.vkets, m.ie, iu every particular. to it in their treatment ('fail t'UI' tlil't'nH'i'fur"llich or the sting of any thiug.DIRECTIONS. .

.. ,. : ty. This; is done, liy renewing that fountain of health l All orders for Buggies and Carriages executed ou Castors, Urns, Fruit StandsVamters, Butter Disimetiaim1 WRIGHT; MURPIIEY. it is intended, but in some instances accepting the a- .-for Jfan.-First rub well tin,

] t'; mid strtitli.( the BLOOD) mid no medicine necmn- hurt notice.Newport. Candle Sticks, Silver Plated Forks, Table, Dessert geney of it to -ilinte its introduction into more general part affected with the liniment from 3 to C times a

..i;: I1lhll.tin desirable' result MI eedily| and! CIt pT.(I' May 14, ]S:3. 10OTATS Fine. and Double Tea Spoon barrelled. Guns. Shot Pouches and Ltn Cot NTT Gn., Jan. 15, 18t: use "by the faculty.Tha day, keeping a woolen cover over it. Iu ulcfrt "uj

: GnyoottV: ImpioM-d Extract of Yellow Dock of this the female burns, use a lint For Salivation rub
; Powder Flajki", English Cap*, Gun Wails. Cleaning Tbi i is to certify that I have overfeed for CoL Win. influence composition upon cover. the parts
t i itnil Sarcpaillla"J : 7 FLS nnJ constitution i is of the kind the nmst affected. }'or and eve-Si'f
I Rods, fine Table Cutlery, with or without Forks Carvers anew the pa't year nnd that I used a Cut ton gin most friendly ; piles sore course theliat-
". ',- ,idiVttof p-ile' complexion and cn"0II\'( habits, Pnorosii AMKM> : TO Till CO. STI'IT. line jvwket Cutlery of all descriptions, fin iianufiictured! by Col. J. II. Watson of Palmyra delicate and feeble female need have: no fears in its use uncut is applieu without the cover,and iu sitale 1 lJl j

1I and Mich an are debilitated 1 by .1 ION OK SAID J3TATE, Sci*!ors amid Shear*. Walking Canes, Accordian-. which |xrfornied to my entire fiat is faction. makinggood for any length of time for it contain no mercury, nor give freely internnllv.
.. l' which fl'I'C'I' are li.iblc tarc, f."tlr'd. by the usCt Flutes, VioKw. Yi..11'1nOW 1', Yi..lC'n and Guitar speed and fine sample without any knapping,, any :article which, can prove in any way injurious, being for; the llur"lIb well 2 cr 6 times a dav.o.
11. r. >f A or two to and to vignr.m Adopted Ly the sixth GcncnJ Assembly. I made and affected without iir
h.ltt 111"1 Strings, Razors Razor Strops' Luln'n's Extracts, Co- averagimmg three bales JHT day. W. W.ADAMS. entirely vegetable extract, prepared part cover except "ptill.. cuts or

1 SlfSl1(1
"f 1',1"4 J.1 al.ln/lril.r AN ACT to alter and amend the Fourteenth and : S Octi'berO 185i. 43 BAKER COUXTT Ga, Jan, 18, 1853. The Mow Oi'F.nANiu of thv renivly' in th> euro into the nostriLManufactured
Clauses oftthe' Third Article and the mps. __ of this class of diseases i' through the general economy by I.T.Henderson for R.MIX OX
Twenty-Third !
t r; M t Q. Q Tlii. may certify that I 'hare in u!e one of J. IL
J; ., 1 T Tim-teeth and Sixteenth Clauses of the fifth Article Paints, Dry and in Oil. aUon's saw gins, with I am well pleased, and of the system, with a peculiar determination to I 1'l'rp 50 cents. FarMrmllrtg.*

:1 ; 4 r Ul'rEI'F Granger eounty. Tenn, )JJ of l Ihe) Constitution of this State. take in recommending them to ill the female organs.ADDITIONAL. I DILL & MARShALL Fert (lahmes. Gi .:D.p4
April 27th, 1857. f f"c fJ. 80Whi'e' Zinc Paint in"25 It, kegs pleasure planters I( PROOF of this Catholicon being for the, Staffs -Georgia Alabama and Florida, i
J 4 SWTIOS 1. He it fiififtrtl lif, the Snalr and IIinr extra No. 1. South-Wcitcin Ceo, as being equal to nnv made ill
D. PAUK F. Cineinimli1)car Sir:-It pure w.orlhv( the confidence of the afflicted a-s a SUC BA RNA RD.Tallahassee; JOBS JORDAN Quiipy--
nf JJipmrnlatirrt fifth f Xlatf of Floiidd in (.Ifitrril Green Paint of'ariou!kinds and in Oil, the State. M. C./BALL
} ,_ h me-preait .atlIlin" to my testimony inS Dry Cl.fFUIFE. AND CUE \P REMEDY, will HINDS & DICKINSON, Baiubridge: ABELL i
4ilo 4' lilack do. do. do. do. d''.
> Extract t \VlWIVwk and IM- found in the observations GRHTIN ApaLmehicula.TESTIMONLIJ.S..
I :ivorof"I r. OI\'tlt't the U.irJ'rti.I\ of the Constitution, of this! State lie Red do. do. do. do. do.Yellow BAKEH Corxrr Go, Jan. 21, 853. pavnphlet.witim important ,
J HarppnrJIlH .to the I1mH11 11,1 highly re- tcucliing tl.e nature amid symptoms of the diseases .
*) altered and amended as to read :t:1 follows: flicr( 11",. do. do. do. do. Tuis is to that I have oversecd for B. O
ho have been benefited the certify to which the attention of Ladies and Practitioners
.1 table ,
.: I upor i t\\ ; Union Parish La Oct.
1:1:1: ) diall be a Secretary of State elected by the qualified Blue do. till. do. do. do.UmluT veaton the last three rears past nnd used one of J. invited. !o. li O.
.Jl ( voters of this State c.n the firstjMonday in Octolicr in w respectfully( DEAR SIR,- I am greatly opposed) giving twtimenials ;
and Terra do tinn.10.. do. Watson's 50 *. made at which
; I wife lias l ulToriii3 f"r the of saw gin Palmyra THE ING"REDIENTSM certified' hiirh, medical
1 My ecii Fpnee nearly by in said be
the year 1S56 who thall} : continue in olnVe during the Carmine I ike. Vermilion, \ mi.l Oils, Bru he.' huts to entire tlti.fwtiun. and i i. duralc cures to performed by pat rtJt med.
t 't five with Scr"flt. oud Cancerhich, I think, J Ie", > performed my autl.r.rityeejmnphM.( )are A LI.VEGETABLE, eines
but in .
1 the f Mr.
\tarl term of four and lie shall keep a f.iir registerof t ; case > Boseman. who use J
; other I
years *, Painting inati-riaL -lasting well. HENRY BATEMAN.
found; its in the of the I and mlt associated with article to
origin ) are
ch'llrnwlt syMem peculiar any unfriendly Nerve and Bone Liniment
L t ho official: acts and proceedings of the Governor A few bnrrel of Fire Prouf, for "ale1'1' low to your on a long standing ulerous -
her while. in tW\ lime she the animal .
I to sex, was under
0"1 and shall when required lay the same, and nlll'Il' sore leg. I am compelled in common IcoMtr
1. close a consignment D. H. AMES. LI.E Couxrr Jan. 18
I I : the care of the most eminent 1'viidax? in this) minutes :\'lmr1lC'r:1.rf'tath'e thereto, LI'f"rethc Dtmbr.r. M. D, Baltimore Md.; to niake attestation to the merits of soch an inrsloablenedieiue.

.: 4 fkvti'W of the c'1mtn'ith"ut dcrhiug any material IHTS.General l Assembly, and shall peifopn such other July 7, 1853.: 27 tf v This is to certify that I have overseed for Cut JosHotul J. C. Orriek. M. D, Idtimore, Mil P. B. Peckliam. M. I I am time more anxious to do this, as the
1, aid from their 11rti"nA. --- --------- the two pist and have used hi* farms D. Uti.- ,, N. Y. D. Y. F.n.te M. I).. N. Y I,
i rr( duties be l of him Prollitl.l.1l1ltt : years <>n ; Syracuse. ; was patient of and t.
as may require bylaw: Better Late than Never.I person .a my own. previously
i 'f Upon the recomniendjition of Dr. .lkC'I. one of the term of thee, of the Secretary of State to be 'OHI c t.on gins nf sixty saws camel manufactured bj M.1L Mills M. D, H-chestcr. N. Y.; L D. Fleming using yoirr justly named ""heal all" on his leg,lie had

4 ,, (\1 Phvnci.xns, who had **ci\ the nieilicine n"C1ith elected uuder this Amended Constitution, shall not AM I hnppy t<> inf<>nn my customers and the public Jol.: J. IL Watson of Palmyra, which have j I'l'rf"rIIlt,1 M. D. Canandaignn N. Y.; W. W. Ht'c'eL D. City. used all remedies usually adopted in such eases. III

.: J harry effect I obtained of v.nir Agents here. "Messr cnlll1'UC'Clntl1 the UTIU of office of the officer now Kenernllv. that I am now receiving niv SPRING; only cumtirtsaui.t.mctii'um ; they mike a fine sample. of New York ; W'.l Precott M. D, Coneord, N. H. a short time after using your liniment, lie was jrf t-

I .'e, ". Rice .( MeFailand.: one l.-ttlc of"Dr. (1\"t" U-cted shall cxjiire.SLC. STOCK OF CiOODS.) These' GWxls have'lieen selected gill very fast and are durable and lust well.JAMES Pamphlc-U can be hud gratis at the drug. Stores of Iy and permanently cured. His leg is now as sound

4 Extract: Yellow D"ek and ::r 1parla": IntI my 2. Ee it f HI tier evartfil, That the twenty- ,, with great care by an upl'ri'ncllmuot. In eon- CHEEK. the nluwing Agents. as ever it was. Yr &c.O. 8. \\YEST.::. n
t i'' I 'ife found relief from that l,>ttle, MXlHittK'i thfrd icction with this fact, tile ]price I intend offfring them JOHNSON Jt EPPES. Monticello,
liird Clause of the Ai tide of the C"II..tiluti..n oflii TO THE PUBLIC.
I't.t. which .lit has taken with the nut ostouiMi-) mit, j..ntirttlnrl'i fur ra//, will I tn 't, IK an inducc'uent MACOV, Ga, Jan. 24, 183. SAMUEL PULKSTO.V.: do.
< State lie altered and nded to read
so aim as n.
I c f ing iK-iM'fit, fur I nm pleased! to nay it )ha: entirely lilnwii', viz: A State Ticiurer: and (Comptroller ofPublic for ]pllrc'hall: to call. Jly I'to'k. \\hen all re- This is to certify tlvat I have in tie npr>n my plan I). I I. AM ES. Tallahas-ce. Farmerville, Union Pari.h. JA March 16, 1851.
:, >l her for has recovered fran her -ivtilill consist of all .t G viz A BEL & GRIFFIN To the Editors of the New Orleans Delta:
: J curc< KIC entirely Account ehall lie elvrtcd 1 by the qualified) e- Staj4 FaiK-y MAS, : :.itions In L?<: and Baker Counties six cotton gins o( palachieola.
I I ; HlneiM, ail the\ Scmfula ntnl Cancer are cuied touudaixl eclors of this Stute on the first Monday in October inho Plain uul Striped' Osnabur:s, sixty saws each made I by CoL J. II. Walton of Palmyra J. B.MARcnii .t Co, Proprietors Central Depot, SOIBroaihvay Gentlemen; We w -h. through' your valuable Journal
to the
L well.Acevpt. 'I I X York. express to public voluntarily our sense of
185C.( ami two thercalter.Si.c. MarlUiniugh : amid Plaid, Ga.t'itlt which I am wclll"lc\\f'lI. and cr.n"id- ew.
year every years the value of of the discoveries of tIle
)) : I my gra(itude. llepretfi1ly.! : U lie; it (,nt/irr enactftl. That t lime thirteenth: Mjnchivter Rill 1 OI!hi-eow; Stripes cr them equal to any gins made in Georgia iu everyrespect. July 2, ]1053. 26 6m viz DR. I.'JL one HENDERSON'S greatest "J\'tne and Ilwe age
: :
Clause' of ihe fifth Article of the Cons'i'u'ion' of this Jet City and Eiston do. I take pleasure ill recommending them to Liniment[ Heal all and Pulinnnle,Oil.
J 'A 1. '-R. 41, G'4. ]:-.I 1 S'nirtinx and uiti-rs tn South-Western Georgia and Florida.Col. MILES NASH & CO.
S'aie l>c f\I) altered and amended as to read as f ohhi.'vm' l- Sheeting, : not advocates of the host of
t c. ) Q.:-L n s t 9 viz: The CKik of I he Supreme Court and I the l'iltn'a..c 31J,11::.4 Linen Slit etiimg Watsi-n is a Southern man. toni and raised in Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c., I tent Although quack ml'Jieinel'llich we are now flood the country,jw-**
if" ( jEitract Plain. Striped' and t Cheekeil t Linens midst and has Northern interest.
? Jleiks of the Courts of Chancery, Miall 'be elected our no
I by think it but act of sheer to the invents IInl)
of R lrtier from anexteiiMxe Meicliant iu inform their frienda and the public that an
Irir-li Linens and t Linen Luwu.s
I lie qualified clec'ors! : PJuiuficid, Livingston county, Brown and Bleached Duck have ou hand a g<'ICI ass-'rtment of sueh of u!e to the public to cheerfully ami voluntuilv
Miclian in October in the 1S5 lRwl ,
lay year every four from t of the above meJi-
articles as are gent-rally kept in their line of business our personal knowledge
JL.uxntll. Mich.April S 1852. years thereafier and llhe'Clerks of the Circuit Courts Navy do. LEE COVXTT Ga. Jan. 2], 1853. o\t'n.
cine mcl.llIch have been by uunirri'iis ver-
and! will l be ttesli Their [:
receiving regularly supplies.
Mr. J..lm D. fRrk-I ;-Dr. ( uvsottYi-1-II ]- hall be elected .the electors Au assortment (.f Prints and Ginghams, .
;,; I'Rr. by qualified in Mich Tllili i is to certify that I overfeed for CoL Jo'l'hP.uclla.t ttrlllhall be rea onable.Tullaha table witnesses to say that,used internally. it is one
.i j law hock and 8arrarlll is T'rl.m1n H>IHC a' toung -I maImer as L; uow or may: hereafter be prescribed by Punted Muliui" and Lnuis, year at his Mud I Cieek plantation' in Hake of th' best medicines for diseases of the lungs and,
th 14
"set, April i 1S53.
". A Strickland has Emb'il d' !ii .
cures in lit j ju1t. .11. I ( and 1 u..c.'llllne of J. H. Watson's' amid
Jouuty saw gins, from long otaervation. know it is the best remedy en-
.i ----- --
: J jui-t intUcl me that one of Mi children has t'C'1 entir.ty aw.Snc. 4. Be it (iitl"r fnaetrd. That the Hxlccnth! Muliu I nn111-:1I11J'.1 I Swiss R.ilRi'h 1.!, ia\e no hesitation! ill *n\ lug that it i is the best gin I Notice. : ant used externally for man or beast in the cure of

cured elf.very *evere case Scrofula by u.c Clause of tIle fifth' Article of the Constitniion! of this Bar<-s"s. Striped :1II.11'Jlill.I ever used it makes a fine sample! of cotton-at.crag. hose diseases for which it is advertised.

;. flf inly one lx>ttle. Hi hod' tried almost every thins State lie, and Uie samo thereby 'I altered and a- S'.lid! enl'il Hareses of all colors, and White do. "ng four bales per iLiy with case and is durable.: 'I SIX months I from this date, I shall apply to the Dr.31. D, JIayes testimonial; will further ecnvinca

S 1 t that tho n.tl.r.hnlllr'lri"I. but all of no a\til. nended) as to read) an follow, \'iz.: There shall lie an Silk I'i'iaaim
J i a.Ole child. ( : !( Tlie sores are Attorney General; for the Sta'eln\ r-ludl reside a'he Mu'-lin and 1 Ciunbrii' Flouiu-ings, hem to pvrforui to my .iitir<' *ati>factioii.THOMAS for a final discharge as Executor th. estate of John any T. L HAND. Sheriif, C.T. BA RTON. CK-rk.

4 now all healed up and the child nrlarc'nt'H., watof Govemment; ; it hhnll be 'his duty to attend Linen, and Thread Edgings, (rum } to 4 in. wMr, J. CARTER.LEE Ferguson, Lute of said Cunnty. deceased.JAMES 0 It ELLIS. Recorder, S. C. DAVIS. A sssor. -

.:,.J .lti..1i justly ascribed t the ui>e of nllf'ol''lion" of (the Jeneral Assembly, and' upon I'luiu Enib'd, and Se illojH-d Linen Cambric Hkf.i.II. ). LONG, Executor.Washington V. M. BRYAN. IS' CULVERUOUSE.M.D.U. .

'j. b ; ar"IiUa he; passage i'ftny net 'to draft! and! gui'init to the I". .io. and! IJICP ifiiders>ll'C""II. ClIl'.'TT Ga, D c. 23, 1"2. County, March 5, 1 85:. 9 Km J. W.l1VTlL'1AXCE P. HU111X.A CP. Asa.

,111 [LSbletl] Yuurt\ly. R A. DEAL Jeneral Assembly, at the same session, all necesfa- Talfeta Satin and 15"t>iict RibUms, 1I..nrh..1. Tliis. i i.* to f'l'l'lifthat have' ovcrseed fi-r Tliomas St. Euviu." .
I .f assortment of Fans, Indies Parasol amid Urn- 500 Ounces Sulphate Quinine-Farr's.
forms under such ]laws irie
( proceeding which when
S ) D. PAYNLFebruary
ry : II. M'Miirlioii the and USt-1 l two H. R. BRYAN.
1; 4 SCO"I. .t MEAD, approved fhall lie publKhed therewith, nnd he shall : 1 relhu'. with general I''IOI tl1Wllt of--1111" ". I fats.JIml.Will' : preeiit year gin mi have just received tie above lot of Quinine .
1S53.DB. 17
:; 111 New Orleans his fiirm made by J. II. Wat.on of Pulmnlwhich WE 19. J_
t i Charr's ltf'et. eIther duties as be ', CriK-kvry. Iron t.cke. D. WIWON.. hich we offer to dealers and consumers at a -
General fur the Southern llCrfflmfiuch may pre.cribed bv Ilt'r.rlllecl equal to any gins I have ever seen or used,
1) WI"Ille Agents States, 1853. I.T. HEND1UtSON
; April J I. 14 reduced As and reliable artieje/thw ,
lie elected the a
by qualified clcet.r 'if l hey gin fat and make good lint. price. pure
:J I! whom all ordcis must l addrcsi ed .
n II 1M AI,1 ) this S'a'e, on the fist Monday! of October in VieIsG. PR70R ROBY.ALBAXV Quinine is equal if not superior to anv. in the world. NOW' the most successful scientific practitioner cf
Atrw sash A ,
Ct_ E. I
Vi I A. II. \>, rtl Iu, Talat' ,_r and CH'rJ four years thereafter: but may Notice. Also on hand a great variety of Foreign and Am- western country for the cure of any KnJ orcharnc.ter

"'f J I ta') il.one'iflx'rt P. Jordan t Ou::lud ; t.e removed by urc nu.a.., ? ..L1.1__.. ..r*,,./.. months from date the undersizne' .wlrniumitra- Jan 23, 1853. rtuti Cl....,;. ., Drugs, Medicines, te. of Chronic diseases, to wir: Cancer. Sci*&

.. .Y1 Itlticdlo.) Jll Haltzell t k QlilcWiial, thir.Jt iif' the jp.vo Houses of the Jeneral Assembly, SIX ..r LIt iV4.io ,-f the late It .hcrt Lamkumum. ,I U- Tins is to certify tint I have in u;e ou my plonta- July 0, ISia. :1 D. H. AMES. ula, Fungus, Serrwus Ulceration, IVrvpus. and Outatoneous -
;f I'f1 Chatll'rllif. niekll and frhall receive for, his services to I be: ceased of Sadsdeii ill of of the body. tojetU-
: Co Ddiubiidge GiL E. SciwThnuas- aconifienHition County v pxhibit hr final ecuunt4 lion m this County a sixty saw gin manufactured b\ eruptions any portion
4.1 I .\ Ga.t d fixed by law : Provid'd That the term of ofllee IIf and vouchers to the Judge of JVobnte fur the DoL J. II Watsun of Palmyra, which I consider equal Notice. er with all manner ol' Chronic Diseases or General Dtbility -

July 9, 1653. 27 4meow, he Attorney General to be elected under this amen county of Uadiwlen. and ak for; a mhiMhmarze. to any gin m .ile in (Georgia in every particufcir amid SIX months after date I will j
t led C..n..titllticll1ohaU not commence until tho tcnnf FRANCIS A. CHANDLER, Admrx. vt exe lled by nll -. I have no hesitation iu recomine voucher n! administratrix of the estate of lit.u. as well as a practitioner on secret diseases

( office of the officer now elected' shall expire Al'ri130.1t\ 17 Cm ding them to planters iu uLIJ1-W'''em Georgia Anthony Avant deceased, (o the Judge of Probate of of men, and those pe Uar t,> woman; Also the only
{; Freedom Fever in Six Hours. SKC. 5. lie it t'ltr cn/ic/r Tliat said elections __ ,__ successful of Consumption, and all tt. minor
fom fill ,: nu>y aYc tmuiLfactiired in our midst and\ by a Southern ,, Madison County, and ask for a discharge from said curer
b shall lie conducted and the JUST RECEIVED \ Diseases. Can be consulted ty lett.r it
thereof made
Ncgalire Jllcftrie Fluid ; or returns in man, a native of our own glorious Georgia.D. admiD tratiou. Pulmonary
.z he manner now pYexcvibc-J, or which may hereafter By Edward Barnard Jr. A. VASON. SARAH AVANT, .-
DR. SEATS' FEVER ANTIDOTE. Ije pret-cril.ed by law, f.'r the election. of member toi -- May 21. 83. 20 31 TESTIMONIALS.

i TilS'nn'rrul) remedy )has Wen/ thoroughly ,test i ongros from tins Sate: ; anti it fcliall lie the duty of A PLiES ASSORTMENT OF GARDEN SEED PREMIUM COTTON GINS. Lonsvittz, Ky. August 7,J849.

t ': last three years, m I 1 capes of }'C'T"r. the (Jovenior to ivue commissions, under the seal of growth of i 18.VJ. 1', TAYLOR A; Ct).. Proprietors of the ColiftnkusCotloiiGiii Notice. Dr. Henderson, I must say eontrary to all expectation

: .t from Typhus and] yellow: to the fimplebt Intermittent the State to the }K>tsons receiving the highest number ALSO, A FRESH ASSORTMENT OF GENUINE E S Manufactoryhave the 531- SIX month after date. I shall present my accounts yon have completely.eured myut.r yf the Cancer

t or Chill and F ver, in various parts, of the of voles for ihe paid wcver.l ,.nic'l''. illtacl ion I their and the Plan- vouchers to the lIon. Judge of Probate for of her breast, and Mrs. C of the Polypus
loannouice to
Ii, ; Union in "c'lImlAmcnC'.n and Europe. Asf.e inC'rclli. SIXTH (ICXLBAL Assr.vni.y.-Passed he House of Drugs and Medicines, ten the patrons Cotton growing re- Madison County, as Administrator of the estate of of the nose, the other directions in the various treatment -
generally, t throughout I
$4 I .. it may appear perwms with Ililioim orany'ordiajiy Representatives by the Constitutional majority, January PERFUMERY AND CONFECTIONARY, gion tbat they; ate prepared supply any numberof James .Albritton c.1e a.cdanJ ask for'a discharge of Chronic Diseases, has proved better than any

-f Fever, are enaMeto j p erforin llnirIar accu..toI1l 3. 1853. Passed time Senate by the Cont>titu- At the Sign of the Mortar, their celebrated' PREMIUM GINS. I from said Administration.WILLIAM( thing I have ever met with in my 25 years investigation

.,, t or on the following after the attack, thus )lacing tioual majority, January C, 1853.: Where I these Gins have been once used, it would T. ALBRITTON. Adm'r.Madison and practice.
: this Monroe Street Tallahassee Florida. Ii U 53. 7 Cm T. A.HOBBS M.D.
.j_ comjiletely curl I.r llt'Clicilie'itMA twenty be deemed unnecessary (or the Manulacttirerstosay County, February Yours, Respectfully. ,

; : 4. four hour It can t be edby all without: regard to OFFICE or SFCHF.TARV( STAIr D.
j 1 age. during fever or intX'nnisMon. Capitol, Tallatiafter, March 28, 1 :: }f fI chines have been brought to such perfection, that MONROE HOUSE Dr. Henderson, the medicine prepared for my

I L The exdmive right to the Bale of this medicine in CHARI.RS W. DOWMXG, Secretary of State: for PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY (Iheir superior performance will recommend them, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. mother iu lp*. Mrs.Htndricks, foi Cancer in the brw* '

the counties of Wakulla, Leon, Cad; lell, Jackson, the State of Florida, do hereby certify the forgoing HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT, in preference (to all oilier Gins now in use lot (the P. MOORE informs the baa succeeded, and I feel no hesitancy in saying to lie
,$l f J fTt'rll.n. Madisou and Hamilton, Florida! has been satisfaction ol those who hve not used the Gins respectfully world I have said to that in fij*
be and of as you marry years
to a true *orrect the original file Stock .
copy ou Capital itELI that lIe has leased: for a term of
transferred to the undersigned to.bum all ordcis 300,000IlE
; ; with tbe
iu I this office. and are unacqa tinted v it h t heir reputat ion,the Pro- rience in the western country and acquainted
a. mutt ba mo-Je from raid counties.Iut.upiu In Whereof I have )hereunto affixed T undersigned, Agent of the above Company, prielors need only say/hat 'the FIRST Premium Ole building on Monroe Street oppo- Scientific Practitioner, you are the very Lest oo
jl5 (I Uittle lit 25 ecnU and ?1 ; or i-ix Ix.l- Testimony rifmHture and tho is prepared! to take ri ks against Fire on buildings have been awarded to them for Ihe BEST GIN exhibited 'ite' the Plurnix block' and) will thoroughly refit it for Chronic Diseases I ever met with or read ifter.
Great Seal the
1 'v.' tlc' t r $5. A liberal discount made to Drtiggibts auc!] Sta'my Florida.! Done at the of in and their contents, on the moot favorable terms. at I Ihe great Stale Fair held at A'.Unla, Qeur- a Public House to be opened the 1st December Yours, Respectfully. J!. B. WEST,M.D.
: e Capitol the iext. All the furniture, of description in this
A. II. every
Pwalerfc WILSON
S of F. H. FLAGG, Agent. gia; also, al the Alabama and Georgia Agricultural NEW OULEAXS LA 7, 1 851.
Tallahassee the
28th Angust
City on Monday, day establishment will be It'll', and it will be furnished
4 Wholesale ai u Retail Drugnkt, Tallahassee, October 25, IS:). 42 and l\I'chanic.sfo'airheltJ at Columbus; and at the in the
of March A. D. and Sir Your medicines and directions
1853 Dear
I.J ,
,, seventyseventhyear comfortably a/ld/ ele.llmttv. The table shall be as :
N el'.rt., Florida.I
of the South Carolina
annual Fair Institute
of the Independence of Uie United States at it is of Ulcers ste., fcc, liave all severally been successfully
this section and ewes
Notice. well supplied as is l\lIIsi1)1e in ,
0 7 For Hal also at the Drug Stores of D. JL Ames Charleston. The Cotton ginned on thtxc Gins received sati-
of America. and I find them entirely
': and of E. IhrnarJ, Jr, Tallahm'*(e. months after dale the undersigned, as Administrator the first 1 Premiums at the exhibition held in his intention in all respect, to provide a convenient by me, than
C. W. DOWNING. Sl and believe better toy
factory system
1 June 18, J853. 24 on the estate of Stephen Saunders, deceased Charlt'sloll.South( Carolina, a no .i every Jo'airw'lere' and comfortable Lou'e of entertainment.TallaLa.see. your
: : Stcretary of Slate. 45 tf with which I have ever come across.
late of Leon County, \\present\\ his final account samples Cotton from I them have been exhibited. Nov. 13,185'2. McFARLIN M.P.
Aprils) 1853. 13 CmCARIvnCHEAL Yours, Respectfully. T. C. ,
Middle Circuit of Florida. and vouchers to the HOIK.ruble Judge of Probate The Proprietors have in their possession numerous -
& OSGOOD'S for Lei Count, and Ohk to IKJ discharged.EPliRAIM certificates from Planter' Cotton Broker, Commission Notice. Any amount of Jmon'mls can be seen bj calling
I 1 Jacob L.Groner, > To Fall Term, 1853. Hy Attach himself in *!
the he flatters possess
SAUNDERS AJn Merchants, and Minufaclnrers of Cotton date I shall l final on undersigned,
IX months after present my account .
F vs. V ment. Amnoutitsworntn, :23( DREDGING MACHINE. January 1, 1853. 52 6m Goods, testifying that the performance ol the Gins, S and vouchers to the Honornble Judge of I of a decided knowledge arising from ten years eu'
: I T. 88: flJ
Nickprson J Damages ?4G2 00.rp the West *
undersigned! have been appointed the Agents -- ---- and the sample produced by themcannot be excelled Probate for Jefferson County as Administrator( (in l>e- practice, observation arid experience
$' 't JIKdefrn JL are \\rvbj notified of the commencement of the commend it to Contractors individuals orders* Gins, given either to our my a little puiq and seldom ever uses the kDife, nd
Companies or QUININE, warranted and ort, travellingor Wirt, late of said county deceased and ask for a discharge
3 above luit, and required to apnenr at the next tern who are about doing work of the following description SULPHATE. pure local Agents, forwarded to time Proprietor. by from said Administration. compelled only to a limited extent, remedies souttaM

.. (on M'tfiday. the 17th day or October, A. I). 1853) viz: Oil Block mail will always receive prompt attention. Gins WILLIAM O. GIRARDEAU. instead of irritating.

; frl of the Circuit Court fur Lou county, in the State oFlonJa r Extensive Drainage of Swamps, Marshes and Sugar Purified Chuividinc pepjier. an arttrtc prrpaud from the I will be sent! to any part of the country, and war- Jefferson county, April 23, 185t. 166m REFERENCES.

? ;i ) aud ttlcad to the leclaratiou riled therein.WALKEH& Plantations. / Peruvian lrk.considered nearly equal to iininiue, at; ranted (to give satisfaction. GOT. JOSETH WALKER. Ex-Gov. ISAAC Joffl**

d GWYKN.Atty's Building Levees around Plantations] Towns. about one third the iiricc. JOS. L BUTTON, Agent, Tallahassee. Insolvent Estate Notice. HON. S. W. Dowss. P. Sort, U.S. Senators from-

; for Pkiutifl Opening Channel Way and removing Bars at the A ISO, a general supply of Chemicals of the beat Columbus, Ga Match 20, 1&2. 11 ly Professors STONK, HAKRISO.V, HESTX& of N. O.; Di
June IT. 16r.3.: 23 3m and harbors. STATE OF FLORIDA. t
t mouths of rivers quality. CAUTKIGBT, DOWXEO. and UKCDXXSOK. of N. O.
4j Making Canals. through swamps, marshy or sandy Notice. Jefferson County, ta-wit: J February 19, 1853. 7 ly

Savannah Medical College. ground. Fine Cologne, LuinExtttcts, and an assortment months after date, I shall final ac DANIEL LINGO, Sheriff and cx-ofRcio adminis Metallic Burial Cases.FISH'S .
:' SESSIONS 183-4. Deepening the water around wharves and piers. of Fancy Toilet Articles, at very low prices.Davis' SIX and\ vouchers to the Honorable present my Judge of of the estate cf John N. Partridge, late of
Channel through lakes and rivers saiil deceased has this day filed in the Probate
Keeping OJKUI way Pain Killer Radway.s Rei.Osgood's Probate .JofTerson County
COURSE OF LECTURES IX THIS IN : Ready County, as Administratrix of
I' THE removing rails or sunken logs, tearing up roots ol' India Cholagogue.Rose's office of said county written suggestion that lie
) will commence on the First Monday 01 r Thomas J. Townsend law of said County, deceased, deceased
trees etc. believes the Estate of said John JT. Parti idge, -
celebrated Phwters and other Med .
November and Continue four months.K. Family and ask for a dismission from my Administratorship.
4 To pel'lOldesirous of improving waste lands to be insolvent
| icines.Jayne's
ARNOLD J) Prof of lusthntes and Prac MALSY A Adin'x.
1 this machine be recommended the notice is given to pesrora having
drainage, can as only Medicines & Ac Thereupon
q4 tiec of Medicine c. ,just received by Jefferson County 19
1853. 7 6m
.4 the CASES
and file BURIAL
to same METALLIC
one adapted( to all the purposes ncccpsary.To D. IL AMES. claims against said estate appear PATENT
: fl J. O. HOWARD, 3L D, Prof. Amtomy. those who are building or repairing canals or Jtlly9,1853. 27 tf In Gadsden Circuit Court. with the Judge of Probate fur said county, on or before be had by applying to
M. D Prot Prac
44 W. UULLOCII Priuciples drains, it will bo found of immense value, as it will the 14th day February next. MarchSe, 1853. 12 GIO. DAMON.

tie of Surgery. (, deepen the canal and at tho same time form an embankment Notice to Debtors. Abraham K. ) Spring Term 1853. Attachment T110S.J.CHASE,
P. M. KOLLOCK AL D, Prof.: Obstrelics and Diteas or levee. f". AllisOO'JT.) Debt 11835,00 Judge iif Probate. Win. Iff. TUNNO,
of Women and Children. persons indebted to tho late firm of Miller 4 I John D. )
es Damages 400000.
This machine is used with either horse or Ii ampOnJ' ALL 14, 1853. 19' Om MERCHANT
';-"t C.iW. WEST M. D, Prut Medical Chemistry. which can be increased to extent are requested to call and settle withoil TIU others interested, in the a- FACTOR, AND COMMISSION ,
I E. IL M1RTIN M. D ProC Ph 'lIiolog '. any delay' otherwise tho claims must be in suit to cl stated -
i ) They are now in successful operation iu all parts ol' ; put case are hereby notified of the commencement Insolvent Estate Notice. NO. 5 SOUTHERN WHAKF,
H. I BYRD Medica and Tlierapeuties. .. feet a settlement with the iintate of Jacob Miller.P. of this
M, D, Prot Materu the country, and may be seen at Charleston, S. C., "suit returnable to the Circuit as aforesaid OF FLORIDA, t. Charlettoo. South Carolina.
iu : Navy Yard, Pcnusaoola and on t.La Canal between a BROKAW pf said county, and to appear aud plead to the "
J. B. READ, M. D, Prof. Pathologiad Anatomy and Galveston and San Louis. Surviving Partner. same. A. K. ALLISON Jefferson County, twit: fWILLIAM June II, 1853- 2S-6m
of the
'! Demonntrutor of May e, 1853. 18 3m for Plaintiff. 8. DIJ WmTII. administrator
Anatomy.FEES By application to J. S. Sec For Ole full J ion, Jane Thomas J| Heir laU of said county, FISH.
; i -- course $105 ; Mo tr in at Alabama aud 4, 1853. 22 SIn
( the States of Florida
T'tl-tt $5 Demonstrator of f 10 OiaJumtian or aa Bricklaying, Plastering White- deceased, has this day filed in the I'rohale.office of Noa. 1 and 2 Pickled
; Anatomy, ; to the cost of the machine, .. he
f 30. for Graduation &c. THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO.THE said county a written suggestion that
$ Itrquisites the same u GILBERT 4 SECOR washing, &c IVIa.nd Salmon, at
be insolvent
Pjc fa other Medieal Cotr<.. C. W. WEST, M. D. 149 Broadway, New York. undersfgued offers his services for the above, undersigned, Agent of the above Company, estate of said Thomas J. Heir,.deceased, to GEO.W. SCOTT d CO*

i4 May 14,1853. 19 UN Dean of the Faculty. tT: Drawings of the above machine, and of a ma TIlE is ready to do work with prjinpUtude and 01; receive applications for and make insurance ; notice is inn to all persons having. ,lune4lS3. 22
worked horse reasonable terms. against loss by Fire on Brick anti Frame Buildings
chine on the same principle, by power and file the sam
1 WJrf1 IMI. fA. WiHJn 1r.wGt, to be employed in ditching, draining, and railroad March 19, 1853. II tf A. IL LINDSAY, Furniture, Merchandize, &c. chums with the against Judge sakl of l Probate estate to for appear said ,county, on or before JUST RECEIVED per Wnx R. FetUs,
January 29, 18.3. 4 B. C. LEWIS. ?,
(LATE or BALTIMORK,) cavating, can be weu by applying to J. S. SECOR. Notice. the 14tJJ day of November next.T1.lOS. 100 Bbls Snper-fin Extra Family Flotf>

inform die LIME LIME !!! J. CII ASE
Respectfully of Talla a 20 Hhds. Sides and Shoulder, .
27 Water it Mobile. p.o at
$ : WOULD and its fieiuity that she is now l prcpara Novembers?, 1852. 47 ly, ALL persons creditors legatee, entitled to distri- Crt CASKS fresh Lime, landing and for sale! Judge 6m 1 e. 2 Tea. Sugar Cored Hami -

b to execute with d paUu Ditu-maling, and Milline on or otherwise interested in the Estate o f 1 t JU by McNAUGUT 4 ORMOND. May H. 1853. 1 20 Bbls. Mesa Pork, ,
John B. rage late of Jefierson Korida deceased
: 2. ,yhnallftibrmmnehioi. JOHN B. QALBRAITH County, Newport April 80,1853. 17 35 Whiskey,
notified dalins
to exhihiOheir
: are hereby ant Notice.
1tH.ileooo fourth door south of the Capitol '
3f 1 Xlhd. Choice
I ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, demands within two I from this to tho undersigned
years Freah Spring Goods.
IT $
April 30,1868. mIk months after date,Ih* undersignwl will present 1 B. Beef Tongues, -

Tallahassee, Florida. indebted i or to the the Mme aWl will deceased bo barred are ; onB all to person mat,S BY the bilgs Sampson and Suwannee, we are receiving SIX the Honorable Judge of Probate! Leon Counts 1 Lemon15 *,- *

e I. CAftAWAT SMITH, MAITIM .r. DOBT,. nr- Office near the Post Office. [Oct. L. 40 immediate payment to8AHAH requested a a general assortment of Goods, suitablefor their account* and vouchers as administratrix and Bags of BJo Coffee, -'
the to wit GROCERIES the state of William S. Tbena. ALSO- .
SMITH & DOBY C. THOMAS Spring trade : FLOUR. t mini tntor of -
D. P. HOLLAND WILLIAM C. THOMAS, DRY GOODS, HATS YANKEE NOTIONS.Con deceased andt.kftxa final dia harge from the admu.UtraUon 5_M feat Spanish Se ROWLES.
i ATTOIHWEYSMONTICELLO /AY EA7 Exteutor greu Water. FANCY GOODS. SADDLERY Glass of sail Estate, of which all interest will
: FLORIDA, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Jefferson County, May 14, 1b3.rigH of kit 12w wife. aDd Stone Ware, dc, &&, And will of coursebe take aotioe'RACllEL ,July.2. 1853.OEED ** ; -
: 1 practice in the Middle Circuit of Florida' Qolnrjr Floriii, pleased to serve those who may be in need of anything A. ALDERMAN Adm'xWM. .

WILL, in the Counties Thomas arid Lowndes, i iOoorgia. I TTTILt practice in the Courts of-the Middle Cir DRIED APPLES and Peaches at in their line.lcNA I ALDERMAN. PEAS, ( u I1niI SVw SCOTT 4 Co'$.
VT cult and Jackson. and Krankliu Countieo G EO. W. SCOTT & CO'S. U
May ', 153. 18 October 23, S)2. 42 I tl- June 4, 1653. J2 April I 23,1853. 1& May 14, 1853. 10 6m June J, 1853. -