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 30, 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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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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TOWLE MYERS ][[1 TEIR Wilson A RUST, have just received per General nscIan be left free to pcrfec their institutions an able general. Indeed, not one of his family Pick look down into it, fancy brings it all! ; :
offer to tribute of
ARE now receiving and have on 10 bales cotton oanaburghs' all qualities, -- -- -'-_-_- Europe their strelgthand ever displayed any high capacity for military back a vivid, a startling a the reality m t
tl oir Fall of of their riches ; they will increase for ,
supply 5; bales brown shirting, assorted, science. Nicholas never had a good itself. :
GOODS, to which they would recall S bales 4-4 brown sheetings, [From the.S"tta York Herald.] civilization, and not for slavery. eye judging distancE. Thus,daring the r !

.pccdu1\v! \ the attention Levers of Tobian the public, : 10 ps En :& and 61 brown sheetings, ABDUL MEDJID, first campaign against the Turks, in 1828, An c of Gallantry.-Scott, in one of bit ::
Gold Hunting by
5 is 104 S. I. dn he novels, informs us that Walter
po sought to Raleigh paved
4' .f. E. I). Johnson, NICHOLA earn laurels by the }
"u 2 bales striped osnaburgs! TiE SULTAN OK TiE OTTO3IAN EMPIE.Abdulledjid sureness of his mitary. his way to royal favor, by his man .
J<*h.Johnson, 20 bed tick, assorted, EMPEROR OF ALL TiE RCSSI! eye mater of siege and throwing '
flfflrtVmf', Open Dial Gold Levers.L&Llics 20 pa ps hickory shirting, was born on tho 20th of April Nicholas I, Pawlowisch, Emperor, and fortification. The Russian troops surroun tIe bea.tb the feet of Queen Elizabeth, lest :.

f..'ld Hunting Levers,by Arnold,Davis&Co, Marlboro md was but sixteen of ded the impregnable fortress they .soiled. in a puddle of .
'f .. ., 10 ps stripes plaids, years age Autocrat of all the Russias, is the third son Schoumjp, the shoul crossing
4' Watches of all Cooper & Co., 4 JM apron, checks, assorted, when called to succeed his father, whose of the Emperor Paul and his second wife, key to the Balkan mountains. Nicholas Passing np Broadway yesterday, ?"
Silver ]Hunting Levers, 20 ps blue Rolled Denims Camblcts, death was announced on tho first of July, Mary, (Sophia Dorothy,) of \Vurtembu rg.lIe .- pointed out the spot where the heavy ordnance says the IS. Y. Mirror, a, little accident oc.- !

Silver Hunting Anchors. Lcpincs, and commoifTValchc 20 10 ps rottouadcfi, assorted, 1839, though it is supposed that it occurred was born July 6, 1790;, and was educated was toe posted to open tho fire on cured, which recalled to our mind Sir Wal .i ;:

*, and Marble Mantle Clocks.JEWELRY. 2 ps ps Military duck, some_ days before. The ceremony of installation under the direction of his mother, by the fortress-and the bullets fell half way ter's gallantry. A young and handsome i

2 ps Brown Linen luck, was performed on the 11 1 ih, when he l Gen. Landsdorf, with the assistance of other from the walls. His capacity as commander -;' dressed lady was'tripping along a diapida- f

Fine Gold Chatalain Chains, Bracclcto, fine Cornl, 2 ps Planters Linen, was girded with the sword of Osinan with all i for has never risen above that of directingthe ed sidewalk, while an Irishman, wasno
tutors special of instruction
lYarl. and Gold Dosora Pins Ear Rings., CulT Pins, 6 ps plain brown linen, assorted! the ancient formalities. He is tall and whom departments various manoeuvres of a single regimentof I respecter of person, \a ktiovelling dirt'into I: "'
brown l linen drill, assorted, were the famous I
5 philologist
CulT Buttons, and Finger; Hingo\" ; Gentlcmen'c. Gold ps plain linen formed ; his head is tine and regular; his\.11 among cavalry. The of two regiments the street. She WAS in the act bf { ,
Fob Yoot, ami Guard Chain, Seals, Buckle, and 3 ps omabtirgs, Adeburg, and Councillor Stork, who imp r. mo\'emtnt and Pig
Florida S. L brown p'ortment graceful and noble his auburn } combined too much (tor Iim.- a spade full of m ther earth-Wa .
10 bhiiiing, ; ure >
Keys, Gold Thimbles, Gold Pen and Pencil Cases, ps I I ted to bis pupil the elements of political CCOIKomy. U
'Tooth has, (hId Ptaw, Gold and Silver SpecUcU, ICC: 4'i "eh do Jo do Is always covered by a red callote, similar to The! Grand Duke devoted himself with | During the above mentioned campaign in directly towards her splendid dress and sweet "
Double Silver Silver and Pearl 5 ps Palo Alto S. I do do that the meanest of his .subjects Nicholas the bonnet, when a man and
Kyc'd Spectacles worn by ; peculiar ardor to the military sciences in Turkey, joined army, commanded interpos :: :
Card CMOS, Silver and Inlaid Porte Monaic! Roquet 2 ps 104 blue Alandale sheeting blue soft received the whole f
of and
widths and his eyes are a grayish pene which he by Field Marshal Prince Wittgenstein in, discharge shirt ,
Holders o'ItUII Neache Dm.'ksl't'l't Folios and Bleached Lirtillgs of all prices, qualities. : evinced considerable aptitude, especinlty -
Albums, Flower Papier\ an1,Tea Trays, Girandoles, Parlor t t !!. trating. Hrs habitual costume is the military I in the art of fortification. He also interfering contirnal. as we have been told, bosom. The young lady blushed her grati- ;

and Passage' Lamps; Glol) s and Chimneys, Feather 8 ps! Brown Holland, dress of his empire-a dark colored' tunic, I manifested an early preference for music, and I: with its To this tudt the young man immediately,cut for i;
4 White do buttoned to the neck no warlike interference the unfime'l a back street. He deserves of Sir
Clusters, Table Mats, Pocket Compasses, Snrrears' ps up ; accoutrement far : ly some
progressed so as to a number of unhapp.resuls
Chains Field Houtto Tea aud 11 ps lush Linen, assorted, I sabre his compose Walter Raleigh's fortune. -
one Compass, except a suspended at side, marches first campaign were ( year .good Burke was \ :
20 doz plaid HIM! striped hdkfs, assorted, military are said not to want i nex
Hand IMls. and similar to that which citizen command transferred Field Marshal wrong : the age of chivalry is not
TO) ps Silk pocket llaudkcrdhiefr, [ every may merit. After tho establishment of a general was to gone. ,-
SHARK ANI PLATED 1VARE. 6 ooz gentlemens Su"|>enders a"!'orted, gird in the hour of danger; no golden tm- and when it Diebitsch. The first condition. in accepting -;
Silver Table, Dessert, and Tea Spoons, Butter 6 doz men! white and colored Cotton Gloves, broideries nor dazzling colors upon his habitual I I peace, was hoped that al European it was, that both the Imperial brothers, Nicholas In a smal country church the singing had
Knives and Silver:; Cups Plated Tea Sets, Baskets, 6 ps white Linen Drill assorted, dress. States, restored to a firm !, were and Michael should been led many years by one of the deacons, .. 1
Castors!, Urns, Fruit StantltVttcrs, Butter Dishes) 7 ps black Alapaeca, I I entering upon a normal path, he visited several remain at home, whose voice and musical powers had been i
aud Candle Sticks!, Silver Plated Forks, Table, Des- 2 ps -1-4 Turkey red prints!, The decorations which the Sultan confers foreign countries, and travelled as far as and keep quiet. Nicholas, grown wise by giving out. One

seat and Tea Spoons. (C j ps bleached Cotton Diaper, have the form of a sort of a gold medal, on ,I I England. When a- about the the previous year's experience, acceded to gradually of interest evening, on an m-
man, the
Fine Double Barrelled Gunq. Shot Pouches and 6 tic) tic) Drill, which is engraved his signature, aod the importance I young the demand. The results were known.- clergyman gave out
Powder }'lak." English Caps. Gun Wads Cleaning 4 bird Diaper, assorted.!' which the number i year 1815, he lived in London a one of the the hymn, which was sung even worse than -I r J
ps eye of depends Tho crossed the Balkan took Adrian-
Rods, fine Table Cutlery, with or without Forks, Carvers 1:2! d<>z Damask Table Napkins, upon (Grand: Dukes of Russia. Travelling only army usual-the deacon, of course leading off.- :
fino j p.ck<'t Cutlery of all descriptions fine 1 piece 15-4 Linen Sheeting, and value of the diamonds which surround it I for amusement or improvement, he made ople, and there the treaty, bearing that name, Upon its conclusion, the minister arose and 4lf

Scissors! and Shears, Walking, Canes, Aceordian*, 2 ps Pillow Case Linen, The supreme mark of favor of this kind, the conspicuous figure at Allmack's, in the waltz, I was signed. Diebitsch earned the surname requested Brother- the f "I
Flutes, Violenp Violen Bows, Violen and Guitar 2 do do Cotton. most enviable decoration, is the miniature pore which about that time made its Zabalkanski (the Crosser of the Balkan.) he could repeat hymn fh ;
into the
Strings, Razors, Razor Strops Lubin's Extracts, Cologne -. 12 11 A 12-4 white Mar-ailles Quilt, trait of tho Sultan, surrounded by jewels, and of way I Capital punishment; which was abolished as not conscientiously pray after Jt.such ;{
Lavender Brown Windsor and Yankee Sharing parlors English nobility.On singing.
60 white Mosquito Netting, very composedly
ps gauze by a gold chain women receive in Russia by the Elizabeth with
; Empress
Soaps. October 30, 1852.:> 43: 50; i ps' blue and green (10 do suspended may his return to Russia hp hastened to acquaint "pitched"it to another tune, and it was a- 1,
lOps Bobinet do do this decoration, which tll'war atach. himself withthe condition of his expected the exception of the sentences of court mar gain performed with manifestly little ;i1

Glass, Oils, White Lead, &c. 600 pounds Cotton Yarn, no. from 5 to 12 ed to the Il.f shoulder. Three Christian ladies J inheritance, visiting all the provinces and residing tial, was restored during the reign of the ment upon th'e' first time. The clergymansaid improve- A ; .

-t A A BOXES Window, Glass, assorted sizes.!' ';0 ps Fancy Calicoes possess) it at this moment. One of them, the for some time in their chief On present Czar. All }his good qualities for but
no more with his
JL\J\J 1(II') kcgs Vhite Lead, pure,c tra J barrels Unseed Oil, 10 p" Erench Jaconet do lo the 13th of July, 1817, he espoused Charlotte evi He had finished, and taken the book to give 7:
in .Moldovia in of throne. at first cautious in his
6 Lard Oil, Gents Linen and Lisle Thread Glove?. I present presence young eldest daughter of Frederick William was very out a second hymn, when he was ,
20 packages Fire proof Paint, (fbbli and J bbls.) Ladies, Gents;, Boys and Misses hose of all colours, :j Turk in high office, who had been brought I of Prussia. This lady, who was born movements, and endeavored to surround him by Deacon gravely interrupted and t
Il ,
2 barrels Rectified Whale! Oil, prices and)quantities. up near the person of Abdul ).Medjid. He- July 13th, 1793, at once embraced Greek self with honest men, if po sible. His coun in a voice audible to getting the whole up say .ar'ing
2 .. Train Oil, 1 bbl. Copal Varnish, Gents! and Ladies Merino and Cotton Vests, hold him said: he, inclining himself profound. and took the Alexandra cillors, as it afterwards appeared, were not congregation .
religion, name of I will Mr. :
please make another
Spirits Turpoatine in Iwtrrels! ana at retaiL A e -- ------- --- --- Fc orowna. I It will be for fr
assortment\ of Colors,Brushes,and other)Pointers! prayer impossibl me sing rafter
\\hom not because he is whom he dismissed from t
master revere summarily -
we ,
materials. D. II. A nS. Groceries, The news of the death of Alexander, his such praying !
27 tf powerful, but because be is good Never," their offices"ad sentenced them to be confined J ,
July V, 1853. BAns Coffee brother, which took place December 1, 1825,
Lnsuira: ,
-- ------ -- .10 added he has that heart in the mines of Siberia. .
10 do Java d-> angelic permitteda i I) was the signal for the outbreak of a conspir- n"tsleys Argmen.-I beg leave to pro t.. q
Wines, Syrups, &0. 15 (to Rio do drop of blood to How, either to extend or acy, long projected and widely ramified, I From the day of his first ascending to the I cear, argument ty {: !

O LT Madeira) Port, Old Claret.IVrtSparkling, Jtiie., 10 Boxes No. 1 Soap, to secure his power; the life of others i is so whose leaders were found principally in thei I throne, all his thoughts have been lo intensity prove the inspira'ion of the holy Scrip ,

Sherry, Cider, 2 mJI Crush'd: Sugar, sacred in his eyes, that when it behooves himto I army. The insurrection took place! under I and direct the power which he has inheri. tures. The Bible must be the invention either {dJ;
1 do S. S. Almonds i !
London Porter, Scotch Ale, pass sentence of death, even on a criminal, the of the in the ted. In striving to attain this cruel end, nodifficulty of good men or angels, bad men or
Powder in and imperial :
Kegs! J keg J kegs, very eye devit 'i
Brandy Peaches: Brandy Cherries, fiO Bags of Shot! -all hizos, lie- _tnkec__n! rprl'JO in.,. the-.- _rolirnmput__ _"._n_ of-- -his--anart.- .- ;I great square .bclorc. the.. .'. fami. .but r has been too great to be surmounted or of God. I.puld not be the w

Raspberry Syrup" lrcii"p"Frerti. Lobster", B
Strawberry Lemon 41 Shad. do Madeira: anti l''rt Wine, j inaccessible to all ; there he, in anguish, asks of one of the conspirators, Nicholas was He is the centre and soul of his government, nor would make a book, and tell lies all the f,;

Ginger x": Salmon. S.N.Madeira E.:\and Jamaica and Malaga:\Rum, Wine, I within himself if God can have given him the I enabled to defeat it, and having delivered five I and probably does all that one man's industry time they were writing it, saying, c Thus safth .f

Pine Apple English Mustard, Soda and Butter Ciaekers, power to blot out forever a man from the of the leadeis to the executioner, banished I I can do to advance the social welfareof !: the Lord," when it was their own invention.It .

(Currant rauva Jelly do.Sparkling IVeserved* Quinces Peaches, PepjH-r WorcettU-n-hire Sauce, number of the living." On hU acc(: i"l to'. remainder to the mines of Siberia. Upon his nation, so far as may be compatible : could not be the invention of bad men, or t:

Gelatine Tamarinds, Raspberry! : and Lemon :Syrup, the throne U i became for him in :CI 'j!; hearing tie of his brother's decease, Nicholas I with his general policy, but he will have no devils, for they would not make a book which ,
Cnccia Pepper and Spice.Pine cordancc with the leccbsar., sacrifice aj!I i coadjutor in this work. His primitive ten. commands all forbids i all sinand ;
Flavoring Extract, Spires!, tl took the oath of fidelity to his brother Con- I con-, :
CJI and Ilaitirip _
Apple e .
Yuut Powders, Pickle*. (#"> I.Ininh: l h,rofit&Pil tn dn it "I I If 1 lli.t is th"j ....'_.. -_I. .Il.Z $jl.411PW s1.Ia t** J*A *. AtiMv Ai. tfo* ***, i ta & ,
lIuBtai.l, Ciiuillex'', nml UUTicli, "0'n' "O"'" >'
O"rn Starch, :Saad! Oil, -A1.SO- I !price of the throne, ," said he, laughing, I : tl.tt same. ail his troops. Although tmlp the and refreshing impulse to tho nation; nd to,I therefore draw this conclusion, that the Bible f
Oli\e I, I Caper', and I I upon I awaken its intellect and Tho fit must have been given by divine inspiration. !
A v"ry large and well selected stock of Spring choose to renounce it"I Senators, conforming to the directions of Alexander pweis. I i
Worcestershire Sauc, Coccia.D.. II. AMES. Summer Clothing.: con-iMing; in part of: I The Sultan Abdul Medjid has conducted ', had the sealed packet which I steps were successful ; the saw S new I .-JOHN WESLEV.Mosquitoes r !
30 Bl'k and Col'd! Alapaeca Sack and Frock Oat, opened I light, new era dawning }before it. Nichotlas ;
July 9, IS53.:; 27 tf the Administration; of Turkey upon the policy had been entrusted to them with the injunc. :
12 do Queen's Cloth tit! d<> do do I I i : proclaimed the ( of the law -Mode Rid of than.Mr. .
-- -- -- do D'Ete Frock and Dress Coats.. nf his eminent father. Called, when yet a lion to it intact the Empe- supremacy cetilg
12 Diap! preserve unti i interior of
Garden Seeds. an'! I over his own will, and his star rose and shone traveling
12 do Cas-huvrette do Coats, I child, to the exercise of absolute power in j ror's death, and had found the abdica. China, found the Mosquitoes almost intolerable. cm
RUTA. Etga, Flat Turnip,Cabbage.Beets, tc.:. iu>t 12 do Fnney do Sack C :it-. immense empire, his father bequeathed. to him I lion of Constantino, and the peremptory or. I more brilliantly than before. The last cam- I In the boat there for him. :
,(' D. II.AMES. 50 !Linen' Sack: and Frock Coats of every quality, i the overwhelming bmdon of country weakened I der Alexander Nicholas Empe. paigns with Turkey Poland and Hungary, was no rest J
July 9, H: 3. 27 tf price and size, i i to proclaim proved to him highly successful and lucra-'| He was finally advised to"purchase some mos
,Cotton Sack and Frock Coats of all qualities, by unfortunate wars and undermined bj' :I ror, [the (Grand; Duke hesitated to avail him.t I tive. From these the believed : quito tobacco. The Chinese take some bamboo r.o l
CLOTHING; FOR THE FALL OF pi/eu' anti l prices, i secret intrigues.. His first step on ascending t self of this authorization to assume power, conquests or other substance, the sawings of
in him and lIe believed that his mission get
To2Hli with a general ansortment Puntaltwms.j to the throne was to entirely reorganise theariiiv that such resolution on the part of
I alleging! a some resinous wood, juniper tree or such
Vests. Shiit and Iravirs all of ul.iche \\ill bell model. was to be the conductor of his people
; the best
PURCHASERS OF CLOTHING are iuf.>rme< at the lowe market price. upon European the \\ll j 1113 brother could not be valid if made during into light and civilization. In Persia, Greece, mix it with .some combustibe matter, and ':' V

/ ; the' largest awortmeiii March 12, Ifc53. HEIR ,t RUST. I the utmost liIH.'rlt\(granted: to ; the life of their father. But Constantino, : Austria, and above all, Turkey, cover the stick with nearly its extremity -
clothing (at wholexale only) suitable for the Couu ._ ,, tians privileges :1d imluniti ; he founded had of Alexander'sdeatli Germany
-- --- ---- --- --- --- -- (! who received intelligence ; then hang it up and burn slowly. Tho :
try"W Trade, to l>e f.und in the State Better Late than Never. j|i cchools \\hefl Catholics, (;Iicc-ks, Armenians, several days before his brother, sent a i' his diplomacy has ever been active, and preeminently odor is not The sawdust, i is e'?
and successful. The unpleasant
busiueefi the ONE P1UCE sagacious
Orders promptly on rilled. Au examination (If our I AM happy to inform my customer1 and the! pnVlicCenerallv : : Jews :Musselmen live bide by side, instructed number of Illers" his family, in which he European events of the List few years have sometimes put up in paper and burt'on tho r'
I Sl'RlGSTOCK ;\ ,i each by the ministers of their respective his of the sovereign :j "
Stuck is bolk-ited. that am now receiving lilY ( ; renewed renunciation the influence of the floor. Various species of worm.wood aro

ANFonn & DKOTI i r.n.: OF GOODS.: These G 29 Pait Row (oj'jxfcite the Ahtor HOUM-" ) X. Y. ted with ffreat care by nn txpt-ri'-nctd hand. In eonnection -, of the same religious persuasion ;. and the Nicholas only as Emperor of all the Russias. on mixed with inflammable substance. ,
N. IJ.-WV aithe l Iargei-t! manufactures of OilciClollmig ) with this fact, the price I intend fT<-riiig th -mat I Christians contributed the aid oi their 24th '* him the pillar and groundwork of Autocratic some
in th. country. Rubber Clothing nttho low. ,l'aJliclIlarl,1/; cash, will I trust, be an inducement I I: grateful In a mUifeto published December from t tru Vistula to the Rhine.A ;: The mosquito has an aversion to these substances -
.it market rates. for jnirelubprs to call. My stock, when all received -!i expeiience to all the reforms of the young 1825, Nicholas published an authentic relation government |: and whenever they ,are set on fire, 1'I .

June 25, U53. 25 Sm will coupistof Staple
L'il.nd.-1 Plain and Striped-Owiaburgs, school; they organised his grant's ; they him to(the throne, and the next day received I ': tioduced for our summer USE.-Cm. Gaz.f .
Acres of First the curious discourse said
1120 Rate contains following ,
litl-fl.trouglt Stripr'anII'Jai.l! I exercised his navy. Thus has been realizedby the oath fidelity.t I f r
-| -I OA ACRES OF LAND FOR;SALE, mtuJL Mauch.'"(,-ter and (Jla'H>w Stripes' ', ? the son that great saying of the father, I I When tho Emperor ascended the I to have been lately. delivered by an eccentric -I DOG FE XEL.-This weed is lkeljto create -
JLJ present
ated in Leon County, Florida fcix and a Jewel City and Easton do. sensation in the .
baIt miles north of Tallahai-sei' in one-' (If tin: lest 3 4,7.8,4'4,6.4, 12-4 Shirting snd Sheeting wish my subjects to be recognized, tho Mus throne of his brother, he was just in the prime preacher, at Oxford : quite a

neighborhoods in the State. The Land i is first quality Pillow Cave! and 12-4 Linen :Sheetings::; sulman only at the mosque, the Christian only [ of manhood. Nicholas, the son of Paul," I I am not one of your fashionable, fine spoken Some scientific gentlemen are at this timo

for Corn and Cotton brides!! p<">'i.-!>..ing advantages Plain. Striped and Checked Linens, I at the church, the Jew only at the syna- as he is universally called, is of command- I mealy mouthtd pr 8chets-1 tell engaged in investigating its properties. I i is:
(or Stock, Fish and Game over any other)plantation) iu Irish Linens and Linen J-nwus, In his reign taxes have been equalized I ranked the I said to answer the purpose of quinine, ant
agogue. stature and bo among the truth. What ?
Ole Stale.' I i ing may r plain are your pastimes -
am anxious to s-ll and will certainly Bell Brown and Bleached Duck, I do with that drag. It -
and the general prosperity of the country in When the whole Cards and dice and may away expensive
at Cull hands-onu'st Europe. dancing,
a bargain. and tmniinc: ; we wont quarrel Nary do. men fiddling guzzling has other The bruised
about the price. 110UERT H. HALL. Au assortment 4 of Prints and Ginghams, so much advanced, that 5U population is of his body guard is reviewed, consisting ofI I and gulling you be saved by \aluable properties. ..

June 4, 1653.: 22 tf Printed Muslins aud Lawns, annually increased by immigrations of the I sixty thousand of the picked men of the Empire -I dice ? Will all the four knaves give you a leaves applied as a poltice will blister very .

Valuable-Plantation- Emb'd' do. do. subjects of neighboring'States, drawn to the eye of the spectator seeks in vain to I: passport to heaven I No Can you fiddle I quickly. This weed, so abundant in ourcountry ?
For Sale. Emb'd I I
Swiss than
Mublin and Robes. ,may yet create more excitement
Turkey by the comforts of an enlightened find with him birth the ? No !
subccriber offer! for sale his VALUABLE Rich Bareges, :Striped::; and Plain, anyone worthy comparison yourselves a among sheep as a drug and article of commerce. -
THE X1'ATIO, CONTAINING G8O ACRES.It Solid COld Bareges of all eolurs, and White do. and omlarativeI.frlc government. In carEying for figure, for manly beauty, or for majesty I I You will dance yourselves to damnation among ginseng _

is situated twelve miles cast of Tallahassee, 'between Silk Tissues and Organdies, fJst.U of reform called of mien. When he commands, the deep sonorous i the goats You may guzzle wine her FREE MASONS o VIRGINIA.-At the annual

the St. Augustine and Miccosukie roads, and about :Mublin and Cambric, Flouneingo, Tatizirnat, the present Sultan has encountered tones of his voice reverberate among :1 but o'i'l' want a drop of water to cool yourtongue 'i iI communication of (the grand lodge of .

eighteen from Newport, near the present termination Linen Plain, nn.ll.'hren,1 Emb'd, and Edgings Scolloped, from Linen\ Cambric to 4 ifi. wide.llkfn, ,, the most formidable obstacles, both byrebellions the voices of his numerous commanders, like I I herl'afer"l! tho prophets say,II free-masons hel in Richmond, there Wlr. in -
of the Plank Road. A of the
Uod is "first rate" hammock, and greater is well part known as d>. do. and Lace Underslecvi", at home and by ambitious tyrants of I the heavy notes of an organ. Few princes Come gamesters, teach us the long I Virginia, lodges, and 9,81 members. _

oua of the best cotton plantations in Leon County.One .- TulFcta, :Satin::; and Bonnet HiM""III) !, assoi ted.I other countries, who seek to despoil him of have borne a more unblemished moral char odds ?V Tis odds if they do Will martyrscant The lodge receipts for the previous year amount -

hundred and twenty acres are still; uncleared! that .arge assortment of Funs, LadicParasols and Umbrellas rich and valuable territory. Tht reform undertaken acter. A stern lover justice, when not in. and swear and shuffle, and cut with you I I to $32,157,66, Initiations 768, admitted -

cannot be beat. It is well: ':watered and admirably with general assortment of Shoes, Huts, Hafd- by the Sultan Mahmoud, with the terfering with his own pretensions or interests No The martyrs are no shufflers. You by card, 19 Deaths 70. Number of
Iron ic
ware, Crockery, : ,Ac. D. C. WILSON.April ; .
located as regards society, being in one of the! best 9, 1853.! 14 : design of giving unity to the ())tom:1 Empire he has endeavored to enforce its rigid wi be cut down in a way you little expect brothers relit < 89Namber- of widowed -
neighborhood iu the State. It is also in direct line
a and code. relieved 89. Amount for _
pursued with will the Russian his paid
for the Central, or the Savannah Rail Road. A good i -- - - implacable administration according to wi come reapers and his

dwelling house, oat houses, gin house,and screw, are Notice. through tire and blood, has been continuedwih But with all this, ho entertains the most exalted sickles .nd forks, and you will be cut down, relief, 812,22 23; Amount paid for the ed _

"I[jo lh. place, and the plantation U every way ;in good SIX months after date,the undersigned will present singular good fortune by his successors, idea of the sacredness of his own prerogative and bound, and pitched, and housed in hell orphans, 81,7033. _

order, To a purchaMr, time will be given if desired. the Honorable Judge of Probate of Leon County by means quite different..Til mere cxercise and divine right ; is haughty, unscrupulous I will not oil my lips with lies to please Jon INTEREST ox LOANS or MONEY.-In Eng

June t, 1853. 22 W. G. MOSELEY.tf ,their accounts and vouchers as administratrix and of justice, tempered by a touching in his meUs: severe, vindictive, and I will tell you the plain truth. Ammon, and land under Edward VI it was from religious _

administrator of the Estate of William S. Theus goodness, has sufliccd to the Sultan Abdul eager to advance the grandeur of Russia, Mammon, and Moloch are making Bethoronhot motives, forbidden entirely; under Hen VIII
deceased and ask for final from the admin-
a discharge
Middle Circuit of Florida. ist ration of said Estate, of which all interested will Medjid for rallying around his throne all the even at the cost of the lives, the liberties, and for you. Profane wretches I have it was fixed at 10 per cent per annum ; under .

IN LEON CIRCUIT COURT. take notice. diverse races subjected to him, and which a the happiness of his subjects. heard you wrangle and brawl, and tell one Elizabeth, this rate was revive; under

Joseph B.* Batchelor,")1 To Fall Term 1858. Attach. RACHEL A. ALDERMAN. Adm'x little while ago implored tho succor of Eu. Much has been said about the external another before me, Il see you d---d first." James 1. it was reduced to 8per cent rder

F* ( ment in Debt Amount WM. ALDERMAN rope. Reform has been pursued with unwearied personal appearance of Nicholas. He is as But I tell you the wi come, when you Ann, to 5 per At present there are no

Joseph James IL Branch.Branch t JfPHE ( sworn to {1024 Ou. May 14, 1653.: Administrator 19 in right 6m of his wife. ardor. Tho amelioration of the discipline vainglorious of it as any dandy. The glanceof will pray to Beelzebub escape his clutches ; laws fixing cent rate of interest; money like _

Defendant and all others will take _' tho equipment and tho organizationof his large, blue-greenish, crystal like, limpid and what wi be his answer l. I Il see you every other commodity, is left to find its own _

Jthe institution of the above suit by attachment notice of, A. PERRY AMAKER', the army, concession in favor ol the estab eyes, pierces through and through as with d-d first.! level, yet instead of this leading to usurious

aDd are hereby notified to appear and plead to the ATTORHfcY Ishmel of rail roads" and the creation of a the points of two freezing icicles. A cold dealng. it would require to be good security

declaration, according to the rules of the court. AT LAW; were about to place Turkey in a position pang seizes one's whole being on receiving The editor of the New York Picayune is now command 3 1.2 per cent.A .

HUGH ARCHER, Jr.. Clerk. TALLAHASSEE, FLA. to encounter force as well as civiliza their full glare.During .
July 1658. f 7 Sin May 21, 1853.: looking from the window of his sanctum, and of America the other
20 tion. Once entered into the fami.of European his reign the system of secret po specimen Young _

Middle Circuit of Florida. interests, she would \ all was remodelled, and soon became them pens the following in view therefrom: day, overtaking one of his companions, sid _

Wm. M. TUNNO, dangers by the transformation. To prevent lie st perfect the world had ever seen. Thousands In that other yard-which seems the to him, c Bill! Bi! the old man's gone I-

lUuUU Rice LEON CIRCUIT COURT. FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT Lie result, at any price, is tho object of the of agents and spies, clothed with power, I loneliest of them all-ten years ago a terrible daddy is dead Ia he! 'VeI I'm darned _

.., Complainant, J Jo Cha.4o4ob m NO. 5 SOUTHERN WIIAR attack now made upon her. are engaged in its service. No family in the scene was enacted. Two men, merchantsand sorry ; but he'll never lick for lath _

Rice, Jr. Defendent. f for Divorce. Charleston, South Carolina If Turkey get happily through the resent land Tree'from the watchful care of the government partners in the store to which the yard ering the old cat, and shaving,her wit the

crisis will secured to her for emissaries and when the Russian was attached, fought duel with bowie,knives. razor."
ITM. og to the aati.fac ol the Court, byaf. Jane 11, 1858. 28-6m repose b some even
D 1d:rade ADd filed in this cause, that the above I time. Her progress may bo dereldrwd at leis. travels abroad, this surveillance follows They both had married sisters, and one day You bachelors ought to be taxed," said

State OfI1JJfl4: Solomon Rice ir, resides out or the Biscuit and Cracker ure, and reform, carried into all part of her him like a shadow. Though the army of this one of the parties found that the other had a lady to a resolute evader of the-noose mat. _
sets eharcld'j : Jg if or4'red, Thata hearing OP the Machines. administration, will yield tho which is had for been the special dishonored his wife, and death alone could
- country years '
Moodjr, the::: ctu of ComplaInt Octob.r filed,be had OD HA: J.McCOLLUM Biscuit and,Cracker manufacturers Machines of the cele- expected from it That is what the adversa. great object of interest to the government, Nicholas wipe from memory the terrible disgrace.The .- rimonlal agree with you perfectly, madam" was _______

" That t copy or thil Talla".be:ferof published next ia:some Provided newspaper ,. ute throughout the United States, having ]lately: most made in ries Turkey found it their interest, at any perfected the immense machine. Neither guilty and wretched woman was the first the reply, c for bachelorism certainly i a lux.

, months pnoted before th.iu JSJrfthe: space .f three many improvements in their construction and operation cost, to prevent; that is what occasioned the pains nor expense were spared to adopt the victim. Her husband stabbed her to the UT)'."

AT C-AKBIM, Ju dM 8Sd! : or said hearing. some of which have been secured by patent and extraordinary demand to protect populations improvements 'made in military ,science. heart even while she slept and she awoke in fall hurt ?" said
others in of being secured, do world. The c your you
are course hoarier
recommend without parties went with
no need of protection and who they were onlyone
Wherever originated
WAYL they another who had Allen from
ES and others who wish ,
to Bakers to to
BAKER purchase the _
A Iror ,Judge. I machinery consider of the witness, to this yard ; and placing a huge
oopy. for the baking business to examine and canvass (before as the worst calamities any hesitation adopted, and perfected by ski of a two-story house. .
Attest; HeGD Aacuu Ja Cl4't1c purchasing) the merits of the different kinds or.maclimc.a change having for its object to withdraw and experiments of the Czar's ofcera Te hogthead in the centre of the narrow space, top Not in the haste honey 'twas
July J8 J. c ; stopfjin'
27" Zm'Juat ; nnd should their verdict be against us, we them from the government of the Sultan. Emperor is the military had they got into it, and the second handed them that hurt _

Received submit; bat, if favorable, we shall be pleased to re The present attitude of Turkey, dictated by and fifty thousand horse, and fire hundredthousand th knives. The struggle lasted about ten so quick me. ;,., _

ceive their orders at our old place of bw Geu. wisdom and the and minutes The husband was avenged for a pi" wanted sty (or
LARGE Int courage, 8n policy infantry. th I t mae'
A of Ale, Portcr lD/i eJaret H. &J. McCOLLUM. would
WiDe. souls that of the murdered he
Miy 6, 1868.. 19 S. S. 40 EldrHge Street New York. of her allies, will destroy, it is t be hop. Although the Emperor fats devoted a great' ofbothjoined prcee tying akupta ,
KNIGHT. i M y 2J, 1653, 20 3mo rd, present complications and prevent their portion ofhia life to the study of military ex- I, Horrible memory, in't it, (for this dim little. his tail and make":pifl: tie.

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BOTB8JD7 OARR8: I or eireniMtaoeea' abowiog aa ;il that the e'ta'. 1 Rabid Preeioiler in Office." r Protection an obsolete Idea-" August Election, ,;, ." 6S..

'.- 4'j:; DEeiJ2dIyMeBMyreeCourfpZoridiatMariawna. i t held for the eeparate we of I partner, it wili I ribian J.Brown, of Indiana, baa been appoint As a further indication of tbe total abandonmentby Kentucky.-The election in Kentucky wsas.e Con ..fgre. *

.J '.1 b eee i equity .yet io the parts* jI I Office Mart Agent in Indiana, a highly re the Whigs of the principle which formerly distinguished *. and the Legislature.. The whigs have carnvi "*

e.tip &a implied -. II He in a rabid freesoilcr of the rank' the follow frauk both bratcbes of the latter '
.1'I It e' trust laat tbe |' bold i*jtil the jnnpt. fo TALLAHASIEK : It wa this tame Hon. Win. J. Brown who them as a.party, we quote by large majoritin, an .

4 .: WILSOJI. & CLCLARD vi. Lcm. l m HIS which it ..part-based'hare been accomplished, a to the lIon. David Wilmot in 1849, admission from tbe New York Ttmei, among the ablest elected eight out of tbe ten members of Fnngrcis

r J OWH BIOBT, .AND AS E CUT. MAlY that it shall U applied, if necessary, t the pajaxnt hi Congress for the speakenhip of and moat respectable Whig papers in the Northern being' a gain of two or three. J. C. Breckeoridg*

t j TltOMAf, DECEASED' AL. o tbe partnership debt. SATDAY, AUGUST that if elected Speaker, he would consti- : Statea. The Protective policy it here pronounced an democrat, was elected in tka Ashland XKsuiet afUr
PT. 8. At law, the death of he partner, his share of Colum-
tipoa on Territories, 'obsolete iJt.-it I it- dead like the National Bank an animated contest over ex-Gov. Letcher.
In ,
r Equity. 0 a appeal fron Jabo Circuit or interest in the realty held and owned by tbe firm Three i such manner as would be satisfactory to I whij- >
Cwirt tenant Dlar per I dead and-buried. Thus the "Syat an" the This victory it ample satisfaction for losses eI.twbr
-1 is cant by descent upon the heir, and be becomes advance; f 3 60 if paid six friend*"-the freesoilers. Yet the organs hobby- I. >

Motion to docket the route for armt at the in common with the IUvinn partner; and BO, of subscribing; and 4 00,at the end order of tbings" loudly proclaim that no I gallant Clay labored so faithfully to get established, His majority isl30. Linn Boy,late Speaker, it aleo

\ :.i rment term..The. 'Opinion th Or clne.t by at law,tbe widow may dowe assigned her i in such vcrtiftFinent, One Dollar o per square of have been appointed to office by General I is quietly shelved tbe moment death withdraws him re-elected.
: : Taomm.J. J. share or interest ; but both heir and widow wi take 1'. Bullttin.
and husband and fifty Cent fo all subsequent from the field of strife. We quote: J/iuouri.-Two whigs and one democrat so-far are
; ;&; Where th If;sc of a Court is adjourned, after the the same estate the ancestor l)tbee nouncemenU of candidates, Five absurd and ridiculous twaddle,Mr.Brown said have
to been
a in, clothed with the same trust, equity, those Free trade at a bend of Peace.-Mr. Secretary Da- elected to Congress from Missouri
: i
appointed for iu commencement another in advance.
V' it i7&but a prolongation of the term,;to but when day.the who are entitled t the buefci interestwhether t riage b Notices paid not Rg conclusively. His reply jim in the Indiana i I vis. at the banquet on i nday night took ocasion to The denWratic party is to divided bet wee* 'B.non'd ,

"j surviving of which he it the editor. We quote: declare himself warmly in favor of Free Trade. the "antiet" that it is to be'defeated '""-
r" kr is postponed by an adjournment before its comttKMement prLer o crtitor gratis. J35T No certificates of the very obliged j:
.' and in anticipation of the appointed time, Decree rn"n ad bl dmiled tate or legal notices of any Journal gives the appointment of as a meant of preserving peace among tbe nations olhe local elections until the sqnabWe it reconciled. '
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..t C day, the return thereof it adjourned; and Davit for appellant intil the advertising fee is paid. as an evidence that President Pierce is earth. Those whoso recollection of past political Alabama, In
4' a his on freesoilera. Does the contests is especially sharp, probably thought the in- the election wit for Governor .
.c, ; which were appointed done tbe Havkjns for patronage
4 first t or trm, are postponed find t b alto o top respondent n Journal know that Wm. J. Brown on all roduction of such a topic is violation- the proprieties Legislature and members of Congress. FOOT

: th* def-rred time: Therefore, the term adjourned of this Court Svprrme Court.We arc > against the Wilmot Proviso, whilst not of the occasion ; though the cordial applausewith candidates were out for the first office, but Winston

j appointed by It w for the 8d Monday of March, hating SIMO* (A SLAVE) vs. TOE STATE.On Justice Thompson for the heads of eight Northern whigs voted with him ; which his remarks were received, indicated a the regular democratic nominee, has been eed! : '.
: by an order of the February cases determined at tbe recent voted for the Compromise, the fugitive very general concurrence in tbe sentiments expressed. br
t"0 n preceding,, Writ of Error the Circut Court for Escambia
*i' : postponed and adjourned 18t the ) 1th day of t Court Mnnanna These notes" inclusive, whilst but one Northern whig Indeed, w e believe the public generally regard the a large majority. The Legislature is also democratic,

July, the traiw.ript of the t)ooa cause filed on County. at (; of OLio,) voted for all these measures T question of protection as having been settled, and as thus securing the two U. S. Senators to be elected at' Of.
.1 reor The Opinion of the Court was delivered by Sonus, interest to the ;liar,as containing i having taken its place among the obsolete ideas which
the hut named C3J, was due time. think such a reply would silence forev its next session. The Congressional delegation will
1e J. iu belong exclusively to tire past It is not likely againto
general practice, as
Action: importance
d hacks who speak of Mr. Brown as "a stand as at the last session
1 a01 two whigs tad five democrat
constitute of the lines
1. Whether the of is is nottoluntaiy one dividing political -
c'1nfeMio a prieooer or individual par-
Wolerd and J/l A Long for the cares.We ." But will it do sot We shall see. tic Whether the is dead .. Abercrombie .
mot \ is a question for the determination of the will Whig party or not -(a independent, was re-elected 'in

0: Campbell aD Bavkint against ,it Court f and it w error for the Court t refer it to tbe 'earn that the Court whig paper tell its readers that Mr.B. point on which political doctors ditgree-it) i; not the Montgomery District by a very large majority.He .- -
consideration f the Mariaima on the first Monday in likely again to advocate! the adoption of such a Tariff
;0 ( Jury. for the Wilmot Proviso, but that be did was one of the impracticable who signed tbe-
JAVE Gsrm, SUERIFF AXD xx-orncxo 2. Although the inquiry rhoulJ, i inthe first instance eral important cases remaining yet fugitive slave law ? We shall see again as shall protect American labor from the fullest and test with Toombs pro-
; ADMINISTRATOR SEWALL, %-$. TIIOMAORMAN have been restricted tothe question of the iutuCtt -- the freest competition with the labor of the world.- and Stephens of Georgia against the

., SURVIVOR, &C. wlicb cpcrattd upon the pusouer induce confession Savannah and Peasacola whig press are willing to do justice to a That issue has been made and decided over and over nomination of Gen. Scott and refused to support him'

On motion. yet if it ftftei 1 wards appeared that such coufes- The Savannah notwithstanding 1 his pledge to tho freesoil again:-and the pnpnIaPverdict hat been against the But for the fact that be i i. a__ demaixrne______ ___. we u should___ ___
a ton was not voluntary,the Court should have arrested : papers publish framing the Committee on Territories, principle of protection.. It i ill very easy it is true rejoice at his election,for there something' in a man
I The Opinion of the Court wnt delivered by TBOMPox examination, \tithdra\vu the evidence from the tract from a letter of the Engineer to explain the adverse result in each cae. by attributing -
te in the hour of need friend to the
defying under such
a regular
J. jury. now engaged in surveying the it to the fact that other issues intervened,-that party circumstance

t 1. Te 2 | cf the 6th article oftht 3. To render I confewion voluntr and admissible 1 la and Savannah Railroad front the a united whig party, with only one ex the public mind was misled,-and that the contest, which excites admiration lie i i. possessed of great

t the Judges of tbe ( Oon.ttution, a in evidence, the mind of prisoner should at the line of Hamilton County. Mr. .. under tbe black banner of the enemy. therefore, was neither fair nor final But this cannot wealth and a small quantity -brains.Tennestte. .

?' per tt tQ preside in the Supreme Cour time be free to act, uninfluenced by fear or hope.Where .- week with that Mr. Brown's bid to the freeroil memo alter the fact;-for if tbe popular conviction hAd been .-It is thought _that Henry, the 1il. -
toe the hud been arTested uf preseut distinctly in favor of other issues wouldnot
and was prisoner on a charge protection
hle ttrevf temporary special 18 was a most unfortunate in his candidate for Governor elected .h boson dtmocrat .. '.
ad does not t pJ! Court as it at arson, on suspicion merely, and carried to the } a recognoisaoce fur a crossing on the step have been allowed to interfere with its expression. u over ,

4 I ant constituted to Ca,t t authorize a majority i of pruI the trate's office, a large and excited crowd of fag. er. His coming was so" but it has a parallel in Mr. Fillmore's Right or wrong the people of this country have decided and a majority of whig Congretsmen.A t

.. Jatit to hold' a term. tending, from the violence of which the firmness and brief that few of our citizens had the to the Abolition Society of tbe County almost as directly. and we suspect, qui'e as finally Carolina.-Athe and Ruffin. demecra'i, are
2. The 6th sectioaofthe act of January 11 determination of the Magistrate was barely sufficientto ,in favor of unrestricted commerce, as have those of elected their
1861, him 18>8. Mr. F. wanted to go to Congress :n respective DUtricts. R>gf n,whig,U elected -
'4 ty necessary the of three him, and thus situHtwl tbe excited pnpu- ling upon : England. Aud that party will not be wise, in either
impliC.to rrquirrt prottct io the in
for abolition District
teelr. Brown wished Raleigh of
," Judges in every Clle, .bu must Icon the argument remaining without the office, but within the hearing Eitiact (,tom a letter of the Chief to country which shall challenge the verdict and insist consequence ther

and confer together upon the judgment a although of the prisoner, who exhibited marks of great ter- President of the Savannah and and alt o bid for abolition support-a stri upon another trial of the it SUP. being two democrats running. Tbe vote stood Reg'!a,

two being a majority, mav rr"ouo of r and alarm, he,the prisoner was urged by the Magistrate in the two cases. There is this differ Looking at the matter, therefore, from a political whig, 4201 ; Venable. independent democrat 4134;

the Cur judget to confess hs: guilt, saying tn him that ** they were 1 between t'leni. Mr. Fillmore rigidly; point of view Gen. Davis committed no very heinous: ; Lewis. Regular democrat 2453. The democrats h&v*
; 4. k satisfied of his guilt-that he would be put upon hi" I I addrcM you from th" offence against propriety, when he introduced the subject
e' )otio the raoli-n trial and would certainly Lc hung-that if le, had accomplices laeoocbe river, south of the Ocean bis Erie pledges-opposed the admission If of :Free Trade into his speech at the dinner of \ a majority of over 2000 ia the District Shaw is likely -

?' l01lul fo they v o ild be put upon tl eir trill, and not I wla.re'ou mnv -co on Itoinicr'd : the ground of slavcrv. favored abolition in I, Friday, nujbt And in every other respect the refer- | to beat Outlaw whig.

f }*, ad C'aJTbl rotitrtFOJWTTW him, ifhe would turn State's eMdence;" and tbm-up-I E in tle; word(WithlaotKuer. The I t, and did eyervthing which a determine I: elll'e was cleat ly pertilenlThe- very first topic which j

the prisoner confessed his own guilt, but, denied he : the rive a short di-tiiice: ) below i an Exhibition of the Products the Industry of All From the London Times July 20.
0 do bile Brown th
man might n saw >
& SlMPBON VB. GEORGE PtRRV. had any accomplices : That the \ill reach t.I1, Le line "of j i l ; Nations naturally suggests, is that of the freest possible -
IUD crcunl.taul'c' AFFAIRS AT S YRY A.-It is one of the cnfrr.
law of the lead to and! the , At ; on ao appeal from Santa Rosa Circuit case Clncueion largest possible interchange of tunate results of the present condition-tbe Ottoman
Court. confession was not voluntary but "/ .\ fioni the I maha to the line of Florida will I \ and finally like an Lonest, conscientious Commodities, among 1I1 rn. Tbe great London Exhibition empire, that the authority of its officers it hardly sufficient .
I mind of the prisoner by the torture of fear." quite as favorable as was which was the first }had in which all
prove ever iia '
Opinion cf the Ccurt delivered by SCVMES, J. every remaining vestige or rt'l nl-1 : to command respect in its own port, and fLat
In this case, the prisoner's guilt according to the A'atamaha' to tl.lllpalia the tions joined, was due directly to the adoption of the i
frtesotlism I. for the tbe laws of the and the law of uatii
In rdl relations voiinjj fugitive country nt
1. and in all ) are
matters, except as to bill of exception, rested alone on the confession unsupported purt uf the dii>tan.-e is highly : I. Free Trade policy secured by Sir Robert Peel. It under
trmn tlav it regarded by (U law as prc-p'-rty ; by any proof of the circumstances which. sing th latter ri\cr the country i i. with this showing, we ask every candid seemed to grow naturally from it-to be its direct tan's with impuci'y The the very eyes cf the Sul ,
representative hich .
the rule that the principal is not liable directed him and in the of but much ofthc has exhibited and inevitable recurrences took
!suspicion against ; proof lating not rn so as to e two persons most result. And the very general desire
to one agent or employee, for damage occasioned by the corf, the statement of the prisoner as to from the straight line which Las "-Mr. Fillmore or Mr. Brown ? which: Las been shown to imitate that great demonstration place at of Smyrna this extraordinary on the 22d June and., are a striking illcttration of-

I tbe negligence or misconduct of another agent or employee the place where the house was fired, was the Alatatnaha. and to hold similar exhibitions in different dang-rous state
is not applicable t slaves. witnesses. eoutradicte .The distance, from Savannah indicates thing The law was successively broken by every
two to Mr. countries
by i Hughs member of Congress from a growing tendency, on the part
in this transaction and
Pasha the Governor
:. The contract cf hiring of a elaTe, between theowner WEIGHT, C. J., dissented, on the ground that the da by this survey will prove to be I LiDgtbn of the people of those cotntries towards greater freedom party ;
Comity District in New York, of the
was city, was not only of
and the hirer, constitutes a bailment of the incapable putting "
confession wa ,'(.lulltar'-. It 'ill l be a novel and interesting of commercial intercourse. Nations no longer repel ,
slave, and tbe hirer i bud to take ordinary). care of Judgment reversed and new trial ordered. of the \\"CJrld-a line of thi extent free-souhm: and with securing the large the products of each otfter's labor. They rather I any effectual restraint upon the foreigners in Smyrna
harbor, but bad in the end to suffer for the
mm three of curvature and this of Lie district exclusively) to free&oil- invite the outragesthey
Judgment af rro-d.Canpbtll Ca/1.&,1 for the ILiutif' i in error. degrees interchange I had committed. The facts were briefly alluded
for the General for the State. the Altnl llha. Sandy Hill Herald, a national paper puU And whatever may be thought of Free Trade as a : to by Lord John Russell on Monday evening in the
tor appellant, t .rchtr Attorney "Everj thing". vt far a, this line is I to rest, and fays- que-tion of po'.itical! economy, and in its relations to I House of Commons and we collect from the different
for favorable look. the welfare of particular countries, no one can doubt
Oalin respondentC I account we have received that they occurred in the
__ __ every important P'st Office in the County.
I I that
RICHARD JcGRln', ADMINISTRATOR OF -- n it is the most potent of'all possible agencies for ,
( of no other local in the t I following manner: Martin Krssta was one of the .
A rouo COLLINS "-a. NICHOLAS. H.MITCHELL. DAWCO.V, vs. WILLIAM G. PORTER, JOHN Vessels Between Charleston ,) i is filled with leading patronage and influential Hun gilt preserving; peace among the nations which adept it.- Hungarian fugitives who escaped with Kosauth after

G. Rf AN, ET AL. Some time since we mentioned who supported General Caes-who ever Gen. Davis Rnli the French Minister were clearly right i the capituLition of Villages, and took refuge within
in declaring that the best possible means of prevent th Turkioh frontier. The Porte refused to surrender
At law; o I appeal from Etcambia Circuit In Equity; appeal from the Circuit Court of Franklin tablishment of a line of vessels who will always ever will be stand found by the national to do battle democ in
Court County and Newport was in contemplation jim that ready itself." a- different countries of the earth. The direct tendency I them at Kiutayba till the following year,when} ,

Th opinion of the Court was delivered by THOMPS05 The Opinion of the Court was delivered by THOMPSON '. former city, and we now have the -. may- -present-- of Free Trade is to break down the barriers which I I by putting a somewhat liberal Construction on her
J. J. separate nations-to create for them one common interest with the Court of
'I I flouncing, on the authority of the Foreign News. treaties Vienna she allowed them

1. In ao action against C. aa a surety fo S. in a 1. Where, to secure a lal of money, the borrower day last, that the preliminary vnli of the Steamers Washington and Niag- mutual, and suicide.thus to Jut render in }hostilities among them a to proceed to the United States, upin their premise
nations become
repic tin bond, conditioned for the re-delivery of tbe executed an instrument of writing 'authorizing the proportion as i> nut to return to the Turliuh dominions. That en-
S attached toabidetbe order completed with gentlemen resident \ Yoik from Liverpa 1, have dissipated to mutually dependent upon one another for the products such there broken b'Koasta
property fioJU of the lender upon default in repayment of the borrowed gagement-if really waa-was
Curt money
be pleaded that at the time of, and prior to the t enter upon the premises of the borrower, Keys and Tampa, Florida and that all fears relative to war with Russia. of their industry, will it become iraposMble for them who found means to get back to Smyrna;-

tution of the original suit by attcDment S.the defendant abd take and carry away certain blaves specified class Schooners will run regularly England. A telegraphic despatch from to go her to own war.soil So food If-ng for aa br England could manufacture produce upon as the Turkish government dots not exercise any vigilant -
own people,
therein, and the bond, therein, and tell and of them and fioni I control over the numerous foreigners who frequent -
dispose and the mentioned 20th ult states that the Czar Las ac her
places own goods, anll l within herself the
.dead: Htu, That the matter set up in such the of the wle to the provide raw Uut port. he had remained there unheeded by
Jlrouc pay bimet money'dut,1and October and both proposition of France and England and material, it would he comparatively for her towage
plea de not constitute a sufficient bar the action; returning tho if : leaing ports easy their authorities. The Austrian Consul M. de Weck-
t expenses overplus" any
that C. it estopped by the bond, as by the al buch instrument not a mortgage, IhL a : and 1Mb of each month In ma would be completed when the con- hostilities! agahut= other nations. But now that becker, was more n the alert and on the 22d of Jena

4 judgment io the original suit, tC aver the death of S. power. & ment, the Mercury remarks should be obtained which was said to "he has opened her jiorts to tbe products of other lands be called on the Governor.Ali Pasha, and informed
that her millions workmen look the United -
-now to
thereto. I him that Kossta in the .
prior 1. Ettftppel, by the 2. A power is simply collateral Inl without interest "The business thus opened to way to St Petersburg. States for the Cotton they use. and in part for the IVsha replied was that be place.Ali houJ send for him and

I I. i, .o l l dud party k executing or a;.meie naked, p'ar. _when_ t a stranger. au- Chnrlchton: is of very considerable : news is important Advices are to the grain they consume as well as a market fur the good desire him to leave tbe there therefore
n'.f .i.haTot country; was
... .. .. .. .
the mitrumenttuCYsu et.tefor .uI i. they mnfct, with ,
hy ; i -- count becomes
at tact before: = ; war entirely I
any baa the Tea bad raised
i t nor by r ntc the amount of Cotton shipped from the I"A insurgents the banner of another no refusal on the part of the Tui kuh authority to ooiu-
recited in thing. All the tendencies of the clear-
it power, any cltbatwTr; but powers State has been about : and had translated and extensively circu- age are ply! with the demand of the Austrian Consul t* La a*
and 'flUfl!! ( .{ towards the
S. decrees ly adoption of Free Trade
f as conclude principles.-
Judet. estoppels, given to a person who under the was just. At the same time however the
t. I' only. Tbe ground on which personsstanding creating the or otbef derve ile, a present intumeut or I I Inter I [tst. Marks alone ships nearly (, ] Bible, which had created immense excite There is at this moment no considerable nation in the lit Austrian Consul aud very the tfficsr cvtnmandicg tie
m tbe relation per a portion of which is Sea Island, all seemed to lead the world, which is not rather than I
privity to the litigating t in which is the subject of thepower I I likely to total destruc- relaxing, tightening. Austrian brig of war lTssarohad, rsohed in the mod
ty are bound by the proceedings to which be p. absorbed by New York. This line : tbe bonds of its commercial intercourse with other
it is then a power coupled with : j I Tartar race. They also had possession of na I scandalous aud unjustifiable manner to take the law
it that they are identfed with him in interest HELD, therefore, in the that a interest able our Merchants to compete ti'n. And in this fact we may easily find ground for law into their hands and Koeeta main
py. ; present case, power those of the North for a trade in I I is represented to be in ruins, and the own kidnap by
+ trust, that the world draws that
,. tll identity fond t exist, all alike given or created it a mere naked power, unconnectedwith sensibly near to force. lIe was accordingly attacked iu a coffee house
concluded. heretofore bad no share. The f in a state of anarchy. They were consummation of [
and when
are Wbee, one binds and obliges any interest or estate in the ,the subject pre- great prophecy of hope, by a party of armed boatmen; and after a vigorous
4 himself that the defendant in an attachment suit of the power; and though property upon a coosid era- any, will be compensated by lower march upon Pekin as soon as they received the nations of the earth shall not learn war any more defence. Kossta was seized and carried on hoard the
woud! cause the levied which is 2 per cent between St. but strive by all possible means to advance the common I
property and ion and reinforcement
+ upon replevined therefore irrevocable by tbe grantor in his from the South. brig. This occurrence natural! created a great sensation -
;: by the said bond, to be abide tbe final life time, that it revoked his and but It between tbe same happiness and well-l:ing of the human race. in this but the Turkish does
crder of the in tbe orcming t yet ,. by death before and a gain in tbe time of at least of the British steamer Hermes town governor not
Cur eid connected Lim. the execution thereof. seem to have interposed aa he ought to have done, to
in both in the receipt of produce from his expedition to the seat of the "
rt the proceedings therein, and made 3. The act of J 30 1838, entitled an act to&mend Southern Athletes. obtain immediate redress for such an outrage on the

him.record cf the judgment conclusive evidence against a act t auar the foreclosure mortgages, better goods. market To the, especially Planters for of Sea where he bad been for the purpose of ex A company of "ground and lofty tumblers," calling sovereignty of the Porte. The American Consul and

l (Tbomp Dig, 876 ch. 5 1.) conwdcred and interpreted neutral position of foreign powers. He themselves the commander of the American corvette-of-war St.
: : has been repeatedly purchased in the Southern Athletes, have reached
4. Wherever the matter of the
J estoppel is apparent to be intended and restrict the the had Louis, which happened to enter tie harbor exerted
"tie face of tbe tecord, advantage may b taken 1 ive force of certain Ilnit-s of therein opera- Charleston.' and sold at a profit. insurgents adopted the Protestant ihs-i city, and propose remaining a week, commencingtheir !, themselves, however, in favor of the prisoner, and endeavored -

t thereof upon demurrer. I. mentioned, and not to extend or enlarge conveyances the effect of ter During the M-tiior a visit member some of time the s-ince performance in a tent on Washington Square I r to obtain his release on the ground of his

: 6. Tbe death of a party defendant pending the suit others. Walker, to Middle and Southern from Smyrna state that the American and this evening. We are not in the habit of puffing such-I having an American passport That fact, however
I and before judgment not'render suchjndgnr.ent Decree affirmed. } j had was not proved. and it U clear that,beyond the clairts
tereiudoe shipa determined to fight, and had clear exhibitions _
peated evidences that the nor of a'ivising people to visit them-we :1
void ) I I
writ ol of Americans had niftF
but upon Davit humanity no more legal
meey for the
appellant were strongly in favor of direct when the British and French Consuls in-
a mention
error o'am .. only the fa t that such shows are advertised I)f to interfere in the matter than the Austrians had to
affirmed.Loig Baltzell and A. Built for respondents. ton, berttoforedi-nied them by and Costa I delivered to the French
Judgment was
I. I to Cone off. and we do this simply because one of the i(I carry the man off. But the violent antipathy which

S ,i rod B< l.'i4q E ler for appellant pri-ing portation.firm Urn his return to the the matter should be arranged at Con company has requested us to give them a notice. It :t has fur some time past been smouldering between

4 Cam bill \V1LOY & CLELAND VP. LUKE LOTT l immediately opened I!.Austria and the United States easily breakout, and
] ( respondertCOJTB.LIM : HIS and took active measures to !(' may be a very good performance for anything we
tbia transr.ctun is of interest it exhibits the
: n some as
nW: RIGHT, AND AS ExELL'TOK OF MARY promises such important results from Smyrna of the 29th ult. in the New know to the contrary or it may be an unmitigated increased readiness of the Americans to
& SMITH vs. FOR. THOMAS commerce of Charleston. The espouse
.' GOLD6)11, DECEASED, ET AL. Gaztltr,
says mrubug. If people have any curiosity on the subject, with ardor this or that party iu the political di&r-
& Co. however, it, in tho first instance, .
In Equity; ; on appeal 1 from the Circuit C.urt for Sri1!!, .( an intfllig'-ut! and useful agitation has. been 'auced by the American there is a week before them in which they can satisfy euces of the Old World.
: At law; tn ai "appesl l from the Circuit Court for .iWju Cllnoty.OJiuion Ha., who Las for bavins placed hcr, .*-lf elo,e to the Austrian Lemsclves. The next day three officers of the Austrian trig

Snt Rot& Ctt delivered by TIIOMPCOH, J. }happily crowuc-d with years lIu(PrIed r6"." and armed her boats, in order to prevent came ou shore, and proceeded to a large coffee-house

The 0] inioucftLc Court was dtlircrcdby St being taken away and convened to Trieste. on the English quay. They were soon attacked with
J. urE w not to be prtsunVd, but must be prr. See tJ.ecnrcJof Mow Wilt era ( has pioteMed against the treatment adopted Fusions and Coalitions.Some great fury by about 15 foreigners mostly Italian refugees -
iC'i; and this: is
A bond ercjuted an,J tiled, on (,obtaining writ of at law.; the genual rule, as well in equity as firm referred tb.\ the Mncniy) as he had placed himself under the pro- of the Why press appear very much shocked and one of the officers, a Baron Von Heckle-
I the United States. His American been stabbed iu the scuffle with
attbmect by die cStl of tbe plaintiff, hi' char 2. Inequity, fraud will bometimee be presumedfrom Also tliec-ird of Mesri.f Wm. M. l found. passport at what they term the ttl'Oa.1itiun"ldween certain ard berg, flung having himself into the sea and was drowned.a poin-Tie

aeer agent aoJ profcssing to bind himself and not. the mature and subject of the bargain itt-elf, be- houses are of established reputation.Pacific -, that the Au'trian Government have dis democrats and free-ioilers in Mossnchuetta. To such consequence of this murderous onslaught might have
i prntpal. is :substantial compliance witb the Ie. ing such as no man, uotunder some delusion, would commend tbe items of
assassin of Baron de Hackcllierg. but the we subjoined intelligence taken been still moae fatal, but fortunately fur the Austrian
quisitions tbe statute; provided the bond also make, on the cue hand and no honest and fair
.9.. b a man of the American conul hns prevented his from the columns of the New York Tribune officers, and to the ho ior of our own countrymen, two
executed by two good snd sufficient sureties. : would accept, on the other; and it w ill be presumed the consul pretends that he is placed under, English merchants were in the ccffee house at tie

BAKta Judge cf the Middle Circuit who sat in the from the cucunietances and condition the parties We copy in another column an i of his government lie id a Hungarian Iu Wisconsin the Whg State Convention having tune, who manfully assisted in their defence with the

argument of this caw, because disqualificationof contracting; and these instances form exceptions t Richmond Enqulnr and an ltZ who has been a hussar. lIe deserted acljum..1vitlout nominating ticket the great mats chairs and tables to be found iu the room. The Turkish
WaiOBT. C. J *
'dissented. general rule. ington Union-the former against went to America ; it has bren proved that tlf liberal, progressive, anti-rum whigs will support Governor, who had neither prevented the return
Judgment re.ene and cause remanded for further 3. Where one greatly indebted, although not actually assassination he the ticket presented by the free-soilers, which i is coni-
never American his seizure
favor of the Pacific Railroad enjoyed of Kossta nor by the Austrian boats crew,
proceedings. insolvent, with the avowed ( tin! of removing It was remarked (that ut the moment of >osed of competent, upright, liberal advocates of the was equally unable to punish this crime and these
Havkini from the makes tale of his publish a well written editorial ;
i for appellants. country, a of Baron .I] Maine law.
t al property Hackelberg, all the Cllnl'lUld. three infractions of the law were soon followed by a
Campbell for respondents. real tyd personal, receiving payment partly) (ah, Mercury' taking a view of the sul exception of those of the United States and u In Ohio peci.illy throughout the northern part fourth. The American coptain of the corvette tit

partly in a debt due by him t the for the advanced by the Union. hoisted their colors half mast high. The of the State a strong tfiideivy to fusion is evincedby Louis resolved without moro ado. to demand the surrender

THOMAS ORHAN, ADMIMSTRATOR OF SIMPso.v residue the promissory id notes and of the vendee, which This question is destined, we was present in person at the ceremony, the great body of the whigs, free toilers and temcrance of Ko*>ta from the Austrian brig. He gar
were subsequently eiollf the democrats the basis of the Maine law.
f property sent ) ou -
some one to them. Austrians four hours to make their minds and
the ,
J. & D. J. DAY
vs. A.\D THE iuto the
sold followed and accompanied the conveyance: discussions of the country Should this fusion be consummated, it will sweep the iu the meanwhile cleared for action. The captains oa

LAND COMPANV.Io HELD, Not t constitute eviriesce of fraud, although) next few years, and it is not, The West Moving. State." both sides behaved with equal spirit, and were quit

Equity; oo an appeal the Circuit Court it appeared that the vendee was the mother-in- at this early day to furnish to it out in Smyrna harbor to wbicl at
sitting franklin twC law of the vendor; and that, owing to subsequent our spirit is being aroused i in the West, Here is a fusion"i for you with a vengeance 1 We ready fight Pasha ; )
the and
i Cunt- the arguments put forth on both whereof the editors who have been much horrified may be supposed public strongly
misconduct of the vendor, the proceeds the sale we hpe will De seen not many hope whig so Consuls however
The The once more
Opinion of the Court delivered by o I objected. inteip v
.' C. J> WaIDT. were lot to his creditors. can foresee in this subject a wedge A large barbecue is to be given at Ma- at the aspect of things in the Bay State will now ed between these belligeraiit, and it was agreed ti?_2

'1' building of a wall the of I 4. Where it appeared that'subsequcntly t the_ sale, democratic party. If the .' the first ot September, on which occasion roar to some purpose. We have little faith in that Kossta should be landed frutu the brig and placed in
I I', Te party by owner a the entreaties of the vendee, who '
lot I upon .unwilling 41 uncertain sound." it is not difficult the custody of the Consul of France, until further orders
him I will be made bead of family who is bid
n right to contribution from te I t be separated from her daughter, and rpon her promise on the subject of Rail a always abusing neighbor could be received respecting him. The matter

t, owner of the adjouiiug, lot, without express agreement to remember her grand children liberally in her ginia democracy iu hostility to the trust soon to see a similar course adopted 1 for things of daily occurrence in bid own bouse hold, then referred to Constantinople, where M. de-

.I'. of tbe parties. will, the vendor yielded to the said solicitations and voice of the l/nou-a sort of Western and Middle Counties. The people but about which he is mysteriously silent Speak out was Bruck made a peremptory .demand for redress, although
Decree affirmed.BaUull .
t promises, abandoned his intention of removing, and resided administration equally clear from this narrative that the
be well informed on the subject to call forth gentlemen. No concealment now that the odor has it would seem
f for appellant. with the vendee, but never assumed any dominIon Which side will win I A'out tI that will seizure of the fugitive bv "Austrians was the firtC
Davit ( respondent or control over the property sold, it was held thatit the Tiilvne put the matter beyond doubt. shifted to yourselves. blow struck in this quarrel However, the Divan
o ago proposed three -
did not constitute such a possession in the vendor in condition to increase the number of its

:. JOHN T. MVRICK vs. BEN D. BATTLE.At from which a secret trust in bin favor would be infer whig platform: the first was free ; Savannah Cornier, remarking on the re F. S. Bartow, Esq., of Savannah baa accepted the enemies was not, and a it submitted to the demands of the Internucio -
1 red,so rnalfce the transaction fraudulent b construction Maine Liquor Law and 3d of Major Putnam immediately appointed -
: At law; on an appeal from the Circuit Cut Co a t law. against the election ol nominated for Congress tendered bins by the Hoi ins es A new governor was eonw2enCe'd
Jaka County. Decree affirmed. Should the democracy divide on the j people, says- yule Convention on the 21st July. His letter of acceptance to Smyrna and an investigation

at j "t The Opinion of the Court was delivered b Sxnnz, Woodward for appellant. tho Wooly Heads," not the Major has a right to enjoy and express appears in the Savannah papers of the 6th into the facts Austria of the and ease the United States the era-

'. ,1 J. hawkins and for it," the question may be carried. opinions upon any and every subject. It jnst It is a well written, high-toned document, felici-- ,- Between nJ of a totally different character. In orduuuy
respondents. however that
Campbell ', his is rithSthoritr
k4 meaning not to be
solicitation and
The act March 14 unless at the ,
1844, changing the rate of interest his bously framed and happily expressed. Although acting circumstances ,
language and that while
con- Government U evident that
docs Turkish
not affect
a contract made before but Mobile and Girard of the
i which became due payable after THOMAS JORDAN vs. HENRY C. PETTES, weakness, he intends liku the publican of old with the Whig party, Mr. Bartow baa yet little American, commander had no right whatever to
a it..pled The Savannah Republican God that he is not like other men." for the of that He pointedly the officer but the of
I j Te rate of iDterNt every contract is be ROBERT A. WARE, ET AL. says use peculiar dogmas party. dictate terms to any foreign ; state

"' by the lw a ei.t the time such t contract ey baa alreadJ been subscribed to of the Courier should revise hit scripture repudiates the exploded principle of protection, things we have described shows that the grossest outrages -
a At law appeal from the Circuit Court for .
'4 was made.Judgment. ; 'rkli 56 miles of the Road from Mobile It was the pharisee, not the publican, who once to prominent a feature in the Whig creed.- had been and could be committed with impuai-
\ County.
: affirmed.jfai and all the ordinary usages of civilized nations
that Savannah and Major's model ty,
( The Opinion of the was delivered by THOMPSON paper urges "Fretdom of commerce," says he, to the utmost apparently suspended Nevertheless, the coer-
r u were
o ap J. tral Sout.b.,V eltern and Muacogee Gallant. Rer. E. limit compatible with the preservation of the arts,'ia don employed by the captain of the St. Louis to til*
A. of
q 1' HaJ/u _ 1. Where a judgment upon a verdict..defectively nies to supply tbe balance n I Eddy, Newark New assuming tbe form of a Providential necessity, and captain of the Ussaro was of the most direct kjjnd.**

.0 ete and the Court afrad on motion, odere i connection complete. the discussion upon t'avery in the Presby claims the high mission of civilizing mankind." Mr. will probably be regarded fcy the Cowt of Yjgcna*
1 DW judget to be Run pro at Buffalo,defended himself from the Bartow's is James L. Seward, Esq. of an act of hostility for which they are entitled ta *

t I Equity: oa appeal from the Circuit Court for latter between the parties t the rer relates The Yellow Fever continues its he bad married a slave holder. It wr competitor abilities and enlargedexperience. mand reparation from President Pferce. In the pnj-
back to the of the first Thomasvilk a gentleman of fine ent state of feelings in the United States toward
County. dat ad t b She never'bad but slave
Fr I regarded and tDt at the Creseut City. Average one and that vat Whichever shall be elected, we have no generally,and Austria in particular it s **
., I t: :1 Tbe Opinion of the Court was Taoxron and t al inuDt I hundred. h, married. He bad no wish to from rope P
it and
JJ delrereb tie; will rectify cure any variance b about one escape doubt that the interests of the District will be well that no such reparation will be given, j
D the original etr of the judgment and the Why i is it that the authorities agl haps likely that the conduct of the officers <* "?

1.Th.widowiacotentiUedtobe.iidowedofreal ecution .lue lesson from the guarded. _ _ _ Louis was dictated quite M much by thi dsSt0make T ,
not learn a
: of Health Norfolk have *
purchased b
estate ,her deceased bub and bis 2. cia. other execution, is taken issued orders political capital for their ow eo rtffl H g.

I I partner with tta pep funds, f pip out on a a./ wit o the time limited by law, element Ha not experience arriving from New Orleans to remain Moa h AO; wo THE Govu."oIUT.-A Washington professional ardour or party pwd"00 ''wSat of

-, u e LAd stock &ow. and which u rot tbe pltma, sue ota epidemic disease follows in the until they can be overhauled. This dispatch sayt-It is rumored that Secretary I gin of these quarrels lies, hofever, JO ftk|J h XajUthpower

th bar.joint claim comes C;io property with of t pep when, out new writ of execution; at any afad with wake of a crnout t If to, why is of course taken in view of the alarming McClelland's visit to New York has reference to an i and deUnafciattoo on the part w old have fired

'T jMurtaer, or a onf. / ; a li"1 provided first b ret made for extensive artificial irrigat the yellow fever in the Cresent City. astounding scheme of glgantio frauds which have just Government brig A resolute the captan goyerncr hSd dIYJ 10

t. I'Althoojbsuch estate Ujooreyed to (be part I I afe etre.en as a meant of washing the city fore Ad.crti Mr calls upon the author been discovered, and are kept a profound secret by kidnap uponaf foreign a person from the lana, iZd be would to thrtat-also

per ,.a.t vest i.tem aitealettaU .tenants i Davis C carrying off the filthy accmulatloni city to enforce quarantine regulations from the Government He cannot well return before Saturday have punished to foreign vessel v> gUjnjDff of a tJakdi
tb of aplnt port
p' 1 vmoc,,e i a ez.aremet Ha1tr. re'pdeDt lific soutct of eo much disease and I cause. night Secretary Cushhbaa returned. en each otherith_ bcstiUoce 113 .ttc




.I- '

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--- = : i-
.- .. -. ._,-- 1Pe .
' T. &be wid* of more aerioua-danger*, and cted to depart. We set them down as LIBttllT COURT VDGE.Or Joly. Ol! mar a uerciful Lord extend a support Notice. D.ll. AM1 $
taLliae ioctJenta aa these are not wholly insignif, fixed opponents, whom of We are authorized to announce J. iog hand to the Pattnftid Family la this their luuet per on -buillg claims;ag m t.tw..Jfctate ol -
upon .
process tad bereavement. FRIEND. ALL --- i.I '. ,
of '
)" Ut .wi they reasoning that hereafter be adopted can WAYLES BAKER a Tb Senti t. ?
may .
udepeiidence of an empire which no long- ,4 ',1 are t ta..pre eftije... duly! .u- HQt.ESALE KETAIL bL&LZ1U1
ciDa1 Middle Judicial Circuit of \ rvqUtl : wjpe AND
( make an in the office of of the .
impression. We
ib4 err
f.itl .D defeDC8. thinkthey Died in.New.Port on the 8th it C; HARRY ARCHER UrcnUcAted wilhiu UiC.timi Pfii sciibedby.h.to; Ui.- DRUGS !: ;. "' ..' ..
It g1iCd : making a wrong application of sound prin. Florida at the opproaching election in October next. infant son of the Rer. Oscar A and the late subscriber, or this noik--will.be plead ra bar'.'and all .r... AND- 'MEDICINES(

Death of Col Bliis. ciples.! Without professing ourselves to be Mrs. Harmtta M.Myers and.ix weeks and six davs. persons indebted to said Estate are requested to make .r Dyestuff .fa'.PeriulDen' Surgical- ImtrumeaU

either peculiarly strict or latitudinous constructionists and requested to Of ucb u the KSagdom of Bea veil.- inraediat payment .' MvBELL, Adai'x.: .
Kzw-OiLEAire August 6. CCT:: We are authorized BellviUeH ltoo Co Fla ls| 1663.52 fcw Window OUM, Paints Spices 8008; '
Aug. '
and with frank admission that Oils Varnishes Patty Maaufaeted
wo-in-law to Gea Taylor died this day a announce Mr. PARKE.EVY as a candidate for Tobacco.
cot Bli we do not to comprehend, with the D'\iYOU HATS.WARNOCK5 and Glass War,. PatentMedicin.sa
profess ColleSf of Leon County" the election Lost -
foria, ydlow fever. The deaths of thiadiJeI" Tax Assessor. and i Fine Socpa. Eve Tooth Pure Wfen Brandt .
at r.K this city the last 24 Lour 12 S. exactness of scientific definition, the meaningof in October next. FASHIONABLE, HATTERS. IN Tallahassee, on the day of the fire a Silver Le and Hair Brushes tut Medictoal purpo**,
in have been '
these terms we '
antagonistic Hunting Watch. thirteen jeweU"witlwut crys Paint Brushes Fancy Articles
authorized and requested to 50. 265 BIl W .J I _
: content to form our opinion on the question OCrWe are ;. G-B01BZ. Ol'I'081T1.sn".uLTS1't i tal. with a gold key and black silk guard. The Cinder Gardeo deeds ,TIDe. ...Havana, Sept.. "j ",
Fever in Kew-Orleani. Mr. JESSE ATKINSON as a candidate for n w'IoJtL" will be reward d.by leaving the same at '
i Yellow upon what we consider the natural,commonsense announce suitably He baa reeen&i, raeeiveU.a large .pd'' ( ....
V. rwK Et Ai s, August mode of construing the constitution the Office of Tax Awewor and Collector of Leon Couzty A .Je..dt, '-"'| 1V J.0og''enjbye4,rtnder. any this office. August 6,' US)3. :n .4 every variety wf articles usually kept by droiatPgnters'and "

.yfloweveruouthe j : lOcrease: .DratLi toj66 :: the mode by which we suppose the intentionof at the election in October next. lengthy aotic tepeey aijt Sueet ay that ,gentlemen Salt-Salt. PLyiILa1wa.od ptu';.

4 diy Toe of which 150 were from'the epidemic.For the constitution is to be most certainly OC7" We are authorized and requested to may ndyuniirtiiecharacter of our productions SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT, m If\len- lishment the irnat a liberal fulL supply terms.,bf-f very thing "neoei.', ", T at4cu:" .: '-. ., ..,

the week ceding July 31, the number of deaths reached. Upon this rule of construction, we announce Mr. LEONARD C. DEMILLY, as a Candi being,e?er maintained. W u aim at perfection. 1000 did rrder. for side by D. LADD.Newport. Orders from-the Country-promptly'filled" aatUfaction -. .\ .

the pjf. WM 880 of which 692 were by yellow fe are satisfied that Congress has exactly the date for the office of Tax Assessor and Collector for Travelling Hats and Caps of every' .description. August, C. 185:. El -' : guaranteed, wUk'tegard' botk to .c anJ .'

n the let August deaths from the same disT same power to appropriate the public revenue i in October next Travelling Bags,Valisen Trunks Uznbre1la Toilet - quality. l'bYliC pracnptiOM carefully com -..-. ,
On the Connty of Leon, at the election ; :
and In the sd 129.j1rG. towards the construction of a railroad to the Brushes, &. To Merchants pounded. ..

tile 119."...The total number of deaths in this city forte Pacific that it has to build fortifications to OO" We are anthorized and requested to May., 1853. 18 4m Before going North for Fall Sullies.I I July r.. 11\3. .2. ,. ... -. ....

\ ,wv have been 1 1 ZO, of which 950 were by protect our Pacific territory from invasion or announce ALLEN IL FELKEL. Esq, as a candidatefor SHALL have on consignment,during the months I Notice vundersigned .

tt !: aggression. We arrive at this conclusion Tax Assessor and Collector of Leon County. at the ""M. M. LAWTON & CO. of October, Nveiber.and December next direct will attend to the collection of '

.**lloif {fctf. the conviction that election in October next. from a S Jr:iua Manufacturer from 200 to 300 boxen ..I'THE claims at" the Treasury of this State. arising .. .

..Ar/i.S.:1be dvh204: total were number by yellow of deaths ftvrr.fr yesterday. were upon the Pacific will be unsafe,our.and possessions liable to on be ar: We are authorised and requested to Sea Island &U pJand Cotton Factors, &Which...ort._ Will dbrandaand.n tie:_ j i'.flllPll: ;--ManufactnredTOBACCO- ;t"tv",,.v.. 't."n"n.a WHAU atuuiKr; >_' uUAiill i..Ll:.':!_ Call.u,"-f. cs either prompt for Military action m services all eases or in- 'otherwise-which .Ins. serncesmaj.prom- .,. 4 F'
-- -
s' ________ __ wrested from either invasion :Ii 13 Southern wharf be bought in New York Baltimore I
us, by foreign I announce Mr. JOHN M. HILL of Centreville as a o. or aud oo be required. J. P.K. SAVAGE. tt.

\ nan called for England on Satuaday last or by domestic revolution, without the means candidate for the office of Tax Assessor and Collector CHARLESTON S. C. months time, if in qualities of 5 bee anJ upwar 6\\. REFERENCES. q

Bt carries with him oo his mission the unlimited] con of transporting speedily to the Pacific the of Leon County, at the election in October next ,WM. M. LAWTOX R. "\I. WRIGHT BAOOT Samples ,be seen or oeut early in October.D. LADD. James i:. Broome Gov'r, JL.D. & Atfy Cenlr.. M 1t"i

bi be
when the wbole of Europe serve the Union in its full strength. In oth. A Mixture of Good Things. I HoilLV.SuclL .: .
iotereftting period the
into It this PIIENS announce him as a candidate f r officeof ALTERS & WALKER, July SO. 1853. 31) '

ii at it were on the verge of a volcano. er words, we regard the Pacific railroad as I Solicitor for the Middle Circuit at the Election in JUST landing per Schooner ElizabethI I 1
Factors and
for our defence as a government Cotton General Com Bbls. Hnam Smith's ALL persons indebted to the estate of WilUam ,
necessary I October. mission Merchants. 25 hIt. qr. and kits fresh No. 1 Mackerel a. wh> have not rei wed their notes or""the- :: : i\4
Haval Stores. and that the of the to .
power government provide Boxes Lornon Syrup a1l4 NI\\- ou, August 6. lor its defence in this mode is as clear I (:7::: The friends of W. S. DILWORTH, 100 doz London Porter sad Al", are renewed before the 20Lh of September next soil 11

Spirit Turpentine. 44 i @ 46 cenU; common Rosin. and certain as it is to provide for the erection -;I'' Efeq. of Jefferson County announce him as a candidate Agents for the Pioneer Line of Packets between 20 qr. boxes ai"ine. 20 do. Sp and Adm Candles, t wlll'b instituted,npoa tliem. .. *'. .,- .It a't ',

U, Tw t4.00 White Rosin, I of fortifications to protect the city for the office of Solicitor for the Middle 'Circ Jt cuAtLHrtrojr AXD MTW-PORT. 26 hzs a'd brands Manufactured Tobacco. BOLLiyG.BAKER. f -.... + ':
\ tU5 per 280 ; ; I 01'1 Old Attorney Adinr. Poei.&tafaJuly !
San Francisco.The at the approaching election in October next Boy & Co's Wharf -ngabcla,0tard BrunJy Madeira and for if 4J
J,25 Q U.7i. -, --_.- --- e paigne Wines, Extra Havana Segars which Cb.\m'f SO. 858. SO t20ep"FAIRBANKS' ,_ '.,;'
S constitutionality of the proposition, inI -- CIIARLE.,1'X. S. C. lIeli. D. p t. .

From the Richmond Enquirer. our opinion, is not to b-i worked out upon KT; We are autnoiized and requested to i!' E. WILMOT WALTER. GK
any refined, hair splitting distinctions as to I I: announce 31r. IIALEY T. ULOCKER a candidate R. T. WALKLR.Auc PLATFORM{ SCALES !m-
The Pacific Bail Road. I but it stands fully \ t 13: 1852. Si-lyJustReceived Planters-Take Notice.I t ,
express and implied powers, for the office of Sheriff of Leon-County at the election ___ _. __ ___
We publish below an article from the f J vindicated upon the plain power of self. : in October next, u HAVE jut received from the Factory in Coliim- -- LOOK0W-5VERELTTIaT' F

Washington Union upon a subject which is : defence in obedience tu the obligation to protect RPettep. bus, Geo, a supply of E. T.Taylor k Co's. j: ED-1-- ALWAYS RIGHT, Tm. ACKNOWLEDGED f,

destined to engross very much of public at the several States applied to the equally ;I (CT We are authorised and requested to "HER JL 40 Wm.Hhd4. Sides.and! Shoul Jrra. Very Superior Premium Gins with the Lat ST.\ D.\1m. ; t,

tention ; and probably to elicit a more elaborate !I plain facts that a railroad connexion with the !''announce Mr. JOHN II. RHODES, of Tallahassee Ii' j :C Plain and Sugar; Cur "l Hami, st Impro.ements.PlantpT I Agents New York,FAIRBANKS 4 Co.89 Water st.. :,'

discussion than has been"given to any Pacific is necessary for our common defence, a candidate fcr Sheriff of Leon County at the tlt tiou I' 100 Bbla. Extra and Sujrfine Flour, will do well to call and examine lhe, e I July 16. 1553. 23 2m._ it}

political question for many jears. I and that such connexion cannot be secured in October next 25 Rectified Whiskey, Gins before makinsr engatcements as they can see
I 2 Gin: what kind of machines they are purchasing bef're THEEAZAEDPOWDER
It is unnecessary to say journal without aid from the Government. The con
of federal funds :i er:: We are authorized and requested to i Rum. they receive them. They are warranted to be inferior 1 COMPANY, t
1 it hostile to the appropriation stitution authorizes Congress to raiso re'.e.nuel 25 Mess Pork. to nun.- now in use. for beauty of sample and

for purposes of internal improvement. To ) for the common delence ; it guaranties anaounrc HUGH ARCHER, Jr.. as a candidate fvr 2 J) Reboiled Surup, quantity lint turned out. I' JIANUFACTURERS OF GUN-POWDER. "

concede such a right, to the federal government to every State protection against invasion or Clerk of the Circuit Court of Leon County at the elcc- 2 u Lard Oil, j"e.me a call at the building in Tallahassee next OTlNUE to furnish Gunpowder of sll their wl' i.. ..
2 Rice to the Sentinel Office. brands yit "Kentucky Rifle? Sea 4i : .:
known .
especially in the case of so stupendous insurrection. Armies and navies and forth tinn( iu October next. .
i 2 Boxes Sugar Cured Tongue, J3f AN. on hand a supply of their celebrated Excelsior -[ Shooting," Arcervean Sponing." Indian Rifle" "Electric J
an undertaking as the Pacific Hail Road, :, cations are tho more obvious means by which 10'. Claret. STRAWCUTTERS.Gina : ," Duck Suooting" iu kegs, half and quarter .

would be to give up the principles for which these obligations of the Federal Governmentare 'There is no Other Worm Medicine as Good. _-ALSO delivered to any part o( tie country if desi, kegs and cannL ters of one pound each. Also, a fall .' j.:!

Virginia has contended since the day of the ; to be satisfied ; but it does not follow that :2f" So say: a physician iu sp' akin: of the celebrated 500 Busfcrts Western Corn. red. JOSEPH L DUTTON, Agent. assortment of Powder f..r Blasting and Mining purposes .ti::)

tlder Adams. It would be to authorize a I. they are the only legitimate and constitutional Vermifuge of Dr. M'Laue. The following is For sul? by August 6, 1653. Cl I and fur Export. The reputation of _thir Gun ..
doorto ua extract Jrom hu ccnitic.ite; : I DERRY d t ROWLES. Powder is too well known to require comment. It \
'\tem of ex enditure, and to open the means. California is entitled to the pro. ,
lad F-b. 1850.
I i FI-I.TOX Covvrv. 28. I August 13/1SM. 32 BaggingRope and Twine. con be procured .f the prim.ipal'dea1en"in Tallaha- f'
a extravagance and public spec. tection of the fedeial ann to secure her a- Grntlemnn-I Lave been j I Wall t .
system j: MES-M. KIIID ulation, sufficient to undermine the integrity gainst danger from without and \\ ithin.How .- sing v .ur Dr. M'Liine's SptciSc in my practice arid i -7:iuca on. W with tI-c above article. City. A.;G.. 'HAZARD: ; Preaic. :nt.1-. 'Iij' :

of any government that ever existed. It is this protection to be provided ? Can havt'fitintd no oflitr ir rm wdicinr at od. I I I eXf'rer.ls in flip school of the subscriber will] :BETTON: d t WaiT AKER.Attg'"t I. A. E. DOUGLASS, Secretary. '* ';

would, fix and perpetuate that loose state of f I it be done effectually by stationing large: armies and have Lo'-'ituMX'rt been buun Lev it the fr ,ztn.the Drustriots A- it i i.in 15 R miles
public morals, and that magnificent system and erecting lortiticatiotis on the Pacific L" ..ii>]ort'nnd 12 ti' liocl.'v-Tor, would like to have : 1'53. 32'W.. E-nON EPPES.A : Notice. Wakulla Iron Work. : f.fi:

gambling on public means, which took sodeep coast ? That may be possible ; and so it it Iroui YOU iirect Iles-pectlully! ''1ri. !! I : B
be in full
Situation Wanted. w .k< after date. I shall! to the above Establishment *ill working
apply Judge
administration. It THE
a root in the past be to increase our to':
might possible navy the coining month when orders .4)f"raU
ii> of Probate uf Iliiuilt"ii: fur Utterof Ad- daring .
Children troubled with wo ins. :ro at A LADY (vLo l ha been cncra ed in tacLin f..r Co-Uify
evils If your are ; !
would realize the most enormous eves such extent to her! from ; cf rnrk. in the IRON MACIIINEMAK1I.NG.
as .rts
1; an protect ag- ; mitii-Trati"n, on the estate of Augustm SLaadi, Lite e
once"and get some of that iucoUijmraU Y rILilUe. ZJL the lust twenty-three years,in Virginia. an>fwh. I it
the bitterest and most extravagant I the REPAIRING. FITTING and pt'rnG.t'I4";
abroad but .
predicted by gressions from ; looking at of said County, deceased.
which i ili. ; Las ju t re i;n J a pleasant and protitibl Sch ol. frmH .
denunciators of the policy of internal actual condition of the State, its location on Forsule at all the Dru; Store In Tallahassee, and deire to chhii;c her present location for a more W. A. SIL\ D3. line will b* promptly attecde'I to. Also IRON and : .

improvements by the general government tie seaboard inadequacy of its populationto at oue Agency in every Town i ia the Svuth.August I I. Southern climate: ) would be glad to obtain a situationin I Aiestf._ ,. f C, 15. :;?. :HI FV kinds BRASS done CASTING iu short, of orJer.Coriipeteat all .the coram and usual t
t n -- -- u --- ---
The road proposed is indeed of vast importance invasion its immense disitarice 13, 1b53. ;- -I Fioridal) I up ,
repel a foreign Fresh Groceries. I help f'r sending out to repair and set up' ii \'
.... bht has t.ie"yi chiefly r ctJ.i.,1 l j ia instructing I I .
to the country. It will be more from the militia of the other States: jouiurlalies Engines, and such like work aln ays ou hand. Jt.T
En, lich braiHivs iu Stean-.rr James L. from New Oileaas
in t.c! the : Day
usually Uught
than 2,0)0 miles Ion;;. It will cost 50,000-. 1: and the character of the intervening country, : WE DAILY HEAR of th in"bt atoiihin5 cures I hi.'ht-r class of Fcruale: Summaries, anJ in the Latin I PEn -1O bbs! Stiptrfiiie Fu-ur. I Liberal prices ptdd for old: Iron and Bra."4. ij
the being effected bv that b"T1 at and popular niedHn*. Oue or two Working Boya'takca for a stated time. 3
000 and probably 810OOO,00But 1 we cannot suppt) se that any one would deny II.0." FAKIlEL'S ARABIAN LINIMENT -', and French latucuatj is.1M.T 15; do Extia do to-learn the buS :
Union now contains m-nrly' 1'2,000 miles of that railroad would furnish a more certain :, theironu-ne I t<' lt"v Dr. John Rice or Rev. Mr. Ntil.Address 1 do Lard Oil. I : ;H
and we can truly sa\ from ou; own knowledge I. :I I tW11; Work CasA or accepted order on soms ;
completed rail road; which has cost nearly I and reliable means of protection and that no IIItJi'iucr dipc-ovwed hag performedtho Mr. E.: P. N.\ H, Pt-tersburg, Virgiuia. Fur 2 Tierces Sugar Cured llama, good business concern in either thi place or Tallaha I t
of Dr.Miles Nash.Au 1'J' Kegs Lard.
8500000000. As much more of rail roa,! defence than the standing army, navy and sumo wonderful cure that it ha, both in man and further particulariwjuire 13 1K53.; 32 -ALSO---. : see. There seems no real cause why such work as.U i
of constiueiion Ltft and it i irjuully good f-r b"th. which mak. itso I :urt referred to above should not be done here, excrpt .
is ted and in course Indeed do -t. up
projet fortifications, all combined. we Jacks*>iniile News and Marianna Whig Per Elizabeth from New York ; ..
I : copy
., valuable.! It theref"r hailed by the sufferin from want of prompt Mechanic can set a 't' J
truly i pay.
tvich! will cost as large a sum as that II.MS nil tile circumstances 20 Bl.ls Hiram Smith Flour .
not see howe can give to four tine, and forward bills to Dr. Miles Nuh. 'fa I- : .
(;.nc value on their work,but bo"lV can they on time-rftn- -
cost wlirh i il 1 ndy is completed. 'Ihese their full consideration without being be without thi II11J1c"c I'jHOfBbls do doBERR h for their i Hence the absolute
would ever allow himself: t.) (crti.ru __ __ .___ t ROWLE3. iiing pay important :
Itads ate the creatures h
pioJuct? of.in: dividual l and municipal enterprise :' to the Pacific furnishes the only perfect fortification disease, and iu wondt-rful potency in rtm-riiig pain. I Plantation and Negroes for Sale. -July,-SO,-1-C.3.- : SO before a delivery ot work. When workof this :'sortu ?r";

I to California. Let us not forget, ,I i however hevcie, in a few miiiuUV time. VTi' earneMh -!, ri HE Grove plantation situated on Li.k Jackson. 3 WILLIAM SCOTT, t_ sent ab.ad.if ha" to be pad! forUore'deIitent"'J. w,
Who shall lim'It: Atnrican enterprise bound I dit-ire you to call! uj>-'ti tLe! a y;<.:.t. wh> will fumi-h JL m'.Us from Tallahassee, contains CiO! acres of excellent' 1 whether right or wrong. .- ":;
so ; hilt our federal government is to _ton.! tree *-f charge a H'l.all: b"ok C"iitaiiiiL':: t-J i.I'I laud. Thrtv hut.dred and twenty cleared and ATTTOSMSY AT LAW, -I| All orders must. be addressed (post raid) to ". I ', .
Who bhnll say thut the people who : protect the just rights of every citizen: in any '.rhcr valuaM1! illl'I11Iti..n.!;' a lane liit certificate* under cultuntun. Tue plait! is well w tf'rt'll l by n;v- MONTICELLO, FLA. f M. IL rO -Dd ca ;:: ". ". n.f' t..

have built J'2,000 milch of road cannot buildone quarter of the globe, and to this end may from many "if the rri"'t recp -cta'J.. j'.:r-nis ".f C'Jn-s er failing1 spiings of good water, oue of uhich. is very July :So. :52. SO tljrra I t New Port, June. 1S53. 27 (.jury <..'i.L ; ", ...; ';

thousand miles, without the aid of the : lawfully command the entire military anti fff.-ot.-d bv thi- celt braVd incJicinehkh curtly are valuable f--r lU Mediianal projierties. Will sell v.'iih -- ., '

Federal Government'ho{ shall say that naval: power of the Government, .'o xho, tl4.1. enough to c .iiniiiCP the niont t'otil.ll( of its transcen tin p'H'-C. tht' #l.ick of cattle mule?, horn-s, hntjs and School Teacher's Situation Wanted. m TThY.; .'f : ;
.1i1It virtueVe n tici 1I1.\"er:11! crrUficatrs of rheu- plautati: uter ila. To an approved purchaser aI',. -.-
the individual and corporate resourceshich the obligation to protect, the Stutog attached III11.Ti.m cured afU.-r the patient had futfcred everything twenty or twnlty-fiVe-t.f the X"6"T'It".r particu- .A GF"TI.EYA"ho has'had considerable expert. -!: : D.R. iwis: : ,

lave furnished 8300.000,030() may" not furnish to every square foot of territory of every but death fir live l. twenty \''ars. Al-o ca-M 1.1J 5 apply to n.e ut my rtM.leno.Brl Air, or in Tul-! ri' "tin teaching tli primary branches.of edu-*: ASjast-returnd from New York; ii.* l

850,000,000 or 811)0.000,000) State; and under] this bioad! national nUiirn1 -' of paralytte. or l'u'e 'ftli<- liutbs. wh -re the lahavr. at the aU re Ci 1>. C. Wilsun. 'Mtii"u. is desirous of ubtainiug emp'ovnienf: in a cuun- t. Philadelphia,B-.1ltlm"fe-acd} W 1.h- _ -

The plea of ner Silty, urg.-d In favor of 1 I tion, California can rightly demand elf'-ctual fleeli hal i withered leafing nothing ajijiart-iitlv WM. U. BURROUGHS. trY cfioul. or a5 I.ri\at tutor in a f-mily. Apply mgton..wlth a fine ett of Instruments &
this k for the drivd skin nn'l ,bon. .1.r""IcTill] : ""' li making great WOI nn enterprise this }euiund Teeth and other material with all the improvement V.v
protection. Congress may answer ih.a their FRIENDS: : LOfKii:I UPON TIIIIM: AP. -- -- -- .J :o'>. 1":t. 20 who .J"
iu Dentistry. Those desire his
federal U lid. It under. services would do"well
government, not v< by standing armies, or stationed naval PAL1.K1): whilf |J.h| } piuns pron.iurtd them! IKVONI : Semper Paratus. ---- ill f.c'S1
; to c immediately. as be intends visiting NewPort :
rates the enterpii.i of the country. .Missou i fore, or fortifications, or )by all combined ) ANY HUMAN EFfc'OliT t. relieve. UK i Fresh Supplies. and 'f ion during the month ofJuly.

ri has comntt-ticed the work and will carry it if and exactlythe tinruo t //ifi'-aoiou remedy ku"un f..r bunt* 'pri. : SubMri'jcr? have now on hand TER seliowr Elizabeth from New York, and for Office East of the Post Office. Ii
they are necessary ; upon J2T immediately
I chillt/Liu JL and are daily expecting fresh additions I sale <;f.O.It. SCOTT J CO .'
tingle-handed beyond her bordi-rs. The railroad be resorted woun'lf, brui-e!, ( lIt'urw1pa.; t..othac1. bites it by I, June 2;. 1853. 25Executor's ,.
same principle a may I their and well selected stock .',
oft. Louis has <-f iu'- '!-ts :111,1 1 reptiles, sore thr.t.ore or weak: 4>ys.. to arp Mixed Pickl'1* in one and No. 1 Mackerel, half Bbk. '
tingle city earnestly :
gone to either in combination with of l and Medicines, at their old stai.d -
singly or one ru.*
tumois. sun j pain etc, etc.; and i i" use I with uiib '\ nfl- two Jars Pine Apple Cheese, Notice. -
into! the work, aud already provided for continuing : or all of tho other modes of defence if necesfsary *d suc'ess in most of the ailments of horyt-s and cat. in t uiiwv. Our rt.'ck will C"inprte every artu-li u"- Plain iVkle-j quart iu *>ne and Soda Cracker A LL harm claims and demands

it through half of the great State of far the end to be accomplished. The tle. such a; swt- ny, fare), ppraius, bnii"cs, wound uully'kept in a Hnlg Store and a great many thing* two quart Jars. Iutter: Crackers. -fm. the persons Estate of John S. Shepard, late of against Leon

which} he is the capitol. then to give the aid exists in BtiiT neck and joinU, lanienei swelliiu-, gall or that are not. We have constantly on hind: Medicines Boxes N.. 1 S.ap. Stewart's ( "!Candies County, deceased w crditors. legatees or ;
power proper oflk-ial and! warranted of tile best
-haf-., sore partial blindness! etc. If used iu (>f all kind patent. ,
Texas has Yea Powder Meutard De Mailli
begun the work from another eyes Durkee l *, entitled to distribution will the same
"the Pacific is persons present
i Congress, if a railroad to necessary PahiU ud r intiug Materials, Dental Instru- S.f
llil quality
the! of fUtula. and
point and as if to bhame the doubters of A. iM-jriniiing ix riujbuue 1tvi,1.] Rice Grubbed Sugar, to the und, :ned. Executor of the last will aud te.It-. !
for the common defence and for the it will invariably 8t1 their further prosrrebf. Ilverv: went[Varnwh. Boish fof every variety Perfumery Olive Oil in pint Rottles, Graham Bread i t lament of said John S.Shepard deceased. within tw& :

inerican enterprise, KnglUh bankers 1111.epledged protection of California ; and it is necessary, family should keep this valuable medicine ou hand, from tie. "j.ww. rful Jlusk to the delicate Migno- Pearl Starch Graham flour. f years from the date hereof of .they will be forev r, ., "
n'ette MidJnDfKSiefta. furtiifhed for Planters u' j I
eapiul enoogh to carry the road unless it can be shown that some other : ready fur any emergency. |' Patent Abdominal e. Star C.lUdlc1Cberoot Segars, barred; and all persons indebted to said Estate w U to
past the remote western borders of Texas.- Hair his awl Soll.e[ Hulls SupI Coffee I
FFFG Gunj-owder, Sugar, make immediate
< means of defence and protection may be equally -i I I Trusses .. all of which we offer for sale on pament to
The work is already j in active from L4)CILci1 fur C'wnitfrffits porter ; luJiv. Double refined CrushedSu- RORERT. H O A AfRTPJuly Fy""ntlU"..
progress circumt ------ -- --- --
effectual. We have stated the the moot accommodating tennis and guarantee mir -
two pOints. soon it will be commenced.at !. The public are cautiowd n aint another counter i I South No. White Load tjar. i I 9,1853. 27 8t :
iu J a ces which convince us that the arny. na. feit which has lately made its W. U. Far. goods to be as pood and us cheap a" any house Pure; White La western terminus, and California gold I appearance of New York can f rni-IL To Planters and Physicians -
vy and fortifications are less effectual and rrll's Arabian\ Lmirueiit the most dangerous of all the I lliel.mond City Mill Flour Lard Oil. ; Book Stores .
will be sure to construct it from the Pacific It ,we conceive of no other means, unless we cc'ulltl"rf.il" :Ix-cauEc-his having the name of FarrO'n.1 i we will' make liberal discounts i when purchasuifr attended Hiram Smith Flour, Nails l 4. 6.8.10 and 12d. purchased the entire stock of the hate

as far eastward as California extends. I 'are prepared to rely on securing the benefits many will buy it in go< d faith. without the knowledge i their ) or ftT nyli.S supplies.an-1 all All articles orders enumerated punctually not iu our II.ram Smith Flour, Lf Axel. Pulleys.Barrels HAVING Wm. Wilson
But for the high sources from which that that a counterfeit exi-t, and they will jwrhaps only to i, day will for th supply all those who may favor me with their custom,
ol a railroad through Mexican! territory in line, accompanying orders, \ie purchase m !!
other plea in behalf of its construction by the I diicor their error \hen the hpurious mixture has f J ul."'31), 1S33. SO ,, with book?. Itat(1oary. Ac. of every description on the
Federal Go'ernment-its connexion with water transportation, as a wrought its evil effort. free 0 charge.All -- most reasonable terms. I will keep on hand a constaut -
importance as a j means of a common defence and protectionto The genuine article i manufactured only by H. O.rarrell tlnte1 ia arrears we would urge tw come forward : Plantation and Negroes for Sale. ;; supply of the latest and most popular works.I .
military road-proceeds, the j.ka. would be I and settle by cash, if convenient; if not by not, MAll
of serious our Pacific possessions; but this suggestion soJe inventor and proprietor, and wftulrahdruj accounts ,'illl i.e u-d on the last of this mouth. THE Wirtland plantation is offered for sale.- | intend carrying: on Binding in all iu branches at,
unworthy notice. We lav down could hardly deserve a moment'b consideration ist. No. n Main ntn-.-t, iVf.ria Illinois, to whom open JOHN JORDAN .t t CO. are one hundred and two likely ne r'jes- soon as :I can procure a workman. -

the general proposition, that any such work j i as a permanent; reliance for defence all upplicatioiifi Adelinemust be addretiL He ,| Quincy, Au u*t IS, 13. z: tf tWl'ntthrt'e hundred acres of land more or lees (about i _Aprils. 1853. 13 JOHN McDOUG ALL.
can never be constitutionally constructed by sure you get it with the K-ttm H. (J. before Kam-ll's I; eleven hundred and fifty under cultivation, the -- -- .
the Gen. Government for !:I and protection. Our mind, therefore, reposes thtiH-...H. O. FAKUELL'S-and hiwiniatur*- on the remainder in .,.*) Also twenty-fire mul's, a small University of Louisiana-Medical .
a military SEMINARY.
purpose,1tinles confidently on the conviction that there i isl wrapper. Kohl by D. H. A tr.=. and by regularly ;, MADISON FEMALE toek of cattle ana a g wl stock of h&Y. I r Department. '
the immediate urgencies of actual war no constitutional obstacle in the way of an a- authorized agents throughout thc United :t.'ltCl. THE: Fill Sei"'w opcn on M.>ndny. Auffust 8th. The dwelling and outhouses are good. and! located .

require its use for the transportation of troops, 1'I l propriation by Congress ; and in reaching 1, C2T" Price _'.', ami &n bi-h Pirilan..] ; the negro and plantation buildingsall r:t THE Annual will Course of Lectures MONDAY m this November Depart-
commence on ,
before individual State have I Itime AtENTANTI1) in vLllae and pal and a conr'l hut a-istant. Under the This i is situated the Tallahassee
or enterprise can I eve-y town g'Kxl. property on -
this conclusion, we feel perfectly satisfied that recommend this iantitutiou i 14. and will terminate m the ensuing March.
to construct it. I. hamlet m the United States, in whIch one ia not already management we can confidently and Mouticello road. 3 1-2 miles from the !latter !
I we are standing firmly upon the principles of : established. Address JL G. Farrell above to public} supjiort feeling assured that unqualified where there, churches of various denominations JAMES JONES M. I), Profewor of I'rac ce.
all place, are -
work M. Professor of .
is already in good hands. It is J L. RIDDELL. D. Chemistry.WARREN
constitutional construction laid down by the ai-eompunu.-d with gool reference as lu character reI11".nslblhl satisfaction will be gi.cn.I and excellent societJ..1c. &.r. For further particulars -I '
already the safest and most efficient hands. traightcst sect" of Democracy.Ve I )., .. will be Been that the course of study pursuedi address the undersigned at Waukeeuah P. 0, A. H. CENA3,5L STONK.D.M.Professor DFrofe of**Obstetrics.* of Surgery. '.

It is iu'the band of the people. To turn it I August 13: 18M. 32 4t i embraces the highest branches. Jefferson County. A. J. WEDDEF URN.M. D. Professor of AnatomyGUSTAVUS _
over U> the General Government would be I TIJITION.11E8ESS1ON OF FIVE MONTHS. ROBERT H. GAMBLE -
A.NOTF, 5! D, Professor or.MaUuttMedico.
eve*' as a measure of Economy, in either 1 : \Ve are authorized to announce HENJAMIN MARRIED. I Reading.W' ting.Spe1lin 'and Arithmetic t $10 00 July 3/, 53 30 4t .

lime or'cost, the most deplorable polic,'. Of'' D. WRIGHT as a Candidate for Chief Jus- On Tuesday, the ath jiwt the RL Rev. I' Grammar Geography. History and Composition Notice. THOMAS HUNT, M. D., Professor of Pbytiology and
by $14 00
all the in Bishop in addition to the above Pathology.
ViA.! Federal r8an"aat'on Government would existence be that'of the I tice of the Supreme Court Rutledge, Mr. GEO. II. MEGINNISS to Miss LOUI. Natural Pliiloophy, Astronomy, Chemis- TIlE undersigned proposes to sell his land in Leon CORNELIUS C. BEARD, M. D., ) Demoris'zators of .

went, the most the the least effi- I (KT The friends of Co I. BYRD '. IEAR. SA M, daughter of the late lion. Alfred M.Gatlm all : trv. BoUny. Rbetnricl with the ubove, $16 00 Jefferson Counties. Middle Florida. consisting SAMUEL P. CHOPPIN. M. D. f A..
extravagant, most dilatory of this City.In "Mathematics, Algebra Geometry, with of two large and well improved Plantations of upwards The rooms for dissecting will be open from the
and the most indifferent the impatience SOX of Jacksonville, announce him as a candidate Mental Philosophy, with the above, $1800 of two thousand acres each and having open third Monday in October to the first Monday April.

and convenience of the great public. To I I for the office of Associate Justice of the Supreme the M. E. Church on Thursday evening llthinst French. $ 8 00 and in a biijh state of cultivation in each, upwards ofa The Facufty are Visiting Physicians and Surgeons

leave it to the auspices of the Federal Gov. Court at the next October election. by the Rev. Thomas Gardner, Mr. THEODORE Music (Vocal and Instrumental) $20 00 thousand acres. Both of these Plantations produce of the Chtritv Hospital and attend this Institution
of Piano 8 2 00 fine ff Cotton Corn. tc. The tract in Jefferson from November April. The Students
Use crops to
eminent would be to subject its \ 0:::7" We BALL to Miss MARY EBORN, all of this < accompanythe
very incipi. are authorized and requested to CIty. Oil Painting, $U 00 C.>unty. and lying immediately upon Lake Miccpsu- Prufesao* in their visits, and thus enjoy extraordinary .

cncy to a content, respecting the terminus a announce D. P. 1100UE u a Candidate fur the office In Jacksonville, on the evening of the 4th intf, by Drawing and Painting in Water (Colors $10 00 kie, is'kuown throughout Middfe Florida, as the most practical advantages free of expense. .

northern and Boutbern"controversy, as angry, ,j of Associate Juatica of the Supreme Court at the election the Rev. T. W. Cooper, Mr. THEODORE J. FLOAT- Oruamertal Writing and Needle Work, "- $ 8 00 fertile and productive one in the State. A bargainwill There are about one thousand patient prescribedfor

as dangerous, and as protracted as the great \ in October next. ARD and Miss EUGENIA A. LIVINGSTON,daughter I BOARD OF TRUSTEES. be sold in these plantations, and payments made daily in this HospitaL
easy to a responsible purchaser. For particulars apply The number of p"tient Is near twenty thousand ia
controversy upon free-soil. If the road were Q-::: The friends of the Hon. THOMAS of Col. Jas. Livingston, all of that town.OBITUABY. D. IL MAYS. W. P.ARDI3.MOSELEY.S. to my Agent W. N. Taylor, Tallahassee, or to the Year. THOMAS HUNT. M. D, Dean.
built with public funds and became nation. B. THOMAS, H. Z.
a myself at Bayou Sara, Louisiana."July .- July 80. 1853. 30 tlqoT
al work it would be the means of a thousandand DOUGLAS, (lat Judge ofthe Easn-rn Cireuitj) take ----- -- W. A. BRJSSOS. 'W. L TOOKE :30, '53. 302m D. BARROW. _'

the to ,.L BL 7IXG. ,
liberty announce him Notice
one pretexts for and I u a candidate fur the office --- -

ion upon southern citizens.annoyance It is bad aggres.policy of Awociatc Justice of the Supreme CourL Died, on the 30th of July at the residence of his August 13.18M. 42 4t. .JUST RF.CEIVED.-Per from New Orleans Schooner Chipola and J. IS hereby given that Books of Subscription for Stoek

to treat more national (Or: The friends of LESLIE father Gen Wm. Bailey JOHN BELLAMY, bin Notice. Sidcs. J : Cured Hnm. the Pensacola and Georgia Railroad, will be o-
any any more part. A.THOP.SON. Bacon Stagg Shay's Sugar ,
and until
: whole
J pened. remain stock
taken -
5 *y property between North and South at present one of the Associate Justice* of the oldest son and child having just entered his 28th copartzwrshh. formerly existing under the firm, Shoulder Bacon. Corn. White Bean, Lard in Barrel, at the follow?upon time* and places, viz: ia
ttwt** vealThe deceased has been known to the writer of TilE BELL 4 JOHNSON,was dissolved Lard in K'gs Dried Buffalo Tongues.
Milton. Walton
bolately unavoidable. Supreme Court, announce him to the voters stsle-of At Pensaeola. C.R Ternoo, Mirri-
of Florida thu brief notice from 'almost a child and 28cf the de.-easa of the ALSO, per brig Waciasa from New York, a neat .
u a candidate for Chief Justice of to have on the Jfpril last -by anux Abe's Spring and Apalachkola,on the firafr daS
the State of
at the him -well rtnefV7aWes S Dell!! All persons baring assortment of next
1"011I. know was properly appreciate Mm." Scjior P September ;
tAg election in and Children' Shoes
WcuA October Misses
It is "91tn1 li'uon. approaching next. of those who otherwise I'e naoda urtkirT tui coooeru, are'requellted to present At Quincy on the 1st day ofSeptemoernext;
a isfis He was one never passed for his Ladies Kid dress and walking Shoe,
ab\ sound rule for seftlcment and all persona indebted Tallahassee the 1st day of September next
that At
whenever on
Q& The Friends of the Hon. the same ;
THOMAS : half Gaiters
is intrinsic worth. He Do. Lasting
Congreaa looked to for aid in was plain unassuming and wholly either by note or account are earnestly requested At Newport on the 1st day September next; .
pme. the great Consideration any enter. BALTZELL present hit name to the people of the unsophisticated-one in whose friendship there could to settle the aame.during the ensuing fall and winter Women's Shoes abd Slippers, large sizes I At Mont i cello ou the 1st day of September next;

g to its Conformity should have reo State as a Candidate for Chief Justice of the Supreme be placed the most implicit confidence. In fact, he' The undersigned. continue business at the oldponhirown Do pegged Bootees.Men'lI AL Madison C. Lob the 1st day of S ptemliet.
with constitutional i wu in every sense a true spednitn of the "noblest! account Kip Brwgans
power. Tbereare Court at the Judicial Election in October lien.r work of He had stand u Do. fine Calf Bootees TXAV -
.1' poitij5 and God.'an hou st man. just entered ALLEN JOHNSON, At J.peron the lit day SeptemW next
not a few in number oi. deficient they are The friends of CHARLES II. DU- upon life, with aa fair pecuniary prospect u any JSviMiing Partner Bell k Johnson.Hamihoo Do. Superfine Calf Boots, pump soles.] At fieUviUe 00 the lat d.ofSepber Dfn;

who .Ineet the in ability, his Candidate young man in the State. But alas! just at such time Baslh'le. CA Fl. Aug. IS, 1853. 32 8t OEO. W. SCOTT i CO. WM. KcYEAL B. D. WRIGHT.
PONT announce name as a for the Office .
-ith a AoU outs constituUonX threshold ,a fatal destiny awaited him. He bad been in a preca July !S. HISS. 29 : rn S.M. VBTTE. .GIQ. F. flALT7LT
Those of Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, at the rious and vascillatiog state of health for a considera J. -

Hho bayearijved at this conclusion are acta. election in October next :. ble time, yet it was not until l some two weeks before -: Card. .EKSKDfK. &. GILWOBTH. July SO. l&a. -V, SO [Seuti-L-
W by fijec I COnviCtiOns based his death that hu situation became alarming. Thus C. SMfrfi wfll rMome the ezereitM of her ATTORNEYS At A

1rinciIi1es_ Constitutional. conitrucuTn i' OWe are authorized to announce toe hath the still destroyer in this short pace of IS days M'JSS MOKDAT,''the 6th September lAW, Look at tbis.rOR .
to tak.n from our midst two of brightest A4tnm her thkS to the citiieai of KOf'tWfttO AND QmNCY. '
"hich .they adhere with Hon. A. O. 8EMMES a* a candidate for reelectionto our ornaments nex. JO' SALE. KO Bmhda Seed Pea* dVW rl't
rigid tenacity, and in the subject of this notice and bit Sister "Tbereaa" Tallabaatea fortbeir liberal patroeage heretofore, and Joint Safnuxz, Qohwy-W.S. bro Uonticello. _
I.oat the office of Associate Justice of the i r rec iv. by 8. S. K-"I
which jast .
Supreme !I
of thf ',
can be most amiable and continnanc same. .
y never rmonab a ncoomplubed t. a '.
lady about lpettfu11YIfi ,
ex young July 18J>.. .v v ,
r .0) JuK CO, tn; ;. Court of the State at the. next October election. I -.'O, wfco alto dici: at her liitb r'. icsidcuec ou the. 18thof 'Auz3t 1553. 31 .



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13 NOW PUT UP IN TilE LARGEST SIZED OF SAID STAT, rrIIE undersigned having made still further improvements 0.

.1'.:1 I;; A Bottle and Is acknowledged to be the best SARi Adopted by the sixth fJenertl Assembly. _I_ i determined not to be excelled by sa IS RESPECTFULLY HEAL All ANDJDlMONiC
.- i 5APARILLA made. ** 18 certified by the WONDERJTL $1 any .actory in Georgia iu making fine cotton gins ,\\ \\: ;7' LY OFFERED: to Oil
: J i OCZfit performed the [No. 1.) %* that cannot be excelled in their pvrformauce and du /11 r1d the citizens of Mouti-
bs original of SURE
'IJ : posesinn of the copies .: ACT to alter and amend t the Fourteenth and rability.Hin'factory. .\\\ 1f ? cello amid the State as A CURE FOR CONSUMPTION.
I Re- "
.1.- this 1 the ofllj TRUE and ppetor. Twenty-Third Clauses ofjtbe Third Article and the is in the midst of one of the best cotton a preparation of earnest : -

memb i are Thirtieth and Sixteenth Clauses of the Fifth Article growing regions in the : He intends his gins to :-:.- importance to families THE use of this astounding Liniment LM WQ l{"
ad with
1 '3.; tkle.The leicn wh n tised oooording directions. of the Constitution of this State. show by their performaiK-BB themselves and are :' "z- and destined to.. of Man or How.unparalleled success in ill di* j tla

t SSCTXOX 1. Be it enacted by thr Srnatt and HovenfR.j'r.rarntalive. warranted to perform in the bet raannof with good I .j become identified w ith Fur Jfan. It
; Jt k Will Cure, Without Fall of the Stats of Florida in Gentrat gearing and attention. Gin repairing dune at short .. \\&, the heaJtL and happi- speedily cures Rheumatism 0
BcroMa o r Kings Evil Tumor notice and in the best .' ofPGMAT.CS. Scrofula Burn. Scalds, Tatter,, and '
CanCr* Eruptions Ae>nbly convened That the fourteenth Clause of possible manner. .: lieu : Wens
4) t..J. of the Skin. Erysipelas, Chronic Sore-Eyes. Ringworm the third Artiole of the Constitution of this State beo Orders for Gins thankfully received and promptly Ulcers, Swellings, Risings, Sprains Cuts, D rut '
Sore J1cury.
Throat. Saliration
: or Tetters. head.; Rhejmati'm alteiodand follows attended to. He will deliver them free charge at from,
\i 1 Sad amended as to read as : There This CATHOLICON Sore v
; Pains in the Joints nld the resilience of the his farm I I Month Neuralgia, Piles Ground Itefif q'
purchaser, at boat
1. S're shall be a Secretary of State elected by the qualified or will cure 95 per cent Ear ache deafness
4 ; 1; awl I Ulcers, Swelling of the Glands, voter of this State on the first Monday in October, in landing, or rail road depot when conv"-inVnt. of all chronic diseases it or with by tilling the Ear with it kj
).: : Salt Rue Below are a few ('t'rtitk.tell.lJut of a larpe number L stepping wool or cotton ; Croup, by TBJtT:
Sypih'.P"ptpia the year 1S56, who shall continue in office during the incidental to the re tI I.. breast with the liniment and
.!i tfim of four )'e.lulI; and he shall keep a fair registerof that could be exhibited if ueceuary, from Planters of spectable female, married adndnmsteng'spoonful j
S internally with a little -it is
: ; Low of A Disease undoubted sugar. tIIt4.
petite. the official acte and proceedings of the Governor, ,- vcracty.Tlie or unmarried and the fur
..\ ...; arriving from tlC use of Mercury. and shall, when required, lay the same, and all papers undersigned is a Southern man. born and raised u-iuallv- known under the name of FEMALE COMPLAINTS. Phthisic same Bronchitis way coughs colds, Aithma. Ph

3. Pain in the S and Shoulder minutes ami, vouchers relative thereto before I' in our glorious Georgia, and bits not Northern Of these are PROLAPSCS UTERI,or Falling of Consumption aud Pleurky.a p'

H General l debility, Dropsy Lumbago, Jaund! ce and the General Assembly and shall perform such other man iu his employ. J. 11. WATSON.February of the womb; Furoa ALBUS or Whites ; CHROMU I.vFLAMATIOS 4 or sure C times cure a consumption day and use the a breast small table well 'poooflsl
CnstivenoF duties l he of him 6, 1 M&3. keep anoia"4
4 :' ss may requin-d bylaw : Prov'dfd. AND ULCERATIOS oTHE WOMB; I.NCIDEMTAL with it. Pain ofaiv kind cannot exist after
: .. i. ", t 1 TUEDE%FEMALE MEDICINE KNOWN That the term of office of the SecretRryofState to b. H cMORaiiAGE, or Flooding ; PAIS: TI, Si'rrEEsaED meat has time to produce iU effects. This this-ell'J liQj.

t The peculiar maladies which females arc subject elected U'tder this anu-n-led C.l1Iitit\ltinn.\ shall) not CERTIFICATES. AND Iar.Et.uLAa MEMi! TEVATiox. &c, with all their has completely all! Liniments

.b i commonly produce great t bodily exhaustion accompanied commence until the term of office of the officer now DR. JOHN BULL'SSARSAPARILLA.- I hereby certify that I have had in operation, one accompanying evils (Cancer exceptcd,).DO matter how Pain killers and Extractors triumphed extant OTer ; and is a u4'
elected shall prtptr
expire. of Mr. Watson"* saw pins two and believe them severe or of how long standing'
by a depressed and often gloomy state of mind. year tan used by the Doctors in their A
t V : As the system decline in strength, there is a loss of Sec. 2. Be it 1'111 tJu'r ""'Ictrl. That the twenty- the best gins used in JiKltsden Co., Fla. MANY PROM n ENT PHYSICIANS in the cityIf trial of its virtues practice.of siog!.

: s nervous power, and this very naturally impairs the third Clause of the third Article of the Constitution of IT l tq put op In rail quart bottles,and contains the .tr DKth Nov. 20;, 18::. DAVID L WHITE M. D. ( New York and other places, finding themselves" and value. wl11utLlfy any person $ superiority

t : mind and disturbs the equanimity of this State be 1"0 altered and amended as to read a- of six TIKK M much pure Honilurai Sami i'.rill& any without a remedy in inveterate Cases of the above Furor8 U
nerg oftle follows, '-IZ: A State Tieasun-r and of eimllar preparation in Amirlra. Trice,one dollar ptr bottle, TIl'RKIt COC.VTT On Jaa instantly cures Corks.Scn l.*,
.. Every candid woman who has suffered Comptroller or six botticn for fire dollars. 14. 1S.13. complaints and having due regard for the welfare of Chafe.. Cuts, Wounds. Splints" Spavin,Stifle
j from female complaints! will admit this t be the Public .l'lUnttohnll be el'ctt'tl'y the qualified electors It baa urea a wel"t! .bli.sherl f set, for yean pant, that This is to certify that I have in use on mv plantations their patients have recommended the use of this medine _Sprain fn! of the eye. WLirlbone of any. joint 1lne1 or

mournfuluth.. N.w, to obtain relief, it i is only nec of this State on the first Monday in October in Farraparilla when pun and properly prrparrd, wa th. in linker county two cotton gins, made by Col.J. i. ; and. after witnessing its salutary effects, are Distemper, Sthfixss or Spasm. Lockjaw. Big Shoul.
I to the the year 1856, and every two years thereafter. only true panacea for alt iloniM originating from an 11. WaUoii of Palmyra; Ueu. that perform "in good their not by, resort-
UIUr stop tendency t<) depletion and debili impure i.tate of the blood,the ue of mercury intoxicating now manifesting approbation only der. Big Head. Foot Evil Naval Gall, Snake bits.
ty. 'hil is done br renewing that fountain of health Sic. S Be ilfmtlicr"rnactrd. That I ihc ,thirteenth: drinks, evil hahiu In youth linrrenne, etc.Vr boldly frUle, iu every pal ticular. i..r. to it in their treatment of all thaduenses'for whichit or'the sting of any thing.

and strength, the BLOOD and uo medicine ncconiplishee Clause of I ihe tiff h Article of f I ihe ConK'iuiiiou! of ibis .'ert, that JOHN BCLt-S fLUU) KXT1H.CTOF 3ARSATAKILLA WRIGHT MUIiniEV.LFK is intended but in pome iiutancet accepting the a- DIRECTIONS.-Fur J/an.-First rub wen tlt
I this desirable mult S'a'e: : be t\1I altered and amended as to read as follows 1 It the only preparation before the public that of it to facilinfe its introduction into affected
more with
BO speedily and completeS ki prepared on strictly acirntiflc principles, and of uniform g ney gem part the liniment from 3 to 6 limes a
S Dr. GujRott's Improved Extract o'f Yelkw Dock viz: The Clerk of the Supreme Court and die trench. The 8amapnrilla In purchased without regard COUNTY Ga., Jan. 15. 1853. cut! use by the faculty. day, keeping a woolen cover ofer it. la ulcers to4

and Sareparilla"ldies Clerks of the Courts of Chancery, shall be elected: by to pric and every pound. before bring UMtl. in lubjeet to This i i'i to ct'r\tA' that I have overfeed for Col Win. The influence this eompnf>ition upon the female burn*. use a lint cover. For Salivation rub the

I t of pale complexion and consumptive habits, the qualified! cictc'ors: of this Slate, on the first Monday the stricien being chemical u'.
1 ? and such as are debilitated by those n1ructionl: in Ocuher! jn I ihcyrar ISSfi and every fouryears Bull'a Sariiparill a1w contain" the rlrtur of aemral ninuufucturtrd by CoL J. H. Watin of l'llllllna.wlich -lic-.ite! and feeble! female need have no fears in its use a applied without tLe cover,and i iosaake lilts

t- i which females are liable to, are .reltorpc use tht'rcaflt'rwJ the Clerks of the Circuit Court Other raluable! medlrat roots, together foruiinj the belt informed; to my entire sati-faction. making (-1' any length of time for it contains no mercury, nor give freely internal "

I of a bottle or two, to bloom and t-vigor. btbe ;bull be elected by the qualified 1 electors, iu such compound, and producing the go H 1 toe
Scrofula *nd Canerr cured b.1))r. GwiiiotC,, Ertrat manner as is now or may hereafter be prescribed by Greatest Curative Agent In the known World averaging three baits l verday. W. W. ADAMS. ing made entirely of vegetable extracts, and prepared affected part, without cover.*except in spavin cots e r
Tbil medicine, when o"d according to direction, so as to taste like cordiaL
4 Yrllme ]) law.SKC a pleasant wounds. For Distemper, rub thtf forehead and injt\l
of Irk an
::. ., Sartaparilla. 4. Be it fmt'icr rnactrd That! the hix'eenthClause WILL cent, WITROCT tin.EcrofuU .- BAKER Cry Oa, Jan 18, 1853. The MODI-S OPEaAmD! of this remedy, in the cure into the nostril.Manufactured.

of the fifth Aiticlc of the Coiistitn'ion' \\\M\ or Klng'i Kril, Canwrn, Tumor, Krop'ionl of this class of diseases i is through the general economy I. Henderson
'fhis that I have in by fi.rR.MIXON.
certify use of J. H.WaUon .
of the Skin, try.I,eIM. Ohronie Soro Eye*. ItJDC{ may one
and the )
Stato l 1'C. herel
same no altered 1 and
J Granger county. Tcnn ) is amen.led wonn or Tetter. Seal- lI aol, lUiruuiiupm. > Raw jriri-, with whirli I am well pleased and I of the system, with a peculiar determination to Price 50 cents. f'unnervillr, I.
RrruIIGE as to read as follows: ,'iz: There shall be an Jams in the Honvi the, female I|I
27th 1852. and JoinU, old Sores take 'plffliure in recommending them to planters in organs.: DILL I MARSHALL Fort Gaine Geo, Depot
April ,
Attorney Grnrial for ihe State, who shall reside *, aud I'Wn Swelling of the Glands,
J. T). a SouthWestern Gto.Ii being equal to made in ADDITIONAL PROOF of this Catholicon beingw'inths for the States of Georgia, Alabama and Florida. 1
PARK Esq Cincinnati.. O.-Dear the of !t-'phllin, Dy>" '& Salt Khonni, any
Sir-I neat Government it thall be his
: duty to attend : of the confidence of the afflicted. a.s a SUCCESSFUL. BARNARD. Tallahassee JOHN JORDAN
the /
jflves roe great satisfaction to add mr t : lIi1w..r tho KMn j Lou State. M. C. BALl. ; ,Quroer-;
I favor of" Dr. Extract: of Yellow Dock and all sessions of I he General; Assembly, ami; upon of Appvtlte: ILw.i.s arii- ; SAFE AND CHIP REMEDY will HINDS fe DICKINSON, Baiubridge; ABEL 4GRIFFIN.
Gunolti the} (If act. to di aft and submit to the iuc from tilt UM ofMercury 1 I.
passage any ; found in the wilh observationst'Uching
pamphlet important .
Sarsparilla, t< the numerous and 1 highly re- : pain in DUtE Coi-xTV Ga, Jan. 21.1853.Tli. Apalachicola..TESTIMONIALS.
General the session all
Assembly name neee''a- the
have been benefited b the $ldr andJho.ilJ.I'I' nature and symptom* of the diseases .
uportable peraons ,who the : is to cl'rtitl.at I have overseed) for B. O.
forms proceedings under SUCh laws "lli.h,1111!
ry to which) the
) attention of Ladies and Practitioners
iiedwine.t ,approved, chall be published therewith and he shall O.nerall\ct.ilit1 l KVaton the last three; years past and used! one of J. !i. invited. Union Parish La, Oct. 20. 1850.

t My wife has been suffering, fr the spnce of nearly perform such other lutes as may be prescribed l 1.\ 1)r'p'y, Watunii's 50 saw gins, made at Palmyra, which TIlE pectfulv INGREDIENTS DEA SIR,- I am greatly opposed to giving t. -

five years with Scrofula ond Cancer, which} I tlink law ; he shall be elected! by the qualified cWtr of: Lutnbao, JandkCO4jT.nCU has perf'-rmed to toy entire satisfaction am! i i- durable c.l certified LL VEGETABLE by high me<1i- monials in cures said to be performed by patent medicines .
I founil its origin in th derangements of the system Pore Throat well HEXKY authority.see( pamphlet.)are A but in the of Mr. Boseman who u4
peculiar this S'a'e. on the fint Montiay of October in the Tlrnuehlrlis1 Congbn Cold, -lasting BA1EMAX.LEE and! are not associated with article toIl ; case
t 4 to her sex, whit in the moan time the was un rear 1865* and every four years thereafter but may 't'"n" ..r the Oheit, Pulmonary animal any unfriendly your Nerve aud Bone Liniment on a lung standing!
der tbe care of eminent Physicians in this AtTcrtinnn and all ether bf..ii ''ouryJan. e ecxftomy.ReFERExrEei. cerous sore leg. I in
Vm removed the ( ( the address If ., 18, 1853. am compelled common honesty
by o\'l'r. n ( tw .
t.n.linte In Itu. ., Urrrr : Dunbnr M. D Baltimore Md.
'an.ump q
: ;
p 'section of the country, without dtr\inS any material, thirds of I he two Houses of tho.General Assembly, <'iu'l| :int, Female InvKutaritin and Omplalntc. This is to el'rtiftllt I have overseed for CoL Jo?. .. C. Orrick. M. D. Baltimore, Md P. B. Pecktarn M. to make attestation to the merits suchmn invaluable
t 'aid from their pre6cr ptiQns. "irk and >rrTou Hradarbe, Low Spirit ; medicine. I am the more anxious to do this as the
and shall receive for hi1-services a compensation to l"e Bond the two pant and have used JIM farms .
years on I' Uti- N. Y. U. Y. Foote M. I). Syracuse N. Y.
Niht wraM, Kxpn: nrt> In Ijfe t'hro- a. : ;
: or hnpruJ
Upon the recommendation of Dr. Cockes, one ut fixed! law Pi arid d That the of ..ffi.f Dee four cetion of person was a patient of my own. and, previously to
by : ( air C'onatltullf'ol Vinriuitf ; and in a Pprinfr and inns sixty aws each manufactured by M. II. Milk, M. D., Rochester. N. Y.: L. D. Fleming "*
fur Physicians, who had seen the medicine used with i I lie Attorney General to be elected, umlT tbi amen Summer Drink an.. General Tonic fur the c..! J. IL Wat-4oti of Palmyra which have performed M. D_ Cannndaigua. N. Y. W. W. Reese M. D.. using your justly named "heal all on Li. leg,he Ltd
happy I obtained of here. "Menrs. I and drntle! and PleaMnt ; used all remedies in uch la
"efet Agents System a l'nrj usually adopted cases.
your Ciinstitutufl I'hallnut until to t'lltin.ati"tit'ti..n
lcd the make fine
commence tit. far iiperlor to Illue Lick my ; they a sample, o:: New York ; W. Prescott. M. D. Concord, N. H.
or short
I < one bottle of" Dr. Gnvsott'sExtract ,t of office of the officer elected shall gin fast and durable and last a time after using your linimeut be was perfectly
'{I now expne.j Congress Water, Half, or very arc Pamphlets can be bud gratis at the drug Stores of
of Yellow Dock and \ and
Sarsapat, :md permanently cured. His leg is now as soiuxlaa
01 my : Sr.r. 5. lIe it f'i'thcr enqet'.!, lliat said election &'1Ilftz i'owdrn. JAMES: CHEEK. the
wife found relief from that bottle, I bought some) six I I j I shall be conducted and the returns thereof made in I fallowing Agents.JOHNSON k Monticello ever it was. Y. &c. B. B. WEST*. *.

bottles benefit, which for she I bus lake wit the it most}has astonish-i jtbe manner: u.'I\ prc-crilied.-or \ hHi may hereafter q q q q _q..q, q C' q q 1 MAI-OX, Ga. Jan. 24,16.3.Tbi SAMUEL PULESTON.EPPES do. TO THE PUBLIC.

cured ing her ,{ fche am has ptfR".t..j entirely to co\ered Bay from entiielyt ber '' lie presetil-ed bv law. fur the election! .'f nu-mb In READ READ READ i* to certify that I have in use ujK.n my pll1ntntionl :D. II. AMES. Talbh3 8ee. Farmerville Union Parish. La. March ii, 18$!.

I illness, and Il the Scrofula and ,- cured boundand I (Cuiigre) from tins S ate ; nti.l it shall l toe the duty of The truly wonderful and remarkable cures lh.it bar in Lee and Baker Counties. pix cotton gins of ABEL A GRIFFIN. Apalachicola. To the Editors of the New Orleans Delta :
Cal r hie
well. 1 the Governor'to i,*ue coniini'"i in*. under the seal of some umler our ioimediatr ob'ervation, have more than sixty saws each made by CoL J. H. Wat-on of Pulmvra J. B. MARC-HI J Co.. Proprietors CeLtral Depot, 304 Gentlemen We wish through your valuable journal -

K the Sate, to the ]pc. sons receiving the highest uum hill ronrlnced Fluid UK}: that Doctor of Dull li a GKIAT IIA!.. ant that G;l., with whk-h I aiu well pleased] and ci>n.Mer ]- Broadway New-York. to express to the public voluntarily. our sense of
Accept mv gratitude. pcctfullv.MICH : xtmct Samparilla i il the mo t valuable
A EL GOLDMAN.S ) Ij her tit 'o".* for the vaijioverjl( offices.Sixiii combination of vegetable txtrwLi that the e..i.n..e of them equal to any gins ma>le in Georgia; in every July 2, 1 lbf-3. 26 6ra the value of one of the greatest discoveries of the Ai""iz ,
J I GE ritL A. -r>ini.v.- -ellll\P\ House (.f chemistry has jet produced ill 'uc.. to the Doctor in resjx-t-t I tike pleasure m recommending them to : DR. I. T. HENDERSON'S "-Vertr and lJ01II

I Ht'rorrill'n'atl"1 l J y the C,'" li'ntillnRI niMJfri'y, .lan- hi" new enterprise, .ay .".- ,,it'lllt' Cnuntr. planters South.\r -"tcrn Georgia and Florida., MILES NASH & CO. Liniment Hral all. and Pnltnonic Oil.
51 $ S S 5 nary :. \\Pf>:. Pa"sed the :eiiatc by the Cont-titu- We agre with our neighbor the <'ori''r. that Doctor advocates of the host of
Bull i" a great man. all: hii ?ar'rparill* a eRtATZtMEDICIM Col. Watson i i:4 a Southern man. born and raised in Dealers in Medicines &c. Although we are pi-
p : S i i i t ';! tiuiial majority, January 6 l65':<. ; and we are fully conrinfM that the Doctor with, our midst, and has no Northern interest Drugs, tent quack medicines which now flood the country
Fxtract If letter
( a from sin extensive Merchant in hi S ri-apari la, will create a far IUOHJ enthu.ia tlr exritvtnent JOSEPH BOND. WOULD inform their friends and the public. that think it but an act of sheer justice to the inventor ando
PJainiicld Eat, than Kamuui did .ithJinnyI.Ind. WenouM!
Livingston Michigan. .
county Ornn }Iave on hand! a good assortment of such { to tbe to cheerfully and voluntarily
7 or .SfccrrTAKY STATE, ) Bit haTe our readers to under>tnnd u' a. ela.ing the ue public ,
I PU rt. Mirli.April ft 152.Mr. / .Capi'"l, Tallalmwr, March. "JS. I 1M3. f fI. Doctor and hi 10 i'lirMiparilla with iUmum and Jenny Unit, LZE Coi XTT Ga, Jan. 21, 1P53. articles as are generally kept in their line of business from our own personal knowledge of the above medicine
John I). Paik Dear .Sir Dr.) 'U'y Yellow because all who their dollar for bottle of Bull's
:- Gn\ fpend a unit l will! l e receiving regularly fieah supplies. Their [and which Lave been attested by numerous veritable -
I>ock and i is CitAnir" W. DOI t r.. S crefurvf S'ate for Parioiparilla will (ret its equivalent ; and we hue henrd it This. ]js to certify that overused for Col. Joseph
Sarsfiparilla performing some hinted, that after the divine Jenny, I Li teima shall be reas.>uable.Tallahu.s witnesses.] to say that usel.ntf'rDallY.lt is one
.f dn Silly hearing
the Stats Florida Un.l!
| ( hereby certify the f..rgoiiigt : many 1.11mr at Mti.l Creek plantation in Baker
; Hbi cures m this phieo. A Mr. S. B. Striekland }has and finding their p be a true and correct. of the oriinal file County, and u"ed) one of J. Watson's and
I ju.t informed me that one of hi* children Iw* Itceticntir / copy on dollar. thought it was pajing pretty dear for the winsiLx. saw gins --- --- --- -. -- --- from l long observation know it is the best remedy extant
I cured of of Scrofula tIle in t this office. () (t>jecti' we hat* to Itull'a r 'parma, and OMVO'le han tin ]hcxitation in saving that it is the best gin Iever
ly severe
very u eff beast 5u the ef
bottle. He had (tried lF( almost 1\ Iu ctimony W1I'r} (.. I have l.,T.Mnto; fcflixed it I* co exceedingly pleasant to the tiwte. and used. it makes fine sample of C"UUIILerag.. S Notice. used externally man or ann
ouc t ( thin; ibM in the LaMe of for which advertised-
'Hr Invigorating to Mi that die Doctop, }had prt- as the child getting w continufc of irs
I now all the child Wt-11. 2 City of TulUha'-Hrc, rn, Monday; the '.',th day OAK'T QfIT IT.. -J-ouiiriUt Dtmotrat. them U perform to my entire s-ati-factK'ii. for a final ili-charge n! Executor the estate of John any one superiority > cure
bt1111 up The al/o complimentary notice* from the editor Cf HAND, Sheriff, C. T. BARTON. Clerk,
lpnr'ltly ul. of Marrli I A. I H.) lIS, and I .eveTitv-evoIitli THOMAS. CARTER. Ffi late of salt! Count deceased.
which i is justly apcnbcd t..the use of dtJDod.. of the lui1I10 Courier and I I and Satvaparilla. je.rof the In.lepeudeiicoff the t'liiteil Statesof Geo. It. 1'rentire. Kf<|., the N.
IIlCr\. Loul.'iIIe! Journal in th' following flattering notice.There LEK COI-NTV Ga. Doc. 2S 1 f March[
5: \.a-1imh.rrCountY. 5, 185S. 9 6in
, I ws [Signed] Yours truly RA.BEAL."liCOVIL .
I Id no doubt iu the world of tbe gnratnei! of W. HUTHNANCE, II. P. HUTHNANCE. Aw.
S c( MEA1 I ), C. W. DOWNING.) l Doctor Dull and the excellence of bin Paruparilla. Some This 1 i. to certify that I }have over-eed for Thoma .--- -. -- ---. St. Engineer.

I 1. Ill Chartres: In'et. New Orleans, .S' crctani. nf iilale.Aprils of the men pcien titie phj ni'-ian in the city hare applauded I i II. Mough the J'r'"ent year, and! iMd two gins on Notice. II. BRYAN.. D. PAYNE.
the and what if deal better the
I 1 "Wholesale General Ag.>nt for the Southern States, 18:1:; 13 Cm million Sarnaparilla applaud ;it, too. It Is baring a great a tremendoai,->*. his fnrni inj .Ie by J. H. Watson of Palmyra. whiehperformed I months after date, I will present my accounts February 19, 153. 7 ly
L to whom all orders nflis he n.r(,"('<1. Alan fio1.lI bvD. - -- -- Th. celebratM Jayne bu from the profits of his medicine, I equal ) any gins I have ever seen or u.ed, : SIX vouchers as admiui-tratnx of the etIIteof _

:. .. II. Ames. Nanh very
La see, A. II. Wi.n i! Newport, Samuel Pulestou MACHINE. high an that. It !., we aro told very dlfflcnlt for him PRVOR ROBY.. Ia.li"!; ii County, and ask fur a discharge from skid TOW the most successful scientific practitioner of

ilonticello! John P Jordan i C\L. Quiucy, William undersigned hl\: been aprn-inteJ the Agents to walk through our fttrreti at all ; a*. he Sods hlmeelfarrertvd. ailmiuistratiou. L\ the western country, for the cure of any'kind *r

:: Jc.e... Cliattalioielii., Baltzell of whom bate traveled from diManre to look
,.t. W. S. Bell & Co, BaitibrMge] Ga, I E.:: SeixnsTlioiu, ;bville .rumctIIl it. to C lntrL.C't..ri. C
Ga. who arc abi.ut doing wuik of the following description, restoration to b..l h. The Doctor, with all his extraordinary in thi C"lIl1ta. sixty aw, gin manufactured bvCol. _. eruptions of any portion of the body together -
July 0, ll:3. 27 4meow viz merit U very modf; and retiring; yet, we trait J. II Watson of Palmyra, whieh I consider equalto l Notice. with all manner oi Chronic Diseases or General Drility

-- Ext: en.ixfl Drainage of Swampy Maulictand Sugar .fitting that the reception K bnl to man tbemoelvei who baa,give mad a anv gin made ir Georgia; in every particular and! SIX monthafter/ date. I shall present my accounts > and Constitutional Derangement ; also an Oculist -

4 Freedom from Fever in Six Hours.jtfrgative I'ln ntlt hnn.. an glorious a rarnpni agninst human diseaaef W Gen. I i not t"i llt'II:11I( \'. I IUVB; no limitation in recommending ,! vouchers to the Hon. Judge (If Probate for Aurist, as well as a practitioner on secret diseases

Electric Fluid Building'l..:vec around Plantati.ne and Town i&cott made agaiuot the Mexican j thiii; t. (..laI.trr- Suuth-W fo!tern Georgia.Th Madi-on County, as Administrator of the estate of of men. and those peculiar to woman: Also the only

; or Opening Channel Way and rcnio\itig liars at the .-y are mUlI.Hlir..1: : l in .ur mid. and I by a South- l.ims Albrittim.; deceased,and ask fur a discharge ueeessful curer of Consumption and all the minor

I. DR SEATS'' FEVER ANTIDOTE.I mouth, of rivers and )iarx,rw.Makjug NOTICE TO FEMALES. I eiu m.in, a native i.f our own glorious G orgiuI from .iid Administration.WILLIAM "Pulmonary Diseases. Can be consulted by letter orn

J ( TIllS wotiJtrful remedy has been thoroughly test- Cyiiala through ewamp?, niarohy} or saijdy John Ilull's arsaparilla is one of the greatest femal - -. )-. A.- VASQ.V..- --- T. ALBRITTON. AdmV.Malison person at Fort TESTIMONIALS.Lonvntz.Raines. Geo. .
I duriug the last three years, in all eases (.f Fever ground. mediclneit now in existence. In tho. numerous can County, February 17'. 1853. 7 6m
where the constitution i j. drbllirated the nervous energy I II. Iia PREMIUM COTTON GINS. -- Ky. August 7, 184.
from Typhus and yellow to the fiimplfft 1 Intermittent Deepening) the water around wLarve* und pir
I :'vnrd, when the efforts cf nature are weak and to all -
i I exportation
Chill! and Fever in various Keeping Channel through lakes and 1 rivers TAVMlU dJ of Ihe Co- MONROE HOUSE Pr. Henderson. must say contrary
or parts of tie OJHJII way deficient, or are profue and overwrought, when the flee ET. Proprietors cured ist of the ('an-
Union, in Central America aud Europe. As incrediWe removing rufts or sunken logs, tearing up routs of is pale and coIorlrcB, the strength frvble and yielding,the I Cotton Gin Mauulactory, have the"atitNction FLORIDA.mtEU You have completely my < r
I spirit troubled aud di-jtrenwrt, the hvalth broken mind TALLAHASSEE cer of her breast, and Mrs. C of the Foly pus
as it may appear, persons with Bilious ..r any'ordinajy .. tree. etc. d.'troyed loannounce to their patrons and the Planters
shaken and the then
consequently happiiwtis P. MOORE respectfully informs the of the nose, the other directions in the various treatment
Fever, are en.-ililed to perform their accuotomed To person desirous of impro'ing"tLPt lands by Bulls Samapurilla l is a 1'O'I'nign'C'DJ dl. It aslnt'ature generally, tliioughout the COlton growing region
this machine recommended the > in the performance of her duty.1Jrat'fthe wbol that number ;; I that lie ha leased for a term of of Chronic Diseases has proved better than any
; labor on the following day after the attack thus being drainage, can M only they ate prepared to supply any
completely cured by this It'icill"itJlio one adapted to all the purpcses nececcary. 1'\"IIt..m.ren..II..rnu.n'.nlly the natural cnergiel, remove. of I theircelehra.tI! PREMIUM GINS. : the building on Monroe I StHlft. oppr? thing I have ever met with in my 25 years investigation -

four hours. It can bo u'edby all without regard twenty to To those who are building or repairing eanals or.. Mood obstructions and impart, check bialth exceumireates and happinera.pur WIre and healthy lad'w*, I Where t these Gins; have been once ullt'd. it wouldbe I site the Ph.ruix bWk, and will thoroughly refit it fora and practice.
3!. D.
1st A.
4 age, during fever or interOli! illll. drain, it will be found of immense value. as it will generally, to adopt the uoe cf thl. medicine, w, would s*e deemed] unnece.sartor the Maniilactnrerstoay Public house to be opened on the December Yours, Respectfully. T. ,

i The exclusive right to the sale of this medicine in decixni the canal and at the same time c..nuUl embankment far less suffering disease and unhappioeni, among them., a word in t their 'favor, as they fed confident the machines i.ext. All the furniture of every description in this FABMIUVILLZ, LA. November 18, 1851.
than exists health would take of disea
levee. now ; the'plan have been brought to such perfection, t holt t'stabli"bml'ut.ill be "' !, and it will be furnished Dr. Henderson the medicine prepared for my
the counties of Wakulla, Leon, Gadsden, Jackson, or the rosy cheek would succeed the, pallid facet; we should ,
I,. .I Jefferson Madison and Hamilton, Florida, has been This machine is used with either horse or sk-am have smiles .trait cf tears and pwfaaps >happy long their superior performance' will recommend them comfortably anti elegantly. The table shall be as mother in Ipw, .Hfcndricks, foi Cancer in the bread

f' -. transferred to the uridernigned' to whom all orders power which can be increased to any extent. life, instead of one cut short and by dJjM.-a e,or made miserable critical i in preference to all oilier Gin* now in u-e. For t the well si-pplied: as is possible in this section, and it.is has succeeded, and I feel no hesitancy in saying to to
eontiuous afflirtlon. s
J. I rnnit b. made from said counties. They are now in feuccewful operation in nil parts of by period called the suffering"turn of life," which I U At often that attended satisfaction ol those \\ ho hvc noticed I the Gins i his intention in all respects, to provide a convenient world as I have said to you, that in many years experience -

(Put up in bottles at 25 cents and f 1 ; or MI bottles the country, and may be seen at CharIeitun, S. C. with to much danger Bull's SarrapaYilla to found to exerta and are uiiacqtj tinted w ith I heir reputation t the I: Proprietors ami eoiiifortable house of entertainment. in the western country and acquainted with the

,, for f 5. A liberal discount made t 1o Druggists and Navy Y ml, 1'enns.acola and on tIle Canal between should most beneficial'* apprised effvct.fcf IhU All f"ell ladies and, approaching avail themMlTcf this of crip this Is, need only nay, that the FIRST I'remiunv Tallahassee_._ Nov. 13, 1S52. 45 tf Scientific Practitioners, you are the very but as
Dsaler A. II. WILSON, Galveston and San Louis. valuable mcdicice. have been awarded to them for the BEST GIN exhibited -- -- Chronic Diseases I ever met with or read after.

TVh&lesale and Retail Druggist i By application to J. S. SecAr. our agent nt Mobile, at I the great Slate Fair held at A.Unta, Georgia Notice. I Yours, Respectfully. B. B. W EST,JL D-

r New Port, Florid for the States of Alabama and I Florida information IU A BEAUTirUL CLEAR SKIN. i ; also, at the Alabama and Georgia Agricultuial _' TX months after date, I shall present my final ac- NEW ORLEANS LA., Angust 7, 1852.

For sale also at the Drug Stores of D. II. Ames to the cost of the machine, etc., can be obtained.GILBERT 1. and Mechanic' Fair held at Coluinuu.a ; and at the S nmnts ainl voucher to the honorable Judge of Pear Sir : Your medicines and directions in tie
.f*. How we all admire a cVvir, beautiful,white skin and a annual Fair of the S..ulh Carolina Institute:
and ofE Barnard, Jr, Tallahassee. &KKCOK, rosy colored cheek How often do we see persons not poscesring atCh.ule.ton. Probate for Jefferson County as lniiuitrator (in be- cas..s of Ulcers Ac, Ac., have all severally been suecessftJly --
I June 18, 185j: 24 14t) Broadway, New York.t this desideratum so devoutly to be "'tied." The Cotton ginned on theie Gin re- half ..f my wift' Ha-sriet 1./ Gir.trdeau.l of Henry G. tried by me, and I find them entirely atis-
of the above machine and of to cf.0ielics, cuonll.washes, and I'I. :ceive l the tirt Pirmiuins at the exhibition held: in
------ -- Drawings a machine resorting them paints, coloring Wirt, late of aid county, deceased and ask for a discharge factory and believe your system better than any
4 material, to restore to a semblance of what disease : CharlestonSouth Carolinaanu Fair\\here
Middle Circuit of Florida. i on the same principle, worked }by horse every
powerto hail deprived them of, and that too with great injury to fioni said! Administration.WILLIAM; with which Lhave ever come across.
e Jacob L. Groner, ) To Full Term, 1853. By Attnrh- I be employed in ditching, draining and railroad the akin. Ilull's Farsaparllla is the Ust mimetic known. I samples Cotton from i them have been exhibited.! GIRARDEAU. Yours, Respectfully. T. C. McFARLIN,M.D.
cW beautifies the kin by j The Propiielors have in I their possession
cavatiug, be eeu by applying to It removing every particle of morbid aurnerou -
vs. v nient. Amount sworn to, t230 diseased from the blood Ji-ffrram county. April 3. 1-53. 16 6m of tes.imoniala be seen by calling
J. S. SECOIl and matter ,making it pure,healthy ( 'el lificat's from Planter'/ Cotton Brokers, Commission : Any amount can
I .1 I* T. Nickerson, ) 88. Damage, f 4C2 00. and vigorous giving activity to every minute vessel I, and Merchants, and Manufacturers of Cotton -- - on the undersigned, he flatters himself in possession
27 Water t Mobile.
the and dark
t TilE defendant, and all other prisons interested November 27, 1852. 47 >ly and changing fn-sbnesa jellow of)"Ib. ladles countenance, abandon the to use the of bloom paints Goods, testifying( that the performance of the Gins, Insolvent Estate Notice. of a decided knowledge arising from ten years elos and*

sc 1.JH hereby notified of the commencement of the and mixture and UIttJ Hull's Parxaparilln the only effectual and the sample.- produced by them cannot be excelled STATE OF FLORIDA. practice, observation and experience in the West
above *uit, and! required to appear at the next term JOHN- -B.-GALBRAITH- -- remedy.for"the A word Indies.to the wise is sufficient," and a hInt i ia I by anGill.. ever manufactured. Jeffewn County to-wit : f he: Hospitals of New Orleans. His system, gives bata

T (on Monday, the 17th day of October, A. D. 1853.: ) enough All ordeisfor Gins, given either :to our travelling T. LINGO. Sheriff and ex-officio admin little pain and seldom ever uses the Knife, and Ti a

) of the Circuit Court for I eon county, in the State of ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, or local Agents or lorwan'ed to t the Proprietor bv DANIEL compelled only to a limited extent, remedies wutts
of the estate ef John N. late of
... 1 ;Florida! and plead to the declaration filed therein. Tallahimcr, Florida L We earnestly Invite all person who ar* suffering with mail will always receive prompt attention. Gina Partridge, instead of irritating.REFERENCES..
p4 any of the ills that fiexh is heir to," to call on Dr. John said County (deceased has this day filed in the Pro-
WALKER GWYNN.Atty's W Office near the PostOflice. [Oct. 9. 40 Hull's Agent, and get a copy of hull's family Journal will be sent! to any part of the country, and war Late office of said county a written suggestion that he I .
for Plaintiff. Gaul; and for the sake of humanity, we hope that a> ranted to give satisUrtion.JOS. Gov. JOSEPH VTALXER, Ex-Gov. ISAAC JoW fHoy.
Ee-t of said John N. deceased
believes -
te Partridge,
; a -June 11. 1853. 23 3m D. P. HOLLAND, Ingle Barsaparilla individual a TKIAL will after Dot be reading found,,and unwilling recollecting to give, at Bull's the L UnTON. Agent, Tallahassee. to be insolvent; 3. W. DOWNS, P. SOULS, U. S. Senators from*.

: .' Savannah Medical College. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, aine time, that it is imjosalble for the vector (o publish Columbus March 20, 1852. H ly Thereupon notice is given to all pcsrons having Professors STOXK, HAXKISOX, HESTXJL of N. 0.;
\M teatb part.r Ie a.eabea at eeaiae .jowedJag' JABTBTRHT, DnwNx-and Ilztnwow. f-K. O.
: SESSIONS 1853-"64. Qninry, Florida, cum performed bv bin SanwparUla. The amoiTol of testimony Notice. claims against said estate to appear and file the same 19,1858. 7
e. S voluntarily showered onl. Bull* garaaparlllA with th: Judge of Probate for said county on or before February
'I THE COURSE OFf LECTURES IN THIS IX.J TTTILL practice in the Courts of the Middle CirVV from well known and diiitinguiuied Individual, both IB SIX months after date, I shall present my final ac- the 14th day of February next. &c
!; will commence on the First Monday of cuit. and Jackson and Franklin Counties. public and. private life] ha been perfectly overwhelming fiftk unt mtntt l vouchers to the honorable Judge of 1'HO CHASE.. Drugs, Chemicals,
John Bull .
S ., November and continue four month OC'tolHr23.1852. 42 If ect, first door below Main Principal, IxmiirUle.Offlco Ky.: W aida Probate of Jefferson County, as Administratrix of Judge of Probate. OULPHATE QUININE, warranted pai* w
'j S B. D. ARNOLD, M. I), Prof of Institutes and Prac- L PREMIUM PIANO D. H. AMES, Agent, Tallahassee. Thomas J. Townsend ao'C said County, deceased, May U, 1853. 19 9>a > weight.Oil .

ill tica of Med idne. FORTES. July IB, 1M3. 28 6m and ask for a dismis ion from my Administratorship.MAI -- -- -. -- Ulack pepper.
4 i T- J. G. HOWARD M. D., Prof. Anatomy. GROVESTEEN A CO. No. 481, BROADWAY, NEW - .Y A TOWNSEND Adm'x. Estate Notice. Purified Cnumchne. an article pnrp Tf d frora tM

.5 ''. f'f'W.. G. BULLOCH, M. D, Prof. Principle and Practice call the attention of those about The Florida, Atlantic and" Gulf Jefferson County_ February 19,1853. 7 611In Insolvent Peruvian Bark considered nearly equal to Quinm st
of Surgerv. purchasing to their rplendid stock of 61} to 7i octave STATE OF FLORIDA ) about one third the price.

P. M. KOLLOCK D. Prof. Obstretics and Diseases Pianos, which they believe c nuot be excelled by any Central Rail Road Company. Gadsden Circuit Court. Jefferson County, to-wit : )f ALSO, a general supply of Chemicals of the bt

'l of Women and Children. other in the city, cither in tone, finish, quality of ma- Abraham K. Allison Spring Term, 1853. At WILLIAM S. DILWORTIL administrator of the quality.

i C. W. WEST. M. D. Prof. Medical Chemistry. terial, or workmanship. MEDALS have been awarded ee a*. Uchment Debt 11835,00 JJ Heir, late of said county,

.. V*. E.: H. MARTIN, M. D, Prof. Physiology. by the AMERICAN INSTITUTE to their instrument John D. Cowart t'I\Damages 4000,00.. deceased, has this day filed in the Probate office oi Fine Cologne. LuWn's"Exfact*, isild ap as

11. L. BYRD M, D, Prof.Materw Medica and Theraldt FIVE TEARS IX BLfTFJiHION. is hereby given to tbe Subscribers for T HE defendant an< others interested, in the a- said county a written suggestion that he believes the of Fancy Toilet Articles, at very low prices.

Cut CII. Having recently purchased the entire stock of the NOTICE in the Florida Atlantic and lull Central hove stated case are hereby notified of the commencement estate of said Thomas J. Heir, deceased, to be insolvent Davii' Pain Killer, Radway Ready ReheO.good's

.,} i J. B. READ, M. D, Prof: Pathological Anatomy and late firm of DUBOIS & WARRINER, formerly Hail ll,ia.l Company that a meeting of aid Suljwnb. of this suit, returnable to the Circuit as aforesaid : India Cholagogue Med"jayne

I. '* j I' Demonstrator of Anatomy. DUB018 & STODART, favorably known for FOR era will be held at the City of Tallahassee on Thursday of said county, aud to appear and plead! to the Thereupon notice is given to all persons having re's celebrated Plasters, and other Family -

FEES.-For the full course. $105 ; Matriculation TY years as Piano makers, they would invite the the first day of September 1853, at 12 Vlock same. A. K. ALLISON. claims ngainst said estate to appear and file the sam '

Ticket, f.5; Demonstrator of Anatomy, f 10 ; Graduation continuance of the favors of their friends and customers noon, for the purpcwe of electing nine ((9)) Directors of Attorney for Plaiutint! with the Judge of Probate for said county, on or before -- Medicines, Ac. Ac,just received by ,

: '30. Itequinites for Graduation, the eame as with the certainty of giving equal satisfaction.For said Company, in pursuance of the act of Incorpora June 4, 1853. 22 3m the 14th day. of November nestTUOS.J. I D. *i- AMES.

.. in other Medical Colleges. C. W. WEST, M. D. the Southern market we are making with tion. F. L. DANCY State Eneineer. CHASE July 9.1853. 2t tf

,, :. May14.. 858. 19 tl N .IVan of tlie Faculty.' DOUBLE IRON FRAMES and Detached Case, peculiarly July 30, 1853. SO AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO. Judge of Probate. JUST RECEIVED
adapted to the climate. they U. 1853. 19 CM
'I \ May
t. CABAWAT SMITH. undersigned, Agent of the above Company,
MAailX T. obr / THE Barnard Jr.
Jon 11, 1853. 23 3m J By Edward ,
S 4-7 r; receive applications for and make insurance
SMITH. & DOBY, Not ce..i 7 ft. against loss by Fire, on Bride and Frame Buildings William Reagan ) PRESH ASSORTMENT OF QARDESSl**

R ATTOlrl iEY AY LM Notice ALL pewooa, crf.ditora, I!; Itri. Furniture llerchandiM .. '. v Attachment for '!0,00. .tt A growth of 1852. -irTTSS

1 4 J.< MONTICELLO, FLORIDA, months after date, the undersigned, Administrators or otherwise mtfnqjf&ik* Eetate of Janwty,29,1853. 4 B. a LEWIS. Daniel II. Slayton. JrplIE ALSO A FRESH ASSORTMENT OF 0
S John B. Page late of Jefierxm%0M4i& Florida deceased defendant and all others interested, are here ,
in the Middle on the estate of James Forehand deceased -
; WILL in practice the Counties of Thomas Circuit and of Lowndes Florida'; in late of Leon County, will present their final accounts, are hereby notified to eaiibtfflLcir elaima and LIME LIME !!! JL by notified of the commencement of this suit, re- Drugs and Medicine, ..

VI Georgia, *> und vouchers to the Judge of Probate of Leon County, demands within two year [lfrom :flu i*. to the undersigned t CASKS fresh Lime, landing and for sale turoable to a Justice's court to be hold Tallahassee eon PERFUMERY AND CONFECTIOJfABT.

I 1: JUt 1,1851. 18 and uk to be discharged. or the ftanie will be barradj; and all persons .50 by McNAUGHT A ORMOND. the 10th day of October next, and to appear and At the Sign of th* Mortar
indebted to the shad under hand and seal
: WILLIAM 8. FQREHAND, deceased Art requested. to make Newport, April SO, 1853. 17 plead to the same. Given my Tallahinw fit*
immediate toSARAH A. D. 1853. Monroe Street ,
; i Notice.ALL EDWARD BLACKLEDGE, payment this the 11th day of Jnly ,
4dm tratorl. C. THOMJftXxenUri*, Fresh Spring Goods. DONALD CAMERON, [L. s.] December 25, 18$2. 51
t: persons liaving demands against tb! Estate of 2 WILLIAM THOMAS Exterior, Justice of the Peace.
July 1853. 2& ,
4. V. Bkriue, deceased, late of Leon County, 6m in rigtt of his icije.; B' the bugs Sampson and Snwanoee we are receiving July 16, 185\- 28 8m PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY

t Fla, will present them to the undersigned, ftdminis- Jefferson County, May 14, SB8,. U 12" a general assortment of Goods suitable gcTICUT.
trator ex-offieio properly authenticated' within the Notice. for the Spring trade to wit: GROCERIES, FLOUR, Notice. HARTFORD

*->r. timpnbedby1aworzbigJj1IpIeasjcd SIX,monllu from date tbo underaigned, administra Ice Superior Ice DRY GOODS, HATS YANKEE NOTIONS. Ooo- weeks after date, I will apply to the Honors Capital Stock, .

'. in bar of their recovery, and tUperaooi} indebted to of the Estate of the late Robert Larkin, deceased gre. Water, FANCY' GOODS, SADDLERY Glass SIX of Probate of Leon County for letters or undersienexl *gent OI-r "J K*a r*TO bml' ;-
aid Estate of GadAden of the COOL TRUCK (after a of and Stone Ware, &c. to, And will of be Judge fTlHK Fire n
: we requested to nwk immediate py. County, will exhibit her final ito LOTS passage eourae, on the Eatata of Nathan Holt, late of JL to tske riaksat
went. UAXEY.T. BLOCKER, oounta and 'vouchers to the Judge of Probate for the of 40 days) just received which will pleased to serve U who may be in need of any Administration U pyepared tbiI 6it1t*

I: 0 Kx-nffclt AfatnMratcr. county of Gadsden, and uk for a discharge be sold low by the quantity at Newport. thing in their line. aid County decetied. PATRICK SMITH. mgs axi1 their cobktLt F. U. FLAO.g

July! !, 183. ec 2ui FRANCES A. CHANDLER/Admr* LADD. McXAUOHT A ORMOND. :s 6r OCtObCr 2 isz: 42
i April 30,165 17 jm :ewrnrtl Jua IS, 1858. :4 l April 23, 1853. 16 Ju1v3lS53. Tallahassee.

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