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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: August 20, 1853
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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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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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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, IryCHARLES E. DYKE. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, JULY 23, 1S53. VOLUME V-r-NO. .


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Glass, Oils, White Lead, &c. SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. t--- (' 115 'r If ;p ,&iti:.';; strong, and njrjmrcntly; impre na- A Pet Ourang-Outansp is no place like home." May her experience

BOXES Window Glare assorted l "size. lImn RUST have just received per Central it n l.le! both by nature nnd urt, and wellenlciilatol The following account of Tuan, a pet ourangoutang do her good, and all others of the game kid.
:,I 00 I Of krp 1' \Vliitf Lead,pujr, extra & No. I. ,,,, \ s-s > Jf barrel I.In(>d Oil, I II li.tle: oottiiu vniilijr, lis, nil 9]'jalilios, ---. ---- --- ------- -' ----- I will; '!e think, interest our
fi Lard Oil, Ii lulco bvovn thitimit: JI".11cd, yard.At readers. -It is taken from French boob
a distance of about one t lol1'1'nducls a and Habits
('i pak4 ('" rJr(.1I'Jt.r Pnint. ((1,1,18.l and ; bills.) :; bales14: brown ,h, (.till:'. [ 0n1TNAL. ] : of Lion
the Mexicans commenced their tire by a simultaneous ,, Voyages ct Rents, by Doctor Yvan : One of the most
"burrtll l Uortitiotlliale OIL Ill }p's En o UJd1 brown t-h(.t ill!", REMINISCENCES OF MEXICO.CHERTJETJSCO. striking things connectedwith
; Train Oil. 1 l.hL G-ml: Vaniuli, 5; }p" HII. do po nnd continuous discharge can. !'i When Tuan was'entrusted to me he was the Lion is his voice, which is extremely -*

pit! Tnrp JitiiM' in )bam-l and nt letniL A pon- 2 bles; lilt:pm1 o.-nabur;s, non and musketry, making an awful :lIHII,, about three years old. his height was that: I grand and peculiarly striking. It consists

.ortincnt of Color, liru!bcs,and n.other 11. .1LS.Painterh'Swria'A J CO ps, bed Ilit'k"f'Iilirtill tick, aborted, There is a spoil in the name. It nwnkPns ', deafening roar. The ball was-opened, and i!!['of a child of three. Had i it not been for hisproniineiitahidornen I at times of a low deep moaning, repeating
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I the giim phantom of war, rnMiing o'ertl1 : the tug of war had begun. Forming he would have : five six times in
juv! 9.1 5:.:>. c: ifWixies 10( jis MaillNiro frtujK) '* rnd j plaids, up a part resembled or ending faintly audible
-'- --- --- 4 1 jis Htoi: clucks, a,.iiried: 'reil battle-field "f carnage and !slaughter. ., of his dhision i in columns of attack, and de-l I I a young Malay, dressed in some brown mateiial l size ; at other times he startles the forest with

Syrups, &c. 20, p. lilue Di-niir.s And memory! faithftd the.call. spreads out [ploying the light troops: on the flanks our :I like our little sweeps. When freed load, deep-toned solemn roars, repeating

0 LI Tort Claiet.roi 2t 0 1.1 Rolled Citil.blfJs. the pii'tiirrdision of i bristling battalion?, gallant (;lenend led on his imssos to the assault I F him from the Bam u basket in which he was five or six times in quick succession, each illt -

JJadciia, t ..Tklln Cider uil'C". SO 2 pi cotlonaJc! duck, asn'ited, crowding up tie! deadly breach, rout nnd torn of the! "Tele de }1")111. aided aud sup. brought to me, he seized hol.I of my hand t creasing in! loudness of the third and fourth
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L'mdon Sherry Porter Scotch pu Ale, j 1.I p>. ]Jn'wn Jjinen uutk, | with the i iron fleet of dllh-t1t'( fierce 'II.I : P'ted b> tIre rapid, and] withering fire of the and tried to drag me away, as a little boy i t I when bisvoice, dies away in five or six low

Frandy: iVnohr!. }rm.t.IWITi. ., C ]1'* J'1 uil.'r Linen I counter of contending ho-ts-(he bloody con- 1 light: IIn H'I Ii-:. Tho columns of Generals :,,I, who! wanted to escape from some disngieea- ( muffled sounds, very much resembling distant -

JlanflH-'rrr Jsvi cp, Slr.liu: 'I.btrl'l' r. p' )ji'.iin: brown linen. 1I"r t1.1.r 1. 1 U-s-t-the sit ngI; I lc fur the nia.-tery-the rout (i-m and T-g s, fiesh! from the- ontlaught ble object might have done. I took him into thnnder. At times, and not oafreqoently -

.krl- "" 1'ie-li.. J.b"lt'r, > jw p'an' brown linen dr.ll, :.>&orieJ, of the panic-f-tiicken foe-and the headlon"ch.ir'jo of Contrcras, ami ilu.-hed \ ith victory ', my room, in whidJ1.. Dutroncoy had a sort ., l a troop may be heard in concert, one asstiming -
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J.rmnn"iner"' 4' St1mo.: / ps ps noiida S. 1. \blownICi ; ) "lirlil1g, I : of lashing squadrons s\vec{>ing with! charge the Convent with im.-iatiUe fury'. of cell prepared for him. ( b seeing this new the lead, and.two threa$r four more

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(;U\11 J'lly.Currant l'n..s.tI Quinees, p! l'n1.Aho S. I lo :0: I -?, nil enveloped and o'er cannjiedith the I Heavens I what r. roar, rat tl.', and crash i;| understood that it was ii: future to IKS his they roar loudest in cold frosty nights ; but

d>. Pearlies, 2 ps 10-4 blue! Alandale .11..tllIll, smoke of battle, and lit up viitb the huid ila!h -it is the battle storm in nil iU let line, tieddening :: lodging. ,He let go may hand and set about on no occasion are -their voices to be" heard

Sparkling Cielalh.p.Flavoring Tamarind!. Bicachcd.: t-hirtings of all puo>, vidth! and cjualitios. of arms, :iich i h the! tnigic scene that inom- gruul'ur-tIr. air i is thick and lICIt 'I collecting all the linen he could find.! lie in such perfection, or so intensely powerful,

"Y:fast Powders Extracts, Spire'Vkl-*.c.S.lad R po Brown Holland! !i fly I (:1cts from the drama of life's realities, ,' with! the whizzing, Ltirtliiig: ini---ive* of death, :];; then carried his booty into his lodging' and as when two or three strange troop of lions

Corn Starch, : Oil, 4 p* \\ hite d.> j I first: produced I in) :vast amphitheatre! of na- and the rampant furies of i'antlcniotiituni! ;; covered its walls carefully.! These arrange- approach a fountain to drink at the same time.

Olive: Coi'I} !, 11 ]I'* Iii.h Linen r ">inteil.2ii | lure's own architpctuu-ii!: : a strange: land of'mystery seemed turned loose ii I!) all their wild demo-c! '. incuts made, he seized on a napkin, and hav- When this occurs, every member of each

".orcl'l'tcrlllli" Sauc, t 'I, do/ plaid: and i-tiiM'il| !nlf.! nnrtr.t, '! and icniance, 'tl: ? wedith;) the pe- uiac: revelry upon (.fl thi.! Cool! and uridaun-: lug:' draped( himzelf in this r tg as majestically I troop sounds a bold roar of defiance at the
) Silk ]1aIfleI.liief.! "
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1F.:,: tf r. .lc}JM z ga'ul 1..11"11" Su"'JIII"1'1i! :,s'rt',1.Cl culi.ireal of an crutablo Ih) iiiitv. ted in ticvery mid.-.4 of this, tenible! fIre, (."<'n.V '1 :i: an Aiab in his turnout, lay down in the opposite parties ; and when one roars, all roar

July 9. -. (liZ inens bile lIIIIl'ur.lr".l! CniUonfi (; TC I I It was: on the !morning of the -Oth August, '-th watches the! is.-m> of the coiJli'-t bed he had prepared. I'II together, and each seems to vie with his

Gardcn Seeds. p.-, \\J.iI.ia"11; Di iiil a.ojtoJ ; 1 1817, that the American army made an onward : with an eagle ('VP. "Charge bayonet gin! i j Tuan's disposition was very mild ; to raise ., comrades in the intensity and power ,of his

T) UTA Easa, llat Turnm..Cabbage, }eet. Ac.,jmtil l 7 j. black Alapacn: i mo\fluent towards thu city of Mfxicoincarnckl. Vm the cold steel, lads, they can't stand'I i'i iI 1 one's voice to him was Futlic ent. Yet he '; voice. The power and grandeur of those
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roooixo'L D.JI.AIIKS. I t 2 C p* -1-4 bleaclied Tinkvyd(. pni'K I Uiaiwr i i. We had been for j-e\eral I tint: !" I i now and! then had very diverting fits of an- I nocturnal forest concerts is inconceivably

'yi.1s5:.. 27 tf_u I..; ps .1...., t.l.... -Dltll..!.. :. I !: 'I'.tnmIC.' '" i in and I nir) tho \illafo ': OT: :, off they 2:0.: that illur alcd. Tllrrnzi "er. One day: I took from him a mango he j t, striking and pleasing to the hunter's ear.-
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and Summer Goods. 4 ]1'c bird c\f Daa: P(, H-."' (1.l tf; .San AugutiiiC 'e las Cueva, (a little mas-,-th'-y. near the walls owning; with had;: oto;'n.t first hf tried! to get it l back ; i The effect is greatly enchanced when the

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lJ lUS assortment I5KCKIVW elf :t.1rl'unrJ) FI.OJ'EW nnd YOIJK Prcfcs ,Goods a p'.d of 2 I pi j ".i'p Pillow 1:.'Case LKKH Lin..it fc>li...,'tinjj, i lake tJilc) iceoiinoitfringthecountry! with ', t tears \ ih: fearful havoc: through! thtir (!It fIC'. crie?. thrusting! out his lips like a pouting the forest at the dead hoar of midnight,

latf..t ft\1'F. CUbI.t1i1 vI 2 p do do Cot.II). I scouting p'litie? of diagoon!i su-hing to find I i raIl!?, making a long desolate lane of bleeding child. Finding that this pettishness had not : unaccompanied by any attendant, and ensconced -

Planter!' l rilK Scotch fin.aiar-! 12: 11 A: 12 4 whit Misai1tQut! *, I: the Icaet dillicult! way of approaching: the'enimv mangU-d: : eoes. Close up cl&e uj tlie; success he anticipated, he threw himself' within twenty yards of the fountain

Super Hri'vrn Linen, MudJ!< r Lnwf, to p "'11::,' gauze .ro'p:tu : .:t:U1'g, 1 and uli-i-! I 1IIZ in the iicanlin', : upon'given !' I.J :(-ittIf They plunge! into the ditch! that on 1.5s face, struck the ground with his which the surrounding troop of lions are ap-
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dl1 Shrunk lo. '',].1 .':,(.-n.-'s. fiO p* I Ui:( nnd grct-n d'!'I doJOwB"bin I 1 fuits melons 1 and such I like scramble the glacis and crowd howled Such has been situation
corn, ; : J.Jr. \ up the walla! fit, and fccreatned, cried, and for : proaching. my
flillt'el"' .1.1.! P\vj; O3g8th1is, I l : +>t do f h ,
tin' Stiij>od Drills, M-'unung! Lawns, COO) )jviunds Cotton Yarn, IVIE. foin .*> to 12 : i:'!- ". I -now COJ.K-S the struggle, the fierce thniat! more than 1Mm: 1"111't last I felt thatI | many scores of times ; and though I am allowed

do) Checked dj Cl"ied JJiiregeVhte *, 70 ji:, I'asicy Calit.11) ('', : By:1Y of rennil 1: en p,15:1Ot{," t that I particular '!!. the clasi.ing -ti-el. and the hour of ungeantc. I was acting contrary to my duty in refusing :, to have a tolerable good taste for mu-.

\' ; Liueu do Srvtiu: Plaids :i p" i,iiri'itv I Lawn Dress patterns time was the mot j iiksotm-and r tniij'duiiogthe ': Ilef.'iombtT: the Alamo FUlllifl-! tin* fruit he d'-sired ; fur in opposition to ale. I consider the catches which I am regaled -.

Fiiucv Satin: CUD!, Cr.ipe <*
;; Lawu. SlrijH-d Silk Ti sue, ; Linen and LUleTl.rcud Gl"Vf"'. YLlih-c-eii corn (for 11I"II&I, roi Viot .Swiss Muslin, Stijn-r. } clo do price* atid quantities ii" cars and coin -onp garni-bed \\ith! green: above the battle din! ::, proclaimsictorv: '' nature which he had sent into the world amid Asa general rule, lions roar. daring the

Dotted S\vi- do. Clmvrit'fI, (;cuts mid] Ludus Mciiim! and CtaGroccrics Ye*,, applesear0'1 | : !fIldl:1') .. for dinner, and! : andstiilccs panic in the Mexican ranks. Away -"!' virgin forests, in order that it should obey all night; their sighing moans commencing as

Hook Jlutlin, ]P.ijwr d-> March, 12 ]ISM.,: .10 Ill'.IU .t to m'ST{ I masting cars (Ir raw corn, ad libitum, for they go l f foot, l.ore and dragoon'! bolter its instincts: :: and -atiafy alt[ its longings. I the shades of evening envelope the forest
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Tarlton Madr.J-pCraT.Ms finishani do supper.;' :Men i and burses fared alike, and sktiter. a terror-!i ticket!, confuted and approached my ward, calling him by the and continuing at intervals during the night.In .

Silk CLinu-MVtes: Illusion,, F-mwy d<> "fi A t.\r S Lnguira CoSroo: uere quartern! alike under the starry canopv. j.vnniod-uj! % rabble} on the Barrow causeway, ': most endearing name, and olfered Lira the distant and secluded regions, I have constantly -

&;;lk! lltndk''. i.-ts, Plain B...1.lll.t. .JII"**.'!..el E.Lin JLv/ 10,1. .TII\OL (1!I'J It was urging thinjr a litth- too near to IK- through, the 1]og-y: fit-Id.-1, tvery tiNe, broken : mango. A! soon a? it wa within his reach heard them roaring loudly as late as0 '

Thread .'.o., TliK-ad Lno \ Iiisoitm -, Svif i < .>li.ins.la 1; ,1.! Hit du i.} agreeable, to tje!: condition' Ncbnchadnex-- ::iSifCL-mtiUtd! :: JWing! horn the wrathful he clutched it with violence and threw it at or 10 o'clock on a bright, sonny morning.In .

('n"'lt d-.. Pvi** Uii I.'n.1"I't."tf.-. )Pmtuiet Kil: >.- ] I JM-.X.-I. ::41. 1 5.'ap.t ?:ir when the dws of !.<.ia\cn Ml upon him. lJ .dM Ans. Cavalry cavalry my head. lie was, however, only on rare hazy and rainy \veather, they are to be

Icrw, n: nr.<> { rHI't' <)lo. J.IIH.I I 1 *o. MnV. nnd. Cl.illmi" MiK ('i-i.l'tl Snsrar. and he :lt(. grass with the o\on.. (Tor theuninitiated to 3'otir 'orl1).111! rome the: dragoon- occasions pcevi-'i and!1 n:1I1g: I It). I:.I heard at every hour in the day, but their roar
half ]loe, &.!!k :ud Cotton I'n l.rliir.t&cn I . *-. Al'iMti-io: ,
Lc_ f.'r Mile l>v 1.> MAX 1.1IY. l'o\viltr in Ke;;.. 4 1.ej:" had i 11, ,, xide I I Daniel I 1 IV., *}:,..) I csids I we with the swoop and cra-h of a \ wj.irluind. When! I first let Tuan dine with me at ta- is subdued. It often happens that when two

.\ivil] 3G. IN:::3. IT in I J l.i! ::- e.f chut-ali7.! .-". lost many: men by desertion t', the 'encmv, Ch'irge home, arid! give ''! h-11 Charge :1"shotittd blrt, he adopted a somewhat ir.correct: modeof strange male lions meet at a fountain a ter-
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,"AMAKER--- -- J.-'i: 41:1) :I JrIII.h': I I :1'11I ;..\: \\. "-{-\'. foici". ni-r-" (. itit(-IV, for our situation was ( l-it. the ignntic; nn fierce Col. (Ilarnev.I pointing out the objects which were pleasing :;, riffic combat ensues, which not unfreqnently

A. PERRY .lo Ma: J,'n a aij-1 1'IV-r! \\ I ll, ,| ical! ami Ka7Juion! ; ; nocimiini--atiat! iiotuilitary I forgr:t (;iener:!, staff, g'fird, order, and every to him. He stretched out his bro\'n 1 ends in the death of one of them. The habits -

i ki @I1.1ttl 1t 1):1: J S.N.Madeira II.: and, J.tinnk.i:; and M Ifi.n:::l-:,a Wine, o 1 (-}'l..t. In th( \-.\ heart of an cmnu's.j tl.irig: ( !l", in (that bo- r-c com;:;and. and hand arid ttiod to put upon his plate all he of the lion are strictly nocturnal; daring

TALL.UI.S'EE' :, l.1I S-a] au-I 1 IJuttt; r Ciaikrr*, :j country, suriouidc l I di-ciplinfd! I a-ul vete- ii-hed fri i iti! my comiades, in j all the chiv- could lay hold of. I gave him a box on the | (lie day he lies concealed beneath the shade

!Ia-1.s. %::. 2J IVpjHT) aliI 1 \',"<>ici-t!. r-1!.i I'Mlta F: (( tan legion"( and comm-.n'icd: : I.) !!.,. iiKc-t famous nine intoxication the cat.-.lrv charge.Vc ear to mnke him understand( politeness. He :, of some low bushy tree or wide spreading

-- :o-1.Lrtrv nnd 1..I1.-\J rup, of .>I"-;::11:11I Caj.t.-iiii .S-: ; .'.:na. III, ;n. :msi oi: :.T':"'Mg't tlwll1.b"'IIII!: ;. tlii!slin!.ranil then made use of astrategem ; he covered bush, within the level forest, or on the mountain -'

Dry Goods. Caccia'jll ]3'.elf. I Hut: ,\tnI'J iran 1"'I'se\- :!'-' anJ ":::1.! ; tiMiipIitig) : ti: rral drr.goou stile! -rnn- his face with one hand while he stretchedout : side. lIe is .also partial to lofty reeds or
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FUST ''( \(. per J. G. \MiKPON] .- ,;u-t.id{ AI), CauJ'unl' Sturih, lantry uimuu.li-d: dl obstac.'i! :?, for on titCVCIIIlg i: ('I.l.cl\'lIr, to imj.er'e our. progress with thei the other towards the diL This scheme (: fields of long rank yellow grass, occuring i ii ic
J l',iott..1 l L'i>rn", T\vlH.i| I.iggi: !;, bit hand !i i lowly valleys : When he is successful in his
of innsweretl J for I the
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-\1.:0- I liitli: tiv: 4IH'Wt'I! flit t by bayo'let, hut t'uc n.'H'1I >r"riic-ti an- upon I -.tt'r; guilty
fi"liu,1ill.CliPclnTcd, Cnnilrti'. S Kl.tjll,ripe.1!Oabnrgc. I A vcn* Inrpr :an* w<*I e1t t'l ,'"<-kjisnwi (,f S1.-i'I:;lII.lI :L pa it ff 1 t ihf) arm\: 0:1: lit'! .: \': fid.I. of I'onti then:). anil il>iwn tii.'y go, weltfriu'j: ryder th. 1: w'ith the I indie of my knife. From tI atmo-, I catch, and has secured his prey, he does not

JU-ilm Corce f"r ,%':(. ., J.lt.ill elo, I (Ii! .thip! :. ciiii-i.tiii-r ill }iiit t of: "'ia", :1d:1n':1!: add( cloiious \irtorv was ('xt'rraillin1Jr: stroke-others! ; throwaway meiit niv intelligent pupil understood that he I J roar much that night, only uttering oceaaionI -
::t r. BrI: a'.1 c"r.1 A ca Sack an'1 rrt..1,C"" ".
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La.te Nu4q'Jitu :;dill: CoIiiiiile.' .'C.fl0. I _' .1. JneiMi': (']<-th .1 lo tin <|I., 11.1 :lI J. t'\.d on the e.-.ily ilaw-i! of f the -Oth.I ) :. tilt ir; arm?, and iig i:, out 'or quarlr, wa-i to wait to behiclpil.! I ally a few low moans ; that is, provided ne v

G : 'V. fcCOTT' .1: CO. 12:! do l>ivp; I))'J.tt. ''.". 11111 1 Dun) Oi.it.-. I The whole canj: \ :t' in bu"tle :.nil c-\tito- and the uplifted weapon is arie'tt-d in its lie very qtyckly learned to cat his soup intruders approach him, otherwise the case
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--.1tr.e4:1R.-- :- -.- --" ] 11..11111'111.t.' .1" (,I/t-. j im-i.t ; :another coup de J grlt.'e"Wg; I in! pro thiehing! cotirof dcstiucti 'n. A troop battery ... with! a spoon, in this way ; a thin soup was ; would be very different.
12 ctUTlllrOl THE FALL uF y epeclivp l and our Ic-aits: ( and (hop" beat high h thrown across the causeway, arre.-ts our" placed before him ; he got upon
r," Lin.ii Srt< k iinJ Fiwk Coal: ofcvirypial.ty; *
1853. I pii'-i-) i iiii'l c:7.i:: > (for the ('\'"<-tM! fl:1.t hut the ord..rIf progressitii a s>!htteiing 'Ire; of: :grape, but! like a dog, lapping: and tiled to suck it up hour of drinking peculiar to themselves ; they

OF ci/rrmxr) nr( ir..nr.od: ] fit C.ttii Sk and Froek Omtn: < f all < u.ilU, brittle i i. fomifd, :ind the q j It'aliil! column! : i iiI the pai.ic i is on them, and they fly in disorder .-.h'\ I.'. This method appealing i I inconvenientto seemed unwilling to visit the. fountains with

ruucnAsrns :(: : tl"' (. Iwr"'t-t :1"'rJll..nt .iz.. :111.11'1 it'cll I moved in advance. I It \\a> indeed a g.llint to jinotlm' redoubt. At last: the signal for hitn.'he! sat downgaln! ('11 his chair and I good moonlight. Thus when the moon .rose,

1t if )':lItl1"(,",. and gliiii.j'js si..ht ; in I front the battalion:, ofI recall is Bounded! and we are com'vlled] to tool his, j late-in both hands ; but, as he raised -, early, the lions deferred their watering until

tiT* Tnide, tll I In1 f-niiid) ill th<- Stut'. J t.', Sliirt :aiid lr.i\v) .; all I of v.l.irh ve will bellat I light ttIlOP''dti i'1Jt* ai.d skirj-iHjers-.ic'ic-: !; return to the! }battle! field."Tho : 1 it to his lips, he spilled a jnrtion of it over late in .the morning ; and when the moon rose
A\V ,!lot. bu'im on tlw OXi} 1'UKT. SYSTHM.Orders I tli* lott-f-ht m::ket jiric12 *- and showed ;: ]late, they drank at an early hour in the night.
till..d.n rxuiiiina'ioii of brcJl hj:j. Iir.111 .t. JrT.I : ,: \'d of I tll.ir lI-ual ,i.ia: -hjng, l.ag a c, and ar- fs,;!.! wa iiVr, the llIPIill: through the gloomVLi'L !his i 'breast. 1 then! took a spoo-j:
jimtnplJy our I ,. mcd \\ith the li'in; how it. I He immediately imitated! Owing to the tawny color of the coat with
-- to u-e :
; deadhager lili.!! ,
Slvc-k i ill uliciteJ.! H'i.cJ: c! \ : r.tthe {':UluoUIo he wing; a t'IIIJ t (
I llAXrOUDdJ'.ROTilKI: ?. I Medical College of G org-ia. with! quick -l.ttie tiiad, anduu- ,oov: hillcn Un'! {'f.:<..i:' me, and ever alter nude use of that culinary : which nature has robed him, be ia perfectly
Tnik Row ll-. !'. Y. : TWiXTYSiro.\l "II1'1OF; i: I.O'- invisible in the dark; and although I have often
,
H' ("I'P'niII'II'ht"r us<-.i) 1111 ('11 the fIlIIt-t1l'! dense and srnicdranks blooiijfaincdril : l !.:n lt. .
: .\1:1 Chernbtssco *Mh! it-
1C. 15.-\\(' are lluIrtt;tM inaMuf., (.tmei. nf '(1..1] J 1'1:1ill: thic JII.II:1ii"'I. \\ I 1: ( "i-i-:' iii'eoitttjf of Itillftnfn' When! I brought Titan on board the! Cleopatra -. heard them lapping the water under my
Clothing in the <-uuty.. ]HuLH! Cl"iliiiig utthc lntut \\ RsTMU.VDAY J.N',' )JlilULJ: ; MIXT.FA : !s.tec-1!, followd! on with. ,tlie a forest regular ofglitk-rin"hcI h:1 II'1\\ (.1 in the thousand: I manly; heait, he WIS' domiciled at the foot of the very nose, not twenty yards from me,I could-
tlUula.t rnt'". ma and! bedewed with tLegenllrtt-.trsof! votIalI'sf1ectinn. ,
(TLTY: not possibly make out so much as the outline -
June ::. itsis.: 'jr.: :;tnli20 1. I tramp of \eti-rans and long mainmast: and left completely free. lIe ,
conqueiors adds! another! ilhrninated
'n __' ..___ __ __ An\tfl-.*.. C.; N'KWI: OX. :1. n). blax.ing lily of t : picture to went in and out of his habitation! ( ; when he of their forms. When a thirsty lion
1 U .. UnA-)1.; 1 1) lumbfiing carnage!!, annt !ince the hUtorie of American glory.
j j111'1'"
Acres of First Rate Land. J agt-s sailors received him tomes to water, he stretches oat his massive
the dre-id! : The as a
artillery. I thariightiungcoriis pleased.
I Cherni-'try :JlltI1'mrlwl1.IX} : MF.AXS.: I. I) ( which (i ASTON. '
-1I )(\.AClU: or LAND Fort .SALIT -.ituI I. btl'riL.jjt.: : 'llioi-Hpntitb; ; anl )-dic.d J UI i'pru- covered our arm- witll1! much glory and fiiend, and undertook to initiate him in the arms, lies down on his breast to drink, and .
L w utod i..11 Oounty, Florida six niid. a ''dcnc j I :March 2S, lS.-3. I I baI makes a loud lapping noise not to be mista-
<-, L 1' (jI)1.: I 1)) last: though not least in fame with! ila! hinsabres |! cti-toms of a sea-faring life. A little tin -
half iniles tii-rih of TaUhlno'M-e iu OIKof U lat > --- -- -- -
t'eigWjorl ood, in tLe Stat.. TliO Land i if first quality: 1 I I .Ob-tretio uvi:. M.I anJ). tliiou.ses e.f"m"11 and lnf.int., J.'A : } ruid fluttering guidon* like e.vdi-? i:1 Tee Pcs and the Lassb1 i I sin and spoon were given; hUI: which he carefully -!!! ken. lIe continues lapping up the water for
ln' Ci.rn *in1< CoUnt losi.-< pn'i'hill' advimtnofur 1 hut in his house and at meal times ; a long while, and four or five times daring
'i\ ready to dah! their ,
l'h ( .
1 up
'-i..l"zIIW, ] r Stuck, nJi und ( n' >\or ntir itl.rr j r1nutai..n; i iuth MILU-.R.M.1) '' 'lc the distributions of provisionswith the proceeding he pauses for half a minute, as .
I | ; ,IH' terriblyhorFftwii] of \Oltlt-:111 V.'fiat !;'rr"." await. went to 1
at) "n State.bargain.1 ntn Call anxiun an J (t,,i atil1'l'hand! : \\e will'"cf-itiuUiVull wt <]titr: ..l I[ Jn.-titutcs smJ 1'n.ctiei-j iledi.-h.e. 1. I). 1'ORD: I I led on by the! fii.-t t soldiYr of the army, the Sai.l.} the A.> :to tin! ; M.<. p. i.iy ili-j.Ioral! stale: : : the crew. It was funny to see him, es- 1 if to take breath. One thing conspicuous a.

about the j.rice. KOUUKT: ; J H. HA Ll_ j|i LJ Demon)) heroic; and cIidruustr.. i j Ci,1. niki-.l. ill-fed), :: ;periilly! in ti! morning, getting his basin I bout them is their eyes, which in a dark night
rater of Anatomy, I!. F. CAMPBELL, )d. | glow I like two balls fira.-Cumming's Hun-
.Tune4I3. 22 tf < IX : I had been detailed that day \\ith.i 'qund, | I I'-I""J' in u shcil. i tilled with collee, and t JJ"iltillg comfortably -
Where the folloW, wind and rain, come III onJi. my take his first local iu ter'd Life in South Africa.
of down
Valuable Plantation For Sale. Afifilslant !) mroll'-.tl'Jt'r. ROUT. CAMI'BELU I. dragoons! for especial M>i\ico i near the ptrson to company
t head. ,
In. of the (;lencral with his friends! tho cabin boys.
a so.-t of f Jl Dvl.ion antI the Preacher Wrestling
body guard or ) rl/ ; or -
rpHEubscrihorofffr f.M!' wile: his \ :\I.l'. lIlI: :::: CLINICAL LECTURES ii ill bi- tVlilarly \ .] regu- eilra All thl;* .lay dii 1 I 1'''' t Tuan acquired the habit of a gourmet while ; '
JL 1'LA l A TJO\ COXTA1X1NG aid-df-camp. A rattling, lii< of small with the Lord.-Josey 'Dobson was %
<;K( ACHES at the City )Io-pital.: and, \ jnnj.l.! "'l'l|",!- uiit: i. ; Jn yf.nl viih.ut ra"" ; and had !e- ,
It ill kit un ted twelve niiles: a-t of Talhihatln 1 will; l be atronleil} fir the t-tudy. of l'nwti':1lIa1"II!\'. :inn I tlt't -I't-rOl.tl with the heaw boom of What a pity tluit I Ivt* crf-tt-d ui :..-c Oil (board ; he drank wine, even fisherman, and a great wrestler; his great
twot-n thu SU An 'j. jKm: .l Miccn.ukii> r>nid:. nml aIjimt ., Fec-fitp the (' iir.! Conri-e..$100. C,111111111. soon told u3 that our ski :lIIi.IJCrs I |': come deeply! learned in the art of apprecia- : boast was that he could throw any man in

eiglitcm i fr.m 't Wioit, n<;.r the lr(+(.I.t. trtininationof Mattieulti: ,n 1iikt ((1111.l t.1..I1'.I''.). 5 ; \\C.1 C the I'lank Komi.! A en.ier: pait .fth.''. For fuitlivr 'artieuitJs, applv 1 toJ tin tire. \uth thf l'lt. oU'ered tim-tlnl' half full of champagne, the
laud l i i. first rate" hani'ii'K-k smd 1 j-s well kivvn asnt I I I J O.; M. :11'0I1J.: | Move up move up quick, till- (. forward! And they U.th l look as you do. eontinted I lull f.tt. i half full of claret. When he had a ( educated man ; he"took everything literally,
I he other
') of the bett cotton plantations in l con' ( 'Ulltv-, Julvjt.} 1RC3.i :; t7 column advance.almost r.t a trot. I Torvan. I '. Y."ir nW .i.t of woo!, f ;j not figuratively ; he despised. tropes or fig-
One hundred and twenty ucrc are ht ill uncleated, ) thai _.'- -. ----- -- ---.. a }battery there! Tbzdaik, niifclt.s: OJM-H 1 So !atic iiil full.ilai.cs ga! .s in each hand some one tiled to deprivehim i ures of stylo. .

uiuot be lieat ltii i w ;watered, Jitid iidtniralily'I;i Everything Necessary: and Useful. to the ri;!ht and left, at.d. with the speed oliwind I 'OmI tHu'll t.i be unieJ-ay, m"re than the of that containing the champagne. To On one occasion, daring the heat of sum-
lucated a* regards sucietv, ln.-injj in one of the lmituighbiii the defend hiniMlf; he hastily brought his disengaged f
..
hiK>JK iu the State.. It U nNn I'l a diiect line: T :1:1)1tlw: : onkr of tho. Ltv to nlnrt.i.eIwt the I light j aitilh-rv como thnndciing j I \\1. hand the which had bt'enst mer, Joseph was in New Orleans, pursuing

for the Central (II' the Savannah KS1 IJoad. A g' uddwelling I I J- one has for ht'<>. I wnn't try to cnuinciaUall or wloiig, drish: ahead, wheel into line, unlimbt-r, I "How) cnn yon prrtwl,1! : up to one his honorable calling, when a hot summer sari
house out housiit, gin house bud coicw, urc I half! }l-ut s-uiiO .T tIle It-iulif! article., like I ami bhue} away. 1 It is I a large hacienda cd- I' S.iid I.i. rwiTr Uwitins f'iwk zeJ hold of, and having, ''by a dexterous I proving too much for his constitution he was
the ] aud laatti.aI i Ja'! ">n, 1'oik. Lird: 1!:.<.}[ )Stiller I Chcr-to, !: I, recunuucud. effort, succeeded! in freeing it, he poured the
the i
on jtlace, )' ivery wav jn u< od 11l't :111utlll.io,, Miong as a foil in itself, To complain t Let me sih'iwe tu you taken with the yellow fever. In a little while i
rdcr, To U purcha.vr, tiuc will be jri\t-n if d.-.irl J. ilullet, bdf 11'1. Cod! J Ilili, )lo1a-"l'h, .Srnj1'Inur '\ and doubly I ; sparkling liquid into the glass of which he '
Jortifiid hero found himself in
with outworks 1 our a Charity Hospital,
\\'. G. ..lO.ELEY..Tun Saidiiifs, Pi 4, 1 Sr.:. 22 tf Porter. A lf'CidrVin..-s, Liquors, AcSucnr. I and rothjubjs of turf and s'.one: thrown across I' Coutinuc'l the Sheep, 'I' had undisturbed possession. who had I emaciated and shrunk 'up with disease a

-. + --_ -- Ct'flVc.. Tea.. llaihius. C'rucLeis.. . 4'. r|n._ >.). ,i And her eyes .\L: Just Received, 1'IJLIt{,cu, S.gars. (iliscliargos of round, ami grape I Bhot;; with:i the I "I: I'XP.ct-'ti1If1 f.vMTo <'- tried to deprive him ol it. doctor did all be could for him and finally'

A I.AltO" CJf Ale I''I ter and Chm-t Wiui'. Domestic and 1':111Dry Goods, sharp, searching fire of the hkiimW.ere: car-1 Irt ilr.i! !i.1-d fr ''> the ftabh, This act, so well conceived and so difficultto I told Josey he must seek his peace-"ith eav.j' .

May 6.1R- 3. 1 8 S.-S. K.N. 1<;HT. f-'I'-f lard 11",1 Pvt.IIIJ CJi1liiiig nllJ, St'.n- Ware, ned.the! works before the main bodv of f the I And to-inorrow, jHrhr.j} cut up fi-r the tul/le.! cxecutu, was followed by one no less and remarkable. en, by calling a'preacher.Accordingly .

Middle Ctrcuj Florida h Paints: Oik. and l Ship Store*, troops could arrive. It was rapid and deci-i! '.Now, you-with doeihty.Strength Tuan was among tho ropes, j' tho preacher was sent for, ,

IN LEOS CIRCUIT COUIlT. Furniture, Matni) wH, '.., I oI'e'ork, anl ovor i III, a few moments: the and chility- would not come down, in spite of my reiterated and like a goocLservant'of master, visited
; Plows, Cum Shl! it>, Straw! Ccttor t column pushed \\ 111i\'c some .Hurli lunger, iu all }prohahility."So orders. 1 showed him -fi glass of.bcer '
James B. nlltdH To Full Term t ( on without the man's hed. dl".
fllowin
1K5$. A1LII., r;rain Oradhi"! C,in Mill-". Iron, !;:..iKBlak halting, him to down to me. He poor ;
.
Va !I IJ"'nt '" tel.l% Auiuuut : I he ret i-eating f()(. \\ jib! yfrlu :11111 1 |hU7.7.as. I j.JJj no envy, 11 beg, to perfcuade come I Now," says the good man, ".ron .must
Smith nnd]
Planta
? lor'l *, ( s1s.r'a Carpcurufi I off rcd him
TaniM jinuich For I'll bit qjr looked while at what ,
an ? long
5 eworu to ?1UC4 Of). iKm Tools.In I j that was a mere passing the compliments of you a prepare for death; there *s no hope of your :
Jow-ph Dianch./ the You -nill carry the hpiuach" eat with my leg. then, trusting perfectly to \\ hat he saw, he "
short almost anything you may call for can be ,, morning, an exchange of cards it living.
fPHE Dcfnidant! MIl l n'l 01111'" will take n ofL "iV11 LA 1J 1) :. or in military parlance ns were, B; ls; ill Paris- took a rooe and with admirable precision directed nut what must I do ?I"
advanced "
,
an :
the iiiktitutionoftljc M-w 'I, guard Mrs. Jfarrir-t (
above
l 1.
suit alUicJumnt.nud Port 14 into the He then drew
y May 1853. II! thrown out the its end glass. mast wrestle with the Lord "
arc )hrrt-by notified to Hpjiearmid j.lcad to the -- -- -- -I- 1 L hv enemy, |to cover his real Worse and Wursr.-The refusal of Queen had into You replied'the ,
declaration, occordiiig to the iu! HUGH AttCHEK, Jr Clcik. I I On nccount of the House the liquid into his month, and, having Jacob of old."
Stafford
'00 CASKS fl0bb I :kluud Lime, for fale ly .' impracticable? fitato ,f Cabin, and the Idol share
Juj! 9,16&3. 27 Sm the sure of the flavor, hastened down to '
.
which What rastle with tho Lord said the
_. I IklAlltl. country, was oncu washed bv the into the royal presence appears to have been astonished
Middle- Circuit of Florida.! I. -New- --Port- -May- -14., 18"U. j j' bitter waters of lake Tezcuco but now" partially followed up by Louis Napoleon, in true imperial the beverage with me. of all the ofstuff Josey, looking, at his' emaciated i
--- Tuau took possession pieces
--- -- drained, and intersected by broad deep certain Mr. F-, in Paris, limbs, "rastle with these poor shrooked
LEON CIRCUIT COURT. Biscuit. and Cracker Machines. ditches with stiff stjbA his or clothing he found, and either threw i limbs! he would he would into .
hedged impenetrable to lionize Mrs. Stowe at .. Why trip,me !
Elizabeth Eke, Comnlaiuant, ) I-T & J- COLLUM.. iniuufi'-tni .f nor into tmall fit-Ids nnd mag- thought proper insecurity them over his shoulders or covered hU head perdition at the first !I"
the ccl- dreadful
( InClmncrry. Bill ( I planted *ith rank but oh the pass
residence ,
.
T L brati-d Hmeuit and own ; shirts :
Vm-kcr with them. Handkerchiefs, napkins,
o\_ 1' R.Jr. for Diy.'r.I Mnchini-P.! r.,0,1, in I I tall corn, and thick of Mr.. F.
-- ', Dfondcnt J we throughout the UllilC't! [ groves olire, we had of the man powerfLile! :
ono indiscriminately
Ktat l .
'r ', 16II\'ilig la'rtv made been unable or carpets, which came in bis way, were i Rancid .Butter.-A:French scieatzfio-joar
to the aatibfactjJQ of the Court .f. many imprwvwm-nU in their CoiwtnK-lki and' to make a clear and accurate in the act of taking our abolition '
bT opera- was used for this purposesVherever nal stages that the bad smell and taste of batter .
tamed V1tn'de dd' and filed in this 'aua. that tIe itLon tion, sonic of vhich lure been tc-curcd by t"itent and reconnoieance only found out their poMtion .- heroin out riding," the police made a into harbor, I broughthim be removed working it'
we put entirely by ;
t. Sc.1omon Whcrs are ill eonrnc Jf beiug may
SLaLo of Jlice Jr. rt'.idl.-'tI out (,f the bt-cured, do recommend from the fire. Mr. F. and all tho Frenchmen
Flfida: It it ord'r.tl, Th3ta ) i't Raisers and othi-rn who wish to purchase rnu.lt The descent upon clusters of bananas; the fruits were, over-with water mixed with-'chlorid* of lirao '
Jll'arill' the lu'rJ' rio hurried them
facta on CherubuFco wide
charged in aald biU for the baking business to examine II a and deep canal at his house,,, and sans ccrcatonic to tho officers Brusael
the of CI 1p1ajut filed, .had on wml cnnvasx (Ijo- placed with those belonging The discovery was :mad8b'* ;Ikr-
That Nooday a of te.g this, rtl.1 If October next: Pro"idt. fore purchasiii') the iiu-nts. of the di/Ti-rrtit, kinds of- intersects the main causeway from the off to.jail. This ought to suggest to the phi- the staff. Tuan bad leave to enter this sanctuary "mer, whose praetiee'it is to'take ,a sufficient,-
coPy order \Ie publihe4 in rnHchinc ; and should their verdict }be apaint-t ui, south, nt the hamlet( of fhernbusco. A tele- lanthropic lady the propriety and expediencyof Provided he
paper pnuted iSDoudn. TaUabnalett Borne Jews voRubtnit : at his pleasure. had been quantity of pare cold water to work it in,,.
before the day r.JJ' t.Le 'p'1Ue vf three ; but if favorable, we 'hllLlIf' ph-ascd to receive I de-Pont, btronglyij: fortified with ditch undrampart speedily quitting Europe in disgust How shown which clusters belonged" to him, and in it from 25 to 30 drops of chloride
arPiatd C"r etud their order* at our old plate <>f bii 'iucng. I and mounted with I had the professor: once put I
AT CIIAWBOIS Jul LearilJ" ( heavy ordnancein woult have been
V 8. well it
lSr.:1. H..tJ.MCLLUM) I ho respected the others till such time, as be of lime for every ten pounds of b ttr.- .
.A tror WAYLES fAKER, Judge. 40 illuridge StJ't1ctew York. embrasure, defend tho passngo of the I fulfilled his promised return to Boston by with the hud exhausted his own provision. After that: When it has been worked until the whole has ;
copy. May !l lR.'n.:; bridge. Long lines of infantry, cavalrjnd fn-btof ,June bringing madam along !
Attcit HCGU Aicniz 21. 20 Smo. he no longer went ostensibly and boldly in been brought in contact with water, its&oold !
: JI -- ,
C1 k. artillery are ranged securely behind tho le- Bad business this of lionizing among '
Ju1j 9. 1833. 27 Ice Superior Ice of tho 1dm. Paris in s'scla of fruit, but by stealth, crawling like a be worked again in.,pure water, when it will :
S Ql yea river; in front of their linos socialists and bloody reds of ,
covering the the committed he found to be when
larceny came as sweet
serpent ; up be u originally
FRESH of the COOL TRUCK faftvra of the ; and StOwe will learn, I
LOTS pvwipe right Hank Mrs.
SUPPLY or
A good .Cigar defending the ham these da 's.o doubt : .
ItUJ faster than'he had down.Why made. -
Au. of 40 dnys.) just receired which will again gone -
dersoD' Solace at be auld upwards )let, i is a Nunnery or Convent, surrounded by notwithstanding the,universal disgrace which .
low
Jane 4, 1653. oro. W SCOTT iCO'S. by the quantity at cwport.. LADD. hgi? walls loop-holed for musketry, and she has attempted to cast upon the institu rr: are lovers like young kitten*?- (e- There are many who iStIkith. .
2::! 'II' love of life for fear of deatL"
SCWPOI"t. June 1'6. HH 3. 34 crowded with ti oops. Such were their dis- ton of her own country, that after all there Because, they go it blind."



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:. '., .' : from tht Ocalu Mirror, Jvly 8 the Atlantic ocean with the Golf of Mexicoof I New Nations cl t civilization hundreds of Beminiicences of the Past tratiott Las occasionally douev r tftsm avowed

{1 Pronf of the JRa eTutiol: paramount importance to the people of I jfIonian' & $0ral.TALLAHASSEE yean, arouse fr sleep of ages, and is stretch out Meeting with the subjoined letter io one of our exchanges active Abolitionists a* t.be past Adniaistsaiioa fcalh!

:: 1 wit frm Eat and South Florida) and .tliat a road 1 their hands io t strength the inquiring for new spirit which over constantlygathering time and we are reminded by it of the inconsistencyof uallr did. It may not be right, whet HMD, who bar*

4 4; i County )Iecdn a number ofcofltiea in starting fro some point in Nassau Countyon : spice en these shores. : Who ,k-orP Iet limit! t> your those grumblers in the opposition "ranks who are wandered and floundered Lie a time io unpatriotic

,L Est and Floria a Ball' Road Con. or St Marys Harbor and terminating -_. just t approbation when tlt Atlantic is bridged with firing their pnp-guu squibs at the present administration courses, come cordially and repentantly upon the

I t ,I vcntion & O Friday the nr Tamp Bay, is the only proper SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1853. steamers to the shores Europe Rnd tnit,1; to t1ePcfe because of its opiK-intmict of a few who were for broad national platform, to welcome their return with

t t ;$t day of July, 1853, and WM organized by and true a it does all tbe by the States great' tnrou"hUe that wIl, of eventually steel lAn merly -Bamb-irners to office. The party to whicli tokens of confideoc. It may not be right on eattt. .

t: Mejor L. C. Games bing.cale t the advantages necessary for Ipee profit and TERMS.-Te Dollars fer annum, if paid ID Ihel, with all these advantages"ita -with all these these dissatisfied patriots belong! elCted tbe authorof as it is in heaven, to rejoice more over one sinner that

11 : Chair, who fully Hated object &e meet* eomfort advance; $8 BO paid within nx moL of the timeof I n t of the preent ana these anticipations of the this precious document to the highest responsibilities repenteth, than over ninety and nice which sited no

". 4t1. ::' Ig. te Resolved, That we will cooperate with subscribing; and 4 00 at the end ( te year. Ad-] future-tnd,le say. 'it all the 1voooa of powers and trusts of the Federat Government : repentance.

.. 1 t On motion D. Prorence, a commit. tbe existing Florida Rail Road company, upon I TertuemenU, One Dollar pertquareof liuesfor fiat, tins part- (:a we welcome tbl wo BUKFAI.O OCT. 27th, 1838. The policy may be M wrongas it is distasteful to
and CenU all
Cap fifty Co subsequent insertions. .4- me to from the nations of
1 iu' tee of tkre"' to select officers I the express understanding and conditionthat Doubeemtnfe of candidates, Five Dollars eaeb,.fcfyi !ie'I them U come I There grey in o room enough Enrop Sra :-Your communication! of time 15th inst, as the South. But right or wrong it does not lie in the t'

.i'j' to preside over this convention. they will coilsent to have the termini at r b paid i advance. Obituary aX1 room ia the hearts and io the homes of the Americanpeople Chairman of a committee appointed l by the Anti- mouths of the Southern Whig supporters of the Fillmore -
Relu. "
+ ;" chairman' as that com. the points above designated-St. Marys out. Notce not lnea will be ; and there is wcrk and food enough for all The Slavery Society of the county of Erie. ha"just come administration to question it. It is not we t -
: Te appointed to baud. You solicit answer to the following interrogatories
-" let and gratis. certificates of publication of estate moment they enter kito the brotherhood of American my for the admirers
of Webster the
.Tampa Bay. te ,
uNo of
!
supporters
I rt o. or of will given I freemen they cease to be citizens of other : u.
t '. Capt. Provence of. Marion, Hon. E. J. Resolved, That i is the opinion of this antil the advertising fee any description b they bear their share of the burdens cnunWII.an 1st Do you believe that petition to Congress on Tubwit and the allies of Seward, to thank the tori;

l.:j t"' Knight of Heniando, M. Post Esq. of Hills- conventon., that section of country and i pad -- ----- share. of the blessings common t all in this L'p I the subject of slavery and the slave trade ought to be like the Pharisee, that they are not u other men'are.
I
q 4 : borough; who retired fur a few moments, and i should not subscribe to the The President' Trip to New-York. py union. received, read and respectfully considered by the representatives Of all the parties in the world, of all the men ib the
of the
It is this truth that invokes against all sehiounat- people
?.$ 1 on returning reported: Florida Rail Road, or any other already Pitce'l trip from "Washington to participate ic organizations not strictly Americifn us and that destroys 2d. Arc you opposed to the annexation of Texasto world a little charity for other people's shortcomingswould
: That in confoimity with their doty they chartered, except upon conditions that one of Peaident this Union under circumstances long become Southern
t & the opening ceremonies of Crystal Palace the claim that ours is a nation governed by men any so as Whigs most O/all the Dt.
,f have selected the Hon. Wm. McGabjigin of the termini be Tampa Cay. \0 of one race alone. No single race of men eau boUt slaves are held therein I blahs that were ever contaminated ly evil associations
b Marion as President, Hon. E. J. Knight, of Resolved That a committee of seven be at New York, was a continued triumph from the Cap that t them alone is humanity indebted for such a 3d. Are yon in favor of Congress exercif all the they are the hut that -
should
itol the end of his journey.. At Baltimore be wa all nations into one constitutional power it pr"sessrs to abolish the internal very presume to
of
0 this. It i the fusion
.t Hernando C. Q. of HilUborough, appointed by the president of this convention country as il throw stones.
Crawfor i met at the depot by immerwe multitude of cItizens given to us the attitude we nowccupy, aol slave trade between the State Adversity may have purified defeat
lb ns Vice ) John G. who are hereby authorized to offer a a "iour 4th. Are in favor of immediate legislation for have subdued
Prsidents you may despair have
nominate and a beautiful of the milifkry of that city, that has crowned our enterprise with success may sanctified them
d t l .' Reardon, and Arthur P. Marion, : conditional subscription of two hundred and very array own experience is this. All races have contributed the abolition of slavery in the District of Columbia !II thoroughly in the course of four months it '
the
unanimously fifty thousand dollars which to by whom they were escorted t BA:1a's Hotel prooft .. ships am much engaged and have no timo to enter intoan ; yet they
: .t ; as Secretaries, which report was ( we pledge to the population th now crowds your have not, with all. a little for sins
President riding a superb whit horse. was and educates argument, or to explain at length reasons for I charity which hi
1 concurred by.the Convention. raise of Alachua) to the stockholdersof upon le builds your citiei. sits in your councils my "
sout and opinions. I shall! therefore content for the prosperity they were themselves 80 much addicted
my myself to
; named of the Florida Rail Road with the most enthusiastic cheers and plaudit your ehildren. ''he hardy sons of New England, .
The above
gentlemen proceeded to geete
t company tide present by answering Al.!. Tora mitiROGATORiES ix they but "
with the are brass
the descendants of as sounding ,
mingle or
a
the At BARXUM'S stand had been our pioneers tinkling cymbal.
a )
.. fill the stations assigned them. who are to assemble at Jacksonville on the along rue. that flows in from nations' until all characteristics disappear TilE AfFiRMATivE and leave for some future occasion, The administration
professes to be actuated in all
I Te Hon. W m. McGahagin in a brief ad. 12th indo if they are disposed to co-operate erected and handsomely decorated, upon which the before the progressive and courageous spirit a more extended di-vusoKn on the subject its appointments in all iu domestic with desire
a -
t s the Convention for the honor with the views we have here set forth. President ascended. He was introduced t the vast that animates the citizens of our own country and protects Veiy rspeetfully.Your policy

.j j thanke upon himself and ass ciates. Resolvedfurther, That if the existing company multitude by Mayor HOLLINS, and made a bie but our free institutions. And now my fellow coun- obedient servant. to consolidate the Democratic party upon the

t .l I On motion of M. Post, of Hillsborough, a refuse to co-operate with this section of exceedingly felicitous address in which he thankedthe trymen. once more I thank you tribute for which this brilliant and to Mitta, Esq. Chairmen.MILLARD FILLMORELW. The broad national platform of the Baltimore Convention.
extraordinary .reception, a you pay enquiry propounded in all appointment to office
: of East and South Florida then country, we will throw ourselves upon our people for the enthusiastic reception be bad received This. .
cal was our heaven favored Union, in the person of your representative letter with all iU obnoxius features has never is, IS the cordial of that
appointee a platform
1 tf by counties, when it appeared that del. own internal and rich resources, apply for in their beautiful and prosperous crty. in the Presidential chair. been retracted by Mr. Fillmorc. It was as fresh in I supporter

-iA egates from Marion, Hernando and Hisbor.t our own charter and build our own road. At Philadelphia the same cordial welcome w.'ex.tended The President was frequently interrupted with tbe 1852, when iu author received thirty-four ballots for There is no inquisitorial investigation of the -I
Which received read and debated finally plaudits' of the audie. times particularly past, either in South Carolina or New York. If the
t ough answered. was ; him and thus on to New York
through President
4 ft when it excited thrill of enthusiasm
as in
t t a
when almost
he referred to our comnurcc, the cheers were i citizen of the one or the other State has receded from
.t' On motion of E. J. Hart of HilUborough, when the question was put I shall this Burlington, Bristol, Bordentown, Trenton, and New deafening. the "Anti-Slavery Society of the County of Erie" in his extreme views, and the

4 l the delegates! then came forward and deposited preamble and these resolutions be approvedand ark, New Jersey at which places briff, appropriate 1838. It Mr. Fillmore ting not supported cordially national
stamps as only a
!t" decided in .American Conuecr.IIunt's Merchants' platform, be is recognised as a national Democrat, j
Magazine -
J 1 their credentials with the Secretaries, and adopted was unanimously and eloquent speeches were made by the President Freesoiler, but on Abolitionist, for whoever is "io favor and the aberrations of the
: their namesr-the tho New York he received for July, the highest commercial authority in the past are forgotten and for
,
:. ., following being afrativt. Rt-ncLing was at Castle Gar of immediate legislation for the abolition! of slavery
t. rrgltr president of the committee proceeded den'by the mayor, who welcomed him,in behalf the country, gives interesting statistics, ami epese in the District given.We
of is alwlitionistYet
., t. Hillsborough County, Madison Post, C. L. under the 4th Resolution to appoint the fol. City, in an appropriate speech, to which the President hopeful opinions of the commerce of the Union the Columbia an believe that the country _ilf not'fu1d"Cault with

S t tS Frieble, E. J. Hart, H. C. Bellows, C. Q. lowing gentlemen to attend the meeting of replied as follows : With the ROth of last month ended the fiscal year Southern WLigs, who are horrified at the appomtmcnt this policy ; but they will expeet.it to be.executed in

Crawford. the stock holders of the Florida Rail Roadat 18 :-3. The Magazine thus states the imports and of Barnburners went pell men into the good faith. They look to the animus of the administration

Hernando County, E. J. Knight Jacksonville on the 12th July inst, viz : I thank TiE for the PRE8IDETr'kiud and 1 BPZECH. exports of the Union duri that, and the three pre support Fillmore, w itli the sins of (this detestable more than to isolated appointments If the motivebe .
C. Crawford and John Jackson of you patriotic cxprrsMonc letter still unrepented of. The Barnburners were good will not much for the
Q. they care appofnt--
i Marion County : with which you have received me. For the first tinw ceding fiscal years ening respectively June 30 : very .
.1 .t' Jas. Thompson, Wm. Miligan, Hillsborough.E. I address withiu their own borders, the citizens of the Imports. Exports. never anything more than Free-Soilera---Mr. Fillmore ment; provided the appointee be a national man, and .

I f'., Thos. Williamson Wm. Connell J. Knight, and M. C. Peterson of Her. Empire: City, now, beyond all controversy. the com I860 1178,138.318 |151.898,720 superadded abolition to Lis freesoilism. If therefore, continues so white in office. satisfied of a bonajldt .

nando. mercial metropolis of our blessed Union. The rapidity 1851, 216,224.938 the Whigs could reconcile it to their consciences to intention, on the part of the administration judiciously
John M. H. T. Mann
I Taylor sir, with which New-York has to so com 18,3S8,0I make Mr.
A. Waterman and D. Provo ain F. President, who "as more objectionable
J. G. Reardon and
1852, 1 1 ; I honestly pursued to strengthen, extend and
S K. C. Morrison, A. Waterman, mantling a position as one of the mot important rit- 212.613,282 209,641.625 >
'j Irby Roberts, J. A. Badger, ence of Marion. ies upon the globe, l11 no parallel in history.". Already 1853, 253,000,000 2-0,00,00 in these respects than the chief of tl j Barnburners consolidate the national Democracy, they will excuse

t .t: David Provence, B. G. O'Bryon. On motion, Resolved, That the proceed. the enterprise your merchants, the genius of The totals for the just expired are not official, upon what principle is it that they now roll up their reasonable share of Northern appointments distasteful -
of this Convention be in the hip builders, the during spirit of vast trading year and utter such dolorous at of President the .
; :. ,;: Wm. R ings published your your but are based upon well known The writer fur- eyes groans some to South and of Southern appointments distasteful
,. McGabaginViay brt8 Florida Mirror, and that the Newspapers of marine, are beginning to make you firxt in the Cacs. 'appointments! Would tl.ey not do well to the North.
t, 8. S. Buron, C. Rogers, market of the world. my countrymen-here ther says that if the exports have reached, as stated,
East and South Florida be requested to le.re to consider the charitable injunction : Let him that
F. N. Foy, J. M. Mcintosh, -will the of commerce keep the $240,000.000, we may safely reckll the balance cf -
i t accounts of the nations of the earth. without sin cast the first stone ?I" or have they no Consul to Alexandria.Mr. .
Simeon Helvenston Wm. D. Branch, trade to ;ia favor for the
I copy.On motion, this convention adjourned sine Near the spot on which we stand there are striking b considerably ou ; apparent regard for consistency or respect for public opinion I Edwin de Leon, formerly one of the Editors of j
.: T. MeHall, Rev. Wm. excess of imports will be than
ROJal die. whid mark the amazing n>pi"lii'r of <'la lore compensated Again. Another man-Daniel Webster the Southern Preu, and recently appointed Consul I
pints
L. C. Gainw, J. G. a city. On the opposite side.of Bowling by the large freight I lusts; a great n of which: -was a
I .$i'I MCGAHAGIN, Pres't. prnp.rti idol of these whom General to Alexandria in Egypt, sailed from New
I On motion of C. L. Frieble a committee of \\11 Green, if I am not mistaken, ,ttun : one of the comparatively are on American account, and that rte conspicuous indignationwla they
J. KNIGHT, tle anxious to elect station. York on the.lost trip of the Baltic en route for tLe
to On
few edifices erected J prior to It is, I were a high a memor.
and business I70. of freight, and the amount of
six appointed to large !
was
J prepare report C. Q. CRVFORD- believe, the only one remaining of (: hrick. I passenger money ble occasion iu ISIS, this same Danie used the folt field! of his duties. The New York Httald says, that J
.' for this convention which consisted I paid by emigrants on the other and drawn I
is reverend relic of How[ lie t L tt
Vice President a a past age. iurlrile.1 possibly t lowing language towards these identical Barnburners In addition to the ordinary functions of a Consul
; I of Capt. J. M. Taylor, Waterman and L. JOHN G. REARDON .the young men of the present day if for by American ship owners, will swell the amount
Mr. De Leon is with of
| We quote it to show that that faction Lad not charged a margin diplomaticauthority
a principle
.( C. Gaines Marion : M. Post and E. J. A. P. WRIGHT I.ecys. they were fully to realize that six years after its erection of exchange t a sum more than sufficient to meet the j jiinportc. t 1
S a.* Hart, of Hillsborough, and Hon. E.JJ.! Knight S the waters of North River flowed almost to its which was original with them : they filched every which considering the present relation of

of Hernando. foundations ; and that far north of where throe gleat The writer further says that the of[, thing from the Whigs. Mark this remarkable Turkey and her dependencies to the rest of the world .

M. Whit Smith from Columbia parallel streets IW with activity and enterprise, staple products language of the Great Expounder: he may be called upon to exercise. A gentleman .
,; delegate
On motion, CaplProvence, J. G. Reardon, was the sandy lauding of then free both the South and Wtbt have been unusually abundant
and Wm. Royal, were added to said com I County, with written proxies of S. L. Ni- and uncircum :ribed river.Laf upl'lbtt it I i", at this aud commanded liberal prices; that the merchandize -I .A party baa arisen among ns, calling itself tie however, of talents education, and experience, we'I I

T mltet. black, Win. B. Ross James M. Baker, and period to realize that the limits of the city at that date which has been fold by city merchants thro Free Soil party. The assumption of such a name by have little fear of any indiscretion to the country- or

I On motion of Dr. W. J. C. Rogers Gen. Jesse McClaren, having arrived soon after rxtt-nded not beyond Murrav-strert, and that there this party reminds me of a joke mad> by Swift, or himself,in the exercise of the discretion which is at- "
the interior, has been paid for xcith furmerlj "
were even within that boundary vacant promptness some other }humorist on a person who had nude nut r tabbed his To be lurelll'
many to onrI
t the of the convention but I.t. responsible pcsiuon.
I John Scott Marion and Col. James Mc. adjournment not
1 and that the population hardly exrerdJd twenty thou unknown to the trade; and (nat the countrywas a very tasteful use of a Latin phrase .
r t Kay of Hillsborough, (not being delegates) in time to take part in the proceedings has sand. Shall we speak of the future I< How can never rk-h as Dufce et nalale tolinn. I Lite contest on the slavery question be was an ultra

we requested to act and co-operate with the skico carefully examined the action of the when we revert to the calculations of really \u-enifii a- -atlrcsent line words: I wonder where lie srote( ,*em. I in support of Southern rights ; but that fact will be

committee. convention and fully. approves the same.J. of the past, who, if I am nut i.ilftfw,1.! built tin- The Wa'tntl.n Union repudiates the New York Really the exclusive appropriation cf the name of rather to his advantage than kU prejudice among the' "

G. REARDON north wal of the City Ual cf brick, bocau-.e.. !it I'ott and the Buffalo Turks and Egyptians, who recognizo slavery as an institution
The Convention requested the committee Sec'y- al th> l ( Ectniny llr public as democratIc Free Soil by this p rt!. was a very toM proceeding
was t presented lnlp < 11"tl.,1 .Ii"trc sheet. and : .! i Tic luivf crt lu inJI ttoliti thr teiili>nf> thei descended to them from Abraham and -
to report at 3 and 1-2 P. M., t which time the exterior ftf pect on that tide wa of slight cons- : f.rI31rea. !them: out i/ftbe democratic i ttjrc/m tmotfone1
. ; .l-: a recess was ordered The Vicinity of the Crystal Palace- quence. I party. The (,'I'UI xt"The \ s- Whig* ; iMv.ua clear case of petit "1 7 re1J y..' Are I.I.I t : by the Prophet. In a word, we shall be disappointed
., | these meu better lovers of !liberty than "e are No!
.. :' 31.2P.M. A New York Correspondent gives the fol. How far is it at this moment south i>( the centre of! : : n'm.'mU) jwirty has suffered more tr<*m ifaawtriaiion I We are as good liberty men and antislavery men as I! if the mission cf Mr. De Leon does not result ;

opiilatK(. wealth an'L' enterprise: In 1S2B( your city f.r a few years pat than fn.J its open they profess to rx. themselves. commercially and politically to the advantage
the
The convention assembled, when the com lowing glimpse at surroundings of the I hardly exceeded HO, 0ie than 1 enemies. One of the great objects of the cumpiomi'e. I' n'it what i i" th historyf this so-called Free-Soil of our country:?

.,1j. mittee reported what follows : Palace : Lulf million ofmN.. In that :year I rt-uicriibfr toba'e i which was tfT.of'h'cl in the Baltimore Convention in party ? Whv. ju.t this. Some year II zo a schism
The committee appointed to examine into I TYis is Palace week-that in to heard my father, on LM return from X cw-York 18V2' was that for the future the patty might I he re- broke out in'the Democratic party of New York.- Appointment of Consuls.
Crystal after Lis \isit here, to the close '
all business, and matter suitable for the action this is the week the Palace is expected the frt his lbf.qUCIt (If lievfii! from all ronnertioii with th'*e quiai Democrats This widened by degrees, and at length Mr. Van Bu- The following list of Consuls is announced as ha viug .
say r?' amazement at
oluti'o express growth I huiiiied! iMlowthip with us, but who
te were coti- himself at the head of the smaller
i. of this convention after as much deliberation all 'change the Still, at that T'rookh ren put portion. been appointed by the President previous to his visit
to I open. Accordingly, is hurry and an city. time.< ; Iota illy fuMli"hi.lI ; material l to our enenu'e* with which When Sila1* Wright wus nominated a second time for I
<' a the time allowed them would permit, bustle up in neighborhood. The board. which \numbers more than one hundred] thousand to .iM-ai! u*. 'llc\C't' Yoik Evening Post and the Governor of New York the two parties had become to the Crystal Palace:

.;J beg leave to report. ing houses are in a state of great excitement, souls was eCnparalivel. a village, and riding on i BuT.iln Kc-public! belong to that vas-' of hangers-on to very hostile to each other, and assumed the rival Lima-J. Caleb Smith of California; St John's P.

J H That the convention being represented by I fixing accommodations, and the city railroads ; horseback }Iof.tun. he foiiud standing ]- I jthc Doniwrutie party \\hoonil under democratic colr. -,I names <>f Hunkers and Barnburners, which appellationthey R-John Parsons, of Florida ; Ma1'8emel-Samuel
up a portion of the on but who ,
Heijrht.
building Brooklyn 'MI > are ill reality the worst enemies of the continue to boar to this day. It there-
4 .. few counties owing to the non-attendance of every trip are literally loaded with humans I which he had run up the American ensign upon the i I party. They are al)*>litioni!t ii fict, and yet claimI.KJ i I from that the chim in the Democratic appears party is of Dinsmore, of New Hampshire; Glasgow-Philip T.

I j \ delegates, and as a general expression of opinion from the country, going up to get a evieuution of the city in 1783. I to derr.oerata, they Lave furnished the main rather long !tandn: There was on actual outbreak Heartt of New York; Genoa-E. Felix Forest, of

4't. cannot be given bythis body for all of glimpse of I the elephant." }'ru1 the first t date Ihave: named, 1770,to this hour. grounds upon! which the "Whig* have kept up their i'years ago among them and all this befoi e any other New York; Elsineur? B. Wells, of New York ;

1 : Eat and South Florida, your committee are The man that exhibits the pig with MX die history of this city has been the hi"Wy of peril warfare. We de 'm it our duty to our party to repu- question of Free Soil niose in that quarter and beforetime Leith-James McDowell of Ohio; Manneheim-J ba
; confined -tic devotion to jx.pular rights and p"pulr[ libcl- diate all sympathy or connection with them, and, as Wihnot J'ro'jso (>r opposition to slavery as a
exclusively to the and any St. de Coba-Stephen
opinions of Jago
sentiinents legs is making fast while his That for time the ScbertT Maryland ;
neigh- a ;
r money during renh.tiunlr6tru far a'our influence goes, to denounce thrm as obolitionicts -| principle. Down to the period of the anuexai -
i of the counties Marion, Hernando, bor, the chap that shows the mammoth oxen, another ensign than ours floated hero it no rjnme of mortification sailing under Democratic colors. They havenever .I lion party<>(Texaa, all the Democratic paity fillowedthe! Cochran. of Pennsylvania; Sumatra-Commercial Agent -

t. ; and Hillsborough, which we endeavour tort in a" ranch" near by, says he has made ; it was the foitunc of war, and in our weak stood upon the creed adopted by the j party at I I I I party doctrines, and went for the annexation slavery Robert R. Purrs, of Sumatra. '
give with as much brevity as the subject will more the few days than the and embarrassed condition unavoidable. But the sun Baltimore 1852-they do not now recognize that I j I I extension and all. The opposition to this measure
..I admit of. money past orig. of the 25th November, 1783, rOe here f-.r the last creed an the test of en1Ucral'v-aud for that reason i proceeded in the first instance solely from the WLi P3. The B'V. Dr. lees.-The Church Herald has been
inal cost of the animals. The rattlesnake time upon the rule of a foreign power and the anniversary it i is an utier jiervenion of language and a slander! upon j I say, the Whigs alone for it is notorious that nobody furnished with a letter 'Written by a member of the I
; The last General Assembly' of the State of monger is also in ecstacies, as is also the of that day is remembered by your "SOl!of our party to call them D mocrats. They do not else; either in the East West North or South raiseda

.." Florida, passed an act incorporating a company woman who shows up the giant babies" at liberty" with the same ptriot feeling: thAt the great deserve the respect due to open and avowed abolition finger against it. If such an effort was made it Episcopal church in North Carolina to Bishop Green i

; J. I to construct a across the three cents national anniversary of i is regarded by the journals; for, whilst their abolitionism is their ruling was so inconsiderable that it attracted no notice till which states that "Mrs.Ivej will return home with

4 Peninsula of under the style of the flows D peep.in little around and people of our common COUDtr. How are YOU, men characteri, they prove themselves dishonest in pro- by the l'fforllof the Whigs, the people were roused her brother, Dr. Hobart he having received notice
: forida Grog oceans al of eWe York, to show your for the: past ?f- fesMiig to belong to a party w hioli they know j to sense. of their danger, and a feeling opposition to would be ordained
Florida Rail from the Pope that Dr.lves priest
4IW Company"-under that about, a if in opposition to Croton wa. How are you to make mOlt of the present I How are airs all !sympathy or fellowship with rl''utll'l|j the extension of slave power. Then, and not till then
,: charter enough has been subscribed to insure ter reservoir, near by. Then there are you t secure all the noble promise of your futueI This is the right kind of talk. It i is what we have the Barnburners seized upon this branch of Whig doctrine in the summer, and could no longer be considered her

.;" iU organization, and the prospect bids (nir'f dance houses, and places where the little jo. You will keep high your standard of been wanting to see since 1848, and we hope that the ;t: and attached it to their policy. merely to give husband. v ,
it will in due time be and morals, because all apparent ad1nncemeot them a certain predominacy over their rivals. r
tat termini the completed.Vih ker is going all tho while, relieving the green prove fallacious, and weakness will b lubtituted wi f.r democratic press all over the country will do just as r Originally.. therefore the Barnburners had no Visits of the President to SAc Department. is \

: proper importance 'uns of their ready money and laughing to strength whenever, as n people, we eea reverence the Union has done-repudiate the Putt and all other -l more to do with the doctrine of Free Soil than with stated in the Rapublie. that President Pierce pays 1,.
cannot be estimated, as a highway of travel l, scorn the praiseworthy exertions of the A. and bumble dependence look to the source of I the of or anti They only --- II.;
1( t sheets which refuse to abide the Platform of 1852. question masonry masonry. weekly visits to the Departments drops into the offices .. .
a route for commerce, as a transit for all and all wisdom. You will educate [ it the Hunker .
: a merican Society for the Suppression of Gambling. power your adopted to secure an advantage over I his time '.
for
and
heads of bureaus as will .
:;r troops (in case our country should be at children in the belief and conviction that you have neither Xfif Paper*.-It is said that Edmund Burke, Mr, But having appropriated this just sentiment though. of so

: fr, war,) as a thoroughfare for all that interests As for the Palace itself power nor perseverance, nor security nor liberty. Polk's Commissioner of Patents will commence the j i I still retaining all the rest of the thirty-Dint articles of permit makej himself acquainted with the busineeaand
S a gentleman of except 8 you constitute one of the members of this: 'I the Loeofoco creed, they now call upon the Whigs ofMassachusetts practical operations of the several coordinate
:. : the human family, it is second t none of im. the Press, who visited the interior this morn. vast and now universally respected confederacy. publication of a new paper at Newport, N. II, on the i to enlist t under them !-I had almost wh'ch

.. s,:1 portance tba has yet been projected in Aroerica ing, says the picture presented is one of superlative You will f"tt everywhere the living action, efficientsentiment let of August, to be called the "OM G unrd." Mr. !'I I said to be subsidized by them only to give them the branches of the Government practice everybody I
lead the
and which will
j I \ while your committee refraint confusion and chaos. Boxes and that under the Providence of God these Burke will support the Administration, but will combat j i ascendancy in New York politics For one. I proposeto will commend, peopleto

4 i from expressing a deep and lively interest in bundles are piled from pit to dome; and great blessings may only b enjoyed under the pres"eut the local Democratic Press, and the President'sinfluence d.> no such thing. I d-> not like the service. believe that he 'Will endeavor to take care that
., its construction deem it up constitution. You rer.emL'r'ourltlve.. '.[t remind I I repeat that this Buffalo platform this collect of 'the laws be faithfully executed." t
'
; they a duty involved the trumpery from all nations" that lie others that wise e aitution with the New Hampshire Democracy. Mr. I I the Barnburners, contains no new thing that is good ;

; i upon them to express their firm convictions scattered all about the entrances, makes one Men who knew what independence coat, B. is a strong man, but has too much of old Benton's if )has notfiiny new tcA/fA the Whigs of the Middle lox, the Washington correspondent the Baltimore -

') as to what is the proper points that should wonder where they are going to put itandto their own suffering and in their prvto and trials obstinacy and self-will to get along peaceably. He I I I and JV'oi them States might not adopt. But it is goiug Sun says: aGerm. -.i -.

:r 1..i1'' be selected" to connect the .Atlantic with wonder the more especially, how theyare of that their families and friends they ba paid a part of will be engaged in a continual warfare with those of too far for that party to ask the Whigs of Massachusetts "- Almonte, the Mexican Minister, baa unequivocally -

R ;:.- the. Gulf.. .. ... going to create any sort of order out of Ti.expense.. UrAt. Trnlifl1. 0'... I'". .fnrynt... Pt.t_ _: hill-- nartv who ,nresume to advocate- some- other__n_ nprann-.--- I u to carry that matter into their State election. denied as I learn on the part of his Government .;'
w that the
;, ;_ In doing tins we wi frt view the Allan so much disorder, by the 14th. calid; only(* for-*all l the*MW wisdom.UMltlllJ but for Pill icthou pa for high I -official honors iu preference to himself& The I i furm We contuint well know nothing gentlemen in relation, to Buffalo ISis matter plat' all the statements the so of strongly Santa Anna made m raising a few-: '.' .'
tic and find have but weeks as to purpose
coat, we one conception of the wisest body of men the world 1I.i1lloon be not meet the and the
pint New Hampshire Democracy divided into vhieh duet 'approbation. unqualified and to his ot stile intentions towards tin .
: that affords all the requisites of a safe A Whig Question Answered had ever yet seen in council. If there are those at the Burke and anti-Burke factions just ain Missouri theyare approbation of the Whigs of the Northern troop, These as rumors come to us from Cuba and ..
1 A commodious harbor of access and sufficient The Southern Pierce present day who, having never made for their States.. country.
,
easy organs tell us that sacrifices cut known as Benton's and anti-Bcnton's. A also from old Spain. It is well that the story of tbe
the have,of ease, dollar sad state
t i);. depth.of water to admit ocean steamers the New York barnburners, is going for one moment of you personal danger,a,would break of incme,the I affaire will be the result Such (remarks the Richmond Enquirtr,) was the alliance of the two powers in hostility to the United.

; 4 and large ships-that harbor is St Marys Pierce, took their stand upon the Baltimore foundation on which we have so prosperously and up securely Another new is to in language of Webster. It belongs to the history of the States is not confirmed. ,

::1.. -next >. torn t the gulf and along the entire platform, and acquiescing in the Compromise.Does stood ; the bis of our hppwe at he and on the 1st of paper appear under the WashingtonCity i country. It is a portion of the ln'stOry.c the Whig The Presidenf. Tour.-The Washington correspondent

I coast of the I Mediteranean of America" it look as if they are acquiescing in the our respect abeed-4he- & pledg ..that September auspices of i party. The Whigs of tbe South, who cannot tolerate of the Baltimore Sun ,_ .. "
saya
are no superior to those of Pensa- we expect for those 'h.re t come after it i t Beverly Tucker, of Virginia, to be called the "Washington Barnburners to collector- '
when of
ports
ter Compromise a portion of them in the that they in 1 the thought appointing The tour of President Pierce appears.to me to U -
col and Tamp Bay and whilst these three New York General Assembly! vote directlyagainst b bop limited.ae oumbr,and their sphere in the Sentinel. What object its establishment is ships and postmasterships, made Fillmore President. as apropos as was that of Washington in 1790 or of

1 can by the iron band of. the execution of the fugitiveslavelaw constitution of your country I tere nt consistent provisions with your intended to subserve, does not appear but it has been and made Webster whose anti-slavery sentiments Monroe in 1820-21. General Pierce's object may be, t i

c pint for a less sum than any others and the rest, to escape voting at all, fly views of principle or expediency, remember that in the said that it is to be made the organ of Young Amer. were stolen by the Barnburners, his Secretary of like that of his predecessors to conciliate public sentiment ':
: nature of things that instrument could have had ica." Its existence: will be but brief. No or rather to confirm and celebrate UK restoration .
of the
distant in the only can the
same importance U. at moet
(I ) : from the hall if the devil were at their paper State. They are now throwing stones, '
8 its in and after and dangerous public
origin
compromise, remember too tbU live in of harmony, long
,
without
: States if not the world, is it not a suicidal back t"-Louisville Journal. will b faithless to honor and common you Washington Government aid-as wit- furious rate, at the Administration, to/appointing men agitation. Mr. Monroe/a tour North and South was

C j: policy in the people of this state to throw a. answer to the foregoing, and to all t enjoy the prvilre it confers bonestyif, and seek you ness the fate of the Southern Press, which at the time to offices who are not as good free-soilers as Webster ia celebration of the establishment of"the eta Cjw t

tj way this boon of providence and seek toaggrandize such interrogatories and insinuations, emana.ting avoid, if any, the imposes.It t of its suspension actually bad the largest circulation or Fillmore. Websler never spoke more truthful feeling." Mr. Pierce may also claim to have aidSJ n

i4. other states, other capitit other from and all such Southern cannot b accepted in parts; it is a whole or of any paper at the seat of Government. We should words than when be claimed for the WLjg party the the rescue of the country from party and sectional

; the sacrifice of te nothing, end as a whole, with all the right it secures like much to see a in agitation. _ _ _
)1 : people to own-your Whig presses, we submit the resolutions a- and tbe duties it requires, it is maintained. paper Washington fully up to invention-the propagation and the maternity of Free I.

committee are apprehensive that the .signs dopted in the house of representatives of the I accept these honors as tb your sacredly servant with a the times, but independent in all things-censuring Soil doctrines. He never spoke truer words than An old friend of the Sctt**.-** find. the & ,

a& of the tiroes" warrant such a (ear, and would New York Legislature by an overwhelming) thankful heart but I bear with me, at the same time, and praising where condemnation and praise are due. when be declared the division between Barnburner ling significant paragraph' ID the Ant.Sttvtry.

gladly direct the minds of theirown hunkers" a proud consciousness that by your free and unsoughtchoice Such a paper might drag out but Doubtless the reverend -
; our people t majority of and barnburners. I also an existence no organ and Hunker Democrats, in New Yark, to have arisen Standard ottb.e 1e b instant: i'
rQr The barnburners repel such allegations in am your repreaenttivt charged with the dieconnected from the powers that be, can live, looks back with peculiar satisfaction to
al care of your interests your..honor. I out of other differences and causes than the shivery libeller
.4 Take into consideration the important fact this emphatic language .We cordially encouraged and strengthened in all my hop t promote b without contributions from the private purses of its subject: and that the Barnburner Democracy took up the part he took in seeking to defeat the election of '.

tat the three named. pr art the only ones firm our aAm t and faith in, th af the one, and preserve uule the other, by friends. Mr. Beverly Tucker will discover this, after the Free Soil Shibboleth, stole it from the Whigs" that prwlarery Hunker Frank,Pierce : I

'! J14 Florida .h.r nature baa ciples policy th Deai party neb countenance and your part a a fear his wisdom teeth shall hare been cut with which to beat down Rev A. T.'FOII" labours excite a deep interest,
an as a temporary expedient \
less and faithful exercise of the .
all that is to fUDtiona committed Massacbasetts
is of the
given necessary He
eon.titut commercial the a* set forth expressed in the t adversaries. The fact ia Mr. Webster wherever he goes. an Agent
r emporiums of the magnitudeviewing .- resolutions the National Democratic Convention memaymeriLMr. Kentucky-The Hon. Linn Boyd baa been nominated their Hunker as Anti-Slavery Society, able. zealous and devoted. j.iJU .
of Mayo-T.Empire City and this Empire claims, that the Northern Whig party is the original -
by the Democrats of the first
and
t; ,tiss climate, profitable nominated Franklin Congressional Disr
p al pro. which roxPHJCSXDBNT. State, exemplifications of the
'% j, doetiooe U eoperfor any portion of oareonfedertej WE HERKBY Pie word adopted ar your Has it never tlai trict, i Kentucky, fur re-election. Mr. B. has served genuine, Free Soil party of the Union. Fillmore Preyw ill WAfts w-Tbe Christian pi4. J
THE mot *
learn that the Pe
Adams was a will be to
I ; knowing that we hare within SANK AS'OVK AN OW From Us affinities and t yon sir, that thejhand has inscribed "Excel. in Congress many years. He vas speaker of the was a chief among them; John Quincy himself, still Cent's lie generally house at Washington ptified is, to 10m.I1 extent at lo* i
Webster
: vast of % ai upon your 01 of arms, must bare been fnid+4 House at its last two sessions. His re-election will greater than he; and Daniel statf
our lot governmentland alliances we should not be if the house of On of our ootemporaries
a
b. surprised prophet's This spectacle teaches all and hosts of others prayer.
and notrod the foot of be Yi' oius probably'cause to the greater than either; all of them theTresident family "wct1l1P
by I Journal should persist in considering the New a valuable ad Hay God. bis a squabble as next speaker- North that regularly keeps up '
whit nan, timbered with the moat raloablagropUi York Evening Post and Buffalo Republic as make you sensible le the blessings i ship. of the same sort men whom the Whig party in Lis household. "W hen our rulers are men wio *r
wherein fact "i and during (term of e Cee and South, have ever delighted to honor, and have God, and Divine blessing is daily sought in the *
bW t OO more acceptable authority ; bat the true na. strengthen; me in my sincere my .ofc may Senator GlDi'not killed.-Some days back the not hesitated even to elevate to the highest offices of of the chief magistrate of the nation, baT I**"*
I nature ht eboioaet blessings, Whigs the South who hare no such a& r for for the .
pre
who that tonal aid von in all your honorable ad patriotic telegraph announced that Senator Gwinof California, tyustaadpowerifltheU0i. to hope good thing country.QT
say an undertaking requiringr.i or sympathies, will regard the an I Forwh can estimate the events of the future bad duel with the lIon. J. W. McCorkleaJIO heinous crime for the present Administration .
: six millions dollars W fought a Now it be a '
only cannot .. may Dobbin s
accom swer conclusive.-Wash. add the Secretary says
iE plisbed by the state of t b Uni. I aal1 t your get.crMto thou t and t of California, which resulted in the death of Dr. G win. to appoint repentant Barnburners to local has made only eight wmoraU c11' ID Ifl Two
olor wh"
For t
ot. tu It go D It turns out that the duel was fought but without injury aud Post Offices, in the place of sod two b& b IZSwfrS
i ,Bat it is the purpose yoar committee The postage envelop stamps are now be. farther Io .DC your .majestic ... : coUeptorships, unrepentant additional clerks resigned, Si I-

'; ; eonfine themselves within the limits of t. ing issued. fxed upon is 83 2 new duties and new responsibilitfes are imp andas to either of the principala The distance was rabid blaotant Whig Free-Seller. It may.. During the late adznmiatratiC dist thetmovala

: Sot Florida, and therefore offer for .' per hundred ; being ceo!. each for hands your, new conquering example ofstill manifests all thirty pacf weapons, rifles. Three shots ware er.cbanged not be right b choosing between'.nta to prefer the The list and of clerk.'six change'U now P. twiaty-ece di"

;, .n ypnr con.iderto the following resolutions : postage stamp and twenty cents per hundred arouse and .tmuW.ccpt your tae triumph* w one of Dr. Ghrin't ball passing through Mr. lesser evil to the greater-to prefer for offico in New ocrata to eighteen $

'R ort Tt we view the connection oft or two dollars per thousand, for envelopes. The Old Word caught 8.ri te from the i McCoiklt's hair. 'beJ'I)1iEh affair then terminated York repentant Barnburners, ae the present Admraij- vision.




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Early en the warning the 4th, a large The War Prospect \ kepL One bottle* it of satisfaction brought 320 in worms rery mttan from one II 'I HR undersigned iuteoA to.close up his store on &a 1ns''. AJJ8 iS cI"'ncl .;
e. SOUTHERN
ofhdleiaPd gentlemen of Alacliua The English papers brought by' the Ara. young man. It givesForea1eatUtheDrug W.W.HAIGHT. ,or about the 10th. of August, and. leave th* State &UJ. 1 t. TIM'UmG fJI ,. ,. ...-

rumb : bUl, contain the details of the Eastern Stores Tallahasseesnd wMh.l.y. .He b yt f re nska as /or of yodebted of the bssril im &. .

,'nd C.'1UmRa' counties assembled at the Big i of which we have had telegraphic accounts.news, at one Agency in every Town l in the South. ,Of course to he hint will that tney cull auJ close their account BDJ.C. LZ.W1J: .
refuse
Dot receive .
to but at .A11 .
money D.JL )
Mineral Spibgt near Ellisville, where ample They, however, contain rothing of interestor July 16, 1863. 28. *t the name lime, if his iustoiM.ri* cnmiot pay be will b. ..... .1.11.1..1161. -. ; '

,pataticll.b d been previously made for ; significance more than what we have already t S I pl!ense.l to take tht-ir notw, having no chums fur cut > a I .

O. Jeffreys was published. The rumors from Paris H. O. FARREL'S ARABIAN LINIMENT-7Hiimphant on the present y& accouuU. The DRUG BTT3lKfi w iD be cootmned at

their reception.VVM. ap. that the Russians had crossed the Danube ovtr d.,eor.-This great medicine Mil! JAMES B. GAMBLE. stand, by UM aud iJc.-J. D.U. AMES.

President, Henry Mattair Vice ProsJJect goes on, conquering disease, and snatching many a i July 2S, 1853- 29 I; 1858. sa..t .
pointed 'w
on the 20th ult and that had caused ..
they
the its sn'mu- .
poor victim from grave. By powerfuly
i aud S. P. Crewe, Secretary. The boats loaded with rocks to be sunk in the biting, penetrating and anodyne .qualities, it restore '. Notice.rrHzAft ; JOEI3.8MUMABT-OI. JJEABBIJIQ,*.

President arose and announced the exercises Sulina canal with a view to prevent the nave Le use of limbs which have been palsied for year : : mw* iiflU"which the MADISON COURT HOU8K FLOXIDA ,
unrtenignod ,
d:1 '.' gation of the river, are contradicted. and by its singular power'of producing the lynovial i i ',i.'"tUb by iiata date and amount, ;before .
the :exercise of thi InstflntLb viD' U
; ntuwed
ot fluid or joint water, it cures all diseases of- the joints 1i t :
. The Declaration of Independence readin Matters stand very much in the same posi. with surprising rapidity.: For rheumatism. and affections brill 1t.tT1 t StoUV others to be'told for w&at tli y -will on'the 6th cf July. under dae..per. cf .
haps be
jon as at last Accounts. The uews of th'c'orte's may able to collect thewhole. ( ATJJJ M. D with
the aa Principal
of and it has proved itself a ooapedsat
spleen
audible and spine tpt- JAMEs .
impressive manner GAMBLE.
a clear final rejection ef the Russian ultimatum and kid"icys & if required.
c jie\ and for affections of the lungs. liver July 2i, 18t3. s 29 .
by Joseph Jtf. Crews,.after which, Dr. Sam.uel reached the Czar on the 24th ult., but it is a most valuable mid powerful auxiliary- Board of Trusted take great pleasure to rae- .

and delivered and sufficient time had not elapsed for also fur all diseases of the glands, scrofula goitre or RECEIVED.-Per Schooner -. Dr. Auld aa an able aud experienced
F Day arose a lengthy yet any Chipola and J. and
JUST have no hesitancy in the
almost auuring
swelled neck etc. And indeed for patrou
etc. any
from New Orleans .
oration, replete with sentiments of decisive steps to be taken. The reply of the disease |\vhere an external application is requirei Day : 1 school that ever; effort shall be mad% both b/
e10qaellt Bacon Sides, Stagg & Shay' Sugar Cared Hams
Turk, though firm, is said to have been and Trustee*. to gire aatiabctioo.
dig. bruises
this medicine stands Sprains
patrio $m. The wants of the intt&n" unparalleled. Shoulder Bacon. Corn. White Beans Lard in B-urels, '
g\oiioUI uified, mild, and conciliatory, expressing a cramps, wounds chillblams, burns etc, are speedily Lardfin Kegs Diied Buffalo Tongues. S RATES OF TUITION.

net having been supplied at a table desire to arrange matters amicably, without cured by it. ALSO per brig Waciaaa from New York a ce..t bt dollars per Term of fire montht in Primary

bo ntiru1l! spread with all the requisites, by compromising the rights or honor of either from ttte Hon. Peter fenard: one of the .oldett tet- I assortment of DR. JOHN twelve dollars for the bigber branches of aa En:

Townsend-the feast of reason power, and willingness to send an ambassa. tiers in Illinoii. Misses and Children's Shoes, Education ; for the above including UM Lan

) nor to St. Petersburg. If the Czar is actuated It gives me pleasure to add my testimony to the Ladies Kid dress and walking Shoes, ., twenty dollars per ..
,,d Jjor of soul" was resumed when the virtues of your great medicine. One of my blooded Do. Lasting half Gaiters, TT la put up In full quart bottlw, location is healthy at all season of the y arr
by a similar spirif it would seem that had the of the knee, about Women's Shoes and Slippers, large sizes X of six TIME u much pure
prHidentf the day arose and read the following horses a swelling over cap similar preparatIon in Anvirlea. Boij-d can be obtained in private families at 88
there could be no difficulty in avoiding a war the size of a hen's egg. Some said it was a strain Do pegged Bootees, or six bottle for fire dollars. {10 per mootfi, including washier

J regular toasts of the day : which would certainly be disastrous not only and some that it was the joint water from the knee Men's Kip Brians. It hM been a wtll-MUbllshe-l ( further particular address the Principal or tha

to both but to the other and could not be cured. I tried oil of cedar on it,ant' Do. fine Calf Bootees Banaparilla whoa par and CHARLES RUSSELL, Secy
The day ire celebrate-The dawn of powers, European only true panacea for aU
1. a liniments and ointments and did Do. Calf Booth, .
all the
powers who would become in. they no more Superfine pumlol4', 1m pure tate of the blood,the 3,185* 2ft U'kT1TtY. "
BMP era the era freedom. ]May j it never inevitably good than water. I then by persuasion of my friends GEO. W. SCOTT d. CO. drlnkJ,nil habit In youth,

be forgotten nor its history cease to be precious volved. tried 11. G. Farrell's Arabian Liniment and I was July 23, 185. 29 aMert.PAIULLA that JOHN nULLS

to the American people. The Paris papers differ very much in their .. happy to find it take effect after a few days and it I* prepared b on the strictly only icienufio .

interpretation of the Russian manifesto finally cured the noble animal entirely. I think it is Notice.THE strength. The SanaparUla U 1. -
2. The thirteen original Stoics A galaxy decidedly the greatest liniment for horse's as well as to price and every pound before DR.LEWI-S
Some think it indicates war; but the majority Partnership heretofore existing between th< tite strictest chemical tests,and .
ef freedom, fortitude, and wisdom. incline to the opinion that it prognosticates human flesh I ever knew. '. '.ued, under the style of I>-vi t Davi j i- before being tued. ,jost returned from New York .
Tiemont Tazewell ///. J/arcA 16/A 1849. Bull
ro, Sanaparilla aim eouta
3. George Washington was the will of The Presse, edited by Girar- this day dissolved by inutu J COILM nt. The business of other valuable medical roots Philadelphia,Baltimore and Wash f8
Providence that he should die childless, that peace. PALSY OR PARALYSIS. the late I'arUterakip will t>e settled by Louis Davis.SOLO'MON oompoond and producing the' with a fine sett of. Instrument, .
din, construes it as intimating very distinctlythat Thaddeus Smith.of Mudd Creek. Tazewell Co, 11.linAis LEVI, Greatest Curative Agent and other material; vfth all the hnproMteenfa

his country might call him father. Russia will not even take possession of! says: I had lost the use of my arm for more LOUIS DAVIS.Montirf'no..Tuly This medicine when used Those who desire his Mrviee voold do

4. The Constitution of the United States the Danubian provinces. According to its than a year, by palsy; or paralysis : the fleih had en- 18, 1853 20 2t [23] WILL OinU, to call immediately be intends vtaJtaof*2fnr

The charter of liberty and union. idea the circular is an appeal to the Cabinets tirely withered away. leaving nothing but skin, mu!- Scrofula or B:1n '. Evil, and_ Madison daring the'month of July *
all the best doctors and all the .f the Skin Office immediately East of the Pust Offioe.
cle and bone. I tried ERSKINE & DILWOKTII JCryiipelM, '
5. The President of the United States. Europe on tho whole subject and by their remedies I could hear of but thoy did no good. I worm or Tetters. Scald 25, 1863. 26New

decision Russia will abide. M. Gaillardet then commenced the use of II. O. Furrell's Arabian ATTORNEYS AT LAW Palm In the Bone and ,
6. The of the United States-The de and Ulcers Swelling '
army
adopts the same view, and is more confident Liniment, and a few bottles entirely cured me, and MONTICELLO STphllto Dyipepnia, Goods.
fence of tho standard bearers ol AND
Qt'IXCY.
homes
our : that there will be No European now as strong as the: other! : it is also firtt Pfoeaief of the
than ever no war. mv arm is Received -
JOHN EasMf K, W. of Appetite, per J. G Anderson .
star spangled banner, the architects of oui I Government derive rate for burns, sprains and bruises Quincy S. DiLwoarH Monticello. Inc from the .
can
national elorv. ., says, any Look out for Counterfeits! July 23. 1'53. 29 Mercury, Cottonade.Ofnaburp,
benefit froai war. 'me American unions. -- the Side Milledgvdle Cotton Tarn
7. The navy of the United States-The lone absorbing the commerce of the worldwouid The public are cautioned against another counterfeit I NOTICETO Two and three bushel Seamless Bags .

guardians ofour, commerce the pride of ourflag ir which has lately made its nppeaiaru, W. B.Fur. General Cotton and Bird eye Diapw. .
is is
taroughout the universe. "profit by ; and tht.pe no dispo. r"H> Arabian Liniment.the mottt dangerous of all the PURCHASERS OF STATE LANDS Lumbago Dropsy Irish Linens. Bro. and Bleached Holland..

sition to render us any such favqr. I counterfeits because his having the Lame of :Farrell Costlrrnea Berlin Cord for Bonnets

8. The Judiciary The bulwark of justiceand The correspondent of the Londcto Times many will buy it in good faith, without thc knowledge I TttEAsrEEt'a OFFICE, ) Weakneai Bronchitis of the Printed Jaconet Cravats.

the guardians of the Constitution. writes, that in quarters usually well informed! .l 1 that'a counterfeit exists and they will perhaps only Tallahasaee, July 20, 185: f ary Affections, and all White and Blue Gauze Mosquito Netting..

0. The the United discover their error when the spurious mixture lia.wroC'bt is hereby given to all tending to produce 12-4 Pink. and Blue Bobinetfor Netta
Congress of States the opinion of a pacific solution of the Eastern NOTICE purchasers of State Complaint Female Mosquito ;
its evil etTect.s.TbCe
Responsible for the interests ol the whol<- \ho pave their B jnds or Notes at nov plainti. Sick and Nertou G. &J MEGINNI8S. '
question now pre.ails.The geii:''Bc article is manufactured only by II. G. time between the 6th day January. 1851 and th"5th Night Sweat, Expofture or 18, 1853. 24 Ct .
country. May they ever be inspired with New York Journal of Commerce saysA Farrell, se;' in"tent' and proprietor: nnd wholesale day of January, 1853 that Paid bunds or notes nic Constitutional Disease ; 1. '
Summer Drink and
visdora and patriotism. note from ".0. IT Main treet Peoria, Illinois, to whom in this Office and all who
private our intelligent correspondent (drue-'Ut I \ are wish} to pay the sum System and a Gentle Lace Goads, &c.
10. The Declaration in Paris, Robert Walsh! nppUertfcms f v A.no-murt be addrw" d. Be. will please a'Mrefrs their corninuiiicaticns to this or; tire, far superior
of Independence Esq., says, Received
I (0- bCf"re Farrell Congrci* Water J. G. Anderson
athu per ,
ieTh
i iotcr
it with the to the R of Public
tice Dot
Lands
under sure you get as hereto
date of
The announcement to the world of those Dieppe, 26th June I remain l.ruu
,
-H. 0. FARRELL'S-airt h.'c; w-ature, on the fure. TLat officer is only charged with the duty Jf OTTED and plain Stria Muslins

principles of liberty which are the birthrightof utterly incredulous as to any war in Europe.You wrappor. Sold by D. II. AMES. and !;y r -ular'j' I collecting those bonds or _notes vhich Live been givta q Embroidered Sleeve and Collars

men. shall have rny views and facts in due authorized agents throughout the United Stntt'S. since tic,said 5th da- of J l1uarJ. 1553.; .4 Lawn HdkT, .

11. The star spangled banner-The flag : season." {3>f Price 25 nnd So"cents, nn.l *1 per bottle. 'j. C. II. AUSTIN, BEAD BEAD ! Cambric and Swiss Flouncing. .-i
AGENTS WASTED in town. village nn. < State The truly wonderful and Cambric Swiss and Bubbia
,
Tn
A leader in the London Times, of the lit evey a6UrI'T. Edge,
l.bl"rtr-its protection the land andon come under our immediate o .
upon the United States in which i i. n"t aLready a.
:- hamlet in one J..IJ23.1B51: 29 3t I convinced u* that Doctor Ball l I I. Insertion,
the sea-all are secure beneath its shad. says: established. Address II. G. Furrell as abov-, .-.rtiu..j; Mariarma1 W-'g. and Ocala Mirror copy hit Fluid Extract of Serpentine brl t
"
0 W!. The last intelligence that has reached us accompanied with good reference as to character, responsibility three li-i:. e>, uuJ e(t J b\u; "I ICommittetl. combination baa of vegetable French Embroidering Cotton,
ebemUtry
from St. Petersburg holds out no fresh Ac yet produced. Linen and Cotton } Ac 4c.
Floss
12. The Union-It should know North hi* new enterprise, lay we- ,
no ,
grounds for hope that the Emperor of Russiais July 16. 1663. 28 4t I We agree with our neighbor 0. & .1 MEGI2NI5S. ..
no South, no East no West, but the interest BuU U a pat man. and hit 18, 1858. 24
the i MVMVHBMBMBMM** 6t
and rights and glory of all. disposed to modify determination in LEon County Jail l, a negro 1*>V, who iiis1m MtDicisr; and we are fully
which he has thus far persevered. It isi i 03- 'Hi friends of CII! BYRD 3!. PE.\R. TO name is JrfTrey. and that he belongs Baja to tie :ment J Sanapari I t. than 1 la,will Bamum create did a far Hardware, tic.'
13. The Ladies The
ourlove
magnets known that the course he has fit Estate of Gee of Gatls.len have onr read* to !
thought 10pursue SOX, Jacksonville, announce him an a candidate Henry County, Florida. IIOt Received J. G.
the ornaments and conservators of society- it is the ..JfrJn'llny is about 17 18 "vt-ar of Doctor and nil Saruparilla with per Anderson, .
<
-Injurious as to tranquility of' r age,
; for the office of Associate Justice of the Supreme because all who pend their KEGS Nails
in peace our angels, in war our heroines.- the East, to his relations with Europe and Court, at tie next October ekctiou. black arid iibout five feet Ligh. The o\t"DPr will please Barsaparllla will get ILl equly: ; 1 _, 10 Setts Chain Pump fixture t '
God bless them. I come forward prove propeity. pay charges, and take .lily hinted that many after
his character for moderation 250 lb. 1 inch
to and |
own Pump Cbain
and finding their pocket
him otherwise he bill be dealt with the bdirecu
CtWe: authorized and requested to away as \
are
good faith-has encountered as much dc.llal'll. thought it was paying Judd's Patent Axle Pulleys
oppoeition announce D. P. I10GUE as a Candidate i.>r the ( lIke One objection we have to Porcelain Mortice Lcxti with Plaited Moon
from the oldest i i
VOLUNTEER TOASTS."By and wisest councilors II. T. BLOCKER Sh'f. oac: -it w exceedingly .
of the from the .Ministers (.f Asfcociate Justice of the Supreme Court at the e- July23lWS. 20 tf invigorating to the ')Item. tinga : .
Empire as of For. ruing it, it 1* equal to Mineral Knub Empire State Locks
Adam
Feigle: American Independence. eign States; and the remonstrances of the Ie.cti"n in October next. Langhorne's best or drinking, Plate Locks all sizes, .

By Henry Mattair : The Constitution and venerable Count Nessel rode, himself, have !! C:::r Tl.e: flicnds of the tInn; THOMAS Notice. OAIT'T The QUIT above IT.-complimentary LotniflUt : Hand Saws, Rip Saws, and Turning Saws -.

Union, they must be preserved.By I I QIX vrectif' ftf'er late. I will apply to the Honorr- of the Louisville Courier, and Hind Saw, and Jack Plane Handles. .
received neither
j I courtesy nor consideration DOUGLAS, (late Jud:<.- of the I:'t-;- rn-ui; :.} U:<- Gro. D. Prentice, ):.q., the ?
An assort.nent of Beach and
Plans
Dr. Samuel F. Day : States lights, the j from his I I.J. .J 1.j ti;<> of pp Ln'! f I,- ;ii County for letters(fAI.iicran.ti I Loubviile Journal in the Moulding .' *) "
It is said
surest bulwark Imperial master. that a :I the libelt) to announce him as a ran-Ji !ia!,' f.r tho o- : ..1 the Estate of Nathan: Hull, laU d There U no doubt in the Augers and Auger Handles *

.the against ami.republican tendencies j I sense of the embarrassment of the position in i fee of Associate Justice of the Supreme CY-urL scud COLmty. .kcered.1 Doctor Cull, and the excellence Socket and Firmer Chisels and Handles. '
Constitution and the Union, the I which he stands: weights heavily the I PATRICK SMITH.: of the most wietitiflc Blind Hinges. Butt Hinges and Hook and Strap
upon the and what i
Sanaparilla *
sheet anchor of peace at home and safety Emperor Nicholas and that the contending !I,! 03- The fiends. LESLIE A.THOMP Jnlr 23. 1 Sri?. !23 Cw million applaud ;it,too. It U 27'I Hinges, '.

abroad. passions of vexation and SON, at present one of the Associate Justice,* of the -- The celebratt-d Java Las fr m t Cotton leading line rope
pride, resentment, built a (rranlte palace in Writ Nails -
By R. Bock: Woman-the first to love us, agitate' to an unwonted extent a mind intoxi- Supreme Court announce him to the voters tie Florida Something Choice. j j and IT. Bull if be chooses,can Horse Shoe do., Ac. tat
that. It in.
tie last leave u high en we are
to
C. cated with absolute power." as a candidate: for Chief Ju!tu-c of the State at tie OSIIEN BUTTER in 25 lb. Kegs, brought ott to walk through our utrret at -ALSO--. -

By B. Moody: The reader of the Decla. approaching election! in October next. G and hit. cool in Ice at New }'ort. bv arrested at every step, by ( t fresh supply of Groceries Burning FlnlJ- White
of whom have traveled from .
ration of Independence and the orator of the Railroad Stockholders' Meeting.A 03Tl.e. Friends of the lion. THOMAS July 16. 1853. 28 LAPD. their benefactor and to bless I Lamp and Liosee Oils. Putty. &c. Ac.G.AJ.MEODTNISS.. .-.
.day. may they ever remain the restoration to health. The .
steady sup- meeting of the stockholders of the Flor.
porters of I BALTZELL prc-nt his name to the people (>f the ,jFAIRBANKS' ordinary merit 1 is very modest 18, 1853. 24 fltExecutor's -
patriotism. I ida Railroad Company was )held] at the Buf--! that the Eastern cities wiI.! in
By A. J. Prevail : oman-the last the : State as & Candidate for Chief Justice of the Supreme fitting reception to the di
fington louse, in Jacksonville on PLATFORM I SCALES, as glorious a campaign against Notice. .....
best and fairest work of creation: the 12th inst and was organized by TUCSdUJ.\\ Court at the Judicial Election in October next. LONG KNOWN-SaVF.1Z11.Y TESTED Ibcott made against the LL person's having claims and demands againstthe _

Old nature swear the lovely dears, the Hon. I. II. BBONKON to the 03- The friends of CHARLES H. DU. )-.-.--, t Estate of John S. Shepard late of Leon .

His noblest work be classes, 0 appointing <;EO. W. CALL Secretary. I. FONT announce }Ms\ name as a Candidate for the Of : -ALWAYS RIGHT, TilE AC- I NOTICE TO deceased, wbether as creditors legatees or
: ...
KNOWLEDGE "TA DARD. .
His prentice band be tried CD man, Upon an examination of the several books lice of Associate Justice of the Supreme Court at the John Bull Sanaparflla I II entitled to distribution, will present the fame
Agents-New York FAIRBANKS & Co. 89 Water6t medicines now in e1i lell&e. : un.JersLcned. Executor of the last will apd tes-
And then be made the lasses O! of subscription, it was found that more than !I tkttion in October next. where the constitution is
of pail John S. deceased within
,
: two
I 16 lR: .. 28 Sm SheparJ .
July Is ;Mened, when the effort
By S. P. Crews: George Washington ; the requisite amount of stock had been sub. I 03" We arc authorized to announce the deficient, or are profu aud fru-n the date hereof or they will be forever

may hw memory boas evergreenin the heat Isof scribed, and the commissioners present pro. THE HAZARD is pale and colorless the ; a:1-I 1 all persons indebted to said Estate will
.
i Hon. A. G. SEMMES, as a candidate f,)r election spirit troubled aud depres-
the people as the magnolia the pride of our ceeded to apportion the stock by deducting: COMPANY shaken and consequently,the immediate pa.m'nt to
POWDER -
forest the excess from the subscriptions, of those to the office of Associate Justice of the Supreme Jtuir Sarsaparilla is a ROBERT H. GAMBLE Executor.. .
(
Court of the State at the next Octobtr election. OF GUN-POWDER Mature In the performance of 9, 1853. 27 8t
By J. E. Ogden : May the same spirit that laving the largest number of shares ; which ; MANUFACTURERS .,.t'm.reDew. permanently the
j --- ---- -- obstructions checks excesses,
= /CONTINUE to furnish Gunpowder of all thtirwellO -
existed in 1776 still exist in the rising gee.rations. apportionment was accepted. J --- --- -- ---- blood, and imparts health and EXD PEAS, of aU kinds at

The meeting then proceeded to elect nine I}'i 03" We are authoiizcd and requested to known" hranrvi% Kentucky" RifK" Sea generally, to adopt the use of GEO. W. SCOTT & CO'S.
"
SliootinK. Anifrican Sponitit. IndIan Rifle "E far less suffering, disease and
By 'I'. J. Prevatt of Alachna : Franklin directors for the ensuing year, under the inspection :i anuounce Mr. PARKER LEVY as a candidate f-r lectric" Duck Shooting" iu ke s, half and quarter I than now exists; health would 4, 1853. : 22

Pierce of New of the commissioners and of the 1 I Tax Ar.bCtoovr and Collector of Leon and carmNters cof each. Also full: the rosy cheek would succeed -
Hampshire President of the County al the electiou kegs, one pound a have smile instead of tears, EIED APPLES and Peaches at
United States: The soldier, patriot and states Hon. Judge Forward, ot' the Eastern Circuit in October next. assortment .f Powder for Blasting and Mining purposes life,instead of one cut short by OEO. W. SCOTT &GO'S.
Th,I'. and Col Dancy State and for Exjort. The reputation; of their Guu by continous suffering and 4. 1853. 22 .
"
Engineer Messrs. period called the turn of life? .
O"rVe
are authorized and requested to PuWflfer is too well known to require Comment. It
I. H. with much danger Bull's
so
By Theophatrs Weeks: George Washing Bronton D. L. Yulee Joseph Finpgan .
be rrtiretl I of the principal dealers in Tallahassee beneficial effect AU
announce Mr. JESSE ATKINSON candidate for can a most Male & Female
ton, the hero of the Revctutioo, and father o A. H. Cole, G'o.It. Fairbanks, George ; as ft and at the office of the Company. 89 Wall Street should be apprised pf this tact, Academy.

our happy country. \\'. Call, B. M. Dell, T. O. Holmes, and John the Office of Tax Assessor and Collector of Len Cour- N. T. City. A. G. HAZARD President.A. valuable medicine. NEXT SESSION will open on Mm&fr

By James Ostein Parsons were chonew such directors. ty at the election in October next E. DOUGLASS Secretary. June 6II. and close on the 28th of October.-
May politics never bend
.
BEAUTIFUL : obtained in fam
A -) washing the
1I uJin& may
the tree of Messrs. Reardon July 16, 1853. 28 3m
liberty. and 03" We
Jackson authorized and
a committee are requested to How we all admire a cV-ar, of the Principal $10 per month. For further
By R. Youngblood : The tree ef liberty appointed by the citizens of South Flori announce Mr. LEONARD C. DEMILLY, as a Caudi rosy colored cheek How often respecting rates of tuition.reeu'iitions. *r,,

planted by the signers of the Declaration of da to attend the meeting and urge Tampa date for the office of Tax Assessor and Collector for William vs.Rvagan )V Attachment for f 20,03. resorting sessing this to cosmetics d desideratum, lotion" so, Catalogue, which may be procured by appCoitioi\" .

Independence, watered by the blood of our Bay as the proper Western terminus of the the County of Leon, at the election in October next Daniel II. Slayton. ) has materials deprived to restore them of them, and to that a May 28, 1853. 21 N.H.STEWAKT 2m Principal,

forefathers: may its growth be perpetual. Road, were in attendance, and expressed 03": f"plIE defendant and nil others interested are hereJL the skiu. Bull' Sarsaparilla is
;
We
By Joseph M. Crews: Oar sister county, their views and presented the proceedings of : are authorized and requested to by notified of the commencement of this suit returnable It and beautifies diseased matter the skin from by the & Stock of Goods for sale-, '*

Marion. be recent convention at Ocala ; but a announce ALLEN H. FELKEL Esq* as a candidatefor to a Justice's court to be belt at Tallahassee and vigorous, giving activity to
quo I Tax Assessor and Collector ou the 10th day 4.f October next and t<, and changing the yellow and dark HE subscriber has reduced his stock of good*) to a'
of Leon
Col. of the at the appear
Mitchell
[ rum County
of Marion, being {present. directory just elected not being in election in October plead to the same. Given under my hand and seal and frwhntss of youth. Ladies, small amount he offers bargains to any one who

responded in a few eloquent. and appropriateremark attendance, no definite action was had and next this the llth day of July A. D. 1853. and remedy.mixture'.A and word use to Dulls the wise to purchase. He will sell tLe STORE MX!.

*.! the meeting adjourned-the Board of Directors 03" We are authorised and requested to DONALD CAM ERONT. [i.. *.] enough for the ladies. on reasonable terms and make payments .

By W" J. D. Prwrtt: The three greatest to be called together again by the lion. announce Mr. JOHN M. HILL of C" .trevill as a Justice of the Peace. easy. This is a good opportunity for any on*
_._.. July 16, 1853. 28 3m wishes to go into the business for the Lotaeia
I.
Generals H. Bronson earnestly invite all
General candidate We
Peace General temporary chairman at such for the "
office of Tax
Plenty Assessor and Collectorof any of "the ill. that flesh i is excellent one, and the stand as good as any othw
and General Satisfaction. time as he may designate.-Florida Republican Leon Conoty, at the election in October next Wokulla Iron Works. Bull' Agent, and get a copy the goods are well assorted and allrf the moat- .
Bj Wm. Ostein: To the of Gen. July 14. --- -- OBATIS; and for the sake of kind. He will continue to sell for this n ontfa*
memory individual will not be
-Zachary Taylor and or THE above Establishment will be in full working single Sarsaparilla a TaiAV after if Families require any articles be has lor u1_
the brave The
who fell friends I
men of SAMUEL IJ. STE. the coming mouth when orders '
during ,
in Mexico Falls and Ll same time that It i* impossible the comi ig twelve months they will i"td it--
: Let them not be forgotten.The Niagara 't

day was pleasant and Silliman, the eminent geologist, discredits the of Solicitor for the Middle Circuit ING, REPAIRING, FITTING and PUTTING-UP cure timOD performed voluntarily> by his he welling at. JAMES B. O.\.IL
at the Election in
,
nd'W1nIII' nothing occtlr- opinion advanced by some that the gradual October. Jin* will be promptly attended to. Also IRON and from well known and dlatln il.Dth, 1853. 14 .'

tLe enjoyment of the company. wearing away of the rocks of Niagara Falls ,; BRASS dASTI of all the common and usual public IT7Dr.: and. John private Bull life,*ha*been

L may possibly result in draining Lake Erie.- 03-: The friends of W. S. DILWORTII, kinds done up iu short order. ,tiet,Brtt door below Main Book Store
for and
help sending out to repair set
RST17I.l'f OF PIOFEIoa STOWE._We copy In a recent lecture he remarked : Esq, of Jefferson County announce him as a candidate Engines Competent and such like work always ou hand. up I). H. AJUro 28 VIo purchased the entire stock of Obviate

tbe following from the Independent : They will not halt at their present sta. fur the office of Solicitor for the Middle Circwt J3f: Liberal prices paid fur old Iron and Brass. July 16.1853. firm of Wnx Wilson & Co., I ara prepared to

tion bat at the One or two Working Boys takeu fur a stated time all thosf who may favor me with tonr wiitoin
Professor Stowe arrived in Boston on mile, further retreat slowly and surely about two approaching election in October next. to learn Uu businefcs.555T D. H. A books 6tation\Jj. .. of]every desu'sipfios' WO the'

ednceday in the ateamer Canada from 1 where they will stop again for All Work Ca1i or accepted orders on some Tallihas-ee reasonable terms. :I will keep ofc band 008..

LiveipooL He looks the better for his visit an unknown period and probably forever, 03" We are authorized and requested to good bminebs concern in either this place or Tallahas supply ot the latest.aD1 root pnpalar -wort. -

to the old world. Mrs. Stove remains in since at this place the hard lime stone will announce )HALEY T. BLOCKER see. There seems no real cause why such work as is "WHOLESALE AND intend carrying Binding Ln. all its.bvanehe%., u

England where form both base and top of the falls and thus aididate referred to above should not bo done up here except DRUGS AND as I can procure workman.
ehe
is
for the office of Sheriff
receiwng the hospi. of Leon 2. 1853. 18 JOHN McTjQCG ALL. -
tality of the friends of stop the destruction of the rock. Some have County at the electionin from want of prompt pay. Mechanics can set a -1 i
freedom. thought that October next, value on their work, but bow can they on time-run Perfumery, Dvest ffl.

In tin's she is only following the steps of Erie and that they then would finally French Lake 03" We authorised ning for their pay I Hence the absolute importanceof Window Glass Paints, Notice. d .
are
her ilhistrioBs predecessor. Arnold before the lake would be complotely and requested to complying strictly with the rule, cash or orders, Oil, Varnishes, Putty } LL persrtis haTing demands .gsSnattho iViaJg .

her, thought that the best drained Such an event is impossible. announce Mr. JOHN IL RHODES of Tallahassee a- before a delivery of work. When work of this sort aud Glass Ware, Vtfgil V. Skriue deceased, b.te>fLeo ;

only proper place for him. place Mrs. Stowe-nay, the At the point already mentioned the torrent a candidate for Sheriff of Leou County at the election i ill sent abroad, it has to be paid for before delivery Fine Soaps. Eine Tooth, will present them to tun. nnjac d admi.
hav will whether right! or wrong. and Hair Brushes, ez-officio
gradually wear the i October next. ptoer1y rtheiiti..i
*
away surface !!;
ing of the .
dae
Me surpassed him in treachery, why should lime tone, forming a rapid find thenceforth AU orders must 1 be addressed (post paid) to Paint Brashes, prescribed by li..-or Vhla'notwfe'wiQ he _
*be M.ILFOND&CO.2ew
Dot do
1IDed Garden Seeds i
< of
to similar their
a exilement f recovery II.d -all
Soitf* ni Presbyterian.of i the Niagara world.will" be ooe of the lost wonders of 03" We are authorized and requested to Port, June 1653. 27 ((July 9)) H. has recently received Estate are request'<1 to *qtiV .We tld'Co p.y'.

announne HUGH ARCHER Jr, as a candidate for of every variety of articles HALEY T.BLOCKSR

AU iI for tie ."- Johnson vied Jenny Lind'g little '00 is a gal!! From tho Clerk of the Circuit Court of Leon County at the election JUST RECEIVED per Wm. B. Pettia from New Planters and Physician of will J : .
to say CIaai liabment a full supply t !. -tffi.i..4ro:
habit thing have worked in October next :
.
way we
of looking ** the best side now tee room 100 Bbls .<.SQe Extra Family flour the most liberal '. I .
every 2 i" Letter (or domestic squalls in Jennv'g household Side and Shoulders from the Country : -
pounds a ? than! a thousand ----- ---- ------- -- $0 Hbda. Orders with LME'LIMZ: t- .. .-,
lev. w3 Hall! HEW YORK HATS.WARNOCKS .:tiss:Sugar Cured llama. iBf.ctiolguaranteed.
markS, P quaintly re A A mh1.J' wt.,
10 &'I"" PbysJcianV
-1 bad there THE CB.YIS. STILL THEY COJDl"r ;
-W be pouJed. jij .) (AUGRTO1LMO
worse, and when a a FASHIONABLE HATTERS. 2J -" WUskey : 11. : :
mao break. his Certificates of the efficacy of the great Ver 1858. 7 ?,, April M. ]$ &. 17 t
him be thankful leg let 1 Hbd. Choice Scgar. July 6. : : -i'-
: : .
thai !' 265.
j it W5 not his mifuge of Dr. M'Lane continue to flow iu from nil 0. EEOADWAT, IBVIWO BOVBZ OPrOBJTE STTWAKT8rw 1 Bee Beef Tongues, '
When Feoelon'sbe oeck- while the demand for this 'I'. .. T.
J.bra'J'a.. quart eri, invaluable mediate TOKK.A 1 Lemon Just Ja..apN1I' ..O: "
OD fire God a'\ ,. .
praised L.drellingoftoiDfj. i* unprecedented. Read the following IMW
tZCl&imed lhaUt i not the :- certificates pleasing reputation long enjoyed, roller any 15 Bags of Bio J -ALSO-Coffee Steamer..Jamea L tho Ixigt Staoj o.and .:w....

true poor mln!" Tbi. i. the BOOJCTTIAI, Ind. April 1851. lengthy notice tmnece. Suffice to bay that gentlemen 5 M best Spanish Sejrars.. PER h> store for ale, by WTBIK trade general to .spirit of the SprItE : GRL3cgii
lQblflhliOn.-.one of )!asaL Kin A Co.-Having bad 24 dozen bottles rely the ttO'WL5.Juhy28SS. Best White Corn I'LOV
the may upon character of BERRY &
. beatifurtraiU than mOlt our prod <- -. Rib Side Bacon, GOODS,H ATS. ,LtNKZZ:. ;:,
of and it
to be the
ca baring
the your Vermifuge proTect tioos being 25 -
le&rL possess hUman ever maiitaioed. Ww aim at perfection. Shoulder Water. FANCY GOODS 8A1'DLE&r
best medicine that have
worm -
0 this we ever sold we r
IN world 00 the IUn. would Travelling Bata and, Caps oferery .descriptionTravelling Stag & Shea's Sugar Stone Ware, Ae, an, ADd wm, of OOWII' ha
fly aide, aDd have lib IS dozeD more, M we do not waD to get WUgJHouse lot Sale.JJtIN .d to
**rre those who
'yOU almost
half "'DD the ont of It G.P.&J.B.HUDSp'HZ45T Bag. Valise, Trunks VmflaTIl Leaf Lard in Barrels} may be iun* d or;
butl -- .
fflfe at the outut. Brochea '.. '. : the North .addition TaUabaaieo. Ap--I .. i. Kf'S'S.i m their line. .!.,
Homjna July, 1851. af.tbie'cftlt"e.I
Dried Tongues. :I McXAUGHT i OEMOSD/
I JUEU&. Kn p i: Cc. Detr $Si-X'Ll Ver I, May 7, 1853. H im I uoc 11, 1S6&. E3 !i Jut; t 5.3.! -- J3,1 I :53.; lG'S



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I 'L. I, 1\V DAVID'S HEBREW PLAiL ; PH2MIUM PIANO FORTES. WATCHES, CLOCKS, AUD JBWELBY.TOWLB THOSE SPLFNDID DR. MARCIJISI'SuTzR1g Dr. X. T. UWI5OW3
GINS. NERVE AND BONE LINIMENT-
--- COTTON
..,-'. mu). Rrcnt re nJy for Rhcuniat', Gout, Pain in OROVESTEUN.fe CO., No. 481, BROADWAY, NvT'YORK ? & MTCRS ITRflJ.1ICD.N

.I. tho; Side, Hip, Bnrlc.'T'UnU; and Joiiits. crolula, would call the attention of those about undersigned liavingr made still further im >

}Zing EriU; Wbite SHlla l\Vil\ Tumor*, StiliJoint : purchasing to thur fplcudid stOck of t'J lo 7. octave ARE now receiving and have on THE( is determined n'>t to be excell-d by -L"IS LY UESPECTFULL HEAL ALL ANO ULMONC! OIL

4 *.- nnd Ml fixed pain* \vlmtever.VLere this Pianos, which ihey believe cimwt l>e txcellcd by any their Fall smpplv of any .aetorv iu Georvla, in making line cotton gin \\ ,. the citizens OFFERED to

!i- riantxf isnjiplied.canuot! <-xiit.It .. other in the city either in tone, fini.-h, quality of mateiir.l GOODS, to which they! would recall that cannot be excelled iu their performance and du- I i/J cello and the"of State Monti- A SURE CURE FOR COjfsUMPTJOX
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of the as
the
I ; has been tioiuticial in ca csf wcalcnere, meh nTuiu or wtvkmai: bip. 'MEDALS l hvebiri awarded 1ievtfuhly attention public rability.Ilw'factorv. ..-
; *: HivlVa1itMm in the"ttouiacli.. Went .Liuib*. by.the AMERICAN INSTITUTE to their instru Gold Hunting.. Levers by.. Tobias. in in the ,r.irit of one of the best cotton -- ;;: a preparation of earnest THE me of this astounding- Liniment Las be.g
(
.I Littneties. AffecthnftheLflflg in their pi'unarv ments"MVE VEAD* IX eVCCKSSIOX. -'I .4 "i E. D. Johnson, growing regfom in the worM. He intends his gin* to -: --: iliea importance, und destined'to aims-'to with unparalleled success in all

&. '. .age. It Jwtrovs Jnflaiuatun by per-pirati in. Having reeentlv ptirehafed the entire stock of the Josh. Johnson,. how bv their performance fr them-elves. and ore becowe identified with of Mao or Hone. -

? : ; late firm of DtlliOIS i WARRINER, formerly Gentlemen Open Dial Gold Ix-ver warranted to pe-rfurin in the best maniitr, with good .I Fur ifa*.-It speedily enres Rheumatism. ?

Lit 1 M q nUHOIS A STODART, favorably! known for FORTY ladies' Gold.. Hunting 4. Levers a bv" Arnold, Davi*t Co, gearing nnl aitention. Gin; repairing done at short S s. \ \ ness the health'>fThS. and bappi Scrofula Burns, Scsjds, Tatters, and ItingvtrgJ

:j The fdtluwing rommcnJaUoii: in fioiu nil Agent reat years as Piano makers, they would invite th Cooper ,V Co, notice and ilk the Ix-st po.-sible manner. I I Wens, Swellings, Risings. Sprains Cut. Bruises, old

iIttt; Treulon. Teuncsoot : continuance of the favors of their friends and ,cu.tojners I'Vatchies of all descriptions Orders for Gins; thankfully received nnJ promptly I; : Ulcers, Snldbead, Sore Threat, Salivation t rotacury
:
1'
: J Trenton, Gibson; Ct)., Tennessee, Nov. 7, '48. with tbcetitaintyof giving equal aticfaction. Silver Hunting levers, atteiideil ti>. He will deliver them free charge at : CATHOMC03 Sore Mouth, Neuralgia, Piles, Ground. Itch, ,
4 : : JEtLt. k VTIL MKAP-Omtleiui-n) :-The lie- For the Southern market we arc making with SihiT Hunting Anchor Lepines, and common the residence of the purthiiser, ut hit (jIm, or bout will sure 95 per cent Ear ache or ih'afnces, by Miiru thm3 Yi With it

.+. .; lircw rtr] in i becoming popular in this eccliou.- DOUBLE IRON FRAMES and Detached Cases. pceuliuily Wall-lies, and Marble Mantle Clocks.JKWKKRV. lamling, or rail road Below few certilicafes, out of a large number incidental to the respectable tl.e breast with the liniment and
.- : There n lady: MI this county who s.iys the would not adapted to the climate. ai'e a adnunuteriof a It*
r: be without thrt Plaster for lite tiualred! do11nra'ear. June 11, 1853. 23 3m Fine Gold Chatalain Chnhi.s 1'rnceletj, fine Coral. that could be exhibited if ucccssury, from 1'Lmtcr.i of -- female, mar spoonful internally, with a little sugar.-it i is f

She w'us nfilicted for pome time vith an enlargement l'etrl.! mid Gold Ifcw-o'n Pins Ear RiiiiTS Culf Pin. undaibtetlera'tv.. !_____ ____ ______ tied .T unmarried ane the same -way for cougts, colds Asthma Pnennti'Pbthisie

4 '.: *>f the 8j>lee.n, wLu-h ;ave licr a great deal of pain._ Notice.SIX CuiT lint ton*, and Finger Rings; Gentlemen's Gold Hie nnden igned is a Southeni man. born and raised usually known under the name 9f FEMALE COM Rroochitts, Consumption, nail Pleuriy. j

q L The cveHing ani pain liaxl extenJetl up neatly ti the month after d.itc. the unilersijrned, Administra- lIb.'t.. and ((5ui-.nl Chains Seals J'm-kles and in our goi! ions Georgia, anti 1m* not H Northern PLAINTS. Of these- are PROLAVM-.S Uitai.or Falling a sure cure consumption use a small table spoonful
in his employ. J. WATSON.. of the womb Fi.foa AIBIS, or "Whiles ; CIICOMC I.vFLAMVTION 4 or 6 times .1 day and the breast well
man keep azwliitwith
: 'a arnvpit, and occasional,- she (1Pt.1 l c'iredv "breathe. the estate of Jame Ftm'hand ideceased, Kevs. Gold; Thimbl.-s, Gold Pen and Pencil Ca esTo. ; 4
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V., .. She \va* eonfincd for a couMtlcr&bJc time.'duiin which l.iteof Ix on on Ci'tinty, will present their final aecmmts< .' tli Picks Gold Pens, Gold and Silver Spectacle February 5, 1SOS. AXD Uj.CER\TlO> OF THE WoMB ;SI-JTBHW IsCIDEX it. Paiu of any kind cannot exist after this linj.ment .
PAINFVI.
rlie xvas nttcudej by <>me of<>ur bert jliyeimiB) but .nd vouchers to the Jud c of Probate <>f Leon County, Double) Eyed Silver Spectacles, Silver and Pearl TAL H.KMORRIMGEor, Flooding; 4e. with, all lias time to produce its effects This liniment
they pave her no i ctiif. -She pociu\-J: a box of the lie- and ak to be discharged. Card! Cws Silver aiuMnhud I Porte Monnies: Roquet CERTIFICATES.I ED AID IRFEOULAR MEXSTUIMTIOX, their Las completely triumphed over all Liniment and

brew Plaster, aud i it iclieved her almost) immediately, WILM AM S. FOR EH AND. Holders Fans Papier Neachc)' Deks. Port Folio* und hereby certify that I have bad in operation, one acc.ilnpanying evils, (Cancer excepted,) uo matter bow Pain killers and Extractors extant ; and is a prepare

.. mid iiiitr f>he keejm a pppply <>f it on )band constantly. EDWARD BLACKLEDGE.lilini ( Albums Flower Va-cs, Tea Trays, Girandoles, Parlor of Mr. \v.L.iiuisuv; ; gins two years, and believe them severe f>r of how long standing. tion used by tie Doctors in their practice. A single

S These lact you are at libeity Ui tire as you think I istrators.Ju1 and P.i>sugo Ijimps (JloWs and Chimmys) F -ather the bet gin* ned in Gailfden Ci! Ha. MANY PROMINKNT PHYSICIANS in the city trial of its virtues will satisfy any person of iU superiority

proper-tbey aro euUlantUlly tiue."jU Clu-tcrs, Table M.ifs P'K-ket C impae-es Sur- Nov. 21i, 8-2. DAV 1 D L. WHITE, JL D. of New York and other places finding themselves and value. j
2. IP.'in. 2 'i Om
J i eetfuIiv, voure A-C. \(-\or -' ('bains one Field Ceunpas-s.llou-e, Tea, and without n remedy in inveterate casts of the above Fur tie Ilonf.-It instantly cures Corls, Scratetesv
: JLSSE J. WELLS. I Hand 1MK ThRKI. COI-NTT C-U Jaa 1 U 18.-.S. complaints nnd I )luting due .regard for the welfaie ol Chafes. Cuts, Wounds, Splints Spavin, Stifle,3 inn.y

Buggies and Carriages. iI in s I) l'I.tTIJ> WAR 13. This ? to certify that 1 have in ut-e on rny pl.i'itation their patients, have recommended, th' useofthismed- Sprains, Film of the eye, Whirlbone ofauy joint, or,

Jivaie} of eounterfeits nnd l>.vc iuiiLations. /CONSTANTLY ou Imnd a fine assoilmeut of HugJ i < ill Baker nuuity lw '' eott-n gins, made by CoI.J.II. i'-ine; and, after witnosiug its salutary efft-ctsare Distemper, Stiffhew Spasm, Loe-kjaw. Kg y/H>uld -

: r'.f'1tleJaml' purchnTis pcneially are <-Riitmnoilint jius, Covered Cwiiage, tc., vhk-h nro sold Vely Silver r.i J.1e. IVj-u-rt, and Tea Spoon*. Gutter WaUon (itS Palmyni, Gen.; that perform in good now maiiifr--tijig thi-ir approbation, nit only by resorting r, Big Head, J'oot Evil, Naval Galls, Snake bitas,
.. but liw bj D. LAUD. I\imrs and! Sl\rr Cups Pl.iti-d lea Set. 15.i .. bu\5iiR vt any our regular guts*; oilier executed tat'r. I'ni". Ii nit s'tands Waiters Butter l >ihi WRIGHT MURPIIEY.LCE it is unIt.. k-.l 1 but iri the :
wire will Iw aivitli wi'tthle.-sarti- All orders for Buggies carriages on ii wcue ira tanceB si'vcjiting agency / j/aw.-First mb 'wall thus-
ele, as they b.e eouuteifeils imposed up thin a Placer aie in i4nit; notice. and Caii-lle Stick". Silver 1'latcd Forks, Table, Df) of it to faeiliute iti introduction into more g1itiil part affected with the liniment, from 3 to ft times a

t eiittcace.many New Port, May 14.1 P.13. 19O7 sit t. at i.l'ie a Spoons.i Col NTV f!% Jan. 1.,. isr.3. ; ii-e by the f.uulty.Tlie day, keeping a woolen cover over it. To nlwi rwt

j I Fine lV.nhle H-rrclIed Guns Shot IVurlie* and Thi.t i to eflU' that I have overfeed for Col. Win. intlufiice of this composition upon the female burns, tue a lint cover. For Salivation, rub the prta

REMEMBER MJ : FLI'KOIOSED it [) Powder Fl.i ks English Caps Gun( Wad*. Cleaning Jane< \\\\n\\ ii-t: y-tr: and th.it I use l a cotton gin eon titution H of the m.t friendly kind; the most affected. For piles and sore eye, of course the umcnt > .

'I : Tlc gf>n'im j is tutd only l by uS, and oir nJv'rti"l l 1 tods line Table Cutlery, with IT without Forks C.irveis .- manufuctuird: j by Col. J. II. WaUnii of Pulnim.whifh delicate and --ble female n -cd have riO fears in its wef is applied without the cover,and ia snake bliss

I r Agent throughout) the Souti*. No Pedlar i i-t t>U .wt dto AMK.VDMUNTS TO TIM lino pookct Cutlery of all do-rriptions tin.Siir kformed to my entire satistjclion., making 'r any length of time. fr it contains no mercury, nor give freely internally.

I sell it. Thu genuine will in future have t the) fignature TION or SAID STATE, --ors and, Cheats. Walking; (Canes; ArcordhnsMutes good sprcd]JH und I line sainj>!e without nliy knnpping, any artiele which can prove in any way injurious being I for the Hurt.-"Rub well 2 cr 6 time a day, tir

.4 ; ot 11 Tayl >r, on the ftee-1 j il.it tn.Travetl label l l1 Adopted by the sixth General Assembly.No. Yiolens Violen! T'mws Vinleii nil (Guitar; ll.reo bales ilay. W. W.DAMS. made entirely of vegetable extracts, and prepared affected part without cover, except in spavin, cuts or
-1 : *111 the top of *>arh Uix; tb cimntei felt \\ Lich will be 1. Struts" Razors{: Razor Sti t1. Ltd iit't Kxtnu-ts: Co eragmg pr so ns to taste like a plea ant cordial. wounds. For Distemper, rub th* fotehea, and inject
[ j]
prosecuted as foiw rv. 1oi. I.1VCIK1.*. r, Urown \Winder 1 Yankee Shaving Coi-XTV Ga Jan IS 1853. The Monrc OPEK\M of this remedy, in the cure into the nostril.Manufactnred .
F\krr.
,
amend the Fourteenth andTwcutvIidrd
SCOVU. 4 Tliird Article, and] the that 1 have in of J. II.W .
111 Chartroo *>tr vt. New Orieans. Sole General; Cl.tur.os ofjiho This may certify : use one of the ay.-tein, with a peculiar iJetcnuication to Price 50 centi. Farmtrrille, La.
i ;- Agents for the :uibcrn Statv to vhom all >rd -rwid Tiiirtfcth im.l Sixteeiith C! i>e of ULC' 1'ii'tL Article Paints, Dry and In Oil. at.son's saw gin.s, with which I am well pleased: and the feniii! "ranms.ADIITUNAL. DILL 3IARSHALL, Fort Gaines Oeo. Dejt

s applications for ngencus uiv t be addrct-feJ. of the Cisum-titutien! of this State.Smi p.-, NOW White 7.mc IVtit: in 25! i l K, kegs take ylra-'iue in recommending them to pl.intcis in PROOF of this Cutltolicon being for the States of Georgia; Alabama and Florida. E.

,.' A THING OF BEAVTV. IS A .10 V rOUEVER.vill
4r... !) t'f Jtryn tFittatirrx t f the Mate of J-'im jut ui (.ini'rtil (Ciecn; : I I'jiiit ofvii 'Utkiids: Prv and in Oil the SUHc. M. C. B.LL Cl-SSFUUSAFIi AND CHEP REMEDY, will HINDS it t DICKINSON, Laiubridg; BELL 4

t \Vhy \ people endure tuples: on the "Iiuman .l 1 *.r face divino. 53. %
the third Aitii'lc of the I Red i li i In. do. do. di>. % touching the nature and svniptum- of the diseas- TESTIJIONIALS.

I : fact so well known, that Dr. Guysott's Yellow l-ck n altered und amended Kto read : f .llow< : "There Ytilow d.'. iii,. do. ii.,. ii.,. TIii: i i-i to ('-rtiiv I that 1 have ova (-cd f-r U. O. e", to which th? attention of Ladies ai.d Praetltioners .

nriJ Sar9prilla: cleansen the ckifi front all iniputity shall b* a Secretary of State Ciocted by \\.v\ qualiiitdj l'.lo 'lii. do.) An. t\ iK K !itoti I Iii, l.t t thiee I yi-iM pt-t: and u-e-d oiseeTJ.II. .LI j4 I "pt-tfu'.lv itivitc1. Union Parish, IA, Oct 20,1850.

t ', removing Pimjiles, Sues, ainl lUotehes, leaving the j voteis of this State on the lirst Monday in Oi-;<'b-r.) in Umber and Terra do Stiniu do. daCjimrne. I f. Wi.t-i.nV ,')O ?:i\v gins', rn.ide at Palmira, which THE INu'KKDIENTS.a.1 certified by high medical DEAR SIR,- I am greatly opposed lo giving twtimouiuls .

.1. fcffeoted parts as healthy. Mum-th and Ftifl us the fl..lj the year ls">0. who h.ill continue in! oli: ' *, ru-l.'S bas j.< rf'-rmci! In July entireiti-fact ion.,, and I i ii d'lra- autliiiritvte, pamphlet.) tire ALL VEC;ETABLE, in curss said to be performed Ly patent medicines -

cf a b.ibe. It ;is really priceless to all that \vWi thoruoy ;! Jenn of fmrr \caii1: and lie ball keep a f.iir reu'i tir ):. : ..n Is and tit her l'.iith: _' niit-i.! bl -Idling \\ell. liKNKY:: UATIU-IAN. and! are nA ociate-d with auy article unfriendly to ; but iu the case of ilr. Bcseman, irbo uwj

., beauty of ehilJh'Kulft 1 4 if tho I 'lVi 'iaraeti and' proceeding* of the Governor. A few barrel-: File Proof, K.r f.t\f\ very 1"W to the aiiiiiiyT c
: causes nil eores j.nd p4.1s.nou"5 Trounds to di]!* I| and ,ull, when requirfl. lay the sr.me, anJ all pujxr C11h4' a ('ti-Ilifl1r1It. D. II. AJIES. LEE COI-NT, Jan. IS, l.1 llFFiEaEs-lriL Dunbar. M. D, Baltimore ltd.J. .; sore leg. I am compelled, in commonbouettr.
all infected matter und eradicates iaiputi to make attestation to the merits of such an invaluable
..-, charge every ] ?. minutes and voucLers rela'ire: Uiercto, hit f re July pt.: 27 tfDctter Tlii: ; is to certify that I ha\ioer.ed for Ci L J'w.Injinl C;. Oriiefc.) M. I D. 15-ilt i more, Md P. IL IVckhain. 31. medicine.
I the anxious to do this
j1j the
I from Uie =tem. am more as
;, Fy I the Goiuval A'ijj.i1an..l sha':! jierf 'm 8-ji-h other t the* tuo pa-t \iar ii'iUhave\ : u.-.i-tl .'i u Jin farm-1 I 1).. Cti.-a. N. Y.; I). Y. 1'oot., M. D, Svracu-e. N. Y;
ft does it but oflscfaillr! givinj was a patient of own. and previously to
,
,
woik.milJ'y.
: be required of him 7Vw/W'/ Late than Never. person my
dutfc"; as by.i\v : M. H. MillM.. D N. Y. J. D. Flemin
may font 4i-it.oii: uin< of H\tr( saw eh, n.anfactur, by IturbMer. ; ?,, ** ;
and b'.o..tniu )h.ilth, iu the plnce of using justly nam>d heal all on his I leg. i Lad
t enu coug beauty vi'vfiice of the Socrctarv of State to lii- your
iliat the term > M.! I)_ Caiiaru'1.i.rua. N. Y M. D Citvof
W. .
4 and ulIN ticktziiw.'diseae. happy (ti iif-rm n-y et:'-totier! < and the puM'c C 1. J. I H. Watvn of t: I .tlnuvrut. wlti>-h haveperforaitd ; : WJUe, used all remedies usually adopted in such cases la
i : : M> i-kcted under t th) : amended Cou.titutinn, hball m>t TAM:. < rats!! that I am now receiving flay SPRING to my <'iitire n.tli.-f.ie-tioii ; I they make :i ii'ie sample, Nt.tvt ik ; W. I'reirtL M. D, Coi.-ord, N. H. a short time after using liniment, he teas perf.e-t-

e CALLING ATTENTION TO PR. GIYSOTTS conuner until the ttrni of off.ce: of the ofiictr now SI (OCK) OV GOODS.; Tine
tlec'ed! !bail rxj'ire.S.c. ted with S. B. WEST.
Improved Kitract of Yellow Dock : :il SnrMipajilla., 1> rtwfrj. Tint Die lw ever it wasYrs.. &c. M. D.
I 1. it jml'.rr (! ty- JOIIXSOX EPPE3. Monticello
all with \th} \\s fact, tli* >riiv 1 intend .oilViim tilt III ,
dii ice > J
I e feel c'fi.Jcnt thnt we are ij: a sen tn : THE PIBLTC.Farmerville .
TO
the Coutiuinn 1thi
third CInuke: nf the third Aniele of : ( <
lx. afHiftc? with Srrofuloua aiul other) diet sit, ]i iti;>'tl-i/li/ f'tif Cit 1i, will. I tru-t t, be iiTi iiidib't- Ga, Jan. 21 l, Ifv3.Ti.U SAMUKL PULESTON, do.D. .
trav State 1 ItMI altered amid nncn K>d as tread n': II. AM is: TtHhaa-e.! Union Pariah. IA, March 16, 1851.
irleri originating in -reditary taint <-r from imrmri- in'-jjt f-T jnrrh.t.-or to call. Mv rt"fk. rrlrt-u all re 1. to e'rtiftiunt I Iw.e ii use upon lilY pun!
f..l'ows. MZ: A State Tif-ai.r: %-td C4ImnhItr..hlrr 'f A15KL; t ((5KIFFIX.; Apnl.wl.icola. To the Editors of the New Orleans Delta:
eeiivdiiil tof all & trtjodiz .. <
tv of the bloo-i We have; known n-awes within o -ti-i-I Staple Faiiy : t titMiiif. in .1. e- nit'! JIaj.f-r Coimti1. 'ix'rt''II gii.i .f
I Public Accounts fball: be elected I by tin crm; Ci.. Central 201 through jour
en-h! made! Col. J. I I. Wut-ou of 1'jil- i Proprietors Depot, yocr
the f nuilablc >
]
the fph'-ie of our jiMjuaiut.meo wln.re mos-t < I 1.in a'i'IStiiprd O.-iiabirijs: !: ty -i\\s: by
I I lectors of (his St-tte vu> the llr > express
( di-t'-mper have been eurod l>y the U-H of Guy- )3Iiib"H-i! : !tiiji' and, Plai-Is iisyia. Ga.; \\ jIb whHi I tm well I pleased, aini ctriil-
.; ] N)fi, and two therealter.Sr.c | the value of of the discoveries of the
It-53.
year evry year July 2 i; Cm one greatest age
j I bott'g Extract T Yellow Doek and Saih.ipaiilb a1oii.i 3 lie it fiiitlnr'ruddf'I, Thit ihe ihirleen'hClause : Mancl.5tr und t ll.i-fo\v! St ruMs, -r them euuai to a-.v gi. ;na'k! in (i
i It is one Eu f the few ad\ertied mediums that cannot t t'fih 'i'u'ion Je'Aet City ftlid Ila.-ton: 41.! .. re-p'X-t 1 tike plci-vre i.i r<-C'>ii.ntriiiiu tLem top'.tnt'r
I of the Ariile of f I il.c Cmi 4 Iw tijrmatized with ipiackery f.r the "YellowIWk" a'e Ix s'i alteied and imiended jis to read as i.-[ K; 4.! 7t'J.1. rt-4.; l'J-1 >iiitin! ? on 1 Sheeting. tn Souti-W? rn ( ,.i"jgi.i r.nd Florida.Col. Although we are not advocates of the host cf pa

; : and the SaiMp.irilla" arc well known to IK? l\rs.viz: The Clerk of the Sullenie Court nnd i he- I Pillow (Ca-cand, I ---I Linn sn-'-tiii s V1 at ou ii a <..iiiin-n, I. iim. I out i aud 1 raised in Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c., tent quack medicines which now flood the ccAtry,v
S the moct .'tticient (and at the same time mnxioijn) : b carted I'l.Jii: ; J-trijH-d and Cheeked Liiu-ijS; our md-t, and h;s uo Northern intei. .-?.
Clerk* of the Courtof Chancery, shall: by inf-'nn tbejr fwwlj awl the public, that think it but an act of sheer justice to the inventor and
gentnin the] nliole Miitetii: Medica. nnd by far the ihe qualified c'w'ors of ihn Sla'f.! on the lir.'t Monday I Jri.-i! LHH-IIS und Linen, Lunu JO.SKPII ROND. WOt'LD have on kind a good! aasortmeut .1> such of use to the public, to cheerfully and voluntarily,

I Iift an 1 purctt preparation of them u Dr. Guysott'sow in Ociolier in ihe\ sir I It-T''". irjd v -iy four, I Iti'i.vn aii-i I li'.il.cd I Duck) articles! as sire generally kept in tlr -ir lifie "'f busiue's, from our own personal knowledge Dock aud Saisipaillla.SCOHL. thereaf! smd ihe* Clerk of the Circi.it i'/miri.- Isavv do.An LIE COI-MV (Ja., Jan 21, IP.'S. Their attested
I years er. ? and Will! I be re-e-ivin rfgwlarly: fiesh si'ppliea. [and whie-h have been by-numerous veritable
f ,: MEAD, shall be ei'-cted by tluj qua'.ifivdltctor; : in surlimanuer a- ->"rtinf-it, if( Priiit. :trl l Giiujhunw, Iii;:. i to errJifv tat I ''vre': d f..r Col. JoephR term" h. ll be rcaaauab1c.'rall.theae witnesses] to say tLat.need internally, it i it onoftLj

'.r 111 Charge* "trect. New Oilean*, as is now e>r may hm-afur be pre-se-rilx-d byJav. I'M.te.l I.hio aid l-uwn, l R.- Ja-t \tar at 1.4 Mu 1 Cit--k, j hr.tai? -n in Hak -r Apiil Vtlu 1&53. 14 best niedicines for diseases of the 'lungs and

4 Sh.)1ste General Agents fir the Southeni States, Kinl/d: do. d'i. Cuutity. ai. 1 lu-c.1 li(- if J. If lVt_. *. sat giiit. anal (rita> long observation know it i is the bet rro.dy ei-

I to whom! all wders mu't be addre ed. Aim sold bv Sic. 4. J)? il fntC.fr rn
.t D. H. Ames Nah fc Co, E. IJ nnrd Jr. TullaH. : Clause of the 1 fiflirtide <>f i CiinsJitn:5 i'.tm of iLl, Iti-.i l : IJ.irfsri-v. Striped: in-i Plnin.Hn'.id ar u-eu. it T1Iki n tin.. aiI !e af C..tt.l-aS ruigil >re diseases for which it i is advertised.
inor'h from this date I shall! to the
bsic, A. Wilon, Newport, Samuel k'ukctiin, State 1 be, md I i the l rarre i I bcnbv Foalu-rcil t I and I n- :; I eiij'd 1 ;r'-.r'- nfjill enli.r<, and I Wjiile do. four hee4: p. r il.y tit Ii Pu. :In I Iaiur.b: :.-. I OIX .. apply Dr. 1L D, Mavcs testimonial will further ccnvwc*
i-a Hon. .hidg. of t ProKito fir Wa hi: t<.n County,
J t. (>uR Cio, Joliu P. Jordan; AC i.. Quincy, \Viilianiti'er. mend.'d] a* to read :ufnilo'ns.. \-iz\ \ There ''aI 1 j4.| Silk Tt iienij'i: < >:-r indies Lt 1iI I aV. i-al s.f i, gi: bfi.r..nuil alwutv lad | anv one of its superiority in the cure cf CrnwmptiiHT.'M. /
for html Kxecr.tor of the s-state of John
] *. CliKttatuKKhie, Kiltr*!! 4 t Diok'on, Mirianna Attorney G r.eral f r the ?ta'e' who t-hal; r'- idr.V 31':-hiu i an 1 ("lUi.bii.-; uni-in s ihAeui it) httIar1a to Ily ctir.; sati-tctj.u, a tliliarije a* HAND, Sheriff; C. T. BARTON. Clerk,

\vO S. Bell t Co, BiiubiiJgo Git.., E. .Scixa., Thonusville. the emit of Government ; it tl.all l b> his ilutvtouttead l.iii-ii, :.iid I Tiii'-id I J! iiiir-. fi--u: .? to t in.! T idc. TIHAS( ; j.Jr.r CArrIER. I ergtin, Lite of -iid JAMES'M.Countv. decea e-?. K ELLIS. Recorder, S. C. DAVIS. Answer.X.M .

Ga. all Fcssioas of the (Jfiur.d A-afn>)blv. and n'nntLr I Plain, I lltnb'd. ;f..I I S.-.H. i'i. i Lii,, nin.' .' t'HkJs\ I LO.N', Executor. BRYAN. TV.CULVERHOUSR *

July ?, 15ru 27 -Jmeow riatfi e (if n- ac'. to dratt and Mil n-.it t t.illieGeutial i d'1. '!1.'. a'i 1 L.IW [ n.li'r. !ei-v< Corvrr G;., D, IS. 2.Tl.I Washington, C uny. 31arch 0, 1&53. 0 Cm J. W. H UTIINANCE, H. HUTHNANCE Ass.
0 T.i'Ti-t Satin ;.:id I p.: .i.n.-t iM.lfii--.<'.r!.-d.Lni .
--- - --- -
-
the \ SL
-" - tse.i&llv. }hl\ Engineer.
at sane F'sn'fl, :> necfs.1ry i to o rlify that I have o; LTM-M! T'r TlK.nuu* 00 Ounces Quinine-Fair's.
S : Freedom from Fever in Six Hours. ; forms of proceeding* tnider such lawn, which, when :.:i-a "ttinlit i f Fan-, Idi Pari I *.!* and I'lilUell.u I II. .M I ii_;h- ii tht! p < -it year, ai 1 ueil I twi- {jiM.hifiiria .- i.ui Sulphate iLR. BRYAN. D.PAYNE.
?. with i.-nii-ul! : .-.;tn.eut of Sb.! I H I:'t ts I II I in- TT ; E: hive just received the above lot of Quinine,
fhall 1 be 'H-with and he shall 7 ljDK.
i approved, p'lbli'bvd niiule: by J. 1 Wation cf l'ahiuivra. whiih February l). 1SC3.
r Xcgalicc Electric Fluid ; or su'-h other duties l IH warCro.k: -ry. Iron, iic. ve. J). C. WIIX.1.V.April' A' hk h we offer to dealers and c< u>imen at a _
1 T prrfnrm HS nuy prisei-ihii'v1 bv |K-rf riii law be shall be e'etcil' the eltHttTs of '', isj:;. I U I rednct-d ;pri'-e. Vs a i>ure and reliable article, this I.T.HEHDEBSOK,
OR SEATS1 FEVER A'NTIOOTE.'T ; by qalifipd I they gill f.u-t and UUike good lllit.
Quinine i* equal, if nit : >r, to in the world.A1.X .
ibi S'a'e, on the Jift Monday: : of Octolxr, ifi the FltYOll RODV.Atnvxv. biperw any the most succ'-fsfiil. scientific practifl"n r c!
'T wonderful remedy bas been thoroujbly testJL hand of and Aniericnn
Notice.SIX
-. i-n a great variety Foreign -
165fi aud f years"thereaf'er but for the cure of kinJ or
vear nir niavn western any
every country
ed daiiug the last three in all ea es of FtTer. Chi-micit! ile .iues te.Julvf. .
years Lrug4, ( ,
removed ibrt the addiv-s of ninths frf dutc tin i'nd< rirnpd.administra ."," Chronic diseases to wit: Cancer. Scrofula -
:n ; : Jan. C". 1 ? character of
and the Inter-
4 from yolUnr ) simplest laJS. -7 D. H.AMES.
-Typhus
,; I thinh'-'f ihe two hfsues of the General A I of Ujii F.-ti-.tc of I lite late It Serrieus Ulceration, Polypus, and Cuta-
mittent, or Chill and Fovi-r, in various of the v-mbly, us rt L.ikis: : ie- Tiii' w to e.I itify tTiat I la\e in > on rny pl..ntalinn Fungus,
.: Union in Central America and Europe. parts As incuJil and shall reeeive for lii* service* a CIInseI1atoYI! t-i Infixed cvai i, of Gid-dm County will e\tibit! I.r fh.al :urituiitt -- Ill' I thi- C.tv, -isty t-aw gilt nian'if.icturcd? by Notice. taneous eruptions of any portion cf the UxJy together -

1 witli by law : J'fursJ'd, That the term of oil-.! 4if and: I vouchf6] to the Ju l ige <-f I Pr-'fute ft the CoL J. II WatM'ii uf Palmyra, which I fouid equal w ith all manner of Chronic Diseases or General Dtbility -
Bilious
J l Ie as it mar appear euabled', jKr rms th 3r accustomed or any'ordinajy the Attojwy Gei >ral to lie elected] under thi* amen county! of Gad-d! ami a-k fur a di-.-ur? to anj gia made ii: < i i nr' i.i. ii cvtry Jt1 ticuar.! ;md I SIX men'h. aft -r date. I will present my accounts and Constitutional Dcrancement; also an Ocu-

4 i; Fe\er, *re d to after perform the attack thus being
I : labor on the following cured *y this Medicine within, of offii M if the oflicirnow tilled ltall i cxpne.Sr. I April ?nU"ii::. 17 r.iijfsT tn aniluuug I;.vn. ti> pl.mtor- in South- Vest. rn (Goi-r; ia.They : Anthony Avan.t Ieceased, lo the Judge of Probate of of men, and tbosa peculiar to woman; Also the alf.
4-i completely by twenty - -- -- 31a.i-.ni! and ask fora uucharye from said of Consumption, and all the nun.r
all without :<-. 5. P.fit fiuthi rtnicfcl, lliat said election* -- ;.re iiaui'letrenl in our mid-t! and by a Southern County, successful curer
four hours. It can be ucd by regard to l letter ciin
iritenniMon. shall be conducted: and the re-lunis there-of made in IUCIIYID: : : iiTun, a native of our o;\ n gLiiniw Get r411.I A Iniiiiiitrutiou. Pulmonary Diseases. Can be eoosultc ly
i age during fever or the manner now pre-crilied, or wliieh hereafter I 1). A. YASOX. SARAH AVANT, AdnCx..Mav person at Fort Gaines, Geo.
the ale of thi medicine in may Edward Barnard
The exclu ive rgbt to By Jr. _
_ ; I : the counties of Wakulla. L.n, GL.lihl'n, Jnck c'n.Jefrerson. be prcciib >d by Jaw f..r the elctii f nn-mbf-r to 21. 1653. 2U_ __ _.- _3Jm TESTIMONIALSLot1sYTLTE. .
I from this! anti it shall be AS OItT.MF.XT OF ( COTTON GINS.ET. T 1849.
Congress Slate; ; tlmduty ol JAItDHX-SEHD) PREMIUM Notice.SIX Ky. Ingnst ,
t Madison nji'l' Hamilton, Flcii'la' has ben APRHSH .
4 transferred t<> the tnItrtigt.il, to wliom all orders the Governor; to i i-iue coinmi siiins, under the seal of of f>.1i. i TAYI.DK ct H).. Proi;>iutor.nhe t : Co- month after date I shall present my accounts Dr. Henderson, I must say contrary to all expectation -

; .$ luutt Ixs znaib! from -aid enunties.Iut ; the State, to the pe.i.i'yis rrcei\iii the highest nurnber ALSO, A FItlvJil AS30I1TMKXT; OF GIIXUIXE; t.tt toil GUI Aianulaclory.lia\tf, I the >atiMjctiou ,! v'lui-hera to the* Hon. Judge of Probate fir von have completely cure4 my ist* "f the Can
lv ( up in 1> >ttlc* at 25 cents un-1 ?1 ; rr MX >t- Drugs and Medicines [pat rons Madi-4'ii County, as Administrator of estate cer
thee for f 5. A liberiil discount made 1<> Dru Jsls aud SIXTH GnxLUAL Ass-IULY.-Passeil be IIou e of tentTall I iv t i throughout t I Ihe Cotton growing re- James AhI.i ittiui. deceased, and ask for a dL-charge of the nose, the other directions m the various treat

Duaitr& A. II. W1USON, Iterreiefltat1VeS by the Constitutional insijori-y, Jan- PL'KFUMKRY: : AND COXFBTIOXAIIY, (gina. ti'i tii'ev! aie prepared to supply any nuuiberol rom said Admiiritration. ment of Chrouic Diseases has proved better than any

"U'lioltbule and Uetail Druucjirt. *nary 3. 1KJ3.: IV-heil the Senate by the Constitutional At the Sign of the Mortar, 1 Ihrir celi-braietl I'RKMIUM Gi>s. WILLIAM T. ALRPITTON. AdmV.Madi'on thing I hare ever met with b my 25 years investigation -

.' .. New 1'ort P'loridi. majority, January 6, 1653.Orrirr. .Monroe Street Tallahassee Florida. Where these GUM li.ue bren once fletl, it would County February 11, izz; ;. 7 6m and practice.
; br deenucl nnneressarv for the Alanutacturersto, aya T. A. HOBBS M. D.
3 E i For aleal w> at Ihe Drug Stores ofD. II. Ames Yours/Respectfully.
and < f E. Baniard, Jr, Tallahastee.Juu ()}SECRFTARV of STATE, ) Dinber 25, l2. 51 tf woul I I inlheir I lavor, as I they feel coninley t I lie machines MONROE HOUSE FAEJiEaviLLi, LA.November 18, 1851.

16, 21 C'ptoF, T
W-- CHARM W. DOWMNO. Sr-rrntnrv of Sinf' f,.r PROTECTION INSURANCE 'iiii their 'iperior! pcilormance will recommend (hem, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. mother in Ipw, Mrs.1Ietlrcks, foi Cancer in the breast

2; Middle Circuit of Florida. the State of 1'loiida, do be.-e-by certify the fnfjjoinp HAU1TORD. CONNECTICUT, I in prffoicnre I to allot 1 I tar dm* novv I in u-"r. i 01 the TLI P. MOORE respectfully informs the bas succeeded, and I feel no hesitancy in saying to U*
n-ii I Ilir
\\ho h tutit t (Gin-i
ol llio-e ;> ,
4 to b<' a true and correct copy "of the original ou file Capital .Stock, 'JO s iti-lactie.n i''' JlJ Public that be has leased, for a terra of world a* I have said to yon, that in many years expe
G ) To Fall Term SS3. At taclimetiL iiit d MlhJheirreputation.tl.eProptiel I I ; -
Jacob L. roner, By iu ihisofii("< and areunatfi i \ years, the building on ilojiroe Street opposite ience in the -w,*tni country and acquainted iithtl>
E vs.L. V Amount sworn to, J2CO In Te'limoyylKreof, I have hereunto afHxed I E und, vo Ounpatiy! rnceil, only saj I hat the I I.znsr Premiums the Phirnix block, ami will thorougl refit it for Seieiitific Practitioners, you are the very best o* a
r Nickernon J 88. Damages ?4C2 00. 1 prepared to take li-k. again.-! l-ra buildings been Dwatdi-d to I hem for I the UHSTGINex-I
T. ,
:: myUniHture and tug (;ret Seal of the on ivc a PiibliH''ie.! to be opened on the 1st December Chronic Diseases I ever met with or read after.
lIE defendant, and *1l other peioons interested *:? Sta'e if Florida. Dom at I lie CHpi'ol, in th< and their contents, on the' ino.-t f.i\'jl.tI.Ie! te-im iliulmt4 (I itt theure.il.SI laleI'jir held at A lanta.Gior51.1 i.ext. All the furniture, <>f every description in this Yours, Fvwpectfully. B. B. WEST M. D.
notified of the commencement of the I 11.I FLAti(;, Agent. : aiMi, at I A1L-Jma: and (Georgia Asrirultutnl will be antI it will be furnished
1 i: are hereby 5 City of Tallahassee] rn Monday, the 'JMli day Colmribu. e-tiblWms nu', NETS- ORLEANS LA, August 7, 1832.
Talldm OetoUr ? Mfchanic'.i-'airh| ( 1-1 at ; and at t tl.esnn'inl
IS.-il.:; and
? Itj above suit, and required to appear at the next term .i of Mcreh, A. I 1). 1S53: jmd si''PitVsevCtithiyear e 40T Fair taf t the S..ulh Carolina I ln-liiute comfortably anti tleicantlv. The table shall be as Dear Sir : Your medicines and directions ia the

: (on Monday* 17th day of OutoW, A."D.) mt: ,) of the In Jepeu Jcuce of the United States Notice. Chaile-ton.) The Ct.tlftii sir.iied on tltrsf Gin:?, rereived at- well supplied as i L. possible in this section, and U i* eases of Ulcers ic, ite, have aU severally been auc
of the Ciraut Court for I>eon county, in the State off of America. I intention, in all respects, to provide a convenient! saU
find them ;
I entirely
IX mouths after date, the undcr.-igriod Admmitrati t the firct Pirmiums at t the exhibition I eid in c *jfully tried by me, and
the declaration filed therein. as comfortable house of entertainment.
Florida, and plead to C. W. DOWNING. S and better than any
.; t. WALKER GWYNN. 'r on' the e.-tatc if Stfphcii' S.uirders, deceased CharlestonSooth Carilina, ;imn, i every Fair \\ here Tallahassee, Nov. 13, 185?. 45 tfS factory, and believe, your system
Kicrtt'try Slate,
for Plaintiff. tif lato of Leon County' fill piesrnt bin final account sampleof Cotton from I llier.i have been exhibited.) with which I have ever come across.
AttyV Aprils, 1RJ3. 13 Cm have in their Yours T. C. JleFARLIN. M. D-
June 11 1853. !23 3m and vouchers to the Honnrabli Judge of Probate The Proprietors IO5eSSiOfl numerous Notice. Respectfully.
l $ OAIRMICHEAL &.O5GOOD'S fuY 14'II County, and i-k to di-churgcd_ eel tificatt- l'rom Planter*, Cotton Kroker". Ccm- Any amount of limonials can-be seen by calling
.i El'llRAIM SAUNDKUS: AdiaV. tIj.ion Merchants! and Minufarlurcrs' of( Cotton IX months after date, I shall present my final ac- on th* undersigned, he flatters Iiimself in possession

4t S Savannah Medical College. DREDGING MACHINE. January 1, isz.Drugs JJ2 fin Goo' teslifyiiif; I that t the performance ol I the Gins, eouuti* und vouchers to the Honorable( Judge of of a decided knowledge arising from ten years elcs

:, ; $ 1 SESSIONS 1R..3-54. r ii undersigm-d havebf-vn appointed the Agents and the sample! produced by them, cannot be excelled Probate for Jefferson County as AdmiuL-trator ((tin behalf ractiue, observation and experience b the West and

: milE COURSE OF LECTURES; IN THIS INJ for the owners of thia) invention, and would re- Chemicals, &o by any Glut ever manufactured. of my wife. Ha.-riet I./ Girardeau.) of henry G. the Hospitals of NeK Orleans. His 9ystem, gives bnt

utitution will rommenee on the First Monday of eIfllaeul it to Contractois, ( iiIJilfla5.) or individual: ATE QUININE, warranted an-1 nil All ordei for Gin, given either to our travellincor Wirt, late of said county tleceaseel, and ask for a dis- a little pain anu seldom eves uses the knifov and whe*

4; : November and continue four months.JL who me alj"bt d'ing woi k of the follow description, SULVH i.uie local Agents', or lorwan'ed' to the Proprietor by char'e 0 from said- Administration. compelled only to a limited extent, remedies souti D

D. ARNOLD, M. D, Prof, of Institutes and Practice viz: Oil, I lilaek mail; will .ihvay* receive prompt attention. Gins; WILLIAM O.GIRARDEAU. Instead of irritating.

I M (Mo'licinx}*. Exttnstvo Dranuije of Swamps, Marches and Sugar : Ciiiim JKpjjer.Pnritied idme. an arlirtn pr.-1)ntcj] from the will be sent In any part of the country, and! war Jt-fiVrson county, April 23. 1853. ItJ_ Cm REFERENCES.
rive S.LtNf.lrti.fl.
ranted In
.T. 0. HOWARD. M. I), Prof. Anatomy., Plantations.Ihfildinjr Perm ian Bark, eon--5dere l nearly eijual to liuinine, at JO5 L ..JC1'TNent) Talhha Gov. JOSEPH WALKEK. Ex-Gov. ISAAC JoiYIOS.lbs. .
'i : W. O. BtTLLOClI, M. I), Prof. Principles and Prac Ix-vee around Plantali and Towns about out third the price. ce. Insolvent Estate Notice. S. W. DOWNS P. SOCT.E U. S. Senators (rosa I*
t Columbus, G> Rlaich 2''>, !1t32. 11 ly
I tke'fSurrerv.r Opening Channel Way mid reinouug lars at the A LSO, a general supply of Chemicals o f the best STATE OF FLORIDA. Professors STOXE, HARRISON. HESTXR of N. O.; Ps'

P. M. KOLLQCK/M. D Prof. Obitrctics aud Discas- mouths) of rireiH i and hailx>rs.Mtikiug quality. Je-Ccrsou County, to-wit: )_ CARTRIOHT, DoTrsra. and HoDrasoir.of N.O.

ltt :..: on of Women and Children. Canals through swamps, marshy or sandy Notice. I-\ IN I EL T. LINGO. Sheriff and ex-ofticio adminis- February191.1853. 7- ly

C. W. WEST. M. I), Prof. Modiral Cbeintrv.'I ground. Fine Cologne, Lurrfifs Kxtiriet. ,nd an assortmutof SIX months after date I shall present mv final ac- Ltrntorofthc estate cfJolmN. Partridge, late of

j 3-1:: H. MARTIN. M. i D, Prof. Pliynioloffy.II. Deepening tho water around wharves anti piers. P.irii'l'iiilet Articles, nt very low prices.Daii uinl voucher* to thin llojvrable" Judge of said C -untr. deceased has this day filed in the Pro Metallic Burial Cases. -

I L. BYRD, M, D, Prof.Mhtcria Medica and Thempeutics. Keeping 4ipc-n Channel way through lakes und rivciv Pain Kilhr, R adw ay,s"Ready Relict Probate of JuflVr. on County, a* Administratrix i f bate office"of saiil county a written sugg *stion that he

removing: tufts or sunken logs, te-aiing up loots oftru O) .goixl'rt India (CJmlagogue.Rome's TlMiinai: J. To\vn.-i-nd.1 lafo of sail County, deceased, believes the Estate of said John N. Partridge, deceased. -

I ::$ J. B. HEAD! M. D, Prof. Pathological Anatomy and -", etc. celebrated Plasters, and other Family Mc Iicincs. I- and ask for a dUnii -'on Iroin mv Administraton-hip. be iusoh nt
t > ;
+ Demonntnit of Anatomy. To perfions jofiiro' of impro\ing wacte t land by MALSY A TOWNSEXD, Adm'x. notice is given to all pesrons having

pii FEES.-For the full course, $105 ; Matriculation dniiiiHjre, this nwhiue ean iK-rei-ommended as the onI Javiic'ti Medicines, AT, Jx.just received brD. JcfTe-ron County, February l! 1853. 7 Cm claim Thereupon against said estate to appear and file the same ; .

;ft; Ttflftt t5; Dcmonstralor of Av'tomy, f 10 ; Graduitlo ly I) (111' adajited to all the purpiscs neeessary.To 1L A'MES. with the Judge of Probate for said county, on or before CASE
for Graduation, the tame as those who are bui'-dmg! or repairing i-anald: or IISKS PATENT METALLIC BURIAL
< n, $30. Ilcqu'iMten .July 9. 1R53. 27 tf BEADY MADE CLOTHING. of February next.TiiOS.J.CHASE..
it i in other Medical GIlcge C. W. WEST M. I). drains, it will bo found
May 14, 1853. .19 UN DellU'fthe Faculty. deeiH-u the canal: uud at the same time form an embankment Notice to Debtors. rriHE J makes supply htock no\v of laui'ing from thai Suwannee, Judge t'f Probate. 12 CEO. DAMON.
or levee.Thi our Clothing a very complete one
I. t sH mu-hiiie is u ed with either horse or steamjwwer ALL jx-rsorw indebted t'l the late firm of Miller & ot the latest ft) les. We will be glad tt> receive H call May 14, 1853. 19 9m Wm. M. TUNNO,

tIi was. M. A : whie-h can be increased to extent lire nijuestwl to call and settle without from thocc in want belIes hug we can nuke it their inter
any delay ; otherwiM* the claims iinict be put in suit to effect tat to buy fioiii us. Insolvent Estate Notice. AND COMMISSION MERCHANT
in iucces.ful all of FACTOR
) They are sow njierutmn ilk
( l.ATK OF BALTIMOUi: parts eettluiui-ut with theErtate of Jacob Miller. ,
the country, aud maybe seen at Chailcston, S. C, a. Me-NAUGHT & ORMOND. STATE OF FLORIDA. ) 5 80UTHEEN WHAKJ,
Ladies of Talk- I'. B. UROKAWSurciflng 2fo.
OULD Ue inform the : :
CS 18Ii3.
pcctfully April 16
4 W Navy Yard, IVnn&acolii, and ou the Canal between Jefferson County, to-wit: f ,1 Charleston, South Carolina.
1 haiice and it \ieiuity that the is now picparedli : Gahenton and San lniis.Uv Partner. S. DILWORTIL administrator ot me

? errcute with dec patch JJi cn -,/iaiit. ff, and Jhlllnely application to J.S._ SecT. our agent at Mobile, May P. 1S5H. IS Sm13IANOAND Notice.SIX WILLIAM.f Thomas J| I Kir. late of said county June ii. 183. 23- m -,

in all its branches.t3f" for lm) States of Alabama and Florida, formation as FURNITURE FOR SALE. weeks after date, I will apply to the Honorii- deceased, has this day filed in the Probate office of Fresh Groceries
fourth lonr south of the
: Residence, CapitoL to tic cut of the luucLiiie, A-c.. can; be (aitajneibtiIIflIt'I' JL Apply I') JAMES B. GAMBLE. Judge of Probate of Hamilton! County, for said county, a written suggestion that he belwves the ,
4tJ. 'April 30,.1852.. 17 3m ;: & SECOR, Vtb. lfif.3. 11 letters Administration on the estate of James S. estate of said Thomas J. Heir, deceased, to b uwol; TUST receiJ ew York

149 1 Broadway New York.rawings *" Apiil __ Be'll late of said county, deceuse L- vent; and New, fkIsa, .

tJ.4I'i J. CARAWAT bSIITII. MAtTIN P. UOBV. tv' ) of the above machine, aud of a ir.a Bricklaying, Plastering, White June 11, 1833.; :; 23 Ct MATILDA DELL Thereupon notice is given to all persons having Fxtra Family siBro'iru Sugar,
SMITH & DOBY, worked horse claims aid estate to and file the name Com Charifie& do,,
chine on the same principle, by jiowcr washing, 6cc., &.G against appear before

T LAW to be employed in ditebing, druiumg, and railroad with the Judge of Probate for said couutjr.on or stag t Shajr : Crusbad dok' .
: ?. nnilE undersigned oftos his services for the nlwveL In Gadsden Circuit Court. Plain Loaf do...
of
to the 14th
bo
dV
cavatiug, can seen by applying NovenjlxtgzL
I MOST1CELIA FLORIDA and !< ready to do work with promptitude and ou ChASE, ee'a
fi1 J.S.SECOR. Abraham K. Allieou, ) T* Spring Term, ISM. At Shoulders, Dur R'akingFaW5lClearSides

1ii4, ILL prnHieein time Middle Circuit ofnnd Jli'iida' 27 Water et. MIliIl.Ni'mb4'm reasonable terms. rj. }{. tae-hmeut Debt $185OO Judge of PoaIe. "BioCuffee, ..
W of Thomas and Jfl5 udes him March I'M8..3. 11 tf A. H. LINDSAY, John 19 6m .JavDried. d
iu the Counties 27, 1E52. 47 ly D. Cowart 1 Damages 400o,00.) May 14. 1853. rIbbed do,
--s Cieorgia.3Iajr7. -- rpHE i r drfenihint nail all others interested, iu the a- Fulton Market Beet Mqeiao

: iss;.: 18 JOHN B. GALBRAITH, Notice. Jl hove state
_: ATT01UNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, IKTKOIII creditors, legatees, entitle l to di tri- of this suit, returnable to the Circuit as a- date the undersigned will present Sperm Candles, :Prunes,
ALL
i' Fresh Spring: Goods. .' or .it1or i-c inte-rebte-d in Urn Estate o|r forcsuid of said county, and to appear anti plead to the SIX month 0.r..bteJudgc after 'of ProUte of Leon Countv. Adamantine do, P.eeatw,

Tallahassee, Florida. John 15. Page, late of Jtlien-Mi Coni.ly, Florida, de same. A. K. ALLISON. the Star: do, a
and Suwannec are '- and vouchers as admmistrttnx and
the we r<
biigt Sampson ooW8C0i1CO
their accounts
I .4al-eli, are hnt-by notified to exhibit their claims arid Attorney for Plaintift .
BY a general assortment of Good*, suitable E3T Office near the Post Office.Oct.. 9. 40' ( of the Estate, Wilhhaut 8. Theu.,
(1sIiliUl111 within two years fiom this to the under June 4. iss:. 22 3m adminiatratC .22" -
trad to wit GROCERIES. FLOUR, for a final discharge Drom the administration -
fir the Sprinsr *, : deceased aniVst .
will bo barred ,
the and all '
same -
Mgnd, or ; ei8on.
GOODS HATS YANKEE NOTIONS Con- D. P. HOLLAND j : said Estate of which all interested -will -
Day of rIe
indebted to the *iad deceased, ore requested to maktnnmtdLitc AGENCY OF THE /eTNA INSURANCE CO a
FANCY GOODS; SADDLERY Ola ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR
WUr, AT LAW, take
greM toSARAH
; nod Stone Wore, &&, i<., And will, of coutv*, be Florida payment C. THOMAS rJI1E undersugued, Agent of the above Company.L uoUco-RACnEL A. ALDERMAN. Adm'r
I. I ).M'Ai1 in eve IboM who may bo in need of anything Qninty, Extcutrir.WILLIAM silL receive appircatitina for and make Insurance WM. ALDERMAN.A'dmuii9fratcr JVL. and Salmon; V. SCOTT A GO'S.
t p C. THOMAS
Sn their lane.l WILL practice in the Courts of the Middle Cir Executor, ilgftuIst lviii by Fire. oti Brick and Frama Bl&ngsUrtitUrO. in right of Lid wife,

HcNAUGHT & ORMOND. and Jackson and Franklin Countiei.OcU.bei in right of his vile. ? Merchandize, &e.Jui.iny Max-U, 1853. 19 Gin Juac4.l833.

1 )11iil 23, 10 'Jit, 185!. 42: tf Jefferson Coui.ry. May 11,1 C5. ly u 2k, t B. C. LEWIS.