The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: June 24, 1854
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY AUIHOEETY and appoint ; and the persons BO appointed' court at such times and places as may be' and qualified, which said oath or affirmation 1 bered sixteen and thirty-six in each township I consist of twenty-six members possssin: :'iN..i j..f '

shall receive reasonable compensation there prescribed by law ; and the said judges shall shall be certified and transmitted by the per. 4 in saii Territory shall be, and the Fame are the same qualifications n9 prescribed for mt'm)1; .

1,1 OF THE UNITED STATES. for. And the first election shall be held at such after their appointments, respectively, reside son taking tho same to the secretary to be hereby, reserved for the purpose of beln:; applied hers of the council, and -whose term ol'ser r tt1
\\5 time and places, and be conducted in such in the districts which shall be assigned them. | bv him recorded as aforesaid ; and afterwardsthe to schools in said Territory, and in the vice shall continue one j'ear. The number 1 !

[Public, No. ] manner, both as to the persons who shall'' The jurisdiction of the several comts herein like oath or affirmations shall be taken,:; States and Territories hereafter to be erectedout of representatires may be increased by llio SIen
2.J of superintend such election and the returns there. I' provided for, both appellate and original, and I certified and recorded in such manner and of the 1 same.t legislative assembly, from time to tune i in proportion :
er to the
AS:; A and Kansas.organize ot, as tho governor shall appoint and direct ; I that of the probate courts and of justices of form as may be prescribed by law. The governor t Sec. 17. And be it further enacted. That to the increase qualified of voter: } :. 1

:'wbrsk and ho shall at the same time declare the mini- } the peace, shall be as limited by law : l'rovi.I I shall receive an annual salary of two until otherwise provided by law, the governor Provided, That the whole number stall never ::1" j ."
it enacted by the Senate and House of ber of members of the council and house of ded, That justices of the peace, shall not I thousand five hun r'd dollars. '1 ho chief': of said Territory may define the judical exceed thirty-nine. An apportionment shall : .

tprsentnth'cs of the United States of A. representatives to which each of the counties' have jurisdiction of any matter in controversy -; justice and associate justices shall each receive districts of said Territory, and assign the be made, as nearly equal as practicable' among .!..
melkl ii Congress assembled, Tlmt all that or districts shall be entitled under this act. when the title or boundaries of laud nay: an annual salary of two thousand dol judges who may be appointed for said Terrj- j the several counties or districts, for the .: :r

part of the terntory of the United States in- The persons having the highest number of legal be in dispute, or where the debt or KKIH I lars. The secretary shall receive an annual tory to the several districtsand also appoint election of the council and reprejciitwtr'vi', 4 'l-h.

cltaedvitlrin the following limits, except voles in each of said council districts for members claimed shall! exceed one hundred dollars ; : salary of two thousand dollars. The said the time and places! f lor holding courts in the I given to each section of the Territory representatives f _

lich portions theieot a are hereinafter expressly of the council, shall bo declared by the' and the said supreme and distnct courts, le-:; salaries shall be pai'i quarter early, from the several counties on subdivisions in each of J in the ratio of its qualified voters 1 { ,

exempted from the operations of this governor to be duly! elected to the council J ;- | ectively, fchall possess chancery as well as ; dates of the respective appointments., at the said judica! districts: by proclamation, to beT; as nearly as may be. And the members of ,. .

act, to wit: in-ginning u a point m the Miseouri 1 and the persons having the highest number common jurisdiction bach ul.trict court! ]i treasury of the Lmted States ; but no such : issued by him ; but the legi.-lntive; assembly, ; the council aud of the,house of Rt.pre3er.ta'J..ft (

liver where the limit,th parallel of norlh i of legal votes lor the house of representatives, vI' the! judge thereot, shall appoint its clerk, payment shall be made until taid oliicers shall at their first or any subsequent! session, may '!| lives shall}; reside in, and be iiibabiUutiuf tho J; :t

latitude crosses the same ; thence west on I shall be declared by the governor to be duly' who shall also be the register in chancery, have entered upon the duties of their icspcc-f organize: alter or modify such judical districts |; district or county, or counties, for wh:ch ..: "
said: parallel to the east boundary( of tho Tor- elected members ol bald hou-e : Provi- and shall cJ.his uiiice at the place vvheiu live appoinlmetils. The members of the legislative and assign the judges, and alter the!' they may be elected respectively. Previous ;
jitojy of Utah, on the summit ot f the itocky dcd, 1'lwt! in case two or moie persona voted! the court maj be held.: Writs I oi error, bills assembly hall be entitled! to receive time and places of huJiJ! -! tL court, as to (. to the first election! ,.the governor shall causa .4?' -:

mountains; thence on saii summit northward for frhnll have an equal number of votes, and of exception, and appeals, shall bo allowed three dollar each pur day during their attendance -i them shall teem proper and convenient.Sec. ; a census or enumeration of tue inhah.tar.U ?>

to the foity-umth' parhlc of north latitude ; in case a vacancy fchall o'hurwise! occur in i>, in all cases liom tao lnu.1 tiect.lulls of bhid at 'ihe sessions Ihereol", and tli>oe dollars IS. And bw it further anacled, Thai and qualified rulers of the several counties r; ."
tuwnco east on parallel to the western either branch of the legislative assembly, the !'district i coot ts to the snpierno toUt t, under each for every twenty ini1e' travel in going all ofliccrs to bs appointed by the President, and districts of the Territory, to be taken by '

boundary: of the Tenuory ol Minnesota ]I governor bhull order a new election ; and the such regulations! as may be pre"ciibed by to and reluming horn the said subMons, by and w ith the advice and consent of the en.1: such persons and in such mode as the governor /

thence southward on said boundary to the i 1 persons thus elected to the legislative assc-m- law ; but in no case removed to the supreme' estimated according to Ine nearest usually ate for the Territory Nebraska who by -', shall designate and appoint ; and the p thence down the channel shall trial bo allowed travelled route ; auu an additional allowance tue of the provisions of any law now existing i ior ', shall
Missouri river; main | Lily bhall meet at such place and on such day as ( court by july in said pons so appointed receive a reasonable i.
of said river: to the place of beginning be, I the governor shall appoint; but theicafler the court. The supieme court, 01 the justices of three dollars hall be paid lo the piesidmgoilicer which may bo enacted during the pros- : compensation tbtm for.ud the first

aud same h& hereby, created into a temporary time, place, and manner of holding and con- ; thereof, shall appoint its 0\\ n clerk, ana every of each house for each day he shall! sopiesidc. :lent Congress, arc required to give security i I 1, election shall be held at such time; ant place*, -: '.

government by,thu name of the Tenitory dueling all elections by the people, and the clerk bhall hold his oliicc at tho pieasuie oi And a chile! clck, one assIstant: fur moneys that may be intrusted with them |i! and bs conducted in such mannerhoth? as tu : .s, ,

of Nebraska ; \\heuadmitted as a State apportioning the representation in the several i the court for which be shall have been appoiu- clerk, a sergeant at arms, and door-keeper, .for disbursment, shall give such security at''' the persons ho shall superintend Mich elec- ,. 'L*-,

1 Suites, the said Territory) or any portion counties or districts to the council and house '! ted. Writs of error, and appeals Irom tilt may be clio*<. :: for each ht'u'and; the! ciiittcL'ik t such time and place, arid in such m&nner, as '1: tion and the returns thereof as the governor ':.

oftlie1satIle. shall be received into the Union I, ol representatives, according tu lie number 01 lion! decisions of baid supreme court, shall be !sliali receive four dollars per day, and: the Secietary of tho Treasury may piescribe. i i shall appoint and direct ; and he shall at 'ir ;'<- .
"ill or without slavery[ as their constitution qualified voters, shall be pi escribed bylaw, I allowed, and may be tauen to the Supreme the ,siid oilier: othcers three dollars per Ua\. ,r the same time declare the number' of members .* .:,
mar. prescribe at the utn of their admission : i as well' as the day of thc commencement ol 1 Court of the tinted States, iu the same manner cU' il16 the tcCait-u o! theK'gisUtivu abst-mb\: ; Sec. 19. And be it further enacted, That of the council and the house of represcntativcs ';..

Prouded, That nothing in this act contained |the] regular sessions ol the I legislative assembly: | and under the came jegulalioiib as iwiu. hut no other ollicers shall be paid by the Lulled all that part of the territory of the United to which each of the counties or diaI JV; .

6LalIe! construed to lutiibit, the government | ]Pro YI it'd, That no session ill any onu year the ciicuit courtS ol the Lmud Stales: where States : Provided, That lucre snail be Jut States included within the following limits, except I tricts shall he entitled under this act, The persons ': :. '

( t ed :tats Irom dividing said Territories : shall exceed l the term oflbitydajs! except the the value of the uropeily or thy amount ni one session of the legislature annually, unless such portions thereof a> are hereinafter having the highest number of legal votes ::" c',

in such. manner and at such times as jjrsl 5esbiOlI' which may continue sixty days. I controversy, to ascertained by the oath cr on ai extraordinary occasion, the governor I: expressly externptcd Irom the operations of. in each of said council districts for member* .;' .So.
Congress shall deem convenient tind proper, I Sec- *-** -\dl'* It '"rther enacted, "fl.nt'cn'n' I affirmation ol either paity, or oher: competent shall ttiink proper to call: tie legislature to- thIs act, to wit i : beginuirg: at a point on ihewestern ': of the council, shall be declared by the gov- .

or Irom attaching any portion of Fuid Terri- .'i free white male inhabitant above the'' witness, shall exceeu one thousand dul. gtther. Ihero shall bu appropualed, annually boundary of the State of Missouri, t ernor to be duly elected to the council ; and :,., :-

tory' to any other Stales or Territory* ol the ; :1""- "of twenty-one years who thull be an acI : Jars ; except only that in all cases illmh jo" iho usual sum, to be extended bv U.e : whoie the tllirtJ- e\"clllJ parallel! of not th hatI i( the person having the highest number of legal .:m' "

United: ; States: Provided further, J hat nothing ) I tual resident o f sa'd: Territory, and shall poses title to slaves, Uu' stlliHItl ol eiror, or ai* governor, to dchay the contingent expense ituJe crosses the same ; inence west 0:1 said ,., votes for the house ofrepreseutative5shaIl ,. '
in this act contained shall bo construed I the qualifications lien-iuaUer jirescnbed, :'peals shall bo allowed and decided bv tin- of the Territory, including Uie &..Iar, of a panJled' to the- eastern boundary of New Mexico :: be declared by the governor to be duly! IC. '1..

to impair the rights of peisou or propeiU shall be entitled to vote at the first election, .( said bUpreme court, wiyiont regard to the valj clerk of the executive department ; ana there: ; there norih: on said boundary to latiude I' ted members of said house : Provided, That ? --

now pertaining to the Indians in said 'J'eru : iud shall i bo eligible' to any tllice within the'j I ue of the matter, piopeiiy, or title in controversy shall aisu be appropriated, amiualiy, a siiln.-: thirty-eight ; thenc** following said boundary in case two or more persons voteJ for shall .,
torY, so long MA men rights shall remain uneumguished k.-iid Tcrritorv ; out the qualifications of voters, : ; and cxiepl also mat a \vu i of error cisi.t t cum, to be expended by the e eecretarv vveaiwaid lo tIe eat boundary of the :,,i have an equal number of votes, and in cast '

by treaty between the L nitec and of holding] oUice, :u all bubbequent: elec- : or appt-l fch.ill also, bu aliov.ed tu the Supieme I i ot lh I I Territory, flU: upon ai estimate: to I bv : 'err.tory: of L tab, on the summit ol the }KockvMountains :'i a vancancy shall otherwise occur in either :. ,.

Slates and such Indians, or to include nil} lions shall be buch "s bhill! be prescribed bv Court ol the Llilted 1 &tate, from the made: l bv the iv-creiarv: ot the 'ireasary ol the : tiie.ct: northward on said summit branch of ihe legislative] assembly the governor '; ":. I

lenitorv which, by treaty with any Indian !; the legislative: <"l'II1LI : : IVovided, That the dt-cisio" of the bald .SUII elite coax : creattil i b\: : I nit'-d c-iatos t') Ueliay the .' I' 'II'l'.lIi trio to the lortielh parallel! latitude ; thence cast i shall order a new election ; aud the persons

liihe, i ia not, without the consent of said tube! ''rijrht of suffrage ttd!| oj holding otlice shall be this act or of any juage thert-ol! or of tudisiuct i lfgi-1-itive assembly, iiie printing ol the law >, on :aiJ parak to tm' western boundary of thus e'ecte! l to legislative assembly hat ':.. _
to be included within the territorial Jimitb or! 1 t-xeiciPtdoaly by citizens of the 1 United States couits created uy liijo act, or of anv i 1 and other incidental expenses ; and t the governor the KlK'M: .Missouri ; thei.ce south with the meet atjsttch place and on such day a: the governor : .
of State or 'I'tr1iIo1 but 4 I 1 and the shall!, western boundary ol said State to ihe place ot shall: but thereafter the :.
have 1'erritory
jurisdiction any y ; j and those who bhall declared on oath judge thoieol, upon anj win 01 habeas corpus | st-CK-tary appoint ; time .t
'ill such territory btiall be exempted out of the I I their/ intention to become such, and shall have involving the question of personal Iree- in the disiHir-ement of ill mouevs. imrusteUto beginning be and same is hereby, created into place and manner holding and conducting :!';" -1

)boundaries, and constitute no part of theTcrritorY j: taken an oath to support the coiiatitutim[ ol dom ; l'i uvicetl, 'i nat nothing heieiri con- them: ,, be governed solely !by the iiistruc- a temporary government by the name:: : all!! elections by the people, and the- apportioning t. : _
of .Nebraska, until hajd tribe shallsignify !,! the United Stales: :mJ the piovisious of this tamed shah be coiiatiued tu apply to or aticct lions ot the :ecretary of tin 'treasury ol the of the Tell itBrJ ot Kansas ; and when admitted the representatives in the several counties ." ;,.

their assent to the President oi' tbcLl.ltt'd act : And provided, luither, That no oliicer, the provibiona1 i (Li thc act l"pectlllg fugii\.ch: I Luittt3a\ es, and shall, :lui'al1l.haH, account ,, as a SLAte or states, the said Territory or districts to the council and house of representative ,_ r' ,, .
States to be included within the said soldier! teaman or marine, or other person Iroui Jutlce, and per&ons escaping hun the lo tae said .Secretary lor tin n.anifr: in or any poilion of the same, shall be received 1 according to the number of qualified : ,"

Territory of Nebraska, or to atl'uct the authoiity in the aimy or 1Il01 the Lr.ed Sta'es. crattachtd bervicetof their mas ers," ujiproveil i'ebruarxtwtllih which the aforesaid 11101i' s bhail have been into tue Lniua with or without tlaveiy as their : voters, shall be prescribed by law, as well ', ", .

of the government of the United :tats to troops in the service of the L I.i. ,, seventeen hundred and iiinctv-three: j expended ; 111/1111u expenditure bhail bo made coiibtiiuaon: may prescribe at the time of their :' as the day ot the commenreiueut of the regular ..:.,.. .

tr jn>kt} any r..gullnion respecting such Indi- I ltd! State.--, shall!! be allowed to vote or hold and the act act to amend and I by said ligl.btlas.eUihf: lur otijecls: hotfeially : admission : Provided, That nothing in this seestons of the legislative assembly' : ., "

lIHi, their lands, pr lpt'rt., or other rights, by office in said Territory J ), by reason ofbiiisg:! to iho afoiesaid act," ltpVru\'cti suppkmen'.ary i cptenibereighteen '' authorized 1 by the its cf 1 Congress, act contained shall of the be United construed to inhibitthe Provided, That no session in any one year : ,:r. 4:1'shaH
law the nor beyonu the government States from die exceed the term of tha .a
1i eat or otnervvis-e. which it wouldlijivo on service therein. eighteen bundled and and m&King approprialiuas" forty days except ."
,been competent to ihe governmeijt to )j 'CC. f 0. Aud be it further enacted, That each ol the said district courts shall hilLy have; and I II I sums tlius .ipprojiii.ited for tuch oi>jt.cts.i v.clmg sa.d: Territory into two or more Territories first session which may continue sixty days, : .'it
l make if' li'is act had never. JJa.i'd. l the legislative ol the Teiritorv sId: the : i Sec. 1 IJ. And be it further t-iiattcd, Thai in such manner and at such timcs as ec..3 And be it further enacted, That t.-' 1,
j : power txercise hame juiisd.ctiou in all arising i
:ec. -. And belt further enacted, That ] extend to all rightful subjects of legislationconej under the couttitution and laws cases of the! the! legislative assembly of the 'lerntory oll t Congress shall deem convenient and properor every free white male inhabitant above the '.. 1
Ac executive jmucr and authority in and o-1 I ICI' tpnt with the ciuisMitutifm! of the United ; Lulled Slates ; aid the said Aim l 1.\e"r "k.1 siia'l! hold i its I first session at such nom attaching 'UYi yjortiou. of said 'errilory t age of twenty one years who shall be aii ac- .: .4t _f

said Territory of .Nebraska shall be vetJtd States and the provisions, of tit:! act ; but dtstucts couits ol the said, ] buprerne and therebpective |!' time and' place in said[ '1 'ierrilorv: as the goveriier lo any r Territory ol : tual resident of sail Territory, and shall ,t :
in! a governor, who shall hold his otiicc i no law shall be passed interfering with the judges I thereof I shah 1 erritoiy and I thereof! hall app' ,.i. taut dm-ct! ; and the nited atates ; Provided further, That ,j possess the qualifications hereinafter prescri- ;
for Jour \ears, und until his successor shall of the cil l may grant at said first session, or a> soon thereulter as nothing in this act contained shall be construed I bed, shall be entitled to vote at tha b'rst elec- ,; .
disposal no shall
jiiimary ; tax be writs of habeas in all
be ajipomted and qualified J, unless soonrr reoI' imposed upon the property of the! United are corpus the cases in voich: !' they shall! !! deem expedient' the governor and to impair the rights of person or [ tion, and shall be eligible. to any office within ; : :
the same the
the President of! the by judges ot shall locale property now pertaining to the Indians in said the said but of U .
its e1 l.y United States. Stales shall the lands or oilier I legislative assembly proceed tu I Territory; qualifications ,
; nor States )
United the District
The governor shall reside whhiu sad Tenilorv. cf Jlon.rc iJl'lIls be taxed higher than property the lirbt in, ol : of Columbia! ; I and establish! the beat of government! lor said 1'enitorv, so long as such rights shall remain ;t.voters, and holding office, at all subsequent ;.;, '? .
shall be and the cjx days every term of said'courlb unextinguishetl: : in. treaty between the United elections shall bo suoh shall be -i
and coiumander-in-chief of the lands or other property of fl": d\lltg. fen itorJ at tuch place :It they may deem r as presenbeJ i
militia: th.*ieol. Ho may grant pardons and t. bill which shall have passed the council Every and or So much,thereof: ** shall! be neces-j eligible ; which place however, shall met e.d- states and such! Indians, or to include any by the J legislative assembly : Provided, That .:, ,.. ..

TPcrht for oll'eiices against the Jaws of saidT.riLry house of representatives of the paid Territon gary, shall ho aplirollriilelj to the trial ol ter bo subject lo be changed I by Ine said governor territory which by Ire'aly with any Indian I the right of suffrage and of holding office shaU .: ..1

and! reprieves' for offences against i I shall, before it become a law, be causes arising undcr the' said cJlI-tititiou; and ana I legislative assembly.Sc. tribe, i: not without the consent of said tribe ( be exercised only by citizens 01 the Lnitetl !"., ,.;.
the laws of the Unilod States, unlil tie lecis. 'I I the of the Territory : presentedto if he laws, eud writs of error and appeal in all such .tlId beit further enacted, Thata to be included within the territorial limits States, and those wbo shall have declared on '1 t. _
governor ap. crises shall be wad to the supreme: court of I' or jurisdiction of any State or Territory ; but oath their intention andahiall .
to become such
jou of the Piesident can be made known: I'rotw shall sign it ; but if not, he shah delegate to tit! House of Representative: 01 ,,
tl. 'rt'on ; lie shall commisbion all oflicerswho return it with his objections Jo the house in : said Territory, the same as Iii other ca.Ms.The .- tile L tilled States, to set ye for the term ot two all such territory hal1 Lc exccpttd out of ihei I have taken an oath to support the constitution h. : <
said ceik! ; shall receive in all suh cases 1 boundaries and constitute no part of the Territory -i j of the United States and of this .f ..
shall l L'e appointed to ofiice under the which it originated! who shall enter the objections ears, who shall be a citizen of th! ** Lnitefstales tne provisions
l I the clerks 'I I until said tribe shall .'
: the same fees which of the! (ljSth 1 ict of Kansas, signifytheir : act: and provided, further That no o oliicer t
said the ,
laws of the Terntory, and shall take 1 I at large on their journal, and may be elected by voters :qualified : .
I ,
care that the la\vs-be faithfully executed. I to reconsider it. if, after such recon proceed courts of Utah Territory now cLi\'e for similar to elect mem be is ot the legislative assembly assent to the President of the United soldier, seaman, or marine, or other person ia ::'

Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That ideiation, two-thirds of that house shall services. I I who shall l bc entitled to tile same rights and :tatesto be included within he said territory of, the army or navy of the United States, or R: .
-there frhall b. a secretary of said Territory, ihe bill it shall be agree Sec. 10 And be it further enacted, That' privileges as are exercised andenjoved bv the Kansas, or to al'ecl the authority of the government r attached to troops in the service of the Lnitetl .1' 1I
to Pent
who fhall reside therein, and hold hs:: office 1: or with. pass the" objections. .' to_ the.. other. house, togeth-, _by the provisions of an net entitled .Aril- act respecting delegates Irom the several other J ennUI ics ot the United! States to make any ||I Mates, shall be allowed to vote or hold oth'cein 1!'jY: .

for five years, unless sooner lumoved by the I which it shall like\\i.e.Le reconsidered, and fugitives from justice, and persons of the Lnlti-d Slates to the said House ot regulation! respecting such Indians, their i>r said Territory: by reason of being on berriCtf 4j". ,
:' from the service of their I land.5, property, or olt.er right I by, treaty, law therein. 4 h Y
)President-of the United States; lie fchall record if approved by two-thirds of that house, it'I escaping masters, Representative, but the delegate first heeLed ;', : -
and preserve all the laws and proceedings I I shall become a Jaw. but in all such cases approved February twelve, seventeen l hundred shall hold his se.it only during the tl.'IIlIl.ftl.c e-r otherwise which it would have been com-i i Sec 21. And be it further enacted, That "t !. ,t

of the legUlalwe aKmruWy hereinafter the votes of both houses shall be determined and ninetv-three, and the provisions of the Congress to which!: be hall b: elected. Thcfirst petciit to the governments make if this act :, the l legislative I'oof the Territory. shall 1 Off": b. :

constituted aud all the acts and proceedingsof j 1\ by yeas and nays, to bo entered on the jour.I act entitled An act to amend, und supplementary election shall beheld at such time and nad never passed. t extend to all rightful subjects of legislalioa .J :( 1.
the governor in his executive department ; nal of each house respectively. If bill to, the aforesaid net,'' approved >eptember and be conducted j in such manner, as Sec.0.( And be it further enacted, That ,i consistent with the constitution oftue L'ni-' _:.".- .li
lie shall transmit one copy of the laws and 1, hall not be returned by the governor any within i eighteen, eighteen bundled and fifty, the places shall appoint and direct ; and at the executive power and authority in and over ]I!1 ted 1 Slates and the provisions of this act ; 1 r. .: '? t
of ihe-legislative be and the declared I I governor said Tl'rrit"rof Kansas shall Iu'C. ted but law shall be will /; .
journals assembly within three days (Sundays excepted) after it shall same are hereby, to rx- all subsequent; electioio the time, places andnianhler no passed interfering 'i
thirty days after the end of each cession, and have been presented to him, the same shall tend and be in full force within the limits of of holding ihe I elections, shall 1 be lire- ill a governor, who shall! hold his office for the primary disposal of the soil ; no tax :i ., i:

one copy of the executive proceedings and j be a Jaw in like manner as if he had signed said Territory Nebraska.. scribed by law. !The person haviiig thegreatest lour ,vers, and until his successurshllllc:1jJ-' shall! bo imposed upon the property of tho J':.. ;:: -:

o'Hcial! correspondence semi-annually: ihe j.. it, unless the assembly, by adjournment, .'. Sec. 11. And be it further enacted, That I I number! of votes shall be declaied bv iiomted and qualified, unleis sooner removed'r 'i 1 Lulled Stated ; nor shall 'the lands or other ?: ::..
of and in prej there: shall bo : r I ihe President of the Lniled StatesThe ot non-residents be taxed than -t-: 1
first days January July ('ach'ur, j vents its return, which case it bhaJl not bfi > appointed an attorney for said ) to be duly elected ; and a certin- property higher
to the [i'rt sidcnt ol the United States aixf two i a law. Territory, who fciial!! continue in oliice lorfmir governor lU-reot fchsll be given ac ur ilgl'y.-: guveruorhiall reside within saiJTerritory and tilt lauda urother property.of residents. Every :: :' : :

copies of the laws to the President of the,|! Sec. 7. A111IJe it further! cnatteil, That! nil years, and until his uccesor> shall! bo appointed 'Hint:ate the coriititutioii Jiiid all laws of tl.o Lni- si.all: be commander-in-che-if of the militia' bill which shall have passed the council ant ',; ;&.. _

Senate and to the Speaker of the House olRepresentatives ,1 township, district, and county olliccrs, not find qualified) unless gocK'er removed I b} i ted States which :are not locally inapplicable, lh rt.'of. lie- may grant juirdons[ au-1 respites t house of repiesentatives: ot the said Tcrri'y: ; : : : A ;
] : to be deposited *n -the ,libra I herein olhl"i, wise provided for, shall be appoinj the i'lesideiit, and who shall; receive the :l1n6 '! shall have the same-fort-o and thtet within 1 fur otfences against the laws of said Territory I snail, before it become law, be preoctiteJ 'J' "ito :,

ries of Congress; and in case of the death, ':'ted or elected, as the case be, in such fees and salary as the attorney of the United of-Nebraska as elsewhere und reprieves for O.rl'nccsgamt thc law the governor of the Territory ; if be ap1 ; 'I,,.
may said Territory
the I: I. l'.
removal absence of j States for the : of the tinted States, until the uccision of ihe1!1 he shall 1 it but if he shall ..
resignation, or .the gov- manner as shah be piovSded by the government present Territory of Utah.t .- within the I Lniled l states, excejit}, thc eighth prove, sign ; uot, return :
from tho the There shall also be President can be made known thereon : he it with his: the house in .
crnor Territory, secretary end legislative assembly ol the Teiritorv I a for the Territory to tiC admission objections to '
of the "
act reparator)
aud he i is lWI't authorized appointed who shall ;, tfclion ] : shall commission all oilicers! who shall Le i it shall have who shall ;
shall be, i LJ, and required of : braskn. The governor shall nominate, 1 hold his ollice for four 1 into tue L.iion, approved .Marchhixth appointed | which originated, rl-r.:
to execute and all the years, and until his. shall ] to ollice under the laws of the said ;, the objections at their journal ; !.r t
perform powers and, by and with the advice and consent of successor LcaJ1l'oill-t eighteen bundled! and twenty, which !i enter large on '.... -
and duties of the governor during such vacancy the legislative council, appoint all officers lied and qualified, unless sooner removed l by intomitcll'ita( the principle of: noni .' Territory, and shah take care that the laws | !, and proceed to reconsider it. If, after ; i-;",.: ;

or absence, or until another governorfhlahl not herein otherwise provided for ; and in the President, and who shall execute all pro. being intervention bv Congress with slavery .in the be faithlully: executed. ,r I such reconsideration two-thirds ot* that ; ,'ii Ii
be duly' appointed arid! qualified to Jill!J tho first instance the governor alone mayappoint ce !issuing from llic said couits when exercising i'I and Teriitoru-b- as recogr-ised by the Sec. 2l l.: And be it further enacted, That I I houso shall agree to pass the bi.l;!, it shall bo r. r ; 'jI
such vacancy.Sec. all said officers, who shall hold their their: jurisdiction as circuit and district States hundred and lilly com, llioiy thall Ko BAcrolary of Aid; 1'orrttorjr, ( oout, IvgclUM .UU AllW Wjovtluu, IU IQS l; t j : ,
1 courts of tho United legislation eighteen I shall reside therein, and hold his ollice : other house, by which it shall likewise ba t ':f\ : t.
4. And be it further enocttcl, Tliat oliices until the end ol the first session of the t' ; he shall perform railed compromise measures, is vv no !
the du'ies, be monly for five years unless sooner removed by the : reconsidered, and if approved ly two-thirds t i
subject to the :
the legislative .power ard authority of said legislative! assembly ; and shall lay off the same regulation -I declared inoperalivo and void ; it beii.t;
and hereby of the United States he shall record : cf that house, it shall l become a "uvlint iai ftfi-
Territory hall bo vested in the gOernor and districts for members of the | penalties, and be entitled to the same and meaning ot this ;.ct not tu President ; ;
l awembly. The necessary council 1 fees as the marshal of the district I ithe true intent (II and all the laws and proceedings of all such cases the votes of I.rf l.oustrs sbalj i i p s-; t
IcgUlath-e 1 of
a. legislative coui t the or btatis, preserve rt
aB.tembly and house of representatives and all olh- sla irto ierrilory I I.'J i (
tuall con lt of a council and house The I sha'l' in nor to exclude it the and of the the of each Louse, I .
.of representalives. couucU shall addition, bo paid two huudred I and and all acts proceedings on journal respectively.
loin -
coni. Sec. 8. And! be it further uaoled Thatno tree to regulate .
*i. t ol' thirteen members, having the qualifi.cations member of the shall dollars annually as compensation for extra people thereof perfectly i.sliluliuis. in their own governor in his executive department; he shall I It any bill .ball not bo returned by 'r j ; !
legislative assembly services. their domestic of the Jays s.in.1 withiii three (Sundays eiccpted *< {
of voters, as hereinafter prescribed, hold, or be constitution of thc transmit!! ono copy joKrnals oi the governor days : :
vhofcc term of service shall l continue .twc I I *haU have been appointed created to, any oflice which Sec. 12. And bo it further enactrd, That way, subject only to That nothing herein the legislative! assembly within thirty days after ': ) after it shall have been presented to 4 {i. !

years. The Louse of represent*Tn'es Uiallat ,I moluinentsof! which shall,hove or the been salary increased or e- the governor, secretary: chief juslice, and as. United itate shall* : Hovidul bo cu.slrued,. to revive 0 or I II iI the end of each session, and one copy ot |: him, the same shall I be a law in like manner .. I

its first sessionconsst (!twcnty-bix members while he was a member sociate justices, attorney, and marshal, shall I conlaiiu-d regulation which innj i iI the executive proceedings and otlicial correspondence -[: as if he had signed unless the assembly l .r. :',t "". .,
the i ilaveeUUd
I .
possessing the same qualifications as pre which J he was elected, and during for terra after be nominated, and, by and with the advice and put i in force any law or the uct ot sixth March semi-atmually, on the first day ot by adjournment, prevent its return, iuwhktiCage :. ..II >. ,..;.'.:', .

Ectibud for members of the council, anc I the! expiration of such tern but oneyear this consent of the Senate, appointed by the Presid@rit -t i prior to and either 1.otcc.1. 1 i. January and July in each -sear to tho President it shall not be a law. ," .>.- ": .
; restiic- of the United (eighteen bundled twenty United State and Sec. 25. And be it further enacted, That, :
vhosc term of service shall continue one year, tion shall not be applicable States. Tlie governor a 11(1Zilipointed or 01 tho : two cojiesof : ,
to abol.shn.gj
members of be 'tT.r, establishing, prohibiting I the President of the Senate and to all township, district, and officers ij "
Tho number of representatives may be in, the first legislative! assembly and secretary :! as aforesaid' shall ,! the laws to county f
; .
creased by the legislative! assembly, from I holding a comrmtsion: or appointment no person under L r they ioeiore act as sucu, respectively take an j. slavery.Sec. be it further enacted, 'I'hiatl l L, the Speaker of the House of Representatives not l herein otherwise provided fur, shall be ; -11 lr t
time to time, in proportion to ihe increase o!r the United States, except post masters shall oath or affirmation before the district judge or I 1:. And be appropriated, us has I to bu depoMtod in the libraries of Congress ; appointed or elected as the case may ,be, .ia .J ''i, lto !

shall! never !*c id lhinty.aine. An hold any pflice under the government of said, or Territory, duly authorized to administer, oaths,, been customary for be expended under the or absence of the governor from the Territory, governor and legislative assembly vf. the ''. : .l : 1
ort\onment\ shall be made, as nearly equal Te. torj. and affirmations by the laws now iu forte i a sufficient aniount, to ot the lerr.torv. the secretary shall be, and he ia hereby authorized -I 1'erritory of Kansas. The governor shall 4tt Z
: .s FacticaUe therein, .or before the chief justice II direction of the said governor here'' and required to execute and performall nominate, and, by andvvith t advice and coo- 4L'sent 1 :
the or
among J.veraIICoUulieli And tome the bums
Sec. 9. be it further I
dirtiieta, (or the .feiion of the council and -enacted, That associate justice of the Supreme Court of the Nebraska, not exceeding bimilar objects, for the the powers and duties of the governor during I of the legislative i council, appoint aU !! 1ti f'C4
\ giving 1 each the judicial iowerofsad Territory shall bevested United Slates to support the constitution (, toforo appropriated for al the such vancancy or absence, or until another I otliceis not herein otherwise provided for ; .J a 1.t
rS? section of the rl buildings
represent'on!, in a supremo court, district courts, the United States, and faithfully to I erection _of suitable public of "overuor shall be duly appointed, and and iu the t.8t instance the governor alone 4t #
qualified voter* .. nearly ia?the ratio be. of its probate courts aDd in justices of the pfjnje.. the duties of.their respective otiices disdargc, v hich I sent government, and for the at puichaso the seat of a I qualified to fill such vacancy.Sec. may appoint all said officers. who shall hold 11; t t J!
mas And The supreme court fchall consist of a chief ment library, to bo kept it further enacted That cud of the first I
the members of the council Bail I oaths when BO taken, shall bo certified O\er Icgis- tW. And be their offices until the sessieu t
of representAtives thall rode and in of/ the house justice and two associate justices, any two by the person by whom tho same shall have \-c nmentfor the use of the governor, court, the legislative power and authority of said Territory ot the legislative assembly ; and shall Jay :
habitants of the district or countJ and be in. of whom' hail constitute a quorum, and who been taken ; and such certificates shall be lath'o assembly, judges of supreme said 11erri- shall bo vested iu the givernor and a otfthe necessary districts for members ,i uf.

tries, for wJII.ch they may be dertexi, or coun. shall!! hold a term at the scat of governmentof received and recorded by the said secretary creUiT., marshal, and attorney and oi under such legislative l assembly. :The legislative assem- the council and house representative; ami,, a :
r&8 c.c. said Territory annually, and they shall hold and such other persons, of council and officers. ,
lively.! Previous to the firu among) the .ezecDt V'8 proceedings ; anti the tory Jaw shall consist a bouso of repre all other
governor shall cause a eenws, election, the their office daring the period of four years, chief justice and associate justices, and all atiortsas shall be prescribed further enacted by ,That sentatives. The council shall consist of thirteen Sf'c. 2G. And ba further ttuultej.Thai .

lion of lie inhabitants and qnffified or enumora. and until their aucecMora shall be appointed other civil officers ia said Territory before' sec. Ifi- And be it said Territory shall besurveyQd ,members having the qualifications 01!I oo member of tho legislative *tfeuiblr shall -

'UIP Be\eial counties and district of voton the of aDd qualified. The said Territory shall be they act as such, shall tako a like oath or af. When Ae lands in the direction. ot the govern- voters, as hereafter prescribed, whoso, fffu I hold, or be appointed to, troy. o&c. *hitb I'
Ter divided into three judicial districts and dis. firmation before under the service shall continue two Th''. shall have been
"lory, lIt bo taken by such a the said governor or secretary States, preparatory to of yeare. created, or the salary or
Wtb i"doaa the governor haJJ persons and i in trict court shall be held in each of said districts or some judge or justice of the peace of ment of the the United into market, rtctwoi : uuiu- house of Keprescntaliv'tushallatjta: first Sfcosjut.1 .emoluments qf which shall have IK-WU iij, a

df'ipTl3te by ono of llic ;justice oihe supremo thv Territory who may Le duh- comm aE.iclDt-'d brh.ginp same a




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of the Abolitionist .ting
F member the the duties oTUi .respective States and Territories hereafter to bo erected Southern Whig Convention- Amusements
timing fully to r
he discharge
creased'while wa a The Cclumbun in favor of the A portion of tie inhabitants of the town of Wee At meeting cf the Democratic of
Enquirer pronounces
I for which he was' elected, mid for one offices, which said oaths, when so taken, shall out of th- same. JefTtnoa
term Tntalltgencrr, tn hildH field Bfas, on Saturday, Tented their importent rage held at the Court Howe in
F alter the expiration of such tomi ; but bo ceitilie> by the person by whom the same Sec. 35. And bfc it further enacted, That, proposition of the Petersburg County Konticell; ,,
vear nt tome central point at the rendition of J>um', the fugitive slave, by hanging the 17tli instant, for the
; tin retriction shall not be applicable to *liall have been taken ; and such certificates until otherwise provided by law, the governorof Southern AYhig Convention, Saturday pcrpwe of 5eTe.
define in the South C lun.bu3, Georgia, either during in -ffijy: President Pici-ce,senator Douglas. Com.uii ;insr Delegates to present Jefferson
mfMibera of the fiist legislative assembly ; shall be received and recorded by the said said! Territory nay tlie judicial uitricls -- -Boy > County m

kSc and holding a commission or secretary among the executive proceedings ; of said Territory, and assign the judges the coining autumn or in the ne it spring: to consider Der Living and Uistrict Attorney Hallettof Democratic State Convention to be held at Msdisoo,
nu appointment
; :.! person under the United States, except and the chief justice and associate justices, who may be appointed for said 'territory the policy and duty of the Whig of the South/* lie Bo.ston. While these interesting' proceedings were on tbe second Monday in July next, for the purpose

; postmasters, shall be a member of the legislative and nil other civil officers in said Territory, to the several districts : and also appoint the Enquirer"respectfully inviU-s the early and mature going on the church bells were tolled, and ether dismal of nominating a candidate for Congrfts? on motion,

l' assembly, or shall hold any otfice under before they act us such, shall take a like oath times and! places for holding courts in the consideration" of the article of the Intelligencer and means resorted to for carrying out the melancholy Oen. WILLIAM BAILEY was called to tie C

fii t the government of said Territory. t or affiunation! before the s.iid governor or several counties or subdivisions in each "f concludes] iU editorial as follows : idea. After hanging a reasonable time, the figures and Dtsin. T. Lwoo appointed Secreiary.

Sec. 27. And be it further enacted. That S-cetary; or some judge or juttice of the of said: judicial districts: by proclamation, to There is cvideutlv btf re us, and not far distant in were cut down ; but the effigy of Judge Douglas was After a brief explanation of the objects of

..., b of! the Territory who mny be duly commis be issued by him ; but the legislatire assembly the future, a fierce nnd heavy struggle. The tide oluniiskmry too diabolical fir ordinary burial. w> after belaboring! ing by the Chair, on motion of Dr. J. S.
ofaid shall peace
the : and! and
Tcni'ory ?
U rolling swelling
judicial !
,w' vested inn power court, district court?, ionoil and qu.iliiied, which said: oath or at their first or any subsequent session, j jIBHV \viU siiliiiieiare feeling the entire now North. Jt* baneful current; hw head with clubs, they burned him at n slake. Chair appointed a Committee of fire to draft

'AT : supreme and in of the affirmation shrill he certified and transmitted organise, alter, or modify such judicial will then Lo turned and directed against the peace and These instance* of lunacy are lamentable, and their tions expressive of tfcs)jense of the meeting.
? probate courts, shall const of peace.cl.u-f by the person taking the same to the secrcta1 districts, and assign the judges, and alter! lie seem ity of the Soutli. It must be checked and st j ed, frequency of late might lead some to believe that the The following named gentlemen were

1;: I 4 The supreme court associate u two 1 to be by him recorded as aforesaid ; and, times and places) of holding the courts, as to cr we as n people, shnll!! be stranded aui wrecked.It .- sedition laws were repeal too soon. said Committee, viz: Dr.J.S. KusseJI, J0la
: justice and two justices, any is tinic that we should begin to prepare fur the isue
1 nlteiward, the like oath affirmation shall them shall seem ami convenient. At Milwaukie, on the Cth inst., one of the Judges of *
? proper
of whom shall constitute a quorum, and who and inarAhnll our forced for the coming contett. son, E. E. Blackluin, Smith Simpkins md Dsu'el
... -_.. .. A: hall hold a term at the seat of "overnmer.tI. I be taken, certified, and recorded, in such Sec. 3(5.( And be it further enacted, That To accouiplwh such ao end successfully and effcetuallv. the Supreme Court of Wisconsin declared (the Fugitive Bflyrd.

t, : .t -of said Territory annually ; and tby ht11 manner and form as may be prescribed by1law. all officers to be appointed by the President, union, harmony and organization are ahaolut&lynecessary. Slave Law unconstitutional.( The case wa an The Committee retired!, and after a brief Uac
;ak shall receive annual by ami with the advice and consent of the Let then aaoh n convention as proposed. for
The writ of habeas
j an application a -to release
offices the peiiod of four governor corpus one through their Chairman, the
hold their during reported
4' j who be held at the time and place specified.Ltt follotnnj; r.re-.
thousand five Irindred dollars. 'Senate for the of Kansas, of the
be' salary of two Territory persons charged with participating in the
shall] it be for advaneemeut rescue
and until their! euccessora and corifcultatioo.nnd for the amble nut resolution, which were unanimcualy

years appointed, and qualified. The said Territory | The chief justice and associate justices shall by virtue of the provisions of any law now the purj>''e of agreeing on the best nut m'.st acceptable of a fugitive not long sirtee. The court ordered by the meeting : udopted -

receive annual salary of two thousand dol! existing, or which be enacted daring J anil 1 lotiC of the einls lirow iti hi
shall be divided into three judicial districts, I an may pith plan? defeating overt release. The United States Marshal, it is said, WHEREAS. The time b rapidly
approaching when
r. be htld in each of lars. The secretary shall receive an annual present Congress, are required to give security i the design of consolidated northern fanatKiym. TlieI will not obey the order of the Judge. th*
and a district couit shall Snatoi3 people! of this State will be called to a'
that be instructed with I whig and Repreflcntatives in Congrecn have on select
The said for
of thousand dollars.
salary two
tlie moneys may Another in=tacce of the violence
of of
; : r.. enid districts ono oftho justices j opportunity to views and the abolitionists suitable
ii by from them for disbursement shall such' security cu readily inttrchnnge (spin Representative to Congre- : AnJ whfress
salaries shall bo > give
: court, at such times and places as paid qu.iiter yearly, i'.03. and it would be gratifying to UA, and doubtless occurred in Ot >go county last week. A ngro committed The of various Counties have
; ; supreme the dates of the at at such time and place, and in such manner the whole Democracy expresee4
U. law nnA the c.nU i iIlVeiy respective appointments al oto of their constituency, to have their a burglary in Elmiia, some week since and
r .,.l ._ may be prescribed the treasury of the United Stntes ; but no as the Secretary of the Treasuiy nift.presc ) i-onricti.- of our duty anti policy in the present conditim arrested iu a desire that wealiouM! meet iu Convention for that
; shall nfter tber tppoiutmeut respec.i was Jersey City. He effected hit
; judges shall be made until paid ofli- rilC.5cc. of affair We"shall therefore take the liberty escape purpose : Tliercf, j

; ::r r' reside 111 the vtiaviit i. wlilch shall bi ,i such shall payment hare entered the duties of| 37. And be it furtler enacted, That} to fujjgwst, if propriety fM.-rmit, th.t they meet and from the jail and! was again arrested in Otsego coun 1. Be it fii-tiitreJ, That the Democracy of the Corn-
them. The of the several cer* : upon coiifrr, nut uiit in the The told of the rabid
jurisdiction j South abolitiooiiM
assigned recommending to apLi.furin ty. negro some
: their respective appointments!. The members all treaties, laws, and ether engagements for ty of JefTersfM, in thfs meeting aisembled, send a

; jL courts herein provided for, both appellate I! of the legislative assembly shall be entitled made by the government of the United States Ve are wedded practical to no operations.paiticular line of policy In that he was a fugitive slave whereupon some twenty [ suitable mincer Delegates {to the State Convention

t, ''i..t;: 4, .. nnd original, and that of the probate courts j to receive three dollars each p"r day during I with the Indian tribes inhabiting the territo- effecting our proposed end ; but in our estimation it eight ofthin. armed with piMols, &e, entered the I to be held in il.uli'ou on the second Monday in July

2 ?. and justices of the pence shall b; as l"-n- their attendance at the sessions thereof, and ties embraced within this act, shall be faithfully can be moat erTevtunlly accomplished Lv -elaiin for room where he was imprisoned under charge of the next, for the purpose of oomiiuitio a democratic caudldate -

f ited by law: Provided! That justice of thc I three dJhus each for every twenty miles !! and! rigidly observed, notwithstanding j' Southern candidates alone, separate aud distinct from officers and set him at liberty. The officers remon"I for Coigre

',, vi>. 'Z'i'+\ ,, peace shall not have jurisdiction of any '' travel in yoingto and returning from the said 1 anything contained in this act ; and that the present pnity divieicnA. I straU-d with the mob, and stated the whole cireum* 2. I-solt-etf, That we most cordially approve t&
a' '* ; when the tiIe! or The Montgomery Journal, the central
in Whig
matter controversy organ i ihtnces connected with the
; tho ncnreit and Euperintendencies arrest, but they persisted the administration
I :, \ sessions estimated according to existing ngencivs leading measures of present r.f ttj
land bs in dispute or of Alabama also sustain the
of ,
boundaries may movement. The Journal ia him At lug
t with the same setting
continued i
allow- 1 Indi-ins be rty.
4 ..c ?. claimed thall exceed Usually trau'lk'd route ; an :Htional said | Fedfral Government. and nooe more than that gre.it
) 'f4 t. where the debt or sum : ---
V I of three dollars hh.il! l.e paid to the presiding powers and duties which are now prescribed I measure of coastitutional equality, the Nutwsia Bill
i- i
If \ *'*!**"" ,' on* hundred dollar* ; nnH (tliA RJiicl 6 1prem.ie ance officer of each house f-ir each day he hv lawxcept that the President of the United fc The reasons expressed by the fatrlliyrne'r are \ Northern Democrats- 3. Reio.'veJ, That our present able and di district courts rpspectuvly, shall jtosess1r : iinfortuuatcly too tnie. Thui feelir.g. and thus beliesirig. { -
7. and -
ii-'V wc'.l common Ii\vjurisdiction.: shall ?o pie.-idp. And a chief clerk, one assisi Slat:K may, at his discretion, change the ( we cheei fully, so far a< w arc concerned. I If their Whig opponents are to be believed, says (the Representative Hsn A11 MAXWELL, i* entitled

j ',.! "' chancery as court as the judge tluroofj i taut dci Ic, a seigeant-at-ariiis, and) dooikecper location of the office of superintendent. j "nnctir-n the idej. of a Southern'Whig Convent, a fitniyin.l\\e\ Democrats r f the North, from the President to our confidence, for hw able support of that and other
district or
1-*r.>: .- "' f Each its clerk, who hhall aUo! be the 1 nsay; bo tho-en for each house ; and the Approved .May :30th) 1 1654.Jlortoian j fuzgfstcd by the InMiiyinccr, and think that the down, sic a terrible set of fcllowa! to be sure.In .- leading ui-asurt-s of the administration.t .

j shall appoint _1b._ ,,, -.i.niv.. ( dollars! sooner it is called the better it will be f.r the counti,. aniwer in one of its who is
cav..tl correspondenl.
l' his 1 ; ; > .uiir ncr ready 4. Rt*Aiii and shall \ I V-4V. >-.k m. *' t to
keep That
in chancery, we the hLh
: register niuccrely regret u .cwity u ren-
,> 4", otlKO( at the pi/ice/ where tIne couit may bo i i and; :i the saM other ofliceis three dollars per ; tiers such a Convention neccM-ary, none wl.o know u"r to revolutionize the government b t-aue of the passage vote for the Hon. A. E. MAXWELL, as the choice oftLs

; '" '1-*:! : J held. \Vrits 01 error. Ijilk of excqitiou, and 1 day: during the session of lheli'gihiivcae l i embly & lournalV 1 will f.ir a moment question. There we AVl.ig-s at the of the Nebraska bill, the Providence Journal, the Thinner County of Deniocracy. and to ue al! fair aud

1 :* jl./ shall be allowed 1 in all cases fiomVf"1 b'lt no other office: s thall bo p;.: l by tl.e U. -'I NWth who )have ben hitjhly twiied Ky n* a wind. best natured of all theonti-slavery presses, iudites the honorable means to secure hw nouiinntion.j .
j' ., appeals, them shall )be but one | conservative national republican, but their recent
States Provided That following paragraph :
: 5. Kesofetd That the
decisions of said dibtiict couits tu j present Jnunistratk>nbas redeemed -
the Haul loud dinurieiHtions of th'- South and slavery Lave .
... ; _' .T'" the court, under such regulati.iijs: as session of the legMatuie annually, unless, onnn ,Itieed the mo.-t painful distrust wid inortiijciitioii.Ve .-.- \ As for revolution en account of an act. which the all the pledger made by the Democratic psr-
/ '. supreme shall _.. I South did ask
not fir
the which
; occasion ------ --- I wan sed < the
: ? extruordin.iiy governor \ nllnde that who euetaincd pa nly by i
*' pretciioed by law ; but i'i no case particularly to portion aid of Northern ty, and we congratulate the pe j Ie of the United
maybe and which
v v fill the legifclature togeth* r. June 24 1851.I (the measures of 1650 tnt who i men, was pushed through
: ) think to Saturday, O'/mnroinii'e row are States
shall tiial
| proper on having President who knows
.. f'-* removed to the supreme couit' by'vj' by A Northern President tie Mea! is not to be thought R DO. North.no
yV/ .. beapprorristed.amiually tit! tiSil- loud in their dennnciationn of the rejx-al of the >I'i''-
'L e'lall
'% ** jury be allowed in said couit. Too supremoV' There 'S'luri Comjromi contained in the Ni-Liraika lAtE of. In any line: of separation between the rvorth and South, no East, no West ; one who acknowledge* the
.1 be expended by the sjoveM-.or, to TI3FIM??. Three Doliais -r annvm.if) pni I have
to we to Indiana and
6'im, I p IlliititH
.1I a
shall !
of the ditf.rent
thereof perfect jnaity section
% court or the justices : appoint Why they *liould thui di-nounco the rej-teal of tie Mis.' an J wisa evecute -
I /*p ., tT the contingent expenses of (thy Temtory, 5.1 lrano -; >a: 50 if i jLI'i; within nix inM> tiinicf i 'n the South and Tennr e on the North. It isI
-TiL: '. its own clerk, ana every cleilc sliall hold his fray of rleik of the executivedepirtineut subscril'in) ::..trlI! On(I at tlif oml < f the v thcd.-v
> a rttrirt1 Governments in L tat
-"Jj **"'*' ** office at the pleasure of the com I for which i nu'lmliiig : ( )ziI41ar j p-rtjuttreof> 12 liiw-s-fiT tirt t* made such gigantic strides. Jftcf hail a 'tirttrn rtckleaa faruticism. While! we have such a Pre-idnt,
[ be
shall! also unable divine nnle it
and tit! :e appro- and \ew' Morion we are to s H
:* / '" he B hitL! have ''K'en 'iptstinttd. 'sViii i1'ii' ; be ani l t-.fty LVnt* f.r ,tlI Rtiln-'f-fjiunt in orti"r f. An f the a rl.ern: nnti- confederacy, titIenncraticpatty would almost jno- sustained by such men as S. A. Doajla.', ar.-I! otherj -
| T purpoaof huiMing g-cat
s-ullicir-nt! e oni, to expendffi up "
< ; iatti annually, a of cuiKiiJ&tf Tixo Dollnis esu-b.alvayi the IntroJnclion
and from the iinal decii-ions u! p. n'juno.'iiKiitg the Pose slavery. patriotic Democrats of the North the Union
,. 'J cjror, appeals slavery party, which itV-M eventually end] iu ituhiVerein j usafo.anJ
." -! -.i .. the oftho 'IViritory, and! i ia aJv.iuro. Re:itrioti". Ol ittnnn: !
secntaiy to ji-ii > t' As line in
by to the
aliuv\od and < drawing ,
tlmll t be case separation
." said court, i of our iu>tituti u< and a dismemlx-rment oi > ai the rights of the South as secure as those of the "ortL
,, -* ?* -'" supreme the Sjjiremo Couit 'f the upo'i! in estimate to be niHtlc by theSccu-tary .*? Ntie. nut i-xeeoiJimj 1 12 liiifb! will \>* publi- irHti the to
he taken .. the and
( tlw iflk.t safety of .
aa "a < may : to 17" N*' C'-rtnit-atf s publionli'-nof prosperity 'JUuion >
r.f tic! Un.tedState> (lefray unable what end hav %iew
of the are to sec Inter they Mn -
S ia th! same :inner and ) Treasury of will Lc givet our icwi exactly ; but we can't consent to part with
United States, <- "T lal l n.'tites t any d.--riptio depends on the success of the Dvmocrai
/ '" tlm \Vbi have party
-cmblv of the 5outhe
'j I the course of legislative;
: .J-V. under the same' regulations as from the the expenses[ other irjciilcntal will tie it'lrrrtiiiiig ft1"1 if j iu-J. 11<> do with them. an4 ai a matter of COLISC, imt setup Tei.ecce and the graves of Old and YOLIV Hickory.If and! that we will sacrifice all personal coushleivtiins
f' of the Suited Jrtato? : \\hoie printing' of the laws, anti : expenso the Journal will in the placu of Tennessee, be atifid
: i> 1 '? circuit courts and of for tlh.-11-.vclvt-s, and act altogether iudfpendei for the success of our party.

., ,. the value of tho property, or tho ainouut: in ; and the governor secrelaty of;! Gulf Mail Service- .' of tlietn.Ve. with Mi-souri and Old Bullion in exchange f f r Ofi motion of Mr. Finlaystin, it was

? ... .. .'. '*'.' controversy, to be ascertained liy the oath ort j the Tenitory shall: in the disbursement |i The iiitflligcnee r t all 'ntrusted to thorn, be governed venti(>n, that we may build up a platform upon which' f ?
4 t :'- ; .. nlKrmaticn dttier pal ty, or other competent moneys the instructions of the Secrel.iy: of ttr fr-in .Scroll'T M %Lix>av, \\i\l\ be highly! gratifying : not only every Southern Whiff, but every true Au.tr-, 'i be made. Aftrhehajj") wljittWover -urHeiently.. ; from each District, to represent this County in said

.\ .: *'_ V' '* Mitnese, shall cxrjvol I one thousand: dollars: ; soK-ly by of the United States, and shall, to nil o-jr po ijile, anil (9)t-(mPy tu tho- lit ing on the icnn Republican can fctaud, for we would uot Lave itn we hope the Journal editor will k-t iu knoT how he Convection.

'. .i except only that in all ca ee Involving title to the Treasury the said Secretary (i Ju'f.; That this! f.-n i: to
.: .. hlaves, the s.iid wi'us of error or'appeals) fcii: llbo animally, aforesaid i James L. I.iy) has not lx.tu lcf"i rd-un)l.vn* not gate*, towit :
.. .. the still for the manner in which the moneys The Florida The Richmond'l\\ remarks of the threats of tue
decided PcpnblicanThi 'j:
allowed! and by s-jjiretne Muled and owiiig t" iuitt&ii' it'ii .n Uie Jiatt four ('<'!Igc--4a i i.al 1st Listrict.Va.kocnahDr.! Robert Gorman R.R. .
I,J to \Jilnc oflhof shall have been oxp ; no expenditure nftt-r of several month. New Yoik Coaritr j. Enquirer, that the Notth will
the a sufpeusiou
without regard:
>. .'." court, saUlo-jjs-la'ive assembly ih-lcg.itiou, l ni tlnougli the iiiu ; s. amioicept shall be made by makes niect.ani. cor.ser.t to the adiuission! of blave
title! in controversy ; jut arnrxMi ranch imr roved in never any nrne
f- V S" matter, propcrU or authoriml by the to compel th<- f,nmrc .ntrai-t'.ri t > cwu- re-npi 2d District, MoLtK-tllo-W S. Dilworth.D.E.DIrJ, I
:4 '. also that awiii of error or appeal for objects not specially cal execution. We congratulate the editor, C. DaEw States, Ac, th rse sui.n.t are trfason.'tl/e and! "
: the ply with artil l oairy 'Ut tl.fir agici-iiiotit. 'ulirg iu an 1 C Smith. -
: Miall also be alloweil to this Supreme COUrt acts of I Congress making appropriations, C:::*]., on linding liiiii.dfnnce more on his keLJ revolutionary! uid divrav*; the prii.t in wLii'L the) np-
I -t the thus :iipropiiated) for tiiat.thc 1'. II. (It-tieral hn bci-n tt.Ii4ed toi C'I11lie-t. Sd Itrirt.? Bunker Hill!-R. C. Hurbt, F. P iliUer,
.4. 1' of the.: United States, fiom 1h41- decihion of nor b'-ynnd sums ] pnr. It i 14 netdless to say that if they are seriously
i nuuw liy ad* ortL-ing fur aou'Jicr coutract, a J .V.JA Jf-i'lttt. llie Alionleeu Miss Democrali 1 and! Win. W. Heir.
) '
J. such oLi..t'\: ?. (
this carried
; : said court created' by :iot, attempted to be out. the existence of the Ua-
:. the supreme of the district I Icoutts ( Sec. :t M.I And be it ftniher r enacted, That 1 by our Senator : i i (that this! Ttniperanee Lecturer has ajjain fallen j 1th District Aucilla-Wm. Bailey, Jr, Burton TT .
thereof or ion from that momckt )become* n thing of the 't.
of judge from hi and b.crre drunkard. Xonmr pa
or any isis | SENATE: CII ) i high eutht : t Bellamy and Joha Finliyon.i .
: the of ofs-aiil; Territory i: tIfli-ft. j jI :
r ': crcatc-d by this act, or of any, judge seat government I WAMTIM.IKN June I 15.16il. j" cUl4] more ifuciitly| tlepVt! the evils of mremjx-r- And! tirx'0 th r heuda of the fanatics and! cgitntors ol
Fort Leaven i D-trIct: Walter
: : habeas involving lu-ii-by located temporarily at | br.t alas fir hiirnttn nature! he U himself s S. Simj kic.% W. C.Smiri,
thereof, upon any \\rit of corpus, ; > L'.Irr Flurid'an & .Ieu, s.l aive, poor 11 the North will re-st all the eotitquences of euth a meLazcLoy
of the public ; 'I an l Eradrnu johno.6th .
of In-edom : worth ; and that such portions : victim of the demon al-juliol. agaiubt w hose wilet lit'
4 the question personal catastrt-pLe. The South has no reply to make
; l a* contained shall builiiinga as may not be actually used and MY Jza :a-Aare cf (the trjt Provided That uothinghcn-in to suih recommendations Jft Lose of the Courur d' '
r.; : jet. needed for military may be occupied pM>j.l<:i of rit'iM.1 upf'ti tli<* Gulf! L the purposes
I .0 t -.vc be confatnied to apply to or nfTect provibions vice between Oil ari.l l Vt.t nul Poor Hewlett We remember remir.isoences of his, &IquheIIts province ia calmly to wait, and see
and used under the ditectSon of the governor i ( cw < aiH Key certiiin 7th DL-tiict, Bryants Mill-H. Moore. N. Bryon,

i* :. ,i.r: L. ol the *' act respecting fujritives the fnvn j jjtiutice and legislative, assembly, for SuCh public purpo : ir.tcrr.Iiiat44iiL it :*Jf..rJ jne iJ-iiture to ; early life, detailed to ua hy himsalf! recollection! oij whether such folly and injustice will ever be seriously and Th'is. F. John*in.i .
2. ; escaping from service i
., 't 1 '4 .- ? and persons" February twelfth, vs :i" may bo 'eo uireil tinder the provisions -tato that u'lvtrli: .-it-t IJTQ
of their mastcre, approved I (OtSf f..r thc He acquired habit of drinking at an early are. and stronger than our hop-s. |
hurtlrect and ninc-ty three, ami i of this act. D'-j''iitinciit a n--w tiiiitract t > f ir.\Hdt\ !. a Walter, and Wm. II. Ware

: Beveiiteen t< r.n f'jr whiv-h I ihe fonutr v w nuiJ.Tho KhrdulftaiU broinjht upon himself consequence. expulsio:. from [ On the
further enncte I That m.5tioc. President and adJ-
to the 3'i. And be it Secretary were
; the act to amend and upplemlMUry: ; Sec. gran-l jury of the United States District Court
k;, i eighteen to the House of Uepn's>cnt..tive. for Sfii.i inoiitl.'y F(-i\ie; sti'i "Iat.atee is ilesig-| college.: A wandering vagrant hfe followed, attended pit\ to the nuiiibcr of del dt-es.
aforesaid act, approved September a d.legato: for North Cnroliui! has made a rregcr>tiuctit in relation -
*i and each of the United States to servo for the term of iiste.1 Lt tjLC of the jH.is.td: (T tl.e! *-er\i tighleen hundred and fifty: ; of the to the IV>sti'n fugitive slave riot. The otrlct i i>il was to
.*V 4. ,.t Jr,7 l said district courts shr.ll have and cxeicise two jcar, who .ball: bf a citi/.cn of the Uui- Very llcsi'tx-tfuih V-.ur" .tc., taut! of drurikviiuet At one time, he saiil so burden willing observance of the United States laws iu North <| any vacancy that may occur in the list of Del.igotts.I .
:S. I ii.: MALLUUV.41A 1 *>ine was ifo.; that he deUnuined to end! his wretched
h : the same jurisdiction in all cases ant-ing under teal States: may be elected by voters rjualified Carolina is refeired to, and no citizen of Massachn. I motion of CoL E. E. BI-ickburnr it wa*
..I. of the United mcml of the legislative: assembly ':, ittuee., Tins{ his ft witfi a iVpe, he rolled into | Resdted That when this
r the constl'.ution and laws | to fleet >cr of the Tiiaes-" 1 sets, or any other State, it u stated has been lcsulte-d. meeting adjourn, that it
Sign I e.nml xt B.u'T.du but fit.bed before life
entitled the was out was ,
district' whohall bo to Fiiik:
1$ vested in tho circuit and adjourn to meet at this place, on the fiat SaturdaiaAugust
States \ or delayed in the awrrtion of his rights,
; 44 as .7' 1.ri Wiif!1. r, si liiiocr.Vi) : : n.ii.il < r i f t Cugre4 At another in or recovery
.. .cI courts of the United Slates ; and ths) sai-1 rights and j-tivilfgcs: aa .arc cxesciEed and Uiijoyed i xtinct, by s'.mc 1)aOrS-bY. perioil alit of his iu North Cartliua. In in mass, for the purpose of nominating caadiuatcs
from New Ycrk city, au-1 u JI.ir.1A\ 11\ at that, v teJ property melancholycontrast
other of he drew knife his throat leaving
fiom the several phrrnzy. a across
oftho said Territory the for the
and district couits by delegates next General ASscThJIV.on .
?& supreme th N rl rafk.t Ilill. 'IV Lat i ie of with this happy ccnditioa of alfairs, the pre-
f > I sw ow W'I tI.y
hgaIi.t: <
: the said Still his life vcd.
thereof shall Territories of the United States to a frightful scar. was preset ui'-tian of Dr. Russell it
and the respective judges was
I entnent reft-rs to the late in Boston, rtturn*
1 f ,
Covriti ] : outrage
1 i the f.u-t that t.c a.- A'i'rcr: ant
but the atl i>ti< ii Tilted nature to almost tie ]
UF-- iud grant writs of habeas corpus in all ] Uou e of Heprecont{ : tivea, d.-legate: by grace any position BO thauks to Prcsidvnt Pierc fc* his and en- IttfoietJ, That the proceedings of this nectir.c he
may the shall hold! his ceat only luriii j the Ti'tluutr ?j, os ri.tinihe: tx i wi'ir.f i'ew VwkWii 1'ae'I had he become that be was glad to perform tic promptnees
granted by fit fleeted j signed the President and
j : '# cases in which the same are f in eiAirvli> the laws, and regret that by Secretary, aad ptiAisLel
4 oftho United State in the District of ,1 the term of the ( 'otfgres* to which he thrill: ) ,; ry, nrc carnoctiy! a-lvK-ati: ,' tl.e re ..ltotin< 42 1 most raeniid service to obtain means t.> feed his appe-1 ergy g expresses in the Democratic paper of the State.
judges in 3Iasachusettt tlw lava of the have
to be
H--. eK'ct'rm shall l h-l l miJVlictlir, l.Tt.'ly on tl.c-yrouinl, i'f linhiTiijriveii! : ; { \1 f Once he waiter i country
Columbia and the first bix days of every <1 be elected.! Tlie fiitt e ftc >T rum. was a ou a isswiippiStfarr.boat The meeting then adjourned
; the exhibition cf .
be conducted in that vote. Ti't Tiilunt hvK!* f'rtL iu djt fulluvring i iI boot'L upheld by military power.i
term of said couite, or fco much tlereofa* ': at S'ich time and plac! '! and with the privilege of sharing iu tie WM. BAILEY, PreiiJsnL

# bo necessary, shall be appropriated to fcuch mar.r.cr, as the governor fh.i1! njipi jilt !.ickiii! ; prrquNites of the negro On one cf the |i letter (torn Washington says that Mr. Sitgreve, DANIEL T. Lrxco, Secretary.

I msy the trid of causes arising under the said con and l direct; and .at all subsiqu eli etion I i'r.Vi! l, rue liari''y know by 'a1it : we rn<'r ; trip-i, the boat got aground, and w.u detained several cf New Jersey, has b-ien appointed U. S. Attorney
1' j: the votcij f..r )liitu Mid j u rhi: |>s iK-vt-r with i.i.t ; we d.u l t i New ilextcaA
.1 titution and laws, an-J wiits of error and a p. :; the times places, and manner of holding know, nid (luli't CMIC to kn.r.v-\\li.-t) Inthitk: tw't: divs. HcwUt, being a fine mimic and R capital ) for
felnll bo made to ths t-lcc'tions shall be escribed by law.; 'I 1 he was admitted to great familiarity with the bill bus been prepared by the Committee onj The Albany Evening Juurjiaf.aaya tbewrMaoCommri.
t.4 .i:1 >cnl in all such cases j jsupremo I pi TaiiiF*, H.ttik", Kailr .a' '-' .4- court of aid Territory, the sam-- asin pcreon' havit.g the greatest number of votes ; We o.ly! Liow tliit he tond l up iiiiiifuilv hnd J p.itengcrc, among wlum was Senator Beutoncf Mis |j Commerce of the House cf Representatives, and will ., points out ai excdett provision of the

r.r other cases. The said rlerk bhalt) rc-ccivc shall be declared by the governor In IK duly iiitlciihlv fur Ju ,ti<'c- and Public Fuitli, vl.ilc i oo of !' a.Uri. by whom he became well known as '- Drunken bluntly be reported to the House, making it imperative Nebraska Law which we bad not before particularly

4 4 ..p, the pamo fees in ail such cases which the ;; fleeted, and a certifica'e thereof shall he given hi i4 folliagiH-B, told nut and oihcjs give: tlKiimtflvo: Sam." After his reformation lectured in St. LOUISA (I| upou all American seagoing veasels to carry apprentices noticed, viz., among the qtaijicatii nf role's ia
rLY und want to hhr h-irk hv
tit -
; jivav ; we see f an ovtrh
r. -, :. cleiks oftho district courts of Utah Teni- accordingly. That the constitution, ami -hninot<-. Gditleiix I Hiids?. S-l'ls. \\'llqi }reei.i1er ,, :and bad Senator Benton among his auditors, without, according to the tonnage of the craft, who Nebraska and Kansas, it requires AS OATH to tupport

? ( a- tory now receive for similar services.ec. all the laws of the United States which are *, ( uriiiiiin, nn-l what u 't of the Vlfh Di* I however, that gentleman recognizing in the brilliant are to educated to the business of eeaniau&hip. said Lav. Abolitionists and Free Sellers who design

,1 ) 423. And bw it further enacted, ThuL'W not locally inapplicable: ; shall have the same tiiet it you are heartily eppoi.d| to the Nehra-ka I Ii If cturer his former steamboat acquaintance. Hewlett Relative to the term* made by Commodore Perry emigrating to Konaas or Nibraska, ia order to vote
( xnd'elFiet within the snM: Territory id l li i Iniquity and iiiHitn to puni-his j c'tilt ivr |j1t char out slavery and slave-1 olJers should! -
An act 1 loice ( introduced him. Benton interest in Fepared
+ rr the provisions of the act entitled respecting States the tack :itnd kt tho nei-iilc vjU fr jr ugiiit J"hu ; was to expressed I with the Japanese. The Friend of China, published!
i elsewhere within the CX.e to take a solemn? oath that will lithfully
fugitives from jiiati and persons i as Vh1er !" J the Temperance catu when Hewlett remtiked i at Hongkong cf the Sd of April, gives the following they
.. ,., ,. ,.i.,1.t iliiM of tlie act nrouaratotVJIL -
% .l! ? j ; e. (> I and truly support, defend vindicate and enforce the
escaping from the service of thi-ir masteis, j IIIU VISjllk.1. uv<.v. -' I U 4. Do you remember a certaki steamboat which was particulars-

approved February twelfth, seventeen hundred ry to tho ndnrisbicn of Missouri into the U1niou The U. ti. Cvtitbiil, John L. Xi'lu-n }1.i! q Oft tho C thult. str4uifl, l for e veral days in the Mississippi I" I do/ '' Were we tg>ve in this journal, as certain fact?. I aforesaid "twiadlo," "fraud," a iniquiv," "abornhia-

t:;, 'i-iJ and ninety three, and the provisions of the approved! March bixth, eighteen hundred M'iis n-iit tu ion9e. Have you any recollection of the whole of what we have heard as having been ef-- (IoU." "outrage'" villainy,* ie, de.. by all the mesas

act entitled An act to amend, and wiprleincnlary | and twenty, which, being inco sislent pay & fine wh'cli IK rniHilera a doviT.riiOit in.pd->i'.i-'ii j 4 Drunken Sam,' the boot-black, who amused th. passenters -1 fecte-I by Comir.oJore Perry ia big negotiations, it in their p.JweAnt the letter to enable thear to

I a to, the aforesaid act," approved September with the principle of non-intervention by Congrcss and illegal A com J.MI,lout Yw-Yiik i WTM with his jokes and songs/" "I remember | would speak ill for America diplomacy in allowing yield such support we would suggest the expediency

-ji :; eighteenth, eigbt'eti hundred and fifty with slavery in the States and Tcriito-of wrii :; fu. n Grand Turk in the V5th nit, any*- him well," was the reply and have often thought of j' so much requirement to tianspne.,howverwe Without are infringing permitted any to say reasonable that- of trying the experiment before thry go. For, unea! 13I

be, and the bam arc hereby, declared to extend ties, as re-ogmstjd by the legislation dght j Thfl only way 1 can at till! clear up the luatUr i. liiru f.mee." "I am b ,said Hewlett. God bless the folL.wiudetailia nut far from couect summary I they are prepared to take such an oath, they rannct

4JL to and bo in full force within the limits 1 teen hundred and fifty, commonly called the that }jivin Lxu bn vUg11 !lit-f rv the iSu.rcinc| Court "you!" cxclairued the Senator, his filling with of the principal advantages. vote. The words cf the law are, as quoted by the
? declared inopetativc fiou the I'ohce i.io} i1Ii'.r.tI cyei ;
: is hereby ) j, t ten r an : aistullour IJ (1C .4 .
I compromise measure, TWO to trade 2fatsmai, in Ye&o, Journal!
of Kansas. ports are given Evening :
:4 "
oftho said Teniloiy' for wiiUh ifu.clie tear, and in work. Litte!
u.ttt good
1ntgit ,
the intent { ( was prosper you your
void it true 5Ao di and addition with
and being and ma- in to these places
:'t-'. Sec. 29. And be it further! enncicd, That ; to legislate slavery nt the r.ilioo (.nico, by p 1iiyiI: and meaning of this! act not iinKr thu of few who office shall be eirreit d only by citizens of the United
La there shall be appointed an attorney for said into Territory or Stales, nor to ex1cludo |' have th lo cariy law in out thvir hauJs.dvpigin ii have |H-rt> ii*, it to I luted this incident to ua that we should Boon hear that to the Coal country. At first the Japanese State, and those who shall have declared ou oath

c .p; Territory, who ehall continue in f ffico for four it thoieform any but to leavo the peo| le (tho grmtebtjitcnt: and uftcr Liy havini; HritcJn-J pui.i-lfj IJin !' he had again be4ome Drunken Sam." But so it is.j Commissioners spoke of one year for the Coal station within their intention to become such, and shall hate takes
and five for the periods
trading plnces, as
shall be appointed an to support the Constitution of the jit.J
4 t.s. years, and until his successor thereof perfectly free to form and regul.itoj vin-v, ly\ fcrtiiif nu-aiii or c.thr-o I-LO kuowa h"*- j Endowed with a brilliant genial, be sinks down to which they promised the warm endeavour tf their Stages, and

and quslitied, unless sooner removed by tl J cl.iac.it.p ii ttiiii! a. snnit lect-twiiiusHinu j 1 ev, n Irim MjT4'Vflfl l *d him JC27I Our readers will find this act f0J
tho Trestocnt ana ivno trying liy jury c< t< published*
I., to the constitution of the United pity should bo a warning to all young toen to beware the lations. The laws of the Empire they said were very
and the of tlie United subject only I I I'i-: i': 1 uh'x'h he at onco r-fafcc-d to do, cunwJcring at IS'angasaqui to-day's Floridian.
fees as attorney kind ,
f alary of except
herein bowl At first fc against trailing any : _
That contained it Be social be
Provided nothing Mtitiou ] ttmpUng whispers, -
.States j-.ii '
States for the Territory of Utah.- : jit imp us bu ( oca vtry one cite lu-re *xcejii with the Dutch. To these lengthy periods, -WBB I B "**
:;4- There shall alsofce a martini for the Territory shall be construed to revive or put in ii lew-say bevc-n or eiglt-who ln.lou to the merry 1"! but at loat it stingetb like the serpent sad however. His Excellency Commodore Perry, temper DEMOCRATIC Paine OF RBODX ISLATO.-The Pron
I force law or regulation which may kayoeliPted biteth like the adder. ately, though firmly, objected-insisting CHI the Coal
iiod! his office for four any
who shall dance Journal fact that all the
us 4: appointed i prior to the act rf sixth of M; rch, depot at once, and trading port wittim a year. u mourning over the ,

; 4ia.t': years, and until his successor shall be appointed hundred and tithvr! protecting Fourth of July. NEBRASKA AND KANSAS.We As regards the terms of treaty the basis of that Democratic papers of Rhode Island endorse the Ne

': and qualified, unless sooner removed by eighteen twenty, abolishing Tie approaching Fourth u to I be celebrated in Tulundcr understand, says the Washington Star, that alj with China is said to form the leading feature. braska bill. U says, let it be understood that all the

:w' who shall execstc all establishing, prohiijiting, or 1aba8ec tho direHi'Xi of lie IlitleCapt This we think ia to be regretted. Pouts in Japan as bill
;u the President, and processes Hoi ida the Indian tribe in these two nw United Sute Territorit1 Democratic papers in the State endorse the ;-

issuing from the wild comt wh n exercising slavery. I men," G. T. Maxwell, Joux B. GALBRAITH, have concluded treaties with the ConmwsioneT well as in China, should be as free Island's as the sole harbor of and let it be remembered alsa that this bill is but the
where production
duty on our
t.1Iiif; and district | Sec. IJ3. And be it further enacted, That Hongkong
their jurisdiction ai circuit has E..q is the orator for the occasion.- At Waukvcnidi of Indian Aftoin, for the relinqaiahmeot of the land Granite, is collected by the Government from commencement of a series of measures cr perhaps we
of the United States ; he thai! !! there shall hereafter bo appropriated, as Jtlferaon County, a flee Uaib cuc U to be and farmer. Commodore i it is
# court* given, at present occupied by them within the scope of conn- tba skua quarry city should say i is in the middle of a series ofineasurrt
be to the same been customary for the govorumenls the citizens invi'ed. said offered tojtmbody the clanse ia the treaty for
perform the durio*, subject genti ally Orator CARAWAY SMITH, try proposed to bo included under the two new governments. which the Democratic party mean to push forward
regulations and penalties, and! bo entitled to | a sufficient amount, to bu expencled r:><]., than fcoin ni'i&e better could )havu bt en eelectcdA These before the participation by all the world in the advantages he the terr>
all all nnorganbed
treaties smd
; the district under the diicction of the said( governor are, OM desired; but to this proposition the Japanese Commodore till slavery i is exteaded over
of |
tlio bum* fees, as the nnrshal of Kansas not exceeding the printed handbill from ilariauua iuforma us tbat Senate, and will doubtless be promptly ratified, that demurred; eTeaalug. however, a willingness t> tory, till a wide belt of stave States stretches frQ
court of th'e United State* for the procutTorritory of the Territory the day ia also to be celebrated at that in becoming make treat! similar terms with other At1Itt
for sjinilar objects place ft body being quite anxious to expedite the formal orgmiixatioa separate n any the Gulf to the British line, separating the ,,
heretofore appropriated
'ti- : of Ulah, and shall in addition, be seem of suitable buildingi apiiit. A bin bactie 'ti11 be prepared, of which of the new territorial governments. "We nation who might seek them in a peaceful manner. f.orathe Pacific, till Mexico, Cuba and the Ssndwicb -
erection public -
two hundred dollars annually as a compensation for the Directly the treaty is concluded, Captain Adams ia
paid woild invited
nil the to
me 2Jebrati
for extra services. at the scat of government, and for the partake. HENRY F. have before taken occasion 1o explain the leading the Saratoga will leave with despatches; but as it is Islands! come iuto the Union on the

;' of a library, to be kept at the seat KING a lo read the Deilaratiojt of Indrpcndence, and principles on which the treaties above referred to have said Commodore Perry intends tu remain on the Japenese platform. _

: Sec. 30. And be it further enacted, That purchase fur the use of the governor, WILLIAM I). UAUNES, ly, initke tho 'ration.-At been mad*. That is, wherein they differ from each Coast for at least two or three months, we -_-

II tho governor, secretary, chief justice, and astociate of government of tho Lake Juckaon Leon County, (plupc formerly] known gYoung's convention* heretofore entered into by the United presume His Excellency is prudently determined upon N0aTiPZY Cor.Lgcu.-The Ricbmond Eaqi' '

4 justices, attorney and marshal, shall legislative assembly marshal, judges and attorney supreme of said! ,) M. J). I'arv, Eq or Judge WOODWA&Of States. doing what is to be done in quiet"steady manner in expostulating! with Southerner's against unJi
court secretary, ana without
and with the unnecessary
be nominated nd, by advico j and such other person?, and under \\ ill diocour patriotism, etc., in honor of the day.Govtasoan We regret to learn from the same source, that Col.Mnj. any that treaty bad their youths Northern institutions, says: If Scutaem -
of the Senate appointed by the 1 Territory, Japanese deny positively any

.I1t and consent such as shall IMJ proscribed by Terry the Commisuonor if confined to hi* lodjjiug gentlemen would not be instrumental in the P
< .
; r United States. The regulations, been mad with the Russians.u
President of the govera ... *
: -:4 aforctahl law. you NnaABKA AND KAXSAJ. 1. dec- by severe indisposition. Jitical prostitution of their sons, they should not sent

.4 1 : 1 or and secretary to be appointed such as Sec. 31. And be it further enacted, That patch from Wnshingtousays:-It u well understood Firo DoretAH i ou Coaaus.-A correspondent them to Harvard for law nor to Tale for science."

tbaU before they act as respective- shall hosurveye'I here that the Prt-wdeut has decided ujxm appointing The WaAinjton Stntintt say.We before that of the Syracuse Standard, writing from Rochester. -
said Territory
before the district when the. lands in the
1y take att eath or affirmation of the Geu. Wm. O. Butler of Kentucky, to Ui GoveruorBhip the democratic party now w para end untainted. We IT. Y. aays Fred" Douglass, the negro, is to be Escape Slaves.
in the under the direction government district New
I Ir judge or tame justice of the peace to of Nebraska, and Goy. Wright of Indiana, to the believe that it will grow stronger *&d stronger. Ii brought out for Congress in the Monroe ke will be elected. C1xcJcLT21: June IL
of the United States
authorized tot preparatory the opinion
liariU of eaid Territory duly Tor*, and
'.1 A V administer oath* and affirmations by the laws bringing the unmo into market, sections num Gov
second territorial Governor that Gen. Pierce Iia* eli-c- through the -ordeal so triumphant, that the whole member of the American and took l*
force thwcin or before the chief jus- berofi tixteen and thirty-six in each township in the Capitol towia
associate of the Supreme in said Territory shall be and the same are from Iditana-Mr. German having Wo appointed to country must baste faith and confidence ra rt Good Coge will be, the "beginning of the end"of Canada. Nine more, from Boooe County, Ky, haT

I tic Court* or ofthe some Uni< H. E joyicc
1i coBititution oftho United States, and faiia- t. schools in said TerritollP, and in tho ietratioa. we doubt not, now be attuided to it' -Savannah




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L Tt.OVD 4 fionlht Providence Jovrnml, June 6. CLTUCAL DETXCTIOK. sad is to'd f the Rice's : .4
story '
PateutBaby WalKer.TTES Qniocy Male and Female Academy. Setter Late (ban i
prroa-1 b&vej returned froth at.rptotb A Fnrious Elephant nt Large fall of Rer. William T. namiHon, D. I), of airth
The mod Three Horses Killed-!Numerous 1 "idrantaM of the Walker-aad next !eesol1 will begin on fie first Monday ICE ICE !'
State of
of our trarelling. THE
frdern portion Wagons DemolUhccl lumber Alabama, formerly of Newark, N.J. and one 'ic1o '-. Jumpcr-m rna article. "As a Jumper it U cupc- June aud cud on the la<4 Thcrstiay rn Octoh. r.

0 coo *re iit. is by a line of BtRgiitg from thisyoint of rerM Injured. has been in great repute for his popular eioquene.The .- nor in many r.pees to any in n**, not reqaiiin" to The iiistituti-ui i is furnished with a fine apparatus and /A CATlOOof the gcuube dafT i tt !;''t TA. IL?

OT7ne(1( ty Co P. S. Stockton be faMrt.ed. nor liable mVidenU, with sprit ad affords superior advantages to students cii either \.wa.
to A1Gfllor The large elephant Hannibal, attaebed to the Broadway authentication of it comes to us in tlw following sex
f..r chilurcn 20 1S5-1. 2{
j justed tlwrt IewiortMay ,
or tall, w.th the for -
sbout t u pleas&nt U stage travelling ordinak Mcnngerie. which was on exhibition at Pawtuek resolution IB by the Jlobijs portable obtaining a thorough practical $ Board
.bicli $ adopted May Presbytery ehild in it. the least
movement of the ci.ild au' i including washing bi ubtained in the of .
i;. The Utter part of the route j U about as an- ot en from the 2d instant, got loose from his keeper on the, : sing a motion so tpeeaUe that cbiiJren will reiii.in the Principal at 110 may per onth. For further family particulars Fire and Marine Insurance.

cfbrtabls M aTY in Ue cow'try. Upon going down way Before Pawtucket atartinjj to Fall hi* river k early made yestcrdnvmoraine. him lift Rt,ftlvfd, That in vieW cf the confessions of Rev.Willium m them for Lows wuused and drlijfhtod. Sample! to I re
five o'clock ia eper T. Hamilton D made him and heieenat JIODGKlikJ A SCOTT'S. I lx hv estubii Led io Uii till
r fncoOTtered, about the afternoon the binder part of a bated) with 3. 00) poundsfir D. by contained rguc mar proeursil application to an Aittncy City,
wngnii in his the session Jim li, 1S54. 04 STEiVAUT. t take Fir a.d Marine ri-'ts the DTcTibI
of rain .ndthe hack the letters addressed to and c .njiegation t N. H. l'r.cipal. or mst
lesvv shower being like the purp>>ae of getting il into line. It is supposedthat -- .
rr of the Government Street Church, audio -- -- -V.- Q'iincy. May 27. 14. 21 tenn'. Apply to THO. J. PSKKLSS Agent.
this aitbuugh
unusual have
not ,
ventilation might '
. Irish gentleman's 'p rments, my suggested Notice. 15. leM. 15
ij to him the mode of attack which this Presbytery he be, and is hereby, deposed from April 6ta
i tl>c became saturated, and in that situation I ref bejuioptea aficiwarda. the ministry, and al.n su pen
i-ued until tlw nctt morning, when T was aroused by When about MTCU miles from Pawtucket he bev of the Cliutch. till' be give satisfactory evidence of the XX ltitii.thSLfkT fllt titst puUicati'W .if tLi* udvrrti. 1 Pump and Fire Engine. A.

r .ofHf'p' j1elj P"I The driver attempted tocro s came furious, turned upon his keeper, who had to fly sincerity of his repentance. ( Probates ,
Le.u any ;
(Jouutr froiii power
ffffk swolen the rain, and the for bis life and take refuge in a house got frc, and l.ia distLar e mv NEWPORT FLA. .
by be-
murh bridge certain inaction in anl. withal ,
* rushed tie road in his Fqzive: flavf Ercilewtiit in Jfunchtsttr, .'V. //- AclniinirnLtiirip o| tLe e.Uic of WPliua H. Brockenbrouph. -. -' ; permanent UsC ; i t"
Afloat, two of the horses went through. I van along bone deploying and every ilnng The &lave tent iffto Canada. ilacensc.l," i o J..w in ('l'3t. that they are rapidly snpern.Hiinjj all r..1AS jut received a very large and fresh s.xl: cf rr B
way. Meeting a w agou belonging to MrStn'ffurd ELLEN o ther,. The attention of' Planters is especially called Ii.. and hngll3 Diu 1llta.. 'lAlfe
wade in cut the horses loose and "A. iOCKBBOL'O1I .lnenia4reiwh
Dwelled Adia'x.
to pull Short, he thrust hi* tusk inln the ln>rm> tn.l MAMIIKSTFC, N. II. June 12. *
June 17, 154. 24 6 i to its efficiency for Drainage. It ia a perfect afe guard icliies, C'heiiiicnls. Perfusucrjr. I'j *.- raA '
T *ftSe (oat 1 have often h Wl* working OIM;'* lifted horse, Dragon and rider into the air. He m.inuled Much excitement was jau.'c-d here jv .tenUy and n ain.-t the ill effects eu cotton and other plantationf -*, iii1T., I'uints, and Fnncr Arliclns. M"i1Mv

fleam boat, but never tare 1 the horse terribly and carrie l )him shout fifty to day by a that two from Virginia the destructive
upon a beurd report persons SEA J3ATHIN0. rain- of the Southern climate ; Slud.! stock being selected by '*lf. will be war -
feet, atidjbrcw the dead body into a (mnd. The had arrived iu Lowell in search of Kdwiu Moore Gravel iriy
Cf.ire a wagon and other substances tin not injure it. It i
of working !paca&ge upon stage conch. broken to and Mr. Short I ranted a* represented. Phyaiiciaca ran rely PU getting
was pieces considerably i-olored baibf-r. formeilv, resident in Lowell and for
now COLUMBIAHOUSE h adapted Steamer, Manuf.ictnru'a., ilinc-s Water
tli history of adventures t tVcrk their orders anil prescript'tcs put up with cure. i>f
ray this hurt. The broke c.f his I
To shorten oa eljichant one enormous tusks j keepiop a shop )-iIe. Moore i is alleged to have esj I \ ? for larje cit-ss. an.l all fituatin rtiji.Irins SELECT POWDERS

c I tniv A w the town tif Jacksonville about 3 I j I in this encounter. A inile ftu then the elephant, nw j eajH-d fmin Virginia, where he was a slave twenty Cape Island, New Jersey. i t trtjj1s j"werful puttipj. Hires manufacUired of from 25 to t will such be article furni* a bed* are when genuine.cnlered l-y phrMeinD er ..th.-:!

T'4 )lottrbe\uu'l\ :U'ne.i and was compelled to remain giowu more fuiioui, ). attacked in the Esme manner ahi j I rear? t-ii.ee. A ptir for him to d.i'v.nd and lOO.OtiO c- h. us {per minute capacity. Call and beI f Having mi'le arrangements with the best DII.J;
wagon hison. betook the oars for Canada tati-ts..t ".f these facts
nt no.li accompanied at the Office and Warehouse of
** tIJ inspect the premises. The next ] J. JL. f the of visitor.-; HonstM in New York for select article. Lcd iw> hesitation
; r
] 'ir 'ca > uo
'u. /lCBt3r lie bn>ke the \ aeon, ai, Oy his wife and three children.Sijip open < | t Union I''Wcr Company of U S, Xo. ":{. Brcadwav.
I tLJLI*" ? UJVKI the steamer Darlingtou ; and! which ran away. Mr Peck was pretty badly hurt in i he Proprietor thankful fr< the patnmacc be Las New ..,ik-removtJ from No. 24. in wnrrantiisj; the same.Al .
4j1 .
so largely received. bojjs to I.M friends and opposite p n fplendurat-'ortrnent
asFirv the x
:; l Jtt: bt w, possessing fine accommodations the hip. :.Iay 2. P5&&. Sm 21.
1 j Hans. public, that the HOTEL io department will be BOOKS, -
an'' easi-1-a tAi.le which While the kseprrs were engaged: in securing a every t
bib! *'r min groan under ,smaller elephant, who bad not. I.oxvi-vtr. manifested k pt in a style superior to any previous seu.-r.ri. Ga Groceries I Groceries; ; .
lvuri and her officers POET OF introduced i 1.a'lea and others fond of nod ffhf* c-f SO .
./j.vr as kind, oourteoua.j I any .it1S of insubordination! the larger one got i fl ST. MAPJvIS. ha* been to2l'0 innms. Ila-slcr's cele-! 171lcT1 Groceries; ptr ScLr. Win. R. Fttles from 5Jg a E
could he ilesiied. rte.l orchestra las been curved exclusivtlv for this DA. will! find at the above Store, aa i"-oo ui the good
: ,| jvilitJ a* They well deserve from them, and went through Ilaruvijle, when) Mr. Main ARRIVED. 1. sev Osh-an.
:iot and n. other nrrBiu.-tiier.ts have ben Itorirl receive hU supply of the cold tuff. 't -
i- Ey made
of the people the St. < Barney and another man mounted their horber 15 ca-ks rifjte-J Si-ieo
niae John's U. S. ,
; June
ilf pair upon Ilivcr., 19 Surveying ehr. Crawford touched '
inci-ea- l. 1S5U
the April L
con.fur and
-iil.jig Lii ciij>.vtu<.i.t of theAr.pIcati.u *
and ket oii lid traok as near to him as was ;prudent 5 clean _ .
liar cud sr.ile! !
From thence, I tended my way up this! uobkre.ini ofi tie same day, ; fir ri"-Th naflhe
iaL hv
warning of the danger to the passengcrs whom I ad 10 Sl..uttlci.!
June 17.-Sohr. Win. R. Lockwoon. from New FASHIONABLE SPRING & SUMMER
> rLicL is but raet tuccesslou The wouid 'if I .Ire.i! ij: the propiit-tor at Cape LL'nd. or t. U ,ubX .
*: a Jflvery lakes theY met on the way. elephant; oeca n 20 barrels Noes IVrk.
heauUt J I
: 'Orleans, to ll-'t.l.iim. wth K'OO I cmrkit Crn.
JdvJjreJ by tie must beautiful nud picturesqoe scenerr | ally turn to look at them, but diJ ii"t attempt to mo 27: !r. )hMa Flnur. r.0) t.i-k- iJ.Hw-n. r.O ti rce< ham V. ; r, H 5'jyth.Crd- I I i it t! 2 tierces sugar cured IIn'I a-

tin. -ver tb* eye of man fell ) tu tbe beautrfa. lej-t them. hit,'.,.. whiky, coiUri-j.f, 20 bbkj, |K,ik .md tier- N. T .-rs'-ii? i\t etreet tl.e Fhiladt-Jphia. arn.ked Beef, TAM now receiving an exteriv nwrrfmTt ef
upon. > ktabliag .
j Tlie next ir.an in thepnth wps Mr. Pierce, h.> wne 01 J.r..n.eo..lanc 70 bU. superior Flour, ". Ca'.:meres. Yestinc. !)rap iTF.Jv. % Ijite,
uii' J5 mrMilujj little town of Pulatka. This place, I ri'Iin with bis little w>n in a one hoice vrjtton. lit Ccriee 17, isI. :?m 2t SO extra Floor, I Brown and Fino Linen"' Whit* and figezi-eti l Marseille t ,

*< beautifully situated updn the St Johnshas sprung was coming toward the -phu.t, ztnl being; warn>p<. i June -JO.-Scl.r. Jcr-vr T.ind, Sengreen, N. Orleans -- Medical Noticed I Z l.-afLir.|. all of whish I am prepared to make up en ;.Wt

i. existence as if by thematic vraud of citchaulincr.t, 1 bv Mr. Ilninfy: turned iminj and put )I.H i l. r.-e to his- j c-1.FII'h: 1 ,. t 2 Hi'N. ih..j-t- dug.ir, notice, m the most fashionable styles and on reasonable .

speed, but the elephant oveit-ol: him, and ee'tzhig tl < JUTIC 15.-Scrir. .1. .1. Tax lor. Tamnn.: F.iseiigerS. r rjjr nd.-r-I fTer.hii prr.ftitinal pervresUith 20 bees Cheese, terms. A L S 0A -

SLJ already uutuh a population of some five or six J wjig.tn threw it into the iii. dashing! it t" pieces aii;I 1 Cajit. M'.ntgoir.crv,) Assi-.ta'-it ( U'litcr Master,) ludv. I as rhvrieiau asu} rfur reon, to the izilushit.uia! ': 20 bM" WLUkey, f LARCC AND WELL sr.LECTr.D STOCK CFR .' '
Luoi: 'J. It is situated in tl e. midst of a erovc. com L ] b'caking the eolUr IHUIC and arm ot t' Mr. Fierce. Tin 1 1htul child. f .jt-fferpIi CtML1. }i. iJ.i, an i i ii'W pn.pai ed t..I 5(Ol O 1'uAd la Corn,

pojcJ ('1 lire auJ water oak, which. fr clastic beauty I. j lu-rsc. difeng-ngivi frMii the wag u, ew-aped with the 17..-Sehr. J. F. nra-h" rd. Items fur New Oileans. .tttend all eat'e v ith rshkli h i nny }l.- r.iv..rid. I I l>r>\ Beef Tongues, ADY-MArECLOTHING,

cannot be pwpaseel Tie work of improvement t bee whetK and die eh'pl.HHt pave chse AT eight with 0 '0 bb'.s. U rf.in. 12 > ti''. pitch. 14 .ttoti giiu,, 9Vx Fi?. OAILLAUJJ, 31. D.o 1 Lent-ma, Coc-fistin-j in part t>f Ca hmarctte Fr<*-k anti Sank ..

a.r.e but did not catch him. The elephant came .s au.l Lbls. m Jzo.] 3 l"i i! p< fl'.i It'1C \Vaukee.ab.: u bLIa. MAias, 4c.. & Coat. Fancy Colored Frock and Sack C stt. Tweed f
n.'w gjlng f>n. the noise of the hammer of the honest 1 back from bis un-ncces-ful pii! nit, end took up hitJI f June li .-Schr. VIiI i fr. J.Isikeny: to l'it Ailel.. Jnti 1.. 101. 4-.V 21 i BEKRYA floWLT. S-icfcn, Drfip d'Ete Frock. Saek arvl BueineM Coats

*ud: iudut'n- ni'-e1iauiclxtLe coc tant steam puffin t march again on the main road, where lie nest encountered ; New Oilex'n, with 44.:; M'K iiI1Ia. ol *io. --pijits tar- I May 20 1&34. _ 20Copartnership Alp icca Sack and Bnsmes <"K>ivts. WLite, Brown and .

fiivrn HIW tuilit, and tie arrival of steam bouts crowded I. Mr. J. Eddy with)) a hor* and wngon lie': ptntiii", 25 bales cotUi-i :yam.j 700 Acres first rate Land for Sale. Fanrv Lih.-n Oat Black;! I>ap i'cr4 Summer
threw up the whole e6'.' bliJiui<'iit iu the same wax I Notice. CuWmere Pants, White arid Fancy Linen Pants, .
with) from old the Car- j I.V TOUT. .
emigrants good Ct'srgiannd :: S'-.b-cnlrfr r.if.nTfir pal.- .
an Ix-f ire, sina lii' J the wcgon killed the h'.rse, nn "pill I'hntuiwn IY3! rriii nnil rrti ned Lave thb day entered into Whit acd Fancy Marseilles Vtt*. Fao and Plain
C'hnns, give fo the place business-like ; A Schr niziUtb. WiIl..an.V.. It. Fetti" L'clvro. .I ILU a.tl a half liiil u..rtL., a co- .
appearance wounded Mr. Ikiily.: He thiexv the horse twenty ft-ft: | fTulbhajee.. There j J- partnership in thewOLstE Silk Ycsts. Shirts Collars,CTTV K Unden-i.irts.Draw- ;,y.. .
Vfe and anhruntion which betijc! to a gr>
t''XvIt' i" truly a city in the woo'ia. jeir t. thfl fence, wei.t or and jnc-ked up the dead horse .- -.---- -- ---- I a can }1- f.'in 1 in Ihe State-::OU cleared!, an 1 :t hp'alaii'v : AND RETAIL33TJSI3NT3E2SS April 8.1R51. :
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to tlc of aad tiepoaited him iu the roud v.here be i>ad first met Ttitlniony (Canooi be toiitro- in xvoixl. On: tb prtniisnre u good I Ihr..i.? 1 xc : .
the eutiepot commerce an extensive back: timt
h.u. 'inj; h"u-'f, <;5.r: lI'uCn-l scr( vr. with nt--r.i c-ibin* J Dat. T. B. LAMAR ; /

''htr out buIdin- Ti apx*! parcl..uier.: tl.in : THE XAMK AND STYLE Of bsa Profe ional forvu-cs tr tba ultlh'- **

lut ts Jettincd to be a thriving and propperowjr'icc i who f.cd lf> A bum i the flephat.t Wl-iwed, but nt th< One of the; nr. -t.irtlinc: a r is narrate'! of a rare oj-;> :tuity.: Itrtii 1 made easy. Address: tTne BARNARD &, MAXWELL. JFFETS be found at the former reM
TLis is but b nwwing UD j end Teiug the opi I. i duor was mot bx' a ikroe bull: uog, A;liiclj b.Jt las leg and DrTM'Lnn Vermifuge; f.y ]>r.J, hn P.utler..f Lowe!,, thr.>'!ji; tlj ll.lidiJissee Puat Oillcc:! or see' nifon I j They will IKpl ( to ff their friec'Iairl .lame Hunter, in> the Thomasville road, eigLt rgile* %VV*, '

.'f i drove him off Once on the loute, tie keeper bc-ins \ I'i.nnih i'l 1 Cii.. (jhii. Tiie rise wn* that of u yoinc the !'tfll,1.. CLIOT.Juie at thf liltaj.l { E. Lirnard. from TaIiimP14e! s \-

a; : tu'wo capaVe of weighing causes nuJ eff.c tKT j ahead of him saw: him plui! e over i a wall and makti :: i Ift'Jv who had been* fiek for tiyhl y.-us. and haJ cvn I',', ltf-*.__ __ 23 _ Jr., -i patron.:-n <.! tli< Moitar.> n.rner D of ilonnc: January. 2S, 1851.T 6tn
e uit t-f acd iu.prorenicut bkli) diaruox i suited number \vl l.a 1 treated it '
j> jtrogres-s a plirsiri: n none : -
i! fur a lirute. 1 be kef per cot itito the houe flirt, bur an1 1 Clinton gticet *b TP th"V xxill .
. tb place, is chicfiy ttttibmtaUe to the &\*\izastry \. j ried the fii btened iieo'l] < vithin to the upper stor' if 1'rolajr.u* Uteri. I >r. ISuilTtins then called in.an.l An Ordinance .1 full_iin.i: yen -ral ao..'rti.ent 'f articles apj>ertaJninirt keej: RIce. t. ?

end ecterpiise of the HJU. Issac II. Bnni-i.Hi:) !' and providinij Uit-seif xvit'i' :ui axe, ueeet'd'd iu driving fir a time bti-ved! with his pretleecs-j that itwa 1 p'.nh'&f t-; rinrfn 'ij P-os.'t; J4)flhl or <> th -ir line i.f }biisiiit-ss, and solicit the patronage ot ) ICE in tierees,talf tierces and barrels n-rw landing .\ '". .
oil the fiiriou beast. The a mv of PrIJtp.ti4. He wu howevf srw>i, .""'stqiC y HI tif the ,Vtf.. i'vvws rr L'nclf _
he live : elephant finally ex their fiibnda and the piublie. it MafTioIia. Ar TJiddlirgor brtkt-r. sl.Iet i : -"
tj eit ht1 h in the scale of per .
tie imjv j forced lo the c-'iicliiti u that hi* w-as sufr-rinj //.i', l-t.. .. '
patient tie
haunted his (tienzth. ui.J laid Liinvslf dowu in tin : < fifth' City nj' Ta'lafiuw. i L':. HARVARD. .T P., I f-r sale bv 3ICNUGHT & OBXGXD. .' .
'.a. e-the! Yew York of Fieri Ja, ard Le the J .Ln J.i .' irjshee, about two iniles fiot*. tslaoe's Ferry. lienhe from worms, aud after nju li pir.'Msinnre] i.ile l IYI poi I> iiTOr.L: AiNEI) ly th.s Int'ndant nr r f 0.: TliOL'P MAXWELL. jS'ewpJrt; March II, ISM 10 ;I. ;.

. l AklOIft.r was secured wi'Ji chains and carried overthe Feri her t. takttwo (l.>iv< of l l-;. M'l/iui-'s Venrifice.Thi1 ) 714qj '.;,iijta ,,r ii.' (-i.'j 7:1:1. i ha ; Fc-bruary1.-1i154.( ) 5i

i r? to Fall Hiv r. A of the tune ho at tL medicine had the clft-ul t>f jeni > leatjn? this point, \isitcd Like G't'--. part ran 1h it be lawful f..r any j jpfrsi.i ITfll) ) C. WILSON r .
1 rate of mile iu three minutes.Fif : : -< niimlH-r <.l 1 the Inrirejt ti/i' Alter 5j| hi: l .. t.tlirow.: : NEW YORK. >
.'. a it )pr- t r r.U5c1n\ 11.1 f'WU iiii i
is. is about eighteen miles and uf th :
squire one < I pi"d them. h--r l.e.i th itntn-!:i. tly ritti: ieI. >h.- I tu any of ti.e .tret or public S'1uareo of tie Cix or 'T'AKES plea! u'e j in calling the at! at"r of hi* cn.v :

>v. t sleet* vf water upon the globe. The mlrui '. iincc married, j'l l c'itjLIutto ems.cl: ttv..ihn; the linnn 14 $Ihi} CirvVnv i isntileci j BREWER &L CALDWELL, 1 Ji toruera ucj tie public to tl e choice and exteiv "
t\c Xw JS'Jf'niJ FtunJiirJ Jane 7.
>m ..
.* Tman's beauty uni ftfina.e! Icvelitesp, juav sit t ..0'i: (.ihers-.i h-tan''cLivingfi,j tti'rxo'i. \j SUCCESSORS TO -Cir'THK A CO, I t.irtwent of ...
i.ui l.e rifuence of her TilE I.AIEeT ABDIT nir ELEr.T.-T1ae tlophantI ; -*-*. ti'-i'l i >r i ft .'iff.'idngt.l.ail{ ] Ci'! f
: : nnj de ul'tI iCtI.Ifl. i
presence I that belonged to the iueuageri which exhibited inthic i COXWMl'THfX, tfvvry l.o-lv knows I ij i- vLz- pei-s..n, hi fit-'l: ii a :m.1 n> t lt'fOIij le- CCXCSAL; (COMMISSION MERtHAXTS'.. ,
.. : m tlisir ivrte th u.e*, mu.ic, flowers, p>H-trv city on Tuesday ttill utiiiuts iu anui whit li"he lias j'i-t recei'ed by all the recent arrivals. :
ytatt f f. xttering d I e.-a-s-. It ei-ir.meiior-b an moonlight : but he can never b eatbe U"h fervid ,,iiiind.. He was coufir.ed with b-veri.l cl.aitH i'l ordir luouily.: that b -f..] i- nn" i iii r.a'tof it, the lung* nmrct I'frx.t I.-? than tuirty ilays i r rrore tl.w? !j J\-o. 20. OLD ZLir. i anal is n .w opening for inspection. In tlh r
'. ]*s"ii?* until; once upou this broad expanse of wcyjs. to keep IMIH, Fe'-uie. but fc-'on aft.-r the exl.iliitioi., i iire a m.isaof: iilrtit.. thuia sudJn. eiporure u'cLai-.'!I ftr I nu ntks: nt the ulcretincof iLe Ir.'ei.:: I .nt. an-1 !} May IS. 1:51. 10 ly ? whereof, he pied fS biinelfnut to be undersold upon *. :

of Suir.nei'e when under 'I wusolo-id, h.* Mccei.dtd -c\eiingtw> nf theclminthird. -. i frt'in heat to folj, pro! iuee" \nfninntioii, oid m ;;i my -Liveorfu-e :,'r"ii i.f c<.I'ire ,3V'ife'i.aftir ;saiil.lill the tame terms, by a-y h-V in this cify. t- '

a ee. tin: mew infu- 1 L4i' ever. wlii.-h wa* fd-teiu-.l to one >>' i t tw duv
u of j ;n urli lt.-it: pi events tj the eye a inirrut-llkc hi i1"cs: und aroun-1 a riv.-k. h? \\a* unable t'Lin <. CONSUMPTION.: I'or ll n>..iibl.-l vih. (.11111;' <'* he inf.iet 1 !'! the Mirili ill!i or hi* ti-putv. i.ti-i I i in, choie selection ofLadles
; ... tliuess. J spet.t a f.-w days ujion Draxton hLi.d J JnhiUi h rcak. ('n.siI.r.tte %'a ( flJ fl.: un:: ooinplaint.: -vrmM iif.-r to th" a>I ltrtL>emei.tin }ii i- .:.td f r in t l ?j than tijrty d.iys. M-r i.-re i.f! : Cotton Seed--No Humbu g. I Fine Dress Goods,

i is aljout fi; S >e whu chanced t Iw rp"ii the uroun J. n-il I !aLI: '\ the outside of r of Juil* Ch--nii'-al Kx: .! r.-'- nj.inth-f, i.1 tlie ilNmtioi. ef the Iiiten.jlLt .
or fcot .bo-e the Je\d. and .vei- j thipaj: : : an l : s.irl'-oig'ied, now In MI->- *.-ippi but fo' n t- eoruigiiri lit part of ;r
:fied from ti'C' place in h< }h- e. He ii.. iri< < I.-! this beautiful ehet of vater. aud la orr.ed u.d J i rr'tf CI.rrv mid Lun.jv whih i- .id t to 'ltt* n -I'Sill T-V iveiiur-/: ai-l f.-rw ofi.'i.j.ii-o'iijif/ut, tLirttiiui1 \ return l I'. :itLa* n.a-le arrun.. ementf with th'most C \ !Pr.ad bilk*. Eerag? Robes.SoLJ Col'JJ '
thiii'erouuiJiit!. TI. id t
e..mjiauy ]> JT U for 1 i-itain cure fir this awful dis u't- A-o! .\zir. T'r-: .-'nij-, -s e*. t'-u dav C'ireful Fiatittr* the a Ie.-tion I .
:n in. improxr Silir
,l 41 Bla'-k J rui } FiCTret! '- :
.'trai: by 0. F. CiJl.ntui,
v ijt. 0. Calli-tuti.) bose courtwu: hospitality cud 1 hair \ 'i.! li HAY\VAFI>, InInjnt. i.xtei'p. II'> l.j-tak E cre.it paia- to prcuretb Crape de Paris. Workeil. .: -

"jtletiMnly bearing il's ta4o; ctedit U lli-s d lL- 1k1rLMoLr: :. Juic -' \tit--. (,. V. 11, it Ilt lluA.I'iit. -. j| ;pJrt.-t ai 1 '1'tt 'rt. n't 1 xviil v.zato t'rriih th C 1 Dei agtneWktJ splendid Berage D iaines, 5 ,
I The Deii.vrn* in t<' N.'w : h-- I.
Legihattrni !
Pi.ir.tt'- Flr !In with h.-tter eCej.e than lave
, -i l.cd tiain be beats IIR. LKM'IS ; eve: stvU-s. Figured Chaliies, .
\ t_ n'i.iiit'.1 U.hhKi.l iniVel! f-r I S.t : t I1a.n' j l bi I l'oujl.t to tit> Stafe. Hu viI!! deliver j.-
While tl. t'-re n 1 1i au-lii: Colt!. Tan. Brown. Chaliey Beragts, .-S
tie. i'r. C.fliitu kii
Jly chibite.lto me j The \Vi.i 9 ii:4J J ref.S.jilrrs! will run diti4c' RHSIOENT DENTIST, New Store.r1lIi { t'lt- -eed to the t-rear of th? Phiotrrin St Marks .i(. t DrikT>3. Stcele. Green Ptinted Lawns ': ? ': 3

t/ie character.of the.o1>l, aid the kc.d an 1 fj-jalirv <'! i c 4ndiiius.. !id at ait uute vu thwe wLoTlie g.L th. i T.LLALl.l. FLA. -: < ii! -iiK-r I.:!t. ": -e'! the stack c-f g'-)J-.1I. -n1.'rt.| u1trr.: ; tLe next fCl or \.5r.ter, aad will pit>: Pin; !:, Clue, Uck ar.d Tiss-jes different -ea. .r\,.'.- .fcj
.'.! pr'Jt.an. of the Itlciid. I saw n> lice ieets i ii :'$ -. T S u >w in'-erti/: lin.-Ii.lTe-'lli: ..i.Th- i'l r Il-kv: war: 1 A ll.oiojr J,. u''j iut--'i.U; k'j j :n'4 ural i .tue eprtitier.ti' .atteet' La3 to the iLarrieter ui tl e articl's Whit* Berates, Mualbs-of all hisdi,itc. iii '"V

ases. Cy e, CVj'wses vieij'i.it: from IP to 2C H"Ufc .f Ilepn'en stive* iia\e ii-fu f-d* to ]In; ,-,,_:_ 1 new HI ] iKipr-'Vui tI iiO't.; -, vitl I ? -: at-"t'.i.i: Jfi i 1.roett.'k j i- well a--r- '. funj'iMied and the stat-dlni,' .f the Flai.terf.on, ALSO a f&i! a-saslmetst of '' .>*s !)i

a Turu'ps. I:4JLe'II'is.: Tiatet Irtl Tli' An'i Xi-bri a re.iiut4iLii si ill 1; Laces and EmVoi'Ieries. Hats s'nd! Cap 0
: : itHt<.H I ntr. Tlwrei: : pr alflr It uo el-.x-Uou of .leuutxrto ) MesU-an. tko Viet tee .
J.--' tie.nld. l 1 ..l. -,-. \\..ithtitaiu urcrn k. L-itMr... M. p.av ft.'L- i II- -i.-i iiiiu-tlf; to sell ea xS'h'd tcrrru jj arij i j. the IJUVhite IItt wd Connets and Trimmings, JEwotai.I Sbiea. q
aiiiy: su I sat Koiir Sxve.t, -< y.Ti4i | iujjine 4 4! f i<.d, ti.iTi-by rei. !criu: iicn: ]* rf".th lijuLiu the vitv.. Little I'rown. The! li: WF4Ite Mixic ure the nius: Paraf i# and Fan, \Voou rjd Willow! "VTare.Oljves. .

i-.J i-r: bwrt: Oratjes Lifle!. Lcrnoiii.: Citioh?; T'ortLuKl. ( Maino.: ) De'iioeratV nvontii'n J' 'iii.i'p, and re-Utr n-tJi-, <*ir iu <--ii"tiri.f thto fe THOS. P. RANDOLPH. *->uiht ulttr in M-r; ip[ i a* tli usoct reliable stock, Hose. Lc., Hani are amiCutlery, '

a : tL". fpeciittii- wL'eh' I tuke p'.eaajre in nJ I v ve-terd. iouii.ate: Sjbfpp.ird Carey Ivr U'iveru ,! as Ii. d. fv lctecli.. n. 11. v.'ili: alii: t.> all --all i:> .May 27. *:: J. 1 tut w ill supp-'y ei*h* r if tHe th-rs if desired. La lie-* Gpiters, llullow Ware end Irin.' '
I r. i 1 t Planters: wi-hib.: Seed, can address- him at Madison i Ties and RixkiDa it, Groceries, do, tc, dc. '
r : t" your ic't eetiot.. DiJ Mil'He Florida( fn Full: itfS. Th.wAi-l.iii 1: ,' !Iii!:
you eVcr fee Lrg.r I At Quebec, on Tb'iis lay. Lord Kbiii dilivcred liis NEW COTTON I Court Hou-e, Florid, *wrai l [ Gents Dress Goodd.I .
"-ott-i i Vi.iri u'l jiec i'.fnr.a-. \ 1-iter GIN.
at! I n \
< i .ij r.;ial l'arli.iiu-i.t.: Atc; i IIi'3da.g s.iiy j 4 JusEru L. DUTTOX
: And all other articles required ly tie ccun'rr m t' 4
!I will;: warraiit, inv iii toai- -. i-aii-fiu-t. I | -
a i '
..-.j n,.w I \i.,uld call a at liii th tu tli aUorbi-c qutiMi of th< ISil i7 tf .
th" 2'
resident. In stock
upon unbelievers of Mid"A'c 1 ? ri'-VM to fcUit tL tilaej. Tcriua t'ili. or \\Lcii ''ailedJ'r. : j i April J town tine our eoii/iit rather in tf-e -
..- ...8 : T Finn Ji, yc x Lo Lave pi-ocluiuied the Kuroj.can wjw-. he proceeds to i-j.eik: if the UeeiptMCity 1 -prr. yrxv I'ATI\T STI'.EL TO.JTH OTL .ubr.raciaI realUiea, than iu pufs and outward epearnees. ..
i Treaty, r-titting that he biib -en eiwhled! to c-'ii- 1 iN'I'riI! : ft IV v.-ii't-i. f..ij'e !L' \\H-rr. r<"l">rtedind .

MUid o! the St Joins one vs.t saud Led-" J peak a< clu-le a ti'-i4.y: with: the I'naed SUiten, wl.ic-L now await j Dwelling House for Sale. t) :. :it: r t C. &t.ii r i iii -tat.t, ttI ai: t- Lan for Sale. j jj I p April 15. 1S54. 1$ D. C. ;- ,t' -

jut' r-4 t llrffi benrye v hat I av-l 1 saw as fine com ratification and wl-L-h bo 11 coi.xinced will cMr tn run. a-.ij: tj.inig- the l.'i-t f-asut ha? l- -ii j j I" T.'I I.L 4!!! plaiitntion on terms that ae rea.- .
aud c-ttor. grt.wiuj upou this; Itlita as I Lav prove in the Jiigho-t leirii-e. advantHireoiis t" tie Col ionics t1t 1IE f.u.rtcribeltT.rs .--rale his Iwt-iiiz' hroii.jht t>> that ;vt of pt-rf. etioii vthieh reiiikT-i.-I I i omb'.tf: and uccwutnoJi'inj; to the parthajer. Ill Tobacco. .
evcr- general! .s;? well as tLe United State*. HiLordhip rtaai. F-. !i i'.'< iu Jefferson Ci'tuty, Fia. eighteen miles East oJ(
":i up.. the riJi nul 1 I ; :;::.L U'u-e, uii.-n itt.e..ii1iCJi&tjlL t'-rin. l ) si; iec -lio.it staple itt- ureat ft M-ru-ri.: '.
productive Ian } of Leon Couu received a large let of the -varior.s brands of p.
) reeomnwuJs! the of law tLe LeuLbxrluMHl of Waukeenah. It
a txtt-n 'irig I 1titC is uid liiiiis the \ ; .. Titilah.i-e in TUST
* pni4re uexv ci>nii! ! ciinenitiit to tijC'hurthes ivr "avn -ITklligiv apparent ; '* ijui! -- i ii .
\ Uj x ou be-lieve it I Or src a., biased ill* elective franchi-e. reduction rt the ..li'.ioe liu-i .b-l in reioir. v-ith hundred . two
you as to t gu Je-ts a tar- and wiXin u Phktrt d lai.ce of t.t- I l'm...leAcademy. ThiKiiority} conii1 Us leaving the lint nl-uii'r. > guts [ |
.ii itt Uie fdof light and M ,j iff, a iiI: dwelifc ou the un.'xatniale'1 of the '1 -ui.L I oixtv cltartJ. L.VM| biercome: and at co-t and ehargea. D. C. "WILSON.Aprl S
knowledge ? Jf on, oil | prosperity .S. .S. K.VlCiHT.June >?'!:t HJl'li 'JltlijTtt flMII ic/lo'K, Hill Jino li t C! t. ures aer i i'f.r.mVv.i

J hare to sny, j,. "Come ZLWy.let }h-iauW, Eplra-m l'rovizieu their uushuken credt: &C. ic. --I, IS,4 t bre.i- r i.: i t.y way injure the tibre, n: this s.nr.e I ANDEhaOX I'EIILEIL i 22,1X54. 26BK.W

.- i.nued to his idolb." It ss an erroneous that t time i.p.irti4: t" tc-! lint tlij.i: a'i-1 city feJi U:: |; __May__ -tf.-I)4. I'* j if I IJ.ust C. WfllTiKER, k
o1.Li.th Selling Out, wLi'-h is n.itnrul to th-'staple: ; when! picket by Land llbceived I *
iii4'i have formM ,
with i
> regard to tAe eharu< lerof the rrIin: SulweiiberV stock in trade. A ,SL.klTitb..- ha: the 'ame I.t if .t-eil. worth RESIDENT PHYSIC-IAN ,

L i : Fl-iniu hn ]. H i i- true that jtt upon the bat.k WL'uNro. June 16. ,' 1 will be .offers to u purt-La-er wh i will treat tuk Inrgan thj fnm j to 1 i ee'-ptr pouJ uivre than wh.'c iuuoti.It :. F ROM New Vik an-1! New Or1ans, TALLAHASSEE '

'. LL4C St. Joha there are n u ]large tract of line lands The Committee nt Wars anil MPP have agreed wh-.lc e-tabh-hmmt. S. S. KNll.HT. .1* tI.( iis- 5 -.ick? JiivaC..tfe?, :sI artisnee.i its profes' ioDil services to tl.a citizens d :t- .
tariff of cJ.-rui.' the >.> Mr.r. r.'in! l autiful, 1 will J Jrin : S itk Rise CofTte, S Tierces S. C. Ham*, } OFFERS -
- i b.; f JUD 1. But because thin, it doee not follow uK n n SO per cnt. on mitt ?urir. Cotton Jim 21, 1&04. 25 a : an t and vicinitv. OJIee S.st door Ea4 j
a au'.ter of J-B :ind Woollens. The llovise rejected the bill to iucreus : fi.HU S.1't'> l'iu" jiuup r day. end so Lr a-1, 2k i P."X-; >0 1 Sollp 10 F.bfe. Mr.Pl.rfc.. I II !'ofPost C35ce I'uililiugi; iuimediately! adjoining DC. 'j7 .
course that there u not a greet deal of good the rate of postage. Corn M.iiuf. cTnrrM Live tte I i i.: tli.lint i is in a ir.ncii 1 I 10 M fiu't'-e S'-c-T. 1W sacks White CV.-D, Nsth. : ';
-aui ujmi:* baala. There for Sale. :'' I'.jvs.: Vi. li. Utaina 2 lbl: Laf Lird,
are tni"ts c nautiug f I Utter CvuLtltii f >r t-! Iii! than fro.n any other Jannc'714,1864. 2 ly :
from tvo tXcLcmou". J( .

nnl tiiere are a preat number of these .. ].luutatiui of J..hinV h.l* hi-ud, s\! ni!<- I-i r;<'rtl Csr'il.na 31e= risllatfle: t S nofTMeC: '>f.bfoun'y. 4 .11'! v.II White Kara, 1 Ca--k Clarified Sturnr, j i A. PERRY AMAKER .

fjjnJ >.-n tins ri trachs to be June 18.svibBtan n'irih of TullaLii-, won tie n ., i'i..u; Jioi.l. A [>plxt anti I't. li L. Hill. of V.'ayno County and, 4 do Old Fomilv" Whit2 cli'1 Hrown do" | ,
uj \ er. fli *' of Lord Elgin's treat wth the U. -> J. w SAUYUlS.) -e*( r.J otLi'r11. \u tried the On onSht-it Cotton the I 1 key, i Hi-Is N. O. Syrup. i flLTTSBHSYATiAWt

This i the country that holds out Vnlaccxrn to State wa published iu Quebec yesterday. :; 1 pir: season acd cr highly pUaacd witL the nt.t't.- i j jIn 4 bi.f* C.v. Wiachestr 2 Tierces- Carolina ILice, TALLAHASSEE FLA.

fjr.3.11 farmers the iroet independent men and the best Article 1-t thiows open the fi'sheiit* to American : Texas: th; ;,%vw (;iiii is b uud to sweep cleau.- i j Whiskey. 2'') Huxrs Tfbacco, i :-
citizens xvithecitain ie r htions. School; Teacher bl.K (rrynulated! aiid Cassia Clvve f f May 21,1852. 20j
Wanted. 4 ?,
;vpuktion upon Go IV earth, and not to millionaires. Article id givs Iiriti>.h ; Oi| t JvhnDun'uii, of.Matador la. x\h<> piirchi! .i-il I th __ _ _ a'
1 > u'tt all fihri's fubjccu a right -to Ameri- I i YOl'SO MA2T 'c-Mid Rtaziding arid iapal,1ef of :di.o tWO Gins: roM in IVxris: iLchri.thtt: if he had j jac i t-.u.4sd Sn Yenat j' t
rueau nulliocaires of can t-j n paralUl of JOHN B. GALBRAITH :
thin 110.00.
are tiescripti'in.), | C'Lut \ Citron. .
i I -' tPahii'g all the l-iiglihi bia.ist-hit- ''. :: 1;!:'! 1. .-i%.-il them ii timel.tlavrftliitufi his vh l -er.ip, i it i f d'>c. IVpper ,'
-niea who worsUp ai mansion's Fhriiie-who cal Artiel.' 3d rr.iJs f r a !ice eychar.-e NI.! |I.\- would! 1 have, m.i-Ic u diifertucc ol'i'ro.'o'Uy to 3iiWidollar 2 l hLL. Lar-l f'i!. Smyrna and Malaca Figs I j jI ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. .
tliesisi-hes Uiiiou men and Southern riguU men-- j (all.trnt2hfIiiitin:1uJiiig kind of f.our. p.ll kinds .,f J>readatui;. (, ui-lying; ; to tie ut1eraied., The tnLry I* ? H"> and m his f-.Vf'r. ili.. p'* Siw-ett Oil, Starch Cniidie! l>ats, j j2lblI lallahassee, FloriJa.S '
I j cotton, coal j-itth, tar, turptntLo net- ; "IotiiaSnFi-Rr<1 anti Star Candles
anunmmiuf.ictnred Ijoard. Sperm ,
vl', fr tli. KefiK-hce iinch. Gin ar. wnrarifcj to .kk I
take of fow as to qua'tlfieati..n3. tO.. re ired IL1c POUfl'1.f $
saving a pl-aynuec, (which tobacco. | ( | seaJ-d I I l.<>Lond-w Porter, ;:: Ofllce tip-stairs in the Capitol, imrcediatelj i'
j Juneiri. I 12 hour-1. Tli" ; will do from Hermetieally
i-ich (Jins
1M1. but : 4s
e.- of m
a- large enough to reflect U,. ir touls.) fail to patron 1 Aiticle 4th throws open the St. Lawrence and ull! t \V. Hl'DNALI I IHIHJ to l"f'ti' {Mji.nds of lii.t i.i th > Pfmc time, xxilhproptT tferClam! *. Halibut A=. nrtcd rVkle Ltl ,.i.1i1z the Senate Chamber. [Oct. 0. 4<) .eL I'f: 2

.2- Homo iuiiioue: : (Jrr.anr, Afc'iarirx, d-r.) Canadian Canals to American Msseli.Ci'wfrra Fresh Groceries fred.. and! to run a.1t.i, at- a N
t jj to our ICorUiern cities fiT home and -plantationvrpiei Inereu.tir.gui A'ttc YirL.werq c-we ot tJlurt, with printer n.-ae, they will be niade1'ii 2 bbU Ji'ee f Tunctei. F.razil Xr.t.J -
Thier PER -b"orer \\ tn. It. F< ttei5 2 (1.! Fultna Market Soft Shell Almonds, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.Qufliry .
: thereby itrpoverisliriig the South and pulling titty-five dettls fjoiii Cholera iu New Casks HibK-d tji.iw'
down Voik last week. There, H a special meeting of the I l"e ot'4'' Inc'ii Oin ?"f'A. For M inch >..2T'. To j jlw I.-ef. Florida, A_
would be ft do
cities C'-ar
great men who stand like do1C !I'iekU el! Salmon, Walur.t Cat-jp,
Bard of Health i tie to tl-"
called on M'>ndiv. do :> -ii\ere a -are-t dejwit or landi'iij I IT71LT. pra-tice in the Court. of the "Middle Circuit. -
aa inA-rnal *et of Shnulder*. Sm..koul Salmon, Tornattu' CnUnp,
Harpies, boldirg in tltir band p.i.d.1 Man }
right S Ticrcet. purchaser, funiished to set the (fia/tianinjj. j I V r.ri-! Jackson and Franklin ('verities.'i
the sugar: Curd Hams Roe Il-rrinz. So almighty dulkr, watcLiog an opportunity to suck From thf 76 JVrmCai.!i on ten d.iys tiial October 'jr.l. 18.2. 4i ff j
Watltitigtun Star. June !C.Vfif ; Ubl*. SueiIIi.Jlttr
Hit. htI. Xorlhcrn Craelrers .
) ;;I 0 _
the cub-uuce lucre will he E fct.v.'lc of these* fib* kept in TalIah.vi *
and :
prey the mkfortunes uf their .! J/ampthiie Senatorial 4'J do Family
upon El<4tt ,
>e !
Uo\v-mcu. Yours, very re nctfulr} eressioual friends of the Nebraska bill are greatly' 26 do \Vhiakev" U T. Teylor & Co. for the sale of tLeir.awJin CO; I''jN.: i t't. Louia and I>ried Feafliee.Oi.io .

VEGETABLE. elated to-day, over yesterday rather unexpected action 3 do Lard, srs. Fl-nir. Xail, Can.Ile V.'ick, ATi'Y AT E.ATS7, .

of the >\-w Hnuipbhire Democratic state Con 800( BushlsOm.20uo ) (; All-*. cornnRcnVati-TC" addressed to the Agent at Tallahuasee !- 10 1lu1.! K cufi'-d WhU- I'.ieket KIH'VM, MONTICELLO 't

ren'i'in' wherein Nebraska olutions went through) Fin- Havana Segnre, kcv. ChiMien's! Shoes,
v.-i'l with attention.JOHN ; 80,1853. 83
EiIldLiam meet July tljin
of the/ Xutimnt._Tbe Ituwians are. with a rneh, coutiary to the calculations of the sail Smoked Tonzu. prompt 4 Caks Bacon Si.lo. A biuaii lot of Dry Gooth2 -. :

ete3y engaged in f n lifting all their porU. Tin- >"ebrnEkaites.Ve Mitectirtini i. Dried Bee!, :WAKUWELU AGEXT.p d-j da llama. EESKINE & DILVTOTITJI

et wbk-h bad taken refuge in the harbor of -Crop- \ have a lelegrapuic deflpatcb from Concord, dated 1 Bologna Sausage, g.-Th'** fiiiH ean 1 e seen iticperafion on cln'rt All of which will be sold ru low as any other House ,

b.adt v.. *aiJtob*' iaahigb wtate of last eight, which speaks of the election of Mr. Hib- Dairy Clmese. Cotton at th e.nina.-nernnet e.f the tixt flinrtinjr' in the CifV. for the Ca>h.I I ATTORNEYS AT U\Y' -

4LU-1 capable of making deeper*te defcnc preparation I. l hard to the Senate as comething vorv cure to Uke; While Ruru. Ac. Ac, .* 'ason nt th' Pltctuti .n of Col II. W. Wiiliams. Gen |I let il.w'r Sr-itu of the store of fJ. i ilegiuuijs ; SIONTICELLOIiwKtyz. tCY. .

etit The utcw.t place to (!ac. Now. as tbe nominal j3em cnitic p i. Siinc si. 1854. t& JJflfl Rowi.r.s.Just Wm. lUi'<">. ''ov. .mhn lliia"b cud "\V. F. J-l.-yJ. ofL aleo. n.Ijiiiniiit! ; Ihe store -f S. S. Knight. I|
ity prevailed !
among the tidier the ma. iniijoiity in die lower House of the New Hamphii i ""ii Coiintv : ol. T>. F. Wl.itner, ofCadsd.'i. Co. ; Will abo sell at Auction any property desired lobe j JCENI Quincy-W.S. PxLwcnraMogictiIt\. :j

ci iTIe s and the sail *.. IO.OCK men Ware q i' rt red in Legislature is but six. and an they elect by. Received, Thoma M. hiu. T. X. c J. It. Jlarrick and! U. AYotinsf. wild!, when called upon ether in tvwu or country. July- 1.5.* 1h!**.>. -J Jr. ?
the ciTy and adjacent fortifications al-oe, vhile the concurrent vote," we are still iochaed to doubt the of /. ek' ori Co. :.J. G. Auilcr .in; and Capt.Dauiel'ni'd. Sale days. Mondays- and Satunlavs. 4fJr

iiwg-Lboring khuua and tLe whole of the tact. If the Hoailr. Morrisou, iU "rattiug" fur hie _APOZEN-Botaeo V 21)) doz. Porter, JitTi-i-hu Countv. and J. C. MrGthce, JOHN H. RHODES, L&tL DUST, a. 1!. M. '
.urroundingcountry party o,. the pv.s of this) election and Scotch Ale, CoL R. Harri-vio of Madison Avftlonttr and Contnrlsj ion dlerthant.ApriII3,18..4. .
- swarmed with troops cf every description.-: ..- ,,a candidate sitting up f.or atrc 4 i barrels Mackerel, [.,.e1. and ; County. DOBY &. .
iu opposition to its regular' nomi- The letter 'from the Mills JIamitirturiiig"Conipa- 15
I'tutes of flee 4 iH Tct7: A LAW
vaiious sainU. framed in the most costly) can t Larry f those elected a. drrwcrati Kits nv, publishtd helow, j gives some? idea of the value of ,

tyle, wreathed wi.h Lowers, and cwsecreUsd by the out Hones(4' the one hundred sod sixty-two inesibers th&t For sale .4 this Gin for 1/H.g Staple C4)ttin.IIoLYCi Tract of Land for Sale. 'j jrPMIE QUINCY, FLORHJA. ;
elseted by
ao hiy be S. S. KXIGIIT. "I T7ILL iu tL* Middle Circaltof Florida ; -k
< ania4c ,
moil iinjK ing reli 5aJ a pohitica I snlt ril>er ofTere for pale his "Sen Down"
-ceremonies, have been preteiued mistake B. to 1)5. sliTiost June U, 7624. 23 V V and in the Eastern Counties of West Florid._. n !i &.
essentially Masi. 4, ;JlSDI. |
, eI'inie4ummiLttJ I April JL land in Madison County, consif-tinjr of about twt
his '
by the.rmpress to the chapels of the different agaiiwt own poLtieal future-. that's | All business cntrust d to th jr care will receive prompt -
all Fresh Groceries S. Fw rARKi r, E-rj, tlmiMiind acres of BS pood land as any in Florida. About -
faU. this and '
By men the ardor of the had Provision
soldiery I two hundred aeros are cleared underfgootl fenee.j .
Dfor Sr Ve have need the few
New December 24, 1SJS. 61
Uen inflamed to the highest piteh. The most rigid Hampshire Demooratio State Convention 11 ITE are now rccdviug from *TCW y0k, anti Now bnlesofsen Island and other I hmg staple Cottons j There are on the premises a good Screw. Gin house-

blocka was enfoired Y Orleans, Schooners and Gin, with comfortable Negro; Cabins. Every .
by the government Ko oneWM per Elizabeth sad Taylor u hich nay t/as ginned on your Sea I bland Cotton I -
.\V4rwia Bill thing th" is offered -ix Mnlos. t ck ofII.HT BAKER &
Un Mitchell t Onrnier'B on plantation : McIVEi j
permitted to enter or leave the und moittly Endoned-T < : Fjctra Flour Gin. ,
city r raitor,
any; and Cattle with about all
V t \thatevcr, unless /uoji hed with wu..port: Aypat1ed 8u LOUIS eupt-rfin do. We regret in not having a larger supply uf this likely* and healthy., For terms tveutythree, apply tn the Ngrow.sulwcri- ATTOENEYS AT .LIW4 .
e'' Superior Rye do. Cotton to through ocr works : a larger quantitywould
1gte d by tLc The /ollowjng despatch Las been pass TALLAHASSEE AND QU1CTLOm
loc.1 the Post
authorities. received from do. Graham -do. enable unto jnclsr more correctly a* to-the relative her on the plantation, or tbrongh Stillepioa $.

Concord; Ribbed Bacon Shies. rnerita of Cotton Gin over the common I Offi-e. J- DKID.. WILL practice in tbe Middle mid Western Circuits, .- ...

A goo'i joke told of "State convention >rloriou lv harmonious. Hesolu II Clear do. Jo.fclapg roller Giu. yow Mali'MMS COdflt..M1%. 20. 1854. 20 lit awlin Countiwof( Pecatcr aa .

bought in Iz.iladeh11bl Columbui merchant Vho' tions fully endorsing l'ebn ka adopted unanimously) ,, 4 Shay's Sugar-cnrod Hams, With our experiments on the nmll lot nf Cotton Notice. Thomas, Ga. *SBOLULSG i

a bale ofDomestici biCb b.GoDtr with three cheers. Great enthusiasm prevails. Traitors Crushed and Powdered of the that Cotton Gin
prouunced Sugar, eceived we arc opinion your BAKEE A. N. M 1TE. i
h. the date of this notice I shall ,
best azd appalled. I bear cheer Xrom the months ,
convention now ljJ jrf and Clarified do. does not'inji.r the Staple of"the Cotton, and that
purcbald I SIX
I t turned out that the aa I send th1 .** application t<' the Judge of Probate of Mad Tallahassee.! <2 iwfy.
goo had jas be you Stewart' Hard Candies, tliere U aoiroprovewctit in the evenneei and clearJin
SavRnnb: steanje direct fr tho lznJad frwi:3. The democracy of the Gmoite State imre taken ;a Extra Apple Vinegar.extra TVLite-'W, do -s, of tbd fibre, which ..viH materially iuerensA the ison County.bu" Colemna}'h'riua! deceased.for ray discharge as administrator January 7, 184. 1 >
Co3b noble stand their Cross 4 BlMbMlf article and reduoo the cost of Naufaeturing. of Jt> --w. p
iftcturwg ODiany I upon mountain barrier We cot PjccolillT, alne of vas RAXDELL, Adxn'r.May2) JOSEPH H. Dc'PONT -
gratclaU thee sturdy members of that patriotic, unanimous Superior French Jluztard, 20 6m ,
ooDveotioD. $nd the noble Constituency -whose Preserved Canton Jmger, However these av questions which "can be more I S'iul. ATTG NIY AT LAW :

for July reo iTed( hanisorxi. illutra. will they speak \Washington Union, Jxtit 1C. P'reeb Soda Crackers. satktwjt-n'lj fettled by experiments on a larger; Notice. QU1NCT, FLORIDA ; iwit
teda ,
cad cx'taluogibe LCDBOLJ nod Brandy Ptacbes, ncale, and in order to accomplish this, we hope yon i
geoerj tarje of gon Pepper and Pimento. will be able to furoit.li larger supplies of Ion:; staple months after date. I shnll .present my final ne- -fTfTn.L continue to occupy the yfiEc rccer. ,.
1 ere ia no *gAZtne io th. country bk1 The !?ew York Courier *njri fire thousand rifles No. 1 Soap. Drop Shot.Scotch Smi. Cotton ginned by your Sea Island Cotton Giu. SIX:: and vouchers to the Jud e of Prohite of >1 ) pied by Ihe hitin firm of C. H:, A.J.JT_ I .

2ti prcparatloa acre aud from Jiiuiwipp!, leooeMce, and Arksnses would ALSO-800 Bushels Western Tours Truly, Madison County, as aJuriniatrator of Lucy li'.berts, ami to practice in the ailjoc nt<7ouutian'l

tl4 tL LaJf Deck can sweep Cab* M clean of Spuitb troops ju Geoip'n. -25 di). M'JieafBran.Core, f<3i-neiU ... .J-1* DAVIS, Agent. and ask io be didurgd from my admii.ietraiorsLip..JAMES We teni Circuit*. He wfll alao a. ,
JIadley FoDcs Co. MjlU JiOBERTS. Ailm/ of the Supreme Court la TJIahasee aaj
everMj 13z4dw.'duaL ?1 UODGKJSS .
SCOTT AiuD1ClE1. 3 tf N'jV651 January 7,1654. J

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3:) .. : A/JESSES BETTON A WHITAKER ask leave to A StJPEftl6R Article of 4, 5 ahi yi .

IT&' HEBREW PLASTER TALLAHASEE, FLORIDA, 1VJ. call your attention to the elegant assortment oGood. st Colored Mattlfly. fcr M!. few W "

r Wholesale and Retail Dealer in .*, received per M' cutan, and adapted to your April 8. 18S4. U CRICIw&

4 4 '- ic.i 'rpHE Great Remedy for RllOtlinntisui, Gout, DRUGS AND MEDICINES. sole use.

L l'ain iu the Side, Hip Rick Limbs, and Joints ; -. ___.. ..- Parasols,

; Scrofula, King's Evil, White Swelling, Hard Tumor, PERFUMERT, DyestUffs, Surgical instruments, Edgings and Insertings. AVERT Superior stock of SHk and
#! ; ; : ; and all fixed whatever. Where and Paraso!, for
Stiff Joints, pains 1 Spices, Snuff, Window Olaso. Paints, Ed'ngs k Ips'ng Maltese Edjcingi, sale '
this Plaster is applied pain cannot exist SWISS April 8, 1854. 14 CRICflLO'J&
m& ; __ Oils, Vanishes, Putty Manufactured Tobacco, Valencine "
It haa been beneficial in cases of wi-nknef", Fuchao auil Glass Ware, Patent Mcdicinefl. Smyrnau Real '

fife Pain and Weakness in the Stomach, Weak Limbs, Fine Soaps. Fine Tooth, Pure Wine* and Brandies Saxony Smyrna FloutMJngs. Oil Clotha.A '

THE GREAT TURKISH Lameness Affection of the Lungs iti thwr primary and! Hair Brushes, for Medicinal purposes, Blond UWhite SUPERIOR Article of Figured Oil ci

; REMEDY TOR BALDNESS stages. It destroys inflammation by perspiration. Paiut Brushes, Fancy Articles, the Floor; also,a superior article ofny It,

S3fti lad James L. Boyd, Pickens district, South Carolina, Garden Seeds, Fine havana Segars.He Goods. Oil Cloth for furniture, for ale low bT
: for
Lrvifontiaf and Beautifying the Hair testifies that by it* use alone, he was cured of Rheumatism received April 8. 1854. 14 "w .- '
;; has recently per bris Aa Sawyer and
P11,r'S H Toilet Articlt, for bsautif))-ing and keeping the in both of his knees, of several years standing ilont.iuk, a Loge anJ Fresh tupply every variety J JACONET Check O&mbrics" Book Swiss Muslins

i *5 b ir soft, gloey, and iu a healthy condition, it itunequalled. The following was handed us by a respectable of articles usually kept by drurgut vjantf and Striped Nainsook Boots and Shoes

Its follows Physician in Georgia : will always find this establobmenta full
positive qualities arc as :- Physicians at
Hfe > lit It frees the bead from daiidrufT strengthens the !rs8nM. BCOYIL t MEAP-Gents : I bare been n- ur3ply; vf every thing needed, and on the most liberal Fig'rL l Col'd "" Curtain A SUPER article of French Pump fl j i>
: Linen Lawn. Super Low Quarter Patent IatL. "*
: Liverwort and Tar ] Bishop's
: roots, impart* health and vigor to the circulation, auoprcrents sing your 1ebrew1'I.tterveryex DR. JOHX DULL terms. ShO5 *
tis liar hanging color or getting gray.h'J1'i .- teiiMvely in my practice for three years past and it Orders from the Country promptly filled and sat.sfaction Broad and Narrow Ties, Cloth and Ky Top Gait ,

Sd It causes the hair to .curl beautifully vhcii done is with pleasure that I state my belief in their sn]>eliority SOMKTIIINONEW guaranteed, with regard tioth to prices and Mourning Goods. Ladies Slippers, Bu kins and GaiNr* fr, .

!j up in it over night. This bulrn i Ic made from the oiig OVER ALL OTHFR ARTin.ts, with which lam AND VALUABLE. quality. Physicians' prescriptions carefully com B L'K all wool! de Lames, Black Satin, April 9, 1854. 14. CRICHLOVT 4BR03 *

inal receipt procured from the original Tuikish Hakiu acquainted, fur the purposes for w hich they are recommended. pounded. Bornbazinen, Hair Crape,
Thcjno't powerful King on the Swe of tli globe now Fans.
: T :: ;. (physician) of Constantinople, where it u cuiversullyoed. The Hebrew Pla'U-r, especial/! is an Tflpii" itpmn in tho Aurrirnn publir. The por AKo. EPPIXC/3 COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT Fijf'd Silks French *
: The tuiks have always been celebiated for CMVERXAI. PANACEA foi-local pains. I have also found of tie rn>*nf 1 beak of lAiropr ink into intitfiiificuiic OF BCCHU. Watered do English A SUPER Stock of Super Folding.! ;
; it most excellent application f..r Sprains and Uruier wlifii rnui)'.ri* sale
their wonderful skill iu compounding the richest perfumes a Kinjr* '-nploj the power tvitnl in them to December 24. 1853. 1 Plain do M'ning Sleeves t CoIIarn.Handkerchieft. low by
> j* I ;? and all other toilet articles. Iu Turkey Iho aiome It gives universal satisfaction wherever used. inrrv.T'i- richf of thr ilrli an J lorJlr, .a I to reduce April 81854. 14 CRICHLOW A BROS.
TJ* -*' tic herbs,
rttecWf almost universally known and used for the J&tir.- Ga., March 4th, 1S53.tT nrM deute..to Our tbolorlly Anixriran zn'insion.n4 Kinij jro*I*humble forth with e-abtuiraIy oqual wllllii-alik | C\f\ BOXES Window Glass, assorted size, Emb'd 1I'dkfa. Indies Hem StMC'Lric irIrirM. Segars.

.'. Hence a eaie of baldntts or i/zit7co4f h iWv- unknown in that cvuiitty. We wibh tut vm A VOICE FROM OEOROIA.RtaJllir the lofty auil lowly, the ri'b an.I the JO.T.Dll. 5 Lirrel L.IUKII! Oil, Tape Bordered CRICHLOW i BRj( $.

be made it that will do ini-rn to convince )' 6 Ijiid Oil Aprils, 1854.
}' 1 Lt' trial to of ; : trtthnini/from a hyica; n. JOHN BULL'S 11
..,; ,. ., of Its 'i tues than all the advcrliaemcut* that can GLNTI.E\IN-Ve ur Hebrew Plaster has cured 20 K -<< Zinc Paint, Collars & Sleeves. _

- p- .. Ku published and that all may be ablo to test its \irttwi of p.iins of which I have suffered for twelve vents me IIE1 AMEllICh 0? I !! 20 pai-kugM Fire-j>roof Paint (bbls. and \ thIs ) TT< MnRT Collar. En roidered Sleeves, Gold Pens. ;. 4

it is put up in Lary tiutllt at the low price ol 2 ImireU Rei-tilied Wiude Oil. M iiniing Lace 3 AGLET'S
part. Duiing this peiiod I labored under anafm'ctionof I. the TrNTII Woxnsa or rim* \$ORLP. oil th* gTCM5t [ Super Gold Pens for sal Ps.
f : 30 cents per bottle. Keiucuibcr the gcini'mt i lir.s: tht my loins and side, and tiled many remedies that bloi-.iiiir ever olTtTi-J to aflic'el )huninni'j ; in tbs uffr- 2 Train OiL 1 bbl. C..pnl VarnRh. Iloniteit Setta of Sleeve d Collars.G CRICIILOW BROS

. I tigaatur of Comstock it Brother ou the splendid j my own medical experience su si-stcd, but without l ({ mil I :ion You.,taui tli Ti'. lwtor only tontlm can i w'y. n-licf niaji.-i*l a mnmly.t yonr corn-All OpiiiU TurjKintmo in barrel.aiul at rttail. A general ApnlS. 1854. 14Perfumery. ,
I nix n
; ) z; wrapper. obtaining relief. At length I ued your Planter. nut! tln_' whoniilt)
:.'.. ,-4'' ?.. FOR THE MARRIED.-"BE YK FKI-ITFI-L AND am now l by its good eflccts entirely cured. I will ie I|".ITT,, not the vuj of th.-ir r 1 liU Tvi>n-lurtiil mnlK-iiu. iliinnf tlio l>ri> f p rio-l iinr. Iecrint'tr ,
.' 1 MULTirLY. -Is a cxxuuituid that should be chct-rfully commend the Jew David or Ili-brew Plaster to all !l. intro'liK'tion, ) c.
obeyed by Uie children of nicu. LAK/.Cl'l'L'> who are stitret lug horn Contraction of the muscles, or mi 1 nril> !ir<* irli.rin to niniif who h.r-to- Florence Crspe Liessee, .rl. man Cologues, Real Lubiu's Extracta. Imt.
.r JUNO CORDIAL or lrctttheEIii'r, picsr-iiljcd permanent pain in the fid.or back.Tin1 fur ft 2ar>Iil n oniy as a pitiful sit uii-riil'l..b..iu' S> rups, &c. Bl'k Col'n.P.lTc Jules Ilauel'n Eau Lustrale &,
Tarletons aiw'd Hair
Fiij'd or Restorative
To the *jtIl4 ith sit lintuuiitii. Kinlirot: f ion* I'aiaKlllarn JV
; -j 9 as an effevlurd restorative iu carts oi debility, iuipoteney people of (Georgia h.ne but to become acquainted itni I'nin KiTartorf.: and li-t million ,.f glid OLD Otard lirundy, Trooh) Date*, WufJ White Silk Illusion, on's Invigorator.Lyo&a Katharion,Barry's Triw'pL,

** or barrenness, and all im-gulaiitie-io! imtuic. with its vitluts when they will resort to its use.Youu t.uu'Iel ppHlxui the nirnn >f ti.! pn f tutmranKlni Port, ('biret. Brocade Bl'k ous. with a great variety of cheap Perfumes p

t .r- It is all that it professes to be, viz : >ntuien* fjnat ti uly! M. W. WA LKICIl. JI. D., bit-n unJ of lsti roots: ,",a pruduccd|..riira"ou bj co Auivru-B'a*.l.o--l -ost bwu!; if ri<-h Tr suit t Ma''it'i) ,, Old Port Juirf, Whit Wafd Blonde NetL turns. Hair Oils Ox Marrows. B ar's Oils, F/Mfc pa,,.

.., restorative and remedy for tlae in the married s.tute Ft'rvthe, Monroe, County, Ga. t.uuato.ta IAII.We Cherry, Sparkling Cider, der. Pink and White Lilly White. Liquid tod i'ow-_
; without oflipriug.[ It is aceitaiu cine for bcaiiuul tttission To Mcstrs. Scovd Jt Head, Nc\\ Oi leans, La. oult sk (hi l.emnr.. iio .rc ss elrnpt.tsuuiJ I'mdou Porter, Scotch .A Ic. Ribbons & Trimmings. tiered Rouge Poncet Boxes and Puff*.Sb ring 4
--" of oh.it i-l suit hit: i in not a Tiilu:>til :iniUy uli-'li-
general debility,gleet, weukuebs of the genital ? ISrandy Cherries and Compounds Soaps and Wash Balls
t. in
cine, 10 lo uf a T OXN ET dt Sash Rib'ns. s.
) Fringes
.ir' rgana, nervoua atfectious, leu>.>onho .ior wliitct. Aun JH\V DAVID'S OR HEBREW PLASTER ix N. C a fciusi trul. au-1 if n'i-f.-t'.r. rxrrt tli--ir ,,. .uu1cea Ra i-berry Syrup, Sardine", JL) bundance, for sale by CRICHLOW 4 BROS
"S inTigoratiug medicius it is unequalled. Also, a cntuia % itS l t.hatf.! r.roiusu'ii-l it. .j.ei.k w-il mi,| r.U'Q it It, Strawberry '. Freeh LoMer, TatFtta 1: Satin Zephyr Worsted, April 8,1854. 14
ludi oolioii.low MJ>*R-. Scout Mrvn: I have ne 'ii troubled su-1 itliut i it n ti'H.-d by rh.r; aQa-f I ii, l I.li''ir-- 1 1" Lemon t. Velvet Cap A M( WorHed Bindinp __ V
remedy for incipient cou uuiptiou, Shad. V
with tli- chiouic iheumatNm f<>r the last twelve l.a.ti.i' HI<- iilsa l S rhairjiH.-.anl lii-u they ixi.ltr.* tli'lruflcrin Silk Braid assorted White A C..IM Bobbin, -
- of muscular energy pbywcal hussitudc, icualv ,; fnrn to u e IIiU rt-nllv Tatu.il: >.e ineJi''!"*, Gin; .-r Salmon, Needles.JAMES .
*. On the 3 let July, 1S4?, I win HI bad that 1 1ould
weakness, debility, t<:. It u wuir.iuted l<> plcu.se th your they H1 1* l 'inu mi art f limeTdlvnr :lnt uli.y! rnwill Pine Apple U Clams, \\ bite Silk Fringes, Snake Cord ik Tap (. '
% <> not t tuni mvfolf !in !li.'tl. and the -\< SMITH A SONS
go s< r
juin l I.e r'u.t f>f l Inm a pnorrfiil lou 1 tory in viral SuperiorN'eenlle? foruls
user in any of the above cojnplaints, and ia vf pikvWt that Ibad not i-irpt a niuk for HX div.; At thii- n-me'ly f''r all vitTiinl .ti-.cr-es. nn- Srjjli'l. buru, Gauui Jelly Preserved jiiiin-e, CRICHLOW 4
;M' -. value to tuowj without otifpriuj.CACTIOS time ** Hbr &c.. HO I f-ir m ny In'uni! M9in.n! ir i,a (-rtiin cure, Currant nb. Pcaihf: *, Gloves & Mitts. EROS.
Ai-i -,. EXTRA.-Fiud the iwnne of C&mtoqk ABrvthor my"attending phycician piesc-iibodthe .u ).t It in pvrfiitl Inrinif.. mil lur i.a'"i-| ..!" prolu-inj Sparkling < -litin< TaniHiinds,' T DIES R"-,'(\ and colored Kid Gloves, Aprils, 1851. 14 I
Plfltei. and! it nf-tfd like a clmnn : the p.iiu It ft mo. ffrlit
the Ifwt tuijuri..iotiY>-<-k in tLc Ulu t .i-ii.M'.e cjf>et or
. sv.:. : ou the wrasjnr.un.L near by it uul snu and I flopt more than half of the night, ntid in thri-- the wrjkrrt coimlitiltinii. Flavoring Extracts, Spici- t"-"f! I J Silk From New York, per E. Rcmmlngton

;.; t ft ad the above run/u; us it ha* LK-CU tjcten irttytvunitrftiUd days I w us able! to ride out. I eoiii-idt-i tIu IIeE.rewPIitcr" It rntirvly u<&'i>-'-j to tnMme:: the cM: vil wrn-nut Yeast PowtK-rs, 1'icklu, ,..::4 J Beaver '5'a Coffee, Dried
late. Avoid the wuuteifcit us would vn'rin ot |>iit>li-liin (' his pubic thifui'l' <>f >- tit of you VOlites Caohrn' re
: for all of innee.
the bvst remedy m-iN pain-" n.\v citieS ,f wi.ti l kr4 p. .f..ruro-.L b> tlim ui.-li-tu.. 1* OtI Cotfee, Heuliic Champaigne,
poison.GEORGE'S. U.V.. il'MINX. but tutt-ft- rviri to try I* and 1'r. 11,1.1 : h'urriut C Yzepcr a. Cauntlettn; Golden Syrup,
?1&t.t: -: HONDURAS SARSAPAKII.LA I I llenIwotoivilk, N. (.'., Aug. 1C, IS.'O.of '. ,ll-ciruj.L -ui"n nu tiie: Ing of 1'mu th'iU.i a.l U'lliin Woict-ster'-hire Sauce, Cocva.Englihh a. Bl"k Silk Mitts, Citron, G.bvn Bologna Butter Sausage*,
. wore ( h< t.nn| fir It. Mustard, I). H. AMF J.P a. Wor-ted ,
For the cure of those dircacs
: EXTRACT, arisingfrom 54 f f 5r' r- e' ,-, Ve wouM a>K. lure )KII the !Ui.uin.ti iu "r <1'>'U: Currants, Cider Vinegar 4
,.. an impure state of the blooj, suth :i* Scrofula, t'4' L 9 t'tt thci.. ar<* ii'-t pi.i-Jint! mpaiiioa' .%Iit S ki Il> <* toil <-aember 24, 1S.1S. 51 Oetid'r 2?. l rn. 4.1 Almond White Wma Vinegar

J*'*.i4' -- stubborn ulcers, skin diseaufs, pimples on the lac-, $ I I : zJerur you ou.'l iiiic tu drive tilviu axay ad fiOU a {.txmibai, Just Received K. Remington New England Run,
p.. 1.:. and arc. .Is: Cvunftrfnts and bnse fHi1rlGunJ. tUeu UAH per ,
t f sinai. irrigulAritiee cuuiphuntb : i t ii nfI.I/3 KING OF PAIN." AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO. Cogniae and American Brandy.

al tonic and inotgi'ratoi'Hj'ttit *y'ttiii it f unt
r ; I This medicine \ not oytrcJ as M cure for alt uista 'f li. TAVLOK oil the btccl plate engraved label on tin- ronipUint. It' wnf ry. S.unm-r ro.npxtint, IIJUTJ >l.irbuii Oils. Dre" _5tutr*, .tQ, THE receive application for and make insurance Holland and American Gin.

. ei but merelv for those wising from rnpuit! : tl x>JIt'is .- top of each Uvr. ''ruuu p C.ilii.!! 1 1 l..r.1 Act,.. l>.'tli. <>r itny niln-r ach. ALSO jijj-u'nfct !loss by Fire on Prick and Frame Buildings ALSO, from New Orleans,
.-' -. composed of stat uoyinast SALVIHHILLA, combined I'uthn I li ixinple an>l lur cure nrai .too Ounces Sulplinlc of Quinine. Far Furniture, Merchandize, Ac.

.- with other purely \cgetablo suUttiuco <'f acknowledged thif ot tile i j'4 in existence. The jjetiuine i j.e fold only U5KTHKG11K\TKINOOF: PAIV.WouM urn 5> "d., D. H. AMES. January 20, 1S53. 4 3. C. LEWIS. 20 Hhds Sides and Shoulders,

va5L: efficacy, aud is mauufuctuiuJ with the by ts: aui] by our ngun'a! appointed llinri h'iut the you Late jour Sir- S't.lJn.i, l'urt. Iturnt, April 22, 1654. 1G S do Bent Brown Sugar

''< V .-. preittit care, every puuud of th-- Savsaji.it-ilLi/ ] ljt-nj.r South-atttliio p 'hot 11 aHuirnl ta *>l! it. IK-altr: Sc.!0'<, Urui-ti., or ao> otlitr Huuuli bpj.c-J, w5 npcatV -4..pVFRESH lOg Bbls. Extra and Superfine Flour,

\' uh'octed to the strictest cbemiad: tettr, and its get and puielusc-ra geiwially! are rauti>>ned agiin-t: b'n- Uie tbe GARDEN SEEDS Extensive Assortment of 25 do Rtboiled Syrup,
M.\rH'\U KINO OF I'IN.VouiI ,
'- t inenss ascertaintd before being uei aud it oontmus lug of any but our iegul.tr ii.ni!#, otln-i w Ne they \\ ill SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. 23: do Rectified WLi-key,
\ I ynu tr curtd i-f ?call Hci 1. *ti'f Jnl-i". orThi'wt. OttOWTH OF 1S5.5.RUTA 5 do Lard, V
ten times as much Pure Uotiduraa Sarsujiuiilla: a*am be imposed u'nn; with awoithUsaitichSold -. N'iiniViiUrea: **, l.uuPt> s'>. r.t'r or lUng
:!f''V; other ever offered for ale, [ also by I). II. Am -< Unrnaid: t Maxell, A\xrm, >4.t K'ifiiiii. ln; .-' it lt-'sutut4 I Ii4-'S. CuipjiMImid ? P.aija. Flat TurnipCabboijc. Re. t*. Ac.,just T-TEII: V RUST would respectfully call the 10 C.isJwS Carolina Rice,
] ". and ail othrr f"rt-i. rifii'-r dry -ir rui iun 'se '!. D.H.AMES. 2 B xea Tongues
iu Honduras Sar' ful.iha.-
We haT udeavored, George' :- .Xabh .t Co., ; \V. Rogers .1 Son. ChitU- L.L attention of their customers arid friends to the
* *4 f aud IT. Jihu 1.u.X t uxtni'ive -
my fcjjiiu tItI. TJL* kLXLiir u 2 do Maccjiruni.
- Eu 4 ** to th public a Medicine which can be hoocce Gfo. P. Hiltztll. Marianna Jordan A DaxMon. le"elilM-r 24. t
. t : pr.rilla:: to give ; ; and taftcf'd' afsortment of Sprit and Summer do
J*ti A*T J JSf(* *fp* VJ? you i.e rurrUf Iitigs K;il. fanr*', Taiann, Spanish Sugars.
y?>'ir ; ,. to which it is adapted) all that .Mi-diciue c iii do; and Mo'i.tiolf'i.Frbruaiy Ernp'iunii, or any iia. cf thKITI fi.in-1 b\ ini.ur part ofGrnta For ale by BERRY & ROWLEo.I
i-nfiJeut that we have done si'. clea\x j it to the 5. Iri54.; 8 co 1mDR. blil, then ullr Jultu UuilV ff.r'j jnri.it rur-rIIS..y, Black t: Colored Alparea Sa< k ycod common skNSt ofthepevplc to dc-cido inrwvi. I and Ui Kinicf 1'jin ex'cTim'lv: njijiii! ; cut be luor 4 Luotre I
Cvnain than a 1 1 tlli-clunl
an cuir.
it' uovutftAh BAKS\I-JUII.LA zId MACELEBRATED t.pte| } 'a '' CVhmeretle "
: n extract of f Wakulla
:.'-- >; t. Works
the many noitltit *trtuts of u tcui i/i/it< tt DR. JOHN BULL'S ; 5. ii DrapDKu a .a ,

Banaporilla now sold. 'Jhcu )be not deceived. IU- fiHTHQUCOH{ FRIVOII'AL. O FT Iff. f PMIE uiiiI Merino a NKV.-1'OJRT, FLORIDA.
keeps constatitly
.,, rttoGEORGE'S UOXDUltASSARSAPAUILLA) FOll THE CrilE OF SU1TKH1XJ( FEMALES. Finn Cac.. fcrnitT, Uz buoti uttMAI Joils 41Z4'M of the Patent Mtulfic B-iri.d Uae Paletots, THIS E tabi: hiueiit is now in full operation. AH

:j d and you will be rewaidcd by a quick sud t.uyTO cure. ) IA.tl: ;JLLJi, KT. inctitii>iu-d iu the certiticate. Drop D'Fto wiil be attended to with pronptn?, sod
THE L.thIES.-Vuu wiw Mtli, a beautiful jTSTANDSprctiiitv accompanYing ', ( itjjc1 Muarseilles! a all work done! with neatness and dispatch.AH
Irar akin, free from all pimples, blutcLtf, and *Ii.lU. /7 FOR a. Wallace Cloth Frock Coat', kiad of work, such a. Steam Work. Mill Work,
: <* in all th.d' .- OUT11IE: cirin
..,4 : lilies, we eav, abaudou the use ol paiutat.nd uiuti.u-R p-u.-is Chambra S.i"k Gin Iti-aiing. Sugar Mill, Circular Saw Nuetrinery
I and use the'gonine Ut-oigc's Honduras barsapaiilluIt -, ', '=:i--* fT w] !' it i- I). II. AM INsjei.t: Ta.hasee.! Mrjcns. FISK AND RAYMOND SAItP.GTO' April 5lli. Kremlin .. .5 blaftin;, Pullejs! Hangers, PItcgU Castitg. Brz ,
recfjmmiidv Bulled! ,
, I A'ril2. 1S5I.! 17 fm distills tc.: also Sugar Kettles of .ize Inteonstautly
w beautifies the complexion by ictnoung vtiy particle (;StNTi LMINWc: witnt-oied the utility of ornamental Fancy Girgham any v
.' 0 ,. : of morbid or ijtoalAvd uiuttei faoiu the blood i-'iiiui: COM- 1'&t.-nt Metallic P'irial Cifsc."use-j'your Brow'n, White A Col'd Liift. a' as tn burnt All wt-rk done ini"cL: in cstsoliphmfnt -

1,.* %; ,. TOdking it put/imlt/'y uud' tiyi>tonti\u\l\ dmu ingl '., PLAINTS.OfUiow Spring and Summercact1iiiig. th > reiniiini if the Into Hon. Joi.n C. Calhtt.n onvey t->- White and Bn.T Marsh-s Vseats, | will be d. nc by n?, with a pnrticuar! ttgud

,l; *h.l y llow and! diu k couuiuuauoc to tl.e blouiu uud jI arc I'nJai.. I the Ci.ngri' Cemetery, which impressed us with 'a *4 and fnin-y col'd \Velring to the trengtb and durability of the wi rk.
Jmojs It u-ii5 l't-li'! I Brown Limn Competent Workmen always in readiness I taaEnghrts
frt of youth. fl "r 1uUiig
j the bclii-f that it i iii the bi-rt article known f
: medicine iu bottl oiief Lib etc.: ; <.f the w< mbKlu "NJOW rti'-iing. at the well ktionn staira K! A. :I. <.r Black rants ate.
This is put up large the dead to their linal -stine DiapIVEte ,
1 i CLARK 1 13, a fino, orlrmr.t of I Int trampling place.
.a a. I. Terms will be liberal, and all work tTonc strktIvreaz'h
:;r: If VIETUE, is tqual to *ix oj any other eici ina<1f.CAITIO.N. 'I.- \\ or Wljt -s; Chronic, Inflainatioti I With respect we subscribe oiir 'lvn, Y..ur &.e, Elaitigue _
iri'I 1 L"l : VDV-IIAJH: CLOTIII.til.iblc \ .a Mtin'r 5 or actvptfd ord onHrns bueiLe&a fiim in ibis
.-Find the name of Conj tock tt iirutlicton ;Y\ : ; ?1.P. ; Clay, D. It Atchi Ti, Jeff Davi,
,. the and will thts geuuin Ucrg's tutu of the Womb Incxlrhtnl for nnd Sumnur .5 QutecU.' Cloth place Tallahassee or t uiwy.
wrapper, you get ; Spiinij : wtar. compiling b L'wi* &'rte*. A. C. Greene, W. R. Kin .
honduras bHrnapanlu. .C tl'a ,- H-ni.vtili.i--c% : j pal I the foi loving aitK-Ir* : 1,. S. L'lokiin-on, Dan. W -l-Uir ll lsnr', I Io'ge. White a'i.l far-ry Lmrn Drill Pants, Liberal prices paid for old Iron Copper and Bras
be directed to COMSTOCK & :: t'r Finding pMinfulr Hrown and! \\ hit.- Blue and French C'nttonadc! All letters must be addressed> (post paid) tM.H.POND '
: ; : All orders must ; ) NavIrill) Fti-4k A .Sack (. ...atI'uii'y -, J. M. M.s-.n. J. M.f Bt-rrion. W. P. Margt.ra.t .

. ; .::4'I1.l.. BROTHERS, So. 2 St. Peter's Place (icar of Aat ..r"ew _ _ _ _ : ppre.-.uI, <- Ii regular &nd \\ hitc I I.in n l>nl! II-, do d-j ( ..bfr 1. 1S5H. ..0 tf Br"wn and B!<'ttcin-d Jean Dialers, A CO.
lL.ue,) > Yoik., 1'iice fl per bottle, or MX bot .Mcifetriiutioti, AC.. t'loiideil! and \Vliiio Kimk and! Su-k Cot: ( Linen !>"!> tli' for 5. 'ivitli all tin-ir accompanying .'vil lQ. (<*.iKr <-viptcdIno t Stiipt-l and Pl.iin, (;i'izliant'k (Cu-i it#. fit (tif Circuit t'ouit for Jfti'lison County, .lid! (Splits; fashioiiab'e Black Silk Hats

- _- ,' iItK'f 'natt.T how s. vi-re, or of li...\f lon tandin .. P.l'k: and C-.IM I llrap n'.tii .-,/ kuzmI I Kr-K-k Coats, Circuit i-f t/'f! State of J-'lunJa-fjiring Tttni, I Drab Beaver Manufactured Tobacco.

Executors' Notice. Th1 Catholifon far sur1la4.$ otlj.( r i(.tl.tl-4.; in !.. d_,> .1'{ Suninier Cloth do do j Robert J. Bihop auu Chandler)) Black fur Drab) brush and Pearl Hat. JUST RECEIVING a further stock of some 209

>- ,' OIX mouths after date: to-wit; <,n Fiuiay the 2MJ iiv:; UKirecertai'i, less (-x-prii.-iv.>, .-.n-1 h a\in t II.-| M '- W liite and C i..l! Jiil! P.mU, H. Smith, partutrs, uMiig thu | Attachment.iruno Boys BLiek A. f ny eol'd Wool i Fur Kossuth Hats, assorted Manufactured Ttbaeco, at loirr

I: !j 4 ...; day of July next, I shall present to the Coiiit oft tun: itt a )btttt-r condition. Let all pu-.u- iutt n"t- l'aiy: Mar'iiU-s l I"4it', and et)le ol Bishop
. ", 4 Probate, for the Couniv ofGadsden, my account aud j <-d in Hiich a medicine call and obtain a pttnp'it.I : I'.i'Ky C.i>-im.-ro d l<> (Summer wear, S.uilli. vs. j UO 25-IW' Fancy Goods. kets Ntrtli. Trader will do will to examine sairpf

$ -I >ouchers as Executor of the Estate of Reuben H. Hicks, 1 I I (free) containing ample proof, fro n highly! n-K Ribbons of'all Bonnet. White and
deceased, and apply to the .J udge of sxid Court, for a of th) *' happy remit.of its HM.tl.. '-th! r witli F.un'V ant N\ hit 'lr4-illc \-bts, fPHE Dcfoiulaut and all other persona interested, qualities, Cap samples, with prices attached, to any desiring it. A
5. .; .,.- j'I letters from fir\\ clara -d 7ixilor-l Satin Ribbons, Black, White aud Colored credit to let oi will be where

final discharge: of which, all parties; int.etetod, will'pUase expfn plnti'-iui-: \\n, 1.ight Sjn iii ik Vest. J- are required to liko n UccOi the c'rnnleiwrmt-nt April given any quantity
: 'z take notice. BURWELL WILKKS, have nn-d it in their practice, :uid Hik (tout tluir -ALSO( nf this suit, sod to hp|>uar and plead to the duclaratiou Velvet Ribbixn. is required. I). LAlD.y ) .

.' own obeivat'n Itt.RrrUENCES.I'r'f.. A ncral iformrntvf, bled iu said Ladies Dress Goods, ewport, January 21,1S51. S
Executor of R. U. Hivk, deceased.Jaonary 1, SJ.irt Cnlhr. r.l..v,- Cra- cause.
V. : 21. 185*. 6m. 8 DunW. M. I D.. I.tltm! rc MdJ. vats. I H.i-u-ry. lraw ,-I'ndfrrhiitd and othi! i M. WHIT SMITH, Con'isfing in part of
r. On He. M. I). ilt.ru..r.r.-, Md.; P. 15. I'. -k1ant, M"I ir arliclvfe t<-<, nuiiit-nun to nu-nti-. It14 O, M. LKE; Plain aud rrinfcd Embroidered Lawns, Asa May,administrator of Richard))

FAIRBANKS' ). Uti'-a. y. Y : I>. Y. F.UM.. I), t Sua. \. Y' A full a.u'rtti.'nt. of C'l 1'tls. (Vim, V." *, Attorneys for flaintifl'a.MaIiiwinC.IL. Black and 2d Mourning. B. Cole and of Caroline Cole, and in I
reh .ting
M. II. ihll M. 1 I'lain. Printed and broHere'l Organdies his on right, and Margaret M. Cole (
t. >, R. -lfft-r. N' Y.; L D.) llMnm-: whirh Ui* uWiil.er i is pnp.ird t'> in.-inuf.icturc to March It,(April 1.) 1'5l.tim 13 ,
PLATFORM SCALES, M. l D, Canand i<'w. V.V.. W. KM-.*. M. I is., CrtT .''rd&r on the ch"rtt notice, the j\td Black White, and Colored Jaconet. wife of sai-J Ajailay, Complainants, | Ia Chane'rr,
& of N'w 'rot kV., I'n-krott. M. I D, Ccii.t.id., .V. 1 II. St Ic. and! Ijc&t. -siulc ri All m.cppr< i' In ihs Circuit Cviirtj'vr Jfnditoii (County .J..fi''Jl-. Black and! 2-1 Mounting arid Colored Baregcfl, Tf. | in Jefferson

LOTTO Kow-.tvEitEI.v THSTED Puinplilcta! can be had grutia at tho dru,j istoica of C1tthi t! iii., ; will. jw timutat r. in nant of good Circuit t-f the tstttt oJrtotid'1-Jir7If' Jerm lb.4.teorg hiIao Colored, and Embroidered Tuauea, Burwell McBiide.admrnistrator of '. C.-vnty.

-ALWAYS lilGIIT, THE AC- the fvll'jwUj{ Agciit. 3?" Old.-IB from the couutrv attended ; <5 Draper and EIrazer ) Plain and Printed Ilenianiy, Alexander R. Murray. Alvin May I Middle Circuit

!.i1' i? 0\VLEDl.nn STA>'nAKI I). II. AMES. Tnlaha'ep. t\'by A.pri.nply R CLAKKK. I B. Klilndgr, partuti. using I j jtac Black and Cd Mourning and Colored Giaghamsof nd wife, Caroline M. May and the I

IcL: Agents-Xew York. FAIRBANKS A Co.59 Water st. PALMKU: tit u!(iI ;IlKIi i : 3r..|,t c.'llo, Marth is, mr.i. ii j iiumc aud styls oi Dr-p J Attachment. all qualities. children and heirs of Richard 15.Cole,

.. SAMUEL: PULlXro.V 1 di'| I
rm February 25. 1854. -J*---_4m-_ AHEL t OIUFFIX. Apal cli ,UDa. Notice.SIX ei. $754 76-luO.' Colored Parasoli and Para "ltts, j

4-; p Wanted. A. H. U;REX: LEY: Alli iU.r. we<-li after! d.tte, I will apply to the IIon ra- Charles Russell. j jrpHC Black and 2 ;
: DRY HIDES for which thc highest Mar : '- Ifrtt'r\ adlred to Mwr-*. 15< acli .t UrownM.n: 1. W. Civynn. .hu'i! cf Prolate fiT U-n dcfctidunt and ill other persons interested Gloves of nil descriptions, defendant, Burwell McBride, resides &ut the bal! .
.. JL ill ol the commtucuuient of this suit Spring C.pes, Collar and Vbittca, of Florida, it is ordered, that said defendant appear
5000October29. u tare notice
$ ; ket pile* will b 5 paid by Agsits at yeuln-rry C IIi.. C., lKev.. Kt-y. t'! County, for I.ttt-i s .f adni'iiNtrat.ou! on ti,.- e-t.ite of I tI!
.'r' t 1S5S. 43 s. 3. K> IGhlT. S, ifcard, of same fctatc.OUVK. Mary A. lic-zeau, debased, l.ic i.f .1U1 fj..untv. i and requested to appear mid plead U the DoUa Linen Cambric Handkrrrbiefs, and answer the complainant's Bill en rr tefue Cle
first in next otherwise the same *
_ Monday ,
:. ration tiltiU IU bald Saddlery. Ar.gust
--- T1IO.S. J. IT.IiftiyS.
.V :.r.ytt ;
: SrnivGS Jan. 0.16.ri1.). l CHUMM.
Proviileil. f
taken him. a I'T
'. Wanted, MfB rs. Ikini tt flftflWNs \-Sm : I st-nil l for an- May 2i". lv.l. C< M WHIT SMITH, Ladie'a Sad'lle Velvet and Plush -eat. > pi o cnnfetso agaicet
of this order be in pl
"I'r 1 DRYORSALT hIDES for whiththe100 0,hi bottle of Marrhi-i\ JAMES M. BAKhR, Gems Patent Leather Kntanl Saddles published some newspaptr
_>our Ut t< iinc Ca t Ini.,! 'it. '! iw'ntli'
O iehed in the Middle Circuit of FIcru'.s for tour
. : bihes Jiarket price will be paid byQt.tober M}' nife h.ia J l.i'ft afllicted! forloen, y and aa- Copper, Tin, and SheetIronMANUFACTORY. Attorneys for Pl&iDtiQ Spanish nextaoEEED
the said rule in
next preceding day August -
15, 1853. 41 IIEIIttIUST. 'I ii< ty of incan h.n bn reeortcd tuft.r n-licf. but none Mjidf>on C. IL, March 5. (Apnlj.) lb54.Sm_ 13 a. .i .a Tenaeleee ) AT CnAMBERo. J.WAYLES BAKER.

1 WH.1 obtained until I rtet-ived this m'in!! ft Leon lion Works. Ia .4 a' aa
cm County
MONROE HOUSE Ill I !ts intliicncti w-eined alinoft ieal jou. .a Spanish March ((4tb) 11. 1854.4m 10 _fejgf.. !: .
inp tii'reiia
; a p. : .StJ.rilk) r., iif-im tk-uti/urt of Tnl- TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.v iiianif.t. iuij-pivemeut front the day it was takvn. I r1.1r laltiss..c; and 1 th t Patent Leather Quilted Chamci Scat do, PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY
surri.umziliig c'auiztry. I that ri UIlS Establishment is now in full All
As thf- females in operation. Bridle, Riding. Buggy and Carriage
re are a petit .Murtingales
many our Country
f nnHlS well-known hotel having from L i-V uitt now prrp.in-d to funnel, JL
[ paused labtit uod'- th > affliction"f whi cii'.t.j iu.rsIl orders will be attended to with proruptue, and 4c Ac. HARTFORD CONNKOTICUT.
t h Valises ,
Bags ,
JL tug r -'r < y ny medicine it.h ullliiHli! Whips, Carpet
J3J1L the htnd of Mr. E. P. Mtiuie, into iho o of 'lIVan -, ULgN-aalc aud retail, iu their ull woi k doue with ncatueis and
prnp.e a remedy, I feel it a du notice
the to
: the new fropiietor gives
: ; All kimh of work such
: to nil hucb. Cr.olH as steaui Work, Mill Woik,
the public that he i* prfjvue-l to nteitain transient J. B. MAH< HIM
:..jpj., and permanent eQstomers ith the best the houo af Broad -w-York.. as-x-rtmi'iit of Parlor, Cooking, and Wd Stoves, Singling, l'uiU-s 5, H iiijcre, Plough Castings Brass Shot Poucbea, Powder Flaeka and Game Bags.Trunk, prepared favorable terras
way the most
of the latot and their content, on
fords and at reasonable a coat no the times will admit etylc; all trinnnd iu at'th lags
as January I-I. 1S51. 2 dra eomplcta order, Canting, tVc.; ai* Sugitr Ktttlea, of any bize, kept Box. Door and Pad Locks.Cast Steel Spades and Shovels F. H. FLAOG. Agent.
of. Tie house is well supplied with sen antei, audveiy lowest inurU-t f/rw. I'ii-aec' oall! w-1 examine coubtnutly ou hand. All work doinj in such an tstublishimut Collins' Axes, Chisels, Augers, Planes, Cut-nails, Tahla.hassceNovember 5, 185S. 44

, [fi>? convenience to make gue&t
0 ;v the proprietor will spare no pains to pleose those who Japanned Ware, U-id PijHiih.it /.in.-, .Snt.ct Lead to the Hlrengtb and durability of the work. and Dies, Screw Plates Vices, Hoes, Corn Shellers, DR. JOHN P. DUVAL,

; e may favor him with their jat nmag*. An eicfllut SIX mouths from date, the undersigned Executor of Howe-work! R.x.iin0', Fant-y JKudif.r fjutUiii'lutt Competent VVwkmen always in readiueas to Straw Cutters, Gait Plow-point and Sweeps, Trac

.i.j Livery stable adjoins this Hotel. 0. A. BRYAN. Ja't Will and Tefctatnrnt(,John, I IMler.dec..ased, < ring PijK-H- Lop work ofe\try ditcni.tiou done Engines da:. put up Chains, to &c. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.

Tafls.haMo. January JK5 $. I_tf late of Leon County, will present hiu lind acc'rtjutti with utiiUji-f-s lAud di>]>at
FroTIsfon' c. and vomhtit- the Judge ProKitu fm L
40 BBL3. and 20 half bbls,V\ hike/, and January afck f..r 21 a ,diM-harg 1851. Cm.J.! S. ISLKR 3 Execuu.r. Ortol-r 8, 183. -10 trSiiVMGIlT place.jirass. Liberakpnoe S paid for old lion, Copper and Old Rye Whiskey. Rectified Wbuskej.Snuff.Gin Rum, Insolvent Estate Notice.
Tobacco Cigars.

,. ..4 2& casks do. Bacon Sbouldern sides, Administrator's Notice.5 DAGUtRREA.V) GALLERY, All letters must addressed (post paid) to Candlesand'Soap.Wine Sbetrv and. Madeira With a variety of other articles STATE Madison OF FLORIDA Countv. )f .1

c J. M. SHINE: i CO.. TallftkMssee. Fla. too tr insert here.
Bbls. Mess Poik. administra0f
; DKL'O) OliN H. PATThBSON ex-cfficio
: 100 do. Flour month, from d-tte, the undersigned Adwinitra- STOKE. March 11, 1b54. Iu Tallahassee, March 18, 1854. 11 T filet
,If SIX Hisul/.ciibtTH: Hugh Armstrong deceased, baring this day
; on the eMate of | repeeIfu1ly nniiouuce to the Ladies
leh-r dweaM-d late of -
3 Caks Wbifkcy Mary -
anti gcntlcuifu of ) Lime Lime !11! in the Probate Olfi* of twiJ Cour.ty a wr.tt DJgiJ
fcir."i 100' Bufchels Com Lnrd. Oil 4-c.. foi si1. bv, Jxn County, \nll present his final i-riunt and vouchers ; and vk-iudy Blank Books Paper Stationery believes .ud stat to be insolvent:
that their is gestiou that be
t< the Gallery open daily fir tle of CASKS fresh lime .
McNAUtiilT40KMOM>. > Judge of Probate for L .n County, and urk rt.ci.ptiu 9 landing per tcbr.ilag Tlt all havioS
for .- viMtors, StindavH cxetpted. Minitttuutakrii allbJza ..- .. nob and for PRESSES PRINTING &c. It 15 Ihtrejo're vdrtd
a tf
March II.I 18M. Iu dicharg J. s. ISLKR, Admii tTat.*. COPYING do and file tU waaaii
aud Its claims said estate appear
.t\ of the IMt. IJl1lic against
-_ January VI!1, 1P51. 6m. 3 nu.l gcutUuieu are McNAUGHT A ORMOND. RICH &. LOUTREL authenticated m the roannrt
luxitcd to call and examine their > the ofiwe
Lands for Bale.V sptrchnwr.s. iuwportMarch 11. 16'4. 10Notice. of *,
Valuable the ltl
before Augua
- .; N. B. Instnictn.ru, given i.i tho art, and all kinds of 01; WILLIAM ST., NEW YORE CITV.rj prescribed bj law.on or day
;?' ANY of the lands belonging to the estate of Henry Notice. Daguerreau muteriaU fur sule. U YERS will consult their interest by examining our \o 185*, ALEX. MCDONALD. .
deceased, may be treated for jnivalely, byi'j'hoation month* afl r dAt< I sloth ll .. final Feb.-1, 1S5-t. 5 6ni Judge of Prolate.
S JIX pr -nt my ac. KUIISS t BAILEY. weeks after data I shall make application to extensive stock, which wo oiler at the LO w EST ,- ---
of the Executor SIX -
eithti -
to and vouchers
count to ttu-Hon
>>rubkJuilgc Probate FebruaryflISSL C POSSIBLE PRICES.
Executrix \yMONTICELLO Commissioner of Pensions for Duplicate of :Bank:
MARTHA, GEE. Jcifcrnnn, C-ounty, as executor of Paul Tumor, -- -V Lund Warrant No. 42914 for 40 acres issued in favor ACCOCTNT BOOK FACTORY. Books mad to at New Port. Florida.

M C.It. 11.K. cAI.I luPU\T, bite of itaid County deceased, and a>.k fur a disinisMou HOTEIi.AIT. of Gideon Morris, Georgia Volunteers, Captain Waley's pattern, paged and printed beads, in every style re AGENCY McS AUGflT ANewport. oO5lU
and discharge an such executor. JOHN
ULMKlt. Company, the been mailed to me quired. Also n large stock ou band, suitable for 14.1851.Cheap .
Texiiary 18, 1654. 7 #ni [Sentinel! Jefferson County. Feb. 4, 1861. 5 NEWMAN laving clow samo having January
his Hotel, from New York, and lost ou UH way her*. BANKS. INSURANCE and other Companies,MERCHANTS -V

MILES NASH &, CO. ___ uuil l tho bubucribcr having purchased and JOHN M. SMITH. ,Courts, tc.; also iu large quantities for the Goods.
; Notice. tilted up that large and omimodinun Uriek Building May 27. 1854. 21 NORTH, WEST and SOUTH TRADE. Subscribers contemPt

tt Dealers In Drugs; Medicines, &c4, South of the Court Hoiite, formerly occupie.l an a Tarem WRITING PAPERS. Cap, LetUr, Note and IfUE a new arrangement in tk*

- o, inform their friend and the public that T TIE undersigned having engaged the f prices of a by Mr. Goodbread, and known then an the Banner Specie Specie Specie Ledger Paper*, from the bestililla in the U.S. FOREIGN PdP4b business-as makes it neet-ssarj *
; : Tutor for his children, is to
WOULD competent willing re- House takes this method of
,q hand good infornmuj the public that sale 8. S. KNIGHT. PAPERS, TISSUE, DRAWING, WRITING of their stock of Goods. Tb'consists '
ou a assortment of such male and female by dispose present
4 t rtveigbt or ten pupils, ( ,) u> U.ard he has converted the said building juto FOR
. artistes as Are ieridly kept in their line hubtneoA, iu his for the Una of ten nnijtlis a Hotel, and li. 1854. 8 COLORED,is. ol & good supply of Watches ol every
;:, family: commencing respectfully w.licits H share 4.f
and will be rce ving regulai! 1 Lt% i supplies. Their i public patronage. No STATIONERY. Fancy and Staple Goods, a most tion, Jewelry, Fancy Goods, Cuthrv, GUM,
1st. For further particulars to
terms shall be reasonable.Tallahasset. April applv pains or expense will be sparod to render those comfort P. B. BROKAW'SLIVElY extensive and complete assortment Envelope, Card, Ware, and numerous other articles, Vnich they p1
4% : April ?tlt.1P6L 14 February 26, 1854. GREEN CUAIRES. able whit may viait his boiwe. The well knowp, LIT- luks. Gold Pent and Pencils, &te l Pens, Ac thenjself to sell to cah cnt.'mers itdnwd grettl W

11 cry Stables, formerly kept by Capt Newrnwi,are con ASU SILK $ST1BLKS DIARIES FOR 1854. Time and Worm Books price TOWLE
Negroes for Bale. S. W. BAKER, ncctedvith the UotuL E. E. BLACKBUEN. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.Ptaprietor Tariff of the U. S., Interest Advance, Discount Eiahaog April 15, 1854. IS
:: j M out iccllo, December 24, 1653. 5} book for the Counting Room
LIKELY MAN, aboat! years of ace. and a ATTORNLY AT LAW, U IPSrPHE ,and other useful

i' 1 Woman about 12 yearf, with bet four childrefl. MOVTICKLLO. JEFFERSON COUNTY FLA. would inJ. Job Printing of Cheap Cards, Bill Head, Labels Notice.LL .
MEDICAL NOTICE form his friends and the Cases. Points, ic. the tstit
; For terms, At, o/ F. H. FLAGG. Checks. Law .4 persons having demands against
: April IS. 1654.esquire 15 Match 18, 1854. II $..s.D ..- public, that be has rebuilt _ 'LITHOGRAPHY AND ENGRAVING. Boods. A. of Frederick R. Grea, deceased, late of Le"

I r1 ItS. WM. F. ROBERTSON t J. 'r. EPPES luj huge brwk Stublts,-at the old Maud, aud w now Stocks, Certificate*.Bills Exchange, Die*cut, Cards, County, must present Uiem to the underaif ea Wllh'S'

Notice.SIX Negroes for Sale. having located in Tallahassee, and associated prepared to Mcommodate bit friends &od euttomcrs. and Envelopes embossed in the best styles the time prescribed by law.or ibis M twe w.u. win

S' : months after data the undersigned administra 1 LIKELY man, good Turpentine hand themselves together in the practice of Medicine ulfer lie also baa JUUciad to bit Stables, a good blacksmith tW, The Trade, Country Merchants and Dealers pTea1ed W of their recovery ;'"Jue all persefli Udebteti

of the estate of John G. RawTs. deceased, lute 1 a. fidld liand, their Professional services to the public. Shop, &cr ltwtll h&Ta don all kind oPUnUitioo applied at low price, in quantities to suit Buyers. requested to make taVD5flt immetint'1TiL

i I fit On'bden County, vrlljpres nt bf-r tanul account and 1 boy U ymtold, pknih; well, tiy" Ofticeover the Store of Meunni'BettonA IHr*? xrork.Uon* &bo 9g, und Carriage woikioi rapOrd js by Mail executed with promptness. F BLOCKER.

I Touchers to tbc Judge of Probate of said County, and 1 (I in. 17 field hand.i JU-kideuce of Dr. RoberUon at. the 1'aifc.naT. Of tbe the.Tery but maootr sad with "ptm uiM and RICh A LOUTttEL, 61 Willii.m t. N. Y.. Sheriff. and Ex officfe Admiui6KIt0Ms7

ask to b'i discharged. ELIZABETH RAW Trttims caili i, or Xcw \'ek acceptance. EPISCOPal Church. WM. F. Rorjo', diipatct.Soinimb.t. Jnprtii and .tta ifactunn Slationni. 13,18i. 81T1Iiwj
Jilorch 18, IfcCl. H 6"i AdmiuikUutiix, Apii1j 1861 13 fl b. K IOHT. Jao.JP/31. e r4 J. W. LITI31 A, 1853. U jril 1551. 12 &d S