The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: July 8, 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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-IMPROVEMENT-OF TItE tfAVY. flourishing commerce in distant seas, but enable ple upon earth the honor of our flag might cause we were also sustaining, and which. perhaps, the liberties, of wife- children and Reervedadmira1s- .............48 Ijtei 4r

SPEECH OF you to reach and annoy the enemy, and safely be intrusted to the Nax-y. had gazed with folded arm upon the nneqnal friends are in every blow, and jou will have Retired admirals...uj 1\.. o-
will give to defense its greatest efficiency by Sir, in ono hour after his official notice of contest, anticipating our Itruetion-Jielded done all that human wisdom do to render Retired Captains f .T.........226Retired r.-:..
S. R. MALLORY can comtnand I ,.........................*.07Retired 'L'
IION meeting danger at a distance from home. It the declaration of the war of the 18th June, its astonishment and admiration. Even him Invincible. This I deem sufficient in lieutenants...... .....'*J37 l1.lit fa.
20 185-1 is impossible, by any line of fortifications,to 1812, Commodore Rodgers, with his squad Great Britain, when she found her merchants refutation of a position which would result ...t

or n-owpA' r.i THE fiEXATKThe JtXE guard every point from attack against a hostile ron at New York, was under weigh. With complaining of the countless tons of shipping if adopted| in reducing the naval officer to the Total....-................-............1.1:1 ./ I

Senate having under consideration the force advancing from the ocean and selecting his own hand he fired the first gun of the war, dtstroyed or captured, her insurance policies condition of a wandering Arab. The mighty ocean catties which our officers 2.: :,

J3i11 /or the improvement the Naval Sere Is object, but they are indispensableto which, ominous of success, struck the enemy, commanding exorbitant premiums, her West The first sectiojij-reates the grade or flag control constructed as they are of variant ,':';
protect cities from bombardment; dockyards arid the triumphs followed in quick succession Indian trade cut up, her whalemen nearly annihilated officer, and limits its number to twenty. The materials* of unequal strength and durability

: f'- and navy arsenals from destruction ; to not only cheered and animated our own and her ship* of war sunk in equal propriety of this measure is apparent to everyI require frequent examination and re "150pair ; "

Mr. MALLORY said: I give shelter to merchant vessels in time of people, and awakened a public spirit of confidence contest, no longer spoke, through her public I I Senator who has given much attention to the to preserve them in the highest comli- "t.

Mr.! President\ :I am very glad that my friend war, and to single ships or weaker squadronswhen and enthusiasm hitherto unknown, bur i prints, of our "boards nailed together for I intercourse of our naval men with those of tion of efficiency; and thus Limo personuel'of .;.'

from Virginia has made these remarks, because pressed by superior force." did more to elevate our character abroad I xhips, sailing under a bit of striped bu ling ;" foreign services ; and who will not hesitateto tbe Navy composed as it is. of every variety ;"f'

they render the explanation' which I Such,sir, were the dews of these illustrious and enforce respect to our just pretensionsthan but with that noble instinct which ever impels -I 'acknowledge that their usefulness! must always of mind,character and qualification, modified :_:

xvas prepared to give, more pertinent and men ; and let us see how the actual condition we can now readily understand. No I the Briton's heart to do justice to the be more or less modified by their ability by age, experience, length of service and .;. :

proper; and I should dislike to see the bill of our naval service accords with single combat on land or sea ever produced couragejind conduct of a gallant foo who I to mingle with and meet them npon equal physical ability. require thorough scrutiny to .: ,.1' _

pass without! securing for itself not only his them.Naval happier results to : just cause than did the stands squarnly up to the fight, she too confessed I terms in all official intercourse. Foreign ser- discriminate between the useful and the worthless ..J'.i. ..

approbation, but that of every member of the strength (or weakness,) from the ,action between tho Constitution and Gor.riere. and admired tho true character of our vices have: several grades, higher in official ; and this scrutiny must be instituted 'k '

Sen at. character and design of the service, is altogether Navy, finding sornr* balm for her wounded I rank than our grade ofcaptain, t-ach of which ; periodically,or a& circumstances may dictate );.. -

The bill comes before this body at so latea I c---- relative' and must ever be measured bv W Our inability to cope with Britain upo the pride in the declaration! that if sho bad sustained -: has appropriate flag, designation! rights, -r".

period of the session that it is incumbent on that of its probable adversaries ; and in determining sea had been regarded as an axiom that it defeat, it took- her own children to accomplish and privileges ; and although .\ I am aware, sir, that t era are those who -4',006

the committee to explain the delay, and to\ what the condition and strength of our was folly to question. I wa"commonly said it. I captain in command of a squadron, holds a oppose tho rotlrvntMtt of .naval or miil-UT -, .
show that it has not been unmindful of the im- service should be, we have first to ascertain that France built and equipped ships and From the war of 1S12 to the present moment -I position equivalent to that of a British French officers upon pay, in all and every form; those '.(

I'ortantdulies'eoroh"ed upon it At an early day \ those of the only naval Powers whose abilityto sent them to sea only to fall into the handsof there is no sea on the globe visited by f Russian, Dutch or Spanish admiral-for it who would tax the brains and the sinews! :rI

of the session, as early as Fehaul\ry last, it had contend with us upon the sea is unques. England, and that we should profit by her our commerce, that has not witnessed the is the highest grado known to his service : their fellows for a bate 8i5tenee.just as .'tt

a conference with the corresponding commit tioned. example ; and henco we see that from the reduction services of our naval officers in the protection I still it is ever found difficult,.and cften impossible long as the limited powers of nature would :.i'-.

tee of the House, and with the Secretary of Perhaps the following comparative view of the navy in 1801 to the war of of the life and property of our people. Educated to obtain a recognition of such equality enable them to bo worked and, when worn ,.,* : .
the Navy. The result of that conference may best illustrate the relative force of our 1812, during which, period scarcely a day and trained for war, still their noblest in those particulars! which military ofiicer.is out, and no longer able to labor for the country .

was an agreeme-t upon certain important Navy in 1S4G, (see Sen. Doc. 187,20th Cong., passed without some insolent violation of our conquests are achieved in times of peaco;-I not permitted to disregard ; and painful I or to sustain themselves turn them adrilt ... .

principles) and upon many details ofathorvugli 1st sess..) before the three great Powers of neutral ri"ht not a single frigate was addedto and as pacificators, negotiators of treaties, I I embarrassment" really impairing the useful- to beg or starve. I envy not tho humanity (" .

naval organization. The Senate had, Europe had put in commission many of their our Navy : and it is questionable whetherit and protectors of our citizens and commercein ness of the service, have been, and must con- the justice, of any gentleman entertaining ,

at ;its previous sdbsiun, passed a bill for the I ships, which have since been sent to sea : was as efficient as it had been in the Tripolitan distant seas, oar naval men are constantly tinue to be, the frequent.result such views. If practiced upon, it is easy to :. .'

crgankatiun: of the Navy which had gone to Great BiiUu'u, fur every 100,000 tons of war. .. called upon;o perform! duties of national moment -I We sre all familiar with the ntntical title foresee too effects Upon the Navr. and to t
the House and was'thero lost. Expediency : commerce,had ntl..ataud efficient . .588 guns. It seems that the Administration relied bnthitle II tvery American naval ofncer of rank'I of commodore ; a title which is unrecognizedby understand the class of men who would seek ':'
Fraueelid..1.4,3: it in the contemplated struggle who has performed his. duo routine -of sea'' its The ; ,
dictate that to wear livery. faithful demotion
therefore seemeij' to on occasion Russia.. ... .. .. .. ... .. ... .. .. .. 2.4CC upon ) Ja.anJ which we hare borrowed from of ." .
when will undertake
; the should emanate from the And the Uuittsd states hau Lut.17 with Great Britain : for war was do- scr'icpI to say, could furnish | thp British service, where it is applied to temporary youth, manbood, and all the useful years of .
IIou.-eand, the able accomplished chair' : The British has at cared, not only were our few ships so scat from b.o own experience in .tl.' CC* of the. commands only, and never MgninVs life to his country's service fer a met e support '
no periodbeen so to be unable to net promptly and kind alluded to, of which are of public of tho of .
man of the Committee on Naval Affairs there] formidable at this moment will as many : more than! a captain temporarily in command deprived opportunity providing for ;
as as if
[Plr. BOCOCK] undertook to bring it forward. from a glance at Steel's list of the appear Navy vigorously against the enemies' commerce before notoriety, and others are only known to the,. of more than his single ship. his declining years, imposes upon the country .,
Circumstances, however, which I am not able Royal it should have had knowledge of bostili-j files of ihe Stato or Navy Department. Corn- j tha duty of sustaining bIke old age of the
for 18:3. It is stated at 815 clTective Th designation of ilag-officer, it is be '. .
to explain, but which arose perhaps as much j i> ties, but there can be lillle doubt that modorc McCauly, .it Valparaiso in 1851 ; ;iI ., naval servant. '.' rBut '
under the rules of the House as from the, of ships the, mounting heaviest character 13,754 guns Tho, many list of them determined to dismantle our shirs and retain \I Commodore Downs/at Qualla Batou ; Commodore lict'cu'il obviate a'.l: uncertainty and em sir my friead from Virginia [3Ir. 7 1
of and servicesthe
; barrassment to
pressing character of the business which has screw them in port, and that this policy was only Jones, at the -ari'l\Viet. Lhis i< ; convey. foreign HuxTun] desires me ,explain: why the bill ,
U of PJO! idea of qui..tont the
steamers gives: guns ; 1 of 101 a grade o to highestof
averted by the interposition and earnest arguments Commodore Reid at Canton 11sm.; when provides for the well "
so long and earnestly] engrossed its attention, I J' permament furlough, as -
5 ot III) 12 of bU 8 of 50 their
guns; guns ; guus; own. .
have deferred the introduction of that bill mi. and representations of two naval the American and other foreign residentswere as for the retirement of officers ; and he fears
to 70 guus ; G of ill to 40 guns. it for the sir barricaded in their houses, amidst a -!.I I The eccond Eecton: of the bill, the on2 to that tho former .
til within day or two ; and as yet I have The icreu.liteamersill of ( fcers.Happ was country, general : mon placed upon maybe
not been ablo to get a of it course completion policy was averted; for had our ships- I popular tumult, and all illtl'coursc'td which the honorable Senator from Virginia regarded as having a slight cast upon them \ ,;i
Under these circumatancesyour copy committee,* were : 3 of 100 to 120 guus ; 6 of UU guus ; I instead of that bold ali duelling: career upon !I I trade with the Chinese were suspended ; and has adverted, provides for the appointment of The motive of the committee in framing this e '. .

unwilling to permit the session a in cloeith I 3 of SO guns ; 1 of 50 guns. I the sea which won the admiration even of Commander! (;Iynn, at Japan, in the recovery midshipmen.: I will say here, 31 Ir. President, provision, was to draw a distinct line of ..i
The application\ of the screw to the ordi- I from in explanation, that in IS'l'J!, if I remember
of fifteen American
out an to obtain some legislative action their gallant foes-been ignorilicsl.dis.: seamen long demarkation betweenthe gallant old seaman .:.
attempt uary ship of the line, giving her an auxiliary 'I I rendered correctly,'midshipmen were regulaily! distributed .
where so much is manifestly t mantled: and moored under the guns of our painful captivit-am important whose soul is still in his profession, whoso '.' .
has deemed it to bring forward necessaiy this speed of from four to seven knots, is the ; fnrts, and suffered to rot in cowardly inaction,j t services, which were acknowledged by the among congressional districts of the hoart baata bat fW.lilt> COUnUj, bat irlve, by --I
propre '. salient improvement where the British have at the time. And,sir, at this mo- United States. That is, it was dir'ected that faithful, and honorable service '
brief bill embracing a few provisions, and the moral power awakened hits achie'e.lelti country very long or by : '\
excelled the French. Even wbile0 should be taken from each district in '
are is reaching us that another they wounds disease contracted in the activo :
deemed of and the vast resources of our country merit, intelligence or _
only as are special momentto
writing, we learn that the Cressgun -, a ninety- in the execution of rotation, as justly as possible! as appointees his .
the service. They have been prepared miler driven as a naval: power, might still have remained energetic ofiicer a most discharge of duty, is disqualified for further ; '
< the eye and with the aid of the :cere' ; ship of. the Baltic. Ueet. wa. ,. from. j undeveloped. I important and: peaceful mia-sion.,has impic3cd: to the Academy might be wanted.' This ,service,.and the man who has uniformly '. .. 4
nrJ uer moorings, and only san'd.trom. going na'ional character the rulers 01 Japan -' went on for sometime, until the members} of contrived to evade his .
of the Navy, whose general concurrence in I Sir, so'me of the naval men who figured in our upon and ingeniously s?$
them I feel at liberty to state. They by 110I11l'ans i ashore on the Swedish coast, by her s.crew.t your Tripoli tan war, anti in the war of l l'412, and opened American enterprise a the House of Representatives finding, as they duties, aod-devolved them upon others; who ;'
Some iJea of the formMable Old has vainly supposed, or as 1 understood they supposed, .
embrace all which the service requires still adorn the service, linking it with its 1)at t trade for which the tVorld has succeeded by political influence, or other :.0:0..
; ( the British Navy may be obtained by a glance j i i for centuries.I that Congress, in giving the appointments of lo-which noble should .
but I am convinced that much .improvement glories, and their own deeds and renown ; struggled two I resorts profession ..
must l he the work of time anJ detaiL Among at the following force, which sailed from :pit. men who, that forms the s illul, bold, :': I have deemed it I but just to the l Navy toi r midshipmen to tho districts, designed that I be a stranger, in passing the best oi bis days '. : -
bead on the lltK of April last, anti which to:1 thus brieily, at its they should be made upon the recotnmenda- the in short who has become .
oilier features which the committee of both 1 and he unite rare capacity and i ijudgement i I advert, even though great upon shore; man, r. '
'SH .wv-%:.o_'-I'-_._-- __*.._._*' C.I .constitutos.... only) the firtt division of the Baltic tli ripened. but by ; I I public services, and iU important agency in l tiou of the Representative from ihe district, unserviceable his own QU worthy ; -*
unimpairEc .. __:_ :..: ... ..nIsm..I; fli-ir. : picked to bill, a .. .
on appropriation
labliaiirn of the relative rank of the Ec\'erl.l.1 1prados i whose .- :' creating .' .A an protis-I conduct, or who never had any merit.
._ 'Vl''tv
of the ssrvice. The committee, of the I Sl'BiW' I.r\E-Or -- courage men uuuu tue country n ...., !._*suUy tIn" ,,'I .icier. ,,ut, ai, Jet me here state what must. :, ion that vh.en a midshipman went to 1 concede to life .Senator from Virginia '.

House i- in possession of its deaiN: and I BIjl',; trim, "'en. JL J' any naval emergency.Sir i I I"l evident to all who will look at its past''I I cad m'y, uir9Smd go there upon the recommendation that placing an officer upon peruuiocnt fur .
TLf' flllk" \Vellin-jfnn. 1100 780 such make themselves the history, that not 0111the maintenance of the of the Representative of the dis- ., .
will be this men
Lust they engrafted upon bill, beLoving Tiie Kturnl Ce! property | lough would be a slight ; and J .maintain that :
Mir: I''O VUO( 4vO'ILc
] as I 410 I that they are geuerilitac'e. St.:Jean .L\c.e..j lul l uo Con of the nation ; and 1 feel that in my place character, and e.->i>rti ilit corps of the Navy,. i trict only. I II the country should not place the two classes ', J.

tilile: and that thoy will have beneficial: influence The I'riJct:8 1oat..t'i fe.lo 4(,y here, I can speak l;justly as I can impartially bat, its mcra existence; has been due, not so j I, among others, disapproved that provision : of men lo which 1 have thus adverted Upon : .

upon-the intcrcour e, and consequentlv The Cre.s'v..u 750 400 of Stewart aud of Morris, i\ing never : muck to our l legislation i as to the Navy itself.TbouyL : i :lit the time. I did not believe that the power the same level 1.in her public estimation ; and -t.4I -
The K.luiU.ru} . .. .. .) ] .
upon' the efficiency of the \\hole corps.-- seen one j,rsolll trust that my friend will .recognize Jhe distinction 4.
It sim to bs no less expedient-than: just, that The Tue Iilwheiw.o liogue..C;) COO COO 460 450TueAjax acquaintance with the ether, and looking at June, Eohttle{ confidence had Congress :in the Lu taken from the Executive i d<' not and the necessity of preserving :f.," : ;

t'.iu' rights and privileges, no less than the duties .54 COO 450 our public records alone, TO Stewart's per ability of the Navy to sustain itself, that behexe it iiov.-. Hut it seems that a largtr .it. .. ,..?

of every officer should be clearly defined. The linperieuie.51; 500 SCO( I sonal aud earuest_ .intercession. with the. American nothing of moment was done fur it throughout majority in tc House of Representatives tauia The nece-slty: for retiring officers will:; ':.
1 The KurvaliM' .. .. u .. .51 530 4OO Cabinet ia Ibli, uo less ll:1- to his- brilliant !- out tear ; and from that! day to the present \' thij! stat of things, mIlt upon rejection with much force from an examination 04- /.:
additions be| The Anvgaut.47 450 SCO and matchless coolness duiing hour it has alwr.ys been fuund necessary t I have considered that, as the Representative appear where .
Though man} important might The ArnjJJuu .:$-1 :2o rio courage ,I of our Naval Register, so many of tho i. .
mb; to this bill, the committee! did not sup- The Dauiitlesi: .S3 30! 250 the war-more th:1 to any living man-doM'e for naval men tc demonstrate, from fact to : of the district la the organ through whichits older .officers are ehown to be unemploTed ;.
in the character which fact, its ability to maintain the honor of tin people best make thtir wishes known : .
judgment owe
p )se that it contained a single provision ha. PADDLE-WHLES. my I may on shore, receiving large pay while thei> .
bio the service won ; and whether we country, and to apply the means intrusted to we have a chance, perhaps getting a better their .
to fcerious oLj >cLicn. Jt aims only at the Leopard..i S CP.O, regard 1 juniors are performing appropriate duties ;:
improvement of tho jtcrsonel of the service ; i I''T.irugmn..6 2.)'0 500 Morris in a baud-to-hand struggle: with the it properly, before Congress would confide'to class youths in the service fy permit- afloat upon less pay. A principle which ,

n'.'! dfpond upon it, sir, that if the present: 'The Vn.uioui:. ; V20 4"0 Tripolitan; gun-boats, or as one: of the forlorn I it tin necessary means.IleaJy ting the Representatives to appoint them should never be lost sight oi is, that as tho J' :.

tale: of things is permitted to continue, while Tutl: 17; *Uip'-1017 guns-V870 uieu-7570Lorao hope so gallantly led by Decatur, and the as we have been to legislate, Rnd :( than we should have if the appointment were importance the hazard, and responsibilities .4i.
the naval Powers of the Old World are straining ])ower. first to reach the dock of the Philadelphia: or I somet'mes legislate unduly, for all other, intrusted to Executive patronage at large .of naval enterprises increase, the chances of i* !

every ncrvo to attain the highest state of I' 1 will net institute 0 comparison between. as the Executive officer of the Constitution, : impomni public interests, the Navy seems to it multiplies watchfulness and the means of I obtaining the necessary talent, energy, character '**.... !

naval efficiency, we may build! and equip the our lara force Iud those of the maritime who, in her memorable action with the Gucrlicre have 'Ecaped our attention; and the consequence 1 getting a better cadet from each congression- I. and ability, should also increase. But i'-r, '::.

iiacst ships that foat, but the time will come ) Europe. I design only to state lashed the enemy's ship to. his own, we : is, that, with a corps of officers great ': al district ; and, sir, the rule has worked our system produces results the very opposite ; -. .' .i.s

when their guns will but slrve.to salute thej enough how that tbe suoject is fruitful in cannot but regard him as a man whose rare'': er in number and! eminently superior in mental !I sometimes in this way: In some particular 'I i and the longer a man has been ia tue service t. .'.'

ttiumphs of their adversaries. Sir, I will not\ suggestions of the gravest national consequence. merit has enabled him, to car'eout of every j 1 trahing and culture to those of the war district live son of indigent parents displays the more do his chances for such com tV! '
the lime of tbe Senate with I i* not our interest, it has never him honor 1Sl 12 and I to them in zealou1 I'!peculiar he becomes distinguished .
occupy : remarks]\ re'ponsihBt.dcwh'ed upon ,.an of fully equal precocity; mands increase. I do not wish i to be under' t-.4. _
of my"own upon the policy and national im : been our policy to maintain an expensive naval country, a leaf upon her records devotion! to the flag, our Navy is far less effi- ;, by studious habits and gives evidence of aptitude stood as indicating that inability! to coramasd : _. .

portanco of sustaining and fostering thisgreat ] establishment; but I submit to the con for his own fame. And who does not see ciert at th3 moment, in comparison with : for sea service. A generous community is ths necessary consequence of age'; .for Iconscientiously -J: ". '

branch of the public service; but it may .' sideration tion of the of this bod. whether the condi., with pleasure these men still maintaining their thoz of Great Britain and France, than it...1 i comes forward and unanimously: gives believe that we have old j-ost .. _,.: ;..;

not ho unprofitable recur to the counsels1which ''I late Navy, b)the ecre.tr. [daces at the bead of their profession, per :\ wasto the Navy of Great: Britain at the close I up it3 preference for others, and asks the appointment captains who would adorn any serve, ar.d : t'\'
the fathers of the Republic have solemnly report, is adequate the wants, for that the Naval Academy. ,
forming its active, duties wilh warm hearts, of tlat war. I youth to who are equal to any naval emergency; anti '.' >
: rind impressively: left us, under circumstances .'I or of the consistent with But the heuor and character, zealous industry, and unclouded intellects ? I It saying tin?, I do not refer to our ships, Under ordinary circumstances such a that we have lieutenants who -coc'd' hardly 4Hip :

which give them peculiar interest.-I occasion country. sir, in rising upon this In this brief mention of these gentlemen I norto officers or men as individuals! but to :I youth would not be chosen lie would have put a ship in staj-s, or conduct hex.routine of ;
Washington t in h>a eighth annual in to speak for tho Navy, I designednot trust it is I I chance of to the Academy
ssag(, unnecessary for me to disclaim anyinvidious thecorps as an organization. Our ships our scarcely a going duty twenty-four hours. ; 'I'IV'i
reference to'the Navy: says : to refer at any length to its tships, its ord- discrimination against others. 1 unhance, and our naval officers, as individ- I 1 when political interests constitute the only regard seniority of rank ns the oolj- and c. ;

To an active; external"commerce, the pro- nance: or any of its material ; for legislation; cite them not exceptions to, but rather. as 1 ixV: : are equal to any upon earth; but Con- '!! element by which he could approach the Ex- the rightful element in naval promotion and t
ction of *' naval force i is upon these points is not contemplated by the I of those !I ecufive Thus under the woiking of ;
0. indispensable.Tliis types gallant spirits who freely shed I 'rl'S has failed to array and organise these power. Heaven forbid that under oar institutions I .
i ii manifest with regard to ware in which I bill ; but I came here to speak of its soul, its their blood to sustain the boner of the coun- >:lements; in the most j judiciocs and efficient.: this clause in the appropriation, I have should ever see thIS prmCJjIe; surrenderedbutiu ..;' ,&::': .

a State itself js a party. Hut, beside ibis, spirit, by which the service moves and has i try in the war of 1812, while thousand- of I manner. I will now, sir, briefly state the.: no doubt the Academy is much better supPlied saying this, I say, at the saur.e time, ;that '\.17..: ; ,,. .
its .t
it is in our own experience that tbe most sin- being; and for these-for the men who I their countrymen iu security at home were \irovisions of the bill reported by the comnnilte I I with the requisite talent than it otberu tin! Navy should be rigjdly and scrutinized j'
is not sufficient sustain your flag, and represent spirit it. isc would be. This bill amend- frequently .f iiz
your denouncing an
cere neutrality a guard a- and the objc'ctsh"b they are designed proposes and that retirement and the Executive's J.". i
cainst the depradetiocs of nations at war.- upon tho sea, who hold their lives in their 1 Sir, we cannot at this day, rcvievthe declaration ad expected to accomplish ; and in doingI I i ment to this manner of appointment. Wo : power to furlough arid dismiss must.bo : r' i

To; secure rcsjxct to a neutral flag requires a their hands: whenever her-interests or lh, honor of of war of iyi2 without regarding it I 9, I will frankly ?r.ill. the first place! that,i i\ find that, iu the present condition of the Navy promptly nsed, to ihe endtltat every commissioned ,i .: .
iwralforcc, organized and ready to vindicate country their sacrifice : who, as one of the most heroic acts of any aire.We .-. tbugh it reduces the aggregate number of I thero are too many midshipmen; the Academy officer shall 6c fully competent for all'z

it from iusult cud aggression. This may from Decatur, Souiors, Wadswortb, and Israel made it against greater odds thati opposed I olicers now in tho grades of captains and I II is becoming crowded, aud in a short and every duty ichich the. country,may dewhevpcn i .1

prevent; even the necessity' of going to war, by to Stewart, Stockton Morris, and lugra- Napoleon when Europe was nr'cdI I eaunianders by seven, the committee does time they will have to be reduced to perhaps him.M. 1 -'
powers ) arms againsl ; our foo had annihilated Dtdoem it expedient I W
'. su violations of the rights the neue growth,jour glory, arid your greatness-for his gigantic when Duncan I beyond .tl 3. I I This amendment does not, as the Senator br seniority ; bat familyrank. connection : ri
these sir'in behalf of the. ua\'ies. at jades confer the appointment wealth favoritism .permitted to have 3. lSI
"tral) part as may first or last leave DO other committee, do I invoke Carnperdown ; Howe on the 1st of June, based, perhaps, upon a partial from Virginia supposes i or are
Tbohe considerationsiuvite the United your action Complaints made I of tue officers on Congress, but it gives I I their due influence: and a vnatii of small ex- Z-t .r-. ,:
option. 1791 ; Nelson at the Nile; Cochran in Basque kwiwledco of the, Nvy; are frequently. ., ti! '
I Suites to look to cuoausaud to set about Aud, sir, disposed, as this body ever i ia;, to Roads; Parker Copenhagen, and Nelson tIiLa certain Dumber of- these- olticers J5 Ill-I to Senatars n voice in time selection ot some perience not unfrequenUy commands the veteran t'\t.
the gradual iucreaso of a Navy. Will it be just Jo be I know that I Ihave a shore and of the midshipmen from their respective officer whose life has been.passed upon
not nay generous, again at Trafalgar, Lad filled the world with be found unemployed on ; I ?
b8n be advisable to begin, without I WTS to the appointment of mitl.shilwen tho in all its perils and-vic sirades. 'Suppose
to' It reduces sea
delay but States
to direct.rour attention to the Navy Britain's fawe, and united its belief in her in that this number, be it whatit .
provide and lay: up the materials for the buildng to for Its contended I from two in each congressional district we attempt introduce '"merit" as an .1. 1
secure your cheering aud The naval of I Ia and houd! be dispensed -
and) equipping of ithIPs. f.war. and to baud. susaljug \'inciLity. flags Europe were h-\V, is superfluous, to one, and then provides, for the ap.- element of promotion, who Js to judge of r;.
pro I doing so, then, sir, let me briefly'remind ; she emphatically u. ruled the III reply\ to this, it may be said that '
cecd in the work by degrees, in xvlh. \ each State the be dependent the judg- ; j
proportion as thai, lointment of two from upon merit I It must upon
you though inseparably eonuee- waves, and her post were the high I officer on a thiee .vcars' crulspnot .06.
.our resources shall render it practicable with. ted, as it is, with national character, national constables of the captains Against such a foe, a raaI duty day and night of those ecommenJatioii of the Senators from that menlof those having t b e.power\to promote:; : 1 .-

inconvenience, to thai a future war of rights, and even national disclosing and in the dep. of her OILY does but ercry that throughout this period, State respeclively. This was supposed by antIthisjaiment, in Government like oyrs : .

Curop- may not find our commerce in the : as it does, so ruauy grcane and memo- our men ho.r sallied out nex"lmpledtljuwph the threi years, from his counlry,his home and the committee to introduce a just moditicaioii will be too often guided by the character of' :'t, .If'f< '
unfortunate state iu which it found ruble dees nava upon he isseparated I microscope through which 1 meritmay !..s :
feanic was examples devotion the of tho ot appointment. the political #
present system
country, it has freedom. They went out, and that ]jt is not ouIJ Just to .. .
it lli ; p
by the present I" received less attention I ? that the llooae will scanned. Why, sir, do we .not :
from 1 have expectation
thefosterng leg. as Mr. Rush has expressed it, with but a sling officer.but it is wise and just fprthe country, no ; ,
General J Jackson in his memorable farewell illation of 1 fill -multitudinous offices the 'jji
Congress than other he should recede from its position, though trust to by
any branch of in their hands. Aud well did they demean .he termination of his cruise, ever ,
address ibe the that at: of merit? And do we not too ofteu lY
shaking upon same subject, public service. to this modification. claims
: themselves in the unequal struggle. In aUlaLtudes nlaxation from duly. A military profession may agree
says : 1 Let me remind you, sir, that the gallant all times and places they sought have which implies constant absence from 1 will now, sir reply to the objection made sec dullness and stupidity, vice and-imhecility i!!tt{.

. Hut uo nation however-desirous ef peace spirits who composed our the be"inning a Traversing the East and West and precludes the holiest affections by my honorable friend from Virginia to the occupying public places! Were ahI.merjto @t !
f escape present century the barbarous Indies, the' Atlantic and Pacific oceans, and which luster around the heart, must UD.'orlhytbe jrovision
*ra; and the soundest dictate of of Northern, minds. sir that I regard all legisLiiioii the I am not aware that seniority of rank *p The t R-Zh1
policy re. prEes Afrca compelled even the British channel they not only eap- ambition of honorable I say, t "
. quire that We diouldplace ourselves in them to our flag thousands of \ without a retired list as radically' sola element of promotion, has fser Jbeea departed
a condition respect commerce lured or destroyed merchant .Tlu true interests of the Republic, looking Navy, :.,:
to a>*n our rights, if a regoct to force abolished tbe tribute, planted the stars and I but **rue of her ablest captains in : alone it the greatest fiffici en oy of the officer wrong. All improvement in ..the'servico from, except in 4ho iwo instances of ni: ,

fhould! 1 ever become necessary. Oar local for the first time upon a fortress or the tonnag sbj*.in equal combat, lowered to requir that ho should, in common with her must date from this important feature ; and Docatur and Morris; and these, ,Though ia U
situation, our long line of ea-cuiindeuted I 5tripl and drew ham the then existing the stars aad stripes of the untried Republicthat citizcnj. nourish the ties which cling areuud iu advancing this opinion, which is the resultof reward of the conspicuous .gallantry ,of .th. .*."t I ,'
!by numerous bays, with Wod and observation I believe have ever been considered .-of doubtfulpropriety. t l":;
deep rh'era'Gpeniog .e that infan America had banner which Britain proudly boaste the faInt!, altar and feel, upon whatever distant some reflection men,
into theinterior, as well as our extended and PoP more for Christianity one-year than had,"nano.ue for a si or service he may be, that his home that I but express the .convictions of ihe great .

Etill increasing ceaimcrce. point to Hie Navy Europe had. done ia -s And let me I:.C tim bate b bre.H .er I and hi affections are.in his own loved land, majority ofyour efficient officers. In fact, Instances of' personal gallantry; orcof., '

as our natural menus of defeoco. it w1l1 in remind too;'sir, fnt.. feeble It have said, at this distant. and thvt like a fettered prisoner, however far i I: ,have never.yet hendllu officer express a dis duct specially conspicuous io, Ihe lace of an.

the cud, be found to be t cheapest aad nio i shipt. a.OD.; sad 'men; feeble as ays. in ereryihing -n.- .. dy..to comprehend fully the bearing of such he roans, he can but drag a greater lengthof seating opinion upon tllia point. enemy or otherwise/where aad' everyimember of' F
effectual; and new is tbe time la naval services of all provide the corps is*qu Jly jeady juixaons to r f'
the season but character, com age, discipline,: a career upon our national character. chill.reach your naval officer. sir, that The Europe
of peace aDd with an overflowing While ewn with sustain retired lists aud the British a laanJ, are (req8n&ly.' lher: the -revsg of'rueril.
ear one that and ;
rerenue, and devotion, wuderat'Aa.tevar : .ople. .nivcf8a he caioot wander so far but synpathiz I
jevvard officer
that we can, year after add ded acclamation .his Naval Register for February, 1844, giyes would an v&0 &
year surprised
to i iu the 'charm of British, invincibility hied .ith ex- ing harts and watchful eyes are tracing I I -
strength, without Jucreasing tho burdens of sea, and taught their country ilie fact-a Jket: wtDf gratitude, Europe-f&o*.Europe. whoso track ipon the deep; teach him,that when he t .besides the two thousand one hundred 'Ha t readers the himself censpIcuOQX of tbe #fi4 s-iclj fa* r
& the people. It .is your true policy For whose moral aH and strikes not only the honor of his flag and tlT: officers. from admirals Jo lieutenants illusive J.4U'" policy OWernmeiji ,- but IwoulJ
power tr&UaM I I
jour. Navy: : will uet only protect jour rich lULl! navies.-that in an-egual contest wit a.any peo-: *Steamrt and Bambriflg intcress of his country, hut tbe welfare, nay..;,, tho folloxvin list of jU:1Clioilic rl: not promote hiM over the heads.. -of'- bh,i. -

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I ''Zd loss fortunate .peervWwhom the chances of i has passed-.precisely upon the fame principle that IAbusi of Motthtrn D Bjocr U ,. 4 ..,- S.

I Mtit war have dtalad s golucM.opportun ity. Jloribian # Journal.! an army tarrying m its bosom traitors and cowards, One bf tbe most Striking indication of party bigotry The Journal of C.nme7e4"sijs' tb. dltor of TU WifrftfSDC

4? ; '*. At this UohLWS have fcUty.eigbt captains, becomes more compact and formidable from the with is to be found ia>the repeated irUacks emanating that p4.rof the 23d ult, "took *ctivpariai trtreeotU Wfc% and Demoentfc Pw.:

1" Ni? !, tho youngest ofvthom is fifty six years of agejni'iety drawal of iu nnrelhible material from portions of the whig''press'on'tbe motive of the for or agamsi Ibe election of Preaideoft Ptor .vJButthe'nnmeuartd tie* b abcnt u great M that which' exists oetw.LTjeedledmn

seven commanders, seventy four of TALLAHASSEE : No-the denrtentie party* fr.iot dissolved. The noble band of Northern DemoeraU fcbo sWI, by the tbuse that hasoMDheapWropooblia and tweedWee." If this be trw,,

i ? whom arc between fifty and fifty five anti the wish is father to tbe thought with those who preteaJ Constitution and the South in the late conflict on the by bis poUUc roppoocnts, and even by jome of bisprcteneed ar4it a Ion to see what good reason can oe offered

yourgotof whom is forty BIX J three hun.4t Saturday"July 8, 1854 that it u dissolved. It bas simply gone though a Nebraska bill It is not' eciough that tbrs party political friend, of, Abolition'stripe, fcr the nomination-- of Ex-Governor BROW* as th

? tired and twenty seven lieutenant, fromthir- process purgatkmandis| vastly improved from what it backs' pretend to no confidence l in tbe abstract sound raises a strong presumption in his favor-it &veslsav- Whig candidate for Congress by tie Whigs of o !*.
.:: ; ty to fifty ; one hundred and ninety eight'passcd 1'ERMS-Three Dollars per annum.If paid in wan before. And honest men everywhere must now ness of these democrats, but they must needs, in order ing been surpassed within our recollection, in the case den against the present inetmoent, as we leara *

S midshipmen, from twenty one to thiity seven advance; ?3 60 if paid within six months of the time look upon it as the hope of the country. ,Were the to find an excuse fur their outrageous abuse, impeach of any President except Madison and Jackson, two of done oa Tuesday last. If the Btntinel u

tt S : years of ago ; and after carefully examining tf muhscribiog, One'.ant Dollar 400 at per the square end of of 12 the lines year.fur first Advertisements South to cut loose politically from the Norib, a msn their honesty. They charge them with having been the greatest men, next to Washington, who have sentiments of its party in tLfsSUte, we speaks Uu'nk ft Jfr,

; h the rates of promotion in the several grades, and fifty Cents for all subsequent insertions. Announcement with a very small share of brains can ale that tbf Gov* bought up by the administration I The patronage of adornud our history. All the traitors, the country ILkxwxit who aU wit admit lias door well,' most fc"

and the average age of officers, we find that of candidates. Five Dollars each, i/ ray* ernment mutt speedily fall into the bad.1t** wont the Government, they allege, was used to seduce over will I*: found among bis bitter opponents. Other retained in office, since nothing can be gained

jj under the present system, lieutenants, when to be paid in advance. Religious, ObitunryandMarria enemies, for the reason thai in' a irarf KCtibn the them into the snppoitofa measure whose Intrinsic ODDoncnti he has. not a few.and manvof them worthr del'eaLeyen in tba oninion of Whlo*.. Tfn._ T.by fck

promoted to commander, will Iu fifty three gratis} Notices tlf: No not certificates exceeding 12 of lines the will publication l>e publish of estate -! North outnumbers the Sooth almost twoto'one. Hence merits, commended lILa the support of 'the virtuous respect and confidence; but still it is a fact,and a entertains the seme- political- -view; -u--as r.Mayw

and commanders, wliou promoted to captains, or legal notices of any description trill be given it is that in order to prevent such 'mIjfdrtune'M the and patriotic of all sections. We quote a specimen significant one, that all the trailers and semi-traitors who, it must U cono.Jed by every tody, J ,I4ore'

74 years of age. OB til thi advertising fee Is paid. anti-slavery party getting possession Jof the Government of these assaults from tile last Florida Sentinel: throughout the country, and all the resistsnts and in* with zeal and marked ability ia their tdroeaer

The second section secures an net of justice the South must have allies in the Nortn. Without "If the whig party died of the Nebraska bill, it did stigators of resistance to the nation's authority and submit that it will be little better tian
not die alone-the democratic died also. It departed ficti to
to the passed midshipmen bv nrovidin. acommission of Mr. allies cannot herself from tl e party law, are the most malignant foes of President
Their Speech Mallory.We these she protect this life, alter a protracted illness, on the same among agitate the State in order to tarn out tbe latter to
? which and increased paj'suflicient for pres5nt their- pulilibb in the Floridtati to-day, the able speech aggressions of the abolitionists, but with them she ia night, ((22d May) in which it is alleged the whig par Pierce. This single fact speaks volumes in his favor. make room for the former. We sobroft.&al\ j if ti 4

pay, Was barely delivered by th. Hon. S. R. if ALLORJT, on the Bill fo- impregnable, and her rights secure And it i is for Ais ty was seduced to drink of the poisonous cup and betray There U another witness whom we propose to call to supposition of the Sentinel of a total lack of difference

i support when established, i is now under the the improvement of the Naval Service. Our readers unanswerable reason that Southern whigs are urged the South. It was nursed by the administration the .'and-atj be will not be objected to as either between tweedledum and tweedledee" ia

; $ great Increase of nil and the expenses of them of living have, will find it replete with practical sense and interesting join with the Southern democracy in alliance with tie with but there all the was tender not treasury care ala pap fond enough and devoted to save parent it from, prejudiced, or unworthy of respect In his recent address is most unfair to attempt Mr.'M'L defeat without cnftectH

rTy' wholly inadequate maintain; many it. Among other details. The Bill pasted the Senate on the 21st, bya sound Northern dcmocr cy, for it is from Northern an anti-Nebraska grave. It was warned, indeed, that to the Free Church SooUand.. giving aa account reason which is capable of being assigned. This eotf.any
families to upon vote of 24 to 11 South for as- ou the it eat of the forbidden of bis visit to the United States the
da yeas nay. democrats alone that the can hope any day fruit it should sure Rev. Dr. Duff elusion Is inevitable from the premises and we
the ykocr
t means designed to promote ro-pv sistance and co-operation. They only of all the North ly die, and ought to die. Of the 101 democratic mein- makes the following allusion to President Fierce
and of the Navy, n provision is introduced ben of the House of ; Whig friends consider well before they net Witts
efficiency We have received the Representatives from the free
eminently practical address issue and struck blow fur With regard to the civil bead'of that *
for rewarding naval sea men, orclinrv "have stood by us in every States, but forty four could be induced by the influence of him great repub to be gained by gunning flov. BaoWN? Can b, or
delivered Dr. lie I must speak as I found bim.
by A. W. MANNING, at Centreville on and received wound for wound with us in every and I was utter
.. seamen, landsmen, and boys with extra the 4th inst.,but feel constrained from the blow Tnnr BICHLV the bilL"The patronage of the administration to vote for ly astonished, after being accustomed to the unapproachable Lie supporters expect the people to put aside tick
*s.., : ;,, and the petit officer* with extra pity pressure battle with the abolitionists. HAVE distance of their high mightinesses and otn- present Representative unless some more obvious reason

,., nnd pay a medal, for good conduct and the Academy upon our space, however much we regret the necessity, \\ox AM DtsravE ova roxriPENCE. To desert them, reader will bear in mind that the abuse contained er royalties in the Old World, to find the President of can be offered than the difference between

II IIt .i4 ; is opened to the naval boy whose con- to decline its publication. If we comply with the request would be the basest ingratitude, and an act of political in this paragraph U levelled against such men this great country, America, with a commerce nearly weedledumand tweedledee P In such a contest it

1' .. character entitle him to the dis iii this instance, we should be compelled to extend folly for which there could be no excuse. And as (len. Casa, SfZPHEN A. DOCOLAS, Joax B. WEL- equal to our own, and resources which in time will difficult
duct and may vasUy superior, coming down stairs like'a is to conjecture what fasne will be involved,
: the favors to the friends of other prove private
saint with and hosts
speakers, why should not Southern wh'gs, b common LEE, of others equally well known to the unless
t nction. gentleman plainly dressed, without fuss or show, the Whigs expect at Gov. BROWH'S bands tb,
; r' l'e' I t I am "anxious to conclude these remarks, awl a a consequence our columns will be occupied Southern democrats, unite with them, and thus save country, who have not now fur the first time signalized or parade, and demeaning himself with a benign kindliness wonderful achievement of demonstrating to the world
for an indefinite time WRb. scarcely anything ele. We Constitution and the Union?-. their devotion of manner, as well aa th.
eir.- to enable my friend from Alabama, who the Government, the to the Union by opposing the abolitionists. greatest simplicity, for the first time there is a substantial *difference Q*

PS S. ,r.. -.b s has tho floor, to proceed ; lutbefore doing so, lIubt this reason will be satisfactory. We are told with as ranch truth as force by the Macon It is oo answer to say that the editor calmness such a great and country.dignity,Here such there as became was the footman head of ween tweedledum and tweedledee. But should the
$ ne
.. I deem it but an act justice to a young uf- P.eing temporarily absent from the city when the (Oa.) Journal k Mestengrr. (wh!%), thai the opeaks of the House of Representatives, while the others arrayed in scarlet! or golden drapery, or parti,or }Sx-Governor succeed In this bold not to say boptlmundfrtacing

V freer of the moat distinguished merit, Lieut en. FlaiiJtan went to last several whig jmriy, ft* we have time after time reiterated, ia names we have mentioned belong to the Senate. If colored raiment-oo tinsel, no pomp, no display what ; we suggest the possibility that bis frj>n4
fht under bis zealous press on Satuiday disorganized and denationalized. It can the democrats of the House ever. I have no wi.h to gratify a sickly taste
'.. P MlhUrren. tr M% tuispiiuts and thoroughly were bribed, so were by making will be atalos -to point out the particnhr benefit
i. S; and researches and attention typographical| { errors occurred in the Convention and unite iu those any reference to the style of western life, the
scientific our of never meet in national again, cube Senate. If WILLIAM A. RICHAUDSOW,the which is to result to the country from the discovery-
coniniunio.iton Itatcn and household the
Major in the ,
resolutionsof economy or private conversation but
naval ordnance at this time is unsurpassed by the nomination of a candidate for the Presidency, or Chairman of the Territorial House Committee and ; it to small to
seems ns
the Madison( meeting, which were overlooked I must say that the inquiries which this exalted personage Really game pursue in tLs6t
$: : Inth* woild ; af.irt'which; gentlemen may by of principles and of party policy.If .- the forty-three others who about
any Mio p-of.f leader. These upon a platform stood with bim were made sundry affairs, the knowledge > weather, and decidedly 'indicative of a plentiful
: errors
''Tw satisfy themselves of hy a visit to his station were doubtless corrected though mortifying, we may judge from the tone and temper of their nursed by Treasury pap." and seduced by the in which he possessed of what was going on eveiywbere. ack" of useful occupation, and we rather think the
at this navy yard. readily by our readers. the Northern wing of the party tloeinot fluence and of administration" and the desire to know about the existing state of
MHs MnV public press, patronage CASS and people will be of the same opinion. A'out verrimt,
:4 % I desire, sir, to append to these remarks a /.. CaMl.-The Sentinel mentions the receipt ofn expect or desire the co-operation of those who bate DOL-OLAS, with their compeers, were also bought up, nature things, to more indicate particularly that he wan in British a man India grasping, were of and a as Father Hitchie would say.Sqnatterism

: paper which I will not occupy your time by letter from this gcntlemnu declinirg) to be a candidate heretofore acted with them at the South, for they are and thus we have the singular spectacle of an administration reaching intelligence: and, whatever might be the SS

Jr !' reading, but which id an olfiuul explanation, ConprcM, and piouiiaes to lay it before tLe every day urging and insisting upon platforms and pronounced by this same editor only a week opinion of mere partizans, that he was one not unworthy in Kansas- '
I:. of the correctness of which I feel satisfied, of to fill the high office which be holds the bead
$ public on Tuesdt.y next. | bases of organization upon which they mutt know ago to be Free Soil," employing the treasure of the cfibo the world has There seems to be a probability ofthe "Squatter
w -v the circumstances under which thobrig Perry greatest republic ever seen.-
f t4 that Southern wlligs as Southern men cannot and will government in purchasing votes to permit Southern (Cheers. His lady I Sovereignty" doctrine"receiving
) to a practical
rejoice to bea appltca-
,1;i. :1UVM; -? sailed from the United Sates, tho vessel alluded We have l eceired the irpurt of the visitors to Cuth say appeared
f not ttand. The repeal of the Nebraska bill, and ojv men to emigrate with tn< ir slaves to the eotnmon Christian out and out ; and right glad was I to find ion in the new territory of Kansas. The St. louis
to in the first draft oftho Naval Cotnmiteo' bcrt (Gu) I'emale College' nnd shall lay it before our such a lady associated in the
position to further extension of slavery, or to territory 1 Could nnd malevolence more private duties of
any any party bigotry go Republican of the 19th ult, has the proceedings of*
nppott It i is due to tho present chiefS rcadria BS noon ns the pressure on our columns will the position now occupied by the successor of the Jm-
further acquisition of slave territory these are their further? But this of bi made
is Cot
; charge ibing now mortal "Meeting Squatters' held in Kansas, three miles
S :4 S4 4 the Bureau of Ordnance to say that ho was warrant Washington. While here I.bd offers of service -
stand points and rallying cries, and it is the adoption t'r' tho first time. Weeks the columns of the in
e.'. # Jn no wiso responsible lor tho circumstance, ago every conceivable way-everything was done west of Fort Leaven worth, on the 19thult, They
.: : : of this policy and the intemperate discussion of these New York Tribune and kindred filled by Senators and Members of the House of Representatives
1 i' which occurred before assumed charge olit. A (dispute1 iittti-J July 1st, spy that both houses presses,wcre describe themselves' as three hundred citizens of

,;., .;*.t3.,.t t. The account, as given in tho committee'* of Congi ess have agreed to adjourn en the 4th of question1* which baa given a new vitality to the whig with the flame insinuations. In the estimation (or. and, ten I thousand could not times help more saying than of could it all,be It looked is theLord's ICiness Territory and many otter citizens of tie ad.

;.e f.4ll : S report, was from an officer of the Navy in August. party of the North, and which n gradually drawing of Grecley and Theodore Parker, a Northern man doin& But I must hurry on-the time at my joining State Missouri, contemplating homes in tLs

1 r '. every rrppect reliable, but whose subsequent to and absoibing into it, all the element ofaMilionaiidjrtc who favors a measure which metes out equal and disposal being short. Territory, met on Salt Creek," to establish a Sqnat-

!- .'p'5 : acco'unt is modified by more detailed inform State Convention---Mr. Maxwell. toil, and uniting them in dcterrviucJ anti exact justice to all sections ia necessarily a corrupt 1Washington ter Association and prescribe rules to regulate tia

t :3 S ation. This body meets at Mmliym on Monday next. Tie ntb.- scoundrel, who, in the language of Casaius M. Clay, Items- making of claims in said Territory. CoL L? -ls

'I".. ..i. J .. The tessel referred to in the paragraph of attendance of delegates u hav reason to beliete: It is absolutely ungenerous and unjust to the Union uJtitirtdeat/t.' What a wonderful coincidence of The House of Representatives on the 2flth. passed Barnes was called to the Chair, and J. IL RCuodiff!

.k the first draught of zeport of the Xival Committee will be very itfpcrtalde, thorgh the urijnopiticLssea whigs oftLcSwuth to suspect for <
;. ,. of the Senate, a* having been sent to soil at \\hich the Convention is held may aud prcba- they can be influenced by any coniit'riatiou of policy as a matter of abstract light, the Tiibnne and the I President, according to the terms of the Gadsden trea.ty object of the rueeting, and, on motion, a Committee

r.. .. BOA with thirty two pounder gntip and forty- lily will defer Rt'pr *entatit es from distant Counties | or by any prpju-lioe of party, to act witli.or sosttiuj Florida Stnlintl are aa wide apart as the exr.rceiof The Tote stood 103 to 62. of five was appointed to draft resolves to be considered -

:.: .: t ,. ... two pounder shot, was the biig I'erry, carry. fiom lacing piefent. This, however, \\511 be a matter j any such political org.inization."* North and South, but when it comes to Ihe motives j jof On the following day the same bill pawed the Sin by the meeting. That Committee reported tea

.'* lug thirty two pounder guiia and carrou of little counequcnce, as every County whose proceedings Granting the truth of what is here said t.vthejlcs- those who favor the side of justice, the agreement ate by* a vote of 24 to 6. By the treaty for which resolves, commencing with:

.... we have wen, save two, Las endorsed the *fn&fi-and who-will dispute it?-does net prudence is most striking. Tha object of such infamous abuse these ten millions are to be paid, we obtain a route to 1. That we are in favor of 60"4Z fide Sqtu.Uor
;:.. .5 .. ) vessel sailed from Norfolk for ChaKrc puscnt incumLeul, -a oilcutnetanec which, while it dictate a union between the South and that party nt is fully understood when it comes from the pen of the Pacific a large accession cf territory, an extinguishment Sovereignty, and acknowledge ihfc right of anv cfti-

.. -. .. 7. : ;n MAT, 1610, ( licn Mr. Dnncrofl was inukcs the nomination of Mr. MAXWELL a "fixed the North from which "all the elements of aboLtiun Horace Greeley. But ia it not enough that these meniho of certain Mexican cliaus against the Unit zen of the United States to make a claim in Kansas.
Territory, with the ultimata viexv occupying it.*
4 It t .:" fsecretay of the Navy, and Commodre A.i fact," might well bo urged for dispensing with the and tree-soil" have been withdrawn It seems to u* have shown themselves to be above sectional influences t States uod/r the Treaty of Guadalepe Hidalgo,

,.. .. "r. Wadsworth chiefof the Bureau of Ordnance,) Convention altogether, inasmuch as it BOW deprives that nothing eaz be ui&'re clear. The time, too, is are to be hunted like beasts of prty by the and other advantages and considerations. The New York Tribune,referring to these suniinay >

,... ... q with a bearer of dispatches communicating that body of much of the importance it might other- most opportune for such a union. The Northern hounds of abolition fanaticism! Mutt Southern editors On the 29tb, the House size passed Mr. OUs Pos- proceeding,groans after this *4hk>n;

r .: : to tho squadron in tho Pacific the existence, w we have. This unanimity is n rnaiked and gratify democrats who have fought our battlex, are about to jviu ia the pursuit, and contribute to their being broken -. tngs bill, with sundry modifications and amendment, So here, you set, w have the doctrine prepoun-

; of war with Mexico. She was fitted out under lug (no doubt to him) compliment to the ability with engage in a baud to Juxnd conflict with the whigs and on the wheel ofjruilic opinion" a* the fanatic providing mall cases fur pre-payment. led by tbe drdees who are aboat to reduce it t
.7 order from the Department to ractke.: so tbaf ail of:as aee'wbatit M and bow
,) an which Mr. M. has served the interests abolitionists and it is due to Southern Imnor and interest insinuation The House the Senate's amendment jsay
I: : sail iho after the receipt of of the Slate, and boast is to be their fate, by echoing the insulting rejected pro.;| it worksWe bv been wraagbog aboct it aO win-
;, :; .; be ready to day order denotes a hearty Well done, good and faithful servant that (hey receive the sympathy and cordial that their votes were induced by bribes from vidinj for a recess, and adopted the original rescla-!j I ter mad rprssg-wiUjourt wz4ng to any mutual cnd.r-

: w ': : :': the order ; and, in compHance.with ," and a triumphant rc-elcctiou by the people.- good wishes of a united South ; and we fct-l assured the federal treasury Shame 1 shnroe upon such lion for a final adjouinmeur, iuatetd of a recess. Tbe,1 I &A'vadta and k is oat bkelr tint even another nine-

.:+ I dwl receive on board all her shot, powder, fc>o mote it be. Mr. MAXWELL is a Representative in that there are thousands of Southern whigs who do black ingratitude-tuch scandalous return for disinterested time is not stated. i[I teea-co3tnn] sp'eth fr'zaks verbose father General
and other stores, and hauled into I
provisions, whom men of nil parties in the State may well fell thus sympathise with them, and *bose HIWS of duty aixl sclf-eacnficir devotion to the common The Nebraska and Kansas nomination--"- --- j .
stream the day after its receipt Site, however 1 is the sod when
1 tho drmnprsti. T-L4- .f ._U l '" t Rut A reaclution WM ofFered dog m eating we see Squatter
them &w
piide. lluuo&t, faithful and capable, he has devoted will lead in rartv"UteotHv tttalpji |n tU* jiafi r nfirnwl hy *K- =-?? *
:'; ., received on board two thirty two poun himself to the inteicsU of L *"; "|J this which contains in its rants a President wtoo has as the votes of tbe5T7 ,Vl> northern democrats, thus in Vrffnt'r tiffiff iiur the removal of the injmjc- Sovereignty reduced to practice we can't help not*
der carronades the day nfter. Immpdi.nfol> record Nortli of Ma mi ADixnn's tiaduced and maligned the South would have been tion of the ing as to iu tffict whatever diverse opinions we u1s j -
; ,fjr 1j: loaded rights of his native South, with an aiftfty au'd an Unshrinking fair a political w any man secrfcsy upon debate and documents'oxi- severally contend for as to its abstract character. So
l. s.i after getting to sea, all her guns were teal which point him out, in the language line-who has ben endorsed hy eminent to-tl.iv iu the! position of an inferior in the Union. necUd with the (tadsden treaty. After discussion, we read on, through a series of provision* f,.r a leys-

and in doing this a very few shot were found of the Wabhmgton Union, u cs <
'$ .. ,4 :. rather too largo ; but this fact was not considered banJ] of sterling democrats now ia Congre I question ns Mr. Calhoun Lin' elf a party wlk-h contains from such degradation, and now behold the cstima sign Afiairs. Ac.: until we come to"
young ** 8. That will' afford to Abolitiuoist
9..s to acquire we protection no --
sufliciently important any I in it ranks that patrioticliaiid of Northern men lion in which they are held by the Florida Seniinel
contributed In .
of the shot official who have co .nueb during the present session the Senate on Thursday, June 29, Mr. Fessen- as a settler.of Kansas Territory.
ia1 ;: ., general examination and difficulty occurod, or any with the to elevate the dmractrr cf the Ilotir of lleprcsentatici -j t who have ever stood tip in Ct> ;rs to rtftethouldcr the organ of the wing of Florida! den of Maine presented a petition for a repeal of the M 9. That we recognize the institution of SLivrry

S report, no and to confidence to the ofour | t to fchfMiIder with Southern men for Use conttntional; Slave law as already existing in this Territory, and reccromfnd
:: the cruise. give macs Fugitive signed, as he stated, by all the vo.
other time during
.( thot at any The Fourth in Tallahassee to slaveholders to introduce their property as early upossible.
of the Smith and whose aid al tkf South
by iu its continued 1'rai-ie rights
of the
r : of at party asceudancy. so emphatic town of Milton, New Hampshire the *
After the bearer dispatches the .
landing Was celebrated with the usual pint, under direction
defeat time
has been enabled to after time in
.& Chagrcs, the Perry visited Poil Royal, in Jamaica never was more richly deserved. many of the Florida Riflemen," whoso first birth-place of Gen Pierce. Mr. Summer presented a "There you have Squatter Sovereignly fully fedyed -
a pitched battle, and after many months of angry discussion appearance similar Both -the theory into practkubnity. The
her petition. were referred. The bill to developed
M '! for the of filling up water es.
purpose I the schemes of the free-soilers and nbuliliui- iu complete uniform, was a matter of general free territory of Kansas n free to no Abolitionist
: Democratic NOT UblUb
The Dissolved- line
.i, off Vera Cruz Party a of mail between California
'( before our ,
joining The crowd iu town all of know what *
ists." gratification. wasjjot *o large as ns they mean by refusing pro
whatever to the We have in the last Florida SeHtln.fl and Sbanghae, touching at the Sandwich Islands and *
:- and not with any- reference n. chapter on we have seen on other similar occasions, owing probably tection, which nobody bad ever asked for-and Slavery

.4 ti-_' $ condition other shot During her stay there, the present state of parties, iu which, after conceding to the attractions offered at Lake Jackson, where ports in Japan was taken up. After an animated is gravely declared by these oiwtptes of pass
1 the commander of tho Perry availed himself that the whig party has ceased to exist as a distinct Leon Female Academy. debate the bill was ordered to a third leading by a and Douglas to be 'already minting in Ksna
celebration hail with the
a was accompaniments with full for slaveholder introdico'his
t1ir ; of the offers liberally made, to obtain a small national organization, the editor goes on to remark of From the advertisement in another culumn.it will rote of 20 to 19. and then laid aside. liberty* every to
of a fine Barbecue and the el etterai. Notwithstanding property. Such are the first fruits of tie usage -
V. ?: nnmber additional shot to meet any possible the democratic party: 'I be seen that the Female Academy in this cit is to the audience at the Cupitnl, assembled to hear The National Era of the 2Sth publishes a letter Douglas's bilL"

ti + .4I wants. If the whig party is dead, as the democrats say it continue under the charge of the Itcv. Mr. WonrE. from Gerritt Smith of New York, resigning his seat
the Declaration of Independence and the Oration, was Subsequently, Greeley indulged in the followinj
These appear toAe all the material facts \\ tlieu th democratic pat ty, it is not to be denied,bin This will le a gratifying announcement to the nunerous as a member of Congress from that State. shriek
!- ', connected with this subject, and arc derived a very sickly Etatc. Ifjt is not dead, it must be friends and patrons of that school, who hid fared numerous filling the Representative Hall to overflow :
j.. admitted that it is on the very eve of dissolution. If I ing. Of the address of Mr. GAtenAiTH, which wo did In the Senate oa Wednesday, Senator Dixon, of The St Louis Republican, dbcuas-ing late mee1ings -
oftho the log of that circumstances about to deprive them of the
J. j from tho Department, it recovers, we for one ball rejoice, but we fear it it j not have the goal fortune ta hear, we can only speak Kentucky, denied the right of any set of men to read on the frontier, gives us this inkling of the kind
? the and tim recollections of the com cervices of that gentleman. The school thus Car I baa of Squatter which is the
r; Perry, too sick for even all the patronage of Government to from hear-say. He i lii said to have accomplished the him out of the Whig party. Sovereignty upheld by
4 inander.I' save it. If it docs recover, it will be so crippled and been very well patronized, considering the lisited slaveholders of Missouri:
r4 _ difficult feat of pleasing body, from wLicb we He saij that the Whig party in the South DOW
have mucb
every Kins
.' paralyzed as tnbe powerless for pood. The difleienee size of the Academy I uilding. A contract ha been "They aa rigbt'to gt upon **
'S.,. Arrival of the Europa- ixitween it and the whig party IF, in point of fact, the I infer that the oration was appropriate to the day-a staid where it always had stood, on national groundbut Territory with their slaves and other property as any
given out, however, to enlarge it to twice iU present
I. r; NEW YUIIK. JUDO SO.-The steamship Eiirpa Lae dilfercnce between tweedledum and twcdlcdcc. lithe circumstance raUier rare on such occasions, and therefore if the Northern Whig p rty should become fanatical sen cf New England, and this tight. IbeT
: in-t died of the Nebraska bill it did did dimru&iorus, heu there will be ample room to CCOBmodate will assert at all hazards." .
:' ;S.I arrived with Lirerpool dates to tie 17tb whig party not the more complimentary as showing the good leagued in with Abolitionism, be should cut loose
LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET.MilVigati's aloue-tins democratic party died nlio. It departed a much larger number pupils. Of Mr.Voire So. you see, there is to be no letnelation tw adjodicatkm -
y .
,Ic this life, after a protracted illness, on the same night, as a teacher it ia useless to frpeak. It is enough to ay sense of the speaker. (remit even, preliminary to slaveholding Ksmss;
.. 'rS6,'t. ; Circular balca reports of winch the files of Coltou toi'k5'JGO for ((22d May) b which it is alleged the whig party was that he not only has the moet unbounded coufidt Though the day was excessively warm, every thing A letter from Washington says-" A new obstacle but the disciples- Atchisoo are to cross right ore r
the week 45,000 Speculators into that Territory with their slaves, and bold them
4 driuk of the and the
4'.i seduced U poisonous betray oil and without accident of
..,; : and Exporters COCO bales. South. cup and approbation of his Patrons, but that they wokl) passed pleasantly any to the fishery treaty is discovered in the provision iu bondage-there by virtue of their Bowie-Knives anti

Fair Orlean?.. .. .Cd.} Dot couscut to part with him under any ciicuustantf. kind. which throws open to the colonies the coast tubing of revolvers. This is as we have expected.
mistake committed than
There never was a greater
Middling Orleans.&B1.T hw the United States down to U* thirty-sixth parallel of If in the world eonld 'reconcile us to tli
; ). ir Uplan-l.6 Jd. tv say that the democratic party is dissolved. He is His is School Tallahassee : long needed, as it if' The Hew Hampshire Nomination. any thing

: .. Middling Upland .. .. .. .5l demand ii moderate .l the iwarltt )h ten general government, but in reserved to tho States. ia which these disciples l
The their
j ati is true. The Nebraska Bill, which has tad the effect the opportunity of giving t to daughters a thorough\riiire, says the Savannah Courier, has promptly coun- peremptory manner
4 .S heavy nnce the departure of the Iat steamer hut improved Consequently the provision is unconstitutional, and Atcbison" to fllmtrato nod H out &>
wider tlicir and in their UWHniilst. 4th down the
'I h :* MI J closed dull. 1 be sales ou Saturday footed to dissolve the whig organization, so far from destroying mental training own eyes thirty pieces of silver to John Boll of propose carry
i>000 bales. the democratic party,has made that party stronger It deserves aa we aru assured it w ill cvDtioue .4 nm>ssee, in consideration of his betrayal of the was decided by the Senate in 1853, when the point ahead.

; The Russians mad anctLer uni,nocefiful attack njvn than ver. We do uot mean that it has been made to receive a liberal supjiort. 3>uth. We never doubted from tbe first, that MrtrlIs was made by Mr. Mallory against a resolution offared
; Silihtria on the 10th. !Vinee Piiflkiewitcb. icceived _- conduct on the Nebraska Bill was by Mr. John Davis, which declared that as soon as 705. THS FLOElDLUf AXD JOCKXAX.
numerically but that become disencumbered prompted by
1s stronger, having
1.;?: n ere the contused command wound to on Piiuce the nglit C1OltslItsk(4Y.leg, and reliniuicLcd The- of its gangrened members it is now an or Death Thomas Ritchie. lilfhh motive. The treason was palpable, the price the British North American fisheries were thrown open Nebraska and the Florida Sentinel-

;';fl' ;k\' <n Ml bold out, though the force* oiaiclfiug to ganization bob parts are all healthy. If we look to The telegraph anuounees that this vetera of the t/ie/ Presido y. His early nomination is doobtlessfcr to American fishermen, a like privilege should be Wa have never expressed any great adrniiation
ata relief slowly.Tb shall that such the of having him killed off m time to al- extended in our waters to colonial fishermen. Tbe for the bill but after the preposition was made apparently -
move the free State', we see is the condition Press is no more. He duxJ in Washington on Monday purpose
still beingtrannrKir to Var treaty will have a bard road io travel to obtain as a sort of gratuitous offering to the South
are kw Seward a
troop decent
The Tories bad Attached the i ibluod of Moken, but of the party there. Take Pennsylvania at an illustration. last, 3il iusf. Mr. ttitcluc, just fifty years ag< estabj a pretext to come before the two-thirds vote there wire considerations which impelled ua. as much
is' na. re1wlsed. Iu that commonwealth, the real democrats not lisbed the Richmond Knqwrer, wl.irh lie COdUCte'! J fouitry. Those Southern men who are apologizing as objections are started nn every as we deplored us introduetioa, to givo it our hearty
band. So far it slumbers *
Tncrc is nofhiug of unpoitance from Asia the only adhere to the principles avowed in 1852, but whit an ability and vigor which soon rondereilitond jfrr Bell, and assaulting the Nebraska Bill would do officially.NZCRO support.

.4' Black Sea or Greece. There ba been a change in Ivtira WtI! > n tr ..n..j.r -J ...-I J I M or the most popular and influential papers in tl w&oliniiinlry. >well to look to the consequences of their conduct The above extract i from the Florida Sentioel o/ "

I.; i 'iiIii bLftie"fl fcl "is twenty: roilea from Ileleingford. themselves upon the Nebiaska bill, and upon that i k. Ou the accessiru of Mr. 1'oJk to the Prcidinry \j By their insano advocacy of Bell's treason they may VOTEM.-On Wednesday but, tba Connecticut the 8th June. Has it come to this I Have w oftl*

iie have gone into the canvass. They thus uaiutain I iu 1S45 bo took ''ftrvngthen the hands and the House of Representatives, bye vote of 116 to South that
Vi1 charge of the WniLington secure success of the submitted to a state of inequality so long,
Sq. On the BOth of May three Biitibli eteamnis desiroyd their and of the national 78 not voting) passed A resolution to amend the
place as parcel ((31
t,. sbips, dock-yard and *ton>*, at Brahattadt organization I Union, and remained connected with UKit paper until most crafty dangerous and unprincipled abolitionists the organ of the whig party"of Florida looks upon *
fr5.t:S to the value oflbree hundred and filly thouaondm- and Southern democrats would as soon think, within some years since. As a writer, Mr. R. bad feW in the land. They may rest assured, that if the Whigs State Constitution ao as to allow negroes to vote, on bill giving only "even handed justice to the South'

.5 o, .s. bye.. under the dreumst.aticeeoseparatiog from one anoth equals-as a ma, m all the relations of life, be waj and abolitionists have the power to elect a President, the same terms as white men. Also ((106 to 80)) an as a sort cf gratuitew ofering.".jad one too S*

!i ., )40.0 : Steamers on tlie 31t de tniyod bii>\ dock yard eras of separating from their brethren iu Pentmylvi- S without reproach. He was not wanting in ambitioij their choice will never fall upon a Southern mao. amendment to prohibit any person from voting who which be has newer epred tmy S4Imfrationl" &-
find stores at Sveabor valued! at Xuur bund,ed thousand read. These amendments then
ii JilL And nhat is true of that State, in alao true of but his ambition consisted more in a desire to assist h cannot proposed were ..LeLtb people of Florid* l'iPSd and reflect
!,.j roublea.Tho CONNECTICUT AND NEBRASKA.BAtTiiiou ordered to be eootinned to the rtf
the party IB wort of lira free States where action has Legislature, and
{ Empen-rnf Kussia was ex writ ed at Iew.1 .- Conning and directing a ooirect public opinion, in U open such sentiments,WK< d.sid whether they
Col. Mft&ttuftel has been despatched to h'tn liy Aus1iia been had nncc the paesnge of the bill. New Hamp- character of editor, rather than to be borne into big} has June resolutions 29.-Tbe Legislature of Connecticut the- published with the law caa eodorao thins Not only does the Organ of the

p. Aiid Prueu.t, to urge UJXHI him the acceptance ol shire, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, tc., are as official position. We remember an anoedotc ilhwtr Hon. Inaac passed Toucey, one of ,the strongly Senators censuring from that The Connecticut Legislature, remarks the Journal Whig party of Florida regard this great national meas

.;44 their Las julnt proposition.refused.: It i* rumored that the Cur firmly committed to that rucanurc as Georgia or tire of him iu this particular. Doing tcndcrd tie State, he his vote in favor of the Nebraska Bill. of Commtrct are driving a largo busiuees jtLis session, re"aa a sort gratuitous offering the Sooth"

The already Europa cavalry transport tlilp was l'nrrvt 1iile Florida. It is true that this noble poMtion of the democracy Gubernatorial office \'irginia, his reply was, tfcat ie ThM acbxa' of the Coalition which now disgraces either for good or tvil. They have elected one regular for which be has "never expressed aay great admiration

:i. : ,4 giassng' Gtnnftsr with troops. Twenty-one lives of lhe o States will wealcm I heir ranks, by had rather be editor of the Richrnuud Enquirer tbun Connecticut, has been very naturally followed up by built Abolitionist to the U. S. Senate_passed ," but be, company with the New York Tim**',

.,,0)v 21. s-er. lost, aod_the_remainder_ _escaped in boats. driving over to Uie whigs and abotitiunists the fishy fill the hi lifiil office in the Commonwealth. what is disoksed in the following farther despatch; Nullification resolution-two strings of Anti-Nebraska Tribaoe" fce, "Dtrioais rrsmaoaccucortr* An

and unreliable, but who in so hardy an to allege that Peace to his allies. 4 THE FUGITIVE SLAVE LAW. resolutions stringent prohibitory liquor law, and the wbiff party of Florida prepared to endow uieh *

An AbolitiomUt this purgation dissolves the party, or makes it incumbent BAirmoax. June 29.-The Connecticut Legislature done what they could,'towards amending the Coosb'. declaration I Do tbeywith their organ ",deplore iUintroduetion

. II-;- Tbe from last Lynchburg of tbm Nusi1ru VirpMsn state* that a young on Southern democrats to withdraw from feBow The Maine Whig State Convention snt at PorDaad, has passed resolutions, annulling the fugitive slave tutioasonsto permit-hegjoes to vole,and prohibit T If so, then there is n Beeeasitj fot a
fiian one fitaUu, named HicbardJlorrw it I The rather have we not in this circum- 2ltli June. law within that State, and declaring their detenuiaa- { ] whites from : 'Other have '
; _.;.. an trploree on ijie Ta.: aud Tt-uu. Ruilroad ship with Thursday, Nearly six hundred del fates Lion to resist its execution.In many voting tiling they separation fL'ODtheIr nortnera winglbey will b*$*

-p was, oo Tm d 'y, woughrbefrTe tl>e Vayor.-f Lynch- brae an overpowering reason for believing that the attended. Hon. Isaac Reed was Dominated far Oov.cmor donbUass done, one of 'which, we DOW recollect, is, to We yet I. harmonise ff however,tb -wMg-- f ff'

I. turf on a chgrt-e having publicly nttered scntijnf party bas not only become stronger, hut that the obligation and rteulutions iu favor of the Maine liquor Jaw netengh.; nominations made by the Prerident, authorize the Speaker to invite colored, Feseberstooptft'II. ida repudiate such sentiments, (M I think they )
olitiun aad
nts cf an ni< inooidisry clisrscUr. in one the of the South to remain afflliited and modJficAtion of the sluing* of tie Heuso .with ia common -
part a Fugitive Slave prayer
,on law icre there is room for them ia "a neither i -
of the Hotels of that cily. 1 tlrr a full Ltanog of tbs of Gen. W.fluButUr, sf ent eky, a*Governor f parly which
esM,ibe prisoner was J.en2Md in the sum (J Hoe with it, isaow greater than ever I In 1852, though adopted. exprion ofp"'sgainst tbfjfe.braiiko Nebraska; ml A, H. Eeeder, of Peaosylvwsis, AS -with'with clergymen. Ia xoint el fat, w. be g&rds tbe Nebraska. and Kaaaas bill as a gratoitT Ito

t> appear fur turther trial at tbs nest Lena oltbe the Northern wing, oo the sears of numbers,exhibited bill was very decide The rrgul&r Dtmoc tIle Governor of Kansas, the Unioa say,that M "it was hey. the Speaker has not done this lbut; why sot/ tbe South," nor 'deplore its introduction," but kel

Ctieuit Court. vast strength,U wu really weak, from the discordant candidate for Governor iu Maine is Albion) K. P. risHe distiBctiyoDOBMed *n to fce df tM 'bill giving Why this d unfodiy prejudice against colorirstThst&1meit end bare expressed for it, "great admiration.'
S The fact u flat if o.eor two gentlemen enuld BP elements of -which it was 'composed. The frecsoil is an old line Democrat, and a supporter of the Nre! GADSDET.HAMPSHIBE .
; made en example of. the influeuoe of the lessoo would territorial govenoMBta to Kansas and Vebraska thatit .
leaven, mulling from tie split of 1848, rendered the braeka BilL There are also two other candidates die PailStw S
Democrat .
IN sslutaqrV{ was net the intention Congress to legislate slavery
It behooves the peofde of tbe South, *t a tbif io fcep so sucli .nteu. We have aod H is most Ibitunate tbiltbe bas Cat"stripe. The Whigs anti Abolitionists 'the New ... S 25-
y upon enemies sifting taken will prtba- with the spirit of fee law, tbe President has divided A. taft far $7.0QOjOOO *pm JTork 8ubteeaaury. CcaJune.S .
S ia otr taM.; place at p&tIaItm The Butlers and bly carry being payment Tie Legislature to again took the
% the appointments between the North and the South 'day np
be w psin plrA, ivttbey atset eith kee silent orIa" to .Oen. Almonte, the Mexican
Iftb.psoi; oi th. Sth Van Burens tslilracUd, the srly it left pure and untainted Iu Essex county. Vermont, the whigs and free iod-- giving to KftBsaa,wberetbe chances oftntroducmg slavery MJMster.an Treaty in, was New paid York Saturday ,Iast. The remaining of United States Senator. The balloting was sharp'

true to tbem'Vee 113 UJIS ert sod n da (uture, ii.ij.u -boiwigsneom in numbers and ptrociple, and era have nominated a ticket composed of both parties are greatest a Northern governor aad to Ns.mka $3,000,000 are to U paid when the bouadiiyHnsu n J txcitia j. Wefla lacked only ux votes of aa ele>

crib may befall!! them.-jRofry* Sttmdu* therefore Uron er from the ordeul through bJdi it in equal proportions. a Southern goTsrnor." ruu. 5- tion.I4f S '. .

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[Nuwai* Two.] TU i W tean Isij pt*. the rumor M not true.j1" conolunians of upon falte aeiecM/that infidelhy take !y pending i in Gadwen Circuit Coort/Wbevem the lg.Nth PAfl ? TOOTH- CTL.6Uf .-
I IDsertke '
rti-KiKn.-1 remaps the -_ _i B Bi Soothera life Insurance ar Trust Gatttpmj is corn LV
; stand. Driven from this positieo into the open fled whose iaaTflre been uottetj
; feature In tlie Arabian continent i is itettre Democratic Keeling in Wakulla Cotmty. of fr4 e dxomon, it must aaccnab. ) ,I I.Wim plaiuaot;.and Thomas |Iill ia defendant, wa will exPOM thyob t13QfIM Cr1 growingSate ItI11 Lvu

t "uigu'.r tflh1k1 ftr41fl. 'ibis Je_ At a Meeting of the Democratic >aity of WakullaCounty'held -_ at public outcry, for caah, &Jure tin Court House and .W. to run, aod ASnog tie ]wt MMOB Lw tceubrofljbt
1jCTh Ot pi .18 now pot lip in the 14et: naed Bottle; and h door ia UK town of QuiDcy,within albmrn.00 Moo- to
I deed been generously supplied by the at New Port on the 1st day of July, Kdlt a JTottrnf i/y.-It ia vary nrprisiag .tackoovtedged to b tLe bes&Sasapanllamadeu day, the.7th day of August next, tie Wlowuif de.scribedpropertytO.W1t' certain-tfat tf for*U of abort perfectta wbwl. jrwlen itsluecew
6ckncy 1654,60 motion says & late writer, that two ef the greatest natural cnrioVitwe eertifi.d byt. staple d gre iaperWity
) ave trced witiding JOHN G. PARK wu called to the is vooderful cores it baa pertained, -r the Gin b ***
over saw strikioglyapparut rood ,
f in the world in the United States, and judges
are he
) directions, tenrinatlioj, after a long Chair, and Gco. MILLEK was appointed Secretary. scarcely known to the best-informed of our gwvrapheri he onginal eopiea; of winch are in Urn posw son of Three shies Reuben. t rOd abrmt 2B wears; Jack This anperiority consists in Iu Icarn ffie lint cleaner, r24**

IDW "L yanous tnsrgin of lie ocean. Ptolemy reckoned I The Chair briefly stated the object of the meeting, aad naturalists ; the oof is a beautiful (all in onginal proprrttar article. Rtoeaber. tha is the only true and aged about 81 years ; Sarah, urged about 33 yeara. wort nprn andfrtt fromfmott.. and ;deg not Cut, fivitbreak.

eJUr" the thodorug and Strabo de.fjur wlten CoL S. B. KICHAKDSOX offered the following Franklin, Hsbershnm county, Georgia; the other, a Also the following lands, t-wit: ..Of, in any way injure Ow fibre,at &,,,..rr.otime IxFf -
rive$ A11ibia Felii; studendous precipice in pendleton district. South Scrofula, BMbOa; Merenrial Complaints, Cancer. .The N E i of Sec 18, T 2. N of R 2, W ; the Vf } ; imparting tbe fat (bat. loft and oil! feeling
and Herodotus speaks of reselutiona, which were unanimously adopted ; i Oaogreo UbnutMU aod of N W oleo T N of R J. from which natural the
fIce gtreams; Carolina. They are both faintly mentioned ID the i. avail variety .of other i 17, 2. tV.exeeptins to fttaple +bn picked Sand.j .
,1,0 $I tjje j gsrt, at tLe distance of twelve I 1. Retolvfd, That inasmuch as the Democracy of late edition- 'Moise's Geography, but not as they tiir, P?*%" nd perfectly nurd by the use each of said tracts forty acres, conveyed by Thomas I j 1 making the. lint from the. saw*. lot of 4> ;worth.

011* T mer" but modern traveller* bave dicoTejed the several counties of Florida have expressed a desire merit The Tuccoa- fall is much higher than the Niagara. of this mediesn6. Mills to James Thomas, by deed dated July 7.18S5; from } to I| centajxer pvo&d more than wleii gipnod

; for a State Convention to nominate a candidate The column of water ia propelled beautifully ILcad the following Certlficatr. 1dth5sEOrNw.OfSoCl1T2NOfK2, on the saw gus. .f, *. '
which have eo long flouritWd tis pompons for Congress, the Democrats of Wakulla wUl meet over a perpendicular rock, and, when the stream is W containing in all 19ft acres. \ It cleans the Sea X&nd Cotton beautiful!, tail will

tUlt either quite Imagitiarj, or only temporary their fellow Democrats in Convention, at Madison, ou full, it passes down without being, broken. All the -. TAIXAKKMA Co, Ala, Jan. 2. 1852. HUGH ARCHER, Ja, ) SpecUl Masters I pn from SOO to lOOt pounds per day aud *?,iar aa

.jcet. e absorbed in the eatid, ahd never I the gecoud Monday of July, iui-Umt, and with that prinmatic effect seen nt Niagara illustrates the Dear Sir:-I send you tbis-ta certify to you that HALEY T. BLOCKEK. f iu Chancery. Manufacturers hare tested it, the lint is in a mncli < -

xrbitb are aftei raiu* TLJ' great I ItC view hereby appoint eight delegates to icprceeut Tueono. The table mountain in Pcudleton distnctis 'pray your extract of of YeIL the Dock and Sarsnparilla has July 1. 1854. .._28_ _ better condition for the Mill than from : P011 them in perforated fine mot wonderful
\ the ss& tP said Convention cnav qon me Gin: ,
which blood the city of Ycnmta1t 2d. Jtenohed That an awful precipice of nine hundred feet. Many per that bas ever been affected en man.I .- Notice, *
Ptolemy, en our present RepreBentatife, In North Carolina Mcnrs Eatlle A Son
of! reside within fire miles of this Edgecomh
sons seven, or ten gram
on legs and feet; In 184S they got so bad tIt I 1 against the estate of Griffin JL FJetcher. lately
eju' be : of the interest of his constituents, ana of the ny several others have tried the Gui oo Short Cotton the
fuUfld is and
i visited
to curious travellers aometimes
.i1totbe FerhLUGU uOW aUQ1s rights of the Southern States, as exhibited in his eloquent now by had to go on crutches, and in 1649 I had one leg amputated deceased, of Garden County, to present them! to the mat spawn and are highly pleased with the resultIn
by the clouds, and having no and masterly tp -ech on the Ntbracka-Kuiibiw by men of science, above tbe knee. In about nine months after, undersigned Executor within the tIme prescribed by I Texas the New Gin is bound to clean.-

one seat' of t In bill, is entitled to the unabated confidence and support my llicr leg broke ont in large eating and running law, other ie thi* notice will be plea.Ied in bar; and 3apt John Duncan of Matagorda, who sweep purchased tho-

) ., are streams of considerable size I of the People of f Florida ; and we heieby instruct THE CHOLKa*.-It is stated that the deaths from I sores from my knee to my foot, and discharged a great all ti!
cf te **an ? and request the Delegates appointed by thia cbolora in New York arerage 10 per day. This would L I deal of offensive matter. Mv groin al.eo broke out iu payment immediately. rrctivex! than in-time to have Ginned L s wholecroy, it %*'
-_- IMC of sixty or eighty league; but they give nu aggregate of 40 per weeK. In other respects hug* hues, wh'n discharged much ofleneive matter, ZABUD FLETCHER, Executor. would have 1 *" *
thzr meeting, to ue all honorable jneano to secure his i euomiuation [ made* difference of from 2000 to SoOD *
djuuk by the sand before reaching the health of the city U unexceptionable, notwithsUiidiu3 an.! bt the same time Itft hand broke out in July 1. 1R54. 2C 8wr -
v up for the post now filled by him, \v ith so my large dollars in his (aver. a "
r0u'tV much honor to himself and credit to the Slate. the hot weather and dirty strecU.IVo running sores, neatly to my ellmw. DR. LEWIS TLe CO inch Ginaare warranted to pick 1100 pounds *?

;;.l Rd &* occupies a deep rocky] cavity, exJ1Cl :2. Ititohtd, That in view of tbe avowed purpose The misery that I have suffered for the last few of lint in 12 hours." The ?S incu Gina wOldufroni -Tf> .

Tbe of the enemies of the South to return to Congress all Family should be without Them yean I cannot describe to yon. I was in such agony RESIDENT DENTIST, 1KH( tbl200_ pounds of lint iu His sane tune, with *$? "
about ) mik* iu lcngth' a"Jits mean that I never rested, day or night TALLAHASSEE FLA. % -
North who endeavor and to
endhg those representatives from the proper speed run a* long as Jj SaTrOio and "?'
be taken at about 1 i t. The name of this the of tLe We speak of M'Laue's LIrer Pills, which have become In October last my son br<'nght me one of your bottle in caw failure with ; : *
Ijreadtt E ay ed to detent even by factious means, repeal .. S now innertin? Artificial! Teeth on the proper usage, they will be maJa *
puzzled th* aucienU : and has oecaiUiedjn degrading Misnouii restriction, it is due to the honor an indispensable family medicine. The fright wrapper ; I read it, nnd found record of w'mewuinVrful new and imj-'oved pnncipl with e001- *scr/II -

us greatly and interest of the Slave-holding Stales that the people ful symptom whi* *
Liter times a di play of much superfluous learning, 'unite and in endorsing : tbenisthca more or U .s iu every fum.'ly ; dys Duck and Sareaparilhu" 'I's.nt and got two bottles be delivered at the nearest
thereof cordially : other, without seam or crack, leaving m' plac* f>r the depot or landing to-.th-j *fAi'purcbaw. -
lotMcnmue abeth.r it was derived from the color their own immediate repieaeiiUthes, by re-e j>ep!a, fcii-k headache, obstruction of the menses, ague of it, and commenced taking it la two weeks,tn ra v lodgment of food, thereby rendering fhen |'rfctly and a Man famished to set the Giu'roncro- t JTTerras
sand bank and thecwtiboriHg and fever, pains iu the fide, with dry and backing great *iitnlplnngOt. my sores all became eafv. and"I Ca'h on tea davs trill *
rf the wtter, the reflection of the lecling them without regard to.foimer ]political divisions I life-like, and reitbring oiiflil l rontntirof the fiee, t" i ir;
mountains, or the solar struggling and opinions, theicby evidencing to the woild tbt we cough, are all {ho roeult of hepatic derangement, aril could sleep all'fiight, a thing I pad not done for two j w, ns to defy detection. He will attend to all call* in There will be A stock of these Gina kept in Tal- ii"r>*
ray for these Dr. line's Pill arc a sovereign remedy, \Vhii, I had tak iix bottles *
faithfulness hove all years. account to our rights as paity Florida for full Setts. Those winWn* Full recently occupied br ii
throi li! a denae atmospheie; but tie name is now considerations whatsoever. They have reter been known to fail, and thty shoufi! nearly all healed. My sore pot well as if by enchantment Setts can obtain all necessary information l by letter. Messrs. F/ T. Taylor & Co. for the cale of their MW J*S r
be aC.reek translation of the Sea of the be kept at all times by families I haf new wed in all eight bottfes of Gins. ,
admitted to merely 4. Jtcsuloed, 'l.hiat the thanks qf the People Ha will warrant, in every instance, satisfaction. and ; .-
of LMum, (a Hebrew word donoti-.gr.) so frequootlv South are due to those Northern Democrats through DiRRcroNS-Take'two oj-three gr.inntnbed ever* your Extract of Yellow Deck und Sarsaparilla," and prices to suit the timra. Terms Cash, or when called All commnn"cntion a'lJrcMoil to the Agent at Tallahasiee !- '*}$&
second or third night If tlioy do not purge two or I now consider myself s'e. will meet with i.ttntn'ni.JOIL.c *
bottom is \\ hose asb'iitauc the Compromi s of the Constitution for. prompt .
mentioned by thcnered writers. The before take two A I entreat all r>f Iho affiit-U to this
threetimc5 morning or.e t r more. medicine
were preseired, in the late action of Congiess on the June .-*. 1:4: 25 JL WA RD W ELL, Act.vr. T'-f>
covered with an abvmdaul harvest of coral, undcerUin slisrM breakfast should invariably follow their use. for I 1 believe will cure any known disease ai the *
restored *
the South
Nebraska Kansas bill, and to a 4
aortic plants; and examined iu calm weahr. it of equality- in the Uuiou with the other States position The Liver Pill way aho be used where purging L.i 1 t orhl. Lay aside all prejudice aim-] jnst try it, anti | Fresh Groceries, P. 3.-These Gins can be ?ernfn! nrnratioh on Sliort 1 1*

sub simj>l v -ce5asry. As nn miti-billivus purgati\, they proclaim its groat worth to eufiei lug maitLiiuI, and entreat Schooner Wm. U. Cotton at the commenccn 'et of the next Ginning +*\\t\\
meadows and of the PetteB.
vcrdatrt marine Confederacy.
Las the appearance of 5. Jietolved. That lbs administration of President are inferior to none, And in d'se' of two or three them to take it, for it will curt them. PER 25; Caski Ribbed Siilee, season at the Plantation of CoL R.Vf. \V iih'uma. Gem \$ f

foie&ts. Pierce ha boirn directed by high National considerations the, give astonishing relief to pick headache ; also in LIv case is well! known in a large jxirtion of South i 5 ilo Clear doI Vim. Bailey, Gov. John Breath and .W. F. Llorrf.of "$",
Ked Sea have oberved of the stomach. CaioVnn, Georgia and Alatama. Leon County : CoL B. F. WhitBer. of ?
All who hare frequented the and we continue to repose in it the moat unlimited slight derangenients nndifar.T thonl-J- I 1C (!I'> Shoulders, Gadsdn".Co 4-- "
all thp Drug Stores in Tullahaspee doubt the above cure, I invite them call Thoma.s M. White. t N. & J. D. ?.
Uxs lusuiiaut jipearai.reorphOTr-l.orcscfci.ce of confidence; and to entertain for its distinguished For sale at and to on me, t 3 Tit-rces Sugar Cured Hams, Iarrick and k.A. >' *, -
at one Agency in every Town in the South. and I will show them the scars. I can lie t.mml i iTahlaj'oo.a in Yonnfr. of Jackfon Co. ;J. C. Anderson and C pt. ? *h-.f' '
waters.It was beautiful. *ays a petuie quei".erwh head the warmest feelings of attachment and regard.On 75 Bbls. Suptsrfine( Flour.
.1 ''motion the tmiued July 8, 1854, 2C County Alabama, one mile from Stoe'Ferry 4 40 do Family Extra 1'lour Daniel Bird, of Jeflfershn (I o't- and J. MrOebee **?* f'
following gentlemen
Cos"U! UK:* downWMih were ,
said Mocha tt
REX A J ATI IICGIIL3. Esq. and Cu]. R Harrison, of Madison '
nominated, in accordance with the first resolution, to 25 dj Whiekey! Comity. ; .4
brighlly transparent *ea, and mark the coral.; represent tbi? county in the Democratic Convention, cONUjtI'TUX, every body knows isa The Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla is iHrjliary! a- :3 do Lard, The letter from the Mill Maim&ctnring Cbmpa- 'Itt,r : ,

Int. in large masses of honeycomb rock tiiere, in to be held on Monday. 2 Oth instant, iu Madidou. for flattering (1 scase. It commence and pmgres miinsiduously ila pled to females of delicate LcalJi. re'nlUi.p from :SOO Bushel Com. ny.this published Oiu for below, gives some idea of"tie! valu of *-. '

l LgLL branches uf a pate wd hue. and the beds of green the purpose of nomuiatiug a candidate for Congress, that befiTe one j 3. uware of it, the lungs regularity of menstrual discharges, ami! other diseases 20t,(> Fine Havana Segan, Long Staple Cotton. **?"'. '.

ce.l. and lie goldeu wind, atidtbe beautiful li ll& I viz: Jowu Soell. Benj, F. Fyid, T. J. M. Itithardson: are a in-* of ulrrrt, then a sudilen exjiosure-o chan e peculiar to their sex. The proprietor has in Smoked Tonnes. -
fea W. K. Board, 1.. Carltou, eud J* Allen, from the dif I from beat to cold produces MI injtawntiaa, and in a his p*>A>ei>iou a great cuu.licr of certificates of cure JIiccoroni, Dried Beef, IlOUOxE, Mw. April, J183I.rar5r'We i"i1.) .
and the tith i>port :g around the resaiil, making coloi* fi-rent precincts of the county, ud A. B. No>es and A. few ilfeys or weeks, it in said, he or she died of hasty prf rnu-d of the above criptitn. We assure tbe Bologna Sausage, -v ;

cf a beauty to tb eye 3ucb 5s not their own. Twice R. Combd liom the county at large; which uomiua- CONSUMPTION, For all truublad with cough opting afflicted that a lutle or two of lr. Onsott's PIof xtracl L Dairy Cheese < hare uqedthef ,,

,thnce we ran on after dkranboirar twu ; &i.J sinus wef confirmed by the mectig.n complaint, we would refer to thfl advertiwmcnt Yellow Pk and Sar aparilla-nill at once regulate White Rum, ic. AT, bales of sea Iniand and other long rtxple Cottons.

Ui-iugh we were all iamih'ar wtL tl* f>parllin; of the I. motion.li'&olvtil on the ontiide of this paper Judson'a Che-uiical Extract those d'fficultic*. and renew the natural etier JtS.Q t Snr.c 21.185-1. t 25 BEttllY A ROWLES. which yon say was ginn !j on your Sealslaad Cotton ?*
That we would respectfully request the of Chry and Lun srort," which is said tu be acitiitI ? Put up in quart bottles-Price *1 i>er bottle Oip. < *'Lf'We

irarouu.l the boat at ui ht.tmer have I seen it iutLer different precincts (If this countv, to hold meetings iu 1 cure for this awful disease. ANo Azor Turkise SCOVIL it: 3IEAD. 1 Fresh Groceries and Provisions. regret in not having A larger sippTy of thl* '"

< waters s 4) Bupeilatively sp'eudid. A rope tlij.j>edui .: their pccti\e jirecluct-s and* send delegates fiom Balnj the great remedy for all diseases of the Ill Chartrts Street, X. 0., "H Cotton to pain tftrough wir work T a I rer quantity "T* t;
from New York and Xcw
are now receiving .
U nud drawn forth, came uj tu a lTHia; <>f geini : each to H CountyC.uet.titin, to be held! at New I'urt hair. Oetwral Agents for the Southern States, to whom all I would enable un to jad a more rorrectly to the re- *
Pt Orleans Schooner Elizabeth
orders must 1 ha n'ilre-sed. per and Tnylor. .. .. .a'1
the iu Dominate ... .
life and aud nwtiou thv diamond does oI lusfSntuidty August somejuiti -- -- --- L.J
with light
.UUJU1tU .
tut ,
a Sold a1o! hv I). II. Am Bariard Mitchell d Gamier Extra Flour 1
i person to ropie cut the County io the next Ucneral *, it fe Maxwell! j roller Gin. p. _
Dut know. Assembly. ip urns: Na-h tt h Co alabaee! ; W. lifers A. ion. Cl.uttu: j St. Lii'm.-i superfine do. With our erperimentu on the email Tot of Cotton .-

The northern purl of the Red S-a srmnrl w ioKi ;< Keidvtd. Tlmt the proceedings of this meeting l>e b< cee; Geo. F. Brtltzell MariaiiLu JorJuri tl IXti-I Superior Rye do.tl r received we are of the opinion that your Cotton "Gih .

the Gulf of Akabruftrid Suez, called by the GrcU. published in, the Wakulla Times end in the Floridiuu j jan i TORT OF ST. MARKS. C uD, Quincy ; A. II. Wilson, Newport; Sjir.ud Pu- <>. Graham da.RlbVtl 4l lots not injure tieS Staple of"the'Cotton, and that .-

and H-ticaas the Elanitic and 1IeroQpo1&4Z, from the J Journal ; and that a coiumittte, cunsistiag! of A. l w'tnn, Mouitieilo. I B.icon: Snles, there fa BnirojTOTeraentin tee evenness snd cleanliness .
f H. Comix! and A. B. Noves. be appointed to saperiu- ARRIVE Juy! 8, J l, *7 4 meow Clear do. d". of t ie Cbre. whk-b will wat nally increase th .
cities: that sfcxnl at their eUnite. Tk Gulfol tend the publication of the ame. j|I .Tuh2! .-P rij( I.udohar, Sk'i.fjer, 51 days from Boston Si.uj it Shaj's Sugir-ctjred Han, value of the article and reduce th,-cost c4 Manufacturing. s -s ;

Suez 01 wcctCKi arm wf the jLd Sea has 1-eeu i.n'leredfamous Rmotvrd, That the thanks of this mrc'ing be tendered ith Ice to DLa
by the miraculous pafsagc of tlr Tiaelites.-i to the President, J. G. Park, and Secretary, (S. CLEARED l TT HE Exerci #B of thii Iiutitutiuo are conduct bL \ Lojtfid CLirICe-1 do.F4ewmit' HoweTer these questions which can be more- : r. .

The exact sjwt whero thi, ev tiit vceurrtl. a e well asiLe I Miller, fur tie courteous and dignified manner in July 26.-Schr. Jenny TJnJ. Seat r?*"!, New Or- Dr. ISAAC AULI>. late Prine'rpal of the High I Hard Candies, "atisfactr rily settled fcy erpenmerrts on a larger i i -
hich iu deliberation School (Greenwood S. (?.. ail of Extra Apple Vinegar extra White Win.3 dc.Crosi s scale and ia order to *' .
\\ ihev presided over l--au, t-> Pot it Mel, with Iu LLhi at St. JoTiuV SxmiiMry accoinptieb fUj, we hope you 3j
.hU cf the spirit turpentine,
liue at n.aroh and i&rterout tncanpm) : j J, G, PARK, President.Gto. lol; bbls. rosin, 319 do. ]>itcli. at Madim. ITa. There i ianA l>v&ti n iVthe State I' tt Dlitckweir Pi'.colilly, will be allt to furmsb larger 8 .c'bcen rac, iiave IKCORU tin (4Cdre througii time Mii-Lru, Secretary. i more favorable fr a Schor.l tiiiui IVl-Air For health-1 Superior French Mustard, Cotton ginned by yodr Bea Mind Cotton Gin.

nJ change' to be trued with areur.vy," eo I fhall L! -_ in j I j JN POJiT fulness it ucoaurpas.d, trul a* it cojjH-ts entirely of!; PrcaTyed Canton Ginger, Yonrs Trimly, .

nut weary lU render uiih tVw dcrit; *fHtulation i, i; Democratic Meeting.l Brig E. Remington. J. Sawyer ; LnJebar, Skinner. private resi'leoces. the pbpii! are n.>t subject to thure Fresh LuaoL3 S and da Crackers.P.ache3 (Sbgie J.L. DAVIS" Agent. -

well tnUsfied with -l, At a meeting of 1)etnocrats of the Alh'ca&or and I evil influences to which they muftt necewarily be sxjio and Pimento Brandy HatHcy Folks "Co. Milb. ; '
L3TLf ,
thi being. Pepper
:.q puiut ] evlj iu the most moral cities and June 10.1854. 23 tf
thI I .i'< t'-i. .
Suwau CulumUa county -<
piuciBcts: Couuty, held at tL No. I Shot Scotch Snu2.
the children of 1rih did I soap Drip ,
cctti7iv that eru's dry f Pupils of both 5 xcricHvul.. Those v.-ho enter
Court House.in Aligfrtoro! the '.'4th ii"t and for the att
institution has bem in a highly after the l ALSO-800 Bushels Western Corn, To THE PL AMES S OF FLORIDA. -: :-
the proerwrons exceeding
jone h re, and that place cantxA.n xive jerIeiv j purpiwi1 of a]>]Njiiitng! Jleejjiar.inj of ,
during the pat ycsr. The building i us j a 'ssi-n will be chargH f-cni the time of entrance 25; do. Wheat Ersm.Jan Cotton Seed No -
; BertuueL i SUte Conyeuti .i, to be held at Madison on the 2ndif ; HtrmbtigtsBfleMlgned. '
now under contract fur enh.igezut-iitto twice iu ; 17,1851.24 I10DGK1S3 t SCOTT.fiice's :
)It'udav iii ,J fr the present to the end of the Sess-ioa. I: trder tx> tahlikh R Jotter
A. extent ArnKa. uly zet purpuEe ('1 nuniuathig! a I ,
(Climate. to re a" varying nawinML.sisppibutwnn
region dlmtns i LZidithite
(': fr -L
arion. in climate auJwsil. tynhjrct Coige.e on motion. 1)r. Jxiie. i in tlu" return home, jtas made arraageuients with th ,
-let taunt caturtilly coming vacation, so that the Academy at the Patent Baby Walker. f
; Jones W&ti eafled to the Ciihir, and Thowas 1ickr I RATES OF TUITION t mITNITES careful Planters'ki ih selection and improve-
of the Fall ill better ,
to roiH>iderabe! trreg-uUritiee of tenperatirc; 1:4(4, SPPointPd Sertnrv. After brief e ronuucuce/neut term. present of Walker and '
a explitrutiou t all the advantages the meet of seed, to zupply lim withCorton Seed for the
facilities PEa SEMIO.V
"VTlile llie irLaLit.a.'ts' X tLe j/aics! ctnJ vnlleys buftrVnni the object >f the meeting b>. the Clmir, ou moti that
training before. t
) ever Fir Reading. '
ht-ftt, anti e .jv!jx-qit-tokl! ouJice, thusc <>ii the liillouiug frentlcininfre appointed)| from said: I Ti e Kev.A. IL VTou w itl continue charge of the Speiiri.; and Writing. Primary; Gc- nor in many respects to nay in use, not requiring to purest and best sorts, and trill engage to furnksb! to* .

ijt mountains ansuULjed to wrap fiemscUtt in ihern }>ie.incu to SHU! C"iivi.tiou. (viz.1):) M 'M r Garrtt'Yun&ttit. En nth Juid CLwsicnl oYj-ar'meut, 'assisted l liv 'hi.s'''. For Written otaibv. Primary ArJhnvetc.Orul( ( ,) *10 00 Iw fa't< npd nor liutle V> accidents, with springs adjiistwi Planters of Florida VithlettiT seeds than baseer '. -'
JHCO! T. ( o.iilneal% Jolti Peoples. II<*. Arithmetic and Geography con- for children shorter tall. portable -wiin the before i>een brought to the State. Da will .Deliver '
iu and subsist by Intlif letert 1 E. M. 1Isms.4, in the uejmrtrafiiis Muricacd Embroidery ) tinned. ; ;. .
plunder tli -
thwnnmttcr t .
ll rrod 1500j
Iliiulersnn. A. A. tewml, Andrew. Alloc, ebild in it. and the heat movement of tie child can- tic seed to the order of The Planter'in Jiarks ni .i
id generally above OQ 'g.(lUriEg the iihri1. William Nihlhck.Iam) -, S. Joucs, SLuLal Bui ns, ilatli Coiupx-U-i.t assistiincu v ill tit provided to j! For English (Oraacmar and any other Enyli-- sing a moflcn? ; ; Si' agreeable that cbiWrtn wiU remain Newport, during the nct' fall or winter,-ncj'will ;
meet the liemauj. and the earnest .-ff<>rt wijl be made. t pro :
st !"S in the moruiug;. nod in the! >mse6f the dav it ew Mivkler anl J. T B. lsdeu, On iifjtion of Jocub i j I : tndy ,. 20 Of in them .tr h-Jtirs arau eil and delighted. Sample to duce certIficateaftSWdas to the cE.arnetrfof the articles # ... '
to render the education of t ; CMassicF
T. (i Mdbiufid Kv it was revived that the other be ecu at IlODGKISd i SCOTTri. fumiibed, and the stanHinp'of ihe f
n to 11'< and finmetimes from -
t. higtfr.eren in tie c-joln' and valuable as CPU be secured at cft Extra Fruicb .
10 .
precincts of Culuiiiliui l-o ill\ilcj IA> upjOJut delegates andy June IT, 1S3I. 21 whom .tktey are ottemed. The 'tind' ftmisbed ill
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onll si uLttdrJ parti? .Fetr flit IJu jihi! atw, Giifj j to the JlaOiiOU Cuuvcntion.j our The Female fall Colleger.will i Boarding can be obtained iu the village. \ IK ths IJig White 1exiean. the Viet, the Pitt and -- .
thi eays, that
.iftbe1auJuida, raueio 1S5 tndr the tent, Mid 35C *! suiLJilo tiiiMt to LolJ a County Con vent i Dt-nuiCratlc party, at the U wu of for the : j COLUMBIA HOUSE but will either of *
T-hon exjioHcd to tlje-suu's Aid to tJ.-! that the Alligator, i An Ordinaries supply the otbcrr-desire .. 1'
rnys. of e-aiid.id.iU-i- the Orth"grapv, Reading. Writing, and | ,
purpose nominating J.cgishitur.. PiarrterswrrhIng Seed."bin address him
I at Madiori
Thiile sear Boua&es f wy, iu the descrU Ou motiiii, it was Kf9 lved, that th'e proceeding'* of Primary Arithmetic,.. . . . .?6 25 T> amtnJ an OrJnanre rtitit.'e fi'i Ordinance i'ape Island, ? ew Jers. Court House,-Florida, post-paid .

ton; the cut, v ithout n Jntp of fail), wid as the meeting l e published. The nbo\e ith Primary Grammar, liegtilatiny tie J'vlttc of J'aUjhassre.OECrriOX f : HIS new and noptiLirfc tablishment Ls now JOSfiPH L. DUTtf3N ***,r.- kvCv

dane of temperature takes place x> * Jnuli-xi dead I AMISS. JONE, Chairman. history Natural Philoaojjiy, Com (O ('(,?nfliofl Council nf the L'lty of Talluhasft.t i '1 be Proprietor thankful for the .patronage be ha,

iln.s nccur which sonKime continue < Tnars M K1.Ei., ; .cretarv.ExPresident position. 4c., ... ... ... ... .10 00 That it shall nr.t be lawful fir any person, except the t 1 so largely received begs to assure his friends and the Land for Sale. '

for tixty d'Hft without ititurupti-Hj. iinagiue, ifr \ I Ah/ebra, Pliysical G evgruplrt.Chttnistry. ovuer or employer, to hire or loan to any slave or free 1:' public, that'the EOTEL in every department srill b- T WKX fell my pbntaibn on terms Cat are reaa. '

Witor, thht a summer in that country \iould do much i Fillmcre.i Astronomy, Mtuiid aol 1 person of ei''.or. any horse, mule, carriage, or other kept in a style Rupemr to any previous reason. Ga J. enable and accwumodaibg to the "purchaser. I;

ward* curing those who are grumbltnr so at the urr i The EutTnl* Commercial riointedly contradicts an Moral Philosophy, and Ancient couviyance vhate er, without a written permit from has been introduced into 200 rooms. Haasler'a celebrated h lieiu Jefferson County, FL, eigLte n miles East of

mjitHy warm t1LtheTe Lave hud aluting'Hi ii.timatk'n thatbraska ex-PresiJeut FilhnwV lavors the Ne- Languages..l 50Iffxtructiou the owner w t-mplov! <>f sirh slave, or guardian of orchestra baa been engaged exclusively for this Ts.lh>as3ee, in the neighborhood of "Waufceenah. It
L'.slj, Iniquity on Piano Forte with use such free person of color, elating the plate where he or 1 io use, ou J nihny other arrangeuieiU Lave been made i iaoboiee land and in good n-iair, with two Lnmlr>daod S

climate of Florida, and sighing f.-r & trip: to the So of Iiutrunmit,. .. . . . . 15 ('0'teiich she may be pf'ine, Ei 'l the time of absence, under a tending to the increased comfort and enjoyment.of the rxty acres cleared. Lami buyers come and sets '

N"rthand; would tiablc th nj to berrithomc Miys the New York Tril.une-aoJ such, we and Ori. im ntal Needle 1 |jenialtv-"fnr't .xcHwlinj, FIVE POI-LAU for each vio- uets. Application fer rooms may be made by ad- for,voursele& ANDEK30N FEELER.Mae .

d.gi ee 'f patience the inssfTc nille heat"of a climate doubt not, remarks the Savannah Gtoryian, is the w ork. euch ). . . . . . .5 OO I hiun of thb Ordinance, at tie disciction of the lateivlant. I dresdiu the proprietor at Cape Island, or to the sub 6_ 1S4. 18 tfS 3

here the thcnnotnclcr &e1dn I fact. llr. FiUiiK.ii VoulJ be very faldt to hu eaily It i is beLeved that in respect to bealibfulnou of ho.eatiuu.Tsllabassee I scriber, Ii MAR Y JOD, .

&ud where nr to'io in the tliade, history if he were not uow found on the hide of the I will compare favor bly with any Stc. 2. 'l7wr1Ii'r nrJan'ZTLatanyrhvc or free c.o. 17 South 3rd rtret, 1'biladelpuia. Jusl Received, : ?
the &DPVe j U/urcTcr iu inatiuti. anti portion of the South. Board fur fix or eLt voungi! person of colm foLDil after the hour of nine o'clock Ju1 1 N. B.-Zxtmsive stabling on the prcmissa. -
The />jw otin.-.Arabia n freqietiiJy Visrt. i by tlis I life slavery fanatics, who after denouncing jt all their ladies can be obtained of ilrs. Pr. Wilsctj.! lintj the week, or at any time on the Sabbath day or i ini Juue 17, 1854. Sr.i 24 FROM New Java York CoSee and New Orleans, '

terrible wind under wlioe influence all nature becnstoknguiJj t, time, are so much tutre ced at the repeal of the j July 8. 1&54. 27Seutteet ht in any lu-use, shop, t-r c tLtr |.hice in the city,1 : Sardines.
15 Sacks Rio Coffee
and t\y.re. The Aiabs being acc> -1| Missouri Crniiprorai e. It was with -very great rekic- copy lw ice. | where liqucrs of any kixnl. wIne, ider. beer, or other | 700 Acres first rate Land for Sax*, 10 Torres No 1 Soap, I 0 Tierce Zb1s..JeM* S. C.Pork.Hama* 1

tomed loan Atwo. Lere of great puiitj, ate said j tanee that this fcvorite of the fe6uthcro Whigs could I rpirittiotu or foriveuted drink are s<>LJ in any qunotif I rIHF SuhecriVr offers for sue his Plantation lying 10 31 choice Scpars, 100 Sacks White Corn. t -'(
perceive its approach I give his consent not-to yeto the Fugitive Slave Bill j For Charleston. f ty lcsfltban_ a gullon. ccle?* tent by huor her ma-tter, !J JL tea and a half tables n nth of Ual-assee. t'ae.-e 30 Boxes M. R. Kasica, 2 BUs Leaf L rJ, ,
by a culphun odour, and i>r tuuausual or guardian, uid have \vritteB in hnd-ed ems IrtiJf ;
employer to the tract
; permit I j are seven acres good "BbL
| I That he would have in'.the ; tr--- MIE Brig Marv Ann, now eniier-wayfrom 4 Phelp" Gin. 2 Boxes Lernoni
'redness in tba quarter f>om wifnee itconus- vetoed the Nebraska Bill, if Charleitti.u. will j that i-flect. ucli slave or free jK-r in of color shall be !f .* ran I* fmintl ic th' State-C0t> cleared! ar.d the 4 do N.B.White Rajn, 1 Cask CJainded -

Tic ky, nt other times serene and doudles, appears I j. place of General Piero-'nobody need be told-. I 1 1 rt-ns-c ti te4fu(5 of *hjjpiug) to return that immudihtely.,will pleas* l'er Lur-I lodged in jail!, and there kept until y .'cl'jck next morj j biilan in -v/o<>J. On the p-ernwes 3Taa J"od Dwel- 4 do OIJ Family Whis2 do Brown Snisi-A '
port : )
Jurid and -the j Yet Southern Whigs the arm tf thatmeasure forward niiag. uhen he may IK- lilxraUd by paving one dollar I ling h heny; ;tni loses his flplcndor, and supporters \ ry their produee, aa the \c *rlwill only rr- key, SBblsN.O.Syren. -

pears of a violot color. The air, snturoted vith jr-ap. ;I while-unbounded in their admiration cf Mr l mam till Full Io port 10 da( )a, and there my not lw auot.heu r ;, and fie jail discretion ffr. or of ret't-uing the Iitr tuLint.nt .xoeilm For any j 15 violation lasher, at of'' a'ul a rare all other oppt-rt out-tiuildirga.unity. Terms To m-uls a good easy.purchaser.thisis iddress 4 bIds Eic.! Wincliestcr 2 Tierces CarolinaWLIsey.
Fillmore cunnot find McNAUGUT A OIIMOND. 2i> Boxes Tufcaoco. .
ticea! of the finest sand, becomes thick, fiery, and unfit t tr 'I language sufficiently strong to I i!I July 1,1854. 19 ibis OrJinancej the peison i* pcr
f refpiration. The coldest substanceschange their express their opposition to Mr. Pierce. ing j uch Iiotisc.diop, nr ither pl oe. el.all !be tiueil not | the! prcmi <* ;i. JTL1OT.i Crushed Sugar, Yeast Poder .
uatu'al | We would suggest to Ihe Constitutional Union Re-1 1 i I eieeeding ten iMLu-s f yr each u3 uM, ut (Uie discretion JunclO, 15CJ. 23Gwynn's 6 doi CL-u-et Wine a
qualities; marble,-iron, and watcrnre hot and I St. John's Institute. |i of the Intemlant. [ Litton Peppe-/, --. Y
deceive publican Whig Convention, at their next 2 bbls. Lard Oil, Smyrna d Ma? ..
the hand meeting, to a:>
Uiat'touches them. 'Every kind ofr. I| 'T'HE Exeivices ofthi, Institute will l be resumed 0:1'i i S.;: J. ft it further crdnlnej Thut no aaemblage | 1'atent Reaction Cc1rIfugalJ'umI' 4 ocr- Sweet OO Starch n"-
invite this pta Osnd> .
(iistnre n absorbed, the siio is p&rchod ind thri vclcdI distinguished opponent to the aIniquity" Monday, the flUe Jwlv inst. Scholars will bet ; of ncsroas or p-eje j>! of color, in any part of tIre city, and Fire L'igiue. 2 bbls Bologna Sansagea, Sperm aud ? : : /r ;

|*r cracks us if it were in the month -of an .p to pay Georgia a second visit; or, if that t charged according to the Studies they pursue and nof, for the purpose ofelaneiug or mrrimcnt shall take j Uenneticnlly "tcale l Lob- T.ondoa Tfrters. C .

When inhaled ; oven. 1 be too jDuch to ask of him, surely they will not foil abatement of tuition f.#> vu; be kilo wed, fxwpt incases place without a written permit being first obtained I I 4 DAPTED to any situation ; unliaited in power .Clapia,ilalihat '
by men or animal}*, the 6moofi jvoJu.fef thank of protracted sickness. j from tie Intcndaiit, and any four members of the J A- certain iu nation; permanent in use ; and,withal and oa2ed'pj ; :

a painful fueling, as of suffocation, and the body to him for that with which he has already honored t- Besides the usual course a-complete and thorough i CounciL whow duty, it *hall be io prescribe the time j t so low Jn cost that they ae rapluly superseding a lothais. l- 2 bbls Oysters Beef Tongues, Eghib Brazi' Wat, 't ;

is conFumed by au internal heat, which often termJ- her. English education the Latin, Giee-k, French ajid Ott- of meeting and at wimt time they "ball break up; and I The attention of I'lantors i is especially called Z do Fulton Market 5of v e ,

o ties in conruUionn and t'eath" I man languages will be taughtL\ e..mpetont sod f ithful it shall be the duty of the ninrrlial) or city pat nil toj I [ to its efficiency for Drainage it U a perfect safe guard! Beef. 4lm nds, f4

Vbeti tf4 Gen. Wm. 0. Butler of Kentucky, has been instructors. j lirpere audi aseerublage, unless tbisordjnance a ccm- against the lf affeete t on cotton and other pl.tntatinm, Pkkled Salmon. 'idCT.a,

jw' tllcnec ra ts towns or village*, thiulahitanu I appointed' -by the President, Governor o/ the newly Tuition mill vary from ten to twenty dollars, and I i plied with. of the destructive rain of the Southern climate; Mud,, Smoked Salmon, 'Tf% 1nit Catsup. z,

hut th.nles up/tlie ekeets are t'es.r- organized Territory of Nebraska. Tbi is an excel positively payable in ndvance. SEC. 4. Kr further crdnhitlT\ia.i no person thai] Gravel, and other tmbetancea do not injure it. It ia oe Herring. Catsup... tV

led, and the silence of niglit everywhere reigtw. T/ velWs I lent ajyjoiutiueut, unexceptionable iu every respect, For further jrticular addrr HJAMES be permitted to throw into lie streets or *<}uare of.r adapted for Steamers, Maun factories Mines WaterWorks COso lilt .Ai. -or' r.,'-.,-- r, "* **" .. 'i...'.

in the ilc.ert sometime -find A ereti I aol the President has not only elected a proper man: L. MOSELEr. the citv any rotten fruit, rcxetables.dead rarcasseseu .f.nr large oitie, aad all eitnation requiring Cmaeera, -i

rocks but-if rwnote from lielUr <:e b the I but has taken him from .the proper section of the Madison, July !, 1854. 16 4tSmxafAH othernmtter in auch .quantities as to become offen I powerful pumjm. Sizes manufactured of from 25 to: a.'i.i. St. T DrIed
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dreadful they must abide the t Uuion. Mr. Harden of this State ha been appointed I sive, under a penalty of not exceeding fiyu dollars, at I 100,00 gallons per minute capacity. Call and bcntislietl :heir. cd Dried -PLZ4CC. i ;,., -;

oonwqu uc* The oy snr u, of acing I one of Ibe Associate Justices of the Territ.iry. OIEDICAL COLLEGE. die discretion of the Intenil.iut. of these f ct-*, at the Office and Warrhouse.of lO ts.ctff NaC Nr.dte 'Vkk, :

from these (Ie.UuctiTi bUfcta i ia to lie j &t on the The J'jcbideut has also noujkiated A. H. Jieeder of SEC. 5. Jlf itJ's4rt/i"r nniinfilf Any owner or occu Union Pi'wcr Company of U. S., Ko. S3. Brcadwny,I. Whii Poetive. ;

ground-uuthl they.pws over, as they idwaji move Rt'm IVnnsyhnnia, as Governor of rheTcrritoiy cf Kan- SESSION 1854-5.; pant "f a lot who shall throw or discharge, vr permit I New York-removed from No. 24, nearly opposite,, *-A c., r Cbildpen* Shqes, S

certain height in the atmoe here. Jr.tioct t whes 1 JJ"AH the either ufnuers of this Tenitory, except R. D. AjuiOLb. W. D, Prof. Tlfoory and Fractice of r or allow to J.e thrown or discharged from l.i* or her -May 27. 1 8S*. _Xm_21._ .asbs di) jaconSulcs, A small L: of Pry Ccod. .4Y'c
animals ManhaU, are fra> slaveiwlduipetatw. premises, us much waUr, or other liquid or thing of r do H&fl2 ,
even to baw down their Journal Medicine
DOBtrils! hi bead an-1 bury thir
the eand. The danger j* mot immiD Dt G. BULLOCII, M. D, Prof. in bad order, or wJJtli may ilnmage ut injure any oth TIIFI undersigned offers hw proftsalcaal servifpg inJ .ie city, for the Casb..

when they blow in qu lls, which rae tip cloud' Ixril't"TV The Richmond %V. WWT, M. D, Prof. Medical Surgery.C. Chemistrv. vr lot in aay way, cr tlie-oooupnirtj thereof, shall be r ns Physician and Surgeon, to the mbaUlafiUof tat door South of, the slor" of C.-.t J.3feginnisa;

tauj iu such quantities that JtLecom .f .ome of the w.y.ia Enquirer thus ootioes 11 L. BVOD, M. D, Pro Materia Medica nd fined by the inteudant exceedio r MW doMr ads y r ( Jefferson County. FWi-la, and is tow prer aretl to c also, adjoining the afore of S. S. KoTgi
tee to the distance impossible to j to wkichPloyed sejeoce iai lately been em. Ttcrapeutica. far every day such uulsanee shah exiat and the same attend all eaaea with which heiuay iefavu. t Will also iK-lLat A 3iioo any propeir/ desired to b* ';
few yards. ID the* caees the discredit the th-it of the Sc jitures; E. 11. Miuns, Jd. D, Fiat loctilutw of Medicine.J. shall be abated, bv order of the Intendant, or two i:. S..GAILLb.tD M. Soli?, when called upon, either in town t'r countrv.-rr ?

traveller generally liee down en tho Ire bide of his I In the Fvps of Mankin(1,' a work just fmtti th G. How AUD, M. D. IVuf. Anatntny. members of Council ut the charge Bud expense of the Ileaidenoe at Wauliecnah. SAle days Mondays and Saturdava ; tt
Camel ; but as the desert lTt.w hi) ehabuate attept is i or t'ausinig or ul low ID 5 the panic.I June 17. 1854. 4v JOHN!( fL" RHODES.uetumctr .
m soon blown 'to made person persons 4Copartnership .
up the lav- vans t.. oveiUuow Jy corps (if Sa. J. B. JtEAU. M. D.. Prof.: PathoK ical! Anatomy and I 1
el 1 of iU bo-ly, both are i the theory ,f a of Demonstriitor of Anatomy. I I Paased to Council this I2lh day June 1S54. VI and Gtmmlatnn Meidtoott.. ;
obliged frequently to rue and I They: do not undertake to estahjijab Unity I WM. 1L HAY WAftD, 1,.lenduni. Notice. April IB. 1854. L5 '
< ) J. J. WE T M. D, Assistant Demonstrator of .
r -phice themselves in their for azy tJory c I Anat
a new .
position.in order'tonvoit 1 own they agree only Attest fi. W. IlLTCHOb. C14-. nnderiicweJiave Wa .
b -ing entirely cot ertd. Jn tnairy Jnstaocen,io werer I KtH dti inc. The writer are all UPaihixij able the preys. omy. July i, 1654. 20Notice paruicrihip in tieWKOLEsAE tlay cxtsrej Inio a e )- Tract of Laud 'for Salc- -V d7
and it Course of Lectures -
I Regular in tbw
from 1 tut.just concede that thilr Institution .
book THE HE'
wearweb*. faihtneu. and -dwpiBew, 'occasioned original, research, curious information disptsy much comtBeccc on the first Monday in November; W.BETAJL [ subscriber ifilra'fcr vwl hiHS wn
_ boti Uiie vmt beat, and often. froni a fceHiff of d spairin I Iheenlation.F They have undoubtedlv, I and terminate tbe following March. Preliminary lee-: : :o.v'c3-: land in Madijon Coanty, consisting pf afcoat

Ii *i4 1.nhIuaLh emaio cu the grrnmd, and 'II I W. to the science of EthoograjiT noy lures will be delivered from Monday the 1-Otfa of October : old pit my ftock of Drugs,I would re- I thousand boct aetea of as good'land as any IB Florid*. A? 1 ,
'w-nty are buried under a'load J tar iboit uf soaring the problem they oi-st fi.i 1 until tbe commencement of the Jl uW Course, HAVI5G ask my costt>mer to call at their earliest THE XAMK AND STTLK OP There two hundred acres are clearad, JrieJanr.,
ofsarid. Ihe
avano jr. ibook will e for wbicli additional tee Jbo-required. 9tudeuta BARNARD & are on premises a good 5creir-.CUB Ho *.
are cicite seuatioo anti MAXWEUL
I and will be the convergence, ecttlo up, (by eneb old
scurej and Cin'wUh
7ieS 'wallowed up : and iio1e t. of much OOCJUNOO have free aoceas to the Medical aod Surgical Ward ofHie 'comfortable Nero Cabins. EverytlUVOntbep1JuJtationisoffey5djg.aa.u5kQ5- .
but -the
bare do note if "it
I wntroversy. we not think it will i im Sarannali "This by present' year's accounts, is not con They -wiirbe phased to seejtheJr "fiit ,
deicrt&" ruwrkbiy thee inbopitjb1 I pair, much less destroy, tbe authority of the acnpttuei Haepital. ejfteosivoxJhiusty b uuder vinient' to each them.My and 4't
the Medical control of iwo inembera of the Faculty patrons at tha old ataod of E. Barnard I. Hog3 and C&ttleth akontrtweoty- iw N gnea,all
j touching Abe.question wf the-unity of the raocs. lake frierah. tbe reacon .call at (Lids time la that I F Jr, ein of tius Mortar, if. lik
sow, dear I by whom clinical lecture*ai* delivered. Io addition corner ..Monroeand lyaad healthy. -For.Urma, apolf to the nhscri-- 4
of Oreatioo the wish to settle all "
Mibabtnt; ; of this Veatige* Typwof Jdnnkjod" wiU I to this, t.k.yh&vi jmtple opportunity for leaminR up my business in Florida, preparat"ry Clinton *treeta, where they wHl keep l>erOffl oo 4ie lantition,-.taroogb the St DIepica Post
flowery Land, ffte perplex the weak, delude the and : to-biddiug adieu to the hjnd of flowers. 1-can afu. end
Perur.g; this brief I superficial provoke practical medicine at the College jChnique which itopet general Mortment < articlM appertaining c-e. J. R REia.J
&raby's baming eio ux barre eriptio o I the wrath of fce eombatiye jwlcmic; until some man I daHy to fatient* !"beonod in Newport.-with! accounts made out..Very ., to their line of bnsiaess, and solicit Ihe-patronage of Madisoa County/Stay*0,'1854. 20 t S

StAn," or iatber I 'ou14 tan&iai, thak oiir f-genuine Science and eompetoot genius expoaes ju I Duringlhe pjwt fleaaloD. upwards of two hundred respectfully.. A. H. WILSON. tbeir friendij and tha JM GC. I--

t the quiet itars nd or iifcrior say, the great Artjf ,. of I absurdities and dKoreditadte aLiey. Unlej JhechampiuuB I were prescribed Inr and over thirty Surpical operationsperformed case July J. IBM. 2G 2t E. EARYARB.G. Ja., KewT .

srt th&t th I J rJifutnnity dechJia the iiillenftf, cod in the TROUP MXWLi
Ln presence of the StudeoU
to you in .ucb plea.a pt' refuse io meet the Adversary trilb the veapooa with I lovesiicvtion
which their faith Is MeaOed : X of Hay ward A Randolph., jd mt nd
(hey will loaa nothi will be keeping>
I I the controversy to which they Mrs ImLStL I( however g ty- P6'' ftill abundantly Ojurae of aunplted.Lecture Few': Maln'o ati-m. A FEW hundred btubela of Con re for al le athe Tobacco. gawyl as*>rt eBt.' Hia nreseo alofdc a.-Z", t t 1:
'at Wolchnton asth- I they take abeltcr behina the dagniM of bigotry $ ; 3O. Torfurtb.r, ; bemonsteatoilO.ra.dnMioa -, ( plantation of John Whitehead, six miles a large lot .of the ted,*> d he invite* all H?fcv-nda to ealT Mid w bunu
tlxtht 1U ( s nn orj ao-i by diwourariug freedom .f- information, ad. North of TalUhasxe, on the MeridUn Rnad. Apply V J'I3TrMeied H f>I %e himwl/ jieJl .on
Lathee mrparj, betray an dress paid H. L. to the trade W
fthcjr.ij at ; of post BTRD. M.J), Dean. to :r. W. SAUNDEEST be s Mat < Howe jo the city.n .
srDrcltnh1c the lerejAtiom! tctowt, iher 4.Jine 1531. 3
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iil"\, .j,, THE CURE OF SUFFERING FEMALES.TTSTANDSprecm. WhoI.ufs and.Betafl V D *I r, In,lIIiIJ 1 1I. Goods nteived per 'W9um tad adapted Wycor. ,: 'V_ CRICBtow ,
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and Xn5 e ithgs. o erior.'lto of Silk'and
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i'' tk I' tire powers in all the Dyestufli, V Surgical Iostruaeats ,brail** and Parasol, IQr,.. Io? by t1 G.April8tJ85f. .
V f, diseases for which it is 4 Ina'ngk VaUes
, .,1. r Spicea, SnuflWindow; Glaaa Paint. S'- ..14Oil CRICHLOW
.t' ealled a4' 'Valencin It It
I. .r#. '.. recommended Oils:varnisnes. Putty Mannfacturtd Tobacco, V .i
aud Patent Medicine Smyrm" .4Real Cloth r
: I V t'GH.UE! OOMPLAINTS. Glass Ware ,
1 1 V Fine Soaps Fine Tooth Pure Wines and Brandies :.Smxaar "J; Smyrna Floootings. SUPERIOR "Article .
TURKISH V of'7gtred
; THE GREAT 4'White A
; and Hair Brushes for Medicinal "
Of these are Prolapsus purposes.Paint the Floor; alia! ,* raperiorutieieof

, tr \ uti: : : .. REMEDY FOE BALDNESS, Uteri or Falling Bnulies Fancy Articles ny OIl Cloth. for furnitUre, for sal. low br S-4.Y.L"our- / *"

J 1..11c : Aad for Inrif orating sjid Beautifying the Hair ', of the Womb: Flutor Garden Seeds Fine Havana Segars.V Goods. April 8, 1854. '14 'CR1CHLOW*

,\11\, .. 4.t ; ; orWhitcsChronieln-; H* has recently received per gsAf.aS..yerand TACONET Cambric, SWM Muslim BROgBoota .

.r; f: .:: A8 Toilet Article forbMfltifyiflgtLn4 kf'pingtbe Y. flamation and Ulceration Monta uk, a Lage and Fresh lupplyot every variety I l Check ". Book" and Shoes. -

{c : .:', hair soft gloisy. and in a IwalHiy' condition it i i. of the Womb ; In- of articles usually kept by druggists. Planters and Striped Nainsook SUPER artieVof French

. l ft. .r.; unequalled. Its rxiiiive q\udlti* arc as follows:- dJcutnl HcmoiThage Physicians will always find at this establishment a full FV& Col'd" Curtain A Sop.r Low Quarter Patent Ponm, Soled "

t'l; t.! .u i"._, :{ 1st It (reel the head from dandruff strengthens the or Flooding Painful, VV V supply of every thing needed,and on the most liberal Linen M :Bishop's Lawn.V Broad Narrow Ties Cloth Leather, ,
i health and vigor to the circulation, and V DR. JOHN BULL. terms. Kid Top Gaitr.L :
1i" : ; roots imparts V Suppressed, or Irrcgu-
t' 'J 1-; prevents the AatV changitg color or getting.grar.- Menstruation, &c., SOMETHINGNEW Orders from the Country promptly filled and satisfaction Mourning 'GOods ( e. Slippers BDllm'.mJ V G'Jten. (or tale low b- i;

J. < : \ e 2d It cause the hair to curl beautifully when done with allthfir evils Cancer guaranteed, with regard both to ;prices and I .LApTiI 8,1884. U CRICIIL01f'&BROS_ ,
l1" accompanying ( excepted,) VALUABLE.
the AND all wool de Lames Black
This balm i is made from on'g: .L'K Satin
l ; up in it over night no matter how savere, or of how long stalling. quality. Physicians' prescription carefully com i B Fans. "
,. : mat receipt procured from the original Turkish km The Catholicon far other remedies in being 'The moat powerful KlDjt.n the r.M-of the flob. Dew pounded.Also I Bombazines, Hair Crape, '
t' I (physician) of Constantinople, where it I! ULtver ally I surpasses I'f'lln fupreme iu the American Urpublie. The pow r EPPING'S COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT I It Fig'd Silks French A SUPER Stock of Super FoldingSptm.H! .
; V t: osed. The turks have alwavs been celebrated for more certain less expensive and leaving the system of the rrownea bfwU of Europe tnk into inxlgninoutw. OF BUCHU. It atered do English u Palmetto Fan, for sale low by in a better condition. Let all interested when comp r'.l to that of our American Kinjt.E
4l fifr- their wonderful kill in compounding the richest per. in such a medicine call and obtain persons rop.Mi Kinjjs employ th. power Te te4 In them to December 241863. 51 V h Plain do M'nicg Sleeves & Collars. _April 8,185414 CRfCHLOW A BRD9
' toilet articles. In Turkey the aromatic a pamp'et, tnrreue the rlchri of the rich an1 lordly, anJ to nduotopeater -
frt ; ; 'l.- ..'..41r fumes and all other of which thia balm i is composed, are (free) containing ample proof fron highly respectable inlwry ant .. I.'innth.' poor ant drlieodent. Glass, Oils, White Lead, &e.t Handkerchiefs. Segars. -
hrrlt, Je.r forth with) wlIHnRues -
: of the results of its with Our American King CfN'II eqnal VERT
sources happy
almost universally known anJ used for the hair.- letters from first class use, together to the lordly oiantion ant hamblc '*bIn,rraiiy aliu f\f\ BOXES Window Glass, assorted sizes, Emb'dH'dTifs. Ladies A Superior article of Stxr*>$* MT.U
Ull'vigfs Hem St'd irdlfa.
) hair i. experienced i p1''y ldJ.ut, who rellrf and Inoaer health ant liapplnMi io LADIES CRICHLO % &
baldnfst or thin hea1 of en- to aJmloiMiT JL\J\J 100 kegs White Lead d0.1 BROS.
, hence a CUt of pure.extru "
tirtly untnovn in that country.' \\ e wish but vnt own have obserration.RErtnENcrs.Prof.u ed it in their?. practice, and encak from their the lofty and lowly the rich and the pour. 5 barrels Linked Oil, C'lric Tape Bordered April 8,1854. 14 I

: trial to to made of it ; that will do more to convince I) II. JOHN BUT.L.-H 6 Lard Oil, |
i Gold Pens.
Dnnbar. M. D, Baltimore Md. Collars & Sleeres.
you of its Yirtues than all tI' advertisements that can J. C. Orrick. M. D. Baltimore )I,1. ; XING DY F PAIN II IIIe 20 K.'g9 Zinc Paint
} P. Pcckham M. AMEBIt1!
. "I i :i.jM b. publiabed, and that all may be able at the to low test its virtues of- D., Ute N. Y.: I). Y. Footc, M. I fl; Syracuse, N. Y.; 20 packages Fire-proof Paint (bLl and i bbls.) EMBR'D Collars" Embroidered Sleeves" BAGLEY'S Super Gold CRICHLOW Pens, for sale! br ,.
in Dottle price aaJ the gr.sta'tb1esIa. Lace d
it is put up Large the Turn \roxnr.R or rnl Wom 2 barrels llcctified Whale Oil, BROS.
:4.t M. II. iliHs. M. D IWhostt-r N. Y. L. I).
Remember the genuine har the : Homing. .ff,-red to afflicted Iiuwiu.I'y; to th.u-1er- Honiton April8,1854. 14.Perfumery. .
bottle. erer 2 Train Oil SetU of Sleeves t Collars.
o cents 1 bbL
l -rJ t.I per the M. D, Canandaisna N. Y.; W. W. Itect-c M. l). Cityof Jnnnl.ion. *, the Doctor can i-ay, rel,.( \* at your eoin- Copal Varnish, ,\
Ua signature of Coiustock 4 Brother on tplcndid New York ; W. Prescott, 1L D, Concord N. IL man.1'ou hare only to nee tbM inarc! *I rrniedy. Althwe Spirits Turpentine in barrels) and at retail. A general -. .

,;: f .t, ".1 wrapper. Pamphlets can l he had gratis at the drug Stores of .hoitiil lint.uff hf.!rand pity t will f tl not.ir fJUllille.anrrpt .the proffered aasortracut, of Colors,Brushes,and other Painters'materials. Silks, et cetera. SUPERIOR stock of
.U-wrr. English.
,V;l. r. ".' FOR TIlE MARRIED.BE YE ranrm. ANT I the following Agents.D. lIaJm Thiii wOIIlurfnlme.lklnfO. dtinnj the brlrfpirio. line. D. II.AM I ES. Silks. White Satins, A French and
i... .' Mtuip1.I'-b a command that should be cheerfully! II. AMES. Tallaluuwce.PALMEll Its iiifrndurtion, hi' nurrkd )aapini-i to the h"aru oftlou'UIi. December 24. 1853. fit GLACE Silks, Black II man Colognes Real Lubin's Extracts Imt .
.& : eb-nii w who hereto- Jules Hauel'a Eau R
J' DU. LARXETTE'.SJUNO and uiad Itt a many Lustrslo or Hair torativ,,pi.1ons .
., V. obeyed by the children of men. A I J5UOTHER Mont kello, 1 It M a pMnfoI and iniH-rable ui.denleTo Florence '' Crape Liessee.BlTc .
Jl.. for regard only Wines Syrups &te. Invigorator Lyon's Katbarion,Barry's Tri
f : : ', CXRDIAL, or Procreative Elisir: prescribedAB SAMUEl. PULI-STON do. lao wim( 1IILb ." Ijulmenu K.u\'r r..tlolI,. Cain .'g'd" Tarfetons ass'd Col's.BHf j4ff.ous. .
& : : i itency ...1 Irt million with a great variety of cheap Perfumes, p
< f'': 4 MI effectual restorative in cases debility, iIflp9.it ABEL & I JRIFFINk Apalachiei.la. Killers and I'aiu KXIWIOM of glad OLD Otard Brandy. Fresh Dates, Wat'd'l1ite Silk Illusion
f. : % of prorUiw the merit* of the KTi*t "American turns. Hair Oils Ox Marrows.'Bear's OJfr.' Flesh P ,
': _:t !'j ..' or barrenHess, and all irregularities( ItLture.: DR. A. JL BJtKXLEY Alligator. tongue Klug of I'alu" a pntpanHUm cojipod nulfiy: of ..g.ln- Port Claret, Brocade BlTc dcr, Pink and Whit@ Lilly White, 'Lignid aod r.

4 t r, S' ,'. It is all thltlt profro'e* to beiz, : NHture'* great T Letter 8IMrt'led to M essrs. Bench & Brownson, blcs and root, produced by AuiencV c own rich audvVa'ould'iwk }Madeira Old Port Juice, White Wal'd Blonde Kelt. tiered Rouge, Poneet Boxes and Puft's.S r N*
those iu the married state Cream
/ .J.1. JV restorative, and remedy for cmiual Agents at Newberry C. U, S. C., by Ker. He,. C. % the I.APJM who tw alwayi competentludsei Sherry, Sparkling Cider, and Compounds Soaps and Wash Balls in
".1b' without offspring. It is a certain cure fur cmusion S. Beard of same State. ft what 1 I. and what U not a ralunble family u.edl- London Porter, Scotch Ale, Ribbons & Trimmings. bundance, for sale by CRICHLOW k great a-

4 I '::: general Lilit\', 1ed.wenkac .oftlae genital cine to do o* a fjwri.il favor by girint; the Kin' of I'ain Brandy Peaches, Brandy) Cherries, 8 18:4. BROS
.. affecti.;"in* Uuconlnj or \\hitce. As Gun:: SPRIXCS Jan. a l, 1853. inch trial, and If f.'factory,exert their intSuoucein k Sash Ribus. Black Silk Fringes, April 14
uerroua a Raspberry Sardines BONNET
11 :v., organs medicius unequalled.i Also, a certain Messrs. Buni & EJIUWNS> >-.Siua: I sml for another iu behalf, recommend it. gjiealt well and often .f it, Syrup" : .fc atin' Zephyr Worsted, -
... Strawberry Fresh
ttl invigorating The Lobster
: it i h4 u.'cd b"b.lr afflicted n"lb\on.
that ,
'f and rat "
."J. .:.. .' remedy for incipient consumption, iudigc-tion. bottle of your "Marchioi's Uterine Catholicon. IjidipamaUii>is t-hiaritabh! ,auJ when tltey induce their Lemon" II Shad Velvet Cap A Bell Worried Bindings. Needles.TAMES .
/ I' latitude, female My wife has IKM-JJ afflicted for eleven years, and a variety unfcrins frw-n "
1j Iou of mu&cnlar energy, physical Ginger Salmon Superior Needles.
1 5L : -; ;: :. It is warranted fr the i of mean has been resorted to for relief,but none they will be doing an act of btrnvroltuce that tboy can White Silk Fringes, Snak Cord t Tapes. for,:
': ;Nii weaknew debility, Ac. please obtained until received well be proud nf ThU i It a powerful and truly in.-i.ical : Pine Apple II Clams, by. CRICHLOW & BROS.
this medicine from
; : user. in any of the above coin plaints} and i* of p rk.e- was j uu. remedy for all external dbea. s, core. nwcljlnjburu<, Gauva Jelly, Preserved Quinces, April 8. l84. 14
it : Its influence seemed almost niigicul there was n innrnrJ (h Gloves & Mitts.
lest value 18 those without offspring.CACTIOX ; &C., aud for many affliTium. L V ::1'.,.f; t"j' ,{ the of Ounktock tt m.iiiif: >"st improvement, from the dnv it was taken. y.t it i* perfectly harmlcM, and invapabla of pru-lui-inj Notice.SIX .
." EXTRA.-Find name I the Vaiit iojuriou olffcta in thtt luo"t delica'.a tuMt or Sparkling Gelatine, Tamarinds, 1dtn T DIES iws'd and colored Kid Gloves
A lLHor in .
t' ma1rs
our countrylaluing
't W'11..i, Brother on tile urp ., iuil the, nflli ti fur which
( T <'n worn-out
<: your It U cutirvly uwIrss to follow the old and I
.. V find the above namt; M it has been u-ttrlittt'iY/Jun- Yeast Powders, Pickle, : tj 1liJ Beaver last Will and Testament of John'
t.. :. iKojiwes a rented,, I feel it a duty t. recommend it 'system cf publUhiijj to the public thou indd of crrtili- Islerdeceaj L,
.. .' trrffited of late. Avoid the counterfeit as you would! : tI) all Midi. CLOltOII S. I1E.\IW. eat\ of wouJi-nt pcffnrmrd by till medicine. It cn tt Corn Starsh, Salad Oil, Cashmere ** late of Leon County will present hi* final IMJVl'Uull
but teuty-fiie It'nl.llto it aud Dr. Hull ftnlCf* his Olives Buck Oanntletts.II and'ou'chtI'B to the
try ; of
poison.GCOROE'S Central Capers, Judge for Leon
IW .1. B.MAIICIMSI it: Co.. Proprietors Depot, S04 rue'i all 60.1more County,
w ll-e* reputation ou tile Kiug of 1'oiu dolu f
and ask
HONDURAS SARSAPARILLA Wwccsterehire Sauce Cocoa. Bl'k Silk Mitts a discharge. J. ISLEE Executor.
i i Biijt.l New-York. than lie rUinia fur It. ,
R f? tiI}. .V : EXTRACT For the cure of those disease nri,ing January: way 14, isi: -i. 2 Gm We would .,k. hare )ou the UlnunmtUm or Ooiu: English Mustard D. II. AMES.Defembrr Worsted January 21, 18M. 6m. 3 II i.

,? ..{v&Jr- from an impure state o.t I 1e blood, eu!I h it s .Scrofula, -4------ thee are not j\.a.-lllt\ c uipaniuiu, and we knu that 24, 1853. 51 October' 29. 1853. .43 '
r would like to dtit thtiu M kuua u pu..aabte. V Adininl trator
f : you away V Notice.
|" > ;vjf U .. stubborn ulcers skin u"weae, pimples on tlio face, S. W. BAKER, tlulil W\

i., .'.:...,,c *..* female irrtgularities and compLuuU 1 :" At I Central ATTORNEY AT LAW u BUU/3 KING OF LAIN' Just Received, per E. Remington, AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO. SIX Ji months from date, tile undersigned Adnjlnistrj.
-: tonic and luvigoratoraftfie system uueifuaUd. A FRESH supply of DRUGS and MEDICINES on the estate of Mary Wer deceased late
l' 3' .f' TVonlJ you !. curnl almost linuiclUitely, of Bowel undersigned.of the above Company. of
'; V This incdicitie u not oj'irf'lus a cure fur all diseases MONTICELLO, JKFFEU30N COUNTY FLA. Complaint I>>fent Ty,Summer Com pIii.at ih; .b-r. Mor- :\- Paints Oila"Dve-Stuffs" tc, TilE receive application for and make insurance Leon County wilVpreserlt'his final account and vowi-

t'tV", but for those nrising hum impure blooJ.It'i .- II but Cramp Oolic, IK-ad Ache, Tooth or any otiirr &oh. -ALSO50O ers to the Judge at Probate for Leon County and wk
.' i / ;4,.' merely March 18, 185. or Vila( the remedy i* aiaipie and the cure ruiu. against 1 loss by lire on Brick and Frame Buildings for a discharge. J. S. ISLER
"I"I iii CDU511OfrtRE HO>I>LKAS s.arnn.t.1cutn- Ounces Sulphate of Quinine Far Furniture, Merchandize, &c. ,.Admiawtratw
,11::. .1". USE TilE OKCAT KIN OF PAIN.Would 21. 1854.
: ; KmeJ with other purely vegetable substance of acknowladled WUF.: C. UHITAKEK, rtrand. D. II. AM EEL January 29,1853. 4 B. C. LEWIS. January 6m. 3
have ?< Swelling*, Cut, T.am,
r.oj'l is mauufacturwl with the you jour .re.
.and !2 IS:.. 1*
V efficacy April : ,
or V RESIDENT PHYSICIAN .W., UruiMf, or a'uy ether wounds Lmed, w" repeat Notice.
I 8f'lorl1hun,1 of the Sursspaiilia being ,
\ cart the
preatfut it
i r.: V J', subjected to the strictCHt chemical t rt*, ncd its gcnulutnws ; TALLAHASSEE. 31.tGICAT.KINO or PIN. FRESlTGARDEN SEEDS, Extensive Assortment of SIX months after date, I shall present my W t-

t. Vr:!-4 V V,. aKertaiu before being used ; aud it contains: OFFERS his profceional pcrviros to the, citizens of Would you be cured of Scold Head, S'I! Joinff, SoreThriint SPRiG AND SUMMER GOODS. and vouchers to thffllonorableJudge otfro-

"r ..:\, V teu times AS much r un. Honduras Sarsaparilla as any f-e and \it llit.r. Oflicc first d<'x-r East -uraliriaSiiri! IJreasf, Luiu'>.j>.T.rer..r IlingWnrui ORrtWTII OF 1853. bate of Jefferson County as executor of Paul Ulmer
\: ; lIt Ulliuin.' Hifr* of l'..i*>liojK I lu- -t*. Thapped: Flat late of*aid deceased'and for
wlf.We of Poet Office ClI.bb Bests Ac. County ask JwrnUckxi
1 t S .'J' V j. other ever ofTfrrdfoi' building, immediately adjoining Dr. Hauls, and ali oilier Sores, either dry or running e. RUT.Daga Turnip. ge ,just T.1EIR & RUST would respectfully call the' a
i t't: : t.: have cudeavoreJ, iu GrorcjcV HouJiirns SaraRrilla Xu.h.: bay .,;*iu ttud oijiiii, TO!& uexti ii l'r. Jthu UultsLIptJ D. H.AMES. Ii. attention of their customers and friend to the BXtfn and discharge as such executor. JOHN ULMER.

i 4 V I }> to give to the public a MtJii'iru; which on be January 14,.185. '1. 2 ly 0. 1'.UX:' December N.! 1853. 51 !*re and tasteful assortment of Spring and Summer Jefferson County. Feb. 4.1854. 5Wiknlla .
do tor them lathe da..iof di, --- -- --
J. .', 'V ". depended upou to ( eaeesto Would! you be cured of Kinx Kril. (.anc..r, T"morl. Metallic Burial Cases. Goods!which they are now opening. Consisting in Iron,Works
.' > which itiu adapted) all that Mtdiciue am do; and A. PERRY AMAKER, EruptioDD any % .-:'e of abe akin railed by impure part ofGenls ,

.; VV .. oufi'lout that we have d-m II o, wo leave it to th<' blood, then UM (Jr. Juhn Hull' Sar.a.iniU; iuurnaiiy, Black 1. V &l7d@[ .:musv .V L& 'Yt and the Kin; of Pain eXlerD>I,, uothiuj cau bn more
{: .: food common KSseofthtprt decide( BETWEEN certaiii thau;a ipcedy aud etlcctiul cure. It It .4 Lustre" THIS Establishment is now in full operation. AH

'I; V. :' ,.?.V : V. *i/i extract of the FCKE UWNUCRAS SAHSAI-ARIU-A: and TALLAHASSEE, FLA. BULL'SI'BINCIHAI. II '$ "Casbmcretto u ] will be attended to with promptness aDd
DR. II II all work done
: thema11/rrtltal.rt..acttt..CKIJOrtM.ltu CJl/WIn : Drap D'Ete with neatness and dvpntcb.
a.VjI. May 21, 18!3. 20
f.' ; ; ... Knrtapnrilta now sold. Then bo not (k ei/J. Re- OFFIOK, II Merino! .* All kinds of work, such a? Steam Work Mill Wori
V Fmi Ciioi SHUT, Ost Dooa BELOW Mii, rpIIE undersigned keeps constantly on hand variL -
< orttoGEOHGE3lIO.N'IJURASSAl3Al'AimLAmid II Paletota Gin Gearing.' Sugar 11ill. Circular Saw Machinery
f' V IKIS sizeII'of the Patent Metallic Burial Cases
KT. -
1 will be rewarded and It II hanir.g. I'ul1i'J". lLu !. Plc..tgh .
t' ;l. .. you by a quick! easy cure. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW mentioned in the certificate. Drap D'EtaClouded ;er Castkg' Ems
't- :. ;:. ... TO THE LADlE-You Lo wLJi a loiutiful lolL 3ALE BY &MKRClIAST3TUReCCni- aooompanying J. A. EDMONDSQN. 41 Marseille* V Castinge.&c.: 00, Sugar KettI". or any size, bp&

., ,. .V lear kin, free from all pimple1, blotdw, and impuV Tallahassee, Florida OUT TilE UNITED STATES. It Wallace Cloth Frock Coal, constantly en hacd. All work done in uch an establishment
::. : itien abandon the use of puiuU and mixture! II Cbambra. Sack'' M I will be dune by us, with H particular
.. .V i we say tV 39 Office up-ftairs in the Clpit..ol.m, ( iat'ly D. U. AMES, Agent, Tallahassee. WASUINOTON, April 8th. rrgvd
,l" and ll lura : II I' II U to the stnrcgtb and durability of the work.
u.e.the penuiye Jeorye's \n< Sarsaparilla: the Senate Chamber. Oct. Kremlin
: : adjoining! [ 9. 40 April 23, 1851. 17 6ni 3frs.a. FlAx AND RAyMOND
.4 V ..
beautifies ,_. Competent Woikmen always in readiness to
It the : -
removing put
V.' complexion every parqV -- Fancy op
0" GEXTLKMCS We witnes l the. of
.\ ..i4.; "' tide 1 of morbid or o teased matter from the l l.>"d, D. P. HOLLAND, Spring and Summer :- e< utility" your ornamental Brown White k Col'd Linen .. 4 Engines,
; '. V.1 V : .... ::;' waking it purr, ttullhy and vigorous; an,l changing ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, the remains Patent of Metallic the late Burial lion. John Ciu.C.used CalhOUn to convey to White and Buff Mar *ill<>. ViU, wr3 be liberal, and all work ']-Ie Bfrirtlrfrr

V t\iY\ the yellow and dark countenance t<> tL" U >oni ni \r ; ional .
Florida Jhe Conijres Cemetery which impressed us with
of 'outb.It Qulnty, place. Tallahassee, or Quincy
11 "I: 1.1r treKnnc ) receiving, at the wdl known ttauu uf A. B the belief that it i iot the beet article known to ( Brown Linen
us ortranssirtiug
; { .,-,".4 This medicine is put up in large Mttlcl',OM of which, WILL practice in the Courts of the Middle{ Cir NOW. -, a flue assortment ofIlEADV the dead to their final Black DrapD'Ete Pants Liberal price pwd for old Iron. Copper and Tina*. Vi''
; :{, IX vlanis rqval! to Ill ofatiy other tncr wndt.CACTIOS. and Juckuon and Franklin Counties.Oetohcr [ roetinplace.With 'a Elastigno All letters must l be addressed (poet pttiJ) to
1f .-Find the name of Comatwk t Brothers Sa.: 1P52. 42 tf -: IADi: CLOTHING, respect we subscribe ourselves, \ ours,
4''.... :( ----- --- suit'iUc) fur axial Summer in II. Clay, D. R. Atchiswi, Jeff. Davis 3 Newport. Fla.
." .1': on the and you will get the geuuing Georjc's Spring wear comprl-iiig Queens Cloth Jauuary21.1SU
VV4. : wrapper Lewis Cass A. C. Greene W. R. I
'. ; _,. 1 llflnlr1rnr42n4ri1. ).. WILLIAM SCOTT part the following articles King "
AM' ,. _.. : White and fancy LTnea Dnll Pants: ,
V -- '-' --, Tobacco.
*-< ?' Tm& All orJersmutt; ; directed to COMSTOCK A \TO11Y AT LAW Brown and Whito Navy Drill Frock & Sack Coats, D. S. Dickinson Dan. Webster Henry Dodge, Blue and French: Cott OLoAde.It Manufactured
i J. M. Mason J.M. Bernice, W. P. Manguia. RECEIVING further stock cf w oIII9 200
and White Liiim Drill do a
lo d
DROTHEH.S, Xo. 2 .SL I'tt.r'l Placn, (rear (.f \tor Fancy MOXT1CELLO FLA. October 1. 1853. 89 tf Manufactured Tobacco at I lower
House,) New York. I'iice U per bottle, or *>ix l>ot- Cloiniod and Whito FriK-k and Sack Coat, Linen Bosom Shirts. Merino Undershirts, assorted ,

; tlesfor5. _July__ 30, 1853. ,_ 30 ,_ tljan __ Stiiftcd. and Plain Giti!liam Sack ConU, Leon County lion Works. Gents fashionable Black Silk Hats prices than it can b borgbt iu any of the large mar
"Jf > 15l'k and Col'd ,I'gtt Sack Frock kets North. Trad.rs will do well to examine surcplet
Soil only in TalUlia!!ee by EDWARD BAR Drap and Coats TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. 44 Drab Beaver "
; EKSKINE k DIMVOIITII, (I., do Sinninor Cl..th do do n before ordering tleir Spring stocks. Will forward
a :: NARD. Johnson & Eppes Monticello E. Seixai Black fur. Drab brush and Pearl Hat,
V 4 : Tbomasvillc, D. J. Dickenou, Baiubridge. and by one ATTORNEYS AT LAW WI.Hfl awl- C.1M Diill PauU, THIS Establishment a now in full operation. All Boys Black V r :* will be attended to with and credit lit will le wbtre
t ; r 'z.V taan iu every town. Fancy MiircilUd Partts, promptness, Infants fancy Pearl Hats, to ot April given any quantity
MONTU'ELI.0 AXD QflNTY.Jcucv all work done with nuatneesand < is D. LADD.
I ; Fancy Ca; Miu -rc d.! f'lr Summer wear, : required.
I 4
::$ -**' Executors' ERSKIXE, Quiucy" .S. DILlI'OIlTU, MOhticdh I'.lk Drap (l'Etl.t1t: < & Notice. Gin Mill Circular Saw Ribbon of all qualities. Bonnet, White and V
July 23: 1853. 29 P'atify mid White Marseilles; VcsLi, Gearing. Sugar Machinery Cap
|: $ I ,V4 SIX months after dat, to-wit: on Friday the 21st _._____ Light Spriug Silk VcsttAIJ50 Shafting, l'ulleys, Hangers Plough Castings Brass Coolored Satin Ribbons, Black, White aud Colored .Asa May.adimuiiitrathr of Richard l

: Probate for the County ofGadectan. my account: aud DOBY & DAVIDSON A ijeiicral asMirnwnt of Shirts. Collars. Glove", Craw ooiMsUully i>u .'. All work done in such an e tabliahmeut Ladles Dress Goods bis own right. aid Margaret ). Cole,

; it vouchers as Executor of the Estate of Reu b'-II H. Hick?, val, lldfiery, Drawers, UnderhirU and various other will l be done by us, with a particular regardto Consisting in part of- wife (said AsaMay, Complainants. In Ctar. ry,

deoeased, and apply to the Judge of said Court, for a ATYOftWSYS AT LAW, articled too numerous tn mention.( the strength and durability of the work. : Plain and printed Embroidered Lawns, r*. I in Jefferson

; filial discharge: of which all parties int'rf'lltf'cl, will QUINCY, FLORIDA. A full a&mrtnient of Clotha. CaAnimerea, Vettinj, Competent Workmen always in readiness to put up Black and 2d Mourning. Burwell McEride,administrator of ..C unty.

? : please take notic BURWELL WILKES, WILL practice in the MMdle Circuit of Floiitla, which the subscriber i ill prepared to manufacture to Enginca, ttc. I Plain, Printed and Embroidered Organdies, Alexander It. Murray. Alvin May Middle Ccui

1' : : Executor of It. B. Ilickn deceased. i in the Kaptern Counties of Wewt UmiJa., order on the thortett notice iu the most approved Terms will be liberal, and all work done strictly for I Black, White and Colored Jaconet and wife; Caroline )IVI/May, and the

January ", 1851. 6in. S AH business entrusted to their care will receive prompt style, and best possible manner. All in want of good canh, or accepted orders on some business firm in this : Black and 2d Mourning and Colored Bareges, children and beirs of Rich F.Cole, I .

V V j.jjv attention. Clothing call. place. Liberal prices paid for old Iron, Copper and I I Black Colored, and Embroidered Tissue, and Caroline Cole, deceased. Defendants

: FAIRBANKS'PLATFORM December 21, 1R33. 51 JOrders from the country promptly attended lira*}. : Plnin aud Printed Heniamy. j
; .: V tn, by A. li C'LAUKE. All letters must beaddreued (post paid) to Black and 2d Mourning and Colored Giaghamaof TT appearing by affidavit of J. T. Archer that

V SCALES, BAKER & MclVEll, March iS, 185-1. 11 J. }I. SHINE i CO.. Tallahassee, Fla. qualities, 1. defendant, Burwell McBride resides out the Stat.

1 .VJ44IV : -_ March 11 1844. 10 of Florida it is ordered that aid defendant
ATTORNEYS AT LAW Edging and Inserting of all descriptions, appear
VV TALLAHASSEE AN!) QUINCY. FLORIDA. Copper, Tin, and Sheet-Iron BROKAW'SLIVIRY Colored Parasols and Parasolets, and answer the complainant's on or before l\>
P. B.
-ALWAYS RIGHT, THi: ACKXOWLEDOKn Black and 2d Mourning Parasols and ParasoUts, fir! Monday in August next,otherwise same wii
4T V; 4. WILL practice in the, Middle and W strn Circuits: IANUFACTORY.i1THE be 'aken him. Provided a copy
8TAXDAHW. AMD Sill STABLES Gloves of nil d ption', ., pro eottfesso against
.L'l, and in the Counties of Decatur and of this order be in some pub-
Collars and VisitUe published newspaper
New York FAIRBANKS A Gx 89 Water st. Spring ,
Agents- Thoma all.nOLUXG Subbcribt-rs
itforni the citizens of Tal- TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Liaea Cambric HandkerchieJ, lisbtd in the Middle Circuit of Florida for four months

February 25, 1654. 8 6m KAKER, A. X. MIVEIt' -'(-c mid ti! furniundinj country tlmt ... a next preceding the said rule day in August next

I now prepared tfuiniib cujtonc-rs 'T'UE Proprietor would inform
DAVID C. WILSON Talla"a. u. Quil/ I' with all kinds of ware, wholesale and retail in their 1. his friends and the JS \ Ladie's Saddles Velvet aDd Plush scat March ((4th) 11, 1S54. 4m 10 jujge

January.. 1654.: 1 line of bu incsii V public, that be baa rebuilt Gents Patent Leather Entanl Saddles, -

: ., ,r, i pleasure in calling the attention vfliis ens- V JOSEPH II. DuPOXT The Subscribers call the IIttt r.tioll of the public to his large Brick Stables at the old stand and is now .. Spanish I' PROTECTION INSURANCECOMPANY

;.: Jtoiutrs aud the public,to the choice aud czUnsi V their assortment of Parlor Cooking, and Woo i ritoveu, prepared to accommodate his friends and customers. I. Tennessee "

; :.s3iJ assortment ofSPR1NG ATTORNEYQU1NCV jj LLW, of the latest style; nil trimmed in complete order, at He also has attached to his Stables a good Blacksmith Russet. It HARTFORD CONNECTICUT,

1 the lowest market price. )J'leafc call a Stock $300,00
: FLORIDA and examine Shop. where be will have don all kinds of Spanish Capital -
before iiurdiasing elewhere. Al*., Brittanuia and, Plantation work, Horse shoeing, and Cairiage work Patent Leather Quilted Chamois Seat do. : undersigned, Agent of the above Company

xliicli; he has jiwt received by all the recent arrivalf), 11TILT VV continue to occupy the office recently' OC 1l- Japanne l Ware, Load Pipe, Sheet JCine, Shett Lead, in the very best manner and with prornptncts sod Bridles,Martingales, Riding. Buggy and Carriage I TIlE prepared to take risks against Fire en build

nud U now opening for iDlfp C flD. In the disposal jiied by the late firm of (. H. & J. II. DuPont, House-work Routing! Fancy IIculll fur gutters Guttering dispatch.November. Whips, Valises, Carpet Bags Ac, Ac. ings and their contents,ou the most favorable termsF.

whereof, he ]ilvdges bimmslf nr.t tu be undersold upon and to practice in the adjacent Counties of the, Middle 1'lpet-,Shopwcik of every description dune 5, 18lSS. 44Wanted Hardware And Cutlery. H. FLAGG, Agent.

;-r. ;(' the same term, by any house in this city. and Western Circuit Ho will also attend the terms with ueatuce Bud de8j atcli. Tallahassee,November 5, 1863. 44

; VV .:_- Amon tie above may be found a very rare and of the Supreme Court iu Tallahassee and Marianna. WHITE i SLUSSER. Knives and Forks Pen and Pocket Knives.Guns, -

.b: choice selection IJCLailts January .1', 181. 1 October 1853. 40 Shot Pouches Powder Flasks and Game Bags.Trunk I
V $;LIVtV if in A O DRY OR SALT 11IDE3 for which Uwoijjueei DR.JOHN P. DUVAL,
Door and Pad Lock Cast
Fine Dress Goods Box *, Steel Spades and ShOVels -
Notice. A.- V' marKet,price wiu oe paul Dy
..,:. SKY-LIGHT DAGUERRL'tGtLLEJtY ootot.er 15. 1858..u HEIR & RUST. Colhns Axes, Chisels, Augers, I'lanes, Cut-nails, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
consisting iu part of 4 LL persons interested will take notice that six Iron. Blacksmith's Bellows Hammers, Anvils, Stocks OFFICE AT THE COCTIT HOUSE. ,-

,4- Brocade Silks Bcrngo Kobe*, Solid CoFdJ J-V months after the first publication of this advertisement OVER BAKXA&n's DKUQ STORE. MONROE HOUSE and Ditto, rew'plateVieta. Hoes, Corn Shellers. January S3, 1&54, 4

4-4 Black Silk and( Figured, I intend to apply to tho Hon. Judge of Straw'Cutters, Cast -Plow-points and Sweeps Trace -
Fancy Silks Robes White French Probates of Leon County fur a discharge from my 9MIE subscribers respectfully announce to the Ladies TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. chiascd5e. Insolvent Estate Notice.
and gentlemen of Tallahassee.
.d Crape de Paris, Woikeil.B Administratorship of the estate of William IL t'Ck. and vicinity l HIS well-known bold hanng firm Groceries. *
.V V : .. < and splendid Berage Delaines that their Gallery is open daily for the reception of passed STATE OF FLORIDA, l
ragosnew eubrough, visitors Sundays exempted. Miniatm taken IC all j1ilLVJthohands of Mr. E. P. Moore into those of Sugar,TellS Coffee Rice, Best Pale Otard Brandy Madison County. ITOHNH.PATTEBSONexofEcio .

:. styles, Figured Ciiallica, ELLEN A. BHOCKENnBOUGII, Adm'r.June sir.-* aud styles of the art. Ladies mid ( the undersigned; ; the new proprietor gives notice to Old Rye Whiskey Rectified Whiskey Gin.Rum, admillistraf or
Solid Tan Brown gentlemen are
Challey Hcrages, 17, 1R.'i4. 24-
;- $t ill the public that he ia prepared to entertain transient and Madeira Tobacco. Snuff. Cigars, J this Jay filed
Drabs, Steela, Orecu Printed Lawns -- 10\ II to call and examine their Ipecimlma.[ : Wine Sherry Hugh Armstrong, deceased, having
Vt: II Pink, Blue, Black and Tissues different styles, Notice.SIX .V. M Instructions given Li the art, aud all kinds of and permanent customers with the best the. house affords Candles' aDd Soap. Witb a variety of other articles ui the Probate Cube of said County a"written 6Bgg -

White Berates, liuttlius of all kiods to. Duguerrtau materials for sale. and at as reasonable a cost as the times will admit too nwuerow to insert here. gestion that be believes said estate to \Q insolent:.
,Lcn months alter tho date of this notice I shall'
of. The
4t: i ALSO, a full assortment of the KUHXS & BAILEY. house is well supplied 1 with servant, and Tallahassee, March 18, 854. 11 It is therefore ortUrtd That all persona ha10>
to of
Probate of
application Judge Madison
b i4 2 Laces and Embroideries, Hats and Cops February, 1854. C ly every convenience to make guest comfortable, and claims against raid estate do appear and file tlw an*
.4 Florida ftir
Gmflty discharge administra.
as the
my proprietor will spare no pain to pleas those who in the mann
Boanets and loots and Mt. Books Stationery in the office aforesaid,
Trimmiogt, tor of John Coleuiao decenned.VANSRANDELLAdmV.. favor him with their Blank Paper, of August
Parasols and Fans Wood and Willow Ware MONTICELLO HOTEL. may patronage.An excellent prescribed by law on or before the 7th day
? ,
L4 .4b i stable PRESSES PRINTING &c. .
Livery adjoins this HoteL C. A. BRYAN. COPYING 184. jMcDOAW.Feb.4
d OloTes Hose Ac Hardware and
+ Cutlory May 20,1854. 20 NEWMAN
6m 1
V j CAPT. having closed his Hotel Tallahassee, January 7, 1854, I tf RICH & LOUTREL 1854. 5 6m Judge of Probate.
Liidiei Gaiter, Hollow Ware and Iron, .lti the sub
it: Tics and Buskins &e., Groceries, Ac, tt, Lc.. Notice. hued up that large awl commodious Brick Building Valuable Lands for Sale. 61 WILLIAM ST., NEW YORK CITY. of Charleston.

Gents Dnees Goods, South of the Court ilonsc formerly occupied Tav.ru .f the lands belonging to the estate of Henry i trill consult their interest by examiningour Bank
L' '$ months after date I ntnl! present final I as a ANY BUYERS Port. Florida.
ac- New
AnJ all other articles required by lie country or SIX and vouchers to the Judge of my Probate of I by Mr. Goodbread, anti kuowu then as the Banner deceaied may b. treated for writo//y; by stock which we offer at the. LOWEST AQENCr McN AUGHT A ORMOND.
town consists in the i
retideat ID fine stock rattier i
our House takes this method of application to either of the POSSIBLE PRICES.
Ma'lii informing the that Executor*.
&: fcubstantial realitiee, than in puffs aod outward ap- and ask on to County be dibcLarg, an adnnniatrator sd fn m my of aJm Lucy o drawn.Lip.Roberts, : he has converted the said building iuto a Hotel and MARTHA GEE, Exoevtrix ACCOUNT BOOK FACTORY. Book made to Newport. January 14, 1S34. 2 _

It. pearances. JAMES: ROBERTS, Admr. respectfully solicits a share of public patro nge. No R.K..CALL,. pattern paged and printed beads, in every style re I Goods. ,
I, V April JI, lUt. 15 D. C. WILSON. May 1\, 854. 18 6m I pains or expense will be spared to render those comfortable C. H. DuPONT, f E010"Fybraary quired. Also a large stockSBANKS. 'on hand MiitaoJ for Cheap ccmtetpst

: I who may via his bouse. The well koovrc Livery ._ 18. 1854. 7 'm [Sentinel INSURANCE and other Companies MERCHANTS THE Subscribers in tte*

4 :i DH. T. B. LAMAR FASHIONABLE SPRING Stables formerly kept by Curt Newman,are eon ,Courts, tc.: also in large quantities for the L a new arrangement

..:;'; OFFERS his Profjtssiwal services to the public. & SUMMER noeted with the Hotel. E. }.. ,BLACKlJUIiN. MILES NASH cV CO.. NORTH, WEST and SOUTH TRADE. mmmm buainew as makes it oecetM11t* <**

;a VV be found at the former re.idene of Dr. CLOTHS AND CAS8IMERE8. lloutioello DeccmU'T 24, 1WJ._ tl Dealers in Medicines &C. I WRITING PAPERS. Cap Letter, Note and dispose.of tEeiir present stock of,Goods. This df'.scw>

'V James Htrater on the Thonjasville road eight miles AM Drugs, Ledger Papers front the best Mills in the U. S. FOREIGN consists eta gooc1supply cf Watcher every

from Tallahassee. I now receiving an extensive assortment of WOULD inform their friend and tfc. puHk, that : PAPERS,TISSUE,DRAWING, WRITING lion i. Jewelry, Fancy Goods Cutlery, Guns, FIate

January 28, J 8U.. flm* Cloths, Caseimerec. Vt-stingn, Drap d'Etc, White MEDICALNOTIp. on has J a good assortment such COLORED de.STATIONERY. Ware, and rwnerousotber articles, whfch they p1edP'
4iiI Brown and FMKJ Linem, White and Figured Mar -.1 1- articles as are generally kept b their line of business, and themselves to sell to cash enstomers at greatly J
scill'fl, all! of which I am prepared to maLe up oo short DRS. WM. F. ROBERT 4 /. tv. EPPES and will be reeairiag regularly Oresh aupplice. Their Fancy Staple a dosed priee: TOWLE A }- -
Rice.RICE extensive and Cards
assortment Envelopes
complete ,
notice, iu tLe most fulnoaabM styles and located in Tallahassee, and associated
i oti reasona terms April 15 18.54. 15
shall 1M reueuahl.Ta1lahasaeeApri1tth.. ,
Inks Gold Peoa and Pencils,Stool Pens .. -
I themselves
io VV
in tierces, half tierces and barrel.now landing bletermLALSO- together the practice Mediciae, offer : -
?; 16SX. 14, DIARIES FOR 18fi4. Time and Week Books
b Also their Pr.lc..ionalle"iees to the
per Magaolia Middling or broken side*, public. V -NoticeQIX /
S for sale fay McN AUGHT:,A ORMOND. JL LARGE AND WELL SELECTED BTOCK or tlT Office over the Store Mosses Betton Higffs Negroes for 5aI Tariff oltM U.S. teret, Advance Discount, Ex.. month after date, the undersigned admina*'*'

i; Newpori !.ll, 1664 10. R ADY-MADE CLOTHING, Residence of Dr. Robertson at the Parsons of t[be LIKELY"MAN, about 3! ysarsof and a "Mge,od other useful books for Bill the Counting BudI Labels Room : .O trfx of the estate t of Jot,G. RawU dceeueJ.ll\t.t l
I Chureb. WM. age, Job Printing of Cheap Cards
; F.
VV : Consibliui ia part of OuLmarette Frock'and Sack Episcopal ROBERTSON 1 of Oadsden will her final account ana
her ( !
Woman about 22 with euc diildrsn. rtieLITHOGRAPHY
C4n J. years Checks, lAw Cues,
NEW YORK. Coats Fancy (MoreIIt'rock and Sack Coat Tweed Jsn.28.a4. 4 W. EPPK8. V of sail County,aw
vouchers Pfofcate
or terms, Ac., .nquie of F. H. FLAGO.. AND ENGRAVING.V Bonds, to the Judge of
Sacks Drap d'Et.e Frock, Sack aDd Business Coati Dies cut ask to be discharged ELIZABETH RAWLS,
IS 8S4. Exdunge ,Cards
CALDWELL April 11V illa
BREWER Notice. Oertifieat
I Stock
.. Alp cca'Sack and Buijeess Coats White Brown VV ; Admioistratrix'V
Jo' ao4 embossed in the,best stj lee.Iv' March 18,1854. 11 tot -.
.4, 8UCOESSOBS TO CENTER 4 CO,. C&pllmeN rancy .Lioja Pants Coats Bkck Drip TBt and Summer 'mIlE nder igued'bavu'J engaged the 8tJ'\'icel or FIe and Marine-Insurance-" and Ewfcpe The Trade, Country Merchant and Dealers: : .

I V V V blte White and Fawy Liofn Putt, _.I_ oteteflt 1'uter for be eliildrcD,is willing a Savannah Mxrtoal at loW prfo* ,'ill<,aa.tiUea to .uiU I''Y'ritr Live IJaelt!
fanc to .muis kay supplied
CEVEEiL neillee
ttlllllSSlOIMEltlllTS eadYaecy Ve reo Cowpany. : "
4 V ", Silk VeeMShirtaOottaNCrant.e. and Plain I ceive 5gbt or ten pupils, (male and (ernaLs.) u board THE established an' Ageqey ia .Um City, will Order by Mail eeuted with promptom.; 200 CASKS freahlim laading p5V55Lr.ISnoUsaaZfoiu1e.
V JVV: 20 OLD Underaliirls.Draw. io his family, for the term of ten months V ;: AXOUTREL, 81 William it, N. Y, V '
SLIT! i aJOB V "
eve O1veI. Hosiery;&c. JOHN pRATOKIUS. cormncucinc take Fir. .nd Kariu. riak.- cia "0 most(svorabe! V d OIUIO .D.
For further Stationers. McN4\uGnT
Jhl 18, IBbL 19 ly April 8, IBL. U I ArrilUt particulars. apply to : term AI'PJyto' THO. J. PERKINS.. Agent.. 'Importing"*** nfaetvrinz

: : I lniury 25,1831. GREEN CU AIRES. J Afril 15,1634. 15 Om April 8, 18t 15 V 8w Newport March 1/sM;* -ID- J

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