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 15, 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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pSI ,*: AT"JaIftS.A.OOLA.- t receive 13000. From this language, I The board .. ..- vy j* *et ami tile&I.i ,' .. ;. i : 'TLn :. .1"; .

U"011 should infer that at.the tint t11ll contract was carefully worded instructions with ample'Utitnde no discretion oa this! point!I1atJvetioo, and that,it left lber.it v CukaIc1AiT's. Oe. l i j toM nMof the- testing of t I1";':1
entered into, We Department had doutiti as to allowed to supply any notable deficiencies wise desired that the dock should be hauled --.P1..ruu !S this wild experiment at tbe Peosae*!*
HON. JACKSON MORTON, the pcopriety having a floating gate to the therein, to make a close, critical l and into the basin. SIB,:-The testing the --- ataG.to march .1a t "

basin, and reserved to itself to direct it to be comprehensive examination of the apparatus In reply to this requisition letter dock, basin, and railway, in their report of .,caa ocavaf O I t b r "!'"
23 1654 .
IN THE EBXATE, MAT was received
f1OJIDA made or no:, as thereafter May .28, 1853, to future try. result has proved the
OT might determine named in the contract with Gilbert & Secor, from the "to take the rrere a on Te correctness '
agent rpr
If the gatewasmadethe Government to as a balance flaing! dock, basin and railway the .nbjec of te floating gate, the of hts eourw, and the wisdom'of lu-
\De repart or the Secretary of the Navy, waspny floating dock into the basin, with the present t.caf t
o n joIrenes/ to thft' dry dock basin and 813,000 font: jilt was dispensed with, to ; looking to its parts in detail ; to its l loaded vessel i in the dock, for two reasons, probable of expense of working and cost per lion to which he came ; for this ex- f I:: "e "
pay nothing. This, I hold, is the true uses as a dock batin snnntn repairing and taking care of the pertinent there basiumy retarded "
/jJJ at the Peoaacola navy yard construction separate a and a: railway riz : first, that there i il not ten feet of water in dock which etiu1atit !
ot the contract. The and to its they now have the honor to sub the advancement of fear
MORTON said. Mr. President there Department completeness as whole, in the basin ; and secondly, that the contractorshave : 'ya %):i
Hr. did dispense with it, considering it entirely order to test the principle, conveniency, mit.The years to come. Had not Congress been im- f
power never proposed to the dock in the
port of the Secretary of the Navy, in refpome i useless,and even an incumberance ; and, in and faithful construction claimed for it bv basin, bearing a ship with put all her test of shipping the floating gate was posed upon by these humbug wooden doks t1i. ,
armamenton : :
to a resolution of the Senate callingfor made on the 30th of it would
my humble judgement, the Go'crnmentshould the contractois ; and to form an opinion a"- board." May. as it should hv done erethis, -
information relating to the dry dock, basin The time occupied in it from its ;
not have paid one dollar. to the performance or non-performance of the The board, in stated getting mad appropriation a stone dock-such *V
reply, that if the
.ou railways at the navj yard, Pensacola, 'fhe Bureau informs us, for a reasonable stipulations of the contract. Under this view persisted in their a- moorings at the side of the basin to the erct at Norfolk, New York and BO't "
scuts to take the
was received tome five or six days since, and consideration, it was agreed to be dispensedwith of its instructions, the board duly notified the dock into the basinit, would be sition of shipping was one hour and ton. cannot now look forward to the day 11* '
was, on my motion, laid on the table, and ordered by the Depaitment, but does not enlighten authorized agents of Messrs. Gilbert & Secor the ship should be released from necessary minutes. There ,were eight men employed when a work of that kind will be commencedat $ Vf: ,
to be printed. I observe, sir, the order us as to what was the reasonable consider that the frigate Columbia was at their disposal soon as the injuries which she had sustained dock, as i in the operation, the weather being unfavorable the Pensacola navy ya for this mass of $.V. *,

hai been executed, and Copies of the report ation. It was not a deduction of the $13,000 in order to be placed in the dock, carb y the docking operation have been and water rough. The gate proved toe perishable! materials !long remain, I fear, f

furnished us. I, therefore, move it be taken from the gross amount of the contract, whichI lied into the basin, and hauled on and off*the the agents.At repairedby b very crank, and required a lever across its as an incumbrance or nuisance there If this ?

from the table, with a view to refer consider would have: been the proper reasonable railway in the manner prescribed by the the time 'refusal: of the it gunwales, and considerable time and management dock should ultimately be receive by the '.;;; .

consideration; neither was it an abatement board. A correspondence ensued between high water for the agents was to get it into the grooves.. Navy Department, I would freelly vote J
day at which
ence.The time there
resolution calling for the information of any portiun Qf the SI3,000 ; f.r wo the agents and the board, arising from objections were nine feet six and a half inches the I could not be sunk into its proper for a liberal appropriation to float it without '

vas adopted at my instance, and before move are told in the report, that the contractors made by the contractors to certain gate sill of the basin. over owing to the sand having washed pace the bar, and send it adrift, and relieve the / ,

K. reference ef the report to tho appropri. have ben paid the full amount of the con parts of the prescribed operations.The The greater draught: of the dock keel groove, and a little above it on each side. yard from the disfigurement of the basin and I j*

|nbnmittee, I ask the indulgence of the tract, 8921,9:17le:8: $12.000 deducted for board adhering without material the center of her bottom. was near In regard to the cost of working the dock, railways, and relor t it pristine beauty '.A 1 .

ate co.ftc I submit a few remark ; forSenate cancelling the provisions for the camel properties changed to its first determination, it was final. was nine feet six inches th. board cannot offer a correct estimate.ll .- and elegance. f : .
and ff
w*. )' feeble estimation, calls fortbe and 82,500 retained to cover contin- ly arranged with the agents ot the contrac. It. under the immediate, accu r:1tclyobtamed A the circumstances attending the dockingof But let me retnrn to t Look ,; ':t.

report, irt & "'rati. <>B and action of Con- gencies. This, sir, I repeat, is the deduce tors that the frigate Columbia should be placed the board. The board arrives supervision the of the Columbia, being different from and ye. sir at the contract. WA Yepr stun of ::.J. ::,
'the proaipt consiOw c We. country. By an tion from the gross amount of the contract, on the cradle in the dock, and the whole that the at rv unfavorable, when compared with the contemplated 921,937 about t be paid on an exprimet ; -. -v
o. contractors
.ijtl th- notice have signally failedto I ;
3 1848 the '
greu pused lIIh'. as shown by the report on our tables. Thus carried into the basin, in readiness for the exhibit} } fully and to its mode of working the dock, when there any provision in it whLh. : .
of cougreis di.rccted satisfaction tho r ;
,act of the Navy: \, &S to the Bureau, by its own report, overpaid Gilbert frigate to be hauled on and off the railway, veniency. and faithful con the deep basin Ihal be finished.In tect the Government f.omlois ? j not a .v/--
Secretary power
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.'nter'inta a cOluact witu L G'I\\)(1" uccor\. & Secor $13,000 ; or, in other words, the board reserving the right to haul the ship their floating dock, basin and view of rapid decay of wood in this contract to test a experiment at the risk of { \.* :
d 'I rail-way and :
-q, oca allowed them that climate, and that the dock is now about three the Government instead l*
construction of a balaziceoa't sum for not making the on to the railway, with her entire armamenton for the following of the coutrac- .,
for reasons:
Jj& in and rail ways at the nll'ar d P OI.S-'C0Ii ,j: floating gate, which the contract left opt.onalv : board or not, and assuming the entire responsibility 1. That it weighs about 2,000 tons years old, the board are of opinion that it will tors, who were t derive large pecuniary C"r:4, .', .

the Department. of her safety. than estimated, which more require twenty per cent of the original cost benefit! The sum of $737,550 was paid to ;t -. .
v increasos :-
the The board to make the consequently to keep it in order, equivalent to renewal in these contractors on an experiment d.. ..
of designed several ,
Pursuant to tVs; direction Congress, J I Tl,0 contract stipulated that the dock t the draught of water two feet,thereby interferfi an .1"
secretary did en the 25th October ensuing,!I should' porsess the properties of a camel, to tests of the dock, railway and basin with as i ing with its passage into the basin. 'e years from the present time. It now requires bond of 810,0 only given to save the ; :.. .

enter into a contract with the said GiLbert & ;I vessel ofthe class mentioned ; thatis much weight as pos-ible,, seeing that all that 2. That by settling under the Columbia recaulking and painting.We Goverment hnles! In thisthe Department '. : .
transport could be commanded would foil are, sir, respectfully, obedient has exercise that .1 '
Secor to build the dock, basin and railways'for line of battle h1P. or a war steamer ofth short more when docked, nineteen and a half inches your vigilance ..
i a which discreet .. .
the sum of $921,937. I j jI I 1 1 first class, in. '"d C'at of the harbor, andover than one-half that required by the contract (that ship! weighing but 2,185 tons) it provedthat servant and which a should individua would have done .
into detail further than to say, and jut failedto to be used. of JOSIAH TATNALL, Captain, the ex :
I will nut go the bar of Ptiis: pola taj ; it was inadequate Strength, and alto- I of characer .
to be'! The naval constructor at this yard, one of \V'M. H. CHASE, Major Engineers. penditure the public money.
that the dock, basin and railways were l' this stipulation, 87:1).000Vere f. gctherincnpablc raising a ship of 5,300 tons ,.1
of sufficient capacity to dock and haul on and ] be perform abated from the amount tff thecdntract.I .- the members of the board, was deputed to place weight, as contracted for ; this great settling S. T. HARTT, Natal Constructor. i But the has twenty per cent reserved on each ,':
steamer of the first class, shores and braces in the frigate, and, also, JAMES HERRON, Civil Engineer. I payment long since gone in the pockets l: '
war also
off the ways a This stipulation was dispensed wjth, as :it appears by increasing the draught of water,augmenting :of the ''
or a line of battle ship of fifty-three hundred ]'I. at the instance of tho Department, and 10 if move the guns and stores to such a position the difficulty of atI passage into the Commodore JOSEPH SMITH, The cootractr.shows Why was this doau?- ,. '.,
a, would bring the centre of gravity a: : b asir,. report why, and the papers ac. ,
ton I. the contractors only required to abate 812- Chief of the Bureau of Yards and Dock i the '
of the Bureau of nearly as possible within certain lines. companying same disclose the fact, that i .. '
to report 3. That when the dock D.
According I sunk Washington, C.
000, which proposition they, presume, accepted was to twen- the
dock basin and railways On the same day that this agreement with payment was most impropeify made.- ::\<
Yards and Docks, the t3'-three feet above the 4
with for well! knew they working platform, (the his w.
they true
\ we are informed
have been cowpleted sometime since,j:I had entered into a stipulation which they the agents was made, the e persons refused I, Columbia being just on the point of entering Their report spak for itself, and I only exercised& the precaution ,the Department :

a year or more, but net yet accepted by the I:j: cou''!< not perform, and never would have bee.: execute it, and one of their number proCkHded -: i it,) it rose on one side three feet in ten minutes ask attention to two points in it.- the contractors a refunding board ot taking from ", ....
thus far not having directly to the north, in order to confer guard : '.
Government; tbe tests I guilty of the consummate folly and temerity by a sudden and great Iou of water in According to the terms of the contract, a the interestof the. Government t .
ia the
proved satisfactory. Tb. contractors have, | of at'emjittRg *.ut would unhitsit,tingly have I'I't !, wuL1: his principals. It was deemed important the chambers, although the pumps supplying ship of five thousand three hundred tons was a failure of the structures not, event '-iwf

however been paid the whole amount stipulated forfeited the $75O0Oas sip! 'latcd.: I j the & uior officer of the board bhoulj the water were still in operation, thereby to be taken into the dock and basin, and rai I t est required by the This standing the *.': -r

the contract, with the exception oftwo I II at once to Washington! in order to showing of the The made with contra' for&t. : .
by : : The reasons for rcJe*jog them from this' proceed a very great leakage the tanks se on railways. test was properly'guarding the .
thousand five hundred dollars reserved for requirement of the contract have already explain the proceedings flf! We board, tyd to and pump-,or probably both, and con qllent- frigate Columbia weighing two thousandone Government- the contractors te *' 'i
pay all
conti ngeucies. I been read, and to them i respectfully call the meet and refute the objtCtions msdo by the :tV an improper construction. hundred and eighty-five toes, cleary demonstrated money before the contract is ', .

An examination ofthe contract, Mr. President attention of the Senate. To have attempted contractors to the fair and proper test pre. 4. Tit sixfy! tons additional ballast were that the capacity of the dock was P and if they fail, bring suit I complied with, '. \: .

and ihe manner ofjts execution, will its, execution, the Bureau informs us, would :;| scribed by the board. < necessary (lo sink iJ'9 dock, (tho engines being inadequate i to do that which the contract: refunding bond. Why, Mr.suppose President, on .the : '

ire ent a most extraordinary state ot things I The proceedings of the board were not disapproved their it evident stipulated. Columbia was only taken I this : .. '.
| have been "hazardous to the vessel, as well ;J J.is ; worked to highest gauges,) being Te I j i3 laughable. Did you, air, ever know in the .
1 go by the report received from the Department the dock" So no doub, thought the contractors : of. But representations having at the same time that the engines were into the ; the contractors declined to history of this a ,. .: "

and will not mention facts derived i.-um! ; end they would of their own accord i btx-n made to the Navy Department, that unequal to sinking it to a greater depth than take the dock into the basin with the ship onboard tractor Govermet improperly defaulting advanced con ,'':. SweaMrca

other sources, although I have stat U Jlllo *j:.Vf io-ft.itl-d the 875,000, rather than have there was not sufficient depth of water offand that required to take in the Columbia, a ship : for two reasons: one, tht there was I him by the Government money f t'. ,: '

from gentlemen of high character and atauJ- .tttuiiipted! that which they believed they I II rear the permanent whalf of the navy of less than one-half of the weight contractedfor. not sufficient water in the ; and here, ]I I Ions loo had well _.-t-J J J
relation! the to execution of this contract, It I a attempt to get melted "ebutteroutosdog's --
ing, in could not have 2ccoml'li bed, and have put yard to sink the dock to the depth necessary I would ask whose fault was it if there was not P I

vliich are entitled to serious consideration.By .-I their !properly, the dock in imminent peril.It .- to receive the frigate Columbia, with her 5. That it was found very difficult, with the I eniTicient water in the basin Surely the contractors : thohandiofade1aufting moutba.sMou.youtof contractor. after ia '* I

the record I shall governed-and not go does appear a little strange to me, that alt arms and .atorc on board, it was deemed im. highest gauge of steam, to lift the Columbia, had engaged to construct 'basin of has once placed it in h e':. .- :'(

beyond it. : these dithcuhies should not have suggested portaut to obtain the opinion of the Attorney owing to the leakage already referred to, showing sufficient capacity, in every respect, to take It seems that was .foo 4he : :. .
The Bureau of Yards and docks says that General in the the dock in with a ship on board, weighingfive i bj Department r : ::
themselves to the Department, at the time of premises.This that the dock was incapable of raising a that there was not water.of ,suffioient :
have ,
lone of the htipulalion, of the contract making the contract; a change appears to opinion; was decidedly! given as to ship of five thousand three hundred tons i thousand three hundred tons j y.t it bad depth near the baim to sink the -docklandthe f .

been di penwd with, except that of a Homing have come over the spirit of the dreams of the obligalionjof; the Government to furnish weight, as contracted for. I not water to receive the dock with the Columbia question was whethertheUnited States !:.: :
gate. and the one which provided for testing the Deportment, Bureau, contractors and all the requisite depth of water. Under this con-. I 6. That the contractors decline the teat I docked, weighing two thousand one hun or the contractors> were bound tofiud the !, ; y
the dock as a camel for transporting ships bideration and of that of the time and exjfcii5C I and eighty-five tons, less than one-half of water :;.'' ?
since this humbug of a balance flouting dry of taking the dock into the basin, on the dr or, in other words to deepen .
Pensacola. But let the Bureau by"excavation ..,
the bar at
ever I dock was urged on Congress in 1848, and deemed necessary to excavate the requiied ground that there was a deficiency of water stipulated tonnagt. The other reason or dredgir The secretary of the '.

speak for itself: several years previous. Then, one of its depth, the test of placing the ship on I : iu the basin, and that the contract did not require assigned ia, that the cont.ctr never agreed called for the opinion of the attoraer navy : '

Fourth. Whether any of the stipulations greatest beau ti -!, one of its greatest recommendations i the cradle was dispensed with, and tho oper it. The water at high tide was nine to take the dock into tne basin,Larin a ship ral, who de-cidedthat the Government gene"i_ ;

of the contract have been diseased with ; I was the camel propeities. One, ation confined to the simple one taking the I feet six and a half inches above the granite wit all her armament on board. a there bound to fr.rniah the water : and as the Government was i :;:...

and if so what were the stipulations bo dispensed i in those days, reading the glowing description ship in the dock, with the removal of aU or courses at the bottom of the basin, which ever such a subterfuge attempted to be practiced vas not ready to furnish it, and the : .'
therefor ? ;
with, and the reasons I of the advantages and beaoti of these any part of the armament and stores, in or would have been sufficient to have admittedthe upon practical, sensible luenf Why, 1 structures having been completed, the-ceo- .:

In reply to this question, I respectfnUJjState docks, in fancy saw these beasts of burden der to reduce the draught of the ship, and, dock, had its draught of water not been ask, stiuuldtu to take upa ship of five thousand tractorr were entitled to the ; :' -

that the only stipulations iu said contract < Neptmie walking like a thing of life o'er consequently, that on the dock, when sunk)c increased three feet by the causes referred to. three hundred tons and float the dock into and by order oldie per centage it reserved ;. r, i

dispensed with are those for the floating -! the waters, bearing with majestic grandeuron to the lack of water complained of. But it I: The board cannot, therefore, recommend the basin and then refuse to float the dock ia paid them.From secretary, was r*'.. ...
gate, proposed in specifications to be their backs a ship of the first class over was required after the ship bad been raised j that the whole apparatus, or any part of it, to the basin with a ship of two thousand one what source did the Department de :: ;

fitted, for the purpose of forming a partition the shoals and bars, to secure havens within the to place in the dock a eight equal to that whether it be the balance floating-dock, ba- hundred and eighty-five loin,bcaas f"rot rive its information, that there was not sufficient f I- .1 -. _
in the dock aud that for cancelling slip-j I bars removed from the ship. sin be received the United her armament was on board; WA ;o :
numerous on our coast. Since that day, or railway by water near the basiaVas it from ? :
the dock
illation! winch for testing 'i
provides 1 I I uew light appears to have dawned upon the Tke board was instructed accordingly.As .- States. The board having been also ordered the thing to be considered. The contractors actual measurement or sounding by
the bar theprop. .
as a camel for transporting ships over I subject; now, all look upon the experiment L these instructions were founded iu error' to consider "tlte advantage or disadvantage I stipulated that the dock should b sufficient er officers of the Government, or did it come ; -'fsB

at.Pensacola., Toe for dispensing with the for- I as an abortion, n failure, the veriest humbug I I of fact, the Board deemed it i iu duty to report of that plan of docking ships of tho Navy," capacity to take over the bar P"nBola a to ihe conclusion there was not sufficient wa. : .

meT are,reaians that Una gate was considered entile-, of this age and generation, including, 1 haveI;I' the same to the Navy Department, affirmII: as compared with others, i is of the opinion that ship ot thel.ugest class. When I ship of that ter, upon the assertion of the contractors I- -j-".''' ..

ly useless, and even an incumbrance, and,I no doubt the contractors themselves, who II lUg that there was water enough to the balance fl.)ating dock is far inferior to the description made its appearance off the bar ofPeuaacola When the test with the frigate Columbia s _
may well laugh \t the I adequate test as prescribed by the board ;-- dock whether and desired to enter t harbor about made wu" *; \
therefore, for a reasonable consideration it, gull.bility of the Gay I ordinary stone as regards economy !. being a year ago, the contrac. j ,
was agreed to Ie dispensed with by the Dc. j eminent, and their own good luck ; for they! that no excavations were necessary to procure safety, or facility of operation. with the aid of this cock as I camel what i tors again alleged that there was not water t..-" ,}i ," .

partment. The reasons for cancelling the f have received all their money, less tne cnlr.I : additional depth of water, and that noI The estimate of the probable expense of was to be done with armamentt Waait : sufficient to float the dock 'into the basin, and '..l.. ..- .

tanul properties of the dock wore, that upon mOils sum 82,000, retained to cover conI I I obstacle existed, known to the board, that working, and cost per annum of repairing and to be thrown overboard; aud, aKer she was the instructions from the bureau to the commission < ,.

tbe representations ef this Bureau to the Department I tingcncics. :j would prevent every proper test being made I taking care of the dock," and a report on the repaired and recrossed the bar to be fished up appointed to make the !eat were given ;: -ij

that in its npinion, the experiment;' But a commission was appointed to exam 't with any ship that could pass the bar at tho floating gate, the boaid will make the sub and placed iu statu quo f The commubioa .upon. that hypothesis. That does the -: .

sinking the dock outside of and carryingthe !'ine the dock, basin and railways, have the mouth of the harbor. ject of a separate and future com lunication.We further say that it will take twenty per cent. say ? ** f" : I

ship over the bar would, be hazardous to J proper tests applied, and abceituiii if the contract In answer to the letter of the board, it was are, sir, respectfully, your obedient of the original cost of the dock per annum to As these instructions iccre founded rn <,-. S ,. -f-' j

had been fulfilled by the contractors.I stated that th. Navy Department adhered to sen-ants, JOSEPH TATNALL, keep it in repair, equivalent to a renewal every ror of fact the board deemed it its : 1
the -
dock .
the vessel as, well as to ; that as the duty t9 report It'i.t
of the dock
Government was bound to furnish the steam i This commission was composed gentlemen : its instructions, but that it was left Captain United Staffs jVirry.VM. th'e'ears The cost was 855 the same to the Navy Department ; Arm ? .

eminently qualified! for the duty assigned optional uith the board te remove the armament \ H. CHASE, 712, so that sum will have to be expended ing that there vas voter enough '
and said dock when tot
to tow an /
power manage >
should be
BO us-d, and as the side of the dock wouldpresent I, them. There is Captain, Tattnall, a gentle I and stores or not; at the same time doubts Major United States Engi c. every the Jears accepted by adequate test, as prescribed by ihe board; that '. ..-:,: !
man well known to the country us au intelligent were expressed as to the sufficiency of l 8. '1'. Gov $111,156 per annum keepit no excavation vxre euarytoprtlCwre odditional v-- '
as ipuch surface to ) the wind : 1
oppose energetic and hOHorable II water claimed iu the lise8. It is due to in repair. I from these data be safely depth of voter thetno -.f:, :
officer of our IJrel '! CtJtrco. ml obttmch existed y i 5*
us ail the! sails of a large ship,it would : ""
square country. There is Major William II. Chase the board in this place to state, that the tests JAS. HERRON, clcslated wi take some ten or twelve knoten to the board,Jb would prevent '! ':
irmuetifce which the G aery 'f & '
requiie 0\em.
power well known of be make in its I, Civil Nary Yttrd. per ceat. of the ofbe railway basin and made wiih .R .
nienthu.1 not at cuaitnaml and could not as one the most accomplished required to were, judgment; Engineer coi proper tutg I&y.. tJltIt co ).1 T" *
procure officers of the corps ot engineers and perfectly consistent with the first instructioub Commodore JOSEPH SMITH. other appendages of this dock, to pas the bar lit t fftOIfM oj I4e ltar7 -. .>*t' ;
exc"pt at au enormous expense, to move demart a gen and with Bureau of Yards and Docls keep them in repair. So it may be estimated The Bureau in j iS-iS:
distinguished for his general intelligence received from the Navy Department, Chief of t! reply expressed doibtaa '
and i

contnj the dock when the *
pausing over annual of
and high and honorable the stipulations of the contract. NOTE-The entertained the they all will require an outlay to tbe sufficiency of water IUmet1D )' ; i
bearing. The undersigned .
bar: to sea; that, provided the dock should be L theee.mises. t h-,
cunk under the bottom of a ship anchor next is Mr. liartt, a naval constructor, who: That before such tests were arranged, the opinion that the balance floating-dock, basin, some 8150,0. The B west teemed ve-1 'tebaciou. ... .
ranks the first of his board made'itself acquainted with all the local for report of the commission shows ofitsopinionaato tbedepthf .; ,; ,,
Outsidu! the bar, aflet pumping the whole among profession in the and railway, combne advantages repairing tat w.ter. aDd ,&'t .': t
a !
poition of the water from the chambers,; service ; and, lastly, Mr. llerron, the thencivil r circumstances existing in the premises, a vessels possessed by the ordinary the Contractor have failed, most signally ai- well it should, for upon tim'opiJ1 oa the At, :: hf". ?
of the Pensacola knowledge of which was indispensable the ed, to fulfill their contract ;and it ought long tome.y Generajadyjied tb. l
Should there be an undulation motion of the engineer navy yard I JLo stone dock, for the reason that two or more : almeat oC'Dftr 1
waicr, as there generally is at that place, the who is well known in his profession as a I exact performance of its duties. That it required ships could be repaired at the samo time bythe since to have been so declared by the Department $200,000 i to.the contract ura. tI, which they tt: f, I

hips. .a tanii, with battery on, docks, aa ahe I most bkilllul: and scientific engineer, and who. nothing at the bands of tho contractorsbut former apparatus, whilst the stone dock: and steps taken accordingly.This were not entitled, if the:-true'.ute of the ,a f1 t""

could not there be securely shored, would be: has executed at that place one of the most. what was considered a fair illustration of facility for the repair of only one failure, sir, affects the omy nava station had been made knovn. Jt i remarkable, 1 9j! .

likely to l fall over upon one side or the other, difficult woiks ever constructed in this or'' the principle, conveniency and power of the ship afore time; and it was bleve that equal I on the Gall of Mexico,and happens Mr. President, that the Bureau should, indirect 12';-

and soriousJy injure, if not render UUerly use. any other country, which excites the admi apparatus, generally styled the floating balance I. economy aafety, and operation to be located in Florida ; and 1 here, Air. opposition to the report of the commisbioner 1..t .

Jess, both the ships and the dock. In consid- ration of scientitic men, and entitles him to dock,basin,and railway,offered at,great would b obtne by either mode. The undersigned President, as one of the Senator from thai composed such men as it 'was, still 1 ,

'I ation, therefore of the great power requiredto be rauked, if not the first, among the first cost as. a whole by its designers and the contractors ha changed his opinion ; this I poor, small, wlong. and neglected state, insist there was not sufficient io water, when :5./ ;

move such a mass, the impossibility of pro. civil engineers of the cay. Let us hear what confidently to the Government,ah being change is not due solely, to the signal failure, enter my pro teat against this $1,000,000 being the officers on that cotnmwsion/bcinff on tha 'h,l'-t".:. i,

curing i if< at limes when it might be wanted this commission says : superior to, and iu substitution of, the ou the part of the contractors, to perform I placed to her debit, in any estimate' that spot, say equivocally, ithont theexpres-. :r .'

:: and its great cost together with the danger Co JUIA'f DAn'. OFFICE, permameut dry dock. what they promised in their contract, which t may hereafter be made of her cost to tbe sion of a doubt, there wu water autlicieut for ;; .;. t.

attending the several necessary operations, the NAVY YARD, P\"BACOLA,1\1&y The contractors were notified of the final failure was principal.due to error in calculation United States. The 8"0,00,0 expendedin any-ship that could pass tbebar, which U well r.:

Secretary of the Navy, after consulting Sir-The board 28, 1853. instructions from the Navy Department, and for dock: to the p the Seminole war, oommencin in 1835,it known will mdnuyfessels drawing 44 ;
J persons of t Uwty.two Stj1al;
experience arid good judgement,came your letter of the 12th officers appointed by of the readiness of the boat d to witness the want of strength in the dock and L the lack has been insisted charged to her, or twenty.three feet, with eae7 .'" $- !

I to the conclusion that the dock could nerer examine and report the February result of 1853, II to' operation of placing the Columbia in the of sufficient depth of water in the basin-but L when it was notorious that the greater portion From a review of the entire-subject, I *m : 1

t* used as a caulcl in practice; that it would be made of the balance the test to dock. it was prouced by evidence afforded I of the amount &squandered on hangersouof constrained to believe th officers of the GOT. ". : f
bite afe or proper tt> venture tbe experi. basin and railway, constructed floating dry dock, The Journal! will show the time taken to to the the ape of the operation oftaking I. the army and contractors from other states ernment have been very remain 'I ; :, ,(

anent ,o I
be made to the contractors to dispense with Gilbert & decor," and contractors, Messrs. the ship, with all the attendant circutuau- score of economy, safety, and facility, the ordinary but many of them rune The the country. There is,Mr.,President, a screw ij ;,

that part or contract for a fair consideration instructions of the same date acting and under your stances, up to the time that the dock 'was stone duck possesses! superior advantages. sum of $IW1,937, lavished on t and loose somewhere which should be at. ended, t tt' :
; lli t
and after consultation, the Secretary (Mr. Jy under the instructions contained subsequent- raied and pumped out. 'The journal will also l. fanciful should charged to to, and I trust the committee who wiltbyachargeofthesubjectwil1givsk.aIu t :

Kennedy) proposed to cancel that letters of the J2iL in your show,the draught of the dock at various Taking this in connection with the time, New expmeut Gilbert & Secor the \ itI :
13th 15th aDd
of the contract, deducting from the amount provision of and of UM 3d May,, has,the honor and 22d Ap.il. I, points, and the exact amount of depressKiu and expense placing the dock in the basin, coutr&ct are from there engineers thorough investigation.. ,I now ,submit the : t ;it f
payments under the to report t, from 'lines the keelson aDd the and off.the' and mechanic ,ji! .
contract $12,000. which that it has coiujdeted ibe right extending along healing ship on "railway, were frm following resolutions: .

proposition was accepted and that sum has it, ao Jar Mill recently limited duties assigned to and the ends and sides, wijiUt.tha ship was as well &considering the destructibility of: plea we row tert IUP ..Received.; ':That tot.report- o(8.cr.tAf 'r t fJi't.i.

accordingly been deduci d." hare p rmiUW. instructions in:the dock ;f also the several,draughts. of water the material of which the doek and a portion : &e "t Orlg t the Ipwdionlof tHe,'Navy 'oftbe:0A instant i ,being zectttrrt J' .
It will l by reference when the ship was removed. of the doubt the was there I
appear to theeonlraet railway are no CDtrt. paid Xtoeomeni 64 of,tie present f.anosL
copd.le. coaunonicating t'
page 27,,that the contractors-were to receive'"in In relation. to the manner in which the ,. Alter the dock, with the frigate Columbia in the mind of the t the cor. peat, let Florida not b chge with this r ioformatMxf- C pafw'P".t4 t I I

case a floating! gale ''was ((js) ma
Mid bum} ," tfiVeamof*1S.OOO forit-! .made to journal and the, accompanying the basin the agents of Messrs. Gilbert 4 8e. br.tb*board in the premises.. my late colleague, Y ,] teu am- .dock, basin and railway to Peasacola be referred t t; ,,

mark the language! r'P".idfnt-- case documents, all of which have been rerifiwiby cor mad '.a verbal request to .the board, that WILLIAM H. CHASE, of the Naval Committee, r l U. tIthe committee,on Naval Aflairs,with. r.
fla ostinj? gate is'miiie/' the contractors are the members of the board u being correctcopies hr removal from the ,moorings to the basin : J Enginecrt.COMTMBUI appropriation at every, stage was instructions t. examine into the contract witUGil

rom the originals. might be dispensed with. In answer thereto, GA-I Jane apparently for the benefit o s dock yard with >ert & Secor, for thecoottrcction* of said
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: fiflfw T n4 aUn. to ueer.Uin a*to-balaitk-- >.>- *-.*! be avoided. Now is the tiaie to exterminate thatmonster Wtif Con eation to Tall JiMs
W43 how and in what manner Raid cou tract ous. There were xscn b the Whig meeting who could called party.* 'Hontee, in DM inanf oral addicsey > the proceeding thsfbfg OonveutJon held in posited powder and arms there 'fur the protectkia'ofthe Gray; art b cordial affilhiua. sad by whose aldSI

k: hnt bee pwfomed! wlmt fccuriw has beet ourccly credit theireuv when they beard this laudation exhorted tlai prople t* discard etery remnant Tallahassee-poth SU, it! aUUd tk* eaitdidate fc,r ohorch. and that the explosion was accidental p ct to break down Mod destroy the tnw

i4A'f # pvfu for rpirabnrmittg the United States the ; fiT.there'it nut a man in the State, if we except of rancor agaitibt cjicb other, 1UMJ eobraee a* country Cn grtia,,-Oot. Brown, being preaaot, rwponde tovhe Northern Democracy who stcd up to the Sooth eo tin N.t

,,iirnto$99,437svhtchhas: been paid tort th. Fpeater, who tloes not regard that demagogue men und frieuJa." II thesTgnt mea tbotLt it lest, acsniimtloa in a apirit extremely gratifvfcg to the Duplicity. la Bill
The hue and raised at the North, th.ii
; ibo Ruid Gilbert t &cor bj the Navy De- with the utmost loathing and disgust. Xo man, do. iu thove days of pxaec, irhecTerj eeUm of the 'tneetias." We may. thereforlanoclod* that the m etbg cry sajs
raunab i ia to the of the
Cntrier regard repeal
rummeat in cnee die aaid dock bnsin and ring the late conflict on tbe bill, the principle of which country was willing io let the otber*Wijaj the same naartiry; approved the views expressed by their can. B Proceedings of the Democratic
ass and Nebraska Bill, is on ridiculous a* it is hypocritical. -
life railwaj) BhonU not be accepted by the Government the third rejolution of the meeting rudorsr-d, wa more privileges under the Constitution wkh thenJselve. to dtdate and that aa the resolutions adopted were pass
the place repeal u utterly hopeless
ntid what forthor steps are nccessarv rnnipHiit ngainet that vty principle than this same forget party, how tnoeb doe bohoore os at the Booth ed unanimously, th* candidate, in common with the .
the Senate and administration
'k t to protect the intcreets C the United Stato Bcnton and yet the \Hiigs were gravely told that to unite against those fanatic at Hie North w1whav, de member* of the Convention, approved them. It would so long as preocnt present pursuance of weiuas notice. '--t
in President Pierce would
= Rcsok>edt That if said cotnnutee, in the in- l he WHS "too honest to be bougLt by the Democratic dared m their public print, in their namcnm aatem-t have been gratifying: to some voters had the speech are power. unquestionably rioa oountiea aatecuUed at tU Ootrton Roua
such bill. The Nebraska issue has
r fs TcstigatifMi, shonld deem it necessary, they party to go the "principle I" Surely, the ex-Gover hUes, and even iu Congress, that they win never cae of GOT. Brown been published and particularly that any at 11 o'clock, llonday.'the 10th lu1yq
the of his administration he
t&rz: be authorized std for pers.nand paper nor** argument wns over-done. It amounts to this- agitation until they deprive us of onr sJar property I portion of U which related] to the A'tbrorta bill and become a port of policy when oo motion of Joaepb Fnxnefan, th* flj
is bound consideration of honor and principle -
The resolution were adopted. Beuton being* honest." would have pon for the principle aud our rights uinlcr the Ccnstrtution ia cU t. g-Et atofltittan. It can hardly be doubted,how* by every be FnrL1IYso, vu caOad to the eBair,and>. ,,
to maintain it Repeal therefor could only
Lad it been right, Un-ame Lonent" men always to be acquiied. tm.that the whig candidate will take tbeearlmt oeMioo r100gp E.qr.qia..d 1'aet 8re
administration. To effect
po for wLtit is rijLt-but he did not gu fur it, there We have me fricn. at the N-rtlj, VC fiditv, jflth. ; ** i r **** -u* ** '-frisssd, and accomplished under a new man .Tplaia-d th. abject ofsuus.d

'Znrifan z ournalSitariay fore the principle was wrong t Is ILL)cot Let WLijanswer. tn-. 5t time'sore'yDewt place bimseu' fully on the record. this it most be made a party issue hi the next Prwi- appropriate term
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by the jiut fanativ1 of the two parlies?auJ itSO, 1* the meeting of the Sth'waa aUendcd by the aid hoUr.,,. -- o- ....*h.. 's.f ctMwW t Dyka, :"

*' e .--w-w--w-----w-w-w--,---, our duty to send up a united voice of encouragement whig candidate f>r Congress, addressed by D.S. Walker A oommitUe consisting' of one from saeV'
The qnrathn then i is, can the Whigs and abolitionists '
q Interesting Letter from Dr. Parkhille to them. TIe fanatics will move heaven and earth to Esq.,the candidate for Register,and the resolutions represented, was appointed to select perm .
combine such an uue t We think not unless -
lay the followiug iutcrcstii!}? mid powerful' lttr put them down offered by B. F. Alltiv Fsq., the editor of the Sentinel upon **r* for UM Conrention.

Jdy 13. I8JU.!; frmn l>r. (;. VT. PAHEDIU. before our -ailcrs with Let me a'k the leader of the whuj party Soath !," the ecntrvl organ of the wing party of FloriiJa! they are utterly void of all thamr and common The committee retired, and after consultation .
have r
well *
teu1isr p auficr.tii n. The writer of it has heretofore what ir.ti.uJ f Will it is reasonable that look tenft, as as principle. They always opposed turncI and
f'iJt I they doing they form a svctiuual to suppose we may to the the extension of the Missouri line to the Pacific through their chairman, 1L A. Looj, sported .

;4t1 rn2ML-Tbrb e DoFiars per annum, if puid in breu ntj Lfucntial WLij;. de\otiiig lihnvelf nrmly to party If they do, they will destroy this glorious proceedings as the platform on which the party propose the name of the following gentlemen :

4 advance; SX 50 if paid witliiu six monthcvf the lWf the Bucct cf that party iu ncailr e\ery r5 >ction, and Union. Or do they intend to attempt to form a national to stand in future, and with your p rmiion. Mr i iEdiror. I| upon the ground that it legalized slavery South as For President-Hon. JOHN FJNLAYSON.F 4
1 O the end of the c4ir. Ad- well it North have sustained
., ubscribing :an< 4 ( at Lhe as prohibited They the
TertwemenU, OaeD
4. .e ami] fifty Oesrt; for nil subsequent intsrtior.s. AnnoonoenvmU reafcons contJ ind iu Lis letter, inurt eifrt a ctt principles f They can't do that uolrss theyroalei in rcv'n-Viing very briefly the resolutions *Lich were the Missouri Under such cirira- HtsaT BoAnroao, E.q.

of oandtJntet. Fire P..llve iacLaWi MTV strop;: iuid dtciJed iufin-ncc t-p-'u iranv of his ee with tLe abolitionists at the Xorth. Tlier) ron tbn adopted. compromise. For Secretaries F.L. Vriirncct and E F."VTAouw.

. to be mid in adrancc. P..e1ii'u,. Obitimrr awlMarriaff -j foi iB >r J "iitirtii: iissuriMrs ij this O>unty. There is 'e new men in order to form n sound national par The first of the series endiiie s Mr. C bell. and stanCes it is hardly possible that they would be sosilly >
Notice not eroeetlinc 1 2 Tax Tvill be published ; front and advocate
an to change princi-
an eloquent enn: t i- in this lottt-r which cannot for the vLijrs North Lave with
.. > ty. repudiated the ntir sympathize* him in the ean es which prevent OamotzonofB.C.Pope,
; : : No certificate of the public ti"nft
I ;ttj Jfratis. JJ *- which have warred Such
;- ; tfcte or 'legnl m tioei nf kc.cryitic'n ill bo gn cunntil fail to vhjtswuy i to the hearts t>f the bundrcdti inI South and i il! Lave nutl.mg to do with iw iinlets him from bc-cotninp the standard bnriT of the people pes they so long against. The committee appointed to select oficen for &k

; : the adrertiirog fee is'juud. I I iu tLw State who sec \\iiL Dr. P ntHiir intcLti-j the Sviu'.L vill come iuto their way of iLiuking, and j jGoJ in the appr-aphin Congrass onal election" The harc-foced t ill&iny would not be tolerated by the A- Convention, were constituted a Committee on Cr.deo.

K.JK&: .- -- --------- ment. bui Loa\\ \v teen v .ttig in the niornl courage forl id that e nhoul.l! ev.-r do haL As a specij j standard bearer of the PEonr! What people Were merican people for a moment ; and the party dtrtl- tials, who, through their chairman, made the fbHowin*

? *!tXv'to' .:. Speech of Senator KortonTTe I Le Ins exhilu'tnl. mid vLicL) i ia si> ecsry to rmau-; ;un of irtLeni' whig yt-ntiuicnt nt this tirat, let inc tll(5C gentlerricn expecting to provide a candidate f.T'th r.ping it would be h>x ted from the hustings.TLe ri p *rt:

: ; : puUi'li to-dnv SenaUir Morton V ph on the cte; tlir-itvt) fi.i.i the sLickcl) of au orgnnira commend to outhi-ru v.Lip- the f..l lowing from the Ii pnrrios f I di 1 understand that Mr. Catiell was Nebraska Bill mill be the strongest issue that ; The Committee on Credentials hare examined &

,. lI" ." Dry Dock &t Peni'cotThereucr will Cud it practioftl tin now rotlh v ijA>ut aa object ci.d TrLicbLnb m.tLing j Sprirgficld RcpuMicBn an old and leadinp big jcur () pna..d to keeping up 'the ol.l party dirisvnw-_that | can possibly be presented. It involves thA principle I authorities open which the various d.lefaU* claim ti*

-: : and to t! point, Icf: t41 it eavp tie tictr-e. Cut \\l'j should "WLi dal m the Lenit of .Mji *a .Lu etU : Leletiied a reorganization-tlst he wi*Led ns all to of se-lf government-the right of the people to regu- be entitled to represent the several Count its, and f tiI

who hsTC btvN-ire ci..eoJ tLat tie rnvutk!
eaocratic Stale Creiitio. i.iii'ii Rf.-J tlie pr ertntii'ij i'f Snuthini ijLts! iu>d ia-:; leaned' ts f.t vet fu a rotiipronming pohc-V. Tl..- I pired: ti mntn-lTold i6u .and unit nna Nebrai-fca Lgne from Congress -it striken a blow at fauat- ention, viz :

4 .-;:: .i The proceeding* of tL is L>>Jy. vbicli met >.t !urott :rrtl* Lsvt cp.c-d J t** b< in tL---ir Lc i nig ao a pjutrnr \ 1 1 iff l>et*ieiitLf.u\ J plETy of the North W] Soetl. i JIatfrr-ju tL irt. to make us i.rie1 people but it Ilfll.lt arrays the lovers of j> aoe and harmony and From Eeam&aC.EDykedeegates County Hon.G. LH wkai mii
Lure been famJerrd.rA a /Ainr t.'c'_ on Monday last, will b f juni in our cut' # today. dcj. i.J t.r.li :L: 'iti.nril D urcracy. sudr i-U .;,. r"t- J tf of
_ 4p Tb sesaiyn was.very hcrnKitiiuu*. JTot & ?.' \ pantiet ::tJ ;. -juJir to (!etr tLen* from nctiug ih i'-uc of :L.* xtcnjpf; jjs '''nTfMei i *i n.J.nl Lfnrer. VJiv tl..-n nil tLi eymp&tiiyt I, j to the permanency preseut system- From FraLkiii)-Hon. G. S. Hawkins.

-.1' : cordant not tros l.erd. Such of sl.e opp-v=ition tiOfclcukttsJ > up to tl.er ivurktiot.* ? I it nut a etrniKe tLirig Ufrie : : thfm now there 14 n wren! Jf-J, ( r its it mtrn.leii for jioliticnl .'lTi-ct( anity from borne ? Or !i'tliorcfure most receive the approVa'ifa; of all goixl { From Walton Neil! Mel'Lcrson, delegate, G. 3.

) on a distracting !Jirn hate !.ten *aJy! diappointed. .- n m r.i3Lejng to party after tie j.rii.c.pl. .. ..i. jjux'-iLie, \\i1t4i.t; tlu- infidelity of uortiiei n wLip 1 tonortbein did tLe meeting intend to convoy the i.lea; Uiat 31r.j men. It abjures all coropromi and bases the acj : Haw kins acd C. E. Dj ke. ;proxies.
: Insteiid. c* they had b<>p d xroul Lf thtce t j vllcl i it *-j;& luinl &.:ij tLt-oljc f<.j vrl.ivL it vrhp'Cit f rm Orrrromitp cjitt n:. In;patf!reunite>riupit upon ea<> a tLr i.atioi.rov.quIv 1 pint 1 1twJ .. j Culn-ll ciiuJ! have Le"n induced to l>rconie the etnndrd j: tion of the government fundamental urx>n the constitution of itself sod-. From JIuLrcs'-G. S. hawkins Neill ilcPbtrsca, 4

of Mr. MAXWZJ.I. et cuivle thnt iuto Late JtLtr Itcn uiJ..M-J Ltcun.c '. : l'ratciof tLe 117i/ npou greatJinfl priuciplea Republicanism. 1 and C. E- Dyke, proxies.
.4 'W. ; being pfDltt. ii J or cotf a- ( .il'p'Ollst' pnnei; Us :n !lcptlaii..n. The ,, jiar'y at this tim ? Or did

I. : ; WM unnuiniously re nominated on the fir?t ballot, amidst -!" .Jiy ji: pi sibK Vt f wl, ittl.e courn'cf tie no:t Pen v.Lij: ]vtf\ i ri i'ht ton tLr tpii'riu offrecj.ini. they mVn 1 to intimate that Iia-1 ilr. CVuell! de.-ired : nr>'l coueuently must gain strength wherever -j From Gadadeu-Major Isaac Nation* aDrowning. Daaial
and w'uenever di5cnSed before the The
:l. : ; rt tl e greatcfct itl.wii.fm uuJ tlif utmo t C"ufij j :uti> vri.o Lu: vr tint :L<. v.-Lier" 31d1sIctl.; : end and i-cc' fts ri'irmiuii tjrctiiid Kit It ;f-sinl ) the nn'i.inution, that mt .tiu:; couJ! uiid<*r anr sort of people. .
.. e-s .I-> }peil.iis. vc tL.-ul.l my. wuL tie ra.- rid U anti slavery leaders are too shrewd U make audi an
L %% tirt/e* io lai re-e'wtiou l-v H large mtjo'ity. Ictr.edi-i that ibs frftraal o7i.ruI..jge<' v-sicr issu<>-in our they will never do it. They T 1
$ *' nteiy fjlbwiug tils Btii.ouiictr tsjt by the I'rreitlvnt, c.auphed lit'tLiaij tierittirittl t" list c -ui.lror contribute \t.v.v t( -Jjv. TLey e taLlisLed s uirec; i ue v iL j hp the mover 01 the reaulutiona can gire us inf--r- continue to agitate at the North for the of,( Anderson Stephen J. Houston, td" C. E. Djke.

,. '. & \ loud culls were inude for epewhe*, Lcn 1ie Ci-Brrn- i-j i.: y wz y townri] ci.ecking Uut fsr13t1i1 ?.u\erv vete'J v.: ve to tlat* Tli.y rr; re rt tttednjion ; tin f-n tL'aJ.oirt. purpose From Waktlla-A. B.Noye'A. E. Cuom., T. .1.

> ,.-.Lz f-.- lion was addratscd ably, eloqaettfy. RDil witl tL" vLii.-Lll.italpi.fc tocveituju CT fry thing tl .t zx.L-i tl.e subjectf sa\try.! Ue ei.'in.er.t. of Ini.ij | Tht K-conJ resolution may !? used to catcl. bird* g'ttmg into power at home but they will never venture M. Richardson.j .
toii .orti.in of the Ni.r.L "to the wLo bee! the at large such an issue.
{ day
j Jn'gla.1'u. country upon
t> -v-V". ; rnot sensible effect br H'-n. M. A. I/-XG, Cwl. B. C. hit t'L.L T.uaIe. 1 ee n IIJ dcii.r gt.&-fi'
. *' + ; .: Port, Judge JlAxnuya. Gen J. S. BCOOUL and F. L. We Lave adv oec.I: no'Line but a hci..it ur.ionDf fclavery u iiatin.. hut dues not say whether the whig did *o. TL-5r defeat would be so complete-so overwheluiig RC'rormanRIt.LogJ.T. Weston, D. B. Bird]

: TiLLmsrE, Esq. The 3r v would have l that their agitation capacity
... .t 'ill a rousing meeting at ni 'Lt Lut for & }he-try and i ili;. F.iozWifl: jou l-c so pcvc: ii. to f.vo: the fziends. prtv d.'n.g'.gue flIln'r is very cx-nveulent. Wlien ciroum'.tai,ces julify power f From Madison-A. J. Lanier, W. H. Fletcher. J for miscLitjf would freer. That the NortLernWlnj
: not unwelcome rain wiich came Lwn about I jfji'cnjiig' coin.uiiiealioii b ]3:]>.ct-ir' Torpnperl; j..Iitiutl qnarrd. jenioui ni }io'jChIprcjci4 it .. Sullivan, Elijah Carver, Duncan Bd!
i: -. ; very pour.v < :iu I ttCSflI'ICee idtry ('fIa.n1.... bln'l. | they can aluae Jud e D ugiat> for iiitnnluci'p : jmrty Lni b -cnn: coniplfet
:: .** eight o'clock. I ]leant iLa: tonjc cf ir fncLcL ere err mucL i.urti l.uii. d in ftiii.loii. Wt eaje not uf.ether ew-L a Ltlv :' tiC bill tw their heart's content, and the J'i#ti;.lrnt for llama, Anthony Branthv, Charles Finch, PbichaydT.
aduii' tLat there hcieafter be
4. arc sorry to can eTer
. .ri The tuber of Oonritjrt IqrEeitd. was fnuiteeii.SeTtrol i i bt tie teniark* ubJ-'L 1 luuJc tt tie uL} ; n.j:4: 44l Lr ealleJ! iIiZs or n-t. TL- twj Mitv i.f the ar.ti sav i"tug toft f/itu-7/j t" r.rt.'i it. On tLc oiL -r Land : Mays. P. B. Cole, John Reagan, Dr.E.IlFoxAKbj.

. i S turd y, tLtSh iti'nt, trni i xcem to think tLt sii rv c iteattun s-i.tim-nt in tLe North: i r.nw in tL<> any cuciTt of aciioo between Northern and Southern \Vm.
q. ;: other Countie* Lad hppr>inteJ delc atec.. let ti.vv_ csLi acconiiiitHlute tLerns1es l to tL<* friei .ia oi son. Goodman D. Walker. Neil Campbell.Tw
"1.' It i Ic out of the The the iasuei
; party. b1tme-wfireliipt.ei-i. bhiiirk fnnu Iting WLig* question. signer
:. a? I who were prevcnU'd l k' the < xrr pive 1 Let vftiil.er] n.aking those rcmnrk I Late committed tIe uipar- tLei: iair let tLtm keep it,| W ctire nothing for i the bill, i hv_ charging all tLi. agitation! to the Northern i made between them the better. It will tend toi Butler, Jacob Mott, E. Z. Wheeler, BL Sheffield G."Br

Under nil the circumstance the 1 donable HE, nsd tLn-ju! Lt> read oi.t of tLt vij.j r.tjks the it r fauatn.-. Tie of tLc t IlflL O. E. Sullivan S. R. White J.B. Ct.enTlu
:: : from being preeent. *, name i. the tlttuff we w W, for. the plaforu of men party can. during tLis canf ( well the Democratic tit. >mM
I i ngtheii as a purify great '
,I :* :.t r pi, es ntAtion Trns quite as large as could bare bvcnexpected. Iflorirj ivv coui.tr} Letter tLan party be a sat: ti'-u rrin..iplc and jmlicy vhicb L.ill form a l l.i.: for tLe f VhSs, ri'kuu LotL bid.: of the NoLrnaka' sapling. flow Wilder, Dr. J. D. Reid A. D. Cochran Charles Beggs.
and result!
I nnii-t? plead truiltr. Hu: vvhj t were :h'>jrnmjktf NortL to 6ti.nd njxin ; upn which it eau vh.dic.ite the mer.t of in giving permanence H. E C.
: : % ; The coiuinee cf the Convention i* tL* expressed coneLient, WLat an inipri *cnjent it i on the poi | D. Mays, Pope. Dr. A. J. Dozier, J. C. Me-

? ?r: t *. choice of nearly all tie Couctie*, nnJ Lie felectio Well, fir I vail subruit them t papei and let u-y fdIOTV ffee which princijjlc-s it can stand of the and American le porrrnijieut upon I tion of the Sentinel of tLe 6tL of June. The editor i ti' rir inatituti and the Uni-iri. 'I GeLee. Joshua Coffee, J. L.M '*Iv, Dr. D. Anld. A.R

*4 >;.rl* *.A&. ;* .' *) by a Convention ft as Lucre a mutter uf firm ci zci'f cf Leon Court-. T-Lg; and democrat, ai itiu 1'rojfr e* of tLat gigantic struj evil which cnitfJly vititte*cghiiirtt all our tLe ua t; deplored the intifxiuction t-f Hit bill the meetiug We do not pretend to sav that the Democratic par- Campbell. Tandy Turner 1L W. HcLeary. Jofcn"S.
the North is und this
iJT.T; Demorfa judgment ca them, ami if :Lcy bring ia a verdict ioi-J li-gislation, tain national ty at entirely s<> upon question Broome, T. P. Webb, Dr. W. A.Brinson.Thomas J
,. :f tL&n a neoes jy. It nov rcmatu for tl.e rc our reputation, trn.nii'fc deplored the re-opening of the slaery agitation, aud
Sonic of them will ilouLtless unite with the unholy
I rk. : ; >f the State to go is to tie eva v.-ith zeal. TLis is against me. 1 most: cLeufully ul.u.it ; Lut 1 um nut *.on n.f.j.'iml. faith. L'iht national lJr'PirtY f in- k-fc all to construe the resolution for tLea>.elres.j Livingston. R H. Willard, Rowan Lacier, Dan.0.Liv.
A Ct4'I to unc< 5ujj nativnul discord coalition head'.l by the Greeleys, the SewarJs. the :
tLat U.OEC .a and >en'vi thiet.
:4 _t'.4; : : till that is rwjuired to give Mr. ilArrvru. such B vot* willing vLo bud :L'irhe.idf H> fullof 1 griug > our i.ational tzUteuce." j I The third rebulutitii endorses' the amendment for Parkers the Wilrnots and the enemies of the country mgston, :Benj. F. Wardlaw, Wm. Francis Jr.

1 ;: u no other cooJidutr hai* received htce the elecliuutif to Congress, or aitenduig to otl.er busnes end c..iiSijueuUy the rr'pfal of the Missouri compromise, and claims for From Colunibia-Kkbard T. Stanaland.
could Lear I qu-te tLib by way of showing th- utter impibiin generully. hut there are ,.ct a few National Whig (
what I Lad
SC Mr. Yctrc 5u ISIS vihca uot to say. should t'yt '. J Dixon. Senator from From Alacbna-Henry Bradiord.
our majority was uj- .r. a Whig Kentucky, tLe credit to take
of Southern WhoSe ore nrwpotted,
l tLei'r
wLije ijrerlK -men garments
c itir 5uEir.uali.us. l< j.aci! :: f crQLg ccL.trucucu ts fe1hulop> with From Duval-JosepitFiunegao and Charles Bnnrard
4 ward* twelve Luudr > : conduct. Northern brlhreE, nrul the tLsolut* neeessjtv of unit their place Under neh circumstances, j
V :.* :::! : refr the rcadr"to the reluii adftcd by my t tluit tlie whole whig I party in Ci-zlgreu' from all '
with Southern the South united do not despairofeuccesa.
ing we ;
1 I v t"13 the
.' the Ckioventiou. will be f..ut.t l ti.jiV and n>f riiberp f-f that Cv nvcirticn gates.
I 'fi; TLcy wt ci- lions could only muster roiaitEN VOTES in the House would be .it.
the &cntim uti arJ eucb tk t I La to nt.ke, all l tL:.: in with the found IItlrthIfl) di-niocratp. 11eV. forn, tbe only I a failure in such a struggle a triumph- From Jackson-.G. S. Hawkins, for delegate
: pre* ing right v.e nre i.rc, on the passage of the bill und that the Iemocr, the South Uiat the day for dissolution proxj
the cf the tLc SLite ill It roakiug tJiem, 1 Lope I might not U emitkred & ] rarty capable ofTetirg any Lojfj! rfc-tan to would sLow to All of which is respectfully submitted.
Lay pcvplef TV
iilS cs great who thy ere now trying to put down, had to do the
; ; is hanrj it would the heatU of the people '
tie d-Figti e-f tic CUih'tioa at prepare
fuund ta eudorce. di turU-r of the pr v xIngs cf that icoetit. tl.at I IhiJ existing bc-tvetn LiiV t 1L A- LOG Chairmen.
willing voting, and were cirtitl'-d to tie credit if any was lue- for the result which Northern fanatics are ,
_ alwave brra Ul and cLoitkm! deplorable A communication from Che .
fei : i> whig. rg:: to the iutioiij.1wLig I The fourth County of St.John
t'v ; acknowledge not
a single WLjj
-. .,*- Candidates party. IeauI I believed tL* r>ruici.l] < f that Another qa ,tion to the people. 3r. Editor and 1 1a'n evidently seeking to accomplish. dreseed to the President of the Democratic Ccm atiun >
; \ -rr-/> Whig I from the North voted for the bill, and at that poii.t -
Lr C'-aducivfc Hj- Ut-nt. TLere are three }>artiep now in Congress, Madison Hoos received and
J p rty to IHOTC ta happiness aud] v.'tli i at Court was requilV
; in Lon k brcczh "ct fur iii.I the in- Di.'trht tilth great ha terminated Crop
: :. The Vhig party s t twig propriety c
-4 ,.. T -rr, fare of cur c'UntrLut I that Le time had c-r.r r r LeutJitit vis:-!. A Cuii'!i.utioiul Uni-rt pzrty c'itj'o.pd, J ofNoitLern ing no action was IniJ on the tal/e.
** f ;4. Legislature llix E. 0. Cabel Geo. Sbae. AlCromartie the resolution. Dut moved by thone generous Our recent visit to Madison, where we met gentlemen
rf v. t. j 4 to dilTriei.ee in >int c-f priKtpibttnetii and Svn'Juru Deniucra _', .An nl ilhioni On motion ofR F. Wardlaw, the foUowrag gentle
> and TT. S. Murray- t vcryrwpt >-;: .- / me tno great; pic l pnrtivf th t t-; that I party, compfved of ciie D njcraU and thr men were appointed a committee by the Chan to prepare
.yt---; *t, but uue which can be beaten, nn : L L..u i..tre ..,sv &iji iijt I bar] NortLern v.-'Lig J iry.! wLo e oLjt-ct is tn trjin-r-le un1 1 and report as rxrly as practicable bnaiees for
I, bcat.u if tLe Dera-jcra'.s do their dcty j iu tL elecucn.Mr. i-onlLcru democrat In-eause but 44 Northern dem-j prospect of the crops in Florida of which we a-
.ytkW'i' : equally dpr -cated nilO"Uai filing fur J dei font the C4.to.tl'.rti.Ilj ; 3. A small j>srtv ofi-jgood the a.-tioo of the Convention;
Cabell u bv uo mean strong in Leon-Gn. SLineoijlv party crate vot d for the bill. ONLY 44 1 ..Yortt'rnfiinoerats railed ourself. We heard but one expression on the
ccend lLat tL Southern Ligs. AH true to the Union the df G. S. Hawkins JfeiH ifcPherton laoaaNathans
w BCI <.OL! j>aru ii vrould Utid more a* mocrats C. E. Dyke, ,
!IL ?: ; succeeded two yuan ago by ten voUs over noandilate <; A.NI> NOT (Xurlhrrn Wish Truly jubject. The crops every where are represented to :
to a iIiBJ'/u'j'-a of li j Uiu'jn than anvtLing dee j that jut t'i few in number that uiies they rill uai'e : E. Anderson, A. B. Noyea. W. H War B-
;1' :yTf .. who was on a tick bed during tie wL .' a dark and cloud Lad ovmLadowed the with the democrats iu Congre** tlircnn, ilo tlie Sou'.Lno : C. Pope Richard Stanuland, Chaa. Una-ward, mid
I. :'.>**. ; *-Mr. Croniiirtie. though Le may be rjipcjed.as portentous cornj -eil uf men whose cympnthies nere easily exd-' person remarked, when speaking of the corn crop. '
rkd. Now f.ir t1t "
Witli of'
wLig ol late aud I feared it fnebwilej queelion- v.Lcb( Bradford.
: J0V-A the Sentinel iutimates, to rtjiuJialion. vill Cud party no good i ted-benevolent intlividual", 110 do good unto oth that he had never known such a prospect since be Henry
Our Northern brethren had repudiated the South, atadd'aiud these parties T ill Go' Browu act, if elected !" If Lt On motion of B. C. Pope, the sane committee wen
that the people are not, and uc to $r. JIurrey we ers as they Lave opportunity." The democracy feel had been in Florida. On our way home, we bad
their Oetenuiuuii'iu is .pjw.aed to tLe S-vjtL uniting here-.to tlie iQase instructed to apportion the ratio and manner of voting
Wft: don't suppose the Whigs expected toele t liini vli'ti'be never ngniu to afEliate aensibly the obligation under which they have been the pleasure of riding over the crop of the hospitable
ith 1 trie entire uniting and eendit.g HJI one united r.io m uf by each county.
u. an w and
; was nominated. we don't tnenn to &ay in tii'- representation part support placed but regret that the meeting did not go one Capt. LACK, whose plantation u situated In the
? % f'TH of the democratic fniru the North Led our sunny homes end for the protection &,,' our r>n-r>er1 The Convention then *adjourned 4 .'clod.F.&
: ? ? irmarts tLat tLfe gcnt'ernu Lure jK.Jvcn < f are ut KJ nf're.enthtiu tep further a-i-1 viiigratulate them on the fact that heart of that rich body of land known as "Patterson'sHammock.
Le be in favor (
11-will of hit
!- voted in Cot-gre pgiunst our njualitv e'fris'Lts uniler'tbf repre. ntativta t.f the f miles West of M tdison Court
-trv wav vortliy, good tiiiz j.e..j.le. wl. g and democrat, uuitiicio MADISON C. H. 4 O'CLOCK. P. M.
e-viistiluti'm. Yes, tLcte fcrwLIcL G-ntp-pis J ThiS ;
!$ L1; 4.! tlittt there ie such n grov. lug dietste an.ong tIe j> o.jiV lights our is the stiua Wligs ami Abolitionists, only 4S Northern j Uonse. We have never Seen such corn as our kind
fcliow-cilizeiia The Convention _..
io met
fatij'.ri. liuitVd ufT ied and died. Lave been denied qu ai.ntr.. We all agree pursuant-to adjocrnnMat
< induced to unite with host carried us through, while his cotton is decidetlly -
cf that tLvie be
to anY tLuig scoring ll'/n" u R0rg: democrats out Of 101 could crop
.. the entire that there i ia m> ditTireuee in iiriiicij! between'' ( The committee appointed to prepare business lor the
us by wLijy party %oi'th. the best huv met with Much
undoubted rght* we anywhere.
be cntTt-mtl sinath cf that the effe'ct of the and our _
to B up party. encrcy vote against
MtWr I lAd the Cvnveattr with kin,1eit and the two pJtie.-tht' elsveny Cj-n-etu-u : nil that divides Convention, reported throrgh their Chairman. C. t
t.e feelings Southern democracy of would reach to the shoulders of
the it
a onhorseback.
1.tot.I whinb *ill lx to 1 ley on the flidf e.icb cf h's c jrutrTlio TLut tLey failed thus congratulate person
; the North r.nd the resolutions
the South llieti Dyke, following :
::" < Wiip in tLe South w cti&eii 1 iiumbittJ bejj tli*" j nwn parly of the South niite f Their upon 1. KetoJvd, That the Democratic Party of Florida
MJfVVr f aau tlitl.ing. t5mt bare Ln, jird, LIK t SvutL to arouse from her l tiiargy and forget ting party. couutn-, their iuUre ern'win" Lave shown themselves true to the Constitution. ed. Io one instance there were counted on a stalk as ,
and tLnr assen.Lkd in Convention their
< t* own demand avow continued attachment
eafeiy "
-- to :tat'l up vci'Ji a bold front-flud as a unit in :prlrrt a union. | inaJ-frtrnce for'as patriot many as thirty-four bolls nearly all of which were full
; bt buried attributed ;
in Le
; th4e who cling to it* organization must mast to
thoee National
I 1 be mi-taken to which the
Loj* mar Mr. Principles on Party
Editor: but io
of the Cuii litutiou and the of the South ruy
riLts amid the storm of fanaticism grown. The Captain estimates that with no disaster ,
T the ruins. TTe o.Tr tint ticket our l.eart felt sympathies opinion thfc dsj i is uotd' tant vrLcn they mustrejoice that Las stood since the days of Jefierson and hkl> La'i'.
and if tLere were any couatitutiohal men in the North, we fll be obliged ( State, there is his will average thrre thousand 'oundt of seed '
Y the Northern crop j
: i
: ; at the ead fete v 1 t.i1i t hiis them. which sweeping over established to guide and control
tj unite! anJ then it 1 he too late become so firmly aa
(it .natt< red uc t to wLat political ps.rty they blong- ] UIMJ to nve the IV'' ef the parties of the country whioh has cotton, per arre. and from our inspection and the character j
jeLl, f..r our Northern allies UJBV Lave one great s the policy of the country, and which our political cppourats -
fl.) let UE uuitc with tLem.and Luttliiig against til fa.latics beeu ovtrpow-1 thrown itwlf into the breach cud is battling for thenis.bL of the land we should not judge the estimate at
The i iOwicg wise
Whig Meeting. to
eyed ly the lOhlitioo tL* re. have compelled acknowledge as
.tc 4.t put tLm (1W1l. if ;wsliiJe. To bring about' j jI When the fugitive slave law, another preat all extravagant.By .
I..4M; to absence from the city on Saltird y Iwt.vlin 1 had lille and
: ; : thought ( Mr. Editor.] |Int I I1U1d! Dot just.
of I ticket c
tl.is Ctii. two
unity lIJrsed a j"int in
; of cunKtitutional right was landing 1E50.
the WLTg itiifcU vi-ai LU fr tie muiiiat.n; : question ( the of Florida eontinubg -
: g 4 be n Constitutional Union man without the publication of the n.iwutenof General Conference 2. RtuJtcd That Democracy ,
ivLig* and two democrats for tile Legislature arid that sa\mg sometliin and! when the offered for it WB the nrreuder of
? -* :* cfcAadidatcs fron Lomi. we were tlfprivtd! <>f tL | about tile pret-ent alWifliItratiir.pj'5 ad- price of the Methodist Church, South reeenth held steadfastly by the Platform adopted cUbe hut
% tire Gjustitulion and cquuliiv of ti Ltsi.ould of f Texas and the abolition
(ior country the disairmbermcnt ,
:4 p'eaturc! of being a*. wxl tnking nf>tcf : :f fj1 prf6 Le our watcLvord. and that all party rancor niini.-triiton! LicLliRS) ctonl firmly Lv tLe Con Ututh.n of the slave trade in the District of Columbia, at-Columbus xppenr* the total membership of present

HE cause up. Rumor however. Las plucfl Ltis thC Uni'-n. and the rights of the Snu'.li. n.tnitbetaniliiip that den>n,in.ition in tie South reaches 673,262. rii" aJaiinintration was brought into power, cannot with
ijouii be lull I aii'Je tLat the in in the
Northern llonse
arrangenieut oplulojj.c'iulj -
; my foor Whig
'I? : : &Q i YS46LULb of tit in"kt u'-tU/.t iLit-gt s3 iid Ouue f ftn tliTe ere eijjhty hold the of their at the
ui exprttit
; it Labc -n availed at every North vided as follows : White*, 415 296 ; Colored. 154-1 high gratification
U.aJe witii the deui"erns steji by
Lc tusily Three of that number
very werptewprd
: trt o2ui ii.6onie cf v.L.cL; iLc p > jj'e of tLt Sute cm fiimtioi iu. He lian proved Lim-eJf oflbe j jujjM.rt of Representatives. 264 ; Indians. S.C91. Of travelling preachers there pasaage by Congress of the Nvbraslca-Kaaaas Bill, u
just Lad Rcoavcrfatiuti witLone of the worthy '
that ha J ueaieratic >- to vote for the bill an-1 with thw amount
: crt iut ierted i ia kno i1.! AM$civ fioin ll.i; f.jrry f-r tI Le Mr. Christie, Le given Lim l 1w tJ.c South at hi* election"! cud I are 18 )3 ; superiintiHteil. 142 ; local. 422S. Thce a measure couceived in a spirit of justice to ail the
CiudiJate gislHture. used their
Northern capital as a cement
: of -
: caused amung the iucurabiM IA tLt U.ravj fiuLg vtw L .pc the S"UtL will c'ainue; to ntnin] J by him. i iKeieetfuly partY was in the Iat tce'f insUcl xear an inert of SO, States of the Confederacy, and wbieL ia calculated to
Ho told if I would
will me been retained _
tifectly. baa the
me to
naming j organiznti.in
: the camp b\ Dr. rA&cuilX, v.Lott. tJ-uirsblt Je'.ltr j jvri.l C;. W. I'ARKIIILL up present 401 iu the membership. restore harmony to the country by withdrawing froa
a. make: tl.e pi t pwsitiou an J it as acquiesced in, l Lej, were even strong enough to swallow Mr. Sew.
t.e f.uiJ iu aiiu'.Lcrolui: ; n of tLi duy"tmjxr.; They The South Carolina Conference has the largest number Congress the exciting subject of shivery and transfer

tLtcVftit of tLe uieetiiig *u tLe ..J>e<' :Ltf Ex-Go t-r j jerajr would willingly; mi/n Lis place in favor 'fHT.Lig.au J Norn.-I have been solicited: ] by uamcrou pon* rd's candidate for the Presidency in ISS!. and to e o of members white aid coloured vix, 5i93 ; but j jin ring it to the people who an to b* imi.i4.tey af-

the e u&ed by Major Beard' decliinng turuu, 1 1on before the people, claiming that they were a better t tenn
JJaows, vL! i ill iuw fairly in tLt 1t1J ai tLe j vauutcv Ii i.luw! my nnrae to be plufud npon the democratic ] white* ulone tic Georgia Cor.fertnee b fifsi en the feted thereby when they shall ask to b* rseoguiasd
of liu ines. niigLt l hr filled by a wLi also. al than the Democrata.
Wing cabUiJutr for CwnprtM, wnL fucL t> pn..jn-rt of accj'iijt ( ticket for the Jjegi-Jature. but 1 declint! G. W. P."KnowNothings" tituti 'i> party The Neihraska list having 60 SC'. Ilolston comes next, having S3, as sovereign State of the Union.S. .
And as to our representative in Cougrefs. Mr. MtX' bill has riiown how great was their errotmad .
defou befote i.'nn xr no WLig cuodi'late )La% Lad fvtuauv 039, Alabama S7.60C.. In missionary collections tie Rtfdvfil' That io view of the declared determination
well tLe incumbent, he Laving left a lucra i'mJrfttentlivvnloclrj the
fr having
1n'eseut but fart
TU-Govi-niT 11 ifji'-rtnl to Lute uudb they the of the enemies of the fobnska-KaiMM
a dav. S. C. Conference stands first then Alabama, and fieor.gi.a on part
live to serve the ple of the State and j jLein d' ubtl'* have their t ta
jie would
profefcsiuu Notiees about > s presented congratulations
::1I4k prtut ninny tLiug*, a*urjt"niiig duub'.le to the UH suf > weie jvrfled town fT a Ennw thiid. The total amonnl raided for mitif was Bill in the free States to bring about a repeal of that
a man of ability, ZAflII l Lacing stood np itLuliy( Nothing" < trtotefullv na they dJ! their vynipathies. j jTlie
; || iue ting/ WiJnlay the
Li* puliluuil friemlb w tLey *nc to Lis oppoueutkAltLuugL evening last.at f ICS.03I. The minutes also show a decided improvement measure and thereby restore the Missouri Kwtnctieo,
f the rights of the South under the Constitution, I Court ll It turned ) fifth re ilution i is the t of the !
>r tue. out, however, to Le boa\ mn important
vf 1 Uierekolutijus tndoised the a is in
out priitcirlcof in the amounts collected for the superonuated it the duty of the SooU>to nrat. aa one man opposition
w ns decidedly in favor of Ceejrinp him where he was ; -.l' i.htles the work of som W tLi oeries. and call for a more extended notice but an '
deem n
: tLe I ct.n-.ka Dill yet Lin vx-Kxctllcney was afraid and deficient preachers. The forrgoing statisXicaj thereto, and in cordial tnatainment of the prea
., that) it wotilil] b' almost a sin. eflr Le has made i chwrifices f.tn.. .ircajiioD to remark that these this article i ii nlrcady too long I must its
; political postpone
SoulLcin Lo Lad voted fur that tbe frt'
that the \Vliigg measure ; feuta indicate a steady progress in the Church.I cut administration and those Democrat* from
for his country, to place Lim aside for a new j I organization are dangerous cnjines in I consideration until next itsue.
: had put their loot into a trap and would nlti JIBTCJy a free country your I SB States by wiuae aid tbu Bill was enacted into a

.Ipii: :'.., regret their eoune FJOUI all ue lave beard of Lis man, and th%* )"t only perpetrate flu act of iojustieetowErJs i The oLjeeta of dIe Know-Nothing" eocirtv, so far GADSDEN. | The following paragraph which we copy from the and the South restored to a position equality wA

; remfctk* on iLls subject we infer that there ?s a remarL&ble bim jsirsonally, but deprive the people' ofhin HS they are known, lire in clendly hostility to the constitution Galveston, (TejH) Journal of the 19tb ulU make the other States i io the enjoyment of the common U1-

valuable fervicon. Tliink, I leg you. fellow-citireiwi, |! and laws, and to The Administration.
4 coincidence of sentiment betwren bitn sod tie lepugnant ertrr principle allusimi to a man who, we suspect, U uo stranger to j ritory.
lfureyou cant your votes against Maxwell-niiFOa >& ti"Hi vhich this coiuUry has based its nndgreatnes. 1 Nothing but simple justice is done to the admiVs of Florida
democrat" ormfefisiousme | I tb Pwnocraey
j1p t prcUyiJed bourftt WI M b-igus prosjirntv certain parties IK>I a thousand miles from Tallahassee. 4. Retolvtd, That wbfl

% fl.t.i1d br a corrtepondeut of the Sfntttl who TolK ELVCO. Thno.f.ir the Society LHS allied itnelf with trati n Iii the following passage in a letter of the I Certainly Hollteter's manner of raising the s'iud, etcetera regard with loalhis and eorn thuse Representative

: ( aijns Limself" Leon" That the Governor &lu>uld regard How did U tate Mr.Editor I Why, the old fogie fanaticism, and has contributed in the cities of the Washington correspondent of the New Yoik Journal ia very Carpenterion : from the Korth, of either party, who opposed and eadeavoredj -

kU1c4: f that measure wi'Jj diaapiirbatkr. b cot, howev- turned up their noi atiit, ; they saw that their North to swell the triumphs lIf Abolitionism in the of Commerce : Our readers will recollect that some etghUen to defeat by faetioua ms M the passage of

E1 er, su wonderful v Len v.e rememberjtlie efforts he L&sraade prospects for an office under a joint ticket would not election of anti Nebraska Whigs, an in the caae of It is have understood been for that the time duties of all the Departments laborious months ag<\ Hollwtcr was arrested iu New Orleans at the Nebraska Ksrr" Bill, they accord all honor to ttoooLU

4 in days gone by in defence of Southern rights be as good as if they could keep up party organization Judge Conrad tobemuyorof Philadelphia. As the Jefunct 'llie Secretary some State past fspecitilly excessively, hits been tlie instance of Mr. J. June, and brought to this city. band of Northern Democrat who adhbcred sitb

? and interests. VTe Lope be will stick to )Us poiiiion and the excitement: consequent to it. I understand Native American" party re\i\cd. it is doubt Uxed with sir amount of intellectual labor that no ordinary He bad by means of forged certificate of deposit such unabrinku flnnnes to the principle of that****"

c14L4. Bet tbe Governor's slap at the Xrbraaka Bill was that my esteemed friend, GOT. Brown, in a speech less intended as an adjunct of the AVbi" Party and (tower* of endurance could possibly surnwunt. New Yoi k. obtained money from the Bunk, and also us-a, and thereby vindieated their right to oar ea&*

4L nothing in comparison to bis next piece of extravaB which be made after I left, the Louse, Mid b* was hopes through" Uie attractive garb of secresy to wheedle There Lave been the fishery and reciprocity, the neutral from purchased a mercantile cotton and house shipped iu this it to citv.New with York.which He be deoos and politics1 association, and b them we rstoftbe

It'iL g&&e. Mid tu1 'Democrats were now Abusing sorry for the young man." I need none of his pity- and seduw democrats enough into iu orgsniza Cuban rights and, other tilt Central negotiations American., all*involving the Peruvian question the was[ suspected, and Mr. Rose was sent to New Orleans ni JUprweutativea of the tro os-tss-n Dsaioo.

IfZI SeistDr Sftttan because be would not go far that bill, If b. means by ptyinjint that be i is Borry that neither Lion to enable them, by "aiding with that party, to carry of great moment, to b* discussed with astute diplomat to watch him and ascertain whether the certificate racy with whom it ia a pltamir and duty to aEli

j: but that Beaton ITU TOO HOSMT to be bought by the he nor any of the wire-pollwrt of the Llg party can as they boast they will be able to do, the election of various language and io none of them bus were genuine. TLe telegraph gave speedy advice of and act.

Prt/ Tbii WM ft notable compliment CTnscientwmly give toe office, I can'tell him that I io 1656. ThIs is sufficient, we should imagine, to deter Mr. Marcy failed jnntify his great reputation for the forgery, and the extensive cotton buyer was anon
Democratic in hmbo. II* has occupied the cell of our jail until 5. Rtmdved, That the dm5nistratio of Pr'
yq Traitor and an office neither do I'vish and democrats, who, unlike their have acumen, sagacity, and firmness.
rob Southern political prostitute never Lave sought one, opponent*, principles skeleton. national
his robust ha dwindled to
that & frame a
; to The violent abus which Pierce, m common with once Pzxacx baa been controlled by high and port
for from FloiidaCM when I do desire promotion, I will to the of their own as a party, from with such admiration
b tba lips of a oandidsl* CongTas ga people. uniting all his predecessors, ha received from a portion of The fine looking gentleman, who won the couakhntiona rising above sectional influences aS 4
'. in the of the The nomination the ticket offered to a society. of the ladies, the favor of the gentlemen ; and who
rinfulaily ears on whig was me
wUrfi nill v ad _ the presa, has been a matter of surprise to foreigners emaciated prejudices and looking only to the welfare ad tap .
of the numbtrof who Vrwaids I with the character of shone so brilliantly at the hotel ia now caciimiuiilpbie.1ly
and we by a gentlemen, were on .acquainted: unscrupulous
of tb State may
: ptopU and morally rained. pine** of all the people, thee. perpetuity and bar 1
Three Drowned. warfare but the truth i Ic that h and his
Negroes partisan *
South. Thorn B rt &*te* eomplimeoUd by a the Committee which brought out ths canlid te,, and ; thi
On Tuesday last, four negro befongikf to F. ItCottsn hmmluild are universally popular amougat the resident of lb* Union, and we eontiou* to rrpoa loiS
VW sz.Gotnr ofPlosidall I refused to let be nsed, and remarks
that* an my
&nd my
Southern Wbigl of and all who within six hundred
the of
:t went out io a-bo&t metropolis, coma the Abolition Faaatifi m.-A meeting moat nrJimiUd enofidence.
: Esq, on Lake Jaoksos in
*Tell it not io Gftil publish it oot b A* before the Convention ware made before tb* Ooaunil- oreH of 1h White HOOM, bar kindly reraembronce -
away Ma**, on the ti"
and th boat abolitionwU took place Fanniagham 8. Rnolvei, That b the preMot m
this CoOnty, filling three a '
r Bflt0S tha f .d1 ren.gak-ths au wbo tea retired; so I mould not have ben bflnwced water, f of it* occupant sJ.
: I kalon the twgroM war* unfortunately drownad. Thair 4th. Messrs. Garrison, PhUipps, and others, delivered State of Florida, we continue to rseognaf *
beta imInit.d for Uw rntidra< with through piqu.. ag 1
a1N&j ySoathero concluding.h wb' *
: baa What did Gen. Ja&snn'uy inl517fttoct wra from IA to 30.Tb Roman Catholic Churtk Shun vp by Ounp sTjecbe*-Oarrion perfonnanc by Demoarat and eaMiatsnt son of tW Sontlw
s.ec4Sddlert-.u *ua eommsad4to party th*
5cwrd M of the United State and the mkdial to pi05fl0t
Cabt'at drrA-Tha Catholic ChurA at DorchesUr in boning the Constitution ministration is dbd Ij a
Iwoatt '. In tb wbo asked his opinion afoot the selection of a nw ,
pwpla a$ ar -poralll- t* of tbtStata.
fienat oam* to arot* the Fagttrva Slav Law, amidst applause aad erie* of interest, and develop* the mo wt.of all p'
) of conisUocy to what ira w. teoding t 4a intlengtbt by PmWeot Monroe I listen to tb* old Lero>- oo pj UassaehuMtta waa blown up with gunpowder and

: : nhID ID tbcir adberenc Everything depends on the lrction of your minis.UT. of the Indigent Insane Bin on the 6th iost, and by a almost entirely destroyed on the 4th. Thtrt is eoatderable shame.II .
will not wen go paitjOoteinor of'j Fin
I L can Baown expctt tc conurt the 1 i Inerety ttlection, party and pat Iy fvrling should vote of 21 ycai to 20 vas ktutaiocd tbe messsy*. L excitement bomt accus the Koow-Koth- n with auoh' fanatic u these that the Whig, of 7. tefndt That tbe Dwocntic ftrty



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firorable to such an appropriation tof the Internal rw.f; tli weigh! iwiug loo TBuc) for tb.roja1browa ourselves wi.h the siniple restoraUo of thlt which WI.bteu Charietton. -

ire0rnt and School Funds of the State, us that to eopp(ift. U>m d wnbetliere ought not"Jo; rei1 Brig Marjr'Aaonow ou bet way trout T ,letusJ _1ta- /

tft amount of benefit may be derivnd by the Kb iheo 1i.tned with-ludiffcrerwf to tie requwlevt idi. up(,u ane further action,having for its object, o<'t merely j TUE H t.iuwtlrrtnmlif..nediately.! Perdreiiou B ly pmditt io OadedenCirtnft Covt. UtHo the rfarn '
supplicant Lui1..i.1 Ijt-
*be 1 (bf ay! the, sectnn? in the management aud em- Inn' nvdixiiren. pritu-e.Its only! productions Thy arc sLc-, and the recoveiy of the ground lost fur a lime to freed1om 4is -. of shipping to that fnh.vill please hurry SooUMrn Life luemae mi Trnli C4npti >r eon I DTDEB.GIN vbM frilv*Jtt bee.tbmud .

pW} rull k p forward their produeex aa the tow*! will only remain plainMt and TbomM XtQt ia feadut ViH x- *11 sIthe jiBsm
aw'iGt-rlt < H-m-U. Th-se I bankers ,
( ) the but
"f tlj<>" want inl; uorcan.titvy tempt the rnxtion ufiupi.abi against a,1i
FltlTnIUt' Pofbittis in port 10 daya-ind there anay pot he another pose at pnUie outcry,far cash, before tbCoortBouM agI a1. s.d IL,
-trc lewd, one by one, and ou moti'n. to eti fn.it1emi cLitel } t14'e.. 1K tln-n orderni the extension of '
The resolutions slavery. tin FalL HcNAUOHT 4 ORMOND.JnlT door in the town of Qniney,within legal bourdon Mon r1Iiii,
Seiph a thousand vl jl J, tn i a rob* ofcuSoMs
( pti-rw g -jf j f &. the 7tb next the following described
uljrjw4Ac.5 aWan .! day. daff 4ngust success cartam. $bSsfr) $ h.
worLraansltip. The wily A> innnediately 1Vt2t7
CoinnJtUw aso made the following retriu threw the C"hi to the shtvr*. mid tin- crowd in the Important National Mcasnres-- LeonFj property, to-wit: over the .awG frdtkbsI.-M .4 4

Tbe Mme ttrt-et*. Ofwlidt ." said he to the attoiibbeduiuiiatcli The Baltimore American says there has, probably, Academy. Three slave. R rben, aged about S3 years; Jack, This snperforify'consist a* Its1 i _

fcf-rml ) "is the Tit-altli list' or the jrwelry of Prsia tome never been a greater number of important national T instit tL bat been & a UjtUy prsper iacuudititm' ngcd a i out 84 years ; Sarah, aged about S3 year >nore cpus vnlrttVsf hs mid .xt tnt.
Committee to wiorn WEI the subject dornir the past year, Tim building i is Also the following lands to-wit: break, or inany -wayiajura .tWibrej at th*
I The hill of own country arc of gold, and measures occupying the attention cf the people and taia* ,
*l tie burm'f tie Convention, respect fully rpot I its duet sihcr." Thia tny apjK.d to the avarice rathre now under etflrtncffcr rUrgrm-nt to iwic? h prrtentdimensiooa. The N E i of Sec 18 T 2.N of R 2. Wi the VT iof time imparting to the lint that -so* and oily fjg

*' as tke rule governing tie actii of this than the of the Persian had U-tti-r success.KhoobViio Congress of the cour.try than at this time. Among OUtHfJiu-jroven* .t* alv> ill1* made N W i of Sec 1 7. T 2, N of E 2, W,excepting from whictris natural to the stsplIPwb..p4sdb1Js.4

be r0iioTrJDg sympathies them we specify iu the coruing 'aii' that the af'the pitch of said Tbomaa the liat from -
criminals within )his dominions, to the amount The Treaty between Mexico find the United States, eomioencemezjt of the Fall 14-rm. will preoent better Mills to Jan.rs Thomas, bv deed dated July 7, 1885; from i to,H cantsjw: foaad cunfa tba :wlon
the crdiosry rules% governing Failiamenbodijs facilities tar arPiln.tic and intellectual and S E N W 4 of Sec 17 Jf.of R. 2 .
the of TJ2 the
thorough -
lit. That If S.GCO men. If they e umjr thp .c 'ei'n i ," anid by which wo are to pay ten millions for route to the i saw gin. r .. *
I* Mlowwl by thU: Oouventinn, he. "ii will add to kii.giLin if tiny pelUh, they Pacific, a large a<*<:essicrj of territory, an extinguish- training han ever hef e.Tl.e W, containing in all 16ft acres. 1- It cleans the Sea Isan3 Cotton Ia fltut. and wilt

ta5 -r ttl"! I1'0 uf voting fi'r candidnlesbein pro- but nuflvr the jut jiuiiibh'.n'iit Uiy of;th -ir criines." Vvithtbet ment of cestilu Mexican claims araint the United Rer.A. R. Wotr rHI eontinoe charge oftheEneii&ti HUGH ARCHER, Ja, ) Special Masters (in from 80Ota 1000 poafidrpar', daf> afld > t&ut

"L ncnt.er (f members of each iuCfVniin. >e iiiixiliiiie* iSciph rriuinetl toArabia, aouu defi'itt Stales UIKJI the Treaty of Guadulupe Hidalgo and ait4.qlaasical dep-u-'meut. anbted by MikK. HALEY T. BLOCKER, f io Chancerj. Manufacturers We tested i the Cut is'io amuch,
the cuuuty M. in Ui
pioI1tO d Mugfuk. and ieitUtbli hrd :i L
Ab1euby.'vt Competent aaaietanc
G'' city aud.Fishery between C eat Biitain unJ the provided to Gin _
tb* ll.imyiriles. th-/ugli hft r thiiti. >y were mAy titled Trmiiy i Notice."VTOTICEiahereby .
tbcd 3raiiid the rBt effiurtwill
Tt-ltt. Cowttin. Fife U. Slates aa-1 intended articub.rlv? ft the benefit feet mat> be made, In North Carolina Items BaUWi Son
5i more > r Edgeeonb,
en irs, and! were, f ct, bttia s >f Pcifip. Under | -
to render Hw' doeatK*'of ladien as txteneiv given to all having claims
0 &TtrNn : ot fie. E st The annexation of ihs iSa'idwIth Ir- younj persona County and Dr.RL.Hni. of Wan aneT
4 this they iciuninei. until Yrmen wuscoiiqutied 11 Ooooty.
yeth&, ; guvcrumciit thorough and valuable aa can bo secured at any of against the estate of OrifRa M. Fletcher, lately others
several Lava
Wh Ut lands Kaid have b determiiied tried the Gin en Sbort Cotton
tu pattially \Lt
*, 2 by the 1'euU-nHiit* of Mohammed. { eu upon Female Colleges. dcceaaexl, vf Cadsdeu to them tn the
wtoIl 2 i Ii'ii. to Commi si'>iier the our Oiunty. prrerat past season awl arc highly pleased with the msvlt _
i our 4-
2. 7uKingdv,* vf Uira.-Tlie anmiU of lids Lilg: by auUu.ihy given > toaccrpt The full term will commence on Tuesday October TfnJerRigned Executor within the lime pretjeribed by *
1tnel. 4 Columbia .. of j'lutector. A Treaty between the United In Texas the New Gin is bound to sweeprlsan ....
S position
dotn and that ot O.tu couUiu n law otherwise thin
tpcciili ,24th. lUtes of tuition of ten weeks will will be pleaded in bar and
per quarter ; John of
2 Duval, 8 i iuteie-t States and Japan by which three of the ports of tInt nil thtwe indebted to said Capt Mataforda; wh* purchased 4h,
be crradoated follows: estate are to make
YrlLfl requested
Puttum 2 kingdom me opened to be Ameiicau ewuinierc.4 .- first two Gina sold in Texas, daelarea that ifbahadt ( -
:3. Ik-bides the three pHncipnl dynntiee uu-ijti-jiu-d. and payment immediatelv.ZA'BUD. i
Keadiug. Writing,
,3j.di of the tnrit 'rios Ortlf'grapy received them in-time have Ginned his *
8 Aiachua crgJiniration < of Ncbrtsba and to wbol tropit
there wa n vaiitty otlitr Bnnl-r! "tate \\hi- h hud Primary Arithmetic..G 25 FLETCHER, F eutor.
I_jjgt after tbs nomination cf can Jidnte;, the votfafa princes; of their ow n, who ackno le.5v.fd IK depeudeiiccOL Ivansas. 1 he acquisition of Cuba either hy purchase The above with Primary Grammar, July 1, 154. 2C 6w would have made a difieraooe of/rum 2uOO to tOOO
J 01 eo'jquebt. TLe reorgnniztttion of the Navy and the dollars in his fator .,
ehrul proceed without debate of imv 8Uj dieT. Tho iioi1 iuti-d of th( se vtictl Geography, ac.-. .. . ..8 00 ? ( if:
tit saffic of 60 inch Gins warraDtad
cbtaLl.f-hn (
any : e NoWhda. or Irlimatl.te: Ai l kunwu in tc.iptureit : an apprenticeship \ >ti-in for the iucrcat.e Natural Compi.'siti.Mi. DR. LEWIS, 'are o pick 1800 peond*
ofbeamea. A I'l.ficatiun o'f History. IhiUopby, of lint in 12 hours The inch .
the tarilf and 4S Urns will do f
1-jaJ trbaUver.th. Iduincuus or IMomitts, who I.JUH: "'swve.l u itc_.. ... .. RESIDENT DENTIST OMB. *
pr of the I'acifie ... ... .10 00 1000 to 1200 of s
the Kniirnad. lint
I building : The wiihdrowalcf ; pounds in the same time with .
shall iu ,
lt given cotanti i the nation their
The ><> Ly s by distinct name nH a ; asserting inlcpcndcuce Algebra.Physical Geognpbt.Chem- TALLAHASSEE FLA.
the African Mjundron, and the a'lojttion uf means proper speed, and to run as long aa a Saw Giaanaiu
fanmgh) one of their Ixtdy selected f >r thepwpo.e alike njrainit the huets tf Esjyj/t and Eiliioj-ia. i i44trv. Astronomy, Mental au.l of failure
& ease with
of the Jews, tie Assyiian*. the ( ;u-eks, and the Kninnc <> for lLe jirotfCliua of the merchant marine on our Moral PhiU-sophy, and Ancient LLA,:; IS now inpertiroj Artificial Teeth on the proper usoge, they.wQlbettad* .
and Jrca riva core, an J that two third o- -all of whom "hud sucof.-r.it ely iailcd thi-ir Hit. new and improved principle withy goo.LPriec -4

sLP itles cast shall be necessary to a nomination.VLieh tot riu'lies. The dukes; of Kdnni wcie f.imnus long Instruction J.atiguage.j on Piano Forte with 50 continuous gums from one side to the of 48 inch Gin $300. For AO inch |M2& To -

Sandwich Islands- use other without seam or crack, lea ing no place for the be delivered at the nearest depot or landing to. tfca .
\ t'pnrL was adopt oil. bff'-ic there ni ineJ ally Ki'igotertlif-Israihtet. ; mid of Inst rtimcnL. .. .. . . . .15 00 pnrclutaer. and a Man famished i
tht-v u-fiifed Motes a pus a;e ihiou h their boidois to The "Washington corre*]>mideiii of the New York French and Ornamental Needle lodgment of food, thereby rendering them perfectly to sat UM Qln'>oi u w.
The President having Htiuouuced tlmt nnrruisiti Terms Cash ou ten trial
life-like and restoring the oneinal contour of the face days
,.,rt iii order, Mr. 11. A L"ng nominated Hon. AIT11 j the"Lund of_ Oauann.of the J'ttio taost the anrit-Lt citpital u.l Aliiperlmp fIdutua Couii r tl Enquirer wntt-s relative to the prospect of woik. (each). .. .. .. . .. .B 00 so as to,defy detection. He will attend to all call in There will be a stock of these Gfe kept la Talkhassce *-*.-
Hud one FflLlr t-jHtts lit lelandi. It is believed that in to healthfulnees location. ;
annexation of the Sandwich of
: respect at the Brick Store -
arpTrs MAXWELL, to represent this Sta'e iu the in the' Kit; ". *in iV nld-has l been but leI'routrhl .Tallahassee will favorablv with Middle Florida for Full Setts. Those wishing Full recently occupied by >*- ''
The Sandwich IslaU'is ate n bout to come to us> compare any Setti can obtain all necessary information by letter. Messrs. E. T. Taylor 4 Co. forth* sal of theirs*w .
] ultvr )bi-iiiefor m-ries of
CirP c4iitF t<> ligl-l, n agisa of the South Board for six eight ,
4th ? kno. caune they ('m nut know wl fre etc ti go. The situsti"i poition or young He will warrant, in every instance, satisfaction, wxl Gins. .-*
i-ltirtunlly: liiddcu in its solitude fr tu the 'ledcevf l- ladies be obtained of Mrs. Dr. Wilscn ;
The rU Mig called, the vote vias B follows : European as the palace of She J dad, or tht I 4)1 nfi\iirs in that lItt M--tiiig gi ui.p is simply th'w.fn JulvR.can 1R54. 27 prices to suit the times. 'Terms Cash, or when called All! communications addressed to the Agent at 7al U ,

73 A.1.L-El'eaIT.u 2 votes, f.ibled paradise of II em." | e (;tst rliIl.it of the Native rac. like the Nulivni for. laluuaee, will meet with prompt attention -' -
FrmiUm, 2 The t'C&t] f the Si-rroun !inp"eountrj i peeuliaily !i thviiioelvec, i* vn.ni out. The King i ia a wtll meaning St. John's Institute. June 24" 1851. 25 JOHN M. W&ItDWELL> Aou $
finds tochoO' ibt-tlve.ii
It.1me. 2l41tOfl wild and fanUMic On one friilf stretches an mimi Il-c i ii person, liimselfonti-pelled HE Exeicisce of this Institute will I* resumed on Fresh Groceries P. a These Gias can be seen in operation
iti in the Hand Short
evils: llu three ( L'iLtrilvopjiu.ed I on
2 i di'seit of ahif 1g: aau in, whose surf.iee is covered w i'.h rv are p 5l.'ii.hcy, U 17th July inat. Scholars iI! be Cotton at th. oommeneemoet of the
to t-th i.tIer lHJ utiitiiig III n4.thiIlg but ojip..Pit ER Schooner Wm. K. Pettea. Qext Ginuing -
.hck-n :; -
black thou on the other me rugged and iufiula- tceorrfing ti, the Studies P the Plantation '
and at
; teiy charged pursue, no season of Cot. R.W WUlUms "
Thici Gn. ,
tilt. begitiuate gCU4lllCi.t. 0 Id the 25 Casks Ribbed Sides -
Gad.den :; l.II .
ted jjrenpicf1! T. liioh lisrs the dark sumniilscf abatement cf tuitinii fe't will be allowed Wm. Gov. John Bninel
; jinmnj in Bailey,
except ) snd W.P.
Leon.'I this celebrated French paity which in bucily intriguing f.T the trans- 5 do Clear do Lloyd,of >
mount Hor. rut ranee to mt- f ickneM.f5e Leon
ca-es <> protructrd CountyCoLR F. Whfcner "
W itkufl 2JctT..rPon (4 of the Islami t.i the cmp'nc of Louiu Napoleon. 1C do Shoulders, ofGadsden Co. ; : -
< trop>lw 14 from the nt, ti.ruuh n deep ravine called I r .i.Ies. the iwual colraerifa complete an and R. .
4 .4 Ti.e is* lepieaiiitml by Mr. Wyllye, aI'.iiiUh 8 Tierces Sugar Cured Hams, L. -. %
: and it i is to nmciivc pi.ity
El: ritk ; i.ot arv anything nu.ieH'uful Enpli h education, the Latin. Oretk. Fieneh ard German Young, of Jackson Ci. i. -
4'C.Juiaibia1 I The : O. Anderson and *
i.I 1 Slae. 75 Ilbhj. Flour. Capt. *
y!* Iin. fuliVit, SoorttHiy SecitUuy of 9nperfin ;,
fuM.'in than ciu-h
> The
an wi iUi
.4.Daci1 in general ut I i" ut inoie than fii.fHviwjt njtpronth.f.ir the pna
.4Alachu imp.trtinl. ei>!iug with no party, but quietly i ihWMiting 25 do Whiskey, of Madison County. -
u quite
ibr mid
Imriifiucn t, the txittPtn
: ; <-H through Tuition wi'l: from ten to dollars and The letter from
2 lini when the Anioiicsn sufi vary twenty do Lard the Mills Manufacturing"Coutp.fly .- '
the (! flxg. by a 3 ,
wind! th# ttre&in ll.nt wiiti the cliv. Ou oilier payable io advance. publiatod below -.
Futnain, 2 of shall or the Government poKi.ively SCO Bunhc-Ia Com. gives some idea of the value of
> p.
Lan-l \bv I'IM wall of rrrio uj
f j
| < iame s a u-rju-ndiruLji n cLi Fur further particulars addrtw this Gift for t -
Long Staple '
lli'Urfe. 'I IK- third jiaity is. ooinjHi.'fd of tlifadveiiturrrs 2000 Fine Havana Segar.e.Smoked *. *
| anting fruniIt'U: ) t-' 7' 0 feet i.i height which ofit-n: JAMES I MOSELEY.
T Ul, 40 votes. j j7tie | f nil nutii'i.B who arc oppnt-ed to any urt of Tongues, "Vr '
j ()VeJ4Uflg tn sucli) u ilt-fjree that wi'h'.ut their :ib.o Ma-iion, July 1.1851.! &6 4t > HOITOSX "
tPtt.t rauimmceJ that ihe JJiu. ACGUSTT !' lut .ly mo*-tine: the tkj ie inlticvpiud ; fcc-niccly Jeaviu i annexation, In.t whkh di-nitcs to buperet-ilc the nativegtiveinmtMit Maccnrntii. Dried Beef Mass. April 4, 1854. ;' ; -

:? E. MAXWELL, Ltviiii; rm-iveJ the unuiiiiiiuus ; t..4 lifht than in H eattrnfora hundred yenr* by a t' iit ef 19)| i'iitiiueoun FllhbnsUr organ- sATAN:1II: MEDI'AL COLLEGE.SESSION Bologna Sausage, S.-R. PAiXHrsr, Esq. -' :

1 1 'tr-tlnT. TI- sides i" tiii-sron nntic! clm.-iu ir.th..4wtti 4 izatii.li. S'iia.f the AiiK-ricau residents are prumi- 1R545.R.D. Dairy Cheese Dear Sir: VT9 have nsedthelew '

TPtef the C<>nventi'>i\wis: theCtui-iidHtfif t'u Democratic ; 'I!... fan: a.,4tile wild fit;, the ol' iuxler. imJ the i.e.t membi-rs of tlii party. The King has Letn tie White Rum, ic. tc, bales of sea Island and other long staple Cotton '* *:

I'arty to represent this Slute iu the lull GUI- cap.'r )lEnt, vr j ih tia t'.i"u iiun;: duwti fu.iu the p goti.ititit? with Mr. Gregg f>r nim-xatiuu. HtiJ I prc- AU>-OLD.. M. D., Prof. Theory and Practice ofMedicine. Snn 21. 1R54. 2S KERRY A RO'WLES. which you say was ginned on your Sea Island Cottoa* .-;-.. *

grew of the Unite Slates.Tlii ': chil''* iitid cievitx in I biuutifil! I fr-stoons. .r rn -f
I P. M. KOLI.OCK. M. D. Prof Obstetrics. Provisions. .
uinuuncrun-nt vfas iei .cnucd toby hearty upphufe. the jiath with :i mint i.&IaCC tIzi.t) alniort (41411|iucti> the V.'ht-n ncquiicil, thffe Irhmdn will prob.iUy: be govirneJ -. We regret in not having a larger supply of this ":
] of itself | ; by a pn> Consul with or without a local Lrgia- W. G. BCLLOCH. M. D), Prof. Surcery. Tll are now receiving from, JTew York and New Cottoa to through our works ,
TLe ui"s the the iesvhbj a
) : i city on s pass larger< ntity *
p.)4Qge. open
nud the Cniv. titH n WBS tuidrcsst-J bv Jltn.1L 1 C. W. WEST. M. D Prof. Medical ja 4 i
eff't. acr u pthii t u r three vr.ibcs turc. It i is not contemplated to biiig it in as a State. Chemistry.II. 1 Orleans, per Schooners Elizabeth and Taylor, would enable cs judge more correctly aa io the re-
A. Lou Col B. C. IVpj. Judge Hkius, Gen. J. L. Bran, M. D, Prof. Materia Mcdica and TLoraeuties. latire merits of t
? I hirt'udi >he iail.! 1 i a% jtjtl. Tie ton.luitr.t] thtnihtUts : Mitchell & Oarnier'a Extra Flour, your Cotton Gin over the common r

S Uroo-i:*. and F. L. Villt-pif, E q.I ii'.t onlv in e% cry att-nue within it. and o nv '- i Judge Douglas en iLe Er.o\7-Hcthings. )> St. Lo&a; superfine do. roller Gin. .'._
E. 1L MAUTIX M. T), Prof. Institutes of Medicine.
!. F. WarJlaw utned tlmt a ci'iiiti.ttee of three Lepnt.tJ ip *{i pice thr.t FuTr.uIi4l# it. bi.t: tvrn iiifvnnixed nlraobt Jud e Doutrl-ifi s.ddrcbsed a lwge Democrat uieet- J. (I. HOWAUI M. D. Pp f. Superior Rye do. With our experiments on the small lot of Cotton, .. .
pn.mipx-tii'us'y, with i' put lie and priu.te cdifi-, i-ig in ri.ilfiildphia! on the -Itli iLht, and denounced > Anatomy. di. Graham do. received we are of the opinion thatyour Cotton Gia
> v the Chair to iufunu Mr. ilaswell of hi* J. II READ M. D.. Prot and -
i etF : fntha: ? IVtM IIi b.-rti truly
fw:1i..ttu.: flititiuLl a lIJ..p1t4I. \ v a.t nccri'p'' bi. 1] he entire face of the clift-, and Cllc! Clear (IC) do. there ia sa improvement in the evenness and eleanli- .

The Chair npp )iitJ Mest>i*. oidluw, Long and j 4.fthe ni'>uuU.iti#, are covered with nti endless variety t )fl IEBRASIU.j J. WUT- M. I)., Assistant Demonstrator of Anatomy. Stag it ShayV Sugar-cured Hams, ness of the fibre, which will materially increase tha -1. -| -

't'Jiuit: fnid Con n.ittt.-c. I ('f rxoavatcd I(>:I.IH, private uwtliin s, uicl pubh<* j William; : 0. Sutler, of Kentm-ky, Governor. Cro"bed and Powdered Sugar, value of the article and reduce the cost of 3 anu aotaring. -> '

TL folmviug resolution was offered by Mr. Dylctitsd 1 hi.ibdir' :: ; pu" i>nting iiltrj -tl'r! a fpc'ttle to which i CcM'n'.ii;:*. f I >wa, Tenitoii u ,ILl Secretary. r nE Regular Course of Lecture* in this Institution Leaf and Clarified l 'do. ,
I n-tl.ii. ianil '!hri of will commence 011 the first Monday in Noveml>er. Stewart's Hard Candies However these are questions which be *
; j>i il.ap : i: 'V8 1:1: nnv pajt the -i eij.i unt. of Mtihigau. Chief Ju \\e. can more '' -
tJ.'pted : i orll. "It is irnb4ibb4.( ays Mr. Uinks, "tn trivi* -1 lIimJM-v: of Ituiiuiia. Associate Ju'ige.M. and terminate the fullow ing March. Preliminary lectures Extra Aj.ple Vinegar ex'ra White Wine do. satisfactorily settled by experimenU on a larger *, ". f

Jot .1tJ4 TLut the thanks of the Cn'.v.ntn! 1< tn! xalcr an i -n of the t-injrulni i-lf< t uf f tcu l.$ ik 6sul.: of Arkan-as, U. S. MurhilEipert will lie delivered from Monday the 16lh of October Cros
ten.icre J: toth* cC: vi 'i for tlie JvuiJkd! n-jJ faiihfa; ted wjh; t ilit ;in .it fxtrnoiditnry hues. whe mnm.it; E<4vijelt, of Vt'iwonbiii, Diatrict Attorney, until the rouimenrement of the Regular Course, Superior French Mustard, will be able to furnish larger supplies of long stapl : \

| j>vti;: !. -line ::j her 1:1 'Si -avu !c mid ion.uuie fi/riij! ; fur which n<, additional f-e will be required. Student Preserved Canton Ginger, Cotton ginned by your Sea Island Cotton GUI. I

aniier ia vhich Jliey have discharged the catii clttcir whifr tii! i'Miatts aie VL.1 "Ut ii all tinyninn 'r\ For KANSAS. have; free wee-* to the Medical and Surgical Wards of Fret.li Soda Crackers, Toon Truly, : -2

offiet-s. nnd that the prceeJr.g Iirc. Andirt? II. Keeilor. of reiin-tluinii. O.iverm the Savannah pilul. This extensive charity in and Signed) J. L.
H-spetve j hiid rei'u'iiMtvof i'rt. MilS! '".1'.ois..J.iw! J 4t1iI.13 IIoi un LcmoLS Brandy Peaches, ( DAVIS, Agent .- .
ofllieBw'.e. -.--.-W H'J H.U Virpuiii, "JVnit.iiial S der the Medical control of two member* of the Fncul- and Pimento Folks
of t It jr-lllled i ia all tha Dcniwratic purxri! tH I tI'l.eS 4 ci.i-iJit l ul.<-tiii; to the pt'tjun-iiculir crelary.ln Pepper Hadley Co. Mills. -
'' -I! of Marvhilid! AaetK-late Ju-J tv, by whom c'uiicul' lectures are delivered. Iu aihiition liii,. June 10. 1854. -
n.rfac'-. "c.n tl.e "tt 4-i.u < I the vi.dy : i ie tl t re \\n. ::e.Kllniore. 1 Soap. Drop Shot Scotch Snnfl. 2S tf r"

r..i.i-of. a itatfj'* e i'fiiv, the JJr learning ALSO 800 Bushels Western Corn, *

On notion, tha Couveuti-m then jwced cn' die or pularc "f f l'iai: -ihj'e id .t:4t tr. Jt'i 1 t.w.iiilthe iui-1 -- <-k>, 4-f Li.iu.-i.ma. Ietri'tt't i t-j. practical me.li.-ine. at the College Cliuique, which is 25 do. Wheat Bran. To THE ?L1ATEBS OF FLORIDA. : .

JOHN F1XLAVSON.'fraitlfiit (,}k (4 1 1)! tv ;.e' ( H t.4! K'Uttide! Jie two lat eti.m- -Dui.cluii, cf il'ini-isi, U. S Maf-hai. open duly to PrttienU.Dariu June 17.1854.24 IIODGKIS3 k SCOTT. Cotton Seed- No Hnmbngf. t *

cf t'te Cvnitittm.1. catfd vvi Jfll,:jh, and a tl.mtitwith c-oirp! tf IOWFi ; Hi/iiagfozz Star, 24AXo the [mat hs ii Rice's Patent Walker. mHz undersigned, now in Miwi-Jppi bit .
Vt ;
cribed Air and Baby jm > ,
f f Leu ciij-'ilt'o: of f oi.Uiii.ii al jt(- ;;0' u bei were pie over thirty Surgical op ?
T. L ViutKOCE, ) >;? ) spectaim ; J. return home baa made *
B. WAJLLILA4 ) 4 i. i.ll! c.t; :.jt .f ii! *' K.'id n-ck. Tie ciia.i..iiffr'f'n i i- ; racily should be without Tbem.We rati.-n' j -rruruiedin the presence of {ibe Students at UNITES all the advantages of the Walker and most careful Plant s in The selection arrangement and >riih tba> '*' *, ?*

wish l.opj i of l.i-v n fti'iip*, f<>uiip ofbuii'iiiitfs the ( 'iiuiuue. Al.iterLl; for auHtomical investigation m one artW A. s Jumper it is supe- ment of .A to supply him with Stvedlbr vtaffrove-- .4 ,,
f f 'fi"r 'S of pi.h: an'iJ toti i-iiof javciittVIb. fak f M'ljiit.t:*!' Liver IV.ls. nhicli Lave 1niiie 1- will abuzd.eitlv sii.pid.] Fees :-Matrieuhatiun.r rir m mnny respects to any Iii use, not requiring to s He has taken Cottqn th*- *- .** *"fDeit

Sketch's of Arabia. ; tl.f S.i j her.'n44(. t di-pjlltnl IT'MillieT *.-." mi iii'ii-|) n-iil.lr fauiily, nn-.licin. Th
Fi-i'm Cr-/icn! J/i'crycfiralJi.Tai.rt .tt u ot th'a-"n, $30.: Fur further iufcrru-tten, ad- for children short or tall, portable with the Planters of Florida With better.nge tq ortUnth fuefore

[ t iiia ] i' 1.'1 < i.'y' the voik --i tie bi.t tlw fulJT.UK-M (.l.lpr'jilfy. lkrt tht !i13t-1%( 114-le 1b i in e'.i iy fitn.Ily ; dye drese. pIt paid, :ii. L. BVRD. **- D, I>ean. child in it, and the least movement of the child causing been brought to the State.seyds f an hare ever -* '

.The Arabian &utiquiti, lit? those of mm y 1 'i'- s.it k Li ftl *(+I'. l 4't$ t ii't k'ii ofLi* met!* ", ni.iicaiiJ I Juh-1lS5-I._26_ a motion so agreeable that children will remain the seed to the order of the Planter.Fb Io 8t will. dehvar i 1
in tin side with and l hAckitio.iuh. in them for hours amused and delighted. to Marks Jf i'
fe-t Sample
1 t *
i.'* el1t1! e.re ii: 1 rr palaceriertlts nn'lbvi r. phinfe dry .
i.ji the
) Newport, during next fall
cucti ies dai l cuitain. 1---- BEL-AIR ACADEMY. wi/Oer
or and *
are txtrenn-ly i>r will -
HODGKISS t SCOTT'S.3'te producecertificatei.attertedastO'thetbBrarterof -
a.l th* tifu'it: .1 In and he at
>iiili.t!< in I thcfituf: <* thu< of: te! o.rinornnt and ie ( tie dciiingtincnt, seen '
So( i.ati m, pTTliSjii1, wbr e hj! 'tcry aroeii'lr wi'h ut t.c! bittfi-n >.! Ji'l pi-f-sfr-i it. mid! it fhill 1-e r.R habit atin" 1 f
iuUirruptuiij: U so rt-mi-te an t1tiU. orvhotc L4tnse brtsbtrn I 4.f f ':tz' ,"i*, *.,i.t a toiiit f rowl h. Thvwil I il I.cr.-t* Tl.ty luivt nevir Iwii knu'.ri) io fail, and liity should ( J Dr. ISAAC AULI). lite Principal of the High BATHING. whom they are obtained. rfb kinds Planters frorfc ; *
of th drftttfhal! s.l- lie \*- ki-f.t ut all tme; ,' l> f.ni.iie! ?. SclKK.l at Greenwn4Hl. S. C, and] of St. John's Seminary. SEA furnished will '
.o eclibrttt4 d, has it poimt&l! iafnncy mvcl'jd t >" tiio .t witli iht wild :>st if tlitil.il y i b* the Big Wlnu Kexicar., th Yick the "* *
: D'iiirnos -Ta; (* twixirthie, jjninjy to bed : nt Mitdi-w), Fla. There i.ulocati.'ii in the State Fitt and -
jneo ul i.nJ Jle ta'\r t\.u.\\\ \\ ny to hit. fi dot* ; tl tretLul every COLUMBIA HOUSE Little Brown. The Big V/Ww '
thick a mist of doubt r.iii nbliviju.: On t'ueT the most -
the viiituH'* ulsi< bi path it not pur e tv.o or iu.'re favorable fir a School than Bel-Air. For heallh- sought after in Mi.ai : ,-* '.
'int there i ii* uoiverual cnrre jxideiice: ii; thcr: rec rJs three Lit f tk'- AJ fulii-s it and it of Island Sew pnMtk.mcrTn bieitoflk, -.-
; ) t.r n&te : thtIe 44ls4li tiM $ l4t Cli owl llIltke n.t t tL44 r.- one or two moie. ii. uusurj.a--td as CiLish.t44 entirely Cape Jersey. but will supply either desired. -.

-tl.at cfth'ir jiatiyual dt MVui. ili&toiy ::nJ tiadit:on and lat inn! lin-1 for b 'i v'.fu place of itt.." No J i fli iZt iii alfa5r: .ld iuvatijblt! fflliw their us-e. ]iri\ate rfcri h-nces, the puitils are not i-ubject to those I HIS uew and popnlar'establwhment is BOW Planters wiehrasr Seed, can address him at Madison '; '.

jTee ia deducing; thcrr *'rigiu frmn Knltan or Julian! whi-u-1 i. thiic a tv.r >tiiKni>j fuluhm'ijt of j u j>hiy i Th** Liver I Ml iiiuv a'.eu )I/0 u-> -d nlne j.nrijin i i" evil iiiflui-noes to w hifh tfiey must iicri-sarily be exposed M JL >p?n fur the reception of visitors. Court House, Florida post-paid '
than tLo fallen uuJ dcetilvJ lli.c siijjiy: iei-6ury. Aaa anti-l-ilium! putgative. they etwi iu the most moral cities and couaty towns. '
couniU Ie baa JOSEPH : .
lie ainoDj j> 1 he Proprietor thankful for the p-itronag-e L..CUTTON ,* .
{ Hel! nu-l Notih
. ic r> *r c vf the t-f 1yilein.
4 t.f I'ctra. arc infrtior to n.ue. And in d! -s .f t'.vr three, I Pupils! c.fb-'th ffei"* r .*iittd. Those who enter at so largely revived begs to assure his friends and the April 29. 1854. 17 tf i t"

: TLe A i ab aulh'irs nd( ]it the following tla bication MrKEXDlllIE. i they x\\e\ iir.t'>tiikhing relief to till hcaduclie ; abio! inai.I.t anytime eiceeiimc a fortnight after the begirinin of pubic? (that the HOTEL, in every department will be

_ dei.n-m4-nt of the ttotijaiiFir will loin the time of Land for Sale.
; The old extinct Aral* ; tl) e gcnuiucor pure a pension, cliarijed entrance kept in & style tupenor to any previous season. Gas : :
Arab xi'.e ut all th end of the S->ciou. In order to establish a let Hauler's celebrated T WILL sell plantation I-
*; and the nnsi-d or r.atuulizid Arabs. Their Discipline is Perfect. : has been introduced into 2C>0 rooms. my en terms that are r aJ. *- -
at one Ajjtncv! iLl cverv T'yv n in the Si.uth. propoition, the f'-Ilowing fur the future will be the for this enable and : the D ,4
1. "Of lite M 01 loittnlr! *, traJit'u-tihuh prtrscd Such i thc Lrs* ,! tt.the} dtinoeiaticrnrt; i ii f '.'6 orchestra has been engaged exclusively accommodating to purchaser. It ..
July 1S54. 2w RATES OF TUITION house, and other arrangements have been madetend.ng lit* in Jefferson County, Fla, eighteen miles East of : _
tV.e names of nevtrJ, a* well as some numiiiaLle' jmrLcu' C<'!'{rri-(> liv lh Vi'l.it) CiT t.Plw} lId, tt i f ll.tI L.in<.< l lphin many Tallahassee the
comfort and of the in neighborhood of Waukeecab.
to the increased enjoyment It k
i. ritrdmg their extincti-ni. This) n oy well b<- ; JsoftirAniiriCdii. >Vln-n we tt fleet that ii t-vS.:!' CO.VSZr.V/770.V, i>vvy |,odj knows 15 rra SESSION or i lYE Mo.MnPATABLX QrAEirai-T. guents. A pplicatiou for rooms may be made by addressing is choice land and in good repair,with two hundred '
bavf months U-t-ni'd wi hdeclaini-tiutoti-ji,
Cil'.ed the Lbulous i <-iiiiriJized and d.*tic\ -rl. a f. itteiing, <1 st-.i. It comtavneen and ;irne 444) For SjieliiiiiJ. Rea.l'-.Lj, Wiitiii/. Primary Ge- the proptieU/r at Cape Island, or to the subscriber and sixty acres cleared. Land buyer come and so* .
w n :
pasty iLIhin >ably, lliat btf"re one i is aware i f it. th*> lung i nra'hy{ ; and ?iirnary Arithmetic.Oral( ,) J10 00 L. HARWoOD, for vourseltes. ANDERSON PEELER.
i! 1 La the *nncti>.'n of the Koran, h would b* fcacinogen we t-Sii the I.ett'r J-'jipu-rijiTe tile change vhich !hj',. AritliDietie aiiJ Gei -
: ate a nu'f u'rus. thpnaE'.i'l.len' ci"hingc For Written >graphy con- No. 17 South 3rd street, Philadelphia. May 6, 1854. 18 tf ] f/ \
it a Musoulm.-ni tn iKiubt it *t3tli > i.t) Le Auseiien't's
; >n r'>rii"p"iJ'utfij -
tic Larj'ily jiriviletilto doubt ut. l us tht< i* tn.th- : For English Grammar, and other EnglULstudv Just *
; any
; \ \ it ti: >>t' i'f \vi-ik-.it is t.ii'l, h or f-he ili'd; <>f 14L'4VCjN1ilTJON. June 17, 1534. 3m 24 Received .
iu'.ctefting iu the acc.mnt given us of them ie that the donnx'ratie jwrty. < lily a ycnr f t IV aM troubled! with fou-h : -. . . .. .. . . 20 CO 4
iiig Mry het (n- New York and New
l.y pniatu :;nin ueili<'? gioviiijj oi.t of prM>n: bv the K'>ran, we Jiall no nu re j.bcnit tl*t-in. < >a > iiiintfiKiitf. Lai> and on:! riinpliint: : wo t' Java Coffee Sardines .
ay i
] { sn fully H-I imp i'Iy{ Extra-French,.. ... . . .. .. 10 00 b
*. Ttit jnire Ara.1t! are tl>o.e dcsecuded (14*n Kuh: c-i t-icd it* j>.>hiiinu : the contrrlliiij, jH/liiii-.il JK.Mof .' on the ou'-idv of thi pin-i] if Jud<'>!14 Chcmioal EzJ J fl HE Sulcaber offers for sale his Plantation lying 15 Sacks Rio Coffee s TVI s. cfjlam*," i '- : U

fan, whoaj the present Arals regard as their jrincijial thf foaUry ? W 1.y i i it that in txjct ]'i"] ..ni'nius tract of Cherry an l L-ingwort," whkJi is> i-iiii jtoW Heuain Boarding can be obtained in the village. | JL ten and a half miles north of Tallahassee. There 20 Boxes No I Soap, J0 Vbls. Mess Pork, .'. y il

the dviiH c-r tic paity has ti Sucks White Con / : -* ;

founder Asa puie Ucbren ww> oilird a"lltbrcvof ] thenej tb, wl.i. paily hasdt-generutwl Th"l an wr Balm the great remedy f.r all diseases of the Ordinance [ as can be found in the State-300 cleared, and th44 3OIoxeaM.R.Ritsin: '' 2 Bbls Leaf Lard, '

the Jlcbrewg," to a meniber ''f thit gvnume tock iett is cLL4y. Jt ]I. IWxu*" the .oniociatic' j.nrty l.ns lx>ni Onl'nanr entitled An Ordinance balance in v xnl.! On the premises are a good Dwelling 4 Bbls PhelpsGia. 2 Boxes Lemons. .. .

tt1ed Al Asa!
the genealogical tulles of Sale and i and dcA-jit.Jn th" fice of calumny and fajw-linnt!, inth Rtgutatiny f and all other -buildings. To a good purchaser this 4doOIdFamiVyWl/u-: do Brown & .\
Gagnier are
enumerate ) faceoftl e ueMMti"ii I of timid fiii-ii'lh, al.I: 1h1.- poittit ( OXCERT.r SECTION 1. lie it r.rJairfJ by the Inlendant and i is a rare opportunity. Terms made easy. Address key' 5 Bbls N. .Syrup. '

nearly three bcnre tribes genuine Arabf injr fpiiit (4' faction, the dMncia has -to''J firm from |lIE Public are respocifullv inf rnied that Professor (Jtntnetl nf tie City cf Tulltthai, me through the Tallahassee Foe: Oif.ce, or see me on 4 biAs F- lVizic'gse 2 Tierces Carolina Ke*, : -.

Inn! of wh'im became celebiatrd big Urf the thu uit the ]lust, That it shall not be law fui fur except the the J. ELIOT. Whike: .
ie tn uwn fur a niiit ">r GKOillELL aj'i-tfd by his Pupila will give any person premises. ,, 20 Boxes Tobacco, 4
time il 1 Mohammed ; and vome of them retain their its
cnf$ errn at the present tiny. j jI. ; ify." It ie; unJ.*r uch cirutit-tinccB: thut we fiJ !h...wI Thuis'lay. itening i"Ui inst, comuieucing at 48oVIotk. of color, any horse, mule, carriage, or other j Gwynn's Patent Reaction Centrifugal Crn .,ed <5cgare, Yeast Powders, *t' ;"- *J
I true it! is that whatever, without a written permit from 6 do7. t -
the discipline of the dtuiocratic; Ticket .ri-u.() conveyance Cltt Wine, Citron. :
'Tnt J/oj'araii, or mixed Aiu*, are debcciij''dfrmn lUItet.- i'dtj1t1fl Lrio,, paity 1 Muntiotllo, July 15, 1S51. the owner or employer of such slave or guardian of Pump and Fire Engine. 2V-lls.LardOil, Smyrna and Malaga Fip a 'H-

hmael and: the daughter of Mo !lab, Ling ofUejaz I such free |>em>u of color,stating tli* place w here he or A DArTED to any situation ; unlimited in power 4 'l"iDts Sweet Oil, Starch, Canri;<*. Dates, --,' :

whom be took to wiff, anJ who wn* of tLc ''I John "liceItT, one of the New Yoik hfird Dcmo- Curled Hair Mattrasses. .he may l>e g"iug. and tlie time of aUeuce for ,each under vii a J\. certain iu action; permanent in ue ; and,withal 1'jbls Bologna Sausages, Sperm and Star Candle, l.a .-
tmth generation fiom Jorham, the founder of that eas! who toted ngjiinet the NibrAt-ka Hill, io nuprw-r] "I I'ST nrived c.n consignment, a lot of fine curled lation penalty of this Ordinance exitt-ding, at the discretion of the In- so others.low in The cost attention that they of are Planters rapidly is especially superseding eal't al\ I Hcvtnetically sealed Lob- London Porter, I : ',,
.l sters. Ciams Halibut Assorted'Pickles
kingdom. Of the Jorhan.ite! >, till the time of Jehwatl, ted by (iic('ly of the TiH'tnt( at.d Wbb of the Can- i hot hair roHtlnf-M *. r single--very things for tendaut.SEC., to its efficiency for Drainage. It is a perfect safe/uard and Oysters, Walnuts, '
weather, which we will sell low to cl *e.I Eaglwb ,
little i i recorded, cxeepl the numcs of their cliirfu ; but i tir d' Enijtnnr fr ietlrti(.n. Tl.it is in nceordaufowilh I D. LADD. 2. Jieitfurtltfr 0,d's'n'd.That any slave or free against the ill effects on cotton and other p1aaiun44 2 bbls Bief Tongues, Brazil Nets. ',-.. -
mm of color found after the hour of nine o'clock destructive rains of the Southern clinio b.:... ;
as Mohainined tracrfc his decent to this alliance, IheAr the piogranune! mniked Clay, _ _ the week, or at any time ou the Sabtmtb day or Gravel, and other substances do not iucue it. It is Beef ttlbertu "* %

*b have been more thtti usually cartful to f reseTT* tthi *'Loui'bty! belicvi'i thatrtery man (-f the free Executor's Notice.VLL iiisbt, in any l hi'uie, shop, or other place iu the c'rty. adapted for Steamers, Manufactories, Mines, \Vater Fielded Salmon, Walnut,Catsup, \ <; .: .' + .!

and adorn )hit genealogy. The want of i States who voted fur h where liquors of kinfl. wine, cider. l beer, or other cities and all situation ;
n pure KDC *- i rcj.ciil of the MiMonri HeKtiicfion dt-mandr apiin the estate of any Works for Large ?) xjuiring Smoked Salmon, Tomatto Catsup, -., ,. tl
try i io their estimatinu, ruore lhau doeiveit doath." Th perfnis hninp npirituous i>r fermented drinks are sold in any quanti- powerful pumps. Sizes manufactured of from 25 to Roe Herring. Soda ;-
atJ Cuwler Etttiar
that "ifI Sugar '
conijKn by > navs I M. Williams late of Lc-ou county, ilecesHfd than a gallon unless sent by his or her muster, i *7** ;
the dignity of no wcred ooniwction ; for they bIhtht I a packed conwntiun slKiuld nominate u Whi iubtcadof will take initiev that they must present them to tv less guardian, unJ have a written permit ti 100,000 gallons per minute capr.eiry. Call and be 30 Hll Lois. Northern Craekers. : ;' 'i
e'mpl-iyer sitified of these facts at the Office and Warehouse of
as much as the Jews of being reckoned the ll Jclm j the undent-led duly Huthentieuteil within the timeprercribed of color shall be Flour Dri d Apple :;.; fV
thcchi'.dnuAbrahamT f to rcprciwnt the sixth District that effect such slave cr free person Union Power of IT. S. No.
Company 3. Brcadway, 80 Bbls. St. Louis and Dried
by law, or this notice will be plead in barf Pevdie. J. V ,
and there until 9 o'clock next morning j }
in the ntxt C u .
> ,
< recovery JMTK.CS e<* he bo liberated one dollar -
Jtit itycLomi. Tt\ *? "* and witen may by paying May 27. ISM. 8m 21. 10 Bbls. Rectified
frtlk\. Mr. \\Vheel. Whis- Pocket Knives. *
The tIthe Hnaieritva support "Wei.igeUjK.iiboth tat<*, are hereby notified tojxuke iintneJiately payin and jail fee, orreeeiving not exceeding 18 la-hes, at il1 ? )

King0 or llamyimtee, hiclu- I parties tin* policy; of jiui-suing a i-iinilar coin CE at ent to uuderrign discretion (if the Intendant. For any violation of CopartnershfpNotice.rJ'tHE ; key. 'Children'sSioes,. l "
ding tb. bole or gr ater of YiJeu. the 4 Casks Bacon Side A amaH lot Goods.
part J110S. J. PERKINS. Executor. ?, Dry
5d. Tlu> once, j in every C.ngrei'IaLl! Disti jet N< rti! of Masiunnj this Ordinance, the person or persons owning or keeping undersigned have tiiis day entered into a soL 2 do 'flams. ir"do <
Kingdom of Uira, or tie Arnfnan Irak July IS.; 1P5 w 2S. '
hi : shall be lined not
csjitij Dijkun'n line in house,shf p. or other place, theWHOLESALE
which the jo CI( lIt incumbent, acted audi partnership in All of which will be sold low any'otierHousi
as as .
stood On the Eph4lntes. 2d. The Kuigdomeo of G.M&ti exceeding ten dollars for each offence, at the discretion 4,4
l.oiorably and did Lie duty to the country by sustainin DIVIDEND. Inteudant.SKC. AND RETAILDEw inth.cityfortbeCah. ,
the borders of of the
Syra.3'vmer.The : the 4libSJW l CuIriprJnie"Addrez Tallahatse Bail Road Company. 8.B* it further ordained That no assemblage : : let door South"of the. store of G. 4"X Meginniar; : '
hku>ry of these kingdoms contains alsa adjoining the store of S. S. Knight. .T -
TALUHIA.SSEL, July 7th, 1854. of or, people of color, iu any part of the city
little that would L negroes UKDEK U-HB NAME AND STYLE OP Will also! sell at Auction desired totxi :.' .
interest to prtiperty
take e.ny
( to leaders the shall
my therefore Whigs of Massachusetts. DIVIDEND of Two dollars and fifty cents for the purpose of dancing or niermient. ( ,
from Ihe ; of Yemen I The W'hiig Coutral per without a written permit being first obtained BARNARD &. MAXWELL. Hold, when called upon, either in town or 'ooun&y.
history shall give the following Committee but e pubWied! anaddeis .L Share has lxen dednred this day, jwyahle on place Sale days Monday's and Saturdays.. VJOrTN ,'

extract Dunowas, who had become a bitted to the people of Masaai-husrits. feeling, as I demnnd at the offioe of the Company.By from the Intendant and any four members of the '1'he3' will be pleased to see their friends H. RIO P f

convert to the Jewish religion tccuice 1 they bay, called upon to Cui.fer order of the Hoard.TIIOS.. Council whose duty it shall be to prescribe the tiujecf r'and patrons nt the old stand of E.Bnioard. Auctioneer and Comrniuam' d -
an intolerant briefly with that great J. PERKINS meeting and at what time they shall break up; aid :
Secretary. Jr.. sum of the Mortar corner of Monroe
persecutor of the Christians. The inhabitants of N>jcrao p.litic-ul .rgaifubtiuii of nlk-h they tare the official July 15. 1654. 2t 38 it shall be the duty of the tnanbal or city patrol to and Clinton streets, where they will keep April 15,1854. IK -

who refused to abjure their faith were doomed to ivjiurHiilativca. The addi s aUu-lcr to the intew* disperse such assemblage, unless this ordinance is complied a iull and general assortment of articles appertaining tract ofLan 4 for Siltr. : :
excitcnieut in is herebv given that the rules of the Tallahassee with. h
indiscriminate 'to their line of business and solicit -
audjYVer.tt.ru the of
extermination. ,
One ,rf the few Chris ( the Nfbrafeka bill. It States onI Bail li ad Company, charging Storage 3Sgc.. 4. Bf it furl for ordained,That oo person shall their friends and the patronage-. mHZ suhserfW oflbnfbr sale his -*Strn frown" '
tan I pmbKc
that erjped npplJed to the King gt f AbvsVraa, curnphmeuU the ihMnc-huietU on all!! goods left at Depot after the expiration of five be permitted to throw into the street or squares ofi K BARNARD Ja X la-na in Madison Countv/eoosijtSdgWabobC twtt -

tOtiltaCLruA"n''or! revcutfeA" armv'of' 70s ,- dclrgation for the tUud Uiey took on the flutir of Congress days fur pprtoD residing in Tallahasse and thirty i the city any rotten fruit, vegetable, dead rarcaste.ii.or O. TROUP MAXWELL., thousand acre* uf a* good land aa any in Flbridk AL .l

mine of acooidmjfly dcsputched under "ihe comwLo which iiiottsvilh htaity leFjwuba fiom the days for those living in the country or surrounding | other matter, in such quantities as to become offensive February 1 ((4.) 1 85-4. 8 bout two.tandvad acre an chafed, oeds 'patjif :

tiyoasty. i-ad SOIl ji et overthrew the] Homeriie preatuinbn ofthe H.lople. of whatever Towns will be strictly enforced after the 1st August under a penalty of Dot exceeding five dollar?, ut There are on the premisv a good BeraV.Ofc -o 1$

29LA.. u. Tb**, A* Ud the Abywiniau, in the year address that the South nau.e. The the discretion oZhe Igtcndant. Tobacco. and Gin. with comfortable Negro Wit*. 1 5tY &7t
lasted until the CUristiau dvnastf of the Abytoiuian the Democratic next.By order of the Board. SEc *. Be itfvrthrr ordintdt Any owner or occupant lot thing on the p tafen n onVsd i Mdea. atodr* 'f !
received of the
azd oppreeitna year eoi. A,JX.when the debaucheries pal ty and its chosen President, have without bolicitu- TU03. J. PERKINS. Secretary. of a lot who shnil! throw or discharge, or permit J JUST a largo various brands of Hogs and Cattle, with aboattsaIsLrv's 4
or the Tobacco which to the trade will
th. Arabs, and raj.d un .ji ud tb* loyalty of ton from any quarter wantonly torn down a mighty July 15,1851. 6t 28 or allow to be: thrown or discharged from his or her at coat Berger and charges. D. C. WILSON.be sold likely and Uahhy. For tsno*. ajpW> f SOIcr.. :

a ccmj' Uior i iu tU premises, aa much water, or other Itquld or thing of her on the plautauon or throogb. twOffiw. 8tUk u -
;, of ,,
Seph.M dfceDd.nt bat icr crccUid tiuo Fo -
of the t by a paot genet ofpatrioUagaiust Mary C. Bryan, | Divorce. In Hamilton Circuit April 22, 1854. 10BAKEU *
btt ..J tJe u'aiuv rtie any kind whatever aa may put any part of any street *- ?LL
lie ;
ptincea. applied for aid\ the exteu.-iuun of oluvcry," nud declares that thire is "5- V ConfCBpricg; Term 1854. AAUJL '
voes. King *fPrlha to 10*,. rr Cheo.! J h bad orderpr which may damage or injure any otber & McIVER jladIsoBOoanty.MaylOlMl: ''Io 12t
IMC Joseph Bryan. JIT
w ee tbrt nnnnilJod wealth and n.aguifieiice i uo difference among th. Whigs uf Massachusetts or ofunj lot io toy -way, Kor the occupant thereof shall be --

braled bv the Peuiau iu th* Ck t, ncd Lave U, VlV ofthe frceSUU8as iu the paity being"aLolute.If appearing to the Court, by the return of the fined by *I5hl1eiidiflt not exceeding one dollar a diy ATTOENEY8 At tAW New VtO. -- r_
Am iu ? Sheriff, thu Defendant is not to be found ia l.iid
flkUt such
Tl.e : for e"ry day tnavaoee shall exist, and the tame TALLAHASSEE AND QUIKCY
nut. A.abian four4d hiw in hi/h ll of audience teleused fioui every coutraet, coojjiromise, or under County, it is, on motinu. ordered that the service be shall bsabatedbjord.roftbelnteodant.or; two FLORIDA, nHHB Subscriber has ptoAtsecl th* tJt r
*urioxckd in the Middle aud tgss
tw d-urt cf lyti whom* Uitre officers, h4.bkilLb, j4 ladieaoi bUudiug. moral or couvtntiurml, txpiet&t-d, or impliedUJM.L i )perfected by publication of this order io one of the pub- members of Council,lit the charge aud expense of tee WILL pactice,And ia tb. Counties Western of Decatur Circuit ,JL -of Hay ward it Raedopb.-v'
I and
were twch thotsauJ the subject of slavery-the main and direct lio Gaxcttes of this State once a mouth for four mouths or causing er allowing the same.Ftuwd ; "
I 7 ot., cq ual to tie xucxm i in bt-auty." 4-v. provision the next Term person persona Thomas;Oa. ted, and.y"Il.pkd
to -
A hug prior m OouncVil tWrlztti dayjitne,1154.
101 l-U of tie most crown of the coatitutioo always jreepted. They hrmHouWin
*tly jew .U and J. WALES BAKER BOLLIKO BAKE4: A. ll'lTIB
r ,] WM .5-V.WM.1L HAYWAUD, I'ilcn&tni.Attr.t.G jr. ,
thrc.z b ojito thii fju thE then eubmit to the net Conretitioo, to meet early ia Jon* FRISK, Clk. C. C. Fla. W. Hitcai, Clak.J9l:1IE54. Tallahiutet. th ehr.

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,II" a .ifI'i\,t. II Wholwal* and Retail D id r in Good, r.ceiv.Jjer" WceWo,. sod a a.pt.d W, April8.1u. .1' 'CRUtOW:.!!&
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Instrument r
i'..,... J\ Asthma Conramptioii of the Lung Spitting of Djettufi, Surgical 4t1. t5lIIOdPNaaos iJI'.10..by .It-
1. "I .' Blood BroDchitis Hooping Cough and all Pulmonory Snuff Window Glass Paint*, QWIS8 Erfoga ti Ina'l1I'Xalt.eM Edging A1elU4. 14
.' 'i-1 .: Varmabe Putty Manufactured Tobacco, O Lisle ." Valeooui wBmyra. -. cft1cLo.esact

i CHERRY AND LUNG WORT Wan Patent Medicine, .'" Beal" OU CI4bs.sipgaIOg -

; ooa.ii Fine Tooth Pure Wines and Brandies Saxony II *4 Smyrna Ftoooemf Aitfd..f .
i .." rom TH. cvftc orCwtgtt I Brushes, for Medicinal purpose, Blood A oa
I J A LOVELY YOUNG LADY CURED OF the Flow W,> sopsrisrtiei. ."':4 LI.a
f tir *. Fancy Article. .
.: > Col* Htinnefts Splttta/ tanfo**ftr.l ,
r t ,;t fl.: CONSUMPTION 'Seeds, Fine Havana Segars. White Goods. Oil Cloth. fcr low b,
., 'tI" BINd Right Bwuts isthas received April 8. 18M. ,14 SRl Y.
recently brig AM Sawyer and
ir 't.r. of Wm. H. Levison, per JACONET Cambric, SwiM 11..11 .
"ii' Th is from the
ti ij I": \: Liter CoapUiits Mi pen a Laze end Freth tupply of every variety J Check Book"Striped Boots and'jShoeji.8ap .
Eta, the distinguished editor of tbe U. S. Military and .
usually kept by druggist Planters and !
lJJ r :' .OOJf811I1P'l'I01'l'' Naval) Arjrus.tmder date New York,January 2*. 1860. a will always find at this establishment a full Fid Cord II M WaiMook Curtain II A SUrTSB .: ( *** **.

P4 : What couldtbe more conclusive f of every thing needed and on the most liberal T j.1IfI QWtir. r l
r : .- can be and baa been prevented in thou 44 It is seldom we permit ourselves to occupy a >. JOHN BULL. Linen Bishop's .&. Broad and Nair r TIcs, Cloth aDd LJ.i ,g1.trM,1, :
4 filtt..c, of cases by this ""tUf' '* ow* revitdyJUDS01T3 place in these columns to speak in praise of any articlein \! .' from the Country promptly filled and sat Ladies 8lippe,.,BiDA and C1tii$1,Ml..h l

I : t .' CHEMICAL EXTRACT OF CHERRY the patent medicine way ; but when we seethe life NEW AND guaranteed, with regard both to prices and Mourning Goods. April 8, 1864. It ORJCtWrW .

!Ii, J'L.b; AND LUNG WORTH.-This medicine unlike most of a fellow creature saved by the use of any medicine Physicians' prescriptions carefully com BL'K all wool de LsJce*. Black Satin

t.1; i .'. of the patent remedies of the day is the result of the whatever, we consider it .i our right, if not our duty Tb nMt powwftit King as lbs .. of Bombazine, Hair Crape, Pais.:

;i. ;: e&reful sleuiy and experiment* of scientific and exprietd to give a simple statement of fact, that other may .n\c.f lbs etoviMtl mipram hesd la the of A..rkaa K rop Ink lato l EPPING'S COMPOUND FLUID EX Fn/d Silks French A SUPER Stock of anpr Joldiof.Spadik iii

III H f Pkyticiani., The two principal ingredients to like manner be benefitted. The case which has induced wb.n eompknd to that of Mir American OF BUCHU. Watered do English Palmetto Jan*, (or est Low by

''J' p,:t Z. .J'. have long been known and celebrated.t.J1lt4 us to pen this article was that of a young ladyof UerMM lEui'll"the ricbM Klnp of employ the rich cbs,*power
: :'' WILD CHERRY BARK.-When the strength ofT' our acquaintance who, by frequent exposure to the to neMer nleerr od d.grs4atoa,tbe Glass Oils White Lead Ac. -
y} t. this; is properly ttti acted ft the best medicine known night air, contracted a cold,which settled fin the lungs dent. Our American King ION forth with Handkerchiefs. ..

'f !'i'ioi1 { for caring the worst Coughs and other Pulmonary diseases before its ravages could be stayed. (This occurredtwo neei admlnifter(o the lordly rellrf aulllOll sad to aad ofler hnable health BOXES Window Glass, assorted size, Emb'd H'd1tr. Ladies Hem St'd ffdia A VERY Superior. article .. "
tb. and enables the sufferer to this wintei. Various, remedies w'ereu to 1 00 kegs White Lead, extra t N\. 1 LADIES cRi2w 'es.
s J.1/ ..,. ,it loosens phlegm years ago ) tbe lofty and lowly, the rich, and the. poor. pure CTbric II Bordered tApril :
'. "iioq;. expectorate: easily, and alone wilt core the wont cold d, but with very little effect or benefit The cough JOHN B 111 barrels Linseed Oil Tape I 8. J8 4. J4 -i
+ ; .. :, ill which i ifnegectedalways! leads to Cousumption. with ,and tbe sunken DR. Lard Oil, -.
: or eough grew worse, copious expectoration
'(.......:., .: ;t, eye aud pate, hollow cbetk told plainly th.it pulmonary GREAT tlEIUI luG& !! Kegs Zinc Paint Collars & Sleeres. : Gold Pens.gAGLrrSSopwOoia -

I "t : ; LUNG WORTH.-This is a plant the virtues of disease was doing its worst on her delicate packages fire-proof Paint. (bbls. and i bbls.) VMBRD Collars Embroidered Sleeve,. P'cw sit!t. '

.,- .. 'i f: which are known to bat few, it been taid by the frame. Tie family pb,'.idaan was consulted( and although lithe Tina.WOXVBR.. or TUB Woil. barrels Rectified Whale Oil. .UJ Mourning '. Lace M I CRICSLow ,

.,. ':;";.J "t '. ". most learned men of all times, that "nature has provided he would not admit to the young lady that she tnt bleiwioK miA/too.ever, the Doctor to aIIieteoi eaD1 humanity,relief U; Train Oil. 1 bbL Copal Varnish, IIuD ton Setta of Sleeves it Collars. A prill. UU. uPe BRCt

r .:',..c 0' a remedy for each and every disease," and the really hal: i the consumption, yet he would give no en manJ You ha e only to UM lhl< macieal Turpentine in barrels and at retail. A gen- -

I'i l ..( .'{ discoveries' that arj daily made, gotoproe its truth. oouragement as to a cure. At this crisis, her mother thofN tUhu.who d mill e not tnffer.the aud pity of will their not accept of Colors,Brushes and other Painters' Silks, et cetera. "ti,q.1 ,
.,... f. :j'-., LuHgtoortk it doul>tltt the remedy deiignidby na- was persvnded to make use of a bottle of Dr. Rogers Thl wonderful nx-licliie.Uurinc the D. II.A3IES. LACE Silk. White A SUPERIOR .tock 01 EnWish." Frtieh 4 sod
] 'r\, ; I ,". h,,fur Contumption. Its healin properties' are Compound Syrup of Liverwort and Tar, and we me, 'lu lutrvduction. lift rfcrri*! happliww to 24. 1853. 51 VJT Satins man Cologne., Real tubiD' Ezteti G.t
Marcelline Silks 1m
{ r. J. i' \ truly wonderful, and the rapidity with which it cures hippy to state that she was perfectly cured in l less tbou'and. and made life a eli rin to niUe.Il.a. Black Jules Hand' Eau Lu8tnleor II .
: rd d II only a*a Florence a.torat
.,. Ulcerated and rub than thru mouths tliin medicine alone, after even fore mc rainrUI..1 Wines, Syrups Ac. Crape Liessee, lon's .PI
I : .: the worst cases of Lung, soothing by To Ute windi with all Bl'k Tarfeton Invigoratot,Lyoq'Katiarw.Barry'l Trh,
J L "" l duihg all irritation almost immediately is a pr' of of hope was destroyed. It is useless to comment on such Klllrri and Pain Kitracton merir, of and the let .,.. Otard Brandy, Fresh Dates, Wat'd FigM aas'd Col's.Bl'k otis, with a great variety of cheap Perfumes

. ;, :4: .J" 1 it* adaptation to this disease. These two articles cimlinedvttk -I a case as this, 'for the simple truth will reach where tomtit of Pain proclaim" a preparation the eo IIBOWN, !r. Port, Claret, Brocade" White Silk" Dlosion II turns Hair Oil*.Ox Marrow*..Bear* Oil.jj._ '

tr: : '. lhtr purrfy vegetable ingredients form & polished fiction never can. If any doubt! the authenticity bios King and root, produced by America' Old Port Jvice BlTt der P a Wbit i'Ltlly Whit., IquJj
White Wat'd
, ; :.i :! msdtcine that is certain to cure the worst cases of Con. of this statement, let them call at this office.U. .- bouuc.ol1l1ltOU. UttlM, who are Sparkling Cider Blonde Nett. dered Rouge Poneet Boxes sad Poi. p. t
k' '>;1. sntnptlcijt if tAken belore tbe sufferer entirely pros .. Military and.aval! Argus, } 19, Chatham Judnre We would of what uk U and what 1* not a. & Porter, Scotch Ale, and Compound Soap and Was a11e iD j I
Ribbons .
.t t" :: trated. I/O not be discouraged trial can do un barm ./. A" r. .In! to do ut a special f.ior by giving Peaches Brandy Cherries & Trimmings. bundanee for sale hi CRICfiLOW great
> BROs
f ;. .'. .v the most sceptical of ita real worth. a linKle trial, an4 If MtUfaetory.&art A Sash Ribus. Black Silk Fringes, I April 8, 1864. ,
; : ;.:: but will convulse TESTIMONIES OF THE N. Y. PRESS. In Its behalf, rtcoaim.ua it. .".k well r.-berry Syrup Sardines, BONNET i
.1 THOUSANDS OP CONSUMPTIVE PERSONS that it I* Md by tb.ir afflicted : Frc h A Satin Zephyr Worsted.
F'eir.l' From the N. Y. Courier, Aug. 30, 1858.Da. eee Lobster -
: ..:';. have been deceived r.'o tedly in buyiug medicines LaAiet an alaj*charitable,au-1 whvo LIt! 'I a Shad Velvet Cap '% but which have Room's STRIT or LIVIHWOBT AKD Tn.'ehue .ufl.riniC friend to UM tbs really Silk Braid assorted White t Cord Bobbin. SMITHe .
: which aid ;, :'llilolcurell, "'er" U
I ii.lj.; : were to be i ,: effected tber will be dvlof an set of benefuleuce 0 Salmon, J
/ : 'l' 'v but jhis uiediciue is not oiJyI heard of several irnpniUnt cures recently well be proud of Thl I* a powerful tad Apple '* Clams White Silk Fringe, Snake Cord & Tapes. by CIflIOW&BRO
'r:' -. proved only pallitives, aDd in one ,
by t this excellent medicinal preparation aU external dle*M*, ;
It contain remedy for aorea April S. leU.
I 1 v;. '&V : pallidve but II cure f.4leeralrJ itgs. instance that came under our observation, we can &;.,and for many Internal affliction,It I I. Jelly, Preserred Quinces, Mitts. Jt j
Gloves &
If I V' BO deleterous Drugs and trial wjl prove ll Bton' i : htrmlea, and do. I. Peaches
;:'k; one speak confidently. One of our employee' who kid jwi It perfectly & Notice.SIX -
J V'v:_' .? < IshTng efficacy better than any assertiou'Certificates suffered from long standing cold during the the Iratt tnjarion rlbct. ia the most Gelatine, Tamarinds .1 dSi add and colored Kid Gloves 1
severely LADIES
iT* / "'*; /: ia curing Consumption and ail diseases oi .the Lungs past week commenced the use of this article, and his the weakvit I* sulkily eeuitituUon.It u
;; .:t;'r(:_ V and Liver, such as Spitting of blood, Coughs,/"ctn lfl culd has entirely disappeared. .,.1.eID of publi.lii.< to ,h'lublic Powders, Pickles, t. i7 Bearer I' last Will and TNtameotofoho Icier dece.s .
"' i-t.W. : ate* of wonder Starch Salad Oil 44 Cashmere late of Leou County, will final'aenou
t\t kc. tf.t' his
; ..' tide and cheat, nig1at..ID eat$,
} N. Y. Mirror 2, ]1850. ,. It ..01 Dr.
the cent to
; From Sep. but .nty-G Ye try ; and voncbers
: i ,'" : '.:** Cauti.on.-To protect our own as well as the C"I:' well-earaeJ reputation on tb. King of Capers, Buck Gauntlett, to the Judg of Probat forLson Cotaty I
']:'<*' .- jv/**"\ .- umptire sufferers,we are obliged c n caution all to find : LrvxawoRT AID TAR.-Of the virtues of Dr. Rogv snore than b*claim fur it. Sauce, Cocoa. C BI'k Silk Mitt. and ask fi r a diseharg. J.8.ISLER Exscotoc i
: '., .'v the signature of COMSTOCK & BROTHER on the era' >ixh medicines prepared from the above article, \\. would ac\ hare yott the Xbeoma Mustard D. H. AMES. Worsted __January 21. 1884. flm. $ i
.I.;, .t'. .. u] fi: to speak ils efficacy i in speedily! tbeee are not pleaaant coupanioni, and 24. 1853.
p _, .: without this it is worthless counterfeit. Jtt5 i. :flow ; 51 October 29. 18 3. 4S
wrapper it nc% you would like to drift tbam away M
t'_ .hll) colds,and other lungcomplaints, which UaA a N tfde.
":: '1j ".mber thll. curing cons relult -n -lt to well estab-- uss'I Received, per E. ReniugtoD
+ consumption : month from
** ;>je'* \i\nfidf'lI, to need eulogy DOW. yon be eared almcxt supply of DRUGS and MEDICINES, the on the Mate of Mary Zalir.deces.dj IaIe"
and in the liheJ in above
pubiic of C
t lf -It is now used in the principal hospitals undersigned Agent nl.
.. _.r'x> t'* .' X.r-D' patcb, Aug. .s, ]850. Complaint, b>...',1'lUIImoof'Complaint Oill',. !e-Stuffi, ,:: private practice lour country b.immense DUal From the bus, Cramp Colic, used Ache. Tooth,or -ALSO- receive applications for and make unurance to the
.: 'jf-'J-t! f ," ber of i iudfidual and families, first and most certain- Web; beretof. ken. our tes.timouy *T pala tIN remedy 1* *lupl* and tbe against loss by Fire. on Brick and Frame Buildings for Judge of Probate for Leon Count;sad}*

',. 'a: -'V ". : Jy for the cure Cr the PILES, and also extensively l in favor of the cni'c U .j lff0perte.K0f| Dr. RagC tax THE QRXAT KINO OF Sulphate or Quinine. Far Furniture,Merchandize, :. January a J.S. ISLZR Admiitrate:

; ., ..' ". ".-tuallvastobu! r credulity. .unless! where iu ,.' Compound Syrup (,f Lu w..rt. and Tar, aud, Weald yea hTe. your Son, SwelUng D. H. AMES. I January 2!9, 1863.I B. C. LEWIS. 21. 1854. 8m.-- s-
':{ .""' 'ft *. ; Eaa *>.... | Kftfrnai'" *'u the I following com..I ?wlV givtn.for; an,, Scale, Bruises,or any other wouad* 22, 1854. 16 Notice.CJ
wit11e.J would here the at.' .
a.n ue
.' *'"-*'' affect* are 04'.f, cut vr repeat '" Or any of tt, UM the 4 Extensive Assortment of
... :., I ... -Drop1 SwctliiQ' JhWIKII', persons who are afflicted w nli cohi rtrial MAGICAL KINO OF PAIN. IX month after date I shall ftasli
: : P'-n'' : 'I" .&uLsee. of Dr. GARDEN SEEDS preant my
': ,. I'. f) CItrt 1tigi.i"9im7l1 iattelUtJlroal.; the premonitory tvmpU'iiic!, to wake Would yea be curti of Scald Head .ti SPBkVC AND SUMMER GOODS. count and voucher to the Honorable Jvdgs oiP .
'i', .: Alld Lllccrs.-WhitheT prepara'tinn., nroat.uralct..Sore Brent, Lumbago, GROWTH :1853. of
4 Bur4 de. So.tI Roger or bat. Jefferson County,** executor of lfl.e
;. BpI.a'. "I" on the Paul,
0\ .-, ?: ... fr sh oof long standing and fever sores. Iliiyeia- I tJr: Tbe genuine signed 1 ANDReW ROCK ',e, and IlatxU Worm,Salt and Kheum all other, Bite Sore of Feiionout either dry A Bags, Flat Turnip Cabbage,Beets.&c.,just HEIR & RUST would respectfully call the late of said County deceased and ask Ihis dianiisMi
.1 ,' : Moa'upon adults and children in reducing rbeuuiauw I .teel plate engraved wrapper around each botU _, aiio anSI again, TOBS SSMCPT i II br. d. D. H.AMES of their customers and friends to the extensive and discharge such executor. JOHN ULMEB.

I: "iJ* '. i.;. ewen5 and loosening coughs and tighuittw of I.bli is sold wholesale and retail bySCO"IL KING OF PAIN." ?4, 185S. 81 and tasteful assortment of Spring and Summer Jefferson County. Feb.4,1884. f
I -. has been surprising 4 MEAD, Goods, which they are now opening. Consisting in
C1U < of Hie parts
D Wonld be cured of King Kril.
abed by
,: : 'r 011.! The common remark ul ihoae .113 Chartres .t. New Orleans, XrupUoni you, or any dUaa-of the Skin Metallic Burial Cases. part ofGenta WakQlIa Iron Works,

S ., : .' -YQ... Q 40PCep'.* m the.l'elci, is..It acts like a cham' Sole general agents for the States,to whom all orders Mood, then UM Itr.John Bull' Black & Colored Alpacca Sack A Frock Coats KKWPOST, IXOXJDA. .
:* X'i'f whoi:10*" .,' that will try it. and applications for pgencies must be addressed. k the King cf Pain externally, notoin,. U II -Lustre" .. Establishment ia Doin full
person operaHe
-Qe any. t.:; :. than a speedy and efectual cur THIS 18
'v" >. "V Itis'icar/Of.10 !'' & mJess find the fac Maxwell It. ""Cashmerette .4 will be attended
you Sold also by D. H. Ames Barnard & to with *Wall
'.- V-S. : < :Vf1: Caution,-Sever buy 10 *,-tLcr, proprietors Nash 4 Co, Tallahassee; W. Roger & Son, Cbattahoocee DJ5. JOHN If Drap D'Et.e work dooe 'With neatoess and .&& _
: Comstock 4I'
>. .: :T"r'-::! i ;: aimile siguatureof M. Geo. F. Baited Marianna; Jordan 4 Davidson Merino, All kind of work such a*Steam Work HOI WdL
\.. ..,. ; en the 1'0 ; A. IL Wilson, Newport; Samuel Fir Pins r.a..tt.ur. 0 Doom S M undersigned keeps constantly on hand Yari- a Paletot. Gin Gearing, Sugar Mill tCircular Saw MicLiwrr
Quincy; sizes of the Patent Metallic ;
< :. v*. '.'. DEAFSEgS.-Ule Dr. LARZETTS ACOUfH..1' *" Monticellau Cases Drap D'EteI' Shafting, Pulleys,Hanger Plough CUt Bats''
/) ; .'. OIL for the cure of Deafness. Also all these disa-1 *' ii. 1 b Sl. 2 4meow .T A UERCUA the accompanying certificate.J. Clouded Marseilles Castings. &c.; also Sugar Kettlea of any six, lit*

r'{ f ;J; ".. greeable noijes,like the bulling of iusocts, falling oft Ii ulya, 1'O.IAUB1'D&UaClT OUT THE \; ."UD 6T.nU.D. A. EDMONDSON. "" Wallace Cloth Frock Coat, constantly on hand. AU work don4 hi snob aa ssls*>
: Sack. "
:> .-v .' '; water, whizzing of steam which are symptoms of approaching ; & CIIISI'S gent, -WASHINGTON Cbambra .. .. lisbuent will be done by a*,.with a particular itpti
"d. if ; : dealness. Persons who have been deaf for DR H. AMES, April 3th. Kremlin to the strength and durability cube work.

*$!J *]''nV: :: .' twenty years and Wer subject to use ear trumpets L OB April 29, 1854. 17 Pica AND RATMOMD, Fancy Gingham M Competent Workmen always m readiness U pet ip
; |. : -" OILIIBATEC CLtFOR EN-We witnessed the utility ofyonr or- Brown Whit A Col'd Linen a
fSJfc *;1 j. have after ubing ore been made wellTa&iVv Engines, ,
i .' 1L."IALES.. Spring and Sumn.? "Patent Metallic Burial Case." used to con White and Buff Marseilles Vest, Terms will be liberal
iit-ivr-V-t .J''" Founder Ointment for tbe e"tU of T STANthi 01e remains of the late Hon.John C. Calhoun to and fancy cold Welting cash, or accepted orders on acme busioes in i this
; : pre- sl'ional Cemetery, which impressed us with Brown Linen Tallahassee
"? Hoof-bouud Horses and Contrac- place. or Quiner.
!t- Hoof, iueut fur its
,*'-*''.r. '.I'. ". Founder tad and Feverish Split Feet Wounds, Bru..e.iuthe Flesh # I in all curative the- k Tfj\>' recf-iving. at the well known caaxze.'b that it is the best article known to us for Black Drap D'Ete Pants Liberal price paid lor old Iron. Copper ADI1 -oj
|A I powers the dead to their final ; "
<: Kicks 1.\ CLA1h.fine ajsortmcnt of resting-place. ElastJgue All letters must be addressed ( paid) to
If* V" r_* -' OalledBacks, Cracked Heels, Scratches, Cuts diseases fur which it is post
subscribe Merino
: respect we ourselves Yours tc.. M. H.POltD A CO,.
3 aSMi; .?. .. Ac. on bones. told recommended, called D.R. Atchison, Je' Davis Queens Cloth January 21.18&4. a Ne'wPovtYhi
**. t Cautm.-All of the above named articles are PCM ALE COMPLAINTS. suitable fir and summer wtar, A. C. "
'I' : directly Spiing Greene, W. R. King, White and fancy Linen Drill Pant, i
/ .;;>.L-r.iwC.'f.-,': ..-. emlti by Cnmstrtck A Brother 2 St-Peter's between Place Barclay )nrt tie following articles'* ickinsco' Dan. Webster Henry Dodge, Blue and Fren h Cottonade. Manufactured Tobacco. .1

in rear of the Astor House, New York, Of these are Prolapsus Drown and White Navy L"ll Frock ."tt' J. M. Berrien, W. P. Mangum. Brown and Bleached Jean Drawers JUST RECEIVING a further stock'of sen* 201
arid Fiwy s?,, one door from oadtcay, ftJ \. '" Linen Drill do JUL 39 tf Linen Bosom Shirts Merino
diructed. Also EDWARD ._' .. Uteri, or Falling Fancy r :.- Undershirts assorted Manufactured Tobacco at loire
i. v'V.af !. to whom BARNARD aU orders must only be in 1t.-ee, who by is the .:: : of the Womb; Fluor, Cloudr l wid White Frock and SatT C County lion Works. Gents fashionable Black Silk Hat* prices than it can be bought in any of th. larfnar-

k. nondn and will supply J,; or Whites; Chronic In- Striped ml Plain Gingham) Suck Drab Beaver M lets North. Traders will do well to examine suopk
is ,t ; cnly wholesale dealer at the AT lowest By Johnson '_\ flamation aud Ulceration 151'k and Cord Drap d'Kta Sack aud TALL. l1ASSEE. FLORIDA. Black fur, Drab brush and Pearl Hats before ordering their Spring stocks. Will farrai

1 ::8; oonntry mf'rel..pM. Monticello, E. Selxas prices., Thomaevile, Ga. of the Womb; Incidental do do Summer Cloth do EaUblishmenv i* now in full operation. All Boys Black
4'a ETP by one in town. Hemorrhage, Whit and CoVd Drill Pants, will be atUsnru*! to with promptness and Infant fancy Pearl Hats credit to 1st oi April will be given where any iW

!. ; October 15.persou 1853. every 41Executors .or Flooding; Painful, Fancy Marseilles[ Pants dune with neatness and dispatch. Fancy Goods. tity i ie required. JX LADft.

*' -. '* Suppressed, or Irregular Fancy Call iinere do for Summer "f work such a* Sv eam Work, Mill Work Ribbons of all qualities, Bonnet Cap White and Newport, January 21, 1854. S

*-,, > :- Notice. Menstruation, Ac. Bl'k Drap d'Eta do do &X"ar Mill Circui. r. Saw Machinery, Cpolored Satin Ribbons Black White aud Colored

{ :;-u 4VLH : -"- month after date to-wit: ou Friday the 21st with all their accompanying evils, (Cancer excepted,) Fancy and White Marseilles Vests, Pulleys. Angers, Plough'' Castings, Brass Velvet Ribbon PROTECTION INSURANCE ,COMPA'NtHARTFORD.
? ?> :, .* SIX DO matter bow eavere, or of how long standing. Light Spriug Silk Vests. Kettles of W size. kept
'- *> of July next, shall present to tbe Court of -ALSO- ..: a18o. 50'r Ladies Dress Goods CONNTCTICTJT
V.A* uv Probate, for the County Gadsden, my account and The Cathoficon less far surpasses other and remedies in being A general assormentof Shirts Collars. (-n hand. AU woT done in ** aD f5ta J Consisting in part of- Capital Stock, $300pQ\
more expensive, leaving the regard .
voucher Executor of the Estate of Reuben B. system wu.1 a
t"j a* Hicks will be done bv Plain and Embroidered Lawn
us. printed ,
Tats, Drawers Undershirts Agsijt of th above
AU. in a better condition. Let all persons interested hosiery W4flk. THE undersigned, CompeiT
-j ? deeeascd and apply-to the Jndge of said Court for a : and durability of the Black and 2d Mourning.
in such a medicine call aud obtain er articles too numerous to mention.A prepared!to take risk'against Fire om vaUings -
: final discharge: of which. all parties interested, will a parnp'et, Workmen always in re**"***to pot b', Plain Printed and Embroidered
(free,) containing ample proof, fro.u highly respectable full assortment of Cloths. and their contest,on the meet ,'abl.tarn
pl. ti ootie. BURWELL B. WILKES,
Ac. and Colored
White Jaconet
sources, of tbe happy results of its use, together with which the subscriber is prepared to flack T. H. )FLAGG, AftaC
Executor of R. B. Hick, deeaed. and all work doo strictly
will be :
liberal -rd aud Colored
nd Mourning
Black Bareges
l letters from first class experienced phyeuciauti, who order on the shortest notice, in the firm this ; Tallahassee,November 5, 1851. 44
January 81,1854. gra. t businett m
hare used it in their practice, and speak from their' style.and best possible manner. All in order on some Black, Coio-ed,and Embroidered T'IUUeI.Plain ""
''fr4s' FAIRBANKS'PLATFORM own observations. Clothing calL price paid for old Iron Copper ail? and PrinteJ HemJmy, DR. JOHN P. DUVAL,

( REFERENCE*.-Pr"f. Dunbar. M. D, Baltimore Md.; HP Orders from the country Jllack and 2d Mourning and Colored Gbghama TALLAHASSEE, FLOBItoA.
.4 must addressed ( paid) to .
SCALES, J. C. Orrick. M.D,Baltimore, Md.; P. B. Peckham, JLD to, by A. B. J. M. SHINE A CO.post,Tallahassee, Fla. of all qw litiee. OFFICE AT TBJC COT/KT HOUSS.January .. j
: Utica, N. Y; D. Y. Foote, M. D, Syracuse N. Y/ March 18. 18ri4. 11 Edging CQ<1 InsertingsofaU descriptions, '28. 18M.
1I_ _ LoNg KJTOWX SEVERELY TEST. M. H.Mills, 11. D., Rochester, 11. Y.; L. D. Floming. -- 11.185-1. 10- Colored PanI5ol: and Para *, 4 ._
Tin and
': ;. _.- ED-ALWAYS BIGHT, THE ACKNOWLEDGED M. D. Canandai a. N. Y.. W. W. Reese, M. D. City Copper P. B. BROKAW'S Black and 2d MouTDhx} Parasol and ParasoleU Insolvent Estate Notice..

A 3. *TANDAHB.Ajent of New York; W.Prescott. M. D, Concord, N. II. Glove of all desenptions STATE OF FLORIDA,
;(r *-New York,FAIRBANKS 4 Co.89 Water Pamphlets can be had gratis at the drug Stores of liB SALE STABLES Spring'Capes, Collars and Tisitt, Madison County } '

i?,' v the following Agents. rplIE Subscribers it.form the T TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs TOHN H. PATTEBSO5, ex-oeo odonoiiinUr
8 6m
:Pfeff l' February 25.1854. D. H. AMES,Tanaha .cc, \ X lahaosee and the surrounding -'. 4.- .' Saddlery. aJ Hugh Armstrong deceased baring thi d;-fiW

Ifs3&. -. DAVID C. WILSON PALMER & BROTHER, Monticello they are now prepared to THE Proprietor would Ladle's Saddles. Velvet and Plush seat in the Probate Offij of said County a wntteosoggtsgestiun -

i "r. 'v.vitif SAMUEL PULESTON do. with all kinds of ware, wholesale and his friends and iO-k Gents Patent Leather Entanl Saddles, that be believe said estate to b* JMolve&t: .

.; pleasute in calling tbe attention of bit mJL *- ABEL (GRIFFIN Apa1acLi la. line of business. public that be has 'a a. .* Spanish It t* IktTffor ordered That all persoos bsvinf ;

rL tom era and the public to the choice and.extensive Da. A. R. BREXLEY, Alligator. The Subscribers call the attention of Brick Stables at the old stand fWd a. uow .4 Tennessee claim agahrtt said estate do appear assl il. UM sue*

assortment of tr Letter addressed to Meetrs. Beach d Brownson their assortment of Parlor xjkiug and to accommodate his friends and customer RDsset" in the office trfbrettid; authenticated in the Daiwr

4 SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS Agent at Ncwberry C. H, S. C., by Rev. Rcr. C. of the latest style; till l trimmed iu has attached to his Stables, a good Black 4' 'a Spanish M prescribed by law,M or befcre Ute 7th day of Aup5t>

.4: S. Beard of sam State. the lowest market }price. l'lellS.call where he will have don all kinds of Patent Leather Quilted Chamois Seat do, 1854.. ALEX. MCDONALD.F .

1r: which and is b new* has opening just received for inspection.by all the recent In the arrivals disposal GLKXV SraiNCs Jan. 9. 1853. before purchasing elsewhere. Also work Horse shoeing, and Carriage work, Britlles, lartingat !. Riding Baggy and Carriage ..., 18M 5 9m Judge of Pre ._
Mesr Japanued Ware, Lead Pipe, Sheet Zinc best mauuer.nd with and
whereof, he pledges bimnelf not to be undersold upon BEACH 4 Baow.s.SIJtR: I end for an- promptness Whips Valises, Carpet Bags, .te. * : other bottle of your"MarcUUi's Uterine Catholioon." House-work Hoofing, Fancy HeaJs, for
house in this mid
the terms, by city. Hardware Cutlery.
same any My wife has been afflicted for eleven and tering Pipes-Shop work of every 5, 1653. 44 at New PbrtFlid' .
1' : Among the above, may be found a very rare and1o.,1 of means has been resorted to for year relief,but a none variety with neatness and del patch. Knives and Forks,Pen and Pocket Knives,Gnus, AGENCY McNAUGiiT \ ORlf 05U.
choice .Terti was obtained until I received this medicine from WHITE i Wanted.DRY Newport January ___
Fine Dress Goods, Its influence seemed almost magical; there was you.a October, 1853. 40 OR SALT HIDES for which the Box.Dow and Pad locks,Cast Steel Spades and Shovels Goods.

tpi q- eoDSistinf; ia part of manifest improvement from the day it was taken. I highest market price will be paid by Collius' Axes Chisels, Augers Planes Cut-nails, n'Cheap vHPHE

Brooad Silks Berag Robe,Solid CoFdJ As there are a great fnauy females in our country SKY-LIGHT DAGIIERREA.V 16. 1853. 41 HEIR & RUST. Iron. Blacksmith's Bellows. Hammers, Anvils. Stocks Subscriber. *. ;coo ipple :.
j4' 4-4 BUck Bilk and Figured laboring under the affliction fur which your medicine and Dies Screw-plates. Vicrs, Hues Cum Shelters 4IiL ]i such a new arrangement'iufkT

Fancy Silks, Eooes-White Frsoeh proposes a remedy, I feel it a duty to recommend it OVER BARNARD'S DRUG HOUSE Straw Cutters, Cast Plow-points and Sweeps Trace braines as'makes t necessary.so;

4 Crap d. Paris Worked, to all such. CLOUGH S. BEARD. T| HE subscribers respectfully TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Chains, Ac, tc. di.poseof their present stock of Good This Stostxiusisfs

: 4, erir-.DeW and splendid Berag D Uinftyl J. B.MAS.CHIEI k Co., Proprietors Central Depot, 1104 JL dies and gentlemen of Tallahassee Groceries. ot'a good supply of Watches el ereiyiwj*' '

;$.; 4" **, Figured Cballiea Broadway, New-York. that their Gallery is open daily fur the well-known hotel having passed from Sugar Teas Coffee Rice Best Pale Otard Brandy tion, JewelryFaoej W. ,.CUUetYJY '
Boliil Ool'd Tao Brown. ChalUy Berage January J4. ]854. 2 (tm visitors Sunday* excepted. Miniatuiea the hands of Mr. E. P. Moore, into I hose of Old Rye Whiskey, Rectified Whiskey, Gin.Rum. Ware and numerous other ; *"*?'

1pi Drab, 8U1. Oresm Printed Lawn. siz. and style of the art. Ladies and ; the new proprietor gives notice to Wine, Sherry and Madeira*Tobacco, Snuff, Cigars themselves to ell to cub customer at FS 1 Lr
Pink BlocBlack and Tissue different style, S. W. BAKERTTORNI invited to call and examine their apec that be i is prepared to entertain transient I Candies and Soap. With a variety of other article* duced priee*. TOWLE 4 KTB j

.i1i4: Whit B&14es Muslins of all kinds,ic,Ac. Y AT LAW, N. B. Instructions given Li the art customers with the best the house af- too numerous to i insert here. April 18,1884. IB _
ALSO. a full tMotimeot of Daguerrean materials for at as reasonable a cost u the time will ad- Tallahassee March 18. J8S4. 11
MONTICELLO JEFFERSON COUNTY FLA. sale.KUHNS The house is well with and ,
lAces and Embroideries, Hat and Caps, fc supplied lenante. Notice/. ..,
ti4h Boaot and,Trimnsing Boot and ShONe March 18. 1854. U February. 1864. 0 to make guests comfortable and Notice. months after. u..a=. .
M Paraaol and Fan, Wood and Willow War. -- -- will spare no pain to please those who interested will take notice that six SIX oC th..tat.of Jolla 0.- d

ts Gloves, Ho*,Ao Hardware and Cutlery, DR.W. C. WHITAKER, MONTICELLO ( him with their patronage. An excellent ALL persons* after the first publication of this advertisement of G.Jadeu County.will ;Seal aCcount"

;;Mlc Ladies Gaiters Hollow Ware and Iron, RESIDENT PHYSICIAN, stable adjoins this Hotel C.A. BRYAN. I intend to apply to the Hon. Judge of, vouchers to the Judge of PobSUMC0Ut71'ask

.. r TIM and Buskin %&, Groceries, &&, &t, &c. TALLAHASSEE FLA. .CAPT.I the NEWMAN subscriber having January- 7, 1864. 1 tf Probates of Leon County for a discharge from my to be discharged. ELIZABITh RAWLS,...
I Gent Dress Good having of the estate of William H. Brock- 18.1854. 11 GinFASHIONABLE A lml
I. OFFERS his professional services to the citizens of titled up that large aDd commodious Valuable Lands for Sale. Administratorship March
And all other required by country er.toWD deceased.
and vicinity. Office first door 'Eat of the land enbrougb. .
theSDtDlia1 South of tbe Court House formerly belonging to the estate of Henry SPRING & SUMMEI
resident In fin, our tock consists rather in ELLEN A. BROCKENBBOUGH Adm*.
of Post Office building immediately adjoining Dr. Goodbread deceased be treated
realities than in and outward erff by Mr. and known then may privately by Ul'i'
appearaooss 24 6m
Nash. June 17.1854. cASs
l. House, take this method of informing to either of the Executor*. CLOTHS AND .:

1' i<* April 18. 1SU. IB D. 0. WILSON. January 14, 1854. 2 ly he has converted the Mid building into MARTHA GEE Executrix Notice. T AM now fecejring" eteOi';

respectfully solicits a share of public R.K.CALL, Exeeutore. month after the date of this notice, I shall 1 Cloth. C **imre*. Vest/1-' d'
LAMAR A. PERRY .AMAKER, or will be spared to O. B. DuPONT f SIX White __, Yigtt !i
I:7': DAt..'I'., B. pain expense render application to the Judge of Probate of Mad- Brown and Fancy .Linen
able srb6 mar visit his b The 10, 18U. 7 $m [Seatinel which I prepared tq make oj l j
all of am
hi ProfMiooal ATTOftlfcY LAW administrator seiile.
(WEBS aerriee to the public.- iwo County Florida for my discharge aa aad on
I k ,. 'U, He ean be found' at the ,former render** of Dr. TALLAHASSEE, FLA. ery nected with, formerly the Hotel kept by E.Capt E. MILES .NASH 5t CO. of John Coleman deceased. notice tn the mort iaahiooaN 4yl* -,."
bintermsALSO- .
Jane Hooter 01 the ThomatvilU road, eight mile VANS RANDELL, Adm'r.May :
t mT"'rec.J&naary _May 21, UU' 20 Monticello, December. U, 1853.MEDICAL in Drng8v Mcdlclnei &C., 20. 1854. 20 am a. LAXOK AND WKUV $*IJtCT-P *TOCK W i

28 J8M. 'me inform their friend and the public that R ADY-MADECt.OTHIN !
Notice. .
have kind good assortment of inch .jJ4.
ou a
they hoJarttttTfoek .
pert of D
''i ,NEW, YORK, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW .t. ..- a*arc generally kept ia their line of business, month after date. I than pment my final ac. consisting in CdoredFrodc aitd'Sa k CCtt5Saeki "

J DRKWER'. CALDWELL: kl1..e Florida D ES. WM. F. ROBERTSON V be receiving regularly hesh upplie Their SIX \ and Toucher to the udge of ,Probate 0' coats I'ao9 Dnp crEte Frock, 8* ; 1II JuI.i,er-trt

-ii : .., BUOCESSORS'TO'CENTER ei CO, .. SJT Office np-etejf* In the Capitoi immediately themselves baring located in in the Tallahse, be reasonable. Madison County a* administrator of Lucy Robert* Sack and Bminer.r! Whit' BiO1 rI4 ',
; together practice of 1858. 'J4 from edministratorsbip $ !
Oct. April and uk to be charged my
Chamber 9. 40
adjoining the Senate .(
l. )14 CBIEBAL COMM WWW" MERCH15TS, their PTteiunal ten_ to the public5 JAMES ROBERTS Adm'r.Kay raLiowDCoot.linN

-r e' JT. $0( OLD WPa '.P.: P. HOLLAND, OflBoOTertbStorofMr : Negroes for Sale. C. 1884._18_em .
t ATTORNEY'AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Beaideoe of Dr. Rob rton.:at the y. MAN:shout 88 y.of agt. and a .
Kay t,11M.
ljVAKTU JOSEPH H. D0PONT Si1kv..8b 1
'.: EpiMoptJ WJC..P. .. about 22 years. with her four ohildrao.. JOD'

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