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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 29, 1854
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY CHARLES E. DYKE. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA JRLY ,29, 1854. VOLUME VI:-NO. 30.

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From the Watkiriffttm Smtlml.A coming deference and modesty advise against BY AUTHORITY. the cession of territory granted in the' first day been exchanged at Washington, by WIL. [FromthJLmctent. %] *j k4 41 '
General and Simultaneous Movement &. the election of any new democratic 'candi. article of this the said articles here .
treaty, are LIAR L. MARcy, Secretary of State of the Disunion.I :\ ,'.
mtmf the Bepealers.V date. There it only a chosen few, a selected i, LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. and annulled, and the United General! Don JCAX "
by abrogated provi. States, and Senor : have been a faithful partizan in the ;1- .:
great movement is on foot. It is a remnant of that party, that can be trusted.Under sions as herein expressed substituted therefor. N. ALOITTE, Envoy extraordinary and Minister ranks, and.among the of Wig '
the President the United States. my :g 9
that By ct
not strikes of prouea
the circumstances.
only at fonndauon
movement any The vessels and citizens of the United States plenipotentiary of the Mexican Republic reckon tho mite, in connection
of party organizations, but ai the Inspector," who is a'whig, and the correspondent A Proclamation. shall, in all time,have free and uninterrupted on the"part of their respective Govern with other Southern Whigs, in the conciliation '
of what i i& far more sacred-theConiifo011 of a leading whig Whereas between the United :[_! '
foundation journal cannot a treaty passage through the Gulf of California to and ments. of oar party in 1650, so that North and }
of the United States. It j is not conceal his distrust of the anti.N ebraska demo ''States of America and the Mexican Republicwas i from their possessions situated north of the Now, therefore be it known, that I,FR ATTKLIX South, worked in harmony to allay sectional .f 1 '

golden, unstudied, and accidental move- crats. It sticks out prominently in almost, concluded and signed at the city of Mexico boundary line of the two countries; it being PIERCE: President_ of the United States prejudice, and bringabouta union of senti : .

')t eL 1 It i is made withdeliboratiorr; and pur- i every paragraph. He can scarcely be brought,. on the thirtieth day of December, one understood that this passage is to be by navigating of America, have caused the said Treaty to ment. Wo werethen crowned with success,

ned with system. As when thunder roll, to believe that any democrat can be trusted to thousand eight hundred and fifty three which the Gulf of California and the River be made public, to the end that the same and a mutual forbearance took place,oar hot head 1

hill-top answers to hill-top, and one rnounUin carry out whig schemes. There are some, ,treaty, as amended by the Senate ofthe United Colorado, and not by land, without the express every clause and article thereof, may be observed effervesced, and when the time came we forgot f:

peak answers to another so is the watchword however, a chosen few, five golden anti Ne. States, and being in the English and consent of the Mexican Government ; and fulfilled with faith by the i and forgave. I 'was then I
as am
of the party engaged in this movement braska democrats, who have been tried In a Spanish languages, is word for word as follows and precisely the same provision, stipulations, United States and the goo thereof! satisfied, that nothing could take place, now that ,..F

echoed- from one place] to another. furnace seveniimes heated. These he ex. : and restrictions, in all respects, are hereby a- In witness whereof, I hereunto set my could not with Americans healed wIthout :

The Nebraska bill repealed unconstitutional empts from his general distrust t, and testifies IN TUX FAME or ALMIGHTY GOD: 1 greed upon and adopted, and shall be scrupulously [L. s.] hand, and caused the seal of the Uni di onion. b : :<

legiblation, and the object of this mo'e.ment cheerfully to their fitness for incorporationwith The Republic. of_ Mexico and the United observed and enforced by the two te States to b afixe. With this feeling I am that r 1\r

is to repeal the Nebraska bill. They the grand body of whig and abolition States America, desiring to remove every I j contracting Governments: in reference to the at the city o Washington,tins thirtieth the editor of tho.Florida puet N.that "
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make lhir appeal not to this man or that, repeal rs. These gentlemen are Messrs. cause disagreement which might interferein Rio Colorado so far and for such distance as day of Jane, in the year of our of the 27th ult, is plowing i sectional paper ,'ir.., > ,

this party or that party, but to every man Peckhaui,:Maurice:\ !Mace, Fenton, and Wheel any manner with the better friendship and the middle of that river is made their common Lord, one thousand eight hundred The editor proposes not only to I"

, and every partyin the free States.. This movement er. The compliment is high. We trust thatit intercourse between the two countries, and boundary line by the first article of this and fifty-four, and of tha independence confct uah hs hands of all sympathy. *'

But the name of abolition movement. i is duly appreciated.We especially in respect to the true limits which treaty. of the United States the seventy- Whiggery, but he wit. Norter.

But the name of abolitionist is BO odious and would respectfully cill the attention of should be established, when, notwithstandingwhat :: The several provisions, and restrictions contained schisms w.oJar says knovlutone"sentiment are no : .
ve :
unpopular that they cunningly endeavor to tho southern whigs to the contrast that In. was covenantcd in the treaty of Guadalup in the 7th article of the treaty of Gna eighth.FR"KLL'PIERCE.By among jtervades the Whig a m Florida ..,". .

disconnect i it from their scheme. They will spector" draws between the northern whigs Hildago in the year 1819, opposite dalupe Hidalgo shall: remain in force only so : and that sentiment is a p our I

not call it a whig movement, because the : and democrats. The former can appear amoiig interpretations have been urged which might far as regards the Rio Bravo del Norte, be- \%T. L. MVHCV. Secretary of State. ly bligaia to Northern Whiggery, p. :;"f'

whig are net willing to assurnu the whole i the repealers unchallenged, while the give occa&fon? to questions of serious mo. low the initial ofthe said boundary providedin For the last four the Union 4. V-

responsibility of it; and, besides, even unBound latter have to beg liko dogs for admission, and ment : to avoid these, and to strengthen and the first article of this treaty ;that is to say :. Speech of Lord Brougham o the Russian retreat. North and South have year been men :? !.
.-In the British House of Lords the endeavoring to t :
democrats would bo driven irom the then are treated as spies, all exceptthe goldenand more firmly maintain the peace which happily below the intersection of the 31st deg. 47 miD. on
and
conciliate, no in the Union : .
of tho 26th ultimo Lord paper has .. .
the five. There could be the two the evening Broughamsaid > "
republics
claims the glorious no between ,
support of a plan that paternity prevails 30 sec. parallel latitude, with the boundary been more lavish iu denunciation of -,.
of their 'hereditary enemies It cannot be stronger evidence, than evidence like this, of President of the United States has, for this line established by the late treaty dividing [ :- who would not suffer destruction any one, _,!;

called a democratic movement, because tht> the soundness of the democracy, and the un. purpose, appointed James Gadsden Envoy said river from its mouth upwards, accord | My lords, my apprehensions are not for aid: in dissolution, than the "Sentinel"rather tan .:' '.

organized\; democracy have set their face against soundness of the northern whigs. Can any Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiaryof ing to the.5th article of the treaty of G ua.da. the present. When 1 shall hear it confirmed its former then who :% .
i that there is movement the Proprietor. Any one at.
it. one with common sense doubt that this whole the same near the Mexican Government, a general on par .'
The movement is led of Mexico has lupo. of the invading armies to quit the Principali-: tempted to excite the prejudices of the South -.-
UnionEtnigiation Society, composed 1; anti-slavery on by whigs, and the President appointed ARTICLE: V. |' the North .t *
called >
against '
in part of mirabers of Congress, in their aided, by the entire freesoil and abolition par. as Plenipotentiary ad hoc" his ExcellencyDon i I ties, then, my lords, I shall be very apprehensive. was by the type ;?' S ,
All the provisions of the eighth and ninth, ot that .a fire eatcradisuujou.1st 1 ".
1 shall bo lest paper ,
apprehensive Austria .
grand proclamation to the promiscuous multitudes ties? Manuel Diez de Boni4laCavalier Grand f', ''.
of the free States, declare that "nei I Cross of the national and distinguished or. sixteenth and seventeenth articles of the treatyy having some concessions made to her by the &c. ; : -: .
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ther differences shall Ii i "What Say The South! and Secretary of State of Guadalupe Hidalgo, shall apply to the Emperor of Russia, shall call upon us to en- What a change has come over the organ .
names of
party nor past ders Gaudalupe, L
The Sew York Democrats, of the hard of Relations, and : territory ceeded by the Mexican Republic in ter into negotiations, on which negotiations we find itjnoxr spreading the fires disunion .
separate us. and of the office Foreign ...
This declaration is caught by the managers -: shell order, as our readers know, have met in Don Jose Salazar Ylarregui and General the first article ofthe present treaty, and to I confess myself more apprehensive than I In 1650 the language of the Sentinel was ', .
up ,
of the great gathering of the people of I, convention, nominated Judge Greene C. Mariano\ Monterde as Scientific Commis. all the rights of persons and property, both do of war. [Hear hear.] I diplomacy and "ourselves" nothing,our country aU" In 1854 .' :
civil and ecclesiastical, within the same, as it a waiver of our obligations t '
Michigan that is to be held at Jackson.- Brouson for Governor, given their approval shiners, invested with full powers for this treaty and protocol shall again be entered upon says party ( 'I.
and as effectually, as if the said articles Northern Wbiggery until that shall ,.
denounced ad. fully
"In view thereof of the to the Nebraska bill, and the I who communicated their and protracted by the resources of Russia party
They say : recent negotiation, having "
Pierce. where heroin again recited and set forth. itself of its adjuncts and free :-
of Gen. The Herald
action of Congress upon this subject ministration respective full powers, and finding them in have we not to apprehend that they may purge "'aLlitiol ..
and the evident designs of the slave I. their organ pointing to tko proceedings; asks due and form, have agreed upon the ARTICLE VI. drag on through the autumn, and to a period soil proclivities. may b dull, but certafu .
[power proper
to attempt still further aggressions bpon free-]: triumphantly) what say tin south !i" Without articles following : No grants of land within the territory ceded when the Baltic and Black seas wi be in very I it. is, that I am at loss in discovering auy new .

darn, we invite all oar! fellow-citizo IS, without''I pretending to speak for the South, we re- ARTICLE I. by the first article of this treaty bearing date different circumstances from te present adjunct""and 6.'poiUdti8" in the Whig a ..
for ourselves that to the nomination Hear hear. party of the exist in 1850, e.4
reference to former political associations, I I I ply as The Mexican to subsequent to the day, twenty-fifth September [[ ] :
Bronson think it an excellent Republic agrees designatethe | We the Western Powers shall be or still later in 1854. u true the ndop'iou ,
Judge we not I
who think that a time has arrived for A union her true limit with the United i wken the :Minister: and subscriber to this i
nomination-much better than ts; usually following as by anythiug that be done at1ennC by Congresd of the principles involved in th* .
north. on'the of the United States may '
at the! to protect liberty from b"ing i o.erthrowr. States for the future : Retaining the treaty part proposed commie '
made ii) the State of New York. Ho is a or Berlin. I have no distrust of Au Nebraska bi'has changed malcontents. *'
and downtrodden the Government of Mexico .
assemble i to to terminate '<
in
to >i line between the two Califor- '
gentlemen of ability and honesty and however some dividing I no'.hing: [A They now being in the North instead of the (
will be say ofP'ussil. laugh.]
; consid-
mats: convention, on Thursday, the Gth cf July defined and established the question boundary, '
nias! as already according than this .'
South, -other change of latitude. :
questionable have been his antecedents I have confidence in tho and character .
: integrity
I o'clock at Jackson there to tnke may ered valid or be recognized by the United
at one to tho fifth article of the of r
treaty disaffection
there is more between North
no ,
his political principles arc of the Emperor of Austria, but if
present
such thall be :Stales; will made be nego-
measures as thought Iest to Gau the limits between the : or any grants previously "
; the i lIch as we would like to see disseminated bo considered valid be tia'ioiid wil the Czar are to be carried on, it any adjuncts I
concentrate popular sentiment: of thisSLMte shall be follows respected or or recognized '
the encroachments
of the slave or wi
against Gulf of Mexico three by any grants "
in the
leagues in 1850, when as the editor now the '
gard to the convention's endorsement of the : made be consideredas say when they sbi terminate. 1 hope say :
power. Nebraska bill, in opposition to the vote of, from land, opposite the mouth of the Rio previously respected or and trust that a time-and that not I Northern Whig"stood b U helped t -. '' '
Joseph Swan, J, II Coulttr, and J. W. Grande j provided in the fifth article of the obligatory which have not been located a
as the
Oliver., Wheeler( Maurice. Peckham and long-will be fixed within which these .ae Andrews, the committee, in Columbus, Ohio and duly recorded in the' archives of Mexico :\ negotiations
treaty of Gaudalupe Hildago ; thence, as What 'was the course of the Northern, ,
f'
the ; Peck, hard shell members!! of Congress-that must terminate,that the Czar will with. :
receive
authorized to signatures to a callor < too"e highly; approve.; On that question the"hards" defined in the said article, up the middle of draw, or the war be conducted heretofore.It Whig party towards the Southern Whigs in : -.-.: 3
VIL
/ a State, conveniiou, have is.ued a card, in. have taken position! with the administration : that river to the point where the paralell of ATTICLE would be hard, my lords, to prognosticatewhat a 1850? was it not one of conciation.Co.oar. ..' ,"> .jj;

which 4. It is hfOS3r hoped-that will be 1 and with the! Democracy ofconntrv. the 31 deg.17 min. north latitude crosses the Should there at any future period (which we will do hereafter, for much must anee, long suffering, & Whigs ?*". J; Twere i
delegates appointed We wish they had stopped thptp.I II same: ; thence due west one hundred niilns! ; God forhid) occur allY disagreement: betweenthe depend our France. We must then smarting under the .t-,,: '
;in eack fro.n all ; upon go propstions.
lor uhalerer county'live issues there political J parties be.< j j:I We with they bad contended themselves thence south to the paraJell of t 31 deg. 20 two nations which might lead to a rupture on to the end, as a. from the beginning, of secession adjuncts and prciv. *" 4
mube ; min. north latitude ; thence along the said I Iparalcll of their relations and reciprocal peace ties"of the South who were ,. *
with
rushing
the a nomination so excellent: as that! of I until peace shall bo obtained ; and coupledwith .
Uvet'ii two parties which divide the
(
gicat Bron and with resolution ': of31 de:!. 20. min to the lllth1 they bind themselves iu like nunner to pro. of the Nashville Convention. Did not Mr. ,'" '1Cabel
8litp. there is one question made south.i Judge 'on, a so excellent that peace we must have a guarantee a- %
by meridian of longitude wet of Greenwich ; cure by every possible method the adjustmentof our then ia J.
Eliveholdprs at this crisis as that approving' the leading gainst repetition of the same on Representative Congress, -, .
cm momentous a* I difference and should still in proceeding
measures of Pierce's administration. It they thence in a straight line to a point on the'Colrado j every ; they a more moment being on the" watch toer advise Southern '
opportune .
the
common to all as free air of l.ea '.eu-it '
; below' this succeed will
river twenty English miles manner not never they pro- to participate in that Convention I *
Whigs
i is, whether this republic and its free institutions had, there would have been left no room to i than the present, in which ail attempts have i, :
I doubt what the South would "say." She the junction of the Gila! and Colorado rivers; ceed lo a declaration of war without having proved complete [Hear, Did Le not loudly talk of repudiaiton, North. 0" *.
shall be ruled
fic-cdom be sunk Ijy., and its great missionof would have said, well done-our sympathies; thence up the middle of the said river Colorado .I previously paid attention to what has been hear.] Tla'l my dbappintments, such ern Whigs, &c, notwithstanding all!! this. .' o. *
ute, au oligarchy of forth in article 21 ofthe of Guada may
the between set "t
with until it intersects present line treaty the party, our sliafu ; 'j '
fclaveholders and the are 'ou-ma.r you triumph over all securities against future aggression as will en- Norern'hi rcived ,
extension of
,
blare slaveryf.nd opposition. But when Southern men read the United States and Mexico.:\ lupe for similar cases ; which article, as wellas able us to the results of we have been and firm coarse, succeeded .1". ..
power. For the of this of the well as the 22d, is here reaffirmed. cal al in about such unison of "',
The New York "executive committee in further, and find a resolution bitterly den 'un.I performance portion doing by name of 'peace, without which bringing action, t( ._
each of the two Governments shall nominate ARTICLE VIII.( the language of the :.
the cing President Pierce : when they look be. treaty that will be only a vain semblance use sentnells helped >:
I II. I guarantee
convention in
calling Saratoga : respond
laud the and find the one Commissioner, to the end that, by the 5th pace to save Union in 1850. 'j .
I., like manner to the voice of the Union Emi j I scenes moving spirit I The :Mexican: Government having and ltt" beter than a armed truce. th
The ametig the actors in the cOII"t'ntion:1S: in- I common consent, the two thus nominated, of February, 1853, authorized the early construction [Here, hear. ] The Sentine says, the difference between ; ,0Souther
convention de.
gration Society. they : having met in the city Pasodel Nortc, three Whigs aud democrats that the :,
dare is be of tho tonse itostllity to him, and in striving to elect of a plank and railroad across: the is
of to people, without distinction their nominee, the predominant motive is a I months after the exchange of the ratification isthmus of Tehuantepec, and to secure the THE ELOQUENCE OF MOTION.-Everyone Southern Democrats, cli sympathy wits ** : ;t .*

This is the party. desire to defeat and rebuke the present ad. I of this! treaty, may proceed to survey and mark stable benefits of said transit way to the perSons has read of the action, action, action, of Northern affinities, sentiment, as ./J; .. .

SLave for language ofev.ery call that we ministration-Southern men [jon perceiving out upon the land the dividing line stipulatedby and merchandise of :Mexico and of the Demosthenes, and of what a variety of emo present. developed" W hi Southern Whig ':'''V *'

seen haTe been repeal gatheriags. There this, if Democrats, will hesitate: before committitig this article, where it shall uot have already Uni States; it is stipulated that neither Government tons and passions Roscious could express by do not r What ii> it present devcl- ;; ..

seems to a magnetic, telegraphic, theniselves in favor of the "bards." been surveyed and established by the mixed will interpose any obstacle to the mere g sturcs. Let i not be supposed, how aped .">i3 not-what the Northern Whigs .t .i *. .

r or under-ground-railroad these Ne communication between If ever a President des"rved well of the commission, according to the treaty of Gaud transit I'of persons and merchandise of both ever, tEat such perfections of art belong to \'ca the Nebraska Fraud ?I" if so, I.cannot *y T i: ;

died on one people.mountain than sooner others is a .fire kin- South, of-tke ic/iok South, but especially of alupe, keeping( a journal and making proper nations. ; aDd at no time shall higher chargesbe the ancients only. The following anecdote perceive any harm in Southern Democrats '..;!;f .

respond to it tke country round.recognizeand the Southern Democracy, President Pierce is plans of their operations. For this> purpose, made on the transit: of persons and property of Win. C Preston, is illustrative of our re- sympathyzing with such .Northern Q.ni .:.; ..

For tU'e reasons we hare already briefly assigned the man. ,As a State Rights} strict Construction I if they should judge it necessary, the contracting of citizens of the United States than may marks.Some. ties!I" On the contrary, I commend f' :
Democrat I parties shall }be at liberty each to u- a thousand others, it,-this was the course by Whigs ia ; : 41
they will not trust to any one party he has been weighed and not be made on the persons and property of other yelrs go among pursued j j.\.
for the success of their cefariou:! schemes, I found wanting. The South demanded that uite to its respective Commissioner scientificor foreign nations, nor shall: any interest in we ware listening toaoue of his splendid harangues 1850, which bought about result so com- :.; ,t :

bat they endeavor to break down all political : the Compromise ef 1850 should be consider-, other assistants, such as rstronomers and said transit way, nor in the proceeds thereof from the stump Beside us was ones mended upon by the Sentinel, and the Sonth- \. i

organizations, te annihilate all party associations cd a finality. President Pierce, in his inaugural surveyors, whose concurrence shall not be be transferred to any foreign Government.. deaf as a post, brcatlleS attention, ern Democrats by adhering to their union .:: ? I Iwith *

affiliations, and traditions-to eradicate responded to that demand. And much considered necessary for the settlement and The United States by its agents. shall have catching apparently nearly every wor tat I .Northern democrats,-set aside sec- V.1., !..
& has )been said ratification of true line of division betweenthe fell from the orator's lips. Now tional feeling and jealousies, and that i '"'
all old ascerbidcs and enmities and all i 6 about his appointments, his a the right to transport across the isthmus, in pursue !. i
into one homogenous body, whose merge adhesive''j I enemies cannot point to a single opponent of two Republics. That line shall be alone closed bags, the mails of the United States delight would roll down his cheeke, and now, course of conciliation, which in my opinion, >:1! "

principle shall be hatred to tho South, and1: I i I the fugitive slave Jaw whom he has kept in established upoo which the Commissionersmay not intended for distribution along the line of in an ungovernable ecstacy, he would shout will place the Democratc party a saviour ; :. I' *

hostility to slavery, and wlws. battle-cry bhall office. Toe South, especially Doraocracj fix, their consent in this particular being communication ; also the effects of the United applause which might have been mistaken of the Union u 1 6 Entertaining these '*.*;,1..

be 'repeal.' of the South, opposed the Insane bill, believing : considered decisive' and an integral part States Government and its citizens which for the noise ofa small thunder.stor. views, 1 now proclaim (and there are many *' t :.
it of this without of ulterior for distribution At length, Preston launched out one of those Whigs who will join me,) that if :f
That man must bo either willfully blind orI I provided, unconstitutionally, for a distribution treaty, necessity: mny be intended for transit and not sectioua :/ ".
profoundly> ignoraat who does not see the of a portion of the public lands ratification or approval, and without room on the isthmus, free of customhouseor passages of massive declamation which those lines are drawn iu the Whig party, we aU i ;

hand ef old Northern whig federalism 'bill by his the parties of will of uttering. In magnificent splendor it Union in 185G,-wo will participate in ';1 .:
movement If it keeps iu old name it will veto, notwithstanding the unanimity contracting.The Neither passports nor letters security I not 1" ,
with which it dividing line thus established shall, in the isthmus was what Byron had described the mountain any organization. : 1
raise up all its old enemies. It therefore was supported by the North. be required of persons crossing sectODI '; '/
proposes while it eschews that came to gather The South felt deeply interested in the enfor. all time, be faithfully respected by the two and not remaining in the country. storms of Jura. ltd effect upon the mulitudowas A WHIG OF ST. JOHNS. $ .:

to its support, fanatical abolitionists! recreant cement of the fugitive slavelaw. A case arises Governments, without any variation therein, When the construction of the railroad shall like a whiIwind Our deaf friends couldcontain .<";

or deluded democrats, and all the odds, in Boston, the President is appealed to, unless of the express and free consent of the : bo completed, the Mexican Government agrees himsef no' longer ; but bawling into The Whig papers are saying that" the ;! .

ends, and isms ofthe country. he promptly replies the law must be enforced two, given in conformity to the principles of to open a port of entry in addition to our ear, as would blow it open" with a Nebraska bill has split the Democratic party" .; l'

t The Washington correspondent of the New ," and by act, confirms hie words. And the law of nations, and in accordance with the port of Vera Crux, at or near the terminus tempest, Who's that speaking cried i Our advice to them is, that they kee their ; : } t I

Courier find Enquirer, who wit ever the neither last nor least, wo point to the Nebras the Constitution of each country respectively.In of said road OR the Gulf of Mexico. he. fingers out of the erackc HI" Reg- t. 7:
signature af Inspector," devotes one of his ka Kansas bill, with its clause repealing the consequence, the stipulation in the fifth The two Governments will enter into arrangements .Wm. C. Preston, replied we, n loudas ; ister. "-;, 'j

letter', of the 3d of July to tho recent anli- Missouri Compromise bill sustained by article ofthe treaty of Guadalupo upon the for the piompt transit of troops our lungs would let us.. Or they may meet the fate of the five Indi- i.- fgf"s'%! S Sans

Nebraska address of the congressional opponents signal unanimity in the South, opposed with boundary line therein described is no longer aod munitions of the United States. which Who (i" inquired he still louder tau be- who captured Mr. WuI-Jron on the Piscatanuis. !igI| I

of that measure, aad in that letter almost equal unanimity % the North.- of any force wherein may conflict with that Government may -have occasion to seno for h He promised to go wit them if **" vfji >

throw -mneh light on the views, plans, and Where do \\0 find the President, himself a that here established, the said line being considered from one part of its territory to another lyingon Wm. C. Preston, said we, almost splitting they would help him split the log into tH7J, J

purposes of the movement now. on foot in the northern man t We find him, amid a storm of annulled and abolished wherever it opposite sides of the continent. our throat in the efort which he was driving a wedge. The savages f1 t t

on. 1a\.t'bo1dilJg States. Speaking of the I denunciations, bringing the whole force of may not coincide with the present, and in the The Mexican Government having agreedto .Well, wel!I" I don't bear adam put in their ten bands, to pull each way i' J :

next House of Representatives: be says: : his administration to bear in order to secure same manner remaining in full force where in protect with its whole power the prosecution word or you are saying; but, Great" when the* captor knocked out the wedge, l1; t '

,. Wo want an AssetwU.tge; of men and not: the bill's passage, and approving it without a accordance with the same.ARTICLE preservation, and security of the work, Jerusalem,dn't Ado the fin splendidly! ;. and had the wriggling devils all fast-BosI -1.

of partizans. For myself, I declare that 1 moment's hesitation after it is paswd. II. the United States may extend its protectionas PREVALENCE ox BALDNESS.-Baldness I ton Pout. I b:.,r.

\. "elld as cheerfully voto for Wheeler, Ma* For the South then, because she may not The Government of Mexico hereby release it shall judge wise to it when it may feel seems tobefal much .younger men than it did : ,

rice, Pee khalil, Mace, Fenton; and true men have approved of all his appointments, to be- es the United States from all liability on account sanctioned and warranted by the public or thirty or forty years ago. A very observent We Shall I Go ?-A distinguished' }

of that stamp, as for any whig c.mpotitor come would a be party to a war upon such a President, of the obligations contained in the eleventh international law. hatter informed us, a short time since, that "" wa seen flying though State street t;?.,

that be may named against them Out there never will ingratitude molt moiutrou She i article or the treaty Gnadalupe Hidal. 1 ARTICLE: IX. he imagined much of it was owing to the yesterday, at railroad and being ake f

was a time when more circumspection and not thus disgrace herself.: Northern i go ; and the said article and the thirty-third This treaty shall be and the respective common use of wearing silk hats, whichfrom | the occasion of his h lp he &il par- :

vigilance were" required to easare the selection Whigs may oppose him, it U their destiny ; I article of the treaty of amity, commerce, and ratifications shall nti6e exchange th I their impermeability to the air, keep the suit of the Whig party, which' had jut jumped t II
of firm, honest and able than abolitionists'may atate him, b a from the head of wharf with the f 'f
C men, now.a they have abun navigation between the United States of A- Washington period bead at a much higher temperature than,the adres ;
As general rule, all those members who dant while reason for so doing; the Hard Shells merica and the United Mexican States, eon : of city o from the date of its signature old beaver structures whicn, he also informed of t Whig Stt Committee i t' {:

ted 1te,. approved their fidelity tboold be re-elec commending the leading measures of hit eluded at Mexico on the fifth day of April l, Ix mont UI, went out principally because he had used C I am no fr soiler," cre the unfortunate .: ;_$ }

Ou the other Laud, any man whose administration, may denounce him, it is their 1831, and hereby abrogated. or loner, if possible.In the Plenipotentiaries up all the beavers'in the Hudson Bay Com man/'and 111 b h 111 be> i.4
course U. b shadowed folly and inconsistency ; the South will &tnni : testimony weror we silk abolitionized : cracked 4j&
___t. en bv a doubtful act. ARTICLE III. have bereunU pany's territoriesThe adoption of hat by any cmmiUe Ii
'WDO nil itiveu .' by him aa long as he stands by her, I let : of the parties, Bejls where shall I The. ;
'Oll Calae vote OD the great issue who Mexico has however time, it seems, to replenish go.t .-ranit S :
who l Ia. will abue and In consideration of the foregoing affixed ear hands and seals'at given'tem 1.
been absent from tNt soLes oppose, denounce bini.Gcorgiwi .-Sav. ttipnla- the fact affords a singular Club"was mentioned- and the < tt i; f
should be tions, the Government of the United States tha.thirtieth{30th) day of December in the bred pyl' '
said ha, would that i
IOrunarily taboootj influence of fashion wight fV
Any man, _ to to the thousand eight hundredand : i stanc upon joi
for agreed Government Lord
pay of Mexico oar one
t'xamplerLo '
.ft inatanter.--Bostoii 'T
gainst the C imprudence goes about whuipering' a. Salt your C/thnieys.-ln building A cairn*' in the city of New York, the sum of teq millions yea io the thirty third year of the the animals of.a remote still contnent. It &' :- R1i'

charging (l1gitatlou' of the Addrc, or< ney, put a quantity of alt. into the mortar of dollars, of which seven millions shall JCtre. the Mexican'Republic, aod would be more singular ,, sik.hat Portuguese Illinois Jour," th
has truth in .
j ita
baldness .Pi"-1
be Set down at once fur UI'"U an supporters, may with which the intercourse of brick are to be be, paid immediately upon the exchange of the Indpe aighihof that of' tat of the theory then of oat that any we were it as i nat says that .Porrugae**,
would aacrittaing
emiaaary And tool laid. Tb effect will be that there will ratifications of this and the Sttes.JAMES'GADSDEN. n
of
the White House ; he 11..turned never treaty, remaining United natural in that tua in Springfieidd 000" ia Jacksonville, who
ia back and be ,accumulation of soot io that three millions as soon the u oar own nap ore kavr
as thefislad
laboring 'for a hire. A. any chimney boundary line i his. the have mnigratedo&n TlUdeiraC I I
too, any) whig of good personal a character general rule, The philosophy is.thai stated: The salt in shall be surveyed, marked and establish MANUEL DIEZ DE BONILLA, I L. may speculative recover opinion"of our endonng They.We aa hone sober and bjdotrriou* ,

confirmed stabihty of principle, is to be and I he portion of mortar which U exposed absorbs ed. JOSE SALAZAZ YLARREGUI, .i.] ', we believe, state it well'ascertained\ _circumstance people, and' already lent $ la_assist 1:
a.a "
erred! to MJ democrat whatever pre. : tnoiiture. from the Atmosphere every damp ARTICLE: IV. T. MAO MONTERDE, [ that .1 soms'of'tbeir friends iii_ 1taie &, t.reach;. '
who
jot already proved himself his iotn has 'day.: .The, toot; that becoming, .damp,. ((all The provisions of the 6th and 7th articlesof the said treaty, aa &e.and-the areoftener .ol r hlmett any re.met thiicooatry. .. .. .. 5-
La 4
tiu. metal I would therefore, with'to be. down to the fire-plape. This appears to bo anEnglish the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo having has been duly ratification ratified oa of both the acne parts have, this heroic defenders.Quarterly Re now. o or I Eco ori5 time -,
been rendered for the respective
: discovery. nugatory, most part by I .
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&:::: .- __- Lfl ; faithful,;: tie peril eaoU drm ThU U all quite r4atn>!ble, and to tb6ee who are"ecu- Hon to Oon reM, ft'pbetifc wBrb'hSTliaa held for the : The fj1i1.i; : :

;1c.ttb to fureake n*f Why thrust cenettr* npon our Pierce tent with sophistry and l humbug,may have very much last two year withered* to himself) and bonoi tip The, Sentfnel a wonderfully profuse In ks seal to ConOOJ;N. H, Julj6. Thi debate on tna V*"
his SMe. lIe will uppvrtofibe briibus resolutions was continued
all the
/ ifnnderstood that Senator from afternotB
auociaiei wberi the "demonstration but hare *whig JCentoetTj
appearance real fact
aud and their
our Doughua, patriotic oat A Bootion to substitute series of
Democracy of Columbia. ? a resolution T
.
yTVl! : --- --'- com
.. ,
'- : --- '- will tumble the wfcole fabue into moved to bara'th* provision ioMitcd itf thijliebraa* "
to sn: re us they.nobly hazarded their own high for ruine. It is very o/ird.That; thie coortotiwj highly a>pr re I he tingSbe Whig to tbejcinef1es of their '

TALLAHASSEE: tunes I I cannot bat believe that tbe "people of our* true as stated that the whig and.abolition rote "combined" COns of our late Senator Reprcetntttivea lli-n: ka bin for thai repeal of the Mtseoori eoBprtanse.aid l8tss rwelwiw JKj.1*

': LM State, whigs u well as democrats,too jnet and generous in all theft' ,, JStatt*. iuit grtater :.tJLtn the Robert Brown, Herod Ranlenon and Wra H. Eo thereupon the organ claims the whole aa Ike bij th.principle jTomnlgated in 1850 by the Honne, rf*

1854.TERM3. 'friends will hesitate long Democratic vote given to Gen. Pieroe eodie thousands sean(.and lioder them onrthantstr their tfScientacd platform," and charge the Flo'iiam with "sUafcq efaritig against the introduction of slavery into fr
Saturday, July 29, thus to serve their real by CutfafU ditcharge of duty_ X territories, and of erect ing any territory without ?

=--- -- ____________ before'; they will'yield to the persuasion* of whig leaders but the editor )has overlooked ooe importflni cvosiderntion V V whig thunder," t
;ij' ; : .-Tlirc* Dnuars per annum.if paid in to pursue a course so impolitic and suicidal. in his calculation. It to happens that the Communication from the State Begister "They (the democrat) stole from the whigs the thunder second resolution deprecating the repeal of theij

,; Jt.t !?.i :_.s; n-Ua'V'*: $3 50 if paid within) six months of the time It is imt to be supposed that Southern whigs will free States do not rote io the aggregate on any qnw of the compromise of '60, why should they not ri Oompromue. ww passed,yea* lfi6.Eays IlL
; ef uVcribing :nn J 4 00( at the end of tho Adtrti The following letter from the Register of Public Tb third etoWtion. appr viug the connect Vaod
< year. longer afliliitte with Northern whigs. The former dare tion, whether in the election of a President or the Demolition teal from them the glory of the repeal of the Mia* Morr
4 emejiU, One Dollar pri>q\iareof 12 linos/or/ first, Land!*.' D.S. WAIK KnqJia8 been handed to us lCitt.ridg. ipCocgres ; It'0t'E ifl.t
j5.44; : ':;.;t -HI fifty Cents for nil Mib pquent inncrtioim. An- not act with the Iattfnr riucc the Nebraska vote in' of democrats. They rote in their' separate, intimation relative to the touri restriction of 54 IT Renlly this is rich-decided- the Nebraska tiliwu: passed yeas 1 oA najsYlV1TbefoiJTtS

>; Tij.jiv'ementH of candidate Fite D l'nrs ench.airr.wto Congress, they see that this would be to surrender everything. sovereign capacity,and when their Tote in this separate for publication. The given Ij rich. Will the Sentinel Ml na how great it the disapproving th'e course of Messrs.WUmCT

t'f'lMtr. sQfclffeU ,.. !>. pr.M in adrritirc. Kelijji' OLifuarjnndMar- What, then will they dot Form a sectional capacity it examined, the boinbuggery fof the condition of the Internal Improvement Fund the number lure the Northern whig party is entitled in this and Hibbard,wa also earned.* s
f: Ntc'i.tlt lines will be d of acres sold, the price acre,the amount received Southern Whig quote toe abor
l.i < exceeding 12 publi-b per did paper
, t.vs&'x'Vi' party f They are too fresh from quoting the Sentineft demonstration" is at-once discovptetJ crop of"glory T How many'votet they give t t- u
'crf ificat-e* of the puMi'-atic'n of <- and the amount of band will doubtless
C.\ piitji f 7IO ei on that the iorthsrxa..D.userste
fiisi tht r legal notice of any descriptiou will be given warnings of Washington to undertake that But By looking at the figures, the editor will eee that the money How much aid did they render I Would there haw V .are _
be to the of the State.
interesting people
; : ;. ; until the advertising fee io paid.DEMOCRATIC what cle can they do t If they still hold out in opposition abolition and w big vote wa greater than the democratic been any "glory" at all had the repeal depended upon with the Northern .Whigs on the tlarer/

r'. :- -- -g ____ to the democratic paitv, in whose- ranks, vote in ONLY rot R STATES to-wit : Connecticut, their votes ? But how many vote did the South- But they forget to tell their readtrt rthtt thts,
STATE REGISTER'S OFFICE, ) Vat W -
: ) MEETING North as well as South, are found true national men, Ohio, Massachusetts and Vermont These were the TALLAHASSEE, July 1, 1854.PC ) trn whigs give i Xint in the Senate and fourften Nebraska resolutions were

devoted to the constitutional rights of every section 01 Jy Stiite", as shown by the vote in 185, w here a in the House, all told Twcrrr-TnKtx Totes, and butftbat,in the words of an exchange, the body tbroegH

.Ijz. The Democrats of Leon Count arc of the country, they cannot escape the alternative of combination between the whigs and free toilers conlj his Excellency, JAKES E.BECOME, nothing shorter, while the poor democrats could only whish tbe jdid pass cootaioed a Whig amid Trctsoil.majority. .

4 rC(1ICStC41| to meet at the Court House either clinging to the Northern w bigs or formipg a sec have beaten the democratic party. In the other twelve, ('oternor ef Florida. muster TWENTT-BIX in this Senate and jnxmr sisr in In the Senate which was Democratic,the:

iu Tallahassee SATURDAY the tional party. I submit whether either of these will be there being sixteen free States in all, the democrats Sit:-I have hal the pleasure to reeeiveyourcom- the House to Tote the same way I Only OKI BCMDKFD resolution did not and could not pass-mark that iTo
on
munication dated SOb May, in which ark me to
desirable) tolerable able with the and ab-- you democrats of show more fully the anti-democratic character ct
or so long as there ate men enough were not only to cope" w big* AND xwEXTr-Hvi mrr-iicnr
.. tth to fill the i' inform -" 1st How much laud hat been located
August
vacancy on of the North stauditig with us, as democrats of that olithmiets combined," but the same figures show that I you whom happened to be from the North, to TWESTT- these resolutions, i it is only, oecesaary to look at tL

, rk1:1: their ticket occasioned by the declination section did hi the late severe contest over the Nebraska their vote actually exceeded the vote of the others in under the grant of 600,000 acres, made to this State | THREE whigs, with not a Silver Grey or WoolyHeadin last, which denounces the conduct of Harry Hibbsrd
the Federal
of Maj. Bcrrt1.L bill, to aid in maintaining and preserving the rights each State by majorities varying from 400 to 10,0001 l Jby Government for purposes of Internal I the crowd !-and yet the democratic scamps are and others in voting for the Nebraska bill NowMr
Improvement 2d. How much of said land has been
-- -- of all tiu ler the Constitution. Iu the sg.regatetbeir vote in these twehe State ; trying to steal from the whigs *the GLOST of the repeal Hibbard was the candidate of the Democratic caucus fcr
[ sold3d.. What has been the i
I. PAPER FOR THE CAMPAIGN.l AB I shall seek before' the efceticn toatldrcss the larger exceeded that of the whigs and abolitionists: together What. of sales has been average price ; 4th.- r The audaeiousrobbersbow, dare they I-. Senator, aod a vote denouncing him could hardly Lavf
portion collected
5tli. What
., :; : : ot portion of my fellow citizens fully on these and such by more \\anforty\ thoumntil Now, here's a dem amount mains in notes ami and bOnds ;urui.hlected We don't at all wonder now that tbe central organ come from a party which baa endorsed hie coarse by

: 4 .j 4r L .d ;i- The FtontPjJLN: will Le furnished during the other questions as may be prevented I will not further onstration" for the central organ-one which not only mid when due Cth. What ia the pronounces the 58 Northern democrats as corrupt, tendering to Lisa Ha nomination for United StaUaSeo,

: ek: prient oampstgu, ami up to the 1st of Xovi mlnr. for extend these remaiV I shall have occasion also places him "flat of his beck," but reverses the "Juoin'be \alue of the Internal; Improvement average lauds appraised '| and dooms" them to death, since they bare the mean a(or. The opposition will certainly have to look sornt

5 '.. ,. ,. FIFTY CKXTS. This lull Lately cover cwt. Cart I I to epeak to them of the action of Congress upon has prepared for the noble struggling democrats nusold." remaining ness to fttal the whig glory !P hero else for proof to bear out their assertions against

,) .' in all cntee mutt accompany order_ ?. [ meneures of local interest to the Stjte. Though nothing who are now alone battling in the froe States against In answer I have the honor to that of time 00- Seriously there not something sublimely ridiculous Northern Democrats. Tbe Florida. Sentinel m vjy

.a final has been done far the fell designs of the Opposition Party, led as that say, in nil thin balderdash of the it of these facts had aa well correct its statement t
no the rail-rond) bills I Can
----- --- ----- __ __ upon organ hope
f4.4 ---____________________ 'X>0 acres of land to which Florida became entitled
:. Tihich I have urgently sought pas, but which have party is by the "higher-law" mane the lisinsr Lope by such trumpery to keep out of view its owa. out- the Legislature of New Hampshire has repudiate]
tr: Annthcr number f cm "Gad len" i* iu ban, nnudir the act of September 4th, 1841on her ai'mis. that
Sentinel's the NebraskaBIL' If the editor of print
tie
Cuffs 1"
beeu drTayedliy obstruction* no member could control, of the house of Taking own ion ragetni course towards those Northern democrat wuo
Ltit was received Jo late f i .: paper. to inform his readers be tell them
ni"de of p.tt1t1tP the submit correctly tisi
chootn
r then i ia now a good proepoct that a measure better qtcbtioti, we and without whose aid the Missouri restriction never would

; ,. tar. We are- under many=- oMIj'ati'--- Ullauoiy > SeRati. for Flotid.i and more a crptable to her people will that the editor is left without a peg on which to hang, been approved.located The remaining 187,161 acres bevel have been removed? Or does it expect to conceal the one branch of" the Legislature of New Hamfwa/rp

feta copy of tbe T. S.CtnmiIlcportif) IW) become a law before the fe8'ioii close Thi ia the and! he mutt, then fore, hunt up nome other excuse I by the State, but have not yet been ap } fact that its candidate fur Congress claims no share the Whigs and Free-soilers being in a majority,*has
proved the
United
'- t -ain frtrlh* f-ittpartof the Patent Office Report infci'iie known r.s Mr. Hunter' bill. It 1ms piuwl for warring upon the democratic party, ant) pcrne c-th- long been by before Stat the(', thoighajiplicatinushavc) itj the glory," having already placed the opinion on -repudiated the Nebraska Bill," bat that in tie other
pending
: .r mode by which to demonstrate" that 'Demrcraeyis proper department at that there at this time" for branch, where the true Democrats were m the major*
f ,: .;t.r1.i cf Jtr-S; K-ltttmgt.i- the Snnte, and) I trn't will speedily pace the \Vahmugton. recent was no necessity

C- -. house in which lioJy it hall have my warm support. defunct throughout the Union ns well \Vliig"ry.." Aftir the the introduction of the measure, and furthermore that j| ty, the Bill ws not repudiated. Moreover,I if tlie ed-

i The Meeting Next Saturday. It' [>ro\isions embrace the graduation principle, some | But we smuggest that) it would te ninre iiiRnly! in Mr. swamp WtlN Hft, wa I look passed in 1650 I authorWd it oiigitialed from a source (Senator DOUGLAS not i itor would be still further just, he ought to add that
Henry to
., The Democrats c-f the County \\ill pennit us jo aifltr of the features of the homestead principle grants for J him to throw off all disguise nt once and piocl.iim; lila at Washington Out] to withdraw.iver rny such anplications the- Senator DIXON) so suspicious" as to make it look I in the "Legislature of New Hampshire"as in Congress

: : 4 remmd them of the n.ceting nt-xt Batr.rday. called railroad purposes more favorable for Florida, I be real position to the patty whose month p'ece he is.- Htate WOuld get node that net. Deduct what he at will like a trap trtfor the South by cunning politicians, very one who voted to "repudiate the Nebraska BiJT

,. ;4tw- to fill llm vacancy noxv exiting on flair ticket. Fcll' )) liev, than tlwse made under the syi-tcm heretofore Being determined to contribute towards destroying probably withdraw and what the Department will for their own selfish purposes !1" Surely the man was either a Whig or a free-toiler, while every one of

those Northern Democrat", nrry-ncnT in nnnibrr niu-t be daft who calculates to his readers those who TO ltd againtt repudiating that measure
all of which it will be privilege humbug
jeTnera d prevailing
w want the my
1 1' '; Mou_ to carry C >unly pioteMy reject, and I expect we will yet have to locate

drtyou Want men hi LcgMatmc) who Trill rt-flect IKroafter to ex|>Iiiin tt largo to the people, when I who e votoj> Rctnally repealed the Mi--sfuri Ti"trit'tn' about tlrirty! or forty thousand acres. I am in- by prating after such a fashion about whig glory," was a Democrat, and that therefore, to none but Democrats

l by impeaching their motived find) dooming" them with euch small tan the South now look for aid to retain theNebra'ka
: your wiehes by sending to the United States Senate phall also have opportunity to explain my action ]1 fortne'd that surveys are shortly to be made in the Indian an infuiitesimally amount of capital

T rtfeieuec to other bills of interest to our State or to without n woid of prdt ft. it wr.tild be infinitely more to go upon, and such evident desire on the part of its Bill among the statutes of 'toe hod. Now
4 t *-n'< your on Lllh-one \vb ) M ill eland by a rrewdcnt country ;in South Florida, and it important that

who bn *toad by the South? If vou d.! mauifestrocr imlividual thereof. honorable, etfnd of this fighting tinderji bn-h, to our locating agents should the candidate to gtt "duet"of all the glory" by shifting we ask ttat press,in viewer the put and present position

*; iuteitet and Your Ob't. Servant, acknowledge himself boldly as part and parcel <>f the accompany surveyors it to the shoulders of those who did the Toting and of Northern Whigs and Democrats on this qn stion -
by comitig out as-ittiiig to perfeCt so as to have the first choice of the new lands. I trust
t tii-ket You have three and A. E. MAXWELL. Grrat Opposition Pa,ty. This is in effect hi.prfitionv therefore fighting, and who are therefore"entitled to Ac credit. ,if it is Eocett enough to admit thist While tls
.
-t-1.. your already good true we shall soon learn from the Commissioner
and thprcf.Te conjietency demands that he ?h >ud! emulate Even the editor himself in the column central Whig organ is evidently so tickled that tWO
t in the field To Messrs. R P. WARDLAW, M. A. LONO and IIAAeNi adjoining contradicts
iff. -:: *? men -another i is needed, and it in for ymit e>f the CJtncral; Land Office, how much we shall yet
the sot him the Louisville Juitrnol, himself the "the last good and true men in New Hampshire were kept out
-}. vt' ** signify; who) he klall 1 be. Will \uu doiti i Let iIA? Comrnittoo. example by have to Lx-ate. by calling measure
another of the Southern organs but wh" e editor, bantling of the administration* and then informs his of the U, S. Senate by a coalition between Whigs, aohtionists *.-
l, .x tour presence, one and all, on Saturday 1* the an- Prior to the 23d November, 1850, when I tank
T< 'corning pretended friend1ip! when none i f<-U. and readers that this "bantling" wa "crushed beneath : Burkites and Free-so3eia, will it have tie
We The readers of the Florida Sentinel onnnot Jail to
.wr, J repeat what \v< fd r J the mnnifotcd that sheet di-xlnining to tab in the dirk, proclaims to" alt thi my pre the iron heel of fnnnlM-ism" in the New Hampshire I grace to concede that none'but Democrats hare tteodnp
'nih l
'> : be speeches m.vle on lh<- oocasion, and rouvt.Ling perceive great nnxicty by dtce *.r of lands belonging to the InUmal Improve*
>? ., i woild"So Legislature Oh Consistency -what a jewel thou to the right in that Stt Fand that as a
ecateqactes
X. mnke it that the Democratic is dis.nolird -
.. j ] )be taij, no doubt, woitli Ixariug. to appear Party tent, 11,439 20-100 acres, for 11,930 59, being an

C'! :..N and dead. They may inquire" Why I Is this 7'I f far n? slavery! is concprneil, we have incomparably of.one dollar and fonr mills acre. art I every feeling of patriotism. love Southern rihta,
average
coutldvuce in northern titan per and hatred of the fanatical who would seek to'
< more biggfrtn we gang
5 ; Mr. Maxwell's JVhy this apparent desire to impress the cofcntry Between the 23d November 18GO and the
3Ut
Acceptance. ,
? / -. have in northern demoemoy. We hare (m abiding Acceptable PresentsBy over-ride the Constitution and reduce the South to a
S ; We received by tbe mail yesterday the fcIowingi 4. with the idea that that party i is no more!1" The en trmt that the mats nf tit* northern vhig ptrty trill October, 1552!, :hi date of my first report, I sold pf
the communicanion from the late position of inferiority, demands that ice, whose
following rights
.. swer is obvious, and is to be found in the well-grouu- the Cun'titttticn. edi. :
.j.p:. correipondencc: never y'rptrOte anyoit'ia% vpon l nds belonging to this fund, 45,171 60-1> acres, fur'SZ,3'i5
j -. *- M ; dad] fear with whkh all the party hacks"are at pre the Ian, rr tf rifhtt of property. We prrfr the 19-luO beinan of 1 89 thin of the Sentinel it will be seen that Mr. Cussf are involved in the struggle, should not only sympathize

** -" J*** MADISON C. II, FIA, July) 10, 1854.lion. eat neized, that if they admit the fxis'erjce! of the Dt m tinrntph of the nnrtlnrn vhiijs wiih the rtp'ol of the average per acrurBetween still; takes an interest in his Florida friends an well with them but should unite our destiny with
the t I st October, 1S52 and this date
\tlfa I A. E. MAXWELL nccde that there buttwi
erratic
: : Party, they thereby arc vith; the tent notary itiaintfiiatice oj'the.'tLiakalav 1, 1S51.) I have sold 69,490 98-100 acres for 8121717 ,- believe have been
4 Dear Sir; :-The uuJei signed have Wen appointed parties now dinputiug for the jioeseBsu'n of the ? we pretty generally received and
fi4-l 00, being an average ofl 75 acre. The of the Baltimore
per of the Washington correspondent
in the name recipients ( whom the Plo-
a Committee to iufurm of ijiinuiuiou* nomination Government-the Democratic Party and IHE orrotiifj i and above Imnul. There among
f Sr you your Tlii'Hiprti notliing
Add these amounts together, and it that the
< appears rldmn u included) we return all suitable acknowledgments. Sun, writing from the Federal1 City Jnly 20, sajw.
; :? *: '*1" by a Convention of the democratic {party of the \: \ TO IHAT PARTY Here N the true secret of all concealed, nothing covcit. There i 14 no attempt to whole number of Internal Improvement lands that The unanimous re-nomination for Congress of tie

/ State of Florida, as a candidate to the State the labored effiTls of the *Vwnrto bury the Democratic the of "dimnnn.atratiomi" .
represent humbug Whisjs Kentucky by puerile have been sold since the first establishment of this office
? *j BAT.TTMOHE present member from Florida, Mr.Maxwell, has
'. July 18th, 1851. pro
iti the of in the dishorwrable with "*
the United that
A .ff Congress States. party same grave that *' Democracy idefuiict : but a direct, is 78100 that the whole
126,191 acres- pric duccd great satisfaction here in Washington
; '.. ; ;: We ii ed not reiterate, but only refer you to tho action of the Whig Party wliich it is admitted is defunct." straightf>rward aJmi*ion of the coining conflict between Editor Meridian Journal'(: very ,
: been sold U
"j'j .. Tor which have f19,073 42-100'
they pKARSm :-Before I left Florida several of our where Mr SU dunng his short public career has earne -
of the Convention and the m.oting8 of th. people] fir if the Democratic Party be still upright and the the Noitlern d.mocrati j party an-1! the North-
and the $I 7 i
average price is per acre. mutual friends to and Bend to >l a high reputation in Congress, and a enviable
: : requested me procure very very
:rlriIs ; of the different OouuVier, a* expreKiro n f th. c tima- Whig Pm ty dead,\i bat follows) necessarily I Prtcisely em whigs-the issue to be the repeal <-r non repeal Ihc amount of bonds now in this office for collection *
his
them at the time reliable popularity colleagues.
; tion ia which ficnices bdd what have said obuvcl There txii-t Lut two proper some Cabbage seed. among
past we can
your are byyourcon- of the Ncl-rafika ]law-and the editor of the Joninal
i. H $ 2,03S 40-100' which ad.ledto the 922.145 14100in Accordingly, I forward to-day by mail, numbers ol Such testimony a* to the estimation in which Mr.
:: rUtucnts, and confidently the and belief jiartieg-the Democratic Party, based the constitution '
14i exptess hope upon lets it be known that his design is to his party
; ;. '' carry the Treasurer's Office,makes 94.183 84-100, which small packages of imported English seed, procured IT. is held in Washington, will be very gratifjinrfe
that future service will equally commaud their and contending for the cqu.ility of the States,
1. yonr in Kentucky to the side of the rcrwalers, to the
4 's3 array being deducted from the whole amount of sales, to- from an old importing houseju this city and upon that gentleman's constituent throughout the State,
cordial approbation. and the Opposition Party, seeking to override the C >nMitution whigs of bis"State with the OrroMiio.v. Tl.NUin
wit: 210,073 42-1(0aLows.thathg whole amount which I am assured the utmost reliance con be placed and particulnrlr to his warm personal friend of Wfiv
lI': : Hoping and fully expecting that your nomination and to subject the South to a position of inferiority effect, and to all! intents and the position of j jj
purposes that has been received in account of this Florida has
money on j I paid S3 00 per pound for them ; (a price which parties, than whom no man in a greater
? ..; ; may be followed iu due time by your triumphant re -the one embracing within its ranks the sound the whig candidate fr Congrc'- from Florida, and it .
: this date $121.889 69-100.
fund to
up u I I ought certainly to command the best article,) and shiJli number. .
: n..,. election to the officeyou ftt present no worthily fill),allow 1. conservative element of the Nation ; the other, l dby is precisely where tli< central organ u placing its par About one third of the bonds now on hand will be be much disappointed if these do not to be at

C-,. a us,on behalf of th* democracy of the Stt -, and "the rising hope of the house of Cuffy," and mad up ty. The first denounces the "fiource" of the author- ,due within one year from this date,another third in that quality. I am told seed will prove germinate. Hon- A. Maxwell, of FloridaWe -

for oureelrcs perennally, to ,'ii>h health and of Northu) Whigs, Abolitionists, rcn I:. Y you -gn ship >f the Nebraska (Senator ) as "tut- and the third in three
remaining learn
,
two years ; years. A great many friends in Florida used to interrogate are gratified to by n telegraphic despatch
*trcDgtb long to eerra your country. fouriciitet, iufiJ U, Jerry-rescuers, CLrietiaua- and then iiirinuatc3 that the whole matter Is democratic
/vV/owO The average value of the land yet to be sold it a- me about Cabbage growing. I am far from being an from Savannnb Georeia, (but at a eonwn.

lUipectfully, your ob't serv'tf, murderers, and all the odJn and ends, North and a hap tit for the South by cunning politicians for bout the same as that of (lhc e already sold. intelligent gardener but mode of tion held at Madison, Florida, on Monday, the lOtL instant
| operations was
B. P. WARDLAW, ) South, cf every tail and faction uudtr the sunl- their own selfish 1"- lie tl latter (the my the Hon. A.E. Maxwell was unanimously nominated -
;.: '.... 4. W. A. LONG, V Committee The editor of lite cential u not prepared to purposes Having fully answered, I remain your Excellency'smost briefly this : I sowed early in August, and thereafter fcr re-election. This is a tribute to the pnbUe
organ ] iu the covert stab of iU
Sentinel) silently acquiescing
t ISAAC NATHANS, ) obcditut servant, D. S. WALKER, about once a month so as to keep a constant supply services of Mr.Maxwell in the present Congress TtiJrli
,.J' join the one, and his dread of public npiniou will! not candidate increases the effect of the blow himself faitifcl
by pronouncing was richly merited. He has proved a
!?JJryiiter f Public LucL.Land '. of plant on band during the Fall and Winter months,
; permit him openly to avow himself with the other.- he Northern supporters of the Bill as a set representative and he now has the satisfectra to

; ; ; ,j#.; -3.:. WASHINGTOS, July 21, 16$4. What does he do Why, in effect k allies Lino4ehf corruptiouiiU bought with federal apd then beyond which my experience went to show it was useless know that his constituent appreciate his fidelity.-*
1t' Irereired money Graduation Bill- to them. Sow the seed
x:- your favor of the lOlh transplant very thinly Wath. Union.
%ith the but endeavors to throw du-t in
Opporition the
dooms them advance to of the
in8t. this rnoruing. Accept my tliaaks for the in vengeance whigs The bill introduced by Senator Hunter some time l in shallow drills, upon nicely pulverized and rich toil
very
r the of his readers by crying out that there M ask
Now
eyes and abolitionists we What is the difference
Liud U-rms in 'nlich you commuuieftte to me the action back, (referred to by Mr. Maxwell in bit letter and, alter they are covered press the earth compactly roa. THE rtoaiDUx A JOCBXAI.MR. .
; now no democratic party proper, and yet iu every article in effect between the Louisville Joanna these
f41.. *, of tire Ocruoeiatic Convention at MaJUon. To and in another column.) graduating the price of the pub upon them with the back nf the shovel or hoe. The EDITOR :-" Leon's attempt at a reply to ipy

that action, na relating to myself, I can make no re he contradicts LiniAtlf by making war upon leaders of the FloiMa Whigs ? Can any be ee-a f 1.-. tic laml. wa adopted by the Senate on the Sift, ana first sowing in August should be carefully shaded stricture on an honest confession,' in time last number
1 Such is the fate of those
1" tl at party always The aid and comfort the
very one gives openly- others by
4 4 0 cponr* sufficient to express the deep Muse of obligation ) substitute for the homestead Hill, by vote of 38 from the midday sun, and well watered daily, unless of your paper is emphatically a labored eflort at
who to principle. As aeample < flh
prefer policy iuuenJo insinuation and the motives
under which tt places roc. Though I have striven by by attacking to 11. Its provWon* * .. reasoning by wLkh the Whig organ shows KH owniocouwsteDcy of the Northern democrats-but the effect is the tame,
earnestly and with honest to discharge or any wWtc person 21 years of age a homestead event in a Florida August an answer to a single argument advanced by me. and
purpose every the time demonstrates"the
nnd at same
and of each
amid the would to
,. o : duty of my present pieiCon, I tad scarce hoped for And buiiJ of the Democratic tendency object seem of 160 aenn at 25 cents per acre, but if the land Having your plants under way, at leisure go on to although be deal extensively m bold assertion*, not
death aity, \\e be the If correct in this anti think
iit4.; such approval it is convoyed by an unanimoiM nomi. same. we are we have been in market CO years, at 12J oents per ac e. make your beds ready for transplanting. Lay then a parade of proof doe he adduce to sustain his petitions.

.*, nation f e4 -ck'Ctwn nnd iti ii the m.r gratifying quote the following: our inferences arc legitimate, we ask if the central eir- The S-ites are entitled tn pre-emption for purposes off with A line three feet each way, and dig bole at the 1 confess I am at some loss at what point to
;
: -fl.. "But this we do know that there was a day when is not bound to stand out iu the light of day, and ofwheat"
gao effusion. The
hi "grain
: because giren epontaneously and generJusly.! If ]I of internal improvement, taking the lands at the grad- intersections, say a foot square and deep. Into these commence a notice of *
a gr at Democratic party exfclrd in this country if I let it be fully known what hii object is I If it be designed M which H
in and the chaff" today ,
4' I could not with 'dcc.'itie of least uutwd price according to the time they have been holes put a small shovel full of the richest and strong 5 is so small,
KO
were deposed, propriety not on a conjmon platform principle, at m a
I.. tho honor thue tendered me. co operation of antagonistic imi at ftatcd period*.- to carry the Wliigs of Florida over bodily to market-if under five years at 51 per acre : over five eat manure you can find (guano and the chemical manures buried cover it BO effectually, that hi is only with

'- 'I,' Ooce more, then. I eliall go bof;r. the people or! But th.-se times have gone post, there i is now no Democratic the ranks of the Opftion! it is due jo them that they years, 75 ceutu per acre ; over ten years, 60 cents of course, excepted.) and then,covering this ma. difficulty it can be discerned. The opinion"exprieMJ

part N"w for the sake of the argument be fully apprised of the direction in w hicli they arc the which the whig
proper.
rkuida to ak their declaration of the principles audI l jwr acre ; and over twenty years, 25 cent Another fluTe slightly with earth to retard evaporation, your by m* a. regard principle by
the democrats
that
will admit the
we as assert, tending. There arc very many intelligent Wings, we provision gives the States the privilege of taking all beds are in readiness for transplanting. The best time party Is at present maintained a* a distinct organuatioo -
the policy best suited to their wfolica and itili >.!*,- Whig party is disorganized, it iscnaLleof) dtmonotration -
!d ) To tnem Wongs the snjx-ii-ir privilege of inwking the that a Democratic party at the Noitli would be know, who utterly repudiate the course of the organ, the land upon the same terms as individual settlers- for tha first transplanting I bare found to be during is pronounced *o a absurd and ridkulou,as to

unable with combination nf the but there are others who draw their weekly food from refutation" but we a i not shown whereat
potitimi our State thall take. To them will be subluitleJ wholly to cope a Whig except in cases of homestead. the Septembet rains which occur about the 20th.- need no
: and freesoc'l vote. The vote in the last Presidential its columns-honest, well meaning citizens, who the its lies. Every one at all familiar with the
the differences which call into the field opj os- tlectKHi in the free States i in suflicietit to this themselves to be deluded This is certainly a most important measure, as it Then transplant in the holes leaving young plantsconsiderably absurdity
suffer into
prove the belief -well that the great
know
ing candiJates for Congress, and by thtm will Le given fact. Iu those States the vole for Gen. Scotland that __ promises greav benefits to the bind Status and takes below the level of the earth around them politic of the country, very

the dccic to Us obeyed. What are Uunc differucc for Hale combined, i ii* greater than the vote for Gen. that every thing is moving on swimmingly that the from Congress a bone cf contention, fruitful of many and when once they have taken root there is no more issues which once divided the two parties are now BO

tr. g 4 <- I TLc democratic party lias honored me as itt4c Pi rce. This fact nt once settles the question, that only friends the South now has in the North can be evils. It is to ba hoped that the bill will paes the to bo done except to go over the bed) occasionally longer dteeuaMd. The whig no longer stand forth u
the and Abolition vote of UN tree States swept by the board, and yet the rwExrv-THREK Southern tariffs United
Whig put a
weeds. The mini will advocate of high protective
it clear of the *
with bee to
keep
standard bearer and the big's have, or will) have, nnolher loose before the seaaionc1ae.AppropriaUons *. a
; th. is than time Damoerati. i
tog r stronger party *,or iu will be
Congress ties
whigs amfysuuiejt..g to to
save fill the boles around the plants, so that States Bank,iIe. Their views with reference
: for their. What diviJcfl them 1 This qut ton was in its palmiest dajs. We are arguing on Democratic gradually up

4'; _&Il.t1 .. in invested with unusual importance at this time, more afif>ettion that the National Whig party is dead the Constitution aud the Union! All this these simple for Florida- when they begin to head, and even at maturity, but matter have long ago been demonstrated and admit'td

j.nrticulu3y to t1e Southern people, and n few \roidfItvre and that the Northern Wliigs ant AboliUouiKto have nouls drink iu with neatly evary ioeuseof the Fcnlinel, We learn by private letter from Mr. (lAxwzu. that little of the stump will be visible ; and they will be by themselves to be Incorrect, and they have quietly -
&:'c united. If this IMJ as they would have it, it takes no never once dreaming, because their Magn\t* Apollo the the democratic
the not Lc for Florida contained found to have but a sm/dl stump, with a great many submitted see theoryof
:. ,: on euljcct may aniis Solomon to sec that Democracy is doomed in the free has not ventured to distuib their slumWrs that the the following appropriation are
: : Th democratic party in on its old, will liiod plat States, and furthermore it is defunct throughout the in the Light House Bill which passed the Houto onhe lateral roots. la thia way, by the middle or last, of party a* to the proper mode of oodoct g the gorernment
t- of the fanatics
: South is at the and nothing -
mercy can do AH the old issue extinct
(irm. Your Couvcntrou rrenguizcJ it an still ttand- Union aa well as Whiggcry. IStii. Mr.M. writ a that the Bill will pact io November yon may have cabbages fit for use, and by put jnte'practice. are
to herself without allies in
protect the free States-
jag there. The principles of that platform have fur- This It a most novel mode of" demonstrating that the Senate: continuing to sow and transplant at proper interval, and no new onee hare been brought forward'
Is not the central bound
organ we say by evcryjrhl- all the time to the last of April, nn- both partie*concur as to the ee* tial elements reqnii-,
nisbo'l the measures that constitute the existing policy "there k now no Democratic party proper. The astute the wclion of light-boose rind beacon-1igbt; obtain plenty up
ciple regard for the true interests of Uie South, to For a and of tA Jovwernment
of the governments uud l give lo our country iU wonderful editor first admits litre it a Democratic patty, to serve as a range for the channel across the bar in Isis the winter should be more than ordinarily severe. ite to ensure the success prosperity {
the of bit this
HJJg.Sft prosperity. D imocr.ii then, have no reason but foreseeing that it will be unable to "cope" with pen yes party on subject I It the >laee of the present light-house at the mouth of St Among a people who think so much of ham and This cannot be controverted. Tien why a
elitoq let the tmth be
afraid to known t It he fear- Johu'a river addition to the balance of tbo this will be light eonsideratjn.I still cherish their old bitterness of feeling
to change thtir poMtion, but on the contrarytliey find the Whigs and Abolitionists combined,he leaves them m appropriation greens no V it the whig
lul that be shall not succeed iu keeping his party on approved August thirty-first, eighteen bunIred apology fqtnot prepaying postage) on still biodl
,. l much them uitb and satheeLion. and buries them without ben fit of owe an toward the democrat ? What principle
in it to Inspire) prideTlicy their fate
to clergy, the of the site and thai will be, the number I
f t. the fide of the Opposition, lithe masses are told that and fifty-two, for preservation the packages of seed, t teat
*>ee epii&ging (turn their principles the measures even when there i h life eoongh kit in their liodics to the South muxt have allies in the North,and that these winch is hereby made applicable to the some objects, bar for warded. them together as a party, except opposition ? the*

t1 that rccogniee the equality of the States, and ektablish enable them to give the Whigs and Abolitionists some allies found no vhtre. in fifteen thousand dollar Very Respectfully. Yours, JOS. CLISBT. cratt And what reason can be assfened
are
fJ 0 t jutlico and equality) 1ietve u the people of differ most lusty kick i Now really, had not the editor as except the Democratic Fur rebuilding on a proper site, and elevating and C. E DTK, Esq. opposition to democratic men and .measure, otbrt
Tart j I It would seem to from the studious care ta refitting with the most approved illuminating apparatus Win --ftM-
Uulon. wealth well wult until the MtuethiU tiow) that "a Democratic th-mthat are damocrst*I
ent sections: of the Tfey aoe ,strength they
) thaua
; ken to keep the pcopWun the dsrk. Bit we u.lialt the lighthouse at Fensacola, twenty-five Columbia County. V
t-I the bole iu the at the North would be wholly unable to enust I
; growth and rtoww fur country practice party cope tee bow Uw editor tuocecda. The bent laid eliein and dollars. x -
with combination of the and free-scii vote !" for the St. John's bar and two The "Whig of Columbia County met at Providence to awwerthatportion
of thtir finth; mndtnot ttan this, thty tee thei ein a whig For buoys river, I deem t* altogether -oecr.sary
) roire
and the South. The general policy It strikes us that this would be the better Course, ando of men tint gang aft aglec and| we are' quit thousand dollars. on the 15th, and nominated CoL A.J.T. Wright for -Leon* which refer to the soil and eli*
; frr peart ta/elyfttr certain that the M day October will show. the with the most
to and approved
ftttiag
For elevating
and Elias
and Jos. 1L Hull Gotten for B*
and Kansas Territories.
conducted 'u uch we dare will it kliike all sensible Whig ) the Scanty Nebraska
us cay Am
of the Government, u wow eftbe
editor thai hit" BcLeiiio is not one of the exception nominating apparatus the light-house tower at Cape mate
they vith it, and they are ouutent. Iu UM meiuitime would it not. be wicer to give to those Florida, fineen thousand dollars. the Uouae. These ,whigs aeernod t to we very little infcrm* that if H t H MIe.rimedoftheirclinmati

I k' What leail the whigs of Florida to re assert the old Northern Detnnentii who have to cope with a combination The-V For completing the beacon ou Rebecca shoals, five about the nominee for Congress the Whigs of Gads and soil be free,s1aery l ma not profitable timere/ bet
in
.4. ,, principle t'< their party, and to renew their devotion of llio Whig and free soil %'('te" our sjmpatliics Meeting Colbt.We thousand dollars. Jem and Leon. They did sot eves so much as notice be fail* to make his readers acquainted withl1
Warn (rein the AUigaV Adueiliter efSatn'rday Wert harbor and approaches
';r -. : ftireio, is oppeMd to tbe present state nf tilings ?_ and plaudits, rather Uw du aa the &ntiet indoinj that a Democratic Convention was held that- ,For ono Iron thousand buoys fire for hundred Key dollars. bipa M their proceedings, but expressed their desire tore of the information in his possesMon; and Vas

.. I Surely they do not bepe to retire those exploded give aid and comfort to the enemy by pronouncing town on the 15th irwt, to aominate candidates m the For a small beacon-Htfbt ecar on Fort MeRea, for State Convention, and theo reeocmjeoded the the testimony that has presenttd toelf to me| *

measures, such as a proUetiM Uriff, a BauV.'eud t let rxnrhirve the mode and Legislature from C.Jtjmbla. Hr. J. 8. Jones'was For two krg lieu buoys for ren acol& bar, one with the ethers suggested by the eooeerned shall not eo* 1
like, whicli the South long siece eeascd to favor. If Out iu manner by chosen for the Senate, and Josiah T. BaJsdaa and that bedy, along as the latter Territory t* I
thousand d liaa.
.,. .' ,;ff o, leathern rpeak out If Dot, kat uew thing; do which the Whig organ "demonstrates" the overthrow Garret Vinzant for UM lion,.. We regret to For day beacons and buoy, (o marie tbe ehoenal in whig of St. Joknv but among which the ex-Govern to take LennY mere ip szizit as snrIeee. '

e What fruit do and fidSl extinction of the Democratic Party. If we ix or's does cot 1 Tre-tntn-dnu enthusiasm 1 toorertkrowthe almost irreeit'presnptise1
they projxn e t new Ucy promiae from learn that Dr. Joaes, ia a letter wrrttea Apalauhicola bay and St Oeorge'a sound from c appear maki BO attempt

: ,_ i : thoM old f nui-iplwl; ) A. answer to these q'ieMiops are uot mistaken, we think we can slww! .that the editor the nominaiioti, declined, bit private aCwrt sibtrqtltto render Island light house, three] thousand five hundred dollars. While the central organ fa trying galvanize we; ariemg from the fret I tisented'

; iogtueh a step neiai. The otber feaf jnejl en For Uftjs in mark the bar at the northwest chaoe4 -
decide and the whole field of controversy lie say.It is eapable the nomination of GOT. Baxrwir has ) NebrasU $
,: ; j isee.ee diy are ssed) to to relieve the ticket are deservedly tMpolar.aaj will rrtauily of aod ia Tampa Bayrne thoflannd dollars. believe that '" in territory immedjadely adjoining 08totrengtben

:. whip fraM ttie euepktoB of ajaliag pposttioa for the of' d i>oBttnition that a DemecraUc party at be elected, if the dVmeerata do tfteir iraty. Mr:Bait- For a light-bouse 01 South-west Cape, west aide caused qoile fluttering among the -'untenrified, Kansas;and wrtsl he doe that, I do not feel called

: ;'jj afce .I.uoe. Intelligent wter will expect to the North wouLd b>vbelly) unable to eope with a den baa already been ia tbe Legislature, where be Appala'chee bay. fifteen thousand dellan. why'don'tittenHsreaetersoftbe "fluttering' among: mypwition by farther argum** j jtboogblfcold
; aed iVee sod For a beacon, buoy; or benoat' aa may be found tSonro A sowBfbeeoiaaiweemty.
4 UkldvWreui Iung M de.ian4 why it utha combination of Ux Whig rote. The the faitLful ia Columbia iyslffa w n tst4>
liimeelf /kithlul
proved aa iatelhgeot, member."Tbe most 'txpedient, to Oeklockooee eboal, five
is bmelf*felust policy MTc4etn the last Presidential leetion ia the free But "Leon" brf aheT 'Toa
t 'r Honda beeoagbt to array committee on Dominations wit to meet to-4Wll tboflsaoddoUara.Fer .. D caAOiA conespootket of the New *

.4 tiataiaed ty *emoer U, wbieb pcrieooe has States it tuflkieut to prove tilt fretIn these Stake the Taeancy caused by JV. Jooet insbdity acteptAmoBj day-mat kt, bsoya, anel stakes, to mark the Poat wriringr from Mkfcigw. says that nby these TeirHeri .will newer benefit the Sou

.. prorei to be viw, vtkjaA eueoeuful,and apst anas'tthjuttotbsSouUtrsstotbeCoU1te the r.te for Gee. Soutt and that for Hale combined, the very exjeetteut Resolnfioua abated%w bar sad channels V K of,the' St. Mark's river, dro doos- York Ewning atee.wifli< tbe xoeption of Mcnroe, time which jftnwouldbsofaYffY weigbt3th N!!tide'

j it greater thno UM vote tor Ota. iese. This fact and'ddlbira.: : in that htolfc-e. bat the
tktCo *ntion' we Mad the following: :: For a beomiljglit. to be placed as tne most oFgible DeeooT015t 'eeogoze, any man s.ca Democrat He convey the startling .

( ,, OB, tmflisctfng; u tke mainten) uco ef oe rigWi; and .
) ormwred front the Una of doty irj tb daaiora f foe* "tktu'Vottfoftbe/reeStatej pot together It stronger { that the Uon. A. E. Maxwell haa beea BOUInated to euaWTWieli t eotcr at eight. fire tboua cogiia sf oa.'wh* is)gsiast Neua.' l&I upa tooed ;

S. ; a '4 ibe' wild rTmgi of A ni4dX tbaj the democntie i is, or was ip its palmi t days.* by the PejnoeraUe aUat* CoawiUoa, fcr ie-elo- aid 4ollara.V win :

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i.e 1n.li" ik *" l V ch1Ee1* alareliolder would caYentftheFeBt&tesofl tHe subject Al j the Minouiri rwtric&si, and the wtablkhiucnt of nootuUrrraUon the issues so lately decided ia Congress, the exeit.. !! hodknow isa Mister to Plwicery'ff Bale.BY .

.fl TcrriO'ry tfhore there Jire twenty abolition- Committee wal'uppointed toi,on4er with Representative ,, ia the Ifebrmsk* Xaus WI.. Can AUJ ; mont was sojntensc as to 6tHrtj all decorum, arrest flAtterinjj Jveaaa. It ommeneea-aod piogie* so at anaemVbfleer7 late,
rirtae of defree >
?*''a one S(> ,tneniCT" Here llain ebave confLat ot.the otlier States oa this subject. Judge one doubt therefore M to which party at the North all legislation, and convert the federal council cLam inaiduoudtj, that ,ere on*-i aware of it, the Iaog y petuliie a OaidsdenOreuIt'Coutt.-wbwetn p tie!

; t* authority ns to the fact iu the case. Where. Spanldinf, Judge ProboBOJ, and Oen. 'Eo1dey, ad- Lbs South should attach thctnulTMl .HsvioS roo her into a !modern Bnfr rVn.* ffe'fce dioplay of political are frpm a heX msof to fold ti/rrrj prodacea;than aaudden to injlermationt eapnauit t awl)sbang i Q a* Southern Lifo Insnraoe* and Trait Company Jp epp)

-atbers l.i information I dt' not know, but Jro6 ed tho Convention in fdvor of the resolutions. doubt mys lf, d believing that duty to the Union, gtadiatioo aod bragartism. The South, both fdsr days or weeks, it la Mid,be nr she di d.of hasty plaman aid TboQoa Mills w defendant. e will .ex-

Ltn t" me that the following testimony, from the'constltction and my natire South, require of nTeto w'hijs and denj wats. irh a few ti wortby exceptions. CONSUMPTION. For all troubled witb-> cough or pose door at rmbfio pntcrr.tor cash beTe tft.Conrt Poq a
ar) -
i"tetn! ourcc fchowing quite n different state of afT Letter from Dr. FarkhilL to act as to atMtain them, I hate not hesitated to at .) rtnod bj ISrfr ris. sdiidd| ] by1 the earless ung complaint outside of, wit this, would refer Jndson's to the advertisement Chemical 'Extract the inetownofQulneywflbtnIgaIbonrs.nMooday. 7th day of August next, the Wlowjug described ***

that It? M'PP008 to exist, is snfficient t<> tach myself to that party which ia alone eapabl 'of band ofXarlhsrj, on the u LuntwortwwMchtesadtobcaceiton paper property, to-wit
f14 TrscAt-4.LA, July 20, 1834.ila. of Cherry and
fair! Rny mbd wluch: prejudice has jiot made Jmtotruto. -, Ecrroa : preserving th* right of all ed the" Tietorytbotprg VCof: natfcwiEty of thedemocratw"prt cure for"this awful disea e. Al
of Its inaccuracy. I extract lust J| Iflimdersisnd tile kise the' reat for all diseases of the aged about> 34 years ; Sarah, ajred nboqt'j? years,
Respectfully, (r position Bolni remedy "
I regret that I am trader the oece sity of again Also the following lands,to-wit: .

rcrhu) U' trticlc thnt o-inally appeared In the Agra.21AU asking a place in your columns. The manner in G. W. PARKHILL.P. whifth the Stjajin eadc yj priyir Florida have hair. -. The 5 E J of See 'lB.T 2. N of R' 2. tf; fteVjof

ftc ptittiahn i "Western Mifsauii : S. Will the editor of the Sentinel m a matter of ever pretended to ooropy,ItU that of opeo opposition *' N W J of Sec 17,T 2, If of R ?. W,except ing from .
General Satisfaction.
n mi** which the Sentinel has misrepresented the position I "It arcs 'a
Iluir JAW. We ustice to me publUh my letter of the llth ? to anything like -mftntief this each of said -tracts forty urea CBveyn{ by'Wsn
Speaki.aq -
Vie Tr* ?f'ple firm resolutions of the took befui* tie wh'g meeting of this county and the pKtfIt was oo CS": So ssy all the Dealers M'Lnne's Vermifcfrannl Mill to James Thomas.br deed U-d'jcl, 1835;

'iv the strong tnlknf and the robust men wlmUothe people misconstruction of mr remarks iu reference to Mr. B. F. ALLEN cround that GOT. Utowu jwu present candidate for ?" plso nmy the IVoprletor say asthey are daily and the S E J of N W4 of Sec 1YT1of, B. ?,

-tL Congress, in'9Urwbiuopposed.. Uie Nashville receiving certifi'cates so numeron1 that to print them W, containing io all 196 aereo. : .
h Tho demand that I should .claim the
tMI LJ1IId ) empires. woik- Christie once more
1nhI luwI UI Edtlor Florida Sentinel: Conventioa., .They'iitterW-reiiadiated. and no did the would! flit n volume. Bat what is the ne of further IIUOII ARCHER. J&. 2 SpecialMastenUA
*" f Livid
/ ( Pou> a*cf fe1M
the! rrou J Inor ( indulgence of my fellow citizetu. SIR:-A crisis in the political aSairs of our country Sentinel the certificates to it medinc that has become so universal f EYT.BLOCICER. z cliansary..t
commend the stern but organization ectkmal dan
FII *f Kanlal. Wf The article in the Sentinel commenting on my former has arrived which involves to fearful extent the des party, as Let the names of a fcTF of its approver wffice : July 1.1854. 26Notice J V
**flrf Hon that shines through their patriotic; and a gerous to the union 'and harmony of the country.- Mr. Maxwell of Augusta, Carroll Co., has ___i !* >
It veils and cold letter, it would seem, vas iuU'udttd to create the the and the and feelings George
aneucbcj of South heart -
to
vna tiny appeals *&
1g"g Now what is the foci? TLe Jforthera section of the used it with the best effect -
tioderate' 7 u.flacbingptint nnd demagogue* impression that'I proposed in a YTLu Convcution that
tlw hi W"t tdtra-northera ; of every true Southern man and lover of his country whig party i ii not only sectionalized, but aholitinniz d. J. II. Cutter, a respectable merchant of Lonisvj e. "VTOTICEw; hereby given to all persons taxing claims f-

.ft in ('Ut "j Uud-VP stood* 4tX bravado of ultrii trewoo: n the by they should unrnuateo whigj, and two only when and institutions, for coolness and deliberation in while the Southern whigs who may be so unwise and after hntinjj used others without effect, administers a .LN 1 against the estate of fTtiffin M. Fletcher, lately 1-.

ctinniIne' ]j they met to nominate four, aud that t1.o'e two whigs action. "We are all the subjects of a common destiny inconsistent as to follow will be forced to d'iee of M'Lnne's Vermifuge, which completely removed deceased,of Gadsden Coiwty. to present them to she
you organ the
should be placed on the Democratic t ticket for the wormo. undersigned Executor within the time prescribed by ;
cbrTI of is be the fate of all
the fate that awaits us to
one
wewmtwwlto "Leon's" attention the M ize on purely sectional grounds, and to occupy a position It has also been used with success in the families of law, otherwise th'r notice will be pleaded in bar; awl

it ft"01" ft letter written by a gentleman of Legislature in place of Major Board, who hnd resign. Hence the time has come when plain talk and candid M blob but three short years siuoe the Sentinel and j the following person* :- all those indebted to said estate are requested to make '
1' cd, and Mr. Chiiatia, who was ouly wailing to resign occasion. You Piti burs.h. an'l _Jas. Penn'a ; t
lovin& dealing licoomes the will therefore par- vicinity. Strattyn, meut immediately
teu jn aj1gMi unJcr date of June its friends denounced as the greatest of all politic.! pn>
ieTiIt.e JI provided a whig would take] his place, and that thi* don the liberty which I am about to take, u one ol What iu I Avenue; Mary J. Stratton, Mary StrRtt'on ; Sarah ZAUCD FLETCHER. Executor.
imqmtie was wrong 1851, must be wrong Harshbt-qrer, Manchester; Mnrjraret Ijndwiy, do.
j-L: 1 proposition tf us treated with respect, and further the in approaching in this ; .iuihyLl8i.t. 2C Rw
people public
you manner James Burke and Burke Hill.
T
national I
tt* reat n3' t ) an'as, am unt unwar. now, and if a truly party organization-oue Agnes Squirrel ?y
Fr'n more, that the chair only decided that motion was the editor of a leading journal and the i For Kle Rt all the Storm in Tallahassee Fresh Groceries a.-
j ju iavirt that iu one year after the organiza1t"i I my as questioning that Las proved iUlf ound to the core-..-is the only | Drug and -

there will l\* fiO.WW) persons wilfiin l ber border, fn irregular and .not gernutin to the subject matter un propriety of the course which you have chosen to adopt one that should be countenanced by the Southern at one Agency in every" Town in the South. P ER Schooner \7m. K. Petres. -

in 1 Ies< thnn three years he w ill form a new etarin der cousideration, aud therefore could not be er.tertcrt ; and if I should lay bar jour errors, and exjiose have peo j jp'e July 2?. 1Rt. 29 2w 25 Casks Ribbed Side. : ?*
clamorous n* you eves taught then the great and unbroken < 4-
American salary.. The people are ained that time. the 5 do Clear clu, '
the nt them to gaze of a people who are to suffer equally
the eihnui'hment of the military reservation.jm4 shadow democracy presents to you your only refuge, i A Mill Wright and General Mana- 1C do Shoulder, '
ff that there is
The Editor knows well no with and in
myself of
it will! rertaiuly be done very noon. wuaiIb m yourself, consequence any and a co-operation with them is the only means left gcr Wanted.'yfTAXTEDIMMJJDIATELV.a. 3 Threes Sugar Curd Ham, '
lanj t" any one ould de 'ire. n fine climate, sufnt of ground for such impression, and hj he will so try to misstep token. I hope you will attribute it to the urgency which can consistency.Sir ', 75 HbLs. Superfine Fkmr. l -

q-an'ity! of wood coal in abuudanoc. a.country 1 deceive hi* patrons and the country generally ]I of the necessity whifh proiupU it, rather than you by you preserve your ': raitablr p r onf 40 d-. Family Extra Hour, < :
? and I know the delicacy of your position. It is hard T t<, take rhartre of itnd superintend the )binldmp 25 k -; t
stored and with an mdunriimiB, intelligent, that both bin self ml t < > WhiAey. : :
'rll c.Hu't imaffiue. unes feeling to difpoMtion to find fault or bestow censure.I .- ;:
any of g-.iitnble out buiMinjrs, cheltera. ilr. f.'r a circular s '
Kan n befre many y arR, to come out and cnnfew to the cherished errors of a tf df Lint ,
pritin;; ]vTj-tulatfo party are on the wane, he must catch at taid try cvry The time lus been when the mere partisan could l be aw Mill at a..me point on TalztLusste: inuncb >f SI.
of the I 500 Kmheh -
wifl J It '4W of the first State** in tl* Valley I whole life time, and perhaps harder to unite in throwing Corn. .
roeaiw to it Hut truth and fairnes* i the boards and when the ebullitions the I'Link Road. A capable person al character andinduxtry .
ilMi-'ippi.' >"n doubt it -will organi-cd very soon support permitted to play ujK-n around the brow ci'a triumphant the COOO( Fur Havana Segars, .,,.-
itnill be slave State, nd pcrfcoi* woild be tafe 1 always the best policy. I utercd that Convenliot of his seated brain could be pardoued or at opponent only need apply ti> I'opkiim A ilctiiitii, Hmoked Tongue "'
chaplet of victory. Hut stich are the necessities of the Tallahassee, o'r DANIEL LAD1>, t'res, Newportt '
in carrying flaves with them ttithor.% it niimbrt tire having the interest of my country at heart, aid tliluk least tolerated, because there was, in the estimation--: I Maccoroni. Dried I5ee ,,
I Kanwe R ver i* in the center of theTcrrtorylarger cac. The law of self preservation demands this act I5 lngrji Sausage, -
vhradtt li<(*+. than the Kentucky River, and is \ lug 1 wa amcng frk-uJu, 1 could mako tny j>ropositi.'ii of many, flu) existing political i h.ues the decision ofvhich. I. of stlfjicniola-iouat: your hand The wlwj ISO WANTED 5 or 10 good likely iwprr men Dilry Cheese. :" -- '

for the good of my country, and it would U. pro or con, could endanger the existence party. A L f-r working on and about above n.aiued Mill, for White Raai. dr. tc. 'S .
iiigabt' for 1 80 or 200 miloV I when inn'ihalh-d under the military feather of Gen.Scf.tt which will be and well
JTOIKasrea .given
( received iu a spirit of kindnets. I therefore pix>pied government, or effect tlu? entire profetratjon of the i negroes ??'1".4> 2T. l84. gs PERRY EQ-KTr..
I have taken the liberty of itaVielsiu? a few \vor J coisld f-nly carry two Sou'hern States, nnd one ear.d fur. A M>lv as above.C.ntraet .
a tlm .N'orthcni whigs aud Abolitionists hnd repuJii rights of section of the country. But that time f.r'; .Widi-on Circuit .
in the above extract, lo br'uip: them mule fiimbly to ? any (.f them (Ter.as.ee) ordinarily n democrutitt State. icgrainz and widening the preen Lour M.Lllt C,re ml of J7or'J,..
i ated us .and dtulcd us our cobstitutiunal > igl tk, that has passtnl. A mighty volcano is now thiobbing.seething Road frrm Newport to TompkhV Mill will bet iiven 1-al 7rna. l-l. Attachment. Sum a'osui u\
of Leoc and t-e! who cntwtain iimi i How can erj-ect now, inthu day trlrd and
the notice you ofyo :
the lowest utW)41 nnd eltSf) ; 7S-100.'
if responsible pnrtyapp1yin1a't'ven -
we of the South ohoulJ unite and forgetting party, and bubbling botifath our vciy f.ct, gathering pow- .
lar 'iews. 1 trill row qnote fiorn an srticle v\t\c\\\ \ doK-at u> do more, or even so much ? Then 'atrc this and 10thof Au ut. Particubiwofwhiclican William McXaught and James OrmondMrcbanta- -
there) were constitutional ini-n at the Nwth, toijuuwith aul influence and threatening at an' :
al
any er step.
short time wuoe In th :EuUrjMipubll.h] every : our long deuuunced i nlv bo understood by Feeing the vnrk. I will
appeared a eixg ;o sectiunul organixati'n, go and partners, using the name and style of ilc Tacgbt .
them nnd to thin Uui n flul all in ruin. Tins common'danger "
H at SprinpfiHd, IlL, a free Male- j try preserve curly d.iy toimolve us which i is impotent for gocd apd only potent fr c-\il. with BMV party desirous of taking the job at rmv time-. & Orinond s's. '- -
protect our rights und.-r the coustilutron, and to bung | calls aloud for common and united July t9. i.s'r 4. so D. LA'DD. ,
>
From Kantaa.-I>r. White of U/M ity Ja-: just a preparation when here i is the ui'inocratic of all iti \\llmot Walter.G wire II'WaltM- und Richard T, .
HWtncd from Kansas Territ irv. He d wnWs tl e about thi* unity of net ion I proposed a joii.t ticket for i and he is recruant to his trust wh-> in this) trying party purged Land for Sale. Walker. IcrchanU and I'artnars, uting the raaifl aaj
beautiful and fortile and L.JieEet anti Southern raid free aoil eleim'nts, etron in the of Walters ,t fc *
to' ; style Walker. .
".inn'rv U cxcedingI5r : the Lo UUtuie. 1 did not iu-k thut] 'unrexitijn hour, fuiU to seek to harmonise and draw togtl4er .
wiil tiot l be long brfuro it eottrn into the U | ticket it In thcii North, and dy vas'iaj uiuon in the South to rnaLc sill HEJbwriber will sell nt a bars u'ri his well T'IIE DefriidaBta and all ot'ifrs interest will tats &
\ make the bcoau
not
joint vas jww- c\ clement of i-tretigth cr w bo, iu a mon.cnt of i i ,
usi cry known tract of land containing 760' tIe*
Bioiias, a fine and pnpelow State.; He iufonna I it all that the roost ultra 8outh"rn man could desire ccrea. ou J._ notice of the c"Tntnepcentent !h n* rre suit l r
that! ppnplefrwa Mteft'iari Arkansa Kentucky. anJ j jcti.rr er without the content of the Duniocutic party to dso maddened and ill directi-d j arty zeal, attempts to cilia river, and known aa Sandy F 'rd ; two hundred attachment and nr* hereby notified to and -
It is to r .uon self evident appear
on a
Southern Slate* are fltHking; kitu the new tertp.y but I wished to gt iie views ofthe party with diire away U o5c fiieiuls who 1 stand ready to aid us Mly propoiti. ai.d aTia of which U l imme<.k, the balance pine, of which plead to the declaration therein' filed. ::

#1 c t)>ertM> ly that it; viH nit fail tae lie eeuiedS. which I had bcfuic acted ou the expediency of the in our hour of used. Having prumued thus much, I Ii i I adjure you, sir. a.* you love tie sunny South, as [ one hundred acre are cleared. A new store house r.yt'-g & MAYS, ;.
and litrtiouB. At tLv tt her iu.-tltutir and etaud is on the place where a pr ai office U kept, and is u '
S. utiern! luBueuce you revere ready to defend July 22, IS. i. 29 Plaintifti" Attorney .
and where better could I then iutu this ;
pioject, gu ill Proceed to develope the facts of the ease, that 1 splendid stand for a public house and oture-pes.ins 5
i-n am! other ferries along: the risers IxM-dojiuij iLe territnrr. 1 them, Ca't aside tba bigotry t-f ftelb .
pause party
Convcutkiu ? whether not hove bed ? wish to will to5A31. I 3fd-'n Ci> evil Co>irt.7m Jf1'J'e Cirrull rf Htrid ,
unt auUanive in swh en *iU that boats ntrr\ you nay: see or you yourself .. KIT purchase apply s
take poBil! n as Southern man, and the path of duty i! \VJLLTAMS.I Fill 1.54. AttaLineut.
Siuu .
t
aud iso The submitted in the roost sworn :
them over day'aml nipht dlsputeb equeiilly ni j proposition w&a respect to of the censure which rror uecesoanly invites.
open any will be the sad '1 I Ford JofTervn County Fia. 279 2-10'). -
hall have the nest chance to oei.- puthof saiety hopor Sandy ,
+* in wh 50 j ful terms, and 1 had bright to cipect that it would .-
SO 1T11 RON. I July' 29. 1854. 30 icbard J.
1inversett1emeflt aie niuderegiot er are a1 M37L
have beeu received auJ tieated with rt-cpectful con The late action of Congress, organizing the Territories -
fiuut claim l id.tliat 1
who! faithfully accord every mau lit ? For Charleston. vs. -
uo dtftufbance will hereafter occur c.iicui ( aideratiou. I hud supjxwed that, if the Convention of Nebraska aiJ Kansas, by which a long standing i rrJ-IE Brig MARY ANN Captain Vincent, HWiImflt Walter, George II. Writer. end flicbutrmi f'
ARRIVAL OF
r-eniptinu riijht. Tlie Couitsarere 'iired t-> i> tuiii did nut agree with me in the vieue I held, some rcusijis and odious reFtciction on the South has been wiped] THEPACIFIC. I 4r ti -Jis now taking in her cargo for the above T. Walker, SI-rcliants and Partners, using tlw namw 7

.'ry ttccelh-nt resulation; and v4rt1aiug in tlw woUld have been advanced tohew Ihe error ofluy from her esrutubeon has developed, combined and u I |1sut and will sail in all next week. For freight or and style of Walters J: Walket.r .
ra'otl: of ettlcrn*jU progrcM a iu aa orderly atdLutin1 pHE Defendants and &U |0hen intarested trill tak* -
McNAL'GUT i ORMOND.
i to
at ull evt-u'e that the of the I :i *vge apply
or ,
position sense the .
manner. uhed in hostile array to South every opposjng,enieut !*- July 22,1854- _I cutie uf the coiuroeoceineat of the above suit by
i is meeting would be taken and an opportunity! thus al-I in that North of and I Newpoit, attachment and hereby notified !.
The l character of thee emijrani i u.vjce t'iijnllt every political complexion Nnr YOEK July 24.-Tlie Steamship Pacific nas are arrucar mi

They) are intelligent to a" degree never before :l forded to Ujo e wb'j were pieacnt of expi estiiig in making this dexclopcnniit, the fact long and obatid.itcly -.: arrived with LtverrxxJ dates to the t2th inst. t tj Fire and Marine Insurance. plead to the declaration therein filed. .I

kn wn in early vestcrn ] ijneer .-tl cy !nre been \ii.wa on the EiibiecL The Seuliud endt-urors to lead : dciik-d by you has been rev ealed, tLat the en- j The qmitati-'in iu fli* Liverpool Cotton n..irket were Till Savannah Mutual Inuraucc Company, havL POPE fc MATS, PlaintiSa AHorwT.' .
fared in better times with greater edWation-d "p- unchanged. The sales for the three day v.-ere !5OuXiI in establi-hed an Agency ki this City, will !nJ22.18i4.! 29. -. -
,
\ iciidt-rs to believe that the wt time vhii North Xot
its propoeitiou was en- i 1 friendly -
our -
jvrtntrtiss. FLy intend, they ay. tD }have the poirtil party cni'iny one | bales, of whIch SpccuLiUns took 2000 and Esp-jrtcrs take Fire ant Marine ri k" f>n the most tivorableurnn.

,.* oitio' of Kansc, th urh tlre i i" iu <.b< ctuni tertj'uird bt-cau.-c it wa nut ma'ie nt a projxr stage ; voi t from iu entire masses reprceettted in Ctngr I -1000. The dfiaand was moderate. The Brokers Cir- AT.pyto! TIIO.J. PERKINS, Ageat.Jnly IW.RESIDENT.. LEWIS, ,; .

;. neiH'ii* from the North eettlinjj nm ding P1I'fl, pri'. of the pi ucfttdiu *. iii oilieronu that it was notgcrnuiii" <-ri has been rai&cd to greet us, or whLper of Lope i cular says that b'rrers have the advantage br 1 16th, 'I ___ 15. 't's54. StS Sm; DENTIST, --t

*. *.- flaverv jirejudicfg arc LuiL behind. Iu Misat.L in the matter under cvtiMdrration. and intimates f.T the future. L'o!.not even a Silver Orry" to re- Bud that holiler* offer freely. Millesan gives*the quo- Notice. TALLAHASSEE FLA. :* -j

an nfooTnatiun Las been firmed' for tlie puiH| I tati.'iw a Fair Orleans 6 1.2 Middling, 5 S S. Fair T S now inserting Artificial Teeth on the -
that if nude at another tini it w Kiini-aa. : i pomi your *- T" FOREWARN aR against trailing: f>r a note .
AMWLit.ocuntiJiiel persons
rj woutlioru einuiitin to 1 and
m.hnjj Uplands 6 M ; Middling, 1 4. Trade at iLtiches- new improved principle with 4
i'-rd. 1 IGUV to that this r All nil in lstle and serried ( J- given by me to William Mardre fr over five hun- *
t-'f.ll l-j may detirn to jeaiuveM a bt-g sny cxpau.ition j? array against ter was dulL I continuous gums from on-* eide to tba *

1 x'risati'-iit le&ideice.4' i l an after thought. Tljero was nothiug that fell Iron; 1 us Ujt; in turning to the other side-to the old tiraetiiel Flour at Liverpool had declined Is. ; Westers Ca-i: ihu-eti! I dollar payable in Decenri next and given in other, without scam or crack, leaving no place for lh. \ (** .

Oje in re 4Utat4fl. from c. letter Ttitten by Di. the pudding otiioci v.uich could leave m'u tny- laind uud lime honored driuocraev-tlue pcrtv of tket ( nal. 3S.6 ; Ohio, SC. J. Corn 34.0. May hist.refuse As consideration said! has until not been complied'iJ bvlaw. lo J jment of food, thereby ren t From the -ht of learn thut thre had beeni wuh paying note o >rapelI hfe-likf, an 1 the orgmaLcootouroftbe face. .
s< war we restorng
3 (). WilliftUis. cf ilieaiMippi, who w rcprrseuUd ni ii the impression th- t at any othr stage of the pnicxed pe''jjle tnd of the (k'uustiaitiou-tle party which ha* MOSES W.L1NTON.
r.o further battle of imp-rianca. The allied flt-et hai shrewd, intclligwit, reliable and emiswntly pra
: man," anl oueortwhLrget fel ve-hulJero hi t c hfiati-, : outr.ary his Linguugo! aud nxumtr were of sudi a iu the Kdit! of their ccU of loyalty aJ devotion Iii ebakore of the Cholera. Thi dkeae wa rajriti Rice Rice I Setta can obtain all ncofcaaary Jtifonnatian t>y Jitter. .

vii1 uusror for th< j icfc! tAll chaiacter as to convince me that nr> refrard wouM bfpiid to us, by t ou ij the .South, and by tbu sanut ab<
.. the Liv t-t l.C4ti;(:n> ii tli J,* territory l're alrewly 'Ieeu to the prop'sition, nor T\HS there any frj>lan.t-: ti 'I u gang in the North -in tumiijg to them, I say. the Pan-ibe.' fanr> of 0,000 men between JJuchareat apd : _* \J front Charleston and for sal* bcMONAUGHT prices for. to suit the times. Terms Cash, or when eaH 4 .- ..

,. "t'ked by liundieds out. aud tiuJ the lLoudaud fjuinjatii/n, u(t l'r dare a 1'igcubiii vieurr ti n given, H"rr'na hint that the rnetting would what iLi we bt-imld ? Ah sir, hall I tell you what I It u rumored that n Riiesian iliplomatijit! has seeretIr July 2 !, 1854. &2 ORMOND.Newport. June 2-1. 154. ,rt$ :':.f;

'f'-alhe% br-r **,>re ouuuttM 01 ilio iuri. who Live rt-fci\e the piMti''ii at any other ]"jijt <
.eiPteJ: iiilo folunn j-lt'tl 'i-s tu pii'tct euch oil.cr in Instead of th.- dx'ision which tl-c Sfuthicl states was goo.1 old bou .j>l Saxuu \ Vtul them ve Lx.-h.jhJ the for Vicijti.i, in order to conciliate support to new Salt. all the advantages ef the.W*lker and '., ,
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j.i-viaiai, jiui to kccj all ubuliiioitiet: fjou; Use i rrit' ra-id1, the chairman wu-j>sJlions. Prussia i is forcing Austria into I "( fSaeks Liverpool salt in good order landing. L/ Jumper ic one article. As a Jumper it is superior .
... Lat that hans new ur otoatlons, and the Allies arungl lr suspect Austria ,) ju and lor sale
Tiicrc leuiuiiik u'> l I'urr a proP ORMOND.Newpiitrt. .
Jt
LJ' aiioadv ruaJf K bepnumg nhicbiturtx it IA be fastened liable to accidents with adjusted .
nor springs
Fdt' .tutc. Giecley auj tIi4 xbouiii'rntUs u.ay iluunOIT ; nit tl.e *iih of the chairman thst the question Northern dcn <>cratio fiienda, f>rt> -four ia one single sA to wuli'lraw all his tronps iuto Eus'kin Tsnito- July 22.1854. 4t 29 for children short or tall portable with the ,,

lL u j flutter until they are e-ttiefi'-d ITaiit a is uowl. huulu be put to the peoj le, for he migVit have bcaj.pieheubive <.n branch t>f the national legwlature, all, all eoniint tory durut" the firojjiei' of the n gotiati<'ns. Notice.ft child in it. aad the least movement of the child taia- .

u\v loniun are c6n- sing a motion go agreeable that children .will remain
ulica tluve otriieiiutrre t d in ILaiisasn. fhi.t.il4.; One account represents Madrid "aa tranquil, ns having demands sgairst the estate .
cu-jujjh
iy VLLpers. in them for hours amused and dehV'bted. Sample to> '
home which threatened swallow
nt to them
vhipout all tiltabuliUoiitoU Tiho jua-dae to pol hiaLThe up- and the rebel in retreat towards Andalu-ia. Another j Green, deceased, late of Leon G,anty, he seen at EODGKIdS i SCOTTS.JmielT. .

lute llit i-.l:i with their bait and iticcuJiaiy feet J'ljt f, Sentii.fel' thik my piojxisltion wa rallxr a and fueeting the ungenerous and undiaritabiV abuse that the iiiiuig itla maintain themnelvcs.> but the j must present"them to the undersignedwjthiatlue time Hot. 24 '" ,.7

''a\e uviici of Viiglr.ia, Iveutuckyand 'Ictiuwsae.byJ novel'oucand uutimcd :md! out of place-utvtl because of you and others it the South, and laying themselves country dow not rice in tbtirfavor. The Ijin-i"n Herald prescribed by law, jor this notice wall be pleaded in .
announces tlie arrival Aineriean agents nho are of their and all indebted are SEA BATHING.
hundred HuJ thou&auJdvill( OOD t-otk tLat dehgLt- as sacrifices on the altar of our common !I- rnr recovery; perso.a
it had not entered hi* fertile braiu first country
*.l l isouiitry, an J would you believe it, ilr. Editor, -untim- authorised to purchase Cuba.Ann'xai'on requested to luuke pay meat inimeth'at.lv.
Mi .M sij>piaus have aheady been iu tLv/Iejritory, ouut'iiifd ed and out of place, because it did n jt meet with the i; Yes, fir, this U the ]icture which warms awl aw- II. T BLOCrTER, COLUMBIA HOUSES, c : :.

t.j ut cu.iuin the bain of u:<.(. whom tJiey approbation' of the leading wlJs ia that Co.nvtnlijn, I mat the canvass, and which appeals with eo much lie Sandtfch Llands Wreck of use Sheriff and Ei.-ofii>M Administrator. Cape Isknd, New Jersej.HlS : '

lavt tAt-n" along to tistt a lujf cabin uu each jie- I did not aiumj-.t to st>o.k iu that Cu-nuiUun for the force to the hearts nud affections of the Southern j>eo- franklin-rf,Viio Yo,t Markets. -- July22. 1SZ'4.' 6w ? ;, new and poptilar'establishment i is noir --

fLflJtiou. 1 Deuemn'ie part tor fir nuv patty or individual iil-?. And jet I cee in a htte U.ue of your paper that NEW YOEK, July! (n. Curled Hair Mattrasses.ST .1 open for the reception of visitors 4

The teeti-nocy borne in the} aoore' extracts as to tIhe raau. I tp'Lenyown pcntunvnte and I supposed they I| yi.u L'nouiicc tlu. administratioo a* a weak and The TrHMtM wye a treaty has b'en nclnted! for received. MI consignment, & lot-of fine, curled so The largely Proprietor received thankful bees toaesure far the his patronage friends and be baa the '', +- :- ,

nature of the soil uuj tliu.ute of luiiicaf, as well] free-soil dmifii tration1"! how sir take the hair mattnia.-e3. double singl* verr things for ,,
were aa much entitled to a )hcsriug atid to a roper j jCfiniJciatio'i are we the formal annexation of the Sandwich Lloiidi to > or pul-il: that the HOTEL i ii every department will b ,
as the character of the pie l vho are u rapidlyr ; these assertion* Jn 1efio. of fac-U uhkh United titafcCotUm *.- hot weather, which we will sell t>w to close. ,
pe ] ] \ as Ihe fceutiiatnts of auv ote preseut I stamp error kept in a style superior to my previous season. Caa -

'..aliaj it, need no conjintnt front ii4. Jt speaks for did not say at> the Editor nt the SeutOid iatimatt <=. on every word j Charity forbids that we attribute it in tlta market continues firm under bhl. a fair New Fort July K, 1S54. D.28Executor's LAUD. has been icfrodnccd into 200 roome. HajIerV eelebrated ''- ".
demand. Tlnur hn- advanced cents
JTfrclf.: The opiiilvb expn-tet-d by them, that Ivan- to ignorance. Whre, that the iltnvocratic party would agree to run a joint j you authority j jixtcnug i The stconjchip Franklin cannot be saved from total Xotice. lions, and many other arrangements hare been irsd >- *.c- -. -

inoitetitably dvstlued to be routedXo "SunUicriirullucnc ticket, but distinctly said it was ray oj.it.Vju that the what erery cool aud JiosaioiiaU: m.cd nukl loss. Her arg< is valued) at u milK'n and a half of ahust the of tead ng-to ibe-increased comfort andwf'ynientf tlm .

nud Southern iuetit'itkna," i isconcuried in < could unite tu pronouncing a kijfil on our present worthy doika. tS4 gniab beingf intended! f-r the fall trade.It .- \ LT persons having demands estate for be made br .4- ", '' <
.nnatigcment bo made, and I Mill euicituiu that j .1:1: James M. Williams, late of Leon com.ty, df cea- truest? Application room A may *
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by men of Mil grades opinion on the slavery ques.Itiunblave.owues '| opinion. I have DO doubt that if that Convention had Chief Magistrate < Is it to be found in the fact that ( is fully is"vulued insured in New York r.nd and insured elsewhere.for ? .The r.0- cii. will tike notice that they must present theic to dressing the propraetor at Cape IsLind, or to tbe fitb- -., i -
vessel at ? 0,000 : *4So. -
nbulitiouuU and iii-ulrii'.a. Aii a- manifested he is uounred as A dough face and shivery the nnder"inied. duly authenticated within the time scriber, L. HARWCQ0
a willingness to adopt tny proposition, propaganda When the first went nchore, she ttoppetl about .
Towed free oiler in a letter to the .National Era ( 000. this notice wpd be in bar 17 South 3rd street, Pbiladelpbia. ,j\ ;
undcr eribd law plead ,
by or
i provided it was the wi-.li of the peopuj to unite th- by Greeli-y, of the New York Tribune, and too; feet from the beadi. but during the night of Monday pre JT. H-Extensive stabling on the -t''
recoVerv indebted aid jvcouscs.
date of Juue 17, tells us that the effects of the of their and ail persons to estate ; '
unwioe and wicked ; of iu reU.tiou two parties at the South, that a CouvtUtiou would all It's bise, ignoble hordes that DOW swell the \ went up About 00 feet nearer. are hereby notified to,,eiake immediately pay __?June 17, 1854. Sui 24 .i* if

logirlatiuu Corgress Late been called and a joint ticket put up ; at all e- ranks of nl >Ujouiam North f Is it to Le found in the went to uadersigned.JHOS.. Notice io Debtors and Creditors- ---- ';f

to this Territory, are fast being devel.>j>ed. Wcct.nij FROM THE ISTHMUS. ,.. PERKINS. Executor. .
vent Jt would ha\c
strengthened the >o ituju of the fuct that he and his dmoeratic'a.aoeatos of the North ;
have btco held in tariou .if.Mi.s.uii and l 8w 23."VJOTICII 4 LL persona indebted to the estate of He'irr Ken .*'i'vj -
15.1851.
21.
Jiy
purls : July
hgs zind 'thrown the in and then burned to ashes the Nr-OauANS:
are hung
respoubibility of & refusal -onj effigy by jL driok,deceased, late of Leon Cucotyk are hereby x ,
resolutions paw>ed that no anti fcliiverv nm'j ehuuldl.od j ihe JX'aiocrat. same ignoble crew t Is it found in the fact that the The stenmplup Illinois left Anpinwall on the 18 tb is herebv given that the rules of the Tal- requested to male payment icmediately and all dii- : ,
claims in Kansas. XijiEas T jriit million of dollars in gold dust, for New Lluuee Iliad Storage sai.l '
< .ryJie with over a Jiail Company, charging mands against estate must be presented In the --
abolition Leaded of the Tribune
I desire by Greeley, a
i oae of the lovlie aud uio t fertile regiuuB on tL turitto exonerate Icndir.g wL'ig, IK id other whig papers and leaders,nr* ; the Iflth occurre l at Panama in Tallahassee 1ft ? 4
face of the earth LOU < dctiiahle i 31r.Chri.tie from the charge that Ou an earthquake i.Liys f.r- persons residing plead in 'bar of their recoerr.
v a most
: acIeistit.nth he hid attempted to represent hi* hcu 11- laying a+id* all old party prejudices, and advising doing sh'ht damage.i lay5 for thse hying in the coutry or s'rroundiiugTowi HALCY T. rLCZI '

.i ave power, adjoining Mi *ou'i! along its whole'u8Um ',, ted to me Li party star whigs Intake up nnd support for Congress those dem-i The revolution continues iu Peru. Dcciai\e action ivil' be stuictly enforced after the 1t August Sheriff, and Ex-ofEclo Atitiratm. ,. '-.-
wiUi'gne! s to recj 'u iu favor of
: : boundary. J discover tLat the a *blg, 1 Ill-it. 22 1&54.
emigration crati who refused to taod by the President in putting U soon expected. -July 89GTvim's q e(1
i if uaion of the ,
.a pai tic* frwE the free SutcS i ii toward >v .;
rapidly Xe
turniig -
dwn fiee- vil and abolitionism I Is it to be "
Lra4i. The imprcMiou It creutod the ; wan only milling tofcsiya his'plaee on I bo Deino- WASHINGTON AFFAIRS."WASiHNrrrciv. TU03. J. PERKINg. Secretary. Palenl reaction Ccntrlfnjal *, .
already on f.iuiid i" the fact thut Mestra. Maurice .Tnlr 1. 1FS4. 6t 28
V.'heeler.Ptfck '
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FutI' tuiud, that there was a tacit ngreeiavut that cratictklxtina i orof a joint ticket jn caw it was Judy 20.Tlie PuKp au* Fire Etiglue.DAfED :-J" ; ..

the wibli i of the people that the two should I'eo.harn and Oliver, all Lard shell democratic member al .li-hir.! Mary C. Dryan, ) Divorce. Iu Hamilton Circuit to an.7 situation unlimited in ,
vbraka .uould be free, JIuubas tlave. A fcLivehold partio u- annv bill, will the clan-c > military \ ; power'i ,
b of Copgroett from New York thus unite in an address '-5. > Court, Spring Term 1 b54.Dr certain in actimi '
told nudiu I cite. When that gentleuian expressed Lis ereczneuutvdh iupeflh1teflfttice of armoric* Las passed the House. -S. ; prmancr.t in use ; and.iritnt! &..
me "last week of the plan of Delation, I me as t/) the true policy of the Boutlj to their constituents, denouncing the President The Preaidcut shill undoubtedly veto the liver and Jvse1h an. jIT so low in Oust that they are rapidry snperwdiug aTl j'others.

itu bucceie. It will! be ecu that it 'u generally un. it as eiliecn. he did as the head and leader of a great Southern party f fw Harbor bill __ npp arirg to the Court, by the return of the The attention of Planters is especially called -

dvrstood >'ebrakft is to be given up to fice-coil influ i j a priv.il Lie has never betrayed any .constrain Sheriff. tle Defendant is not to b* fi'ijid in said I to its efficiency for rainnge. It M a perfect safe guaM /X.-"
believe
unto
,1 cn' but the beautiful trust confided to him by his party, nor did lie cuter Events daily trnnepuitig j County, it i i. ou motion ordered that the service be > against tha ill ejects on cotton nnd! other plantations, >'jjftof
c
; fall.-yc and fertile of" that the annulment of the iiUsouri compromise act of
jJaion into OBITUARTJIED. by publicaTion of this order in one of the pub the destructive rains ofib Southern climate Mud | ?
with perfected ; j
to
any airat'grmont uie two j
1 run whigs ou first cj series of -
is the
JUntaB
> the South i ditermiced 1820, a measure*, long premeditated '
to fur 1uer.t1f Gravel and
I kecure the democratic file j 1th inst. in Leon County, EMMA, lu"i'.izclte cjjf this State onoe a mouth for four cuouthaI I f-ther substances do> n Injure it It ii : *-iA r
ticket, nnd any aud judging from the dtcibUrcaud .itigttic .pnlhHt |I I prior to the neil Term. j adapted tor Steamers, Manrifnft.w Mines, Water ?H"5*
people with the da that ht the /onuiitiou of a gi tat sectiouul or Southern daughter of R:v. N. LbiUey.aged two J.ears \ IVcrks
have been BO promptly Uktn, vho can doubt that to deigned, or that he of which the present Executive den ns to be- youngest \VALES BAKER, Judge. lor large cities, and nit iuirttions reqniiir :.

the vill succeed in carrying out her diterciinatious s t tit would ootiseut tu any Ihjpg iirespective-of tlie ficws com jtnrtv; the leader. In ordr to win jthe South and sis icouthfl and one day. JOHN FniNK, Cik. C. C. Fla. l.weikj pump. iZs6 tnauiu's'a.cd frem 25 to I I'titiedfthese
of his and of the pro- At rest in Jesus'-faithful arms ; Jnlvl51S54. 23 lf'0t( trallons rer minute rHn...-ir. fT al l! anrl )M 1
U unnece ary to protract words on the Bubjct ... party paople, proceeds from a wan- pitiatt; the favor of her citiuuis, in addition to the re- Lic.s.t
(
1b prwof La clear and couduMTe-it U erTrhehwug, ton dc.'igti Ui njilead and iWErepu-scgt Mr. Christie as peal of the proljjbitiou slavery JT'irth of latitude Secure At rest from as in all a peaceful the dreadful bed; storrus Fresh Groceries and Provisions.VTE Union Power Company the ofV.S C-ice.id.. y 33.-PrcaJway Wareht'useof,
well :,G dg. SO u miun it i ilesjgned obtain, of
thai the South will deiive j n in tiniuble advantage i as myttlf.Tl.e tu the national Ueatury additional regardless Which round this siuful would are spread. are now reeeivingfrom New York and NewT New Yoik-removed from No. 2-i, nearly oppcaif*, .

from the of the Nebraska expense territory ck-hoonera Elizabeth and May 27, lS5 k Rni 21.
Or
Hill
passage and if LeuiP Sentinel the RoHorhurt himself T ana. per Taylor,
MexUo. The Ciided
say worse from treaty, rocommeuded bv. a' Then let our mournful tears be dry, .
jper Jbts L aJherlnj to the error of his ways," I can than be hurt HM f.ien-k". It was not my intention to the President to the Senate for confirmatioii, stipulaUrt has A gentle measure flow : Mitchell Louie it Oaruier's ertine Extra Flour do. Copartnership Notice. t.e.&s; ?
St. sii >
tiuly account for it on the principle that u man ecu j jviixed hurt my friends by the course J took .iu the Con -tui- to pay Santa Anna the extravagant cum of twe We bail them happy in the sky Superior Rye{ do. undersigned bare this day entered kite.a 'jo

ugainst hia will, is of the eame opimwu stilL'The i,I *"' >, nd if wi Llug the South to rid themselves of the ty millions of dollars for a mere Xi agnietit.of terutorr And joyful wait our call to go." do. Graham do. THE io tba -
to | additional resources to the slave
next position Lcoi there tu.atje. at 4he Kortb aud aescmcdby ts to
opening the slavery agination, the authorehrp of the th n.elrv. against their encroachments, has iejured returned to Mexico, and i is now in program of negotiation. County Pa ou the 6th July, 18M, WILLIAM C. Clear S it Shay's do. do.Supar-cured Hams Ixtv.QcrN: 2sB : -

repealing clause of the KebraeLa bill, -&c., denjandsiw m. with any portion of this Cemmutity. or with any In pursunnce olthe same political scheme, it CROOM, aged seven rears and six mouths and on Crushed igg and Powdered Sugar, VpF.-E TUE ME AND J5TYXB OP 4,'

extended a notice At toy baud* -be-dl'jKMed of; Ilienl party, -I.am wjj] and thalj $iever.consider wan determined-rckhes of at an early day acqube.Cuba utterly the JOth July, ELIZABETH C. CROOM. of Cangee- Loitf andjClarified do. BARNRAD & MAXWCLL.

in this communication, and co I will defer iu discuMion it a sacrifice.I couaequeueee. ,tive Fever aged two years and six month, children Stewart's Hard Candies, wll* be '

until next week. la the Jiieantiiuc, J would adrue I Permit me Io remark, bef. e cUihg thisoommuoi- The obore cxtreet u takeo from a m of similar of George A. aad Julia & Groom. Suffer the little Extra. Apple Vinegar, extraTTUta'Wlna' do. and They patrons at pleased-to the old stand eec fLBainard their friwd -4 .
t ; ,
the Cro A BUckwell's" j'
denunciation of Tresident with Piecolilly
L 44 V01" M3eep cool" Nothing u tvcr piilued by j-cation, Mr. diU-r, that-if Sentinel means by its which 1 iould, if it children io eome unto me and forbid bern not; lor 01 Superior French Mustard, .Jr.. sign of the Motiar,,-co/Mr/of Moaroa s1

'nl* claim that the was necessary, 4ill many column*. NPTT, air, answer, __ and Clinton streets, where will
a they keep
'ri1- *""on wilLout rrovocatio. and i reoort compromise of I860 is a whig such i* JTwgdom of Heaven. Preserved Canton Ginger, sa
meae-
1 and give us chapter ud verae to auatain f and general assortment of articles
$ kind 'ure char- Fresh Soda Crackers.Lcmocs appertaining
of to intimate that the your .
%cak caus argument, Is a certain Jicatiou of a Democratic party are oppQfc gee, or withdraw them like a man Failing. 1kuow. DIED: atCorpna Christi, Texas, on Friday the 9th and Brandy Peaches, to their line of business, and solicit the patrona1 ,. ,

4 1tuerjead tfl defend JL ed toiL or that they were opposed to the only feature yen will da, to sustain yeur charge against M thFmidoot June, 1SAI.LUCRETIA McG EHLE,youngeatdatgb-! Pepper and Pimento.No. their friends aad the pahlic.

A YOUKO voThDWe of it tLtft cow )hasany practical benefit, to wit: it will cintter tnt little with the ter Cbatjes aod Emily Hussell, agedatx months aad 1 Soap, Rrop Shot, Scotch Sn oft. E.B.tR&ARD.Ja, 'j ) j
the /ujitrre slate law, and that other feature jxopbjwbeth A.LSO-404) Borx4 Western Cora, G. TROll ) ?
learn which
frcunt1 y ;;;; r y.u withdraw it at not. fourtaen4yS. r"oruary-l.(4.lSS4.( ) .. 5
.* (be Ba claimed the of the doetb all 96 AWheat Bmn.
ayi has since r&orc."lIe
fealty good men of 1 v'M
yauuih JirjnUicon, the \ propose now -notice'further ads of ndisereUoa .God gaVa, Cek>P !17,1864.24 ODHa33 & SCOTT. _

assuiniog f.rm th. 5orth50 eoanty.to wit: tins'principle cfBOu-interrertioB" he Assorts on your part, and io ask you how tIL" i-iiirtad i !

]; cJy lo .cxei t a rodigihct State.1 and L1at it ii what uo impartial mna can believe. Can he your course u a Southern man 'tefore you a"can juatifv II.qe.iptolii tn-be oar Jittle oo given. 700 Acres first rate Land for Sale.rpj for e>aj vt" ,
f5o0thernpeoplej fur of the of JleaTen."UME ." { Sabaaiber offers for gala hi* Plantation lying ; 1i
such la Kingdom ;
however, that the whig party of tlie Kortk bare fasftsa ffirs
iuni. State say The whig is !
na
UUVcUtioua
w party more. By your own -JL .ten and a half wile north of TaIWWe] ,. Then

and lzidiana, the ] th lrt., 'ai bjo come up to ihe'requirement that compromise I- adnjissiccjj, it ia .disaol ed,Jwmembered, and .has o are in the tract, seven hundred acres of M good taxi boot two hundred.aores e cin.'j -- ,

esaIutiona were jido.pUd against atioug a1j 1iite On the other'hand, has not aJacgo number of the longer amy-claim to uatioqality. Tbeedktbua Est.' as can -i* foundii ,Abe.StaU: -300 cleared and the There are on Ihe pvwses -jj -

Nebraska bill and the crtc-uuon the PaMue (If .tlke Northern Democrats manifested by their recent action forth which sundered the .political ties lhal .bound gone _- _/ to the plantation of'J. H. Ban'ddpl balance ia wowL On the premises are a good Threl-' and Gin Iith ttrt' $ j -
rfS the Hous and Scrrtr -
y& ,imUi fis iTallabasseeejithe linr housc-fiia with cesrro cabins thin.Qa the plati.4ia .
asd >Vbraika. The rewlutione! pledge' the meml on the Nebraska question their adherence to the Northern to the Southern wbga. This, sir, i is no longer zL i fast, a small sosrel mare,-with a white and all other out buddings. To-a foad purrbaser.this 1 -

Co we every rueaos in their jwwcf Ia great principle -which lies *t tWBottom df ths ooioirotuJM a matter of opinion ; it has pawed into history, footerXice, right
stay the Itit Qtttr the teal trf the be will for this advertispmet4ad1aeleraWay. tbrangh the TallaUssee goat O .ea,or s.e i ff
(t5 Slue! udJu Aur rf budnga; ; { (rf 1869 f to SetoUlMuotNortherntLaitrjt and fragtuenU, North and South, iu* coadi- i owner par. ha ,- mt oott I;
H.CABMAJT. J.
aj.rt premisea. HIOT.
4uucrati *rt itxkbicj tag MM xeajeral of been placed on the articles dumrabenatnt. Ifpae -o j Juue1iL P-31 cnee..adisonCeunty'M. 30, 1, : D.5REJ01 tst ..


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ATOSON'S D. a Aines.TALLABASEE '. I. ATTENTION 'LADIE9.MESSRS ;;BA R & McIVER -

Sfft FLORIDA, BETTON A WHITAKER ask leave to ATTORNEYS AT LAW
, al -t.: I r [CAL EXTRACT OF / attention to tile elegant aeaortmeat of T.U.r..AlIASSEE AND QUUiC '
. Wholesale and Retail D.*l,r in rLORID
iIIIIJ Goods W Ci",' aud to iD A.
" Ktidper adapted your WJLL practice the Middle ai3 West
. ?: DRUGS AND MEDICIUES. tole uteJ .' iu the CountQ'. or D rn C. e-q ftBOLLmo

-.- Thonias, Ga. -e

? :; A SAFE and certain cure for Coughs.Colds,Croup, Pnrt1X'DT. Surgical Instruments Edgings and Inserting; BAKSBTallahmttte.

IiI LAsthma.. C unpticn of the Lunge, Spitting of ,Window Gloss Paint, : Maltese A. Y. -',- .

Blood, Bron:hiUfc, Hooping Cough, and all Pulmonory # Oils! ,Varnishes, Putty Manufactured Tobacco, I SWISSEd'njtAIna'cgi Valencas.Smyrva" Edging. January 7.1884. Qui/I". .
1 Affuctoiis.t' and Glass Ware, Patent Medicines, 1.
i i Real MSxooy 45
, ; Fine Soap, Fine Tooth, Pure Wines and Brandies Juat R8Oeiyd' -
CHERRY AND LUNGWORT $ j -SJ M M Smyrna 1ouD-. York
. : oiul Hair Brushes, for Medicinal purposes, Blonde F w and New Orleans'
, 'tii c1t's a Sack Java Coffee .
Paint Brushes, Fancy Alt Sardine,
roa THE CURE or A LOVELY YOUNG LADY CURED OF
; Garden Seeds, Fine Havana SugarsDyeatufb -. 16 Sack Rio Coffee, S TIcroea S. C ".
ffS *: Coughs, Colds Hoarsness, Spitting COXSU ll'T1OY..ta! He has recently received per brigs Aa Sawyer and White'Goods. 20 Boon Ho 1 Soap 10 Bbis.Mesa p

'. of Blood, Kight Sweats, Asthma, The following i id from the pen of Wm. II. Levi 'on, Moutauk, a Luge and Fresh tvpply of every variety JACONET Cambric? *, Swiss Muslins 10 Mdwioa Began. lOOSacka White .'
: : Er<]., the distinguished editor of the U. S. Military and of article usually kept by druggist Plantra and Book" 30 Bo.. f. R. RaaioI, I Bblt Leal Lfd'

, tl.t Liver Complaints, and Naval Argus nndcr date New York,January 26, 1850 Physicians will alwnys find at this establishment a full Stripod- Nainaook 4 Bb PfaIp Gin. t &

.; CONSUMPTION.can What could.bc mOI cotlclusivc'! supply of every thing needed and oath* most liberal 'iR'c.l eoI'J"' Curtain M 4 do 1T.1C.WWU Rom, 1 Caak CI4.4

:S. : : "It) is seldom we permit ourselves to occupy n DR. JOIIN IIULt terms. *- Linen a Bishop'a Lava. 4 do Old 1'UDil,Wa "t do lhwn, 7"

; i i 1 I 1'H can be ami h.u: den prevcufeil in \(\itands jilaoe in theo columns to e;eak in praise of any article Orders from the Country promptly filled and sat- key. 6111...!.

' \;'-. Dt. of c.w" by tlin nature' own rruifJu. m the patent medicine way ; but when we see the life SOMETHINONEW {faction guaranteed, with regard both to prices< and Mourning Goods. 4 bbls k WJOda..ter t .

t4'i ; : : JUDSOX'SCHL MAI. EXTRACT OF CI1EUUY vIa fellow creaturs'saved by the use orallY ediciue AND VALUABLE.Tbe quality.INMllKlfl. Physicians' prescriptions carefully/ oorn- L'K all wool it.! fAJu, lila k H.tJo, Wbitk.2OBo.T .

;jj.jyj4. AND LUNG Wef.* ;II.-TI s medicine unlike mo.ttf whatever, we consider it nt our right, if not our duty, mont powerful Kina on the fee cf tli. 1nb. now B .4 Bortuinas, : If.l trap,. 4 bbls. Granulated and Cauia Cloys '
J the i in the result of the 1 of facts that others lTnt in the American Th. .t\lofn, EPPINO'S COMPOUND FLUID KX-: Crushed Sugars Yeast
Ji." the patvnt retncilica of O.ty to give a simple statement mayin n | cuprrui Kpabllo. |I..twr .4 Jlig'J toIllSY''jII"" 'a Powder

, t1 tll! aroful ntudt/; nnd tjrpciiincnlMvf; sciontific and ixprritnctd like manner be bonefitted. The case which has induced .when f the compared crowue.l beaJi to that of of Karop:our Am. rInk.,rlcun Into Klnic-In.lltllllhano'l TiUCrOFBUCHU.IVmunbcr Cf 'Vatcttt.S 4,, 1.'giush HI G dot Claret Wine, Citron Pepper.

. .. ':. t'ial". The two principal inyrdieut6Lav to this article was that of 24, 16R3. ftl _ '4 2 bbls. Lard Oil Smyrna and
; P/ly I us pen a young lady EuropeAn Kingit employ the per r ir4( In thm tInermM 0 -- --" I Phtui 4* M'"",, HI.TH A Cellars. MaJ.n pt,.
" r J' \ 1' .; long been kuuwn and celebrated. of our acquaintance, who, by frequent exposure to the the riches of tbs rtrh and lordly, nnJ lu rr>lnr.... (1asM oils White Lead Ac. ,, 4 dOL pia Sweet Oil, Starch, Candies I3aj'
% .' BAHK. WJien the of air contracted col J.which settled the to (rref T uilwry awl dopnuUtlon, the |x>or unit 4i-p 2bbIsBoIognaSausage Sperm and
: pt1.i.I ; : : WILD CHERRY strength night a nu lungs dent. Our Amrican King It'i.i furih with rqiui wl.lhnf: size Handkerchiefs.LADIES Star Caodtsi
dk; E : Unllls; i pnprrly txtrarled is the bout medicine: kimw belbro its ravages could be stayed. (This occurredtwo ties to Ihwtni'Ily) niannlon ant humttn cal.ln.n uly ,.tikis) | C\l I JI'JX K.i: Window GIas, assorted Hermetically sealed Lob- London Porter

_j ... ..I i.. for the worst Coughs and other Puhuonar! : di.WAA ."- years ago this wintci.) Various remedies were to almlnistcr rrlirf anJ to ITr hm>Uh and lui.I'ttiuw to \t\J. Kill k..i White Leudpureextra No., Kmb'dH'd'kl.. Ladiet. Hem 8t'd ITdTtli.CTbric sters. Clams, Halibut Aasorted curing
1ot1 11 ; M, it l l.-een. the phlegm and vuablcs, die suffertr to used but with very little effect or benefit The cough the lofty auJ lowly the rich and the )"H>r.DIl. 8 linrri'U l/iimn-d Oil, e Tape Bordered Oysters Eaguab Walnuts '

.}1 ti" }" stpectornte easily, aud aU,ue will cure the worst fold grew worse, with copious expectoration aud tbe tunkn .. .JOHN 1XU I.I.'H b Lard Oil, 2 thIs Beef Tooguea, Brazil Nnts,
which i if uegeet"JalwayaluaJato! Consuwp and hollow check told that 7H) Krg Zinc Paint Collars Sleeres. 2 do Fulton Market Soft Shell Alaoodt
" pale plainly pulmonary
'i .: or cough, : eye
: AINU!
I &&HEAT AMIBItAI IllS O, P 20 packages Fire-proof Paint. (bbl and i bbls.) Beet
*1i&&;: :*'": tion. disease was doing its worst on her delicate '.' ,barrels IbctifiedVlmahe Oil EMBR'D Collars, Embroidered Sleeves, Filberts
'; : LUNG WORTH.-Thu i il a plant the virtues of frame. The family pbvtic-ian was consulted, and although I. the TaI TII WOIDIS or fits Wo t.. sql the giviiiblvwlnit .. Lace Pickled Salmon Walnat Catsup
'Mfiir.4 .':. vLJcli are known to but few, it has been laid by the he would not admit to tbe young lady that she ".r .fffcr.a t* aMIaud buw.nllYi; to Cli.iulT.rIng 2 Train Oil 1 bbl. Copal Varnish, Uoniton Setts of Sleeves Collars. Smoked Salmon Tomatto Catsup
mlllloui, tbi Uuctor ntllrf If at jour command Spirit Turpentine in barrels and at retail A -
:; J :>' most learned men of all times, that uature has pro- really hud the consumption yet he would give no en You hr mly (.1."Y.o' tliUi malc l rrnieUy. All assortment of Galore Brushes and other Painters'general ilSS7iSri Soda Sugar, and< k%
: }::; ided a remedy for each and every disease," and the courag ment as to a cure. At this crisis her motherwas tb. who till uff.r. and will not ic.pI his proffrrmlllalm mate-rials. D.H.AMES. Silks: : et cetera. obis. Northern Crackers

*s::* dil)verics that are doily made, go to prove itA truth. persvaded to make iwe of a bottle of Dr. RClgera'e.mpounJ cleflClne not fbi pity of thflr fmuilllf.. .! Flour Dried Apple
Tutu wondurful in'dlrlni>. ilurlne the brief period sine.It. D >eemb r 24. 1 RI\!}. 61 Silks. White Satins
'.: ;: iungtroi/A u duulllets the TImed! dttignrd by nntttre Syrup of Liverwort and Tar, and we aie lolrwluctlou, bM rirrbd ImpulnvM te the ..ru of GLACE Silks H' SO BbU. St. Louis aDd Dried Peaebea
,f.J% ; n: fur Conunnption IU healing properties arc happy to state that she was perfectly cured in kbn tboufkudi, jut uiiula Ufa arburui to mmar' who lierrto Wines Syrups &c Black Ohio Flour Nails Candle Wick, *
:;J i jt 1".&:: ? trulv wonderful and the rapidity with which it cures than three months, by this medicine alone after even fore rt&rdwooll'l only M a painful end ml-.rulil,pxlnicoc FloreDee" Crape Liessee 10 Bbls. Rectified Whis- Pocket Kaive,,
.b with nit Lli liu nU, Kiubrm-iitionl. ?.lu Bl'k TarfetiHu
To tin lndn > Otard Brandy Fresh Dates Fig'd" au'd Col's.IiI'k .
tb.worst cases of Ulcerated Lungs aoothiugand ub hope was destroyed: It is useless to comment on such Klllrti and Tula Kxtrarton: and let inlllluii of KlaJtimgufi OLD key. Children's Shoes,
Hl.v: duing all irritation, almcwt immediately it a proof of a CMC I" this for the simple truth will reach where proclulm the mrln of the grvat Aiimrli-an, Port, Claret Wat'd White Silk Illusion 4 Cub Baooo Sidea A. small lot of Dry '

.. : lU adaptation to tbi disease. These lo at tides cowlinrd polished fiction never can. If any doubt the authenticity King of r.ln," a j>.p .r..tion cojipomd ".l.Iy or T("UblM Madeira. Old Port Juice Brocade RI'k. ** 200 do Hams,

. .43'k'ti1. ', # uith ether purely vegetable ingredients form a of this statement, I let them call at this office.U. .- bounleoU'and roots!., pruiluicd by America' own r.ch; ma Sherry, Sparkling Cider, White Ward Blonde Nctt All of which will be sold M low as inrctiertt *

.; ...", th. Lxnitf who art always e<*mpet.nthidzr London Porter Scotch Ale in the city, for the Cash.
maicine that is certain to cure the) wur t cases of Con- : Military and.?"ailal Argus, A'o. Ill), Chatham WewouMiwk .
,' '! !"..'. : utojtionif taken before the sulFerer u entirely pros *,. ..v. r.: of what. u and what fmror.l 14 Iiut a Valuable this KIn rlOnI1l1111..11.olne of I'ala- Brandy Pear-lie, P.'-.'lly Cherries, Ribbons & Trimmings. lit door South of the store of G.1 J.!(.,??.:..
by
:]1i.Hr .-: kated. Do nutbe diacourag 'l,a trinl .iin d> no LMTII, TESTIMONIES OF THE N. Y. PRESS. a lint t.;rry Syrup, :.,. .:'; T>ONX ET fr Sash Ri Vna. Black Silk Fringes, also adjoining the store of S. S. Knigkt -
-A behalf recommend it, speak well and oftrit of it, Strawberry 1 .u.: Lobster -D Will also seO at Auction desired
i any
. bet wilt coinince the mo"t cejiti4l; < ; THOUSANDS OF COXSUMITIVE J'ER uNS FfJin the N. Y. Courier Aug. 80, 1859.Da. and, see are that alwarn it IK uned rharluiblr.by their and affljctcd wlxxi 'hOlY n"I"ItI"'fI.Induce ihrlrulTr4ii TlLajln > Lemon .". rihad. Vt-lvet. Cap i Belt Worsted Bindings, sold, when called upon, either in town or cuntrr_.

': -. hive been d eeUe>l repeatedly in Inning incJiciin's Room's Svuir OF LIVERWORT AKD Txa.-We <|C fncnJn to UIM Dili really valuablu lueJu-ine, Ginger Salmon, Silk Bruida atworted White & Cord Bobbin Sale days Mondays and Saturdays.
.I hichwcrcl:1idt'JtJei7lfeTWl'cure'Lut"hit'hlla\e't !have: licnrd of several inpo, taut cures recently effected they will be doing an wt of benevolence that they cn Pine Apple II Clain. White Silk Fringes, Snake Cord .fc TapaGloves JOHN k RHODES
*v'l llii excellent medicinal and iu well be proud of This U a poKvrfal and truly inW'1' Gauva Auctioneer and
by prrpaiation, one Jelly, Preserved Q''.i1cel, Comm uioll JkVcJMi
.1 1 proved ouly IJaUil\'l'!, but this medicine io not onlypalli'ive remedy fur ." fi"t*al l cll"A".4. ore.. twelliniji. burn,
( t :: '."... but a cure fur ulcerated! I lIIg. It contaiiTBno iimUitice that came under our obssnalion. we can .,., and for many Internal l .m".tl"lt U a rvruiio cure, Currant tlo.Sparkling Pc-aihes, & Mitts. A rrit 15. IRM. 15 ;
spak confidently.One of our employers, who had yet it I U |wrltly hiinnleur, and iucapable of pruluviaflb Gelatine Tamarinds, -
its
trial will
'
11rE't.' deletes'ou* Drug's' nud one pro\e zft401).tie injurioui rlT-rti la the uioal JcllcaUJ caie* ut au'd and colored Kid Gloves Notice.CJIX .
suffered severely fiorn, a long '''LII.Jiu.Jd.,during the ; ithing eiScacy better th t '' t Ounsutnpti 'II wid all d'a"j4; of the Luu;band piht week commenced the iifce of this article, and his It in rntirvly n4wlee. to follow thr old and wbrooutyitvin Y a.'It Powders Pickles (j / month after date I shall present my final at j
. f ; oujing L 1J/ Beaver
; such ,< blood in'i" uold! lia< i.tiuly .1i."ppial'uJ.] of pulilistilug to tbe public! tl1..U&II.l" of cerud- Com Starch, Salad Oil, count and vouchers to the Honorable Judys of Pn .
Ctughf'ain
Lir a" "itti"9 of Cashmere '>
of "" <-rg n/fannf 1 by tbn lue-lirtiie l It CCM!*
: .-. .' the >iZ- andt/eit, U'I'lluxur", Lc. ii'C. From the ;. Y. Mirror Sep. 2, I 850. rates but twenl-tive rent( to try U. Had lr. Hull itukr hi* Olives, Capers, .. Buck OannHetts bate of Jefferson County as executor of Pad Ukso* 1

.# '. CautionTo piotVct our own aM well us the Onomplire Ln BR ORT Asn TAR.-Of the virtues of Dr. flogen' wrllmni rrputHtlun on the Kiug of 1'ulu doioj all aLl WorceMprnhire Sauce, Cocoa. a BTk Silk Mitts late of said County deceased and ask for a dsiaMai i
t ( .. he lUicm for It.W. and such
Bier than English Mustard, D. H. AMES. diseharge as executor. JOHN ULMES.
'
:_ :; suffcieie we are obliged t<> cant on nil to filld: cou;h medicines prepared from the above article, ouid ak, liar* }ou the UheamatUm or 0.uv: Of Worsted "
t-.o; 1" ... the eignntrof: UOMSTOCK) ck BROTH on the it i ill lIe.IIIf'8IIIO'fli to speak; its efficacy in 'j>c<>(lily b.. are uot plre-aiit couipanlouii, all l w. kuoo that December 2 J. 1853. M October 29. I 83. 43 Jeffersoa Comnty. Feb ". 18M. 5 .1

I ;. .": Trnippcr ,.'sout this it is woithleee coutiteilcit. He- curing cough, cold, and other lung coin plaints. niiicli you would like to drive tlieiu away at twu u pouible, Just Received, per E. Remington, Manufactured'Tobacco.

.or .: member this.CA.RLTONVS. too result in cciiAU'nptiun i i. to well eelab- then lUll RECEIVING a further stock of 1
: frequently
: -l; t. .- CI BCLU'S KIXO OF l'Af?(." A FRESH supply of DRUGS ant MEDICINES, AGENCY OF THE //ETNA INSURANCE CO. JUST some !W
! li hcd is public confidence, to need eulogy now. assorted Manufactured
i_; : LINIMENT fOR TIlE PILF.S ,lc.It Tobacco at Inrtr
: Would l TOO be rurrd ahnoat.immediately! of DowelCompUIot .t1. Paints, Oils, Dve-Kt'iffs. Ac, underpinned, Agnt of Ibe above. Company
;T; ,Io... .:' -I is now used in tint 1 principal II If'lllplllnnl I t.in the From the N. Y. Desr.ateb, Aug. 25, 1850. Motery,Bauinier .omplatnt t.nolrra Mur- -ALSO- THE receive applii-ari for and make insurance prices than it can be bonght in any of the large csr-
heed Ac ::1.. Tooth, or other ache keta North. Traders will do veil
bun, Colic
to examine
Craiup any
kltr.t-. ;' privnta practice of our country by mi iuinunse, nuuiMT We have heretofore taken occasion to give our testimony or pain, Uie reuirdy U iliupie and the cure certain. 300 against loss by lire, i II U.i'clc sad Frame Building wmpla
Ounces Sulphate orqnlnlnpFarBrood. before their
' Sb individuals and families fn lit and I incut ordering Spring stock Will fonrjuj
': 4 ct'aaill' in favor of the curative properties of Dr. R< Furniture, Merchandize Lc.
: of the PI LI'S:, and also! extensive! U' E THE CHEAT KING OP PAIN. D. H. AMES. samples, with prices attached to deurajit. JL
1j1.t '.;: : lv for the wire W Compound Sjrup of Liverwort and Tar. nnd January 2S, 1853. 4 B. C. LEWIS. any
l\@tll1t.ft1Cl T'llulityuultls".t.t'roit Would you hare jour Sores, Swelling), Cute, Dunii, April !2, 1854. 16 credit to tat of April will be given where
nd all / "a.q.
advice fur
; : : effcctuayy would here repeat the already given, belie .
8cal4i, bruuei, other wouuiU at
or soy eSc rcj< is
r'i'; ;i. effects are witncw d foteinalty in the following coinnlaiutf pmont who are afflicted v. i ith consumption or any ol a. tU. GARDENTsEEDS Extensive Assortment of thy required. D.- LADD.

!. ,., 1 1.. :_Drrpsy Swilling, lihrutnati&m, Acute or thin premonitory pymptouis, to luakt a trial "Dr. MAGICAL KINO 07 PAIN. FRESH .Newport January !I. 18U. >
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
" .; '... ,"' :. t/ro"ie.JI.inli.llntdiOlttll'I'Sure7'1lroatllnli.tlJ; I ItogeiV preparation. Would you be cured cf ftrtld Urad, Stiff Joints, Bore onowTH OF 1853. PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY
g' Burn, &c. Sorts and Ultm Whether is riflel Asnarw ROGERS the Throat Neuralgia, Sore Hreaac, i.uinbagv.Tetter or King
t'; I.: Sprain*, W The genuine ( on
Salt llUre of Pe'uKmojj In.rct*. i'happcdllaijdn Flat Turnip,Cabbage,Beet" .tcjult would call theatteut.illD HARTFORD
ami fever Its Worm. Ube.um. RUTA EIR & RUST respectfully CONNECTICUT
"t.' of Btnudinj, sure I
fresh long around each bottle and
'1: 1 or operation et el plat vugravcd ,
wrapper aud all other loIoIeltb"r dry or ruuaiiij, we D. 1LAMES.DeoeinW .
JLJL of their customers and friends to the Stock ..
. adulU and children in reducing rheumatic extensive Capital '300,00-
l' upon is sold wholesale aud retail bvSCOVlL lay again aud a.aiu, loua KLXttr U l>1' Jehu Biui 24. 1853. 61
;. welluv8 tI. nod loosening eoti lis and tightneM of the A MEAD. and t11lteCul1WOt1mtut of Spring and Summer /1''nlE undersigned Agent of the above Compaay
KISO or PAIN.
:.l'j' '. \ at by relaxation of tho p.irts: lias boon nuqxisingboyoud 113 Cliirtr! U New Orleans, Would you be cured of King K,il, Cancfr Tnmors Metallic Burial Cases. Goods, which they are now opening. CoD:ting inpart JL 1 is prepared to take risk. against Fire on buildings

: 'Ul'; .. CI.IUcepl D. The couurion tonj.ik of those SOle general agents for the State, to whvio all orders Eruptioni, or any Jut*. of the Eklb canned by impure lOfJtnla and their contents,on themost favorable terms
t.-; yho has weeJ it in th' Ptlet, is "'It acts like a chIlrlJr. .' and application for pgeiicics must be addressed. 'bIUU41tb.n\ UM br John Uull'i impnrilU, lou-riially Black 4 Colored Alpacca Sack.. l Frock Coats F. H. FLAGO Agent.
aud of Pam ezternallt! nottiibj can b. wore LuMre u a
lobe King *
\ : van-anted that will it. Tallahassee NoTcmber ft, 185?. 44
It is )jileane any person try
Sold also by D. II. A nun, Barnard & Maxwell certain than a pvcdy aud eKeCtOal cure. "Caahmerette "
'.*:: ., Cavtit'nNerer buy it unlesn j ou find the fao Nash t Co, Tallahaftnee; W. Rogers
.Ii. :r iinDe fIJuturll!! of Couutock % Brother, proprietors I.o.eee; Gco. F. Baltzell, MHriannn : Jordiin & David l'RINCII'AI.O.'ICY.; Merino STATE OF FLORIDA l
. ...'.t" :i oo the wrapper. Samuel Pule rpH E undersigned, keeps constantly on baud various ,. MPaletots
Wilson
son, Quincy; A. II. Newport; Madison .
MAIV
.* Tina Ca"" IRIKT, Om D OE BILOW _I. sizes of the Patent Metallic Burial Cues County. j f
i.tti: DEAFSESS.-t' Dr. LARZETTS ACOUSTIC
.: :: '.' Q2L t.r the cur of J afllelli. Also, all tbcgo disa- __:July! :_1, IfrM. 26 _4 meow mentioned ia tile accompanying J. \EDMONDSON.VASffINOTON-a % Clouded Marseilles *' Hugh Armstrong, deceased, having this day fied!
4S4q A.
trt'at,1u r11Ji, mHo tbo buzzing of insects, falling of == : nT DRtoaI5T3&)1Zrtt'11ATSTUReUQOUT
-> ee, Wallace Cloth Froek CoaU, in the Probate Offie of said County a wntUn sug ffgesbon -
'. ;*:'* .: -er, wM/r'inj! ; 'fttetiihieh we sympu>m' .f ap S. W. BAKER, THE UNITED fcTATKS. Chambra Sack" that be believes said estate to be uwolreiit:

, 4 ;;.* 1 :, .I pnadJl:1I, 4loatues'. FVrKinH Who have: been deaf f<* ATTORNEY AT LAW, D. H. AMES, Agent, Tallahassee. April 5th.MESSRS. ., Kremlin U It 13 therefore order id. That all pertons Itvirj
FISK RAVMONB
*: /!< fl-: :; t*tihty years, and were Kulijox-l to use ear trutnptU, MONTICKLLO JEFrElLSO.: COUNTY FLA. April 29, 1S54. 17 fim AND Fancy Gingham Cf. claims ;ain t said estate do appear an J file the uois
Gr..vn.EMiWe witnessed the of
i! ,: ::' : lAne rJtf tiMiijj o.-e battle been made well. utility" your ornamental : Brown, White A Col'J Linen in the office aforesaid, authenticated iu the maDDer
'. : TO OEltSW .A D DEALERS IN 1IOR- MIII.h 18. If,5.t._ _1 r Patent Metallic Burial Case. used to convey
'('i'r. : -- ---- White and Buff Marseilles Vests, prescribed by hiw,on or before the 7th day of August,
NEW COTTON GIN. the remains of the late Hon.John C. Calhoun to
."-t5! I.;. : S1i.3.ClZrllOll"J'eJllndrr Olntmrnt, fur the cure < f DU.W.fIU'f.KJ.n; ; and fancy col'd Welting 1S54. A TFX. McDONALRF
.i\ { ., F
)lle"t.;' ,.4.. ',. artij J'\:verbu Fed, Woin: h, Bniio'-s in tho Fl'bh) RESIDENT PHYSICIAN rPHE NEW PATENT STEEL TOOTH CYL. the belief that it is the best article known. to us for Black Drap D'Ete Pants .i
I.. Galled H Cracked heels Hcru'.ches Cuts Kicks TALLAHASSEE: FLA. transporting the dead to their final resting place. Bank of Charleston. .
i-* : U, : : JL INDER GIN whose failure has been Elastigue u
f reported With we subscribe ourselves \ ours, . !-e. on horses.b his nil berxices t'.e citizens of ( respect Merino 4 AGENCY :
: profewi' to t through all of the Cotton growing; State, U ttill alive
OFFERS 1L Cluy, D.1t Atchison, Jeff. Dav4a, M cNAUGHT & ORYO D.
14-: :. Cauim-AU of the above named articles are sold first Wior Eat-t M Queen's Cloth
and) Oflite nnd able and
j e vicinity. to rilll. during the lz.it -e'fon has been Lewis Cuss A. C. Greene V.'. R. King, .
14 18&4.
' .; : anly bj C.nnst'wk ct Brother 2 ht. Pttw'B Place, di- Dr. White and Linen Drill Pants Newport. January 2
faney
. .lojJt. ,.' of Post Office building, immediately adjoining biought t. that state: of prf:ctivn which renders I V. S. Dickinson, )1IL Webster Henry Dot'ge' ,
4 .II'H'. I, miAarof the AMor Ilo.i**, hlt"'l'nJ..rd'JtI, Nath.Jamiary. certain. For bhort Blue and French Cottonade, "
.. ?,. 1 success staple ib. great superiority J. M. Mason, J. M. Bernice, W. P. ManguB. Cheap Goods.
aL.. .,,... 4.nd I I'etfjf '!'. ouu door fi"iu /;/odd teay. New York 14, 18 5.J. 2_ ly_ over the saw Gin is strikingly apparent to good judges. October 1853. S9 tf Brown and Bleached Jean Drawers, Subscribers
eontraipltet
1.
'.:41..r t".l',"': ,' <.> whom til l orders must IM directed.: .Al!*.. by EDWARD Tliis aupTJority counts in its having the lint cleaner, -'-- Linen Bosom Shjrts. Merino Undershirts TilE a Dew arTanement 1l their

.1). :: .: BARNA RD only in i'allabz.sbes, wio i ill the A. PERRY AMAKER, inoie'optn andfrte fiom knolt, and does not cut, Leon County lion.Works. Genta fashionable Black Silk Hats business as makes jIIeef'f.u'1 to

.a .1 I-r,. J'. t>nly wl lea'e dealer fir FWMn. and will supplyeounlryTherchant A VT@BfiitiV ATTALLAhASSEE fk& J biuak or in any way injure the fibre, at the same TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. .4 Drab Beaver dispose- of their present stock of Goods. This Stttk
: at tJlfllll\\.t Johnson Black Drab brush and Pearl Hata.
I :; prir(-$ By t time imparting to the lint that soft and oilv fur
feeling consists of a good of Watches ol
Establishment i id in full All supply temp-
L..4;.,?::;::.a J..IPPtl, Mouticello: E. Stixas, hoinuvile, Ga., FLA. \\hieh :is natural to the staple when picked Ly hand: THIS will !be attended now to v,'ith: promptness operation., and Boys Black A fancy cord Wool A Fur Kousuth Hats ion, Jewelry Fancy Goods Cutlery every Gnus Plitd

h.. f/-.. :.;..... and by one person iu every town. May 21, 1853. 20 making tho lint from the same lot of itcd.'ortl all u work done with neatneM and lI1Jo. atcb. Infants fancy Pearl Hats Ware, and numerous other articles which they Wgs>
'.0, ..:._ October 15. 1R58. 41 -- frors; t to 1J cents.mr .ix>uud more than when__ e'mneA Fancy Goods. themselves to sell cash !
Mill[ to customers at grntty induced
t j JOHN B. GALBRAITH, -- -- n ---- All kinds of work, such as Steam Work, Work,

.1....,:., $ ..: FAIKBANKb'PLATFORM ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, on It tho clean saw gin. Gin Gearing. Sugar Mill Circular Saw Machinery Ribbons of all qualities, Bonnet Cap, White and prices. TOWLE the Sea Island
1 Cotton beautiful, and will Shafting Pulleys Hangers, Plough Castings, Brass Coolored Satin KiblouS, Black! White and Colored 15. 1854. 16
; iJ : I SCALES Tallahassee Florida pin from bOO to Woo
t l :;: pound per day and 110 far as Castings ..; also. Sugar Kettle of any size, kept Velvet Ribbons.
Manufacturer Notice.SIX
'.1 t ... LOG KKOWr5E'F.nEI.Y TKST- f37 Office up-stairs in the Capitol immediately have tested it, the)"lint is in a much constantly on baud. All work done in such an estAblishment Ladles Dress Goods, .
., butter condition for the Mill months after admiaittr
, than from date the undersigned
other
adjoining the Senate Chamber. I Oct. 0. 40 any will be done bv us, with a particular regard Consisting in part of
:1r:. : T : EDALWAYSRIGIITTUEAC' Gin.In to the strength and durability of the work. : Plain and printed EpibroidereH Law ., of the estate of John G. RawU, deceased 1Uf

"t':,. ;. ,1 KMOWLEDIJF.D HTA:PAKD. D. P. HOLLAND North Carolina Messrs Battle
': !; : ;.' Agents New York,FAIRBANKS. & Co.89 Water st. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, County, and Dr. B. L. Hill of Wayne County, andeeverMl Engines &:. Plain, Printed and Embroidered Organdies, vouchers to the Judge of Probate of said County and

.' t February .5, 1854. 8 Cm Qnfnry, Florida, others have tried the Gin on Short Cotton the Terms will be liberal, and all work done strictly for Black White and Colored Jaconet ask to be' discharged. ELIZABETH WI,
:tJ past season and arc highly pleased with tile result March 18.1854. 11 6m Admin ltratr
cash, or accepted order on some business firm in this Black and 2d Mourning and Colored Baregts
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'fH: F+. -( DAVID) C. WILSON WILT, ,practice and Jackson in the Courts and Franklin of the Counties.Middle Cir CapL Jn Texas John the Duncan New MaUgorda Gin w bound, who to sweep purchased clean.-the place Liberal prices paid for old Iron, Copper and Black Colored and Embroidered Tissues, FASHIONABLE SPRING SUMMER

: .: :t 4 pleasuie in calling the attention of his CUI'J.Hr. Oetober.3.1&2! 42 tf first two Gins sold in Texas daclares Jraas. Plain and Printed Hernamy, CLOTHS AND
TAKES that if he bad CASSIMERES.
and the public to theeh"iooauJexten.ive All letters must be addret'ed (po't paid) to Black and 2d Mourning and Colored GLighama '
! s received them in time
; f : to have Ginned wholecrop, it Tallahassee 11 AM now receiving an extensive assortment o
/ aMortment ofSPRING WILLIAM SCOTT, J. M. SHINE & CO, of all qualities I .
.44iiJ:" ould have made a difference of from 2000 to UOOu March 11, 18M. 10 Edging and losertings of all descriptions, .. Cloths Cassimeres. VestinCT, Drap d"Ete White,
, .; : AND SUMMER GOODS, ITTY AT LA7, dollars in his fa tor. Colored Parasols and Parasokts Brown and Fane Lmena, White and Figured Ms

' :@;4' .; ';. which he has JUlt received by all the recent ai rivals, MONTICELLO, FLA. The 60 inch Gius.are warranted to pick 1500 jsauuds P. B. BROKAW'S Black and 2d Mourning ParasVU and Parasolets eilles, all of which 1 am prepared to make up OD shot '.
: ;;( :.\ and it now opening for inspection. In the dicjvwal of lint in 12 hour.. The 48 inch Oiua will do from Gloves of all notice m the most fashionable styles and on reasons
i'. .. July 30, 1858. 80 tljan 1000' to 1200 jKnmda of lint in the LITEBY AND SALI STABLES descriptions terma.ALSO
: ? i ;:. whereof he pledges himself not to be undersold ujxiu same time with Spring-Capes Collars and Vwittet, -

t s.. : r. : the same t rms, by any bou* in this city. DR. JOHN P. DUVAlii proper speed, nnd to run a* long as a fc aw Gin; andin TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs A LARGX AND WELL 8KLJCCTKD STOCK OT

. r Among the above, may be fouud a very rap and TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. case of failure with proper usage, they will be made II C 4 t R ADY-MADE CLOTHING,
. .n ofLadles g"" I.Price Saddlery.
tLvice selection
i r.r would in in Cashmarette Frock and sek
,l Fine Dress Goods OFFJCH AT THE COURT HOUSE of 48 inch Gin ?300. For CO inch $325. To THE Proprietor LadieV Saddles. Velvet and Plush seat, Consisting part of
;f .l r hu friends and the Coats Fancy Colored Frock and Sack Coats Tweed
be .
delivered at the
January 28, 1854. 4 nearest depot or the Gents Patent Leather Entanl Saddles
.c't.i-:. consisting in part of --- aud a Man furnished landing to public that be baa rebuilt _ M Sacks, Drap d'Ete Frock Sack and Business Coats i
to
set
1.-., t Brocade Silks Berage Robes Solid Col'd Spring and Summer Terms purchaser CaMi on ten trial the Giulruuning. 'his large Brick Stables at the old stand, and is now .. co Spanish Tennessee Alpaca Sack and Business Coats, White. Brown ud"aocy ,
days
..c.t, .ot ':. 4 i Black Silk aud Figured There will be stock of these prepared to accommodate his friends and customer .* Linen Coats. Black Drap d'Ete and StinatrCasnmere

, },',"'' _b Fancy Silk, Robas White Fs/ neb C1ethin.g. lahassee at the a Brick Store Gins kept in Tal lIe also has attached to his Stables, a good Blacksmith Rusect".. Pants White and Fancy Linen Pot, I 1
:. FJ: ;i- Crape de Paris Worked, recently occupied by be will have done Spanish and and Plsia I
r. ; Shop, where all kinds of White Fancy Marseilles Vests Fancy
Messrs. E. T.
':. B uaguneamd splendid' Bernge Delsmes receiving, at the well known slaua ol A. B Taylor & Co. fur the sale of their saw Patent Lather Quilted Chamois Seat do., I
4i.- NOW ,'orkllone and Shirt Cravats.l.Tudersbirt.Dnw.era'
\ : U ius. I'lantatioo shoeing, Carriage work, and Silk Vests *.ColUrs.
I flue assortment of Bridles,Martingale*, Riding Buggy Carriage -
:.tdt. i.; style, Figured Challics, a All communication' n the best manner and with promptness and Gloves, Hosiery,&. JOHN PRATOIUUS.
..j; ; II: Solid Ool'd Tan, Brown, Challey Berages, UEADW-M.\DE CLOThING will with addressed to the Agent at Tallahassee dij patch.very Whips, Valises, Carpet Bags Ac, &. April 8. 18M. 14

\, --J. ;. Drabs, Steele. Green Printed Lawns, meet prompt attention Hardware nnd Cutlery. ,
'r& suitable for Spring and Summer wear, comprliiug in November 5, 1863. .U.Wanted .
'i t. : Pink, Blue. Black and Tissues ofdifTucnt styles, pxrtthe following articles: JOHN M. W AIWWELL.GE'CT.. Knives and Forks, Pen and Pocket Knives,Guns SKY-LIGHT D1GUERREAN CALLER,

. ;! ,"I, ..I White Berages Muslins of all kinds,Ac.,.. Brown and White Navy Drill Frock d Sack Coat, P. S.-These Gins can be eeu in operation on Short Shot Pouches Powder Flasks and Game Bags.Trunk, OVER BABNAED'S OBUO STOBE.ri .

;.-tl1I1s: 4" ALSO, a full assortment of Fancy and White Linen Drill do do do Cotton at the commencemnet of the next Ginning 1000 DRY OR SALT HIDES for which the Bo*.Door and Pad Locks,Cast Steel Spades and Shovels HE subscriben respectfully announce the Laj j

;. t.t.: Lteu. and Embroideries, Hats and Cap, Clouded and White Frock and Sack Coats, season at the Plantation of Cot It. W. Williams, Gen. highest market price will b, paid by Collins Axes, Chisels Angers, Planes Cut-nails JL dies and gentlemen of Tallahassee and vicinity 1

. I'I :-t. Bonnets and Trimmings, Boots And SIKTS, Striped and Plain Gingham Sack Coats Win. Bailey, Oov. John Branch and W. F. Lloyd.of _OotoLer 15. 1863.: 41 HEIR A RUST. Iron, Blacksmith's Bellows Hammers Anvils Stocks that their Gallery is daily for the reception of

. :;i ,k-" Tarasols and Fans, Wood and Willow War., Bl'k and Col'd Drap d'Eta Sack aud Frock Coats, Leon County ; Ce). H. F. Whittier, ofGadsden Co. ; aud Dies, Screw-plates Vices Hoes Corn Sheller visitors, Sundays excepted.open Miniatmea taken of aQ

'.t"' ;r." ." Gloves, Hose, &c.. Hardware and Cutlery, do do Summer Cloth do do Thomas M. White, T. N. J. D. Marrick and R. A. Valuable Lands for Sale. Straw Cutters Cast Plow.point a and Sweeps Trace, sizes and lea of the art. Ladie-and gentlemen
; t j !l. Ladi s Gaiters, Hollow Ware and Iron, White and Cord Drill Pants jf Jackson' .f the binds sty
Young Co. :J. G. Anderson and belonging to the estate of Henry Chains, Ac, .
Copt. invited to call and examine their
.;j1,)ttl?;'f Ties and Biukins, &e, Groceries,
.Ii Gents Dress Goods, Fancy Cassimere do for Summer wear, Eq, and Col. R. harrison, of Madison County.. application to either of the Executors. Sugar,Teas Coffee Rice Best Pale Otard BrarTily. Dagueman materials for sale. '
i. i'?ii And all other articles required by the cotratry or Bl'k I d'Eta do 'I lie letter
; rap do do from the Mills Manufacturing MARTHA. GEE, Executrix, BAILEY.February .
.. Compn- Old Rye Whiskey, Rectified Whiskey Gin Rush I KUHKS i
town resident In fine stock .itti ratlxr in the
; \. our con
and
Fancy White Marseilles nv. published below R. K.
Vests CALL )
gives some idea of.the value of Wine, Sherry and Madeira Tobacco Snuff 18M. 0 *J _
.'. \,. ./::,. substantial. realities, than b pufi and outward apt Light Spring Silk Yets. this (Giu for Long Staple Cotton. C. 11. DuPONT } L ICCU t ors. Candles, and Soap. With a variety of other articlestoo Cigars or 11.

; -ALSOA February 18, 18S4. 7 6m [Sentinel MONTICELLO HOTEL. ;
t numerous to insert here.
r 16 D. C. WILSON.
'f'r ,1.,. pril 15,1854. general aworment of Shirts Collars. Gloves Cra- I HotYOKE, Mass. April 4, 1854.S. Tallahassee M.ft.b 18, 1854. 11 NEWMAN having closed his Rote1.1
;: vats HoMery' Drawers, UeiderthirU aud various other R. PAEKHI-ST, Eq MILES NASH & 'CO. I (APT. purchased s ad
jf1f AETIX r. DOBT, *. H. U. DAYJPONIcct articles .ml tI.ll subscriber having ,
too numerous to mention.A Notice. -- -- -
1 r. DOBY & DAVIDSON full assortment of Cloths Cassimeresresting *>(i'rSirVr0 have used the few Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c., titted Urge and c uiinodiOU. Brick Bw1d1Dlr
bales of sea Island and LL interested will take notice that six cSSTcourt formerly occupied u a Tav-
other
which the subscriber is to manufacture long staple Cotton, inform their friend and the public, that \ persons South House
' :i ATTOY AT LAW, prepared to which you say was ginned on your Sealiland Cotton WOULD hand mocths after the first publication of this adver Mr.Goodbread, and known then us the Banner
order on the shortest notice, in the most approved on a good assortment of 'u<-h em by the public that
QUINCY FLORIDA. Gin. tWment.! 1 intend to apply to the Hon. Judge of th mtbtd otinforming
style and best possible All of articles u are generally kept in their line of busiuer-s House takes
drea
manner. want
*:.al'; ::.1 WILL practice iu the Middle Circuit of Florida, Clothing call iu good We regret in not having a larger supply Of this and will be reeewing regularly fi
, 4 ". ;i '. an the Eastern Counties of West Florida. C3T Orders from Ute country promptly attended Cotton to paM through our works : a larger quantity terms shall be reasonable. .Atlruiui: l\tOf Lip of the estate of William B. Brock. yaolicitl a ahare of public patronage.comfonable ,
I AU their will would enable us to judge enlroug? it-eeased. win be apued to render those
: h busiotM entrusted to care receive jironiptattention. t. bJ A. R CLARKE. more correctly u to the re Tallahassee. April 9th. 1868. 14 peoee Livery
.c Z:1.: : March 18, 1854. 11 lathe merits of your Cotton Ciu over the common I ELLEN A. BROCKENBBOUGH, Adm'x. who mal mat his bOaae. The well b01l't '
AV; : DfIOtmb 24. 1851. Zl1 I rouer Gin. Negroes for Sale. June 17. 185. 24-Gm Stable& formerly kept bY' Cap.Newman art-

'101ft.. i "< Copper, Tin, and SheetIronMANUFACTORY. With our experiments on the small lot of Cotton LIKELY MAN abont! of and a Notice.SIX Dieted with the HoteL E. E. BLACKBU&N.

: If.-,. Land for Sale. f'cd\'ed.1I'e are of the opinion that your Cotton Gin 1 Woman about' 22 with years her.four age children Montkello December 24. 1868. 1 -
( ,; .s WILL sell cloea not injure the Staple of:Jtbe Cfctton and that 'yearj months > after the date of this notice, I shall
.tri f : my plantation on terms that are reas- or terms, dc. enquire of F. H. FLAGG. FLORAL
I there is OF
in the to tbe of Probate of Madison PLiBTERS
improvement application Judge
: '" table and accommodating to the purchaser. It evenness and cleauli- April 15, lest 15 !. TUB
4. Subscribers u-forra the citizens of Tal ne.'of the fibre which will .. County Florida, for discharge as administrator -
li lien in Jefferson County, }'a. eighteen miles East of THE materially increase the 0 i i i my SeedrNo Humbug.
and the value Cotton
surrounding country, that of the article and reduce the of John Coleman deceased. "
the cost of buts
I' tg. rfL Tallahassee, in neighborhood of Waukeenah. It ouuuuua- Wakulla Iron Works now in Mississippi p
*- they are now prepared to furnish turing rpHEnnderaigned,
customers RANDELL Adm'r. tile
'Ij it choice land and in good repair with two hundredaDd VANS with
, made arrangements
; 1 has
with aU kinds of ware wholesale and retail in their However these NEWPORT FLORIDA. return home. "
cleared. Land are questions whieh can be more May 20, 18M. 20 fim *
acrts and selection
sixty buyers come the
; ANDERSON see line of business satisfactorily settled by experimeuU THIS Establishment ia now in foil operation. All most careful Planters in "J-W \he
1 on larger Cotton
PEELER. a with
yourselves. The Subscribers call the attention of the public to scale, and in order to accomplish this will be attended to with prqmptma aad. Notice. mentef seed to supply him f
) I 1S54. 18 tf hope to.procurepumand
al ,. their aMortment of Parlor, Cookiag, and Wood Stove,' will be able to furnish larger sepphies J lq staple you all work done with neatoew and ditpateh.AH months after date, I shall present my final ao next crop. Hetaa taken great will pains to farMk sie

NEW YORK. of the latest style ; nil trimmed in coropjet order, at Cotton ginned- yoir Sea bland Cotton Gin. Linda of work, siftb a* Steam Work,Mill Work, SIX and vooebers to the Judge of Probate oMadieoB beat aorta with ADd better eagage seedi than have eter.
the lowest market priee. Please call And examine Gin ,' Sugar Mill Cirerjlar Sq Planter of Florida
Tours Truly Gearing Machinery Oour.tv, as administrator of Lucy ,Roberts B.-wi1J deliver
tbeSUte
; : 4 BREWER & CALDWELL, Before purchasing ewhere. Also, Brittaonia and (Signed) J. L. DAVIC Shafting, Pulley, H Dgt'rt, Plough GAtioga, Braaa and ask to be discharged from my administratorship. Were beeD brought ttePlan w SL rb

;: .; SUCCESSORS TO CENTER A CO, Japanned Ware Lead Pipe, Sheet Zirw Sheet Lead Eidl.yy 1L Castings ia; also Sugar Kettles, of any ana, kepi' JAMES ROBERTS Adm'r. tbes.edtatb.rde'of Ii.Xtfafl wi&niind wiJlP

GENERiL COMMISSION MERCHANTS Houte-work. Roofing, Fancy Reads, for gotten' Guttering J 10.1884.. 2$ '- ",ttI Instantly on hand. All work done ia such an eitaoisbment May 8,1854. 181, 6m Newport, during lbs or raeter_ f ti"1t-
( -I- will be done with duce eertifieateaMteItidsU to .. l
I! Pipes-Shop work of every description done by ut, a particular regard of the PJaDteI'A'o
Jfo. to, OLD SLIP. with ntatoeea and despatch. New Store. to the strength and durability of the work. JOSEPH. : DuPONT" tides furoiabed and the standing I1Ied.
kinds
-The :
: ; May 18.1664> 19 ly l lEKSKINE WHITE A 8LU88ER. Competent Workmen always in readiness to put op whom they are. obtained. the Pit

October I. 18S8. 40 tf THE aubacriber.; baa purctuued tbe stock at goods Boginee. do.. IA1 0KHSY _ATD.J\W6 be the iI White Mdieao. the Vict are the WtsougM

: _&. DILWORTH, Hayward A dolpb, and inteodt biepsag a Terms will be liberal, Bud all work don. ttrictly for QUINOY,'FLORIDA Little Brown. _The BiI White'JlQ molt CIUt r.1iah1. at

ATTORNEYS AT LAW Tobacco. general Horbneat Ifs pre.es4 stock ia wen cub, or accepted orders on some business firm ia thia TI7ILL continue to oocnpy the office recently occuW after i. Kialillipp S the Uiiesired.
ted, ADd b. iOTi. aU Ida to Tallahassee 0. H. A J. !L bat will snppl. either of the othus
received & large lot of the rariou. frIea4s eaR and He bim. place or Quiner. Tki by the late firm of DuPont, addtt hiZD atfsdiIII.Court
; : Movriecix AND anrroT.Jow JUST Tobaeco, which to Ute brando/ H. plf.l, bitDMlf to ItU on good tmu ucy Liberal prices paid for old Iron, Copper and Brau. and to practice in the..djaeuCountiel of the Middle Flatters WIa=H.eaD WJOSEPH- .

) : *. Bsjsnin, (>j ey-'W.B.!. DuTo*, Montlcello .trade C will be sold louse m the oitl' All Utters must U fddreated (post paid) toM. od Western Oireuito. He-will also attend the ternwof D a, :'J, L. DUfiO

July f 8, IMS. fi til1; lbt lGD WILSON THOS. p lU..uV:1J'u. B. POND'A CO, the Supreme Court in Tallahassee and Mariaooa. IT tf

1by 21 186\ January 21, IUs. S YOWFOItY1&. January 7, 1\6-. 1 April O, 1834.

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