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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: August 5, 1854
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY CHARLES E. D\1tE. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, AUGUST 5, 1854 VOLUME VIrnNO.1, %j

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AUTHORITY.L the Senate of tio! same class; ; such increase:J! dtid by the terms of the said act of u igheen !io4ihities within said! Territory during the the subscriptions, to time capital stock of the to the time the first contracts went into operation

THEllNITED compensation to commune from the first day i hundred and! forty one, with the exception o'uiiiarveyed years c'ighteen) hundred and fifty and eighteen I said corporation, at such times and in such thereon, exclusive of what has-heen

A VS OF STATES. of July, eighteen hundred and fifty-three; aid lands as above mentioned ; and all I hundred and fifty one ; and that the amount of I proportions as they, or a majority of them, paid under said resolution, and at the same

that a sum sufficient to pay the snii t ) tIP i settlers on unsurveyed land in sai J Territories I such expenses, when so ascertained, be paid shall dem fit, under the penality of forfeiting rate.

[Public, No. 32.; ] thirtieth of June, eighteen hunu.-e-l and fifty shall give notice to the furxeyo'- general o: into the treasury of said Term itory : ProxiJed, any or all previous payment or payments Approved July 17,1854.Arrival # 45

XS; ACT for the constnrction of certain five, is' hereby appropriated out of anv moneyin -: other! duly authorized officer, of thc' particular I That t e sum so paid shall not exceed in a- thereon : Provided, notice of the instalments %. 5,
of the
Africa-
military/ roads and wells in the Territory the treasury not otherwise upprop-ht--! j tract claimed under thh section, uilhin mount twenty thousand nine hundred and forty required to be paid shall have been published

of.Vew Mexico Provided, That no person whose compen j six months after the survey of SMCU Iavls: i iir.ado i- : do'lira: and sixty five cents which amount at least fourteen days in one or more of the New You, Jaljr27.-The'stesmship Africa

$e it enacted by the Senate and House of tion was increased by tho act approved Ajuil: nt.d returnee!. And sll persons cluinir.s U hereby appropriated out of any money in newspapers printed and published in the said from, Captain Harrison, has arrived at this port, .!4'

Representatives of the United States of Ajnierica I twenty two, eighteen hundred and fifty four, duiiiitions! ntvler this! act, or the! acti s'i< j jwhich the treasury not otlerwise} appropriated.Apptoved I 1 town, before the day appointed for the payment 15th Liverpool mat which she" left on Saturday the

in Congress na&embled, That the1 I shall be benefited by this joint resjJution : it is amendatory, shall 5i: like iiMinie1 17th July 1554. I thereof. In the ,: t C ,
following sums of be and are hereby i iapproprinted And provided further, Phat the urjaltrn ;( give: notice to the surveyor general, or oilier Sec. 7. And be it further enac'ed, That Cotton Liverpool Cotton Market, the sales '- ; _
money compensation shall not hereafter b ally.vod duly authorized officer, ofthe partiL-ularl.rid- [Public, No10..] the p-esiJcnt and directors shall have full during the werk ending the 14th
for the construction and
repair ( instant ,
ths benefits of thi claimed! uch donation wi i bin iaj.rt and authority to manufacture make ,comprised 41,000 bales, f which spec (
: as iltiitv ,
of roads in the Territory of New Mexico I t*> any person receiving ( \> XX ACT to authorizo the Secretary of War power ulators took 4,000 and
resolution. *r being; requeste 1 to do so by such otjicer and sell gas, to be made of coal, oil tarpeat, exporters 7,000 bale, '. '
; of
settl-j and the
joint Rogu-
From Taos to Santa Fe, the EUJR of twenty (, to adjust IM expenses leaving :30,000 bales of all descriptions to the "
20th July, ISM.: an.l filling: S'j'Oi notice in either case, the River Indian pitch, turpentine, or othr material, and to be s"
thousand dollars Approved war. trade. Prices
; cainnt! : nr cluimanli.forfeit: !! all right an-l Be it enacted the Senato and House of'! used fot the purposo of lighting the city of were in favor of bayert, and '
by
the lower
From Santa Fe to Dona Ana, the sum of .aim th"ret.I'roi l.vi however, Th-.t the streets thereof and grades.had declined. Fair Orleans i
i the
[Public, No. :riI :;: : ; Rt'prew' Titativps of the United S'tate of Arnerca Georgetown, or any
twelve thousand dollars ; anv portion of which i-i'.e litiiitetl; 1 by th!...' sixth s'-c'ion of ih act nt( ( [ the j building;*? -manufactories, or houses therein was quoted at GJd, Middling do. 5Jd; Fair : '
may be applied to the sinking! of wells' if required '' AN ACT to authorize the President of the S fi itsen! hunJied :.n'l fifty 'nree in \vhieheluimar.t'i of V/ar in 'ongress be and as he emMedThat is herebv authorized Secretary and 'may bo contained and situate ; and to lay Uplands, Gd ; and Middling Uplands, 5fd. .
,
Stites to to )bj ynrveyd the flourhasdeclin.ed2sl'-4.
the necessities of said road. The United cause Western Canal
:
by unhvr ti aft .i iigLt-ei: hundred pipes for the cf conducting iiiI
'! the f Minne ii belonging : dirert"d to ndju. t a'nl s''tt!?, on jurt and equituble purpose gas !
of land in Teiritn'y < > was quoted at 33s 6J and Ohio
of be under the tract at 35s 6d
expended
to
said sums money riTui lit'y :m-C t.vj p..i-eol l t.i give in-tiee of their! all clni'iis for services I any ot the streets, lanes, or alleys of the said
'. the half-breed n.i.'d.b'i.id, i.r principles, ; rendered bbl. of 196
; lbs
of the of to : or per Cora was worth S4s
and direction
control Secretary per
the Dacotah or Sioux .tiun of Indians, and claims, aball! b", and the iame ia citreby, ( Y. in the late war with the Rngne River city. Provided however, That the said corn- 4SO Ibs. .

War. for other U'r.dtd' to th-1 fir t '>f Doceiniier.eiguteen himlnd Iiuiia'is in Oreuo'i, known as the Rojjue live any shall so conduct the manufacture of gas |! On the fourteenth instant ConJ 4n S .
Approved 17th July, 1554. purposss. and filtvfivn.xcopt in en-ei where the i as not to injure nrivato Dronertv. or eroato --
war. accorJiii' to the mu=tor-rfls! ofthe rf I f
Be it enacted br the Senato and Ilo-JFe ci surveyor _< tu-ral s>'ithl! request them so to, d for subsistence* medical nuisance ; and that the ai&1 pipes ii1i be''I at 91J. % 1 ?
[Public, No S3.] Representatives of the Ignited cantos of Amor- as above pioviirl.Soc. Sima and so fo'agp, Lid, subject to such conditions, and in com-i There have been nothing new received by"
That the Pre-.i.lent sto-es. expenditures, as will as f.r any this arrival relative to the Prussian '
AN ACT for the payment of the civil officers ica in Congress! assembled. : 4. .V.nl !he it orncteJ: That, 1 ii: lieu of nocessa'V and proper supplies furnished for pliance with such regulation, as the corporation -' and Austrian .,,.
he. and ho is heitby, auth-irizoJ to oxclui.ig-! ; negotiations. They have caused, however -
in the Territory of New Mexico tII ltd grxteil: to the of Georgetown; aforesaid, may from
tilt! : Territorvi'f
cmploved with the half breeds or mixed blouJs, oftheDacotah two tmvri'hijj- the prosecution of said: was; and that on s-ich much uneasiness in Engiad.The S
And
while under military government.Be ) tho tenth section time to time prescribe : provided farther.
( by uf the bo
of
n' ;en : adjustment; ) paid out anv mnnnvs in the Russians
or $ioux nation <>1 In-linn?, who a-c continue to the Principalities
it enacted by the Senate nnd Ilonsc ofIXcpresentatives :1 et of vigbteen L !,nin'd ai: '! l fty, for i: iversities trca-"V not otherwise nppronriated.Apprvcd That the right to erect and put up any build Austria for the occupy .
entitled to an interest therein for the tract oi: present delaying to : -
of the United States of America th"iy shall be re"' rved to tachofthe: ings, works, or apparatus, for the manufacture -
make her
I7th threatened
the Mile of !.- nn-J! July, 1S31.
land lying on west : I'ej-'n: ; movement. -
fehall be
of such
in Congress assembled, That the Secretary Territories ofV"::>iiin"ti'i'! and Oegou twotoi gas, subject to terms, Omar Pasha had routed
the
the MsMppi liver, in the Terutory o' Minnesota Russians from '
of War be, and he is hereby, acthcrized, I -bij; s of taft! of thirty ciK sections each, Public : conditions, restrictions, and regulations as the Islands Danube S .
which was set apart n-A gnriUM foi [ No. H.] on and Jiargevo, and S
from any money in the treasury rot otherwise to be & I IrC'.e.i ii: I 1' ::..l! >mji- > I-Ufl', fur jmieritv ACT 'I the said corporation of Georgetown may, j S
to to risk
al-k AN was marching another
mf thy
their ue and benefit by the ninth.; : incorporate Georgetown b.lewtthe \ .i
to to the civil officers under: ti! <> ilir.-ctioM r.i t the from time to time, prescribe or direct. | .
appropriated pny employed \ [ .Jprie Ga Russians &
the of Patri da Chii'ii, of the fi.teeitli >light Compiny. i iF baring the Aaglo-French
troaty Sec. 8. And be it further enacted That army
if said 'iVrii 'TLs ,
in the of New Mexico while <
) Territory day of July, one thousand eght; hundred: suJ I.-gi-laiuros respectively. e it enacted bv tho Senate and'Hotise ofRe if shall as a reserve Gen. Gortschakoff on the other
the same 'as 'under military government, the j Sec. .1." > i'db-it fit- thmtr enacted, Tint re-niative5 of the any person or persons wilfully do, or hand, less S
1 thirty : and for that ;purpo? he Mieby au- I ;> United states of Amerirt cause to be done, any act or acts whatsoever, was no willing to engage in the
'E1IriesdUO and payable to them from the 1 thorized t-i cause t'> 1 be -tieJ to sail pei->ois. in :tnv caovh: '?To: nrphan* have been, or may in (' ins assombled. That David En- the works of time said conflict, as he was, at the last accounts, pre- 1.

twenty second 'o1 September, eighteen bundreJ on the execution by them, or by the legal be, L-rt in "itln-rnfUio 1'd-rtrri.s, \vh< v-> pat ; di-b. Rob-rt P. D.-o! Richan! Cruikshank, whereby conduit, plug cock company, or | ceeding by farced matches to recapture Giur- ,. .
reservoir
and forty six, until the third of March, of th'-rn if living would have i any pipe, or
: cith-r ,
: WillianOf.
representatives ()Fiich as may b? tninoa: ota t rert=, nr ntzlniijh, Richard Pt-Uit, William machine structure gevo.
engine or
eighteen hundred aid fifty one, according to full nd comjilete r.'liiiqu5-] >;iicit by them! H bt-en entitl-1 to a donation under this act. or I F. Seymour. Ai'olphu! I II. I'icknvll and their any matter, cr thing appertaining to tho or same any The Anglo-French fleet in the Black Seat S .

the rate of cofr.per.sation presciihed by the to the United States of all thei- right title. either of those of which it is amendatory, sni.l I pres-nt and! frtnre sopiatt-, 'are hereby! *Ielared shall b? stopped, obstructed, impaired, weakened had proceeded tt> Seba&topoT.
organic law promulgated by General Stephen and interest, accortlii'g to sach foisnas shtlilx i o'phans shall bo entitled to n quarter fction to be .1 body politic and corporals" by injured destroyedthe I The fleet of Admiral Sir Charles Napier at
or or ,
W. Kearney for the government of said Territory > prescribed l by tbt- ConvnisMorier o! tin of lind: on due proof b ing rmile to tlie sair.ictioi : *- t'jf' na'iiand ktVI'! ofTiie Georgetow-n l"Ja: -- so ofTendi! shall forfeit and person to persons the- B.iro Sund, was suffering from Cholera. .I -

of New Mexico, deducting there from Genera1. Land OiFice, in atd: to said tract o! tif th" surveyor general pubj-et to thtdi } hiht:: < rmpnv"and bv the same name shall aid corporation double the amount pay of the \ Tbe Spanish insurgents at the last advicetk
;
such sums as have already been paid to thorn land or reservation, certificates or s-crip loi ci-ijn of the! Secreta of tit! Iiiterijr. have perj* t'lil sce.-ion: and shall !Ij able: ''damage sustained by means of such offence maintained their hostile attitude towards the .

from the treasury of said Tenitory. Provided the same amount of land to wl.h: each: ini-:, Saiil l.ui'l; LII be st i.il'to tlieni by the suxiyor 1 to SMC aiI!! b- sued, piai I Ijd iii'M! | {;-d, in all or ipj'iry, to be recovered in the name of sale! existing Government, and numbering five .

That under! the prcv>iicn of this act, vidual would be entitled in cst: uf :: dlvi; -ioi. ivji-r.il: i in good:; ag'ic'iluinil I.IM!, I nntr'rVwsi : -- J Courts of ltv ars-l equuy i h: the District of < "oriT.l.si corporation, with cot of suit in action thousand, were marching towards Andalui*.

no compensation shall be made to any officer ofthe sai-J grant or re? 'rvati ri j pm. rat:: a'ti.'MiL' or: itlicrwiao npi.TO'iriat-d u.-.dcr: :;nl.iv \ a.cl: o'sfwhere ; to make ami have a or de't. cr on the case, to be brought any ic in the hope of creating a movement in their .

of the army of tl.e Tinted States for discharging the rlaiman'.s.; : : which saiJ ftiiicit--- .-cry of Coi: rc<- ; and ii: case >f tht death ofci'li : roni'no'i: Feal: n-tl th- same to breA, ai: -r co'irt having cognIzance teereof. any [ aver in thos3 provinces. .

the duties of any civil office in the may; be located upon aiy: oft'.i-* Ian l lI la uithi.. .'r or anv_ of haii! orphans, after thcir lami'!- in i ren"W nt plen ure; to oniain ar.J Cstub- S See. 9. Aiui bo it further, enacted. That ,,

Territory of. New Mexico. j said leservation it : IH-.V occuj/n-'l by : ctu, :nor -ball Lave L-n: t1..i.rimat.'l l by th" purvtyor 1 !ilV.i by hxv. flf.1ifl1'ce!, .I'i'J iilati: >n%, nn1i nothing in thU act thill be construed to pre- NEW YORK, July 2G.-The eldest daughter '. ,

Approved 17th JulyISM. bona rt'Je scltl-r* ofthe Irijl': bret'Js .*r mix "ci'i'rri'', ti.e !li igiLt *>r jigJiU! of tV tece-ei! :i gjnerniiv tI. nr : of Ex.presidentFillmore died at Aurora, Cayuga .

fdbl. od<5, or f-'Ji'ij olu>:' j ir-i:" as ii.'ive jr1--! -l.ali v -t :n t..e susv.rur <;r suT\ mvor. I cnrrv i-ito tllVct! t thi act, or to promote rat;-d company* ; hereaft.-r to' be created* 'by county, N. 1. to-day cholera, after a "

[Public, No 34.] into sj id 'IVjnu-y bv jimiiK-i: y <-:' l. w. -.t Sec. G. AtiM be it fmrth'r' ,'n.t'l.: 1 Tat ; 'l I n's obj'-cts and re .ig-js of thio corpor.iStc Co"gre5> ibrtlnt purpose, fiom engaging ii | few hours illness. : ,

AN ACT to provide for the continuation of upon any other unofcujii.ni! Lvj-N !:bj*. *tto t'te j nv 5-i.tns Outi1 a -t.a'id thy acts tf wjem i< ; and' pursuing the business speciced in the ]| From ike Ckurtttlou Mtrcvry. '.

the military road from Myrtle Creek to : pre 'nrti'U; or ;. .v; l.saie.. or uv; >:i :ity ot'jor i i4 1-, i-n nd.itorha'l beit.iiiif t ; '' I ill ill* J 2. \'nl b-> :t Ill. tie.r enae -d. That1th. seventh section of thIs net ; and! that it shall : Lime Water a Remedy for DiarrhceaMESSKS. ..

Scottsburgh, in Oregon : Lmurvf.vJ au '"a, not r.s'rvu4! in ilovtrnmeiit !ttn -i;iZ k >r 'goi \Vaal.inytun Toiritni-.5: : .- capital o 4; r.f thi* < r4io a'i j.n nhaU tiotescttd 1 be lawful lot Congress any time hereafter, > EDITORS:-I have long wished to '

lie it enacted by the Senate and Hou ;e of Hpoai \\ ::1 :i tiiy i :iv' < 'i.f'\ and i"r the jnjrj;"'-< r>t crrvim.: si'u! r.Is imtn: i r.o h-ritln-d and fitly t.'iftjsat.d dollars : to niter, amend, or repeal! lals act. communicate to the public my recedy for ths

Representatives of the United States of A'mfrlca mane ;:in; nniiui.N : I'r-.v:'! !1. 'i';.at ai; JT- ):i ;-;II 1 Tfirito i ". th!" IVfiJentl.ii' t.ii* nLnrf> i-i; thec.i'ue shall be twenty five Sc-c. 10. Ami h b-1 it further enacted That above disease, uhich at this saasos of the 4

in Congress assembled! That the Ptimof certincates or s.-i;; :.ii ti t cii': -:. un- !> t.l i J h: i' S euby. :iHtti: : z'.l 1 lo .iT.juisit; :'. l..ll.ir: .-.1! }.o-I{ *-," .;u1ini-iti.n; to liie5J nothing; i in this net contained shall bo con- year, ia so prevalent in some form: OF ether ; .

twenty thousan l dallors! be, and the Ameit than fix hu<.)drii :.; J ituiy, tu'r i > > tinu resist-1 : n'i l receive for : ch! n1! .'. ,. Te'rito- [ eI1.thinck.! or to ""! j>. ri.: 'is thereof, :a' stnr-J to authorise the said Georgetown Gas but the niuubcr of uses and looictise .

hereby, appropiiated, out of any money in tr acr*>K t-ch. r.-jj: j I.'t :'..iI't-" !i49* .\b">=t* ji w< r-.. I l'ai "-, no'j atio-" and fio.n; ti..r to li-n" may by tin? directors, for light Company to rnak'-, i-sne, cr put in cir- | mischi'eveoas, nostrums, pabk'ahed ia the papers '

the treasury not otherwise appropriated, forth shall li1 -quvliv: jij%pji nrtiitiK'd.) : > nvaily ..1practifjibh' 'vn iis".b lii-;; ?, -hall 1 b th s ITH> as :::<> nv.pr th.' ism0' biif.. l>? de.-iueJ proper and neceI I i culation any bill, draft, check, order, promiss. : has caused some hesLtaU'oa OB my part. S'

extension and completion of the military izini.:: tnoi'.i: c-i t. :ut nuFt -' -citt'eti by liw for o'her 1'i'vl oiLci-ri! and1ior s.rv, vhiil }ifl-. opf-iiKt by apptj-ntrnent, nr unilor note, change ticket, or anything else Hut believing na I do, that it ia a valuable re- .

toad from Myrtle creek in Umpqua val'ey, (' >IU fc a.l; l ii'S'-'rvjit'nu : Atid! pruviii-d fuM'T t'nv s iv"r cr-"i *":' "f < 5, jt, -.i fir as j jtttiv '.:.. .'iro-'tion of the iliiectors bereinafteria promising or agreeing to pay money, intended j medy generally lost sight of, 1 think it my duty .

to Scottsburgh, i ir. the Territory of Oregon ; Tlmt no transfer or r.-rvevunce of an\ *>fs d S ::v\, : I" sut-li otIiT-5. Ti'-y: .,h.Il l! k 'p; : : !, pubjeet t'> ovch! rules, limitations, an J to ciieulits as nivney, or the tendency of' to give publicity to th* following facts.1'Hie .- .

the said road In be constructed under the direction certificn'eh o' sdip' f-k-ill In- \-.li.l. 'hi!i -i-i <'fl: = at t'Jch' pii''e a* th" Prei luit | conditions as. by them shall be prescribed, which shall! be to circulate as money or cur- : public can use or discard them, aa they J

of the Secretary of War. Sec. 2. And be i h fuithertuafted, That tlu- elj.-ill.'io.n tmn'' tL) tZie, ln-ct; amid their coin-1 i and the tocl: r.f the biiJ company tha'l! beiloetMC'd [: rencv, and the violation of anv one of the please. S

Approved T7th Ju5y,1654. President be, aiiJ h'" is.ii-i" by, atsthorhctl: tr' r"'ir'ition -jljal'! li.. t'Aftity f.ve hnndreddollars: personal ; rpertr. i prouilcns of this section shall! be a forfeiture j I lay claim to no rginality in this matter, -

cause to be ,iiscertnip ilu> number ami n-h m l>r ntiii], aii'l onii'e: rent ; ljJt | Sec 'J. Aiid be il j im-ther c.naeted, That of the chaiier hereby given, and shall subject as it was first suggested to my mind bj YOT- .

[Public, No 35.] names of the half brei-ds or mixi-d l,lu< iiv.ho they sha'l;: i b- ei'if'l to no( fees or other the -tocl:, I'rojit-rty, aiui affairs of the aid each of the directors voting for the same, to att," an English writer -on the horse. 1 son S

are entitled to pnrticijiato i io: tli? b n'-fita: n! i-iif l'j'n '- of a!.y kin 1 v.l, ,;<.ue-.vr, except; oo-i.jiaiiy b.'iali: b', :uaatged aJ: comiucted a fine of fiftv: dollars. I aware that it is an old remedy but I believe
AN ACT to for the construction of '
provide the said giant or icacnntiiiu as ;tf'ircsid, ;ih<. ,ie river arti<;il : ti'I I nec .iry t xm-e. by and u&iur ilia direction of it president and Sec11.. And! be it further enacted, That it ha never been carried to the point I have : .

a military road in Territory of Utah. before the is=ue of tli c '!'tiScates or acrii; ( m (U potiti ) r' a.il, on atifcorv< pn of that sewn cirectorr, l ling, sloekholdcrs: ; that time' each cf the stockholders in the Georgetown carried it to wit : that of neutralizing the acidity .r

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of provided for in the preceding st cti'it.Sec. <-itl.or of f-al-i: oiFicfr-s.or! aa\: .thi-rf>!licer, ln; | ..lid directors taI! be elected on, the first Ga&Hght; Company shall be held liable in his in the stomach by effervescence, when I ,' "5 -'

Heprepresentatives of the United States of 3. And ]jS it further enacted: That chirred or roc.-ived fe-s or olh'T rewards not Monday of June, in the year tigisteen hun or her individual capacity for ail the debts have never known it to fail ia several years "

America in congress assembled, That there from and after Ihi passnijc of this apt, th nuthori/.cd by liw: he shall be !"urh\uth remove dred a'.d lilty-four, and on the tame day in and liabilities ofthe srid; company, however domestic practice. :

the, and is hereby, appropriated the sum of' President I is cuthoiS7.d t<, have 'the! land-! from ilice.! e'ch succeeding year thereaUer, and shah hol.1 contracted or incurred, to be recovered by j: Sonic four year since, ene ef ray neighbors T .

twenty five 'thousand dollars, out of any within the said resemsun'tyed Jtiid rxio cd Sec. 7. And l>rt it farther cnncl.-fl, That their ollJuca lur one year from the day of suit, us other debts or lubi'.ilits! before the lost some eight or nine cases by hemorrhage

money in the'treasury not otherwise appropriated -] to public sale at the land oilici-s for the! to be expended, under the direction j in which ball lauds lie, according' th'it such election with bat Hose
may into a. F"peraed{ pnrve\itg li-trict, nnd the elected in theIr place ; can place, when I treated it nothing c
of the Secretary of War, in the construction to the boutidani'S of the several land listrict Pie idnt ofthe United States; i is lu-reby aut'uorized shall be held! in (Georgetown aforesaid, at such Sec. 12. And be it firther enacted, That I, water, with the addition of a moderate doe .

of a military road within the Territory of Utah { recently established by Congress, in the tame to appoint a surveyor general for th* time and place as a majority cf the directors all right granted to the Washington Gaslight of oil after the diari-bcea was brought .atder
and New Mexico
commencing at Great Salt manner a other publii! lain!*. =ariic, who! shall hold hiuilicc at such place! for the time being shall appoint, :id notice'of Company by an act entitled An act to control, and I never lost a case. .
Lake and ; /
City the I
City Fiilmorb, running City, ',Paroran by way and of Provo Cedar Approved 17th July, 1S. 1. a-, the President may direct, aud the loeati.v.i Mich time rind place of t-leelion shall be i amend an act entitled An act to incorporate | 1 believe that it will prove the b.esttmedy 3
advertiav'inent in oue or more the Washington! Gaslight Companyapproved ever yet used for "cholera,
trim, time time by
City, to the eastern boundary of California thereof may: changed to civeii
ia the direction of the Cajon Pen.. [Public, No. 37.] S if, in the judgement! of the President, the jnblic! newsptiperz printed and published i.i the said Julv eight, eighteen hundred and forty eight i The first case in which I tried it was very

17tk | AN ACT to nmeiidthe act approved September interest should require it, and the- powers, tulit to\vn, -'lt I"i5t fourteen tlaxs l eiore the day approved; August second, eighteen hundred | I interesting. The patieat mint about forty '

Approved July, 1854. twenty feren, eighteen hundri'd :iid: fifty -?, obligations, re'j.on'-ibiliii-s ::.ml emoluments of !holding fcuch lection, and every such cjeCt'fl and fifty two," to lay ga* chains or pipes in years of age, was taken with the most cojii- S '- .

; to create the nfijce of Eur/cvor gierah:! ol the :titt t snn'eyoi iT'ii'-iaij-lialibotlte >bal! bo by b.illol, and by such of the. the city of Georgeiow n, be and the tame is Gus evacna'ions. Hetsaid that another would .; -S

[Public. No. iaj] of the public lands, in Oregon, t-tc. and ;.l l' "-. tie as are now pre.-crib'J by lav/ fur the t.chhioltle L5 sb dl attud fur that Iurtoe.ether hereby repealed. be his end. I thought so too, as the last several i .. *
A RESOLUTION providing for the distribution bv ami ea'.h stock- ; Approved 2Uth July,16-t. of the preceding were violent
the act amendatory thereof, approved Fdi. surveyor general of O egon.Ajroved in person or proxy, very t,_. S.-..
ofthe works ol Thomts Jcflerton. ruary nineteen, eighteen hundred r.nd fiftv holder shall! be entitled: to one vote for each ( gave a half pint ot the s.lutknofqnicklirne .
Resolved by the Senate and House ofi three. I IHe July 17th, !I'31.PtiIli.NO. share of the stock which he or thv may hive j [Public, No. 42.] as strong as the unslakvd lime would make it, 'I F

Representatives ofthe'United States of America it enacted by the Senate s-.d Ifr'-"" cf 3S. held, and may continue to hold ia bis or her AN ACT regulating the time of holding the I but perfectly clear tif sediment. Ha had ,i .

in Congress assembled. That the Secretary Representatives of the United States of Amor-: S [ ] own nan-', for at loa t fourteen day*, before ; sessions of the district and circuit conrts of scarcely swallowed it before he begun to

of the Senate and the Cicrk of the ica in Congress assembled, That the donations ; AN ACT iniKing Iu timer ajijircpriations for the timfl of voting ; and the j je &on* having j I' the United! States in the eastern district of sneeze violently! and said that ho was trying "..;-m,._ #.' -
house of Representatives be, and they hereby hereafter to be EBivcyed in Orepe.n (5ont it'I1it.: th conttui liyn of road in the the "rcatcst number of votes shall be the directors Louisiana. in his stomach.* Ho never had anwiher operation

are, directed to distribute, by mail o and Washington Tcrrllorieb, claimed undf-r Territory (MinevU; in accoulaiiee with and if it shall happen that two or IJeit enacted by the Senate and House oft -no Fever, and was well in.alf an hour
ctherwiso the work the estimates made by the war Departrr.Pttt. equal number olvn'es ot" the United States of Amer- $ I have had occasion to 4j
| now publishing by authority any of the provisions of the act to create the '' inure persons bhuli! have an Uopresenta'ived: except as to debility '
of Congres, known as the works of ) office of surveyor gene al ofthe public lands the director:, in ofiico at the time of|j lea iu Congress assembled, That there shall | try it this summer with similar sacceai. In S

Thomas Jefiersen, in the manner following :u Cregon, (tc. approved September twenty lit-; it enacted by thIC! senate the I lonce Rep-j i 5uch 'election bhall. by a plurality of votes, 'i hereafter lij annually only three stated s
to wit : To the President of the United seven, eighteen hundred: fifty, shall in no CJISPI ic entatives nt the United States of America j'| given by ballot determine which ot the per- Ions of thc district court of the United S(late fever, but the patient soon recovered of S

States, one copy :*- to the libraries of the include a town rio or lande settled for! in Congress assembled, That tii3 following'p suns so having an equal number of votes' for the eastern district of Louisiana, which' that.

" different'depirimenta, ofthe PostianstcrGeneraj I purpose of bufeinces or trade, and not upon for agri. stuns of u.oiify be, and thny arc hertl y, approjiri.ited stud! be directors, so as to complete the shall be held at New Orleans ot; the third 1 am no advocate for quack madtc'nes,

nd the Attorney General, one copy culture; and all legal subdivision iucludetf in for continuing tin. construction of wlwle! uuiuber to be chosen ; and the directos I Mondays November, February, ana May : nor am I a believer in panaceas ; but I be-

lo* acb member ofthe present Senate nud whole or in part in such town fciU 8, or settled roads in the Terrhoiy cf 2.iimti..uti: : to bo choeu shall, as soon as may be Provided, That the judge of said court shall !fieve that this remedy can be accounted! for

House of llpreutatiYe; cue copy; to the 1 upon for purposes business or trade, and not wit : thereafte-, proceed to elect by ba.lot, oao of be and he is hereby authorizes to adjourn on chemical principles. If so, I trust that S t
office ol the Secretary of the &mate, five I for agriculture, shall bu bubject to the I 1'or the continuation ofthe road from Point : their own number, or one of the shareholder -1! any stated session to any tir.ie or times pre- I hare given no offence to the Medical Pro

copies; to'tbe Library of the II ouse of Rep". lions of the act of :May! twenty three opera-curb- Do-iglas, on the Mississippi river, to the mouth! I to be their president ; and whenever \iuus to the next stated E a-aon of sj iJ district fession, whom I have ev r re irSad as the
retentaUves, ten copies ; to the ot I 1 of the "St. Louia river, of Lake Superior inI said board
Library teen hundred forty four, for the relief of cit vacancy shall happen in the court whenever he may deem it expedient. Good Samaritans" of the co mtry. 1
sh I I any
Congress, copies; to the libraries ofthe izens of towns Wisconsin, twenty thnu nnd dollars ; and directors, the same shall be LAKTIGCE.
lands of the
upon United States. of president -5 4
.States and Territories of the Union i For the continuation of the road from Point
each under directors by pmnlity -- -:
certain circumstances whether iuch! filled by the remaining i Scc.2. And be ;it further enacted, That the '
one copy ; to the Smithsonian Institution ; settlements Douglas to Koitdaine?, now Koit Kijley, ten up annual election : r" Mr. Brown jcu said 'the Defendant
until! the iitot fall of the circuit court of the United
J were made before or after the ot votes, term -S
,
ihe Military Academy, and the Naval Schoolat I | thousand dollars; of the was honestsud inlelh'gedt. What makes you
surveys: Provided That the president for district of Louisiana
eastern
,
however. That the ProviJcd always, States .ne
Aria polls, each cne-copy; to the Joint I ot two years period For the continuation of the road from the and at least six ol the directors -. shall hcicaftcr be held n the Erst Monday i think so { Are you acquainted with him t" .,
Committee the Library for the occupancy required of settk-rs mouth of Swan river to the said eompany, 'No sir I never eed him? .S.
before
Winncbigo ,
said
purpose 1 they ageu- of tho town
can purchase the lands claimed shall be inhabitants j of Movomber: in each year insteaJ of the
: of international exchange, twelve copies ; to I them under the pro.-Uious ofthe ; by cy, the thousand dollars; 4.nd be it further enacted, lhat third Monday of December, as heretofore Why then do you come to such & contu a ; !
such and and scientific first section For the continuation of the road from Wu- Sec shoal'S
colleges literary institutions I ofthe actof Febriary fourteen David'EngUJi.. Robert P. Dodge, HichardCruikshank0 by law.
or associations, as shall!! designated dred and fifty three above uieuU0ned.' eighteen tk.1 liuii. i baslaw to Mcndotu, fifteen thousand dol- Wnu M. F.tjl..gh.. Richard V.j.lit5. .:1 provided Approved July, 20, 1854. Cacso he'takes ton r w pflpers, and a- **l5t n

by the present Committee on the Library, be, and the same is hereby, reduced liars ; Scymuur.Adl13 Li. ickre. : ways pays for them in advance.
three hundred copies.Apro,42Q to one I Tlia continuation of tho construction of said Wm. E. Verdict for plaintiff. .
yea William Buckucll. UaU Do tim lini c-i [Public, No. 15.]
July, 1854. oec. 2. And be it further onacted Thatl roads to be made under the direcUou of the and rectors of the said company ; the nrst named JOINT RESOLUTION explanatory ofthe 0 7" A man named Stono exclaimed, ** I'U "it

the proviso to the barb section of 'the'act of Secretary of War, pursuant hi contracts to be of whom bhall be their prouleH. uud shall second section of a resulatlou tu witsbUh bet I have the hardest name in tho cowpany."Done -
made him under direction
by or : Piovi-i I Iijed
Public No. 14 twenty seventh September, eighteen until the first Monday 111 **
;] bundled oftiie
i Loldtlieir otlices certain posts routes, approved July said one company ;
l'hat much former
so of.any acts re-4
JOINT and fifty, above mentioned, by vhichall as eighteen hundred and fcfty.l huudred and StooeM slid tha Irt .
SOLUT1ON to flxthe cornpen.sntiou con. quire the first mentioned road to terminate at'the June, In the year twelve, one thousand eight j what's ycur name V
forte of lands their
etqi1oyeri4n th' tracts e.ie claimed under! falls ( and until others are chosen in j two.Resolved. I: 4' Haud tne tbemoy"sad'th othaiy' My
legislative ar'raiids of raid St. Louis river bar fifty
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1 are
that law beloro the issue of the
depaitment there- I iic
of the goverm 'and to patent hereby icpealcd.I places. | by the Senate and lions of Representatives /i arne is H*rder.M tt'jOi''Pa
tho for declared void shall be ,tnd l the It
probibit atowane0! are same enacted, That iucaee ..
CO1Epeflaatun to of the uauI extra is hereby; lepealed : Provided, That no sale I Approved July! 17, 1854.I 'Sec. 5- And be it further that an eiec- of the United States of America, l'ha dog got wing*?* 13

thereoCflesd1vd sucu.,0j the .bene. shall be deemed valid, unless the vondor it shall dircclori happn at tny.'titne take place on the in Congress assembled, That the second Wing'.no, child, don'i yt u Tomr bettor, '
shall ba\e resiried four the I [Public, No. :30.] lion for akaU not section "of the joint resolution ts establish than, .thatT S -S ik4I

by the Senate and 1Qfl r Rep. j'ears upon AN ACT to refund to the Territory of IJiab dv appointed by'this act for for that that purpose cause,,| certain pnst routes, approved July twelve, Why/vstphis paper fays ft-"big dog-e- -
resentatjvos-otheUn.d Staa land.Sec. ho said corportion shah not tbotmnd eight hundred and fi ty two, be hiia an Jbit him so I he's
oi the expenseincurred said jut at ; goes got wings
America by in1 dissolved ,
Territory bo ,
in CongrtM ''assembled 2. And fa it further enacted, That notr-user,deemed to construed as to authorize the Postmaster *
Tht for any I boi' -
ti0 or BO S
clerks, ntesMngers, and other offiers, the pre-emption privilege granted by tLe act euppiccjtiug Indian hostiIitk.I .. but U shall! and may be lawful to hold an e.jJutuL General to pay a reasonable compensation to to-_ _- ;___ I
the legislative department of the e.ril4oyees of fourth fitembtr, eighteen hundred .nid; ,I' PP It
aall be paid an increased corapensatbiTo} forty one, shaH be, nd ihc ame is henbj esei talmwi ollh United Stales of America '! mRnner as fihall bo provide for for by the Springs'by the way oi Nineveh 'and Coven. devil any long-no I ainV* exclaimed bur ,,
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twenty per ceilt. Don the extended to the lands in Oregon rnd VTai.'iiugton J-> I'i'iijjress asst mbied, That the See rotary by laws of the said corporation.s.c. try to Oxford, ami from -Oxford, by.tha way FUbatee tho other day, in a terrRjle pucker.UV.I -

S ?r&aeived byihenB,, -compensation now Twrritoriee, whether amoved or' ui- V/ar-btS; and he is hereby, authorized G. And be it further enacted. ThaL of f'ovrntryvilh to South Bainbridge, in thoStato'of I ,jvhat shall've call your* "Why call
and
HoaM jspec of ftepresentativcs lvely; the meSwicfih. *- surveyed, not' rightfully claimed, entered, or'rosened and directed to cxacjine into :;ri'J ascertain I It shall and may be lawful for the d.-cct-ra, I Now York, from the time the mail Ime a tvphographicnl; spirit of evil Ifall" j

-4 'We lew than allowed to .shall uuder tno jH-ovisvpna f Ahis net 01ibs the'nmonnt of expeubis: ii-rarn-d by the or a msjontv o? thaw, to require payment ol w.is; directed to bo carried on saId route up illes'thUt'a
mKtr.gmof I a'us of which it i is jij nndatcrv, uo; e1a. I zaicl Territory in th- itij 'rt-siun cf 1niIt:

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-- unnuqpbered delegation
the Britwh ti"vi'rnUtIIt but of *
with
msii's m( uUi. ad left him fr&e tonil{ )his j u iud ait have ptovokaJ a rapture the SV as a au.pk of thi.e rv free soil exactions, will be thvirs. ami the curfts of h MtttledT *
Qe towards to (
r&f.Uk4. )linrt, upon the evils of SUveiy, ai.-j the pcrn.iy ot t i it 4siippoitir but EiuUuJ is on her good behavior M Per all these concessions to the Ti
follow
csuf.oulyAr.cthcr: aTo4I-; *. \ftue Ifie vnrtnutl be cinirdintii LU.ItluHtr. I this couutry, iut.l Lcthiug will ensue. ft betrayed'' THundreds eofltli fency wil4 them to their audits confederates, what afftk the Sooth !

qaAfu n to the people, Mr. Editor, and I Slavery: Jiml! elavel.oltVr! n tut IM' l.owu up graves. They bad the Seward candidate receive L
three in C.-ng 'u.s. Let them wi-ice of such extract might be furnished to for the rre*
.. V.- w. il! DO. There are partus now hi l.thiir\ dc fittiiii nmi tLie tcn The Florida Bonds. forced them snd
\u.-l. A Cuiiktttutional Uuion party. e.tnp'ed ofN.rtUrn as ranch as they plense ; mid if they tl.o.st tu cUt show the want of harmony between the section of upon got not a single deehsrta e
TALLAIIAESKE : An alolitionpnit It i< known thai lh. British bond! bolder* hav pre.eated that tb fugitive slave
2.! opt law
and ijovtltra Prmociats ; loo-e// lJufm go-lint at all events Icttlium >Is'' pl'.e-l the whig party in 185 !. The sectional jealousy wa w., received j
} comp.wd ofbome Drmociatv KIK! th* entire with :the truth until they SPO and fear it. TU ti'W tu the >Iit .i Coir.uiiasitn bow itnc: ia Lot, quitted w. until time and experience
it is and shall
5 ISM. N nfh.rnhig putty. bcee tbj
Saturday, August 4 5ot the C4.tetitutiu ; 3. A inisll parly ol 28 good now foreveTf Our"cotitolntkm w that Ilirrtr .* I together on the same platform on which the whig of
pone ) Minks the of the Fulh BotiJi issued made and
for byTeri'tdry. was sooo tbete
,_ pajrmtit fohn !
;,t : Soull.truvhig. *. u tue to the Union as the demo a* l'ro\ideiice that shncM tho 4tiitiIPy ti> tho inntiy.HJI Florida Row profess to stand. Should I succeed in pla makers' have u

.t-I :-S. rRMg.-'lLrc I> uar per annum, if paid 5q crats, but e.o few in ntitnbr that unleis they will unite w dl as of Individuals and that lie will hiio i co x! Fh.iida while it '! The nIattei' Was argueJ tet'IjL.tl stripping this boasted platfnrrn of its veibul disguise for corns time agitatiag for the repeal of this law

r'T' itvtne: $3 60 If oiid within six nv nil) of the tiiw with the ilemosniUin Uuii ie!'* they can tin the South out of this monstrous t-vil. fur and ninut the claim but it will be seen Tie modification* made In the platform
I work of the Seward <.ffered
With of and showing it as it really is, the
l cf.u&rflingtflt 4 00 tA the fnd of tin- yenr. A-1TcrtUewont no guod. Now f. r the qutFtion wjiieh from the following ct.i rejpvtidt-ntc between Senator the Southern -delegations, Omform toZ

: : .One Dolhr per square of 1 2 lino*fur firtt the puities will f!<'V. fiiuwn art, if eh-cted I" If he I'i-5rz lit CltaitlanJ (Ofco,) JfrrvJd.( Wh -) j I M\IIORY ami the Secretary of State, Mr. MARCHthat wing of the pitrty, none Mill be surprised that I said ultimatum of the Time given so exactly asjT,

and fifty Oents for all nub-oqurnt insertions. An- is c'pjH'ffd to the South i.tutinK L.ie-t.' tl.e masuuitiiiR a I Ot t'liiiiio oruiiiu *eo even the lwgiiiniii of the in my last, It will only le necessary fc>r each etct 03 ott before tbe
: m.iJ \ <:* in *up.urt ufur I I nothing definite is yet know by the Government as Ming tf the cvnrentiot, eLat
n.nl.'v'trnt4 Efudii.g one we
r' iouieemnta of cacdidatec. Five Dflhu* ] HIH uj end. A wur floW mn.pncpa, Uie likei'l which in to put their own construe tiou on the nieaoiuif of the cannot supple tltmj
lfiirrlage home* mil .Ir tli< prut ctimi uf our prop to the decioiou of the Commissioners ia the he result of accident
be puid in advaivo. TMiiri'w. OMtunry i ii< sunny ''tKiiiitif L$11t1$ and eiteinrtit hnever been premises : an.1 must conclude
he ttfll he If in fnVi-r of the !e ,!Mi.t .ti\rB 4Atb.' IIi slavery clan e us they did iu 1852. and all cu stand j that t&er
will
12 lines; published *tty- ;
XotRV not excelling known, lie North now, without-flnv iIIslle.Iinlg ojna- S were made to enable all whig to
cratr*. ESyNoMJfifioatfR *>t U> p iUie ti .n tf estate p poph'! \ big 1111(1 ilemouat. mitib in t't're a i1his i- I ik>n', muot wt'iir I1ver to FCC another fuRL of( SCXATK CIIAMBFR, July 21, 1351.Hon. on it now as they did then. F the Southern still stand upon it. If

:p r lets! ? -/" i tiY description will bfveti i the quretuu, Mhiw-cilizKiif, to kI.i ti. Unilory added to this Union. Tl.e North have thepow W. L. MARCY, Siirrtuiy o/Sfatr: Seeing the determined attitude of the whlgi of the I "Whigs are satisfied with it, and ire
aarertUli.R fro ,is ud. ready to Invite their wUre
.11S t ucil the er to accomplish thi ; Doiijlns, Richardi-m, Oh's' | Sia :Having ob'rtved in the public prints recent- South, on the subject of endorsing the fugitive slave 1 party every Io asensble!
& __ aloe on it. and that this ia to be evidence
who
The Reaction. and the f.-w other base-bought uu-ninli % of the soundu
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!y a twtiVe that the BritMi holders of Ilorida Bnn'Js the New York Times-the organ of Seward and *
human (Wli as a Jew d"<>6 pork will bo pitched iutn of their faith, there can Lc to difficulty in
PAPER FOR THE the
CAMPAIN.t. ( of
of the } Wdrrsof
central
Under thi* head, the organ Whies ih-ir had presented their claims to the Mixed CVminJesiun warm advocate of General Scott's nomination-came
the belf dug gulf of public infamy, wheie pliiicnl
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: Florida undutakes to delude its party throughout the | remains will socii Lecouif an uudiitinguirhaUe magse now silting in London, u for the settlement of outstanding out some time before the convention with in ultimatum the whig party of the South affiliating with Sew.

l7"Tlie fioim-iA* will be fun,li-WI dining the State, with the idea that the signs of the times Indi- e t e'I-ruptiou. When sueh pet ale out of the way, claims between! the citizens of the United and here it U: ar J. the ming Lope of the House of Cuffy again ia

present ontppaigu; and! up t* tl.e Ut of }u>v. inhcr. JrYIF'TY ctc u ".eturtiing K-USC of reason" on tha pait I of theoppoia.ta a second wbr thought will bring the South to their State and theme of Great Britain," and that arguments '4 If in the Nu tic nal whig convention soon to lf* :t. 1S5C. as they did on this same platform in 1S5"

CENTS. Thwwill Wlv> cover cost. CYfh) i of the Xebinska bill in the fie States, and senses : f-r with such tools have the S uth brought htid: Wn heard before the Ct'mnlLssi'n the Southern ultraifts demand a speciGc endorsement :I concede cheerfully that the Southern wt&;jJo

c : ib all caees drift acooinjwny tter. about this untoward eftnt. upon question the compromise, they must be to meet not in the construction
prepared acquirie
to(.k to foitf\? its opiuinti by ejUotutioiw fioin tho ct,1 l1uiiiiis 4 of the liability c f the Govertiment if the Umtod prop- placed upon the
i'siti"ni which shall cover the whole caae. They will
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of"l \V which the .litor From the L'tica Ilcraftl(11h'( ) States; foi the plntform by the "Time and its confederates, cr4
GRAND CONCERT. -adiiij; 'hig pnjHi 5, ? : payment of the bonds of the late Terr have IA' vote upon resolutions endorfiugthe finuhty

. ., pLi sa\>, "fjuhk[ ILl Ifti'guiiye fir: more coneiliatary than We have tried compromises with Hlaverv ; they tory Florida, I deem it proper, fur the information | i'f till jmr't of those coinprotuue Iziensures, illhey in- this makes it the more surprising, that after an espe.
lVof sor Fou>*u would ic..peetiuUv] give notice hare been violated in the basest manner llereaflei! Mt that if of them. If demand that I nVnce of two in which Lave that
: thej ha\ e done for eonie time p.ift. In thi*, the .S>wtincl of the people of Florida, to to bo informed rjioii ny they year they seen tlii
request
!tt!' that he Tll L gi\c n Musioul (Vocal) Kiitt-i I ninuieut on ilhstiatcs m<>tt etrrkingly the old ad.ige that we ran have no more of them. Now and hei, efoithth whether thin | the fugitive flare Ii-v be pFonolinCed a finality juttt as South has received no protection from H, they should
question !
was and
bebnrtered presented
the lOtb A >guft, oi'n.nietieing at 11 oYWk, A.M. *- interests of freedom etijht nts1iul1 not- di-cuised.au it vtind-t, they will nl-'o be asked to declare the Ter- again invite their
drowning men will c.itch; at Ptruwi." 7h aitiele of under any pietrme. We draw no sectional stit5l. whatu its position before the Commissiob.and I i iit"iiil i: bill*, the Texas question and the adais'ion of party to assemble on it without explanation
r.t ri* h t'hure'h 1'la, on whirh ctVirivii )lie' will t* (
g Use Albany R'ghttt, ejuoted by the orjau, breathes j jfr lines. Wtf magnify a principle. Iu a hitli; wne we ahit has been the action of the Commission it. California CLiaJree State to bejinaltiifi nit-1 equally or modification. That'such U the intenti*!,

;rk:: nsfUtcd by! bis Wi> ; MWic conflating cflLc iiuetfaskieuable < m ginuiiig to end tln'-moFt intonse i>prH>bition to I eltHie that Not tit aiid South may be leiins unii'
cet.; Seuge: Duett, QuuttiiUc and CLurili Mu- the South and her l.tiiitilution.. Out sentence, i lit nut Mason and Dii'on's line which fhouhl lui uI l, Your obedient They will he expected to pledge tbeunelvn referring to the -NatioiaaI Intelligencer,* Lo iLin3
snd fire
r : men, but the distim-ti'iii between dcffx-tL-m (servant.S. f and their candidate? against |>ermittin g California to Journal/ Mobile AJvertisr" and Iiot
a of
eic.Cft* huh the editor n. c Ticket 50 ocbt*. TJOCCCOS fvi; tie benefit olth tIIi : s.Uie itfible opponents of thin gieat outiaRfWe |, introducing slaves into tho territories without the exf I leading whit papers in the Sonth tu *ay notlimv

Church. shall hope to find still in the southern anti wuth DEPAKTMI'.NT: OF STATE, J f pres wnrrant of Congre and aguinxt the formation I the adoption of the platform by the party ;in fforfj*

_ _ _ 41 Ir WILL HE RrVr.MDtRtD IHVT OPl-CVITIOX TO HIE!( I I IEtC.F1lN States 4f high and i >ifit<.- \\ All
, bLA\\KV western men generous [ t Asui.\.r vf July 26, 1S54. f i of iiu y new slave states iu Texm. these are pro (7/DSDEX
THE CAN VASS. 01 I1VNUV llKiTO llli: UKor -' With them, all opponents to Slavery cuu mule' in nctu'iidc : Hon S. R. MAtu.nv.Of vi>ii-in cnhhtantially embraced directly or l I..y Implication -

1n.tL THE Misi RI CovraoMisr, OITOSITIOS TO 1IILrRI,5c.IISLI atrnitifct the wrong The frccm> of the lie- in theeompVoibisc of 185i'>, just :.s much a part of A Voice from the Frontier.
: <>rriiE X ARK AIUL\I>\ riuui- I the I'tiittJ Stairs St mite :
t.uinnKjt mid at otei
alway* nRiiinst more
public pre tet.f now any them as the furtive slave law. And if they demand
MR. 3UXVTLLLTS APPOIXTMFATS.ilr. rillMirLCi IV THE \Vllt. CRLtl but a 1.ive loi, I ritorv. They will see to it their protect is regarded SIR ;-I-havo tlie, honor to ackno>vle
I mid oUuvnuco of all the rcqurcimnti of the cousti- of the Nebraska bill has alreaily nmd" of ECONFENEE. MADJS. Ca, July 5 lth, 'fl.
The rut'snce votir letter of the 21st! infant, in which enquiry ist conctdc finality of the farmer olio"TM
J-: .'. t MAXWELL, Detm-uaiic candidate for G n I tnt KIII, and n li\it. fjitli in itn Miprcmi.cy, aie also the Fiigitire Shire Law null and void. Who will hunt mije Xljr. C. EL DVKI :-I have been a constant reader of
uitilts the cried while love and ertncerning the prenent |Ito.iti.n of the claim notice to the South of what derflnn
Whig was .1 was
j-iiuiary ill u 4.I
; for who bully M, iuhst t* *nn
ant
will address l.i fe-lluwH.itirtns ut tic lit.K iiL'J I men de-fjwts the Florida Sentinel for
r : j frets \eier.itioii: f.-r the Uliicn. its )lifmur.uy, its glorious compacts made with us ? Certainly no man \>hois of tl.- Biiti h hohlei- r !h iia! Jxjnds, and the pro- |I1tjed as the price e>f f harmony, and how completely it I' severalyearo.and uatil recently

:; places mcutioncd as follow s : pItrcE. hflI 1 pi rpftuiiy' thrill in every pulsation cfCMIV not a bcrf by instinct But' (the en f in not yef. TUre j ooeding of the Coinroisaioucrs !under: the convention was obtained will be seen by examining carefully found always something that pleased rn?. But suite

: SaUuday, Ai.f Ufct 12th, JacksMnillr. ; Wliij; hut.: : are many who will at one* call for a teril.i u of lhConati'ution j between the United States and Orei Britain, of the the ''Compromise Resolution" offered to the Convention -i' bow or other either the Paper l.as changed hand

. : Monday 1 4th, at Bl.uk CWk ; Hire we have the reason in b'ack and while nhj to exclude alls'.Rverrpreeenta'ii'iiiiiC'on! -
intr j February, UK.H claim by the Southern Delegate, and then the 8th section
w ill ak for the iti of the
Many proliil> n
the 1.'e.Itr, mil I those \\hoagicc A ilhit, arcopjtosed Lrpts. I many moons ago, it was a great stickler for
17ih St Fn union
Thuu.ljy. at Augustine ; i i State slave trade We nil demand an end to all compri'inis i nply, I have the bom r to inform you that the : of the Whig platform as adopted by the Couveution a

:: H.UuriNy. ltb. itS t., thi formation of a steti.'it1: : ji.sriy.: Tire w 1.5'S, of the s lutwein freedom and slavery. .1 Department) H without .nny oflieial; infonnation, on the ; organization. We k after week, its columns teemed

Njitli nre alrea Jv urcconciluMy l mtilc" to the extciiROU with counsels for the to the in
people their
i&tjnterri.
but strength
: M'.u1iiy. ; j til.juct.. underotniHl that the claim ha been
'1'arJHv, 'JUh. at Micauoj \ ; of lninjiu: plaveiy, to the ifpo.il of the Mifoui'C Ma. I.niroinihie following extract is taken from wilted to and prc- I (Soialurn Resolution.) ar.d to sustain the party which rallied for the iof egrf.ty .
: [ reported the
by Board of Ci.mVery
up.n "
a letter fr.-ni a gentleman of high eharacttr in Walton K/ovd. That the series of '
men commonly
the nrut
iiKile of Nilraknl'
and the
H.ipo t of the
SiturdarVfJncnJay, 'Gti. lit iii!]>u> ]> Union. Its ardent support of Cobb Fuots

; ," and tltrtfoic to di-Lind 2fch! ut I'I.rbgt..n; S. I am inforinctl by \tit McPhcrvin of tliiivinnty; respectfully iti?. I Leader., gave the Unlon .

I:jc \ *' SOlh, at XeJJlfct. % tiatt1k ; in the Innguigc of the Ttmti, like the ljr<:il.itig up of"a that mttiiy of the nu.>t prominent Wbijrt of I* '. tndi Your obedient servant, olave law, are received and acquiesced in by the whig party trength in Florida, but now to mj atonisbment -

: : Tlmieday, at IVuvi.li-nce ; Si 1011g. di-cijilitied and well oir iiitiil ii air, <>u JelTers''n are opposed to Cov. Hrown on secount of W. party of the United States as a settlement in principle it preach A different doctrine. DijuoJun i in
K MARCV.i
; : SaturdKV. Sptin1ier 2J. at Aligat! ; the e>f of an eIig.flIeIIt, in the l In pc of lainng n bt t. J some tired certain and hvggrd jirt.dnftiun ly the fn'in.I'th4rs his jxn ALuHtunut lint vf3 /"- j I and si*>stance, amna14ett1enientCftheIangeros and its worst fonri is now preached In its columns, and

! ._ ::1; Monday, 4tli, at AVLitc Spring ; teine by' CAlling for \(\ountf! !" Now we a k, iftlitre What is tlii thnt they Jia\c hatched up alreadv I i The Whiffs about the Can>itol sri t >rri>ilv frJcAton j exciting questions stars law which they embrace : and arc far as we hear that tkertojs no party North with whom KB

Tucsilay, 5th, at Jasper; anything very hopeful or cruifHi'itory"; in this ? I enquired of Mcl'hersou but he would not tell nie." have f1tcf.i'iiicc is concerned, we will maintain can affiliate. If go, Uicn bar UQity as States wand serer.d
They discovered that their i ien
attemph "quick the and insist
its
strict
same enforcement uutil
Pi \\er1rt..dt flth, :it IWlcxille ; We think not. The Kryiftfr plainly tktlnres tLot Tlie above is a quotation from a conimunicntion iu on we bad batter go to work afld set op tot outolves. -
;: a heait under the ribs of death" have thus far s5gnally -, tim and experience shall demcnatrate the
:-, ; Thtu r.i1ay, Till) t MMtlirw'n; ; the ntiie \rhig p:irty of the ith i ii a unit in opposition the last Se ilintl signed A Whig of Leon." Though ( failed. Their is necessity But, Mr. Editor, I see b/ the Sentinel tint
party dispirited everywhere, and of further legislation to traiicm
Raturday, 9th, at ntiCllo ; t the rxttnrion < ; ( cannot the face
Defeat
dieguiei '
they stares them in 6usrno ho\cecir
to its
effl/i'ncy
Toi-iKlay, 12ih, at Newport ; piin'-iyju ('ftlJC Nttisi-ka Bill," :uni thcnfuio, cutir.turning mous ecriLMcrs who appear in the columns of the t tctntial impair prtttnt ; Kansas bill, and I Want to know if tbey are
the face. The truth i is there
are intelligent and all further
we of the
many deprecate
: T1a'roJiy, I Ith. at Tanaha>W; Inch Etiitiinentj as these, the Union ia hi no organ, we notice th"s one Inasmuch Rsicfer. agitation slavers not our friends, and b it right in us as Southern men
' n bigs who can see no necessity for running a Candidate question as elangerous) to our and will discountenance
i ;ituitLy. Itth, at Quiuoj ; girat danger fiom nir-re remaning *ig* thcr at the i i1I7 enee 1 is inn in opposition to Mr. MIXWEM. He hai done
all efforts at the renewal continuance of such
.: Muridy. 1 Slh at CbitUb-jochi ; ; (; : Putty than if tl.cy wen: to fu'c with the ubolitiouistd -, collegue" of Mr. Mcrheifwiii, and as bem j proLaMj j or North I Myself and my Whig neighbors haT too
; well, they and why seek to him f fHe I-
il whenever
say displace agitation in Conyiess or cut of where-
**.cP. Tcch1ay. It'.h, nt SIiriiuna; and bekn' wn as tie Alul'tUon 1'urhi. A .5 able to give wmie ibfurmation about ! 'cewiii cfften felt the need we had of friend io nOr e il/ settlement
has represented the State ably and ftithifuh1y.lie .- ever and however the be made and we
attempt
.;. ThuisJay, 2let.!I ni O.mpbthon ; man holding to such option bf the Jt'jiitltr avon* prod ur lit n,* ns w .ll r.s the source of Mr. Ncil flcMd'hemn's may in this Frontier, and we have concluded to
has the confidence of the of all !
people parties-he will maintain this system of matures as a policy essential
: Fiiday, 22J, at V -im.n) ; i* none the Ks nu aliolltioti': though he may love 5i.r
;: {iturJay, i'3.1, &t"ficars: Wdf: ; the Union ari'l be n 1I7 y, ut.l thcru would Le just = rilu-! s to the pullicntion by Ctt *ius M. Clay ttands high in Congress, and pfssesa an influence to the nationality of the whig party, and the that we appreciate (heir action. If we bad
there seldom attained "
by a new member and it looks
cf the Union.
integiity
3I1Jdiv. Is3li: nt UochtVatju.1 ; a* inuth cwisisUney and >aftty ia tfHli.aiig with Uie ill his AUi'.ition slicct, wth( laudatory conimeiits, of I IOo RVnjey we would bny satin and get our member,
like very doubtful policy! to thrut him aside to make i i I hare italicL-ed such words fa the above. t3 were
' ; .r Wt1iLJbly, 2ath, at Yellow lii\n ; one as the oti! r. lIt-nen; th. ie can be no "rtaclioii* -. Itaiv{ : \ letter against the Na=hrille Convention : 5Iaxu til, to get all those members from the North,
room for a new man. What shall we gala by it T stricken out by the convention, and will ask in.
1r ? ]'iiiav; 2' th. atMili-u! ; until tin* NvthcrVLig4 iilxmJ.Mi their i nn.arpiincipis"on \ ;, ii: reply to Mr. C1.oll!! and thr HorMa .Svnators who any who v ,ted for this measure, to give nfl their names in
To these arguments the trading politicians cnfi only qtiirer aft-r ti ith to examine them and ace fur himself
fc'aturd.iy, dl Sl'th at I'turacola. } thi tju. Fti.jii: \t. Lid), unftntuiifct t lr, time five-led that Convention. We remember btartuj <-net wnting on the satin, so we might bang it np in our
t reply hy saying thoU the must be kept -. there Trbieb
party together whether there was one single syllable ibe.
t: is not th'- l'-ist h* ju! < 1 f their duii-g. Tl.ey must give of ll.c *peak: -is itt Madison allude to this faet, ard | h maes along side of the signers of our Independent?,
--- t &f. It is all pai ty w ith tliem. They haven't a South had not a right to demand, e>r which they should
up tluii hobtility o"the | iimiji'eof tie vbi aka therefore 'iicluic: Unit it i is tj that CCI!uhi prixluc so we might show to ofcr children, what a noble st
T- The ComitiinlcMioTi of *rlf.rJ in K refivm to Mr. JIXWELI.. should be turned
| t. : urge why not have received. A farther examination will show
.< BUitI.y- mut c')usint to rtcIenize tho Sm.th! r. tion" Mr.! McPherson refers. If A \\ hig of Leois'whw' I of fellows those men are. Down here we loci upoa
:; ipone to a few icmailcevLich sj pcaid in thi p: p -roftlic out ad-1 Gov. BROW\ put in lila place except of A par j that in almost instance the word stiicken out
_, l the Un..u aa-1 entitled every
cxtci.d
to hit
5 'u c.qtit1 w us > .to lietr anything more about it, he had better 1 this measure as a sort of second edition dl lotlteradeoce. -
; iqZ.... IJthJuly, relative to th-j Know N tJjingi ty character. Thiaji their whole capital, their entire were substituted by others whieh might be construed
shtt mMtttt:< n, c'Luvrjie they 'Rill! )c jubtly laid i I aj-ply; to the said C. M. C'.ay, who i ii better able to | and think the Sentinel before Ion" 'will rri
i uiBircd too much that i \w il t to be stock in trade. The hbweVer manifest
by personal people ,
[ ; n'1 J as cenifonuing to the free soil ultimatum ns laid down ;
tasl l lJth] trjiittrs and ,*
AS oecupin con.in'in gn fa tell the reason' try he publifched it than we are. with me and my whig neighbors that it is * ( j'Bb'.uhetl in theo colimiM. If the author iihcin j sympathy in behalf of inch a specula! h.HI-they are br the Times. The Stlj section of the platform is as '
unti.' Until they do; this: xv-ith vhats.rjfatirance i Down here we .rc all pleased with our member,
:: controv the eulijtTt ant' TV 511 .ac the inatIT content to let well enough eh neandit i is because *
on post follows
isy p. :
i.. : can the Sen' tint 11 ttdk tfc.icj/jutoa arideaciu, Attempt to Repeal tha Fugitive? Slave Law. Maxwell, und woie snrprised to see the Sentinel urging -
uu'il' after the prcscut can > u O\CT, he shall I I of this plentiful lack" of response from the people I That th* series of art of the thirty jtl-vf Conyret,
If that press \roul-l but i-ca-i the} seiitiments of the I An effort: wa* made in the H'-use. of Represent I j ; a C.in.lMata! against him, and more so that it was
Le gratified to Iiis Leart'b content.Gadsien I ;,tbat so many of th wire-pullers appear abroad with i -the act known as the fugitive slave law includedare -
: mersof Nortliun Whig j j. uin.il it -AuuU coon discover tive em the 28th July to suepend the rules to enable! | stith long faces. They are evidently in a blue received and acqiiei>ced in by the whig; party n<>t Mr. Cabell. for all of us here love hint. Wed*
very
that tLtru ia r.o njcm ftr hnjn? t-n the eul jt..- Mr. Kliot; t'fMssathu.etta U iu>r' a
: County. Tlie few papers vrhith it quoV* mike up rc.irly the the Fugitive Slave Liw. The vote stc1 4ft in favor way. substance of the dancerous and and excitin aueston4 we want to bar some choice in the election.

'Sfci'JS5r.*vr.rf -".. .:;' From the acoounti received, we infer tbr.t rtie onnTSi um total' ot there which exhibit the leant fpiiit ef r r/f the motion to suspend to 120 against. The most FOR THE FtoaiDiA.v AND JOURXAL. which will maintain they embrace them, and so insist far as upon thry thrir ar'cucerned'str.ct eu- My whig neighbors do not like to be treated as inferior -

% s Lx opened in indndtn, EO fir us the Deniociatu nationality, arid l the aUtet of thete, it is seen (the ,uotablc future in this rjcvevtbe unarkabla una The Convention in Tallahassee. f.ircemect. until time and experience bhall demonstrate aj they seem to feel because they hate not been

qIJI. .:: arc concerned, in real t-aincst. The ueetit>;; held in .Thgittr,)I even while avowing great attachment for I It1i nluiity which chnracterii't'l the votes cl the Northern Whig the necessity of further legislation to guard against consulted. And these voters in October will straw to

?fcter; Ciniu y on Saturday lost t.i nominate candidatm fur Union sjiil abhorerA <>f sectional jaitit-s, pro. Whig members. Fveiy, one cf tree except FIVE In my last I inferred from the proceedings of the J' Le invittion of fie laif* on the oru hand, awl the the whig leaders arid string pullers of Leon and Gad

;- tic. Gen. AL* breuR Whig Convention in Talkhtwec, that the party in abnf of their power* on the other, not impa'ringthtir
** the LegiiUturc, was large and enthusin claims in the tnmc the nnut ii.tcusc abolition unted with the AKili'ionutu nrd
,as f.* "' vsox, Dr. BoAauNanJ others TVC are informed, *. Only a few weeks before the article fippcarcd !-a striking ecmmfuUruj w'n the! boarted raft *- Florida by adopting without note, comment, or condition of the questions flaws ttttledaa dangprous to our peace, This county used to Tote mighty strong frr thi

&;.5VjJl opened the ball with cnpitil and telling spee.lre .- iu the Ittgis'cr which the contral orgvi ooj.ics, ion" now gf.iog on smorg tt. yo-them 'Ttigs- the National WLig platform of 1852, looked to a and will discountenance all efforts to continue or renew Sentinel's meo, but the issues cow presented by it

:U ; .9 : The gentlemen selected as candidates are Me n s. L_ that l sptr, *pc uking of the pascp e < ( the Nibratku H i ile-ndid illutratcn; r.f their '"lor! for acd obetr- restoration of their party affinities. The organ does such agitation, whenever, wherever, and however are so different, and we find Sir. Maxwell suits us so

4 G.McEixyTt. E. Drnu,JcnxCHAi-oNBtid A. E. GUI.Gcur. Dill, uttucd the following lui.gTjiig-: j Val,ee cf all the rcqulre icate cr tLu C.'csifut.t/n, acd cot deny that the inference was correct I there said, system the attempt as essential tufty Lo to made the nationality, and we will of the maintain whig party this well, we intend to gif hint a strong pull this Fall.

; n'. No Senator is tlocted this year ft 'in Oad d ..nOen. Tlw Noith will not be quiet nrniertl.i in f great Tm% a living fnit'i' in if* s'.f re'-.icr *- 1y Takicg tie circumstances attending the adoption of cud the integrity of the Union.' I hare nevef beard any one find fault with our

.)!.t.H. : t .. Kn.cn CASE, cho. infi2, Loltliug ov< f. Tlie The puople of the Nmlh will not remain OH>II t bile u the C',lurin< nf the A. prpoa Reirier. paraded Of this "Whig platform! of 1852, with the construction I have italicised such ttortb in the above ltd are not member. I[ notice be is always at bis po3talwaj*

, :' ticket i is accounted nmong tbe strongest that \\.M teen slavery will uijce i n the nrftiiiigonwaid battle, <-iy uf with repeal.giaijttiJdR.1h will. 'Ihcv hm"! the {'wthem l>em jcrats. mlr six wcy were found base ; placed upon it by the Seward wing,and it can be ea* found ia the resolution offered by the Southern dele votes to suit me. tad I notice further he is in favor of

.;&# _9.5 5t ru'J in the county for many years, .n J vc ni c g'a-1 to into leturulcES oblivion the< traitnit who y brtra\t
S : .t, P learn that the prospect of eloctinj ri-iry mrin tji it i is TLcy w-'ll c-iect a A iiil of brn s ncjahiPt fclIv< 1 The balaiiw of thoee voting stood uji nunfollvor tie fins of omission and comrni i D can stand on it now." important modificati'Xis were mad by the striking of the Public lands. This latter measure irfll make

:.tL most flaitfring. A lonj and A hearty y>ull will carry ry. No State, whith< r f.oni the west < r the fou'h, law and with the Sotsth defeated ef- To make good this declaration shall bo uiy present out and bscrtiug. The first modification was a refusal him mighty strong with the Frontier settlers, and we
by acting the
it We ore a1o! ratiCe 1 to be lather carved out if teiiis/iy aliraiiy bfl'iwging ti' I Ith will show it onr vote.
through triumphantly. purrxite. by
tjS S j Union or acquired t by rniiquo, .tor puichn. c.n j jvr foil of the fanatics to pea1 it. Li this \ote Southern to recognize the measures as a compromise at all.
S have been fiotn net alone dciro > It is kflown that to the meeting of the Whig j
informed sources prior YRONT tzg.
as we
. Tl'ia feature stricken out the is .
was entirely .
into tha 'nf..lcra' with name
.t r (- couie c i: -y in <>nrcwgiiizinw whigs arc furnWied With another evidence hat kId ; -

!.k11r? cratic, that lln MAXVELL will rcctivs n splendid Vc.te slnvtrv. Tlio war :tgr.int t that iiistitnti j to the Democratic Tarty h one the coi.-ntrv'now Las Convention in 1852 there was much difficulty in reconciling no where ned, and was lone, I presume, ds an offer

in gadiilin. The people nro goiag forlii'n, as we hon will nt Celt' until there is nothing) 1 1. ft agiiriit nliuli tho Southern Whigs to the course e>f their Nor loft THX FLOSIDUX JbVI'tAL..
:i ;; j to h-ok for lie salvation of th Ceniutitub.ia and the ing to the free soil wing. The second modification of -
i'p 'r stly biliere they will every wbie.with a rudh. He to stiike. It wi.J *\\vcp away tinN brut>ka bill ; it them allies, on tho fugitive slave law. It was known MR. EouoaTere the muses of the people
the Southern resolution is of substance. Where
will the f1gitIve Mate law it willaU.lisii | preservation of the right of the Soutk What further I I one
kt hal been faithful to them and they will nut fnil to re'warJ swtr-paway : that hot \ single Northern w bg senator, and but more disposed to investigate facts for themselves and
in tLs Iit-ni\.t Colunibu it do it and far the slave! law is
-S slttvery ; will <1.mil this, testimony they need of the thorough rotten- i iava, so as fugitive concerned
him a re-electi'-n to the r<>tl he Las THREE Northern tvbig rtpreBcntativcs voted for less inclined to form their opinions and conclusions
:; by Iriumphunt iintl whatever wi te can !lsc dniie! without invndiiifj the nc s of the Xoi thorn Wbig anti thcjeliulltn i bf the ( ) we will maintain the same," the convention
filled with so much ability, and with euch entire eatisfrctiun littii.l ljfu.nrantte* <>f t tliu Cvnstil I ii'a. The <-ndaiig ring that bill on lEa pn* nge. It was known that Mr. Scward.thc from the ravings of party hacks," it would be unnecessary -
'.it bcdy of Nut them l.nnKjaI) l lTho struck out, and as suggested by the Times, insert"and -
,
to tie vhulc State. of the Union will incite no tenor. Its tlifoiiti! gr greatest..fall the Northern whigR, bad declared to expose the trickery resorted to by tb i
Wflshingteni Union of la .t so far a* they [tht whole measures] arc ticerned
-vtn will not pi event the ] K'e'"t < f the war. The Saturday, c6muientingon -
the mind the
-- to create imprestsion
nf law" than the constitution seth whig on public
in favor pre
Ninth, loves the Union, anti will etaud by it ulwajs. tb e developments of this vote, remark : a higher will maintain thtni," ,qJz4. Madieon Comity-A Strong Ticket"We the execution of the fugitive slave law. It that the Democratic party have been gniltyof i
but hate nod will .igainst
they slaycry, not even fir the
i; quiet "Mr. Eliot, of Mas'acLIn.etIR.| a ked leave of the still more striking. Ibo resolution of the Southern
. Icnru fi>m Madison that the friend* of the good of the Lilian 6c it cast its .hudow of desolation over lliiuse, 'in yesterday, to introilaee a bill to repeal tbe was known that blood had beenj hed Syracuse, thuhoihe delegates claimed the strict enforcement of the fugi- gross violation! of faith in the course they have pursued

... rauje are .v rvw1.ero Traimly enlikUd in the work tcrrittry concci ate.! by eolemiiroirj.Rcts to fieetloui." fugitive sLue law. Objections being niii>, h* moved e>f ,tr. Seward, ID rescuing a fugitive slave from on the Uebrasla BilL The resolution adopted
five slave late until time and experience shall demonstrate
L-i'.r1,5; ;: Thy pinniae a good account of thrnietlris] iu Octobcr. Tliei is B'HI agntjjh me sol.tary word tosusjmid therul'sto enaMe him to Introduce his I the r.mrers of the law, and that a respectable Southern by the Democratic Rational Convention, held at Bal*

r' r1I:1: .; A rery etrorg dcmocsalic ticket w ani.oun<> df which nflctf! in the smallest degree with tic spirit I dill. On ibis motion, the denioerata of the HOUBCfct ( gentleman was compelled \\ofte for hit life when only the necessity for further Itgiflation to guard timoro in June, '52, to tie effe t that the party represented -
d t.cthier! in one compact body <.f ('J)1s'itioil to against evasion or abise, not, however, impairing if*
a 4uI the that combines intclligenoc *ii'I scope of the aiticle paraded by the s.itne; / a it would in the future resist all attemptSat
; T Leg'islAture, one j ipulojity, i any iheturhancc of i his essential blanch of the clniJiung hi* constitutional righu. Jl was known The convention strike out all by ,

; and every cl about the slave ,
, acceptable to the i p'opte. l''r the Senate-Dr. \V. of any portion of the Northern \\ hg.. There innyho 1 jToinptness awl eiiriif-stness with which Inca who Iwndnruan for those, Lot;. black and white, who bad fugitive the slavery question," is paraded almost weekly id

.:1i #. .. A. BaiNso.f ; House-M. W. McLrAav and C J. B. C.r" a difloience of opinion among thfni as to the expediency h.ul t hir.g in re-istunce of the attenint of Ujecoalitin between their strict enforcement, until time and
Torn. A letter from Madioon dated Le Sltt of forming a sectional parly ba* d upon one upon expe"tience that the Democratic itself
sajs filx'litioniyto unil) tKTtheni, whigi toincrfjir* the not only tinned their bonds hut invited the whole shall demonstrate the of further party thereby pledged
S necessity legislation
' S. These arc nil gentlemen ff nUJity ai the invasion of tbe law
',- ami I think I bound little lit suung they nill re their elctcrminstion tn its extension and 1 their new coalition party are illu oi v. The fiernocrntHf the one hand, and the abuse of t\tir powtisoa the
: and ardnit of J'znotrttt in prevent it action with failure to ngtrJ Ih4
hearty support every f Fillmore and Mr. Webster, because they fnvnred the they are charged a
boldiust of
the Mr.
wtre surprised at ElioL'propoid.- other, not impelling their efficiency. The term /nration -
I U5 't tho County, and a coMidoniMc tuj.rKot from othm makes no difference to the South wbeth r this haded, of th3* Uw and had his infloenceto pledge. Lton." in his communication of tie 26th
t., -. : li()n ; but they did not regret that an O]>|Kirtiflty! was execution brought fifths laws, could not by any possibility b* applied -
; : ., :)! ho Late heretofore acteJ with the \\higs-n .t that exhibits ittelf thiougli .in organized Whiy or Aloht'u n thus litiLiili''il to them to fchnw their detefniinauon to bear in favor of General Scott for the Presidency. July, following io the wake of his file leader, aiks
slave Isaand arrive
ct .5. to the fugitive to at a correct
S 1 thry) have changed upon the quc tious nbout abich Paity. fence if th 5 &tilintlbn9 notjiiug move to t-t-ind hy legislation *.f 1850. WhletierMr. Eliot's Under itch circumstances, distrust and dwaffcction Did not your party, North and South, declare in i

SKI the twu lave hcrctefure liCia'cd, but hccauuo, otTer gf'ing to show a "le&ctiotj" than that there i s t nly !vtinent wa* the result ofa consultation between undfretaiidioj of the meaning fjbe contention in '52, tbd
parttrs almost in tha Soalh. National Convention held at BalUawrt,
i!>i ;: I dimion cf sentiment the Nr.itl.cru upou
lures f State Equality an.l fri ads rtf a Coustitu- a among Whig* final aojtwtineut -
i c' t'ieouncild have well the < a
the B
.wu jmlguient, we no uuan o/ and general feeling was very represented by Seward ultimatum, as laid down by the Time.If ..- they recognised Compromis
; r .. tinal Union, they have rlctet uiinul) to give tltcir gijj >. ns to the propiiety ff a fpctitmal organization, while ( knowing; but the manner In wbien the ftbolitiouists Gov. Brown, ill a letter to lion. W. G. M. Davis, writ of the sktery qneslion, rid that yOU WOuld nd

; -->it trt that party Mho in the National Council give they all agree in Itinirle. we Bhbrait that it hr., p< crcuij and northern whigs came op to his support shows) ten in September, lafll. In that letter be advocated the law admitting California was a finality in the longer agitate the subject, fr or <4<* fn* f"

4 ut. their subtaiuwj tbu [">1atiori hided for its parly. We submit fuither, (leiuly enough that Ws proposition met their nearlyapproval. sense claimed by this whig pnper, then a division of i.to tt
CO
\id of sluccrity by gnat lM
nco Union Convention without distinction of and In this I
sa.a5b
1. Wo nol trig movement, that a party, of slave answering qwry
national formation
L .1.' that the i is fail Mi H to its tni t in not telling the men the State and a state would be an dtOtdtiC
organ dutUu party.
pnncij>le of Non-intervention. everywhere sec wm are the ri &di the friend of the Union at tbt North main propoeitiael-6"&
.jk may of tiie .oastitutiou iwysWith ,
If
Whi's the whole truth. Every Xnthcrn Wh'ur iournal invasion of tha law. thfl organization of the Ter.ritories ,_ I __ A'__ P _.._ -
hud of the Union. ti iTCIW USIa, q r iruui va;
.ciI J who hire s<> nobly sustained and maintained the compromise ia their action ,eta *
: : The Stnlind 1cristeindoing PAHKHU.I.. injustice. including as vrt have riiown, the Rnyuttr, thi eat. --_- menitires, the Southern wbiga will cordially was nnder the prohibitory Mexican lawand a their fcitb, only earring out the great

.. It not only refuses to publish his letter, but f.cc cue vat to the knife Itgsinst the tjoulh, and ought not An election took place on Thursday last in North unite in the choice of a chief magistrate for the nation finality in the sense claimed by the Times, then the latk.g intervention principle of the compromise of '50 ,
; DM
- .5'J .4 nies the 'kni l with reiterations of the trtthfulne the Whigs of Florida to be apprized, through tluir Carolina for Governor and members of the Legislature. but with the fanatics ar d higher-law factions they introduction of slaves would be an invsiott of the and scwndly that it is upon the Aonlder of the whiff

i: 4 of its previous vetfcion of the DoctoiV |ropoiiition; own chosen St-ntbiel, of thtir hosiility ? Wo could Tbe Democratic aodidate (or Governor is law. If the eusracB tberrnet of Texas abrogate the rest all the responsibility of the iwreasfijj ag**,
will not affiliate. As an alternative he favored a national must
..t'f, ,. 4 to the Whig meeting. In suing this course the quote fiom each of these Whig papers, were it necessary Thomas Bragg, bother of him of "a Kttks mowgrape" wbtf convention hot oaly oa condition that right secured to her in the articles of annexation, of thou developed by the atTha of Copgre a on fttf

, 4 central organ violate* a kig landing rule of tbe to prove our assertion, but there is not an inte-lli- memory ; the Whig caoJ-rlatc, Octu Alfred fcrmiag lour additional slave state out of her territory -

i iI :" 41 pretj. That rule is ahravt to give an aggi iecd party gent Whig ill the South who will druy the fact We Mockery. Two U. 8. Senators are involved in tbe Southern delegate the adoption should of resolutions be sent, under by the instructions co vn. and mad her a finality as she stood, a* was Bill.I. When the Democratic National- Contention> endorsed

5p the colimns of three tction. The canvas Las been warm and afduous to require claimed the Times then the formation and admission -
4 bearing iu tl)4 ELUC columns where lb wr candidate the
I thou that no for either Presidency or
.S whether real or imaginary, lira ppeareI..5 Tndrr papers in three lice States, extracts us mniplcs of both the candidates fur Governor having othmtwd tho of those slave tates, would be jua ir.vat'on ol measures cf!&Q as a "final settlement (f
Vic sbonld b in nomination who promise
1 i tbertforo Uihuk held l all tins State. It is thought that Mr. Biagg will be elected or Presidency put the law. The platform not ooly guards carefully
-. 4. all the circutOBtnnces, we the S'ntinel the sentiments by on queetioii. Our malia declaration of the slavery question, it was not tbeir intention t*
would
bad hotor not etplicit
.5. was bound to publish the letter. The cxcuie that it i* Why; reader will look in vain for quotations like these by l a haud om, amj.ty.! his approval and Mprortuf, tbfeeomtromUmeaanre an against the invasion of the latct on the one band, but palm off an infamous fraud upon tbe country by mere

totlon( isrurile. We fufpect the nalr uorito in the columns of the &nticl- it.not being evidently the abuse of ffnir powers on the other. Now, I ask
4. -:-:i" BYiflAR1fllENt -or SAN JUAN.-The Richmond E irad "E'tpnMIy tfu :fiyiiiix S1aVeL a*. and hit di- ly agreeing to abide by what IFM paat-oceue CP
i too ta let hs know what abuse j's here referred to ? The abuse of their
.5. be, that tins letter strong ftU njrpcJ to the the design of that journal party how to that vbich they could not changeo-with*
qui<.r, in a notice of (Us ttansoctioi, : appreial cfa.y repeal or modification of it. flubstqoent position
says the inaasion eo
ecn'fl and t,atrlotisni cf Vliig* f.r the ctlitoioanlurily thoroughly abolitionixed the Northern Whigs Lave power would be nothing mote than of the
rumuion the futuA
I'eilups our con-eptiini of the' grandeur of this a ; to the dale of Gov. Brown letter, and but a the l Ihelr It ou any rtfarea to appWeatioa
hia rtudcr and a* plur
z to plic it l cforo Itiin beconic : ehievainejit) will be sctuewJtat subehitd strongly guarded against embodied thorain. Their design was that so
hen of 2M 'convention.
i p we rtcollcct short time poor to the assembling used itcoi/ld not have appUcaticn te the fugiti.e principle
the haht. oftlwWLy pre% in times like tb.<,e, t- Fi am l/ie.Vcw/tacn PuUedwri ( Whig ) that'Ban Juan was n contemptible of any bs afconW bapplW
fift eouM this
;. village Mr. Cabvll) with many other distinguished Southern that the pledge asked by.tbe far at their* go, pnncipla
4 tbek ta.ra more light than is barely sumcientto We Are not disappointed ; and we do not know after Muttered butt and fugitive feloBs. Jt was the law law. Jt; wilt ba seen fiwn Ihet **
give cinlc cftbe universe reskisg with sortofxlipravity wrtlgt, ieezttg t]>* danger o f BrwanTa oosrtrolling. it South againsf the "notion" of the law, was re. tohl .Tenitoiy! that ni t
in th. Hcrtc all such docutnnts all that we ou;ht t ; ; to keep tbcnj traces. tiod ad Oeo.SeoU tbek frund in CvmproDDJrwof J 20 odl frOhad been adhered corruption. oGainiOtn2 proclaimed endyiogposilion fused, tricfcen out, no wber to b* com
5 : ; U Dr. FAWun-U letter art itudjotj y exclu faitljfuUy brrh North mu the South the people of Who will avenge the /ate ol San Juan I Nicaragua to hhn. And Mr. Cab11, in coeolndlng aVh and hence the pronaptnei with which the democratic partrfanUd thiZIIIIHes ppos tbe oN*

I Icd. do not ooQtnin the tort of fcoji cooiid- the vould hatc rested under tbe to whom the teiritory jmtly belongs, will Jl dMwitd .
They country uietly blighting r ioioa l Coarentioiu, 7
d of great force, appeal* to Southern whip to 5orth unite t with the abolitionists, in r.- platfoc m-printed by thai
;
/ tomacbs. Wi shadow of this aooursd inctitotton of its destruction. The kia of the Mos -I vbolttooM! whig were Slavery.In ngbt on
erel land Inn and resist the trantfer of the lave hw and still tiew majnfain the priwipU<
to the to
*- S raut'wo UK Srntintl eilubitei in itrfrkt fact, to their sham be it Mid, tbty bad gwierolly eb&iins dominion ver the eity, may appeel tal party aisting the emeoation of the fugitive a

I s truuk with the cried be gagged on the iubject, or to refuse to oousin Vienoria fr help In the sitreinsty, free oilara, and conclude with the fellowiag warning retain their party relations. part ofTerities from wbt qItStthOfh4ed

notion of this letter of Dr. I'JLREHILL'I. Here themselves) acquainted with the tibly not without sutce'. There n 4iLZ1 iflt'O
make rottenness that : obtwB. l.all these modifications, they proceed to regW wu &
I tt.tre aeczteuee yas cwnirifntej ,n, but the 9Tcading corruption and dioeaae through the of unpleasant eopseqiwnoei in the dt.b. Having 5 uslerlti'
iiI protest "
was hne.
| 8ut.air.4f tb.y saorifice prinriptts,torn!tern rfyhlt, the to deprecate all further .- way, for afl future ,
of the British officer against the conduct of te pledge party ap.lafen
jHnotf were avoided with as tnuth care ai whole system body politic. The repeal of the Captain Hnllins. and cvntlitHlionol requirement to what thjqr call tk. 0f.cfri4efVIIr
otroag affair baa occurred twelve of the < < pertion" a* that t reoked pS
Couinonme be. taken the from If the aonths h would -oot Vii' ry
tdjtXc Miwourt gsj ago
red every 3hs cntibilir/ the
tLcoh the was Uedding amoti,; Lot b.&Ib. party policy, ALLIS twx. rtij
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V Congress cilbef U IrgitlaU Uv Ty e' fr es tlTat ranp rut over the land, call'nig co \fbicb was nlopted, and the MlowJ-ig un J gentlemen -MARRIED. In Leon -Circuit Court.- -V. Notice. ,f'

tKT k" cr cxchje lt from *'J Territory of the United whig to resort to any and every IB.SIH rather than appointed said ComuJttee, T'IZ: Capt D. P. Ou the 2t1 last, by Rev. E. L. T. Blake at tha rei.Icr.cc BILL.- FOR ACCOUNT AND DISTRIBUTION. T FORrWAKS"i pervwagabst trading for R note

_-Jut I'/ the recognition vftlii priunple it see Iii, principle and f ubsUtice" cf the compromise Holland, Daniel L. Kenan, and Jol ] .Mac, of Mrs.ilurot. GEORGE B. BOOKER. IVq: ) .of Hah r T. RWker. SbnritT and ex-offiein admimtrnt- Jgitrn.br roe to William UafcJre f or o'er fire hun

ituY* rf Coaled tbe Miwwuri restriction. It wa* put into effect Iu the organization cf NtbnisVait On motion of A. L. Smith, it was RrrJttd, That | Wakullito Mrs. ELLEN A, BROKENBROUG1I.of of'the E.-tates of Graham lUris and Charted HUT dred dollar! payable! fa ertniUr o.xt. and pirrit!i "i
': May last. A* consideration bat cot be'en eotiTC> <
under the oonMCt'.M that this was tic true intent and was their voice that gave vigor enl: sj i irit to faction the proceedings of this meetirg be publ'-bed! in the Ioii Countr. vis, deceased, complainant, with, refuse paying said not. ntil COTTM ''I T by

tritih! of tbow measures, anJ with a design to earS and fanaticism they wh-> proclaimed that it was Floridian -
out th pxnC3JA Of non-uteitei4ion in the futurerRn15ati better the capital should be lighted by the torch of tiou of which the meeting joumed.> OBITUAET. William N. HavJs. admsni.tM'or of John HavU. de July 2*. 1 B4. 4h'

vi cfTmitotirt, that the detnoerstie Con- the luceudiary than that the great iniquity" of regarding K. K. SHAW, C/I airman.Jon Departed this life in peace, on the SOth July, at Dr ceseH and afa{ not Nancy Let- and William Lew- Rice Rice I %
and his wife and JtSse Ilaxji dcftndants. '
,
'pigged the party to abUe by tbtm a. aziit5 C- their plighted honor should be p T|>ctratfd- G. SMITHSrcirtary. S. S. Adams', ia liomasville.fJa.the Rer.WESI.F.Y Ia. Mary, 20 HALF tieTC'prinifrsl kcejuist IanJin

cU Viewing tic ubjutiii) any other )light, they and it was the Northern whig ptity who with nc ADAMS, t t ''be79th! ; year of LL ago, having been ITT app flr5ng to the Court, by affidavit, that dtfend1. from Cbailefctou. an l for sale b'McNAto1I'rs OflMOD.

nutuie of thiugi. furnish t<- united yoke to their ard A Fourth of July PIc-Nio- iwarly 4u lf local) '
in the very any ierponded ravings obeyed a'eeufury.a preacher the MethodinChui ar.t, William N. Ha H. rec'idei beyond the limits Newport .lnly 2. 1854. 89 -
Ci"t f'J'uie' agitation. All the wrat.gitngf their edicts. And the Southern wing of this same Me Epiroa :-Jlaung wailed for some little time di. Blessed are the dead who die in the Ix>rd." (r.f this State but within the United State. an-J that ..

ct'i f wh'uh has di-fiam! the halU: if Cuiigiess paity have the effrontery to denounce democra's frrj fit- the appearance in your pnper of a notice of llieeelcbrution I A more xteuded notice of thU goodman will lefurnished i'tfetnlnnts' William L.wa. and Mary, JJauif and Master ia Chancery's Sale. >

*'j traVittcrotl the Jforth and Sutb ngainst each the deeds of their own allies und brothers in the faith! of Independence Day at Pis uli, and seeing *bortly. p. p. s. Jee 11vi. reside in the Statu of FL.'rid.i, but not in P T tirtu of a decree in a cause in Chancery ltfl- .
the Middle Circuit: CadsJen! Circuit Court.wl rm this
teen the reult ('1 the ain.ptiun of powcru What are we to undort>tand by such double! dealing f none I feel uuwilli.ig; that it should pus altogttber unotied. --- B--M ly pending in
Qther, It M mdeifd. That the tefen.lantVillisin! N. 1Iavi* Southern life Insurance and Trust Company i ic corn _
to IcgiMate for TeintonesC j jo Was it the intention of the whig id '52 to I theiefore send you a brief tkcUh tlif-Kcf. Committed filed) bf"rt; the
) will
the pit r.fCotigres party pass a do anpcar a>id answer the bill on or phmant nndT!>onMS Aiiils i dfeudant. xie xx -
C 'n the tegulatiou f wlucb} they should be cheat upon the country by pretending to endorse In May lust, our Quartrly dnifiiouee fvaiinj that I 0 the Jail of Leon County on Thnrs'l.iy, I first Monday in December ut xt. and that said William se at public outcry for cash before the Court Uoii a

act (k'i themselves. So long as the causeTenftine.l measures nud principles they Dtt ir intended to some adverse gule, coinlrg in contact with the receding Ast ". 1854. a NPRIV b<'v wh'i sav* hi* LfT\i and Mary Lewis his wife mid) Je-se Ha\isdo door in the tutu if Qulney.: ; ithm legal} bours,en Mr'n-'
ft frte to carryout JS. name Is'JERRY. And that ho Iwlonc to Ri.-h also! and the said bill Kford the the of the follow duscnhed
I appear answer on or flay 7 th day Augu Celt, bg ;
fiillow this I Wis all their assumed ]love wave of intemperance, tni ht roll back i its fiery billon! -
effect must -so long BS of quiet and horror
the pew- nnl Havgmx! of Gftds-lf-n County. Said negro i i' a- nrt Monday In October next ; otherwise the conj- property to-wit ; ;
must Letbt of agitation a act (to catch" upon b and drive the little bark of Tempeiaitee from bout feft 10 inches hijrh. brown front
w ywz61'agitation cousequeuce. only trap votes, fur ; 5 complexion phiinnnt's bill shall be taken pro minfcsoo acarnst them Three slave, Kvuben. aped about 28 years; Jack, '

tr %' CctIvclitiufl undcutood th* ComproTrt i their own selfi.h purposes j" What other cnu'dasi-.n under the lee of true patiiotism, requested all ourmin- ; let-tb protniiifnt and a little apart. The owner will j respectively ; RIK! it is further ordered that publicaj aged a'-out :S4 years ; Sarah r.gcdatuut 33 yttri.
'11 % tt with th* ferm of the !Inw and take him j I ol tins order be made in of the Tallmhas'ce laud towit -
surging the slaveiy agitation for the ra- can be arrived at, thtn that n fiaud the : istcrs to hoi-.t the Temperance banner on the walls of ; comply mvav.II. one Also the fcjlowing ;
tC>,,0 upon peojle T. LOCKER.. Sheriff and Jail.-r.! [ papers once a week 1ir fimr months preceding said The y E J of Sec 13, T 2, N of R 2. W : the \T I
tll t da* bc'.ifvd it removed this cause-that. it was d *igned } Su h as a specimen of the denmgoguei Zion on the 4th of July, and raise the Tar-cry ugaiust Antut5.15t. SI j j I st Monday! in December next.Or.lered'at of X W i of Sec 17, T i. N of i: 2. Wezeepting i fr.mench

(00 .j >igrrti v f this dangerous jwwer, IUkI luveej j i of hijrgery J Alcohol, while the star-Epnnglfcd banner was flung far } Chambers, August Is). A.P. 1854. of rai J tracts forty acres, conveyed by 1 borowMill.

pe"p5o i-f the Terrlt4Ik with the exclusive ] Lfcon" manifest great anxiety to know what and n ide t to the breeze, tell;ng of proud achievement I A Great Bargain. I|I AT CiMMJIhw. J. WAYI.F.S BAKER.Atatit5 to James Tl.omat.tv deed dnft-H July 7.; leS.1 ; ,z -..,.

:tttbt toaJuiit or exclude la very, uutrammtll \>j Judge Douglas Bill as fit for williout Mr. Dixon's won by the lion heart an 1 eagle eye of our nation in | TlIE ubPib his intending to move to the W.t t. r>t 1831. :SI;i 4m Jn.g! < and the'S D J of X YV I of Sec 17, T ;i. v?. of R. 2, ? ? ''
j-jjt: for sale plantation containing 880 .trrft | \V, containing in all 10 asres.IlUOll .
JUT stipiiwr po tT. That this was und utood to he 1 j amendment f As far us the Teiritories organized by combat with a foe ks insidious indeed and less to luI 1 1fcaied of land with all his stock of about 200 head of Cuttle.5f A Mill Wright and General Manager ARCHEK.JR, J Srx-cinlJIas'en -! *: *

the! greg piiticiple! of that compromise at the time ofit that bill tiro cfuceined, the "amendment" did ua't j in-- than Alcohol. This moral Charybdis makes a head of H"2 or mor All the crops now vnwI I'1 Wanted. HAT FA T, BLOCKEr ) iu Chancery.JulvI.l5I. .

*' *J"pti"U is tvct Senator Douglass, hunnolfti.e CrtIe its value one j jt or little. The questiui of alaI j wreck: of sul and b >dy-this mental an I physical ) int. con5 tio of Corn. Pens, Pnlnto s. nd Fo Mer. al-1) } : ANTED IMMEDIATELY, a -nitaWipron- 2'Notice -

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hen State Ciim-titution formed. And aad the unfaithful vcvsgci 0:1 the stormy sea if' of suitable out t.l.hirrs. tc. for a ciidilnr "' *
T tijr as : buildirg ,
October
clurid HI a *p JSDO, llmt these tneustiiefi aie predicated onXhepeat to its repealing the Missouri Compromise in pocitive j life. Our beet citizens fall into it t<>ri eno more__.our j will do well to call and ex.tminitlte premises very saw Mill at some point on tl.o Tallaha-i-ee branch of -I aain.tt the state <-f Grffirl M. FlrleW; lately ,, ,t Id
duly
I most prou.iejng youths fall into it to rise they miss good bargain '. the Plank Road. A capable ptr-"i ichamctrr f ceajelof todsden) to rnnt them to tlas
fjmlameutal that ev< jveopleMij't.t te'tms, 1 Lave alieudy MJOWII that no such action a* no more; POOC w may < Comity ? *, '
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principle ry ( im1u.tl ( nCd applv t< H' pKtn eiiuiILla,
I ; tii *
P.EXJAMTN E vflitor within thf \
RYRD. nniJcTs5gne Pr'rebeuI v -
the of fciKiing nnd icgulatiuglliirtwn ; iKces'ary, as it was superceded by the rule! of action '> mLU l yet vie fee the liying gtnciatU'U reeling un.lerthe Tallahee, or DANIEL 'LAD >, Prei., Ncaptrt. > '
; jHfess light ( Fort Stansbnry Wakulla] County, Florida. i law.otherwise thu notice will be j-liaded In bar; arwl ,.
ir4teinal conceits and duuiMtv* in tituticu*' laid] down in the coinpr huiutr were there-many in the ardent strength .- : -- WANTED 5 or 10) p-wl R. ly nfjrro men '
."' Here is laid down what would lift have been ucCcssfliy but fvT the bad faith o.hlV'i5 \I-SO paymetit immediattlv. .
in their <>w u we eee
r.y I Stop the Runaway. i: working on and) ui iut above namt'4 Mill for '
t-f the ln'nf summer, tome in tht-H-re and yellow leaf ofbir 7.ABUD FLETCHER. Ejwntor. .
;hig
tie author conceived to I* the general principle of the) party.I whiL'Ii good A 8H will be given and well '
from negroes
r\\KF.N the Stable of P. R Rn.kaw. of Tal.lalia.iee. .Tnlr 1.1 % t <; 6w *
nututiju 1 few in the incluJiu' -
1 ill the miller Mr. Editor *<- au a jI1C ci winter .
uot
the Tctntorics, v j'flrit1C cubjH until curtl fur. above. -
1.3::, nuking no tVifliiiclion between Sy J. r>n th" morning, of the 2Fith July.JvSJI I, Apply es I
1 the down" thifatcned I.eon.' of thiee fcoie years, but Fiin hinp seemed to play on Contract fir fejrailiiii: and) wiil.nin the prc=en? Fresh Groceries "
"raking
i itSoilb or South cf Sfi SO. It wins tended t> bei get by a fine SORREL HOUSE. S: ,!d-! nnd Mri-lle. I by n i

umeisul >nlicvtif: n to TYiritory\ of the Ui>iU, your man calling, luimehf WM. H. TIOX, fuirmerlv Road from Newport to Tunipki'r* Mill willbiv -nt TER Schooner Ww. R. Ptjte \ .I

< j th <.uM.HC-h.ff, aud tau! jicJ be he w ho r tciie hold, 1 and if tie CiIUtct had etn with him of (Jalh, the Rev of ntt'i County, and a reMent r-t Allijitor. En "t -> the I luweuut grind and reipout-if.le party appH in lwtw *- al"iic the belief that f. and) 10th of Particulur which
: But be vat uot au unit enthi- August. t>f can
fr'-m Decemb until ft do CI- flj
I 1 Florid Mav. and latterly ar
Janus Pech with 1 Ja mud would
t..tu' liig have
cmIru1ite of *i'J auniJlfd ll c llibwnni jet-trKtii-n. enugLw slain from Tliornfl'ilt". (Ga, from whon o h* came t'u thii,. i .iiivbf! miilcrstood) by seeing the work. I will go IC dl.) Suouljey .

All the abol.fi in member -f tltep i 'eut O4>rgre )l.n A YOUNG VOTER. the uiicin-umcised I'bilitii. Hut the monster he citv. Sai'l TldON can b- reco2rniwd. with tow' jartv desirous of taking the jch at any time. 3 Tierces SU ;.IT Cure I Hirr., ; :; .
? ---- fought) with was hydra Leaded and it took pebbles of he nrist belong to the Slnnzhne July 'J.151. 30 D. LAUD. i7 1hL. Fb.ur.
iu1ri' ttimttv) rwieurreil ii> that ojifiidn. LT} nn the j i as Stoot. brinjr o r up'rie ,.: '
< Democratic Meeting in Gadsdca- tiuth lances of fret five jvtei.! 's liltfb.; Ifi. Imd 4(> d Family Extra Plour *
ifitrodarfioD (d the VbiaaJva Hill, th-so abolition arrows of conviction, irony, and the a x on a hlnck FrocV Land for Sale. t
1iut
Coat. LiT-n Pant? and Straw IJat. H<' endeavor-.! 25 do WTintlfey, ,*!' .
Put iaiit to pri\5om notice a large and ; HG.ijiion la.-h of aaicasm all to mutilate the mon'tir- lisJL
t.mfrJet.att.W) i xiM-d n cinrular to tl eir Xirilini I icspictaj i t AAuent denouncing it us a ri-peal c-f &lre Jliisouiifft'nctico j i hie poi lion of the Democracy: of (iaoVdeu County invt ithstandJDj the atitient opinion that we lau't II i Accounts teceJved here show pretty coticjusirclv tint kuow tract of laml r<.&tairiiuj! "fiU; arrcs. on th>- ZOO Bushels Corn. ... .

aa H "gn-M i iii1ti.izi t>f AEacied ple'lK*,", at (lie Cvnrt HOI.M iu (Juincy cni Satuiday, Ji.ly 2? I iigiit the Devil with file, 1 thitjk water will bemoie1S'iccis 1 he iu. a wrt'v.imniate eeniin.lr?. TVentv dollarrf: Ocilla river and krin a Sandy lord ; two lmn.lr 0uu Fm Havana Segsro, *"'.

saJ cnl'ing upon their iibitJuufriouJ to ULite iu a-. 1S54, when *.ii moti< u of Johfph H. Dupuit) l ,cqCapt. (, >fjl. After the addrt-s-s we had inu=ic, VKal 'ward w ill b* given for his si-prehvii'ion.! rr for aivinf"rinatii'ii aerea ottui.tinurerl of whi"h! acres is hammock tire elert-I., the balance A li' W pine tf-re of which liouceu Dried Beef ..

R. K. SHAW woa called to ihc Clue and and instrumental, suited to the occasi'ni, led by Profit- inni may ieaa tone ooTcrr of ejJ and) is 4u.aiiroiui. ,
d.ptn; rneaswc.s to cruh t. fl.c v-y usa tpnlIiLttly horse l by Bpplvinjj to 1*. R BROKAW.P fin the pli: <*9 hire R j w.'t fRccik -pt. a Jk'k.gnn Sausage, : -

bawdUiis ('1p2111c'n-tbe f'a1jie'sih! tL'va JOHN G. SMITH jtjTcujted Sccielary. '1 t-or 1'olflom. The Sum of Tvui]>vr.iK-e iu full unifrm AuZntt i,_ .j$1: -pkiidid stand for a pt.bho house and store-persona Dairy Cheese, :

repculii'g the pr.liitiitiin cf s.try At the leyuest ofC.t.laaw, Gtn. Allison stated and rcg.Jia. then proceeded to the public iu.tm.lLth.uif iTresh Groceries wi .tiiiiir to purchase will applv tu'SAM. Whire Runt. utc. &c. "; '
WILLIAMS. *
that the mating v. ae couveui-d ( I'ipir' ofi cirs, which ad Jud much to the edificati ._! p 2 1.1854.. 25 HERRV ROTTLE ;
ynrtb of SC 30, was copied vtrlatan fjt> ) the bill ofJs5' to ratify the nomina.tion >u ER Frl.r. Wm. U. Pctt s fr<>m New Oilcan Sandy Ford, Jcirersf.n County, Fla. :

'', oi mrzi.Mg the Ttiiitory of Xcile k<\ This tf Jltji. A. E. lIoxw U, aid; to expiets the '' and inUre&tbf the .ccasion. Alter wl.ich refresh :r.f bbls. Extra Family Floor. July 2v. 1554._ 0_ .Verlstoi Ciicuit Cvurt. Middle Ctrtruit f fr'lur'd .

?,11 cut off from Ttxa a very large tuvct
wjicli: hy the ilia*.>uii rttstiict4oi: tras fie Terrtiiy.iwirpwateJ ard to the He olotions adopted by tie Madiscu Cnti.i..n -'1 which, with the"c'ear cool watois of I'Ng.ih, will put 2.1 Caks Bacon. -
3 .Ti-rr Sugar Cured Hams Bug MARY ANN. Captain Vincent, William HcXaujLt and Jam* Ormond. Merchants '
it into the Territory few Meilco :and t on th* 2d Monday in July,-and also to select oath one iu n good humour with himsilfund every 2 P.M-,.Lard. j j[ v 1. U now takiog iti her cargo for the above and! partners, nsi/Jg the name and sUl of JlcXacjht. 'J' *

thrn enacted "tbct \\iien nctrilted Hi ft Stzite! the Candidates to represent Gadsdcn County in the one cl. e. After dinner the audience were ei-tertaiapd : 10 Krsr& ]x.rt and wi'.l) sail in all next week. For freight or L Ormond tr*. '

11:j Teniicry or any poit'on of the pane hal1! be udin next General A'scn.bly. i iP. by a lecture on music from Profeesui Folsom-after ': 2''t B1)ls. MM Pork, passage apply to McNAUGHT i ORMOND. E.\rilmr Walter,George H.Walter aril! Richar-1 T. .

tU-J iwV* tie Uniouuih or hhiXJt *li'.vry. as I Itlitlr W. White, Eiq. offeied the fullo irj? Resolution wards by liia pet formance vocally and instrumental!; ') Whiskcv. Newport, July 2 l84._ Walier.of Walters MerchanH& Walker.and Pimners, tssliig the name and -
Scotch Ale iu Pint BoHVs.liEURY. stjle
: accompanied: by his beautiful azid accon.pli-bed Fire and Marine Insurance.
the t'f pupil
cnnstituti may prtfeilbe nl Line thir : i ROWLES. H-'Il E 'Defendant* and all others Mer-ztnl will talo '. "'
I\ci lvrd That etch! Diitrict ia this .
kUIs-U.I Tins idcutical clauhe, in pteesly the > represented Miss- MIV ler, vho teitainly pcr 1 a ..
meeting shall Le jujthorised to retire and telcct two and clearness which whether in -stabli-hed an Agency in this City will attachment and hereby '*
ine worJ c.'pird iuto the Xfbrafela Bill, v a< luldwji grittcormipas talking or j ? are notified appear ancY ,.
l t.\ Gddinge, Chase, and others, ae a -jtal of the DJeg.itee, aud that tlm Quincy Distiict be entitled ringiri. tloats off on die air like the notes of the niockizi For Pre.servinff and I'icklfiig. take tire and Marine risk* on UK most f.tvorabl plead to the dechwaUtj; therein filed. --
BBLS.Superior White Rum teim"*. Apply to THO.J. PERKINS A-jent. POPfii:
MAYS. .
thiP who I
fihall form
to Committee for tl
a e bird lit the moet efforts
6i 4 fiectloii 1 b)J. O'id( Pvach Brandy July 15. _;_ July 22. )135 1. 29 I'laintinV Attorneya. .
cxpucbing the vie'ws of the meeting in regard to tt-iioe. Piofissor Folsom ho has been *
itjicul ITt the ]latter csne tje efct tnubt have beentf.e w eltrtvng 1 Apple

eare: in 1E50. Tlius we PCC that oeu the njost the Madison CouventioD, also to nominate four c.iudi the 'w>d people of Ma.iJsou Ct>unty lately, with hii'teachiag I Ci-Jt-r Vinegar. .. Salt. 1)R. LEWIS, .
dati for Election to the next Generil 1 White Wine Vinegrr. rxrv iriLirrrpool salt In good order Iflndirg:. RESIDENT DENTIST
> ."|J fjw mileis hik\e, bv iluircource on the Is'tbraola Assembly. perC.rniau\ >s in mu-w, is still at Pii cah.I I ,
J U
bill, udmittcd tmlliScatioii of the ili eoiiii icf'.r'Jti'm Which Tva r.ail l, vhu Wia. S]>eight. I> J, moveJ I heard '! hiih befori* he iaelied4s-re, but thought he I' 1 Cask. White Preser\in BERRY?Htrar.& ROWLES. }i U and for sale by McNAUGHT Ji ORMOND. TALLAHASSEE.S FT \. .

V the Cmtoniie of '50. That it to MI ike out tv o. aii'd insert tliit-u 1'tlre the word, nnift be o\trrutd. Knee I have _-S-_ now insertingArtif.cialTeeth onthe .
4t
y was j >*- iecti him caching I August 5. 1 1. SI Newport. July 22.1S54. 29 S and .
_ new inrj>ro' ed principle! with
.; n-lr |.' jK>al d, as f.ir as the Teintmifo <1 Utah and delegate*. t>o Ha that each District thoul be tntill'vl tl.iiil!: him wondciful, no description can do him justice continuous gums, from one side tt tb* ..

N. w Mevca were cunct-incd, i< certain, aud the only to fi\t nt'IrB on Fad Coir.r.iittee, which aniiid as a teacher, he !inlt be beard and ict-n to be apprfciati'l. GflTTA PERCHA WATER PROOF GOODS ,, Curled Hair Mattrasses. other, without seam or crazk, l-arsing ni place fr tha S S
ir-cut vrf? aeoi-ptcd' and ad.-pUd. TRADE MARK. i iGUTTA T I'ST received on consignment, a lot of fine, ctirloll ) lodgment of food, thereby *en'Frng fhcai perfectly! ..
.1 ciii.n j is whether it was d *'yned: ti> apply to Uieni A ehiiitMii and a g ntlem nof urbane and t l li..k wittra.-s double or sing1*-very things fur hfe-like. and restorinj er-otcurof .
ongiual the fac '.
'.xi'uktvtly, ir iiiU-iiJcd to <*tablihL a pnnriV. bjvjkh The f-lowiiig! Lamed p rM>iii wrte selrleJ from uts'j''trusive' maintrs ; he teaches on a now and mu'-h luX weather, which we will cll low to close. sons to iltfy dttiotion. He will attea.l all ca.h!! '

Cotijrrefs vn* to 1 ic hcn-nfur KOM-IIK-.L! It i* : aeh tliat tkt by the qualified! voters |>rie.t of hJdL'l.trkt kii-r njt-tLod. (hy figurev) aud fsitrunicntallllu [ D. LADD. Middle Florida for Full Setfa. Those -wishing Full S .

'litc e\i 3 3iit) that Jlr. J'unglni au-l tU> Jji-vfiulfrs / OiJ aud young atlt lid Us lectures and rako New Port July 15.1854._ S_ b'ettd can obtain all necessary infonoati'-n by letter. ... S. s.,.

i--eJ it in Jlie lutttr li rLt, ntid i it runy rtct )1.*' it) j> Fion Ker.1v rl.ve; Dttiet-E. T. Holt Jnth..uvGuaw rapid pnfkitncy. He u-r.x the violin iu ttacii.'ng r.nd MADEBY i Leon Female Academy. He will warra;>tr in every ia 'ance. sathf ction. arid
i ifcing
suit the times. Terms .
} and X. M. Hatt'tMi. prices to Caib, or wjien called -
ipri.tte jiFit here ifitrujiife rer'tluth-ii adopted I'loui TJiti.a.i> stor D'tict-Vn3. .Speight, S. J nnd plays dcvotionally. lie c t.ld not be rT'III5 institution has been in a highly prosperous for, 55

y tie brntsch of the Lpgitlutiiie ofjllinoi-i, at it* Fit-fuming and T. I* Huduall. induced t" )prostitute his talents or his instrument tojil NORTh AMERICAN (' L condition dining the past year. Tl.e building iaI June l4. 1854. 2f *.

season after the i patsngo oftle Coiapruiui* ;, Iruiu yuii. y I)1.trkt-W.) JI. 3I"M.lan! .\. K. Alli r.- nn 1 dunce ; he is pving the death blow to the ; I now under contract. Other for enlargement to also twice will its be pn-ma>nt"dimensoiis. !c Rice Patent Baby Walker.
: iuiprortmeuts a
i litU't), J.J.Sutlliaj*. Louis B. and J011 l Il.av. -'. |
Lt'wing the oiitiotniction th y placed ujv.u it. Gu-gwy J juJicn of Many:: chiistium) again- the\i<'liu. Min PERCHA in the coming vacatiou, *> that the Academy s.t the T"p> ITC3 all the advaatajes ef the Waller mini .

r'd, Tlutl our liberty mid iiih-petulcDC* ate J'r: xa Chattahciichcc! Pistiict-Di.fi. Boardman..M i-t<-rs ar* aiakcw to )lie taught to play on that instrulmcnt. !I corumecceaicut of the Tall term, will present better \_ Jcinper In one article. Aa a Jura par it is supe- .

I.JH n the tLt of thepeople] to form for tm-! M'[>eots to any in use, not requiring t> ':
f !hrs SUCh agoveinCK-nt as thy may h-Ke; that J-'rom R. ck mir training than ever before. be fastened nor liable to a.'ci.Jefits. with springs s Ii-trict.-Jeee W Goodtin.I&rnt.
tLic treat 4hi1.ge-the lirtli-iylt I/Jifftnsii, the .', Frin, wid William C. EdijTti h1ali. Cojne and hear him, and we will give I The Rev. A. R. WOLFE will continue incbarg* of the for children short or talL.portable with the .

p.f!! hearti, i-ecuK-d to us by the biood of 4.ar Rhgljt -<1 FIOIU A. J. Juhiiou" Dietiict-M. M. McAlUlv, yo i <4f nothing fcl e.) a drink of water from iVgahll Engli-h and Clascal department. as.tetl i by Miss child in it. and the !'irovenunt of the chili! au- .- ; .

Cpii!$, ") l lie -xtende l to future gti agreeable that jcblWren will ren.aiil .
fcii'l liniitMi'iu d sy. 1 V assistance will l be in them for Lours amused and deIi Lted. '
no oui'ht tol-eajpli' < U I his po\\ i Clia yDlttiict: -Stephen Chasou, John i| jumh thirst arid will hear Old Hundred"
ii tLe tTgaiatutSou of o.iy ''iiztwy iA the zttdt:1li4. Cbiisou, you tro as'J meet tile .marid.! and the earnest effort will be rua : From Ellicvillc i ij J i it ou ht tn of young ladies as extensive, June 17. lst.; 24 '
j DistriM-Da\id Clark Oliver 11
nnd] I was just about tj Luiidfed'r than \ and valuable as cau be Becked at of
Tim ?ilution vaspnjyrd by the House of R >p1 < McKeowa and Presley A. 1h<-ip. f tcj you ever PM'Et thorough any SEA BATHING. '
Female
rf fiitati\es of Illinois, and giving thcir'approvil'to The Committee j-eturne:I! and reported througl/tliei knew it our Tho i".tl! term Colleges.wiji commence ou Tuesday Gct.Ae' COLUMBIA HOUSE : '
Medal of World's Fair and Gold Medal
the CoQiproiuit-e cf 50 and ;lw tHHiiirttrvertiiBj Charn1n, Dr. Boardman, as follows, viz : We leani that Gov. liaow.x, the Whig candiditiei niGHEST 1 I 24th. Rates of tuition per quarter of ten weeks, will "
Institute awarded for these Island
>rrjriplc asvjrtel it. Amther Jiatch goods. 1 be follows! : Cape Acir Jersey. \ ; .
7 graduated aj
by ofre
Ju-
Ifct Rtsolcrd That and .
j we cordially heartily ap-i C<*ngre e, staged this morcing for th East, f n anthctianeiing WAREHOUSE OF CO. 102 BROADWAY uudi! .( '
lion: acsuming the same position, in difiirrui of the Orthograpy) Reading. Writing and 'T"Us new .popuIjires'tfthiiiS3t! ia now ? *
anpp. Resolutions the Convention PINE STREET where ba fonndGulLa
j prove adopted by tr.ur. We the Governor will may .
buspect Primary Arithmetic, .?S 23 .1IL 1_ open fur the reception of visitor .T
ha\ing pawed the Senates *:< concurred in < f the Democratic Paty bll in Madieon.on: the seeon n-turu somewhat wier than when he left. Ttreha Goods, ii. Crt.it fariety, The above wiih Primary Grammar, The Proprietor thankful f-r the p-.rtrooare! heJutt **' .:, <*

ly the House. ICo excejitidn i is hero jnnde jti favor Monday in July, as we Ix-licve they .contain and Far superior ia any other Water Proof Gooda in the Geography, .8 00 so largely received. bog' to assure lj friends and tin* '

(.r Territory lying North of 1C 33 the Later from History, Natural Philosophy, Composition public, that the HOTEL in department will L. '
principle of )I rfiLody a lithful: w nU urgtJc bsiuu of the fee]. EuropeTJo market, comprising many desirable articles for Export every s -
JiilR i : on the part rf the people to foim for them- iug and opinions jf the Democrats expr cf Florida.2d. Tf>K. July) Si.-lhe iiiu-4i! screw steamship Alps and Country Trade, coutistiiigin part of Coats, Cloak-*, I ic__. ... .. ..10 09 kept in a introduced style superior to any previous reason. Gas v'V.' .*
*c'ves: surh a Capt Wirkuian. has Rrrive l at b.too> from JJkerjxjol. Poaches, OverallsLogins, Caps.Suiwestprs, Cam|, I Algebra, Pnysical Geography.Chemistrv. has been int 2CO rocns. Daslersctebrated V *r
govt-rnmtnt KS they may cho (e-flifltlatflfl ty that Cou- tronoray, Mental and orchestra ha* been engaged exclusively for this
vhu-h |Knt she left oil the 19th in t.Conos. Blanket, Horse Cover*, Carriage Cloths, Piano Covers .* .xs
: by geogiaphiuJ bound*. The legislative os- vrti'iotif the Hon. A'-.gustus H. Maxwell as the Caa-1 .-Siuf-e the dj-jaiturc of tho Afiica on Fir Bmkehj, Travelling B.ig*. Surgical Article Moral Philosophy) and Ancient house, and many other arranpeincjjts: have been rrado %.

-mblies (other States adopted rs >Vttions of a'similar |1 diJate (f the Dm jaatic Party of riojjja fur JJi-pre- the 1Mb in-4, Cit.ton iu Liverp
import. And this was generally understood I etnlutn* In Congrats, is l-itby jalifnd und doCuned.and I]I i.haii; 'i'La kales on the I iSth iiiot. compiised CU'JU' 4 These g *HJ* are free fioin unploasant odor, very Instruction on Piano 'Forte with use Applicatit-n for rooau may ba made by aI- .
t ; be the T.nncijile an J ubsU.nce" of those t tena-'i'itu, pliable and el.isetic.not iuurpd; bv fatty 'uh--J I of Instrument,.15 CO dreiiig the proprietor.at Cape Island rr to the subscriber .i
measun ]
we regard the with "
s at the tine of their ndoption. This i-iianimrty M-hiuti U'n > Jtiatioii (51; 1N1aAr. lvTrI.I.ir.ErE.-A lpot: 13 current, the ''g'Hiice.and nn -India Rubber., ) WILL NOT DEj FrenCh and Ornamental Needle L-1rA'w\D. ; ,
w an tlx? lijjKt wrmade! as a wll] d et-rved a.Jnowb.dgen1.IIt l work (each).500 ITo. 17 South Srd street FbiladelpLia. .<
ill whuh,: 4 .T; < : tIiit I l'iim-o P.it.kifwilch i> dead. j CCMPObt AND! BECOME STICKY ; are C1IFAPER j %
they were viewt.d by the 'Democratic National It U behaved that in t. healthfulne vf !ocati'Mi. y. Extrusive stabling on -premises.. 'f
-. of the real, ability mil stciliug }patriotism tihith' Ti.o attitude of Auftrii remained doi.btfnl.Ciiuhr j and diJTct ut ironi HHV other Gutta Ptrclia icadc respect -: "
] C invejrfon} w1 Tallahas will with June IT. 1851. Sut 21
en itendo-Ted them s* f fina'itv.* i a-j tutorized hihole Cuuibe aa our : Paniu. with 17,000( n.c-n, h.vl) i tablishrd bio ijj this country o% KurojH-, and) compare. favorably any >??* '

And iu their Course ou the jS'ebrabka Bill, bow hae.hey 1 ll\c in Coiigit' Kepi eevtila- )h< :nl "li1&iuiI" were at i Warranted to Sfand'all fliiaates.f I ladles portion can of be the obtained South. at Jiianl: Mrs.f Dr.r six Wilson.or elijlt young Notice to Debtors and H U.U.WKVLL -. *<

-. lolateJ inletter in 1 Fraleechi: and had M fi>rce ('on i tirtr i'f 70/iQ')
01 tbi im-n, '
spirit, pi inciple f In 3d. flrtoli'fd itidolted tf>the estate of '
wnt! That bclievn.jj: that the honor, hapjjncss whih was c.-ntiaually In-irig rrinfoiced from MoIJaia. 'f CERTIFICATES from* por on* who liv tented I --- __________ ____ persons Henry .ICrM- S ,
mupur have lley dwrrgnrfieQ their be thtt! of the .-' .deceased, bite of Leon Couiity. are bt rphv **
j.lightcdf and the goods niv *aenat Store Company. "v
: pinr$ c-iity of our c-jmrnvu i k % Tlw Allifj, witli i.XJ(, ( '
I Where c-.tirtry best nierl wte proceeding to JOTICE is hereby given that the rules of the Tat !- rc(1uestJ-u nr..he I)1imCt4t. imtDtEatlv and all d-.
they twt ii/tnrf by the -vsry resolutJjn | pronjotcd and adtanced] by a iife'id udlieunce to the :L.iit Omar Pa ha. an.J a pitched battle Avas daily -xpfcte1. TERMS LIBERAL. t -N hiliiu ee lUil Road Company charging Storage manch against suit estate n'tsl be ;cr.vd in the *:
prr
*'b nth harped ou by the Sentinel aud! U* carresjK.ncnit ( docti inob of 1 the Democratic pirty. and that Iliw itiiil- ) 11i EnglUh trtn>ps were midway between Dealers are invited to examine tbcsa good before 1 on all g K.dd U-ft! at Depot after the expiration ufe Line reqt'ir.d by law, otberwi t this Dt.-tc! wilTix* (, .-?;.S

to pursue precisely the eaoce oourf they did I ityof the South iruhe Union aud .Sihtiinla and Rutchuk, wh ie the Freuchliad already purchasing eliiewk re. days f>r person* residing in Tallahassea: and thirty plead in bar of their rtcoverr, .. .' rIrtiEV

C aid they have consistently acted otherwise! I L thcpn-scrratk.ii and ai i tiicd.Mihciuct. Orders executed to any aciouut, on short notice. I t "lavs for thu'se living in the country or surrounding T. D1C1E1L "

ou" m.gl.t very well take his alvieo t j rpftnati''o Bitter j.ccul.ir iustitutiuiH mainly Oe- Pai-ln 1ml dtfeated the Russians at CAL'TION.-BaMe imitations, mud of Varnished ToVi.3. will be btiictly enforced after the 1t ..Aug.etI Sheriff, dud Ex-o2itio AunJ.. trator. S & 1
owu
never to 1ends bpn the euwesi of that paify, we call upou Chi-ruavadi, iu thy Dobiudscua) and captured the India Rubber, are already Kingir..,u-d iu the market I July22, 1S5I, 29 -8w ', '_
tprak or wrile_ again on a subject be kuotrs t1t3tInttMJUt all who ]lore tier) CourJry to lay aside! -pliur _. Therefore purchitfcers should bear in mind that all guuine -I I by order of the Bon rd. -----S -S 4 S.
_" I( party iane8anfI Th< Rus-ians wwe advancing toward* the flaruibe.I' iroods are stamped with the trade mark -of the 1. TIIOS. J. PERSISTS. Secretarc..Iuv C' ynLs Patcnl lleactioa Cectrifugai *r-H; :
prejudices arid unite with in I .
2 My sfcoad us hUbtaiwn tho Tin* Allies a'id: Tuikn wore piepaiiiig t>> cr( as into WILLIAM RI!)ER. 15. 1854. 6t 2* ,
i
propocition that It It 1lj Company S
National and Fire
detrinea a-jd] Pump Engine. f:
cii'id'datts Wai aihia. ,
g'f that Th }'rem.4i
>' party as an e troopo. were at Rutschuck. 5, '54. 31 LOm. Prca'L N. A. G. P. Co. S V"A
Aug.
hig: party who are rP9KDije for tFe itif rea d adiitioI ,means of eufurcit.g. the rights and net ving the Independence and a lirivc l battle wui soon expected. Mary C. Bryan, 1 Divorce. In Hamilton Chrcuitj 1 DAPTED to any situation ; 'mmllrnitei ii powfr *"* c't ;

of the shtvery qu ret ion which ure MJ loud of pro I 1h<* UiHoiaua liktwite, sustajuttd a severe defeat at Dissolution of Co-rartncrsliip. j vs. > Court, Spring Term 1854. \_ certain in action ; permanent in use ; and,wltLal ". |
finuthcd in our country against the combined .at- IVatesihL Joseph Bryan. 7 so low in cost that they are rapMTy suporoediag all '*-.r*,. i1othew.

V.'hiCt.nv charging nti., upon democrat*. The Xationdt tacks of Northern) Whig*, FmsoiJenmnd! Alolitloniats. I j It was rumored tbat th<* Rntslan fleneral Aur p. i THE co paitnerbhip heretofore*xiatinpr& between 6 thi.the i .1 T appearing to the Court, by the return of the The attention of Planters ia especially called '. !.
at Baltimore : the firm of Lung Susrage,
in 1852 adopted a rwt.luUan Jtt'olixd, That viewing political ctmtests RE for the commanding J< ij.fr Wallachia, tad committed mutual as consent JL Sheriff the Defendant is not t. !Lc found in mid to tfiiciency for Drainage. l..Js a perfect safe guard *'t.

somewhat simibr tu the one passed by the advancement of prineij les not men, we each nnd nil < day diolvedbg JM. A. LOW. Couuty, it i", on motion ordered that the service be against the ill effects on cotton and) other plautatifu-i. j, |'t.ui. J
JJi-nwcratic Cd.' eution the Three huinlred arrested in St. ? of thi'4 in of the l of the des uctive rains of the Southern climate JIu> }
Undinj party to abide ,i.odgeoListives! 'I persona were e-tara J. P. JL SAVAGE. perfected by publication Order one [ t> > ; j 'j
\y the Cotrproawe 4 Was: a"6uul vttlcm "and to lay nuidc all personal prejudices' )lurg v*.. UHpiciou of iirt ending an outtrcark, in'd
tti> .countenance at .jt. and preference, mid use all houuruble xerti .ns to,. the charge! were told that their political opinions I II August 6. prior to the uU Tetm. adapted for Steanr-ra, 5iantvfrctoric.3IIneo, Water attcm4 a
We were U any the {rioril renewal of ag't' *. secure thu dec'inn, ofevery candidate upon our ticket, I required that: they t-hould be iipi kond. NoticeS J. WALES BAKER, Judge. Works for large cities, and all situation* requiring *.S i" 3
ajn. >Mby ]
Stntiud at thnt.taking as our motto TM advancement '! J he revolution in Spain was spreading. The gnrri- JoU PRIM. Clk. C. C. FU- powerful pumps. Sizes mtfnnfartri.'d: i'f from S5 t o j $v?
time tIt this u.ig pUtf.. n was more utiiugen*, morrliu.lioe. and ] rj>ctuation -1 sou at Barcelona! bud declared egamst the govern- S hereby given in accordance willi the Constitution Julf 15 1854. 8 100.000gallons! per 3initento4itv.; ('UanJ b
ontbi' p-.ii, than tie Democratic. And! *.fJt. Isucra tic. 77?irn.p1. !. (Z, note and_ farevtr tnt-Lit of this State! that at the next SeaiioiIof the Gen., satisfied M these fact at tb OjJ.fe ainl lvtrcfcouo olTuioo
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hfw has that pledge been i.er.j I H-.w hmefjicy .in were- -- rean- and ably sustained- -by brilliant- era! AsseruUy, implication) will be mimic for a Unartt'r Fresh Groceries and Provisions. [ Power Company of U. S. No. S3. Brcadway, ,.

kept their faith I Lt-t the scenes which disprar Pr0tli.a from Dr. !iuardmati and others, ater whkJi'tl'y A Sure Reliance. to Incorporate a Company, to be styled the Georgia "TT7"E are now receiving from New York and New ew Yoik-removed "from No. 4. nearlv opposite.May27. .
Were aud Gulf Railroad Company. VOrleans Schooners Elizabeth and 1854. Sm 21-
adopted Taylor
d the halls by the meeting. per ,
of
Congress riiort tune fJuei. an The Committee c ? So certain are the erTi-ctsof Dr. M'Lace'e Liver August 5, 1S51. 3m SI tiitc'bell A Gamier's Extra Flour,
*w r r! Lrt Ibe lolhtg'bells at The dai-u of .Lr LHtional orations reported M the rewilt of their dclib-) Pills iu cases of Unordered Liver, hot they ure regarded St. Louis eoperfine do. Copartxiers'hip.Notice.'. i

annirersary, ring forth n ni r Lt the [ bearem the f ,Wmg; named gentlemni as tUudardm ns the i ptKili6or lhat complicated class of For Rent. Superior! Rye do. /T HE undernigBed haTe this daeuteriI into a poJL '

s.u:
tWr btanj Gadodei, viz, rtthwid upon which bo can always rely. AU On CbaUtthoochte River, containing about four hundred Ribbed Bacon Sides, WHOLESAII.ANILRETAL
in favor oftrub and justice-tbe constitution LJLWeOX (;. thai is necessary is to purchase and nee JJr..M'line's do. '
McELTT, acres, aitli ai excellent binding, at present occu- Clear do. 1E.ccCINS: ;

ltttie&uWWitted to the flames-the scenes of riot Which nonhinations \ti,
and bW&hed attending *n efLrt to giecute the law the were unanimously concurred WII.KISS TowNintP, Alleghany, Ala. Jujyl.-lSSt.; t 2 Loaf and Clarified do. BARNARD &, 1V! AX WELL,

? of tUlana, attest in the the1(I by meeting; when on motion, eight cheers) were J. KIDD'A Ce.-Please let me have t\voBoxe .morp Stewart's Hard Candies They will be pleased to ssa their Lfr .fs f' !
itlteaa1 whn4 4aanner whig-- given for ilnxwcll, and the Democratic Nomination of of Dr. MT ane's Liver Pills. My wire has used two Adminittratrix'a Notice. Extra Apple Vinegar, extra White Wise do. and patrons tbcoUatanddE&suarii
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tvecit _rcgard tIeZr id. *.4t Old Gadsdcn. boxes of the Doctor's Pills, and I assure you they I.rrsons hiving derriands igeinst the estate of Cross t Blackwelfr PiooUiUy, Jr.. Kgn of the Kortaiv orner<> Mourn ." q

they Uad they 'naintaioed .t.powJ After: wtiA Capt. JJolIand offered the bar* done her more good than my uuily physician A Forcb-uid, )latjj of Loon County deceased Superior French MuaUrd, ______ and-Clinton *UeeU whce they will keep : : j3 ,
'u-itOh the fmruis that character. resolution following has for two yean, during which time be was in regu will tak r 'tlee that they must present them Preserved Canton Ginger, a full viwl geaenJ OHsartmant-of articles] appertaining'to (t '
izJ t4eir opp ; lar attendance. These Iwo boxes I think will effect & 4o tbo.under8i'ued, administratnj cf said estate duly Frehh Soda Crackers, their line of busbewj. nad'auMl li pMtrooage ot' l

to carry oit t.hc tq abown a Jtetolvrd, That three persons shall be appointed by cute. JAMESJIE$. autben Tuled AS tKe Jaw itects, ortH notice will be Lcmoca and Brandy Peaches, their fi itnda and .th: public. m >

hch; tb.y wSaa j4et! out the Democratic Party here assembled, who sb-ill con* Fora1e nt ap lbi Proc Start* in TaUaiaBsee"'fcnd: pleaH in bnr"of tbeir rec jf ery.aod all pembns uid.ebte Pepper and Pimento Shot Scotch Snuff.ALSOr800 E BARNARD. p :
Bill abid..the 'ebraaka tiniie.in the discharge otthe duties at owe Ageney in-everj TCIWD in.lbe South. o-aaWeBtate-'ar bfcrifcy P>W -tojaake w.meiaU No. 1 Soap. Drop .Q. TROUP MAXWELL.l .
'rod lu. devolving them BusbeJa Western Corn,
beeft rukt upon August 1854. flwibdersfoied, or to/asse M. Robertson, 1 S3-i. +
81 2v payment to February ((4,) s
of the country uId hue y the peae anti!ibelr jlaces luau be filled ly a meeting of the .- SAftAH-FOREHAND AJmtrotnx. 25 do. Wheat Beau. ;
bees *
ahoIjtjj partyjdoie, vtlai4ed fo the Denxicratu: Party, when all the iPreciocta shall be 'y. 4. JESSE M. ROBERTSON, Agent. June 17. 854.2* HODOKI5S A SOOTT. Tract 9t titM for %afr, fniU -
Ly CiTaSU4'rPJ.oN, hodj knows .. S
tmp3tent for-harm. Bntno Iriltead 'vere represented; that sid ferson* ex> uppointed i-hall and a flattering d*ea*>. It commences every and 1s Augiirt 6.18S4. 8w ; 81RiuOr's 700 Acres first rate Land for Sale.THE mire subs rrb r'oflfef* for aaritis SHJL dy

then hand in glove with of this. t4 JLbcy are hereby eorwtitutcd the Demo-ratio Executive insidnoosly, that before ooe Is aware of it progre, 'cii e inn'g*> o : Notice Subscriber offer for jale bw Plantation! lying land m K d oa Godotj.eo tfstiag r about -_. it
land
; the Committee of the Democratic Party Gadsden County. are a isiase of ulcers, then a eudden demanda the estate of aaJ half nules north of Talkhnsst-e. Then rtionwnd acre of M good Wy Florida. A-
appcatic.n of ihi. exposure-oTrtange : v foe against S
:
cered
pTinetple. ItTaj tIj L p.tflt1S hundred of boat two hundred ceres are bm
from heat to cold
acre a good
in the tract seven *
produees decea
'f aditurs E id Executive Committee cball an innovation; undln a L 3Wifliam,1At4 of Leon eouttty, are
appoint meel- : j mes prcnil ia a good Sorew.OHI Hnrto --
wbg per aEd the few or -week it U lie found iu the State.--300 cleared and toe
days aaid, t>e or she -died-of notice tiat -must present hem U .* can
Ig eatb.ti lags for th, Party and anpply them with epeakcra. hasty ed, wiIft1" they wood. On the Dwelling ) and. Gin, with comfortable N5ro' rabms. .Errrr- ..P1r
of Congre.., bZt, firat CONSUMPTION. For all troubled with) cough or -! ..i,> duly.aHthenticaied witWa that me balance in premise are a good antation l ia offered oT j S
ibm it ,u roj and onuduct all bnsiDeador tbe interest of the Party.tb ung complaint, Wk would rcf r to the advertisement Bribed 6y UThia notice will be plead u bar house 0 n House and Screw, with apro cabin thing on pad the Cattle j ,wuipiV4it tcoiy-tl-six llulo re 5ft stork. a 3libery e ,

The &ide b7 ty hall itppeud lo the ootio for meetings and the on the out.se of this paper Judsou's Chemical Extract ; of U rTeooJerj; nod all per*** indebted toMid ci. and afl other out buildings.Term To made m good purchaser Address this Hogs and Lealthf. .Fot |eqp pply to tbe grw SQl cribor -
f.w i401kZI, asd /"if" ** Cherry and Lungwort," which is said to be.afiijTiyin to malie unmediatel/) U a rare opportunity. ajj.
i! ted Thu a ibutinpss of tbe larty. their signature irbich shall beTfc cure for this awful diReaw.- Also tate 7r fcereby-Botified aie ihrausti the Tallakatoee Post Qtfic.,/Dr see mo on ou th planUtlun/or tbrou n.iie} 'Stil?
to h ; Azors Turfcue e4. *
LIj fur,. It W3 tflflg I ved aa authority for tie*. J moctatic Prly of Gadfrdcp kahn the great remedy for all duca&ci of the- neut to J. PERKINS. Executor. the prrmi *'*. :J- ELIOT. Qffiw.Iau.tIout CountyMay i'.l55 X 0 D.R>*!ID. .
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AZOR'S' TURKISH BALMS
. TALLAHASKE, FLAltIDA, ] BRTTOH A W1IITAK Mk leave to ATTORNEYS AT LAW

iTT : call jour attention tu the tUgant auurtmttit of TALLAHASSEE AND QUISCY. '
and Retail Dealer in
iIy2 Wholesale
Goods, nciivtdper Wacitia," a&d adapted to jour WILL pcacti.. in th. Middle and W

DRUGS AND MEDICINES. sole UM.M *, aad ia th* Cuuctie of D, "

Thomas Ga.BOLLIX .
a.e a-- -

now put up ia the largest sized Bottles and is -|)rErvMEHT. iJycstuff*, Surgical Tn tnsrnentii. Edgings and Inserting tf BAXZBTallakcattr. A.

IS Acknowledged) to be the best Sarsaparlila uade. as %I ______________________ .. I Sjii.v*. .Snutf Window (.lai. T' ii.ts, Q WISS Ed'ogs A Icsng Maltese Edging N.

in certified by the ondeiful, cure it has performed -. J _, Oi'Vaiii>hitf, Putty Manufaetur. d Tt.Laacco, O Lisle Valenona Jnuazy7,184. :iJIt QWn

the original copies of which are in the possession of :;- a'.id Git; ** WanPatentMeiIic5i.es, Real -

the proprietor. Remember, this is tLc only' true aud -- _ t 1 t Tin" S'Up. Fine Tooth, Pure Wines arid Iraralic Smyrna Flouuebgs.BK.nd Reoejye-, ..
Smyrna
original article. _______________\ .r.d'fl rr BrufLfi!, frr Medivinalifhe purposes, S.-ixony I' FROM New York and 5 ir Orlean*
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THE GREAT TURKISH Article JaraCcfie
I Scrofula, Syphilis; Mercurial Complaints, Cancer. pMiLut Fancy Sardioet,
i ___ (; r&ien ceds. Il'ie lIa\R.n; Senr,. 16 Sacks Rio Coffee, 3 Ti
REMEDY TOR BALDNESS Gangitne Rheumatism, and a vast varu-tr t of other Gooda.ACONET rm So B
He has rweivrd Aa and White 20 Boxes No I Soap, 10
Lai tot a.d HilrAS disease. rre speedily mid perfectly cued by the use recently perbriif awpr Bus.Mts
tr$3 & IfiTlforatiflg Btantifjui ta of thi medicui! fr Mont .nk. a L'izc and fieth *ujif>fy of er ry variety Ca&n.bnica, Rwisa MmlhuCL 10 M choice 8cgar, ioo WLJfe

.t .' a ToiUt Article, for beaut if v ing aud kepuigth. tend the following Coriificnlo.TALLAPIHW :-". of artii'li-s usually kept by drugrgi' Plant > and I, .k Book 30 Boae. 11 IL Basins, 2 Bbla fJj'
-, 1 PiiymeiaiiM will always find nt tliisiertnlilijhiiifi.tn, full Nuiuaook 4 BUs. Pbelp's Gin '
$tft ;r; bli soft, gluBy, and iu n healthy condition it u Striped 2 Boxes
%uoMunlIed. Iu pusitive qualities are &s falIuc- Co, Ah' Jrn.: 2, 1S02.D -3-i 'pDa. Hupply of every thins needed, and on the utt liberal Fig'd Col'd Curtaiu 4 do N.& \VliiteRnra. i Cask c

'< \ k. let It free the head from dmdrclT. i.tregthcn the #arSir:-I stud you tint to certify to you that JOHN BULL teuila". Linen Bisliop'a Lawn. 4 de WbIi. 2 do Bro'a Uf

,i & ,*'' roots, imparts health and vigor to the tiioaktion, nna your extract of Yellow Pi-ck and Snrapanla! lug Orders from the Country promptly filled and atUfactjnii k 7'J Bb1al.o.s1

;'. E pruveItl tbt Aair hanging color or Retting grnv.- perfc'itned one of the nut wonderful cuiuiou uic SOMKTllINONEW guaranteed, xi ill. regaid both! to prhtand Mourning Goods. 4 bbfs Ex. Winchester 2 Tieres Ca'ufa i
;
ir ltd It csuees the) hair to curl beautifully \rben <3ou<> that bos ever been affected on man.I AND VALUABLE.TVmoft quality. Phyeii-LiLa' preseriitiyfis carefully corn- Iv nil wool de Lames Black Satin Whiskey, OBuaeaTeb, ,

$ : ; : up ta it over night. This-balm i* made from .lie >rig have been afflicted fur forty years with eruptions the Ciee rf the flub now ptmuded.AUo BL. Bombazines Hair 4 bbla. Granulated and Cassia
inul receipt procured from the original Turkish Hakin on my legs and feet; Iu 184 8 they got su bad that I rclfim ciipmii.powerful. in thuiciican Klr.JPn ICtIbIlC.; Tile puivr EPPIXG'S COMPOUND FLUID EX- Silks French Crape" Crushed Sugar*, Yeast P wden.

({thj ician) of Constantinople, where it i? utiixersnlly had to go on crutches, and iu 1S49 I had one lug amputated of thI crownd.1 haJj of I'-unipe: vinlc Info in-iniV'a". ( TiUCTOFBUCHU.Dreombcr ( Ftfd Watered do, 6 dot. CUre Wine, Citron, Pepper,
alw\e the knee. Iu about nine months after when compumt to llint f oiir Ami-rlMii Jim; 21 1 S 5:{. English
1 2 bbla. Lard Oil
; used. The turks have b.i bmUd for Smyrna and J
Hlwavs oin c0i ; then toInerwi !
other broke in Knit>ri>n Kings ftuj'to* tli jKiwrr Ti-i-u-J in Plain do M'nmg Se! Ye. 4 Collars.Handkerchiefs. ahg Ps,.
their wonderful skill In coil)pounding th*'richest perfumei my leg out laigo eating and runniugies *- the rUlus of tf?* riih: an.! lur-lly. iu4 u> rttlu.e Glass Oils 4 d >z. pta Sweet Oil, Starch, Caodk.- "
White Lead
,. and all other toilet nrtic.! Iu Turkey the am an from my kme to my fixit, and discharged a great to revr iul t..ry &ml *h-ji--i.vi.'n.! tb' po< r ti'l .'.i rnJeiit. &c. 2 bbls Bologna Sausage*, Sperm and Star
deal otfemive matter. Jly nlso bn-ke out Our Ainrfieao hirig'.4( f. rth wilii! r-H.1' &I..ii.jirps r OXe-S Window Gla, hi10U odU
ill
gn-m .ns-Mirted sealed Lub-
t natletrlt, J.T., of which this bului ia aompored. are TO liD.lortly mflUft"* III, I huuibe! cLi&i. o I' ita.uC 1 00 Hermetically London Porter
: almost uiuvcrsalty kiiuwn and used fur the I.ir.- large b'.lisvl.ich: iHsihnrged mueh oltctrive matter, ( a Iial&ittt TV.lf aUi 0 ,,j,r Iit-I, tui LU (' kfis White Lead,1'ureextia i JTo. 1 T ADIES I Emb'd H'dkfc.. Ladies ll m Sfd H'dTif it.,,. Clam, Halibut Assorted Picket,

% '* iff net
unl/ii/ift ju that c&uuli We wish Ittt vnc running sores, nearly to my elbow. 1) U. JOHN IJU r L. SIIE 6 '" Lard (ill.tt 2 bbls Beef Toneues, Braail Nuts,

;\ ._ *Vf-v" trial to be miJ; of_ it ; that will do more to cominci'TOU The misery that I have Buffered frr the lust few ) ;Kiijs: Zinc Paii.r, Collars & Sleeved.EJIBR'P 2 do Fulton Market Soft Shell AlmoboV

:- T' of iu virtues than all the advertisements that cauLc years I cannot dweiibe to you. I wae iu euch agony AMEIIICMJ O PIillI. Ju paik-jyi. fir<-rriKif[, Paint. (UK and J bbM'J Collars Embroidered Sle Beef, Filbert,

1.; : : : published nnd that all may l>< able to tr tits \ir- thnt I lu-ttr ii" ied, day t>r night. th* Tu.z.Trt or TUB Wosl mi4 th- r-irIt baiitls, : P..-i tilled: Whale} Oil, I Lace "TCi, Pickled 8altn,, Walrmt! Catsup,

.. '. lLvS, it i* put up ii; L'irgf Luttlr* at the IOTF pi ice of In October last my /on brought me one of your bottle t'olnpvr! .ff'-n-1 1 aJBicI hum.ii.i'v to the il-r- it .2 C Tr.iin Oil. I I.I.I. C.>pal; Vsriiuh, 11irttiei Hetta of She-eves A Collar Smoked Salmon, 'T6matU> Catsup,
0 ceut per buttle. KtuK'iiiWr, the gtnnitte has thotf wrappers ; I read it. aii(Jfoundieci; (>mcMon- Init niil.if-n", the l.Cr,,oau fay. r..1kf i f* a l %cIr i 'AllUMWC -- i- ,1ia! iti Turrx-utiii-j in f.-iiiek i std| at retail. A penir.tl Roe Herring. Soda, Snear. anj

.: igBtre C mntock A Brother tie deiful cuies peifcrmed by your extract of "YellowI liiati.l 'ru., b.ti, i t.h" t u this oiofiml Te.if.tf. : .t "iii tiuent of Col-.n UnuLcs.and other Paii.tcr tO Hit bbb. Iforthera Cracker
5 on F1)1uJiU '' liO iia Mi.l r. a,iil i.J M't JiC.p| t tLG! &-.oIt aBttHn. Silks cetera. ,
: :' Wrprer.c )'.ck aid duieapanllii. I tent nud got two bottles ar..rv HOt 'l ti* ji--* "r tIt f-'i"--- nmterial D. H.AMt.S. et Floor, Dried Apples,
e c. .. 4)f it, and Ci'tiQienrd ttk.iy it. In two weeks. tomgriiit \ 1 MI .oys-1..r'i uicJwii"- dub,< tti: 'lit i-f ftr'i\ .r* ). '..- et. tFf.3.Wines.. 51 p LACE Silks. Whit. Satin.., 10 BbU. St. LOUM ted Dried Peache
FOR TIC MARRIED.-"BE YE rnnirtL AIr. lutrluction l ts.. <-.rriJ 1.p.iiit.i :o the t.urt of
fcctonirhineiit. nu r mes all l heni0 en-, end IC'juld Ii Vjl MarccTir.e Silks Black Ohio flour
f le J'Ss-nturji V. IIIAU; lij Li- (i- Nai! CndJM
t. : LtLTIL.-I. r. o-mniaud that should 1 b< chtrfullvobeyeJ tlioiUJiiJ.i.- na
t.leei| j".ll liigl.t u thing I had not done A>r two f.r; r.'trJt 1 Ii iiiyJ & pjinfulanj inl-tfi lumi.u tCe Syrups A.C. Florrnee Crape Liesse., 10 BbZs. ectided Whi.- Pocket KnifM
; bv ,
the children Dll LAHZKTrE'SJUNO }
4' men. I \\ lit'U I had tukm six bnttltt". had rh ..i' I.ii.i.rtts. K-iilnwnJoiH. I'aiaKil
scais. tty: ars Tu UKiJ< : Ot.-ird Brwi-Jj Fresh Pates Bl'k Fisr'd Tsrlttom au'd Col'*. key Childrto
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+ Sice
: CORDIAL, or Pivcieative Elixir, pietciibedas .nl I I'Ktu Kitrirto.-s.: nni let i.ii-.ioi.j i-f g4.iti.iigic. ; OLD *.
) i.eaily all healed. My Cores got will m if by cnhaiifmeiit. :>r Foil Bl'k W.it'd White Silk Illusion Cask
4
Claret Ban Sides small
eTtfituiil restorative in of .. l-nHini! tiw ui.ii) of the pt-jt \ -iji A Jot ofDrj Goods
au ca e* debility, impotvuey
all I have row u>i-d in all i-ight) bottles! of iiw of J'aiii" 4 J.n j' raiiii to n|>o "l ,.c.ew: it r.-jwtsru Midi-ira,, Old Port Jiiirc, Kr'fade Bl'k 2do do HARM,
.. or b.trreuHCfs, and irregularities 'f nature. j our Extract of Vtllu',7 Puck and Sau-ajatila! ," and b-e; .i.1 >.tu, jnJa>-il bjr Auu-ilca'u o wa ricii & ...1tuiitr.t14 Shrry, Cider White Wafd Blond Nett. AH of wllkh will
: It it all that it jirofosse* U> be, viz Nuture j reatreutvraticc. consider weP.I .... SpatEKng beaoIduIowasayoth.rHouain
: and reined for th(*e in the married state I now mysilf Ve would a-k tie : o are rw.t'nt Ixjndi.ii. Porter, Si.v.tcli Ale, the city, for the Cash.
? 4 without It In certaiu for eciiiiuul viitrent nil of the afilivtpj to try this medicine ,1ndof;" li.it H nl win ii not ataloaS r Ui.ii.... !ntcii.a Brtu.I'e.t.lmet! Brandy Chem ries, Ribbons & Trimmings. tat door South of the tore of 0. & .L Megiaaij,
oifbpriuj. a cure vtniM ul far his 1.n'-'f Lain
< by guin
for I Ixlioe it will cure known di't-aie in tinnorld. to Jo tu a Ff
I >'>u, general ilitv.gleet\veakneM jf the emulcrgaoo I nny it titidpioehdrLl a liiiKi") trial, MII J if fmii-lm->. rx.z-C lln-ir n.tiueiKOIn lta1 b.ry Syrup, Sirdn: t 5ah Rib'ns. Black Silk Fringe, also. ndjf>mtn r the store of S. S. Knight
aside all and
affectlvii Lay {rtjuusVc jwt try iLl' biiIi. ricojui.fuJ t:. *; rak ncil aaj i.ftit it' ", Str ? leucjrrLo''ii vhtv An Worsted
A Satin
t uerv tiu ,
: or Zephyr ,
its( great worth to Ftilu-riMg innnkii l, and entreat and "? that i: 14 uw-J Ljr 'h.ir ui'J.c.f 1 t.IZg1.'r'-> Ttz.iL'i4.a Lemon '. told when sailed either in
: an iiivigttratiug median s it i ii unwqualled. A I iu.o. a cei thviu to tukc it, for it will cute them. arr ad.'a et,4ri4t4.!.. tul vrni i tty in laic t h..irHiffciif Shad.Ginger !. Velju-t. Cup, & B-lf Worsted Binding Sale, upon town or country.-.
!. teia inci ieiit fru-nJl to UMI tlti n-i'.ly Taiu.ib.o: lu U'H.f, S.iliima, White & Col'd Ik bbin days Mondays and SaturiUys.
i: remedy for ]< coufurnpliuii. hhIigcaLi.-n. ia well known of South Silk iraiii: :! 'if-ortcd. > ,
in
My caee a laigc poition UU-T wisl l-e Join? .111 net ol J irt. ol los of muscular phytical Imt-U'.ide. female White iiik Suai Cord d
Tapes.
ein-rpy, Caioluu, Georgia; and Alabamian.> .anJ if any bhinildduubt well Ii> | riu I of Hill I* a Jiourrfal aol truly luijir l Gauva Jt-lly Pieserved Quint-en Fringe- Auctioneer and Comtnittion Mtrtfiant.A .
,
: : : :'- M akaesi, debility, tie. It a wan anted ti.> please theleerlnanyoftliettbovc the hbove oisre. I invite th< m to call tin' inf. rwe 1( (..r i.1 cx4 LULI (1iCt.f. ba(4. Ll ,
I and ii of and fur iirvrn:il ii1itL.3, i. 1 Uat i.rL.ita .u; Cr.rr.att do. ii Pea-.Its, prillS. 1864. 15
t' \ coniplaiuti j prke- and I will idiow them (lic acats. I ran bu fotiu*! in fee man; Gloves & Mitts. -
'! "t Ic H I'vr.'rclly: li.irui iri-, nn>l ii.cs1.ib. uf (ii<> uius S1irk1inr Gelatine, Tamarinds, 7 *
IUEI valu th'jfe without off
CtiTios IXTRFiii'l the jwin name of Cotn&Uxki Tallapoix-a Count* ALbanm. one mile! from Stoe'u \the left injun..u< .lfiT la the ni.>ai Jclica'e rvr or Fi.awnriti Extructs, Spices, ftf .'ff T AIHES ns 'd and colored Kid GOTM! Notice.

IPII- ? Ferry KKXAJATI HUGHES. the af't vnointiitioii.IikiI fio: the oM anl wor- -"UtI 'Veaut I>OWllfM, 1.KklC! fJLt .4 u Silk SIX months after date.T shall present mj final n
.4. Brother on the ant nrvtr buy it unless you It $$1 tnlin-ly to .
i wrapper I The; Yellow Pock and S.iraiiparilhi i is peculiarly a- .. r:3- t,4 L// Beaver .4'I and vouchers to tba Honorable
bu TI'CUI f f pitUit'iiii' ,; Li) tin* puliiic tliutitun-U Corn Starch, Salad Oil, Judge of Probate
find the above- it lAM ztisstrlciiu
>
: nnt us ( ; -
U J-. ; { dapti'd tu females of delicate health, Kultintr fn-m catia" of w MI i ir. jxTf-jrinnl l>y tu'ineil..>in, 1* r *'i Olive", Capers, Cashmere ** Jefferson County, as exccotor of Paul Timer?

; :rrcit.ZvJ&ae. Avoid the counterfeit you wouldOEOHOE'S ii regularity of inen ttunl Ji.-chiirg and ('ther ilisea but t wpnt'.ve i..n-s t J try 41 an I fir Hj.l .aoi .mi iUi.re "oreT.trclr.re, Sauce CVn Buck GauntletU, late of said County deceased, and ask for a dismiwiod
44. will-wiiKi 1 n put itl"ii en 'u.: Ku.g ol 1'aiu Jiuj al '> a. ..
0. puicfl. >e j peculiar to their sr x. The pioprietor )hat in than !I.< cJIui: Iii ii.V En-Uh! Mu.tiir.l. P. H. AME3. Bl'k Silk Mitts, and discharge as euch executor. JOHN ULUEB.

; 41 '" HONDURAS BAR3APARII.LA hia jxns. tK-ioii a great number ceitificates of' cuies \ onJ! at!:, hive >un the Hlmamntixtn ft 8

p. \c : EXTRACT, For the cure of those diea.s at,i-mg pet formed of the aline dcEcriptun. Wja>- Mic the tli**>-u are tOt |iva-ant! coinpaulou'. ai-l vrc kutul O.tnbcr29,15t. 43 "

? hoin an impure elate of the blood, such as Scrofula.! ufilicti-d that a bottle or two of Dr. ( tivs.tts Extract jou would ilKc to ilrlfo Uiriu uj a.1 JP'JVU us jn/Mit.!*, Jii>t Urrcirrd. per E, Remington, Tobacco.

11. 4,? i
: f noal and tc. At difH ulties nnd the natural is.J2fPut assorted Manufactured Tobacco, at IOTU
cumplaiute irriyularitice se ener
/ ytnnat r.wv1 l lOotnpUlnt
L : Tots lie cuiri a"inO5t itumvJi:iti-r, ff X Paiuto, OiU, Dvc-Stiitr., fce, lIE undT'i3ti-d. Agent of the"above Company. than it be
F' c' r ton't; an1 per bottle.SCOVILA *, Ii'wutcTj.aaiumT CoaipiiiuU lioi-s-a M'rbu -ALSO- T nill rect-ive- applications for and Biake insurance price caa bought to afry of the !large rctrkets -
.i will
-; for all diseases. MEAl l Ivi.1! Aclic. Tuoth, or o'tiur w.u I North. Trader do well to exaniae
: This tnodieuie tf not oftrctlut a ctti-c ) *. Crump O.ilil auy ample*
El' ;v hut merely f>r those arising from impute blood.- Ill 1 ClmrtrtbSOO Ounces Sulphate! of Quinine. Far against !hiib l by Fire. in Brick and Frame Buildings before ordering their Spring stocks. Will fenrarW

3 It U compooe'd of nac HIM>(CIUS .-.ES\rAUii.LA corn- General Agents f'r the Southern States, to 'vhi'mn all : TILE GilEAT KING OF PAIN.VouU Uiand.; D. II. AMES. Furniture, Merchandize, tc.JaiiTiary B. C. LEWJ3. samples, with prices attached, to any desiraiii. Acrjdit

Lined with other) puicly Tejf.utjibo! substance of nckuoirledged orders n.UBt be adjusted. you tuveour Swr C wti1i iS", &'ui i, Ilnrn, April 22. 1834 If 20.1853. 4 to lit of April will be given where atiy < uv-

BraM*, ?Kruls or a'uy othr ouuU Aatl, 'I l atW -4.-- liLy is required. J), LADD-
] vffieacy aiv.1 is mnnufuctured vith the S-'ld RCO! bv P. II. Ames, Barnard tt Maxwdl! Extensive Assortment of

t: .vi grcJttst care, every pound of the S.irsapariila beii.g Xfi.-h it Co., Tallaha peu ; W. Rogers A Son. CIutt;.- UM thy MiniOAi. icixr. or !PVINWouJ FRESH GARDEN SEEDS, Newport, January 21, 1854k 8

I subjected to the Etrictret cheiuical tests, and its gcnninenea 1 ooce; Geo. F. Baltzell, Marianna ; Jordan & P.ivii! you 1.* curr.l of S.tU IleaJ. fc-iJ Joiu'i. sore onriwnr OF 1853. SPIU.XU AND SUMMER GOODS. PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY

: a certsin* d bef ire being tii d ; and it contains.t son, Quincy ; A. II. WiLton, New1'vit] ; Samuel Pu- Throat, Vunl.;U, :sore Itinist. l.u-uVif: >, f 'wr ,-r Kin? UTA P.aa Flat .
a times as much Pure Honduras Sursaparilla many lvtntu, Monticello.Julv \\orm. s i.t Itie.iii. IS.-* < f l..i'.uot4 1 la-xscn. l'hi.pri| R TurripCabbage.Thets.receiroti. LI K & RuST would reepeetfnlly call the HARTFORD, CONKFCTICL'T,

p. other r 'er ofircdfor .oe. a. 1854. 27 4 meow Uu'lx, auJ ail otli trrL .-iti! .r dryer r>iiiniii{, *. 1:). I1.AMES.li"mnter II attention of their customers and fa-kuds to the extfhsive Capital Stock, . $300,00
J .llli 1'U.i'j'
U IT.
'.. !' We have eudeavoretl, in Georire's HonJura Sar aparilla S. W. BAKER htt) ag4a lUlll Hg lU, TOCU bLIEUV < ? t. 18.1S. 61 and tasteful ascortaimt of Spring and Summer T IIK undersigned. Agent of the above Company

,.4. ...I. ] to give to the public a Medicine which can be "KIXQ OF J'AIN"' Metallic Burial Cases. Goods, which thy are now opeuitjg. Consiatiug in is prepared to take risks against Fire on builj*

k depend IIJK,; to do for tbTum impure w, part ofG.iuta ings and their contents,on the most farvrable terms

: : to which hiadaplid) nil ll.at Mediffne ezra do; and MONTICKLLO, JEFFEUSOX COUNTY FLA. bi u4. tutu u.o lit John Iluu'9 ic4JpIri..a ,j.rnai.y, .. Black. it Colored.. Alpa ra Sack t Frock Coat F. H. FLAGG. Agtnt.TallahnKsec. .
: ciufi-leut that we have dooo so, \vclea\e it to tho March 18. 1854. II md tht Kiufuf Pmn exr.rn'iQ>, uotnui uu l/n uiorttuaa Lustre I. November B, 3 85$. 44
.
and cfUciual curt. It f / iI I; "
cettau atpcel Cna.lirnrotte
a } "
d75.J decide BLtwrrx'i
cvm.non ssxsr thrprvplt\a Bank of Charleston.

is tzJr-itt of(Ii* rrn.E itospi'ttAS 8.r.ArAKi.LA and DR.W. C.RESIDENT. WEII'1'.KCI{, flu JOHN BULL'S 'I" DrapD'Ete "I'ii A OEJi'CY at New Port. Florida.

::' : tie many viortlfM Extraett of a wortlMm inmrn PHYSICIAN 1ItINC1PAI i. met, r HE undersigned keejia, constantly ou hand rariJL Merino.. At UcN AUGHT A ORMOXD.

I S'Htaparilla now s..ld. Thf-n I* not deceived. Re- PISTIL CJIOM iiultl, 0>r I TALLAHASSEE, FLA. I.OjVlLL :, KY. Drap D'Et I _
... eorttoCEOnGE'SUONDUR.VSSARSAPARlLLAand iu the accvruJ. nv lug e rtitieate.J. -- -
yon will be rewarded bv a quick Mid, csy: cnre. OFFERS his professional frer ices to the citizens ol r.rCI sr iiit.m.Our A. EDMONDSOX.WASIII.NGTOX Ci-iuded Mar'eill I Notice.

:: ? TO THE LADIES.-You who wS'h a beautiful -c and vicinity. Offiee fIrst d'M-r Ea-t Ion SALE IIY flUGiTr&i ritE UNITED SIATJuJ. Wallace! Cloth Froak Coats, months after date. the undersigned admicitn*
; Sack 'S SIX
'I 'S .': bar tkin, free fiom all pimplef, blotch*,s. rand impu.L of Poet Oifice building, immediately: adjoining Ur.Nafh. April 5th. CLarulra .4 1 of the estate of John O. Bawls, deceased Itta

u- '. lities, we 6uy, abai>
Nt., *.. find ue the fcauii* fieorge's Ho-iduras! SarsapanllaII _J nunry 14, 1S51._2 __ ly Ajril 29, 1S5 1. 17 to (!,:>rt KMKX :-W' '- nitn. psed the utility of your or- "" Fancy Girtjliam; CoVd Linen '. vouchers to the Judge of Probate of said Ctxsvty.sad

:: -. beautifies tLe eumplexion by reuioving every particle t.imtm.imt.-tl -. 1'ttertttili.! .' Huri.il Ca* ." ued to con r'anVhite A aik to be discharged. ELIZABETH RATRIS,
jtc A. PERRY AMAKER Vests
Marseilles
%, of morbid <.r
  • I.u C. Cdh"in in White ni.dttiir! ; Marsh IS. 1854. II 6ra Admmi tr>Xni
    "
    ? making it jinr'e, Lt'tlt/iit and tigjiotit, nmt chr.nginc} ; TThV r the Ci.ura'M-.sii, ; Cumtery, which inmj'rssc I us with am md! fancy" a.l'd Welting' "
    '
    the yellow aa>! datk countenance to the Llooiu audfeBhnei's the belUf thnt it in the Ut arti'-Ic, kn.iwn to us for Brown Linen FASHIONABLE SPRING &. SUMMER
    TALLAHASSEE, FLA. r 'ML!'. NF.V- PATENT fcTEEL TOOTH CYL I Black: Drap DT.t Pants,
    G of ytnrt4i.TliU tjait'tw'rtimr' tl e de.i-I to their final restinjr place.rtrpect CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES.

    4 medicmet, put npin large b-ittlec.onu of which, May 21. IE. 20( IN 1))CIt (5IX; wn! >'<.- failire 1 M l L.'n -1.ou-ted] Wish we sub1ie f-ur'-elvis, Ymirt, Ac., Ebstigue "" T AM now receiving an extensive assortment o

    : b is VIRTCE, i is fa.l to sir of any other f ti! Ccttfti grow i: Mutcc, is ttill!! alive ir. Clay, I). R. Atchis-.n, Jeff. Dai., .". Merino ClAth 'S JL Cloths, Cassirnere. Testings, Drap TEte, ""White

    -. I -' Ftd Cox.-Fand the mine of CotnsU-ck A Brothers atli'! til-It/ to run, aij'l duiSujj the 1 tst -ctoul Li3 lcn IwI: V.t ', A. C. Greene; \V. it. Kiuu Querrfs Brown and FaPcj Linens, White and Figured Marseilles
    ATTORNEY AND! COUNSELLOR AT LAW L'nen Drill Pant
    if-' 01 th* wrapper aud you will fetthe geuuing George's brueglat t' thrit e'ntc of ii.ii l.kli u.k-u i't1cCt,4 I). S. Ihckmcon) J .in. Webster 1 li-rars It.'g White and fancy all of which I am prepared tu maks up on abort

    is. Honduras Sarapanlia.. Tallahassee, Florida. crtiuu). 1'or iliirt ita.le| its great; Mwvr J. M. Mason. J. M. IVnien, W. P. Maiigurn. BItw and French Cottotiade, notice, m the m st fashionable styles and ou rvasoca*

    : :. All orders mutt he directed to COMSTOCK A Offlee in the immediately the iwiw l in Ii Mrikinjfly I :i|IiIrt[>; ijt tO gt.e Ijiti..-.- .. (October I 1. 153. so; tf Pr('wn anrl Bleached Jean Drawers. bletenna.ALSO -
    up-stalii Capitol
    ; ; L J2T" Lir.en B<, Shirt. Merino UnderbirU,
    lliis iujitiimitv riitsskri i in its lf.nn! the lint cltaiitr s"m
    ., BROTHERS No. 2 St. Peter Place .f Ator ,
    (rear adjoining the Senate Clrtnili. | 0't. 0.10 Leon County lion Works Gent6 fashionable Blar-k Silk Hats A X.AROH 4.XD WELL SELECTED STOCK 07LYW.LECLSOTHINO
    itiidfrte fiovt kiiv'n. nirl dots, cut
    wjif not
    House,) New Toik. 1'jice jl per bottle, or MX bottl tijHti R
    -: s for f 5. D. P. HOLLAND, break i>r in tiny way iiijiuc the i f.l>r<-, st tl. tine: TALLAHA? l tiziK* impaiting to the lint tliiit sft tini 1 i-ilv focli.i Black! fur, Drub brnth and Pearl Hats Consisting ia part of Cashmarette Fro k and Sack
    a Sold, only in To&l1ahaeo by. EDWARD BAR ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, HIS K-taLIi-hn-eiit i now in full i.pvrati-.n. All
    'I NARD, Johnson t Eppe\ M"nt5celli, >, I il.! SeixanTlnmasville whii-Ii ic natural to the Maple \\ l.< n pioLcdiiv IiLti'l, T orders will attended t vit'i' proiLptPe s, and Buys llak!
    1.p$ .. # D. J. Dickeuscn, BainbriJge, and by ote QnincjFlorida, mating ti! .i lint fii-m tl j c.iin" l l.t i>f -4'e'l I, vciih jill \\i i'rk di-w xvitli! ncatiic'ssind: < <.h. Iiifautd fancy: Pearl Hat, Sacks: Drap d"Ete Frock, Sack and Business Coat,

    t ; t"q.q. .1: sanD ID every town. '\TILL practice in the Court* of the Middle Cir from J to 1 J ovn!* i.cr pouuJ luoiy tL.tiiv! g'nnfl All kink 'f \\i rk. *-i.ehin te.tiiiV.'rk, Mill Woik, Faiic-y Goods. Arpocca Sack and Business Coats, White, Brown and
    -- -- -.--- Jacknon and Franklin Couuties.Octiil.cr the pin. Fancy Linen Coats, Black Drap d'Et and Scn.merCaosimere
    I. and on saw (jtn Ge irHi r>qL.ar dui1. Ctix-ulur Saw 3taeliiumery'sitaftiuig Ribtxms of all qualities Bi-nnt-t. Cap White and

    ., FAIRBANKS' 23. !Sfi2. _ 42 tf It cli-uiH tlie Sea ]-h\i\ I Cotton U-antiful. ani l will Piiile\i, ll-ii.gei! *. Plough Castings 1ras 3 C-o'iI'-red Sutin &ibu>us, Black, White aud Colored Pants, White and Fancy Liom Paths

    fin fn'in SoO to 10u PLATFORM SCALES SCOTT
    \VILLIAM
    ;.y 1 t Maiinfvtuiers Lue t Ud it, the 'lint it jam a much { Cuiistuntl}' n Land. All work dine! in such an tablihment Ladies l>rcss Goods Silk Vests, Shirts, Collars, Crarats. Undershirts.Driw
    Ixltcr cfjulitim f. tlit Mill than) ( Gloves.. Hosiery, S* JOHN PRATORIUS.
    'r other
    roiv AT L&W torn any i will be dune with!
    : .. LONG KNOW-EVEftEIX TESTED by uq, a particular regard Consisting in part cf 18S4.SKYLIGHT.
    -. i';i in., I IIn Aprils, 14
    -ALWAYS rticur, THK icKVOWLEDCKD MONTICELLO, FL. to: the iti en;tb and durability Cf tho work. Plain nod printed Embroidered Lawns,
    t %, '* X'-rtlj Cnroliiui Mcr rHBiittl' A-S'-nof I"L'ocoinb Competent Workmen always iu readne to put up Black and 2d Mounjing.Plain. DAGUERREltf GALLERY
    ; aT.ND4Rfl. July O, 1S53. 80 tljan in-l 1)B.) L. '. ,
    & __ County, : Hill of \Va\n. ( 'untr. and nn inTiinn*-?, /<.. Printed and Embroidered Organdies,
    New York, FAIP.BANKS i Co. bfl st.Febimry -ruli'tliirs have I luo.l l tljti ( Cott'on : OVER BARXABD'S DKTJO STORE.
    AgooU itt (-n.lM.rt the
    will be liberal and all work done for
    DR. JOHN p. DUVAL, strictly BiaC White, and Colored Jaconet,
    : __ !: 25. 1s5L 8 6u jiafct fct'avn Mid ait? Jii.jl) n--ph. cu-!i, tr aectpted rdt isn u .i>tne uine-s firm in this Black and 2d Mourning and Colored Bareges, rl HE subscribers respectfully announce to the la-
    TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. In Txn tho} Niw (;Jin M Idiuiiil IKwt cl 'an. JL di' a and gentlemen of Tallahassee) and
    .): j r.ljce. Li:! i-ral juieea paid for tld! Iron, Copper aujUra P.kek. Colired, and Embroidered Tissues, vicinity
    -t.d- DAVID C. WILSON OITICJ: AT Till, COUKT IIUUM. Ciit.: ) J0h11 1)aicmtm i>f Mata oniil. vrli,<> itarei&.J! the -*. Pl-iin and Printed Hern.iniy. that their Gallery is open daily for the reception of

    18.VI. 4 Jirft two (Jiu, wiiil; in Tii..is iladai'-t! tI.t if he Lai! : visitors, Sundays excepted. Mim&tttca taken of .U
    S pl a*uie in calling the aticblion of liis ensJ. Jantifiry2R, All Kttcrs mu-t benddrewil (p"t psid) to Tine and 2d Mourning and Colored Gughamaof
    -- n'o< i\L''l tlii-uiiiitiiiiv t<> li.ivt (Cinn.; d hw ul.-jlecrop, it J.'M. Flit.i1iri'h sizes and styles of the art. Ladies and gththan til
    awl SllISKit
    tomers and tie public to the choice extensive CO. ># all qualities,
    Spring and SummerOlotli.i3Q.gr. i.t.t.! hat-c ) iiirtcict.cc offr invited call and
    : taa.e a 'uj iuw to S'J'J"' to examine their specimens.
    I 11 1 lo
    EMoiiment "fSPRING : i i3t. 1.tint stud Insertincs of all descriptions,
    tI ;.. iI..llmtri in his f f.tvi r. N. B. Instructions given iii the art, and all kind* oDaguerrtaa
    ; F ('i.urt-j} ParaaoU htid l'arasoets! ,
    AND GOODS
    SUMMER '
    .' : 1 h. ITu'1I tu are vir e'ic.1 to 1.iv : I5 mm pnrtla P. B. BROKAW'S Parasoleta materials for sale.

    ., !-y j. \iliich h has jtiet received by all the fjcr-nt iiirivalu, "\JOW re'iing, nt the viell kno-.Mi tunu ol A. ]Bi ..1 ltt; I 1- lLt.i'I ii', .JK 1 iH-j, (,?,, WJ1| .1.] > fn-tn P.'ark! and 2d I Moiirr.ip': Parasols and KUHK3 & BAILEY.

    I.. _AI L. 4. nnd ii tiv opyiiiog fr iiiKpection. In the diVj sal i JL i CLARKE, a fine af'rtnient of t I'0 (m t.,, I ::00 ]H>ni: >N t-t'i hut in tinn.u.o tjtii-, Mithj.ioj U ERt AND! SALE STABLES Gt're'f! Cjiri all C'oiLiM dc ,
    ,',t.t.s ... whereof, 1" pledRcs li'iMselfimt: to be undersold I'], HJ JLJtI-MA DE (2l4OTtI1 ( 4r fp'-'-d, and I.. innn" l"n;. co-> a ?.i\v (Cinr.'il; ,, ; I LI.AIIASSEJ J:, FLORIDA.n rehiefz,

    tLc *.iiic ti-rms, by any h.ue in this? ciy.Am.jiiifth in C.TC of failure; with prop, r L1'.igc, tI. y v. ill l U nude! I IPur HOTEL.
    -
    ,uitai1' f''r' Spring and Summer wear, comprising hi
    flbiC1 may be fuuuJ a very i are and g.o ). iAPT. NEWMAN having:efeeet! his Ilotel,
    '. ,r 4 cioiec Btlc .ti >fLadies part the Jl'jwii'' .ittieUii! : f.f IS jmh Gn ::OQ. r..rf. 1 n HK Prfprietor would inI Vel .. and Plch seat
    4 : ]Biowu R.d Wliite Va\y Drill Frok Saok Co.ili, rv.- J. f',riii bus fi sends anti the .gL
    iIVIIVeI cii tl. .
    Fine Dress Goods at lepot r lan.! ti tl' G i tits Patent Leather Eiitanl Saddle, that and commodious crick BuMa;
    4 : Fancy md Wltitf Ijiicn I Prill) d-j do do g bi! -. th.it he hisn built __ faited up large
    : : r, hnda I Man! I tjnih| to | '& "
    onciistin i tt pwt of ret the Cii i; ra.uiutt Spani'h Booth of the Court House, formerly occupied as a Titem -
    Clouded atid While Frf/ck -jrk Coat Hi, h.Stai.l.s! fh. -ld stand
    anc Iii at ami I
    ii .Li i iTh'r i Isnre iprrpifd 1''V "
    1 1ci-tu- Cat t.-ii tri-J -I "
    <>n s Tenneec-ee
    Brocade Silks Berag 1ti1s.Sii1id C-l'd] } Mr. Goodbrwri and known then ,the Banner;
    a
    Strijed and Plain (Singham Sack C'oit t<, I t'. n.mt'i'aU-' fiiiiidniid by
    in1 customers.lit ,
    will \io stock i'filial' CIH; 1 ILI'
    b I : 4-4 1.ak Silk, ani Figured a : kpt in Tal1l.lharhf Rtuiset take this method of the public that
    9 Bl'k an.! Ol'd Prnp d'Eta: Sa(k and Frock Coats, I [ >! h.iattuchcii t tu his SubKs i.I.ieksnath House, informing
    ; f -ii a good
    Fancy siafl. Ron; ) .. -\\ hite French ; *: Ht the I I'.li'-k u St<.t.| M.', tv! nvip5-d bv ( I. II Spuuisii converted the said building into a Hotel, sod
    1fiIJ d I.> do Summer Cl. !h do do .I' here he 'Ri'l di.r.e ail tf he has
    kinds!
    "
    .ji\e
    JI 7 E. T. fc C-/ p. : is Scat do.
    f.rtl.ojl ,, Chain '
    ;. Cr3pc tie l'ariq. WorV.ed, Wliite and Col'd Dii.1! P.iuta, I'latuati'-..I'K, Horte jlnu-it-ir. itHi Cnrringc work, respectfully
    r1 )iaaqin'eW and splendid F.ernge lela'np) i, (iin. F.ridle: Martit.ijiiks P.idiu Bugsjy and Carriage will be spared to render those comfort*
    MHrseillfs Paul" pains or expense
    Fancy in th Let lu1'fIm'r il v.ith ; and
    f-tyU% Filmed Challief., Fa'ifV CanMi.ii-i a
    rafcWft: : *" Solid Cvl'd, Tan, Brown, Challey PriiieJ) Beiages, Bl'k lrap d'Eta do d'> do >:t34Ce, will iu< t-t With ]j1 i (>uiptittertit.ii., ( 5\t tuber 5, \ "j'.j. -H I Hardware a fl(1 CUhICS )'. cry Stables, formerly kept by Capt.Necnax'are so rnccted

    i? I Drabs, Steel, Giecn, L-fvus, Fuiiey Bud White Marseilles Vests, JOHN 31. WAIJDWi:! ?,, AUHST.P. Knives and Fom ks. Pm find Pifket Knivcs. Gurs, xath the HotsL E. E. BLACKBURN.Monticello .

    Pink, Blue Black aad Tissues diiTeionl ity1. Ligbt Silk Vcbts.AISO. IVwdtr l''la-ki and (Jnme; December 24, 1853. &1 .
    Spring Wanted hnt Pinii-hrs, Bugs.Trunk,
    S TlKse Gin-i I lir' ,
    e%( IVhita Betakes, Muklioa of all kbdi, DilVOItSALT HIDES f.r wl.Wi theriitihi'st I hx. D's'r atuth Pad Jocks.Cut Steel Spades and Sh.,vSujrar -
    ALSO, a full nssoitmcnt of C.ttin at th? e'uare.ceur.ntt .f (;utIIut. 1 11(1 t To THE PLASTERS OF FLORIDA--
    A general a ormcnt of Shirt *, Collv. Oloves, Cravats t / F 1.1C.1limia' A t1.isei Attg.rs, l'latmes, Cut-nails,
    I.aee and EmbroidcTies Hats and Can jiboii, at t ho Pliiitati..n ..f Ci.I. It. W. \Viiin-, G.n. lkJ i.iurket nit.e '. ill l.e j'tiid l-v t-t.
    ,
    Ir fPPt; VIS I Hof-ery, Prawns, Undt-rthiits anil various other (O .t.l-r I I RUS'T. Irsit. Jicilows. hI-.ainmcrs, An us. S.ickaanih Cotton Seed.-No Humbug.
    *.. BouneU aad Trimwinji, Bi-oU and Si! < es, l:4.4-.y: : Gov. John) liai.h! I and W. F. J.lnvd, of 15. I t3.t.: Jl I lir.IU t
    r irticK* U-o numerous lo inenti' Dies, Screw.p'.tes. Vict-s, hoes, Ctru h-1Ieu5, in Mississippi but so
    L' Ciuntv C"I. U. P. WLiiner HE undersigned now
    farNjJ
    Paraioli and Fans, Wood Mid Willow War*. on : f |, (\,
    A full assortment of Cloths. Ca'-simeres' Vcstings, Valuable Lands lor Sale. Cuuer4, Catt l'how.jn.iutts and 3WeCIis, Trace T ha made atraPge3 t1
    a OloTc*. liose, it, Hardware and Cutlery Thomas M. White, T X. A. J. I ). .M.irruk i.nd R. A! Straw return borne.

    4 b' Ladies Gaiters, Hollow Wuie aud Iron, which the subscriber i in prepared to manufactuie to Yopng, <.f Jackxui ('o. :J. G. Aidirn nn I 'Cj''i'] *. ,\N V ot the I 1tnili: beI.'riitmg; to th* tstat i-f Henry ChAin. d.4 d.C. most careful Planters in the selection and nProTrtn tS
    order ou the shortest notice, in the most approved I Daniel) Biiil nf J.-irerhu, ( ; roterht';. > of seed to supply him with Cotton Seed' fer
    TIM and l3uskins, Lc, Groceries, do., &e., ic.GenU \ > ttatt. :iti.| J ( fi (;tli. d.-eeiiii.-il. nu.u' be trested fur irately, Ly nt Ut'
    ? DrtM Good, .tyk, and >ffi 1sbte manner. All in want of good- I-q.: md (%>1. R. II.u ria'.n. ol M.iclisoi, (',r?,i ? .H'pliea.tion. to either of the F.xectiton T.-.H. Ci.lToe Rice, Best Pale Otard Bran* next crop. He has taten great pains- to prcCTt th'
    Ft
    call. fnris
    ) AnJ all other urticlet required by the country or Clothing TlielftUr from ic) Mills! MarifarJiu.ij "c.-.rr.pa- MARTHA, (; EE. Uxcculrix, Iv, Old ityc Whiskey. Ileotilied Whiskey, Gin. Rum. purest and best sorts, and will engage to ':

    1 town resident. lo fine, our > oekoi.nAits i rather iii the y Orders fiotu, the country promptly aUen
    1 .l3bstanti1 realitius, than in puff and outward ap-- to,March by A. B CLARKE. tLio Oia for Long btajilo Cotton. a JL! S?i"NT.. [ >rsFel'runry Caudles, and Soap. With n variety vf other articles before been brought to the Stat Be *uLd Mark3 T w
    18 1854. 11
    porneea. IS, 1851. 7 6:11: [Sentinel 1.1)4) numerous to insert hcrt1. the eeod to the order ef the PlanUrMf -will

    :hLy4 April 15.1654. VS D. C. 1VION. Copper, Tin, and Sheet-Iron Hou-okE, Macs. April 4. 1654. '1'ullaljassee. March 18, So4._11_ Newport during the next- iifl yffSiS oft).pt0 ar.
    MILES NASH **"*
    S. IL PAEKHL-eT, Esq. & CO. Notice. I duce certificate. $1e4 .t.andn% <,f the Planters from

    ;j4-cj' Layly P. DOlT, B. H. M. DAVIPbOX MANUFACTOM.THE ihor Sir We hive Dealers in Drugs Medicines &c. ticks furnished, and The kinds martaisketi .111btf
    lued lie few 0bWa
    t' DOBY & DAVIDSON, bales c.fa Wand and tli.-r I.m t VLL persons interested will take notice that sir whom they ar MexIcan, tbe Vic'k, the Pitt an4
    Subscribers it form the citizens of Tal- etipIo C.'tl.nHwhich WOULD inform their friemh and the public, that .1 after the first publication of this advertisement thi ig White th.
    Mexican
    V "? ]!" 1 7\11! ? W& i you ejy was ginneJ on your Soa1j The Biz White are
    LI ; LJ7
    : iru U ''JTL J\J lEi w AT and the surrounding country, that Gin. Ct.ttun luiVo on hand a good usHortmeut of sucharu'oli's I intend to apply tt> the Hon. Judge of Little Br' tb. most reliable sto.kihot
    as
    QUINCY, FLORIDA. they are now prepan-d tfuniinh cuetoncr We regret in not hirtinga larger as arc djenerally kept in their line of business, Probates of Leon Cot'iity for a discharge frt Mid-Jle Circut; of Florida with all kinds of wiie wholesale and supply tf thi- and will be rectivit'g regularly fesh supplies. Their will supply
    1TILL praetice ia th retail, in their Cotton to ii.ms through our work* : a larger Administratorship of thu estate William IL Brockenbrougli. wishing Seed, can address him at Md i
    T.1i : a. V V and in the Eastern Counties of VeIt }'Florida. line of bu iuc 4. would cnaldc us juds'e "as mmutity terms shall Us reasoutahle.1'allaliastee. deceased. Planters

    I4 All busuiMis ntrutted to their car willrec**>. proiuptAttcDtion. The Subscribers call the attention of the public to merit of your Cotton nioie Gin coircctly over the toth rclalivo April titi,. 1853. 14_ F.LLEN A. BUOCKF.N-B150UGU, Adm'x. Court House, Florida po.t-d pH

    2j I their assortment of Parlor, Cooking and Wood Stoves, roller Giu. comtnoii for Sale. June 17. 185-1. 24_ _6m__ 11 tf
    Negroes
    1 'k;' h.A Deoetaber i, 186?. 61 of the latest ftyle ; all trimmed ia complete order, at With our experiment* on the rriudl Api-iI9.ISS4.!
    it the lowest market pricu. Please call aud examine n-reivcd l h.t of Cotton LIKELY MAN about 32 venraof age. and a Notice. NotiCw.LLpMoosh .
    of the oriiuion
    wo 1
    uro that
    f 4;; Land for Sale. before purchafcing eWwIiere. Also. Brittannia widJapauued does not injure the Staple of'the Cotton your,Cott/m Giu Woman about 22 yearn, with her four children.or months after tho dale of this notice, I .bIt 1 Tinjfdcm nd. sg1c A* ******

    I terms Ware, Lead Pipe, Sheet Zinc, Sheet Lead and that Urtn;, its eu.juiru of F. U. FLAGG. SIX application to the Judge of Probate of Mad COWti
    T WILL cell my plantation on that are resa. there i h' an iinprovcrn-nt Iii tho evcnucss, and cl*>Hiilinewof ;; Green, d.oiape4lgt.oS Leoo
    : JL *narjl and accoramoda'iuf' to the purchaser. It Iiou e-work, Roofitg, Fancy Heads, for gutter4 Oul- th" fil.i,4., nhich will materially increase the- April IS, ISM. 15 ison County Florida for my discharge aa admiuutra- must. pmcri vy them to this wMgMd within the ti

    L S lie* ia Jefferson O.unt7. Fla., eighteen miles Eut of tering Pipes-Shop work of every description done value of the art.'cl-j au.J reduce the cost of Manufac Works tor of John Colerr.au, deceased. rcscrTbed by law.ortbi.: tiee will be pia4tar
    Wakulla
    with oeatncs and desriatch. Iron VANS RAXDELL, Adm'r.May aZ'requestsd
    TalUhusee, to the neighborhood of Waukeenab., It turing., of their recovery ; atid all persons mdeted

    *. :i M choice land and in good repair, with two bondredaod WHITE X SLUBBER. However those aro nucstious which can bo more NEW1 011T, I'LOKIDA.EktaMishmcnt 20, 1 85-i. 20_Bni__ to m J imm.dIatel7.II. .

    L. sixty arc* cttarPd. Land btiyer* e tne and see Octobers, 1655. 40 tf c.rttZfactnri1y a.ttlcd Ly exjxjrimtuU en n larger T is now in full operation. All ? BLOCB-

    $ for uriaIsei. ANDERSON PEELER. wale, and in order to ncoomplith llilt, "W WHS you orders will be attended to with promptness, and Notice. Sbetiff.aad i Ev-iAto A4'

    18 tf Tobacco. will be able to fuiulub all work done with neatness und disputeh.AH I shall present my final ao
    :1 )iyG. IS4. larger supplies of long fctaple : months after date 22, 1884. 8w
    : TUHT received a large lot of tin various brands o Cottou ginned bjr jour Sea Wand Cotton Giu. kinds of work, such ao Steam Work,Mill Work, SIX: and vouchers to the Judge of Probate _.!July

    ? f NEW YORK. eJ the forger Tutiaco, which to tha trade will be sold Toure Truly, Gin Geurinp, Sugar Mill!, Circular Saw Machinery Madbm County, admiuiatrator of Lucy Roberts, Madison Circuit ,wl..

    : CALDWELL at co t awl charges. D. C. WILSON. (Sigucd) J. L DAVIS, Agent. Shu fLing, Pulley, Hangers, Plough Castings, Brass and ask U> be discharged from *7l adaniniatiatO1'h1PJAdE& fall Tirm. 1854.. &tAckunpI.S Sum:
    BREWER
    I Aj April 1854. 18 Iladley Folks Co. iiiil. Casting, te,; also, Sugar K ttk of any siee, kept ROBERTS. Admr. $27 62-100.

    j SUCCB&SORS TO, CENTER 4 CO, June in, ,0. ,. 23 tf coiiitnutly on hainl. All woik done in such an eats May 6. 1854. 18 Cm Rjcbard Sa3

    GEXEBiL COMiHISSIO ITIERCHA TS Cheap Goods.r"PlIE liahmeut will be done by us. with a particular regard :. DuFONT
    It3t
    I to the and of (lie work. JOSEPH H. WItTs 0i
    No. 0 OLD SLIP Subscribers CAntempIart New Store ktrcDgth durability l. Wilmot Wltar,Os-U
    tM
    M&ylIS&4.. IV lyEliSKINE X such a new arrangement in their Competent Workmen always ia readiness to put op TTO AT LAW, Walker, M.rc' a4FutM sii
    .. I business M makes it subscriber baa pure-based the tock of Engines, tc. W .
    necestary to THE goods FLORIDA, and .t1. of Ws1t. will ti
    ..- dispose of their present stock of Goods. Thw Block hayward A Randolph, sand intends, kecpuu' u Terms will be liberal, find nil work dote strictly for QOINOV mug Ittrsd 101rb7

    & DILWORTJT, consist of a good supply cf Watches ot every description general nesortmcnt His; present stock is well ta-or- cabb, or accepted orders f>n seme business firm in this continue to occupy the office recently occu L .ttbs
    ted and he inYites nil Iis fiicnds to call place, Tulluhateee WILL the Ute firm of .0..H;& J. H. DuPont. "Pr"j4ts4
    : ATTORNEYS AT LAW Jewelry, Faney Goods, Cutlery, Onus, Plated nnd see him. or Quincy. by atta hmsct aad
    WAraaJid uumerou other articles,'wliieh thoy pledge He plc.gee! Inmsclf to Bell! en aa good term* as any Liberal prices paid for oicj Iron, Copper and Brass. and U) pnvctfco jn the adjacent Connti of the Middle to te 41&tS* tb.rebttI

    V MOXTICELX.O AND tilUXCT.E themielve to sell to cub cunU.mers at prentlr reduced Houae in the city. AU Lctttra must be addre cd (post paid) to and VTwteru ('jriits. lie will also attend the terms jcwe &ATS, 11.atif' :LuGrl.-

    I., :bflY TXK, Qotay-W.S. Dawi> w, Mm'JceHo! ;wiecr. TOWLE & MrEr. TilOfi. P.'RANDOLPH. II. IL PON I) i CO.. of the Supreme Curt ia Tallabasitee and Maiianca I Julj 52, 1854. :9.

    JuIj *, 1. Aj-nl liIb51.. 13 May 27 1651, Jamwij 21, 1st. 3 l XewlVtt, Fla. J-unuarj 7, 155t. 1


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