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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 12, 1854
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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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.. DYKE. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA., AUGUST 12, 1854. VOLUME VI----NO. 32. :.i7! T.

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CrBAU1UORITY.. intenderjce of the Secre'ary of War, for the I I nesses administer: oaths, and do and perform Beit enacted by the Senate and llonse of: of June one thousand. eight hundred and forty have and use a common seal and shall:have :jt[/y. ,,

OF THE UNITED STATES. continuation of the improvement of the Cap I all other necessary acts in the premises. He Representatives of the DnitetlStaies, of Amer. i four, ten thousand dollars! ; (power to purchase and hold not exceeding! ;H t *.:.
LAWS Fear Uiver. North Carolina, at or 1 : 5h:11 make a full report on all such claimsas ica u Congress assembled That the counties For pensions to widows under acts of ,the one hundred acres of land in the'District or."r *

communication with the Ocean. originated before the cession of the territory of Cattaraugus and Chautauque and the second of February one thousand eight hun Columbia,? north of the limits of the city of \'j4 -

[Public. No. 21.] Approved July 22, lSj t to the United States by the treaty of harbors, rivers aud waters on the southern dred and forty eight and twenty ninth of Ju. Washington, to sell and dispose of such parts %.t} '.,

.iS' \cr t' amend the third section of tho Gnadalup Hidalgo, of eighteen hundred and shore of Lake Erie in the State of Nrw York,' ly, one thousand eight hundred and forty eight of said land as may not b* wanted for the '; .

v4Lt making appropriations fur the civil [Public, No. 4 1.] denoting the various grades of title west of and including Cattaraugus Creek firy six th( u;an I dollars ; purpose of a cernetry : Provided, That at .: > ;.;?'*

,rrd.! diplomatic expense* of government AN ACT to establish the offices of surn"vorgen'rl with his decision as to the validity or invalidity aud the shores on each side of said creek, r'or pensions and half pay to windows and least thirty contiguous acres shall! be forever {

fr the year ending the thirtieth" of June of New Mexico, Kansas and Nebraska of each of the same under the laws and west along the shore and territory bordering p'rans' under the act of third of February, appropriated and set apart as a cemetry. *tt tt'.vi;::

eighteen hundred and fifty four, and for to donations to actual settlers I usages, and customs of tho country beforeI on Lake Erie aforesaid to the Pennsylvania one thousand eight hundred and fifty three with authority to said corporation to receive, r '

others purpobes. therein gran, and for other I its cession to the United States ; and shall! 'II State line, and the islands in the three hundred and seventy six thousand two gifts and bequests (or the purpose of orna- '-s.*. ','. -
purposes.Be
He it enacted: by the S"ntemd House of I also make a report in regard to all pueblos said Lake contiguous thereto heretofore hundred dollars. and {*
it enacted by the Senate and House of embraced \ meriting improving said cemetry, and to '_*
.Representatives of the United States of Amer Representatives of the United States of America I existing in the Territory, showing the extent in the district of JJufFab Creek shall Approved July 27, 1S51. : hold such personal property as bo ro- ; *

Tea: i in Congress assembled\ That ofthe clerks in Congress assembled, That the President iI i- ( and locality of each, slating the number ofinhabitants j jj l.r.- -full-.- nre_ .. henhv. constituted,. ,-- .n- >->nlni-.]-->tion.... quisite to carry out tho object 0(-this may act. .* .*f *

authorized by the third section of the net apprmvd.March by and with the advice and consent of j in the said pueblos respectively, I Ij district to l be called the district of Dunkirk ; [Public, No. 50.] Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That ." .

third eighteen hundred and fifty I th Senate, shall be and and he is hereby j an J the nature of their tiLes to the land.- and a port of entry for said district is hereby AN ACT making provision for the postal the the affairs of the said corporation shall!! bo .,-'>t t.
three, entitled An nct making appropriations 1 Such__ renort. to.. 1m :. nrrnr.liuf in. tlm.. e-Ublished at Dunkirk and the of California and conducted ?
authored to appoint a surveyor general for. -- n -1- -- -- "' I ports of Barcelona service in the State in bjr a president and three managers, i :-1y
for the civil and diplomatic expenses Now Mexico shah ht; f>rm which ma}' be presci-ibedhyt1'e Secretary | Silver Creek and Cattaraugus Creek tho Territories: of Oregon and %Washing who shall Le elected annually by a majority *

of government t for the *year ending lha thirO three w1o:11u11 .alr\wllse; power, j (If tll Interior ; which report shill be shall be ports of deli\'Nj-. ton. of the votes of the proprietors; the .said president .- **

of June eighteen hundred and lil'ty and .14lars.'s be the same as'' laid before Congress for such action thereonas Sec. 2. And be it further enacted That Be it enacted by the Senate the House ofRepreientatives and managers to fill all vacanciWiu their :*,

four," those of the t first class shall: receivw a nuthori\provided by law hal surveyor general may be deemed! ) just and proper with aview there shall be appointed in the manner prescribed of the United States of Americain own body and shall have p wer- to lay l out .:;
twelve 'hundred dollars annum; thls I to confirm Ilona iiJe and give '; law collector of for the assembled That the Postrnas and .
salary per of Oregon; he bhall have proper allow grants by a customs Congress ornament the grounds;remove and alter ".
those of the second\ class a salary of fourteen \ ance for clerk hire, office rent, and fuel not full efi'ect to the treaty eighteen hundredand j aforsaid district who shall thereafter and during General; be, and he is hereby authorized to old buildings and erect new ones, to lay out ..
hundred dollars per annum ; those of the third I what now is or hereafter be forty-eight between thc United States :, his conlinuai.ee in office resiue at lh. empower tho Special Agent of the Post Office and sell or dispose of burial lots to appoint I
exceeding may
class: a salary of bixteen hundred dollars per allowed by law to f.-iid surveyor general of and :Mexico; and, until the final action of, port of entry created by this act, togetherwith Department in tho State of California all necessary officers and agents and fix : .'.t
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annum and all clerks not provided for in j and he locale his office from (!1' Congress on such claims, all lands co\'cred' such other subordinate officers of the and in the Territories of Oregon and Washington } their several duties and compensation and ".

this act, performing the surne or similar ilu- i lime Oregon to time; at "'fhal places as may be directed ',. thereby shall be rlIr.\.d from sale or otlerdiposal ;': customs arc provided for by laand, the I to appoint letter carriers, for the delivery to make such by laws rules and icgulations ;. .' ,.

tics with any one of the clause*, shall receivn f/ by the President of the United Ftites.I I II j by the Government and shall not ba : compensation of said collector shall bo such I I letters from any Post Office in the as they may deem proper conducting the /" .:

the same co'mpeusation as is allowed to such I Sec. 2. And be it further (UcttJ. That I 1 subject\ to the donations: granted by the pnjvrnus sum as shall be designated by the Secretaryof said tStato or Territories, and to allow any affairs of the corporation, for the government "...*. "

class, and tlio clerks employed in the Census to white male citron of the Unites II i i'States provisions of this act. ii i the Treasury in the classification of the, letter carrier so appointed to demand and receive of lot holders, aud visiters to the cemetry. .* "

Bureau shall be paid, during the present every, or every white maid above the age 011!i,, Sec. J n. And be it further enacted, That compensation of Collectors of Customs, rot I a sum for all letters, newspaper or other and for the transfer of stock and the evidence : -,V .

fiscal \'cl1r.llae same as is hereby allowed to i twenty one years who has declared his full power and! authority are hereby given the! to exceed one thousand dollars per annum ; j! mailable matter, not more than may b. recommended thereof. In all elections held under this act, ; ...?

cfcrks of the second class. :! tlltO.1! to become: citizen, and who was rei ',. BCTetaT' (If the Interior to issue, all needful Provided, That in case no classification of; by the Postmaster for whose of- each proprietor shall be entitled one vola ,. ,.
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted That rules and for fully carrying into'' of Collectors! .f such letter carrier be for each share :
i siding in said Territory prior to the day : regulations I tho compensation ( Cus'omst fico may appointed ; held by Mm or her. .
the stamp and blank agent for the post office :I jl/f,. January, eighteen hundred and fifty frt effect the several prm'iMoiis! *>f this! act. shall bu lI ado then the con;>ens ition of the Provided, That not more than twenty fIve Sec. :3. And be it further enacted. That : : '." "f

department receive the same salary as clerk* 'I 1 and who ;may be still residing; there there shall'(: See. 10. And lw it furtherenacted, That the I collector for the port of entry established by cents shall be charged for any letter, newspaper the capital stock of said company shall bt :':':"

of tho second classI'.n'idcJ, for in the firt'section I b and hereby; K donated, ; -quarter ecti'l, ':; evident, of the luit"el States be and he is I, this act shall be five hundred dollars per an- I or ounce of other ruailaIle! matter. All represented by two thousand shares of fifty : ..

of this act; u'lj an addi.ion of twenty 'i or(one llnlrCd, and sixty n acres
per) cent is hereby added to the pay now i And to 'Nwhile male citzen of the United !n-l consent: (If the Senate, a saneyor general as are authorized by exi-ting laws. : rates (if compensation modified within the according to their respective Interests and ..

authorized by law to each-of the nu'esengeripackers -. 1! States, or( white male above the ofi for, the Territories of Nebraska and Kansas I I s..c.t:{ AnJ be it further enacted That d',. limits aforesaid, whenever the same shall! be transferable In such manner as tlie bylaws I ; .*'
every ago -
laborers and watchmen of the dif-. i tweatv-one: who has declared! his inten-: who shall locate his oifiee' at s'ich placeas put) collectors of customs for the several found expedient in the opinion of the appointing may direct. ,. .

ferent executive departments: elf the government i I ton; to become years a citizen, and who hav- the President of tho United States shaH ports of delivery constituted by this act shall agent : And it i is further provided, That Sec. 4. And bo it further enacted That ,1
in Washington ; to the clerks employedin shal from to time direct, and whose duties, sad for their '!'I all such and lanes ?.
j removed or shall rein vw to and said lirnl be appointed compensated services appointments contracts shall be streets, alleys roads, or canals, of any l' _
the navy yard and marine barral.at: '!! Terrilor' between! the first ofJltr', p"\crs,01Il:1tios, and responsibilities: and in the mode'prescrib-jd by existing laws: subject to tho approval of the Postmaster sort, shall be opened through the property of '"
Washington ;; to the clerk, messenger and compensation be the same as those of 'laud sail officers shall exercise all the fleneralaiufupomi notice to carrier said .
ightenn; hundred and fifty three, and the first powers |I ; any of corporation, exclusively used and ar>- *
laborer in the office of commissioner of public ,I day of January; eighteen hundred and fifty the surveyor !(/cr:11 of Wisconsin, and Iowa, I and \.vested in deputy collectors of cus- his rejection by the Postmaster General, his propnated to the purposes- ( a cemetrv: ...
buildings, doorkeeper and assistant: do.ir- nd'h,; allowed the same amount torns existing laws, and contract shall be determined Provide! That *
i iit, there shall in like manner: be donated : lmllJe : un'r appointment nothing herein contained I
keeper: at the executive rnan ion ; pabliu\ <; hundred and sixty for >fiic i one quarter-sectio-i, or: one .
gardner laborers employed ii: the public! clerk hfcv as i is allowed tu. said surveyor general of this act, shall be public road
1 acres, on condition, : of actual settlement pursuance subject to the any or street or lane, or alley,
grounds and president's garden ; two additional Wisconsin and Iowa. I Public No. 47. I of the forty first section of _
and cultivation for not less than four years: [ ] provisions the act. now actually opened arutnsed as such. ..
watchman and the police. at the eapi-
tol ; watchmen: employed: at the pesidsnt'sLouse include the actual settlement and said surveyor general shall cause the necessary -i the expenses of the Cayuse war. of the Post o3ice Department, and to provide any person who shall .wilfully destroy, inu- .*.

and resorvatiju No. tw, lamplighter, \ sh.1 the dunce and shall be selected surveys t..) be made in said Territoresof! Be it enacted by the Senate and House of I more effectually for the settlement of the ac- tilate deface, injure or remove any tomb f'\\ .

\ the general superiutendant; the draw keepers ilpr'"tl'ltuf bv legal: 8 ibdiviiions. within three months standard meridian, base and parallel lines, Representatives of the United States of A. couns thereof," approved July second, eigh- monument gravestone, or other structure .4

of tho bridges across the eastern branch I after' J of the land where the settle. ,. and' of township[ and subdiviaional lines, under merica in Congress assembled, That there be, I teen hundred and thirty six, except as' herein fliced iri'said'cemotry: : or any fence,rai ing. or .:.
and Potomac ; and that the provisions of the rueiit was} survey rna-le before the ; and where! I such rules and regulations as !hal be and hereby is, appropriated out of any mon- j otherwise provided: Provided. That no letter work for protection ornament of said cem- t ".

I j second sl- lion of the act of August S.irh'": the:sottiriient; was lal.alt T survey the.ur'eth(n I i pre4criv}ed by tho Commissioner of eys in the treasury not otherwise appropriated |I or letters, or other rnailable (matter) shall be etry, or any tomb monumentgravestoneor ."'. .

first, eighteen hundred and (fifty two, making within three nnn'hs atr: the settlement;! has eral Land Office. the further sum of seventy five thousand : delivered by any postmaster to said carriers, other structure thereon, or shall wilfully destroy '

j appropriations) for the civil and diplotrulic .,: I been mado; and :-ill! personsfailin. : ? to designate" !I Sec. I-. And be it further enacted.! That ':| dollars to pay the actual and necessary expenses :: unless lequestod in writing; by tie person o I cut, break, or remove any tree, shrut .'% V _

expenses of the government fur the til.- boundaries of the' clairn, uitlirn that time all the lands to which the Indian title has : incurred by tho provisional government I| persons to whom said letters or other mailable or plant I within the I limits of said cemetry, ./*. :
year ending the thirtieth of June eighteen I i .the :; hppn or shall he extinguished within said'Territories of Oregon in defending the people of: matter may be directed.i : shall be considered guilty of a misdemeanor, -%
shall I n'ght to bame.S : '
)hundred and fifty IhrE'f',"-c. be: and i ishore-. (-c.fMf'itl. 1 be it further enacted, That, on '!. of Nebraska Kansas shall be subject the saId Territory from the attacks and hostilities -i Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That and on conviction thereof [before ''ny justice <* -.f' *)
by extended to such |K>rsons herein enumerated : J to the of the pre-envitinn: actIf of the ; Indians in tho each and l'\'el'-lettcr.carrier of the of the '
proof if the settlement and cultivation operations Cayuse years which may peace county .Washington, :4. : *
required
who ,'art'in employment during that fourth S eighteen hundred and I'! .| linn/l I..l .I! fnriir 'A"'t'.1 --'. r'-''_'.'..o 'Jr ilairbhall ; shrill he ( Kv flm ft ? V
... jjv this art nf Ihr J iirv"vnrjj ( rlm'er. ; ,..| hundred and forty and -I allowance be deemed a ,,ia.htinuancc _nnni,<;lt.4.o Utft. t ,i, "iWI ; "
fifnl' A'Pflr. n,1 l li,l..l I'rruu ,1.! I. to tlsatiJfa'lifl{ frI umy-oue 4)), ...-,..,I';,'..-...e .: ? eight, lor 'I'IC 1 post romo fit of said act by the decision of the comptroller -I "irj-ral, or ot by law tion. and stipulation\ 'therein,; mentioned f: for the expenses of adjusting the I ; and the provisions contained in the the oflence, ofuot less than five, uor more t '' '

of the treasun'. I tint purju'i f', subj-ct to the SJpervision pf the Provided, however, That, where unsuryeyed claims on that account as the Secretary of i,, ninth, tenth, eleventh, twelfth, and fifteenth than fifty dollars. .'. v
Sec. 3. And be it further enacted That I, .Secretary of the Interior, a certificate shall; lands are claimed by pre-entiOn; notice of the Treasury may deem proper ; not exceeding -. sections of an act, entitled An act to reduce Sec. 6. And be it further enacted That until *' .:

instead of the salaries now allowed by lawto i l be is.ued to the party entitled, on jirescnta- the specific tract claimed shall be filed within five dollars per day to each commission the rates of postage, to limit the use and cor- an election shall bo held under the provis. 4 .
I tion of which, if approved' by the Secretary has been rect the abuse of the and ions of this act, the four last named
the snperinteudant of the census, and tothe three months after tho survey er; and that the Secretary of th" Treasury franking privilege, persons ; -
assistant postmaster general, they shall.'.1 I of the 1 Interior a patent shall issue thereon : made in the field, and on failure: to f file s'ich pay: out of said appropriation so much thereofas '"' for the prevention of frauds on the revenues in section first shall bo the managers of said ; 'v

each receive the same salary\ that is paid to, Provided, however, That on the death of any' noti'-e or to pay; fur the trartclaimed !h.- may be nv-cosnary to lirpidata faai: J claims ol tire! P".t office Department." approved I corporation. ': .' .v

the assistant Becretar of the tr 3SUr '. such settler before the completion. of the 1urvears f.,,.m. fli.i.. iiv-. -fired.- ., fur- the ,nnblic -ale if the 1 -pi'i'iinliri-r---. to- the... .reii>. .rta of the commi-isioners Mircli' this! d. ciht..NI! huiuirpi- and forty- five :" Sec.7. And belt further' enacted That ** '..*
Sec. 4. And be i it farther enacted That \ occupancy"'vnU cultivation required i i.v !a,1shvtie. !. proclamation of the. Pr.sHeut heretofore n---o appointed.j. for asuertainin: saM! a- : and tht: fifth; afi-l; I eighth !;nnof;an I c-i en burial! lots in said ct'metrshall! not b* sub- -4 .

1 the increased compeimtion provided for in this act, the right shall descend: to his heirsat of the 1.. state, the parties claiming! snrh, land* mounts and of the governor of said Territory titIl'llu! act tci establish certain post ject to the debts oft o stockholders thereof: : :.

this act shall commence from the first day ofl I law, who hal be cltitll.d to a certificateand shall forfeit all iizlit thereto : ProvM-d i said that have been communicated: to ''origress.Ito .- roads, and for other! purposes," approved August and the land of the company dedicated to .:, '

July, eighteen hundred and fifty three, and J patent, as : 'reaaid, on proof as before notices may I be filed with the surveyor genT-:. And chums shall hereafter be allowed OI' thirty first, eighteen! hundred and fifty the purposes of a ccmetrvshal! not bo subject ';'

the necessary imaey to carry this act into provided, of continued occupancy and cultivation -, al and to be noted by him on the township account of this war which are not presented two, are hereby made applicable to said letter- to taxation of any Mnd.Sec. :

effect is hereby appropriated out ol any mony -" by such settler to the time of hi* death! : plare on the township pla's, until: other arranjements -' at the Treasury Department uf the United carrier routes. .8. And be it further pna;ted.That the! .
PrC'iJeiJ.' however, That when lands are ISe. Sec.:II. And be it further enacted That the said corporation sha'l provide for the return '
in the treasury not otherwise appropriated : shall: have been mado by law States within the next fiscal year. I ( ; .1
claimed under any of the provisions of this i : Postmas'er! General b > and[ he i from time to time, to the of ; _."
Provided, That nothing herein contained : for that purpose. I J. And be it furth"r enacted, That hereby, authorized corporation: .
sba'J' be construed as making appropriation I a"t by persons who are not citi/'ns of the Sec. 1 a{ And be it further enacted That all of said claims! and accounts not h rl'to. '' to cause the dead letters which may Washington, reports of all interments madein :,;. .

for any period beyond the thirtieth of i Uizit'-d States patents shall not issue therefor the public lands in the Territory of Nebraska fore adjusted], sh.1H10\ settled and adjusted at accumulate: in the post offices in said State said cemetry of persons who may hav .

June, eighteen hundred and fifty four. until they become citizens. I to which the Indian title shall: hive been such place and in such manner as tho Secretary arid Territories after the thirtieth day of Junein died i within the limits of the said corporation ,;. '. ."

Approved April 22, 1851. Sec. .'. And be it further enacted That extinguished shall constitute a new land district : of the Treasury may prescribe.! And the year one thousand: : eight hundred and Washington in such manner and according ;: 41.,

non of the provisions of this act !llal extendto to be called the Omaha District ; and the Secretary of the Treasury is hereby empowered fifty four, to bo returned in periods not less to such forms as may be prescribed from :.. .

Public, No. 22.] I mhlrl or school lands, military the public\ lands in the Territory' of Kansas, to re.axamimie any award that has than quarter-yearly to the post-otiiee at San time to time by the corporation Washing :/
XN ACT for the !I or other reservations, or lands settled on and and l Francisco, to be there opened and examined ton. ", ;
making appropriations sup- to which the )Indian title shall have been been or may be made of said claims to ;;.
portof the Military Academy for the ."car''i! occupie-1 for purposes of trade and commerce, extinguished sha'l constitute HOW land reduce the amount if in his judgment founded '!' under the direction of the post-master of that Sec. 9. And be it further enacted That : : '

ending the thirtieth of Jane, one thousand i I and not for agriculture, and all legal Hibdi- districtto .bo called the Pawnee District ; the on proof, it should bo too much oifiee, who shall according to such regulationas a certificate under seal of the corporation. '; 'i

'eight bcndred and fifty five. j i. visions sftll.r on :"nd occupied, in whole or offices for each of which Districts shall be ; 27 1851.I the Postmaster General; may prescribe. return of the ownership of any lot aforesaid shall .' .. V -, '
Belt enacted by the Setitio and House of in part purpose of trade and commerce, established at such points as the President i Approved July to the Post-office Department such of in all respects have the same effect a* any 'f: "

Representatives: lithe United! States of Am r. I and not for airricultnrc, shall be subject to deem and he i is hereby au I said l letters as shall be found to contain money conveyance from said corporation of said "..*?.'- )
expedient ; Public No. 49.
ica in Congress assembled. That the following thc provition of the act twenty-third of May, may thorised and with the advice [ ] valuable-! papers, or matters of consolimence lots would have it executed, acknowledged x' V :

sums be and the same arc hereby appropriated -I eighteen hundred and forty-fonr, in relationto to appoint of the, by Senate i and AN ACT to increase the salaries of execu- I II to be disposed of according to law, and recorded as conveyances of real Cstalo **. ,
and const-lit a register .
out of any money in the treasury town site on the public, 'lands whether so receiver of for each of said I tive and judiciary officers in Oregon, and dtrosuch letters as shall be found to are required to be. .- ."y...

not otherwise appropriated, for the support[ settled and occupied before or after the survey districts, who public shall moneys each be required to reside -I New Mexico, Washington, Utah, and !| contain nothing; of value! : Provided, however, Sec. 10. And be it further enacted, That .' .' 1

ofthe military academy for the year ending. I of (said lands except thai said( lands 61:1 the site of th ir offices, and I Minnesota. That no dead letters shall be opened whicl nothing in this act shall be so construed as .' I
at : <* respective
thirtieth of June, cne thousand (,-'Lt hundred ; be donated instead of being: sold.! shaH have the tile i I Be it enacted by the Senate and House of i the postal arrangements of the United States. to authorize the said corporation to i issue '- e'""r 'J
and fty five: Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, That they sama: powers, perform Repreprc-sentatives s of tho United States of, with foreign countries require to be returned any note, token device, scrip or other evi- ,' < .""*- J
dctiawl b entitled th .
For pay officers Pitnietrs, C:1dl'tS.M I when the !lands in the said Territory shall be same ? to ; same compensation law America in congress assembled, That the I unopened to such contrics respectively. I deuce of debt, to be used as currency. ;.1.? .
be
musicians: eighty eight thousand two hundred I surveyed, under the direction of the Government ii relation) as to are other or land may O1 prescribed of the by United annual salaries of the chief justices and associate -t, Sec. 4. And by it further enacted, That Sec. 11. And be it further enacted That ...:,_: .- .
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and sixty six dollars ; of the United States, preparatory to tatl's.Id the President is hereby authoriscd judges of tho Territories of Oregon, the Postmaster General may allow to the :j this act shall take effect from tho passage *., e :'- :4
For communication of subsistance two bringing the same into market, sections numibcrcd I Washington, Utah, and New Mexico, be and I postmaters in said Stato and Territories from thereof. ', /_ p ;

thousand one hundred and ninety dollars; ;I I sixteen Hhd thirty-six in each township ,' for to sale cau-e from the surveyed time to lands time in to be the exposed same- tho same are hereby, increased the sum of: the first day of July, one thousand eight hun. Sec. I: And be it further enacted, That f'. .:.('I:- .:,

For fordge for officers' horses, nine hun ] in RaiJ 'I'erritory i thai! be and the same are : and the and condi- ; two thousand five I hundred dollars each ; and drod and lift) three such sums out of the it may be lawful for Congress hereafter,. to- .. : .,4q.7 "
terms
dred and sixty dollars. hereby received for the purpose of being applied i|! manner lions tho other upon[ public same lauds of the United that the salary of the governor of New Mexico postages collected at their respective offices as alter, modify or repeal the foregoing act .J
For general repair and improvements of> to schools in said Territory, and in the as be, and the same is hereby increased to will, in addition to the commissions, allow. Sec. 13. And be it further enacted, That i ;

academic building, barracks, mess room, States and Territories hereafter to be created S tates. 22 1831. the sum of three thousand dollars ; and that 1 ances, and emoluments, be sufficient to defray ach of the stockholders in the said c'ompa. : t j.Mny 'oJ
July
othcetquarteTs, (stables roads, fences, out of the same. Approved, of the secretaries of Oregon Washington, U. : the fctual and necessary expenses of shall!! be held liable in his or her individual ?r%
parade ,
and drill ground, nrifecdhntnus and Sec. G. And be it further enacted, That [Pnllie0.1- .>. tah, and New Mexico to the sum ohwo thou. their offices. capacity for all tho debts and liabilities of the .j jfv2..c? ;.c,
.(tlel ] sand dollars annum. I And be it further enacted That the said however contracted i incur- ?t '" ('
incidental
per 5. :
expenses, forag. and depart.I"A:5nta'or"u.trudlon. ]I when the lands in said Territory shall he surjveyc'd AN ACT for the relief of the widows and or- That! Sec. : company, or -t i-
twenty nine thousand 1' as aforesaid, a quantity of land equal I of the officers and of thei Sec. 2. And bo it further enacted, I Postmaster General be, and he i: hereby authorized red, to recovered by pnit .tC other debts or \j-srj 4-* I

even- hundred. and. tueiity -live dollars; t'']I to two towuauuKs bhall be, and the same islier4iy j I l.iiitivl_plums I ,___ .Stit.t___ _Ki-hrmiii'p.) lrnllllllllO bcarnen ivlm__ the annual_ salaries_ of mm\the'chcil. justice-C "I I,and__-.i.as.*... and directed, in, tile settlement of liabilities before the court or tribunal havinjr f f. if.! ''
For grL ulucrlta.se and of u > u.-.t.-- u sociate judge 01 the territory 01 i1UUlU'IULa the of in the state or' of the 1i tJunsdlctlon \
expun si li \ n.sen'l11 for the establishment, of a u. accounts postmasters case.
lost in tll11.t"l'sl.l! in March -t.! .!
were ?
eighteen
dollars. .
brary, on-j' thousand dolkrb ; be increased to two thousand and Oregon serving as ;""* ,"
In California Territory Jr
tuvcrMiy said Territory,.aud in the Statehereafter hundred and tho of Approved July I qIS, : !,
j : forty three near coast to .
For expenses of thcboard of visitor, three to he created out of the same, to the United Suites.Be Apprved July 27! 18:1. such previous to the thirtieth of" June, anne l.' .

thousand dollars; ba helectcd, under the direction of the Legislatnre it enacted by the Senate and House of Domini eighteen hundred and fifty three to [Public, NO. 53.] j -' t.i-: SAO
Tor forage for artillery and cavalry! horsi-.s \in legal Public No. 40.] allow such postmasters all just and reasonable -! '
; subdivisions of not Ics3 than Representatives of tho United Stated of .\. [ ACT supplementary: to an act entitled ?,'
thousand huudrud
eight six and one-half! '
forty section. the iiicurred them in and about
for by
I met ica ia; Congress :ernbled, That the AN ACT making appropriations 'p:1Y. expenses An act to auihorise notaries public' to ,
dullars For ; duad and Sec. 7. And be it further enacted, That I same provifcioit as is made by the act, entitled"An ment of invalid and other pensions of tho the businessof their respective offices and the take and certify oaths, affirmations and .,;. ; ::;,-,
replacing worn out cavalry' ::I :any of the lands not taken under the provilona ,. I Act for the relief of tha windows and United States for the years ending the I I discharge of their official duty : Provided Thai acknowledgments in certain cares" q l-
and artillery horses one thousand dollar; of this! act, shall thousand eight hundred I no allowance'shall! be mad whereby the linked .
be ..
subject to the operatiun orphans of tho officers, seamen, and marinesof thirtieth of June oao Belt enacted by the Senateand House of ; : ": !
For enlarging and improving hospital of 'ft the pre-emption ac of fourth Septembor the brig Somors," approved the fourteenth and iifry five. 'States shall be charged with any indebtedness Representatives of the United States of America : ;

cadetssix thousand fivo hundred dollars; : eighteen hundred forty-one, whether day of August eighteen hundred and forty I I Be it enacted by tho Senate and house of whatsoever. in Congress a assembled That all the 'i 1. :

lor dyllttrs.cavalry, CAt-rcLe hl twenty thou- : settled: upon beloro or after the survey ; eight and an act fur the relief of tho widow Representatives of the Uuiied states of America Appiovcd July 27,1851.Public powers and authority conferred in and by f: (.t; .
and in all
.n I cases where tho settlement relatives of certain officers assembled, That the following the above recited
was and\ : and seamen in Congress act approved September : t: ; ;
"Jo SQt 2M\ud Lc i further enacted That mado before the survey, the bottler bLaH do of the United States brig Washington, who sums be, and the same are hereby, appropriated [ No. 52.] sixteenth, eighteen hundred and Cfty, 'tipo.| : ; .-I i

twelve coajpca8utiou: huudrcd master of the 'word be bin declaration{ within three months after the were lost overboard in a hurricane approved out ot any mouey in the treaty not AN ACT to incorporate tho proprietors of notaries public in tho States'and Territories: '. ';r' t
;
Approved dollar per amium. survey i made and/eturned ; and any person February the third eighthcn hundred and fif. otherwise appropriated far the payment of the Glen wood Cemetry.Be be and the same are hereby vested iiVnota- ;{ "
,May 10, ISSI.tPublic claiming a donation under this act shaH bo ty three, bo also extended to tho, widows aud pensions for the year ending the thirtieth of it enacted.By>: the Senate lJ House ofRepresentatives' ries public within the'District Colr.mkia. ::1", C'
l permitted to enter tho land claimed by him at of the hundred'and fifty of the United States of America :1 ::18ec.
orphans officers and seamen who were June, cue thousaud eight 2. And Le it. further, vndcted, 'That "$4}
No. 43.] any time prior to the four years' occupancy lost in the United SLates Schooner Grampus five ; t'I, in Congres assembled That Charles B. notaries public be and they artf hereIau. { :
AAi 1.
the:ACTmaking further ftpproprialion.for and cultivation.required, bv paying therefor in the gale of March, eighteen hundred and For ,Invalid pensions under variouso' acts, Culvert George Parker William B. Todd, thorised to t deposilioas and't'o and other .t 4

improvcrocut of tho Capo Fear liver, I. at tho rate of one dollar and twenty-five cent forty throo, near. the coast of the United three hundred and twelve thousand five hundred James'C. Me Guire, William.: A Bradley, acts in relation to'' evident to be ted ia the f ti !

: or1 tin per acre, and proving occupancy and cultivation Slates. dollars;, Charles S: Vallach, Abner Miller, William courts of the United 'Statesn\ the s

Be td the Senate and 'House of up to.tho tile of such payment Approved July 27, ,lS54. For pensions to widows and orphans under Banks, Joseph, B. Close, William Phelps, manner and with the same '& t. oor uni lJlt. +F \ i!
Representatives of the United States Sec. 8. And be it enacted That William! S. BumphreysItandotp S. ,Evans i-
of Amoi furto acts .f the fourth of July, one thousand eight siGners to take acknowg.nu bail an '1
i ica in Congress ,Assembled, That the mm .iithall be the duty of surveyor general [Public, No..40.] hundred and thirty six, and twenty first of July and their successors bo and they are hereby afgdavit may now'lawfully take"or do. r 11

of one hundred .and forty dollars under wioh instructions as may be given,by ACT. creating a collection district i in thousand eight hundred and forty eight created body politic and corporate, by the Approved Jo., t
20
one 1854. '
be and the, ine is appropriated for the Secretary of he Interior, t ascertain ,the New York, to bo called the district of ninetY, *IX thousand dollars; name and title of the proprietors of the ",Glen. y Nt ,: 'j
the year ending of Jane chaiacter, and of all of the wood Cemetry nthq: .Diiitrj t ,of Columbia," The -0''
tfit eighteen origin, nature, : extent Duukirk, and constituting Dunkirk a For pensions of.widows under acts ; SthCowwisioer8 at Springfield II.. '
hundred and Ety lo be paid out of 1 to lands under the laws and port ,hundred anti by taM name shall have I iwrpetualaucces ,refused premiMion .
any clams usages, of entry, and the ports of Barcelona, Silver .' seventh of July,ono thouwud eight t> Casiw M.. Clay. t,>
biowy jn)Treasury not otherwise and Mexico! and fur hid thousand and shall be a.Ie! and liable to sue and cakju i the State
appro-I I customs of Hpaiu ; Creek, and Cattaraugus Creek, ports of and thirty eight third March, one I 910 Iloua on Moods : weeJtas
ra\dl and to bOp under issuenotices wit. .three aud c veueeath llol. bud, in any court of law or equity, uciy 1.wt. C.a
ndl theutser.1! purpose, may .summons dcli\'crv. eight iuudred and forty 4 ___ U3 .W"; srV'Wftll, t4efe-lt.
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r : all the means at our command, in the support and A Hew Dodge. I'ing back the tide of fanaticism which threatens t Spanish revolution has been entirely successful.. beundinth.esufidesze.eftb. Floridka mo.

::4A: II I ribian &I urnnL promotion of those institutions. We believe that the There is an old saying thl I n man knowetb overthrow the Union P. The democratic party The Queen left Madrid a fugitive, and it is said bat rala No are a. easy ee the itI Floridian politics is beiDC.Joor7-.

.stabdrty" of ow government, and the perpetuity of a day may bring forth." We bare just now a i is the only national py-l other organizations are gone to Paris The insurgents were everywhere vie cotnmenta

p: -.- --- our liberties,depend upon tbe faithful aD implicit preservatbn >le illustration of this adage i the various sectional-and pry i overcome by. the torioua. SeitbeLwhkb:5. tit if"very many w. b intelligent no wk Whip adorn i-.L' t
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TALLAHASSEE : of -CONSTITUTION it M, and not combined assaults of the made np aa this
and the Florida Without set down moral
turnings aa a that
a oppi&l
: A' ______ .__ bare I 0 &nir :tedir Northern Democrat Always ConserratiTft certainty they revudfae, tJae
would of Northern whigs, Floridian.
I as political fanatics and demagogues it to be severe,we can compare ita course t e'ppiti i a 8nthe abU
: Saturday, ingest 12,854. .,.d the preservation of our National Union. We more striking than the of a bufterfir, ffOlt fre soilcrs, and all the odds and ends of every Those who are acquainted with the political historyof Clear as mud. Compare whh I"tad*4ooredr ." WJ.o'

.. ': :- -----'- : -----------'-' therefore, feel it to b our duty t pursue that pUc here, now there; or lik gbl te flea, detestable faction,th South must prepare fora strgle the country, need not to be told that it is not now "/

.t ; .t.: TERMS.-Three I)('11r.. per antinm.If paid !in which we shall deem best calculated to te shiug else that suits tbe reader's Paddy. TheSf.>!&* she b never yet gone through.Let for the first time that the South has been been brought 6. arkbaLbe.trickery of this roestprint ri_

bt. ativ.an.ce: $8 50 if raid '|itlin; six month of tie timef attainment of those gi eat ends. I is a fact well known launched out iuto the canvass with manyjj tbe Smtintl avoid these conclusions if it con.- under strong obligation to the Northern Democratic b lar and on what aitsountrru

3i.'V i .e subscribing OnctDolkr;and 400 Attbe end of the liwrfor year. Advertisement to the whole cuntr' that the acquisition of Mexican expressions disgust Nob.nwbigS: .? ft Let that paper point ont a better way of "battling against party for tbe accomplishment of great measures. stated.many intelligent Whigs repudiate the Sentinel"iI:1!
*, perrqunreof 12 first t.i
..;; for all insertion An- territory, has before the country,;issues of the hem and branch the common foe than the one the democratspropose The history of Northern Democratic action is replete .
and: fifty Cents subpqn'nt oR root waiving past i It would take too much time to-p
'Cr.I sonnccnMnU of candidates. Fire ThIhrcueh.awvsIn most important character, and that in meeting those with them until they should a This and we pledge them to join bit i ; but until with instances of heroic devotion to principle and Briefly, however,,. may say, lioN l. .

: be TV1 J in advance. Relijrinns, Obituary nndMarriatrc issue the conflicting interest, opinions, and prejudices has been maintained until rept week.e two the editor is able to do so, let him b honest and admit faithful regard to Constitutional guarantees. It was &Nillt' I
or ; blissfully ignorant on the subject that !
i : : 1 Notices.not ex r ding 12 )lines will r>epath. published of the two great sections of our country have been that the present organizations of the whigs North to them that the South is indebted for the annexationof .y at 11iI
OF">'o certificate of the puMioationofestkte lading that it don't pay-finding that the gent Whigs repudiate the com*",of.that
brought into belligerent contact, well nigh overthrowing and South, are sectional, and that the only party with an empire in Texas, for the defeat of the Wilmot paper
.. .r legal notices of any description will be given are about to pick up too many scaly wIiig sucl 1. Because of its abase of the nlmaislisJiiisj
.4 untilthsadtertWigfe. is paid. our g\"emmcnt and reducing cu happy and Dr. PARKHILL. Col. SMITH, aid many others we any claim to nationality is the democratic. Proviso, for the present Fugitive Slave Law, for the as leading Whig remarked U 'BV-wk e >,nsjMif :
prosperous country, into a state of anarchy and con of the Nebraska Bill and for the defeat of
mention who have idea of with passage
21a no acting a mentioned would make tit editor of tbe&* q. 14$ fusion. The contest ba not been much a Destruction of Grey Town. the recent the of the Whigs and Abolitionists -
'. ; ; PAPER FOR THE CIMPAIGN.tJ 1 plit It.eion1 organization, without any bond of union From attempt on part ble in his slippers baa done netbiag .but. stand
44 sectional and it their the hue and raised by certain of the by
on-
I a one; only by cry to repeal the Fugitive Law. Far the infer
o i North the editor starts: off a new "
any party on &ck the South 2. Because of the aid and eomfoti
: I1'f" The TLOKIDIAX will be furnished during the Congress, nnd the conduct of the people in their assemblies and tries a new dodge. We from the last Sentinel piton press r against the administration on account mation of our readers we qaote from the Congressional to; Northern abolitionists wfco the or.
.4jtt copy gives
: threaten
p present campaign, and up to tbe ht November for o po1iticlaoeing at home, that we can and all- tbe recent bombardment of Grey Town, we had records tbe votes of the two parties on the most gan to

w.I' ,t.: FIFTY CENTS. This will barely cover cost Ca.b determine 1bich Le political parties .North," are Everyday punctuation brings with it renewed evidence of expected to find some justification for their hostility of the great questions here enumerated that they roast and consume''every Northern. supporter of

ii 1- $ in all Calf I must accompany orders. disposed to do justice to their southern biethren, which rapid decline in the value of Democratic stock,and in tbe official papers submitted by the President to may see the faithfulness that has characterised tbe the Nebraska Bill by denouncing tbote Nortbtra sup:

are determined to obey the constitution, arid whichare uprising of the Whigs. An over issue of rcbrlb Congress. A careful perusal of them, however, has Northern Democracy and the persistent opposition of porters aa bribed by "Treasury pep ;* J. Beeaaat of
4- for Stock IK beginning to create n perfect panic satisfied our mind that tbe act wa" in the the its pretend waiver of party obligation t* North
DEMOCRATIC KOMiXATlOSS. r reserving the integrity of the Union. The justified Northern Whigs to every measure proposing to
democratic and the Floridian returning to em Wbiggery" on account of their thorough rotWn- '
1. vote upon tbe passage of tho .Nebraska and Kansas first love marke to lU aid all its broadest SCIe. The inliabilants of the town were the do justice to tlie South. We commence with the Fugitive -

:;V FOR CONGRESS : Bill," as the last of those 'leit' measures which have who are beginning to strike for disunion in J.icDtenluts disguise.Having authors or their own destruction. The papers show Slave Law-a measure in strict conformitywith lieN on the slavery questlon..Dd its refusal to agrr

.' been acted upon by the National legislature, has fully fAile to acccmplifb their inglorious purp that they had robbed American citizens and refused the Constitution aud without which such a thing to unite all parties at the South with the National
2' *; HON. A. E. MAXWELL. iu ': o in make Democracy of the North in whose ranks alone
are se klu t accomplish to reparation when called that art te
j; decided the question in the mind of every candid and up"n- they had as recapturing a negro who bad escaped to the free
what they then failed accomplish openly. insulted be found the true friends of the Constitution and
the tW
t': : 4 unprejudiced Southern man, THAT THE NORTHERN iurw have been made to the Whig party American flag in the person of the Amer"ican States would have been impossible. .
4. t unit of tbo South 4. Because of its efforts
i': f4; : FOR RKfREREXTATIVES FROM LEON : wiso or THY WHIG TAUIV ARE nrr.RLY FAmiLKSf* tbe Democracy ostensably (o UM \ Minister, and when an apology was demanded, The following was the vote iu the House of Representatives rights ; to make
t .I'n fintbe pUre o instead of the Whigs of Florida one of tie wings of the Greg
TO SOVTH-that they Lave thrown off the mask the Union, but really purpose dissolving offering satisfaction defied the Government :
Green Chaires, Joseph Christie, and}Tilt united with the and abolitionists Th truth of the matter is simply this Under the circumstances the Government was cither For. Opposition Party whose object ia &.. down tie
I openly f.e.ilers Against.
J. B. Galbraith Wm. Fisher Jr. their sole object is tl form a sectional to chastise them them Northern Democrats, Democratic Party, by Seward,the abolitionists,Nsvta.
., and are determined to out their nefarious uuder bun o permit to with 25 21 '.
._ _ _ _ _ _. carry upon the slavery question the Ihal"w petnce their rt'pt Southern Democrats, 54 00 em Whigs and every shade and variety of fanaticism
unbroken front impunity, outrage
purposes, at the of political faith, and even of of presenting an
8H..ifce tioniata. An unbroken front indeed, in the name .The severity of the punishment," the Savan--Northern Whigs, 3 t 5 attacking it m front, while the Southern WJag assail
;* ; North Carolina. the Union itself. The question,thert'foe, what ought says : Southern Whigs, 53 QO
I. Heaven dont we present an unbroken front now i naIl it in the rear fitbly and lastly Because ft insists, ia
TIle latest t news o I the election wbich took place in the Whigs of the south do, focc i itself upon them I-' \rU", (a paper which was at frt inclined t ;
Nebraska
1 did we not on the bill I No fellow I MU furtherance of the of all it can towards .
4 :'::.f a North Carolina on thc 3d inst, is contained iu the following Outfit they to form ,ul/' sectional party, or and Democrats they are striking for disunion in censure the act, but which has altogether changed its design contributing
,. 4 : telegraphic despatches: should they unite and co-operate with the nationalDnnoeraryf guise. Let the South form a '(cli"&al ; opinion since the publication of the official accounts,) : Here it will be seen that by a majority of the the breaking down of tbe Democratic Party on

V Whig Senators have been elected in Halifax and These are grave and important fur the Hikeo/ffftional organization and it ,'i, .is the result of the obstinacy and insolence of the : Northern Democrat uniting with the South, the Fugitive running a candidate for Congress against Mr.MAXWXIL;
in Wake, questions the North to do the name thing' and the free .doers Slave Bill enacted who is bated by the abolitionists for the reason that he,
Orange Countieu, and Democratic Senators 1 and require sound political and moral judgment I wrong by whi.h they forced Capt bums to was into a Law, in despite
numerical .
.4. Cumberland, New Hanover, Johnston, Northampton, having the majority, the days of tlw carry out his instructions. effort was made to ; of the Whigs aud Abottioni! An analysis of the stood up manfully for our rights neither looking upon
Jr to determine them, and it i i. to be expected that much are numbered. This is what they \ Evt'r II "
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: and So Mecklenburg fur seven Whigs Cjunticn.and fourteen Democrats have divertity of opinion will exist in regard to their proper they want if we arc to judge them knoAle induce the authorities! of the place accede to proper :' vote iu the House ou the 28th July, will also show the Nebraska Bill as unnecessary1 nor" aa a trap
; 4 ( and past conduct." terms before hostile taken that it their votes that saved the I set for the South by cunning politicians. These are
Leon elected. The House again will be Whig. solution therefore responsible for a step was and even after was same Law from
.. I ; we can, only ,
p.- has b Now let the reader the above with wl.. a blow had been The some of the reasons why"many intelligent Whigs repudiate
: In seventeen counties Bragg 4,814 innjnrily.'c our opinions. In selecting between the two alternatives -, compare struck, time aOl opportunity was I I I being repealed. question came up on a motionof
.: showing a Whig gain of 2,010 vote j which! before the of the South, this same uncertain trumpeter said deliberately on given fur such action on their part as would have pre. Mr. Eliot of Massachusetts to suspend the rules to the course of tbe Sentinel" They look upon
: arc now Whigs
An official (!) btatemetit gives Dockery 1,815 rcajontv HESITATE TO CHOOSE COOPERATION 18th of July,in his reply t Dr.>.\IULL Mark vented the necessity for further demonstration by the allow him to introduce a bill for the repeal of that the administration and the Northern Democracy *s
;in nineteen eounties.I WE DO NOT
,I, ; t d t s (The Democratic majority in the election for Govon -1 WITH NATIONAL DE\0CIATI the record cpe'the attempted imposition: Cjanc. But it would seem that the offenders opposed I measure, when the motion was voted down by yeasto :, deserving of praite,ooiabvif. They feel that in waiving -
-.t ,
.. ,'%. $ b r in 1652, was 6,401.] and in TIE to this sentimentwe You say parties at the South should piwilanimity to power and and left Captain Hollies 110 I ( suspend,) 45, nays 120, classified as follows: party obligations with Northern Whiggcry they
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.. .- '. .' .-.._ .-.. -PL u.a TI."a., ;..?...._ __.? _ana.sin t-n.n.. .or.,. 11'1".1."" "n\l'ml"rll'U____- I PARTY; giving expression -nnil tint' tlifir' triiftl-'.- -in- th-'-..-1amsufA'.5S&J. ., 'J**t,l.n fl '.'... alternative but -defeat iu the object of Lie mission i I for. Against. ; can thenceforth aeeomposb nothing without a union
'.,4.". < in the Legiblature. 1 I arc influenced by no other motive THAN THAT or which numbers some few sound men who will help tbe destruction o Northern Whigs, 37 6 with tbe National Democracy, and hence they are opposed

!/ r:f::"". J .-.* COLUMBIA, Aug. 8.-Tlie returns from North Carolina I I DlT. The leading issues, upon which the presentI to roll back the tide of fanaticism which threaten of the town. I Southern Whigs, 00 17 to becoming part and parcel of the Oppoatioa
When
the Demu-I distinctions have existed, long since settled overthrow the Union. For the sake of the the affair comes to b thoroughly understood Northern Democrats 8
are CO
.' 1"" : f' indicate the election! of Mr. Bragg, party Party, whose avowed design ia to destroy the Democratic
|,, ,f't'/* crutic candidate, by a reduced majority. -the country baa acquiesced iu the decisions, and we grant your premises, but at the same lime we doubt not that the course of tb administration -Southern Democrats, 00 48
maintain that a proposition for the of the Party. In the estimation of the Sentinel these
|, ..3 t- 4 ,'. CoLrMBt Aug. 9.-Dockery (Whig) gains large- those issues are now obsolete. Tlc question of a United pries should not have emanated from merger a whig. will b heartily approved by our people, who -64 -120 intelligent Whigs" may be "scaly,".but for ad dial
in the Central nod Western counties, but reports I desire the retributive
ly see same policy enforced
States Bank-the Tariff the distribution of the not for this plain and 'i t
v p. ..' : J' from Clincmau's district are favorable to Brag (DemoV tainly ob'iou JI "Tedt'mOIU whenever and wherever occasion A" in the passage of the bill, it was tbe'yote8ofNorth- they will not cease to repudiate ha coarse at hesitate
b;?.! crat) ?<1)C legislature is still doubtful, with the monies arising from the sole of the Public Lands, and of say fact the it why party strength is the-no 1 al P /I-tht A of the inhabitants reuire. em Democrats that saved to the South the rights secured to warn their brethren against being eangUatae

of i'h !. '" '. .. .; :.. chauccB iu favor of the Whigs. the Veto, are all disposed of, and the people are satisfied pint l .-it h hn D been vanquished energy on -field large majority were free negroes to her under tbe Constitution, which rights the, trap the cunning politicians"bare eel &r \\sa-
0 every who bad at Town
from
I.. I ; with the disposition made of them. Hence, the literally stripped everything but i -na 1 cneb'l Grey theBritish Whigs of the North refuse and yet we are every day The first Monday of October will show the wire.t-

,;t: .:.;:: :: :. Jefferson County. Whigs of the South Lave nothing "plticly" to be true, which we in no wise: admit, / much Islands for purposes' of plunder and piracy.As .- i told that there is no difference between them! In the len bow wofully they miscalculated in tbev i.ds..s
the
i. .5 Jefferson that the Democratic meet- lose union with the democrats, democracy magnanimous would it have been for the Richmond Enquirer remarks:-
We learn from 1 by a iChe I -
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t F; .: to have emanated from the democratic Sun Juan another Barrataria den name of reason, what stronger evidence do men want II
"' party. was a of thieves
*:t''V iog held inMonticello on Saturday last nominated I will meet them in the true spirit of fraternity in all the I The Jacksonville Republican of the 3d contain e
< ,. joicing pride anSI plenitude of and murderers, who had congregated there from all of tbe reliableness of Northern Democrats and the-
& '. .J'.. Capt. DANIEL BIRD, Srn for the Senate, and Major and republicanism, they have not bin to lose,sociallyor could without compromising their dignity pwer.\ quarters of the globe, with the hope securely practising thorough rottenness of Northern Whigs tbaa is presented part of the Sentintft report of GOT.BxowVa epm&

;i, t_',. \. : JOBHVA TAYLoR, JOHX A'I.'. DEWITT aud I BL-RTON W.BELLAMY : practically. But on the other band they have the wings to unite with them ou terms of equality their felonies in 1 place exempt from the dumin-! in such votes as these ? : at the Whig meeting in this City but onto that portion
:0' excellent ticket, one have this Union and the the purpose of battling against a common fuc. ion of law. Stimulated by British influence, they have
z h : for the Houe. An 11 much to gain;-they great We could extend tins article I The vote on tIe Nebraska Bill is familiar to our containing the compliment to the renegade Senton -
..; t t '. vhich will no doubt draw out a full vote from the constitution of our beloved country to for, already to :, been preying upon the property of American citzn I The doubtless moved 10 this
: preserve Republican was .
I r' 1 1to I much further without beginning to exhaust the .- for in contemptuous defiance of the I readers, but we repeat it here by way of refreshingthe
yearn
;. ;:..'. L .f 44 Banner County"-the old Democratic Wheel- Ly a union with the national democracy, they will But we have simply to say in conclusion that the of the American government. When they arrested(an minds of those who take an interest in these course by the charitable desire not to wjdea. the

f '/. .: lioise." We understand that the meeting was very encourage and foster that noble and patriotic spirit of Florida however much diqseJ| to unite with American Minister and inflicted violence upon his person "differences oprnion" which it says already "exist'
thing :
.. : large, and furthermore that it embraced bcvcral gen in which the northern Democratic members of Con : democracy, have been driven to their present ( they filled the measure of their iniquities and wan F,. in the East as to tbe most proper man. to be the
sive position by the hostilities) of the Ayainst.
the suffered. If the
tl.tlorat tonly provoked retribution they
>;:' I. temen"Lo have heretofore, been prominent Whigs, acted the of the Nebraska and Northern Democrats Standard-bearer at the ."
: : ,. gress upon passage We might have united with the democrats government had neglected to avenge the insult and to 44 4S Whig approaching -*
:: ; 'oi' : but who acted with the Democrats in the nomination \ Kansas Bill. I is a duty xvc owe to our country, to terms equality, Imt ostracised a we arc, we protec the right of its citizens, it would have forfeited\ Southern Democrat., 65 2 : Cute in the RI'1fIl It ia presumed that Beaten

t ii ':.... ,;:' and who will act with them in the canvass. The ; harmonize as far as we can, the conflicting elements the alliance as unworthy of our steel unle ]#i authority and respect in the eyes of the world. : Northern Whigs, 00 48 I ia not thought to be as honest and independent'' bj'

'; 1r'1 .:. ." I cause is upward and ouward. arising out of our political institutions, and especially ; to commune at the tame laWc and worship in The honor of the American fl.i; has been sufficiently Southern Whigs, -14 -7 the Whigs of tbe East as by the Whigs of the) Middle

t ''t' '. .. _ _ _ tame tnnple.? insulted iu the waters of this continent, and we rejoice -
sot when they look to, or in any manner threaten the 113 100 and hence the least said about it the belter. 3fcrr.!I-
j #r. t i. : that it has been avenged and at last
Could viudlcte
:ot'' -{ t .\. ,. Leon Democratic Ticket- dissolution of the Union, and stability of our government anything more completely lay bare: the with becoming spirit While extending proper indulgence The vote in the Senate on the same bill shows the lously proper in the Republican to "keep dark" lie

, r !r : ';- By the action of the party ou Saturday last, Capt. And if co-opeiatiou by the Southern Whig 'attempted in charging the democratic party to the contumacious outlaws of San Juan, following result: that subject.

; '_ ; ) WILLIAM FXSUEIL'A name has been j.laced. in the room party with the national will tend to the at- striking for disunion in disguise) ," thnu the) Commander, Hollins resented the interposition of the for. Agaimt.5V -

.,t.& .tor..1. :( ---J- -,. '' ...,.I U... AIW1. ..Democracy. -.- y 'f'S **.;!.' Ssi-l 1> :. to .. VI -
declaration .. IITVU.
Dr. .
it wouU 1. PARKUILL
'. well known that iu answer to it ivl'I SJ
/
# d-:5.: : :" 'r'. CApt.FJlmEltis BO men I is OCR VTY TO -"rF.TE And what objection stamp Tbe insolent boast of NeUon's day, that one British Southern Democrats, 12 0 member of the present Congress from Tennessee 1
. I ".. ,:L5, '. lew for us to say more than that he is a young man can there b to this course f We ore fully agreed : a cheat, i is as disgraceful to the dodger as it I in seamen could whip two Frenchmen, was retaliated Northern Wings, 00 6 am truly glad to learn that the prospect of myJrVinxi

i-!' ,:, ; of talent, popular manners and unimpeachable integrity. in the South upon the only question which has for sev ing to the party aspersed. It is but a puerile upon Lieutenant Jolly with galling sarcasm, when Southern Abolitionists Whigs, 9 0 2 2 MAXWELL are so flattering. It could ,wenrte

,.': "j.:!I'..''', ;. "... '. What should commend him ns warmly to the erl years agitated the country. And why shouldnji- o the part of its author to extricate his party Commander Hollius politely" regretted that the forceof otherwise, for a better Representative conk not be
the Bermuda not that of theCae
; -', bcnrts of the Democracy as other circumttance continue when interests embarrassment, aud is in direct conflict with all was doubly equal 35 13
$4. ,. ,v, : : any nor eoneideratiCns t sever us, ." It is in this spirit than American officer sent from the State of Florida. Although a new
;f't:: i S is the fact that while be has Ixjen reared in a family of the highest moment arc calling upon us to unite I professions 0 the 18th July. Then the union should speak ever to the "mistt a&.th sea*." The action of the parties in the two houses shows member. Mr. ll&xwxLL'a ability energy and kxkfsii-

1. r'J.. ; .. -,' every other voter of which is a Whig, he has grown and co-operate I Why eLul we quarrel about email for no purposes of disunion. It was .to battle) again that it was Northern Democrats who saved the I gable perseverance b the advocacy- of--tbe btcrests W

5' to 'i ,.O". ., .It' up to manhood a Democrat things, when the safety of our own peculiar and most a common foe," with n view of .rolling back the Fluttering" in East. I I l.onor of the South. Had there been no difference" his constituent,, woo for him a high position ia the
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l u'l;, :r./;.:.'.j" The Democracy of the County now have a fj'l tick cherished domestic institutions, and the safety of our of fanaticism which threatens to OVERTHROW THE U There docs not seem to be, among the WLigs of between them and the Northern Whigs, the Equal'ty i House of Repreaentatfvee.

".' .;<"_::: ct before them, bearing the names of four good and country itl1f. torDLY CALL. .'or ota t InD ACTICXAxn io>." This was all right The \'ljigl felt di.!poscd the East, much response t the action of the Whigs of the South would have been denied, and the SoutL- -

,"-ic'w;.t:; .,: true men. It i-pmHius fur them to MJ whether every IIEARTV co-ortKATioN I Surely names are small favor the partnership, the condition being .' of Leon and U.-ulsdtn. in makiol Gov. BHUWX a candidate em States would have occupied this day a position of The Concert at Pisgah.

( :. .,'. ,.t _: gentleman upon it bhall be elected or not They have things, \sheu thrown iu competition with the integrityof an,j pcrmixHon to commune at the same table for Congress. Te Whigs of Duvul, in their inferiority in the Union Those who imagine thai musical taste and talent

.J;'1.r."t... '",., the power to carry it through as a whole' if they the government under which we live, and by whichwe worship in the same temple." But the dcmclrat County meeting, resolved that differences of opinion We think such facts as we have here presented are confined to the Italians, Germans and ether nations

. .):... '. t 1 '0 choose to put forth- their strength. After long years arc cared for, and protected. saying .turkey" fast enough, the whigs spurned" exist"" a to the most proper man to b the standard ought to be conclusive with every reflecting man that of tbe Old World and that the Americans art

t r/:, .i of arduous struggling, the Democrats have at labt obtained But we do not anticipate a ready concurrence, b alliance, related into their former sectional bearer, and the Republican adds, We are con the Scuth has not only been brought under strong obligation not a musical people, would tare bad their opinion

i ft' .J" ";:,".; :' tbe ascendancy in Leon, and we appeal 1 to he whig party generally in the views we have and what then ? Why all at once it i ia < fident, from all we can learn, that these differences to the Northern Democracy, but that it is to in this respect very materially changed could they

::.)i t.;. tem now .not to permit any circurobtauce to prevent expressed, but we believe that when the party shall] that the fusion desired by the democrats \0 for opinion exist itt the other Counties of the East, 0(1 them alone we can look (or aid in beating back the hare been present with us on Thursday last at the

,.1.;:' ".1'. .",: :h." their exerting all their influence to plant 1 the Democratic ban calmly aud fully conridered their duty in tbe wicked purpose. The object was to be well oj Duval County. These arc such differences," I I Abolitionist, now rendered trebly dangerous by their Concert given at Pisgah by Professor 1'0110"sail

:.' ".i '. : Banner in triumph on the day of election. premises they will ultimately deride in favor of that to save the union, .but really fur the purpose of continues the same paper ".:1..5 cannot be resoociled by union with Northern Whigs, and furthermore that it tbe pupils of his singing school. The pa maw 00thisjoccasion
solving itl!" The reader will ask with lute action of the in Middle FloriJ.-how.1 has become the imperative duty of the South to unite .
the
'',', .;1'.1;' f course, which is best calculated. to preserve the union am:1ement Whigs were ladies gentlemen,many of whoa
'." t; kc1.r' : Capt WILLIAM II. Con Las been placed on the and the constitution. Some of the leading Whigpres- this b 1 why is the editor so late in his dicvrJ" t ever warm and numerous are the friends Gov.BROWN with the National Democracy as the surest and only bare devoted but comparatively a abort time to tie

: T.f-$. :!'-, democratic ticket in Columbia County, in place! of Dr. see of the South, have auggt' ted a Southern Whig Only a few weeks ago, he \'al ready t go into possesses in the Ea t." TIle only mode the Republican means now left for saving all that is dear to the patriot I cultivation of music,and yet their performances evinced

wfV'i Jfcj: ;>. :. J. S.JONES, declined. The ticket is now composed of convention, for the purpose considering and deciding disunion scheme with a rush. The whigs of sees for mending this crack in tbe whig kettle is bya heart. There is a motive to this union which appeals -I that they not only possessed that natural and untt* V

VMtv. .';C ""?n. Capt CONE fur the Senate, and J. T.. DAISDEN and upon the future course to b pursued by the Whigs however much dilpse to unite with the Convention, and hence it says, We call for a Convention specially to us oj Floridian. When Florida able perception of harmony and melody of aotnxK

rt*'", .0 T Jv3r: *.*.,.. OAUKET YJXZAXT for the House. of the south. Well, we have no objection to such a have been teir present defensive because there is not in tho East a spontaneous asked to be admitted into the Union the Northern which ia necessary to the appreciation ,ad performance .

0 ..".v-""t.,. ;' .-_ convention, BUT \VE DO OBJECT TO THE ORUAMZATION by the hostilities of the demociaU !P-in othr union upon Gov. BROWX.. It u proposed to meetat Whigs and Abolitionists, under the lead of John I of music but that they bad acquired to a gnat

i;: jtj-!{ 1' '*:".. I is seldom that we have read anything that will OF A fir.CTIOXAL WlIIG PARTY, FOR TO IK THM, WILL BY the flt'morat would not spread their .table" Alligator on the 3d Monday of the present month. I Quiucy Adams, united almost to a man to resist the extent the art of making them correctly and P' ssively. -

!.i I. tt'1r'-i) be more agreeable t our readers than the followingS TO Tl'RX OUR BACKS ITOX THOSE NORTHERN DEMOCRATS give the invitation to "commune f and a a (lo-. B. is now in the East, having started off on the I request. They made the most strenuous efforts to .

;< :vF'.A.'.; from the the Tampa Htrald of the 2Cth July. ThoJftrald WHO HAVE bTOOD BY THE CoXSTlTUTIOX AUDTHE SOUTH, sequence the whiga have been .dri'eu" into a htrength of the late action of the Whigs in Middle ', get Congress to repudiate all the slavery clauses in The Concert opened with selections of Sacred Ma-

''e..l it will b remembered, is now edited by Col. ASP SATING TO THEM, WE 0 NOT ArrR&CUT YOCR KIDiLirr fcnbivc ]position 1" Will some one be good enough O'lol'ida"-that is to my, of the Whig of Gadsden our State Constitution, and would have succeeded but sic, the highest order of Music performed by tie whole

1.f : 54. M. WHIT SIT.a gentleman heretofore so prominent ; we are partizans, and we intend t remain a explain this nonsense ?1'e confess our utter and Leon, the other four Counties in the Middle having fur the patriotism of Northern Democrats. On the SchooL These were rendered in that massive style

; ,'J-: in tbe WLig ranks as to cause his numerous WLig jut because we can, and therefore, we will not affiliate ity to understand how c overtures" ami,j hare as yet played the part of dummies. The Convention passage of the bill in the House the yeas were [145. suited; to the grandeur and sublimity of the emotiott

,. iJ 1.\ .; friends in portions o the East. t desire bis name to be or co-operate with you, because you are not called made to the whig party to unite with the if held, maugre differences of opinion," will embracing every Northern Democrat but three, to 46 which they are calculated to inspire. These were allowed -

.f.. ",\ V presented to the contemplated Alligator Convention Whigs. ostensibly for the purpose of saving the Union, not set the Ex-Governor aside. The Whigs of the in the negative-14 OF WHOM WERE NORTH- by selections of secular Music which afforded$

V r -es.-t '.t ._.. .- Tt'Af...;,, mnAiAnlr u. ,_. ,f.r_. l-!-,.,-J4 arpa2.- ,--. niiii__n_ -fact--- atdll _ _ really- d for- the- IUrM8 of nn ilifuu_>lvin_.-0'
mmki? immcDiic-1 to tlie importance of thc sound and sensible 1Io, A. K. MAXWELL.-This gentleman reached we might have all .communed at the same table and the ridiculous" by endorsing him. in the Senate. Of the 36 votes in that body for our art. We wish that our time and memory would serf ,

; views,expressed by the writer, and should give to Savannah and in the l yesterday at 10 o'clock morning's in the train steamer,ou his Bemiuolc way to worshipped in the same temple," the democrats admission, 12 were democrats from free States us to note particularly the various pieces per

them vast weight and influence with the nobcr, thinkinj 11oJ aekun\'ie ft We were gratified t find him in med the door in the face of the whigs, and drove In respect to the northern traitors who have cooperated whilo all fA' negative ((9)) were Northern Whigs t and the style in which they were executed. There art

1. .sbi ..r Whigs of this State Col. SMITH is not cue of tIle enjoyment good llc&th. He wi be f'Jrtulatf into .their present defensive position P I this l iu this deed, language fails to express our These fact. show conclusively that but for the National some, however which we cannot omit to mat
A< who meets aelf-sacrificing devotion if he it throughout the canvass all as clear as mud, we should like to detestation of their infamous conduct. They deserve have not 't
T<1? fri&f; : those demagogues preserves upon know what i spirit of Northern Democrats, Florida would some that struck cords in our heart that y
he to enter his arrival in I at the band of the North. They are no i
on uo quarter
expects
of Northern with taunts of being wMc Forda- would a waste of words to the would bare been ad- and the one **
Deb purpose, we believe, is to travt'r the I b expose better than mutineers and pirates who have risen and i still have been a Territory or ceased to vibrate. One of these
bought by treasury bribes, but like I true hearted length of the State from cant to west during the next ling dogr further,but we cannot forbear carrying confiscated the precious cargo it was their duty to mitted shorn of her Sovereign"rights as Missouri was our lips are at this moment humming. was "Ktty

K Southerner, acknowledges their faithfulness to the six "cek. There can be little doubt of his reelection war very gates of Carthage, and fix the preserve and convey to its destined haven. Theyare in 1821 And now we ask men of all parties if Fur Darling," sung by Miss Pm.fa. in the most bewtifcl
and tonfeasc it the Congress by a handsome majority.-tiavan- of" disunion" where it enemies to their country, and enemies to their ties rare
.:; A-lZ Constitution wiUi gratitude, duty belongs.-What is a the RIPIANS do not rest under the strongest obligation to and touching atyle. Mia P. has one of

of Southern Whigs to unite wit tb National Democracy nah Georgian. .ug. 9. : party,I I i A union of prie iu cUr o the race. trod As under Christians foot they tbe doctrines have foresworn inculcated preceptsand by the consider Northern Dfmocrata."ho on no occasion have voices which we find possessed< by ce ainonpt tthousand.

r I th only & &of preserving' the Constitution Foa TUX REPUBLICAN. I tions without affiliation sympathy wIth either founders of Christianity. As men, they have ruthlessly faltered in sustaining us, as allies with whomin{ the She performed MTem,other pieeei ET'* :,

a the rigLU of the South from thc meditated treason Mr. Editor: Tbo verbal reports of the proceedings tv in the other section ; as for instance the union trampled upon the rights of their fellow men language of one of the Madiaon'resolutions, w it is a and gay, in the moat perfectstyle. Mss PZ1t' j

S' 5 of Northe Whigs and the motley crew wlio associate of the Democratic Convention at Mal8n.lin{ forming between the Northern whigs and al)1tonis and millions forged ofjtheir chains kind.and On fetters their for return the to enslavement their constituents of- duty and a pleasure to affiliate and act ,I" songs invariably gave occasion'to Old and Tome 1. f!

with! them. But we will not multiply remarks. formed us that a resolution ba been pM'1 apnrov- with the solo view of making war upon the rights they should be met as persons unfit for association manes to exercise the inalienable right of ujA'C' \

Nothing that we coulfl uy would add! one jot or tittle, ing the bill intoy MuwcJ lands the South, is a sectional party, because it has no with free men. They should be vomited forth Beauties from the Sentinel. their feelings of approbation by the mod taa-.t.

; :: to the force of the arguments the editor of the Herald I contain to the no such Will published the Editor proceedings of the pathy with either party South. On the other I from tbe free States as Kentucky vomited out its last I. 1. When the Floridian is ,floored (!!!) by the Senti! applause. Miss Qwau .. .iWsJ IC' '

here addresses to his political associates in floridaI ftoridian inform reluto. a resolution was should the whip and demot of the South great culprit They are political Matt Wards everyone. Del it seeks to avenge itself by attempting to draw iu ezeeUent J. whWa w. n. Lords rL ::
45L. t I4 in the we and if if U be took .ue and wash their bands" of all The public indignation should follow to its closet unfavorable comparisons between the u old Sentine1 It 01 WOIDaD'yicht then is mort -
pawed, and
so liberty
z:: We can only hope., repating grntifcltiun t olauppreingI' sympathy retreats and roast and consume such matchless and the Crea .- J &J ag'
new.
S Lave at the course of CoL SMITH, finn with either of the parties North, that would theirs." JV. Y. Tribune. fa that old song and we oo't bt1r
:: i.Ic; :. ptriote criminalty u truth than Poetry
that eprien may placed in tbe The above, in tbe Jacksonville Republican of the and for the same reason be a sectional party. Unpardonable in.the Floridian, there being no there always w.
dispassionate b What Southern Whig, with a spark of patriotismin but what
All in favor of the
y- .5- '4 Lands of voter the Stale. In the estimation 27th July, would have entirely escaped our notice suppose the whig and democrat of the comparison. proposition, no Miss Fmxz, Miss GEAHBUXO. and Miss VJd
every i the.Sot his bosom, can read such denunciations M _above will b the affirmative
;tj $. of the mere partisan, be may bare committed the but for some allusion to the matter editorially in the tcith one of partift at the North, would that of the Northern Democrats who voted to sustain comparison say .1c"-oarried Fnitt with professor FOUOM and MessrsWHrrxHomsT Bisz1
I-tbe Sentinel b the
unpardonable ,in' in avowing bit determination t succeeding number of the same paper. In answerto sectional party I Unquestionably not, for the the rights of the South in the Nebraska Kansas Bill, -yeas 999 nays unanimously and others performed several Tewt*"
National but there Q." we say distinctly that resolutions, of that it would wanting in the negative. reeeived with ***
: .. c' cooperate with the Democracy"- R anycharacter b only element without feeling like saying, in the nervous languageof sacs songs which were peat &
were either to or adopUd the ; makes sectional the 2. But be this aa it should like to know adveeatea Ma"*'
g; are hundreds of Whigs in Florida who agree with him presented by a party cutting loose from cii the editor of the Tampa Herald, I object to the may. we When Tempcranee baa for her
S Convention, at stage of its proceedings, except : the other section. Now let by what authority it says:-" There art very many it will be bard tokoU oat**!*
and
:4 jo their CioU of duty who will not be restrained any party i u'tlbe\ organization of a sectional whig party, for to do this intelligent Whigs:we knew, who utterly repudiate try and rosy b-ps.
%jJ5 by party te or by the aotcpt denunciations such &were published in th paper of the 15th Ju- and democratic putie South by these rule .Toe will be to turn our backs upon those Northern Democrats the course of the Organ" (Sentinel) We should (feel her. IfUl ladiee beforit.wnneMn tf i *a\i

I -q: of those who would .sell thei country for tbe y. For the truth of this statement we pledge our ocrats propose a union of all parties South with who have stood by the Constitution and the authorized contradict this statement without qualification Professor FOLBOX b a fine performer nim" !
the emolument honor a sound of tbe North and but from the fact that the Floridian professes off with that aneeesa"We'
; auooese of prty a of office, from I m democracy such,is their South, and saying to them we do not appreciate your tbe book. We not in the habit his entertahnnent came
example, and it into their fiandt eat position-tbe wbigs this, and to speak from are and diligence .. And bJ'1 ,
bis especially who kill
following i Southern whether
T-j I Prom op pe fidelity 'I"-yea, where is the Whig running about in the streets to aaeertain **
that tbU appeal should b$,Leed. On the Washington-President tot union of all parties Sut a cutting- I will refuse to affiliate and co-operate with these men, the "course of the Sentinel" suits_ this_ Whig or. .that. bad alinost forgot to mention that he. had.a .d-

: From the Tampa JtrD1J July 2C. Senate Wednesday in which be that IUt.the relation a message of this all parties .North, and this i their present' .! in view of the fast that of.all the North they and u Lucky be don't," says our devil; ""- -be did runabout little gina and boys who performedmirably. -a.fed
llt. Now we ask tbe reader, which of these'two i_ abundant reason for which "Cherry vyf .
: I Political Parties i th South with their followers are alone faithful to the guarantees of he would soon discover amongst
favorable
not
are more than
Spain
4. In Uu first iaue 0 the Herald, we Muc our government they were the time of but The sectional I Can any one hesitate t message.
: 5 j position b politics U> be IndVpend,tlpy,meaning Pmidanl a tar appropriation h. that enable should suppose aoL The statement it out indignation, at this muting and cooauming"proceu. 8. We bar never bad the vanity i to suppose that ., We cannot eonelude without a feW rd'.' ID-

thereby that we would b guided la should Urn t uk any contingency a that may wi during ta/hg organixation it purely uctional. The faflt or do they sympathise with the partyhacks" we could make the Sentinel in this fast age, a text occurred' to ua aatotbe oral anJprovement rlLol t

4.i aay the subject of politics,by our own judgment, the recess of C. In regard to the filibuster, not L disguised ; and nothing would,.o in Florida and elsewhere who assist to kindle book by which all Whigs would swear. to be dented from &

: up and nutrammelled by party iufluenaaor the President vdtaj cannot b aowe t number the days of the Union than (0 a So tbe fires of Abolition Whiggcry by denouncing the ,And that's the reason why so many "intelligent" knowledge of muss amongst the r'P'Jar&"
assume the functions of government. suggestions democrats come their standard., Hence ILls iu oouri Tb Ftori sacred
party interest And we have thus far seen D of Message will until Te t t Democrats who are to be ro $ttd" as a Bet of corrupUonisU Wbigt" repudiate does the eidthation of -'
U go over next session
) S reason t regret o decision, o t change 0. g t commencesiaswMninety days. th democrats, wishing t save not destroy the bought with'Federal Bribes' by the book. ly toward atrengthening and porlt'i' *t WfIact.-l.
and seeing the whig organization Whigs whose views of morality ._ .
In tbe political prosperity of our common country,and t b impt 4. That there are some tilDftta otlpsbisrt.tunsuaeittprethetiS IIC't
: : of our free institutions, we eel GovtRvaa or NEBRASKA.-Hon. Mr. Bart of South good but pregnant with evil, avoid it as tey THE SFANUU REVOLUTION,-.-.Important despatcheshave aa well as polities the Sentinel may wholly fail .c OPUiaII. will 11"
iu the prtto I has tiuvrruor been received at the State Department from Mr. will not allow outsell! for a momentto willi .
Carvlm*, ben appointed of pest house, cling .il tenacity to the glorious to '8(1':8.enw. oller that cia-I'
of NcbrA.k.
I interest, we trust, I any our an svch scaly Whigs ai thcte should men, there ano
and that
lively ad c-p it He *ill it democratic fuily at the bcft and only menu of' :- BuobiUJoiD, Minister to England, repotting that the doubt, ; i
: fellow tHUeui, jmd we rt,1 our datj' to cmpoy art

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.11 tl of II1Of&l refi1V.. from the tgi'\tr*,Hli Bnothereburt extract also copiedby the only Territories organized, _and as tbit was the _Die J. at the residence of N. IJ. Stewart. Esq., in I PER> Sehr. Wm. R. PcltM ftwn New Orteafta, BILL to Jt A1Q b11flYIOr ?

w our p&P le. can make their own music. "We do notpfli you and leave the people In judge of the merits only cJacse contained in tbe Bill'with reference to tbe Qnry. otf Mftdty/lhtre tfr Jalj, -J8 -t. NATHAN SO bbht.. Extra Family Flour Haley l T.) oeker. Sheriff andoficfe .dmmJstratototthe t

ytb1Y igb pikw l foreign 8tuft Give us horn of your can and of the n-cewity which. exieU for the course they were to pursue on the slavery question, BLOlNT DYRD. 4th son of Betatnuii; aud Mary 70 ... Superfine Family Flout, E Ut 25 Cub Bacon, hU ** -
U'IJe lDuI O'M it comes fresh tod strong from tb* ooof Southern Whig still to ding to their Northern allies the principle which they embrace, and which: was to Byrd months, of and WakulU 14 diJ'.County.'- Fhv aged 15 years 11 S Tierce Sugar Cured Hamt Tsp deceased complaioahi'.. '

Le, .rarll our own free c'nutrm.ii. or Bowl in Here h is: It will be remembered that oppositionto operate iu all future cases* must have been that North Carolina papers pleas. copy. 2 Bhila Lard. William H. Harm, adroinistnfof of Jokp fiavi, d-, I!.

1/1"1' heart-rn .; r.t'rf"? Jrom |h rosy lips of I IlICit the extension of human shivery opposition to the Congress surrendered all its pretended right to inter. -- 10Kg ceosed. and against Nancy Lee. and Williani Le*. *
-- Mess Pork &*
:.in' aDd .Cb\.h&I.; 0. ,I Missouri Compromise, opposition to the principle of fere iu the internal affairs of the Territories. On this Land for Sole., ., ;. 20 20 1Th1L" Whiskey, ,. .. uc afits., and Mary LI. wife, and J.*M Bjrvk, '
tbe Nebraska' Bill, are already primary principles in i principle alone could the slavery agitation bav been mtwritlC"onfTf'fI Scotch Ale in Pint Bottles. S
THE ft* wle h.Plntation, lying app aHag to the Court, br afida vit,tlat ddetxJ
F. ALL. .. Eq. the Whig creed," and hence the Register opposes bep- settled. Had it uot been recognized, the questionmust milM VOAf Quincy on 1Smp.r ?k.- BERRY A ROTTttS. IT William K.Hatia$: reeldesbsyodthe liMits

1 5&Mof Floiida S,"tint'1 : arating from and casting from their political fellowship necessarily ban arisen, whenever it became in- There ate.fire Lo.ii]r d acre* m. the,tract, three hnn-' August 1 4. 31 of this State. bat whhta the United SUtcc,mt. that --,

peculiar circumstances of danger by the Southern Whigs. The programme is cumbent on Cuiigrevs to organize another new Terri. I dod of whkh are elcarwl."It r. a* gwMl land as can A Mill Wright and General Mans defendants WWiato Lnria and Mary, hit was
SrtlThe be foundln ffii iMi.n CM ityt On th* >Mc aba Jesse Ha vis. reside in the State of Florida tat
South is wirrouudi'd. and the urgent nocestbf fixed, war to the knife on the South is watchword, tory, shall or shall Hot slavery be permitted to existin prra ger" Wanted- not in
tli ,
bib good IHrelirjQflnaarv maH u e aud Screw with every the Middle Circuit; .
11isti"-far union "f all her friend*,indttoed but:it may be necessary to the success of' the enterprise its limits P'and this question would have called into other otibu&tiijg uee +*Tj oua Jutro. Terms \'T ANTED IMMEDIATELY, a wilable person It it arfered Thaf foe defeooabt WiBiam ll.Haji t Zj

"%'! JjraM. jou as the editor of one of the pjyorgs' that these hundreds of thousands of Southern activity all the slumbering elements agitation. The made easy.' .Address.me.thrnngh the Quiuey Post v to take charge bf and superintend the buildingof do appear and antwer the WI Sled odor belbretfto

III*tl of ibeSUte and to ask you to sustain charges Whigs should be permitted(good fellows) to help] carryit right to determine this matter must be vented somewhere i Office, or see me at my J'f" It"lce. nm miles from suitable out buildings, shelters Ac,for a circular first Monday 1 ui December next,and t&ata id Wfflanfl -
i. Quinev, on the Stage Road leading to Tallah we. saw.Mill). at some point on the Tallahassee branch of Lewis and Slarr Lewis his wife.'and Jesse Hark,4oahw >
i- .-.initber; friend by evidence, or withdraw out What a ieactK>nl! I How joyful should the. -either in Congress or the people. tbemsslve. W.UUD ALL the Plank Road. A capable person character and
the Mid laiR tt. -
btfch
qpra answer OB CII" | -
;. all.; wbal has been your reply Why like Fe.t :i southern Whigs feel and Low bounding should be Which did the compiornise of "50 recognise as holding Aueusi 12.154. 32 tlnov industry only need apply to Hopkins d MeginnfSs, first appear Monday in October next;otherwise ho. eom- ,

f vw\ haTe bid me go my way, and at a moie | *heir pulse' and elastic l their fetep, ns they find thernselve this right ? EvidentK the people of the Territories Notice.LL Tallahassee, or DANIEL LADD, Pret, Newport. plateanfs bill thai be taken pro eonfeow agaiBsitWint

Utaiiwi *r>nTOU WUI e- U 1 *r me' Too proud I irtTLtt still the objects of Northern fellowship and proposed to be organized, when their State coustitu ft respectively ; and it is further ordered that nibfidtkm I3' .'
persons ftre forewarned from trading for a ALSO WANTED or 10 good likely negfo men 'of thts order be made hi one of the TaOuMM" ,,. .
*chare' which carries error stamped in in- I til1 permitted to aid iu carrying out these great primary tution was formed. And if so, as a matter of course, -\ SlIte of Five Hundred Dullars, payable to Augustus working on and about above named Mill. for papers once a week for tour months preoadiof taxi -

\0 .. \g\xtrjon every word you offer e..iJcnceo'taiD principles of the Whig party." Even that arch 1 all law conflicting with their entire freedom of action Fisher, or bearer, on the first day of January.lt which good v ages will be given and negroes well lat Monday in December next

t it rlirb would' excite a smile on the lip of traitor to tile South Thoa. H. Benton, the endorsee of were rendered null nnd void-the old principle and dated the :th day of August, 1854, with cared for. Apply _s above. Ordered at Chambers, August 1st A.D. 1 W4. -
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interest rt. 8 per cent. signed bv Martha B. Savage Oontraet for regrading and widening the present AT Cswsis. J. WAYLE8 BAKER.
:: .1 j,, *110 the Lorn.bootf bispoitical proTon Gov. Brown, may feel the stimulus of their flattering of Congressional intervention w as supc-rceded done Boiling Ilaktfr, Trustee,and the nndereigned. said note Road from Newport to T mpkiu'. Mill. Will be givento Augnat S. 1854. >l 4m Jodye.Execitor's .

ill charge President Piercc's adminUtrat appeals, and having already received the nomination away "ith.The Laying teen l lost or Etcleu, and its payment n1'('Pped.I the lowest good and responsible party applying between ,-

,'tm'tOi1ism. He'spurns the foul imputation, and for the Presidency by a jiortiou of the abolition party, extract from Judge Douglass speech at Chicago Aug. 12. 1S51. 32 J. P. K. SAVAGE.. and 10th August. Particulars which can N.t1ci

. j41tht bit reputation could not be more untruth. with Wrn. II. Sewnrd for Vice President he may renew and the resolution of the Legislature of Illinois introduced I, Lost Note. only with be any understood party desirous by of seeing taking the tbe work.job at any I will time.go ALL persons. M.Williams having demands laU against the Mtate detts.-of

/ull! uuiled. lIe points to the bittory of bia life fur\ his efforts to sustain the Whig organization, and iu my last 'week'sarticle, are sufficient proof I{ LOST(1r mislaid on Friday. September 30. 1833, July 29. 1864. SO D. LADD. ed.will take notice that they oILeoaCOGntl.must present then to

,ti refutation, and tubmiUjLia defence to the hands of hit yet preserve it intact. There are two thoughts biiggested that the compromise measures of ':O were looked I, of hand for Fifty Dollar with interest, Land for Sale. the undersigned, duly authenticated within the thno .

friends. Them friends come r"rward"bcn it is more to my mind by the article of the Albnny Register upon in this light at the time of their adoption. It I I signed ly Thomas Triplett and made payable to subscriber will sell at a bargain his well prescribed by law, or this notice will be plead in bar

than .v.r necessary that the truth of history be viudiCktsJ. quoted bv you as evidence of reaction. The first was known in Congress when they were under discussion Vard Decausey or bearer, dates pot recollected. Tho THE tract of land containing 760 acres on the of their recovery and all persona indebted to said estate
public i is cautioned against trading for the simc, as are hereby notified to make immediately -
and uk you to point them to the net of the administration is that the editor is afraid to break up the Whig party I that this was the (iriiiciple they proposed to, I payment been stopped and application made to Ocilla river, and known as Sandy Ford ; two hundred to undersigned payment

; which sustains the charge orwitbdraw it, and unite formally with all the free soilers and.1 fag- establish, us cnn be proved by speeches made in the, lave the same renewed. acres of which u hammock, tbe balance pine, of which JHOS, J. Executor.

toJ what do you do Why you quote from the speei h !I ends at the 3Tortu lest they, having occupied these Senate. And yet Leon" very gravely informs us II ,-. DAVID L SLOAN. one ou hundred the place acres where are cleared.a post office A new i is kept store, and houseis is a july 15. 1864. Bw 11. ,

of a Senator iu Congress in which be charges that I extreme grounds first get the loaves and fishes ; and the I I that In IboS "no man had discovered that the Missouri _Monticello-- ,_August /18)4. 32 ____It _n I splendid stand fur a public house, and store-persona Notice.

some freesoiKsrs, abolitionists, fire eater' and ioI'cesion.j\|! second L> by retaining the primary principles"t! restriction had been supermled by the Leigiola- I L Notice. I wishing to purchase will apply to T FOREWARN person against trading fcr a not*

MU, vottd for President Pierce and then, by a process Whig party (hostility to the South,) and pennitting 1 I tive principles of the compromise of 50 !1" lIe goes APPLICATION will be made to the next General .SAM. WILLIAMS. -L given by me to William Isardre fur over five hundred -nt"
further and saysIt is equally certain that the .L- State for a Charter to constructa Sandy Ford, Jefferson County Fla. dollars payable in December rxxt and given ia
refined for t hundreds of thousands aid in
of reasoning by far too my conipntbeusiou, I the amongst us to carryiug -
29. 1854. SO
I I Plank K.w from Palatka to some point in Marion July _ May last As consideration has not been complied
reach the 10.ie. conclusion that the P esi, them tbe chances rfsnccpss will be committee in their report accompanying the (Nebras- -
you very f, out more County. near or at Micanopy. ForC'harleston.. with I refuse paying said note until compelled by ,-
dent is a free soiler. Would i it uot have been as logi. : certain. Tnke it all iu all, Mr. Allen I think the peo- j kn) Bill did not think so" He then quotes jWt.- August 12. 186-1. 33 3m I ANN : Uw. MOSES W.LiNOf -
.1< Brig MARY Captain Vincent -
ca1 l to conclude from your premises, that he was a reg. j pie of Flol"ida.i1l pronounce your'u the boldest attempti nough of the report of Judge Douglas made on the | Notice.PPLICATION TIlE i taking in her cargo for th; above July 22. 1S54. 29 ,

ular Art eettr or tecenionitt, as to omoluJe that be i i to mislead them ever before made. Every step which 4th January last to an-wer his own purposes and t will port airl will sail in all next week. For freight or Rice Rice -

was a free BOiler I It was charged that some of each i you take but the more hopelessly involves you in the pervert and misrepresent the meaning of the Com-1 t .1-\, AiuM-mbly of this State be made for a to Bank the Charter next General to be passage apply to McNAUGHT & ORMOND. *)A HALF tierces prime fresh Rico,jnrt landing -

united with the Democracy in electing him. and yet i, mire of this Scrbonian bug. and unless you stop at once mittee. On this point, I will let the report speak for'' located within its limit, with a stock uot exceeding I Newport July !2! 854. w \J from Charleston and for sale by

you owns to the uuclwritaUe conclusion, and In the you will find yourself beyond the reach of any friendly itself. It says- j 50'1,000.' ) Fire and Marine Insurance. .Jul v :2. 1864.McNAUGHT &W ORMOKD.Newport. !!"
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face contradicting1 facts that instead of being nioul hand to aid you. I Your Committee deem it fortunate for the peace | August 12, 1354. S2 3m rf lIE Savannah Mutual Insurance Company hav- ,:

,t-l to some extent by the fire eating and secessiontUiiicb ; It remains to be seen if the Whig party: of Florida of the country, and the Fc-cmity! of the Union: that i .2.Notice.. Jing established an Agency in this City, will Notice. $ : -
the controversy then resulted. in the adoption of the take Fire anJ Marine; risks ou the most favorable
he received, I tie was exclusively influencedjr will entci tain for a moment the idea of co-ojKsrating compromise measures which the two great |' >liticnl QIX months' after date. the un<)ler.igned, admnl-! .traO term Apply to THO. J. PERKINS, Agent. NOTICE is hereby given to all "rtorm having claim -

Ik opposite element But, fir, i is it a fact that I with the Whig party North with this programme before parties with Ringnl iinnnmiity. have affirmnl a! a tor of the estate Tlioraaa Mills deceased, late of I July 15. 1854. 28 3m deceased,of Gadsdeo the estate of Griffin M. Fletcher lately

jlic mere Toting for Pit-rcc by a few;free foiU-r* North, them, nod with the certainty that if they do they cardinal article of tll ir fnith. and proclaimed to the Gad,Icn Oi-unty, Florida,will present bin final account I Salt. undersigned Executor County.within the present time them tb the
and si-cca-iouiata South, makes him ofnrccftsity world a! a final 1 settlement of the controversy and and venders to the Honorable Judge of Probate for prescribed by
fire eaters an law otherwise thin
I'jJ j will have to aid ILl earning into successful operation : notice will be pleaded in bar and tall
end of the agitation. A ilue rwjM-ct, therefore fur said Cuuutv, and ask to IMS di.c1IRr ell. ."rf\Sacks Liverpool salt in good order landing those indebted said
eoiler. Let the matter to to estate
free are
w bring to mako
a requested
"primary llri"cip''t the party. I know avowd opiuifpncof fcnntors. aa well as a proper'lIlIe' i U. B. 3IILIJ5 Administrator.A : f_)W V and for sale bv

the teit, aDd see if in it you don't prove quite too mudity they will uot, for they) are Southern men,. and hate of.-- nttriotil'rlnh.I-------------. ,.- ">niriiii4.II----------lifwm ,your- -. .."non'.t"'.....- ..i e.l.." i:, e t 1 12.-1S54. 53 Rm McNAUGHT & ORMOND. payment immediately.ZABUD FLETCHER.Executor..Tulv w

thin parttyof reasoningfor-your; ;OVMI good. 0.n. great interest at &tlJk Then what can thoyj; do?-j propriety and necessity of a strict adherence to the -- .-: Notice 1 1I Newport. July2lr.185-1. 4t 29 1.1854. 28 Sw- '
principle Bud even a literal adoption of the ; ''f
Tailor. was supported by the higher law man, Sew- Not form a sectional party-that would not do; they enact- hereby in of the requirements of T Curled Hair Mattrasses. Madison Circuit Court. Middle :
j nicnt of that adjustment, in all their territorial bills, IS 'I IS given pursunncc Circuit of Flori a. ij:
srd nnd therefore tie w
dilyou ever raise your VOR-C against him! And IKliJellrts I I They would Ju that event have to quit quoting th? 1 enactments embrace, among other things 1 less j I Shin of the(;eue al Asomhly application will Dexte'l-I .J hair mattra*. double or single-very things for $4056 78100.William .; :

evidence of your owu that lie was H free soil--\ firewell address of Washington, and that would be material to the matters under consideration the foj !. I, for a"charter to iucorriorate and a Company hot weather, which we will sell low to close. ilcXaugbt and James Oi'mondMerehants i'. :

tr, be snperadJ by /*/* act evidences to htitngthentij monstrous. What then Why they would have toj i j lowing provisions: When admitted as a State, the \! the Augu Tallahassee!l I:, 81:2 Georgia Railroad Com 3m pan v. [ D. LADD. and partners using the name and stylo of HcJfaughti '; .} ,
said territory or any ]Mrtion of tho. same, shall be re-i New Port July 15,1854. 28 vs. f 1
chum'to web distinction. You rec..licet iu.Torn ]' do what I will more freely explain to you in my next ', eeived into, the Union with or without. Maverv. a< j!I, ." E.Wilmot Walter.George H.Walter and Richard T. :: t

Cor.'ia,tate Senvtor and orator from Ohio; he l lod the when! I bliall attempt to make plain the path of duty, their, const'tution: may presciibe at the time of their Committed I Leon Female Academy. Walker Merchants and Partners, using the name aDd 5-
.4
free soil koits .f his; rei'u. lie Dot only opp,ited, the auJ worn you and them from the error of your wa\. ) admission." 'i IL.rT0 the.: Jail "f Leon County, on TburstS\-. rl II IS institution baa been in a highly prosperous style of Walters & Walker. .:. t-

Mexican war, because skve erritory inigl bo acquired, I SOUT1IUON.* I' TIle report goes on to savI I X? JL. 'Aib :. 1854 a Negro boy who says his; .1 condition during the past year. The building i i. Defendants and all other interested will aba .-
\S.nanx'1 JERRY, and that he belongs to "Rich now under contract for. enlargement to twice its present J .
I notice of the
bit afMr oar gallant poldiery had pcneli atod the heal ,! From these provi-ioim it i il apparent flint theenmrromjce corumenccrntutoftbe above suit br j I''
} ,'i aId HaigooJjof GaiUJrn County. Said negro i i. a- dimensions. Other improvements also will be made attachment and are hereby notified to an-i .
<4 that hosttk <>nntry, auJ had measured arms with '\ YOU Tnt fLukll'UN A JtaNL the fi.llnwiiiKproposition, measures f.f l EO Fir affirm. and rest upon ttout C ft. It inch, ri hieh. brown complexion frout iu the coming vacation so toot the Academy at the plead to the declaration therein filed. appear :t !. .
'Iliat allpertairin
b/r soldiery and skulking bawdite he, Tom Corwin Mil. EDITOR! :-" Leon" adopts the very convenient ?:- "t questions teeth prwmment and a little apart. The owner will commencement of the Fall term. will present better POPE HATS. :
to I
in the
slavery | t rritoriog. Htnl in the .z.1
i iu bill place ifl the Senate of the United States CJI. plauof \\-fi-hing umltr argunu-uU ..te"> Jinfoundanlthcji ': iww Slut. to be fornu-d th-r.-frf-m. "rt tn I* l>fl to I comply with the term of the law and take him away. 1 I facilities for a systematic aud thorough intellectual July. 22. 854. 29 Plaintiff*' A. ttornrv. *. .r .; .
II. T. LOOKER Sheriff and Jailer. training than ever bef're.The .ii\ !
fwus! the Mexican; cau*e, and said he biped they f"i L'mto med and >jicjcombat.. "Silent tie J eio'> rf thr people rn din. /, -,;,." | SI J Rev A. It. WOLFE will continue charge of the
AujruM !. 1851. DR. LEWIS ?
General if Lad not to KimotiiiHanswers cl ijik Tlie first of theso folnus! __ __ n._ ;S2
veulJ aak our they room bury c-nitcmiit" excellently as a q'ntations imme !liitclv: Eiclish and Classical department, assisted by Misa .

tlrflr dud at horn, und that they would.greet our belaud M hich to l bile \vrakucsHe plt-a I* inability] after the extract made by Leon" and could not A-Great Bargain. ;;| R. M. II.1'TI Gs. in the departments of Music and Em- RESIDENT DENTIST, : J1!

Liud uuJ wvlc-iine them f-r his total his intending to move to the West of broidery. Competent aietance will be provided to TALLAHASSEE. FLA. .Ufl' #.
(bravm) Wnters with bloody to "ec as uu ti.cust; failure to notice havecajMtl .ll'cr..ntillu. Why did he not continue 'fIlF..sitleeriber I
I > plantation containing 83i acres meet the demand, and the earnest effort will be made, i now inserting ArtificJrf Teeth on Ute :*irnew :
tlem to b *pitubl' gra\c-6." Thiu free B"i1er who thus nvuiv: of the t-tiongfi-t {'inititA piesentcd by ice in the his quotation insteadf lircnking it off HI the of land! -with all his>stock of about 21)0 heu1l1f Cattle. to render the education of young ladies as extensive fiAIS and improved principle with Jrt

:111 bd moral treas-TO to liis oUicr Dins and \\lmie lip tIbCU-uU \il..eh !hl, liecu going on Ldwf'u us. Now nln-uj main
t- ulJ kaJ1i lereJ and tongue paWi-J at Uw utter- 1 have r.4'H Ii i,cIl .. J.p,'11" credit fur Ix-ing cxtraort'liuirily Did he design jnV/V/v to rniropresoLt thef \ "Jn-1Itia1 of Corn.__ P*'fl", Potato and F. jder.. ali our Female Colleges. otlier.without seam or crack leaving no plate for th. .; -."%' .
: Tuesihiv October) lnlrtnpnt rf food- tKaroK ,nrfa4rt., th.n -r-tt.
TVi. .T..11 torin. will rommpnon on y
J :IJ.I'I. of*acfa ItI arrtiAnlt'ricun ei.iji.eut. \\11' rl"wur- blight, hut I must raknovlfd e he coufecs V..iti.n > committee ? Charity itlfis! i hore no I'lantoti'I/'i T'>oK lh'u"ehol.I and Kitchen i-"n"iiture.' I ; ; ;Ube ---"----and-- ---- ------01 orhg1Da1ootourof'iiiefae. "
I I"ill i sell nil the above together at a crit! ILarpaiu, 24th. Kates t of tuition per quarter of ten weeks, life-like restoring the .
led by G.'y.1.tJI..r with oue of the ligittt i.&ti ju l.iuj.lf v\tn in, re Llud than I I'bilj.d. I am not l l..ii-r a virtue, and the verdict of nil cnnd.d: ni<>n or sell thoni. 'eparate.: Persons wanting good l bargains graduated as follows : 140 as to defy detection. He will attend to all calls ia .;-.}.

tbe cahiMft. Vu UI&IK- rift fiUc1! el'lU-e (1ft G.rto at all euij priacJ that a WI ttt of t-ui.li weak M,k'U I rnuit I IH that ludl"tlS his i"t rltilln. When a A will do well to cull and examine the premises very : Orthograpy, Reading. Writing and Middle Florida for Full Setta. Those wishing Full ;'_,i '\ %

th-ii b I ifCrivcA lar "olf'i suiJi S. tho.ilJ] be of the absurdities into whirl Primary Arithmetic..U 25 SetU can obtain all necessary infurmativn by Utter. .* % "
Taylor ; a -e aa w- guilty many Y"UlI"cltt"rM is compelled to stoop to such petty *oon, or they may miss good hanrains. !
iirnl cnf.iV" eu: Cur- ire has blundered iu hi- to aiJ in tLe BENJAMIN ]BYRD. The above with Primary Grammar, He will warrant in every instance. sati Ltctk n. sad ,"* :- :
.ro.lCorupltuy arl.ointwent a-
: | attempt TCSUHitHti. subterfuges a? this to uphold himself. he will gladly I
&c..8 00 to suit the times. Terms Cash when oall 4
Geogrnnhy, prices or ,:-
'<.I"Le dHomma .to ,'hicliocr uutemper l real <. n, of higgery. 1 however that lie Fort Stonsb'iry, WakullaCountv, Florida : n
regret Uiairifcsts follow "Ix-onY n-lvice, to keep hi' month Mmt !r Au t.'ilE\I. tf :31 I History. Natural Philosophy, Cump"siti for. ,
La driven yoe, is trch tahe deplored. It i il11111Lul] toa K) little ic;ard for his OWL fair name a* to con I regret the necessity which ha- compelled; me thujiuliliily --- .,n. itc-,_. ._. .. ... ... ,10 00 -June !4, 1834.:0 -? .*I U t %

to lave to etiieean opp"nent whoi-sd.Avn :and tiuue the re-iteratU'U of jirct ended facts, upon which to rxpone '. Leon" to the c.intcmpt ..f even : Stop the Runaway. ;,' Algebra Physical Geography.Chernwtry Rice's Patent Baby Walter S ia'' -S.* : "f

enable to 1 help Lan>clf; but it t io tli' duty c.f surh tu he has never brought a thuduw of I jtroof to bear, after ]liii the Stable! of P B. Bmkaw. of Tal- Astronomy Mental and TTNITES all the ( the V ; -.
own par zalls, but he I.as forced me into it. bv. his 'f.unfwm Moral[ and Ancient advantages e :Jktf and ,- Vr.gt.J

a lv f>r quarter, anJ tbfu a nuL;nauimuus iipjtoiieutvoulJ 1 have jirovfd from the record that thoj have no stematic course of peivercion and he mimt I lit" con-1 i i I fine SORUEL the HORSE.moniinjr. Saddle of the nnd 28th Rridfe July, J by S4.a a. iI Languages Philosophy. .,. .. .. .-. .12 50 \. Jumper in one article. As a Jum er fti.supe- t ,_; *i. .?

huld though pcJiitotiC'C did Uut accou]>any the foundation ujx.il! \\hichtonst Ntcctoity, however. : tent to tale the 'on '1u'nceR. lIe cxjuld hardly have,1.f TOUIrnm calling himself WM. IL TISON, formerly | Instruction yn Piano Forte with use be rior fastened iu manyre.peetstuanyin liable to use, nmt i ,eatArinc to ." i" if- "J

knows law tnd 1 of oflnatrununt .. . .. .. .. 15 00 nor a'cidenU.witlj Bprlng* adjusted ; : ;
supplication. j j j" no piesome the necessities t.f expected to palm off so JIraL1e! a cheat without
It i* mortifying r, to !e man o<,cupyiiig poiT.ti'iB 1 *. LeouV ca'c have been s> urgent as not to admitof Duty imperatively demands that his mi*' '1 Florida fiom lat D-cenib until May, and latterly French\i ork Rill each.5 I Ornamental Needle 00 child in it, and the least moveme/.t r.l the child cu-, '. ? ,,. ,

of responsibility driven to such w8k and childuli cavil as to the means of keeping himself above v:. .Ic(.1. Miouhl}be brought' to light so that those wlioni from Tliouiasville.Said TISON f;a, from rfcosui-ed whence,he; in came to crowd this, i 1, It i* Wicked! ( that in respect to healthfulnew of location sing a motion *> agreeable that tbil..ren will remain :t" .." '.

uUerfuge us jour's, and I am nastikeii i in the : ter. His hut attempt is rich-.dtciiJcdly: tich Hear :, he. has tried deceive and nii'lrad rnny know with city.as he mutt belonsj to can the Slion:hae Stock.any'Lt-iug' on I'' Tallahas will compare favorably with any be in them been at for hours amused HODr..KlfJS.d and 3elipnted-; Sample tu .'_ ..:, ,

Whig party of f'lur.Jaif livy[M! to rebuke you st r .ly himWe published in support of an honest demo : what degree of allowance to take his statements in "'x feet five inches h';(h. Ho had ou a Black Frock portion of the South. Board for six or eight young IT, 1854. 24 SCOTTS.June ....- i. -

fur thus lifting I whh all that i Is dear to th. ai as a lee crn 1 ]x>fiitioii facts that are well known to every iutelhgent the future. Coat, LJueu.Pautt and Straw Hat He endeavored ladies CAU he obtained at .. Dr. Wilson! -- : ".,,

{\pl' But I pUll to aaortter feature in the trru'j.z !, luau." Again"It may be true that thereare j In imitation of the fabled frog Leon" ha swelled to palm himself off as a Ma"->n. but did not succeed II j[: July R. 1R54. 27 SEA BA T I I N G ..:;.. ':
received here show that
Account pretty concliwivd-ly the rul of the Tal-
Li tury of your late toaehiugs. A short time nuce slaveholders in KJMisas now, but they arc few I NOTICE is hereby given that COLUMBIA f.- '
himself up into such nn immen-iity of importance he i< a consummate scoundreL Twenty dollars reward Rail Road Company, charging Storage HOUSE ; ;

you manfully washed .\our bauds
but now, I see you are auout to wash them ouftgnin ten alwhtionists to every* Southern mau.*" And again i to the task of pumping the wind out of him and has i information that may lead to the recovery of aid days f.r j P rsons' residing in Tallahassee and thirty THIS U'.W and
:
; and it i" with the nnamdid and s phi riC4 say -" We feel siitisfitd that we have fully sustained the I therefore transferred the ,handle] to other I, horse, by applying to P. B. BROKAVT. I|.,f daJIl fur those living in the country or surrounding .K -I- Per. for the reception populaiestablthraeat of vkitora tow r.f'* ;'l. ,.
pump hands 5 ISM. 31 -
August __ ,_ _ Towns will be strictly enforced after the 1st August ;
yon t1ne (.c charotlirtniziDg yourself that I now jro- 1 pteition taken by an lumefat democrat, that the South i In this he u mistaken as usual. I shall not consent __ Th Propr.etot thankful fur the patronaee be has r.. ;'-...

pose to deal and if I fail to draw the disguihos mill ., bus gained nothing by the passage of the Nebraeka for him judge me by himself. Because he bag lad j For rrrsrrTin. and Pickling. next.By order of the Board.THOS.!. so largely 1 the r I..ei\"ed. been to assure La'friends and the "-,t*':
public,
iUhit -'n no plainly that he that : CBBLS.. SujxriorVliite Rum, .t 'we'HOTEL in every department 1 be .., .
n.11l1u'Ie PERKINS.
your runs may a principle equality. It is lucky "I eon' J. Secretary. J
; to his h other Lands is I .
place cause no reason why UJ. Old kept ia 'a slesuperior to previous DBS _
1 Peach Brandy, any season.
read the fault will be mine aid 15. J"5-1. 4St 28
not attributable to July
,
> thought to make his readers that be has has bf
aware pub- should do &0. The marked difference in the style and \ 1 Apple, en introduced into 200 rooms. 'Hasmlert cele. .., ;!.
the ll&eueeof fact to eost&in me. 1 t lished, well kuown fact*" M in sunrvjrt of_ honeotr Cider{ C. Divorce. In Hamilton Circuit braf jd 'jrehcstra baa been engaged this j.. '
an 1 diction of the several articles which 1 Vinear. Mary Bryau, ) exclusively fef .
have nmlCared_ :
; tdemocrat's -- -- UI. U : ,., .. .. __ ____ _..LS __ ________ L _t .1.
You discorcr ne you say, signs of reaction on the White Wine v*. Court, Spring Term HSl. ower
pcwition Certainly tLey woul 1 never' tbe signature of Leon" makes it 1 Vinegar, I V many anawgewem.a ve DUll aaae \ ;it .:
over ,
part'of tis"r UiJ miudoftLe Whig party North\' have found it out had he notery e .ignsthal feint't the continued fraternity and unkin : them of it and did not all emanate from the same source '. BERRY do ROWLES. I appearing to the Court, l,y the return of the ';u--sts. Application for rooms.may be mad by ad- !t'!***: '
of the JTortL and ; even now there are many, ) A YOUNG VOTER .Auguat5, 185-1. :SIGnTTA IT Sheriff the Defendant w not to be found in 11:11". dr caging"the proprietor at Cape Island or to the rob. ,:.-1 % ".<
party South and iu evidence of this of them who Jll ._ _ _
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verjman far briber
are from iti. L'HARWlXD.
feeling so w County on motion. ordered that the servIce "ve ( ;t-it 3No.
(set yon copy from tbe Albany Register. Let u*, see "satibfied" PERCHA WATER PROOF GOODS. 17 South 3rd "
: (.n this point as he appears. As to Kauas perfected by publication! this order boone of the ''ub str.atPh1adelpbia. fv.
bow the erictoooe of at nwaieued and growing otmerrative Territory, the extracts I quoted two weeks THE CANVASS.MR. TRADE MARK. lie Gazettes of this State once a mouth for four pr.uuths. N.:B.;Extensive stabling on the pt iaea. ?t> :' 4

feeling amooget the yorthtni Wbigs will (row gentlemen all fectioos ago prior to the nex.. 17, 1854. 3m :24 .i.ir* j'
of
the Union, furush : .. .
1 SJnce
Uike tie ear oT Southern Whigs, and kt us sec bow abundant M1XWELL'SAPPOPTMEXTS. J. WALES BAKER. Judge Notice- to -: .''
evidence that tIle South will gain something I JOHN FBINK. Clk. C. C. Fla. Debtors. and. Creditor : .4 :. t ti

their sense of eeeunty and of self respect \\illbc J by the pasage of the Nebraska Bill save nPritxriple Mr. MAXWELL Ik-rnocrntic; candidate for Congress II July_11) 1654. 23 '; LL persona indebted to tire tttate of Henry K n- : : ":: {
strengthened by reading the evidences wl.icll have of I I '4 .\ drkk deceased, late of Leou' .. .'
you equality. These facts" Leon Lab not will address bit fellow-citizens at the times And \,4VMADEB Fresh Groceries and Provisions. Coonty are hereby 4 :
afforded, aid upon which bae JUlpes of dared! requested to make pnymeflt immediately ; and all V ":
you your ] re- to question neither has he :: g
; forward *
union. I quote from the Article which iu- bright places mentioned aa follows: \ "1T7E are now receiving from Ne'.v Yo'.t and NewT mauds against said estate mtit be presented m the .' :-, V"

you copied : any evidence calculated to induce a contrary con- Saturday, August 12th, at Jacksonville; ?7HORTHAHER10AK\ 'T Oi leans, per Schooner' Ehi'ibeth. and Ta.Cur I time veqmred by law, orh' rwilM thin notic will b* *': :l., .j
to yocr Sentinel of the lilt iast. and beg myVliig clurkin. TIleD I bow Las lie rullt.a Jed the petition Mitchell A Gamier Extra }'.uur. piead in bar of their recovery t- $"V
I'
friends to believe me when I MJ that thee are veritable taken by an honest democrat 'P lie has done : Monday, 14th, at Black Creek ; //GUTTA PERCHA1 St. Louis superfine do. HALEY T. BLOCKER."T:-"T '

extracts, for I am cure they will think I aui trying but assert and re.aaaert-and that nothing !i Thursday, 17th, at SL Augustine; Superior Rye do. Sheriff, and Ex-ofi5cio AdInIm ItC S -f. *
too in the fa*. (if'fsets' II atPalufcca d<>. Graham do. July 22. 1854. J9 8w f\4.b i
Saturday, I 1'Jth. /
to hoax tbeut, and be ready to deny that the Florida, which even be blind he ; 0 1 -- .. '
as is, could not fuill I 44 COMPANY j Ribbed Bacon Sides, .- 4
Scutincl. ever contained eucb cruuibe o4> 1rc. But to see. By the eanjt rule any absurdity might be Moujay, 21st J at Enterprise ; Clear do. do. Gwynn's Piteit 'Reaeti.i tRh1f1pl 1 ; :

to the facts: I Thursday 24th, at Micuuopy; Stag 4 Shay's Su/.ar c l Ham. art tire ,.
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'sustained. It might be even proved that Loon"an is AiMPW-YnRK/ ; :Jre Pomp Eiglie. .! :. !
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Saturday, 4' 26th, (t Ocala Crushed and Pow iered fI' t
We yield tonne in to the Nebras ; Sugar
ow opposition' honett situation
and candid writer. ,4 DAPfED to any ; 1JI1Ii ted m power .; '
ka easure. We detwvnced it LUlU the Monday! 28th, Flemiogton; Loaf and Clarifir-d jStewart's .
beginning So far from 7. ..L-I.: certain in action; permanent ttte; and withal :f l. .:
iu bongBag strung. we eould o iniaud. We have ; dodging Mr. Editor, I think your Wednesday 30th, at TewnansvilIe ; ,IMURP Har-1. Cnjidies so low in cost that they itn rapidly inpeneduw aQ ."-.a\rL oJ

i regarded it as the 11.kked:t "'K>ktiun tif faith-the ; readers ill bear me out in the assertion that I havemeUvery Thursday, Z 1st at Providence ; & Extra Apple Virg exlra Whfte W e-do. others. The alteolioa Planters bevpeculry eaQeJ :i1
vilest piece of doMaeaguelrtu! Lat ttr ULhouared theliolitical iheue Cross A blackvell's PieeolHly, to It is" '
presented itsefficiencjforDrthnage.
ufs
Ly.Leoo"; fully aud 1i I perfect, gwu4
rly. ti.J.
Saturday, September 2d at Alligator; \ Superior Fr Mustard :
.ich
history of tJ.e cuuDtI PATEt4 ,
; the ill
effect
y.
against ou eottoo
have other
C
as yet had no occasion to"dodge"and all the skulk- Preserved and plantation, .4.c
Let MondayilL, at White Springs ; Oauton Ginger, of the destructive rains of(he "
the above'extnet from the Sentioel Southrrn Date Mud .
of Tuesday 'ng las all Ucu ou lie other side of the question.4' .- Tuesday, 4' Sth; } at Jasper; HIGHEST Medal of World" Fair aud Gold Medal Fres-ri SOt:ja Crackers, Gravel, and other substances cVtiut ioior it.; It is .! ;
1st
taken from the
t\e bat as Albany Register, serve Leou's" positions were that the South derivedno Wcdcesday, 6th at Belleville Institute awarded for these good Ltmoct, and Brandy Peaches, adapted for Steamers, Matiies. Mines Water :ft. -1 ::
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to slww the reetko on the Whig naiad Jforth and theenn.erv&Uw.e benefit from the WAREHOUSE OF CO. 102 BROADWAY and 1 IVpp'jaud.Prnent, Works for : :"1
passage of the Nebraska Bill, that Thursday, 7th, at Madison large cities and all. j-ituation lyqnlriuf; *.1 r
tendeooie there, u w eu M to 11110W t ; STREET where be found No. i Soap, Drop Shot Scou"b 15d. powerful Sire '
PINE mamifacf
to hat Bill revived the may ;' pumps. ured of frottn 25 t* sV- :
slavery agitation and that If .t
the course Saturday, tth) at Mout.icello ALSO Bushels Western{Jorn
Southern Vbig the eC ; --800 .
necesiity eootinuiog Goods in Great Variety I0O,000gaUous minnte eapmitv.Crnll and b*
fclloweLip of the democratic Cntta Perch per U;ti
; party with reference to it was in vio Tuesday, 12th, at 25 do. Wheat Bran.J satufied 'WurelKraM
vhere there are audi leodsnciesto union. Xow lation Newport; Goods in the of these tact*, at &. dffie wd *f n:t5.
the exposition *Web this eame paper quoted for of their Baltimore platform. Which of these Thursday, 14th, at Tallahawce; Far superior to any other Water desirable Proof articles for Export me 17.J M4.24 HQD&K1SS '; SCOTT. Union Power Company of U. S., }, S3. Brcadway. ;; f"
by the hJowts Las been dodged Have I market compridinj many New rk-removed from No. 24,nearly '
Sentkel gtros ol true whig orthodoxy: not provedthat Satunlay, 16th, at Quiney ; and Country Trade eon titlg in part of Coats Cloaks, Notice oppok t ; 'E -"
mo4iteuoeluivehy lby 27. 1854. Sto 21.
Believing as we Je in the wisdom and patriotism baa neither of the charges preferred Monday, a 18th, at CbatUhoochie ; IWhe, Overall Leggins, Cap, Souwesters, Camp IS hereby given in aecordance'With'th Constitution .'1" "

% of tbe Whig creed the soundness of Whig priixaples any undat0 in truth | If not .. Leoo" ba Tuesday, Ie 19th, at Mnr anon; Blankets Horse Covers Carriage Cloths. Piano Covcrs. ;- f this State, that at the next session of the General Copartnership Notice. f .

; and the value of the Whig party, we ore entirely ol)- Certainly negated to point out wherein the failure Thursday, 21st at CampUltou Fire Buckets, Travelling R:, Surgical Articles, Assembly application will fee made for a Charter Hud s&ued have tbls day entered into* ( ) ...
Jiel. True, in the ; Packing and hundreds of other articles. to be the T
06ed to seeing it dishaMdedV Senjnel If the 8UI he does Steam to Incorporate a Company styled Georgia partuenhmIn tEe '
I shallow make Friday, 2id! at Vernon; free from unpleasant odot, Gulf Railroad
a fffort t abOW These goods are very ad Compurj.
Vow,sir, tbeee aPe veritable extracts from the article was not lWuulW that the Missouri restriction Saturday, 2Sd, at Bear's Bluff; tenacious pliable and elasctw.t injured by fjitty BUO- August 6, 18M. 3m :31Adinlmstratrix's WHOLESALE.} ANp _RETAIL' f

quoted fcy yoa to sbow the reaction of yunr party I Ly the Oomprorniee of o-but it Monday, 25th, at Euchecanna; stance unlike India Rubber. WILL .NOT DECOMPOSE ---- :DRw'GaU h. i .
is 80 weak a. scarcely to Wednesday, 27th, at Yellow llivcr STICKY CHEAPER !
merit are Notice.
North, and the reason wby the separation should not If hat a notice at my Mudl Friday, 29th, at Milton ; AND BECOME other Gutta; rercha made *YETiEE Tirtt yjMK ASt) BTYUC orBXk'NARD ., 1:;:: .
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| Jid from -
jet oacur. Will it be believed by the Florid Whigs compromise D rect guiz.e the noo-int. Saturday, II. 30th at Pensacobt and different any aid 4 LL persons brnng'dt'ttlands against the estate of & MFWtLL.They .' t :!
I VAotion .nrincinle.. will-,-- 'T""S_ __L. in this country or Earope, Ii. William S. Forehand late of Leon County. deceased -
***** *** article-should be quoted by yon u evi. with the manner in which it IU&&CI nl AOJua.iated Warranted to-Stand all dilutes.CERTIFICATES will take notice that t they must present them will be pb." to .'tbefr 4end's .i if't '

**** *f"action *nd offered as a rcaaon why they slavery agitation f Will be propo.ed t.o settle the A Sure Reliance.So from who have tested to the undersigned, administratrix of said estate, duly sad patroM' at tIM old rt d.of&B _. I il.

bould *ot! Mperatei Yet such to be tile inform ue what the Editor So certain the effects of Dr. persons of the authenticated as the law directs or'this notice wiU be Jr_ si( of &e Mortar voroar fIf Kuan .. *"io.-.l ,
appears of the Sentinel : are JCLane'J Liver be seen at the Store Company. .. .
in the '
goods
his may aod
means hut CMntoo !
vtrMto where*
fact issue will
Bat- by plead in bar oT then ,and all indebted ey keep II
speaking of 1'ills in cases of disordered Liver, that recovery persons ..
your -for flu they
authority, (the LiterePl are re TERMS LIBERAL. fulind of arttein I
the bills notified make immediate a gUIItIrtInea& ffwiainnf *
Ineunrea or" compromise as the peace measures of gaMed tbe specific fur that to said estate are hereby to ; : .1
complicated
\).-' mg the Missouri reltrioti.n and Webster, which contemplate a final Clay diaeaM kuown as Hepatic. The patient*claw medicine of '. Dealers are invited to examine these good before payment to 'the undersigned or Jesse M.Robertson, to their line of IxiBiaeM Mad taHntl tin paUaaayt o( .b :( .
Do\e settlement a .1'
of
South theirfHeads and the rwMgFcbrnary .i
: SARAH FOREHAND Adm'trotrit. : :.
r
not t.o bhtme. There at baud which he elsewhere. oar Agent.
are K1 the the slavery agitation by assuming to establish upon can always rely. All purchasing BARNARD. J -
.lnf .
a JESSE M. ROBERTSON
prin !t1'
at&- that is is short notice. Agent.
thousands and ,bundre&. 0 necessary to purchase and use Dr. M'Lane's Orders executed to any amount on
or good WIl.J rifle common to all Territory, and to operate in all Liver Pills, to secure a restoration to health Head CAJJWQtyT11*** imitations, made of Varnished _.:Aagust: 6, ISO!. 8w 31 G. TROUP MAXWELL : r d. /
1).good DezuflCl'aa Loo. ctueiT What the this offered in tbe market 1.J)1SM.( ) I !:.
.bo gate 00 aanchoo to t1te future was principle "a.-ulUed : India Rubber, are already being ,
in
to the ,excited ,e14tte lr n\rity lllhiuh. 1"e8 r18e to be established" by them, pray f By that WJLKIXS TOWNSHIP, Allegheny Co, Ala.J. Therefore'purehaaen should bear in mind Aat all en- ,700 Acres first rate Land for Sale. Good*, ii ;
the 1X'1lt ar t.,, eompromile with ,be trade mark of the f| MIE Subscriber offers for sale his Plantation lying Cheap -
.";uttIL"a ot the the Territories of Utah and New Mexico were Kino A Co.-Please let me have two Boxe more uiue Com foods ny.., are stamped WILLIAM RIDER. .L ten and a half miles north of TalLthaaaee. There TifS SobseriWt .t.mv"t'!t .f

& u a portion of the Southern organized and if any principle designed to "operate of Dr. M'Lane's Liver l'jUII. My wife has used two Aug. 8/54. B 1 6m. Pres'L N. A. G. P. Co. are in the tract seven hundred acres of as good land a.srtmf .t in tJair 1 I p,4 I
Wb. .Lo ; boxes of the Doctor's Pilli. aud I mb boabeM aa BaWt U ,
in the State
dJ assure they be found -SOU cleared and the "- .
you all can
to
DOt tauet ion Uus great measusnd oC Soulhau deliurllDCe I in alliuture'oaea". was established, it must have been have done her more good than my family plyicial "Dissolution ofo-rarticrship. I balance in wood. Oa the premuea are a good Dwelling dispose of this preMnt stock of Oooda 11Ht Stock 1 t1C t

safety; and perbope the democratic traitor I ItIy done in th. bills forming them into Territories. As ]I baa for two years Junng which time be was iu regular house. Gin Honse and Screw with negro cabin coojuU of a .MppIjT of Watebeaottioo e.Jq : .!, '
tH
ton so laleljr applauded by Governor showed last week these Territories, lying as they did attendance. These Iwo boxes I think will effect a THE corpartnerrfiip heretofore existing between The aud all other out buildings. To a good purchaser.this Jewalry. Faaej Oooda, CI, P1&t ?'t! ,
Drown k cure. T igned, the firm of Long & Savage,is this and otbej -t
JAMES as .
ODe of'the manl mostly North of SC 30,and bving as sub JONES. i is a rare opportunity. Terms made easy. Address War. nnmeron* f
-ho .ljfu.aod.of Southern Dt..wu cousequenee For sale at all tbe Drug Stores in Tallahatscc aud day bolved bg mutual cooseut. me through the Tallahassee Post Office or see me ou tberos lves tw Mil to Galla ..rtiolqG": ,
arc m odi L.gb. [nor with Jour auUloril j jwttothcMitsouri restrict wo,were on powered 'to coma .at one Agency in every Town in the South. )t. A. LONG.J. : the rrm c.. J. ELiOT..hiucl0lSM duood prices.AprU .
) into the Union w1h; without I". K. SAVAGE. IS. 184t .
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j or xlircry/ ai they August b 1854. 31 2w 31 :.,' I : .
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b HUDSON'S : :E : Axis. j ATTENTION LADIES. BAKER & McIVEIt;

.1CAL XTRM11iIIf OF TALLAUASEE, FLORIDA, 1 11EssRs BETTON & WIIITAKER ask ITC to ATTORNEYs ATLW
lvi rail your attention to the elegant assortment of TALLAHASSEE QUINty
Retail Dealer in
2g Wholesale and Goods, received per H'acmo," and adapted to your -'%TILL protic. in the MiddI and Wtua FLORriA,

DRUGS AND MEBICINES. sole use. ofFlorida, and in the Countz ( Decat.t'i cr

Thomas, Oa.

___ ? E and cviuiucuie l lr CoLe.Culds,crtp. P nrrttav, Dyestuff, Surgical In. tnmrnts, Edgings and Insertings. IIOLLINO BACr.fl, .L.
Vl-'A'r SnutT, Window G1iss.f Paints, N.
Spice
__ : C.'Uuiipik> of the Lung, Spitting nliilood. Cft Ed'ogs A Inb'ngi. Maltese Edgings, Talhas'e. ,

- ; Bronchitis, Hoopiug Cough, and all PulmouoryAtfectious. .. aud OiU,(Varnishes Jluss Ware, ,Putty Patent Manufactured Medicines.Tobacco, SWISS Valenciue January 7. 18St. _,

Rtal l "
Fine Soaps Fine Tooth, Pure Wines and Brandiop Smyrna" Just Keoeived.

;i& ..': CHERRY AND LUNG WORT, and Hair Krushes} for Mwlisiual purinists, Saxony "" "I' Smyrna Floun-jicjs.- FROM New York and New Orleani.

; : po Tilt CVKC OF Paint Bru.-hes, Fancy Articles, Blonde Java Coffee, Sardine
: r. A LOVELY YOUNG LADY CURED OF Garden Seeds, Fine Havana Segars. 15 Sucks Rio Coffee, 3 Tierce
! s 3 C IT2U
$ 1ih'.K ; Coughs, Colds, Hoarsness, Spitting CONSUMPTION... He has! recently reeeirrd pcf brigs Abai5 twyer anti White Goods. Boxes Xo l.Soep. 10 BUs.il*i. Pork *

<".vit' '>i "l : of Blood, Night Sweats, Asthma, The following is fri>m the pen of Wm. II. Levisoa.Erq Montiuk, a Laze and P'resft itvpply of every variety JACONET Cambrics, Swiss Muslins 1 0 M choice Sfars. 100 Sack* Wjj '

sJfe LIver Complaints and : the dUtuigiuVbed editor of the U. S. Military Mid of articles usuallv kept by druggists. Planters arid Book 30 Boxe. M. R. Enema. 2 BId Learj
** > < 26 1850 Physicians will always find ut thin establishment a full! Striped Nainsook 4 BbU. Phelps Gin. 2
I-1.*] sq val Ar- under date New York,January ,
? \H i"j ; CONSUMPTION.DEATH Wha! could be more couclusiv. supply of every thing needed, and on the most liberal Fi-f'dCol'd( Curtain 4 do N.I:.White Rom, I Cuk C1ajfi

H$: DR. JOHN ECLL. terms. Lineu Bishop's Lawn. 4 d- Old Family WLis2 cl, Bro'p Sugar
vRii \ ourselves to "
S can be and lias been prevented iu tlioi It is seldom we permit occupy a Orders from the Country promptly filled and satisfaction key; EbTttN.O.s j1

: cn es by thi nature', vim rnn.i<- nlacc in U c e columns to speak in praise of any article SOMKT1IINONEW guaranteed with regard lioth to ;in-ices and Mourning Goods. 4 this Er. Winchester 2 4
iu the n ineiliciue way ; but\\hen we sec the life VALUABLE. -
pit. AND
; .TUD80.VS CHEMICAL KXTHACTOF CHKUHY quality. Physicians' prescriptions caretully com- Whiskey, 20 &xaToi.
of a fellow creature saved by the u-c of any medicine H.'K all wool de Laines, Black Satin, bbU. Granulated ,,,
AND LUcO\VOtTiI.-The medicine unlike ) 4 and Caui'a
most TlI.n.nRt powerful Kinfr on the fir* of the globr nnw > Cloves
of the patent remedies of the day is the result <>f th( whatever, we consider it n our right, if not our duty, rcitcnx iiiir<*Mi
f tk r s: -* careful ttvdy and (xpeiimcnlivf Peieiitific and rptiitnced M give 11 simple htntcmenl of facts, that others may the rrowiifJ hr.t.l of Kurppp. .Irik! into tnrlguifloaictnlmn TtACT OF nuciiir.( Fig'd Silk., French 6 doz. Claret Wine, Citron Pepper
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like hi* beuefilted. The case which bus in- vouui.arv.i] | to tliat rt'onr Anifrlran Kinif. Watered do English
manner
l Sf Phyxicia'i The two piiucipal iiigreJieiitr in li.pu.utui Icings rtnpliy the wu.r ti-Hlvtl in tlirnl to December 241 853._ 61 2 bhls. Lard Oil, Smyrna and Maaa!
lueed this article that of ] | Plain do M'umg Sleeves it Collars. Fig.
to was a ludyf
bave long been known and c-l] WILD CHERRY HARK.- When this strength ol .> our acquaintance who, by frequent exposure to the to grcatrr lui. TV auJ Jvr Jajion. the |>u<>r aii'l >ii>|<*ndPUt. Class, Oils, White Lead, &c. ibUaB.'lognaSaussge., .4
Anicrirna Rinic uu. forth wiih l vtiiittfIIPR Sperm and Star CanJll
Our ctuiuI
air contracted cold which settled the lungs ; | Handkerchiefs.
llSi this is projxrly ejctrarttJla tbo bent medicine known iiight a ou to tin*lordly iiimr>imi iui.l huuibl eubi,,. rily nJk 1 BOXES Window Chus, astlrted aizes, Ilermtticaljy sealed LobLoddoo Porter, "
for curing the worst Cough* an l other Pulmomiry di before its ravages could bo stayed. (This occurred to a.2tuinit.r -iicf stud tnufli-r )lienlth nud liij'l'iucjii' to JLJ\J lou kegs White Lead, pure,extru Ji No., T AD1ES Enib'd IFttkf. Ladies Hem Sfd inVkfc.C'bric st r9. Clams, Halibut Assorted Pickle!
and two years ago this wintei.) Various remedies' were the 1.riy nu.l luwly, the rich uuJ the pour. 5 barrels Limced Oil I. Bordered "
, ; .a es, it loosens the phlegm enables the sufferer to -U Tape and Oysters, English! Walnut/
( '.i-'L ; t : *' expectorate easily) and alone will cure the worst cold used, but with very little effect or benefit The cough DR. JOHN BUI-.I-'S 6 Lanl Oil, 2 hUla Beef Tongues, Brazil Nut,. '

!t.- 4* **. vr oough, which if ne&cctcdalw8y5 leads to Couetmiption. grew worse, with copious expectoration) ,and the f unkeu 20 Ke>;a Zinc Puint, Collars &. Sleeves. 2 do Fulton Market Soft Shell Almondi

eye ail pale, hollow cheek told plainly th..! pulmmiary IIE1 miM KII OF O Fill I !! 2d packages..m Fire-j.r.K.f,* *>!*Paint_,..(bbls.and i bbls.) ) Collars' Embroidered Sleeves, Beef Pilbert,

LITNOWORTH. i* a plant the virtues of disease was doing us worst on her delicate Is the Trsrn \VOSDK or rnit WOKL). rij lh<- jfrMtwitHiui 1 parreis iwcumii \> I hale 1)tI, I ** Lace ** Pickled Salrnn, Walnut Catsup
' T-hicli are known to but few, it lias been aid by the frame. The family pb/triciuu was consulted, mid nlihough -,' ; ever ..II>reii t. nlKun J humanity; to llie*aC r- 2 Train Oil 1 bhl. Copal VarniJi, Mourning of Sleeves & Collars. Smoked Salmon, Tomatto ,
.5. ; ;, : tn I ,: : $ proidod had the yet be would give no en- : Vim have only to IMP thU luaiciral rrnimlf. All nir'llhi Su"V and Bat!
i really consumption( ortnieut of Colors Brushesand *
other Painters'
.% c \ a remedy for n4i and every li eise: mid the tlni-m wliimiill .uT.T( aii'l will not accept the jiruHervdUnliu. 30 & Northern Crackers,
crisis Silks cetera.
this her mother et
c luragemeut as to a cure. At the of their f iuiilei.TliU material 1). 11. AMES. ,
: :. ; coveries tliatare daily made, go to prove itstrutli.Lungtcorth JvM-rte not | iry Flour, Dried
1 ? ;t.. ..4. it Joullfnts the leinultJttignrJ fittin- was perjivndcii to make u-o of a bottle of Dr. Rogers'Compound wou'lurful uiflirinv, during; tlie brief iiol finceItl D.f ember 24. 1853. 51 1 LACE Silks. White Sntms, 30 BhN.! St. Louie and Pried Apples,
;.. t a of Liverwort and Tar and we aie iiitruilurtioii, lotS rnrrii'il )lmi lure for Consumjaion. Its Iicaling projx-rties are Syrup *. ninl umJ- life a rli..rui to nmnv uln> heretofore U MarcdJJiie Silks, Black Ohio Flour Nail?*. Candle Wick
Iwppv to stat that *-lie was ]perfectly cured in less anti iuirabl' rxit"iiraTo Wines, Syrups, &c. Florence Liesnce ,
truly woncUiful, and the rapidity with wlneli it cures; ri'iirJ; U only ai a ptiiiful < Crape 10 Lbls. Rectified Whis- Pocket Knives
(tililli three nionthi, by this ineilieine alone, after even the tuid i UU ll Ijniuifiits, Kuihrfx-ntioiu). I'ninKillrr Otard Fresh Dates Bl'k Fig'd TarletoL asM Col's.
the worst cases of Ulcerated Lungs, soothing and *ub OLD Brandy, key, Children
Kxtrartdri, nnd let million f Sbris.
Mi-1 1'aiii < glad:
. :, It i is u.-eless comment on micha >
: : all imtation almost is !hope was destroyed. Port, Claret, BVkVat'tl White silk Illueion, 4 Ciwfcs Bacon
iluing immediately, proof of tongue |>r flniiu (the invriu of tie grrnt Ann-noun Skies, A tmall lot of ir Good
will roach where r
.1jfh iU aaaptation to thin disease. These two HI tides com cae as thi*, for the simple truth King ut Tain," u preparation coinpohcd xulely of v rjClablrit Madfira,, Old Pc-rt Juice, Bmcado Bl'k 2 do do Hams,

; 'I liriiwlk other purrly vtgcfaMr ingredients, form a policed fiction never can. lfitay doubt the authenticity bflItItuttI.ami 'rootii uji., {iruiluccil bjr America' own ricU autlVe Sherry, Sparkling Cider, White Wat'd" Blonde Nett. All of wttch win be sold as low M abyothirHoWin

t : meuicino that i is certain cure the vort i t ca-si-sof Consumption of this statement, let them call at this office.- \ .oul.i la.-k the I.AIHU. who are alwnyijajjjf cnmp.tvnt London Porter, Scotch Ale, the city, fur the Cn h.

if taken belore the ulferer U entirely U. .V. Militai a and.\acal Argus, Xo 1'J, Chatham of uhnt in and what U not *valaaMr fannly IM .li- Brandy Peaches, Brandy Cherries, Ribbons & Trimmings. let door South of the store of O. A J. Megioniwnl.
pros Iiiu
l JV. } cine, to do us a rMM'iikl| futor by ifiviu the Kinx<'l
aI' trated. Do not be discourageJ.a trial can do nolmrm. r. I kiri lu trial. unJ if atiefartory. rxi-rt their lutlurnre Rasj-berry Syrup, Sardine, & Sail. Rib'ns. Black Silk Fringes, adjoining the store of S.S.Knight.
4 a but will cotivince the mokt nceplical 'fits real xvoitli. TESTIMONIES OF THE N. Y. PRESS. in tt< behalf ivfoniniend it. |* k well and l-ftrn of It, Strawberry Fresh Lobster, BONNET( ,t Satin Zephyr Worsted, Will also sell at Auction property desired tots

'tt THOUSANDS OF CONSUilPTIVK PERSONS From the N. Y. Courier, Aug. SO, 1868. aud .tv that aieasch&iitblw.aud l it i< UMby their alllicifl wlim they uri liburi.iu.lncc lluirKuilHrlH The Lemon Shad. Velvet. ('ap t Bell WonM-d Bindings. sold, when called upon, either in town or country.....

: : bave beeu deceived reix-atedly in buying medicine Da. Routii's Synrr OF LIVERWORT AKH TAR.-We Ladu-H itre? frii-mlt to UM tlil< really vitlualiK iiH-.lii'H", (linger Salmon, Silk Urairh wirted, White it Cold Bobbin, Sale days Mondays and Saturda',.

xvliich were said to be in fall ill f cures, but which \\ia\e have beard of several impoitant cures recently effected they will be duinj an art of bt.tivt.ltuicu. that tlw; fan Pine Apple ** Clams, \\ hite bilk Fringes, Snako Cord di Tapes. JOHN JL RHODES
: well bo proud: <>f Thii U a po erfui aud truly ogicl&t>; Ciauva Preserved (iuinces Auctioneer and
Commiuion
Jelly ,
proved only pallitives, but tlii* medicine is not only and in one Jlefc/iant
.S. by tb'u excellent medicinal prepaiation, rwedy f,r all <*xtrrn I di.eaM.C, Koreii nvtrlliu; t burn' "
. .. pallitivo but a cure fur ulceiafal lungs. It contains instance that came under our observation, we can tc., and for many juut.-rat alUictiutu,i: i is a I-ITUUII cure, Currant do.Siwrkling Peaches, Gloves Ac Mitts. A prill 5. 1854. 15
a u<> delctcroui Drugs aud one trial will prove its aston Ouc of our employee, who bad )vt it U pcrlt-uily liarinldi., and in<*Hpablv nf prolu-ni* Gelatine, Tamarinds, -
; speak confidently. the leant injurious flluota iu tho luoit d-lica'.f ca.M:> u( Extracts ADIr asd'd and colored KM Gloves, Notice.IX .
.S a Flavoring Spires ft its
f better than ertiou certificates ,
ishing efficacy an v an>> or standing cold during the
uufTered from a long tti-akt-nt ron.-ititutiou. it "
severely the Silk
;t. .4 .i:, b in curing Consumption and all dUcabits of the Lungs past week commenced the use of this ai tick, and hi- It if rntirely uli' < to follow tbs olal 1 and worn-out Yea it Powders, Pickle 'vl'lr d Beaver S months after date, :I shall present my final I4ount

. .' 4 I and Liver, such &* Sf>ittii<(i of blood, Cvughs, pain in cold has entirely disappeared. tjfttem tit puliliKhiii; to th* pulilic thoii>aii>U of crrutlcnti4 Corn Starch, Salad Oil, Cashmere ** and vouchers to the Honorable Judge of Pro
.,# the tide awJc/i nijhtweutit, ttt". cLr. i/f wuultTH lctorllI.1 by iliia ui .li.-ino. It euitlbitt Olives, Capers, bate Jefferson County, as executor c.f Paul Ulr'late
A. lia' to it 111,1 I Iir. huh .t.ti"l hid "
M < tjy itltts
From the N. Y. Mirror, Sop. 2, 1 50. tnu.iityliO Buck Gau ,
Woiecsfer-htre Sauce Cocoa. "f said deceased and
County ask for
'aIion.-To protect our own as well as the Consumptive wull-eirue'l r..Iulttatil.t. on tlie King of I'aiu doin,;all hid a dmrniMJou
,. .. $ sufferers, we are obliged 10 caution all txi tiud LtvruwoKT: AND TAR.-Of the virtues of Dr.) Rog- Oiiir Ihtii !,. cUnni for iuWe Knglih Mui-tard, D.:l II. AMES. Bl'k Silk Mitt" and discharge as such executor. JOHN ULMER.
- ,( ( the above articles wouid &-k. hi St? 3011, (I.e !lh um tii medicine torn 18f ri County. ,
; : the signature of COMSTOCK & HllOTHKllon the eis'couirh j repnred) 2 I. >X 4,1854. 6 .
; : then lure not i>ivi>ant ccinip.inioiK. ai\J' ic kuuo tu.it October 29.1RSS.; 43 ---
44.I .: < rapi>er, without this it is wi'ithlcss couutafcit. A'iincmbcr il. net1lcxs now to *|H-ak ; its efli hcy in sjiee-ljly you would lile t'J i drnc tiicm iiuaj uo i'Juu; oj I-VM 'V, Just Received !1.! Kerainglon Manufactured obacco
and other which) per ,
cold*, lungcomplaints,
coughs
tLis.CARLTOX'S. curing theu use
,;. too fiiijuentlv result in consumption M to well esUibliJied nCU/3 KING OF I'AIX." supply ..f DRUCS and MEDICINES, AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO. JUST RECEIVING a further stock of son Z09
t LINIMENT AF11KSH assorted Manufactured
FOR THE PILES ic.It Tobacco
' in public confldeuce, to need eulogy now. Vould you be cured aluiu.t imnwdia't-ly Dow l OiN,_Dye-Stn.T>. te, lIE undrrs riiL Agent of the above Company at loww
'- i-: p ..- isuv< used in the |irin<*ipal )hospitals: and in the Complkint, I .>iulerySuiiiiinr Complaint, t-a.il-ra Jlorbuit -ALSO- T will receive for stud Biake insurance prices than it Qua be bought in any of the I Targ. ant-
' :. ofour immense From the N. Y. Despatch, Aug. t 25, I Soft.We '. Tu otiivr Ghs applk-ations kets North. Traders will do well'to
ili
-t; private practice country by an mini I'ritiuu Colic, hicliLl Achv or any !IOH* Fire Brick and Frame Buildings examine(ample*
l>or iuJividuaU and families, first and nu>ft ceitaiuly have heretofore taken occn()i<'ii 1o givp our t<-stimoiiy cr l>aiu, the reuieJy !I. miupie aud the cure vert.aiu. 500 Ounces Sulphate ofQuinino. Fur Hgainnt by on before ordering their Spring stock Will fornfd
Merchandize} tc.
I r,: 1.'. fur the cure of the PILES, vial' il-o exttnsively! iu f.ivorf the curative propel ties of Dr. l Rogci l/'SK 1I1K GKKAT KING OF PAIN. Uranil. D. H. AMES. Furniture, 2y Ig53. 4 B. C. LEWIS. samples, with prices attached to any faiixgit. A
,
mil efTt'CtuidJy: us tobalMe credulity unions \\lurc its ('tinipuntl Syiup of Liverwort and Tar. ami VTou'.l yen have jour S'.ri", Surllins, ('UK. llurns, April 22, 1S51. 16 January credit to 1st ol April will be gi en where taj qwa-

1r: ,.a' ,i :' t'f.'ts! \vhiiesseJ Extctnally ii the f lowiii' ci'in-' would lure repeat the advice already gvcII, f.-r all 9cil. LAW)

? ,. plaints:-7)r y>SierUlfig! J/i'ttinatim, Artite or personsho are iiffioted with C"iiu iipti.'ii. or nny ftlu UMI the FRESH GARDEN SEEDS, Newport, January !1, 1854. 8
'VOICAI. KIXO OF I'VI.V.Wouid
4, j ; .', ( J4r.jkgitii.iinhiiie'di71c easi'Sre, l'/roa flilcei, ircmonitoiy pymj-tonis, to uaku a trial of Dr. SPRIjMi AND SIMMER GOODS.Hnil&KIIST .
'. ** ] 6.J.T Juii.t, ? rTlirott LS.'S}.
! \ a *, jou bus carodof po il Head: > GUOWTII OF PROTECTION>SJRANCE( COMPANY
Kttrnt kc. Sung and
r. : : /7crr Whothir Rogeis' |)repaiation.t N'-.ir.ti,;!t, Z'ure l>rv -) l.uiuv i..j. 'la'tT"' li.nZtorm.
IWt Ac.
A ilat!
. ui.t,1i or of l.wi. !* ftnn'.iiir! Ktiil fever s-ires' It* opeiaupin 5'" The l gc'iuiue i is tinned Asrnrw Iioi.I.! ; i on the \ S'att ihaiii, Ilivi of J'.Mnuu* I liat-eti. OhtpprlII RUT TVtga, l'.nnipCablamge. }\it would respectfully call the HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT

.1IJ. tin a< u1ts and children ia reducing' iheumatic steel plate engrave.l wrapper aiouuJ cicL bottle, anJia H. tiii.l ml otht-r r,ors. rititiir dy or l u&ai". lii .- D.l.tc.lhix.r LAM KS.
..i .. ;: 4.._ welling; and looMtiing coughs mid tightness <>f the j: sold v.huletile! and retail bvSCO'VIL Bay sti, auj aj-na, OI.at utMti/V i hi Lc. JCuU '! I. IS. 51 tt-ri.-ivc anii tastet'i.1 assortment of Snriu!' and Su'Goods lIE undersigned, Agfmt of the above Companf-

r :a.4 diet l tv* relUiitionof; the part, hu been surprizng tt t: MEAD, } lG O : Metallic Burial Cases. which they arc now opeiuuj. Consisting in T i is prepared to take risks against Fire w build*

'1.; ' boyonl' 1 cwfytion.! The cu'itmoa reujuik of 115 1 I (len t 1CM .t.t New Os leans. 'rlVItt you i.e run-d <.>f Kine'ii Ktil.cau-ri r.nner.iuptiuiid Tuner.iiaJa-e. par: ifunto ir.::s and their contents on the most favorable terms
l.j
(: .' < wmht i h the J'llit i U "It liLc tnboiu all orJvrs&n : ur any ili-.aa. of tie : iu ( Black & Colored Sack t Frock Coats;
ev : \vic) Las acts a Sole general nsrents for the .States L.-x.J. tLeu u-tf l IC Johu Hill. ii.->ipiri.iia- -rually, : Alpacca < F. H. FLAGO Agent

.4, .-., -c % It is HMT; .ititfJti* ].loii: = .' any |>ersrin that will try it. ) 1 aj>]ilic.iti''us for j-gc-ua-.s jr.u-t be adtlichie1.S. buJ U.c liiitf <.{ Tain ex'rrnaiiy, iiotbiuj caa bu luuracurlaiu {ATo-r og i y i S. 4$ is Lustre 4 iti. Tiillaliasoee.November 5, 1853. 44
CavtiiM. it'utilen the fac .. l'arnir l t taxwell. tiitu a cj.cuJy uiitl ctivc.uai ..urc.DR. f* *3 S: zZ&L& Co.-hmtrttte "
t. r I -Xe\erbuy yculinl M I a't.o bv I D. 11.1 A Hi'1*. :
l\ .AteJ iit.Tfttttt& Bank of
;: ., ; ..- fchiillo si i-iture of Couistoek A Uivthur, pjvprkt<>ifc N.vl A- Co., Ta'.lataccV.. R.-g.-i* .t Son,.. Ohti.-: JOHN ULL'S At>. : 5. It DrapD'Etc Charleston.A .

:. vip the v.TapjJfcr. 1 oocec; (. co. P. I I'.iltzdl, Mar'uiiLa ; Jo.-Jan A I) ivi.J % I'ItINCII'AL O F'ltl:, r ii : LIl'ItrsiAel IsIe.s ca.iutarity on banal '-an- Merino it it GENCYat New Port. Florida.

r ?' .. DEArNE.iS.* Dr. LAR/.ETTd ACOUSTIC kjn, Ijjiucy; A. II. Wilaoi., Ntwjwit; Sau.uvl 1'u- Yinii CftOul lKlA.r, O>E booa fctLuW M*1W, -L ousv; -< of the Patent M
tS. %!. '. OIL, f
.S. ..i .: : nuiftea, li'c the Ijuzxinir
v T .. water, "hii.z in of vteain, which are symptoms of BAKER months
'' ; apoacLiig S. W. our Till UXITCDblATl Sack it after date, tie undersigned adminifca-
CLambra SIX
S.t r11'V: I : dealuess. Person who have Ix-eu deaf fur April 5th.MEsflii. of the estate of John C. Raw!Is deceased
II ,fat*
ATTORNEY AT LAW I D.) H. AMES Tallahassee. Kremlin
and were kubjc-ct to use ear Ajjcnt FfSX AND R\YJONP,
twenty years trumpet, of Gadsden County will her final lad
Si present aecotot
.:: ,..L.k; Lave after IIHIII nc buttle. b.u made well.TO MONTICELLO, JUJTERaUN COUNTY FLA. April 29, 183 i. 17 fim (!i.>rLLM i.N : -\Ve v.itiiied the ttility of yonr or- *" Bn.-a"n FairvCi'ichrim( W Cnl'd Linen vouchers to the JinLje of Probats of said County,taJ

;' OWNERS 01' AND DEALERS) IX HORSES. March IS 1S1J. IIMUl. n.i'nntil! PrfMit J'-t.iliie Burial C&sr." uod to e'>uy hite.fr a&k to be discharged. ELIZABETH KAWI4
. ; 4l; S Fuundrr Oitttmftit) .- thtrtiniiis t-f tl.e late Ifoti. Johii C. Calhor.n tr White and! Butf Marseille Vests,
-Carltvn fur the euro of NEW COTTON GIN. v : : March H. 1854. 11 6m Af>mrn trttrix
4j ;,4 }' under. Split'lloof, llnof bouu J Horses, and Contracted \VIIITAKER, the C'.murcs-iuirttI; Cemetery, which impressed u- with and! tiucj: coidVeltiog" .'

arid Feverish Feet, Woi'n-ls, I5ruii-i. 111 the Fle.h RESIDENT PHYSICIAN llibill-:f that it i-t tinIx--t articfe known to us furtr.mjoiting Brown Linen FASHIONABLE SPRING &. SUMMED

i-V: Galled D.tcks: Orucke-J heels, ijciutchert, Cuts, Kicks NPAV: PATENT STKF.L TOOTH CVL1NDKR tJ.e dead: to their final resiing-j'bce. L'lAck Drop IVEto Putts, CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES.I .
TALLAHASSEE FLA. I. Ii .4 "
** : I (J IXhose. failure has been Elattxe
vC-- Ac. oa hordes. rejx'itcj.imvli With tespect we biibreiiliv our elvi-s, \ours. itc., AM
hU profetHnal btrif the C ttou \\ St.ttis, I je tllll alive Merino I. now receiving an wxteneive assortment oUlotLs.
< D.uw
JeJf.
Caulion.-A1l of the above named ai tides are tuldvnttr OFFERS gro lug 11. CLy, D. R. Atchi-.n, d'Ete
'V Cussinierf Veetiuc
sV-.fe : and ieiiitv. Oflioe Crr d.l x>r Eai-t ltli'I] attic to run and duiiuj the 1.t has been (iueeu ,* Cloth Drap 'Whlttj
ittsfl W. R.
by Cosnstock & JJrother. 2 St I'M IT'S Place, dijeotly Lewis Ca", A. C. (;Sreene, King, Brown and Linens White and ihrseillep
t--.t// of Post Oliicc building iamiediatcly aJjoiiihig Dr. to that state of feet ion \ihich lersits White and fancy Linen Drill Pants, Fancy Figured -
jrorijht n-i
ii m rear of the Astor House, between linrrlay ] reu< I D. S. Dickinson, Dan. Wtbstcr Heiirj 1 Wge, all of which I to make bor!
am prepared
< l-v on
v- ,' and I'ietrytti, on<> d-mr from Ikotifhrf7New Y'rl!:. Nahh. -U"Cei.certain.! For flif-rt! MipK: its i.it i suporurityV J. M. Mason, J. M. lkrrieaV., P. Mangum. BIu! Miml Freneii Cottonade. untie*, m the most fashionable and np
: January 14, IBS L 2 ly the t-aw: (Jin i flriiii.fjly! : nt to md judw.l'hi ] Brown and Bleached Jean Drawers, styles en nusoca
toxrbom tf
: all orders must b. 'lret.-J. Also, by EDWARD appr.r i ; OcU.Wr 1, 153. 39 ble tenus. ALSOA
coiLs! ia ila lenvln the lint clear Limn B. som Shirts. Merino Undershirts, -
: ife- 15ARXARDy in 'l'a1Ltha.s..e who'is the stqierioiity; : ,
? A. PERRY AMAKER Leon County lion Works. GeuU faohiuiiuble Black bilk Ha.U LARGE AND WELL SKLBCTED STOCK OTR
Liici'n' aiid I di
; only wholesale dealer f>r Florida] nud will -upjly note ij'tn ntidj'nt fiwii >i > not cut, "
I :z.;: country fccrelmnt* nt the h.wcft pr'Ken. By Johnson W WJ !icalf. or ii: any way injtin- the tibrc, nt the SiltUt- TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.rpIHS ii 14 Drab Beaver ALY-r//tECLOTHINQj

t ._;.I ,.. AEppes, ilonticello, E. Seix ts, Thomatule, Ca, time ira1]'a!hug: t
p. : ; m and by one person iu c-Tcry town. TALLAHASSEE, FLA. \ is natural to the ita11e when psekcdbv Lzu.I, orders will be atteiide l to with !promptness, and I5. y* Black! .t fancy eoldVo'1 & Fur Koesuth Hats, Coats, Faucy Colored Frock and Sack Coats, Tvte1

October 15. 1853._ 41 Mnr21, IMS. ''y !nuking the lint from the Kiu.et .f .-. el"v.. ilhrcri i I all work done with! tiebtni's and! u: pnteh. fiifcuts fancy Pearl Hats, Sack, Drap d'Ete Frock, Sack and Business teats,

0 ._ JOHN B. GALBRAITH i to 1 1 euU her pound iioie: than v.htn tjiuueilon All khi'li of v..iksu'hi, it xtcam Work. Mill! Work, Fancy moods. Alpacca Sack and Business Coats, White, Brown sad

: lH; : FAIRBANKS'PLATFORM tho saw gill. Jin (;Icniiiig. Suar Mill, Circular Haw Machinery/ Ribbons of all qnaliti Bonnet, Cap White and Fancy Linen Coats. Black Drap d'Ete and Summer
;( ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, It cleans the Sea I land r ittri lioautiful. and will Caseimere Pants, White and linen Piute
: < Shaft Tug, Pullt-vu, Hungers, Plough Casting, Bro.vC'jiatiiigr Mluied Satin Ribbuus, Black, White aud Colored Fancy
;4.M SCALES, Tallahassee, Florida. irin fiiim SOU) to I luoo( |MiiiinN tier dav. nnd s< far a e iC4; als'\ Suic.ir Ktttlff, of any sir.m, ktpt Velvet RiblxMH. White and Fancy Marseilles Vests. Fancy and Pius
'.!auufacturiTS have tcsttil it, ll.e la.t is in uiurh Silk Vests, SLirts. CoNan Crarata. tTndertLirtJ.Drairi
C3 Office Up-btairs in the Capitol immediately u eon-tautly hand. All woik done in such an estab- Dress Goods ,
i. LOX KNowN-sEvEIuLv TIISTEI : better coud.tion f.rthc Mill than Radios Gloves &.. JOHN PRATOE1C3.rl .
.I -S. from other ers. Hosiery
any li&hmeiit will l i.e done )bin, with particular regard ,
adjoining ti! <> Senate: Chaml ; 0 >-ALWAYS KIUHT, THE AC- jin. to the sEp cngtb nud.!durability of the work. Plain and printed Embroidered Lawns, April8,1S4._IL
.5 -' KXOWI.UUUKU STAND A 111). D. p. HOLLAND, In X'.i th Carolina Me.'si Hattlii Sn i.f E.lec.nib! Cuiiipt.ti Yt'oikiucn always iu rvadiut to put .
up Black and 2d llotsrninjr.Plain. SKV-LItUT DAGUERRE1 GALLERY
: '4. Agents-New York,FAIRBANKS J: Co.$9 Water ATTORNEY AND I COUNSELLOR AT LAW, C..iity: jiiid Dr. U. J 1.. Hill, of \Va\i.e C tn.ty. uiidi ll'Liflt-e: tIC. Printed and Embroidered Organdies, *

.> February 25, ISM. 8 CmDA Quinry I'loriila i vcial ne strictly fur Black, WLite, and C.'loied Jaconet. OVER BAKXARD'S DRUG STOKE.TTIE .
,
!; n-awii aii'i aie highly jj'. as -.l!with: the result.In .- huMtiosn tiriu this subscribers La-
ca-h, ir awepN-d orders on come ill Black and 2d llournips and! Colored Bareges, respectfully announce to the
) vTTcTVTL s o N ''I,71LL practice in the Couit.s of the MMUe Cir- 'lV.\ii: iL- Xtw (Cm n hound to 3\\c<-i> clean. place. Liberal prices }paid fur old Iron, Copper aud Bl.u-k. Colored, and Embroidered Tissues, d!<*s and gentlemen of Tallahassee and yicuwty

.- and (,Jackson aiid Franklin C.uiitic.01'.lwr (;'aj t. Juhii DUIKMU of Matitjjorihi, w!..i ptin-lu od the Printed lht their tJallery j is open daily for the reception of
PL-tin and Uernamy
;iu the attention of his
rjtis JL turners pleasuie aud the public i calling to the choice and extcium cusS 1 1S2. -42 _tf_ fu>t t\\o iiiis i-oM' I in Tex.is, dndares! tlit if he had! IJrttAll letters j rut l.eaui.rossetl! ((1w.st[ pai.l) to Black and 2d Mourning and Colored Gioghams vuitvrs. SunJavs excepted. Miiuatuies taken of all

., assortment ofSPRING wiLLIAM SCOTT ec,-iu-d them ii: -tino to h.ive CinnM; his \\boleeruip}\ it J. M. SHINE e CO.Tallahassee! of qualities, sizt-3 and sty In of ihe art. Ladies and g ntlem are
:
\\ould have iritl; la a difference of from 'jvw to Soooliillarx [ Juvited to call and examine their cime.nt.
4 March 11. 1S51. 1'J' and Insertirurs ofall> descriptions, sDe
AND SUMMER GOODS, TiY IT UW in hi fjvor. Coloied Edging Parasols and! Pnrasolets, N.II Intrr.ctcns given ia the art, and all kinds aDaguerrtan

:.i, !..?1Iir' .f vhich he has just received by all the lecc-ut auiralit, MONTI CELLO, FLA. 'I he UJ; U'ij(; ll arC\S.!rantil to 1itck I Sot) poun'Iaif P. B. BROKAW'SLfVflY B! ifk and 2d 31ourumg Parasols and Parasolets.f materials fur sale.

..i,,. -: and ia DUW oi>euiug fur iu.cclh] >n. In tlie di pohal lint in 1'J hour. Thois inch CILS will do fr iu < KUHNS i BAILEY.

t.4' whereof, he pledges himself not to be unduTaold upon July .O. p53. SO tTjan_ 1> U to 11'0, 's jIlt l AHO{ SAIE STABLES, Glu\e Spring; > Capts.< ell rseptm Collarar.d! VUittcf, February 11, 1854". S ly

$ t the same terms, bynny house in this city. [>roper bjH'ed} unl ti> ruuai lnii, us a : aw (Jmaiil; TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA; Linen Cambric Hundkervl.icfs,
DR. JOHN P.TALLAHASSEE DU1AL
AIIVMI the above, may be fuuud u >cry rare and ill came t't! failure, with proper linage, they! w ill be made MONTICELLO HOTEL.
'
.t ;* choice btloctjon ofLadies FLORIDA.OKFlCi g.e..h. S a ii ii k ry closed bs Hole!,
? (1APT. NEWMAN haTJng
IlK! : would in- *
A Fine Dress Goods Price of 48 iueh Cm; SOO. For r.o inehiS'S.: To ,H1Kr7; fill Pii-priit.T \ I,i.lieV Saddles.: Velvet and Plush scat, subscriber and
: AT TILE CoUUT JluUfcL. Q ;I y fer 1 form his friends and ll.e. J 3TJ \ .L'-' and the having purdiased
oonsutiu iii J AI t of January 28, ISO 1. 4 lie deli vei td at the nearest depot < r lati
*w$ Brocade Silks, Bcragc Ilul es, Solid Col'd '[iiircha er, amla Man funiiihed to set the Gin ruunin' large Ihick Htnblos, at the it Cafh trial II Tcunessea
Spring and Summerc1ct1iiii TillS on ttu day* and known then the Bum?
4-4 Black Silk, r iud Figuicd aeeoinciiHlatc !hi* friends nnd euMomers.lie 44 by Mr. Goodbread. as
m'bfc Fancy Silks, llobes-White Flcu h There willl ije a stoe'k of these Gin* kept ill Tullahasbee !- silv! lia; attuchmi! tn ILlS StatUtes, n goo : ut the LSiick, Store reeentlv bvMessrs. 4. 41 Spanish -tl"l AlUl
?. Crape de Paris, Woiked oivupied Shop, tihcie he will have dom all kinds of he has converted the anal Dtmaing intO a .noiei, WP
at the well known etanu A. B K T. Taylor o
[i T'vfe y. Ieragesucw splendid Bcragc Delaines, NOW reviving, ol Pliiiitatioii woik, HornC felmeing, ami Carriage \>..ork.in and respectfully solicits a pnblk patronage.
-fr3.| styles. Figured Cballits, a fine assortment of Cins. the best uiuuuer and with and Bridles,Martiogalss. Riding, Buggy Carriage pains or expense will be spared V render those eomfcrt-
very promptness
t ? 'T.iwWv Solid O-'l'd Tan, Brown, Challey Beragcs, HEADY-MADE CLOTHING, All communicati'-n addressed to the Agent at T Jlahasj mhtsj untehi.Noetiilcr. Whips, Valises, Carpet Bags, Ac, Ac. able who may visit hw bons The well kncwr Is*'

Drabs, Steele, Green, Printed Lawn*, wiitalJe fur Spring and Summer wear, comprising iu >ee, will meet with prompt attention. 5, 1853. -11Wanted Haiti ware and Cutlery. Stables formerly kept by Capt.Newman,ar 'o

JfSlTrOj.. J'iuk, Blue,; Black and Tissues different styles the following article: JOHN M. WARDWKLL, AUKXT. Knives and! Forks,Pen and Pocket Knives Guns, nested st1' the Hotel. I. E. BLACKBUILV.Monticello. .

: White IVer.ges, Mu1ius of all kinds, ic, Lc. purl Shot Pouches. Powder Flanks and Game Bugs.Trunfc, December 2-1, 1853. *L -
ISiowu \Vbite.Navy Drill Frock & Sack Coats, P. S.-These Gins can be in ,
seen Short
,
'ft:: : $ ALSO, a full assortment ofLaeci Fancy and White Linen Drill do do do Cotton at the eornm-neemnet of the operation next wn Ginning 1 11fl IILY OR SALT HIDES for which the Bus.. Door and! Pad Locks,Ca=t Steel Spades and Shor- To THE PLANTERS OF FLORIDA.
and Enabroideriea, Hats and Caps, Collius' Axes, Chisels, Augers, Planes, Cut-nails,
Clouded and White Frock und Sack Coats, Bt-av.ii at the i'lautation of Col. It. W. Williams Oeii. 1J'.J highest market price will be paid by els,
BoaiMrts mvl Trimmings, Boots uud SVv ().,toh.-r Iron. Blackamith's Bellows, Hammers, Anvils Stocks Cotton Seed-No Humbug.T .
Stti{>cd and Plain Gingham, Sack Coats, Win. JJ&iley, Oov. John Mraneh! and W. F. of 15. 1S53. 41 HEIJC A RUST.
Panuol* and Fans, Wood and Willow Ware, Llovd and Dies, Screw-plate Vices, Hoes, Corn Shelters, In Mississippi but sort to
t I'.l'k and Col'd Drap d'Eta Sack and Frock Coats, linii County: Cu!. H. F. Whitner, of Oa4N.denCo. HE undersigned, now
.; Glorea, Hose, &., Hardware and Cutlery, do do Summer Cloth do do Thomas M.White, T. N. A J. D. Marrick and R.A.; Valuable Lands for Sale. Straw Cutters, Cast Flow-points and Sweeps, Tree return borne, has made arrangements wits IliS

., r1,' Ladies Oaiter. Hollow Ware and Iron, \Vliitc and Col',1 Drill Pwits, 'Young of Jackson Co. :J. (}. Anderson and ef the hinds belonging to the estate of Henry Chains, Ax Ac. most careful Planters iu the selection and ""Ftrmenl

i. TIM and DreM Bu Good kius, Ac, Groceries, tc, &e., tc.Oenl Fancy Marseilles Pants, Daniel Uird JeffenJm County, nud J. C.McUhee( Capt., ANY deceased, may be treated farpiivatcly, by Groceries. of seed, to supply him with Cotton Sto for hIS 1M

I.r Atj all other articles, the Fancy Cas imtTc do for Summer wear, K..q. and Col. IL }lnrri f.n, of &Iadioo Countr. applicatiou to either of the Executor Sugar,Teas. Coffee Rice, Best Pale Otard Brandy next-crop. He baa taIen greafc pains to procure

required by country or Ul'k Drap d'Eta do do dw The letu-r from the Mills Manufacturing" MARTHA. GEE, Executrix, Old Rye Whiskey, Rectified Whibkey, Gin, Itaci, purest and best sorts, and will engage to f5Thi5 jPLiutcr )
,, Comparnr
.. reaiJent In fine vockcoi i .
town in
our 't rather the ba'f'1'
Iw.i: Fancy and White Marseilles Vests R. K. CALL Madeira Tobacco,.Snuff, of Florid with better seeds tatn
abstanlial rcaliti thau iu and : pibli hcd below, gives aoYue idea of the value of ) Wine, Sln-rryaiid Cigars *
4) ;: s, puff* outward ap- Light Spring Silk VesU. tiii Ciu for Long ataplo Cotton. C. H. DiPONT, f.Eucntor8February Candles, and Soap. With a variety of other articles before been brougl* to the State. Be will Jlfrer

pearances. -ALSOA 18, 1854. 7 fim [Sentinel too ntimeroos to insert here. the serf to the order of the Planter in St IL .

.t.J tk April 15. 18S4. 1,5 I). C. WILSON.m. f pnpTfil nttu-rn.of gA Si.rc (". .Ilnr.vatItosery,1)rawcrIThIerhirtsaud. 7 Z1'LTVKS? *iass.. April. 4, 1851. Tallahassee, March 18. 1864. 11 Newport, dnriup the next fall or winter, andtjfflfj'

various other S. R. PAttKIlfhT MILES NASH &. CO. duce cert.cates,attested,as to thi
E' i. Aim*; r. OBT, a. n. M. BAVIIO artidee too numerous to mcnti<>u. Esq.Dear Notice. ticks furnished and the staxff1 Of the Thnt.r. ko

DOBY &, DAVIDSON, A full &soortnx of Cloths. Ca t-imercs, Vesting", Sir : We have used the few Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c., persons interested will take notice that six whom they are oftsm & ekInd.ftrnis.d ribe

AT LAW which the subscriber is prepared to manufacture to bales of sea I land and other l.wig staple Cotton", "ITOULD inform their friends and the public, that _.t\LL after the first publication of this srfter- the Big White MeXk" 11I Vick, the Pitt nJ

ATTOHMSVS order oi> the shortert notice, in the! inoet approved! which you say was ginned on your Sen Island Cotton Vf they have on hand a px>d assoi intent of sueharticles tisernent, I intend to apply to the Hon. Judge of Little Brown. 17iB WbitaMCXICUn a,. the
.' & ; QUINCY, FIXRIDA. and best (Jin. as are generally kept in their line of business, iM" as the most reliable stocsV,
tyle, possible manner. All in want of good Probate of Leon County for a discharge from my sought after
1. ::4'. WILL practice iu the Middle Circuit of Florida, Clothing callC3T We regret ill not having a larger supply of this and will be receiving regularly dtah supplies. Th ir Administratorship of the estate of William IL Bfock- but wi1-t aepplY either uS the others if dciir1'1iwu .

; r-.4. iu the Eastern Couutles of Wct Florida.i .- Order from the country promptly attended Cottou to nuis: through our work : a larger quantity terms hall bo reasonable. eubrough. deceased. wishing Seed, eaa aikbeai kirn i atMdai

All business entrusted to their care will receive prompt to, by A. B. CLARKE. would enable us to j ju-Jge! more correctly as to the re- 'I'nlhJtasee. April )th. 185S. 14 ELLEN A. BROCKEN-BBOUGH, Admbc. Court House, Florida, po staid

"p. ; ktteotiuo. March 18, 1851. 11 lative merits of your Cotton Cia over the common June 17. 1854. 34-6m
::1 Dscembr 4.1653.M roller Gm. Negroes for Sale. April S9.18S4. 17Notice. tf

I i. Copper, Tin, and SheetIronMANUFACTORY. With our experiments on the small lot of Cotton LIKELY MAN about 3i years of age, and a N otic .

,tc Lund for Sale. received, we are of the oiiuiou that your Cotton Oiu 1 Woman about 22 year, with her four children months afle the late of this notice. I shall .

.! T WILL bell my plantation on terms that are reasonable d.*>s not injure the Staple of'the Cotton, and that or tynrn, Ac, uquird of F. U. FLAGG. SIX application to the Judge of Probate of Madison \ LL persons taring demands' against tne CwW et.A. -
.
there h an in the Green deceased late of Leon
of ,
improvement Mary ,
and cleanliness
evenness April 15 1854. ISWaknlla

aud administrator
.1 aocominodaiing to the ) It Florida for
purchaser. as
discharge '
my"
County.
*
IIE Subscril inform llm citizens of TalJ. of the libre, which wfll increase the them totheanndenigied withiotb*
materially must present
; lie ia Jefferson County, Fin., eighteen mile East of of Johu Coleman deceased.
lahassec and the value of the article and law this notice trill be.P1**"**
elJ Tallahassee, in the ncighboibood of Wuukeeuiih. It surrounding country, that reduce the c. st of 1anufactuhilig. Iron Works, VANS RANDELL, Admr. prescribed by or s'
they are now prepared to fumiiOi cu Tiers
ii choice land aud l io good repair, with two hundred NEWPORT FLORIDA.rpIIIS 20 1834. 6m bar recovery;
-a May 20 _
clearuJ.' Lund with all kinds of ware, wholesale and retail, in their However these rremjc3tions which can bo moress.isfactt.rily All requested to make payment immemrately.
buyers' come and in full
and fcirtr acre see Establishment u now operation.
,
settled! BLOCXB
tine of business. by H. T
experiments
on a larger
ANDERSON Notice.S .
PEELER ; J- with and
'. juT >QVrsilvQa. The Subscribers call the nttenn nftIe| pcLlie to heule, anti in order to accomplish this, wo hope orders will be attended to promptness, Sheriff, and Exoffiek-.Ldainistat.-
.j ; : May 6, 1S&4. 18 tf *ill be able to furnish you all work done with noutiiens and! dispatch. IX months after date 1 shall present my final ac
their aesortmcnt of Parlor, Cooking, and Wood Stoves, largtr supplier of long btaple July 22. 1854. 8w 29
Mill Work lwte
All kinds of work uch Steam Work of
as the Judge
Cotton and Youehcrato
of the latest style all trimmed iu compjcto order at ginned by your Sea Island CottonjQfcji' count Florid
YORK. ; Mill Circular Saw of Lucy Roberta Middle Cirevit 01
Gin Machinery Madison Ciievit Court.
NEW
this lowest inaiket price. Please call and examine Yours Trufv r*! Jcuiiug.. Sugar MiulisoM County, a* adminintrator
1 BREWER & CALDWELL, before purchasing elsewhere. Also, ittauuia anti. (Signed) J. L. DAVIS; ;'Agent.Uadley & Shafting, Pulleys, Hungers Plough! Cabling", Brass and ask to be dicbarged from my a.lrainistrautOflhiP.Adrnr. Fall Ttrm. 1854. Attachment Sum aS'* '
of bize ,
Kettles ROBERTS
tc. also kept
Castings, ; Sugar amy JAMES $279 02-100.
Ware Lead Sheet Zinc Sheet Lead Mills.
Japanned Piio, Tolks Co.
BUCCl SOIlS TO! CEiTERdi CO, hand. All work don in such au ettub- 18
Houue-work Heads for Juiit 10. 1S.S4. 23 I coiibtantly on May 6,1854. Richard J. Mays.
lloofiug, Fancy gutters' (Jut tf ..
COMMISSION MERCHANTS hishilnent will be done by u*, with a particular regard
: GENERAL tering Pipe*-Shop work of dcscriptiou done DUPONT
every JOSEPH II.ATTOJJM2V. '
of the work. and!
to the durability
strength ant Oeo'rgV
4 Ifo. 50, OLD RU !. with neatness and debtiatcli. New Store.r :E. Wilmot Walter H.Walter, RfcJ
,a >' May 1 1854. 19 ly WHITE & SLUSSER. Competent Workmcu always in readiness to put up AT LM7, T. Walker JJirchants and" Parta r aung

,1-- _L_ r I i. r i 1 "i i n f'EBSKINE M October P, 18fi3. 40 tf |lIE subscriber has purchased the stock goods Entintts, Ac. QUINCY, FLORIDA, antI fttjl* of Walter* .fc Walker. -.- tat'
Terms will Iw liberal and all work dona strictly for fnterestl ,
L wurd
of Hny & Randolph and intend often
& DILWORT1I kequug a i E Defendants and aU
I? : general awoitmcnt, Ills prevent ktoek U well a *>r- cnttb, or accepted order on scmo busiutos turn in this ILL eonlinu to occupy the office recently oecuW rpfl of tLe commeneeifleuiof th' ab suit *
notice
ATTORNEYS AT LAW Tobacco. ted, and bus iuvite all bis friends to call and see him. pliioe, Tulluliun-te! or Quiucy.LiU'ral iiied by the late firm of C. II. ife J. IL DuPont, and are bereb OMI6d to

t' U8T received a largn lot of (he VNrioua leant!. c> Ho pledge* himself tu bell ou as good terms ai any price paid for old Iron, Copper and Braa. and to practice in the"adjacent Counties of the Middle attachment declaration therlio l.rLrOI'

I' (; NO.VTICULLO AM) QflNCV.JOHK J the H.'ifor Jol-Hcco- which In this tiadf will lie ,..ld House in the &y.f All K'ttcnnauit bo addressed (piiet paid) to ukl WesUru CircuiU.. He will also..attand the Urmsof plead to the MAYS, Pintiffi'! Atlcrnej

4 i EMUXI, Qn'mryVT S. DILWCUTH, at aol diargs. I D. (,'. WJL ON. TI10S. i%. KANDOLHL M. IL FONT A QO.. tbe Supreme Court iu Tallahas. and Marianua. ; no...

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