The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: August 19, 1854
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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1 n Agtt.u1ss For rebuilding the light honse at Brant's ng, to be placed in the vicinity of Abseenm SOUTH CAROLINA. trill! not admit Of being repaired;six thousand I IoUat'L j .

OF 'THE UNITED 'STATES. Point, Nantucket fifteeen thousand dollars. inlet, to guide navigators clear of Absecuni For erecting a permanent beacon,to range C! eighteen hrfndred'atd BAr; fo For large fog bells for light vessels in the and Brigantine shoals, thirty-five thousand with Charleston- light, for crossing the bar, For a new light hduse a* N 'w Canal, In i balance! that may remain In the_ tfpMtry of }l.

(Public, No. 62.] Vineyard sound, in exchange for the small dollars. as substitute for the present movable lantern, I the place of the. present structure which will that appropriation after the ftoropWioo, of 'tt:1
for light b.nes novr in us? on board of these vessels, one For a bell-buoy and a nun-buoy for Abse one thousand dollars. 1 not admit of being repaired; six thousand dot. light at Cap DlUpdolrifmmt tUrty; :Otaa :
A.S ACT mAking appropriations !. thousand hundred dollars. cum bar five thousand dollars. For rebuiliMng the two beacons on Sul I lars. Lhouan1dours. f ta.!' ,

\ ajejY\gUt-boat\ erection, buoys etc. .and prov.din For fddr iron twelve pounder guns and For a large buoy or buoy-boat, to be placed livan's !island, and for building a keeper's For a new bea on light at Prbetorsviile, FOr buoys for the tartar ,ihd, atrtoee to !t
the and establishment
;/(or and fbr other of equipments for fog ignals on board of light I,i, on the south-west point of the overfalls, Dela. house, six thousand dollars. II in the place of on dectrbyftd by. fire No- New Darigfne-rf, and forth* attfcdragtt orl ,l.t;., .
fa time, die purposes. vessels in Vineyard sound, two thousand ware bay, one thousand dollars. For a small beacon-light on Fort Samter, rember twenty four eighteen hundred and the coast of P get', Sound five:thousand :;f!;
Bt; it enacted by and House of dollars. I' For a first-class iron buoy to be placed on Charleston h rbor.one thousand dollars. J fifty three, three tho sand dollars. dollars. 4 1, .

jtyresentatlves of the United States bf Amer.. For iron buoys and bu'dy boats for approaches the northeast part of Five Fathom bank, eight,I For a light on the Battery at Charleston, For an iron bell boat,to mark the entrance For biioya .id tub haxbdr 4 &fytr>ncft-t 1ShOalifrater !f '
;jcs in Congress assembled, Thai the following to Boston Bay and dri Nantucket hundred dollars.DELA two thousand dollars. I to the newly dredged channel of the Sooth- I flay three thousand dojlsi .

appropriations be, and the same are shoals, five thousand dollars. \ ARE. For a small light on Castle Pinckney, to 'west Pass of too Mississippi, five thousand Sec. 3. Ahd W it forth That 'rl" ';
hereby, made and directed to be paid out of For a light house and keeper's house on or Towards the erection of a light-house at mark the channels from the bar to the city, dollars the sums appropriated by the ad pproreJ ;

any money in the treasury not otherwsie appropriated nfca'r the Point of Rocks," Westport, Cross ledge, iu p'ace of the light vessel at [: and up the Cooper river, one thousand five Eor a screw pile light house on the "-Shell Mirth third eighteen hundred and J forty. 4' '
to enable the St'c-etary of the Massachusetts, five thousand dollars. present at that point, thirty thousand dollars. i hundred dollars. 1 keys," off Marsh island! thirty thousand dol nine;and Martb third, I eighteen hurid4Bd >. ;

Treasury to carry the provisions of this act For a light house on the spit situated at the For n first-class iron buoy, to be placed on For a light house to nark the shoals off i lars. fifty One, fdr d lighthouse, On Horse' Shoe tt;

into effect : Provided, however, | If a good title entrance of the Narrows, Boston harbor, McCrie's sheaf mouth Delaware bay, eight Cape Roman, in place of the present light at For a day beacon, to be placed on the Reef r\bgai':1Ri\-e. .N9wYorkv'or any balance t. :.:j7 : 0

to any land which it may be necessary'' fifteen thousand dollars. hundred dollars. that locality, and for buoys to mark the inner I east end of Horn island, one thousand five thereof, rentainibg Uv the treasury on't.
to use cannot be obtained on rel\s r.nbll'l j For the erection of a day beacon, sixty For a beacon-light on the pier at Port channels, called the sine," in addition to i hundred dollars. the thirtIeth "f Jon ,_eighte brhidi d and :t:

terms, or the exclusive! right to such land teethigh, on Point Alderton bar," on the Penn, Delaware bay, seven hundred and fifty I the appropriation Of March three, eighteen For a light-house, to mark the channel bf fifty fear, be, and than hereby, reappropriated ..:'; .

cannot be acquired by cession when the in-1 south side of the entrance to Light house dollars. hundred and fifty three, for changing the present the Grand Pass to Barataria bay, ten thousand for the erection! of a*. Hghthottse !t ',!.,.' .
forest oft e United States demands it, before I channel, eighteen thousand dollars. For a beacon.light on Reedy PO t.t, Dela- light at Cape Roman, thirty thousand dol dollars. that point, or such plan :'s majr be 4t Urniined ,. -t .
the appropriation would by bfall into the I. Fer ra! i"g.baoJB in the New Bedford wear bsy, three thousand dollars. For a lizht house, to mark the main entrance 16 be most advisable.Bee. '
surplus fund, in any and all such cases the collection district, on rock at the mouth of For refitting Cape Henlopen light-house lars.For alight house and beacon light on the to Tlmballier bay. and for coast purposes d. And be' u ftr&pf enacted, That :.'

appropriations shall( be applicable to the objects II Monument River; on Bourne's Flat, at the with first-order illuminaling! apparatus, fiftem main land at North Edisto, fifteen thousand fifteen thousand dollars. the appropriiiidn for a lighthouse on Santa : I' "
for which they are made at any time turn of the channri above Slab's Point ; one thousand dollars. dollars. For a light house, to mark the channel or Cruz, California; rprthirty tint of August :;.

within two years after the first meeting of I between the last named and Boure's Neck ; For light.house on or near Ship John For buoys in North Edist inlet! and approaches passage called the Rigolets, connecting eighteen hundred and fifty two> her and ,;).
the legislature, in any State wherein such j I one tit each end of Pismire Bed ; ono on rockin Shoals, Delaware bay, thirty thousand dollars. five hundred dollars. Lakes Borgne and Ponehartrain five thou the same is hereby authorised to,be.empfojcji ::...1.
land may be situated, subsequent to the pas. j channel of Dartmouth River: neon' Cow For a fog-signal to be placed at the Dela. For a light house and beacon light on the sand dollars. in the erection Ofa lighthouse on Anacapa : :. .

age of this act, to wit: j I Rock Ledge ; and one on rock in Phinney's wear Breakwater light-house, eight hundred j north point of Hunting Island, to serve as a ..For.buojs and stakes to mark the chan IslAnd, if upOn 'examination by tb% proper ;': "

MAINE- j passage, two thousand dollars. dollars. seacost light, and range for the Swash channel nels of the Atchafalaya! and Cote Blanch bays officer, it is ascertained that a mom eligible .::7 :' '.:

For rebuilding light-house and keeper's| VERMONT.For For a fog-signal, to be placed at the Reedy! in place of the light vessel at present !ta.t and bars, five thousand dollaus. \ site can be found for the interests af navigation ,:',; .
Celling on Petit Menan island, thirty five j t two smnll lights to be placed on the Island light-houseeight. hundred dolIars.I'I tioned ofTSt. Helena, and for repairing For an iron screw pile light house, to be on that island than on tbe adjacent one '," :

thousand dollars.! pier, nt Burlington, two thousand dollar For banking in Reedy i.land.nnd preserving I placing that vessel at Comb.ihee; bank, thirty I erected as near to the entrance to the channel i; of Santa Cruz. S 0 :'.
For rcbuBJinj light house on Baker's i island For a fog signal at Juniper Island light. the site of the light-house! one thousand thousand dollar I of the Mississippi river at the Southwest I Sec. 4.',And bo it' further 'enacted, That \':;.
five thousand dollars. } house Lake Champlain, eight hundred dollars. !. I| Secretary the'Treasury be, and he is \' *,* .t
eight hundred and fifteen dollars. For a day beacon or buoy in St. Helena! : Pas, n* may, be found to be practicable to -
For rebuilding !Jighi-housc on Franklin i For a large iron bell-buoy, to be placed on'' sound, eight hundred dollars. ; be fitted with the most approved des ription I hereby, authorised to cause the light to be ;' .. |
land, five thousand do'iars. ii'j RHODE ISLAND.For or near Kennick Island shoal, five thousand For a firs .cass! H ht.n'ssel, to take the I of illuminating apparatus and fog signals, 'discontinued, and the lighthouse buildings :' '
For procuring illuminating apparatus and I a new lighthouse tower and illuminating dollars. I. place of the present inefficient one stationed forty five thousand dollars. and land belonging theretoat Calumet, in / '

completing light-house tower and buildings, }.I apparatus osi! Beaver Tai', and for a fog For a light-house on Bower's beach, be- Martin's Industry, and for repairing present For buoyage of the Pas a l'C nlre, Mississippi !: tho State of Iliinoi, to be sold and, on.pay- ; ..
authorised t<* be built on Boone island, nineteen ;j signal, fourteen thousand fire hundred do-! twcen Murder Kill and Jone's creek, Dele- vessel, (after the larger vessel is }built,) and river, one thousand five hundred dol! '. ment of the consideration agreed for into tha : }.
thousand nine bundled ar.d pevcntV. ) lars. ware bay, five thousand dollars. j placing it at or near the entrance to Ca!. lars. treasury of the United States, to make, exe,1: '_
three dollars. For rebuilding the !lighthouse and keeper's For a light house at or near the month of.! ibogue sound, thirty thousand dollars. I" For a light house at the mouth of Calca- cute, and deliver all needful conveyances of *."1
For an iron bell-lio.-it, to 1 J.e 8t'lihnl"? to 1 dwelling nt Watch Hill!, and for repairs of Old Duck creek, on the wst side of U le. ;1. For a light house and beacon light on or sieu river, six thousand dollars. ; the same, and the special jurisdiction of tho "'!'."

mark Alden's Rork, fivo thousand
for iog. inll, and dwelling! for keeper, |. eight thousand three hundred dollars. I I entrance: ten tbousasd dollars, cease. ,-. .'..
rear Mnuheigin! Igii: hoube. three thousand: 1 i i For\ acon light at Bristol Ferry, one For a light house on or nenr the Seven i For five irou buoys for Port Royal harbor, I two small range lights at Galveston, Sec. 5 And bet further enacted,,That ,. ;
five hundred dollar. thousand five hundred dollars. one thousand dollars. the .Secretary of the Treasury be and is :: -
I I Foot Knoll, at the mouth of the Patapscoriver : one thousand five hundred dollar .j ?
For hu: --.Hg1It on or near breakwater at j j For a beacon or spindle to mark tbe reef in addition to the appropriations approed \. i: For buoys for St. Helana bar, one thousand I| For completion the buoyage of Galveston. I r hereby authorized upon the completion bftho :. \ .,
Portland, three thousand five }hundred.dol. I extending from Block Island, two thousandi September twenty: eight, eighteen hundred five hundred dollars. I I bar and bay, Sabine Pass and river Matagorrla light house and exhibftion of .the light au- .:
lars. dollars. .' bar and bay, Aransas bar and bay,!: thorised by the first section of this act to bo T' .
'i i and fifty, and March{ third, eighteen hundred!; For two beacons to serve as a range to '. ;
For completion of beacon on BueUt-dge, !: CONNECTICUT.i and fifty one thirteen thousand five hundred I: Calibogue sound, five thousand dollars. and Brnzos Santiago bar and bay, ten thousand I erected near tAe 'entrancfe to lh$ SdnthvveJl *': J. "'*

Penob cot liver, i in addition to five humlird i completing the beaconag; and buoyi : dollars. I GEORGIA. dollars.: J[i Pass of the Mississippi, to cause the present *.*..L' "

\ dollars! already appropriated, two thousand i. ngf of the Connecticut, River, as authorized\ For a light house on sandy. point, Cheasa- I For a light house on or near Gallinipper, light at that locality to be extinguished, and : i '.
j { For iron buoys and day beacons forTybee Point, Lavacca bay, ten thousaad doljlars. !-I
dollars. by the act of March third, eighteen hundred peake bay, eight thousand dollars. and the tor/er, buildings andland belonging fir
FQr restoring the two other stone beacons ', and fifty-three, five thousand dollars. For a light house on Drum Point, entrance j bar and Savannah river, ten thousand dol1ilars. thereto to be sold, and upon payments for _
; For Mount Desert Rock For iron buoys for the AltamaLa sound and :reef, Matagorda bay, ten'thousand dollars. : needful there and : :
Connecticut dollar ;
fog signals on one For a light house on Love Point,or the extremity ( conveyances .
nnd Macs houses five thousand ;i river, five thousand dollars. I II I I i For a day-beacon mark the wreck ofI Jjuriwetion 'oftho Unitwl States OVer sanx '
light For a beacon at Sugar east entranceof of the shoal, (the northern
j dollars I Island Sound thousand hundred extremity ) For iron buoys for St Catharine's sound :j jt I the steamboat Farmer, near Pelican Island, in land shall th rafter cease, aDd revert to tfefe "' '
two five
I Lung of Kent Island mouth Chester river Maryland .*
For hnnJ for the: waters! en the coast of dollars. fifteen thousand) I and inlet, Sapeio and Doboy barsnnd sounds, i Galveston bay, three hundred dollars. \ State of Louisiana. jv. f;
dollars.; and the channels leading through them, and I For beacon on the North Breaker, to ,Sec. 6. And be it farther. aeied, -n. '.. t
Elaine! viz: SL Crrf.x. river, near the breakwater -|I For a beacon on Long Point, two thousand For buoys and stakes the I :
Portland, Maine, and for beacons and ; five hundred dollars. points in the Grxai at following i at the south bar of Cumberland sound, fiveI mark the entrance to Galveston bay, five 1 lf( after a careful hydrrabicaleamian ,.. '

?>uoya *t .tl."r ffMpnrttnt mints 'in the St. 1 For a l e.Tcon on Sea Flower reef two Jamaica shoals. Cboptank Loaf Hambrook river, viz : at I thousand! dollrrs. I thousand dollars. the l locality, and the approches.thereto, ; !. it I
Croix KenehecL, and Penobscot rivers, etc. thousand hve hundred dollars. Middle l.rmmd, Soirar near moutn, and For iron buoys to be placed in St. Mary's i MICHIGAN.r shaH bare been made, it is found that the -. ,,

\o thousand dollars i I. For a fo .signal at or near Lynde Point thousand dollars. or the river, one l..n n14.Kfr Andrew's bavs f.-- .1 ----4 .-' or repair 01 toe ught house foundation light. at the. exirance to YermiHion. ;, Lou- '.: /.,-
For light en per head at Kenebcnk har- hight.houset4ghz hundred dollars. VIRGINIA.For : and pier connectrd therewith. near Monroe, "_.." d .- I'J'P th._nava'.oxi' .C .a .. .
Lor, five hundred dollars. For buoys at the eastemi extremity of a light bouse on Smith's Point shoal, FLORIDA.For seven thousand two hundred dollars. that bay and the adjaeerrt coasts, ft dull bo .,J': ';i
For a light feouse to mark the Eastern exIremity Watch Hill reef, and on Whamphasoc," mouth of Potomac river, in place of the light erection of a light house and beacon For completion foundations of two lighthouses extinguished; aadI the Secretary tb Treas- *' t'ury t'- [:
to Edgereoggin reach, to he raced 1 entrance to Slonington harbor, five hundred house on Smith's Point, and the light'essel l Itght, to serve as a range for the channel acrosS on St. Clairfla's, twenty thousand dol! I is authorized to cause the iano and bull- t. .- .
the bar in of the light dings belonging -thereto to be Mid in the '
upon such poSnt as may be determined, upon dollars. present placed to mark the extremity of the place present lars. : : ; :
careful examination and survey, six thousand For a light-house at or near Niantic, Long shoal, twenty {five thousand dollars. house at the niouth of St. John's river in ad. For a light bnnse and fojj hell on the south tame manner r is is provided In'tha fifth section ,.*"**I;

dollars. Island Sound, four thousand dollars. For a light house hllfVa between Cape dition to the balance of the appropriation, approved point of the harbor of Michillimackinae, six ohhis biH. *' ;,.-+, *
For beacon to nexrk 'edges in Casinebarbor. For a beacon on Blacklcdge, entrance to, Henry and Jtodj-'s Island light) house, and on Aogu-t thirty i 1rst, eighteen hundred thousand dollars. Sec. 7. And 1 J it farther, enacted. Th t. ',tl

: Maine, five thousand dollars.! New London harbor} two thousand dollars. or near False Capo Henry, twenty five thousand and fifty two, for the preservation of tbe site, For a light hnn.ee at or near Old Fort prdimiaary surveys are repaired to asoertakk ...:/.
For a beacon on a" ledge in St. Croix river, For a biracon on the Whale, two thousand I dollars. which i il hereby made applicable to the same Mackinaw:" Michigan, six thousand dollars. !- the secsssi'y' for any ligb-Louse or other aid ; \' ,

nboutfbnr mites beiow the torrn of Calais, dollars. For a light house on or near York objects, fifteen thousand dollars. provided for in itis biQ, or to determine ths "-: ,'

and a light ho we "pen Big Island, nt the I For buoys in the harbor of Noank and I spit, Chesapeake bay, fifteen thousand dol For rebuilding; on a proper site, and elevating For a lijiht house on Beaver Island, six proper site forth same, or to ascertaja roora :,: .
mouth of St. Croix river,nine thousand dol Mystic, five hundred dollars. lars. and refitting with the most approved illuminating thousand dollars. fully what the public exigency requires.th ... '-,

taT!. I For a ti ht.liOoe on black Point, between I For buoys at Green Point and Sandy I appratus the lighthouse at Penso- INDIANA.For Secretary of tha Treasury shall cause 0 the '.
-- .. dollars. examination and tbe ". :.'l. .
thousand :
For boose the 'Widow'sttand I cola twent-five necessary Sn'rve3 son sea- :
a light on or near the Connecticut river and New London, five point >n 1 ort river, live hundred dollars. the .
bar and river a beacon light on pier or breakwater board to be made tt der the' '
at the etAera ertranee of Fox Island dollars. I For buoys fur the St John's direction of" tha -7Superintendent'of
For a tight house on the shoals off Cherry.stone thousand dollars. "
Michigan City, ,' .
coa/t and those ., -t'
i thousand dollars. Survey
five thoasand dollars. two
thoroughfare, For the end of the breakwater
a harborlight on or on Sandy Point, to mark the en "
For ai1ght kmwe attbc entrance of the it Southport, one thousand dollars. to harbor ten thousand For elevating and fitting with the most approved : on the Northwestern' lake to be made under 1- :.; ; .
trance Cherrystone ,
thoroughfare IsU am Haute, five Aoaaand Fora fog-bell at the North Dumpling light dollars. I' illuminating npt ar tus th? light house ILLINOIS. the direction of the I1'.'enl1 Topographical '...i : : ;

dollars. house, in [place of the one now kept up at For buoys or stakes to IK> placed in the t, wcr at Cape Florida, fifteen thousand dol- For a t temporary beacon light, at or near Engineers, and in all ca eg in which adverse T J:7. f., .'
For a Hgbt bone"Oft Southern i island,at the of bun. :I liars. the breakwater now being constructed at reports ate toade, hey 'shall be" submitted *V*;" .
I expense private companies, eight Chesapeake Bay, on the following points, viz:
lie entrance Tenant's harbor, in the own dred dollars. I For completing the 1 beacon on Rebecca Waukegan, Little Fort, ono thousand dollars. Congress at its next session; ,and in all cases :: *i :: .
of Su George, r *thousand fie hundred l' NEW YORK. Fisherman's, Pickett'sIIole, Cherrystone, Po. shoals, five thousand dollars. in which j the objects authorised favorably .I .'> /
dollars. I comoki Flats Hunting Creek, Deep Creek,' I' barber and reported the works shall be commenced : ,
For erecting first class sea-coast light. For iron buoys for Key West For buoys to mark the and harbor at Chicago pon j .' ; ;
For a light )lioase at the Entrance of Winter l house Chesconnessex, Onaricock, Pungoteague.Na- I apprcaches, oue thousand five hundred dol-! three hundred dollars. i immediately aftr valid titles and State jurisdiction ; : i
tower and it with the .
fitting most aPproved sevodox The Gulf; New comfort Peankatnnk .. >
point -
harbor in I shall have been obtained to tho ,
Goltlsburgh, four thousand five illuminating Great lars.I For a light at Port Clinton, five thousand : -
1 apparatus, near River, Great Wicomico River, Rap- site : *fii "
hundred dollars. I Fort ?
or on dollar .
West I For a small beacon-light near ; :
bay, Long Island thousand
For the erection of two beacons in West I dollars.: thirty-five pahannoc River, Drum Point Spit, near Stingray -I MeRea, Pensacola, one thousand dollars. I For the foundation of a light house on the Anrroved August 3,1854. '."KiPntlic -
Passamaquoddy bay, to mark the c liana el ,I For a fI1 .signn!, with machinery, at Little Point thousand, and] near three Smith's hauderd Point dollars.light vessel I For two large iron buoys for Pensacola breakwater now in course construction at -- .-. ;: '

over the bar at the western entrance, three Hull Island light-house, two thousand five hundred ,two .bar, one thousand dollars. I the harbor of Waukegan, and for alight, [ No. 55.] :i >{.J- :
thousand dollars. For buoys and stakes in the Potomac Riverbetween mark the AN ACT for the purchase of the right of ;
dollars. t' For day: beacons and buoys, to I when the foundation shall be in a copy \: -I t ta
For a beacon on ha bor ledge, r. spindleon For a fog.signal at Stony Point light-house, Alexandria and Georgetown, two I channels in AppalachicHa hand St. condition for erecting the structure, in plat..eof work published by Thomas H. Samner. ..,'* -* Iwherein
Seal ledges, a epinuie OH hip Yard Sedge, eight hundred dollars. hundred dollars. George's sound from Dog Mand light house, tbe present light at.Little Fort, ten thousand he describes his new method of r .'/ j
n spindle on Lowell's Hock, and a buoy on Fort beacon-light to mark entrance to I. For a li ht-house on such point as may be I three thousand five hundred dollars. five hundred dollars, to hfi expended ascertaining a ship's position at sea. r ""i J
Ram Wand* in dotrnuiueil upon after careful examination; and of the northwest of the Be it enacted by the Senate and House of '
ledge, Keckport harbor, Camden ; Loyd's harbor Island For buoys to mark the bnr nnder the direction Secretary of ). :
Huntingdon bay,
six tboa and do'iars. 'I four thousand dollars. Long survey, to mark the entrance the Cone and I channels: of and in Tampa Bay's one thousand l Representatives of tbe United States of America .I, .; ,

For light hoe on Xodd1 '; island, at I For a light-house at Race Point, Yeocomico Rivers Horn the Potomac, five thousand dollars. I I 'f'ar.For a light at Taylorporf, fivo thousand 1 l in Congress bled. That in conaid .a-. ': 4
or near
the the harbor dollars. Southwest westside dollars. tion of the transfer to the United States of : :
entrance to of Castino and I I Fisher's Island For a light house on Cape : ,
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BrooksviBc, Iou thousand five hundred dollars. thousand dollars., Long Island Sound, eight j For forty three buoys for buoying the Ket. Appalacliee bay, fifteen tnousantars. uoi-II i WISCONSIN.For the copyright of a work wherein Thomas H. ;:, "i
I j tie Bottoms, and completing tho"huoYI e of Sunnier fuHv describes his new method "of :. ,
For a mark beacor. TroK'e } ; For a light-house on Hornton's Point, the Potomac Hiver, from its mouth to the p'rt bell boat, as mny I a small beacon light on or near the ascertaining a ship's position at sea, when a = "i.-,'
nr oo. e Ige, I Inland I For a beacon, buoys, or ,
Sound Port Ulao in lieu
Long fonr thousand dollars. pier at of the appropria.
three thousand dollar.
obout onetufie from the entrance CastineJ I I Alexandria found most expedient, to mark tho Ock- meridian observation of the sun cannot b9 :
:1-d BrookeviUe harbor, five hendreJ dol- For a light-house at or near Windmill For buoys to be placed in suitable places, be lockonee shoal, five thousand dollars. tion for a light house at that port, approved obtained, there be paid, out of any money Ju hi;" :

lars. j! Point, Lake Champlain, eight thousand dol in Malchifrnngn Bay and its tributaries, onl''lhousal1l1 For day marks, buoys, and stakes, to mark September twenty eijht. eighteen hundred the treasury not otherwise appropriated, to .:. ,
and one thonsar.d dollars. ,
dollars. river five fifty the said Thomas H. Suronrr, or his lawful : 1
For ftiigut boTisc n\Dry Point channels of St. Mark's ,
Lln.e and .
on For a small ht at north end of Isle I the bar For a small heaoon to l he placed -'IhJO., ..r
au light on
For small the wharf of the Naval .
Neck on the westerly tide of the a light on dollars. agent cr a torney, the sum f ten thousand V, .b '
DamarfftcoCU rh'cr..reX thotsxnd fioHars' I Motte, Lake Chatr.plain, five aundred dol { Hospital at Norfolk, five thousand dollars. thousand to be piaced on the the new pier at Milwankie, known as the dollars.1 : : i;
lars. For a beacon light, North cut vben| it shall be q. ,
ForaKjjht: kcwse on Wood island, five site at or near the western entranCe ; Sec. 2. And be it farther enacted nat T i'' .
thousand dolar.. For a !light-houfo at or near Crown Point, For a fog b"ll to be placed near tho 1 lighthouse f n.ost eligible St. sound, to enable vessels one thousand dollars. after the said transfer shall be'made,.aDd'the 11tH,. '.
Lake Champlain, eight thousand dollars. ut Old Point Comfort and for small : into For a lighthouse at Fond dtl Lac. at the said haH "b
MASSACnUSE rS. a five thousand dollars.;! said earn paid, the ceyprfgbt {f
For continuation (the work on foundation place For of nine small lights near Whitehall, in light on tho inner spit to mark the entrace to to enter at night ALABAMA.For I head of Lake Winnebngo, ten thousand deemed extinct, and said book may these. J., ;
those at present kept up by steamboat the anchorage off Old Point Comfort dollars. if such bad t' :
and light house buildings the one after be published as no right fix* :t ;
on rocks .
i companies\ LaVe four thousand five stakes .
range 1
} thousand five hundred dollars. making permanent CALIFORNIA.For r. t
called Sow and thousand .. .
Pigs, thirty dol! five hundred the Choctaw i'o
I Icr dollars. For a small pile lighthouse on the extremity with lights where required, at I a harbor light at the town of SantaCruz isted.Approved Angus 2, 1834.tPublie : i .
lars.For buoys for the following points in Lake of the ehoal out from and Dog River br.r, MobSe, one thousand I .. .
rebnflding !fight houee at Gay head and I Champlain, viz: on "Point Fer reef making Stingray Pass I bay of Monterey or on Punta Ano l.lt.Z.III, "
fitting it with irst order illuminating .. U I'erry's reef, au Point, month of tUe Ruppahanmock River, five hundred dollars. Nueva, ten thousand dollars. No. 56.] ; f \; ;
thirty thousand dollars. apparatus Ferns reef," near and Valcour. island on twelvo thousand dollars. For completing the buoyage and stakeageof For n barber: light at Barbara, ten thousand AN ACT to provide for the accefwnodstum 4i :
on Schuyler's island Mobile bay, DaUphin,
reef" NORTH CAROLINA.For the channels in dollars. ef tbe courts of the United States in the : It ; "
That the March three seven hundred
sum appropriated ,, dollars.
t p and Cat Island ,
t eighteen hu"drcd.and. fifty oe:; and Auguct 1 For buoys in Lone Inland Sound, at the a small beacon light to range with the Petit.thousand Bois, Horn dollars., Ship, For a light honse on or near Point Lobos, of district New of Yerk Massachusetts and ? sd! in the cities ::.4.L'. .

thirty ones eighteen hundred and fifty two, following points, viz: Hay Beach flats Great Main light, near Fort Macon, Beaufort,North ten For a light and fog bell, to be placed onboard to mark 'the entrance to San Francisco bay, Be it enacted by the hiladtitp Senate and. Ueuse'ofRepresentatives t.o
-a rot iroo" spindles on the Graves and Hard- Ho neck South Hole, Little Hog neck, Carolina, one thousand dollars. Bethel and hospital ship moored twenty five thousand dollars. i l'
Ing'j ledges, Boston harbor," be applied to, Midway bar, entrance channel at River For a small beacon-light on or noar the of of Mobile two ,thousand eight Fo a light hOuse on ,Punta de los Reyes, of tbe Uaited States of merf: :
'the harbor ica ju assembled That Ihe"? &!
The Head Shelter inland in five thousand dollars. Congress I
procuring *ed placing a bell and triangle ferry, at NeckoU'e point ofCnpe Hattcras.one thousand five hun twenty ,
Rooks between Rum Head and frandrtid deut of the United Stales fee, lad he.ber&tf' :' : i
beacons on 'these' points., Mishoraac dred dollars. dollars.MISSISSIPPI OREGON TERRITORY. tl ;:
For -tie erection of a light hotrs and Point, at a shoal east Gardiner's Point, one For a small beacon light on Federal Point For at additionto 1 is, authorized and empowered to provide necessary ,
fcwrpur'a dwelHug da Egg loch island, near thousand thousand three hundred dollars. Cape Fear, to range with the i ht.bollso on for buoyage and stakeage et t Tascagonla the appropriation alightliouse for "Umpqujwin that object, approved accommodation* ferr the eftrb--or the f .};; ;

'r%' 4j nti>8inglbe sam appropriated for this For an iron bell-booy on or near Shag- that point,aud to be a substitute for the light- entrance and bay and of the approaches to 'March third eighteen hundred and fifty one, United States,and tha .flee* eoonetedwtl 'f1 ;
objeet '8 pt nber twenty eight, fightecn; wong reef'five thousand dollars. vessel on Horse Skoe shoal, eight .hundred BJoxi. Mississippi City, and Shirfdsboro, 'thousand dollars. them.in the district oMassaehiz.ettgd' !r'1| 't "
Imndred and *fty.'fire thousind doliarg. For an iron-file beacon on the southern part dollars. I eiiht, thousand dollars. ten the cities of New Yori ind Phn |phUt'; by J t! ff.fitting .

JST the?ftllaoval'of. ligbt.ltoese at Tniro, of the Romer shoa!, New York bay, twenty For buoys and stakes for Albemarle, Pamlico for a light hOuse Oft St. Joseph Wand, WASHINGTON TERRITORY.For op and. l leasing the sanje' pritil I perma- 'Ht
thousand dollars. alight house on Blunf or Smith's eDt.ce Dn.odHioncan le pTJd tdj ashereinaftflr t
HgfckBd,) Cape Cod, to a pr.p atte, .aiid five thousand dollars. Core, and Croatan sounds, Sense river tei rn
for LOUISIANA.For island, in the Straits oTFuca, twenty fire proposed. .
itthigth*' -with JERSEY.For .
same thu roust Approved NEW Roanoke river, and the strata from Core'sound rt.
; Ulnmiaaffont ippftratus;and to Mrrclcseb.litte the continuation of the protecting bu- to: Beaufort;; two thousand six hundredand 1Jew light house at Tort Ponchar. 'thousand dollars. Sec. 2. Andbe it Anther enacted. That 'U tr tror ;.
t '. 'for-'three'' lights al, Nanaett, beach man life from shipwreck heretofore established forty dollars., ttiin,in'tbe place of the present strBctor, Foralighthonse on Cap Sboalwater tbe President cause to procured, by purchase y n>4 1,>
repaired six4blsafld the entrance to the bay of that other-i.e,... site for buildings,
t"'Hlt'ih lIMf'4IeU.L ,fey lifo.boats, on (bo New Jersey coast For a Hghthonse on Roanoke oursLes vbtchwiB "ot admit oflieiog name, twenty tq : '
F__ five thousand! dollars. h* used .as court houses Bnd'post omen, mfbe ;
ol the dollars.
PrMPJlV'aUbn Into ef BiRiagt..g twerty thousand dollars. ten thousand dollars, "
at Bayou St. John, For the 'Iwo lighthouses at Cap Flaterj Cities i of Boston, New.Ypik, .dn Phi'.d..J' 1ipbi
i lAud % be fitted house
.g ligUtiousp, ( TJfie .) two thou- For a first-ela&s liglil-bouse .to Fin s, pHe fakt-houflo on tie northwest : For a new light .
und of the tructure, which ijd'Ne\y Dun onnJ, authorised by-.act of ; and that be prepare and i iI aubp.P.t to {y
doflar.l nara1- the present :
J *Hh the most approved jfluaumating aj .; ?:. : : oJal bhoal, ten thouzaud dollars. place I 1.

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-- -- : I while and abolitionists attack the Detnoc- eate. and Driving to ti iiigp-.4aioaiuVi.nl .:7"'.!I The New York Timft, ID ..
t ; practicVMc !bolltloBlzlng Parties. 8,1'ltl to deceive ita party an 1 tli ju.-i.pl t. "f the the Whigs eon.aoo with tt ,
i: F. t a a early n daj as : : plans I V. I Par the candidates of the Democratic: .because f ly" brother cf the Tribune
spv t: : estimates for the Mine, togrtrior with any There sterna to be a determination on the part of State on this vitnl question. The bet wilnos theSentinrl ; racy in the North tbe Southern Sectfcwnl ig party joins heartily btlie"against ***
their of the administration:; and their connect ion the administration
the that t. he down it" in the South. The support for
has stand peo inflicting
\ ) make for read- yet placid upou jnove.- are upon qm
'. 1I'i $$ C -act or contiflC1Im8y nny ccit.iiii. Southern) Whig: papers to, mi4cad. their
Whi of tbe North is litiou- Il'le of North Carolina in Heir recent election ofllaAM with the Northern Democracy. The Southern people chastisement upon the free negroes of
the alM
4.: 4. site or sUe, which cnntrnct hnl) be era a* to the true ttate of political roatttri iu the free ; party thoroughly > i Grey Tow "

, : :4r: *i ionnl and made fiubject to the appro- States. Among, these papers we are compelled reluritanUy ized. and if the Whigs of the South will not be convinced and choice of a democratic Legislature have arc not likely again to be-misledby their appeals. But the 7ines has a correspondent who Ii

Ir. :'fXfe;:: af Congress.I l J to iiicludv the. Br,.tintl. It U true, that of the fact from what they have Been, it will signified their displeasure nt tile cout'e .f those Northern While the Sentinel M endeavoring to hoodwink its!', be upon the spot where the outrage were ooJEjJ

.. Wvft'T".. 2 1854. only toe because they ehotte not t. be convinced.From wbigs who voted against tbe South in order to I and the punishment meted out. and h* trips
. I p-: Approved August sheet has on fereral occasions pompously affected to so readers by telling them that the effort "to abolition} heels of his t '
, and have employer by describing Lr!
? vote against the adrrini-.tration we an abiding what Ml ,
wash its bitds"If:1n affiliation Nrrtheni Whig "
IKC both parties" in the free States hal met with
as bis observation and
'1: and Florida will both own what he is
f of their abolition tttidincics, but lat pome entree or other the editor of the Stnli faith that Kentucky personall J *
gcry, on account : much opposition from the Whig as from the democratic *
: & & & have iu its columns save attempts net i# becoming surcharged with pasNoa The Florid- speak in a voice equally as emphatic. rant of as :
terly we seen notl.ing
i& ; fl nbn\ party,1 suggest that it would do the Whigs ol r The conduct of Cant Hollis and JTr
nnnmi to vihite-wai-h them and nuke them out i } making any great fuss
. Lt. over We copied. in last week's Floridian from the penof tIle State a service by enlightening them a littIe's to Consul, from the time the Cyan'irrir>d i' "J>r

.,4.' 1. J. ..r ----- "-' as nu irorte than the Northcni Dcmo rllc)'. In last about the matter either more than a match for its the number of Northern Whigs who voted against time of her departure, was perfectly iustifiaU.
Col. M. WHIT SMITH editor of the Tampa n.ralrl.
't1. y.t. l,<:,.. TALLAHASSEE: : TucPdaybntinil the editor says- whig rotemporary but tbe editor, understanding Southern I the recent attempt to repeal the fugitive slave law.-: cry thing was dope in perfect harmony, and ther.'JT"no ,,

. .f It is North bow one man could take tbe starch out of him a powerfully written article uiging upon other tourse"left to Pursue but (o bum th
true now going on so
a mighty struggle rlS
', As have allusion that ,
S.- yet we seen no important and by'so doing break
sectional ,
:' t \ to abvHlionizt both parties, Hud it i. equally true that I Iso 1 completely turns to Whigs the duty of abandoning their organization np"t nest Was
distributing the.taBwl'of the '
:!: Saturday August 19, 1854.TBHMB. ( tl.t hai vitfi achievement and with the National Democracy. In matter in tbe columns of the centralorgan.. Why scoundrels lHh a,faw few
1 *- \lr. effort mrt nil tr>ucK>]ifx>*itionfium several. uniting

'i. .. _______-rI _-_-__-_-__-____ the W'AIg at ithatfrom lit Demociatic patty. or thiee weeks among, there have appeared Hence /or in the the Sentinel last two ] the Herald of the 2d inst. we find a continuation of don't its conductor give the public all the truth I In bas lived carried in a civilized out-to cotmfry..kj3osn tb.htferms tins, isp ,ioU;,,,

' B;: 't"; f'i .-Three Doliari per annum. paid in Ferst.ns who read no paper bt'sMts the Senlintf such com teous and dignified l'ie.bahl the same subject by the editor, which we also copy : times like these the people want facts not fancy. Amore Pierce, iu his inaugural address, uthat'u. General

;ri ,. ; : advaqce; S3 SO if paid within six months oftbe time might be inclined to 6-//Vie the statement made in editors back "epithets ss important illustration of the position cf parties acne most and shall be protected abroad.*

':':. ; :.: c f brlblPC ;and 4 l 00 at the end of the )year. the latter part of this extract; but those who happen about the Capitol stair that edit editors the;Flondinn- the rie-bald" etc. These gang From the Tampa Ifrrafd August 2. could not be found than 19 furnished by the vote referred The Sentinel will find ranch nore plaintive

'j: "ertlemeOC puqWl.tor211fFf'r frt to derive their information frtm other and more reliable I to. The question was on a motion by Mr. ; and
i, > .< fifty Ct aU aubseqiwut' rintl. expressions, like many others which originate from Political Parties wailing cries ia the columns of the Tiintisu Tribune
:'. ) I otrcre,1.-I/.U. I"'tI,r. It is n literal fact that in ELIOT a Massachusetts whig to suspend the rule to
candidates. We of
aeh.avoyato alluded in issue to the
.,. : ueennt .1'h'e Dula the source, same are pt (.-' har.nVs The public ii a previous position against this act of theJOovernment, than i fn the S Tem
" 1 l : .: paid fl advance. R.ligioul. Obituary auditortioge very one of the free States,the Whig papers, with n.. the find views of the enable him to introduce a bill to repeal thnt law.-
sa gactou-s enough to perceive thai if the editor of th- political parties, briefly gave our flegtster; New Bedford Af'rcury. and such tie
;: ..! ). Notice,not exceeding\ 12 lines will tpnbllhedgratis. few solitary exceptions court a fusion with the abolitioiiihts. course we deemed to be most for tbe wbigs of TIle rote was, in the affirmative 45 ; in the negative ion it from.
' ; ; I5PNo certificates of the publiC'ltti..nllf"S' Floridlan was able to cope singe liandod for years, proper presses as quotes

.1 t i "" tate .r legal notices of any description, will be given One quotation.-reprodncfd from the Balti-- with the predecessor of the .',zescF, ilhout being the South pursue. 20. The 43 affirmative votes were made up of 37 _-

:: & ., until the adrertiiing fee illl":d. more Paliiot, will settle this matter beyond a doubt : The following extract from the Florida Sentinel, (the Northern Whigs and 8 Northern Democrats-tbe The Convention which
,.. t1" :'... compelled to call for any "iack-stair :help/ ? he has Alligator *as to have btta

.. :..,-H. "'.J"j.4. \.,. ________ __-_____ ____ _______ ____ __ VFKT Rurp.' '.-The Pittsburg Oarcttc: says that nothing to dread from tbe present editor of that sheet. !I central whig organ of our State) however advocatesa nays embraced 5O Northern Democrats, 6 Northern held on Monday last, to nominate'a whig caodldsta

4'0. .. PAPER FOR TilE CAMPAIGN. BOtne half a dozen Whig papers' in the Northern We merely allude to this matter for the purpose of. different policy. Addressing the Whigs of the Whigs, 48 Southern Democrats and 17 Southern for Congress, did not come off. It baa been disproved

f. : ;. < States have resisted the general decision of an, organization State it Whigs. .
'' 0- the hole IKMIC of restoring the Missouri relieving tIny of our personal or political friends of all r says- with altogether,, and of course, at no other mode ef

:.frd'I .1; ur The FtORiDUX will be furnished during the Compromise upon ; that t the Southern press copies can-fully apprehension of being held responsible, through the i Wash your hands of all sympathy with Northern Nor (says the Washington Sentinel) 13* this the reconciling those differences of opinion" referred toby

i ; J. 4': present campaign, and up to the Ut of November. for everything frou. these papers excluding the volumes insinuations of the editor! of tbe Srntinil, for the crude I WhigRery and an recently ile\eloped in its hostility to only contrast presented by an analysis of tbe vote. the whigs of Duval, and repeated by the RrpubK.

FIfty CENTS. This will barely cover roet. Cash ; written on the other sidel, l II y the hundreds of Whigpspeis shivery call upon all good men to rally under There i is nearly as striking a contrast between tbe
4 1; I editorials which appear from time to time in these I the banner! ofupposition to the the present feeble andFree can of the 3d, as existing in the East, there will Dot
t a fIJ h'II. It cautions the Whig"pity ) northern and
all "UPP"I the southern
..., ,.n,, ': '.. : in cases must accompany order against such n delusion and predicts that therein columns. We makt- it point always to father our Soil Administration., D. tlU8. und you will have Whigs. The former, be "a spontaneous onion apoo GOT. Baowx W,
II I I I. the consolation to know, after the battle has been With several lonesome exceptions going for it, and the
I..p. never be anotl'l r Na'wmal' Wing Convention own children, and cannot consent to share the credit expected as much, even though Qm Convection b

: 'j .: :: DEMOCRATIC XOIIXATIOXS. worth of the name, and with the] tenth part of theWhigs of their paternity with others. If tJ..re1 any pie- j i whether fought, that you have done jour duty. Do this and latter in a body against it. been held. (

ttt' S : of the country owning allegiance to it, nntil the bald" L:1 ..tllir"l'ntlemt'n. 'I successor defeat be !the resultof your efforts, This vote makes distinctly apparent to the conntry ,
: t or ( or "gang about will
'I any you come lOur! of the conflict with clean hands and

',. .. FOR CONGRESS : I! out old landmarks<>f politics, by rcMortd its ccutiug find slavery to obtrude is really itself tnken as a'' the Capitol." T\ho Arc regarded by any ('four .t a conscience void of l.tT rlcr' two important frets. The first i imi, that there is but B. F. ALLEN, Esq.,

r 1. ', MAXWELL. national institution." The Jazc-tfe enforces this ti- t political enemies a, cditc', of (the fluriJi'an, we';. We fully concur with the sentiment so far as a full one sound national and political organization in tbe Editor of Florida Sentinel;

HON. A. j I rado tIe, that tIle of country nnd that is the great democrat Time SIB,-.That the H of the traosgrcsoor ia bar J/
) : : by expressing hope Whigs St can say they are all Mai strangers to us. W c have and entire withdrawal of all sympathy from Northern party. way

. S ----4-__ ---S I Ixtuis who mav \'flt. for nl'IIIon may be numbered bytIl'usanIs" I not tIc Luuor of tin ir acquaintance. j| \ : ';rl is concerned. amid wejbelieve that every South I Ivlli other is. that in re'pect to the Constitutbn as a ba.-is is no less true in polities than in religion and moral*,
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We b.llsl'C.-lJalt.l'rriut.
1. / FOR KKI-KKSKNTATIVES FROM LEON : : t j'I em Whig will promptly f"llow the Sentinel's advice I Ii of organization, there is no national whig party. On as the sinuosities.of youlats political course abuu-

.' .-4.. .' ,t If i.ny other tl'Rtimcany"ere needed to show the' luminous Extract from the Sentinel- I the most vital constitutional question. tbe whig of dantly testifies. I bare bees a careful observer of
4: Green Chaires Jos. B. Christie, i in that part t'ular. But his, call to the Whigs of theSiuth <
? ,f I unblushing, attempt on the pint of the Smtintlio the south have A wanderings ; have watched aa !
separated. jou difficulty
I complete your
. Fisher Jr. i To those e.f our I IN.ltrdho do not.see the I1.'ri'lnc,1j to rally under the banner: of opposition to the antagonismeiisU
..1 : 3. B. Galbraith, j Wm. : iMud the Whig* of Florida! in this pm tieull1r. it ,, j between them. The first have loomed np in your pathway and as you have met
.... I I ; /. the fallowing extract will affonl them u fair present admiu ,tration, we deem to be rather hasty as plainly
'j' .. ----- I"oull be readily found! by referring to Connecticut shown their and endeavored, with a fortitude and heroism
. j -5tjfri -- -- through in
. .I ----------- i j idea of thit- "'rid, and, excci-dinglr happy manner i inj and premature.; We admit however if the tlistinetimi -. representatives Congress as worthy

I ...:.":, Fletcher Institute, Thomasvillo GeorgiaThe I New Ilampt-hirc and Iowa ,where in the recent elcc-1 j which the ei..ti.r sent es up his weekly dish of editori between the political parties eonsists i merely in j they have in their public meetings and in their news- a better cause, to dispose of and overcome them/._.

.:'t:S .; sixth annual Catalogue of Fhtther Institute J I tions in those States, a compli-U fusion existed) belwcrn |j I iihVe quote etibntint' '| names' and if they have hitherto been contending I''p"ro, that their chief and controlling motive is to But wrong and right refused to be reconciled. Jo my

;.. '1' condition. In the 1 Female 1 the Whigs and Abolitionists) their object being tc war slavery-to previous articles, I have followed, like the igwsa
it of you
.1.. '. t .. presents it in a prosperous j: HE PniK'ifirriiu'i > MI are seared) Mr.[ Floridi.ni'jit solely for the &]H.ils of office, thn the Sentinel may upon deprive the protection of
I break down the Democracy as the only barrier in the is u.-etofitt tilt. the nod | fatuu.1 through the wild political labyrinths that
. >.. Department there were 07, and in the Mule Department j I no so, on' philosophy.With If ri;ht in it' appeal t" the Whijrs of the State.-' Constitution to strike down the defences spread

' .r 1.." .: 74-making a total (.f 141 students. This Institution way of a successful crusade: against the Slavery Propaganda it conc i ooiitentiiidit. III c'rl''nlk" I.f llfrI : .. Iut! if withm !Iich the founders of the government wisely out like net work before yon, and finally left you
I we are honestlyand patriotically Cl.lr.tt'nJing'fur
. there lire trIals and Look at In that ] : n.rrcorgan
again Pennsylvania. noble and floundering that Serbooiaa bog which
is under the of the Florida Annual ju-tly surrounded it. The latter bate stood great sooner
patrorage .
grinder iu-h a* he of the: Floridian* toI ketrpj principle, it becomes our duty to look into the conduct I
Conference and in the language of the Catalogue, old Commonwealth the Whig candidate for Governor whether bliouldcr to shoulder with the democratic in or later must intercept the foot steps of those who ioI' -
'.':. .t.- j I piping any body. dances or not. T.'ie! Flu of the present administration) before commencing party

': l, ;" ; .The location is one among the most healthy to be I / Judge POLLOCK, has openly offered himself for !'. iMian like the Brigadier Was "spiliu" for a fight who an organised crusade againitt it. maintenance of the constitutional and! legal guarantees -' cautiously turn aside from tbe goodoldand) well Letten -

::4.;w. .; found in country." The* scholastic year (}n!iat"I sale to the Abolitionist, by denouncing the Nebraska at hist found j lc'n1t'n.rIIIY of his ktecl in I lite i-h'iiity 1 j j'occupants : provided 1 for the inititutioa of slavery. I' WSY. anti though I expressed a fear when flirting
- .5 any I : of (:re-moi, mounted his l.or-e th. i The present administration should bv judged) by-
j Bill and by avowing his determination to labor for war | with that bad reached where
first ] in October a This i is one of the most distinct and you you a point DO friend
J. : : ;.:. of one Term, beginning Monday I 'j Nebraska .Sle.l that -smdleth the hattie afar off." 11\* act, and' if by thot-e" it u found to be an enemy i ii unequivocalsigns

: and ending the last Thursday in July. Ell'. K. 11. restoration of the Missouri i Restriction-thus commit. : amid swore in his wrath that he would show these re-1 I)i iI i i to the South, then the South ought to it but of the times and should serve as a warning if 1lyband could extend help to you, I yet feel that s
:" oppose ; f
.f" S LrcKtr is the rrineipal. ting the whole Whig party of the State to the platform bcl Whigs If whose devotion to the Union can nev( r :, warning were needed to the whigs of the south. I generous sympathy should prompt.tbe effortand tiring
I if on the other hand it is found to be just honest and
e ". .'.. I of the IIbr tjouit tll. Take Maine as another exj ,. be doubted" )how to kill the goose tl.at laid the : When the whigs of tbe north proclaim, in the face I pointed out some of your many political siren,

:r. First Gun of the Campaign. j I ample. Here is the platform of the Whigs of that gulden egg." The drums beat the canMi" roared and patriotic, administering the affairs of the government I of the whole country, the cement that hold them together I it shall be now the more pleasing duty to pciot jtato
.5 *:1 tinem Hi was made to shake with the heavy tramp'1 faithfully, and in obedience to the provisions of the
.4 brief. : State, adopted nt Augusta on the 2d instant, by a is hatred of southern and southern institutions tbe path of right, aad oMlre so plain thsi the
C' ; 1 We are indebted to a friend' for the following i of the bloody six" called from repose to batter Constitution then it is the duty of section to f men .
. (j Congressional) Convention, of the 4th District. The every wayfaring man though fool walk therein aM
down tbe Union so long hId the trt'ad- that determined a may
to the first
'. # but satisfactory account of I the opening of the campaign (I together by lather than it. Now what have I II Ii they are outrage
-t..:: "1 .- ; Jtcksonville Saturday last. It will be same abominable doctrines have b"i-n proclaimed iu cry of the Whigs. The oigan forgot, (.Mather it did approve, opm| and to break down the last-when they proclaim this not err." Before proceeding however, to po'ml jou
I, .1 4 at on i I i I l hCt-1I the men urcs of the adminittratinn
cho great present
not "e to remember that ansi chit.I .
other Di!tr5ct : grown people} to the line of it be well to remind of
!: ..: 1t.:: Men that the whig cllnc.1i,1nte'IIS not present as it :,. every I drcn even grow tired of the oft related tune 0 w huh in any wide seriously effect the interests of the I II Vandal purpose in Congress, and out of Congress, in dnty. may you

., Rr. oh'lf-? Tliiit the Slave nnd the National South I The bill ; the territories of Nebraska and in some of your most prominent blunders again, that yon
"$ .-..."' WAS expected he would be. Our correspondent intimates power Su annnh" and even become disgusted with the c, n-I(I organizing public private-when they make this declaration -

It that if it be in order to accompany : Administration, by the course which it baa reecntlv i j tinued grinding of sweet Lilly Dale." The Whigs and 1 Kansas, and the treaty w ill Mexico, are mea f at all times and places, it is not possible to ccn- may have them in view and thus see the necessity of

: i;. necessary pursued and foreshadowed, have manifested n determination I' are more' philo-oj-l.irknowii.g that thev laic .1 lill- :: ures of the present admini-tratii-n ; an.) to both of'I ceive of a continued union between them and the turning for while the cvnp holds out to burn," etc

. ;/ ;" : Oov. BROWN, Mr. MAXWELL will alter his appoint to wit-Id the pvni-cs of this Republic to foster ful heath r, and that it is not heft t-. l lit off all their I I tlne measures the free-pilers "Uti I abolitioniits have Well first scored the administration could

.1' ;: :. : ments. Should this be d-juc, due nutice will be given extend and perpetuate Slavery' ; and has forced I team at once, nt the proper time rallied to hi* standard I I exhibited the most inveterate hostility. It i ill therefore southern nhigs. you -you

of ,: ; ', AS far as possible, of the change.JACKSONVILLE. upon the friends constitutional lilx'ity the duty of I who entered the contest with viwr down, and'! '. but a just conclusion, that if the present administration Men loth to renounce their old party association, see no good thing hi it, and it mattered not bow zeal!

..- S .'.' (lining issue with them and solemnly declaring that without ]Hunp, wiihout display told theM im to is so deeply hostile to southern institution, and : may endeavor to solace themselves with the thought ounly it devoted itself to the defence of the constitutional

1r.::, )- .f Aug. 12. 1854. i Fit'tfdom, not Slavery} shall be the vital spirit that .. tike but hear. There i is in the old i-'.1dir bo'me- .. has so much sympathy for free toilers, as to merit the that while they are ttt daggers drawn with tllt'irquon.laru rights of that South to which you profess to U

.. .. .: : The canvass opened here to-day. Much to the regret shall animate this Government. ,I thing that evinces determination r.nd, W'HMI' the organ '. imputation which the Senfinrl has seen proper to a.- ;. noithern associates on this great question. united by all the ties of inclination, friendship, interest
Jirwlnd That we hereby. declare our willingness discovered "* rnUthat it would have acted in concert with the I i
,r. j"; of Mr. MAXWELL nnd his friends, Gov. BROWS' I; that he had to meet OM Mutt*r (.r Fact [
however ) I to co-ouernte with all who agree with us in set.tnnent.howoviT to the utter(Vkiistrrnation of the blomlv .ix" so lon f frecWilers and\ abolitionists, in their opposition to. there are yet other subjects on which they can agree. or assotiation"-it was all wrong. But a rbaogt

- :' "l'"a.. : not picsent. His place, was supplied tLt')' may have len Ilerc.t fl.re jrf.litically enchanted with sweet Lilly Dale") suddenly, : changedits those measures, and *sieeiaUy| the fUI ntH. But in-i i We tell such that they would do themsehes and their I came over the spirit of yonr dream. The President

.; :: l? O. W..lAu. jr. E q. Mr.1 MAXWELL: opened in aplain distinguished, for the cBtablishnient >f the following stead of this we find the adrninibtration acting in concert -
t tune and ,
,. .: I commenced hiding out the more recent t i j country a grievous wrong. This question is the ab--I had so fully commended himself to the eoc&Ienee! and
1 speech of an bourn Icuglh, anJ "aa followed 1 bv I principle! : tune Jordan is ban! road with the South nnd lining its official |I'owe rnnP
'cj.pt' travel.
n to If I
affections of the South that
and vital
nrbing question. The northern hiis have warm an nnjoanfed
'.2," '."' :;: '. Mr. CALL, In an outrageous personal 1 onslaught I on : To bung the administration of the General Govern- tlwre ever was a set of fellows scared it i i" the piebald influence in supporting the Constitution, and main I
r.-- .: mont back to its oiiginnl 1 prnripl! nf liberty about tRilling the equality und rights of every section oft I t: made it the Aaion"nd' that swnliowa up all other moment, when patriotism teemed to have gotten tie
who excused himself I afterward for his ; gang the Capitol tatcdit the Flori.Jinn.!
Mr. M cou sebyaaying They
.. To ( rods\ ai.il unless: the *>tithern wigs! have determined
p 1 r-* rl'peall\Je Fugitit Slav Jaw :.
; would Ui-ir bends the uiuntry. | mastery of the blinded partisan, did bestow praie
pledge mother's yon
: :; that he had nothing else to talk about He To the every son of to give their. cheek to the smiter mini their
restore of Slavery the administration
: iu with property
prohibition Kansas and
' r- thorn for a foot ball, if Oov.; BROWN the "old man el-.1qufiit' I J Then why charge ln-iip.[ and recommendation, and so prettily was it doc tittt
.h 1-fI.L.; : = indirectly' charged MAXWELL with having done nothing Nel}.rka: ; I ( Would' lily bold his ti-ngue, and they could' ficosoil. ciben' nil it* official nets touching the interests to the sp-iiler. they cannot longer affiliate with tbefrnoithcin the article into lit

,.:-: -with letting things get worse and,\ worse in Florida To prohibit Slavery all the Territories : by their cr as fire' with their Big guns r'nd l little of the South prove the contrary to be true ?- brethren. was very extensively copied meiaI.
llt To reMit the gnus ., *L.. Q-i.. -- .1i --J ...wurageti Ly
acquisition of that Gen. Pierre is !j I
unless : ilo to nr/
.t. S any more territory \Ve not iiretvnd n
\ since his electionc.1 .-regretted the Nebraska i i only startle the .Sentinel I (Him its propriety.' Hut wc-'i'ciieve tnat northern'} .namuton liOunty.
.' g ever _
SLivcitI..iii jJudl! be imhit'itfil- irim any that the political prodigal had returned and that
( rns-
.'h i I.a. fl. a of iij. ... ....._ thnrv ? ?
" J:4-1f. ',. .to excitement, fln saddled: the democratic party and To icfuse admi&tiun icto tbe Uniou uf uuv IIJtlJe'!\ nil nn LngJIrI4Iunfl." I'lIliDe1.l'emrnoLt. III' .Is.c'i. oo'''. ;shouts .l.lt.I II r OJAn a yiten. hut we lieli rvc that the entire peopl* (.f 1! We learn I.y private letter from Hamilton tbat the. on had been restored to her long deserted empire.-
. ''0 ,"'? r' !(_ cnnilMitt ...i&l.J... lespuiioil/illty 111 Violation/ Of blare States ; i bun athia for the democrats, he Tlail"loil.i"It"lI.! !. us the north and west arc ('' ."d to the institution of'. Democrats of that County have nominated lInn I But
c : To abolikh in the District of Columbia I ., lIn.tLut not all free-Hoilers 'I.1 scarcely bad we hogged the flattering though deceptive
: Slavery abolitinn-
i I the rat e they are or
the and
; la ; to eat the cit to the let
a : Baltimore pledges. On this head 3Ir. C. was a rojx.only STEWART for the Senate and DAMEL BILL for
' .:'I-R'. :., To protect the constitutional tights of all citizens them alone and they will hang themselves." i I i-t t. Tlie objection to slavery of those who are unction to our hearts, when Io I the current
Sentinel. His speech caused considerable chuckling to ot"l'r" States j I II j I I ,sellers ab litioni- different the House. Both of these gentlemen are deservedly
.?1t ;. ; going ; |I er free nor w of a nPith-1 II which bad swept so enchantingly and sweetly by, sad

:rlJ. .S nnd stir among )his friends, but it hid the effect to a' 'J'" deprive the Executive of itA control' over the The Whigs oY have I that of either of tbe other classes for while the popular. We regard their election as quite certain which whispered of hope for the future was suddenly
crush 14'i.l Itttion of Congress arid confine it 11 its cc-wtitu- JacksGnCounty placed nomination sonVrs resorting to kind of fraudulent tricks
if.: ." rouse Mr. MAXWELL. His reply to CALL was 'j I nre every I
. 91 I JOHN. T. MTIUCK fir I turned into gall, and over broken precipices aod *
-1':_ J... ing. It took the crowd by dorm, and from commencement tional limita. Rq, Senate JOHN and deception to circumscribe the institution slavery, The Sentinel blunderingly credits an article againstHunter's rug
: : And to make all national offices elective by the people TANM.R, W. M. C. NEIL, and A. S. REVIER for the und prevent its extention beyond its present limit, : t ged slopes, it poured its bitter waters of denimrauoo
I -\t::. to end there WlS\ roar at Mr. C's expene.J .- wherever practicable. the abolitioni-ts are endeavoring to abolish it in the Land Bill to the Richmond Etiqniitr, the
House. We have heard of the names of two only of upon the devoted head of him it had so lately laved
h :'J" .. ..._.; The result, was a triumph 1 which 1 put the I Democrats Slates, and turn loone the slaves among I he white paternity of which belongs to the Richmond Examintr. .-
; Citations of similar Whig resolves from the other the democratic candidates mentioned with its placid and gentle waters. You were called
, ;:d P .,ot high on tbe hnuse-tops. The Whigs gave it up, by onr correspondent people denying u* even the right to semi them off The Emfitiier far from uttering such sentiments .
up free States could be made but their would Truth viz ; to make charges retract them ha
production : fJen. MILTOV fur the Senate to Liberia or anywhere else. But these not the on good your or ,
: of the the Sentinel attributes
1' and some of the leadi-rs tried to get out scrape as to it, has been a I
. S Of. ... to only go further to overwhelm and convict the Sfnli- and CoLJrssc COE Jr, for the House. These are j I opinions and principles' of those northern men who after carefully examining all the acts of the administration -
t made such did of the Bill from the
l that CALL a speech as they supporter beginning.
: : ,: >y saying iicl either of ignorance era design to ptrvel t truth and gentlemen who will bring to their support the fall have stood by the Constitution and the Union, in no plague spot is foood, and the slander of
a not desire. Some Whigs came out openly and said, those conflicts which have
trying through
;Jt 4 t thus mislead its readers. The editor can find no evidence democratic strength and a little over. We have they recently Land Graduation BillHunter's "free totiism" against the President ia still onretne-
'. : 41 We have nothirjj to stand upon, and had as well past.
:}/' ; .' To the knowledge of cr'l'I'l'f1pondcnt. three on which to base his broad insertion. A few stron'hinc.s that they will be able to storm the CJibralter We believe it equally nnjost to charge tIe presentor Land Bill was not passed by the House. ted. But your errors and tergiversations stopped But
your .
'h : L.. quit. papers in New Yoik and Boston it i is trne, have uttered of WIig- tr'y. th &$;:* > r four of them afterwards wcut to Mr. MAXWLLL' and Congress however passed a Graduation Bill, which to
..,*. ?r.. .;.> or a f.iut'oic rgninst mtryinrj the Whig into the J We care not what may IM sai.l of their antecedents. passed, and you looked ia Tain for a single Northern
, "I : ;. Enid they would vote for him. It ix their official acts that constitute their administration the people of Florida, u one of great importance. It
1 p. Abolition but their hare been Whig whose name was enrolled the friends
': ', ; + To sum up the days work tLc result of the disruasion Party objections not Iowa. -by these, and these alone are we to judge of was introduced into the House of Representatives hy amongst

.i''H.::l' ':. more satisfactory and complete than had grounded upon opposition to the Icaditnj tenets of the This Slate! has been reported as electing the entire the character and complexion, of tl osc ndmiDi lration". Mr. Cobb of Alabama, and passed tbat body on the of the Sooth and her coastUaiional right, the parti
( Ij'> was !' the of I 1850i again, under the smart of incult and atnaubs
abolition faith and hence the fiintinrlum find no I Under the firmer, compromise measures san the
sup. Whig and IInti- thaa"h tick 17th of hist. The Senate took it the 4th
: been for. It bad the effect to warm tbe t. Doubtless) so far ac ; .April| up on
J hoped up the Nebraska audi
:1 : i were l'nEi'.tf.IId under the latter of excitement, to the of
) yielded impulse
, ;.:fr, t : : Democrats, and dispirit the opposition. ,j I port for its unqualified boast by pointing to them. Be. j Governor i is concerned this will be found to be true; :i ij i I 1'anamie bill became a law, and l nth have promptly instant and also pallel11t and) by the approval of the patriotism,
1.5 J and in the desperate resolution of the moment,
. I sides, as the Pittfiburg ;otte says, these papers are I but believe that slave law- it has become The you
, h The failure of Gov. Baowx to meet Mr. MAXWELL j we when the returns are all in, the and energetically executed the fugitive President a law. scale of gradua-

'.:..;....; : his he is in number as halt A dozen" to "hundreds." The I Democrats it will be shown have h.-ld their own in I thus while in their private feeling (Gen. Pierce and m as fallows : All lands which have been in market "washed your bands' of the whole farmtiml crew, MI)
.'. ;' : ; may cause Mr. M. to alter appointment!, ad to and II [ to set for yourself a Soothcra aeetkatl
. "T 1 most liberal thia half dozen, the Mr. Fillmore are doubtless opposed slavery was ready up
"I among ( Albany '
the and for for shall be
'"II" I Ix-gislature C"ngn. (lie t"nloeillti ten or upwards subject to at
,b, '. '" desirous that they should canvass the State to. I ami woiM. not participate in it years entry
,: ;.W', very I confcienciously so, : organization. You quoted from the New York He raid -
f has been heretofore the f
Rf tlrr,) quoted *ntitirl I
gether. Yours &c. I by > j candidate for Govetuor; ib Curtis Hates-whi". and from con"ciencions motives, ;yet they tin not seek to one dollar per acre ; fifteen years and upward, ats'menty.five
il1' | article the Southern Whigs w
., complimenting
I.: an
but vhut the difference between its.if'WS and the .
is abolition candidate James W. their against the Constitution cents and at
; \. I. '. nrimes. In the firbtCongaessional set up private opinion ; twenty years upwards
,- Maine{ ? The Jifjinttr that Ihete and! laws ..f the and the rights and opinions 1 the only simon pure party now, and aa a party which
platform are
: !:; North Carolina Election says j District* Jov.. llempstead is the demo-, country fifty cents ; twenty-five years and upwards twentyfive
,r% .. the WLig creed I' of their fellow citizens of other sections. Hence we being disconnected from the Northern wing (which

i'; ; ':y: In tile CUte of use late North Carolina election, the piimary. prmcipW to the extension of human: slaverv'by j cratic candidate; Ii. L. 15. Clark, whig and abolition repeat, it is unjust to charge the present administraj cents ; and thirty years and upwards at twelve was abolitionised,) was truly conservative in Hs hear

;Wv. .: ? v telegraph) must cruelly tortured the Whigs with its 1. 'Ojipoisitiun Two years 61O. this dittrct gave a dfmncratic! majority j with bring free soil when its official influence has j I and a half cents per acre. Upon every reduction the ings. Upon this point you settled for a moment, and

; .; i 'nnt final diaavpo'iutment" The victory which in meant opposition to slavery going into of 1603. (,o\.H. is a Ncbraika'tc and this, may havelotjliira heel employed to carry thronjjh "measures" to occupant and settler to have the right of pre-emption
. : early prOn1ll ell of the and the admission of I which the free.soilers and abolitionists made tbe 1r.O@tl' rested in your wearied and perplexed wanderings
common but belio\. |
; anymore i
'ti 'c..5: any some votes we is t-leetcril. The at such graduation prices until within thirty days -
t them in it preceding
first to jeerus
was at given I.lfff-Lct [ But
. ;, .Jt. : t determined and formidable orpc ition. Our Co- through those labyrinths which surrounded yov.
; J' slave States ; 12t1 District !ii The
. after all that the Democrats kate elected their Gv- whig. candidates were James t I temjH rar," of the Sentinel imposes a formidable task j the next graduation but not to interfere with here were again not permitted long to rest Tab
'Jt tile of the Missouri Restriclion" yon
:".1 .:. rnor and carried both brandies of the lygi-lstuie, 2. Opjxvition to repeal Thorington whig and abolition! ; Hall, democrat. up"n the Whigs of Florida ; they are called upon to any right which has heretofore accrued to actual set sectional organization that was yesterday so dignified,

I. f... 4 thus seeming two U. S. Senators and constituting( u -which int-ani iiKfcy'. I and with the other half safe and conservative, is to day above all things to be
A'or./t of : their forces, uncomprof f
the South to 2C. SO wage
1 } go ; both in this il'trict- lands is to make affidavit that be she
required or
b achieved
'.. ,: ,. triumph greater than ever *>foic by them I liar
llrtJTl the nilmiiiistratioii
*- ruil\iflJ( war against ; and of course abhorred. It is the very thing yon ever prated
S IfJo'I' :3. Oppotition the Pr1oC2IlcnftlcehJTA8ka Bill'1 CuiCAiio; A in.)-In pubuque the !' enters the for his or her own and for the
rwt i ;' i in the "Old North. Huzza! I IBALEWH I ug" : COthty. Iowa, !I ufjaiust those Northern Democrats who have same use, hnnjUfflf
proven it becomes
.I'If' .'f'ol '. -that i is, opposition to depriving Cougref,, by the operation whole -nHKratic) tiket i is t.-I'lelll.y um.ijority oft j jl.r I tlfnisclvca honest and faithful! to tbe Constitution, purpose of actual settlement and cultivation or for the against, and therefore necessary,

' J .1or.; Angnst II-II (,o'clock a. in.-All the of tl.e" pI iu ?' ountie in the State heard from 'xc -ptin tIll following I has use of an adjoining or occupied by him
: o iinty given Tlnirinpt-.n f'rI sumlere whom washed Zeal
free yesterday of.
whig. :
And the result of such is that the you
Wiluiot Provides and very
thus a course
to enact to revcnt combined -
., : McDowell, UunconV, Cherokee. CaMwdl Hay- power j> Congress Ii majority of 1 IS'J, iH-mc a of or herself and tbat, together with such entry he or
Whig gain for sodden
forces of free-soilers and abolitionist of this
: the malting some excuse
' ; wood Hyde(, Ueitdersou, Jackson, lUcoii, Kttlieiford. Slavery going Yuuth of 30. 30 J 2t2. Grimes for (! hai consisting purpose very
;i I :: whig, o\enior. I ISO majority of the Northern Whig tho free'soilers and abo- she has not acquired from the United State under the
:-I'iR .' 'I Kicbtoond and Davie.Brugg's party and unnatural turn-a-about, you copy, aa evidence
, : 4 f' i Now, these principles" the Rfghi.tr! says, are heM, and the whig senator nud two vhig reprcrtiiUithcs liti<-in.ts, proper, who .In-longed!( to neither of the great provisions of this act more than three hundred and I North
clear gain on Tierce's majority l.fcOO. eled.d-lI11 of reaction at the aa article from lbs Albany
whig gains.
1 ,( ; Coleman hns beut n W<* dfni badly in Buncombe. Iy all the Whigs of the North, and why, it inquires, particH, and the free-soil and abolition democrats, will twenty acres. This brief synopsis of tbe bill will give
in which the off tie
editor to
The New York Tribune i i. : Register object* kicking
1. isuc. !
nf'Jlrchw"if'c the make the administration in the I I
i common carme against
. This is an unexpected Democratic gain. hould we merge tle Whig iuto a new party, \I'n !, a fair idea of its importance. We shall publish the.
2' J1J.. Madison It t. iys-" Fiom Iowa the returns indecisive.Wo North and Wc,t, and tbe Southern division of the : Southern Whigs, and uniting with all the ftf-endtat
gave Bragg near 300 majority. is whose creed is all that are "
here one already organized i I bill itself in a few days. The Union remarks- -The
1\ I 1. !J.- Garland. Democi, elected from Haioey-another think the contest has been cl<*(. M yK8jiri\\ -. Whig party will be clown upon it in the South ; the i I the North, because it would not change tacir principles.
: Democratic Is contended for" by the advocates of fusion I Hill probable result of which will be the election of a free- passage through both houses of tbe bill of Mr. Cobb,p "
unexpected gain. ted and Ii, "* to already a
fur Opposition shivery waa
! frijjtary
t can only pc a good n-bult.
i i'f- .; RALEIGH Aug. 11.-12 odoek, !.-Old Lincoln vc will let the Iirgittrr speak for it!clf; and we call I ( soil Prcbidtiit which would inevitably destroy the of Alabama, to graduate the prices of tbe public hinds, wfitf
: Our of the Stntmtl principle of the Whig sad thcrefcre,
I neighbor will party
find whatever the
5 1. jruin. by
: : gives Bragg special and to confine the benefits of the measure to actual I
..1 r.i; r.;. The Scuaie' ".llltandSO Democrats to 20 Whigs. mouth piece of the "Silver Grays." For the better may be the result in Iowa that there Yo iiI he a large, Hence wu are in favor of Union and cooperationwith union with abolitionists and free soilers woukj "
of tbe
: settlers' will be regarded as one mOl t
,t&7 The Houte of Commons will etund 63 Democrats what follows will I w.und democratic minority iu that State with whom tin National Democratic party believing. as we justly more permanently the principle, it wovldI depriti thr
understanding we thatit !
session. It embraces
the full
it is the of
do that the Southern
only policy Whigs can important ] foot*
: toS7 Whigs.Madison it will be "a pleasure and dut of the aid of Southern "Waijg eo operation
1:1 .1. ftr r party
the SouthrnDemocracy
'q .iv': Ha)wood, Macon and Jackton to hear in only in States where the Whigs arc in the HHcen- I! ) safely pursue if they desire to preserve the Union one of the prominent features of Mr. Hunter's bill I, and with the
\ to J i1ilLte and act. After the Northern dud the of the South. rjing out these "primary principI V
from. .lane)', as in New YOlk and Masoachu.-ttts[ that op- rights which was lost in the House whilst it shows an I
I' J.J appreciatiou of the rile -
and! abolitionihts shall notice thus served purposes
Whigs base cxeittd their publicly on you
y. is made to a fUl ion. lUucc s the
t ..t position aj Rrgi of the claims of actual settlers which is ii
.54 Ur utmost in the free States to destroy |lbs} Democracy, Attempt to Repeal the Fugitive Slave Law nn to whkb you were to dedicated, you copy it M
I.d Madison County. accordance with the popular sentiment. Graduationand
: :,. what it 11.ft"ill constitute the Democratic and On the vote in the House Mr. Eliittli I, evidence of a returning sean of right, wd BOW tiat
$ r. MAWRON Aug. 11, 151. For the Whigs cf the State of New York to surrender Party yesterday, on the security of the rights of pioneer settlers 01 o barrastsd If
the True Constitutional Union Party" of the ( application for leave to bring in a bill for the repeal see the administration opposed and
their you
y&v The WhigB late placed a fulltidu.t iu the field,,i and surrender vantage their gr.mnt.tftndlln supremacy to their this organization palpable country. I of the fugitive act, the Democrats rallied to u the public lands have lung l been prominent object tsb all the hostile and anti-slavery el enUof KewTe*'

te S .a,1"' "ii ; 0. M. Liz: for the Senate.Tn03U4 LAxr.roanand delusion of a new pin'ly would bv the extreme of madness Madness Party. man in support of the law out of pretended devotionto : with many leading democratic statesmen. Mr. Cob because of its independent and high toped aep!?**

I ,' i"W; II.BEviEK tL4s House. I trunt that th.'y will I and folly. There would bo homo shadow of excuse the Compromise measures of 1850. It is natural has cause to be highly gratified that he has succeeds 1 I 1 '

,t. be elected to tolay at home and that such will be the! for it, if there vat .any jtrmtiple invoiced uhirh.it Among the mout striking indications we have seen that that party fresh from the unprincipled violationof in securing the passage of a bill which effects both HiOf Southern rights you exult at and rejoice

jr p !' 2"p 1 Jlot t already a fixed tltinent in the Whig creed.. of party insanity i is furnished by the Wilmington (N. every other portion of that compromise, should adhere yon know that it is to be defeated, i if
the of I ''. MAXWM.Lis
case u these
: many to thin offensive rovL iun of it. A few objects.
10' These advocates of ibu new party, say that they arcopposed (5.) Commercial (Whig.) Speaking of the recent j very on the single issue OutS loyalty to the
.5 ground and will fur him., Elliott's motion
r. th gaining many Whigs go : to the Nebraska measure, and to the repeal I Northern Whigs voted against :Mr. of weees* '
.' vote in Congress to repeal the Fugitive Slave Law because consider it But the position other party, at prospeeta
<71. time iu I they inopportune.
Wishing you a pleauut jour campaign, I of tbe Missouri compromise. Well, irety irhig >nrtnler Virginia Congressional Election. iN
valid against it. Eeeiy : that paper seeks to excuse the Northern Wbigs .bi of parties is sufficiently clear and definite. much rejoice, will go into power os the sials
p. remain as ever, &c. of? Congress lr't'O JIII'tJI. PARKrasBCRO V 10.-The election thi is *
Aug, m
The Dnnocro.lt the Jforth the the Sooth and ker iattitwf
of the
of arc party inj Jacable to
L bee of the Legitlature protttted aeainttit ; tt"j, saying tbat the Tote only proves Tliat the Northern | hostility
1 ha and convention: > fugitive lve act ; The Whigs of the JVotth are op-- District, to fill the vacancy in the Cortffres ioik tl DeL I
DefeatedTU tJt'OI.mfrflfl eIIery.lulu" ,,I Democrats voted to .",tai;, the administration If these be the
Benton with
totem and wad putedto it, and dlIj,: ill repeal. The question has gation, has resulted in time election of Charles L. Lei, to **
5. allied
11i.maIndi''o''ftle *.,,
jrotrllh C three exceptions, and tbat tlie Wbigs voted aminit becu and the will decide is Dem. 600 association by which yon are eo closely
telegraph reports that Thomaa Hart BenUm,, the State convention; mil d. noitnce it. sufficiently argued. people by majority. *'
*' 'S tip to the administration!" This is tantamount toslying between tbe parties to the controversy. South, then I for one,have no such tit, no such ?
thai the
of of tbe
odor GovernoiB&owt
party !
t.s the honest and independent e r .s These advocates pew say ) **
aod tu who betrayed tb. South in tbiicccpt are opposed to the exteuhion of slavery. Well it I that in voting for Me South the Northern Democrats The foregoing we find in the Washington correspondence Missouri Election. eats or uaoclationa, and I thank God that I hat aB

man the State of JVeio Yoi t who data no(r Colonel Smton 1)e/atciul-'iriurnph of the Kite 10 I this South rich.and beautiful
r and Nortbcrr there a tehiy in sustained the administration and that the Whigs Voteayainxt of the Philadelphia Gazette. IU truth we presumc When see innny ,
struggle with the bolitionisU. 1 Who inll not hit ,. A*""
ty vote frothing*
c / nttain
leeti hold llif lomefailh lite South in order to vote against the atrnioihtration remarks the Georgian will be questioned by the gifts of nature, teemiogjsritb a populate*
t Whigs, Las been defeated in St. Louis for H- f I ; and r rrv it out at the jmllf JSvtry intrlliy'\ ST. Louis August 6.-Lntber M.Kennetwbig, ha intelbfc***.
( 1 Such party madness as this is no The of is "clear tsn guished for energy,courage, eoUrpriMand
one. position parties unmistakably
be elected 10 i
; to Coo by 800 majority lilt ucccuor U IWllig. I I nasa knoxt that IH wan can ejice I only equaled been elected to Congress over Thomas 11. Bentoi bOII
rttll the people of St, tli.it Slate whose opinion on thit mlijtct are doubt. by the declaration the Louisville Journal that and definite." The Democrats of the North are the and the entire American ticket has triumphed fa tb is I look upon a teen which sties withi*. 7Bentimeot
Bcolon's by .
repudiation a ful. What need then of new pnrt) ,'"hfU there i iI ii II it prefers the triumph of the anti-Nebraska Whirs to, party of tbe fugitive slave act ; the Wbigs of the city. Rennet's majority io St Louis over Col. Bee of pride which earriea me back fc
,I, Lou .bows bow outifcgeou.lho m r..pr..rotcltheir and in clear sae'stl
ascendencyd abZi
one aheady orglllli/.tJ.I. the triumph of the Nebraska Democrats North to it, and desire its And tonia000. remembrance lb. deja when our
are opposed repeat
bi the
I *"whrs OH t1e Ntbnuh Bill; Itud his meritec I crml it nil that it amtendcd/or II this dem' The legislative relume indicate that the State lfishrtmc rolled bs 1'C
: d'wguised deionninntiou of the find who have for been the braved the danger of JamiM sad war,
thinly political
we men
sUndiug and his rovcicud whig centrti organ yet year .
of Unity
ocrnL bo
should !he a warning to tlw* Kithcrn Whig years 110litiCIL' will very UP
false 'lhn cn WUI Krs. (t" I in Florida to carry its party over to the Ofeat associate*, and still are, of these Northern Whigs wrious riot between the Know Nothings and In tide of insult and oppression whlefc wa p sflbenv.oa whieb

t Hmigbfacc such n IW|, Cullom Hunt, atxl : Uut ( ouju. SuQieiint jilrcady! has birn quote il 1 nppohitiou Clan, or as the editor of tbe Tampa kotald -. seeking the wtes of tbe Southern people. We find Irish i.i progressing at 'the time this despatch wi I' dared be fre. It is a sacred l lw Iegscl
a'ic.J' l .itU e'j'wl' ) tuatuti'y, Ut Iw w La U iI "
"bo to OJH>;C tic j11tjqitc; uUiii.j'U'utht part cf tli 1\ (Cut! tjyn'i) cxorc:.c8 it ia auotbcr culunn thcui denouncing tbe administration and Northern closed are boudd to transit nntwdaW 'P"

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in our tnidfit, 'vubr> fjonpret Mirnnnpy that *w merting xvas h"M. Ttwn' r.'Wud'i egto2 1: >re a ,ouia.r i/i> //. tlu>n n srnlJrn>xporor o"enin T j A Great tif' Tal- I 4'ajrnf'

i; tht blood iruich warmed y well attended by citizen* from the adjoining) iufotmatkin has been revived in thin cliv. '8TB Vfce fnCitjieJ tu beat to c-'/./. )pro-Iuc) ** aa injjittmition! ltiil l in n
.ub..eriber iat ndJng to moHo fW West. of-
n Peei"P
of the W'ICTB of the revolutioa, qt in !hose Cow ty. all -wbotn'gnvp uranN'I.b h14Ie.it.fh.ri .; crg : *.. that \nitft sod uu rjry nnawTo"f! *'w 1h,v-i'? w-f ek*. if ij *H. h? vr slip died of La4ty T Iii, 8O c all 5uiods'slit ; .
rl* y | l<-'e"y to thc iW ripfion of t that tafcrn frr-m M..Lte--I;{ )NMl'TlN. Fi.rni; troubled with e.UlL .i fer* far wle plantation, rv lainaig acresnf d fay fur r..iduug 'bIIA.s and thirlyays
| I" '* t'i1: that rrometliLin fire for *bek Of with ril h bis stock vt about SDO b l of Cwttle.Ro per
j a to oul land **
|i-tTR proper epirif our great en- .
b carry iima Vy Ma] WarJ's Msro; Ins bet-it found ru-arChauav. wilooga. it ei>n!(>Uint. w,' would refer to the a'lf. itwement n w ibn** livig in tkNptrv or .un OT>d.r.fr
*iA nerved their .irms, end r* jt t rciu'y to lie down rptise-the juonerr io internal itispiorruiciit InAjiii '{f.'irnpaf'e. with n w nttcn note in the buggy. >nrrp the u'-ide ->f this |>apir of Jndon'* Chemical F.x.'m) lM-aJ of Hc m. or nioroL, ;All tU,. ropa now jrrow- T ow. wit be abut); dIiusJ. 'lA r the 1st August

tb lame political: fold nnd imln'.ge a political union S From all that I have seen jn connection with : I <'sting the finder to bike can-of tn"i! jme imliflj tn c: of -Cherry and Lungwort," wbkh M said to !-' A 'i,toHMsfite of Com.HontflniM Peas Potato awl Kitchen*,and FixM FinniturtI *'r. *1- pelt. -.1
10. ailed f.'r bv the nnr. Thi* indicates that the ijoviblp with Ik* Albany Register and it* kia- H., I )have the etrc ngr st assurance that Uiis work rill negro tins awful dwcase. a Bargaaa By ,
1d ( taken the through Tennessee toward freet 't Calm the i1laellalltheabo'etteteTt great THQ. .L ti
rnau- a > i itite. e great remedy fur all diseases ot i the &aetzy.
Jr4 to tl.at mnn I must *ay, 7>I /. t completed at no distant dty., Our cription at j Pr : instead of the route via i Charleston. Our I h. ir. ['Pr 'dl them separate. Persona wanting food rargaim, July IS. ISM. $1 '

ra'>!* J'.v: )hate *Tuur ciiujs crowded on Thy ri r'r rnt i> sufficiently lar-re: t> ant horize lie tied F nrfireclor 1 Tennessee eotrmporaries will please note the fact' I will do well to call ami examine the premise very INer- S -
__ soon, or they mar miss good bnrr wi*.
fQ'Dv t* 1U tVi riv n t< 11 n-wij'nuiuiu'u, ot iiiutftuiii\" I Pi) *. under the act of Assembly, Kiiig ahut iX OBITUAEY.l IlENJAMIK CYKD.

w .im1 Vi'U |O the ptl'Jl iif tlutV. 4IIJ iIiI vU. hull) red dollars to the mile, aud thw tili' the Mr. EMTOR-.Ornithologi-ts tell us that the Ostrich, Waknlla Florid bmbr pm. .iir'4iof -
dnrinj Fort
F' ,
Ii* ) l at her Stnnsbury. Cnunty
tan < Falhrr's residence, in Monticell" this .
one ti. that at t' n ;MMtm.Ma General .
.)UI f1l' fu'ni the Iiiiig''s of itl1nt L of of 'ben closely pursued by the hunter, frequently Uiru't* 1854. tf 31
nee the 5.
of Augnt
many \vta thy plantt i r g that viciny j
g f&r iI h 7th August. 1854, Mrs. JOEL A. T.WES HA', A Mnbljt pflie tioi> will be n> i.-for.s>CWft.rto
piiel I 3 III )*i owed. The JeniurratrtvU't' it %h() have given a 8unm Eeq, iii.
Ic true natiouul paity. It has lately on': their return in autumn. Oar ptirp.we in conctruct- od. The silly bird then fancies tt.efleid.) m-re-l .h elstyenrofLerae.! f : month* after date. the nn "*r'ign.d. adminbtra- and Of Rhlr.d $! '

through a sifting and purifying pnK8S l>y which jugiu this; toad, is to afford facilities to thoeciho) live ninded of the nreof the Ostrkh l by reading WXa>mnunications SIX of the eUte Thomas Mills, deceased, Iat of Auguet5,1SZ4._ : ._ SI'Administratrix9

gnC in fi hv onreliable inhtrml M rither gone or i the adjuiuing Counties of 3'ariun utnl Alacliua to in tl.e Florida Sentinel pretending to Died, in this city, on the flth inst ELLA XAII% (GadIen i infant County. Florida, will present I Ii'f fiinIseeotfrt Notice.LL -
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daughter of George W. and borate it voucher to" the Honorable Judge of Probute for
fiom A. EdnjonJ-
that wlIK-rnesM some Madison and Mariannaie
trntrfit to of theirlvaluable pertivcly. They
jwlitic products to the
arry nearest and
fl tiite most eo n. aged 7 months and 25 dayc.G said Ccrsntv, and ask to be discharged. pertooa baviof demand against tiuaeetate< t>f
.Din irlieL J*>ur Northern fiiouds are Instituting.__ p pint on tire SL Johns where they) mnv ire both, however, from the pen sad confuted brain "- O. B. 311 J.LS. Administrator. I'. Will ram S. Fwelas4.Iate of Leoe Coonty.ded -

It.ii to tbt party thAt the Southern WLVj* ,ohon' *. chipped to the Atlantic JXTU. It i ia ma'ter in [oi the editor of the central organ. There is no doubt Ragging Rope and Twine. Aii rn't 12. 1S34. T.2 6m c will take notice that th*y tJT5.1I'tL.flo S

tbSi.v1te thC Tl1 tj1 ahi; the Suuii : rhieh the State has n deep interest, for if successful olracticnblo it. He has merely thrust his head into the sand. CNSY BAGOTNG t the undersigned, adnMni tratnx of
$11! G UTTA PERCHA WATERPROOF GOODS. authenticated a.i the law directs, or thi notice will k*
( the V.i''i'l'5' ttr3C ti e luucli tallied "jinint-i it must add vnnly lo the \alue' of tllt! large l >dies of but hat failed to disguise bin "binder part The lest qunlity Kenlncty Hope, TRADE MARK.XTjyJjN. plead in bar of their reuen.andaUpe.-soiaiadebtett

rtiu iri :j Tr.n'J'-f; < *
I iif ". niiUrtsy lay down mrJittul in their COL- ten pkted route. It is a mutter of importance, IIMo l Florida is so neatly dead, that a little pumping of wind IV. I54. S.1 fit (i.A J. MCGINVHS.; payment to the noderAigntd. or to Jea* M.Robertson, '

IeQtot"* nuf JuJli. '"J this' opinion I suggest, not on piy t t tBTWiP'"rtcJ the Slate, from other consideratiuni. If sutet'wful, j into it" iX'llaptcJ liody, after the fashion referred to, White Lead, Linseed Oil, &c, mT Agent SARAH JESSE FOREHAND JL ROBERTbON.Admlratnx.Agent.Auguat '.

) /> rf'Xif, nor 3 et upon the opinion ':t i1) give ai impu! v to the eauv of( internal im-I is allowable. Pcimit me however, to bay, from a >URF.Whi'eLcad, 6. 1854. 8w SI :4i;

(1i_ ./. Leon County leudlug; Whigs, wh.wc I..irovcroffnt in our State in which < -.cry p
tL. WLJsj; to tIc true I unit ultimakly It 3 tint there i in no port of entliuc.iatn confidence am icc Linked flit, 700 Acres first rate Land for Sale.
a. fIU party Demociucy )pai lioipatc. t u tn.! a p
: citlnr. Puttv %% iIjd"an"!! Ac. f/HoRTH AN1ER1OA\\ MIE Subscriber offer for sale ha Plantation .
the Whigs n ; The former will most Ijtug ,
c btve ctruuec% J. but tie ttren?tl cf oth 3cjr of vitid importance in which v e believe i i& involved prohabh -ALSO rj There '
ten and a half miles north of Tallahassee.
; ird IwJicg wbig (opinion lu J.tu.t; j crtioL of tl nvt only our money to the e.\tcutofoui rneaoa, give our candidate foi Coiigrces, Mr. M.wu.z., n1 Uuminj' Fluid. L.s, tc for sale'! br ((4G1JTTA PERCHAft are! in the tract, seven hundred acre of M good land 's ':

c.lIt Oua only I have space iu llu kitu-le to give : but the succt-SM also of this gluiioiv: cuiise for many majority of her vote, and no intelligent whig theie Aug. 19, 1S3I.; S3 f.t G. & J MCGIXXISS. \] a.' can be found in the State-SOO cleared, and the

% v fsd here J 'tate the plenuv tw call to the UnJ years It come. \Ve Ihercfi'ie thu.L we may jiihtly will di pnte what I say. As to Jackson. I state what Balance in wood. On the premises are a good DweU
I know to be a fact that both claim the Fresh Groceries. \ COMPANY JoNEWYORK hug house Gin IIoui and Screw wilL cabin .
County. )
parties negro ..
(n ul kuown in Middl nuo Eiist FloiiJa as n nun r-laim the l iIi! f wi)' )hec (nothing iu<.|.-) of our 'ivcuIbv.vi iud all other out buildings. To '
received this
There has been a large increase to the democrat JUST from New Orleans, per Wild a good purchaser. ,
titsitnts, vrorth and energj H WLig, oud oiu a Iib tl iliJJle Florida (friend p ." is a rare opportunity. Term made easy. Addres i' .

r1..4e ut as to liavr received tj} <> nroniict-iidntiuti with strong hopes of success in October. Besides this.Gen. Wiibush Ilnnn J. ELIOT. .
( r. Du.t, 1:
of the Wliig* of Eat IT la a n randiduti* Eq. 1 '
Jon\ MILTON, as I learned during a rcccut trip Clear and Ribbed Sides, tS&MLJRp June 10, 1834 23Executor's
I 1 Coigieie. I Mlude tM \\'nn fmn, lq thr-
j East Florida Seminary westward has been nominated for the State Sent, I( Shoulders. Rice Lard. & Rittice. '
T1I.tei editor of tl.* Tiinij.a Hi-ial.J. He has liatii icanopy't Extra and Superfine Flour.i '
4..IeI1Urftily above the nairou limit* hi--h coi.finod The animation of this thriving cnme and' this will bring additional votes to your Congre ,i Beef Tongues. Lemon" *c. PATE! A LL person ha.ing drmanda agahwt the estate of :
jiunal rtardard-bearer. G an. M. will no doubt active1Iv Aug. 19. 1S54. SS HCOR 1C JT\_ James M.Willinni. late of Lena county, drc*..- '.4. _
: !1SS .t SCOTT.
(.n Wednesday aixTThursday. tin -!GUI and 27th it i
)U political horkon of the mere puican, and in UK ed. will take notice that they must present"them us
Medal of World Fair and Gold Medal
l the County, and wo to the man who
furci1 of & principle of patriotism trhidi patent* | July, to the entire satisfaction, ab fat as we could learn, canvass I For Sale. niGHCST[ Institute awnnle! for the** good the undesigned duly authenticated witbin the tint '

1m nt once a lover of the sunny South, be discard* j of' all concerned. The patrons ind community, to-1 ine. ts him on the buitingx. Col. Jtssr. Coi;, a young !i 0 A A GUNNY BAGS suitable fir plekiuc Cot- WAREHOUSnOFCO, 102 BROADWAY and 1 prescribed by bw, or thin notice,will be plead in bar

i:.<2 irpudintcs the Xorthern \Vbige, aud all that vanil gether' with many from the count, .. were in attend- ,' gentleman of education nnd popular manners, 1m : \JI ton. HODOKISS ASCO IT. PINE STREET, where may be fonndiulta of their recovery, and all persona indebted to mid estate u
The crowded audience the exeicJRcs been brought out for the lower House. You niny'rest : August 1?, 1831. }vS are hereby notified to make immediately pay
1 crew hld together by the primary prinriple auee. throughout ( Pertha Goods in Great Variety, meat to nndenigned. ..
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K'id come* out boldly for union \villi the nnti'iual De- gave' evidence of more than ordinal pleasure and sat assured, sir, that the fumocrat.of Jackson will || Tax Collector's Notice I Far superior to any other Water Proof Good in the JHOS. J. PERKINS. Executor. '

hear hm "Tb rote uw.n the fiction at the proceedings. We l.nve been at eeveral teach the letter-manufacturing editoruf the Sentiliel tLatj market, comprising many desirable articles for Export Julv 15.1851. 8w 28. :.
tnocrary. :- passage ,
now ready to
j do not battle for the fjMiils. They leave JAM receive the taxes due by tax and Trades iu of Coats Cloaks
they consisting
l exhibitions such part ,
f Uie? fbmska and Kansas bill, OB the Iat of th.-ce of a similar cha.racii ir, but never in all t ton fr the present year and be fouud al-! Country Notice. :: ..
niny I'ouche Overalls. Souwesters
r life wcie we pnscut eta UIMC ]1 ignoble warfare to the place-seekers of that party toj the .tore of Nt'QQrS. I Leggins, Caps Camp
acted the Na- interesting .
Lave been at
irs? meaaarrs on by one. ways Hodijki! A- Scott. I Blanket hone Cover, Carriage Clothn. Piano Covers. "OT1CE i is hereby given to all persons baring eJaiww
Vioual Legii'lature, bao fully decided the questi.-u IP The. 3osing ladies aid young po.tlemcn. girls ndlboys. j whom Randolph ascribed the possession of seven 1 The law nmke it my duty to collect all taxes dne Fire Buckets, Travelling B c r Surgical Articles,, against the estate of GrrfTin M. Fletcher, lately ..

\V Blind; of .very candid and unpreju Jic-i-d Southern rcxWted gteat credit both ,!i themselves and principles-five l"avs and two ficJie. State and County by 1st iWember nzt. I therefore Steam Packing and hundred* of other article deceaoed. of Gadaden County tii prwent them to tbuwlcmgned .

JB, that the Northern wiug of the Wki jjarly in their!. teacher The rapid prol.jieuev tb*>v had I ouimot; t close without .Baying toyou, that having mixed date.trust that there will not lx one deliwj'ient at tliat Tj, Me grwxln are free from unpleasant odor, very r Executor within the time prescribed br '

t; eily faitklesi to tht South.'' Iu felcctiag bem)ftt in tIe various branches of Hi ir studies proved ciuch with the )J.(4'j le, 1 rwl tl.. m tired of nt.eiii-,! At. ust 19, i8.' &. r.3; L. C. DEM Tax Collector.ILLY. tenacious,pliable and elasctic.not injured bv fatty sub all low.those otherwise indebted thin notice will be pleaded in bar; and :
stance and unlike India Rubber WILL NOT DECCMPOSE to said estate are requested to make ;
;*f.eD the two alternatives (farming a eectionol southTU conclusively that the system of insi i uction adopted l by> ting in the same (mliiica! fellowtbip with the Xoith-, : AND BF.COMESTJCKY ; are CHEAPER payment immediately.

party joining the Democracy,) we do not hesi- the teachers is one of the light fl.imp, and not sur-j i era Whigs. A union of the people South with the : BAGGING and different from any other Gutta Percha made ZABUD FLETCHER Executor.

lute to choose co-operation with the i.aticuul democrat- passed *>y any faculty iu the laud Thursday afternoon long tried and sacrificing Democracy of the North, Bale Rope. Twine and Salt. in this country or Europe, and July 1. 1854. 26 8w : .

i 'The issues devoted declamation i' I have found to be generally desired, and nothing pre- the above articles will he Warranted to Stand all Climates '
; party lending upon Lich the prcs- was to s nd rending of corn VJ.AGREstockof kept .iJ'udison Circuit ( ,urt. Middle Circuit of Flvrida.
dutlnclwug tbe finest !1 vtnt# thi* union but the selfish desire of leading whig __ the whole Fall and Winter from Fall Itfm. 1S5-L Attachment
fnl party Lave-cxitted are long eino.set- pofiitiuns- ej>ccnmrn> of which we e er had CERTIFICATES ptrwns who have tested Sum saorn to. -

llfd-tbe conuQy loa aequwsced iu the ileci iiil1. 'I the pleasure of listening to from minds so youthful. 1 for the emoluments and spoils of .flice. The people, season in the city., nud s-old We as invite l liiw buyers by us ns to by call any and ether! tiec House be- the g'-ods may be; seen at the Store of the Company f4056 78-100. ...

and the ii
joplc are satisfied vrilb the disposition ianire iii for the e' .id c-f the country, and this th\ Aug.-t f. IS1. Dealers are invited to examine these goods before and(t t Ormond partners, using the name tf.E. and style of McNaugbt 1.

I:if m." For by an union with the Natiobid: Z).-nu- closed, %\ith an audti-ss tni Kilucutiuu, firm the have beeoine sati'-fit-d ean )ie-t !' secured by "wa lring -I' ) purchasing Orders executed el-ewhf-ru.) to any amount, on short notice.CAUTION. .Wilmot Walter,George IL Walter and RJcharJ T. .. *

t acj, they ((the Southern Wliig?) will encourage rud i'nncipal) Rev. G. J. Arnow, which wan in good keeping their hands" of Northern Whlrrcery atid by n sinvre 1 rr KEGS on hand, ant f..r sal" IITV br .-Ua e imitations made of VarnishedIndia l Walker. Merchants and Partners, using the name and

foster that noble and patriotic ppiiit in tiliiuh the Nor- with the balance of the eseieiM*. The Board of r rnstrtietioii co-oporatiou with the National Demrera"y. I wa i I ftP hEIR
i\ern Democratic mfajliers of Congress r.ctcil I is conir-osed of th following indivi'lua! ''htiuckwith a renmik made by two strong WlJrs'' _10. 1 T-l. r.? Therefore purcii.isers tbtmld bear in mind that alls gm n- } Defendants and all others interested will take '
rpon _ _ JL notice of the .
utile gaioth are stamped with hip trade murk of the commencement of the aljove suit bruttachmect -
ic pa-sage of the Nvbraska and Kr.twns ]Dill.? Hr fJi ev. GconcE WAT&OS, Jr. and Rtv. Gros<.E J. Ansovr which renel-.p'l tne T\hi1- in your city on Tur
u H truth and patriotism Larmoniously blended in Associate Pi incipal- ; Rev. T. **. GALDxrt, A<*- } wh'gwere; from th* eoijr.trr. nn-1 were talking FEW BOM-; for sale bv : :>. 'Z1.; 81 6m. Pres'L N. A. (;. P. C->. plead to the declaratiou therein filed. ..

S 9 cu* ii11 lr.! SMITH projios to s'ai.d by those of four 1ant. nnd Mis. HAUHIKT HALL, Preceptress Wei pol'lic with H democrat who rrminile l th) < m i-f th
: friend* ? <*!'. vho Lave brea-te-J the tturrnof't i the institution very fortiiuate in being nlile to recent "c.-me out"f Col. SMITU-a gentleman with:, Auut <>, 1 l'.',!. _s:: Dissolution of Co-partnership. ISM. 29 FWn'tiffa'Attoriwys. ..

f.& itici m, rnd to cut lose from oui enemies. But J Jjou procure the Jib<'ve n rp 41f ttacheie, all of whcm ni* whom they were personally: aoijuainted atul fir whom Wanted, ,1 'I 1 lIE undersigned co-pat tnership an the heretofore firm of Long existing t Savage between, is ti the iseiav DR. LEWIS,

; propose} to tntid t>y our cu.-mjcp. tn-1 1.> exult vcii k.u mail ti hil.li they both entertain H l.ile regard.: They -emed am. nrI IRT) OTl! SALT "niHS ; al-o. Otter -; dissolved b1' mutual consent.iLA.. RESIDENT DENTIST, -

*ith) them in lllPVr.9. Kit c(if{ crutLIf.g nur friends Inhe ('Ofl'hj..1j. We- woiil' ?:r.v. f-r the frtti=fnMion: ofihf pn-e.1. tn l immediately evclairn.l.VelI, if If hn? and Der Skin-", for which) the )hc'h. t LONG. TALLAHASSEE. FLA. : ..,'1 :'

t name, of all thai !1' sacral to fuv. friuani fiii'iidf lie M.L'fJ 1. 1 jhitt it.-lii.Mict-s ore in apondeoiiJiiii.n. j cnie out, there] must be "otnclhinjj) in it." They (hen nmik.'t prii e will) be paid by HEIR RU&T. J.1.K.SAVAGE. """S now inserting Artificial Teeth.ou thu '

}' mor-in te twine of the WeJ anJ ic.jin: South. Thea: fnl. !I v..l. *I. HLMJUV, made afjll j lI a-ked to f-ee a paper Containing the niticle p hli-hcdhv Aujri-t I'-, 155t. S3 Augn't >. HM. 21 new and improved principle,. with .J- .

f I &sk if there i n party in Honda T\-liich IK psepnren I JTiTthisl : .I tif.4CteaV Hji-xt.: lie i is again in the fuid.aoil L vou from )Ins f; ]> n. and the gentleman with whom University of Louisiana.lJDIcA1aDEPRTM1NT.. Fresh Groceries itiuuous gurus from one tide'to the *'c* -
without scam or crack, leaving te> pI.ce4n IB* **
Win. IL 1'ettcs from New Orleans
Am ilaLoriugiiitdornCH-ntallcilvcitii.tii-ti. ( we h"j> that thr- fri ..ii'e>f education wb'TC'hrmay ( thev were C"i.vci'.pfj: 1'tr'mi.i1 to '.LtaI R rripyor.r \ 1 f : 1' )ER :;u bh'Extra! Family Flour. lodgment of food, thereby rendering tLeoi jyfcctlr ? .
.f is it true that portion auy p ;) } : opertla2; give nr *< draw tlie rword and : not I nrr. uube! to I n-fvr ll.I Department no as to defy detection. He will attend to all r 1U m \
prepared nj.irst thi-ce fiienJixvlw v. n. aTo'i hiu argument* tanirlUt- and tran-* en or say. tnrielt : to > 1 Hill j 25 Ca."ks Uacmi.Z ,
e imni< nee on Monday. Xoitinbvr I loth, and Middle Florida for Full Setts. Thwe -
have etf>od by Ub iu the iiaik h<.nr t-f err trial. ;portable i i'i piif<
&n.I l made ihemtelve yKirii! <*nl rnffrfjio fur the dt"fcnerous enn'er. We i'd iunn\ .-_ a'roiir; whiir: wlu jar-pcrly; fnlighlc-riMl, (take the a- > ..Titif M. D, ProfonQ of Pra<*H<*p of Medicine. 2 10 I'M K-c*Lard." He will warrant, in every instance* satrafMtion, atkt ." '"-: *T'

of our rig-IiUf And J i'. it tree that ti !cn tL great i 'Our l. >ru i* reu t bi* alarg 1 I. to moet the rapidvirrnwing tlarm: Mid promjitly wash their Lauds. J. L Ri.1,1-11. M. D. Pn4eM.r ot Clu-n.Mry. '.'ii Illile. Me- Fork, prices to suit the times. Terms Cash, or when calle< .

Irff .oi! army of ilte 2*oith) shall mr.rrh to tho poll!* wiiiit f>f the community ni.'l fn1ntrs vh. hwe I TRUTH. Wrtren Stoti< iL 1)., Profisr of Surgery.A. 20 Whibkev.S. f.r. -
11. CVb .-. M. I) Profess of Ob-t"'tries. June 24 So4. 23Rice's .
d there blot out our fiieiiJs. that *}le SoalLwn win have isnJt naken t.t fi rve iu th) l.ighe A. riii.ru. M. D, Prof.-fjor of Anatomy'. -
r'tbe Ififle party shal! rim
If so. fatfwoll to Houtlwrn, iirlit( >. f'-iuthen: 'brethren. ';ve us hflp. You couM not inveM n j iti"ii I- HuLt, M. D, Profesbor of Physiology ami T TNI"IES all the advantages ef the Walker mat .

iiRlity() and Svutheni liberty. The Gn.H r ill no ofotir ft.ip'iu m<>nn< in n better mt"'*. Ik-f-Tt- One Soncd Whig at the NorthMr Plithoii'fiy. A Mill Wright and General Manager I.) Jumper m one artrcte. As a Jumper it in supe' ,. "

longer prsdenv'r a temple in aho..e inc-IiT divinity we rlo-c this noli x\: allow n to menti"n one >eculiaif : llreekenrid of Allegheny county. Pa, I i.s* Cornelius C. 1 1earal. IL I), and Samuel IV Choppm. NI Wanted.TV" nor in many rcst-eos to any in use, not requiring t' '
j ) Dtzzeiu.tr-.eti'r of Auarmiiy. be fastened met liable to accidents, with sprisCT adjusted -
written letter the
t has a dtnouncing mt ANTED IMJ1EDIATF.LT, a roitaMe
been '
soofutl at, and on vhuee altar .1 bauirioo : 'nturcc L *" 112 cf hi< i !iitv in thai county, in whi .h the South 1' T to t.ike charge of and superintetiJ the building '
l-i-nu laid to a "h-vtile G..d. 1 every pntii-it Mdl! <>verof inc eountiv ; iti i tha'theie : ilo.-id.iy: in October.Tlie of suit.th'f. out buildings btlters. vc, for a circular child in it, and the kast movrment of the child ran- :
The limit allowed for this jitid -la\erv 'n-etc denounced rind tie most ultra niexsurc Faculty! are Vi/itin Phyjiciiim and Surjjoori' sing a moti-jn s<> agreeable that children Will TsrtDfttU '.
oimmuriicatinn Lns Lfcn arc: eo'ietni.tly from ten to ftcm lnncfjcianjuipil saw Hill nt sortie jH'iot on the Tallahassee brunch of
ched. reco'nnu-ndfd to tlie parly, lie of the Char\ ho->p1tal,and attend this institution finni ., in them for hours amused and delighted. Rstrfple Uhe > .' '
T*ft' 1 must defer nrrtH my next any reply toyour Ar'ant'-m'-ijtp nrt1 maJe to invi.tigate th say November till the Plank Koad. A capable person ehainttcr and at HODGK15S
.* hvilie! If the Xorthcrn Whig Party Ehuuld, by a convention ApriL tnJuitrif on!;' need apply t<> hopkins A Meginnis, seen 4 SCOTT'S.Junel7l54. .
Convention-and-Vg-rhequeKtimi notions appliiMti'>n)<. ninl the mot noefsitoin onv are idnii Lt- The Stuilents the IVofes-ors in their 24 ..
from State, the bv vcompany TalUlia; o'r DANIEL JLcVDD Pre.. ,
evt-ry pursue ei>UTi *; l'roPseI &*e, Newport
rcpounded in y mr last issue. t inittfl. TliUs the orphan and tJestitute, otiitfrwie the WhiffH c.f Alleghany county, and entirely cast ofl,j \i-te, aivl. free of vxjKrtiae, en'"v extraordinary practical -
sot nI noN. i doomed to perpetual gnoiaueeare t-ducitfd and sent the Whigs of the) South, the necessary con equenc*b j advantages.i 4 ISO WANTED 5 or 10 good likely negro men .
ArgustlOLh, 1S4. j firth into the w..rlj :ii inte-lleet'ial] and moral Inminaj would be, that those wuu go would If compelled to) i are during the session, about eight hundred _.L-%_ fr working on and about above named MilL, for COLUMBIA HOUSE ;* *
join the ranks of the Southern democrat, nnd than I I persons prescribed f-r daily.Iu which j >odace8 will b s gisto and negroes \\ell ,
j fH-a.! to bless their country and generation. There are l&uS the DUiiil of latients thirteen thousanJ Cape Islaad New Jersey.' .
iirtoent >ne united and uiilfokeu front ; aud although)' >er ( Tvas cared for. A pply as above. -:
Trip to Flcmington. now iu all <-4 pnpiK The eIiKA l will open again onth hut a minority, jet pcss **ing. as kuch, greater poww r' sevt-u hundred stial l fifrv-on" July 2. W4. 30 D. LADD. ;, THIS new and por !Jatfestahlkhrt&it is ocv ;:, ,
i i i'j
.- third Mondav! S iitemWr. Board be i THOMAS HUNT, MD, Dean f, Ore '
may lii id than when divided as at present, iato two ;iiartie- T rer eptwn of visJtdfa. / .* I '
]'*t1&, AuK 1 1S54. at >10 per nv.ulh, lijjhti and wathing included. ,1 For they could t-.ill act with the Northern democrats.I: I i _Ail-rust_ _19._IS4. 3j i Land for Sale. Tbe Proprietor thankful for the patWoag bobas -r--
I i'iI maintain -- ill subscriber will sell st a bnr ain his well so largely received. bgs,' His fiends and '
IEAU R. II. i z even a greater pre]>oiklciancu$ in the assure tbe : t d-
Si-flacing recently taken an excursion 110WRHX. ;affairs <.f the nation. 'i'i thing can iiieient thU but ; Notice. kuown tract of land containing ICO acres on the public, t hat the HOTEL in every drpdrtment will U .. v .

iuto the sJ'o"ning;, Ciuntieto, attend a Pi ik Road *-WJJUILAS Our Rev. the rumple.:** f.i*>ion (if f the Noitheni ocniorrntie party I SIX' weeks after date the under-ipied will apply to Ocilla river and known as Sandy Ford ; two hundred kept in a style RTirierkir to any previdil' season. Us. ,: '
J. M.
sr.eeticj at Flenr.mjtan, it may t.otbe uniut<>rei-tin'T to agent, Hendry, has made with) the v'I..i!, !, u'xilitioiii-tp, natito, know-ni thinjj. I HoiuJn-liC" of Probate fur Leon Cuiiniy fir acres of whM is hammock, the balance piue. of which baa been introduced. Into 200 rooms, llassler's &... -V.brated ..- *
a full rejtort uj> to tho prexent time, and it bt.iig l lotteni' of administration on the estate of Williuiu Jcokiiiis hundred acres are cleared. A new store home orchestra lias been '* !
yo'j to have a brief vkt<>h of tkat |>irti<.n of the Stutc I tie.: ( w, u prohibition which cat riri* nl nrdity <*n its | one engaged"delusively for tin'* ,,' ,
with an additinaal remw'k UK .. f-t.tirelv snthf.t'torc : very face. T1IKRK: : WILL ALWAYS BK A DO111VRATIC' deceased, late of raid Count v. ia on the place where a post office w kept, ami is :i hou. cand m'atiy otherarrangenifQt8rhave been miii!.
a* tn impr riunti wh.ch ;I Je'iilvvd, That we rceonuueinl him to the fa\f-ra '((, PARTY AT Til E NORTH, and even'' JOSHUA. SAUXDERS.Auut #;iendiil stnnd fr a public houte and store-j>ersons tending to'the'increased'comfort enjoyment of tl>. \t .

f eem to animate our Tdlow citizens in that \irinity in Llon i.i atJ.jnan'l ro-operatiou of tie friend of the j| i it fiii a minorityn'-ting with the democrats t-f the South IV. IS.il. ;3:: fit ;viaIang: t purchase will apply toSAM. guests. Application for rooms .tjaj be made by a i- % '
regard to iirtemiA improvenjt ft, snd t'ue happy ie 1 1 will) hold the balance! of po'neiif it is the meaning WILLIAMS. dressing the proprietor at Care Winnd, or to the subscriber '.'* ''''

suit* that wmild iitevitHUy ic-llow th fneeess of our : Irritation imd) the public c ,ernllv.. i,} of the convention, that all who profess to 1 be vrbigsI Land for Sale. Sandy Ford, JotTerson County, Fla. l HARWUOD.No. i :

entripiiie. to-wit: a rorrtewjbt Plank Road: frt, n. II. HO WREN. Pros't. j of All<-hunv e Miiity must renounce all party eonncction ''l HE subwcri'>er off.>rs for calc his Plantation Icing July 2t. l$4. _SO_ 17 South ft-3 street. ITjilr.delpbiaH, .

tiii;* place to Jlicatiopy TLi inton T N. (IAUHMR Sev'y. with the Southern whigs, then fm, one, I nolunger J. ten miles Eat of (Juiney, on Swamp Creek. t For Charleston. K. B.-Extensive t bSng on 'tbe pretr.'wes. '
wrig countrv Le I'leir ticket I. under sii'-h eirciitiutancetevtu live hundred in thi. three bundo June 17, 1854. 3m 24 {. -
NkAtoi July 2S, 1b4.Democratic supjx'rt nor can There are acres tract, -, .
tween this plare' and rFIIE Brig MARY ANN Cal>ljx'n Vincent
Orarge i is ,
Spring gcucrallyKXjiine indulge niy preference for iudividuals d of which aie eh-arcd. It I ia aoo lanJk, witk kut f w iduoomenN to nKgruU n. place! (ill it. J vill trait Jr the platform of the be (bund C'misilen County. On the ]>renuces are a i i ii* now taking in her cargo for the aboe Notice to debtors and Creditors. ;. ;
and will sail in all next week For freielii
Ttie Sjwing, the H'ltelffHdtlieit'iinimnglmd'iriefrrve! i Meeting in Leon. Jftn< erotic jiarty, and if it tntctt iy affirobation, I good Dwelling HOIWV. (}io Hou-e and Screw, with evj I port apply to MrNAUGHT d OIMf()5D.or ALL ersfffis indebted to'.the eP.ateef1Jiuy Ken 5
Puiauant 10 trill r/n-r it other outbuilding necessary on n farm. Term passage .deceased, late of Leon '.
k pacing notice. I had frequently licardf Ihi', previous if.tiec a large meeting of the my support. cry Newport, July 22. 1854.; Cooniy.aa ben/ ,k.
Democrats nude C5J, ". Adih.-s me through the Quiney l'o'.tOffice v&iiistatlto makon.vn1nt imur..ihira4a.- fl al... ?
spring ai a pwe -f report far invalid.*, l.ut liad noja 'f Ltoii County nvi-ned at U.e Court { or see me at my residence, nine mile frf>iu ( Fire and Marine Ir.siirance. against said estate m rat he prtswwti in the 4 .

't couivption of h. msgnitud, or of the. runty House in Tallahassee on Saturday, the ith day ot j THE: CANVASS.MR. Ouincv, on the Stage Itoad leading '" Tallahnwee.V. H E Savannah Mutual Tns'irnuew Company imv- time required t y law, dtherv i ise this shf. will ha -

Irampareucy atd inex&vil wkte of its watTH. A < I August, 185-1: when M. A. LONG, Eeq.j wax ra'lletl j MAXWELL'sTiPPOIXT.lIEXTS. \ 1IUDNALLAuu5t1lR5l. T wz established an Ajjerwy iu this City will plead[ in bar erf l-b ir feCovc' v.HALETT.. '

you have it in contemplation to visit the ]East. 1 v take Fire and Marine rirlis on the most favorable BU 1ER. ; ya'

cline at Notice. I IVLL jterm*. Apply to TJ10. J.PERKINS, Agent. Wwriff'anO Exoffieio AJmfwstrator .z :.
present to give yrm a minute dr/trripjj.in of it. Mr. MAXWELL, Democratic candidate for Con July 15. 1854. 28 Sm July 22, 1864. 29 8*
but at the same time most Tli" Chair explained the object! of the mceliug to bo are forewarned from trading for a __ __ /
mpectfuHy re-qncflt of.1 j : gress, will address his fellow-citizens at the times andplares .
J ou, wliea you eome among m, to let I the selection of a candidate for the house to supply mentioned follows .1 of Five Hundred Dollars, payable to An-i Salt.b. Gwynn's "P&tiRactj.iCP1tritgal
your jouruey as :
*xtend U Orange Spring, v here will find the vacancy occasioned by the declension of ikj. Beard. mjstns Fwhor, or bearer, on the first day of January, .' ( (\Sakc Liverpool salt hi good orJer landing. PIMp art FireCopartnership. Ef.
you not on-1 nd dated the 5th of 1864, with
24th day August )
at 1885, )
Thursday ,
August Micanopy; IP j and for sale DAPTED
On motion to
Iy the roost remarkable of the Springs of that cbaracter of Judge Woodward, it was agreed that interest at 8 per cent, signed by Martha B. Savage bysIcNAtTC.1fl' i anj situation; Wftnfled ib power
Saturday, 26th. at Ocala f } A ORMOND. \. certain in '
nominations be made ; said potion! ; permanent te t .e ; and,wittal
co abuadent in | iu Convention Baker Trustee and the undersigned note
our State but open and the Boiling 1
an which can1"t I voting -
28th at Newpnrt.Jn'.vlR5-I. 4t S? low in cost 'that
Monday, Flemington ; __ so they areiSdIy anptsntodmg all
be surpaswd for be by ballot. having been lost cr stolen, and its payment slopped
a oiie. attentive others. !
and TUe'ntJentioo
Planters Is
accommo eaRsd
ROth at Newnansvillc especially
dating landlord, with a table bountifully supplied with t C. E. Dyke moved that a majority of all votes be Wednesday ; Aug._12. 1H54. 32 J. Curled Hair Mattrasaes. to ttseffciefl'yforDrainage.! It iVa perfrtft safe guard ;, 've, '-
Thursday, Slst; at Providence
hatever can tempt the of The ucwssaiy to n choice, which motion was carried.William ; Notice. JUST received consignment, a lot ot fine curled afrainst'ibo ill effects OD eotton and otier pTmfatiou .
' mo< frstid-j Saturday, September 2d, at Alligator; .l hair matlrasses. double or single-very things for of the destructive rains of the So'utlwrn climate '
Iou and with all the o&cr appendage* ucoetsary to I I H. Branch. Emq, and Capt. William Fisher. Monday, 4tli, at White Springs ; 4 PPLICATION will be made to tl-e next General hot weather, which ire will ell low to close.D. Gravel, and other substances A. imt injure it.; It ia .

-nt&bibna.a&, wa* f the corof-irtof tbe goe t is tlx Jr. were then nominated, aud F. II. Flagg and Dr. Tuesday, 6th. at Jasper; J\. Assembly of this State for a Charts to construct 3 LADD. adapted for Steamers, MMtfuTafWet. Miife*. Water .

purpose 'I rf the l>o*. Sneb a Hotel you -will find at j Bradford appuuUd tellers.I Wedresdny, Ctli, at Helleville a Plank Road from Palatka to some point ia MurivuCountv New Port July 15. IR.4. 2S Works for large cities, ifM all t-'iUia'Uonii requiring ,

Orange Spr 'aailer tbe management, control and I The vote was then taken and the tellers announced ; near or Ht Micanopy. Mary C. Bryan, 3 Divorw. In Hamilton Circuit powerful pumps. Sizes'mdnulaifured'of "Bttaa 25 'to .
*upemsian of Mr.Pickensoa. ju pi iopriet.lh j i the following result, vii ; Thursday, 7th, lit Madison ; August 12.: 1>5*. 3JJ, _"2 vs. J- Court, Spring Term 1854. 00,000 gallons ,per niinuje eapnoty, Call and 1xRnti j,
Saturday, Oth, at Moutiodlo; fie l of these facfa.-at'the Office and Warebocs* of I
\ proceed' Weslwardly t't.
jti ) tbelanl. are For Capt William Fisher Notice. Joseph Bryan. JIT
gencr- Jr..O votes. 12th Union Power 'Company 'of U. S No. Si,
Tuesday, at Brcadway. t
ally pine barren, till yon approach Org Lk : 44 \Vni. IL Branch..g Newport; 4 PPLICATION will be made to the next General.J appearing to the 'Co'tirt, by the return oT the NeV Yoik-removed from No. 2'4"itearly6pposlt! j

r large irregular sheet of -water, dotted with a fu r j islands. I- P. B. Brokaw.. . . 2 Thursday, 14th, at Tallahawee"; \. Assembly of this State for a Bank Charter,to be [ Sheriff the Defendant is not to be found! in said Mav 27. 1M4. tm 21.raands : :
is motion ordered that service Tw
Saturday, 16tb, at Quirwy County, it on the :
; with stock not exceeding
witbin its limits
It has located a
resernblanee Whereupon.
a etriking to ;
Micemnkie, I inl declared Capt. WILLIAM FJSHER"jii, was Monday, 18th, at Chuttalwochie ; 5oooocl. ( perfected by publication of this order in one of the pub 'Notic'e.underaigd .
be grasses and evergreens which are everywhere to d duly nominated for Representative, and Tuesday, TJth, at Mariauna; 32 lie Gazettes of this Stale once a month for four mouths) '
1854. ibfo
on L 12, l Lave 'day'entered into .
Auguat a .
*be seen near Ae' ebons. Its area {n I am informed.) motion of F. L.. Villenigue. Eq., said porninstion W06 I Thursday, 21 1.t, at Campbeheiii ; _._: : __ prior to Ibe uext Term. A'partiiership in tZi. 'c.
is about eighteen ruiles in declared unanimous. Fndsy, 22d, at Vernon ; NoticeIS J. WALTS BAKER, Judge. :
by en average' in of the requirements of Jon Faux Clk. C. C. Fla. J.ETAUU.
Capt PMr then Saturday, 2 at Bear-Pen Bluff; hereby given, pursuanee - .
bread tl ofair or eigbt mile In new of tint Lake'I responded to tbe nomination, accepting Monday tUth, at Eui'lieeatina the Coiw.itution the State, that at the next s- July 15 1854. 23 :t7c
the ; _ _ :
1 had tb. pod /ortiuw to cnjnj tbe Lnspitahty of i!r. same ,n a few fitting remarks. Wednesday, 27th. at Yellow River; Mon of the General Assembly application will be made VNDEKnfc NAME kxp BTTLB
McCormick, wboee residence and plantatmn are io iu John B. GalbraiOi. M. ft Papyn sn4 Auustu Friday, 2!tith, at Milton ; fur u charter to incorporate a Company to be styled" Fresh Groceries and Provisions. : "
immediate Fisher, &q &, being verally 5. Saturday, 80tb, at PcntacoK tbo "ITalUdxissee autl Georgia Railroad Company. TVTE arc now receiving from New York and New :A "MAXWE'L
vicinity. OtI1 the I havi called -
In plantations seen 1 thtieiastic and forcible speeclie*. ou, en Atignit 12, 1854. 32 Sm_ V' Orleans per Schooners Elizabeth and Taylor, They will b&plasued to at* tBeL Wi& 4
Florida this .
moat to my taste, and most desire Mitchell & Oaroier'a Extra Flour, and' atrona at be old stand of Lseuard
*U ,Haro I saw tie best crop of cottmi (long etaF On motion, the biectiug then adjourned. S Invaluablc Discovery, I u Committed Bt Louis' superfine do. Jr.. atcnof tbe Mortar, df-tttsro.

.) (Jut X Lave ever aeen. The rows are six feet a 1 M- A. LOSG, Chairman. Tho inventor of M'L&UL"strmifuge baring disposed L 'T"O tbe( Jail of Leon County, on Thursday, Superior Kye} do. and Clinton streeta.wiwra they wI fc.p t.a
"" ei bt feet on an average from wren t lo t _ MetKr.' Kidd 4 Co., beg leave to offer it to the Amer t. m is JEKRV. and that he belongs to Rich- Ribbed Bucon Sides, to their line of business,.and aofieii tbe patnwaft of
high, and ao completely interlocked as to ivan public as the best remedy for worms ever offered rT. aodofG dd i Coanty. Said negro ii about Clear do. da.Stagg their friends and theipuhUc.. .. .
present one vast sbec-t of gently undulating green t. j' Jnter'tt'tnri from the Jxthmn*.-The United States It has been tr ed4n all parts of the country, and in fi feet 10 inches high, brown coroplexion front & Shaya Sugar-cured Hams, E. BARiAflb. 'IL. t--
fretb from the baiuS of natwc. y0 mail steamer tmpire City, from Asriuwall, with the cases which bad detied tins exertions of the best phy- teeth trominent and a little apart. Jbe ow er will Crushed and Powdered Sugar, O. TBOUP MAXWI.LFobrw

< b, done without modi additional vorkan ; !; Ca'ifnrnSa' mails arrived at Xcw York on Friday siciaus, and never without the mot complete success,. I I comi 'with the terms of the} law and take bun away, Loaf and Clarified, do. I. ((4.) i.- .
icjury to the nU We eaulion Sheriff and Jailer.A3efb.lts54. Stewart'b Hard Candies, :
land parents against delay. If children IL T. LOCKER,
baa b..., ii your
enlUvation for naaoy c Lcutivc The Empire City brings four hundred l paj' frigerii.i jtbrbit symptoms of bcbg troubled with worms Weot I 31I Extra Apple; Vinegar.'exlra? White Wine do. Cheap; .Good.
!aaT.. The adjoining Hammock laad. between tbe 1and I million one hundred thousand dollars in gold] a moment but at once ptnchs&e a liottJe of M'- I :! : Cross 4 Blackwell'a PiccoliQy, *oVl'b ,

planUtino and the Lake,!, an extennve lie pmwall Courier, ia a long editorial article, Lan 's Vermifuge, and thus sau them pain and ; for PrcserTing and Picilin Superior French Mustard, f

buudrad *cre of BitUr-S*eet and rovcoftome fully endorses the bombardment of Grey Town bans their Jivee. IH.T- Superior White Rum, PreMrved Canton Ginger,
Sour Orange: with) The editor that Ute and For sale all the 9BILS- Fresh Soda Crackers
b'it i hopes prompt energetic at Drug Stores in Tallaha&sef, and Old Peach Brandy dispose of then; i& stock --aa.
httlc ,
undergrowth, but iuteraperied T/itl/larre/ course pursued by Captain Hollms, will pro\e acceptable at one Agency in every Town in the South. :t Applet Lemons and Brandy leaches. cousisti ofa gsuijpplv :i

M faolia. Hickory *. wl 5.t1i. ,Aout! ntuungt/ni He[ U> the American peonle, as an earnest that the August If, 1854. S3 2wCOX8UMPT1OX Cider Vinegar. i Pepper and pimento, tion, J"bfanoy "f 5. &a' ; kJ
: Unas Guvemmeut is reviung that which tbe f No. 1 Soap, Drop Shot. Scotch Snufl. '
are generally pihr, of the first grade policy Jmarle s- --r 1 White Win Vbegari ;
tnarkably productive in long aoj! re.1' republic respected abroad even ia her early infancy. every body knows isa i I ( CIa Witc Pr *rvtng SugarBERRY .LSO-8Ot Bushels Western Cots :; nhimetidIf4ther c.sj1thuhgfL i.. .
etaple eoUoa, C.JHI. Guards have been placed op the 1m o'f the mali I fluttering deaM It comtncnxTn and A: KOLE5. I 2.1 rln. Wb.>at Bran.j .

reIca4, 4.c. JJ 'as at iLia j !acc, ionic cigut ni1ti, road to protect paucrjc : crouinj tb Itbrni... a injiuaubl, lyt that bcfc-ic one l* avarc of it protease, the lon-11%1;, AG >1 : 1Ei. ; t .j June 1 -, 1I.2t HODGKISS. SCOTi"- I ; ;



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.. ..,-''.. attention
to the
'0 elegant assortment of TALLAHASSEE AND
"' 1'1 2 Wholesale and Retail Dealer in I.J QUINCY.
1. )" :.'" :', ; Goods, receiveJ per U'octMa, and adapted to you .WILL eseta in the Middle aDd\V'PLORJ lD.\$

t-1' "Jr) ; a DRUGS AND.MEDICINES. 'S sole us. ids aDd isa the Count,,, 0 e&tttD Dft'afIl r.TboIDu
: .t w OL
:. t ..H'1" Snow put up in the largest sited Bottle, and i is DERFrYEY, DytsttrSi. Surgical Instruments and tIla
. '.' 'l\ ".t p"' acknowledged to be the best Sinarmrilla made,asi L Sptem. SrrulT. Window OhMs, Paints, Edgings Insertings. BOLLING BAXCX, A. N. 1 Th.

4 "r'5.1.": i ill certified by the wonderful cores it )bas performed., OiU: Varnishe, Potty Manufactured Tobacco SWISS Ed'ngs
S", the original copies of which are in the possession of and Glass Ware Patent Medicine. VaJencioe. January?, 18M. 1 "
TA the Remember this is the true and Pun- Wines and Brandies Smyrna" Real '
: proprietor. only Fine Soar*. Fine Tooth Just Received -
1' -. origiiMil nrtkle. for lIcdi.mal Saxony Smyrna Floun.iDfj. ,
,:JHt ". THE GREAT and Hair Brushes, purposes, .
TURKISH Scrofula, Syphilw; Mercurial Complaints, Oanccr.Oangrtnc Paint Bra-hes. Fancy Article! Blonde a.Wliito FROM New York and*New Orleana

it 44.i.; : REMEDY FOR BALDNESS, Rbeumativn. and a vast variety of OtJlf'1 Garden Seeds, Fine Havana Segar*. cka Java GuflW, Sardines, '

L. f ..:!. : lad lor tuviformting and Bdeutifyliui the Hair dii e8 e*, arc speedily and perfectly cured by the weofthui .. lIe has recently raceivrd per brigs A*a3&nvyCTandMootmk Goods. 15 Sacks Rio Coffee, | Tiereea 8 r n

HI .Jot" I. medicine. a Lose and Freak ttrpply every variety T ACONET Cambrics SwiM MuslinaJ JO Bore No 1 Soap. 10 bl.Mea Por
r 'J/It :: A 8 Toilet Article, for!Wautifyiugand keeping the 10 M efaoie* Sejran. JOO
: lKtUd! the following Certificate.TxtLArooflA of article usually kept by drttcgUt. Planters and : Check Book" b''hi1fr
; ",'r .' iV. )hair toft glo fy, and iu a healthy condition it i ic itineqiis.U S Physicians will always find at this establishment a full I Nainsook 10 hell M. L1asici, t L.a'1.-'"
fItow- Co, Ala, J"n. 2, 1852. Striped 4 Bbl. .
.t.. d. Its positive qualities an n* : Palp's Oin t p-
supply of thing needed,and ou the moot liberal f' Curtain "
: "' ., lit It frees the head (ro m dandruff, rtrgngthrus the Dear Sir:-I send you this to certify to you that every Fig'dCol'd 4 do N.K.WhiteRom, .
.j1' ; your extract of Yellow Duck and Sarsaparilla has DR. JOHN DULL. terms. Linen Di.Lop'.awe. 4 de Old TJ ?? cl*
and the
roots health to circulation Vmfly Whia2
jt "I'.' : : Imparts vigor ana Orders from the Country promptly filled and ntiifaction Bt'01rn' .
performed on* of the mo't wonderful -
CUlt 00 me
kair color 0
'.H ',: prevents e changing or getting gTu.- SOMETHING guarantee!, with regard both to and by 6BNeN
., .. I' 24 It causes the hair to curl l beautifully when &me.1tt hat has ever been affected on man. NEW AND VALUABLE. prices Mourning Goods. 4 bb'EL WIocbteter ''&
: quality. llivsicuns' prcscnptions carefully com i'
I have been afflicted for
f i This balm is made from Uie forty years witb eruptions I woe
.- up in it over night. orig L'K all wool de Lames, Black Satin Whiskey, 20.BcIeTubae00 ,
: on my legs and feet; Iu 1848 they got so bad that I The most powerful King on the thee if the clob now pounded. B bbls. '
the Turkish a.
131 from Hakin Bombazines Hair 4 Granulated and
) receipt procured Crape Casaia
j.f.\ : ctO\'u
lad to on crutches, and in 1849 I had rotfiiK .np..ml in the American Krpublir. Th" |x> rrcf AW, EPPINO'S COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT ,
. H.-;. >! ',f (physician) Constantinople, where it is universally go Allltbe knee. one leg amputated the rroD l h.III! of Kurop: link into tn igoitranc BUCHU. Fg'd Silks, French Crushed Sugart, Yeast Powder*.
';}- :: o'txl The tiirlcs have always been celebrated for In about nine mouths after, wh n COIflTPt to that of our Amoriran K'DCKuropMn December Watered do English 6 dn. Claret Wine, Citron
J ny other leg broke out in large eating and Kingf tmploy the pnver rtmtirtl in tbrm toIDCft. 24, J833. 51 _ Pepptr
JfJrSfr their wsnderful skill in eomponnding th# richest perfames from knee running: .. the rkrh. of the rkh and lortll,. ant to rrdur - -- Plain do M'uiiig SWvea A Collars. 2 bbl Lard Oil, Smyrna and UU .T-
.. nfe* and all other toilet articles. In Turkey the aromatic soi cs inv. to my foot, anti discharged a great to greater ml* ry and iWgntdatlon the poor and J.-.ol Glass Oils White feadt.. 4 dot pta Sweet Oil, Stare; Canj & W
.*r.M&V.r hens 4c. of which this balm is ed. are dMI ofTen"ive matter. My groin also broke out ill <.ut. Our Auterk-.au King goe forth with rqnal wlUhiitnmt Handkerchiefs. 2 s
mansion a..1 hamble alike BOX. Window Ghw', aborted size" bU.BoJognaSan.age., Sperm and! Star
large biles which discharged much offensive matter. to the lordly eabi" nwl7 100 ClAd.
.r"il \ kuown and used for the hair.Jftnct .
1" almoit universally to a"nlhl"'n relief and to offer health and li.rplD M to 100 White Lead \ Lob- London Porter
and at the time kog ,extra do 0.1. F.mh.d nd"kfs. Ladies Hem St'd HWkfc
same left band pure
I ; 1-t"f!1 i...." running sores, nearly to elbow. Tape
:>.1/tW .,.,1. unknovn in that country. We wish but one The my DU. JOHN nur..I. 'S 6 Lard Oil. .and Oysters Eagl agiwbValou4
a' t.jIj c ;' ..w.e trial to It made of it ; that will do more to convince misery that I have -suffered for the Lost few 20' Kegs Zinc 2 bbla Beef Tongues. ,Braril Nuts .
1 ..IIW.W.' ::9, YOU of U virtues than all the advertisements that can years that I I cannot describe to you. I was in such agony GREAT MICAS KINK Of, PP.!! 20! package Fire-proof Paint (bbls.and J bbls.) Collars & Sleerea. 2 do Fulton Market Soft Shell Almonds.

.,.i11 't'I" be published, and that all may be able to test its virtues never rested, day or flight.Iu 2 barrels Ilectifird ColloiT Embroidered Sleeves, Beef TUberfo
Whale Oil! EMBR'D ,
t. is in Battle* at the low October lat my son brought me one of your bot. the TENTH WOXDER or Tin WORIP and the grratt ( Lees "
it of
,t ,: put up Largf price 2 Pickled SabMB. 'Walnut
tle blMflnir vrer eTi-reJ( te afflicted humanity; to the futTrr- Train Oil, 1 bbl. C .n.al Varnish, Catsup,
I nad it aud
.. ; ?:,.. k '" 10 ftnU per bottle. Remember the g?n"t/i' has the wrappers; found record of some wonderful ing mirimif, the Uoctor can my, relief U at jour roro- Spirits Tnrpwjtine in barrels and Uvnitou Setts SIcevee A Collars. Smoked Salmon, Toaiarto
i : f : at retail. A -
cure performed by extract of Yellow ., general Catsup.
;} Oonutock & Brother the your an.'ou han* only to ue thIs magMal Alt Roe
: '. : lipaturer on splendid Hemnjr.
' I.f Dock and Soraoparilla." I sent and got two bottles &h"le who nUll sffcr. and vill not script the proffered assortment of Colors Brushes,and other Paioter8'mnt'ria.ls. Sod*. Sugar,. and n.u.r
: '
t: .t wrapper. of and Valm. doivrre not he jilty of theIr familict. D. H.AM I Es. Silks, et cetera. SO HIt bbls. Northern Crackers '
it, commenced taking it. In two weeks to
. ie: : my wonderful me-ln-inr. .
Title the lure
; : FOR TTIE U..RRIEn.-"n during brlrp.rio.l Deecmbor24.1R33. Flour Dried
TK mnTrri AND 51
tonit4imeDt. all Silks. White Satins Applet,
became and I
great rrrird
" my sores easy, It. introduction bappinrM to the henrti of GLACE
'.: ,, .: :-. Wt'Ltll'u.-Ia a command that shojild 1 IMS cheerfulIV could sleep all night, thing I had not done for two thou-III"'. and made life a char to ..ny who brrrto- Silks, Black f. 30 Bbls. St. Len ind Dried Peachf'l.
I\0'. : 't.v-:.. obeyed by the children o f men. DH.LARZETTE'S years. \V hen I had taken six bottles, sores had tore rrfiardvd i 1& only a. i pnInfulanen.bleesUt nl'. Wines, Syrups, &c. o'lorence" Crape Liessee, Ohio Flour. Kulf Candle Wick
my To the wInds with an Unioient Einbromtioat, I'ain '
;t 1,. < I' JUNO CORDIAL, or Procreative Elixir prescribed nearly all healed. My sores got well as if by en Kllleri and raiD Extractor, and'Irt million* nf find OLD Ofard Brandy Fresh Dates, Bl'k FiK'd" Tarfeton- aw'd Col's. 10 BWs. Rectified Wbis- PoeketKuiVes.

: :(s as an effectual restorative in cases of debility, impotency chantment. I have now used in all eight bottles of tongun proclaim the lucri'f of the great ..Am..rl . .Jr. 1.: or barrenHens, and all irregularities of nature. four Extract of Yellow Dock aud Saranparilla" and King. of Pain," II preparation rn-iiponed toiely: of vgeia- I Madeira, Old Port Juic, DroclUle" Drk.. 4 Casks Bacon SH**. A small lot of Dry ft
.; .. f.t ':. .. It U all that it professi to be, viz : Nature'* great 1 I now consider myself wel1. \bonnteoun>\\r and nofd soil.W ., produced by America' own rich and Sherry, Sparkling Cider White W'art oode Nett. 2 do do Hams *

1 ',!.': ;. restorative and remedy for tho'c in the mmieclltate I entreat nil of the afflicted to try thin medicine, >would ask the la DIM. who are alwnyii enmff'fnlJ London Porter, Scotch Ale, An or wbieb will M sold as low 8D"otMf n.

t. f I. W' "k without oCbpring. It is certain cure for seminal' e- for I believe it will cure any known distaae iu the sine!, to< of ito what ua a I ill pppvUl and what furor II by Dot givint avalniihle the King f.imilr of inrdi'I'ain Brandy Peaches, Brandy Cherries, Ribbons & Trimmings.T in the city for th.Cash.1st '

.'.. .',...t'r' ,' mission general tjebility,gleet,weakness of the gcuital world. Lay aside all prejudice and just try it, aid S tingle trial, alii if ratiiractnry.EXert their lurtiicnre Raspberry Syrup Sardine, ONNET A Sash R3/us. Black Silk Fringes, also door South of tb! store of a J.JpSi, ':

4 :.:<.., It: organ, nervous affections, loucorrhoea or white. A* jKwlaim fu great worth to suffering niaukiudand entreat in its behalf, rrrommvnd. it, .|.ik well and often cf it, Strawberry l-'re.R Lobster, Taffeta Satin Zephyr Worsted, Will adjotnm also the store of S. Knight:
and >ee that it U u l by Iholr) afflicted nrihbnr The : .llat AacMon
'f.; .' an invigorating mcdicjiu it i U unequalled. A 1.0. a e< r Lemon" Bhad. any ropmy d..ind? to
: them to take it, for it will cure them. Julie" are al i ayi rharilabl.andwIiMi they in'iure their Velvrt. Cap r&: \f.' tln ret .t1 for incipient consumption, indigestion Mv case is well known in a laige: portion of South unVrJHK friendi to UM thi.,< really Taiunbie nirdiriiie, Gingcr" ** Salmon Braids assorted White /! .Vlife loss of ruusenlar energy, p1iy.ia1 la.aitude, female Caiolini, Georgia and Alabama and if any should they .ill be doing an art of benevolence that tliov cm I'ine Apple Clams White Silk Snake Cord & days Mondays and Satnrdavs.

;; : wcaknM*, debility &<. It is warranted to please !the loubt the above cure, I invite them to call on mo, reiuvily well be fir proud all of external This .I U.lij a powerful
# : u er In any ofthc above complaints! 1111\1111 i of piiocIdN and I will show them the scars. I can be found! in 1,., and fur many interns! affliction.lt in a certain cure, Currant do. Peaches, & Mitts. Committion J"dtmt.
t; .: '' : .' value t, those without otr..pnDg. Tnllapoosa Count. Alabama one mile from Stoe'aFerry. y.t it U rM-rfcctly hirnlt.ii: <, and incapable nf producing Sparkling Gelatine, Tamarinds, April 15. lU-4. 15Mannfotni.ed J
Jttl jj'; the of Cormtock the I."t iiijunomIT.ctJ in the uioil lIellc:'.' ca. j oi Kid Gloves'
Find d s'd and colored
; C ACTION KXTEI.- name RENAJATI Ht'OHES. the weakest coimtitulion. Flavoring Extracts: Spices, j LADIES a Tobacco.
f -j
!:{_*,"" t Brother ou the vrapprr and nee luy it unlco* you The Yellow Dock and Snrsaparilla is culiarly a It U entirely un!.. to follow the old and worn-out Yeast Powders, PiCkle, m@m(, 'a a4 Silk '
:4.. ..:'r: ,;: find the above name' ; aa it ha been rrtentlccly coun dnptcd to females delicate health, resulting from lyiteoi of publmttiu; to the puliiic thounnilii of certili- Corn Starch Salad Oil, Beaver JUST RECEIVING a further stock of some fit .
Avoid the counterfeit would rateS of ,wonder performed hy thii inediriiiv. It ciufi Cashmere ** assorted Manufactured
! :: ierf&ttldfkte.; as Olive Tobaeeo at Jo
you and Capers,
: of menstrual other diseases
l" ircgiilnrily discharge, hit
: ,.< > but twenM-fire rmti to try it ; *nd Dr. Hull fake* than it be
'{ can irr J?
.I 'It.tr'r. .?.. ,.. poison. peculiar to their sex. The proprietor has in well-earn repnUtimi on tile King of Paiu doing all and Worcestershire Sauce Cocoa. Buck Oaunllttfc, kets prices North. Traders bought any of the large anar.
more thaI lie claiint fur it. Mui-tard D. II. AMES. 'I Bl'k Silk Mitts will do well to examn,
1 :, GEORGES HONDURAS SARSAPARILLA his po-ucMion a great number certificates of euros *mtfa
;; : \Ve would .-k. have the !lh.um.i.m or Gone: before ordering their
,I" ; ..- -'orjJie cure of those diea"ci arising I Id of the above criptien. We the Def-embrr 24.18A3. M WorstedOetobev29,1853. Spring stocks. "ill' tnnnti .
..W.\ EXTRACT jerformed acsnrc lhene are not ple 'nnt com punloni. and we know that samples, with
1 -- -- -- prices attacked to
of Ole b t. Scrofula afflicted that bottle two of Dr. Extract would like to drive tUtin u possible, 43 any t
. ; Ip k; .. from an impure suite as a or Guysott's you away u lOOM Just Received E. Remington to let of will be her.mfLi
eredit April
flkin dicn-es the fare of Yellow Dock and then use per given *
. ') .f stubborn ulferi' pimples on Sarsnparilln at once regulate :.
t. "it: : : female irrigularities and compljuiTto; &(. As a general hose difficulties, and renew the natural energies.t5p"Put "Hni.L'3 KINO OF PAIN." A FUE81I supply of DRUGS arid MEDICINES, AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO. tity is required D. wn.

,e .; .L- tonic and npigDrat"r tift"" tystcm it imnrqual'd. up in quart bottlen-Price ifl per bottle. Complaint Would you, D.t aentery be cured,.Hummer almfxt Complaint immedia'ely,holra, of Bowel Mor- Paints, Oils,*Dye-Stuffs Ae, TilE Undersigned, Agent of the above Company. ewport,Jauua'121..18 4.

ay 1''. This; medicine i* not ojftrfd cure for all disras- SCOVIL & MEAl). bus, Tramp Colic, Head Ache, Tooth, or any other acheor -ALSO$00 receive applications for and make insurance PROTECTION '.INSURANCE -

';a -'; ..V'f T ec, but merely for those arising (torn impure blooJ.It .- .. Ill Chnrtreo Street, N. 0., pain Ike remedy U simple and the cure certain.C Ouuccs Sulphate Quinine..'. Far against l Iw' by Fire on Brick and Frame Buildings HARTFORD COMPANV

'ft" '" : it composed of PI-EK uoxnuais sR<.ip.-niLi.A. ct m- General Agents for the Southern States, to whom all K TilE GREAT KING OF PAIN. Brand. D. H. AMES. ,. .Furniture Merchandize, Ac. COSHFCTlCtJT,
; .:. ; other vegetable subufance of order be adJrflced. January 29, 1863. 4 B. C. LEWIS. Capital Stock $30000 :
Lined with purely ) acknowledged must Would you ban your Sum, !Swelling CUtS, Parh, April 22, 1854. 16 _
"* ; ( efficacy,aud is manufactured with the Sold also by D. II. Ames, Barnnrd A Maxwell, Scald, UruUcn, or any other wound* healod we repeat ... -4.- THE undersirned, Ajr eot of tn. aboir.'Comredtotakeri.k.agty

fc .*!.1;:>. j;1.,; ejrettttt enrr, every pound nC the Samparilla Ix-ing Cash A Co., Tallahn!!nee; W. Rogers A Son, Chattf U, uae the FRESH GARDEN SEEDS, Extensive Assortment of OIIlIciJd'.
, : : subjected to the strictest bhemical tettt, and it* genuineness Loocce; Geo. F. Baltzell, Marianim ; Jordan A D.ivid ; MAGICAL KING Of PAIN. SPIUAG AND SlIMMER GOODS. ings and tkeir cootenU,on tii.meet &rmsi Vsm
: ..: .. I ascertained bervre being uied and it contains A. H. Wilnon Samuel I'uleston Would you be oared of caM Head. Stiff Jointt, re OROWTU OF 1853. F. H. FLAGO .
I' ? V ; on, Quincy; Newport| ; Throat Neuralgia,Sore llre..f, l.ulD\'ltjO. Titter or King .
:. ''';' : ten times as much Pure Honduras Sursaparilla a any Monticello. Worm, Salt Khruin Bite* of l'.i onoui In oil, Chapped RUT A Baga, Flat TurnlpCrtbbage.Beeti'. HanJ. and all other :ort*. either dry or running, we .!! D. ILAMES. HEIR -
therei.eroiferdforsale. 27 -Imcow
l' "' July 8. 1854.
" :,;* .,- We hare endeavored l l. in (Geor p'4 Horuluras: SarsapirilU __ tay again awl again, TOIK kixtDi i ic Dr Jehu Hull December 24. IfloS. 51 of their customers and friends to the extensive Bank of Charleston.

,i: f t. :. to give to the pubic! a Medicine which can bet S. W. BAKER, "KIXOOFPAIN/' ,.Goods which and tasteful assortment of Spring and Summer in AGENCY at New Port. Florida.
; Metallic Burial Caaea. they are BOW Consisting
:: ci ipcn'led upon to d> for them (in the clasa of diseases ATTORNEY AT LAW Wo.M you be cured of Kings .:"11. Canrer, Tnranni, ofGent opening. McNAUGilT. ORJtOJlD.

-: : ''.'. '. :: to which it 11 adapted) all that Medicine cnn.do; and .MO TICEU.o, JEFFERSON COUNTY, FLA. blood Kruptionj, Ii,.", or uim any Or UWa John of lIul.nAp&I'llia She Sklu rmuct luternally by impure, part Black & Colored Alpacca Sack A Frock Costs, Newport. January 14. 1864. I

I :-.\. : '. onfiJent that we have done so, we leave it to th. soil the King of I'ain externally, nothing caD Im more Lustre .. .. -
March 18 1854. ll Notice
t S. t :. ...:. ,JOJ common sr.xsE of tI.,pf'Dplt to decide BirrwrrvAn certaiu thau II peedy and effvctual eure. hmcrctte "

\.t. extract ofAe rritE IIO.XDCKAS -'RS.'ARIL1.nnll! DR.W. C. WIIITAKER DR. JOHN BULL'S 'a a. Drap D'Ete SIX months after date the undersigned adtDin!
s/: 4).f? f ff the wrtlext Extrattt of vorthMr of the e"'tare of John O. Rawls deceased
: many a cf.finwnSarUparilla PRINCIPAL OFFICE, i hand vari- 4' Merino Of 44 a ,kl
undersigned keeps on
sold. Then be not deceived. Re. RESIDENT PHYSICIAN THE constantly .. of Oadsden County will present her final
f rs--- now fin CROU STBSCT Os* l>eoa snow MAIV, sized of the Patent Metallic Burial Canes Paletots account std
. : MrtAoGEORGE'S HONDURAS SARSAPARILLA TALLAHASSEE FLA. OUISV1I.L KY. D'Ete a. vouchers to the Judge of Probate of said ConntMadask
.v Drap
mentioned in certifies?
: '?* *.'. ., AD J you will be rewarded bv a quick nnd easy cure. FTERS his professional sen ices to the citizens of the accompanying J. A. EDMONDSOK.WA Clouded Marseilles f' to be discharged. ELlZABtTH RAWll

V.... I' ;-_" .: -'- TO THE L.DIE.Y' \'Lo.ilh a beautiful O' TallahnBece and vicinity. OfTwe fit, door East FOR SALS BY DRUGGISTS MERCHAXTSTUKeUCTH-8TATK3.D. Wallace Cloth Froek Coals, March 18. 18M. 11 Ira Aftmn.ftntrix.FASHIONABLESPRING .
.. 4 i. : ': lenr dill, tree from all pimple0, blotches anti impn. of Post Office building, immediately adjoining Dr. OUT TILE "III>OIOX, April 5tli.MES Clmmbra Sack & '

:' < :.,:' < ,;i sties, we say abandon the ute of paints and mixtures Xa .h. II. AM f Egl'tat, Titllahawr. "M. FIRK AND RAT nft, Kremlin a. aa SUMMER
'!. r And use the genuine Ge<>rjrB UouJurn Sarsaparilla January 14, 1854. Iv April 29, 1854. 17 T-m Fancy Gingham 'a CLOTHS AND CAS8IMERJ5S
(:Si.xTLEMr.N: :-We witn'Mdl the utility of your or-
. It bcautlfica the --- --- -------- -- - .f AM DOW
1." ., complexij hy raovicg e"erpar. AiMCAKER iLiniiiLal Patent Metallic f Burial Case."used to con Brown White A Col'd Linen fC I receiving an extensive aMortmnt o

J""r:;; tide of morbid or disease'! matter from tim blood, A. PERRY NEW COTTON GIN. vcy the r'-inainn, of the Into ..JI.lm C. Calhoun to White and Buff Marseilles Vests, Cloths, Cassinieres. ,'eltingt'. Drip d'Ete'Wliti-,
,' ; : 1p makinitpur r: healthy vif/oroiit.tind* chauging Brown and Fancy Linens White.and :
:} p Akr T1T AY BAA"Vt the O.n rep i.nal Cemetery, which impressed with and fancy cord Welting TptcIJIar.aeiJJf'l. -
ffi.li i, ::.,.. the vellow and dark countenance to 1 the bloom and t the belief that it i is the bt article known to us for Brown Linen H ,all of whilj I am prepared to makto*_.t

. 'I. fr iifines of youth. TALLAHASSEE. milE NEW PATENT STEEJ. TOOTH CYLINDKK ( the dead to their final rttinj-placr. Black Drap D'F.te Pants notice, in the most fuhiuoab1..tlld and oa t.t
trnn-jwtrtin t
t .-r. J.I'' This median*is put upinlargc bottlesone of which, May 21 I, 1853. 20__ .I, GIN wbosc failure has been reported With respect WH bulircribc ourselves Yours, AcII. S. f. .. :ELutii'Je He terms. -ALSOA .

! ':'. :; .:. jx vi ETC E. It tqnnl to air o/a.y other ever ",nl'. through all of the Cotton growing Statci', is till alive Clay, I). R. Atchison, Jeff- Davis, Merino a. LARGE AND WKLL IIXr.JlCTJlDToC1'OT
;;! C4tnoFmd the of 'Omslock .k Brothers and ailt to and tIle lus-t Cloth R >
. "i name run during wnmn has been Ix>wi. Cn!". A. C. Greene W. R. King, Queen's ADY-MADECLOTHING, 4
i. :; .-Ii.. r. ". :' oa die wra per, aud YI U will get tbc genuing GcorgaVIlondnra ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR: AT LAW brought to state of pcrf.-otiun uliich renders itlIuec.'I D.) S. Dickinson, )an. Webster Henry DoJge, White and fancy Linen Drill Paul, TOtistlnit la part of Casbmarette Frock and !*k

t.: ." I,.... I \TF.lparii! Tallahassee, Florida certain. For t-lK-rt "taplf its great nperioritv .1. M. Mason J. ). Berrien, W. P. Mangum. Blue and French Cottonade, Coats Fancy Colored Frock ,and Sack Coats Thd' ,

f''tl.:' Lw ''; ., .: All *>rJer must be directed to COMSTOCK 4 in the over the tonni"i i strikingly apparent to good I judges October 1, 185:1. 39 tf Brown aud Bleached Jean Drawers Sacks Drap d'Ete Frock, Sack and Business Costi
;: ;) r:" t' BROTHERS, No. 2 St Peter's Place, (rear of Actor cOftee up-etairs Capitol immediately hue: sii]".rii
rt 1 .1";. .J- HOOK,) New York. Pried 1 per bottle: or MX bottlae adjoining the Senate Chamber. I jOct. 9.:. 40 ,unit t p.n awl fur from knolf, iiml docs not cut, Leon County lion Works. Gents fashionable Black Silk Hats Fancy Linen Coats Black Drap d'Ete and Summit
.' .;.H.. .., .-,.' fur f 5. D. P. HOLLAND, break. or in any way injure the til.re, nt the came TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Drab Beaver CaMimcre Pants. White and Fancy Linen Piati

1 :..i.-.J.. '. Sold only! in TallaJia} .,ec by EDWARD BAR ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, time imparting to the lint that "oft nnd 1 oily feeling Establishment i" now in full operation. All Black fur Drab brush and Pearl Hatn.B White and Fancy ilaraeillea Vests. Fanei. sm) Him
.: NARD, .T..hninu t M'liiifcello{ E. 'ixa which i ill natural to th.' TiltS Black A col'd Wool A Fur Kotsuth Hats
t i.? : < Eppes, S< ? plal'l1. n picked by baud will I be attended to with promptness, and ys fancy Silk Vests, bitta,CoHara Crava-Undershirts.fiswr-
f'. .,,.,# ..'l, .;... Thomasvill D. J. Dicien>on, Baliibridge! and bjr one Qutncy, Florida, mkiug't11 liut from the *am<> lotf ".ed, worth, all work done with: neatneMand dispatch.AH Infants fancy Pearl Hats, ers, Gloves Hosiery,** JOHN PRATORIUS.

i :. .' t man-in every-_town._ _- \T7ILL practice in the Court of the Middle Cir. from *. to 11 i cent per pound more than when ginned kinds of work, such as Steam %Vurk. Mill Work, Fancy Good ._.:April 8, 1854. 14SKT.LlGflt
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fA.c! : .1. ,, Icuit, aiul Jackson and Franklin Counties.OctoWr on t the saw gui. Gin Searing. Sugar Mill Circular Saw Machinery, Ribbons of all qualities Bonnet Cap, White and
It clfntj the Sea Island Cotton beautiful and will
2.1. 1852. 42 tf ,
: J Shafting. Pullevp, HangePlough Casting. Brass Colored Satin Ribboos, Black, White and Colored
:< g l: [ SCALES WILLIAM SCOTT- -- ---- gin from 8uO to Hxio, pomnl per dnr. and no far n* Casting lc.; also Sugar Kettles, of any size, kept Velv t Ribbons. BARS ARD'S DREG 81'0111
Manufacturers have: tinted it, the lint i is in a mnrhKtUr 1IE
. constantly <'ii hand. All work done in such an estao- Ladies Dress Goods subscribers respectfully announce to th. ItJ .
* '."K. .. r .-.' 'LONG KNOWN-9EVERii.Y TEST. ATTORNSY: LAW, cKjditi. for the Mill than from any other lishmeiit'will l be done l>v u*. with a particular regardto Consisting in part I die and gentlemen of Tallahaeeee and TICBHIT

c r-.I., EU ALWAYS RIGnTTJflAC. MONT1CELLO, FLA. (;in.In Ninth Carolina the strength and durability of the work. Plain and printed Embroidered Lawns hat their Gallery is open daily-for"the reetption o't f
I1"1 /x 3feccrr.hiattlt; Son :
t-&, .*' ..,.,?.>> : KXOWLEIXJRI STANnAUR.Agents July 30 1853. 50 Ujrin County, and Dr. B. I*. Hill of Wayne IMgrcomb und Competent Workmen always iu readiness to put up Black and 2d Mourning. sizes visitors Sundays excepted. Miniatnies bien of all
County and
__ Ac. of
: styles ihe
Engines, Plain. Printed and Embroidered Organdies art. Ladies and gentleman ems
l ; -New York.FAIRB ANKS i Co.P9 Water
: several others have tried the Gin Short Cotton the -
4:4 MJ Terms will l liberal. and all work done utrictly for to' ited to call and
; c Black White and Colored Jaconet their
? } # February :: 18rit. 8 6rn DR. JOHN P. DUVAL
< > / pSiot scafuHi awl arc highly plt'IIi"tl> ; with the slIt.In J
r: orders business firm in this R Instroction
/t.p.T.f. .JT> caeh, or aicepted on some Black and 2d Mourning and Colored Bar gu. given in the art and all kinds s
1:.'."F a- *' TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.OFFICE Texas the New Gm w bound! to sweep cliau.apL .- litce. Liberal prices paid for old Iron, Copper tad Black, Colored, and Embroidered Tissues Daguerrcan materialfor ..
iIiiM DAVID C WILSONpleasute John Duncan
: t '. 4 AT THE COUKT HOUSE. Matagorda.. who purchneed the DnaI'll. Plain and Printed H ,KUHX8 A BAIUT.
.!"i';.fr\F : TAKES in calling the attention of his cus- January 28, lR:.. 4 fir t two Gins sold in Texas, declare that if he IUIIrPC.ivetl All letters must be addressed (port paid) to Black and 2d Mourning creamy and Colored Giogbams February-lI, 1864. a lyMONTICEIiO
__ ___ them in-time to have tinncil his it
iit'\.t. .:4. .1. and. the public to the choice and extensive! wholecrop J. 31. SHINE A CO., Tallahassee, Fla. of all qualities, -
e'. .-11\.1',.\. ;.. assortment ofSPRING Spring and Summer dollars would hare in his made favor.a difference of from 2UOO to 3uKJ March 11.1854._lu_ Edging and Inertings of all decriptiens, .. HOTEL.

1'. : ..jt ';.; .... AND SUMMER GOODS, The GO inrh Gins are warranted to pick; 1500 pminds P. B. BROKAW'S Colored Parasols and Parasolets, APTL REDMAN haying closed 1ai.

or'.r 'to: which he 1 htasjust received 1 by nil tlere-nlnrrl\I !. CIethin..g. oflintin 12 hour. The 48 inch j!lUll ..ilI do from Black and 2d Mourning Parasite and Parasolets, -. J and the robserlber: ha-rltig' pnrAaW wtitted

j"'iy'n.s'. : and is now opening fur inspection. Iu the disposalwhereof Now receiving, at the well known stanu ut A. B J 11WJO to 1200 pounds of liut in the same time, with LZYERY AMD SALE ST1BLES Gloves of all descriptions, i up that large and commodious-Brick 'Bmh&tt

( to '\ 't. .' :. he pledges himself not to be undersold. upon a fine assortment of proper speed, and to run as long an a Saw Om; and TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Spring Cape Collars and Vislttes South of the Court House formerly ocenpiedsf sTay

'." !:: 0' the same terms, by any houoe in this city. BEADY-MADE CLOTHING, III case of failure, with proper usage they will be made .-I_, S'filE Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, em by Mr.Goodbread and known then as the BUM
' t. Amon the above be found a rare aud suitable and good. Saddlery. louse[ takes this method of informing the p&bðit)
c i. "; may very for Spring Summer wear, comprising in ; would in-
';1, l't r. .' eboiee selcrtiun ofLadies part the following articles: Price or. 48 inch Gm ?300. For CO inch $325. To Proprietor Ins friends and the Ladle's Saddles.l Velvet and PInch seat, be baa converted the said building into sMote I, sad

I,.. ; Fine Dress Goods, Brown and White Navy Drill Frock
1 t'. consisting in part of Fancy and White Linen Drill do do do purchaser and Mau funiished to set the Uiurunuing.Tfrnw his large Brick Stable, at the old stand, and is now a. 4 Spanish pains or expense lit will his be bOO8 spared. tender tfcseeemftft'ible bo..r.li"'
; ; -i--i 1I, Brocade Silks, Bernge Robes Solid Col'd Clouded and White Frock and Sack Coats Cash on ten lays trial prepared to accommodate hm fri naA and customers. M Tennessee who mar The

'. R., I' 4-4 mark Silk, and Figured. Striped( nod Plata Gingham Sack Coats, There will be a stock of these Gin kept in Tal- He alio has attached to his Stables, a good Black RUlI8et. ery Stables, formerly kept by E.-E.t.Newmau.art BL1CKBUR5.MonticeQo ail.

.J't..',.I'.. Fancy Silks, Robes-White French Bl'k and Cord Drop d'Eta Sack and Frock Coats, lahasaee at the Brick Store recently orcum*! by fmiUi Shop where lie will have done all kinds of Spanish netted ,tb the Hotel.

..',-t( ".1 h I.,.1 Crape de Paris, Worked. do do Summer Cloth do do Messrs. E. T. Taylor d Co. for the sale of their saw Plantation work, Horse shoeing, and Carriage work Patent Leather Quilted Chamois Scat do Deeember 24, W68. 51 _

, .J' '. .- Beragrs.new and splendid Rernge Delaine, White and Col'd Drill Pants (inn. in the very best manner and with promptness and Bridles Martingales. Riding Buggy and Carriage To THE PLANTERS OP' F LOR 11)1) :

( .. styles, Figured Challies, Fancy Man-oilles rants, All communicati.'tn' a-ldrcssed to the Agent at Tal- dispatch. Whips, Valises, Carpet Bags, Ac, :.
II. 4 ..t Soli l Oul'd Tan Brown, Clwlley Berages, Fancy Casfiimerc do fur Summer wear, lahaMcc, will meet with prompt attention. November, 1853. 44 Hardware nod Caner,. Cotton 8ecd-Nq Hnmbug.p .
.l .', 4 Drabs, Steele, Green, Printed Lawns, rk brap J'' ta do do do Undersigned now m Mississippi but sees.t" I
JOHN 31.
WAUDWELL Forks Pen and
Acrxr. and Pocket Knifes
i' Knives Guns
'iI' \ }Fink Blue, Black and Ti : : White Beragcs, Muntius of all kiuds,&c.'- Light Spring Silk Vest P. S.-Tlicse Gins can lx seen in operation on Short Shot Pouches.:Powder Flasks and Game Bags.Tnmk, most careful Planters in the Miectioo and

; ;'f ,t..4 F. ALSO, a assortment of -ALSOA Cotton at the commencemnet of the next fuming Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c., Box.Door and Pad Locks,Cast Steel Spades and Shovel ment of seed U suppLy him with Cotton Seed fcr W i

1) Laecs and Embroideries, Hats and Caps, general aworment of Shirt. Collar Gloves, Cravats season at the Plantation of CoL It. W. Williams, Gen.Wrn. inform their friends and the public that llI. ColUo Axes Chisel, Augers, Planes, Cut-nails, next crop. He has taken, great pains to procure W 1

: 'Ii r Bonnets and Trimmings, B<>ots und Shoes, Hiicry rawtI, Undert birts aud various other Bailey, Gov. John Branch and W. F. Lloyd,of WOULD( ou hand a gout assortment of such Iron Blacksmith's Bellows Hammers Anvils Stocks purest and best sorts and will engage to fnnusb P' '

"i ff 1'i .:. I'arasoUand .Fans, Wood and Willow Ware articles too numerous to mention. Leon County : Col. B. F. Whither ofOadsden Co. ; article as are generally kept in their line of business and Dies, Screwplates9ccs;Hoes, Corn Shelters, Planters of Florida wHh better seeds tfta* nav'"i

i Gloves, Hose, Ac. Hardware nod Cutlery, A full assortment of Clothe. Caocimerc, Vesting, Thomas M. White, T. N. ct J. I). Marrick{ and It. A. and will l he receiving regularly fresh supplies. Their Straw Cutters Cast Plow-points and Sweeps Trace before been brought tile State. ,He'wi1l-ddi'er

j 4tJ, ,1... Ladies Gaiters, Hollow Ware and Iron which the subscriber is prepared to manufacture to, Young of Jackion Co.J. G. Anderson and Capt terms shall be reasonable.Tallnhasse Chains Ac ,;:. the seed to the order of the Placer n 8C'Va>k'J*

: ,. ..' Ties and BtwVins, Ac., Groceries, &c. Ac, &c.h order on the shortcut notice in the most approved I Daniel Bird, JefTcrnhn County, and J. C. MrGe ('C *. April ttth. 186S. 14 Groceries.; Newport, during the next fall or winter afld wffl produce
.'i I. .', Gents Dreas Goods, style, and best possible manner. All in want of good E"I' and Col. It. Hairison, of 5lHdison Countv. Sugar Teas. Coffee Rice Best Pale OtardBran'dv. certificftUf attested,aa to the character of tIme. a

.jJ. : .1 01 And all other articles required by tl* country or Clothing call. The letter from the Mills Manufacturing"Compa- Wakulla Iron Works, i Old Kye Whiskey Rectified Whiskey, Gin Rum tides furnished, aT>d tha.standing of 1k ri ters .

i; ; "J: towa miJent In fine, our stock coutiete rather in the cwOfllers from the country promptly nllf'n.I.1! ] published. below, gives eome idea of.the value of 'jne. Sherry and Madeira Tobacco Snuff, Cigars, whom they are obtai. The kkA fur**&J\\'

:.. ...?P : ) nbstantlal realities, th&u in puffu and outward ap- to, by A. B. CLARKE.:. thin Gin for Long Staple Cotton. NEWPORT, FLORIDA.Efctablifhment Candles, and Snap. With variety of other articlestoo be the Big White Mexican, the Vkk tke W 4

\\'l ncarjuiws. March 18, 185,'. 11 T is now in full operation. All nnraeroos to insert here. Little Brown. The Big! Whit Mexictt $M.ff

.t 'J:" April 15. 1851. \rf D. C. WILSON. --- HOLYOKE, } April 4, 1851. orders will be attended to with promptness, and Tallahassee, March 1 8. 854. 11_ sought after in Mississippi aa the most ye1'

: ,ft i. In Leon Circuit Court. S.; It PAKKHVST, Eeq all work done with neatnet mid dispatch.All but will supply either of the other if d.

., ,Anti T. flOBT. R. H. U. DAVlDbON BILL FOR ACCOUNT AND DISTRIBUTION.H Dear Sir/ : We have used the few kinds of work, such Steam Work, Mill Work 'Notice. Planters .iebing Seed, aa Wrn"I
I [ -ki. (Gin Gearing. Sugar Mill Circular Sirw Machinery i J.L arested will take notice that sit
1' DOBY &. DAVIDSON bales ofeca Island and other persons Court Uo, .
T. Blocker Sheriff and ez-oflicio long Cotton, PoTtPft
administrator which staple Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers, Plough Castings, DrabS _tt_ months after the first publication of this advertisement L. DUTrOA
.11. ; T LA1 c f thc Ectatcs of OrnJwm Havis you say was giuncJ (JI Island Cotton "
ATTORNEYS > and Charles your :
alu Kettles of 11 &f
; CiwtiugH. ; Sugar any cue, kept 1 intend to apply to the lion Judge of :1 & "
b,4:: I' -Q QUIJfCY FIXHIDA. via, deceased, complainant Gin.We regret in not having constantly on luu>d. All work done in ouch an establishment Trobiitrt of Leon County for a discharge from my pnriotice..
., ," i tr in the Middle Circuit of Florida, VII. Cotton a larger supply of thin will be done by us. with particular regardto Administratorship of the estate William II. Brock-
'i.) WILLpraetic, Eastern Counties Wct l'lorirlA.r. .- William X. Havis, administrator of John Havis, de to pass through our works : a lar"cr quantity the strength and durability of the work. enbrough. deceased. A ip.nshavuigdsmands against to i.J *..

.,- :, \ All bupiacss eulnuUd to t.bcitcaro will receive prompt ccoec.1, and agairwt Nancy Lee and William Lewis .- would enable us to judge more correctly as to the relative Competent Workmen always in readiness to put up ELLEN: A. BROCKENBBOUGH Admx. -M__P> Mary Green deceased,late of Leon CoY
merits of
t r" r, fcttmtion.DcMmbcr. and Mary, his wife, and Jesse hans defend. roller Gin. your Cotton Ob over the common Engines Ac June 17, 1854.t6m must present thetn to themdonigaed witiwt&Ie'*I'

24, IS3. LIr' ants. Terms will be liberal. and all work dote strictly for prescribed by law:orth.-DCieti will-- n srf*
'Ir..l_" $_. --.. -. I T appearing to the Court, by affidavit that defendant -. With our experiments on the small lot of Cotton cash, or accepted orders on some business dm in this Notice. bar of their recovery; aod all pe.euwttuJ w.

-J t Land for Sale. William N. Uavis.' resides beyond the limits I flow received not,we are the of Ole opinion that your Cotton Gin place, Tallahassee, or Quincy. months after the date of this notice, I shall requested to make payment immei.tqi1.
of this State. but within injure Staple of'the (Cotton and that
kL the United SIX BWC1'Sberiff.
States, and that and Brass. 11. T
WILL sell Liberal price paid for old Iron, Copper to the of Probate of MadIson -
terms there is Judge
I my plantation on tluit arc ms- dc'ndKntl. Will.iam.I..cwi6, and his I an imfiroTement in the evenness and cleanliness Ajr-.t.
': : enable and Mary wife.'and] All Letters muat be addressed (post paid) to County. Florida for discharge as administrator and'ExcslWoJuly
ga accommodating to the purchaser. It Jesse Havin. reside in the State of of the fibre, which will materially hcreow the my
Florida but not in I M. H. PON D I !. 1854. 8wXaditon !9 _
Ii.in Jefferson : ACP of John Coleman deceased.
1 f County; Fht eighteen mile East of the Middle Circuit: value of the article and reduce the cost of Kanufnetnring. "
p. January 21. 18154 8 NewPort ". 'VANS RANDELL Admr.'May i
I TftUcbassM in the neagbbol hood of Watikeenah. It It it oidfred That the defendant William N. : oi*nut Court.Mi&u.fniaQI .
-_ _. a is choice land aud iu good repair with two hundred (10 and answer the bill filed Havu: However these arc Questions which can .5e more !O. 185-4. 20 6m Fatt Term. 1864. Attachment Star *<*
appear on or th Tin and SheetIronMANUFACTORY.
.wt;. -nd sixty acre cleareX Land buyer ot>m. and I_ first Mondav in December nest, and that said William
-._ guT jourselves. ANDKIUiON 1'KKLEH.Mayo. Lewis and MAry Lt-wisr his wife and Jense hans,d( Male and in order to accompli this, we hope you I BicbardJ.May*
p4 18&4. 18 tf will be able to furnish month after date. I shell present my final ao
also appear'ftDd answer the said bill on or before the larger supplies of l j-- NEW YORK. first Monday in October next; otherwise the cornpludnant's .: Cotton e4by your Sea Island Cotton fe. rp14E Subscribers inform the citiions of TalJL and ,wuchm the Judge of probate Roller r.' :E. Wilmot Walter George fl. Walter, l sud .

bill hall be takenpro roOf 1IC1 agninel then- Yours Truly i lahassee and the surrounding country that Madist Coao,, sa> adD1ioi&trato of Lucy T. Walker, llerehanta and Partnert, r (' the $$

BREWER & CALDWELL, respectively ; and it is further ordered that public (Signed) J. L. DAVIS A t.UadUy they are now prepared to furnish customers and ask to be 1iICbIrgedf my aaJmanll6tratonbip.Adm'r. and sijl ofWalten 4i W.lHt.na..u
tffsT1'tD Jtr f fnUCCnrySOKo \ tioir of tins Folks Mills. all kinds of wholesale and retail in their J41MES ROBERTS
'K9E&AL COMVISSI MERCHANTS papers once u week for four months preceding eau June 10. 18U. 23 tf line of business. 11&18.1814.186m. THE of UM commoowmwU of thsko II a b1

-F' Ut Monday in December next. The Subscribers call the attention of the poblie to JOSEPH II. DcPONT, attachment and arc hereby .otifiadta ap"
lt20 OLD
| Ordered! at Chambers August 1st, A. D. 1854 New Store. I their assortment of Parlor.Cooking and Wood Stoves, plead to UM declaration therein filed.

f IS MayU.18R*. 19 lyEBSKINE AT CIUMDKM.: J.'WAYLES BAKER subscriber bai of the latest style;.all trimmed in eorapUto order at ATTORWSV AT LAW, POPE MATS &i A

*.:i & DILWORTU August 5, 1854. 314m Judge.Rice TilE & purchased the stock'of goods the lowest market priM. Please call and examine QTTWOT. FLORIDA, July M, 1M4. St. -
-- '" Randolph, and intendsUepmg, a before purchasing; mew here. Also Brittanoia and A
general assortment His prteentstoek is yet assorted Ware Lead Sheet Zinc Sheet Lead continue to occupy the office recently occu "Tobacco.a .
Pipe. ,
-.1 ATTORNEYS AT LAW Rice l' Japanned WILL firm of C. H. A J. H.
late DnPonttod
and he invite all bw friends to call I and lee him. Hnoae-wtnk. Roofing.-Faucy Heads for Guttering dby the : :
MOKTtCEtL AXDjKt Qt.I"CT.ICf' '0 HALF threes prime fresh Rice,just landim,. He pUdges himself te tell on as good litmus any Pipe*-Shop work of every description gutter* dot to pracl>" in the adjacent Counties of the Middle JUST ftee ftd larg"bid* lot of t("U'. ,5vioaslesDdaIoT1

.e >'f, Quinry-'!.8. L)1LrcarvMonticclo! .. from ChirUkton. and for sale brMvXAUOHTAOKJIOND House in the .. with neatncM and despatch. and Western Circuits. He will also attand the termaf 'Tobateo. ; "u.sO!.
COOt in Tatt.bl4llM and Maiunoa. at eo.4\ and sbira.s.A.pril
Tuba r. RA DOt.rU. WHITE A SLUSSEK.Octolci the 3'iprrme
Jd n. 1'$ Jlv :: 7 1351. 1 :: 1854.
0c Nez"rl j 1E1. : M I.j =7 1831. I, 1853. 40 tf January ,

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