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 26, 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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-- BY AUTHORITY. I clear out with their cargoes at the customhouse !I to select the residue of the lands to which | Columbia to proceed against charter. approved the ninth of Maya eighteen majority in amount thereof, on the first Mon- *I:V".

in the city of New Means and depart i she is entitled under tho art of second ed companies within its limits. hundred and fdrty eight. day in November in the year eighteen hur- ,e.. .*

LAWS OF TIlE UXITED STATES. j! under the same rules regulations and rest'ic- I March, eighteen hundred and twenty sev- I Sec. 4. And be it further enacted That Approved August, 1854Puttie dred and fifty four, and on the first Monday '*' .'* .

aid that State in the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Companybe I of November in each succeeding years or : >t:
tions, and every respect in the same manner! *n, granting land to opening '
[Public, No. :1.:1:] j ji j as f'sdlll'learillg out and depaiting for for. a canal to connect tho waters ot the and it is hereby authorised construct [ No. 09.] I within thirty daIs thereafter, and shall continue -, \*" _

1'I eign ports and paces from the said city of I, Illinois river with those of Lake Michigan. and extend tho Washington branch of said AN ACT to vest in the several State and in office for one year and until lacces- '! -: *

> \CT to ascertain and adjust the titles to I .New Orleans by the of the Mississippi Be it enacted by the Senate and House ofUeprepresentatives road, according to such route as may be I Territories the Title in fee of the lands soFa are chosen ; and that the election in No- :
lands in the State of Indiana. i way *'
ft'rui/l ( vember next shall! be held the -,
said br
river. of the United States ofiI most convenient through the District to which hare been or may be certified to persons .

/jc it enacted by the Senate and House of j Approved August 2, 1851. I i ij I America in congress assembled, That the some point on the Potomac river opposite to I them. named in the first section of this act'or a ma- .*',:f"

'iresentatives of the lTnitcd States of AIHT- ] J JI I II i governor of the State of Illinois is hereby authoiised -' or near tho city Alexandria in Virginia, Be it enacted by tho Senate and Ito se of:'jority of them, and every subsequent election ._.-i I.

i ill (Congress assembled That the I I for the of connexion with of the United States of America shall!l be held by the president and directors of i T *" '.
/:11 regi- to cause to be selected! the balance puspose forming a Representatives .
I [:Public, No r S.] . ., .
t-r _!iml.._ .receiver. -- of- the--. -bud--- offi'pit.1'1l"_n___ -- .'.__>II.n' .. interest of d'the "land to \\lncli that Mate is entitled under the said river ana tim lines ot- railroad run-I in Congress aS3'mbled.l1ult in all cases said company. k {',".;

nes, together with a lit and proper person AX ACT to relinquish the reversionary certain the provisions!of the act of the second. of1' ning south subject to the provisions where lands have been or shall hereafter be \ Sec. a. And bo it further enacted, That the ,*:V-
re- ,
J Jenriu-ii, in the law, and a citizen of Indiana tube i of the United meiitioned Slates to a and to con I :1rch. eighteen hundred and twenty seven present charter ; and the said company are I granted by any law of Congress to any one said president and directors shall have power *' *

appointed by the President of the C IIi I HI j i i 1 rervation theiein Chailes G. (Gunter therei granting land ;Jo aid that State in openinc! hereby authorised to locate construct"and of several States and Territories ; and where to fill all vacancies which shall occur in their : ',

Sates, ate hereby constituted commissioners I I firm the title I: a canal to the waters of the Illinois operate the sail extension hereby authorised said law does not convey the fee simple title I. own body daring their continuance In office .. :'"f.

to Ascertain and adjust the title of any cbim'i,i!II He to. it enacted the Senate and 1 house of river with connt'c those of Lake Michigan, out of : through such parts of tho city of Washington of such lands, or require patents to be issued J and to prescribe the evidence of ownership ? *

ant to any tract of land, or any part of subdivision I 1 h.r the United States of America any of the unsoll public land in the State I: or public reservations, as the corporate therefor the lists of such lands, which have \ and mode oftransfer shares of stock in said > *

thereof, granted by the resolve Con-- : Ueprcsenta'ivepof subject to private entry at one dollar and I authorities thereof or the Present of the been or may hereafter be certified by the company ; and they shall keep full records of
in assembled That all the light *"
frl.ot the twenty ninth of August; t. seven- Congress t\\ent.t t five cents per acre and not cim.pI United States, respectively may consent to, commissioner of the General Land Office their poceedings, which shall be open to the .
which levent : I I *
and interest or 1
two bundled and eighty right, and tae act title might accure bv the quantity to hosccrtln.. !I t and also to build a bridge or bridges over the under the seal of said office either as origi. inspection of the stockholders at all times '.,

of the third of March, seventeen hundred and to the United States to a certain fraction! or ed Ire'Iltll. which governed the j I Eastern branch of the Potomac r river at some nals or copies of the originals or records, and shall report at least annually a statement -

ninety one, entitled An act for granting [of] .section, number, nineteen" of* township. L. final tt of the grant to the State of i i point above the navy yard : Provided however shall bo regarded as conveying the fee simpleof of their affairs to the stockholders, and shall .

lands to the inhabitants and\ settlers at Yinceiiues number sixteen anil rage nuinu-r fixieen including Indiana:adjustment Wabash and Erie canal un. 1 That the same shall not obstruct the all the lands embraced in such lists that i declare dividends of the profits on any parts .

and the Illinois country in the Terri- an island in the Alabama little r river below commonly the ;,: tier the provisions!of the act of Congress approved :I navigation ihereof. And said company shall are of the character contemplated by such thereof, at their discretion, and generally may ..}
tory northwest of the Ohio and for confirming called a the ., the ninth of May eighteen hundred have power lo Jocltend! establish depots and act of Congress and intended to be granted exercise all the powers and privileges of the .
mouth and
Creek reservation "
Catoma being
the hull and thercbbut where lands embraced in such corporation or to .
them in their possessions and the sever.at I', unuel Creek Indian and forty eight erect necessary >jugs thereon necessary proper promotathe
which Manac
acts in aid of, and supplementary thereto. .; to entitled under the a of Fort Jackson I I j Approsedugust 31. 1854.i -. also to erect such wharves or piers into said lists are not of the character embraced by objects thereof. :. '*
became treaty I river as may bo necessary provided the same such acts of Congress, and are not intended SPC. 5. And be it farther enacted,That the '. "

Sec. 2. And be it further enacted That be, and! the same are hereby relinquished i i [Public, No. ] shall not obstruct the navigation thereof: to be granted thereby, said lists, so far as shares of the capitol stock of said company **.,<,"',
Charles G. ; his heirs and G.t
everv such claimant! to any tract of land so to Gunter assigns '! Provided, further That the said Baltimoreand these lands are concerned shall be perfectlynull shall be deemed personal estate, and that 0'- .
and bhall be issued to the said amend the of the fifty'sixth
granted, or any part orj subdivision thereof a patent AN ACT to provisions Ohio Railroad Company be subject to and ,void and no right, title, claim or interest special meetings of the stockholders may be .

thall within} six months after the publication I|I Charles G. Gunter his heirs or assigns for :: section of the :e eutitl.I" net the same conditions and restrictions in extending shall be conveyed thereby. called by the president and directors, or by :. .:

of{the notice hereafter provided lor file Iii. the sama upon the payment to the receiver of: t to regulate the collection of duties on imports ,: their road through any parts ot the Approved August 'J, 1854. i any number, not less than one third in amount .
the land oflice at Cahaba in the State of Aibaina the second .
and tonnc"nppro
claim in writing, with the said regis-ler, in : \ city of Washington, as are prescribed for the of the shares of the stockholders, at which ', .
vhich be shall specifically set forth such fact i of the minimum! price per acre of t the :; day of March, (n" thousand seven hundred Alexandria Washington Railroad Com [Public No. 70.] meeting members present, and representing a

ns shall} be requited! in the inductions of public lands now subject to entry in said 1 and ninety! : nine. pw.ProviJe.l.: however That this section AN ACT to constitute Pd itka and Bay- mojority of the whole capitol stock, shall be ,
bth Senate and Hou< > of .
the Conuni-sidncr! of the (ioiural Land Office. j Be it t'nRch.t ( w shall remain suspended for two years, from in the State of Florida: ports of delivery a quorum for the transaction business; and -

j .tpirovetl August 2, 1S54.Publlv j I. Representative_ :- ,' ? of th. r litl.d I I States"" of, Americn the first daof. January, eighteen hundred port,,respectively, and Keobuk and Dubuque the stockholders at such meetings, or at any ., p ..

.-ee, .>. Ana- '"- u ra... --.f?,!. "ii..tjc1i ] in l. on ivss :S"C'IIt.U. J n.-u wiien- and fifty five and if at the end of that time, in the State of Iowa. general annual meeting where such majority .
regiattr upon the receipt! of such ill*truc.tlOIlS [ ; Xo. ro.X ] i ..-..m"rrhut'lis'iaU! hereafter be imported I t Alexandria; nnd Washington! Railroad : of stock is represented shall have full power to .

shall give notice by publication in tome .\ ACT constituting Madison, in the State into anv port of the! (Clit.tl States from anyforeign Company shall not have completed a railroad Be it enacted by the Senate and House of i alter or repeal any by.Iaw regulation mado ".,

newspaper ol general circulation! I in the vincinity j i i of I Indiana }port' "of livery.. ; country, i in \'ssd. I propelled in whole Alexandria, and have the same in good Representatives of the United States of America by the president and directors, and may make ..
Be it enacted [ the Senate and Ilotisc olRepresentatives in by steam, and! it shall I by assembled That Palatka and .
lithe said lands of his readiness to re.'eive i I by or : part appear running order in of the requirements in Congrea new rules and by laws, which shall be bind- '
of the United Slates ofAuier- the bills of.lading that the merchandise soimported : pursuance State of Florida shill be ..
< ; apjilicationofc1aimant.s, to which !notice I I of the preceding sections of this bill, Bayport, in ing on the said president and directors : Provide .

thill be attached the instructions of tiie l aaiJCommissioner. ica in Congress :assembled That Idisol in is to be tdin.rel] iunui.tli.itelv, after i( then the :1Iimorp.nnll Ohio, Railroad Company and are.hereby created. ports- of. .delivery., respectively That the same be not contrary to the '

'i. the State of Indiana shall be and his hereby the entry of the vessel it shall bo lawful for shall. hav" the. privilege. of extendingtheir l and- shall be subject' to the same provisions of this act. ..

.Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That constituted a port of dci'.l'ry and shall I be sub the collector of such port t(take possession rwad by either of the routes authorised regulations and restrictions as other ports ol' Sec. 6. And be it further enacted, That I

such Commissioners shall meet i immedritelyafter ject to the same regulations and restrictions of su'-h merchandise, and depositc the Sllt !I Iin by this net : And provided further. That if delivery in the United States; and there shall nothing in this act contained shall be con. -

the time allowed for filing surh claim., as other ports delivery in the United States; bonded! warehouse \\heneveritshall said Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company be appointed a surveyor of the customs, to strued to exempt the property of said corpor- .

, and shall hold their sessions at the town ofVincennes. and there s>hal be appointed a 8Ur't'Jo of lot iptear! by the bills of lading: that themerchandise ,' shall not have executed so much of the reside at each of said ports who shall in addition ation from such taxation as similar property. _,'

They shall Iwve power to com customs to re at said port uho f-hall, in imported as aforesaid is to be I.'I of this act as relates to their company provisions \ to his own dutie, also perform the duties belonging to any other individual or corporat. .

j>el l the attendance of witnesses, admini-terjill ad lilion to his'own duties, perform the duties immediately, delivered, it shall be lwfd for I: by the first day of January, eighteen i hundred j, and receive the salary and emoluments tion, is subject to. .

;! necessary oaths, and to hear and icicle! in n and receive the salary and emolument of surveyor the collector of the customs to ( ponoscion and fifty nine,then this act shall be void. : of f11"e\rs' pi escribed by the act of Congress Sec. 7. And be it further enacted, That .1-

: \ fummnry manner all matters: respecting such prescribed by the net of Congress: aj uproved of the same :nc deposit it in bonded \Pl'o"ellugust Ifcl, 1831. passed on the second day March, one thousand nothing in this act contained shall be construed -

claims. Minutes of the proceedingdeci.
!fcions meetings, and adjournments of the said and thirty urn-, ojding lor th. pani'nt consignee- of the \'s.l. on three da.vs notice I I [Public! No. 00.] the payment of duties on imported goodsat t banking privileges, or to issue any noa .. ,.

; board shall )be regularly entered by the register of duties on I imported; roods, at certain p" rta, to such c"!:lector after the entry of the vessel, Cairo in the State of I certain ports therein mentioned, the ssmebeing in the form of a bank note or certificate payable .
VN" ACT! to constitute: ,
entitled and all arid of acts hcori=i tent I entitled An act allowing the duties on
in a book kept for that purpose, together therein IW'tltiol. \1 act :'illmujig :lt p-irts to bearer .
with the evidence adduced in each par icular: the duties on foreign merchandise i'llorh'J; l with the foregdjf.'g provisions are hereby re. I Illinois: a port of delivery. I ffI''I. !-e merchandise imported M into Pittsbure_ i Ser 8. And bo it farther en*!f
: case, upon winch their dictions have bv.cn into: Pitts-burg. Wheeling! ('iulirmat. 1Ui5- pealed.Approved: D" it enacted by th" SC'llaton1! iT ou;" of. Wheeling Cincinnati Louisville, St. Louis,]I each of the stockholders intherijdN'ajjon, -;-( ."

made. \ille, t Lout*, .Na-hvile! aiid .Natrhcz! tu 1H .August ?, 15.:i. Representatives! of the! United States ofme Nashville! and Natchez, to be secured and Hotel Company Washington City shall be ?*

J St'c. :>. AnJ] be it further enacted, That ev'laiiu ., and jiaiJ: at tho.c j place- ;" and i ihe ]: :i ira in ('orire assembled; That Cairo, In the paid at those p'aces" and said Palatk be I t held liable in his or her individual capacity v.4* :

_r.r >tit ta ttt'V tract .>flo.J t-n yt/itt.'t.l, _;,'lurlt; t." I ..r.\1'i d; r>., fnnl. 11t jjijj port: of lielive'V -': [Public. No. 0.j i j \j :itito of IJliuo:*, shall! be, and is hereby, made n part and annexed to the collection for all the debt and liabilities of the Mid :. 7 *'*(
subdivision thereofiiio! and i and maJeipart ; con'iitute'l;: a port of deliv.Ty, and shall beuhjf district uf St. John's in said Slate ; and said .
or any part or canto lx\ i.hereby, :lTt.'Xl.1 AN ACT, authoris.ui2 the extension of the l l company however contracted or incurred to ,
produce such cuiniais&ioncrs a regular of tl.. rftllcction .llt;!tiirt nf New Orleans Ab-xandria! and Wahinfrti Kailroail.i'.iti .'t to tln> same regaintic-n and re tricj j f Bayport be made a part and annexed to the be recovered by suit as other debts or liabilities '* I
ihe titk' from ill the facilities! | tirr.5 as other f.orts of (!Mivepy in the CuitedSttes district of Mark's in said Stateof
chain: of the original i continue :!! ; and I piivili-ges ; the District (If Columbia: and enfer. I collection: before the court or tribunal having juris'I
to hlm-clf: or vLo can show to their saUsfac-; fouled by the s-iiJ ct of 1&'iiz.- of the tie! Baltimore ; nud there shaH be appointed s'irvovor I Floridand all the privileges and and fa. diction of the case. I.' :
continuous and ecolld of March l bundled arid r'uc: e.'rttil iirixilosrs on of(cu-ton. to rosiiJe_ at said nort. who. cilities afforded to Pittsburg. Wheeling, Cinj .
lion a connect.d possession eighteen thirty. a'J'l Ohio I Ilailrna-l ( 'oinpanv.Be r' f vhall I I Sec. 9. And be it further enacted,That :
in himself and those undtr whom be claims Iw J extended the aid .- in htion to his own duties: perform I cinnati Louisville, St. houis, Nashville and it lawful
: : (tile an: ac hereby to Senal ami ofH'lrf"a'lttin'i j i may be for Congress hereafter tA a?- .
it by : <
: tie IoU( the duties and receive the salary? and cmolu-l I'
for a period oftwentyyaror more, next preceding port of Malison.Appioted : of United Sta: utier- : f Natchez by the act of Congress aforesaid.be ter, amend, change, or repeal the foregoing :
the of I hi Cl] 1S. 1. ( rnents: of surveyor, prescribed by the act of j jGo.i and tho hereby extended to the said
filing I. clai'n: or c L'' show! ; August : That the! Alexandria I' : s-irue act.
fuch:1 claim If! title: a< would, in the courtsof :il !! ;:\cl'uL.'tl ; ; !re s. approved 0:1: till> second ufMarch, j jtijhtecn I I potts I\.htka and Bayport.Sec. Approved August 3, 1854. '' -w-
: an-l \ra :: : Coinnnnv, in1corjorat i j
-1iutfu I hundred! arl! thirty one, providing j And be it further enacted, That .
!Indiana, ba.rm action of ejectment, such [Public, No. 00.] of Viin"n : a. ..
nl :
claimant fchnll l lie continued in bis title. AX: ACT t', con-titutc, TuHcu'nb'a: in tlifState ( by' seventh( Legislature uf j for the payment of duties (! imported yoo'ls I i Keokuk and Dubuque, in tho State of Iowa [Public, No. 74.] '.
the eighteen
Sec. li.; And be it further t>enacted That] : Alabama, a port of tci\'eT:', a.d on twenty 1\rary. railror''l ; at certain ports therein mentioned, entitled i be and hereby are constituted ports of de'iv.cry : .\N ACT making for fortifica-
bundled and! fifty: fr.nr. ; appropriations .
COIitrct : : An act aliouinjj the duties on forriijn; merchandise within the collection district of New Orleans ,
!lid! commissioners shall, ou orbefoiethe first for \" of tions and other works of defence
ollll'llrlo fro11''I.h( th> State Virginia, and for ; *
of }hundred aid fin Ue the cntte and HOV.KO! of i il i'npcrted into Pittsbug, Wheeling I and there shall be appointed a gamy-
i{ : ; the Di trict for the
> th ('itV ( \diingtotu! in ,. quarters, .
fixe transmit to the Commissioner of the (iiM4ral IJepic-sc-ntatives: ol tl.l{'liter Ftatef: > .\:' [ l., and nithrrid to Cincinnati!, Louisville, St. Llluis.a-lt..ilio. or of the customs for each of said ports ending th? thirtieth ot Jane thou- .
Columbia; f, are hereby year one
Land Office transcript, of their decisions ica in Cm)1TQ) .T..fmbled} That Tn,cumbia; their and Natchez, t.he secured and paid at those who shall he residents; thereat, said surveyors sand eight hundred and *

in favor of claimants: which bail! : contain in the State: Alabatn-i dial! J be and i is hereby Mend their mad tIle' from Potomac any point tn :which- places," nil" the ad city of Cairo, and the shall perform the duties and receive the salary it enacted by the Senate fifty-five.and House of ,..'iBe
side .f Iliver to
itiia < :
fair of the cusistitu'ed of within thecollection s.-iiJ port delivery; }be, and is hereby, annexed and! emoluments prescribed by the act of : *
a statement evidence on \\Vdi: a | delivery Representatives of the United States of A- .
INt and there F'liJ road may b" clnlrctd, at or nhn'l t to, and made part of the collection dU- I (.\., annroved on the second day of .., '
claim Otleans :i'rci.s
each respective i is founded : .md aUo u ditrirt : \\ ; the aqueduct of the Alexandria: cantil into I [I menca in Congress assembled, That the following -, :
and aI!l the fncililitrs
transcript ofth'ird ciim5'g-till.t claim.i-us : :! be appointed ff ('U- to trict of New Oib-ans, I Miirch; njrhteen hundred and thirty one, en. i .. *
: iht :s-urveyor jl; the District) of Col'inibia, lolnlrti"t- with Congress | sums be, and they are hereby. appro. : '
said of
with like of tilt.iJ'uc teoideat: said who addition to and privileges afforded by act ttl.t1n; act allowing the duties on foreign .
n Mateinvnt : and the : port sial.in and Railroad Depot pripted to be paid out of in the } *
thl' !Ballini'tte Washington any money
reason *>f such rejection.Sec. his (dutie p!'rf rm { lutit'" fid toceive I .. _____ !_ A .. .1 ___.:_.t,' of the! second March eighteen hundred! merchandise, imported into Pittsburp, Wheeling -I treasury not otherwise appropriated for tW .:* S'
I IiV III" Iln L CIHI\'l'll'IL jinn-- l"itUljmlrfuf and! thiity, one, Lt'. anti ''rereby are extendedto Louisville St. Louis, Nashville .. .
Cincinnati ;
,; And be it further nlonjrF'ifli certain
: or routes, pas-ing thrOIil '
Commissioner oi the Central Laud OlHre of tho said port of Cairo. and Natchez, to bo secured and paid at "
: p'esciilic-d by act Congress approvedon or avenufs, except Pennsylvania fortifications, barracks and quarters (or i .
upon tao receipt of suc'u trail script, shall i. the! second of March, eighteen bundled Itr.t; | Approved .August 3, 1551. those .laces. the ending the thirtieth of June > '
avenue, of Wa"hinjrton and Georgetown; a? year one j :
S'.1" a )9.1eflt to each cluiir.unt: so continued thirty one for importing merchandise into Approved August 3, 1851. thousand hundred and t
eight fifly-five- .
2t ;
authorities thereof
in his title by the said Commissioner) ; and PnuburgV htelii'g! and other paceg. th" corporate may respectively 1: [Public, No. 07.] For Fort Montgomery. at outlet of lake "' Y '
where any such claims have been rejt'chottht. ; approve. subject to provisions.ll.llivi ,VN ACT constituting San Pedro, in the [Public No. 71.] '
t.._,.:.._,..._ "_"P"L."'' -- I Champlain, New York, fifteen thousand dol-- ?" .
eaid Comumstoucr, uposi application of the Sc.: 2. A ml be it further enarled, That <-"j"\j <''' Stile of California, a port of entry and AN ACT to incorporate the National Hotel' lars. .-s.' ;

1.: jirnper person shall have power to icvise such Paducah, in the Slate ofhc\turK., Shixvej'ort S'c. 2. And be it further enacted That (tell very. Company of Washington City. For Fort Knor, at narrows of Penobscot ."... _

t decision of tue said board and mar, inn his in the State of I.'. arr fiFers'jnville, tha Alexaudiia HilI l Washington! railroad Be enacted by the Senate and House of Be it enacted by the Senate and House of river, Maine, twenty thousand dollars. : ;, '
opinion the evidence. warrants it, reverse fucb i in the Stat: of Inclan', : be, a'.id! tli'v ccmpanv: are hereby r.nthoriced to construct !'i Representatives of the United Stales of A- i. Representatives oftbe United States Af America For fjrtrarren, at the arrows, Boston ." 4-.::,

decision and itsue a patent therefor to uch ate heieby), COfl portof din.ryithil a bridge over the Potomac river on. or above, ineriea in Congress assembled. That the .! in Congress assembled, That George II. harbor, Massachusetts, thirty thousand doK .: ; 's '

claimant: I'rotiJed, That this right to re- the colk-cti.n district of New Oi),leans to reHle or wet of the aqueduct of the Alexandria: counties of Los .\nI's. Santa Barlmra and |:1,; Calvert Chales B. Calvert, Roger C. ,'eight- lars. .-/ ". t

vife shall not extend to these chums rejected. :it '':-tch por. who shall, in sdditiot'' tc Ca'nil Cotnpnny; ; Proviiled. Said bridge San Bernardino, iii the State California, be, f man.'Philip; Otterback John Whiters, Richard For Fort Adams and quarters, ent-a-jce to -' ,A"*" 1

,,here the bam) ** lands have been confirmed( by their own duties., perform the duties and receive shall only In* built on or over the piers of the and they are hereby, matJe .1 co'lection :III. Stuart, and those who may hereafter become I Narragansett roads, Rhode Islar fifteen Ir' **- .

the said board to some oilier claimant .And the aqueduct with the consent oftht Alexandria! dis-I of tho hereinafter .
: salary and emoluments of Hirvejorprescribed trict to"k< <" Hell! the district of San I't I members company \t thousand dollars. ,.* ./

l'ro\' itll-d! fuitlicr, That the patents M> i>?ucdlial by the act of Congress approved Canal; (Comp:1I1)ntl: provided further in ,- and San Pedro, in said( district shall be, and I f 1 mentioned and their seccessors, be and they For Fort Schayler, entrac to tong Island .'..*,':'. *'

% !1 only! be ;iJclinyjitlimtnl] of the title: of 0:1: tho second of March eighteen hundred con-tiKcti'ig! said bridge, and crossing the is hereby made the port of entry for said are hereby, created and declared to be a both Sound, New York fifteen tboas-jind dollars. "' ; :: '

the United States, and ISh:111l1ot be cunsliued and thiity one, for importing merchandise ('iie.ajK>flkeand Ohio Canal, said bridge and l district.Sec. I'I politic and 1 corporate, by the name nn'l style For Fort Richmond, at the New :
Into on abiidgcnieut of the rights of thud persons. ,'into Pittsburg, Wheeling, and other pla- t railroad .1J:11l11 so constructed as not to in. j 2. And be it further enacted That acollector I I of the National Hotel Company of Washington York harbor sixty thonsan.d doll marrows,.,,. f. -t. : J"'
I jure or obstruct t the use or navigation of the and the aforesaid to '. ';..:'.
Sec. 6. And }be it further enacted, That ;j Approved August Zd.I 1R.:4. ( Chevinenlvftfind Ohio Cn.nnllId Provided (!' who shall reside nt San Pedro. The said ;:1 have perpetual, succession with power to sue fifty thousand d 0,_'tA ....A:-:,-;. .-

the Comwiiekioiicr apjiointed l>y the President I i further That this act swllllot} prevent Con. (.nhlcctorhllahI be allowed three} thousand{ dol. :I;I and be sued, and to make and use a common j For Fort Carrol, BAltimore----- harbor, Maryland :A.E5- !

thall receive a compensation of eight} dullarsj I [Public: No. (lil.] ; gre.ts from giving; liko privileges to any other lars per annum with: additional maximum seal and to make nnd repeal rules and bylaws fifty thousand 'dollars.. t !

j day, for each and day be be j railroad company or any other person. !:! thousand dollars! an.t{ for the good government of said company Fort
every may ;, AN district in Te.xas I!: compensation of two per I For Monroe: entrance .io Harnpto ;
I engaged in the di..clirrge of4he duties imposcd ; I. \C aim .creating>ew.Mexico.n(coll'cul !: Sec. .'l. And be it .further" (enacted Tnnt should his emoluments and fees providedi : and ago! to hold use, and enjoy, in fee roads, Virginia, Wen. thousand'ddllas. .it.) ; .9 ,
I jnum i I : ; "
this and tho ; the Alexandria and Washington Railroad I I the lots and
by act register and receiver.; Be it enacted by the Senate and House of: i I k,. !*,' amount" to- that sum. I simple or for any lesser estate, For Fort Jiumpter, Chnileston harboiv ::: f j
hall receive buclu coiupcnbation Company arc hereby authorised to establish : and situated in .
thir her- Ueprewntalives of United of A-i I I I" Soc. 3.: And boil further (enacted That parcels of ground premises South CaTolJna tiiousnnd d.
: thl s i iI twenty
,vices as may V>e just and proper ill the di i". tnerica in assembled. That:tat the conntv depots in the cities of Washington and Santa Barbara in said! district shall remain a the city Washington, being lots 8, 9, 10. For For4 Clinch 1tra.nC'P to Cumberland ; i; -:
crction of Comuiibsjotiur of the l Georgetown; at such points as tho corporate of lots 7 and 14, in t
__.1 ntl"n...,.. ctlerl'J of 111 Pat-o in th-- State of Texas and the I port of delivery therein the snme manner as 11, 12, 13, and parts Sound, *.wenty-five'thoosand ,1 ;
.ILI'& authorities thereof rc'pfctiH.1.appro'e', I of said :: ? .
the city
Sec. JJ. And be it farther enacted Territory of New Mexico he. and they are .: may such it notv constitutes ,wrt of delivery in the square 491, on plat upon For fort Baraneas and barracksPensaco- .I 7' :
That it81Jt1l and to lay a railroad track or tracks to erected the house or buildings
hereby created collection di-tiict which i '! district of San Di I which are cow la harbor thoasand dollars.
) be the duty of the CornrniSstlHwrfth a t. within 'go.I ,ten j'For .f :
% said 1 cities and and a- and denominated
: points through known '
shall! he the district, of Paso del Norto and I ust 3, 1854. and appurtenances Pert M'Rensac1a harbor and
Approved II ,
General Land Office )
to prescribe such rules' long such streets and avenues, except (lie OR fLitonil' ....... Hotel, and_ also any additional .. .-- .- J t'
Fronter within said of L'l Paso * of the site-ten thousand ; }
dollars. -
and regulations as may be necessary to give'' county is. Pennsylvania avenue, of said cities as may of lots t adjoining tlie said .I, preservation i;-;::; ;
lots property
hereby .
made a port of and for [Public No. f a] or parts I For Fart Taylor West Florida P
full effect to the provisions of this act.July 1 said entry ch'orJ bo rt'Qpel"lh'l'1.tll'prm'f'lt (1ft.) tho corporate which be hereafter acquired \jyl aeveniy ji.! .
dizt.1 may
iet i the State of Wisconsin fivo thousand dollars.
Approved 27, I8. 1. Sec. authorities of said cities, and to make all AN ACT to authorise and also the improvenv/nts : Jr
2. And said ,
h)> it further enacted, That turnouts the} said railroad to select tho residue of tho lands lo company For Fort Jefferson, Tortogirs, Florida, fiftyihousand "It :: -
I there shall be a collector of customs !I necessnry ; company entitled nnder the act of fixtures, conveniences, and advantage erected d 0 llars. ,"." J,
[Public NO. 7.J] appoint- to such conditions which ehe is ':-'
\ ed for said I being subject terms on said tots or parcels of ground appurtenant -
dJlrc. and for- fortifications Ale
I together \&lh such other of hundred For at tras. island San-
restrictions and taxation and fuch rules eighth August eighteen : '
AN ACT to establish oflicrrs f
a portof delivery at as are for I thereto. .
by luw. The Laid of the Fox Franiscobay California'
Iro\id..tl 'e-hundteditb'
( Lake Port on Lake Punchaztrain and for collector shall Frontera aforesaid and regulations, .dative to the construction tv 'six___, for the noDp"improvment Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the sand dollars. 1 i
'I .ftn ,.. $
t other 1 and he shall be entitled to I repairs nnd WO'king of their road within the lv cuiiaiii &I i" stock of said shall be five i I!
purposes.lieitetiactcd capital company
a salary, not exceeding enacted by the Senate and House For fortifications at Fort eittwrncf'toSan 1M '
by the Senate the House ofRcpretenutivfg two thousand t j cities of Washington and Georgetown; as the Be it \.I hundred tboasand dollars,to be divided into PfItt r ; :

of the United: States America i. _L.A:_ .. :.. .i..e, .t.dolar"per annum" ,_ in- I rornornto_n_ authorities of said cities_._ _rna__,\ .f.-nm_n_ Representatives of the United .States of, five thousand shares of hundred dollars Francisco bay, California, one Iha red .;-
in unit me- ices ono
ViUUIIJb zUU allowed law I bat trie thousand dollars.
Congress! assembled, That there be and and the amount he shall collect in any by one I tim'e to time respectively prescribe so far mriea, in of Congress the State Wisconsin tssotmYetl, i ia hereby i each, aad shall be distributed among the parties For armament of fortifications "in the har &. 4i J.,'

lereby i established ei the terminus, of the year for fees exceeding the sum of two thousand as it may lay within their respective limits: Governor to be selected the balance I interested in One said lots of ground and bor of San Francisco bun i t :
I authorized to cause one
Jefferson and Lake Potitchartrain railway on dollars shall be accounted for and paid Provid I'd. no higher rate of taxation shall be of tho land to which thnt State j is entitled premises, in such manner as shall be agreed : dred and thirty thousand.dofinrs. t i!
said railroad than
i is
Lake Pontchartrain a port of delivery to embrace into the Treasury of the United States. imposed npon company of the act of the upon between them ; and every j 1\Cr.ou. co. For forts the western 'frontier K
the charters under the provisions on ; jjf t Texas t. tf
also the lake prescribed by respective of said who is shall i
terminus of the canal Sec. 3. And be itfurther enactedTlmt and partnership, corporation, o;
hundred forty hundred thousand dollars.
to be called Lake Port; that a hall'I district court for the Territory of New Mexij cities; and said! railroad company shall keep I eigbth August, eighteen erf\\" I be a proprietor of one or more shares shall. one ; H, :
the Territory is- of Fort
suveyor aid For
be appointed to refide an omen, within the city of Washington. or I six, granting laud to be member of said repair Niagara, New York, ,
I thereat that all ships! I co shall have and exercise jurisdiction overall in the of the Fox and by virtue thereof a corporation thousand dollars. '
or vessels bound to said Georgetown and shall have power to sue I II con 4n improvement and shall be entitled at all meetings l'ljlthree l'ljl\r
port shall after cases which t.hatl arise in the collection disi the same by of Fort
i connect For Prebjp
proceeding rivers and to -repair
I and be sued to make contracts, and to Wisconsin Portland harbor,
thereto and
for the
stockholders election of
making i del Norte in the administration purchase of the
and trict of Paso lands
roport thousand
the i-ntry I I and hold lands so far as bo canal ont of any of the unsold public Maine,'OD dollars : 'fi
at port of New Oilean may necessary a nffir.prlL for other to vote.
within, in the if or any nnrnose. one
the time of the laur same manner, at
revenue at fur carrying the of the in said State, subject to private entry one i For repair and improvement of Fort lade
limited law operations ; ; ;
be ;;
--j share the
by for of
permitted :
. to unlade their the eaid district was entirely within thu Tor. company and the servico of on tho dollar and twenty five cents per acre, and in person proxy every f endence, Boston harbor, Massachusetts ten,
the said process
cargoes at port under the rules Mexico.Approved be stock so heltl. .
and fitury of \v claimed ; the quantity to thousand dollar.
i president or any director of said not by pre-emption "be it That ..
regulations prescribed by law.Sec. company Sec. 2. And further enacted, S
2 1834. which
It 2. And be it further .ugus or on tho chief clerk in attendance at the ascertained upon the principles gorcr- the affairs of the said shall be conducted For repair of Fort Colambos *n4 Castle : -
enacted the company
That to re'a-
of the grant Williams York
d the final ,
of the shall ned adjustment
office r
\ fy fconiand -
alltcsels, about company any partycomplaining and six directors to ,
to depart: from said No. G3 Wabash and Erie .. by a president hundred
ports [ ] lo State of Indiana for the five dollars, -Ob
,. *o foreign poile and places, dial l be permittedto, j t!I\ ACT to authorize tho Stale o/Illinon>!l as authorised proceed under the against laws of the company District- canal under the provisions of the act of CongressI l, be elected l by the stockholders present, or a J.i I I rir.. rejir f rt JJamilton. .00 folm. F" ,

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.-"I lua.icn.liMfthfioat, .Vow YoA Kailtur, tciim.w' willHtleioit fiud litnefvi, election JW no far be- Cutting off all Fellowship with Them.Wj River and Harbor Bill- A Nut for the Sentinel and GovWe Brown Gov. Brown at Alligator

_ :. : ttu2nil; dILLr. hind Democratic) e>pjK>wnt as to excite doubts in : ju"tc { Itri x. t k a thoit pir.igr.ij.l fit>nj tlPitts Tin<'iti arc L.iiig made, it. ceitniu:
: t 01 i-uur of r "t MifHiri, !). !I.nvrje ti.vr, I IJ't''e his ovn muu! as to whether the people -f tLu SUite !! uri G !!I, ti the effect thnt out i f l.ii.i.Iicd.-'' otc i -a tif; iii>t Mr. MAXVFLL bo riu: p of !hsi oppofi eigncd willi the in tial.s J. (J.,1* which we recognise ALLlGATOa, Ft A, Aug. 18, j

9 (1l thob.tII'L : ". I 've.-e s.pj.iife-d; of the fact tit ho wis H candidate S of \\ l'iz- j-rij'vr"i inlh.I ; X rth t.'ine "half .t.i irto i i'Hi to ar..i vote on the H\ .?r and I H.iil hior lilh? 3Ir.M. as th! *c tithe late editor of the Florida! fienfiml' I MR. Kr.iTouI suppose it rr.fght. cot be

i ii tefcar e.'l'v.h'iit I .it OKI i'uiht C intuit, "il.ei" wu i$ omel.w!) ; e'gmncant: in the question (.pjn' o.l t.. n fii.5"ii lttweeu'shigs an vin! r that vote. Itwilltvcr Jo-mi, Ctii Jlrfj. Wt <|ic.fcf tlief..ifwirgextractloin I uriinUrebtititf to many of your readers to hare entjrL.1j,

.Jli; \ti'iiiJ: to\fii. thousand iMIiiis.iu picptr.ndt.d: : by I>r. F/aKiiiLi iu the letter published j An. -; (.- ib! i i "Iialf !i-ztii," li-i I'aj.crsnJs im.itt :i i stand tit his vrvtii f>r lioLCity and f.ii I fulni-s, and, / the letter, I lica :'e it trt .tnt in our juslgrntnt.a ace-oi.nt; of the doings of the wbo'? Contention <> ?

', i rff.uir of Foil MHCOII U tan Cot I liarbvi. (frum i him frome time since touching; tho fuitue jtulitical spieu.ii.-, tlian: the l>. t.>n Ati ithu ii-i-tr, r ..Itan] 1 1- 'huiilJ! :ad we are sure it will, receive tha hearty approbation not uvcr-ctagg'Jratel j'ictur if r't'rtl.erui sentiment I assembled In this place on Monday j-itl j ht Wh.1h

: l1al7.: :oilh Carolina, tuo thousiiui eiollnra.i I actbn i.f Guv. UKOWS. That question was adroit g.n of MattiKhnicttsVhig cry. Hut it xvi.lu\ siui i ith.u s.f au ovtrwh*-lining maj iity of his *iristit- in relation: to the atAte of opiai-m prevailing iu the fro- I Delegates Were in attendance frtm the dim;,..

; : : 01 j'trstfixattoii of the site of Fort! Mnrori, Iy tvaded by the SiHtind in its reju-ate-d n< tioea, ol ..h.le this rame Atlas I i? opposed to a fiuum, LIthe ti'-tits. The Bill itself, taken as a whole, was objectionable State, and bteuuw shows up the attempt of the Columlio, Hamilton and Alachun. A Mrii.j of '

., : B'-ul'i.tt ituibor, NurtU ('a.i O1iIl, OIH thouvirut the Doetor'i letter, but the Go\cunr )has yiveii tl.e! c \tr.tct whivh f lo\\! d it hujja to its Lvsuiu tht: ao-J even, to many who believe in the Constitutional [ reser t editor of the .V/ i/i//lo li'jod-wnc! the Whigi lotions wa already prepared, cad the luslnew < '*"

% ) ilollai ?. ai. wc-r ht Aiignt! (>r. 1iVe cprodnee the (juettion heieI ti Nelia,lia AVhys iii the Smith, mid cuts oif, ltho.it < jiovvcr of Cnngre.-.t to en.bark in a general: sytemT of Florida, by telling them that the efi"it to abolition mittee after a brief absence came in and *'

'+ 4 T'1-I :t. I MI. ]>1 Ct rvntinn of U.o. site 1 1'o.t Johnson, by I way e f n-frvEbiug tho reader's recollection : ceremony, firm all f.lowt! .hip and ciimniuni.in, all the intcinal inipiu\emen:8: and of Coil!Se it mut have- lie l both, [>arlic <* !bus met with at much opposition; fiom them. You have probably scon the rcsoIutLiJ! 1!

it? rJl.L: ; : -! '. :: a new uhaif, ChaiK'Moti: harbor, 44 Another question to the peopleMr.. IV.itc, and I NcbraAa: : \Vhi s in the South, until they bhlall cat been much more objectionable to such as deny! this the W l.ig: as firm the democratic1 party. It will besetn will omit them here, but tbe-y tit,tJufj the

1iutli Can/Una, four thousand two hutjduildollars. nm (lOT.('. There im. thiee pat Zis P now in Congress.viz their wink, nliaee their tcp repeal the Xebiu-L.i piwer. It is true, (here were s"nle few approprialion 1 I that J. ('." places the WI.igi', free soicrs! end tion Into a were inwtiiig; and f rdaIlremLracedTtT"

:-1. A Court it ntittot >j the rcaiiictive clause of the 3libuUIj :ah Iitnists all in t the same 'iriJ i.5" but sees hope nominee of Gadadcn and Leon, a, the
for whieh National in their character '
provided were standard
I ithein and Southtrn) Dtmt.er.it.-. An abolition fctt
!'or preservation of Tort Moult iie Charles Coin j'Iolnic. f.>r the country iu the fact that at k-ast in Ma achusetta of the w big party of the State.
i pai ty. comjx'fed <1 t Mime Democrats vnd the: entire and which, had tlev stood upon thtir own ner- But npou the .
:; :: ton harlior, South Carolina, twelve thousand; i- N oi tin in \Vhijr paity, i L'.e c-bject is to trample unjder Finm t'te Boston Allan.Vhitcvcr its, would have received the probation] of the cotui- the) }im> air of this abolition horde is lost iu disputes tiou of I these resolutions, they met witK-uJOtnv j-adop.-

k1 :, three hundred dollars. fK>t the? C-on-titutiiin : 3. A wnall party of 28 \ ;
tti For repairs of 1'oit Jac-Kson, Savannah j ixvl Sni.thein Whigs, n* trte 1(5 the Union as the V.'hij"; :as to the eour.-e whieh their iluty, aii.I l ih* i isoun I so take it that tie lcste< tditr\> teratherbetter uutLcT-1 man who baa heretofore county gem! .

.' .:I river Georgia, five thcuftaul dollars. I Democrats, but n> few in number that unless they !, ,t jxilu-y may duu.ind ti l I them, ii, i tot was the log-rolling system carried out, that, in order !' ity with: the Whigs of Florida than the oi.e- generally acted with that

iLI; For of Foit mouth of Mobile I will ui.ite with the Deiiiociat) iu Conjicss they can, ritaiijii
::4 ; repairs Morgan, do the Sui.tli uo good. Now f>
4.c: : bay, Alabama, five thousand dollars. hieh of these pM tiC$ will (;tiy. lirow n act, clcctedrIf Why paily ul tie! fire States are uiiitcd, and in I Irrjicct of no fibre National J.C." a stingij: rebuke c.f nil uuch joliticiaiis iu of the reaolutious, because while lie adoption -
than the
." For repairs of Fort Pike, Uigolet Pats, be is opjx.. ed to the South uniting here-to the ; t-i whieh tl.-uht or lie.-it.-itinn j is imjMi ,1 bit1 -.- i importance most inconsiderable the South as speak of the Ntbnu-ka Bill as vtmctit <

Louisiana, one thousand dollars. unices uniting and bending up one united voice intuppurt 1 his i* in logaid: to fLu thit r co <'i'|ieiation and j. int plitio.il ->- / Spring Branch in Florida Tlie entire dcl! | ansi who undertake to its disposed to interfere with the wwhe of the
*'i> d.-precaite
For repairs of Foil Macomb, (foimerly, of our (funny bmueA and for tho protection of action with the tiouthciu Whi memlitM ofCingres1 elation from this State, including Senator ilouro.v, i if advantages or to object to the nomination of Qov. BROW.-
our ) ty-will be bu in f.iM-rt.f the and those Southern, ) tii.-iri by charging, as Gov. Jtaow.v docs, that it originated could
pieipelt wlio hy voted
Fort Wood Chef Menteur! Pas Louisiana lepiestntativcscit pi e seit, against the Uill. and they would have been fal-e not cordially concur in it. Tlie resolution Were
.;: the* people, whig and Ieii'-rnt. uniting inCongie I advi-eai'y Uio Nvbra>*k.i wri'iig. have united to !tel? their from: a source fosupicion as to make it look like na however

: : % ::.'f two thousand dollars. f 'iliis is the qucbtioii, Mlow citizens, to I i ray their paity, have piove-l false to the ].ioiiij tng-s! to duty had they done otherwise. The two Imp trt fi>r tfu &c1U II, 1.y cunning politicians, for iu put the upon their passage and adopted, Mr.H.

For repairs of Tower Dupre, Louisiana, aus ci." ( f honor and to g Kid faith, and who have |1.t.t si that I C5eoriia Senator.!, both of whom are Whigs, likewise their own felfL-h r The late editor if voting negative. A committee was appnibt ,/

1 i4 r five hundred dollars. -- pol\-; tics and pt-rsonal Isoaur are nlike jiow us ?* !l.- voted in the negative.: From remark made by jurpobc as to wait on Gov. Bnowj* (who was in town.) and ;in.

:. For icpairs and extension of Foit: t. The Gulf Mail Service- funthe iletn.uiilr. s.f necti I. ,r.il: ii iUttion and -"lli-h Mi-:>ar<. TOOMBS and I- \\sox, we quote as follows: in rebuke! of the Whig candidate, eays : form him of the action of the meeting ; and in a gLo
policy. Tl.i-y h.tve, by th<.* tlu'V iiaveoluiit.i If the common; Constitution ? iisl]
eourso rccogniz1 protects
time that !
liver Louisiana It will be seen by "lie following letter fn-m the Mr. TOOMI8. gentleman made hia and ,ttbo t-
Philip, Mississippi twenty- riy! -!iissti t t'i pursue, nude: fintlur j> >!itic.*l <-. -"jeiaI Thu grave Sennto,,. ;.vtv-two this speei.s of isii.ti ty. it sites so ccjuallv with all appearance

($ .i.1-e lit. p fhiuis-ind dollars.- I lion., S. 11. :JIALI.OUV that the IVst Oftice DepaitMieut: I t I ti >:n with thifui an mjti>S-iV.tv.! They have: il.iioi iientleniori.repicneiitingtlu'Mivcu-igiitiVpof this Union, otht-ri, and it i i. us, U'IC jn-iniitttd to iiiipair a citizen's drvssed meeting in his usually emphatic and zcal-

.1 ':&.E' a q For barracks and qmrters at Foit IlamilyK' has contiaclcd for a it pUll ]'ti'fl of the mail c mmuucation i this deliU-ratcly. witli t tlie :irnplst wa.'nifg.n: of I the are ealled itmn to slth gate! *tis-Ii a jni\\er 1. an onicr i iof lethal and! c-on m'.n rights :.r.d j ii h icgcs! i.t.efcr that in- oas btyle. He in the first place entered into a Inborn!

ton New York one thousand (dollars by steamer between New Orleans: and IZevvtst. | i'ie\iwhlc cuiie ,uc nevi. Tuy! have. th ieJ!, ; I
'- ; I no li iglt t to c-.Iij| .I..ni| s.| NmtlArn \\ hi s. f r a j"-i I- \ and uvoi-l I mc I lin cjtieetiuiM tiji t-eLly. 1 vltIit than it wiu'dbeif[ that f-lave wire cxchni-gcd for field
rL J $ > '* \ For contingent expenses of the fortilica- j \ Cajit TKMI-I.I.IO.V, the gentleman to bom tbe the l'rt.-i it of the Ui.iu t .M.ifei and also the causes whkh prerentrd a more
? tiuli i.lto whieh we have I well fme.-d I I l.y tli ir I lic.uhtT t to come and meet stscks. house s or l.ir.os. :Ti.t, iievrthtl *s, the South
1 ( I, *VV *' lions not herein ineutionc-d, the piCMrvationt 1 conttact bus been ssisyned: formeily, commanded the i smd'I I l'i.ic faith. Tl e wh.'l.- of t'c' rp i! il.ity! j tbi-.ipi.-3ti.il. imd to m.-it it IiK- a rr-an. I cm with i was obliged! to piuha the lights of eitucnship by j general! attendance at the Convention ; all of wlich

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I* 't <: l cJairsof sudden damage to fort, twenty thou- .i isii.g and cneigetie cfllccr: this he\itable e .p.initi'Ji.! H', ts Uj;|MIIi t!,. m. Tl .-y J and I am re.; cl\ d.-f.-nd. him lei e. and L.-ft.rc theeoui.trv Miouri C'oinpiomW, and thr.s suifer a pi nalty for Hue tioiw of public policy and principle which (cries
j I wue wrmtlie| llist mon.eit tli X,-l>, iia peilidy fritbi.t; [ I g. f.r ;ione of this hueksttrinm ,-' slac-hoMini Ihiity jeais itr.. wh u it was sotght
i& .. .. sand ilollais. i wn* >Ig4e-teJ, i that o int<>!>- abc! snid! i-i./inir.i'oi! ] a i ord*-r that v.ii may avoidetoe- and iif>ptopnMiontw to hold the Xoi tb e< 1:1 to tl is bard tat gain, and to divide I the issues of the present canvass, be found a difficult

;' Approved August, 1851. \1I1'(1ON, August I If., 1P5I.; > aehiine could 1114 t, :it.I l v.uhI! l no! be .utr-resh. It wa: Inh you a.li.ii ) oircoisyoa! Lure not siifikietit reaaon the common territory in re-peel to the slavery I task before him ; and with all Lie apparent confid-jocr,

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I My DEAU Silt The mail seivireon rotite S.r 03. j whkh Snut h.risVJ.g- lia-1 thmlvis >lict:>tf.t I t-> the ly Jii"nd, from I/iui-iaiia tavo: tise! mot >v .rwht-! 'Ihe South t-houM! bo wholly tul.cnt Five timc-B, I position, and I doubt cot but that his friends Lad
: p.nly ut liiiuisar.! and to whi.-h n.u.iv N.' tlro ii.ni;; 1t-a-it.e u :iin.-t tin jnibVy of this I bill, I that I tcrh'.trl % Ulic\e, in either throne Iuu e cfCorcress ortleothtr (

Jflonorau & jminralTALLAHASSEE from New Oilcans to ]Key \VeM, 1 by ccihiin iuteime.j Whi<* had: ini'-t i nhxtantly yielded. I It"w.i- in J>.il- fiora my i.fit.-i.pj-Hi.-i.t.-.. I II he >;!> &, tie aniiosl- th -y 1ai'td i-Wilmot piovito. '1 be South, loused ( cause to feel as much at the close of the meeting held

j diatc1: polls, t twice h JKInonth in ft earner*, will be as'Minnil t i ;nU<- M .hiti a t
p iaJ..k: : : -.--,- -. to-day to (Vi"t.Ten.j.5ttui.ut" ( J-IS/'OO JTmmum. wn" a bu'i'h of ;. Iaa.t sncni %o\eiant. It w.', the l li.: ria ,I.'p ha\e rejH it ts: it i* tine : but I he nv, 1 tl he aim! m and fury of the ccntiover.-v, the claim wn tin.e. In his address accepting the nomination,

: ('fs't: i- -a < fnvne! ui.d in.pi >alIe gulf; that: s.f! >!. I tl-ty 11 MV lie wron-r i.-rM.rra. ;md I we eli. rust know abaiiJoneil) ami the, t, ae prn.cijTe! adopted m the t rritoiul be denied that the Northern Whigs were aMitioniztd
.) wbo well known is for -
e :
) a gu.-ir.mtcr
tnt-rgy very ]niji. p.mdi: .'m hlttVt-e-I! tlie \ .rihi ail tte: b'f'.th. whether tiN* a wue di-jK.itii.n of the I public; mom bill!* i..i| Utah ind N-w Mexict.-that of leav-
..P | I'e prompt and effificnt ciiirnu2s( S.nice will Of .ill thU th i- \\ trw.inwl oame-tly. ,.tr-atlIilV. I r !. : ; ad: we do ni.t i know but tb.t: it will be ljIJ.iri.'Icresi it>X tho e tirttoici: cq-i.-IIy open to st-ttlemc-nt and! or that they were less sound upon Southern

1 Saturday AitRifct 26 IS.54. nnvinr.ee on the I Jd t <.f Ot) tuber .Midleiniliiatcon tinuCth CV- l. Our wa1 :.!II wcic u his e sl-.1.! OT) s ii'r. a is -> (-xpt-iis'.s-sh f r e I Isais u'-I.--ii bt., ; t- <.5 i.T.7.at"n: Ir m ni; s cii.] ,.., Lf the ij.i.lD, The -clrs.kn j rights than Northern Democrats. He contended tLttj

t''t-; .-- -- of June, I the e>nd i.{ i llio te-rr.i, whe-u a new contract '% en- 5b-t! : -''. :.i< 1 ii is.'..ud. tititi ii! we irt I Iii li l.t. .iy _. 0 1rli i'tt e I I: at 'n. n.I lea e j hi i!!, wlich fn: ally r> {< n-r th.>t -cr.illea\e8: j the principles the Nebraska bill were the priceipl 3
v.l!. the: s t.kxr, to w !l.i.i, t lit' hi-: ai.d! ill Ci>!,->titlitiiili 1 I. the Irituris of Kf.isas "nr.d cbrntkp. in
: a j' : : : ; TERMS.-TinIV.;lla s jer nnmmif p idi!) will g.iIt. e fleet. [ !: .>PIJ 1 !, 1 to trit tln vholn'xo lic.-n '< t.-t h ft i i'. t-> a ,jvn le-r i it. it he I ( 'J ]. L'i.ir.i i
: adv-ft'ice; 3 50 if paid within t-ixiu.'nthn-fthe.} ::mi'.f 1 V<-:: %' illeiri! } i he tl.i.t M.Mutt.e l lir.s b-H-5 added to'the fii.-L if, IAI.iih h a our ta c. ij<-It.i.s pollt.d ;M :..iI 1 Pr5.tti. n ..j the pub'.ifTic-j-i ryiI I s : c j i.'t Ia( r.t 11 la'z.'t, and ri-trely eai rice it i ut." ,!' WIiigs voted against the lill was, that they were

I. : :b''.:; >B a'j'rtcnbiinmiil' 400 ul tiie-enJof, th<- jei. AdV f'iucr M-hoJjle.;; : UK-] ;il.i; ; t.r'.in.v. f this c._i.ieeto !..:I.tr !-S b.; istd 1i thSi iarv of \\'1tr, arid nt in tl.f ..- I-;. -v w.- sbbn.lt ti. tl e j i.e.ie;: whtthcr they are will : opposed to the repeal of the Missouri Con.promise,

) vc.-tUeuieiil*. Om Dollar) : i st.t: ( "f2! ? l\n\ -}'<.! liift; '1.- -,. -'. tli.t"ilt -'. .;,. I -i.-h a siruply because it was a
1. '* ,* p' tl.e ii, teitd* < f< ur ?'..'.< ciMi' t b. toti h'' My .ij>- ', U. i'"i.e no !: t': > tbeo rcir.-irls r.f'plv t.tub i I t-li ay { rt'j.H.t.i'11 lirz i>> Ss te f. r a c.M-Ij.te who lsii ti.ensure compromise, nud nut from
'.. ft'J. .MJ f.f..y Cu1 1W nil .UlC(1t.t i'iciti! < T.f. Aniij'uva'ilts 1 za the :>ui v.l..,!. ? v }l.: !It r--Miev. ji'i'J icgr.i any rppoMtion to the Scuthi. Now while he
; : *' of *: '*. '.. ( ral >< 'lrifc! : tL. aIra*, ]>rtiit:-..dtv : ill.I is i'IKl their.oet {.owtitiiiar' umdit-i that ci-uld 1 i.e wli'hrs i pronur.ired: ly J. CS' as cn.bodirg the : soughs
I z a-i-1 i 1 t'-!! nr. ; d Tu; r :.n! i 1 1MJ.! uad i ll.oy -n v to the cf hi \V-e, *_if aJ*
.i:.;: : V> b puT in iJrj"ire. ]Ucli: : icvs. O) iti' ., >

t .. r: : ,* i*' ila: f 3f'jUW'5.i uit: <*xiv < tSinp 12 1r.; t. ii 1: :Meni.ulv! \ !: re !f.-ii-jei!. | I..I intbu l.l hi-t h i.i-r, ti.i-jrr.t anlrrxir-j vrt' ; t j, kn-.w !hetht \ !.: e LIM itifw i--i !lv i.r i. t" 11r th? arrariircw1f 1& -* l n-rfeiy Caries ('ut," as pretext entirely to hays
4 ). nf thi' h ill. I: i. :. '-U Isfl 1 !, r.i; a:) : | forgotten that out of the 75 TTLujs in Cutsrets frcrat
Na > iI '
r : : ** gtati4. zr t ps. ] An-.v-Xtd I 1 hauli a C"pyef tLv schedule: : fii the in \i-ttuihv! Wlii; j. auals iu Ki-ntui-5.v. Aibaiit! i.ot being nccc-fary at the tine's.id, as nrigiratlr grcm ;
S $ .tir.4. 'f JC2 II ) ViL' ? ( irt thix C:: :.Zlt-il.ov.ld J'l'Lv.ri! .-ly i>i t vL..thf rtiiem the free State only 3 of them voted for the
: : I :t i 01tiI1l zt j :L: % ipti 1. % i 1itil fv .:utL j'nt! e. 1 J----! .:: !. w ho- ** co.1.! !.i- ji-lind i lt t1 hi rj: :'. I.I aud ; I < icvac: aro cppri-ptii's-iT I i I ieay!! Wfcnt5 5 t'.r f Slave! Law. How do you suppose be acfctufedor
| .'-_'. 11 iiAi.i/jv.: i % ii-.tr riid I.8iix in ili- u'te-at eci.i.try. iztet.di1 'i trap ft f; r the i.'>u/i by cuniiii.g poIlt'cLns Jrtbt.irrwnnin.h
.,' .
i. '
I&t.i t tl. -l'ttl.ti"l ,
'IH>! IV ti> p< | t.! VI | the vote of Northern Deme.crat the
.r.- fi t-iii tin: At'.M.tuto: ; tli-j I'itC.f.r, :.i-l j from the : ?(* To it is tti-I on Xttraskai
IV.\ji!' thei.i '.V.> c'u-ii-l.! < i !v ti! v..mt; -.1 ..::: 1i 1- itrprscs 1.5 quite
I 1.i; -:,. i r.imi: FiiR TIE; C.UHMIGX. L-.l.i-: l-i tli'' ( >uf.! '>' .- -. !itiewie'y i Bull Di you tLL-it as a Southern man nuUewxi
Ftc.c 2503-Iron hvt-t liti.'br *
; : Octotcrl, 1S54, toI i 5.' ?aiit!. tt.jii.itiuii nh l >i-ii.: > t nee ; dt-r.t that J. C. and (Jov. Ur.owN treat i-siie tn '
V aI:: n I I Jur.o ":o.) IS.-JD. .inl vr tinittv( 1 t.i.ji.- lat n, .I lhiii<{ ii.--.I] t\d* < t.-tir sj"-i.t IT i:< t ; :;ud i iln-nf-ie I ayitw hn.l this aisI! will not for motr.rr.t doubt that gcr.'rots; fetb'rgs, he cozujl-imented tLtm for that
we a
: s rI.oR1Ax' will be fuu.i-V l :i-it.ti.i; wo. .- point hunest and in the of
I II4.t patriotic course suutiUDing rights
FK-HI JvTt-w Oile.ii.a by I\n :ie< !.i. A r.!: .- .!;(. cf the of the State I i
| ] ) niit to i.io it. I. Lo.c.i. thii.k an rm cverwhtlrriiug majority people
; : -: :: 1'J*fit ( a1)ptigII: tit)J tp to the 1 >t <.>f Non.Lc r. J' iu.t! tyitjr! : t'ji'uf.-t:o.r. *. \h .+ iii.ivi 1, n.< r.cl< -ey! jnti jippro the South
: : riH'V CKNTrf. TLJ *B1 covti coet. CnsL St. M.ik. CLa- Ilijh, 'J !iiju, -tIi.tvc: to Ile\ ih.Ti, e-vi-r. K: t \ i:5.: ttjo! 1 1 ir.: : .VLi._* .! '.. -i'i >:i fr* :.. I II ii.tti'.;i f r i n i i.. ; sover.-.t: \ il! )h.>. ben< tle-i: : ai.a de will le fjuul 1:1 October also at issue with hiui. uuder the cocititufion I No. He displayed
;: .. i Y'c 't. 1 is.. :nli.tlli it \ .. : iri'.i-! a' i i'v< r tr'!. it. pt.t it in a i I out and out the narrow rr.inded and ultra epirit of the
Ki-ntuo'i '1 Mi.i:i -ii.ud wj'h .' t's S We fiom the l follows
an i; cvi-ry -i:iatAr < t! quite ttcras :
ji all 1 must acc"i '! oitUi *. [ K Of(> c.i4 nnl 1 bnc'i, tv.i.i inT1.'h in t'ean-.eit.! : lue
: : cases : pwv pi l-i.-! f-.t d h i nt put i.i c\cr\ | all: onr the! CMTliy !-
1 II h.II uiaIt And wbile be cotlu tad the
\> .ti. bii a M..JIC; i x'.e*.tji! '!, l ( It would be ur.cr.ndid a'lmi
(. *' EsI. I L.'iive Xe\\ O.h l at I 1't :.iii 1 !Iil I l e-.vh month.Airiv I I'o' the : not to : the a-p-ct of nf-1
1 --alt-r
t- i-t tej. iu-t *
------- ripprrpiijtii.r.
A, Tel i..t a-ee, .in 1 witituh i i jou.'li :! : ) U.e Iii -him n-I 1 1i fair in the i-htss4.l.hiIsg States never1v poitiou of his Northern AVhig frnnds all the patriotism -
I t KeyVtiT S'h jnd 2.'dth ii; i '- DEMOCKATIC) XOMI.\\TIO.\S.\ () i I I 1% C :*t -t () h ]i .i. 1 : tI:1: t..I im.n'h. i \YhiiT, ht. !ldh,.: ? ]:. pf.bilc.ii. si>d !'..'.::t. the i lve cf the "cuuntrv, and regard for Southern rights{ necessary TO 1NbUIli -
.- ri-1 tl.e \rl.ti \\li! ;i vfjl I l:4vt in f..l! \io\v "iht- I; [ Tl.e'e'l : ir.-k.i till L< ; ,ai-u..h| Lur-lltam tiitirnut Intl
;.e : Lt.avv Key't t Icin i.i.J u.d: ,l t : l. (a.JLtlg. : > VVYisOX. ll.vrvb'dy knows that I am r.p- i : HIS FUTURE COOPERATION \VITH
TOR COKGSESS : -- ----- -- c% ztzt.e! e.'ti '1UtI.C( .i r.-c-.I tlItkslt-S ih '.r .., .. i- ;'iait< r, to :.'i f.ctivitj andra.>ii I have reers
;t j Tis'j... ]- i tu all ti! ::te. i.t R.l.rIsf1'i.ri; Lil-! I l. r1VV THEM AS A PAUTY. he could never ccK>perat
-, fII I )tcr I. i>jK rati- n i ;.- U, n iMt- :rjM'i en lxfrtTl.." mtjoiitv of oven thi wl.r
Be not Ico anruite.TI. J L'''i". .-! t'.JI.!V tI.!:! tin.* .... -it i.iAn.t',* I tun ti-t* t fif"li thc-tn tbe i.ncvn-'i'i.ri; Myii'.v>i ( n the .1 in tie giipporttd f with the Democrats' the North, ft r they were on-
1 t.O.l.ittvI .
\ or 1'ntly af.jtjrc-cul C'tmjrtrr.ije.
t--e.l l
I ., i.itili] L&ei : i.Luih:: mall: fiom \] !.iI h lItj< h.ti.-: 'titih'. h. .- r'sj'Ct I.HVC b.n w.ll t-\j.it bv a I Ini.erati)
< ; z Iy l evuv ; >: \i. i : :< < !< ji.-ij i :rie.: : the fluted SI-IH. nr-d" J.-ive f !:.* iti.ouMc* t.is bill t.s u wur.t.'H B jrtsiuii c>f souiiJ, and sustauivd the Nebraska bill because they
l'l I f <-ijht
< l -l.t S ;
the Ki.it; r.i.d. V.\tt, ].-iin litijct.bt! th.it the Dem-) I b.tn rt < !! 1, :.n j ti.l ii i i'.i: sniio..U! <:, i .ciU.-d t. the f'.d\c: pirl a clvlibi} -ir.te viol.ti"'j of faith
; puver.
and to it the admicistration
i I 1 ith the S from :I-Li.i tl.tii draped by
S.; lo bv M-'e'. W : ; > Ii l' u, Upl.ll -* were whipped up -
the N rth ly the > pi < : ron BKruisiNTATj\is ruou I.EOX : ociuloill t.aii: I) the Stale i.i; Uct .Ur 1 ly u hanlM.o.eluajinty. iti.-'j i f ir -e-r i.'i-l I h.ib! r Kiil. ;i.:1-: t lay il-tli: ; i ] n p'trt ci- and voted trerubling in their sloes, lie
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I ,
Iiy' thc I. >!<-iitioi; .i| i Jljit \ !.>l-i-i! : :.r-. ( -Ltrate < .iui *Jl.i is .s i it jh.i dd be. AVe wis-h lu Ui'i-he 1 !lea b-r. Mr.! C! iv. A1: 1 :J ., ;t U-..a'u-j r..rtr i
> ; w \ i
L'lltii( thul t\-\ this hlil i tended that the old issues between the
: ? Green Chaires Jos. 3. Christie, I ij cit{ >tlt>il, V tH.U'iUT"fn. -* ..itfuch; Krfrli box. thupprt is sf whr.t. tu the\ cunt If t.e! Ar-li- partie- were
ti.ti-i'eiJt"i < <
1 < J.re %
ir, to iiiiprcss uj> '!i oui f< ic.ds m eaJi County the n i- ais-I 1 IH : :j.i.j-! f. 1.4Vf Mhi! t-i t :<-e U14 u : myiew i ti'-u pii-'s. is t t\ed! tist! r "Z.rbjv-ka; ioiq'iity" wouMf'Uiul | cot obsolete! but that they were still alive, ami -
Wm. Fisher Jr. ki.Ath..t I !lss-h! ">:; t- tl.- \V"l.i; : '.iit. but IM"n pie1
I ; : : J. B. Galbraith, u-t, niu-t IK- tinone s At t :iMa-u'-i.;:*. air1 1' TI l_ ina .- neccti-ity of puttirg f'-jth tie t.tL.tit t ande-xcr gi | ij'n ...vir acvd wih: I 1.. i.t 1 I. v-iy mthc.tulj'et.. In <- very luLoiuy. fortunately 1 seated such en insuperable barrier, to anjthiug like
t.fii, hJ:: il! unii-n: fIh-l! witU I tn"wlu -
: i f I p'ltitirttl % bh.ih;) theic-i rfetich p.t.il.thtv. lie!: Genius of J>ijicorilhiti
: ----------T---T--- the tijobl \i--iluiico. V.'e tavto them .If b rf. tl.e la-t real !. i.tial elct-
Citing i.Li-e.i-Isig i\irm ii .-i..-,: trc n aiu.-l u. ll.i. isj.ic, tl'.t ;n-kii I-i f in; < r<: | -li to the abolition rariks.I'ald I i atHlu.tiun, that DO man was a Whig or man titter,
i.pu.i so rrs Jirt.s.isle oft-r -
JJ' .;. tr: A .ucg Voter" huB been unavoidablyprevented 15c not tOt Ftngmnc." In j s1 1 liti<.-<< a* :n c.tlar tl.np: >>. ply luiji -s.hl<. ." t t-ai I had the h'.nr of tw-it-g at the Ila-tiii: c.'uveri- ; i* n fair j>rrHxi.r, li'-M .-/ nil tlitir alt--riipts to I[ (OS he rapccaacJ It.) WtiO would tal vl nVtaJauu i -

tir. .'_ from icphin to Leon" m time f rtoehu'8 it ii' no pait' e/f wudom to dl p.e 0l.l jiiiiiijj.-nl-'t'. : With i-.tlA revi-lsttii M J.S thisc still i"'. thrill i.i theft ti!<>o-.. r.'-. !hts ur |Kt'itr.;>-ii.n l a.Sc"tt< I-ii.fj'*-..>in rnsntrd fav..r: sf .;j.jir.r.n 1' -ri.tt-co'/vcp>:td ui.i; il.r'i 1 It-u-n-j-.in.iU' rm.ttrial Ut.ti a common'' the great Whig party, and supporting the AdnJaisrtratiuii.

: 5bue. He tbii'l have fc hearing mxt week.vrn Ovvr) e --l.i5di'titt f lr.-tiir.e-! < i'it( t a ciin.-l<-<. inditferflCCn.J ihn riJ ; .* j..tfcnn.! The blue b'tk and ffrey piiiu ,iniis.ng i ithiM .
t i it iirV! : ; [ : .mil, i.bje.-r*. r.n 1 !h. I'i i it t ts. the n-n-v ''f jir* pric-!
il! tijn.gle though a witeb; th.u Id prcciJcotr
; :'. ? =i thel'tMlU d.: a tiou, WeI I t. iiii'l ju-iite; of ri.-n:itnri JIIK! J'rr-re-Tit.-iti- here v. ni-vcr < After the adjournment of the meetir-g. Mr. SMITH
.* *' l., -. lie-rj'JeliSly J l'i'\c > .>>/;.' / to t t.iik; lil/t:I.t "un'-tifli! \\hill :tl I e mo t the cauldron.! Tltut. in M.i ahusettwe haie'

-t > .(, T-!" "- Tb Supreme C<'Uit cois'.mci.i etJ! an.ie,3 term I ..u..ud! ijuatdi I ;aiir-lt!. '> er-e .!iv.r.-it\ of 'pt-i..n i Li mv vin Stats I -
I on Monday latt in this ct-Lu.TzI1.t, Chic Jus-tioe, | -( ].V4IV' 1.ahvI.ot.I.h >u-ik iis though ti-o jiuc f, .?.=( n fu.'i ii wih: Alxiliti'jiiij''i .1. lii..rattlv: ,1 l iJ.e'iiniVM: !If.! nd I t"iuht! i-verv S.natnr had de- -.- only to chut! the S jutb, by statUte, out of >"ebra.sk.i whom bad participated in the proceedings ef the

4 .. qP; : LtiA'CJUis aud UL-PON-T, Acs<>cilp Jubliccc, j 1Ut.- L'11s&] ;( u upon 1 1.-, < T-IJ iuthtia i I l.rs-:hirn and I II tenh-i f-r liii-ef.;: I a'a Kitirfid \vitii the! iimita- anl I KrtiB.i>] I bitteilv 11'tie:! roiin farther<; the but free soil artv.. i iwboe meeting, and a ked to rive a oablic etfiresaJoa of Li*

: J'idge! KING, of tbo Soutl wn Circt.it, rr..J Jutlje HAxi j c-Wli lntli\idU.ll \<''-.', Mn'if'Ii: 1 i? l be tin- plilt: : 1.1.-b |>: !..!: ihe n-ii-t itt! Ii'-*; h< Miity! t-> 'hui-iy and tim placed upi it by the Prt-uK-ut cf the Uniteil f r the pr.an'i jt-et-4 sl.ivtry! < a nun. who, in ,their not turn far arc crouch diri-j Uiewswhich, be consented to do at caudle light, pro-

,,: : B of the Middle, are also present. Judge \IKVAIIJI i i ni.ii.it.s the I).-IIcr1ts thr< -ri>*h Ui tin: ..st..tcwe !.iitl< 4bi?, what: can Southern hU'" e pi-'t trh SI.ttt-t. drd UA t.' tl.* Luu.btr of ci\il and! rtliiiuuiritituti<.'n3 vi Jed Gov. Baows would be rr-stnt. Acccrdioglj

: y : c.f. the Enteru an uic TIXLEY of the WMern :"Cir i I shall tIn a \ ict.irv we jth r.-j 'liin.' oi.i. Let i.s l< ,.k .'n the olve dims here ure.l of any kiul. thty arc j-rauoi-Iy disposed ti> lo-ire''I Isttn.1ii' a i.evtn was held at eight in the Court House,
i : cuit, are cxj>ected. Scvcial gcntlcuicu e-ftlicIJar j w ell alto to our I.eirlr.ti; c t'ckctn.' Tl v lctte-! iili f..itl.! !. Mdith I thu Iv tl..e whiT Senator, th' moii-trou* injustice ofa : The morale c.f the a.5shjiJlIi! > ) army i k lu>t iniliputet. when Mr. S. being called upon rose and occupied about -
1 uttriiv -y< ;i p about the order if b-ittlc and they liberaliv
I from a distance are in attendance, among whom we be but half if CV bt.l '.iiitig! Mr. MAXWCIL: MI arcoin.t of b s vote. *H<.'- h. in in detail of variouS
i won we c.-uty our ijrie-n-un, tn'v in iitt.t: 81.1! l d! ijii; No ii.n: with a p.uk of I upend upc-ii each otlur tl.f blows w Lie!, were destined cue ur givii.g a history

notice Hon. (;. S. HAWKINS end II. L. CivrnLLi.. 1><], I l>-=c the (/cucial: Asct.iUy.nd w iih it tl e U. S. Sen- b-.iiVftv iu )hi-s 14 *IIil, tan us-tie it. T.. j.ll; i it: te.ti : t'i i denes r7tt hit to be at'phiu! -!led. It U a notWahlo'? for th.ci! >irtp.'ts enemy. It is fortunate that cjuarrelaimi -! i.--urs which have heretofore divided parties for a

..f the West, and i. 1!. UfPoxr, Eq. of (;addn1 .- I ntr> who i is to be cb'.sn it the i. it sifsio'i. I.e-t ii ]>< -.*, the X 'ith inV hii< i party i, :is mueh Ab h L'-t thai whil- the whipj p.uty hacks are see-kin.: to and litiji us people often preserve the public number of years, and distinctly called upon GoViBROWX
I j.ur
: We underi-tnnd tktt the Court has htiuiU': as t'ai>.:gh it hit: 1 eh.in. it> Ii 't.C iiiI 1 been It !i. ptrhapas much owing to this, as to anyeai.5P
I.4 < bet of cases before itGovBrown I ft itfittn .nd n.iee about !S.-iittsr MIITI .Vs \ otfWhy i 1-s tI.i-; ?- remained unsettled. It of that
J. pcrn-i.al! .i1rlgc. j< < cf. : jii-judicet, upon Tii : > alih-iuirh abolition in the North was course expected
_ ,,.irvl i.i the ab"15ti party jiap-r.: rc earlIi's that, opinion
4- I j the altar (.f patriotism: at.il j.iii.e-iple: r.ial ttiug' i- fi : : --hti"ii it'.t. that f.ct : M.d viWfl'if it !1-. nut t Are we to K-ratand them as e.'Iitt1l.Ug that wb..tis lm' ro-ats within the lit twenty years with cxtraordbarv Gov. I?, in 1m reply would have enlightened na upon

at Alligator. la cou.ni' object and v. iih a c-ommon hUll. l>',iI.th1 __ wrt.iii; in the o:><: raee is right in the .thsr i Will! rapidity, tf-r unii-n of the States is yet preervc those points, and set forth some of these great principles -
H time tlr.t rs uitneni: '> 1i2Z1 s-t-s'J- I me. tn< ir muifi.i
substantial ticc !has been inflicted
fc'v Tlic conimunicalion cf our Colun.Vja ci rP9)u- #, 'V. C thJ.l ( iimg i fi is in the 'u-t Jiti'l t t. Jl.l< < i t tl I. !hi the! l wlii'-h they puni-h sr. Mxvu L, ati-1 I let tu! -irVl.if brother l. and rw iuja> for wrhieh he had expressed ssi great a willingness
: <-I.iiii1uiii; iiiul u- it: )< !fl' erseV: bv the eonmiiii govc-rnment urM>u the weaker section.Tht .
<]i.tt, giviug en account of the Whig Conveiiii-n nt cai. -ash with tli<- 3 JT4 L.J c< i.hCK.un-c'-s tl.at <.:.th ie i icutitli'l i-. hif Hill sit 11.eN-ith a large 1-uiy i.l-ir.n* ;
M'AU'TOrf Alligator, r.nd tbe ppfecb of Guy. Buovs, will Mtiactattention. to u-hc his solve to the g< iici-.h l rl.'jUt of tiiunirJi. of the G'lViti.tK'ti.d lights of tli<; South ? A'aiiit -- -- ---- j i'i which :any cc-risiderabli.! portion or party of the /if did >wt 'attempt it ; but has gone off

The pi-ople of the State, vho are iiow j I Nominations- North were wiliin! ;; ti> concede equality of rights and1riv'ilvt and left us entirely in the dark, as to what whig priu-
i'her coalition -
and Ab lhioi.i't1
th<; Whii' s aa Southern Liy'h..lkr.! Kea-iori law
railed on to give that geutletnan tlu-ir) ituffrugt-p, ifl -- to use ,
In tL.-; : thy organized ( : th' The Democrat- of Mari.'ii and Suroptcr r untii-; and tc-lN that he must either stand absolutely S ciples now are.
or ; s.1iar.it alPaeliV c-ipity
*$: $; ;: (louHle6b Lc astonuhcil at the 6Chtiuifut prA.-l"oith have to contend ; but huW Ills tit (Oeahi on the Mli inst. and, mmiinrstetl, Major i iCv without! j'reju'lioe as a citizen of the United! Stilts.or Mr. SMITH'S adJress was a Cairo, thoughtful aoJ

; I>j him at Alligator. It would' be nu iijf: ult to tlu-ii iiU-l-1 the tf (; he hu light at all under the Coutitotion.I Me effort for its clear statesman
) 414rll-5I jus-t tvut. n.wh ifjiiiiiit would that action !le, if Southern >. HvhciMon of :Marion, fir the House. I IAlexiindor : no truly distinguished ,
llgence aixl jmUiotisrn to inugii.c fur a moment thr.t': five thoii -at.il d'Mnrjila'nl !: ).4'v4- 1. n it.s1. :si.II more I If the ci>mm">n Constitution ices gnizc and protects like views, and for boldness and fenrhessnen oC .xpT -

fcsM& they will rcejond othcrwibt il.an in an iudiguaiA n<-g1atire. I at 11... jM -al < f th" ].il1t; I Ii."e iJnu.J: f.i \\hiirs hhov.M. ii.-tead h of dfnunnatimi avl I hotihty.extenl ; Bell, (not I"ntnl, a.< stated by u' lactweek. this Incie .of propertyit clues so equally with all slon sIio'v lag an intimacy with the political history

Cor. BAOWX declared iu eLUt nce "tl.ut'' \ 1i$ 1'.C. \vtiil hI Is i iIilJ.Ts| '\ ( !IA-lt mi tinl n.-.irlli n-ui\\\Is> I th'- light l.iin-1 < t f-.li'1'.vahip! to thein. Thowh .) i. tbe nomineeof the Democrats of Hamiltutvinty othtrs, ansi I it i U no more i-fimitted tu impair a citi- ,

: ( if ihn n\i-r M. iir!: ]>H, vI-4! i:1IJ:, .r., in-i.t Z'tI- < f ..l--- o-o'j'.tiv htMiw thut < v.iy I I(1i.4 tat i.i the fur th- A-s.-en.bly. 1 He is p'| by JostphK. za.-' If,'al! and! commou rights and privilcj.. sunder that of the country and with the affairs of the Govern
could in the )hi i 2i ttbrnVhij I
: while ho fiud pjujitioncpf > 7ioi1, nr.t-'i !t..iirt> t'> tl I.. ( oii.ii <-iei.il 1i. ,n i S 1 V < 1 instrinni-:'t. simply Lew.u-tf he elaims title te a slare. ment, at which I was truly surprised, bclittbg as I
X ith fiididly! t.* the Ncbn-k! t I'.lll: i s ih-n; n.aikod I II I ul l.!I'"ck, f..r,411v, oi" I Ihrval county.
I fricuile all the T.atii'tiii) iiSid; ic ard f A S utl.trn .- .ik-l.r.Jj.I li ri'--! tl.s.- a Ii I' iii I- j--t 1 ..n.!, ,j ji' 1'i.m' it would! be it thatlave! were exelianred for did that he had associated but little in political circles -

,, lights Iii- '(>nuiy TO 1 1 NSl"" 1. K J is J : i1 1 f ii( ; n liii!, rn'iv -
irc: : : J CO.01'EUATIOX'WITU! 'JI1LM: AS; A I'AIilY, \. Jii-M-.l the I Hi'Hi-f <.!! lh l.t-t .i-: -i.-Jj, us- !.!1..' '!i 'l < ICL i rjh. l.i-h we fi-J.pt. '- Mj'.j..'( idof (I J..h l rdale! f.r th.' I Ib>u-tThe Icm<>eiat-t hold! 1' was obliged ti> purclvise: the ri,.:lrts of citizenship by I The and conclusion of his address
I whii-h hi': '} pn-xi'-u-'U' I 'iiists :n Mi-s.! uri nj 'H the hard tt-rn i.f the subjects. great point
AH j j'fto :.ji; J Ktnttietil I I .rtht iast. fjr the ofnutniiiutlng
i '& he uld vrh the iJtaivcmt of ti. ; :i ( <.,,\- ; o> mvcr co-operate 1 jiiMtin;; ? .VMJ; f.r a Muiir. I li-vpiinl; i at I tli-t jojt | i''uri Corn w' a pcmlty was, that as the Administration
j ;
Arl tt t In tinf <-<* of :all this, when: IWidti.tI'u l
iii :
:crtli, for thty were uue uiitl, fcinj tusiaiiu-dthoNc- I a wirs afer: when it was sought good faith to the South, be regarded it tie duty of
iii t th ,I'Itii.j.' I.crt 1 ice i i-5 a-Fnih-il; : by the X.-ilii, i f-.r hi.ff.ir! ,$ fsdeiJv hoi I the Ninth even ti, this h.ird! barg-iin, and to
lie I hart t'>
( )
bi aa 15U1 because they were v.hippedt.ud Jra cd ring I jircvii'-u < M.IIU.< r, \ It. -ti! r llrynn: i is the Whig nominee for the HOU! B | I Southern men to sustain it, and thereby show their
b Himll l/anl tc! wh he i' J trai- j diiC i the ii>rnm >n tfiritory in respect to the id.tceryinterdicti..ii
HIM! of the ji"X 'ii fl.ij'j.i:. :tt .St. to th-J Cun-i'ituti', ; :i [ l.flfsussI! n I
'4 up t' it by the admiiiieUaUvn, aud otcd ti.uiblirg : Mine thu-tf lijontl.s i-i ire.'t- kij: .w sI.I.iis the N'Tth sitid a '-uve' to fhtt-rs-! \Un-n! he i* iii r.vvy s'si'y.Caj.t. ; bv the Missouri line, we know the result. I' appreciation of honesty"and patriotism, though it be
d1 In their slioe'v !" !sr t j jrtiii.t <>u the (t>a-t wl.cie u M.iijr: : I ll-.>|.j'tl js ni-n.-l I: Phillip rej j 1 hi.- South found in a Democratic

i:: .; f-;; "\\ are Jiet to coi.fctb that while we r pocttd fji i.c-eJed, cr that v.culd Ltof n.oie Icinlit tv> ihe \* ,r l.Mint) in i fi't'y f : by i n-e S t -il'-rs, and pm-jod by the vl!<-iti-Jii: to the Huute of A'-nnbly in Aiachua touuty. belicxc, ja either the one l.ou.-e of Cs.ngress- the other if Gov. B. should not he more successful m malting

hai'.or. b.t l if f.eti.sii Almllti'-iiisU from Maimto Jota ; tiicy parked! the Wilmot proviso. The South,,roused
: the WLlg candidate the UIIUOUIICCUK bt 41 many tionu elsewhere than he was here, so f far
& '1 b4-.e rre; iho f.ift Ji 'iir<- .iii.fi.'iq' : in'le: f..r iniut | the fioutln-tn Whig-s, iniib, : to 1 f-rego the t ty! iu s-J jn j- I Iinctti to indignation. iii-i tcd on the line, but finally in all the good impressions
I ha brcn nominated at flattered
to which. BB an indt-jK-ndtut tlijQIflati.t, e Miior: Jfhn I'rtriT-nH ainj of he the claim East Florida is concerned he will not feel
l wus abundoued -
alarm-and controversy
h1r11Vt.1111'! tl.ia jn.rt WUM Il'i j'L! ha l 1. ('Ie n .ii.1 ; !; -nr'y.' s-'i'l' 1 iii!ld! I iLin voiced to fury as
,0 thould: bo obliged to except, we wcieh.-iidly pic-paied; tittk ; t&isiI 1."r thi-u w.- itro n.aii.lx iri'M/n-d tti i!,,. lief : l paitia'.Ily | ; of both puttU-s iu lleiuaiido[ county for the aud the true J rint-iple adopted in the t?rl at the result of the coming election.

f 'L.'t0'f'r avowals bo mteutcly) paitism, exhibititij t-u mu -hcitiSdencc [.( ilI fl-it jf Mr. Mfu.. and 31r. NAI I Ii th.- tlamor v.hi.-h hi: bevu iai-cd arMslit him."rlh" J.iice.lr.[ l litrial bill of Utah and.Xtw Mexico-that of kavicp COLUMBIA.Iu .

Ik":' in the WbJ-jst'f the Nt-ith imd i-uch d -teiluiDation m. As the I Hn.. S44-l daly c.f theTnatuy.. and time hiiS come when thcie (.h'.iild }bv but one D. W. McCranie is the Pt'iiincrfiiic, rucdidatef tb"-e tciriteirle* equally eipen tu ettlcUrit andcolo- -
Li.nt. T. S. Ji the hl i ii ifJh.itx\ in ni1th.i from ull s-tti..ti! of tbe Unii.o. The Nebraska
: .xix.-s Sciett.iy Igl I Jl.i, 1 ul th-j South, but > tles-t-nty )
to continue jiajty lelatiniB withtic-m.! hit j I p-uty the I IIoUft> Walton: County lie it opposed by and Abolitiouiats have carrried
the Whigs
that line and! leaves the Iowa
I s' ls.ir'I.; bite I.n Ii t.. ; ri aai in flJ141 .t 1.1 1L1 Zl ( it h.-as't lh.it tiu bill!. which furmally rept'nk
: il mand
4- well; hoWever, that Gov. l jiowv ba so frankly;) fmiJe triilissIls; fs'r itii1., slilJt.8 ('II 'tzr ( u'.f' ( .iip-t, 4 a-l' and I justice < man wt. hi3Jf : Ci'.cs l i ers, whig.'lh. t.-nit'iU'scf Kan-as and Nebraska in the same poi- every thing. Their candidate for Governor has about

4 known bi* pokitiou. Thcic c i.tiotbenctf irtli. )b e any i it.-d tu n iiil'-r naruutii n m< tc.fe ju.d i-.i-v, M; 1 m <'ifvit .' .' Domccrathave) t nominntcd a full ticket in tl..n. i iin the striete.-t harmony with the arraugeintutof 3000 majority. In tie election of Grimes, the New

be with i ,, th Fn-itli i-hoiild find MiiijH.it an..n, those for ] mid! HUM ely carries it out.
about the bu'h. Tl.e VJg8f I they are known to in-jini-i-ed t.eii' tei.i1ytietp.ite I > Iboil. Governor of
do-lging or i-tl of ( .en.Mi'ton f<> the Sennto, Col.J.Me !. York T.ibune --He the/rsf
Jackn. r says
I ; I with) the b ..HiicfthU .r ti. iii. 'I(5% ( II (l,1M, Vi' % ( ( r r. a..i ii t'. v.hocike he h.ii fubjected hmii: If to e\ery "p .':'io!* i ii' c'ompc In the face: of the pi um'&t historical facts like these 5L111
the Slate inutt now come up mir.u < I I that ill u few wevk w- fcl.idl 1 bc z..h'} fi ;i!. 1'lleV Ii ('.e, .J r., I Henry I). King mid! W.' I), llaiucsll. Is it not pas5in<- strung that intelligent men and Iowa we had a right to rejoice over, and we .
I and j is
.4 h !7i: ) ha cliaradciized thtir caii'liJ.\te, aj.d! m: ct the iiounce that ll.l. Anemitl.e CullcMor 1 ar t this j .i itla t tri .('uniny : teproadi. ; paity vr-j :.- *, for the House.In print not wholly lost to truth or thair.e. can gravely not forbear." This is enough to disclose the trUe
vittt; tin .Vor intiucti'.nfiom V.'a.-hii tn.i.ly (ii-ti ani/-d. At.I the Jfoith it \ \ thoroughly l the South with wtreacberv"in the reneal of
4: 'i. tit tiv.i-ojplini( ii xiu-d I In.-
affiliation UT < i ten, (1a male "* .
(1uebtI"fl Joel Pinter t democrat U of the If his victory.A
r.illioun opposed by character
;' all i H Whig*, or cite lhy tautt ic-pvuJiatc (;Jov. ]-I'vN. il.e IellT.'aly 4IIItI flI. f-'r t hi.: 3til '1'. ( tn( itM I.t I s,1 alinliotiiM! ; l ; nl the South, it ha; ii' ual -xi<.tt'ife.: j jIIctvN tbe Mi-ouri compn mic line ? Sipp.n, that to

c.nd ( ba l.uili.1 .i i, f. i whuh ri i 1'ioj.ii.ition-j havcl-cen I n4ade.I .-...- -fi! the Soiithein \V1.igs} HIM! the leiiiseratie Dr. Clarke, whig, f.r the lion- have been, M they claim a voluntary and binding
5 14 pic-enteJ nmt u.ctV.'c ;
t .w 4 Tle c'pueftion fairly r .1 --- South it broken and baa been stirl-
the h was
1;I 'iklilltl 4"Wt. j ji t-.imp.ift: upon maus aij called the Autrta Arro
.-4: .- -ii at a l 1IPS to te< how tlicFl< ii lu .Vt//,* ;f/ it to the jwty, therein i little hf..rHnof* s ntimeiit ,>n miypiuilioal North Carolina- 'mi letter by the North, that monvnt tue refused paper. ,,.. f n k. Vjhrn Ir tenltorr.ed .-
in luitJvii l above
i Vo tfiiy': itild a< > thul J'loji I Ja at the ot Vu1MLi s.-------------
cs'iVate; hnif In hia rrj.y! to 1A1J1flL1) (l..e edit. \\v\f\ :ti 1 h.ir.lly any up >n ,iiei-e mutter. of abide by her share m it. In tl.e wlic-Ie \vrth. so far O'sty "Laborer of all

4.e .. otithe Ibth Ju'v ; "If I .s nu he; fif.j-.! I 11 I ..s ieeied ? Z1 1 ?/ 1 ft r otlur i.ij< rti-, making in a!) I Lii ry. Tlic I'..eik! tle Tanlf. th.- Ameiienn i Syot.-u. The Ilabigli I:!> y'iUr takes the recent defeat of its as I know;: Mr. Bue1.aaan! w-'s the only man in 1S50wHlini The first number poMbbtd ays both meehamc. andCIUrflfl

I L) ..< r FS.I f the i jij.j n'j.iiuted f r thfiJIftr, SSo.t!: 'lhiin 1 a pntHv the I li.tein.tl !livpro'. i-meiil S\ttem-\\htioiirc they ? party in the old Nnth State with rare good liumt. ; to abide by thi-s Mli-o'ri!: ': compromise line.Mr. .- kinds are in demand her,
14! \ ii tfonfiuo-ucc* iu the Whigs '< Noithby I rcuHi.f.f ;- 1 that foun.d! bin o'isiinal for tboCi There ii no sickness in this r .gioc*
the thk election fear pr-'jHVitioRs
fair I: t-hfttc' s.f 'n<;!i-, and bv no im-iins ca'iuyati" nlvtlic tho hnve The editor ia\n- piovcs, we City labore
fiumlx i tlietut
Tb mi'te nu M
'. their rtrccut uctf and pioJchfi'-nson tie_ *ulit: oflucrv yaic -. --; =c :)-,, lit iti : : tl.e .audii.g f (4l ('i .t.t -. : (I. IC ru-olli. there! nit-; about 000 more clertiocrnts than Whigs at < ) ( Council Bluffs city
I a l1 fi h-irc wr. If ju think wean: nu 3 Jnojer"iofiliato ) I p:t' .- dos -t they s.rc ;: thi.dowH v.l.ieh noteiti1' faut that the Noitb would no lor.gt-r: tolriiite tin? Missouri that Fred. Douglas is on his way
''!! nb f.-itl: ful n ii .ti.l14 t with ll.iir ei.t.stitututs. this writing in Noith Carolina. On this point from our exchanges
vi'.li them uutil they fhull it cnt it their !.! WJiy jiur, uea. There I is no iet-k.n: at all why I prc-ent line. Is it nt, then a inir.i-le of blindness or in Kansas. The li r-
[ abolition
: 'lh'n is the liige- .t nn.it.i.tf we be-licve*, en-r at the South f-ioul! ?ist be united and hover, weFpi-ak bi-Mlatingly! ; and if our worthy brazen c-In.'titory that tbe Ner'hern pres anJ |H btieians to establish an press
back to the aidhial .f p.iili-a *
piLls and conic < ].iliCij' < n < oui in the shade stands at 108-w-
i4 I befoie lijniiopii.itKl by any j revie.iis (\ n;i. fai'.U, to d $ v iiiipro cmeiitB isi.h, l J r.l iic wnkhiu tlie .Slate tiuce : \ will li.-ar their reas'tis awl bold ourselves open to"We tossing
un! \
iiiet-irvalion, pind. nee, justice, tk-rnaoil that
made rfxr'umutk'U t to this tictlHiid! in"so : ; CO--
: 44 be aware, ]< j,11jtunjoiLeL'x.ii.FY South I their hunt, to prepare and dry their green
: I
tt cloiug we have rc-as-Mi lx.licve that ueharrcar, our the Southern jH'ojilc cl.iiild unito in 0114 oigI ? ciii-ict I,1L' 4 III! aa1ii: But it is done, as you know freely a* water, and from

.1 b .5 4- rectlt/r'Jlected the tttttivHiitmJ( tit \\\/t\ ; tof J'lur"ul'i ArroiNTMEvrs TIII; I'littiurN'T-Dy and <'thJtC I to tc istI 1 thij eitguiii/.etliiiv.ifcioin f t.i.r i Ighi&., tt> nicour now Flate ilialinctly! and sorrow fully-and if Ilka; water by the thin s'y "gulphed down." Tbe anti tn-
s': t through China baa been under ban hj
in it is because we won't cry Ncbra-ka furor is' nil pervading not only Idolatry in put
tears our
-f ;. ? If tbe editor ftkU tu th'w, rnd if he c i rtctlyjtfleeted uJf'f and ((lflM i.t t'f the .'.fnnlf.-Tl he t HCami 1 u;e the tine men nt the Noi th who l4L\ e not yet. den-r- not w.tli floored eyes routed!, battered bruised nut! New Kou'land: but I am a-snred. in the Northwestern General at Shanghae, who has u-sued see*

; IjL1 the fcentimtuts tf tho Whljs of F! .jidj," itis bill, of T -xa*. ti. Is w.-nl uf the ilisitiiltztti; -i i tt-d UH, aud to Mvlain! w !hono vi-iee. the AJiuiti.a- -that we are States it is. even stronger thuii here. Hie attempt Insurgent ingcnioua ea" *

evident that there is H huge gdf Utwctnihcrn for the 1sort 4f 1.isdsi,, hi ] rhL&riIl, .i'-; ti.ttion v.hu-h In* doiK notliiii,* but u.tain WA"To 1 whipped-but with sundry qualifications. We con- will be to black ball every man who voted for the nil proclamations! nhowing. bj very i impiety
ige the
: palpably trodden down routed the of the Bible,
fc-ju inirselvi-8 tlooted, but not ; those who will vote based upon teachings
feel bill wid retuin ti> Congress only ing.
tlicir candidata. Gov.J5t.or.-v; uiulea di fl.trtn) if ; ; Is, b this complexion, we absurud, that things
? nod Sn1eriI. lb'gtr M.ue4J1ji, cflU! the of Zj
but not reduced to cnptivity ; battered and bruised, for its If it could I hl* carried out with una- of the custom. The Sbanghje Herald,
tiucfprocbiiuatiou" that he finds nothing in tbe "receutaeU of tho United Slati-u for tlit port of Hava-ifi, j in the tuna come al last TheVbg leuser.i! and pohticians f--- *----t:1 *?._. ...t.u.i. Avista.. T hiq,11rJ Itttl-d HIuiu.iiy
., The but by no means broken ; whipped iu every priuoijml ill wiitru s'.u piinjii 's -- -'-- i o'oth, in r-iferriug to these documents, reni.ari'Until -
oio of tbo NoitbcinVLig (. Cubic in the of Alexander for a time retard it unjust charges against would lw the last one ;
aud i iofc s .u Inland iT !place M. Clayton, may savins that tho next Congress much ci-
.1 little wiit! longer bu part, like old Pwii. Stevens' calf, but not yet subdued- which embrace it will ex1eti.l -j recently the rebels were aa
Oen. Pierce ir.ayyct eeiiocdbv factions very
re but the
e fortunately
to 1irevtitisJtha co-op rvtien eigtieth Haiuuel H. Mvttiw.ieiy.f: Arkuuoas to be
of slavery" j re of
: the wibjcct But in the.tiice of I Being now relieved by this solemn announcement of ; in sltreatliig onin another much of the bn.temfuliuwi i dieted to the worship of idols as the rest ? L
? "ere u diUuct i.au for the Indtuu in TCew Mexico.Mr. u prejudiced press. the great "d *'okiea
with( them at a party agent faU the South but numbers of the Cantcn
dismUa the iu otberwiso upon ,
subject disgust which countrymen
: "uon-aOJlitttiou" is now Ue point, ami clai.grr which besets u this factious clamor, thin foolirh I-: our great disaster, we might them io word and d.*j ta
I C Af511iati*>" or I allude to il again. And wo hope, and tine c uiitr. men amongst week
ilcctcd to
and tttf
Governor n
BrajrK uewly of North never moan
( ;
9 to v.hat rst-nt G..v.lJww.v. willfcurcceJ prejudice .sr a name or ngamst a nam will final Yours truly.. J' *" abjure the whole syatem. On one occasion

it icmaius to I* ru hi- party wd iu U-.ITJ-L.J. them Carolina, < ii hi* return from the catiTaks of (the Vftt- ly be dUrfganlcd. The \Vbi- ]ladi will ba the lust if we have any friends, the) will never mention it in clectionTu resulted 10 the election several were observed carrying the idols wbII m others taeW around -

.I : in wtotduiny tern ciiiitif whcu within a few mile of At>hevi!! >, to cnietit, but the lifinopt, disinterested, unprejudiced our presence." The Missouri auti-Benton. The Log- without the least ceremony whatever,

) over to the aiwny.A met with au accid'nt ly, which l hi. lifa wn plucod in minds i>f nil parties lire rapi.lly Coming! to the conch The Register concede to the Democrats n majority !- of! 6 Whigs to CongrcM and 1 and 80 anti- spoke of them with the Ut'most> IB.Jr52J'tocontempt
looker-c.n. we fetl no hewta- about 60 Whig, have not interfered
contain They
ft wen. outsider or imminent, pn'lU's' l'ri>o became fiightenrd RIH) aOl,,, that the Denuviatic party It tho true p.irty ofth on joint ballot in the Legislature of from 18 to 24. islaturo will the meautme '<*' it Withthe

1 Lion In espying the opinion, liun what we know oftheUmperoflUe ran nwnyt "id in I 1 L14< iITirti t ti flopbim, Mr. Kruugnailluown South. To it oLe is indebted for all benetits heretofoic The majority for Bragg i he about VOOO. The whole iJcaton! and Bcn'on meuibcrs-tbo latter m a minority the public temple.declare! but whether in they b&U alloV theig

Whigs iii tbi. action, that if the i.J>ontho giouud ZLU'i l ruts over by the leccivfd, nud to it, if to any acucy{ at all, die is of TbU will keep that old honest and iadependcut" p iplo to
vote of lh-3 State upwards 91,000, befog tho lar'jest there or not.
; ; liot fcuccecd, by tiih! Uld iiwvc of hi-, bu"iV. Ho received sonic ocvuc biui-cj, bat wa a uiut-t be indebted for the future prctcr.\uliou of her Bcnton, out of the SeuaU. to remain
dues renegade,
Lome. Atueticau Umva"1 CUT befvre polled.
Coxcitior able to o cfl bib. way lights iu the L
114c ;Y155' of tbc; SUU bWlW( rarEie[ *' he f L';
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--- .' Notice 1 JOTIE? i.. hereby gi *n rf*t U* ruIn* of the Talhtb -
L.L1N, VIM and corneiln' The paper eeems dien py *ince THE CANVASS. List of Letters ; ; > Rail ftoatl Ct'Hiipwiy; cltrgia StoraR
F jt..r '1 FioriJd &r.tnd. CuDleft it. We see before us what way K plau tM.INM! ; i IN; THE POST OFFICE, AUGUST, 4 FPLICATTON will be made to the next General on all goods left *t Dp after tbe eipirttipn of five

r.tt nJ>'<>J H all candor and without iLk said, rather than} hbly] wiittcu cdltotial articles MR. iilflrELL'SiI'POINT'I EXT.Mr. IhTU, 151. .L t.. AsinWr! of |bi* State f< r a Charter tn constniet day fur iiereouA raiding iu Talhthnseew *od tLittjlavs
_I IIAV Plank P.'wt l from Palstka to soiue point in Marion ;
"'* *' bi.lkit"us ,, .Tabiiba Atkinson., Allen A. Aldredge a for those living in the country or *urrottndiTowns.
r.if "-* lolitieal <-lan trans" usual tu d *einnate trutL To the f PI 5 5u matiun I .Wf.h ,
r' Ni'NV '" J MAXWELL Doi) ;::iera'ic candidate fur Cun- O-itt. Ait e ((2)) lU-.Saui"l. Allen.It Cvtmty, ti'xrr: at Micnuopy. Will be aUfctly enforced biter the 1st AcgtntDMt.
':" .irAIlN.; (I -' '. q0 1w.yiki! i1.: ; the truths piinciples, and jKip'.ex'tic? August 12. 1854. S2 SruI
: it }E t ii grehs, will .id .u-ss l.i felloe-jltizitu at the thin and II. P. Brjai.t. lUlloun. G. M. Branner. John .
'4 ( .t1P <.f puit'u"! tli.-ie% j" no food. in tlieni. To the dumcirtatin - -
order of the RWtLTUO9.
*"' places Uieiitior.vd as fallow 3 : B rrit. Mi* M. A. Blue!. Robert L. Baker, K. Bcmbry. Notice. By ,,
** 'J ,htt; 1 |,*.r.' lUtllt'U ll.oif. to MT $ ; :.f R princij.lctf; ] Iiticcl tuciK-u beLiul)' UciiUn Barrow, Jasjn Ikmtwrfght.C. I J. PERKIK3. SmeUry.
}p ? Thursday, August 21th.! a! iiawpy! ; will b made to the next General -
PPLICATION 15. 1854. dt 58
tl4 silly
in-iiit f : Jefti <- r..5ujitje t.f the Sei.tii.. 1 to be an Utti tTIU ,4
i itafWil a > joUtiral rr bccni Abner CliCster J.wibua Clinton. 3r'! SUnu.4 _
Oculi.Monday. ,
(("Ht Siturdax, V itti. nt : V As.emi ly of this State for a Bank Cliarter.to be
t, tLv j rj-jjlK' *t trel, vi.iir heart to tb pet<*l
tl t''fl. 1ib'; !' tiL ltflTT1 capable of udvit-aung in a fl.ivcr\ \ Wedm-nd-iv 30th. ut NewuiU4\ilIti: ; fooo.wo.) hereby given, in accordance with the Comtitctloa

f Iefl14n4 It& vlv-h intite tlie f utii-.t t-* \\ niir\ end rm opniu'u.: rf fri -ijtla cullisig to Me 1 hut:. Ly, I';1 st, ut Pro* i knee ; !>.-J. W. D&biiry.I _Au-tr-t 12. 1854.; ::2 13 this Suite, that at the oezt MMIOO of tbe Qe.era e-

*' .t.:.i iiitifJplf; ni. cwWitrv. The time is liiia fitdnipathce vsth 1 iu i ia IHE prrM-nt iiuacdiUmrr.a : \ :Saturdty, Si-ptciult-r id. at Alligator; I \-Judge Forward. Phil Finn. Mfe* Jan Felk.d.t --- Assembly. application will be made for aCbartlro

,.&' I15'1. f..r Moudav' 4th, ut White Spring* ; t 1 fI.-- 'sm. (:ib.toq.Vfl ; M. II. A Great Bargain. Incorporate a Company to be tjld the OeorguioJ '
i prrvbi'.2 h' itt Ill Il.t.sty will f.ii re ; ai: nuibi desterouc niru as i elate* to Whig.Jji'ty. Tue.'ilay. *' (,t1. at Jjfper t. Graiidy, (2)) AUx. (ictdne, o. it.I vtr.Mr& rfit- ,..i ,; >r inf .i>fiinr! to iiuceto the We t. of Gulf KiuIruU C.MJlJJCiaj.

.' t y :lie l part;*EU ul t3ard and fojtd f t-howmir' *"'*'' ** '-<>t J'n I. V.-1. ;ln: lllll, Ut l) .irrcs _3m Jl

- ; c<:.'4 ( ttti 'ti; e (-,.H he MI rather hi- inaiial: ''!i the .\ in ti. band Thursday, 7th. at MMii! on ; Hol'.cv.' II. Hud.u. II. (J. 1Iueldeti. Stephei. Harev.j of lay,d.! w ith all his stock of about 2'jO head of Cattle,

.t'Et e Saturday, Vth. at M iitict.lii! ; i ::_MiA E. UVr. P. W. K Ier. 50 head of llu, s or more. All the crojw now grow- Administratrix's Notice. -
filmy ,
""" as 'Vt li l as thu litittt't. Withal. :t good vixftiiiyra'.her j -
fct-ld' &f tiktVf theSou'.Lcm people Tui-cilay 1 litli, at Ness si t ; 1 ing. i-.Istiijj of Corn. Pen*. Pi.tatofS. and Fodder, si-
-u ? do the \Wl in hv < 1 J.-Bv>rren hnon.. Frauds Juhn? to gd t.J if .au-e >wn en.tLuitic 14 th. TalLb-.ssu-e"
I lb WLlS J>at-V! may *r ft tim t.e IU'*- Thursday, at ; 5) PLn'atioii Too'-t. Uousth'!d! and Kitchen Funiiture. !
of V
John"n. Mi*. Eliza J .hIL-u. -4. Wili.im S. Forehand late of Leon County deeased. -
k : < J of the utter (&titkesnta* i anner, b-t )having uo gitnt * -. ->K -ich rt :ice '. --.- .1 _. .. Mr". Mary Kin?. 12)) Mr,. M. IZiiiy. will take notice that they munt present them ;
);; laiu.Tufity Itt utLLLut'IJvIcI li.- or >ell thero Person'* wr.ntiiijj goixl bargfiin*.
!LL di ubte .A.Ill.y.
1e3t L hlm0slif > *>eeniinglynt :a own -a light, % trsUi.e; t ( epftrate. to the underpinned adtnitiutratrix of Mid estate
cLIg ptrtY (iLeii PUWLI. ( tng m tttjr I lv :h, nt baI fauna ; L..-B. II. Lte, 1' II. Lv un, Lone Star ((2)) J. M. will! do will tcr.tl bin-I exun.ine the pr mu 3 very duly
t1c ili vitLcut the f'tceor thev.it or' authenticated the law direcU. thii! notice will bikad
aa ,
be Mblv to them iu pe\'ti *f.faM :r, Thui-diiv t-r
% ) g w ill imp keep 2Ut.1 at Campbihon ; toon, or they mav 1111'5 gocd l'rnittaLENJAMIN.
Lynn.: in bar of their recur and all! indebted !
nift.,1 .f the thoit aud Yc-iiioii cry. ipe.iooa
the eudcncc i is in tinbeavy paragrnj'hs Muit I'tlit\: i-.M, U ; BYRD.
IcJct"1' up.uVc lV.r-l\-n ISluff -j|.->fi-s C. C. Ma.-h. r. F.Mongromcrv..T.C. Moore o said estate are hereby notified ta uako immediate
sci.Ukccs of it* fv t m itur'.iav, 23d. ut ; Fort St.uitsl'urvS'akuthi County, I-loii i hi.Attnt .
&ll.jfl| Whig party South j jthe.c is LicuVuc M'liidav* V'-th, at Kiioheeat-ti i ; Mi*. A. Miller, 31. I;. IlcEachen iMiL.. L.MakJutman. ", i-t.' tf 31 payment to the undersigned, or to Jeane Robertson; .i '. .,

.* '' Bi./TtHd/ to tiftv*! check by jowl with So you fee how thing* aie g"iiiR. llere ran 1 Le t.o W.-J.ieHdnv, STth. lit Yellow KM er ; my Agent SARAH FOREHAND Adtn'trutnx. .

'' n' rRegi.&tcI! : find their Northern Whi:* allies.tf I mi"tuke abvut i.: ilA\vri.LL v ill I* elected 1 b* a hirgei I'& i.I.v. 'J'Kh. at Milt..n ; l'.-E.1flULld Pond*, Cla3. Platt, Bennett Papwtll, Notice. JESSE M. ROBERTSON. Agent.

"!j11 lrf'nn opportunity to insult nnd tub them i majwiity. w**. i ii Satuidav, *' oUth, at l'vneola. Tiaiicis I'ayile. I I SIX months aLter Lit<*. the tindor-iijried.; ndmi:> -.tra* __ gunt_i. 854. 8w 31

Win. U'tnM. Wm. M. lter'. Cai.Ida House.JoMpb .
In "" *s1" ---- 8: i.f the estate ofTliomn Mills'I<-ceH. ed, late of
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fcrVeI i1tn t11epUieiOtice that 700 Acres first rate Land for Sale.rf'j .;
SIn' r hae tqXU Eloquent Sentiments of a Northern Denocrat llei-ec, Mrs. M. USt.jy, M. F.. Hitter, L. KobiS.rll. (; tilen, County, Florida! ,will present M* final account
Invaluable fliscov Subscriber otTcn for sale hu Plantation ,
of tl.e lying
Suuh i* a pnrmtive doctrine! cry. of
,,.w4l: to tU ;, and I voucher* to the Honorable Judge Probate for
4 : b. : to The 1 in\entor of il'Laiie's Y rmifti o)bavins .1ii.pses l lof said Ctuiitv. aud ask to he divhariG. *-.!. and a half miles north of Tallahassee. There
will ;
viluig ;
tt organvoulmc
Nor tiH-y V. Srrifh. F. M. SIir .Ta.G. Str
htnuV P. A. I.Mis I.
> )
i Fart The f./ro\\i'ig;: rid.t to Administrator.
Ins uri Itkt uim-Jy. proprietor B. MILLS.
__ ai -! tau-ht tUm i UT. theN S. M. Si[ ir"w, MiIllla: Smith, J. A. M. Sru- but can be found in the State. SOO cleared and tb I
.t1 : bv tli h II l.n. Mi Winr of I'cti'i. lvsMiiii: M ..-r#. Kidd tt Ct,.. !l'tl; leave to oiler it to the Amr Aiwjint 12. V 5I. 52;: CmQUTTA ,
dew James 1.. :pivey, Mrs. nuJ otheis Senmonv.T. bdance! in &
T.: :: : nx.li>' < -e, iiJ they wi'il hardly rl rt V.a liul.; !.!r W. i- i n. I'f tie! $:tl1i4tr! bi:.d! "I I.MII }tl.-: !! :;s the b.->t lemedy fr worms everoflVred. On tbe premises are a good Dwel- ; I.,
.-Gcor-e Tiicst.JW. Tin, James nwina?, A PERCHA"WATER PROOF GOODS, hag b use, Gin House and Screw, with cahoisard
T t. f.u tl.<- preset. See, ir, tl.e oldVLig Slate j j"o 41 Ni.thern I)ttu1rrats v!. #! \.ti l a eaiii-.d i I that It IJH I'. -! tn'l l in all paru oftla) c-inintrv and in | all other out budding. To uepro
m good purchaser. -
whu-h ha ] di-lied the' Srtii-ii of the boot Thompson.V.
< i
: ',vitL -"Jwu.. Wlr.il i is it tl.at i.nwheiUJ 1.e r i Kivat t.na'Utv '.!* F.j Juhty ngai: i-t the >;-p >fiti u ..L'l lN j t.ie;I.'ZtU-, atid lit vr without the nu'-t cotnpUtc sneee piiy->s.Wo .-Ma-tcr J. E.: YatmJ.T.( ) Yail.V. TRADK MAUK. i-* a rare opjv>rtunitv. Ttrins made easy. Addr Mme '

iiM the Dsmwrhticlib.-* It w loa .hti and fi.-e t-'il Democrats.Stvh though the Tallaha ue Post O.Lce, or see me on : \
Whi/s.. Ab U"ts If children t
,. rrrt.V rhe < <-' ;ioi! p.tuiit acainst tlolay. your \ Mr 11 Wiliamon.! Win H, Wil mi, Jam ><> V

H,,, V/Li? ] .rv i uutrtie to her, s.tiJ. t.e! old uid 1 1up 'M.'iuam.i.ts us> thcso th'.uld be ]it hited in ktterjg.Ll .* exhibit %\ 'pt'jn oj"liin2 I troiihled with wnrm. lose WlkoxJ, !) F. H. Wright, MM. U. Whetoti. D.-miel GU7MADEBY the June pretciael 10.1854 23 J. ELIOT. '- ;.. .

r4tiid \V.'F ui tLUt Itd) :Le 11V i1Vlt'Jthtu t,4 a iiiiiii'vUt but at i-i.t-e j111 el.n-e iilx'ttlecf M'- \VjiIitFrank, Wuiwey, AfredVhdJ.i1, Elbcrt ... ;.

nud 'atriit. up.4Ul. r <-ntt ( .. L.ILC'Y,. ti.ife, and thua ta\e them patu and ptr- \\i11jziijnbi. *2 Executor's Xoticc ;
Ld.r 1tk iw men j (k1th'tre! pslthat by th> fl.1.irtj.fl *.f thit.xa -

an J w me to the utnwKiratfi *U- are tin ir f i iafli Soudi.lywiitb -. ,ut t- >ou v..lj't .'.:.viJc an 1 ditra tho I l lmo<-iiitKpaity. hit: 'Forah>- th'-ir-lives.ni all. tho Drnz) t.rt.L in Tallahassee! and Y.-Absalom Yeomans, I>:n id Y >uuir.t A LL pcretina having demands ngaiuet the estate of ; *?,

.f the :&ctive WJ.i58t tJa'bnxc 1 'k thtm t>i JtH.eu.b: r thit the hitvol.fI in Tov.ii ill the boi.th. :.* IVr.-or.s railing, f-r any, of the above lttri j-t. James M. Williams, late ufLuou county. t o ttIu at one .Wuay cry AMERICAN *
wvl tl4at tv de-lily s.Uvs tint ii* putji'i'e au 1 l<;-ntiiu : : w1oy v.iiIriy!! tly pie advertised. M. NASh NORTH ed. will take notice that they must prevent them ti. :; ,

} been constrained to 1cvtleit piuty pa i> that: < f trial and :IiScuty.;: !: It WH < railed Auust;:: .'. 1si.;: Au..r I h : t ',. ',,,. the undersigned, duly authtnticateii within the time f -

3e DemctLey I Thi e U but oi.e. nJ ep :- i: tt'>im an r.-red aui i tribulation. It t ha.iT .- Sr'lI7ViY.. know.* j isn law, or thu notice will be plead in bar :

the, arc tiu to tlw Coi.rt.tu \ been the ndv.iiuv K"'u' <-f u'.l! tli-'-e treat int-ji- t-vt-ry Notice. of their recovery, and all person indebted to said es- .. .
J: w liocauM Democra-y < flatttriic!) d i.M'1 1 it r.n-;>et- and pr.ri- -f ; notified to make ..
c tate. are hereby immediately
anil tbc South.j.f 1 11-vs of piognMthat hattiaJe our country jMitierJul ini.in.'tadv. tliat iH-f'Meonei- a\\ :tr< I l' it. the lunTti.Ba.u4 ;< i.; IreLs given that an application wiI! 1 COMPANY Jo rwymeut '

i. 'WL4I wAio11, .' reply.u mid gl"ii.-ii *. I Il I watrratfd rr tiut! purple.aJ . -, -. .- ii. .... ...S...._ -.3 r' ........ NOTICE -' to the next Gent-mi A-eii.blv. to iiiorjKirate to uudersigrfd.JU03.. .
rcd.ifcMiS U.i itJcl.I wbfier lantjr J- thrt-atUK-ii I, ft urn ti.iitoij.: at t thotuv 34 a t. IJt'-I '. J. PERKINS. Executor. .
ttb tic ,ILtfle uf MTlv. v-LW. hoe 1.1iert-.v "f ) or f'*'* ah.o.id, it ]iaxitlvva\hin 1 I tlu-h'n.r) 4! ]> \\l from )beat to < <././. pr.-uct! > an mjlin>.>itiini. and in aft a (- 'iipaiiV Kotul to U-railed the Tallahassee audiuincy NEW-YORK / July 13, 1S31. bw 2. .
I'hink .
u dns 1V.Vil i i i' s-'i'h h<" orhe d l-d: of ha- tyCOXSI'MITION" ( I : Company..Augu..t 2 -
-aVe to Knn Iteiiiilcd! to ex -roi-e ihigL: ; <-t ii! 1 holio-t w : or
r-rc-d vu !- i uj*
3180 l.i.y ;, ICt. Sm
,r ositim 1'or all troubh-d with ooturli oruiz ::1 SI Notice. -
S Na-tivill: Cv.btin jTU (1d! fin: !,.-tioii. 1 t-aie not if to proiuot: a gat jiiincij.-! ) '.7

The .Hi-ii" tljtt n.l.j-ct. ns if tLat2j it uMraet-th.- j-aity for a time. Ah -n i hs: l.: hetattiibuto oru'il.iint.w,: w.-ild r.-fi-r I" the a'iv Cl.etnical'-rti.-.H i.-nt laih1!?, Rope and Twine.GUNNY zS&MU/p "\ "OTIC E is hereby given to all perjcns bating claims -
n Lo.-i.ilj ii -Tad "I10"' j shall! have h-t-n oxtreid, i.nd it* 1.1i.t! on the ..;it-id.- ->f this J>n;.
,w thing tc d'' witL tLe propik-ty *inprtpity! minion ir1.rnt'd. it will then by tln> inx'luntarytiibute tt-.et "f t..rrv' u-i 1 Lungwort. vl.i'-h i-s.aidtol' i L.* aCt BAGGING.' deivased. of Gnditkn County. t*' prenent them to the -

wlii s uniting with their free soil brethren of a free ]". >ple l Iit% knit tt.gethr in I h >!!'!- r.tit. <"i.r.' f. r'tl.i-i \vfid: -ii--a--. Al- Azoig Ti.r- t (| ; Twine. f"r
v'S.'Utlen': all di, of thc Hairriiir al bvAu
iu.itive '. irr5tib'.i. that the f.'iees of all lh--L-i: >t-! < KirlilXilnitheirreat; lemedv tW : eaai-a law. otherwIse this notice will In* tileaH<> y Qth in carrying out their "pi piiuvipics" .troi.isti- 1''. 1-Ot. ..:{ r.t C..A J. MP.GINNIS.S."White ; I .-
; thie l.air. Medal of World's Fair and Gold! Medal all those indebted to said make
: estate
and in-fleTiint ItIIl\ AlJi*. p'a-.iuj tolitiutiiiiu: tit the head. eactt: ___ ___ __ niGIII1ST are requested to .: c.
tins f..r fetrhcJ totally M
but veu brt-:.k th'm."That Lead ITnsccd Oi( ic.13UKE '-: In-fitute awarded f>r tln-se fjoodrf payment immediately. .

11 V diall nvail you nothing. You tAc the f i&.itI.U there ha* a1 way*been a nirlced un-1 iicwsfnrydilTeifiiCf MAEKIED. : wA1IhiousEoFCo: lOi UICOADWAY and 1 ZA'BUD FLEFCIIER. }.xecutor. .

tbnt: the Iaii U* oonv v; -.s n Il aux>iatic ni as.ure bolwccn the di-nnwiatio and whig jurti t. Married at St. i'auV? CLruh. (>uiu' yn th. 2'.1 1 I Vv'hi i'ii.f.l.i ; U-a-.l. PINE MTIlElTr, where may Ufonnd July 1. 1S54. 26 8w

thu tppeJ r nnd that \\bijj* were : i (iutta Tcrclr.i; in Variety
the 1 IK iidtotwof < xj, ;?.,.> Bn.j ;It jt \M 11W Oll(] inb} the iin'ht; lUv. ii; >hop rmle-Iire.! I D. I1. HOLi i- ol Oil.Puttv. JfIj(1j30flC'1rcUjt Court. Middle C'ireuil f Florida. .
thrust nt Dciiu-cracy |
*. to think i is n ci ushing ; iijvm by the nr.ci'.ni-i.t of th t lull t" make: urnre't '.Nft: i:.().. tj iI.-3 riMSt-'iLLA WAMACK.. Win low Ci] **. tr. Far uuperinr to any other Water Proof (;touili in the fall Itrw. 1S54. Attachment. Sum swota to, .

lut, ny dwr f-ir. bug nottheflatUiitigtsucti.'n ti :r.nir : tie present monittit in ordtr thut grat ood mav all! of i'suij. -AI.SO- i niHrk.-t, iMmpri-iti.* niry desirable! atti'-tr-- fur Export 4',5t; N.1u' ..

jl Y 'ur Tvewlleclion < f LitTy t ECCII.S t" tciwdctuoot | 1i.,\% fiom it i .ritjeipie.4 iu time to com<>. 1 repeat it ;* Burning Fluid. L-iiij .leM fr ? ]* J.vAus. 1 ail Coui.try Trab.ecuti-ting in part of Coats, Cl-aks, William McXaaght and James Ormond, Merchant J "
Ti! riiler aol.n'iwl.id tho of fine.lai -
K-rn.jcrjt he he in [ > ]> : rc.'iipt a l''. Ihot. :S Ot G.i J MEGINNISS.! PiiuiieC! >\ Legiuu. Cap-, Sotiwester, Camjrs. "
uitue* re / hi% i' itrLuJe tl}:e folenm: di.ty oj t ev ty or out of and partners, USJ'DJ the name and tjle of ilcXau bt
a* your political cay. f..v-r1 ( irri:4 t'l ,rI. ,, (',, |
thbiid. IT
n.ike sUvh tmiificcvilli id e ( -.I.' and in return he i-la- and II : v'iit5 .' '
( &7ttrc *, t to a )patriti R. : i Ormond tt. .
t.-cd I.W couvcLtion to be a JK-iu'Tiiiic moa chi aiy which: becoumatree national nmn. I dii.1. gnioin a br.ppy journey to life's clo-e. May tl-jr! ekyo Fresh Groceries. :;:Fire ;; : Travelling B-igs Sur.rie.il Articles: E. Wilmot Walter.George H. Walter and Richard T. a. *

elu ivc1y. Lt us see i it I am rijrht. A cuiuvn.ti44 tlltTclote. fear the -j"jt.! 1 nm ready tit <> l be- Steam Packing and bundrtda of ether articles. Merchants '"*
r Wailer
ue: : \ r b.cotdlt'5B! iin now ] I I'ST -ctivcd, from New Orleans, per Wild and Partners, using the name and

in ilibsiwippuf which Judge iL.ikie, tl.c iwl f'.r't1t< j'o:.pic arid itKt-t thi- Jte-ti 41. It n-quhv* :i!___ _ fj I'ige'iin." Thi-e good* are frre from .hujteuaut., odor, very style of Walters Walker. -

iutlrt State, WSF the louder pro but little intellif! 'i.c*" ta CtI1l.t ttlI.1 a ).Il.J])t 'H to StaZt t Sharp's Sugar Cured Ilamsr..i..i. tenacivU" pliabl" and elastic.n t injured bv" fatty #ur>- Defendants and all olhera micrested will tako '
jMomibut Whig Tribute of .,.., ..tii'tfiui.1 i.nlike In.h.i Knhber. ILL Nt)T UE- T'HE
.itapt.] as th* one eii&bra vd ii: tI.i! at t. To the p< oplo \ \i. & of the "
cotmneLCemcot .he above suit
j.-MrJ tie >"ash\il! CoiAentu-u nnd Mii-cn-dcd wityittliiS : I submit j i1, c iij>ci' ';> that): tlit-ir i jst.ii'-tive, juia pti.
DJ Judge Sbaikie was an uctiv* partici.j of n.an'n t" '!l-v't' < nM-i.t wi.l .ri\ it nrnl, : up tight : c f f-iy j--.l l M ius, wu- held m Maomc II ill, Ta'.lal! a-- Sl.oLld.rKke.. I.-trd. plead to the declaration therein filed. -
uud as widfiiee that the vh..le thit'j: uas not lliioii li thi i-t-'ir.i of jvu'i-an : iri'ati.iL aud Iv.ad th<.l... KsJr: ? ui I S-.sjh'rtJne Flour, iu this country or IIurt: 'p% and I'OPEA MAYS.
j pint SK4.n Saturday i-v .:,ii..j. A iu-t I'*, A. Ii.. 5s.il I Ia
J.H.ktd on with I-a'4't by the Whig patty this BaiiieJuJjrc to a just eoii iu-i'>a a* to :'.? I.4 ntt. v\i.. the ( ahof Ur-.tlur JOHN TOU'.VSIINI)' I'tf f Ti'tu's.. Ltui"i tt1i'0tKISS-::. Warranted to Stand all ( Iirnates.I July i'2. 1Q5J. SO Plaintiff' At rney-. _. %

lii.in'.stra'i<4i -- ttiia. 1&.M. :;3 i SCOTT. 1 CERTIFICATES from wiInvetes'ed! : ;
?Luihi'- } ra KYHN': 1 >AYS LATJlll HioM] 1rniIJ: :. \\li l"paitd;; thi.* !life in 'rv( -:1e: Icl.iwarc, r.nTi.u'd.iy. pcrsi.n DR. LEWIS .i.
; Jueiatif .u-igH ..ipj.itii.cui in tltgift t.1 '. For Sale. the gtKxU r.uy he fe i r t the Sti>re t-f the Coajpocv. .
ie zu''t of the .Anerica$4 the Tj; itst.iiit, wa* R jti-.uiiccd. The filliwitij : '
Arrival :
air: t'VI' 'HtCflt. Hue th u i le \v hie J*-Uiity.t.id! htKh Stearsslnp ') / \\l \ rt"\NY; liAGS. 9KitalU f>r T'i(KITOt- 1 /< /i.iio 111; ll.Alj.D.iKr4 RESIDENT DENTIST, \
ICub..t.I.1ivere! ofi\.rc-J !
UK u.'j.iuliiiou-l I
$4 Y> I.K. \ i'; are liivifcJ to cxar ia-j these c t H01>JlCi.-5.S;
tew1ttd..nd(1 1U Dim) *iatlo M..r n i.t 1 m. L &COTT.aT.t .
tip- 11 t' jiti: ]. i : .\Ifltlila. r :..Jt1't'-' : li, l l-.o !1. i-3 1.ut'i.; t'itr'i, %bre. Is now uwertiug Artificial Teeth ontha !

1'lv I. -pis aiuro of rimida cui.l! iu puttf smh 4..S (hitto theh cf August, ha.? uiri\cd :it HJj.ivrurooL .- 1 ;;.M.W That th] r.rtthrcn of J.Kkn I.t..ai: Or,.! 'i-s X"<*uteri to ztay.TnoCflt, t-n- shrrt not:
S. Wt.lki 1L A.hin< aud otl.crrijc >';. iljsc imitation?, uul k f Varnished I continuous from one side to the V
1. !iu WUrs ;i 1> j Tax {'oSii-rtor's Notice.AM : ; i gnmd.
; f_ N. l.a< i- I..td: with !tpjif' totr-.w and rt.'rt-t. of th" .
j.-wjlutiuu uaJiuu'v.'f Ir. t : unl jHi jti m. paeti-J a by : c-tjTTo:; MARKET.C"tt d.atlif <-
... t .ruhiiig "tar federal gt'u\ai.c< 8 ntd aauis1 the .n, in the L'u' .rj;>. nuik; t. vas ii: good dc latt J'nii..r W.ird. n >f U.i J.fH4 fr ttifprt-jmt year, arid rnv, l b4; Iud .d-! are inpd SVflkI he trji-Ie mark of the'' hfe-like. und restoring tLe unginal contour of the face
measures Pt't'h jt j>rr/j-ri f'T the S uth- i.. S ;.t the t.'re II..i-ki.- t -'tt. \VILLIAM RIDER. #o as to defy detection. He will attend to all calls inMiddis .
\rr.u maud j.t *tuf-r i: *t- 'jl.4'e 1.r the i.rL i hrc i. 7 *'JnJ, That wl 1lt the L'i.-tin-n !H<.uri over :.Companv. .
*" i.iit-d. .1i! !., :w iiiil.e.- my tlutt to e- :IIU: all t.iiri lne Florida fur Full Setta. Thow Full .
oUhcra CouvrtilJoii va "nohich li.vy ; Anh.. 51. 1 f.m. IWt. N. A. (r. P. O> wuhing -
> L1 tt tLtu
ti "Li I 4Ut int., tre IUtU : the > aa.iible ae: J bLin.e! in all Stti-: a'i I Cotji.ty by It -e.-nihtr) ii-xt. I tlieteT.T. Sells can obtain ail iufonuatk letter *

:.ud to the action of <\Lie-h) ll.ry 3. .JM-ii ft.r i n.ri' M c! JIM .,_) bu.len. the wj-.lkfr f llfith**y r.j.ke m! the pca-in! <; rtfi'eli tlu ttLlt tL.:rcvill Lot If 'l- >l h'-l.i'i-m.t\: i ; nt that Fresh Groceries lie will warrant, in every uecuary iiiatar.ee. ati faction by aiid *_ 'j..

cnIcc. (J'n. 2a-t'D. t Lg; ,.,,.j :, iLnut-toanV rln-ular; q
v A V13tLe, i! Whtjr Kej* wciitativc 4 f ]noji.Li, in theVMJ "Jljt fuUi .t !?. 1- 1. CU: Ti Cht t.'r.DAGGING ; :;v LLL Extra 1'an.il* I'luur. .. i ,.
ivjg ae tinjuotati.jas i -
i a ChrUiiai: have nv-crnl fr 1 io tt d sj'iiit,
btiJ liou"! f J.V; i tetativr of tlic UiJteJ 70 Superfine FJ..iy! Flour, JurieIS54. CS i. *
Fair < rl<*m .CJ. tlii a 'ijrh l th j:.(-rir> <.f the oi."r ciuciiitbut! w.v ii.n I 5 Ca-ks Bacoa. ,
-'*. htlj uiiitt-d iu Wiring on (i\ v. l>j-o\vn j.e' i* !.4i-J'Uii'} 4ifiiU! .a 5 16d. l
and a-ceud Ssm i< ur, a bin! t-J i.truv.Lti> th C. Kalf4; Hon.: ,. TuJnc stnl fi.nlt.VLAGltE : 3 Ti.-.e4 5-jztir Cured Hams, Rice's Patent Baby Walker. \ tT .
:' -:\iuglh> iufiucixe of ht olirj l i.uine toti i Fur lpauJ.! .. .. .! 6 1 1.Miii.ui 1. "
i.fcyo 1:! L.rd, XITES all! the of the WoIU-r anI 'sJ
1 1tial Lt1'e j.Inve. u bere .11 *>d -.'- -.'- .. advcnUigc-i -
'- nt
,' Tjiland.. .i 3 Jtd.iJai.k ; jr ; totki-f th! :above! nrti'-I! .. will bi-fc
.'. of dl luKfc fr-itii Flt'iidji, wid suVenK pt
: .a: > etiijirij !ttKg \ Jumper m one artiele. As a Jumper it u aupe- .
tTLe of La Lbd l I. .s icJ-ictd th eat of iliivr- last tt. arrive. i thri-ui. iii.'it the vrh >''e Fiil! andVi.ttr B.M \:'.- l'.rk '
Mr Cn11 addr.d G v. Jr'.nh.t : rI\\t nor ID in.tny resf-ix't to any HI n.e. n'< requiring to> i" .
4-it to i OCl.t. :;. /.'.*../. a. 11tat the Ijn.l:. !ieli.t ith th > -.j'.iu. i:,d .' 2 a* !l.w hv tt- bv anr thr II-r><.-.ein -- Vhkev.Se.h I be fastentd nor liable to accident with springs ad- %
: v'f1. v.O: ribi'ity tti-1 zoal 1hs st..bii! ttt. the \V- i iii'r.hticri i r.J! .m.h.! ..> tc-
The alii: a il.tt liud to :cf>aQ'>itre the coast SILL 15! !T > u'.i-: jr and th.lr.-tl.!. n i wiar the t-t.i: l city. : to : ? i.s .leiii lut; &ttie juj-ted for eliiltlren short or talL pcrt-ible with the i .
.. le iij tLiif Fi--ond Idr goijC nhtrc"
) ItJl, ad WU.t tu iAr f.jir pi'.rrh-siiur -' HEHi! tt ICi'ST.Kail : liEIJUY i KO'vTLUS. *"
child in it and tLe least of the child
movement canI .-
I Sj.i.-i 1'i of } iu ii their
the 'iilJiiSi. 'hi--j. ic'1 thirty ty. t..r.-u:
': to fc ay he r-on-iJerid this coi vt-nti u >ential .\utl;! itt. I -I. AI21I-' .,. i : L 1 I sine; a rr.i-; s<> screeable! that chiMien will remaia Oi? bundled tiou! n.l rnii\\ ;a: 1 i'i: ra4ir.rf'.he d! r.a5 1. I *
l-ti, ''
tiaN-ly *nVr li! Ci ::;:
J.jwa f.ivie 1 3 d-T-f nr tu th' united u'iJ bijaJutfBj'ptJ th< lui litc i.h. *j )>arto]>id.'Jh _,______ ------.-------- v--rr-.rr--T----. 1 / jKEGS en h.iud, itid f >r cal I w bvlUU \Vanted.ANTnP 2

ijilriu-d. HElli ,V Kl'ST.AwrtM IMMEDIATELY, a uifaf.Te _

; h Liu? whieh ta [>li aoJ the ab' Iiti"n r.i-l fngetAry The i.id! iWt Wat.fT Ahnd.TSe LIVERY STABLE. 1?. 1"51. ::n "\ t t k. eiry of and I *iperir.tenci[ tlic butlditij! ; SEA BATHING. ..

C'z-r.thc Ai-h 1 l i.ko nj.d Anb Dr.i-h< t f (J- .f suitable out Luii'iinr hflter-*. Air. fr a circ'.lur
frb41! nt ih* N mIt1ii that it vji c.p|ii "J it.to tl.eof Collins Axe2.L : COLUMBIA HOUSE
C.ij-tnnti-jt, :.:-.ri'\xly <.-eiiK-i] biing captu id I t ly KI WILLIAM NHWSOM j 1 *a\v Mil! ht s-'iiie j-.int on the Tal!!&!iHee Lr.r.chof ,
.uUn1s th ir j< utnrJs. r.ni l.v \v: e.
Enh! .utwr.Thi 1 inf-nn hil .\ FEW Djx f.rbalc bv" | the i'Ltik ll-'ad. A lajKtble j.tt-'iri t-f chat 'ic'er and Cape Island, !New Jersey.HI9 .
; !a tn be rtr. I j"VTt !< ji t ; I Itti-fiui.o j ttr.cVi-d the I'M-iwli nnd Tutkisl ''imljiti'l only need! npplv to Ih>p! iii5 it Me mnlas.Tallakt .
t11.- and : I *
iiL a ctiiaV tf lucl as ihut vhk-h '* :t wa'd tip bv <*.itij! > of <>inmi-\o. :i i4i wii* dt l f ctI i v.ith n ] i> oitko .-t? 2?' -j.-ih.e; Au-t is:1; ::; : b e, or DANIEL; LADD, Prt, Ntwj-ort new popti'ar'establibhnKnl fiow z. -
-- tliat ]he may alv.'HV-- j..t.u 1 1a ___1t .:. !:.. .J open for the reception i>f.visitor*. I
LiJcd bd l\ehui.dli-d.ikY' taktji
fbUtL.ab 11' 15ut"ii vhv hits rtetid t'.t' : i.'iiiii ath n < tl.ou.--nj : 'll : tin1'A1'L11 I ..j.jH. -iti ti.i- .tniI.! t .vly tei.iCCuiullet Wanted, The Proprietor thankful fyr the patryna fc be Lss .. ; ..

fIum smieof them foi the J'i *i 'l}Ili'.r-ui,* ri-tr'Hifl I by f t'l l tnnt ls.. ,- nn1 I>KYOIi SA1-T HH'nS : al-o. Otter ._T k f.-r woikiiu; on ar..! abut aliove named Mill, for
bpi fu higily! r iri>liir.fMtd y (!or. Iru! ti 'J li<- fvIlalI't) < f Wiillael I'it i< -on>j>Utd.. llor < i kj.l tl IJveiy on reFt.itbeterrnn.! .)'.J '.J _y ami IWr Skin fr wl.i'hthe l.iiht whieh 'us1 \ itZt-s will be given and nejroe* well public, that Ibs HOTEL in every department Vill b* '. p
V V'a'sai.t I.-t* i Fi-td furu-hed I) in a to prcvio'os G ,
t hover style .
an ktj-t
f.t iu* hotjc..y. Who l>ii vrrl l Ltt that *V I II. St-nr.rl 01 n thf 7th July, thv I I Kur----! weir e ine T.1ratinrth t r r.iaiket j.rice will be paid by HE1U! t Ul'aT. cared f-T. Applr! r.s abuvi1 superior into tiny wason. n ;
vii'ii i H"imi'1 Mi.lt; -. has U-tu introduced 210 runu ,. 1hss1er'* ccV! > *
etbc 6tKhn fri'iutli.-.t r.1j.l i.-'at anJ *' W < ii f 'ii-vu, itnd ]>r< pirin': Jiucbirtst: f-T u )i! !! >llK.jtt.i Auiru-t ll. ISf.l CSUuivcrsity Jt.!y _'. 1'1.! (0 T>. J.ATU> *-
Jrnj y f..n. < I II. ii:! 4\-it himlf to L'ive *nti-f.'tf..n t iin ittloi. bratvd orchestra has been engajjed eselsiiively for til* *

IrlmtiHf f.iCl""il>iuitt of I >iuer l' < Antnan tr ;,-h.iH'I :i 1% j FI..ii in eaii4ii1 the 4-i l <* t,1 1insr'. .. .tutikUaI fj'-m 1'f.lh ti. (i.ii'.ui m. Ttiv totaltit n.n: t"r-*- i1 i- .;.i :u-t i-.i.; :.i : 'I'IIi!!! c-ilr-ciibt.1 will s H at a bargain Mi wilL lcnd.n; to theiucrcascd comfort and tnjoymeut of tbo i':' ,

t i&tA del th 1 :. Ji4j'.. Tl :MKDICAL: 1 Dji: AIiTMi.NT.'yilE : htiul ,;, the Lut-ts. Application for rooms may be made, by addressing t .
C&th& t ates to ac1 : li-i ti. r- 1 1.n.i 1 nott I lw.-tt f-r. -.Ml, but k'i-- vu tract of c'-uIiLiunr. 7 O ncrft OD
WM. >:. ;..-\.Tt.7.) w viNvuiitin H. *r-\v v. v. i \ the proprietor at Isla'nd. to the sub- '
\ Cape er
I lh- ; t'.r Anaiul to'lr&t' of LiTuitii liii iJepnrtnicutI ) and known Ford two !iiiu.rri1ucr. : '
.ijtkin. I \*as a mctubcr of tho CoiVbtion h.LiLaIi1eJ ori-j.Hriiti..ii- )h tii.tUB Uirg uiadc wne t f ac O-illa) rirr. as Sandy ; '
>ilo>.rul: hutac* T. io.. -JM-I i-ii T. MUv L.r.vio.\, 1 \ ill cowineiH-i- MiKiday. NkMcuibei lulh, i.n>l .. i-f which i ii hammock, the bahinee pine of which t-criber, L. HARWLOD.
in Ta'LLabFef, and there iiitl inWlitgs v1tc1t.aditg. I No. 17 South 3rd street ..
1hh.. !na T it i rig"n2 MUOHthe i ; Uiitisb i ainn will I timuiia.t1t; in the tit-uiu.; M IP-I. 4.11%- I.un-lrr'l acnt ure eUhrt-L! A new store house Philadefpbia.J j
of Leon, aIL'Jfl, . iT-U: ;jIN'; 1 where n.s-t cilice is kept. and f fcaI B.-Extensive stabling on the premises. .- -'
j \WM. M. 1 \ & C o. ..laiiuJ 'n 'S M. I> Prof'sor -f I'ra.tiet f-f "Itdt2C. j-* .n tIe place u { June 1854.
IT ?
; tvitli the DeniTrati b pending delegates! nd ytt ,uf J. L Kd-Ul.; il. 1 D l'u.ft--i r of f he i..i-try. I \rirJiJ] \ stand for a j-ub'ic' houso and btore-pirs>i ti3i m si : *.' ..

f tJL about the Dcmociat, being Hi fdvoraud the Wl.ig .I Arrival cf the Baltic.Vw rI1 Jslnnb( (Cotton /tulon; Wancu ti'tit. M. 1)., Pn-f- e'r ofttnriry.. i wish.tr; to piuchase will apply toi Notice to Debtors and Creditorr.- :V* .

aiuot1 Yotk. All 1< ._ A. II. Cenas. M. I)., lrtftMI'tr of Olr.t) '-tiies. i SAM. WILLIAMS, *
*? Ikjautifull BcKUtifulM: Ouee more, asid Tho l._ S M.til Pt.-ani ,i-| 4 LL indebted to tha t: *
1 Fla. estate Henir Kea- .
Countv persons
Sandv Ford Joilerscn ,
Weildeihurii M. I) IW.-3- of Anittomv.iti.tavu
1 ant done. You complain that I wind a'd! tou.d ih.tJIrntaju the JUtie. Ciipt. ( 'oiiiMnek, iirri\til uj thU jn-rt I.. \o. I;;, Southern Wharf, A. J. % Nott MntcriaMedicHThotiuw July ?). 1561. SO 2 \. dricktdeceased, late t>f I eou Cocnty. are lereby .'--t-1 1
:'dnx troiii Liverpool, vbn-li) he IcU the tub ( ; A. M. I 1), Pn>lVrurof
instead of puit on eII.tILL'ST'J S. -- requested to make payment immediately n progiessicg the ?
directlv t.ritgL iti-t llut'tt' M. I), Proftssc-r of IJ5i.I4.gy! nua S
Fire and Marine Insurance. niands against said o tatc raun: bti 'ntrd in the .
tuutcL Tbujwa "neof the necessities ihiuiuu Livciifooi. ('r.t A' ] 'Z.I. .4 m Itbl.gv. prct-t
\ JIu-.Kit. I- .
Pircr.br: of M. .ri -. i ,, Mutual In hav- time by la/
Savr.rnih quired
M. n ME : urance Company c"berwb tliia irS.iz will 1* -
up'ed on me. You know 1 was after you with 8 i Miiiipui: I llvaiis: I tn-piii-rc and C'di. ot I the Mb m-t.. SI11)L) II'S G.tJ.tI(' Ct'nt-iiu* C. ISeard. M. D.. and Sa-iiUtl P. Choppin, i J. iiu' established an A:.'tiicy iu this City, will plead iu bar of thor rucovcrv. .
b.irp stick," and had to fdlow your Min.Jitc*. ALIce rejmrts tli- Kd.n sit.c.- Jh- l. pnitnr<> of tie AiM-iien; : i 1) Anatoii.y. the third take Fie! and Marie* rik on tie rn'nt favorable hALEY 'I'. BLOC1ER, V
f-r will Ic
at 25.00O baitof f whi-li ., : The I* oiu* ih-otctiug open on .
Spee.ilatora tk :; 'MJ and .
Applv to Agent. Sbenff and Ex-oSeio Admiaiatrator. -
1 jtvnrw. 4..
Ae well
complaint truly might the i..x Oclub.
crafty ABBOMINAypORTERS.A'O 1:1:
Export&rtI'ij: bales. The deuui.dva! Monday
| 'o..d J Ir-irt
| July If, lNr-4. 23 imn July2. 1SSJ. 29 8w ( !
Ftj1ain that the pursuing )bound* did ti'tt penetrate the) tla.lt:, Jt'.id llci'iv liu-t b} hiMvl.Tin! t'i.ata 1|nn- The Faculty ale Vi-itin Physicians aud Surgeons *

lie j ungle wl/k ulspt'rted LInjttli ctptkiuus j v.!u Jiajs 1 wire as fr.IloWb ; I'uir Oileatil2d.; Mi.idin! ); Or- JIl'MlilJC i.f thrCliaiity'ho'-f.itj.l.aud attend tLU iu. Ututit/u fioa; : Salt. Gwynn's Patent Reaction Centrlfaja! *- .* :

i: along its margin. sir, 1 base d .ue. The pam-r I' j.ael-l-aiif. 5 C-Sd 4t1 1 : J'-ir I'llaiida, G l-i. j.nd iliddl"rii. ---0- t Xinvinlwr The StudentriiTonijiany till April. the l'rfeirt.rs in their .-1IrSat.k:* Livrrpfw.l salt in good order landing Pomp and Fire Enjjfnc. .- ; '. ?

e LJegtJ.( It is far from me tlcarure ic thus ( EXLILL ,hi iLLI.ESt .-It H etutcd that the r'iIKSK 1 iiitific: :i: I rrineiple"I Instrumci.t.
picking tp" green cnw,* and know lAthings," bu: ( tcli*.IVftieb liJtci-i-eve I liotvtin along the <-oa.-t I lie i.-thic.l Ps i.ft.aiitu. m tliU ciiimtiy and I in Knrnjw. tical-advant-isffi. hundred : Newjw.rt. Jn'y! 2'-MS54. 4t 2'JI ctjtain inaction; permanent in'u e ; aia, witi$
I ot'the Criiuea There are ifiirin the es ion, about tight so lovr iu c<*t that they ire rapidly superseding all
Jouthuuld recollect tnHc to uttatk
never to v.ith fact-fcthey trcetubboru ui-paatory an UIH.H .Sihattojiol. Valuable m I) tIflt 1fliH lP8. Ilniror, cm.'nt of the
in-itons prewribetl f.ir elaily.I otbfjs. The atlentioo of Planters i ia especially called :
Curled Hair Mattrasses.
1'uiidu and C Uteri Kluor AlbiH I
BOUTjIUoV.MAU : T IX 1leiiitrutri.
things. I Jus i reported that AJaud vaL captured by the Al and I all thoce li-ear ii which there i* a vant! of iueition I, In 1853; the number of patif uts was thirteen thousand -j "I UST reetive-1. ou coiiMjjnment, a lot of fine curled to its efficiency for Draiuage. I tie a perfect safe guard ;
OS, August tli t, 1854. li'-b seteu huudred ami tiftvne..! I tairistthe IU effects on cotton am! other plantationf.of
l tie IJJ i ftst. und .
ou oeciiiicd] by the l-'unch aimv and totie. in the Abdominal nnd I'-lvic Vi-e.-rn. TifM\f...'.'z. .1IITVT. .. .. M n.TWn.Notice. tl hair mattraM-s. double '>r njo! -verv things fur --
the destructive rara of the SouH-ern climate Mud '
un J Marshall Do HiUn-rc. A hiijiiily of thr-M) valuable Instruiiieut, ju.st net-i I Ivcd I .Ja& I hot weatuer, which we will sell low to ebee. ; L\*
a Eia LNTumoK. K. I, A\ig. 18,1654. J JMa. : HiiMitiS{ evacuated HucharoFt 'in the Ut intt. I aidljr Pale at the Dritir Store of .Autit lt 1FL54. 1). LADD. Gravel, and other bubstauct* i!.> DJ* itijure it. It ia Tr,** ii .-

C. 1.Thr-Tbe political canvass teems to and Omar Pa--ha oceujiied it at the last accouutn in ] UAUNAKL i MAXWELL New Port July !.">. 1S54. 2S adapted for Steamers, lanu."i.ci.ri, illnes. WaterWorks *, 'i:

be fully open, and the different pariie wide lItD4In with a hirg- force. Augusl! 2C. 1S51. SI 7W T>r large cities, and all ylfualioas requiring i-T ivr i-

AVe expert b.th Mr.MaxwiXL and Uur.Kutcrprik how1 [ *11ie Ku ii-h anrmally IX weeks after date, the undersigned will apply to Mary C. Bryan, 1 Divoree. In Hamilton Circuit powerful pun>p Sites manufactui of from 25 to f j.

on the 21t to address the pnoe ? not hied Atietiiatlnt th-y would unninditioiiallvrt $ For Sale. S' the H lou. J&iI.e of Prob.i'e: for Leon County, for vs. V Court, Spring Tvrtu 18 54.Jo 100.000 gallons per minute 'carntlty. tall and be j

scbjcct of their election. There 'Jl "J! pi'q!"*'"'".Ii" -i"ai ating fioni (i lie Czar. 4 riUSTUATK .Saddle and HaniowJ. leHtr of adiiiini.-trati..i, on the estate of WiIIuui Jendccttifd .ejih Bryan. ) satisfied of these tacts, at the Otnoe and Warehouse o{

Important will bet' 1'he 'l'rkj.) (;'.% rLn( Iit hud com. tth. eoiiclunviiieiniui.lorAu.bu J.JI..>re. Apply to the fiibn'riber kiLls late of f.iid Count, to the Court, by tl! c return "f the Union Power Company of U. S7 No. S3,Brcadway, ,j p ..
at '
>d turn out. T7i old Gorcmor lias a good uanv' < ; JOSHUA \V. S.UNDERS.ligilit IT New Yoik-removed from No. 24/ii airly'opposite-, ,, ,
thc that ehe vuuld not cuter ___ _. SIr. Sajiiujjlou'e plantation, fue miles from SlieriiT. the Defendant i is not t,, be found :n said ,
ardent friend* ab-Ut bere and they are duing him jj7. I>554. SmCopartnership 2L ,

?4 rviee, but Lc can't come it, Wbiggery ir done, il AXVU.L 4 ti A I3trt, I'rnMlat declinrd Treat t 4.ire iu its adherence to I August 2C, 1351. Svf :;4I Land for Sale. pfil\trr -d by publica'i.mof! this order in one of the public Notice.

will b< elected by a largely iucrebsed All Gazette-: of thi* Sute once a mouth for four mouths _
qu-t itt HE have tfiia day entered Into .. _
Spi"Ui i undt-rwgued a co-
< "Portod that mi Notice suVcrUter otf.-r for sale hi* Plantation, lying Term. T S
; P. 1lE ( the next
has C.led; bis; ])oet vitL abihty-be has been faithfol nniied iji.h )vui t Quecu CIrUtamAdditional CVek. i prior to partnership in.thaWHOLESALE a..
List if >n Swamp J WALES BAKER .
t&, 2.avi. LiIrid Uti1e IE undcriirned, admiiiiatratnr of the U-nmi'-s ; Quiiicy i Judge. -
nud JustriouB and the people will eustaiu him. pui.I a bire awn. (;efl. estate of hundred in the tract, three htindiHl I AND RETAIL S. .
Jt Ie La CtiucL hai heiu Mary A. IVzi-au, lecast'd, late of LtMIi County, There are live a.-re? JOHN FUISK. Clk. C. C. Fla.
ilaayVbigs: contmative of course, openly Hy they 4 GuieuJ tifC&b.I Iiuted Ciptaiu jjivei notice to all j erw>ijB haviuf demand* against tiuidebtate of which arc Cleared. It i a-' jj.wd land a* can I I 1 July 15 Ib51. 28 ILt7cUIr: :E1SSVNDtR

ca tee no necessity of oppocing Mr. MAXTOU. I to ;present them vithiu tlie time prescribed bv be found in Gaduden County. On the premise* are a THE KAMB AND STYtE OT '
law, or this notice vill be plead iu bar of their g.xxl Dwelling, Houe, Gin House and Screw, with every I Fresh Groceries and Provisions.
The Whig leaders in the East are min an cxti B $ by the BalticJ recovciy on a farm. Terms BARNARD & MAXWELL.
; and all tljoi e indebted are requeued to make other outbuilding DeceSrary I from New York and New
tTt to ketp the arty together; they ar* abroad tw YOUR, Aw*. n". I Address through the Quiney Pont 'A7"K arc now
I pavmt-ut iinmeiliutfly. T110. J. I'lIUKIXS, made easy. me j I \ Orleans per Schooners Elizabeth and 1'aylur, They will be 'pleated to sec thenr ftfebd* 4
a "u withstanding, not a few are giving in A despaU-h dated V na, July :;?. ,? Admiral [.Sentinel.] Jld"Lild4SaOr. Office, T see me at my residence, nine mile* from Mitchell
lUirwlw exij daily. They Come tij and join like !1 llauilin: had summoned, all Ins available Uiui-tH>rtb to August iG. ISM. 8w 31 I Quincv" ou the Stage Uoad leading to Tallal.aFsee. I StT Louis siipeififia do. Jr.. sign of the Mortar corner of Monrb .
to Crimea. JSulinu IIrDNALL .
ha W. )
conrej tr.H'jw U-tu bun.td._ .
: .o. JWItaj tue rwtriotic editor of I the Ti.npa Her- Th* AubtiLiub had viitcred ueilLcr ilvldaxia Notice. .---A. 1C.l .??." tln.tv.ljtrt1ItL Suprtor IU e do.do. LiL__ and Clinton streets, where they will k> p _, q.
Wai- j Eatray -
Ldauj.0! or i. Graham do. a.full arid g ieraia&'ortmetitotartZc1a appertaiitinrto .
PARKuiLL but 1 bad hku to have forFiKeo j Ldiia.! *. .
; STRAYED their liue of busiueu. solicit the XktheirTriends I
Thomcs a patfttoagt
J. Chace. JuMi Notice Ribbed Bacon Sides, 1
a < ,,f ?
Mir eillce .c
A static
tie object of b.y. Ittter. It Is to relate It, yo i dopatrhfiotii pitivelr that ::4 the l'eice, iu sand fir the 2d District of Jeffeiw, the of Clear do. do. and the publio.. &
duiMnn of the allied under (flciicralb ,, hereby in of requirements i b-
army und pursuance JiL.O. r rM&
of a gouJ ijldV1i Cou.itvand State (Florida, by A. Murat Ellis IS L Sui ar-cored Hams, E. BARNARD. .
the Sbay's
of th, Eiut" Couribvi eailt'd from Yarua ou th Slbt of July fui <.u the the Cons itotion of the State that at next e- Stag <
intoud* to rote for MAXWLLL. .Ue Las been I 1 Uh day AnSut. A. D. 1!>54, a britt orrel (Jeld1115. the General Assembly applicati-Hi will be made Cruihetl anti l'owtiered Sugar, TROUP AXW '
Ciiuua.Pcimuiik. ion of
nMi 5 or C yearold.. t%%o hind feet white and to be styled Loaf and Clarified! do. February 1. ((4.) 1654.S .
t taDt reader of the Kentind for a loi.p. tiuie._ has acceded to the Anstrian and Knssiantreaty. I the f..reh.-ad, a-.ut! thirteen fourte Mar in lor a charter to incorporate a C-mpauy Stewart's Hard Candies -----.,.
( n hands Railroad V(1
IVuio suoEtanecis what he ead to I and has the LiglfiuL lih the Talkiba** e and Georgia Company. Cheap GooditrpHE
n>e the oth-r ; Apprai-ed at f.rlv-tive dolluB 12 1634. 2 Extra Apple Vineirar.ex! Wine do.

dsy ; "ily old friend CLUET of the S, utiuil uitut have '. JAMES K. TUCKEU, Cle'rk J. C. C August Grow A Blackwell' Piccolillj, Subscribers't:4 !
ducomed Spanish Ee volution Prospect of a Republic.WAfcHI.NClO.N Augntt C6, 1S51. Mustard ucb
tbe turn things ere cow uking, aud like 1toft 1 2m 34 For Preserving and Pkklinj. Superior French rtw&2fc (lick .
a is niakca
SSariaSaJtf business
Aug. VI. Preserved Canton Ginger, it
sold 1 nec # *
nnj. out. Ben, (4Jt.r we do ix.t NoticeT" White Rum
coniider ita Mr. Soulc! the American 3Jini-ttT atiladild! writes 2BBLSSuperior Fresh Soda Cracker. dipose of tbeur present stock of Qf*>fa j 2ewwists
<< of the way to call Urn so, after Lw Trnggiibly d-ub VTOTICC i Brandy. Luruooand Uraudy Peaches, ol a good npplv ef Watc vt o!
E -
that there i* no h"p* of buying Cuba from pati'io, hereby given that application will U er i
Vmg! the veuerable Cor. Brown, Ou>Tou.) '. neems"t" nor of an amicable rttlemeut of onr difficultifs with I! X> made at tie, ensui-j? session of the L Ulature 1 Apple CidW iVpper aad Pimento. thou, Jewfclry Fancy Goods, Cutlerr- ** P1144

,In* a laboring time of it. We coutid.-r ibo great :Spain. U'lh-iw bf j j.4 bucked by stron? !flC1IUTfS at ( of 1 lori.ia. for a.teiatiui.s and aniprdments in the char.Icr 1 I White Annegar.Wino \lnfgtit. No. 1 Soap. Dri'p Shot, Scotch Soufl. Ware, and numerous to & ti'other jti4,_....,mwlieUtbeyi. .s
Bushel Western themselves *
4h.fc$..,,iy m tl,* uianngcJnent Of the editorial ilunin! Vhiii2infi.: lie believes that Queen Isabella'* rti ,ni I uf the IVnsocola and Georgia Ilailroad Compativ, 1 Cask AVhitc Preserving Sngar.BEUKV ALSO-80 > do. Wheat Bran.Cv.rn, e1nrMrs at gre.Xhy ithVAl -

t, th* f will 1. |hrii.f, nd that U will bff'11'jwt-j by the c- pa M-.lin Ib.VJ. J t: EOWLE3. 25 ( JMICI. .1 rcv1l.Eit;

CKJUC! a ror death- Lwll JlviiOa. It latl. tatbicbLuttt il a KcpuLIic. Aujust, 26, 1E Lz1 August 5, ISSL Si Juu* I 1551.21 1WDGKI35 4.SCOTT.. I

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.- df. A/OSON'S '.' ID. : A.m ATTENTION LADIES. BAKER- & i-ic'

.1%1 call your attention to the elegant assortment of TALLAHASSEE AND '
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in QUINCY
E, Goods receivedptr li'cisa and to ILLrsctice r._
'. adapted your %%T the Middieandwutc
I _ DRUGS AND MEDICINES. sole use. onida, and in Counties

and certain cure for Coughs.Colds.Croup, Thomas, Ga.BOTLINO of ,
i'it*.; .4 VSAFE l)ER FrMtflY, Dyestuffs, Surgical Instruments, and
the of Edgings Insertions.
_ d Cou.-umption Lung Spitting L Spices Snuff. Window Glass. Paints, 13AREI j .

se,7 i *' _____________________ .Blood. Bronchitis. Hooping Cough, and all Pulmonory.Vfi'ctkns. Oils, Varnishes, Putty Manufactured Tobacco, SWISS Ed'ngs" t. lus'ngs." Valeneie Maltese Edgings" January Tallahassee.';, 1864. Qata,3,, P

V. and Glass Ware. Patent Medicines. i

1h'r S CHERRY AND Fine Soaps. Fine Tooth, I'ureVines and Brandies Smynia" R al Just
LUNGWORTjma Reoejve-
., arid Hair liruahc, for Medicinal purposes Saxony Smyrna FloutKJDgi.

THE CVRE or 3S" A LOVELY YOUNO LADY CURED OF Paint Rrushes, Fancy Article. Blond '4White FROM New York and New Orleans'
Coughs Colds lloarsncss CONSUMPTION Garden Seeds, Fine Havana Segars.He Coffee, Sardine
.*< Spitting J 16 Sacks Rio Coffee *
Goods. *
'-.. Si* of Blood Tlie fillowiinjf IB froiu the of Win. II. Levinnn. has recently received per brigs Aa Sawyer and
Mght Sweats Asthma pen 20 Boxes No 1
.MontitiK.n ,-, and Fresh, Soup, 10loo BU,.
1 supply of evcrv variety Cambrics Swiss Muslins
;JL V> the 1i'ti.6i4kti; t Kl I iiiiriiiv v. e:' i'iuiiHir.im TACONET ,
.>' .f&';:f : Lifer Complaints, and Naval q. Arrn. tmdr date New York,January 26, ISiy of articles ucnallv Kept t tiy Uniggirt ruuhrrn HIKI .3 Clir ). ILmk 10 M choice Scgars, Sac White

t.. .-Mt-'rt What could be more conclueiv ? Physicians will always find atthueatnhlishmentn} full Striped Nainsook SO Boxes U. R. Rasiiu, 2 Eb?.

CONSUMPTIONDEATH supply of every thing needed, and on the most liberal Fig'd CoI'd Curtain 4 Bhht. Pi1oin.: 2 & ,,Lemoo9 '
ourselves to
"It is seldom we permit occupy nplice DR. 4 do ,
*:, JOHN DULL terms. 1 C.k
Mi Country promptly satisfaction
) j
r )& .4
of btlti natural li.v 5a the but when the life SOMKTIIINONEW :
? w'e vie* riHr< > pit. n: medicine way ; we see key
guaranteed regard both to and
.I.r .. 71)SON'S CHEMICAL EXTRACT OF CIIKURVV.N'D of n fellow creature snwd by the u'e of any medicine AND VALUABLE. quality. Physicians prescriptions prices Mourning Goods. 4 bbls'Ex.. Winchester 2 Tj bhsKO.S

V .c LUNGWOttTH. medicine unlike most whatever, we consider it a our right if not our duty, carefully com L'K all wool de Lames, Black Satin, Whiskey,
20 Boxp
p : .i tha} j): ttUt remedies of th day i is the result of the :to give a simple statement of f.ictft, that others main \ r 5tgn5!The most vnprrine powerful in tha King American on the I fa>(.wiwrref now pounded.Alo.. EPPIXG'S COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT B Botr.bflzinefl, Hair Crape, 4 bbU. Granulated and Cassia ToI ,

,. s ireful *(nJti an 1 experiment of scientific nn.l #r- like manner be benefit ted. The case which has induced the crowri il hi-S'U of Europe sink into innigoificaoc OF BUCHU.! Fig'd Silks French Crushed Suzart. Yeast Power's.uioves

4' Mh trieuetd'hyticiai*. The two principal iiijredient* us to pen this article, wns that of a young lady whrn romparcj to titat of our American Kinn. Watered do English 6 dot. Claret Wine
European King, rniploy) the pnwcr rritrj in them to December 24, 1653. 51 Citron Pepper
- harr l on been kwwn ant! celebrated of our acquaintance who by frequent exp"osire to the Increase the rirhni of the rich tool lordly. an
S. 1\'ILD CHEllRY BAUK.-When the strength of night air, contracted a Cold'which settled ou the lung to fT<:*.
,'. ti! is jrj? rly ejrtiacttJ\\ then\ >ft medicine know before its ravages c--ild: bo stayed. (This occurred dent. Our Aniericnn King (oe< forth wirh s-quit| *lllinKnr Handkerchiefs.T 2 bbl.t Candj it'
!I to tli-lor'lly matjfion isn't huniblr r*hin. n-.viy alike BOXES Window (Glass aborted Mze Bologna Sawvtge., Spere sod &
1 00 '
fjr the t anJ other Pulmonary j.!! two ''I'i winter Vttii'. *' Cj
wni Coughs vents remedies
> )
nj0 us
were to atlmiiiint n>!i-r ami tootTi-r hr.ilth ani l baj>piu M to H'O' ) kegs White Lead, Jt No. 1, ADIES Emb'd H'd-kft. Ladies Hem SfdJLJ irVkfq. Hermetically sealed Lob- Loodoo Porter
i?e?. it P .' se.M the phlegm anil enables the r ufToi or tot ued! but with very little filed or btncfit The cou h the lOfty an
oxpoctorata cwiIv, and ftl. np will cure the wurt cold grew wurse, with copious expectoration and the Funk- JOHN BULL'SIIE 6 Lard Oil Tape Bordered and Oystets, Pickle**
4 'r cough, which if uegcctcd! always K-Adsto Cousumplion. en and prile, hollow check told that Walnuts,
eye plaiiily pulmonary 20 t Kegs Zinc Paint. 2 bbs! Beef Tongue. Brazil Nut
Collars & Sleeves. ?,
disease was doing its worst on her delicate MRIC 01 ? !
L rt 20!() packages Fire-proof Paint (Ubla. and i bbk) 2 do Fulton Market Soft Shell
i1r' ; LUNG WORTH-Tlais j a plant the virtues of fran, e.Tw f-imily pln icinn was consulted and hi- 2 barrels Rectified TIMRRI) C.ilhtrs. EmhroiiIonitI Shi.eves T..f Y1t

4: .h; $ tvhich are kuuwn U> but few, it has been said by them though' he would not ndinit to the joung lady that she bicgui Is te Ttra nfli-rpil BONDER, to or aUIictel THIS KORIP liuinaiiity, ant; to tli.tinurTf prrxttnrr rtiij 2 Train Oil Whale 1 bbl. Oil, Varnish I:ii Mourning Lace I iclded Salmon' i Walnut-uoenn.

t* t leanieJ mcu of nil time that nature )hat proviJeJ really Ir.id the consumption, yet he would cive no en ; mil inn*, tlm Dortor ran MJ-, rt-lw-f i 14 at jour coinniun.l .Spirits Tnrp intine in barrels and Copal! Honiton Setts of Sleeves A Collars. Smoked Salmon, Tomatto Catsup,
at A
a for each and dieaee" and the You: liavi only to uv tliu iiit.tisit rviiinly. All gtn- Catsup
I remedy every iurngenient ss to a cure At this crisis, her mother eril: assortment Roe Herrine.
tlu>< who still Mifffr.'atil wiI!| tint the of Colors,Brushesand other Painter Soda
r ai-ri-pt pri.ffuetl Sugar
.,.. tiiesosrmea that are daily made, g"o to prove its truth. was per'vaded to make vo of a bottle of Dr. Rogers' Il.ilin.! >lt-M-rvr nut 'li" pity of thi-ir f mii.ir:; materii'ls- P. 11. AMES. Silks, et cetera. 30 Hit bbls. Northern CrackWA and fi

Iagirri1i i* Joullldi rttaed'i Jcxisniti by nature Compound Syrup of Lh ci woi t and Tar, and we ni 1hi wiiiieruI uiPilii-inc. ri<-f prrio I uliiref Ieceinbi.r
'c: :: ; far Conwinp'io Its liealing properties nre happy to state that 'he was perfectly cm ed in le-> | Intruihictimt )iui rrn.-l lmpiin| .,. to tli. l.rart of 24. lH.r.3. 51 ri LACE Silks. White Satins, EL tDrv Drl'etJApr1"!
tliou) *nnJi. aii'l m.i'li life n. rlinnu to who brrrt 'Marcellinc ttblr. St. louis and Dried
; nmnr >- Silk- Black
wouJeifal and the with which it than) three mouth l this ineil'enc! alone
truly nipiJtty cure *, after even Wines
.. y fvjpc rrparJi-J i it mi'V' *f n pninfiil an'I niira!>t* xitiurTo Syrups, &c. Ohio
the won't ca*<- of Ulcerated Lune: 5wthtugan( sub hope was de troyetl. It is useless to comment on ouch Ihr wiiul-i ttuli nil lJiiuuftit$. Kinbro-'Tion", V \nKillvra Florence Grape Liesaee.IH'k 10 JIb!.. E10"N! i Candle Wick,
nut Pain Extrnrmn', a-nt Vt million i-t itUdt OLD: Ofard Brandy, Fn-h Dates, FigM Tarltton a.s'd Col's.Bfk Rectified Wtw- PoAet Knives
duinij all iriitatK, alinoht immediately, is .1 proof of A cane n* this, for the simple truth will reach vfhre ,
.. 1i'?:': aaaptittinn <>iiKUr |ir tothii li9ea.c. These arti.Mec hed fiction If .
jt* two c- uib'ined poli uc\er cnn. lwubt the autlxnticity "
any of I'ain, n prcparifioii rnIipoMe1 pf TeTirl 4 ks
wilnly Maili-ira. Bncoo
Old Port Juice Brocade *' < Skies A
: ; tcilh; ofttfi- purely vegetable ingredient*, furm niue Sherry, White "
Wat'd llama
Sparkling Blonde Nctt
ucine that is cortainto the lr. >:. and.\aval Chatham ( i"iiI.s.e ,
< cure worst c.Tfn of Coiieutnption Mililaiy Argiif J 1'J
> o. All
nul-1 n--k the T.'iiyy. who r alwnyof rtsiip'ntj London Porter, Scotch Al.. which will be sold low
E jLf!> .- if taken before the nu.T i X.: Y.: aa as any other Hoo
.ror ratirt-ly prop- at. u.I1.s mluitii"! N nl lint i ii not aT lnal>> f.unil, > imill- IV.u-he in the city. for the
Brandy *. Cherries Cash.
f t .fy. < tratod. Do not be discourage-J trinl oan dnn hai m, TESTIMONIES] OP THE N. Y. PRESS. tine, to Jo im a fr i.iI l favor liy (ci\in the Kin< i'f !I'iin Brandy Ribbons & Trimmings. 1st door South
< : 4 if ati-t.Mtcr. thdr luUuriiteIn Ua*j4 Syrup, Sarihiuit.a. of this store of O.A J.
trial i'rry SlernMM.
I : a kindle an rxtrt
." -f but will convince the most sceptical 1 f its r"'i// ) if t Sash Rib'iiH. Black Silk
, t. V t. < wort i. IMlilif.! rwoninn.n'1 it. of it, Fringe, al.-r>. adjoining the
*. # From the N. Y. Courier, Aug. CO, 1859. its hrnk| wi-ll hilt tfm Strawberry }r4'hi Li'l.ter, BONNET store of S. S.Knight.
and MM that it it uml by their ufilictr miirhlx'r' The TIni Zephyr Will alw 'ellat Auction
W have: been deceived repeatedly in buviug m dic'iircvhicli Da. Room's SinnOF LIVLRWOKT AVH TAR.-We Ijflii-n artl l Ia3t&rli4ritftIfthi1 wlusi thr nilu'-f th.irHiitTiTiMC f 'U Shad.: Velvst. Cap & Bell AVorstcd Bin have heard of several! offM-t- friwi-li to ine tliU rillyVm.. l-> nr! ln-n wcr sii'I to be infallible but which Imvp impoitant eun- recently Silk Braidn assorted. White .t Col'd Bobbin Sale 7'
l8j th v will lie il"l"g ito srt of hri.cvolfiicitint tlnw -> e.ii Pinr Apple damn days Mondays and Saturrlavs. <
f 1 : ;v. prurtJcnly pallitivcs, hut thit medicine i k imt only c 1 )by I this excellent medicinal juvpnuitioi), and in MXiiistvicc w be |ir.'U.t of ThU H a powerful .111 1 tru'y' nii'Malrvinely 'Aiiva, Preserved White Silk Fringe, Snake Cord i Tapes. JOHN H. RHODES
Ji-Hy, Jnincr
but rure tttcrrafed fun. It mtaiiH that: came utulir our <-frv8ti jun. we cjintpojik Ir ull rxti-rnxl rv<, siv i.i.i- l.iirn', ,
n for
jM'.litive ., iin-l fir in'Tii.! Klllicti"iM. ir cur, Currant ii.! ,. Peaches Auctioneer and Comntution
4 &i iiari-ruut Jf(7ehaji
ctnliJently. One of *, who had ; nritiy (.
"f .: :: ii' ilolftorou* Drills ni: il l ie tiiil; will pmvo i1i s r.Ht< uUh'iiy our employee the ywt it i* prte<-tiy li.irnii <. an-1 itn-.ipit)>> <>f pmlulnth Sparkling Jelitmp, Tamarind., Gloves fie Mitts. April 15. 1854. 15Manufactured
;! I4 ). ciliJicy bettor than anvaFiioitionsorcertiiicatttsi'i sulli-rcd scveiely from a long Mnndiiigould, during li-imt nijiiri'-iiH ftf.-"M in the uio-.t dfiiea-o rr or .
Extracts ADIF.S.ac'd and colored Kid Gloves
, .i; :;. curing Consumption anJ Kdi'eacpi\\ of the Luis PIt wei-k cunimenrod the nee of thia aiticlc, and his tinwrnkc't c ti Vea't
; ; cold lia is rntirty ti.-k.'i! to f.lViw tlif f M an I worn out l'ovtlers, l'icklt'e. Silk
,a 4 n 1 Liver, fuch n* j>itlinrf fhlim>{, (Juiigfi*, jxi'in; in entiioly ilinjipcnred. RTRtt-iii' i-f pf irr'ili- Corn Starch, Sal.ul Oil t.ii Baver TUST RECEIVING a further stoek of
{ft .'1 and cli'sf, n'q3t-Luctts. { dr. From the N. Y. Mirror, Sep. 1!, I 1S.10.LiviuwonTAM coof ".nli-r< |I'v.rIn.t( liy rhiH iiielKim* It r m. toe
' but t 'v-fm -tnt i 0. i i' I I hr. Itu.l: mk huwtllvarn Capers, at In
,: 'iIjui.-Ti, protect our mvu as wt-11 ns the ConufT'TW" T/H. Of the viituontif Dr. f try an I' than it be
. RigeiV I rputiti.iiI oti the Kiii of Trfin JoiuK all ."'! 'Sorcisterhi.ri- Sauce, Cocoa. Buck Ganntletts, prices can bought in any of the JarnW
rJi, 'kf:: ; .- ,- cn.liive; we areobliijeil in: c<>nl''Hiatdind]\ ccm ,h ni di.-ineii J prepntod fioni, the alntve article*, D>"re than !t. eliiupi f.r it. Eni.ljhi i Mrt-tanl, 1). H. AMES.I''fPrruw.r ,' Bl'k Silk Mitts, eta North. Traders will do well to eiamine amZ"
: t.t nature of COMSTOUK t t HROTHKlN.n I thee We woi.t; k, titve <-u the Uhuuma'i-im or flom: I-' before
ij'v. it \* iii-"dlcN8 now to speak ; its efficacy in *pe.dlyouiinj JI. is'c.I r->-i Worsted ordering their Spring stocks. WiH frrJw
.. vr.per. without this it is wmthlvsa counterfeit fieT.VRLTON'S ci'iiglis, coliN.ptid oilitr hI21gC0101 i1aitit. which tiew an- not |ili-'i.-int nmipaniniiH, ail l w.i iiiu* tuit October 29. 1853. 43 samples, with price attached, to
i you HOiilJ lil.e: tu time thrui away >a rwiu a. pu.&bie, any de.mnitA j
.x-:. r tht'. too ficfjuently result in consunjjtion; in to well established thcu u-e Just Received per K. Remington, credit to 1st ol April"will be z..a" -* ? aoi

-. &.. t LTNIMnXT FOR THE PILES, lo.U in public coi'f'uK-iK'e' to need itilogy nnw. '. P.m."? KINO OK P.UNV AFRESH smpplvof DRUGS and MEDICINES, AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO. tity&ewport is recnir-J, January S3.1854. D,LAJm

if" "i- ; .- : i now used in thc princip.-il: lutypitnld ami in the From the N. Y. Jtspath') A25:, 18.aWe : Wotill you he curt"! alui'nt 'iinmr. li.ivlr, of flnw1! Oil*,_Drc.Stuff's. " '* Company. 3
Coini'bint. |itM-iit<*rySniiiiii r inilaiut.' t.1.ra l Jlor-
<"iiVV .. iv (ln j raeti'e <>f i 1 have heretofore tnk'-n occasion to give our testimony bus, 'rjn.p (01i.tiol Ache. Tooth, or flUb otu-r! icbt INSURANCE COMPANY
.'i 1)t
, : t. f imli! viiiuaN and f.uiiilice fut-t and loss I t Fire Brick and Frame
< < nic.t-t oitiiiuly against by on Buildings
U : b iu fivcr: of the curative j>ropfitii; of Dr. lo! or IMIU, tie rnut-Jy U inip< at I the cure oruiu.c .10O Ounces Siilpli t.* of "liiininoFnr : HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT
I fi-r the euro of the PILES, cinl nlbo Furniture, Merchandize tc.Janua ,
i; txtciiMvclynnd rtraii.? 1). H. AMES. ,
riii' Compound Syiup of Livt-rwoit and Tar. and i: THE OKI:IT TIN OK FAIV.TToulJ Capital Stook .
' effectually as tolmfllc credulity uule** where it'scffrcte w.'uld IHTO repeat the advice alrcaily fiven, fr all you liave jour Sfre reliu-! Cut-1, Turns, April 22, 1334. 1C ry29, 1&53.: 4_B. C. LEWIS. rriHL $300,00 :
*., .. .1:, aie witne sC'l Kstcmnlly in th<> fallowing, conv- of i-iiI.l4. lifuuv*, or any othrr wounJ< Iiiivl, We repeat -.4. -,.- undersigned. Agent of the aW Companr
who alllicted with
>i-rsons arc uT J-
4: ; ];mints:-J>ftij>t!i Xictlliiiikh>iiinntl\in, Acute or j consunijdioii. .iny i Si, urf,: the FRESH GARDEN SEEDS Extensive Assortment of prepared to take risks against Tit onfciilmg /
trial of Dr.
the nnikc
to I
: piemonitory i> :i
.. ymjtom and their
i:' fyiatHv hum*, <{v. Sie a nnd /'/ 1-4-Whether 'g- irrpatti.ii) you Ii- rarl <.f 5i-l.I MraJ. 3-iff Joinri, Sf.reTlinnt. r.uowrir or IS.)3.RUT y- H. FLAGG, Ageat.
C The genuine isijni'.l Avi>ni:w lli crn?. on the '. Luu>jtZ'Nt'tr i/r King
.ir.tgi.i ><>rc TallahassepNoyemr
.o. fiv>*h or of lon r-taifJing! and f-v-r g-.j-c.-i It* :? A Haga, Flat TurnipCabbag%Berts. Ac., ju-t 5, 1858. 44
operatifn and \Vonii. tj't Ulii-iiui. lli' tf ri'i-wiiio'i-i larti. ''hii> lllanl. -
.. .. i tel plate; engraved \vrappT around each b 'Ult', p El R a RUST would respectfully call the
npon lults an I ehiMren in re.luin? iBt-uinat!'' an-l ail '.th. r 'orr*. ri'hir dry or running, 'ae D.H.AMES. H Bank
i is l of
buld whok'Ei'e and retail.: >vSCOVlL attention of their customer and friends to the f xt Charleston.
,1 p. f welling, antUo.vcnint; o-iigln and ti )htneMof the Kay agaiu: aol gn.n, Tout kiVLOT ii IT. Jihu l f il MHAD. __ t<;u'ive amid tasteful assortment of Spring and Summer
at New
. 4' thi-st by relaxation of the put, )has l>-i-n Furpitsing PUN"' AGENCY Port Florida.
. 113 I Chaitrcs ft, Nvw Orlean", j Metallic Burial Cases.rrjlF (;foods which they arc DOW opening. Consisting in
:.; .4 lieyond concoptum. The common' remark: 4if ili..e, Wmiil you 1* rnri-J of Kin*'* Ktii. fanrrr, Tumnr", I McNAUGHT . .. .. sl l< grnrral agents for ti5t.1te! to whom all orders part ofGents
4: >vl"io ha used it in the Pths i it. It act like n eliirrn.I : ." }.rnp'h.vis.I wr uny JII-H-- e.l tl..- fkiu -aii-i-l: I'y impurel Jiewport. Jannary 14. 1854.
and applications for rgtwii-s mus-l be nddre'-sed. >)I.i, th..u u-w Or John Hull ! I It i is uiri'inlctl to pica*?*! any person tliat will try it. July I, ls.)4. 2t> 4 meow auJ ih* Kinjof IVm astern ith. ii'.tl.iu.; i&u be luurnetrtaiu 4 a S. .. 1 is Notice
Caution.-Never bay ;it unlo s find the fitetiinTle .
; h. : you than a rprely unl t-Hectnai furc.DR. "Cahmerette "

}: 'i.- .*, ; t-ignaturc of Coai tock t lirothcr, |>rojiri l non s. w. BAKER; JOHN BULL'S1'IINlI'.tT. .4 5. DrapD'Eto SIX months after date,the undersigned adntinfr ,.
' ". the of the estate of John G. Bawls deceased
? :4>J i". */ wrappr ATTORNEY AT LAW, ( u rri *'K, : undvrsigiuil keeps con. tantly on hand vari- Merino of Gadwlen County,will present her final ,li
: ud
: ACOUSTIC MONTK'KI.LO, JEFFERSON: COUNTY FLA. Firra CKOM SIREU, Ost? I'oia BU>* Mi ur, _L otis jMZes of the Patent Metallic Burial Casi4 Taktota, vouchers to the of
: Judge Probate
.r.-f.f.vr:; OIL, for the cure of Deafne,. Also, nil) these dist: JOCIS-MI.LK, 1Y.Fo1 uritutiuned iu the certificate. Prap D'Ete 5. ask to be of said County,sad
c : noises like the if iii-scet of Man 18, 1654.:; IIr. accompanying discharged. ELIZABETH RA WIA
greeable buzzing < !", falling CliHi-led Mir; cilles
A. .
. lRa.t.
.. ... water, whizzing} of steam, which) are symptoms of sipj t SALE nv DRU.G1&.I EtCI1AIT! TIIIt9C..11. Wallace Cloth Frock CoaU, 11 6m AiIm nhtnatnix.FASHIONABLESPRNG .

: .J': aehing deafnesi", Persons who have been deaf for ii. ; r. WIIITAKER, OUT THK UNITED STATK5.D. Chnuibra Sask "
; A ril 5th.P & SUMMER
.' .. : .. tweaty carz. nTII were Kiilijcct to use car trumpet*, RESIDENT PHYSICIAN ] II. AMES, Agent, Tallahassee. MI.aR: *. FzK \ RATMOXI, [ Kremlin 4. .' .4 CLOTHS

if I-? li ire after n'ig i."e bottle, Leon ma"le well. TALLAHASSEE. FLA. April 2l, I 85 I. 17 6m Fancy Gingham ee aa AND CAS8IMERES.
:: .- GENTIKMK.% :-We witno e l the utility of( your ornamental T AM now
TO OWNERS OF AND DEALERS) IN receiving an Mtensrra
; Brown, White & Col'd Linen assortment o
his prufo imial ht-r 4tr4-: .Carltoti't Founder Ointment, fur the euro < f OFFERS White and Buff Marseilles Vests, Casefmeres. Vesting*. Drip SZtt. TTW,
: and \kiiiitv. Ofliro iiist iI.ur Kat: NEW COTTON GIN. vey the remains of the late Hon..Jolm C. Calhoun to Brown and
; Founder. Hoof Hoof bounil and Fancy Linens, White and .
Split Horses Contra' and fancy col'd Welting Fipr Mar.seile.
of Put Office tli<- Coi) rcsxionul Cemetery which impressed us with .
: ininu-diatvly ndjoinin'r Dr. all of which
4te.'H teil an-1 Feverish Feet. W ninJ<<, P.rnisea in the Flet-h Brown Linen am prepared to maktvpoaibmt
thai belief that it is th<- Iiej.t article known to us fortransjxirliiig notice, in the
] Galled Backf Cracked llceli -iutchee, Cuts '5 most fashionable styles and on mm*
Kicks Jnnunry 14, 1854. 2 ly 'pill' NEW PATENT STEEL TOOTH CYLL the dead to their final ratingplace.With .Black Drap D'Ete Pants, ble terms. -ALSOA
Ac. on horse*. IXDI'.R UN whose failure las I IctI rn<>rte respect w ,
.r.j! Cii(0N.; .-All f the alutve nnm<>il artioloo nre told A. PERRY AMAKER, through all of the Cotton truw lug States, i is st ill alive H. Clay. D. It Atchison, Jeff. Davis, Merino LARGE AND WELL SELECTED 8TOCX 07

v *- -f* .; 4)Nt'1)l v Comjloek & Brother, 2 isL IVtcr's Plnr tlireetly and ibf t'j run, :uul ilniii; ; (lie li4t i-easfln ha-s l lm Ixwis Ca- A. C. Greene, \%'. H. Kiue.I Queen' Cloth R ADY-MACECLOTHING,

11f in rear of the Astor House, between Hurclay xr'TALLAIASEC LM7, lir cjlit to that stntc of Pt1.etion 'nhkh renders! I). S. Diekineon, Don. Webster Henry DoJgc, White anal l fancy Linen Drill Pants, Consisting In part of Caahmarette Frock and Sack

i- :4.ii'AT1"; -- p ./ and 1 I'etfy sis, one door from JlioadiimiNew York.t'i ( FLA. aiecf.sq certain. Fr short staple its great superiority J. M. Mison, J. >L Ik-rrien, W. P. Mangum. Blue and French Cottonade, Coats, Fancy Colored Frock and Sack Coats. Twed
j '!; whom'all orders must be directed. Alf" EDWARD the Gin! i is Brown and Bleached Jean Drawers Sacks d'Ete Frock
; ? by May 21, IS.Vl. 20 over saw strikingly npjiureiit to golNIjuiIg.s. October 1. 18.>X 39 tf Drap Sack and Business Cotta,
... : BARNARD only in Tallahassee who is the his mipeiinrity cmi.Mi'ls in its K-uin: the lint cleaner, Linen Bosom Shirts Merino Undershirts, Alpacca Sack and Business Coats, White, Brown mi

Ii .1.$.' .. only wholesale dealer for FlorMn. and will supply JOHN B. GALBRAITH mine I'jiiu andj'ric fiom kno!*, hull! d.*< riot cut, Leon County lion Works. Gents fashionable Black Silk Hats Fancy Linen Coat. Black Drip d'Ete and Snmm

r.*. 4 .oounlryTnerchants at the lowest prices. By Johnson ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT, LAW break, or in any way injure the til>r<', at tho same TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA. Drab Beaver Cassimere Pants, White and Fancy linen Paato,

tt-jwr t -Eppcs, Montieello, E. Smas, Thomaile, Ga, time: imparting to the lint that soft' and city feelintjlii'h Black fur. Drab bru-h and Pearl Hats. White and Fancy Marseilles Vests, Fancy and Plaia
IllS Establishment is in full All
At. *>M.t;j; 4.-. m. v and -by one person ui every town.i Tallahassee, Florida. \\ is natural to the s-taple whit ii piekll Ly haud, T orders will be attended now to with operation. and Boys Black fc fancy col'd Wool it Fur Koesuth flats, Silk Vests,SWrts. CoHars,Cravats Undeniirts.Draw.

;,t October IT. lP.r.3._41- ___ C*r Office upstairs in the Capitol, immediately: iuinkitig the lint fiom I tli' snnie l lt of >.etl I, \vurtli all work (lime with) flCtLaC'ibflfll dispatch.promptness Infants fancy Pearl Hats, ers, Gloves Hosiery,4e. JOHN PRATOBIUS.

p ? m 1 FAIRBANKS' adjoining the Si-n.ile Chamber. (Oot. 9. 4J( from i tu 1 J cents |liel pound more than alicia ginned All kiaili of work, such as Steam Work. Mill Work, Fancy Goods. _April 8, 1854._14

('Ii the saw t in. Gin; (; ariuig. Suqar Mill, Circular Saw Machinery, Ribbons of all qualities Bonnet, Cap, White and SKY-LIGHT DiGVERRElff GALLERY
D. P. HOLLAND It clcuii. the Sea Islaivl Cotton l-onutiful. and will ,
I ,. 4 $* PLATFORM SCALES Shafting, Pulleyn, Hangers, Plongli Casting. Brass Coolored Satin Ribbons, Black, White and Colored
trio from bU'J to ]('ii) pounds lir.: and l tf far OVER BARNARD'S DKUO STOSS.HIE .
4 ,- Castius. Ac; Sugar Kettle, of any size, kept Velvut Ribbons.
,..' jZ .t &LONG KNOWN-IBVKItCLY TESTED Quinry Florida ,lamitifuetu,ere have tctld it, the lint H in a niurh ruitetantly tn hand. All work done in aitci, nn establishment Ladies Dress Goods, subscribers respectfully announce to the is.
bitter coiiil.tiuii' fir the Mill tLuii from other JL dies and
gentlemen of
-AtWAYR RIOIIT, TIIK ACKNOWLKIXiRl will be done bv us, with a ruirtirular regard Conflicting in of Tallahassee and Titiwtj
; in the Courts of the Middle Cir Gin. part that their
WILL Tto the strcngtb an-lduraLility of the work. Embroidered Lawns Gallery is open daily for the rectptk if!
Plain and
) printed ,
RTAMUKD. and Jack-mil and Franklin Counties. In North Carolina Meccrt Battle i t Son c.f Eiljreconib visitors Sundays 31iniatmea sUit

: t4 Agents-New York FAIRBANKS A Co.6fl Wuler st. October 23. 1852. 42 tfLAV17 County, nnd Dr. H.! L. Hill, of \Vavnc C>ninty. niul CoNipr-tent Workmen always in readiness to put up Black and 2d Mourning. sizes and stylet of eicepted.the art. Ladies and takea ins
tc. gentlemen
Engines, Embroidered
February 25, 1804. b 6m fenil others have tried the fin Plain, Printed and Organdies,
e on Short Cotton the invited to call and
ti. WILLIAM Terms will l lie liberal, and all work done strictly fur Black, White, and Colored Jaconet, examine their peeiaMOS.
past FciitMin ami ate highly plensfdwhh the result.In N.R Instructions
given iu tha .
biisineM firm in this art and all iiadl
cash orders ,
or acrepted on i ome Black and 2d Mourning and Colored Bareges,
'Ie WILSONKES \ Tc-xas the New (5m; is LKIUIK] to clean.Ciipt. Daguerrean materials
DAVID C. fcu-f b TONf John Duncan of Matajr'mLivt\ purchased the ['luce. Liberal prices pai-1 for old Iron, Copper and Black. Colored, and Embroidered Tissues, KUHNS
; a i lea ute in culling the attention of Ltd enstomers JIONTICF.LLO: FLA. fip-t I two Gins;, M M in Tex.is, ilicliirr: tlmt if lie hail Bra s.All. Plain and Printed Hernamy, February 11,1854. 8 BAILZT.

,- Kud the public to the choice and extensive! July 30, 1653. :::0 tljnn roorivwl them iu:tinn-<> Icive (;titinctl liis wh..leoroj% it letter must b'ail.lresed (poct paM) to Black and 2d Mourning and Colored Ginghams ijMONTICHLLO
J. :M. SHINE .t CO.. TalUha eee, Fla.
: of all qualities,
assortment ofSPRING wnuld! have made a difference offrum 20UO to :SIMM) HOTEL.APT. .
dollnr" in his f.iur. March 11, 1851. 10< Edging l and Inserting of all descriptions.
olets .NEWMAN ckMd ble C
,4 :t.. Colored Parasols and Para havbf
; The fit i i irfhCJiiiR;1 arc way ranted to pirk I ILM I pniindx P. B. BROKAW'S 1'
:- ; received nil arrival- TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. Parasols and Parasoleta, and the subscriber having purchased
\vliicli he hns just by the recent of lint in I 12 Iniurs. Tlic 4M inch Cn* will do from Black and 2d Mourning

..,. T; niul ii now opening for jwction. In the di jvifcal OFFICE AT 1UK COURT JloUSi: I HMHitoliOu 4 ( ]Kiiti.l- .f i lint itt the fame time, with tiVERY IHH SALE STABLES Gloves of all descriptions fitted DP that large and commodious Brkk BnftfiBg
hereof h jtieil liita'elfiit to be unJerftuld Collars and Vwittce South of the Court House, formerly osenpiedos
es ,
< UJMHJ 2S ISM. 4 Spring Capes
January nnd I
j roper Fpred i to riinns long as a Saw (Jm ; niul I TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. Mr.Goodbread and known then tkBntf
huu- in this Cambric Handkerchiefs era by aa
tc-rm Linen
$ ;'I- same *, by any city. of failure with ,
in cai-c will be made
proper usage, they -* IPmprietor takes this method of informing the pub&Art
Am 'i the alvt'! \ may be found a very rare ainl Saddlery. House, j
choice selection ofLadies Spring and Summer1t1iiiig iii.Pi = 9'IIE would inform he has converted the said building into a Hold], sad
: ice of -IS inch Gin !fXK":; Ti-rfiO inch To ;5 .I Velvet and Plush seat
; : Floe Dress Goods 325. ., _I his iends and the lA-lie' Saddle respectfully solicits a share of public patrooagt. !*
l hc drihercd at the tuvirctt depot or lauding to the Patent Leather Entanl Saddles,
t public, that he has rebuilt _ Gents or expense will be spared to reader those eonrf V
: rom.i-rt.injj i'i part of N'OW receiving, at the well known stanu ('! A. 15 ; irchiar, Ittu.1 la M.ui[ fiiniihed tu But the Gin running. his largo Brick Stables, at the ol.l stand, and is now 'a 54 Spanish able pams who may visit his.bouae. The well know 1Jfi-
1.b'J: Brocade bilkc, Berage Robe*, Solid Cul'd 'Jernis 'a-hi ila'ii, "
fine ( on ten tiialTluie Tennessee
: b a ortim-nt i prepared to accommodate his friends nail customers. Stable, formerly kept by CaptN,wn>au. eoected
4-4 Black Silk nn et'K-k ofthene fJins in "
jJ &.. i:A i)Y- IA i> c CIO'IIItG. a kept 1 Iu alno line attached to his Stable., a good Blacksmith Russet with the HoteL E. E. BLACOURS.Mooticello. .
F.xncy Silk. Robe*-White French sit the llri-k St >rc rwntlv <>
Shop, uhcrc he will have done all kinds of December 24, 853. 51
Crape de Pari, Woikcd( suitsble for Spring and Summer wear, coinjn iing in M'is. 11 T. Chamois Seat do _
Tailor ti t Co. for the sale of their caw Plantation work Horse and Patent Leather Quilted -
_; ; ;z 13eratnw, and eplcudiJ Ueragc Delaines, hUrt thu following iiiticles: (I -hoeing, Carriage work Bridles.Martingales, Riding, Buggy and Carnage To THE PLANTERS OF FLOBUU
Iu in the beet manner and with and
Figured CliaUiea P rown and White Navy Drill Frock i Sack font.Faiioy .- very promptness
All communication a'ldresed to the at Tal- Whips, Valises, Carpet Bags, &c., Ac.
) 4 Agent dispatch.November. Seed....NorpHE Hu.bug.
SftJJ'l Ool'd. Tan, Brown, Chalky Ik-rages, anil White Linen I Di)i ill do do do Cotton
) .l4$ ;; Drabs, .Slccle, Green, Printed Laws. Clouded and White Frm-k and Pack Coat; liiliL--ace, will meet with prompt attention. 5, 185. 44 Hardware nnd Cutlery. undersigned, now in JUuatasippJ u*KOl "

I v : 1'ink, Blue, Black and Ti6nei diflVrcnt *tylon, Striped and Plain fJm I liam Sack CV at: <. JOHN M. W A III)WELL, A .EXT. Knives and Forks, Pen and I'octet Knives,Guns JL return home, baa made arrangements with 114

..L? ,J '1 White Bersjjcs, Muslins of all kinds,ttc,Ac nit and Col'd Drap d'Eta Sack and Frock Coats, 1 P. S.-Tlicdc Gins can IK ecn in operation on Short MILES NASH & CO. Shot Pouobes. Powder Flasks and Game Bags.Trunk, most careful Planters in the selection and iow wmenl -

; P ALSO, a full aswrlmcnt if do d Ii) Sumnu-r Cloth d\ do Cotton at the commciiromnot of the tu-xt (Giiniiii! Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c., Box. Door and Pad Locks,Ca t Steel Spades and Shovel of seed to supply him with Cotton Seed for j thai

Li tl Laces and Embroideries, Hati and.] Cap?, White and Col'd Diill) I'wts, a'ason at the Plantation of Col. li. \Williams, (Jen.Wm. inform their friend and the that ?, Collins Axes, Chisels, Augers, Planes, Cut-naila, next crop. He baa taken great paiac to procure tb

c ?,.-'t ]5 ; r Fancy Casimire do for Summer ON a (g4KitI and Dies Screw-plates. Vices, Hoes, Com Shellcrs, with better seeds than ban s'*
? Parasols and Kan Wood and Willow Ware, wear, Leon County : Col. II. K. Whitner, of (;ztilsdet Co. ; articles in their line of business Planters of Florida
G lores, Hose, tc., Hardware and Cutlery, BEk Ptaj) .h'Ita d<) do do Thomas M. White, T. N. A .1. D. Marrw-k and' U. A. and will as be arc receiving generally kept fiesk Their, Straw Cutters, Cast Plow-points and Sweeps, Trace before been brought to the State. He will debwr
Ware and Iron I'aney and White Marecillet Vests, regularly supplies. Chains Ac, dc. order ef the Planter in 81 Xsrb "
;: Ladies Gaiters, Hollow Younff. of Jaekfon Co. ;J. (J. Anderaon and Capt. terms shall be reasonable.Tallahassee. the seed to the

: ?4.t Ties anJ Buskins Ac., Groceries, tc.., tc., tc. Light firing Silk VeK Daniel liinl. of,FnV>rklm (%in>itv nn.l .1 < \f<.fl<.li.. April 'Jth. 1853. 14 Groceries. Newport, during the next fall or winter, and wU pi -

t Genta Dr&Good.- -ALSOA Efj. and Col. R. HiirriHon. of Madison County. Sugar,Teas, Coffee Rice, Best Pale Otard Bran* duce certificnteftatteatedM toth character of the articles

.il. Aud all 4i.er articles required by the country or general nssormcnt of J liirts, Collars. fJlovcs, Cravats The letter from the Miln! Manufacturing Coinpa- Wakulla Iron Works, l-. Old Rye Whiskey, Rectified Whiskey, Gin,Rum, furnished, and the standing oftheP1Ptefl frost.

.'*vjtII Ir '& iowo resident. In line, our Ktockcoiibitl*rather in the I HKry, Drawi-rn, Umlrr-OiiiU and VMIH.IM other m. published below, givai munu idea of the value of Wine. Sherry and Madeira, Tobacco Snuff. Cigars, whom they are obtained. The kinds furzlobe4 **

ftf *!"*!* ouUUntial realities, lLau in pulls and outward appearances. articles too miiiu-ioui to mention. tilt Oiu; for Iiong Staple Cottou. NEWl'ORT, FLORIDA.'T Candles, and Soap. With a variety of other articles be the Big White Mexican, tie Vick, the Pitt aA

fc&fcp'fci A full asuortin'-rit, of Cloths. Ca<-iinrrps, Vesting, IIIS Establishment is now in full operation. All too numerous to insert here Little Brown. The Big White Mexican are & *

r .' vME April 13, 1651. 1C I). C. WIL ON. hich the eubttrilxr is prepared t<> manufacture: to Hoi.voiiE, Ma>s. April 4, 1651.S. _L orders will he attended t<> with promptness, and Tallahassee, March 18, 1654. 11 sought after in Mississippi ss the roost reW*' '

_______ ____________. order on the .i-hortv notice, in the nuwt approved H, PAUKHVST, Esq, all work dune with neatness and dispatch. but will supply either of the others if disitt&\

eh If, ami Iwtt =ril>lc III.IUIHT. All in want of good kinds of work Work Notice. Seed addr'hzm *1
'II. LTIN; I'. J>onv, *. H. ", i IAVJIiS jxj Dear Sir Wo few All such aa Strain Work, Mill Planters wishing .caP
have used the
Cr. DAVIDSON Clothing calL hales of Wand : Gin Gearing.; Sugar Mill Circular Saw Machinery Lii persona interested will take notice that six Court House, Florid, Pgj
DOBY & sea and other Cotton DVTTOSNotice.
.l 5? Ordua front the country promptly attended which long Maple Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers, Plough Castings, Brass I'. months after the first publication of this advertisement -

xa xJ1ToiNY: -r _as .' to, by A. B. CLARKE. (; 1. you'say was giuued on your Sculeland CuUoiiiin. Citings, tc.; also, Sugar Kettle, of auy size, kept I intend to apply 'to the Hon. Judge of ApIi129.18M. 17 tf

QUIXCV. FLORIDA.WILL March 18, 1854. 11 We regret in not hta'ilng'a larger of this constantly on hand. All work done in such an estaolichmcnt Probates of Leon County for a discharge from my .

: practice iu the Mid.lle. Circuit of Cotton supply will be done by us, with a particular regard Administratorship of the estate of William IL Brock- tbi &itA
er. In Leon Circuit to h pass through our work' : a larger quantity having demands against i iof
Court. LL person
7. the Eastern Ortintits of Wfi=t Floii.la. to the strength and durability of the work. eubrough. deceased.
in enable A ,
,-4.lI would us to judge more correctly as to the relative Mary Green, deceased,late of Ieont
willrecnvc BILL FOIL ACCOUNT AM) Workmen in readiness to put ELLEN A. BROCKENBBOUGU Adm'r.June .
All buuuest-uUuUd; to thcircaie prompt) DISTRIBUTION' met its of your Cotton Gin over the common Competent always up them to uodenigned WithiIth. '
_d ttCUtiIN.'t. Hairy T. Kloclu-r] Kin-rill ami ox-ofllcio ailmiiii.trntnrof roller Gin. Engines, & 17, 1851. 24-fim proscribed present by Uw, or this notice wilt be pis.dsi

I December 21, 18. 1 the Estittes i of Cialinu: JIavis and Chailts Haif With the Terms will be liberal, and all work done strictly for and all iodii1 M
our experiments on small lot of Cotton of their
Notice. bar recovery; pnaoa
1 _ cash orders business firm in this
or accepted on some
: : \1 diiucaocd, Coinplaiiutnt, rc-cdved, we arc of the opinion that Cotton Gin 1III requested to make payment immedia| it.H.T .
your place, Tallahassee, or monlha after the date of this notice, I >
r Land for Sale. v*. does not injure the Staple of'the Cotton, nnd that Quincy. SIX

tc T WILL sell tcrmi that William N. Havn. adihinif-trator John JIavi. dnc'eoBC'l there is i an improvement in the evenness and cleanliness Liberal price paid for old Iron Copper and Brass. application to the Judge of Probate of Mad SberifZ and Ex-oIicio Ad'July2'
jdautation ou sro administrar
.! JL enable and my actwiumodating! to the purchaser. It and against Xancy Lee, uuiI! Willwin Lewis of the ribn-, which will materially iiKrcaee the All.letter. must be addressed (post paid) to ison County. Florida, for my discharge as 1854. 8w 29
lie* in Jefferson County, KUu, eighteen miles East of aud Mury, lilt wife, and J ei>e Haun, dtfctidants. vuluc of the article and reduce (the coat of Manufacturing. M. IL of John Coleman, deceased. Atlmr fR*
January, l84 a XewPorts Fla. VANS RANDELL, MoJaofl Circuit Court. MiJUUt C'rnuiS<

.4. c Tallahassee, iu the fieigbboibood of Waukeenah. It T apjvaricu (o llws Gout t affidavit thai defond- However these which be May 20, 1854. 20 6tn Fall Ttrm. 1854. AtUchmeot. SUM
'1; is choice land aud in with two hundredS I 1i7 arn questions eta more Tin and SheetIronMANUFACTORY.
sixty ncres cleared. Land buyers come and sea ant, William N. IIa\H n-nd'-s bt-youd the limits natihfarlorily etUcd ny experiments on R larger Copper, Notice. t279 62-100.

-S J yoarsclve. ANDEESON PEELEtt. of(his State, bill within the United Ktatee, and that ealo, and in r.i'dei i to aneoipH.hthi., whope you Richard 3.May*.

; .; jgf *18 ft dWcudiints William Lewis and Mary, his wife, and will be able to furnish larger sspplim of long staple IX Months after date, I *>n : ac vi.

... -_MayO_ _, 1S1._ _. _ _ Jesse Havis, reside in the State of Florida, but not in GUi ginned by your Sea Inland Cotton Gin. Subscribers icform the citizens,of Tal S count and vouchers to the wigs of t o E. Wilmot Walter George H.Walter,aIPd

: NEW YORK. the Middle Circuit: Yours Truly, THE and the surrounding country, that Madison Cuunr as adminiatmtor of Lucy jIoberts, T. Walker MwtarU sad PaHMf osiog te wand

BREWER At CALDWELL ft u otderrd, That the defendant William N. Havis (Signed) .1. L. DAVIS, Agent they are now prepared to furnish custoners sad ask fmmn my administrat0rsbiP Adsn'r.My6I8M. style of Walter
do appear and anvwer the bill filed on or before the Uadley Folks Co. Mills. with all kinds of ware, wholesale sod retail, ia their JAMES ROBERTS. THE D (eodMU sad 1t -

;, .L4 fiEIEElL COMMISSION MERCUiiTS, Lewis aod Mary Lewis, Li* wife, and Jesse Ha vis,do The Subscribers call the attention of tIe publio to JOSEPH H. DnFONT, MM) are arby ectdid to sP?"

1 V Vo. 20, OLD SUP. also appear and answer the said bill on or before the New Store. their assortment of Parlor,Cooking, and Wood Stores, plead to tbededamticn tWrPOPK 1ke1 Attomqs-

t 19 fintMouilay in October next; otherwise the com of the latest style ; all trimmed in complete order, at ATTORMEY AT HATS, pI iotW

: -My1,18. yERSKINE plainant's bill Khali be taken pro confeeso against them THE subscriber hai purchased Ute stock of good the lowest market price. Please eall and examine QUINOY. FLORIDA July M..lBfli. **

& DILWORTH respectively ; and it is further ordered that publication Hay ward A Randolph, and intends keeping a before purchasing elsewhere. Also, Brittaonta and office _

Ii of tins order be made in uoo of the Tallahassee general assortment. His present stock is well as*'r- Japanned Ware, Lead Pipe, Sheet Zinc, Shiest Lead* eooUU to occupy the recootly IL occq- Tobacco.
C. II.* J. DuPont
: ATTORNEYS AT LAW papers once a wreck for four months iweeeding said ted, and he invites all his friends to call and .oe him. Housc-wrk, Roofing, Fancy Heads, for patters' Out- pied by t late fins of CooQtie.of the Middle, TUSTreoeired. latpi Wf ths 'azi1 irns1J

MOXTICELLO AND Ql'INCY.Jtm 1st Monday in December next. lie pledge hmisclf to sell on as good terms as any tering Pipes-Shop work of every description done and to practice in the adjaeeot He will also attend the torn.ef the Berec Tobacco,which tb tiads.at

: Ordered) at Chambers, AnRu.st Int. A. D. 1861. House itt and Mananna.
Eiscx Qu'uvy-VT.S. Dn.7, ORIH, Monticcllo AT CHAMP-IR*. J. WAYLES BAKER, TIIOS. P. RANDOLPH. WHITE & SLUSSER. the S prem Court in Tallahassee 22 1854. 16

: Ji:1j2;3;, 153. 2V Alibis' IbOl. 31 1m Nay .fl 151. Octobers, 1633. iO tf January 7, 1851. 1W