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: September 2, 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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ATJTHORITY. j second, eighteen hurj 'di'id l nineteen, rrti- raie orti!: : net ; and the subsequent d.cJ' -jrpo e of actual settlement, and cultivation, Ureens.bnrg Cranesville, Old Lang run and Representatives of the United States of America t..,.

tied An act to rcgaKle t .* pa}' of the KJIHV tioiis ?hail I be made nr.r.nsllxtheicaJler, on t lie or for the use .>f an adjoining farm or plantation Accidence to Addison in Maryland. in Congress assembled. That all tLr! .

UVS OF THE UNITED STATES. when cinjiloyrd; on fatigue duty," be incieased (firrt Monday in May, at a gor.fial njcelini: ; owned or occupied by him or herself, IN TEXAS. part of the land district* of Xewnansxillw and i4

to twenty five cents per day for me cm- oi th" ftockhi'l.Uifr. in be convened for the and together with said entry, he or she has From Johnson's Station Via Fort Worth St. Augustine iu the State Florida, lying .
[Public, No. 75.] days, authorized bj-the act approved March! purpose nt such time nfid place ; and after not acquired from thy United States, under to Fort Belknap. south of the line dividing townships nineteen ; '..
tz; XCT for the relief of the civil township ployed as laborers and teamsters, and (arty such notice n< may bo lixod by the by ltxx> the provisions of this act, more than three IN IOVA. and twenty, south be, amid the same is hereby ; .

of.Varion, in the county of Mercer. Ohio. cent" per day, \\ lien: employed, ;is mechnnics, of the Corporation, or by the presitlonl and li'indred and twenty acres, according to the created a land district to l be called the District .
j; it enacted hy the Senate mid Hovf.se! of'jtyresentatives at all stations east of the Rocky mountain directors in conformity therrxxilli ; but if an established surveys ; and jf nny person or From Fort Madison via West Point and Tampa, the oCice fur xvlich shall beat

of the United States of A- and to thiity five and fifty cents per d ,iv, respectively election shrill not be made on the tb-.y nppointetl persons taking such oath or ailidaiit shall! Big Mound to KeoBanqua. Tampa. .

,n rica in Congress a.en blr-d, Thnt tin-) 1 [ when the men ate wnploutl ::t tie for the j>urpo; =e, j Jj may be mad'1 at swear falsely in the }promises, he or site Approved August 5, 1851. Sec. 2. And bo it further enacted, That

iijtetI, of the civil toxvttr-hip of Mtuion! iniLe stations we't of thr moiinti iji'.. anv time: thereafter! ; and the president! and shall; be subject to all the pains and penalties this act shall take effect at the expiration cf

count v of Mercer! and Suite of Ohio, I.e.. Approved August i, lGrl. dirorto'-s,. for the time boinjj, chnll hold! and'ecrci of perjury.Approxid [Public, No. 89.] six months from the Jay of its passage. '.

and Jht-y aro hereby, authorised In Delect, out e their oflloes: until a nexx' olecfinn'hall August 1th, 185 J. VN ACT granting the right of way to Marypxille Appoved August 5, 1551. p

of tbe unsold lands of th< I'luted, Staloo in [Public. No. 78.] bo: made : and in e.a.e of a vacancy in and Benicia Railroad Company -- .

said; State one section of l.ind for jrlmol purposes AN \CT to repeal the fir.--t pivvo; of tin- the! ollico ol prefid.'nt <.r director, the inaainin : [Public, No. S2.] through and over the grounds of the United [Public, Xo. 7i] .

in IcU of section oixtocn, lo which said fourth sr-c'.ion of th? act entitled An Art i ; me nbor of the hoard shall: chooi-e! a \.N ACT declaring: the southern boundary States at Benicia, in California. AX ACT to established certain post road ,

township is entitled by actsof Congiessniid granting bounty land toreitaifu i.Ceers rii.l prt'rid't or director as ti"! cage mav be, tos.ervo I of Nexv Mexico. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Be it enacted by the Senate and House of "

\\htn the aaid trustees thall have pelec- pnMierf; who hr.o: I b-rn en :ng.'>d in the I mil until the next annual election. | lie it cnncted by tae Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America Representatives of the United states of America

lei said section of land, they shall notify the it arv por\io' nf! I the t United Stair: ?," approved ; St>:-. -I.1 And V ii lurt'ser' enacfr-d, TK.it} Representatives; of the United States of America in Congres assembled Thst the right of in Congress assembled, That the follow :

Rrgieter of the Land olfice of theilittirl in September twenty <'igli!, one thou aid: a freneral meeti:! of tin 'tnckhoMers shall ill Congress assembled, That until other- way, sixty-six feet in width, shall be and is ing be established as post road in lieu or"

which said lands lie, and the eime shall bo eight hundieil :iudfiftv.1 I bi''Palled' bv tl"1 prf-Jdent and directors asrtften xxi-e provided hy law, the territory acquiied hereby granted to the Marysville and Uenicia those heretofore established, viz : ,

reset\ed for sale, and set apait fur liV ue of P.e it enacted by i th.' Senate nnd Honsn ol n< tliex may de"in expedient or as the under the late treaty: xxith Mexico, commonly Railroad Company for the road of said company MAINE. ,

j-rhools in said township : Provided, Thnt Hepresontativet ol 1 the L nite
mid selection and nntiGcution be made ui'Liu merirn, in Congress nscu&hcd, That the may direct, and nny Jikexxi-e bo callci! hyanv sane is hereby incorporate'! with the territory United States at and near Benicia, in Solano town of Craxvford. .1

twelve months from the passage of this net :- first proviso of the fourth section of the net number Tin! said selection than one fourth pa't of the' capital clock ; named That the route of said railroad Goodwins
And provided further, entitled "An act granting bounty Kind to said hst t'rritory. across said Mills North Keuncuunkport, and
rhall be made of legal! subdivisions of the 1 certain officers and foldiersholiat* li-cn, and at leaM five d.tvs notice of the time andjilaceof Approved, August 4th, 1S34. grounds be approved by the Secretary of War Biddefoid to Saco. : :

public lands, nnd in quantilie of not le&s than engaged I in the military service of the I iUnl s-ich nu-ctini; slia.l be L'iven to each before the same is entered upon for the purpose From Augusta by Sooth China, North Pa .

one hundred and fcixty flcrrs.icr Stateapproved, September' twonU tight stockholuor personally, or by advertiscm-nt, [Public NO. 63.] of constructing s.iid Railroad ; And pro- lermo, Freedom Brooks, Monroe, ClImgxxotKl! .
? 2!. Ant bf it t further onaelfJ. TIit one I ihonsundc tIit hundred and filty! bo and | to be in: ctc-.i: in' a n.-v-jiaper; [ j udlisui-u! AN ACT for the re hfof Tl.orniH Brounngh, vi.if-d further That the same be granted Corners to Hampden. ; .

tlit-! title lo the mM laiid xxhen o selected as theme i i' het'hv! lepealfil. I daily in the city ..I NV.i&hiiijrtuu ;an-l ii: anyuiee'tinjj amid for time repeal. of time act to Utli xxithout detriment to time public interest in From Augusta by Browns Corners, Vassal!

and 't apart, shall xett in the Slate of Ohio, Approved Au ubt 4, 1S51.Pullic : of stockholduis( for the t. an :iction: Territory of Minnessota in the construction the opinion of the Secretary of War. bro, East Vassalbore, C'hinnAbbion, Unity. 0
fir the live of common chools in eild townjliip of any ba-ine-', tin1 oxxtu-'S of thu nnjor railroad
i of n therein" jipproved the twenty Approved, August 5, lbS-I. Troy, Dixmont Dixmont Centre, Newbnrg.
Jimi thai! be subject to the samr disposition [ ] .No. 70.AN part of tIme. ravit.-.l slock piemen by p rton or ninth of June, eighlten hundred and fifty West Hampden, and Hampden, to Ban- .

and uses -that the sections WJLUHMI it' theMid ACT granting the right of over, bv: lIrox% .hall foim' :i quorum; nnd txcrx four. [Public, Xo. 90.] gor. -

State: have been in-ide, by the \aiioup | and depot grounds on, the military way iestate su s ch m 'etig:) sSiall haxv full poxver and ;..uithoritvto I it- it enacted by the Senate the House of Rep- AX ACT to repeal the first proviso of the From Augusta by South V.iasalboro, South .

2Ic'$ of Congress afiVcting the same. at Foil (initi.it, in the *tate of Michigan I provide by ordinary by laxvs, or refntatixrs of the United states of America fourth section of the act entitled, An act China, Palermo, North Palermo, Monttill *. .
Approved August 3, Ibf/l. tj the Port Union, and Like. Miiii".ii 1 by! other vote, for transacting thebu.vness: of in Consriess asenibled, That the Secretary! ol srrantinff bounty land to certain trn..rz.i.rl Liberty, East Montville, North Scaramont f
Railroad Company. i the Corporation, which by laws or vote, xx lulst'infotec the I latcihr is h re5>v directed to increase'the holtHers xx ho have been engaged in the military 1 and Kclmontto Belfast. ,.

[Public, No. 7C.] j lie in enacted bj the Senate and House oi shall be binding on the pri-sideist pennon of Thomas Uronongh, who is now on service of the United States/' approved -> From Augusta by HalloxTcII Cross Road

X ACT to revive the act appnnvd M-uch t Representatives ()tlie Unit-dSthtesof AIIHMica -. and dirctr. the rolls at four dollars!! to the rate of eight September txventy-eiglit, ono thousand : ind East Wiuthorp to Winthmp.Froul '
third, eighteen hundred and twenty three. in Congress assembled! Thnt t the l Pieti- Sec. "i, And 1 be it further enacted, That dollar per month, to commence January first, eight! hundred and fifty. I Augastr by Sidney, Waterville, KenJalU -

nnd! the act approved May tw< my tixth, dent of the United! States be,and he is lien-by notiiini here'ii contained shall be coil trued eighteen hundred and fifv-four. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of, Mills Fairn'elds Corners, Bloomfield, .
eighteen hundred and twenty four, Dapple- mthoiist'd to grant to the Port flnronnnJ to confer bank'.rjr? jujxili- es on tliesaid! : Cor- Sec.J.: And be it fmtirer enacted, That the Representatives of the United States of America jnd Skowhegan to Xorridgewocd.

mental thereto.in reference to the l i io I liondo \ Lake Michigan! !Iiiroad: Company the riihit ;)rra'imi, or the poxxor of 5--jtm:
claims to land in Luisuii2.. : nf \\ny upon lands tsc'rved for military! pariose or notes in ihp nature ot bank notes or paper Minnesota: in tlia construction of a raulmoadthiereiti" first proviso of the fourth section of the act Windsor, Cooper's Mills, West Jefferson,

Be it enacted by the Senate and HOU;.' of-' [ at 1'ort Gratint, in th State of Michiran. intended to ciicul i it1 a- bun; !; notes or curren- xvhich passed the House of Repreetilatixes entitled, An act granting bounty land lo Jefferson, North Waldoboro, Union, East -.
Representatives of the t'iiitcdtates of Amorica ; c,x: : I PnAidwl, That nothing in this act con- Ixxenlieth of June Union, South and West
nnd V.-o the ti;ht to tike and use other! > on tun day eighteen certain fibers and soldiers who have been | Hope Camden io
in Congress assembled, Tl.at the act approved tiii.'it'd; : slnll be so construed "S to prex'cnt hundred and four and xxhich i Rockland. ,
iind bc-longins! to t ti.e United Siatts at I tin- fifty was engaged in the military service of the United .
Maich third, eighteen hundred MU! i>.itn" place for neresvuy( d"p"li'ioidfd. I the Congress of the United .Stairss fiotnalttriiig iipproxvl by the President of she United Suites," approxed September t wen ty.eightb. From Augusta br Hallo well Cross Roai'k.l 0
twenty three, entitled An act ;providing 1ir or repealing the *amr xvhcnex-er I the Sta'es the ninth day of June thousand hundred East Readfield, Rt-adfield Depot ReadS
flnt be fl.all b of opir.ioi: that tin- fsi.l on txventy eigh one eight and fifty, be, > d.
th! ? examination of the titles to land i in that r.ints v.il! not bo detrimental ty the public public snf>''l requites it. And provi'k-d furtir. teen hundred and filly four, be and the sain' and! the same is hereby repenled.Approxt.il Mount Vernon, Vianna, Farrningtoa Fall, :
of the State of Louisiana fitunted between 'j 1 hat the ftni-kholdc-rs, individualy! and d.] Farorington and Aron
is Strong,
part) tt t'Vt. and, tKt the ronjpatjy ;jnv i'llo! t:." hereby repeal August 5, 1S51. to Phillips.
the Rio Hondo and the Snbiie liver, coli.'t'tively, fchall be ipsponsblc! for all i taite t-; From Wct
( ': uiv of the I United Static, :h<- :jpjT j'vdof Approved August 4, 185 Augusta by Sydney Belgrade, .
nnd the net approved May twentx Mxlh, ripLtleen tr! pern'LS >*>q'iiri-d i"nr tlit- depute; Ion'*, and ()oMi.tions i incuni-d by tae [Public, Xo. u1.J] North Belgrade,SimthficIJ, 6=oolo! Xor.5dg2and '
hundred and four, fititlH '' An ('tt JtOt1r.fl cif.td bythiaa.t.l" : : Public! No. 3IaJi lo North
twenty ind oth"r i2''P-:1'V buihJitigito !l.' l"ternjhi- [ S7.] A ACT authorising! the payment c.f hilancc on Anson.
act FUpplemeutary to an act providing for the :'(1! \\i\ fni'ii ofliccr or oIJct! of I the I KiipiixUorp :! :, .: _\I ;.rtvc'd \ : ,;* I, I lxl. AN ACT: to carry into eiTtci a treaty I be'tu of the property accounts between ths Uri- f' From Augusta, byVindor, Fatricktowrj, ,

C-\aininalion of title*. to land inthr.t j.'iU of liV ;. fir such < tln r pr i n or ;perso: : ;i. il.jfj -ei, :i r:? the United Stateaiii' (JmS1'rii led States and the State of New York, for North Waabington, Light- Corners, Libeity, .
beXCMI the I'mHiindo [Ptli. :c0.A '
S&te tit Ix-niMana Htnti'od Socth Montrilie .
Searsmont nH Hf-Imont
nitment may d-"t'ate for Itt' jiarji-Ko-. '- i-n, KgM'd on: it.e fiii'i' day of June, military More*, in the war eighteen hun-I' trHloomfield ;
I I and tht Sabimhf.. ;ind thesumeau'Jifrrhv. t % ACT to extend tho iiji! nf jirp-fmjilif.il 0 n rt.
And ;proxiilcii (urthet, Tii..t thlocili >n am* ei.Zhatci! hundfU: :Mid fifiv-four.. orcti ....J tMt-lTC. ---p :
rexixoj for md dunn ii..' over MiiMuveViHl! i.d: ? iu "iJihuotr., and fur From .
o BloatrJied.!
: -JIJCP of and the B'.* enacted bv the Senate and Hocso ofof : .,,.
iidt I n t ti'' nuuluay, location :i"fllojnduiii's 1 He; it enacted by flue Smate and H nie of F- t
two _> i-ar from th4 pioimiJiraliorj of this : of j lh<' depot) prounds, and'I Il. ?.!?uhe t.h'. r ;Jiurtr{ >=fait r..l li.t.' !;<.',- .-...: .- ctL ':""-"Xvd i : s of Amcr- ;ic1tiest'mtative ti U.uea ciat-i ol Ahv Skonhegan, Xurri.ige-.vockA aid .
l: env ted liv flit' tirit' 4't fi ,.csrA.iltiL
j.t. Condi,ions oi xihirh. thev ;.i.! *o b. IIMS- t'e I'l-e-iJent of t.i-.- Unite I f't.ifs'V.'iw.-f'.oi- ,jnei i.t iji C.'ri-c. From Augusta by HalloxrcU, French's Cor- .
St-c. 2. And b* i it further < nrli: .d, Tliitw J..i : '.' ca i n ( :,,i.r.'I'h'i the ;.r' i.iotm i. cvMence thit ths authorised and directed to pay to the-
"* "jve ftcto'-y lir.porial; Litchfield Id-CornersBo\vdoia
: ,
\ rt-jristi-r -,u.I iviku'iil -.- > .' .. -'- !er ttio autn my rui'Jtt'i llic ;i .p:oval! tlit' Frovii.calP.i
full I'.t:l.atiitit oflireat Uiitainar.j governor Little River Village, and South Durham, toFrecport. .
fexerally, receive us a fonijinsnli' And furth'-r, Timt i i. I the .
I Presidii.t : j.roxided ot'r. ijhven! ti'r.n'.it-d! an".! f.e-ty one, an l5n ( of eleven thousand nine Lundred-and twenty .
for tuft duties; rftiired oftlu-m by tifl.act Inf fid railroad nnd *1 i.I.r4.! itt l,4> cornikLid Miicnd. theu-of, f-i..i! be oxtr-nueu !'> r.i'ne'it of ( : Lirj.tt'V >n''ML'lt nine dollars and forty five ceuts. that being .
act itory
l-jrein ved, the snrn of fiftx rex x\itiiin ten carsor at oil
\ any Tonitoi' -
linds ii Minn--ioU yxhethersnr the balance! due said State, ari.-ing out i ii'ut'S
vor they fcha'l huxe finished the bu ,intf-1! rej'iir'd thti of the sniJ I r.tiln :ul tie! : [ .. pr-ss-J laxv.* on their part to gixe full lon, Tilden, Wesly, Craxvford. Alex.indrt
< (- i:1ljIl.: I >ii, n.e but ail '.\U.MV pic-enp- said State to a
of them by the acts herein rexivt-d, r.nd d hcouiiiiud iiiin, ,loi.od theAugu.t.'J xvxed or not, in cases t I ;}'. .'t t-i t't*' jnoxi-if-n'-i of the treaty bex\-e:. of military stores by ( and Baring, lo Calais, (over the "Black Road"so
< >r Jt-p ita L<- : or : lion. i i- tliiiit"iI on nnsurx-rxod tm'U the etii iJrit.iin vi i..rntul oincers: S c.f! the United States army, and to .
;irr.il onth
ojy. Unitw'd; Siate3 au.l ( called.
their ihcSecrttary
huiI forward leportsto ,::i..l grtt.t I.L:411 eea.' : :.d ihi.i.z n.ine.ApprLveu hip statement xx'.thin ar.il militia ii the service of the
r thiil! fil declaratory \ou'itee-! :
fifth of Jut.p hti i- heiebx.rithoietl: North Orono ..
tile 'Itfaur.ApFrov.d a-t, ; From Bargor by Bangor, ,
: made
: y.August 3, ISM.Pullic threi' monthan( >r tl.c survey has been !,, is-Uf1 hi< l.r.' : '-mi, decl iring tint! h-- 'I Unit-ii '.::te during the war with Great West Great Works, Oldtoxvn, MiJfor' Sock'haze 'a',
and u-ttnii'-d and nijkoprOv/f, r.tid payment Britain declared in eighteen hundred aud .
1'iom the -
No. 70. l.fl su"z exiJer.ce, and fimercuptia! [ (Greenbush Olamon, Pasaadumkea ,
[ ] PrerfJetit'pi -
[ Xo. 77.] before t4e! lav a jifiatc:! by tli' date of f'ifli I procTam-itii>::, I tho foiliixxirig arli- I txxtlve.Approxed. West nfield! South Lincoln, Lincoln. Lin-
rank I AX ACT to incorporate the: Pioneer Miinu- : rltiniii.n for the conimt'r-ceinetit ol 11 nid of said; August o, 1531. and North Mataxv- 'a
AN ACT lo increase the pay of the ch'ab.ing ti.o grtt' ] : produce coin Centre, Lincoln to
factutii.tr Company off JcO'gi-toun, I 9. C. .tie of tin' Litivls, 5m luiJiu the tract eliimittli : :
a ( 'an.vLi! Now Irun.s irk Noxacot.i.
'f \\ ,
nnd file of army, and to inconnigten- SiMic! ami iioii 1 ;e tii'o I 'i'nat \\lu-n tin sid landi p'oviaces Xo. 92. ankeag.
iUd Public
1itmnts. Be it -i; bx li< :; : ti iJtd n.ixxfVf r, ? > and Price IMxxard's Iblan'l! lo wit: [ ] From Bangor by Six Mile Fails, Glen-
[ irc.-eni-'stin-; ot t the I iiiu-d .-.l izitt.t of Airi'rii'i are siiixext'il, it ifom.d that: t\vo or mete perons the relief of the inhabitants of
all kin is AX ACT for Bradford
!Re it enacted by the Senate -.ml lTruof< (;jrai.i, tl-rir and breadUiiFn of ; burn, Kirkland, South t nerill, :
of the United Suites uT Amt-r- in Congre1-* .ti-t nihsk'J. Thut Thomv have si-ttK'd n;>on the sme (jmr'r! sec amiiuiual U of nil m I i km I i i? : frrsli. smoked and salUd twuship forty five, range one, Warren Or.tfrille. and Milo to Broxx'nsville. : '
tea Jlcpiesentativcs in Congress assembled That th! .' psy of Wi'-.o'' ., I'x-'irt: Ly<.-. -, rlvan Picktill, nnThotii:1 ti.i:i, each jhl!! be ;''i Ltit h'Li I t-) en'cr: hi? Itflpr'ivtnivut meats ; t-ojton. xvoo! ; tode Upd veget.i- county, Mis33ui. From Bangor by; North; ;: Hermon, South :r:.:
!IJKAXI!:, lin-ii; :>Mjtt.-! tncctfco> as r.eru ;t is max be, I bx vgal iubiliA of six hundred
The concession
tshi of all Whereas. Went
driid Leraut Eater Gsrland
the non-conmissioned oflirers. !I1uFi.I, tnii: 'ble.nmhbd: ; fruits, ; Leraut, West ,
privates of the army of the tii1a'h S'jit+ E. tiiid UhsigiH, bf, MI thi-y a:t. lu-uby lu.-i !It t. iflT S. | kinds; products ol fis-h and all other creature* arpens[ of land, by C. D. Delacsus, the Dooer, Eest Sangerville, and Centre Guilford !- .'
nr.d: ('Otl.'ctt'l( :i body r.>:p. iitf iutd poliiifby : j.provcsl Acquit, 1 !. hides of Upper Louisiana, ,' 1.
shall be increased at the rate of four dolhir! Sivitiij in the: xvator ; poultry ; eggs ; lieutenant governor to Monscn. -
the I'f" The I'j'U-< r :Miniifao'uii i I :. .
which concession
name Kiniard and f.
the tails undressed stone or mar1 lo Andrew to Stillwator. *
month and to continue 1r tr rrn oi lustkins or ; From Bangor, upper .
per three ears from and alter the fit-fet d.iof Company of Georjrttoxvn; 1).Clo l.! [Public, 4\o.b1.] ble in it- eitiuVor uuwioupht Ftale ; slate, xx as confirmed by the act of Congress of From Bangor, by Herraon, Carm, Etni, .*- '.

January next and until otherwise tlxe bjlaw. lablirhed at (Jeorgi-t xvii in the DiMru-l n AN ACT to graduate and reduce t'' r j>rice butter, cheoe, talloxv ; lull ; horns ; ma July fourlh, eighteen hundred and taiity Fast Newport, i oxx-port, Palmyra, PhtsfieU, ;
CttuLn1a, antl as fcuch bhall have >ucces>ion hinds to actual settk-Jn and six entitled net confirming claims to '
of the an
public nines ; of m-taU of! all kindcoal: ; pitch, and Canaan to Skowhegan.
i>tid may: I-UP :nd be nicd, i itr.plcnd and lit the State of Missouri and for other t .
Sec. 2. And he it further r-nactM, That < nliivatorn. fir, turpentine ; ashes ; timber and: lumber of land in From Bangor by East Hampden. Hamp
every soldier, who having been hoitn abOiecJjJirjjed !\ imjileiidi'd, in tiv couit of laxv or faulty lie it enacted by the Senate and house of repMMilalivrs all kinds, round, hextt-J and saxved, i.nnir.nu- purposes; xvas located prhr to the surveys den, South llampden North Frankfort, -j v-
from the teiv.ce ci' the United and may buvt- and nj-t- a ronmon: M-al, :in : of the United States of Ame'ica factured in xxioeori: parl ; fire-xvood( plants! of the public lands ii: Miinari ; and Frunkfort.Slills North Scarsport and Svxaarille %

Sute*, shall! within one month thereafter, r"- the Kune may; clango and alter at pl :ihure in Connies ;ISM mblcd, Tiiat all of! the j id>l.c ishmhs anil trees ; polls ; xxool ; fish oil ;- vhcrea*, upon the survey of said land, one to Belfast. .- : ;

btt-n rice ; bioorn-corr. and barL! ; gypsumground Inlf of section sixteen, of tnxx-nahip fury From Bangor, by Brener, Holden, East

month in addition to the ordinary pay of his pov.ers, rightsan ii pinek-gi-s! xxhich arc incidont in market: for ten years or upxx-anl, prior to tin or ungroui-d ; hcxxn or wrought' or 'i\-roght five, of range one xvest, in Warren county, Ilolden, North EUaxvorth and Ellsworth / ." <: -.

grade, for the first period of five yrars after to acorporutifdi escqit as rt-slricte.t bj I t.r.io of application; I % t<> enter tl-o (.;iiri* tinder: the barr or grinileloiK" ; 'xo-jtu 7s ; flax, hemp, Missouri, xxas covered by the concession Falls, to Eilsxvorth.
the expiration of his previous enlistment, and this act, and x-.l.tch); arc necessary :.nd jit..p proxi io said Kimird : Therefore, From Bangor, by Brener, Brener Village, '.'

a further sum of one dollar per month for (for maiiiifacluring cotton, xxolli-n, or M!! t.ild, shall be Miljectlo fc.'ie! al the price of one tobacco ; rage ; Be enacted by the Senate and House of Orringtcn, South Orrington, North Bucki. -/

each successive period of five y irs, so long goods or fabric of various descriptions, am dollar per acnand; ah of the lan' s of the Uiiiled Shall be iittrodared into the United State Representatives of the United States of America port, Buck sport Centre, Buckspet, Orl.tn 7' '*rand

as he shall remain continuously in th} crn-.y ; ending the same, ond for making and con Mates that shall haxo been In ir.aikel free of duty so long as the sr.M treaty shall in Congress assen.bled! That the North Castioe to Castin >."*- '
and that soldiers in the who have K'rncliiig Jill inachinerj' which may Le iK'Ci as aforesaid be board of directors of common schools in West Glenburn Kenduskeag .-
now army for fifteui y ais or npxvauK, rcii.iiniti! lorce-subject, however, to sus- From Bangor, by ?
KTtfd one or mere enlistment:*, imci bec-n sarx, for tle; purposes) aforewiid ; nnd inr and sill i emil Liilitlg uii5..1d, fchall be HibjectU: M'idcd) in rr'Jatj.n to the trade xxith Canada, and for said township, he and th ry are here Coriiith, Ester, Mill.Etxc-rDexter. /V *

honorably discharged, shall be entitled to the i.urchimst', haxe, hold, URand enjoy mch ; -ae at boxcnly live cents JK.T awe ; and all o |cn the condition mentioned in the fourth ar- by authorised to select and have set apart [ Riply, Main' Stream, and Durmony, t Alh. VJv :: ?
for tecoad quantity of land as :mr.y IK bullicifnt fo that shall Wet the other the of schools in said township, one '
benefits herein provided a en the lands of the United States! tide of the said treaty ; And all for use i ens.$ tM'1. 1
listment.Sec. prosecuting* ba-incss t aforesaid i to errci in laaiket for txventv years or uuxxarJs! a: provisions of the said treaty s-liall! go into el- half of a section of any of the public lands From Bnngor, by North Ilermon, South ,' t. '
further enacted That llierrcn such buildings and iinpio.emcuts! :. unsold shall be I the of the United in the land district within which said county > a T-t-
3. And] bo it aforesaid, and still ii-niaining feet, and be observed on part Leraul, Rogers, Corners, Stetson, North
poldierb who served in the war uith! Mexico, ;nav* b? necei-sary for the purposes aforesaid, subject to s.'ile al fifty cents per acre ; and all States. is situated, in lieu of the half of said section Sexvport, Corrinna, Corriana Centre anti
and received a certificate of meiil for distinguished snd to t'-ll and dispose of the same at pleas of the land of the United Sta'cs that shall i ihaxc Sec. 4J. And be it further enacted, Tha' sixteen, which is covered by the concession St. Albansto Hartlaod. : ; .:,

service, as well! those now in the ure. been in market for twenty live. ,> cara whenever the I Island of Nfxvfoirndland shall to the said Kiuaird and when said board of From Belfast by Knox, Knox Ct-nlr?. '
thofce that hereafter enlist shall Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That ifor -Eai'land hfill remainii.g of the stipulations lirectors shall make the selection of the saiJ ,
: army: as may and npxvaids, as : give its consul to the application Freedom, West Freedom, South Albion. ,
rocfcw'* the two dollars ppr tuouth to which< ihe capital stock or property already contri- unsold shall be subject to sale ut twenty fixe and proxi-ions of the said treaty to half section, they] shall notify the register China and Window to Waterville-
that certificate would have entitled thorn bad butcd by the parties hereby incorporated, and cents per acre ; and all lands of the United that Province and the Legislature! thereof and of the lands in said district, of the lands BO From Belfast by WalJo. South Brooks.

they remained continuously in the fccrvice. Lheir associates: shall be divided into sh.ircsof .Status that shall haxv been in toni 1et for thii- time Imperial! Parliament shall pass the n ccs selected, and time same shall be reserved Brooks, and South Jackson, Jackson.

| one hundred dollars each to be dialributsd ty years or more, thall be subject to bile M sarvlawB for that purpose, the above enumerated from sale and set apart for the use of schools From Belgrade, by Bclgiii 4. And be it further enacted the aid and their associates Proxided, free of duty ill saul township : Provided that said selection
Sec. That anurIgt parlies twelve and a half cents per acre : ai tides bhall be admitted Mercer, and Stark to West Mill
ttoncommissioned officers, who under thc authority in ptoportion to tht-ir retpeclix'a interests ; This f-cclion s>!iill not be so construed r.s lo from 'Jiat Pioviaco into the United Stales, and notification be made xvithiu twelve months From Bolgrade, by Belgrade Mills, Rome j .
of the seventeenth section of the act and the capital block of tho corporation may I Ibo extend to land reserved to the United Stall's, from ajd after the dale via proclamation by after the passage of this act, arul providing j East NCXT Sharon, New Sharrn, Industry, '
approved March third eighteen hundred and incroafvd fro-n timo time in such for railroad said! selection shall bo accarding to the legal .
manner in acts granting land lo States oi the Prebideiil of the United States, declaring and West's'Miills, to North Inuarry/ -
were recommended for promuiion as the stockholders in meeting 1 to mineral that the said subdivisions of the public lands, and in quan-
forty seven, genera may other internal improvements, or thai heias\ satisfactory evidence From Bethel, byfNewryNewry, Corners,
by brevet to the lowest, grade of cotmnisfeion- direct ; EO that the entire capital Lock at any'' lands hold at over one dollar and txxenty fix-e Proxince has consented in a due and a proper lilies nol less than eighty acres. Bear River, and Grafton, to Letter B. .-
cd officer but did not receive the benefit of one time bballnot exceed two thousand dollats cents per acre. to have the pruxisbns of the treaty Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That From Biddefordtby Saco, Bar MilU.Hol- ;
shall be entitled, under the ; and the said chares shall be deemed and fuithcrcnacled That manner United when the half section of land stall have been '. '
that provision, S".c. And be il upon -''extended to it, and to allow the lis Centre, Waterborongh Ceutrr, LirtWek.East : .
condition recited in the foregoing section, to taken as personal estate, and shall] be trans1i every eduction in price under the provisions States the full benefits of all the btipulations so as uforcshid selected and reported to the Parsonfield, North Parsoofu-ld,, Eding-
the additional pay authorized to b<5 given i ferable only on the books of the corpirution of this act, the occupant and settler upon j therein contained. "Register aforesaid, the same shall vest in ham Falls, New Hampshire Freedom, cud

to such privates as received certificates c.f. and in t-uch manner as may bo prescribed the lands bhall have the right of pie-etnp- Approved August 5, 1854. the State of Missouri, subject to the sanae East Madison to Madison.
by the by laws thereof; and the of and and hall be held subject -
merit. oxvncr one lion al such graduated price, upon the tame disposition uses, From Biddeford.by Saco, Hollia BuxUn.
Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, That the or more such bhares shall, in vIrtue thereof, terms, conditions, restrictions, and limitations, [Public, iNo. 6S.] to the same conditions and terms in all West Buxton, and North HtUii, to LUu*..
entitled all elections Wi \
be at the sixth section
and in all meetings the lands of the United whatsoever, as by
Trcwdcnt of the United States be, and he is upon xvhich public establish certain additional respects Jtok.
ol'lho stockholders, to one vote lot each AN ACT to of March sixth eighteen
of ,
hereby, aphorized, by and with the ;dvici- States are iioxv subject lo the right of preemption roads.! of the act Congress From Bristol by Newcastle to Pem q t4L t'
share which
and! be owned post and twenty, entitled An act
every may hy hundred
and confer the brevet until xvithin thirty days preceding and Ilooso ol Eli.woo4
consent of the Senate, to him, xxhich said vote may be given, in Be it enacted by the Senate authorise the people of Missouri Territory From Brooks by Monroe,
person reduction that shah to
the next graduation or of America .
of such meritorious -
second lieutenant upon of the tiiitedStates Corner, and Hampden to Bingoc* ,
such the Representatives and State Government
) 1:1: manner as by Ias constitution
or by proxy, and if shall to form a
take not purchased
i place ; BO again That the follow Brunswick B&th.
to t'
officers, as may, under in Congress assembled, admission of such State From
direct. 'and for the
may j bo tubject to the right of preemptionlor I
regulation to be established be brought roads: From Brownsville to Kitladkm IronWork
established ,
before Sec. 8. And be it further exacted, Thati I eleven months as before, and FO on from ing be as post into the Union on im equal footing with the t- ;
&n board of four officer .
array composed *
of ranV' the rnutmagermi'nt of the business and concerns time to time, sis reductions lake place : Pro IN MISSISSIPPI. original States, and to prohibit slavery in f<
specially convened for the
purpose neverlhe-1 Grenada to point on Tallahatcha Territories, were prescribed or intended : [To we. C'osn.Nrxi?.] -
and be found qualified for the duties of of said corporation subject, xided, That nothing in this) act shall bv f o From a certain
comrai oned officers; and to attach them to Jess to such} restraint and qualifications as construed us to interfere uith any right xvhich river near Dudley S. Bennett's plantation. in relation to sections nambired six '

regiment, at topernumerary officers according may be preborihed by the by laws or other [ hap or may accrue by virtue of any act grant- From Philadelphia to Pensacola.IX teen. i {Public, Xo. If.] Btti 4' 'Id'
stockholders adopted in general I' to actual settlers LOUISIANA- Approved August 5, 1854 A JOINT RESOLUTION
lug pro-eruption
to the provisions of the fourth section of voles of the upon public ducting the pra :
the act approved April twenty ninth, eighteen, meeting, fhall be vested in a board to consist lands.See.. From Greensburg to n point intersecting entatbo! of a medal to -Comr ta4er Dun It
hundred and twelve, entitled An act making of a president and six directors, who shall 3. And be it further enacted, That the railroad from Nexv Orleans to Jackson [Public, No. 93.] can N. Ingraham. 41

further provision for the corps of enginoers. be elected by ballot, und shall be stockholders any { ron applying to enter any of the aforcsaid Miwissippi, at or near time hou. of Benjamin AN ACT to established a land district in the Reaolv by the Senate and HQCM of Rep. i

Sc. 0. And 4>e it farther eoacUd, That the at the time of their election ; and they, or a lands shall be required lo mnkeaflidavit VeiL Stato of Florida to be called the District of representatives toe United States of Aoer,

allowance lo soldiers employed at woikon majority of them, shall be a quorum for the before the register or receiver of the IN VIRGINIA. Tampa. [ica in Coogrm assembled, That the Prau.dent

fortifications, in survey*, in cutting ro dfe, transaction business ; that the first board propel land cilice, that he or she enters the Creek in Preston county \i it Be it enacted by tho Senate and Hou e of of the-lhmed L>fe be, and 1.9 ia W**
From Muddy
and utlicj constant labui.; of not leis tLan tvrj jh-11 lc ciutcJ uitbin .bis :month al'ter thej tame fc-r his cr her own tite, and fur the

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Iu I xve will the admission into the .fcdtracy of pocccd, however-it may he that we shall find some I f.t. We cniiuot shorten its constitutional turn of tHtntt if thf date pou r, there let American national ;most prominent Whig* of Mi lale Floridsenc
) *-J t tu 4-4U1V( t tt> fce; inn a medal, oppose I ttund with then. Let them stand tbi Unioti SIeg.
any new State formed out of an v of our t nitonalptMCEeiotiS comfort f'r his Excellency in our further rwearclie. ctticc', but we rnunt strike down its ulliw iu every men by to this rumor s enuto Lave bea ii
sutitLlf { "< uJ jitetc-iited to Corn- in and its of stars and stripes. Let them stand ti,,,
b unlera slavery be prol.Ibite l therein.Jittvlrtd StaUs. district and county. It must have uo props flag by and front of '
h.jjrahum uf tho of We como to the Compromue of 1850. The Utah for the of its that glorious flag, whether its stars be thirteen or my t-ffecdrnj.: ltt I jy "
z iu'ir Dan? m navy That the provisions iu the Constitution the States upon which to lean support 'g **'
bill embraced the principle of Non-intervention. should be elected to thirty-one or even three hundred (Load cheer)>- t enuate. nor set duwn kugf.t :n n>ijc; "
i'- Hutted (;iU : a u t j.zronIat of the of the Uuited States that the citizens of each State iniquitous policy. No man responsible -

; ?! fiw o ittztir. ] hv Congress; of his gaL shall be entitled to all the privileges and immunities! Here b the vote on it iu the house : office-Governor, member of Congress, Representative This afternoon we have heard Whig doctrine. My I believe, Mr. KJitor. 1Lt Ircth w al hry lcd
citizens in the several States nns ben fir yePr Fi'r. ins!. -whose relations of friendship and alliance friend there (pointing to Mr. W alley.) whom I have i it will prevail and thst our t
:J..rt: Vitl I )..iiici; ns cei.viu'-t' on the second ofl. and i U now l violated by thtwe States of tl i iUmon .A2a with the National Administration ure open to known for years, is one of the Whigs of Masshusetts Democratic cwjJidat prtsrot d *

t2: ,' ,\l.4 fi-lti -i liiin !ri-d :.'; 1 fifty three, In extt where grt.iy lavra xist for the iuipiioimeiit of citi- Northern Democrats, ? 3 J Iti suspicion. We must accept of nothing in the candidate ; and did Nebraska pass through his instrumentality for Coogrei ai i;| u ua-i* **
i its
:':;: : !.! I ntf'CtVi: ; to Mi'.isJ IInzn. by rrgtv zn* of Ma *aehukttte, without tiinl or imputation VIc Sou'hern 2hrtlaeruVldg) Democrat. 10 52 presented for our suffrages short of undisguised either by a direct vote or indirectly (Applause. platform.
: 31 15Soulhtru
iit hostility to the ultra Pro-Slavery at Washing .) Talk about Nebraska Those are the Ne- Your ob't wrv't,
T. : 1 KM iron if.i ,;::1! siit, u- and inu: .o'iiit e. Whtgii 24 00 power
I.eri.. ,.'. nkt the fugitive plare luw of 1 1650 con ton. Anything bluit of this is folly idle, trifling, bratkr men who said the South have got a majority
Loatil t'jc Auttu.i br': It. NEILMCPHEftSOf.
f :
4t. 1'r ? on & war :aiP: auJ aibiruy provu :ou .>iich are utine- shilly-shally nonsense ; and designed in the end to lead but they cannot exercise their power without ft two-

bar.d:1' tu'A1y V secure r.!>v lig'.le of Lm hosiers under thfit 97 85 the people step by step acquiescence in the policy thirds vote; we will give them that vote, and then ECONFEENEE, UADMM

prnci I Ajjust-J, ISM. C'ipt 4 atiIl-t ic !' trl.ieb are ji*tly obnoxious Comment would be superfluous. and plara of slavery. Let DO candidate pretend to they will do it, and be considered antiNebraska.Laughter. .- Co.A .. FLO10,,
I -i _. _>. :... i..,;, : !...; ..., Vet here the Coalitionists jut 26b.YssY'Eeonftenee :
: J mill---- vuuu? -iti in.--- j'v--n.- w.-t. ...4..I j ?.. .--.. TiL-< > < \ifl.i. vula (in tlio Vnintiv* Slur* Tw-a I condemn the recent legislation of Congress, and yet ( ) stand throwing "
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l4.1; lherigl.tcftii.il) by juiy. and of the writ if haVa | measure in btiict ccnforaiity with the CoiM.tiU.tiou. h hold himself in party alliance with the present Ad- i up their cap*,asking support for those anti-Nebraska < Wping jf j,

. : coi pup, ns the gnat safeguard of personal liberty ; minis'ration lie cannot le trusted; and to turf i men who nut it into the Lower of slavery to pass tho revivedFrenhier"panic n-ppriutd
fT:; .::1nriiall nuniaI. and w trust wti .hall Diver cent-e ti> demand u
: amendments .is shall make it eonsihtei.t with the constitutional who had CACapcd to the free States would have attain It LelraytJ. The man who will not face iu i a suspension of the rules, and those anti-Nebraska men crate turned Waggery_ tfFucf' I

-, 't(.ir -- .-'.. -. lights of the free States, or failing in this, i I bci-n impossible. open and manly reactance the aggressions of the slave voted for that euspeosit-rx Tho fuel is, as uiy friend A ppoudhoa,_.... ,,.

: ,1'W .i TALLAHASSEE : its unconditional repal. The following was the vote in the Hof cf RepI I power toJai'cannot be relied upon to do so on the has told you, and a few words will tell the whole story personal qualities badly appli.d in polirtt 0ld

4M I:. t'QlL'd, That the people' of the free States are rescntatives occasion of a future provocation. He is hopelessly with a Whig rdiniuistration you never could! do it Mattr cf Fact" behind Fallacioit h

$; ;1II./ -. called upon by every motive of humanity, justice and : rotten-unsound to the core and will eai-ritice his and with a Democratic administration you are sure too Cabell and Go*. Brown oppoted Wirt P'.Vr

Saturday, September 2. I85J.TSRM9. patriolum, to give such aid and direction to the great Fat. Jjaj/uf. country's highest interest and glory for some paltry d it ; that is the story and the whole of it. (Cheers.) Cannie Seottman" pisii.iI' ,

tide of W teni emigration as shall secure our new Northern Deniocrats. 29 il!t j p riy c' niiierat'o is. The cry is, we want a new party In Jleauen's name, monopolies The

,. I - -. ----- -- and unoccupied territories to the dominion of free labor Southern Democrats. M I'UNorthojn The administration and Northern Democrats thus w'lat do we wi.nt it for f 'Jell weofa Whig i fMisnchiistttt.a Brovn Whiggtry in afx, ete, etc.

t4.-' .-Tl.u'p Dollars pvi England, a. WhigofthrKoith As this !long neglected locality in our Coutyg...
# fc-li-i-. .' 3 SO if within Lx iithf fth} time aat f the national Whigs, V310V by Wilmot. are the same with whom Gov. that Xtbratka ? Are
4 % :., : ( ; paid m < > <> <- j present administration to bring them goetfor not the Whi tall to have attracted some notice lately, and is
iI I "it.-iiiint.iud: 4OO at the 'iid ( fiLe \ear. Ad-jv. the dominion of slaviry. BROW will ntnr co-operate." A remarkable coincidence i ight f Tell me of one, ever, who skulked under bepooj
isrtV"i .' < ) *Dollar of lin. for fii > 100 I Wilmot of the rules to other folks to assume a position of prominence in tbe
: n* jx-r square 12 >t, j jAud seems to have no more use for a suspension give a chance political
The Savannah
in these
nuy Cetit* f.if all eubsoquent iusertiono. Anj j ////lltcan, publishing retolutk'ns In studying the developments of this vote, the render the present National Administration" the mere to pass the Nebraska bill. (Laughter and applause.) world, particularly iu the columns of tU* Sentinel, I
.,1, i' v'"iiint' jf caiididat Five Dollars each.a/traj/x/ biiefly says-'' TLey create an impassable will bear in mind that Gov. BROW.X banes his and tool of tbe slave puppet No sir ytbratkn meamrt itan adiniwxlraliott whose editor and Madison contributor sre determlj

t.> Jn |,ii-i in a-lvance. Roliii*, Obituary nndM.ir'i. gulf between the Whigs of Massachusetts and the powar"-than the Whig measure, and I hold Fianklin Pierce and hi* ad to force it into notoriety I must t
charge against the soundness of Northern Democrat, candidate. beg a place! in
4.t': ; ;. .'.. N :i< M. not excelling 12 lines\rill be published Whigs of the South." The Rtpublican will pleas, miuitrat'wti to it. The!, d'd it. (Laughter) It is Mr. Editor the vs urcolumns.
rjii i. 5r"Noc. rtifi<*ate< of the publication of ee- not on their vottt, but on the alleged fact tliat they not true that the South did it; nor they could not have for purpose of correcting tUf

: :1. tt4 t > .r1.irJi notict-sof any desciiptiou willbeg'ueuilertising except from the Whigs, i.f the South" the co-opera* cero whipped iu" to vote for the Nebraska Hill by Gov-Brown and Co-operation. done it. It was the North-not the North-it teat theiJemierneyoftlieXuith. errors and keeping the public truthfully infunmil (

: fee ii paid.PAPER'FOR liouibti in Florida under the lead of the present Whig the aJininibtratioii, but here on the Fugitive Slave The declaration of the Whig candidate at Alligator, (Applause) And who is the state of things iu our midst. A Cuiiimbuiratir.

candidate for CougnOov.. Baow.v. That gentle thai toreti.it them ? The Whig party-thr only party i in the last ,
he Sentinel
with the could
t Law we find a majority of them voting see in the opposition of the Northern over signature cf -j.
,. % ; -- rinds in the of his Northern u-Auhas n'erdinre to-or are we to undertake lo denationalize -,
THE-- CIMP.tI.N.r4it. ( man opposition Whig South at n time v-/un the w/Jgswere in poietr! How Whigs enough of patriotism and regard for the rights ourselves to sink ourselves into a sectional tice" written from Madison C. II., being remartp J[,

0 fiimd all the jmtuotiun and tegard for Southern will the whig candidate account for thaVere} they of the South to insure his future co-operation with F party,and then stand against them i Not fora moment for its political Monchausenism, demands a sprat]ju.

r:7: .- tT_ The FLor.iiiiAN will be furnished during the :j jprcfcnt Rights necessary tu i/. wrr hit future ro-opeiation hipped in" by the Whig admiuint ration ? Were them as a party," ban fallen like a bucket of cold wa- can we do it. (Cheer.) Has any man aught to cay ice at my hands. The writer seems alarmed l.stt a,

campnipu, nrid up} to the li.t of Nuvt inber. for ) with them as a part ,." This! public proclnmatiou of they bribed by Treasury pap I" We suspect not. ter upon the heads of the wire-pullers about the Cap against that the it Whigs was the of Democrats the North wbo or their did action it <-?t they I repent article of Frontier" lately published iu the FlorVW.ami .

VIFTY CENTS. Tliis will; barely cover cost. Cuh i couriM IriJytf that impassable! gulP of which our "Treasury pap" in those days happened to be guzzled ital, if we may judge from the squirming exhibited by talk about making a Governor of. one of those y Demo purporting to have been written iu this localilt,

:. in all cases must accompany order?. !I.Sataniinh, cc-tempornry i K--il,*, and makes the way by thouc who had something else to do besides the central organ. The editor U evidently not yet crats. [Mr. Banks,] one of thoee who did not doit should be the means of misleading the Whigs abroad,

j- ; --- j i c\f: >y and t"Jf fir the }I( rid.L co operutioiii t;. I )lu-lp} the Svjuth "c.Uc-h her niggers." The Silver prepared to cut his own words, and to drop quietly but helped other people to do it; the gentleman who and proceeds to do away with all the panic that it

-_- Hf-ada business to into the ranks of the nut the spear into the hand- of those who stood ready may have produced, by gravely informing the
DEMOCRATIC) XOMlXATlUNS.i Gray* and Woolly kft that sort of co-operation party now forming to plunge it into the vitals of the freedom of the North. Wbigs
i [ he Florida publican is anxious to let the FlotiJian I{i the dough face Democrats, who came up to the under the lead of Old matter-of-fact." This apparent (A pplau.*.) abroad (kind soul be.) that a spirit of enthusiasm is

CONGRESS kuow that about Jai.k oiivillo, "the \ihigA are the j just at this time animating the Whigs of this
c : FOR : 1 work like men and by their votes secured to hesitancy has not surprised ua; but ice are surprised We submit the whether the voters of Florida couctj
1 'raore unanimously in fax c-r of G-iv. liaow.v than the South the the Constitute But at the mode resorted quelio -| that they have rallied with great unanimity
to the coder
right guarautcd in by Sentinel to i
are content to be carried the
-' HON. A. E. HAXAVELL. !: Diinccrnts are iu Uhulf of Mr.! MAXWELL. This riuiaiod '! this is not all iclativc to the Fugitive Slave L.'iw.- break the force of I be pregnant declaration of its can- body and breeches, into the embraces by co-operationidU.of such sound I the t standard of Old Matter of Fact,"and Lis notnio

| to be seen-but be it as it may, the Ripubli- \ didote. Instead |tiou has not only awakened an interest in
: -- The who in endeavored U of the
__3 : ort1.eruVhigs, 1850, meeting question like a bold and patriotic Northern Mr. every TVLjV,
? ,' can's b ja!t will doubtless be very consolatory to Gov. iu 1854 I and fearless conductor ( ) Whigs as Speaker |but that a great many others who usually call tbem-
; kir urn RIJ'uIINrt: rrF. must LLOX) : defeat that measure, returned to the charge j of a public journal, the editor LORD. If the candidate insists
Unows's filends herraboutd, for we shrewdly suspect'' dodges the direct Whig upon affiliating selves Democrats will vote for him, and
; but foiled by the Northern Democrats.Ou issue of finally tLat
were again presented Amhiatioo""Non
: "
-_ Chaires Jos. B. Christie j with them, let him iu himself but
Green go a "gang by w
that they hn affiliation" at
of Eliot of Ma -
the :2-th! July, Mr. a whig I by charging the Floridian with present,
beg theptople of the State to remain behind.
J. B. Galbraith, Wra. Fisher, Jr. _- ** for him nntir./r/r.' moved to suspend the rules to enable him to j j having manufactured the *\whole aSUrl" We quote there being in fact no disaffection. My first iujpqJMon

offer a bill to rfjtal the Fugitive Law. The motion I from the Sentinel: The Whig p-ess of the State, by their frequent allusions -I reading this article was to discard it as a fiction, a

BARBECUE With some men there is no bigotry more intoler-j; was voted down by yeas (to allow the introduction of.1 T-vo letters appeared in the last issue of the Floridiau. I to the Conventiou which nominated Mr.M.sxwxw. creation of the brain of some idle wag who desired hi

ant, or blindness more than that of J the one !; hoax the Sentinel, but on a close examination
complete to
party ; the follow purposing come from Enterprise EF I deUe
the bill1z) nays 120. This vote shows seem determined to provoke their Democratic cotem-i
'H c Democrats) of Leon will #ive a and just at this time, we are sorry to say, there are and the other from Alligator giving an account oft ted the finger marks of one whom I immediately
t poraries into taking some notice of the recent immense recognized -
: lug Buowx's
, : liarbccuo in honor of A. K. MAXWELL some most striking illustrations of Urn in Flinida. on
c: j: Ibcir noble fit an thirdbearerinstant It is known that Gov. Bnows, the Whig candidate Northern Whig*, 37 3 I their face so many of the cur marks of the stile, tone and went through the motions." The difference: how to deal respectfully with it It* reputed anU( ,

; :: '. t fi CuflgLS. 2TJItIS1)A1 ih tU1 I for Congress, recently at Alligator, took issue withj Northern Democrats, S AO' and! tcmpor of the FWidian, that lU own readers will between the two Conventions appears to be, that while j is a gentleman of intelligence, professing many amable -
Southern d' 17 not Lil
WLig to ascribe their social
paternity to iu virtues, the head of
si-ch bad washed their hands" of all unscrupulous anuit r tinj7r/
Whigs ne tffilij j Southern Democrats I 0 -IS i editor. Iu r there were >CTI Counties represented at Madison .
;' at Tallahassee. Allj I reference to the former, it is so fur beneath yew/I and withal
; i! .itiou vith the Xoithc-rn Whigs, dtcJaiing himself II I the dignity of an honorable und high-n.iiidi-il | the huge number THREE were represented at Al | a professed and professing Christian. Front
their Mlow-ritizens of every ,party, are 15 123 to ret-k compttit | such a combination of qualities, it is natural tWt .
satisfied with tbtir regard for southern rights,, protection under the e'vtr of :i correpi.n-| : ligator. "b'ix delegates were iu attendance at ModiII *
invited. It the i''and be The facts the vote c.n the p'dent' in a jiolitieal ci-ntes-t, to inflict at.fl I look for discretion and prudence, and yet we find notl-
I* "1 being wn purj *c to t<> cooperateI developed by passage ( a JHrsonnl son) beyond the limits of Middle Florida"-at least [
r> I 'I the bill in it iu ) private injury uj.<>n hM neighbor, that we it over lug of them iu this tffusior. It is a notorious t fact
&r'\\\ icr Mr. MAXWELL to address the peo. with them us a putj"iu! future. This moet *ii.yular'! I 1650 antI the attempt to repeal 1 3 I i with silent couttmpt a* alone ws'i thy of pa"-the ; "severnF presented themselves at Alligator, all but and that "Justice"
m.ign.vf ( one would be
*'pr<'clamatii'ij" was accompanied with the tronge tasburancea are of a character, it would toe-in to U*. toopm t1.I and fiir two of horn the limits"'of compelled to adult
w the Middle
:.: jile of the County it is expected that iiitiiiry dealing of the } Ioi idian. In regard were beyond ,- I if he would divest himself
tLut he (Gov. H.) could never coop rate i ;I j t..s cii if the blindest p.rtiau-aIwu: \ < excepting (jos. j I to the Irtltr from Alligator, we have only tu ay that the South and the West! Mr. MAXWELL was unani of a prejudice which is perfectly

Jov.' BKOWN will be present and take The Northern in both instance- if it WJHvi ittt-n there it will doubt I blinding,) that there is dissatisfaction th,
with the Northern DfinocruU, because they were HIT j jbound. j Buow.v. Whigs, no turn out to !hu I1: mou ly nominated at Madiron-Gov. Buows would among

' :;' : part in the disciistion. They had sustained the Nebraska Bill it is I I were nearly unuuimoua in denying to the South the j' none tbe heM a niisrvpresentatit-n of the whole affair." '. have been at Alligator had the several delegates'; j Whigs, a ruiuoua disaffection to the prospects of Gov,
: I This n a most pitiful dodge, it Brown, and in thus seeking to stir the
>* | true, but they were whipped into that by the administration -1 I right to recover her runaway slaves, while the North- as contemptible aa been unanimous iu tlu-ir opinion, but as they waru't* op flagging energiea -

3-zr' We are requested also to say and voted trembling in their (shoes 1" i ern Democrats, by a majority vote iu the first instance,, j is ridiculous. Si me idnrncd; party back" must liave: he was triumphantly pet through by a majority vote IWe of the Brown Whigs elsewhere, by holding out

1 It j it uut much with the candidate's intended a tuallu, pasted the bill, and iu the second instance'' suggested it to the editi-r, as we cannot imagine how i a hope that is utterly fallacious here, he is bat filing
: ? Ip : tliat JJarbcfiie, will be iveii to Mr. so Whig would run the comparison farther, if we could I ''tho
a j I : one head could have conceived so much twaddle.. I ( chalice whose bitter waters they will have to qnsff
co-oporatkiu" w iUi the Noithtrn Whigs as a party they pmentfd its being struck from the statute book | but as we can find nothing in the proceedings at Mad
MAXM 1:1.1.: at hi*; appointment on utur- Both the letters the paternity of which is ascribed to the dregs on the 2nd of October. No disaffection,
that we wish it present to hare to do, as it is with 11 k) going' against the ubolilionfets more than 6 to 1 "iaon to compare witb the pitching into old "Matter
'L 9ih inst. ut Montieell We cull the the Nebraska Bill..i the unscrupulous man of UK FlvHdian, were from i Mr. *Justice P Why sir, I will not ask you to go s
day, Iii< particaii prejudice and bliiiducgs relative to the up again vote on of-fact" by the iutrepid Alligator minority at night i"

-- -- --.- -- 'comparative: soundness of the Nuithcru Democracy.-.i It i", we aie aware, fami'.iur' to our renders, but weI : gentlemen residing in the Counties from w hich they | we must htop. It in alleged that the aforesaid minor atona'd throw" from your place of business lo find it.
to come, and the editior (1 the .Setitiml No, sir, twenty feet will take to the
: Illness of Mr- Maxwell. i Tlie records of tho country show sortie facts on this I repeat it litre by way cf showing still more couclu- 1'ur1-'t ity wade the fur fly," to the eidtnt disgruntlemect you preMccecfWhiga

c : \\%. ;...J .'.. force of which) candidate i will signally fail in his attempt tu indoctrinate whom you are iu doily bubineso and social intereorne
of the 27lh he -f .rt1iu'rtiS ,
Utt>ri/iuii .u gust ; purposely mtscouciivcB. nieub -r < M i4igs over Northern Democrat* | confusion of Old Tom."

whu'h no denial ou the part of that gentleman r rests solely ou the evidence of the voters of the State with his own faith iu the who will not support your ticket Passing oo you
"* '!'/' JXCfivtd vcstcrdjivj J >r any j thing not ien.-- j j The Jacksonville Republican and Florida Stntintl
from an wtecraed fnt-nd, that Mr. 3TAx\vi.Li, tiic uiY "" '" ". *_u- $II'It .' The otc iu the Hoiuc patriotism and regaid" of the Northern Whigs *-forrjWtt.fiwfe. \ will find short of a stones throw, the taientand influential
Ill" n" very question (sincet i \ wus as follow: have both laid stress the fact that there
didate fur re-elecliou with every assurance cf buc-cees ( flTe"Soutli, pabet-3 ujiv-n- by Cviijrc; the Whigs of f j .luiinem! isernicratf, 44 43 .'. M JKt (ullx UsJiveJte ,ej f tmadtdeclaration + 1. I nm t *upon A* U H. ntl _ex-Whig senator from Madison, arcrm'1hosi
the North ha\e Northern Whigs, w 48 ascribed now bowing: appointments under the Federal I I __ i.Ia4i.., 4ir [asP .-.i.5 aL.s4t
imaiiably acted with the to Gov. BEOWK I1 Govern
:' i4 couGueJ to his bed at Palalku by ft ec\i-re attackif j abolition Southern 1)eua.crat. io the slightest throw the robe of
office be
. :;: i hiliuun fever. corrcspt'odont' w ritc ae follows; iite, while il is njually fact, and equally t cyoud the Southtiu Whig, ( 41 65 7 2 ;(t degree incoofei t nt with his well-known pnrtiMtfi char ment. What of that f Did the editor of the Rejtvbliean etPass thence around, the will purlieus not support of joor tick

and of acter. There are, beside object when he was at the Whig Convention your till .,
powtr irig4uuity Whig *,
any bucccetfully to Whigs in Florida
controvert many
TatuKA Wcdfi ui lt 23.
'hiy ; Aug. and you will find still other Whigs who
I that no quehtion alfectin the slave iuslitutionof ; 113 100 who agree with him relative to the Northern Whig held in this city two years ago, to taking by the band I are far from

Oov. Bnowx and Mr. M.vwn.i. returned, to thi the South has The vote in the Senate the ; and who as a fellow delegate the United States Marshal taking your" Old Matter cf Fact" eao&iaic, or. so-
itlr bcr-n carried or prevented hiCtitigrcEP en same bill shows the i are equally opposed with him to i for>
-; ? place litft niaht, vh -i the UttrAMS (. krntry ill) I I severing all this ming the unnatural position io lines to which tb
:it ;. vitli I>i1i.'im f. vcr. Jlu hut burn in bed nil day, an.l j without the South being iudebtcd to th following result: [political connection with them. Look, for instance, atone District I If he did, we never beard of it Then Brown *
4 of
I ihii k is f< v..c to uiijht. Tli fiovern l lft this! Xotth rn Den.ocr.its fvr its success or defeat.. Fur. Againit. of the resolution adopted by the Whigs of Marion why should be now b* so particular b mentioning the system tactics directs them ; and tLen wend

.;' nioniinjj ff Mr. McIxTO! .1 j jwha (them, Democrats, 14 fact that Federal officers your way into the country, visit the houses of tbohoa-
; Iictiii1ty< | nc-coiiipiiuii-d by n These are FACTS which the public r'ortbi bhow. and]I 4 County, at their meetiug on the 9th August in which attended the Democratic,
? ; a .- u'ill represent Mr. M\xv.TLt till Le t-hall I tee ciuLUd I : Northern Whig*, 0 3 Convention when he had est and toil hardened of the old Whig party, and
field wh'-ever denies them mu' t bo presume : ; to tii; ihc nguiii. I 12 0 word for it will find
:4 .' : |j i in''rant (if the lsitorv of tl.e pi.tt, or as iK sfseiugetujco Southern Whig*, 9AbolitioiiifeU 'p the Northern Whigs to the Nebiaska Bill which evi- with them in a Whig Convection I Dwellers in glass you enough to nip every bops
.: rt Thursday Moniing, Aug. 21. you are thus seeking to raise toe of
on distant
-, of infonr.atiou to which all utLtr5 are strau-: 0 j deuces a want of Southern fealty." We tbe, houses should be cautious in throwing stone One of I part
-1rttv'--- t ,, ,nvpi! quote Whigs-you will find disaffection and of it
the enough .
] referred
gcr.. resolution that our rea'lers delegates to as being at Madison (Judge
rosy fully understand tbe
,4- .:.b$ ..4. W. I). M. W.reft1 rod. a fv wt-fls back, to ore of thoBi- :::5 is direction in which things are tending HAWKMS,) Collector at Apalachicola, shed his blood and why I You very naturally let the cat out of the
Mr. MAXWELL wns expected to be able to meet hinppoiutnuuts The nr-tion of the pnilies in th two IIO'IMK : wallet, and confirmed the :
f.tcts. Wo call tin up gulu witb tJw additku of proves ; lienolt-fil, That though we (Icr-i-cc-ate. this io defence of Florida before the editors of the Rrpublicon very susffa'oo wh'ihirsf
after Monday lust. Bo it i is staled in a that it wai Nut hid ii DeiiKK-r-its whsani the iMinor new ajj- driving Whigs from this
ifatiou many tnt-i5
; i- some others. j; of this ilnngpnujmstion, we rightly aud Sentinel had scarcely ceased muling and new-fangled
.,. letter received by us (win a fiitud, as well as iu the of the South. Had there been apprecuite -
L. Tt-xns, that lich cmphron cur SoHthwc.--Unibi.ider $ no iliinirncc" bt- the ju. tice ainl manly ckairoge cf theft- members puking in their nurses' arms." party. They are Cabal men-they know Mr. Cubell

-p ; Jacksonville JVVtri of the 2Ctb AuguuL ,,4 twefn them and the ortIeriiVIiig thi K: % 4 AI1.r- came into the Union I ri
by joint The
- Kuth1ern I the South would have U-in denied i tiou was f recd l tipi ihein, htoo-1 firm for Southern CUESNUT HILL WALTON a hard fought battle
j nnd the Southern Co, FLA., ) they hare stood by his tine
;# Whigs opposed her admit-ion Kxfiiality. But at the time
Foreign News-Arrival of the EuropaHALITAX nearly or quite to same wedonctlovkvponf and
p Stfttt-s would hare >ied this August 12th, 1854. f Le has endeared hiuuelf to them
a man-the Northtrn Democratic vote ajmoxed ocuj day a ijosiiioa o the cute uyaimt thr rrpeal of tie J/MVtiiri C'ftn- and they know
Aug. 30. and late 1851 hei,: iiifeiunity in the Union. I lma'j', or this refusal to vote f
( "I 1)ie) stoamer Europa lins arrived. She rejmrtg akvine so as they were twitted of the fact bv J lie summing of the whole matter 14) the name, cither bv Wlnsr or Democrats, North orSoutli. and Journal of the 5th inst., an extract of a letter for years against Mr. CabelTs- positions contributed
Daniel Webetxr.Iu up
.. qc .L < of i in the price of cotton at Liverjiool.Week's .- this that it ti amounts to AS A SUFFICIENT EVIDENCE OF THE: said to have been written by A gentleman of high largely to his defeat and they hare no idea of
t'tr'9 alcs SS.OO", of nhicb c peculators took 2.00U, 18-15, Ft.oain.-onrown sunny home.-.anted to I was Northern Democrats who an WANT OF SOUTHERN FEALTV but fully recog. character in Walton taking
to Gov.
A Brown
County" who
and exporters 5,000. Canal Hour 22*. : Ohio 21t.; be recognized as a sictcr. She had a constitution nexod Texas, who admitted Florida, who defeated the nize Ji* our friends all who still adhere to the settlement Whig of Leon np has not even the formality of*
of 1850." quoted from tho Florida Sentinel," I was nomination by the Whig party of the StaU and ib
Corn :;6. Consols l'8|. I Wilmot Proviso, wbo carried the very
j like Texas which protected and ]irincipUj of Non intenrention -
' ( .. The allies were investing Bomersouad. The | Compromise of 50 who Gov. BROWN'S remarks at which!
has sai'e-1. I This was enough to excite the opposition of the Northern passed the Alligator, the&/ -
tir nt yet was made the subject of such communication well party cliques" about Tallahassee and other entrsl
: Fugitive Slave Law and who Iliac, with its usual short has
_- Whigs-that party with whoso for prevented the repeal I sightednces, charged our
!. regard" of that law who as at the barefaced interpolation of the writer relative points, and thus by voting for GOT.Brown indirectly!
( "
repealed the
Missouri with
Yellow Fever in Savannah- Southern Rights Gov. Duow.v i is so perfectly satisfied- Restriction "misrepresent were little more
to the subject with which he has been condemn Mr. Cabell'a former
pleased to positions. But I will It
and re-affirmed the
principle of Non-intervention and I than the substance of this resolution He said! .
This terrible diseabc bus iippcured in Savannah, Under the lead of John Quincy Adams, they went very -
r connect my name. The writer that I speak for yourself. Here it is "Frontier
who the .4 says you : ssjt
and the 20th 0 60 had adrfjhttaou. thereby placed South upon a f.otineofeuaJ. Tb principles of the Nebraska Bill were the
up to Augutt borne or cntrs: main against cur The most strenuous efforts principles "

il:; !: in ed" him, that many of the most prominent whigsof my Whig neighbors are all in favor of Mr. Cabell-
t' .., U-nuuiatud Ltally. Among the tictims we observe were made by them to get CongrcM to j ity the enjoyment of the common territory. "jV'of of the Whig party ; that the reason why the
repudiate -
.-': of the here Leon and Jefferson are opposed to Gov. Brown, on Now this i* about as near the truth u that be is him
:; % the uamcb of Mr. BLAXU 13. STKONU and JohN STAF- all the slavery clauses in our Constitution, and out measures enumerated would have been Northern Whigs voted against the bill was, that they of Cain "
dcj account some cc. production ) hit self Whig. So Mr. Justice the herein
secured had the Northern f IMA ,, a Whigs *
Democrats weic to the of the pin
.A. Missouri
roan-both young gentlemen of tine promise who recently nothing but the patriotism of Xorthcni Democrats gone againM repeal Compromise and
\eatfotttred hugged by \orthern Abolitionitts. not iu favor of Mr. Cabell ha, than tuicaonie
more !
in any
them the
Honda a body as Northern Whigs did and if I simply because it teat a Compromise and not
left Gadsdoo County, for Sataunub. prevented the success of their unhallowed schemes.Oa .- ." He then what is this 4'
says they have Scottsmau. is a Whig !P Verily the Wlig
the of either had .
ffum the South.
the of the bill the passage depended on the votes of any cypotition to And while he j
passagw in the yeas hatched already I enquired of McPberw south of the SL road astonished to
up 7, but Augustine will be
Northern Whigs, it would never Imve could find in the opposition of his Northern
I Whig
Sentiment pap.eedtThe
' Whig were 145, embracing every Northern Democrat but would tell This ,
t4. he
. people of tie State should friendsall the patriotism and for Southern not me. sagacious gentlman oj I leurn that they are pot rn favor of Mr. Cabell, and they
;itrA Maachusetls Whig State Ct-nvcution was thier, to 46 in the ncgItivL-44 OF WHOM WERE treasure up these regard rights high character in Walton County in the first will be slow to it Brown-
for Gov.
"Facts from the Record." to stturt hit place! prove by voting
They speak necessary future co-cperation vith them
L" .'- luld at B< t>*i ou Wednesday, the IClh August, uhcu NORT11EHN WHIGS The vote was equally significant trumpet-tongued, admits, that I informed him that the cause of the But ,Mr."Justice." You that there great
again s
.4' the and show who are the real friends of the South in the 01 a pirly, be could never co-operate with the North- op say are
no leu than 1,670 delegates were io attendance from in Senate. Of the 86 votes in that to Oov. Brown "
body position some certain others besides
production many ( Wigs) who call tbttn-
uj\: free States. Oov. BROW.V is now em Demoemti? ate. This will! rlo. The usually
i for soliciting votes to conformity
V97 towns and chits. Hon. FranLlinlA-ztt-r waschotcn our admission 12 were Democrats from free States, from his pen, which was fostered and selves Democrats that will vote for NoV
hugged by GOT. Brown.
send him to Congress, with the declaration of sentiment, iu toeee two quotations, on
in his everything
PrcsiJcntof tho Convention, which he addressed wbilo all the nrgafivei ((9)) were Northcm WWgs !- lips the Northern abolitionists ;" and in the next place heuiys this ia flatly denied. Diligent inquiry has been instituted
that he sees enough of patriotism relating to the Northern Whigs, is too striking to
for enable
1" at sonic Itngth. and to general acceptance. lion Jonuh These facts show conclutivtly that but for the National regard the central succeed I enquired of McPherson (the cans, of course by a number gentlemen and no such perMM
Southern iu the to the
rights in hunibugguig
opposition of the organ
: Quinry alio dt-hvcTcd an addrten, xhkh w us rec.ivtd opirit of Noitheru Democrats, Florida would still Northern ptopla by cries of The he means) but he would not tell me," and thus, before can be found. The suspicion is that you are m iata>l

3 tJ-'t' wilh loud and enthusiastic; clieeiii.g. Hci.Ii .- have been n Territory, or would have been admitted THKM Wb'lgS JLU TO A rARTr 8ECfE, and HIS that ITTUBE he will CO-OriKATIO* WITH of GOT. Baow*. and of misrepresentation.all those ultra Whigs who design will the ink with which he penned his admission has Who are they t and where are they I Name thpos*

7? nory Wabhburn was then nouiinaUd by a very large shorn oilier Sovereign rights as Missouri was in 1821 with Lb. Northern Democrats." niver co-opert 14 never co operate with the Northern Democrats is had time to dry, be denies his own admission. Sun yield the ground. The Democracy ofM..diweire irer .

: vole for re-election as Governor, and Hon. William CJ'luokett Of eovrtc, in the estimation of such men a* (J..vBaows If the people are continue relations a glaring absurdity needs no comment. In the last united and clearer of disaffection that ever before
to with the
S itii6ed to place a Representative in who party Whig of the
LI Lifcuteoant Governor. these Northern Democrats all voted trend Congress line bat one of the extract" be gravely known, and I declare
-: North. make the issue propounds to you and to all men tLat./
tells them la advance with whom he will will not distinctly, and all this
The following resolutions were adopUd : ling in tber sboee 1" The Northern Whigs were still or the What is this that have have
sad talk about misrepresentation and the following query, they not yet seen or heardef a Democrat in tb&'*
: Jlttvbrd, That the Whig party: of Massachusetts, worthy of being "co-operated"' with-the Democrats co-operat. they are wilhng to affiliate with the unscrupulous hatched up already P The collective pronoun they ty who will not vote for Mr. Maxwell Then Jbe
Northern be it editor of the Floridian, is mere dust thrown io
the CouUtuti.in and the Union Whigs,w ekct Qov. Buowx is to
4i. '
; .virtiuet jlilx-ity not the sound the
i one were other "
rotten the idea of and if the
conveys plurality, extract" 1 be such a man. but I must hear of him before 1 oat
aUudoa its organizatioa or change its back iu the the of the voters of Ute State with the
S have no weed to turn our oil men North who hare forfeited eyes palpable
28th of
On the February, 1848, the Wilmot Proviso the conclusion is inevitable that his "
analyzed meaning believe it. Again Mr. "Justice, spit out /i-cl
rH. t4 |M inciple*. popularly at home because of \leTJricndthipfor \ design of blinding them to the real iasue. yon

j flrnJud That H was tilt'S' poliry of the f.iUieisof A was introduced into the House of Representatives* tu, and to clasp tbe band of those who bavo always It n a note-worthy fact that the Sentinel, m its reference is as follows, what u this that they" (the most venom on the Brigadier," (a favorite term with jou

' ; : the Republic to confine ulavery to iU then existing Democrat from renu-ylvania, Mr. Brondhead, (now exerted their to the proceedings of the of Marion prominent Whigs of Leon and Jefferson) "have of reproach for President Pierce,) because this littls
: Whigs
to injure ignores
LM ats, as is evidenced by the passage of ordinance Senate.) moved that the resolution embodying the power cripple and without hatched up already P or what ia this that they (the "Mame Scotsman" baa "one son amply provioW itin
fe-r: teirituncs of the L'n.Lk us. Of all! policies it so much as mentioning the resolution
and U* all the Proviso be laid the table. seems to us that tfi
f 1787 on This
! : ( ; applied motion if Abolitionists have
carried ( Northern hatched
> up already I P a public office lathe State and anotherlittlain.zlt'!
! i.ju thus clearly ebtaUislring a rairdiual principle of would be tantamount to defeat would be the most suicidal and foolish.Pennsylvania. quoted above I The icrvpulovi editor was doubtless

It the'gov rnroent, that slavery slwuld be frt crer pioLibitediutW failed! it would be tantamount a .f the Proviso-if it fearful that if be copied tho resolution, the trick of perhaps the central organ eao obtain the information of some fourteen summers en route for a birth is tns

ri: '.: public domain. to to iU adoption. The charging ua with misrepresentation" would be ex from either of these aourcea, which he desired to obtain Naval School of Annapolia. Mo monopoly ia U*''

rI ,Rettlvtd Tbai the recent act of the NutiousJ Lcg- vote was 105 lay on the table, embracing ayNoithoui The Democracy of this uoblf old) Commonwealth posed. from the "proxy colleague" Mr.McPberson." oh no." The above i is your language, and 1TT *

i Uiureiu wantonly and faithlessly annulling w boitnn Democrats and nor one Northern Whig, to 14 A gentleman of high character in Walton for the of old w*
; are beginning to enter into the election canvass with We conclude with making extract of County carefully purpose illustrating aa
covenant. whii had stood for more than thiity 03 against lading on the table, way
r 75 Northern their accustomed zoal. might well say that I ** would not tell him," for I That they who live in glass houses should *
4.', rears, and wbich the South uaJ received the full beuSt and 21 Democrat The Meetings arc being held in all giving to our Whig readers a further insight into the aa

4- of, leaves uo restriction uposs the action of the Whig Proviso Nortkrn Democratic the principal counties, whose resolutions breathe the real character of those Northern Whigs with whose knew nothing about the incubation, neither did 1 know stones," This, family monopoly is too bsd. I*

g free 3tJtec beyond the exact provisions of the coostiiutiiD Tole of rejected their vntoundnnt thO -and another sinking illustration soundest doctrim( s and the oioathoj ful spirit. They patriotism and regard for Southern Rights" GovBaowx any thing about the hatching" which seemed to be "Brigadier" should be hurled frem the Executive *

itself.RttJeed furnishing another in his addled brain.It and little cannie scald bead teotiaa pua1 '
going ou
sustain the National Administration and ii you
the 'Nebraska
1. to perfectly satisfied, and with whom ho

::4 ; That sbvery the extension repeated, have And long awuktued oootiauedftdrocatessf .the in reason bis refusal"why Oov.never Biow to co-apcrato should with"be so them emphatic Bill in all their lengths and breadth, thus backing promise* u future co-operation." It will be observed is not knowu to me who this gentleman of;f be ashamed of yourself to let two of a (amflj ge I

,- iHsople of Massachusetts, nud of the free States to same was Mr.
Again, by Bald- '
-4. fact that the end *ud aim is political supremacy who U stnwipiog the 6Ut and defending thr Bill candidate. in his determination never to he is some person who ia endeavoring to pro Mr."Justice, that soma years siae' and denial

W# That by this last cro nbjr set the repeal of the Mistwiri ofConnecticut, (Whig,) while the M xieae treaty with eloquence aod power. Wa kxi to Uie with Northern D nocraU." The co-operate is from cure an agency fur the sale of born buttons. Taylor and Hi/more/ administratioB, a Certain M1-
Southeru faitlilessoess oonsidoratitw iu the quotation a
. under Sooate. Tb
effected through was vote thtictory'
Compromise jforthem trowhery. stimulated by the coraupt itwu15jnitzf&vortoUgsinst. Th! .a. U on lion-hearted Democracy of to "Key Stow* to peed mad by Hr. Loin Speaker of the UawacbuaeU But seriously, Mr. Editor, I trust that I may be of tbeae Whigs who now so sincerely despwspoils *

t oess and we of Southern iuflueuc. the uaked ue UoD of were made of IO Northern Whigs 2 Northero yw Interpose a check to the coward inarch ef abolition House RepreaaoUtive. ia ib. laU Whig Con permitted in justice to myself (for I presume no one of heldanjonopolf 'alsal D !"

t W liberty or slavery u tbe wntrolfcog principle' Li! the up fanaticijm now rendered doubly formidable by its action of that State. He commenced bjr expressing else cares a fillip about it,) to My, that ha baa most recollect MM B. A. Putoam wbo held the l'

goverameut is presented U Jtiie Amencan people, and Democrats and 2 Southern Vhgs-4he( 28 uajs embraced union with federal Whiggery. hit joy "to coma back and revive old sasoefation.. grossly changed my'laagoage! io quoting it Oa my return office of Surveyor General olPkrida, aad a ot
to that It) Northern Democrats 17 Southern
c for ourseWes we declare our imdauiM meet Democrat We observe ltat the ,otorioo Dald WHmt hr* with 'who believe have from Middle Florida J to June last, I recollect his wbobeLi theofflcs o/dapurjaolkctorof ooe f *'
and under all men ire a aad whole!
ftt sit times 9 Southern and country A
and determination *, Whigs, tu>t ant Northern
jii4UI joumst our jeess to exen-ue a3r ConsUtuUooal nghtaas taken the field against the OMioenU. 'W noUfcfoUowky country and that Whig policy -anti-tlavery tkmighttotJtoKey speaking In ecu venation with several of 07 lalJowsit- Districts Doecitottel This wa a famfly bwto ''

to sere the bhaungs ul liUrtto uttuJr iud Whig. extract fruca a letter pobluli ) Urn : s oy 6* (ebeeers)--U broad Mougfatooooiprebeod ixena,of a rumor which I bean} on my way bow*, to the a riohertone tbao tbe little" *au.* marebcd u

L cur pi tenty.Jtctoltfd Really JMc FortLem Whigs don't semi to rtl- "The'first Mow must be aimed for the overthrow the tckdt country. Except for that air effect that tbeca 9t>rt> prominent gentleman of tbe and yet I nevu- ibeard word OOOpI" fi-

$ llml w we uaalloraUy opposad to the tie the expedfctious extlNd by GOT. Bmown'a jog of the preant of National th. slwe AdminUtratSoo Hie oMrt I JtunU net bar xmaained beta. (Renewed ebe c&'), Whig party in Ma4dh. Florida who would not support you againatao, bod/ abort it "Ob'XR' I'artajew.

). .4 4 xteiis'iDU of slavery over ouc ((lit (If territory now thai they arc ni'>re souo J 41m&* Northern Ibmo tool anpupp4 influence of it* MOroMg power. Tbroogb lb or* U* oast dafaet ''Jfatwoar WUggTy. fiillova GOT. Brown oo aooouatof his opposition to the ffoalh.en ." -

ff'ill fvk iuuclj tie'f tho iiiime-diat,-lini-kH* rid and uiwuIVt K.III-,- era<*. U may be a -matter <-f f ct" that lltufi, ere, rupthtg *, freedom has beta Wtny upoatiM! f. peopU'sRepresentative h itjttbe While tU Whigs of tbm Commonwealth ,taMtirly : Convention at Nashville in 1850, which Convention In coocLiso. Mr. Justice," let m 4 beg -f ycuwaltuppt

? t sdi- kii.it L't a.auu'.d$' ; tt : Niuu.i jinL r, au-J thut but th*.' r'y-'f' fat "J'lK'M' t'* b c S2at it. Lcl ts S cr .rnL lu>ctl at crcrv_ jx>nt with





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t, I0'1* frvm taktig' poMeas'on' of the Brown 1631, and consequently Lad no bearing on the sulijectj already in possession of EngUnd by \irtueof ana FLETCHER INSTITUTE NQtipe. 'Ie aid Marine Insurance.

\Vin-'* ibI l wail Irt&utt of the dohis of our people I am free to admit that Mr. PougUs did advocate' groement between Uwja and Hudson.IJay Companv.' 9lIE seventh Annual Sessiqq pf thin In l jtuf.-n will b is hereby gwen that at| application will T E garariimL Mutual Insurant Company. hnv.

4jw11 |1r(. on tLe Eopnfeenee. be sure to Lave your the ilikouri Compromise so long as it ''preserved also The cholera is raging dreadfully at Vieuua, and is i begin mi Monday, the 2d ijay of October ueift, under NOTICE tq the pxt General Awmblv. to incorporate b established an Aceiuiy in this 'City will

aLcad. increasing at Liverpool. the following Board of Instruction a Compajiy to be palled fJip Tallahassee and take Fire aw} Marine risks 'on tic nxmt (svuri.blnterni.
right wJ then go G HAD.KEWJfANSVILLE the peace of the country, but after it bad been time An American brig, loaded with timber. Las been : '
f3ct3 Ron'd THa J. PERKIK3!
IL Qmucy 'Cprnpaiiy. 'Apply Ageut.
and again iu Northern at She to have llev. LUCKEY. Principal both Department* ; Lp
repudiated Congress, by representatives paused sea, appeared Sin S4
Aunt 2t I$54. July 15. 1854. 28 Siu 5
17 1851. Col. C. S. ROCKWELL 4.iL, Teacher MaIe Department ..
Aug. and when it become necessary to establish been fired into by a thirty-two paunder, pjvbahjy bya -

jjitor; of the Fioridinn & Journal: a new principle to quiet agitation, Le was one of the privateer, Mr. R. L. FULTQaf; Teacher Female Department Notice. Stifled Hair Mattrajses.TUST .

Mv DuR Si*.- I take much pleanurc! in dropping first to raise his voice iu behalf the non intervention Xeie Other competent Teachers will be employed, as the SIX weeks after date the undersigned will apply to receif ed.ou consignment, a lot of fine eurLit
Later from Texas aid Hon. of Proba for Leon County for
or two tLU morning (feeling fully alive to Judge J hair raattnipur*. double or singItrry f jt
line things
vou a principle, and since then he has never, by word New ORLEAXS, Aug. JSlh, patronage may fpquirq. letters administration on the estate of William Jenkins -
BiiJ keenly sensitive upon tie renult of that Suitable A jHmratus is expected early ip the Sffaion.H. hot \yeath. i4kb we will sell. la? totn e.
potion deed in his devotion
falUircd -
our or to principle.r deceased, late of said County, "
Dates from the Rio Grande to the Iflth bare been DLADI
approaching canvaw,) knowing your ceal aud perverance Yet Leon in the face of all this has the shameless W. SHARP. Secr -tarjTbomasrille. JOSHUA\ SAUNDKRS. '
our received, which state that the revolution which broke September 2. 1 854. aS 4t N v Port Jol/! 15,1834. 29Freqh
together with your love of our principled, out in the of August 19. 1854. 33 6t -
audacity to present as emanating from Mr. Douglas department Tamaujipas, was spreitding. ,

id HUT auJ every thing wbu-h savors of true Peinoc- in 1851 sentiments whkh he himself, unless most pit and that several towns jy that department Lad joined Bagging and Rope. Land for Sale. Groceries and Provisions.IVTB .

U now i* Mud ever Las been, the only true be a* the revolutionwta. and RDFE fanHtbtd to regular cus are now requiring from New York and New
gs must know he uttered I
iably iynoia'tt, never BAGGING
lid may The 'TIHE aubapriher offers far sale his Plantation lying
insurgents were vicforiona b '
has engagement any qaaptity. Orleans, SJchooners Elizabeth anti Taylor i.
our glorious confederacy finally n t- f y per -
cIj whereby appear unnecessarily bar li, Mr. Editor, but such gross i near Matamoras on the 13th iostI NerportS.ptemb.c !. IBM. 86 J_ U-q milea Ea t of Qujocy. on Swamp Urk..- Mitchell ut Garnier'B Extra Flour.

led dO' nd< *ecurey furled her oaiIs calmly in the direleetioui on the part of one who professes to enlighten I Galvfiston dates to the 25th in t., have been receiv There are five hundred acres in the tract thrne hundood St. Louis superfine lo. .
aud 8t *r Mill Rtllers art Cii Seg raUBts wLich cleared. It is good laud a* can
of a
Of jvmocratical) greatness rrponc. the be in ed. The Governor of Texas had issued hU proclama are Superior Rye do. it. '
bTca public, dnuaiidaIts. exposed |strong !
quarter of our country East, cheering i lion for the enrollment of new troops. There U eon- size Sugar Mill Rollers eomtaiitly on band be foupd jn Padadfn County. On the premise are a do. Graham do.
j-ro0ay like huguage. I iderable yellow fever in Galveston, and the journal FOUR ))4 and )C itjcL. Also, 8. 9 and IO* foot good Dwelling House, CJio H'>uae and Screw, with every Ribbed BcooCkar SiJei ,
*t i continually falling ujwu us moL-auic up< u A few words in explanation of the remarks made of that city advise strangers keep away. Wheel Segments. M. H. POND & CO. oilier outbuilding necessary on a farm. T
., .,_etricUu plaut. Animosities kin buried t made Addrens the Quincr Put.t t _
ui: r are : bv JuH'rc Broome at ewixtrt. when a candidate ftr Newport. September 2. 1864. 85 ea v. rue tlir.nitrh a uar-creti
r.ng Dfty iiazns.
itt tt O f union dissension i is being hushed up, j Governor, and I will leave Leou" for the present to SPREAD OF THE YELLOW FEVER IN NEW (Office uiucv, or see the me at my residence, mae miles from betl and Powdered 5ua .
IJIVERYSTABLE load leadiPK TallohflMee.
ou Stage { to
bundled i is about i iSL Loaf aad Clarified dt.]
b up, being p1wgedjzbeb1" the lashings of his own guilty conscience, if he possesses ORLEANS, o W. HUDSALL. Hard ,

JohiiF. I I so inconvtuU-nt an article. Leou" attempts The yelLow fever is spreading in New Orlems. the WILLIAM II. NEWSQM70ULD August 12. 1S54._S2_tlix'T Stewart'Extra Apple Yinegsr.Candies.extra Litc Win do. 4':,-
it that men be found blinded deaths in the hospitals during the week .
came can BO past amounting
jIi jr to create the impression that in this speech Judge Notice Cross & Blactwell's PiccoJIlIy.Soperjor .
to 100 from that disease. I [\ inform his
Jr Jelasion. nnd wilful delusion, too, as to sul1tjribc Brooms declared the hostility of the Democratic par % friend*and the public TS hereby given iu pursuance i.f the reqmirsrnents! of French Mustard.

to *uch dogmas as will assuredly be put ty to make the Tcnitoral feature of the Compromise MISCELLANEOUS. -- that he may nlw.-nj. bv found _ the COIIA itution of the State that at the next tension Presenei! Cvnton Ginger .-,..
aud Lave been STABLE tin- .Inil of the General Assembly application will be loadrt Freeh S da CrackeiB.LemoLS :
jcrtli by cur exponents; as already to he t-tattd distinctly .it the opposite ready toaecoccmo1 -
of 50 a finaliU. So far from ,
CoLfviiiA, 29. chirtor to to l and Brandy PacLca,
ed the candidate Aug. 1 them with/ Ciirmfff t ai4d Horses. t t'r a incorporate: a Company >e styled
'>rt.ly svovk by Whig for Congress.Jl that "if the of territorial Government terrible Railroad Pepper and Pimento -' .
organization There was a tornadn at L uisvillc on Sunday cIr Iforse* kept at Livery on rennnihle: terms. the rnllahass and Georgia Compaiiy. t
in really quite amusing to witness the many nut :j was all that the Compromise contained, we might la>t. Ti.e I'n-shvtoiiun Church was Uowu ili.st ii I3T" Vacant Lots and Feed furnished f. r Drovers Au-ti t It, 1854. S'::' Sm No. 1 S
jjiv old fritud gives you to crack, and allow iiic readily concede the correctness of the principle a tet- timing service, 5 pei iiu were killed, and manx i with Horse and Mules. I Ii ALSO-8'JO BasheU Western Corn, '

that do crack them) Brown" It were wounded ; a large number of houtes were unroofed H will exert hiniavli to ctp satisfaction t'iLis For Preserving and Pickling.f 25: to say 3 u up .4M> ( ted by it." But it will b? rccollet-ted that at that i pat-1 June I' 1s54:24: HODGKISS .t
and sustained cousi'lerable! SCOTT.
tiarange. 1 ron nuJ n-'licitf a sliar" of the publis e'etuiii.I'nl.i5ee ) liBLS. Sup ri. r white lii u.I .
;. d lif Ltful to get our legular FJoridisiu & Journai'ju National Convention Lad not held its ,, rains in New t j
time the Whig There were heavy York, Boston and ] Augtii-t 26. ISSt. 31 ', hhl. Old Peach Brmutdv.I '
tLis f.eCILbiIt conies so latltn with Democratic sebbiou, and the piobable color of the phitfoim it Baltimore on Saturday and Sunday. Apple Adirntratix's Notice.

trcttJ > that I am iuJuced to think that some other would forth was being discussed withcou tk-raJble The severe drought in the We. t onr.tinufs. WM.M. iiwro> a. WAIN WEIGHT bU-oT-wv. M. TATJAU 1 Cilar! Vineat.I It LL persons having demands against the estate of :0ri.

besides fiit-nd will put The fires in the woods Lear .Buffalo said Bangor -JPSll'U T. 'ILI-V. Ui\VTo>,if. White Wine Vim-Rii. WiiUain S. Forehand late of Leon County. deceased -
,a.ly"Vhigs my warmth by the two wiuge of the party North and ;1 detructi t-. !! notice that
threaten great 1 Ciak: White j'res.r'iflL' Sugar. v'lll tako thev must present them .
he fviuud soon diiukiii froia our Democratic pool.Pity .- South. The Southern party contended that those The deaths iu New Oi leans fiom yellow fcyer for tI I M. LTtt'TON BERRY <,; ROWLES.Anetwt to the uudeftiigned. aJiniu-slratni of saiJ estate, duly '.

) our WLig fiieuds could not find a "*caly" Vhiglo features of the Compromise whiub secured the South the wcet ending on Saturday last were 1ST. VM & CO i ii %. 1R54.; 3J i\itbeuticated as the law directs, or Ibis notice will U> i

conduct (upon principle of truth and houeaty, and her rights, such as the fugitive siare law, the non-iu- plead iu bar of their recovery,and' :ill prison*InJcbtr.i ,
Sea Notice.
THE CANVASS. i Jslanb Cott0Hiiftorfi y> said estate are hereby notified to make medialu
tr.tJa for blta the of their ;
-' ,) organ purly. A-C be declared finalitien.
terventiou must
principle, General to the uudunugned, to J M.Robrrtiu
4 PPL1CAT10N will be made t"the next payment or *** p.
Believe nn; we are all alive iu tbe Eact, and Uiosc the KOI them maintained that if the South j Ao. 13, fcojUhern Wharf, \ .. SARAH Acbrs'tr
But wing Mft. MAXWELL'S APPOIXTMEXTS. <. A ?embly nf this State for a Bank Charter,to U1'icitted my Agent FOREHAND trix.

who may be found napping, although few, will befmly contended (.,r the fiuahty of these particular laws, CJUK/.ESTOy S. C. within its limits, yitji a tock> not exceeding JESSE M. K01iEUTSON.' Agent.

aroused and awake to active exertion as soon at 1 I < they mubt alw(> reoo oize the whole com pi omi&c. and Mr. MAXWELL Democratic candidate for Congress A ueu-t 2o.l85-l. :S4 .1mABDOMINALJDPPORTERS August C. 1851. Bjr 31 't. .

they bear the farlesa and manly voLe of MAXWELI' every part of it, as final-they must "pledge them will address his fellow-cjtizens at the times audI I SEPJOUR'S GALI'.tNICNo Auu 12. 1854._S2_3m 700 Acres first rate Land for Sale. :

calling them to arius. He 1ii cerUinly made a happy selves and their candidates againet |>eru>itting California -I places mentioned u follows: I A Gjeat Bargain. Subscriber offer for sale"bis Plantation Icing t, .

nflix-Uoo as io the time of iii apjiointAicnts tust.Lll .- to be divided a slave State formed out of it, J Saturday, September 2d. at Alligator; i rplIE subftcrihsr intending to move to tLe West, of T'HE and a half miles north cf TaUaJ>assee. Tl.eri : -

/ will, Hiave no doubt, readily cori rrgate to hbtenio 1 against introducing fla.ep into the Territories without Monday, 4th, at White Springs; JL few for sale his plantation containing 880 acres are in the tra t. aeveo LuiMh'ed area of as good land

hi"1Tlnais aJJ we oesire-nothing tn hide, noi the warrant of Congress, and against the formation Tucsilay. : tli. at Jasper; HUMBUG I of land vitli all his stock of about 200 head of Cattle a* can be found iu the State-200 cleared, anti tb. t

LIV/Isecret, but all things to csjiose. We will give express Weilre day, fth, at Belleville ; -o !j 5J( head of Hogs, or more. All the crops now growing balance in wood. On the premises are a good Dwelling a-..
pf any new slave States in Texas. If this 1 Thurmlav, *' 7th.; at Madi-on ; Instruments --- consisting of Com. Pens, Potaioea. and Fodder, also house, Gio Bouse and Screv.w & negro cabins -..
fair whenever Le shall Lonotus tnad
'T'HESE Sci--
BROWX .bowirg are
(}; was principle measures, Saturday, yth at ; 1 Plantajiop out buildines. To a good purchaser .
eutific Principles, and
with his piesMice for the purpose of iiiocour ; ted the Northern Whiz then Judge I Tuesday, 12th, at Newport; Profession are highly approved by I1 will sell all the above together at a great Bargain. is a rare oncortunitr. Terms made easr.ne AdJres .
H' asset by prs. the Medical in this and in Eurcpe.
country .. ..ti P'r.sn.. hkrI72iflA .
cntm Beuton or Lis, JJUOWN'S j>eculiir t1$8. GCKJgran lrru\.it.. <1ii/il.iriif1 tlm r im t ilinrni.1 .i..ii i.f t lu. Silillf I lif-t t.demociacy Tbuad.y. I 4th. at Tallahassee; ,.1nihLp in- DramncorL-. f UI-- D ll & JCIIl Q i/CM M.V. vn-' OO O thr.u1ithe TaUahusue Pwst O1e, or see roe ou -
Saturdav 16tb at Quincy will do well to call and examine the premises very the J. ELIOT. -
MAXWCU. health io canvass the Suvtc u my sinme ; Fundus and Croi$ Uteri, Fluor Allus, Mennnrazia. t premises.
to fcCfjuksce iu them. But the Democratic Moudayj 18th, ai CtattaLoochic ; diseases soon, or they may miss good bargain JunelO.l&J 25 :
wieh. and all those in which there i a want of iuertiou -
National Comeutioii viewed them in no such light, [ Tuesday, 19th, at Marianne; and! ti41e. in iLe Abdorwual suit l Pelvic Viscera BENJAMIN BYRD. Executor ofift. .
and their umcd such absurdities. It'' Thursday 21ht. at Campbehon; Fort Stanslniry. Waiulla County, Florida. \
platform a no A supply of these valuable lustrumeutd just eceivcd -
K>E THE rLPKUUAfi A Jo'LtAL.Nn | 22d at Vernon / August 5. l84. If y .4 LL persons ba;wg demand against the estate of
; sale _ _
and for at the Iruc Store of
declared the it >sabkshed! with ref--
simply principles tt. James MWilDajiu.. late of Loon deceitsed. *
diefue j -
EKTC* :Since tin IVvil nscnmd C: Saturday, 2Sd.: at lU-ar-Pen Bluff; BAJCKAUD county '.
offcnuujrcl t f Light V obtain tliio.-'iviii* ti't! I'ttnce, l<' sln\ciy, ;u tLe ietrii.iri rf, and the ff.gitivclsve Monday" 25th, at Eiicheeanna; I 34 A MAXWELL 7w | Notice. will take notice that they oust present them to f ..-,
( Yellow River cths after date the undersigned. adraini tra- the undersigned duly authenticated within the time i
27th. nv
lav. v.hkhwcrc dceigtu-ci f-.r pros;>ccti\e applicati'u. -- WwJnJaday, at SIX ,
;ui-bt;, eaa'-le lam tc fit. 1 the i.ew-crea.od w.r1.l 1 1 an J l Ia liual. and left California aol Texas I-I idav. 2i th, at i1tii ; For Sale. of the estate Thomas Mills. -ceased. late ot prescribed by law W this notice will be plead in bar ** .

.-Juuuu, then iunuccu! audlwippy, t.iMiut<* the tj : atrJay.: ayth, at I IDr. Pei..itcoIa. Gadget; County Florida,will present his final account '>f their recovery, and all persons indebted to said e- .?' *
free to form is mauy t.a\ states out of their Territory FIRST RATE Sad He acd Ilarneas of Probate forbui.i tat o, are hereby notified to make
law of Us great Creator, and tAbte his K-.UI iui*<>ry. \ and vouchers to the Honorable Judge .immediately pajruetit .
,' as they faw prcper. lf -uce tie ilf-rnorruti-i; candi-' 4 HOIMApply[ to the Milr'ciibtr at Couctv. and ask t<> V>e dibciplcs of hub tSatai ic msijccty. I.ewver lit'y ) .11'LaneS Liver P1Iis _ Mr. SapingUiij'r |>iuntutioii. tiv ii.iI.from q. B. MILLS Administrator. JliOS. J. PERKINS. Executor.July .
of June hi pratltica-
date, in hi' 22. cxpr.'ed i'ahlaha4P. "
have betu particularly auxious to tflV.-i.-t mue unwottliy JOHN CltE'4ltAW.Aiiust A ::;!. 32 6mGUTTATfRCHA IS. 1SS1. 8v 28. ,
'i'his; treat American rt-n.l>- fur one of the mogtfortniiluble 'iiiwtJ2.( t |
tim that thenas U ibf. ;,
n-'thiug tJpjootions : '
objrct, have sought to clothe lietn*.'lvcb in th<- '"
ills that lit Mi i ja 1 l.eir to, i isiv acknowll "
with the of tiie dem-' WATER PROOF GOODS Nptice .
di jruu-e "hih rust effectually liidos t'w :r dcfoi uiify, compromise] : ( po/itiua -l( ;t-d to IK superior t<> unv nu-divinenf the kind ever Notice, .
cratic of the Uitlos iluw "Leou" cau find ] oflt-rvd to the The ucliuii and 'It.DE MARK. s hereby given,in accordance.with the Cunstitutiou
party public. ceitaiu. r
n.l cover from sight the design they Lave in \kwYhua .s cav. PHE: eiil.rci.tmied, adrsfijstrator of the f-taie of C I
of this State that the next session of the .
at Gtu-
iu this to luJp him out cf tii. nmd i* mote attfll l.l't vitll UO Utj.lrC.ji.l] : U-r'.llt... It Las tavertMaIl .L -
anything A. Bzcau deceased late of Leon
Leon, iu imitation of the father of liec. Mary Ci>uutv. eral AwemLIy.appUcation will be made for a CLar.r \ *
than 1 lie w.ll luveto call ou sonje one txe.l w tiniit! pruila l'j :the z.ot ?flutary efT-cts. gives u.,llce to all Laviw deniHiids ag.-ii-ist said I .
can .se. persons ; .L
.c.nmeuees the most outrngous string of mlorepteMiutation to Incorporate a Company, to be styled the Georgia .
CuitpOfeUJed jby oue o/tlis iuo l wiu.jeiit >h iciiti j I
] .tate to th mviiliin) the time .. *
ahlt Executive of this t present! jnbed bv
the j.reieut pre and Gulf Railroad
of which he 1.C8 yet been guilty, by hypoeritically ese besides i in our rovutry :t h tho medicine .hi
ih'ckriugI have no desire to pervert th State" to jvove lilY potitwn! iucoibiatcct with that of and / pLrace oilirs to Juiinan az.'Tiing. It i is only cry ; and all th >"e indebted are requested to make August 5. 1854. 2m SI \

farts iu this and ball then, as I find the d mcfMulkpurtv tic r s.u-y Jo give this imdciae a trial to place! it far 1 payment iiurnediait.ly. THO.J. PERKINS, : --- ,
case, present I .lfu'lison Circuit Court. Mtddle Circuit of Florid*,. J
A YOUNft YOTHR. i above all u.eitital agent'' 4.f tlie kiud ever offered to Sentiwl. .
them recorded." JJow wbeil.er l I. s lad any' deajie ---_- _- ; the public. Call :iud purchase it. 1! Aueiwt[26. Ib54.] 8w 31otice. flORTH AMERICA \ Fall Irnn. 1851. Attachment" Sum a'aorn to,. %

to j perrt the fact* in this oast" or not, J think 1 The Hard Shell j F.'r pale at all the lrug Stores i'i Tallahassee, and I 84056 78-100. -. ,

$hiI l -munsUate before I tlc athatLe lia done any- T3ic Wl gs are w ell please J at the action of the 1 I at on4 Agency in every Town in the South. [GUTTA AICOMPANY William Mc 'augbt and Jam.cs Ormond.Merchant .
rPtCUbt : 1SZ.4. and partners, asing the name and style of MeNaujht \
iiig eUc -than pr esc ut thi-ir liu inonniug, < Lnl late Hard Shell Coiventiou of >cw y..ik, as there i ia _ I, 'V'OTICE IF hereby given that application will be o Ormond ft. .* J'

them rc.i-d'l." In provkus aititlci> 1 Live cxj good icasou whv they *b''uld be. The Washuigton! -\ mi-.de at the en iin: j e.i.i'oi of the Legislature )c) E.Wilmot Walter.George"Walter and Ricliard V. .- ,
COX.UMJ'TiUN, every body k no ws i <>f Fl'i ida. fi>r nlti-rutii'iiri and amendments in the churttr *
',M d his ninuniful predilection ti miMjiiotc and nututtipiet coire9ii'iiiktit .f file I'Ii1adclhia (,a-fle tbu cxpi ebLa Walker. Merchapta and Partners, u.iugtbe oao ,e a i j "
:.1 fl.ittt-riiig: 41! si-afc. It wiiiiiu'iicej and pr4' Jre m of the Pco-.x-oln anti Ge"r ia Railroad *
Company, style of Walters Walker. <
< "the/MCt* iu .thifc case, and now I intind the bati'factiuii fi-ltJ the Whig pity : iii"iJiiiUil\, ti! it b"f.>te one is aiviire ( T'flE DeA-ndants and all others iuter.steJ.'ill-6L! T i 1 I
.1" pull the luask fiouihiaso Iboioughly tljit ** heihi ULeic! -appeaiance 4fthe "liarJip. ihr p liticalLxre :;re a lu-i.-r. 11 r *1-'T i o-Ii-n !i| xtfure vchaiiie 2t;. 1S34 Cni t 34 -L .*1' '
notice of the eommencejceot'-f .he above l b *
I < rutj mnyfeaJ.? for tbe b k> ;.d ainl ptobably) tire l iz.t $Ii.e. l.i.s 1 from h -at to r id pnMC S n. o1.sza.it_ .>,, SJM\\ in n I II su.C r "0 *

s' IAJUU" aytin; brings ibe rip 'rtf 3Ir. Doug'a* in j>n.fduced no sensation here. Of4Iurb e, UHVhij.'p.. v i.-.v l.ivj or % (-flv-. it L.tj'.i.i.f.ui c.Mi ntcd of luiCONsUiITION -' 1atriIng, Hope aud Twine.B attachment plead to declaration and are hereby therein poUfiedfo filed. .appear an'j '** *r

ou.jht to s-ej.iiee at the prospect tliut just nc half of; ri all trouokd viji c-usrh or I AH RING,
last the stand aud I POPE .
Januiiry to nutwithitunJing Julv t2. 1854. !9 V .
from that report two weeks ug(> pctsage \\bib Union is about ti, stultify iteelf! again, aud tby hs contumacy on the outside cf this paper JudionV. Chemical Ex- B*ctan fin*, for sale \liv \ .KainCnV Attorney ,

,UcLired puiiiively the opiulou of the.Committee that against the central p.'wer, give us the Stute tract (1 f" Cherry and Lungwort," which is said to be a 5.1'J, 1854._ .3t: 6t G.t J.MEGINNISS. TTIGHEST Msdalof World's Pair awd Gold Medal DR. J.EWI5 *-' .

the Compromise tO; recognized e. principle with and the entire delegation in Coo ioes by 8 hundted j certain cure fr this.awful disease. AlSo Azure Tur-. JL J. of American Institute awarded for these goods. *

ftf.rence to the organization of Territorios thou iind majority. J rejoice kccordingly" But Low 1 fcir-h Baths Cie great remedy for all diseases of the White Lead, Linseed Oil, ic, WAREHOUSE OF-GO, 10-2 BROADWAY and i RESIDENT DENTIST, -

: directly stupidly these Hard Sheila are acting. 2"hcy raised huir. PURE White Lead, I PINE STREET, where may be found TALLAHASSEE, FLA. .. r
contrary to that assumed by the ilisiuuri restriction, the standard of insurrection last full. b caace they aid X "Zinc Paint. now inserting Artificial Tfetb onthe .,:7 j

Lf addLctb it RB evidence that Congrcu did uot look Pierce had join ?
Lp.'u that resuiclicu as aundlec. This "cheat" h.icbi the Party. Presently Pierce formed! a confederacy Wiud w Gla" Lc. ': Far superior io a-y other Water Proof Goods b the '-4.-.LrLI.r continuous gnma..from one side to tb .
with Doughu. so ultra Soiitht-ru in all iu measure D.-pr-ried this life, i-n the 13th ..f August, JOSEPHINE ALSO market, comprisiu j many desirable articles for Export other. without seam or crack leaving >. place for lb*

t'.Jtre u leid bare, and rv i 1 and Count ry Trtid .consistjag in part of Coata Cloaks. lodgment of food, thereby rendering them perfectly .

how d. w the sti'ijig" tuts" ptait and self constituted .fht0 treachery to the South, were obliged to Peeler, aged 4 years and two weeks. Aug. 19, 1654.; 33 Ct G. & J MEGINN1SS. I Pouches, Overmilu. Leggica. Caps. Soure t rs, Camp life-bke, and restoring original contour of the face. .

oracle! WLiggery i is now jfLying on, hai- renounce him as traitor to the N'rth. And now they Iu the death of this much beloved child, a fatborV Blaukets, Horse Givers, Carriage Cloths, Piano Covers eoastodfvdetectlora. He will attend to all ealla iu

with the mauy &./uno* f the great and : go iuto! Couvcnti'i't. twnllow: without rnantication all heart i. touched Io JU %erv d.eilis. a fund motberVauticipatiois Groceries. Fire Buckets, Travelling B gs, Surgical Articles, Middle Florida for Full SetU. Those wishing Full .
oi-gau thev Imve rvt-r saul! l nisinst the Nebr kabill. li artily- art cverd.. acd iu.brotla-ES and sisters Sham Packing and hundreds of other articles. Sett* can obtain all necessary information by letter V

iajera 01 r ioiiia. >> tjiejcryftpwe two or tljeecsibcrn ii-1ur-e that zgiea-urr.and entfr ufs'n the (fall catnp can no more gate upon the loved one, on whom all JUST recevsd, from New Orieaoa per Wild These good are free from unpleasant ..odor very He will warrant, in every instance, satis&tet on. and ( ,

back, th E.itr; of the preat orgftu" dealt : aiiiia dti aaiust the A'luiiu'utration H\m\ thsingle principle their affections were centered. Alas I the is gone- : tenacious,pliable and elascUcnot injured by.fatty substance prices to suit the timtrs. Terms Cash, or iLen.caIe .

a blow which left him flat of hie back so fur asL : if uud\iiij! fidelity to the only promincut.measure < f ijnne fr'.m a world of sorrow and pain to one of joy Scagg A Sharp's Sugar Cured Hams, and unlike India Rubber. WILL NOT DECOMPOSE for. : -, -.

; et.uct-n.tJ ltuts :hat .tauiotratiou.: These contradictious and iucotiiUncles and felicity-p>>ne fiom caith to heaven-from dying Wabash Hams ; A-ND BECOME STICKY ; are CHEAPER June Z4. iSM. 25 .VRice's
; if
pnkition rn th"quistioc is and he w ill Clear and Ribbed Shies 1.
"> concliihively prove that the Hard Shells are tniirtale t$0 a liiini Saviour where she will forever aud different from any other Gutta Percha made '
: tlie trouble to cxari.iue thr back fil 8 of the Sen- of the dwell the shores of bleat Shoulders, Rice. Lard. and Patent Baby Walker.
i miserable faction, without a conception mean ou blight a immortality. in this country or Europe /
inl l, he will Cud that beet hae invariably maintain- ': of They left the became they Extra and Superfiue Flour, TNIT5 all the .-' ..
\lug principle. party Oh veep uf i. mother, for thy babe! Beef Tongues, Lunuos. Ac. Warranted to Stand all Climates. ad vantage.of .fae-Walier and
d tljf rnd that the -intervention principle wus get She.is nut dead.-but sleepeth Jug.1t.154.? 83 HGQOKIS5
t-ttdblUbcd! iu 1850. For the present, one extract, !the fragment which remained behintl But, by good She tleejM. in the cold and silent grave, the goods be seen at the Store of-Company.. in many respects to any ia use, not requiring U.b "
luck the fr-ud between the factious is utterly irreconcilable may fastened .; -
For Sale. nor liable aoideuts, with sprir.g ad- %
from the Sentinel of Match 7,5851, \vsll answer.Mure .- Around which the willow weepetli.
aud there u not the slightest (1awer that thevxprtebUm TERMS LIBERAL. justed for children short or tall,portable with tb. .
can be given, if desired of a due contempt for both will drive them HIT spirit las fled to God above; i) A A GUKXY BAGS auiuble for picking Cota'J'j Dealers are invited examine these goods before child in it, and Ute least movement of the eLild cau- .

"It {the &*utin<>l) supported the compromise of jute a Coalition."Wakulla. It rests in n land of pure delight ; ton. UODGKISS JL SCOTT. purchasing elsewhere. sin? a motion so agreeable that cliildisn will remain '

J S50 lwvaus' it contemplated a final iwttlviiK-ut ot! It Mica through the realms of pt aoe arid love, August 1S54. 33 -Orders executed to any amount, on short..notice.CAUTION. in them for.hours amused apd delight ed. Sarrpla to> .f V

iiw Uvery ajfiUtion. It dfii'ce that either Congr- Democratic Convention- ] Where sorrowc and dangers cannot aiTright. Tax Collector's Notice. .-Base .imitations made of Varnished be seen at HODGKISS i SCUTTS. 5

or the inltabitanU of u Territory, while i'i a iStute ot Pursuant to India Rubber are already being offered in tie market June 1 ?. 1e54. 24 : '*- ,
Territorial tn.al.ge, Lave the power to intniluce or od( of dvlogutc prt-xious fmtu the notico, a Convention, CWJK-S \f. tl.i? loved t'rc v-us far t.xi jurcTo TAM now reaily to receive the taxes due by tax Tht>rf re purchasers should bear in mind that all fenuiu3 -' '.? _
prohibit eavrv. Jt maiutaias that th people when vniioutt 1'recitn t* of WukulJa dwell beneath the char bright ske! fur tie! prft>t>nt year and may be found al- roods are stamped with the trade mark of the SEA BATHING.'a
county, wa. ht-M U New p.rt, th- She .it. in Heuvi-n
on Saturday
iinw to
ever assure the -
assembled fcouvriitio at st.'ie 'f'It.ia & ScutL WILLIAM
iu :! to fim a State Conttitutiiu -i wiiv* Hodglitse RIDER. .
Jflrh; iusL. fur the COLUMBIA HOUSE :
preparatory to t.dnii'kn ito the Union, alone > to purp-.se the tcletting a kuitable |*rMm 1 hat & child of God never dies.'Ilinugli The luw nmkt-s it my duty to collect ail tajcs dne Aug. 5.t.. 31 6m. Prrs'U N. \. G. P. Co. ,
have the deiermini- reireMut[ rounty of \VakulU iu the ucitOetieral State and County by I lt December riext. I therefore Cape Island New .
right Question of blaxt-ry trto Asstmblv of the State of Florida. the liuku nf affection be iwJken, Fresh Groceries Jersey
slavery. -Jf the principle of non inttrsention > I The Lasting of UIH! trust that there will cct be one delinquent At that .s
On 'rIflIS
rr.oti.m. Col HUGH AKt'HEU wa apHiuto! jircmiUes arc given ; Pettes from New Orleans new and populatetablishroest ro-at
| ER ScLr. Wm..R. ,
U the correct dctrine, the iliegouri wmpiujw Chairman, and H.JL Ai-esAxpm See,etarv. Ltt this s.ttiici! be c\er a (token late. L. C. DEM1LLY, >!lilL j Jopes for the reception of visitor '
i is 10), l leZi. S3 Tax Collector. SO) bWs. Extra Family Flour. ,. 1
not only voidable but vii.L"Tben 1o August
After which Oil. An-her arl-lrested the ConvrnU 1 bring all iu family to Heaven. '*::0 .. Superfine Family Flour, The Proprietor thankful fur the tmtr'-rr Le hat
agaLn, look atthe tioc. of tlio Whig Cot 1 1Ttntion < n, btating die object for which it was culled arm j jirsing Parent and rljldn-n. may this be claim, BAGGING., 25 Casks Bacon. so largely re<- ;:Iv-d. begs to assure Lm frjt-iid* and tb e ;{
4ix>n the Democracy of the County to rally in That her kind your Tierces Cured Hams, pubic that the HOTEL ia ev-ry dplaient *ill be
of Maibn County. At.iu recent meeting il Sa\ionr shall forever lx thine. I ; S Sugar .
declared that the 'Jlinfo-jri their full strength, iu tupport of the nominee of "thicConvention. Mny nil of you Rt last that Heaven attain! Bale Rope, Twine .and Salt. | BblaLard, kept ia a style snpenor to aoy previous season. Gas -. ,
restriction '
waa repealed RE be has been iatroduced into 20O looms. Hawl r's c IearateJ '
Where \ou can dwell with sw iet J'fepliine. i LAG stock of the above articles will kept 10 Kegs
by the acts of 60, and therefore the action of Con- Oil motion, the Delegate* from the scvi-rnl I ire- I). W. B. : Jou Land throughout tke u.liolu Fall and Winter : 20 Bbls. Mew Pork, orchestra Las beeu cgaeed wtflusively for thi* ... .

frrem on the subjuct w&8ltogwt1ier uncalled for.JUow .- ciucti iu the county were coiled and answered to their season and sold ai low by us as by any t them House 20 Whisker, louse,aid many other rrangessenta have been cad .
dowi this Lannoaize rn'itli names. Hied at Trntnn. New J)rspy.. on the 1 1th August. in the city. We invite buyers to cull and see us be- | Scotch Ale iu Put Bottle.JJERRY. tending to inrreaed comfort and enjoyment of lLjfuestd. 'r
.Leon's" *tIc i fH After taking the vote of the several Precincts, A. CHARLES S. SIBLEV, of Florida, b the UUi year fore purchasing elsewhere. HEIR & 'BUST. & ROWLES. Application for r( 4it* may be made by a i- -' I' '

I will now furuabyou. ritb a brief extract from It COMBS was declared unnnimously nominated.On of his age. August 19, JbS i. 53Nails. AuguitS. 1854. 31IA d.-essiug the proprietor at CAT* Island or to the uU s--, ,

& letter written short time (ince by a gentleman' motion litiolvid, That the proceedings of this ----- -- -- -- scriber L. HARWcOD.

who was up tc the bcffiuulug of the present year, one meeting be Landed to the Editors of the Wakullu : REMOTAL. j jBETTON i' Mill Weight and General Mana- No. 17 Sort! 2rd stie* Ptiladelplia! ,
Ti.-JK-s, 'Xewpoit Floridian and Journal TallaLasace KEGS Land and for sale low by I Wanted. N. B,-Ezten ive sta>jlio on tbe premises '
>if tla< chief amorgsl tlee Uadexs of Florida ; 4 WJ1ITAKER beg leave inform I A op ger *
IVLiggeiy with a request for it publication. te 100 ULIR; dr "RUST. -T rANTED IMMEDIATELY suitable person Jup.. 17,1854. Sai 24 .. ,.
.-tKe Vormtr DJjtor ofitie and the Public, that have I .1 _
great orgau. 1 HUGH ARCHEU, Ctiairman.II. removed their stock of Goods August 19. 1854. 83 f T to take charge of awl superintend the building .' -
to theHtore
"The South. stovu d to lndignatlu. Wtcled on the U. ALEXANDER, .Secirtary.LATER pied by D. Manley, one door North of lately wu I of suitable out buildings shelters. tc, for a circular Notice to 'Debtors and Creditors.A C,. .

line, but fioalU, .w all U>e alarm and fury ot the cooAm"fTy. Scott Hodgkin
.tie claim WM oLandnurd and the t> ur i.riu FROM EUROPE. September 2. 18&1. SS Baxoa for sale the Plank Road. A capable person of c/zar'rcler and \. drick.deecazed, Lto of Le-n County, are terrby -
xipU adopted io Uee T.rritorisl hulA of Utah and >Vj I FEW by industry only need ani>lv t'. Hopkkis & Meginnue, r>quested io.maie and all di-
*ico...-that of leaving tha IVrritoiiva Arrival cf.the Steamship AsiaJftw j1 HEIR & RUST. pnyment lujiuetiiately;
e % PEMANEiiT LINE.4s TalliLaa, PAN1EL. LADD, fnt Newport.A Utands against.said estate ruu*' it presented m th. ..,. .
to M-ttleraert arid flcWuatioD 19, 1354. 23Wanted
.from August
.pcn nil a.irI1og, YOBH, August 21.
time required by Lnvetherwi.. iii'ut cctie* will )h' t
4l the Union. The Nebraska.bill, .ufcich formally re- The British and North American Royal Mail! StenraM.III LSO WANTED } or 10 good likely negro TO
,poida) that I-ne, and taavesjhe Territories of Ntbrntkw \| Aria. Ciipt. K O. iMt, has arrived at her wharf dt ; RENEWED COMMUNICATION JL\ for working on and about above named Mill, for HALEY T.BLOCKER. i
; and Kansas in the amt petition, is in the ttrictrt hat'Hony In .Jerey Cly ( OR SALT BIDES 10' Otter will be and
row Liverpool> which pert she left Betuxen (1I1DRY : I which good ages given negroes w slI Sheriff, aad Ex-officio Atimloutiatu. -,
.with the arrangement of 1850, and merely cat I'Jthinat. Newport, St. Mark*, Cedar Keys, tjtj. and Deer Skin, for which the Upbeat cared for. A pply as above. July 22. 1854. 29 &* .,. 's-,

' f.t it out." ; COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. (occasionally via Bay fort and Tampa market price *ill-be paid by EEIR A RUST. July 29, 1854. SO D. LADD. e..

Beautiful Larmon'iing thisl If Ixson" is rec- '-l4aat-The aalesdurng the Bay,) and Charleston. August 19. 1854. 3UniTexsity Copartnership Notice.oodenigBed 1-, .a

'guized of the bouse hold of the faithful Florida ] ;S the 1 lib iu.t, TIRST CLASS VESSELS will commie Land for Sale.
as one COmprised 3ouo bales. running have tLi day entered into a .
A. between the above x>rU the of Louisiana. rp subscriber will sell at a bargain his .well j of :
| on lot
Whiggcrj must Le near iU end, for we arc told I ladee, leaving 8tiO(,ffijfcs&ysi continue uninterruptedly througbqut the October' and DEPARTMENT. JL known tract of land containing 760 acres on the -IpartnerihJpia the *

that a "Louse divided agaimt itself must fall" traoe. The eU ck KI season MEDICAL Ocilla river, ajtd known as Sandy Ford ; 174* hundred WHOLESftli ND RETAIt

i The Circular of MfBirs. Miii; t Speaking of Judge Douglas "Jjeou" says -" lIe ,a ofthe llth iiIat_ reports a decline* b Ue Lernpxiere., & co, _J._ will commence.oo Mondav. November 12th, and one-hundred acres are cleared. A new store house I

$aid some time io J 8W, after the passage of the c mjwwnis ru, the week of id, principally on the lower niarkrt grades Ju-, Fatten for Southern Georgia and Florida will terminate in the aoaniog March. is oo the place where a post office js kept and is a TIJ N ? ITT.LF p' 4

*of $(jt tha je looked upon tLe Missouri Com- and uuteE.I PRODUCE, James Jones M. D, Profeasor of Practice of Medww. splendid stand for a public house .and ator.e-psnow BARNARD & M.VLL. -4

rgtaiw [eicloding slavery N<*tL of 36 30J] as a sol- j I Fair Orleans, . . .... .. OFFICE, NORTH COMMERCIAL, WILy J. L. Riddelli M.PPvofo or*f Chemistry. wishing to purchase will apply to TLy will! ttepeas.dto | e their (utnJs u-' "- ,

cmo conjnact tluit it bad.preserved the of thecvtry liddIitig Orleans. .. ... ... Charleston Warren Sta*. -D..Prcifsu& of Surgety.A. _& \LLIA.IS.. and-patnyu at the oW standof, fLftnia nl.
jwace Fair Upland.. ... ... ... S. C. H. Capes,W. D., Professor of Obstetrica Sandy Ford, Jefferson. waaty. F1i. Jr.. iga of the Mortar. eon.r ot M .nrtni

for many yean, and norudeLand aLould ev- Middling Upland.. .. .. ... September 2, 18M. 2niI A.J. Wedderburn. M.D, Professor ot Aoatomy.GusUvtw July 29. 1854._ Qf ___ audf Clinton streets, where they will kre -
*r disturb it" Dul Laon" Lav oo -detfir to A.'Nott, M.JD frofeasor of Mtteria Kedica.Tboma mid of articles '
per- Other Circulars also agree in quoting the decline at a full general assortment appertaining: 1

'vrt the fact*" when be penned paragraph f Did 3d., although some tar it is only I-10d.. and Meesrs. Brought to Jail, *Hunt, JLJ), ( -Physiology! and A A Sacks iiverpod salt in good-order hooding.t to their line of biuiuesa. and solicit the patronage,uf J, ,

lie present them aa he found them I A. Deumtouu.t Co. quote Middling Upland at IONTICELLO, Jefferson County Yls. FatboLiT. their frittuds and ihepubiie.
recorded P ) ) sale
the 27th August., on Corn L"na G. eard, M.&. and Samuel P.-Cboppin.MJX t \ \ aod/or by E. BAflKARD. Ja. r
Mert aud islhs1i Lin to & 1CJ. : a negro man named NED McNAUOHT J t ORMOND. .
prose to lh oontrary, ofi-ather dark cowplezon Demonstrators of Anatomy. O. TROUP MAXWELL. :
that Judge XXomjU. Oev r at any time ouade ue of POLITICAL NETS'S.Austria and aajatliathe-beloogato -,- Geter feet 6, of inches high The Rooms for diassoiug will-be open on the third Newport. July 22.1864. 4t .29 February *,((4.) 18'54. 6Goods t t't

the language Lew baa signed an engagement with England County Monday October. _
quoted M hi. ar 'Quney. The T
1849. before the Mkwuri rft Worda> Jn and France,to insist on demanding terms of*permaoeot oo'ne forward. prove property,owner r.qued to The Tacultjr are Visiting PJiysicutns and Burgeons Mary C.JBryan, ) Divorce. Jn Hamilton Circuit 1Wdlii
mtrietion was rescinded L pay charge.., and take thisinstitutionlroajNotMflbr vs. >- Court,Spring Term 1854. ChCD ,
< him bospitaUwd-lUtend
or Li 'wlU be dealt of th
le mad 0 Io folio! wbg jemtrki, it peace. away with as $ I di. till Joseph -Bryan. ) '
a public inegg. The Ri'as.eontioue to-reUeai'from Princi .ior WALJ April eent.mpL&I
All the evidepces of.public opinion at that dav palities. September 2, I81. 8hsri The Students acoompaoy the Professors their IT appearing tn the Court, by the return of the Mehfc arrangenMnt ia tntir

taJudicbt tprOflhibe4aad The Turkidi troop -jtAnmiog, batoo more visits, *n4. free-of expense, enjoy extraordinary practical Sheriff tlw JkeudntJs-not be.found in said .. *oameaa as roaket it necWary ly

noiuzed in the Ueart. of the American people fighting has taken plate. STORING AND SMIPPWQATNrWPOKT. iiiES8 advantage County, ills, on motion ordered that the service be dispose of Uteir present stock of Goo i. k.iseccsistofagoodsupp1yofldmes $&*

a wtnwJ thing, wbicb no raUilest hand would ever* A division o/the F/encb Aroopi,amounting to 8,000, Tber are dining the session, abont-eigat hundred perfected by publication of this orderju, one qf ib. pub vftrtry d*. ip- .i

ucUe* enough tw disturb." has lauded QU the Isthmus pf F kop.in Crimea.A pcrsoM preaeribed for daily.In fie Uaxettea of this State once a rnonthifor&iir JBW'idptior than. Jewelry, FAwy Pt.fteliay. XJnoa. Platea

:i bNC are Mr. Douglas word-, and they n army of 80.000 Tiiriu ce uow Jn Wallacbia, TII nmigwd cUll earriis oo the sbovtrbj, 1868 the pamber'of patients was tbJrU n thous- to the neat Tar pm. a, 4 nuuitrou olu r article, wu h lby pl dcthemsalvss'to
were ll4ts
R1t41n l1 ax3'iw.t uU who occupy the, whole const of-tlie Danube Iranobes. luildmgs ell ealenlated for and, a ven buudred and fifty-nn. A.a1Y.i.Ls: BAKER, 'l;, i. stlPtu cash U>nw at irvatlv rt.

ai "La-u (alit1: atuwc' Tlic: L-'udou Time: tayii, tlut RIMWOD-Amctica u dcsr rbing wagons. L LADD THOMAS HUNT, M.DJep., cigJ CII. C. C. us. C lu?e-l ptiCC. TOWLE i 3lEI5: ; ii.'ar3.
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Newport, September 3,15I. J
35 ; July 15 1'1. .tjtii IS. I1.
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lvi call attention totho elfgant assortment of TALLAHASSEE '
T'1 Wholesale and Retail Dealer in your AND QUINCY FI
l-'I : Goods, retthtdptr U'aema," and adapted to your -S'''ILL practice in tlie Middle arid
,-1 sole us*. of Florida, and in"t. e CouL es of
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Tltomaji. Ga.EOLL1N .

TAnnw put up in the largest sized Bottles, and i is 1)ER1TMY.J'.T, Pycs-tuff'? Surgical InKtrnmt-nti, Edgings and Insertlngs. ( KAKKR .,
I SnurT. AVmdow fllaa, Paintii A
be the beet made Spicefl. <
Sareaparilla ne
in certiried by the wonderful cures it has pel formed, Oils, Vanishes. Putty Manufactured Tobacco, SWISS Ed'ng" t iLs'n-js." Valencine JlalteMj Edgings, TaZlol.aiaee.'I 18S4. '
January .
the oritfiml copies which ate In the pohsrerion of & an-I (Has Ware, Patent Medicines, Real "

(he proprietor, Remember, this i is the only true and Flue S< ap\ Fine Tooth, Pure Wine* and Brandies Snirna Just Received
-- ? :
I ) : original article. (- T_ .and Hair Hrusht-n, for Medicinal purpv Saxony Smyrna Flouncing ,
1..t. THE GREAT TURKISH Blonde 6White New York and
Scrofula. Svphili?: Mercurial Complnint, Cancer. Paint Brushes, Fancy Article, FROM New Orleai-.*
jt: REMEDY FOR BALDNESS, ( .lIitiC, Ricur..titn.( imd a Taut viirify other Garden Seeds, Fine Havana Scgari.He 1C Sacks Rc Coffee, Sirdinea' '

Lui in luTigc-r&Usg aa-1 tcnutL'yirj the HairA1 di'.uc'. mere k1kcdi1y] and pel fectly cured by the iiteof h.T> recently receivcxl per brigs Aa Sawyer nndMnutuik. Goods. 20 Boies No 1 CcJTe.S il Ticrces S. C.
this a Lize nnd Ftenh (/ ) -/ of variety rap.
p iciiliio.ICcutl) // / every 7 ACOXET Cambrics Sw las 3ltishlcs
? a Toilet Article, for beautifying nn-1 keeping the 10 M cbofce g ar, tCfl ,
of article* UMially; kept by druggist Planters anIPhvMiiM l 14sk sek, Lije .
hitr soft, g.J.J. nm'' m ft 'IiCaItIS cmidrJnii, it h tile following: Ccrlificntr. will always find at thi establibhrne-nt u full CheekFi Nsinso'k c, Boze, M. P.. flszin, 2 B4 Leaf Lard C,.

ai.-.fiik- Its poiinre qualities aier* follow- : T.ttip1cc \ Co., Ala., Jnn. 2, 1PC2. Htn1tl 4 BUh. PEelp ; GinS 2
supply of thin* needed, and on the most liberal Curtain Box '
every 'dUol'd(
: tIt liM-1 fran danlrfclT, tn-nr.Jw! .ho Dear Sir I send 4 do E. -enns
i : : f Ipt it (4ed :- you this to certify to you lint Wl.it.jtr., C.k
DK/JOIIX BULL terms. Clath
p : 1ratt health and % ;(n to the (1.CtI1VI, J.MIy.1 your extract of Yt-'low Dock and Harnpanlla hue Orders from the Country promptly filled and i alL Linen Bishop'sLawn. 4 d# 01,1 FhrnIv! W. 2 do Brown Evga,,

i ;.;* j'l! <5 iisir cknnyhi; % cotvr or getting gnu- jxt formed' one of the nu*< wonderful cue on me SOMIY1'IIINGNEW witli k.y. fJ Bus N d.
*fact ion guaranteed, regard both to nnd 0.
;Li .!: 1 Ir cau**(M tj! hiir to curl buvitiful.y xvhii ]k4'I !; that ba ever been i.ffecU-d (.71 man.T AND VALUABLE. piK- Mourning Goods. 4 bUt, ErSUWbPLtr Tre Sr1ip.
quality. Physicians preocriptions carefully comiMiuiidod. __ .. __ CaroLina P.I.; ,,
in t. over i'i.li!. Thi< bilro i ii tnvlc froM .he >iv have been nfilicted for faitv .t? 1 T -- 11.I. Ce. II i I -
vp veers with eruption* 1. IV. nit we'll tie l. uu"i, J>iniit oatiu, I) Iuurb -Lu tuV.&
: nil reioipt rr'r.rc 1 from the! original Tuikii-h IlaVin c-n my legs and feet; In 1848 they gut FO bnd that 1 r,-ifii The| ,>meet nifrr't.powerful.* >n tlm King Amiricaii on the Un-iiblip.TM* (.f tbr The clotxnow p'rr Also, EPPING'S COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT .13 .4 Hiitnliazincs, Hair Crape, 4 LW Granulated abj! Cassia CLy e

\ p'jeiehn: ) of C ji-ir.nt'pc; ; whre it j* universally haJ5 to po on crutches, and in 1P49 I had lIlt' leg Ml\\. of the) crowi.* I h'alsff Kuroje: fink into tRinit1.ce i OF BUC1IU.lVcfcinbcr21. Yin\l Silks, French! Crushed Stnrai. Yeast Poi1ers

r- .. e"l. The links hive always be.:n cdcbiated for juried above the knee. In about nine month after. hrn romp r.*'l to thutof) our Auieririn Ki"rtKuro 1S53. 'Ifilass Watered do KngbVIi C doz. Claret Wine, Citron. Pc-r-per'
.'. wnn Icrful kill in coiiip >undinj: the riv.he.it per- lay u1hr leg bi.ke out iii latg kating JUIII ]>Mn Kinjit rmplov the f>i>w4 r *t >>r it m rh-m to 1'lain do Jl'uing Sleeves t Cellars. 2 151)15.1 Lard OiL Smjrna and
ruhutflTg incrr.L thf ri>'lii*" ('f f hiP' lich ant J.'rjr: arvl ", ivil'i'-* Msa!
;' .:; 4 .9* au 1 aU! o'.b--r t.O/t arti.'Vs. In Turkey the cioic ,'I Cit font lilT knee to ii' t nt, aii'l dicnrged} a to grmUT lul-wry! tipil vjrmdi'inn. l.a'j>oor ..n I d.-i| >n- OII ililite Lead, &c. 4 d..z. pt, Swet Oil. Staich, C-ndies j

.. /.rti. { ( .. iif wiii/a tii! balai U eoinpo-x-d. are dil, ufoffeit ninttc'r. My grr'n: also brake out in dent ()'Pr Aniiri.iii, Kin,; jr"for'h ',ith) fj'i.il wll'.iituiii ,?- IOXEf Window (J hhum.s. aborted nizes Handkerchiefs. 2 Ml*fcologna! Sausage Sp f nj and star
I >
tn tlw lei lv! inin"ioit .ni'l luiinMr nbm. n'.Iv| aliku Afl Candi
jnnlv.-I I f'rtlu) l.a'.r.
4& 4.4t :iivvr :..l'yV .: large v1 ildi diiclarg'i; I nuidi oflCIive iiitter.ani to mlniii.Utvr r.l I" mid loo-Ji r linU'i tn-1 U ;>pluuti to JL 1 It'4t' keg* White Lead, puns,extra .t No. 1, T ADIE3 Enib'dird'kfrLadiw Hem PlM HMlfs1J ITsrnwtkahly sealed Lob- Loodou Porter
iIl : : *:/ is f1.1ift .Pill/ tiri'l of hair is fjwitty. at the same: liuiu my 1-ft hand broke out in large tbe lofty Hii.l lowly the rich iinJ tho por.DIl. ? barrels L.m-&ctl Oil, C'Lric Bordered stf-ra. Cflanw, Halibut Assorted PicWw, .

-t'., Ifl f1a V'eVi-h ta f wir running s-irciJ, nosily to'my oll-iw. JOHN li U LI'H A Lard Oil!, Tape and Oysters. English Walnut
.. if j if I.: i'J' nf i' : tlut '.'viU!! d > inors t.o canvi'srej : : The iucrv that'l I ha\'s sunere-1 for the la-t iycaI.s fTflij 211 i KV> M Zinc: Paint 2bbl9B efTonffuev BraZil Nuts *,

II: itt ': of : \iilu s tlnu J.H tle ahcr'J'cmeuta I that can I cannot dcf. ribc to yon. I was in such agunvthit iI 1 AiEll1 Gi4 rfllfl"!" !! 20 ,iKickuges Fire-proof Paint. (bbi.in 1 bbl. .) Collars &, Sleeves. 2 di Fulton Market Soft Shell Almond.

:- : nAi-h: <.! i. nu 1 thtt f 11 r.>ay b<' a.blc t > test ili vrV I never ifrted, day 4ir iii.rU.: 2 lurrelrj ltetthie-1 Whale Oil" MDR'D Collar?, KmbroMeretl SIevo, Bef. Pilberti.. '
&' it i i.* \ii) iu Jsiry* J> it.'Ief nt thr low priee of In October lat If the) Tttrii M'oM-tn or TIIK U'ORLP. nn.l tif! p-HHt.>-tlUimr E" Lace Pickled Salmon
; r: ji'it my FHI l'r"ugit me one t'f your bot --Jcr wT.T! '.l t<> tSii-i' I buni.iiij to tin cuiinrvy 2 Train: ; Oil 1 bl.l.Coiwl Varnuh.ojiiiiti M.itzintig; Walnut Cat up,
1. 1 ?nfi!; j.or 1i.Lt1'! *. llewcir.bcr: tli; genuine Ims th< tl-i wiappers ; I rt-ad itci.'fouiidicci i >id4>f s i*>nw von \ mil ion t sI'o.'trr ran my. relit 1'i t }ioi. coniliuu Turpentine in )barieic anal! at retail. A llouiton SetU Sleeves & Collars. Smoked Salmon, Tomatto Catsup
gener.il ,
.*-lure t f C.ur.ito/s *t 13viir t'i (tic uplciulijy ilerfjl CHITS ]>< formed b v'.nr extract: of \IIOW! 1 Von IIJTC only fo u risk mairii-ij jvii ,Iy. All a-Kiutmuut of Culor, Bruihcs and PV.-C llerrinpr. Soda
.. othr Painters'materiak Sugar and
tii -- wlio R'i.1 puxr.! 4>!) I vili ii n.-.vj.- tie |itSireJJUhii. B
y<;tCT.TuPk. I lck mid SaiH.-ij.nn'.la. 1 sent and pot two Inittlfif .ic-rrvc m-f tinJryul' ii<'ir fiU'i.n-*. 1). 11. AMES. Silks, et cetera. 30 Hit bbla. .VorlLera CnckVn

THE nID.-"as TE rnnifri. -v\rt i%: atd c.vnuHuo .i taking: if. In two wpik to mSIM \ lli:< wonJi'ifji, ini'iJii-lne. ilnri'i/ bri. fp'r l cine IVecmlH-r 2t 1 f S. rlU'incs Silks. White Satin Flour, Dried Appier.'

.;4' MLTfl'L7.-T3 a c-iniiiiau I that h-vjld! b. cheei} fully atouilin, < nt. iny 'ivs nil In-raw t-d-y, nij.l'lc I I In tliou-niiJ iiilr.iltiori. ,nj in,,in.-Jf I lii* c.iriitj lltearliirtn!l.apiiii.to IIIHIIV to Hi i1.*! lxrn'. liiTrtvfon of- GLACE Silk*, Black ?, 30 Bbl. St. Louis and Dried Peaches

#) :' ob'ycJ by t'I- eti1jrcn T nu-n. D" LAUZETTE'.S inhi l sleep nil nidi', a thin? 1 had nut dono'fc.r 1 tw<- < rar J.-il i; on'). a* a jwinful an 1 ini-vn'i-! rl-l*>ii'In Syrups, &c. Florence G'rnjx; Lies ee. OLio Flour. Nails, Candle Wick

: .TITjf0 OO.lDlAU: <>r Pr.x-roative; Elixir, prescribed yonis. Whon I hatl takcn: t>i ix b' ttltp, my snn.*>> hni! tllv iIi irli i>I ll I IJniliirntii., UnibrtHMti'Mi". I'ninKil.ir OLD Otanl Brandy, Fri'-h Daten, Ul'k FijjM Tarl'-tfii iifw'd Col'* 10 lib!*. Rectified WLLS. Pocket Knives, ,
M'J Tkin KKtrarrnr-: : nj nn Ted ail r? t"iAtivc i. t'4e* >f debility, inj.iiicv :' 1 iK-aily all hctilt'tl. My 6'>ric got well :i iq ifl.>v en-, |>n.i rt of tinf r ii.rrir.iu Port, Claret. 151'k VatM White Silk Ilia-ion, key. CLildren'. Sboea.
'1 : or b arrtn" *. wil all' in-cgularitio* if injure chant innt. Ihiv* ii, i\v Meed in .41)) eight t bittle-J of Kin? <.f r-iii,'' a prcpiM-jou co rj* .-J i>l i.f vP'iCP18L- M il. ira,, Old Port Juice.ISLcrry IIniLI1Ij B1k '. 4 Casks Bacon Sides A email lot of Dry

*: irall lliat it pr. fi'W9 t* bviz : NatmvV irat your Extract if Ytllow] ]JJ-ck nuJ] S.ir.ajiaiilU,'' and tli. mi'l r x>'<.. I'HJ'l by Auii-rii'it'ii ofl ti nti aujIxjuii'fim Sparklirijc Ci-lcr, Whit* Wat'd Blonde Nat 2 do do Darns

rjst.irntivo.nuJ reini.fT! tl.o-ift in the tnanit-d tate f nov ci'-.iM.lfr ? )1' ve1'. \\ % ouj*:mil.V a-k tlif LiMU Tcbo are l rromp '''iitJnili" lf>'n Ion Porter, Scotch Ale. All of wbicb will be old ft* low as any otherhL

i ;i ; -ih nit olf-prin;. 1 111 i< H *vi tain M t e l>r n-min .- I fiitioatil: nf th affii..te l I to Irv lii! < inediinef < <>f c li.it 1< anJ 'jit i.. cot a PtII81.r t<>uiI> ii.Ji- IJrii:'ly l'a'hi" P.rniidRapboiry Cherries, Ribbons &, Trimmings. in the city, for the Ca b.
;;-h .'rira etic isftis,. I lIkve! it vii enrc i ny Vnown : nUI. pti.- i: 's' CM'< r\ ox.rt t1. ir ...'! .i'i.ii'l ,
Ci 1ettrrl2oeL Ticld.: Lay i.sidf nil pitJuJk and it ni.d a ; & S.i.-h Uib'n.Black Silk Fringe, aho. adjoining the store of S. S.
tT. i \ ji-s-t Straw KoigLt.
: ii'. ii try CH Iivlia.f, rf :; i. Ifl lflIiiiI it \* i't'j'iiB. l. A'->. af. rtinn. })tlal.i i.4! grent v.rl I, I., PUlreI iIg iiiitiijti.J, and (U- *inJ 4'cp tl>j' r i ii- '.l ')> u > ir rl4.-t : t iu't\i\ l.ii.rf Iit'lr f>r ) inJIg-o'! m I rt'lt th-in M tak-s it, f-r il v i iU!! cute th *m.21y 1.* !1Is (.nr u: ..ijrhiri:.. ''V.: tin! irtn-n tlicv Ii. I .r.- ; -.r (;Lli.'r ii Cap & Belt W.r-ted Ifliiilings. when called upon, either In town or country
.ti !.tu-1e 1'einalc "M-' i well kn-'wn in n Ini e pmtion, ff South FulT.ri' f.ituito !<' tl.js nili.v; Tu.jiL.r n.i-J.r.i-t*, Silk Biai.U.rtedt: White A Co1d lkJ1iii, Sil da a Mondays and Saturday! *.
:p.1 ef .ri' .T: kr 4I .g. 1I FI( .i < tI'y iiI lN dOhJ U) k '4' ti.'y .n ]'jIul: A pple Clan -. )
:: I... .. Icbi'.ity.: A"'.' It H wa rintel to please the 0.11.11m, C.e.1-gi.i; and Ah.bima. and if any -bonliiii neii; i.e j'rouJ ('1 loU l<" i :. ui-iul mil tri.ua Cal Jauva Jelly, Pre .'rvcdQiiincc-", White Silk Fringes, buakt Cord & Tapes. JOhN II. RIIODF.L1.

:. 4 : .7 ""ft'i :,', .v>' C', uj;>l.iins, and i is of price- < ubt the -.boven.ro, I inxite theia to rail on MO.nnd miicJy&C-, aol t-'t fur fll man oxtfiiiKl*. 1ri"ri..a A'-vt-fi.kniietly 1' Currant il,. I\-ache A-Httlonitr and Cf>mr Is on 4Vefchuflt_

p ,. t. li >- i : :' irV-.irin I will show them the s-ff.irs. 1 ca-i bi Land inTalnj ..l It t1 r..vrlj hn'Mici". ntijtll i.t..3t.- ,.f 4.n, S1.jrkhje. (idatine, Gloves 6t Mitts. April If.! 1SVI._15 _

-4 : .* 3 trv -- I'l-i '. ..'' 'ii-n* nf C' m tock Atb .f>o"a Countv* Alabama. rn< ,iiV! from Sto.% I J"ft ji.jnr: >IM i-"f..*;* iu ta Uj'isl l-il'-a'e Cif 04 11.tvi'i ii.g Citr-icU: Spiff". !f( ADIE.3! ni-Al anJ l"red Kid! Gloves, Manufactured- ,
WfuVv.tiififii iiti I ( Tobacco.
tai 1 .
Ferry. ilUOHF.S.Tii .
p :! ,I > 7. -r Aw.y i unlf ycu .. rat Po-ydrr*, Pickl lmiii4 : 'I Silk "
;. !I. H <- 'Jicl.! tt.- to fj'ow; tinn'J nr-.I! <'rn.ciitg
'**en itlctHtO'tncnwijftc. ** Yellow D'>ck rnd jMrsajori'Ia: i i-t -iiiii'rlv a- ... .. JUST RECEIVING further stock of
? ju- .
;1i.: < *' ? < ) f'! "Jlr i Ut'1'j-Uiii.; > tilr |.ub. <- U i .u.lini crrill- j C'ornStaii-h, .Sila-l Oil, Beaver .oir.e 00
. ;?; daptel i'. f.-nal* : : ,.T. u t uiterf.it as you uould rates of j<.viv'r.utl by ibi4 it.eits.- Cii : i O'-\j-i, (:.i'T '4 Cashmere Tobj.cco, at Lw
); ; ,- irrojul.ility i i.f mrn tnr.l clchr.r-i.: : an-1; I tlier di* hut teit. -. flit. :i> :ry i I- r.uj J>r. UuJ fa*'* t.i ) .. Piu-es than it eanbeborght ia of the r
Worcp-it-rtli.re Sauce Buck Oai.ntletta any
Coo larpn.
r- c.irii.-4 cm tIiU Ki,. .,( .i..i ; ..4 II >:i.I ,
f. "'" '' eas.s pe.nli.ir t their! pr. Thii piopriet: -r hits i iihi : .. I .' ket* North. Traders will dwell to eisir.ine Zaatfn
' : >?\ iV, l1"' !: in-ra 11.4:1 !I.v Juur i'V Engli-hJitK'a'-.J. 1). 11. AMEt. Bl'k Silk Mitts,
V*,. !? ixi&i1fl n great nnaler of cfttifit'atc.: of curt> \ woulj a-'i.: ii iv-* ;<>ii te Ithviiiui-! f rthuM 4u'i : I>.- uiltT 2 Ix..S. ClI .5 Worsted befvre ordering their Spring ttcci. Will forward
c :i 1:4: 1 '- : :' & : 2il( dL'(5 Li;
}*.<- :: jH'rformoil 'f the al'rtvc dtscriptien. Wo a'cuic tin & r IK't 1 II WHUl L'l.'|atiiol.r.. Kill >> kUUT IJJt lampitit. with prices attached. to deiii
ii.tl-r 43 any
Vifl'V r. ,-, ja5: > ;. f i .' a-*.I 1. uch! w* lht'J-'r.'fula.. .ifilieth.it: n Lottie nr' I two of Dr. fiinsott"* Txtinctif tueu you wnuitl u- Hut lo Jrlvo taiui i. urjiiu *> fuuib.**, I Just RCCCI (it!. per II, Reniiuictcn. ,8. credit to lat of! April will be given 4here any a* cnt
tfl '
: 'r r1
: 3
. :::"iSfil{)- ;4'- :: t4 :ii 44 .t 4 j1A.Ud! ttc. L, I Vvll.iw D-K-k and Sait&paiilia; will at once rrdiu..- I. r.ri.f-3 KJ.vo or :'t!>:. \ FKCSH s.pplv If DltPGS; nnd MEDICINE.1 AGENCY OF THE IETNA INSURANCE CO.utidtrsijned. tity u required. D. LADb.
tlr c.- ''lii;tilt ics. m.-l nov.tc! natural i terrport, 21
r ii.orL'Ks.C3&Put Jnnnary
d I .l.4: 1 i 'tC. ,lE? '/J' Syt.1 (j ($ ( ( : Wou'.J jou Le rur-"l umW! ii.u.i,1li.1f.: cf n wcl L I. PaintH, Oils, Dve t'ifF.Lst i1.", r-FI1l: Agent of the above Company. 8
: up in 4iiwil bfitile*-Piiiv i 61 I \cr bottle.SCOVIL mi'iniut, I'lmiaUrv.. Sunini'Tiiipiain, '. l'!, 'l-r* M-'t- ; "
'fc-- TLiJ iiitJi ii<'* 1* tjq 'J.T rda* i our fir all dinoasJUMV .t MLAD. Lot, t r&.up Oohc. lle-tl Acbt. Toob.. cr II1' v' tat .4I | )- 1- will reCeiVe application* fur aiid make insurance PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY

! 4b. !.' !*' f-'f t.1ie ariiiu, lijt rti.i lj I ia h-j- mi J tLe
1 t i ? <* >ft'(! Msl f rtitc ii')M>ruA9 MCS to wlu-ni all Stock .
Capital .
li"M I 1a J jcil; *> ithntlif! puroly \t'gtabo! bu'' tanO'? >f ac- or.Krs iiin<>t he addiopscd. rPI1 3011 line joi.r 'ure'. iP1.1PI.! ('P11, I'imp: April t :!, S51. January 2-, i's' .S.: 4_C. C. LEWIS. nE $3Q00o
l.tiKAle-ljeK-illoacy.an I : 1 i-iKiu-ifncturc'd: with the Scn..4.., ltui-ri, r ituy tPto ; aouu.i. i..1, 'u ftptat T undersigned. Agent of the abore
sl] 1 also
bv D.) II.
:: : '.' *' fire, even jn.i: J i f th ? Siitjijiaiil.i; IK ingUJ AmBarnar.l l Jlaxw I, V, U*: the P FRESH GARDEN SEEDS Extensive Assortment of is prepared to take risks against Fire oabuii.
I It. j I Xa-.li A Co., Tal1abat.. Kogeri i Smi, CLatta MIOICALKIVGyou ("F PUN.Vu'1 mgg and their contents the
.F;t :,1 1'. .* ( 11. zicil zi.1 it Ireliti $ ,on most favorable terai
& j ho .e. (Ceo.; : F. lUltzell Muriniiiiti Ji rdiin tf I D) iiJ'ii. SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
a* i 1)t ; in.j ; it CbItt1t1.e ; ; < li r rjTiir ci tI.'t I. ,IT J.-4!. rirowTir or 1S3. F. H. FLAGO, A cent.
: 1> I I'TA .
J Pint pt-.t.'. B
Unvft. Turuil.Cul.bimte. }jut. ,
1'iie 1'fl .traIari1I3 ; 44
( | t
as ai'
,.,,. I 4.. .- t1di V ] : j U-l'. M"iiticeUo., \\orm. S,.i K.I.-JIH i-:! '.1 11.1- ,!iiis Ji' '- U tjip. .i1UJ.U I 1 I- retivcI.| D.H.AMES. RUST would rePpetfully call the
HI> u.i ttti-T "rt-. i-ij-r .i- "r U"-; sy HIIIU&
t'tr (r' r I July b. 1S3I. 27 4meow / of their customers and friencr! t<> the Bank of Charleston.
l. Itiniii : iiu zl i.gon. ;ot* i.Kiu; i L. J i flU. d IK..IIIMT! I. } ps?. n ex-
voe ira
; Izeti.-f; U -live sail tasteful iistoitmentt.1 Spring and Summer A GENCTat N.
w Florida.
.1h J1ne bc1i j xix'; "i I1N
'. ILr4! t I'C t' th UA( A S. W. BAKER, Metallic Burial Cases. fio<>tl-*. which they are now opening. Consisting in t%_ McN AUGHT
.& (in the vf.lft.(tS k V.ti14 jou b f. rar. 1 ::4 ; 'ii 1T iliat hs and ATTORNEY AT LAW, :( .. ., >r *ii} litt.e cf tt.r riu rt'i- i l' b.t ureb.s.p4. pirt ifilvA Ns'wpcrt.Jannnry 14. 1S54.
4; I 3 SVhb it 2 iti'ijt&1' ; MOJTriCELLO JLI'FE1oN ttc.p u-wj l)r John I'.J.I'K 4rlptri.I1 lu-r.i. .iy, \ Black i Cuiort-tl Alpncca Sa'k ii Frock Coati.Ca.timer .
j. ) V3 1CtVt it to th' COUNTY FLA. .... t .. ..
It li h.nt tIt 'e Lt': viii Ilia KiuB-.I I'aiOx.e.'Li. i.t.tu.uj tj uiurcerJa 'I LIre d Notice.CIX .
(keLI 1LTVIE; March 18. 1S51. II tin a tj-teJy a MI! t'l CiU-tl 'tfl.Dfl '. is ,. *
( ( C.ft'A ?1 ittdr .. ille montfia after dat*. the undersigned
: of rrft1: 11 ptRPAR11.I. i)1.1V. JOHN X3ULL'SPRINCII'.tI. .5 1/Kte SiS. adir.rnr.t
4 xrn ) ( WIlH'AfiER: Drip 3 trix of the of
'!1 iti estate John G. Raw!.. tIrPtisd
A L' ,- ( L-n
wJr.r I. iFICE, ii K ,:l.r-i.'iitJ ktiptant'y, on hr.cdari- M'rim S. 5 of OadsJen
I 1r will
; '4'1. i L.i I 11' 7' RESIDENT PHYSICIAN Sri.tir 0 tu LILO:31: %, .Metj..ric 5, .. County present her fii*! ..ecrmj, !
1 r.7"'r ': l'V FIMB Cat>i >EFOKBALK 1IIS J.Zcr- ..f the P..teit; ; P.uiial Cuftte Paletots, vouchers to the Judge of Probate
TALLAHASSEE, TLA. LOUIilJ.EKT.P rit'ti'tied in tl. aJi'IIij ar, i'g tm I IUU?<.' Drap DF.te ask to be discharged. ELIZABETH and
4- ,, I 'i ) l.y a quU-k n:i'J ea yu OF1T.RR Lit l)1.fl"l'i.PjIal! >TIiivs to thf cjtizeni- UY DUfOfMSTi A. MEIfIIANT-5 lahwUcTJ- j J. A. }:IMONIsoN. ii ('5iu.lel MaI'.t'i11e3 IS March IK. 18S4. 11 6m RATVLS.

: TO THE LADlllri.-Yoa\ilw lt ft tVw/f./i./ "irpnn>] \ic'iiilv. <)(tfle firs-t d.Mir E.i t our TlIKUMTKUarji Wallace Cloth Frock Coat, --- --- -Adrnijj.trstir.. .

7er ,./ its. fuv, fi""U piii'plcil.otehei% t flnjimjiu* 4)1' 0lic: IriiMint, iiniiudiatolv ndj iniug Dr. V.-.iciN(iTON. April .'-lh.ME Chiwbra Sack FASHIONABLE SPRING & SUMMER -
iri ii i p'unt au iiitnrs Nal. i). I 11. AMI--: Ag&.at. T1."i.e. Krrralin I. "
I r :tV. -.JR. FI-K ..NI' Ilivi;<'\i>. CLOTHS
: :: .:' :ti, 1 L'f lu-s S'-njin* { ,- r/e' lloii'lura, Sannparilla: January' 1 J.I 1s r41. 2 lv April 2.M Til. 17NEW 4'.i: (t.L'.rLc.xr'. :-\Ve v. i'nr--'l I ih" t.tilitvI your or Kancv, Gingham T AM AND CASSIMEHES.
It Liiu'.lfi.the: ooinp'exi- liy r.floifl: c-t-ry parllol ictm.-iiU! "l'.tHit I M.-.iIi-! I'.ri-il ('rt--." r.s-e-l tucuii l.i'.u'r.. Whit dC' l"d Linen J Cloth receiving an extensive aMortawut I

-:: ? <- 4s1 n-otbil '" diseasc'l matter from the blo<. J, A. PERRY AMAKER, COTTON GIN. ; v.y ti-! M i iii.i: f tl <. !:.v I H.I;m .1.! n C. (\ilh-n n to White siul Putfilar- .-il4i!! Vest-, Brown and. Ca F.inc->mi4reVestiotj*. Drop d'Ete Khite. I

ZILLkI2z! : it p," ) e Il1 / an I. vi.'i flfl'i eLallgihg tli.- i t"oii4r --t'.n il h 4 --i). ti-r*, -.* }Ki. K ii;r-f. ---.I t 'i'mthi and fancy col'd Welting seines all > Linens Whit and ngw' 4 hx- f..
t.c! yellow :a-.il'daik: couuti-nanco io the bloom ftud xTr wj 1 tinlicji.f ti-ij! it i- tii.-1 !I-' art\. ,'-. ki- -i to ess f.rj Erovrn L-'nen notice the wbith I sin prepared maLe up x-aibn*

t4J, if () th.. TALLAIIAS.SEK, I'LA. rpIIF. NEW PATF.XT hTIT.L: TOOTH' CVL I Jrji! -;">ri!I i*.' t! <- i 1.-n.j 1-' t ti.-n? fiiil ri--i in I' Black Drap D'Et Punts, in. most fitaLiiuaU. atyl.. and on reaioubicterns. -
- : iire L.tl'nne> uf wL'uli 21 IRr.r. 1 INI )ilt tIN; \\ \1.c>- f.ii-.re! le:1 IN'. .' I".j ALSO -
;: ,; This iie.Jiiie put 1pi: .May to Ii I MI With; ripest *A.i Mil,- -lil .' i'iirU --, Yours .Vc., Elastigue
TN vjurtt, i* f ira! t-J *;h tr ftnii f&i''r tiinil: thn'-i?.! nil of ill.- Cotton rio i % in;,' S:4t.: i. t 1 :ili%.' I II. Cl.iv, J>. li. At.-hi-.MH, J.-ir. I D.IVIS Merino A LAKfiE AND WElL SELECTED STOCK OF

OLTIOV.-'"inJ lite irrno nf*Coni tn liB*> 1 Lfwi- ti'A.; (.*. ( in--iu', V*. li. Kin QueenV Clotli R ADY-MACECLOTHING.

I 1 .r.a the wrapper an 1 1'ou; \ i.l get the gonuing Q c-org'BIIondura3 ATTOHXEY AXD COUXJjF.LLOR AT LAW, I u i1gl.t l'i tliist fta: !tt; of ]niT.li lItls i vii.lei I). S. I Di'-kin-on) I D.ii. W.-Ir-ti-r I Is-mirs' I DIM') P, I.Vhita and! fancy Lnen Drill rants, Consisting in part of Caslmarette Frock and Fstk

;. : Srir-apaulla.: Tallalussre J'lorida.T Mi'cf. ci rtain. F r -h.! .i it t -tnj'KiT rrat &up.ri.i iiv .1. M. Alawin, J. M. !'..trrienV., 1:. ilsuiguni.i Hint: and Freneh Cotti'imde. Coats Fancy Colored Frock and Sack Coats, Tefd

.tt. .r All ..nlormwt b>: lirec-tc.l 1 to COMSTOCK A over t tin* Paw: (Jin i.t i.t liikiiijlv I iipj-uni.t t t t4i p xl jii'1,5* -. i, Oi-tobvr 1, IbSS. S'-> If P.rown .iii-l, I'.Ienehed J'fln Drawers. Sacks, Drnp d'Ete Frock, Sack and Business Ccats,

r flflOT1IEtS. No. 2 St. P.-1ef Plaoe, (roar of A.t -rIbuoe. c Oflice up stairs in the Caijiit I. i ith irnme.liafdy.L'l1)iIflui. 'I hiii,i] -ii..iity < "ti--s! in i it!? axlnjtlie l.it tfruinr, \ Linen I"som! Shirts. Merino Underehirts, Alpacca Sack and Business Coats, White, Bron and

(a .) New Yoik. Pike 1 per byttlc, or six bottbB ,<* Senate ChnmlHT. ) Oet. -SO iiltili I'/P /< iDldjltC /1' ('Ii' / //&'*. nij'j, nnh1r Black Silk Hats Fancy Linen Coat*. Black Drap d'Ete and Stnimer

f.r ?5.S D. P. HOLLAND 1 bie.ik. < r in i.ny way injure the I'.Lre, at t th 1 <* aflil.: .* | TALLAIJASdCn. FLORIDA. Drab Beaver Cassimere Pants, White and fancy Liotn Pota,

l-1 trJy in Tallahassee bv EDWARD] BAR% ATTORNEY AND COU.VjsELLOIl, tin.- iinp.iitin t'< the Jiut that iift ui!w in full operation, All Black fur Drab bnih arid Pearl hats White and Fancy Marseilles Vests. Fancy and Pl m

NARD, jJhnion & Ei'p<", J.loutiwllo, E. ScixniThaunisviUe AT LAW, whi. h >r> natnial: t'i th<- t'laj'l- v.n piikd !I.v Land. !i orders! will be attended to with promptness, i and Boys Black st t fancy f-l'd Wool & Fur Kossuth Hate, Silk Vests, Shirts, Collars CraTOts. Undershirt DnW-

1). J. liki-js, JtainbriJjc, and by one Qninry), I'lcrida, iitk'.ig tli" li'it fii'in tli.- f.-in:<* li-t i f Mt-d* *vi.rt1], nil work d"iie with niatiii .iil l ii.! j-.it<.h. Infants fancy Pearl Hats, ers, Gloves. Hositrr,ite. JOHN PRATOR1US.

:: innn in evry town.: .---- -- \\T7"ILL practices, in the Courtf. c-f the Middle Cir- fri !ii i to 1 J Cent, per pound nmic thanvheii ginned i i.n I All k-ii'U of \\rk, iMM-hh' tcam \V.-rk Mill Work. Fancy Good April 8,183J. 14
; DAVID" \WILSON n.ii-1 J.-ick-Kii und Fiuul.lia Coui.tics. ( the saw pn. j Gin (Je'irinsr. 'taar Mill, Circular Saw Machinery, Ribbons of all qualities. Bonnet, Cip, White and SKY-LIGHT DAGtERREAff GALLERY
Oct'.l 'r23.jft&2.! 42 tf iKi.-an.* I i.e Sea Ilnnl I Cotton ,e.'iutifi.l. nn-1 will Shafting, l'nll.\r>. I laners. I'l-.n h Ciittng, Ura"Caatin .. C.R.k'ieil Satin Ribbons, Black, White aud Colored OVER ,

HAKES ple-isute iu calling the itt(1it.'fl pfhie cusJ. trill fi.'Iii iI||III| to lO'-n I pounds J jK-r div. :,!, 1 -n far a. **. <(tc.; al*,, Siu.sr K tth. "f any size, kept Velvet Kibbona. BAUXAKD'S DRro STORE.
WILLIAM SCCTT7 Manuf.ietuieM have t'-s-te j the
louicrs: uu jiuUic to the chulcc and e\t Jisi> e -on" i n -in Ladles Dress Goods respect fully announce to the la-
.. ; ( ATTTOWISV] AT LAW )btter condttiuii f>r tK<- Mill tl.un f.\.in any other 1 Iihiuui.'tmt\' ill bitlone by ti->. with a particular regard Consisting in part of -L dies and gentlemen of Tallaiausee and vicinity

::4: Gin. tu the! u.trentI' anil l durability; iT the woik. I hat their Gallery is open daily for the reception of
AND SUMMER GOODSr14 Plain and Embroidered Lawns
SPRING jio.vncr.LLo
FLA. I In North Carolina Me' 'ri.Il.! ttl.'itS printed visitors
>ni fDl'conbC..tllitv i Cor.jx-tent: Woikmen a'.w'ays! in rt-adiric.s, ? to put up Sundays esrepted. Miniafuies takoit-faD
: ,; '4 L4 V lias just rocched) by all the recent in rica *, July SOJ 1 853. SO tljnn: nnd I Dr.) I J'I I.I I Mill, ofVane County, nndnverul j Ensiii"! Ac.T Black and 2<1 Mourning. sizes and styles of the art. Ladies and gentlemen sri

j ) :. *'a-* j ii onenoff fir i'-n-jK-ction. Iu the li.qkP'al! DR. JOHN P. DUVAL r>tiii is ha\i; t tri'-d the fini; 4.nSh.'rt Cotfoii the *niM will !I.e lihor.il. and all work
w'.iercof: be 1iIeJ biiise1fiit to be undersold upuii jta-t i-ea'on iin-l aie highly pl t'eivhh| the rc'rlt. cr.-h, oriocept4>.| orders on n-me bu-invf-t tirni in this Blaek, White, and Colored Jaconet N. R lustructicns given i.i the art, and all kinds *

'i : saue ttrui &U7 lu-e in *hi dty. TALLA1IA.SSKK FLOUIDAorF.'C In Texa the X*.w Cm m t.sinii.l i to ewet-p clean.Capt. .- place. Liberal price* paid for old Iron, Copper anti Black arid 2d Mourning and Colored BaregvB, Dagucmau materials for

Ann-tig the above JIf be? f-juud a very rare and *: AT 'IIL COUKT HOUSE. John Duncan) of M.Ma-jord.i. wh-> |>urchase.l the ra.-> Blaek. Colored and Embroidered Tissues, sale.KUHNS BAILEY.

, .. cLoicc eelefti' n ofLadles January 23, 1PM. 4 first' two Bin" mlil in Texas, ilacliin.i t'lat' it'he had All Utters must \adilrcpspd (post paid) to Plain and Printed Hernamy, February 11,1854. 8 ly'
-1 Blnek and 2d and Colored
i s. Mourning Gijgham
( FiiiC Dress tCt! ii'C'-iviil them in time co have Clnrtf-d his \v lifle er.p. it .1. N. ShINE CTitllahisscena.(

ciiitirig ii. pLIt of Spring and SummerC1DtJaiI1 would )have innil. a diiFetccctf cffroin t.Y">J to :;i OU 3laieli 11, ISZ-I. In of nil fjualitica, MONTICELLO HOTEL.
and of all
il.llars l in his f.ncr. h1ing: Insertings descriptions,
Br K.ide Siik Uer.ige Robca, SoH-l CoI'd ..; APT. NEWMAN
Pnra-i.'ls Parnsolets baring closed L. flctrI,
Tl.e 00;i iiah (;iii. P. B. BRO RAW'S C<;l"red alit ,
are! warrni'il{ ltopit'k t l.r i"0' pounds ;r .
fl1! Fl UICll
'i :'. 4-4 Hlick Silk, Black aud 2d Mournine Parasols and Parasolets and the subscriber having purchased tndhttcd
ow' rctfiinf.! Hi hid well known Mauu oj A. 15CLA of lint in ]l-'hour--. The -S jirh Cins;g will do fi.inlOi.'U ,
It-jljc" White Ficnch
: : : J'ancy .SilkCVaj ', }- N LIVERY AND SUE STABLES fSloves; of all up that large and commodious Brick Buildiw
I to I 1200) ) -f lint ueicription ,
e de 1'iirw W ..rike.l.iliJ HKT-:, a fine lu.-.orl.r.Mjt "fi IK-III- ( in the i-a'iie tin.e. with Vioittes South of the Court House, formerly occupied as aTit1ern -
( Collar atd
j U'I|.'r n I' .ed, ui.d I t- tunas IL-; at a y.tv ( Iii nih1] TALLAHASSEi; FLORIDA.K Spring Cnpei ,
I II iVlainea
.P? t 1t tivw auJ P.-rage: READY-M1t IJ. CLOTIIE'd ; Liucti Cambiic Hnndkerehiefs by Mr. Goodbread. and known then as the Banner

,, :i s i1ty ( I, Fi;urcJ Chaliics! 14itmll. f .r Spiii-g pud Summer M'car, cumjiriaing inmrt in case: ol failure: v ilh proper ui *go, th.vs ill bu made House, takes this method of informing the public tttbe

i: ; A' fc-dil Ojl'd Tan, P.rovn, CJmlloy H'-ragc. I the fulluwiiag uitiolfs: ri iii K Pr-prietor would in- Saddlery.iijV has converted the said building into a Hotel, sod
t. _$. Drals, bteclc Orecu, PiiiJ'c.J Lawn. | Hi-own, itnd \VlJtc-; Navy Drill Fioek delivered at the
'- ,:- Pink, Ku-! HUck and Ti'-m-i! diT.rcnt! stylcc.While Faniy iind White Linen Di ill do do do be nenrert depot r hm.liu-j t to thepurrhni.fr pubh.. that lie hiiis rt built _ Gents Patent Leather. Eutanl Saddles, pains or expense will be spared to render those comfcftr
1 Utra .1u4iutiofa11 UnJidc.'ir. urlda Man furni-jhu.' to t-et the (Jiuruuning.T hi-i LJriek Stables, at the old! fctnnd. and is Spanioh liery
kA cs, t'loud an-l White 1'f.wk Hiid Hack CoaU large now able who may visit his bouse. The well knowt *-
; dj\ tiial,
Cnt'b tOil I "
1f"1i. ALSO a full a"soitinc.al <>f .Sttiju.an! "etrir.an.are eon
:r.z I/icvs unl Ktn'oroiJeti.'*, llat anl Capn, Wk uuJ CM'd Drnp d'Kta Sack and Frock Coat lliere will be a
I''juri''t in.I 'I niuuiinj-), l fl.st! anl I Ix .Si''c-i! (1) d-> Summer Cloth do do ut the 1'iick Sloie ici-cutlv, d bvMe rniith tt'Lop, when* he will have dotie all kinds of I' IS Spanish December 24e 1853. 51'

I'.tra.l uui'y! nti-J Willow; Ware.tUnvs White and C.l'd D.iil I'antrJ T8. K.:; T. Taylor t'- Co. fur the hale of their wtwfiius. I ri..ntati
( I H')sc.At, Harilniire and Cr.tlery, l'Lil" l.Lt,(.11t.I 1nt in the very bent ruiaimucr and Avith promptncks nnd Bridles. Martingales Riding, Buggy and Carriage To THE PLASTERS OF FLORIDA.

.ot:' : LvJics ( aitci, llillowir jiiiu 3r .ii, Fano C.i-inorc 4. for Summer war All ci'inrnurrcation.vl.lrc'cM to tho, Agcut nt Tab thu.1.ateb. Whips, Valises. Carpet Bags, Ac, tc. Cotton Seed-No Humbug.

4J, 4jt "';CH nfl Itii-Vins do do lia-t-iee, will meet with prompt! at tent i. n. November 5, 153. 44 Hardware and Cutlery T'HE undersigned, note in llissisoipt.i but PK)5 '

: Deem, (1uidp Fancy an-l \ I.itc MarbC-illeB Vests, JOhN WAKD\VILL: A MT. Knives and Forks, Pen and Pocket Knives. Guns, J. return home, has made arrangements with ILl

A'jl ill AW articles require bv the counliy iti'tl.e r\ Lijht piing Silk Vfett). P. S.-Tlt-n: Cm; 1* ran h b > ?eenini.piuti.ntni, Slvrt MILES NASH At CO. Shot Pouches, Ponder Flasks und Game Bags.Trunk. most careful Planters in the selection and improrementof -

., tuVti.tial 1 n a reJviit.! tfiii 1 u lino lhau, our tl>K.k! C'-iisi-ts!iiu-l i iHtlier wind -ALSOA C.lt.iii ut I it..' (('iIiI.IIi'i iiiiit <>f tli" :>.\t (.iuniii'j Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c., Box.D,* ,Cast Steel Spades and Shovels seed, to tupply him with Cotton Seed for lbs

, 1e r!, 111 put-> cut ripIfSI. j'-n'.ial uttonnMit .,f Hliirtb. C.llars. Olovca. Cravat M<.:-I*: ! //t' *, I II I.. I Druwen) *, I I'li'lirrhiil I, 1 i t. and WOULD Blacksmith" Bellows Hammers Anvil. Stocks
% 1iiil 15. $. 15 I) C. WILSON. iety i vat i"us oth- I H.v.I.-y. (C.iv. J.n! liniiM-li i.ndV.. F. Llovd.of i on hind: a good aiwrtim-nt, of such Iron. purest and best sorts, and will engage to ftirmV- ?
-- -- -._ tI at ti.e! 1'". Iid.II4'l't. to tuei1I'jLj. Lvon ('..f.ntv : (ill. IJ. I F. NX hitnci, ..f'Ja.l-.lfn, *('o artie'! ii.-j me generally kept in their Hue of business, and Dies' Screw-plates, Vices. Hoes, Corn Shelters, Planters of Florida with better seed than lTare crtf

tj44i PVt) .4kT1p I'. VthY, a. II. M.DODY A full lu-irittni.'iit <4' (*I.'tips. (!;-bim
& DAVIDSON licli the. tubn"nb i h )>nptiicd to inanufactiiic to '4'I'iI:. ti C. 'I. ( 1. ... ti,, I C'aiPt. terms shull! ho reasoimble.'I'idhihiavsee Chains, &c tc. the seed to the order ef the Planter io St iKrti *

uril.'r 't iioti'-e, iu the moat appro''vl. cd I I i'1, 'if.!, phi, ('u'i't% and .I (y_ 1L.likcatid -, I' I ii 'th. I R3. I 4 Groceries.Suprar.Teas.Coflee: Newport, during the next fall or winter, and will produce

iV' V1 Li7il, lP. ini'1,, l kt poaeitle iiuiijutr. All in want of guf.d> : C 1. It. I liii i I,.., ol M.ili.vi y_ Rice, Best Pale Ofard Brandy certificates,attested,as to the ebamter ii the r-

klZ'.4: : S 'UICV. l'LOHIDA.a.i'v Cl-.il.ir.g call. I i ; p. tter !ren the 1i1L.s d.tnuft'tu, ,, Waknlla Iron Works Old Kye Whiskey, Rectified Whiskey, Gin. Rum. tides furni-.hed, and the standing cf the nanter *w

: T7i.L i' ".* l'l: I :' f FJ.rH.i, :::1TOrdcr& from the country prrmptlv attendeJto.'hy ruv.i1icch ltl.w, givt' eow idea of the value o( Wine, Sherry and Madeira, Tobacco, SnutF, Cigars, whom they are obtained. The kinds IUIWJI4

ti: ; :' :. L u J 1 J-i Ui Lipttrii 'J'.uKtie* cf \Vet Floi ida.aiiKe .- A. II. ClAlrilE.: this Gin fur Long Staple Cotton. Nr.WPOKT, FLORIDA.S Candles ftiid'Soap With R variety of other articles be the Big White Mexican, the Tick, tIti

iti Ail + eutfurtfJ tu their c. r* wJlreCtirc jironjjitttuti March 18, 1W1._ 11_ V I1I Colnblishmont is now in full operation. All too numerous t(1 insert here. Little Brown. The Bi? White 3texicau are 1

ti2'>*k in.iW.nber. In Leon Circuit Court. IIOLftikt, Mzua. A1 ru 4, ] S14.S. _L (>flIers will be attended to with jiromptueBa, nod TalLthawe. Marc-b 18. 1664. 11 sought after in Mississippi M' this most relialU i ibnt'will tt9'

'ni': >, 1 Htch. supply either of the'otRcra if desired.
BILL FOIl ACCOUNT AND DISTRIBUTION Notice. Planters wl-hine Seed. can address Lim At MI4C
All kiwis of work, such its Steam Wink, Mill Work,
Urar !ir We
: ij' Land for Sale. Hal -y T. iJ''K-kor'! SI ii tIT jn..1 >jtoffiio adinini tratorif bale of Ir.land uud i-lhor: bare used the few- Gin Gearing, Sugar Mill, Circular Saw Machinery 4 LL persons interested will take notice that six Court House, Florida, poet-raid

,1 I 'T.L i..41! tr-y pnni-iti.ii! : < n trmi that are teas the F.Mat: sof Ori-hnm; IIass i and! Charles llavi which sea wabgiuneJ on long uple Cott.-n .Shafting, Pulh-j e, Hungers. Plough Castings Braes J\_ im'Cths after the first publication of this adver- J SEP11 L. ttJTrQ ;
o-ub'ea.-il I iKv-iciisnoJa'in to tbe piirchascr. It #, dtceaeed, cumJJl4iiPzuit, you eay your Cuttou Ousting Ac.; also, Sugar Kettles, of any size, kept tfcomcnt. I intend to apply to the Hon. Judge of April 29. 1834. IT If_

!!I .% in Jplfci oi C J.uutv, Fla., t-i,. hlecn uales East 4)1 Gin.We regret ;in not Imung a ]larfcr 'on&tautly' on hnnd. All work done in such un cslabH.hment Probates of Leon County ft'r a diccharge from my Notice.

:fIi.u4Pk.E. m the ucfiiKbubood Waukeenah.. It William, N. JIae i mlniinintrntor of John Ilavi*. dc Cotton to work i-upply .f thi will be done by us. with a particular regard Administratorship of the estate of William H, Brock-
ifcWice; laiiiuulia KOC>'! repair, will two hundred ceoac'l. u'itl l nga'UBt' Nnncy Lie, HIM] William Lewis would enable II.T.-J through to : u larger quantity to the strength and durability of the work. enbrough. deceased. ALL persons having demands agair.st the> jH

an J wxty uereu cleared. Lan-1 biueis dine and bcrur mid Mary, his wifc.wiJ Jetbe JJaxia, diftud- lative ineiita of us judffe Cotton more Gin conc"tly user tho us to the re- Comjteteut Workmen always in readiness to put up ELLEN A. BROCKENBBOUGH, Adm't Wy Green, cleceased,late, of Lace &< "

>uuretve. ANDERSON" PEELER. auU.TT roller Oin.With your couimou Engines, ttc.Ternm June iT. 1854. 24-6m must present theii to the Bodersigned1"

s- {i MayC. U.r!>4. 18 tf appealing to the C.uit, by affidavit, that defend- the will 1 lie liberal, and all work done strictly for prescribed by law. or thu notice vdl j
our experiments on lot
YORK. William N. hay,,. ittid n U-youd the limit received of the that of Cotton cash, or accepted orders on seme bu&iuesa firm iu this Notice.S bar of their reooTery ; and idl pasonto*'
NEW wo are opinion >our Cotton Gin
<>f this Slate but within the United Statfts, und that dot's iiot the of 'the Cotton place, Tallnlmssec, or Qnincy.Libtral months after the date of this notice, I shall requested to toakft pftynient Immediately.

c$ BREWER &. CALDWELL, defendants WilHaui Ixwie, and Nary, his wife and there i ii'nn injuro improvement Staple in the cvcnnes ,and and elfanli-that prices juud for old! Iron. Copper and Brass. make npplicati.m to the Judge of Probate of Madison E. T BLOCKRISbezi.

v SUCCESSORS TO CEXTEIl: A CO, Jeme IIai, ntide in the Slate of Fk-iida, but not in ness of f the fibre, \> hich will materially* increase the All letters must be addressed (post paid) to County, Florida. for my discharge as administrator & and 1Z-GCIQ Adfl21'
the Middle Circuit: 2L1LTOND A CO. July !2. 1864. 8wMdion 29
. of John Coleman, deceased.
COMMISSION value of the article stud reduce the cost of Mauufkctuiinj
GENERAL MERCHANTS, It M oidrred, Thut the defendant Williiun N. Havis January 21,1854 8 New Poet. Fla. VANS RlNDELL Adm'r.
l JVV. 20 OLD HUP. ; :. Ci'tt-it Court. Middle drtnU -
lo mid the bill filed
i appear niwwer in or before the May 20,1$04. 20 6m
13. 3J tirst Monday in Dicembur next, and Unit said William However then are questions -B-hicli can bo more Copper, Tin, and SheetIronMANUFACTORY. fallTin 1834. Attacbment Sum'swort

Ix-wio and ilarv Li-uin. his wife, and] Jci-cc Havis do HatisfucU'rily settled by 4jxjHrimeiiti '.n a larger Notice. $ 'ia 82-100.
Notice.NOTICE feale and in order to thin .
p hope you 1.
also Ricl
ait-1 3jy.
., appear ubsvr-r the wild bill on or t before the \ ill i.ci able to furiiisli OIX. months after date I shall final ac' '
;is hert-bv given to all persona )liming claims tirt Monday in October next otherwise tho \ larger tiipplioa r>f long ttaple present my VP-

I : the (ettO ,fGffiti M. Fletcher, latch bill thall lx taken pro; con fen o against them couiphiiuaut's Cotton ginned by your Sea. Island Cotton Giu. THE Subscribers inform the dtixens of Tal O count and vouchers to the Judge of Probate oUadifon E. Wilmot Walter, George H. Walter, md
to them to theumlcrMjrn.'l Yours Truly, and the surrounding country, thai County, as administrator of Lucy Roberta Merchants and Partner wfcg tliS '
d.oustd, of ( Ndcn County, proeent respectively ; und it is further ordered that publica T. Walker ,
Ekcrulor vithin the time prrseiibed by lion 4 sf I this ordtr be made in one of the Tidlahakfteepnpen (Signed) J. L. DAVIS, Agent. they are now prepared to furnish custoueri and.aak- to be-discharged from my administratorship. and style of Walters 4 Walker. ; tak.rpHE .

} ,. law. othirwi-c) thin notice will be pleaded! in bar; and once a week for four months preceding said Hadley Folks Co. Mill with all kinds of ware, wholesale and retail, in their JAMES ROBERTS. 4dm'r.MayG,1854. DefeodanU, aud sj I; otherjcted !iI J

till thoso in-U-Ue.1 to bald estate arc roquctted to make I st Monday in December next June 10. 1851. 23 tf title"of business. 18 6m 1 notice of the eo epeemeatom. b

Ordered at Chambers The Subscribers call the attention of the public to I DuPONT attachment and sri bmby nonned to
k p.ivniout innufJiutely.ZABUD Anut( 1st A. I). 18S4. JOSEPH II. ,
: '.t FLETCHER, Executor. AT CiiAMuriu. J. WAYLE3 BAKER, New Store. their assortment of Parlor, Cooking, and Wood Stooa, plead to the declaration therein filed.

f July I,1f5I. 2ft 8w August 6, 18M. 31 4m Judge. subscriber' ha purchased the stock of of the latest style ; all trimmed iu complete order, at TTY Air LLiW, POPE & MAYS, Plamti _;
THE goods the lowest market price. Please call and examine FLORIDA, 29. __ _
QUINCY, July.S2.1854-
t;: Notice. ERSKINE & DILWORTJLATTORNEYS hayward A Randolph, and intends keeping a before purchasing elsewhere. Also, Brittannia and
general assortment. His present stock i is well assorted Japanned Ware, Lead Pipe; Sheet Zino Sheet Lead TI7ILL continue to occupy thence recently xaW .1 "Tobacco.

APPLICATION vill bo ruadc to the next General AT LAW, and he inTite nil hia friends to call and see him.He Housework, Roofing, Faucy Heads; for ,gutters' Out p4ed by tin lat-i firm of C. H. 4.J.1 H. DuPont, Wi01" "
r fur* Charter construct pledge liimself to sell on an good terms to i in the adjacent CountiesCot. the Middle 1argetctb I"14
as work and practice JUSTreceved& 'jIi !
HUNTICKLLO any tering Pipes-Shop of hf
.1 ;i Plank R-'H-l from PaUtka to tonic [oint I'D Marion,' ANn QIINCy.an House in the city. with iwNtiuees and despatch. eyery description- and Western Circuits He will' ho attend the terms WhiCh to %! ?W1LO4{ -

; 1: C.jiinty. nrar r'r t !'Ikauj'y. ED'KT'II Qubwy-W. 5. lfl.wiuBl, MvutictlluJuh THOS. P. RAXDOLI'H. WHITE A SLUSSBR.Ovlobcr .f tbe Supreme Court iu Tallahassee and Marianna.I at cost M3 charges.

; .uiut I 3: 33 i, ISJi 2V )ly :' ( l P, 1603. i'O tf January 7, ISO 1. 1 April 22 1854. *'