The Floridian & journal
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079928/00279
 Material Information
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 9, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
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lccn - sn 83016259
System ID: UF00079928:00279
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY AUTHORITY. I!I Parkman, Dexter; Pleiscnt. '. Vale. and Newj -F1Om \,.;i-;l1-; by K DdaU'8 Mills, and -Fton UoUiv. ,:lo tbe' attr.adJlppoV. .f. 'From .Brandon,-by .udt wv,.. O i*Scbagticoke, OWHt&SJfcE.tiusIrtJTWi -"-,_. Jdc',4.wooi- :: ti- :h

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ST..TES'jPull1lc. From Newcastle, to Bristol. From AVatefville, by Benton, Clinton Barn- to Wiocheodoa.'\_ 'From' BrattTeboroogh, by West Dummcrston FrroSftkMa. i .b Spf1_.W" *. "f.AIiII" :'L'r.' "F :.,.

[ N'o. 72.] 1 1'S I From North Anson, by West Emden, ham Village) East Pittsfiel.T Detroit, Ply.mouU From Keene, by Sullivan, and Gilsrun to aodTayptt-ville. townahend. .From Sherburne bjr KactiPitiafieM 4 .
North New Portland East New Ktna: Ceatre, Carmel, and Ilermon to Ma rlow. From Brattleboron '* ; : ..
jC't to establish certain post roads. I 1 Portland,I h,,. by West Dummer- toStockbnige. 1". z', 'ft c>
: [fr COXTI, t'ATIOX.] i ifrolll I and Freeman to :3tron,. i iI Bangor. I From Keene by Chesterfield Factory, and ston. Fayettcvillr, Wiffiamsville: and Dover, From St.Alb nsb1Eajjfr .ft1 "... ,''',
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Bockfield, by Summer, to West!I I i From North Anson, by West Anson, and I II From Waterboro; Centre, by Limerick and Chesterfield to Bra deborough"Fro to Wilmington. lin, East 'Franklin,, rand Welt ',1 i'.,
I 4, East New Vineyard, to New Vineyard. Limi-igton to Statidishi.Fr.ru I l Keene, by Swaozey, to Rich From 8rattle ronfb by Dommerston. Put Bershi'e.From ; ..o't".. '.

"mtr.:Buekfi.IJ, by East Summer, Hart. From Noith Anson, by Emden, Solon, Waldnboro, by South "Waldoboro! mo uid. J ney, West minster and Walpole.New Hampshire St. Albaos' by Swutoo ct fltzi.t = :f f' .

and Canton Mi Is, to Canton. .I Bingham and Canitunk, to the Forks. ] and, Fiieiid- hip to Cu hing. j From Kingston, by Danville and San- ,to Bellow's. Falls Vermont. H.Igusate. '. -41,1 ,.?..'.,. '

jIr't'Ffrm Buck porf, by Oiland, North Blue i I From North Anton, by Emden Centre, to : From \\ ulci ford, liy North Waterford, .down. to Eabtchester. From Brattleboroogh by West ,Brattlebo. Frnntst: Albans to Swaoto 1) u _. ,j.-\fI. ; >" .-
/Ml Blue Hill, Blue Hill Fal's, North Sodgenilt. Concord. ) East Stoneliam, North Lorell, and Centre From Lake Village, by West Alton, to rough Marlborough Wilmington l S an burg From''St. (Iban. by ShkI.at-j.c ":*rf ;
and L ore!!, to Lorell. Alton and VVoodford to ,Be do .J :
From Noith Lincoln Chester Bay. ninston. -
by !I JYe EnQ.ibta
attd Deer South "JaE.VlIL.
lelej to Deer h.1 .
fruni Cains by. Will ttH\'n, ( West Indian Township. toNickerton. j I F om Wilton, by North Wilton, to Temple From Lancaster, by Jefferson Mills, toJefferson. From Brattleborongh hy Guilford, Gni'tonal From St. Alani"r, Icro. ,E _i 1'1.
Fmin Xtlt th rwiclIt,. South Sandford, ) Mills. ( C.mmtre, GreenRiver, Halifax, West Halifax, Falls and East B k&* -RiC'bmrd-1 eekrgh. .
;,rguC'S Falls, Baileyville, Prindetoxxn, Sandford, SpringcIe, Alfied and Wuterborourh. Fiom Winthrop, }by Wayne, East Livernv I From Lancaster by Jefferson Mills, Jefferson |i.Jacksonville Whiuinghnm. Readsboroogh, tram Stratford by-Math- 8t1a1l0rd .r,'
) Jackson "
V.jiite, Topsfield, uttl'r. and ; ;
{ to Wiiterboroujrh Centre. : ', \oith Livermore, Canton, Dix- Kilkenny, Randolph, Gorham, Shelburne HeartxvellvMe, and Stamford. to North Adams nion 'V illage to J'orapanoosac. U'r
fid 1ds, Oiictit, Amity, and Hog'tin, to Hulton. rid id! Iexico: Fast Rumord, to Bryants'IVnd. :'
Portland i'cad and West Massachusetts.Frmn .
: From North New by Lexington \ Bethel to Beth From Steven's Village to Lower Water. .' .w
: and Dead River, to Fhg StafT. el. Bridgewater, by Woodstock, Taftsvi'Ie ford. "* f" '. T ,
from Camden, by II op'. McLains Mills, FromOl'w:, by Waterfoid, South Waterford From Winthrop. by Waynes North LI.'ds.1! From Lisbon, by Sugar Hit!, to Franco. and Quechee Village, to the Railroad From St Job bary. fir St. ; .' -
>,tUth) Apploton! to JSe.irsmontJ'rorn JohnsBmy :.
a and( Sweden; to Lore'l.' North Turner Bridge, North Turner, nia. I Station.a Centre, Lvndorr' I."ndonC ntre .
Camen! to North lla'en.Fr I Sntton .',,-
Charlotte W iddvtem I From Orono, by Ljp'rsti1Ivatcr. O'.dtown'! Strat'ord' RuckfielJ, West Buekfield, and Parts 'I From Littleton, by Whitefield, to Lancas From Burlington, by Winooski Falls, I Barton, Browington and Derby t 0erbr
.n by pa, ant I 1 Alton and LaGrane; to Kilmarnot-k. to /utP. PtrFrnm ter. Paine ville, Colchester( West Milton Milton j Li ne. : .
COCJ/M\, 'll Alexander.Fi From Oldtown, Ity Argyle, and Edinburgh} Wiscasjet by Dresden Mills and From 'Lnxrrr Bartlett, by Jackson, and East Geoigh. Georgia, St. Albans, SW nton.Iburoh From St. Johnsbury- Danville--.t"" :, r : .l 0 J'. _'
, 'iu CherrxfiL-ld- by Beddinglon, to Del- to How land. Dresden to Richmond.: Pinkham's (;rat, to Goham. I .U Alhurgh Springs, and West Alurgh -. From St Jnh n5b fb r-1t _, 1- .
lox s."From. From WiscassM-t. by Aba, Whitfield, and'' L I 'I. to Rouse's Point New L .k 'io ; (!
'\ From Pnil :1dnll1p a'fh Endfield, and From )man and North Lyman, to Lower York. \ tncdCmeordxndncaster 'IaD "
Dennysxille, Pembroke, and I I East Pittston and Pittston, to Gardiner. 'I Form ob rgt"fi ;
I Lowell! to Burlington. Waterford. Burlington, by South Heroto Pittsburgh La New Hampshire. -r'
Robbi '!.m, to lied Be.irli. From Wisca-set, hy Noith Edgecomb, Ed. Manch I New York. ; .; .
From Putton, f by I'mcolcus 3Iasardi3, and From "stpr, by Auburn, Chester From St Jobnsbnry by .
I Dover South Mills and I LoworJETatBC' .
From Dexter, by Aroo-took, tu Fort Kent. g-comb, North Boothbay, and Boothbay, tll. Hampstead and Atkinson, to Haverhill, From Burlington, by St George Hines- ford and Waterford to Littleton '.
West Duver. to Dover.From !: From Paris, by North Paris \\est Sumnl'r, I Hodgeons Mi Is. I I Massachusetts. ); burgh and Monkton to Vergennes. .NevHiapshire. .....- .;.: "
Dexter by Wrst Dover, Dover, Sumner East Sumner Hartford Canton ; Fiom Yarmouth, I by North Yarmcut, Enst Manchester '! From St. .I.;
South Mills and Dover, tn Foxcroft. Mills From by Auburn, Candia, Burlington, by George Hineshurg From South Royalton by TlDbrid .
Peru !, t to Canton. North Yarmouth, )Poland, W- st Durham South Deerfield, Deerfield Nottingham, Lee, I, t larkborough, Bristol, and New Haven Mills Chelsea -;.JIi- \ .
from D-xficld by and Canton Mills
From, Plantnti Number Eleven, called Du ham, Lisbon, Webster and Whales to Wadl Falls to Middlt-burg. .. --. .." f' .
tnd! Livcnnoie, to Strickland Ferry, Dojjot. ns and {J' to New Market I I From Sxvr.niTn, bvHl ngate," Ftt.nTuJD; <' ....
Arooitock, to the east line of the State by Monmouth. I From Mason Village, by New Ipswick, From Canaan to Pittsburg, New Hamp l Erjst: Franklin and \VtstBtuvbire: 10:Ri'! '> -
Pn-sque Isle, and Fort Faiatield Plantation6. NEW HAMPSHIRE. and Terrrple Peterborough. ford. _.
From Dixm *nt, t by North Dixmonr, liv I shire.From ; .j
mouth, to Ej ewport. F om Amherst by Milford, East "'II. !I From )fer'tdithIlagt, by Centre liar i| Cherter by Andover to Weston. From Swanton by West Swsntoo .Atburgh. : I,

From Dover, by East Dover, South Se Fri'm Portland, by Falmouth, Cumberland,, ton, Mason and Mason Village to New lp*. j bor, Mouttmwoiongh, Sandwich, and North ;I From Chester Village: by Ringx'ille, to Albargh Springs, and' West, Alburgb) ," ::', .
bee, Milo, Kilmarnock, and Maxfield to" I, Varmnuth, New Gloucester; Upper Gloucester which. I S andwich) ,,{(o Tainxvorth. I I Worthington.- to Rouse's Point, New,Y"-rk. .'. >,,. ;. .

How I a iid. t West Daiiville, D.inyille l East Portland, From Barrington by Centre Stafford and : From AlWedith Village, by Centre Har. '1 From Danby by Mount Tabor to Weston. From Troy to North Troy. ',: : -.:.' .. .

rromIn&t Corinth, by Charleston, At : Minnot J Mechanics Falls, South Pari*, North I Centie Barnstead to Bani-tead. : bor, Mouttditborongh' Sandwich, South Tamworth From Troy by W Newport, Coaventry > '

Ihson: ? ,North Atkinson Sebec,and Williams. ;, Pais! Bryants Pond, Lorkes Mills, Bethel, From Beilin Falls by Beilin to Milan. I Tamxvortb, Tainxvorth Iron Works, I From Danville,by Walden, East Hardwick, and Irasbnrjr to Barton. ,. .;:; ._
bcgh, to Brownsville.Fiom : We.-t Bethel, (;ilead. Sht'lhurne, New HampI From Bradtord' by Newbary and Newport Eaton, Conway, and Contre Conway, to Fry. ,I Hardwick, Greensborough; and Craftsburg, to I From Vergenrc-i bv Addis'rn nridjieport.: "

Eat Machias, by Whiting, and I. t>'. Gotham, Berlin, Falls, Berlin Milan, to Claremont I bugh )bsin.FnimNaslmua. I, North Craftsbnry Shoreman, OrfiH".n3on! ', and West Haven *1. J

Wt-Bt Lubec, to Luliec. Dmnmer: Stark, Northumberland, Stratford, From Bristol by Bridgewater, and Hebron ; by South Merrirmck, Amberst I From Esst Barnard to Royalton I to White Hair, NexxYork.. ""S/ ... "

From. East Machias, bv north Cutler! tn I j), and IHoomfifld( Vermont to Briglitnn.I to Grot on. I Ness Boston and South \r care to I From East Bershire, by. Montgomery, to From Waterford to Littleton, New.HarnpsUr.'e. -...r .. y
Cutler.From. From Portland, by Falmouth, Cumberland; From Bristol by BiHgewater and WeilPlymouth \eare. Montgomery Centre. t .

() the East line of the State, by Fort, i North Yarmouth, Fieeport; and Brunswick, j to HumfleI "\'. I From Nashua, by South Merrimack and I I From East Bnrke, by Victory Grand by From 'V t rburj'bJ',. StoW and-MbrrisvUIe -rt* .j ",
to Bath. From Brookline Milford, to East IIton. II and Guildhall to Northumberland New Hampshire. to Hyde Park ._ .
Fan,fie! !, Manchester, and Pre 'lue Isle to' I. to ailroad Depot at f I ** _.
AmoetookFom | From I Portland, by Stephen Plains, West t I It Pepperville. I From Naihaa! : by South Merrimack, ,\m. Frmn Wethersfield, by Ascotneyrilfr ,- ,
Eat Edilington! by Amherst, Aurora, Futmollthr4'1't Cumberland, (;r:1W' -t.t i-Vo-ti Canterbury Depot by Canterbury j herst, Mount Vernon, Francistoxvn, Hills I,[ From East Thetford by Thetfard Post West Claremont to Claremont Depot. :. .'

',V*"K.y and Crawford, to Baileyxille.Finin Gloucester, ard: Poland, Mechanics Fall?. 1 I to Shake-s Village. borough, Washington, East Dempster, and Mills Vi lage, West Fairtee and Vershire to From Weil's River to Ryegatr ._ '; ",. .::..

Ellsworth, by Oiland, : Bucksport I From Portland, by Oak Hill, Saco, Biddf-! From Chai-lestown by Acworth to Lcrnpfetor. and Unity to Claremont Chelsea. I From West Milton, by South.Hero,:Grand -..
Prospecl Ferry, Prospect, South Prospect Itp tp, ford, K.'iiiK-bunk Dpot, 1 Kenncbunk, Vls! :. From :Newport, l by Croydon Flats, Cro). From Factory Point, by Winhall. Peru, II Isndsgrove le, North Hero and Isle LapNocr" to AU ". :.

.r.. and StatFport.to Belfast : Depot, Noith Berwick, and Elliot!, to Porte From Chester by Derry to Lawrence ; ;: don and West Enfield, to Lebanon. L< Londonderry, South Londonderry -,1b _..1'.. .
i niuuth) New 1IlIni'llil't", From North Charleston to Unity. and Simonsville to Chester. I From West RatIan J
Massachusetts. .
; Fioni, El!'worth, to Wattham.From ,j I ,b.r. .JP.rdoli i pJ a :: :_
From Portland, Yarmouth, Frceport. From Noitl.-unicerand, Eummei From Fairfax to Fletcher. Ira Thrnouth
'. ElUxv.vth! ? by Jurry, Bine Hill, Pe- by Fmni ClarenKnt by Cornish Flits., Meii- by Stark. and Danby Foar{Comers to .;.-
tiobscot, ju.d Nonh Castine: lo Canine. Brunswick i Tojisha.i' Bowdoinham. : Hieh.in'Mii .. ', den: anJ East Plainfifld! !Iii L"-banon.Fiom Milan J Berlin, and Belin: Falls, to From Fairfax to Back Hollow. Danby. :-..4
r From Ellsworth! by Wei TrelltolEdt'1, Rnsedale, (;I1rdi 111.1' Pittoton, I J'anninij-) Conconl) by Weft Concord, ), Hopkinton I;"-II\ln j 1 From Fairfax to ,\estf rtl. From Wrst Towntcnd, by South Windham nf a.

IIlId! mount Desert, to South West Ilaibor. I"- dale! and IIillo\\tl, !, to ,\u'Jq- trj. I! Contotook, \ lltgl:11 1I'r: Brad. t' From Northumberland, Stratford.. : Loxver From Fahmfax to Georgia Depot. to Windham.Frorn '. ,
From Po'tlund; )h\' South Windhnm, \ d..1 J 1,,rd, Newbuty, aid Newport to Clareinont. Columbia' Co'uir.bia: ( VLuiook, ai nd From Grlfttl:1 by Housrtitotisvilleand C Wind-.I 'White River Junction( by Hanover, :: ,

From Ellsworth, Hancock, Wo,t Sullivan.Sullivan ,. ham, Ni Widiiain:' ", Ila\. r.it'iid, aid: .Naj 1'!('' ,' \\.-tl'wat.tI\\'n: t to (Ullaall. ham to Londonderry. I V Hampshire. Xorwi'h Vermont, Ulli :_ .
tl) J1,i/-r..t'l\1., i; Urom Oil Mil 1 xillaj" l 1.Ent Wenr From Ilarlland Depot by Hartland Wood- V illage, .
EaM Sullivan, West Goldshnro; I), o I From "onrord! bv Canterbury, Samborntun ( Lym New UamjJ5hire ..' ;
(jojdsbofo; and: Stenben' [II:11 rIlUgus. From Portland! ) I his, aeciripji. (;nrinr.1' I Bii.Jye, Sanbornton! ,, Ea: -t Sanbonlo'irnth ,, W"lrl', Deeiinu i I HilUborotigh I Bridge, arid stork and Bernard to Bethel. I I' Xortb TJetfl1f'd '' ui>iiv, .'East, 11H_. -trord. \jr'... _... :
W-f (;"rllIII:111: : lisls, Steep I-'al1. I 1:1"1: I I 11 I i1l-lromzh, t'Vntie East From Irasbnrgh, by Broxvnington Centre ''fori: New .
From Ell'xvorth! !by \o'tfllJlIlc..dfrallk.I \ S. nl>oi"t',:j, ( ;iuiltoid! l.'lkt."III {*. !o Washington.From Hampshire Fairiee VermontPier. "j T
*-.i.1.\\! in. \\\-l Brildxvin: Ilirarn, Brownlu-ld, :' PIIwrlilI Vill by South .\c.wurth and Eat Charleston to Brighton. [ m nut New Hatnpshi South '
: : Bradfo-d
In. !rrlgRIlu*, IJairington' Columbia! : Ji) ClIuJljlton! ) ), HVirs Blid1l'I't'lih! u ige I e, Ver-.r ,4 '.
IJe lltrn, Whitnoyiilh,. ,*, MachaR Iijii"g'i' : and Centte Conway, New llanbl.iiv. 1- Village, IJoldern-i '. "..

From Elfc!| \f't )h, by Zildni, .x orthIan.. S In Conway.From I'umnvy, West Rumney, ond Wentworth ; oit. I, Massachusetts, and Criswoldvfl.eto : Vennont, Will's_ Raver'UcInoO'S_ : "...* a-5L.
srillc, Ani*<..*r>t, Aurora, I,) GrnlL Pond.Fium Piescjue Isle, by I, 'tidon, Van Bnrc-n to \rnrr 'n. From Pittsfield, by Barnstead, and Lower; a) hf'lhurFRls.: i i Falls Barnet, 'and 'Pasuuislc "to St. Johns >'
Extcr, by Wtst Garland, South West Van Bmen! Mndawaska and Wrst Madawafeka :L- From Conconl I by ChicheFter. North I GiLnanlon! to t iibnanton. I' Fiom Johnson! by Hyde P.irk: Morrisx-ille, I! bury.I .: ,

Saujrei; field, n.ni GuilfoH, to AbbotFIOTJ to I Fort K"-i.t ':, Che ter, Pittf-fieh!, Banistcad; Stallbrd.and I From PitUtield: by Barnstend: BarnstertdCectre and Wolrot t.> Norih Cra tsburgh.From I; from Windsor by Brownsville 'Ff Ichvflfinper __. .
From Pre' I-'e: to Number EI,> North Scuth Alton J hm(1! l 11\ North Ih le Park.E- : fT F&Ua .
Farmi'iglon) i by: E1tH Strong New qui1 \'cn. Ha; II iu;:ton, to Dover. B-irnsU-ad, and ., and Cavendish to ProctorfT '- .: -
Vineyard, and New Portland, to Kingsf.cM. .. ,. I'ange t he Aroostouk.Fiom | Fiom Concord: by London, Loudon Bridge,a to Doxviiings, MiU.; : ; dfii., Lnwdlr l' (Gl'iJ. TroJ'twport, und fl ue. ? .'. 'Ii-; ;S., '
1 Hailro.u Junction at Daunille, by I and (:filmantcn i! to Gilmanton; Iron Works.j From PI\'mouth: by Campion. CampionVillage I : t't D.'III" to Dei by Line. I From Windsor by Plainfield "New Hatnpo "..".'

r.r., <> F,,tk.s to .Motvrc Hi er. I U offs Corners, LfwistoriGu-i-n Corner,GreenLeeds ; j i From Concord by London, Loudon Lentre. : 1'trrritou.vet Thornton, "',"1.1.1 I From J..h'1tom'irltity: Huntington Starksboro'ugh. hire Hartland Vermont Noith Hartland, : ..

From G.tTb: Corner**, by Aubuin. Noitli! I Stati-jii, MoniniMjtli, \ uthrnl'! ]Ht'tf.I r. ,, Lower Gilmanton and Gilmanton IronWorks stock, Lincoln, Flume, Lafayette, and Fran- and Bristol to New Haven. I While River Junction,Hartford, West -Hartford .' :
Auburn, 1ii,rier, to Ninth Turner. field, Belgrade, and West Wateri Hie to W:1. to Alton. conia; to Lit tktucs. From Jonesville by West Bolton Under. f Sh ron.Statb Royalton Royalten Barb

I Fr-m G.-fTs, CornetX: by Ea.t Turner, an 1 !N.iIFrom{. From Concord by North Dumbarton to' From Portsmouth by Rye, to Rye bill Centre Pleasant Valley, Cambridge i (el i West Randolph West Braintee' Roxborgr' ..;.:'..

: cub Tuner, Bridge, to Livermoro Cen : the Railroad Depot, by Wetchville, Dumba'ton. Bench. I Jefferson, WatervilJe, Bakersfi-Jd, WestEnosburgh t orth6dd., lontJ E.Iil'r, "{Waterbory, '> .
tre. : to Oxford. From Concord by West Concord Mast From Portsmouth to Kitlery Maine. Enosburgh Falls and West L I Bolton Jalle.vi1l Richmond Williton e. .' .

From Gorham, by Ru\son Centre, to WestBfxton. From Railroad Depot, ]hy Oxford. OtUfield, Yard, Ilopkinton, Cou.toto3kilagc! and From tbd Railioad: Depot at Potter Place, Berkshire! to EaSr Franklin.Fiom ville and Winooski .Falls to Burlington. :4..1-. ..
F.. i i C\t'O and Edes:: Falls! to Naples.Fiom Wai"rto Btadtbid.Fiom I 1.1 l bv Wilmot Flats New, London, (;eou ge%. Lancaster New Hampshire by | From Wowlstock, by Brulgexvaler Plymouth '

I"rom Great FaIK 1 1\' Lebanon, S.nnfoid) I HI\ 111(111I1,11Elst Raymond, Casco, Conco II by Fishonille, Bo!cawen I, Mills: i and( Wendell, to t'wl'ort. ': NoJlhurnhrrland; Guildhall Vermont, 1,1 aid- and Tyson Furnace Ludlow. : '0:' "..
: and Oti-fiVM) to B"i il'1lills: : From Sanbornton Bridge, t'l Franklin. ;' S OJll., Brunswick, Lemington, and SoutliCanaan From Woodstock, Sooth Woodstock "
SpMvale, E"wtliIi I *. Acton .\.'t"1Cur. Sahisiurv l Fiaiinlin, E.i>t Andover, Andoxcr.We ; I by ..' : i
t t"-r' \ii iii \'Iton!i"W.fct: N"\\ tit: !, West 1'ar-:: From 1 Readfiebl, by Rents Mills, Fnyotte 't \n),lover UIIIIIIIIIilltntt.;u (;irafionVntfe ; From South Milton, bv Milton l Union to Canaan.Fiom I II Reading Fdbville, Upper Falls Perkinville, 4{ .

I fe-ia field Etiliighatn, New I Hampshire I L 1. :)!JitfI'th! Fax ill": Livennore Falls Jay. ( E\.I t Cair.iMC-oaan: Ellfi..lJ.t Wak-fiild, Noilh Wakefield, Osipee, Con ,; Lrndon Centre by East Burke, North Springfield and. opringSt, to Charles- T; .; .

lii!,-ham Falls, and Fieedom.to Eaton Cen- Bridge, and 1"11I tit J:i\_'. to \ htll1. Cana'in, North Eofid.!, Ea.t Lebanon, !L..It.-,. t Ire Ossipee' West ()ssij'ee and Eaton to :! Burke, Newark, East Charleston, and Derby t town New II lmps(ure. ..".;-..

lie. FI..III Readtield, by Kt'utsJill.*, Fayette, non, West L<*liinnn: to White I liver Junction Canxvay. : l to Dei by Line. I From Woodstock, by SccthPamfietPain- : .: .;.'
Flot1\ Green Depot, \bv South Leeds, I to Noith Faxe'te, South, Client-vi'.le'!! Che&tervill Vermont. ; si xlv, nine mites and back, From Springfield J by North Springfield to 'IGt"sdt"s From Manrhe ter, by South Dorset, Dorsel n fret, and Snow's Store to West Ibrtford.I.SS.ClIU8ETT8. '.
1.l-ft1. North Chester ille and Eaet Wilton x '>I East Rupert Fawlet and Wells, toGranxille. .I. :
: i to | iwi-lvo times n xxeek. with a branch from 5; ; Stat'on. I .1 ") '
"rt.11I fiuflfu.. LyParirnau and CambridgeHarmony. Wilton.i Fiantjin by Hill to Bristol. .. F.om. Station House at Berlin Falls, by Nexv York. From Attleboro by North Attleboro' to ;
j 1 to I i From Richmond to Lcxviston, (Androscog- From Concord; by P'lIIbroktAlI'>ntown 'I'i I' Beilin, Milan, Dumtner, and Cambridge, to'r' From )Ihhllt hor;. by CornwlI1Vhti"g; I I South Attleboro.From .

"Fro-n llnuijiden.; !5outli. !Hampden, South gin C II.) South, Ih'efilIt, Candia;. Rnvmoid: Epping Errol. Ludbury and Hubbardstoxx-n, to. Castle Amherst by Lererett, ShntesTrary! :-<:K>.'i ..
( -\exvburj:. Fiom Rockland by Rockport, Camden, Stiathnm,, and Gieetiland to Port&m"iilh. From Union, by nrof)1fiddnrth! "VoU t ton.i North IVsecott, New Salem! and North New "..' .

.. 5'.il"3ullt'' Motto s Corner, in Jackbon, toHuynehkUl LincuII'iI1elIl'tiIP. .,::, and East t Noilhport, I'rom Concord by Chic-heater, Empson, :: borough! and Water Village to Tul'lonbor-1 i i, From Middlesex, by. moretown and Waits- Salem to Orange. ;T1v'C. .
J:j ., U' lf4't. 'l I field. to Varren.From From Ashburnham .
'!J to t Junction, by tSardiirrv '. '
I Wu-t Noithwond, Eufet Noitwood und Nd t. j I i ugl'-' I, : -' .
rJ'flm I I by Bancroft Plantntion; ..,, From Rockland, by Ilt.unaton.Virre 1, tingfiam 'Fuinj/ike to Duiharn. j jI m I From Union Bridge Depot, by East 8m'l|i I Montpelier, XiddlE' (x. Waterbcrry, ; South Gardner, BaldxvtnsviilTempleton I '- .., .,:'. .
to Wf'ftnn. 'j I WatdoboroU'jh' Nobleboroiigli! Newcn"tle;, I From Concord bv Hooksct Amoskeag, I'I I bornton, and Upper Gilmanton to Gilman-,. Bolton, Richmond Jonesville and Williston : iliiipson, South Roylaston Athol Orang* :.,. '.::

From Hoidt-ni. }by Montieello, Br'<,ewatcr,,' Sheepsco't Bridge, Wibcass-tt, and Woo1which Maiu-lao or, Reed's Ferry, Thornton', Ferix' ton. I II i| to Burliogt.'ti.; i Wendill Depot Erving Grouts Corners -' ;-"_
and Presqix* I Ie! to F ,rt F) li.ti..fd. ., ; to Bath. Naslmn, ngsborough Massachusetts I From Wakefield, by East Wakefield, and From Middleburg by Cornwall, West' Norlhfi ld Vernon and Hrndadale, to Brattla- .:. .

I I'rCtTlI Uotiltojj, to Woodhtock, New Bransirk. ,. Fio.n: Rockland! to Ma'inieu", North Cheimsfard and Middlesex Village I toLowell. Glidden Corner, EiHngham. i I II |, Cosnxvall and Shorchain: to Larabee'sPoint borough Vermont ;*: ;"
\ From Rockland to Is'e an Haul. From Warren by East Haverhill, to Haxerhill. I- : From -\.lb.,1 l by North Orange, Warwick, .
:I :
From Kennebunk From Skoxx began Cornville A the |. From Middlebnry, by Salisbury, L.icf>s- Winchester ,,;. ..
by Wll!, Ojrunquit, by From Contotook Heoniker I to West' Winchester and HindI : :
Village by : .l.
("ilpe NVd .j JJc 1 an. -: ..'
Ul"llltiolio,, .. t to Greenville.t ; From North Lower to Wolfborough.: enooti, Cultingsville! nunt Holly, Proctorsville From Anbtrndalo Station to Newt 1'J ; '
I Corixvay by Conway, ,
From From Skoxx'began, East Madison and I : Bath! Nexv' Cavendish, North Chester Chester, Lower Falls.From .
Ki-ndeekrajr''IH' South Co-inth, E list t by Bartlett, Bartett, Harts, Location, Cray : l'itni't'hls River Vermont by I ;._1.'".ftI;
C4niiiUi! l, Wert CJiaiUfltiti, t South Dover, Do.) 'I South :Solon; lo Solon.Fiom ford House, White Mountain and Bethlehem Hampshire, LUbod, Littx-ton and Dabou I loi I|: Bartonsville to Belloxvs Falls. BaldwinsVille Depot, by TempletOti "t,' ,
J \'er, Fuxciofj,, Snnger\ille, Guilford, and Ab.' Southxvebt Harbor, to Crambcrrv to Littleton.I i Lancaster. j i F-om Mount Pellet by Barro and Wash to: Philipston. fjr.!

r: bolt, to Moiifon.Fiom I Isle. I I Fiom Dover, by Gonie, I'ochester, Fann-. FromV'ells River, by Woodville, BaLI, iugton to Chelsea. From Bra utree Depot, by Weymouth t!' t

Li-bauun, by Ceture Lebanon, tt, Fiom. Springvale, by Alfred Ross Corners, ington, New Durham, Doxvning's Mills and and Lisbon to Litt'eton. I From Montpelier, by Worcester, EJmore, East Weymouth, and HingUam to Cobas- .{i ', .
M cst Lebanon.l'ioui Nexv Id Morrisxille. Hyda Park Johnson, WaterxilleBakt
: fir South ParsonfieM, and Parsonfield, Alton to Alton I From Whitefield, to Carroll. set r J' .1
l.dIle4IL, Station by South% l.ee dR;1 to Ktfittgham New Hampshire From Dover Bay.by North Barrington, Straf- I From West Andover, by Wilmot, Wespnigtield. rt I!i iI >rt-field, East Fairfield, and }'aiufild, to From Boston by Dorchester to 'Mil t. :.
L<>edft Noiil* L.S'"cklond From I St. Alb ns. I 1
1'eiry Dcpy t' South Paris, lavor'Jt", North 1 and Granlhnny to Croydon.
ford earners and North Stratford North I! ton'I i
and EMt Lnenno-e, to Livenuore F 111. Norway, Greeuxvood, Lockcs Mills 'to Bet ii.i Barn!tcad. to :! ."r Windham, I by Fessenden Mills, Pt l.I I From ) E'lier. by Barre, .Ornngee St By Roibory, to :

lo'Wilson's Ex:;* rn Letter B, by \tworthe. *" Location i,* (1. From Dublin by Harrisvillo and Nelson,:I ham aDd Dracut Mafcsachnselts, to Lowi i i I Topsham, East Corinth and Bradford, Cen Plains. ._ ,. 1 jI

:. MilK 4j i From South )Paris to :orwn.I. .'. to Munsonville, ell. I tre,to Bradford. From Boston by tlanfefln Square. Ne J .:
Fttnu Limerick, ly NewCeld, West New Froin South From Montpelier by North Montpelier,
PAris bv Harrison QuVicv Braintree
" -I.* North From Enst Wilton VERMONT. ponset Village, 8unth .t
firld Enit WakflJd, New lImhhit'l' lldgeton by Peterborough, Dublin East Calais, Woodburg, South Hardwick f
> an til and West Bridge-ton, to FryH and Baintree, Sooth Weymouth, Abmgton.H'-a" + *
' Lei;lttuu." Corn rf'\ to O& ip'e. burg.l Marlborough East to Kt"elle.I From Bakersfield, by West Enosburgh; :. East Hirdwick, Greensborough and Glover son, and Kingston to Plymouth F I
From Wilton :
From Lincoln, by Lee, SjJngfield. Carro l i From Sou-h pag; by Snows Falls, Woodsock ).I Greenfield by Sou'h Lyndebor- and Enosburgh Fall, ,o" West Berkshire. Barton. .From Boston by West Roxhury Dedharo-, }
and Kof-Buth, to Topsfitld.Fiom :North \\T4)ods.t'ack. Rumford', Ru m. Slcldnrd.l\Ialiofi ought, and New South Hod'Jard'l. From flanneL: to Peacham. From Montpelier, by Burro, South BarreWriiatnstoxvn Sooth Dedfaam,'U alpol,.WalpoleEast Meet- r't V"l lf
i Al&U-ad #
Lincoln Centre' d ford Poiul, and South Barnet to Waterford Lower Village. East Brookflcld,. East Ran. .
by) Pattagumpus aniitj l Andover, to Aado. mill Village.. From e I field Sooth Wnlj 6le! Eust' Medwayi "West : :p:5:
: : Chester to Nicketmi.t ver. I dolph and East Bethel, to Royalton. Medway. north Wrentham,Wrpnthan Frarikk*

From Liverniore Falls, by Jay, Xort,111, j j I-roin Standish, ly East Limington, Nortlir and Frnn! Epping to Pittdield.by Nottingham, Nortlmood From Ba-ton, by Barton Landing, down From Montpelier, by East Montpelier lin, City FrankHn SosAb FrauLIin, U;'v!.1 hill 4BellaYgham ; .

t Jay) Wilton aud East Wilton, to Funning 1. ;. Limnmiglon) Limington, Comish and Keirar: From Epson Errolt to tetter B. the Barton River, to West Derby. Plainfield Manhfield and. Cobot to Dan Snath Ucflinghatn! and Voort. tif J
ton. i I Falls to Porter. Bar.tonville t '
I From Bellow's Falls! by Rockingham, ville.- Docket FuRi Rhode IslauU f

t C" "From Lorell, bv North Fiyburg; to, j From Stroug, by West Freeman, to S* Cheater From, and Exeter Auburn, by, to Kingston Manchester., Danville, Cheater, North Cbest-r, Cavendish. From Morgan, by Holland, to Derby In.a ha to Biacks'ton. ..: J H.3 t::,'., r
ctv.. )>m. Mount Eut'ft1lingord \ ;
Proctersville Ludlow, Holly, '
Fsmn Boston '
I From From Thon1 l'tnn. by St George From Exeter, by Brentwood, Poplin and Cuttingvil'e, Eat Clarendon, Line.From North Craftsbary, by Albany, 1r is. ? by Lynn, Salem. UCTIS.: : .; ..
:Macbine, 1 by East Machs? Marion, nnd Ten- South Raymond to Raoinond. \ liamihon: \\ enham, Ii.wicr.) NfI\\'bl '
Opiinuvill, ,.. mid Charlottee, to CtlIHI'I.Frmn / anls Harbor} to St Geo-p; From Farmington North Clarendon, Rutland, Pittsf.ml,Brandon-, burg, Coventry Newport, West Derby and East SalisSury, & bToov .iporl ; 1 'a.
Middleton P.1rn
MnrUai, by Nortli 1'aiiiield. Wes. From Thomastun, by Chasing, to Friend. Wolfborongh, Wolfttorongh South. Liecester, Otter Creek, Salisburg, West Satishurg Derby 'Line.From Hampton; Falls flampton No.:. ; {r : 1
hiy. Crawford and Mackerel, Cotupr ,' Middleburg, Vergenues, FerryUbarg, P"perMiU Village! ly South Ac k. Greenland *"to t .{ *
Alexander to Prince. ship.From Tuftonboroagli,' Melvin Depot to PrlfrQti' !
Ion TilJen, by Amherit, and ,Aurora, to I Mouttonbomugh, Mouttonborough Village, East i North Ferrisburg Charlotte and Shelburae. worth Letnpster and East Unity, 'to New' From, B strtn' \ f''. \,' .', ,,, ;.*5 ;I
and San d. ,l'or' :
I'ron.Mad Toxvnsliip. -p. \ n 1f1e h .
ns to Macbiasport. xvich. to Cen?re Sandxvich. to Bnrlington. port. ter East % ea.

I From...Mat aw mkeag,, bv" South Mol ,. From Union, by North Union, and Washfngton From Franklin, Ly Hill to Brislo' From Bellow's Falls by Saxton's river, From Palnwville, by Essex. Jericho, U n. Billerica. Lo" il. H..ning1oo' -od- North piill

ens, Hflyncsvitle, nr.d L5nnat5 on f { to Light Corners. From Gilmanton, by Cilmanton IronV Cambridge-port, Grafton, Townsend, .North derbill, CatubiidgB and Jeffersonviile, to I rom Bo ;on C "
ton. to Houl From Waterville, by KendaFs Mills( Fair.Ii..ld and South. Alto to Fanninglon. orks WardJboroBgh, West WardshorOHgh,' and' John stone. Foxboro, Man eld? In n Sirs; Eas t

t From Ma'tawnmkpag, by I. Corners, Fishons! Furry Canaan, aud From !-Greiit.: Fall, by Rdchoster Stratton to Atling'on.Fron From Proctorsville by Cavendish, Upper Paw 'cket, Rb ; feboro k an .5 I !
Contvay, aic I and }1and Pro"idno .
and West
t : Falls Clarcm to Clare to '
Nomber three to Patten.' \S?,bt Unrtll1nd, to lUrtland South Milton to Milton. Bellow's Falls by South Ch".rleston' corners out From t.SOl .J f'I

Fr.. n Mcrfianirs Fat!*, b}' West Minnot. Prom '.Waletvillev' "by Winslow, Benton, Froth Uaverl.ill by Haverhill Centre, to New Hampsire, CIarleltonorUt Charles-1[ mont. Rutland. 'L".m, Concord) by, Squh Somm3rviU tot.ioo Wahl111m ;. '' .0.
end Eut Hebron, BlnckfMJ. I Clinton, Burnham; Village East onbltm.r Deuton.I' tuft CJIU'tmoniV' Vertnont.As- From by Clarendon. Wallingfof'd .tutonLittIetari t' A. ;, West ;, .f 1

.From) Mexico. h1..nnfttur.to; fir'ron. -Cenlre| Troy. North Jim1 ont. North HilUboroogb, Bridge, by Aolrin to Benninplon. '- cuinegville'and'WestClfcremoilt: New Hampshire South EaU Dims WjiHingfrtrd t, Factory, Danby.Point, Manch North' Do.get Sen'; t.. J f on Shirley, IJlrley.Vlll.i t Litlt'fOQ.! &.,, Gm. : 't I
From Newburg, North Hanipdep Weft Windsor Vermont.Frooa -l5f r. r.tD4 .
Mon&on, by Shirley Mills, and Shir Hanipden,I' : to c'erland,-Arrington, Leommnsterto
Shaftsbory oatb Fiebbirgh.
J' ?. to Crcenvfllc. and."l\mprt, t Ba"gar. ,From Hnisborougb Bridge by HilUboro! Bethel, by Gaysvil'e Stoekbridae, bory Forth Benningt, ShafU: Idn1flusto bI3Ialdtft '; _

f'enj Motiwr*;' iu.Lb. t Parituan, South, From Waterrilje, by FairficW, Larone.().. No.th Branch, Sooth Stoddard, Afunsonrille*' Rochester,Hancock Ripton, and East Mid ton centre. North Hooatck Bennigtnn.Ej 1 Dennis' B'id : 101(1. ,,tbonlan) : South R.dtni JI" JI
cola gle
tb Xorfidgwoclc.; j anJ Est Sallh'en, to Kecne. dleburg to Mid-Jlebary. r Wil"'ltt I"b J p
York ?
New Biiskirks, Budge, JoLj IFi. ill; 'M'. ;.. .L 'IIrffr"etndll.e'Satto.; .. ..
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rtHr; feevrton Depot Cooperation.uodwtook a* Lriwe can Wain, llsj ALL'U stands 'i.o for r.chiit: an] smaller 6r nf a fq children. The cure and of no fvrec. Even if it were trjo wu uoui5! rxt I your .Ntrtin, Lg, t.r.tiz-a to : y tt
eunMnissloiMn ia geni rcliy'piri fectej in three chtj. Thi ptejiara- consider grcsud fur muval. for I he Are C ,
It New sehsg bat cf alltato'of tiktiiic0 a good practice they tf.ccupjing precisely L'e e&uegrotuji7s-
: KJngdos.ier 8outtk Mark tt :- .n.
i g U dis : by
who UM pmtrndennipei into matter of all nations tftb United tta and of a majority party,.that the fre roiUm do? DM
Jbie net th,
.zv11 Nc Mftrk.t. Dcrhjim Dover, 8.t.i| >on Pal !Is, rt pbLsbC4JD thu paO wvo4ptrutS it* atyptie'qnaliUw,,upasi th* coate of the stom1 Al;,

an! Saath Denrick, Maine, to ;3onb Btrvicli pcbft ARfeatoi th11ttoav. 1 ft arehiDK for tW b sJof SWlkryX met; io thepioleD of the individual Starr. K jtt> that the identical crntn "R4'ti'.J0""f" ow n beloved witnea3noowic ((, j0wa
$$ 5 Jortctioo.PJOT tUUb*-"feet,*! pri] Uj dctar tb tRandoJpb Late voold ,iwpMtfnll call lbs attention of ibt'medie of the StAt or its pupulntion mufit be fotui.I for 3341 did ytu not copy tl.e arnot&cem with a CM .
noJrntMKif; tbe !* that the-wa% aim *
4 ?I. *yCj Boston to Ch.irles'own. peep ** frortham t* ibV *l profettion to thIs prrparatlwn of" Irun aaanioTaloabb the Cepitol, but that economy and convenience are sldrraUe degree of returning con* lM oo. that
/.MWab ) his band of the -
bad *> rasped fo Yellow P..ierI .
AnIrw. > consideration* in locating toe sam to shivery wa a ,.
rrom Boston primary prnrni proeipl."qparty
?'T by CamUmlgtportLri.go. Cam. whig*. ao3 bx&ec tbt trt rt wns road* tJytOdIi am your, respeclfnllr. t03t
& ) credit the whole affair." But, unfortunately for our under the treatj' iritk fJ***'* *JW*intemteil asMnj. P. H. W1LDMAN.8ept2.18M. Tbo Preamble goes 'on to say that, "the Eastern and in short that fertility to the Booth an4 J, ,

U *-LT tl Atttrt: 1* now $i placing thal'-teraMnn* a* fcr and Southern portion of the State are now aWst institntion* wa* the !eadingeieuti! iu their pert*

s $ [To a CONTZXVrD.) eotunporury, con cf the Columbia whig will come South, alKuy due regard .to th1ftb.( ease The Republican? says- isolated from and deprived of all advantage arising ganizatloo I Ai.d bVeflte'nTyaftg7 fe *h7r ion a Ttioo ,
to Ms Two ofhem in Sewhue
h4 .. : .- -- ,r rescue. appear Tuesday's would warrant, sj t nihyrsrVtk* uv J8QO, within a We would state fur the information of tbo* at a from its location, and settlement thereby rebrdedWe ."- and Has* meeting North *a4 ,r eJ and i
TtitLoct however Ju the
4 4'h45t': | calling question report very few mile of lli*Midd6 Prcng, proving large exploring distance, that we know Dr. Wildman) well-that his confcw ourselves utterly at a lees to eooceive the rime infamous doetme t Did not *terr

JlariiianTJJ.LARAI8EK! tniaJ.I mad by "Columbia" t.ther. words, they confer partic uJer9nrnn4 hating' hiuwelf thorough a man of truth and ability and a*great an enemy how the settlement of East and South Florid It retarded whig member of Coogreca vote agaicst the N
liy implication the truth of that report. Oov. BKOWN, to quackery m all its forms, a* any physician in the
then, presents himelf Io the people of UK State and and pain* taking in the'rjerfiniUiew of his trust, United Sta'trt. We may further add. that Bishop Elliott because the Capi:ol is not at Ocalii orJacksonville. ; Kama* bill with the fire (oiler* and aIjj ..,

MKA to be tent to Cougn, with the distinct onder yet this fact, now so palpably clear, wholly, escaped who hu been most devoted in his attentions to We suspect that it would be difficult fur which bill Mr. CLISBT, th* former editor cf ,_.,
"; : -* the &ivk, Las watched the newtreatment closely, and nel- to bb strict '
him. -* any one to show that such was the caae. As far as pronounce agreem*. ta j fciti emtioo
himself in future -
feuding that he pledges Hf" TO
in case Coming under his observation, be inform ua
-S S of 18501 And did
CO OPERATE WITH NORTHERN WHIOS In 1818, aome rumors, having exched the Georgia that its succew has been n-ot gratifying. the functions of the government are concerned we are promise cot every wlij Vt* fit*

; : Satirday, September &, 1SS4 and wril not co-operate with tbe Northern democrat Legislature to d sire, an investigation,' GOT. RABCT certain that they are discharged aa well b the Coun in Coiigrtf* but lately jute 'imiti tls foettafo* atx)

ts : .- '- Tbe i taste i I. distinctly made. We repeat it again, aagiten WAS authorised and proceeded to appoint three commhiirncr The Capital Q'uesion-Beinoval or no Re ties of East and"South Florida as if there was a Capitol abolitionists to repeal the fi gitive slat* law; which ia *

'::4, TBRM3.-TW., Dollars per jusninUlpwd {asvdrowe in substance by correspondent: While he to examine whether Mr. Etucorr and Mi- moval. in every county lliere. If not. U i is the uilt of simply! a portion v( the constitution, and are net tta

tr" 4.ul : ft* 40 If paid wiOin stxmoitb.efthe tim (bo?. B.) could find b the opposition (to tbe Nehru soa were oorrtct in putting their mound on the North By nn net of the last General Assembly it i ii< pro the local authorities. The idea that a Capitol draws whig* of the North on the tame platfcna *ha th*
bing ad 4tO sitte end ofthir. AdrartiMaxraU
:11 : OncDolki; persquartof 12 Urcifor rt-, 0 ka bill) of his liWthem whi# iriends all the pntriotj" Branch as the main stream. Early in 1819, these Tided that at the next election f.r: member the Ix. creates wealth aroun.l! it, is absurd-common sense frci-fcoiler ,ud co-operating with them bet coder a

aod fifty Ceata for All subsequent ioecrdota.ftM .& ism and regard for Southern rights necessary TO commissioners reported that tbej found the head of House of Representatives of the United Slate", the and experience teach the coutrary. The salaries of a different name I Answer these question sir, sod p

to bIMifl advance. Religion, Obituary -THEM A3 A PARTY, h* ooold never that there was not the slightest ground for calling it in Capitol from its present cite shall be determined by and there u nothing in the mere fact cf a place as this w unworthy a Southern man, and coles* je
I E riag fTotkwt.not exaeeJing 1 2 Ike*Trill be published co-operate
: and these eommiwioner Gen. the qualified voters of this State. the of State trade emi.ri'iutj support Srst proposition by lomtt&mg
gratia. S3J" oertifieate* of the pub1ieith'iof- "with the dtmccratt' of the North, for they were unonni question ; were N.J. being Capitol a to attract or your mor tata

tal *r legal notice* of any description will be given ** This i* mot emphatic. GOT. BKOWM has, JKO. FLOYB, M.TJ. Gen. ISHAM THOMPSON and Biig'r. It appears tlwt innie <.f the CiLiZni of Ocala and : to i'. The authors of this Preamble state your own ips. <& &, you will b* bOUD4uaeJ4

?;4J4o 4 antfl th* adrertiaiftfc fee is paid. with great fmnsne: flatly refused to "wash hi* Gen. BLACESHIAR, into of repute in their day, though Marian County are fully deti-nnined to make a *tronr that the East and South are in an almost unparal-! man to surrender Mark tlu*. Ton areaItwrtr,

,. 9i '; 'a, bund," and th! question ia now whether the wbig9 blind to what now seems so palpably clear" to Mnj.ALLKK. effort to have the Capitol rcntov.-xl to tbufplace.! At Idled state of progressi," far outstripping the Md- believe ; I am not. but I will lay it down eatnaj.mkted .

a ni *tinjy there on the 22J ult! Pn-arr.Ua Ilesiolutiona principle ia law, and challenge to
. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. will consent to go with the Governor in tbfc a anti tile which has that Capitol the want of which they you deny ft,

;;! business."We cooperation Next, in 1B2G. ex-GOT. THOSIAB MAS RANDOIPH of were mloptcJ wiling f-rth the fact that th* didare to i'e a great drawback on their prosperity. that the confession of a party against him *l erUinccooif

a S.i have already expressed our concern for the Virginia, and the Hon. THOMAS SPACIDISO of Georgia; q'ertion must be detcnr.ined st the next electi. an.l This i N the most palpable ineun'i&!ency, awl can arise J/ceo/ u admitted, bat bi is cot peraitUdtatektify t

ie FOR CONGRESS! present editor of the ml met How ht can conscientiously formed l a joint commission between the U. S. and the various grounds for removal, and l strongly r.rying from nothing but a mi-coiK-eptt' of the meiits of the io hits own favor. We have therefore your a&rniesiwi

this question, and their investigations upon the pcop'e' of East and South Florida the irrpor'tarce that the Whig; on the basis of its
the Governor Georgia on Boundary whole! question. If tl.e C.1-{ i iii 1 dues iumasc tL party prts-
: suppoU we are at a loes to see.
: i ; HON. A. E. MAXWELL. In his reply to Dr. PAEtaiti, h* saW, on the 18th July resulted in aicptii.g tie North Bianeh a; the of the subject The people of that place *?em wealth aid prosperity of the section in wLich it is Iocated. cut organization North, is powcrle! **, and that ado

t : "If yc-u have forfeited confidence in the maia stream, and ELLICOTT'B mound as the index tots very much sui prised that the press in other portions as it sen i the Ocala people! imagine, has not blt-n, lacked by the ample array cf facts above s.

your head. The itls i acid tried the efft ct cf a j jdelicateyiecv of tic state should remain ilent whichthey merited 13* sufficient to sustain the Act
d e t l. :- roa MFKESIJCTATIVM rsou LEON : "whigscf tbe North, by reafon of their reeetit acts Georgian on a subject the %Vest or JIMJle a* nuurli right to enjoy that Ra j *alledfed

and flattery in ealllnj the sheet of wstc"- ooirfijpr of such iniport.-.nco. Tie truth is that the East Tbse men are not satit1aI wiUithe inpar- vou. But you cannot be allowed to testify against the
profession the
: Green Chaires, Jos. B. Christie, we'. If th nh en subject of slavery, toliave which baa thrown Jij. Altts into such ecstacus."Like it is only those localities to wLieh it i ii expected th- allelleil" progress awl prosperIty uf their action, but Northern Drmocratj, or al least I propo., to Impeach
you we can no longer affiliate -with
J. B.. Galbralth, Wm. Fisher, Jr. them until shall RAXOOtrn." bet-re that time and now, rcuch Capitol may be removed that seem to desire hiiV ac'i1tativn would aUo have the Cupifol amongst them at the ex- your teetimony, and to disprove by lbs highest grade I ''
they of their sins and
hack to the cardinal repent come better known as Ocean Puod, tut that could! cot blind cf the question at nil. It u very ob i.-uThr.t perse and iuc< aveiiiuuce ct' all other portions of tie of E ttsthnooy known ia'law. I will her ciniply i ifitrt

principles of our faith to di we. the firm Virginian to the truth c-f the case; 3 ct not to i the people of Ocala deire und expect that if the Capitol State. S Juce the set of this party which wQl xpealc with trtm.r .
: BARBECUE Ve have long since, a* be made
IJ' y. must nwar?, be cut done in courtesy h* nnrceJ th* Pwnd st the j removed fr-ni T-ilatiai-bee it will bplacet! in The Preamble Desert that "the dilapidated condition -tt tongue, and forever pot to flight the cnupptrt 4aoiertiou
.tb.L.h 'proclamation: to tLis effect and ij have
w doing we bea.l of South Prong, Late ilr.Sr.a'LDixc'3 their to vn. This is the contained in your grit proposjtJoe.ui I w
The Democrats of Leon will give a '. reusoti to believe //.of/ have the SpauWic very pLiafroui tenor of their of tl.> prevent Stale Ilo'ue will soonreuiiua
ttr ccn'dly rtjtceUd
is a unnte well uutl mch revered ? trouble with a recapitulation of Norhe
Barbecue in honor of A. E. MAX temporary
:';. st'til.-ents cf: the v>iig pirt,! of fi'orida. It is
i ia Democratic vote in Congress by whIch the
Gcv. TECCP however
Georgia. lefuacd
toictify The Pre-imblc to Rc-foIutJons! adopted tie *ruv.-ti"n of n new Lt.ildiug. TLw statement, likes gxa
1 WELL their noble standard-bearer quite evident that the Sentinel, in now advocating by
4 GOT. BROWN'S reoisilabe declaratb.if.t 1 I-ia action, and the Enftern terminus of tie Iwuudarycoatliufj Ocala meeting son forth! vaiious re.-.iornfor rcrnov:,! iroc cth ra in the same document. 19 simply not the Southern question lately decided theta have tarred ia
election after lss
; for Congress, on THURSDAY the Uth wilh the inoi RU cp n qaeition aa fir aa Georgia was v.neh pwm to in wnjularly unfuunJed an-1! unjust.It .-. fact. The present State Hou?* ii a substantial and 'our iivo-ir, and by which tie repeal of the ftgft.v,
: Alh'gator, acts gie:>tctt di&Uncy
: September instant at Tallahassee. All cot cerned. t\3: first, that the Ctpitc-l now -.tan-Id two hundred costly building. It w not ililapiJaUd. A few bun J slave law was prevented and the Union presemc k:
H w can the editor find it in LIs heart to prune E-ali I will point you t' the fact (which utterly !*eatrt
In 1E21, that State : scut out cf commi'.ilosei ruiUs" from sired il.'lhmrt'] outlay will make it as the day
gar. a enrps the geographical centre cif the Sfhte.withtut a? go that
their fellow-citizens every-partv, are a coui- 1 Above all. how cnn Le have the tuurar.cc your proposition) twelve out r>t tie llxteeo rrrttntes .
ex pane in this instann c-ut.sLtii-g of Ui-n. I IJAIT local ncrcstille it v-as Si.ii>h<.d. It id bcni.tifnlly si'u.ite'J atel hasari.ie | at the lamt Prettideutul elertioo
invited. It the to recommend the wlilgs rf the Stte, xvh-ee seniccnts" t or atlvtntages to utah i it{ gave a Dmo>
being day appointed :S HAMILTCS Cocrra caJ JOEL CRAWFORD, a-tls- position. It stand nt Ie.i"t one himclre-l and ) aco-mmotiaru-ns f r the Lepalatcre and l fiov- cratic vote, ypirior to the crmfcined vote cf Wbin

I ;::4 .' : for Mr. MAXWELL to address the people he pretended ccrrtctly" to reElect en the 15tbJu'.j' ted! by I'roftsQor CAMAK PS Astronomer and Mathe- r.ilea! from the centre cf uitual anJ fifty frn.rent cfiicials. It occurs to u-, that it i is extremely ar.d frecsoilT. and thus proving that tie 'nrtLiDemie'acy
lly l-
puatic n
pt epitl
their !
to cast euflrnges for Gov. Baows t Th ie are-aMe r-n their present turis of .
of the it is that 1 F matlcian, and THOMAS as There far if imjij 't and unfair to make intaticns such as the c'?so.izr.tloir
County expected Survjt.r. as not farther from the ci-ntre of the rcpre oTr-rcle
.: is i in tie Baltimore Patrlo! anther letter from J. pro p*>ci : to hijgry and its twin sister frre
| gentlemen, afur an elalorate inTcstigatic n, in looking the i above. l iu ranctt u nt excuse for it. j toil united. this air if
: Gov. BROWN will be present and take C." (Joscru CLISIT,) late editor of the Sentinel, frcm jx.puLitk-n of the State. WLat mathematioaln.Ie Gainsay you cm, and give ci
),.s n out the moat southern stream of the St. Mnry, adopted Iho author of the Preamble worked to find We congratulate our brethren of the Eat on their the g res. tY
in the discussion. wbich we quote a few lines, bearing immediately on by ,
second is
; :. part the Middle Prrrcg, and run a !line from Lake Ran the exact geographical centre of the State of Florida progress and their pro pf cts. As citizens of tie same t .cr prop.siticn a political ir.rerwaipr aad
k this poiut, for the especial benefit of higs. "J. C. came-* its Gnu rtfutalicn and alenrclity co hi 6.
( doljrh (Ocean Pond) to the mouth of Flint River. State, whose htical iktcre -ts are embarked in the ,
; we cannot p-wil.ly ir.ia-ire. Of however p That oiler
will no doubt be nstcnUhtd when he leuics that GOT.BKOWS one thing they"the'free( and abwlitipniit )<>raa.
.:. :. t:gT A "People's" Barbecue will is aalifficd with tie and regard" But thete the matter encU-d. Neither tie United we are catidfied that it would be very difficult to I ame ship we do heartily rejoice at their prcspenty.H.t l-j overn.me only by the united effort* of.tivgwd

.. ; : .; .- be given at Centrevillo un SATURDAY patricti States Government, nor that of the Territ"ry of Finn derr.cti-.trnte that Oca Is lies at the central point, tl-j our hopes are not confined to them ; we see the men and true oj all rajlief.? You Lave neither pnxl
; ; cf Northern wbigs for Southern rights, and
propone tra-j at tie North find
men c-r are now r.htinately
da, the leaat snctic-n to this claim. Nor of in all sections cf State and you
gave new though it lies jet about two hundred miles" promise progress our ,
16th inst., to which the citizens fraternization with tbctn. We quote from ilr. CLWBT'B from refuMing to unite yonr "good nin 4 ti."S-44 5
did Gwgia Lersflf give it any validity, l>r acy it- Tahabaee. we are not disposed to gratify, at the expense and :a j je South with tie only nr.d tsu.'o
"gccd men T tU
: letter, promieicg to lay it entire before, our readers
: 'A
:; it.::;; invite the public generally. special week tempt either to extend her laws over .tb- ccuutry, or The aisertion that Tdlj1.a! ,?ee haa nIccal or ic.ceab1e nYenT
: ;invitation Is extended to all the Candi The next" conclusion: of the whole matter" is that the to difpo of the lands 88 their owner. We have fitlrantaets to sustain its pcsiri.n" is entirely j desire on their part to Lave the Capitol in ; nttrsr., Your. Becoud p'opcsiticn'ia tLer furc purely- -

U.. : dates. \Ve shall expect to hear from Massachusetts Whig hate resolved themselves into a learned that a number of her citizens iLoitly cftt-r- untrue. Atiy one M loaril! take the trouble to examine -i tht-ir Irlic .t. {Ii Yrr.r SJ prn1.nsitkn. ** That there are sound men in*

: them during the day and especially our purely scclii-nsil- : faction. Io your Patriot": of the wards moved into this legion, near the St Marj, under the map* of Il<>nd.i in reference to this subject''i The foregoing ere the er.y! rcac'na nrgd by the loth parties'* at the North, needs cnnfinuatirn. I cUny ,-

I IGth, (jut come to hand.) I sn that you hope fur s the ixprcfciou that she must be right in itttiLg will dwover that TallaL-iMee lies nearly equi-durtaijt Preatr.Lic for removal. We have t-hown them tobeji it in toto. so far as tLe whig party is concernw},,..

i.- young Tallahassee friends. Come one, declaration of the oiiginal pnnciulestif! party" Lut'in up this new boundary. And, to this day, they open ( the Laet and \i cnf -unucd and contrary to fact. We have ohown that and demand the prcx.C Point me to the action eta
'( ann rn Wetern lH>n daries of tbe'
this feeble doubt
a or.e, ,) of their State conventions
hope ( no yi u are disap.pumtesl. single oiio or their
all 1 MANY CITIZENS. ly avow their f-r and the Cepitol i* now actually Eat of the centre cf mas
come Tie Saratoga New Y >rk Convention will i j preference Geoigia stoutly inair.- State, bein.j m fact th'rty or forty miles nearer the pop- aasembhees! where the ir-stitution of Southern Slavery
: .: be found, I ftar, to have doi e no better. The plan ofoperations. tain that the iliJule Prong U the maia rirer, and they Eastern ImnnUniy cf Eat FKrid.i than to the We1- nlition and wealth. That it 5 ii nearer tie Eai-t-ern Las not r-en denrtunced and or.pcition to it a primary

J. ::., Removal Question- I suppose is to conoifatt the Abolition-'' probably compose the old settleis1, on Lone ttsti. t rn btiunJary of W si Florida.: Should the Capi'ol than tiM! We-teni portion of luc State-tL t :l i is the pnpcipl T of organization. Your own witix-M.

communication ism of the North in this new Wniy uuitation, and', ALLKS and his friend J. W. E." most eor.veniently sit'iated ton all! tl.tn cthcr the Al aay Register says so. and in law you are cot
', ; 'S.:' -. We admit into our columns to-day a rest its fortunes entirely on the non-rlaveiiultling] States.J raony Maj. place! of I ho State be ic.uovcd to Oc.l.i, the pop''. of th pert any i permitted t<> impeach the it te rity of own witI -

...: ; ;. on the qtif b ion of Removal of the CapitoL This ." ChBTAIMT NO EAXEMA!* WILL THINK OF B ALLYING such iclianee 1 Wes t must begrrutly wr-'nged. Their rcjiresentjtivw p-Mnt i'i the State. ansi l that it would IK a tiacton i I niw vhie it is a.iio-lyo: Here,sir, TCCT your are foiled,

..i1 :: u DO party uuttcr, but one to bo examined as a quit- ANYBODY SOCTH OF MACoN A.ND DlXO.N's LIXK TO THE We now wnie to 181C, when tbcfo tame coamifpimcis must travel hurJreJ* -t'ti.ilos further than the/ |' wrong t> the Middle and eyeclnlly ;Le West tcB'.t auJ all the ingenuity of ys ur nature *ill be taxed 14

: ton; of expediti! cy. Io that View we hope the yco MTPPORT or stcn raiNcii-LEs Axn OBJECTS. OR TO 1 : Mtusrs. Coorra and CuAwronD. weie n--appointed tlo nt prssentith iLeriacei tllff'-uJtits:: : ; to Bunriom.11 msweit. 'I F: tain fr a mean of *cape.
of all tedious win examine it and vote actor I to d thf-*e reasons against a ren.oral we have : proposition 13 in ubst.srrcjathe
pie Xo language could be more deadly hostile to the in bt half of Georgia, to mn-tct mniiss-icccrs upI -while the people ef the extreme South tbpngh) apj j add cf at We allude tr' f..np*>ing on*, and when yon ny "tLeiLiao
.2' ,e dingly. I p<-inte _ _ Whig candidate's petition than this. It remains to be |
t of oretinc .1 r.ew CapitnL! We are not miration itn which,
!I >e expense tie Whig sad Democrats ot&a
to adjufct thij Boundary question. And i i1i a spirit of'tnnnly as much as the Weat would Iuo. would actusllv
Qy* Several commui.ications arc excluded, among teen to what extent the effort will succeed in rallying !i willing that the Stat*should go iu deLL f-r any such f South can unite with any prr pect cf merest." I milVs'mply
candor, they then came f-jrw.ird 15 after ,. loose thenielvea in point of c'cvenience an-l accc 'I-
a in Florida "to fraterruze with such allits. years : ; pxnt you to the 58 Democrats in the two
party We would consider it
: wbith is the itibjtct of the health of the city I >uree. a great
one unnecessary {
r :
their first investigation, and prnjsid to adopt the bi'.ity.;! It is a n.Rtter of fact thst Tallahasve! is a Iran*-he* Congress from the free State, who stood
shall in oezt. } f'r the West and MiMIe to be conipol-! to
They appear our MADISON, Arc. 21. 1854. North Prong as the main river, only iuMating that the more accessible pint from til part of the State than by the South on the Nebraska question and proudly

rJAvi: ** : Mr. CrtABLEt E. DIKC-Dtur Sir; Mr. MASWELL line from the mouth of Flint River should be run to a any other. From the Wet an-l! South the communication -I pay two thirds of tJ e expenses of erecting a new Cepitol defy: you to make goo.J y >or propuiuop.. Sir roar
Health of KrMaxwell I hundreds of miles from the point where, by every who!. structure rests on tie Laaele*# fabric of a"dre m
i ... is ga't.ing giouud daily. He will lend the ticket in print somewhat SuUth t-f the .r.e esi.itli.hed; by EL- by land and water is ea y and cheap ; and although rule jiifrtice. tl.ey have a right to locate it If the -not one f your propt'Mtion will bear the first test

,. ; We rejoice to have it in our power to toy that tie this County from thirty to fifty votes. The balance LICCYTT ainl MINOR! in order tint it might intcraect twill there ia no water: communication xvith the of sound erit.cim.: I submit thi*bilef review fore
in debt consider that 1t
State of Florida must we
: : health of our canoiJate for Con rem. Mr. MAXWELL, 'If our ticket I think will bo elected by a hau invest
.4t44 would bo infinitely more advantageous to the columua and dissect it before reader
hag t) far improved M to permit Lim to Luke U e From the signs uf th in works of internal imp ovemetit, which would at the same time give me space to rej'oin. If your porition -
field again. He left Pabtka on the 26tb ulU intend 'ornor will run remarkably slow-there i is not much Florida G-rfiiijihsioners refined t ti.n*>icr! that an open the Wc t or Sooth. With tie line of mail steamers money be of benefit to all sections, than to squander it in the ii a -und tine you need not fear the wulU

ing to be preeent trKb LM cppoucnt at Fleming- mtgio ab.>ut the name of OM uatter-of Fact." The queition, nOl the whole object t f that C>. venton about to be tftaMishrJ alrt>g cur gilf coast and the without of an opponent Gold is but refined by passing

.: ;: ton on Monday the 2Sth. The fever, however, returned result of the election] in North Carolina is a damper was defeated by a dirpiite about a country, a mile mil road and stages from St. Hnikj and Newport, erection of a new Capitol the without just reason or mo through the crucible, and troth has nothing to fear ian

; J ; ,::: .". and be was prostrated a iccond time, but Le upon the Whigs, and they are like the l*>y the calf. wide, in the Okccfcuokce, tnpcriig: Lack to a point at the extreme West and South will be brought within tive.We Let hope u*with not tax the Ocala people meetings that a cauce.the question contest here,with will error.show to A the compliance people Florida or noncompliance to what-

).J4r was enabled to Ix prettct at Alb'gator on Saturday luo over-'--not a word to eay. The position of Col. the Western terminus At least we thus understand a few hours travel of the Capital. This can never be will attract that attention which it deserve. We extent you have cpofidenc ia the cause you have es

rt ; last, here the mattm iu iesuc were lucuiied by M. WHIT SMITH makes the leadets writhe and tremble. it. Our (>lject iu allu ling to this, i ia not to cotrnuut the case if it; is removed to East Florida.If poused. I am done again until I bear from you,but
r believe that & large majority of tne people of this I[ be sunned that I
Gov. BaoTTM and himself.ilr. have enlisted aa a soldier forth war,
the fa'.lurc then to thii vce1 l lt .
Your ic.Corre queation.I
,,. .' Montictllo today upn-..,, -. l... .l ;... h. by local advantages" the Preamble means State have the justice good sense and good policy to I and when I fall, be it Liti. or earlv in the contest,I *
,i'4-# MAXWELL ia expected to be itt .fl4 >Tjij LU uJ-.y kuav uii fciic &.zvr. itui n'n..tvu ": hesititneas 01 locality ana saiuonry 01 ciinme. in' jet the Capitol remain where it i*, and that they will I will fall with my foce to the foe, and shroud myself

-t an J will probably' reach bera to night On Tue*. >pi naly! and care denying tLe e t.> the city t>f Tallitlicssee it averts without sitatiou write en their ballot JT Retnoval. in the folds uf the banner which I stood by to defend.

next he *peak at Jfewpmt and) on TliursJay hi* LcmifriiiiJ. Georgia and Florida Boundary LineEAINBEIDGE fully d.'wn to the j-retnt tinu>, either at first or upon what i is positively nnt to. Thtre is not upon the ." OR. SOIJTURON.MAtIL3ON .
trill give him a \vceome' an-1 a D.tibtcue. GA Aug. 11, '61.Mr. si bt-r second thought, have been willing to id pt face of the earth a place witicb has been more signally ,[ .

frI Eddor; :-1 fcat (n to coritct an error -shkh I that branch of tic river cho8 .ci bj the U. S. and Sf-inWe I bu-. 8i' .
To the of FloridaFruow
lowa-NoWe StnggleTue notice) iu y<>ur i.bue of the Sth instn io r garj to tu! j jli Cuusish'nere. this has for many years. There has tevcr ye: i E-litorpf the ricrJJi! SttttincI: People -

; officulole of Iowa, co far hB riccivtxl. *li. ( !>'in'Liy: liue b-twecn Ge-.t.i i and! Floiidj. Thelarzs,1icrs regut the m-rci-tity tl..re seen-ed to be fcr so been nn epMtmlc! l.tre, nnd R death from lever Las Sm,-Irifiuenccd ns I urn by an exuberant charity CrnzRfs:-Those whose; opportunities enable

', r a Dotle ttf!< rt on t-e) j art ?f the 1 Di-mwiar y to tre : oa the 'art of tho to iSttttt'3 havi1 n ..t'eciJa long a comment up"ui the artlc'e we have copied from lint occurred within the place fur the past ycnr cf'whi'b I feel disinclined to exult over a defeated opponent>, them to witness the legislation of Congvew a'to
I Eastern ,
thit the
c-jriect terminus ia Noitl. vl l
i read its' earliest sometimes find it difieiAtto.
tbtir State fn. m ialKn: ; ktu tlio l.a1e of tlieiitxlitionuts ) illicutt'k mound. Tie tcrrni..ai'na) i ditagtud as toj the New But \re aic t.i.willig I'j ECC the CJeorgw wu arc aware. Its market is furni-hed fimb ansi \et duty impel me to clip btill sn.>ther feather reports,
the condition character./3*
and( \hig \Vc CnJ the tae tffi'-ial return chat p'd ihot; Col.j Commissioner trjing to get a map judgment, tsthft :.'tli the land and sea. and its accommodation are beu''e reltnsin 'qon from the iTier'ilesa roastmy to precisely ?

.., .- of 14 Counties piilhr-hcd io the Sew Y rk 7/ii.n Whitner, the o>uimiMU
that the had brea it ia ail fslow-cltizea! from various
i-ildii'K poii.t detvrminf.l b\
truly ,
% TLty f)ot up fw t.riiiit Uie autiNeliraekaaV.HU1! llicoti und Minor, while Jlaj. Allen, the comini iuti- pain to collect the Liatory of the whole couimversy, richest portion of the State. and! Often involves its o. n pimishrneut, and yon know to cttaiu accurate my knowledge of Congressional

for Govern* r, 10,7o3 fcr Bates, tbo dcnu rulc NtbrasVa eru the part of Ueoigia, couteuds that Like linnlpb. and place itconectlj! before the publu This l lui1* That the city of Tallahassee is not at present in the the provctb. '* spare the rod and Bpuil the ehild! is. causes action of interest to cur Stat

; : candidate 8.951. TLcfe same Conutit in .' a point some twenty niilt-s muti < f Llhcott's caused a little delny on cur pait, but we preferred centre of the population of Florida we deny, An exaininatixj sometimes applicuble to grown up chil
1852. gavt Scott and IJale 9.569, Pierce 9.652. TLia mound, \\i the true head of the river St. Mary's. this to the risk of making any mistake. It otnUs ue of own estimation 83 it i is to suckling aod babes in the' without special and searching inquiry ;
of the last cenam the State will rectify the
Tha Corumi Lace iu of
visit constituent
: sLows a barJ-finjht) content on the part of :'ic d braochcs of the St. Jarv.. and th* fact is pilp- that etror. In 1S50 tho total population of Florida any repentance and it to be the vf serviatof
State duty
la uiuihcr election they will route tie >ly clear that lake Handolpu is the true source of the have permitted or encouraged amy notice cf hia proceedings was 87.445. of which 17.203 were white. The East and ref-'imation hic-h is UBua'ly the result of deeming; them anacc'onntof every his stew

4t Liouuts, and uuue tbeir GtAte from the free wl1cr. liver, aud the ouly hope wi.icL Florida can raJonal!) or opinions thus to be made public, before and South had whites 17.729, which leave 29.474 as wholesome discipline, but i>n the contrary a still un- the people to render to such iiWMI

- A paiagraph later Ui:n tie ubvc figures ia tie iave of Ellkot's tcirainus btir.g ihe me xil.ich fcliouldmd he h>ts even made a report cf them to the Court, uu subdued and unenlightened miud give out ardship. I respectfully address you upon *
the white population of the Xlidtile and West. The temper and Of
the parties is, that the wb,le subject in a closed ures as are of immediate interest to our State
,. Tribune, fcajs- uestiou. Divctt it of that featuie, awl Mwj Alltu'uferniuus dcr whoite authority he is acting. As this, however East and youth had of whites atul c toured together their murmurs in the micfct of defeat. Hence it is I thereon.

.. One of the NebrMfca journals pobl'tbcd in ihe interior (which, Ly tbo way, is ('uc (,f the rnotboautitl has bfccn done! we sirpnl to the Morning! News, and 27.372, which leave C0.073 as the total population of that Sotithn n" ia further impelled to minister to my action
of Iowa jit at han reports that the tote of ahecta of Pier the tliat have h-Ucr of Every enlightened mind moat regard the jndlecc
igitiakti can 'ncclye other ptineis m 'y icpubliehtd the the Middle and'cst. Even if wo jubtraet the your necessities. It was not and is still not his purpose
c' the extreme we'Uio and soutb-wentfrn ccauticsiixceadmglv of, and jurt the iie for i.taitit population within Stat a* a mat-
; ; a g pi.h.t. Fe.tween "J. W. E." to this notice hi order tbt the establishment of railroad our
with for be
copy deal with
% fvcirab1e to itu hiJe-that P tttawatomi( two Stittea,) ill jirehtitiv judj..at c itt-I( a of JefTcrxon, Jlmliion, and Ilaiuiltcu Counties to harshly you saw regret her and bowOt'
to ,
first moment
Gnnty. iilthtrto rep'rtwi on our side has gone the the true one. Tbtfce facts I gutl.rfrttn' Mxj. AlltuVescnption clain.s of r'loiiJa m.ife'if<*rno piejudice, even among frcm the Middle stud Wi-st. and edt 1 them to the East the ill temper which toaiiife ta lUelf in your tctaJcfylucubrations. are of the sursJ'tagea
Sriutoi- u.I l n the citizens of 1-er Georgia ami tbf.l th's' uuf' widely c-piuiou* may differ aa to the K
otbtr wRy. electing a Xebiaska .pi. of tbe stream, and t'jotwtiijony oftagip t twttr r and' <'Uh: the tornser will still pr.>[xinucrate by s<;vcra Vituperation look the place of argument er j al
:' .1rr&tivI'-tlLIt th re i a a DcmceahicniRrity tf one many of the old settles of that r "lie u-f colltcU-d in
t. 13tl. in the Senate, ani 1 that Lh'Vbig majority in th II .utc 4sf w'jitb' Las beth i tuk. n, and r.hich 1 Live steu.A (iILtarlice and amitv.C tL'jusamfc. amount n-vcnoe concur in judgment that every mil of railroad&**

is or may be reduced to oue. The >rton Grimes vtry grave error was dicc-ivm-d in the baei? of i .-- l 3 fioin the different section* s.f tl.e ttnte wa- i.ft,1i.wi 'ic-baLl! and all sudi str.fi. This demou- mud b* a Lie W ew.
bordsrswberever placed, pu
h. s Governor is ccJe'J.bct this iepnrt, ifwtUfmm- !llie i* ilculuU"n, whlcli! Laving beau Cflj rected, and ; Fnm the Weft era tlivi.-t.xj. $14,210.54 ; ptrtet; the utter weakness ol your cacsc. ana u.enu our on*
;CAGO. St. 42.-The -ttcti yeoterdny of3cnato r the cf this subject
-I Jed, tndwigcts that of deiltt V CoiigreM.IM the trte le'tude l5Ct1tditCLl, tie auncyJla Lie now ; citiel in the people uot ti lead Southern's articles. Fully cppreciatiflg importance
i4 in favor of.tLe KtLni4-a bill Veto fiom the Mid.ile ?2fi.769! 72-total from the. West auJ Ls so
D'Xigla and the *
5 presentation
ongage4 in lutning the ia i'dicsted by the tust in (Dec. 1831.)

acts Congres
: 4' \ Union Supr.nC..urtoftha I.t ll.c KIM-J uid liait IH'l' has ciiitnl (X ly one dozen m all have rrad them uf my
: .: : tajsWUt Unit-ed States, in ctse ot dirgreaici.tAs < t
:t -j $ Bad thing it would be to th. tTingt; if what the comuiisd'icets hr.vtdir.. irefi as tt> the pnjcton '.!'- ii tI.je tit'-tsi much to, thttt the tells were (rent the South $3O.42-tobtl fiom tins En t and -the Florl; !li-n, too, not even to compliment Lim t of a petition of IM 11

'. cs'4. GreeUy ats in the parcpraph i>br.nld! tumout Io fe ? ri tenuLjii: allthv fiui. gnt'ufred by lie -uim. t:4and J the figs hi>itted at Imlf-rurmU S.iutii. S17.415.SS. Font: three f.uU it uppcars that Fie fie, MJ the u-n-observant people, and ungrateful Cotcrcittee en Public Land, for a gnat C'I1'

:.E' .' d tree! AfiVi 1* tr cf.ml/iniiiR, ami inlrlcniog; aud 1p.. will; :be repn ted t.a:1 L to the Supreme Ci urt,w ht reLo A t only near the centre of population, ctlilor-but Southron' will try to survive all this, tie Atlantic and Gulf Central Rairoat! '

and not to know Lim. it
I faction* .? liieopp'tfciuon in I' wa, to sea that il Le old J. W. E. peak, ana have hooted hiru fiom the staaJ. but that West ami Middle Florida artunlly contribute aa you profess may be well introduced bill tb iubj et at a botth5
a upon
.k. : f4.bi'rnd dt.s.JLCt&tic party should come in aii talc When Col. Whitner returned froiu his txaminatifnsto. -- more than two thirds of the funds by which the state. to ay to you that he has n name arid I a local habitation Senate erdd not srcceed bowever ring obt.i!:

,_ would be soil <>f po'.itkul rtltibUion neither and if are disposed to of the same time. We
t'ic prize ft i ovfrnni<:nt is supported. On this score, thvn, there your et-quire FlonJfun Corrraittee refUI1iJ
.; romantic nor buruane. The democracy hr d ihe 1..id/S1. 2IurjRn.tr, we wcreaux.uus Tincture of Iron in Yellow Fever can be no good jJaa for a rcmuvhl. (ungrnttf'il fe'l'! w th the ijycu may find him the grant gs.pmnpt5etL.The dii

vie wp their mitts to subra't to the deen-e of de to inform our readers "f the reut'an } applied to The ataunah Otoiftanti tho id inst-, contains .to give the lands to the Compcy.but reForted
feat. aiui tvee: alieady prepariug f-r th future ; but him; for the hiforii, As to what may bo the Centre of the prospective to Lea fucwan n t entirely unworthy cf your steel, and the alter"-
n cfci> aiy >ktioti Iu enable us to do the kll<,vur.< imjK>taut corurauuic.tioii fn-m DeWILDMAN bill back (February, iS5 ,) giving
'r not b indfepoeed totlicir rrverec thin it h iliMloult tell as you intimate a complaint that be addressed you M1to
we piesamethey-wUl of State t > -
f ,:--' -. torrows. and to c.rrect their gnefs, and tike the this, but he declined to g'weU, on the ground that as of that city nn the subject of the use of very through the columns cf that paper, he ia now ready to ton! to the St t" for ber'railrcc* fOm
wider the I
Eii'-tcrn to be impression
...1't- good the gods wi.'d them. the citnoiiaHoners wtie acting uudcr an order of the Munate-1 Tincture cf Iron in yellow Fever. The The people ctm lane with tiie Quit Ieiving the Sidle to deteriua2termin
break a you oo same issues and will '
the i heOflfihi.41 ,
4 'l. _ _ U. S. Supwne CViurt, tud hiouud to icport their pro- jtorfian in publishing tba Dc-ctor'n hitter, rcmfrks"We that nil the piog es and prosperity of State : be than to do tc. This bill I called up(May, lr
more happy so through the columns of
; '
,. their section. This arises fion I
ben unsnimotVy ceedbg* Io if?, be deesufd! it imprt er to suffer them will not tJ the ith to impression
Hen. J. GLAJCT Jou hat retw attempt express pleasure the Sentinel, but should continue to doubt passed the Senate. ._
>roinate4 for Corsress by th. Do.T.ocraey of oh to o before the public, to betvm a matter of newspaper Inch we have rend and vith which we publiub! it-- confining their obnervation to their own homes 'am Thi 1 \\u powers, Sou'.luoii will be pleased to cross swords youro One of my first acts (Jaurary9,182.)t'
of the _
:&ats. Penrtf/lrama. 2Ir. JOXES was out of the stark comment and &tcuu\op\ b
i:' tho 41 I orlbern Dtmocrnts whose votes npoi ted to the Curt He stated generally that thectnznu3abGusrsnftu nication enjitinn, it should bo "Eureka, L'vrcka"-. West and Middle are not stationary they are rapidli r you may FLrWa alternate
of a
band to
i-p' Bj : --' ,, __!,. & 'I'.i i..I ;.,. deiiuatc. What saVou. Who will take UD the inth Stoat.. gxvirtg
(,1.2T d th.ebrA1ka BilL !i he Wuhington Unioit not agreed, and were not likely to so much eotitiJciK-o have ve JD hi ttenut, aod so p rogreoarng, 4. iar xuIJ's1I 'TI glove I t land; fur a Railroad m the WesterObOUU7v
t : bo settled cultivated ,, !
reioaius" E'boundary
:: My'-" t. ooaunutioa ii c5altnl to an electionihallluulsiJ kgrte,fptcUog the Eatu-u Urrriinus of the line, and impoiUut we regard his diawery :" these division* vet Allowing you time to ponder on this proposition, State to the Atlaatic. or to any point near it
discovered and
I .w. retumto C wat Congress with wcie therefore Iiariug a lino run to the point diiec- for thf Georgian.MtRSRS. New source* of wealth! are being open* he- will proceed to take tip in A hasty manner some of with: three brancbe* tatb* GUlf<**!

pleunre. P nMjl' 'Y U proud ofhreprc ted by the Curt iu CAM they agreed ou no othtr. rntTORB7enr m 4 4 1 notice fnp ed up and capital i* necumulat ing here. TheeityofPencaoola the propositions which yon MT yon have assumed, and the routrt branche*, termini.'d s.'to U detLT' J
: ;iu (be-West wilt, from th peculiar circumstance
enl tik'A ma iliabl dmo Ourreadeu will therefire aze our *orpriseon p<-r of this tnt-ruiiig an allusion to the ; Muriakd the Legislature of tbe SUt*.
refuted and bow
Bca which have been sea will
Oht nut they tSk
) gentleir.aa.ouoot! be frund io meeting the above in a Savannnh p per.. And we Tincture of Iron," a* a remedy id case* ol'M uUowFever. of its location and the necessities of commerce, of exanHnation. The Committee on, PaW!* Land' eepd
] accon'pl'1" stand the test
crt Zl' .
ropy ;it entire to bbotr with what ftilMrisb'tlie G 4 become in a few year* byineausotialronds by far ol yIS4
H>ry'aTomiBWioncri the ftb
f4* ct Cgr.ilWuTeIltb.0tI which I. c nort' nwiispet 1. "That neither of t6 :political partita North, on withamepdrawU :oo
Sv.al couuUe of the
14 reason UM largest-city i IntkStata.. Tt>* *
Mit'. FL4c1:, STar an Wab TOf..r *-ezeeuting !his part,f the comnoisi Lavo pre>etet) n* from !titli si-to gh3 tdmiEky Middle 'u witfci i the baiof their prtionIgaiiutin4scmpabie of it pti_ th* Senate and wtoi
-i for ft bo W* t'wd 'are rapidly filling
bace bt-ea reuLiatIdin *c)I ; cannot soppcd thatjnha.ooauuuT, iioub thoeo1omnsf. the Jcr'cont with tb Z7tb f'tsami month. The
p It-ti tt' Mflfettil: paey yFeeliiig. ctmt idi gi6aingleha; t *. toe
.. t nieation. fnmi his ofreMdenor that it is "du grant fn-m the other State Ttual prorad by tb*
of place ,: rj< penbably benvevei, my %y to theutoseZto'th.LillitdrEiua
The gallnt Dcmccruqr P.WJ..ylvauiaarerieparing abolitionTov! ir 'u not tLi nice In favor ofleaHniT
Dirtnets. softer and : a report
of t V> Ubtlltb 1 riUen ia Us cffice, tnd even by Lds law-partner, was new mode of trMtrnunt bf fi-rc the Thi14irr1 teg 10 ale*?>t tbe land 'Office*, cspEeinfl7't1t. U, S.Lan > ;pofl eOOith -
I for ft Lard striigifcltt follow i in facts in nnmionwith4} '. proposition for a southern mad tOmftkSlD4: you sup.po0 .
mad 'A itlH.iii his uu'tLoiify mid approval.' Iai jt dune publish the j 0Ect( at Tallahassee, which have Immensely Increased
the 8tali.TJ treated buq lre l and-lifo+.eses ;
have over me- to'b
I Uoiw and the righta.f Irl the whig pitftThidaram.aot-wax
a ., vithki the and by,tha testimony ofOtclli
Guiift noi taattwoyetirs JfGuiPaqad
f..t-eatnll the decift'wu
the ; :
get naiilhujiiMa r'skice-2lstulta >dofnotono uumber
up cf Vdll.w Fev iii < nMmlded by yar eaprfeM sad W about by" thu worse gga-id
*.., JMk. and excitement in-Giwigiav'utl, : r to iurluojcc has' Heil wjio cftjuniwuccd this ) : .;cnt..men. from all portion* *>f tie country/: It 'N5ttfrTOfZL
4 DcnioeratB iai afliiieene at that decision orto'propara'e'publo; mind for U KLick V flht." AuF' : -- '"' n n.t then by any means the casajhalf the 0a1'ut4i. thaaerRgy1ictloti.t i6.gshei'K h&Visk
etreleal-n ftcWk'a tL&, ith tbVfreeu! !! kemi !
l lart, ft / fi'reno( ; ooutun raDecidedly
ooCoet. on fhtUttIi7 2.! bin u iist five iwt-now -near tbe centre of the prnpcotiva population ean
Bpccb tvw, ptcioj to be made f.oi.i.r. t liecnntcut r.r cveiireaistinceo if if it liappcA not, to as nAy point. argument,
BWW. Es., O-rCor, tn.J I wdabliuh Jfoj. Altetfi'tttwinur! lliis hit rum I tive tbi Tincture iu d K1 Drying fronx0to 60 -aiid vher did yea eec any position oa Uio rjwit of Xvki onc.f:1'P:
thfroforo ia fivor'of rcaaoval ultcrV jfrouadless"
h'-.r fl'I < ilii! t-f wafu a
f'fI1.i&.EIrcru: teir.uw iitii1' a !' 4v h rt, fr .Jrij' ,s.rV /r> ((2 l _spooi-frl

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rtV eff.hi .' wsis. an4 I pMirft 4 to ot spy lb 'ounntria; dtfi- RaId i* b. $b. wil1b$6.*imaM'ra. raL : 4- :

r 1 tat will ba iuBuml to wmi 40 O.ts'Sid .- G $ B flfEv.Rnp .
!eeDrt nftepMe*. By Uie fcetlon it th* Bt&tdutions years -- t'- ?
is du J2
IinutdeG -Bm.jiiirTirkwrfwia1.6y-- '
C E7$ MI Tinp.B iod.nd upon our people *>* I Idateil. Ib.i. 7t t a sq1 M i do Snsar QUr,4HIUI1 -- ?*.z

$ ; vI Le bftKb at th. mtt Satth.rulc! niid by 'ftc wnjblkr tclsaiuiagenicnt "tlsejrwertYar I '4 jwC sbout *. 1 : i ?%,rn ;,tBb&pFML yU. .

$ib th ob3et,, fci' th. bi1t'tg cany year* protracted. -. :- gil.goatir
e ; w to the length) w dkeetlon o"WJ 71>*orgumeiit twiiaJiy' tgc4 agminct tjbk liability of With great impact*, yocr feUow tiKn, W "T*'*;'* ;. UEVLii.' 1ii-- I' .

ibrIIDbcI.th rae tiraacb may be taftu*to embrace the Oovemnjebtttt: .That tbia deatrtwiwd of private v o. It MWti-. .1.. I,4edO ci'aint.-* -r : % -
b iJ; t1M SwrtWn branch! flopped property trn by la public eoeny in a publi war SCXATC CHAMBEU. Angv3, 1854.Hex. I'uttv,. Window G1*,<. &e. ; -, ,

KetUP tAe nIjf. cannot,,-j tliink, be maintained; and upon this point, 'i )Ir1hlc1twfliIk.y: t -ALSO- e : cffLit13i; :
tb .JxrreiLAov DAVIS. Secretary of liTar ; : o
at veil uudmtooJ.Btbtf !.hou.ih.Xdtb; ::] not design in this brief letter tonrgue -- .- : Enrninj! Fluid. Liimpj, A-c., for sale b' I
Tii vaa Sir.-'The pre eoce wf tbe Indians io fhfidMre regard &abdtWs ,. Aug. l. 1854. 83 6t G. & J MEGIN1SS;
cf tt; as an evil of great nugtritade, and its intiabatanta
'f State for the cm.truction wf l leer princij No. 226 of the present neuion made frum the Commkt Caodfea, FreshOrocerles.TtST .
our seelicn in desire tte'lrTb -
vf earnest for
uri** **d they pasted the House of Repreiten- e on Indian Affiire by Mr. Taomba, upoo certaiqi rernoT1.every roaeur an .,. 1 Sugar cured B.*f Tongues, received, from Nev OrleM, per WiJdPig'on '2 NEW-YOR -

debates io the Uouse Indian in -, -. 0 ," -
i. thi eogrowing : dtprcdationt Georgia: -
titi.rlI. jat recent wder of Captl Casey by wbicb two of On hand, g btra- ].aqaprlia pt of fine farrHv prBERRY Sfawr Sharp's Sugar Cured Hasu ** 1
body that some The oiuly objection to their payment which seem ::
tbetecrt cnnTJctloo/ef'tl Bow detaumlat / 4T ROWLES.d'e. Wabasu llama ; 5s&Mve: ; .
., Lg Servants were :Fort Myers a* -
bi ,yteifl of, i 1in" terii g the publivoy btretofure to have Veen purged. !hi. that these preda. ; BfSi'- Clear aM Eibbed.5ide. -. .- 2.&I88- -/ -
th&ngi1 bi teget for the rendition of two fugitive slavea, heW i .; '
neec'sa7.d f atdthe vijilknt IflIl11g.a tions were committed: t/y;th pub'.ic ebemy 1u public : .. Notice,1. .. Rcc. Lard. ..-; :.-
his them ?
umetrritatiou -
1&w* efforts r| toy eolleztgue iu th. House tort1I war; and that therefore the government is not bound by people, may araong ; rrFfvojxtnerehi .fOXSO.. PIKCKNKT 4 Ex-ra..nJ SaperfinoFloor, -,- .,. \t :.

wilitirt and fir the infuruiaUdh" Our StaTt, and" vilbf>utquesliuning _I_ CO: havitic been'diiiolVed; the Subeonbtrftih'coo- --- :Bc4 Tungne.. ) -" '"'
tefre ''K The last mentioned bill jtoindeiruify the cituens for tbm. The first nod '. 1 lVfr HGOl&lSS -f .
.u1ret the of Capt. Cvseya ordAr7wc tnueThe' -7" = Aug. 1 83 dfSCOTT; JTfIGflEST-Me'i
Ut n*"> in Uie regular order of butintt-s sufficient answer to this objeeti.w Ia. that if the rule be propntty Inst itUts a artif \* desire to know what nesure /.ve.been. adopted, or FACTGBffiE'.JLS !SI.8US1NES3 PorSae. -- ., 102 BP.QAPtlf Arvii-.fi ,r
ic1en l p juBtiee to Florito | a sound cue, tie fucta do nut \ranftr.t its application -
&t's tt iastm' are designed, by the Government foi tic- removal of on UsOwn aceoiiat R. Q: PIJCGKNEY; OUNT IIAGS. E S'f REET,where way be .
9CA iitahe f.w ekh
; Cotli
11 be durn. niUI3v'f tibose claims. The Bouuducsg of the rule itself i8 j -
the Indians frctn.the State Office. NOCTH Conyitucui. WHASF. J ton. HODOKISS &scorr. Gfltli Fertha GaodJ, 1 ia Greabrty- : .
b"* bestowed upoo other land btate pen to grave cbjeotions. It i* against pi inciple, audUc A -4.-__ 10 1854. "
-.j t* Respectfully, your obd't serv't, EER.NCEi.IcTjLt1 August _ 83BAGGING Far scprior! to any other Water PZ JGtn ..
and while it is dcmUs authorities it -
pf ruf.l InjprovemenU, upon arc wmflictlng. Tie sound '
S. R. MALLORY, I tnanlcet, compmin: many devrable arttclei$o ,
t11bk I4! Governmect pit fits by granting al and fundamental ger.tral princtple cf the social system A. E. MtX d.; 'EU, J&Fasr.it & Co. o/Coat*. O ,
tcroats1ctior.e, flr&idatLe largest.knJ. itteecej'tCajiLin1 is that Chcb memb-ir of si-ciety shall only boar b-a IlTuQfN llA-rrntEs s A Co. Bale Rope, 1>Iiic and Salt Foe1iaveialIi, LcgOa Cpt'Sowesten 4 t : ,
: 1 H5 ;. X5 tf
W Le Uuiou, biu not received lor her rail- quo t H** -f the public burdens or public calamities' either I} WAR DKPARTMENT ) Lt LAGUEjtwki f the above article* will be kept Blnnks iIoie V VI, C&r4ria # ClotM f
II on hand thruughnitthe wbol Fall and ers.'e B e1ta'Fi.Jui: surgj& t15
Fresh Garden < -VTiuters
It shouJd be hnre: in uiiod thatlhertoUof in or war. It being the duty of s<>culy to pIt)- "WAsnixcTos, Acgukt 5, 1834. Seeds. : fi
e. ao. jace J '
I.a4 1 ** s.- nn-1'sold as !low by a'm hy tny 'tiler! H"t!'.e'- Steam Pa'kug a4 buadreca of other article. .:.. '
Ucrufif ecc m! Muf'rfof .- -

Unes ef railroads, are of far more t'nportauco and u'' able to pel form tlii duty! it violates tie principle tJ4L.t what meaaureo have been Adopted J Yorli fiofi Blnod!ScVda'of Bet fore pjrcli*. ir.e -ewLere.! hEIR 4 UUdT teuad,ns4iabkd 1
Lnng ,
it i 1' bftbwlofunturalrquIU, n itt ci.pel I uVsigiwd the Government fur the August 1. l84. C3Nails. s*$*ic. 5'54IUIbkC 1ithhcW3. ;
ttlue to those States than such gntnta would Le t4i i IITWM xr''Jch or are by removal Early Turnip'ftf4.; -.r; COMPOSE AND BECOME STICKY -*re CHEAP fl

the Bute ot Flori'li. Treu! but little vaiktioiiiiitkc cah meuibor of the State to heir Ltsequal rr(1Itt01. : 4.flh i S-'Uiiiiolo IpOiHtis: fmtii Ilurida, and have tu Lste Drum.Head. Cabbage, ERanddifetfrutnasj nlber Oulta f nh iftiaUiia ,

"lue' tnd quality of lands in ihe Ni.rthwet<>n! '>f iiijuriea committal, pgr.ni any 01tln Il UIeICr ttati i:; reply that th. .;ff>rU of hn Depcrtmcut baic.iKen Late Savoy Cdbtiji R, I A A KEGS: oa Laud, and for ?a- low 07 country cr Europe"and '

gutrt; whereas in tha Si&taiof Fl riJft, Alalianiaitx3 I : pvWic enemy. Grclius E8)S. ti-it the pul.Ast directed to fTeci a total cci= ation of alltrad Lettuee.Long S*Tiiion a.snte.1 lladdiab.Amerteui i kinris.. 4VJV7 HEIR A RUST. Wsmntcd to Stand nil Clb&ates.CERTIF7CATE3 -

Mi 'itppi, tixro ate nijlli-ii! uf ucnti thronj'.4 r.re d'ui led c>n Ibc qwttion, and Vtclwo_ ) ne irs. and_ intercourse wib: the IU1'lMtl1e; surrey and pate! .GlrW Turnip. August 19. I1. S3 fn pnorj w-hatett1 .
vbicb their contenrj atcd railrobiU would run that s to rt-licvo nocitty from the absolute* i>t ntt* atiu.. put* it (.! the puh.ic lauJ nerl' !r.>re v. iiiiu-ld: trom sal*, and lipproveu.IT>.utittnjL.t a Ti.rnlrxFor Collins Axes. goods tuny te sgs& &o Sior f Ut Compauv. : ..

)lire been in market for many j e1i s nud &e. yet ua iiiiiiolv 4u t ; TtA'itlt llial a ilillor nt rule would I'H thfloa3e<|'ient raJjiladva'wc of the whit g ttleluont sale by Mc.N'AGHT; i ORilOND.For : TERMS LIBERAL, '

told;and belug ptuc barreu*, cotRpprsti\ worthW'icept 44 cxb..tit te public fins" but he fully ailn-!!! :t.sliict .-. U'IXI th Indiau country, under; efScicut militfrv ;!. t; V-\ FEW Boxes. -for sale by- HEIR & BUST.v Dealers are invited te xmnuae ti- 5..gpoisl4ws *. -

lor timber and turrven'invvwu't> r-t) notf l-rin;;I ptkv and copforaitty to natural equity. He pr*'tecti' ii. TLC me. uic* if cani d ut without -. Rent! Augut,13, l3S4 z: pcrchasuigelicwbetc, --- *- .

aa arerage of ten cevU an acre. }!r. i'i."tcr' till], cai it i-1 jteifccJly
a aubatltuU- the vriou {railroad \V!'>., J t-itt' nn-1 KMvrei n, aiwlf coarse p';Iirtly qiit-Sle '-. -ern.e tlji? In-h'nn brier to a distance frmi thrT' 1 <; rb e.Rivre- lainu.'j8b four hun- Wanted, Ir.di -Rubher, are alrrtdy.tftiftt>ffrmt m teaaigy 4.-
proposed dr< \ acre witn exeelltnt Uinlinc. n't nt octupi -
U well U the homestead, woiM it 'iti.e dt tTceI4lvc: ;r.j ien strictly jit.: l relieve, .i ftr as po-iWc *. fnt scllitmentp, oiiritraet n.v! ttflZt.ll the line -d' bv the Mtjsrs. hodaun. and f inr.erlv prwtr kn-iwn asK..nip z.u: SALT HIDES aLo, Otter Therefore purcfaaseri sl>ould beat incund that all ftmuiw -

; euffm-r* wl.olwv! .ecn IUItt l by taiztg -f if iluiB le '. I tvJmj. 'i and Deer Skins, for wLicb the h.eat Koods ar j $tfllpe.J viih thp tmoi mark oQd. -i .
OulfSUt rnti1nci l i ou a botii veategailit ; i-.ie unhappy t.) 1" funded! in tli event i-s son tlw FREDRICK TOVLE..I.y tiiarlce will be -
p'oieedtlie price paid by HEIR RUST. .
in the ro pt 't referred fa"Tb3 ( I (' f il.e f<:r.ihuli art*n cf operation- 1 iini"iii-h tl.e bt .ck of ammuuiticc :! I. 1S54. >6 A'lYUtIt1854., S3 4 Company. 5.,'54. 81 60! ,'WILLtAM P'.NAg.p.Co.: EIDER.Aug. : .

large militar/ and jnjuJicioas l.'ve; oat tMenaja r .\ie !htad audfrpiKithasl.'Stl.io life iutJ.cftle n th* !::'.!-, !! of the tr..Tiv. KOOVAL.EETTON : 1 !

maJuUlocd by the Federal Government wuhtjjf ikrVict StAte. Tfore re nany debtsiliicl I It is l--ip.v! tbit tli? pn's-'i'v produced bya stosdvuulifrcne & WIIITAIIER. b l leave ts icform University Louisiana. Land for .Sale.HPHE ; : -

; gt&!e, exempt from sale r:id tasatiiai, are t.4A tIttht ro coii'i'ion.j aa sne; by the Kan who kn.rnrs hi to liis! : puliry will iu.Itico! the! Iitdinns toBnr- ; ..m.r? H-d the Public that they bare MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.l ub criber wil! adt atrsbasb : 1Ji -'wee -

country -iin.i iirunoiic t<' oiir ;in'vitctr, tn.! \vjtljiatifw ''ity. aliuiii h thoyd nut nJTird acy grouaJ f acRu r'nr' th -'nRlvp f>r removal h'.it sh-nM thi not bthi removed thrir) tuck of Omvi to the Srnre iMe'v' o.C'.i- UE Anuu&l Co-jrse Lecture In this Department Ocilla JL .kwwn l tractor;in4. ort Inir 7Ct S4CP'al the ', "
pied bv D. Mauley one d. or Xorlh! of Hodikiai .t river.and knowa s Sac aliolishinj th.zi I iir.Jt.ctd a i'lll iu thiJutGngrit i.i.; 6 cil: eon>nipnc ; ItgaLt ; % c'lS" the paitm-Tit will n terminate in .
pjnvidinj; f<<- tlir t'a. Daring tin in n j'l-t *-nse -'ao the tv\ia\ T>U',%> icr.." &' frt i1.it. mean* to ffTer* the object whenever there isa 2. 1954. 3PERMINENT ensuing one hocdred acres'are.cleared.A.cew aura bona il ',

I had r.t.oli.or ll! tuvcon :"* Jf ios M. D, Professor of Practice of Medicine i w. fin the pIaei! where a *tr.ffice is is I ? 'f -
prefect session pu-purtd : use.-'t l by pu'iMifints, bi :.pp'iej t tIe pitrtiriii hwiijIBi : !; 1I-1'J4! Tt tint: they can Ko usi'd with eucciMs.Vtry p keptand -
J. L. Ri.LU-ll. M. D.. Profosor of '
LINE stand for
Cherriistry. splendid a public home and store V I
the sane ibject, wLk-h was prfnt-iilcd thioig! itr tii-i cut throat Sc ruitwVsva'ftd: as tli--y otiI ub'dt rv'nt petow. % ..
pith ** R *pert fully, your p -. -4-- V.'urren Stone. M. r). t'n.feasi.r of Sm gory. wishing: to purchase will apply to ;, ;

tbeilHitary Committee, aud wljch (bill I cal!
Bud it paed the Senate The Co: tr.isi >tier >f tin ;a drfiaLCe nf their own p.Wc authvrltii K uhiic thejgijzed .'. II. MLi."S7 hud A. C. MAXWELL.P A. J. Wttid rturn. 51. I>_ Prr-ft-seor' of AnatomT.Ou Sandy Ford J-CersoaCounty,FI*. : :

d Laud ofifjiv, howcvt-f. iofornis me that it f.\it'i .< Ieta ten Purport, fit. Morkt, Cedar Key A. N'ott. M. D. Pnfesorr'fMterjaMedjcjt July 29. 1S54. SO .
Gent *
i (
any. ) S. Wi'l. refeier.o* to the S-izure of IViw LOX.. occasionally via Port ard Tlio-iiH" Hunt. M. D., Professor cf Pbvsiology aad
in tbe U -rse only! because tbe enguis-se 1 UIl i i'seiwsi But the ru'e in 'tmn' ia apj-licaMo only to civi ( Tampa
que of C.
pirvant: as bT5H # for the return two fugitlreflave ; Htty.) and Charleston. Putbology.Cornbus Mary Bryan, 1 Divorce.' In Haznutoa Croat r

mishiid by a ckik or messenger and cuuld ut>t be< lizd warf.irp, TVI?I>in the >xenipti.iTi>if thc St tiTrum : *. itwntiiafcd in y %ur lottvr n likely to prodcreiijiiri C. Beard.M.D..and Samuel P.ChoppInM. ?*. f I CuurtSprwgTeziu- SS4. .t. -

found in the clo iug Ixmra of the. sesioa. IJiLiUty l<> the citizen ariyfs from tl.e] r>c.' iii2 .truU dT.cIM, I have to etute th.'it Capt Casey in FIRST CLASS VESSELS will;: ctnnn.nirnnriint D. Deaionstrutors of Ana'omr.Th Joseph Bryan. ) 4. : -
iif ti tie abovt |)ort nn the 1st 0-.tt.bcr, and R/v.n.9 f u'i will be
A bill 'mno-wingf tie crrhiai w .f ?b >..1 !l.uid?,"*Ac that the twiijrcs of civilized war ilo nvt cii ?lj
I sluo introduced nd it poteU the tucte'iu JUMIBS -.justify the A'struction .if private proj>erty UJJ
but fiilfd in the Ilnuse. hind. \Vbcn the S'ste o<>cDUt-i> or U.I-R the private ie to b lug in the other in n few cl.iva. J. D. WILLIAM IL TUNNO, of tbr Charity hospital and aUe'ud Uiis iustitutLn from perfected by public**W tLu order in ene of tb* pcfc. .- -

The following meaAureP 4f a public t-caracter wen pi up&i ty uf the citizuu fur warlike purpotts, ujvd .hui Factors Ir Sfliilhcrn Grorjia and Florida yov.'tr.br t'H ApriL lie Gazettes of this State once a month for focr mouth ...;

llio pr ented by me during the same Bicn: 1eMd the cntmy to destroy it, tbs Stat iMnulIy pnyi I t:?"" Capt H"lius! wa? arre-t -d in New York r>nFri'J. PRODUCE visits The, aid.Stc.iccls free cf accompany expense, tujoy t!:? extracruiaary Prcfeiors, in practical tLe r prier to the next TerraJ..-WALES 1

DfCeraVr. 1651.-A re ,ltrti"n of inqniiy us to tb fir it,such destruction btiug the immediate result i'f y nt the inflniice of thfin OFFICE, XORTH COMMERCIAL WHARF aiiyauta1. JOB FRIKT. Clk.C. C.Fla. BAKER. "Judge.- ;? .; .- .
extent and amount of Indian depredatiumt in Fl l..i iia; i i'4 own HCU. The rule iu qiu-sti- U iiiaj.j.lk-iiMc t<) ;.r.i rty at the inwiliardmeni of Gr.vt.ewrt. and' hfcMto Charleston, S. C. There are durirp the sey ion, about "ght hundred July 16 1864. 28 .

ub" jnent to D ?fCiber, 1 SS5.Februsry i that wnrtare cnint life and pr [ 1552 the oua lier of patient tblrteea thoua-
Ud. 18 2.-A b'U granunR ? ,OO far ; \\ wfti. WMJ 1 ajaiiif! tho j pe$')*iv <>f KKifiil, 1.1. <: :. Tl a&ilr. has caustd great xciZ.-triet. AND SHIPPING BUSINESS un-J, seven haudrt-d> and fJv.ne.THOMAS A Mill Wright and General Manager

yttEeUbb'shnuut at K-y We.. TLii sub*queiilly wutl i* whom the IVJcral Govciunu-ut b.;<-i
j passed at the unic ftb ior, upon au appiupiiatio )il1. .MAXWELL'S APPOIM.IIEMSr. AT NEWPORT. August I 10. 1354. S3 \TASTED IMMEDIATELY! a statable! persoaT J
I nndr-im tl at1? carries nntlse T t<) take charge of and superintend the btukiiag '.-

LiU.llArch I info nation c.'nttp! ted 1-y tho forrgi-it'; ?/ MkXWF.LL.DemsIi') : caiidlnte: for Cou. : THE its brau.-hps. liaildhigs til calculate! f-it Land for Sale. of suitable out builrfiogs. shelteni. & ,for a wct ar .

and May.- Joint Resolutions direetiiig th citti'iicnt if tf the Fft-ra! I ilt-epau-Un* : ] LADD. saw Hill, at some point on Tallacawee branch of -
w-.ig.n:3. ? 'T'HE suuscriJ-er r.flvri f sale Li Plantation,
zr.t. till a-J'1rqs hi# fcllovr-cltlzea-: : ; the tirae'auiJ .r lying
Prmiiut Io pay cutait, ispanish eubjec-ts, rrrj.leutfi < .O 'vinjnjr.t unlr! itw M-eul ii. tnc'.innv rjl-J! i' Newp-.Ti, fj-j-Uruber 2, 1S54. C5 JL tea.n ilf s East of Quincy. on Swamp Cr.e"k.- the Plank Ruad. A capable pers'm character m,,d .
T.i1ItZ.l.I Ip f .l infantry ooly! need apply to
Ery West end KKW Orlerts their l seu in il.p HHIJI tar t' runjiuy, ;# ri9'I f a .lt :gi lt FLETCHER I INSTITUTE Tallahassee, or DAKIEL LADD Fret
Tu.j.hy, r-.jcvber lrh. r.t ep't; of wl.ii I. are cleared. It i* a' good land as can ; JTewport .
iuii n9ti' thqo *
what violent dfmocstratinnsof & 'n, at an fjnt of <>ir l e a-"J w ::l-! :u1iC.tI4rt.'..< tfi't --- I -
1 Jth j.ttfuiurii rI"llE seventh Annual Sen-Ion of ;i.k Iatiwti''iifl tc f und Gai'deu On the
in *
TLur.-i.iy, > County. are a
rilates i in :S.r.l excited by the barl' r .us condnct <.f ; : ifcti'tlCHiCtht I preniw AL ISC WANTED i or 10 good
1 dvi'iIIy wp>'l til 'tl'tj-'tt 1I'|<1 to I I 1c'a: u Monday, (lie id usof Oct'jbrr text, uu- : >od l welliiiij House.O::&IL>ue and Srew,with eviry ely negro taen -

the Cuban aulLoiiUci. TLeso losses 't'recurdirigy me -&rs* y, Itth.at Qairwy ; .!er ti L.i li i in:; IV-arii of Ii trC : ..:her outbuiMiug n-cetsary c>n a (arm. Terrr JL. for working on, ami aboet above oauted JlilL for .
I-lay. I t1i. Ch'tt1o'bi wLish good will he and .
t ages given aegnxa weLl -
psid. m ZUt f.iiti a.I i.At i. f-IF.' i M IYCI.EV. Pri.cpal I.t-Departmr.t ; fi); -le ei'y. Address roe throngli the Qiiinty Pot cored for. Apply as above. .. ,1

Aug'a.-4rt Rr.ikt.'n, ircC1r the Tratr tig it-.'* tlie: rerr.isa-tl i f ll.c tr.in-l.'s! -'.}}' nu Tu.-d.iy, 1'jili, it i' :H.ini. : '.AIlOtJ.\.CLL.; i.M, TvcLor Mn'.u D<- OtHce, 4'r t ? ni* at my rsidence, nimiles from July 2S. 1854. ?g p.j LADD. .- .

&cr* to pay to the State of Florida f.l t1! nx-nt-j* di ia -> :i I .M>)I lurj'V t.. p-i) that i It ii !tl.e <-.t.r r.n.a'Siy T .r-'. :'.: ., ;; j-friiirt-it Quiucr.. the Stage Road Uailioa; to TallnWs. _ ... S
I Mr. U. L. FULTON. Tevi! Female D"oartmtnt.Mrs. I HUD.VALL. "
1'niHV -j-J.i. Vern.pn 700 Acres flrgt rate ,4 .
at Land1or8ale.
Indian LoslIIriics. icr ; j
by b.r in atppre.icg uu : tuLl tl t1t : t. 4rIll'V tn II. h I t 'I.il : A. SIMMONS, Mu ic L'tphrtu-cbt.! Aut 12. 1S54. R2 tlncv "
: T 'HE S b erber: offers for safe 1 hi
S.Tunliy. 23dat Dvar IVnBluff Plantation lyinjf '.
srtof:th J651, ;
Ft-bruary wishfjt tli Jj zirJ vf lii.y.j't: -. T- t Othi-r u.pnt Tcai-h rs will be tmj.l.)>e J, as the Notice X ten ned a half milts north of TaW. ,M* Tber *
June,-ICi-soluuon tj !inquiry: as t' the hst rotjttfctaccohl 1.lter <-f tl.c .> n-e' fy <'fVj.r ia i rrj.y to ou# iii.dI.41t : Mi.Djy, 25Ui.! at ic'ti-&n.s! ; i j-atroua 't ii>ty: require.tiuitubli I Lereby IVn. io piirsaanctf of tL reqnir..me'its ol are in the tract seven hundred acre of M gvd iaixia .- it

arrest the PtDmitu'atf Florida and f.,, \lnidsy, 27Ui. at Yeil.iwFii.Jj liier ; Apr rsiut j,expectr er1v i ill the Se,soa TS befcaarlin ths8rgte.s4 '
; .i tu I hu.. :.iii] whii'h) I cj'jtinl for jour inf-ifjiia the COD itution i f the State that at thc next sts- > can 0 etearedLandtk .

tbs md otter objects I bubc qcfuty! cTer{ .d the fjl I v iilKil.iiu; the policy w'ulcL i is Uia put sue; I ), 2
lowing amudmenU to the River r.nd Haibt-r 1x11, tb+rn. I iuturd.iy, 8'jtli. at IVu ac>.ia. _Srpt-vnh'r 2. 154. 35 4t t"r a tharttrr to insr.rpr'r:&Ji V C 'mprvnT to be styled ling! house Gin Houue'and &rew.with nejrro-ejibtM *
: f the Tiiilaia! .3f aiid Georgia Railroad Compaav." and U oer oui buHdinffs. Toa ooVi pn-cbater.tbi* ". -
ao} they pMsed. viz: f JC'-OOO for tht anrd route sut Finn ;he public pr i.'e you Lave noenthat th-h-1 1 1r I. ---- -- -- Bagging and Rope. An rnitl2.: 1S21.; 32 lisirareoprortniiity.! Terou. mad eair, Addr. M /< .?

y; f 10.000 f.v the tn>j>i..vrii<'ut if ?t Ji-bn's b.tr f the Floral Loud b f.-r Dr. M'Lane's Liver Tills. AGOIXG and ROPE fcrcUh- <; t> nppiuiol thmiiC'l <
tJ,000 fur JcveJiiig Ubind thc ka Wall at St. At tie I' TUt cront American n-tin-dy fur silu of the mo''. Ill any quantity.; I). LADD. For Preserving tad Pickling ;the premises. j
C.1llsItil.Il frittinin IdilIdl.fl f rthi'Mttlfin I i< \ tine: together with many cither matters iuvolviiigth 1 formidebit ills that fl> i is i.fir to, U now acknowlfL'Cil wp I C) BtLS. Superior White Rum,

privste rights of iudiudual constituents.Curitg o1ut..tiffiisg ciuinif tli* j.ope! t>f Git-ut Bi.i: : *... !Li' s-jj iior to ny niedicineof! the kind ever Sugar !IUI> Hollers and Gin Sfgoients. -' 1 1.1.1.Old Peach Braudy,

i and ti.o Unitt-d States and that iu July tit tUrtion qiitiiI 1 oRered ttin* j-oli:. Tix: atiu isa y. tertain. ai.d I Apple
sizes hand
Sueurfill R-lItrs constantly .
the reeeut session, etigrotscd i. it w s by .. a'trnd-ttit with result-, 'ith.is FOUR on "
I <;f the lutility nj FcdorjilO'>v rr.inent firt!, i no inpl.-asiit} ncvetI'ovn 3 14 uu.Y13 iucu. Also. 8. 9 awl 10' foot I Cider Vio.ear, RESIDENT PENTISTI .
the di ioeofoeB natiunal interestFlorida's tni-1 without pnxlucio-j the most aaluliirv effect_ White Wine -
cu uresf'f great 1 Vnegaz.I .
Lt'iid b'-f it. Nt dtiiPtl bwt
was argued re -r 1 Whfrrl Srfc'iu'-r.t. Jl. H. POND fc CO. TALLAHASSEE. FLA. .
Compuundi"! by one of the iii.t en.i-v: %t ph> iciulin ., Cask VTLire Presertin? Scjrar: -
dtiics rpnn iu attention received H f.ir tuaricf Lus up to tie lute*! aJviceb bvtn had thertx-n. Th our country, it i if the intviivine % hvh sci.-ricv. okill Nt-wpi.i-t.S-14t-ms'r_ 2. 1R54. 55LIV BERRY i ROWLE3Araisf "3 BOW tasertiojr Artificial T* t&03 to -S ,

'nsileratioc( M vill le icca by reference to thi ; c"mnUFi"t'trs! are divided M to uwrtof the cLiir.i&u and rXjK'rifiK'C offers tu Sinnmn fuffeiinjj. It i jg ,,jlviirviwnry RY STABLE. 5. 1"54. SINoticed 1 new and improved principle, with &

fo1o1tg: >! tlii* QveFtioii, it i prehumed, in immon with ; I t<, give this n.wJavitir n trial to pJtrc. }it fuiabivr '- v-jtxiraoc* funs,from cnc tide to tbther. .. -. -
0---- t > without seuin'orcn&,1eav4nguplaeesh.. .
nil iiurar'Jil nctjt. of the kind
In Januvy l 1et I intriKluce.! bT.b for ll-.e rstablisl: mnj'irity, ) x f all prfer.tt d, Ttill] go before tl.c umputJoptnia ,. tver offeied tt WILLIAM H. NEWSOM .7d rnnt of food, thereby rendering then-
1 tiie puV.ip. Call!! :md pun-has!! :L 4 PPUCATIOX will be made to the next Ge, ralI perfectly :
went (if Marine Ilctp-tals at Su Maris! and Apaleeh ; liatrs, EKJ. for Li* action. For *alo nt a'l' the Drug Stort.> in Talhlat-see, and ry> VirOULD hf-nu Usjf I \. Assembly titHe State for R Bank Charter,to be life-like, anJreetoriogtheongiDa! ooDtottroftbcfirefi ". .

ieoa! aau buiied e.iimstrt of tLei" ccct, ic.; urfclw I d ojily regret to ay that my efT-rrta fr4tm the frlfv htn Ai;.-iry in every Town in the SLth.September's .- V fri ndSJH'the public located; citI.iflts limits, with a stock not exceeth'ng; i eo es to defy deiectum. He wiH atfeud to &fltt1s i.t.! ? -
obtained that be alwj\ be foua.'l Middle Flt-rHa: for Full Setts. ThoseirIehii FulL ; '--
:5CON ,
the 1S54. tr.av yI
lp'-tnet.to rmam ci-dain! L'i i v f 500.f.GQ.
: I tc.k in the Senate till the last I
uiy feat day i Sstts csr. cLiftin all necessary mronBttion l>v ieUcr.
a tnnrine l. erAul nt Pt- Liit. TI e Comxtree or difio : itt tl.e STABLE opposite the Jail.rcaJvtouccoiuaio-_ -c AuutI.183L 33 3rn -. u_ will warrant in evrr inH "> .. .<..... litne ..... J -:
thf recci.t ecb iou. to the rpal i.r tn<> r./ i.
Irscurc .late them with C.irrc.g< a isudjy I1.r.es. W
C.titn ce Lsmig ti tu.ct tkr c k1erstiih lion of ie AcU uf C m;roM oi 1332-4, which in effecdi L $ tJ.MPTJOVv4ry body "knows is : HrM s krpt: at Livf ry on reasonable terms.3f"YiCaiit I A Great Bargain. 'Iprtceatsnittethes. T rau Cash, or wbtamUedi !

; a to the localities: there beg: iai n flit'iitrj d i ea.n. It comnieiicca snd nr T'-s-fe MI L J4 aol Feed fornialicd f Drovers snb criber to to the West of f :-
iilreidy; i the S'unhern fitatt-sof hU'/ ,rcCoinnierei' <> r l IIE intendiap m >ve lTJuc i -I
piiv* nisi Juou' tat! hef'r' is uf it the lurir L
;ly, one aware ? 24, 1854. 25 .:
liopia Key 1Vee t. rnte in fcrorof wih: IIr1 ac.1 s1-.zlci.. | JL fr sale his plantation contain;:! SSti acres
pcing v'th: Cu m ond Pi rto Itico in Sp14i1111 i viiidrK, rvtul. i'fjct i :re a luafofI'ffiii, tlicn a sudden >j them .tSt JJark., .aci Pensw,! cjcp tfe wift rtrfrtmeIf to eve satisfaction f.liis pat- '.f f. n.I,V.th RI! !lip, stock: of aTx>ut if0leafl* of Cuttl5'b *-. -
,; r.uJ t1ato n:il lw in Atrerifan: vc*$es also have hitherto been inelfectual. from hentvo c>Id, ir Baby :
: rous n'- e Micif a share nf tl-c public ('uOtfl.TalIah' ,-ftd nf H"2s. "f rs ei promptly establuLc'l. Oj: wii ,] coa t.xr-s cO'.uer I ctm to Congress with full knowledge of tb.4f'w davs or w-ks, it i ia oai.l, he .'r she died of bi t\, Anjt't 26. 1'-oJ. 24 nsistinic of CtT. Pe,P.jtatf- r..i| Fuddi-r. alFUntutioii !- T TWITES all 1! the advantages foif-u., ??keri j *"
*! in..ret. OO.VMTMITIO.V. F.aII tnuDiiJ with r..i-h or *
Lon-erer. ,t tBanifr.tv! require a riuiila T.M.I. H*uaehol3 and K'tehf-u Fnrranire. trttc'c.! : .
cill 4>flWu of tliew elfih and vindictive eudctmeir-I. [ s<> > \J Ja-Dperci Aaa'JurnperitIip.- -
coiiiiiut, ; woul] refer the lv.rtieiurut wii. M. TTVM -
I un,: [ we ta a M. LAWTO.V-R. WAnrwju.jrr BJCOT- "
tUi'I4meut at ip.Ud.iBuU, liut'l doubt ,,ot CQUt.s I u ili sell all the ab Li 1S15-0-7-8 Dud 0, they were prtirced i-p-m i'.a n' "ti the ttiit-i'le of thi> pnpvr of Judv a** Cht-mtral) Ei- Lo1t---.hjsrrn 1V1LL--w. L Tu (, .. j iius.I fiable .any. e. notTvqoIrin --r !
will tIC'-) PeT Sur.3 wj.nto good Inrg te tstencd t' .
i or 8c> purarp. ; nar a. dJentp. adjuetod
soon see tbe jx" H t.v 'f p'MCi.ig .n.- 'her tcnii-Hi of 7reiCCiiI, and Guvrunr I'i'j' t r.Ttf-Clif-rry u-id Luiujwffrt," whifb is said to b : are witspj ;
; by < e
a'4i. A my % I will d.t well!! t.. call and eKunnn* the< premies very 1 thiMrcu! shorter tai..potjsbl; *, w tl the JT- '
A bi for tl.e (,taVuhin of Laud et'jii : ft.r U.i* a ful rt a new
; pat rick '.f Alalxima' and t1r Soiitlieni Si-nat-r* al*, -. soon, or they may taisa pood bar'il4. eL1d Ul it, C.I the 1est nc of the e4.jd ea.sing .-
D ; Li.I I.L1U! the fur all iiicifee.i of the : "
nr.ct i in S wh gtt reuiedy "
TUi .1in
with ;? 4 agreeable tlnt'cIUdi-en will rerothi > -

*lw m-j-oducej j in Ji'iuary, at.d U has bewrn! a law. rve.ininvndoiit, and Mr. S'.r bra anraaed: and ifcU iited. Saisgl*to '' "

Tni I trust,ia comitsti.ja with the regular maH w.-r. _ _ Au4-.yjti.lS54. tf ,21 he seen at HODGEISS t SCOT3 -
with) him.r.s did alt> the lat" AMt&t i! S -<.TItaty 13 Senthera IVbarf June \V
Tie I MASHIED.i 17,1851. 24
by StwmtTs : .
will pwi-e .t
Oc'.f Cst
aloug *.tr :I Notice. _
H-if'jji'. and the preeent able c'uief of the Trtaitiv CffAKLESTOy. S. c.Anu4t2CI854. = ; :*-.
Ts uablc measure in the fxmi'imtum aud et'.e.mcuof t i A' Columbia, Fla, rn 31t Aurut, by the Rev. ----1 t
admint'trat"r -
Guthrie OIX months after dttp. tb
Mr. S4: 3mSEIMIOl'K'S 1 ? nn-for'igiied, SEA BATHING.
O-JT public land in tL Action f the Sut. Tl, John Humphries EDIJOXI! ) SMITH, of jasper, }1LL,1 \ > of tie estate Thomas Mil's, deceased late of "
Vht-n the bill f."t the promotion of tie tru-le IK COLUMBIA HOU
iDdian Ilfrv8 i U within this tiirtrict r.nd 1hs: i* n TLein :. to Mis* AlilAXXAK ED WA liDS. of Ci.lmii'jus. CALVAMCJlBDOHINALJflPPORTERS. Gaild Ci'traty, Fli tJ.Iac.1ll present Lis firs! ?ConitI
t*cell *he-5iiti] b JVniwes mid the I\cw Ei-plni.d I HU.I voucbuTft t<> the Honorable Juuice "f Probate for } Caiic (slasi p
; surveyed au'lrill t MI l be tin-own into inmle J In M-ckleubirg County, X. C. August 3th. lyI -S
In States and I'Jew York was under CAn/derntioM in thS" j said Couuty, snd aJt to be d cliaree.Li
February lust I introduced a bill ir.nkhijj PJatla : ; the Rv. A. L. Watts., MARTIN I 1. DOBY, Attorney G. R MILLS. Ainkrs1rMor. pm nr
w.t<> several years tince, mi Rn-2iidr.u-iit; waai.ir r".I I i _,;L. .2 ('pb iwrtw receptiq'tc Tvr ; M oowTne
n >
iue t.JiIin I s aaJ BnvpTt ou tbei v/f! t>f uc- iliss Atori '
ports ut Law uf-Quinry. Fla, to SALLIE II GRIF.R | AnfiCTtl2,1854. S2 Gin 1
j by & n.rid.t Senatif to repeal these acts. To in yl j NO HUMBUG Proprietor. : .thankful far the .
livery, ad thi* !hat tlsa btxsmw a law.By ttntT'l>t.r iA., Kfret m i F r 'Cl t\f r i : Vrpir, ha lia .
I great rtret then and now. that amendment' was with ; Ll. .flQJ1.IV% -0- I Fresh Groceries'and Pro\uiiona. io largely mnvecl. oepa t $ a<&arr _;i
an amendii utwhidiloff.Tvdthrouch the Ctrn- IIES1 Tnstniments! are inade nprn sfri-tly Sei- pb1it, :Lat the flO'flL i; *r j I
ttUte*of die Senate ou T. O. aa.1 P. 1L, an diawn. But it was withdrawn) } upon the nssurc.nce in c We authorized and q-it-sfed to announce T cntific Prini'ipeund! are highly! approved YE arc now receiving (rum New York"aod New kept In a style aKperior tMT: -T. I rt. tiitwill' U
sprpti. d lnto i.1 General Dix of New T >rk. wln> >:ad th. Pnifcmfioo this country anti in Europe.ValuitW V Orle'in'. per S--lwoners Eliubelb and TyIor, his bees krtroilaced Ir> fi* **** -**** Os. ,
ation f Hfl.000 U obtsM to rua tie U.d. D. S. WALKH2, Esc[, &s a candidate for diction rue Medictil m 'Ic.'Iiee. flaisler's ceeb&ted .
Car-! bill in charge and who profcsst-d to be in favor unnF.oa. Ensorsemcr.t cf tie! Mitchell & Gamier Extra Flour, nzchestra ,
.i JO DyrnlL
tn'i&ttip to the offy-- of RcglsUr: of Public Land for the StatiClktit'ft St. Lou-s SU.rfine do.Supcfwr otl'r eciasrve7ffo thu ,,,..
of restrictive laws in Fundu1 and Ceroix IJtTi, Fl' r Arbvw. ilcanorafi, ) h11se.tLz4i1Dy ar
of the
ot Xugwt wJS zrenb.r st a,,, repeal qnestiwthht Jo. ersi-iithsca-beenzrads ,
n t the in Otitubvr < the
: i._ next.Plantation mid all tho.c disenff i'i wMrh thf-re n> -want of ioertion Rj ti1(1Og-tO lotraEed
.c&iw.P1.e1 ; a '-a-ureof gtitt iuUsr.it to the o. the nil-jM-l frbotild reciv ) the early ami faVorS and tone in (be Abdominal and I'erk! Vi4cera.1 do. Graham dj. gu'4E. Aipfl'.tn 3J.eIjomfIt! the

pIt of Key TTtet. fSY conM
The % !be wa* chninnan. Th Canada biTl )parsed the ved mad for ale at the Dru? St.'re of Clear do. seriber, L5 ILRWt.OD.
of the !
importauce follow-nj anienoment wbu-1, 'TMIAT Vdliable Plantation in Jefferson Cotinrr for MAXWELL. A Shny's Sugar-erred HJ.EJS, No. ,
JofTcrd to the c'vi' and npl li
pissed the Senate but fniod! io the II"iit, \\l\l\ be &tcpce >m th- Gulf Sttea and Gcotgia to witlmi 4.ne milti! of BuyleV's Mill. lyin. Vn the At2guI Loaf and Cliirifiv l d;>, June Iy454 stabirng 3m e t premisr& : ? -

the r4i-1 ciI tLe r.ttd Stewart's Hard Candies; 24r -
tiicti frotuM"nri.clotoX.M-p.vt.c.ntaiitiiiS I00r.crewitn .Sale.A .
recngnired: "Beit fcrtfcer cr.acte, tJitt the OTlPI1Q r nK pti OIH- com ', For : -
nl! tie! Extra Apple Vincjar. ex'ri Whc Wine do. .
lpPree hae ILry.jrnp1-uYvnlt.luI. xbc.ut 14i( Hires : ,
tncnwt..rd -
I'IsIcI'flt pf U* UbiUsd: States tw autlnr'zeJ and dirscUd I llI4tIlC thc b.flt2tb1e r.f (utile same cl-ai-d. with C.'ru, Cjsw, PtiUioej( H'WCatlie. FIRST RATE SndiRs and Harness Crow A Blackwell's Piccoiiily, : '

to app.iiot two pens in investigate and collect ftht-Prpt5 11) the Eaite-n eecf.n of lie t.7111..n- Males aud Farming Ulemih. with a ew d Sa- I Il.'rt. Apply to the sulwrriber at Superior French Meztard, '-r'ar-; lnTermIgned Lahthi ; : ; -

proof under the itwructions tsf the J5t juiloxT.t nfta I I Lure bEI-CtOOIe brought this subject to your ..ttenml gar MilL w JOHN
ti.1.1. ezliUtt'd n n iriaking R Ji viwoo wrwg Uie lrtr t. TalHhas! >. FreehSftdCreketP. :
raWy.MI concek the HSaul pi,,,
lateriwr of tbe d.predaiions npuii ric' pR'i crtyfcj Us wLuh }1nrd. alone lneri1y thi3 ITh5j,5 tati n M kiluuted iu one of Lie! U-ist oeiLturi.3!* 1wbenUhandgoo. Aagu4t26IS54. 8w- 21NotIce. L.-mius and Brandy Peaches .AND RETAItVSi 4

Uie Jodtans ia JiinMa eobn-qut-ut to tLe 22th rf tun ; and I *lmll! wt f.51"f o pj Iegi1Lla. .! Sicity iq the Cuuaty.aid witiin one Pcpp. and Purtento, :

!aIabcr, tl rejTt end testimony to bet sifbit tfce fa utive and itnp ti fttten'.n mil of Spnnjf6ld Gburch. Nt.1.S.sp. Drop Shot .Scotch Saod. : ti2ER Ilki: ; .ND .- -
Corgrm ponwni 'all prtpr noc' Per514iIhiiIlg to nuiebMe wfll-efl on Mr.W.h 'T HE mxlerslgned. administrator of the estate of ALSO-800.Bu.'hb-Wfttein Cones ,, sTYoJr
at next wftwoo well Pattertou, on the place who JL A. Bezcau dece'ajsed. lat.of Leon Ci>nnty. do. Wbeat BiJwe BARNARD &. MAxW-Et.
a* M UJVKI tve o'ticeof the JegUUtnree of ingtaa will -.i ho *o. destm ionofthe property of UM pop'eof the Southern State*. -. name. jivrt'ootiee to all persona having demands p i/st sail 17, 1854.24 /,HO SICISS ftS SCT' They will be-pleaded t. ; :
TlorkI Term to either of the nrptent them tridiin the time preMerihed by -, .'. -AvT"'vFire < :
*, their devaitatrd fields and l oro<$tM4b1U easy. Apply enbecribeTe. 4- Ute to and Citrons at the oIJt r4 OItBIeaaTd -
In ertnrfnVton. Wltwritizm DARIUS WILLIAMS. ) this notice will be plead Io bur of fbeir recovery : ,
rF.e4 a most serious drawback the State's permit lo ay. that law or and Marine IrisaronceuE Jf. un.of the Mortar. 'ciYn'cfMo
npdn pris.petit7. flxmgb) *1)4 time devoted during the reeut, tesxion to 'ABr4En WiTUlOToN. ( ; and all those..indebted are requested to tnalc* InsTntaclt :I iIto 'itreet wher.y .jj
For much ef this propnlj the fedml 4 ($ Sber9eIM4. 36 atBf H1 fertwidiuteTy. THO. J. r ERKINS. rr Savanrinh Mutual Crfra 'M a full arti generalto Fsortur. sp
and areiia! inveall
the of
thorough ? tta L inetabliJ.d-.au"Ageoey k this
qn ASJIi4W'GIor.AMt2G18M
felony jtdmeixtjijsty botin.l'to mate : 1SeatineL their bt3 oftheirffiesda'aad bUsjDeL andioIt
in tb. K ., tak.fle *fi4 MazuIJi4I en pstro
tiom and p.4aeipL.siuvolvrd n s n | KebrMka : 'w 34Notice.
r ,
etpeIastioawir.e.a* I permit wywlf i dnobt list NoUce. pubfe.
termi. Apply toWy.W.1854. O.JPERE".N j
b6 prwlnded }. Wl tion to soiaeUnt .
ex LBAijj
'susm lb. siiIiet shall res fl. 13 rrJTEMtIiwIrtneriwp tinder tbe 88Admlmatrmtiix'B-
OI14TNI, .s co.derk upon n>mttr t wh1nc oar 1ne l InUreiti, we o not jagE c; .. l the day--llh dioaoI* TUNo, 0. TROUP {.US i
: The i,1im& 1)c.vtu; that Application will fentti .cuary1(4Jl8S4. J 5
W regard tb* triutopn f itheri b.d atatilgbts ajtsI egven Notice .. iH
i"n of ha
i"u ?* I Legislature m& i
The of Plorid* .jn principle*, jifler rooib a ftn prh,M farnor thuatneqnivmlrat 'in WILUM TUNNO t wbd all peao ,. 0ffl jr.'fcr :)IterstilIs and amendments In the ebarferof Sno -- Cheat 5-j --- ., I
j dcmiads ci' Uing lodubUd ref..rr. tst. of&sscLtwilI -
are a.
purcssa its
lgnds f>r Jilawftt ifly4V7WMth-ThN? e mUrMta i& P" ocol* aod Oaorgia, BailruaJ CompaoytMS. : ,
toNl Jt and de.
q' ,
d.e1cj. j WILLIAM )TUKNQ, "-: ." \ tAe c that .t7 'i

basird tkair 1Iv and prqprt may thereby ne unl r.Tioqw.ty R Q. PINC3Nflj *, -1.iw$4" to the mfcrpZst* I

411 Piyi LadiIgtbt d. gy.t" thi i Uwi Xjm;*. ay-whit tbbWM CbkiNtac.!. Atat $1 j8$4 V----A1$12t.iI854 ; .ntlafkiiti4 as kw dyem ., -
Yndins -' ., .
i : aF.U1StRiRfl ,
nms.d fr biwdeii. 4s1nthi3ts be measor. pfMmrin'tW $s's$.. w.t onwiHicc tas..nt.1t.T C rl4 4 Harr MattrawJr _4 10- iIUTMt uIeIr.TMavefl.a,4a11kirsija tuspwof their pi

t ; p ir.4 wrhole octl .t. bushji 3ugt aoij at all 1ier5hflflti1.4 4 ) ka T'
I.HM Ml.* fn 4 I toor{ MttW. UPd1'th
111Tt7flO.PIt NI.dk
., ass u It J h3t 1s AW to-T tpra Jn : g.4NET bkirth r: 1"Y' $ Q':
peniai..r.t 'tiijd' ., u w wai Jll0to :- -
tWlt,,, .ii..ly eearaX.Ic Urn* to VoU for ftol aJtocat* its final ptuwog*. ervtct TlTiLLlAM M. T
tib. it tlw j o of tbo Stf b zdutiIt- Sjytcmber 9, IM. J5 2e 1 .18 4 :5 : !.
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2 :1- I ATTEKTION LAnztheRsmoN 8.

&WHffAKEWisk1.rrs ff0W

.kV.ta sttcotioa ti tU tUgtatkuportaamt
'* thfl
WboHa1. an& W4ei.Jdand
-- -. i,.. o' .a&pfef to yorai
V il v "? .vv-'H*" > % ; ; dop,_ ? .; 41 -- Sand
*:. 8 AFB tiul[wrtain cnrH r 03>n hs. Fs&I
: Lt.. AMiiin OoO ntnptHiu*>f tl 'Jafujf SiilttjHif J I S part the IAfn *Vtrhs.: 5

3ioi4 thIthILii; Hwjung CougH and'ull PuKxmor!; : OiVarbtg.'Putty Manufacltired Tobacco, BrWgj 1 ty DiIT -Ei1Ti'. .

ffttIOI8.! 0- and Gln! Ware, t'at MedieinW YatT.aidw1httLbrwDB71i& ,
'.'. '4 d
Fine Soap. FID* Tooth, Pure Wines and Brandies Smyrna 5
: LUNOWORT ,uid Hair,Brushes, for Mediahal purposes, Blond Sax&ny5M" a' St an4 P1ithnha.1.k o ;
H : Patit 1nis Fanov.ArticJe! *, .
: (4 J: P' Garden Sefd.4. Fina1awia Scganu

; : Spitting cQNSUMPTJoN.A .'He has. recently reeeired per briga4s n Sawyer and White Goods.JACONET "wluiteaixJ4cerLDtfiI Pants;

The following !u lioiu tbe pcu .4{'Win. II. Levsiiiq. Mont.nlc. a IJt'ct; and Frrh,$vpf>lyr t every variety Cembriw, Swi( aifuaa]

$ Asthma, the tlUliugiiitbeil <>f articles usually Kept*by skugg1.J ,Planters and I Book f FiyCsSthre 'doBlVt

,9a! LIkeatnts, ..ndCUMpTION ivat Ar u.tind T.date New.Y. >rL",January 26. 185ie I'byAkiafl&willlWy8 find ktihu eataH'wbnlent a'fnllsupply. Striped Nwnaook >r p
sVhnt could .b more ncliuivc I .j.f every.thins; 'needed,and on tb uott liberal ...Pifd Lil'd Curtfiiu ," c FnC .
"It la ,scldornwe permit oun>e1vea. to'occupy inlace DR. JOHN BULL.SOME'I'H1NG. terms. S Linen M Buhcp' Lawn. Lfcto Spring Silk Y *v
in these cuiuinns to prak iu praise >f any articl. Orders from the Country promptly filled and satisftctimi -

cr JLPA; EATII sia1'tf' n.w bel14JI.L.4 lv; this n tiI..tur'mm pcevvntJ lu rniJ.' ill lit* patent mejiciue wwy b then Tre'see the lif.if gtmrnnteed, with repanl ,both to prices and Mourning Gobs.B ::4 : geti raltatsITdi4ery.

:1 JJIOX8.C1WCAL a fi-Ho w"treat ure navvd by tbf we i fiiny.vliteer'weccnsdi medicin* NEW AND VALUABLE. quality. Pbyak-iaoa' -prtoriptions carefully com Drawers. tTndesIjl 'j
: KXI KACT OF CHERRY :LK'a11wooIdeLain: <*, BlaeV Satin, ,
it ne our rigbt.-jf no.ouraut. pounded. er nrtkt's-too-numerou! to snenjjnnhc
S ..
vcd:. ANaLU$0\VOUTUr-ThJs medicimi unlike tnt* The most powerful King on the ftco of the rlobt nnw AUo Bombazines,, Hair Crape, full ;
tigirea simple tntemont s'( facts,1jiat .>tJx>rs. nuv FLUID EXTRACT IIJIIOrtmeI4. .fchth. CIlUimIrg
: vt thet2ntImI1ieI} i "f th* day is the n-eult < f thcarufiH rt\gnt Kiipmn In th* Atnetionn Hepobtie The fever I' FiYdSilks, FreriolT'* -< ,
< i like manner J bencfittcd. ITw case TvhichTJia inInoed .f tbeetowneil bt4if *S rop*t i-ilc Into tnpijfniaauc* OF BUCHU. .4 wbieb!, the snfoeriber.M prepared Id m.nurseuwet1;
Ifezpeirn.uia of ieieitific and do ,
tr us to this arljcle.Vas tbat of'a lad when rampMfKi to that of our American KIT ." December !4. 1663 51 Watered English order on the "shortest no& ; jo tWrn,
pen < ?
: .D4II > 'ie>>c/3i A/ i i The two young tb 'a Plain do Sleeves A Collars. t anM,
7 < < ft.; principal ingredieatf 'Kiiropwui HinKs employ pnww 'i4 in thrai'tolnctvwr Mining
four trb tliiu' tvh-. arxflwit
; have V nj been Ttii- wn ami cL4ebrtited..r4 ncquamtincc. <\ by fremiont cxnogaroto th ri'-ljuf of the rtrli juid kirdly. aol to ivJure Glass Oils! White Lead &e. poMtble nooaer. AH m raouf Jji
. WILD CHUKRY BARK When the strcnrth igbt air, 4.tiItiete4: K cold.wliiL[, settled nu the l lun tHfore to pt *rcr rtiWry ku : cit its ravages could be -stayed. (This occumrwo Our American King ;oei fbnh with equal will it- 1 Art BOXES Window Glass,assorted sizeJL -., Handkerchiefs. f Orders from the ,country promptly aft
tli! dit the Iet tnowi. .
urJVvffl act medicine new to the lor.lly m n loi> an>( tiiutble cs.h,.r.m1y.atketo
this xvinici. VU I 100 kegs White Lead extra 4 No. 1 T ADIES Emb'd'n'dlfe. Ladim'Hem St'd H'd'k( tob :
Tanou ,
for ci rin* tbe wmt Coughs an 1 other Pulmonary cars ago ) xetnetlicswer', admlnViter rtifc-f Mid to fitter hmtlth'anil biipthe M io pure, & S ,, 4.B.CLA1tl4t
; ri ed. bill'with very'little effect or benefit. Tlie eujrlrew the lofty and lowly, the rich and the pout. 5 barrels I jueed OiL- LJ a' C'bric Tape Bordered :4ar I8.'IS&i., LI
acs it lo-'ien' the phltii and t-aiblee tl>t/anffcreVt"eUmito ._
: r easily, and ulunc will cure'tlie.vtirat'pold.u worse, with iC'.p1o s pccttirat.on.and the ttinl- DR. JOHN BlMjlVS 6 Lsird Oil, : In Leon "
h which if *u eye an-1 pale, hollow cb.k.toltl l l plasniy% th.t pul-- 20 Kegs Zinc Paint, Collars & Sleeves.EMBR'D .Court.
>r culion. injected alwayg adiito
i Consunip -nonary diseasa was di-inp its worst on her tleliaitifraniu. llh1MllICAI KIS5 ll OF AIII! 20 packages Fire-proof Paint, (bbls. and i bbls.) Collars, Embroidered Sleeves, BILL FOR ACCOUNT ANISTRIBHaieyr
2 barrels Rectified Whale Oil
.Tuc consulted, and al :
family' physician was
LUGVORTR.-Ths is Sberiff 1tt 5'Z-ttif,
a plant.tlie virtues, of WOlDtTt \\oai atiJ tli. Lace flni
Li the Tr'tH or tin gvt.etbIba 2 H Train.Oi L 1.bbl. fer
which but few h ugb be'would not admit In the young lady that she etfi-p l l e atttleiid to the uer- Copal Varnish. t Collars. oftheEstareaof, 'Grfcbra Han and
we knowja to tt has been abi by tbv ver liuoiHiilfy; :; in liam I Ia Honiton Setts of Sleeves Ckarfe. ft .
. I tii.st learned Ai tofnlHin" ttJiit'' iktnre really had the consumption. Vet he would give no en 1ig luilliniK, the Uortor ran cay. reHvf is at jour cora- Hpiriti Turpentine and at retail-_A gen- vw, deceased, complainant *
M, 'has prolvl ourngenient us to a cure. At this crit-i. her mother Bian.l, You hfta 011)7) tu use tliU fuagleitl Trint \\ a remedy for each a..d evcry'diseasc," and th tli-rw who ftill nuflftr. nn (ti'cveTc$ bat am daily made, tn iU truth. vas'pervnded to make u'a bottle of Dr. Rogers'i do. rre not th4>.y nt their fnmiUe,. William. Ham, ndbrtnistrafor of Jonn Hatfs
1* Luniirvnh i* d-btttsi'tJ. flflYeJId.d go prove i Compound Syrup of Liverwort and Tnr, und we' air TliU woudvrful nie.lk-lne.during the Lrii-f pcrkxl attic.! 24 1RSS. 51 GL A C E Silk*. White Satins, censed. and against :Naney Lee. anti William Z, j.
by nalur Its iotiMihictK'ii, Inu cjtrrifl tioppim-M to thu bmru of sLirc'e1hineSihlcs Black ,
to slate that the cured less
for ('tIM17bltpil1t. It* licdinjf pi-orerttes' ure [ Imppy was twrft'Ctly iu thouiiaiJ'. anj jui"lc life a rlianu to uiaiijr who Ii Florence
than three months, this medicine alone, after Crape ,
by even
and ants.
the ; rrgnrdvl it only a* a piinful ail'.rble ciUt nol .
ir:4t. rapidity with which it cures hope was destroyed. his useless to comment on such To Ute windH ,,i'.h kll iilinenU, EiubrocaMoiU. lain OLD Otard Brandy, Fresh Dates, Bl'k Fui'd Tarta.*)* ass'd Col's.Bl'k TT Court- S
: the) worst eases of LToerat Luzg ; *ooUm>;;njid subtluitignll case ns this lor the simple truth will reach win-re KlllrrK and I'ulu! Kxtratftor, aod let million of glad Port, Claret, Wafd WMta Silk illusion, A 1PI, Tff"T.' rerdes' ty' 'Viat dcWU,
irritatim. almost irimediately, is n >of .J.Jils tongues prucl.iiui tile mrrlri of the great "American brrwf fWJinuVof
pn Madeira Old Port Juice Brocade Bl'k
adaplation tu this disease Thcts t nrticle polished fiction never can. If any itaubt the authenticity King of 1'alu," a p.pirs'ion co upnd olely of rgeta- ,, this State. but.wit bio the Uuif et.' Staff; aid that
: bi'ze4 zi.4 otfier purrly C./ H- of this statement, le.t them call at this office.U. .- bias and nuts, produced by America*! own rich and Sherry, Sparkling Cider, White Wat'd" Blonde ett. defendants William Lewie, and Vaiy,, his wIf .'and
vryettibl' JiigredientK. form .. .
it : ands aval boumou .41.W.woukts'k London Porter, Scotch Ale,
.I- medicine that Is certain to rure thq ? cM'eof' GUI > Jlilitaiy Argun, A"o. 19, Chatham the LATOU.wbo are alwayi ecmprienthj Jws hans, reside in tie State ol i loiiuX but oot m
.* if taken Iwlore 4t..X. r. r. of what in and what is not aTaluablefumlij inrdi- Brandy! Poaches, Brandy Cherries, Ribbons Trimmings. the Middle Circuit:
eurnption tbi sufferer
ii"entirely pros tins, to do u* a ppevUl tivor by glrins the King of t'ain Raspberry Syrup, Sanlioc-c, i It M oidertd..Tkt the id,Sivjan
tratid, Dunotbe TESTIMONIES OF. THE 2T. Y. PRESS. & S-i isli Rib'ns. Black Silk Fringes, : TTrtlijHrt JvHa\is
; discourigoLa trial can do DO Iwrm. a hingle irt&l),and if rati fuctury. rxert tb.-ir iittlaiiicain Fresh Lobster BONNET
c bat will rflavince the tnost.Bceptical (if its real \voj-th Frjm the X.Y. Courier, Aug. 80,185ft.DR. iu behalf, rwoiumruJ it. cjiexk tiell and .ftrn of it, Strawberry Lemon Shnd. .v Satin Zephyr Worsted, do appear ami anrmtr tt: )r.li f.ik-.t >n or before th,
' y;; THOUSANDS OK.CONSUMPTIVE and *.. that i: l< u PERSONS Uopcn's Sat or. LIVERWORT"AXD TAR. We al. rhariublt.aol wlioo iuduce thiirufftriMif Ginger Salmon .
arc ars they Silk Braids assorted White Cord Bobbin, Lewis and Mary Leu u. Lw \s it,. gild JeY Havis d
Ii Lave been deceived repeatedly buviug medicines have hmr.l of several effect frieudii to uw> tii) < really Taluable uiediiiue Pine *4 Clam ;
y1 ; whicb. were ulJ to infoHibft but important cure recently they will be doiiig an act (beueroUuce. thut they cut Apple *. \V bite Silk Fringe. Snake Cord which.bave
cures, ed .ibis excellent medicinal and io Gauva Preserved
by cn Quinces
preparation well be proud of Thi' i< a powvrful-mn.t truly nta icitlmnedy Jelly, first Monday ji October next; otherwise tbe <
prored/nnly/ pallitives, but this tneilicine it hot. only instiince that, came under our observation, we ran tor all cxteraal JWai ames, wring! burui, Curant do.Sparkling Peaches, pLtiuant's bill shall be taken conkwo n nv

pallitirv) :but a cure 'for wicerated"ttintfg. 'It contairano 'pctk confi.lently. One, of our empl>.yees, 'who bad &C-, aud for uiaiij iu:-rnal afflictioni,ita\ ai-erwiu cure, Gelatine, Tamarinds, Gloves &. Mitts.f' respectively : and it I, fn'ttbef pro ordered that againattlit m

$ deietcrous Drugs'nud one trial 'will prove itcastvniehim suffered' severely from a long standing c"ld.during the jt the treat U U perfectly injurious haruilev effect* in, and the Incapable niMt Jelica'x<>f pri caw>iuciuj VI Flavoring Extracts, Spieea, .,, T ADIES a.s\l and colored Kid Gloves, Q of this order be made in >oe of tkeTaUba,5| oUioath -

? ,fflevbtt. ( r Ihia any aasertioiis or wrtifientes pat week commenced the use of this article, and bin the weaki-ft cotntitutkm.It Yeast Powders, Pickles, u *4 Silk ** once a week for focrmootl,

!' r {b curing CoDsuuiptimj'a1I( all1 diseases of tbe LuiursnnJ cold ba entirely disappeared. it eutirvly tl.iiI.ij tn follow the old and worn-out Corn Starch, Salad Oil.Caper. Li .!J Beaver papers let Monday in Deer n.ter n-xt. pecec'iug said
: : Ijver ki pillow of publisuir.j ii> the public ttiou.auj of cvrud- **
Fe suiin Spitli'nff oflLrtd. C.etgFipaf in From the N. T. Mirror, Sep. 2, 3 I860. cateR of wonJer.i ptvforoird by thin tuediriue It COlts Olives, .*, (hmere Ordered at Chambers.-i rt: .f J.t A.D. 1854
..3; the *id and ch ft, nfft* weatii, &r.&r.C'ititn but tweptre cenu to try it ; juid hr. llu.l f ki! BAKER.
>. To protect our owu as.:well as the Conrumptiv LIVERWORT* AND TAB.-Of the th tues of Dr. Rogers well-evnrj reputation on tbe Kiug of Falu Uuiug all aud English Mustard, D. H. AMES. 'a BlTc Silk Mitts, As's.'." R S 1P54. St 4n
' I- : sufferers we MreobUj..4 si eavt on nil to find Cou h medi.-ines prepared froth the above wtirlcfi.if Dora than he cWiu* fur it. Worsted >
is dles its in We would auk. have jou the UhvumatUm or (louv: __ !::lPtluhPr: 24.1853. 51
the! fiisuaturc of COJISTOCKJL BROTHER'onJ ne now speak ; efficacy Fp edilyiuiing 4S
the ttieM are not pleanaut couipauious.$ and we knu tnat October 29. 1853. Manulactureo Tcbaeco.
: v.-r ijvvyr. without this it is worthless counterfeit. ) coughs cold*. nd other lungoimplrtiats. which you would li. e to drive them away a* oou a s podiible, Just Keeeired, per E. Remington, lUST RECEIVING
tiembrr tliisu too frequently result consumption is t>i well Cfctabiuhed thin us. INSURANCE CO. a further stwk of ictte
: A FRESH supply of DRUGS and MEDICINES, AGENCY OF THE AETNA ''U J boxes assorted MauBfiKtnred Tcbaeco
in public confidence, to need eulogy now. 4' BCt.L'3 KINO Of PAIX at ]kwg
4 ,: CJLILTors LINIMK FOR THE PILES, tc. Would bi cured aluicwt iuimvdia'ely, of Rowel \. Paints, Oil.tDye-Stnfrs. ite, rp1I ; undersigned, Agent of th? above Company. prices than it can be b.rrgl t Jo any of tlio Jaizc it .-

-It is uw used in the} principal: hospitals; and in the From the N. Y. Despatch, Aug. 25, 1850. Complaint you, l>>Muter},tuuiiiir-r Compiaiul, i/nolera )Mor -ALSO- _I. will receive applications for and make insurance keta Ni.rth. Traders? will d. well to excmin t uuiht

Lk: i4 iirivHl 'jraclicoofuur canntry by on immense numuer We hove heretofore taken occasion to give our tea ban, Crump Colic, Head Ache. ToOth, or any otuer. ache 500 Ounces Sulphate of Qnliiln Far ugaiitut loss by Fire on Brick and Frame Buildings befi>re ordering their Spring atoei*. Will fonird

'.: individuals and families, first fitvl most rertain timotiy in favor of the curative properties of Dr. Rog- or pain, UM remedy U itiiple aud the cure certain.USK tfrapd. D. 11. AMES. Furniture,Merchandize, tc. samples, with |iricf attached; toanr deivnie ft r Amdit

Iv rth cure uf tbe PILES, mid also extenivelyun eis' Compound Syrup of Liverwort anti Tar. and THE UKEAT KINO OF PAIN. April 22, 1854. 16 January 29. 18.S3. 4 B. C. LEWIS. to lat oi April will be' givea'wLrt snycu, .

1 eftectu.ily! n< tn btfflti: creilu'ity' tnleps where its would here repeat the advice already given fir all Would you baTe 3 our Sorn, Swellings, Caff, Burns, -- titv.ia reqairt ; D.-J D
witnessed in'the who afflicted with &ala llful***, or auy other wouuJ* Leti..'!, we repeat Assortment of
: effects are Exttm-iliy following com (k-reom are consumption or any .1 U, UM UM FRESH GARDEN SEEDS, Extensive Jfewpmt,Jaauary 21. 1864... a
]pln.ints! :-Dfopit.Xwlli'tff. 2th iinnt!>ni. Anile ut the prviuonitoiy symptoms, to make a trial of"Dr.C3fThe .
I i Ii route,g.Iq bflflJj.f. eair, .S TI rix', JJ, ,,j. R''g..r' Prptrtti.: Sn. \ be cured of cald Head. 6itt Joints Sore GROWTH OF 1853. Bank of Charleston.AGEXCY .

: 8p"iin& Bir>tt, : : frdh or of lon stjindinjy. and fever ( or< 8 Its opeiati tel plute origrart-d wrapper around each buttle, and Salt Kn-uni. UiUr of l'i.jiii-iU4| I n'.e1. lit l'( -dllatid reetiv'-.l. U.H.AMES. TTEIII& respectfully McNAUOIT A OBMOIHX
>n ujvro adults and children in re&l'ieig' rheumatic H told wholesale and icUil. livsccvrr4 l *. and all other Jforea. either dry or ruui.iui tie Dif.PItt ?I. 1S. fI I.J. attviition of their coatomers and friturt tu tic ex- Xf yport.Jmronrr 14. 1854 2. .
fcay agaiu mutt &.iiz, IOL'K ictau itJt.\ JiLu iiuuKI.0 :_ trnoire usual tasteful a'ortiuent of Spring and Summer
Bweliitisfs, &* d loosening con ;hg and tihtiu-s 'i :. chest by r'1.ixatioa of the jjarts, Jias bt-en aurprisin 1 I 13 Ch litres "ht.. New Orleans, <> OKi'AlN.;:" Metallic Burial Cases. Gu ds which tlu'V are r jw opeuiug. Consisting iu Notice.

.. beyond c.tnCeY.iofl. Tlje common remark of ib- soho Sol! general agents for the State, to whom all orders Vould you W cured of King EviL Canrrr' Tumor, part ofCirnts OUTmonths after date, tfie:m>derw"gnd admiowtrak3
Eruptions, or any * has ud it in the I',! i, is "It acts like a charm.' an'! n|<|)!icattiiio for Agencies mu*>t be nddrewed. then uvo Dr Jobii Hull' >irrtt>u-i.u iu' ruaily, a. 6$ a. Lustre" trix of the caiaieof Jvbu Cf. Ka laV.Vft ared, bit*

It it ,c trranffd to please any 'person that will try it. ,S.Miii; so bv I). II. Ame. Burnnrd f OadsJco County will preset Lr fiuul aw nnt and

--. (\iiition.:-Never tr.iy it unleoa you find the faeernil Nash t Co, TallahossM-. Rogers & Son, Crstubo certaiu thaa a medy and vOectual eure. 'S D'Ete Ti'ucbere to the Jih'ge of I'roUte of said Coca?;and

j ; nl/nature of Coaistock
on the TrrApjKr.DEAFNESS.. sn, Quincy; A. II. Wilson, Newjx; Samuel 1'uJulv'1.1854. PRINCIPAL OVriCK, F1IF undersigned keeps cim-tantlv on hIani 'enri- Merino! S. Paletots, _Marot. is Tt.M. 11 Bt>. VnJnUFfrhFASHIONABLLSPftlNB

leat.i, M'ittieeo.! firra CaOu SiRitr, Oig DOOR fcttow MAII, oils sizes of the Patent Metallic Burial Cases ,
Us Dr. a
t D'Ete
2C 4 l.OClbVlliK, KT. mentioned io the accompanying eertinYate. Drop &,'SIMM R
r 'L 01 L fir the cure of Deafn s. Also, &1I thtse d'wa< J. A. EDMONDSON, Clouded Martilles u

; : greeable noieS> li'
vuter, whizzing of steam, which are symptom? of apjiroaching OUT Tilt CN1TCU eTATW.IX WA-UIXGTOX, April 5th. Cluimlira Sack a.a' I AM now receiving an xtenrit, aw Mtt.n o

r ; -' deafness. Persons who have been deaf for ATTORNEY AT LAW, MESSRS. VII RAYMOND Kremlin .. Ia I' Cloths.. Cassimerrr.. Veatinf Drsn d Ite'WILt.;
II. AMES Tallahassee. A4flGErLFMF.iWe ,
and were subject to MOXTICELLO, JEFFERSON COUNTY FLA. Ageut, ** Brown and Fanej Lineup, White and Fignredjjs;
t-wenty years use ear trumpet*, witne eil the utility ot or- Fancy GiiiRham
29 1854. 17 flm your
t.;.? have after nun? o:e botUe. been insd xvell. March 18. 1854. II April natii--ntul '. Patent Mctalli<: Hurial Case." u-- l to con Brown White A C.,l'd Linen eiJli-a. ail of whih 1 am prared ti alwup uash4't

4 ;, TO OWNERS OFAND DEALERS IN HORSC3. vo\ the remiiiii of the late Hon.Julm C. Culh .ui, to White nnd Buff M lrst.ileo! Vests, notice, m the most fatbt :
DR.WT .- rA
:; i .-Car/Ion'* Fouid'-r Olntinrr', fir tbe euro of C. WIIITAKER, NEW COTTON GIN. tinC.>njrre'f>ional Cernetcrv, whirb impreFe l us with u nnd f.iucy cold Weltinjj ALSO

.. 1'ouii.ler. Split IIoof f, Hf-bouni Horues, and Ciuitract" RESIDENT PHYSICIAN the l llif that it is the iWt nrti. le kn wn to 'iw for S. Prn\Ti( Jjiu-n '* LAKCC AND nKiL.dK'UcTKD STOCK W
1 anJ F veris h Feet Wornds Bruises iu D'Ete Pants R If Y-It E
t" tinFle"h Binck ,
> TALLAHASSEE. FLA, NEW PATENT STEEL TOOTH CTL truii-Mirliiii| the ileutl to their tiuul rt'stincphice. Drap CLOTHINQ,,,
/:'. : <}alle 1 Bicks. Cracked Ueek. Scratches, Cuts, Kicks his profcf i iim! m. ices t<> the citizens of THE ) GIN whose failure has been reiiorted With rc r ect we niuVcrile ourselves, Yi-urs Ac, a. .a a Elastigue 'a* Tnnciftin? in part of CasLmamte Fr<*k Vend Sa k -

, Ac. ou horses. OFFERS:
r\: O'i'fion.AU 'fthe above named articles are ifd of P.>st Office buildiug. immediately adjoiuiug Dr. ind able to rim, nnd doting the luft n-ri'-oii lu.6 been: Lewi Cas' A. C. GreeneV.. R. King, jiu-eii's Cloth Sacks. Drap "d'Eie Fnk, Stuck ai.d Bueinna C af.

, L!_: v"il'by Corastock i Brother. 2 St. Peter's Place, di- ZLtbh. to that tirtte of prrfectii'n which rcti'lerie 1). S. Dickinson, Dan. Webster Henrv Do 'Vre, White nml fiirwy L'nen Drill Pants, Alpacca Sack and Bwinens Coal, White.Br 'o and

. .i rtctiy In rear t.f the Astor Hou e, between B trcliyfd Junuiry 14. 18.14. 2 ly sucees brought* certain. Fr sliort staple its great superiority J. M. Mason, J. M. Ik-rrieu, W. P. Mangum.OotoWr Blue and Fnlioh Ci>it' n, de. ''Hiioy Liiu-n GutaJ Black Drup ifEtrmid Sttomtr7a.

I'etfif *'** one door from 2'nndira>t, New Tirk'a 1. 18S3. 30 tf Brown ai d! Bhwhed Jean Drawer siniero Pants WLite and FajK-y Linen Puti,
? \ whom all ord rs must be directed. Also by EDWARD A. PERRY AMAKER over the *aw Gin i i. strikingly ap]>arctt: to 'Nniju-Jgc Linen IV i.in Shirt. M<*riii Undershirts, White ano Fancy Marseilles Veit. Fantv cud I'Lia
This consisrs in its leniiti tho lint cleaner
: i BARNARD vnly in TiilUlianee. who is the Miperiorily Leon County lion Geutd furhioimhk-:>tk Silk Hats Silk Vests.Sl.iits. Collars,CraTali.UrjdersUrts.Dmv-
kno' and does
not out
i o/ifv wholeaale dealer for Florida, aud will supply tnnit tijt-n iiiidfnc from TALLAHASSEE. FLOUIDA.rpHIS 'a 'a DiabBesver, '- Cr,. Gloves Hi'iery&e. JOHX PRA10KIUS.
merchants at the lowest break or in uny way injure th- fibre, at the tame Black fur. Drab brush h and Pearl hats 8 1854.
pri-c ] April 14
ountry lyJ'brts'n
full All _
CrtiiMiithiiietil i is operation.
time impiirtiui t<> the lint that fe"ft ni.d nily feehitigsIIC1I
A-Kppes, Monticello; E. SeixHc, Thomas vile Ga B. Black tt fam-y v.'\\'d Wool & Fur Kossuth Hats,
21, 1868. 20 -R iiaiunil to the tttiple wln-n picked by huiiil, J- orders will If attended to with promptness, and Pearl SKYLIGHTOVER
i : : itnd by one b town Infanta t" Hats.
person every with iitmtitfMnnd ncy
makint; the lint fj.tin the MIU lot of eed, worth M work done diKpatcb.
October 15. 1K53. 41 JOHN B. GALBRAITH kintU of uvhas W.-rk. Mill Work, Fancy Goods- BARXARD'SDRCG STORt.rb .
Fii'tn \ to I 11 cent per pnuud UKUC than when ginned Ail w.-rk. *> -tcnm:

DAViD- WILSON ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, on the euw pu. Gin Ge-iring. Su ur Mill Circular Saw Machinery Ribbons of all qualities, Bonnet, Cap, White and HE subscribers respectfully annocnire to tbe'LaJ -

Tallahassee, Florida. It cloHiu the Sea Iblnl 1 Cotton enutiful' nnd will Shafting, Pullcv. Hangers, Plough Casting. Bras iCooWed Satin Ribbons, Black, White and Colored die and gentrenieu of TallahnMe-aBd vmmtj

'T'AKES plcasuitt in calling tbeatt'ntioit of bis cus gin fn in hdu( to 100U jv:uiidn jitr day. nnd HO far a* Castings. ic.; ul'. >. Sugar Kettle, of any size kept Velvet fluhii'ns. hut their Gallery.IB pen daily for tlw- rewptko wf.iwtore .
4 -L tomcrs und the public to the choice and extensive c: P Office up-stairs in the Capitol, immediately ilnniifjclnrers have tested it, the lint i* in a much tiHtetaftly oij hand. All work done iu such an *stab' Ladir$ Dress Goods Sundays excepted. Jliiuatwea takeb stall

r : aesortinent of adjoining the SuiiatChtanter. I Ott. V. 40 better cut id.t ion for tlio Mill than from auv other liahnii-ut \\ill be done In w, with a iiarticular regard : Oonsistintr in part of izes a&ndstvlca 6f the art., Ldies'and gnt1meu are

:; AND SUMMER GOODS to the strength. anti durability of the work.Competent mma to cnu and esaiume tUir '
; : SPRING D. P. HOLLAND, Gin. I Plain and printed Embroidered Lawns, erethnew.
A vlticli lie ha just'received by all tbe"recent iirrivaU, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, In Xorlh f'nrolina Mexi, ,s Rattle& S n t.fEilgeestiuib : Workmen always iu readiness to put up Black and 2d Mourning. Instructicn&giTeDirt the art, and all 1 kinds 0

I- mi 1 i* n..w' opening fir iuppe.eli Iu the dii p'"ialvrhereof Florida County, WM! Dr. B. I* Hill. .>f Wayne C'iutty., and Engines, d-c. Plain. Printed and Embroidered Organdies, Daguerrtan materials for ..aIe.February .
be pledges himself not to be undersold upon Qcinty. several nthers have tried the Om on Short) Cotton the Terms will l he liberal and nil work done strictly for BUck. White, and Cvk>red Jic >nct.Bbek EUHNS &.BA1LE.

: in the Courts of the Middle Cir- Mid ) with the rfl'lt.In cab, or aoffptetl orders ott some hui mess firm in this l M. urnin and Colored H..1854.MONTICEXIO. 6 '
.:r the ame term; by any b Am MJ the ab ive", nay be fniud u very rare and 1'cuit, and! | Jackeon and Franklin Count Sen. Texas the New Oin is Uiund to eweep clean.Capt. .- phiw. Libt-rul prices puid for old Iron, Copper and Bhick..Colored aiwt Euibmidervd Tissues,

4is c-Loitc seld'-tiirn of Oi'tibpr 23 1.PS2_<2_tf John Duncan of Matn i>rda. who purch.ntd the Bra*.*. Plaii and! Printed Heniamy HOT I,. -

Ladies Fine Dress Goods first two Gins eoM iu TYxi'is, ducluie that ifhe bad All letters must addressed! (piwt'pald) to Black and 2d Mourning arid Colored Gughamsf APT.NEWMAN having cluK LH Hotel,

. x iu of WILLIAM 6COTT, reO'-ived them in-time to have (finned hit \\h>ileci<>)<, it J. M. SHINE A CO, Tnllahaie, Ha. nil c1ualit ice. ____ and the subscriber; having prabad and
nsisttug part would have difference of from March 1 1. I 854. 10 all > tKat- large awl e4rinjnodR>usr tk' UiTd (
: ': Br-Kjde. $ilk- BerAga R"lv, S<>lid C--l'd 7T f T LAW -lflC'P a 2<>W to 3tWO Rising and Inserting of descriptions, itied j
dollars in bio Li r. Clii'l red Parasols and Parallels south the Court House formerly ViupidTtru a
'l 4-4 BUc-k Silk und } uivd. MONTICELLO FLA. P. B. BROKAW'S
; L < The Go iu2h Gins ranted and Parasolets. hv'Mr.Goodbread, and kiowa t1LeDuitLgerI1ons .
> ore wm to pick 1500 pounds Black and 2.1 l MourningParasols
'. -:: :. Crap 1'uucy da Silk Piiri*. fl"Ijt-Wjjte Worke.f FreucL July SO. 155). 30 tljan of lint itt 12 bourn. Tlif 48 inch Giiut will do froni LIVERY AID SALE STABLES, ( *
Tobacco. It)"'.) to 1200 pound- of lint iu the tame time, with Capes. Collar atd Yisittes, has c. i vertd thc mid building into a fwjtV *JJ-,
l' Bjra share of
proper spoed.| und to run as long ns a Saw Gin ; and Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, respectfully solicits a pobb'c'patronage.
styles, Figured C.'allies, TL'ST received a: large lot nflhe vzrions : 4"IIE i i wil be to render tboae emni!>rt-
of failure with vill be made parcd
in Oite proper ut> they paths or expense
3'? Sill.J 0 fd. Tan. I5r;.wn, CiialUy Bcrn-jfek, .1 the' Bcrger TJ-bacco, wbcb' | to the trade will be old good. Frs'prfrt'r would in- Snddlt'rjr. able who niay vi.it lai ttxire. -Tbe Tell I OWF IAt* '

4 ': Drabs, tte$ <.%t.'S. "trrcc.i, Pi iu'eJ I2twii'i. nt eut and charges. I). C. WTILSON. forin.h friends and the Ladies Saddles. Velvet and Plush sent, bvcApi.Ne.'wn.aa.are: eta
Price of 48 inch Gin ?3<'0. For CO ineli 825. To Stable lrrner1ykept.
Zt' Pink. Blue !Lick an J different f-tles, April 22 1804. 16 be delivered at the nearest depot or landing to the public that he has rebuilt _ Oeiita Patent Leather Entunl Saddles, cry nected vitb the'lleteI. ?E. BLACKBCB5.
.i :_ : Wiiite !Beni ea, IIulins of.til kbd.ic, tc. Brick Stables at tbe old staud. and M now a. a' 'a Spanish 1853 : SI.
"l3 VKER MclVER7ATTORNEYS purcl ier. end a Man furnished to set the Gin raoniug. hirfarge Miniti4'1119. 1)ecenli 24, ; _,
tx ALSO, a full luisortr ent of < Terms Cash on ten duys trial! prepared to nccomniodnte hi. friend and customers.IJc Tennessee S

Lice uud Ernbroidfries, Hats nn 1 Caps, AT LAW,. There will be a btock of these Gins kept In Tallahassee nl'o has attached to hut Stable*, a good ivhtc S. Russet To THE PLASTERS OF FWBIP1
Boatttt*.jttiii Trimmings, B 'ts and Sh'M>4.IVniiUaitd whera be will have done all kinds cf .4 a. Si>niiiah '
the Brick Store smith filiop.
TALLAHASSEE AND QUJXCY. FLORIDA at nscttitly Ud by SeedNoT. Bnnbvg.
tvcui> Cotton
!2 Funs, Wood! and Willow Ware Chamois Seat do.
in the Middle E.: T. Taylor A Co. for the sale their Plantation work, Home lk enjg. nd Cairiage work Patent Leather Quilted ,
',. \\;T1LL practice nnd Western Circuits Men rs. of saw BE uudregued.niW in bui.nls
Gloves. Hose Hardware
; and
tc. and
Cutlery, best and with and Bridles Martingales. Ridin; Boggy Carriage
in the promptings .
V of Florida, and in the Counties of Decatur and Gins. very home bas nude arfangtaieut vith tL ,
Lvlie Gaiters Hollow \ return ,
i ;' Wur-'i > Iron, Whips, Valises, Carpet Bags, Ae, fce.
Tie8an Bj kius At, Orocericb, ic, ic. ic. Thomas, Oa.BOLLING All communications addressed to (he Agent ftt Tallahassee dispatch. most careful PlMutcre 5b tie pehetitfl "and iroprwe-
November 5, 1863. 44 Hardware und fuller the
Gents Dreg's Gooil*, BAKEB, A. N. Jl'lVER, will meet with prompt attention. inent of eed.to supplv him with Ci-tton Seed fir

: :; And, all other art idea required by the country or Tullokawrt Quiiiey. JOHNM., WARDWELL, ACE.NT. MILES NASH & CO. Knives and Folks,Pen and Pocket Knives, Guns, next en.p. lie has taken great pains tw prioritber..

town> *4 leut la fine!; our stuck cuuuiiits rnthei i J'i the January '7, 1S54. 1 Shot Pouches, Powder Flasks and Game Bag.Trunk, purest and best torts, tn-.l t4 engage tu JuraiJv U*
iuWantial realities, than iu puff ftod outward P. S.-Tbfsfc Gins I can W seen in operation on Short Dealers in Drags, Medicines, &c., Box.Door and Pad Locks,Cast Steel! Siwdcs and Sborel Planter of Fhitridit vill. Ic'tf-r ?.* ti.sta hate ?
iip I Notice Cotton at the. comiiK'ucermiel of the next Giuning CluWk Planes Cut nails., lie Mill .,tliver
I>carajic s.. inform their friend and the public that *, Collins Axes. Augers; b f.rebeeo bronjrbi t -", 9ate
season at the Plantation .i f Col R. W. William*, Gen. WOULD In BhickamitbV Bellows Hammers. AnviU. Stocks the'ordcr ' April 25. I6. D. C. WILSON. S hereby gi en.ofthisStaU in accordance with the Constitution on hand a good assortment of such >n. the stetl tu
1L I that at the next eeMion of the Gen Win. Bailey. Gov. John Braiieli and W. F. Lluldof articles as are'generally kept in their line of business, amd Dies. Screw plates Vic,. hints, Corn Shellere, Newport, during the next fall or 'whiter 5 ,and ,*iUpo*

4 :; AITI K r.. fa ., a. M. DAVIMOX eral AsseiuWy. application will be made for a Chan* Leon County: Col. B. F. Wbitner, ofGndsdcn t Co. ; jaid will be receiving regularly i. ah supplies; Their Straw Cutters. Cast Plow-points and Sweeps, Trace duce certificate*,atteated.as tutbe barhcltr...' ef ll f
DOBY'a. M. White T. N. tJ. D .Marrick and B,A.Young. .
to be the Thomas (Ptuun Ac. itc. ticlea furuLOied,and tbe etandiug oflfc* 1'iaDP iv"
Incorporate i Company, to styled Georgia terms shall be reasonable.
and Gulf kailrpad Company. ( M.
LAW, .Angost 5. It 54.- 8m 81 Daniel Bird, of Jefferehu County and J. C.McGebee, Sugar,Tens. Coffee Rice.Bet Pale- Otard Bran be r tbe Big White M k*>, tbe'Vkkthal't* E34

rM; ': QUUOTbULtIDA I.q: aM.CUL IL Harrism, o{ Madison County.. Wakulla Iron Works ti Old Rye Whiskey, Rectified WbikeyGin.Runa Little &D1tu.. Tl. BigWLite"1txienfl sic the zss&

41f4?: WILL practice in the HM l*Circuit f .Florida. ,M..dioii Ciiciilt Court. Middle Curtail nf Flvridi: ;. Tlic loiter"from' Mill Jlnnufucturiiiff Cmpa- Wine! Sherry and Madeira Tobacwi Snuff. Cigars, sought'after in Mwriwipw as ,the most r

nth Eastern Cntjes f W *iyidTida>- fall 7frm.itM.\ Attathmeut. Hum iiioro to, nv, published bel wTgives som idea of the Talue oi NEWPORT, FLOUIDA. Candles, and Soap. With a variety of other aitldea but *ni supply! either! wftbr .lbtr if deirett. .: .
4 '
All bwJaetd"entruttedattention. HUSO; ( 76-1(JO. this Uia for Long Staple Cotton. 'vms Establishment is now jn operation. All too numerous to.insert here. Planters wisbinff Siedesn.wT'lre5LUi at

tj.1.f:; : .- William Mc.aoght and James Orrnond, Merchants J.. orders will be attended to with proniptuess, and Tallahassee, Match 18. 18S4. 11 Court House; Florida, ast eld L.DUTTOH.:
SILantJ ] HOLYOKE Mass. 4 1854. -
April JLl'H
and.partners, sing the nnine aud style yf McNaiufbtA'Ornvnd aft work done with neatnert and dit>ttteh. ,

u i4 for Bale. vs. S. K. PiuuvsT.'Esq.- All kind Of work, such ua Steam Work Mill Work, Notice. AprilgO.J8S4. IT'Notice.

I .Jl Wilinot ulfer,Oe0rg4 it Walkiand Rkliard T. DrarSir'.Vfe: bave uaedtbo/ew Gin Gearing Sugar'' Milll Circular Saw Machinery iLL; persona Interested will take notlcfr that six "
; : T WI LL *11 in f plants t ion on UTOM th.it arc reas1 bale Island and other Cottons Custiu Brass Jmottlis after the first" of S stat
'. .WalkitMeelanti'andVfluerN, using the name and of sen Lung staple Shafting; Pullers, Hangtn,;Ploogh publication tbisadyVr* baVh Jd .tbe !
: ontblennJ cconin< Ha"iig to tlie.'purrhuser.. It .stleof.Waltera Wahlet,, which you say was ginned on your' Sea Island Cotton Caitbiga. tc.;;:aUo, Sugar Kettles, of uny,siie kept dement, I intend tcT'aj.ply to the lIon -JudgeuProbate. { A. IL persons ) 4LeO 0flitf,
iiut tu Jefferanki Ctninly, Fb-i'-(ijjhUenmilw -East of Gin. band. All work done aucb! ah estab* of Leon1 for discharge from j fIar' Orcin.
4\ rHE: Le&41ahts and aU others interested will take constantly on in .. County- a ray WttLlUtkt ?
T-llalii is W/u.tii .jtei iborlid< rof 1auinob. It JL &MpUceofbe ounMh'eueeniMit'attafbnunt lie above we regret in riot.baving-a largx-r supply ..ofthis lisbtnent will be dime by us, with a purticouur regard Aduimistratorhip the estate William H. Brvekenbiroujrh. > rnt.pritteviUIt O1'$ DOUeU !wL'tu5of

uhnicf 1>nija: >>d1ivv a <
htfcby ,
: cleared. Lit < Hipifni) Appear
airty thfr-rioYefi
iert bnyeri e< se
would eroxWe'us to tlw inreadiu'esa to BftOCKENBBOUGHIfL
eom put
ior sor,1.r; | *. ANDERSOX P-KELEK. plead tu the cclaralion thtreio fiUjd. ;- Jodeinote cilyr as fylatlve Competent Workmen'always upEtiginem ELL.EN.A. e& -
e nierita of ybor Cotton.-Gin* over'the common. $ 4c. .. \ June Vl',1854 ?F4ni"Ncitia
IBM. .
May g. "
18 tf
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be liberal and all work doli strictly for
roller Jili. ,. Terina'will ,
U 154. >9 rialDtiff
LI'i-- July >7Atl< ya:,
; NEW YORK. ,.With c ur exRerih ub;ec .tba *oMll tut of Cotton ea b, "r eepied; 6rders-on seme bosioesa'Sim.. this 0 S n

BREWER & CALDWELL Notice t b Debtor*.:4no:, Creditors i Fcofcired,wu Bra of theoiintonthatj urCottin'Gio place, Talishassee, Quiney. r : tnontba after% tho ib\U of tblsruake notJ. sbIL *

.' 1Ddfkdk. t1init does not iftior* the'StupW 'tLarCtotldn; and flialJweJs'an S Liberal'priwi i palitfor bid Iron. Copper and Bras* S"IX applicurivt) tbe J ndgo of !.Vmi.oi'_ 'esrciic: tliH r .jyj

UOOE.S3ORS TO CENTER A CO, Ak. 1414 i'r InjproTemrtit irt the'v ercohVsi-.and eleanlfths All letters must be addressed (port-paid) to bt n County,. Fforida, for my discharge aa admioiBtrator S j5I,1854.4 :AlaebAt.o A Sa-5iwora S ,

t vp,. CEVEBIL COMMISSION MERCHANTS iQocny et bet.1i pt the Ibie.'whi) h .wihl..materially iucrraw tbe S. JLIL7ONTLACO.January1 of Jtibu, Coleman, deceased. v *2'l'sz.toQ;' S

..'.*-* -"-' ,,wt,. t'O, OLD KLIP. tigtuit.* salt! cutaitf. roost l pretHited; !" ''in 1Idruds the 4kioftbe1trti4e.wI- reduce.th- cost oftaruif. Mmnunc .SI, 1854. .. 8 :5 !'ewl'oF1a.i. VANS RAKDELLAdm. ': ttiebaTcLJ.IaTL' S
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IIItwevcrei.iretitloni S. 20,18&4.
May 18, lK5A. 19 ly.r. tliuereqttn- by; biw/otht-rwisf .'.this DOtic"*'irlll icpleadiubiftbvfrricirveTy .ti' 'ccaj- be I IaNtsfI4.d17 Copper Tin u and Skeet')ron May. 4 5 S OrgILWcltersnk UkI4
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.1, the 'r ff A4EYTWIOCKEILb' h db.sfr.t1tisw I I ANJgTtY: 4na1 i :_ --
A'ppL1jTON'! Ui iiiade to next Geocral cpeeu mouths ft rdat.J. blll prPs.DmY -

Mi.; 1tA.iaewblcofzbis State for a Charter cmmtrncl &-$; ::. will be able to firi.bj.rgcr tj lung staple I thI a S"IX euvbt ta4> ueI1dsLtU1e: ? j.a$1tu t.reeted will t.

t n risik&imiUrs Pahitkn to some {point iu Mari.mW I Cottonuufcd.y,". byru. rSIlIV4Cotuu Giu. I,' LAbsn.R&th uecbthy.jha11ty' MachVC..uiity..MandaakW.b ri&vtitto<t******,. the'ib'1"ttehit.eb$4II 3_

Cu4tatorat :NI e., ;, ;; aS YuWrn4cr ai now'urrri4tti; 'ftn'ni*. uq4jwItb4t : d>*cbarg ; *
4 -Augat 1*. Ifrft NTNt ( u wM (Signed, IIadfrj lcilki Caj Milt' S hOf1I&InnttttMn4s.5 S : JAM' eesMoiiIi'.hInrn

R ERSKINE & DILWO11TII ho ina $ ;: .$ 10vnrporste ; .4. : : :sa68 S gg
:iitp3Iy bbTaflaLasiuewIQnioey -S flowftlr y

p 4tOREYS! AT UW, J'latikflued.'CouipcDf, -- .., .' : .5 5- : --. M-: ."j?-"r. V

X1ttLLO AND QVUcCY.Jo Augw't 1R54. 2sn 4t (.?T ..rjf j; '
; : W,8. DitwoBTH, Mooticellci ,t ; ;:.; *!&*!&&&!- & 3P

Jiy :nt,
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t. _4 'C w r-m. !

,3'' FLORIDA. $ : fcjM ?
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tatttoM-JfS V111
4 -OiWtME OVRT HOUSE. t -'e JOSimA W.-8&15DER9, ': TE.P: oruiIs' : 4 WHIT& 8LuaOctsrS.

4 4 Agt 12, 1664. 58 et } S 7 1S5 1S&L 40 U J&iar'1ISSt.

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