The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: September 16, 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
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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. Groveland and Bradford to Haverhill. I From West Cambridge by East Lexinton, From Bridgeport, by Cold Spring, New. Boston Massachusetts. [Mass,) to North East, (N. Y) ; tl ''''
From Newburyport, by Salisbury, Ames. to Lexington. town, Aawleyville Brookfield, New Millard, From New Haven, by Hamden Cheshire From HiJlsdale,by North Egrem at,_Egre- Ifm
LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. bury, Kensington New Hampshire, to Exe. From Westborough Station, by North. Gaylord't Bridge, South Kent, Kent, Corn. Jouthington, Plainville Farmiugton Avon and mnnt, Plains, and South Egremont, Great i!
tor. borough, jo Shrewsbury. wall Bridge, West Cornwall, Falls Village, Simsburg to Tariffville. Barrington. .
[Public, No. 72.] From New England Village, Depot, by From Weston Depot by Wcston and South Canaan, Canaan, Sheffield (Ma&aachuretts From New Haven to East Haven. From Hudson, Claveraek: Mellon! ville,and t't V''
A ACT to establish cerlain post roads. New England Village, to Grafton. Waylaud to 'udlmry. ,) Great Barrington. Van DusenviHe, From New Haven by North Haven, \VaII I Ghent, to Chatam Four Corners. 11
i[:iN CONTINUATION.] From Northamton, by Leeds and Haydeu- From Whitinsville to Eist Douglas. and West Stockbridge, to State Line. ingford West :Meriden' Meriden, Bet lin,Kensington From Hudson, by West Taghkenic An- Ijr.! !::
fttm Boston, by Brighton, Newton, West ville to Williamburgh. From Williamsburg: b) Goshen Cum. From Bolton Depot by Coventry, 'Mans: New Brittain Hartford, Windsor I cram, and Ancram Lead Minos,to North. ;iJ ..,.
/fI'fon, Vest Needham, Nntick, South From Northampton, by West Hampton, mington, Cnmmington, West Village East field Depot, Mansfield, West Ashford, Ash. Windsor, Locks, Warehouse Point Thomp- Ease. f ljP- '"( .,
j-imingham, Athland, Cnrdaville. Westbor- ; and Norwich, to Chester Village. Windsor and Windsor, and llinsdala to lord, Phoenixville, Abington aud Pouilret sonville and Long Meadow, Massachusetts, From Hudson, by Stockport. StuyvesantFalls j t; r--:
ugh and New England Village, to Worcester. From Northampton, by I Iladley I Amherst, Hinsdale Depot. 1 Landing, to Killingly. to Sp.ingfield. to Kinderhook... ?:
I 01 Amherst: Sundcrland: and Montague, From Williamsburg by ChE'sterfipldVest I From Bristol, by Terrysville, Plymouth, From New Haven, by Fair Haven North From Ithica,by'.. est Dryden, Peruville ',fT'4 *
From Chatham, by North Chatham, East to Grout's Corners. I. Chesterfield, Worthington, West Worthington :Plymouth, Hallow, and Northfield to Litch. Branford, North Guilford, North Madison Groton, and Locke, to Moravia. \\1 ? :* .
Harwick and South Orleans to Orleans. I From Northampton, by East Hampton, to and Peru, to Ilinsdul I t field.From fvillingworth and Winthrop to Deep River. From Ithica, by NewfielJ and Catharina, ;ii; 'j':
From Charlton Depot, by Charlton and Southampton.From From Winchester to Woburn. Central Village, by Canterbury, to Havanna, ;''ttv5; .
Southbridge.to Gloh Village. North Andover, by West Boxford, From Woburn by Burlington and Bellerica -I Westminister, Scotland and Windham, to I II From New Haven by West Haven,:Milford From Ithica, by Enfield Enfield Centre, }IBU&*;[/*: *.

From Chester Village, by Ringville, to Georgetown, and Bvfield, to .s \.JJurJ. : to Lowell. I i I Windham. Stratford, Bridgeport Fairfield, Southport, Trumbull's Corners, Cayutaville, and Odessa, ;;. > _
Wortiringtnii. From Worcester, by Clappville, Charlton I From Colchester by'Westcbester and Modus Westport, Sangatuck, Norwalk South Norwalk to Havanna )...,:..:
From Cohatset" by North Scitnato. Scit. port.From North Abington Depot, by East Depot Spencer, East BrookiielJ, Brookfield << to East JIaddltm.I Darien Depot, Stanford, Iillml\s.Green- From Ithica, by V rna, Etna: Dryden, and tf.f. .
nate, and East Marshfield l to :Marfchfleld. Abington, Hanover, and Pembroke, to West West Brookfield, Warren, Palmer, Collin's,I From Coliinsville, by !New Hartford Cen. wick Port Chester, New York Rye !Mamaroneck :McLean, Cottlanct Village. 4.17, ''_ .
From Cordaville.by Hopkinlen and South-, I DuxLur)'. Depot Ludlow, Sprillgfil'ldVc t Springfield I tre. Torringford and Bakersville, to \Volcott..ille. New Rochelle, East Chester, From Ithica by Enfield, Mecklenburg. :i.t. .: .'.
boro', to Woodvillo From :North Adams, by Williaraston, and I Mittineague, Wastfield, Russet, Chester ( \ West Farms Heerlem aud Yorkvill to New Rejnoldsville, Bennettsborg. Burdette, Wat. ,4': '
From Dedham, by West Dedham, :Mod-,\ Pownal to Bennington, Vermont. Village, Chester Facloiies Bancroft North 1 From Collinsvillo by Pine Meadows New York. kins, Reading, Pino Grove, 'I'yroneWeston,. I) :
field and Rockville to Franklin City. From North Danvers by Topsfield, Box. Becket, WasJiington, Hins.lnle! Depot Ilins- I Hartford I Winchester, West tVh steall, M ill. From New Haven, by Fair Haven Branford Wayne Four Corners, North Urbana, and :;'li
From Dedham, Junction, by Dedham, ford, Georgetown, and Bradford to hiaver.I dale Daiton, PiUhfield! West Pittsfield, Richmond : brooke, Norfolk, West Norfolk, and East t Guilford Madison Clinton Westbrooke, |, Urbana, to Bath. i i1: :
'South Dedham, Walepole, East Walepolo bill. Flat Brook, (New York) Canaan Canaan, to Canaan. Saybrooke Lyme, Lnysville East Lymo and From Ithica, by Slatersville, Caroline, ::7},
South Walepole, Franklin City and Franklin From North Wrer.lham, by Rockville, to I Four Corners. Canaan. Canaan, Centre From Danbury, by Ball's Pond, to New Waterford to New London. Richford, Ceutrn Lule, and Lisle, te Whit ;1;>w
Waterford.. Mod way. Bhatham Four Cormiers "hatlnm: Centre I Fairtield. From New Hartford, by Pleasant Valley ney'a Poini. 'l; ''' : ,
From East Foxboro', by Foxboro', ant 1 From Orange, by North Oiange, and War. Nivcrville, Schbdack Depot, and Greenbush:: From Danbury, by New Fairfield and Hitchcockville, Colbroke River, New Boston From Ithica, by Danby, to South Dan. 1 .}' 4! "
We.t Foxbrtro. to Wrentham. wick, to \\ nch'ster,1'ew, Hampshire. to Albany.From 1 Haviland Hollow, (New York,) to Patterson. :Massachusetts\ and Otis, toV Test Becket. by. ... '
From Enfield! by P.-escott, to Pelliam. From Palmer, by Nhree Rivers, Belcher-. Worcester, by Paxton, \\'e&t Rut. Fiom Ithica, by Danby, South Danby,* !.t ., '
from Enfield, by Ware, to West Brook. town and South Amherst to Amherst. land, Smithville, Barre Plains Barre, Peteis- I From Danbury, by Bethel, to Haxvloy From New London by Chesterfield afld Sa. Willseysville! and Candor, to Owego. fh'."'.; ;.1.1 .
teld. From Palmer, by Thonuiike to Ware. ham and North New Salem, to Orange, t I ville. lem, to Colchester. From Jamaica to Rockway. f .
From Fall River, by Newport, Rho Jo Island From Palmer, by Brimfield, Fifkdale,, From Worcester, by West Boyleston,t !I From Falls Village, by Salisbury, Lake From New York, by Uncasville, Norwich, From Jamestown, by Levant, Ellington ;; '..
to New York, New York. I Sturbridge' and Globo Village to South. Oakdnle, Clinton, Sterlin Lancaster: Harvard .. ville and Oro Hill! to Forth East, N"Y.. I Norwichtown, Yautic: North Fraklin, South Clear C-eek, Conewango, Leon, and Sociality ;i' ''f.

From Fall River, flY Swansea and \\'arrell i, i biiilge. :South Grolon, Groton. Pepperell. }! am!I I!t From. Farmington.. by__'Unionville_ _u Uurling, Windham- --- -Willimantic_ South_ Coventry_ Ea. .I ta Gowanda 'iSr.J; :.
Rhode Island: to Bristol. From Palmer by Bond's Village, Enfield, Est Pepperell to ..Nashua, :\ew tlauip-l! ton, and llarwmton to \olcotlville.! gleville, Mansfield Depot, West illington, From Jefferson, by Moresque, Sum mit ;XJ1.: 1.
From Fall; }River, by Tin'rPrton (Rhode t and Greenwich; to Greenwich' Village. aid re. From Greenwich, by North Greenwich II:Stafford] Springs, and Monson Massachusetts West Fulton, and FuJtonham, to Middle 1 ..:
Island) and POI tSllIouth to Newport. From Pittsfield by Lenox to Lee. From Worcester, *hy Kolden and North Round Hill, Banksvillo and Stanwich to 'to Palmer. burg. ;k:i
From Farnumsville ta New England ViI. From Pittsfield t by Lanesboro'.N'ew Ash- Rutland to Rutland. Long Bridge. From New London by Groton Centre, Gro. From J Johnstown by Rockwoad, Garoga !: 't ,,",
lage. fod: and Sou.th Williamston, to William- From Worcester, by Paxton Coldbrook, From Hartford, by Bloomfield, TarrifTville ton, ;Mystic, Mystic River, and Mystic Bridgeto Lassellville, aud Oppenheim, to Brocket''* 1 :
From Fitchburg, by Westminister Ash- Barre, Peterslnm, North New S.ilem and (;ratili}', North Granby; and '.ast Granville, Stonington, Connecticut. Bridge. I 1.,,. '
burubam, Winchendon Fitz, William New ston.From Pittsfield by, Bhesnire and Adams, Wendell Depot to Warwick.From (:Massachusetts) to Bl.uifurd. From New London, by Mystic Riveror From Johosburg to Wellstown. : \- _::-!
:I Hampshire, I roy, Marlboro' Depot Marlboio'! to North Adams. Worcester, by Paxton, Coldbrook, From Hartford by West Hartford, Avon :Mystic\ Bridge by water to :Stoning: From Jordan to Elbridge. ,;; :.. ,.
Keene, East Westmoreland, Westmorland From Railroad Depot by Southborough, Barre Petersham North New Salem and Canton, Coliinsville New Hartford, Win. ton. From Katonah,by Cross River, and Bou- '_, i:
Depot, and Walepole\ to Bellows Falls, Ver to Marlborough.From Wendell! Depot Northfield and Vernon, chester, Millbrook, and Norfolk to Ca. From New :Milford by Bridgewater, to Rox- ton ville, to South Salem. ,.:. .
Railroad Depot by Stoughtnn, (Vermont) to Brattlel;. .-/, burg Keeseville, by Porte Kent, to Burlington, : -
.... mont.From Fitchburg, by West FichburgWestmiirieter North Easton, and South Easton to Eas. From Yarmouth, by South Yarmouth, naan.From Hartford, by West Hartford, Far- t rom Newtown by South: Britain, South. (Vt -: ... .
AshLurnham..hhLurnham, De-j ton. We.-t Dennis, South Dennis, West Hal wick, I ington, Bristol! FerrysvIHe;! Plymouth, Plymouth bury, and Woodbury to Houchkissville. I From Keeseville, by Peru to Plattsburg. : .
. pot Gardller, South Gardner: BaMwinsville] From Railroad Depot by Chester Factories Harwick, llarwiehpoit South Harwich C'liat- I Hollow I to Northfield. From New York by Heerlern, West Farms, From Keeseville, by Clintonville, and i :,
; South Royalston, Royalston, Athol Atho Brecket, Otis, West Otis, and Monterey, to hum and Noith Chatham to East lIar. From I Hartford, by Bloomfield, Simshury, East Chester, New Rue belie, {Matnaroneck, New Sweden, to Aasable Forks. ..L <
Depot, Orange, Wendell Depot Erving Great Barrington. wich. West Gramby and Hartlaud, to West Gran-1'. Rye Port, Chester, Greenwhicn Connecticut, From Kensico Depot, by Kenslco, and A- t : : {.
Grout's Corners Northfield Farms, North From Rehoboth, by North Rehuboth to RHODE ISLAND. yule, Massachusetts.From Stamford: Darien, Norwalk, Westport South- monk, to North Castle. [ fJ': 1-.
field, West Northlkld, and Vernon Vermont Attloboro. From Hrirtol, by New Castle I to Parna Hartford, by Hockanam, and Glas- fort, Fairfitld, Bridgeport, Stratford to Mil- From Kinderhook, by Stuyvesant, Scho- !. .; )-
to Brattlahoro', From Rollinsford to Great Falls. quid.From : tenbury, to South Glast nlury. ford.From dack Landing and Casleton, to Albany. r.r"r M ;
From Franklin by West Wrentjam to Di. From Rnsscll, by Blanford to North Blan- Chapacket to Burrillville. i From Hartford, by East Hartford, Glas- North Woodstock, by Woodstock, From Kin ton, by Glasco, to Sangertlea. i -1..n.... .
tnond Hilillbode Lland. ford.From From Coventry by West ildcnwich to i, tenbury, "Jariborough, Colchester Salem,and and Pomfret, to Quin Lr.Llg. -1':. ,"'\
From Great Barrington, byort11 Egrc- St. Johusburv! to North Danville. Pine Hill. Chesterfield, to New London. From Norwalk by Wenton to Redding From Kingston, by West Hurlpy, 'Ohve, :!.: I P,
mont to Airord. From Corn-entry by Pottcaville: to Rico From Hartford, by Poqiienock, Rainbow, Ridge. Shokan the Corner, Phoenicia, Sbandaken, 'Fg: :
From Great 11a-,.ington, by Hartpville Mill I From Salem to :Marblehead.From City.From East Gramby, West SuffieU!, and Feeding From Norwalk to New Caanan. Pine Hill, GritBn'a Corners, Clovesville, Ark. ,4t' .' ;I
'. River, New Marlboro, Sandi\fic-U North I Salem'! by Dan\'dl sport and Middle- Kingston Depot, by Uspuepaugh, to ., Hill, WoKttield, Massachusetts. From Norwich, by Norwichtowe, Franklin yule, Middltown Centre, Clark's Factory and }:': I .
Cole Brook Coulineclicut, and Colcbrook! to town to Lawrence. Brand Iron \% tiiks. I From Ilaittbnl, by W Wtthersrield: Rocky Widhsmansfie'J_ :.:.. __... Centre, Mansfield: ._ .Tol Andes, to Delhi. '=" 1
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Winchester. I From Salem, by Danvcrs.and Danversport, From N'oosencck Hill by West Greenwich Hill, Cromwtll, Cromwe'l, :Middletown Our land, h Kockviile! tjllington.bomersJNortti::> :: oorners From Kingston by Rondout, Amesville. 1. ':r.
From Greenfield, by Montague Canal, to to North Danvcrs. C 'fitie, Eskoheag and Vol un town to Camp I; han, Durham Centre, North ford, and Fair and! East Long Meadow Massachusetts, Enopus, and River Side, to New Paltz Land- i.,:.: ;1 a.;
'Grouts Corners., I, From Salem, by Beverly Farms and Manchester heWs Mills.From 'j I Haven! to New Haven. to Sp-,field. ding.From ... ..'!" ._ '+-r ,
From Greenfield by Eat Shclhurne, Co. to Gloucester, Newport by Jamestown, Narrajjansett J I From Hartford, by West Hartford, Farm. From:Norwichby Preston,GriswolJ, Vol the Kingston route, near Fish Lake, :};. "... .
lerain Adamsville and Health to Howe. i From Samd>vich, Sandwich. Cotult C\>. Tower Hill! Wakelild, Perrysville. Char. i in ton ItrUtol J, Turrvtville.! Plymouth, Plymouth untown, Pendleton Hill, and North Stuning- by BrusLland to Bovina.From '.or.:1.h -..'
From Greenfield by Shelburne: Shelburne'i' tnit Port, )lar&ton'sIih: : and Ostcnill, to IcstiMvn and Quunochotau to \Vcsterly.From I I Hollow, and NorthfielJ, 10 Litoh ton, to WWciljr Rhode Island. Knowlesvllltf, by Mill v ill e. 'to Far- '1 ..:; ; r.
Falls East Charleaiont Charlemotit and. Centervilie. Pawiuxet Warwick Neck. I From Norwich Norwichtown Bozrab '
I field.From by miugham. : ;..... '.... ;
Florida, to North Adams. | From Sandwich, by West BarnstableBarn-! From Providence by Knight<>vie!! Natick!! Hardford, byBnckland, Manchester, ':'and Bozrnhvillc: to Chalchester.I From L amsan's by Little Utica, Polkvilleand 1 .: ..1'.... r_
From Groton Dopot by Forge Village to I stable, Yannoutlijtort, Yarmouth, Dennis: Centreville)) CoventryWtst Greenwich, Piiie I Manchester Station,Quarryville! Boston .\n. i I From Norwich, by Poque unnuck and Led- Lysander to Plainville. ; ....t! 1:
Nortn Chemsford. I East Dennis, West Brewster, Brew.ter: East Hill, Brand's Iron Works Hopkinton, North I II dover, and South Coventry to Wiliiuian- yard to Jale's Ferry. From Lancaster by East Aurora, Griffin'i\ : !...
From Groton, Depot, by Shirely) and Town. 3rewst&r, ( rlean@, Eastham, North Estham, Stonington, Connecticut, :Mystic Centre Groton tic. From Norwich, by Jcwctt's City, Plainfield Mills, West .Falls, Cc I Leu aud Glenwood, to ..
send Harbor to Townsend. South Wellfleet, Wellfleet Wellfleet, Truro and Groton; to New London. i From Hartford by New Biitain, Plainville Central Village, West KillirglyKjl- :Springville.:> :"".":.'.'." .
f From Groton Junction, by Forge Village, and North Truro, to Provincetown.From From Providence by Lippinett to Fiskville. :: i and Forrestvilie to ill istlil. lingly, Wilkinson, Thompson, FisH rvi'It', 'rom Le Roy. by Roanoke,East Bethany, : :.3 '. .
I Westford west Chelcnsfurd,and north Chelms- Springfield, by Chicopee Williman From Hartford by Bloomfield, TaiifTville, Webster, Massachusetts, Oxford and Auburn Bethany, West Bethany and Brookeville to t f./ .
r ford to Lowell. sett, and South Hadley Fall*, to South Had- From Providence by Pawtuxet, Warwick Granby and Southwick to Westfield, Massachusetts. to Worcester. Alexander. "' *' ?.
I From Groton Junction, by \Vest Groton, ley. and East Gicenwich to Wickfonl. From North Woodstock,by Voodstockand From Le Roy,by Pavilion Centre, Pearl, ':'-. ', t
l Townsend Harbor, Towllsendrellt Town. From Springfield, by Willimanselt, Ireland From Providence by East Greenwich, From Hartford, by East Hartford, South Pomfret, Wilkinson.. Creek, and Wyoming to Warsaw. i ."'{ ,..
send and Mason New Hampshire to Mason Depot, Northampton HatfieM, East Whatley, Wickfonl, Kingston, Shamrock Mills J Carolina Windsor, East Windsor; Hill and Wiudaor-:! From Fleaaem Valley, to New Hart From Lewiston to Niagara Falls. :f.:.:. .- .
Village. Whaley, South Deerfield, Deerfield Greenfield Mills, Dorvillo and Westerly to Stoning: yule to Broad Brook.I ford. ,I From Lewiston 1 by Rocheter, Oswego, t. ........ :....._
r From Haverhill! to Branford. and Bernardston, to NorthfielJ, J unc. ton (Connecticut.) From Hartford, by Bloomfield, Simsbury From Pleasant Valley, to Warwick- Sacketts Harbor Kingston, Can, Clayton : i ,:; 4
From Haverhill, by East Haverhill, West tion. From Providence by Centrcdale, Greenville I \Vest Gramby and lIarlaud to West Granville Neck. (N Y) Alexandria! Monistown to Ogdcus-; !! -r:; :., .'
t: Amesbury, Amesbury, and Salisbury,to New- From Sheffield, by South Epremont North and Chepacket to Paskoug. I Massachusetts. I From Poughkeepsie, by La Grangeville, burg. *kt f'., k4 ; I
t buryport Rgremont Green River, (New York) Austeritz t From Providence by North Scitnate, Foster -I From Hartford, by Simabmy, North Crouse's Store, Pleasant Ridge, and Waits- From Lewistown to oungs'oxvn. *, > *:. :
From Hingham, by North Cohasset, to and Spencertown, to Chatham Four Cor. and East Killingly Connecticut to Killingly. I Canton and Barkhamstcad: tuV cst Hart-\ town to South Dover. Froai Lexington by West Kill and BusL- :t :.F
i Hull.From From Ridgefield! by Lewiboroah (NexvYori nellsville, to Shandaken. : .il ;or
Hingham, by South Hill;r.sm, West ners.From State Line Depot, by West Stock. From Providence by Pawtuxet, Valley land.From Hartford, by East Hartfonl East ) Vista: New Canaan (Connelicut) and From Liberty! by Parksville, Purvi., Rock. i rt
Scitc&te l and :South Scituate to Noith MarshfidJ. bridge: Stockbridge, and South Lee, to Falls, Landale! Limes Rock, Albtyn, :Manville Windsor Hill, South Windsor East Windsor North Stamford, to Stamford- land, Beaverkill, Shina Creek and Shaver- i 1f.J, ..,
i Cumberland Hill, Woonsocket F.ds,, I, Broad Brook Scitico, and Sommerville to So- Fram Rockville, by Tolland, West WilHngton f town Popacton.; 'i .. I..
From Hinsdale! ( by Winchester st WinChester I Lee.From Shelbnrne Falls, by Buckland Hawley Backstone! Massachusetts J ,Slaterille: Rhode Wellington Centre, :Moose. Meadow, From'Liberty, by Youngsville Kallikoon 1: '.
Viewport Swansea and West Swansea and South hawley, to Piainficld.F : Island, MilUillo! :Massachusetts, (Oxbridge J mer.From Hartford, by East Hartford, ManChester Westlord, North Ashford, West Woodstock, and North Branch to Kallikoon Depot. !"
to Keene I om Springfield, by Chicopee Williamsett, North U.\biidge: Whilinsville, Noithbridjje, Quarryville Coventry South 'oven- Village Corners, and Dudley, to Webster, From Little Falls by Maheim Centre, \.1": ..
\ From HolKcfon; by lredwaFrallkJiIl! ,I Holvok", Northampton, Hatfield, East What- Farnumsvillo! :Snndersville'ilLiiisonviIle::; ,' try Willinrtnlic, \\ lllibam. Howard Valleyand Massachusetts.From\ Brockett's Bri Salisbury, Salisbury Cen ..' ..,.t, !!..
West Wrentham Diamond HiU! (Rhodo Is ley," Whatley, South Deerfield, Dccrfield, and Midburg 1 to Worcester. Brooklyn, to West Killingly.! Rough and Rady, by West Union tre to Deveraux. : -"-;Jr'From :
land) and Valley/ Falls I'awtuck-t. 1' Gaeeirfitld, IJarnardston, West Northfn-ld, From Providence by \Tne<.lE'I'Eau< Barring-. From Hartford by East Hartfo-d Buck- Slayter's in Troupsburgh, and Brookfield, to Little Falls, by Eatonville Fairfield, t\ i'-:1 r..
From Holmes, Hole! by) West Tisbury to Hinsdale, West! Winchester: (New Hamp ton, Warren, Biiutol, and Portsmouth, toNewport. I land Oakland Vernon, Rockville Ellington Westfield, Pennsylvania. :Middleville. Newport, Poland, Coldbrook, ; I;;1 ,:
Chilrnark. shire; )) Winchester, \VestportVvst Swanzey Square, Pond and West Stafford: to taf. From South Norwalk by Norwalk, Wil Russia, Graves ville and"Trenton Falls! to Trea- ; 1l-"r!
From the Junction to Watertown. and Swanzey, to Keene. From Providence by OIneysville, South I lord. ton, Georgetown: Ridgefield, Redding, Red ton. iT.SFrom *- -
From Kingston, by North Fl)rnptol1 aud From Springfield, by Chicopee, to Chicopee Sciluate, Mount Vernon, Rico City, Sterling;:: From Hnrford by East Hardford, ;Man- ding RiJfje and Bethel, to Danbury. Little Falls by Jackronburg,Paine,. .! r'
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From Liwience by North Andover! West From Sterling Junction, by Sterling and I Jill Lebanon Franklin Norwichtown.to Nor From Stafford Depot, (Couneticut) to From Little Falls by Danube to New- 1: hli ,

Roxford Georgetown and Bvfield- to Newburyport. Loorninster, to Fitchburg. I From South Scituate, by Claysville to Fos-. wich. South_ bridge, ,(Massachusetts._ ) _ ._ ville.t. _. .. .. ... a t.;.,,, ... ..-
From South Acton Depot, by Stow, Rock. 1:er Centre. I From Humphrovsville} by Oxford, bouth- From Stuartville, by Bloomfield, arnit- rom Little tails by Salisbury:: to tiraysville. i
From Lawrence by Mctbucn< to Salem New bottom, Fcltonsville Berlin and Boyleston to 1'roulrlkcfil'hl., by Peacedalo, and Kingston ford, Southbnry' Woodbury, Bothleham and ,ville, Granby, North Grauby, and East t ;"iI ..
Hampshire.From West Boyleston.From I to Kingston Depot. south Adams to Litchfield. (Granville (Massachushtts) to Blanford. From Linden by Middlebury, WyomingPearl l ; '
: From Lexington, by Bedford, Carlisle And South Braintreo Junction by Randolph From Warwick Depot, by Warwick, Na- From Jewell's City by Griswold Vol un. From Tolland, by :Moose, :Meadow, West- l Creek, Covington, Peoria Greigsville, )m
W ebtford to Forge Village. ), East Randolph, Stoughton, North' 1 lick and Ph -nix to Hopevillc town and Pendloton Hill to North Stoning- ord, North Ashsord, and West Woodstock<< Pirford and Spottswoon to Geneseo. I ttt i\:
t I From Lexington Depot( to Bwlford) Biidgewater, Cambello, West Bridgewater, From Warwick Depot, by Warwick Cen. tOI1. to North lVoodstock. From Lockport by Perkin to Lewis- :. ''\!:-i,}
From Lowell! by Carliate to Concord. Btidg water North Middleboro Middleboro\ I Irevillo and Authority to Conventry. From LitchficM{ to Wolcollville- From Unionville by Burlington and Har- ton. I f.) ,
; From Lowell by Tewkkbary to Law. Myrickvill( and Freetown to Fall River. From Westerly, by Potter's Hill! and A b. from Litchfield to Litc field Railroad Sta- winton to Wolcottville. From Lockport by Hickory Corners,Cam. I j '
rcnce. \ From South Doerfield by Conway, Ash. way to Hopkington. tion. From Vernon Depot by Vernon, Rockville bria and South Wilson to \\ lwn. 1
From West Medfield by East Medway and Mod- field Piainficld and Savoy to Adams. CONS ECTICEI'. Form Litchfield by Go:.hen, West Goshen and Tolland Stafford Spriugs. From Lockport byWtighi'a! Corners and 11I3
vi-y From to Middleboro Medway. From South Abington: Depot, by South From Allyn'a Point, by Norwich, Greenville I and North Cornwall to West Cornwall. From Vcluntown, by Campbell's Mills, Xewfane to Olcott. 1....'t
boro West \Vareham by Wureham Rock South Middle- Abington, aud East Bridgewjiter, to Bridge. ,Jewell's City Plainfield, Central Village, From Litchfield, by UOlnm'alls: \V ood. Co' miner and! Sterling Hill to Stem: hug. From Lockport by Wrights CorncrsJIess '
East W arc. water. West Killingly, Killingly, Quintbaug,Thompson yule, New Preston, MarUe Dale and North- From Waterbury to Watertown.From Road, and Somerset to Somerset g ;
tarn North Sandwich .
Sandwbch to Sand\\icJ.! Monument and West I From South Frammgham; by Holliston and ), Fisherville, Webster Massachusetts, Oxford vile to New Milford Waterbury, by Marion to West From Lockport Mapleton! and Shawnee c rl t
Hagg\'lUe to Milford and Auburn, ot Worchebter. i From Middletown, by Portland, Middle, :Meriden. to Bergholtz. ,. &i.: '_
ton.From Miluuty by Sutton to West Sut. ham Ftjjn South Framingham; to Framing Fromndo'cr to Gilead and Hebron to Haddam, and East Hampton to East Hampton FromVaterbury by '"'aterto\ to Litchfield. From Lockport by Locust Tree Rapids : t, t ..
.I Colchc tcr. Newstead North Clarence and Cen- '(
West ,
From. :.Milford\ by South Milford to Belliogham. From Taunton by :M)'rickvill' to New Bed- From Bethel, by Redding, Redding Ridge From Lake.Middletown, by Portland, Middle, }-'rolDV("st Cornwall to Sharon. tre, to Clarence. t '..#.H.,' I
ford.From and Easton, to Btidgport. Haddam, Cobal Haddam, Leesvill, Modus\ From West Killingly,by Brooklyn, Hamp- From Lockport by Mount Cambria, Pen-
From :Milford' by Mendon to Uxbridge.From Taunton by, North Dighton, Digh. From Bethel, by Cold Spring,:Munroe, and East Haddam, Hadlyme, North Lymo aud tou Chaplin and North Windhaw to Willi dleton Centre and Pendleton, to Lockport. i't''
Monument Pocasset North Falmouth
by ton, Somerset IR
to Swansea. '
to tic.
Huntingdon Derby. Hamburg to Lyme. man From Loc port to Wilson by Coomer. :
Wood', West Falmouth, and Faltuouth, to From 'l'aant\u by Norton and Mansfield From Bether, by Cold Spring to Der From Middletown to Meritlen. From West Willington, by Moose, :Meadow : From Lodi by South Lodi North Hector, J !
\] H0ie. to Mansfield Junction. Haddam Westford North Asbfonl, West Woodstock '.. '
by. From Wiildletovvn! by Higgagum, Hector, and)Burdette to Watkius. t
From horn Nahant to Lynn. From Townsend, by New Ipswich (New From BrWgcfiel'J; : by Lewisborough (New East Haddam. Chester, Deep River, Centre aud New Boston, to Webster (Massa. From Lodi by Lodi Centre, Seneca Logan i bii :"
Xatick to Saxonville.'rom Hampshire) to Peterborough. York) Vista, Smith's Bridge Connecticut New Brooke and E! sex to Saybrook. setta.) and! Burdeite to Wathms. 7'l
*to .Vantaskft Depot by North Cohaso From War-en by Brimfield to \\'ales. Canaan to North Stamford. From Middletown to Portland. From Willimantic, by Mansfield Centre, From Lowville, by Watson New Bremen, : .
From Hall. From Wendell Depot by Wendell, Locks From Bridgeport, by Trumbull and Trum. From Middletown by East Berlin, to the and Chaplin to Eastford. Cro ham, Diana, Pitcairn. East Pitcairn '
Holme's New Bedford by Wood's Hole and :. Village and North Lenerott to Mouta bull Long Hill to Stepney. Depot on the New Haven, Hartford and From Windham to Willimantic. and South Edwards, to Edwards. ,
From Hole to Edgattown. gue.From From Bridgeport, by Stepney Depot, Cold Springfield Railroad. From Heuvelton, by Rensselaer Falls,to Fom Lowville, by South Harrisburg, Har-
Westport New Bedford by Dartmouth, South West Barnstable, by Hyannis, and Spring, Newton to Hawleyville, Brook field' From Middletown by Portland, Cobalt Hermon. risbnrgh, New Boston, and Piukneyto Rod.
Wan and, AdarnsvjlliLjttle Compton, Rhode Yarmouth to South Yarmouth. New Milrord, Gaylord's Bridge South Kent Middle, Haddam and East Haiuptou to From Hicskville, by Cold Spring Harbor,
rtvertoa Fun Corners to Tifer- From West Barustable, by Hyannis, toHyftnnilport. Kcu:. Cornwall, Bridge, West Cornwall'Fulls Chatham. Huntingdon, and Centreport, lo North. man.From Lyons, by South Sodas, :sob Alton. '

ton.From New Bedford Village, South Canaan, Canaan Ash: From Middletown, by Portland Middle I to Sodas Point ",-.
and! by Falrhaven, Malta- From West Brookfield, by New Brain treeto ley Falls (Massachusetts) Sheffied, Great Haddam,.East Hampton Marlborough, He. ort.Erom Hicksville, by Jericho ..and East From'Madrid Station bj uck'5 Bridge ",,'
poisett F.oD.dW to Wareham Hardwick. Barrington, Van Dnsenville and West Stock. bron, Columbia and Willimantic to Winn Norwich to Oyster Bay. and Morley, to Banton. T. *.
Weetcrt Bedford by North Dartmouth, From West Brookfield, by Ware and Enfield bridge, to Strte Line. ham. From Hornellsvill?, by Haskensville, Rog- From Malone, by East Coibb
be I\.IU.! ,. Fall River, Swansea, North Swan. to Amherst. From Bridgeport by S ratford, Derby,, From Milford by Derby Hurophreysvtlle essville, Loom Lake, and Patchin'.}lilU, to West Coastable to Fort Co-' aid -
->uth Soekouk to : .
IJal1I Providence, (Rhode From WestHeld, by East Granville, Wes Ausonia, Humltbreynille,aagatuck, Waterbury and Naugatuck! to Waterbury. Mayland Depot. From Mnnlius\ : by \V t .1e. aDd u.
From) Granville, Tolland, and New Boston to Waterville' Plymouth, Plymouth Hoi From Naples by River Hollow to Pratts- From Hornellaville, by Big Creek, Howard I Centre, to Manlius. ) Pompe, .
Holme's New Bedford bv Wood's Hole. and Sauditfield. low, Campville, East Litcefield, WolcottrilleBurvillo GrofTs Mills, and Kennedysville, to Hath. From Manlu! :, a
l lrom Hole to Nantncket From Vest Newton, by Newton Upper aud West Winsted, to Winches I, bUf.From! New Hartford, by Pleasant Valley From Hudson, by Clavt'rack,Churchtonl,, Favcttcville. totl7 1\lanliuL\ potJ by IaD1iQs Con Ire, _
NcwLuryporf, bv r Vcst Ncnburv. ,, Falls, Granttillo Nccdliam to Dover. ter. HitcUcockvillo and Cobook! River, to Now Taghkanic, Copakc and Boston.. Corners. ,, :
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a weak caue. that the d.iy was ftgnin him. and that I Lion ever using such efforts to get a measure through I whig candidate, implillv confess tl>at Columbia"|I want: of novelty and variety become habitual ; the seem to bo well informed on the politic! Qne.t5

Jfloribian t# |0nntal! the best way to get out of it was to laugh it off, get I as this administration Lad to use to get the Nebraska i t correctly reported the fnbvtantr cf what Gov. Bnow.v world fals'! off from around him. and he is left, ns Homer Nebraska the day. bill They and speak are DOt familiarly slow In denouncing of the ..., ""'*(

the ernwd) in a good humor generally, nud then aU bill through Congresnt The 44 Northern di-wocrats did IOn!:: the intelligent reider will be slow t.> believe expresses it. to devour his own heart in solitude and I his strikers about St. Louis. e"t0

I.4LX hands adjourn to partake of the rbuf prepared by ere' dmgg up by the neck to vote for this measure that the editor of the Sentinel any more understood and contempt. In conversation of more than an hour *%k

TALLAHASSEE : C$pt. KOBEBTSON, w5.cb was dons accordingly. Aud while they were looking tack like criininnU tremblingly what he uas authorized" to contradict than did the gentleman who has figured largely in public! 'affairs *

.t _ 1 coded the di.cusMor.Discussion. at their const it ucnti, whom they had h'ruy- people of Alligator understand what GOY. Itaowx Attack on Col. Smith- : decided this State for the that last twenty ]nn. ). Lis;ill

'hi SatnrdayrSptcmbcr 16, 1854. rd r lie denounced Douglas as an arch Jemagi-gue. really intended, tit contradict for they supposed his In the Florida Sentinel of the 4th inst, the editor I that the opinion opposition to Dougl him: !can he will ooV fc ij beaten

.I "contradiction" .1r'i ned to brand" an altogether permitted a commnoieation to appear, over the signature District in! t
m" .- -- -- at Monticello I and gloried and gloated over the fact that he had; on was Congressional two thousand votes."

D1inr= in A correspondent hns us with accountof I his return home, when at Chicago be attempted to ail different production flf quite another penny-a-lin-i i of A Columbia Whig" grossly assailing ColMl !- -_ _-

'c 1'118.1'19.Tnf per annum. pail fUnilbe a ncr" who "Columbia. WHIT SMITH. We quote the paragraph as fufI More Nebraska
advnee; 1O paid within six months ofthe time the discussion in Mcbticello on Saturday last between dress the people, been hooted as a traitor. Noneof from the gentlemen wrote I Hominatioa

.f Bubccrining ;atid 400 at the end of the Tenr. Advertisements Gov. PBOWN md Mr. MAXWELL, the 44 bad acted in good faith; they were hypocrites More than this, our readers will perceive by a reference |I lows : In the !third district of Indiana tie elemocrat.

: One IXtlar pcrsquarcof 12 Iinr for .t. i below. The account will be recognized by'bletlapptU' and could not be trusted for they had all ncteJ to the report of the discussion nt }Monticello that I 1 I .'! Editor :-I see that some letter writer for the nominated Cyrus L. Dunham for re election have
thoe '* struck with rernaik made) : to
: and fifty Cents for all M1bIeqvPnt insertion Au..0unCto.tt I. Gov. BaowN there the that there Floriuian says-: I was a lIe voted for
the traitor to their constituents that there is evidence expressed opinion n gore!! the Nebraska
t .ard the fair and of ; no while in KanM
ft of candidates. Five JMlm ie-lio/)r & to puM advance. Religions, Obitunry nn;
riae Y otCft.not exceeding 12 lines will be publi4ie'lgratis. and his patiiotic compeers and his depreciation of say you to this. Ben!) --Uie vote on the Nebraska bill party, and if this is his s a matter of course it try. aid 1 were talking politics with a dtim-crat. who didate i is William Holmon. .
certificates of the of i ilJ all that is insure his reminded them of the recent "c"me out"f C->!1. ,,,.
publication estate the Nebraska bill. bitter in the extremest degree. is no evidence of this : they opposed this bill because necessary to future cooperation ; Ho John o. Davis, W. It BtfM and
or legal notices of any description will be given 'Crl with them Now what is Smith, a gentlemen with whom they were personally Miller have W Smhfl
j4 the differffereuie been
We could uhile) the old they believed in compromise of 36 30 t here i as a party. cntertnin nominated for
uitfltb.adiertWngrcci is paid. not help thinking listening to ; *not acquainted l. and for whom they both a high re-election in In-
d4j gentleman's compliment to tinnitlf as the author of a'State South but what is turning against the Nebraskabill. in the purport of the two speeches ? If any, regard. They seemed surprised, aud immediately ex dianna. They each voted C* the Nebraska Bill
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1 tl.c Nashville Convention I letter that if Cnssius M. He abuses Douglas because he Aspired to the it is certainly a difference without a distinction.We ."-I I claimed well if he has come out, there must be

DEMOCRATIC. NOMINATIONS. Presidency before. he D. old. He have little doubt but that our correspondent will something i it."* These two Whigs could not have Madison Correspondence-
had and heard his speech that ( ) was thirty
Clay btn present day years Smith lain
;;r S been as well acquainted with Col. ns or Gov. firvicn and Jfr. .
be Maxvell
i able to himself at. If..J.A
and should he .
place right succeed .
:; $S FOR CONGRESS : he Mould have published it with more pleasure than protests that he is honest, faithful, true, and can't b: '_ h . they would not have been so surprised at his "come ll-nne.-Maxell opentd 'f-tottd- 'H* .n t. lCTt

: he did the letter referred to. caught with bumbuggery.As 1111 causing a fluttering among the wounded pigeons," "ut:" For I should like to know what is it that Col.! Old man tloytimt-Matter Mil puaitio"._

HON. A. E. MAXWELL. the Governor concluded loud huzzas burst from the fault will not be 01 r*. Smith ever entered into that he did not corne oufof trpf'rtato1U-\eiy caret If-PanJoi ttt-Ih"'ppr l).t'r

-in _ Ma. EDITOR:-An account of the discussion betweenthe the crowd for M-.xwtll. Tin Sentinel concludes iU aiticle as follows : it ; take him through }his whole religious a* well dfifi'l* an J frog*-.Thr Smtintl-Mined a'tfax a UU_

: 1: FOR REPRESENTATIVES FROM LEO : Whig: aud Democratic Congressional candidatesin After we had all partaken of a Burhecuc prepared ing'4 a We letter have from already Ketxifcenee detected the Floridian io fay. has political had, life if you, and please.tell me Was how he many ever"come known outs"to boldto he -OlJ Jinan Ilidol'YWhit ff of'81-Compromite, of the ConH pntOr ssj it" ,
and if and
the Dovalasi black
Green Chaires, Jos. B. Christie, this place on Saturday, the 9th inst, may nut be by Col. Tucker Mr. Dyke was called ('11 to aUljnr the Columbia of the Governor's speech at Alligator"report"inot any party or denomination either in politics or religIon Ian-C' nrt'y to friend*-Graduation D, I

I unintcrcbting to many of your rC/II'r.) I really wishevery charges which (;Jov. Brown had )brought n aiut him. anothlerfilr1-I- it is not surprising that bug enough to be generally known ns such in I land* llfpvblicun and Federal J
J. B. Galbralth Wm. Fisher Jr. one P<> unscrupulous -
his whole Iif.. He decidedly! one of St.l'anr s sort
1 voter in the whole State could have heard the Mr. D. reronkd and said that be hope Guy Brown ns its editor v oul.l!> employ ampuls, whose M Clay- W/ilg., wont be worked ly the vire puller
__ I of "nil thim i to nil rne-n", or in other words> *,
chi men.
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qualification coiiMsts in or tirjain.it .Mr. Caldt
I --- -- clu then, I should fee] ctitain that : their to falsifyand Fifty rote Ictt_
respective: *pe< ,; I Wou'd -'ii..i and hear what he had to "- iy. t! he expected ;] capacity has IK-UI thing by turn and nothing long.) :- Ap.

4 ;1ic:); A Wore to our Triends at a Distance. the .old man ,il 1.011'nt" would be heaton PO badly I to how that time prt ss attack v hit-It; ) )hid been i iiiisre-present. His come every 01.1'".v.u may rely upon it. has surprintno pfau.i'-Calell rather tutjiiciovs, de.MB. .
l>e the hst which will reach dix I: ConJlrill; the wll] a1e.'*:.le abuse which has been that he EDITOR :-Mr. Maxwell and Governcr
fear K
may p-ip. that he could easily pcruade himself that i was 1 made upon hi'n was without the slightet jpror, <> ati"ii. body in Columbia. an,1 l the only Brovaadiresi
t.f the State before flection and j. .Ipnre,) onus by all the little d-gs" of whi will out" before Le is wanted ? c taut J'rt tlf we mistake that he n& c"uJi.att. But to the discusi lie then road from his paper what he had sat alniut : ery want to "cuine again IIfnt,
*IiJ take w'C'tIfl< to our ienJ* j fwm one end of the State t.> the other, we should! he out on Thursday the 7th iiwL There was a large and
; 4 tbt tii-peupin every whnt' --i n. The arrangements tint Ge ,'. Brown was the Governor and showed that he hnd) ii"t accused at.
j'i)'tilil in tie! of There in the above attack a outrage against t tI tentive a'uhVnoe out and the
the tn obtain successful nnd eye' uir readers in M : pros democracy
utmost a dipping were
11Ih't. our delighp.
tf.rts : fo open in n speech )hal an hour, Maxwell to fallow him with being tainted with abolitionism, written pen
1iitir. to thut I j j in :all and lashing; our n-t-ail.ints; a* witli of t[ all dcceucy. Col. SMITH ham' simply bad the honet-ty ed with the result. Mr. Maxwell the dIsr.Siln .
: triumphant n/ .I giv'H Uf pl ?ny : witli a speech of one hour and a half, and Gov. Brownto I anything from which such a charge could be iuf''ITl'tJ. a whip opened

iy::: we belc\'e the (' cJm: of. Mr. MAXWELL to be IIycnti i I I have an hour to conclude. lie siid that he supposed Uov. 15. had been wrongly 1' scorpion Hitherto we have I borne their attack* withe'ltallimity i to uttr boldly litt: hmulreda] tf Whigs in the State in a half hour's speech. Governor Brown fUn..

doubt, but tbij confidence, which) we know is I, and) generally silence thonirh nocnsionI tliiiik) in their hearts, and now behold the ed in a jpm-h e-f one Lour and a half, and Mr..ss-
a gUC j jally GI,V. B opened with the declaration that he would informed, and] would now, lf lie was disposed) t to do
: felt ought not to cause us to relax our vigilance. i'' not cal hip opponent to account for any dirclictions'of him justice gladly accept the opportunity IIfn.'Iairirag I I. ally turning upon our yelping f'ics and kicking them I' abnoe which a partisan l pr..,8 suffers to fall upon !him A swell c'neuded! l with a speech of an hour.

Every democrat should) act as though every thing depended -I' duty to his constituents, but would proceed to the discussion the injury he had done ; that it was true he was; Jjnt t j I to their Lennel.s, where they can d> nothing more than fcw week* a:'. the WL I,?,<;s of Columbia were willing toruby Iu the rponing; address of Mr. Maxwell, he simply

liia individual vote and individual exer I show their teeth in impotent ra<;e. The fresh I around him ns their Congressional Standard bearer threw out his positions in order to give Governor
of tbo which
up.n I *e principles separated the two born in the United States, but came to Florida when I prom
Let demociat foil ef his | cation quoted above shall not disturb our but so ..*>n a* lie, manifests a disinclination logo for Brown an opportunity) to assail theai. Governor
single w quiet
no duty
ht.lt however before I or
ton! I great parties; proceeding to discuss he was a boy ; that half his Ufo has been here
the of final I spent I cause as to forget our own -elf-re!pect. Gov. Bnow.v, behold 1 he i i5 a moral leper I We submit Brown proceeded to the attack, and never in my life
on day struggle. these principles, he felt himself bound to notice a aud J here he expects to die. As to the nmliois fliutr
I Who stub our name! would stab that SUP h personal assaults are ne ithtr decent nor be was I w> disappointed in the effort of any public!
LOOK Corny On them our too
;.t4 : WELL TO tOUR TICUTS charge which the editor (.r the Floridian A Journal with reference to the underground railroad lie s-iid person ,
; Did not the hangman's: axe lie in his way." eomiug. They are positively disgraceful), and can injure speaker. I had heard him spoken of aa the Old
isr.tth be the of battle.' The to
Whigs hope who
i t tug carry ( was present) had brought cgainst him. He stated lie might letort if circumstances: had carried Gor. The "
letter "
| Econfeenee was written bj a gentleman none save those wh resoit to f-ucb a mode e>f man Eloquent, Old matter of fact, te. I
the Should do expected
: Legislature. they so, although we tLat the editor had charged him with having Brown North instead of .South( of Mason and Pixon's
the will be I p in Madison: and received l I.y> the EasU-rn mail !| warfare. Col. S. stands deservedly high in the East. therefore, to h-ar a speech teeming with impassioned
ih may elect our Congressman, victory comparatively ken in eulogistic terms of Thomas II. Beutoo and ) Hue, there could be no doubt, judging from the intense
I 1! Tuesday the 20th ult. That and illleiJ Hth
signed "Columbia"I to whose interests lie has devoted at much time and el-que-nce, asserted facts which
all differences. For.
wffvi% barren. Bury your being t tainted with abtt .uilm. This he denies,and anti-Nebraska speech which we had all heard from him I
-1 I from the pen of gentleman in Alligator. The) labor as nlmont other citizen of that section.j .- would subject the pew ers 01 our young and talented
animosities and
t-1' : get personal personal preference.You ia proof of which denial states that his (B's.) father this day, and his: violent abuse of th Northein
iwiffC- confer favor for candidates !i names of both are at the service of the editor of the i Such a man cannot be injured by the petty flings of representative to a severe test-but far from it I
no persona by voting was a large slave owner, and when he himself emigrated democrato "I ho hud forfeited at home
friendship by I Sentinel. They are the superiors JJBek the attack is heralded think all will with me in him
intellectually nud i party even though agree pronouncing the
who bave been selected the of
v as exponent yoi to Florida, be brought A large number of slaves their for the South '
friendship that have
he would
;fcfert"fr'j now morally,and in all the elements which make all forth the columns the central Whig poorest speaker in point of eloquence that has
I men, of through organ ever taken
principle and with the view of them out- with him that be had execrated Benton
carrying ; always ,morally been found located in the ranks of thfi Wooly i of
> / itrrtipulout pack who are in the w.-ekly habit the stump in the State-and aa to hisfattn,
Remember this. The of our sifter States are and he if circumstanceshad my
politically ,
; Heads.
if eye I might say Gov. Brown diIIJfJt
Though be
isr* was present, of assailing the Floridian through the columns of the Thomas HBenton- politician who had escaped the surveilance of the
t : upon Florida From the character of the contest the i not brought the editor to Florida, he might be DOT-
i'-fcr&iv say one word in reply. or make any explanation relative Whig organ. The editor's charge of forgery" is We greatly regret the defeat of Mr. Benton, the sery and passed through the child's first book, could

ft : .T'r : ., issu4 will b looked upon abroad cither as an endorsement found from his nativity assisting fugitive; slaves, by to the charges against Dyke. simply branded nsfalre. The brand will hits until late candi J.lte f,r Congress in Missouri and ns mnrh easily set them asitie. P'J abused the
of the Nebraska Bill its couJmntion.1u..t of the railroad lila the the election of his We tdminVratioirin
or means underground to native Can T.e; result of the whole regret whig competitor.
was a decided triumph on } falsehood is withdrawn. nil its nets with h'-Mtv
i far from being thankful for such whig victories. The a good will. The Nebraska
wihe have
Democrat right-thinking Whij, to
4'.i.:1:: i; ; ada.He toe side democracy. There are many strong whtgsj time Wall when we would as soon vote for Andrew Kansas Bill, was a ieal pandora's box turned loose

.::' Floi'ula claimed al repudiating. Unt. measure 1 If (B.) then said his opponent ((31.) in his letter of j li'l i this: County who cannot go the old man eloquent," Lw- Instructions have 1 been received at the U. S. I( Jackson as Thomas 11. Benton-but that time hasi upon our people, and such was the regret depicted in

'. there be any Je them speak-if none, then let nil aivcptance said that the old whig Inciplcs: were ob. j old Tem, old matter of fact, or Gov. Brown oj: the I Land Office in Tallahassee under the late Graduating I t gone by. We would vote for Keiiton for Viet dent Ide countenance at having this fabled box

,l ..j 1: rally around the man who fur the billwhileio solete. This be denied ; that principles were eternal ; Act. which Luids a* loon o* f,r any tithe' man in the United Statff.He opened ia
yntc mciple that a rose will smell as sweet by any other I by are sold at 25 cents per acre.- our midst, that I caught .elf loe'tiosf
has atoned fur his offences his noble my arowul 6.r
and who FUFt ins it theetuoip the U. S. Bank of the I past by position
now ably on a measure Republican
: "
CorigreM .
party Tbe
has been
; \ name. You may: rely on this) C.unty still maintaining Act BO construed ns that owners of on the Nebraska fraud." the ecsriiperinjf little Devils.bine! red and blackwldeltwere
: against: the assau'ts of hi. .ncnct. Washington, and Jeffcnou nnd) Calhoun, ft a?. I
pp sanctioned -
.,. the posi'ii'ii, of the Banner County ou the 2d of land adjoininu that owned by the Government are entitled I We take the foregoing from the New Haven Palladium likely to issue tberefre> and like the frogs of
I it. ; i is true, the B luk M to be
'- I n.t necessary I October next. Yours truly. to its benefits. a leading organ of the Whig party of Connecti Egypt infested our land with their fWywms. but co
r i The Barbecue at Tallahassee- revived now, but he is iu favor of it whenever i is n I ut. It is but another proof that there is no longerin
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I such disaster happened. When I recollected tlat all
;. One cf the 1argtt assemblages w c have seen in Leon necessary. Gave: a hi.-tory of the Tank, and asserts GOV. Brown and Co-operation- The Whig Candidate's Attack on the Edi- existence, even at the North, a wbij Benton party upon {' parties of the South had onfrcd and secured this
old i issues. If northern to all great
fjr cu-t in this city oa Tljutsd.iy its constitutionality, mid its effect on) the ben- of whigs prefer
tor the Floridian.
County currency
.- many ycar! j Onr readers will remember; thecoimnuriication published : others for President, merely because he is opposed to political right, lung denied her, and that the "Scnti'
: last to hear the rival canJMat.-, for Congree" Gov.Ifaowx ficial ; nil the injury was done! by the "Union Bank of The lent wh<, gives in "
4 in thi paper on the 26th ult, signed) correspou an account, another the Nebraska act is it not fallacious to hope for their n1, Governor Brown's organ l lies claimed for the
.. ; was prevented by ilnt"-a! from being picscnt :i Pennsylvania ;" this brought cries from orphan1 Dud eo1omol I column of tIle' disciwiwi Monticello! on Saturday J I I C't-operatieni' with) the southern whigs in the selection wliisj the of
i !ia, in which the writer Mwke tof the action party "glory achieving its brightest
but was rcpictrntcrl by.). S. WJLCER. ]li-q. who e-: ''I wrung the widows' hearts. (How true this would have .' Whig Convention and the speech* en" ( ov. Inowx? at i I I'I '1 last has noted Gov. BaowV bitter ami violent attack ':'1 I., "f au f)' man who favors the principles e.f that ineas- feature, I concluded that the old gentleman had eimp'y -

:. ;t ,pened and closed the speaking in speeches highly eulogistic -.I been if he had only substituted the Union Bank of 'I Alligator. To the whig candidate he aittril.uted, the j jutterarifp. I on the editor of thn paper. Tl.e pietH for :., ure And to it has come to tis! at last, that these pre- turned two pages, and thus lost sight of his fae-url

c the Whig caudidate. lie dwelt partil'u1ar.j: Florida !) in substance} ,.r language like tLi?: In hU :I the assault Gov. B. ba e'l1r 1IJ mforination \ I.ich Le'' e.ous; patriots deplore the election! of goexl compromise The Northern democrats! who stepped forward and

>!:: V f."fS fcc-il iy: \\icj/ltntncf8\ of Gov. 13. as i.lu>tr..i. an hig .I He next took ip the protective tnri/T/ nnJ] put thU address accepting nomination. he denied that the j, said he had received! t) the effi-ct that we had charged \\ 11Z*. Out upon su'-h whu;;. and whiggery We joined the Southern Whigs and elemocrats in carrying

Nashville Cuuv.ttion letter aud in his veto of of down ns n Republican melwrl''jl1nwre could 'I ., him with b(-ii.ij tainted with abolitionism "' in : Iau--> u-e for either.-Suuihtin F.UflTl.r.
f : QI. I' "Northern whig were aholiitunisrd. or thr.t tIC conncciion out this great measure, were awfully denounced, and
r ft $5 the Indian bills! parsed l II>y the lust Li-gslatr.rc.; : Wr. 'j not make our jire cut tari.T. more proteetive, because j I ,: : with his iilhijiou to IJentou in hisspe&cl. Tilahae: "p er So speaks our old frieii.l KMIWIEH, formerly editor in order to out his
less sound Southern hli than Northern carry khonrded spleen again.mtthis
' notice the ot'.er I majority: in the, house and St'l1dfcH're II" were upon n; :: .. Tli ewln !. of the &r.f) fHe make the second conductor of
fvaA'V' ; W. very conveniently/>/ to veto.The opposed to I Democrats. He contended tlat the principhs (.fthe r > > read the! t'/ortdian know well !] truly Southern udrriinf-trntion, Le took a position

; : two taken together nre in direct clln id. The him. lie rcgi ete-d! that hu did nr>t have I time to thow i 1 I that no t-ucli charge hu: been made f;lV. IKOW.\! that paper who has DO use" for 'JrtherD'hig* us, I i which I never to hear
: expected
bill South
Nebraska the the man of
were l'rinciplc'5l1f "big any
ii4fcfli one up< | of them. No in the
: the ground tbst the bill \t-tutd took tie) power from bringing the pnnp labor of Euroj<- in competition the bill was that; they wcie opjjo-ed] to thercjie.il tlfl i on the ports of others 1 t.c la.1 e-xainiii tl) f.r hiTis'-lf in S"i.th hid repudiation I.e will fiateinize"with tune, sueh man allies."- 'of 17S7 which was applied to our Nurtb West tern1.

the soldiers (.f appointing their commanding officer with our own free labor. (Here I thought I taw sev- the Missouri t'omprnruisf', simply bocncs it was a Had he done thi, !I. wi-'il h.1\( lu'J hi&s!lf from | The s.i\s.di-claratii.t.s of tht-t-e two of >o lea, ceded by Virginia to the U. S, and\j! VSt'a

$'f and conferred it upon the General .Asseml1J'. This cral foreigners grind their teeth.) The cause of the and not from to tb the !t1*pic.it.u. in the virulent abuse jib \.ich he as- jx'Mtive predecessors slavery was prohibited in these territories, was adop
Compromitc, any opweition < editor of the Stntinil, on> this point mus:
'ri4-, (\ BROTS said was un.rl titutklat But tLe other surplus in the Treasury at this time was that the tar- South. Now while he iughl to justify the course saile 1 uof be-inij moved I by personal hostility ami) not Ithi'be present and wormwood toliim.Political ed previous to the ndoption i'fth.e Constitution, and

f. veto-the vie which Mr. W. very adroitly dfdged iff does discriminate eufik-iently in favor of home *'nfhiis whig brethren of the North on this flimsy pre- being very careful as to the means of obtaining satis gall that it therefore became a compromise of the Constitution

at. of act in ISM and i dustr lIe then asset ted: that the whig action. TM exanjnation, too, nn'tjbt, haH restrained and
-was a !repealing an passed present t'xt.ll seemed entirely t '"*.. r<'ri tt (/ which conferred theQoer.or bad e.led: i out all the doctrines of the old nee him perhaps from m indulging In the gratuitous and I
:;- approved by >*! SEOWX on : party of The 18 wlilgs! la Congress' from the free States only I Southern Democrat to observe carrie out that o< ni promise. Now if the free-soil
the officer. publican party. Very feeble npplause followed, as I uncalled f,r remaik wh; which Le closed his is pleasing to a "
tire poirer t" cpp-iiut general ** 3 of them voted for the fugitive slave lAw. How atl:1ck. o.-diuanee: of 87 formed one of the compromises of
with what readiness the Northern Democrats in
Wtat was the difference between the two't Were old matter of f"cl' took hid cwi. ', do he accounted fir tKe vote of North- j IBut not content with refuting chirge neve-r made, many the Constitution, it H fundamental, it ia a feature cfi
?3 yon suppose
tppd1/ they not ilcnticl in principle t Aud.et Gov. REOWNapprovid Maxwell was then called for, at whose very name *' cm IVinocrats on the Nebraska bill ? Do think he uiiilert'tok to inflict direct injury upon us, by in- of the free States, are preparing to meet the i i-sue i the Constitutit-n. and the Governor; was right insavicg

thunders of Applause were showered down. he you I! siuiiation, iu the most wanton and deliberate I presented by the Whigs and Abolitionists growing
the one aud aioed the other lie did Really '. as a Southern man of noble nnd generous feelings, he manner he would if he had been in Congress, have opposed
a fine specimen of he raised himself The assault was malevolent, and) manifested of the passage of the Nebraska BilL There seems
On the day previous on hiehtcjli\ inly presented a man aa a degreeof I"ut the introduction
more. t thl complimented thrin. for their honest and patriotic of a bill repealing it ; but
to his full height, gazed f-r at the I halt not becoming in who to be no shrinking drawing back. They meet thequestion
a moment very one stands the
vetoed bill because it did give the solJiers on determined
one frt so he ia
was of the
course in sustaining tbe rights of the South under I opposing every act
crowd then shook himself if to las last of life. What I like true lovers of lh? Union nnd fiarless advocates -
: as try ttrength.AE verge injury has the editor of tI.eI
the light of f electing their commanding officer, ho a<- the Constitution f Nol I He displayed'! out nnd out in the I administration, and so careless was he in arraying his
of the of the States enjoyment
the officer under the law of '51 *odordered he stood be forciby reminded one of the Lion Floridian ever done to G",'. Baows as an individual Equality "
: : matters of that he
? i tually appointed the narrow minded and ultra spirit of the emailpol- fell into this contradiction
the In ILLINOIS that unflinching
; roused from his lair. lIe stated that he would not en justify e>r provoke such an outpouring of malice common terri'ory.
: him to the field, iti utter defiance of th's! "itician. And while he could find in the I ; a id dilemma, from which no ingenuity can extricate
ter into a full discussion of the old party issues that opposition and ill-will I la the fact that he born in Canada chairman of the House Territorial ->nmJtree. WitLi. -
right 1 That there be mibtuke :! this matter ; was i him. He saM! he had believed
may D ab "of the Northern whigs all the noel always this same Missouri
patriotism regard who stood for
Daniel Webster had pronounced them dead, more a sufficient excuse for the, display ou the if Gov. \5f A. RICIIARDSOS, up so manfully
we quote! from the docnmenU", EU extract omLc'rj' particularly for Southern rights TO INSURE IllS part restriction unconstitutionaL He was in the Vir-
the U. S. Bank. As to the Bank, Gov. B necessary B. of intense bitterness of feeling and ha.e..AI the Bill has been unanimously re-nominated for Con-
BKOWN for the benefit personal
; the message of Gov. express FUTUItn OPKKATION: WITH THEM AS A j ginl* legislature when it was passed, and he there
would his vote in the Tfl. .t.-_'_ __ 'n rrp. *. fiv the D mrw-frits. of the fith Honerrpimionnl nlI- opposed
j4.: of oar friend WALKER, 'it the hope that the next see by own Virginia Legislature PARTY he could n'ver co-operate with the !Je7llo- ncui 11 ue II11HK9 \. we Will Inlorm l.IImtn3ttbougt.1. ;' --: -J -- ----- -- --- -- ----0-------- --- it. Here then is the dilemma of the old Gentleman -
l I that he him blf had it born out of the United trict TheTh&unecomrneutingonthieaya"Therenontinalion
pronounced impolitic and States, there
the Governor be will do him happen "
time be represents full craft of the North, fur they wei e unsound and sustained -if the ordinance of 87 was a compromise of
unconstitutional that the Dank..Tariff tt.c.t [ to run one drop of blood in of RICHAEPHON clearly shows that Nebraska -
; were measures foiefgn the editor's
4 I justice. The message *ill 0 found on page 376 of the Nebraska bill because veins. thj Constitution, and if the Missouri line of S8.30
advocated by the old federal party that lie did they were whipped Hi paternal and maternal) ancestors both will be, anti in the great test issue of the day
: the Ilonee Journal for I852t : ; '' and dragged into it by the administration and were natives was i* : iiple carrying cut of that, the/ were constitutional
believe in so far ns regard* I11ino;. In the Cth District, the
not them but did believe in the old of New His father
t* this time that Republican England. was somewliLt
: I deem it inexpedient at to repeal voted trembliijj :Iu their "khoe" -ro-I requirements and good faith demanded that
act. The information which I officially received from I party, with young America at this time engrafted ted in his day as a skillful mechanic-vastly more so Hon. T. L. HARRIS, another warm supporter of the be
TIle .entintl of the 29th with the clui.r.nct.eri..it' they sustained. How then could be say \\a the
tbe Special Jgrnt of (he United) States, ant prompt ,1011 them. He tben f spoke] of the all absorbing question of iU (editor charged) the mendacity tbau any of his sons. Living near the Northern border -I; same great measure has been selected. The Cinveni next breath, that the Missouri line of 36.30 was unwatitutionnl
l Iy commuuieuted to the General At-eou bly, that the be believes that FlorMion with tion that noninnted him, adopted the following
of slavery ; the Southern whigs aresoi.ixl : .f New )England he was induced to remove with i i I resolutions
and how could he have failed to
Seminole Inllunl bad refuted to ctuiprato. and ulse, having manufactured" the letter of" C4diinLja"and' to urge
: inJ'iniiaU.jii that the iuhal) the frotitiersettlemenU I ) on t'lis' question-as Kouud as the democrats j ;; his family some half dozen miles across the line" in. I : all
:.:; the people tiling in the following week there in 'knlin'ltwo I repeal if he considered it unconstitutional, as be
appeared the
'4 1 had *eii.ua cause (If alurui) ffll tlxorifnithle I I bul'he docs not like the Southern whig; afiliutinq with j i communications from A ;i I I Canada, where a portion of his children first saw I II lletolvn, That as the repeal of the Fugitive Slave he did ? Here is a batch of contradictions and ibcofd

t "s neighl)ir*. I msideie'l it my duty 1 to comply Northern whig, when by the vote on the Nebinska; fligator-.one making an i the light and this mere itcclln I ofln'.h has been law, the passage of the Wilmot proviso, tile refusal l to Oil
i! indecentMack) Col. I admit State into tt.e Uni with ties that savor but little of Matters of fact"
with the pruvibi-m of that act which ief ires the Guvcraor I on SMMII, n'. 1 the other under I a <>n Slaveryor
bill bowed that turnWHS
to raise a Regiment Of NuunusllIitltCLtI, I they not one whig Nnrtli takiiiL' *.. correct the jjnw-s enoM nnd .alable misreprtciitutions -:I.seized 1I1".n 1.the Whig candidate) ns tl.e occasion tiiv Abolition Slavery in the District of Hickory, whose ashes constitute a sacred deposits
"XVv : who voted v ilh the South. He then showed tha j [ for visiting one of them envenomed I 1 CI.lulI.bi.l."OuM inevitably result in the when, oc""i.n ehxuld. il.iA (Jiili"I. ifpiie it, and ," as they were tfinied of upon personal .t with all American patriots, cnmc ia for a full share of
-m accordingly I have ordered '. for the lr, : there were 41 Northern ('Cmn'rlltll in the House who our Cones11'rideiit nhu e. The e-.lifon relatives mostly reside in the j I solution of the Union, those who large any or nil these abuse. at tti
t but not OUt / rdwitnid ungenerous Yes, sir-JACISOM, a name
] tllirlr>-lifulneit 1 \ viewed the enemies of the Union
ofthv on the i'roiitii-r, Ito iniotit voted with the nnd asked the tfJ'J..t i measures must a* ,
: tection jteoplc I of South people, M ith these New England mid Middle Stat.s, whereat lea -t
I mounted Volunteer ftU'l) IIR\'I tilled ait J >- ('f the lunrpiagf aft, 'lEd to (!<.K. BROXT.N some whether they be Abolitionists or their l'iate8. mention of which the blood warms and the pulse
; COllll.
l ** ni-mei Ut nj. llopkin t if E.utlJ"ri apji. Ia, If command ; facts blaring them in the face, on what patty So far from it, the grits-error; and pfitHbIenii-! of them ate not alt"-g--thi'r unknown to political his i ftewlvttl.That the course of the Democratic elele- quFekens man whose whole life presents a scene
: I they could best rely fur assistance. He then NUIIl"1 | One of the few \\\'ln\ i in this State wh, voted for the
4' : the "an, 6y lufiorilyiift'i-it InJ h.ive: reported rcscutation were referred ely to what Columbia" tory. : very % Governors ever flee" i Cation Congress from of brilliant and unbroken triumphs in the public service -
t : the pam*. It,; the IWKlrut of then td States." high terms of Douglas the I'recident, and othern who taJ in the State of Maine, was a cousin of the hum | .1L"rnokr. and Kansas bill, meets our unqualified ap-- of his
had said ( f the) m-lionof the Convention, awl l t> -a man wlio! has left the impression geniui
This Im2Pmie eon"IlIcullul'll.r out and institutions
S J.H that alone. R-latixc i t't tile renmrks of jv.; Haowxon ; assailed That our distinguished Senator, Stephen aid patriotism indelibly marked on the

: : ;: )! 1 i is cleiuly, incotib'stent' ; with the veto of slavery. lie concluded by alluding to the several the Nchrnoka bill and the comments of GuI urn- by Gov. BKOW.N at Monticclln. Theee small .\. Douglas !ii purtienlnr'y' entitled t. our warmest of his country, and which will tell proudly in

th Indian bill and i ie totally I railroall LilLi before Cong'fl.'t.8, and saying that the matter alluded to for his bold able, and in draw-
i- be I of c. old matter of fact" to (Gov. B. Correspondent I ndv 'catiiiR and defending* tbe principle
4 to the principles avowed in th .t veto. I can only was very extracting somewhat e>f the venom of Gov. B's. up great honored &T*
thus who carried
personal the same and to an g
hill the combined efforts of Abohtionimi.
that against
'. explained the. supi>ot>ition that the Governor rroper, for he seemed to recollect nothing but old malice than with the of oi of
upon| expectation
"Columbia deriving memorials his
says 00Drown reason Frce-S'>ilisin and Religious* fanaticism. His reward the enduring oa own person
gave a
: thought it unconstitutional for the General Aixtnbfy facts and every thing which had occurred in the last fir: tho opposition[ of Northern whigs to the Nebraskabill personal advantage from confusing to relationshipwith lies with the people. and they never forget their those conflicts with his country's foes which mark lbS.

instead of the toldiers but when the s mc twenty he knew nothing about During the delivery that it was \iolution Jfl.e Northern
: t elect years compromise, and thisbe any Whig. But inasmuch ns the Whig friends. post of danger, was assailed as a federalist and a mo

; General Assembly conferred on him the power to art of his speech, much euthtisiasm was shown, and the call correct a flimsy view of pretext this The Go\'eni -r, I tllink.tOl'' candidate professes unbounded confidence in the There is the ring of the true metal in these resolves. who had by his own obstinacy and folly reduced to

all other words while the equent npplause.I question lie saul the) vote on tuun'liitti of Northern The Chicago Journal, a whig paper of course grows
it rightin ,
I point was ; the bill was not made a teat of democratic orthodoxy. Whigs, not one of whom beggary and want many a widow and orphan. Oa

I Legislature could tot violate the Constitution: Jirctlly will give you a syunp8i: of Gov.jB': ?. concluding renia'ks because a majority of Northern democrat had voted would be suspec', for his right arm, of having connection furious over the action of the Democrats who nominated could the old he. o' iron will have risen from ai'

.. r4 by electing the officer, it could do eo indirectly in as few words UK po-sible, for I am Bpinmrs t-tainst it, and were no more to be trustee! on this sub- with the uud'f. roulld railroad. ,"there would Mr. HARRIS, and gives tent to its rage as follows lowly couch and i-vn.ed for the time the position of

through Gov. Baowy by conferring 0 him the power this out too long. Gov. Brown opened again with U j. a.t-i.tion than at the this Northern time the whys democratic; that in springing the seem to be u just propriety in his permitting 1 h:* ex. : i former life-ccnM he bave pointed to those deep aoJ

,y :' 1 t appoint. I any ingenious whig can reconcile in S. Bank, Washington nod Jefferson, the tariff/ republican
4 any other way tie .heterogenious conglomeration of measure; but when the force lilt was passed I at Baltimore! .in_ .June, '52, that they would discountenance -, kinsman of some of those same Northern Whim.i f 0 albeit )-I -.'. 41n.a ".I-a... ,,'.f. ..!.,. noonlinr!.;.. _;mutitiition." _n____ -- Thev- ttollliljust ) o flI g.f liri,;<. rlovntinn; tn !.? si .intrI
absurdities" apparent in GOT.; BROWN'S action under and Gen. Jackson threatened to march an the agitation of the in he be democratic I 1.- Ci'ruhinaorVirginia.
army slavery question every may a editor, and one, too, who as well auswer theueidiauofNtirth cued it from British domination, and the motl*
the law of '51 and the grounds taken in the veto en into South Carolina put down a sovereign State,.he shape whatever, in or out of Congress and (or- the has made Florida his home since boy-hood from.0100' and he orthodox wherever the slave-driver' of the Sooth from thi
be (Gov. B.) would bare ihouldertd hit nuke mischievous consequences to the country growing out the of chains nnd fetters, are and daughters of the Qeen city
'; which Mr. WALK IB discoursed e eloquently, will ; that he choice and not from Josh, or clanking recognized soldierv-
of the Nebraska bill I ry necessity.We
the of
democratic touch a rapacious
split off from Gen..Tackson because he drew into party were responsible' ns the links which bind one portion of the human j polluted and polluting
L entitled t a leather mol Gov. Brown further stated that some of have no disposition to retort upon Gov. BHOWN family to the other. We are glad however. to fiuel could he have stood forth, U he did when the hear
After Mr. WALKER had exhausted bie half boor, men belonging to the federal j party. The the Southern newspapers were pi em/it ure declaring as we might, and as the grossness of the provocationwould the Democracy placing themselves before the people poured out their overflow*

Mr. MAXWELL took the stand, amidst prolonged cheeping whig party left Jackson, and stuck to the old Republican that the whig party North and South couid never a- justify. In a war of personality we have nothing on true issues. The above platform is not a wait too of the American people and when his **'
and addressed the audience in a speech of an principles, but that the democratic party were gain affiliate together, it would be time enongb to to fear-we know broad for tbe followers of the Administration. It is tribute of love ant! ,
well his
determine this whose withers" would enemies of
threat question whei- th people assem Democratic" and all who do chooseto struck terror to the beats of the
built by the old federal black true ground, not
hour and a half's duration. Wewill not undertake t up cockade party.- bled by their delegates in COUTH tion to nominate a be most wrung." But we shall forbear. In so doing stand upon it, in the language of tbeie801u on.are try, then would the universal voice of eooden

follow Mm The effort was among the happiest it (The language within the quotation marks if l liis.) |file candidate for the Presidency in '1 6." we will show how immeasurably superior we are Abolitionists or their associates." We do not think have fallen on the head of him who dared sl'

1 ha ever been our good fortune t bear {rm'* m.- asserted the railroad bills alluded to by Mr. Maxwell This is every syllable put forth by correspondentof in this respect to him who has forgotten his gray hairs the people even of the Springfield District of Illinois the honored dead. BuUbe old" hero he sleepS*baII ateet the

I' l wai earnest argumentative and eloquent-without were, if passed, not worth a cent to tb. State ; the the whig organ on the .ubje(t.. He dori not call in his undignified display of unguarded passion. By are prepared to swallow the principles a* above laid which knoweth no waking.Let therefore until those friend JJ,

if. ;i any of those clap.tmp to which Mr. WALKEB resorted doctrine of internal improvement a Republican priuci-- in question the correctness Columbia's" report, taking revenge a man is but even with his enemy ; down"Abolitionists, and neither" aa enemies the fear of of the being Union denounced or the State as accuser loved bun face while to face.living defend his memory w* be

,: in hit I told upon the audience for ciple. He then ron into a f"g about Nebraska, the bet passes it by in utter nih-cce aud from the fact but in pasaing it over, lie is superior." An excellent or tbe lash of party. will cause them to indorse them. dead. I for one want no better evidence of a rott Of

that it was an to their mirthli I.i I. compromise lineal 36 :ordinance of 1787, and ended that it is not the than to hear its advocate assail the tneniOi7
: the reason appcal.not questioned, inference is inevitable writer advises, Vex not yourself when ill spoken of. We hope the Democracy will follow suit and adopta cause for its *. But sP

? cess but t their better judgment-not t their Jove with the Nashville Convention which would have resulted that its truthfulness it admitted. If the whiff candidate Contumelies not regarded, vanish ; but repined at, argue similar platform iu this aDd every other district in ; old Hickory to make way and .propel, Stephen A.W

of but tbeir love of Ituth ; not that they in great ruin to the Union but for his letter, was not understood to have expressed himself in either -soul conscience.- the State. Let this bug-bear of popular sovereign bat sterling. -statesman. 1 MS-patriot- .1-tue. _!___ ....fIinbCZ5. -- --v ,
.c fun t a puny or a guilty The aud 1 has. was doubly tienounceu pnne
but that they might tlank. To (what teUer'i is tbinwhicb) arrested the States of Georgia substance did ty" come fairly before the popular sovereigns word said Seward 4 to.
might laugh, say as reported, why not his Columbia de best answer to a slander, is to answer nothing ; anti let us have a full and fair expression upon it, that while not a was against aw..
unanswerable only to tnt Mr.WALKEK Virginia South Carolina and Tennessee, and finally fender and 1tO'! The voted against the South and the old Governor
supporter kennel
that it was i say say now so to carry it, as though the adversary were rather to the country may know whore to find Illinois. maddened of the moment, 10

; i his hour's reply failedjmcwt signally t answer the whole proceeding. lIe expressed great pride says, We are authorized by Gov. Brown. himself to be despised than minded." And again-" When I The St Louis Republican (whig) states that in the ally.ngined in that he Fred Douglass phrenzv, the black fugitive it tl'

Indeed be did more than at being the author of so celebrated a letter, till,; h fie say that he used 110 such language is here that and then tfb*
it scarcely attempt as imputed | have an injury done me, I never set the beacon on fire Congressional District of Illinois opposite city North would IM retuined to Congress desperate -

an answer. lie went through his hour more like one vi'vte without comulliiiff any pet tun. lIe took the to him) either lit Alligator or anywhere eJee, mid that nor am I troubled : I 'consider who did it ; if some prominent politicians, who were at first violent was honored with a seat there, he should take a*>uY
my h u
.beating the air" than like one seeking t enlighten ground that the passage of the Nebraska-Kansas bill he t. uk 4"'ca.I in in his late sj>eee-h at Alligator 00 his kinsman, he did it ignorantly; if my friend, he did it anti-Nebraska men, have turned a complete step. He would come union home which, shoulder bad *

4 bit without was in violation of tbe pledges or both the great return to Tallahassee, to brand the with Of tWo ket and declare against an would ba
strwggle parties statement his will if good Douglas men.
the people, yielding t oppneot against ; my enemy < no more I1. ", 1 somerset are now such a state of depravity. A l.tenr
while he vho at Baltimore pledged themselves to the falsehood, and that brand still hisses. This '" sometime whig who has and his baJ
the palm o victory arguntnt support au expected. Another moral t has very justly remarked number is Gen. Linder, a supposed that the nasty icMte DouglasS. idnd5.

btlo victory in the am .t a part. He was frequently of the compromise of 1860. lie would Il&vcdooe tborized" statement will unquestionably be as surprising (and Go,. BROWN may derive benefit from the lesson gone over to the Douglas side of the home, and is ma- of fifty eight Northern Democrats and to their do this peatwrong.

interrupted._though evidently with I lai freecooot. all in hit power to oppose -iU introduction into Congress to "Alpha" as to Columbia. That Gov. Baowx ,) Nothing in more despicable or more miserable king speeches In his behalf. were M to send black that Fred if there blsek Fred 4)I1555bOlll !

.. Some of th iut rruj>tous! were turned to but when introduced he would have voted for erected a man of straw at Alligator he did at Mon- than the old age of a passionate man. When the vig- The came paper contains a letter from Springfield, ,be but sent it so to happens COOgTSS5 tn sit beildo white Dougla
good acooin.l 1, while otc placed him fijat of his it. lIe stated that Pierce was without a party, and cello ou Saturday last and then knocked it down witha er of youth fail him, and his amusement. pall withfrequent Illinois dated August 22, which says- and Governor Brown. that QnveT BTOwn'will see'1llliuA

tack." But h's speech a* a teply WAS a dead failure j as an evidence of the wrxkn M of the present administration brand," i it possibly true ; but so long as the Alligator repetition, his occasional rage sinks by decay Spriugficld. you know. l U the great centre for all whiig fniendeanti their free soil and sit Lia (tiends,

triitb i ilr. WAUCC. kucw and fell that L had a 1.ecJ. did you nee hear of aa, admioijtra cwircspondcut of tilt: Sailinc, whohcaid the ofetrcngth, Iutopce'risbueu[ ;that petvuLncss, fur political movtmcutf, and the l people! old and young, there, anti wLit Diju'41555

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;;; e B15 ::1eetkfl. Surely then Gvei t.rr em question. He nw Mr. Pierce go into power with Pierce meets v ith our cordisl approbation and that Plantation for Sale. I REMOVAL.BETTON GUTTA PERCHA WATER PROOF GOOCS _

..uldnot be M wanting in court e y t.. tie a jejTrf'UH C' f, and with it had w niched i-lo-eL h's' ad- us long H* a strict epn&trt.CtiiU and ttfiforcemeut of the HAT vaUable A W11ITAKER. be* leave totafcrm TRADE MARK. _
r.wn oja portion <-fhs Xort'htm fiicnlsnt iuitn-t &.tL. n. T'e Nebraska and Kansus bill was CotistitutlHti are the governing principles] he will re- T the residence Plantation in Jefferson County "mers and the Public tint they have

repreeLt ag btiog true wni #>od iicu,) brought, bef.u. Congress; that bill contained n pro '.eive, as he justly merits, our hearty co-operation sad ,inerly within mile c-f the late Rev. Wesley Adam removed their stock of Good to the Store lately oocu-

(,boi fiw t" *it b.v l bide and helj) put d'wii *inon of viuil interest to the Sooth; that the Hxecu support road* from Monticello one to of Newport Bayley't Mill lyin 400? on the i pied bv D. Manley, one door Nottb of Hodgkias t QU7

l89' Prtsi'dent Pierce and all those v ho live had givtn it its whole influence, ; that the bill was 4. Rroled. That in Gov. James E. Brooms we all the containing acres, Scott

,.bjte .n,'a Corn Cane, Potatoes. Hoes.
the price of public land being a wns passed, what, he asked, vras bowiiVbv j that can will be done to advance the dignity, honor and Cattle. Mule and with MADEB Wr
Uteneil Sugar
$ Farming a good -
under the direction of the present udj i. Dots single Northern whig had voted for it, while a interest of our State. well
, sure ) also k, be cadly nhusedby Governor majority
miutt) *ul' JB 6jj vrong and I would advice all those susij.ined the measure; that the ilenli-cratU*. party the ensuing Legislature, for tho ofn--eof United States among thel.icitees. Said Plantation : _L v made at the eii oing a. sion ot the Legislature .
situated in i I
It is tf the best for
Brtl'n. tbe to enter their homesteads nt the North hud proved itself to be the only one which bad i ia Senator, our long tried and f.iithful fellow citizen, the and one neighborhoods of Florida for alterations and amendments in the charier

tbo k*** j prices, to do it at oi>ce, for if Governor : regard for the rights of the S4>uth. in.1 l that in view | Hon. D. L. Yulee, believiui that from his high order health of gomj Society j in the County, and within one of the IVnoocol and Georgia Railroad Company, VGUTTA PEROHA
mile Spr'-ngfield Church.
...ctreduC ectea be 'dlI be bound to inzte ,lu f tTitwrrcIthislaDd j of this fnct he belie\ed in sustnimns' ;the administration'I' of talent, moral vi'h' and eulwrged experience he ie i passt'il iii l1'5t!.

graduation I 111. f r bat ilglt have and a cooperation nf the Southern whig and deniocrntic te men for the times; and our immediate represen ingtun Persons Patterson a 'hinj, on to the purchase will wliowill call on thow Mr.Waob-them i AiigbaU gfi. ISM 3m 34 0 COMPANY Jo l fr't

) State to lands at less than the uf | parties with the demwrntio party North. The tnti\e. and the Senator fir Llarion arid Alarhua are the same. place, Curled Hair Mattrasses.

1ie po ( 1.25 ct pcrwrct loiuling whig ji&pers ('f Viitrinia and Geoi ia, and nlbo hereby irspectl ully requested to use nil fair ntnl honorable Terms : *
IY Apply to either c.f the subscribers.
prwt old QO,.en J JABNER
*" ggthc true old republican paity, and extrnct in his firbl article, had HUvised the course hei Executors. mnttra"es. double or single-wry thing A r

irbigr*".r"democratic party, from Jaikson's sec' ndd1 i wa pursing On motion, the proceedings of the Convention were September 0.1S54.WmilNGTON S6 J hot weather, which we will sell low to disc. T > S&MlflAw .- *** '

the tbe Federal pnrty. That I considered a- i Such i is the ** come ut" of C-il. Smith thnt has, nsi ojtli-i#'d to be publifihed iu the Floii.lian & Jcunnl D. LADD.

t.rU the, moat recUei3 of all bis aisertorA. Evr i "A Columbia Whig"wiv s,surpri.i 3 no one in! tii'i Co 'ii- and Jnckiuniville News. Notice. New Port July 15. 1S54. __ 28_ _ &I'J'

fhiitory contradicts it. and 1 will uui) intiuP 4! ty. Put the fuels wei" po etublMiru that Go*. Brown On motion, the Convention adjourned. fwrnrtnership under ihe firm of TUNNO. Baggln Rope and Tvvise. S PATEtrtJ

P iJ* a testimony of one man to crush the f ulon1 j bolted before the c-'iicliis'on of the whnl* matter W. W. GEIGER President THE t Ci)., Ls th day dissolve'! The

be earth. My witness u u > loss a puson- j Yours tiuly, A DEMOCRATIC VOTER. IlEasa T. BERNABn, Scoretary. settlement of j it* nflair by nmtu\l igrceriviit.t'evol veson GUNNY RAGGING Medal of World'* Fair and Golil Medal

E'tfJ C'nr' the CIVat la v
liaesrini Twine
for by
*** i\i>* 'f their principles. I Thi* is the season iu which we nntuially expect COLVaBUs: K. F, Sep. G, 1851.Edttar demands or being iadebted are referred ; WAREHOUSE OF CO. 102 BROA L'WAY and
w Au.19ft454. r.3 6 0. ,tJ. MEGIXNTP3.
% iy te h 1844 for the rjrwd.nc%. Mi. WILLIAM M. TUNNO PINE STREET, where be fonndGntta : -
jeD sickness. Our comniunity and vicinity have, it is true Floridian d fr Journal: may

tb' adptu bi great of I tbefedt-Jftl manifesto Constiluti"ii at Rsjle'gh.theZkv N.* enjoyed remnikuble, heaUhfulne but every mail Sir.:-A tee in a late number of the Sentinel a Charleston, August 31.R.1851.i Q..P1NCKNEY, Jr. White Lead, Linseed UI!, Lc.DURE Percha Ggods, in Great Tariety,

? were ''n favor *'f l 1l-JiDg MII* power 1:1rt : from other poitions if> our country, in almost' every communication purporting to bo from a citizen of Columbus I Zinc While Paint.} Lead, Far superior to any other Water Proof G"U in the ,

: : president, but tubbequent experience direc ion, brings sad intelligence of the nwfrl ravages alleging a state of dissatisfaction among the I i THE SUBSCRIBER continues the bu"ics'ss heretofore Linked Oil. market, cj-mprisiu; many Je.-irubl article f..r Export ,.a ,
danonstratid tbtir *rror, and that the btbt I carried >n un<*erthe nanieofTUNNOPJSCK- and Country Trade.c"neitiug in parr f Costs CloakS. -.
jjd committed by pestilence, iu one ft, rm or another of whigs and democrat of this section in regard to Mr.Maxwt'll's Putty, Window Glas<*. Ac.
fthptn bad vined the Whiffs. This is Mr.J'i I i NET A CO and tenders to his friends the renewal of Pouches. Overalli. Leggins. Caps. $<>uwesters. Camp ,
-- disease. course upon the late River and Harbor Bill. I 1 -ALSO- Blatkets.Horse Covers. Carriage Cloths. Piano Cov-
; testimony. and I leave Governor Brown to gt- hU services. WILLIAM M. TL'SSO fl -- rn T C P t

tin] 'the i iiue s"best be can. I have not time to lol4 4 Under( tl.t'so circumstances, it is tbe duty of every Jf ow, Mr. Editor, I am constrained to believe that this I{ September 9, 1S34. 26 rn Aug.isuming IV. 1854.t iuia.S3 .LJimps 6t O., vc A..J lor MEGINNISS.paie ny vn. Fire Buckets.Travelling B.igs Surgical Arkiee,

jaw bins through all bi wild assertions. equally at fatanoe ': family r-id the authorities of every city to use and to prodigy of letter writers speaks without authority I Steam Packing and hundred of other article. .

with the truth of history. It i is enough to say used and prudential that he lives and has his being" somewhere eNe Fresh Groceries. Fresh Groceries. These good are free from unpleasant odor very .
to be precautionary 5
that!uiJ Iii overwhelming W gU' d by effort hi* speech of Mr., Maxwell and by the wl-o power clot Cuiisc measure to preserve every and continue the greatest of blessings under the sun" than Columbus, or has wilfully manufactured FROM New Cat.Bs Orhen Sidn,. per Wna R. Pettis, JUST received" from New Orleans, per Wild tenacious, and plkbl nnik!<* and India elasctic.not Rubber injured WILL by Jfof fatty substance DE- .. ..l'

fa falsehoods, and perverted facts for party do Slioulders CCMP03E AND BECOME STICKY ; are CHEAPER
beard realous health.DisinffCUnt. 15 fl'
e.i the discussion. 1 one w big a audj ,
Staiflf A Sharp's Sugar Cured Hams, and different from
had iott f.ft Instead of there dissatisfaction do Cured Hams any other Gutta Percha mad
working wuig. say that Governor Brown vvteiu *. fumigutoriea and deodorizers of differ purposes. being any 5 Supur Wabash Hams,
in this country or Europe, and
the County by that day's ( pe1atin. an.li' < Mr. Maxwell I assure from the most 1 do Plain Hams,
towards ,
ercnt kinds, have beeu extensively' used and recomuiended you extensive CUar and Ribbed Sides,
beard )lira repeat it to Mr. Maxwell, coupled willi'tbe the that 75 Bbls Sop. Hour, Shoulders Rice Lard. Warranted to Stand all Climates. l4.: .e'
intercourse people, they ,
in view j amongst are
with niffereut te depending
objt upon
urd do Plant's
uluntary pledge of b'.s BBprn-rt :md 1 b n irther 4l Extra Flour, CERTIFICATES from
jlJ tt such of the whether crypi i not only satisfied with his act in Congress, but they i 4 do Lard. Extra and Superfine Flour, persons -rho hare felted
bo the or
inlelligeut whig My tbat C > go theory cause- gaseous Beef Tongues. Lemons. Ac.Aug. the goods may le seen at tbe Store of the CoirpacT.

doctruxas Governor Brown held; und Iheird eixof togamic. Ac.-of disease, either t
(them that they would support Mr. Maxwell.I his nets in bin vote against the River 2 BUs. I.nrd Oil.
say delcteiioue matters supposed to Ixj in thealmopphen-j of all Congress t
faid tbc do R tifiwl Dealers are invited to examine these
I learned that a nutnbfr of other Whgr 25 Whiskey, For Sale. goods before
Be urc Mr. Editor: that it wit* u great nivl frequently, peihaps, without any definite i idea J of and harbor bill inclucl.-d. Mr. Maxwell's squeaniMrn 20 do Mess Pork, purchasing elsewhere.
thing. !
paYne O A A GUNNY BAGS suitable for Cot-
day in Madison f>r the tnuiiph cf g'-ui.d priuciplf B.- their use, but a vj cue impression) that some change, ," (as the Sentinel's "orrespondent has been pleased : 4 llhds. Prime Susar \J\.I ton. IIODGKIS3 A pick-ins SCOTT. Orders executed to any amount, on short notice. ji
Com h .eciowd the Constitution, we c-onsid* 5 M best Spanish Ci CACTION.-Base imitations, made Varnished
During Mr. M-AXwdlVepeecK the u doubtless beneficial, will be effected. t" call it) in regard to r rs, August IV, 1854. 33I r
atnid-t thriowerful 5 Boxes Star Candida India Rubber,are already being offered in the
uuJ".tious market
il .ii4-
ed a it \ra treinblcHl nn of tar and other viitue and the legitimate result of a conocieutiou'
burning pitch er
aopUuae which f..llowc-d him ll.nniphout. The common practice 1 Box Sugar cured l Beef Tongues, I BAGGING Therefore purchasers should bear in mind that all KM>- ,
The Brown Whij* were crest fallfii. rlIfy com'iustihl1 in cities, during the prevalence of an consideration of the solemnity and bindit-g nature of ALSOOn uiue goods are stamped with 'the trade mark of iL.

saw that the old Governor had made a failure, thftt epilemi?, is a matter of doubtful propriety. Durirg! hi- oath to support the Constitution. It is a viiln* hand, a general as&ortment nf fine niilv grreer.lea. | Bale Rope, Twine and Salt. Company. WILLIAM RIDER. ,;* -4.

the fortune* of tbe <3uv l.ad git'e njf.: in-t then). and 1 combustion, oxygen, the vital part of the atmo.-phi-ic. to be jealous of that iut-umeLt, the palladium of our BERRY A ROW LES. .VLAGRE tockof the ab-ve articles will be kept Aug. 5. '54. 81 Cm. Pres'L Jf. A. G. P. Co.

tat th-r lacked the pr.*tigi (.f MI C bfj'nani: September 9. ft54. 3 .' 1 throughout the whole Fall and Winter
had unkindh : :s cf.n.jumed anti carbonic acid g-i-s a poi# ,n, is f irm1 rghts. Land for
Brown Sale.
iAtb.'Jkii w that Gi vcrni r t-o ;, s.-i3i-u, uuiId as 1"W by uas bv auv thee IIou %tie v4 Mr. Cb1] and so ;jr-fitmted him pt'tic 1 -
Mr CaWl" itnnu-diu'e fiiciuis i.H nlatHMiirliip : d ction tie Sentinel"* indent would !bare en-partnerhipof TUNNO, PINCKNEY i xirrli! --r\\heif. I1E1U A RUbT. J- known tract of land
jijtfven the air may not be c nocl* by any other thought to ; : e-.irt'sp THE fire [ i irL' cobtainirg 7 60 acres, on the
they an-) asr vntmp aca'n' 1 im; ((1o%. B ) < hjviog been iii=solved, Rubscriber vi iilcuntiniie 19 1 65 K S Ocilla river and known as Sandy Ford
B 1 bo produced. In a violcut attack ofellow or < th rjiialignnnt I pi-ople bi'lleve ei.i--ted in de.joorutic ranks here.it j August ___ ; two hundred
JbewLitrp cf Madison will m vole if they kij<'- it, the acres which i is hammock,the balance pine of which
fever the confusion of the mental fncultit. is like the author of that artiel.'iho i'o V frn "Nails.
forCovelnor Brown < ati\ other \ hii, Mh 5 is 'fpobedto i just nfTORlGE; AND foMMISSISX BUSINESS one hundred acres are cleared. A new store house

Mr. CalwlL There are (>..e Bit-wc vljijjf. and codijilctf p1 trntion of the ncrviiu* and muscular 1 ,. liatn't bfrn There i i' heie the utmos-t harmony on Us own accouat. J',. Q PINCKNEY .Tr, 1 flJ\ A KEGS on band, and for sale !i-W by is-n the place where a post rffice is kept, and lea

however, who go it M mug, and I liquid mM'f tI.t- sy.tfn's, reeerublps very much the effect of this psohII in the demociaTis: ranks, and some few whigs have Office NORTH CVIMMFUCIAL \VILLF.I I HEIR A RUST. splendid stand for a public house and store-p r oMwiih.B :

nnwt iutfllipent >them &ay that when Mr. Cubill the system. I i fallen into line with u\ and such marching up to the August 10. 1S5J. 23 ; to purchase will apply toSAM. .
he made hi had nJp I upon I .
niim-l l-erc.
t But is not to dicutt the theories pf the | jxi'l, of Maxwell inn as will >I.e on the 2d day of Octolr ) .
(nt quite t'o much of hie timo at u Ctitnui tp c my Collins Axes. San-]y Ford, JofTersf County, Fla '.-.'-
A Co.
iouiuarler fr his ppmba'!" It will. therf.%rc. be causes of fevers nor merits (if the ratioua disinfect: next, never ban been wilucsscd! in this district July 29. 1354. 30
1 FEW B xes for sale bv
a bard matter to rally the wh'gsof; Ma<15s"n nrondtbe ants. A difference of opinion on these subject? exists before. I I. I Charlpnn. Septeinlwr .i. 1R54. 55: tf :\ HEIR & RUST. A Mill Wright and General Mana-
sUndurd of one pp.>ped t the ablest: vrriteis, but lite fact* have not been
this conimunicati j among August 10, 1S54. 33Wanted ger Wanted.
extended beyond
)b&ve already Fresh Garden Seeds.
'I sufficiently developed to decide pt-fcitively. I desire MR. MAXWELL'S APPOIXTMEXTS, ANTED IMMEDIATET.V. ;.vt.. .
nhat I intended and tnubt ctase. -- --- -- y.i JU 7
THUMIS.CAEVEE j to ruiAe known more generally a disinfectant that TUST received per Convoy, from Tborburn's, New T to take charge of and superintend the building -
Mr. MAXWELL, Democratic candidate for Cvngrets fj York.,fresh Seeds of 'if suitable out
buildirgs. shelters
Ac, for
promises to be the most convenient, most economical, j 1At\ DRY OR SALT IIlDr.S; also. OWeJ a
PRECINCT COUMBIA COCMT, ) will address his fellow-citizens at the times and Long Blood Bert, ; U fi and Doer Skins, for which the higher saw Mill, at some point on the Tallahassee branch of
i and efficient used order that thoce in
most *or in our. Turnip Bert
Early the Plank Road. A
market will be HEIR A RUST. capable person character and .
price paid by tJi.
llth, l&M. f ] places mentioned a* follows :
September Late Head
community w ho are in the habit of making use ofchlo- j Drum Cabbage, Au-i; 'il 1854. ZZ induitry only need apply to Hopkins 4 Meeinnis,
It is said that4< drowning men catch t Tuesday September 1 2th, nt Newport Late Cabbuge.
Ma. EDITOR:- ride of lime, and other more expensive articles, may ; Savoy Tallahassee, DANIEL LADD. Pm., Newport. :

at trawC Do not the whigs.of this County feel them avail themselves of the information which has recently -' Thursday, 14th, at T.illaha >ee ; Lettuce, a-eorted kinds, University of Louisiana .

selVM to be Biuking I Tiuly' from their floundering Saturday, 16th, at Quincy ; Long Salmon liaddis-h, A LSO WANTED 5 or I'' goH !Hlcely negro mm '
aod been suggested by a dibtinguifched Professor of Monday, 18th, at Chattahoochie ; American Globe Turnip, MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. .L1. for working on w.'f about above named Mill, for ,
did. > sinking ,
cot would infer thai they They nr Chemistry in a Southwestern city, viz:Equal parts, Tuefcd-iy, 1'Jlh! at Marianna; Improved Rutabaga Turnip. THE Annual Course of Lectures in this Department which good > ages will bt given and! negroes well '

air, they are cutclimg at straws, which affoid them but by weight, of black oxide of Manganese, sulphuric Thursday, 21bt at Campbeltnn; For sale by McNAI'GHT' A ORMOND. commence on Monday November 13th, and cared for. Apply us above. '

feeble rt.41A Friday, 22d. at Venion; Newport. ptemlH-r 5. 1854.PERMANENT. T.fi will terminate in the ensuing March. July 23, ItfM. 80 D. LADD.
a supr
acid, and water, mixed and kept ia cool place After -,
Columbia Whig," in the last Sentinel, in an an-1' Saturday, 2 3'1. at Bear Pen Bluff; LI X E James Jones M. D, Professor of Practice of Medicine.
standing for several days to be icnewed. The ingrtdients 2Slh nt Euchre-anna .. 700 Acres first rate Land for Sale.
that the out" of Col.1L Miiiiduy, ; -- J. L. Riddell, M. D, Professor t.f Chemistry.
tide, come out, soys come can be had, I suppose, at any of the Drug Wednesday, 27th at Yellow River; RENEWED COMMUNICATION Warren: Stone. M. D.. Professor of Surgery.A. HPHE Subscriber offers for sal his Plantation lying i 't

Whit Smith "has surprised no cue in this County. Stoiea. CIVIS.Alachua Friday, 29th. at Milton; |I : II. Cenas, M. D. Profes-or of Obstetrics JL ten and a half miles cortbofTallahaaee. There

This, I assure you, is u',1 balrney. 4< A Columbia --- Saturday, Suth. nt IVnsacola. Beticten .Vjrporf, St. Marks, Cedar Keys, A. J. Wedderburn, M. D, Professor of Anatomy. are ia the tract, seven hundred acres of as good land

VTbig,'* and 1 may safely sny whig ,if n.-t suqjrised. County. i -_ --- (ocusionally via Bap Port and Tampa Gustavus A. Nott, M. D, Professor Materia Medico. a* can be found in the State-GOO cleared, and the )-i .

and Charleston.tMRST Thomas limit M. D. Professor of and balance wood. On the pre-r.is-s area good Dwelling
feel exceedingly tore about the come *>ut, n they M'orras. Bay,) Physiology
house Gin Hoes
and Screw with cabins
are well conduced that it will tell will Jiguiti them 1 NEWYA'cVII.LF, Srpt. 4, ISM. As this i i' the Man of the year when worms are | CLASS VESSELS will commence running Putholopy.Cornelias C. IVanl. M. D. and Samuel P. ChoppiaM. and all other out buildings. To a good purchaser.negro .i.

in the coming election. Col. SoJtb is Out the ouly We hope (o eive MIXWM.L a strong vote. I think in "t f-'tmij tble aiiK-rg children the! proj>ri'-t"rs of l tin above port on the let October, and D. Demonstrators of Anatomy. is a rare opportunity. Term made eav. Address .

*'oome out* | Goi. DRoWN, w ith his obsolete notions ab-n.tu Nati-.n M'Lai: Vtnnifu l lg leave to call the attention of coutiuue uuinterrujitedly throurl.out the Hcason. The ROOITK f T dissecting w ill be open on the third me thr-joga the TallaLassse Post Office, or see me on t
t.> its virtu-s f.ii i th expelling of these nuu' -_ --oWILLIAM the
I would there i is al Bank Tmiff Ac instead of jinitiiir yin Monday in October. premises. j. ELIOT. -
To A Colnrcbia 'VThig" sny a : ditig us harm, has ad- :: anj oft.-n ft:t'al cneiiiii-t of children It w..* mv.ntnl M. TUNNO, and June 10,1954 23
Vvine I'o' ns would! be done bv.**- vani-d our cuu.-e. Better for the old gentleman if he Th<> Faci.lty are Visiting Physicians Surgeons
itiiuuction( you by :i phy.-ifian >f great exp<-nnicu in Virginia, Factors for Soiriliern Utopia and Florida i'f the Clurii v h.' p'ttal,and &ttcnJ thi itistitutioD from .
,Ezve you )heedt i* in your i.ttack upon Cit Smith's) had ifr.naiued at LOMI- Although! MA\WHL was detiiiiu'd who after having urd it f-.r teveralears in bin own PRODUCE November till April DR. LEWIS

religious cb-vactcr iu a politic-1; at tide] We,of both : a fv 4 lax* by H'kiiff' hi- jilnce wa ably! r.nd pruclice. unJ found iU BIKCCSo universal wa in- The Students accompany the Proffjoors in their ,
du'--ftl nt last t-n otTer it to the pi-bli a* a cheap but j OFFICE. NORTH COMMERCIAL WhARF F RESIDENT DENTIST
of Chureh mid State 'I filled Col. 'I vi'us. nud. free of enjoy extraordinary ,
p&rliee, l elievc in keeping n.nUt:* tUtibfaCtOliU by iltQlEtN MtlMOrH. r.-rUiii! uii'l exrellt-nt 'ncdivine. It ha unre become Charleston, S. C. advantiiee. expense practical TALLAHASSEE FLA.

: r.nd ve should ha' eto much vontn-1 o\tr 'I Y 'Urs truly. I iu-tU i.puUr throughout the United StAttns the -
vpsrte Tl.'Te the Mion about hundred now nsertiogArtifieialT..eth en the
\ September 2, 154. 2m 25 are trn; : ? eight IS .t .
our ffthng as not to Itt pique Icfed Ub to gaiiicay our most efTIuiviit rtruiifir, ever known, and the tlemau 1 peisoiipre'TilHd fr daily. new and improved principle! with t'
baler; Walton County. h1t4 btsMi .1t-.ihy! mi the increase b:nee itfiist iatro- STORING AND SHIPPING BUSINESS, Ii 18.>:; tt.e tiumlvr of patients was thirteen tboisan.l. continuous gums, from one side to the .

j dacti in to the publ'c; hundred find flfivseie.TUOMAS other without seam or crack, leaving nt- place fur lh. % -
the there is disnffrr- A T :\ K W IO K T i seven i :
"Alpha, same paper payt ECCHEAVNA, August 8 1FT.4.Tiie "r s.d nt all tho Drug Store: p in Tallali-ibsc-c, and [ hUNT, 1L D, Dean. lodgment of food, thereby rendering them perfectly .
jirn iu the demixratic hue certuiuly at A in Town tht- Stuth.Siit1i.be rI"MIE un.ltM-Mgn-d still parries on the alNvcln-nc-s.
pany. Alpha" one i-ncy every m j August ly, 1351. 2" life-like, and restoring original contour of the face, t
had L".s ces cWed stud Ls tare stopped, FO that be people have been addressed ut ey! precitctiu I 16. lS4. :c; w I I Jl- iu all its l-ruifhetf. Buildings well calculat| furdesia'dng *> as to rtofy detection. Ce will attend to all calls in -.

narouidbim the County by the I Democratic) CaTIiii.lttf''r the -_ __ ai'tA. L. LAuD.NeIsri. [ Land for Sale. Middle Florida for Full SetU. Those wishing Full
La. andbeard all that going !
no' ic-eu ventured{ smhta : L4'prlutuic. Dr. I). W. McCmxiL, in ad\oca"y of lrMAXVELL'H CONS UMI'TWX, every body knows Uu -ptt-iaber 2.! lSZ.4. _o.r!L__ i rf"MlTI iib criU'r ortVrs for ale his FlantatioK,lying Setts can obtain all necessary information bv letter. -c_ -

0 heiVise he world hardly hn\e upon rlccticn. mid BHititucut l.a.-l I.oen generally fl-itterin <1 'ao. It conimcnc-' atil l ;ir..tjr(-!- ,'* sn FLETCHER I NSTITUTEII JL ten n.iles Ea-t of Quincy, on Swamp Cr elc.- He will warrant, in every instance, satisfaction, and 4'

asMTtjon. The tlcmocmtic jmrty of-old O'lum.j') in'iduoc' K, that b fore one is ware of it, th' lun<;-' There are rive hundred aerts- in the tract, three hun- prices to suit the times. Terms Cash, or when tidIed -*...>. o fci
leapondvJ to by b'lth' Whigi und D -iU'xri ate.- rrHE -e\enth Annual Seviuti of thi Institution will '
Ha" ii wide awake tiid 5 I' up nid dying. It is a unit -ire a ina-i><'f nlnrt, thcn a sudl-n t | < >ureof-han efpiin I 1 tlov-ti of which are cleared. It i is a* good land a-, can fir. *it i3 Vi

oa Mr. Maxwell. Theie will 110 doubt be *mw'plituug After a sj>t-<--ii at one j) scinct, which 1m ever been t Ii'itt to C"M. pmluw* un nifjmnlioii, and lu a _L begin i>n Mnda, the 2 1 day of October next, ua- be found in GaJ-dfn C'oui.tr. On the premises are a June t4, 1SM. 23

tli the most decided Whig precinct in the County, your HW d.ty# i>r we'K!*, it j is s-iu-l, h<' <>rhe di.'j l of hx ty I dcr the Slowing Hoard of In'-tructi ,I I .H.d i Dwelling, House. Gin lIe and Strerwith ev-
f.ir ticubrs lf *
: of fickttb in lioih pailiep | CONSUMPTION. Tor all troubled with cuigh Kev. R. II. LUCKIIY.: Prbrlpal: both D-pirfrnent* ; ,.. Rice's Patent Walker
coircsjx'i.-kct beard Tmrul .rs of -i.ticCiei who half or trv other outbuildinij r.-cesarv t n a farm. Tc& 3nmde Baby ) *.3 f

Legislature, but ve confidently expect Jotlert our heittofore beeu the most ultra declare them.I kingrmiipUint, wv would r rfr t.i the A-itiifijiciiton Co!. C. S. ROCKWELL, A. M., Teacher Male DephrlliKht e.vy. Address me through the Quir.cy Pot-t T TNITES all the advantages of tha Walker and *&& :
Whigs, *
whole ticket. From recent intelligence, I feel co ifi- the ouNide of this p-ip'-r 4.f-iu'ki'ni. Cheniioil Kx- ; Ofiiop. or ree ne at my rcside'ice! uiie n.it! # fim '_J Jumper in t-nt artiese. As a Jumper it is ;' ? ?

deut in staling that Col. Wiight, the whig can idat sl'e ler NAxwrii.. tract .f" Cherry and Lirigwort" which i- -iiil to b<- a 1 Mr. R. IITLTO.Y.. Ten?!-er Female Drparttr.er.t. Quince" ou the Stage Road leadinj to Ti.i1ta-.e.! in many respects to any in use n..t requiring superior to
certain for this ful li-.tait'. Als. .\z.'rs Turkish Mrs. A. R. SIMMONS MUHC Dppnrtm. I ,
u'u cojfiJent MAXWELL will carry WalU-n in Oc cure aw : [ W. UUDNALL. be fastened nor liable t' cklents. with adjusted
for the Senate, will not p-ll BJ heavy a vole us bis t sprirgn -
frivndo CL Smith's j tob, r. TLe boriz-ju is brightening ecry day. Th. Balm the great remedy f.r all (diseane of the Other roirpttt-nt T--hers will be employed, as the | August 12. 1S54. 32 tlnoy for chilthvn shorter tall portable xvsth the .
are woct to anticipate. como I
huir.I patronage may require. I child in it, and the least movement of the child causing
out" addreuei itcdi too forcibly: to the iatemt and people say that u.t-y know uo cause fur which th--y I qJ Suitable Apparatus U expected earU in the Session For Pr
good uoke of iotel'igeut whig* to allow them to falter j jia should set MAXWELL aside, when he has proved himself J Cif-' W> are antfiorireil and requested to announce H. W. SIIAILI'F.. Secr.'tarv. I BLS. Superior White Rum. them for hours amuaed am* ileh-jLtd. Sample tahe j.

their duly to theamWes and to the South. There j jtr competent to every emergency and when he i in a I 1). S. WALKLH. Et-q as a candidate f--r chction Thinmnsvij cpts'iilr ?. 1854. ."."> 4t j i 1 bbl." Old Peach Brandy" seen at HODGKlsS! A SCOTTd.June 4

mhli: of promise, fir the promotion of as oid u 1 Apple 17, 1854. 24
*om though who if they were, a* Mr. Kaxwel young to the office nf Repister of Public Lands for the State Bagging and Rope. I I 1 Cd.'r Mnegar.i .

aidcf (;n,. Brown, eonviuoed that whigg ryraSj man as Gov. BROWX, who is, according i>> the course : at tin election in Octolvr next. and ROPE farui.'u.d to regular cus i 1 '* White Wine tnegar. SEA BATHING.

dead, and lie ieleton only left. would mount that and of nature, fast dcecttiding the hill of lift' They say BAGGING any muuitiu. l). LAIJD.I 1 Cask White PreseM Sugar.

rrow, and endeavor to infuse let us have a young mou like MAXWELL, ofela tic I Newport, Septembers, J$! i._S5_ j BERRY A ROWLE3.j COLUMBIA HOUSE,
new life into it, although i NOTICE.-Tliere will IM Plank Road Met ting at SI
who is capable physically) t>f enduring the ardtious I j August 6.185i. Cape Island ffcw Jcrscj.niS .
they knew Use attempt would be a liojHJesi one. nerve j Waukenah, Jefferson County, on Monday, the IGthi Sugar Mill Rollers and Gin Segments. ,

The diftcu k-n in tank devolving upon a Btpri-seuUtiye from Mill Rollers hand- A Great Bargain. ? new and popularefta*>lIs.hmrEt Is new
Alligator on the 2d inttvaboptivJ i day (October, fur the purpose of providing for the rps Sugar conet.vitlv in

J by Mr. Maxwtll, io a epech of half an b-.ur, in Florida.. lkidc they say that they have no sympathy -I continuation of the Newport Plank Uoad to Wauke- FOUR 14 and 16 inch. Also, 8. 9 audio foot r j4g subscriber intending to move to the West, of '1 he Proprietor open for thankful the reception f.'r the of visitors. .'

which he noticed for those who call old Tom Benton honest and Wheel Segment M. H. POND A CO. i fi rfor sale his plantation, containing 880 acres patronage he baa i.
the rarious of intrc" our nah. Hie Citizens invited attend. so largely remved bees
topics t generally are U to assure his friend and the
Newport. September t 2, ISM. J5! of lain!, with all his stock of about JO head of Cattle. ;
State and the South bad before the jecent Congress, independent. 5u head of Hogs or more. Ail the cr.-f.< now growing public, that tha HOTEL in every departmrt.t will b and stated I hope tt.at MAXWELL will stiek close to old "mat- LIVERY STABLE. kept in a style sup >nor to previous oeasf> Ga .
and of the adtmniitratijn. tiny n.
clearly pieci>>ely the policy Notice. consisting of Corn Peas. Potat *s, SaL! l---u'er! alMI -
the State for 1 think if he has been
I I tee of fact throughout introduced into SL'O nx>tr.s. Ilasslert celebrated 7
He wan followed by Gov. BIGWU, in ntpecch i| does the Noubriojuet of the old man eloquent"will ; rpIIE Ext raises (itS Mi's SMITH'S Scho4il will be p Plantation Tool Household and Kitchen Furniture. orchestra has been engaged exclusively for tbi*
I will sell all the H'J--\- together at a great Bargain
of nu Lour and H half, in which lio rambled be plucked from his brow. 1. t.umrd on Monday, the 2d October next. house.i.nd many other arrangement have been ir.ada '

from the bpcimnnr to the end of biireerv, and nil overdOmOracv Yours Ac. September 16, 18M. :;7 Ct : \1 IT friend and inf.MTn the pubikthnthieinayalwaysbei"und lila i.r vill sell do them well%t>

inueh other than hi. c --- gut-Ms. Application for rooms mrr be made by ad-
< w itliout accomplishing miss h.nrcains
cuufl, or they good
j jon For Sale 'iJ1at may 4Tw
or the :
Democratic Meeting in Alachua- BENJAMIN dressing proprietor at Cape Island,or to the sub :
pbyi-ieal prottration. Hi* fjieech wus so ramie i iliny STABLE the ..JaiLreadytoaccummo.date BYRD.
the opposite scriber
Convention of the Di-inocrats of Alachua o j r'MIK Uw-'l.ng House which I now occupy Fort }Iurida. L. HARWi>OD,
A County Stansbury, WakullaCoouty,
and en.bellL-l.cd with" fellow -citizcni, with and horses.
so thickly TitiiWI It contains 10 Rooms them Carriages No. 17 South SrJ street t 't
finished) in the Iuit Philadelphia.
notice in
to tf
that but little could be dadc uf it. When through) > was held pursuant jirev'n'iw Micauopy, MI'B manner, together with all the out horses kept at Livery on reasonable terms. August 5.1S54. N. R-"Extensive stabling ou the premises. P
2d 1K54.Dr. _
Saturday, Septt-mU-r nmetary
[ u Feed furnished f Drovers
buwevor, he the'Ligi biiilijings. HII excellent well of Water and Ci-tern. Tin t Vacant Lots and r June 17, ISM. Cm 24
was eousidciably applauded by W. V. GEIElt., wa<.clioen Pi ecident, S 1L mid Mules.I Fresh Groceries and Provisions.
who almost left the House for President and .lis T. BEUNAUD lot fronts 170 feet, and extends back Ji-10) fet-t, and U with Hors I .
en Court ( Vice -
twe Pn.Ka, ? appointed satisfaction this
him ef! give pat- "
will to
under giwid fence. At- :I prefer to sell, 1 i.ffrr a bar [le exert 1 "t 7"E are now receiving from New Yoik and New
a grrpgery <,n the opjjotiie Vide cf the ttreet, jiud I Ser -tiiiy. and solicits a share of the public CU5t001.TulIuhvMC Orleans Schooners Elizabeth and Copartnership Notice.mirE .
his m-at announced that gain as to price, and will m.iko the j>a\rnent to suit ronu f T per Taylor,
am sorry to hat'e it to .ay they did nt rtturu to hear j tin-object The President for whit on the Inking 0< ention had, nsinbl v i! PoHttcsMon can be hud on the 1st Oct>>lirWM. August 2o, 1S54. _31 __ Miiciirll A G.irnier'a Extra }'li'ur, undersigned m ticWHOLESALE have this day entered into a eoJ t'? '

tLc conclusion Uie debute l>j ti..ii'xti1. \\holu.dj candidate for the Lislature. uii'l 1L HAYWARD. St. Lou'A superfine do. partnership
fit im Lour to 4 p V. TWy were I4'1k.i .of \\\ at VM-O cludi'd by cxh't-tmg the party to uflite heartily in Sc; ?tf erlC, 1854. 16 itNotlr" WM.U. -JOSU'U T. i.ILLW. LAUTU.X,JU. Superior Kye do.B.KHIII do. AND flETAft.xtvc .
Graham .
to I.AV-W. Mr. t&xtU.IMIWCV
\owiC':> Jovrrnor in his minhlofc,cunipKtelv up- C.,1 M. S. IVrry then ff.-red the following) resolutions WH.\ M. LAWTON & CO. Clear Ribb-d do. Sides tL. fTfDEE THE NAZE AND fTYLE OP

Dotting Ms p-Mtioun, if it can be uud that the Govern wl.i.-h wre utuiiim J' fit*
I County, I
hn' Crushed l and Powdered Sugar
tr the jirf tnt all dLfTt-reiic.'S that wi'l ron'e forward and make ituniedmte ymentainl ta Jslonb Cotton /ortors, Th'y will be pleased to see their friends J .

JSi ''i dog loudly ohll.d for aro'e, and in avery have heretofore divided us as a arty iu the great those hating 411'snaIids against said fbtate p will Loaf and Claritied do.Stewart's and patrons at the old Stand of E.Biunard, ,
l1rst.ntthem C.mdies
Southern Wharf Hard ,
lucid i. uer gave i6theToneout'inai'jie4) <>hwhich cause or(leTflocrfiv.I i duly aulhenlii-atc'l, within the time prescribed IV o, 13, Jr.. sign of tire Mortar, comer of Monro
White Wine do.
Extra Vinegar exlra
is in eubftancc us follows: He thu.Led the audience 1 A'/'f/ TInt the nominee of this Convention i- by law, or they will be barred. CH1 RLESTOX, S. C. CriHg A Apple IllackwellV Piccohlly, ____ and Clinton streets where they will keep

:, hereby aolcmnly vl ledgid (if*loct - would him the _ Mustard
it French
f'n. fhe call, m give opjwntuithy for or against the __ ___ Superior ,
I renw1 1 of the Court House, und September 1C, 1851. J7 8t to their line of bHsuiess. and solicit the patronage of p.
of vindicating himself for the! nppearniice of two I also against a divisma of the County, from whatever SEVMOtR'S; GALVAMCABDOMIBALJ1PPORTERS. Preservou Cnnti Ginger, their friends and the public.

articles in the Tampa Herald," entitled "The state I I source a propositiOn to that t t may come NoticeIS Fresh Soda Crackers, K. BARNARD. J*., -
and Peaches
o mottoti, a Comnijitee of from Jcm s Brandy G. TROCP
on each MAXWELL
of Polities. Parties.1 These artie' ?, he said, had I was appointed, ftir the purpw of reporting rules precinct for hereby given that Byrd J.Strickland has this day iVpper and Pimento, February l.(4.HS5t.( 5

been prepared after serious and solemn reflection and the government ufthe Couvt.titjo. ','ln= VX-IIIIIIIIICI' filed in the office of abe Clerk of the Circuit Court No. 1 Sonp. Drop Shot Scotch SnuR.

\ttort being published were submitted to as staunch after bating retired for a short time, reK>rtcd the usual oi Jackson County his petition, prayiug that his name NO HUMBUG ALSO-800, Bn-licls Western Corn, Cheap Goods4n23fl -
parliamentary rules for the be change to that of George Wathingtoo McLindoa 25 do. Wheat Bran. *

*Wg u there we in the East; that being approved Convention. government of the Persona wishing to object must do BO before the Spring r'I1F.SE Instruments are* made upon strictly! Scientific June 17,1854.24! HODGKISS A SCOTT. n UE SubBcribers eonteinpl| ;

1>J them,tbej were given to the public. As the editor Nominations being in order. Cupt Pliilip Dell wasunanimously Term of said Court, tu be held on the first M.mdav iu 1. Priiu-ipl and are highly approved by CT C Isi J. stichan warrang menlkitJi !k4 $

Ti u independent journal, he could lo no less than chosen the iicjuiuee of the democratic May next JOHN W. POOSKR, Clerk' the Medical Professi in this country and in Europe. Administratrix's Notice. of their business as makes it revessarv t '
dispose of f
pre? to for the Legislature. Bi N. 0. J. STALEY. I). C. in Dysnvunorha-a. Engorgement of the present* Goods. The s
Lit of facts Valuable .jtsek
readers an unvarnished statement .party :LL having demands against the estate of Consists of a g.Kw atipply of Watches t
Committee of three consisti.ig of Messrs. September & ((1C.) 1854. 37 8m L-c nr1 Ceroix Ut -rL Fluor Albus, Meunoratria, A persons o every' iH '
-facts which none could gainsay. In speaking of bis Pelot, of in- William S. Fort-hand, late of Lain Uoniitr. deceased Jewelry. Fau '# Goods. Cntlw,_ rr- d.scnp
Ellis and Stuart, were appointed and J'14
upon Capt. Notice will take notice that must them Ware, and mimen. other ? I- 3
they aZtkIe.I'W'L.d
past political course.TM said that for ten at and Pelvic Viscera.A present
one Abdominal
years Dell, and hiform him of his nomination. This gentleman % ertion and tone in the administratrix of said themselves to soil to cash *7 P' tdttced I
lime he did recollect of his months after dale, I shall valuable Iwtrumeuto jnst receiyed to the undersigned estate, duly ci.nisr *l
: having once exercised his oo being introduced to the Convention briefly SIX present my .ecounts wpplj of these authenticated as the law directs, or this noticw will be prices. TOV grpstlv r -
of that he fellow citizen for the honor conferred vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate fur isle at the Drug Store of & MrF *.- :
right suffrage; had voted but once in a thanked bis <>n for- and plead in bar of their recovery and all pe.nons indebted April 15. 1S4. 1' ;$
Jefferson County, u late Sheriff and BARNARD A MAXWELL 1
battle for administrator
himself earnestly the
Presidential election and then he voted for Hugh L.White him, and pledged ex to said estate are hereby notified to make immediate -- ,, '
officio of tbe
estate of 1w
Henry Grabtham 4 C. ---
1854. Mary Bryan, D1"ee. ----
of deeeaeed. ---
late In
cause democracy. -
that in the last great to the nndersigntvl or to Jesse M.Robertson
; campaign he did not support The following resolutions were offered and unanimously of said County, and ask to be discharged from said payment SARAH FOREHANDith'rat. vs.Joseph 'urt, Spi-, I

Gen. ScoU, because be was repudiated by Flori adopted : tdmimstration. DANIEL T. LINGO Notice. my Agent JESSE M. ROBERTSON Bryan. Tera l54

da. and furthermore because he did not believ in the 1. Knotted, That we endorse to the full extent the September 16, 1W4. 87 m Bodersigned, administrator tire wtate of August 6,1854. 8w 31, ASnt. IT appearing to the -

policy of electing to the Chief Magistracy action of the State Convention recently held at Mali Notice.SIX THE A. foicau. deceased, late of Leon County, SherHtth, :)efa.4ldant is retnrn .1g' -
a at
whose was rntn son Court House. gives notice to all persons having demands against said Fire and Marine Insurance. County, it Oi! not ordered tc b fonod in S4)dlerhnn .
ouly qualification
military renown. Fix 2. Reiolvrd, That we have noticed with bwominjr week &t r date, the undersigned will apDT estate tn present them wii his the time prescribed by by tjehlkai io f this That the sery b, t

tlTitlntter reason, be had not supported either Gener' pride the many well deserved and highly complimentary be Hwu Judge Probate for Oadsden County law' or this notice will be plead In bat of their recov mHZ Savannah Mutual Insurancg Company, havX Uc Gazette* 'this State i *efth. pub.-

a's Harrison or Taj lor. He did not support Mr. Pierce : notices of our distinguuhed Representative in for letters of administration on the estate of William Sri; and all those indebted are requested to make lug established an Agency iu this CitV, -will prior to UK next Terml nee.!nouth for f oar moutba

and njll P. Larking, deceased late of said Immediately. TIIO.J. PERKINS, take Fire and Marine risks on the most favorable I
because, coming as he did from New Hampshire, he Congress, the Una A. E. MAXWELL, we use County. Mvment J_ 'WALES
his election. THOMAS H. [Sentinel.] Administrator.Ao&uit terra- Apply to THO.J. PERKINS, Agent. .,og FRNZ, DAEER, Jue. -
Cut all fair au4 honorable means to secure re SCOTT. CUt.C.C. Fl -
( S> did nol bcliprc Lm! eound oo the j- rnt SoutLem ; !ie1oTt.cJ; That He administration of President September 16, 1664. 37 ct it5, 1551. 8w Cl July 15, 1851. X8 Siu July I l9..: *R -. '






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i D. IT. Azn.es I ATTENTION LADIES. Spring and Summer -411II
BETTON 4 WHITAKER ask leave to c,1
14. TALLAHASEE, FLORIDA, I MESSRS attention to the elegant assortment of c th1xi

dJ Wholesale and Retail Dealer in .iJ Goods reetivedper Wacuta," and adapted to your NOW receiving at the well known $J:

11 DRUGS AND MEDICINES. a sole us*. a fine aaaortment of 1


is : Snow put up in tbe largest sized Bottles, and is l)II1t'L'fEltT, Dyestuffs, Surgical Instruments Edgings and Insertings. suitable for Spring and Summer wear, to1D *_
_ I J. Paint r.
: acknowledged t be the best Sarsaparilla made,I Ii Spices, Snuff Window Ola**. Ed'ugs A Ins'ngs. Maltese Edgiogs, part the following articles: -- III
Oil. Varnishes, Putty Manufactured Tobacco, SWISS Brown and White
in certified by tbe wonderful cures it has performed, ** Vaknciue Navy Drill Frock dt'Saei
___ 'the Original, copies! I of which are iu the possession of aud Glass Ware Patent Medicines. Smyrna" Real Fancy and White Linen Drill do do-'he.

-- : the proprietor. Remember, this is the only true and Fine Soap, Fine Tooth, Pure Wines and Brandies Sa ( Smyrna F1(1uneinrs. Clouded and White Frock and Sack Coata.
;.r; I. and Hair Brushes for Medicinal ny and Plain
I THE GREAT TURKISH I original, article.Scrofula 1 k purposes Blond '4White Striped Gingham Sack Cotta
, ) ) Paint Brutben Fancy Article, Bit and Cord Drap d'Eta Sack
S\'p1ll"; f"rcurRI Comph.hts Cancer. and loek ( ._
REMEDY FOE BALDNESS, Gangrene : and H vast vnrielf of other Garden Seeds, Fine Havana Sei ars.IU Goods. do do Summer Cloth do du .-

_ And for Invigorating and Beautifying ths Hair dicoEts are .and perfectly cured by the use }has recently received per brigs Asa Sawyer and White and Col'd Drill Pants,
of tbi Ilcdi. Montiuk. a Lnse and fresh tupply of every varietyof JACONET Cambrics, Swiss Muslins Fancy Marseille Pants
A S a Toilet Article, for beautify and kcepingth articles usually kept by drujnjints. Planters and J Check Buok" Fancy Casi imer. do for

. __ __ __ 1f X\. hair soft, glossy and iu a healthy condition. it isuneaualled. 1C cud the folloulugr Ceniflcnrc.TALLAPOOSA Physicians will always find at this establishment a full Striped Nainsook 4Fig'd Brk Drap crEta do Summer do do.wear

Its positive qualities are as follow*:- Co. Ala.Jan. 2, 1862. supply of every thin* needed,and on the moot liberal cord" Curtain Fancy and White Marseille Vests
'. 1st It frees the heaa from dandruff strengthens the Dear Sir:-I send you this to certify t<1 you that DR. JOHN BULL. terms. Linen Bishop' Lawn. Light Spring Silk Vesta. '

4: routs, imparts health and vigor to tbe circulation, aua your extract of Yellow Dock and SIAparil! lies Orders fivni the, Country promptly filled and.sat -ALSO_.
; prevents the hair changing color or gettiug grad \.- performed one of tbe most 'Jodel SOM ETHINONEW with and
Cli t me isfaction guaranteed, regard both to prices Mourning Goods.B A general aasorment of Shirt. Collar.
It causes the bair to curl beautifully when done tbat baa errr been affected on man. AND VALUABLE. Glove Or..
; quality. prescriptions carefully com Drawers UudmbirU
Phypiciaus vata. Hosiery,
up in it over uigfit. This balm i is made from Ihe orig 1 I have bet-n afflicted for fort." years with eruptions pounded.AlK i l. UK all wool de Lames, Black Satin, articles and vanoua .
too to
er numerous mention.A .
Tbcmoft powerful King on the fic of tb. III"b" now Uumhllzil1t's, Hair Crape,
I laal receipt procured from the original Turkish Hakm on my legs and rl t; Ia 1848 they gOt 8 bad that I rvlgoi supreme In tb.II11r1eao n.pa\'lle.! The puw.rSr EPPIXO'S COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT full assortment of Cloth Caswmerea
. '1. (physician: ) of Constantinople where it i! universallyused. bad tii go on crutches, aud in 1849- I bad one leg ampulnted tli. ctv'DJ b.ait. of Kurop iok iuco in igul5c ..ticwbrn OF BUCHU. Fit\l Silks, French which tbe subscriber la prepared to Vwtinri
The turks have always bet-u celebrated fJr above the knee. In about nine months after, compared to tl.at of our Arnrricaii King- Deeember24,1853. 51 'I Watered do English shortest manufactortt.
: European King employ the ]>owrr toitj in them to '* lUin do M'ntng Sleeves A Collars. order on the notice, in the rn their 'Gnderfuakill in cumjouudin the richest other broke in -- ----
per. my leg out 1arpe f-atine and running rich auJ ivJuo and best
InermM th ricliM of the lurJlr and la tyl possible manner. All in fcjj
. ;: fumes and all other toilet articles. In Turkey tie aromatic I knee to foot l Glass Oils White Lead &c. want of
sres frun my my in 1,1 cLrgt'd a grit to greater nilmry and lUjfrmJation. tlia poor and iirpadtot. Clothing call.
. .. -. ( Fiends, ,c., of wliK'h this bilai i U oonj:):l'.', are deal offensive matter. My grin alQ broke out in I Our. AmerIcan inauiiou King mid goes liumbU forthwith rabu..ty"a.I..lllinlC'aJlk 1 OH BOXES Window Gla.s, assorted lI sizes Handkerchiefs. jy: Orders from the country 1
ih lor Jly pronvytly
' c4 almost un'uersa'lknown jmJ used foi Ir.e hair.- large bile, which discharged much offensive matter, I to 11to admioU'vr reiixf and to offer h"alcl and bapplucu to -i-VfJ 100 kegs White Lead, pure,extra .t No., T ADIES Emh'd H'd'Hi. Ladies Hem St'd U' 1d&. t<'. by A. CLARKE.attendsd I

hence a C ite of bdldnets or thin head oju. is en- and at the eame time my left band broke out in large I Ui. lon, aud lotrly, tbe rich and the rour.I 5 barrels Lviiseed Oil, JU C'bric .. Tape Bordered. March lit 1854. 11 t'

lirely unknown in that rOlmtl y. \\"cvibbtuf v-nc lunning jrl'\ nr1y to my elbow. I D H.. JOHN BULL'S 6 Lard Oil, -
t trial to be 'ladof it ; that will do mor t
It you of its virtues than all all tbe advertisements that can years I cannot describe t you. I was in such agonv I GREAT! AM EllICN III 0! PAIN!! 20 packages Fire-proof Paint. (Lb1a. and i bblo.) Embroidered Sleeves, BILL FOR ACCOUNT AND DISTRIBUTION
be published, and that may be able to test its \ir- that I never rested, day or niyht. 2 barrels Rectified Whale Oil. EMRR'DCotlons I
f V it is iu Larg' Bjfili at the low of UtheTKfiTH \fON IIt or Till WORIB. and the ,r..re.t Lace Haley T. Blocker, Sheriff and ex-officio adminis .
tues put up price In October last -
: bun brought me of bottle 2 Train Oil 1 bl.l.
my one your bl..in< rv"r torr..r..1 to afflir'rd kuimolt; to the differing Coj.al Vanii.h, liouiton u Setts of Sleeves d Collars. of the Estates of Graham Havi
? 60 cents per bottle. Remember the genitize1has the wrapper*; I read it. ant fundn'rdof wimewon- uiMuu! tli' Uucttir ran iy, rrlcf U ac your cuinmanl Spirits Turpentine in burn-Is anti l at retail. A gtn- and Charles If&
.- i- signature of Cuoistock t Brother on thc splendid derful cures performed by your extract of *. Yellow You I"u" mly to UM tbU lumlcml reinrdy. Alltbtue crul uoaortnient of Colors,BruubeB,and other, Painters' vie, deceased, complainant,
aod will the
\ oho 'ill miffrr nut cn-pt I'ruzr.e.1lI..luI. .
Silks et cetera. '
vraper.t' Dock nil! S&rsaparillii. J petit and got two bultl IPIV nvt Ihe pity of their !,1G.IINt.\ materials. D. II. .UI.IES.It.cenber William N.
FOR TIlE MARRIED."DC TE FJ.tJTTn"D: of it and commenced taking it. In two weeks Tliix wi'n'l.rful ntrdiclnr. during tie brief period inr< 21 1853. 51 Silks. White Satins, Havia administrator of John Hani j.ceused .
i XrLTIFLY.-laJ a C'Miitnand that should be cheerfully great astonishment iny sores all became easv. and my I iLlruilurtloii.. hiu curried happiuoi to the btiru oftbuuimud GLACE Silks, HIack" and aga net Nancy Lee and William lew

obeyed by the childrtu <>f men. D R. LA HZ E'H'E'd couU, sleep all nii 'ut, :thing I had not dOle.for two fore rc ardvd'. aua it only rnsJu La hltI.a twinful clMru bud to u mauv>i o ral bl.who eiiiKucsTo Urrcto- Wines, Syrups, &c. Florence Crepe LiVssee.Bl'k is. and Mary Us wife, and Jess Hans &fe/

ih JU\0 CORDIAL or Procreative Elixir, prescribed years. When I bud taken six bottles my sores had th. win.In with .U Li"iwl."ttJ. luuibrucntluiui. fulnKUIrr Otard Brandy, Fresh Dates, F I.t. Tarfetons as,'d Col's.111k ants.

; as au etfectual restorative ia cases of di-bihty, iinpo nearly all lltale,1 My sores got well ns if bv en tongue* and proclaim Pain Kxtraviori the: uimu uf and tie!let gmt million".\u.e of Kind.e.a OLD Port Claret Wat'd u White Silk,. Illusion. 11'appt'aring to X.the Havi'd.Court resides by affidavit,that &*aA,

: tency or b.irreuBeas. and all irregularities of nature. chlntllnt hl"t now lined in a1 eiebt bottles of Kiug or Pain," preparation CO.npoK d nolely of Trgeta- Madeira Old Port Juice Brocade" Bl'k this State but within beyond the ]limtaof
'i It U all that it professes to be, \12 : Nature's reat4f vour" of Yellow D ck S..napaia". audI bin atid rood, prutlucel by Alucric i** o.u rica tWo Sherry Sparkling Cider, Whit Wat'd Blonde Nett. defendants William United Stares, and that
.. Lewis and his wife.
Mary and
U/un' >u'
.: restorative and remedy for those iu the married Ute now consider mv.elf w. would a.ik the LA DIU. who an alwav < >mpe: ntjadt' London Porter Scotch Ale, Jesse HaTJs. reside in the State of Florida, but cot i ia
without offcpring. It is a certain cure for seminal e- I entreat all ..( the afflicted to try this medicine ;* of "bat i U aad "li.f u not a valuable f. uiUv uodiouj Brandy Ptfarhes, Brandy Cherries Ribbons & Trimmings. the Middle Circuit
mission general debility gicet weakness of the gcuital f..r I believe i it known disease in the ., to do UI a p cUl f vir bv giving) the King of I'ain Ra, Sardine"; I :
curl pl>
"i any Syrup,
li Black Silk
inil rrial, auit if tatinfiictorj. cxrrt thur ,inQueur erry ONSET ASa' Kib'us. Fringes, It is 0'tIered. That tbe defendant William N.Hans
: organs nervous affections leucorrboea or whites. Asan world. Lay n all prfjucli-e nnd just try it, and a in iu rwhalf, l'f''umUJ..1 u. a.U; w.il uud oflru of it. Strawberry Fresh Lobster JD Tuffeta S.ltin" Zephyr Worsted, do and answer the bill filed on or before the

ii; t '.. invigoratiug medieiu" it, is uueq u\UeJ.. .Al.,<>, a c.rjf proclaim its great worth to suffering( mankind,and entreat and se lbat)1. U u>ed by.tli.ir :tfiict d UM.UbonTb* Lcm"n" .. Shad. V. .. lft.. fT..._...' ,1-- P..hVllr..I..1, .- ..-.-. -Ttimliticra"'-'' -' I 4.?.*,>.?:appear t.. -Mimilfiv.,.....-, .in.. Dp".YiiKi.-..r .n...v_t-. _&nr4 tltot.?.&?.;.,*! Urn:__
iiirirlufVriuK e'Silk
i; T, tain remedy tllr incipient c.miuniption IUIJJgc8tiun.u them to take it, for it will cure them. Lal.-s armJ a>II rburablc: iud wheu thttv ludure .. Giner" Salmon Li ;dJ iiuuBaj
I fn.n \ :J" Iou uf Minscnlar; energy physical las ituJe) female Mv, case is well known in a laige portion of South the FlU Pine Apple M Clams,
: I. i' iil be duiag au art uf Iwu""kuctl Una j \\ bite bilk Fringes Snake Cord A Tapes. also appear and answer the said bill on or before tl.
t'-"j. ; ".eaku..b. debility tc. It i is warranted to please the CiirtiliiH, Georgia and Alabama, and if anv should well be proud uf lhl \* a powerful and truly uiaKiculremedy \ Gauva Jelly Preserved Quinces first in October next otherwise the
'J:, doubt the above ,. tor all! tit<-rnu.l diNCi.e<. *ore, iwrllluK', burUl, Monday ; cowplaimmamit's -
iu\ite "
? above aud is them call
the of cute
; \. .. user in any of complaints! priceles to n me Jic and for uu.ny iuternul afflictuiai.ic iaac..uuu cute, Currant do.Sparkling Peaches, Gloves & Mitts. bill shall be taken pro confesso against, &
lit Itt f'K; : vttlu t. tbo:e without offupimg.CAUTION anti) I will &how them the I I'S. I CUD lie f"uiid) in'I'allapoosa yyt it u pc-rtrctly Unrnile! aud iwapub.o of proluciu* Gelatine, Tamarinds respectively ; and it la further ordered that publication .

fp' : r,9: .h.' EXTUA.-Fiud the name of Comstock J County, AlabHtna. one mile from Stof tUtI i t..ot. iiijunoJH vllnou iu tbe uoal Jcik.'.u caJua u( Flavoring Extracts, Spices 4ft 4f I LADIES aas'd. and colored. Kid! Gloves.. of this order be made in one of the Tallahae, !.
.rf: !- Brother on this wrapper and neor buy it unless you Ferry. REN A J ATI IIL'G lIES. the id est entirely cuuitltutlun.U u.rlico[ to fuilow the old aixl worn-out Yeast Powders PIcKle I"YIIIff Silk papers once a week for four months preceding said ,

$ t i 7'. find the above ninit; as it hIlS b.'co rxtensictlycuvnttrfeittd The Yelo' Dock and Sarsaparillu is peeulijjlv adapted .ytt!iu nf publULiuf to the public! thouiun.li uf crrtiticltti Com Starch Salad Oil, tb/ Beaver ** let Monday in December next. ;

"trit ";1( of late. Avoid the couuterfcit &s you would ) delicate] health resulting from of wi,1rg {Mu-farucd by thu ueUioiue It co i* Olives Capers, Cashmere ; Ordered Chambers, August 1st. A. D. 185-1

: \ f i: :d poison.GEORGE'S. I irregulaiily <'f menstrual discharges and othr diieases vr but l"cjt.a. reputation"; <:uu tu ou try tbu it liibj; and of l>r.'.UUII doiui.tak.<-'. &hide11tezitee1 diuore Worcps orshire Sauce, Cocoa. It" Buck GauntUtts, i AT CiiAMuias. J. "WAYLES BAKER

4' : ( HONDURAS s.ns.P.nILL.I peciilinr; tn tb.'ir sex. The proprietor }has iu thau ho ilmujd tor it. English l Mustard, D. H. AM::. Bl'k Silk Mitts I Alien 5. l.54. 314m Judge,
'z'4$. I his jxissessi'jn' a great nunibc-r of certificates nf curfspel I We would .k. b;re you the HhoumitUin or (lot.: D'o'mIN'r. 1 R.r 3. 51 I' WorstedOet.b..r "
For the cure of those hLl'alOl'S .ir ; > -
.. : EXTRACT iiriMng formed of the above description. 'Vo nssuic thealHiKedtliHt tbwe are not plriwaiit cuw1.iiuiou*, aud we Luow twit h__ _ _ __ __ ,_ 29. IR5:1. 43 Manufactured Tobacco.
:, r from an impure state: of the blood such! as Scrofula: )OU would like to date thUD aw.y iu> aoou &II 'owibie i Just Received E. Remington
't,: : :: :,"J stubborn ulcers, skin di.ease: *, pimples on the face n or two of Dr.) Ouywitt's Extract tneb uae per INSURANCE CO. RECEIVING a further stock of some too
:. :': a ..' .. female irrigularilies and complai..U :c. .1: a general of Ycll"w Dock and apaiila! will at oneore ulat* ,. DULLS KINO OF PAIN." A FRESH supply of DRUGS and MEDICINES AGENCY OF THE ITNA JUST assorted Manufactured{ Tobacco at lover
t'l or-ji' .,4: 'f. tonic and iiii-igoratertiftlm sytin it it utuqiial-J. those d'fficultics; and H'III'111' natural energies.CSTPutupn Would you lw currd aJrnont iuiuicdiaiely, of Bowel /X Paints, Oils, Dve' Stuff*. Ac, TI:! undersigned.) Agent of the above Company.will prices than it can be bought in any of the large mu
# : : qualt bc.ttl.-s-Price $1 bottle. V Pnei ,& umuinr COJIUI'I..lUt.l'l1t1l"ra Jlorbu -ALSO- receive for and make insurance
;per Complaint ) applications
:_ \ t '' .. This medicine i* ntit ofi red as a CUI e fur nil diseases other ache ket North. Traders will do well to examine samples
: Ache looth.
Orawp Cu1it. or any
.14," \..;, .-.. .: but merely for those aiibing from impure blooJ.It .- or palo, the remedy U simple aud the cure curuiu.UfcK 10O Ounces Sulphate Quinine. Far against loss by Fire. nit Brick and Frama Buildings before ordering their Spring stocks. Will fonrani
I 'r-...-: l i composed of pfcc combine Street, N. 0.. Urand. D. II. AMES. Furniture llorcbatulue tc. samples f,ith prices attached to desiring
") \ with other substance eJf General Agents for the Southern States to whom all 16 January eta, 1 53.I B. C. LEWIS. I- .\ will be
.. .v4' : : >l purely 'egctbt acknowledged or.Jpr* must be addivsped. 'JVould you have your Sore*. S ruiujM, Curl, Durni, April 22. 1854. --- _. t"> April given xvhereany quantity
/.. .:o' 1 efficacy', aud i Ii inaiiufjotuivd with! the Scaled, liruUcs ur auj utlttr nouulJ LcildJ, w. repeat is rtqu.re'L D.IJCCI).
.' l grcilett cjre every pnuud of the Sarbaparilla being I I SId also bv D. 11. Ames Barnard: i !ilaxwell.Nah It, ue the FRE3H GARDEN SEEDS Extensive Assortment of New1n'rt.Jaauar' 21. 1854. 3

',4r!.11 : to the strictest chemical: teeU, and its geuuiuencss t Co., Tallahassee. Rogers it Son. Cbattahoocee MAGICAL KING OP PUS. SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. _
: eubjccteJ
r. : Geo. F. Baltzt-ll Marianna Jordan .1 David. Joint 8or GROWTH OF 1853. Bank of Charleston.
i"". : scertIuJ: : beforebeiaj used; uud it I ; ; Would you be cured! Scld Head' huff .
!) times: much Pure Sarsaparilla cont:11 sun, Quincy; A. H. Wilson Newport; Samuel Pu Throat, Searalsi, JSure Bre.ui. I.uw\o, T.rter or King A Batra. Flat Turnip Cabbage.Bet.tl. Adjust call the at New Port. Florida.M.N .
4, : ten a louJural as any lestou. Monticello. Wurui SU Uiioaui iitc of I'.ivjuou lu..t. Chappedllaad. RUT HEI i: & RUST wouldrespeetfully AGENCY
1 the ever' of en dfor *ae. .. CUd ai: other S ,IIt. ntbt-r dry or rulaluolt, we utiun of their customers and friends to the extensive I
,, t:1: ... -. 1 853. 51 and tasteful assortment of Snrine aud Summer Nt'W'X.rt.JHnuary H. 1854. *
-- ----- -- "
.':. ::t":"! ." parilla, to give to the public a Medicine which can be S.V.. BAKER, "KING 0. r.\ls." Metallic Burial Cases. Goods, which they are now opeuiug. Cousbtingiu Notice.SIX .
.; : .: depended upjn: do for them (in the cluof dise ises Would you be cured of Kill;;' }v11. Canf r,Tumori part ofOllIt.
tC. ,# t ATTORNEY AT LAW, diweii.c of the Mwin caueed by 1w pureblood months after date the undersigned admioiatra-
Kruptiuim or
to which itii adapted) all that cJidle can do; Iud auy Black J Colored Alpacca Sack 4 Frock Coats
'': :: have done leave it MONTICELLO, JEFFERSON COUNTY FLA. then two l>r Jultu Uull' .izsarl.a, iutertta..y, .. .. Lustre '* of U e estate of John O. Bawls dl.'eeaMd.late
1 onfideut that we BO we t{ aud ttt. King of P.iu externally nutuiu cau U more "'- lflJ
'# .. good common SENSE of the people t decide BETWEEN March 18. 18:-l. H eertaiu than a ipuedy aud tlIecuat..ur.. ,., ., Ca.rbmerette" ** of Gadsden CV.t.i.'y.will present Ler final account and
.4f *". the and H J 'hill 1' !il I I D'Ete a' u vouchrr to ti}.. Jmlge of Probate of said County and
; dl extract of ITBE HOSIL'.M SAR;APARILLA BULL'S Drap
DH. uk .
rgtc.I. RAWLS
the many loortltf Ji'jctractt of a lChtU common OFFICE, hand vari Merino
&MJ PRINCIPAL undersigned keeps constantly ou March
: : Sariapirilla now sold. Then bo dlce 'ed. Re- RESIDENT PHYSICIAN Tina CROM Siairt, O.i* Dooa BLLOW :tlAIs, THE! sizes of the Pateut Melullic Burial Cases U Palctota. 11 6m Administratrix

IVt''C-.: -aorttoGEORGE'SIIONDURASSARSAPARILLAand TALLAHASSEE. FLA. LOUI3VILLK KY. mentioned iu the accompanying certificate.J. Drap D'Ete FASHIONABLE SPRING & SUMMER
sr-.j. .. you will be rcwarde.l 1 by a quick and easy cure. his professional services to the citizens of A. EDMONDSON. Clouded Marseilles "
: ; .4.$" TO THE LADIES.-You who wish a beautiful OFFERS>see and viciuity. Office first door East lOBULE BYDRUGOlST! & )MERCU UILOV(7Our Wallace Cloth Frock Coats. C LOTHS AND CASSIMERES.

Lear skit, free fioui all pimples blotches and impu. TIIE C ITXD STATEd. Chambra Sack AM now receiving an extensive assortment o
J". f. of Pout Office building, immediately adjoining Dr. WASHINGTON April Cth.MESSRS. I
t ;: ;*i" .. lities, we say, abandon the use of paints and mixtures Nash. D. II. AMES I Agent, Tallahassee. FI,K AVI RATMONU, Kremlin Cloths. Cassiraerr Vesting. Drap dZte, Wtite

''MMRMS and ue tbe'geuuiae Olur e'l IlonJuriu Sarsaparilla January U. 185J. 2 April 29, 185-1. 17 Cm OX\jLE3ns-We witnessed tIle utility ot' your ornamentaL Fancy Gingham Brown and Fanc} Linens White and Figured Marseilles -
"p ____ .___ 4 all of which I
It beautifies the complexion by removing Brown. White 0.. .. every particle ----- ---- - Patent Metallic Burial LVe. ueil to convey up
of morbid or diseased matter from the blood, A. PERRY AMAKER, the remailliloflhelatlllul1.JulmG.CaIlJlJulI ttbe <> White and Buff Marseilles Vests, notice in the most fashionable styles and oo l'l'I.fOOAble
} :. nuking it healthy and and changing NEW COTTON GIN. nn-1! fancy cord Welting tmUi..A L S 0 -
'C. : pu.re rig fU"S. CUIIrtlsional Cemetery, which impresae l us with
:rt.'. .. the yellow and dark countenance to tbe bloom and A TTEV &T SAW* the belief that it i is tIme l-"t arti'-Ie kn-nvn to ut fur '* Brown Limn A L..umED WELL SELECTED STOCK. OTCYIWCE !

.', ;1 freshness of youtb. TALLAHASSEE, FLA. 9"IIE NEW PATENT STEEL TOOTH CYL transjiorting the dead t<' their final rt" tjll 'plncc. ".. Black. Drap.. D'Ete Pants, R / CLOTHING,
., S This me'liciue) 'H put upin large bottles.one of which, May 21, 1853. SO JL 1NDKR GIN ulnue failure Las been reported With respect we subscribe "Uiselves. Yours tic, ElastilPue "' Consisting in part of Cashmarette Frock and Sack

& ;, is VIRTUE, is equal to tir.' of any ot4eret'er made. -- through all .f the Cotton growing States, i it still alive II. Clay I). P. At.bitomi Jeff. Davis Meiino 'C Coats Fancy Colored Frock and Sack Coats. Tweed

"., .::t .. CACTIO.V.-Find the mine of Cometock & Brothers JOHN B. GALBRAITH, and title to run, and during tl>> li.i-t IoelL.1II tillS bceu Lcia Cast, A. C. Greene "'. II. Kiug i Queen's Cloth Sacks Drap d'Ete Frock Sack and Business Coats

tJ ,. 0:the wrapper and you will get the gcnuing George's ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR: AT LAW, brought to that bute.r Ierfectiuti hich rl'\IIll-rll its D. S. Dickinson Dan. Wtbsttr Bean Duo'"c, White and fancy Linen Drill Pants, Alpacca Sack and Business Coats, White, Brown and

:-,fU'4 Honduras Sanuiparilla.AH : Tallahassee, Florida. success rtaiu. Fr short: btaple its great sujxriontyotr J. !l Mason. J. M. Berrien W. P. allgulD. Blue and French Cottonade Fancy Linen Coats. Black Drap d'Ete and Summer

.ii I :m'U orders must be directed to COMSTOCK & the KI\V Gin: i is I'lnkmly appurtnt to KUlJdJuloJ'cl.TLill \ October 1. 1853. 39 tf Brown' and Bleached Jean Drawers CaMifmcre Pants, White and Fancy Linen Pants
:l : BROTHERS, No. 2 St. Peter's Place, (rearofAstor tr Office upstairs in the Capitol immediately superiority cunsifis in its leavingtha lint demur, Linen Bosom :hirt Merino Undershirts, White and Fancy Marseilles Vests. Faucv aDd Plain

"i t. Ue.) New York. Price $1 per bottle, or &ix bot- adjoining the Senate" ChamWr. I 0ot. f. 40 II'JU11 midj'rie fiom kiiu.'r, aiul does not cut, Leon County lion Works. Gents; fashionable. Black Silk Hats Silk Vests,Shirts. Collars Cravats.Undershirts,Draw

.v3fi't-J -. tIes, for ?5. D. P. HOLLAND, break i
S'ibl oaly in Tallahassee. by EDWARD BAIt ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR LAW time' impairing to the lint that wft anil oilv feeling Establishment !is now iu full ojieration. All Black fur. Drab brut-h awl 1 Pearl hats _April 8, 1854. 14

:.. NA W. J..hoiC: A Eprxio, Mouticello, E. Seixus \\Lioh IH natural to the stipl<- \\lit-n picked I ly Laud TillS ra will be attended to with promptness, and I Boys Black ti fancy col'd Wool & Fur Kobsuth Hats,

i.l-Sri-4'rjv .Tbomasville, D. J. Dickensou Bainbridge and by one Quiii cy. Florida, ..._..:.... tin. .lint-__ .irftln-... tli... -kfitn..-..- .Lit.. ...f. U'.....1, ,i-...si, I all work dune with ta-atiieseaud JisJ.latcb. Infants Ciucy- Plarlllat5. SKI-LIGHT DACCERREAX GALLERY.

'.*i'''. ; ,man' in every tnwn.DAVID. \'TTIU. practice the Courts of the Middle Cir- from;: iTti:; 1J cents jicr puimd tuoii i tLauvhcu gi.i All kiu'U of work touch a5 o.CalU.1' > k, Mill Woik, Fancy Goods. OVER BARNARD'S DRUG STORE.

WILSON r an-1 Jackson and Franklin Counties. on thf aw gin. (Gin: Gearing. Sugar Mill, Circular Saw Machinery Ribbons of all qualities. Bonnet Cap, Wbite and rfc HE subscribers respectfully announce to the La-

a OctoW 2S.: 1 1RK2. 42 tf It dcuiir. the St-a Inland Cotton Ivautiful. and will : Shafting, Pulley'I, Hangers, Plough Castings, Brass C..h.rl'Ol l Satin Ribbons, Black, White and Colored JL dies and gentlemen of Tallahassee and vicinity

*e ,. TAR pleas-mo iu culling the attention of his: cus. -- -- gin fioiu bO'J' to I lUi.'U' ]uinls j per tla-. and no far usMnufactutcrn I Coatings, :.; also Sugar Kettles, of any s iZtf, kept Velvet Ribbons. that their Gallery i ia open daily for the reception of
:- tren auJ the public to the choice and extensive SCOTT, Lnc Tested it, the lint i il' in u much constantly 4
.r ascortoKDt of'SPRING ATTORNEY AT LA ". better cutid.tiou] rvr the Mill than from anv. ctLt-r I >-t will t>e done bv us, with a particular regard Consi!titig in pail of sires nnd stles of the art. Ladies and gentlemen ard

AND SUMMER GOODS, MONTICELLO, FLA. Gin.In : to tbe streu;tb anj durability of the work. Plain 11 till printed Embroidered Lawn3 invited tt> call and examine their specimens.

which he has just receive by all the recent ui rival*, July 30. 1853. it 1) U.jan North Cuf-iliim 1r'l'fIrl Bat tIe J Son IJf lzecoiiib I : C""l'dt'llt'lkm.n always iu readiness to put up Black anti 2d Moumiiur. N.B Instructions given j) the art, and all kind 0
td. 43 ___ County Mid Ur. l!. 1. hill ofVTuvnc C'i11l1tV. and i Engines Ac. Embroidered Daguerrtau materials for
and u n.w opening for inspection. In the disposal Plain Printed and Organdies,
whereof, he pieces! hituseiftiut to be undersold upon Tobacco. several others have tried thOm on Short Cotton the i Terms will be liberal, and all work done strictly fur Black, White and Colored Jaconet sale.KUHNS A BAILEY.

q Ia,'. : f"' the same terms bya.uy house iu thi city.Among lUST received a large lot ofibe various bramis_7fI !tat season aud arc highly pleased itlt the result I cash, or veptd orders <>u *iine business firm in; this Black and *'d Mourning and Cob-red Bareges, February 11, 18 .. 6 ly

f, 1 the a1)\0. may be found a very. rare and the larger Tobacco which to tbe trade w ill be sold In Texas the New Gin u bound to sweep cleau.Capt. .- place. Liberal prices paid for old Iron, Copper and Black. Colored awl I Embroidered Tissues, -
IrI't I JohnDuneau Matagnrda., who purchased thelirct Bral'
ice eelcctionof at cost amid a. c two Gins mid iu Texas Jucluri-H that if he had All letters addressed to
w1. Ladles Fine Dress Goods 1854 must (post paid Black and 2d Mourning and Colored Gughams
t _April__ _22 ____ _16 ___ u_ received I thcin in-liine: to have Ginned his sm hole crul'. it J. M. SlllNE i CO, Tallahassee Fla. of all qualities Cotton Seed-No Humbug.'
I' cons: ,ting in part of llAKEH & McIYER would have mode a difference of fruiu 2000 to 3000 March 11.1654. lu 'nHHE undersigned now in Mississippi bat soon ftL
.. Edging and Insertings of all descriptions,
Bel Jl-bes Solid curd ,
; Brocade e
4 Sik. ig dollars in his favor. return home, has made arrangements with the
: 4-4 nnd Figured ATTORNEYS AT LAW The 60 inch Gins are warranted to pick 1500 pounds) P. B. BROKAW'S Colored Parasols and Pnraaoleta. Parasoleta most careful Planters iu the selection and uaprort-
Black and iM Mournitic Parasols and ,
.;!n; Fancy Silk. H.wl-\Vbite French TALLAHASSEE AND QUINCY. FLORIDA of lint in 12 houra. The 48 inch Gins is ill do from I meat of seed to supply him with Cotton Seed fur the
LIVERY AND SALE STABLES Gloves of all descriptions
1 a ., Crape Worked.Belagd.uew WILL practice in the Middle aud Western Circuits 1000, to 1200( puuud of lint iu the tuiiie tune, with Capes Collars atd Visittcs, neXt cn>p. lie has taken great pains ti procure the

and splendid Berage Dcliinei, Florida and in the Counties of Decatur and proper joed, and tn run its lung as a I:aw Gin ; and TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. Linen Spring Cambric Handkerchiefs purest and bent sorts and will engage to furnish the>

ste; 'A. Figured Challies, Thomas, Ga in coao 01 failure with proper usage, they will be made _..4- -- Planters of Florida with better seed* than have ever

a 4'tL Sol) CvI'd. Tan, Brown, Challey Berajc, BOLI.INO JJAKER, A. N. M'lVEK, gou.I.I'ril'c "PHE Proprietor would in- Saddlery. before been brought to the State. He will deliver

.., : Steele Green, Printed Lawns, Tallaha\tff. Quincy. of 48 inrli Gin ?300. For CO inch 325. To J. form his friends and the LadieV Saddles. Velvet and Plush seat the seed to the order of the Planter in St. Marks 10

: Pink, Blue. Black and Tissues different styles January 7, 1854. 1 be livered at the nearest depot or landing to the public, that he has rebuilt _ Gents Patent Leather Entaul Saddles, Newport| during the next fall or winter and will produce
I .. .
: W'lte Bcrugcs Huslius of all kinds, Ac.:c pnrch.HT) and a Man furnished to But the Giu running. his large Brick Stables at the old stand aud i is now 4. Spanish certificate!",attested,as to the character of tie Articles
., '. a full assortment of Notice Terms Cahli on ten das trial prepared to accommodate his friends and customer It Tennessee furnished, and the standing of the Planters ftow

;. is Laces and EmLriJl'res. lat and Cap hereby given in accordance with the Constitution i here will be a stock of there Gins kept in Tallahassee lie also has attached to his Stnb'es, a good Blacksmith Russet. .. whom they are obtained. The kinds furnished *ill

L4 Bounets Trimmings, and IS this State Unit at the iu-xt session of the General at the liiick Store recently u.'col'it'l) by Shop, where be will have done all kinds, of Spanish be the Big White Mexican the Vick. the Pitt and

II: Parasol* aud Fans, WtKxl and Willow Ware: Assembly application \Io.iIl be made for a Charier Meshrs.I E. T. Tavlor d.Co.furthetlll.leoft their wiw Plantation work Horse shoeing, arid Carriage work, Patent Leather Quilted Chamois Seat do. Little Brown. The Big White Mexican are tin mot

I #. Gloves, llose ite.. Hardware and Cutlery, to Incorx>rnte a Company to be styled the Georgia iu the cry best manner and w ith promptness and Bridles,Martingales Riding, Buggy and Carriage sought after in Mississippi as the most reliable stock
| Gins.All
La lie Hollow Ware and
r Gat\rl. Iou, and Gulf Railroad Company. communication' julJreesrd to (lie Agent at TallahasBCe dill pute L. Whips Valises Carpet Bags. Ac., tc. but will supply either of the other if desired.

'I : : 1'ie Gents ad Dress Ulkins, dc Or.ricl. &c tic.d. August 5, 1854. 3m :21 will meet with prompt attention. Novembers. 1853. 44 lltrdurafe mid Cutlery. Pll&otl'rstilbiog Seed can address him at Madiwa

Aud all GIII required by the Country or : .- -- -- -- -- JOHN M. WARDWELL AGE Knives and Forks, iVn utid Pocket Knives Gun, Court House, Florida! post-paid DUTTOK
? ; t JlidiMOII Circuit Court. Middle' C-rcuit Flurid-i. Shot Pom-bos, Powder Finals and Game .
;: town resident In fine our stock consists rather in the uf Dug! Truok.
1'. S. Tliesc Gins be in
1 aubxtantial realities, than in puffs and outward appearances. Fall Ifnn, 1854. Attachment. Sum tri; to, Cotton-at the corumeDcemtirt can eeti of the operation next on inning Short Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c., Box. D-M.r and Pad locks.Cast Steel Spades and Shovels April 29, 1854._17_tf_.

?4U56 78.100.William season at th! riautnlion of C4<1. H. W. Williams Gen. inform their friends and tbe piil.l!; that Coliii.b' Axes, Chisels, Augers, Planes, Cut-nails Notice.

i April 15.1651. 1 D. C. WILSON. McNaugbt and Jalncs Orruond Merchants Win. Bailey, novo John Branch andV.. K. Uu'nlof WOULD have on hand a giiod assortment of such Iron. Blacksmith's Bellows Hammers Anvils. Stocks ,4 LL persons having demands against the esM

arid partners using the name and fetylc of McNaugbtt Leou Countv : Col. B. 1'. Whittier of Gadsden "Ct ; articles as are generally kept in their Hue of business, anil' Dies, ScreW plates Vices. hoes Corn Shelters, J\. of Mary Green, deceased,late of Leon Corny' ,

,; ARTiN r. pour, a. a. x. DAVIDSON : Ormond vi. Thomas M.Vhite, T. N. ti J. U. Marrick and R.A. and will be receiving regularly .,ebh supplies. Their Stnw! Cutters, Cast Plow-points and Sweeps Trace must present'them to the undersigned within the time

DOBY & DAVIDSON, E. Wilmot Walter George IL Walter and Richard T. Young, of Jackson Co. :J. G. Anderson and Capt terms shall be reasonable. Chains, tc, tc. prescribed ty law, or this notice ill be pleaded in

t ATTORWStfS AT LAW Walker Merchants Bud Partners, using the name and Daniel' Bird Jeflersha County and J. C. MrGebec, Tallahassee April 9th. 1853. 14 Groceries.' bar of their recovery ; and all persons indebted wo

Itleof Walters Walker. Eaq. and CoL IL Harrison, of MndiiKia ( )lInt.. Sugar Teas. Coffee Rice Best Pale Otard Bran" requested to make payment immediately.

r-1 QU1SCY.iu the FLRIA of Florida rpU12 Defendants and all others interested will ta1ctl 1 ho letter from the Mills Manufacturing Cornpa- Wakulla Iron Works thy. Old Rye Whiskev. Rectified Whiskey Gin.Hum. I II. T BLOCKER.

l:4.. WILL practice in the Eastern MiJI. of West Florida., JL notice of Ole commencement the above *uit b, I nv, j.ublighed below gives some idea of the value of '\1ue. Sherry and Maileira. Ti-bticco, Snuff Cigars, Sheriff. and Ex-officio J.llwin 6tntor.

.* All business entrusted Cuntie care will receive prompt attachment and are hereby notified to appear and this Gin for Loug Staple Cotton. NEWPORT, FLORIDA. Candles and Soap. With a variety of other articles July 22. 1854. 8w 29 j ,,_

2: ., attention. t plead to the declaration therein filed.PO1'E&. rpIHS Establishment is now in full operation. All too numerous to insert here. 11 Jfudiaon Cvcuit ('curt. Middle lnlit IJ/lkrid.

4' .j- December 24, 1853. 21 MAYS, HOLVOKK, Mass. April, 1854. X orders will be attended to with promptness, and Tallahassee March 18. 1864. Full Ttrta. 1854. Attachment Sum sworn
July 22, 1854. 29 Plaintiff Attorneys. S. R. PJIEKIICST work with
all neatness abd dij'mutch.
-r1r 1 Esq.Dear d.one. :' _.. __ 1Tntlne.__.__.. $279 62100.
Laud for Sale. Sir: We have used the few All kinds 01 work such /110 Steam Wort, Mill Work, .9 J-Mavs. ,

p ; T WILL sell my plantation on term that are reas- Notice to Debtors and Creditors. bales of fica Inland and other long tttple Cott n!, Gin Clearing, Sugar Mill, Circular Saw Machinery ALL persons interested will take notice that six Richard n. 1

JL ontble and accommodating to the purchaser. It ALL persons indebted to the estate of Henry Keu- which you nay was ginned on your Island Cotton Shafting Pulleys Hangers, PI"ugh Castings Braes i (.: after the first publication of this advertisement. E. Wilmot WaIter George II. Walter and Richard

lie in Jefferson County, Fla. eighteen miles East of ,deceased late of Leou County are hereby Castings ..; also Sugar Kettles, of any size, kept I intend to apply to the Hon. Judge of T. and Partners, using the nan*
Walker Merchants
or.IWwee tn the of Waukeenab. It requested to make payment immediately ; and all de- Gin.We regret in not having a larger supply of this constantly on hand. All woik done in such an establishment Probates of Leon County for a discharge from my Walker. .
nCILbrbCt and i
of Walter
I ;L t; tb choice lad and repair, with two hundred mauds agaiubt mitf ebtate must be presented in the Cotton to paM through our works : a larger quantity will be done by us, with a particular regardto Administratorship of the estate of William H. Brock. TflE style DefertdanU and all others interested WiiM'

_____ I, and sixty acres cleared. Laud buyers come and see time required by law, otberwine- this notice will he would enable us to judge more correctly as to the relative the strength and durability of the work. enbrough. deceased. L notice of the commencement of the above tf"nttachinent b!,

tOt ourselves. ANDERSON PEELER ,, plead in bar of their recovery. meriU of your Cotton Gin over the common Competent Workmen always in readiness to put up ELLEN A. BROCKENBBOUGH Adm'x. and are hereby notified to appeB*"
HALEY T. I3LOCKER roller Gin. Engines, &c. June 17, 1864. 24-Cm
May 6, ISM. 18 tf
_ I to the declaration; therein filed.
Sheriff Terms will be work doLe strictly for i.Ieud
and Kx-officio Adminutiator. With our experiments on the email lot of Cotton liberal and all MAYS PlahitifiY AttorecJ
Notice.SIX POPE ,
j.t; NEW YORK. July 22, 1854. 20 8w received. we are of the opinion that your Cotton Gin cash or accepted orders ou sime business firm in this 29. _

- BREWER & CALDWELL, does not injure the Staple of]the Cotton, and that place. Tallahassee, or Quincy. months after the date of this notice, I shall July! 2? IS54.

SUCCESSORS TO CENTER CO Notice. there in an improvement in the evenness and cleanliness Liberal prices paid for old Iron. Copper and Brass. application to tbe Judge of Probate of Mad- PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY

;21! & APPLICATION will be made to the next General of the fibre, which will materially increase the All letters must be addressed (post paid) to ison County Florida for my discharge as administrator HARTFORD, COMNFOTICUT.

,, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, State for a Bank Charter be value of the article and reduce the cost of Manufac M. 1L POND A CO, of John Coleman, deceased. $300,00
No. 20, OLD SLIP. located within its limits, with a stock not exceeding turing. January 21,1864 8 Newport. Fla. VANS RANDELL Adm'r. Capital Stock

; May 18.1864. 19 ly 1500,000. However these are questions which can b. moresatisfactorily May 20, 181.. 20 6m THE undersigned Agent of the above Comrif-
Tin and SheetIronMANUFACTORY. take risks Fire
Copper against
; August 12, 1854. 82 8m settled by experiments on a larger terta
Notice.A favorable
their content
and ,on
scale and in order to mea
accomplish this )
we .
hope t..Tallahassee.
PPLICATION will bo made to the next General you F. H. FLAGG
Notice. will be able to furnish larger supplies of long staple months after date, I sh.ll present my final ac
J\. of this State for a Charter to construct SIX .November B. 1853. 4*
lj Assembly Cotton ginned by Sea Island Cotton Gin.Toura the of Probate o. -
your Subscribers inform tbe citizens of Tal- and Vouchers to Judge
after date the
io months adnvuittia THE
a Plank Road from PsJatka some point Marion undersigned,
t SIX Truly, and the that Madison administrator of Lucy Robert
of the Thomas surrounding country County, as Notice
estate deceased >
j; County, near o at Micaoopy. HIGadsden > < (Signed) J. L, DAVIS, Agent |they are now prepared to furnish custoner and ask to discharged from my administrato ?.ip
12, 1864. 82 m County, Florida will present his final account Admn'r.May6,1854. TOTJCE U given tbat an appllcatiOO ,W..l !if.|
August ; and vouchers to the Honorable of Hadley Folka Co. Mills. with all kinds of ware, wholesale and retail, in their JAMES ROBERTS. hereby to 111
Probate ,
Judge for Assembly
June 10 1854. .1 be made to the next General
23 tf line of bushes 18 8m
ERSKINE & DILWOKTH, said County, and ask to be discharged.G. -. L.n.t.L..n.h.a. ..aDdtrporate
; The Subscribers call tbe attention of the public to vxiropany io MJWQniucy

ATTORNEYS AT LAW,. August 12. 1864. B. MILLS.32 Administrator.6m New Store. their assortment of Parlor Cooking and Wood Stoves JOSEPH H. DuPONT, Plank Road Company. 3-1

J. MOUTICELLO AND QUINCY. of the latest style ; all trimmed in complete order at LAW August 26. 18S4. 3m -
subscriber baa purchased the stock of goods tbe lowest market Please call Tnd irirOftMltW AT -
Jog,! EUKI5X, Quincy-W.fl. DILWOITB, MooticeUo Notice THE price. examine Notice.S .
Hayward purchasing and
29 t.
!8.1- will apply
_.t July IS hereby given, in pursuance of the requirements of general assortment Ilis present stock is well assorted Japanned Ware, Lead Pipe Sheet Zinc, Sheet Lead ITiLL' continue to occupy the office recently occu- IX weeks after date the denigaed C"t
i JOHN 'P. DUVAL the Constitution of the State that at the next session and be invites all his friends to call ud him.H the H.IO. Judge of Proba' ror Leoo tiOUO'7
DR. Me House-work, Roofing Fancy Heads for gutters' Guttering If, pied bv the late firm of C. H. J. H. Dnpnt' 01 WIlIiam.T eD-
of tIM General
FLORIDA. Assembly application will be made :. pledges himself to sell s*o as good term u any Pipes-fihop work of every description done and to practice in the adjacent Counties of the Middle letters 01"dmini-tratinn on the eeta&
_J TALLAHASSEE. for a obsvt r la iaeorptmU a Company to be styled House ia the citv. deceased late IIr .
with neatness nod and Western Circuits. lIe .ill also attend the terma kiDS, "ggj SAUNDERS.
w OFFICE .AT TJ COURT HOUSE. lie eaand Georgia Railroad Company.." THOS. r: RAKDOLPU.Msy despatch.WHITE d; SLUSSER. efthe Supreme Court i ia Tallahassee and ilarianna. W. fit

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