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Title: Pensacola gazette
Uniform Title: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. 1830)
Alternate title: Pensacola gazette and chronicle
Alternate Title: Gazette extra
Gazette
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Blount & Aitken
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: June 30, 1855
Publication Date: 1830-
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 7, no. 29 (Nov. 5, 1830)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1861?
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering resumes with new ser. vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 12, 1834).
General Note: Editors: P. Neufville, <1833>; B. Wright, 1834-1846.
General Note: Publishers: Adam Gordon, 1831- ; P.M.S. Neufville, <1833>; W.H. Hunt, <1833>; Benj. D. Wright, <1834>; John M'Kinlay, <1839-1858>.
General Note: Printer: J. M'Kinlay, 1834-1839.
General Note: "Whig." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism.
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Platform of the Amcrt can liege. or exemption, t\y\ ;; ____ ;. '. .
political the :
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Party. combination of its members U SOWN and such as must And! thus. the three ; -
bowed'
by a dl. eratlons. were before es.; She will bo launched unlike
Al Ii ';eguls> meeting of the National vitlon of their civil alleigian with any At snven P. M. the ; lo tie. attention of every I he. I throne of (IIrace. and each soul was other( ,ship-broadside on (be water,any by i

'Council Jol jbe'American Party, begun foreign power, potentate or cclesiastlc.: journed tine die, the members mare Religious Liberty is ,wrapped in sacred joy, as Iho ih.ink means of a hydraulic power, and early in
while of -
aDd held al t Philadelphia on the Otb June, IX -The reformation' of I ib character with the favorable prospects \ Potentate allegiance' called all" sons" /giving .of grateful hearts a.cen.I..J< upon next spring ie expected lo the United '

.,. D. I ID. following IU adopted. the of our nalionl\llAgi.lalurPf b| elevating bound to each other in the No Pope, 1 t'ld States and back In a fortnight.-Baltimore .,
platforMnd'' principle( the organlza. to thai' dignified and responding' positionmen fraternal concord and ". demanded severe' resiriclions no who had thus teen spared was American, '
lion: of higher qualifications, Arer mor. are -nothing ever their dearest joy nnd pride, for hli .

I The' acknowledgment( Ibat Almighty *1., and more unselfish patrlokm. The American \ foreigners them father's God was his led( J. and hilt lather's Varied Receipts. ,
who rales X.-Tbe grjnt, lithe wish lo continue falthivag nile the'rl&l'\h of Polka (iflgerhrt T ,ot t. ,i .
being over the Universe restriction e. alive pa.: We publish elsewhere the \ t .. the ofTerlng. -- a pint me., ,
-wbo preside over the councils nations *Ironsgs-especially in (the mairr of appointments ceedings of this body, which has governed country. 'fhen tf SM'tbliii i jji ,_n i >LSMSIJ i ia.esaJda pound'of bii eraundof',
-:wh,i conduct die affairs of men, to office-so far as I if may be session. in PhllaJelphia now itself ol Its "secrecy," Cn't.UQVEa1'I :. OF A LADY.] brown sugar, uble.spoonftils' and who 'in every step by which' we hare permitted by the constitution, nd| coniis days,-a good part of lime wbl (principles' and doors to (be From the Olive Branch. tIt! ginger, haifa teaspoonful upearl.) uh,
already! advanced to iha character ofan lent with tile public good. bcelapenl in wheii'the I transaction of 'Tho Slanderer. 'uud as much flower" as wilt{ k'need it Info
exciting
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Independent' nation- 'hai distinguished XL-The education ollha yoilh of our contitution1iscuteioas.! ibe f( 6Itt Hut |lor the present The slanderer! Ihto stabber in the dark! Hstlffpiste., Roll it out very thin: and ,
upon
eomniaut, 'conlmend '
us by'sornejaken PrqvidentUI agency, country in schools, 'ptovrdediby ibe and his connexion with ik. 'A_ : \ n to the document.wo thavenamuus serpent whose trail\ loaves cut into' cakesj; bake on tin ,',beets in a ,
I1""Tbe toltlvaUoa 'tad 'development Bute which schools! )ball Bcom! 'em orUov-Jrnmertl. 'We have d -If. pois9nandvtioio( slime corrupts even quick l oven. Cftfon pared tnfn' rnay'bdadded .

of a' enllcoeat of profoundly' Intense : moo lo all, without diinctlosifcreed ted all along the introduction. of f ( corruption! OJ who can count the tears and any spice you may fancy. ,

American feeling:; 'Of paisicmate' 'attach or party, and free Iron. any ifluence can into the American Party, but !that have been shed the stubs that- lmn i LaJfalel14 GinJerbread.-'One And n i .
ment to'ouc country', Its history and ft. in'sliiotloot ,of a denominational or parlisanfcharac. not be avoided,-and the lte Offcriiiff. !been uttered, the hearts that 1 have b,;sn half pounds of wheat fUiwer, u quarter of i
; .admiration' tot be purer day ler. t I Itebed elsewhere, I., in its 12lh: broken, the souls that have been lost t butter one pint oinolaieuno of brown :

of our national existence; of veneration And inasmuch as tfhristianityiy the the 'subslauce' of wbal was 1 .r 104_LA FOY. through the agency of the moral destroy, sugar( ten eggs,. ginger to the' taste, one .T,
(for the heroism that' precipitated our 're*. Constitntions ol nearly I all''' the Sites by about him. This article it was er of goodness and virtue. I had rnther teuspooniul ol pearl-ash dissolved In warm k.

olirtioa; and .f'emulation of the 'virtue, ,decisions' of the moaf tminent udicia'l 1 caused the secession of( certain | was up Qgaln"-Ibe dewy live with a. madman, break bread with a, water. :Stir: altogether, and bake in pans t

wisdom nrid patriotism% that framed our authorities, ,: and by Ib consent of the under Mr.\ Wilson,-and hence | loveliness and ;joy were murderer, keep faith with a buiiginun,, or putties. Currants! and raisins may I t.,' ,
Coaslituiion, and first successfully appli.d .. people of America, I. c "nsidered n ele. portance is given 10.i.i it. face of Nature. Bach liny (ban cross the path of slanderer1*' His also bo added. A quick even is requir i;'
its' provisions. ment of our political ,syi om; and |s the It will be recollected ihatMr. i fn the clear sunlight and breath is holler than the fires of hell hi. ed for this. cake. ;' .

Ul-The maintenance of the union1 of Holy Bible is a( once tls source 0 'hri.. Wilson I U (he same gentleman ware weaving" webs eyes are' wanton as the wind, his tongue Potato Corn Bread.-One, quart of fine '' }

these United States as the paramount po. tianity, and the deposit ryand fouilationIreedom in a'' huff from the Philadelphia flower.( The marry song., Cruel as (ho grave llo is the human infernal corn meal I, half a pint ol milk, half- a :'W .. !

iiUcal good.; to DM, the language. Wash. of all civil and religiou %le op. Convention, because 'be (Gen. ) warbling. of forth their joyful into machine, tilled with sharp razors, pound of sweet 1 potatoes, hall a (pound 'l' .
"legion, "ioo-- primary oojcci' 01' .patriotic. every .attempt' to etciuae it iron toe was nol enough of an Anti Slavery = sweetest cadence. L which 'hi. 0'poor victim, some slainiesj ol butter, one pound of brown sugar, and .
Vsire." And hence: ichools thus establishei in the Stall.XII. and thai be and his party (then murmur ol the mountain coat actor, Is thrust and cut, and hacked eight/ eggs.( Boil and mash smootb the i\\

1. Opposition to all attempt''to weak. .-The'American irty batiog nun 1 tyuffalu and nominated! Martin .' I its; way, now gliding and hewed, and ruined, so far us his J potatoes; rub the butter and sugar ,to 't ,)

en or subserve it. upon the ruins, and in sp eof, the o,' peitioni reD and Francis'Adams.; They und .m oth pebbles, gleam. agency can do it. Wo, Aro commanded! acruaiu, and add them into I the batter, 1;, f.

2. Uncompromising! antagonism to of i( the whig and democr ic parties, dnnol peatod Ibis bolt now a sacand reflected sunbeams that not to hate, but [ trust wo may despise; so etc, then add the milk and'' 'lastly the ..'

every principle or policy thai endangers be held in any manner siponsible 'Iibnoxious -. the t this.time they have gone !a little ...the bosom of the riverlet, (foul a thing. There is no merit in effort( moul. Beat the whole well together and ) .
it. acts or violatu pledges oljithir. t the Lake, and stopped at Clef/ th. its peaceful beauty, and with a view to do bun good, because the bake In a pan.'Swta :

3. The advocacy an equitable ad. And the systema1'p' agitation' the O hio. If thuy had stayed a day ;i" toward some distant point, very net, ho blackens and daubs, as. a : < Potato Wajlcs.-Two table 'r

juitment of all political differences which ilavery queslioit by thoi parties havpoiitiv ele.l in Philadelphia, and moved. to pierce some hidden fool would spoil) a tutu picture with uii spoonfuls of manned .potato,' one of butler '
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threaten its integrity' or perpetuity. va ted sectional hostility ito a le.jtherelore alton of ihe vote, which passed it might contain. sightly paint. uriiii, of sugar, one of milk, lour (able )
4. The suppression of alll tendencies !ment of political power, nd brought oi| in. lorm, they might have modified '- a more gentle flow, its And then look at him after lie has ac spoonfuls/ of wheat flour.- Mix these Ingredients ; ,

to political division, .founded on "geo.. itituiions into peril, it ba biAmerican--1 Ole softened it,-and 'that could not faco l lay spread out like a coinplished his work. An l infernal( joy nits & well together, and bake in a '

I graphical: discriminations' or in the be. he imperative duty oft't irty brought about, it could not have (I celestial view of the arch triumphant his malignant face. 111. eyes II 'wafld Iron.Composition. ., ., '
Jiel that there is a real difference of in. lo interfere for the purp' e of giving i lice' said of them,-lhat they hurried gleam t, ith horrible latialuciiou. Some of- Friction Ma.tchet.- '

terests and views" between the various iu the country and perp Lily lo the Uiiti.. purpose, not to better il, or modify land two mortals journeyed, tunes the poison distils through the lips, ol Chloride of potash, 1 Ii ounces;'-sulphur, .

,\ .?clion. of( the Union. And as experience has liowu it imp i, can now be said. The record. $ if.young boy.wtth a noble woman; it is a smile; it is u shru:''-nay, J! ounce; antimonium, 1 ounce; and gum : "_:
: & The lull recognition of the ol til le to reconcile so also l8ring curls of sunny hue. sometimes it is a tuur .iriibic and M
rights opinion extreuji, s Council show,-that they through which (hired water sufficient lo mix: the t.
theseveral .Siatei:: ,' as expressed and re. -hoee which separate Inas disputants\d the ultra 01' the South: against jUllt'learned lo look on flow. of her Cheek glistens) mockingly. 0, compound, and! make it of the required 'I' ,
served in the Constitution; and a careful there can be no dish or in ..ubiniithe : moderate proposition like that of ith a wild joj'-such a.' the God, can Woman,' then l; descend to slan coniutency. '.

.avoidance, by the general government, 10 laws, the Nali |ml l Council Ufitee K 1&11)8r'l-anli that they only knots, and lo der Can crimson lips' drop toads, and Ginger .Beer.-Take of bruised ginger I :I. .' ,

,of all interference with their rights by le.gislative teemed U the best guar ol com$ Council by their votes to lake (} beams ottbe morning sun, newts, and spiders, \and vipers Can 4 ounces; water 19 gallons, boll .M( half ,

or executive action. jusl.ce and! ul' future plud !fee lo abidelb form, or to have none,-but such lancillg through the shady uomuu's heart gloat over the withering an hour or more, and when .sufficiently t 't":

,1V.-Obedience 10 the Constitution ofthese a maintain the exismlubject laws upon lie might dictate. There was no j spirit she has bioughl l to the duitl' Ayj! cool, add! 7 pounds lump sugar, 3 ounce : ....,.
I;:: United States, as the Supreme law of slavery, as a [nal and con,j. on the purl of Mr. Wilson,-bui -an aged sire, whose "pity 'tis true," she can,- and! she does; of tartar; :2! drchmn eaicence ol lemon; I :}

of the land, sacredly obligatory upon all I .live settlement of that .ubject, in sp it contrary from the start, an I < and bended form contrail' aye, like the royal murderar, she ctul al.so yeast one, pinu Strain and bottle, and ,:
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its.parts and members; and steadfast re and in toubsiauce. determination to repeat in with the fairnesM and pin It there with the shaft of malice, wire down Ihe I corks ., .
s sisunce to the spirit of innovation its And regiirding it the highest duty in / lbd boy. Sweet, emblem snd gloat over the Egg: :
upon I ) II 1855, ihe bolt there began from quivering pulse vf, : l'udding.-One quart of milk, nine, .,
'principles:! however specious' the pretext avow their opinions up>n a subject o YII lion in 18.8. happy! childhood! Me-0 ftgony.- ;w111. Uinu sDoiuiful( of Hour, n little salt .i..
vuw.iiigIhat in all doubtful I or disputed I important, in distinct! 'land unequivolerms I The U2ih section/ of the Platform! ,I now, as perchance ho It Is sail! that strong drink is be wor d'; put 1'1" bag, and boll in boiling water, p.|
jnls.it only be ascertained I Le ., it it hereby-deel the soifepose cast a tiny pebble in the wor.l foe. Not '0j'1t is one: hour
jm may legally as as explicit.'':-si'wowld wish- ': ; heavenl& 'In and a half. Use liquid sauce jnf
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ot f rtrts Naiionrtf ] ( 'j ilIM.-L.----e..th".1.t ._ -. 'I.,*_ J. .....10.1", ,.,,,., .. <
and expounded by the judicial power of the Counc 'that"C grc oo such wfloringjra.: ( Ab litI< Il rew In..web prolusion y-*.' or \ *' "Jrr 1I1I.*,-....M t_. *-..." -_ i'Lv
upon Oildelroy like slander washed -- I
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.V lIilet.! Slates. 1'iossesses no powerunor the Condil..ion ( of the North would give Iut Is tatan'icrown together IE?
And; as a corollary to the .above- .i to legislate upon iki subject oi Si-\- and, tolerates different Opinions, } ,' dreaming naught of and bell's chiefest ornament.' 4 Plain Cuttard Pie.-Tbo ?rust of jf 3
I happy in his childish Tbo
.I. A hubil of referential obedience to Very where it does or my tsxit i or loiu t lo exist on the subject of slavery, ways slanderer should live! in swamp, all custard pies, or those made like cus. .
the |aw", whether National State, or r elude uny Stale from admission into tj t the North and the South. It does, wi.ero hi. i'.erabla: existence might i be lard, should lie made with the addition of .
Mn.njci|>al, until ,tiUey are cither repealed I Union because iin COuIIitUtIOfl does every Northern man's nose down look the "Father of passed in the r'nidit t of( congenial society), u little sour link and saleratus lo make

.or declared uncMUpiitulional by) the pro does nol recognise the i imiitulion, ot id slavery g'iud8tone-a. is said in went "hi. way b..side the unly hi. breadth would poliun every livnf U light, and then It will never be soakod
i.e, ,what thoughts object and the trees and the and wet at the bottom. It Is .
,Per .authority very us i apart ol'iis aost! i e)stein; andepro.sly prel8e.-but, on ihe contrary Flat'lI1'i water and a great imj.rovomenl.
35. A tender uid sacred regard for proiuririiliing uiy expiessiiupmion every American to induce( in his ( were his. That i ho very serpents are innocent, 11IlOrIb'jng. To every two pies, allow .,'

iho"e.a.c.lSAtf! .statesmanship" which are t tob upon' (tie. power: ol' (;ougreu opinion, on that subjeci.v-as! artless one, the pride, the .. tivu eggs; sugar nutmeg lemon, sill to f
his declining years must What will be the hereafter of the slan thu taste, and.1 bake in ')
quick oven.
,cw.fa..dilinguished: Iroin acts of ordi. ebtablikbor probibjtTS.1 I* ery.iii any ttrlory men will, ol all parlies-Wbjgg, '
nary legislation, I by tbe fact of their be. i Hi i. ihojiense of tin national Cncil cruts, or Americans. ,,. 1 derer? Merciful/ heav-inl! what? Through Fruit Ging rbrcad.-Ftlur cup '' ol'
ing of Ibe nature olcompacts/ and "egree thai Congi'?** ought not lo legiil tI The claim of a Slate: to be a in imagination such a the gloom ol ibis despair shall gleam no flour: one ul miter; one of sugar; vie .', '

menUj and, so to bo. .considered a I tiled j UIIUIIIII... subject ul' Sicker/ withinrerritorje's to the Union, with or without been .marked out- be ; light of mercy. That lie denied lo ulh",. molasses one ot milk; four eggs; ihreileuspounfuls .
cI the Platform lair, so beautiful-he who shall be given lo 'him-justice. God of ginger; a teaspoonful( oT '
and uttled national pobcy.y. ol thtt UuiledSiates, and k I I I r recognized is 'id.. ;
.-A radical ie"isand' mndifica any inlerjereoce by Coijgress&/ with i ideas of Mr.\ Howard, in his him of his grief in seetb all-inakolb all the lonely graves( cloves, and nutmeg, ball a pound currant

fion of ',lhe. laws r regujtttjng) immigration; j very as jl exists in.the DUtricl of .Cd speech, urging the admission of C \\ bout, and chased back 'that be bath riflod.of I ibelr most precioussweets and raisins. Add the fruit last, and bake in -.

and the settlement, vi immigrants., ,Offer bia, would be a. violutioi of the spirit! ndJOteuliwn I I lato. )ba, Union and of Jobn\\ u.1 hit ringing laugh 'their good names. God seelh i pui.* in the oven,. not very quick., .
jng to 'the' honest emigrant :who,. fromJoyed i of Ibo coinpaii by which/be/ Adams, speaking of the | be forever hushed in all; trust blot, poor 'viciun ol detraction, ; Practical Joke
| ,a..moment. did ,he indulge thy triumph may be slow, but It shall be. oj a .1radia .; b. eat-
has
liberty, or haired of oppression I, State of Maryland.I cededihe district uhepMilf Florida. No Stale ever been \
seeks an asylum :i in ttus UnJud States:, ; d Stales and u br eeb of lue naisialaitb I admission into the Union becau.e ( '' .-Lut a moment, and all .. M. A.. D.1 respondent! of(the of. the Detroit Enquirer, in ,,
aWiv speaking Saginaw Indians
a (friendly reception. and "protection, ; but t i I IXUI. being a slave or a the The 'the fs. here / the', The Mammoth Occam '
unqualifiedly! Condemning Iraiisimssiun'to I. policy ol guver ent notbng pledging Am Steam of '
acro.. waos In'their'.way., One them.. hUe .
:our_shore ol felons and paupers.VI. I. of ibe United States': in iis relation Kith J Party, us the Abolition, Presses $ ; \ I Ihe sands ere i\"trader 'Ilme' '
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be given w..
(.-The essential modification i of. the /foreign governments, is lo exai t" Lice admit Kansas into the Union, if I | badVaver been guided The new steamer Leviathan which Is t dihat in he annoyance, 4
band ) case was with
naturalization 'laws. from and herself it nd now, while now being constructed In London seen again : .
f I the'slroll e.t, I dojuitice the seals ,-us threatened | pro. bottle i itwuuldbe
sacred a taken from
flume ; him
The re1'esibjthe Legislatures of the ;weakest, restrainining, 'J ail the. .war I some quarters with a slavebolding | within his mlses$ ; when finished; Jo be Ih' *wonder thrown; i into the tire. : and. -
fonakerVof, f A,f few days after
respective States of al I Slate laws allowing of government, all it. ci Zl"nl Irom'nterfereuce stitution, made I by Missouri Him whu I of the age. To grasp the idea oi' a ves. .4
/ Of celestlal\lre.\ ibe'lmidianapjiuarod with" flask in
foreigners _out naturalized to I vote.. f with Ihe internalconcerns': < naiuim I whole violation' : of popular '. r,, eel measurfng more than .the eighth of a bis blanket usual Lut(apitit the trader .
,
ir4veler sean as '
The repeal without retrospective& opera I. : &! with whom we arelal'peace.XIV. .'/ seem lo have carried the | KaSiii. the morn. mile, In I! length! with capacity of I twenty, as "good as his word ,and demanded, .was the, .

lion, ul all acts p1 l Congress making grams 1 .-This NationalCoupeil[} dttlare. gialature. The right and duty of ) | top.-aine4they bad thousand tons and room enough, besIdes, bottle, which t the Indian. up'nnd,

of land, !t to unnaturahzed foreigners, ;and that alltheprinciples of lie Order Hallbe American.' North ,tod 'South, .to ; I| and Ireat-Ibll'".. hallowed lot foot thousand passengers with all their started towards Ibe loor. gayi dei ,
The'J
allowing them (to vote iu the'Territories. henceforwaid everwhnIsopuuly owed; such a violation of"popular( t t the ntran2| Andagalu dawned', 'fur lajrgags, certainly requires tome ,immlal' threw the flask into (be ,
soeupunwikh
V1L-Hoatiliiy! to the ,corrupt wean I' and Ibal each member stall be uluibert; are appaient and open,-and it..is .,' wb 'upon effort; but to conceive the 'and
went ,
stove
wraag / out the
lvi', ,In' ,ho C&QlClr: 4windoW.
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by which. the leaders of party have hitherto lo i make known the existence' of tie Order that Kan.a. cannot be admitted the Pace ,,grappling with wind and tide, and ,trium.pbantly ., the. trader following -close be.
forced upon us our rulers and! our pulil I. and the laol that I he bim'' ( Isineiiibei a Union until she purges herself of f\ 01 lacrlftce-- forcing its way Jbrougb Ibe mlgb. hind. Tbelleu time'lhat burns .
man in
ical creed. ; and it lecouiiuiuds! that icre be ouri violence and fraud. It I the mount tjf billows ol Ib.e, AtlanticUcouies! I a task r Indian's whiskey bytile'be. '
tm will\ examine'il
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Implaceabte enmity ugainst the previ"I no concealment ot the place* of meeting voluntary slaveholding Stale, of there Ihe/Sulli je the father al. sufficient to stagger: any ordinary intellect! ,'to sea that it Is not of Uup) nt's make'* tf .
lent ol f and more than sufficient lo exhaust !
demoralizing .yateiie iubordmaie Councils free will,-before the right \ the wood ibt,0J (he
political subserviency, and puniibinenl lII B.: u..nr\R..L. 'i.', sovereignty" can begin Iu one, ,raised buol| > 'And filth'of Ibe most eredul u.. 'lithe Leviathan how Shall I Preserve the Heart I i1supfiose
for political independently; of Keull ckf, Tresideut .l Naiio4l I CouuV claims upou Congress to admit bis father's ear ( blue sbnll be able lo show a lull list, ol have ieonj-Endeavor to make your bus.

liiig'ut for the wild hunt. after office vent ion. the Union. Noveitbeless, -the look, said, ,,, gizo, passengers fur her ,first visit to our !,and'. habitation alluring and delightful la

which characterizes: l the age. C. U. Disnrga: of N. I., tor. Sec etlorts will be made to peverl all &1( is now ready but lb\ shores,, (t will' certainly! ,appear .tbHI ibe him.: Make It a repose from'bie cares ,

These on the oue band. On the otb, J. Al. STePHeNS, ol ld., ftp. Sec. The re.insiitHlion of tile .. n.b, my ("tbert,, for Ibeer"r.mfjj people oflb1a day have more voniidnnce u shelter from lbe world, 'a homo $for his '
er: ", -J. promise wbicb Mr. WiUoo I \ III art and science 'than their ancestors hearu 'Invariably adorn yourself with ,

Imitation of the practice ol' the purer I I.I Wilsonites/ contend lor; is a the pangs that: K' whom Fullon attempted to "humbuv"' .;t.lelicaey: : anJ moduli Lut vourhu) h&iwi .. '
days admiration of A7Ta1IooN. 'fESSIO with bl. 'lbelisr 'invention. Out science.
uftta.Uepublic.nd i nipraciicubiJiiy. dream. That as ho murmured, V' you tbluk him a good ,husband,
the maxim that !office should seek the The Nominating Convent* -Pierce't peal> was a viol At ion of fit lib, by will. provide himself a as achieved so much siuce; .Ibe ime or.'s' nd it will be a strong 'sllmulu* tobi.

man and not the oun office;" and of the administration denounced(o lapl ll&ell. swell as Southern,' members I then, wiib trembling baud jtou, ibat'anywanol\ faith In the sue being| so.' Cultivate ebeerfuln and ,

rule, that the ju.mode" of ascenIaiabig) lory Resolves dople4T, next Set gress, lie Express has often .. the wood his only son!- Ic\oliblsgreat enierpriie/ would' srnut- good humor In the'article of dress, study
the fitness lor office is ,..Capability the stow to be held in Neb Yorment djourn. a srroog which, ought not to' I knife-a moment more- *i'f*$ "oty logylsmj'; ; fir your husbiud' lastev Conceal bia faults,
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laiUtula a and the, honesty. oi Ibe iocumLett ele.'f, I dOuo-hu' the undoing of a wrong I I'D vf bit idol ,would, h.ve of k 'the i (loci lhat the sea has a way and speak only of bi* virtue*. bun ex.

or candidate.VIII. 'Alter mu4 miicella- easy as the doing of one. It is to heavenly 'climes, _to! ufill to pieces, oruelijnea, vessels i iravagauce.. Let your home be your cm.
.-Resistance to Iha ICK.ellhe neou business, the C DUll un procee. be power ol Congress now lo I spirit par.dile.V bea, of 'I\ and leaving B0. ny ,Jbi, wa.ajillio pine. your world 'In sober quiet scenes.

policy aud corrupt tendencies' of tbUomau ded to the coosideralioujon sL mode and vested rights ol. slaveholders if : & Abraham, slay thy I Ia escspehumanity ma III" t besiuiiounotwithstanding l let your heart Cast anchor; Jet youi ,
C lbwlic Chcb'l"| our country manurr. ( making auo4iati4s in general ecognized by a Kansas Territorial ;II &r'uI' '(>od it with ibtrj;- 'the 'bis. kind .Is par d bnable. f feelings and pursuit.ba centred'

by the (UyaDcemeni Iv all political sla convention, wJiicb rern/k wa& unanimous-- ialure. Congress!: cannot divest' tby son, ibina only said( to sngu01 be of the U?lathtn, although t- 1mmmm mmrmm *mmmf mmt t
lioo, executive, legislative, judicial a, 'ly adopted. The plan dreeutbe.| appoint. wiicr of hIs slaves held under a I Ifl"| Aud. thee Ibe lathe rslit be 'o horse power, 'will : ,m Now, gr( |*,',saidMri. i'arUpgion the
diplomatic-i of those wbo do not hold cjv, meal of two at large u Iliatie( St.... by lag act of Congress. If the ", and saw the lamb that 10tSuu, bora.apt 0(-being. I wurkeJup JQ other day to hsr neic., 'you tniut get '

it allegiance, Juecily or indirectly 10 the SUle Council, aip turn Iroin each: Kansas makes slaves "properly." ie.dy prepared (lor a burnt uIlO,000 horses 1 b. united, strength busbuide a* soon a* possible Of they'll bo
any foreign power'whelber civil or eccleialical Congressional di.lnct |>'y IIS ub rdialeCouncils. (less cauuvt 'lake, "property/1 "* eouub IImaY. &tAif 'Jd seem I to be uwjt muC l"ld.' 'Wby to, aumf. 4\Yj\ >i\\J

,mid who are .American bJ' man without comp'uusaiiun., ,' 'hub ot that fond out suchan pee s4 Ille globe; ''mdsinlud. ea by.lbe pspor that we .va. gol.jiluiostfifteen

birth, education a..et Irataiog-(bus ful lts.oJutions danunciiurr of lbe Pierce though Congress; might repeal ibe g., niia Iucb. blessing .1 l I. .c QtId"r'I.. al ,least aq ... tbosuMiidi, post ,ofjicttit'aud pesrly
ttn i the maxim, 'Americao' only iha1"h adminitlraiivn' were dbtxed by Mr.. orul& act, u could not repeal the I ce d-Ibal bif seed sboukl the ...pdiqted Ibal, all on'eradiipatcljea'tu4iljBVjry rfay, .. ,,,. 'l'

ot.u ,\ erica: Squires: of New Yolkj sod adopted-. putriy$ vested uDder that ad 1 I ....\. sUrs'ol. the Heaven, .1"lDer,, abe will', In.bo lo.t ,b1s the Lard have mflreypn> u, poor wk/ow/ ,' -
protection of aU] chisels U the I I.. uemiie dumntieutie i i liner, thee Congress, is now I Iiiupui.itadiiyr.au4 all ualious of the earth through tt.. 'Wtl'; U 'rfftS"" pass and the old lady supped quickly ,to,.1' '
gal sad proper ezetcis.uf Unit civil andreligious' Highly .cum"lhultDllri l reioluiions lu |t U I Congress wall we .,.;-VfttiSeti ku! & speed I, 'looking glasstu' ;pUI p '1., !J :-' Dot take .

rights.and privileges; 'the mata. the energy rtficie.cy ."i| success of the I (w puwer-U
iBaM: of Ibe tight of every SMQ to tb"I Barker tlmuiiirtioii w.f.- wuniiuoutlydotted. tales wooW el a td. ibe ..act .. "tal lhouEbtawh*(. lhlJ' thin vessel r.l, r 10 W LaL Clue. 1)o; UI.ell 0iIm..IUI&. ..1... .

full,'unrestrained and peaceful t fajoymeut I $ I cw.stu i|_al. 'r.... ...oly way fceU l '1'Doulbl'llotrinlC' i quire tonnage to maketsn ordinary kl Ota. Tbefpe Ir. "Wbl bad .&ldJ.hJldf' "., .Muy.,.41. .ca11J""ju.t .

d his OWN religious' oputoo aud worship*p paid The next session. I U U 4 be keU ia abe Kansas 'Irons bsiag i .&.,.&at., ttai 1M. to ttiga H* vo. ..,d.of mos .ocean, majl.carrif' b 1 t
'ID.
1 a jeajuo- resiiUneo. o( aU, alteinpr,, city of New York _ib4Ds.t'Ieu.dsJlu; S, by.jobuiniQg possession' ol, .iu 'II l **ar waicbtbg, the moth. efs !Is'eigbl.knots. A ship of llall .' lg ; ._ ,. ... .JL.... t:
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I uezu I Legislature, u.4ss a greater / .kt boy \0 her breast! capacity can 19000 ton of .jr
carry etcuw breaia ul !
There I 14 but* ) ana eI
aa. ascendancy! over say jAktt. |i.. llliawu Ohio aad law la the slav 4.. af It .
Ue! Stale I personof sifif population. *, V v4joy\ must have filled j qail* sufficicnf, it If 'slated f9jC Tbit I of lbs heart, betwixt; tbi* wor4nstu s4iba ;

: l of'aav gen t
'y civics special' rrr| its kadiujj dclrgale were piMO' cliff r 'I be g eual l pnociplrs cl. the I ( \ .\ \ ''lion on Ibo outward and L-" lIUUo&1"'IO" relief; t






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Democratic Consistency."On << The i'untla Improvements at was never known here, eicept j when the la the ate ef tlesti' on (he route, as die following and ai.ljjned as .a reason for

; PENSACOLA.June tlieNnvfirard.In : must reckless indiscretion bas brought rains could not .ptesibly do any harm at not carrying out .the suggestion I hid

gros inconsistency cannot but of be the struck Jobntoil with press the '.tb.>rtk>le wblc'b:;... T'published:' on ont bolera moiWs) : which" : ,' when' neglecled such a height' atjfe I -abe only frequented made,material that Iher.-?.r'ih'at noituHklent build.


ings far ito election of Wilton to the ---p-O: The I'IatoTmifhe, Amerl- .'Inttanl, ... ',re 'Uformod thai w.comAliu. erase, where_ in tbe world. the company, 1 U DMiKJingJiicVog!! *. from the which. a ship could bo built) la cGnclu.ion'upc.1f

U. :S.: Senate, and their profound silence ... an error (In stating ibal thefoundalionrockivlLranite Copious: showers have cleansed the at- Northern depot/< Cohwerce street would you remarked..*lt may however be tu .

tn regard to the election( to the same office can Party will bo published far tomeJIM I were ,laid by and the breeze from( the. Gulf by .I their emb! ,Jiinls, .culverlt.,. .Ac.. gested by yet (me) it I. a mailer of turiprise
ol S an equally .bitter Freesoileriy "Gaseiie" io that It inusph.re, '
.MMr" in the order may take a great d4i.l of F labor and expense thai the! Iho ld be'a supply of
IWO men In Ihe water armor. We misunderstood
\ we Democrats. Their own party become familiar io our readers, aid be a1 sweeps away all feverish symptoms, as from Ibe city, M ler as the protection of Life-Oak at.the other Yards and none af

'tniy elevate the-vilest Abolitionist to ort4ke hand at all I i diet to correct murepresen ,.; ocr Iniormint.M.what be said' wellis. cholera signs!, and with the bleo. the flat in whieS Ibe Gal Works stand, PensacoUf :d.thal| tmlfss a supply" } or
ana their President may bestow of. was, "that Vwas peAictiy practical (o* is concerned. This ugly of dered W afird
liciul such Reo. taiiou. I ft I. broad enough lor the whole sings of Providence, we rosy hope to pass piece ground 10 em deposited log ssmg
patronage upon men as" Iwo .....,..caeed in ibe \uboMriae armor' of summer' unless subjocM to the cwntiKe' ogioeeriog reason ,... building there will ejontiou
the seatonr Without
def and DiX, and\ they not baly Temain country; and at ?Ml'a, the, Cois.iUuf1o., through of ;js likely Io become exist }
to .
fouhduiod dif. tbeiompany beviuhe5 ,My\ {'ply |BA q
silent, but in that of Mr. PU.defend the 10 lay.the granite 'as the having Io record any thing like tpideml. fe<
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0-;;: We have bean fiti ted almost very expensif? and troublesome Io Icily. gren tery tm ibal, this, difficulty, chat
daily Ifotks f \ tr
conduct ol I the' Executive, and even go ''efina granh\ were lowered cal disease, either at War ring ton or hers and Ibe best f ( ) can fc'o jt. to .
you .ord
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out of the way 10 wage war' upon such fur tome time put with copious showers down (by,the chain.lack lei,"-:TJut; the etperiment r-
in Penseola.. the \*ole, the argument for the a sbpffy (ff be cul and deposited:? ] ( ,Pensii.-
friend of Ibe :South as Dkkinson, proo. vi rain which have brought garden I info! has not, .as yet'bern, rosde.The .- T'f'1 course of tbeJirectory, is in our opinion Cu'.lIt.Od't nwt'mg preparttiroa) for build:

son", and KiliUore| \ become virdue., and vegetable abundantly! Into, 'foundation reck of grn>it; ,ai* placedin I The American riaUorm. uvrrwbeminf The line they select! i il iDS At that fmtA iw k'IIrel! I design ad.
W Georgia
11011 the people lo these ",arkel.DeRtll. I their positions by the methaaios in the The Platform adopted by the Conven. shorter, cheer, open to the 'vie of steam; verlwtRg scmtul so creduloqtui; \ lUten organs ion ol the American 'pony' published last and iavolvefthe beautifying of one pore (be Pensveota 'Y.r,,,

and \their (early> it will older be ,lime we enlarge.mefli tb'iiklof of Mrs. Hanson- Kelly. diving bells, and from loig'ictiCe' they week, (and also in ibis issue of the Gazette l ion of the ay and the protection and improvement I Tbe eorrfsKmden: | ;.xwMeb t took placs

l the tVgisfaiureTo an have become wonder uII, ,. .exi ft i 4'the I' another-betide* being the between us cflh!) er ,subject .war '.
till weeks have elapsed since we' enemivt.ly
( bhbe i ''to .e.t ibe ) i. such a. will recommend itself to 1
{Ijunatic
Asjluni. ; operation beneath the deep w".r, on the one whichuoiie can secure freights fromenormous ..1 L publitbed in ,be svmb.we9t I. for t'b'
'tbe'c ...' chronicled It.. sad pf the' PIWIpo.1.
wait, | ( :_ InlellJgence' all who.are bonett lovers of the Union, Barges.Arrangtsieuta Informing i tbepvbirc '
bed of Ibo Uay.Wiwould wbsflyovde'.
Tbe'a'v'anq' i, detract ; io
one
\ uol lo not kfrorn the
cllp.'lbe abuJ', teems appreciate lion, If ANion KKM.T and now we free Tbe with our Selmaonnecti! ahead. The Yard on the Gulf(of Meikroone'
zen.< ; Ulilut onl. distinctness mean vy \ for rto\ '
the \, .of the tpoi! 'upou the De.ruoctacy well earned of bf .:A .
ro
; reputation | ,
potency *riic
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safe
build I need
Its of
to
o> 'elough. will construction ship's wet'
the croasthe ; the
are called: lu announce departure the of the ivy i lifj
upon
eoiuitteul \ not)hint- which principles partyar. announced '
-they a e m who ,. raised this perpi\ V'e.vfajt
its 'n Alabasa eight "miles, above Selma, aDd formation was received wilb; great mitvmctron
in lhe\r\ ..ier'anxiety( fo'rthe soiZtotlemtbe I.- of; bill venerable companion! On Jail ; r4ioguouomnbtaon tVf t .
gave from its foundation to its presesi''magnitude : ; : I.'rn j come tn'atb, depot of the Florida road; l.soisgbotftinhlegtou vX ewrrfc ,
$ ieirue, as I the needle t to the Monday morning, alter'eating: breakfast( !, stand or equivocation! ; ,, >'I.*. something Ibis roadwill.10C) b. 'ilarred and pushed I bave received of' late numerom bntttof ;

pole'. ''One! of the latest instances' U ul-, she walked into the garden, but feeling% to as an enduring monument new in modern party! operations, and be. ahead wiit uoparalelled rapidity. inquiry on Ihe sutjecrora J I bow wbw
'hi the science and and) Wrin make
of
|lorded their jubilatlutis; over victoryof their nit,
A. Wise .. who treble, returned to the house, and UU speaks an'earnedhess and singleness' o.- V. capy' tha above article from feel a deep solicitude for advancenrnirf
in Virginia e
( Henry' the
amendu. Of
King'3ara
now
one
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denunciation Ol the Kansas down Subject as she was .to hinting' & purpoie' which' will.'wjn tile admiration! ofall the MonEomery "Hail," and are much! uftheNavy.Yard, Pensacola, to a first clirr
bosiihiyaiid
fully\ assured, and that is, that' the me. Yard, !olethI1U! well as name: to enable-
.Nebraska bill is notbriout' (or which they ..pell!I., or pa'roxitras ofweaknesi, the (family who l love plain terms and (fair dealing. (gratified.o. find ov"i this notice of the me to respond understanding! to Ihe .

l |>roesYto) be !ready. to (igbt lu (be duath.Mg. .- apprehended no aeriou.danger, null' chanict, and others, engaged CD the pub. 01 course it will be perverted-and the Florida sid Alabama railroad in its .columns made of miLl ,bog leave en.quince
Chronicle. lio works, at this Naval Stion.tbitotte.ctttlers : moat
khey ".(ce\'e\ <1 an unnatural none to Her all hypocritical cry of porat'culioRill' be tr, up to be present time, the re.pec"uIl1IO enquire of'you whether you

breathingShe: complained ol feeling Masons, Carpenwrs prolonged: by those whoa long settled "Mail"J.. appeared hostile towards any have caused any slept to be taken for the
'oUT'I 1L Exposed do fair ij's collection of
employed-can as a work of a supply building material
and rair.sd herself in oide' policy baa been towield our movemat tending the connection ofMonlgoiery
government Jo
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"I't1.ble ,
The( {rouble, uf Ibe Roman, ( .tbulicflisbus throughout! the whole season U can be at that Navy Yard and whether a building
(teem to increase. The tight to tit .uu in the t bed) ;. but I instantly brought don*. at any of the northern Italion*.- io the promotion oh their, Jesuitical claims; I with tis city of Peniacola. slip, or.foundation, bas been ordered lo be

add (hid truth disseminated through the IWO gaspes:, and: expired. Thus pained This has been controverted' ;'int' .t the but as Ueligiuu* Liberty in: its widest Serially lbe article contains nothingvery constructed. ,ar d .If. there bas been no

press are to them lore evil under the way Ibis excellent woman, who has for a j sense is one of I the fundamental 1 principles fljtering'to olr'hopes,; lo reference' action ou the subject' at what time yon
su; Since Cross John's signal, defeat, anew Ka.vy 'Dfpaftmeni, in Wathitgtoa} and contemplate carrying into, execution the
Iucceu of ;
more than fifty years adorned the relations I the ttburu'ily)of.I be accusation will I to the or ,road still Ibo adventoVCojnel
and successful candidate fur the tame :theleads, ( ol Bureau, whose interests ; intentions expressed in your letter ol' Mar
petition hat been found in the person ol uf I wile and: parent with ChrUiuh. are best subserved the norberh sia* be, appareii! to all whose, minds are not Pollardn, tNe'w York may be the Oth, 1ff5.: &.

iishoptfpalding] o1' Kentucky who uu.derlook meekness And genllenes:" whose (lite| is lions, almost invariably fbat, those blinded by prejudice or beaouedfY igno produjive of successful operation even I am very respectfully,

I lu deny the authenticity ol the an example (IQ those 'lor whom she bait argua rauce... For oar 'I'"rl, wtr detest intolerance In oil favor, on tij.) Florida part of the Your ob't sev't

I woidascribed to, La Payelte: "If ever (iced. Tbe aged and 'Ihe excellent are of the Caucasian race cannot'ibaur,, the and. bigotry', no matter, ."i.'W OIl road, natmuch at we know that nej-olia- JACKSON MORTON.
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i: the liberties; cube United duiei are de. extreme heat of( our climate,;to as to \ Hon. J. CM Dobbin, Secretary of the
,i ; "'linin:;: Ironi among us; and soon those displayed, and would shoulder our musket> ton J\re now beiig entered into witbeary"cPlJlpanllin .a
\ slroyed, they will be by Uomib priests. render lair and just day's wok for theirdailywages Navy Washington, D. C.
: In it long and able leuer from Professor who have to long given consistency ,and but convinced to.defend, a Roman Catholic Church 'as .New York, 'lot a -.-
we are now ,
: Morsewbich appear l Lii last week' New" gravity tu our society will have disappear ; ; l"ice'and quick as we would any other. We are l Ifirgitubfcripiionioihf stock NAVY DzrABTHBRT' >
from our own observation, e )
4 York Observer, the piout frauds which ed. iiei their examples nut lail lu iltt p ''Ilf favor of securing;i every one in' the privilege Aavamiant wb oppose a connection June 201 b, 1854. )
t the BUbop retorted are 'information t thai this l is a wrung position, SIB: A ol official business de.
lullexposed. pressure
(lit'*' ihoe who are gradually taking ihel' of worshipping, God'.as his. con. witk .t is city, b rail roads, stand direcjy .
;A In doujiug,lit*,word* ascribed lu La Fay and,> peradveniure, assumed, with a view minding immediate attention is ray apology .
ette, a spurious letter was introduced into VIl&Cwith! w. character equally conserva' of prejudicing the Govornmuit against science and'judgmenl dictate; and us4v | n their ow light: ; and the public for not ,coJ I'iug I ta your letter at an

T I a political paper, purportiug m be writen lire this, 'a' building station. ll'' <117 lover.ot Ireedom should, swear e> prs4 particularr| and most empbali- earlier dity.

by Mm,. an4' in which lemitnent directly I as lernul hostility. toau'v. .uower'wbich seeks1lo caly" ..re the blinl J leading the blind toelfin My vawsmanddetermiuiatjons_ as lo ,the
the Warmest of this
Fouthof
the reverse of Ihote ascribed lo him, are July. During very dill and I'eutacola laid are unchanged.: You
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coerce men in matters which rest be. lit. We are crtd
t uttered. Tbi letter the Bishop auction Premralion.| are being made for the summer we have eeu the, (_.we.cutlell purpose will in a day or I two obtcrve in the &public
and their God. It is be bIt .1 1 armed haljiundrcd of thousandofdofars
at authority, and a volume, said to by celebration of( the 4U of July, by our cit. at work on the square blocks. granite, tween them to | prints "Proposal far Li'.'Oak frame (fur

!printed In Pans, is relerred! to, which i izens-or rather by our Mayor We do and the shipwrights hewing fee rnatt.Iikepiles regretted ill feeling has been and will be have- ben lost by the Planter. lIil Sloops of War," one of which 'frame

contains it. This ,volume, prolessor excited upon Ibis question;. yet truth and of /ibama' beehive of the utter impotsbiy is to be delivered al PensacoU with a
know what is to be the constantly exposed to the glaring
Morse seat to Paris lu obtain, and alter not exactly precise than view to building a vessel I at that Yard
snfpiy( are dearer. quielnet*; I there. i .$ (conve'lnI their Cotton io a mar.
much diligent: aicb o( the catalogues ol order of this t dall. ul would suggest mn!,,. butthe cool ses.breez.aonula, the whenever Congress\ shall authorise site
alienation ol t ka at the lime, down the shalor .
all wotks and pamphlets which have pp. that 'I it is a matter Concerning every effect of old Sol's, burning rr/s, that be ore some .feeling among. proper; construction additional Sloops ol Wit.I .

peared in that city no such work could be citizen alike the most proper method (or only bronjfs! the skin, wittout burningin those! who otherwise would be on better apologies for rivers throughout that 1 bave the honov to be, sir,

'Sound unJyln Ihe prolitic brain ol a Jesuit. terms must be be' expected, whilst it is Ste| which migk have been saved (or I II Very respectfully
entitling "II(| in it, would have been to ; but U is not so, al the noih, where it
I To seal the authenticity of the solemn deprecated.par I lam if they had1 roads by which the Your ob't sev't,
f warring against. Roman Catholic 1l1ftu.t ha\e called a public) jneeling, ,and, lo; is1 seldom that.:a. ."breeze.,.. > kk0J IIr'., exists.. nghl' have brou-jit i it to ibis ) J. C. DOBBIN.

Wet1f? More o\ .a.l..t (torn the t the citizens at Iar&, haM adopted raflafure W..inceral.v.iooalbas via{shall.,bejvor4 fa,.. 'awl. RoadSf Operations place. Hon. Jackon Morton Washington,
yau re", au aged ciergytuuoot .. io lUll lUenJ kiln eDOleD a speaker with work of-ete' oWvlptlon 'iT| I\ ut tills--Kndrne 'if lotIdaKoad -*, Argument r em. lo It.Y8 bn was. D. C. .

the ,Dulch Chinch, the narralivaToftwe and reader, as Is the custom elsewhere out Naval Station not Ib ')Veep -calculations about trfon those who'will' nol be convinced.
: only employed I
interviews .with ,
a while in
Fayeiie J'zereaS.I ICuI. lsref'-re
' A celebration of Ibe kind if attempted 'force we'willnol say any more on A Knotty Text. j
mechanics
1 Ibis country Desiring! to occupy the our present Charles :T. Pollard,the, President U l
'f same peW which be and Washington bad at all, should be carried out properly;, b10 require others from pier section of the Alabama and Florida Road will kubjecl, but bde our lime, and watch There as once an itinerant preacher ,

eat in, while io Boston during Ibe Revolution 'lot ol all things a partial failure, in n! of tbe Union. lo come her and abide leave for New Yvrk' 10 morrow. He ie ibances. in West TV I nncssee who potsessiugCUDiderabla 1 I

I be declined the invitation of' a Roman thing of the kind is to be deprecated. : with us, as permanent cit ens of the will remain during mo.i of the summer; natural eloquence, bad gradual' I
Catholic priest to go to bis cburob, the object of his piitsion being to perfect 4th. ly become poseted wilb the idea that t
The Mobile Cadet
are expected ,
mid i i..* speaking of tbe indignation bis. delinatore over, towns ol Warringlon and W oley. some financial srrangeineuls which will he was also an extraordinary biblical
, awakened'declared and the dinner is to be given in cbinpli The of buildii vessel l c1.br.h scholar. Under this
" Ibe change in experiment { a( enable (be directory to push on the gra. delusion be would
bit views respecting Ibe claims\ ot the men to them They will be welcomedby tbe station has been succeifully, tried ''d> ar.J. ibe. road, uninterruptedly, at its very Irequently at tbe. clue of bit .er. .1

j' Roman Catholic lo be the only true our citizens generally, and their slay and Ibe vessel I, the imroene Floxfng present rapid rate of 'progress. '-. molt, ask aiiy of his. con:. reittion, who
\ Church ,And t added; It I is my opinion, made I' la a few days six hundred bands will jibe Commitiea appointed' lo make might nave any "knotty text. lo unravel, 1 1.u
as possible.
as pleasant Balance Dock built I short
I Wat if ever the liberties of( this country was iajas a be withdrawn from sections below, and SI ade preparatpns for tbe approaching speak it, and be would eiolain it st

'y ibe United Stales of. America, are destroy 03":: W* are informed( that the Assessment period of time :as it could been accomplished places'on t.e/( first ten miles of tbe road Ari itersary o.| ur National Indepen. once, however it might& have troubled I IIf'

ed, it will be by the subtlety ol ibe Roman for Stale Taxes' 'for EscamblaCounij in any where. bat. D'oribe'rDNUl beginning':: at the Southern verge of'lhecit dc sej have adop d the following order '* distinguieheddivimseS.. Oil this oc: *

I. Catholic Jesuit pri.uU; 'for they ,ar. Yards, and Ibis ( i lly/ demon. /' It7* the coofid nl.'c.lculatiuA'' of casion', in It large audience Lewis par. .
b the most crafty,- dangerou enemies ofciviliberty. I -, lor the year' 1855, on property untie the (feasibility' e/nit Kting.l.estels te, Present'thai-Ibe: i first TWKHTXi I1TJC4IIXS r?II flf4ngements, to which they reaped IiculcnIpreising; lot 'aneone. tb 'propound .,

\ '.' They have 'instigated most of ib. and subjects amounts to '; 67 53. I fortb4nivalse'vic14 !'l. BOM MCWKGOXKBT: will be got i iivie. the cooperation; of our fellow 'a text but" no one' presuming, lo t

civil wars In Europe." Tbe protestor. of' war. here .: --4- : J ready tot ibe. iron, by.Iho first day ut' citje4s! ; do so, be WAsaboulio'sirdown\ ( "ilbuulaq "/

\ an.'!", to Bishop Spading a triumphant 0-: We are pained to learn' that the /aauar///'next. jJle expects too, while al I ORDER QF THE .DA 1"., op Purl n ll'uf ibowinj: hi* learning! when 'J'Ja

I vindication the truth,- which must be extensive Sash and Door Factory, locate The Steamer t om :b$:: the N>rlh; to ,be able 4o' negotiate for It.A Nation! salute will be fired asunis chap, by the 'duo, announced Ibal be 4

anything but 'pleasant lo' the rC'elale"wbo I at Bagdad, Santa Rosa County,' was destroyed : bUe. j .Hi 2500 AJU* of railrdetiteable'duriDC: tbe had 'a.Bible matter ol "great! tO lcern." J

bas practiced them- Wit' 'would recommend by ,Fire on Teusdajr night I UsUFJell. This elegant Steam Ship piid us*,fling >,. winter. If he succeed !.that, WtI ,hall 31 Un, lb. arrival of the Steamer' from }rue prencber aufoutely ro.cd his J

to the next' Council at Rome that,p pt visit last SusVJay-- with .!arr': DUmJ brinif up is poriiou: the growing& crop of 1 Mebje, he Committee ol Reception will willjngnes l! lll.'j and; biliiyJ: :niuf the coogregutiou t'.
i if they have no other goddesses lo make coitta 10 Montgomery. \ &: wa iu great.exciUrmeuUVVhat
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t I .-:-Our young friend, Henry 'Iph. 1 !uieettMiIitsryompany\ (rom Mobile, "
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Ladies and
ber GenUeroenVp
they bad better fulminate a bull again L Bick.rueems successful in his Dgerfrom directoryi' have received front Ibeengineering and r ugh bit ohur the Mayor tender ",. ,I. -waist- tokstww- ," .said the outsider .

all letter writing ou the p nI'! U anCatholic quilo new New Orleans. '" and, $41einOnth.numbqr department reports at' the Ibemjfa i bospiialiies of the city, ., I "(a whether Job's. 'turkey was a
Bishops. ll Is a loosing gam enterprise' Hit stall the'other morningpresented1 was A. Mon .,, Lb.ooL E.q-; iwi surveys for the approach of the Flor Sd; |, 1| o'dock the' ciiaeas wiil; ben or a bl.7";

'for Row.. winking Madonna. Ind I quite, :'an. agreeable sight,.to *) 01 Ibe EditorsofPicayune ; s.4Nfr' Orleans i 'I; road .io the city,, 10lo'bernwhb the meet '.,Iho Pubic Square 'lot the pur. .The. e1ouuder', looked confused, and

pieces of the true cross will ,perhaps; sue those who are.fond.of/rerA) fish; as Ibe who, whiIaAi'st< imer la/ t imates of' |b. dof. Upon a'.careful reew pose (f nniug I pruc.illulIId.., tthe ibe. congregation" tittered >*'use quettioa-

cued Belter.-Preibyterian.Tlie fine large red fish aDd sheep bead were wba/I si >wn'ihre. ol ibe!, :wboTe Object, ,Ibey,have de; directi4of the Marshal url tbo Day, in er. Ini. iliiy' capped 'the 'eli'uux I. i by, ,I.
iheJ Jf favyYa/d ; .is/miued! lo recommend! for ibe approval the vip iog order claiming, TJoVcu bgnrdewfl. :on.Ibe. aral
,
Love of,: Titles, floundering and jumping" ..In, tokeo'ur their. e.enVitnpro.yementby & iksI'4a1. '.StaUon.atisibed ).f, Jbif cily.sbaJLlvEg ROUTK, jfor, two ''I'bo, iJilarYl&kiu; ibe right en Pala que iionl" -

j For plain.republican perhaps. we area I lielb ell. one of* theC Io the/11 imply goud. and. sufficieat reasons: fbxstreH From .ibal time' forward'tbe[ practice I ufatkiug
titles .. ._.1__ j .L. \'I..The coil of reaching a depot at the Tlinator lor "difficult' wail avoid-
hue\ loo fond ol' These titles are lard. It beiD fUIJU./t .Q UlD' morn and Reader of Declaration .I .uaages".
t not always the reward of long services 6 r Ratification Baltimore.New York aha. ing iDle..e) arm wilba) the ""puble.eenoalvantag sue ,ol ib. Sleam Milf, &Iow:Gilmer'. of indesdonce.The ed. .

the badge of real merit and distinction J Ware House 'V" the river bank from )lyor.n< Board of Aldermen,
There is a great disposition>> lo use ib. The ratification meeting which was ,, rks could: > ) I III. tb. North sida ot town, (wberu must be Tbe fcjv'd CUrgy., .

term Esquire at tba end of. a man' name held I io 'the city park, New York on the bad .bee week day, wit the van )a located (be depot .1| any coal road wo TbeltCOrIOttbe; U. S. Army and IJOU.oOJ: I'tiNSACOLA. ,

a sort of title that is perhaps Ibo mos 18th in,t. was a spontaneous response to rnacbioe oetaUoa, such.ki lh' j,. way hereafter have,) will nol exceed oiu.THiMDol Navy i in t ecilSyanjeVs /", "
almost b. the cost c (.,going .round,. al tbe :: and trr4yuI. i.
cornrooa- as common as ; quirkIn IYi., bell men.-" marine r1mo1 citizens. ,
Philadelphia
ibe cooservailre action ol ibe drivers :n
a pig's tail. Captain, Major Colonel D, olcetra.,1h.* J j1iruveJuIs back Qf.UII| | ,JCstale: U.u.e"al any reasonable Tbe. |> 4cessio will move up Palafox Barque Wo., A. Banks, Bsrlett, New

and Judge, are conlerred' upon men who Convention The speakers were ; carritd, ( grade. :.To reduce lb. Stale House to loieo/.jci/. ,.u. lateadanqik.lo .the York.-Cargo; to.,Keyser.'J.I ii4ab !tc c V->
1 are as 'Ignorant in regard lo military af. principally delegates to tb. .convention" : t i lorward won]( bat pr 'grade below 116 leet. to Ihajnile,.*Juu Presbyieiln Church .ker 'M DecU-. A. L. Avery and others.

'lairs or the machinery of courts, as IbCamanche from the different .Ial... Among them ; ditnuch tD018; intens'lljig tar yet of about ball'a. mile in length would i lion of ltd ,ueudeaoo will be read and an Brig Webster Heath, Buckjporl. -Gr nite -
,
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Indian ,js al' the ORB line sing lion A. J. Donation- (adopted of Ic U. be; ueceS4ry.log irons ease .d.p.e III Oration 4Jivere4. Lv: the 'Hun. A. E.MuwzL to Navy Yard. .
son 8chr. Walter M. Taoiin. New Orlesn.Shell
ing. Such thugs give scope 'for. most unniereiful / We should be much \\11. other eel ,'150,OOf). From IU pre .. ; .. ,
If old
Gen'l I Jackson-lcd 'a thoroughcral pe, gratified <>ur *, to C. P. Kisirip.&be. .
tent depot of the
ridicule,, and there are Jew men friend ( Ueira I Montgomery i West .couMyisa Apataebieol.BalJ.
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4pC., : Js, .will ,
: foiul Road
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who do not see &ludicrvuvuess of a |itl. ol the Jackson school,)-Col. ,/o< scso..jo flat IICt wr the river, fertbe, acmlttioii of she Ladies ...,, to, C. K Knapp
ubslance. We 'have often his magnificent steamer' loota //fne. du awl,along the bank in Iroa..o( Gilmer'
without laugh Cunningham of Charleston S. (V0] only, wbajre .r que'ted. to occupy the Clearctl.; ,
ed ever a story of an honest Dutchman lately beaded the ticket"$In ib.t/7<6"b* ring the week, and then we are yloced War U
who many years ago kepi 'J, ferry al lb. Legislature) sod Judge HopHf,01 Mobile that) the officers(! at the si7d wouJ4 track. .ai the Ware House being I.el1'1'eel Church lor ('be Military Strangers and 82,329 feet Lumber, ,UQQ feet Juniper

mouth, ol Oil Creek. # rldll endorsed be'.motl happy to tscoit any Joe Edilo.rla abut. the ground, and spanning fool of Ciiizeut. \i iCoxiurTicp i i/ Timber, by C. UUck. .. ? .; ? .
A leD1.me in lbs business bad eon Ala!, poke* at leagib Commerce street *. a. wo* bridge 01.that erA RL4GZJ5I1U.: Schr.Luey Wiihain Milton Tor"Uo.C **
laced him that all tbe Yankee u.. the the platform. l ) fraternity,' WhIt j.t msy ,of ,th.ir "efelal,,) lU, wash will voJyi .4& 'about -. .J Drkka,' by Aoercro hie A Co.bchr. .

liver were men distinction, 'for all were la Baltimore la. .vionstratloa' Viiquite friends as might crowd he veil J, ibnaga. *Zu,00u.. Interesting,g ,(Correpoudcncc'OJ James T'Bradlurcl. Tayjor' tO'

Majors;"''Doctors, Colonels Captains or .. flattering; a/, !Uewhere tb* ae.lionot out the'naval depot and s'ho *Bem all 'thescientifio'arrangeineals 2d. For ail heavy '"Ilal.-aad... \ -* .* ,,. Jooe.2 ..18A5 Orleao.-et2CJ3 BitcbeUig4 Vo.Jebr. feel. Luiabcr, b\I. &lar,
... One day-tbe old man was pulling / pwialiy coal-it ls mutt important To O.
U hUd to Eaittf
ike
Jwig the Co nclL"ri, lo .I lor jar/ike) prepa.ratIus have of Gazetie- Petuacobt Diamond, Oowen, New Orleans
across the. stream with' a Urge load with satisfrV' Tkt detest ln now makjog dur)* (be '"pipba, be a depot at which 4b* hwy articlrs .fliK' Pubttb. i e' enclosed' correspoo> 40C. feel Lasobcr. '13jL JI Pwieu, UJJCOUihs

of 'passengers. Tbe/ were) addressingeach great limes 01 .f can 'vfumpedffOin; trains into "-,.. deltcgs ia youpafer" it will be graliiyiog ,by Keyser,.Jodth & C....
IQ produce Theub/ k& II O-t
a. some the,
rtber as Major this and Coloftel thai Virginia signally! : > te. peac. Butler or Lowodes pUuter teat to many of v ur .tbecrih.i. to (earn IbalOM Bchr. (i... "!:UtI, Pampers, New
'-ntrl mala"but one bad a tkl. The action: whIchh. I Igii party bid madly of ber passenger with ***** i to ......- lis CMtea (root below Io U shipped here; tepalr/ ii at 41I about being eans-876| feel lumber. 8l.p. ;: Lat*

h.. "Dutcbmaa looked 'at tb* .plain. Mr; bobed (Ic we.yufortunes bu rather'cusedtb.trieuJ.i'tJt .; cola, and carried awa/Kber) that Lad a* cvuld: surf staad the heavy drayage 'taken Madvatetja' Navy Yard;, PBS... bCrfcUr. ,Bate(wider CV, .
Airct. with .icrpriss. \Vh.o lbs' Ur to. b.moieve aDd been tojouraing I la tb.1ww sine br cbarges |.... e .ta.t Depot. t. tae fly... cola, ,t. a first UM YardVey .' 8c....thsb KUZ4beih,' Wti, New.Ofkaa7U
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; the shop o1i... b'paid' be cbared the'" jLtle$ : I CeJ, ,..ferr&.J"'c.& U Mabile br buss ,( ,} feet Lnntef. bj *t' .
se4wcifully
Aprlll 'r--d the prlc.-"O' IaI1UD' seskts1 wiiIbidifficu3tjhUesup. first trip over here. I, ,could still ls4er... uch char '* ". voars. c&af.lo\hM''eri4.. 'hJrvIoa. tuw Or1..73 .
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f' ,
S. lbe aOllm Cfipt
.r11
.. coinlitg .r-I. : 1 te feet tsmter. ItI
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eonpaa/ secure u. Sr. '
Lime fur in Ja -
BaieaekUr Co.JSUa .
l'IJO\V lauding from UltlC' ,\.I ,|h 'geotle.Tlioiu1iij '_.ctl a. The Town oS ,rripfon, Mill I ptup.ny awl pIe_.; ./ ttt. .t.0464j... WAIIU.< r04.. May 'dib1' a6. fttM. ft, ,I51H; ; N" Qrl"T.-- .(

Jjf Albert 1200 barrel. '''l.H \ ; 'Jv.ri.lp.' ( ... 4iM"....' legeUMT wsHi tU,*igat .J 'wa,ius, SIB Oathiltof4pirJof Us t I'etLatuttier5Q.) cbI' I f rt. II-h puort
ton btone .' I art ."1..... at first, W.rri&'o' ,. ; .1 .v117 r..W. de.... I ddiouoad year ... BU.. p.< b Cra..lar,
lme, which w. wii.f' | rfaa na1aLsrIinu & h /of$ a (ftMHHUiaiflailas s.'g,.et.MgibatAMuljba x1.l..tjM .., ,
Cw bin I here |I. joined but ....... all '.... r'U"' :
.Ii.i hI.
.ell at New Orleans. pi ice*. J I Coubl no .. .I. mPJ 'r pin.so4stthsIvll IIrp\tI\. tht .....,.. s e at>/ jar 'Ok. -
C. J P. KNAPP At Co Sitjkes laein as/lo at 1M wiU .b.,1.ih. k.* bsidg.suaet .... 1M .. ., ,'e4 1 .by CeageM stxtuki 1M beAu 8cbr.fl.usbtrSz w, Hew QJeIpII3pJ
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|I i I'k-i N. ao ,,,, &..,nJ. at-tb. &tie4UtI'a -
lAW
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c..1 ..... lee. cq..J..
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.. .w Na,7: Yard, PesjfcaeoJav.: .
*a us COUfl .. T. t>>U c"'Iiaiqliota \-". I,
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I u.tcltcUr.
indicated.. Cbter/U/1 a di... ski nawenl Ie .U city This i. a. ,biof5. I Jot rruptuadettumttQtbefsy|' I II ; by Crigttf,






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ScV. PowhaUn Oaro( N 4W Orleanj Hetikibultl'i. ... BI.Ai'KWATHRMILTON. 't'OUNUR. Just?. s !i.rvcfl. PAuL I1tery. EH/.a: A. Ilsys,

&& (000 feet Lumber, by J.eksotMor'on, \ I Fla. I \duiiinitratropunthe 1 Suggestion of

tOO Sash, 65 doors, 25 pair Hash, by E & CHADWICK ate n.\w prr tiataie Geo. W. Hays, Insolvency in
I&,. Simpson A Co., 28 bale., Collort, by II.ocud BCLMBOLD'S : PENNY: to execute promptly'nrdei4! fur deceased. I Count/Probate for Sun-the

lIer. Compoutid Steam Engines, Saw Mills, GrU' Mills, -t. vs. :
: gullrae, Webber1, New Orleansis Pumps and Pumping EnginM, Fin Pumps The,creditors, of said e.. $sIIossStaIe. ufFlorida.

000: fwi Limber' by J. MUchel., : For diseases of and Horse Powers. Iron and! Dross. Castingsof taie.

8chr.K<*maiJ. Rouey! Cole, New Or. Secret Diseases all kln4s.JITRepairlnl. Adminisiratrix in the above .t,a -

)etit-QtJXO feet' Lumber .by Criglar, lee, and all i the City ; :: done in the best style. 'I'II led case believing the estaUTof Mid

friichelder A Co. gins, whether ii : Mayfl, 1853-8-Om* Jeceanttd committed to her charge 10 bf -
whatever cause II JUSBPII S. LidVKTT & Co. indebted to an amount greater than the'' .
r 0.' :!:t..a". ,
rO ..sAVAN Ant ted, and no I : : VALUABLE STEAM CIRCULAR \holetato Dealer (exclusively) value thereof, has filed in my office her J
ing \ 4 IN written suggestion of such insolvency.
via- the fol MAW MILL, one of George
If have Page BOOTS, ShOES l BROGANS.
you > Therefore, notice is hereby given for all
I Apalachicola, St.' -Mark Cedar Key, ,ease which, when And re- A CO's make of Baltimore, 13 home pow. (No. 2(1( North Market street, Boston. ,Arsons, !having claims. against said estate

Tamp Bj ,trill Key tV lt.i tem, will suiely : Draw er Engine with, with. two Boilers, 00feet car N. I II. Merchants of Peixnciila, Milton 10 appear file the name with me on or'' before I'
riage Carls Team
Log Land
deduc and
ration to another, Houses, all in good and order. and Navy Yard 'are solicited 10 send nsor- the first day of October next, duly auihonUvaied 4t
lulion aud Tins Mill is located In complete den, tot their good. in ihis line, as we have : ,' in the manner prescribed by
I t$l2OOO, a perfectly healthy .
do not tiust Hour goods. made to order and
) and can givt-( law.
place situated
: Quacks, who start 5,000 3,000 Lugs from conveniently Knot: Bay and Yellow for River.gelling hem not o.ily the styles and qualities but JOHN CHAIN, I
i :
like this and fill Every thing. is in also particular sizes required in this mar Judge( Probate.
i falsehoods<< too 2,000 complete order sawing .el al a small advance on factory prices.: Milton, April 20,. I8J5-7-33w_ I
regularly& day and
I 1,000 every averaging
and Those visiiinv ihe North' are Invited to call .
the '
their young trickl."ou, 1,200 5,000 feet Lumber pVr day. I but to such as do not go North until the, Whitlock, Nichol, & Co. ) AtUchmenl. ,
1,100 1 offer the whole or one half.; Terms 'Railroad" I vs. > Amount sworn !

The splendid low pressure Steam Ship the The selection Fluid of a 5,000 liberal.' For further particular, apply al sent us dish is bo completed forwarded, we say rompUy'or order.- Randolph, Gray & Co. ) ,lo 111:1: 78-100 .
I 4,000 the Mill on Black Water Bay 15 miles a Ulr-i. defendant and all .others, ,inuresJL u
UOBDON, Captain Barden, wilt l leave as nounced by .: pariiculars, pluaM call at the slots wl
1,500 from l'l!II II It cui., The bteumer: Con, ted will lake nonce of the institution
l.f For pIS'IMI Mr. flyer
above on Sunday, July < Freightor est remedy ever UI add.tII"JOs. :
: immediately by'Ihe wharf. Title ol this suit attainment returnable
1,440 ful by .to
having elegant state room ao S. LEVETT & CO
Passage( perfectly pleasant !
ly the June 1S35 of the Circuit .Court'for
guaranteed' term .
2,000 ,
26
:
to North Market
comoodations, apply street Doaton.
its ,
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nocent,
JAMES H. COX. Escambla: County, and and ,
KEYSER JUDAII & CO. Pensacola 1855-8-Om appear
annihilates May
,
that it
)
May 12, 1855DBwJCTATS the decliir'lIlIlIliled In
$50,000 .plead lo the case. -
June.30, 1855: rank and a. .
po :SIHNUti5 io WHITLOCK NICHOLS
lt."l 4 00" & CU.
r -ii UrLBR SPB NQS.' disease and, $t and SHOES.r A fine assort "" ", sals che.ap. Ap.u ( March 3, 1855-31-13

THE undersigned bating not dry up the > / Ia''" 111' C. P. KNAPP & CO. I

; purchased the DQTLEB'SPRINGS, Consiitulional r, INGRAHAM'S. lO.OOO linvuiia Circuit Court,
eu.rll.J .
I self-abuse, most April 21 1855
A are determined! to, spare no has LIST/! received and for sale by STATE: Of 1..1.U1UIJ.-ESCAM., : .
trouble or expense to make brought ) :: Tick\ / ArTINU.-4-4.nd 04 While' and A. JOHN LAMUKKTON lilA COUXTY %

these ::SPRINGS* pleasant as they have to lianl untimely of, | by :ad- U. Checked. For sale by Washington Chapman as"} .

ever &p'rovert healthy. Their curative properties bud hopes the J the Post INGRAIIAM- iJi.I\L NOTICES. aJiun'r of John R. Cb.ap'I:\ ij,
for Invalids generally, and particularly glorious 4 Fbi Ida. April 21 1, 1855 man, deceased, "
ble youth, can be NOTICE. i
affections of
(or Chronic or recent Agent.
vs.
Stomach and Bowels and Urinary Or- Remedy. And as STOVES TOVES.-o: | King Cook of Administration having .
the standing LETTERS Barbara A. Chapman, the I
.
well known that iti benefit every body "" For sale by and issued to me tIt I
ns-geuerally, are so by Union, lUnk of .Florida ) .
it. We cite to the '"GRAHAM.J1UBS Honorable the Court of Piobute for Eacambla : .
allude
i if scarcely necessary to to Alexander McVoy, John j '
21 1853
ire determined to contribute lo the comfort lid, acting both as April County, on the estate of CLEM A. Ulanchard, Edward W. I "HtU1. .

and amusement of visitors. live. p BUCKETS, BRUSHES and SON HALL, deceased, all persons indebieit Converse: Janus C. Con- u.hit Chancery'
PARLOR will be with the -M. BKOOM8 :( to said r tnle are required to make '
Our .upplied sale at and! a fine asaoriiuuuU) ol 'tll", William H. ,- -
beat Pianot, Guitars, 'Violins, Flutes" and UELMBOLD'S HJ : \ '.:: Japan Waco. For sate by payment, and all ihou having' claims ,against iitg' Joseph H. Gray u.rd-I .
Compound H,ud estate are _leqnesied, to I .
i iplendid Seraphine. ING HA 11AM. present UlUrl&d& 1). CruS.WIIII
The BALL ROOM will be supplied with SJ\.Jt April 21. them, wiihm the lima prescribed by law, partners, under the style I

the best Prompters and Musicians. For Purifying ] pun 1853A fJAKD. oiherwuo" this notice: will be plead in baiol ol Blancltard, Converse &

HOUSES will be kept at the lowest possible diseases : Just re: their recovery. Co,, and all other creditors J )

rales. ry, exposure : GEORGE. hUTToN, WALTER R. MEDLOCK, ofiheeaiute' of said John

There will also be kept HORSES and chronic Administrator. It. Chapman, deceased, t,

CARRIAUES for the 'accommodation of from an impure 5 Auctioneer _Pcnsacola, June 30, 1855l''wNOTLCk : A '1' appearing III Hits case that a bill has '. ,

the Public at the Springs, and a HACK the or.ly > ,' \ PEN8ACOLA: ::. .1. been: (lied: by the vomplainani, setting -
Fla.
will run from the Springs daily in connection reine.y Jot the \ ; U- Apiil21: 155Collegiate ; S hereby given, thai .six months after, forth ,amount otner matters the insolvency

with the Mobile and Montgomery Rheum, Scald I the present dale, I will apply lo the uf tilt tWla"| of said. John U. Chapman. It .
/Stage', at Mrs. WATTS', for the accommodation the Throat and < to In. Institute. Court of Probate Santa Itos.t County ..J therefor: ordered that all creditor of the

of those who wish to visit& the ling of the that 1 I LIE summer term ol this Insituiion /Slaw! of Florida, for a final aeitlemttnl, olhe ....I! "allilit
Springs. ., tkeFaca, and [ \ iu the will commence on Monday the 1U
We are now refitting the premises, and the Skin. attention and continue until about hue :20th ul deceased, and ask lo uo. discharged from stale Iviih the Clerk of this said Court

will do so until the FIRST OF JUNE at This article is ., public July. This School has now been in, sue- he Administration thereof; and in the iviihm,,"MX' months 'Irom the fiist publica- 1

which lime we will be ready Tor ibe reception of the most j ceesful operation under the present Inelructor ueanuiue' all creditors, legatees, and per nun ol' this order. I

of VISITORS. the country, and for Oftlr ,0) mOuths, and may bu sons entitled lo dutribuiion are hereby Un further utUered that this order be :
S
We have secured the services or an ex in practice than to convidered.aa perm lueutly established. P.- notified, that their claims and deii.un<) iblinliud for the space of six months in -
perienced and competent gentleman, and parilla yet offered I ( : (he rents desiring lo prepare their sons for will be barred at the expiration of the pu the Pensitcula Gazette.
dig wife, as Proprietors of the Hotel, and cases of ] College or &u give them VOiu 1855.
a thorough: math rioJ of two years from that grant of Ad Junuury ,
we are determined to make our patrons all and Scrofulua di | '.I. umatical and buesuteestlueation will find it mill >>tntlun aforeiaid, unless exhibited J. J. 'INLEY, 4
comfortable as possible while with us. covered in the to their C.8TATE .
advanUgu lo paironise this school Within the IIlue.MAIWAKE'r. Judga W. ,
'J\O. U. MOOR, I"ruprie'u"for lie Instiiutions and thereby save themselves the unnecessary 8ENTERPITT -

ROTBEUFOHO & HUNTER. resisted every' I I expense '"( .tleUuIIIR' thaW away to Executrix.Jurte OF FLORIDA, *

be devised. !, othur places. 30, 1 :)0-20w Eat'uinbia: County. 4ft' .
I ,
i Lr 3" Owing to the extreme pressure of examples of the : ( % AltDS A ArruiigeniBiiU been raadQ., to secure .' E. DE LA HIM, Clerk of the -
the times'ana closeneM of the Money Mar. medicine in IIrre>>, i iveierale in the sen ices: of an expeiienced Female S U( months aftur dale' I will ii|>|>ly in Circuit Court, in cud for the Couuly .

led we are induced to say lo those who feel diseases Mo. Teacher to ass.i!"i in the school alter the the Honorable the Judge ol'ilif, Connol' of Encambitt" in the Western Circuit of

I disposed lo spend the present season at the destroyed, and l Office. Hummer, vacation. Probate. fur the County <>i' Walton, the suW\ of Florida, do hereby certify .

BUTLER SPRINGS, that we will take Nonce .' Tunion Iroih' ,'$;l n. $5, per mom h.- hut A final settlement" of( ihe estate of I II.|... thai lilt forvgoing i is a true espy of this orLili -

in Payment for Boaid, and othe expenses siciaus and 184..2'f'! : lo un young men who ..re'enl&lSitrJ& : in buainec, Isle UOnUKT) IIATCIIBR I d/cWtdl r in the eu 1111 above itated1! <.. the same

'kt the Springs. Notes with good accep- gel, aud & if who may be desirous perfecting iheinselves and i.ktobodi.chuid: .:\:\ ieiiaibid, of record in my ,offlc*. I I -:
lIce in. Mo'nigomery& or Mobile, or Drafts will be found -J t.l at in Praciio l 1 .' '.I&enoC I -
, liook.KiiMpiii4 Arilli.U'ltn .: Ll7.\: ATCt1Ltt;\ :' In witness uava .
upon: their Commission! Merchants, all of rlt&iuos.. : .>>1.of l \o, -.s faakfl arrangenienta'! tu rec'iteat hereunto set my hand aud the I -
AIIII'I.GlLJ.S
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which lo mature \hefiitt of next November i any hour by !applying to the ,Principal. aeal'of our said. Co ital Pen-
for all amounts over $30, May, 1855. Fluid Extract inform A few more pupils' male and female, canbaieceivudtiu : BOWERS, Adm'r. _ sacula, tbis22d day of Janu1855. :t
: Card will I or 0 bottles for $ June 30. 18.W: 10-2(1: (
EAU : publishing our itni '
papers -
he in pr < : quarler, H applied aryA.-L19, :t
,
r pleiue copy the above.1L'UTHERI'ORD. Fluid Extract : alien-, fur before Ihe let of May.REFERENCE.. l.:IIlVUJ'll CJOUIlT-.tTA 1'r; 01' F. E. DE LA RUA, -

& HUNTER. bottle, or 6 .
lo'/401lILJA-E.ctJ1IIbia County Clerk C't Court.
June 30, 1 185W6-13 to one gallo'n of :: / Judge ANCCBSON. 27 1855 40-ii6w,
I, Prepared and ) Wellington Chapiuiin, us ) January ,
FURN1- Judge JOB.IN, } Pensacola. Administrator of John I.Aduis'rupou I.
Sale ot neal Estate.
I BOLD, Chemist /! H. F. bO HAM, ) 'deceased. Lawrence N. Amos,))
II chapman, n'l
I virtue, of a decree: of the Honorable near the Girurd JOHN CHAM. itteEs- '
BY iheJudue{ of Probate fur the County I To be had of or! J. Q. GUlL, ( Milton.Monigomery I VS. 01 ,b U j oUl&Ie1tIOU& ( el Inite '
I l"uj
ol feocawoiashall: on the 23d day of July rywhere. a neat Dr. LUCAa ) 'turbans A. Chapman, lor .:.cd.: say. aUh".c), III Probate
>>h COF- 'lIe Union Dank of Florda u ye
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iiexl C1iOISZV sale at pUbliC Auction, at All letter ALEX. ( AlaValuable court ion this Couu-
, too Court House door in the city of 'Penttcwloi'ibe Agent receive \ to the CAII J. GR\\VU..SON Alexander McVoy, I j Cred'uors: of I l ty of8u"U lto,1CIo,
A. The
, ; folUwing Real Estate of JERU.U1AH Junel3: 1 Plln ipaJ. John A. Ulanclurd, idIII; Chanchery.
, tiCARRITT deceased i : "" Gild April L15-5-if ward W. COli v r..IIIJ.. ameli I aid Estate. J
tJ namely, Southern .' : .. HE: Adminislraior on the above'ala-
tile undivided lirflf of bUt arpeifs of Laud property for C. Converse, William 11.Harding X >
\AN. 'iaLc ,Joseph W. Urayind ted cause, benuving: & the evtateof said
fronting: oaths Ua"ul Escambia at place Tje undursi I ileceuned committed' lo his charge to be
,
ned ofl
known Garbarioa's Paint about six BY AUTHORITY rsttle1ll t u! George I). Crossmun, .
. '
', Conducted ,' UuuMe'ond l .. Copartners under: theilyleofBlanchaid indebted loan amounl greater than the -
J Ot in, '
miles North 'East of Pensacola, bounded "
(
\ A'I I Value thereof, has filed In my olBce hi.
:
& L'ea4ecuhi.al.b. ,
East ,
N rlh East by public lands. and house is two wriltuu of such
South East: said Day.IRENii. "ori'el high and II in fute ft. Co., and all suggestion Insolvency! .
: by
GRAND 1:011'(11"1
J'I' SCARR1TT, 'I (I'oiuly\ lor oror. with all necesWy ( creditors of the 1 .COli-I lhertfoi) i, I notice ia hereby ah'I1Cor all.
'II tHJl.buildinus, claims said
wilt be said John R. Ch |>uraoii4 having agaiusl estate
deceased.Peusacola .
/
Adui'x of Jetemiuh Ocarrill, )
yerylea.suetly silualed'i J ,,inf
To be & Co; > niittrly op. deceased. JgURUANT ,Iii appoeraisd file the same with me on or
I July 23. ,1t15 -. I66wNO' I pOllil"\h" Publw, aouarei before the first of July' A. 1) 1855 3 -
-_ : ill the city !: T to a decreelsl' 'order in day. 4 f
II 'lCt;. t\ ben Prizes | I I .r A :SO- ,OOO acres of LAND 'In San JL said cause lisa undersigned will.' on duly ttutheniicated iu the manner, ,| pra-
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| > Y vigtioaii order of tie, Judge of distributed la Rosa County. ThU LaM is well tint he 10th day ci August& A; D., 1855, at t'cri ued by law. a -

" Jt> 'the'' Circuit Court for Santa Rosa I ep cot j tiered, a'sbai an uc.Uenl'Mill' sect on ny olHcv in the city of PensacoU',< proeed I ,JOHN CHAIN,

County ou'the24th' of July uexi: will>, !53And ;; assort h. 'ferusss\pia. ; to lake an account of the1' Debts and Judga'of Probate.I7th -; -

t.a sold ai Da,dad, lit Saita' Rosa County, alluibiio drawn; and is are th J For. iurthef sarliculars' apply lo Assetls 'of said Estate; and all person i N'veuunir: .183-30.-33w: Ia
kale the right ,iitq and interest. of I -T
DEDHCTIONI \D. laving claims against the said Estate are ,
lltiKftANDEZ. m)TlCE.iminlbs .
,
de-
the iiifaul heirs of Joseph Forsylh, CAPITALS "lensacola. hereby notified lo be present in person or
.11 deceased, being, five undivided iwelflh partsufiheSTEAM do. I I Sfyi 2, I854-2iXn' Attorney 'I! 1 IX .Alte r d.H" 1 will apply to -
.
\I- BA\\M ILL, PLA1N1NUMACHINE do. 1 Ido. ,.t.or lc i GEORGE: w. HUTTON/ IOflCE iu. Cuuil ol Pruljuies lor the CfUlt11

;;; &c.,, known, a s 'OflJ th.A", 2 $ ( .. .. 4 VERY superior tUnker-buill. BIGHT Special\ Master in Chancery, ,,1 l cuiin.iu: lor t nnal Mttt ineujt u( the

l.aC tSiio !tuu Sj.together wiib pumerotas tracts do. 5 & : > and 1 PensaeoidV June30, 1835-163: "*,iuiool" i\ L. All 1CHELL, deceased,
I e 101la
of Land bougui for the use of said Mill. StdiiJiu34ft ..." ,.. .. .,- ,
.
lU "$ ) ask (be
do.
: Hlte wae Is hereby given, Hut Itiniy 11 t dlhargd.:
Terms of sale and a p irlicular descripliou 110. 15 Wine.. bU'I' expressly' 10' speed, ,s tliltlrel"t": J. day. after the date hereof, it is/ u.y H. I', JNUIUIIA.M, J -.
If Lands mad known the do.
wl lbs al sale. ""
/ DII<
IOU. ,
7 COll' I She will
duo bIsbJd luw. ).p. I mention lo uiak* application lo III. Honor AUminiitiaior.1'tniaeola ,
J. E.II. SIMPSON D.' WRIGHT, $/ p.r.' I do. lW .,Iy\u\ KEY EIt; JIJliAj' & CO.- Jea*, J. Fiuley Judge of the Circul' Court April :2, le55-4-28w! : I -

_ALj14, I 1853 \ fur the Western Judicial Circuit of ,the .
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June .
23 1855-15-5w -
In all 251 prizes : Slaw of Florida al hi office in the
.. )r. It. U. 8. JlAKiA town, Jubu D. Leigh, Adut'r)
NOT1Cr.A ;. ONLY TEN: : OlKlCti of Marianne, Jackson! (County, |In aid upon the estate of use, t Suggestion of la..
T a regular cumoiuuieaiiod of Holmes-- HCf:: Eetnj : < \ :-Ur. Smiih s Drug fuJ. Med State, for authority !. !ael|! the Real fcUlaUr, Firm of Lacy & ilaj, \ olv incy In 'l'is. Jr

- vilie Lodge: No.tW, held' at the Lodge ing. I IdOItIure.. k ..f MARY, ELl'ZAUETH::& .. .MARUAUET; tI.ctlllfHjd. ,f bale Court for Ole

Uuom in the town of HoluHtsville, on turdd jlj- Tickets ltE1UlNCF.-Coruier*; of O l *\rn. ALEXANDER, CHARLOTTE, JOfiEPH1NE V It. j I County 'of $ant & -

). toe Vila day of June, A. L. 58.5- in proportion. '.' ru-nt ad Uayle street, |Vii.ucolsif hu. and JOSEPH$ *URVELT it' in- The Creditors of acid I| Ro.. ? -

If ,JOHN LAWRENCEwas Fur' Sale.kuowu '\ ants, which I shall particularly, dUC.Uhl FIIIM. J
J.I expelled: from all the rights privlleges l. v sad set out in p.litomen" and llirrvbe -
------- A- U..... Wl'. on the plan my HE AduiinUtraKu .in the above& sLiie4
sad; 'UUDUUUIt'*of Masonry, fur g rOd.uumaliOlltC' IQ-PerlUu. : .311. cil of Psusacola, as No. 2-&U. Tb o, I) or.s.,iiteJ lo his llvnur, and which\ : .1 cause i, believlug, the e.I.1tr uf Mid

0- totiducuWitness eta in the above YAWL I properly' be sold at private sale for kal Estate 1 have the management of ,an 'Ptrrn coujyiitted lo luc lar&", U> be .ludebwd s
tuy hand and the seal of said dressing the & : for cash. tab. Kc further inforuialioii U. Guardian of- laid infants. tout.. amount greater. man th...Joe
apply at
Ja Lodge lhiJihday MA'lTh1EI8 of June! A. L. Post Odice at '' & CO. bu office. THOMAS KOUlNSdN, thereof, bas, filed'in'uiy nflicd 'bl.' wliue,;

... 855. $. A. Florida. March 3IW- l-r, JI.2 Guardian. ;su'gettion uf such insolvency. | 'therelorv,
Secretary 1855-12-Sw Uouct' i 1. \\nv\tj: giv ii" '10," -nil' persotutf
June 23, If1Ml69wGUUU.i. fCJ"; lJIII. on .JOO I.\L I t4I.U alA Y.
for I ,, fee :.tu bbl.. Rock laud LIME. l'O'1'J r..i having claiwM agaioal Mid urns to ap|> a<
., aUJ I-n&t: gad IMibat takeu al par and biu lite' anUs ....
k U. June 23 1 port. 1"01" br.A. SIX;; nwwjis afu-r, dale 1 will apply lo a..wlf ouor beUMtlh
,
*lost rwejved arid (or stlo by -----V IlY', '. JOHN LAMDEQTO.H: ltiha: Judge ol Probate,, lof Escaiubia IIr" da; uf July, A. D., 'IbU, duly' Cud
er C. P. KNAPP:" & CO. CmiaW Ibeiukalttu in the iuablur; p.e.cnkd I bf
Warilogtot. .., March K3, 1855ASUPER1U aid June 23, 18>>-16_ sod aeeouMs V,' kit', aeitlsu.ur as 'lbFAIUBANKU. law. JOHN CHAIN, '4i

asIf' IL'XCUANGJ1 va New York a'.iIII D II. l'tl4.tmer' l1a1ll. Aduuiuiistratsr Uttbv estate tiC UkNUV; a-d, Judge vf Probate., :
friends << I W, Mof HUMMER HATS U. November 17, 1854-30-S3_
, a .eesed\ and a.k't... be _
" &4 ad at abort sight, for sale in N .
operations, that ) d and for isle! by discharged ioiii. O. FELL
lull, 'to br Marshall N. 8uowd Ad. Suggestion
a.il1iurcbA..srs uunl the Iii of A40I1N LAMUEttTON. Administrator.; )
II. JUDAII & CO. uiiuisiravor the .slat. I ttt lu.ol. .
WILLIAM Alias Sioipaoas.TboM Warrington.( t.., Ma.eb 23, 1855 Pensscola, Jun'9, law Upo ctiul
,- April' 15, t 54Misa willbiu I : Wade IL Jvruigau" dr! J ty iu lb'Pr
V auiea A'I8ber 'c '
GOJf ".* 11. bate CosineS
bas
...dlUuerl.t1 apply I at once, : re
A \.s.l. to Iwul tut IJMJi.lfi.'w. .bygiv imha75i, noaihj alter vs. ( Hants! nOM '
larso.
)1t : M. A. WEBB respectfully fCj- lo ...".n,. present da*, 1..U..Pll. lo ih.. Tb. cr.dit.rs, of said 'Ecs I I Couutt. ..
""'alQ. ttw public that .b, ha* just returned Pcusocoia, ( ) bou., .,,a. U N..... Y..1t Court of fr b'(f tit fctajabiiCauutj. law. J.rlaa.f "

lip Irvin Mobile with a splendid assort W1'I. the right wiluk (fiuue ou. U* 35UAply H *-uofFJoridaflor ..%WnSu,,,,, ."} 'l'U2 MwiaiMrog.... &bote staled ...
wtut "f iiUNNETS, KJUUONb, DRESS lo see bis ihe e iie ut CI1ARLK4 .. .
ftjjyrgB, d*: b.UIvlng Lbs .I111. e/ *..14b.
140b ,
W'IstlMMiNGtf, MANTILLAS!: ,' &e. itt, ) : espe .lest .? INGHAlIAM.toII. I'I'IU I *s*.J, usa'ask ui H.to..lia...d tIA.. th.sous t" UirM styles, which she wia dispose ,
feIt"' A4al&IlltfZbIiLMfl$54; .lde&t.4
Jr- ( .. Yellow ,btrr Cu. : iee. to an amauot r.*te, sm1nd bless ib.us. *
u al 18 t
Jew November 1R436Ufreceivsdi4abr. i
u, priccltlo _caDU'# aU (l1Id"'r." .. tejes. d ueneeu(, bas fifed'in '
IQ-UUUW..1, Mis. Duncan's ,Wirriaitoo. SHIP and : : _\, t tI .L 1M. 4WI .wa& mslut
Vbtufed ../ dlsttbutivu. _
., kit
..
\ A.y nsi"; ,. .1I.'kNt.W auc"t""
0)jrt a'e ; J1 ._ ,(14.1114 fur sale. rb. .ap I uoIiSsd (b*t their claim$ ./ a..U 011A.lid lo.e, seut5cs is1iaIogclatap3 h1ty.Us ,caU...jua'

P. H.Mua W, vill ,also attend aG ibe If Mt btlJ.. PlUn&PtJTATUE$.. will be bsrtadallhsUptralis$ jiule, gait *d4uh&1.ZpUsbSi: .

lip L'Wautuff of Bounel and DrcM Making. HORSE, 60 buzesCod4aM ,.I rind of 'we,hue froaiitlM grant ..' lUA4 .. .i.bsI.tinu. ".: a.. ..... t -
_Vvafniutoo, Fla, April 7, 1855-i-if UCBBV Hrca, I J JE. j U in bar. 60 kits of N. ilkjge1. minisiraiioo af"resaiJ, pulses exhibit ywtnuPipslcau '

.- O6 per C nt. Aleohol W; Dour $ : fair price 'SO .t, -Tuaies.,4 5gAj. I within &he ..... : 'I ) There U btu a. brea Ui oiatr &a5 a ,be&to

'I. Y Uyr received anal far tate by !Uier.sc. t at the :.IU.a It I LB1LONN"...p.; bis (ante ( 'tba heart belwill, Ibis worU aid, .h4
,' Bahimora M4. '1 Craatrrl CMriats..Le. ....
- A. JOHN ,LA3IDEtJ"tOH. hnwe&h.& ;
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"e..be 185: January I U "" ,,'PP II CO I Aped U, l5532G w riieF1n.L






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1 n 1.lte"l f'1tzt' t'uiJar..e Uh- f}. *tjiztjyjjj .c CO, i'rirtiie hirtimnrj- ulAN. KWOiN THYSELW More* GnlUig
; : ..uall COMMERCE ] ,ul)..cnl>er having established I JtiJge Road nnd CoateePhiladelphia.
I'fcJNSACOLA GAZETTE.iir ciilur isiov COUNIR 1: OF' :: : & EXCHANGE Tit I, Street I,
J EO 'A1 E & CO.f;' f Baltimore, Md., STS. NEW Infiripary. contiguous to ,' '\\\ttihi1/:/// .

....TaP. AIM PCeUSHKD, WfiCKLf: 4: i Inventors, Pawnieet/and 'Mamif.ic- IiUILDthUS, t bV; 'U*. S.' larme Hospital New town, :..'!t, ,1/f. IRON FOUNDERS amid MANUr ACTU.

Joit1M'KLNbY,. ? liirirB of their Patent "Portable Circular Mobll, ,.ALubuiim will admit those, 'withlog to avail _them, ... hERS oC
,. b. I B'avV Mills, beg leave "if'"teliaL( they AgtnU: for Peter ,Mcfntyre't Spinning elves ol'iuch an }Inttituiion. Competent Mmt4<< 3... WROUG1IrsfldCAj.JaQn RAILING
and
ne QAzra t. issued .verj" iurdfY MILLS ollbfte classes L'NGINEd 44t( '. .. ( ,u
l buijil' SAW kinds of
Machine, Mill, Corn Shfllen, andColeman' Nurses are provided. and every thing .. OANAMEKTAL and AGRICVL'I'VaA
&'t"UIl'ltllU of Subscription S4 \ptf: mid HOlLliKSlfof; all sizes andOKU .t \:\' IRON
WORKS Iron for
annum payable in advance or wiflim( theftttsix lI.il\lll( tj \ l TACJi'1'Isrtible: I1U1- Undulatory Alillt.Importer's else necessary render (the sick at com ?'II III \t Railings public and

,luontlif, 4-5llf uuj J pajd unfif >h uiixc./.i, vvllBKLi' *, such n* wa awarded and Dealer* ]In Foreign and t bnable at posl"I; l An tnvalitabll/ Hook for 23! cents.-"Eve- Chairs private, Tables Grounds&e., Verandahs., Settee,
,
,end pjf KIK HKiiiths or $3 j jf I/OJ) ptfid'uijlij he the highest premium, ;iz.t $100" at the Domestic TEKMS : ty Famty should( have a Copy." Particular attention pa.id.to the

end vf LI lIe year No subscription, } taken i'alr ltnd Exhibition: nl 'Maryland the Hardware am}" Cuttlcry, For While, per day, 82 50 100.000 V COPIES AR. SOLD IN LESSTHAN of Burial Lots. endow*,

lor lest, UMII tlXlIlOflLhp, and fa I alllRec. !MAHYLAMD/ : STATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETVin BAit iKOiV.'MILLROCKS' ,TIN Pi.ATE, Colored persona! do. 2 00 A A new edition revised More & Gallagher' BOOK or OmoiXA,
IWhn. subscription, 'is i for !leV's than a year m OeltiUer last.Ol NAILSuUNs, ; &c. &c. I Q:::T Etlra charges made for Surgica. and improves!, just issued. DESIGNS and List of Prices% sent lo :

payiiwui will be expeclpij/ (jij 'adoqnce. 'U.H character of their Haw. Mill/ they PE1LKSAI.i, at low prices and rat ion i. DR. Up.TEn'S MEDICAL MANU. wishing to make a selection. person.
ope
3.) will be charged fuf announcing, each haVejuit received, a letter fiom Messrs.SNlvkLY O on favorable terms. 'is most extensive, II. B. HARRIS. M. D. ,., D HAND BOOK FOR TilE November 19, 1853-35-13w
cpudidate fo; oificti." $ A WOODWARD, dated, Near Sum- a'ssorlmeni p( GOODS:: let their line, all of AFFLICT Containing an outline of
All Legal/ A4yeriisem< nusl, ...!.!, be"fA paid mUeviiie, \ ,Allegnaiiy: Cotiniy, Md., Dec. which have been recently received direct Pensacola, July 8, 1854. the Orlaln, 'rOlress, Treatment and Cure Groceries, Ship CIHUldlcl7:

I form in advance. Ut(, ItI 4. These geulleineu/ have a 20dorse )L from Foreign and Domestic port of l every firm of disease, contracted hy] JUST received Irom New York b,

UR'rI81t.f&.I1"" ierq1, d Jhlt rollt 01 / bL .m Engine; of the" IIIl1nufllc are olG.'P. Their stuck wail be 'continually) replen. "JIrtr, I ;rtp. Promiscuous/ ( Sexual Intercourse, by Self. O. C. Ackerlcy,:a large *..

A .oRe dollar"for every fourteen! ; linei( rle"",) :' &Co. and a second class SAW Mill,, I laded during Hie, easoii, and 'jiow), con abuse, pr ly Sexual Excess, wilh advice aorrment of GOODS, consisting of
; for tlie /Hist, and( fifiy cent fur eygiy continuous ftich ihey had III uperhlion seven munilis.Ml ; visit In past of PHILADELPHIA: < ... HOUSE. for their pevention, written in a familiar Rio and Java COn'EE.

subsequent insertion. ,' its 'peifonhance Messrs. Snively:; AWjtodward 1200 lout! SWEDISH IRON, aborted, all -1 "l31>IIIIht'd 20) yuan ago by Dr. KINK style avoiding all medical technicalities, MACKEREL

t. The privilege, of annual ndverjisers la thus speak :- 81Z.I" .-'. ELIN, corner of Third and Union els., and everything that would offend the tar SALMON. '.

limited iothejr; own immediate?, t business>\ } In the working of your' Saw Mill we 300, tons: Swedish broad Plough lion, (0 I between Spruce! antI Pine, Philadelphia, of decent?, from ihe result of seme twenty TEAS of all kinds.

anu"it|| advertisements 'l other perou,J as well si legal ..advertise-' lerpitig'IlseSaws' properly Ijled and seihi 300 tons English: : Iron, all aics. INVALIDSAre voted to he cure of diseases of a delicate GOSHEN BUTTER.

, menu, of auction unitwent III by them..., proper Intervals, u has operated without :200 tniis' refined English:: : and American apprised that Dr. KINKEL1N: con or private nature. 8'f AUClI.
must be pafd aL (he usual rule: healing or oilier lihpedituent, culling Iron. Hues ins practice to a particular branch ol To wh'ch is added receipts for the core RAISINS.

it?" Qur advertising friends will oblige a rn.e line wiili nicelY add precision, and 4000 bundles Square, Baud, Round, ScroJ), medicine, which engages his undived at'tenlion. of the ab ye diseases, and a treaties the CURRANTS.
1 u* |/I y banding in their AUvcrlisemeiiiaoh du'ingu wilh aepeel!$ and rapidity asion- Horse! Shoe Nail Rods, Hoop, Octagon He cautions the unfortunate a- causes, )Jymptoms and cure of the Fever COCOA.

4 Friday pr 'earlier in 'lle? we"kt otherwise i iF tailing to every"one who.has witnessed. thewolking I Iron, all sizes &alnllL the abuse of mercury; thousands are and Agte.Testitony. MACARONI.

F : they wjll lie ')ver 'until., \ (the 'succeeding"t' of our Mill." :5 ions Plouga Moulds. annually mercurialized out of life. Recent a of The Prpfessor of Obstetrics VERMECELLI.: !\ : .

week. Wilh the driving power,mentioned,! above1! 500 bundle's and &b tl Boilejr, and Sheet affections are promptly extinguished. inlPehn. College, Philadelphia. TABLE SALT,
Every subscription for lens! fhan one ((20[ horse slealn power) our customary Iron. TWENTY YEARS: OF EXPERIENCEIn ;. "DR. JUNTERS' MEDICAL,: MANU PICKLES.OLIVES.: : .

year,. to bu charged ut the' rate )ol J} V-* fur day's work Is fro In. Six li/EtonT.TnousAND: 200. tolls Hollow/ Ware, Polo, Spiders,, the treatment of a class of diseases hith- AL." The author.) of this work, unlike : .

,ix months' in advance.: Peel of Lumber.1} and, upon occasions'ol I 0 veu's, Dogs,. &c. erjo neglected and imperfectly understood, the msprity of Lho@e\'hoad'erLiseLo POTATOES.
'
Ail j jobs to be paid (or on deliveiy and all ex'igettay, we have saweld. lor several succe .200. setH'Gm Gear and Grist. Mill Irons, has enabled Dr. KIMvELIN, (Author oj cure diseases bf which it treats is a Also large asaortmedi of
,. jdverlicements in advance' unjerfs) the ad- siVft day' at live! raid of TEN'THOUS-:: made lo order. I, a work Self Preservation' ,) to pry e graduse of one of the best Colleges in the 4sI111p

V erLS1! pas an open account with the of- AND 'leet'of: iti'lt stujf; per! day, winch l is,,p 100'sets"Saw( Mill Irons. that nine-tenths of the cl ufIus.ol'lIervooi! de- UnitedSlates. II aflfyrds: me pleasure to Cn.INDLBllI.*
orMANILLA
le. indeed, the', slrougeel) ; pruol lhat can be 1000 pair Esopus Kuui und French Burr bilily, local and consiiiuuon.il weakness, recommend: him to the unfortunate' or lo eonsiiiting

When individual order a Job, It will adduced: <>f the Superior exceljencti. aud I iViiil fLocks, 12 lo 54 inches. Uiame-. menial and physical suffering, are traceable the vitlm of malpractice, as a successful: ROP.K.
\\techaigedtohim, though" it may bu done vast'powe'rs! of ypur saW Mill." '" ler. lo certain habits, forming the most se and experienced, practitioner in whose MARLINE.

I or another. GdOrge Pa4e & Co 'also manufacture, 600 Nova Scotia.bluo gril Grindstones. creL yeldeudiy and fatal springspf domes- honojknd integiity they may place the HOUSELINE.HAMIJUOL1NE.:: .

-c----- O1U ,'1' 'MlLLVof"u'll: ( aies, 'CuHN and I GlKXJ legs: FalfRi verCul Nails) and Spikes tic misery and premature mortality. greaifil confidence.JOS .
i \UlIutlng'laUUiU: !!. culeuUiufor COU) CRUrJHERftf; : : Machinery, for Saw 01 superior quality TAKE" PARTICULAR/ !rsoiicE.Them I \ 8. LQNGSHORE, M. D. SPUN YARN.RUSSIA .
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::4.. JI. 5. mg'Laili's oni'oflhe bUbs, Machines'lor 150 bagjGiilfin'd' Horse'. Nails, p' C to m i U an evil habit omelimes, indulged Ffm A. Woodward, M. D., of Penn UOLT ROPE.
raisg,'} log' Out Of, the water:, Posl-liolfe) l lAu tOdd \1' in by boys, in solitude, often growingup Unikrsity. Phila telptiia.-lI gives me RIGGING LEATHER.

QI.\ ,:.;.;,. .. .....;.. --.. .-.. ".."..2.. 01-r tr ,' HQrllC' PotVtt': Saw1 ,ftlifls. to be 5000 p.nr Patent Horse'Sboes.4UOO uiiu theirs to manhood, and which, II plea re ti, add iijy't testimony to the pro- PUMP do.COTTON .
.1... t'I "'." .. not reformed iu due time feestnal. of the Author of the "III DUCK.
-'Z : Q.. driven by borllt bij': ormules, "J'JMftCR Uozen Cast bled, liennuii: Steel; and I not only begets ability ED.iCALlANUAt. : -
:.; .;-. ;:..; .F.. WHEELS lor hauling l luinbe?' lo UiU! iiMir r, I" Hiid Iron hues, maiiclo urll't;,. serious obstacles: to' matrimonial happiness '.." Numerous cases of Disease TAR, PITCH, ROSIN.
. I.W .e.. P : LUMUlilt CARS: for conveyjng} lumber 400( d'o/.en )inerieaii: Pa'leut Hoes i 'made, but gives! rise to a series of protracted of the Genual Organs, some of them OAKUM l, WHITE; LEAD

.i! ; '! ju MA dUlls.. llie\niin: Gumming Maciunes: forgtiininnk ,ao order. < insidious, and devastating; affections. of I Ing standing,, have come under my RLD ,LEAD,
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.. : ..j.. :;' \O'!: ) the teeth! orsaWH/lpgether) 100 cask'sDx: Log, Cull ana Welt Chains Vets of those who give way to this: pernicious note, in whlchhi'i skill Las been mam- BRIGHT VARNISH,
.i-! I vario'Jd Other lauor payiiiii pimtctiiiies, all 10UOO (pair Tract "Chams/'ull KUc II. practice ure aware fhe consequences fes n restoring jo perfect health, in some BLACK: PAINT,

'A" ,' : made of\the bent materials! ) } mind. by the most 10(4)( ) Weil Collins, llarifoid, Simmon' ::I until! they find the iiervoua system cans where the JiitieiiJ has been considertedieyond SP11JI1S, TURPENTINE.
,' .1 4 3 4. 6IU -ti ". medical the LINSEED: OIL.
, "", "lJ.I\i..I experienced \ and oilier :Axes. haltered, feel ttrange und unaccountable aid. In treatment
. iq. ': l'ICf'I'' 7 b: 9 H 12 1w TERMS'hiade: ; 'kno' ,n on application i by fr 100 stet!; Patenl Chain Pumps and fix feelings, and vague (hears }in the mlu l. of ieminal weaknesses/ ; pr disarrangement LOCKS; single) ,, and double.

,0\0' 14 15 10 17 b 1\1\ 20 letter, postpaid: to us I, 'or to Dr. JAMEaH. ;: lures. I The unfortunate thus affected bel=9me. ofnefunctions roduced by self-abuse or SISTER, H ,OKS, &c.
iis'.. 21 22: :23 24 :t,. 20 27 r COX Pteiisaoola. ,'T 1000 coils And dozen Cotton and ManillaRopu feeble, is unable to labor ,with al'cthlonaedvlgur ; Ecetfe of venery. I do not know his superilrii 'U P. KNAPP & CO

1, ., 2S.2U ;30 :iJ 1 DeecvJiPTivE PAMPHLETS will be forwarded and Plough: Lines. or lo apply his mind lo sludy: he '! the profession. I have been ac- Qclober 8, 1853-28 '

t \FUb'UY: I I '. 1 2 3 I Vge\illeineriapplyihg for 'tliu same 'J.'lnner'M diootis.GOO is tardy and weak, he is dull, irresolute1, q iitted wilh the Aqthor some thirty Boots {did |'wes; .
, w&t'4, 5 t 0 7 b 9 10 and { and deeni it than
Address engages in his sport with 1 lees yiar no more justice
leiiCr.
energy
) boxes
, I -" .'" ,,", ,11 12 13 1-1 15 Id IV2l by GEORGE: PAGE & CO., Tin Plale.Tin I'lutc- ,, Charcoal Brand, } than usual. S L r hii as well ai. kindness lo the unfortufite I have just received

It' lu 20 : V. 23 24. Sclirjueder Si., 'Baliiinore Md.. :250 boxes Leaded Roofiiij Plate 14 X 20 If he emancipate Ifimself: before Jhe: jctim of early indiscretion:\ to reID tiiiI d I fresh supply of Boots and";
I .X..* *...."" 5 :20 74AILcI1 d practice has donu its wprst, and enter mil ii) lend him ai one jn whose professionslal A '. Shoes
100 rolls Iron
Wiru charcoal brand. which
.t. \. (" '. 1 2 t :'There can be seen at the Mill nl{ :biKJ, gross! Kettle Ears, trimony, his: marriage is unfruitful, amid it I and integrity they may safely cont t he foliowi'ng qualities,, viz among: are
4 5 61 7 d II 10' his sense tell him that ide $lemselves.:
13la 14 15 la ;! the undersigned; at any time/'QII UfaukWalcf Hhuel Zinc, Pig Lead, Bancn Tin, Sheet ; (this is caused by r/ Gentlemen's. fine Calf Sewed BOOTS
1 ,
11 12 ,
: his early follies. These considera- ALFRED WOODWARD M. D.
Bay, in (full and successful:: l opera- I Sheul Uratl't Copper and llruss Wue are do. do. do. ;
;: ::/ 21{ 22 23 242d pili : Pegged do. imitation
202o (
rj\ lion the above described,: Cicul.tr Saw. liivels tiuns which should awaken the attention I i "his is wiihoul exception, ihe mostborrjrehensive :
Sueuis Tinvuru i.uiul
: u und sewed.
:.' ., 26 27 2U 3031: I : of those similarly situated. mid Intelligible work
; JAME1 II. COX, Agt-nt. various ussoi imeni.tntllenj'. puii- do. Water Proof
APRIL 1 4'3; 4 J tJ S 1 ,13 18o5-44-13w : MARRIAGE I lishd on the class of diseases of \\ hitch u do.
January do. heavy jVliirl ,
I dn
b Ull H 12 13 14Id Requires the fulfilment of several! conditions tre/3.(/ Ayoiding technical term. it : J
l 15 10 17 1UZJ21 10,000. dozen, KNIVES; and FqilKSof) ull in order that il may be really! the lilt esses i iself to the reason of iu readers.Il \ \do. line Calf Sewed l BKOGANS,

;.' r :. 22: tJ.u 2o.. 2U V7! 20a Florida. House', kinds. cause of mutual li.ippines. Could the veil 1 free from all objectionable\ mailer, and do. do. Pegged do.
fJOOO dozen Pocket Knives I 2 3 4 and lo. Foxed Lasting UAITEKS.do.
.
4 2U 1kI' 'V PENSACOLA. which covers the origin of domestic nq(>arent, however fustid\ons, can object
MAY t. ., a "' .' 1 a 4. .5 "' and commodious 0 blades. wretchedness: be raised, and its true source to 'acmg it in the hands of his sqiidThauthor -- light( and heavy Kip Uroaaus
\'. ,.., 1'b.is large 1000 do. Shears and Scissors. do. Goal, Skin Slippers.
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4 ;! O7 8 U 10 11 I 12 : in every instance disilosed-in how has devoted many years to the
'\ r .. 13: 14 15 10 17 18 Ii5] ; I house: U now open for the re. :300 do. Ituzors, 'Bultlier's,' 'Rod could U be traced lo physical disqualifications many- iretnient of the various complaints ;treated do. Lemher d v
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,*?"., 2d.2L :22 23 24 :25 itt M; ception of company and the 1 b gers',' &c. and their attendant disappointments! f, and, with loo little breath to puff, I BOYS light Pegged Calf DROGANS..
i.t,: 20 :w 31JULY 1 traveling public in eral.- Butcher'rf' Dread! and Shoe Knives.: do. heavy do. do. do.
.. ,: Apply them while u is yet lime, in order aiidoo little presumption to impose, he
.
"., .. . ." ,1... situation it advanta- Guns, .lll.lles ll1UI JL'istols. LADIES Black Silk GAIT .R1S.
J utvi: '/7 .. possesses ." to have your unstrung and rei" eii organization hHtoffered to the world, at the merely!
t.'r 4 .4 5 1l 7t ', ." gee over any" other house in the city. "';uo l>..uWc Uouct Oatia.t:: rebraced, revivified and strength nominal price of25cp.nts. ihe fruit of some do. Creoje do..

t c' / 10 : 11 1-4 Irf' 14J1ti Situated on Government street, and front 300 Single do. ... ened. tw.ty j ears' most successful practice.- do. Kid IUn...
ll: ; 250 Double Triggered Rifles\ including REMEMDER Uetld.No do. do. Ties
''' f 17 1H flI2U 2L'ZS: the 1t is exposed lo the mostdeiigliiluf I
ing HILY,
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- 21 20 :2U 27 ZS".l\.l\ :ao I Wesson' celebrated uiuke. lie who places himself under Dr. KINK teacher or parent should be with- do. Jenny Lind Ties.,
I, -/. tl .2 ';3 ,4 '5' u "'; !! e.,6iHr eze, and commands a 300 Pair" 'Pistols I: KevolvW and Single ELIN'S treatment may religiously confid ouihe knoweledge imparted in this iuval- do. Morroco boots (QQAjbte sole.)
.s. bttauliluf VPW "of llijj Hay, Navy Yard barrel. m'his honor do. Strapped( Shoes'
,
,,, 8 U 10 11,1 13 14 as a gentleman, and may rely abj work. It would save years of pain,
lo IU 17 Id IU :20 21fcB and SKi'p'p'in\ The proprietor hopes to 3000 'Sloop's, Ruggles, Nourse and Ma upon the assurance, that the secrets of DC niutification and sorrow lo the youth undo do. Pegged Drogaus.

2th242o: 20( 27 please all who mAY h' 'nor him with their son's, and oihur cast und" wrought. K's. patients will never be disclosed.: 1 I *heir charge."-Peoples Adoocate. MISSES Kid SLIPPERS:;

2U% 30 31 *v* patronage' (by Assiduous'attention to their Iron Ploughs." Young man-lei no false modesty detel i Presbyterian clergyman in Ohio, wri- do. do. Brogang.
Oreen'J'
4I '
A. fJI.WIi'l': ; : : 1 2 a 4 coinftjil and wants, and will spare nothing 150 a Siiu-lair'u and other you Irom making your case known to one lin of"Hunter's 1\Iedlcoll\1anualu says:- do. Morocco Brogav.CHILDREN'S .
:
{ Q 0 7' 6 1 U 11 in making his table as attractive as Straw: CULLers.'I who, from education and respectability "T ousands upon thousands of our youth, :; Murocto DROGANS..
"'f < 1 1u? pOI.lIible
; .,j,"" I 14 13 11 1 15 102a 18 J. %V. HALL, 200 Alcjntyre't' ,) other cam Shellers can certainly: befriend you. by nl example and influence of the passion do. do. Waiters.
-, h) 20' :21 22 24 25SEPTJBER 300 Yard and Railroad Harrow Too mauy think they will conceal the! have been led into the habit of eel f A. J. LAMUERTON': .
a :z272.z3o3': : ; : Proprietor. 50 Cultivators and Road Scrapers. secret in their own hearts, and cure ihem pol tion,without realizing the sin and fear. W rrin ton, Fla., July 9, 1853
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Pennncola : 1853-19-tl .
HO
1V :' .' 1 .- July- _, _ 300 Sets Blacksmith Tooli.' selves. Alas! how often is this a fatal de lul insequentesupoD themselves and their S
\ -?', ;?',-> 2 :3 4 V6 0 7 .B A CARD.The ., 300 do. Carpenter Too lusion, maid/ how many u promising young pos -rity. The constitutions of thousands Spring Goods.
/ tfn "> '" 0 I 10 I if 12 Itf' 14 15 undersigned: respectful 150) 4q.| Farmers', 'foollrJoo ; man, who might have been an ornament Iwhi are raising families have been imfeeple A J. L.AiUHiiCTOiV! has

,., 10 17 It) If :*0 21 :22: Iy informs the citizens in gen duo Shoemakers' Tools.* to socie/y/ has faded from the earth. ( tf not broken down, and they'do not- .L J _. just received a 'trash supply ul

,tt, 23 21 '25. ij 27. 28, 211 a. eral and transient visitors, that 300 (10.| Iron, Axle' Tree': Stric/urea! / of the urethra. are raoidlv re- knoir. the cause or 'the cure. Anything Goods, viz :

"u' ''' 3U '1 \ the best. of accommodations can .1J1ss. moyeojijy the application? of a new, t'herapeulic1 oalcan DO done 80 lo enlighten and influ-- Cambric, Jaconet, Swissl Book, Plaid,

r pC'fOnEfJ) '\ .' i :$ 4 6 Uu1 bo had ai his House, situated immediately 'Wm. Rowlalld'I5aud'' 'lt ;d' C.. 8. .Mill agent used only by Dr. J... WEAKNESS Inc the public mind as to check, and ul. Mull, and dolled fliusluwj; Vi II lana und
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I' '2' U 10 11 12 i3Jh. opponiie the Navy Yard Norlh, Gate.lie .- and Cross Cut Saws.: SPit .71: AD CONSTITUTIONAL DEBILITY PBOMPTLY |mi ely to remove this wide-apread source Linen Lawn, Linen Cambric, Irish Linen,

.' I,. ,j4 15 lU 17 l IS IU :20 wl/laplHe/ no pains or expense 'make Haws, Circular Saws, Back Commas flAED, AND FULl VIGOR RESTORED.. 11 l h man wretchedness, would confer thee Plain and Damask: LInen Towels and Table

W'fi' "4' ,v 2J'&j ''lJ: 24 :25 2ti :27 thone that mayfavor hint with their, patronage and other Saws. 7 COUNTRY INVALID ..r wst blessing next_ to the religion of Cloths ; Bird Eye, Hucaback, Russia
,A. 2. !ill 30 :31 -- ( as comfortable as his utmost nbllities Iron Axlu Trees, Caniage Sprir;$ Pipe Chi have (stating their cte, expljcil- :fesq Chfjst: on the present and coming and Table iJimiperFig'd Linen Napkin/

NOV, '.D R' ; \ '. \ 9 3 I will permit. His table will be supplied Boxes, &c' Iy, /ogether with all their symptoms, per $ne aton.{ Intemperance (or the use of Linen Moscheto Nell,, Brown Holland,
I )" \I" 4' 5 ti 7 a w lo with every delicacy the season aud 300 Steel Corn 'Mill-with an4 without, leier enclosing remittance) Dr. K's Uto: eating drinks)' tliough. it haa slain Grey Linen, Linen Check, Apron Check,

: If 12 13: 14 15: IU 17 market can afford. Charges moderate.Uy .- /fly whrrl. J mjtticine, appropriated accordingly tlou ads upon thousands, is not q grea-. Crash, Linen Drilling and Sheeting, Plain
", 18! IU 20 21 :22 :23 :24 giving'' his personal attention' to the '400 dozen Coffee Mills. forwarded lo any part of the United t tit s urge to' the human race Accept Hemstitched, Fig'd and t/'luna Linen Cambric ; '

1., :25U272820rn. : ) house In general, he will endeavor to give Gin .tlinnfacfnrer' Goods S1hies1 packed secure (corn 11AM.ilGEor ny t uuljs on behalf of the afflicted, and Handkerchiefs, Linen Thread, SWIM: ,
P CE'D R"' '. ; 1 satisfaction to all who may favor him Sheet, Cast Steel Screws, $itt Hinges. CUlUOSl'ry bdieeiqa your co.worker in the, !good Jaconet, Cambric and Cotton Edgings!! Iud
i-. .. 2'3 '4 6' 6 l' Ii: wilh a call.CJ" Glue, Auger Bits, Brissett &c., &c.IIouarcFuriiii'Ii1nf ( HEAD wink you are so actively engaged in." Insertions Wash Blond, Blue and Black

0 10 It 12 13 14 1 Z : Every attention paid to the care Good8A'c YOUTH and MANHOOD IJII copy (securely enveloped) will be i'renchlerlno! Colored Tailtou, Dime,

.. ., 10 17 10 19 20 :2> :22 and, feeding. of, Horses.. :' A largo an8ortmeQi ut.lifawt. Andirons A. vigorous Life or a fOM'a dod, Ire of( postage lo any part ol Red, White and .'lg'tI'eUuw Flannels,
2324252ti2722U: : D, MARTIN. stylish pattern/" F1NKELIN on SELF premature Death. ihdUtued\ Sutes! for 25 vents: or mx. co- Ladies Fancy !Silk! and Woolen Ties, Cm-

'-4' ,3),) 81 Woolaoy, Fla., Oct. 18lh, 1854-31-tf Shovel and Tonas. I -- 25- PRESERVATION- pia, for 81.- Address. (..DO.d- --. r--n nnjuar I1ILL)1 ---. llemeu's Fnucy Silkllandkeicbiels, NeckercUiefs .
-- --- Iron Fenders Nursery: Fenders. ) Unly Centt. 1& CO. and Cravats.; Hove Hllndk'lat Plain .
: It I ) MUtlQUCIO, or JJUJt 19(5(
A to the Ladles.DB. is '
Card a work
Jamb Hooks,' Draft, Wire And pierced.Pokers I eminently required as a, Phladjlphia. and Fig'd Uobinet, Plain and Fig'd White
MQHPNO, 'Ir.| a. I MORENO
f. E. 'NFRIST'S French Periodl- Steak ad Chafing Dishes. means of reforming the vices of the in. flj" ooksellers Lace Nell Black Lace sod
'v': nRq1'n lite f 6NATURE'S CanYIIRSertl and Book I Veils, Blue
MOUtJNq; ,
which -
Cal Life Pills have dyer in. we live. Also '
j ilerctantaIMPORTERS proved Steel Fire lrm in fancy payerus.A I BUpplied on the moelliberal 'erlns. Green Barege for Veils, RUin and FI'dAlplU
tonunlsslon .
{
._ a' fallible eradicating any difficulty,'and Oeneral'Afortment JfHare.. J $J'ithi GUIDE, Jlu'g.. ilL 4, 18l20ly : d, Plain! and Fig'd Velvet) assorted
AND removing all 'tobstructions and stoppages Ivory kaodled Knives and Forks/ ii Rules for the Prolongation Life, -, colors, Worked' Plaids and Liiibeyn, flair

OF of the menses*. These pill have been used acts, Sl/tetea each, and in dozens ;J''yble( juttfrom the Prets. Fresli: Groceries. and Fig'd Red Oil Calicoes Turkey KeH(

llaynnvi! l'l'Otluec, Coiree, SUI'nr for years in the private practice of French Knives only. Tray, Winers, Nu4neg A letter with a remittance of 25 cent., ECEIVED.ESS ; Cotton Blue and Dlutf French (.;lIhcue ,

uiia (3ljltVI.I .' physicians, and, to some extent, in this Grate", Toasling torks, Brass and rOil or the value in posl office stamps, address: ESS UEEF:; and PORK. Linen, Late, Black Lasting, Pearl, Agate,

I ::NO.. 31 'Old Lee, 4Se\v Orleans./ country; Urged by many ladies who have buulJ Pails, Cedar ana Painted fub ed! to-Dr. I I KELJN, PIA.. will secure Lj. Beef( and Pigs Tongues bilk, Gilt and Bone Buttons, Velul anQ ,
June 10 1d54.12Gwx used the Periodical Life Pills, Dr. Trisi 11rflta and British mettl, Uutl/ eftirns, a copy of either of the above books by re //ill is and Shoulders Silk Trimming and Gimp, :PUio ajjd bu>
1 I Has) been induced to call the attention of 'jma mind Cream! Pots, CarMl sLick U rid. turn of mail; or 12 copies will be sent free ilallerel.! ., ped Ginghams, 2d Mourning Gu l'IDi

4 :SUtItUt Uiul iiurues !UuI1U the public to their wonderful properties' ion, Selves, Saucepans,'. Tea Ietties, of postage lor SI. llooksellers Canvas- tl loir and Pickles. and Calicoes, Hosiery, Gloves, t>$u.pn-
factory: III the alleviation/ of suffering from any irregularity Eutiiuelied NVare generilly, IUe,<.ng'oll' ers, ravelling Agents, &e., supplied 4.. >rieu Tea*, ders, Silk and Cotton Briuidsand Lacert

c GQACil 'j'JUJlJl1NG.' ," dt'whatever nature, as well ato / I Andirons and Coffee Pots, Flit IUes, wholesale al th., publisher's prices,, which loaf, Crushed Powdered and Drown Linen and Cotton ,Tapes, Bouue\. ',ecl>
prevent pregnancy ill those ladies who'health. 'e ,Cru l Frames Spoons Iau. admits of a !large profit.' t Sugars.: and Ribbons ",
liiiiIA.G ,:Q. itV' .i ("IN Spitioqb, Cap Fig'd Table Co"ir
.will 1)01 permit of an Increase o KJ: Alt Letter must be >'a$?r ana Soda. Biscuit
treipetUully inform lbpTPuu8col C&IIZdUi terns, Crumping Curlm"' and! F/aMe I. I March jiOst PWinters' d. Madrars Handkerchicl, Saliu Vv.imit''
25
family.Pregnant. Plo
1854-l-ly and French
Bread.
: l. an4lX* vtciuity, thtt\ ,he h IA those ,u\'ot'ilg I MucaOtLiI. Oil Silk, Sewing Silk, Uwb
females Rloiiid
or ( Java Coffee.
STO I'JCS. I ) and Eyes Patent Coatts
a t>h6p ou PaUfox street for the like Tbred, : tipWl
opened lbtrmtel,., $o, will-not, of'eour*, .( Claus aud Lisboters
300 Cooking Stoves of House. Cotton Nail Hair Tooth Clothes b1vtng '
Manufacture of 3APULlS: and HA11- vtr!#s improv ,
these Pills, as Dr. Trist'' assume* l f4 wiponstbilny Spann\ Star: and Tallow!' eandl bllud
td .
NESS,.and will keep on uaud. or make to I this pattern* I/ I Dueling and !Shoe Brushes,
grdert.of .fresh, instorUls. the following, after admonjtpnJbeir mischief 400 ,Parlor, Bedroom, ChuUandveru TII' The undersigned beg ,leave Mushrd and Vinegdj1.lUvuia Uoxes, Puw der Boxes and Puffs, V> "lie-l
s rUcJeH' .inlldnes:" hbwever' woulJ prewn/iny Atovea.Vilu I ; lo inform their fiiends aqd the!' Preserved .end Guaya. Jelly. bout, bhaviug Creuin, Military Sbuiol
hh -r a
** Ladies and Misses Saddles. tub under any 4'tow pOmataucm.hieware Pills are \. a general aat-orlnWof all other public in general, that they Ameicao Preserves, Jellies and Jams.: and 'ui1eL.SUII'II, Watch Guards, Zepd)

Gentlemen' Bpaulnh. Mexican Auieri bybli oT-imposltlon.; who will go ..Ja belonging to their1; 'oC busineu, have just re-opened lime Houelarinerly Ouiols and l'oLa\\ .. Worsted, Silk and. Coilun Purees, Aiuucta '
can aud English SaddUs.: soldonly E..cItI9's}i to nil of which they 10110Plsulers ? "emion I of kepi by the late Mr. CHARLES CoruUru wo and Matches, >, Co-i Link, Powder Horns and M><*

. Bridles, Bridle Fillings, Martingals, of forward the a box lo with any lUipl af directions any! ,part'ou Merchants and. !chanica''visit WINTERS, on Palafox sireet. This Cran& rrttfH and Leuiuns, pourhes, Gunpowder, ftbot and Percwit
Leathers country, lug thi and offer for 4e at low terms. House will be conducted on the same Caelilk', Browu and Fancy Soaps. Caps Hide Keddmf
Girths.- Surcingles, Stirrup: Extra :, wf Three DolIrt0b0' !e | an a 'J le t- city, style TucKiug. Ivory, ,
p. Runs., $hjbUetuaI1'Larv. 4c. receipt December 30, iS544hOI'POSL'l'ION as heretofore, for the accommodation of UU !:/Liueed, Sperm and Lard Oil. sad Pocket Coinb,.. Tnfuibies., Budki"Tweezers >>>>

:,. JlAUNEaS .Coach and' Buggy |Jl(., tar, post-paid A.t.reN.. TIUST, permauent or transient Boarders. Coar4 fine and tbleSiult. Comb Cleaner, Hair I'-

.cess, ali qualities ) Stage', NVtryvp: "ndDrsy 68 Cr 4 A New \\It1. City.December to ) POSITION Independent (rosa the Boarding House, Tobacco Cayenne lId black Pepper,' Looking Glares, Oed Cord, &pur, bI yf
S. there ie. RESTAURAT: whre the tud Segars. Pocket. Kum and tue''''
llartwiM, complete or in parls a 1 :a-H-9w AND traveler wi'felll, was, 54suzs: '
."'CuU.f8t'Kllnrf Bridled l Mild, PlauUlion 3f than of business, or of pleasure, can Painted Pius and Tubs.SaleratusjStarch Wafers, Coik hcrttw., Steel Peas 5 *
Gear of eireVy descripiiou.lvCoehes ,, No Mon/poIy/ have his meals served pp ilL all hours. : Indigo, Nutmeg Holders, ludu Rubber Balls and K'tuVft

) *ud Buggies trimmed to order jjujisni. removed 'I'he'lIbJe will be supplied with the best Cloves, Allspice, Almonds, Perfumery, Diaper Pin( *, Curtain: W"1.1Urtdles
IL.: F subscriber hAu/g his *
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II XU1E the market& affords. k'rce "V""
nelLLJ "11. ""ed. London. moderate. S Circiugics, GertU*, TuekiiiJ,
1k.j..UepltirI ) DJ ksv' r..C MIfINo., three door Fs' uftbe Old Stand .
the .Cora HV 0 is and Bc4n. !
the shop hjprchIaela Lea ab&It w nll. d extm- MEY1CA2'' ,c will yvu rmt4 hits masterlytxpour'O to the Rooms (orwerl/ cupcd!' by Gouza. IQ'Au.cblld: to premises are &good: T aeLburf.Lb me iK, Hickory Stripe, Saim, Jeao, fW
t STABLES: aud 'careful Hostlers.MICHAEL every other article kept and l'rus'amid l
Stripes Calicoes Furniture
chuL'J'wb'ro.' / ( ihe ,
I April l 12 lc' & Nicholson keep 'unbao"
J8f : w/ coiieiauily ; in a well fu'ktshed?
QUIGLES. Grocery Store. All u.df'1"
axe arUcles manufactured iu ,4rater1ei of Itomel ,of SEASON Fringes, Brow aud !
INow r: a general assont : JOSEPH 'QUIGLES. goods purchiwd of us will be delivered ,"
Lime fur bM.tl Jii.&erltll1p' -. Paice 61.; OLE audJ'peetfully invitea Coitoos Culoied Catubiim, Needle
JOHN I\ JK:\ EVT GOODS: < hufriends Pensacola, December 17, I LI wilbiu one p le of the store free of charge. Pins, Navy Uuitou*. < c At:.' '
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Jaladlnl froia Ii'tr'; i. ", CO., sad the puP generally, to give J . I ..A. LAMUERTON. < CFJttibrelUs : <
1200 tJarrf J. T'jtOIUttV .. ','''." I/ Publishers 'Boston. him..a call .beforl/urcbasiug eUewbere Lumber \ A1.IiO-AQ: assorim ut of Hats,
for Sale. : Warring j, Fla., July 9, 1$ ( (>fe'
ftfrpie uaber 23 BouU Show TruuU
1864-:27 4w ,
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neither b
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ton htoiie Lime bichNwe -'C./ caipv > '
wii, : > "
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y pmp *
any e ublUhn iu>Mie County. 500 1000felELLp riflllK tiib I .ki cash prices paid tug, QYeeIl.w.r., hutluuary, Itard
,ell at New Orleaus I COUb.V.J dr''N
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prictl I ( '
pr'Bl"of
tluuiJests.q Paints Glaju. snail
l b. PUKSER4J ; :: will be JL. for,ijlde Putty, and a
c. r. KNAPP dc Co. .; fMJWPTS not re- by the auueraigoedEscaubia at 'iera' 'si4 .f JJeer oldua:: x '
! AlepicJaw4o;
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J io cerved for kood stay store.
oo.'I'lC & stave lUatuJfe.b A JQ-1N LAMBERTON.WarringtonfFI Bay. .S .'... JJees\YaXf by PlesM g.tc us s ra/l/1 M '*! oak; >'
JESSE PRlf I
1 t C. P. KNAPP 5 Co.
4A1.Z. 'I Turrlvvwa. /, 4ur' lt. 38.54. Drrpiber :4, < char telor vhuVtog .ilt' Wd..
; lJ.40m.ll, rppsscoiaNoy 8 385 1
W.gtibgtoa fla.! July, 15'

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