The Floridian & journal

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The Floridian & journal
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Floridian and journal
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Tallahassee Fla
Maxwell & Hilton
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July 22, 1854
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Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
30.451667 x -84.268533


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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
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Ceased in 1865?
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Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
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Supplements accompany some issues.

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Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
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: -rO& THE MOMMAS A JOCKNAL.fiiveii we mUll conclude it to be sheer inability or Democratic Meeting in Hillsboro' County. On motion of Judge Anderson, a commit through or over the territory of the State ection of the General Land Office,and that the r r,

,8 lid Mineral Eping fatuity prevents the people of those Counties At a Democratic Meeting of Hillsborough tee of five was appointed to confer with a aforesaid : Provided, That before the grantingof same be executed aa earlY:8 practicable. ,
EubtUt&nt8n of loritta.norid from not making tbe Ockla.aba navigable for steam similar committee from Pensacola and committees for vessel Approved 29th 1854. j"
x County, held at Tampa, on the 26th of June, register any steamboat own '.
The of the beats tbe
boats. owners now plying on .
>* justly (neJ tlia 4< Luid of Flowers.Wi ."- river have desire that it should be thoroughly improved 1854, Captain; JAMES McKAY, was appoin. from the country precincts in regardto ed by said company to be Vmployed as :! .

1i1&justioe *lie ""! be called the Land ofbulltrrranl'lO as D then their occupation would be gone.- ted Chairman, and JAMES T. MAGDEE, requested the nomination of suitable candidates for aforesaid, the President of said company [Public, No. 31.] :K

Rivera and Mineral Springs. It U true They know that their pole Llt would then be speedily to set as Secretary. the State Legislature! and other officers at the shall swear or affirm that the said steamboat AX ACT to aid the Territory of Minno- t : ,.

beT/tlFffts, prairie, Pa J ll. are ever gorgeous- superceded by large more useful vessels, that Upon taking the chair, Capt. McKay explained October election. or vessels is owned by said company : that ota in the construction of a rtilroad.thcre- .
\bat i, flrtted with countless wlld.ft"Vo'el't that neveir would carry Besides freight fifty per could cent send less off than and the receive pres- that the object of the meeting was to I Messrs. Devery, Smith White Lamberton all the officers and at least two thirds of the In. rv ;f" .
cut rate. they I'-
JJ jejiarm the sight by their deep and commingling their merchandize with more certainty and despatch. appoint a suitable person, or persons, to rep I and Sweeney were appointed on the committee crew are citizens of tho United Statesor, ,persons Be enacted by the Senate the House of Representatives 1rt.vji.:;.f-

Mitt. l>j tf clr glowing colors IWd exquisitely \ariga.\ There is no probable way of effecting this good and resent the democratic patty of this couuty in I and were directed by the Chair to report not the subjects of any foreign Prince of the United States of America '*";i';,
thaJe They impregnate the air, and ravikh the extremely useful woik, but by gUing a Company n a convention to be held] at Madison Courthouse their proceeding to a subsequent meeting. or State ; that all the officers and directors of in Congress assembled.That there be, and is, 'hi_v,L

td with their delkiously flagrant (der8'. They charter for the purpose; )'e1 this is the worst way would by on the 2d Monday in July next, to The meeting was then, on motion, adjourn. said company are citizens of the United i hereby granted to the:Territory Minnesota :' ; .
'n could be
which it
accomplished. Puuet'r
Jcn nominate democratic candidate States, and that two thirds of the stock of for the of .
a to in '
male th< tensltive beholder involuntarily exclaimith find it more advantageous and agreeable to go by represent ed.'V i purpose aiding the construction: .i .
admiration. steam up and down the river than be crushed and the State of Florida in Congress.On MORRILL, Chairman.D. said company is owned by citizens of tbe of a railroad from ,the southern line of said '. -:
,. joyous along by motion committee of four DAVIDSON, Secretary. United States; which oath or affirmation
flower is born to blush unseen, hampered in a stage dragged poor. a were appointed Territory, commencing at a point between .' (
4. Full a evil I
attending ,
miny whipped jaded horses. There i is another the Chair of Gen.Jesse shallbedeemed sufficient without nine '
the desert air." Brook. There by consisting requireing township ranges and seventeen, thence :' :..
on Fort
its sweetiu-as at
And ai>te truthful that el he is extensively ia hotel the or medicinal beuse of spring entertainment at it yet. Will | Carter K. T. Kendrick, Esq., Dr. Deaven- Democratic Meeting in Santa Rosa County.A the oath or animation of any other person by the way of St. Paul, by tbe most practicable :.f :

But it is equally number ubterraueau riv not no some enterprising man remedy this inconvenience? port, Maranda, Esq, and Col. Rawls, to meeting of the Democracy of Santa Rosa interested or concerned in sail steamboat or route to the eastern line of said Territory .!_ .

traversed with a greater other Lota.ean be bought for tv to forty dollars each.- draft suitable resolutions, and submit them County, held at the Court House Milton: I vessels] : And provided further, That a register in the direction of Lake Superior,every alternate !.
'fl,ttrk. and thermal springs, than any part There 1 a good chance a man of small capital t<> for the action of the mealing. The committee on Wednesday evening, 28th nIL, for the pur. issued under this act shall continue in.I section of I land designated by odd numbers .;i-. ,
of the world of equal ai'ML What cuhauces their importance make. profitable investment there while the town is i r lirPlt and after deliberation returned the (I pose of appointing: Delegates to the Convention force one year and no longer unless President. for six sections in width nn. "tHJ. c.-la nr .

; aud our admiration of these pbcnomena the is, in The it incipient prospect state.of having rail loads or plank roads to:' f following i resolutions, which were received I It to bo held at Madison' Fla., on the second of the company aforesaid shall, within one I said road within said ;Territory, b t-i in case i it ,:'

Ibtt they are uo leas absorbingly interesting to \ any great extent in Floiida during this generation is and unanimously adopted : j Monday in July inst, to nominate a candidate year from the date of the register, make anew I shall appear that the United States have, *- I
geologist lbiloeopber, and cbtmUt, thin they are rather gloomy if we take the il'-talk anJnowotkevftem Resolved, That the consignation of the late-! for Congress. the oath or affirmation aforesaid, and the when the line of said road is definitely fixed '.*

cotvvmerciavly useful to the agriculturist,aud mercbaut; of the pa!t as an indication of the present and j I Nebraska and Kansas measure in Congress ; On motion, Jos. Mitchell, Esq., was called collector of the customs shall certify the date by the authority aforesaid, said any section or .':"
beneficial to thc invalid and valetndmaiian. future. Would it not be expedient then t clean out to the Chair and Edward J. Judah of said renewed oath I ,
and medicinally livers harbors in this case 't They are numeioua. : is a triumph of the great: principles of republican appointed or affirmation on the any part tlfereof granted as a foresaidor that :; ,.
Far Ute greater number of these tulrivptrterrantan und can llll be made efficient for one bundiedtb !part of: equality and constitutional rights, embodying Secretary. t back of said register, which shall continue the right ofpre-emption has attached to tho :: .

rivers are partly or wb lly navigable for the expense and trouble that would b required to i tht fundamental elements of free government Th- chairman arose and in a few appropri. : in force for one ear from said date, and the same, then it shall be lawful for any agent *.,..,'. ",

the smaller clnas of IIteam and sail recseU throughoutthe build rail and ;plauk roads to effect saiiT- am.uuoferice. over the combined opposition ofj ate and pertinent remarks explained the object -; oath or affirmation may be so renewed and or agents to be appoi.ited by the governor of -
entire distance of their eupcrterraoeans courses Perhaps means the(naxigution facilities ,afforded are some the of Agrrcultuists the ), corrupt abolition: and religious fanaticism, and of tho meeting after which ballotings and the endorsement so made once in each said Territory, subject to the approval of the '

Tho* that) are not can be made so, with comparati causes which tit make them uppanntly indifferent t.v' the influences of a'l other enemies of this freo were liken for two delegates to said com-eu.1 and every year thereafter, and tbo register Secretary of the Interior, to select from the ,::. ..

ti> small trouble and little expense. "Wakulla. 0 i ail, and plank mads. One fouith of the populationhave :. and happy Union. tion \\Iiich resulted in the election of )Messrs.I shall continue in force accordingly.Sec. lands of the United States nearest to tho tier : ',

cilia Waicina, t'I' ."t&1, Homusasia, CbesiuuitAaV'iclcawatcba nut to haul foity-milee tIle one-half not thirty :. Resolved! That to Mr. Douglas, the author Jos. Mitchell and Silas Jernigan. I 2. And be it further enacted, That be- of sections above specified, so much land in .

and Silver Spring, arc the piiucipaltubtupeitfiranean I miles, and the other! fourth another not twenty of tlie causes miles to navi I I of the Nebraska bill, the northern Democrats The following Resolutions were then adopted fore granting a register to any steamboat or alternate sections or parts: sections, as shall =, :.
iiert. fit cieelts of t1.i. denomination guble! 1cihaps maybe it and : I vessel owned the aforesaid the be to such l .
owing dt"pt.middling class! settlers.-the tnost enterpn whose patriotism t-ustained to all its by company equal Unds as the United States .
are too n eicus to mention ; most If ing and useul.f e'cry. ulhmoutiitybeing too supporters the gratitude of every republicanheart I Rrsalred, That should circum-tances prevent I' preaident thereof shall, together with one or I have sold, or to which the right of pre-emp

them afford fine MU Sftea. The nutuber of zniueralutI sonice in ,d much good in the way of is duo; ours we tendej most cordially. :I II : the delegates elected by this meeting to : more sureties tho satisfaction of the collector ]- tion( has attached as aforesaid which lands \&. .

tbcrnial epriugs bas not been ascertained II i is internal itnprovennt.ts The large l'lnter the I Rewhrd, That the stern vindication of tile'II i the Madison Convention from attending, that of tho customs, by whom, under tbe (thus selected in lieu of those sold, and to .

sure tbau two tbousaEd. In abort tbe upper stratum nuM. numerous. influential and amid wealthy to devote, find all it nioreceitam. their Constitution, laws, and national honor,by the I they he empowered to appoint proxies. 1 I direction of the Secretary of the Treasury, which pre-emption has attached as aforesaid :.

ii f Florida might with truth be considered ae resting Mp' und pleasant attention to} r"ftnbJe. of tujar amid Administration manifested: in the late ab- I i Resolved, That it be l left to the discre'ionof the register may be issued, become bound to together with the sections o=pa:13 of section .

on one vast network of irregular arches of I' cotton, tl"U to internal ii.iprovcmen'i tJe ; to the patron- oli'ion demonstration in Iloston, merits the the delegates elected by this meeting, (or I I the United States' in the sum of twenty five I designated by odd numbers as aforsaid and -1]t

magnitude through \sbich innumerable\ rivers cit-elv. t7u1.r of foieign and Ilrther merchants in ]>rtfereuce commendation of the country.RrxolrrtI their proxies) as to their manner of voting inI I I thousand dollars with condition that the appropriated as aforesaid)shall be held by <* .*

and mineral waters, in wlcnt uaiknens perpKuully j to th i-e (-f FloiiJa. They mAe tugar and cotton t. : That the able and patriotic vindication the Convention. steamboat or vessel shall be solely employed; the Territory of Minnesota for the use and '.
( and to make und cotton I' .
l\)'IIf. 0 I/ird bow tr.anifjld. art thy *"I4\ in I buy, to Negn-es ship the buy North negroen or Euiope.. and sugar(room thence of the titlltion-the institu'ions! II I Resolved, That n copy of the proceedings : in the transportation of merchandise and I purpose aforesaid : Provided, That the land3 ., ,

Tiftdim i has thou made them all: the earth. in fu'l of I get their supplivh tl in return : w> that they gave our : and rights of the South, by the lion. A. E. I of this meeting be furnished to the Editor of: passengers between the Atlantic and Pacific to be so located shall in no ease be further .

thy riches. Who Inytth tbe beams of his chamber j I (\\"I tneichauta the trouble, and themselves the, cotnmluiimls Maxwell, our Representative in Congress, in the Florida Democrat" with a request that potts of the United States as aforesaid : that than fifteen miles from the line of the road :n -.. 1 I

in the -atet1l.-PbIllm 104. (,f bhipiut'Uts. Uehides they uionopolire lorsiKeuluti"n. I suppoit of the Nebraska measure, meets our ho will publish them. I!: the register shall be solely] used for aid steamboat each case, and selected for and on account of .
to the tlin-ounigetiieft: : tIlt pnoi Bcttleio, : The meeting then adjourned. vessel that it shall not be sold lent said road Provided ;
The mineral springs are of various sires and of diff I the best of the laivU. liI1..t i of them. This stp. hearty approval and commendation.ttt'snhcd. I I I or ; : further That the land .
.rent medicinal virtues. Tbeir principal solid ingredients I the emigration of the iniduling; eLss l. n'tnrds iuteiualininrovciiituts Thai our delegates) to the Madi JOS. MITCHELL, Chairman. or otherwise disposed of to any other company 'I hereby granted shall be exclusively applied in : .
the) sulphates of lime, magnesia arid coda;- and tile piorperitv" of F\lli.a! : on Convention bo instructed to use thnrl ED. J. Jruvu, Secretary : person or persons; and t case the construction of that road for which i it was '1 '.t
are J. M. IPALATF.A I 1 such steamboat vessel shall be sold! lost and selected .
hide of and some iodine. Their volatile irgreii l hi'st efforts to procure the nomination of the ---- -- or granted and shall be disposed r
cuts consist: of sulphuretted hydrogen, carbonic acid J EAr__.__TLA._ ____u __ Hon. A. E. Maxwell, as the Democratic Candidates ,, BY AUTHORITY. !i or otherwise prevented Irorn returning to the I of only as the work progresses, and the same f !
the election. United States the said register shall, within shall be applied to other
EUROPE. I for Congress, nt ensuing \\'ba ev.
if DAYS LATER FROM purpose
*nd nitrogen paset. Th'e gases soon evaporate THREE LAWS OF TIlE eXITED STATES. V
RcsolvCfl, That these proceedings be published six months thereafter, if'preserved, be returned er : And provided further, That and all .
in vesstl l to the atmo any
the water exposed an open THF
t'htfp'.', iu ta!te then became iii pid m some in tan ARRIVAL OF ASIA i in the Tampa Herald, and Floridian & t j [Public, No. 21.] t to the collector of the customs who issued: lands heretofore reserved to tha United States
(-g either mnguesion 01 a'tid. TIlt mineral, tpringe' io- Nn\v YOKE, July 1'2, R.2Q p. m. Journal, Tallahassee.Jen. :, it or to the register ol the treasury for cnn- !i I by any act of Congress, or in any other manner -
"nri.htemerge from the lwttotii and, margins ofl The A"in, with Liverpool dates. of the I 1-t JESSE CARTER, was th(n placed; AN ACT confirming certain land claims inI cella'ion ; and on 'failure to comply with any I by competent authority, for the purpose of

*\'*. rivers and v.t<*' '\utefi. .t LirLwatt'r"mark. instant, has ju-t arm ivd. She reports Cotton in nomination, to represent the Democratic I Louisiana, in the Bastrop grant. I I of tbe conditions aforesaid; a forfeiture shall I. aiding in any object of internal improvement. ". *;,
tui'thf l le of Old Tampa cliaUlnatespiing" Be it enacted the Senate and .
< liay House ofRepresentatives
iii > many I by '
bubble up through ti of foslphur springs puch up tbrouqh the IOft.f fImn quotably advanced. Lower gradcsare slightbetter. tion and was elected. of the United States of America nal sum named in said bond, to be enforced the same are hereby reserved to the United ,' ,

and on margins of the Suwaimee tiver. TlinseVhermkl IJ, Sales: for the. week 77,000 bales, JAMES K.Y, Chairman. in Congress assembled, That such of the in any court of competent jurisdiction, and the States from the operation of this act, excepl '. ...f
} *|'iriuii 'hich have as yet nfxjuired tlj* pvat- of which 17,000ee taken by j-pcculatorfc JAMES T. MAGIIEF., Sccretary.I claims entered in the report dated thirtieth of outstanding register shall be null and void. so far as it may be found necessary to locate ;.' "
t el 1..llI'i1 l for cuiatir quahtif, are trn.e at Sew July, eighteen hundred and fifty-two, of the 1
I i the route of said railroad .
Suwa'tneand Orange Cieek. Ho'w dial! weaccount and tOO() by (exporters. JVlilligan quotes : Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That through such re- *
1 1wbrt for the \f>number of these spniiirj. and the Fair Orleans. I Democratic Meeting in Escambia. ;i register and receiver at Monroe J Louisiana, whenever the officer to whom said register served lands, in which case the right of way *

rcttiarityoftheir Ux-atioot. unleM by pi esmningr that Middling! OrIt'zmus. .. . ., ...|'J. At a public int-eting of the Democratic voters -i as in their opinion ought to be confirmed, I had been issued shall cease to be the president only shall be granted, subject to the approval ', *
I lie lower fo1l.ata Lave in their innumeniWe beds Fair Upland '. ,.. ,. .fijd. \ of the of EFcauihi.i held by previous according to tho principles recognized in the : of said company, any register which mayi of the President of the United States. s'
ores, '5th whwb the ,eius of water, or the Middling: Upland .. ,. ...&:rl County at the Village of \V'-, act of Congress of the third March, eighteen i have been issued in his nane shall be void, Sec. 2. And be it farther enacted. That '. *
J".lutil.nt-er! coioe hi contact in) their meandernr Canal flour >d at -His. fd., 3f( s. appointment hundred and forty one, pursuant to which the the sections and of sections of :5. I
be i issued in parts
(r"m1'.glJer emirw, and} carry alfig with them, cot Olin 'rington on the 27th day of June 1851, Wm.l I and a new register must compliance
ff rtiong fir the rninerul parliclei and ga 4M of those Od. White .31s. id., : .- I l )Morrill Esq., was called to the Chair, and said report was made, be, and the same are. with tha provisions of this act. which by such grants shall remain to the United J .

the surface 1 And that these places' of JI"g..rge- 1 he ciiticinl reply of Jus"ia to Austria has 1 i-L--; ;. Committee" was appointed to draft i tile limitations relerred to in the opinions oi I' before issuin any register as aforesaid, itj I said road, snail not be sold for less thau doable :" ;
the loweft the tufac"u -.
111"'lt are aluas 9r.t" on the said officers.
been Austria \\ill the minimum
not of the Secretary price.
pmUllgat"lt the shall be proved to -
atteminted of the resolutions,on which following gentlemen
th rr.oet
j robab1y! lftt be advanced that places theMe waters tppf'ratl'ktum' may I occupy Principalities. The battle were nominated. t Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, Thnt of the Treasury that the seamboat! or Sec. 3. And be it farther enacted,That the .

l>riiij these mineral partideo and ga# .ea from ores iml t field seems changing to Crimea. I Messrs. 1'lmomasVlmite, A. J. Lat&bertcn, the confirmation by this act shall only operate vessel for which the registeris to issue shall said lands hereby granted to the said Territory I. .

dJeJ outride of the ll'-ridft ,tbotindaries, the tutAvorif The Austrian all of 20O men are W m. Fell, Jos. Sierra, C. P. Knapp, and B. I as a relinquishment on the part of the have been built and equipped wholly in the shall be subject to the disposal of any .' .: :
that ll\\11' caters would not bf'100 ttnngly imiregnated ] preparing to enter the Piincipalitie: to prevent ; D. Williams. United States, and hall not affect the light United Staets; and said steamboats and vessels l legUlature thereof for the purpose aforesaid s .

'the teds wth or mineral veins of particle ores were and nj any gases eonniderable a! they are.distances if- further hostilities thel e. The Anglo-.I During the retirement of the committee, adverse claimants to the same lands, nor I shall in all respects, be subjects to the and no other, nor shall they enure to the ben ..:

from their plaeea of envereinn. It fs to be hoped French Force at Varna arc preparing for Anderson, of Pensacola was called : prevent a judicial decision in regard to the laws of the United States in the same manner efit of any company heretofore constituted V >J .
thut the next *e Mou of the Florida Legislature will expeditiion into Crimea under Starnard.-I Ijbe Judge to address the meeting which he did I I same; And upon the rendition to the General; r rI as vessels built wholly and registered by and organized, and the said railroad shall be :/ ,. 1 Vi

tnak the n
olngist tion Olher and Chemist States to havewwU.test Ibis very But if important Florida l ques.>e so Prulh. The Turkish ganison are nil readyto the progress of Democracy, under tho administration : approved by tho surveyor general, for any June, 185-1. the government of the United States, free f' -. .

thickly iml.ed&ed with mineral ores will it not dash march on Crimea. On the Ii7th, Napier of Gen. Pierce. confirmation by this act,the Commissioner, from toll or other charge upon the transpor- V r
with the theory of Professor AgasMC who says that was concentrating his forces preparatory to'' The following Resolutions were then offered shall cause a patent to be issued, if satisfied! tation of any property or troops of the United w"...
lloridawas liuilt by the coral wwra and otl er marine an attack on Cron tdt. Both armies in A. :, the Committee, read, and after dis. .I that the same is confirmed and conveyed according I [Public, No. 1.] States,nor shall/ / any of said lands become subject $ : ".
animnlccle t And that it took them upwards of bia are motionless. by to the true intent of this act: Provided -! Joint resolution ofthanks to General John E. to private entry until the same shall have '. '
one hundred thousand years to aeeon-n>lJHh it I It willrequire I cussion and deliberation, unanimously a- Wool.
a good deal of subtle melaJ bysicnreo.llonillg I That if in any case a claim confirmedi been first offered at public sale at the increased ;. ;; ;,
Vo make a faithful BiUiat neqnicee In this doctrine I 1 ROGRESS OF THE CHOLERA IN TIE WEST ( (Iopt'd-1st. Rcsohrd, That in the universal triumph I i this act was not actually located prior to l I- Resolved by the Senate and House of Rep- price. -

or convince other philosopher that ni're' sulpher, ar- UAL-IISOHE, July 11. j of Democracy, we see just cause for the third of March, eighteen hundred and fifty representatives of the Uuited States of America Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That :'.. ',

.euic. carbnnirnm, ana mnltitudianusVoleittncBiib-taB There were 130 deaths by Cholera Chicago : and for I, one, no location of the same shall be made in congress assembled, That the thanksof the lands hereby granted to said Territory, ; "
o'ft ate congeoial to to the taxtes and la>x>urn of these> congratulation on the past, encouragement -' .
minute marine Architects. Even in the faee of audi on Sunday, and 128 in Cincinnati On; to the future. to the prejudice of any actual settler, but Congress are due, and are hereby tendered shall be disposed of by said Territory only;iu'tho: f.

grfat authority as tin ]leaded Professor uad.ubtedl;, the same day. ( 2d. That as we rejoice to find, that in the \ such floating claim may be located en any to Brevet Major General John E. Wool], manner following,that is to say, no title shall i. '. 'i:

is, Floridians will be" dimmed to attribut" tljeir iodebtedneas lu the case of the pnest, charged with national administration, as well as in tho administration public lands in the Ouachita district to which for his distinguished services in the late war vest in the aid Territory of Minnesota, nor ,i' .'.:

rivers and mineral for the springs Land, In of some Flowers.other Euhterrane.-ni than rape on the person of a young in Cincinnati of a vast majority of the State t there may be no existing pre-emption or other with Mexico; and especially for the skill, shall any patent issue for any part of the lands i ; 'i]

to those microeeopic coral makers. I am Hgenry predisposed; the jury could not gr j Governments the principles of Democracyare t valid claim, under such regulations as maybe enterprise, and courage which distinguished hereinbefore mentioned, until a continuous ,- .:
to attribute its elaboration t the direct agency. the in the ascendant, and are manifesting their. prescribed by the Commissioner of the his conduct at the battle of Buena Vista. length of twenty miles of said road shall be 4.: i"
.Almighty Maker of I b t rer PANI? 1:TIE STOCK MARKET. influences in the growing prosperity -I General Land office. Resolved, That the President be requested I completed through the lands hereby granted ; .'
.'lie framed and fixed the salutary sword with suitable devices to and when the of* the Interior shall L ..
i And Iii, Almighty Lad happiness grandeur be presented to General! Wool, as a testimony be satisfied that any twenty miles of said road ,r e :
The excitement the
Upon ioconsUnt floods his made, consequent upon re- < Country. of the high sense entertained by Congress oft are completed, then a patent shall issue for a ; '
Public No. 28. i
The stable CaLi stand. cent Schuyler friends has but partially. aba- :3d. That in the recent struggle upon the [ ] ?_ A.ttA..t ..n n iiifiit.fnne ...H''... .n fl."t.... .n :f.. t' I..J .ns\t e-w tfi A\r* _"" r..nn ftn\" .. '.
Of al the thermal springs that I hare I f;in nor1: 1 1 Nebraska and Kansas lills the principles of AN ACT to reimburse to tbe Common Council 1119 gallallt UI1U JUUltlUUO IxWUUUbk UU 'IUUIIL ui jauua nui eiCftJuinji uue uunurcu j.-j' .
ted.In occasion. and and included within .
memorable sections
ida ad I have seen several! hundreds, none surpasses Boston, the panic in the Stock market ConMitutional Democracy have achieved a of New York city, expenditures made twenty a iv. ;
virtues that at Fort BnxTk ou the York volun Resolved, That the President he requested continuous lengthof twenty miles of said road, sand g-.J'
sanatory Brokers this the first of New
Ocklawaha river. This valuable medicinal caldron,I 'rages fercdJ. are failing daily.WASHINGTON ignal tiiumph, that in effecting of for regiment to cause a copy of the foregoing resolutions so from time to time, patents shaII1.e_ .i issued .;*'.1'.*' J
this Bethesdan boiling pl like every other earthly. owe much to the inflexible] fidelity a teers.lie to be transmitted to General Wool. in like manner upon the completion of .}!J:5- I
good,is attended witn ,! evil I epoutsui NEWS. majority of Northern Democrats who nobly it enacted by the Senate and House of Approved January 24,1854. each additional twenty miles of said road an- *. ,>*, ,! *
I in, and is burrouudej by a wet spongy: ewarup.Tue .- WASHI.NGTON, July) 12. sustained the rights of the South ; while we Representatives of the United States of America til it shall be completed, and if said road i is a ;-r'-' :.1 '

pntprietor liiflkulty to however its says be will obviate by makingto this /erious -" The Senate is engaged on the Homesteadbill. regard it as full of warning to the South and in Congress assembled, That the Secretary [Public, No. 30.] not completed within ten years,no further sali ; ;' ,&* *

t \it 5 plauk walk bnefca abut t"O auimE'nl Ludred.yards th I' 1 Messrs. Clay and Butler assert that its especially to our friends of the other party, of War, in the settlement and adjust. i i AN ACT to enable the President of the United shall be made and the land unsold shall j, ,:" '

length. If be do, it .i the place doublypleasing I passage.would cause the formation of Native that not a solitary Whig from the Northern ment (under the act of Congress of June States to fulfil the third article of the vert to the United States. ; ;;?'... ;
: by contrast, a nlanlu will protect them American Societies in all the Southern States. states was found willing to do the South, the second, eighteen hundred and forty-eight,) of between the United States and the Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, That ?:Bf 5
the ground and the rich treaty
canopy of watery bug trees from the u a\e The green ebullition The House i id still engaged on the River. simple justice in of the admitting New Territories.4th. her to .an equalmrticipation the claims of the common council of New Mexican republic, of the thirtieth of December the United States mail shall be transported 1.f;*4 5
of the waUta of this tbwiacU spring are M violent and Hatbor bill. York for expenditures made in organizing, oe thousand eight hundred and at all times on said railroad under the direc- j it *M
.to eje.e amaU.btIILtlt| but wheth-- That we tender to Franklin Pierce oar transporting, clothing and subsisting the first as amended by the Senate of tion of the Post Office Depnrtiient at such : |$r$',.
er the! b eW al\a quartz, I know Nuw-YoBK ] 12. earnest approval of his administration, and of New York volunteers] commanded fifty-three *
p'\ 01 July regiment price as Congress by ]law direct : Provi- rH
and the it the United States, I may *
a n\.tudinaa and that "
acknowledge the
gratefully ,
t mater Cotton in demand under cheerfully by Colonel Ward B. Burnett, prior to ded That until such is fixed by law,th& i, jjjT
...ty. o a g te unfathomed Continues good he has amply redeemed the pledges made in of said into the service Be it enacted by the Senate and House ofRepresentlltivt'S price
bto juxtapiwiUoo mustering regiments Postmaster General shall hare the t- : a'J t
c&e o br" ae advancing prices. power < ,
of the United States of America .
Presidential Election.5th. -
with' Ui, *of their health his name at the last United States shall be authorized and
,ir restoring xra- The of the ;,; .JI
Belmont] determine the t
ters. Having n D. nor D. D. attached t mv Banking House of Auguste That the political course of our Rep- to allow such of those claims as may in Congress assembled, That the sum of!; same. :" 54d. .
bumble amne. I euot descant upon al the diseases IQ Bever-st, has boon robbed of 14,00. rcbcntative the lion. A. E. Maxwell, meets required by satisfactory vouchers; show- ten millions of dollar be and the same is Appioved 29th Jane, 1854.WugtonAffairs.. \ t. :
'\ on which all the m. iDa properties these waters and the high be supported appropriated, out of in the '.;-ej: : J I
beneficially all events Iwillhazan ADDITIONAL BY'THE: ASIA.NEW.YORK our cordial approval, especially ing that such expenditure had been fairly hereby any money '
t wil taken and maintained by him in relation ] for the not otherwise appropriated, to enable 1.
l deferential suggestion, that in consumptive and stand made, and was necesary and proper treasury \" \ .(
I higb febril I bey are injurious; that in dyspsptic. July 13. to the constitutional, rights of the South. service notwithstanding that such vouchers the President ofthe United States to fulfil the Y&SflhicGTOXIa'y 13. ; ":: '
) aetl, beptc and chrunic diseases they] The ale fleets had not blockaded Odessa 6lh. That we concur with our fellow-citi be informal and defective for want of stipulation in the third article of the treaty In the Senate the Homestead till ;i. ; ;J,ii, ;

will dec a slow, and permanent bneft up 25th. On the tWd of June the zeus in other parts of the State, as to the propriety may : Provided, That tbe: amount al-] between the United States and the Mexican under discussion.. Musara. Clavton' 1JbL e '.3: .. '

pryide me du attention something be paid about to diet and Brook nod iUtkeighborbood. luikish, .%anguardcomposed. h of 28,000 men, of meeting in Convention on the 2d 1nw",1.particularity. shall not exceed three thousand sixseventy republic, of the thirtieth of December, one and Caas T participating. I, .' I

, say. fort Brook u a high Fur, dr bluff.on tb. scha attacked and the drove Russian it vanguard iu Dobrud- Monday" in July] next at Madison Court house, hundred-- and two dollars and ninety thousand eight hundred and fifty-three, as subsequently alien. aiivum Daa neon thiOrOagLly an& : >',
OckUwaha river, and is lbs oucleu will-be wioattdinetQwnofFIoridL I beyond the Trojan wall. to nominate a Candidate for Representativein \> amended by the Senate of the United lyzed.] i-. .

t There many little dc Dcnnistoun, states th CoUn bales for the Congress at the October election, and cents. June 1854. States; of which said sum of ten millionsof In the House, the Rher bd Harbor bill 4j-

-. .fo exportation and importation in this stale t I week to be 75,0 of J 6,0 were ta. while we desire the renomination of our pres Approved 29 dollars, seven millio'is are to be paid on with all aruendtnenta *PJOpriating two anda

I. a -lGh ever having a town of my oonsiderabl'tb ken on speculation. Tlie continue ent distinguished Representative, we pledge the exchange of the ratifications of said treaty half millions, has 'uee ,. pawed. ,
Public No. 29.
) nTr.d tbo* of other states and [ ]
being freely met
Liv. onjy two such .tt good, ourselves to support cordially and zealouslyany and the remaining three millions as soon as -
all thair tr &C depoa lo purp.i, I at unchanged quotations. Stock 0 hand nominated the AN ACT to authorize the issues of registers Return .
; I -c1 resourcee : one who may. be duly by the boundary Hue shall be surveyed, marked ofZlolr JC-TTU Pampero. p
.1 bytrtdioi owned the Transit
0t 1'U compeL. 950,000 baits. convention. to vessels by Accessory and established. '. '
other towns the State, if the In market, on the 28th, Cottonwas distance Company.
i 'te".ue in view of the
ul_ ". -60t to admit The **lei for the week 7th. That great Be it enacted by the Senate and House of The,mryej i(0M? from Mr. Belmo t'. office tL
t actv. this to Madison and the inconvenienCe Public NO. 11.]
u.tonte it! from place [ U
United States of America : Mea ?StW'MdTtItbemaiL:
and 'giutri uvm 10,000 closed at from 75 Representatives of the f44.
dl lu wok ty amp I W, WU e, to 100 {bae'& making the journey at sear in ,Congrtsa assembled, That the Secretary JOINT RESOLUTION directing tbe con. TJB stoaBwr Pal per from New OrUanj, Ii fl
t d '; to Fort ralCLRi of the we request our fellow citizensthe in Alabama '
eon year, nexion of the public ;
for iz a and be is ? surreys putiotoii'aajM.sliortol'coaL:
under he
active the hereby
d in Liverpool, more of Treasury ,
dr. i
IricU JLttioD and patn lIon. George S. Hawkins and C. E. with the boundary line between the Sta ,- __ _--a-----
ty oOe.of the Jatter Al dept lu C the e at. & advancing prces Ca.roliuswa.a, ,worth 17s. Dyke, Esq., Editor of the Floridian, to rep. authorized to cause registers of the to be" Acceu issued in of A.a'and] Florida. GI Oiot or TUZ Bwr. Pint*--W. have beardwas

clr out. t yO k the people (f Ala. t 1 7L,6d.. resent this county in the Convention and the name of the President" under ry Risolved by the Senate and House of pcrperaW hy dergynwii. H. has .
.0. !al very is directed to furnish Transit Company incorporated Representatives j ji* naiud tn marritge a couple whoce Chris-
et ,
the' hereby
utel b roads i if it were bu b We read in the newspapers that a Mr. Glue! Secretary a charter from the State of Nicaragua for of the United States of Americi t nameS

_. it would ., tbetbe Marion te a married Mist Holliday.ith&ppyofrneojwholntghif&wif.. theee gentlemen with a copy of these resolutions the steamboats or vessels owned by said company in Congress"assembled, That the ,connexion I How.were did xKtively BwjaminaodAnn. "
uadrsd fl ple them to them before"the they darfn .U
01 lay
like appear >
miserable aDd request
tg5 ". Mo ) ., and employed in the tral1lportation'ofmerobaridise of the public surveys in Alabama with the t ,'' --- *
Jaq friend.
eosMderiZjon lb. wear and tear of of his lit.1 1 1B Convention.8th. ceremony a : ..
for the red 1 p.pcared
lI sad "an. Jh a ay-n' and between the At. boundary line between the States of Alabama I
?hhii! Do aDd of tme Jot o t??... cons''snt and faithful and tender and true, That the proceedings of this meetingbe passengers of the United States; and Florida, eh all bo made, under the direc'. both anne ihattd' adreadv n1ed{ ;'ai th.
aud Pacific .
Ulut\ biI'cic1lE nogoa brcakiugA Lore LIT dc rlv, ADd will, aod tick to Lerjike clue' !'! published in j the Florida Democrat. lantic ports reply,


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; ; \ I C' haTi .w t ,sttrnpfur the South.* Such "backingfiitna Dr- ParkhiH's letter and the Sentinel sustained; fcy.terror; nd finally bolstered upbjrju.iieiul Tie Whig Convention'in Tallahassee.The .- An Honwf Confession
and scbvuifotl of law I
ournal. ('f1II *" id not to the tato ofuli. Cuicnbuve.r The readers cf the Senti'.el who ) noted the perversinu -J fifth resolution ndopteil unanimously ai the m Ma. Eorro :-It is a characterutic <.f

t u>ay be to GOT.pnts lIao'WN.Vu progress of event, were doubtless! much aroused M Sena toT Toucey- Whig Convention in Tallahassee, on the 8th July,de never to approve of snjtLin ukn* by a Demorcat
: ii.ret 1.P \ to the Sentinel : ihe nrtiolt- in the last issuo of that charts tb tht-y adhere indewd I do not know ,
TALLAHASSEE on rcpmt paper comrr.cnticg It will be recollected that Connecticut, wrlich State *t we ( ) M firmly as ever to the that I would be nfW -

: Ci-nMilcrnip the aoptct of its migin. thongh it lId (vu the excellent letter of Dr. PARKIHLL. puhlifhed in I is now in the bands of the Whigs and Abolitionist platform laid Jowa at the National Whig Convention, I my character fr raoity were I to as eit tl, t a?
--- -- nbrtiCc the Princile non-interveulii-n. and piineiplcin the re- [ the FionJian of the 15th. To justify the treatment I in addition to the laws it Lns passed nullifyicg the at Baltimore, iu June '52. as conceived in a spirit of f- i is tha ttnly principle by which the wily Patty ?
tftbe MiffiouJ C only
Saturday, July 22, 1831. ;peal it, which concerned (the.mjroniirthe Si.uth. he w fearful fix-m which gentleman's proposition received, we are Fugitive Slave Law anti refusing its j.iils for the conS fidelity to the whig pam ty, and a manly and eluquejtt t { animated and held together. It matters ooth.

r1tk(' .:A .- _- -_____________ the B'p[ ) nrnnoeof the political! horizon: thit it had told that he failed to furnish the meeting with any filament of fugitive n well as imposing heavy pen declaration of its principles, anti l we see nothing in the a measure may be calculated to allay dsnjfrooi tlia .t

h' ;- : TERMft.-Thre Dollars per annum,i( paid in opened n random's D x which theSoi ti* would be too e% 1 I'iie that the democratic pnrty would agree t' ,n'ties upon any of its citizens who asaist iu the rendition signs of the times to- abate our former devotiou to theconstitution tatioo. to secure equal right* and * jM.Ci; T
Ahaie ; t3 O&fpaihvItl.iu *ixmntbei'ftLe tinw* ptvtrItim to clffc. lie said tl.r.t be was opp< edtle t& the if his proposition had been and to advance the interests to .n
ruinngernent aeccpteL'Ntvw of amid the Union, end will affilinto with of tie
slaves their Southern
to has no I
f anel 4 00 in 2'\ owners, censured COunty thi
snbicribing ; nt tie etui of tW Ad- : M.*>ODII comrron.ue when it wa -pted} ifc.
*: vftrt'wcmcnts. Ono Dollar p-er square of 12 llneefor year. first, that it whj the* lirstVp by CengrcfS towards intervention if we understand the object of Dr,4JjuRKiuu. it ,expressly by reiolutii-n the Hon. Imc TOICET. Sen | party or fiction, either North or South, no matter ( pie fact of iU having a democratic origin and rri

r iMy.-: and fifty CcnU for all pnUeque-nt insertions. An- 'n the sut'jwt c-i'slKTfry, and n direct intorfercnco I wa the Whigs might mamft-ut a dwircTuy their ( ,atur from that State, for his vote in favor of the N<*-| 'whether they call themselves whigs or democrats,, lug democratic support, is sufficient to ni! t bgai J
. ; councrmants of candidate. Five fl11r nch.nluaR. with State jlij.ts on ll.At; subject. Ho said that action, for the union proposed by him, and if he r.. | ]brr.fka Bill. The rcsdut't-u i that would clienite the affection of the people from[I I Iall the party Lack*" of wbigdom. nd
; t.> be paid in a an -
ferrcd what had been stated bun Mr.
to to CUE'S- I virulent
by most abuse and
iife Notioo not receding 12 Hnos will be pr.bit-L! ?dgratis. whole country, n* a trial eett'.e-nier.t! of the slavery I i : J5"T".Noe
r ; or legal nntice-s eif any dfwiiptiou will be gien \e-ry mueh like a trap ut f'r t'.e *otith "Ly cunning I erniee than as indicating the views of that gentleman nat, twins born of the last re m.viiaje between the I Ij There Im been much said in and out of Congress, I measure, it is not necessary that they
A ) until the adrcrti-nng fee is paid.DEMOCRATIC fxil'itici.ins for their own sclti h purpose's. on tin/subject. If Mr. CUHHTIK did not in this matter about it to be calculated to
I j I Whigs and Abolitionists of Connecticut." 3r.[ i the divorce lt\rcen Southern and Northern, | exert a permciixit icflu
:o ., _________________ Here we have the whole of the rcpoi t, and we now Torcir j' time \ie-ws i-f his the welfare
irpiesent party, fly) injuiy could made direct the whiVi" and the people of Florida hava been looking | on cf the people ;-not by
I i.o if(>ly to harrangce of Lia Abilitiou -. I knj m o ti t-
: Lr MEETING. leave unpiejudicedVhigs to determine, not cnlyzts to | j jwlicthcr have re-sulte-d the Whigs. But Dr. PAHKUILL! "faile ( associate, but in the course of the remarks he .f fjra boM! and manly avowal from the whig leaders of[ i just convince them that it savors cf JemoCTucy, toil
Vcrfion of his remarks
the brief
** gave WRS >d to fnrf.ieli evidence that the Democratic pmty i Jieteed to time Senate, the following impressive amid the cauv9 wL'ch have fjrced a separation. And I j your end i ic accomplished. And it. us fn the
d4, r1'.4 The Democrats! of Leon County are a "muiiepreeentation, but whether they are satifiied I ease cf
would agree to the proposition, *n\s the ,,tind.- i iSujipcsing truly national sentinun's w re uttrreJ by Lim. V%"e I|' what have they ctirerl J An invitation to assemble, the Nebraska-Kansas bill, popular sentiment is iueh
requested to meet: nt the Court House with the position of their candidate on this vital question. he could have furuishcd such evidence, i call: time attention of (tl.o eouiitiv to them, as thrv tw. on the same rid pLttfotrn They iu effVet repudiate, I that they dare not avow their opposition openly (Qj
in Tallahassee, on SATURDAY the ee'errs clear that eM mm tLi point there' what iiij] >.>rlui.5ty! was allowed Lira to do so. when iheJ body the rial Usuo now involved* in the i the Mea of a separation. nail make a bold strike fur boldly, they seek fo rid themselves of their rr

Sth August to fill the vacancy on c.n bo but <>nc e1j1iec-Gov. Bno\vx is 7euch a I J j meeting decTmcd to entertain his propt.Fitioii { Was ; l twcen the Noi tl.oru Whips nnJ appro.icLing'stuijrgh AUJitionuts the restc-ration of their nati naluy. Th ?'platform, a- spleen by attacking the purity of those through wtost
Florida !
man ns wants to viewseai this I
: I4 : their ticket occasioned In* the declination We representLfr dc-1 I ]he asked whether hu was autimriM-d to ray that the : with the free-soil daanuerats> t>n tLe! one hand. joptod with the approbation of the (Congressional candidate agency it was adopted, and ascribing to theol the U. -
I i-t _. .4 subj.vt. spe-nk respectfa'ly without any ]Democratic p.irty: would accept th* prop *iti.>n lie ;ai.dt'i-; ? Nation' : Doinncrncy on the other | cfitjluly: dsmei! Ii>nk tv ft torntion of fcrmtrI sept and most corrupt motives ; or they avail them-
; of .Maj. Beard.JT" sign of'.irig in quostieii tl-tt gentle-n aifa fiithfuhu-ts submitted, ? No. AVas Le asked whether la-1' : I 1 selves
e\en "The time has Cf-nif, I think whoti the i i'ue party rel.itiwu. It n.-t oj.Iy I)1CO&i the wLfg party of cf the real or imaginary confessiocs"
Trut t cf
=: __ ===- to tli", t'pits of the South: -- the Democratic wnuld accept } No b-v nut < n this gnat [rineiple of the LgiAUir OF IHEJ FIon-U ujvn the' talhvzol at/iig pldtfvrmol 1852.1 f weak headed democrats, and undervalue the aJviatagesj
: For unintm tirnf sketch} of the" Subterranean J Jlil but it is \ ?ry e\'der.t, cantifus as tl.e 5.ttlii. : crs and Mineral Springs of rioridi! ," -ur readerstie been in itt rcpcit," tLat r.b betuecn him id the ui.d..tiin of thf f-' tM\ < rniuent.VitIie.ut such''' ? as impcioD3. -
peo. to no doubt with a view to cover up the ri .d cbjccJ PLIfeet of ;a sj'iiit of fid'.Htit tJ the party. Not iatf-fied with To illustrate and estaLliab the correctness
oji.ility if
: re fei red to a communication on the frt piuje of pie tf tLis tnte. thcie-is a \at diseit'pawy ill the J tii n.) it was dt-cidcd that his piopofiti vas "nt thi i igi.t amng the meinboisof thH tho locl. that tkis it
; < p -I.tical ofvpiitnors-hip ofi-tatea, ,t weie vain: ) rr.eetiag re they see notLiiig in the ; positIon, wtnld only bo necessary to glance u
i tQy' paper. t estitnate placed by Urn and them upon that measure. abate their Confidence the course pursued by the Southern Whig sioct

'i .. If we know anytLin1; of thicntinens: c>f the people, iniec-rab'.e' suLMfuge i is tot* tLall-jw to e Cf'jH' ubrcrvation. With it, th- Union nmy bo | -rpttual. Now it the i ia the t'nItution nnd the Union, and they will aflil- tb# introduction of the Nebraska bill Into Ccnprttt press
: :. The Meeting on the 5th August they l 1'k t'7.t.r. the iwtxuiT OF inn fcoini is TIlL Wns th'le to toeol thu i-im. Alt ei l I lie litest ,un"ji the of thc in.etii ? .ufj
j itte with North
was ;
Suth. who
purpose of the > 'j' heart in the no party or da There a measure which proposed to secure to the South this
: Tie meeting called to 111 tic vno.incy on tl.e Deiaownl'e LMos.iu the fe'tcibU1' !angur.e cT Mr. CLIMAX, :ib it iit> to nominate: candidates, amid if so, w.n not a i ipn'pcsition more favi.mhlr j juncture c
* M ticket, it i* ecrnrttly !hoped, wi'.l attract the involved in the rc1d ( ftL? M&'uri! Htstiictiou; and in thut but two candidates bo ,m'amr.atetl !: !tliH l inon.eiitou '|uebtio,%, J It i* f.icoil upon r?:. and of oreiiit f/r a Very remarkable -hare of boldness, tem- I so !eng denied her-a measure which merited sod
; .tnti'u of f the! puty tbrot'ghout the CcUity, nnJ : the c{frit about t< I I.e n4ade! to mteic that lestiu-tiou mid it must be met. The uriliriii mt.t *
] and an oflir to the Democrats to unite with them :; iU. ]I. n pfr uvereil I prod with crnfi Jcnoo, and bhouM} they succeed in u- eeived tie cordial approbation'and aopport oftLegrtat
'; :.::: : Iring or.t en the occa'bn a good attendance. V.iri tlu-y wuut: aud ici'Ituic-luaik that!-.-a IU pic sent a- thus pm Bent two of each pnrtygorrnam" t" the ii'nientm>, lo d'rect: ii'of>rti the I etu seitn.i, ut uir.iiii- t I.e fxi tiug rating on their j>Iitf.rrn rnatvnil enough to brook masses cf the Southern people,and which consequent

c'j pcntlemon! bare bc<*n Lamed und will l-o piefte'dty i live iu Cimgi-t! \>livc MCWS if tie rneasuie as su I' luutter iu hand IVe leave the issue with all Knbii Lot n ciowiifil with a ci ilejro nsiituti..ii..' ol'cueeess lave at hut.wIld I feur.i dowu the iletuociatic prtv. will be entitled to time ly the whig press dared not e-penly dcclar* wsr agairmst. -

: : their fiicnd, nnd th'* e'.reu'nstat.ce) add? 5np: 'r. oiigiual f'rt.piti.o notoiily) diUvr from Gov. Bnow.NV, i 1 j .' men. i ij j 1 1j will excite nl.-irm. nno! s th }-eojlewi'l h r me 111:1 the:iv that-ks c.f ;she whoe! abolition pack, from William II. But I forbear. It is enough to say tlmt the

t&'icc tf> the meeting. Atutba etionj j name placed but who will nritt the fanatics to the bitter tn<*. j The S'litiufl admili that it hr.s Ir.,t nil o''lonee |: coui.tiy from the d.mirer v.Lkh is ir 'ihu .ewardt1own to IVcii. Don iiis*. It Hh'Iibteuihow-, tact that bill emanated from a democrat and received
i the ticket 1 cctie cition a.the tie I'l-lative to the ( be townl Senator great whig party of (thy Ninth erorn t to have Uoo.nt
cu an comr.limcbt
? i on .
jMit i-f the
( in the \Vhig paity; Noith. This wui prrcisely tIi'roti1i1y iilfolilto-iizetl a-id ever, wtjc-u.c-r the wnitjs f II cny oilier r ouuern arate : support 01 a democratic aamuiistratioo. was scQcicnt -
I to hive
L'crtucn.t*, will :\e u<* the County Lecni uttvtmc. ji.'iads Oontuii, th-J S-iitlixfi rejX'rt piocceds thiw. The jthe i I re.-.sai vbich iulljei.ced: Dr. rAKKiin.i. iu the \\\lich will expel; I th' 1of p.ttii t. tti gircn; L'i..n Lh) e l-mgnul>vii ; are ready t> j.filiate! with their recent attics oil term }( to excite their distrust, and, with a few Lorcrtble -

; > fyVc flro autLMirtd' to sny iLul cera1t only witSitke the flvriJitin; fell into, it will be seen, I course Le tO"k. Booau ho could na Ionj eay and con: cniettt. It i is generally believeel that exceptions, to induce them to give at least a sort

: d)' 1CtLS :1zl.. Uixjitcted.. \\us as tu the a Ubt-xka iu vhkL BcLUn'd name \\r. '! wit!, the whig* of the Ni-i th.and l.ccale there are<1 tulociats Nerlh the South uniting with the aULti"ii: tf I 1e: | the Li.ll of JuJ0-e Douglas! ," organizing the Territoriesof of negative aid and comfort' to the enemy. Then

; -I--- i utcJ: j there wroaio true tothe I S' t.Li v.uly 1 thoiccent the t-cjiial, they liirhta have of begun in uwnifrtro upf'ti Nebraska nn-l! Kana which forced the whig party agaia look at the treatment received at their bunds
I the
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p unltM
:. Tho Florida News. ': NOTT Gt.v. Biown did not mention HIP nrmr of Mr. %oto <'U the Nobras-ka Bill he wished =<' t>.' act V ill i't-Sr $lliM eoimtry in twain and Moi-l'ce airette-1 It to th, |' to show Lands en the sliv: .ry jue. tioo, has thorough- : by those patriotic, self-devoted Northern democrats,

: j' Lnet atuiye njiil fion: the Etrt Iruvgbt us: tin- snid B;nlne i fvrjy<>Mitetioi yroiniiitiit) with tie iiuin XiLra.l in the:a billat WM m nil.rauk'lie, ns to ftitiigthon: thtm in their eifoits t to ko j p> the g'>v lu-t of jviluical jiower. Hut lh<* [i'.- !o will. !'11 demihiIZhZ I it. The roviiTEEXOTE* .' I cast by 'I who, rising superior to sectional influences, and I'D defiance

i Jl1ii2t tl \vbiL vcitjyk-e once nui> tocl- eilhrr JS i ithor South was charged ith the ti.h.t i>f |. trmueiit i.ii! the light! tru .k. To nrcomplith thi-j LoffIt often ngi'iu: heretofore rally. Tho will tlcmofracy of the >'iuitI., as'' t the Southern whigs for that bill produced sueh a of the wild storm of fanaticism that raged a.

f..'. :i.1Le it.lo the Den.ociTitic rw.V >. TLtf.\eirn i ii nuwin :iUiitioiii! whilr tho <]omixi tt> ne\or ndmitf: l tlmt that a ii'iic-n wi'h tho D-nioorats wn nft'fiJary there i j4 of patriotism in again the rally with mind whatsoever ill U'lin amcnj; the constitution loving whigs at ftier'h round them, stood up fiimly in defence cf the rights
? t .- tl e Lr.udsf! \V. K. COLC, Etq by vbum i it onnotfultjl they h.idiuiy nbolitU'i in tht-ir lnrtY-mmt th .-\ rn.t'Irmhiiig cuuiitry. w again N; that with of their
4. : Wns thi) not i'atii"tic-: } Will uny mai wlr> w imfuil the* LAO or THE L'MOS UA it is, 'iii./ ait van' j i\J--.J: :: : t < rtuJcrclulLfcV.ety the geuer1 reaJiravo..'| let with n tl.-wi man's, sins they be iHCi.inens as sczrlt t, if ithitc he would ns wool l t nly, op\\heu.-nite I!' ; oat f'r' the "loivcs ii'id fisheo..**-(thc-o the : inlfudfJ to If by thr >i>m t:fiftf r'V"luli.>,. Iv.uiiifr read their Southern brethren out of the political from the South that united well done,good and faith-

4 : : ; &i to;: the paity tu va c 'timi-lc* it Is Ji u.tcd.Vc list tin Vnn liun-n acp'vd (he non.inatic'n ol thut of j owcr THE urion b'TATI'THE it in letters 'f living light! 'TIIK Euf.viirv >i'
I t : trust l5jc Utrtnccruoygirc thrvu&Lut- the ttu 'i11 I Convent 4 .iu in '4 i't the Prei1uev,uni jpiixlaimedhi but which they dutch at with avility vhotiiiijpiwtr TIIE tovKLPERAcr,' rvr.Lr.IGm1rs uud will penal Of t\IRT b-fore |it i>Rrii shtill>\ be or I; them in the same temple. To sustain this, so good R reason to expect ? On the contrary,tfca

It a tturgtur-pi'iL' ub"hticn priLeipIc.4, hewn* dt-imuiied by thLnle > ) say that this H not lyht ? Dues any body humbled"j'! lu-irthe t-'toridn Sentinel : '-They tell us (the >Southern whijr press, instead of strengthening tlefrj
K # # \\ democratic rrt9 and \ try pIpem Ist.o as the IH.-IK-\O why his marked the of tvuit*. i"U! if The Southern whig-) iu the mobt emphatic that hands to maintain
A. J: ?: 1 infamous traitor Van B miemi." But zis soon as ho !I! ; course author: f thU glowing langua o, wh'isepatrio'ie j the noble position they Lave isue -
. .;i Fire in ]Tadison.i t'Aiiif back to the JUj'jiort of the -iiicm'ic] pam t.- the Penioeratic party io not eu-Uineil, the Cm m.'itu' course in the Senatehii brought upnn[ }hitrt (the the pjrrage of that infamous bill wrote out in characters : sumed, are by their slanderoaa insinuation*, (duThg f

.,. '" : ,\ fire; occurred at Maf Ni i them fanatics, it now sti_ r.ia- : a* legible as the noim-day sun. the final divorce their ntmogt t> convict these men bcf re tie pecp'

.,I.i 4 4 I- State t.u lha zJ iuat., by vliicli j-rojitrty tstiinatouto ] 1 He said theme was no c ni>iteniy or safety: in such a I be tiM.ij.led mimi icr f K.t ? Ibf iV'ifin'7 itef! aJn.itn ti*<.d tr 1.ii ileviilioii to the Constitution,, bv S.>it'm. Ix-tvoeii the two sections. Nay, more, they swear as of bein actr.nte>i by the basest motives-they aren
thin fnr tlJe
-. ::. be worth ?10,00'.) tva* lost. The fire originated in cuuisu had a* not, ronmncod every body their} :knew's ii a tint.i q.l( !( f, hat Van th I5uhoiiH r- that the Whig; J'lirty Ndth cui'iiot; be ioied! t-n. ami if cm jatty Lacks," as a conuptiotiist purchased by terribly ns did Uncle 'l'olv'sarlimv in Flanders that the'I Ilirgrace I conjunction with their Northern allies, exerting etery

:- '* ,".' tl.e) grucciy tore ul MI-JM Miir.s d llillj', vho lest 1 weie, :a i glCiit niiiiKis now ;is ll.oy Weio i im '4 S and the, 1 1s 'nut.: on whoia are we t-i reU ; Is litre! any other .' Tivasiuy }pnp I"* shall be wiped out from the statute book. '' energy aral r.e.rtirg tf> tie meanest artifices to lave
!( > .. e iht-ir vljoU tC'ck, with 111 L'O' iti inonejhiehwn ; ikmoerntskncw it. He; ] that Mr. i'mton vmms d paity: ( than the I lKiai') ( r.itic: t hat we can t l""k t., i A | fr But they not only tell us that William II.J. (tam fu-wbed down Ly popular indignation. Such
; 1 :'* "'-" conuumtd. The Livery Stable ndjuiDin;, owned bj; '' nminoeilhi the same WHV, and I lie liuih-d uidtr! if the Adn.iuiitrative (cti''In.1 paity: v.ill Li't ftllWt r the [ urji'so, fi>r as Dr. The Fenliarl fay* that the rmriiiiintu of Gov 'Seward, the rising hope of tha Louse of CatTy, U to be conduct mori's and I hope the day in not distant when it
5 .*" -. 'j 4.; 14. r. Fcrrcll, with the Cdtriaye 1tico attached, were 4 be /4ud1.toi'e&2iiifltcPIJ organs weie'tvo fione.-t W nt ii.-l him.>pn
H 'V'. likv! cd burned-horses atid oi.ttiiigii eavd.S ll.cbuilding l le Liiuij'it onr Ly ti>e lotnca andji h>ii, wl.ich had! piceij italy the catnttropLe we all wi-h tim uvi I. The moitin it Tal'ih.xee hna ciimev1 qui e A fluttering excitement, which ImoNts origin in the prayer Rod intelligent people.

J .. '. .,., .-- owned and occupitd by 11. E. Bunker L Son Uuij>eJ the Dses and hio liuugiy gang t to Jn.ld their j \eiy a.hii"r>iom of live Stntiii'l o*>n tttiie! : the nrn- in tLo ranks t-f the "' ui.UrriileiL' ( 'uite a mi-
I" f- *>.,, <.4- Lt H llftiuesn fcliop, \\iih u coiisiJt-iabl* quantity of'' tongues until the tpoils in the of the 1'robidi lit : 1.let jutiicatun! Dr. P. tan, le .iro f>.r the leitir The !Democracy) me not woiit to l-e"teriifion e-f frce.l'ira! or slavery ii decMe-d at the bal-! j way that the whij press Lave the courage to attack
'' eihaustfd. I lie -vmivl i l he had fir B
.f "" ; r i Xr1fltcikh, a? also a Woik bop owned by the saint i ten's wile h'tc-its but be belivted that no ho rt.-pert v. as ns .n- Le wrote, un 1 io we opine (the ptv.pleihI 00:1i t'f nil l is it in the power < f the Wl ig-scf Florida at this !14 Ix'X.' With such a reprtintatioim made by their't the Nebraska bill. The confesMoQ of an -honest*

}1 i.',: :>:'J -i* g uti'tmn. but occupied by L. li. Cvbbs, Cabinet M And u-liablo. nnJ far mote liont-tt thbii u.anv i.tntld[ i elude.j time, LaO matt r who may be their candidate, Gov. Uor own orL'.in: the "S'.ntiuel. 'ai ill: doubtless Lea mat democrat, in the Stnt'nel cf the llth mat, u a fair

;1._ .* :rr', Rr\ellnll ofiiee ntInched to the ilttLooitt ]i deflcx1atii. high; in tho cotifiikncuof this aJiiiijt.n-! j If the Suitiml i is sinccie in ile- ?! t.e! 'jK-ils," any body el-Jo, to cau'-o tl.cni urieaIieM.; TLcirMXCi5 ter surprise tc very many whltr gtctlemen ia Flori--. specimen of this specie of mancjeuveringj; and as mar

:. ,; l'arat.innjj, vitL a large number of valuable li xiks., I! ti deumucrnlk: n, who but paity n rhoittimc mis th very ajo.liille-wt-re <3en 'ince'l) l l'v. tl.). |, if v.Lat purjvtie nud tj whit cmii 1 i i-* all ll.i-i Atii'i ; ii tt4) ccitain for tLat. 8, the WLi j wire pi.lloia ; ili te timid thcniselTei uddnly slipped back upontj.i* ly all the principal gro&nda of objection to this me i.

M .. : : io: nitt the *an' fate. 'tmibvr of builJii'gt-' bUoyed I and ubolitioniits.; was the sum air! ei.l.'tai.oo I'> 1)6 it held out fr the 'hl cxj'luded d' trino of the well kniiv.notuithstynJiiij,' their j reteixled centiJencu national pfatfvmi. This, however, t-hi uld not be then ure are e.nipris..I ia that confession, 'with your rer*

:, t ibt. TLc lv to c\xry buffcur wne guut, and to' (!cv. BiiAvn'srcmniko on the vccaiviii! uu-iiti-jiic'l, and I Whig JK.rty f If it iWs, it "'an-U solitary! and to tho C.4trm.ry.ith a Cuiue and a candidate <* c. The organ Las been f.'r sometime gradually nif iuu. I will fw' ti'TT upon it a pacing notice.I .

: : caiulyOov : rLtu. j if this be iieflsoii uake the mttt c-f it.'* ij i We Lad 'u1.j'esvd that the *\\ Lis no\v nude no i3ue (.aleuLiti-'l te ii.< ; them w ith! the utmost f nthu1Mirn | preparing the nnd cf the party fi-r such a step. The The fist aLl chief objection thi* honest cenfenor'i

!: .- S j We give the V.'l.ij] u-vJi l tc the full bciiffil of al!' uith Dcm-fnU1 *n tlvr-ld: q-K-'ti.-ii- If they really : with an organization bfinling! Hllitsenorgirs toI i iwardd extract furnished above, M taken from the "Sentinel* I has to urge n nin-t the bill, ii that it was an onn* .

Brcwn and his Speech at the Whig j t'.ut ilciivcd, by a puL'icutk: iu our (xlumnof wish to huil 'v't-lbi.c at tl.c N
Jxctthg. the vtLtial crgan'o vcrti.-n of hi i uumu'Lvim lii! i' heir i party, in SVWP of them nine
' v; Tie central organ crroijeoutly accusea the 2'luiiJ' {I point-a couiteey which w> triiat our r,r.detd wiiltl. i tOiti: :r.f-ic clTcctually; tii it bretiirni: :; iL'r prrstmt ab'.i. ; to be. But with the \VliFg< it H a'together entirely premature, and gay?-" The future teeming ask, Mr. EJitvi", if it i is true that that compromi.%M

f -?r: inn it *'n purpose to Jiiiari'j>rttfc i't" ( *- Uu.ot.vlutLo ;,. upcii o* ooiiclinMW cviJcuco tlialMtc Livc li'" Iloprc-'eiitalivo. Mr. M .wr.m.. than ball the j.a the reverse, and (they A-el it. Their strnggfe! i is a f"r- : with events which m-iy ht-eak up up the present or- prove a settlement of the slavery agitation It

J( :, .:?, : >ci.i iKa Tt .ua'.lc tu \\ftk 4flflti\e to what thhtgenUcuieu \\ish to 4liui epitfcoutf" Linm.Vcrc wed ui pos 1 por bullets! th'-y c.ri bhvt fiom their p' p-gu'i: ;jireataKkct I'.rn t i.e-a sort of' death throe. Without org uizationr g-itiizati"iu: Whether we can again hfiil- strikes mime th.t observing man will be insane e.

l Raid ab-jul the XtbrunLn Dill wid Thurnns .- to go into n cutical i.utice 4.1 what i ia Lero ic.' ]: Mr. 31, Hii-1 it wiil l>e roiiJeied as an nppiov- except: stuli as is iM'j-ireiI by C'ppositi to Duiioera t late- with the whig party North, time and circTim- tancc noui& i to assert that it did, in view of the constant

k.'Vj'--; Hart Jk-uton nnd thcrcujwn the suitor U1I'trt.L'v! .ft t-' ported as cominj! from, it w ,'.ild be quite an ewvniattcr alofhii vile( on the Nebraska qucsli-, ai-dwho! cy for opposition's sake, without prct-peets, for the j, -) must deterniuie." Again, the Sentinel" c-f tbe17lh agitation that has been kept up oo tliU subject oy the

\.. it-.J; -, tell the public what the Covcruvr !'iinty, but unfvr.tanaWy to tho\y that the UovcrtKr *poke not so much' theie who does tut approve it oxct j 1vt those who think
''i ; :* ;;' for his case, the FI'OI idian'a "liJicuhiusie- fiom a reg.ird to do Isis joutnts Mikt ju-tico, a" there wa no i.ecettity at thit time" for th intro-i' to be litoinlly without here. Defeat stares thtm 1, question''We ha\eno good reason to doubt that 1 of a century. True, if the principle, ice believed

Li.2HV ; port" i* Cwiifiimcd iu every cs>!Ci.tial particular 2 The frmimi a dcbire/tr 'J'ut on l.'b biolhtr U'higIt i 1 Jihicti"!! if the meacuro t But defeat Lim. nnd our in the face ail is plainly refleett-d from their iout.tcnances. time whigs can show as clean n bill of health as the to bo nicoi poratcd into that compromise been ut.

\..iVl : Fentitit! admit?, vithout iutcuding it uo doubt, i not for iu&tuuce exactly acnidiii ti, histoiical tii-ti-' Ninth'in oneu ic* viI! n'gird it M a condemnation Trcth i is Omiret them, the pf-opleareagniiut '! mnocrut&" And again omi the 4tb of July, the ed- ,, tnittfd. it would Lave proved a settlement of that med -

; that the Governor really did ghe the XelrnsLa I niony, thut every proiniu.iit Wl-ig Suuth i is chargs i-f Li1* course, and] proclaim to their eonpeers ii: trca- tlie-rn, every thir.p: i-.igaimiit then:-all whieh tLoy iiir says-"Tho whigs of the South, so1 far as we are question as much as it can be settled by legisV
: Bill the cold shoulder, even v.-liile prufcs- by the democrats with the taint of Abjtii iiiiram" K'U( that :i SbUthciii ci'iistitutnoy havo Branded a lJp know, Fin and feel, r.n-l thy camt! cli-guisc the fact.Vht { informed, but perhaps we can only speak for the tion ; but Li!! the agitation to which the Nrbia ts till

? ring great regard fur the principle of the measure I- 1 -by no mariner vf noiimir.r! li iLe ctatemeritt u hlativc who, tv.rbvdv will adnjit, has'reflected \ little if Impc tLy r.iigI.t nt one time have Lad, 1 j whi < e>f FI .iidi. have already waived their party af--' it nsertod to have given birth, arises from the &u.t
T: : lid euid," quoting the StLtlncl'ii vcifi n), I moi conMstent with the reoI U thai the democrats their will. i Lss vaniheJ like a v-i"ii: of tho maglt!: ; t-i.-ice the n-'fu- fi.iitics: ant I allegiance with Northern whtgkjery until that the Nbrtb denied that this principle WA rwgnized -

: :t ,::: d tkre was at thi time nu jirc ///y f..r its iztro.kctioa -j *' never admit !thut thf1 hnve ufiy ZLstj.i1I1t! in theirpaity : -p._ -s-. .-.---. Writin tb.... .hlvf....,. ... .. ... I !:II.Lt.'U if ilr. MAXWI:!!, who they n) moro\-xpect to they shall give unmistakable evidenee of repentance." by the compromise of I 1850. I believe that the
: '' 44 ana it emanated from rather a $uyiciou -Uit tlie-." It u unfortunately tc-o true llmt j jthtst reivhed us> Irvin Dr.t I'VUKIIUI. i-i rnsxvtr to the J ieat than they rsjt-et to climb to tho mouu e-n a Agmin, the Sentinel ofth ISth. in addressing Dr. spirit of that compromise, if not its letter, repealed

t .'. ._t. 41 tauter, for it co-.ild ijot have b,cn forgotten that its are pvreuiis hanging on to the 'un< ciativ j ftrtv I ;i-titintl, bl.t: the lute hour at whii-li it came to han-1 beau! ttalk. '- J-Iiferiiig: !"> inked! r. kbil! on the MilyVct of hi* recent letter, says-' If 'aid nullified the 8th section of the act of IS'ZO. But
'*) author dodged the vote on the Compromise of '50." 44 tainted with litioiiirm ;** but Gov. BROWN will no --- you have fut f ited your confidenciau the whigs of the 'Northern fanaticism would not allow that this unjust
ei/mjx-li us naavt idibly to defer i i:4: pubheatmn. Per-1
., 10 QJJO1tWT1 ii too thiuly disguised here to need doubt readily coijccdetlmt t!.f their reeeot acts and professions 'and oppressive restriction was rescinded.-Greele*
poiLthJ out. Xo ncccbeity" Las been the try of out <'f their I'loper eeme..t! in the Jur.ociatic! raiiks. fire hiurtiele I Coin! <-ctiui \Viiif! wiitts n Itt:or to the Journal on the subject of slavery, so have we. If you think 'and his hangers-on fiercely contended that it was still
to fchould
nppear. do eo however,
,' Northern end Southern opposere from the jtai t. From Time)' can ceitainly accouiplish iiothiti, hero tiny | j it wiil be pubihed! MI Saturdi?. I of Ci,::::nice', Irvin wLi-h the 6ubjincd is an extract_ wo can no !U.PCT alfiliat! with them until fhfy rta'l 'in full force, and Senator Douglass, for the purpose

John ]Btll tloirn to Jobhua R. Giddicgs thi; objc tionliHi aie, ns thiity yezus hard lighting on the part of dm i nij Iccl j I mtj V.'o have i.o ui.i.l-t but tliat there arc tlioutandiivue /nf e-f th'ir SUM and,, cme foci tc a tbe cardinal !\ 'of settling the question finally and authoritatively, inserted

1r -4. : been coitstautly aouTulio in the cir of' the public. mtt. with the .Lvvlitvmi pam ty filly dlItYxItr1te.(. j A Grave i ,** K* this: c nr.s outer ascrts, who will do as he piinti'plfi i/'owy.Ji'r'A, so d w$," ] ia the Bill to organize the territories of N tra'.

It was ill V.iin that fcUfh Mhigs ua BtDr.ta; amiToons And it was the i.ctable Leti itlwt: th- d .m crut'c ( Baowx, in his late srueca in this eilv, uuder-. his:
I. ... *, end SrcruE.vs wplieJ that these tciritoiicciutorpoiod paity is the uncompiomi-m.; foe ubo'.iu: Litm in all 'took to create di.tnut in the nn.I: t f w hi4; j-gaiir-t'' with the uboiitiouUts. aid I unite then.selvcs with i fibre pointedly to call attention to the fact that there terms and hence arose all the agitation attending tLidisouMion

i ;-. diicctly between the A\\itcrn: aad South-' i its rha <.6, that lod] Vnu Uurcn to t ijrai.ize a tt j.asate :the N.-br.ihka biil, by Mjin iLit it < a.Piuitifd fiomj trtt! Dcmoer.ioy in wlos-e LanJi is r.c-\v p'aow! the H no ackn3wlo!tp .ept rf a ciinptK of the party. and poeaftge of that BUI. This w4U not A

z ; -, ? tra States and our Mexican acquisition", aii'J that (Jov |patty at I I'difilo iu 1SI8.3 I II 1 Jimt JuLmuus tiai> |I ram liyr a suspicious i...ree," and I I 1-y hrt itiij Jtlg t tDOICLAS sal*, utiont-fihe Union and tIc lrterration of the equal- The most that oaj le n-ade cf it in a maker of party j denied. And no it be contended that the insertion
r: -.;,. for the ''l es5cJ iu author, :.tli .* of the Slat- : .tl'eg'aufe: until em'ntLng occurs to unite the e.f this clause was ? Wta it
ttr.tncutB were ponitivL-ly rtrjuiied pr >lccti;i Ivr" pw the *lighk-'t Imjje of btii.g revenged 'vu w hn'itj d.M e.l c. vIe t.n i _y *: j two unnecessary xmneees-arf

f,., pIt b of the imuicro'JB'8 who Were ft-tinij the) 1 1 1borcs the South, for iU refund lo nciiiiuate him in I 181 I 1, by tho cvlmmroInic of *io.'' TLI.1 irhth<-r a jjiave i1i- I "The'hi.-4 of thwtitor Lave ev-r l>ithertiIKXII > w jr-g* ajjnii. and that scirething: is that ihty shall \> to secure, may :I not say the only thing we gamed Ij

,' *fS cf the Pacific and who *tre dcurcuacfnt 'jthngtu i icmaniiii in the
p i the tctrltwiivs Uiomn'hes. N'u nocc sc'.ty" 1 J 1 1va have placed LinieJf nt tl 1.e brail of the BulTtlo! Acesoilci ( neat in C. :.:,re *. an1nc liy i,.> m-ans ilci.l.iti-il tO t tLnii'-inds!*, ,oah: 1 fn-ak more of if hi tl.*'fellow!...i-1.itimre citi/-, at'.New hoalijtirrs Hate"! iierc-, with* Irilcfpii.; cf air /utr/V Now what are wo to mimi- to the question. Besides, the very idea of retiring

'* rung buck imd i is now & -h<>cd by the wh5gnn J[ i ?. "Ihn inmh (Gov. BKOWN, knows, and ought tliave <> hid|iiio giuat re"-jicot for th-j curr'ctzjv.f n memory forth i.ful forever, nil connectH-JI with Connecticut vld.| ,Ieitan'1hftis 1 repentance and iiitb } The whig party an agitation that has been threatening to overthrow

s di.Jate.! Hut the! oljecti'-ij, nt io tie ctte of Wttt and j stated in speech had he felt <]Jsj>otd to nittc which, in this instame at Jcut, has Igv'.t itriially failJ giry. anifclgamation with the ab.'liiii ni.ts may rf FK ricla hare laid don their platA-rm. It is the \ the Union for years past, and has never yet ctued,

: ; cU.tTP, wag patent on iU face as merely noxcu >e to out e1. MI Lauded juttire to the cK-tuoeruti pait -. ]'it J, ed. Senator DOIOLAS Vtivl!, ac<;riing] to ( ur recollection !le regarded as the imt l".zzle of whiggery! ta-re-mi platforn cf ISS2. and if tbo Northern whigs ccmeoutunl | is ridiculous in the extreme, and I must be permitted

justify nvowod tppoeitki), and if impiciui] of bimil.u i iRttachvs these fjnatija came b ck. Veiy true. The incut of ( fur each if tholilliildiommatcdthecotupn I, E *- iuft least: a ignt.niinii respectable u-* finale w'Lat IU wa poor chco remains I lo ?:iv have the declare their approval r4 it. and their Cnu determination I to believe that the ** influential" position of a fl>nw

F4u .': Ioi1ity t<> Gov. IJnowjr, it will be because i i 1 then) returned in 16VJ, and believing thini to l/o fin- mse of *iO"ae the fugitive hhivu Liw. audhowonM been hi'uie-i (>n an an append 140 ti> ulHilitii
: ke hasb" -rowed bis objections from tliow uho arc 1 cciely p' ilitelit, they were rectiud kindly, and a f wsubonliuate haveotcdfir that, as ho ha repeat nil v declared not ti t'rudge in the service of their nw mmfer repentance and a return to the cardinal principles| I idea, if not the honest" democrat himselC! is all a

knownwb.pcnnppwutitoftiic mea tnc, .r ha been oiliccrd diatributed aiuungtt them by the t tiueo, had he ln-eii [.it-M-tit when tl. I.'a, there need bs no difficulty in again unitjpg the chimera of Leon's imagination. I?
i A stiir.g of anti-Nebraska .
t.-: unfortunate iu b5s use ofwords to convey hia pceiiionA | Piesiddit with tl.a hcpe of weaning them from their !"! waa taken. Tin matter has Ix-en so often referred to i (not very perilous: I hope, to the integrity ri of" the'lkili t'n-mar, party. It will only b* necessary for each section to Thai aeaond objection urged by this paragon of hou-

tx) the attack which the Whig candidate makes on 1 1JipDutrtf former erroi Tlicy behaved themsclvos very wc-11 on the fl or oldie Son tto, within iln pciiuil of a ft wr i-iri,)-abtrong SOT p to the fiec-soik'rs : Gillette sent to put their own construction, on the ncarJn; of the slave1 est simplicity is that the bill is not calculated tobea-

.e porctws, whoiu dcnciiticcd us a tutyiciout i up; to the biingihg iu of the Nobrat-ka bill, but think1 1 nidiithf, that it i< a littlo singular it hnul.i t>eui: overlooked the Senate-another sop to the H.tiao faction ; the ndmimion -1 section, as they did iu 1652. and all can stand en efit the South, and even if it were, it would have so*

: 'treu0 fiom which uth a bill should rnmiuilv, nud I! lug with Gov. BUOWM I hat there was no cttily al j by the whig candidate. I I'eih.tpa (!ov. B. k I of negroes to time jmll*- a sweet sop n 'aiu to it now, aa Apy did then. The platform was broad enough swered as well twenty years hence as at pre ect-'

'.' :. who i is doubtless included: nmonj the *' ciaj&ig p ili. ; thlt tiint" for the tutioducti of thht measuro, the not aware that the Senator from Illinois i the author I the-a aU'litionists sop to the temperance; a Maine liquor PattY law; the very political strhigcnt dIv., I tf hold the leaders of the whig party Sou'h' What a wondorfnl discovery Not calculated to heBefit'tha >

: titiaan" charged with harhnj tet a (rap for the uiot-t ultra of them have gouo over to the Northern. of the comproikibo bills of '50 w Lioh embf'ilied the grace of nil United States connni-eioners, marshal"! I' without an rzeaptian, as far as I know, and at the South I Aud why not i Will friend honest/,

;.; South,"* f-jf their own "felfieh purposes,** we do not Whigs] w i.h: whom they are now organic ing a fret h doctrine ol non intmctition I Such h the fart, however and deputy mur>hali>; the denial of the use of the same time to hold the higher law" man, William or his mouth-piece Leon," have the goodness tf

; know th&t a better i reply could IMJ luado than i is found crusade ngaiusttbeCoufetiluticuaudlhe equality of the The fmnons Committee of Thu teen simply State jails to the general government timid a fine o5uOO f r II. Seward, the rising hope of the house of Cutly.r ."- inform us I It ia a well known fact that slavery ts-
nil who shall in
on ns.,15t i t executing the laws ol r
;in the lloxtiug trtinct from a letter publithcd in ihlialcili t State-it. Uxik the bills of Judge DOUOLAS, already piermredtoIniid the country I Verily, the abolitionist have got more Such was the magic power of this platform that it jets as far North as the Missouri restriction AM I****'

Stanfaid n.m the IL-n. THC AS L. Cusc I This: is the true )hibtory relative to these pei-nom. wafered them together, and reporteil tIme batch than the monkey's share ; and the poor craven whiRl I ( gave immediate repentance1 to those who bad op- tofore permiiled it lo 50, and that it has "grown with

'' ;' 9f" )1Af, who, w Ule deftndirjg Limt-e'f frpai :ittfcks < t 4 'orth Whigs; tuk < tx-'cutiui to inu'cAte the gone off Ixjcauoe the putty would flv t trust hhn. At rpic h iu the Senate on Nebraska BilL dicnlou* legation piled up in soshortntime ? What* j blood, *clothed all with the cardinal prin- iis strength." The census returns for 1850. show list
absurdity they will perpetrate next, it were vain Ugues. I ; .,. .....
--"- rL: ? ve. 1 ..n : : e% i
: "N'orthern democrMy, including tf course the distinjguichfd j any time w itliu the last four years that Demagogue Groans: from One is reminded of the time mentioned iu the ..Ipme vi LflU wumg pUILy 143 t'Liumu1 uII- vuaiiiget JIU L1iU iCliiLVIi" '"f
f Stoatorho e cioti fs Lave liven aesuiled by i e 'uld! have been bought" had he been worth the t>ix- The New York Tribune Greeley. Revelations, when a certain ]K.Taouage came down none of its principles" the rising hope of the house tionate increase of the Blare population, since its vtganization -
spreads readers
out before its
GOT. BEOWX. Thu utter cciUinly in nut iaapj roprij j pence ; tut the Ucinociats hud no uee for him and Imavin great wrath. Itcause he knew that hehadM a'iort nf CufTy" bad changed none of bis. It has teen readopted as a Territorty, has exceeded that of evtrj
r ate to the ttate cf tLings in floiida : < would not flatter his vanity by paying deference to the President's appointments for the recently organised liie.Vili the law-abiding people of Connecticut without explanation or comment, by the other State save two The following table shows tli
f' Territories, with the following tenible coiiMont to be told in this manner by a few office- !
.: lloisc opt UcrxtsKNTAnx'CH groans of Florida and why not all stand and centum increase of this kind cf pop
his opiuioos. As a Couseijutucc, this ftoneit and in. over those for Kansas reeking politician ? Not when they get their eyes whig party may en jgregat e per
4 t. June 10, Ibli. dtpcudtHt" Soutlitru Keprescotative has maiched over open.c ." it, ns in days ff yore Taking the eircumbtanees attending ulation ia that State since 1810: '
-We ask the attention of every one who wivlies
.it Mr DCAR 6i&:- to the fanatics, body and fcoul, having behind ''lirn no Freedom to have fair play to this list nominees fur the adoption ol this whig platform of 1352, Slaves in 1810. 3,011. .
i'.J ,. .' While hypooritieallj prpfewioff friendship; for the admirers and carry tug with him the sympathies of Kamas. A Governor from a Free State, but one : The New York Hard! Convention which met with the construction placed upon it by the Seward '* '. 1820, 10.524..2S9 per" ccni.inCrM"us *

"NtbnttUa bill, they [a portion of the North Carolina! none save in Missouri and Florida From these two which baa given the largest vote fur Douglas's bill- at Syracuse on the 12th inat, passed Nebraska reso- wing, and it can be easily shown that the Northwi '" "" 1830. 25,091. .145 *
: 'whig*] have insidiously, and in th. most cowardly that Govei nor himsulfau ardent devotee of the doctrine ations and nominated 1R40,5824&.132 .
Greene C. Broneon for Govern-
l.2t:4 alone has with all their fins of omission H "
mad the States a cheering word reached him since whig party, and commission M 1850.8T.422. 50
manner, war on mmsure. Nay, more ;- of iuefilTere-nce between Libei, ly ama! Slavery with \ ff ,
4 I .7. they bite aisailed the brave and patriotic men of the his treason-every whore else he is regarded with the a Secretary from Virginia, and of course an active Slavery or. The Judgo in a letter, however, declined the can stand on it now and with coma show of This statement gives larger per cent incrta111

.;tir ; JToith who, auiid all the storms of faoaticidm and siclionml utmost loathing and dugust. In flo,. BKOWS'H case Propogandist. Thrrt a Chief Justice chosen from nomination. On the ticket chosen by the bards at plausibility charge home upon their Southern breth- Missouri, than ia any other State of the UnJoo, ***

4'J p 0(1 lorward deuuwculkm Mid carried, have he fitmlr bill and gallantly march-- it is doubtless true that Iw has no respect for Penton's AUJiiisons body-guard in Miwouii from the tribe his Convention, there docs not appear the name of ten the violation of their faith. J may, in another the exceptions of Mississippi and Arkansas. It.. *rceeds
txhibaing( ts much who proclaim tint Slavery atieaJtxiti \n Kansas, either of they them last fat1!. The
I heresies but from the fact that both gentlemen run by lonimunicatioo examine this matter and at the *
courage and tutguanituity M was ever fcbown on the are opposed and threaten all .Abulitioijits"-1liut is, all win. same th increase in Florida more than ont Aa/ *
: blooJjest baltle-fielJ. Well knowing that every to the administration and the Democratic party, there their nsMumpti just quoted-with a refusal oppose of ruth is, disaffection ha< crept into their rank Most time show (to whom w* are indebted for auoh a condition is far ahead of oar sister State of Georgia.
:4,;. whig from Uw free 6UU was agaiunt tie metsure. ify( sort of "fellow feeling" lxtn d' nd th&t it --wa uppc rted by the fcJiniwdratioa amid balancing one from Ohio, and giving n complete* he Nebraska bill, amid the party is now almost left times
of ha northern friends, they. ncverthdcM with the candidate cf time whig*, certainly preponderance that they see nothing in the signs of time to abate extreme notwithstanding all the &!$

:,. -4 &gve msjonty all the aid and eomfvrC they could lathe, Makes him wondrous kind I" Attorney from to Slavery Louisiana on ,the nominally Bend Add balanced a. DMuVt by a without guides. Clinton, Cooley and Brady, three in- their former devotion to the Constitution and the vantage connected"ck,* a. proxlmitj t **

lormer, and nade war on the latter. Vee, dunng thu It remttin to be sea to v hat extent GOT. Baowx Marshal from slave-liolding Douglas, and Lie lieute- divi male who were State candidates a year ago,, Union." GADSDE2T. T.mtosy.thaa.iaanyoth.rportionof UM&"&}'

1 yre&t struggle to recto/a the South to equality in the will mocked iu iuducing the people whore votta lie ant Richardson's own Illinois-aud you have the organization have apostatized and cce to the enemy a majority into which. U baa yet brew alhnred h> go. Tbeirrj-,
; Utrion, they liare bcn slstible inference is tf tt it jfofluMe
r cf, the North 'who came to our aid, because they were pnrrei ,
I Who believes that this District will 15.
Attorney originate July
S. Dickinson is said by the Utica Observer to be also
out able sooner to ps the bill by mason of the fierce suits to establish wise it would not'increaM so pjLr.. Now !'**
Is whom are to be held in twenty five or evtn prosecute the right to against that measure. We are not prepared to believe The i Onixl Jury have found true bills against par
opposition of thoM whigs they were praising slaves who TertttTKe
freedom any may be tarried by their larg. portion of tb. Nebrssl and Ka1a*
of the States
within about
3 anJ fefeuJlng. Taorbiuxo mxsvfHir for the meas> a period of three months this notwithstanding that Mr. jgjjnthey.s.ritsavbnote. *
masters into Kansas I, Who believes that tin's Missca- paper says D, It South) of,ft 'I
4 Ore, they still helped its enemies, end and railed at A majority cf the members of th*next Boose of'Rf p.resentatives ii and Alabama, Court will decide, according to uu- I' wrote to Messrs. Wbeebjr, Peckluun and others to AFFAIBSWAaauKJTorr immediately' North (and .oiM.ef
: it. fri ods beorcie of them" diflkulty they found in over- ere to U eboswi, sad in 'Massachusetts, questionable legal authority, that slavery j is creature vote against tha bilL" TeItieioe!! Vua, and If slAve property ean 1
:. Vermont, New York, Pennsylvania, North Carolina'I positive statute, and that there can b* Doltgol- July 15.Tbe advantage ia MUwuri sad other Stat'S,

'L. I The anthor of this- noble Tindxation, b e it rfceredis Floiida, Louisinna: AiknusM, Indiana, Illinois, Mis, ly valid slaveholdiug in Kansas nutil ao express law !:w The whips of Gadsckm have nominated for, Seoate bare postponed the farther flooridrra- W w, I see ao ream wkyitIO'51dU .th11
establish it I In short wh doe that tbe Iom.stead.BtIl until Monday, wheoaeomLpronusa -
shall not see lion iWJft
independent"Wbig.tjut too of th. lowvtnd California the Legislature MnjJ Mile* Johnson. N. ZaigUr, John i advantage sboer tbe fee of j/
an eouri equal
: : Jrufason Lfgiolatures arc to be elected there is foul phiy throughout thatu PopuhursurreiKnty will b* brought forward M tbo present billfbannot .itjac4m
South to
L rLts I7 a 5I111I! >2 tlur wuli cs or ujj>cctjnj tlem o/ t of Keith 1 _-- .



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: 1 1jectiu write lotus-tree- Al Svdru wbicti i h Ihe.utiuvet l lini.&ot-eve. f For Charleston. Leoa F.euialeAcademy. i irpHIS p $4I- I 1-t
the fact that at hi aruVilwr.s. bclRines U.e eattate ( )
fietie3! if possible by R public 3ib nlaa ighly ttrtpcrooiJL RESIDENT DENTIST '

of lie S.uattcr in Kansav, held n short of the Eastern woild at tj.'u peiiod ; exhausted ated ku wJedff.-ijpynfcdMrLk-h-no angrl dare to paf* THE Brig MARY ANN. Cuptaln Vincent, condition during the {Mat jea>. lbs b ndiiii 1. FLA. ,
; J.. above TALLAHASSEE.
'* now in Lei for
with aud enervated Bad Gabriel ** leave of Hnenow-trave Muhnnv taking cargo under contract for ealargeoMttl f a I Wic*h.
tho Jn-e. it was recommended USouiheinera, to perpetual wars by luxury. ?Iit UflJ i'.lsnnia' all wit week. F >r eight or now present 3 coy Jnsertfoj Artificial Teeth on thaan

iu with their slaves and 11 up the country. It Rome retained Ler pristine vigor, no doubt Mohammed's med continuing his miTch through ranks of gk-rified pge apply to -JJcXAUGHT ORMOND.NL dimenau'os. .Other improTeiB 'i a aUowflll be made Trand improvwl priccipl with

mt that th *e men understood peifeetly career would have len \ ry different. HiBclieroe cherubim, and'crossing two teas"one ofli ht th other wpm t, July! gg. IBM. in the eominff"rucatioo, ao that the Aeadmy at better the eontiriqou gtuna. from en* aide to tl- .
Fall will -pt
ii presumable of darkness, passed the 70,000 veils of f eparation.-- commencemeut cf term pre other, without seam ct crack, leatpifc in place! fi r tl.e!
about iu making tbis recommendation of impnature was devised with consummate Fire au4 thorough int Ucctnal
were and Marine Insurance.rpIlESavinrwnMatnalTniiuranr facilities for a systematic !
what *tbev of darkness othera of fine lodgment of food, thf'reky.'nrKlcriiV them perfectly &
*rst, l
aIi| the noilnnd climate! and know: to what pioduct'nwsit and religious state of the East tt that time, a well snow, water, ether and chaos. Finally, he pierced the in? rstfabliftti*! an AcncT in* Company this City,, will- Tl-e Rev.A. Ii- WOLF? will continue chance ited of Mis the so to.fUfv dettiti.p. He wiU atkwl to all ealV iuMiJdle

ill is best adapted ; and second, because th ne a deep insight into human nature. He did not I veils of beauty, of perfection of omnipo'ence' of singularity take Fire aid Marina rifka rn the most favorable English?. M. IIM.rrca.and CLusical in the departroent.departments a.llusicanJ? by Erabroidcrv. *- Florida (or Full SctH Thcce w hiryi Full vt *i.L.irt.

of immensity, and of unity. When the last term Appjy to THO. J PARKINS Sett can obtain all.recfiuaiy,r&ff.ttnativn ly letter. *
fuot of their recommending such a step, prov, that pretend to introduce n new religion, f.r that would j jof July 15.U5&- AgenU Competent assistance wifl tie provided't Elr will warrant invery SrWlaiice, ut! &cUciv <1ncotosal6luiui4 *

men Tvho wei'e brought up In the midst of have alarmed the jeul.-u-ies of all paitics, and combined these was raised, 70.000 spirits were seen prostrate 28 8m meet the demand, and the earnest effwt will be mad*, > ->. Tocroa Cast of vh n call; 4or. 41**
they are beft e the throne, which was surrounded by a light -f J Notice. to render the educati of young ladies as extensive, .
their discordant into fc&
Lo know to what pecie of labor the slave opinions a general opposi ,. >

j rv aiiitcJ, Mid are therefore capable of judging tion. His professed objt-ct was merely to restore the the most darxling brightness A voice coimiianded T FOREWARN all -vnnHm mainrt trading f>r a rote thorough Female ai.d valuable. as can be secured &t any of Jtrme2l. 1SM. 25 RtH -

i best him to draw near; nt te idi he advanced till within I I- given by m* Williuro Mardre fir five hundred I our Colleges.The -- >
and faith such) it had been in October Walker.
Uic services of a negro would be valuable.IVr .- ; only true piinati\e ns full term will commence on Tnedv Rice's Patent Baby
-t had they been ruised t the Noitb, where the anti -<, the days of the patriarchs and proph ts, from Adam two culilt ej the I>h iae p emicc. As a mark of his htet.dolhrs As payable consiiferation in December has not nxt been, and complied given inMny 24th. Kate* sit tnitii.n per quarter often weeks,"will UNIT all thtoadvantag 4 ef the Walker and

to the Messiah." The grand fundamental doctrine of favor, the Ahiiiakty laid his hand on the prophrt'* I be praduated! ns follows : in one article. As a Jumper it is supe-
furor rntfea ao wildly, and where the (: with, I refute paiugsaid note until oompellivi bvlaw.
fcuvry! pe.Viar Iteadiujr. Writing and -ior in reanect to in nte, not rfqoiring tot ?
Orthograpy *
/ou/tfcr when fueling of intense cold thrilled to tlu many any si-
his leligion the of GI.! LINTOX.
was Unity
a" j is denounced and villiEed .
iultiti.tii th10per
25 .
,.- > ss 1 Primary Arithmetic..6 be t fastened nor liable t' accidents, with spvings ad'I' '
lg. i.
iniquity cf the age, they would never have ; "A piiuciple thus fcimple aud ob ii us, which no marrow over his whole frame; but was immediately JnlvS'J. > _go The above with Primary Grammar, iusted for children iliort or tall portable with ., .''i"*- *

UC1 views cf St as to aid j j1ti in ite extension.we i sect had ever denied, and *hich j'lVBt-uted to reason succeeded by a ftnsatiou of xpressible sweetneta ,! Rice Rice O o raphy. Ac_. ... ... .. .. ,.3 00History. child in it, and the least movement of the child can- -

qbitCI that it could Thi* was followed, as he pretended, by a long and Natural Pluloaophy. Compnsiiion. sing a motion so agreeable that children will remain
: conceive tierces
h have nothing itit eusily was a bioad! A HALF prime fresh Rice just landing it
C btC every reason to believe that with the Being." 9 tcv--. ... ... ... .10 00 in them for hours amused ami delighted. Sample tq
gicuod for a jiopular and uoiversal With !j familiar intercourse Supreme \J from Chat lesion, ami f-r sale! bvMeXACOUT
V'11 prove Va uuWe t'ercAn' >i ret- religkn. it Algebra,Physical Uengraphv.Cbem- he seen at HODGKIS3 A SCOTTS.
ihve. vryVrt- SiHith derives no advantage fiomrttiiitinn the Jew. be maintained the authority of the PcutajI I The above is a very nx-derate specimen of the mon- I ORMOND. i-try, A ln.'fKiiny, Mtutal and June 17. IBS I. 24 f: ;
ift July 22. 185 4. 29 _
stth, removed xvbich cut her fffrW I teuch, and the inspiration nf the proj.beU from Mies i iitiMUuchL i strous absurdities, which must be swallowed by every --Newport. -- Mural Philosojtby. aud 1 AiK'ivutLiMijj -- -- l-f \

titg / With I true believer Mohammedanism. How end the truth Salt. .
i# ii\vineiit) I use HOUSE > -5.
I that more than one hundred millions of our race, pro- .- A A Saeks Jjverpool salt in order COLUMBIA
hinds iu the Union vihichtlif'Vf I xiuc mi5hii cf CLiist and the truths cf his Gospel ; !. good landing. ofjnstrumrut..l 00 :p..i .c;
fnilt if J jn'-Juctivc fess there end thousands would l.iul.t-ss! 0\ \) and for sale I
for j errors endure by French and Ornamental Needle Cape Island New Jersey.
{ he inudu the revelations of both the old mid new I ,
Let nud
ffn t< enterpric itiduliy' rich y'cKAUOHT( it OI1IMOND.Nept. .
the crdeal of fire in lestinu-ny of their sincerity. work (each..S 00
I is
t-iii* fu'Ui Licit he l.ns Inthcito lcn elebcned! IvouW I TeMarrcnts, n bufcis for hi own preten'K'ns. Snjs Hnw ludicrous, and even puerile do these fanciful !: Jnly 2.18:4. 4t SO It i< hvhtved that in rctpect to beulthfulnesi of lo- .ThhlSnew for the and repeptiott popular'estabiwhinent of visitor now

?ugct t ti Leon'S it U jut iiiipiobaUc Varfiii'i Muhuninit-d, in the Koran Verily Cbiiot Jesus) the ejaculations of the Koran rlien compared with Notice. eati'-n, TilI1a'cee! will compare favorably with any The Proprietor thankful ft-r the patronfge he Imn .4

wi'ul-1 f.i this honeft fileiid of j Sou of Mar; ii the Apostle of God and his Word ; appear. portion i-f the South lioard! for fix or eight joung I largely 5v d. begs to his friend anti! this I
pny lil-ciHlly bii i Icmand so ref assure 4
euMim of
the the
teachings Holy Scriptures Such 4 LL peron having ac the oatateof
whii-h he conveyed into limy: honoi'able in tliis) world ladies can I i.e obtained at ilrs. Dr. \Vidtu.! public, that the HOTEL in will ho .
department .
!Mi IMit-( udmittiti fur the bhke Vrescribed Green tleceirpI. late of LOOM every
lUit oven :; argu- j a couipai'iKon cnnnot inil to ctreni theu the convicti ; Mary Co-t.ty, 8 <54. 27
ll .
e July ,
and iu the world to uiid of those vhoajjin _ !kept in a style Mipenor previous Benson. QMS
--S- .. ... .,... come, one i ,, nst T n* fiit them to tlw undersirrticdrtl.intlic) > litre
I..II.I 4I i 4IIVOV a V I I 4In ne nil* J.ltll I u imna oi lue and .
a'-h J near to the cf God." ,upon every reiicctmg auiucnticity by law, or thi1 n'.tieewill be p'eaded in St. John's Institute.F. his been mtriKluertJ into ZCU rooms. Halter celebrated
presence \ \
IIt 1
tIiv'd. j
j nic'.u-a! advantage to the South, and, if wet, Di\ine inftpiratiottef the Bible. i orchestra hat been engaged exclusively for tbitbouse '
4. Hut tbo most pkasing of all his doctrines, and the bar cf their recovery ; and! all! persona ind. bte-d are F Exeicires of this Institute uill lx resumed on and other Lave been rr.ada .
will 1 le l.r own fault,) wluit then Th'* jsueijsLVo1 McKEN'DUEE. to make immedi.itcly.H. rcany arrangement q
iiosl captivating to the human beat, was tie felicity ___ __ i requested 1. Monday, the 17th July iw>t. Siholaraiillhe! tend.og to the increased omfort and enjoyment of lbijufts. .
ed i" at issue. W have T BLOCKEIt..
tP im equal
e point *
tl.aiged auforJing to the Studies they pursue and no j Application for rooms be made by a irowisi-d iu another woild. The Mohammedan j jtiliko mar
iiljt, tu( tbe coinincui IVnilory with nny nthcr section 1 1.r par NEW YORK MARKET-CHOLERA. dcEWYaIJulV i Sheriff and ExifTtei' Administrator abatement of tuition fees will be allowed, except incases ire.-oinir the propiietor &t Cape IkljTnd. or to the lubcrlber -
i of the richest and t beduclivc pictuies i inf Jiily 2?. 1S54. 8w 20Notice
e'ue no j '
of sickness.
<. the Uniini, atvl vhilo we admit the liht tf nvt' 14. protracted ? L. liABWLOD.

rcipii'iftaUK ttl iL. nwnyvhh eluvny u tboii ownlitait 'iii-i.tnl imiig'maiiun. (Gardens fairer than that of j jIvdi'ii Cotton continues active and firm. Liuler an upward to Debtors and Creditors. Beside the usua course i.fa complete and tboroiiKh No. 17 South 3rd street, FbiladelpLi 4N. .

,watered by a .treaIiscaK.iitIg) f.iuntuL, Coffee i is demand indebted English education the Latin. Greek, French and Grr- R-Extensivu staLling on tie premiaei.
sc ciMitend thht citizen; ii'tlw United State; tendency. Corn is fiim. good at LI. persona t.tii estate of Henry Kt-n-
any ; luau hmgUH will be and faithful
competent .IunulT,1554. 3d 24
poves of unfading veidur**, ad<>ine-d tIe.eIi1ipy man- .t drick.deeeaseel late nf L IIJ Ci %::ity, are hereby
its 1Oto1U .
Las tbe "mlit-rait lijbt t thVe tci any cf TeniUi-y, : iwtructors.Tiittijn
tbocoiientu'i' 11 t'k.i. Tlie dekirea of the blrfted inhabitants were to | Washington fcailfd 1r Liverpool today witu ] rMjii'-t.-'l ti) mak1 pRymnt imm*diafe-ly ; and all 1 l.- will vary from ten to twenty dollars! and 700 Acres first rate Land for Sale. ;
jut. thins: iccogruised as projK-ity by ; nsftinst said estat. be i ii th
bc-gritifud with jwails aud diamonds-robese-f iikof matids must presented positively jiavuble) iu advsnee. rf"HIE Snlwcriber offers for sale his Plantation Iving
a'll vii.b tu have that IrivIcer nco-rde-j Dv 1COUOingoltL required by law, otherwise this notice will U-
we \ time JL
and half miles of
-palaces inaible1-rich wines-golden diihefcLliiom For further particulars address ten a north Tallahassee. There
avuil rlvee (1 f it t. ASoutluiiur The deaths by cholera fjr the wetk have been -.lead iu bar of their rt-roverv. .
htt'IiCV we e&'s'-e to <'Ui> r m> JAMES L. MO3ELEY.MadUon. are iu the tract, seven hundred acres oas good land ;
iaadt vfnu k with buck! f
) n; ffirla, > eyes, e> re'tjileiidcbt HALEY T. BLOCKER. .
h.e is nit ch light, uud r ihe iwtitui< 11. ( ir.7. July 1. I8&4. ff Jt a- can be found iu the State-SCO cleared, and the
and untv.Vhit these Sheriff and
viijjiu Ex-ofik'io Admiuitrator.
ti take hit slave tu bia!=lan.idKr.nRai aX ,rth beauty j < The deaths by cholera Lr the w*ek in Bt stoii have I balance in vood. On tie premises are a good Dwelling .
) for the July 22, 29 Bw An Ordinance
e-ot-tly indulgeticieb wo.e ptotiJed tiic-aiiot-l belioer I louse Gin House and Screw, with negro cabins

e tier lii-stotaLe Lip rojinty ofhattvtr demij) : tie must excruciating torments that imagination j I :Gl. Mil'imn Circuit -,vrP.J M'ddl Cirnt-t nf Florida. Tu amend an Ordinance rntit/rJ An Ordinance and all other out-buildings. To a guod purchaser,this

ti ni. And ytt we ha\ e men ill 4ur Kii.IslvvLo rtf ( could feuggctt, vue denounced aguiiiet all v bo refused { EROM TEXAS. 1 ': ,'/ linn. 1 51. Atti'oh'ueyt.! riuni sncru ti.Wiliiini Ilesul'itinci tlf Pvllcf of 2'ullu/faxs'r. is a rare opportunity. Terui made easy. Addre*, '

VAlmg; tbat this ight bhuuld be trajnjled under tie ; 4 :; ; 71f(). S LOTION 1. lie U orJ1i i'd tv the and me tlirougb the Tallahassee Fut Oijce, t"r see nee en
10 eiLrtce, the f.ith f 3lvInu4dned.'74 lid/s. | Xi.w OaLE\Ns.Jhly 17.i ;. Cuvnctl of the Tallahassee ,
Cctnnwn City i-f the
fuiatkIwwIio in favor f premises. J. ELIOT.
fiot bunrndcrmgrrnthitg and Jin-e .
MrXnught Ormond. Mrclur.tsri
dilTviiiig hi their di-jrite of puiu, wi-ie to leecive the i T xaf date to the 14th tire at h.M.d.: A U Jy ofIn That it thall not be lawful fi.r uuy person except the June 10.1851. 23Gwnn's -
jut-t to pietent the iintval of LII agita--' jaitl.erIL. usiiig the name and ntyle of ilc>" V?.
ikune'd ; r.nJ l the tulfeier nii ht juelge ofbis Han?, font Mexico, ate iirtreiiiig mto tbe iateri.r 4 rn.I.'li *. >\vnf-r or employer to Lireor loan to any slave or freeP' f'v
A- )
tioii tbat Ins ueicr ft ard .' 15uttwei.ty > < atphtiuewi'Ulil v of ci'Ior. aiiy h"jse, muU, canine, or other Patent Reaction Centrifugal
ten.Lie u'lM'inbtu be was inforuie-d that the teutliic of Texas. Tiers l.t-in; no efficient troopt, to i : \ViIni-t Walter.Oeonrc H. Walter an-1 Richard T. .
: have done its wt-31 as iiow, 'iotJd it! With t.>ove\iiu vshritcver, nitbout a written permit from Pump and Fire Engine. .
of tl.ct ) vietua.1. ail xcitnieiit Whlkfr, -n-hinU and Partners, uting the name arid
> ruILi.l.neut WHS to t-ut buinim them rousiderable- prevtil.I Tbei I cf euch slave
the employer guardian oi
owner or or
that ; DAFTED to situation unlimited In '
the pretfLt tide of cniigialioii i is tolling vtttwarJ of Walter* t Walker. any ; power
and to be thud with bbuts of lie the hest'Tkhicbwouldcaube 'fthe General i style < audi free of color, the here he .
: i pcnple complain coui pursued by person stating f-lace or certain in action iu and withI .
in one mighty, continuous stream, iu far ]less I I r : l>-iiilants niJ all others infftretedrill take .4 : permanent use ; i'
\ his *cu11. to boil like a e-aldiou." Smith, and ale petitioning for Lis reuiovul, and f.r I pllT I she may be gidog, and the tim of absence, under a so low jn cost that they are rtpTi3y superseding alj .: ..
8uf1cktpjUttifl I 1 in/tice of the Ci'nirjinceriJtiit <'f the hove suit bv
than that time the** Tt-nlioiies will of not exceeding FIVE DOLLAR* for each yb.
"Another artitVeMH A\anted to give etTett to this the of General Haint-y t.> the eLjfi. I penalty others. Tbe atU>nii>in of JTariferb is especially called .
| apjxiintrnent .m- attachment und' are hereby iiotitied to and Lt
f appear if ibis Ordinance, at tie discretion of Ls Jti-
to furm State Com-titutious, aud pJy| ''r to its ( i safe .
efficiency Jt
', plaubiLle sybtem the t>aticti<>u of Divine authority. I inniid.: The flops throughout the Slato; are lejM.itedj 1 plead to the; eUcLration tb! -ri'i riWPOPE. itiulnnt.SEC. >r Draiuage. *a perfect guard ..
]lnii-.sion into the Uww. Uttd action been -fetreJ ntrainst the ill effects i-n ct'ttug and other plantation.
a | According next to the UMTV or me DLITY) ptand* j tllrit.I it MAYS. 2. EC further ord nfd.That any stare or freeperson of the destructive rains of the Southern climate JIud.
for Nebraska and Knunns would J uvebceu 22, 1854. 29 Plnintiffs' Att-mey?. ; ,,
twenty years Ju'y of color found after the Lour of nine o'clock during .
the second Juu.Unu-Lital crticle of tb<* 1 Gravel, ace) other substance Jo ;u>t injure it. It u .
iucuUib'.y! nnd Jbrever lott to thu SoUth, A>r nuSoulhenier RATIFICATION OF THE JAPAN TREATY.I : the week, or at any time on the Sabbath day or
that iioilAilMED! ArOeTLE Goj Oil : M,>d *"> f'iirijif ('oirI. Jii'jl!' Cii'rut t adapted for Steamers, Manufactories. Mines Water
or other pIece in the city, t Works fur large; cities, and all situations quiring a.I .

jf that odious clause vhih madi nil] >l..ve6xfrwmen these two pillaib! -thr one au eternal truth the other The f*na** or Saturday, unanimously ratified the I $270 C-J-K'O.' I where liquor of any kind. wine, cider beer, or other I powerful pumps. Size manufactured of from 25 tw .

'. aad an impious licti'.n-thc Ea .teiu impo ture has uttcJin Japan Ti eaty. Richard J. Man.I Fpiritu
ns B"OU as the dividing line wnf ciwf utisbake-n: nubility u>r ujiw .rils! of I 1'J'jOturr.' ) ." I t I ty le'w thai a gallon, uales* ScOt by ,}his or her matter, satisfied of these facts, at the Office and Warehouse of I

the o-untry w. S&
The angel Gabriel was the pretended messenger FOPE1S O1 TIlE riTOLEIIA.r E. Wilnof Valt.T. Gc'rrs' H. Walter and Ttt(1IYI1 Company Brcadwoy.Yoik .
with tIP diocij-les cf GiTt-lry, Sevrar l Htd KtlIr. t, July' 17.i T. Walk* r M.-rohant* and I Partners, uiiag the name that -If.-et. such fclive or irepersoii ofe.or bbali b.- New -Tfmoved from No. 21, tearly opposite,
loin heaven, who, from time to time, repealed t. him j l.cteil! in j'.i!. and there kept tr.tIl-J o'eWk next n'r.r11:117. May
T\ho would have demanded admittance as H 5UttuuJtr < .iid: 1 t-tvlt-! ; ">v iiltt-r* & Wal': T.IH 27.1S51. 2tn 2t. .
tbe coatentsof th Koiau. But it was not SwCcifnt Thi' chtira. i ro}
a iittitction carrying out Ihvir peculiar A J'JWBcf Phii&dtlpLii.: Therenieiie> irj tlJ- F If.-T ! and all Mh *i. irti-rcste.l will take as.l jail f0s, cr reciviag not ex.ecdixg I La..L'a, at Copartnership Notice. .
for hin to be yiite1 i by un i.reLt ngel, be must need
f h VtiV. > notice of the euIen'e2tt1t of tbe ahme > ait bYitni.hi 1 tin* <1i"rti'.n (if the Inttridnrit. Yet any vi.ihitr.n eif TIE un J visit }IK area itsdf u'.id receive tru'-tioii fieim the ; enf i.rr'l are 1 er-l.v n->tiriednlaJ ; ; t. appar_ aol ; ''Ms i ; (>rili>inic; .\ tie r.t'riMi or -r.sfii9 ownin or k en- I JL nRrtneraLir> in the e %

Put would twenty years hence have made the coi.vuloion -j lij.s of ikv'y. The woiidetful r other pL.e -, shall beiine'i nit i WHOLESALE AND RETAIL .

II-IM- ten il>lo v ho i it JuJ c ( ? > it ua1.- '.u.l! tit bcrf-afier 1-51. t'tf. ]: Itt7c- -
Lavr iiH.llificd tie fjtuiticieui the fee-'iei: i Wcuu : r- tKtn the IntfD'lunt. j

lge the fu'ure by the tt. Th j bitUruc : new to M'nie ft tny remit r-, au-1 eaM.ot; fail of b-.nigJtT.cresthig ji-.J'cr of tb<- Fl"ridi Itsirhi'l' !>< '" <-
# )ii'y ju pa to all On the i.- ..!J.t ''f this cti tialx f!<- tli1 ( (bee rf tiic (.'Ink r.f th.! >uj -ii.>r Court ay CO.'EK7.< j ivgrues or p"ple (>f color, in any part of tie e-ity j BARNARD '
&, MAXWELL. : .
s 44 fet'liu tgalint flavciy <-Q c('!iwtnt.t'y 0:1
j (:ul situ, calm b..t cicevdiiiijly ii.kiIuLann'tl: : f p.itbeuts tnit'-eujitof; a rccoid filed tb.-i-in.! r j"HK I'i.l'ii'; tire! mf.irme'e! that lrof.'s- f.-r ihe purpuse e-fdanciug! or nieii'itei.t, shall take ,

tb, increase at the NWth for iraiiy jean, audla-l tl.i- Linircll'UK: u=l 'eii bftuecii the Liiio ef .Saiu L4.I.t I m-.y be coni ir-u-il :iirit .ri.kbleatidacc<> e>l lif 1 s.r (; !!' IS!! ELI 3iijte.I i by hi* Piipi'will!' iriv: <- | j.lare without a written permit being first obtained | They will be pleased to fee tbnr fnen fi ,,.

S uih fjuietly: sultmitttd to )have her trampled a want of arfisnnioJ.iti"! .zi.! :t'f ti.-! ri'-iiiH of laY :ii far-vvi-Il coiftrt at t.e! C, .it-Iuii-!! in ili-iiti'm'-lt'> fr'> ii the Inteixlant and any four menibtr- of the and patnTia at the oldiUnd of E. Bainard.Jr. '

l.eiiiiii. iM'/bi-ftte you irv it-a-io'ii fi-r tL.. u-"j' ; lion if I'm- on 'l' evtniri.; L'Tth ii ti CuiLi4LitL..tigsiclv' Council, wli'jse duty it .shall "be to jire ribe the tiuief .. &Lni bf the ilrtwr, corner of Monroe -

jtT JIutiiig np}>tzeJ the ]>ro]>het e>f his iiitiuilodoya f >re-g"ing sule, wl.icJi}: j/r'-l'iMy) ii-.t "cciir ti k. Ijl ,.t3 'Ctt. >" an-1 at what time they bul! btoik up; and and Cliiitoa streets. *here they will ke. p : ,

> e thal.t: Would Le etill nun bitter then "von at \ #.;ehe I J'l'istiite-J! bitn with an auiuialcalleii L rji- yoiiit lc"-> \f>u wre )!. in ,k sJinllur .itum.tiui.a ai.d Miti. -.l..Jt:1- !5, 155J. t it shall be the duty of the marshal, or city patn.l to a full i ud! general assort ncnt: of trtklec apriertainin .

present Woui J cur j rosrtret* r-n.aving jiiMiee t'oiieu ohm eel the *a.nw re.r.tmiLiitv.! tH'jn-r-C' such assouiblsgLuuleuthisordluauoc is cwm- to their b'iie i'f business. and iolkjt. tie patronage of r $
H b1t of uiideept! larger than an a H but srr.alhrtbau
hare been zy bttttr then than MV f >"o! In the f firist;: j.l.-ire. the jirivili! ec.f uslnz th" ici'rrils Curled Hair Mattrasses. JM'U.I with. their fritucla agd tLepublie, ; :

a ii.ul<% withi bun.un face tnj lie b.niv cf :ihdise. 1 hwi.oei: extended tn M-v.-ra! ; f fiien FEC.. /?- further oil'u'nedTIiat cr> shall R. DARN'ARD. JK..
l n.ptisu person
acti.t'd fr t.e! 0
we Quietly] ; twenty ycai "I U-1 -ivcd. coTisc'timept. n l"t of tiac, curie 1 .
llii> c..h>r vat1 ii.ilk: vhite ; tI.e Ltir of hi. tictk: and n<4 one iim tier returned, thtrn to rj.r} !prurer ree* on \he pimiittfil to thrw Into thf streets e-r quarts of G. ilLOUr MAXWELL.Ftbrutry .
tiHiviiUiiiQ attending an effort tc n-raro our ti htc (I .) Lair atrae edoublf, it fir. lf- tbing s ft>r '
\.ry ;
of Hue I' uil- ; be cure of eQ. wild have caused the nobe! f1bric of Union.irated -jt we tlier, vsLicIi v. e will sell loW tu j 1
our tLc of tb wl, lnM 1 fact thMhifi such to bec. oifenw're <
< to >
1 yrnsp *e > t ? nmtur. 19 quantities at me
<*]>aikliighyacinths.: 1 UN who) ]h* )lx ody, wii.gii.iiu tad,, I). LADD.Ncw1rtJu'.y15. BAKER & ifciVEE
as it is uji.ii tinbl.n df inartyf, t' totter 3ut i they bnve. t-.' ;tt pny time tl.v let tl.i m !iji." it iI iJrr. i- 2H u'lJor a p< iijlty of o..t exceetliDtj fivo dollars, at ,

*uinsmr rights -ouid oi ly thou Lave becu aistrk-d bristled. with i he fiue-st ji-welry. that tbf St.j-ifine C<-trt in t n ci-urt >f i 1S1. the d creti-'U of tie Itit'ndaiit.SEP. ATTORNEYS AT LAW ,

a.f the Iu the twinkling of ane they clcate-d the Lilhof > jnri.ili''ti"n, ard the re-f-rJs :1ir J in fl.( cl, ik** ofiVt-1 Ilsccutor's :Xotlcc.I : 5. He itfur'hT orJ.iinf Any fwroer or occupant TALLAHASSEE AND QUIXCY. FLORIDA.

at tinjtuiut bayoucLTLus Mecca, and we-to uu the t.j p of htij.ii, ul.t-ir piayei'w 'b firbtit! t trrin-frij'ts;' of tbe uc id-in i the* t l. Iow the f of u l lat wb, sbaii throw or discharge, or permit practice in the Middle and Western Circuit*
ilr. Editor. I have noticed as briefly a" p<*- IJut tliKf'rd) !be I Inrafl I 4 LL person ba'ii.g; ltnand. iirsw.t estate f> allow L'- thrown! from Us her WILL .
I "l 1..t to
(Jiipr fo in rny jriven ra=e or >r discharged or and ia th. Couuhu oV Decatur a&4 ,
ie'said, aid wl.eie tlrf 'iiit <'f the t ln-at-l't lux-fii i, .L 1 V James M. V'! hiU? of Looi c Kiuty, cItc'-ns-! j .
*iblt mnte of tl c joints in an "Mionttt c'rfIt"n- or rtoloti. who i i-. the rep .nile! p.-uty ?- ; premises as TT.I;.cti water, or other liquid or thing: efuny Thomas Ga. j
: till hown. In the sumc inai.i J w ulj like to dit-cuastbein more tborotiybiy) as well < > :! o any nn-nibcrof ur.kroitt.J.! uutheuti-ateil within the tinepreaeribed j mny put any part BOIXI Q BAKER A. X. JJaooary t'1'c'Zr ?
1 devotions lit Jcitibhlun ivlitie} li'liuijtiied rtc.ivci J -I f a vasitf that iiiC,. iiMiin.ity v1.ieh v.did i'lu'e' I!I the : duly in Lad order, or which mhy ilaraage cr icjurs any other '
reinuiVs of *' Lp liut J fenilicady will be in barf Taihhar.
iiulice other law. Ibis notice -
us omc ;:i, by or plcid Q..iuq. '
the Milutatkna *>f the anei Z.t prepbct-' aiul luet wit i ]|, him ti their tid
es- :
Lvtj tuspaestd l u) in-jfh! upnn your ipaee. I that lid i it," but they Would in n i.nj"ritv"of e-it-ci | recovery, persons 1 lined by the ititeu
A yor'f; vorai.Appointments'by '. uiveis otItr a.hei.turi". Leaving l>''t;>k fik.tuudt< forest their tia\in? carried it out of the clerk's offi<*'t. !;' tate. arc bjrtby notified tojnake iniine'ljately pny-1' for every day such n&simee ball! exist, and the sam TflE PLANTERS OF FLORIDA.oeea ;

a ring at the pate of the temjile tie trave-lUrb aacct I. and if they -ollf-fted tint fat. lliev m-nuM IIA ..rtaiu i incut: to uuder..ired. '-----. --.- i 1 .Lll be abated, bv order of the Intendant, or two

the Presidentr Jed by a Inddrr of light tough nn immense expunge to r.mcTnhvr ) viIr rcturn-d l jtto it* place;: :, j dL1J. J. I X.liixl.o etut. mcmbc-ri r-f C.>.inci], at the clcrge a.d expense cf the t.ouon --i\p ZiUmoug. .
k of air. till they reached the &bt heaven,distantneyafSOO ujuur- ( I do not sty tbis) with the IfltCtI"tl! (.f reficetin? urxvi i July 15. 13I. __ 8w -I person or persons causing or abowinj the same. milE undersigned, now in eiijlpjji Lu4 aocn t : -
and vi'li tli txJrlrf rtt.J tit' Scuifr. this I2th J. return home, has made .. ufs with tL.
? confnit of nov momberof the tar. but I c"ull! cite ln tiiire: DIVIDEND. Passed ia Council day June. 1654.YM. arrangea ,,
Jt-hii MrKe, <.f New Y irk. toi attorney of the sears from tbi e rtb. Jt was corzj1Ked where come of my warmot frUn-K, and men of tbehidiwt R. UAYW'ARD, Inlcn.knt.Atet moot careful Planters In the selection anti improremenlof 4 ',

United Sa'; <* rthe) uiborti Dirtri' if! New TiV of a #ubte! vajHjr.] witli a roifof flue alver, from which inti'tritvnfelareer. who have lwc-n g-.ii'.tv of Tallahasse Rail Read Company. -n. W. HCTCIII.NS, Clerk. aeed. to supply him with Cottoo Seed for the :

in the j.l.ierol CLnrkb O'Connor, recigTK-d, to take tf--1 huu. t/ by chains next crop. He baa taken greit paiiid to procure tha V

ttt 2k.thJuly. 1554. j a j.iodi6'iuLu gate, % Lich on the uftn.c cfMobf'mg ; that thi v had b "*n p'VK'tual iti iu return.) Then of ,i DIVIDEND of Ttvo d!. !llar* and fifty c.-u!.* per i Sale.BY purest and best sorts and will engog* to fsroith the V

Charles L. Wniia, to V-e >jmty port I course, they fir-n't this r< r< EIt.I(- j-f.itiec. l--.t tie .1 Share has lK.-ea: eledared! this day, payable ou Master in Chancery's Planters of Florida with be'ter seed than bare ever ,

ljrier! lit linn Friiticicefi, SUte of Califtriiia. in pluc* hanneI announced, was opened by the J.otrr. cl'-tk] i i.m rrvmpellH TO rPr.huio it out of Ins twrnKi'i'.ei'. j deniBii'l nt tl e ofKi-c of the Company.By vittue of a decree ia a cause -Chancery Lite- before been brought to the State. Ht will deliver : ..

ofTliomih J. Ik-ulv, icsigced, to Uke tffuct lat Augutt lit re he finds A Jam, EC-IS b-.varnis of ai'gel* of kil P.iit acain. puppoie that Ibis hnpywiis wlii it i ii too | :; orucr of the Boar,!. 1 ly jfii.lin:; in GadsdenCircuit C'urtwierein! the the seed to the t'rd y cf the 1'laoter iu St. 3Iurkt .i if. I

UW.Mr. Uiaiiiier of Jutd -men, beiitte, and birds,
MeKeon, remarka the Georgian, like bic pred The uecond bi-aven.ldiotant% 5uO \ ears travel) wI Ionan..] ll).c intir.ct f <,f the t irtie< arc picjiLliowl by I July 15. 1551. 2t SSNOTICE _ and Thonits Mills u defendant, w e will expose duce certificate?,attested, aa to the character of (the articles ;
furnished ansi! the
a rrtitititinn"1 of the pirt nn'il tbe next nla-tfrm of I It It1. at puLZic outcry, for cah, before the Court Ilotiae etudiug of the Planters from ;: .
cew-r Cbai'xi O'Connor, i a Laid 11L 1 He LtW, I of pure gold, an'1 cotitaiiKd twice us many :tuels as H bwby given that the mica of the Ta-! j nhom they are obtained. Tbeiinds furnished .siU .
t!.. Court. Wlio in (hir f-i i ssiViJoct (.. piib'ico n- | ,; in lli? town of Cjaincy,witam legal: hours, oa Honda -
lxVieve tl.o office liafc Wen conf>ried thc fust. here 'ohurrancd I Kail li'al l ( cbarsrin} Storage he the Vig White Mexican, the.Vick the Pitt and V }
we j'it was salut'-d by Ko h, : pure and who li.ib'o! in a suit for il.imatres!: ? Not t tbI) I : -e 'uIuip.aiv v. the 7th day of August next, the follow iug described .
Lua Mr. the administration of I\\ho ou all R''ds left at Depot after the rxpirati'-n of five Little Brown. The Big White Mexican are the tno t i
upon by 1'ieicn tSuilug coiumcirk-d Iiiti2 e3f tu bin piayers ; bat he \\Ms' Attorney, but ilo Clt-ik a.* ruineipnl; and the pureftes j I property to-wit : .

3Ir. IVlk. The 7'r.lw-eTv\Hdi\ never praises, when it I not ]*t mitt ed to take-further notice cf the various, mar j-iif'ii bi* i (Ticiil bond.tV.t1, then, ircntlemen. von i* !la\s fur jxfrsoiH residing in Tall.Jmfbee and thirty i ThreeLives"Reuben, aged about 2S years; Jack, sought after in Mississippi as the moat reliable stock. ; .
.l.o| for tlioe living i in the country or gUiT'Ui.tiIZ: | 24 Sarah} about 3 but will supply either of the others if desired. .
tun find n pretext f--r blaming the ndn.iniftrf: luw, ad- vtl be haw. Tl.e tbiid hea\eu will fay. if wo rre drptivrd of thi pii il''?c we will nge'l ai.out years ; aped years.
j s cfpeei.aust:4IIJe read and tndy the record in the dirk's Offtee. Tl.w TuVns. will be btrictly enforced al'U-r the 1st August Al*<. tl..- f.'llowing! laml, to-n itTb..N1..fSee4TNofR: Planters wishing Seed, can addre him at Madisca t',. ..&

nits tbftt 4! *' ;oiKl aj p.-'ir.tiunJ." It fnilr.! : ui.J jnoie j.-qiulou tbua the necond. There LeI I be? leave to oannr.t d-x 1 next.I 2.V ; tbe V? | Court House Florida, poat-psFd .
ay yon
3cK! <-' u, Uiic 'b) : ttrinuoiig paititau, k u nix: of em'm I I was grUd i by l a\id and Solomwi, and aaw ;a huge TIP law dop' not constitute rio the father rfthoreoorde I 13v crier e-f the r->ar.l. of N \%" i ffri-JC 17, T 2, N of K 2.! V,*,ex'eptinu* from JOSEPH L. DTJTTO 4 V .V.

nt ability and high ehnrorirr.Tininany J i.n-e! ca'lcd the Faithful of Cod, ho had 100.0o'( that T fh iild cit in my ofTii-c from morn till i T110.S.: J. PERKINS. Secretary each .fssi'd tracts tuty acre, er-uTeyed by Thomas April C9. 1854._17 tf ,

1 otbfib under his command. !| night anti watch their n :tgfrtrc: nid iiiC'1flifl'. But j July 15. 1S4. 6t rs Mill to James Tbonuts, bv deed elatul July* 7, 1625; Just Received,
Iu tie fouith hcaieii, 1 H-.I! th S E t-f y W i "of Sec 17, T 2, A, of R. 2.V .
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t:? 'fle (R< ft) Cornn.jtkn of ew will Ml you wbnt it docs rcrj-iiie f-f me and of von.i Mary C. Bryaa 5 DUotee. In Hau.ituii! C cuit -*w Y-wk and New Orleans
I Lich w;. of e-ihtiuld, 1 Ia leeuud the in all 19B FROM fI -
I : ofj i It rfiuirei'me to mnrk them filp.raml t to keeji them v. Court, Si-tw Tfini IfcSl. \ coritniniii'' acres. Java Cs'fTe Sardine .
Y -ik. by! a v e of 13 to 15, dmoutice the rppc.iet. j Jluoch and Jost j'b. Hue th'y btheld an uugt-1 of a : under lock and j key, ( ujet! only fo the ue of tb" Joseph IJryan. J JTT HIHJH ARCHER. JR, ) Special Master 15 Sacks Itio Coffee, 3TjersS.Cs., .. ,,

jueiit of John IcKean a I .t tnet Attortioy forth* | viiy fcttm ainl terribl* ttspe-ct, the( dinlar.ce Ittvetn t' Court,) and it rcrjuirtc %r.l to rail n copy, and al-! ai'larirg to the Court by th" roturo of tbe' UA F.EY T. BLOCKEK. j iu Chancery. 20 Boxes Xo 1 Soap, 10 Bbls. Mesa Pork. .

Soutb eyes .
adopt make some weighty elmrgco! r.giiust the rtwnppcintec the The record" of the Court nre px-f-inriomyprojirrty; f Coitr.t}, it it, eai flLUtiuiU. ordered that the service i.e. Notice.TOTbCF 30 Boxes M. R. Raains, 2 Bb!* Leaf Lard, 4, '.
to rate cf Arabian travelling ; acd cuch Li* capac- and you have no mr>r.* ihjht to f-k m.'e to jjivetn\ nil perfecte-1 by publieai ion of this onler iu one of the pub ; hreby gSreii to nil persona hating elairusJLN 4 Bhls.PhelpsGin. 2 Boxes Lemons. 1'V

; ily. that he cuuld/iare ticatitreJ tie frvcn heavnitJ | the roceedeof that prop, rty than I have to a-k you i I lie Gazette* of this State once a month for four cwuiLsi j against the estate of Griffiu M. Fletcher, lately 4 do N.E.White Raza, 1 Cask Clarified Sugar, :. '

r- Ex0ojiuor TOWM-> died at ilacon, Ga, cn&turdayiatt I J find ttveneait at tukl'y as a pa. .JJc-foie him wab j, to want give me ,your, prcfoi-i nal income. And! if YOU i prior to the next Terni. deceased, of Gadedeu County to prevent them to the 4 do OU'iuniIyWbie- do Brown do
a popv r c.->j.Its I am alwavs ready to serve WALES BAKER, Judge. Ii
J. key S Bb3!
a large table ou wliieh he waa continually writing.iasertiug I undorti.jn Executor within the time prescribed by .0Symp.
ACU, ts :ry salary is uiall and those are the iir js Join FiiiNK. Clk. C. C. Fla. Jaw. otherwise this notice will be pleaded in bar; and 4 bib Ex. Winchester 2 Tiercea Carolina Eiw,
the names of all that were born, computing I that try the sonlii of men." Then why manifest more
I July! I 1b51. 28_ all those indebted to aid estate axe requested to make, 20 Boxes Tobaooo,
Sketches of Arabia. tbir lives, and blotting them out from his regibter the conbideration for your clii-nt than for m.. If men art I immediatelv 4 1)1)15. Granulated and Coasia Clovea,
rightly and honestly! no iwce ity for litigation will For Charleston. I nuymeut Crushed Sopar Yeast P&wdera
from Cricfilon't JJitturyvfJiraliit.NUMBER moment their allotted portion of expired." ZA'BUD FLETCHER. Executor. ,
years ever arrire. If they do not. and will come before the HR Ann, boW on her way from 6 doz. Claret Wine Citron
llMry r.Y
Brig Pcj> r,
[ Foil.] Juto tEa fifth }heaven, which) was composed of ad tirtutnala of their country fur an adjustment cf their Charleston will return immediately. Per- _iL!.: L4 2 bb'i. Lard Oil, Smyrna and JI !Iaa Flgi; .

77, Aralian Prnf hetTltt vnoct important and'itetCSting amant, they were admitted by a gate of pure ailvcr, difficulties they must expect to pay for it. B.KJS ilevrous of shipping to that port.will please hurry Fresh Groceries, 4 elos. pU Sweet 03, StarchCandiea,7jate p'j'4.

portitin; of Arabian liutory comtnene s with inscribed with the ilohammvdau, deed." A very appropriate Perhaps, peeitlenien, when yon have before modestly forward their produce, as the vessel will only remain Schooner Wra. R. Pettes, 2 bbIdB<.lognaSaosage, Sperm emil Star Caullw ?t

the birth of Mohammed. Prior to tb'm requeted the loan of a reewd. the c reasons did in 10 days, mid! there may not be another IER Casks Ribbed Sides Hermetically sealed Lob- Ix-iulcn F.n tt.
era the AraUeeru inscription to the entrance of such hearer.Thii port 25 ,
a not euL'trest themselves to vou. Tlipv ate anllloent-. ... ., ., t1TfiI1' A, nwxtnvntlll ...,.. .,VV._. VTJ11V ._o a V V- -) V_ _
not to bare ventured much beyond ** jau. jMi-muui" '"' t) d' ao WLLLUU .. .5'-rji &icae !
their owr tphcre wan the great storehouse God's wealtha What tlwnlc you? Very te'peetti1I .
July 1. 1S5.i. _ _. 1C do Shoulilere, and Oysters, EgIsi.tVahut! s
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.deurtI. HOT K iiavr roaue any Tigure on a b! ck aad J. P. K. SAVAGE Cteik Supreme Court. ii
grt Lori id
en pit, vomiting forth a thick amokc, S Tierce* Sugar Cured Ilair.j, 2 bbls Beef Tonc-iie* Brazil N-- -

ierprWing people. But Her this w behold them p the stench t f which WHH iwopportaMe. The presiding SUAXXAH! MIJlUALCOLLEGL') '75 Bbls. Superfine Flour, 2 do FuU m llaiket S'- ft Shell Almond, ijt.- t

forming exploits which made their came the terror of u=gel of this tnf.i md treasury was IJdeously deformed. CONSUMPTION, every body knows isa SESSION 1851-5. 40) d> Family Extra Flour, V Beef. Filberts,

ibe world, and have made it famous to all posterity..Nothing withering look being enough to blast the material flittering d sease. Itcommeiu}( atI l prcgre e oiniiduously 11. P. ARNOLD. SI. D, Prof. Theory and Practice e-f 25 do Whiskey, Pickled Hainan. WalnutCa'strp.! ? + .4

I. indeed, in tbe political annals' of mankind uiiivcne." that before one i U aware of it, tie lung Medicine.P.M. 8 do Lard, Snioked Salmon, T matlo Catsup.. ? F
I rfom Ibitjf/th Jieaveu the Lord pm&rve are a mass of nice a, then a sudden cxp i urc o'ch&nge KOU.OCK, M. D, Prof. Obstetric) *. I I SOO Dusheb Com :Kin Hcnrine; Soda, SUIr, ao'd V13iU4V .-*
presents a more extraordinary epoctixle than the sudden I the readt.I from teat to told, pnnliu- an injlamnlion, nnd! in n \V. GT UVLLOCII, SI. D, Prof. Surpcrv.C 2000 Flue Havana Segara, 80 HI!. bbla. Northern Cracker, rj*

and overwhelming revolution! which about the middle I Quitting these dreary mansions they advanced to few days or weeks, it is said, he or she l died of hasty \V. WIST, M. D, Prof. Medical Chemi-try. Smoked Tonjjuc. Floor, Dried Apple. \ ,.

of tfce seventh century, sprang op in this otasetire I the auth heaven, which WM a carbuncle. At some CONSUMPTION. For all troubled with cough or IL[ L. Biaj, M. D, Prof. Maleria Medics and TfceraTieutio Maccoroni Dried Bet/, SO Bbls. St. Louis and Dn.d Paths ,.

corner of the "East. Originating in the bold but impious d, tance they perceived ung complaint, we would refor to the advertisement *. Bologna Sausage, Ohi- flour Nai'a Cndl7ick, -
au aged man. with hggy Lair, on the outside e>f this paper of Judson'* Chemical Extract F. IL MAaTn?, SI. P, Prof. Institutes of Medicine.J Dairy Cheese, 10 Ubls.! Rectified ;Whia 'Poeketlftives,
clothed V't1
pretension* of one mon, who liad the art to cmicentrute i in woolen garment, and Wning on a staffIt of'*Cherry and! Lungwort," whiuli u eaid to I be a G' HowAHi, M. I)., Prof. Anatomy. While Rum, ite. La.Stine.24fl854. key. _*-. % -JChiWrea't Sheen; i-i. .VflL4

the scattered and imj>etuou >ncrgfg? of hi coun I was Moses who saluted his brother prophet, but certain cure for this awful dij>eanc. Alo Azom Tiirkine J. B. KEA, M. D, Prof. Pathological Anatomy and S5 IEY & ROWLW. 4 GA KS Bacoo Sides," A annJf lot pX P/T* Cooda

try into the channel nf 1jis own amr/if ion, it spread with immediately burst into tears at the thought that this 13amthe great remedy for all diseases of the Demonstrator of Anatomy.J. 2 da do'.Harr.e. -Ir ,. ..

amazing rapidity, and in lei than a hundred -Arabian boy" would be iuatrumenUl in hair. J. War, M., D., A lstaut Demonstrator ef Anatomy Fresh Groceries .and Provisions.TTTE AUofwljbob will beroki M V I nr aa any Ui tSd i5in
years I bringing 4br are now receiving from Tfew York" and New the'dty, for the Vasb.V *

covered an extent of territory greater than was ever more of the raoe of Isbmael into paradise, than Le and "It Gives General Satisfaction.** r HE Repthir Course of Lectures in thin InslitntionrillcuBimcncoon I T Orleans, per Schooners Elizabeth and Taylor 1st door South of the snt'e' or G:. 4 J. ;Megiziore.;

-owned by Rome m the Auguttan age of her power, all! the prophcU had done of tbe Jewish nation. Here !_ So aijr1all'tho i; Dpal ri in M'lAtw'* Vermifuge J[_ \ the first-Mondny in Joveml, Mitchell i Garuier'a Extra Floor// also. adj.'intu; the atorft-oi&.S.otgbt. ;
XU Uiat_ e reaI of the fabled monnrehie of Assyria they met another prtnllgy in pneumatology an. anil so .ibomnaytie) Pruptittors say. a-tbey sro daily and terminnte, the following March. Preliminary lecture St. Louis superfine do. WUlaUo UaV Auction any property desired tO1, ..'

an l ** ; ot the DDjutod cjpcJidans of Cyrus and Pd one half of whoa tudy was mow ond I2e oilier ftr recrftin ceftincatpn no numrrous that to j.rint them will bo delivered from Monday, the 18th nf Qe- Superior Rye d Hold, when called apao?, e>lW ia t5' wrrorooutr.-...

; A'xane cv the v&at these discordant elernepts were neither ; would fill M vrduino. But what is the use of further Uiber.'uutil the commencement of the Regular Course, do. Graham do. title days il onJaid.SaturJyL- : V
regona oserrun by the Mngvl yet melUd nor additional fee will be 9'nHenU Ribbed Bacon Sides, JOH3T iL RHODES.If .
and Tartar Urdtt certificate* (A M medicine(that baa become en universal 1 for which no required. V
> bear no cmpari.ou to the do. extingukbcd. Let theoam* of n fry of ita approvers suffice : have free acdcM to the Medical and Surgical Ward of -Clear do. do. ; W.tout Cmtmitrion, f. $ i:tVaV

inmton of Mohamad; for U thm i1!. Tkt S.xnth Xfoaten.The moil marvelous ofall- Mr. George SIaTw ll. of Augusta. Carroll .Co, aa the Siranrwb Hoepftal. This eztewire charity is under -Stngg A Shay'a Sncpircnred E&msCrashed "'! & 16: V ; 'J.iTrar4 l 't V I.

lleaching/rom th, PnUr, of nreulc. created being was, the tutelar angel of the seventh used it with the bcM (-fTeet.J. the Medical control of two members of the Facultv. and Powdered Sugar, ;' -;

to the confine of China oo the m hind beftven. lie lad 70,000 headt tad kead H. Cutter, a respectable! merchant of ""Louisville by whom clinical lectures are delivere In a
during i Oethio other, I tet 70yOOO/a- after having used.other' without effect.idmiiiii! a tioo'to tbisthey hove ample i opportunity fur learning Stewart Hard Candies, ;.i ''rHt: subscriber offer for saJ J V

of'Aaj the ftc, achfare &i *any movtki, each mouth at many dose of M'Lane's Vermifuge, 'wLicb coujjJtttJy re- practical uedie-ine at the CoLegc Clinique, wflch i iaoi Extra Apple Vmgar.-extra WWte"Wiae do. JL laud in Madison CountT, eissjr1g '
of oithen2 '
f&io&, aitI aEUtfpe. tongva, and each tongue tpole tftenty tftouaualdif- moved rheworma.Jt en dsily t" Patients.' CroM-et Black well's PioooUlly, thousand i acree ofsi goedjajwi twa- V
/"eat 1angimq; *ll fwbJeh 'were ineeaiantly em- baa altu been wed with success io the families of During the past Maano'upwmrda of two hundred ca- Superior French MuaUird, k bout two hundred wesare cIe A.,

The prir pal incident in th, life and adoration. TLk the following1 persons :> Eel were pretcribe'd for apd over \\hirty Surgical operationa Preacrva Canttrn'Oiogiir, There aaw on the liremac, I,
of tiig tnt plnyed in praise last anJiigheit'; Pittsburgh, and vtnnilj.Jas. Strattyn, PeDn'a *1evq.yred ;in- the presence of the Students fet, Fre.h 34da Cracken.Lumora sad Gin. "with fleu*. 4 ,

traordinary 1idcidu4 are too nnlrereallj TatDiliar lt> of the celestial *rjiere was made t f divine light.- Avenue-3Iary-J7;, SlraUon Mary Stratton ; Sarah the Climcti*. "Material wr anatotniaJ' investigatjot and Brandy Peacbn Cabins, : VIibaIs .

reqatre repeatbg ui tbew .lutcbea, ,Hja onLouod Here WAI the abode of abraham And aLio-of lieu Hurhhiergef, Manchester: Margaret Lnilciy? ; do.; will be 'annndantly* s piled. Fee:-MalrifSulttion,, Pepper and Pimento,

ueeeM-a .uooea. of which be Chraet'wbois *ll dgt4 to bt#* baited kmtcd James Hurke *ad Agnea Burke, Squirrel, Hill.!! ?;5 ; Fall Ojtirse of Lertures. $103 j Damrtnttrator,,I 2uv I Soap, Drop ahot.SeoUk Snufc i iALSO800 15d t( Ib4fls :V

n Ibartart, out ever fill the mi'oa with For sale ai all the Drug Stores in Tallahassee, and S10. Graduation! :'$30. 'Feir further informaliein," address ; Bu hU W&rtero Cwrii," ? >
-ronfler and ith 'tbe cave respect with wnict IM hadfeeta treated H. L. BYRD II D DflaO.JalJ <5 do. '\VkeatBran. .
cot at nne'AKcncy in every Town in tie nuth.Ij,1s5. post paid, ,
Many fUTcmrtCBeei ccni-pirta to- f4vt *j the other prpj"her : Htntfg' ])f ecetritcto 'the- 1854.- ;* June 17, 1351.2i HODQKIS3 t SCOTI.* ? -.i-- _

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il! DIOR'S' TURKISH BALM \. ,; : --. l 'V.-. D. ; AJn. S, I ATTENTION DEVON "WHITAKER leave SUPERIOR 'Article of* 4 .
F .. ," .r... TALLAHASEE, FLORIDA.WhoUaal \yfESSRS A to A t and H n_'_
C.'i. -. = f. .. 1VJ. call your attention to the elegant assortment of Colored laU og.for .ale low W .1iQIJ'

,: -."_.#) J."If. and Retail D.aler in '. Goods reiftiHd per Wacuta,"and adapted to yoursole April 8, 18M. Ii CRICHLow *aottParasols.

, ii 4$2p& .t,. .. -1 '. :.. .., ., ii: DRUGS AHD MKDICIHE8.. ). use. '
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..." 'TS now put up in the largest sited Bottles, aod is 1)UVUKLIY, Dyestuffs, Surgical Instruments, Edgings and Insertings. AVERT Sapj-rior stock of Efik ed t"

t JL acknowledged to be the best Sarsaparilla made,asi A Spice, Snuff Window Glass, Paints, Ed'ngs Ins Maltese Edging and ?amolip, for .aI.

:1'... i is certified by the wonderful cures it nas performed, a Oila Varnishes, Putty Manufactured Tobacco, SWISS "ngfc ValencineSmyrna" April 8. 1854. 14 CMCHLOW

.,J1 the original copies of which are,in the possession of t and Glass Ware, Patent Medicine, Real .

1'.4" '. the proprietor. Remember, this is the only true and Fine Soap, Fine Tooth, Pure Wines and Brandies Saxony M Smyrna Flouncing. 011 ciothi.A .- -

l original article. and hair Brushes for Medicinal purposes, Blonde UWhite SUPERIOR Articlof Pigored Oil
r THE GREAT TURKISH Scrofula, Syphilio; Mercurial Complaints Cancer. Paint Brushes, Fancy Articles, Ath Floor; also,a npehor artiel.of .

: t REMEDY FOR BALDNESS, Gangrene Rheumatism and a vast vurietv of other Garden Seeds Fine Havana Seirars. Goods. ny Oil Cloth for fornlture, foe sale low b 8.

, .: And for Ia vigors ting aad Beautifying th. Hair diseases, af> speedily and perfectly cured by the use He has recently received per brigs Ata Sawyer and April 8, 1854. 14Boots CRICHLOW,ct
''' this! medicine. Montiuk, a Loge and Fresh tujtply every variety TACONET Cambrics, Swiss Muslins

;\ Toilet Article, for uti''yiog.oo keepingthe Head the following Certificate. oC articles usually l kept by druggists. Planters and t) Check nook" and Shoes. -

: AS hair soft, glossy, ADd ia a healthy) condition it i* Physicians will always find at this establishment a full Striped If Nainsook SUPER artkle of }Yrineh'P
.1" \Jor \. Its positive qualities are as follow*:- TALLAFOOSA Co, Ala. Jan. 2, 1852. supply of every thing needed, and oaths most liberal Fig'd Cord" Curtain .' A Super lAw Quarts Patent L..LT s.I

.. lit It frees the head from dandruff strengthens the Dear Sir:-I send you this to certify to you that DR. JOH3 ULLSOMETHING. terms. Linen Bislx>p', Lawn. Broad and Narrow Ties. Cloth od '". "itb

;h J rowts, imparts health and vigor to the circulation, ana j your extract of Yellow Dock and Sarsnparilla has Orders from the Country promptly filled and sat Ladies Slippers, Buskin Kid Top (;iitiiir.,

.a. prevents the hair changing color or getting gtU.t \'.- performed one of the most wonderful culLs on me {faction guaranteed with regard both to prices and Mourning Goods. April 8, 1354. 14 CRIcnth" '' 'I" Li
: :.t< It causes the hair Ur curl beautifullyhen dune that has ever been affected on man.I NEW AND VALUABLE. quality.. Physicians prescriptions carefully com nR
balm U hare been afflicted fur forty years with eruption BLTC all wool de Lames, Black Satin, -
".; up ia II over night. This made from the orig pounded.Alo Fans
Thunnrt powrful King on the for* of the Itlnbe mw Bombazines
\ fiom, the Turkis-h Hakin on my lego and feet; ID 1848 they got so bad that I EPPING'S COMPOUND Hair Crape, :
!- iu.: \ receipt procured original rvigoR mprcmi* in the American n"|>u\lte. The pow.r FLUID EXTRACT I'i SUPER Stock of
:.srJ (pbvgioian) of Couitautinople where it it uuiversally tad to go on crutches, and in 1849 I had one leg amputated of the crowned beaJ of Kurope >iok Into ln.itP>iBc nct OF BUCHU. Fig'd Silks, French A Palmetto Fans fur Super Foldiwr,Sptl1ia .
,>i. The turks have been ctlebrated fury above the knee. ID about nine months after wb.n corapArrit to that of our American KingKuroponn December24,1853. Watered do English sale low by
. u always Klnpii employ the pow r T..1.J in them to 61 Plain do _April 8, 1854. 14 CRICIILOW
other leg broke out in large eating and running M'uiug Sleeves A Collars. A; 1iRf
richest my
tb.\"ctJderfl.ll.kill in compounding the per.ftt Inemue th. rv-hri of the rich nd lordly", and to rulnce .
fume and aU other toilet articles. In Turkey the aro-- ores from mv knee to my foot, and discharged a great to jr. T m Wry .nj a.r"'lon.the ponr aD.1 Jiprndnil. Glass, Oils, White Lead, &c. Segars. -

,':or rn otic herbi, &c. of which this balm is composed. are deal offensive matter. Sly groin nlo bruke out in .to Our the lord Amorimn IT mnonou King ant fo*hnmM forth!with rnbtn.equal n'ly wllllnznett alikt- 1 00 BOXES Window Glass assorted sizca, Handkerchiefs. A VERY Superior article of Segars.r..a1.

i p'. almost uuiversally known and wed for the hair.Jfrnrc .- large biles, which discharged much offensive matter, to *Jniinlni rrlivf and toofTr h.ilth nu<] bal| piucM (0tb ]00 kegs White Lead, pure,extra A No. 1, LADIES Emb'd 1l'dIfs. Ladies Hem St'd IFdlfo. CRICIJLOW! J. J.
, : cue of balJlutl of thin, head of hair. en- and at the same time my left hand broke out in large lofty ant lowly, the rich aoj the poor. S barrels Linseed Oil, C'bric Tape Bordered __April R. IR.54. 14 BROS '

;: .:\ sreg rml-nD.M in that CII".t,y. We wibb but vne running sores, Dearly to my elbow. Dll. JOHN BULL'S 6 M Lnrd Oil
, Ir.J1ID be tnadt of it ; that will do mora to convince The misery that have suffered for the last few 20 Kegs Zinc Paint Gold Pens.
1L Collars & Sleeves.
1P I cannot de&rril>c to I was in such &K&E&T&!& JIHEBICJiH! I1NG O BF F ?PHI!!'!
;: Toa of iu virtues than all the advertisements that can years hat I rested you. agony 20 packages Fire-proof Paint, (bbls.and J bbls.) 17'MBRD Collars, Embroidered Sleeves, B AGLETS Super Gold Pen. for sale rT
never day or night.In
r. Le published and that all may be able to test it. A ir- IltbTlITUroMHR! or Tilt WORLB, ant the frwutfftble 2 barrels Rectified Whale Oil, JA Lace CRICJJLOWABROa
*ue#, it is put up in Lary Bottlrt at the low price of O.t.obcrlapt my mm brought me one of your bot. "ln.ever offrml to rBictl ham nlr; to the"er..r. .2 Train Oil, 1 bbl. Copal Varnuh, Mourning April 8, 1854. HPerfumery.
:0 cents per bottle Remember the genuine has tbe tie wrappers; I read it. and found record of om"wonderful inp million! th. Dortnr ran My, relict i* at..roar. .roro- Spirits Turpentine in l barrels and at retail. A Houiton Setta of Sleeves & Collars. -
All general -
magical .1'
have only to u e
formed extract of Yellow m..1'I'n -
tijaature of Cvinitock A Brother ou the splcudiJwrapper. cures pei "by your tliort- .bo p-iII iolTrr, nnd wid not accept the proffer assortment of Colors,Brushes,and other Painters' C .
Dock and Sarcftparilla. 1 sent and got two bottlesof .. Silks et cetera.
tlwir ,
tin of uiihri. materials.
linlm. J i l it, aud commenced taking it. In two weeks to my Thi. wr.u-lorful mcJiciiir. Jurinp tb. bri..(rxrio.1 iliir* December LACE Silks. A of English French aDd C.
White Satins
: FOR TilE M..nmED.n TK mmm. A\D 2-4. lR53. fil p man Cologne. Real Lubin's Extracts T'
great astonishment ports nil became and I 1. iurrolurdnn, h r*rri 'd happiiwM to th heart of Imt
4 ll'LTJru.-I, a command that should be cheerfullv my eaey thou..*i nd'. and madu lifr a chirin to many who brrrto- VJ Marcelline Silk, Black" Jules Hauel'a Eau Lustrale.or hair He,toratiT *
could deep all night n thing I had not done for t WIIvlr .. Wines ,pt
obeyed by the children of meu. DR.I LARZETTE'S for garJ..11&i otllT** a p-iiiiful? an J nti'"ral> JlI.l t nce Syrups, &c. Jt1'Jrence" Crape Liesaee, on's Invigorator,Lyon' Katharion Darry's T
When I had taken six bottles had Ijniuivnti. .
my sores To the win-In wlih nil Eiobraucn 1'xin
JUNO CORDIAL, or Procreative Elixir! prescribed il nearly all healed. My core* got well ns if by euclmiitmei.t Klllvm and I'aio Extractor: ., and let million of jrladtoniniri OLD Otard Brandy, Fresh Dates, nIl "J. g'd" Tarletons a.* fd ColV.Bl'k onsr with a great variety clieap Verrtunn,
us au CiTe tual restorative in cases dfbihty, iuipo J have wed in all eight bottles of .rv-cljim the un-ri of the gn-at '' "u.r l'au Port, Claret, \\ afd White Silk Illusion turns. Hair Oils. Ox: Marrows. Bear's Oifc,. tint, Pn. '
I now of Pain,"' l'to'l..ra.I.| couipowd aolwly or T/rta-" IU'k. tier Pink aDd V
bt tent y. or barrenness, and all irregularities of nature. Klux Madeira Old ll'lIrt Juice bite. Lilly White Liquid and Por.
Extract of Y t'lldDOk and and f
Sarsnparilla, by Amerlca'i rich
your bl J romp, jrcjucfj own
s ai
> Whit Wafd Blonde Nett
.: It i. all that: it professes to be, viz : Nature' great '1[ now insider myself *''!. roil.Ve Sherry, Sparkling Cider, tiered Ronge. Poncet Boxes and Puffa.Shavine; Crtan.a J
restorative and reined for those in the married state ( \ would uk tbe 1.ANLL wbo are always 'cotnrw'rnt. London Porter, Scotch Alt', and Compounds Soaps and Wash Balls. 5tT .. .
1 entreat nil (I the nffiictt-d to try thi medicine, of what i ii and what l in not a alunblr: (..ily IMIdi.clue bundance gnat
judgei Ribbons & for sale
Is Trimmings. ,
without! It certain for seminal Peach by CRICHLOW
ofltpring. a cure Cherries A
e1f.'t Brandy IOS
will f.irr.r of "lain ,
for I believe it elIr.eIIY know disense in the to do ui a ''ial by gi lnt the Kiof > /
;i tousion. general debility.gleet,weakness (,the geuiltdorgans world. Lily aside all prejudice and just try it, and a slog!. trial, an4 if 'i4actury. rxrrt thvir J d""" Raspberry Syrup, Sardines, A Sash Rib'us Black Silk Fringes, April 8, 1864. 14_ .
affectiim leueorrboea wLS' A In 111I behalf rouniirn-l It. ";i .ik writ and oftru of iLS.O.S BONNET -- -
!lillll' nervous or *;* CD worth mankind and Strawberry Freuh LoIter, A Satin" Zephyr Worsted
irocluiin great to suffering entreat Tilt
N. that it U UM-d hy tbvir afflicted nd"blr.i Needle.
tti"tr au invi"nratingmeJjcin it i is unequalUd. AIx a cci- I take tlirlrlafffriHn Lm..n fC 'S shad. Velvet, Cap A Bell Worsted Binding
them to it, for it will cure them. La.i *rr alw.iMChjn'abivjand, wtarn they indurr
tin remc,ly fi'r incipient consumption *iudigii'tKii) I i My! case is well known in a huge rtkm of South ; fnen.U to u- tliw rr..iy Taiunlile ui'n,", Ginger Salmon, Silk Braids assorted, White & CoTd Bobbin. TAMES SMITH SONS Superior Iff for,1s
11 leu of inusetil.r energy physical! lassitude, female i 'aK'lma Georgia and Alabama ant] if 1111.llolllJ th'J _1,11JI'nd imng an Ihii art i r.f .brurrolunce... th.': !'..> can irl Pin- Apple Cia iii?, White Silk Fringes, Suak Cord A Tapes. 'Jttf CRJCHLOW A BR08.
. "ril be pr of a p r1ul aul true ui *
weakoc, debility Ac. It is warranted to jba.e tl.I Unibt the nl
: user in any of the above (complaints, and i is of 1"li.\. and I will show them the pear8. I (':.11 IK f.,UII.J inTallapoosa ttt., and fur man; lii' -riii! afiln-Iuii .i; u a(.rt.iu cur, Currant du. Peaches, Gloves & Mitts.If I
ICM value Ii tlio' without otfcpiing.CAITIO II mile from St"'s J.t It ,in pi.rf..eJy harinirii', and uirapablo <>f pro.lii.itsgtti Sinrkling: K-latme, Tamariuda, Notice.IX .
Countv, Alabama: ono rtTx-tj la this lUlKa-.e: vi Bg'dwd colored Kid Gloves
Irait CUM
injimumi 11103
;; ," EITKA.-Find the name of C lnh/l.k A Ferry. JIE.VAJ.ATI HUGHES.The She wekc' ruiirfiitution.U Flavoring Extracts, Spices, "%f/fr LDIES silk IX months after date, -hall present my fasT M

'Gt, Brother on the vrappr and necrr LU.Iit. unless you Yellow D. rL; ftud the above name; as it has been '.r"tclUivtl.ItDUn', to females delicate health, ret-ultiiig from 'jreuitf pnl-lHliin/ the public ttiou.ind Corn Starch, Salad Oil, ..4'I I Late of Jefferson County, -executor of Paul Uhwr
of I.r"rlD..1 thi uivliciuu It C-MM Cltl&Lmere
;: tfrfrited of late. Avt/ul. tie counterfeit as would' Oli\ :s, I:ate of said Coonty. deceased and asl f
. you irregularity of mciiRtiwil ili.(linrge-.. and other di. but t"ruly.VOI ccu't to try it : and Dr. Idill rakrt uiw < Capers, Buck Gauntletfs -r a disnuMk*
d poison. eai" peculiar to their acs. Thc pioprietor has in .ll-..irufd j"iuii'in on the King of 1'aiu Jin t aa audmurv Worccctprnlnrp Sauce, C : : HONDURAS SARSAPARII.LA than Ii'- I'Uuix t"T it. Engli-h) Mustard, D. II. A IES. Jpffcri'nn County Ffh. 4. 1HS4. 6
:; GEORGES bi* rHW!e 8ioii a great nuinUr) c>f oertific4ites cure We would a.k. h..v. you tbe IthvuuiatUm or uotutb : 'I Worsted j

ti. EXTRACT For tie cure of thoec diea' nriringfiom }erformed of tIe nU\ e tli-Tiipticn. ''io a' uic the -. ate not |.;>H..iit e"ii'aiiii-. lid .r ku.,, Uial I4'efiihcr-. -;--24._1853.. _.- 61- --- October 9. 1853. 4S WakuUa Iron Works -
an impure state of the blood, such as &cn>fulii :tlHietcd that n bottle or two of Dr. Gupott's Extract )ou ould like to ilri\e tl.cuj a..y ail oou aji yuwibi, Just Received ,
11. E.
:; .' stubborn ulcers, skiu disease.,' pimples on th" fJ.ct',1 flf Yellow Dock and Sur.apaiilla] will at once regulate then UM per Remington. AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO. NEWPORT, JLOKIPA.
:' .i ftnaale irregularities complaints, Ac. At Jf'lW' hose difficulties, and renew the natural "BUI.I/S KING If PUN.:' AFRESH mpplv of DRUGS aud MEDICINES, THIS Establishment is now iu full operation. U

.}: al tonic and invigoratoraftfie syttem it i) unryiiatid Put up in quart bottles-Price 81 per bottle. Complaint Would yon, lj wtiury.W cmr.1 Suinm-r a'uiCHt! .limpIi&iteIv.,. I t/! ';-f *Bowel\Iur. )ilcDye-Stuitfe. Ac, TIlE undersigned. Agent of the above Company. will be alt nded to with promptness, ud 1
and make insurance
1.. This medicine i, not offered a cure for all diseases 8COYIL4MEAD.) bue. Cramp Ovlic. ll'md Atliu.! 'lM,-J.. or any oi'i--r aeua I I -\1.U- receive application for M work done with neatness and dispatch.

'\ but merely for those arising from impure bl.od.- 111 Chnrtref Sirt-ct, N. 0, or p-Jo, U.. nUI\ .luip't: and Iii rule Cf'rlaJI.t .?OO Ounces Sulphate of Quinine, Far agxin li-w liy Fire, <>n Brick and Frame Buildings All kinds of work, such a* Steam Work, Mill 1r oriGin

to,: ;. It ii COTlirWcJ co f FL'RE UOMU'RlS .\ *AB1LLA. COI11Lm.J General Agents f'>r the Southern States, to whom all t TilE Gla\T: RiNG or I'"IS. l Vand. D. 1!. AMES. Furniture, )Merchaudizc le. Gearing. Sugar MilL Circular Saw tdIiIJ"f

t with other purely vegetable! substance: of acknowledged orders must be addressed.S"ld AVould ;nu ba. jour Sor... bwchiiiKs. I'un. flume, April 22, 1854. 16 January', -183. 4 B. C. LEWIS.Extensive :Shafting Pulleys Hangers. PInngh Cal Ersil

Ji1 efficacy, and ia manufactured with the alo by D. H. Amen Barnard
yreatfxt cire, every pound of the Sareaparilla being A Co., fnllahascef; W. Rogers A Son Chattalo UKr lU* FRESH GARDEN SEEDS, t on band. All work done in such an tstaV
;4:'. subjected j to the strictest chemical tents, and its genuineness cee; Gco. F. Ballzell, MarinLiia ; Jordan t David SPRMG. A\D SUMMER GOODS. I IibmneuwiU be done by us, with a particular regard
: \ currd of cald Ilad. Krnf .Kntf.! Sire
you (;Ii i\vTii[ OF 1853. the and
'4j ascertained before being used ; and it contains ann, Quincy; A. H. Wilson, Newport; Sauiucl I'u- Throat, NruraUu.! Sore lir: "ajir, I.uuibio. T.:'"' or Kingoriu 1 o strength durability of the work.
_ ; ten times as much Pure Honduras Sarsaparilla ae any litoll, )Ivilt"e'lru. \ "'ill lUicuui. Hit.< ..f 1'KivmvUi lu-t c'i. I'in iird RUTA: Bqa, Flat Turnip,Cabbage.Beet*.
f. 4 other ret offer dfor rnlr.We July 8. 1851. 27 4mcow lIaQd, suit all other 'Jr... nti--r dry or ruutilni, 'i ." D. H.AMES. HEIR of their cu-tomer and friends to the extensive Engines, Ac
_ __ fay M,AIU lOud M,UU, TOtR klJhllr I. l>'. JuUu ItuU lt'enulier 't. lft..3.: 61 Terms will be liberal, and all work doi.e srrietlv fcr
r have: en leurored( in r. orgt"1\ Tlonduros Sarsa- "" and tasteful assortment of Spring and Summer
IsTw. -- -- --
"i.i" parilla.: to give to the public n Medicine which can be BAKER, "K1SO OF PAIN" Metallic Burial Cases. Goods, which they are now opening. Consisting in I rash,or accepted orders fill seme business fiim in tLa
do fur them in clasofdieaBeN WrnH yon I* cured of kingr'n EcU.: ('Infer, Tumors, ofGenta place. Talkhaseee. or Quiuey.
r'";: lepenJed[ to ( the ATTORNEY AT LAW part
upon Krupiloni! or di.ri..p ( f tt.e Kiu caused bt impure
.:,'4'' to which it is adapted) all that Medicine cau do; and MONTICEI.LO, JEFFERSON COUNTY FLA. biix'd, then u.any IT .l'.hu llull' tf rariilt| iut :(: oufi lent that we have done so, we leave it to the and the King of 1'xm eiterualh. no'iiiuj cu b. luur Lustre All letters must be (pobt paid) to

) ,ol common SENSE of the people to decide DETwrENn March 18, 1851._11_ c.rUln than a

cut eductual cure. II Cashmerette M.H-POND & CO..

ft extract efiht rcaE HONDUBAS II IEPAPAUILLA and DR.W. WIIITAKER, DR. JOHN BULL'SI'RINOII'AI. Drap D'Ete January 21,1854. S Newport, KIs.

;. i'. the .nay wortlctt Extract of a uoi thili at common 0 FIe l, Land Merino II' Manufactured Tobacco.
. undersigned Icepn constantly ..
. soM. Then be deceived. lie- RESIDENT PHYSICIAN 0 IIOOK UAIV[ TilE Taletoti,
-- SafTbpirilla now not fin* CROM Stun, >* SILO sizes uf tie Patent Metallic Burial Cases .4 RECEIVING a further stock of somt tie
- i neutiuned iu the accompauring certificate. assorted Manufretured Tobacco at Jn..
t. you will be rewarded by a quick and cure. his profecsionnl services to the citizens of Clouded Marseilles
easy MKRCHASTSTUKet'CniOUT J. A. EDMONDSON. than it be in of the
OFFERS JOR8ALK BT DnunoiSTS k puce can bought any large D srkets -
t TO Wallace Cloth Fr' THE LADIES.-You who wiih a beautifulJtar and \'icillitOffice 1il'ft door East North. Traders will do well
STATUS. examine
11IK: UN1TKI tn sample'
-t : skin, free from all pimples, blotches, and impu1tj.f or P.ljt Office building, immediately adjoining Dr. WASUINOTOV, April 6th. 41 Chambra $aek" before ordering their Spring stocks. Will '>nr nicamples
! lities, ws abandon the use of paints and mixtures Nufih D. II. AMES. Agcut, Tallahassee. Kremlin
say MESJRH. FISK n.UllO with
AND prices attached to any desiring it. A
.' and use the'genuine George's Honduras Sarsaparilla January U, 1854. 2 ly April 29, 185 1. 17illl GETLC.MINVe: witnrMcd the utility of Fancy Gingham credit to let of will be where
i- _ yonr or- Cord Linen April given any sowtitv
--- -- ------ -- Brown. White A
It; :! k beautifies the completion by removing e.' .
every particle ,nament-il Patent Metallic Burial Ca convey is required. D. HDP
r of morbid or diseased matter from the blood, A. PERRY AMAKER, NEW COTTON GIN. the remaint the lute Jll'(. John C. Calhoun to 'I" White" and Buff Marseilles Vests" Newport, Jaarnary 21, 1 854. 3 *

making it purr, healthy and viyoroutnnA changing T7WT AT LA 1t he Con!...ioiul Ct-metery, which impressed HS with and fain-y cord Welting If" "
Brown Linen
_{ the yellow and dark countenance to the bloom and the belief tbat it It tin- bct article known to as furranspirting PROTECTION INSURANCECOMPAM'
-r fre nne'B of youth. I TALLAHASSEE, FLA THE NEW PATENT STEEL TOOTH CYL the dead to their final restingplace Black Drap D'Ete Pants, HARTFORD COSNFCT1CUT.A
:':; This medicine is put upin large of which, May 21, 1853. 20 J nEH. nIx; whnse failure ha? been repolted With respect we subferilie ourselves T"urp, 1(, Ek tigu Stock .
,:i' IX TJBTCE, is eaval to aLt of any other ever made. through all of the Cotton growing Htatr-i, is dill alive n. Clay I). Atchison, Jeff. Davis, Merino Capital $300,00
rr-\ CAL IO'l.-F and the name of Coaistock A Brothers JOHN B. GALBRAITH, and aide to run, and during the L!t ffafron has U-en Lewis Cass, A. C. GreeueV.. H. King, Queen's Cloth IIfI THE undersigned, Agent of the above

t I.4':: nIl th' wrapper, and you will get the genuing George't ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, brought to that sate of perfection which renders I). S. Dickinson, 1 Jan. Webster Henry Iwge, White End French fancy Linen Drill Pants" prepared to take risks against Fire on tuiId- ;
' certain. Fir ehoit Bine Cottonade, I and their contents on the most favorable terms
Honduras success fbiple its lOgs
. ;: .Snraparilla.AU Tallahassee, Florida, great superiority J. M. Mason, J. M. Berrien, W. Mangum.
; over the saw Gin i ill strikingly to Brown and Bleached Jean Drawers F. H. FLAGO, Agsrt.Tallahassee. .
: orders must be directed to COMSTOCK & apparent good judges.
= October tf
1 1853. 39
, 1' BROTHERS, No. 2 St. Peter's Place, (rear of Astor twOffice; up-stairs in the Capitol, immediately This nperioiity consists in its leaving the lint cleaner, Linen Bosom Shirts Merino 1 Undershirts ,November 6, 1853._44_
.3: adjoiuini the Senate ChamlxT. (Ort. S. 40. inoie an dfrt e fimn knot, and does Leon County lion Works. Cents fashionable Black Silk Hats
Hoime) New York. Price f 1 per bottle, or six bot- -- IIJHH nut cut, Insolvent Estate Notice.
ii a "
;. :"--. tbs for f 5. D. P. HOLLAND break or iu any way injure the fibre, at the same TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Drab Beaver
I time the lint that Black fur Drab brush and Pearl Hats, :STATE OF FLORIDA, >
f. to soft
imparting oily ( I.lil1whi..h
Sold in Tallahassee EDWARD BAR
only by ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW IllS tabli..lmlent is in full All
}lAd If
Black 4 col'd Wool A For Kowuth Bats
NARD i IB natural to the staple when l h\ Land T Boys fancy
Johnson A Mnnticello E. SeiiaoThoinasville picked 1'ATTEBSON5ex-o
'J Eppes, orders will be attended to with and
cio admro
Florida promptness ufautii[ Pearl Hats IL !tnk
Qntnry, making the lint from the same Int of aeed": worth fancy JOHN
D. J. Dickcnson and
BainbriJgc by one
I 1i.'i' all work done with neatness nnd \ < ... man in e"'flrtown.. \1TILTa practice in the Courts of the Middle( Cir- from Ilo 1 j ceiit _pcr pound more than when giuned All kind of work, such as Steam Work, Mill Work, Fancy Ooodc. I in the Probate Ofibe of said County a written day evjtstion

I I .. July I, 1854. 2C 4 meow r 1'cult, and Jackson and Franklin Countie vii) the aw gin.It Gin Gearmg. Sugar Mill, Circular Saw Machinery, Ribbons of all Qualities., Bonnet Cap, White and I that he beUetes said estate to be insolvent svg :
? October 23. 1M2. 42 tf cleans the Sea Island Cotton beautiful and will Hungers Plough Castings Brass Coolored Satin Ribbons, Black White and Colored It
1 :<: FAIRBANKS'PLATFORM Shafting, Pulleys, u therefore otdtred That all having
gin fiom Slit) to 10<{X> pounds day and far persons
.I [ rer ao 111\ lasting, lc. also, Sugar Kettle, of size, kept Velvet Ribbon claims said estate do
r WILLIAM SCOTT Mamifucluirrs! have tested the lint ; any t against appear and file tie isms
it is
in much
[ SCALES a hand. All work done in such establishment
Ladies Dress
I better condition for the Mill thau constantly on an Goods i in the office aforesaid authenticated in the manner
t ,. I. ATTORNEY TMONTICELLO f1A ; from any otlior will be done bv us, with a particular regardto Consisting in part of- I.Described by law,on or before the 7th day of spat

-:" }.. -, LONG KNOWN-SEVERELY TEST. FLA. Gin.In North Carolina Meters Battle& the strength and durability of the work. Plain and printed Embroidered Lawns 1854. ALEX. )lcDONA W.F.b.4.1854. .
'F 1' ED-ALWAYS RIGHT, TilE AC. SonofEdgecnmb Competent Workmen always in readiness to put up Black and 2d Mohrnfog. 5 6m Judge of Probate.
tr KNOWLEDJKI STA DAn". _.July 1 f0. 1853._ :._ u_._ 30. ____ tljan_ County, ami Dr. B. I* Hill of Wayne County and Engines h'. Plain, Printed and Embroidered Organdies _
! : Agents-New York,FAIRBANKS& Co.89 Water DR. JOHN P. DUVAL, several others ami hatried the Gin .m Short Cotton the Terms will be liberal, and all work done strictly for Black, White, and Colored Jaconet Bank of Charleston.A .
S5,1654. 8 6m. past FeaH ate highly pleased with the result carh, or accepted orders on oine business firm in this Black and 2d Mourning and Colored Barfgts, GENCY at New Port. Florida.
t February In Texas the New Gin
tfr; : TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA M ix>und to clcaaCnpL -
sweep lace. Liberal prices paid for old In-u, Copper and Black. Colored and Embroidered Tissues fMcNAUGHTAORMOSD.
; OFFICE AT TIlL COURT HOUSE. John Duncan of}Iata orda. who purchased the Jrass. Plain and Printed Hernamy, Newport. January 14, 1854. 2-
,n DAVID C. WILSON fir two Gins sold in Texas: duclarc! that if he had
. : January28854. 4 All letters must addressed (post paid) to Black and 2d Mourning and Colored Giagliams
in the attention of his received them in time to have Ginned h'M whole} it Cheap Goods.
: TAKES pleasute calling cus- crop J. M. SHINE A CO.,Tallahassee, Fla. of all qualities
r.r ; and the-pubbc to the choice and extensive MEDICAL NOTICE. would have made a difference of from 2000 to 3000 March 11, 1854. ii) Edging and Insertings of all description*, THE Subserib, eoBtemplrf

.t'c... absortment ofSPRING .....- dollars in his favor. Colored Parasols and Paraoolets, 4li& a mw arrangement in tint

J !.; AND SUMMER GOODS WM. F. ROBERTSON 4 J. W. EPPES The 60 inch Gums.are warranted to pick 150ft pounds P. B. BROKAW'SUVERY Black and 2d Mourning Parasols and Parasoleta, business aa makes it necessary to
DRS. ( flint in 12 hour The 48 inch
Gins will do from.'I of stock of Goods. This Stack
located in Tallahassee nud ciated Gloves of all dispose thenpresent
ov> descriptions,
\; Tvliieh he has just received by all the recent airivsls,
1000 to 1200 KJunds of lint in the with AND SALE STABLES
. p-,. and is now otttniug for inspection. In the disposal themselves together in the practice; of Medicine, offer Fpced |and to same time, Spring{ Capes Collars ar.d VislttM, consists of a good supply cf Watches ol every description -
he himself to be undersold their Professional services to the public. proper run as long as a Saw Gin; and TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, Jewelry, Fancy Goods, Cutlery Guns, Flatsd
: vhereof pledges upon in case of failure,with proper Ubage, they will bo made
and other
. Ware numerous article. pledge
Office the Storcof3fcrs
CF over Bcttond-Higfrft 4pS
:; \ j:c the same terms, by any house in this city. : .rf>d. Saddlery.
Dr. Robertson the of the g would in- themselves to sell to cash customers at greatly ,
Residence of at Parsnnape Proprietor
:!:: .' Among the above, may be found a very rare and Price of 48 inch Gin ?300. For (CO i inch $325. To 1"IJE LadieV Saddles. Velvet and Plnsn seat duced TOWLE A MYERS.
Episcopal Church. WM. F. ROBERTSON, his friends and the prices.
: choice selection of t he delivered nt the nearest Patent Leather Entanl Saddles
. Jan. 28, 54. 4 6m J. W. El'I'ES. depot or landing to he public, that he has rebuilt _ Gents April 15, 1854. 15
!'. Ladles Fine Dress Goods .. purchaser, and a ilau furnished! to set tlie Spanish .
-- --- Ginjrumung.
his large Brick Stables, at the old stand, and is now
o.i) nsiting iu part of Spring and Summer 1'enna Cash on ten days trial Tennessee Notice.SIX
to accommodate his friends mid customers. .
;. Brocade Silks Robes Solid Col'd There will bo a stock of these Gins prepared II R .4 ii
; Berage kept in Talabamuce !- ueet. months admnustr
lIe also has attached to his Stables, a good Blacksmith after date the undersigned
,'4t; 4-4 Black Silk \ and Figured, C1ethin.g.: at lle.Buck Store recently occupied by Spanish! hteof ,
Shop, here he will Late done all kinds of of the estate of John G. Raw Is, ,
: ;. ;. Fancy Silks, Robes White French receiving at the well known tauu oi A. B Mcars.l E. T. Taylor A Co. for the sale of their aw Plantation work, Horse shoeing, and Carriage work, Patent Leather Quilted Chamois Seat do. Gadsden County will present her final aceooat and ;

,t. &. Crape de Paris Worked, NOW liKE, a tine assortment ofREADVITIADEVCLOTIIIIVG Gins.All in the best manner and with and Bridles,Martingales, Riding Buggy and Carriage i vouchers to the Judge of Probate of said Count ,sod !
t,::4 :B.ragun.w and splendid Berage Delaioes, communication addressed to tho Agent at Tallahassee di'patch.very promptness Whips Valises, Carpet Bags, Ac, ::. ask to be discharged. ELIZABETH RAWLS.

4 $: styles, Figured Cballies, will meet with prompt attention. November 6 653. 44Wanted Hardware nod Cutlery. March 18. 1864. 11 6ni Administrafait
__ t
. r4,; Soli i Curd, Tan,-Brown, Challcy Berages, suitable fur Spring. and Summer wear, comprising in JOhN AL W.\HDWELL Actsr.
.:f: Drab., Steele Green, Printed Lawns, part the following articles: Knives and Forks Pen and Pocket Knives.Cans,, FASHIONABLE SPRING & SUMMER
'4.ft Pink, Blue. Black and Tissues diflcient styles Brown and White Navy Drill Frock A Sack Coal, P. S.-These Gins can be seen in operation on Short Shot Pouches. Powder Flasks and Game Bags.Trunk

J': White Bcragcs, Muslins of all kinds,Ac.,Ac Fancy and White Linen Drill do do do Cotton at the comamicemnet, of the next Ginning 1000 DRY OR SALT HIDES for which the Box.Door and Pad Locks,Cast Steel Spades and Shovels CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES.I .

,:. ALSO, a full)! assortment of Clouded and White Frock and Sack Coats, sea on at the Plautati-m of Col. R. \V. Williams, Gen. highest market price will be paid by Collins' Axes Chisels, Augers, Planes Cut-nails, AM now receiving an extensive assottmmt 9

.if... Laces aDd Embroideries, Hate and Cap, Striped and Plain Gingham Suck Coats, Wm. Bailey, Oov. John Branch nnd W. F. Lloyd,of Ootober 16. 1853.! 41 HEIR t RUST. Iron Blacksmith's Bellows. Hammers, Anvils Stocks Clothe Cassimeres. Vestings, Drap d'Ete, WbitI.Brown ,

'J, 'i: l ;. BoaiKts and Trimmings, Boots and Shoes, BTk and Col'd Drap d'Eta Sack and Frock Coats, Leon County : Col. B. F.: Whither, ofGwNden Co. ; MONROE HOUSE and Dies. Screw-plates Vices, Hoes, Corn Shellers and Fancy Lineus, White and Figured Jfrseilles .

$: Parasols nod Fans, Wood and Willow Ware, do do Summer Cloth do do Thomas M. Whit c, T. N. k J. D. Marrick and R.A. Straw Cutters, Cast Plow-points and Sweeps. Trace all of which I am prepared to make np**
(1 Hardware and White and Col'ellJrill Pants, YClUrrg of Jackson Co. :J. G. Anderson and Capt. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Chains, Ac,
I t Gloves, lose,Ac, Cutlery, Daniel Bird eke.G notice, in the most fashionable stjlts and OB rw taHe
Ladies Gaiters, Hollow Ware and Iron, Fancy Marseilles Panta, Jeflershn County, and J. C.MrGebee, :: "'1115 well-known hotel having passed from rocerles.Sugar term'ALSO) -

1:4: Ties and Buskins, Ac, Groceries, &c. &e., de. Fancy Cassimere do for Summer wear, E q. and C<>!1. R. Harrison of Madiixm Countv. _' J- the hands of Mr. E. P. Moore, into I hose of ,Teas,Coffee Rice Best Pal. Otard Bran STOCK. Of

Gents Dress Goods, Blk Drop d'Eta do do do The. letter: from the Mills ilanufacturing" Company the underuigned ; the new proprietor gives notice to dy, Old Rye .Whiskey Rectified Whiskey, Gin.Rum A LARGE AND WELL SELECTED

;.,; And all other articles required by the country or Fancy and White Marseilles Vebts, published below, gives some idea of .the value of the public that he is prepared to entertain transient Wine, Sherry and }Madeira Tobacco. Snuff, Cigars, R ADY-MADE CLOTHING, .

.. town resident In fine our stockcoueUts rather in the Light Spring Silk Vests.ALSO. II.iiiu for Long Staple Cotton. aud permanent euttomers with the best the house afford Candles, and Soap. With a variety of other articles Consisting in part of Caabmarette Frock WM.5 Satl

:.',':'of.. substantial realities, than in puffs and outward ap- *, and at as reasonable a cost as the times will admit too numerous to insert here. Coat, Fancy Colored Frock and Sack Coats. T
.,.. \ pearances. A general iorment of Shirt, Collars. Gloves, Cra. IIoi.voKt, Man. April, 1851. of. The house is well supplied with servants, and Tallahassee, March 18, 185.1. 11 Sacks Drip d'Ete Frock, Sack and Bnsirziu Ct's*

; \ April 15, 1854. 15 D. C. WILSON. vato, Hooiery, Drawers, UnderrhirU and various ulb- S. R. PAKKiiCbT, Esq every convenience-to make guests comfortable and Alpacca Sack and Buainea. Coats. White. Bivvn ed
.'' r er articles wo numerous to mention. *)(or Sir; : \!C have medtliefetr the proprietor wHFtfpare no pains to please those who Notice. Fancy Linde COtL Black DrapiTUCassime7 and 8ummu( ..'

f.-'r\ Dx T. B. LAMAR A full assortment of Cloths. CoKhimeres Vestings, bales I of sea Wand and other long afaplc Cottons, may fiivor him with their patronage. An excellent persons interested will tak e notice that six r Pants, White and Taney linen Pant

:. VFFERS his Prorc.eiooal.ervice. to the pubtie.I .- which the bubocriber h ]prepared to manufacture to which you nay was ginned on jour Sea Island Cotton Livery stable adjoins this Hotel. C. A. BRYAN. ALL after the first publication of this advertisement -. White and Fancy Marseilles Yeats, Faner and FujiSilk

: ":I He can be found at the former residence of Dr. order on the shortect rxiticc, iu the most approved Gin. Tallahassee, January 1, 1864. 1 tf I intend to apply to the Hon. Judge of Vests Shirts Colla.,Cranta.ITndemirt Dr."

d,.' ': James Hunter, on the Thomasville road, t-iglt miles styU, and best possible manner. All in want of good \\cregrctmiiot having a larger nuppTy of thi Probates- of Leon County for a discharge from mv 'era Gloves Hosiery,&e. JOHN PRATORIUa

.4'. from Tallahassee.Janoary Clothing call.tW CotU to nas through our work : a larger"quantity Valuable Lands for Sale. Administratorship of the estate of William H. Brockenbrongh Anril8.I854., 14 _

28, 16M. 8m- Orders from the country promptly attended would enable us to judge more correctly Hs to the relative ANY of the lands belonging to the estate of Henry deceased. -- i

,ji to, by A. R CLARKE. merit of your Cotton Gin over the common deceased, may be treated tar privately, by ELLEN A. BROCK.ENBBOUGH, Adm'x. I SKY-LIGHT, DAGUERREAN GALLERfiOVER .
i-: NEW YORK. March 18, 1854. 11 roller Gin. application to either of the Executors. June 17. 1864. 24-6m

'f..f BREWER & CALDWELL, Copper, Tin, and SheetIronMANUFACTORY. With our experiments ftn Uw small lot of Cotton MARTHA, GEE, Executrix Notice. BABNAKD'S DRUG STOBXritHE tbtar-
received,we are of the to.
opinion that your Cotton Gin R. K. CALL, ) subscribers respectfully announce
,1 SUCCESSORS TO CENTER A CO,. doe Dot iojme the Staple of:Hhe Cotton, and that C. H. DuPONT, f E"eutor8'February SIX months after the date of this notice, I shall 1 dies and gentlemen of Tallahassee and ')1

h-c GEXERiL COMMISSION MERCH15TS, there is an improvement in the evenness and cleanli- II, IU(. 7 $m [Sentinel application to the Judge of Probate of Mad- that their Gallery is open daily for thereeePti C

V q : V. 20, OLD BLIP. Subscribers inform the cititens of Tal oeaa of the fibre, which will materially increase the ison County, Florida for my discharge aa administrator visitors Sunday eieepted. Ifinittumee tde. efa"sizes

.:\1, May It. 1884. ; 19 ly "THE and tb! surrounding country, that value of the article aud reduce the cost of Manufac MILES NASH & CO. of John Coleman, deceased. and .tll. 01 the 'Ladies a 'D"

tt to furnish turing.., VANS RANDELL, Adm'r. and examine their .peeimeni.
. they are DOW prepared customers &c. invited to call
4 A&TIX r. D oar, a. H. M. DATIMOK However these Dealer in Drugs, Medicines, 1864. 20 8m id the art and all kinds..rI
with all kinds of ware, wholesale and retail, in their are queltiODl which eao be more May 20, N B..Instructions given ,
;n' DOBY & DA VIDe ON.ATYOJt line of businewj.Th satisfactorily nettled by exporimenti on a larger WOULD inform their friends and the public, that :& material. for we. -

EVa AT'QUIHCT. L1 'W Subscribers call the attention of tho public to scale, and in order to accomplish this, *. hope you on hand a good assortment inch Notice. 'KuHlfS a BAThED

FLORIDA. their assortment of Parlor, Cooking, and Wood Stoves, will be able to furnish larger staple articles u arc generally kept in their line of business, months after date, I shall present my final .e' February 11, 1854.MQNTICIlI.' 6 'IT -

I io the.Middle Circuit of Florida of the latest style; all.triJnmPd va complete order, at Cotton ginned by your 8ea IsIanSSotlS? .. and will be receiving regularly seek supplies. Their SIX and vouchers the-Jndge of Probate o.
Drvtiee ,,, Pleaw call and Tours terms shall be reasonable. of Lucy Roberts ,BOTEL.
:: WILL Counties of West Horids..: the lowest market price. examine TnaJ1, Madison County, -admlniatrator .
I1 AU bU.iZ&eU..rUStId in the to their care wiflrecehs. before purchasing elsewhere. Alto, BritUnnia and (Signed) J. I.. DAVIg; Agent Tallahassee.April 9th 1858. 14 and ask to discharged from my administratorship NEWMAN ba inf closed ,Ja.B ote!.

attenUos.Deeenib.r. rvoropl. Japanned Ware, Lead Pipe, Sheet Zioc Sheet Lead Hdl63p Yolks Co. Mills. Negroes for Sale. JAKES ROBERTSI .Adm'r. I and tbe ib eriber bag turchae !t
Houss.'work, Roofing, Fancy Heads for gutters' Guttering Jane 10, 1W4. 23 if ? May 8.1854. 18. pm that large d eommodfcitf&fck Jail Ir
24, 185L LIKELY MAN, about 38 of and a up -
Pipes- Shop work of description done yean age *
every 1 occupied
DuPONT of the Court HOUM. formeriy
x Woman about 22 with her fear children JOSEPH H. South
't Land for Sale. with neatness and New Store. year, Mth 3flhTBouss
despatch.WHITE A SLU6SER. or t.rm. Ac, enquire of F.H. 7LAQQ. AT LAW.QTJINCY :by MrOoodbt.sad'O the 'd
T WILL sell my plantation on term that are reasX October, 1853. 40 tf THE abscribar has pnrcbaaed the) stock of food April US, 1 U6. 15 ATTORNJEY tat. &hit method of inM1D.iota epu 1IowJ. .
; enable and aooonxnodaiing to thepurchaser.. Il: Haywtrd A Randolph and intend FLORIDA bM oOD trW u.'IIid'buiIdIIr .
lie b Jefferson County Fla, eigbteee miles East 01Tanaltatsee r Tobacco. general rtmeoL Ills /.. t.k U well keeping VMOT- ERSKINE & DILWORTH, odDtmu to e an the offioe recently oeo .rp et1ifly e apSM of ... .

in the naighborbood of Waukeenah. 71isehoiee ted and hs invit*. aU bU fneods to call ..nd.e him. ATTORNEYS ', 11M tate tri 01 O. H.d J. B.J5 poat. CIUPIISWIU be. .-'
k land sod b good 'repair, with two bandraad i JUST reoeif i a Urf lot theariOtll ,. brands HepI.dguhimulfto aell on M good term M LAW and to pfturtie.ia tbe adjataai Ooqatfetof tb.MkMl" ibis who .' Ths wdI.? eoa.ected'with .

: eictv acre-es eltarci Land buyr. come and MI I Tobacco.. which to' the trade will be sold Home in the city., aoy XONTICKLte .AND QUIJCCY. and Wsiern Circuits.. He will also attn the Jeruaa Sri StablfonII kI" Cant.Nswasi' J BUCXBtTR.'T.
I ANDERSON PEELER. at cost and fbar U. C. WILSOtf. 'J JOB 'Court ia Tallahassee tWHo&eL"J
fwvcIT1e1ve1.! RCB. r. fl4.DOLr.U. Easnui. Quincy W.8. Ditwomn,Monticello. of the Supreme 1853. 61
.i Jily ", IS:'. 18 tf l'ril.:2 1851. 18 May :-, 18U July 73, 1853. 29 January 7, 1851. 1 l Moaticello December 2t

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