The Florida sentinel
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Title: The Florida sentinel
Uniform Title: Florida sentinel (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Sentinel
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Knowles, Clisby & Smith
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: June 20, 1854
Publication Date: -1866
Frequency: triweekly[ -1866]
weekly[ former <1841-1863>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 88 (May 19, 1866).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended 1863-1865.
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering begins anew in 1865.
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for May 21, 1841-Mar. 9, 1858 called also: whole no. 78-947.
General Note: "Whig" <1842>.
General Note: "In God is our trust" <1856>.
General Note: Editor: J. Clisby, <1843>.
General Note: Publishers: Knowles, Clisby & Smith, 1841; J. Knowles, 1841-1843; J. Clisby, 1843-<1848>; Benjamin F. Allen, <1856-1858>; Edwin A. Hart, <1860-1863>; Hart & Shober, <1866>; W.A. Shober, 1866; Shober & Oliver, 1866.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 26 (May 21, 1841).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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PROFESSIONAL CA RDS. from the Jfew York Times, thIntaut. "(Mr.( -- -=
-==- Marriage Fete of MM. Rftchle. Kt.S<-ciTtary Walker w..sPresenJ !ling, (hat's so,' and add impressiveness to a the m ,ijority while they themselves, 1 by them.S : and have been busy and nils.
= Anna Cora MowattTo all l Senator Douglas and several' r. relation. of firl by the it's shor.jler. selvei and be / I IIrl'.rltppr
.. ,clt.n. CflALI w. DOWIING.BI1ThtETT term, nothing are, ever must animosityNow in season and out of sea. 4?
a'CHUD. -' clock morrow, the 2th of June, at three o' presenlatives in Congre... From lhi. ('ill. I t : .* 1ft ask Jones whether !Smith, left Sew :' these are Indispuiablo facts. W
& DOWNING, and Mr.In the afternoon, this accomplished laity 1 besides a large array of 1 beauiv, and fashion, York, he replies, well ha did,' and IfI"'III'III'I << lOUt use th.1 I reproaches against the I al Pierce: .nol turned his face away from
AT LAW & AGENTS FOB CLAIMS. Wm. 1'onshee Ritchie, son of Ibe"l'nl'r.Je there was a large number of ih member of"'the: affix 'boss' I esteem myself fortunate, South-most certainly not as Northern re.proaches. the faclionlsts. They still glory In his, Inlim.tcy .
ATTORNEYS Thomas Ritchie, Richmond, Va., the legal and medical (profession, merchants, I 1A .person I. not said to be rich-' he has a So far as the mere acts are con. and boas of his confidence. If their
WASHINGTON CUT. The will 00 joined in the holy )lionds, of matrimony. military gentlemen, &c. The scence at Rt- I pocket full of rocks: ;' if something, $( be too corned. -leaving$( the spirit .hlt'l dictated I vaunting be true, then Indeed b.a dark day
.---- ceremony will lake place at ltul'nwOOIlt cenwoal! was truly enchanting-the grounds, dear for them of "
purchase, it sites his pile, and an' out the question-wa the North,S fallen on us. But we more.
Will giv prompt attention to tbo prosecution of the resilience of Mr. Samuel O. O far BonntT land Extra Far, Back pay father .I'lhe bride, in tho spaoions mansion tore and Ornamented by U'le, and the halls 0111 I' Wa might extend the list to am! >s .\saniiitegralpartofthrt, country, I Extract from .Southron .
Claims Iowne.
of the Jibbs family! which has been specially within male gorgeous by all that elegant hos- anllt'nltlh. but It would! only be to .....rretu.I having its interests, bound up lit iba We deeply feel the importance ofaclion upon .f
PENSIONS, &.C.. prrpared for the occasion. About two thous. pil.li'l' 4ud, profuse abundance,, could provide I ate the evil, and we furliear. If men anil Interests. allii. filth In the general faith, It Ibis subject, at this particular tlmo. \\ e
Before Coucrtit *nd the Several Departments. and invitations have been Issue to he nn. It t was a scene continued, feasting and pleasure I women only comprehend the Injury they are has rellln II complain. But if we are to I must admit that our senses have been quick.

morons friends of the brido and groom and of giving t<> tho ee an I tho .ttste. I doing. $( themselves, and l mom especially their :I judge from present appearances! it "i nol I ened, no fo the mighty arguments of inter
IhriPreepcrtne families'Among the invited children, hy this lam,><>riig! of the", vernacular, c..nllt itself to complamts. Wa II I na! policy ruori,1 Ibis so much I from th'
;;;; ; ; Ikitr will *. fftfittf $guests; are the President And the and The Richest Man In Vircinla.GKTTttMKX abuses
AU 6.. tulrnini It cir Cabinet and neglect! of its capabilities, they would! seta wi no'1'11 be satisfied with a reversal of "hch 8'Mliern students receive at the
eaoa> <'V."y .",,,r1.iI It. a largo number of tin. members of Congress : :-1 I have thought f>r some guard upon their tongues and cease to rpeak error and an undoing of the wrong.. -S hands Norlh"r In. A recent occurrence .
-.-.-. .. --- .-- and of the Vffemia, Legtslalure, personal I time, I would write for your paper something the language! of Iho vulgarians. Let any person We havo advocated, ali shall continue to advocate we will cite' as we consider it an outrage UJM t
BEFERENCESi friends of the! groom. 9 In relation to the richest man in Virginia, take the trouble, tit notice, in the course -as, In duty to what we deem the in. on humanity. (Its last week three or four
Hon. J.l\Ionoll. V. S. S.T.n.\ uULlWol.A. The invitations are given; of course by the and the largest slaveholder in the Union, and of. a dty's business how many conversations I'rool t of the Union w-a feel bound, to do-thereratabbahment I Cambridge students went to Boston, on business. l.I l.
to S. R. MALLoRY, V j tin, Tt* S. S.: !MeiirI.SiiLLwuoD. An-. enclosing! the eftrds of tile biide, < and groom, sift be considered slaves t and the W'tsh ex. are not Interlnded with these odiu phrases the repeal I of the repealing clause of the I saloon, was Insulted llp xankee whkh ho
.. A. Maswiit, II.,' IXMQI 1'soms&; Co.&N. PII1"It 1.RerueIlSdSirec. and the following card Instructions, jmsiim: pressed in your paper a few. days ago, to and we venture. to say he n'ill Im surprised. Nebraska Bill. But wa confess, while wa- only returned with words. whereupon the pro.I'rl.'o 4I
CtsiLL Fl.u/ !'( Ne", }.....k.rillil. Carringeiroirte fir Ravenswood by. the to know whom it was so wealthy Virginia There I is no use denying h-.IIf are I do not have much hope that the South will I called out for polio men. A ru Ilia' it
jj!: C. J O. &; J. A. Cur, I'<
O. YAK Sail Sud..ky.Ol.io. of Williamjburg, distance five mile.. The Samuel Ihirsloni I of J>Piltslvana! is the dvnger of their forgetting licit I mother, tongue, Iho North will .content with It. The Mis.. violently shoeing him from room upon the -
Frmu*, -J' 1! : IIoLBSonK & Nito steamer Rarcnswood leaves the pier below gentleman. When I wa lit his section a and finding/ in another generation or two, Comlromi.t six months ago, wai I stone pavement.. Upon rising with lrui.e1 .
| <, Net lurk Pock slip at one o'clock and returns at 5))ll'1 year or two ago, he was the owner olHi'. such a hopeless compound<.l of jargon in the ground thl'11Hth Could stand, and face, and hair malted with hhwd, hiscompan. t
Washington, D. C., March 28, 1854. n M. EitrtfVips on the 7th of June. Will re. Iwecu, 1,000() and 1,700 slaves, In )his own place of it. as would drive Johnson and Sheridan did stand' harmoniously, in common. The. Ions, who were. In an omnibus near by rush.ed .

S. W. BAKER turn tojfew York at 8 ant! 10 P. M. Tho 1' right hating but a little wfiile before taken a crazy. Let the ncw'papers take the South having once deserted I, it will bo hard to his r..lil'r As they approached rattles .
ceremony will take place! at three o'clock." census, lie also has a prospective right to a. matter up, by selling the example of leading lo bring them back to It, but It will I In yet were all rides, they were knock
.A m jf Lt? !t.A: WerMONTICELLO.v The notes bear the arms ul the Ogden fum.r""tj bout 1,000 slaves more which are nor owned out such exquisite diminutives, as gents' and harder to hold the North front going beyond I rd down with club All were overpowered S
ily on rampant, quartering of oak branrh,, by !bis mother-in-law, Mrs. R. Hiirston pants,' and such terms of praise as ho is il. Wa clearly sea the difficulty on both sides i xcept a South Carolinian about, 17 years tf ,
and Jteorns, with Ihe following motto t Lili he having married her only child. lie now one of'I'm,' or Capt. liobstay is 'a trump,, hut are convinced that tItus only practicable: age, who exhibited lha courage Indigenous to
tstenJa non jacto,"-Though I shine I di has the management of them, which makes 1 a regular brick and no mistake' and we resource I"n. lies in this direction. We have I his. Stat, by returning' a blow he hal rccriv.ed .
JEFFERSON COUNTY, FLORIDA. oofWtst. the number of his slaves reach near three shall. have some hope| of a reformation.With : .- Ito by the Missouri Compromise .tlte I S In a manner so artlul, as lo 11.1 hi* anta.gonist. ;
March 14, 1i54 -ly.XABTI 11 The company Is expected to assemble about thousand., They increase at the rate of near our consent no such barbarians' ..hall.plICit jrllu.ltllrd In IrnfJIitYI t wo stand \imy>j S This was the only daningo dono by JI

P. DOBY. R. U. M. DAVIDsoK ''two o'clock. The ceremony willi b.> perform 100 every year ( and ho has 1 to purchase in our columns t and wa call upon all only .. I .torm.-S. I. them.
DAVIDSON jfATTORNEYS cd at three P. M., in the house., It had been large plantation every year to celtic them on. our coteinporaries who hold the fathers of our 1 Courier 1' Rnqiirer.; All were carrf.II,) Iho watch house together S
DOBY A. intended to have it performed under a lent on A large number of his, plantations are, in Henry language in reference to aid us in rebuking and Ilto a filthy cell, where they rentnined -
AT LA\\ (ho lawn. but the ,uncertainties, of tho weather and<.l Patrick counties Virginia. lie "his this insult lo their IIJl'mory.-Ilffilo! American Nowsplper. an hour ortwo when they were hand. Scutll
QUINCY FLORIDA"ITTILL -') compelled the abandonment of that Idea. The largo estates in North Carolina His landed eral. I1rmlJ'l Whatever dif r"nce of opinion may Clint, and sent to prloon. On reaching (lid
practice In the Mid lie Circuit Florida Rev. Mr. Wilkos, a receiver of Ihe doctrines properly in Stokes, alone i. assessed at In our country on the great political mnasurei I jail, they were rlraltj..I. out loaded with the-! .( .
VV in d, Ill the Eastern Counisl! of West Fluids: :: : of Swedenborg will officiate on Ibo occa. 900,000.) His wealth i. differently eslima.led Our correspondent/>rcfor telegraphs as utILe day there can be no dout that Ilin fiatrrs, and, 1'111" captain/ of the p..|.
All buslncs. entrusted to tuuif care will receiveWALKER 'it),'. at from ft.l.nOO.fMM I ) to 85.000,000 l\nd follows :. I ular l'r..I. about A fr.l. faithful, and "r' ice, oJ..rlll his men ((10 use his own words< ) Ito
prompt attention +ft Rumor assigns. the 'privilege of acting: a't I should think it was nearer. iii,.latter..1 \ on w ASniM.>..>, J_. a their discussion a it well can 1 be. 'll 1'1 :rlft;: animal W .Ther were
December" Z7,1853. j- brides-maids. on the occasion' to !Miss\ Emily': think ho has a hard lot, but I assure you Mr. cent struggle to which, opinions have 11'ln. placed the narrowest t :and when oa i '
&, CALL and Miss\ Grace O.len, sisters of the bride ; Hairstoit, manages all his matters us easy as Spain has remitted the' fine of lha Captain.. I II slIhJectlt in our midst, has brolil, out the haunted from nfe..ive they attempted t
General Ibo IIl.un! /, and it i.
Miss Margarclta Ogden/ the brldo's, niece { most persons would an estate of 810,000.) on ; understood strength of tho Press sides, and to ,I'p on the damp floor, they nero aroused t L
ATTORNEYS AT LAW Miss Sargent of Doston, a sister of Epos S.ir lie has overseers who are compelled to give I thai Iho A ti'it'f despatches bring a .served lo define, in sharp sever outline, by kicks from brutal officers. Without wa. .
affiir. Hut'
selllment of the whole Cuba:
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.DVID !t ntIin; : Wiltman of Huston and Miss A. him a written statement. of what has been I as url tub growing characteristics' of it. power and fur, focal 1. or any one lo dress their woundc, I ,
itself( I. ,
surrendered the will
S. WALKER and WILK. CALLhave Appleton, of Ciiicinnnti.Ye, havo hoard the malt and spent on each plantation and hi. not quarrel ImpoAtanco. Certain It is, that COlltrll has- the; remained until next mrrntng when with I
:! l ';' themselves :in th c ;* of their names of but three of tho groomsmen : Mr. negroes are all well clothed and (fed from, his course CotitittIit.A ". utterly lost all pretension, 'lo a leaderxhip" olpublio their fetters, they worn thrown into the prison f
Profssiion, and will give their joint attention lihasmess Jame Sargent of BunIon, brother if Cpes own domestic manufacture ; and<.l raining hi. I Meeting of the. Anil-Nebraska memberswas ; ( opinion. Once it had this proud distinction cart, and hauled along tIm .lrl't'1 to tho police t. '
of the held to d. and resolutions
the Courts ir were adopt
entrusted to them in After short trial
but Court. a two
holdtn at Marian S.trgent ; Ductor Keene and Mr. Peterson: ofPhiladelphia. own Tobacco crop, which is linnynsely, largo, it Is gone-utterly !gone. Any wrro .t'n\mcl'.1 S
Middle Circuit, and in the Court ed to all appropriations not Intlisiim.ti.uttle <
'l much clear oppose inlliicntial, in the United In the house correction, one for r months, ,
and in the Western Circuit. ( The names of Ihe other three as so gain every year besides his paper Itltll. does >
na Apalachicola the current, serviqo and to
to .
Florida Feb. 24/ 1X51. -for there are to bo six-have not transpired. increase in negroes, which I. a fortune of it. aljouruwithout lore al tins day to direct publio th.llht all! and has South Carolina youth for sit months,
self.: recess at the earliost pnssihlo d.- settle public exciment than half ',. lo Iatllttl..r The, one with whom tim' row

BAKER & Mel VCR, I It I. understood that the undo will be pre.I And now fur hi. residence. I have travelled The Pacific Railroad! 11.111.* given up. The ,len. (It discusses alllro..t[ questions .belter ,. Wi dismissed I with five dollars S
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, I sented Ml tho ceremony by her father followed over fifteen flutes of the Union, and] Bill will bo dropped. -with more ilh deeper siilrtlelywith flit,,. 'bl fourth w1 not risk a trial but
The fiiends oflho, Nebraska Bill I in,
TALLAHASSEE ANIJ (JUIXCY, FLORIDA. by, her mother upon tho arm ofthe groom. !have never seen anything comptrablo' lo !bis are much more exhaustiveiiess. Let any bpr) the aid II'I ti ,' lawyer: 111'nll'to the
TILL prietiee in the Middle I and Wt Stern Cir Daitcing will commence ImmudiiUely after. yard and garden: except tome in lha, 1\1 high eiultalion at the result In Boston., They lan compare the debates In Congress. with court. All w're finally by ap.pealing i
'V. euita of Florid i and in the Couutie of Duestar D'xlworth's' band has been engaged for the op.ctsion. sippi delta and none, of them equal' to i.oi"I' boast that the bill was paned, and the Fugitive l. the debates among l Editors, all lie will soon '0 tho city ChUI1. with bonds of five ,
and ThJinaa Ga. to discourse it. sweetest music, both Mrs. llairitton. has Iced, beautiljiiig Slave Act enforced in' New York and i sea where the. intellectual forces of the world and six Ini'idri-d dollars rach, which they" will '
DO LUNG BAKER A. N. McIVER, BoMoii on the samn d"". 1'.1. triumph, atlC.iit are ".. '1 ho fact is the ul emirs. rather than risk trial 'before .,
in the house and, on Iho lawn. Refreslim"ntsn years ; and] a good old! minister, in pu-achlriR marshalling thl'mfl" (tr.l I
comiilfle.INSPECTOR.. i
II IIcity
Ttllahutfl, Quiney. II t, in "llarlLlceo. is l Parliament outdoor .. another" prejudiced freesoll judge. .
ill bo furnished, tho company upon their arrival near the place and! describing: Puradiie, opinion now the an.ihorilaliva .
January 10, 1854. -- ---- and aVer the ceremony. A cold colla-: it was .. beautiful as Mrs. IIair li",', body oflhls, country and its dchs.ions To show the. spirit lhatactuttml Doslonians'lo I II
=-=-- -:;-----::DUVAL7TALLAHASSEE =- =-- 'lion and<.l refreshments, embracing every deli as a friend who had "I.i"... Wa.hiiigton UiJ.j have Illrl'le11' I this outrage, we quota' (he following front 't I

DR. JOHN P. cary that the season alTorJs, will bo supplied for the first lime, renmkcd: (hat u the In our opposition .lha S."rl.k Bill we The reasons alata of tilingsphenomenon tIme daily Transcript." Speaking' of lha ar. : .
FLORIDA Imo known no North and no ,. From even in rest, says : i. said that all the accused!
throughout tho alerncion, cud evening! until 'ten grounds were nearly. handsome a. Samuel I our country-are mnn- I "I '
Office at th* Court-Home. o'clock when a boat expressly cngtged fir Hairslon' JIll i. a plain imasiuming; the outset wo have sloe,) exclusively on nit fold.. But In passing we mny oWrve' that but ont (the 0"released by paying v.1 fine,) L
F.b.. e. 1 SS..____ the occasion, will take back In the city such gentleman and. has never midii any noise in lional grounds, and, labored for lha peace and in Congress there is really but lilllo genuine are fr"m the Southern h.h.llidl may account
-- of the) guegts as may be pleased to stay to so the world., though he could vie with (he Itru. harmony and best interests of the whole discussion. It is anything else but debating fur llieir apparent di'lloitnl to punish \ C
mIfWU a U3 OII late an hour. eec the McDoiiough's andKlor'. ; and it Is country. Wa resisted Ihe Bill because il F.ach: man gone Into a discourse moro in Northern "irI'oldie manner aim.ilar .
that broke the public faith and broke "I' the pulh the style of lecture al thin to that, ".i..1 by llieir Kentucky
HOBEUTSON' &; J. W. XrrF.'I.tb.mti The brido and groom will make a short excursion airing ). while their wealth! I. so eaten.eive I College anYIMnl Jl'r.
DUS. WM.located F. in Tallahassee and auiwuited from town, return Fiidity) morning lo with the Union, ho I. .t known 103 lie security-beetuso we believed il /ilof elsa. There is no close contact- towards' yankee schoolmasters." Y ,
: miles from and empty of pood. The .Mlh, II hand to hand-and Indeed of- rely upon those 'fuels as strictly into
together in the praotie of MeJicioeoiErtheir i Itavrnswoo11 and leave Iho sane afternoon homo. I believe he I. now the miahiel hall or more : S
the Bill. Now that it I is
ProfcMonal Sertioe to the imblio.C9 fir liraii'Iim' inVirginia, the family. mansion wealthiest man in the Union as Win., II. Aslor upon passing these Congressional speeches devoted to } ; ihe ..
OlKce over the Store of Measra. Betton & of Mrs. Harrison, one of !Mr.\ Ritchie's sisters. U only worth about 91,000,000, and the passed we have a right lo inquire what the t the private affairs of the speaker's consistency 'r, Mli. ({*.i.-n-'Jc'. 'J

Higa; Reaideno of Dr.WM.Rnbertiun K.UOUKUTSON.at the "parsonageof After a brief stay there they will go homo to estates of/city people are vastly overated while .uutb has gained by it.it and IsrticurposiIion. But Edilnrs are pros- Course Southern Whip. S i.,

Jan.the Episcopal IT, '54. Church.n6m. J. W. EPP}: Mr. Ritchie's charming residence, near Rich Mr.I lUirslon can show the I'ropertllhal will I| .not gained the establishment of any ed at the .I.r into the heart things.. '1 hay An articla which recently appeared In time ,
mond. bring the cash at any moment.Mr principle whatever-omit even that of non-in have to write tO much to write any wasteful Petersburg (Va) Inlcliigtncrr, in which the J I I ;
DENTISTRY.DR. !\ Hairston was raised within a few miles tervention. The Bill itself was an Intervention words. If they eipuctt heard as is their editor denounce the course tf the Northern I !
LEWIS (Uea Notice to hi. (friend and pit- THS iOAuatAGC. of where he now lives, in Henry county.He .- by authorizing or pretending< to aumhmrice.sqmiatter ,. usual lot, in the roar of" ", In this con. Whigs upon tIme Nebraska question, declare I
Ihlt h* baa removed hi. Office the \to VyatiIloooe hi. The marriage" took pUce Wednesday af has .everal brothers who are pretty wellto sovereignty to intervene between fusion business, or when children< are cry. lois unwillingness longer lo affiliala.wlih tIm m, "I i
'reaidence" the building the dwrlllng known a of* Dr Taylor ternoon. The :Nework' Times hid a ipe.| 'do in the world. One of them, Marshall slave.holding residents of the territory au ing after supper, they must) speak, so as to and profioses I convention of lha'Southern S :
where he'adjoining mlJ bo found al all limes prepared 10eerY. cial reporter" on the ground and gives the fid. Haiiston of Henry own. more than 700 ne. the right. they claim under the Federal Con posses the ear. Statesmanship has nothing$( Whigs to meet In Columbus next fall or .',
Ib".. who may need Lie ..,.1'01. Hi- lowing detail of the Interesting ceremony. groes ; Robert Hairalon, who now live. in stitution., Again the Bill e.tlJII.I.no prln. 10 do except lo explain its 'stibinct i but DJilors : spring, is copied into lot of the leadingeisro.. 'It I
terms will be Caah.or when called for.Any Tho company began to arrive'1" carnages, Mississippi near 1,000 and llardin Hairston ciple since its language throughout I, loosn have to enforce and apply. Moreoveras ocratic'papers at the Souib accompanied by .I; ,
reference*can b: give If neeeaury.D by the hour earliest named and "y31 o'clocka who has also moved J to Missisippl( about 600 ambigious, and insane material re'p"'ct' inconsistent the IMilor: Ii one of.lha people, ba not tinfrequently the enquiry-What the Whig will do / As f
and N.selit li. hy Gold mail Plat at I kV3 t/ to its patterns dwt. party of some five or six hundred gucsrfhad) slaves. George Hairslon, Henry, has given ; and has given rise In directly, opposite has lo represent 1 the people and nut ha Savannah Sevrgiaii, in particular, has ad.dressed f ,
N."lDbeU.1853. assembled when the ceremony was announcd most all of bit property to hi. children ro- constructions, even among' (the ,]* the Senator or Representative rl"h. There Ibis qmesliuil to us, in common with
-===:--- -- ---"' -_-._ .. ed to tike place in one of Ihe principal saloons serving about 150 slaves for bit own use.- of lha lilolr not only In Congress but are man11'itot I In,) the United who some other journals in Ibis Stale, silence ,
TUNNO. PINCKNEY & CO., of tha spacious mansion. It was impossible, This, 1 believe, is a coirect statement ofthe throu Had Senator Butler or represent their districts 'In Congress a fast on our part might be deemed discourteous.we up S

FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS of course that this, the moat interesting incident circumstances of tha llairslon family.-Richmond any other Senator o the Calhoun .ellol. o. dual better than the honorable lellleml who will, therefore, ol.et. that, whilst we .
and Koulhtrn Georgia Produce, of tha occasion should be witnessed by \\\ltlg. COSMOPOLITE. rigmaled and shaped the Bill, w* tuuld at have been sent to express grea wild our Virginia conterpr.rllD bis
f For any very considerable portion of Ihe numerous least have respected it, because il doubtless purpose.Ten general conclusions in
I COMMERCIAL WHARVES, company. It was the good fortune cf the Slang; and Flash Terms. would have been faithfully drawn, in refer or twenty years hence IJditorship wil course to "ba pursued by the Whigs of the
Charleaton South Carolina, favored few to mark, with peculiar! interest We confess to an intense horror of slang: ence to coma distinct principle, alllllln con. I,the profession U I the United .. H'Jtl' we think hi. proposition for a eon v en-
t9-M..n. J. W. Aaerti and. D. C. "'IU.I., an interest that we are sure wiil to apprecial. and cant phr...... The use of Ibis intent and u"ni".keaI", Mr. Calhoun truly is a certainty. And lha causa Is plain enough premature At this juncture, wa believe
T.U.h..1) 8. B. Tnom, Mxlixm, McN: .ceiiTV ed by our lady readers-Ihe appearance oftbe species of language appears to us' in some I ."il in one of biB sjieeches in ISi!!, that -tba people are resolved to have lha best ba best policy of all Southern Wblgs, and wai I
> OHOSD, Newport will act a* our AUIKTI. and bride iu a drets of superb white silk, inlaid sort, a sinning against light. With the It lima thai all ambiguity lbs slavery talent of the lan lo minister to their daily mlbl i also say all Southern men, is 'lo ", ..thand
are prepared. to mall advanc on. Produce designed with lace: and deep flounced, anj a long bri. pure well of English undefiled at hand, and question .!...IIt cease and thai every service in newpaper Tba want of our wait Parties ., in an unsettled andtesnuitlon I

I for October a* t 5, 1853. I ly ial! veil of cOllII, thread lace secured by a myr. no water rate pay,it Is a mystery to us why portion of the should distinclly understand national I mind lejust here | andjmist here. the stale. lha domestic and foreign pol.jy .
c ._ tlo wreath ; the toilette altogether exquisite educatod people will bout upon paddling in what to npclll reference to it.- ,choices intellect of the country will foralii. | of Iba national adrlul.lr.llol I. not fully
WALTERS & WALKER without sacrificing simplicity/ to extravagance.She I iba muddy poo.lt ota perverted' vocabulary. The South so gaInIng this paint, It I Is rapidly becoming as absolutely' nece.. disclosed, much less I I. it ftej and laUe.-
was attenJed by six bridesmaids< in Time wa when this vile substitute ,for. a language has completely sight or il. .al to thiS energy and enterprise of human At any rate, we sea no reason why the Umo

COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION embroidered white muslin j two of them her copious, expresaiva and fluent, was Tba South has not gained any thing by life, (especially city and! commercial life,} loba irviucAN I'UTW Georgia should in
own sUers: Misses Emily and Grace Ogden ; Ihe especial property of Iba vu'gar' and unin the destruction or the Missouri Compromise supplied every morning with a map of the the slightest degree, modify iheir views or
MERCHANTS. another a niece, Miss Margarotla Ogdenand 'atructed-tho.e who either knew no better, or line ; but legitimate: operation of the Coinpro.world and a commentary on ill current facts, change their attitude. They stand, now. pre.
-A tso- three other young Udies (ruin nodon and) Cin.I I did. not care to-but that day has passed, and miss establishing that line all Stlie to ba .it Is lo bar the divisions of day and nIght, cindy where they did in the campaign of 1860 .
Agents for the Pioneer Una of Packet between cinnatl. The fortunate bridegroom, Mr Kitch.ie we now hear phrases that were nurtured I intha I formed out Territories North of that liw 'or the law. appeiila anti anililatlol..V.Y. 5I-9I! -'53. In the question which .

CIMILESTOX! ASD! KEWrORT. was of course attended by the corresponding alums and stables, quite domiciliated in were lobe admitted as free States, ani I all Time. recently agitated 1 greatly, the public min J A
Boyce & Co't WharfCI.4NLESi'Ok number of friend The ceremony was ihn parlor. Even our ladies receive and en I Ilerlain I lornvul South of it, as slave Stiles, if they da- --- and shaken old parties to pieces, bu
8. C. after the Swedeoborgian f form, novel ofcourte. the filthy strangers, : and wa bear einresaions I j sired. Now this dutiuctioii' is entirely destroyed From Ui. WaxhiBflon, '(solisot. ul and cbrl.he principles. Ana wa ,wfil I
E. WILMOTV LTta, Gao. II. Wiivis, la nearly all llbo spectators. It Has performed I fall from their dulicata. lip., thai I and, a I.Jorillln Core.will exercise ..I soeins strange to 'us," says the .S'.;i V- say, lh* 111" much gratification to sea
It. T. WAlEia.Aignet by Ker. !'Ir. Keene, with impressveneas! were born iu the obscena purliuui of I low )' in on application net, unsophisticated as we arc, thai the regular our worthy of lha Ueorgian and other
16, 1143. ly and proper solemnity using the ring as in the I night cellars soil form the standard< vocabulary ful.w&every State even Nebraska fur administration' prints like the Washington leading democrats editors, "lil Into limos

W.&J.E.ADGER.IMPORTERS CpiliCol'al| l ritual. This solemnity of tho scence of such as frequent there whether It shall coma In il.elf Vn'um and the BostonW, snake no mention and strengthening our rnk.. rf"raucto
, was well-nigh being disturbed by the peculiar With our men, however, the practice nfra- -1'b.ariniol Bill 'breaks duwn the arrange Do.- I Irent. of lha Infamous and revolutionary proceedings our platform of 16oO-'A2-'53. they will
OF of the I lorting to slang has Into NeLn.k .1 find I li broad enough to all conattutiosalmita.
pronunciation nuptual tie" and the grown so great an e Taxas was admitted providing I In which the New York soAsheUs have bol
?l of 'ril.! as to leave room for serious doubt wbuthtt 1 I is this t How does Will thestand Wa shall
m mD'W: &ill I 'IJ :.b:2: J quaint reading eongugal love It was that a majority 0 the fit a Stales to been engaged. Why il upou i'
alsoJjitrrruptiNl by a flee burst of mtirfe from the mother tongue I. not in danger of aclu I formed out of her territory shou'd I ha Slave I happen in the ordinary course of events t Is see. S
GUNS, &0. the bae4jf Mr. Df),]*'onh, which though nom. ally becoming obsolete forgotten { and those Iat. aol throws all open lo the disposition it because the does not wish lo drivaanyone II
No. 34 East Bay near the Post Office.Ait3Yil mated mjba programme, woe not exactly' ae- who f fondly cling la it in conversation and I of tha majority in Congress. Whereas tb I off tlUI support of lha N.Irhk Ill*ITU or Nisiivtits:.-Tha Nash. iHo,
: ,;. 16;. eording'c >>0.. Reverend gonllcman's Ut"t..,. Eomponilion, of being behind the age, antI] South have 'before be>n sure of,three bth,1 I bill t Hurely nut i t How I. it, tb.l :".nn..llannr of lha 3d. Inst, ssjsfYesterday .. I
December B. 1853. *n.,_ etnJingoflLsjirmuuftho Church, and whit b I Ibfcad( ) to call in an interpreter to aid them in .States, they are D now sura of more .than Washington I'ninn' still bugs the abolitionist I was a clear, pleasanrandlbaalihy
brought him iaU mmuanlary heir i intercourse with others. Pierce Fgan's have down all the I and freaeoilars to its Doe* Ib* tj
FRAfeEIl { paiwa. one. |h .bor they swept LOf' nu ,day, and Iba skkness of the few preceding
& THOMSON[ The ceremony over, the presentation of iba Dictionary. oi Flash Terms, a recondite I barriers against sectional encroachment whb-b I mere (.c brand upon I. a damning 'days Is evidently over. After diligent Inqui. g

r FAT; @M f1.\Nlr company to the bam pair look place, and it .work heretofore rarely seen, except in the ,were r iwd by the wisdom and J lull 1 of other I sear 1" wa could hear of case of w.'a.1 .- :
was & o'clock who dancing. and waltzing I band of priza.lglter. and watch-staffers' will' .days opened the way (,r br. la Congress and out of Congress time whole 1 The burial at the n city cemetery the
COMMISSION[ MEUCIIANTS[ coimwnced, and Dfl4nh a model Hand I soon replace Walks and Johnson, and ba apart I in fete a, Congresses to 1.mil I.-I liibe of r.I Huron fraasoifers, whb their sstfl. hour prior to S r S |
Adgei't North Wharf.CHAULUSTON brought into active r..ti..o. Ua/ling off w'ilb I i of a neeeiry library. Webstar, either They bav give energy H I' .1< I abel attachment, are rt revolutionary, lweoty.IM'wets o'o. died of
: S. C. the celebrated: \Vedding/ Quadrille. This was j from an I iiuviM tails f hi the Idiom, or for.ei. ,Slice against the ac ju 'Hton of They .J dhorgaftiaing. 1 yeas and nays loiba loCwhll oplt ] two or three
kept up until after 8 o'clocj|, the wedding pair I jug a speedy oItau,. iq that direction has have taken frO It Compswnha JUO all I IIt. Ha olt.pnu.elatlvee aa Iba wtcketojteovemenis cb"a h"11.b" r
DeeeubcrS, 113J. f .. I provided us wkb a considerable number of It. Yet haa4mi d" pIly.rt _
.nUD"bile taking iLeir 1 leave on an excursion, moral furea compact, madd lhaFugitira o eCoiigreei prov I -
-- .
---- the precise; deeieationoI'shkhwaesotgivrn 'slang and oant word In bis <|<*arto eontriWi. Mass: Act the subject of fkrror eontruterajr i tration, although it has acquiesced''ln {D:3' (l ia variously animated that the re-
Chatter Oak Life Insurance Company the North River I 11 on, lo the injury(our Ma,,,,,*. Few vWeul than ,lha Nebraska bill, eoittinues to lavish its '
out but supposed to ; per- and
go up O.ili of Burns the fii Uive. shve J 1 la B J <*>.
or \KrroHP, co.s.v.I lo return in a few day awl iliJn tiu Iu Virginia tons who! con seal to use ifcU .......... arm aware 1 e,. Hy esMblinf a mere nMjority '0 overuWall patronage o this enemies u ti.bill. Th eovory ofthe State
APITAL |3>a, UOaaip.idia, and. '.**'*. iiI bore they" join the fknsilstM'I the brio*. hew lisa h.bil grow UDMI tsvein. and mime la lle Ilousa. Representatisee, uiininialratlon ukad* thai Mr. Cotb- rest .YJIOt ua I '4
shlaukwd __", i.., sad approved kj ik.t ,_. iiway a crae who would r*... al iba ides ot ., ) l C 0 of the r.n. Mr. (uwlr. nor D.any lie inullilu- .a.O.t m,0 W. >V. are graliflod to
( .*ftt;.,c.*.aJ,.pt." cifaad.....,. aaiiaf bcea appo&at.d Af,.! The company was ahog 'lhr MM of the con ortmg with .bUriiguards. / duos nut .bei, 5.0.1.. -. at regviar 1 ., .11 f".li ,shell appululee have sea that f. of their riug-Uders of the mob

fur Ib,. SUI, is prvpar d t'< n,nurt iHt !Ia... ,l roue* vleyanily .!''r.-.>.-il, and in ether re.|>eci<, trio at tiling their cosiv.raatm.tialttn. If"wrs jar-1 I .''li-j I have ..bh.1 an unheard of pice.j. 'aka an aol.. part In ami-Nebraska IIMMI.ings have Lucn h.1 to Lail i while others who
.l .. I.l "fees N" on Bow ..d*) ; white p rsani alto ue ;ior. "" II.: < n>" > r. lotingiiiilied which Lee brought logetb.i I { 1 j. ui, and given their r anenaVs a weapon| wars IraplicataJ in 1M murder of BalobeUW
tern Policies will>. is.jc i I. hoik' 'u 'ie, Maai aJ I S D a tun'Urraion, !'or i many a dfjr. Th ,.Jed be is "le.t..l 1 u .,' no ':4t intrti II>it: > <" .Ii-< i, I li nay in tome' against theme tir dl'Jt>< i reach them rightl'tly. Ju it these Dim d 1 qIs
rcmn4ldtGpfIOClbOitCU5a a4
Joml Stock i n< ''I'e; ) U i It ''r
j' !
pr ,,, n' '!1'I.I"tIo.'lb' ran' nlicr <4th> prom M, I .1 I I d. t hiv M''''1'1, men have pnarumly HIHC' thy
t.. ) ,I8i;, J 11rU'Y. :k \. s. S f I I U& Vn.. (11\ i ,ll, 4d4 (u i i"i" i .1 U b i i : S .. II 1.. I .11< t IM.IU >Hyi"t i' t.. 'If <. tV-" .. I ,. lil; onaiI


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!, Till. POLITIC XL n,TCI.H I v'Th '< uu.'aii.n ty .II! pcndi M'.'" n.1 gj -ii.i.t 'nt in ibo Terri: ,at-, and equal.ity .
Oar Comforts bat of YetUtdaj. li'v In'WWj., .'''III) .. nl,I.lljJ v ha' :, \ l to l I"wtl"J! promptly I by sen-ling an j nIl ,, in alt iho State( *, and a riuid
hunt the author 'I now ,is busy ; malt let ovi'r forth* prtsent. We shoulJ I enr.c".lntorlbe
an"ll.er, an m.n..r 1- up fpeeulallon jiwt everywhere
Few prr.on. when rradinis' l.f (!'i-IiirSl. dnadrdto I I'litg'--e'I In law in sped to fugitive from labor
lending} m<-..agr./ ,telegraph., Ira", ling by They feared--ther. knM it ,oddnot 1.,1 upon Mr. II. frrlo"'D I got-. In reference to the political nr"'M''n. of the pleased on come account to publish ii, but ,i's agitation/ will lie,banished Iron the Hall ,

railroad i, envying the Ledger break or passed. Sublime devotion lo Ihe Public blndlI.la who act ulfr M apnn immediate t".r. Ill not to L denied that great length would tinder aUiost any circumstance Congress and the soon .

profiting "by n>a economy ohnthra eoal. I' They. know well enough that their I 1.h"rI1. nall.. Central( American disorderly the p..gollh.. ebra.t bill and the repeal eicMo it. Thi.l.i however, the tank that they.hare lost aOlrlol..i cln,, have
I' l 10 tMvrk bow modern all there i I. baled and denaled| bv the "prafrfe. II : more n
ever stole how fuel the
very I hue shakenthe fox to [
of the beginner, we applause.
Compromise ot new Il'e lrL ]
the 'ill.cool. down are, particutarlv Nicaragua elrl.in f.r
Convenience a,. Mast s4 them were w*.tIng : ti"y .people "
a century ago, Washington real with if ijefcent apathy \\4r the nut game ; over them A.ditl1h1 one Integrity of eiidinff political p.ri.- have an idea that .Independent1' I.I quite< a Annexation or Honduras to thf.U States.

1 tande! Wmtd nfga.. "Franklin died keif Mont making. shall fairly opened. occurred between Ih. .Uhole .Sim of the more reckless opponent o(heNebraska young man. W e are pleased lo 'M ono so The Cuban question' and it. entangling al.

cl'nlurybf.reno 'Hoe' La4 Fast Wl invented. spoils' of office meanwhile to work I and part lngi.h.: aOlllh.Com bill, wick .are represented by the young who read and think for himselC In jiancr. I I. not the only question. which

:t Jefferson railroad and travelled steamboat.on kens-back" The new, Instead of'lhll of by a. drill.They are With confident a Presidential! In the potency' llollins Fiearrmblp had lo settle hy threatening. Tribune and Evening Post, of New York, this tense, we are strongly aiclinmd lo encour. just now loo occupy the mind o the'PJ'I* .

rtoption ofthe FertVral) Constitution Instead ofbeing venlion Ailed by delegate through the up the town. Our Government rt. ''I propose I* discard all the old party line and age Young 'America-and we hop that "in. dent, Cabinet .n letter writer at Washing.ton. .

_, telegrapheJ, over the Union in half an working machinery, by which the I Nlcaiagua .OloiMI :I i ".k bwtiRiy ti slavery tbo sole basin of anew dependent," whoever ke mll1lJ I wi no b The (he C.blne organ for

hour, was week in finding its ..110 the dif. alters demagogue' manage the mass* n, but the town ', Mynaitaiinfl throughout the Free Stale dlloraRI by not seeing himself in print In [I.om. time past labored hard to inflame the.
forest section of'lbe Union.CJaa primary meeting*-and the delegate aoverignty derived from l.e 101' would hare I pub
Suck *a organization too Sentinel. Some lie mind the
'eroreI lo
fighting point if the
not. even ey.... to stand on platform framed by the ''' In regard to the .boing a .aliYe nf'lnd..pndenl'.lea..r .
BOW *o comma was feel; Smith, of the American Steamship I I for the tank. I is precisely the step we capital--ki* reading i contemplated a sudden descent
from coat until 1739.! 11.11. century manager, the Slavery power / <' I Lu | on the .fHjr.
. Clrd: before( It.a* used (of purpose of illumination victory in the future a* in the part. Il the act I le justified on tb 111"11.1'' should prefer' to see them lake. Far better correct and quite extensive for one so younga est jewel In the Spanish crown.. Cut In.

I' S and to Mr. Murdoch Cornwall: confessed these men have too much / who had frequently! Ibra'rnf'd i I: would it ,fur both panic* at the North to we suppose him to be. But what we admired I stead cf this comes simultaneous with the

England: bet rags the crwlil of thU.. la 10.1: for this eontlcl nee. The experience of Smith was the act ofitlwharg '! purge themselves of their abolition adjunct mont wa the robust faith which ke ex Pre.idenl'* :
the Manchester factories; lends! lo convince (hem thai the people gun at the Captain, a* tb.I"le..to'1 prollru onto against tb filj.}
it became general
and let them for the want of fuel (o ke advocate We di,
I hibitt a. butiero
'! In. 1907 It..... Introduced into London and! Free Slate will endure! anything-" the California passengers, mn, perish o fo th came Mr. Soule. belligerent negociatlons
t ''i now it light tip tillage In New Zealand, quience, in t'Yeryhingr.t than. and chilrl'II.nd Capl. e. ihot him I fan the flame of excitement. Hitherto their gree with him In .or o his sentiments, but I cool*! down from the fever heat of .

where no white man had brill a reVnlence their party diyl.lon.ln. determined >nce.- ledger.Jflcriba I I policy .lees to oscilate between the two 0 admire hit. ze.1 or fight, to the aimnlo .,lama.I 830.0. ..

a fifty yeara ago, The first attempt to u.., an. vindicate their political right and --.- and fA before( the election, let themselves up SOOOO, extorted from the ; .
e thracite coal wa* at Mancb Chunk, we be.'Jeve Government,. their own hand. a Literary Notice i k'-\rir :
; under
: Sentinel."IN to the bidder and rally In the mean limo Gen. .
t highest th II.n.ad '
, about the ear 190fl.! What would we do consolation In the consummation of Magazine for May, repbJ.be !.
e would, be braska i I. in the that of that party which give them the highest I lad"r from Honduras hat officially
without It nowf It praiirally outrage hope by Leonanl Scott & Co., i I. on or lignified to
, ,possible to ohuin wood enough: for the kitch. Northern feeling/ will endure no more price. I wa* in this way they have increased The Reform Bill I I. the of the the President that ha i I charged the

t I t en* and fining-room/ of our great cities, much it will tolerate no theme of compromise GOD If OOI TlUiT. their number and magnified their importanceuntil first" article.olr.r AncienTand Modern.ulj.c Fortresfe proposition of the quiet and peaceible 'Itl ncorpo-
IBM for the thousand of steam engine that quietly and fimly proceed to vindicate hue become e.
. ., ply In (aclorie ; I/) that without, coal only right, Lot it be home. in mind.that ., Jane 2 1854. they fancy they strong are discussed In the secTnd article. The third ration of his Stale Intotbi Federal Union of
-, -,---- nough to set up for themselve They can s' The our*. At least iiicb i i. the intcrprela'ion
would a warm t firesido In Winter be t luiury do must' be speedily done else our I. a S.liN "Firmilian, "agedy. put
reserved for: the rich alone, but the spinning come lo enjoy the enviable distinction .-Three Dollars per annum, la accomplish nothing but their own disgrace Story of the Quiet Hart U completed In the upon the language of his official I adJret to

17 jenny sell !power loom would low 'the rich leg the greatest: pirate nation on the ; |3 5 I If paid withia *ii months of th. tm made up .they are of the odd and end o next. "*The National Life of Cbl ." I the President, by some of the wise one at
breath of their eilitence.' Cheap fuel make* Cuba. lI.yll1"llcl: \ the great Amazon t and 4 0 at th* sad of the yrar. At all race, and color and lead on by dema- I Washington. He .ay t-
l. the slave .trade revived and all to On. fe.4Le pee s asrsoflj tine clearly depleted in the fifth article"at tome
cheap e
cheap wearing III'"ap'JIf're.cheap ; of _
the vilest specimen hurmnityBut .The mission
of CVnt all' bw Insertions.I gouges the sixth I I. portrayed the with which I am charged
; furniture f>t ant bOla, and J, most the empire of Slavery- 'Northern hey ro '. length. Then in
:. all, comfurtable home. Without coal, theledger' Northern m .n"1, and if need be', c m nU ofeaidldatr*, F"IJI each .1- there I.i another organization formidable and Policy of Russia in Central perhaps more significant than any which hat

edition world take a week to print blood to roommate thi 'extension of b fi\ }la aJrane Religions, Obituary \ for it* number, which ha* hitherto commanded Prgl number conclude' with a beau yet originated to Central .America and it* ob.

( sod the com U ao great that a cent copy of Freedom.' flirt, inch a future I I. not ,. Notice*, sot ..lr"iDIII tine, wits b. the sympathy and respect o their Southern and. tribute to Professor {Vib.o. jeci are such I perhaps are seldom confinedto
.. II..II We it I I. not to the taste of tiM eloquent
trust X.
would not half remunerate u gratis e nill olh. pnblicm- allies of their conservative "
on account principle
Wall the loypnler or the steam engine In : among'lhe million. of the Nortfc.- or r of any doscHpflon will be wh"l name wa* to loftJ identified with this Y any ordinary legation.
.o which threaten standard of
i it. present form, lock out hi. first patent In 17. Time the advertising re I I paid. *, lo nleb. trran Magazine. At Canada, says the Albany Register would

I M. Rat team, a very schoolboy know, wa ____J _____ repeal. This organization I is composed of also like to come Into this brotherhood of

not applied to navigation for more than a gen. We understand Major that Wyie the Court \ State Seminary a Ocala. both Whigs and Democrat, but e far n* we The Edinburgh Review for April.Vpub- States, but she I I. fearful lest her good and

Oration steamboat afterward.became FiflyyearselapnmlIn In J 1910 r.dj' J the case of Major Wyie, hat found kim were gratified to learn In a conrersa. can judge by the lone and torpor of the press lishcd by l.onln Scott & Co., at No loyal subject become tainted by the atsocia.

j' before Oliver Evans experimented common.In this Slate on ofdisobedience orders i in refusl ng to few day* since with D. S. Walker, Ri. chiefly of Whig They demand that the Fulton St. New York. ( lion with the sin of slavery.The .

r steam carriage. In '11 I, '(team wa* used to on bard the steamship }"alcon.nd; his late trip to the East, on ofli- Missouri Compromise b restored by repealing This I I. a very highly valuable and I intc I Whig Convention of Vermont nomlni.
coal car, at Belkinsop, England, and has been sentenced lo dismission from ho visited the State the clause of the Nebraska bill. I. $
convey Seminary rep.lng ing number It an article eMormonism ted Stephen Boyce fur Oscar J.
vice, a. .a punishment therefor. The opn.itb Uorrnrnd
In 20 the Rockett, the Aril locomotive to draw Not a from Ihe free State voted
of the in and found that Institution In a heal- : full in reference Shaffer for Lieutenant Governor. the
cane was to fully reported Among
the Manchester rail-
paisanger can, ran on for the bill, and they declare that they have
war, averaging fifteen, mile an boor umn at the time, and! all Urn flourishing condition. Professor Jons to this sect, which bat increased more rapid It-solution. unanimously adopted, we cite the

The magnetic { I. 'of later Inven are to familliar lo the public, that It *, formerly of S. C. U at present been absolved from all party obligation to ly in this country than any other popular de. following as worthy of notice.
I tion. Morse look telegraph, first ao Ute necessary to repeal them here Major Administration their Southern allies on account ol their vote *
patent and under hi lusion'ercr practiced on the credulity of man Resolved, That regarding this act
; a* '37. The rarlienl 010111' numerous tele. it will the. bun remembered of' had satisfied well hope that the Institution will ear for this me..ur. They boast that they came kind. The Work. of John Locke form the ((Nebraska.' Bill) a* a violation of the plighted
line that between nlllth""re.nd on evidence competent parties Ihe of Southern in the faith of lhe>
'r graph I to rescue Whig Government, (hat Government
Falcon was not seaworthy, and ", the fondest of its friend and III tubjecl of the second article. When at school
Into until bop.
Washington{ wa not put operation of the compromise measures of' O, must be and we pledge! ourselves
t' '41. Prior to More, telegraph were matin escaped. with the troop" under his *. Ibis polished gentle port Locke on the understanding" wa a text !_ work reorm. it t
; regarding
. I In character, and .<, cttllu to be confined from the wreck of the San Francisco, tchollar and an experienced teach- Southern Right men were hatching Irea- book, and we were early taught to believe ure of the NationaVkAdministration, a,* enforced a men.
ed to embark. No probably" ( rip ton," and they demand a* a debt of gratitude
... u- .- .- one teUi_. in the Male that he of the by the power and of the
to hi, hi is motive m *o doing wn regard Dl'prt. insist them the Mi.. wa ono prorOllndea tbinkefand patronage Prlid.n',
can afford, when traveling telegraph we understand that the I thai we .b.1 to restore in violation alike of
health and movement to hit family. The live of hi* soldiers, a* well a* for hit Prorclor most correct rcasoners of his age. He L. pledges and ki* duty,
1: magnetic telegraph, Indeed, bat brought down iii. conduct has ,been essential ... by tho H., Mr. GOCLD, a native o!r .01.compromise. however had his enemies and his theories and the Administration be cb.ne and ex.

I to the people the power to transmit messages, the public, inasmuch a* it led to a -a young gentleman favorably known Som. 41 democrat. from the free States dogma were subjected to the harshest criti ec\iy. power it b rebuked resratrd. regarding

1 t. jual a* the Beam engine: bas brought down lo investigation of the case!, and will. section a* well a* in lh Eastern part voted for the Nebraska Di.n against it. cisms. The present article Ie I an elaborateand by the South a of* the repudiation .n.nDulmot of
and benefit of the conduce lo greater precaution I.I however, exceedingly whether I Copromi.e.
them luiury penny Stale. In the Female Department, be f questionable I and Baltimore
able defence of bit character and Platform of 1932 fa they
The court sensible of the unrighlnei\ system to a*
reflected the ..
prei these discoveries have cul. motive, has recommended hi* by Min BACOiMH.formerly connect tb"lln 10 doing true .nt. metaphysics. The third article i I. on'the relate to Slavery Ibo ad for the r.coer101
\ urinated within, Important a generation ot two. In truth to the ae"lce.nd to hi* rank ; and a the Institute at Quincy ; a young La menu of their respective constituents. There French Protestant Refugee*-the fourth a review fugitive slave tabor .included.,'-** pledge

one ba led to the other, and each ha sustainod ha* already been numerously' signed, ... qualified by aptitude and exper curt: be no doObt we apprehend that the preitegt *. of the Memoirs of Moore The fifth on silt oursclve.the admission* for the repeal of of that act, and to- re.
remission, of his the of the Administration and and New Mexicoas
a sentence at Executive
each, steam produced quick travelling/ to discharge, with grace and ability, the pat
the National Gallery The sixth a well writ without
Ihe President. for the Slin excluding Sla.
the telegraph.The Regard rule influenced of Ihe democrat lo con.titlion.
and travelling suggested ronage
quick duties which appertain to her po* article Piedmont. Tho seventh it devoted very J and, finally' It viola.
all like ulation of the service undoubtedly ten on regarding a* a
ago ba flowered) at once a century vote for the Bill whose pre-elections were againit
L plant. Perhaps other advance In the necessary the. verdict' s)f the court, lo the consumption of fool in the United lion cf the plighted faith of the South, for Iho
il and who did not out the will
j Immense cannot doubt that a knowledge (if the ROGER presides over the Musical I De carry purrO of extending Slavery against our
useful art, not lose are even now Kingdom. Thi article contains same linking will
We this
of their mention cir.cumstance
stances, and Ihe high character of the con.turnt. 01' cODsCienc. and our right, we
bunting the aeed. When we consider the with signal ability and incccsi facts Bread the stafTof Life is
mendation will\ induce Ihe Preiidont with no of Impeaching their consumed ounelyC to the defence of
of mankind when we Ire how far our << the purpose Freeom
want pupil under her tuition to
ply with the of the Court. begin that did from one fourth lo ono third more iri Great by the restriction of Slavery lo the
chll1 .lI011 I* below what it should! lie we feelthat request | of their motive*-we truly rejoice they to vole Sale. il
not only capacity to which'it
be discovered and almost\ author- id'n"l dl. Britian since the Free Trade system com. ul.ts-1Ib exclusion of
more I I. yet to Fear ibs Alben7 1I1ot.... sweet music, but the and urban. and honor thorn for I. But their antccedcnti i at the Sine.
grace moment and
, fancy we bear the tread ofvastrrreWrmstill and connection with the administration menced in 1940. Tho consumption of animal ,
' Annexation Canada their manner, for which their together constitutional meant, from all Federal territory.
from the unseen future. We Inslro.
advancing manyet food bat also largely increased that of
live to cross the Atlantic within a week, I The question of Reciprocal I* 10 happy arc-a* they should be, Con jU11111'1'nd. 1.m obnoxiou lo tbi* eupi.non. i Nebraska, Kansas, and too District of Co.
! VI to travel to the Mississippi between unilse Canada Is jiisl now being'discuseed 1 ) of paramount importance in Ihe course We only fear that hi.! the case, and if Sugar doubled, and so of Tea and C"fte. lumbia. Inclusive-by opposing the admission

1. and sunset, to ask the price of Ira at Canton, usual earnestness by several of our education. the Mr. true in that proportion will the cohort that Wino and other Liquors have: increased from lo the Union of any new .State tolerating Slavery .
I and receive an answer l I..tire we could,", now rie*. Paiaing erents render II '.. lad/ lly way rally timber the repeal strength. 10 to 23 per cent. These are startling truth whether it b r"rmd from territory be.
p write and mall a letter. So much bill ,been a new element will enter into the also Informed u* that he had the ex- coed .andar L longing lo 1'01 o elsewhere-and by re.

done already, that nothing appear linproba- and tend to weaken opposition to the pleasure ol meeting at Ocala with our listing the acquirement of any new territory
LIe. The ancient would l have laid that the in quarter hitherto strongly hostile lo little friend, Mis. LIIIIB WITIE. In view of the present aspect political affair LONDOS. QUARTERLY.-Tho first article I.a i I. wherein Slavery exists, unless its prohibition

golden age of the god had returned I but we 14 A Commercial' Union into the :. We remember her well but a few *, some of the Whig Journal at the South critical review of tho work of Laurence shall first have been provided for.

with more truth and humility, only ay that would have an Important Influence recommend that. Whig Party aswmblo inConvention Sterne. Sacred Geography i the subject of 6. lieaoiredThat .the earnest eta de
I of their ultimate since at Jueg. (now Governor) Drmo'. liberate, determined .
question Annexation and Irrevocable
man I.I at last becoming man.-1'kilatklpk.ia (he second article Third Lord ilolkntfi purpose
at Columbus
\ 1, Mgrr O country This subject. ha seldom little girl, though we dare lay Georgia, or some of to carry into practical effect the above proposition
Memoir Ihe Part Fourth Ihe
estly agitated: on this elite ofthe line, .long aince forgotten u., In spite I other assessable point either tide fall or next ; *, we further declare that we will not
n Nebraska Bill Again. caue it I.I either undesirable ol. pleasant ramp we had together Hell- Spring. We think that this proposition I. entirely Russian Empire. Fifth, Law Di. .support for the office ofPreside-.it o Vice I'r.
: the of the Impr.claMe-ror there I I. .rt Sixth, Treasure of Art in Great Dri- sident of Senator
; Popular Indignation at passage a strong Judge Broonie't and .Mr. Walker'. premature. No man can tell now what geit. o o of Representative in
Nebraska bill find rent In varioin project, decidedly in favor of the idea,-but I will be the issue of 1856. The future I I. lian. Seventh, the Turk and Greckt. Eighth, Congress, or a* Member eta State Lcgi,
I aome wise and some otherwise. We b"e1\ the North has e esM een more (he Slate Register must have found the New Reform Bill. This number we bare lalure any man, of whatever party, who i i.
S aorta of violent propositions, from all quartpfI.j disturb Iho peace ofthe Union than at Ocala highly interesting, and we teeming with event that may beak up the had time to and not known satin In furor of the purpose ex.
j Cauiu M. Clay proposes that every body for territorial aggrandizement./ If. that it be gratifying to many present organization and wholly cbange the only a yet scan glance over pressed in lb 1.goln resolurion. and in
I "I Some of the relate
J who voted ,lor the bill shall be treated to a so- ritory, tolerating slavery, rei'ed citizen to that. the Stale Semin purpose of the new ichemei now supposedare hastily. "ide lo the this alwx

s;. clot a* well a* political crucifixion-and Southern bonier, It would long ago East Florida being tot on foot by broken down politt- current topics of the day and are Intensely 9. Resolved T&white every npporterof
I seek 10 prepare the country for a dissolution ol anaeied, even though war had been lu.te.t Oal., was clan resting.( The price of these Review i I on. the Nebra.k bi"Impeached bit ch\nautr
J the Uuion. Garrison Phillip it Cd., are paid (fair! il. and hat been continued under auspi- ly 93 per annum. for penona 1. the
I ) seizing iheopportBnity to push their project. of If(a* I is too probable) the border augure well for its future usefulness. Whether we can ever again affiliate with ern upporter plitlcllnt..g of Norh

I dissolving the I'nlOIl and breaking down the very are lobe continually eilended, are we learn already tome sixty pupil. the Whig party North tm and crcum.lan. Judge DouglattAn treachery to their constituents--and we hereby

I ConstitutionW. hear men a Rood\ deal moreinsible the hazard of the Union itself; very at the Institution. The Board ce* mutt determine. I they carry out their entertainment wa given last Thursday declare that P such mart, whatever b hi*
than any ot these, proclaiming their the North, who have either been to this distinguished Senator Delmonico'sHotel party kit position,
resolve at the and elect at .8nil1e o
!. hatred of all.compncta which bind uitoslave.holding or opposed to the annexation of the Ca consist of L. C Gainei, Presi. present Lallot.bl can ne relY. respect" our prof..ln-
.: will be fond William representative to Congress, pledged to re. New York. On that occasion he laid o cODtnc.*
/ interest, and declaring they will keen cheerfully uipportiiig Ro. Royal, and W. S. Harri, down or our rotet. -
t 1 no fnitb with those who keep no faith with sure which will pare the way to M. Mcintyre, Judge of Probate for Ma tore the restrictive line of 30 30, to permitno the creed of the Democratic party on

them. All thin effervescence U good .0 far suit. and D. S. Walker, State Reg! more slave State Into the Union, then Ihe subject of.Iaey. will appear by the FOREIGN NEWS-

) a* it may load to practical measure. Hut all a There 1 le little reason to believe I member ex oAVIo. We I I. out the quo.:Ion for u* unite a* I a following extract from his ipeecb. It U a The Steamship Pacific. arrived a New
measures lobe 1 practical mutt be rational ju. Britain deem the possession of her N un.lrflan o t good creed i if true, and carried York on the 1 1th Inst., with three days later
i diciou and legal.\ Refilling the law afford'* Province essential either to her ... friend of thl Institution feel greatly party any longer praclic.I, intelligence from Liverpool. We have
t no remt'd1lOr the wrong we have luslained. comml'reiallre.lne... The U. S. for much thai ha been done for it, of 4th ofJal out.I -
also, that in of this to tired of recording the decline in
the Constitution worth far ay advocacy
Denouncing more to her iudc wi
may gratify\ a a* an |> zeal, and enterprise ol Mr. Dur. The of American th
temporary indignation, but cooler judgement !public than, they would have been energy annu".a' Indepen. bill only stand where the Wilmot men price of cotton, wo pal on by remarking that
former He in fact i I. it denee I.i
Principal to be duly celebrated at Waukee. dad at the same time. It It the
will not approve It and the great mass of the uses. The lame thing would be lame prin. it I I. quoted hade lower to the ..
people will not redone it. The true remedy Canada should awing into the urns t -he first Invoked the spirit which ap nah, Jefferson county, at the Cross roads, ciple and it II th principle this people i I. I limited and J .a trewswhich

I* to be ao phi by the quiet, old-fashioned ag Il would requie, less ellort to tectjre the\ necessity and importance of e. formerly known a. Marlon. We are inform. will yet to tee Immovably e.lah very no.particularly
I', mcy at the ballot-lmi. All we have to do I I. England: with\ their million of Gee an Institution on a permanent basis.1.I. I ed by the Cotnmitteeofarrangementethat.a I.hed. thai Congreta shall not Interfere interesting.

lo elect Congressman who will make law fit. to obtain Cuba from Spain with her midst, where the youth the free barbecue I.i to given and lave in the Inll.nce mentioned in A steamer from the let bring intelligence
voring Frttdom instead of iS'/arery,-and a of slave. Hut a* freemen are not a o country b reque.t the Constitution to wit i The Con.lliullo' thai Gusiu Van had bombarded with
i President who will not throw the whole pow.er able commodity (out of Congress,) the educated at home Under the Admire I to Invite their fellow citizen of the ..nn i! proWt'lhat the Slue Trade thai) cea.f effect., and. another attack was

patronage and Influence of thai office as da.twillj be permitted to remain in ( o its present t accomplished" and en. I counlie of Middle Florida, to attend ..... par. tel twenty year from Its I On the 24ih the fort of iOlne. Bal.

a'l of our Presidents have heretofore,-into the session of England:: while to conductor, we have reason to hope :'licipate in the exercise* of tb oc..ion.I .- power has been n..reled. Th Conititu.lion tic were bombarded and destroyed by Napier.

scale ofxtis: Slaveholding< interest. we are likely lo IN plunged into a war.The .. time that all the element of a found { Caraway Smith, Esq., .Is the orator of the also provide up of fu"i. who was about attacking. the main fortifica.
I : .
r' The champions of the Nebraska bill know ,' chief argument urged may be acquired at Ocala, thereby day, aaj lo those with his live slaves i that .alto been enforced It lion.. t ti
perfectly well that they have acted in direct Annotation oftheCanda*; by I the and the acquainted vehe contemplate* interference in no other instance i The allied fleet wa still blockading Sera
{ opposition| ( to the popular will. The originators selves, and douUless the chief I parent' country the enor I meal ctyle of elocution, it I.i only necessary There I Is nothing In the letter or spirit of Ae lopol.Silietria.

of the 1.'I"itoo.|" measure have fur month siicb a consummation by the Mother. expense o.enng their ion and daugh- to ay that the auditory pretn..1 b fi. Constitution that would justify or tolerate it in Hill held out on tb 2Gth of May

been clearly pl'lr.u..lod that the great sense I I. the existence of lUvery, in thl* .receive an education voted with chaste, eloquent and patriotic any other cate. Then I understand with the Russia had presented war rested i to
of the country I* against this outrageous breach, !More\ than one loading men ofthe addre**. platform of the National Democracy that Con. the Greek Government
of. honor and good faith, a* th"1.r. of their (and among them f.Jiture.nd: JACKSONVILLE UETUBIJCAN. gross U never to interfere with this question T.Neva was free to the 2J, [we give the
I' own existence. Yet they have .comltli.bed| Parliament) have aaaurvd us that but congratulate brother Dicw We also understand that either Mr. Papyor save In the Instances mentioned in the ,I of our despatch] and

t I it through recreant Northern ,ote'I'b..." I antipathies to slavery, and their .'\ '. of the upon the Judge Woodward', ,,'i deliver &addrei dilution, and In those instance, that the C. reared. Light atone brl1e.IIDUulio.'a had.

Northern traitor* prating Democratic; can), to become part and parcel ol l a Rtrhc.n, and were .Ion the occasion at Lake Jackson, at the pl.c! U lo be executed no matter what the result been destroyed and was mounted
have gone d"liJ"ratel.aln.t what they knewto ognizing the principle of Involuntary lo learn through te o it. first formerly known a* Mr. Young', at may bt, (.Applauw.) With ihi chart to the ot bere.Nicbob.. o

be the mind of the North. The tinalle tilde, not a voice would be raked ((15th I instant) that the city I b. already be. owned by Dr. 1Vilson.Maaitan.a.The. 0 present guide u.it teems our path It very plain and had been quite tick, but wat Im

would nbdtve.sled regard lo honor and propriety nesalion. If Ihe South a* she to rite like the Pbo-nix from it. .be.. simple t we hare only to adhere to.or prin. proving.The.
them to nut it over, the should aeeede, not a twelvemonth number i I. filled with a variety of Inter. ciplei-to act with those who carry out those I Greek Insurrection was let runlda.I .
MOM of the country could be tested another believe, would before citizen of and .
by pass, the item chiefly of local Jackson principle, the Democrat rparty |I. the I wa reported that Otbo had acceptedthe
election. They were chosen to vote ono litiun of the Province G>r annexation the a charader.p county have taken tb requisite ttept to save only party thai can be relied ,upon to carry ubiluna *
;, each qiM,rion. Ito coming up wan tint meet with a favorable reception lo late .( the day duly celebrated at Mafrianna. A out the principle of Ike Coiutltutiou la their drove 150 Turk into a church
dreamed of by the people at large .When (Home Government. gratified lo learn from to reliable free narbacue loiter: and. la their .plrh.,'* and routed them by firing the buildin*.
it be
wa* sprung upon lie country! there wa butt .Deprecate dissolution h. we may I that the di..ae.,small pot and Bear to given 0 the occasion, 1I believe that the Democracy will soon be Th Russian lot 1.500 killed io the at.
t one cousentaneoiu cry indignation\ through ptwsible event Slavery I I. a* both of which( have and we have been ru.le to invite their fellow united tkrouguout the length and breadth of on Abdul Medgkl.

out all the Northern\ land, In which honed" and I a* the (:r.. Every sew concession I for some time pad in prevailed Jacksonville" tlom. citizen everywhere,.. to join Stem( In honoring thi.landNorthla-favor of thegreat The Ihl.i.s.r menacing Eraereen ..ndrec.lll
honorable mea of all parties joined Scarcely ceedodby new demand Its are
pff the lavish official! from Custom House* bp what it feed upon;.and if appetite it shall :! disappearing la fat the.disease the approaching Anniversary of Amr. especially of the great c"e principles upon this subject to .n I 80,000, m1. a compulsory enrollment of

and. 1'wt-Otl ces In niull packed meetings, e in i. .*-a* it will be-its 'a eratll'I"ral"abroad by letter can lo"peO..nc. Henry F. King wi read have referred. Mr. President, I sot de The Armenian and Circatilan have been
the declaration
dared peep feeUy In It. U-half. A larger '..ina bereaAer U iollowml I *-no d'to the serious o Independence and William lain you by flashing a speech wi driven back four times with lose
portion of the .on."nl and honorable fwlirg of riiatioos to secede. Freodooi will not .' of the city, already crifUlfor l.u'oth" D. Banes, Esq., deliver the oration. I I have ben c< to ditcuu o the oc..ion question! Ruwian great by the
'' the Bouth wa against it too The paWbUIndecency ba sacrificed to prevent tU tim to often pU
terrible which ; 'Our thank* are due to jrear really there I. nothing _
ofdrlring It through wider aui-h cir. Southern o.b.rti over our friend
I Ni" w"ll young new to U aid .
Ctuiutauce. wa OttubtleM a* much master Itp : la April. At the dale of the i issue of Joe Dui ofQuIoey, fW a parcel of the I which to I I OUt&easy wkkk subject o Marine Disaster
distinct" << GOIIIICIuu.nl'8I lo the inajurily I that .. above .. .pak-t upon your The British bark Briton, from Charleston
of TasDnrtcu.y, ,T 9. J"i*,-. mentioned, there was Urg t '0 most auperwr plurnU we heart and really know
i, perpetrated' it, a* to the country that cried outagala.111 to accounts tingle case of scarlet 0 eW you W Ir.r was fallen in is kh lit
mg fro WakhJBglon, the fever, and bond t lo have 4 o lb
j liter did it Ucau.- it w.a. In their between Mr b 0.1 le-rI. L. W"U D .I your r.mr. once you I.. .e W. '0 her la.tea .
ly which ( I elw
d power to dQ it.4hey .bad. tho Might J aud that liter" S IMlu., .li.e i pox, was Clue tu a tim that we ehJ"e t..(U coMectioa ,- branl by.< of
a I.a au ti WI I i t outstirU C the Iwwn LOt-1 a l dew t friend \ 'much ,indeed. tine say that, if w espresdwt* carry tee, 5pei.elpl.e I" eonvic. by th.. aashwg. '1,

w o )it. an IcvWrg dense fug

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/,nil) at>Important" frum .\111 'TO.-New Or I, MARRIED I '1'( r.1'," .\ -" I, n\:\ tffall1 i \ uv: d', I.J i I. ) I :J\\\ :( $t ,:
I2lh.-1'be I W.\-1'1\ I I J I'' I" ., .\ \ NOTICE. \ ) J,11.C
lean, Jun I PttainMiip Oiual 'Im I I I. :ai I. i ; "" T t' r." ,. 1.1 I u--ititi.ti ,,,fLmiu.. .":.. "' ..i. -
,. Ih! ,.. i ,. n I h., ,i..k.r i vK ,; J jm II" -
arrived at hit port (mm Vera Cmwith r i | \|l'I, | I I" nor' ?. )10, I. uriAirDRUGGISTS,
hat pI
I l, > ," .tI "o< \\a'. nw Uk I .t.11'.1.I l I:" 'pllr.su'' ,. ',.. .It' 1 ,c ....Mof. .l.;,.0,1fHward.V Itl.r ..r.:0
date from the city of Mtin> In the ul ,4flk,
ii tne ,
-.r lhM ..,
) "PI.t I 1\\ .J.
(It was. reported. that the (J.J....lon treaty bad () ... :;......haanJ Ml*. \'lautM* .,. \\"SWMTSKKt .'.II'I IS, t I-:.I :ntf a gesjersl sMortmenl n.Ii..,I.h..I. Meek a.l.k..n'I* wet Red I..... dtf. rrrnch and "ftnmMi. d.., I
preofat t'hS. ..tiami dtt MM W... ..., 'r
Santa Anna but would - -
not been accepted by 1 aseert.d, and. he in.ilr.' ill) hi. Steed to call amid
be returned to Waihington with tome amend- > PBA$, lor sor.hr I I EILIsII:!! (atoCEItII't.: such. ,' H ,,lgre hi.nMir I. sell oa a* grail ALflO- ur rrreiting hy alrnoel evert vrseltrel' -
: : ir.
menu. 2. 154 a iftTTLrTR & DRMtAM. AJOW; ARRIMM" } rTOMliSKW OftI.K.t' terms say .. ., intKenlf. flee. Ap.... Cirlegise. J\\ Aitlonstnihrlr, Much liNt'fMtH a'MEp.ICI.VKA. I

Santa Anna' birth day WII to be celebrated --MEDICAL-i- "NOT'ICE'S'. :: iMitehell nod tl""r Iniw)** Kitra Hour, 'J1ln.i. P R.\ OOl.1"I1. Optimist 1)rsqs. 1 h.r. Stuebte saw. veiy fall ._ ( '
--- -
Super Fin St Lost. d. labs Kiln**, plrte -ON II\M1
Inll. when it currentlyreported "
on the lih wa Jrrnt otitlirrn Urmrd)'. hillneeiss." n-I. Jest received I of CMhrs' ami 1 i.
Pta.c and fhar's $ Circl llama a rh s.ppl C.
he would declare himself Emperor. TH E ."d..ltfWoJ offers his Profusion! *,cmcr P.brd Itoco Slides agsr, ( t_. 11nIIII.l ,_" _Brandy anti wl.l .t-for 1 .

There I la nothing further regarding the mo*" both ssMtYfllClAX Clear;. da do.jA .. Flfurvn, .te.&e.Swselehs' mat :MM, foaoVia 'o l Sorted At*, ,

monti of Gen. AUaret. AND SURGEOX, 1.9 0- JACOirslJflRDIAL.riioleri.\ S I O, J. IlIIoiSI: WhIte> State Vh. PpWht. .
Slur-el., t". I 185-I.! 4t dew (: f. hi, Seeer.
from to Ih. Inhabitants Jefferson Cosmos, Florida sad. Slit nu.hcU Western CWn. aeona (M.
Interesting Wuhlngton. I I. sea prepsrrd to attend all calls with. which b. 90 '0', \\ hINt ltrse.ltohaJhlt A I)I\ISICTIUTOI\'M) 50 lICE.- *iu n_t Tehhdoinoe'e, AiiHiM*. IM 'f'
eta KLATIOS* WITH arAis: -ASPECT* or THC may b* favorad. \ rt SCOTT. ) i LCholrri <
cr A5 Qt'EITI01f-1f&1U r.ox MADRID.Vahitfon F.. SO.VILLA RD.M.D. _Jane IS. iss4" nut : Dumirrj.) J rOft1.1., J J Billions (h.lir. -tAl" II(.t.'n' lUrsrnv.lale. Jnr'ns);: ANI-i1iCIX'S.0!
tfTRerWrnce at mkcenah ______ I: Dlirrhti.!. ) frholcri Idanlom.I rrwiml. will .pnwrat hi.1 ft**) 1..tlt..l.I I'tioruMiJlfl .. -
\ June 0, 1 15I.We _June 80, 1854 41 NOTICa-Sirrn7mthraft date, I l.haII present ..JI.I'roWw. far MU Oda: ty. ami **k a d.. lust k : n\: pep c. Hs* ratm, hMb .j.
learn from undoubted authority thai ", ... the II.... J..iJre I charm.fri.... antI AdmlaaMnrtlmii up supply) efnurr.n .

Mr Soulo ha* written to the State Department \oTict: of Probato Ur :\1..1..... County, aa .\01..,;.""' .."",, i't BOWEL DISEASES. i I' r .'. :N E\ nX. A.\D .hiziicz.YJR: d \ ; I.

that the ground. assumed by the SpanIsh :; undersigned leader hi. service. to the c'rti- the eskaffof! Andrew J Charles, ..-. Ul* nf April 4, l14 nfm ,. A............ 1'.; Uris '. < 1 .
In relation to tho Black \\ ar. THE nf Tallshsser. and. Ita vicinity sa an as.permetsced said! Ooenly, ant ask. Ihr a wharire from said admin- ALSO ADM1RU1LY\ ADAPTED M.\NVniK ". Iye.04", .,. I ,
I government latraljoo.: TIlEs, UAKIUllKJK:, 1'Iipitii (lROCEltllOt.-Jevi: preelveil then :New .VLSOrrn 1
\ELL WGOtR. Us will also cleaa -
nor affair, were-fir.t, that that "e 'sel violat. out well'* and attest promptly to such business ss I Jjtfo.. 1351 nOm. Admmwtrator.; I .\! Fs OF rr.MU.Es .L 1 ....111 tie I'.rtu ...wanna*- '
.. OF ;
ed the law and Will justly fined ; that the Ap. msT l ts entrusted to h.s car ---- 1/iwl 1'l'f'ri"lI: Painful Mi.mlruativn.rpnr Li'e! Saga:. tth,*, OUNTE 81'I.rlAr QtSIf m 'I IApril19. '
) .
"M HrenJ II
01 ICE -Six montha after dale. ahall present l1 :: ('ru'heml, l'hmmmluo' I
of .
plication for !liberty to make a pot entry June 20, 1854. FRINGES! VL1: .. : "i :i '
my goollll'roU"t.nct.OI..ho,. to the I II...... ..1. ttSEa, h UtI-" Ot t"M
her cargo wa not made within the timo allowed JESUJ Probate f"ir Mdisnn; County, M administrator nf the I', Virtue of Mcoir.s COHPIAI. sr* Tokwwn, Lump .. -- \

by law. Finally that ai her agent (\(0, iB. JPltPIB: : btt: of IVIany J. Charlra" deeeoavd, late of Mid ,I_ well I known ta require I rnimeaimlitme, t..1 t Kin:. Cote, t WrM "

At Havana hare confessed their fault and im. County, and ask ft* a dm-harge from oU Admlniatrntion. 1(1 It cure,the merit roses ,,'I1"h.t ... >rMnlbn ConW, llnttor Crakrf" *, 1\
remission of forfeiture the same had AttORNEY AND COUNSELLOR ATPocket THLX HAHTUIIX1K. I 9.1:. U cures the wor.l forme of l Inynentary. Jane tWiir yinrswr,
plored remitted and that matter had been Ad. jul''. 13, 1434/ nOm Administrator, Ill: It ear** California I or Metiesn. Dtsrrhira.Ilh : ; \> bite Win \ lnc.sr Pi4 Ash, "
been -L A W -- : -;; ll relieve* the ....rest Colt*. V hi( I heel Pur .nd .No. Iin Ken,
justed. Thai tho Cuban authorities, BO far 'OTlcr.-sis ;months. after datr. 1 shall. presentmy lImit. It cures Cholera M.trhu: A Emit of fino C4gar fur "*hi by ,

from having a disposition to annoy, are only MONTICELLO ORIDA. i final account. to the Hon. Js.t Ig*nf lrubat. nth, It runs Cholera Infiutum7lh \I.\\II.1I\\IS..

anxiou, and will\ continue to manifest their Jun. 13.1 1S34.-ly. fat Leon County. aa Kxecalrii: rf the rsml. of;icho ll cares Painful iltm'ntrusti.mn.' .'etI. tI IMI NBondspndLtabilltlesorthe

aniicty to facilitate the trade of the UnitedStates ------- -- .---- las 1.,01.1.1. nf'Mid County descant, and ask. ties Sib' It relieves. r.m in lljek sot Loik*. ---_.----.-- gjitOs
discharge" from my mid Kierutonhip.CATIIAUINK : 9th It ,,, ..... ..
4 and that the Black Warrior ha* been I .Book Lost. JOHNSON, tUecutrU. h'"h. It counteracts restores lnr.'olarin.ncr s.ne.a a .n.'v" Union Bank

I I placed upon the tame footing: with the United T OST Between Lale lamonut and Tallahsww,on June 13, 54: n I 11.... It rfwprU gloomy! A lIoIerk.I l Arlin**. I It 13 OK .aUI-y C A. ('OK, I r

State mail steamer -l- tho morning of the lOthKnstant, a npuiltp.whet. __ 15th. 11'. a I TrIlIIJ"ilbe] sit, \,lmir.M. Tusk. (S mimoo. Sweet, New. Y oik.Norrmhrr .
It will be seen from thin. that !Spain' place book containing'' abtNrt- f>n* Hundred IK.flnrs" in bills A tKV: SIIOHT ENTKACIS HUM I l.tl- IS I 14151.AChina I 1
n(varion* Rank*-priooipnlly of Soulh.W""cra K. R. VAflETIJ."IIIKHSK ] - .---- -- --- I
her remission of the 0,000 fine upon the Dank of Charleston. 'The finder a ill b. liberally, ,.. [ TEKS 1 l'IMO\IALs 1 : Ac : I {

ground of mercy and not justice ; that Ibo "trded kv leaving it at store nfJnooli. .* I h... ....1 rcoh' Cnriltil) my ttm,ly', and Glass, tt,

owner of the mack Warrior, having con. 34. D2'fIOl'KIS 3 ..h MEGIXM3S.TVTOTICB / .Kngli.h: Dairy, Smi ante by hare fuiiml I It, n mn>l raciest ant \In m. juJimont JUST rterned from N... York,a* iortminl ol
.. O saleable "ID.I Iy." IIO.N. IIIKAM VA R:\ES: wkito and China .
fcused" their fault and implored" lorglve. June 13. n IIETTUN & NMIITAKEP.ACKLRKt 4 gill Glass, ,\. con>U| :
.-Font week. after date, I shah apply to ledge\ or u| neal, they are for lven. The word quoted 1\ the linn.Jade* of ProbiHe Jefleroon County, '\ ; -No. V In Kits. for sale by II tt give mr I'lrssur* In bring .M. tim rrcom- Vlaln. white Chin I'lal ami rh'.tiva. I -

I appear in tho original "rmnlsh decree( and ror.n Order and J Here for the MO of the following l' I n llF.ITt.N & W1IITAHF.U mend Jacob's'm: J .l--m v o...n prrnon.l prrirnrs\ Cnpa ami Baiirrra N5t1't'11Ihu1i'3 ,
aro given by Mr. Soul. in hi* official despatch described Land hr-longing to the Katate of John I>. sod the r.peime.-' of mj nrilihor soil fin-n.lt' a. L.rj* ..,1,1..1 Cup aiidaauirrs with motlora, NKW AND VALUABLE. t

:. to tho State Department. Shihoe!, d..ueII.1o .wit : The E. halfoftho N. K. 1 TULI.ET-4no. J--i"d; ;; b1 round mr, It a aullirir.nl; i :1 : guariiilci,: for mr In brIm* HmallToi .. h .. Tlm._ prmcvihl Sine f tOo Sea o mIte ,lube aeirrstora .

The against the Cuban, official of quarter, and she N W. quarter of the N K. quorum-c .1.11 n UETTON & \\ UITkERC it to be all that :t purt.nrta"' In hr n a Sennit* lilt M..... with inotlnr. 508mm. \'1 AmmtSna. .. ?o. p.'_, ,
and the 8. "Tqnartcr of: the 8. E quarter, all in Meo- ; Rrmtiy" \\ \\ it. I'MlMlUOOlt: Jilt card lla.kitasnd' Var, if itm==' S.c-p. lam-i Se.i0ti5ami,, (.
; of Aastm. Kt I
: wham cnn
the United Slate rS :\
inimical are
being to repudiated K. tIN A larg.anpplyof' t Joho,, Plain, and Dill' Tea '
don No. 3.Atastb.8.W.quartrruttmeN. quarter 8 Formrrl' Juilfr ..Suprnur Court Chrrokrs Cir 1'1..11. i.n.pae the posoc nmrai ,Ia .5-sm 5mmisema.o
by the Spanish government, and their of Sectitii No. 10, all I In Township No.9of; Range \\olfca' Celebrated Khwdant Anmiationpe. .. I take rrat China Mjlch |110''. Heap Dmlira 1 time totem Dr .h".awl kusimy. .mOo,. J
plmtur thia In.
conduct lauded in the highest degree. Sucha No. 6 N..ind E, to be sold for th. payment of the Bch' lit sate by valuabl medicine( Ii, all aHlirtrd in rMommrmling with, bowrl diseases .. Kruli, !Ktxnd., ($uliles, Lomonid (lla>..., 'orse'an OiI amlmuy An.thise aol ("1' ionS'.b.mimi.poor e. Er .

*. lettlcment" of the difficulty i is a triumphto dibta. of osM _10. A. J. LK\, n RETTOX A WHITAKEIl.FAIl.MLU'8 for which, I b..Icl'l. ,tin b* s sovrrrign rrnnnlfderhladlf UUs Uiihr, rumhlur. Ac., Ac =.sho5mwti mua.omm mm SiaoOIn' rnhia.I .

Spain, and will not be regarded a* particularly JouelS, 19M.: n 4t Administrator -- olI.ERM.-\- .. articU-Stov.; tnprriar, lo snv thing, .tos met tried bvma. lath supply-nf ALSOA Fluid. Solar- and Oil, ( ...1.!,.*n4.1.1 nii'fa.dtocitm.ih.niih, time rich asS Ui*" _n.4 ..' 1 --

flattering to the United Sidles. TlIOUSANirORmJlfiES\ and SO (lsltms-foe PUntation) ." A. A ('lAlll.UtMi.1 I : IVpult; ) II' Mof I'luid i and Solar Lamp ,U lk Ar Ac. .amp.. 1)11. JOHN IIIJ J I.f.'H

We also are informed that tho sale of Cul'a FIFTY ( m*, 1'1'1,10 KTTON & W 11 IT A k hit.; Iks Grand I.omlge uf (I irorgia. For asic by (I. A J.: :\SIM..
I la discussed # AsorrmisnToTWENTT.FIVE N This rfTirirnt' rrmrdj travrlllnft ".1. crlrbriIV April 4 '864. tBUT MIICN O i MINI! ,
to the United States, openly by d 'c.SSN ENAMKLLKD KETTLBsIlColl : as Got .. rlonapart puihrj. hi,* rolnmna lmta C IIG
--- -
intelligent Spaniards, In private life, in Mad4\ THOUSAND DOLLARS I n- andaiamm our_""'n'nt. Kusai. and fining rum mend.lion wherever uird." ---- lilhstltbwlnc ," ..nnespa, and .., ..

rid ; though a* yet neither the paper or official nE'rroIIITAKlm.. I (I..rllao J./.....t...., Mny I I9I*, 18i.1 $150() PER ) Inn ,:: (:t*.f..n'l : al to tour<-

dare speak of it. The public mind, bowofer, THE Juue IS, 1534. n for salt by D. II. AAlr'.S.llKNMtl I. ( N'J'JI *,... You. r.m.4, al
about the court I la entertaining It. ...TlTi i. I Is II & \X\\H.I: SM 1\I.L tU111Sr HH) n th, dw m mill I., th*, nut *l': 'IknlllM.In* an>o. I

in the refuter, and COURIER OF TilE IH M NASh A n>. lo ntnkn nil This *.*.l.rrul ai. IMM, .... .h toOl| rM ifae
certainly a progressive step i\EW COTTON GlirpllENEW \ TallahiMr Ariiitiirc iiinnrr by Im kitriHliK'lln, Semi earrlnl "'r"t Ih. hMfW ttttoHiMa ,
a such entitled to be regarded a* ofsomo tig. And the Merchant and or out of business, No capitalneeded.and ,! an.l : a eharm M wanr as he 5-rae.>
by principal Drugglulathroughout
hut Mite Incurred, ,tt requiresno INM rvemnM M '> sam wl.uuOi..ulatmmo.) 4 I :
niflcance. f th* Slams Ta Ik* olnAi. >lia ._' fttmRlltaea I .
no .1 t .
--- Ir..li,' peddlingbut girV von com.
= :7.- u
All Spanish letter receiroe. here, agree in TJkirfjr' ... Pagtt, Large Quirle, tUmilrmtnl I \MIOIE-<.U.K ACKN1N : ll..n.) | lIonel fo.I..r. hum with the chance I lunke I"lh' II l 10 taeffiMS nat|>rn
declaring that Mr. Soul*,"* ilh that velvet coat ONE DOLLAR A YEAR! P.VTFNT STEEL TOOTH CYLIN U,alrv;N'... York J. Wright tt Co: New' Orlrana, to t3lil per month "I his ,s no receive, of ant: kind. Il..r Psin, ,.a rr tr it.eompoMMl Mtaly o.: '

exquisitely embroidered, i I. very Intimate with Including Numbered Receipt" Entitling tha Bearer DnilCI\.who.e failure haa been m-p..i..l: Ih.llan.l Ilirral... & C.. Cliarloaloi.: no, HiMk agency ll .n something) rnlinly I new. bI, ,"..4_..... .. .raaa *4 "._I. ems rl '

Queen Isabel Segunda, who dilnks smokes, lo Handsome Gratuity or Premium I II through of the Cotton growing Stales! is .1 ill M.y..I". _. ly, and inorthy of.ll persons desiring: a |'erm.nenl' andgeniiereniploymeiit. .irs .1..1 tIm LJI.,., wha .. ...enaiM< ilIVUn
live and Mt I. ,,,.. And during, the .lost *ca on -- Right and knomlrxtge will, be te.nim mimul N a h'.hl' lsmnti' I
flirts, &0. &c., when, where, and with whom I Five Copies, $4 ; Twenty-Fire Copies $29. baa been brougbt lo that state of perfection. whirl TlTICIl-Sit; mostho aflrr mist,, I .lull preIN mont ID any feisna .'.I..h.tl 1, |'*sl J>.,at. leK J..I... t..h'...5 sy.n'tsi Sour the 4.
Isabel also want* and l I I arm I ro final arcmil and oi.chri ta Ilia lion a ), nn4ifmildmtt.ry..iwS ttulr tcttu.cmm.1.0s
she please money renders us ...re. certaip. For abort aiapl. Hi :. to SIIII'LriV: U. Wk.ir neawinen.1 h, ipmu melt sot an**
I .
the two hundred million :Mr.\ Suu'.e'! has hinted A (BITS ttO :ZTTBT: : BlTBSCXXBXa: : : : f great superiority; our the Saw Gun, ia alrikmgly, lu.IIIIOr I'robalo' for ,li-ll'ir.on, Count r, a. adinlnlaintor _.Msy. .21.; 1453. Kineeion, Ross t'o Ohio, l : 4 mt ihM H Is UH< I'r tlMl' COWl. Mtlhhnn.Tbe .
I This comi.t untie ratal of Albrrl t:. TAY1hllt.t.! an alma* : hto, aid > a
at a* the auto which the United Stale are I -- _.- ,parent lo good; judge superiority Inelr) ult.rln nXMb to kU rmllr .
ceased l 'late of ani.l and .k fur <
its the lint cleeser, mart end free minly a a mii.e'tmsrgeCorn : :
to for Cuba, would find a greedy rrMIK .1100_ which has attended this enterprise.L Iin leaving pm their will) b* Inliif a. sos Sea..icae. (
willing salt Amlinlniairsumon.Sln .
pay doe. fiat break in .f sat tralr
from Infill, and cut, or w.il5oprnud vu.i.uspuece.mt
any way
acceptor in her, had she the power to lake it. wsrrants the belief that the hat of l \ injure the fibre at the asm. time iinrartmg, to tIme 2:1: 61. JOHN r. TAVIOH, \dm'i, iiv JAMK 1!. rnoojic, __t, Ihe all *>lmal dtowM, aiwpa, nellhit,..
hal to sell eubsonben will be completed, at any early day ; the ar an4 tOe msny lnt.nil .nl..I. Uarartala .H ,
Hut the rumor that Spain agreed Gifts, will then be equitably and faithfully bvstmwut.without lint that soft and oily feeling whiih natural loth diner/tor' nftlit i. } M U MfSMIx kwailMS of pod.ws.g
Cuba, or ha hinted such a thing, in, t.p to the the intervention of any drawing. or lottery ...,,1. when picked, by h.nd-m.kin.lh. tint from ICE ICE Sll'l'.jl" o Suet Injurtnua .ilwt. In UM ..iMhw. MM '

present hour, entirely fabulous, 10 far a* tho pn_... They are as follows. to wit, : the seine lot of teed, worth from I ,to 1) rent per -- WHEREAS It lisa been mad : .'e.aetttatiee... 1".ln.the ,1.l ant w.ummui
ound more thin when gmed ou Ih. saw gin.It to ni. ,ihsl tl.\ S .1'
Sate: Department has any knowledge.,!; A IWnotiful Villa Rt-sidcne. t In Wvkh.nterCuouity clean the lIes Island Cotton beautifully, and "ISbTTEP.:: 1TF.1'If.NEEU.." h STFPIIhMl.; charged' wi,'h ih* : St.! pmO.ea.4( Si t; 'thm'om.J..mdirmu. 4 Is .ini. 5
: ::
There are symptom that Ibo President t Is ono hour from New YokH."I.linf. will (in from HOO to 1000 ,pounda. per pay, and so ", ,innrder JOHN' $ I'Etb'All'l'hae.l. I. ., ..A Irv I *, I>.. lul--... 1
giving way upon the idea of sending the Commissioners : Stable, Out houses, Gardener's Lodge/ far .. Manufacturer bane tested It, the lint is In a .. abscond,d, and I. a r..II.. rouiJurtiie =::=I to, :.'Ibv o*H ih kVttoi o .0 : ,
to Spain. It U still under discusion. &0., In the Italian style of Architecture $3: .000 much better condition for the Mill than from any A COOL Cargo of the 'i CM Stuff" tAi 1 :lot ". .,mid ala I. 'O 1Pm. Shosmattus a, Gout. f t
An unique and very pretty Cottage Residence other Gm., on the way Trum lloatnn.I 1) ) Nest, "". I, J.uu U. Ilammi, Uuvernorof HIM si. aM eiwipojilotM, M base that
believes that the In the sums locality, with a large Uardtn In !North C.rolin.I..n.*,Battle & Son! .of Edgeoomb / New Port May 1M: 1854.NOTICE. ili* Slit* 01 .Honda, bv virtue .r time authority, vra -4! ilk* I.dAre thus oaf .: pamibi, i".;I Ii

The President preparatory lint, Outhouse., &0.. complete end la sp-\ County, and Dr. 11. L. Hill, Wayne Ccun. vested In m* by law, do nurebv ulCer a reward ol, 1CLLI tMd Of TAIS .
steps for preserving Cuba in the hands of taMe..o ty. and several others bone. tried the Um on Short .-Si .momha after dale I shall present one: hi.ailred dullsrs for tIme apprehension of ..Id I wound.| poe eae>4 alaMst __ I ICnmpiuiiia .;
Spain, or rfiaklng it African a* an alternative, Proved: will b. pnrchoaad; of the Subscribers Cotton lit. pad arisen and are highly pleated with, .... Is anJ yard..vs to the lion Judge SlIm lucia, and lila *af* dolt.ry lo the Slurill idHilishorough .I111ttJ I lm.aim,_,1.1.1. cl o 1..t M. f
have Wen taken. This, he tJ.inkJI. does not to whom they may be awarded, fur cash, the result. la Tei*. the New Oin i* hinin.l la "f Prwbile for Jefferson County, as Admlnlotrstorsaid : I' ; Cuuntr. "''rmp .lloi'd A.M. .. auto I '
doubt and he also believes it our at flic' *, prior.] sweep clean. Capl. John Duncan of Matsgonla, of tic. G.m.,.. .e WIlliam fleea.tt. ,Ire.uai.ml. 1st.. of 'tmmit I MUuI.eua. Is auoul ft feet 8 Inches .IMla, UM 1 stalls( M4 .h) mists swtala.WoolJ I j. 4
admit of a ; A 'Julca Gurzvnacn" Fin. Gold Watch warranted who. purchased th* Scat two. (inn amId in 'f..... declare County, and ask. for discharge. from ssid. ad eoninlelirm, black hair I and eyre.Witness JVUTlIgUSIAat.NiO1. PAtII., ,., .
duty to prevent the latter course at all hazard a \perfect, lime keeper! 8.:>0 tb.llr h. had rec.ived them in tint. to hair.Gmed rninn.lr.iion, VM E DOS,Wt\.I.:\ my hand and the tlreal Heal ollha Sc HraUis p. ,:MJ/Mr.=wsnnrs kM<*u,a nptaiIS ,

He declares that he will lOOn say a* much to A M Co<>|*r" Fine OoM Lever Watch, 200 his whole '. it would have mail. a diflcrrnce :.1.,311. 1831: Administrator. Slate of Florida Don al the c.r. ./,. ,UM !ii

Congress, and ask Its action.-JV. 1' llcraU. A FlneOold\ IVxkctChrnnomettr, 150 of from 2000 lo 3000 dollar in hi* favor TOBACCO. r..L.J] I.th.\ City of 'lall.hsM, this MAOICiL *1'1( Ml*. .1 .
A Fine Gold Superior High InUhcil Watch, ISO' Ihe 60 inch Gins are warranted lo pick 1500 ITlhday .. Mar, A. H. 1551. W.|J TM k* ...of Swl.l. IIM.I, Slllt Jolats. *VmThroM 0, ,
Southern' Wtig Conrenrion.-..The Colinn.bu A Fine Gold Elegant da da UM' ) pounda of lint, In 12 hour. The 44. Inch Gin .willdo JUST rstrivrt I a !large and well as-orlej :lot of ATTISTI.-K. L. \iLi.irnii', N..raial Hn.no r, KIIMOI u>- sl tvtnm, LunUa la-ogta- ,.I 1
Hem, Soil
in favor of tha pro. 5 fine' Gold do do "'."'boe..cOll') from 10KO) lo 1200' pound of lint in the same I IIKIUiFR, 'I OIHCCO' which to the trad, Hecretsry of rSlsl. IIM4, M4 alt' Sena, lirr or !:| ,t
Enquirer prcnounces to hold 6 Mne C.r; >ld taduV Diamond do 300 time with p ropct.pee d, and to run IB long ass .will b* sold al, root and charge.. May 19, loot. M ray aMa M4 '' .'Is Us Joka
tuition of the Petersburg Intelligencer S Fine Old da Euninil do SOOS Saw Gin ( and In ciao of failure, with l.ruleruuge I April 85 ,MSI.' :\ D UII.WX.: Ki-ia or ritx "' I

a Southern Whigh Convention, at some central Beautiful. Gold txitkets, 50 they will be made good.I'rica 1. NEW OII.FAN"Th. SthoonMM WMI4 M semi of Hint. Nf II, Coaeor, Tsims, i
point in the South-say Columbus Geor 1 Indies' Fashioimbli CJ.J.I) Sit, comprising of 4* Inch dm t\'lh: ')( For CO inch 1125 Family Groceries he., be. : [tOIL Capl I.k. CruvlkKU,My ,,of IM. o4. kf

gia, either doming the coming'autum or in the Kruot'luU, biir; .Kings and Pins, 73 To be delivered at th. nearest depot, Of lauding to TL'ST( receded per Schooner UJENNY; !LINt," & 2 wood, .11 sail 1.abotr* on 1hiusdsytb. .buses t.ikM Kln M. *.Iv'. ...Null. /:| ..k= .
next spring U consider the policy and duly I I do da do do 60 the: purchaser, and a Man furni.hrd' lo net the Gin J from New Orleans, U.iih 1111 Fur Ight. ur passage rplv" tu &a sroodjr M4** *.. .
of the South. The Enquir.er I da da da do 50 ,running.. 1'rrnia Cash on ten d.,. trial Choice .".1 Fair Brown. Sugars, IIE.VKU: ,' lrMIM.SI. OB. JOIIN OUI.L 4
of the Whig 1 do do do do 40 There will be a alnck of the.. Gin k<-pt' l in T.I.I.It. Clariued bogtr, Mrks, Msy SI: I*3I. : :
rellftctful11lo"itea the early and mature confederation 1 da da do do S3 ....* al the Ilnck Stud* recently! .....u..1. ) by .uoa'AO"IOI UAI,
bur Candka' Firr 0. **
of It* reader to the views and ug.geslion 60 Fine Gol.l heavy Pens and I''noila. 3u) Messrs. K. T. Taylor & Co, for the iota! of their. ALSO; HIOM. 1 NEW! YORK HIBHERD'S HOTElTiDalnbrldjo .lu 0. MVUTILUI, KT, r,
of ihn article! of the Intelligence and 50 Fin O.J.I do do do. 9V' saw Gin.
Its editorial, a* follow I 50 Fine noM do do do 200 Alleominunic-Htions add rrs.e I to the AIInl.1 Assorted Crackers in 0..... tir Family oie, Ga. f OB IALI IT RI011..cnUTlI10001 ''I I 1
conclude '
.. before and not far ['All of which may be seen at O. (\ AtLtVa, Tallahassee, will meet with prompt attei.lion., Duller and, Fancy Cracker*, TiE Subscriber b.ln4 purchased |h. ..t.I.b., OUT Till VM1TMU nA' :
There 1 la evidently\ U8, I No. II Watt street, New York) JOHN M. WARD\VtLLAoMT. Superior Green' and lilack 1 eaa, known. K )H. AMES, Again, .''lb.-. ri. ,
distant in the future, a fierce and heavy drug- Chooolat Corn March Csulon Press med Ginger A. 'A 14 _
A MaKniuc.nl Ikowwood Piano 500 P S.-These Gin can b* seen In operation oa COOh'SIOTEL LIVERY BTABLEi April / ln I'
gle. The tide ofanti-davery feeling is hOW Superb da do n 400 Short CoUolI.llb. eomn>*neoinnl of the neat dinning oRlusrts Ilegs leave m.,.l reeprttully, lo Inform his friend -- i -"- It'!dSPItIN f!
rooting and swelling, and will submerge the Aa Elegant:: do do 350 season at the Plantations, of Col. U \\'. \Vil- Csndiea Rio and Java Coffee, soil the Irsvellmg I ) ublic, thai be I I. prepared lo enIsrlsm }'ASIIIONAILE!
entire North. Its baneful currents will then A Superior" do do 300 lama, Gen. Win Itailey, GOT. John llrsnch and Ural [ ndon Malsrd, Cuter Vlnegsr.Florida; lickiea.AlammA reiinmenl, : and ranaienl: lloar.lsra Iliatsbla ( & SUMMER[

be turned and directed against the peace and Aa Excellent do do. 850To :; \V. F. I.toyI.ef. I..onCo-inty ; Cnl. B. F hi'ner, I larg* supply of South I ArrowRoot .will b* cuppliid with, the bl the country afford ftr1
bo seen at IIaactW.LTSs' 333 Thomiw M. u'hlt.T. N. & J. D. ) CLOTHS AND CASSIMERESI
be checked [ nfG.Jo.icnCo. ; *, and every attention' will b* glton" to render
security of the South. It must I Broadway, New York) Morrick'amimt R. A. Young. of Jackaen Co. J.O Alo, While, Lead, Zme Paint. Ltnseal Oil them comfortableHi AM n. reoeiviag 1 aa ..t.- saa'rtfloil't of I .

and stayed, or we, a* a people, shall be strand A perpetual Loan without security or interest, 1..500I Anderson and Capl. Daniel IIirmIotielTeraonuoun./ Windsor (H.... powder. Shut I'ereussaion Caps, ,* Htable all times he withPravender C. (. White,

ed and wrecked. It U time that we should I, A perpetuallu without security or Interest, 1 000 iy and }. C. McGekee Es<|.. and Col. It. Hsmeon Ae.A-e.forMleby: 18M. ft! O. it" J. MLOINNHl.Msy30 : and,.I.. ,. lloetlere.llnrM .1.ur/.o I" I'l: :1:*
begin to prepare tor the Issue and marshal! A perpetual Loan without security or latrreM, 500UK ) of MaJison, County .. ____ lots. fur the seeoramod.ji* of Drovers. ei, wh .1 to oa abort
force for the coming contest. () Copie of*The Book of th. Poets: ," II. TIme letter from the Nfllls Manufacturing Company FOR CHARLESTON Horses tubas la lo JlsiJ .n) stand at livery. ..> la tb. lt ikU\ style. sal oa roaaonaNI -
our Inrtrated by a seriiof Fony splendid pubhahod blow. gives aotne idea of the ".'... lluggur lo b the day week or t Urui
\-nd b
such successfullyand the Gulf lo..n
"To an II E 11one.f Lin between
accomplish P
I Steel EnrravinR( by the first" Artiata, 8ve of IhU Gin for Long biaple Cotton. -ALSOA -
union harmony and orginiza- J__ .L Port ant I Charleston having been d..- f
effectually, elegantly. bound and lilt' 50020,0i llorh.oI the conveyance of Psasengers re t* any -
'continuedoibrr. hsv been .undiluted tAHOII AXO WILL SKLriTtU STM K or
tion are absolutely necessary Lei then sucha )() COJIM.I ol"lIr. Ure'a Poiket! Cyclnpe HOLTOKK, Mass., April 4, 163: &. vessel part they way dui, '
convention as proposed, be held at the time Iia"-a book. of reference for all class 1 **, & R. PisKniasr Fi: t. i and conveyance will: be famished for for all pro JOHN IIIIIIJKnU I IWrlsior.tiambridge :: A ji Y- MA i) i: cLo.rING, 1C
dueed Intended fir Charleston. Agenla same Il "
and place speci6ed.S. 90,1)00 containing Copies all of Ih.M Th.mast TreMury valaabl.of rc knowledge i.250. Deer &tr/-We liars used th. few I.t Newport. MeNaaght ft Unsent' Cedar K.*., Oa".,"M ay I lS, I,n4. 5 Ci m on.Mmr la port of e.r.Vrw-k eel Sock

Let It be for advancement and consulla. ," !9200 hairs of Sea Island awl other long staple, Cultons t.: II. Richards ; Tampa" lame. McK.vTL'NNO.I'INCKSEY. Notice. I anoy Colored rrurk. .II', 'f- ., lImp

tion, and for the purpose of agreeing on the 5.000 Fine Steel Engraving,.> Portrait of whlub )'ol\.y Wi. glned oa yourSe laland Cotton 4. CO. ".U. Kruek, Kaik sat U.I Seth and
May 90, I IS34. ><* person hsviog demands against ti astute' -, WhiK. lirowa (J-la-
and plans the lime 500 Gin.W. ALL
patriotic the Preaidvnt to -
and most acceptable ,
best present ,
regret lit not having. larger aupplj of this Ellender) 8.1.,1,1.1. of (led. ooiioly .Ibuk d >. end (leasismere Iiata.
of defeating! the ends and overthrowing ibo 4,500\ FlaeHtevI Engravings: ," AoompleteiewiithsCityuNswYork and LaTiron Motion lo PSM through our work*,-a larger quantity I QuinCf Male--nd Female Academy. t..e.a ...1 11.that they must ",.. Vblfcssnd Drap ramvy r IJnea 8.mn.Pant*-\\ hi aa.l KiweyvfansMlk -

design of consolidated nortnern fanaticism. 450CO would enable aa judge more correctly *. la Mill UmUrsignxl. duly. sullisnllcaledwithia Vesta, l.ney sad lieu Vmts, ,r birt .
Senato- and Kepreteautire in *, the relative menu. .(your Cotton Gin over the common mill I: neil M..i.in will, laain on Monday, Jiitl the time prMcribid by l law, ., ibis 'oIe! Croat I'adcralurU Itrawor, OkusM, lluo-
The : "
Whig 8a1w.ripti lor a year to harper's5tise i. and end ... the tint haraday. in October ,
4tli .
roller Om.V I will b* ulead ia bar of their sad all .
readily to Interchange recovery pet- .' .. JOHN IMUTOIUOS.AprJH -
have 190
Congress an onportnniiy \ ith .rnperlm..nl' on Ih. small lot of Cotton I The ,inn itul .. I* 1,7mlite'j l with fin.>uiaralua| andslT eon* Indubtsd 10 said .tats, era hereby noliAed to IMt
view and opinions", and it wouldbe 50 Subscriptions. ; lor a year ta"Glrosoa's received, ., w* are or the' ncmioa that pose Cotton >r4.* .iipcnor J..uU... u aludoul of slut,*, art make Immediate payment lo the androwned Admiaislralor. __- _:_-

gratifying to u* and doubtless also to the l'I9toI'ial;;; .a 150' (die doe* not injur J the Staple of the Cotton, sal for obtaining. a thorough. part..I.d".IIOG Hoard, S\M'L. II. bUYS, Tobacco. ,. I
whole of their constituency to Lave their con. 50 Sabscripuon Lw year to M GoJey's. thai there ia an :improvemenl: ia the evenness and I Including. .waakins. nay bo eulauiad m the family. Adrulnislialor.A Cbotc. Tobauau. for asIa by .
;;; ,
Ikk" .rillt..I"lo rfBOXBH
150 .... .
Lady .1... Fur further
and in the cleanliness of lb. Ibis, which will materially In of the l'riBciiaUlIO .per pu.Ie. rilt _..w I>U HODOKIsW -
viction of our duty policy present 50 $oripllnna: for a fear to" Putnam' crease the value of the article and rduc ih. ot .'... raperiin/ ...... of tattles. &'., see "pilnUJcatalogu IO. K
condition of affairs. We shall therefore take Monthly," 150 of MiouUclurmg.However which. may bo prmur.d by tpnJlcatwn: : laN Boots, Shoes and Hats.T iFitoamy2t4h5It.t '
the to suggest if propriety permit, that b. H. HfliWAKT.:il'rieempoI. Nolle
liberty .thM ore ouestloa whwh csa mote U8T '** Nsw Tack an sasortnwut -
they meet and confer and unite in recom- 50,000 Grfta amovntiag to tit 000 Mliefaetaril ..".... by eipcrimsnle oa a larger May 50. 1 1554._ J lluoU '.ho' suited to Ibo aisson.A iavlsg dMMoJ. die aaotss vt '

mending to the South a platform for practical Pre"; .vs i. Ages ti stAir C.._.. acale, sad In order lo accomplish thw. .. hop.. yu ;of I.S U- ALL r \ .Cswney,
will be able to rank. larger auppiie' of tag MapleJottoa Vy the JuttuJ'inl oftHt City Tullafuiitte. A uf MaM Hoy fiejmiurr otsM.1, will 1.al. they rnuat .
operation. : Ageat or" r..rborur.-.a. Iho ( giB.d by '8e* lalaaJ Gotten Gta.Yoar. Hal .. will tH al .eralo .
line of Tct..I: : : ; your prose ta tho ao.Ws.med duly asihisileateul she
Wa are wedded to no particular: tsrgeat Ital 1.000 Truly, S5O In: WAn n.J ). Mnwii ll l t. U. > ,MKOINMiHoe *.). >M faWlryIawort&S4jlaawUI k hf
in effecting our proposed end ; but in T* the Agent or other peruse" who send the Signed) J. L. DAVIS, Agtat.HsdleyTolks .---- |
policy (
1 li4 500 ( ioo of II.. City Cwaail ) of reaerery. Akd alt peiwoss I: **'!
our estimation It can be most effectually accom To out"do large. do do do SOO Co Mill ......._ls, May n. liM. | i, fto. .... .. hewby a.iVl lu ... pay.

pluhfd by declaring for Southern candidate To do do do %0To JulIO I, I/JM. If 'UTIIEREtRthMh oomo lu the ksvuwbdgouf J CIT arrived,frmn 1 HluooMr.a Urgeasenrtaiea own! to t ou4V- *iaiad.AU.XAMX. I

alone ceperate: and distinct from present party 4e1 do do do 100 > > time City C.-nncil: of Tatlmbaaaw thai a* MaWiytrnw. uflluesHskaaae IIUlXJKUWibCOlT.Februsry St'ItAPT. .tdzs'rt", 1.
T. do do do 60To FOR NEW ORLEANS.- ftokui.er .vMnsi MM paat hw days aum. cut dad ftHi 1$, t IbId. My IttLBT.IE S 8
division. jc $'. fif"" Captaia 0'Lary pIt2aaiI I ur .lens throws artMlr ul bod sat 4 M -
Iaw'' send the Tea seal largest Sato, prraoua -
-" M a.above oa friea,. tab. lost. after/ arrialiaTrasK.ag.rCar that, limed V. e.mstoiii.g eVrsvcunws o. UTMSBixtbtl \TR.: JOlt 'VJMUS.of TleWh*****, I.ray *a"ilL -I aGIiDit 0tlfI. I

i'OKT OF ST. .MAm 8. I aech tBoaowMrl.4. th. Twenty Mil. largewlIHI. l FttrfnHfhtor UKJII\r'l ruaiiai., lit* SAC tlrtttt tiU "'..,.. jfy..rr* iboriMd "tf' hwsa rVruU, OF t

ARRIVED.Jun.T. To 1 ..... > U- too to BEARD : ./ (iso Oil,. sad al.. tale '*. iftUturtt a, ftimte Ap II, .8 < .em CLMUY.A" _. i "luuly of L.oa. J I".n
*IUcbttola -' St. Marks Jane 8, I 1854 a .Umseea, wIck' Uu laltuu. of \ LL ba. claim t **tta
l-tutUS 1'bornpIrota F" nest kMflaot 1 lists, aaw afMnmly uIutlM pereoo Mg .
g.uoo si To these who adilytf V I'.ir of """ hoe asia l by .at u
I other animal. .f asS 1V. Csasda J l $
-Tk 50 di-Mroyl dogs[ or prupvrt) ft-uooiiM c beuhf a
:l io balUat IIebt4 "htOTl-CE.-ltmi: week after date. I wi apply Ie 1 ....efoesh '.". "".. > M FOINNISS.I. 1.
sadie thai tIN .u. I. IO'KtNK.
a. eeLs Jane f PraJfcrJ Burn. finoai NeW Or.I I To those who: seed Ibo/iAy MIlt .kwyral .liStS, ...... Now i. sroaiaakawUwi miaedteappraisad5heticsssewiththeJ % .
of Loss
Ie.... with 1M4 aacls cor*. SI bbU |....k. 1J .... eaohK IMLvMao i\ the u_.... .I.oIf' .r IVafcoU ... au) U. famud uM *J d Vak with a. l*. Ctrtvt ClearS /or Ml the .
14 ) C.M4), far .." M .f A.o.iies Ua emirliag to \law : I I. By \1.... of the wHswily t mkttma r0,. Ib* Moaibf I >*. able ao .
ami. lists
Cocoa 40 bbi floor t IA.1 aujor I Tu iA" ... .- aM PI6l seat.Iatgus$ .lao of Mm tJ.,.* Tr4esit. deceaud 1st. of aooiCoaolji 4 iMtaviajrtaaM U the' ncuaamosylMiiHi nflfco (..il ./IA Suit o flem'44.-yrlsg Tt., aheeraayb.piridtebertheame. ..t.
sack .at*. 4 tMa wktakey"- M lefts otu** **
.a.. W. J/OKOKUE ANUBIUtON. .. aMls this' .. .aaiaV .... a .... I. D W
t\\* } 1 Tsyk-. Hi*. tea*. New Or.....*. hacks : Clay Cusadi icy On'.J. S
iv&n coro 10 bhl floaw. |u seas --. If 0I6a. ..,.... J.Mfl I.... Sir. meal. ulYltTJ rOU.A" .oo ..__n... o. TIseadi.Ids.vsi5., ) A. M.l t. tU. Judtf. .; ..1

tier*, ban* 41 burn .pork. I .... nee C bhl.* 'lard Tu t1I ;, w! ",,"" III awsM. raise thou. win l lead .to the'" oVtwttos awl soavietlus. I I .t.1. ---Tor : '
l64.a. -
4 tibIa seal ml 1 bbJ sugar 14 {Mwlw... stswinoa it n. uuuost 1..w3", "' '''' '' ..tn.. FOR SALE. of say end at poat.s why tat the) ajno* sa.ao. t ) 01" 1D'en I' -.
Wa .tail th.... ttfd5aiS. no. .se.h' rol'R HORHE WAOf sail two owl.Tb ...- (lives sadie say UM. .> sad Seal a* Ist.u Iw'.1 rpllEH.lr.irikins av* raasitstt a tarf 'i -
-11. It 8W EluaU4h. WaMkoaw. from KwY .sSt. ,slii.hta, and. III .urdI 54f'"" :. I:cv : A Wagon U asoeh mass ..t. may bo. h.J ., III UW CMy tfTaalabaaa.s. Ifcia M4 U May, 'r" us .,f e .., o t" X >.M.Ta.>iMwifWi 25ee &Aetse..

**s aha feLts, ptw*. tIm. ..... it ia "pat dams II&a5th5'ia'1)1'--' Yu5" sat .bar,,iNI. The ..... are M ._1.. condiikM. A. U. IftM.tt.1. bv sssiMBaanX bmby orqae.asd .t-oV r soie al the law -MOM 9 Iff pr
PMtMgera. flou. 8.; U rflady.. ehiUron ocslaerraut ieeI AostS ......,. aN .Itit-, au (one oflheea' ante broke *alv loot fart) sunS. wait he U. HAIWAKD. 1..Jo.I. a 4 | whoa bo 14V .-h .sI.d ... I aM at ott-o A"lnG.. W. Hrrctua, ('tIerl.Nsyl3.1S14. M. *, |
*. Bepurt place uiMl* beokhy heim_ esaspe5S'1 .... the peamlama III lie pees III I.. ... McoassanAitmj i.e.Apgty lo k. a H \ ,,
LLAHRDJaao : HOlSI 4 .
.shsomk's. anI.
far 11.... 0leans. ,- those ake Vsrwaad the hmrga.s 1St III .. It -- ----- C. II.. (7) I Vagi.tfis.
t'X Nets HkMSju. Thojafjsoa. All lsOnmt-....****' T.tI.-. .Je >. 1 Ap tl. ;
.. da H .bW.La. ", to da sa IIANK AGENCY.
l with 144 IM ... 51 pstah dimed WATWUIOHM: mis. UT1CK Atr laIr, I shaM pramist pun 0.0

I K da aumU tarpooMM.Hebr fcr N.... 0."t.' 434 Broadway. New' Yjrk. Fire and Harlnt In.uf.nce. 'nilE: MtsUHK AVU VIES INM'RA.VCKllvNKOr N mv .--d Ham.' J, if. uf Probate.
WilJ ULearv. It.as'ie iCkjan,
Pi11.ua. 1. GEolililA l e.tab. "
dais, 13, t514. .. nMiMMllnarnc.Coaipaayh) I. ka.p.rraaa..tty fur JraWauai ', u Ezasisicli- th. cauil* olJuwph
1 thisouo )
__ tsar Mi'im: & i
:i >nuagttt* JlsbU* spirits uirpcuuiill t bol I Urn.iuw L ., .,...'-el an Ar"1': Slip C.ty. w..1.I Iike .... ,I ..i A|-) I* ittisi, "ny, sad now opi" hitnet Joyawr, J of "'..u..I) .l.orasad, sad M-:: ,
> tisfIIh. psekaarea Oftae. I iOt.-i'-.e T.......,. x .ao ..4n. aismaetbe.mcaa. '. 0".. duo-tIn, >. .Uiu. o, = r" Ir..I. .
1"a-l'oi.tW M.u. .. rt >* oa Ik* suit fae.i.eto lot Ji&hstg. r.Jii1. .
a"d > 4 I:
>" hettie, 1 It tNuvlie*:0"1.a.c.* I, :-. b. d..pat.:1s C a&.u... r "< t THU' i i'CHKINtltrut: .s.i.nnrlultrr "II|| 'IALtV: taut "waitl'l:; JoYM.ltJvK ; p.1 '. tHfLI .lJt'I

Ul w 1tKAtWU.NtL4M:: 0hptlt", t I. ., ... :.NtfTf.UIMI. 1'.01.r r. -I. t....." ". fl., : O ,]
t t:6l ,
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FARE TO anT THE TIMES. D.) 11. AMJ1S j SP11LNG & Sl'JilMlitt' [
S.STEAMSHIP S.\ 'i'iIc n 1 I. '" .n..1 .M) t tb.! sly inured t'oa' NEW SHIXGIE! MACHINE. ,

\ ) & \\ ,\ .\ f J._ ( 'p"'lH'r.b.'hol"nlc.pi. ,Ik* I We tab. f> -r' in "cul" 'nirlhr.t ijr.y.nalthrpnb: TVLLMIASSKE, FLORIDA I ,. lift'' It

I It. to Ih* a4T nimte.t T P r.r."..u., nnVnng I"rn HALL. Cr" 0 T I11
LINE. \\ niu! ItcfnllCRDII t MW MhrnfW ........* W* .... MHI the machiaw I CADSDEN Wholesale and Retail Dealer In "' ( 1))

S S :In* Milehm nwraund* and It k)Ihiaik.wy simple M I ic Ih,*ap(prrnbos parnroy '.ofnhlnajt *n*s Now cr.ARKE.receiving. ot the .cll. "rnWIIIII.nrl Dr A
) H ] euooflmsnt
Jft ......., .... 4ne. .ml work thueniuMy. h rIm *.dritaet I QULXCr, FLORIDA of

.. from ISIS) In t.MW "Mf.km per tuner', *fcrin m:8i\D71Q: : lIDg: : :
ih*.. amonihly' rVom kn le fanA.,..,. (O*) :1miJIJ:11DjJ:

CHRRTPCO: TIll MTBD STATES MAIl. CAr... '. f StmtifilMACHINE.' TO BE OPENED STIflE UTH OF MARCH it .uii.blo I for Spring' and Summer wear, comprising'
if following article* .
ArD: StYLI 0'
Till 11A11*
I :tW' Lr.: w :nf'JS: : 1354, InC rown and \ hit. Navy Drill Frock & Sick Coat,
t STATE OP nnouciA, -- .- -- ancy and W hit, Linen Drill do da Jo

iMT....-C*$. J. J. Oa."!,, Ja.KCYSTONH BAHXARD\ fc MAXWELLttT \ \ P.rfumfo", D"IIII'( Surgical Inlrnmenti, R" ided*d and and Plain Wbil.Gingham Frock and Bark Sack Colt Coal,

STATE Proprietor wtnld S nice., Snsff. W',ndow 01..., PatoIs. ,
Bl Ib and Cold
1HW TM.-Cnpi. R. Haaw will, he ple...H. t* P.. thus" friend 8TODDAHD PATEN TEK. THE''*'felly inform th.Public Oil,.. trniihea, Putty Manufactured Tobacco, do do Summer Drop d Eta Cloth S..k.Dd d. Frock. Coat.,
the eld .'11I.1 .f E. Bernard. J,.. TVILUAM d.
...I p.iron .1 lhilhiuTepair*" and Ola** Vt ar., P.tenl Medicine., Wbh. ind, '
Jf WITT E_'P..immfi wMimt $ M**> tijlir.->> .i.; .n of this M rur.. cnrner ..f Monroe and Citato. U U' if U U i fxl refitted Ih*Hou**foraa* Fine Soap. I,... Toth, Pur. W me' and Brindiei F Marseille Col Drill Pint Paola

'A Ilnter naiifttie> 100 irmV" on fha DVhwar*, Street*. ..hertlheT" .1II"p. tall .nd mmtil, a. SvhKnber. harm* parehaaM" U.. nic" .f .rt, known a* th* 0...- and Hair Bru.h., for M.ducinalp.rpo.ei, r.n.ancy:.fCaaifmer do ,

only I... natht tl era.SAIIIffO eOTtment sL *",,''n ppertinin I* their H.. nftmriitn TilE HtaU of (feonri* la the only M.M MINK LU I I luni Suit. auiaud on Punt Itruthe*, Fancy Article' ni*rlt Drop d.El do for Summer weir,

*. Md lohcll Ik. ptlronif .f that Monde now inrravd, for RIJTINO A N I) PIIAMNOiiiNOLF j-. th* Nor .He of'and Imi I Garden Pride' Fin Hit.na Sepr. Fancy. and White,*I Mireeille .. Jo

DATS "EVERY WEDNESDAY and lb. public, \RREL IIKAMNO,: > pee. I .-_ : .--'' mediatelyonpoeitfthpnhli \ II. han recently reeeited per brig Asa Sawyer Silk Ve.l Veil,
4'- Ughl Spring .
plow tCN POSt AI roLLeRS T:. D \RS AR D. fr. prd In **d th* RJfbt of the Comlie, Slaeliroe *qnar. and Court llou.e when .h* will ilwiy and Montauk.a L.rgt *.i fresh nffly of eterjTirietyof

KEYSTO STATE.Fm'n O. TROtPUXHELL. *. at prior eafBcieally low I* *..... R an ldc) I Ilk p,.....* ,in iccammodatlng tho** who rnitae* arliclnuilly kept by drugri,*!.. Plinter. -ALSO-
STATE OF GEORGIA Feh I. (T.1) US4 fur their tHi aid Sod at thin.. A neral..ortnenl
metl porrhafr proper to giVe him ptlronig Phyiieianiwill always : of Shirt.. con.,.. Clot.
'4'. Frnm 1'1I11" !Pmqn. fl'I"'$* Fr"m. .si. -"liew CO'Plrtunhfji----: Th Maohin* being. nrnpt. In it* -It'tio., and .* Tiki will:I b* farniihed with; the beet I" meal r..lI.llppl of ctery thing needed. ,.....tatlinb'C......., Ho.iery, Drawr-ra, Undershirt ant ,
....... I. "DUD
F..." II. ......."I5M.rc1 1 II.... ..." II Be* habb' to get out of oeder, h eapaM i4 *kit Market will afford" Meal lerted at any lime t I. most liberal, term 011.icr irticle too numeroo to mention
.. "1" I It I II U. J8. M. D'MnsOVha. .hlc bought the ruth and .hiTi..gTWOTHOtSn8IIlOLES I nil the Contenienc of Traveller \ .Order from ih. Country promply filled. aneillti.. A full iiiortment Cloth., Cneaimere.Yeatirgi
M I \I Irch $ ,, ,.h I. ,", of Thomaa II. IddfkM. I. lb. shorn .. hand It I I. ,
: : :. : 110CR, "bttlef than hy Ucllo* 'a..nt.ed..b regard. .both to price. and w icb Ih* ubierib.r I. prep.red lomanaf.ctur
Is ft; 13.Ajwa roaaern, Hi* lIr1Ie; hnMM** wRI be aarried nn at the and rn h* worked by hand, hore or Meant .power.- -TERMS- quality." Pby.icitjii1 preecnption carefully componrMod o "ler on the ihorte.l notice. In lb. so

I It !ItPrif.. I" 119. oMetandbjrJ" P Jordan sat J. R. M |tnU_ .n.der Ten Io fifteen day* work of I Machm will tusk.nosegh Board per month with Lodging, $13 00 b..1 ">", mot ipprored"ill'A"
J.MlbU All I.
0 U. April II 13Apr11 II. the nam.md.Mykt of JORI).IN 1>AII SO\ Hhinjrlrt to pay the pnot a..ked for a nngl on*. u without: Lodging; IS 00 & pplne"* Compound Fluid Extract of Buohi. good Clothing Call want or

)1. J It !It ":,1 J" H. her* they hi phsosd t. osn their (friend s.ip.t'.0. forge Inducement ar* otTrred. to .pmon waihtng 00 week . T 00 jaoj1., (V Order from to.
I' I I Mil' 10. of th old ortaMMimontJOIIV"" On of th. . country promptly ittemteJ't7
It .. 01 to purchaM. the Ittfht of eenl!conntie It dy, I SJ 10' A. B.
$ .. urID. 14 j II 34.J P JORDAN, Mutant' can be ana la operation. In tk City !single' Meil, . 60 GLAsso1Ls.wurrE LEAD 1C. SI, 1S54.
... I ..n.J'M\ ,. QuID; ', Dw 17, 1t53. 3 S. M DA\'W80Y. 1 P. STOVALL Fin mil BOXES Window. Glaaortd
t' .. .. 21. me*, I
.. !I'I II w.t" ..--- -- ---- -- -- --- Aiguela" March! 94th' (April 4th) 1854. LI.hLj m HENRY KR.\DLE:, 100 looker. "1li. L.adpnre, txtra&No. I, Bonnets fe Artificials.

Cabin l'slI."ll'e". . . '. 820 00 TOTlCE.-sit monihftrrd.tl.hallprentmy I : Kefer Io the following ,pvr.oin tie any IndirmationIn Fr.rrtelr. S barrel Lnieed. OilJIW ICtl Blood Lao
Stcerago pft1age: (reduced to) 7 00 .1. Anal. aceovnt and *oacbrn, I* th* Hun. I feli-renee to the Machine ,-Wm. M D'Antignac, M.rchSl: 1S3I If 8 .. UrdOil, R III'k Bonort., Polka Bonnet. J
; i of 1 Prab.t for Jeflrraon a. lit* Sh.rilTof ] opened 1 do
tbivgh Yorkhi ulg. cotnty, Kcranlnn, 8eymor & Co.. tIckLer A: lollininiworth 10 Keg Zinc Palm, MIOM .
I't"'g tka 7S'k t"P.swnI' 'an(%:: Train ':$1 60, s.dk Mrd rninly. stud Adminiitralnr. *i oflkto, d;. 8.mpmn. A Gardner, M' P Ptorall' ReeD k Slo" ..ll, Fresh Groceries. SO package Fur.roofPaicl1:(bbl.. ind Ibbl..) Rotund Bloomer Fliu T ,m'd
.bosh non of Ih. U,.,. .f Samnal P. Yenm.n. L. llopkiru, and E. I). KobrrtaoaInsolrent : ,
M 00. barreLf RectifiedVh.leDilA
$2 S
the) FIr- aT"I. ....... lit* .f* WE Vapid
S Oil 1 bbl Virnnh.
All" "P.'UDIIL"''' IIIItRO from end Administration. And theM atone notify Estate Notice. Steamer UNITED STATES, I l.rC.lot of Hair Zigiage,
:'( MARTIN.Ic. all "perwina, legitre and. d,rtr .bale' *. ef ..id 8*>nvl Cletr Bacon Side, h.pirita Turpentine in barrel.and at retail A I Box Superior" Green Leate,
.. ITI N.... w..RR.I ... .nd heir. oftild STATE OF FLORIDA. 1 Court of Probl*. Rlbd general aortment of Color*, Uruthe, and other I" Frncbito.e.
..1 l P Yomn. title tpreenttbelr .
Anwvs! .'P8....... :C. A. L. LtMAR.)1uhIl,1tS4. el.I'1II. ethrwi thi action will h* I'lu.ID I.bar Cntt* .f Utidr McDONALD I Al Adnmi.tralor ChombernIV'Ih.LIAht : of RutarCurtd Htm, P.inter mtlenal <* D. H.AMES. I" .t ..mJT aMorted, Ac &e.
) ftp thereof. : Plain, January 3. 1554.WINES.. t A DKMIAM
1''Y the .*..t. .1 Daniel I McDonald Ul. ofmd March It ':54lipiing
Dc.mbnlt,1S33.. 1 :; DWELT LINGO ;*o. I flhould'fI.Ie. ,
dneeaMd Ihia d. filed.
County hating a STEUFS &c.
.. Pork
MAIL LINT that h* b.her.. Hid **"UI. to be inioleenl I
UNITED) STATES I TAX ASbKSSORS: LAST NOTICE. Pnm O Olard. Brandy. Fr..b"D.t.. Summer GoodsnE .

wh* )bar* not glt.n In their Ttit* It I*ordered and idjudged that alt per.on. whom Choic Sugar Old Port, Claret T Cubaoriber ar. reoeltmg their uraal aatort I
I (SBMlWEKkLYJ) sit At liP: th:mMlM or .g.nI fur other., will i oeter boiling! claim or deni.nd .r whatoerrriot. Bouth' Cirulina Rice, M.del", Old Po&,1.ice, ment of Goodt, adapted. the aeaeun,OODUU.>

pleM attend I I. ih* ...,. Immed .tely, a* this' Tax .,. agaiail laid, *.l.t. do appeal. and Cl. Ih* V ettern Corn Sherry. Sp.lIhn$ CId.r. lag of
NEW YORK AND SAVANNAH. Itook will be cloaed. on thin llr.l day of Juoe, All lame.du.o.hen.ic.t.d.ln: she oflic of the Judge Oil. London Portep. Scotch Ar.... Dry Good,

TIM !not nndertd by" that lime will .b* J.d'? !. Mz.I of Prob.i for laid County on or befor, the thth BeefTongu**, Brandy Pr.cbri. Br.ndy Cbetri.. Fancy :

,. OX: and after March 18lhlh new sad plendul ." day of July mil n.uing, In atoordine with. tb.8ta'.I. 1.emon*, Ac H..pb.nJ Syrup" Sardine.. SilkLadio'e
b found ih Store Bir May 15, 18:1.: 0 1IODGKIS3 i SCOTT.S2F Slrowlle"l Freak 1.0".10I..mob" and !Shene'n Shoe "
.ld..h..l..blptl; I can at Drue of Me.* in auch c*** mad ind provided .. Gaiter. ,.

FLORIDA 1300 loiw-Capt. M 8. WoonnoLl.ALAIIAMA ntrd dc Maiwell I corner of Clinton and Monro E. C, LOVES) Judge of Probate. R. NK'\VroRK.-Th. !birk R. II. us ci 5b.d.Gine' Jlala&C.p.,
btre.... I. C. DCMILLY Tt. Aor. Jan.33h874. 6m S"lmo'V ,
O'MDI.E.llo.m.. and J. O. ..
Brig "
)3O0tnns..C4.0.lLCHftNft. n. Appi. Cl.... Grooeri
My t. \86. 41 ,
: Delano will Mil for the .
AtGL'STA, ISOOloM-CapLT Lo,",. MITIOE. U.s.a Jelly5 PrennrvedCrmot Quine Crockery,
hove with
punt de.p.lch freight or U
KSOX\'ILI.E.I OO -C.iH.C. D. J. D'.oW. Groceries. will mak Ca b AJfine on So. Iltnd I .pplyla BEARD & DEN r''C' do. Puchtl, Hardware,
WE Gelatin. 'r.m.rlnd. Wood. ,.
'wai ..'.Hr York a..d "iivmiiinli.'erjrWEDNESDAY T? by ftch'r A.rella from Xew Orlean. eon gnd Io Meer J.me. UadwlenA. u fct. M.ik." M., 9, 1854 Sparkling Flavoring Eutract.,, Splci, L Tlnwire. ,

AND SATURDAY. IV Fftf, focus, CofT.*. Curn. Puok. and Co of Chirl.."*ton, to Ihua of our frionde wbo Ynaai Powder. Fichlau V ,
..,.10 to thai m.tknt. Thirty dirifrom date Ih* undenign- BUTLER DEX APr.
|h. larirret nn th) *-.t.an* \\h.krr BUTLFR A: ULMIAM. try NOTICE ; Con Starch: S.I.d Oil March II 1854
The** hlp* art among< March 14 '34 J. OEO ASDERSO:( & COOctober Guardian. by JVtture, ofinfant i children ,
...Jft-mllkinc. theirpoMe Oliven
la ipeed lafriy or C'P'''
aurpanl '
18,1813 4m inlereiled in certain real eital aitnitad' In Ih* "
In 50 la 80 hour, and arc otmiminded by -h.1I of Monroe I d. Worcenter.lijrn Sane. Coco.. Attention Farmers I
wilt Io of th
b month .fter due I county pply Judge *
ikilliul. careful and polit ofllorr" Tbcjr uflir a murtViraU 1 NOTICE.-SI. and, ,vouch.. to lh* I lion.prc. NOTICE.=Su monthafter d.t I ehll pr..*nl I Pn.bat* Court of .aid County, for I.... to nil\ part Engli.h !Mu.t.rJ, D. H. AMES. AttAChED to my"Livery Sublet,"it a Black
New York 3 1854.
aonteyanc lo Sniff of Pnbat fuji the coonty of J..oijt. .JminMrator and voucher Io the lion. Judg, of*quar* No IS In Ih* city of Ky V'**l, on such January in which all kind. of work

Cabin passage,. .. .$35. dbuni* non, 011k.( p.tatn of II. M. Hal afl'rubatnof lUmikon county, for a Anal aeltlment *.. term and for euch pereon '* may b* on'er.d anddcrd metallic Burial Case pertaining lo thai !bn.in... i I. don, In good nigh ap,
U. 1 lain of nstui 1 I countyH.rtt.rJ: ml a.k for a 6ual I I.nttl.mnnt and ducharg. a. ninintralor. of ih* e.tiliof I by laid JuJie. DAMLI. BELL, ..:- .t.hort notice, aiM on a* reaaonabl term H
a* any
. -
0 Steerage paftsage. l 1.n.unarj Deelai of sail count "..ee..eI.J.n. I154.SOda.: .nilrraign.d keep hand tari. other
and diicbarpe from aid lminittrlion. May 32, Guardian rpHE : conatanlly on hop In the eiJ,. Firming
PAUELFORO, FAY & (0., March 14, 111$.. JOHN W. hALE 31. 1554. JOHN. : !!SASSER .4dm'r. X ou. iitei of the Patent: Metallic Burial Caae,* lUchnTurn Plow.,Scootfra, RodnCI.c.'implement..Heel,
A..nt.l.. Kitannih.8AMU (TICK.-AH ._ ha.lngdcmanul. iffumrtIII L mentioned in the iccompipymg certificate Pin.. Ac
kept .
Adminl.tr*'or J. bosh non. .-Su monlb..n.d.t.I.r..1I I l N : ready made and con.tanlly on hand
L. MITCH Ell, NOTICE ,. preieni. estate of George Bowen late of Gada- J A. EDMONDSON.'uYuouseioue 'f hit will afford Firmer in
.. nd .ou.h"" lion Juilg* to
,tl 13 Broadway Now York.fetannah -H.-die I Hedgei=Live F.ncel--: of Probate., f_ AVton* county a late Shllilf.nd den County, deceased ar* hereby notified to preecnt Ihemtelre. without, being delayed upply

t:,, March! II, 18S4IT a Frtm ,A. Math' .. *r (H.,. Or..f*. Adminl.tr.tor II olFicio' of Ih* edit of of John NPr heir prescribed claim. by properly la!*. or Ihia authenticated notice will b within* pIned.the In time bar Md.... Fun tun RITHOKOGIKTLIIIH ApnlSih: Feb.! 7,1834: ._8m. P.B. BROKAW.In .
deceased. lute of aid and a.kfor
( ., __ WODtn MI\\ attention to a FRIll: SUPPLY ridg. county, of their I and those Indebted laid Dimel F.
I from Mid, adminul'alion reootery ( ealnto :-Wn witoeo.ed the utility of your. Martin the Cure all Court for Mid'
a diwhirg
t P. Til k UUST."ITTOULD OF OSUt.K' OIUNQK 8KH, jaM reodredfrom I Der.n-.beriO.hS3 D.'!MELT\ LINGO are requested Io make immediate. payment to the on- ornamental "Pttenl Metallic Burial C...,.' med Io tChirlet won County Middl Circuit
.. .- -- .. Mr. II. W Prnim, a well known dialer In derigne l THOMAS McJUNKINS, eon"J the.main.of th* late lion.JohnC.OlhounIo Rnitcll.Th of Florid.* Tern
A Repeetfullyetlth. attention oftheirVV tin* article., which, h* Mure* n. w.. fathered. under May 2, 185... a 8. Adjn'r the Conffreionnl Cemetery,which lmpred o* ) 1854 Spring

CniloMr$ and "fI.UIt.O lb.p hi i. own direction the put year and may thrrer.re b* DAVID C. WILSON with lb. btlief that Ill. the bent irticle known Io u.i ifur Alttcomeot.
relied upon a* freah and genuine.. 80 much of the Nails. ran.porting th. dead to their final 'Ilng-plne.. Amount .
*ed of oomincre proting wurtlitv make a valuable WAKES plianorn in calling Ih* ttentiou of his With, .tubecrib .worn I I173/-
AND EXTENSIVE I : retpcot w* ourorlve.Yor.. &c. lIC-I09.
TASTEFUL JL and the KEGS Cut NiiU.\ lately reeeited. by ,
article talaibl
truly ? cuilomer pubticboth.ehoiceanii *i> 2 O II. City D.U. Atchiwn, Jeff Davis, JefrnJant tnd
Every year' eiperknc with tli,. O.g Oranfr i nnnivn aimrtment of HODOKIbS & 8COTT. all other pron inleretted,
Lewi Cilia A C Greene 'V. R will
AIIOITMP1T::" orS February, 28 18S4. King notice of Ih.
... commncm of
only to pram* Iii tiwt .uperiority! over any hedgepUul SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, __ D. s. Dickinion Din \\ebpter Henry Dodge, by .ttaohmenl, and ir* this oak
hereby .
,urged ever ogainat yet other dwootered. hedge" do The not objection. apply to commonly tl,.. II wh eh h* ha*ju.l received by all Ih* recent arrival. G. D. METCALF & CO. L.Decembers.M. Milan 1833 J. M, Burden, W. P. Minjuin. and plead to the declaration in tb required* nsW cauae.to appear

: 1) 1IN\ G S SlillHER& ] grow* rapidly and on the dryeet run.U-dor* notpread ind i* now opening. for inspection, In Ihe di.pmal. O. M LEE .

rromh..root-.bear.dronlbl.nelll..li". ", and .hrreo(, h. |I.I.Jael hinuelf not lobnnderiold upon COmmISSION HERCHANTS, --C pper. Tin, and SheetIronMANUFACTORY. M WHIT SMITH,
I In itO":* yean from netting' make a fene* impeuetra. th* **k* term, by soy hon>. In thi city. Attorney for Plaintiff

,\, (17)Q) bin to man, beaet or fcwl. A decrl|.tit* pamphlet:: Among the abov, mty be found a ery rare and 311'ojdras Strrct, ? MaJuonC. H, Fla., March S2d (:8)A.) D.. 1854.

g containing full direction Cur planting ed,tiling and choice lection of NEW ORLEANS. .
in pirl of rearing hedge, Ac, given to purel"' ...... LADIES FINE DRESS GOODS Refer to Mom.- Subicrber' Inform the eitiien i of Tatla- Mutual Insurance Company
Which they sri now poning-000lotIM 1) II. AMhd SIooion,, A THE: OF GEORGIA..
Apot.Tallnlianee 1
l'd .. & rock Coal coniutlng in part of I **, .. ind Ih* lurrounding countrythat
Col they
(J.nl.1 IIrk & AI.p..lhc. March) 7. 185: I. n mWUll.Ullltlro %\n. H Potion, I IJ.i
Brocade fl,1.Tt.h..u.ludL'ud'J"
are now Io
II .O I.a.u.I Ih. prepared furnith eu.tomer. with all
4. .Cihme.ertio, 4.,.i UU ---- Works. 4.4 Ulick bilks Figured, T. A ac.", >TalIihiic. kind of war, wb.ole.al mad retail, in heir lin* *f AlRCBY 'IIiLL, PBEalDEIfT & TlCA
!. Drip D'Eta .. ...... .. Fancy Silk, Rhn.*-W bit I Frenih T I.mi BITTON, I .bu.u.net.. J. U. PAKtOtl.SKCBETAIT,

00 M.rmo .. 0. 0U NEW PORT, FLORIDA. Crt|>* d* Pan, W.rhd. HON THOI BILTXIIL, J 1heSub.crir.er.eill 1 the attention of ih* public Pcor. C. F..McCAT, ACTCABT.

0. 1 r.l.colI, MUbli.nia.nl t< now la full opontion. I Bertge. new ..d .plen Dr..... Delaine, PIKTIL LIDO Nwrort Io their a ortmnt of Parlor, Cooking: and \V ood
.. TillS did Myle. Figured Challi, J. C....", SAITII. Monticello Slo... of ih. ihor
orderi ,
0 Drip D Ft* will b. attended to with promptn., l.lr.litylei all tr oni.d incomplet* THE Company t.kc InlanJ.Mann
.0 Ctauded '" ....\\11.* .. .nd ill work" done with neilnei an.1 I d*paleh Solid. Cold.. Tan,Thrown Chollny Rrag, M....*. Butt & Potion, Ilainbridge, Ga.G order, al the lowed market price. Pie**. call and. rl.h,and risk o. negro tb.

.0 Willie Cloth Frwk On..., All kind. of work,iueh .. tleim work, mill, work, .. Hleele, k.J: Printed l.awn., D. MiTcur ) enmine bef>r* purchatingel',e.hrre. A so, lInt mo.t Iib..I'.r.. I .100 oSects LIfe pioperty A..urlDre.itb., on
U Chimbtiy Sack & >'rock," gin.fearing. lugtr mill. circular saw machinery, Pink, Blue. TIMUC of d.fli'rent' ilfle.Vhii. .. II B. broni J tannin and Japanned Wan Laid Pip, hett Zinc, out tb* additional half per ct,
No\ember aicharged by northern
.. \ .. Borage. Mu.lin. of all kind, die U, 1933 ly Sheet Lead.HoUM. R,
a Kmnlin hafting, pullet htngci*. plough ruling, brsa. work, Fancy Head.*, for compniforlitlngin Flond The uin
Fancy Owaham U carting, A*. io: AM| iugr kcitleaof any nun ALSO, a full iMortmenl of -iT1VA: INSt'RANCI gutter, Uuttenng Pipe*-Shop work of.tcry deter moil flourithing condition which will company/
: UrowaS ha* and, Color.d Una Sack *!nd "kept con.ttutly on hand All work don. in inch Lace and Lmhroiderie, Hal and Cap, COMPANYTIDE 'pi ion don. with nxlne and ditpatchWHITE by application. Ih* explained

Frock Costs, an rtbli.hment will b* don by u., with a particular Honnel., in J Trimming., Boot and "hoe.; undiruined, i/cnl for lhabot"company, 4 SLUSSER. n.kt HOPKINS agentswhoanepneparej AMEGJNMSS
.0 Wbl. and Duff MarsItes,!) V oil, rtiprd! lo thin itnugth and durability, of Ik* workConipeUul r.r.. I..d Fan., \ood soul \V illow U'are, i prepared to Ukiyi.k.igam.t Ion by Sri on October 4. 18:13: [Flondian copy If. April 30. IgSQ Agent
.. .. and l t....., Cold Wallinf workman ilwiyi rcadmeai lo put Glotee.I//..e, Ac., Hirdwir/ and Cutlery, Ituil,ling. nod their Content.. Grave n
.. Brown Lines up Kngine. Li. ft.. Udica. Gulere, Hollow Yin r. and Iron, J.,. 10, '51. B C LEWIS. MONROE Stone, Moiiuuieiili, &ij

U lIl'k Vr.p D'EI. raft"' Tern will, 'b* liberal sod all wnrk dun ilriclly Tie, and Bu.kina Ac. Orocene, Ac, &0., Ac -'1IKTTO.NV1UTAHLK HOUSE John Hitter, marble manufacturer I

I.. U It 1J."iqa. for c..hor accepted order on torn butin*** firm in Genii. Dreu Uoodi' 0..,.,. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA HEW.BAVBT ,
e *> M.rmo .. ibm i: place, Tallahaiae or Quincy And all other article required .hy the country or i. Ftncy *.i Slip Dry G.tJt_Cl.rtif CT.

,- Quoc.'. Cloth .> Liberal, :: price paid for old Iron, Cpprnd Brut town reiidenl In fine, our .lock eon.i.l. nih,, inIh Ortctru,llarJvmrt,Qaeeaieare, H.J..",4/< TillS well.known hold pONSTANTLYoahndnd\J> Stone and Monument IuonderGrar.

V bit. and Fancy 1.1,... Drill r.nll. 'AU letter. ...u.. baddrited. (pool paid) loM eubrtantial rulotiel. Ihtn in pull and. outward Monroe.Street-Ofptnlt Suttmtl OJKet ..nlf p.Md from lb. bIn of tiriout pitlrn.T

Ill.. and t.renek, ColloMd. 11 PON1I A CO. W T BETTON. F. VIIITAXER f fl hand, ., Mr E. P. Moore pa t.riou.kind.lopChimney.f.....bl.Piece*, Mtutltt and H.inht.of
S aIi1rrls54. into tho ofth. efike but
: Oct 5. 1871.: qualify
D. C
bhirr WILSON nndertign.
Uueom ,
New Port, Fl., J... S4,1854Admlnlstrator'i 1 ed the D. C. \\ILSO\iiadulyippoinlcdAgentforth I
'''ri.o tlid.r.lilrll. | new proprietor gite.notic. Lu : *
Brown and Ble.ch.J. 3..n Drawer, Shanghais, and Improved Stock. Manufactured Tobacco. i-a. to th. public ih.t h. abet Hanieandwillrcitord ....bion..bl.Ilk\ Silk. ""., (Ut..t .ttle...) ,u prepared. tu entertain off hi *turn,rated rttcl.i it coil and. chirgee For
C...' Notice. rrld gneJ offer for "ale, all Ih* ttlued JUST RECEIVING further nock' of SOO ,. .. = .n':1II1: arid ipecimeD.of workae*Tahlaha.e.e
I > x Drib Heater 'IX month voristi..ofshi dome.tie fowl, coninl- J buie oo'I: :: permanent C.on.t".lId
Q after dale' Ih. iidrignd Administrator tt.orted Minufaclured low '
*> I Urab llru.h ind r.I".,., cuetomere with Ih* I beat Ih. rairket ..rd., and l.orferlp.tlern.i p o.n.also stbe
U Dl k 'ur.
I alrmwnibl AC.n.
I in .
of th
IJ of the lag pan followinghile, Red, liuO than II b boo
e.t.te of John 1 U. bh.bnnlatn of r price cm I/o' I in any of ih* larger time Tallahaa.en
Colored. \Vos1 ..4. t i a coal a, the will admit M"IO.I148. .
Ul k and. Fancy urKoMulh ( Th* If
Boy. lellow Chitta- .
Black Dominique
I.If. Count, d.crs.eJ. will pre.enl bit Dual Shanghai. market North. Trader will do well\ to *imin hoi .. i* well.upplied with icrtanti,and ..
'' Hal. .ccoai I to the lion.JuJg of Probal for aid County gong or Grey Hh.nghti, M bit*,Uotal, and Ctnton, .ample befor ordering their Spronallocb. Will .ni.ncs .... comfortable etery roe
I Infanti' Pearl Fancy list.I' Sail atk for diacbarg from ..i.. Adininidra Cochin China. Block Spani.h and Itlack Phaanl, forwird .ample. with, price .inched to any Josh will to make and th* pro MILES NASH, & CO. i
pnelor ipir n* patna to pica** those who
tHick and \\ hit. Bantam,Poland.,Dorking*. list.I. may
tion ANDREW J. LEA, A credit to lit of April will, .h* gitcn 0 favor him with Dealers in
their Two
J... 3 W4 8.. AJmiai.tr.lor ., Grey, C hittipr.it., English, Inth Scotch, r>u- where any quantity la required. D. LAUD. palronig aie.llent Lit- Drug., Medicinn, &c. .
FAMGY GOODS. -- -- metro, and lain (ti.me:AcAleo.I Suffolk Pig, Im- Newport January 31, IU4. cry table*adjoin tun Hotel l8ic C A. Y AN. 0 WOULD Inform their friend. and lilt pub-
Tdliha.***, J.nn.ry 10, If the
Oil. J. Ckafee, Mitchell W In th. Circuit Court pro Slieep" A. is band a geod anionmciii .
St Amindind IbomiitlCroft fur Msiiiaoo' County A* tpecimen ellIot quality,of my fowl and..tockI NEW FIRM.NEW GOODS. or ouch .nicl.. .. u. rn.r.II,1I1.pt, 'h.ir
ofallquiltU' *, partner. Merchant, Middle Circuit, am permuted ..refer lo Ik. lola I have furoiahed; Gror rictI Groceries GroCeries lin. DI bu.ln.. and mull be necnuviog regelarly

RIBBONS: Cap, Ulaek, \\'hit. slut Colored 8itm Ac., trading, ,in Ib. aim ft of, Florida-Spring! Col Iticbard I Hirnion All letter! post paid will bupvunuptly Now On Hand, tindenlnned. hat.juat rceited by Ih. hat"* fn.ah a.pplies. Them lenmo ahallb. r.a.oaable I.S.

Itutwos, .Iyl. of tk.f., SI Anund } lorm, 1854.: attended lo D.V1V D A. JAKSON.Uctubeg ( A MOST beautiful and pined mitortmint of THE, from New Orleana and New l\oik a Taflohsa.eeJnlj SlhIsSl.'
lilack Whitt, and Colored Tatta" Ribbona.and & Croft Aittuhui.nlAmount : U, 11:13.: l'.u.oa. Ma.uchutellt. GOODS which will b .
.. \'elfviHDIES' .. old for CASH and..1 fre.b eupply of FAMILY GROCERIES,cenn.ting
t.Charl .. for the / .4.d.. KNIGHT
.or.\o ** of the country at a naiaD\ id in part ofBacon- ,
*. Rwll. ,1121 !I-IOO. I It ting!been eutenoivrlynupphunnl' by Mr Jackton tine on tS* origtuil cO.I. at tb. Kid., South Carolina Him. VVholeuU' Xetill Croccr k PrtThlOB Vttltr.TALtABAMEl
Tb dl."dnt and all olhir I lake pl.iaur I in recommending, him lo th. planleri I -
perno inlexrt.d : : CocA aJ Leaf Lard io It.,., Brown and Loaf Sugar.M
DRESS GOODS.Co.iotin.l. Exchange Kooau ,
will "lak. nolle. o.b. ,_m.ne.m.n. of thi suit of Florida a. a Iris lots breeder' of Fancy ofIIODGKISS 'nukey. Potato*, rtOlfDA.
In .f .. by liaehnnt, ind ir* hrby' required I owl* and Improved Flock PMie orJenng from hindand
part to appear Flour barrel and half barrala. KEEPScon.tanllyon offer fertile *
Plain .... "'..nt..1 Etnbiuidrr.JI Ijiwn., ind. pluad. 10 the declaration in th.' aaid can.. him, will find nim an honorable and liberal, dealer ThM article are eff.r.d very low fer C..\ and :: !:: ." .. all tbs stand.

I BUck and tnd Mourning' .> O. M LEE and they mat rely upon :being aerted with lb. beet' IICCEISOK TO CM only BUTLER & DE. HAM. aol article in tkia. hn.. Floirof approtJ. qaalUM

Plain Printed and. En."", '. Organdiei, M WHIT SMITH election, effowh. and etock I* b* hid in Ik* I mrdHtatee Gao W. Scott & Co. Jan 3, 1574. -Sugar*, Colfe...T.**. Bacon Ham. Pork. Soip

Wick M hit" and Cold Jaconet, Attorney. for Plaintiff. R HMIRISON/ \\ E will make Candle. Lardand all aimilar

lllack,," Mourning and Cold' U.""*, -Madi...'V. It., Fl. March 83d, (118)) A. I> ':54 .Sandy Ford, Jan. 3, 1554. __ If with u. ue fttflul ever ind, *.iilion..,t. mwieal I.. render, for Jetler Lug, DAEUERREAN SKY-LIGHT Fruil, Intk PoUtoei.Omont nrticle.Iogntb.r, Nun RaiiaFig with*.

JUck Plain and Colored Printed. and' ll.ra.ny Lmbra 1 laiuca, t.ao i',Iron -Works'TALt.Axonnu Bookil Books IIJl mow Crei/i/, in gootle of Ih. boat qualili, mica an.I OVER BARNARD'S DRiO GALLERY, lIar Almond eiltbriibmealtStor ,iid all other. article "*uillyfandin *.IB>- I
approtd tjile STORE.
at Ih
lllaik Snd. Mourning and. Colored O.ngnim. IT reeeited large aad well ..I.cl. ;, F L O seztdoocaboyuGeo.fl.Mnguanl.. Mon
11 D ArpllISL.tabli.hmenli
., .n qisIli.n, ,including the Standard Works THE retpeetfulle saaotsc.le that. ro* itreet
Edgusgssi4lsamiinp| .(all description, i now In full: npcaiti.- lately publuked i Eagli.h. .l.r ,l.reek and French OUR attortmenl will continuity b* enlarged neil gentlemen *f TiUthaaa and ticinity i Play I '49.
Col d Partial aid Paraaoletl JAll I order* will, h* itKudedI with promptnea*L Llementint. and. Tlauical, 8cb... Book. and inricked ky fre.k cuppbei, aid will\ *.,brac that their. Cialwry U ope* daily for th. reception ol .

DUck ..d Snd. Mouruwg Pataaul and Ptri- and all work don. with nealneet hIghly' lllu.tnt.d Aonuil., Jtrcail and To, the .entire Candy I .,...... demanded. in thi mark.' itnilorn. Sunday eicepled Miniature. taken of all
...1..... All kind ./ work, auek in Steam .t\t\ Mill Bouk*. -i* any .b. .... ky a perui.l of lb* following site and style* of Ih. an Ladle and gnllemnar __ Administrator's Notice.

010... of all deicripliani. M'ork.Oin UMnug Sugar M.II. Cinrnlir.Saw. Mi- I.mil* and Potkei Bible., Hymn and. Priyej GENERAL SCHEDULE : intiud ..nil and .... .. lhnirop.ctaunoe. month after date, the undersigned Admlaiatraloeoithte -

Spnrg Ctpet, Culuw and N iiittei, chunnrShaPu.pi'll.y., Hanger.. Plough c.... Booka. Embroiden, L.ce.,RIbbon., sail Trimming. N. B. Uelruction. I''ulll the an.osul all kind ..t. of \Vm. Q l'ow.lI. late ol

Linen Ciwbn. .. llamlkercUi.f.. Ing A U work, lira.doa.* Catlii i 'inch*,ci.., Ittlbm : on bind; A choice selection of I.,ighl' Ulentur Blank L Ladi**' in. Pre..Good., Itncy Mantlea, Sbawl, of Dagutrrean malciial* for ..I.. Jeffunon County deceased, will prvteat bill final Ie-

t I. in an will b.dun.I llook of.tery variety ; Stationery,Cutlery r wIng aad CI,.II., Fathionibl Bonnet" *, Glote. Mill Kl'HNS it BAILEY count to Ih. Uon Judge of Probate for Mid CouBty.
duribilily y u* with of.I h.ptrticyl.r work! regard 10 the ttrength and I and Tie.ua Paper. Paint and. a variety etriney and lloaiert, heavy and aubelanliil Dry Good*i. February 14, 185-1 ly "'< and aik for I duoturg from Mid Admnnrtraton! .

SADDLERY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.) Article. llliuktit, Clothing. Boot* and Hhoe, Hal aad UExecutor's D. P. F. NKWSOM,
Comixt.nt, orkme* alway I. ,..di....
tlIli": A I* putup I A 1.1'of well eleeted Oil Pa ntjng.. An. Capn, Bagging and Rap. Paddlery, Hardware, Notice. J J* April.,1&.54. nom Adnunutntor.
Including Led."S.Jdlu., VeUel ..uI. Flush !:!e.... No.*mber2 t473.JOIIN:\ McDOIXULI.Frrah and Cutlery, Una. N.il. and.
Term will b liberal. aad llollow.wsr.Croc,I. .onth. after\ "d..ho .*derignJEtoenton
all work" don. ..,;,.tl Six
4 1 C..,.' Pitenl Leather Lulaw Raddle" ., for .uhl", ceepld .rder .. -em. bent...... Cnn,: ( ir den -d.. cry, Fancy llot. and 1'.1.,.. Powder. &ht. and lh. l loot. will and testament of Matilda Moor, Post fc Del

( ii 50 It lOpusiokus .. I. .. Liberil pr oe. pull for old Iron lured, Flour Beef Uieon Duller, C....... and all late of Lon County ...cn....., ...wshnil. their account
S T..__ Cop. kind, .f Or, .d MERCHANTS
pe. **.. lira*.. eaOTH or 1933. ene iPreemeie. and .toucher before tk.. HotJWudg. of Pro ,

",i Ra.Pil.nl* Leather" kpam.h.ind. tJ'ht.d| Chamiu..T.."..$..., All "'*.'. want I* ijdrewed (poet paD) to R I'TA Saga, Flat Tump, C..ifil.. Beela. Ac., ----- bate for Mid County,and apply nab aaeltl.menl anducharg ;. 31 Ppydra. St.,Nw.Or!**!*.

la H t. looped.Bndle.MirtmgalRidn rst. J, M SHINE & CO. Tillib.tM*. Ha' Jet receited : AMES.: p. B. 'sLIVERY from the A4miau.trati.lof.aid eetit*. hat* formed. a eo-pirtnrihip under Ike
March15. 1116. January J, 1834 P. II. WE
it ".' Into *f POST A M .. for Ik .1 t
''g C.roLug..btp* --- -- AND SALE K J ".eeu t 0, purpet.
&.. A STABLES doing t Gn.rl Ficttng* aad. Commia.ioa. Dana-
V UMCrpeilage, "Wttch. Clock Repairing Cotton and TobaccO--; J..U.IU4. ....
fee. TilE Proprietor would inform. hit n**.. R. B. POST.CHARLES .
truE undrnifcnrd gives Liberal adtaae Blade on .hipmenl. the a. and the public ifcilhe MEL
aotw.1 ,
AND .hoe* ."rel.., bf HODGhltM. baa rebuilt In Leon ClrcoltTCourt-SUtlDj In
,: Wthni'bhoen.oTlliiiiiu.iiaii lirge Bnck Staoka/ ,at -Jt ./. r. -_
I urroundmi country that .kt. N....,...1'". I'43 lb. old. tland. and. it new prepared 1 lu Chancery II. L. R.v.on.E.q.

.. and Fork, Pn and Puekrl K.".., Ing! perman..nilyettU4 iathwcily. .k. .kuopened IVambClmkand ------ .ec..edu.lli.. friend" and. cull_ o WTCalI J. G. A....*..:. -
l ,aTru. Cbaiaa. Trunk, !WI. dooi audChueU \ = Jawelrf. repairing ..&aM" ''''ba>.al. UNION BANK LIABILITIES. .r*. J. W. A..,,, ,

r P......... n..... .,.... e "..... .uUt. tiIe.-, whir all\ kind of work hilonging to that Ii.. of FOKS.Ieby; HOPKINS 4 IEGIS\lSS.: H* a a* ha.attached, t. .hi.St.....*..good Slat k. Culi.lacr-%* Defendant. } T..*. J. PIIIIII, bTahlubaosen.
I I AVI.I., PIii. BUckPUilk' Bll ws b......*will. .be perfctfined with d........ and.. good ,to. l U3. .auihSkop. where 'k* will .have don all kind. *f D. C. Vtiieu,

t. and Hamuwra.Antilaic<*.Httckiaml IWKcrewpUie. term* >or. Ik. prevent, hi* bop I i. '* tk* Itond. .* Plantation. workHer*,.booingtad Carnage work, J. M. W.liuui.Col .
I ., Cut.n.ila. totes,., A.... T.rpeulme 1:......,. huiMmg" psi: ,._ indieatod kt i. Seed Oil. ,. tk* very bit manner and. with. promptness and. IT .':tMli..te Ik. C* irt. from lb. iffidatHi! Sled R H. di.iLt .

Broad a4 t.ti: Loon 40 &.., JIT" P nw *hit ing CUrtis needing reoair, which OAf\ BUSHEL hi.s.j Seed Oat* it diuateh. .I In Ma*. Iha Cottn Macrae, on* 01 l lIh 'uiiiwco. GI.IOH A Haiti, Q.I..,.
deft The Bill
da Sad denim* to hive reuuted UU Ne.eubtr It, IS&3. W ci Complaint,u a reujeat f
tary will .b* wailed e HODQhlOo A bCOTT. bfiNuree' A Os.,",
.. .1 Iheii .koaiM, .hy na4tilng m* in pr..>a orb J.ai.ry S, 1504.Valuable. Scotland., U the Kingdom. .1 Great Britain : It laordered Jo.u Do.nua. I J 1I ..wpoI.D. .
1'' OROGRIES.SUO ... .... I .,that Ih* said Cwbn Macrae .. ..
a. AH w.rk wamuled J. 8110 t1jLD.; EIt4'.n' V.11cc. or *.,*Ik* **.au A Pat.iMoleUo.BaiAD .
fehraary 14, .li,4, t.. Lands for Silt.A auemkn ai date, the Seat Mtnfay in 8ep4. i.r, A. Dn eigkUea buodred ..a... St Mark.
Art, T..J Cttfor. her, IW.I r"I.0....8. SIX undenigned Exeul ire and SAJt-fovr, appear u end anwi lh* amid bill oi
I 01" Witlelle. kukJ : AND .\ .. NY lk* I...... klo"' ,'16i I.th. .."ai of ii ftk. ealat of this Fill I )aw, dteeued, Isle f ike Notwnbr. $3. ISM
.... R, Mhukey. IOES \ -Jorf ie* led hy IkaTark.. I n tMupMnt in uiU Court, or it will k* taken ..
Cm. Ruin Wiw. Bb.rry .,.,1 1 M.drift. T>ba.ra. I I "Ch.rI.41n, W ,niui." ID auorlmenl of Brnle, i a ry Oee. deait. may lie treated fur ,rir.f V OaJedvB Cottutt.; will pr *at thom tail iceau ron*>Md] ag* nrt him. It I. furthr ........... that -- OR NEW YORK..4tuNso Dunk
.. .,.. P-li.fr.. I ) apilktlio toeher&, : th* t.ie.utor: and vuietchem to tk* Honorable I Judg. ./ Profcal of ih. .. order. : 'I
Bi".., Cl. Olaaa, PaiaU, t<>f r itkafaiw. JB4 pla ter. Hoe*. l'"II.|| ..' My Ale.r .I aaid *f envy publnkd ID a neuepaper. Ownh-, Bwotr. arid Brig. C A
10 IHUtS' .",....,.. 4. Au ... k : 1ac.UI.: County and oak for a f nil ..ibockarg. therefrom/ publi.hed in lbs c..1
11.f .,lIeI.. I.e .i5i0Ui It. .. t. : lt'l.1.t ; OWEN: Pll.l.Y.tW, 'Islichoon... once m lack. t.CII.i: Hcwhaid will..,.. ciwttch a* ala,,.
It'' S'J' 1:1 Tt.U{ i, 1>E U.UI. I U tid" '.V 1 .if. 11., Bark J. l).aIiaaI. .ilt al l.u b:. r...1 u <" rr ,
to I ticctrrr, Al' Chant.
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1I.\ F.a. .d.
or -;;r *1 Ur. ( ) I l)* ca q c. t...) t Die ,I 0 liJ; 3 frcuiiht iu lou va HEARD( Jt I'L-N' JIAMibik
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