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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: March 11, 1854
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY CHARLES E. DYKE. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, MARCH 11 1854. I VOLUME 'VI- .NO., .10.


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= WALTERS & WALKER Erection of a School House. The Poor Man's Day. not all the Now England States become free from this wholesale human slaughter. To an old bachelor. IJeigho i 1 uobodjr td five aajr
Stales tinder the operation of the principles add to the horrors of the it be stated to-no little feet
proposals' fir the erection of a School BT EBEITEZEB ..UOTt.Sabbnth scene, may presents to come patting op
Cotton Factors, and General Commission SEALED the city oC Tallahassee will IMS receive upon which the Nebraska bill is predicated f that a number of pigs bad been let loose to my bed to wish me -'A ham Nwasr'

Merchants.ALSO at the office of the Clerk uf the City Council up to the To the lowly holy! If this be so, nnd every .'child knows that it were seen eating the dead bodies. Miserable piece of.business! Wonder' whatever

fourth Monday in Marc next Plans nnd tpwitica Still thou art a welcome day is true, by what authority are we told that a All who could escape the slaughter took become of that sister of mine who na

for tLe Pioneer Line of Packet between lions, can be eeen at tile same office. Proposals mus When thou comest earth and ocean country lying between the same parallelsof I refuge in a redoubt at the head of the villa- away with that poor artist. Wish she'dbiruup .:
gents be made separately for Brick und Wood W lr". rest and motion :
Shade and brightness latitude which embrace all of the New I and thence
recommenced murdero fi? somewhere with
three children
igLESTON AND ICEW-rOET. BRICK WORK.-Main body of the bi-ildin? 40 feet the man's heart to a I' e two or, for
pray.
outside outside The Help poor Cngl-md States, is to doomed to slavery upon the Turks, who returned love and It's miserable
& Co's Wharf by 60 from to two ftorys high. vigorously, me to pet. Heigho a
Boyce ,
"t' CII.lRLEbTOX S. C. first floor to be 3 feet above the ground in front; thed Sun waked forest if we entrust them with the same rights, privileges but not without receiving c considerable injury piece of business'to be an old bachelor."
floor 12 feet in the clear and ceiling of 2d floor 12 Bird that coarest and immunities which the constitution from the Russian guns. And Uncle broke the ice in tte basin
r.: TfrLHOi ""UTF.n.. GEOB.GE 11. "WALTER, feet iu the clear. The fiist stoiv from foundation to O'er the mute empurp1ed moor! lo the people of New Jolly.
U. T. "VALIt1LAugtiet be 2 hi icks or 18 inches, thick ; tie second Wry 1J or Throstle's wing, that stream-like fluwest guarantees the of New England At last the enemy,incapable of any.farther with hit frost nipped fingers,and buttoned his
13. 18i2. 32-ly 13 inches thick with pillais for portico and partition I Wind that over dew-drop g.> bt! Are sons England any less capa. struggle, decided cn abandoning the entrench. dressing gown tightly to his chin ;>then to

walls under first floor as per plan. The columns to I Welcome not e woe-worn poor. tale judging for themselves when they emigrate ments. nurnbcr of Russian troops had already went down, .stair*.*\! owed a cup of coffee,

DR. W. WIIITAKER, be of bl ick. and cups t<, the same to be either of stone, ;. to Minnesota, Nebraska, or Kansas. evacuated the place, when a Colonelof I an gg>and a slice of toast, Then h J button.
01 iron. The whole building to be plastered oirUide Little liver! than they were before they ever passed beyond ed his :
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN with a good coat of Hydraulic\ Cement and the inside Young forever. a Turkish calvary conceived the unfortunate snrtoua snugly over.them,.aid.went oat,
that cirde which -"
TALLAHASSEE. FLA. walls aud ceilings to be plastered wiih two good coals Cloud, gold-blight with thankful gle! circumscribed their idea endeavoring to oppose their pas the front door into the street.
woodbine, gladly! weeping! vision within their native valleys ? Is it wiseto Such crowd tlu
liis profe si<>nal nervicce to the citizens of of mortar and w liitewnsh. Happy a Jill >ra WM Laying ..&auvYoar'a
OFFERS" "* an.l vicinity. Office first door East WOOD wOm'l1.t. Cit-t and !ccnndstorr to be U nt, within the wild rose keeping! \iol.ite the great principle of self-govern sage.The Russians finding themselves surrounded presents. TIle toy shop* were< filled!
ofP.wt Office building, immediately ndjoiniug Di. framed wood petitions nnd to be divided Into one Oh, that they were blessed as ye 1 ml'lIt WKSI lies nt the foundation of all free with grandpas nnd grandmas aunts and uncles
and outlet for and
1 1I111and having no no
and llecitati ni escape
two pane
School
I
X uh..T&nuiry14.l4.. 0t.'m Sabbath holv institutions, by constituting ourselves the of- and cousins. As to the shop, keepers
2 lyi for eutiv. stainvay_ .,. Cornice and LntabUtuic to he ol WCIKI, 01 the ionic i J.IPIUI.; I.'tPaint we despair, no other alternative but to telling prices, answering forty questions
sod conqueror
stvle The Hoof to be framed with ttuss-es about 10 with flowers thy glittering ; know, and of a country we never saw ? Maywe die recommenced the with in a minute, and doing up parcels,' they
AMAKER daughter fight desperation
PERRY and ,
A. ft indicated by the plan, winch will euppott For Affliction's ins not safely I le.ave them to form and
apart Rf regu were as as a bachelor tending a
crying
crazy
Timber f'r the trusses Lid thy mountain". wi>ods and waters. and !in a vigorous sortie they. succeeded I .
ATVr. iI V 8lV L 1t the upper cvilinjj joints. man's God! late their domestic! institutions in the same I babv. i-
6 rafters 3 by 1'.115. to OlJ-tLe poor I in capturing two It should be stated
frliie
to l toP (f. Lv t> ; plates by ; .r. ; I guns.
and
TALLAHASSEE, TLA. waU flutes 4 bv 10' ; girders S by'IlI ; uppir ceIJtigjoists mother manner, by virtue of the same principle, that the Turk, upon the first success in the Uncle loll slipped along over the icy pavement -*$/
liar 21, 1853. 20 2 bv f small braces to tni!s, 5 by f ; principal }Oaplnsbiother'III le young i which enabled New York, New Jersey and i entrenchments committed the incredible fault and finally halted in front ofTom None. :*

floorin"joiiU 3 by 10' ; door Etuds.fi by rt ; other Si ter toiiinzin tl p.'iir-! I'ennlvania to exclude slavery from their I of not the such's toy shop. You should have seen hit $
JOHN B. GALBRAITH, stud. 5 girder to 4-d] fW 12 bv 12; box window > :fid establish destroying enemy's guns.
2 by ; ( ref Ixiwed sire that lif-l ng lIt!Ihitt.hippeJ limit: free institutions for themselves show windows Beautiful English dolls,five :
ATTORNEY AND COILVSELLOR AT LAW, framit. sashes 1 IIC 12 light to the window, -12 child! that l""l'i ing fighest! : i I j While the biitle! was thus going on in tho
\\ dollars apiece, dressed like Queen Victorik'j >.
Tallahnssft, Florida. bv 20 glafcf, and to be hun- with weights' ; windowsand Coiuc and drink the light uud air. But, dr, T fear I have made this village, twelve battallions of infantry of the
door to be casfd c-n the inwde iu the architrave already: I babies, and with such plump little shouldcn, 1|<
%3fOffioe up-tairs in the Capitol. immediately style, nil .h.\\"n by tin plan ; windows to haepannclbacks. Still (:llivdb I 11 letter too long. If so, my apology therefore Russian army anti a squadron of cavalry, and arms that one longed to pinch 'em ; and "r
&djoiui g the Senate ChatnU-r. [Oct. \'. 40 2 flight1 of stalls leading to the second "tur\. Still he giveth I U to be found in the great importance of the I with sixteen pieces of cannon, were brought tea setts, cunning enough for a fairy to keept

D. P. HOLLAND, ns inJica'ed by the plan. Newel P"bt bani-ters and Wh.it no law can take nwny ; I subject, and my earnest dcj-ire that no hon.i to the assistance of the besieged, and attempted : house with. Then, there were dancing Jacks $&
I Seats and desks I to be made
be of
rails ( ern'
to to the Turks between two
blinking place
Sabbath glaJues
ATI'ORXE AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, according to plan "floors to be laid with llow pine AI.l.1. ..f mdii.'ss. ? i est mind be misled with regard to the provis. I and jumping Jenneys, and toys, and' Undo '';
Unto hearts wary fins. Information of this to Ahmedi
Qninry, Florida, liojuds. about fi inches wide] nnd IJ inches' thick Still thou art The IW }Ian' Dav I" : ions of the bill or the principles involved in was given ;, Toms as black as the chimney back, with '. *
in the Court of the Middle Cir. grooved nnd tongued. lloi. lmar 'TrIU. practice altut! twelve incnes wide. Outside\] door* to be in 2 : of! far I i his soldiers to the point, in order to preventI ,
and Jackoon and Friuikliii Counties.OcMr23. matter no practical importance, so as there were little work boxes with thimbles
X. //. ],'ro', (Gen. Pierce'shome gold -
folding, :3 panm-lb each and moulded ptnnehiticli : ? FtomAf Concord I the junction with the For
parts besieged '
1K52.. -42 tf 1 the question of slavery is concerned. The troops.
\ I and bodkins, and scissors in crimson .1-
tlli k. IIIM k doors C pannels etch 1| indies Organ'tt.2'2.) this
movement he made of three of his
WILLIAM SCOTT, thick moulded and hung ith iron butt hingec 4* by Kansas-Nebraska QuestionLetterfrom cry of the extension slavery has been raised reserved battallions. use vet cases, snakes that squirmed so naturally :;

4j, and t(. han good mortice locks,with a mast key The for mere party purposes, by the abolition as to make yon hop on the taMe to get out of f.,
ATTORNEY AT L&V3, fur alL The principal j"i--ts. to be two ft'l't apart from Senator Douglas. confederates and disappointed officers. All The advantage of the pcsHion was now on the way,and little innocont looking boxes con. If

MONTICELLO. FLA. canter to center. 1'uitition *>tuds] Ifi. inches from cen- ,r.\Sm GTo\, I'eb. 10, '51. candid men who understand the subject ad. ; tho side of the Turks, who were on romdi taming a little mouse that jumped into jj
i t belO illCh'fi from spry
lei to ceiling j joj"ll
_JuK. so, 1833._ "30 tljan_ center t-efltr to center.UJIJM-I Front steps to extend the wlmle j I Sir :-lam under obligation to yon for I II mit that the laws of climate and production I which sloped towards the Russians ; but the your face the moment yon raised the lil, and '?,

ERSKINE & DILWORTir, length ofplrc-h.und t.1 lie built ofgd heart pine. Out- J!I your paper, \\hicli has come to hand regularly and of physical geography, (to use the language t latter were in three times greater nnmber music boxes to place under your pillow when 'r1"

wde back steps to be about 1 0 feet loti-r wit!, hand, mils i i from the commencement of the ses tott. I of one of New England's greatest i than the Turks. In spite of this inequality you have drunk too strong a cup of green tea, .ti

ATTORNEYS AT LAW, and lunniiters with f'Ouh, all of f..l lge.,as1!}Ixmrds heart, jiine.aud t-hingled ll'x.f to with Usheeted saw with pleasure that you took hold standin tatl"SIlJeI1)) have excluded slavery from that however, the Russians were entirely beaten, vinegarettes that yon could! bold to,jour *'

MONTIfKLLO AM) QVINry. K>st yellow pintf shingles.all'ys and gutter" to beof I favor of the Nebraska bill!, and spoke in countr This was admitted by .Mr. Everettin I and fled in the greatest disorder. They were uose to keep you from fainting when you saw J;

Jon* EimnxE Quiiwy-W. S. DIL WOB-TlI, >Iontic.llo. copper. All the Carpenters woik as usual to lie favorable terms of my speech in its support.In his speech against thu bill ; but because I completely l routed, a fact constituting a feat : a dandy. Oh I tell you that Mr. Nonesuch, >**

July 23.1853. 29 painted with thiee coats Of lead nnd boiled) liu-ei-d ,, this you did no more thanyhal mighthave I II slivery could not go there, he appealed to the 'of arms on the part of the Turks which does understood the keeping a toy-phop; there .

oil, with Venitian blinds to all the windows. fastfumg; been reasonably expected from n sound'I Southern Senators not to insist upon applying r great honor to them, and establishes another were plenty carriages always in front of U
aT1 r. UUBV, V. it. M. \'II.I"OS itc all complete. The. whole woik to be dt-uc in I ,
DOBY &. DAVIDSON, best manner und with l best inatHi.il i I democratic paper. The bill rests upon and) the provisions; of the Utah bill to Nebraska \ important truth-that the Russians cannot plenty of taper fingers pulling over his wares, ,j

tF I'rotKWaln will also c rC"I:\'ed {"'tlie painting. proposes to carry into fleet the fundamental : when they would derive no advantagesfrom cope with the Turkish troops in equal numbers and plenty of husbands and fathers who returned ?;

ATTORNEYS AT LAW, G. W. HUTCHIN( *, principle of self-government upon which our it. The same admission and appeal I to themselves i_open field and that theycan thanks that New Year's did'nt 'coma

QUINCr, FLORIDA. Clerk City .. "il.Febniary I republican institutions are predicated. It I were made by Mr. Smith, of Conn., in his only }hope for any success when they I every dny; a' '--4 1

WILL practice in the Middle Circuit of Florida 18, IE:! 7 4t. [Scntau-1. i dues not propose to 1 legislate slavery into the i iI speech against the bill. To-day Mr. Badger !: have a much more powerful force than their Don't stay here, dear Sasy, hit makes yon ?
ill the E.u-teru CouutK of Weft Florida
All busmee-i trUliteJ to their care wU1zeceteprowpt i I territories nor out of the territories. It does of t North Carolina, replied to these appt'als'hy enemy. Their losses in these two simultaneous cry"said the elder of two girls ; : I thoughtyou ,|j

..tteiitiin.Dec I AN ORDNANCE: not propoec to establish institutions, for the the ditinct declaration that he and his afT.urs amount to nearly 4,000 men, said would make you happy to come'out and .(f

mbt'r 21.! 1B53. 61 To Prevent Hogs Banning at LargeQECTIOX people, nor to deptive them (ItS the right of southern friends did not expect that slavery i inioiig whom are included 50 superior offi. look at the New Year's presents, though 'w.. '5

1. fa it oiJjinrd ly Intcnd-nit a- /! determining! for themselves what kind of domestic I would go there-that the climate and productions I rers. The Turks had about 300 killed and couldn't have any.'* *

BAKER & McIVER, Cur.Wll 'OItt.(I(;(fe {'iti. oj' 7'ella'a.crc.TlIllt I institutions they may have. It presupposes were not adapted to slave labor-; .I 39G; wounded who were sent to the hospitals "I did think so,"aa.idSas. ; "butit makes mr- .J

ATTORNEYS AT LAW, fifteen days from an after the passage of thiOnii-I I that the people! of the territories are but they insisted upon it as a matter of at Widdin and of whom it is hoped the greater think of last New Year' J when you and I lay >

TALLAHASSEE AND QULVCV, FLORIDA, njnce,the it owner 1.ulln..t fIr l hc owners lawful of f.ir "bag,.'&ir>iior Jiogs lJrsll"dug to ,- i as intelligent, as v.ise, :is patriotic, n* conj i principle alune. In short, all candid and in- I part may p; saved. otjJdlcd twgrthur! In our lIttle bed, and papa l
TTTJLL ,praotieo in the J&ddfc aud Wtt-rn Circuits any Tfrmit j 1 I I ttlli*1 11).4h!k. tb. t'-i. .ilnr iian, nod I According to the of in his
t' Counties the FIt to run nt l.irg within, the limits of th" ,j Pci'Mitious. as th.-ir bn-tlirr-n and kindred opinion some European came creeping up slippers, thinking :.
and iu the
of Fiu/iJa of Uccatur aiiJThoiant
Oa.BOLLI.VG city of Tullwluxw ; nii-l j m d. ..."t..r Iic *ii-l"tii>ir' whom tll'y'l..ft behind them in the r ats, 'I i present; the question as a matter of principle, officers now at Widdin, this affair is a most were asleep, and laid our presents the table, ',

il'lVLK.Janunn of tins, Ordiii.iiK'e, the ilar'hal flf said) city 1 H 1'l'r.t"1 j jauUi I and as thy were before they emigrated to whether! the! people, shall be allowed to regu-1.!I: glorious one for the Turks, and if not pro. and then kissed us bo'th and said, God bless Y
: A. X. rizcd and to seize and imjiouiul hog ::
j
1'ulllJk.f/\8'D.UaR Qujsiej. <'r I""",;. fti f'Uiti'l requiied iiittinn!, at! lar=.-.tuulrjn.. t'l thaii any i'Eu- :,:1 the territories. creating a territorial giv1 I!i life their iome! >tic concerns in their own !i.[i duetive of any material result, will at 1 least the little darlings Oh,Katy-all the little .t

iiniott< hereof, nd aftci uiMii;givcii two d.ite notice, '1 I erument, we acknowledge that the people i, W:1or not. prove of great moral advantage ti them. girls in that shop have their papas with them.I 4

7, 1S&4.JOSEPH. 1 p( !te-l at the Court lllu.t iasin said city. the salal) j of the tenitory ought to be erected into a j'I In conclu-ion, I may be permitted to add, I I IOn the next day the Russians attempted toreoccupy want my papa," and littla Susy lard her head-

Jl. DcPONT Marshal" authorized and required to Roll the: Bante at ''di'tinct politicil organisation. Bgiving !, that the democratic party, as well as the : the redoubt from which had on Katy's shoulder and sobbed as if her heart ,
they
public outny. to tlo..l.i.ln-.t bi-ldf, f.csfh, <'ne half I country, have a deep interest in this matter.t i\
i ATTORNEY AT LAW the proceeds of whi'-h sat,' t<> l ha 1 l"iig I'> the Mar-hul! them territorial legislatures we ncknowlodge1 1 been driven in the night, but the appea'ranceof were breaking. .
ujid! ill.- Tt'lhI\i".I"'r! l to g" into the\ cit v Treasury : J'truttd ". t their capacity; to legislate for tbeniselves.I .- Is our party to be again I divided and rent a- some Turkish battallion disconraged them Don't, dear Susy,"said Katy, wiping sway :J
QU1SCV, FLORIDA [ .j,1 tin I let it lit borne in mind I sunder upon tliiJ question of slavery ? !I her tears with her little don't& .
1 iiiii prf-\i'JS to : a'e, owner or ownrs Now, ? that e\vry nbo- from the attempt, and they beat a refreat.! own pina-fore ;
WILL routiuue to ciecupv the office recently occu of paid log or Ix'jrs so f..i/-d and iiiijiriualed shall! litioi.i and free soilerilui the Nebraska I I Everything in the 1I.t history of the democracy mamma will see.how red are,
b the kt firm, ..f C. 11. & J. H. Pul'-nt opposos I At the time of the attack upon the village cry your eyes ,1
> i
lia\c the rijrht to c1UIlJl and rf'IIIOtilt' *>jtij. >, of Now confidence and "
ftnd t'. prm-ticr iu the adjouent C..uulidl of the Middle: the iatueit to raid Marhlial one dollar fur UJH.H each : bill, :1.0his willingness t to support i I Hampshire :' I I the Turkish soldiers, particularly the Bashi- poor sick tired marrunadoa't cry, Susy. :|
auJ WeMeni Ctrcuns. lie will alM attend tlie ttntihcf and'c\iryhogco 'laimpd and! removed: I'lovidfdfiiithrr. it prouded that slavery shall )be forever pro-i,j I I assurance to tiielr patriotic I brethren I throughout I : Bazonks committed the fault of stopping to Oh, Katy 1 can't help it. 3ee that tall -

tLe iiujivme Cuurt iu TalLdjosnet and 3Ltrizuca.iLtflU.Uy That should no claim be made, or *h>iul.l theM jhihitcd therein. The objection! theiefore, 'I tin I Union, in a crisis like I the I present.I1 .- I[ pillage before being entirely sure of victory, man with the black whiskers, (don't he look .J

'. )54.. 1 rnlml be unable to effect n tale in tW luanncr pr t- ,' does not consist in a denial of tinnecessity I believe I know enough of the intelligence, I II j and by this means, in despoiling: the dead, like papa ?) kissing that little girl. Oh, Katy, '*"
vided above, then and in that coaF-C the aiL l Mati>haliHudioiizcd i- for territorial consistency and: firmness of her people to and Susy's tears flowed afresh.
of the
P. B. BROKAW'SLIVEBI : a government, nor people obtiined some trifling articles much to the
to uirjtote of the said hog or bogs fill seized I ; warrant the belief that while her favorite and
to govern themselves so far as white} of the Uncle Jolly couldn't stand it any longer!ha
and imrviunded in any manner best calculated men prejudice general interests. It is to b? J
AND SUE ST1'BLESjl' eul,erfe the purj>ow<> of:ordinance, eitherhy kill- I were concerned. They are willing to allow I| honored son stand, as he has stood and now I regretted that it has not been possible to de- rushed into the toy shop, bought armful of :j i|

FLORIDA. ng and removing the same U-yond the limit* of the I the people to legislate for themselves in relation j stand, firmly at the helm of the ship of State, I rive nil the advantage from this affair of playthings,helter skelter, and ran after the two '4

"- .-. city or by jKrmuting any per.Min or jvr oai to remove -I to husband and wife, parr-nt: and child, calmly facing the threatening danger, regard. which it is susceptible at least far little girls. 1

Q" \? v1] IIEVt'prittoron1din form ks fri.-uls. n"d the- herein the of banajIJ'same,;Ipnn. claiiiinntK payiucut: of the fee required !! master and servant and guardian and ward, : Ie's of all j J..I rsonal consequences, her noble I gards material benefit,; hut as far so regards as the re Here, Susy here Katy said he, here ,tj

pubhc that hf has rebuilt _ J':"t iu Couii'-il bru4ry 13. 1P54.ViL so far as white persons arc to be affected ; i i, people at lioiiie will suitain themselves and t moral effect there is nothing to desire. some New Year'9 presents from Uncle JolL" 1

)lu j! Jar!*- lIt ek M.iUee. at the! old 6'iiiid. null I. lJ"W \ 1L IIAYWAKI Inteudaut I but seem to think that it requires higher, hiru ag'iHit, the Attack of open foes and the I Ismail P.icha fought like a lion, and more Who H Uncle Jolly!" J

Jirvuaitd] to kCcorumoduV: ,In,* fuii l<< and cut'ImfrF.lI4 ATTLRT .-O. W. llncin' 6. Clerk. degree of civilization and refiement to legislate 1 iusi.iuou assaults of pretended friends. like soldier than He had two Well, he's unc'e! to all the poor little cjul- I
also\ h* atUclied to h'u StuUea, a good iilat.krniitli February 18, 1654. 7 4t I for the race than it reasonablyj You will do ma the justice to publish this a a general. dren who have no kind
papa"'Now
Slnip. ltore W will hare done all kind of negro can horses killed uider him. He was grazed ,
!'lllnta ro work, Hor c lineing., and Carrin *'lrk, i j be expected the people of a territory pos i in your next number.i with two ball*-one on the shoulder and another wheredo you live,little pigeons t got \i

in ii th% Ttry. test mutnier aud wiiii pi otnptne B and\ MONROE HOUSE sess. I!i 1 have the honor to be, very respectfully, on the wrist. A third ball. struck the, far to go I Toes all out your shoes' here in' 1

putihy.'''Mi.Ui\ 5 isr.?. 44 TALLAHASSEE, FLOUIUA I I h this position Well founded ? Does it- rr-. ,. Your obedient servant, scabbard, of his sword. January- ? Don't like it, my toes ain't oat my i i
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tf quire : greater capacity or keener; :: S. A. DOUGLAS. I shoes ; come in here, and let's see if we can J
c:! 'IIIS well known hotel having from I any F"n"p I The Turks took from the field of battle,
4EOUJII and oilier, Pianos ;; 1 passed of moral rectitude lion. Cvirrs: BABTON. find to them. There fii; .
the band of Mr. E. P. Moore, into ih i-: (of to legislate for the blackman besides a number of horses, a great many anything cover now, ,J

BERRY & GORDON the Wsiriied; ; the new proprietor gives notice to than for the white man ? Not being n,1 -_ muskets, sabre, schakos, epaulett! and decorations ting them both to a pair, that's something ij
297 the public thut l IJ is prepared to entertain traiiMent ble to appreciate the force of this theory on i The Battle of Citate. and also many wounded. The latter like ; it will puzzle Jack Frost to find your !*

Broadway. and pennnnmt eu.tt the huu.u sif-. the part of the abolitionists, I propose, l by impress The London Times fives the following n"Jr.I I consoled themselves for their wounds by toes now. Cotton clothes on ? I don't wear ;ji
PUCLISIIKRS lard, and! nt as nti"onable, \ a cost a. the times will admit I IIc *
of ru han I terms of the Nebraska ticulars of the battle* of Citatc from a private cotton clothes. Which do }like best red
)nTI! Dfer! li :'e-aoan-l] ... Tlie liou- It- well supplied with iaer\"JlJlt., and bill to leave the the sight of watches or handfuls of golJ, you ,
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M. !I..Ji"ii* Jin i Muk Agt-ntB f.. tljc? nUil l-lffateil l\ in I'lauofc,., eveiv conxr-iiiciice make juest comfortable and people of the Territories perfectly free to ;, tl"r. gathered in the midst danger, which they green or blue plaUs or stripes, hey ? >
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iwi. Grnud, arJ oilier 1 J'i i m',t> niaJ I Ijy(lUUct, D.ixia JL jlrul'ril.tur will I ante uo i jwiiw to I please hit'c who form and: regulate their domestic institutions On Fiiday, the Clh of January, the Turk placed bv. their beds of pain as a solace to "Mother won't like it r Don't talk tame ;]

4 Co. Jj *toj-nlioM? I'IJIIOB are t-'itMdtreil sujKrrior may Cn.-r him with their ;pationage. An excellentLiVry ill their own \vav, subject otilv to the constitution ,i ish troops, uudur the orders Ismail Pacha their suff rillg5. ; mothers don't generally scratch peopleseyes
to all others. Great Lar. aius in Xew Y rk I'j.m.n'' fctable a.ijoii.H. thi- Hotel. C. A. ma'AX.T.IlaLaw. of the United tite.3'I.lie and Ashmcd! Pacha, nnrched to attack the Justice has been done to the bravery of out for being kind to their little ones.- jI

jucd find IIL"C.IUJ ulc.leiile h md l'iau.O"J MeKJet.u! Music fur>- ,,_.J IUJulry. ', 1854. 1 tf bill )provides in words as specific and Russians who had fortified themselves in the the Russian officers, who courageously did Uncle Jolly is goingh"1mewithyou. Howdo |;

ry
l\wm tit 1t.. true intent and meaning of the act is not toi j flout K.iljUiL: Tiio force orIs'11llilI1.- soldiers, whom it was often necessary to prick not I've got a din tier.you shall have din ij

1*. S. II. D. i Cae E Jlna Pianos have tLo laUttimrtroved CAI'T.l l\VMAN luring closed bis Hotel : 1 legislate i slavery into any Territory or State..1) chi was composed of three regiments of regular with the point of the bayonet, in order to prevent -., ner too. Pity if I can't have my own way- '<:

X vuiciujj.rnlxr ,, fitted_iauiL. that U\'CI cmnnlf.Jiol\ ilt'r h.-ning J liii'-k I'nrchi'<'d und I I The bill, therefore, does not introduce slavery, cavjlry and one regiment of Itashi Bra. them from running away. Some of the New Year's day, too." jj

-"*\ -- 5. 1S53. 44 Jv. South up of the Court large louse, f funnerly occupied; 811 Building a Tavrn I does not revive it, docs not establish it, docs I zouk< with six gum. Ashmed Pacha was Wall.ichian militia were incorporated among That's your home! phew I dont know .

For Rent. (' by Mr. Goodbread and known then us UK Banner: not contain any clause designed to produce stationed at ome dis-tance from the village, the Russian troops: but the former force about trusting my ol J bones upon these rick*

f5|? T\HE\ Corner Brick Rtor recently occupied by House takes this method fIr informing the ]>ublic that : that JCEult, or which by any possible construction with S''>m.'reserve troops, consisting of fivettaliotand were in a very bad odor with the Russian ety stairs-old bones are herd to mend ; you

i2liL-LG.il. nlS wick. Apply to1J.cner he has converted the paid building into a Hotel, and can have that legal effl.'ct. Nonintervention : also six guns. officers, and were continually subjected to know that

-,. 1t22. M n. II. AMES respectfully pains or expense solicits'\'IIIIJ a share spared of to public render\ patronage.those eornfortible No- )Congress with slavery in the The Russian fuice in the village! consisted heir jeers. Wnllachian captain refused to Little Sasy opened the door, and Uncle

MILES NASH Au CO. who may visit bin houce. The well known Livery States and Territories, is expressly declaredto (If three battalions infantry, commanded by march against the Turks, and he consumated Jolly walked in-their mamma turned her

Dealers In Drugs, Medicines &c. Stables, formeilv kept by CapU Newman,are cou- be the principle upon which the bill i is con. Coljnrl Raunegarde, three squidrons: of hussars his refusal by blowing out his brains. This heat, then with one wild cry of joy she threw .f
uecU-d with the Hotel. H 11 ULACOUIIX.llouticello and of Cossacks' *vilh her around his neck while and
-TTOULD inform tbf.ir fjej1 and structed. The great fundamental principleof two squadrons fact may bo relied on. arms Susv :
"Y they \a.e hand the pul.1ic. tlll\t December 21, 1653. 51 stood in
00 thedoor.wayuncerta.iawlieth.
a g. UlOl'tult'Ut of lIudl Belf-government which authorizes the peo six gnus. The Wallachtan soldiers are continually Katy i
and artc'e"triU?be are generally k'lll in tb.li or il11\ -- pie to regulate their own domestic concerns The Turkish troops were, as will be seen deserting to the Turks, whose position is decidedly er to laugh or cry. j

tenii" .hallberea receiving...n regularly ble. .ftb timnliM. TUar' MEDICAL NOTICE. as recognized in the compromist' superior in number ; but the posi'ion: of the becoming advantageous. It is be- "Come here, come here," said uncle JoIIf :

7'allabaiaet, April) Dth. 1858.DEMRISTF.., a !.>S Sflts. measures of 1650, and allirtned by the Dem- Russians, who weretbistributed in all the houses lieved that they will shortly undertake a new "I didn't know I was so near the truth this !

.WM.. F. ROBERTSON AJ.. W. EPPES OCratlli- ---- -NritlOlial_nn__ Tmiviuilinn_.._... ., _tinA... ,.rn.fifrirtn.-u.. ... in the village, which is of great extent, and expedition. Besides this, although I do not morning, when I called myself your Uncb ;
I .ahaving IfKsited iu Tallahassee, and nsso iated ; the rendered the the fact certain it is said that Jolly I didn't know what made heart ;
u>era..Plv, t. ether in the of Wediciiie offer by Whig CnnveiitionatBitiloeisJe.( is surrounded by a double ditch, state as Omar ; my
kR.friend LEWIS and giTca notiee to Li! tb(1i. l'r..r..i.mal. "'..( t.CJ practice the ruLlit' dared in this bill to be the rule of action in attack extremely perilous, as the enemy, well Pacha is about to proceed to Widden. At leap so when f. saw yon there in.the' street. !
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that
:; moved his Office patrons to bll ride,he!has j in th re. ftcaidenc w. Offi of Dr.Ver the Store of Messrs..Bettonfe Higg the formation of Territorial governments. sheltered, were t nabled to direct a murderous all the Turks will be received in Wallacha Come here I say; don't you"never shed another i

buildin known .1 the Wyatt House," adjoining the EpIICot:1 1J\Jrcb.U(ertaoll at the r.r nn.ire of the The two great political parties of the country -. fire upon the Turks, without the latter as liberaters. The Turkish soldier enjoys a tear : you see I don't, and Jolly tried j

dwelling of Dr..Taylor, where he may be found at all .8. 'U, 4 tm J.WM W., F. ROBERTSON, are solemnly pledged to a strict adhe. being able to reply to it. reputation for honesty and good conduct to smile as he drew bis coat sleeves across i 1
EpI'ES.
times prepared to serve those who may need bis er- rence to this principle as n final settlementof In spite ol this evident disadvantage Ismail which is well founded. his eyes.. i I!
Tic". IIis terms will be Cash or wbeu called for. this How the attack and threw All the which Wasn't that a merry New Year's night to
Any references can be given if neee WORLD'S FAIR PREMIUMS. slavery agitation. can that set. Pacha gave orders for provisions are necessary are
N. B. Gold Plate cat to pattern for ary.DentisU and THREE PRIZE tlement be final unless the principle be preserved himself into the village under shower of balls paid for in ready.money, and no burden is Uncle Jollys little parlor Wasn't the flue

Mot by mail at $1.05 eta. d rt MEDALS and carried into all territorial organization fired from all the windows. At first the Turks thrown on the inhabitants. So much cannot warm and 1Vere not the tea cakes

_KoTembcrlf. 1858._ 46_ HAVE just been awarded to the ? received very serious injury; but, althoughthis he said for the Russians, who are, in-feed nicer! Didn't Uncle Jolly make them ,eat

LOOKING GLASSES. FTTnf t and superior very But the professed friend of the measure, in circumstance somewhat Disorganized i their charged with nil sorts of odious acts. About till they had tightened their apron IUinp.Vere .t

: AL-Th. old PIANO FORTES the article referred to, follows the lead of his attack, their1' impetuosity was by no means two or three weeks some Cossacks, at a vilInge \ there,toes ever out of their,shots again t

REKOV W.re House wtabluhed 0 RICHARDS LookIng Exhibited by the subscriber at the Crystal Palace. III abolition confederates in this city, and declares checked.The greater portion of the soldiers near Piewan, cut off the heads of three Did they wear cotton shawls ia Jsnvary !
the above
XI.JrOSLUD I Co. h making announcement they would take been to musk- WaUachian and violated fifteen women.- Did cruel landlords ever again 'make their
Itreetto removed from 38 Courtlandt opportunity to rrtura their thanks to their numeroJ that this bill opens the whole countryto who )had never before exposed *
block froru 101 Cuntu SnEET.(eomu ofCbnrcb)one friends i lor the extensive And liberal patronage slavery.Vby do they not state the mat otry, nevertheless displayed indominabe! cour- Thus the Russians ale strange protectors. mamma tremble and cry t .

AI usual s BrO&lhrayNew ftMDp&et York, 'wlere will befouud, lore extended to them and assure them that no hereto-pafo ter truly, and state that it opens the country When the Turks. reached the village: with In the midst of allthe, plenty, did they for.

meoW Inokiez OIu..s aMortment,Por\rait of PlaiD and Orna- ball be pared to sustain the flattering reputation already to (freedom by leaving' the'people perfectly age.After a dMpera'o fitrugg'e ,they attacked the view assisting the unfortunate inhabitants get "papa I** ,No, no Whenever. Sosy met

&k The trade famished .itb and Picture Framea of attained and in order to meet the increased demands free to do as they please I Is it true, na the the house, and fought hand tg hand with the culprits had-escaped.. hi the street a.tall, princev!OF .man ,with large
every nxiety for their instrument Lave
ia "
'work they added .
compoaltioo ltate largely Uack.whUkcra IblilOOkt Katy her
was and
hdaeed to their manufacturing facilities,'which professed advocates of freedom would wish sword and bayonet. The massecro ;
1r. they tract
February
1fLI. will I .
"l 8m enable them in future promptly to meet every de ; to make the world believe, that the people of frightful. The Russians rain begged for qnar. Uncle l oUy. bead sorrowfully, .eunuch_ -as to say "Oh

Notice. mand. Buyers from broad, whether dealers or others .. northern latitudes are BO averse to free'institutions ter In the fever of the:figntthe Turks listened _T. FASYT TXEX. Katy,51 never". "-never can forget- nay r >own

ALt pemt* indebted to the iubacAe-. are invited to examine our splendid assortment end so much in love with slavery, to nothing, and slaughtered -without pity, dear papa. '
by not Well I declare .it is
tter New
., requested to call od eeWe the before porchwinff elsewhere.OROVE8TEEN. that it is necessary to have Congress appoint all:who troll under' their bands, 'theMussul-. ) Tear's J -- _. .
&IDe &I early aa poss3ble. Having made I A TRUSTOW their with the morning agAin, and cold as Greenland! too." A friendfromilori4jsljMy
guardian in order
a to that of the Crimea incorporated the Charleston
Dy bu.i .. eLazgj in 505 Broadway. N. Y, adjoining St. Nicholas Rote) preserve free. raRns Untie *
aUi djs xrSagementa be .et.tJed IlS rendm it necessary that N. B. Premiumswereawarded by the -American dom of which they boast so much f IVere Russitn'army, in vain appealed! to their char. laid of bed-JolIy.aihepkedbioUo frost nightcap Standard asserts us that hk A_discovered a
inch thick
early
ft1 out the
fIOIIiLle an on
JIIU. 1f f;. DAn. ARD Institute to their Pianos five jean iu ueeowi- not the people of New Hampshire left freeto '*cl ter Muagolmans. No qnarter was given 1 small.Gasno Island. I\ thW.ccwt.' .
lA. water UchoraridI
I Februarv 18, 1851. 7 3m decide this question for themselves t Did than. Gutter of bipod.ran down' the street i windows, aUXrozea i jpthe of 4 ,on -

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Jflorfoian nitiflL Annexation Southern Qeorela to Congressional* The End of tie Fillmere Vationali. I Botts. -. Opposition to the Administration."
Plorida
The article below from *' e Albany Register, U It will "
to
There is says surprise nobody learn says die Rich Und r thi bead we find an article b the
burs of nota little talk just now among our neigh-- PALATKA AND BAYPORT, FLORIDA. the Charleston Mercury, Is deserving attention fur inoni Enter, that Mr. John Minor BotU i is against Clipper of the 20tb -* peper with Baltfe

f SouthWestern Georgia in favor of immediate Oo motion of Mr. MALLOHY. the Sooate. as io more reason than one. That paper was in a peculiar the Nebraska bill He wa never bound to the mean Democratic bat leanings by
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TALLAHASSEE : annexation to Florida. It seems that the good peo- min.ittee of the Whole, proceeded to ouObider the degree the and of the Fillmore generally the very opposi
inrtitotion
representative organ tie interest and
of that bill to constitute Paint ka and Bay in of shivery by any Dever which i* *o plain-spoken and straightforward
pie the
region are hugely diagusted at the recent port, State J0
Union lovers
Whig --tbe so-called NationaW-tlie fa
, : Sattrdaj March 11 1851. Florida of ) had : felt the slightest concern for the rights of the South.A tone that it and
refusal of the Georgia Legislature to loan the credit ports delivery pcctively, which we copy commend its remark
been from the Committee and Union savers, who even went HO far sometimes mere adventurer he is to to tk
f{ cz-Y __: _,- of the State reputed on Commerce ready espouse any cause attention of out Whig friend* :
to the Bruncnjok lUilroad Company for witlH ut amendment It to as to of the Constitution and the duty
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liift proposes create the pUce speak favorably which proinUa promotion, and to serve
TERMS. any party to tht
Phree Cvjllar* per annum, it ptid in half a million, and like sensible folks want to named and to the Opposition Adrniniifrattorts i.
advance $3 they ports delivery, subject them t of adhering to it The mask has been irksome for that will him his price. Some imaginative fellow tion of disaffection hare
; Oifpai.Iwithiu pay a* i fr
month of appeared
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six the time
where will be eanio ruiiiLtioas and restriction a* other ef delivery
go they likely to fare better. We understand port* -
*: -" of sub-scribJBf; aBd 400at the end of the year. Ad- in the United States, and to direct lb.apcHntrnent a long time, and they seize the first opportunity of iibout Washington suggested Butts for the Presidency ; erratic rank in Congress toward the Ado

F tMluuiueuts, Oue Dollar per square of 12 lines for tint, that there is among them a great many influential of a surveyor customs to reside at each'who throwing it off They are DOW iu language, what hence the lettor on Nebraska. Botts bids for the Abohtiun are regarded by certain Whig writer thJg

.JkI and fifty Cents f<>r all subsequent insertions. An- advocates for the measure especially in the hall, Iii addition to I.is own duties, perform the duty they have been always in heart-the champions of vUc. He deserves! it. To-morrow we and ble to rejoicing ; but upon what grounds ve g

'k- '>uncera to criticise both an-1 writer with conduct of t.
( to be paid in advance. Religious, Obituary amlMarruige communication iu th Thomas\* Watchman, from the act of Congress t'f the I'd March, 1831, allowing New Mexico and Utah, they believed that object could epistle some earerWhereupon without the prevent Administration, and
Notices, not exceeding 12 lines will be publUhedputin. the duties on foreign merchandise imported into Pitts- the Eiiqwrtr, on the following doj. any preconceived bias io its favor,
the Rev. P P. Smith, which Conclude with the fol- be secured by a of the true tLat we have observed aaij
professed adoption
J2T"No certifirtite* of the publit' tiemofcs- burg, Wheeling, Ciucinnatti, Louisville, Sf. Louis, principle pitches into Mr. BotU without mercy. We quote that points upon *j
; late or legal uotice of any description will be gueti lowing on the subject of annexation: Xnshvillc nit.1 NitoIt.v tfi lv> uM>nru.l ami nan I at those of non-intervention by Congress in regard to slavery, portion of the criticism which relates to the writer tb.it disapprobation well might rest; but it if J t

It until the advertising fee i* paid.Temperance And now I would close thin long article with a places. It also proposes to annex Palatka to the they were zealously for non intervention. Whtn there the citations made omitting rnl I they have been few. and that the eeDenlfcJJI
word two ntinrxiition. Whutelo mean, collection the collection from his letter: important incident have been such
or on you district of St Johns, nut) Bay port to asto .
: says one by annexation f Wrll ,,ir. I mean tbi*.- elwtrielof St. Marks, and to extend all the comes up another case, in which they think it possible They who arc familiar with the political career of K-nge our approval aoei even to impeta'ively eJttaao/}

: Speech. That in a* touch ntwohnva t to build our own railroads privileges and facilities to them which are afforded) to that thi's pi iuciple may work in favor of the South, Mr. BotU w.ll affect no surprise at his opposition to the our praise. So far as it bai been developed the fof.

The public is invited to hear a Temperance Address I'f"om iu Southern Ucorgin. unit tiiki* care of ourselves, the places named in the act of March 2.1, 1831." they demand the interference of Congress, and take Nebraska till It has been observed, that amid all the I cific eisrn policy of the Government i is just, dignified, p*.

Mr. C. W. SCULESI.NOE&, of Liverpool, Etigliiid as best wo ran, without "Mid os comfort," or even the The bill was reported to the Senate without amend it as little less than an insult to be told that they eccentricities of his public life, he has been consistent the and conciliatory. Tlie Message and Report ar*
coufiileitco of our I'icthriii in Middle and Noil hernGeniigin ment, ordered to be engrossed fora third readitj, was io this that he ha, never yet omitted opportunity to subject* of pniversal commendaf ion. The
;i this (Saturday) eveuiug, at the Melhotlut CLurclu Mr. and in jus much asonriich i pine buds will read a third time and pnsetLADDITIONAL have ever sanctioned any principle, or are bound by betray the Interests of the South. In advocating the of the revenue, internal improvements and the Wavy topic*

t;. has lectured iu the Northern cities, and within a few soon jield such a revenue to the State, as to make us LAND DISTRICT. any principle! e.r that there u or can be any such repeal of the f.uaou tvtnly-f.r rule, he cooperatedwith are so treated as to accord alike with the well estabILheel ,-

J? days, to large audiences tq Madison and Moutiecllo. l pay in pait, the expenses eif the legislature of Georgia Ornotion thing as a principle in their politics. What they wan John IJuiiK-y Adams m destroying the best bulwark doctrine* of tbe Government and the -pulv
fur alio\eth ratio .four representation, fiat wctkfvr of Mr. MALLORY, the Senate, as in ted and e.fsliVCrV. He was an original champion of the I will iu relation to them. To nothing, in fact,&
was gain. earti we
Annexation to Honda. This Mr. Editor is Committee of the Whole, proceeded to o'nsIer the power Wilmot! Proviso. For these instance of treachery to I turn our attention and find evidence of erioua
From WashingtonWASRIXOTOX bill to esUb'ish' ) a land district iu the Slate of Florida, At thin time they threaten us with Northern [ or shortcomings error*
by no means a new idea, or one ffundt-d upon the re a great the South, he has never made atonement by any display of the Executive.
March 2d.-Iu the U. S. Senate on cent unjust treatment we have received at the hands to be called the district ;/nf Tampa. It proposes to party, ami a general war upon the South. If of zeal in its serviee.If It may be true.Unit, in the distribution of the

Thursday, the bill granting land for the indigent insane, of our brethren. create all that part of the land district of Newnnnsville they were not mere hucksters in politics with such was the course of Mr.Bott? when he was under of offic-, the President baa not been politic; but spoils what

was taken up and discussed.; Mr. Clay ton concludd.hi Twelve wiontln ego, I suggested this thing to a and St Augustine in Florida. lying South of the this ,- only some obligation of interest to be faithful to the have the Whigs to do with this Tbe practice of
l gentleman f Florida who in line dividing t'wtisip) nineteen and twenty routh. into peculiarity, that every man offers himself instead South who proscription is a scurvy business at best
leading t> a long private eon wonder that he now(becomes a furious and no
4344 the Nebraska Bill and
speech on the subject was a new land district. to be called the districof Tam- of other who it man
with some commodity feir sale should pursues ears clean
conversation, agreed fully me as to the propriety ,-we surmise volunteer in the rank of its enemy ) Distrusted condemned preserve band But would
debated by Messrs. Duller, Douglas, and otheis, with and necwfcJty of such an airani eruentIn pn. and that the act tJiall take effect at the expiration that they might di what they threaten, and thus repudiated by the South, he ha no alternative the Whigs not pursue it if they bad the power t Dy

conridrialile &nuaUun-Itdeej at one time, the debate Southern Gee; rpi.i we WOK- have IS counties, of MX month from its passage. bring about the real of the South but to carry out his natural impulses of sympathy I thy not pursue it when they bad the power f Presi
The bill wn' reported to the Senate without amend triumph by making dent Pierce lisa done
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I with of uot.hin rtt
threatened to assume a character. a j jmlatkii .s.Ot1OautI a territory of Ttn | with AI u 111 M M i j f j m ir if- J-? -
personal At -
s1 nine, however, on Thursday evening, the bill ililJkni* U.TVS of land. This wvuld make 50 countiesas ment. onh-reil to be engrossed fur a third reding, was a elissulution of the Union necessary. The letter of Mr. Bott on the Nebraska bill is a singularly I this he has given offence to a'portion f of-hi-* own'* *WHlf wrI -
was
n read I
w large ns the new county of IVughtery which haa a tliiid lube atlillLANIS |i.is-e l. But they will do no such thing. They will bluster eharacteri-tic production. Veli menee and hu- ty, w h v ehou.M citizens outside of that party rejoice f

grossed by an overwhelming rote.Io eotxiO' acres territory a very go.tl ti/.e for a county. FOR RAILROADS.Mr. amid utter a world of swelling glorification, and pctnc>ity of temper, frantic partizauship, incoherent Why Jo they wish to embarrass the AdniinutraUon

: the House the Homettea.1 bill was discussed.N Middle Florida has at pieccnt C counties, withtem'toi JOHNSON, fr 'm the Coinrnitte on Military end by knocking themselves down to the highest bid logic, a touch of ulackguanli. excessive impudence, Is it to gratify an unworthy and discreditable spujt
i of hatred
; v sufficient for a dozen more. These two sections Affairs, to whom was referred Hie( petition ( be if eouM
W4sitioto: March 3. The Jury hare returned a.Yerdict of ce>untry are the same in soil, prcnlnction and Corhrnnr, widow of the late Licet. R. C. Coclirane, sure they make the best bargain the quality whieh ditiriguihi. Botts as a writer to them. We have hitherto believed the WLy j

of Dr. climate. Thev are neci> aiily identified with, and in '. United State .r fly, I prnyin ciiinp n ation t 'r a bore by destreiving the South, they won!.! bet about i it arid politieian, ate brought out in strong rtlief in this 1 ty to lie actuated by higher and nobler aims. Iai&,
Gardiner
,4 guilty against and be has been some degree, de-pendent each either in all their without extrr.onlinjrv anl ir of political contest they have doubt
.
vpon l.t-t in the military rviee, reported a bill for her re- scruple and without delay. But th -v cannot epistle.The no ofUa
eUteUCeJ to the Pcuitcmiary' for ten eaa.WMnINGTO Agricult ui-al. Commeicial, Educational, and Rc-ligiou* lief. which was read and! pa seil to a sfconj reading. They live us, and the South affords them the Let is, that Mr. Butts has either entirely mis- erred ; but at such times an apol' gy could be found
i nterest!. Nature has oiduine-d and united ) I upon e.oncmitnr iu the excited conflict of views and interest
ant He al-o. fidin the same Commiitce. to whom was jr *5ly n.irepn-eiite l the nature aid ieffeet
jf, March 4.-The House was State lines cannot separate thtc intciest, and 1 nm referre l lix''inient relating tu the el-lim of Col. A. G.i elouble gratifieatiou of an object fir hatred and a field of the Nelira>ka till. His argument conveys to i ins But at the present moment no such apology eiiit
engaged
fully tidied that these two se-ction of of Mi-s.iuri for for plunder. How far they te moved t *i Their upK[ >sitH-n to the Admibistration
! ; ou the country i Morgan militrry services in FloiiJa, may > carry an impression of equal ignorance and unf.iirneis. as evinced ia
1 Friday on Homestead Bill. flumld be united under the anie State Government I 8iiinitte!
t4 4 Iu the Senate the Nebraska Bill was discussed by Here is quite territory enough for a iespetabl State lit (of the heirs iind rIlresiitiItives e-f Col. A. U. 3for- j but we be sure they will cool off just at the others to understand it There is an evident absence f selves with so small a faction of temporarily dissatis
may fied
c_; Mear Bell, Dawson and other The vote tnits passage and the taxes arising from the property <>f this territory irau which was lead and passed lt> a second reading. rx.iut of sincerity in his convictions. lie is averse to the re > Democrats, wears the appearance of a "rule or

was expected that night, but the debate would without oppression, eupjiort the Government Tho rcfxut was onlered to be printed.He where they discover that they can make nothing more peal of the Missouri restriction, but not for the reasons | ruin" spirit that Las not alwavs guided then Wa

was carried also, from the Committee on Public Laml t-> out of it, and may lose. which he allege His argument is a pretence. He [ have yet to see whither it wilf lead.-if to a eontin-

4 i n fieicely until four o'clock! on Saturday morn The quc 'lie-n of uniting West Florida with Ala which was reftrred the bill granting the right of wny has taken a porition turtLe single purpose of propitiating i ued factious opposition entailing serious evil to the

ix ing when the bill paeccd. Dr. Gardiner took efrychoiao bama, has already been mooted among that people. and n portion of the public lamls to the State of Floriil.i From the Albany nrghttr.( tmrthein favor. We wih the country distinctly ; country. But for ns, although we do Dot array turi -

: directly after his sentence and is dead. East and South Florida has a large arid rich ten ittry to nid in the obstruction of a railroad; across the to ULnlf r-Umd, that he speaks only for John Minor i selves among the friend of the Administration, nor
destined soon to hold an immense popuhition, whu-h) I PciiiiL"nlu of that State, reported it back without a- The National Whigs and the NebraskaBill B"tt He has in> constituency here. As regards I covet the fame of its apologists, we are determined

will desire a State Government for themselves. This J nu-ndnirnt. any influence which he maybe thought to exert in [ tojudgp it by iU measures, and to commend them

WASHINGTONMarch 4th.-The Nebraska Bill passed would leave Middle Florida "trlitary and alonfJ" I j He also, frorn the same Committee, to which w.ipfened The National Whigs of the Noith ftand by the Virginia, we nisiv truly say. that he is a tradition, and ,r'I heartily and fully whenever we believe them to be

&i the Senate at 5 o'clock this morning by a vote of yeas But more of this hereafter. 1 de-ire to see the ball the bill gi\in th rlit of way and gra1ltin I d promise oflbGO, and are willing to stand by ii'it a living realit).. The time was when he could! promotive of the welfare of the republic. This if,

U7, nays 14. The Senate was in session all night, and i in motion, and hear from Middle Florida, upon the j alternate ?eeti"i) of eeitain public Iind t<, tl. State th.;pi iil\va\H, provided the South i is mi t- itself, its C"mmr.n l a holy! guard in tl.ii city, but even Ma per-1 f in the our conduct judgment, the emly line of policy that can mark

; the vote was not taken till 5 in the subject. 4f 1"!, ri'a, to further the- construction of<-ert.iin railroads 1 own honor, anJ iU faith. But if the Sl.is, in the sinai M'owe have forsaken Lim. Beyond the tiein-J I of a true republican or a genuine patriot.

morning. We do not feel authorised to speak for Middle Flor- lurch specified, reported it back with amendment Southern States" iuriat upr>u inore I ban this if they ity tf Richmond: he never had any influence. The I I -

* Neither House is in oession to day.Tb Fda, but ns a citizen identified, f'.r weal or woe, with *. insist un/n removing the ar.ci.tit lan'hmrtarksu1.nitbrogating Lest mn e-f his e-wn party would not trust him. In The JTeic harem Moil Rub ber.-Rowland !s. Smith,

s Gadideu Treaty will be reported on Wednesday. the law of lfc'20, tapchiiuf\ ; the Intiti: the I'tiMie e feetn he Lel'I! the piition of a reckless who was arrested at New Haven Friday the J-lffl
the section refcned to, aol not only with Middle of the life e-f ; -* SO', thtnthe a'lvH.tjrer iu '
tt'in speeul and f
Railroads in Florida.We slavery beyond > > :>ting party trafficking with on n charge purloining letters from mail
S FiuriJa, but with the whole State, we f-houM gladly Whigs of the Nurih and the WMsf the South will I'rii.eijiles. He was nevtr tiue to an obli;atic-n. He bags, wbil,

i ; /Vf on the .Yebrakz Bill. consent to receive that JMII lion of Georgia spoken uf T find the-follow ing proceedings in the Senate on have to part company. The \ hijs of the South iii rt-'re--iited a Southern constituency in Congress, and under his care, pleaded gnilty to several counts, and

The following are the names of the yeas and nays -nut, however, with (the dc-irc that the 27th Febrnniy : that ease will JMT furce have to rely ujic-n what the Letrayed them. He re-yrcsenteii an" Eastern coustituiic wa semtenceel by Jmlge lugersoll to twenty-seven
or
C on the Nebraska Bill, which passed the Semite to-d.iv expectation I j Mr. JOHNSON Mr. Pre-i.l.-r.t. the honorable Senate Union i is ;pleased in call the great and growing r ur- in the IjitYt liti'fl, ami) tetraveil th-m. A snot years in the State Prison.Mr. .
Teas by anu'-xing South-Western Georgia Middle Florida I ty of the Democracy." But the Whigs of the S 'uth-; cessi ii-n of hun.iliitin! defeati* have res e led to him f
-Messrs. Adams Atchinson fiorn Florida, (Mr. M\LLOKV. ha4 Iwen called'h'mc
Badger, Ba\ard, | ;is afterwards to heroine dis-united fain the balance i bv Mfkn ) j e"in States' houM I calculate the results that are sure the 1itt in which he i U L-cM in Vinjiuia, and he is ilarcy's conduct iu the
Benjamin, Brudhead, Brown, Butler, Casa, Clay, Daw. I 'PS andh.vleijiif ed me to call up, eini.the follow such net of They shouM itrixkrii to to Havin McCerron ease Li
j of the State. We are oprvise-d tu division, and every fir. t favorable omu-ion. Senate I'ill Nn. S1*. giving't to an folly. remember ? ecaj some ir'-re friendly region. say the Washing n t
soil. Dixon, Dodge of Iowa, Douglas, Evans, Fitzpatrick I that e'pjiosition to the extension of SlnAeiy toward no treasure hire, Us heart is r.'t with us. All correspondent of the Ptilaefelrhia -
thi'ig like pplug off the Wool fur the benefit ejf Ala the right e>f way and Krantin alternate; beetimit' of American, of
tfI Gcyer, Gwin, Hunter Johnson i the Noith. U a principle common to all j artie* his lioj- s of pronu tin rest on a Northern basi*. and worthy commendation. The Peruvian -
of
Arkansas, e>( rt.'iin public lands to the State of rioriMa. to further !
bama. Thiit movement la not iu accordance with th the Den. he fink ia Newark clinne-rs Minister after
of the North. That it penades (ratnas s 'rue cocsolation for offering terms of settlement for
Jones of Iowa, Jones of Tennessee I tho ei'ii' tni'-tion ef certain, nil In .tt Ii therein ne-J;
Mason Norria |
wi.shes of our Wc-steru brethren. The feeling in favor specified. I I well n.s the Whig puty.: Th .t it i*just as pcrpetratc'l
MoCerron
In p'ljnjilianpe with hn I that the on Capt. at thai
Ff1 Pittif, Pratt, Rusk, Sebaf-tmn, Shield, SliJeil, Stuart, of nncxation thc-m is ellncd reqtk"t nuive LullLei'siow ted, linn, persevering tUtu de'trmii l hm-mg the in e< mrioD, with the pc pie f this Sta'e. 1 beyrepciiate
among to Escatnbia Co. J taken and) iM i CbaLa Island has
in = I IHie ;
put seen tt to bock from them
up uj .i2e.; I out
pa
.: !t TJuaipson of Kentucky, Thompson of New Jersey people! of the North, the mr. n-9 that make cn-l un- Lie st-m.tmeutc, ai.l ciiaiiene Li, autlonis-
The balance of the West, we are morally certain i is iiK'tion bViuij agreed to, the raid b II wan taken f bit: Mr. is
Marcy not to be triffed
Tuucey Wcllcr WilLama 37. make PicaidcnU ant Vemlirnt of Cmigret, as the totjaiU epeak in their )'etaf. IfL will play tie part tfj with in that manner ;
and consider!
in Comtnitleo '
if the
overwhelmingly) agHinct it, and we are equally sure up as Whole. j converse is at the South. If the South wf all r-artkb >r t.i the St.tb. l.-t Viriniiat.esrtbs. ira.minv and unless the Peruvian Minister change his tactics

Nays-Bell, Chace, Dodge of Wisconsin, Fessenden, that the Middle the East arid the South! are al.-o against Mr. J. I am instructed by the Committee on Pub- unite in favor of the Nebraska, j-n ject of Senator of Li* apfay.. L. t Lrn as icsie an olian, auJ Liil very soon, an American is to be
l\H. frigate
Land offer the likely
V! Kith ? to following am rtidm >nt' to the jpeedtly
Footc, Ilamlin, Houston James from Ltitu Nrth cf .
Seward
Smith, it Alabama Douglas ("ending slavery Lto tenitory consccrate'l tJ 3-.u.v SS SO.Mi
wauls the Wcet ; ,
-and why ? Because I bill, which I wnd to the Chair. Thi object is to make 1 heard rapping; in the neighborhood of the fort aft
Sumner, Wade, Walker-14Messrs J; freedom by antitnt laws, an-i! solemn ef.mp.icts, tly i'
the best harbors on the Gulf aie ia Wet Floiida the )bill a lit'le more definite' than it wra originally, f Calloa. I understand that the Secretary Li
Toornbi [ will drive all parties at the North t> unite in oppoition The French and Alliaace. already
Bright and English
Mallory, are sick-but and The air.i-ndments then) re-a-1
are destined) in lime to boc-mio jx>int* of'' were a< f'lllowg :- to the eitrnrion of slavery. 'I 1 hey deceive theingtlves inquiring the best mode of reaching tie Peruvian -
'T all would have voted fr the bill commercial i Strike out the word- "on the St John's river"in the The Ne v York Sun is quite ]x>3itive that the alii- noderstandiag
great of the North di-
Alabama the
impnttanc would if tre
like they supriortf people from the deck of a vessel of
;tt Mr. Allen, (absent from sickness in hit Oil line of tlie I lit sf-ctii.ii ; strikeout the word .An-j Nidrtlon with France iniutrit.tzs'c courted war.
family, very well to have these haiburs: -of course she would alachic-ol.'i in the this sut.jcet., PrenMeritial aspirant*, sptilihuntei9 ance ft byiliglaud_
I Kth line of the section
; I came and in-
XL Would Lave toted g >uH It.Messrs. U, t l l. ricit ia.; I the sycphai.t9: that gather around e\lii.g has f > > il.m t.4i t\-cll hf-rst'lf to voluntaiilv 'U.>rt St Andrew's ILiv" in lieu thereof! ; nfter the permanent t A card appears ia the Washington

! Phclps, Pierce, Ccoper, Everett,, Clayton, cede them awaj- She will never do it, and there i isno ; WOnM ni Tainp tJ...," :.. L. o.l. ...J ,ti. 1;,. tjjlhe
4t and Wrignt not voting.Tlw use in talking about it Theiefire, if .Southern' same: wet i.in.. iii-eittlie f'lllowin : and ftr.nI'tizsie'.l.t I tutu cm. $;tiu-ncT ; but the great l t'u'dy of the JtopJe, WU.VM tI..rh.e.n the Iwo Pvwrt June tetiltd lie the difficulty between the Kens. Jerera iah Clement
! tin
; title of the bill was changed to A bill for the \\ (Georgia wishes to become a part e>1 f Flwidn, the must JFI-'iMti i nn to I Ahibaiiio.a ] >iiit "oil The* clause 1ttuti.btrv! as amended line ln-tweoii will |''of the iteu that tote, are united iii tLIs! matt r, and Ea te> nrjrtttl<, thern;, trill undti take the Mttlemen and "U'iley I* IItn-ia. which Lad been referred to them

gorernment of Nebraska and Kanzas." take us as the finds us-one peoplf-(>]ijKjpd to di-1:; iea-1 asIb.tt f..11.w.t : they will cru-h every man who ve'tef' r or adCnlesttt uf t/i" \\ tiltm 9uPsIiiilut i*. t f Ct/da, Jftsiro R m'rr,1frp-Ts **T.na >XA& ##?- J :_.. ._. *
the --- ----
ln. rnti-.n of LVi'ir.r-rm-e of 120. If the ------- --- Mii
Mr. Css-I congratulate the Senate on the triumph viciou and ce-F-iwr, on-1] in favor of uniting each ex.ticiue '. 1 tl.f-re 1nml is l.cnliv cran'ed to the State i i Whigs-- ; of:> the- Southern States"? c'loo-e to rely upon 't>td (,'enlr-jl Awrica. d'c. Tl.e editor quotes in erileuce oraUe and) rreditaUe to Ivth pnrt.Va." No otltf

vt Squatter Sovereignty. by iron bands. W know tint the Eui-t nn-1) j!
South will eventually piejx-ndc-rate vastly in mpula- lion of a railroad from I'eliiciha, in the naiti State. have to ally thcm-elves with! the -party of the De- front the speech cf Ij rd ClareiKlou. the Britl-h llin- (xi tli awkward aair.

WASHINGTON, March C._Tbe Homestead bill paened lion over the Middle. But what of that f Our( inter tu Jitfkboiiviite, or home point ncirtl>rreto. itt. three wracy" cf the Southern Statts aloLv; they will iter f.r Foreign AtHJis, ma le the- first night ef theL'reet
*I branehes to the waters of the fJnlf of> Mexi >, one of, j jwhieh fia-1 neither oi-1 in-r cvmfort fr"in any arty at the '
the House to-day by a large majority. The Nebraska efcts will be the same then that they ac now. shall tmnim'.e: at St. An hv Bay, c>n>* nt St. I NiTtli. Let this N f lraska measure bV prt ee
k*' Kill will probably pass the House by Wednesday and we shall love each other none the less, though M.nV*. and <.nc at Tampa Bav. an-1 from l'tviac.la toIL u'uiimation and there w ill! be iiogUflif.ietsi.-De- with France, he said : Critienden of Ke-ntueky according to the Yv,

11 eight. the
licit! A mortem examination nleInIi.: ivt rv nltpriijjl** M etion i>f 1-nnl. post held the But Southern
withcs
was on body Georgia to be annexed Nebraska Bill.
I- '
odd liUll.bvi. for rix eerti.'is ill \\i''lh, Ac. i but theie will be a great, mated. leF1sttssNI >n. The happy accord and good understanding l'e-
of Dr. Gardiner. The physicians pronounced that hid Ccrtaiulyby not I The oilier jx rtions tf the State be called France The same papers state that nil the Whig ia
The quc-tioii IwiiKj taken, the arm n .
;4k1: death was caused bo taking strychnine. have treated her Miockingly bad, and the won't endure rtel to. No further Ji'iien-lniuit I inr i.t1reI l, (lie ,, l lasted uixm the j'tiiK-ijiU'! of ojipi jilin.i: to the \ten-- )- ,ml F i-ttin i lie-y, affecting all t>a>tt of the vmrld, the Preston's seventh district co ujre* i.in.tl district! in Kentucky. (Jfr.

& further particulars. entering the cell where it any longer. That's spunky-but v.iil the iemainder 111)) was then rej oite foneiiind i in. tic Nt-brska cuacirneut; alcrio, but e f the leo >- with regard to'which tie they are m both particular
Gardiner: confined he j ni'-nts weie wl.rn the bill wa ordervl i repeal, not cf cf h'inij
was wasobeived to drink coii'etit to the Aye It be
come tbcie'uthe
Frpaihltun not out of
may place here to call attention
h to be <'c'ra-i-d fora thirl reading. Hv unanimous 1 1 1 all the f'thir mei=r.res that have been ucerdeil f,T policy! of the two countries, however heretofore aniugouirtic tae
water, throwing his head Lack, and it is fuppot ed he rub." Our pnvate opinion i id, no matter how unammous consent, it wa read a tl.inl) !tic' un l 'aeL (the jir.'tettioii of Southern iuatitutioi-s. We ilc-siie is not now in entire harmony. ne eif the noticeable political incident of the day,

took a strychnine pill. He was seized with couvulms the Counties leferred to i"ay L.i for the 1 to Sec ti
&< almost immediately. After giving a letter to measuie that the lett! of the State will put in a decided Justice from an Opponent 'ray of one wi'tionf the Union for against another.TLoe with We CarAT WAR IN- Paosrs.cr.-From the tenor of tie 'a-don Mr. Critteuden In the course said that e>f his he speech was a upon Whig that of the oe-

Charles Gardiner, bin brother be reuiaikcd negative. We be inibtaken but thin have etrubied ugaii.-t it years. debates in the British Parliament the Webt-ter and
that hewas may u our The following, from the Ui.hiiK.nJ H7if, n most whom we have acted have suffered somewhat in en- impending war Clay school and that if he rightly nnderfloml -
zroiai before a Judze who would not twonounce. nrtiniitti.I lcik.l But if of" the Southern with riu. si.i ia deemed one of the most formidable in the teachings of those great men, be thought
fed4-ai tiet-t it Whigs *
roiitnibta *inn. ;!y with tie un- elcaxoring tu'nevti] >t I that when he
r1 Itirn guilty, and expired ill great agony. His corpse '1 We observe that the Brunsick Xnct heartily favors jut au'l l ilhLcial course of many whig pipns toward Statce," uniting with "the prowirg party of the whieh Great Britain Las been engaged. The Edinburgh -r be serving his served the his least.country The the most be sbouMr

j; renmiusin thejwL annexation. We quote funn that jinper: Democracy" of the J3 uthnn S Ui will have it so.then Rcviitw t. n! inntes nu article on the subject of New Yerk party bad National Demoe-
Judges IViuglas : the conservative principles to racy come so nigh to him that be
He was SO years old, had the education and man. We belioe there is not a jieinuiiKnt eitiztn rending In few so be it If great Northern Whig have soI with the follow inj remarks: WOuld be willing t>> unite in one great party to
a paragraph a days of the sop-
ago we exprrwed eir which the great body
DTS of a gentleman, and was engaged to be man ltd in all the section inentioti'-d, but what would conj implied a doubt, touching th* niotiuwLi<-h adhered for the sake of the South, ore aban- England will not stand alone in the contest : and port the UnioD and uphold the Constitution. T3errp-
j I bi k-r 'lopt'tr of Southfi Geiirjrirf.; and uniting with ni.-iy I steadily then it must bebr.me in mind that with such resented a State in which there was no Di t
;i to a lady ii i | Georgetown. hi\e: actuated Mr. Douqlu* in thi< iuttcr.V.. are.p s doiu-d an-! abrogated by the South itself there a war powers
Florida, as the dawning of a better d ly. Much ex- rM.idrd! we did that getillrijian undue I neither p.Hey! i" tluir making any as France and Ebulai.d on the one hand and Russia I no Abolitionist, no Secessionist-Saua/tnati RepitiZcan. -
It l in injiii-tiee, will be sense nor
known
not for whom
the letter I
intended] iteinetit here .
in this
was prevails nii'l l immediate \i-icinity I
city tiaiikly lejmirit.; W are patifi.ilv\, h.n by bin I further sat sitie. If the \Vhiss vf the tniuthernState on the other, cannot be a petty war; that gigantic
The Nebraska Indians were at the Prccideut' 1 leee iu favor of the i.-leuic. In fjet have talked them it fore-s must lx itt in motion and that chain -
conduct em this <ion, -\ibitt-l] u this evetitzg. with many an-1 we have not fund one individual; to l nueei", luotc iiud inoir ran, e'.cry lay, in public I' i that they a-" itit the first uil'.rers by its fury The of causes, of whic-li no man ran see the last link must Tammany Society, New Yeirfc has passed resola

say nay. We cannot be wonted in our firest-nt '(iii- i.ien, and) theicfore more lobe ronnm-mlo! ]. Some'] Natit>nal Wl.s of the North lace pone as far a? they bo forged. Every Minister of the Crown who advice, tions emlorsin fully the Nebraska BilL This Society
dition.'if
in seceding U.eu-by we nceumplirh) tiuthing Intent of the in-titnti of und memb r if Parliament who votes for a war
have
anibiti -\eited iiilljui-'f will for the n every "
may an ui 1riteeti'.lI
The Nebraska Bill. oui&chvs, ) j can e.r go U composed of Soft*.
but 'imply uniting to a State win-re we can him-but it w II s an excuili: a hunUliIo! ninljli.'Il- 5avery. If the South is false to itself, they will lie with Kusaia, niiintif he understands the true interests
Two Soutlu-rh Senators, Messrs. Bell of Tennessee, have a voice in the legi&bitive council that >oit of umliition, without whith pjitiii.tisin would true to their iustin':ts ar.d their honor. If the old battle Enilat.'I. beprpared to utmost
fjc and Houston of Texas voted the of -whe-rc wo can at least have a hearing in the strike the hardest blow and infllict the FOUR DAYS LATER FROM ETIBOPEBOSTOX -
; against passage become extinct, and treat a.nl nolJe.! dee : ; the Nebra4a Bill Several amendments weie adopted itiierckt of the whole people and the State at larje ceu'c to he a'hie.l.. I I lie ItorM-d to win the Pietidency iiutitutions is to be f.-ug'it o\er again, they will be wuuiid which the vast resources of the country will March 1st.
without detriment sections
to of the
iu the debate on the 3d, which we find thus stated Florida, webilieve, will pw-uhar juinj* at the cmintrv. ho ut the iainc tii&e inu>t have be.n eonsdomof found on the rider of fee labor anti t free institutions peruut' The steamer Andes has arrived bringing Ixindott
iu propubition. tin* li-k ho ran of coinpieitnittiu hna.--f]I at home, exerting them flve jut as earnestly, nut! as tinnlyt and Liverpool dates of Feb I 1.
and State it will
t4f our exchanges What glorious nink., ftrikinj
a great an.l i-ncrilk-in'. all Iii futuie, proctju-c-tt. lie was the H>, as they have heretofore done to prevent SUite, The Privateer Kiory.-Tlie Washington Star ofS.iturthmy The Cunard Company advertise that in consequence
By Mr. Badger" Proxiding that nothing in the fiom the Altafi aha and Ocn.ulg riveis, w hie b would" only man of hit juity e>r isis ix-eMoti. who had the and to j,rt-ere the haimony of the State The No well iuformtd here places of the Niagara having been taken by the Government,
boundaries between the two person
:4 Act shall revive in territories any laws existing prior be the natural State lit rye, the mnnliiu M, the Ci.rti.tii hjiirit to brave the h Whigs of the Southern States, anil! the Democracy ofthose says the Alps will sail fur Halifax on the 18th, inlet
to 1820, protecting, prohiting or" abolishing slavery," eriaK his ron.lurt forms an eiaiuljie eontrastto that States alai. should undf Maud uiul lay these the slightest ecnSidence iu the ste-ry of the Courier place.

which was parsed by a vote of SO to 6. Slaves in the United States- ofeicr git-atman, Mr. Evrttt-vi.) with exalted thing* to heart. They bhouM refhet iixui them euie- d<-x Mat Ifiiitsajhv; that the Russian agents are recruiting EASTERN AFFAIR-Sanguinary Sattle.-At Ka-

By ilr. Clayton-"Stilling out the provision allowing The f.il'owiujj tabular statements shows the number worth jiiH Lrilliant arqiiiiemenbi, through) want ofuoral fully b-fore they swiiig out upon the ocean of agitation secretly in New Y rk, for American seamen. lafat the Russians Lad mode an advance movement,

; Ji forciguera. *ho have declared their intention of of slaves in this country at each of the Seven Ceupu- co.zrag", iii -:1.1 of 1 Harvard Co'.1'u. and Futimil of Which they have n<' vItal, and without kuo\v- toscr\eou boar ) American ships te b< procured but active operations \u>uld not commence till March.It .

:i beaming citizen to vote iu the territoi* s.N w hichwn which have been taken fu'itce the adoption of the Federal Hal! --the bir bears e>r Munib'in,; Uovke ,f all) the lOg w he-re they u. iy be drifted by the currents or the was reported that a serious conflict had occurred
' 4' ftlo pusseil by a vote di23 to 21 ; Mr. Brodltead inter K'Ml iiieu Mas.s. chuett#, hhiunk from the detiiy tU/rin. here, to act shortly as jirivateers under the Russian at Turna, attended with great Ics on both sides.Tlio .-

: being the only Northern Man who voted in the affirmative. Conetitution. The iucrcac has been very rapid, : wLicli f tune i j.rewed UJMMI him." <1hio'_ on the commerce eif France and England. Such a u Turk a iAi SC* .nOuraariU..... S %Je S.&H-, hiict on Kftlafat. tIt
t
L& being near the five fold in sixty yeiars. It is a inaiked fact, observes the Raleigh Standard Funny.-Tbef,1lowingextract is from a telegraphIc thing could not possibly oceurin New York without is confidently announced that a manifesto, signed
47 Amendments were also adopted prohibiting Con- In 1790 there by NoselroJe, is shortly expected at Vienna, in
wer 697,897
despatch in the New Yoik 'Ji6uneVASHnWTOS : to the knowledge of the Government here
has
*) grew from controlling the action of the local Irgitlatnro In 1800 M 803,0( hat: the Whig paity never yet pryluced a truly'national eoniing which the Czar will announce his final Intentions.

p or preventing aliens from voting or holding pror In 1P01 1.101,864) mnn. Mr. Kvtiett, who U lM>ked to by \ Feb. 20, 854. and we have every reason to bc-llove tbut they have The Turks were formica a camp of 40,000 menthe

rty.q In 1820 1.538,061 many as the next Whig candidate for IVtaidcnt, is an "Important developments disclose the fact that not received the slightest intimation concerning it sea eif f Marmora, near Constantinople

As tLo bill DOW stands the paragraph relating to In 1830 S.tKf'J.OSl' ble awl aceompliahed) inr.li ; but he los been dwarfed be Nebraska bill is a plot of Southern dUunioniftit.ud from any other smiree whatever. Gen (;inyan had commenced offensive open***
:4.t Iu 1840 2487.355 that Toorniia and Stephens are at the bottom of against the Russians in AuuKalafat
: and the Mienouri is in these
slavery compromise Iu 1850 3,2u1,321 hi y lbsectional) spiiitof Whi jery, and was unequal'as it Douglas ami the Piesielei.t are but their iIbtru- of the New York waa invested by an army of 60,000 Kmsians. -

, vcrds: j his late speech shows, to llw cris'u now upon the tnenU. Further disclosures will be furthctimnui.The Washington correspondent The Czar had given orders to his General to

5' That the Constitution and all laws of the United j TEUHIBLI1 country. pocr, opprtmid North She will assuredly Herald writes- drive the Turks out of Lesser Wallachia about father
: : State* which are not locally inapplicable, hall have \ "The end of tie Gardiner drama has created the delay.
tie tome force and effect within the said rritoiy of A convention of abolitiouiats at Boston, hurled the it-solve the Uuiwn if the South don't stop bearing most profound sedation here It is universally said AelL-iutch fiomTrebiJoa, elated Feb. 14. state

4N4 Nebraska M elsewhere in the United States, except following anathema ogoiust President Pierce : New Orleans torn Market.A down eo bard upon her. that the government dh.>uld turn its attention to the that SelmmjU with ten thousand men is marchingr

. ,44 the 8th ccli.
aioo of Miwoari into the Union, ap|>roved March 60i, treason against the cuurc of liberty -of tram tiling un- the receipt of the Europa's news. 70,000 busheh* Blorida Ship Canal and Hailroad- before the Coiinie.k'n. If the case was n (raud. Wad- Russians.

1'jfl 1620, which being inconsistent with the principle of her foot Uie provieioiii! of the constitution, anti innkin changed haueLj iu one day, at a decliuu of 20 ccut* a A correspondent of the Charleston Courier, who dy Thompson, Cor win, ttc., should be made to show Dates from Vienna to the 10th ?ive the detail Ota
oon-btervention by Congress with slavery in the it more than ever the guardian and bulwaikof a form dates St Johns River Feb. 21th I that they had no Land in it either by inflating the amount conflict at Giurgera, on the 6taof February--
2 States and Territories, as recognized by the legislation dcsjwtism too revolting to be tolerated on the soil busheL At last a'lrku-i' corn was selling at 53 to 62 says:- casuallymet ,or otherwise. Now that Gardiner is lead it Eight hundred Turks, with eight gun boat and fc*

iri :. of Ib50, commonly called the'compromise mea- of Europe ; and, therefore, he is to be impeached and cents per busheL Mr. George Center, late Collector of the pot L of will be a difficult matter for tho government to get sailing vessels, crossed the Danube early in the mei5'

aure,' M hereby declared to be inoperative and void; branded as the vilest of all the tyrants who now curse St Augustine, on the steamer Florida Uia morning. legal possession of the money. If the courts can follow lag, and landed near the eiuarantino building, trr**

'r: it being the true intent and meaning of this act pot to the nations of the earth-and us one upon whom Piu.s Public Sentiment,-In battling the Nebragki bill, lie is just from Manatee river Iiaviug been there for it to his heirs, t-o they can also to his counsel, and log themselves in line of battle. Two battalion**

diIs. legukte slavery into any Territory or State, or U Ninth of Italy, and Francis Jiweph of Austria and gays the New Yoik Journal Cennuierec, sonic of some time with Captain Smith and his party, who to every man who has received directly or indirectly Russian opened a murderous fire, lasting three !b0**
ir exclude H therrlrem, but to leave the }people thereof Nicholas tf Kuscia, may look down with scorn and any portion of it The civil suit which was pending and forcing the Turks finally to retreat to RuUeM*
perfectly (tee to form and regulate their domestic in- deiisioa. our co temporaries claim that the public sent/went/ of are engaged in a survey for the proposed ship canal for the recovery of the money certainly expires with The Russian also suffered severely.

Fii tituljout to tbeir own way, subject only to the ConsUtution Uie North is almost unanimous against the measure. acres the peainsula etf Florida. I am sorry to hear Gardiner's death Advice from Crawjowa state that bad weatb* *

of the United States; provided that nothing The Pfotprct*-The Washington, Star says-Discussing We are not so sure of it. At all event, it u net so i hat the report will probably bo unfavorable. That lone prevented the Russians from attacking KalaB Slowing **"

cootaiued iu this ahnll beeow.trued to revive or put iu unanimous against it, if the it could be made fact but the It is said that Secretary Marcy, besides instructing ENGLAND.-The Government baa chartered tbi
force law or regulation which have existed the prospect for the enactment of the Nebraska nearly we may judge by u of course a expense steiimer to to Malta. 7'**
any convey troops
: may in Star mentioned that expression of public sentiment thus fat made, in Legislatures would be in comparison with the benefit our Minister at the British Court to demand from that prOPIIII'
J-t prior; to the act of 0th March 1820, either protecting, Bill yesterday's we we very great the General Steamship Company the

iljii Mtabluuiag:, prohibitiug or abolishing slavery. knew of enough members from oaa-alavebolding State aud otherwise, as it was infavtir of the Wil! to be expected from it The contemplated Railroad Government the meaning of Lord Clarendon'* declar Cape of Good Hope. G4Aa Elee. and Jtf*! k P*

I The amendment of Mr. Badger guards the bill from 'who are for it, to make its majority forty in the House mot Proviso at one time. The Missouri Compromise from the Gulf of Mexico to the Atlantic oceuin-Cedar alien that the understanding between France and England.embraces the Oriental Steamship Coorpany, the Himalaj***
nina and from the Cunard "
UM preeamptioo IB favor of slavery which might otherwise all the member being present Subsequently we I it the Wilmot Frovwo, as it respect tbe unorganized Key and Ret Bluff, being the termination-would both Hemispheres immediately sought agara and Repon Cambria; ; from the Australiaa Company.(CoffipP

have been luTeTrei from its legal existence iu leant from aatis factory authority, of six other who territory acquired under the Treaty of Louisiana. almost, if not entirely supersede the necessity of the an interview with the English and French Ministers b the Victoria. j

the United SUtes Public sentiment in regard to the Wihnot Proviso canal and that i in such fair of being Washington. The steamer EJarbtnger Hydaspea, and QJJ5
t the territory pi or to ill purcbwe by are frieoda. So they go. ship a* DOW way _ the **

tmder the Louisiana treaty. Mr. Cali, who wa abMnt proper was reversed after time was had for reflection built, any disappointment iu respect to the ship High Priff-for Xejsots.-Tbs Gonzales (Texas) the Government Sooth bad for also the. been chartered of by*. -

ist when the bill WM ordered to be engrossed exprewed 1r A Washington letter i io the New York Timei I ; it i is quite as likely to be so in the present canal will be lessened in the expectation DOW excited Enquirer, say, tluit an administration sale at that The new Reform bill conveyance wa introduced troop *|tht 2

liis thaoU to Mr. liadger for this aoieodmeat, says :-We can count up at lead fourteen or fifteen case. several were cold oa credit o' of Commons on the 13th nit, by Lord JobS
town recently, negroes
k3 d congratulaUd th SouHi to timely an *ct ofooooSation. r Senator who propose to speak on the Nebraska bill! t A frightful accident occurred at Niagara FalLs rates The details of the bill are distasteful both to
follow
ufoa at the :
*
He thought th. of tie bill would I ere the rote i* taken ; *o that U i* good for at least't Tbe Legislature of Illinois ha p4ed resolution on Friday, Feb. 24. Several person*,, it appear twelve month servativea and liberal th
paswga and child, two months oW ?1,435 Is ba
tho Nebraska Bill and their One woman ; one It ia that Lord 1agln to
sustaining this of reported
the
course caf
three week more m that branch, unlec*extraordinary were at work at the susp.naioubridgewheo tlit D
close the fouataio of bitter an
I forever waters. three old. f.120; one woman and child command of tlie force *ent toTurkey,
! measure are taken to cut off the debate. Mr. Doug distinguished Senator, Judge Dvugla folding on which they were standing gave way pro.oipitating boy, year of Earl Carc% n, Generals, EVaDI aa
Cambridge
oil, $1.500 one woman and child ,
la* tc evideutiy considerably worrkd about tfce Ptr COM fro Judge Douglas wa bung iu Efy two of them from a height of 240 feet- three year ; two Brotherton to have appoints-
LM are
Nkholsoo Editor the Union prospect
P. of
A. O. Bnq, thrazements
old .
oW, $1,500; one boy, seven $590 IIo
ahead. oa Boston Common, with this io.crpttoa-"S. A. They were of course instantly killed. Two other years years ;- Lord John Ruisell stated ra the -
:r beeelted Printer of the House for thi balance of O ED
Not much, we bouU jndg, from the triuiaphanti Douglas, tbe' author of the infamous Nebraska Bill-. saved themselves by catching hold of the cable, to one man about twenty-five years old, f 1,652. Total- bad been made between toI he 5k bY
the ,eesnn. ItIs rumored ibat Cl Torory u to K J3.507. French Ambassadors aa to the oourue
4u.1e lies 'tatv.i ith Lr.N. i result iu tbo Senate. to* Benedict Arsol-J of 1 51.- I 1 xbich tBy clung until rescued.




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I .. -*---fleets.--- H al Ut dthat tb. GOT-I Ibd later from the United State to Austria, and May,adminUtrator of Richard General may also curtail or di c nitinue the see, 1 : NEW GROCERY STO E.Fresk .-- : -. .:11oes&c- -

*' < to be diiaatUfied with Count understand B. Cole and of Caroline Cole and in at / rt rata oVcrease of pay. all..whig one month's .
non was head extra
of the
Engineering T UST mrrived.-from the Pilooroer.n"hriTM ortni otJ
_$ i\ao\ to AuMria. The object was to-! hia own rigltt, and Margaret M. Cole coniprtssati-n on the mount di.!pen,. d withb.
orldrs neutrild! of Auetria ia case of war, but it Department in the American arniy. The Embassy wife of said Aa May, Complfliujuit In Chancery, ever, in bw opinion, the public interests do not require Groceries I'reyN.u, of IW. itxke tc. IHODGK IS3
litre the is Bild to feel the affront deeply. Cl. I in Jefferson the same, or m ease be desires to supersede it by a AT JAMES B. GAMBLE'S OLD STAND. Februar !5. 1854. 8

bIjIileJ.rr._Hi* French Government continues its % e really hope, for the credit of our country Bunrell McBride, admini'tral of .Comity. different grade of transporlati. .

rutIOfl f' ar itb the greatest sictivity. The that another misunderstanding of this I Alexander R. Murray. Alvin May Middle CircuitAa 7. Pnj mcnt will be made for the Penned! by collections B. C. LEWIS Nail ---.I

LJ hern ordered to sea immediately.A' kind will not In the middle of and wife, Caroline M.'May. and the from, or drafts on. postmasters, or other* Lte. after 9 X KEGS Cut
)!..ndiy. the I3oure ns very arm.rlie .- again occur. children and heirs of Rk-imrd B. Ole, the expiration on each quarter.-.sav iu February, HAS just received nnd u opcnitvg for sale at above ,t'I KI10IX1KISS48COTT.
l'jrit ETnpenv of Austria would makerculflOfl the nineteenth century such a dispute is and Caroline Cole, deceased, De May, ujut; and November. entire new stock of Groceries and Provbiunswbicb Febniary tS 1U4. S-'- '

.lEimvith the Western Powm, if .the Ru.; worse than a mistake-It is a blunder.A fendants. 8. The di-tances are given acrordng to the bot in- are at cash pruxs/or to/ only. The Stock

the nuube, had produced nn important T appearing by affidavit of J. T. Archer, that fonnation ; butooincreaHsdpny will be allowed should t embraces, Tobacco. *"%
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,mn'eQ the fwid. Thee CIUeeJ 691. 7:
t, cimeut prevailed in Lombardy. I Idetiky Strong of Florida, it u ordered that said defrtidint appear plied be correctly stated. Bidders must inform them-1 Lard, Rice, Fij 's Cider, 50 4 SCOTt

had z.uJ proclamation to arrest al! From the Stcubenville Herald, March 25, 1651.t and answer the complainant's Bill on or before the selves on this' point. j Flour, Suffars, Ni.ts. Vinegar, February 21;. TSM. 8FAIRBANKS'

prcsdwg 0t5. All lUly was cxeiami 39" The render i* reiciTed to an advertisement in first Monday in Auguct next. otbenrwc the same ill 9. .The PoutnuKter General prohibited by law Bacon, Mobwses, Whiskey, Tobacco,

persofli I another cohimn, which gies the details of wonderful be taLeu pi o confeo again-t biui. Provided, a copy from knowiughr ttafcing contract for; tlie tian porta- Coffee, Soaps. Wines Cigars, J
J. J.tvEarooi, Feb. 14th-At Liver- 4 cure from the use of WL
fluir crniii continued without chanpe. i certified to have been effected not in Maine, nor in li hed in the Middle Circuit of Florida for four DHUitbi into, or propf ed to cuter into, any combination Pepper, icails, KctciU! [>, Ci-d Fih, PLATFORM SCALED

;: CtI flur 40 @ 41 Baltimore 41 @ 42s. < I .,ui. ville, nor in Oregon, but here, milm.'t in your next pr.Mediiim the said rule day in Au 'unl n -xtOuntRin to prevent the making ot any bid fir a mail contract CIicc1sp. Sardiufs, Suc-etUil, Potatoes,
tent IAt by any oilier person or persona, or wjio shall have Dried LONG KJfOWS--SEVEKEIT TSTTED -
tUatiflg between i uii.Ut. Head it, nud judge for yiurciePublic :- AT CHAMBERS. J. WAYLLS BAKEU. Ueef. Butter Sbot, Crackers, -.
1d) be&t vu firm at previous ratee.tCOT I attention is mit respectfully iuvi'ed to the March ((4tli) 11, 1854. 4in 10 jud e. made atic agreement, IT rhall liave given performed Dri'd A pples.Pigs Feet, Puss her. Claret -ALWAYS BIGHT, TIM ACK2tOW -
or promise lf give or perform, any confederation what Peaches
) DESPATCII.'E1T i plain unvarnished statement >f your own follow c.i- 1''tash, -! .KDGKf) $BXJLJfOAttD
ever, or to clu, ur not to do, anything whatever in or- March 4, 1654. 9
?w Jsqian Friqntr on a ', zen Mr. Stephetwn. whose child was wonderfully Rice. Jet to induce any other} person or persons not to bid Agents-New Tork.FAIRBANKS 4 Co.89 Water at
restored to health the of Dr. M'Laue's Yerniifupe
i by use
flqliRF. and Frrnrh Foree* i, Tierce" fresh Carolina Rioe, jut reeeivd from for a mail contract Particular attention is called to New Goods. February 2 185-1. 8 6m
-Jurfc' fc ee'oJ edition of the London hermorTIifl. ,[ SIX UEKUY 4KOWLES.Ma. ( the C th wction of the act of lb3C, prohibiting combinations RECEIVED, Schooner Anthem
te.Tbe per
7,' k.'s. s. contain* private tie*patch 1 I Ik"fl j Ciioss CHEEK Tr. near Jl7nfrRrilPtJcf. Co. O. ) .eh 11. 1S54. 10 to prevent bidding. ,Li. JUST' New York a fine amortment of Candies.

tatiug tli'it n tlie Ruscian sqindr.'ti.jrin reit \ March l ,?th, Wl. fMiweR --- 10. A bid received nfrer: time, v 17 : 9 a. m. of the Boots, fehocs, Ace., for Spring and received a fresL: euppl/ of Stnart's Candte

para. Jit.it the combined fleets had left J. Kinn t Co -I hare a little boy three United States Mails. H'lh of April. 1S54. or uitliotit the guarantee required Summer wear. JUST O. : J. 1IEGIN5ES3.

k dzI. T(' RItsitI1 fri utes were pent to 6i-*. years nld the 17th d.iy I of ihin month, hat has l>eeu I by laW, or that combine several routes in one sum of Gentlemen's Fine Calf Sewed Boots, S 7 4t

fI1 Tha Z Chefkat, where they attacked the very -iioate in health for wine time. After trying n Po*.T OniCL DtrRTMEXT, ) : compensation; cannot be considered in competition .. Patent Leather Strap Shoes, February 13,1853.

mi Ml ftUt) ?flU( | jjn-at many other medicine".without rtvenins; any February 20, ISM.! ) ( with a regular prt.poeil reasonable in amount. .4 BIk: Lasting Congress UuiUrs, Just Received
frt.Kir IIkl! niL.t 'arbke preparation were gum; on iM-neiit fioin tlu-ir ti., I was indueed to try Dr.O. M'LaTie'i 1 1. Hidders i-hould. in al! ca es. firt-t propose for a Col.JCa.suutr '
laTkI.AsiA AiUL-ricitn W mn Sivcitic or Vermifuge.-is PROPOSAL for enrrvins the mails of th I'nited Mrie ctrictly according to the advtrtiinient. and Ladies' Black Lasting Gaiters, FROM New Orleans, per schr. W. K. P tte,

a jn 1In Asia. Ktirschia Pat>lia had reiranis.i put up bv your hi.nois-and wondorful relate, after July 1, IS.4. to June 3", Isoo, in tl.fii, it they desire. *>f>uiute'y for ditferrut ee'vioe : .* Linen Gaiters, ( Bbla. Extra Flour. -

Tmti forces aud vas about to resume tiJTenti pvin 'l.ini! two tea p< .>u-> full he passed ICOVOIIIH Gioni.i and FLOP.Im'A. will be receded at the Contiact -'and if the regular bid be tin"lo a t ofTert-d f.-r tlie, Kid Wakir.f! SW, nnd Slipper-, 40 do! Superfine Flour, .

,the,\ pptfuUotn vith ZOOuo iufuutrv and ,ooo cav- \ 6.>iie (if tliem verylaiii"', and otln.r not thick- I Olliceof the 1\M Odice) Le1'nrtrnentVahuri- muhertietl service, the other Lid- may \x considered A complete assortment -f MUtes, toys and CiuIJren'sShoe 25 do New Orlfc.-TW Syrup, -
D. C.. unlil V.i. April 10. ls..4' to JJApil t ,,, .. 25 dt Rectified
m Wbukejr
n. ,
*r luau n iiiim.iii M/oil knitti'n! : needle ; wnce wnieh (a1Ti. ; .- -nlt..rLthI11't..- T I frtrutcriil.. .11..>A- fft' + tttt ** L.I l.w Ui *LIIV 1.A *. ALSO, 5

}' *, ct-'flc military force to asMj .dcilhnt health. | : 25. 1i1. ((bcinsj routes cbtatliabed. by act of [ postmaster and rlluen* interested, or if they shall ap-- Ladies' French Corsets, 2 Tierces Rice,

)! eiIIf.ii't3y l iertcd, will er-ntit 4".OuO Fi eneh nii-1 i* :it thi- time ije'liii very :1hy or fit. is the j March 3. 1653)) ( >ar maiiifooilv rLdit nud proper. bilk and Linen Lacut*,
V Mi'l! 10( HHJ Etijlith troops ; the latter, if nectary tobr 4.1,1 mien t-av. AIH! I inu t fay. 1 believe that if he GEORGIA.; i 1C. There fchould bt but cue route bid for in a pro- O. A J. MEGLN'XISS. 15 BLU. Apples, '

bad not t.ikon the Vtrniiiu, he would ere this hate '!I isal. I March 4, 1854. 9NailsHouow Cw 5 do Oranges,
increa-e-I to 20,000. From July 1, 1851, to June SO, IS.. .. .
1 do Pecann Xuff
the tomU 1?. Ti-.e route the c ervice. the the 1- -
The : Jrou xull comis* of SO fail of vwlf, incbJine bi-cu cvusijTiied to ; yearly p.iy. name
bqtta:20 bcrew *teamen 3 puddle ieamor nt>d 7ai'.iu josvi'ii v. sTnriiEN'soy.F 3143 From ilsomn imvifle. by Ku-twrwd.to Micko-ukie ,: and ri"i Cocoa Nuta.

!; vc-el*. with a total of 2,000 p
*itlmut, reckoning the oquadrouof Ailm'iTHl Curry at tne A fiu-v Iii every Town in the Suuth. : Tlinrt'm V.'ednebd-iy! at S a n : '! s-ttto.t 1 id-", ihr miwlc of conn-vanee, if a higher mode tJ 40' K -ES; Old Uoiriijion Njiil*. February 18, 1854. 7

*i'J bo the u ot powerful ever fitted out by Great March 4, 14.CO.N(1PT1OV. 'J 2tmviy Arri%. at MicWukie .IlIiIe hay by 1 p rn ; j I than lrteb.wk be inteu'led. The \v.rds'with) due i iI itfi i ton of assorted HollowWare, (heavy.) Valuable Lands for Sale.

britain. i Leave MukoMikieVdneiHliiy i
In the Riiyal dnck varJ. the f.irmnti- au
mem of fleets pnweetl with cr.>nt activity fl.ituriiir! d *o'I'e.: It iiwmien'v$ and ir.eree F 4) I 3441 Fr..mTboiRa villto Baintiulije, 40 miles and! 14. The l.iiIh'uI.I! bvnt un.l.-,. wal. addressed to March 4. 1864. 6t 9 /JL Gee, deceased, may"Ins treated fur pritaleiy, by

The Dew ship. Mary T. Stmrctt. from New York i.luouiily, that befme one i. aware < f it. the hint;* ba"k, f'tte a week. the S.-i".n'l! _-i-'tint Pi-ma-er! Cm-rul,superscribed I application to either of tie Executor. .
for Huvrc, wi aban k'ued February 1 8. Tlie crew ire a inaf IvI. /a *, then a sud-Jcn oxr.re >J-lianffe) % Leave Tlmtn f v !Wednesday!! at 9am ; | Mail I'rojio als in the Stat,' of--." It {-h- uld I L Corn, Com.OAA MARTHA.! GEE. Executrix;

were taken off by the ship Westmoiclaud, cud lie from heat to <-.1,1(1. ] t-.Itv.e an il'fl.fut/tsa. nnd in a arrive; at 1.iimi.e! n 'Xt d.iy! by 12 in ; 1 iruarurtitjJ.: and the !suftiei M>ey <>f the unrantor I PACKS PRIME WHITE CORN, fr sale R. K. CALL. Ezeentore.

wM then cuttled. few (Java or wr -k*, it i if fM, he <>r 'hi' died ut ha-t\ L.av.. 1aehric! 1 Imrsday at "> p in : I vrtiri...l. (*ee f'-mi) and! should, be; di patch -d in time |I -. \J\J I..reahby B. C. LEWIS. C. IL Ds-rONT,
CONSUMPTION r-i nil troubled wi'h n-nL-li rIijiis Arriv' mit Th.naviIlc ittxt day by 6 p m. tO )1-e nceixed by cr Ifore9 a.tu. of the loth of April March, 1S54. February 18, 1854. 7 600 [SentineL

STILL LATER. j eoirj'lai'it, we would refer to the ndreitixwentthe 5445 From nirj-iv. l.y D.nid Vet-ttit-ld's. to iCI. nv*. |11851.
< .'ut-idir of thiii pnpcr of.In IOTI' Chrrnieal Ijctrart I ltiv Te'Mu 1"') tailanil bak, mice :. eel:. 15 The eontnrts are to l>e .'xecut..l and returned Coffee. Attention, Farmers. .

ATLAMJC. whih said be Leave F.lli-1'iy: : M> t.day; nt *' a in : to the d"jiartm'-nt. by or Ix-fore the 1st of July. If 54. TTACHED Stable
ARRIVAL OF TI1E.tLPSISB cf" Cherry} and Dn wort, i< to a : O A SACKS RIO COFFEC-20 do. Java for sale to my T-irery
Al-o Arrive n' ('lemvelmndiextVcd'ihmv; l be fi pin ; 1 t;. Strtii'ii 1 S of an art ofCon-jrefii! npproved MareliS. is .
tertainrure fur this awful cli-ea-e. Azr Tinki U by B. C. LEWIS. n Blaeksmiths'chop, in whieh al
for all di.-caacs of the Loa\ Cleav eland Thim-day lit '* a ni ; 145. pp-vid that etmtiaetf.ir) the tranfportaticm I kinds of work that bus
Tie stesmcr .4//>t reached Yew York on the Sth <> Itolui the great leiuedy j March 4. 1851. 9 appertaicmg to
hiiir.in Arm' at l"l"jay next Saturday l I.v *t p m. j I-f the lt.5!! i-hail !ht- l b.t. in -\ cry cas. to th. lowest iuess K done in good r.tyle. at short notice, and oo a* .
nut, witL Liverpool dates to the 18th February. 5446 Fr'tfl.tItIZ Cane. \t.v Su -k Hill. T -kently hi !Idtr t.':id"rin M.filrient gtanmtet fr fuithfiil ptrI Flour. reasonable! terms as at any other *bop in the city.Farmiti .- .

C<. TpvTl e sales (1 the week w re 70MO ba ;sf au1 I Cjitieax. t.' T.tlkinj 1uckit! unU-s aud l ..rman<'f. without leftrence to the mud*' of trau pnr- DR.) h.P. BROW.01' \. A BBLS. HIRAM SMITH'S EXTRA
-f wli-'li f- -.-uLt..- took 21.WO aud exp. iter 3.fin. .- back .'ii' a wet-k. |I tat ion. l"ir-r! U/w hw a n*-w description of bids -J JLVJ R* ds. Clevwes, Heel Pin", 4c kept ready made and
The deniaud o-aitiutUHl active. Middling qualttie -. THE CITY OF NEW YORK. Ijeave Y
laJ aJvanwd 1-lCtli. Exporters: hnd tukeii 3. FFERS his services t<> the citiz 'n or TallaliatMO Atnve at Titlkin Kwk san'e iia\ I h-) 9 pin ; i i vt-A'afM'e. bi.t eIEi"1s to take th entire mad eaHi trip F I SO Extra St. Louis, opportunity ofaupplving themselves without being

iUObih') 1 I'he following are the ct.bii.r quotatioitsviriMiJUin O and ailj"iriin count rj aH l'liy-ieiami d.iy at 5 n rn ; '' with e.'Iarjtv'rtaiiitv.. nail i><-tii,its-, usinsr the terms 50 Superfine Ohio-for sale by delayed. P. JJ. BROKAW.

.; Orleans, 5 15-10 Fuir Mobile, C4 : *. or TV'atcr CHIC pnueiple.! His office bin I Arnve at Y 'iing Cane Mine: day by 7 p m. \jofUi.* law. Tliesc bid, r.re tt3td.. fr-mj the manner I March 4, lt 54. 9 B. C. LEWIS.1acou t February ii. 1854. 6 Sm .

M.JhnzM.bile,5j.. lh- 1'l.intei"'s IJutel. Con-ultatioii, frff ;13417 Fr-nn Butler. l by Wildier'e Mills"to"Buena Vista. in'nliKb tLey are V ctated: i.i.s the b-x.k of the de- i! and Fork. 4#4

Tin- real tnuiwtcti'ia* of die market, li-jwever, tluw Marrh I I 1S54. Ill 2t 50 miles a'rl 1 Jback, once a week. i i |Kirnifitt, ilnr FJ"iuIICI they will *l Ie cotistrnetl I SKI-LIGHT DAIERREAGALLERY,
from HCtli t' th bettei tlu.n the aU.>e Leave Iutl! <-r ueiay at fi am ; j 1 i as prn\idlng! f T tie entire mad, Jioirn'r ltryr, and '. -t A CASKS Sides,

Turkry inJ li*i
cliati; e lu the Eastern question tincethe sailing of the TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA.TUI5 : Buena Vita WediK'iklay at 1 p in ; ]1 I gt I.rr ma "cff">''/. fftlaintifntiiln-e>irf'tJ' ''| 2 Shoulder?, I *IIE subscribers respectfully announce tr> the LaJ. -
Auleh The larger part 'f the Allied fleet Loa ben Arrive at ButKr next d.iv I lv 0 p in.S44& Suvh l.ii 1* viI! tliertf're be ecepfed in pref.reniv elbLis Mess Potk. die and! gentlemen of Tallahassee and vicinity '
rfJi-red t remain lu tlie H.h-jihcrus. EeialilUhmejit if miriw ia fu'l 'perr4tion. All Fnnn llf-ni.\ bv Th"nuc'9. Cirri'H' Mil!*, Oceola. '' to huhr bid f*r -[ rt'inc mode of conveyance en 10 PumePork. B. C. LEWIS. that their Gallery La open daily for the reception of

J bei tbs U'en no further operations on the Danube I I njil lie attended to witli ]in>n.j.tiite and Ala.. HI id HoweiU More, to Centre(., n.esnud routes win-re ti. I wf>t ifl'NItof eouvvance thatlis -March- -4.- 1R1.-- 9 visitors Sundaj s exccpted. MinLituics taken of all I'

Outer J'adia had hanged two Greek *j>i s. IvoltUt all \\ wn to In- ia-utflej.'nt_ Tobacco sizes and styles of the art. Ladies and gentlemen aro d

w n. gut n-oueJ with S0,<100 men. i All kin !s uf work, such 8'4 "t<-amVi 4)rk, Mill Woik.flin Leave J Rome! M"Uiav] i>t .* a m ; ;, In all raeh'i a- t the K>wtt; priiilof service ?i' In- invited to call and examine their ,pecim >iS.X. .

Get., Anstf. wlw cutumuided] the IlusHan at the (Je'irin Sugar Mill Circular Saw Machiiu-ry, Arri\t at C\litre i-ani1 day l-y 7 p m ; | }\fed to l I'e >ufni.-t.t, the lowmt bid will 1.. ficet[>e
Ltt "t 1 4'ituti;. l bus been disgraced, aud M-iit to Cau- Shafting.) 1'u1lvihlamm.rrs.. I'i'irlm Ca,.tnip liraCasliu -** L' ave Ci-ntre Tu -?-lay it 5 u in ; iif 'iuly ifuaruati, in prcfirctice to a "star"or ere- pain. All for cash. B. C LEWIS. I Duguerrtau material* fur saic.

C.MU ( itriu;) !.. . Su ar Kittle.*, of any hlzc. kept Arrive ut Rome huu" thy l L'y 7 p iu.FLOUI1M. 1 citic i. .L March 4. IfM. 9 EUHXb 4 BAILEY. 'I.,.'.

T4e flriim-hi ,teanr Hvira. with fotsi* Tuils inb'arl eoiibtantly i n haud. All WOIK d"U in 5U&li! .m -stdlihui |I WIii tl-e 1 ilTrest M.I is not a star bid, and specifierith to Jail in Monticelln. February February 11. IS54. 6 ly
I, w.ut j. h'ite nvM SclustajHul, auid was tuzcily >-ut will \\n sjotie! I l'u*. \sith a parlicula.r regard I .- -r n<> Litdrr en it.( cy7 .nVm .de of rontevai.o "RIi01
r. ov July 1. 1 54, tu Jnn. r(\ \f-T. I IS5C1 27. Ibot, one titlZu') man named MAJO1.m .
tliH) KUNI.VM.I t" thet>treinrth iinddur.ilnlity < t the nk. it will in.: !hceqitcd. but ,.et ai.kfur a sK-cific bid | who that be W-.ngs to Maj. G. T. Ward Watch, Clock Repairing&c..

I j-sia w PtiU -nen.rinz to i'npreBS upon LeT ";!2- C.'p.-t-t \Viai ikm<.n uad i:> reaLia to put ujlil From M.idi-on! liy Ciiail" Mills, Cinrlc- rry. ': pr"| (*inj tLt-! i.tets.-i.ry service. : of Levii says County said acgro is aWit thirty-five rT'IIE undersigned gives notice to "

lierb ih.- It chdutcter <>t tho war. They ire t ildtiiat Etiiir. J4'. JsVw H'istiiM, Tiny, nnd Cnl"in to Clay Liiling : \\ hen! ti.e I.id tII't. iot: >picifva m<'Kleofe>nvPvan'vf.al old-dark entice C'-li-red, a"nt 5 f-et JL tl c eitizen of Tallahassee and z
urt-Vn fCLrut 1ermn ill ibi' .'ral. nnJ all troik done ftrictly fr I t' ) milo! and b.i'-k. niwv* a week. nl.en it rn" c.i forty year
? theY lh -ir wny to league the tepu'.chrc > ; -' i pr>-! >-< 6 t-i c: aoeordiruj to the nd-! inobi-s l n6iIeri'.lile clothinjr. such Oai
10 <
bgbba: as scrrounrliTCj thatthaTing
caontry
f.m" the baiiJs of the luiidels. I ca li. or u .-" pted order <'ti cutne biii-iiio** firm in tliipla -. Lf-a'.e Madi-xin, Mt>:iduy lit 7 a in ; 1 vc-rti-emeiiU" but Ithont SIVLt sj'w-eifleation. it will be per-
; de said also that be mnaneatlv settled ia this he has
() Watch.
n-tbunj-1! : m-gr says formerly city, opened a
Oil the amP diy the Atlat.tc icacbed New Yok *e. Lilwral j>ric .o paid for old liva, Ctij'j't.r anJ15ra Arrived Clay Laiidii g nut WeJu day !>y com.-i.ltre-d a a prt.p'ldIml j f .r Ix>rr tack service. belonged to Hector BraJcn. Clock, and Jewelry repairing estabfohinent,where all

Tith two (1av14 L.tvi uiUlligtMice.Tiie iAll C p m ; ( IS. A UKviiucritiiin of a bid in any of it* ersent'al JOEL WALKER kindj of work bl<'Hiring to that line of business will
,
,
maiket tiat ctrl decline of 1-Cd letters mit lM adtie! '=<'d {p..st paid) to Le.ive Clay Lindm Tlirrs-lay af 7 a m i k ,
C.-tU'ti wa a ; terms tatau.i.'int ti a new I bil!, dcunnot be receired. March 4. 1851. 9 Sheriff of n".rjn( Couuty. be performed with despatch and on good terms. For 1;t-
SJcs iif tbree day, 19,000 fur export, and caTlie J. M. ShiNE JL CO, TulLihatf.ee, lla. Anive at MaJi&on next Satin: day by d p m.33C2 {,
l..ti.in 'IIl March 11. 1S54. M I'rum l'erzit.la, \Variiujjtuu, uivv-varJ,) 9 l.wt hour cot f T reeriviic blJiI Public Auction. i etairs. Entrance indicated by a Jjff". Persons
CzaiV letter was received at Paris from St. I'e- mi!.'* and Iwk. d.iilv.: I 21. Vtmuvr! are to be eareful not to certify the up Clocks neediotr which do desire
t having1 they not
teriL..urg i>u the If>tli. sTi'bolas doe* not awept the For Charleston.4rrm Lrt-a\e IVniaen" daily nt 9 a m; I -utIit'i'ut.y of gli.r.i.tur< ir *ur(-tie.s without knowing Valiuille Lands for Sale.THE to hare removed will repair be waited on at their boasts,

\itt1Ptald fjran airnfijement piescjited to Jjj.il. lit' \ i: Pnek, t Sehr.M.mGXOLTAii i now tnILJ Arrive VT&nincrton; by 12 in ; thv th<*v are p rwiis of sufiicient refpfio-ibilitr ; atutt t Est-cutrix and Executors of the late Mr. Hen t by notifying me in or by letter. All work war
Mqeur, the IVeacu cJ.ciu! jourL! >.avi lii r UcLaa 'r-.21... : in r.trt'o, and will )li.ive ilesjiateh for L.>.ive Wnrrin, t<.n dsiily at 1 p m ; t ail bi Uer. g'marantc'rs. and -uretif-s are di-tiwtly no- I G e. will offer for sale at public Auction iu ranted. person J. SHONFELD.

m'e a-i e for a. pauSc sjlation of Uies'b'p euterii'U. he tiume port. }'or frnirlit or ji. *m n. 8III.I'V] | tuMcXAUOin Arrve at l'<'t---iiN.1a s.iiue bvv| 4pm.S5C"5 I tilled th.it. 'Ii u Li'uic t'i enter inlour perf-Tm the Qiiiney before the Court IL>'J>e d .vr, on the second MonT House, Room No. 1, stairs. P
I i OUilOXD. From IVti--,],!, |Iy ]>cjil-i.I, t.i Bdlevi!!*, Ala j <'IbI.tflII f T tli --ri-. jirpo.e.I] fur ii the acorpted (' Monday: April next the Cillon-iuj descriltJ tracts February 11. 154. 6 3m up[fSentineT.
are rapidly Siting; 4v1t at all the ports uf the i Newport, Marrh 11. 1K.4. 10 VO ir.i'.iaud! b.-.ck ne a veck.L I hi1-! tl.tir ltg-.il LulJiities will! be efvred iigunt <.f land ittuitd iu the emaily of Ga UJen.

lutie. French troop*, in _tf lea, were e.n.Xurl.nir; for ___________ ___________ .'av* P n acol.i Tued.n!; at 5 a in ; I tin in.i [ On Hut Creek near the ApalacLici! River. The Fresh Supplies
Turiey From the Dmulthere i ia nulLin n.w.- i iOajr'l'a I Lime Lime Attiteat BflU\ili! > n r\t Tii':r<"!.iy l by 11 a m ; I !'. The oon'rr.-t* will he ciil.mt-fls- the form* j X"rti! wet quarter, the Wt-t half of the Soutb-west

a was EtreuL'lhet.'m Li, p'.titj.'ii at Kalvfat, CASKS fifsh lin.e Jwvr -lkvileT"tiiPi'ay! at pin ; I lieret..f.ire nr--d in thi* departnient. r\cept iii the re- t quarter, and the South half of the East half of the JUST landed, from BriTaverneur,
Ijxui w-h tliisvr\ 4>ruk .>i up tin eawp at Shunila. 9(10 lauding perr.1 MJJtolia Arrive ut !Pen-afiJa n.-xt'Satrndav l Lv '. m.C564 |( .nti J 8 bbl*. Krfined Su pxr?,
and for f.ile.M p 'je.t- purtin.Iaily; i.: >>iKiI ilk the irtrtieti.'nu'I -. X"rtli east iparter Section 19 TowiuLipS Range *
TL< f irtifioiitii-n nt Cou! >tantiu"ple vas p nBin : From T.SMIJU l by K.-M5-iKV Stor. atiilSfrnm 1 5 Sacks liio and JIaracaibo Ccfle,
rllaV all r.iiln-ad aol i rteiTm.r.mt the andV 2SO less.
j4 XAUGIIT .{ OItMOND.I i n r.ut.-s e>'ntra'tt 4 C North -t, c ntainirg acre more or
: 10 bis. Hiram S nith Flour
Urailh of th Turki-li wAd U''irJ ,
urnjy. on tli" Newport 3l.rchIl.lb4. 1 ; St..ie. to Fortik'.loii, 110iiiiit.-s i id back, la River.J .-
u Boxes E. D. Cheese
20
tin fieeU excellent. Six thuutaud 4 ,
wat nien ui twvir I <* week.I .
< rii
a at the jof tin- nud into all iutenreiliafr Vre luilf Xorth east
SWtli-vest -
-u routes J The qnarler t quarter.
Juur left Cou the 7Ui uadcr Dried Applts Uuai rs. Wine,. &c, for sale by
ty Uuliu-'jde, 011 an! M .
a'jj : RiccT eavc Tainu -n ay it > a m ; |'4st i-tllcen ivl mure than eighty; rocb. fr .m the C.nt half >f the Xorth-east quarter of Stcti.imi 18 ilcNAUGHT
court tf ieii Etiplish war tten'iirt s.An Arme.it Foil Mell >n ri.-xt V\- lii sdavliT C rain 2 containing
prc; : Township : Range ,
iup *rtait: debate Las Hcnrred iu the E'iglishPaihatucut ) ) ICE: in tiero.; g, half tierce* aud L.rre! now landinjj Leave Fort Mi-lion I'Inir.hmy at 0 iii .. Newport. February II, 13 6
11 a ; 1'a; Present -ouirici: r an'! perJnn4 known at the acres tuorc T le,s.
subject of the an.i u t }per Magnolia. AN Middluu or Inokvn nd Arriv. at
amry <4vy .up- Tampa tn xt Saturd.iv l 14- .
> m.S5C5 j dppkrtineiit, mnt with others ..
y eijuillv -
'CL. l Turb atfoim. Tho of I for wtV tv McNAUGIiT! &. OltMOND.Nt prfjre jrnar Near the O'-kl'Kkonee River. The South quarter Fresh Supplies a' '
| uu< Queen Gieat Bntaiu Fron. Tampa t', O1)! Fort Mellon, Homily and uJiJ ii'-ute .
itiiti> cer of their sul
I > thiitiallyI
sufficiency South anJ the East half
bu isnueju tLc wp-Trt, March 11.1 1 '*54 10 East li&fofthe -west quarter
: proclatiW fuiUJdiug cX]>orta- back, ifi avt- k. ; in the fi.rr.u' :tl.Ve pn-nlie.L 1 heeeiiiScatesof j T ANDING. from Brigs Taveneur. LaTacet, and
I :
of Section and the West
North Ea t .
of th
Loa if arms auJ uiumct'.iti >n. -- ; : Ij4-av Tatujia Mviid.-y at (C a rn ; fiei. ncr mi.-t I I.e -i 'iicd t qimiter ; -.LA i Herald, and barks Gamble and C.VyiiQ3.. 5 M I..
by a
Provisions poetmoeUr, or a judge or balfof! the Soutb eat of Section 23, Town hip
& quarter
;
Arrive at Old Foit Mellon next Wcdnesdav ; c ( rk of .1 court of ree..rd. brkks 100 baits flay ; 25! backs Coffee; 3ubbla.and
From the A BULS. and CO hulf bbls C p ur; [ :2 Kan e 2 Northan4\Vemtcoutaithug491- more 140 hitlfbbls.Fhur- iii'. Refined Su ar; "Wine.LH
Ltrtrpoo" Times. 4 WLLkev, : | F.>r Form of tii 1 I. ir.urir.tee. and certificate. :c. &c.I j
less.I .
\J 5 eank* Jjiitii, sides Leave Old F-.it Mtl'it. or Chce e. Apples. Planting Potatoes Seed Oats
> ( Tbnn-lry nf e n rn ; I -CC ;fii"ral iidvt>rtn! *ri The American Legation-Plain Dross. 2 d'. Should I.r. Arrix *' atTainpa n.-nt Sat unlay"ty C p m. tie., cf Jauuarv, lt-01. :I In Leon county at Tallal aee before the Court f Nails. Hollow and Hardware, Cast Sweeps. Planta-

4fi I5il! #. \1..es J'ork, S5CC' From Tampa; to Old Tampa Ray.aLl back oi.ce 1 JAMES CAMPBELL j IL.une doer on the Sd Monday in April next, an unilivMed -t tiun Ir ti. assorted sizes, Horse Shoes Nail Rods. ifcc.
Some stir has been caused in diplomatic loo I (I dn. FU.I.T. a \ve<-k.l 3hirr-h l 1,131. 4t 10 Po- tma'ttr tvmmrd.; : half interest in all the fractions on Lake ImouLa.Situuteil For sale by MeNAUGUT
circles by the absence oftIs. American Ambasiador Z Casks \Vlit k* v, >ie w port. February 11. &54. 6

from the opening of Parliament! on 10 J LuohcLi Corn., Lird. OiL df.'r sale hv, S5C7 Fn.m. Fort Dade, by SptingfioKl.to Bay iVrt, JEW DAVID, OR HEBREW PLASTEE. Bannerman. t'Ct-therwitbaouitSO LLoidsiu the Western
Tueisday. Tue London 'limes blundered! in I McNAUGIiT JLOHMOND." ii'i'I bak.. once a Wo nc.! I end of faid Like. t Copartnership Notice.

its account of the thus Newport, Mai-ch 11, 1f54. In' Hidden* u ill ktate po;e x-1i >dt.le. IT Great; n ceremony :- t t"Only I'mfkioaU to commence- I l'i.-ireviJe! ij-tca.l I 1'aiu in the hide. Hip. Ii.uk. Liuih. and Joints tw., year Notes well eud-.red, bearing interest at

ono exception t ofiicial uniform |! A'otirr.ON of Fort lade will !1.Hoii! -i-r.-d.| WaI.i, King' Ilti: !, \\l.ite Swcllii.--! ,. Hard Tuin.r I the rates of 8 per ceLt per annum, until paid will bf ,. I-.
T8 observable, ami the S5CS; Fioin Still Junta and ail fixed whatever. Where, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
gentleman in quet he 17th of Ojlttluirpp. (..L, l.y OtithWt, Blakelv, pains required. -
Monday, day Apiil next, at Miuli-
tion, who appeared in and \Vrmd\il! -. Altu. to Maiiaiu 1- thu 1'la-ter If applied pain eai.not fiUt. MARTHA GEE Exeutrix.R.K.CAI.L. i iticUINEB
evelmng: dress and ou. I will apuly} lo the Hon. J. \Vale li.iker, : 14.. I5u: mills!
I It ba* U-en lsMii-iii-i.il in cai: .vsf wt-kH", such a*
fer-nicd and ba'-k ?
unpleasanriv concioas ol Li* singular.ttf ..ludi( M'f the Ciicuft( "Court f.>r the Middle "neuit of Ixrr.i-c O ,
lnboipr
was nt ones feet down tho American Floii'ja. f>r utith'irity to t>ell the fallowing real estate at 5 a m ;
.Minister." as Ainv.- at Miirianna next \\Vdiu...iay l>v S *. Aflceti'Mi 'If the LUII J* in thtir primary ; March 4. 1854. 9 BARNARD &. MAXWELL.
vf Audrcw P.ittrwiii minor to-wit > m
a : j :
It dt- iiiiiiii'iiiiti. l bY _
-trt.vs
Ix-avf M.inanna; ] I.tIr.Iay ut Tt a m : fctajjcs. .ri j ptre'iraltll.n.Jiiiiies [ | will be pleaded to fee their friends
hulf N..rth-eo't
The Eust of f i.f Section ; They
The mistake on the part of iho leadiV c-v. Towt.ahip one, llanire North juarlrr nnd Tlist. eighteen Arrive at O K-tli. rpc rit'xt Sattirdusy: S p. m. L Byd, 1'KLfiidistrict, South CV.ro'iin! i Specie Specie Specie ; aud patrons at the old stand HP-xinard,

oning: paper was tno good a thing to be JOHN H. PAITEllSON. 25C9 From Still<'pt.>a to KmlK'Howay, t'O tiiiliM! and tfhtitiea that l>y iti u-e aloii.li! was cured i>f Rlieu-, t'Olt sale by S. S. KNIGHT. Jri: nof the Mortar ctrncrof Mo&roo

fed over, andtlio Lniidar. ; "accord pa- bat-k, .>nca weik.I u.ati-in in Uith of lus Lnef" f.f et-ve-aI sear> tandmr.j 1. Felruarv 25. 1854. 8 and Clinton streets, where they will keep
: Globe March 11, 1t54. 4t 10 Nutur.il Guardian. r. iw5iiir Lauded "a _____
1 J t no time ii L'lv i I ,- StiK-! |>iea M< ndaynt J> a m; 'j Tie f was us by repectabt- a lull and enral! mrtr.ent of articles appertaining
Ftii lying the real facts. I II Anive it Fintiollmvav bv Piiv-teiaii in Gt.rgi.i : I Notice. '
\oticc. li m. I to their line of bmuiues, and solicit! the patronage of
%tt1i'r the .Minister nor l.-nve 5h-sttS.svijviL: A. ifEM>-finals : f have been u-j
auv member of Fir.'io'loTv-iiy jf< iiiav at 3 I I tlreir ft itnds and the
in ,
p ''I'IIC underIcnied 1m- -njijed the Services of
tl.e Lotion," Kijts the miniitoHaj: er-anj THE cnderMiinwd, adtnini-rratur on the rftae < f Anhe 8.t Stillepica! l.y S p'in. i I I "lux; vt'iir Livtrv.4rnd Tar Ilt-l-rcw! ['Iatmr very e1tfi.sivtly JL competent Tutor fir 11.5 hi. children is willing to re-a public.E.BARN'ARD.Ja..
S. \Vi! dfi-ea-ivd. lute of Le ft three anti it
m County, in my j-ract't-c r yara part;
was }irei=eiit information; hating) n oCiitbv I wive eiylit or ten pupils? (male and! f.-mae.! ) to board G. TROUP MAXWELL
gives nulii-c tall pi-r on, luiTin duniandi against I U with plea'ure that I utate usy belief iu tlieir SURe
the master of ceremonies, that members of said et-tati-<> ]ireMiit them wit Inn *.lie time preidihodby INSTUCTIONS.Ciulrtirirg I tiority OVFR ALL TIIU AUTIILI with! wbeh I aim in his family for the term of ton monthscommencing I February 1. ((4.) 1854. 6

!le Diplomatic: Corps tLust appear in court law, or this notice will be pickled iu hir of their I auiptiM-> fur \ hiob they are rec- April IbL F..r farther particulars' applv to SNUFF AKD TOBACCO.

dres. wLich cannot be worn bv she Atm-ii. recovery and all tlume! K-Lted are requoeled to condition* to If incurJHH alt J in t fir ton I oinnicndrJ. The Il.l-rew l'la-ter, epe(ijllis an February 25.1854._ OKEEN CI1AIRES.F .
Ligatiou without make paviueiit iinrnediatt-lv. traciR to lite trttnl the Lrpaitinent may dttm pioptl I-MVLBSAL i'AV\riA forl-iCal paiu I have aid.! ) f.iund Eighty Acre Land WarraHtOK PETER LOKILHRD. MAMTFACTUREB,
la"1 disrpga-d ng instruc- JAMES 1 and Brui- I SO. 42 CHATHAM 6T, X. T.
| JJAUFJr.LD, Adiuinistrator. 1. Seven minute's are allowed to each it a most excellent appliratkn frr Sprain*
intermediate sale. at this office.
March 11 1S.-.4. 10 fc'w offi'-e heii -'CI'. It irivea unaertal satisfaction nlu never nsetl. Enquire for sale! the following articles warranted
otherwise
'Hie London nit sjieciiicd, for ao*>itiu" tlic February !3, 1854. 8 OFFERS
Daily News ia highly ludig.,, I mail S. S. OSL1N, .L D. quality :.Macwboy. Scotch. Coarse

tant at tins! alleged insult put upon the Aim*, Tax Collectors' Sale. 2. No pay will be mad<. f.'r trips not performed Knoxville;, Ga, March 4th, 185. BurningFluid. Fiench. Rapee. Honey Dew, and other Snuffs; also
ican ; Fine Cut Tobacco in fiufil and A more
i people and Government and N the second nnd! fur ea<-h of uh oniis-iotis papers. particular
democratic in not
or Monday April next. I will oSV-r eatit-faciorily dx-
O A VOICE FROM GEORO1A.iJ .. 3 supply just ro-eived of description of the various articles con be Lad
for mle at the Court Houxc j ;plained, three time& the of the AFRESH
cotemporary Bpoikg mt in this stjle : iu TallahabM-e, BO pay trip mav* be de 1'uteiit Burning Fuid, bv sending fr a full current as above.
1 -b of the Kind ducted. For arrivals no ttr -hind time tieJuh wing tesizn&nyfrom a Physician. price
liere niu'
can bc no doubt that a deliberate' bc-lunging to the A p>il.irbienla Laud ; as to bleak LJIIIJJ and Liiibeed Oils, "February IS, 154. 7 3mTALLAHASEE
insult haii been offered to the Company (" FoibV Purcbabe ) its \\ ill pay the SUite connexion with dfpending mailand m>t cufTiitmlvexcued ( ,nLLiu-Your Hebrew Plaster has cured me Pure White Lead.

whicW, of nil othcru, U becomes great nntion'vith uiid% Couuty tiixc-o iluc thereon und the iucidefitul cx- ate fourth of the eompen..ati.n f.r the trm ofp&iusof which I hntc suffered for twelve years Albo-20) No. 10 and 11 Plows,
-tertain the l.et relations. We us to I Iof {'euses. JOHN H. JUIOUlis. TIIX Ase.sr, is kubject to f<.rf-iture. D.-dueti. will also be ordered past During this f>eri'id 1 labored under affliction bO Flow Points, : ii. 4-:

consideration the vjcax\\\ out I and Collector of Leon Couuty. for a grade if I'eif'riiiuice iuferior t that f|. -eified in i.f my loins and side, and tried many remedies that 15 doz. assorted Steel Weeding Hos. Jtc

tnagniude of o r trade I March 11, 1854. 10 fit l the extract. For repeated dtliiujutuei-b of Lla! kijd my own medical experience sujxesU-d, but without For sale bv G. it J. ilEGINNISS. FLORIDA
-wnth America, the community of lancu- hcicin ipeeified J i-nUrgt-cl. JH'udties, jtrt-jKirtimicd to obtaining relief. At length I used your Plnster. and I February 25. 1854. 8 4t Wholesale and Retail Dealer in

the common stock-we vm-ifl only point to uS the nature thereof and the impjt taticc of the mail' luubc \ am now by its gn..d -flccts entirely cured. I will recommend DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
possible' position in which England Notice. uiadc.l t15 Jew David or Hebrew Plaster tiall Oils, A.C. t

in may be T 01 at ""*' the intcrost of the Land 3. For leaving behind or throwing off, the mails who eulTervu from contraction of the muscles, or b
the Lw Com-
placed course of the war into which it I orally are TUS1 received from New York, per brig Suwonnee, Ea1VEET, Dyestuffs, Surgical Iiwtramenta.
and of them for
portion the
cm&ald. adu.i iun the side back. P
of
ettkiIi'i Ineve n.t > pu permanent pains in or B iled Linseed Oil
senger
BWJIS we arc entering. \Ve I ClIL14d. tn pur I Spices Snuff. Window Glass. Paints,
that hope however, I erit.ier g.m tithe "ii cav condition., the 6Ul>- or !or In-iug ooiicttriK-d HI j-rtting up or runniujj an *x- The people of Georgia have but to become acquainted Bet Sperm Oil. Oil. Varnishes Putty Manufactured Tobacco
auth.rj1 ,
a cause for iH-feeiing will not arise be ClibIt auJ the r C01k4..tOr to sell fm4 jn-e H eofl-eving commercial intelligence ahead of the witu its virtues when thy will resort to its use. Burning Fluid. and Glass Ware, Patent Medicine,

'treon the two great Anglo-Saxon nations on ill i atify .'ale (.I the 1iiua hOle. Th Atr mail!, a iuirten pay may be deducted. Youi truly, M. \V. WALKER. M. U, White Zine in Oil, Fine Soaps fine Tooth, Pure "Vines and Brandie*

a subject which is fitted to be debated between tVUtC Cthjtrct,. tsade by CoTuaFWL, aud will cx. 4. Fines will w inip.ned, unless the ilelinquciiry be Forsytlie, Monroe County, Ga Pure White Lead, and hair Brushes, for Medicinal purpoae,

a couple of Chamberlains of defunct principa'ities Settlcrji who imace ii..t promptly amid. mmzmtisfatewrily explained by cei tirieate* To Messrs. Scovil A Mead, New Orleans, La. No. 1 White Lead, Paint Drttthes Fancy Articles,
of the
jetmaet uflid.iviu
,
< 'rs or if
the mzie. JOhN w. toattemid p ther creditable Putty in caoa. HODGKISS A SCOTT. Garden Seed, Fine Havana Segtra
of the ancient Gcrmauic Confedera BEA1tjj la foiling to arrive in PLASTER ix K. C
contract time HEBREW
Ageiit nj person for JEW DAVID'S OK
Aludachicula the ; neg February, Ib54. 8 He baa recently reeevedMo.ik per brig* Ava Sawyer o4
tion. March 11, 1S54. Ljj C4'Lnpany. lecting to tale the mail from, or deliver it into, a post Mt as. StxiviL J: MEAD: I have been troubled a Loge and Fmk npptyolvftrj Yarietr

The most circumstantial account of tbsIy oflioe ; for Buffering it (owing either to the uu-uitable- with the chronic rheunmtUm for the last twel eyears. From New Orleans. of articles luually kept by dnnrgista. Piasters ndPhysiciam

business in the columns of the ( hess of the place or niuuner carryiug it) to be iujared On the 1st of Jtilv, 1849 I was so bad that I mill always find atthisestat,1i.dmua full
llector'g
appears
Morning Advertiser. Sale. destroyed, roblx-d. or lost ; and for refusing, after could not turn myself in "bed, and the pain so severe JUST arriving' at the Store of Hodgkfca & Scott> supply tf every thing needed,aud on the tcortltbenl

44 O N the third Monday in April next I ; demand, to rourey the mail as frequently as the con that I bad not slept a wink for *ix days. At this Westphalia Hams, terms.
Mr. Buchanan, we understand, wrote two uhe at tie Courl Houee in will offer fur tractor rui.s for other purposes. time mv attending physician prescribed the He-UvW 8bny"new Sugar Cured do. Orders from the '
Quine Country filled! and
letters for cards of admission to lut suite aud vi the land belonging to the APlachkA.la much 5. The Postmaster General may annul the contractor Plaster," and it aoUd like a charm : the paiu left me, New 4. Ribbed Bacon Sides, i guaranteed, with regard promptly both to prices and satisfaction >
( Leaf Lard.
othe1. KB PIWJ ( Forbe's 1)4zrchase.w) as will Corn. repeated failures to run rceubly to contract; for Uian half of the night, and in three *
answer was vouchsafed to these the and I slept mow | quality. Pbyuiuans
pay St&t prescription carefully eompminoed. -
South Carolina Rice
and disobeying the Post Office laws the ,
Iftv County Taxes due thereon, and the or instructions of abl to ride out I consider the Hebrew
printed form incident days I was ? --
eottld ot be stating that coart dresses Ie*. JAMES 31. the department ; fur refusing to discharge a carrier Plaster" the best rcnwdy for all sorts of pains now mG. Extra St. Louis Flour, AW. EPPING-S, COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT -
dispensed *itn and Tax when required by the doeo M"MLNN.lietd Sup.Fine do do.
two tkkets, Ae.eeaor 4 Collector of Gadiden department to ; for as- W. : OF BUCHU.i -
use.
one for a lady, wi,& does March 11 wyning time contract without the assent of the New New Orleans Syrup.do. .
not even ejjsL 1854. 6t IQ Post tfonvill N. C, Aug. 16. I860. i December 24,1653. 81 '
"In this wanner GoVemor ma Ur General ; fur running an express as aforesaid do* do. do. in } barrel,
Seymour. U S. orfor : Choice New Orleans Sugar.
Ambassador to the Court of RU wbi is Notice. niaiuxble traunportiug matter out of perwuw the mail.or packages Conveying Glass, Oils, WlUtcl>ad, L ,

LuW on bia way to St. Petersbi 1 6. The Postmaster aid b ue Imitation!. On Hand BOXES Window G1&M,assorted
was To protwit, at cue*, the lateral of the Lwjj Com. General may order an increase Beware tf Counfcrfeltt 1 00 size.
erUed fnra being prelent, although he pie. -a. pany, and to enable Mttlen who have hot of service eu a route by allowing therefor a pro roSa r&*Tbo genuine will In future nave the signature 1 Mackerel, Fulton 1!. Beet! 100 kegs Wlate Lead,pnre,extra 4 Jfo.l*
ed to hi Minister to him appli. to good title oondtUom' purclaaed ihcrwse on the eontract Ue mav change on the ated plate enpnvedlabefoo the N Plain bwreb Liiised Oil, "
get a ticket oi get on emy tie iHbenber chedul the of JiTATioa Locbfern Herring, Hams, -
of
ad. LardOO.
arrivals 6
thislios. He will probably be autuoriies tke Tax Collector to aell for 01 and departure., without mcrease top of each box. Dried Herrinj. Fresh Goehen Butte;
v.ry diferenUy eakh and Uie balance part paypvovidd he doc not curtail the are advised that a mean counterfeit of 20 Kegs Zioc Puiut. 4
entethiuod the oo tie usual time. The AGK.IT amount of Purclwuers Baltimore Roe Herriog; Fresh Country Butter
te ( by Emperorof t.keF.pench and will ratify sales made by the Coujscroa,aIM! will Le running time. He may also order an increa tl j. article i* in cxutenee. Tb genuine ia old only Songcll! Salrnoa, Pine Apple Cheese, 20 package* Fire-proof Paint (bll*. and i bUsy
execute

oRuuia aUowmg wu Rectd Wlml.
t
the arres
bothof the law.TJS Of-
whom 'viii con. ooutraeta with purcbatera u. mtricUoo. o( the by iu, and by our agents appointed tkrougbout Picketed Salmon, Western Cheese,
C.cend to dispeuse raja mcreaae of pay for Ute additional stock jj aIiott iriS it. Dealert 2 Traiu-pil. 1 bbL Copal \tniA
with
carriers
Court livery. Settkn wbo bare not bought will do well to attend The Dried Cod Fwb. Planting Onion .
S. General Webb the tale. JOHN BEARD jf any. contractor aisy, however in the case ot and pnrcba er g u rally- art esutioeed agaie.t 007iu Spmi Torprotme m bnrrtfc uprf nt retnaTll, -i '
flRO Agent of the Also Re Fruita, Presarvea Pickle
waa of Piccalilli
disappointed
:k ta ; increase speed. relbqnWi the eontract br of but our rRolar Bffawto. oU er iae they will CauHflower cml a ortraeat oCc fw. -" n.1AZia1L

r 'flhtg 1$ 1. relm1lE5L Ipalaehicoia Lad Comnay. ,jwomnpt notice to the department that be pro ens giviog doing be ia>no any'adnpoB with a wwtbj M vticl*. CaprttTnnm, CicoaFarina. ie. <&e. ..a.uleT PaJulera'.t.
fit JO Flv 18. 1854, I HQDGXIS8 A ROrvr*
ro to carrying tU order j&u> tffett,. Tb, rustaaster Ytbmizq.a IS8. S .owtm I D.II.AfZS. :

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AZOR'S TURKISH' BALM. )R. MARCH ISI'S Furniture, Chairs, &0. New Fall ,and Winter Good.I| ATTENTION LADIES. A ROYAL STOCK -

.. \A7Earenow receiving: from, WE would again tall the attention of our custom- MESSRS BETTON A WHITAKER ask leave to Of Carriage, Buggies, Harne*, JLJ .
CELIBB1TID MTB8Ufi0H W- .,J f the Brig Asa Sawyer,and and friends to our well selected stuck of attention to the elegant assortment of Collar, Hornet Mater'* Stock
will si at our Furniture Goods received '. Wacitta," ADd adapted to
op rooms per your Ilt.
Trunk Value
SUFFERING
FEMALES.
FOR THE CURE OF WINTER Carpet
,
I a handsome and well selected stock of New York FALL AND GOODS, sole use. Bag, '.

t ITST.\DSprf'-em-> City made Furniture and Chairs viz: which we are now receiving from New York and Baltimore IS JUST SOW 1.P1'E.WNQ !11!

1 1/ Mahogany Secretaries and Book Cases, cousisting in part of the following : Edgings and Insertings.
U!,:iz/; tire powers in all the Marble and Plain Sideboards i
\ /,/. di *ai for which it u 'I Top." Centre and Sofa Tables, GROCERIES. 5p; p'cs Georgia Plains, ST\ SS Ed'ngi it Ins'ngs. Maltese Edgings % .
.'
't : reoouuneuded, called Bureaus 20 Boxes Xo. 1 Soap, V&: PC'S Waalungton Ker- I.i le" V'ale iDe ** EMIUAND&CARRIGIES

%zz: FCMUE COMPLAINTS. '4Mahogany \\8t-118t.neJI, 2 Boxes Washing Com J 24"js Drown Plain! Hmyma -" H. Real 1V1/ of all sorta-amiog AGES them G.
pieces Saxony Smyrna Flouocioga.
Extension Tables pound, ; -
; THE GREAT TURKISH 40 Boxes Tobacco, of all>2* Plaiu and Plaid Blonde ,4White famous sand blasting, -pelhng.
. REMEDY I Of these are Prolap. Drrakfut. I Litisey.Imperial ing pattern which wiU go twen'11Uilee .10.--

FOR BALDNESS, 0.:. sus Uteri or Fulling 4' Work I' qualities. A,Apron aud Furniture Chits, Goods. top only with the hors**. being specuQj a-.
, A&i feXnviftratiag and Bcaati iaf the Hair ': of the \Voni1i; :Fluor, Rosewood Centre Work nod Fancy Tables, Young Hyson :>10 Bales Cot'n Oana burgs, strength and high finish to the [cord } .
Bl'k Teas
j- ;: or Whites ; Chr.nicln- Mahogany Wardrobe, I 2 Strip'd I do 1 J.\COXET Cambrics, Swiss Muslim service. Courting Carnngt (>r polIte 1-
Toilet Article for the i\ .. Lemon d Ra-berry Srrup
beautifying keeping
AS a fl.imation and Uleera- Bedstead, anti Check Book"Slript'J men, and Sulkies fortlte so-diapo J "
r\ I Br'u and Blcath'dPule
t. hair soft, glossy and ia a healthy condition it u IjiguirnA .JIlVUCotft"t". 1 Nainsook az.n.-
tionofthe Womb; Incidental Toilet Tables, Whatnots, Bronze HatRacks. Quar- Shirting, John Gflpin SADDLES, upon one ofifcJrtZ.
ned. Iu positive qualities cf e as follows:- Otard Apple and' "
uneqUl Hemorrhage tetts. B.-kct Tables Music Stands High and LowJVst lii'd tord" Curtain renowned Captain *
5. 6- 8 and -0" Brown
the head theroo.U Am. Brandy! S4'
lEt It frees from dandruff
strengthens or Flooding; Painful, : Bedheads, Sofa, Tete-a-tetes, : imparts health and vigor; t-, the circulation, ana -
I Suppressed, or Irregular Chairs (,f great variety WIi kcv ,1 R lle 1l'! Cot'n Drill. And never looked behind him."
hair
. prtTcnta the hinging e lor or getting gray.- Menstruation & Cu1111,1 i Plain Mahogany Rockers, Mourning Goods.BIK And numerous other
2d It the Lair to curl t', Jam. nn.! E. Rum J'lne" Sheeting and Pillow pattern.,adapted to '
causes hen done
beautifully w with all their accompanying evils. (Cancer excepted) Cane Seat, and Back Rockers, > Case Linen' all wool de Lames, Black Satin service_ Some of the varieties of JIAIL'iESS
. p in it over night This balm is made 'from th o ig1:1' R *e and Hollau.l! 1 Cin: ,
up from tbe Turkish Ha'iin no matter how SJVCTC, or of Iww long tau ling. "Walnut. Mai.le, Rosewood and Oak Chairs, lal'rillItl ',Wine :;Mnrlboro, Carolina and Bombazines, Hair Crape, been rend of.: but others must be seen to be
: reet-ipt procured original The Catholicon far surpasses other remedies, in being Sewing Chairs. Misses and Children' Rockers nllJJamwti, Franklin tripl'I. Fig'd Silks French -' ciated. All the WHIFS warrantedtohurtjg ,

:. (([byMcian. The) of tcrks Coustantinople have where been it celebrated is uuivcrsaLyUfed. fi r more certain, less expensive, anti l leaving the system and Low Chairs Sperm Candle, '20 u pVBed: and MattrnsaRuf I Watered do English plied, or will be taken back the money return*?Tquestions
always ( inn better condition. Let all interested X urH-r\ and Refectory Chairs.' &e. &e.a asked and in
Plain do a receiptgiven
tb.-ir wonderful skill i in compounding the richest per. persons "BERRY UOWLE3. Vinegar, Cheese and, 'l'ickiflg, M'imig Sleeves i Collars. stirrup fettu
p fumes and all 1! other toilet articles. In Turkey the arc in such a medicine call and obtain a punp'ct.tCr'c. : Butter, White, Red, Ytl'ow and These Whip are of the same kind the poet w..
.) containing ample proof, fron highly respectablesources November 12. 1853. 45 Cru-she.1 Loaf. and Clari One" I'lannel. Handkerchiefs. every honest baud <
natie herbs, .?., <>f which this balm is composed, are i, t-
t a'mott toiversally kuown and used for the hair.lltnte .- of the happy results of its use. together with Wanted, tied Si'jrar. I JleaehM and! JJr'n Cotton Enb'd H'd'kfs. Jjulie Hem St'd 1rdkre. To lash the rascal naked through the worh..

:j >i Cite of hald..tll or thin head of kali it entirely letters from first-class experienced phyticiaus.: who i nn A DRY K SALT HIDES for whi-h the I Powder in Keg J Kegs tt-' Flannel.,- LADIES C'tric Tape Bordered I have Riss many Patent. Sole Leather and '
I have used it in their practice, and Sj>cak from their :;(..U eiris JLuuikt-ts, TRUNKS, in wkich the U
unknown in that eounti if. Wcvi i h but JIlt ; lUUV/- heot market in ice will! lie paid by t Kegs, difficulty to find the .
f : tiial ta be nod: of it; that will do more t> convince own observation 0otober15. 165S. 4lJ IlEhlt A RUST._ 2 tJ07 l Canisters Powder Calicoes I Sutineltd and I Ky Collars & Sleeves. hole several thieves having hong themselves i-It
RcFEnEXCE, Prof. Dunliar. M. D. Baltimore Md. _
; Jeans spairolJal'Countofit. All these,and9,999 other
Viu of its viilues than all the advextisemenU that can superior article, : artj
le published, find that all may be able to test ita vir T. C. Orrick. M. D, Baltimore, lid.: P. B. Perkhnm, M.I Administrator's Notice. Candy, Crackers, Mustard 20 )"'.: Fany Tweed Cas- E mR'f Collars, Embroidered Sleeves, will be sold lew to meet the exigencies fir the
' ), Uticn. N. Y. D. Y. Foote, M. D., Syracuse, N. YM. '* and to close out for entire
; Lace
,
Mourning an new stock -
; .
Miners
and
44 fueL it is put up tn Larg' Uutilt at the luw price ofCO onus haing claims njraiixt the estate of Onion, expe
ct ; cents per bottle. Remember the genuine tins the H. Mills M. D, Rochester. X. Y.: 1. D. Homing, ALL O.JK'r)MeLeHii.di-eeased.latc Gadsdcn CV'iinty. Yea"t Powdery Matches Ladie Cotton Hose, of all llouitou Setts of Sleeves A Collars. the Sub-Marine Telegraph about tie full of beat
N. Y. W. W. Ilecso M.! D.
M. D. Canandatoin. Cityof
.signature Cooutock t Brother ou the splendid : ; will present them to the iiuder&i iI'tl.. nJlllini t r:1t4.r. and Pickles. qualities Apply to D. E. RCjj
4. wrapper. New York; W. Frcscott, M. D, Concord N. II. within the time prescribed by law, or they will, I be 1 I 11 M superior Sesjars- Gl'Utl"U.t'II'/ut: II J Hose Silks, et cetera. P. REPAIRING dow as u uaJOQsbortDGCiea
be hud at the Stores of
gratis drug
FOR TIlE MARRIED."BE TE rECiTFri. AXD Pamphlets can bui red ; and all indebted, t) siid e.Ute requested ALSO u general aort- of all qualities.nicnt Silks. White Satins, and reasonable terms. Politicians who have "sDjiiJ
I the following Agents. 1tt.I,'. of Iron and Steel.U4", 1.101.8tlll and GLACE thc 'olar.and broken the traces of *
1' t VCLTIPLT.' -Is a command that should be cheerfully PALMER t BROTHER, Monticello, to make pavme'it imnie := Silks, Dl.1ck' party, am bfTJ
( obeyed bv thc children of men. DR. LARZETT12 < ALEXANDER E. GREGORY, ALSO an assortment .>f Country )Mad Hose.Saddlery Florence Crape Liessee. ed again in no time.
SAMUEL PULESTOX do.
: JUNO CORDIAL Procreative Elixir li51. 6 $ Ailministrat-r. consisting of Ladies. Shaw, Gloves A- Tallahassee, December 24, 1S5.
11 w (
,
or prescribed D. II. AMES. Tallahassee.ABEL I-Vbruarv : __ ._ B-mifts Bl'k F ?'d" Tarletons as'd Col'u. {
as an effectual ret-torative iu cases (f debility, inipotency -- -- Bridles Saddles. ll1rt in- Bl'k W I\t'J White Silk Illusion,
t GRIFFIN.
., or barrenness, and all irregularities (f nature., Apalaehieola. Staple Goods. gales, Stirrups and Bitts.P-r'1'.Wlf. anti Col'd I-lax HrtoCade" Brk. NEW FIRM. NEW GOo
IL BREXLKY A1Ii.
Dn. A. atJlr.
It ii aU! that it professes to be, viz : Natures great JT'EXTUCKY Biggiiig, Southern Lowell O 'II'gA, Tl.n-ad, White Wat'd. Blonde Xett g-. ;
:: Letter addressed) to Messrs Beach A: Brown;on. IV clOth Vauclus .. DRY GOODS. SlKMif Knitting and Work- '
e 1. restorative and remedy f">r those in the married state (;Junny NOW ON HAND ;,
4 without offspring. It is a ceitiin cine for seminal c- Agents at Newborn C. II S.-C., by Rev. lie.. C. Bile Rope.. YirilJia"CoJltlll1 CD pieces Georgia Kerseys, ing Cotta n. Ribbons & Trimmings. MOST beautiful and caned attortmnt .:

: mission, general debility,gleet,weakness of the genital S. Beard, of aiuc State. A Manilla: Ropes, S-4 7 8 tto 4-4 Shirtings, Together with n variety of other articles all of which I A GOODS which will be sold low for CASH .of --

organ- nervous affections, Icucorrhoea or whites. As GlENN Sruixts Jan. D.! 1853.Messrs. Xegro Blankt-ts, 4-1 C 4 A- 12-4 Cottou and we will sell MI as resitouuble terms as any othlIoiKeinthccitv. B ONSET ASa.h Rib'na. Black Silk Fringes, for the Pi odnction of the country, at a itnaB ii

. un 1nvg.rauttzinedicin; it is unequalled. Alsn a certain BcAm .t BROWNS uN-SIIs: I wnd fur an- Macinaw ii') Linen Sheetings, HEIR A l RL'.ST. 'f'ttr-ta A Satin" Zephyr Worsted, vance on the original cost, at the
remedy for incipient cmisuajptiou, indigestion, o'ber! bottle of your" MurcluVi'b Uterine Catholicon." ( rey Saddle Blanket, Choctaw Striis October 15, 1;)3. .11 Velvet C\p & Bell Worsted Bindings.Silk .

it losi of muscular energy, physical! latitude, female My wife has l been afflicted for cl."eo years, nlllla variety Green White Corduville Plain, - _- ------ Braids assorted, White Curd Bobbin Cash and Exchange Rooms of

;t' weakucfs, debility, tc. It is warranted to please the of means ha" been resorted to for relief but none 3 1-4 Uui..n" Lowell Hats & Caps. \\bite Silk Fringes, Snake Cord A Tapes. IIODGKISS & SCOTT

user in any of the above complaints, and is of priceless wan obtained until I received this medicine from \'ou. 10-4 Heavy bed Liin-n Ofnabtrgs El %TE are jut receiving a large stock ,

:.v.L value to those without o&pring.CACTIOX Iti influence seemed almost magical ; there was a : t J Whitney Wyoming Shillings, lV from Xew York, \\huh he will s.-JIHEIR Gloves &. Mitts. SUCCESSORS TO

.. EVTRA.-Find the name of Comstovk d manifest improvement" (torn the (lii\ it Mas taken. Marlboro Stripes t PlakU.Putnain lu\\ RUST.. a ,"d and colored Kid Gloves, GEO. W. SCOTT & CO.

: Brother on the urapprr and ntot r buy it unless you As there arc a great many female' in our country Wido Chambray Strijies, Slater Bro. Drill: (d..1..r 15., 18.13. 41 "ftt.;!!:{Iuf'/ LADIES Silk ** We will make every exertion to render dealen"

'4. S had the above mine; tus it bas been eftenthdifcounitrfeit.d laboring under the affliction Y.r whieh your medicine omm'l Plaid Liusey.. Xaunikeag: LllLj Beaver a'a us f n abs'tfute and atnple,equivalent,Joi ereftt, '
i: of lute. Avoid the counterfeit as you would proposes a remedy, I feel it a duty to rV.mmcn'l it :ujier Apron( Cheeks WATCHES, CLOCKS, AND JEWELRY.TOWLE 'a l II m/'re U in goods I of the best qualities.latest and most appro

Ttois.w. to fllIluch. CLOl'GH) S. I5EARI: I W'te Rock' .-. Grt't-n'; -4--- 'a Buck Oauntletts, ed styles at the LOWEST CASH PRICES.Our .

. GEORGE'S HONDURAS SARSAPARILLA J. n. lAnl'III"'r .t Co.. Proprietor' Ceutral Depot, :04 I Gala W. Clain" ., & MYBRS a. Bl'k Silk Mitts, assortment will constantly be enlarged and- rr

EXTRACT, For the cure of those diseases mining Broadway, Xew-Yoik. I'luiu Linsey, Lillt. ,\ RE now receiving and have MI 'a Worsted riclied by fresh supplies and will embrace the eotai 4.

; fcom an impure atate (If the blood, such as Scrofula, January i.f, 16Jt. 2 Cm Jrecn[ Baize, Furniture '. .*/..gj, L1 hand their Fall supply of (Iotn'-r' 20. 1s:t_43_ variety of goods demanded in this market. AmnxtJ

stubborn ulcers skin diseases, j pimples on the face, Brown Glasgow Stripes\ Buckeye Chambray, GOODS, to which they woufd respectfully is a GENERAL SCHEDULE:

female in'igllhritiC8 au,1 l complaints do.h a
al l tunic and iniiigoratoriifthe' *ytem it i/stincifiiali,I. and Solace. at IIODGKISS SCOTT':5.No"embc'r \rlnl" Gold Medal" Gold) Hunting Levers bv T"Lia LD Olard Brandy, Fresh Dates, dies' fiDe Dress Goods Faney Mantles bhairb ad
.
. This medicine i* not ojftrfd a cure fc'r all (lit-asrj 1?, 1S53. 46 4t Ballard Vale Wcl:,h Flannels. a. H. E. D. J Johnon O Old }Port, Claret. Cloak Fashionable Bonnets. Gloves. Mitt. aDd H., :,

but merely for those arising how impure' bl 1c It i is coiujKJsed; of l'l au: IIOMJIBAS MBSAPAKILLA,: combined Itouds and Liabilities of tlie Union Bank, ExoeUior Twidcil & Gauze Gentli-nenV! Open Dial Gold Levers. Shtrry. Sparkling' Cider Boots and Shoes.Hats and Caps. Bigot ,!

$. with ith"r purely vegetable lub tlIJcc of acknowledged FOR sale bv' C. A. COK.li )1i1.rJ. Linen Crash. Ladies Gold. Huntinjj Levers,bv Arnold! ,Davis A Co., Tendon. Porter Scotch Ale, and Rope Saddlery, Hardware and Cutlery Gut
efficacy: and is manufactured with the : Stone Street, Xew Yoik. Dine 12-4: ILiiuiltoii.Shaded Sheeting, a Cooper A Co., Brandy Peaches, Brandy Cherries Nails and Hollow-ware, Crockery. Fancy Boxes ad '

.q., ffrt frat care, every pound of the Saisapnrilla being December 1';. I6i3. 50 tf ) I>>ui.-iana* .1 Watcher r.f all docri-tioii-, I'aj-i'berry: Syrup, Sardines. Paints Powdtr Shot and Lead. flour Beet B 1

' subjecU-d to tIll strictest chemical tests, nnd its irenuiacncM _ Merino iJiglL-h! l r.ily II. Silv T Jlcntjllcri' Strawberry Freth Ix>b.!ter, Butter, Cheese and all kinds of G"OCII ill and Pini.
ascertaineJ before: being used; and it contains Notice. right D'k G'n Jeans, 4-4 Calla Siher h1uvuiig Aiu'hors. Lcpinc!, and common Lt'n\lllJ" Sfcad. ions.

: times much Pure B.izht. D. C. WII SOX. Watches, and Marble Mantle Clocks.JCtVCMtV. ;. -
ten ns HotiJuras SJarsaparilia: as any month from date, the imdrr-ignrd Executor (or' (; nrt.r" Salmon, Cotton and Tobacco.
.
other ever offeri dfor rale.Vfe ; SIX last Will and Testament of.IohiiJdr\ _. '' !. "'. -Xov.--5.1S53.-------41Dress -- Pine Apple a Clams. Liberal vunee made on shipment ot lit shore J.
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' hav/eudeavorel, in George's Honduras Sar aparilla late of Leon (..mllt.will. present his tiiud a'-counts Goods. Fine Gold) Cliitalain CJ.iaiZ. Fnaceleklne Coral.Pt'art. Ganva Jelly, Preserved Quinces, articles by HODGKISS & SCCfTI.

'.! to give to the public! a Medicine which can be and voucheis to the Judge of Pi obit t-for Leon Count, and 1,1,11-111; ) I'in3. Hir Rin: CuiT Pins. i Currant ,:o. a' Peaches, Novem&r,19,1S53. 48 -t
dep.nded t<) cl.!) f''Ir them (in the class of diseases TAPLK and Fancy Silks, I Sparkling Gelatine Tamarinds! ,
"P')1 iud ask f or a di.chaitje.' J. 1SLER, Executor. Call Button: n".ll n'.r Ring-1: Gt-ntlenieii"1! Gol.lFob.
; to which it w allspIce) all that Medicine can do; aiuudnfiJent Jaiiiiaiy 21, Ifi.ll. Cm. 3 Plaid Euugli.hFlotuic Yet and Guard t'baius. Seal J5uckle and I Flavoring Extracts, Sr.icea Wakulla Iron Works, 1
that we hive d.me awe- leave it to the \ and 1 Marcellinc Silk, Yeast IVTV.kTa! J'i kle".
Kp,'", (:JoM Thimble. fJt>!ld! Pn and P'nl'ill"n.,.- XKWPOCT, FLORIDA. !
good con.mor SEN;K of lie pcple to decide BETWCFVnn Administrator's Notice.IX Silk.. and Ti-wue lIl'"le.1, (.is>oie exlrntt of the rrue uoxniT.AS and Bcrugos, Oive! Capers, THIS
4 .0, 6ARtAIAnrLt months! from date, the undersigned Allmili..tra.U B-rage Riles, Do'iblw! Eyed >ilv< r Spuetaclt Silver hiid Pearl will be attended to with promptoeaa tW
the many worllms E.rtrag.ip of a -lt'JII.* cr>mm<,n C.ird Cases Silver and Inlaid Porte )Monaic Bo Tce-fer.-hire Sauce, Ctcoa.Enli .
. tor on the estate of Mary Mr, dt-eeased late (-f ] -iiiiig Dree', (assorted) ; juet all work done with neatness and dispatch.All
Ririip- Hi now sold. Th<'n l he not di-ceived. Re- IloldtrF.isis : Xt'ildtkp.. Port Foliond >h Mustard.[ D. H. AMES.I1teevber .
Leon will his fillaliC'Cnuut P.ipii kinds of work, such Steam Work MB Wart.Gb
:
. ftorttoGEOHGE'SHONDURAStiARSAPARILLAand ) County jiresetit find vouchers Plain.] Checked and Figured Poplin; Dresses, 2-1. 1u53. 51
, to the Probate Album FJwer'a*, Tei Trav. flirjincli-h-s.; Parlor Gtaring. Sugar Hill Circular Saw Xaduodj
lr Lw.n
Judge of County, and hsk Cllt'ckcll.L Bclvadcre Jlobts, --
be
you will rewarded bv a quick\ and easy cu..e.TO and q. (;:lolM' and! CbiiiiiiFta}
Pi-asc
I for a discl ar \. J. S. ISLER, Administrator.January Stiij'tI a. : J':11II1'] FRESH GARDEN SEEDS, Shafting, Pullevs Hangers. Plough Castiaga EnqCastings.
THE LADIES.-You who with a beautiful therCbi-tcrs.TnbleM.it! *. P..:ket C <'%, Sur- tc.. abo of size ltd
21 jr.ipa sugar Kettles any ,
lear kin free from all 1654. Cm. .1 Rlril't"J] mill CI.c-d'I"ll't'han: Cloths, GRoivTir OF 1Sr 3.D ;
blotches and
pimplc, impurities vtMtrClcihi: one 1'icld 1 C 'IJII'L'?, House, Tea, Mid conaUutly en ha&d. All work dune in such an t uV
p,' we say, abandon the use of paints and mixtures C.-i'hr. i t.s and Meriuoea, hand B.-11-. t.T.\ Paga, Flat Turnip Cabtage.Beets. Ac_just i.lJ1nent'iU be dvine with
by us. a particular rtprf 4
Mi use the'enuioe George's Honduras Sar&apafillaIt Notice.S Oia| :1 Flaunt! >. 1.ll'r.i".1.. D.II..AlIE:.
PLATCH w.uir.
and of tic work.
sn.yr.Kxn to the strength durability
beautifies the complexion by removing every IX months after date I Chftke.l nnd Plaid CIoiking, Div<." .' 21. 1S;:. 51 :
particleof shall present my fi.alc., Silver: Tal,: D '- -ert, and Tea Sjioon.P.uttcr --- -- Comment Workmen always ia readiaes* tort
;If r morbid or diseased matter from the blood, Court and voucheis to thClIsuuu.raheJui'je of I PIG- I/i'l'fi Italian Cloth Cloth", (J.ollltc1)]) I ICnnt-, and Silver (Cups PlxN-l) Tea St-ts, Ki-kets AGENCY OF THE TNA INSURANCE CO. I Engine, ste.I -

I inakinc it r>w'r, letillhy and vigorous, nnd changiup bate Jefferson County, as executor < f Paul Ulrn'-r. ('a3tor17t tu Fruit :.tlll.Inm'r-, Butter DMie\ Terms will l e liberal, and all work dolce sfrtellrfcJ '4
,
the yellow and dark countenance to the bloom and Lite of said: I County, deceased, and lIe1 f>r a .tu5--iou Bombazines: .all J Aljaccas, (assorted) and Can-lLj Stick- Silver 1'lltcJ'orks, Table, Dessert f"MIE nndd'Ii'tlt'd. Agent ..f the above Company. I cash or accepted orders oo some busia ai fir*.d
)Mu-lin < -- itt-d J. ( and inake innuninceMiTiiiHi I
b fre'hne's of youtb. aud discharge Ill such exeeut-T. JOHN ULMEll.Jeflcreou a ) and! '..; Sjx on illlt"'ti1l'I.atilln" .r uplace., Talhihas ee. or Quiucy. .
This medicine is put upinlarge bottle!,onc of hich, County.F'b.. -1. 1 &.5l.Administrator's. 5 Jl.ij4! c-t CSoih.Fai'iv }__ufl.. Double 1'jrrt-Iled Gn; Sliot' Poticlie nnd IOM bv Fire. e.J Brick and Franiw Buildings Liberal prices pail tor lid Iro(. Copper and Baa

+ IK, TmrrE, 5 is ra-tal ta tix of any ot'ter tvtr tnadf. --- Cautihti j i-.. (lI-tol.lll..l) P..n.l' r I"l.i-ks nnuli'h C.i;>s Gnn Wad!*. Cle.i'iin! f\.r..it'lit', f..rrh.lr.z. ic. I' All Utt.te ruu.t aJJrcssed (pest paid) to
i'. iIH! Tu.uan- ix.;.. B. C. LF.WI>.
CAVTIOV.-*in j the nvn of Comst-vk Brothers Notice. : lloil: *. r fine T.i'-! C..tI.-rv.. ithi i.r uii..ut 1.ui.-. (.tr- -- 1. \ -- -- iLJLPOXD & CO.

01 Hon till iui wrapper S and ilia.AH vou. will get the gcuuing Geurgc'e A LL peisiiiishavingany demands] L pi'hltlj: ',- t.itcs TiU.1(;Gin-hiiin iVr.-i.in, (-oited: Pii-ifs) D. C. WILSON" "t'r I hue; p'fkft ''utl.-rv of all ,cription-. flu': I PROTECTION !INSURANCE COMPANY 1 Januar[ :: lS5-t. Z New Port. Ha 4.
&e tr-npai and Sci-,.%! will SluarValkini Cnne?, Accr-rdl.ir.s "
II FaniKT G. R.
oJ'G. Farmer. deceased.
x Ire Xon.nL.'r ; S53. il HAllTFOUD.l CONS ECTjCLT.I .
orders be directed COMSTOCK A- ) i. .11 Boots Shoes &c -1
must to ,
: th'-m Flutl.1..I'fI". \"i..1t! II Bows Yioleii i and Guitar ,
hereby called upon to prH'IIt 'w3th"it t BROThERS Xo. 2 St. P tt-r's Place (rear of A.torHod the uiideisigni'd aJininiMratorc, and all (-rCuhjt..r. 1-ijn- 'I Hats and Ca.ps.ASHIOXABLi StringRah4.-is Razor Strops I.uliit5! K\tracts: C i- ,I Capital Stitch SOOO.OCl. MADE AND REPAIRED. i iI
* VP.. $1 or Brown Witii'-or! and Yuukcr Shaving
. per lees, and persona entitled todietiihutioiiiiisaid i es-t.ites, : I 111')1. M:'J! :kin Hat,< logne. Ijzncnder, tTb.tt'Tp.iCna-ul.; Aer: of the jiVrrrilu5n C.onf\a"T I f I 'HE *ob cril"r. in askirraeot.'iants fJ.
tIes f.r ?5. will take notice that tlwir claims lUll 1 detuntrilwji h,. : a Knji -ii.ir f. Soap; *. Oetolnr! l E r.i. 4fiTDblrict .: I THE t, -<-i to bake ri Kjcr.iii"t Firt (:11'la.,1- 1--, jiatntiacpves notice'that be LAS mo.* >

'h" >.- Sold only in Tullahasssc by F.DWARD BAR barred at the expiiation of twoyeais Iroi-j! this date, Black C.,-, ')ro Citi/ei/s ) Court of the United SlaTciPur 'ntUas'. th.r ncit .:it>,<>n the TIK-M favtmi-Lle t :!. d & stcckdtbe very l-es' q"ualitvofSupe'ntineTti .
". NARD, J'thnmn & Eppc-s, Monticello, E. Seixas, unless exhibited withiu the bamp. a. Beau Ir dart.uduu F. H. FLAGG. Agent.Tala1'a4oNe'tevni't'r Calf-skin. ii'psrteJ fiY.i.h! St-Ie LutLu,Patenth&

'":'"tWo.' Tbma 1*, D. J. Dickenson, Biiubridge, and by one W. S. MURRAY.JAS. 4a at i-Ott is thr yorlltcrn District of!/ Phrrid.1" .:. I f. -,?-: 44 tnd' Boot ilvrr> 3. &rd every other article! appesU ;

- 1J : mil n in every town. P. FARMER, Otter brush 4 CHAMBKIiS. ,J\s. 25. !>: .-H i is hereby orrV { i:. to a F..,: E..abbhm..u These materials are"

r-.1 OetoW 15. 153. 41 'ow1" January, 2 1 P54. Pw_ 3 _Adtuini-trHtnr, Ca-imei soft deutl that the T. rm ..1 the .lid (Joint "J'f".i| iiitt-d t j Tax Collector's Sale. 1 the most *ctf rior tind. and will make upB
' ;: Notice.SIX Ier 0..1" 8Irnla by Iv.v to 1 U; l htldu! I the fir'-t Monday ia .lii.ui.r/' "I"' Y virtu* of artionty! in ire rr Bounty Land Warrants Flr crOWD a Dlllillcrt.t..r..rt! adjourned to the Irst1"IIJav: in Ft-b--t 1) l I.-i..i tNII1 and vill: fxpoe f>>r salr L.-f'ft" the to o-Jr Shop! immediately South .-f the Cat .

.% t ;. months after date I shall present my final ac- I'! THOUGHT at the hlphftt price and prtcllr..d.u Peail 1 suit a'a. ru.irv ilL!', be :itiid: thc .imc U ht-ifby further -;;tjiotu'd -j I C',urt H,-u-e"m the town of yaucy. Gad.-den County. Bap}. J. M. W'.u3.

i li1-, and vouchers to the Honorable Judge of S who have not lic.ii ae to Htlilt-\ \} H ( a-s-uruIere ,4 I II and adjounioil to the font thu )lulld.1YZ'th: ; '; MI the third Monday is ArrD i/rx*, the f'llowng de- January. 15';. 2 9t

t. Probate Jefferson County ns executor of thc ]lat 11 I lI i>.h thf-ir claims.: If any have received; a ]Io''* i. Drab Moleskiu 'I dav) sit March[ next at which time this same will "crJ>.d property <>r r.o n.\: h thereof a will pay the -

I will and testament of George W. Johnson late of Jef- amount: than they were c-ititled to, let me know it.- 13.,,.u a. I*-'hu.1J, at the Capitol in Ta'dihu-fe. State and County Taies: .due thereon f-.r the year Crockery.

- !J I fenton Comity, deceased, and sbk for n disniiituon Having hail f"'ni ten '(-.rl opoii<'nee in tin- j>ro.-ocu- : EIIli"h Drab l-ea\er 1. 11. BIIOXSOX, Judje. ,ls.;.". and the necessary peaces iucideut thereto, to 4 FEW Crates too HLd?.Crockery, lor sal TOV..LEX.t0 ,

i, from my executor&hip. LLOYD SKAXXAL ti"n and! settling Gove.rnnient rl.iims undi-rstand. Holt \\.. IIII Jainiarv2SJ !-. _4_ __4t_ nit i : close a consignment by
;Jr&, bv his attorney in fact, WM. BfUD. fully tlie ways Mid me;.na of gtttin through the various Ca :ilJl-r f, blaek end drab I Two hundred and ten acres of land, lung on Flat McXAUGBT .t OR3I05IXXew

.,tf'_ 't:_ I_ Jefferson_ County_ ____,__Fla__., October_____16, 853. 41 Ginitc4P Dn.ir!nunts at Washington.! I have: in mvpossession C_itithi___!ow i._.__."_ 1I\.n_ __ _._ n.find. .f._-.:..tl..,' .._, I PREAlTuM COTTON GINS. Creek. bclou-:.-m-r.-, to Robert Jinurson.ilLGHO.McLEAX. port. Jannary '7. 1854. 1Cooper's _
n nn 1''...1 ctid'tice /f2C6 Florida, S7 Alabama Heavy wool hats (.r X rt'jI, T. '.-YI.OIt iVi fO.: Proprietors 1 hue: Co. ,
Executors' Notice. I 120 Oe'>r ia, brides South Carolina and T"'iin'ssee Gents, 1 ]Boys cloth caps E_ I luuibiiHCotton u M.nnulACtoi huetl-jt.t Tax Collet;..r for Gadautn Countr. Carpenter's and Black. ,0

:.4'i! months af'er date. to-wit: on Friday the 2Ut Muster Rolls cTj J'rF..II! eji n!ed in the n'..|idi 4. plaid! I iKlactioii I ii Ji RIOIIIICL' R to I lln-ir i>atroi> and the Plat OcM-er I:. 1853.11, &m' smith's Tools. 4
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; :: I SIX of Jul!? next, I shall present to the Com of "'ar. If you have nny (1uu; h'r M.iiter, I't..i," or Men nnd( Boys glazed t ten i c oiierallv I 1 ihroiichotit I I the CoiIon I growii I : region -- Tax-Collector's Sale. A FIXE and well select ed stock of the abo n 1a '

tit. Probate, for die County of Gadsden! my account andouchcrs 13.unty Laud C.aima, call in. Xo char: ;**, if I obtain: .. leather t tl-jt t IhVj ;)1 e pH l'drHI to s'iply] an) tiuuitir /X lag trouj Brig C.A. Co>. and fur sale! bjMcXAUGHT 1.
as Executor of tlie Estate of Reuben B.Hicks, lit) money, "C. I Jl. BLOOD.) !oj, 1Rjt: 44 D. C. WIV OS'. of I thfir ceUidl! d I'IILMICM (.,\s. I BY 1: virtue of the p'Ht'Cft'"tt'd in me by law, I shall & ORilOSD. 1
____ .______ ___ ____ .ed would sale before the Court House at Quin-:
' deceased aud apply to the Judge of t-aid Coin t. fur a X. B. Person with unsettled) 1msin( >"> connected h. Whenth I ".eGiiij.; : haveb oncen I it I expas&for Newport. Jannary 7, 18M._1 .
final discharge: of which all putties interested, will with the litc ei-tabli-hmeiit are alto imited to call. Fire and Marine Insurance. I lit dl't.rat.t.lIIl1'c.sr\l I the 'Mar..iiaituiei t I !.\ : cv, in the County of Gnlljd 'n. on the third Monday in

' 'it.I,,"j please take notice. BURWKLL B. WlI.KESti I'"cmlJf'r. 1853. 41 Cm rrlIE Savnnnnh Mutual Insurance bay a word milieu I favoras I lhe\ Jed ounlldt-iil: I tn u..t-- .\I.rilut'xl.llie following!! described property, I; so Salt Salt IX
: ; Company I liiiiisluvf been hn-usht I., s-ich peifeclion.thullieir f I much thereof as will pay the state nUll CountyTaxes SACKS West Salt,just landSo& td
i Executor of R B. Hicks, deceased. I- in_ HtlLl).,.-)I.I..l an Agency ii: thin City will A A Key
- Harthvare.l ill n-corninend I them due thereon for the 1 : and the
. snjierior peiforinance \\ jear & necessary cx- 0i Ufuri.ileby
:: January 21,1854. 6m. 3 take Fire and Marine ritkn I'D the nios-t f.I"mLcterm' !
SAWS, Screws, Brads and Tacks, to THO.J. in preference I Inaljolhei Ginstiow i I in u"e. Fcr: the pruses incident thereto, to wit: MeNAUGHT 4 ORM05UNewport. 7
't .; At Chambers. MILL Well Wheels Apply 11 1 1t j I. l'IHKlSg: < I.fi i-.lact ion uf I llm.v who hvc ii"t ii'td I lite Gin I !, Five hundred and tixty-oiie acres of land. lying on January 7, 1854._1 _
2
f'f" Januaiy j m Ii Cl i it I III i hci I t the Pro- R jck Creek belong to L. S. Catlin.HUGHO.McLEAN..
) Hand saws, assorted, Fancy Bellows, :a nd! anii tiati lit 55 r n-putalion purporting to
; Christina Strong, -- -- -
toft' Saw Kuivrs Smith's Bellows iic-l orts nee.l only say, that I the FIHST Pietniiun-t ; [ DR. JOHN P. DUVAL,
Metallic PR
: 'lf: e*. V Bill for Divorce. Burial Cases.
awarded them for the UI-: JTGLN'cxijbiledat : for Gadsdtu Couut..
to Tax Collector
t Christopher B. Str.ng. Jarpeutcr's[ Planes, ass. Knives and Foike, have hern TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.
-- i ) Levels Boxwood Rules I he great I Slate Fair i held at Atlanta, Gi-; "-r- October 15 1853 41 tim.
; !J1 t rpHE bill, being filed in this case, and proof having Spirit k Jtia also, at the Alabama: antI Georgia Atjriciiltuial OFFICE AT TIlE COUKT HOUSE.
and
Wrenches Otter Muskrat
; ;
.i L LM>?n made before me, that said defendant resides Trapi, : : ; Goods.WE .
i Axes and Hatchets Shears and Scu and Mechanic'-Fair, held at Colnmbiia ; and\ at the Fancy January 2*, 1854. 4 ] _
>"orB, _
r.'t:: : out of the State of Florida: It i. orden'd,that a hearing I lit, : i Fair .1' tho South Carolina I Institute LADIES _
Framing & Tenant Saws, C .ni.fc Rofacwood Gauges, Lriii _. 1'1ih: t!t nnual I ( at are now receiving from New York
be had the facts in taid bill the 4th
oil charged
4'rt on
Bench and Hand Vices Patent Axle Pullies Chatleton. The Cotton ginned on there Gins it'ceived FANCY DHESS'GOODS, Ribbons, Bonnets. Manufactured Tobacco.
Monday in March next, at the Court House in Talla- undesigned kee]>" cow-tantlv on hand vari- I
f TIlE the fir!t I'remiurns at the exhibition l-eld: in Mantilhs. and Collars, with a &
Vvils
: I fjftssee provided that a of this order be publishedin Plate and Rim Locks, File and Rasps, sizes (f thc PaU-nt Metallic Burial Cases Gloves, Capes RECEIVING a further stock of some
. ; copy Padlocks, Augurs and] glmlcLJ, mciitiuned iu the "haik-i-ti-nSouth Caruli 11:1,ahl. AI every Fair i Iere! variety of other Fancy Articles,too numerous to men- JUST: assorted ManuCietured Tobacco,at lovE .'.
of this State for the <>f three certificate.
some newspaper space Chisels and Steel accompanying ample-nl Cotton from t them have been exhibited.The tion. HEIR & RUST. iu of the B*
be
it bought large
Gouges thau
Souares, can any
I EUMONDSOX."WASHINGTON : prices
Ji.ftl.j months. at lea, before the day appointed for said J. A.
' Braces and Bit Is, Spring Balances ami Steel. Propiirtois have in their possession numerru October 15. 1853. 41 kets North. Traders will da well to examine sarojt*
.' bearing. J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge. I Cot Brokers Comnis -- kw'viid
and ccrtificattslrom Plantr. I on ordering their Spring stocks. Will
Calliper Compasses, yards, before
; Attest:-Hr* !B.CU1B.. Cleik, April 5th. Notice.WE .
:Itft; "' Screw Plates. Hammers and Claw Mo FISK RAVMO.M ion Merchants, and Manufacturers of Cotton samples, with prices attached to any desiring J
' ;(.'.. *#rfl9' 1151 ByJ0DNR.LtorDD.C.Hardware. Stocks and Dies Hatchet, ( "ns. AXISENUEMEYWe witnessed, Goa.d!", teslif 1 ing that I lie performance of I the Gins, w 111 make Cash Advances on Sea Island Cot- credit to 1st of April will be given where any qIIII'

: 'f I Chains of all kinds, Masons' Trow elu, nan)(uitah Patent Metallic Burial the Case.utility" oflr.ur'or-- and the sample produced by them, cannot be excelled consigned to Messrs. James Gadsden by any Gin ever manufactured.All : f Charleston to those of our fronds who wish to try 1854. S
Shoe Knives ,
and ,
Pincers Jatmaryfel
j- LARGE and well selected stock of the Cutlery, vey the reineios of lee lI.l4' Him.Ji-hn 0. Callionii (> A CO. "
AVERT orders for Gin, given either to our travellingor J. GEO. ANDERSO-N
Nails and Iron all sizes Anvils Ac. Lc. that market.
,
p : articles,just received, wnd for ssle low by Butts and Ilin' '1*. the Congressional l, ) Cemetery, which impreHie; l us withthe local A I'IIII, or hrvvari'ed to I the Proprietors by October 15, 1853 41 6m [Sentinel. D4 T. B. LAMAR
'i October U, 1653. 41 HEIR A RUST. -licf that it H the U't-t artiel known to us for receive Gins
! mail will always attention. -
; ,
'14 t Together wi'h' a large supply of Groceries. Crockery transporting the dead! to their (final roting-place. prompt Notice. his Professional services to the p';
JI Leon Circuit Court. and Glues Ware Dud \\ iodn Ware, Oils Paints, With suufcrilx will be sent to any part of the country and warranted OFFERS residenH aI
former
found the
respect we Clurtoel V'It, Yours, : to give safitf.iction. d.itthe undcrsi-nod i administrator be at
; Elirabeth Holdernes, Adm'x of ) Drugs articles.&c. Ala, Hotikry, uud a D.full C.atiMirtment WILSOX.oifuncy II. Clay ]). R. Atthisuii, Jeff. Davis, JOS. L nUTTO'nt, Tallahassee.Colmnhtn.Gi QIX J months te the Estate after of Alexander lU-ndry, deceased, Jamea Hunter OQ the Thomasville road eight "

" 1 f'' James Uoldernees, deceafeeJ.vs. J In Chancery. November i 1853. 44 IxwisCnss: I A. C._(:re'-ne, W. R. King, March 20, 1S.73. 11 1. I lv Illt of Gadsdeii County, ,Florida will present hu hnalnceotint from Tl lall:1Soee. _
I }.Bill fur pceific jierformanco. ,. 1) *. Difkiuson, mu. WiUtcr Hetiry lIllgp, -nnd voucher* to the Hon. Judge of Probate of January 28. 1854. 4 6mw _
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I 'lt i Christopher Strong and Chris. : J. M. }Matson J. M. 1 'rrirl1V.I'. Mangnm. CROCKER Y, GLASS and STONE WARE, said County and ask to be discharged.
;'ti t tiaoa Strong. Jr.Ir Boots and Shoes. October I. 11 53. :JW: t f by HEIR A RUST. GEORGE A. IU Dr.l. .New Stock.

: IT appearing by affidavit made in this cause that EU!.ilr Calf Sewed Boots, (ase'l) Copper Tin and Sheet-Iron-- October 15. IS53. 41 September 10. 1 Si. :. 36 6m NEW STOCK o! well selected Drn-r-

t.'t ., ; I defendnni, Christopher Strong, resides out of the fI.ME\'S Kip pegged ." Notice.SIX -- Estate Notice. A Chemicals juat received from -11'. '

.tJi, Middle Circuit of Florida and in the State of MusisIt Boys IiIen's MANUFACTORY.UE Insolvent making my stock complete. Those wishingtielc *1)4*)
'jiJ: sppI; : and Boys calf ctitchcd Brogans, Month after date, I shall present my final ac of STATE OF FLORIDA, )t will fiud every thin? commonly kept is .J
,nnt and vouchers to the Honorable Judge
r.. 11 in. ordered, That the said Christopher Strong do kip pegged Subscribers inform the citizens of Tid of William Madison County. )f Stores at A. IL WILSON'S oe* store Sf'P .
Probate for Jefferson executrix *
I? it.! appear end answer the bill of complaint filed herein, calf half Boots, J. luhaiisee and the surrounding country that G. Clark late of County said ta deceased and a.k II. PATTEBSOX, ex-officio administrator of Dealers in tbe couotrj C1lO do better b ra tbaa

:Lr.hii tf this same will be taken for confessed against him : Goat Bnl null they are now prepared to funiwb Custo nets County of the said I JOHN Armstrong deceased having this day filedin to New York.

.t t.1 I Provided, That a copy of this order be published in .". and'I and Morocco sewed calf Slippers, with all kinds of ware, wholesale aud retail, in their I for Estate.a dismission from my EMILY administration CLARK, Executrix. the Probate Office of said County a written suggesgestioii P.S.- \.s heretofore, all Officinal Drugs ltIloi .

r r4, spme newspaper published in the Middle Circuit of Boys Brogani, line of business. Cm that he believes said estate to be insolvent: i icals warranted Pure.
,
. r Florida once week 'Ir the LADIF Black Patent Gaiters, The Subscribers call the attention of the to JefieA on County November 26,1853. J
: a space cf four months.AT public It is therefore ordered That all persons having Newport January 21, IS 4.
u. t,": CnAMBiJtn, 30th January, 1854. .' Lasting tip their assortment of Parlor, Cooking.'and Wood Stoves, Boots & Shoes, claims aguiust said estate do appear and file tie same

f' *.. ; J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge. 44 Kid Kid, Morocco Buskins and and calf Bootct, of the latest style ; all trimmed in complete order, a. and size for al" low in the office aforesaid authenticated in the manner Florida Land Sales. -
ties description
r_ A True Copy-ATTWT: Clippers, the lowest market price. Please call and examine '
t..01nery
\ Colurc.d"' HEIR &! RUST. preset ibed by law,on or before the 7th day of August, subscriber will offer at AUCtiOCbb4
tit f HUGH ARCHER Ja, Clerk. before purchasing elsewhere. Also, Brittanuia and. ALEX. McDO A1.D. :, THE the '
41 1854. House of
I : February, 1654. 5 4m Misses Lusting Gaiters, Japanned Ware, Lead Pipe Sheet Zinc, Sheet Lend,. October 16. 1863 of Proba.te.SODA of the Court Cooaj U
5 6m Judge all
the 3d of next
I' Slinpers and noot't'JI, and a general asEortment .2.e.b.4 1.t-1.: on Wednesday, May
i'. House-work, Roofing, Fancy Heads, for gutters' Guttering lorida State ands for SaieTH .
Jt : Notice. of Children's and Servant's hhoen.NOT. Pipes-Shop work of done WATER APPARATUS bODe in said Coaaty. .' 'tt
I B 1863. 44 D. C. WILSON. every description F. Subscriber will offer at Auction, in the city Before the. door of the Court House a iJ.
: rt highest price in cash will be paid at all times with neatness and dcspatcli.WHITE X of Pcnsaoola, on Monday, the 18th of March. FOB MASCrACTt'aiNO DaAWINO A5 D BOTTLING construction of Nassau, on Monday, the 8th of May oes\ -

t THE the subscriber for Hides, Peer Skins, Leather 4 SLUSSER.- t Iff 4, the 16th Sections iu the following Ranges and OF the latest and most approved 16th sections in the said County. l
October R, 1K53. 40 tf nnd for sale with explicit printed
viz Notice. manufactured, iflthi
Seed
said Sea Island Cotton : lYwnahipsto wit : Before the door of the eoort HoosSt. .

;;4 Prime Hides. 10 to It eenU per pound. days from the first publication of this no Wanted. .ll't miges, Ttncnshipi. directions for its uc, by JOHN MATTHEWS.BeUevue corner .John's, on Saturday, the SUi dl.1ol1l4
Deer Skins 25 to 80 eta THIRTY 1,2,8, 4 and 5 North, of first avenue and 26th street opposite Couoty.ir
West
J. aaid
,. apply to the Honorable Wayles DRY HIDES for which 81 devoted exclusively all the 16th ecUoo ia Q.
the Mar. establishment -
highest The only
a1 "- .'L.&t1r,17to2OcUpeT Baker, Judge of the Circuit Court for the Middle Circuit 5000 ket will be 32 2,3,4and5 New-York. of SODA WAT MACHW- Before the door of tie Court BouH JD vJ
P Sea Island Cotton Seed 80 to *8 eeots burhel. price paid by I' 4 and & to the manufacture the 16th day of 1b1 -
per 33
I of Florida, at hi. office in the city of ,Tallahassee, October 29 1853. 43 State and where be of Putnam on Tuesday'
S. S. KNIGHT. United ,
i }. These may be sent to any of the numerous Commit- for an order to-sell the following real estate of Andrew 31 1 and S South. UT 4e.;' in the of article connected may the 16th sections in -.id COunty. th .

aiou Mercliauts,.or direct to me, and save all charge uf! Withers., Elizabeth S. Withers and Horatio AUo LoU Nos. 1, 2, 3 and fi, of Sec. 10, T. 2 Soy R. found large assortment Material every Ac Established Before the door 01 tbonug Court ro III c.it-"

I QtMpttistiun. SAMUEL HOVT C. Withers, infant children Horatio C. Withers, deceased Notice 31 W. with the business, including OQ )1oncla1, the i2d dAy f..1b1. .

i Charleston S. C, Xo.. 149 Bait Bay. fa-wit: IB hereby given, that the subscriber, Administrator TERMS:-One fourth cash, three fourths payablein 20 Y t'ars.Deeember. 8m Bl the 16th section Ia. aaid County. .- ;,.I.J".

January 14.18t 9t 2 I Lots No. 1, sand >, in ,fractional Section 20,' and of tho Estate of Thomas J. Heir, late of Jefferson three equal annual instalments with interest In ad- 24.1653. Term' --n.. ,00 rthbe b11interest _..5oee.ananal .

Lot No. 2 in fractional Section :!1. in T 2, Nof R 1 W, County, deceased, will, ah months after date hereof, aiwe.. Or if all be paid ia cash fire per cent on th. Bank of Charleston. instalment with 14 u'.Rgister .

.; ,Seed.Oils.O in the County of Loon aod State of Florida,contaioiuj apply to the Hon. Judge 'of Probate of Jefferson credit imtalmenU will be dedncUd. a at New Port. Florida. ... ".A 0, '

, AA BUSHELS Heavy Seed Oats nt ,.' three bondrtd andziinetLacres, more or I.H. /UU = .' A. t W. 8. DILWORTH. Rtytttr PuKit Lai Stilt III nUH. tS
HODGKIS8 & SCOTT. WHITE Guardian. Newport, January I., 185-1. 2 January 28, 1854.
Pec. S\ ; It t2 2' February 11, 1854, I Jeffenoo County, December 8,1668.18 ftm December 17, 1868. 50 Sia

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