The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: March 18, 1854
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
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System ID: UF00079928:00254
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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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Copartnership Notice. Alice. of peace and moderation, persuaded that ih'u :iualc, love ui (iltruauitr. V* liy mil l lc ti e ners were enure ktrungefs tv'tuu elmuu

& WALKER, lIE undo signed have this day eutcrcJ into a co- BY LILIAN SAV.Snftlv was the best mode of coming to an agreement as near as yon may be angels on earth ? Ah and their country. On hu approach .roil?, .. .

Factors, and General Comtaission Jparttivrohip in theWHOLESALE vinZ. and the fourPov rrs consulted together I young ladies, believe us when we tell! there i. tary force was increased by the addition of"two

rolton Merchants. \V1irehez1siiig agLiu, and submitted to your .Majesty Bonic1' .10 harm in striving to he like angels.Fi Companies of regular! troops to"theforce, ti
Of the wintry -winJ is loud. other proposition "i our Majesty, on your already here. Soon afterwards small armed t

lane of rackets betweeD zEt-c--: Fie i part, exhibiting the calmness which arises ,,, the Tampa Herald. parties marched along the frontier arrested
uc Pioneer Mini mi ?;.viir: AM i' STYU: or In the kepjMii of contented Indian outlaw '
Aet't Of her little Miivy ehroud. t tlu ti from consciousness strength, THE SEMIHOIXS. the family of an and wounded
ANP :cr.w-rolT. BARNARD L MAXWELL.py i yourself with repaying! from the left bank fl - a young Indian woman. ,The, Governor,, ia. j

Boyce & Go's Wharf, py \ U> ].VaM t.i FW tI!,. ir fricnfIt her the fill-lit in-.tli chanilnr nil the 1'mcly.while, j jSiU the Danube, as in! Asia, the attacks of the 1 his indomitable! tribe aborigines In Florida order to co-operate with the contractor, ordered

CILI S. C. \ niaJ run-at tlioi.M-tiiil.fr.. U.n,s; Thinking of the t-yeo thit only j Turks ; and with the m .deration worthy oft is now reduced to about one hundred warriors out a Major General with a small com-

r G M RGE II. W.vti en, .. Jr.. n-f tl.c i'nrtnr. o-riK-r innd \ IxH-ked ujM.n her, Lut to iuiilo. j the chief of a great empire, your Majesty declared with an unusually large propor ion ot maud, and thus was the Indian exci'ement,
T. WAUUE.. ?__. Clinton flroct" vhrie tl:oy wi!! kp and children. 'I
1L ( women hey are scattered
hearted that! would act on the defensive. over which had nearly subsided Again aroused,
ii Broken j jHHJW you ,
1E2. 3lynil. a luu'rin'l gcne :il n'Miiti! tut if nitiole* :tpH.ru11[ i iI the exteiuive to them *
Autt 3. I to UK ir lhu' UI hu-iiufs. .iaJ"lk'i: t'ue j Pttt uLige UItiatii clejiarted I IFn L*;> to that p-riod: then, we were, I may region assigned tempo- Frequent communications through the public

w. r. v.nrsJDENT VIIIT.tKtR, iid :ind the juLLc. :n thy sunlight of her --ky. say, interested Fjtectators, but simply spec- rarity, by the government in 1S12.Since press, justified the impression abroad that the
:. 111rARr'. ..la.C .. For fhe n'-\t-r j the which commenced "
when the war of
!lttibvs, of tie dispute affair atSiJ people Florida lived in constant dread ot
PHYSICIAN ;. TJIOUr 3!AX WELL, j Tb.'uht: beautiful that vorOiiiit could uia. i nope cofnj-vlled us to take a more deceive Battle. or Massacre, on the military road, and the tomahawk and scalping knife, and the

TALLAHASStE, 1XA.OfFEHS Te1unry1.I.1.( part. Trance anti England had not thought the murder of the agent Wiley Thomson, at'' enimigration to the State was greatly diminished -

Li* r" ff. w"na1 *w OSvf.tftJ-w'"'* tn i1e f''<''ZPne I' *'rant SKV-LIKHT(; I>A
OJ.c c*building viduUy.immediately : Jjuig i1:. tv:1) : jN.1:1, itG 1o1r.. Ti her hr.'hui heart to-day, of Turkey. Their fl.ig: therefore, was: not has been very litlle coumvanication; between | of tins contract wa* the least of its evils. TIra

%Itt I" ih 1aI f.'flv.iy.tj.I enr&ced in 'e con'.iicts! which took p'acc the white and the red man in Florida. promises and threats of an entire stranger
r 4'1C: f\i?>'< >iibcri' vi"j -li'ul.y l r.i"airc t
iir.T:' 14. ': i. 2 Y I UKiii iI ecntltfr.it u <-f T4.1'uLief c oI \ici: tyiiAt I).tIV. nightly.Hi wont to ylay.Oh iioi! land. Rut at sea it was very different. : Many women and sonr.e young men among' could hardly be expected tir hnye any weight

their (Lill iy is PJH-II
  • i. v jiti n! uI : i:;htly re were ;} Tne-e v TC at the entrance to the UopiorusrI : I the mlnoles have scarcely ever seen a white j on the stubborn SemJtmbs. who had resisted
    A. PERRY AI IAKER, .tI'Ir. Stt'uhixf ji1td. Mi.n.\tm t.lun: >f nil the isiHher lionrt i i" I 1-renking the existence of which .
    % I :'J.OOn>s, proclaim- man, and pioneers who have lived for years on 30 many more potent influences The plan
    4.1 h art. I.-nIios amiillumn: aifi tui'hcr fi.iile" ii''r j>cuk,
    M\U-s hf
    mid ? h ran
    .iz <
    ? WJ 1:4v1L4: ( Ii i L.e ct.ll and \aiuu.o tlair jX! lJll s. Ii> (he i-t'o. knoW n > wakuiij; led IrjJly enough to Tirkey that the two their frontier, have seen no more of th2 will |I never afforded slightest prospect of success

    TALLAHASSKU, FLA. X. 15 ln tiaoti n' s' fni' '' .it, utiJ j..l kinds tifDu (>n her ; te larlifc"si thick. i leading; maritime pju-ers would( not allow Indian than his t-acks. i but the agitation kept up by the contractor,

    ) uentaa niattrLls for t I I.er to b? attacked by sea. The ail'air at Si- : l"orvears before the murders in 1813, fi\f embellished the feelings of both parties, impaired
    20 Fh 1 ctravill-
    ta__21.___ KUILXS & nAii.rv.IVMn'r She i- pkiyiic.Vlifie i no-ii WUF lor us as painfal: as it was unexj had b'-eiijno: coiimunicationbet ween the Indians the confidence which the Indian had

    JOHN B. GALBRAITH, : 11. IPa;*._ ._1 \ <;i.-iiwr breezes Llow- j pect'-d ; fur it m liters little to ns whether or and! tOe United States Agent, and except !: j in the government and checked the influx of

    ATTOr..NCr ANI> COU5 r.LLOH AT LAW Oils,
    Th11nh:1cr: ; HoriJa.in ipeojr<"l frntn X-'w Toik, pcrbiig SUV.T.TOCC, Ts. tho liiu'iiiir. Ikno\r. !' oi r w.ir to time Iluasi.in territory. In fact, ha'd nny intercourse with the chief and head vance, of the frontier which marks f the natural

    trOe' 1r4thir Ilie Cait1i.. inmeciityt. J 1'I! Lin'wl Oil, Of tie Ai.jci l..ief. j Kussian st.i,>s attacLed Tnrhish: vessels! in the men. Hence th? government was without sat- progres of the white man. and grada-

    40 lie't; >.p.rn) Oil, --- ---- watea of i urney, wl.il" those \e3-el3 were ifmcti.rv information a-j to the number or Inte1- I: ally but surely eliminates the savage. This
    l i!!mi F.uiJ. Eastern Affairs
    > ty
    D. P. HOLLAND, Y.'iii'.tIsic in O'l, i [ idiic q'-'i'-'Hy at anchor in a Tiu.i-! i port.TS.e tioi of tho: Florida Indians. After the murders was suspended in the vague hope making

    ArrorEr AH> CCUJVSnLLOR AT LAW.juhry l'iro V.'l.sr Lad. I I>0i! tlio M-at 4a I' war t' -re is l.'itlitllt. acl'uillotn 1 Turhisi: Vf cls were uesroyed in spite ntBitrkrr, Payne and WhiJJs/i, by a a p'nf1ah1e jab by sorWunknown tarn ofthe ::4

    ( I'loridarT"nJ. (! .o. \VI.tt Iti'i, iisti'lliiroai-o. The reports nffurtlit-r ofthe: assurance that tirc! was no \iii: to'ro small party of outl.iu IT July, IS 10, it wa., win el of fortune, nor was the ill-advised!

    the !Ji-W> Cir'iiit. 1'j'tv inai'#. IIODGKI i SCOTT. .".' lt '.It.; :ini vi J 'torlt'3 I y tl.e Turks .i-c iiuv-sce an ::ggres-ivu war, in spite of the naturally supostd; lhat! the \\ hole tribe had scheme aba-idoned until its patrons retired

    -\\ praftico. ami of,Tac in the.*Jii Courtof ind Frai ku! Count if?. JYwuaiv'iS_ :! laAl. I ( f .:;;!ni-'J. It I will h' sen that iiur IV.ri, I % iiiiiv: of our siuad.o. commenced uostiiitios.and in the excitement ot from authority. I'nt even these unfortunate

    Oc'ol'"r .4. 42 tf From New Orleans. COtTCSpotflt: J-nys tin' New Yok Comber.IfrrivT 1 Ir \vs no !longer! oar policy which received the time tli unknown strength of th" Sjemino-1 measures hive afforded another proof, were

    ciz! i".ientinn3 .1 report jirovalont'' Its underrated.! The alarm needed that the Florida Indians
    : not determined
    SCOTT ll'ST aTiuaT r.1 th" Scr J ..f iI4JLs i Swtt, a clr-ck, it was our military honor. The wa spread over any are
    WILLIAM J :!>.:?; -1.5V \V.Mi'u'iU; ll ins 1 on the Hours?, lint Lo-i Napnleon's! ; r ep J cra 1! r* *JiJ-'Ji 7 r1 t' t-i, cf"J 1 ia.-a! )f;< V.TJ J :JpMOXTICULUi / Hny* n. w S-. ..r ('r.itd d to tiP! ("zar had he-n nul'-ly roji'oted. pr.infiilly ia the iieatts of all those who were '- bundled '* i ii: hastily constructed forts or'defence general government, with ample in for*

    J'LA.V I.'IT" llil''L.i' ( ja : iJcB, Ti.e rutnovc .ippreh ?n
    : 15 S. ::0 tljnnKKSK1XE _ 4- h-jf C.rtilina I.arhF'tulli ll:>f, amivas ) ( :iJiiliehijjiied t'' i ;p"iatp j-Jel flIt !igii'.y. These was a general! participationii outrage committed by some of their people,fled the business removal to abe War

    & DI1WOllTlJ, r.xr St. Lf.uiHinr, 1 it did oi'f"-itc.! As the K'tt'-r to( tic! Czar i tlc sentiment that %\here\er! our cannon to the recesses of the D'ig' Cypress and the ; Department, and an effort is again being

    Hup 1'ii.e H oug.t! to !II.> res;>ccted. Ih-cr 'laJcs.TLe made without the intervention of contractor* *

    ATTORNEYS LAW, : OiiMrt vrtp. lofLtt kii'l' !m.irif, in fiiet !I'fl first suhniittcr (Oat o'tin's; fet'ig:: arose the ordr given to' General (Government ordered a large or jobbers, to remove them peacably.

    NoTtLLr) AXDLEPSTNT crcv. . in J Lurila, : to the l ittsa! (2a1iut.Itit i i-- not !likely mir F'jtir. Iroiis to enter the Illack Sea, and body of troop? here under Major Gen. Twiggs, I ''he law ofour last legislature prohibiting

    ; Qulucy-;V.S. DH.VTOUTK, Xoaticvll>\ Choice New O'lcans] S.ijar. 1 that thprt1 had! liccn ;:ny tritlitij uilh the date M prvvet.t i-y force, if necessary the recur- and several companies mounted volunteers all tnid": with the Tri'Iians. wns promptly en-

    Ji.lv 2?. If-.S.- : 29 On Hand, 'ofit. Nor is it probilia: that Loyji NipoI'on rpr.-e of a similar event. Tiir-nce nro-ethe' hurried fiom their home in Middle Florida, to forced by the military Agent, and every

    Mr.c'prtl.! IVtm M. rt. \\vo-j'.i' fven wore 1:<* isol acting i.i contort c."H 'tive notifications sent to the Cabinet of ave our frontier from the scalping Lnife. { month adds to the discomfort wnich it waa
    & H. M. 1).tVlI'aOXDOBY \-o 1
    e.:4.LTXN; P. DOnV. DAVIDSON 1 S Lii-lf.jn llcni-j;. )1'Liiti ]I.-.I>INl ': uith Kiiuhnul.: impose a t l'.tl-o date upon :.:t. Ps-t.-r-1.! :' announcing that il we prevented The Indian chiefs at once endeavored to designed to cause. They have been informed -

    &. iieti Iltrriiis. 1'ivsh (io-1n.n 15'ittor, tit! |.a!>r *. to lie dt-tcrtini readily in a short the Turks from making an r.gcjre open communication: with th white people for that this 1-iw is sanctioned by the authorities -

    2,,::\. r-J j ):&*i\.I n J*:"T i3 kv v 1'ts\J) V,1 v dpi J fl r.ST. \ *7 TulUnx'io U.H: lien Iu;, l'uh O :i'1ryni ] ttttr, tiiu\: \Vuatevr; iny: b>J the an5wr 01' the : ivevar upon; the roasts of ilussh, we would! tha [)Urpit disavowing tae acts ofsmueot at T.-iHahas-e and Washington and they
    1l4.U : .LlI1I1! \ih. Czar.: if could n.t not have l,eon iii.hIv: r<-- the
    CUJNCV I'LOIUDA. \\ft :;Lo protect tic! Turks tit-on their own territtrv. their people, and offering atoneicent by need not hope for any alleviation.! At the
    ? I1.flru, ie. .
    -tic Mi Circuit ofi ct-ivcd :d the rle! ofour corr spiindcnt's h-i- in aiirrcuderuf the criminals but feared time; toH of the liberal
    '\1LL lit i1I CI A'llil. Vfl4tiu] : ( .f1.41s. A>- to tt! Ilu-iin t"et, prohifiitinj ; as they same they were very
    in i1ten Ct'uiti i s of f \\Vrt FloruliJL'A : Al=o. IV r uit 'r'"Ve1'i4ik 1 Vc.h'lli Cau1ii.we' ter. Loaii Nnpoh-onV It-ttor i> :i''ti Lcl w..Scliu'iul itnavi* .ii'! n of time P.ltek Sea, ye placed i it trust thersae've; in our hands, there was some terms again offered by the President. Thus

    b3.iiJi-w, ,Ctr>3teJ lo thcr: care will iccsue pi o.urtMI J.'I I'n.u'ro. C - tAil: 1< i. 7 HOIK.!( it Sl'uTT.Kocn yloro t !' :n.is and roiev. i !.> haJ al o hectijoind officer the West
    I'ee T 24 1 P 2. lATTORUEYS \ 1' ; i-nnortant: liu-i'i!t the war to preserve a crairinte communication, until an army wtio was. to and an increasing cause forIearing $
    liv i-onic otUi-eia:: t.* drill 1.5s fion. I lie eqnivilr.t: in forte to tiie occupition :avorablv known to them, v.ent out aloud and' their oM homes. Add to these reasons

    flAKEfl & MIVEI. dec."J \\as j/i-hiis funvaiil hi= f.r.iaiit-nt-: : \\ith great of the Turk'-h tfrniury, nnd thus facilitate met them.* I' the rapU increase of our frontier population

    AT LAW. TST rrv- il. fi 'iii ILIU I. "f>:rf! .fl 3ir7'a'"ornI > ciicijry atid alitut-t ;ill l Abi ida. it i is riyyntd.ptwJioaiictU cf.nclu'loti of j 1''aee I by having the power Arrangements: were made for the surrender (well known to them.) and we may surely -:. i

    7; :.i *i: ::r. Ay: 'JVI"TT'JLL ': FLopL. I I .- lff JUkAc.. jI1).hl': s> i scOTT.Fibrt.iry Lai in isi- lav or. C, Tfl LtI !. 1 t. : )! cxc amm'z. of the ruurdt'rersand soon afterwards three of I: hope that so small a bind, must soon peacably -

    itJK'c in \i..aiviu.J W .i-ui.. Cn.-uL t I J raicc. Fi'jh; rj'r1, i* the real result and a statet I them were given up to u?, and a fourth was yHd tr so many favorable motives.

    Tivtna of, G.Z0LLINc I'liJ.. mid w Liii Couutjcs of IXc-Lm uJ L1I1I1lig Fiuid.j'ott. I'vin', V'o( ns.day.) IV: l"i. 4 1 P. M. nvnt o. tit.- fact*, it i i5- cle.ir, that having Lille'I v.htle: resisting the art et. i[ Should these influence?, after a reasonable-

    3T.Tallulwsrt. Fnt .Jr Ftr1, 't '('ci'f.I if A pntcripl in JM /'.I'rK, dated: ;;t tin- c-rited ft this point, tVy must either lirinirnlmat Tii? extensive movements of troop*, regulars I time, prove insufficient, the general govern-
    ; J51.EEK, K. 1-: T? !'itt. tit 15jt! in; FuiJ, : hour :-" -VkVl.a! 'en to veri'.V tu! a Ueiit.Itt- utidt.-i2r.atjdiig: or a deciJed and volunteers, cost much money, and mil ,> mont will undoubtedly apply other and snffi-
    L .in.l Ln pays proiousi
    QJanunrj JP.r f
    rvp loss from the dent out the lonrr
    frontier tizensjsulfered heavy means to carry suspended
    1 t1ii L.i.1. (! : iij rtaion wincii li-1! !.tti-r nf hi.Maj! nrtarp. .
    7, 1B34. Also -2" N.e. Iu nnd 11 ri.itvc, f<\'. this Knijieror NapolofiTi I HI, to the I'm-; Yonr Mnj." tv h'ts riven FO many proofs partial: abandonment of their improvement, and I terms ofParne's landing, and fully meet aH
    n. DcPoxr to ronr; .n.t of Curoj.e the interruption of their labors, and thee! expensive -! the wishes and expectations of the people of
    JOSEPH pen r ofllus: ia hj: ? produc 'd in Pan i. I'miiretLeifin of your solii-it-id*? for the tran'jui! ty -
    .. .- 15 tkz a=sutcJ St01. WodinIVr ; : T' movements HOT seem to have been unnecessary Florida so thorougly expressd by their rep
    inJluence has
    1' '7 ,; ;J rec"f4"/zes tir t r. .ef>rtion ol{ n.ition.'il and l II\ vuur i MH-ticent
    J L .J Lj-_ Fal.v G. Ir. of the number rescntatives
    QU15CV. FLOU1DA, bnnry 2.:.. 1WJ. h U dignity, r.n
    the Hi3j.io.U'.v await tlie response of the Czar; if our ndvicfc that I cannot doubt as t*> the course you will and disposition of the Indians, they were as 1.
    IiL cnhue lo w > o'it
    pj Notice..s unavoidable. Nor have
    1 the l tefn ra f C. 31. & .L Ii. )>ul'.nt. are coTcct( it has already reached tin- take 5i; the alu>init"ve, which presents itselfto proper as they wore I .
    cd t i> d4t1 tu tii<> .lJLcc.(: .* Cuuutieao! tlJ)>!''I the' (1 i. (;Itnenv.nent.Ve are <-v 'ii nsv.ired: that! i' vour clnice. Should your Majesty be as they IIPCII without a favorable influence on this Prayer- ..
    nnl I VT Circuit K ti Il 1 i1i attend th< t ruisof I J. C'-nn.-tciit To'ir f r hi rhilih'-it Uviii''i; t' r.- frontier. Tho Indian as well as the pioneer,
    <; conclusion
    -ri! The
    tud NarLa. o-uv i/ht or ten pupils (rnrtta an J f'-inil: .-.) I., l' ..ardj has deceived the hopes of the friends of pr>ac<\ Il.h.irni! :t- mypeh"of a pacific pearly gate Learen 15 prayer-
    S.sj'"n1** Otiurt iu Tullabassov j in h >- I inuly f>r tin1-.rni Elf trt iinnith* ( ..'niiitncing Tiun J'ruucc trill l'," itbliyc'l! l' Uucc In the what wo'jld be more .- !e than to declare was taught that ample forces were ready and Yes, 'tis the very entrance there.

    J nixry 14.:; 1 Apii! ; u Fir lurtlifr) jiartieuiHis apj.K t( fair nf arms irhat might hare iccn dccidtd by ih-it an armistise fchall: now be signed! that w illing to come to tie! rescue ; and tiiis frontier, | The chiLl of flaxen hair and azure
    | rchrjiry: z.1, 18.14. OUIIE.V CIIAIIir3!. which has so rarely been disturbed since the eyes
    P. B. BROKAW'SIIYEBYAUD r.: acna. things shall resume tii-ir dilomaUc;| course, kneels when the day is done, and prays thi T'
    rendered tull
    SJllE STABLES ; Attention, Farmers. A letter from the frontier of Poland nmmunces that al! hostilities shall ceae aud that the'bclliifrent pacification of 1942, vas more ,| simple p-ayer-"Jesus make me good. Is ho

    :, that order had arrived \Var- forcesahall return from the places secure.
    % TTACHn!) tinny LivenFtuhlf..* at) at : commenced for the far from heaven ? Nay its bright inhabitants
    T.LII1A11.. .]I'LOiilDA. : _.I::1 '* a Khifkeiuhli-'i, i-hop. iuv* I idi nil saw froii .St; Pciriurg! to susjit-ud sending to wiiich nu'tixes of war have le-J them. | Negotiations were then look down with interest deep to see so
    ----- Indians and most liberal cfferawerr
    '] 'flE 1'r1ir.1.r- n.S SSS-s bsi k.niis <>f v.uk u;>pciUiuitc tIe that Un away troops. This measure i is attiihuted to THUS the Kussirz:! troops would abandon removal of the fair a sight. And should that breath that
    : f iu.-,* i ii (I..r8'. ;iti :1!.i" 1 rt_ f. !:i f-5..>rt !i',ne.. :u>>! 0:1 a/ the it-nnc-nt whrdi is in that of and squadron thI'lack nvuly to induce them to go. After their I
    I r\\ th the
    .- f>nn ] fi-en-fc s> apparent part prin-ipihties: just heaved his little bosom, and now presses
    \___ t 1 tbat hA !' I r Hr'i'r 1Yfl u<> r.' niy: oll'] 'r ph"p in the cltv. the Uus-ian einjiiif.ei Vour Majftoty, preferring to treat-direiri good faith iu surrendering the murdertToit was
    4..n his for exit be lime last
    lips seraph
    : imp'.U'r-. HK-IJ f.e1uri. )I'lof. f.i ruby ,
    farming r.
    iis ;arg.. i> : Mli 4ic, .t! Uif. (4.1 f asi-i. f-t: ( ii.W Hudi.) i. lifitIlt'cl IVi-. 'i j.. kept roa.v made lutoc < Aurej', who cornininued al Cit.itc, with rri-, might! ai>i oint an ambas :ador, hot deemed necessary, and perhaps not just, toa.p'y would hearhiui home. Another cbild clasp*
    f01t liaud. 'Jjiib xci'.l: uJTo 1 ra.rinTs has (alter hitng: : het-u rej.lac-i-d hy CienorlJ who could with a plenipotentiary no
    (Kirtiiily: t Ifl un negotiate her bunting hands and and then exclaims
    lit uU> hit ttt.aC1.3I t bi3 :t ::'' 1 1cti within : prays
    1CI(' be avr :L.I' kii L t'r jHiituw'v; ci% .i'j'l.: Lg Uictiii>&>< vjI..tt 1. p-andi) heen tent to Caucasus.' Tiiis fact of the Sidt.U!, ii conven'ion v.hich might be sides it was confidently hoped that a "I'm going to heaven'"-and lo she
    ., .! -ir-vcti. P. ? ] II.'S.: : that ( the fi Powers. vear or t\\o ail would go in pe.iceaUy; to the
    Piau. UMU vriMk, U-jrw fcli. io Miin '( jro\os most clonrly Kii--ia; her-tlf ne- subnittedto; a conf.-renci-: >ur I And not the 1
    \\\* rerj Lust iu.imci aud with prcmpu. uJ 1'ctruary 11. 1S4. C Sn i :io\\ird; e ; the check at Citatc: and theic i Let vour Maje-tv r.dopt this plan, upon which Vtt taudin; the spring and summer of 1550 but, ,' I have seen was the ui iden prayer-bitter gate tears had

    1 g. tf MONROE HOUSE i torv oftije TuiLt.AuttfgrarJi the! Quoen of England and, myself are ner- t--ojj; were generally withdraw, leaving drank the brightness of her eye and left the
    small at three points on or near the
    R-cth! J, and tranqnility: will }b< re estah'ishevi garriaoui orbs
    agree cold and Used look of in her deep
    : '] ..LI4A uAir: :, FLItIlA. Lrt'crfrr-m flic lm-crnr r.f France agony
    .Ertlisji and frontier.
    our 1'iio. and the world sati fieiL Thre .
    I > She Lnelt. Her with father
    kivvn l 41 f.on /j t he llmycmr cf Jiusiic. lips opened .My
    % rl 'III H veil < IIIMC J'nsd
    BERRY o. G OK BOi: __:b!, the hands' of Mr. II:. J' Mot i iMtiU> II! ,Miiia .; I'AI.rr. oFTiinTciLEKiES Jan. ill! 1S3 1. nothing; in tiie! j.Ian which H unworthy of During 1S39, shout one-fftli oftheSemino- | though I rl.iim no earthly father, neither awothers
    297 flroath7av.r' I t: .; iziif d : Ihc lit TV prl.Iri; r ci\vs ii"tj.tho .-(- 1 : vi>ur Maj"cty; ,-nothing; v.hit-h can wound'I I ks remaining: in .Florida ((100 of all ages and love nor soothing hand, yet thou art

    --" -'- p'i1'i! ihM h<- i" ]>r ])riKil t both -.exe-s) were removed at a cost of about : nfl_ Father and knowest all my sorrows, and

    i-? pL PLiizis. :;. >i Music at atid ,.-,inni.t ttt-tnts with th l.'st the IHMJ C aff'jr t eii your .Majesty and the Ottoman I'orte \oir: M i1tjt..tV should rruise tiiiIirhI)1'i ; 830.000; ) ) ; undoubtedly very 1mresum, but It I come to thee. Bless cow thy child, an4
    x i x i 1)eutr .,..; a.' a.ti: ieui Ut i awil i vt : at c.jt as the times will a Ji.iit the
    < a* lonn'Hia4 has .t.imed! such a grave t jic-ct, that I think theti Franc1: us wtll as Enirlandvi is at least satisfactory: to know that samu to bear this affliction,
    11 i Jit.- -j MLMAuvii'' -i.i il. ;,>4.u.rl .1" .- (If. 1 J14C' h .Uit i is I.fl tnjijilif! With erv M', uudtl. [ give me grace deep
    liaa.: < n :. '! ,i ti.-r! J iai!.,.. itJv by JiU'.a, IM.J; i* IflP1 (. guc.1'. (flIfli't tJI... iu,1 it riIit myself to explain directly to your 111:1jefety \ 1 \IH* coiijielh-d to le.i\eto the( fate of arms ; terms would be cheerfully voted to remove all I without a murmur. And when I have fulfill
    4 (. .. ] nfoi-'ss1L.1. I1LJiw .v4.ry the \vhich J-'ianc* has taken in this chances of vatitt! which might of them and that not on'y was the expense
    : U tUpti.oi .." p'iiietnr j ( will fparo ro ji.in: to Ib '.e tirlc) WI.; part zn(1 the ; ; ed thy will on earth, receive me where no
    tt .i''J rL.-s. ( ret Uir-.ii! in Yr Inu.., Tiifiy (.i%.'r him with ilieir, ; ji.it pump**. An rxt-.-lh-nt question, and the means which pu ge.-t them now he decided \Ii y reason and justice. j deemed necessary, but also that all the money sorrow is." She rose and tears of joy were
    ,fl I .C'Tjl h in Jp. 1'iii at1 ,ii.. Lti i rv t-ta'ole n not Majesty and giearaed oa
    : J wl 1 4eae; Jctailut the Let your g-Jthering eyes
    or liv.vst TI IfMONTICEI.LO
    rLfr t- .Jaatary) 7, 151. 1 his home and
    wl.ich the .f I Indian who relinquished not
    menace trutiqiniily the ,
    rv 4 t <7..nj..j.fcuc>:ebtoistu T.fc. lM.-irv.2v7 Thuhvy. iirope. animosity can enter my heart. 1 feel no other her countenance. That heavcmy Father bad
    j'ta' wlolfS. I HOTEL] 1 The note\\hich your .Maje=!y Iiisjut sent sentiments than those expressed by your one c--nt went into the pocket of any political unveiled a smiling face, and given a glimpse

    1' S II D:'. i Cv* jMun Pitnos have tLe late.t to my government, and to that of Queen \ ictoria your.-elf in letters of the 17th jobbers or contractors.Vlme heaven throngh the entrance-prayer. r
    'LtPT. 5n\niAN' liuviu dre,1 ) TIi. Majestx ;
    i :
    ; % R tved Aci&i. ?
    1 ] endeavors to prove that it was the s\.s- inv.Lieu write, our \ ; these operations wehre going on, the I have the in his devotion As
    S. It53. 41 i ._:::1:1.L: zd thi> K-ah-oiil l.u\iu [urchr.'fd Kr.llittf cf January, iJsIio, you seen aged man
    For Rent. ) of th* C rttt: IIu-<, f-rttnt-rlv Kcudasa'lav] ] J ment by the two maritime Powers which based, as lu! 'y are, upon the same institutions of warriors remaiag and cultivated! an in- again with, feeling went up. I felt as if his'feet
    j < n: l by Mr. G<...'lLuad, unJ ki.u\\ tht-n :ti lie ]X i men. ofthe world
    ; TornT 15)kt St-u* rrccntlv nc n1id t-v the inainte.iance of order, the peace tltience over were on threshold "better
    T'11 I of iiifoujji'i lL) that! -
    t.ii.i-b Uiir tjjoi <- I'uLlic
    ._:. .L II. Itwik. Apply to h.-hti: rmivcrt'-d lh.tin> .ii.i Ijuil'iiti into; si Until!, :l'llI l the contrary, accoidinjj: to my yew,the inalirr re-pect for treaties, and, reciprocal good teeling. It i ji; believed that they were never before t 0 prayer thou! comforter, soother of all sorrows -

    -imtr'4. 1 23. M fl jj A.E! ti-ccrtfulIv; iolirit.- fliaro of piU"p ],atr >uage. JCoiu would iiave contintu-d a Cabinet question ifj ." This programme i is worthy of the in B'ich subjection since the cession of Florida healer of all wounds, gate of heaven I

    ItilLES NASH 6 cj ; u irt'rpfasc will I IK.ijian'd t<>r&.bdfrtin s-ccoriif rtiJLulii the occupation of the two principalities had ; sovereign who traced it, and 1 do not hesifitp by the Spaniards. The[ citizens who furnished love thce. And if I might defer to seek mjr

    Dealers In Drugs, Medicines &c. 1.4Ay \i .n LM l.Di.i-c. 'Jhc v ill know c Uvry not suddenly transferred it from the! r..gi'mm of, to declare; that I remain faithfully: to it. > beef at Fort Myers, did not hesitate I souls salvation wi'honl one risk, till frosty
    <- SUiLl-... jrtiioilv kept Lv Capl. .-wnl.zrt, <-oniRud discus&ion to that of fact. .NevertIiel although -
    : believe in the sin cattle 70 60 miles with furrowed cheekhad would
    th-Mr or
    WOU LD lnf.vrTn thei frien( an1 tIe tMth th? JItiL "H II IJLACKHUliX.o I beg > cnr Majesty to drive through age come, yet
    .yo. )ztiv ou hAfl1 *t gu..ti lbtrtUI..tt ( f' that -coril.T 2-, 1P5S. 61 your Majesty's troops Lad entered 'I IU'allachia cerity of my fccntiments, and it is with these the Indian country, and to "camp out." without 1 net ; for many prayers' that sweeten -nowlife's
    I tU1 o. i t' ; ( .uUv lt.pt la tl.r we advised the Poite not to consider I I3Iajeity'o
    iu entire .
    t.f sentiments that, I am iireour guard or arms, security. In bitter cop, were then as nought.Oh
    :4j M4I 1, -eocn.ur -uurly i.AptII 1 MEDICAL NOTICE. I that occupation as \\.Mlikc m net, thu | friend. ; of three Indian outlaw
    rm Ju1 li. rea.u.L. good this state things : & carried child of praying parents, dost thine agcd -
    llLbe Vth. 1FS3. 14 ----- 41)T I 1 proving our extreme dire tor conciliation. ) NAPOLEOX.I.iKr off and murdered n white boy from the father for thee Thank God
    ;. M. r. ioijr.iiTso.\: ..1.V.. irnf: > After 1 had consulted with Austria pray
    England, j settlement in the! forks of the Withlacoochee.
    lEXTRIsfv7 L. .. And does thy mother weeping nightly,importune -
    j: T:4i1a13a11sP.: i.i.d u -iattI l l3cdkiu
    In tI' oilVrV and Prussia, 1 propobed to our M.ijesiya ; would have His fate seemed involved in mystery. The I ort behalf I Or, is that mother sleep
    If '. thy
    ( ANGrL.S ,
    IiC I gives cotif-e to l.Jj I &Ir I r .f. .......... prncL.e. note, designed to give satisfaction tu all.- TJir. you assured of those citizen
    IJ rien' anJ XTVKg to tltiiil.: .;:<\ I exclaimed a little girl, Agent was by some ing in the home of the dead, who gave the*
    i p.itt..n) : tluit lit 1 L-i! r<-- :ir t11 Your : accepted it. j nif like the angels':
    r novcJ Oee ieidi ; toiet.f Mvs.rt..hltun i uajesty TruJv moat competent to judge, that the boy was to God. and sealed that covenant with &
    hi* < to Lis '* iu, j] of Ir. of' whom friend had been talking. up
    unJ; :; kuawn ne the *' Wyatt IIuusc," a-ljuiniug! thdweliui I: I.1COjI Cliurti1. V t1.. We had hardly, however, heen informed with a like the angels.nd 1 alive and had left tae State. Tho Indians I daily praye as long ns life was given Be
    3. have woman
    of Dr. Taylor, where Lc uiay<"! f''un i at ail ':, 3 gm: .J. W.3' ;i'j''J BEI 1SL) this good news \\hen your Majesty, by explanatory would we human harm; to belike within the boundary on learning wh- had! comforted, nor prize thy birthright lightly: for
    tirueu to'orro tLoc vLo iiiar ncM l 1i i commentaries destroyed" the \ WIlY not ? Is it any I.
    prepared m.-r- ; done informed the that the
    been boy shall aid
    those petitions thy
    ciea. lli t rmeili 1x! Catli or \\Len vallc-J fir. WORLD'S! FAIR PREMIUMS i..cunciliatoty efiects, of it. and thus prevented'' an angel ? We read that they are very had bean killed, and without a threat or dis. entrance pure into heaven. )or.-thy
    Any rcft-rcueos can b< given if uccc sirv.X. beautiful 8ull of love, truth, purity compassionate I
    THREE PRIZE I us from insisting at Constantinople: upon Usjiure of force they sent the three murderers
    ? by us
    h. Gold PJi'.c cnt to patterns fur ieatittj and MEDALS sinless. Are these forbidding traits play
    cat by wail al ?1.65 t-U. JwL -:4 Li AVEjut bre and simple! adopt!ju. The Porte, for its each other They have into Fort Myeis, with the request that Lovn AND R-trim'w.-Somehody one*

    ii.r 1 t. I SZZ. 4C LJ_ hh. nwzuded to the very own part, suggested some modifications in the ii Angels slander their not home where characters they might be hung. Abpanic occur ed on the said-it makes no odds whom-for it ia s
    i not to uhich tho representatives of the four no ciicles in glorious I, and this new act of good faith justifies -I
    LOOKING GLASSES. PIANO FORTES i to pieces. Angels never frontier, pretty simile, and perhaps quite tru.-thath
    ->- EXJiIjLp( by tho sulHriiber Powcis at Vienna \\ero not indisposed to'agree. are when ,is the assertion that this frontier is more secure had often remarked that ladies take
    T ETtOVAL-T.o: oM etieb'i! trolling at the CrvMal Pn'.. i I wreatho tho face with sallies envy | young
    ,,1akin th' HIK>V<> jimiouiicerncrt Ujrv They were not, however, agreed to than other Indian frontier. The
    K7VIaV lv' Hatl f of RTCHACUSn ; win heart-strings in twain. | any Live as they take sea-bathing ; 101110 timidly
    C i .: ( L'3 Cunn! wJt .I ? f, r'f ir lh.'ir tIck t Ui..k I by your Majesty. It was then that the Porte,1 I gnawing the very the dowfall of another. 'I outlawed Indian can no longer hope for impunity I put in one foot, then wrbr shiver and a look
    strett t eLE.Inza4 (qo 41CHW ft ien'4s r I I 1') J .ern ; at r.,, wounded in iu dignity, its independence \n"-l "ever rejoice over and is therefore as harmless as
    bock frMA 1(r ) Iflbe laro exvn1 ii t UH"II.nit 1 not with the eye, then any of apprehension put ia a second, and then as
    .ay, Yu k, r3'r WiI b f"ti'ad, i > ncisr ll**>ni tliarnn *,,, threatened, and being compelled to raiso anurmy Angd/lare! unless provoked lmynggressiou.Lrnfortunately .
    1$ uoui. :i tonp't..te l'k Oruz.nieat i-'i! be -piwl to Mi f.*in-iw Cat'.ri.i-. r'pt44tkflI i I east off with the lip. Angels Buffer not other man, they do no more ibanjaake a trembling courtesy
    in coldl
    Likn Ptniit itj Pkt'rrt Fraie | tt-AirnttniiiPil. pjH in irJir to rrrf''t *..e iiterm<(>(i .j.l to oppntc that of your Majesty, prefer v the brow dark with discon- at this period-the spring of in the water, the element tames,scarcely
    & & Ts trLff4 'orn,1ipI Wltat etrv 'arktv J nia* f LIt tsir w>?tn-rnr."r; lli< v i..uo added largely red to deelare war tatimer than to remain in a 1)3SSlfl to paint Would not wish, evenStUiiV 1851, the Indian was induced to claim te reaching the region of heart, and theatric*

    work, i. mjositij; Ltat. 4 iae. I to thoir manuOwturinj f filitie! wJii-'li they* tru't'xrjli I state of uncertainty and humility. The Porte tent and hatred. you t Or does thisthot'ltt charge ofremoving the Florida I'.dians, and t i a squeal they run to dry laud aa BOOB as pos-
    Fbr.r 1.'. s4. I *'ijable! tliPtu in futtre promptly to mo t *vrv demand. hid claimed cnr enpport : tho cause of the to bceome angels transferred from the War
    from atread' ther -alers I with the multitude that they were i sible, and shivering cry, "How cold it Is !
    Notice.iuWteJ Ifarcta or otlir.ro Porto appeared to us to bo a just one, and never cuter to the Department of the Interior.A their
    not Others shutting to
    again seraphic
    en\. lintel to rnmiiyj our splendid a ortmcLtOROVESTEES' the the mindV threshold I Wby pre- i eyes
    .t LL rwtaal f, the Pt'.eribe Is. Lf ,purcba eewIwie. English and French squadrons were therefore cross for this lugh dcstinnUon t Why contract was given to a citizen of Ala. i the dangers ofthe deep, souse j in, bead. and

    JA: aeiut, luerc.juefct. .. to call akaJ ; i'fe the, & TRUSTC, orderod to the Bosphoriis. pre, then, the sublime thoughts, and Iwautiful bama, who wa to have received a large euro elM, and rising-with a Naiad' glow epoa
    a' crv ,,,es.le.nrn.n ; 1Iaii JT. Y. Rt Nicholas Our attitude iu reference to Tuikey was not discii>line onnoner for rennviig them-rather ra >ro "
    Hotel. declare the
    LAiz3e3 a 503) Broidwny, fcdjoioia deeds f Cultivate your ? their faces, sea "dehctotzs &
    ray aM ;e.ncu. retacIe i j it Ue.bJIry tiat N. II. I'rominm were awarded hy the American that of .1 protector, but it was pa wive. We ia good m spmtBanwh ; than double the cost of removing them by tha
    gentle -
    : :; ,bc s.t1leJ ae ear'y' as4 laMitute to their Pianos fire year! in U
    13, IS5. 7 3m aililrosed to the ears of the Sultan the advice forever deception,



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    i ribtan Honor to Whom Honor ii Dot.By State Advertising." bill hat already brought it ape to par. The pamgc I t English Impressment be eculJ have averted. 'Never.did aa -

    t : jl & J0nrnalTALLAHASIEE rcfcixnce to tho vote of the Senate on the N wretched a blunder. -never wash.,.'
    Even Gam'sonism cannot sink It. Seward, Hale an.l lamentably at fault is Mr.
    braska bill that of so as Everett in
    nhieh it hi.upon
    pvbliah to-day, appears little more liberality towards the. present Executiveof o( NnallwprtNment" and the danger of resorting
    Chase stood in 'esteem as at the Nebraka tilL He
    , the 61 Secaton the of never so high public has lost a ]
    -,- - 23 votes wk rendered prevent,in i..hnndaume&\"Or. While majority we regret I Flcrida than its whig cotemporary of this city, and present, and John )f.Niles, Gideon Welle, and Franc to it" by England in the impending war. It portunity of consolidating his fame of Untiag'peadld\

    -_____-. _- _: to find the Barm of the lion. John Bll, of Ttnoeoee admitting that in some instances Oov.Broome has followed Gillttte stand fair for early Governors of Conuecticut I&Y'I I est amongst the billing light of the land Q.

    and the two Senator of Texas, recorded by precedent in the distribution of State patron "Of British sailors, there) are not fewer in the American with a strange infatuation abandoned the loft

    f: Sttiriiy, March 18 1854. the liMe of Scvmrd's Sunnier'. and Chase's, in opposition age, proceeds to say. Bat tbe Floi idlan. on to M merchant employ than 50.000 at this moment tion which he n> long 1 heM I 1 with honor to himself***"

    ", _: to the bill, it has been peculiarly gratifying to remark maJe the goes All Hail, Ohio amid speaking not l lightly, or on insnfHcient ground benefit to his country and descended to unite 1

    t T2RMS-'hree observe the good temper which for the most part deny a by Sentinil that all official After repeated effll lq. the Ohio legislature succeeded I it is our firm and fuji conviction that during the first with a root whose doctrines maxims and Bfkcu.
    i Dollar per annum, il paid in business concerning the of the State I cannot bu: be the of LU When !!
    marked its d cuMou through all its incipient cutset, people whole three mouth of a war with Ru-qia or any other power opposite wesetJ
    :. advance; US 10 rf paid within MX months of the time in electing a Senator on the 4th iost., in place of I smrender himself
    r in both the whatever most of thorn will liaVe naturalized 1man to the Free H-J
    t f from introduction to i iu final pasnugv. It is true, was formerly published Whig and Demo
    uUcribinjriittd400 at te end cithe Ad- S. }'. Chase whose term in March next. The and Abolitionists and tike his
    ." year. Mr. Tooniba in his speech handled Sovvaid and Sum- cratic To this it is added : expires themselves American citizens in the sole view of saving place aOftflidect
    .t ri,J ( nrHIDet One Dottnrp*square of 12 linos for first, ncr with much severity, which, liowvvvr they bore papers. the mannerof gratifying result is thus) announced in the Ohio is/air- themselves (mom the risk of being impressed. Seward Chase, and Stunner we have :nothiiig"
    .. : An fifty Ot fO all q1fut inaertioos An- publication i-f the late official canvas of the judicial will then be forever lost but to express our astonishment at the
    : 'f with great mofknitw, lit m\'ldl ouil. 2
    rMl0ut candidates, Five Dollars 41Cb,alwcya criticism on heir motives rather tenCe I totltfrat than election was strictly according to precedent-that .cizt allY one nf Ihrm aniivhere will involve U.' intfiintly regret so lamentable nn instance of instabilitv W*.
    T4 "The two Houses of the met to at '
    ts t paid 1 advance. Oblttiary amIMnrriaje Legislature day in jr/'A tJif I'nif'l Stales because the of the most gifted intellects of the age. *
    t: llo l'ro!>Hte hl.hjt.t'L Tlic cxci-IIcut .p| OA.x-h of Judge precedent being the publication of the advertisementof and cost 110 votes for Uuiled States Senator a war ,
    noon. as
    nnt xrill be Time rlrfrotion of Mr.
    < pubUhr Uutlcr While In- protection of thc-e men in tao full right of their new I Everett and of the
    ;? Ko of S. C., was in much better taste. the official canvass of the Presidential election in follows : .

    I [ gi legal ofet description o the will given cs- with equal eeverity rebuked the arrogance and inconfistency 1S52. It is true that that ordered to be inserted I G. E. Pngh. .. . . . . 80 citizenship is, and must be, the fine qua no* of the It Intelligencer useless U has played the havoc fact that with (he "
    any b of Northern fanaticism he did it iu such a was only E. R. F.cklt'I 6 existence of the power nnd of the independence of > disguise AbcJJL_
    p until tbc Mmtuing te U in and that and the citizens will for their Free Soilism have with these accessions
    : rdTe way as not oifi-tid, AIM at the same time to make the three papers, in two Tallahassee papers a P. Chase,. .. . .. .. . .10 country ; new fight I I Token the tie whi>h bound
    abolitionibts .luke and tremble in their choc) Altogether our own. This we will not deny. But we assert R. E. Scheucek..I own freedom against that unnatural mother whose avarice together tha"iIhe 'W\ip or
    seeks to rob and enslave them, with the exalted I South and of 'the North. The former
    Coming European We. the devchipnicnts which )have grown out of and any denial of it by the Fhr'Kun cannot be sustaiued Blanks..3 trrnize with the QlmQtb-.
    44 The the discussion and >as. of this bill the courage of the bitterest hatred. latter. arrayed as tbey now
    through .art.
    intelligence lea\f DO doubt j agc that from the beginning of GoBrown's ad- George E. Pugh was declared elected United) gainst ono another the vital ronstitatiooaTi
    The Examiner that if would upon
    Senate have been
    highly gratifying to the South.PKasing England save .
    that a tremendous struggle i.i about commence iu miuutrntion the advertisingof States Senator from the 4th of March, 185:. ciple xv hirh i ii embraced! in the
    t to that time Nebraskaquesj.
    'Jrl.1"II .,
    it "
    indeed )
    us must always be to/ee such men up herself from so formidable a desertion she /
    "There the ii< "
    old was some as to counting There fimfcl
    Z'F. tb world. The Cur' reply t as Judge Clayton Gcii Cass and character loft the in be neither consistency propriety or tit.cerity. .
    N.pleu'lietur Judge Douglas a general was sent to papers blanks loose
    time tctd.-in
    the The lieutenant not 'okinal
    on announcing votes. governor no a pnclaimtng in union between them '
    after the
    t41' extinguished The last of other conservative Senator any oe
    hope a pacific from the noti-fcluvchold- proc,1s.
    h Ilutun.- this town as well as published in to/A the papers in finally decided to count them. One of th -blink the total oMillvn.; ings of the Northern this
    of impresimftit short and WlJgs
    by .
    ing State unite "in a easily upon quosUM) F0l
    failed the final of so critical A moment with the
    Diplomacy b\'n "argument Tallahassee also in in the west The I votes, as stated by Judge Birchard, was cast by n
    as have been
    I' J-outh papers intelligible Act Proclamation } I tome (hy! rumors rife of a
    tg prt'1l\.I""e' her honor and do her or which shall be meeting "ftlta
    jUloticl'itwns democratic member
    Kings" >I. tried. It will affair.Tbe .- from who sai l tint
    no pigmy Maligning <
    i t b whole of the di I having been wcretly held at Wai if
    if advertising was peu"cdilhout any ]
    poit-ible still more pleasing to see the South its.4frtn he forthw ith ed l in numbers in
    three ) France and wad instructed not to vote for any man who did n"t post up great every portof in ton. in which Messrs.
    great b frrnt-EglnJ I and united almost to a to maintain her of proscribing; or ithout any recognition Stephens, and 4.
    man. seeming
    purpose oppose Douglas's Nebraska bill ntnl could n"t vote formIr. the United Kingdom and of all our colonies) ; so ers declared tile iIisbanlet1! and denounced
    the and party
    -are mightiest on globe, rights and uphold the Constitution and the th
    nlton. J integrity of those marked preferences?, which the Pugh, because he was strongly iu f.ivorof it. Wed that! the English) fai'or all the world I National Intelligencer for its desertion of the
    over atonce Soutll."e -T1'
    wf the
    the efforts make will into Union. When the may
    shade of IS'll
    cart all Acts
    they I Comptomis > not where these
    'i be instructions from the
    th f'ioridion speaks of. There is a clawing oil here ; people know not whether these nunor be Well >}
    ?:tZ previous straggles. It i thought by some, that the : were put upon their passage, thc South anfortunately from the well admission I of ilahoninjj came from nor how they conM overrule know, that there is nothing for hm:: to lose b! or not, but this we wmany. that if they shall fonodtd be
    original allegation, as as an implied coo.
    i? ootcst will sooa terminate. Russia they say, gigantic was like a house divided against it fif. The paintsQpctadti \>l had I Mr. Musser's sense of fairness by leading I.illll" continuing an Englishman, and nothing for him to firmed. we shall be gratified by the stand taken br
    was then exhibited of Southern SctMitors uniting of the truth of our dtnial. The Sentinel "
    vote a blank unllI"t!
    fur the whose hsd
    Is her I man name gain by becoming nn American. the meeting. ami shah cheerfully cast in our lot
    v .
    be wto
    M roust
    power, speedily overborne by tLe with Xortlurn litioiiists to defeat a measure asserted and we believe the Jlrptillican also. that been prcseiute4 l by the action of tbe caucus of which he It adds : Unless the Crown be advised to the South-our own South-and abMe] tbe
    now !
    superior strength of her aiversnres.' But this dues which bad for its object the permanent. peace and all official business concerning the people of the 1I'a, a member. renounce qncDCcs. Inclination no less than duty impel.
    folio tranquility of time COli n tt .. c can but sec in the But this this power, the war with Russia, if it )lasf! us U
    :a not *. If tbe Czar succeeds in giring .to the ) whole) State, was formerly published in both the Whig on great priaciplo Mr. Pugh could] ) well af this Jeterminuil'n
    change of public icntiment on th't'ud question a ford t<> lose time will not only the loss to of
    oontest tbe character .. even three -c: of a Holy War' he ill'i pco
    : as beI
    and Democratic This we denied, a.llot
    mural which is ominous of better times. papers. pie will sustain the sustained of her L.Vlhu 1-JxOM EUROPE.AEEIVAL
    as legislatnrf have liirn a great part maritime population, bill \ ilJllrl'y .
    drntly endeavoring to do, RIIM'UU fanaticism will be While the Abolition'sts': arc Consistent only in their according to fact and referred, for illustration to In his democratic principles applied! to Douglas's hilt
    I lIng pi illl'uh'I.. in u'lth America? I OF THE ASIA.
    a war
    14i4 xclted to the highest pitch of plirenzy. lila armies opposition to the extension of Slavery, it is particularly certain ftVial publications made in 1852-not one We regard his election as glorious triumph of I this

    *ill number hundreds of thousands, and the sequel gratifying to see the South unite, with a uiumiimtyunprceedeiited I I .ilvirti the but democratic measure in Ohio. No man could have The Esaininer, remarks tIle Savannah Georgian, NEW Yoax, Msrh, H. 4

    ; be differeut from that which is in the .innals legislntion, to upproxe !einent as RtpiiUlc-tn represents been L elected who was opposed to it. That was tried. docs not oxaggerate the probability of a war between TIle British Mail Steamship Asia. Capt. Edwan/0

    . may very imaginedThe a principle in '.".01 about the propriety of which she I (trp-.which were canted to appear iu three papers Mr.: Pngh, a. is well known, is unequivocally and opeii- Great Britain and Americn, growing out oC the contest > Lott. with Liverpool dates-to the 25th nit. ani,.

    I French people, t-Lthusiaslic for liberty, ouce but was divided in '50.( Take the question slavery out only. TIle Jttpullican after finding its tirit t.\t\.1|i ly in f.ivor of the Nebraska lull He was well known with Russia in case the former shall Halifax( Wednesday night last and]'t at .-

    tied for y.ars, tangle) lauded. with tghuid, Spnin, vt Congress, as is contemplated by this bill, and in n ment thus shown to be incorrect drops down from a* such wlien nlHlllllal cJ. We are authorise'! to say I! revive attempt to hour on Thursday morning for New York.

    e' Austria, and the mo t of the petty State! of Italy tewymrs thc fire of Abolitionism will bum out for the air all and then that lie is for the bill. the practice of naval impressment. It i is well LIVERPOOL MAKKKTS-The Asia reports tie _

    while convulsed Iwnie with midable want of fuel to tan the llame. to neat ly" limits the patronage j ':Now, ]lit it IN known throughout th) Union that known that this question was at the bottom of the of the week ending on tIle day (if her sailing to ha,.

    even at a To erase it from the vocabulary rf nntional politics ; thus ,teari'. divided to "both" the papers io. Ohio has a senatorcf her (own true to the national democracy second war between England and the United States. :t beou 40,000( bales of wbic'i speculatrs took 6,000 tad

    civil war, "bicb it required on army of hundred : was contemplated by the structure cf both the Whig Jacksonville "l hutL" in Tallahassee. and .also ra-I -a man w'u'sc influence n-eqnmtly will Le Nor was it settled by that war, nor by the terms !i, exporters 3,000 ba'o?. The market closed with priI I

    l thousand men to quell. In three campaigns they de- and Democratic Platforms laid down by their respective -: in the West"* This is appioacbing the scratch I felt iu Washington. L<.t Chase ami Wu-le be told ly with ces__ranging_ :u in_ favor cf buyer !
    pen which it
    r Z: troyed the power of the aliw, overrun Holland and Conventions at Baltimore in 52, a'nJ we can but and doubtless Douglas that they vitally misrepresent Ohio by theirvotes. peace was concluded. England denying /I The following are the quotations :

    detached from the coalitiou and regard it as highly )honorable to Northern sentiment, very cautiously, the editor saw good Lot the scamlnl be now erased. Oir: escutcheon the right of expatriation, claimed tbe privilege of .: Fair Orleans! .. ..6ji

    Italy Spain compelWd at least so far as it has signified i its purpose in this th. : reason for weighing his language. It will be noticed j i is clear. Then, again, three cheers fur the Ne impressing the sons of Britain wherever they might Fair Uplands..6! @ tld. '4

    England to talk of peace. It is not impossible first trial of its faith to adhere to its pledpts of ':2. i that the democratic paper at St Augustine is totally I braska bill popular sovereignty and our new young l e fouii'l. Her long continued contest with Middling! Oilcans-. id. -1

    I for the Czar to achieve si
    tbe terms of peace from the palace of the Sultan promise acts of IboO. Th..ugh we have expressed 1 I I large portion of the carrying trade of the The stock remaining on hand is OOOOO bales, of t
    I Simply because, during the whole tour years Three cheers, we respond, for Nebraska, AND TilE world)
    ourbelves plainly iu reference to some of the bliort- the hands of Americans. Induced by lucrative wlich :oIo() are American. k.:

    tic in the Turkish capitaL. The Russian fights for his religion comings of the Administration in other matters, we I prcevding the advent of the present Executive that DEMOCRACY or Onio., who thus vindicate their claim pay. her sailors and subjects sought protection Prices of breadstuffs favor the purchaser. Western

    or tLiub he does which Is the same as if it are unwilling withhold the meed of praise \vhei ever sheet except in one solitary instance, was pn>s>cribed. -' to fraternity with tIle South. The new Senator is a amid profit under the flag of the Union. WhE'o' Canal Floor closed! at 41s. to 41s. 6H.: Ohio. 4 la. ..","I

    Were really so. Religious fanaticism is the most un- it is merited or justice to whom it il1 du'e ;>rthappy !" But it would) be a waste of words to follow the lawyer of Ciucinnatti about 32 of Tie she fid.; Yellow Corn 47s. to 48s.; White Com 48s. .
    therefore years age. attempted torch American vessels, to reclaim: under active trade.Money -
    scribe all honor ADd the an
    praJsf to j .
    : ic relenting and furious of nil fanaticisms. Under the I lauI1'Ct further. It is sufficient to kuow that the New York Ti ibune remarked of him his'election '-
    J'resident and his Cabinet on tho Nebraska question I previous to her seamen, she was rt. isted. .Should she again attempt ia easy. Consols unchanged and steady.On .

    j _;. inspiring rry of the Cross against the Crescent the With the unders'aiuling that they are the vowed ,,(; statements made and the unjust charges preftred are -" ill' has talent, cncrriI1l1d a boundless it, lignin she will be resisted; and we may the 22I l the Havre cotton market was quwt ,

    ..Muscovite empire will heave like a tr.igftty01 friends and. open advocates of the measure, wc siy : unfounded and disproved by the record. A simple I ambition. He is currently reported l to have declared have a secoud war cry of Free Trade aud Sailors"Right The sales <>f the wetk Lid been 5,000 bales. '.

    ; cabo di tuf"1xby the fires of Its most emphatically honor to \\hom ImniT is due."'- ,. THE EASTEEX Qrtsnox.England and France are
    pent up ages. reference to the sums paid to the Whig and Demo- I while \"ela sehool-boy.tbat be would] one dlhe President :' -'
    will be n'ible-it. march irrewtible.1" As a Southern man we entertained in common withmany ., I !''in tl' i i.v.ne a joint manifesto, which will be cquiv*.
    Ii vomitings distingui.hed members of his own our I cratic presses of the State, during the administration :, of the United State*." TIme editor) admitted that i lent to a declaration of war. .
    cara may ellpeexr.m! the struggle ends, and when) fears of the bitter fuJe between the llarJ" and 'I of Go,.. Broome's predecessor, will set the question atI if elected to the Senate, ho would make hi* mark 7*) the Editor uf he FloriJian 4.$ Journal. \j i No naval or military engagement is reported \ :

    it shill end the Cm cent may have disappeared from "Softs." But if the fitra'jiht-forwarJ, mr-nly: ciiur. i j j I iet nod show how "nearly" the patronage was iliviJed. I: there." His election) remarks the CLarle.-ton Ifei mry, MR. EDITOR There in 1 tl.it arrival :France continues actively engaged 4

    t.hm rcroll of natious Iu short, it is t4, be one of those of the AJininibtration; on the Nebravka quebtinn is a ; ( is unusual H pnblifheil our sisterS'atea I|l i her formidable warlike preparations. Austria 18 to- ;
    By examining the published exhibits of theo i interest, and is likely to have nn important
    of much favorable to the allied '
    -ir contest the result of which uo mortal ken can foretell. true indication of its future action,it gives Ub nssi1raIeethat periodical pecul:ar and object As it i coming more powemi.t .
    the rights of the American people! are vntrusttd i Comptroller and Treasurer, it will be found that from influence on the Nebraska question and the: niI ii not au entirely) neic enterprise, and a, it has a history -I'\ Political events of tbe highest importance aredevtI.JI king
    England end France are not anxious to enter into it, I'I the I to make that I A significant announcement baa been
    to good hands. commencement to the close of Gov. Brown's term ] tempt tnea.ure the occawon of nnotlier brief
    full of albeit
    !j-: as is abundantly evidenced by their long hcsitatioa I I abolition yet interest but too little known i J'i I made in Paris tLrongh the columns of the Homtenr
    I 3747.13: from the excitement. Mr. Chase who is thus si
    was fund
    but for the at in vhich W. transfer the above from the columns of the : paid contingent to Whigpresses ;nnlly we propose to attempt to bring it and our Florida public '' newspaper, to the effect that if the flags France and
    Perhaps 1ffair Sinope, they and that $12C4.CO democratic I defeated and discredited at homo, is far the ablest
    ,i was paid Austria united iu tbe East France
    into will
    considered their honor would Smtintl to our own, with peculiar pleasure. The I papers. a more intimate acquaintance. The South > are not perinit -
    !L as compromised, they A krge portion of this latter sum was paid for : and most accomplished) man among the Freesoilers in emuiifsl Journal') i is the title of devotedto any attempts at separation beyond the Alp&Tbs -
    compliment to the PrcbiJeut and his Cabinet is stroll a periodical,
    j4L: Lave at least until Russun .
    kept aloof. success on the : is regarded threat to raise and Italy
    advertisements lIe and a Hungary
    required by law to appear at )least in Congress. originated gave character to timeabOiitilfl
    (lie interests of and
    frontiers left them no alternative but to fight or back as every Southern man ought to be willing to join in. !I common education now under! Austria sides with/ Kusia. It is further stated
    I I one democratic] and for and nJn.rti5ling excitement about the Nebraska bill. He
    Ulu the oature of the Austria They certainly derve well of the whole country, i]j I paper printing i he editorial charge of the llcv. E. H.Myers, Mi&icJcorgin. tIrouth tIle same channel, that France cannot'nuffer
    4' p proscnt question, .
    c- from Departments of the Goierument whose : took it as a plnuk rrnvi.Jcnti..l1yro.hl'l out for Ii. ( ; its its the of tbe Ottoman Empire to be broken by
    Prussia eeck and especially of the South in behalf of whose honor I i I Owing conception, plan, and i its Cun- integrity
    ,:: L',. to be neutral but events must drag and rights they have acted such a noble part. We beads were democrats, and who gave their patronage political salvation.) No sooner )had: Mr.Douglas reported duct fur the first twelve months of its existence,to the the aggressive i acts of Greece; and further, thIf

    !ijt.. them along cue way or the ether. They cannot, if 1(I to whomsoever thf'pleased.. We take it that these '! tbe bill, than Mr. Chase drew out and set in circulation .' France iiisc ur.tenancts all attempts at revolution
    it will not be denied that to Franklin 1'ieice Rev. 1 hos. F. Scott, now Missionary Bishop of Oregon
    suppose These viewed UM
    be It is said : anywhere. announcements are by
    would that Austria
    :1 : tbry mere spectators. ,
    ) that f.imous ail,lrpi which ,
    the former
    i fact not only utterly refute: tic Rtpublican but.,: ha-
    'j with the and is more than to any other man, the South is this day indebted : ; aridVa.hiugton, it has after attaining some maturity people a* ofli-LiL
    1 secretly Czar
    sympathises ,
    j would the Executive in consigned to an infamous immortality) in his her
    that send to
    : for the) triumphant success which} ban thus far I' justify preseut practicing I spleiuli.Ssjteech growth, and securing a large amount confidence, Austria coutinues to troops South-Ess-
    restrained from with him
    siding through fear of French attended the Nebraska BilL That bill! could not have '{i proscription" which the Whig papers scent to be iui opetiing the Nebraska discussion. But the Abohtiontet -I fallen into the hand of a gentleman well kuown to tern frontiet, and says she does so merely to prevent
    In'rijues in Hungary and Italy. Prussian: I disturbances spreading to Servia, Montenegro sad
    ' sympatlties i such dread of. had the start (.1 him, and no sooner was the
    .'I: .r however are believed to bo with the Western i pasted the Senate without the aid of the rrt'!id 'nrA Address received our community, able and willing aye, eager to adVance IJosnia.
    Columbus. resolution
    Northern friend, fourteen of whom voted with t. I'I were the cau-se s-) dear to his heart by every worthy i The attitude of Prussu remains unchanged and nn-
    Pew". Should either of these make
    T4- two empires t. Washington letter M\' :-Ilia i unjertlo-xl introduced into the Ol.io Lo-ri.'lature, sustaining; its "
    I within his explained.
    poI The
    means Journal. the resultof
    South and thus saved the in tl.at power.
    i14. common cause with Russia, the struggle must be still measure body. the Senate Nebraska bill when it u reported to the '!j I sitions, and denouncing Mr. Douglas and I }his bill. It first I J t is reported that a joint-manifesto has been agreed
    private enterprize, was published at Colunabu
    .,& and the still doubtful. The Sentinel falls into error in classing both the I Ii I Ir by i'rauce and Englund. bath all the fure rf
    loafer protracted, issue more House will be referred to the Committee on Territo- I was even reported that they had been adopted. Mr. after upon ;
    { Texas Senators with the al. tiouhu. Gen. RusK. |!I then a years career transferred l. under new eclr' a formal declaration of war which will be. issued is a
    '1 |i riog and that it will remain there f"r the present. Chase seemed 1 to have it all I.is own way, and to he tonal
    to Macon. Private it few d-ivs. It U farther rumored that edhj
    Senator the of the Ilouston voted fur the mmi"emnent once, was |[ Zngl
    lflnllory.S colleague renegade
    i". I Meantime, the Nebraska bill already! ported from : on the point of becoming tLc topmost u-ave of a mighty ; nlt[>t-d Novrmber i.f last year, by the Georgia State i iTt'aeher'f j sent a h.uil ann-'Uticeineot' to the Czar naming a definite -

    Pending the discussion of the Nebraska Bill in the bill. nnd sustained it throughout Senator Chiyton of the lIon C Committee (.11 Territories ill be cetij sea. Association. such nomiaal | time in which be must evacuate the Prineiplxi

    .t. Senate, Mr. Mallory was called away from Washington I Delaware did not vote at oil Had he been present, j siJeied in Committee of the Whole) and) all the dis- The resolution*, however did not pass ; the great adoption; the further/ maintenance Easy as was of this [ liigland ha-s formally noticed Prtwaia of her iot nti"D -

    ..f however when tIe final vote was taken he would i I! stranger u send a fleet to the Bait ie. Prince George, of
    .. .. by domestic affliction. He was aoxiaus to record ;I custiou will take place upon that till. Whenever it t debate in the Senate threw its p>werfil: Iiiit over the chill presented many formidable diSvultes ; toi i f C.mibi iJe, will command the cavalry under Lord
    bit vote in favor of the bill but circumstances forbid have voted by the side of Seward. When the S,unto Mr. Chase's
    f1J. is ot thinnedoff
    . is abcertamed that thcie --tJ wrth enough to pass it country ; high wave leadership whoeo particular charge shall it be conlu.ittcd1\ It tglamn.
    bit it uncertain what met on Tuesday the 7th, Mr. Clayton and Mr. Everett juts moderate sized bubble and) I from the Danube state that the opposing
    .:itv remaining especially as 'gram at I I the Territorial Commit will th(' j riport back the a ; after two None otf.rhg. the Rev.: Mr. Myers, was at lat to use Accounts

    ;1 time the final vote would be taken. Previous to I. both asked permission to record thtir votes in the negative. Senate bill, and press it through under the operationsI months' canva*;ing, lie nceived just ten vote out cf I.ii own expressive language, ,nack to volunttet" ( forces are preparing fr a great battle.

    ...,,. leaving, however, be {wired off with Senator Houston, : It is due to Mr. Clayton to say that favored I of the previous question. The adatitage of this plan! 110 (orre-eleetion to his place in tic Senate. The Nebraska I I unanimously elected its Editor pressed to accept-he l i The Nothing Sbah new of Ptrs'a from ArLxi has finally announced that M'

    ', 1'. as we learn from the correspondence of thc Xew I the repeal of the Missouri Compromise and 'otftl for I lips in the (act that the moment tLcre i is a majority question was all the time made the test, anti! lid accept The "Journal" ably conducted at first will remain neutraL

    1.): 1 York JTtrald. Tbo following paragraph in a despatch the amendment proposed ly Mr. Douglas embracingthat for the bill discussion on can it be stopped J ; \vLiUt, the successful) candidate? was not only? opposed to Mr.j [ still ui.untains i iti high character. So much fonts i AJlory. THE GHEKK IN5LflrOt.The Greek insnrrefr
    in The
    forniiJable Epbesu -
    ,'1 to that paper dated Washington, 4th inst, will repeal t if it was m the) Committee clf the Whole) the previous -I j Chase's Abolitionism, but X\RS distinguished! fi-r tbe -I tion has have become taken time town cl Aria, tttaide the Turks

    i' explain the circumstance- Tbe ScntinrJ gays coiroctly, Take the questionof question could not be made available.) I boldness) with which he advoted the abrogation of the' A word with regard to its object. A great n'i1-1 in ib# citadeL Three thousand insurgents are within

    -1 I i : It is due to Mr. Mallory, of Florida that 5t should! shivery out of Congress, as is contemplated by this I It seems, however that should a majority tlu> Missouri nesl rtctiOI'. want .f general opportunities of education with its : ten miles Tanya.. The Albanian detachment of the

    :::J.;i. be distinctly understood be left this city under the 1.yv i- bill, and in a few years the fires of Abolitionism will House be in favor of the bill, its euceci-s U not lit all The result pn>bably fettles the success of the Nebraska natural general ignorance among tl.o: j ( reek regular! troops has gone over to the insurgents.
    . T dea tint (Jen. Houston had agreed to pair off with I consequence I Ar.neit bands of Albanians go from village to village
    burn for of fuel fan tbe flam. To I
    out the want to
    . him and-'tliat dais was Gen. Houston's understanding I certain. The New York 7'iiljune cUveK'jn a plot for bill in the IIou o ; nail l the decided action of nisssea-this great evil existed In tbe South ; was recoijniz'd -\ arousing the people and distributing arms gratuitously.

    i I: as evidenced by the, fact that be on Friday asserted erase it from the vocabulary t>f national politics wns the d -feat the measjre by vi.lemiee : I PCllnsymllilOli) ,), and Illinois, protaWy also will -1Li doplored. A rtmrjyKtisj'rlt to be necessary. amid circulating inflammatory placards, te. Tbe

    .t f'. io open session, be had paired ofTvith Mr. )laUory.t .- contemplated by the structure of bti the Whig and 4 There i is n when all nthrr methods fjil in nip in the bud), the hopes of those who thought to makea IWore any efficient remedy could be applied Greek gi-vernm. nt remains apathetic and powerlesc.
    | !
    ;' Notwithstanding this Gen. Houston voted down their I way At Sdlonica on the 5th, an insurrection broke out,is
    . ;J agreement, Democratic rl tfl'rmel"il by respective "Lich (he cuiioumination of the Nebraska iniquity great sectional issue on the qu lti"n. Tbo whole certain preliminaries: were to be adjusted-general at-
    ! which the Turks attacked and defeated tbinsurgents.
    ... f ,.it... agniust the bill this morning. Conventions at Baltimore in '62, and we can but regard -. can be prevented, uuT..(.Bt must be Northwest ell; Tmit *.rt iuIy sustain the bill ; and I tcutnu mr.
    it ) honorable to Nortiien senliujcnt, at resorted to if it become* necefiiry tu arrest tile with and the Northwest united with the
    as highly i pns- Pennsylvania to this end, general information with reference Disturbances continue in Asia Minor. At Knlsrtt
    -L. Letter the t-f the till.
    Czar. The
    . tfapoleon's to it has its in this the I snpe Adminis-troti-n will put the Seward is not mad in blood i is bein la
    r least so far as signified purpcre entire South even Mr. enough and other places constantly shed.
    the disease be disseminated.
    ti to This
    bill it diiwt > was was the
    the it
    : The letter which the first of on pab""ge! thioufih house when
    we publish en :
    V. page first trial of its faith, to adhere to its pledges of*52 arrives from the Senate. At least his ambition to attempt to excite a sectional war. Greece itself, great excitement continues to prevaiL-
    suet is the existmz to excite attention awaken intt'rl.lt.catter
    ,1 1t'i the Fbi idan from Loots Napoleon to the Russian: I > ol.ject : Disturbances also continue in the Ionian Islt.
    1 and the principles of legislation embraced iu the Com l'rol.rra1l1mp. Tl.is will l bc mt with an effort to l laY it --
    . J tie of in the British iutt.llicDCe-t'-idt'ntly was nothing as a meansto MlSCELL.Stl>CS IsTELUGESCK.- Lord PjltDCTStOB
    Autocrat was subject t inquiry promise nets of 1850." This is true as respects the on the table or, if that cnnuot Le carried to put. it into Sending FuoJ to /'/ this end the Prtw. The "Southern
    jP m House of Commons on the 14th :. Mr. D'Israeli the Com'nitti-e (,tbe Whd'e.: whi-h 5 i. the court of superior ro is
    Noi them Democrats only. Tutr ABE ALOXE ENTITLEDTO Herald rays : Smith O'Brien has been pardoned, and the exil
    .: ; asked tie Ooverumcnt if the letter was authentic, to chancery of )legialntion l. a s irt of Di?nml Swamp. School: Journal" was therefore started. With such
    l0)0L The Northern Whigs to a man repudiated bill A few days ago five or six bales of Fodder werehippecJ soon expected home.
    where weak hi
    which Lord John Russell responded that it was, and 1 I any way their powers of l IIICt.)1o- from this District destined 1 for Florida. This an object in view, calculated Tor all.) adapted to all, Mr. Buchanan, our Mrolster at the Court ofbt
    the pledgee of 52. and the principles legislation j tion get stuck fa-t in the ntud and i mora! If the ,,
    : 4 that The British Government bold themselves respon-I I 1 bo carried into is H uew article of export. StiLl indicates the trials arid l parent: children and teachers-shall it claim no sup. James, was a; the last levee 01 me vjueen.
    : "
    : u. embraced in tbe Compromise nets of 1850. They are measure can the Coninr.it', very well ; I incident to settling in new countries. We 'rt from enlightened Southerners Because It is reported that! the Rothschilds and the Bank of
    if it will become the privations p are
    not solemn
    i *4>Ie for its sentiment I duty of its reiits
    ;; :1 their to and to their i T t). advanced hundred million franc ta
    _ thus faithless to pledges, prriciple | have been informed that the great influx of emigrant France have two
    to : and gifted with lighfand shall all others
    ' In Paris there that the Czar's league together, by means of Calls of the knowledge, pine
    a rumor I
    was response
    ; i: Southern Allies, and are not to be trusted Itremaii House and motions to to Florida has caused great scarcity tf provisions forman the French GovernmentForty
    oiljuuni arrest all further proceedings I in obscurity, UK fires of intellect uiikimlled. the obstructing f
    . to the letter of Louis Napoleon had been received I and boast. Fodder is now worth from two to arrests were made in Paris in the course
    to be seen whether Southern Whigs will continue to upon time bill, and nil action f.f the body un
    't 'i and that it was of an unfavorable baracter. The letter til the majority The three dollars per hundred .flour tn dollars per barrel. ; rubbish of ignorance unromoved I Humani the uiu'nded eelebratioa of the anniversary of the ris
    and thus aid enemies give way. minority arc -
    affiliate with them our worst do this: competent and other things in prCl'CJl't. We have uo doubt, ty.jnmtice. and patriotism alike forbid the thought.- the Republic.An .
    : .au been printed and read at all the Barracks in to and it i is uailcrbtood thev are contemplating -
    :1: P administration in whose hands) the offensive and defensive between Francs
    : in overthrowing an however, should the season be favorable there will be alliance
    ;." France ama< distributed throughout all the Communes.as I such a procedure HiU course "is extralegislative Florida this all demand The piper' needs enlarged support that it may prove and Switzerland it i is believed, has been formally COB-
    in to
    made ,
    .: rights of the South and of the whole people are confessedly and only to be reported to sufficient year, supply -
    on extreme occasions. effective.' It has interest at heart-
    : t t more a common
    . well oT Paris.
    gentlemen who ; eluded.
    as corner know emigratedto
    .t t every many
    ] Hafc. But that the present is one that authorizes and 1
    'J' LetteR from St Petersburg state that military prep- demands it on man can deny. It many excite b**! h- ; Florida last year from Ibis section w ho will never cannot a common support be extended i Educatedmen Mr.Daniel's letter te the Richmond Examiner sxol

    I allow such a scarcity to exist again in their neighborhood )lond their aid to the numerous of much comment at Turin.
    4' : xraticus were being made on an immense scale, and North Carolina Bonds- tv and lead to impassioned scenes in Congress but colleges our

    ' : that exasperation was produced at the Palace this cannot be aviadcd. Ifit x>uld br lb1t a crisis if industry and perseverance can prevent it. Southern country. TIM rich and the blessed are made -

    great Some time ago, the Trcasove* of North Carolina or a collision, that cannot be helped. Better than Later from California!
    i -cr. the of Louis Napolooa'a letter. so richer still and yet more o ssd.. For the people thereis
    . by receipt advertised for bids for a loan or 500,000 to thai that crisis collision shmild OTHC heteafUr, "ben all The recently elected Senator from Ohio, Mr. Pugh- provision. And hold in The Steamship North Star baa arrived atN'
    . no adequate yet the pfrple
    i and tbe 28th nIt the bids were opened at mae lost to the free Statos. iu the Mexican under Col. I California with San Francisco dates to the
    Bill State, on was a Captain war, Brough, York from
    j I usThe Washington Star says the Nebraska their hands, the destiny of the nation. The Many San Francisco
    Jt She brought no specie. mark -
    awarded to the 16th
    and applicants the Ohio of volunteers. he
    among regiment Subsequently
    Raleigh of
    t will oertaiulypaM the House by a majority of at least A bill has recently passed the Senate of Va. says without opportunities, muet in a country like ours. 1 t continued dulL

    fI !: tUrty votea. The hopes of its opponents are with whom was Major Beard, Comptroller of Florida who tbe Charleston Coin ier, fur tbe of allowing attracted the attention of Gen. Lane, who appointed rule the/. The former not the latter, will give toa The Mexicans were engaged in making coaat defen
    11 Bond to 43,000 in behalf this purpose and with him in all those battles
    received} amounting him aid de-camp was the Filibusters.
    !1 the New York Hards. The editor sssAt present certain free negroes in the counrty of Nitkway to enslave nation, such as ours, its character. The subscription ces
    which him the title of the Marion of the The Fillibusters had began to quarrel among th'
    i. not pitpared toty how far the enemies thcmeclve. These gave for the "Southern School Journal" is r"y nHall. Will
    : we *r< State.The negroes had earnestly petitkincd selves anti a part were in open mutiny against ft1
    bid about $ The of
    whole amount
    was ,5QO.OOO. Mexican War. The
    l.j .f tbe otcasuM will succeed with the lards ; as some to the Legislature for this privilege. Mr.Campbell says not every Floridian who read this brief notice, say dent (((1)I) Walker, -whose cause they have deeertei
    4lt successful bids ranged from 105 : .tOo to 104 5-10", him Although in early nuujbood, he has attained 8w
    yet I Will not ALL Fraixnaco wrecked the
    : of them talk as though eager to punish the South, the Senator from the Not to way district aid that to the enterprizJng editor Godpeefl The ship San waa on

    {"4t: (in Toting oo it.) even if it ha& U requiwte to etulti- averaging about four and a quarter per cent. premium. they had been fuaounuttexi by the will of a gentlemanin a Ligh reputation as a lawyer and! democratic politician uuite upon that which b eommen to all? near the city of San Franeieeo, and will prove a total M

    that We This premium added to that obtained on two former and f or a number of years has stood in the "Southern School Journal" edited by Rev. E. low. Her cargo was valued at $100,000, a portion
    t: n Iy themselves to accomplish object must lila district, and that their cU tre vas to be sold to The it will be saved.
    sales (1 f.OOOOO each, has yielded to the Treasury of front rank of our public men. His nomination to the One Dollar
    Macon Oa. annum
    ti i be peroritled to add, however, that we place a fcigher their lal e masters next kin. A. large DHinbor v(respeCtable II. Myers per Ifisctltantout Domtslit yews.
    I' North Carolina upwards of ?60,000. Senate at tbe of 32 is a compliment which has to with
    age in advance subscriptions commence
    ! estimate .pon their oharacter, as men and their intelligence I citizens of Nofctoway leeling an interest in tbe invariably ; I The Coroner's in the Gardiner case haw
    i11 i facts afford the proof that eoalJ be to individual in this : I. Jury
    These strongest been riHW paid: country
    as politicians, (of the Hards) than to41.Jt'f wpposc negroes for their g.od character, added their recom any th. first number. brought io a verdict of suicide from strychnine band
    "r 1 offered of the high credit which that State enjoys. but an truly in this instance it has been well
    we <
    I that they will flaunt io the lace of the world, the men latioul for tile Mme object. The bill ho passed any on the testimony of physicians in attendance. .
    '. in Her bonds pay a dividend of six per cent. deserved if th* most promising talents, uuf>otUd private Nebraska and Party Politics.The There was grand celebration in Pnilaaelpn* "
    all shamming
    I i proof that Uwy kare *eco along the Senate and we have DO doubt will the *
    pass *
    ,4 Consolidat
    the of the
    character and devoted and efliekut service in the Fridav. in honor of passage
    .: ) what they have said .d done upon the slavery quef A Washington dispatch in the Savannah AVtr of House. for that effect of the Nebraska business on party BilL "The Governor and member of the I.egWa'
    -)11 democratic claims
    r tioa sine 1662; which they will be doing, in voting the I Lth t inst., My*-Tbc trial of John Charles Gardiner -I The Richmond Dltpaitk, from which paper we gather ranks of the party are any since 18.18 )(r.Pugh.1 jmlitic says the Journal of Commerce, H estimated were present

    .LHI gainst their declared principle, ou this, the first real will commence next week as & as some minor the above facts very truly says this simple fact i is distinction. In every political canvass very differently in different parts of the country. At PhmeaT.Banrarabns been nBammoosry tIid

    i . .. eloquent voice L-W been heard rallying the President of the N. Y. Cbcystal Palace As.ociati
    which has since they aeMrHled iu itself to the thormnd North the Whigs cheering and
    ri question come up I cars delayed by his brothers trial, are <5i pocu 01. an answer libclloiM accountsof democratic masses to the polls with great effect; for the are up, hope to The Supreme Court of Michigan has decided t
    from the Juun'utrution on the ground that its affioi.Ues I' the horrors of slavery, to which the their fallen fortunes by nuaus: of this
    Mr. Kej. Dwtrict Attorney, a.d Mr. lad an, are appointed prolific imagination do uot believe he recover unexpected the Liquor Uw of that State is enostitotionaL

    1 were too free soilUh for their taste or auocia on.% adm'mwtrators ou Dr. Gardiner's <*tat
    : The Star nys it M well know to all Washington feeling enste bore to have the counsel under has a superior in the State. exactly the reverse. The Peters ursb (Va) Intelligencer the Prohibitory Liquor Law KB,by a majority of

    - 4t; that o .'ar as the ..oo are concerned, the strong whose auspices Dr.Gardiner obtained bis award summoned Threatened Amalgamation of Whigs. Ab. Tbo Washington correspondent- the New Yoik a Whig paper, says: votes.In the Massachusetts Horoe of R.presentatW"bill **
    olitioaitu free So &
    , Freaidcut Las time and apia iutiiuated io tbe broadest tuioide oi the era 0. of the bad all the disconrAgenient Law of that o"1*
    The Doctor We
    to an investigation. Cow ier ,t JSVijwrer, telegraphs to that paper hoped, notwithstanding repeaUav the Prohibitory Liquor
    ten that bt regards the positioa a
    has 6th
    this particular bill, as the test of stpportof the Connecticut thus.aanotiooec what the Ifortheru I as : under the wise counsels of such men as.EYfl'ett The Penosylvaoiji Penweratic State Convenuoo
    ; fft
    . those who assisted him. He is pitied as a The Vebrtska Bill to the House to ('.- '
    t back Oorerooc
    ges anti l others of like be to re-nomiiaU for
    Democratic National Convention Platform.rrs upon Whips will do in ease the Southern Whig members the Committee Choato stamp brought consider Wednesday Bigler
    Baltimore dope of others.The Mr. Richardson will move a reference to the follies and hazards of their antiSoutherncienionttratiOOa first ballot It also nominated J. 8. Black for WJoftheScpceme

    c I Globe of the 7th aayTbi. sad of Congress support the Nebraska bill: on Territories, intimating important amendment and would upon reflection, retrace Court and Henry 8. oTIftf

    HL A dtfrateb frem LO1IY'm dates the 2f'th ctL Vakinglen Th, Oavntltt Thrown Dotettf llr. Badger in his by that Committee, and suggesting that the debate their stepa and become united with the Whigs of the Commissioner. An effort was made to introawbraaka
    occurrence (Dr flardincr'a suicide) hat caused mttclcommiseranon recent in favor of the Nebmska bill, said that I in the House in the mean time. This will choked off.
    rpeccb proceed We with
    I national expected resolutions but
    that there iio ruUi in the report .tart* a, in to behalf. We are not of the com may South in a great party. they were
    ; "the Southern Whig Senators would stand united in probably be unopposed. would of all
    that Edward Everett men
    confidence fireahetw
    a hut Senator Crittenden has declared m'wraton. Our O4 mi cration we reserve for the be made ill the Committee, At Hartford Con, a beavj
    Weebington. iU favor. This of course cuts the Whig party in The first amendment to hi. devotion to the conservative in-

    .gainst tbe Nebraska bil, .or U tore..y troth in the uHinaered Treasury and phraoVred tax-payer of the twain. 80 be it, if ao it roust be. Vothwf wflt remain will be to strike .out tbe clause presenting foreigners hove teresU signalized of the country a* they are embodied and guarded From WuKngto
    that he is aboot' declare hla .UinenU upoo oonntrv : -who individually, luwr not tat to pick up the frapveoU and unite them from voting. The second will strike out the section in thna great enactment of the thirty-first Ceo- : In the How oa Friday. reeolnbc fdUiog __
    report mDC.lh,'It.true, to the half million of dollars fiUibneUred with the free-eoil _d demc,itio party thai opposes against reviving ihe French Law of Slntery. A distinguished known colleetifely a* the emproiaiae--of oo the President for Jnfomatwo "
    that cabjeet at Frankfort or from tbe Government by this nefarioua fraud. eb.m. The free Southern Democrat promises to aid in re- gresa, Warrior at HYM
    : the Nebraska Whigs will support which lie J>M always T9d himuU *. ,"*.& to be teuroni of the Bh.k

    _muter Oenaral_dbd iL tu ao tn.UubeeriUrio but to il*cteotto which they have eontributed to Uonston before Badger. Hale before Clayton-ando fernng he Bill to the Committee erf fee Whole when friend. If he bad stood firmly up to the eruis,-. if h* zeit ment lreTai1ed in WIIh'mgb' .0 th "

    that extent nvre tbey been robbed. on to the emiL If Southern Whig roemtx-rs of report back from tbe Committee on Territoriee. had JI'O"e4 himself trae to bis post in the time of tn- On the same day In thi Ion.e th 35M .

    _I eUj;' iDiiiiiii.rr.JgMilaBtwiUi'the Congress are ready to batcher tlie Whig party, they Tb. Hardshell oppose the Bill, and will vote to referto :' nl Sere would have bt-c a cba8t'.e or getting the few Bill,tnaKng large doeaUoM Of it

    ooontjr where the*am* ; is<3fi Udod rmUi '. A resolution passed tbe House of RepreteQUrtireaon mart prepare to face audi a bed, of free Whig, free Committee nf the Whole. Vesws Maurice and Whig- party ,**,'/ through the Abolition breakers a. the table. .

    _ ,.i entitled to receive such ftp*frw cf part g.at any i tin ttb iaiti alluf the President for information Democrats n4lree-eoilen. as they neve* net before. probably Wheeler will speak against the Bill. The midst "biif. was struggling. But bu influence has Neither House was in eessme>n en 5atwuit Cunklmf I .

    % ffioe In the adjoinmg coutty proviiled web w Uw one I respecting the se'uure of the Bbuk Warrior.cmabir The Compromise nf K&O sent freo-.otla"d Abolition Soft Shells arlll tit apparently softening toward the Aduiiniittr'VLOtl I Ken cxextcit only! to precipitate the disaster whkh t The Ficeideot has repudiatcJ the
    ( toO ciut. "l .w Xcbraika on ratanure.
    .tock down par. The
    : b the authorities of C:jba.
    br maLl4 ]
    . .a.t hi* b he usually s&ctvus t I





    . ___i7iitE.L Extensive- =- Aosortment- of- Administrator** Notice. Ae* May,Vknlnibtrat.*of Richard General may also curtail or
    rainst the estate of B. Cole mod of Caroline Cole and iu at fro rota decrease of pay, kUnwing: one month's r> ., '- -_-_ _
    8PRIKG AND SUMMER GOODS. ALL persons baying claims his on n right, and Margaret M. Cole, tra compensation on the amount dispensed with,whenever
    PORT OF 6T. MARKS.JARRIVED. ii!.Saunders,deceaed.them sate of Leon for County, wife of said Asa May, Complainants, In Chancery, in bin opinion the public interests do not require Frtsh GoCrrld $14 TIMfl ,

    TTEIRsVRHST would respectfully call the are hereby uottficd to present this notice payment will *'. in Jefferson the same, or m case ite desires to supersede, h by'a AT JAMBS B. GAUHLS'9 QL&,Iff AND,
    J.JL attention of their tn the witliiu tbe'time prescribed by law, or BurweU UcBride administrator -
    friends of
    customers audi exUumre Coiusty. different grade of transportation.
    *nb 1 16cbr.Wtwll J. !T. Spmgno., WRlass Gould., nnd Tampa.JaJ Dupwrt.Sarap80 ..- mid tusttf assortment of sjpriiig and Summer be pload in bur of their rocovery ; and to all make persons immediate indebted Alexander R. Murray, Alvin May Middle Circuit 1. Payment will be made for theservice, by colleo- B. cTSwis: ,
    t Gwida, wbicb they Cousisting in to said estate arc requeued and wife Caroline M. and the otlierVise after -
    tire now opeumg. May, tions from, or drafts on. postmasters, or ,
    New York
    Murray CHRISTIE Adm'r.March ft
    B. od rw
    JOS. ls
    ? received,
    1.Btig cfUtTIt4 payment children and heirs of Richard Jnst pcmnf
    )(*rI sundries. part B. Cole the expiration on each quarter-My in February, HAS
    ctb ifldzd. tn Black 4 Colored Alpacca Sack A Frock Coats, IB, 1854. 11 *w and Carohue Vie, deceased, Defendant May, August, and November. entir new'stockof ttioterirt and Pvo'
    CLEARED. 1 $ Lustre *. given neeordr to the bt informal wLicb are at cub pricw/pr cok wi/y, .Tjf WS. *
    8. The distances are "
    -- .
    ., Notice.S ,
    G. Andcrion. n. D. De'ano, New 'a Casbmerate increased will be allowed should embrace. ..4Foik.
    frrb 9. -nr\T\ J. T appenring by affidavit of J. T. Archer tl.at ion ; but no psv : ..
    '4 4 date the undersigned administratrix I RaIs'A1 ,
    > to SZQ&UWOUd, AcUeiu4 & Cij., Drap D'Ete IX months after defendant Burwell they be greater than advertise! if the points to be sup Com.
    y.k vi K1 4. ., Rawls deceased, late McBri.lc, reside* out the State tJ-
    ILuino of John G. Kice.Biwart. Tiga
    cU4m.Xrb of the estate it U be correctly stated Bidders must Worm them Lard, ,
    b of Florida ordered that plied '
    yth 6O Fuller York u Paletots of Gadsden will ber final m-count and said defendant appear Hot, ,
    .,-Big Blooawr, to County present and answer the selves on this point. flour IMQHI
    petts, rith 167 bales coUuo. 23 boze. to- Drnp D'Ete a. vouchers to the Judge of Probate of said County, and first Monday in complainant's Bill on or before the 9. The Postma tr General la prohibited bylaw Eacun, Molss1 "Wbiskey.. Tobacco

    Lid 1 doer skies, cod 8 tierces tajjjv '4 Clouded Mai-nilles ask to W disehnrged. ELIZABETH RAVTLS, lie taken o August next, otherwise the same will from knowingly making a contract for the tiansporta Coffee, Ua1,. Vines.Kettbnp.. Cipra,
    -, 170 M Wallace Cloth Frock Coats, March 18, 1854. 11 6ui AdmiuUtrutrix. pi con/nut agajwt him. Provided, a copy tion of the mails with who shall have entered Mackerel Candles, 'Brindiei '
    of this order I* published in any person h
    some F&
    ***1&rcb |4 B rk Convoy, Hopper, tojr ". Chambra Sick Rice. hed in the Mjddle Circuit of Florida newspaper for four months pubL into, or proposed enter into, any.combination Pepper, fcaiis, Cod Potatoes ,'

    TO with! 716 bales cotton to sundries, Kremlin a. a next preceding the said rule day in next to prevent the making ot fcny bid for a mail contract i, Cheese, Sardio i, Bw et Oil, ,

    *odW* '.JLeo., 3 Lles bides, do. fun. Fancy Gingham l ICE in tierc?e, half tierces and barrels now binding OnDanan AT CHAMBERS. J.WAYLES August BAKER by any other person or persons, or who shall bave Dried Beef, Butter,* Shot Crtekert.X""I J'

    , cum JJfloRT. 41 Biown, White & Col'd Linen R per Maguolia. Also Middling or broken sides, Marc' ((4tL) 11. 1864. 4m 10 judge. made'any agreement, or shall have given or performed DrTil Apples.Vigs Feet, Powder,' !* **;? .
    \\bite and Buff M n'eilles Vests, t ORMOND.Ni 44 Peaches. I' tasb, -
    Seeor, Payne ; Coni'oy, Hupper ;- for sale by McNADGUT or promise lo give or perform any consideration what
    j4r; Fr" Gst'. .4 and fancy" cotd.citing w port, March 11, 1854 10 Ilicp. ever, or to do, or not to do, au'ttl.hig tvbatever, in order March; 4.1854.o 9 -

    A,' 51ryer ) WTI Bloomer. Fuller. Brown Liuen to induce any other person or persona not to bid Corn, Corn. -

    Bt P' Pwers ; Anthem, Saundeis ; MagMEMORANDA. "44 Black" Drap" DT.te Puts* Provisions, &e. SIX Tierces fresh Carolina Rice just received from for a mail contract Particular attention H called to SACKS PR1M WIUTK CORX for ash

    Sebt.la'i 4' Merino Elastigue '' EBLS. and 20 balf bbls Wbukcy BERRY Jt ROWLES. the 2Stb section of the act of IbSG, prohibiting combinations IHJ for cash by B. C. LEWIS. .

    tol .. 4 0 6 casks Bacon sides, Match 11, 1854. 10 to prevent Wilding. 9Coffee. ,.
    IareIi 4.1854.
    Queeu'e Cloth 4'
    10. A bid received after time viz 9 of the -
    : ft. m.
    Veft Wind, bence, arrived at New York 4> White and Linen Dnll] Pants 2 do. Shoulders, ---- '.
    Fbe bark fai.cy Mess Pork 10th of April. 1854 or without the guarantee required .
    Bl.ls. ,
    44 Blue and Fruich Cotton-'de. 40 United States Mails. by law, >r that combines several routes in bum of
    CD h lcnce wont afchore c.ff Sandy 100 do. Flour, one do. Java, ft-r sal.Marcb'4,1854. .
    b rk Brown and Bleached Jean Drawers) compensation, cannot tx considered in ) I-\
    gnle, on the 27th ulu Cargo (Pttl ll-v 3 Casks Whiskey, POST OFFICE DCPAHTMKXT. ) IL C. LWIS.
    dut $ Linen Bosom Shirts. Merino Uuder&LirtJ, with a regular proposal reasonable in amount __ by'
    Jinuk. will be saved. 10J Bushels Corn. Lard. Oil ilc, fr sale by, February 20, 185t. J JPROPOS 9
    Geute fabhiouaLle Black Silk Hats 11. Bidders should. in nil cases, first propose for -
    Tle! rfbr. J. VaiL' chartered logo to Philadelphia Drab Beaver McNAUGUT! & ORMOND. ALS for cnrryijig the mails! of the United service strictly according to the advertisment. and

    t/> bring out maU-rial for the Light House tit Cedar 41 Black fur DraL Li U'b and Pearl Hatn. Newport, March 11,1854. 10 trom July 1, 1854. to June So, 1855. in then, if they desire. *arale.'y for different sc-viee ; Floor.BBLS. .

    fort. eot ashore near the Delaware Breakwater, Boys Black 4: fancy col'd Wool & Fur Kobsutb Hats, Notice.ON GFOBI.IA awl FLORinA. will Le rrceid, at the Con and if the gnlar bM be the lowast offered fir the 1.i\ HIRAM SMITH'S EXTRA.

    the night ofthe 27th tilt.Tbe lufautd faucy Pearl Hats, tract Office of the Post Office Departm. Wa!>hingtMi. advertised service, the other bid, may be considered 1'.) 10 half Barrels Extra Ocnesee, '

    bark Ocean Eagle brig C. A. Coe, and sclir.nizatxth Fuiicy Goods. Monday, the 17tb day of April next at Madi D. C, until 9. a. m, April 10. 1854, to decided if the alterations proposed are recommended by the 60 Extra St. Louis.

    siiiled from New York on the 27 ult, for White and I will! apply to the Hon. \Vnyles Baker, April 25. 1854, (Lung routes established by act of po tmn-ters and eitiznn interested or if they shall apjnr 50 Superfine Ohio-for sale by '

    tiiii pul The brig K Remington cleared ou the 6tbiiwt Ribbons of all qualities Black Bonnet.White Cap aud, ColoredVelvet Judgf of the Circuit Court f.>r the Middle Circuit of| March :3, 1853.) Hi nif*.l-tly rislit and proper.* ?4areli 4. 184. 9 B. C. I.EWI9..
    Cl loed Satin RiLbous, I'loiiJa for authority to sell th following real estate -
    for port GEORGIA. 1 2. There should be but one route bid fur in a proposak -
    RiLlx'iis. of Andrew K. Patterson a mmmmmor. t -wit : Bacon 11111 P.rk) ,

    Ladles Dress Goods, The East half of North-taut quarter of Section eighteen from July 1, 1851, to June 30 1855.
    The Llrer Pills.Tli 1::. The route, the service, the yearly pay, the name -1 A CASKS Skirt, .,
    Conn-ting in part of- Township one, Range North and East. 3143 From Thomnascille. by E f=two<,d.toMieko-t.ke! and residence of the bidder and those of each menibr .1. 4 Ham*. -
    Liver Pills of Dr. M'Lane were first vt<* 1 1bv Plain and punted Embroidered Lawna JOHN H. PATTERSON, Flit, !, luiles and Lack once a week. of n firm, where a company offers, should Le distinctly j jttntcd 2 Shoulders, S

    him esclusivcly iu bis own practice. Soerticacious Black and lid Mouming. March IL l4. 4t 10 Natural Guaulian.Sotice. Leave Tliorna \Veduewlav at 8 a in ; ; al!.o, the mode of conveyance, ifs ijfher mode [ 2-j LLIs Mess POI k. '

    were they in all cases ot Liver| complaint, that they Plain Printed add KiiiLroilerc l Oigandics Arrive at Mieko iikie Fame day Lv 1 in than liorsebnck: Le intended. The words '' 'witl, due 10 Prime Pork. B. C. LEWIS.
    p ;
    broome tainous, and nUracted the attention of the tn. Black, White, and l C*>lored Jaconet and security," inrted to in.li'-Hte March 4.1854. 9
    with Leave Mieknsukie Wednesday nt3 p in ; ''Celerity certainty ___________
    cal faculty passed iuto general tise. They act immediately Black anj 2d Mouming and Colored Barcgts, PIIE rndersignrd. adminIstrator op the estate of Arrive at, TlKimasvillc same liy Lv 8 p in. I the mod* of c conveyance, will constitute a "sfar t>/t14. /." .

    great certainty and regularity; the patient almost Black Colored, and Enilxoidercd Tissues, -L John S. Wilcox. deceased late of Ix on County, 3144 From Thomasville to Bainbridge, 40 uu'les and The Lid should Lc sent tinder -
    feels the dispersion of bw disease, and i is Plain and Printed Hcrnamy, gives notice tn all person Laving demands against? back once a week. the Second Acsiatant Po tiiiafiter General,superscribed "A BOXES of Various Grades f H- sale at a barfJU -

    gradually restored to health.Vith some the immediate effect I Black and 2d Mourning and Colored Gbgbams sai-l estate to present them w itliin) the time preK-nlwd Ix-ave Tliom svilleVclncs
    is i alinont m'wafuloat. frequently aipcriencjng of all qualities, Lv law, or this notion will Le pleaded iu bar of their Aarrive at BainLrid e n. xt ilaLv 12 m ; r>e guarantied, and the sufficiency i'f the guarantors j March 4. 1P54. 9 .
    relief after baviug fur months resorted to drugs E Iging aud InKcrtins of all descriptions, recovery; and all those iu>lcLted are requested to Lemii Bainliri'Igc Tliursuiiy at 3 m ; certified, (see forma.) and should be despatched in time j
    vain. Diseases p
    And medicines of aootLer desci ijitiou in and Colored l'irasol ami J'ara..olets, make payment immediately. Arrive at Tii a.m.of the 10th of April New Goods.

    cf the Liver are vcrv commou in this conuntry.bo Black and id Mourning ParabOls and Paraolets, JAMES BARFIELD, Administrator. 3145 From F.llrjax, by David \\-stielJs, to Weave- I lt.5-1. f RECEIVED, per Schooner Antben
    Tlosc experience
    Are often frightful iricharacter. of this dangerous Gloves of nil dcseiiptiou*, March 11,1 01. 10 SwAn land, Tenru lo mi!.* and Luck, once a wit-k. I 15 The contracts arc to be erocut..l and returned : JUST New York, a fine assortment of

    any compliciitcd of the prcmr.nitx ]j junil Spring Cas| Collais ni.d Viaittea Leave Ell--j-iy Monday at ft a in ; I to the department by or before tnt 1st i.f July, 1S4.t ISoots, fcljocs, &< for Spring. and

    of I>r. M'LaneV Pills, and peibaps, thereby, be saved j Liucu CainLiic HaiuikeuLicrs, Ordinance Arrive ntCleaulan
    Id of winery. j Saddjry. T-iralxr a Jlcrn., ftr the City nf Thl.ia.p f-/r l>':Cleare'iiiMl Tliui .!av nt 6 a n" ;, S. 1815;, providf* that contracts for the tjiniportiition | Fine Calf Sewed Boots,
    A wot La.lie's S.n.l.lles. VtU-et thf din Arri\e lit Elljay next 6 of the mail shall Ix let, in every cam. to th lowest I II '* Patent Leather Strap Shoes,
    For sale at all the Drug Storts io Tallahassee, and i atiil l PIusli seat, the t'li-fnl Tint cuitniieneitiff an jiiat ofApul Saturday by p m.
    at ofl AL.uein every Town in the South. Gents Patent Leather Eutanl Saddles, in the ye-ir one thvuund ti/ii hiiiJrJ\\ :3145 Foin Young C.iir>. Ly St.ek lull. Teken tly.ami I I ladder tendering ei.fficient guarnnte for fwiiliwl per- Blk Lasting Congress Waiters.
    MarchJ 8. 164. 11 2tCOXS Spanish .' and fifty four.SEC11ON Carticato '1'4lkizg Rock, 42 iuilv and 1 fornmnce, without reference t<> tLtr m xlr <>f trmii.j.a.r | Col'd Ca'simer f -

    .- a' Tennessee 1. licit Old lined ly the Lif'njanl and luK'k, oiva wetk. tatji.n.'" Under thin law a new description of bid ; Lodi 3* Black Lasting GaiUH,

    4. fltset 4, ..14s of the City of Tull'r/ma4.ei, nat the firi.t Leave Y.ninir Cane TVednes-lny, at 7 a m ; } ins I -nrecei\ed.. It does not tpetify a mode of eon1 .. Linen GaiterS.a' .

    UMPTIOy, every body knows is .. Rnciii.h section of the Revenue Act of the year 1645. lie, and j Arrive at Talking Rock game day Ly D t pm ; eyance, l>ut engages to take the entire mail each trip I Xii Walking Shoes and Slippers '
    t Battering rl fceas It comra."ncos and jirogroose so Lcarc Rock Tuesdjr a"in with celerity certainty and security, using tLc trns aibortment i-f Mis-es, Boys and Childre ;
    I Patent leather l uilted Chamois Real do, tin- hume i i', continued in full force u* part of tliis Ordinance. at ft. ; A comj.e
    iduouely that before we is aware of it, the lungs f ff of the Inw. These bids are styled from the manner | ALSO,
    I ISux
    i Bridles, Martingales, Riding, Buggy and Carriage Arrive at loung Cane same day Uy 7pm. Shoes.
    are s tUt'I ('f ti/rr, then a sudden cxjiopHrehanie i Whips, Valises, Carpet Bags, tc, Ac.lnidvare !. Rr (further Oidtinfl, That there shall 1 lx i ..147 From Butler, Ly WileiierV Jm1h., to Buena VLs- in wbu.Ii they are designated on the l oks of the d | Ladies F/earb Corsets, *

    torn beat to cold, produce an infatuation, nnd iu a and levied and collected the following Taxes fur the fi>cjil ta, 50 intlfb; and bad, once a week. partmcnt. ttar llih? and tL y will Le construed j jus Silk aud Linen Lacets, he., tzc.. for tsieby'U.

    If* CON'SllMl'TlOJr. For all troubled with Jrbn | Enires and Folks. Pn and Pocket Knives., Guns year
    cough 1-Upon all Merchantscinling; goods, wares, and Arrive at Uuena Vi'ta next day Ly 11 am ; \chatevtrinny If the ntrxlrof rontei/ancr necessary to.irifitrr March 4.1PM. 9 v i.L
    ; complaint w.e would refer to the sdvcitiacmenten Shot Pouches. Pow der Flasks and Game Bag Trunk, meiclia dize, a tax of forty cents on every huiulrc i Iav Biunia Vista Wednesday at 1pm ; its ( >i'irt crrtainty.urx]* cvr;' /." _ -
    the outride of trs paper Juilanu's CticiuSeai Extract Box. lkJjand Pad Lucks,Cast Steel Spade WAd Shovels Such bids will therefore Im I i-i Ware 6tc.TUST .
    Butler occcpfed prtforenoe Hollow
    dollars in value of the block in tiaJe on the flirt day Arrive at next day Ly 6 p in. Nails, ,
    of and wbicli is paid to l bs a C.'lliiib' Axes CIJ--elR4 Augers, PJanc-s, Cut-nails,
    Cherry Lungwort, to bids fur specific modus of
    Rome higher couvjpvanif en
    the Le 3448 From by Thoma, Carroll' Mill Oceo-
    uext ,
    of April as near as hamfl can ascertained revived Schr. Anthem _
    ; for this awful disease. AUo Azois Turlute i Iron, liluok-mulhV 1k1lawt. Hammers, Anvils, Slocks per
    ccrUun cure I la, Ala. ant I Howed's Store, to Centre 40 miles routes where tL* lowest niwle of cniveyaivc* (ibat Hon
    Balm the great remedy for all diseases of the and Dies, Screw-jilates, Vices Hoe, Corn Slithers, Lack horseback) i.3 known to be insufficierjt" |: J 4U Kegs Old! Dominion Nails,
    all venders of and merchandize and once a week.
    !-L'pon g.mJs, ware A of assorted Hollow Ware, (heavy.)
    Straw; Cutters Cast and Trace ton
    i ,
    Lair. Plow-joints
    Sweeps, In all where the lowest of service ia believed
    (other than itinerant trader,) who shall commence Leave l-'ome Mouda} at 5 a m ; caws grade iuO lbs Horse SLoe wail ic. it, for sale brG.iJ.MEGlXNlsS
    Chaio&&c,4c. buaiii'-ss after tbe tit day of April next, i* tax Arrive at Centre same day Lv 7 p m ; to be sufficient,the lowest bid ill bo accetped, ,

    MARRIED. I Groccrto of firty cents on every hunJrtd d llarb! in value of Lea\ Centre Tuesday at 5am ; if duly guarantied, in preference to a star" or ape. j jcific March 4. 1854. ttPublic 9

    Married, on the Ifitblnet, l hi' ike Rev V. T. liarrJsiw Sugar. Tea'. Coffee. Rice, Beet Palo' Otard Bran- thfir stock in trade \M It: estimated and assessed in Arrive at Rome same day Ly 7pm.FLORIDA. bid. | -I-

    Mr. GCOBGE Ttti>T. to Miss ELIZADETE Rotor., clv. Old Re Vhi-kev, -ctilied WLi-key, Gin, Hum, all cas at any \\n\f\ after the commencement of Mich j When the lowest bid is not a star bid, and specifies i Auction
    I Wiue, Sherry and Almleiia, Tobacco. Snuff, CigaisCaudles liUhiiu'-s Provided nidi tax .slull IM iu-.scosej Lclore | either no mode or an iJfqvar mode of ca'nvt-vzirue.
    ll of Leon Florida. \ : : I
    * County, : and" Soap. With a variety of other articles the expiration of the ncxl tUf.tl year. i F.om July L 1851. to June .;,0' 18.15. it will not be accepted but set aside for a specific Lidproposiiir Valuable Lands for s& .

    too numerous to insert )licit:. 561 From Ma-.Wn. Ly Charles Mills Charles Fsrr'r. the necessary Bt-rvice. I II
    3-Up"U all gold watches a tux of fifty cents, aud -f the hate Mr. Hen
    and Executor
    prin and SummerC1cDt1aiI1R Tallahassee) March} 18, 1b51. II on all fiihrr watches a tux all horses aoJ iniil ought into thi W mile an't liiuk, once a week.Leae al-o when it propf es to carry ace' riling to the ad- (he,
    <-s> city (
    Notice to Builders. Mi.i-M: >n Monday at 7 a m ; *ertioenuM t," but wkbo such spwification. it rill Le | before the Court Home door, on the seconij
    mini cx1iiLiU.il for bale a tin. of twenty-fit e ceuU described tract
    tipomi in the following
    Arrive at Clay Lauding next Wednesday Ly considered o a proposal for b .rs rbatk erv5ce. | Monday April next.
    A N AMOUNT) thoujLt sufficient to build a !iou!cJ I, each horse or mule, n rxhiijitnl. of Gadsden.Ou .
    'row at the well known stai.d 'f A. E.CLARICE of land situated in the copntv
    rei-eiving. I Gpo : 18. A modification of a bid ia of its e-sent'al
    of the dirucnnioiis Ziareituifterdt.setilel. Im been any
    .4- > all Auction Salt ball
    I j 5-Up-ill *, one crnL River. The
    per the
    a fine auurtiuvnl of subscribed Ly i1j1u.bk j peisnin,nii gro the
    KEiDY- IAOC CL.OTIII\G, ale authorized to iic-goiiate fur a Luiljing dc igiicd asiI C .UJMIJI all inpru\cd and iiijr.jrovetl town lot Arrive at JJaJi ''U wxt Saturday Lv 6 p m.I | cii], s'i a- to interfere with recrtilai competition, after the North-w and quarter the South, West half of the East half of the

    utta\jle for Spring and Summer wear, comprising in I a Church, to lie em-ted about one mile East of Big i ij a tax of foily ceutoou et try hundred dollars \uue I 2502; From iVrisncoJa Woniugton, (navy-vard,) 9 m last hour aet for receh ing bids. quarter. ciiaittr oT Section 19 Towafaip 3 Rang
    miles iihd Lack, daily. 21. IWniajU-rs to be careful not to the epjst
    cart the following articles: j Spring in Jackson County. The House to Lc f>itvf thereof. j are certify and 230 or Jew.Oi -
    West acre more
    North ,
    Brown and White Navy T)>rill Frock A Fnck Coats, .- .t bquiire, built with galleries, 12 feet fiotn the fiw"r ,I 7-Ufwn all fr'-f Colored maW, iK'twfj-n lln n esff [ I -aviINr..ncola ilaify at 0 a m; sufficiency of guarantors or sureties without knowing 6 Crooked Creek near the Apalachicola River.-

    Fsncv oud WJie JAnon Drill! VVi da do to tr e ral''rifs.! and I 12 feet from the galleries to the twriit\-
    Clouded and White Frock and Suck Coats, upper edge of the cap bill; to Le covered w itJi a hip | K -fjxMj nil free colored ltjaan.! Wten Jl.c-a -4of l ne Wiirriiiet djiy! at 1 pro ; all biddtrs. guarantors, and sureties are distinctly iwv ]' Tie North-west qnarler.North-east LalfNortheaztjnartex.of Section 18I

    tripod ntid Plain Ginq :ain Sack Coats, TIKI/ and healed oveiLea'l, in-jHe wall. sealed c.r. jdatcred -- twenty-one and fifty \ ear a tin <
    Bl'fc and CuTd 8rp J'Eta Ssek itiiJ Frock Coats, 1 ; to Lave Pulpit( mid JVw suited to tloc size J*-UjK'li) all wLiliin: Ie iiihuLitiu1 lx-twe n i ll-e : :;v* rroin I'.n-a'.la. Lv rw>eiiHLiatolji1 < Ala., contract.- for the service pr'p-se.l l Lr in the accepted Township 2 Range 6
    dr du Summer Cloth do 4o ol the Lfuue. Tli gullfiie to Le entered from u of aaJ *.' toili'j. ami Lack. 'eI-< a wetk. bids their legal liabilities will be cuforied against acres rn.reor Iss.
    :tzes twti..tS-t.uc; riity4.r*, a poll tax "1 one ;
    'White and CJ'd f'rilz; Paute, plal form outbide the Lullding, wLvhillJjavoiie fli- dollar. i -L4nbLeac. iu.stily i.! 5 S m ; them. | Near ih? kkk.elcinee! River. The South quarter.

    Fancy Marseilles Pants, cling door iu front w;itL tw o leaves, fcix (C) feet ah.. aiJ 10-Urvn. all slaves! cfnp.cn or rtop'd in tb'u Arijr at Btlltillr inxt 'lliiirjKiij bv" II a ci ; | 19. Tie contract w.II w suo tatially in the form' i iIierctofure i East i.alf of the South-west quarter and the East half

    Fancy Cassircwe lo f jr Summer w ar, twentv-two windows, twenty-four JigLts each loLv city, a tax t>f c: hty ct-nts. to he juM bv t.e$ i'rj'r or t J .TIVC I>.-lIe% :-Thursday at 3 piu ; u e.l in this department except in the re- ft"the Ni.rth East qnaiter of Section 20, and the We &

    El'k Driip d'Eta do do) dcFuny 12. The entire woik to Lv sulistanUallv} k.uj ik'.itly owners ti.ra'1) : 1'nH-i'If'i. Tb. City ('iluie'il in.v -x1cinpt I Arrive lW>ac i.iiit-xt Saturday Ly 6 p in. jH.-ct j'.irticnlarly menti'ined in these instructions ; ) ha!f of the South east quarter of Section 23, Township

    and White Marseilles! Vests, executed Ly the first day of NoveniLer nest. Aud (ruin ti-xiitic n bn\ ,'la e l.iU-iii) ;iri-K-r int-ti'.tl .lio From Ta: 1:1 p-i, Kennedy's Store and Stuniiirr- and on all railroad and stean.boat ronfes the! contract .I 2 Range 2 North atid'S\ est,containing 491$ acres more

    LigliT ipriDg Silk Tests. the tuWriLeis will teceue sealed propo-al< to trect ir UiJily afflicti-iu or infirmity. it itjipijtiou! of tL- &.V Store, to Fort lie-lion, 110 milts aul back, ofs will IK required to deliver the mails info the post I or !less.

    -ALSO- said Louse and finish it r.iitil the fiMMonday iu April owner of such ilave ae lii. iigt-it. j once' a week. -fficc-s at thi> ends of the routes nnd into nil intvrmediate -' In Leon c' 'jnfy at Tallahassee! before the CourtHouse

    Ac,ncral MsrrThent of Sbirtt Collar Glores, CraT next, at wLich tune the Lou-e will Le cctiliaeted fir. 11- 1'poii all p'.ea-irc C.sri in..s. ltiroiulip Bugirics JAM\e Tampa: Ji<.iiilay at f a ra p'i-t i-Ca-e* not mole than eighty rods frun the do..r on the Sd Monday in April next, an untRr

    U, H'cry. Drawers, Underd/uts and various otbr i: None need apply exc<-j't competent aii'l n-t.jM.ns'iUe ,I Tilrmryc, Ktanliop.".. Cimii s. Sulkustii.l SJiig-1 Arrixeat Foit Melloi. n'-xt Wednesday by 6 pm, railroad <>r landirg. I S iJed half iaterei-t in all the fractions on Lake Imoofa

    articles t'.o numerous to mention. I ui 'Liiuc8 of pood cLaiacu-r. Materials to Le far Conches, a tax of one dollar <>n every hundred Uoilurs LtMtL-: Fort Mellon Tht.r- lav at 6am ; 2 X Present 'ii'racora* nod pcraf>n? known at the j Situated between the lauds of Mr.Cotton and Charles 4

    A full wnsortrcent of Clothe. Cit's'nicreF, Ve tln5 s.wbicb niebed Lv. the Buiilder.or Lv the Contractor value th< Mof. Arri c :it Tatujn next Saturday Lv f p rn. ;i partnunt, mti'-t equally with ntliors, procure jrunrnntor lUimen:inn. together Ttith some 20 Islands in the Wes

    tie ub f ijber is pnpaifd tt manufacture to JOHN MILTON. ) '. 12-I'pon every slays puMicly cLiLitd for sale :T.5C5: ; >'r>im Tainrut to Old Fort Mellon, llyinilet and and cer.ifieat of their sufKciency sultstantially |I tern end of ,ai.l Lake.
    npp witbi'i) the iucor rated liu.its o'f this city tax of otot. a pre Terms o{ ule one third cash, the rmJance! in one and
    i1. aiii 't jxiFsible manner. All iu want ..fg.oJCr'tl. Ft1iruar% i7, (Maich la.) 1S,4. 11 i four dollar" a : a\.- Tampa M mi.'y at <" a m ; uiu>t L< signed by a pootmastcr, w a judge or.tli two years. Notes well endorsed bearing interest, at
    ., e: Arrive at Old Fiat ill-lion: next rk of -i court of record. |
    WcJn-vlay Lyf
    IS-Upfin wl.n shifl! f.ir witl.intli the rates i.f 8 er ceut. per annum, ujitil paid will hi
    every pT'-'xi prf.f.f f
    :f OrJeri frox the country promptly r.ttc-idctl! SEWING MACHINES.Singer's \ corj.irac! limitf this .-ity. dj-cf-u-it, )l.uy, tell > p in.Leave For Fo-m of bid, guararrfee. nil certificnte. t-c. ic. *required. ,'
    t'i. by A. a CLARKE. drafts bills 01.1! Fort Mtl'on TJn.r-lay! nt C a m ; Fee general advertieement for Virginia, North Carolina, [ MARTHA GEE ExeuitrirR.
    I'atcat x>r ofc'xkne.dimwig urnm beyond -
    March 16. 1B54. J.J b'lral/flit/ A'eedlc Terpcn- the limits of this State. iihtr Vij& his shy'o plar-c Inn'Is.- .\rriie at'Jaiijc. tixt Saturday by 6 p tn. j''Ac., o/January" 15, Sol. j 1C CALL. )

    j DICIL1R) AlTIfl.V SEW ISC MiCHKEB! {[ ;I means or ci edit. or as agent lor any JIatik or u in.!lividUhl I i5CG Froiu Tarn; a to Ol: 1 Tampa Buy.and L.ackonce |' JAMES CAMPBELL C. H. i, ] Executors.ULrvAta .

    S. W. BAKER, i\T7HICI1: )Lave r.ctfd BU rnequaled; reputation theie shall Le ae-,ed un.l coliecifd H tax of one, a Wek.BiJkrs MartL ii. 1S4. 4t JO Postmaster General. March, 1834."ROGER'S; 9
    will dirtaree and! svhulule.S5C7 .
    ATTORNEY AT LAW, j IT fir exidrcidnar-i!! lunmouiitexchanges' state propose I
    : :; FIOIJ Fort l>.ilt>, Spriugtklil.to B! Port, Tax Coilectors's Sale.ON
    of I j .
    .ought. anl
    IIOXTICELLO. JEFFERSON COIL. NIT. FLA. variety o S .viig nieiuw oJfere'1 sit the reduced every Lniuhcd dollars in LIVERWORT AND TAR
    cash pnce'tif thE lIUNJREU DOLLARS. The'clearjimfit amount ho K'.IJ ("r and d;jri.i;,!the y'iii next preceding I iMi-i Luck once a we elr. ,
    MLrcbiSt. : Ui rcond Monday in April next. I will ofTer
    ii: Bidders will tate distance antI aoLePropo .
    toe date winch propose t Tor the Curo of
    at the of Complete Congbs.
    ( (ruin the tit>e of these nmcluues is fiotnj asHfbmcut t-ut-L tax shall berna1 al'* at the Court House in Tallahassee, so
    to 1'ieict ville: iiistetd
    ( ,'. i coinnn arc at Colds influenza. Atfbutn, ,JBroii-
    to fc UOU tSeuctidipg the kind of ork
    -Bry Goods &c.I j year w of Fort D.i'L will lie considered.CSC8 much of the land belonging to the Apalachici-la Land
    K chili,'. Spilling of Blood, nnd nil
    -Upon eve-y ngcrrt or partner w ithln this city of ,
    received From o !,.tl Ga., Ly ('utlihrt, Rlakely! Wi-i'ty; (" Forhos' Parcha ) as \ull pay the State oilier Lull Cosnpluiuts tending to
    J per Brig Sampson from Xew York, We wish to call the attention of manufacturers particularly a Factor, Commission I 1') i-4.-or Comiiii--i<\JereJilrit, .rpe. and Cotlitv tr.o due thereon and the incidental cx-
    an1Vo.Hjil; Als loMariana Fix 150 mils
    to aMw.rtweit of bociai'asai Faa"y GudsAa-** to our newly inve'i'ed and entirely original located and refilling Leyviid the limits of this State, a JOHN II. RHOPEs Tx Assessor CoIsDnIpEIu1I.
    tonbUti4 -f stil 1 bjck ourc a we -k.iKaveOletLorpe lfl5e5.
    Machine to Sew with tax < thirty dollars.1G i and Collector *f Leon Coairtr. ;
    Ohiiham a Single Thread.
    Calicoes, _I' all M-.fli..V :>t a m ;
    ion agencies of luFurnnep
    Bruwn and Bleached TL's iiwtruiaect u admiiaLle in contrivance | Cornranies. a Arrive at M.tri.mrm! rutVidtut Sbeeting anJ SWrtias so and tax of two per cent upon tie gris amount ..f all com preparation is getting into use all over -our
    rorn three to ten quarters wide, so perfect iu iU ojKTatiou and result,tliat commands 'I li1i.iblfIIi.a received for and during the year next Jx-i>'3 Kunanna Tlmrsday ntb a m"; THIS The numerous letters we receive from

    Irish Linens, frown Liii1 1Iofl.uds, the unqualified j piro\al] of all vbo understand the : >g tLc date of nwte ment. prccetli Arrive at -lehorp> riet Saturday: Ly S p. m.S5C9 Notice.nr various agents, iufoni/mff cs of cures effected in
    IniaskTa1,7e Lit..ns, art .Sewing .Ly iiiarhiuerr. For li From &tlL-pica ta 1 Fi.Lolow! 20 uJlcs: and our
    : n tlehiig tLw SLC. lie
    | 5. it further Ordained. That there shah Lc imicedi.itc nei'Iiborhoodo warrant
    Ten O prctrc-t at once, the ircrest of the Land Corn- their us HI saying
    quarter Kueu sheeting is tLc < nly machine that levied
    a and
    collcctfid the
    jcenTaxe be.-C it'init tJift Medicine
    following JL of tlio best
    PlaateislIimjiiuKj : jKiny, nml to enable settl. rs who have not purchased j[ it one lery Cough -
    D.ilLc" remain dmtinct aul beautiful after J'or Leave btillepiea Moticaynt 5am;
    Checked ** wabbmj. kbo 1-.Uv'n all retailer of sprritimu* Linen Arrive Lv .
    work and *vcry sort of leather Sewirighio] m.i in (iuaiiMti-4! ICM tliau cue quart, a tax of one Lun.lred nt Finiiolloway 12 m.L"ave M-riber authorizes; the Tax Collector to sell fi-r pail' and not unfieq-sently cures the very worst ca- *.,

    CansLiid-liiitiiipi York king-Mattiasbcs nnd all Sewing iu wuieh GREATSTRENGTH 'i, hnI l fifty d.dlai.U1xii] #. Fitth.ali''mvay! M.qilmmv ct 3 p m cash h. and the bilance nn the usual time. The AGLT f ses. When all otLr oauJ partttlons have failed,

    New ew 'ioik1i1l M.Jl.. *4jfrtin. OF SEAM IS RLQUIKEI, the work -- fill Billiard TaLc! and Bowling! Alleys, Arriv e at dtillej.ic-a Ly 9 p"in.. will ratify taloa made by fl.e COTUCTOR, and will execute this ha.* relieved lie patients!: ns Druggists. dealers iu

    kLSO Fmich Cottnad 'f this machiue cnnnot Lc -jailK-il. It i U more simple -': or Ten pin AlTers! tecLnlculK 50 called, used for hire, contract*, with porch! isers.Sttilers Medicines aul I Physii-ians can lestify. Ask the Agent

    J'Jnm, and leacn, l'iintpd JaconcU, iu its construction nuJ much wore easily iiiouiigcd I a lax of fifty dollar.S who Lave nbought will do well to attend in your nearest town what bas been his experience o<

    Sutiu stripy lirgePnnted and opeiaUd than any other. :-Ujiou every druy or cart used fur hire, a tax of IXSTJCTONS.Lin.raeh.7cofldv. the Kile. JOHN BKARD Ament a-f( Iho the effects of thj* mc.-lkifie. If he bas been selling it
    Gra-adinc. Organd.c. Hereafter we shall Le prepared to supply a variety eight doiLr*. Land S for if time he will tell
    Sah and But tn te incorpirafed in the eontriKti Ap-.vlachicolrt Company. any length } a Itil-Uma of.Sew in,; mnai'hines-eutli perfect and cou.'plete of its 4-Uj m every two or four horse wagon used fjr derm I March 11. lS.r,4.; 10 IS'THE
    Gauze Tnmmii.gii, kind, at the following eat-L prices. Lire, a tax often dollars. t>> the 'Itnl t;if Dtji'iitmmt im-y jnvpei S IT BEST MEDICINE EXTANT.

    haul made LLckfjlk Mitts 1. Needle and bhuttle usacLiue of present SJ-Upon every Lack, or public carrinpe neal f..r 1. Seven minutes are allowed to each iiitermed'jitefliee Below we give a few extracts from letters we liar
    Tax Solicitor's
    1 reiKh L> lrt-ok.iug Cotton. stUeou wooden Lox, . . . .1OO hire, a tax of tight t!
    French C.iwtt4. 2. Jvcedle and blniltle machine of present Lelongii-g {xi laLUc livery MaLles.fi mails. the third Monday in April next I will offer !fQrS S Dr. S. S. Oslin of Knoxviile GA, says :-I have

    F.r Li-rn.sate' and short V.Tiale-Loi.e. -, Arc. style on iron fratueS. .. . ... . i i -Upon every puLlic"Liv ciy .Stable, a tax of flftv 2. N pay will IK nmlc fr trips not performed ; nt tbe Court House ii Quincy, 6-t much been using your Liverwort and Tar very extensively
    by G..t .1. M1CIxII.ss. Needle and shuttle laac-Liuc with newly dollars. nil'1 fir cirli -r sikh omiions not s.in'-f.ictonly expi.uned I of the land Iwlongin.; to the Apalachicohi L.-nnl Compcny m my pactii-e>. three years past aol k ia with plea

    March8l- ti It invented feed mietioii and thei kd spring. .$1 I 25 7-Upon every Hawker and Pcillar vending gool. 1 11 Tee tnney! the pay i>f the trip may Le deiiiKUr (".Forhe's Purchas,") as will pay the State and sure that I state my belief iu its superiority over all

    Fans 4. Single tin,'ended iuu
    Ferfu.mery, &c.1 kc. vtli.r hiht ewiiig.. . .. . b Upon all venders of Lottery HeUts, a tix: of connciion with depending malls, aOL! nut sufficiently JAMES M. SMITh it is mt-commended.

    J JUST *cCClTOu & large runent of Fang, consist- U.; do. threaded machines fur sewiug Lg4, ten dollars ; and all retailers of upliittmus.ir vinoub liquorsas \eusctl oue io'jrtb of tLe "impeu.tutiou for the trip Tax Assessor
    ing of cacks, and c-arjict Log*,. t. . . afjtenaid, all kcepcM of LilLard taLles. or i< fuLJ -.t to forfeiture. Deduction will also IH ordered March 11, 1S54. 6t 10 N.C.. say :-"Tlic Uvorwort and Tar are Ueonair -
    SUvered Tans, 6. do. threaded niachiueg for shoe Woik bowling ten all of pert ruunoe inferior to that specified| iu .
    Jt.d i'.jte cr pin ullcj. keepers of every dray for a j-railc ; daily more popular in this country and we ;
    etiltaren do.dii.: jgjJ and le.tther etitehuiig.. .. .. .. $l 2 dQ, 7. do. threaded r.iacLiue with carriage nt-ed for Lire uarsed! icnnltic's, > >>itioned to
    apparatus herein ijiwitied pn p
    as a1'rs&idall kcetieis of at once. the! interest of the Land Com- of it. and fay it "w very beneficial ia alleviating
    tobi tl .. .. e.taI4es hawkers thereof 1 the wf the mail n.ayLe protct "
    Pine Apple CoWce. 8. do. livery api4 pe.l'ar! : aH venders <'1 the nature uu iitipurUncc _, and to enable settlers wk> have not purchased the complaint for t ich it is recommended.

    Oriental Droj, threaded nialiine) ofztra size fir lotteiy tickets shall, under ;penalty of double the tax ma-.e. ti. get gIOIJ thl.ae on cunditions. the ubsciibcr Our Agnt in Pickf-na District. 8.C, Mr. S. R. tie-

    LuLin Extracts, '. da juiking coat Uiiiiigs. . .. .. .*140 in case of failure, before their several avocatious, calling 3. For leaving U-Und or throwing off the mails, or authorizes the Tax Collector easy to sell for part Fall, assures us that he uses it with great benefit nj
    Pluluooine threaded inacLiue of larger size lori -*, dr liUfiin as aforesaid Le poitimi ifllbCifl, f.the udiuiion of passengers, and recommend it to Lie *
    Pomade may ptirtut.tl l, nnd any cash, and the balance on the usual time. Tbe AGENT hIS o\v n f.imily neigh >rs.
    Chins Dolls. o. do.quilLimag Lhrealcl extra bized liumg .. . .l50 upon the jatynient of the taxes levi -das afiitCHHid, ol i.r'lor Ewing conevi wj m setting nj or running HII of the exprers will ratify sake made by the COLLIXTOK, and Tiiil execute I He gives an iu.-Uuco of k cigro woman m bis viciorty

    China Figures, Ac, Ac. For MC! 1 y nmcLines adapted to lap tain a License so to do from the liittiidHiit, to l he o, untcr conveying comuiercial intelligence ahead coutriicta with puichascrs.Settleis who had been su&ring srich disease of the lungs tut

    a. & i. 1EGir'cj IL Ltuiderjt'"gcoat, I *VHAC,. ..looorua ,5gue March !t1tLehuje making ito be wued f'f fffcliurter period than 4. Fis will 1 lum imposwl, tmtmles the delinquency be and Tar.
    18,1854. 4t 11 flicutal stij | oue \cary the sale, JOHN BEARD, Agent of thApuLichieola bv the Liverwort
    .- I 2. Maehiu. ,f With two th.d,,.,.. .. -On all sbovs. other thao CKCIWM or Enuestnau promptly and satiefat-torilv explained by ceitificates Land Company. Such are the Rood reports we bear ot this mdi *

    Boats, Shoes, and Hits. sh; large at. for wtig 8W 0iUgaud Exhibitions, a tax of thc dolkrs, and on all CirCUMH ar jKjestmiMen. or the affidavits of other creditable March 11,1854. fit 10 from all parts of the South, For a report of,the SOT, a
    8pParatusfluhIlcte with fixture. midI *T Djuc-.trian exhibitions, a tax of ten dollar person*. fur foiling to arrive in contract time ; for neglecting priaing cures it has performed in the Western. North*

    r AI$1 JUSTrceehedfroniew York an assortment I siime. WW be fitted im.**<>" to 13500 fhall lie levied and collected for each exhibition, a license ta take the mail from, or deliver it into, a post lion era and Eastern States,we would invite the suftering
    1 to tie seakou. of work tu rc-asonaLU *'r any unu **} Peculiarity to authorize w bicli unut first Le obtained f from the office ; for suffering rt (owing either to the unsuitableness County Works. patient to read the pamphlet which acaoiupanie
    I Ierra..
    large Msortrnentof- ALSOA curc-l ly ; 'be Mltfb "> wewo.lJ.Ufullj.riutSKt'101"1 se- Intcodant. and couuUn,5gned: Ly the Treasure, under of the ;p'-aee! or manner of carrying it) to be injured TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.IS bottle. To all ve cay, hava bopc. Lave bope I

    tl of which ilensand Boys* Summer Hats, part of the a penalty of double the tax herein a-ssessud. destruvi-1, robbeil or lost ; and for refusing after Establishment is now in full operation. All TRY.THE MEDICEIE!
    wHJ sell! I
    Msj-chl8J654.we at moderate pi ice. lug them in order arf-for uLig a'1 kccp- 10-Upon all itinerant trtders who sball offer demand, to .mvev the mail as frequently as the contractor T nleni x* ill b attended to with promptness, and

    H 4t G.A J.EGTh'ISS.! Machine needles, Silk twt; imiachuti... goods, wares or merchandize for smile in tb s city, ruus for oilier purposes. all work done with neatness and di-Vittoii.AH BE WAEJTED IN SASO.and .

    r thread, Ac, always band on fSSlT? cord Ij1 there shall be levied and collected a tax of one hun 5. TLe Pt tmaster General may aunBl tie contract kind of work, such as Steam Work, Mill Work, i ncgl'et not Thatenugb'wbi Is dail7.eakvmirt'nstitutio

    NoticeadiniowtnLtrir- pnecs. Priucipal OiHce XHJo, ,, <>wc.t ca.h dred dollars; aud a license so to sell pbujl firbt Le oli l for repeated failures ti. run agreeably to contract ; for Gin GevmEr. Sugnr Mill, Circular Saw Mac-hinery. iviatingyonr nMand Jau.,

    T uoltragmed; *n the estate( of I 1aAcH OvFItEsI FouiU Ic. y tamed from the Intendant as aforesaid, under a JH-U disfclAin" the Post Olfioc laws, or the instructions of Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers, Plough Custiiigs. Brals t inviting (.u thM dsead disease. Cowumptiooand --.< s.

    tr, :'ullim Thonip doo.aed, late of Leon Coun- 159 Baltimore Street, st1, Philadeiphis. ally, in case of failui e so to do, of a double tax to Lc the drpmrtmeut-. 10! refusk- discharge carrier. Casting. Lc.; aW. Sugar kettle, of any size, kept ( healing remedy sn4i.oIts.duDr.

    Dotee to *11 perans baviug claim. agiihistO over Street, Boston. 19 7 Eln Street, cTncinnati j when required by the tlcpartineni w uoso of the; .orwwriihi" Post- constantly! en hand. All work done in such an estab Rogers'Syrup o of Liverwort akd Tiir.

    to.1 the *dLflUtitratflXorJ UI. 8QElt Sec, 4. lie it further Ord-iived, TLat (>Very Daguerreotypitt the euatract without this assent aforesaid lishmeut will t e done by us, with a particular regard BEWARE OF COUNTPlfE1TS

    time pre.cj ftttOl1uae Dr.Jacub. Eliot, witbio tbl _1reh18,18Z_ 4 11 & before pursuing such occupation in this, .naU! >r Generil ; for running an exprew as ; to the strength and durability of the wrafc. And bos imitations. The fvoyiaf rtide.i Agoe4Asnatw

    bar; and sjj by l t otiee ':iU be plead iii I city, M.4 jt ry uon-resideut Deutist. before pursuing r>r for twtwjwtiiig persons or packages conveying Competent Workmen always in readiness to put cp RoGiaa, on eqgrcred 'wrapper'tgvwgj
    perio For Charleston. his profession vrtbin the limits inailaLle mirtttr out of the mail. tc.
    2ismeut j I of this city, shall pay a Increase Engine, each bottle __
    nditi. order
    areb 18, 1BH. 21 Ltcy T1IoMPSo I IDR. 'T'HE' Tactet ScUr.MAOXOLIA, is now tax of ten dollars, and obuin a license from the Inten 6. The Postmaster General may therefor an a rat Tenns will be liberal, and all work eone sfrictlyir Price |1 per bottle *r six -bft*;!< jbr t5. 'Sold

    8w Adnui.tt.j X king in cargo, and will have desp cb UafiBt dant ; and upon future or refusal so to d*>, stall! pay of service on a route by allowing He change pro the cash or accepted order on some business firm in this wholesale UK! feUI by SCOVIL A. MAD -
    bbe above Por fi for dtMible the tax above assessed.8m increase on the eoutract nay. may place. Liberal prioes paid fur old Iron, Copper and
    port. eight be Southern fiUt .
    I. F. or passage apply to and wthoot UMsrease Sole agents fir ( to vbom a U
    RoW 5. Be U of arrivals departures
    %, McNAIJI1IT tORlfoxD. further Oidainvt. That all Ordinan Mhetlul Mswuttof &*s5.I orders and applieadou fur Agencies
    OF THE CITE gp EW Newport March 11. 1S5. ifjIIBM < ccs or parts of Ordinances conflicting with the true intent of nay. provided be docs not curtail the of I All letters mast be addressed ((poet paid) to
    liii nad meaning of tL.is Ordinance be and time. He may also order M increase speed, J. M. SHINE 4 CO. Tallahassee '
    0rFEIt erv.ee. to the the same running the law Fla. Sold a'so br D. H. Ames Barnard dk
    of a
    CIM OfElydratbi restrictions; fro uw .
    are hereby Zepealed. within, the
    MuchhlZS4. 10
    LlrofJJO !! be aUo'
    Passed tlte Covjcfl f for the additional stock ercarriers, Nash .wt Co. Tall&hawe; V. Rogers i Son., CH M ,,,

    it. ke or Wat.r Core princip A A CASKS fresh lime laadiog pr acbr JlagJJ Maseb, A. D. 1S5&WILLI.&M aM approved, this 1st day of 'aa 1UV Th contractor' p j may. however, Iu the case of Specie Specie J Specie ] boorce; Ceo. F. Baltwll. Manaoo*; Jonfan A D i
    flocl.( CoflsflJtti ,. fr <&\ nob's sad for sale it. HAYWARD it any. relinqukh the contract by giving Quincy T A. H. WiU&B. Seaport; Smn |
    X.riLlJ 'I Inteiidanj. increal of..r'ed. sale by 8. R.
    Ju McJTArOHT 4 ORMOXD.! Atti-st---G. IV. HCTCmWIs.Cifik. to tbe dsr-rtrruHit tbstbePrer.rs doing I Iso 1'OR' KNIGHT. -
    March 11,16&t prompt effect. The rotmtstcr .i: February 21851.. 8
    March i. 1654. a 4t to cwng the '"Urin'o ;

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    r' CHEMICAL EXTRACT OF EbE'DATilI! CTllDLtJ ..;-4- ""," E iro now receiving fiom TOWUB- & MYERS -1/TESSRs BETTOX A WHITAKER nsk leave to Of Carriages, Puggwt, llaneg.,,

    ': the Brig Asa Sawyer, and UE now receiving: and have on lvi cull your attention to the tlegant assortment of Collars, Harness Mater's Stock j
    FOR THE CURE OF SUFFERING FEMALES. '.t't &f will op 11 at our Fnrnitu-e rooms Goods rtctivfdptr M'acisso," and adapted to Trunks Values
    hand their Fall Carpet
    of you Bags
    j n naaJ-wm*? and! well 6ele*t.Hl stock of Xe4* York 1 1 supply sole use. 4i
    T STANDS pren.! City nir.de Fnrmtuio and Chairs, viz: GOODS, to which they would respectfully M JtST NOW APPEARUroItTT -'li
    Jl iu nt f irits cm.vtive Mitb'V'uny Secretarics and Book call the attention of the public: _

    ; oTrcri in nil the iai! Lie Top. r nd Plain ?idl>oards Cases, Gold Hunting Lever by Ti.bim. Edgings and Ins ertings.

    dca.'f.rwhIIdI! it u 44 Ctre and Sola Tables, .4 .4 E. I). Johnson, SWISS Ed'nga A Iiw'ngs. Mnlteso Edgings,
    Josh. Jobwon.Gentlemen's *4 44 "
    44 BureausMahogany Valeuetoe KWIB AN DA-CARRIAOE3

    CHERRY 3 COMPLAINTS. 4' '4 Open Dial Gold Levers, Smyrna" Real 4tSixony IVl UIES of all ort-amontUn

    AND LUNG WORT lAten--i! Tables, Ladies Gold Hunting Levers, by Arnold,Davis it Co, Suijina Flvuncings. famous sand blaating.cIust.di.pelhmgs.

    FOR THE CURE or Of these zre PnlapMH I. Breakfast 44 44 4. Cooper A. Co., Blonde 44White lug pattern, which will go twe_,

    f. Coughs Colds Iloarsness Spitting \\\R: .. Uteti. or Falling 'I Wolk- Watches of all descriptions, stop only with (the homes, being ,pecjj ,,

    ,, ; ;; (Iftb\\o! ); Fluor, R.>ccw
    of Blood, Kfght Sweats, Asthma, __ or Whites; Chr.'iveln- Mah1bgalivVsrdrobis, Watches Silver and Hunting Murblc Anchors. Lepincs, and common IACONET Cambrics, Swiss Muslins service. Courting Carnage f'r polite.ul p

    _' {lunation and Ulceta- I. lttd4eal- Mantle C1ovk.I Ii men, and Sulkies f.'rthxe
    Liver Complaints and ijj Check '* Book M so-disposed. I-) ?
    : 1 'P.4. tionofthe Womb ; Incidental Toilet Tables Whatnot?, Bronze Hat-Racks Quar- ) LW ELH Y. Striped 4i Nainsook 4Fi < John Gilnin SADDLES, upon one of J

    CONSUMPTIONTYEAT1I I Hemorrhage, tclts B.i ket Tables Muic Stands,, Iiyi and Low Fine Gold Chatalain Chains, Bracelets, fine Coral, igtl Col'd Curtaiu renowned Captain -wag

    _' Pott vMcadi Sofas Tcte-a-tctcs, Ac, Ac. Penrl. and Gold Boscnu; Pins Ear Kiiujs{ Cuff Pins Linen a Bishop's Lawn. 44 Rod fourteen miles in fifteen to,.

    can be iinJ h bcen prevented in limn # : ? Chairs of jjre.it variety, Cull Buttons and Finger Rin. s; Gentlemen' Gold And never looked behind him." --

    1tJ: Jenn 1 Is of eaces: by thi n'lti.n'n tien rtintd>t.JDDSOX'S C-irtcd j nnd I Phiin Mahogany Rockers, Fol>, Vest anil Guard Chains Seals i;uckh-s and Mourning Goods. And numerous other pattern, adapted to

    J : CHEMICAL F.XTRACT OF CHERRY % IU. nil heir uoo'iiip.iiu in eu's, (Cancer exc.pt.ed,) Cane Seat, roil Back Rockers Kevs Gold Thimbles Gold. Pen and Pencil Cn'cs, service. Some of the varieties of lIAR]

    iV, : AND LUXGWOUTH. medicine'' unlike most no mutter how s )vertl, or of hv big btiui Unc,. \\ nhiiit. Maple, IJosewood. :iii.l 1 O.ik Chairs. Tooth Picks G,,ld Pens Gold and Silver Spectacle--, BL'K all wool de Lames, Black Satin, ben "tend of.? but others meat be seen to be

    ff i: the patent i eniedief the diy: i is the re nlt of the The Catholic fir sirp.es uthor n medics in be- Strwin;* Chair; *, Mi-ses nud Children' Rockers lube! ; 1'yod Silver Spectacles Silver and Pearl 44 Ikimbazines, Hair Crape, elated. Al! the WIIII'S warrsntej teLur ap ,,.

    careful tlttdti and efftiintenitctf scientific nn.l txT in* in.Tpeert.iiu, 3 it.,., exnsive| and leuin: the svbtctn a'nl Low Chairs Card C.VPS Silver nut! Inlaid Porte Mcmaics Boqttct 44 FisjM Silks French plied, or will be taken back, the

    : et'rt.; :: >'tienrtl Jsc'.s. The two piine-pal nrcJithto inn bettor rendition. Let all persons inttn'sted KUISHTV.. and Kefcctorv Cialr! te.. A.\ Holders Fans Papier Xt-ache Dc.ks Port Folios and Plain Watered d., English .questions asked and a receiptgiven money in stirrnnleaL returned ,

    l.uvo lone I'fcn known and! celcbrnted. in Mich a m--dicine call lind (btuii: a p.i'np'et, "KERRY A ItOWLES.XovemW Albums. Fl >wer Va-i'S Tea Trays, Girandoles Par- do M'uiog Sleeves A Collars. These Whips are of the same kind the ifSrfk
    WILD CHEnilY BAUK.-Whou thc f trench! nlias (free,) c 'ntaiui.) ample proof, fr n highly reepectabbourees. 12. 1S5S. 45 h.r avail Passage Lumps Globo.s am1 l Chimn> s I 4-n- every honest Land

    L."L if i>r,/>frirrtiodtlh I1I? bc-t medicine kfloWfl rascal
    f.r rurinir the worst Cough* nnd other Pulmonary d's- otters: fn 11 ist: cl.isi exp. licinx"! ]jl h\eioau: vh<- Wanted, \(- .->* Chains one Field Compass House, Tea, and LADIES FmbMH'trkf) Ladies Hem Std H'd"kfs. 1 lav ala., naked tlirongh the world." .

    -a'esit ]foisen thephlejrtn and
    i ,. osptKto'Kteaeilv, and J loue v.ill cure the w st cold own ()bserva kni.REFrREir.Pr.f. 1' 1 tY_ hi,'he-t Market i-rice 't ill 1 t' paid: by AXI> Pr.ATRO 1VARH. l hole. several, which the difficulty U to ud the

    4 (.r oough, which) if uegV-cteJ always Uftdato Cnu.p] Dnnb.ir. JI. D., Baltimore Md.; ().jf4bJ 1R. INVII: 1IKIK A UUST._ Silver TabI! I)5ert, nnd Tea Spoons Butter Collars &. Sleeves. pair on account thieves of it All Laving Lung themselves bl

    i- ttin.jg' ; J. C. Orriek. )J. D. U lit i more, M I; P. IJ. Pwkhani, M. Administrator's Notice. Knives and Silver Cups Platt-d Tea S.-ts Bi-kets, will be sold low to theend9,999 otter articW
    : I4UGWOTLTII.-TLi is a plant the virtue* < f D Uli '
    vliich-iie known t<> but few, it bas been *uid by the M. II. .Mills, M. I), ll.K.lw-st! X. Y.: L. I IK nuninsr, 14 LL pcr "ii9 hiing: claims agsin-t the cs-t.ite and Catullu Stick-. Silver Plated Forks, Table, Dessert Lace the Sub-Marine w stock, expect n.

    most Icirned men of all ti.ncs tLat 4' nature: hns proxided M. 1) Cnnr.JiJ.iU'U: Y.; W W. 1c 'e. M. 1), City ri 11. O. MuLean.d-eease! Apply
    a rcmeJv for cu1t and every disease," xuL l t'! eKf.nrviie of Xcw Yotk ; \.r. Picscotl. M. I D.. C-onii-nl, X. JI. \\illpie.H-iit them to t the t11I.lcr-iiIt..l i n.hiiinitn.t'r. Fii Double l.atrcll l Guns Shot t Poncho nnd D E. HrTTT.
    a ite a ill.in t the t tii i IK rewrilwd I by law, or i they v.ill i I N' Silks et cetera.GLACKSiks. P. REPAIRIXC done as DsoaIoD
    < that an* Jni'y made. g' to prove trulh.Jsinziwtft Pittnphlitg canH* had: gratis at the JMJ.J Stores c>f | Powder Fla-ks Kngli-h: Caps it doubt!ftlif tJi dtun t:* > cn< fulluv.'uig : : c4 ; Cntl'Ty. with or withi.nt! Forks, C.ircrt White Satins,
    ,a .. f-ir Cniiiiwp'i< n. Its healiiu: projCrti'truly nre .t P.nOTIinil, M.nticello, to r.i.iko piMiK-it i'iinuditt thy.AI.1.XAIlR. \ line jt-Miki-t Cutlery of all d' .cripti'.ns l"ne Black 44Fl' cd the collar in and broken the traces of party," caa le .
    wnndeiful jmd the ; with which :t cures S\M U lL ITLKSTOX: ilo.D. : H OIIEGORY, Si-i and again: no time.
    rapidity: -i.rs Shears Walkif ,' C.-irics, Ac the wortt cnsf ('f Ulcerated Luuffs ft'othingnnd f ub II. AMS.T.h.hasee.ABr.L.t February !1 !._1 5 t. 8w Adtmnijiiator.T7"EXTtTnY Flutes Yiiileus. Vioh-n lo\\s! A'ion i and Guitar ; fi-'d Tarlfctons ass'd Col'a. Tallahassee December 24, 1853. 51
    (1u Hg all 1 imtatit plmo t immediately Sa a pi\H>fits f G1MITIX.l Apsilacl.ieola.Dtt. Staple ( oos.! Strings I Baz.rs. Razor Stmps; Ltibiu's 1'xtrarts <'oliijnu1. P.l'k Wut'd White Silk Illusion, NEW FIRM. I

    adoptatiou to this diocf e. These two uiticle" c >mI'tnid A. H. UnnXLEY, Alli.'-.u-r.. Soijthern Lavender, BIO\MI Wmd-t and Yimkce Slia- 1r.'taisle 1I'k NEW GOODS.
    Lowell ,
    Fugging Obg g-
    v'th o'.ltirunty ifjjftolle ingrediviitt. fom: a :; Letter a-hlivs-cd t" Mr. r 15cih ,v Brown on.Ar.nts iV Gunny; CJoih, YauMme vilag O'ti.1.r :; ,, I &5: -1t AVhitc Wafd 44 Blonde Xett
    I medicine that i* ccrtuiiito cure flue worn c; penof C.ai at XewU-m C. H S. C., by llcv. Kei. C. I B.ihRope.. ViijriiiiaCott In Dhtrirt I'oart: of lle"nitc l ON HAND ,
    srmjrfionif taken belote the suffi-rcr cn'iivly pivs S. Beard, of sam > State.Gtuxx. ..n A :Mii.illa Hopes, .".-1 7 8 .t.tI i II ; ;rtings, < Ribbons & Trimmings. A MOST beautiful and vnriid otor1mrl *
    t rated. Do nc-tVe discouraged,.1 trial: can da i.o hu: m. Fur lltr Jutri/tcrn JHslricl of/ rioritlti. GOODS, which will be sold low for CASH
    ti 6 and tad
    Srn'VKs Jan. > 4-1 <
    IP.M.M'ossrs. N.gt' MJ.iuh.tts 4 AI'J I C>itU>u n OXXI/r! A Sa-h Ril/ns. Black Silk
    lA ;. Lutill oiMivinre I ll.e 1 m<*t fvrjilicn 1 ] of its rid w.rlh.s J Broi A BROWNS-Sn.s : 1 s-nid fr an- M.;eiCicy 'X t I.' :i.i i !.... I ii ig.;, A T CIIAMKKKS.! JAS, :.. 1KJJ -It i it hereby orf i-> TafFeta t Satin Zephyr Worsted Fringe, for the Productions of t tLe country, at a email td- ::1

    Tnois.NPs OF COXSUMl'TIVK PJ3KSO.NShave ni.IUi.i.'svl3vb o'her I I JKittle ..foiir i M.n-cl i.'i'u l.'teihc Cath ,!ie n.* : S.i 1 lie Blankets dux-taw Stripes, \. dcred that (lie Term of (he wild I (d>nrt appointed Velvet.! Cap k Bell Worste-I! Bindings, vance on the original cost, at the

    been dce'-ivo.l rcpeatfilly in bmi-i but: which h.ronlv :My r viff ha- Item nlllicted f'.rct'v! < n yoats nnd a vi- < ;!'.(.n! Whi-Uord-.iville Plains by Iw to !14. I.il a a the 1r-t Monday: in January, Siik HraiiU! a.srrtedfRitc A Col'd Bobbin Cash and Exchange Rooms of

    tt'J.8: \ were EaU to be 4iifaM-le cure- ietyf: iiK-iii: l.i: I Uui u .'i.!. .1 1 t.il'.r l j'lit.f. I but imn.- :: 1 t Union Lm\l! and I U-rfti.ie adjorrncd t<, the lh>t Monday in Fcb- V. Lite Silk Fiii.ges, Snake Cord A ,
    inot HODGKISS
    ;4tt; 3ittwc.d j) illiiives, t.t this ine.liome oily j \% ;i. obt.ii-ied: until I leo.fud th;.< medii-inc$ from you.It I I'l-l' I Hi-.ivv bed '4 Linen 0.--nbirrs: [ I u.trv n.-xt. bo nigh tin1 Kim is hen by further >otjoiiod & SCOTT,
    ] i4 i-nci! ni- ; ? a '! : I t; I adj' iriir'd I to the font.ht M..nd.iy (U'Tth Gloves 6t Mitts. SVCCESSOBS TO
    'nnJ will i'.subtonJiliiii
    no deVtcnms! Drur! one tiial piove tnciiif.'t im.ir| >vi-iKiit! fi':<.in the1 tluv it \va< t.kn. MaiHutm ;:?t i $ f; I Plaid .P 'tmai 44Wi day) of Math next, at vhit-h tn.uihu I 6me: will I GEO.W.SCOTT&CO.We

    1.s:.. cfi'crcv better thn anv4iset lions or rvili'ioatcst.j Ac there nre n jjieiit ninny,: fot.ndi-s i in: our e'..n,1rVl.ili.ring !, rhansbr.iv( : Stiij.es t i Sl.-tU-rs: lr.'. Drill, be held, j.t the Capitol iu Ta'Jaha '. .ttt ,fr T ADIES atd and colored Kid Gloves, .
    j cxning CiHi'-ismjjtion an J all t'i ca'es : uud.-r th! > aiKivii'-n f--r whu-li your nn-ilifiiu* Cuijim'l Pl-ii 1 Liny, Xaumkcn? 4t L JI. BItONSOXJwlgc. |
    l huh Liver tuch ns Spitting cf U.vd, Cut;As, fain in Ir1.Pe s a reu'odv. 1 feel it a ljtv trt reonnimend it S-iKr| '4 Apron Cheeks Jaiimrv 2s*. lsi.:; t -ItPREMIJM ._. iL; Beaver 4. us rn absolute and oiizpIeequir.JenIfor lens credit,

    f tJ<.c *f i e.d; chitt, n igitt-'UH'utt, &<. tt'f. to ,11 tnch. CLOl'GH S. 15KA1JD.J. Wtil.'uck 44 (;rt < ni'l.'iin .4 Ca.-l.rr.f-re UI. in goods of the best qualities latest and ircst approved 4

    Cv'/jn.-T'/ pn-tfct o r own a veil ns the C. nfuuijitivc B. M\p.cni AC .. Piojijictors Ccutinl Dop-A, JiOlBroadway. I iit: 'tv. CJ.tn COTTON GINS.ET. Buck HauntlfttsBl'k Our styles, at the LOWEST CASH PRICf S.

    mifeieiNVC fire obliirwl (b mitt? o Mill tofinJ ; Xcw-Yoik. ; Lin-ey, J.i1t 4Gieea TAYI.tm & t;<>., Pratii| iiitor., of CieCo- 4' Silk Mitt*. tidied assortment fresh will constantly be enlarged and en-

    4, 1 c tLet--aalurecf COMSIOCKA r.r.OTHEllon[ the January 14, ] S51. 2 Cm ;i 15-iizi\ Furniture '. C'Uloii (G Jin a Manufactoryhave; I thesat'tdClion 4. Wcr Ud by of supplies and will embrace the entire :

    $ \\-r.-vpper. without tbi j it i is worthless couutei feltf.. I>ro\vn (Jhis'/ow R'ripc-s 1'ucki'vc Chnr>'btj v, '. I lo.iiinoaiir-I I ihnr patrol antl t itie Plan- October'20. IS53. 43 variety goods GENERAL demanded in this market AnnT.iua
    t.ttnitir this.CARLTOX'S. \ LARGE LOT of TOHACCO. 'E'sARS. \\ lltn Doin., FLintiel, (Srcfii Tweeds ,leis snieraU, ; 1 L* t Ihioiiuhoui: I (lie Coil'/r, ;i iir.\mg region. :

    FOR TIIH rILE$ teIt ia 'l )..i.a'C, nt HODCJKIsSJ: SCOTTS.ir ..4Vo.l l 44 G..ld Meilsd44 I l l'a I t thtaie pit I'ju-it a t litMij/pIv unv iiUUibciot' AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO. Embroideries. Laces, Ribbons and Trimming I* .
    LTXIMEXT : \ ] ?, I 18S3. 46 Ball.-r 1 Vale Iht-ir flrOliiU-'l ] des: Fine Dress Goods, Fancy Mautles. bhawl/uj
    and ii the I 4 Wel.-h Flannels f Z'HkMir.M P (Gl.N3.V.'htre tinderined. Ag'-nt of the above Gnipany.i'.l .
    is used in tl.e jnincipal Jiosj.iiji : ( Till Cloaks Fashionable
    ! now t'adi: l l"u J. Jeans, Red A Orange Fhnncls, t lln'se linn li. ie bten mirenst'I, i it t would re vi\e npphcation.* f-.r and make in iraueer. Lounet Glove*. Mitts and .j
    IuI.-" privn'.e practice; < four ciT.ntry by ai: i' j.iiife ntiiJi Bcn 1s and Liabilities of i lire: luion Bank.I 4- 4tMili'ul lie deemed xlvij. Heavy and substantial Dry Goods B1anIJ
    first nuJ ccitaln I Kx-i'l-i'.r: Twi.lr; 1 A Gauze untie* e.arJor_ the Maniitacttiteistoea\ ';:ain t l"s by Fire, on Brick and Frame Buildings

    i ber iiiJivi.iual ttbe* and' famiiits PILES,, 'uii u1s most ; I 17011; Kile 1 l-v. C. A. COM *' Litit-n Cra-h, a woid in ( heir favor, s > I ihry [feel I conlldeiil I the ma"rhiiifs Furtiiture. Mi rchaudize, Ac. and Cloihiug. Boots and Shoes. hats and Caps, Bagg
    tr th
    e, : Iy nt cifectualk cure is tb1 cvcuThc eis: v1t'r j jh 1 5 Stone Rfn-et, Xew Yoik.Dc llu.! 4< 14J-4! Hamilton Sheetinj, I.IVP IcCiI hrt.ii&hi I I to MICII |j.el feel ion, t hat January _'&, U53. 4 B. C. LEWIS. Nails Rope.and Holl.Saddlery, Hardware and Cutlery, G

    ,,. 4 nbor ] 7. isr.n. M f Sba.d"I: Jsiuiiuia t thc-ii I -.upi-rior peifomaure: I I rtroinintiid! t them, >w-ware, Crockery. Fancy Boxes at
    ,a'il tbe fthv. it'r
    ,' ,ffecte sire wjttjei E.re. i, n cm 44 M.-rim 4I J>i-h-h Fun.ily i in prelrreice t loi. iji'll.ei Gin' non I in u-i. For t Usesalis'aclion Notice. P.iint3, Powder, Shot and Lead, Flour, Beef, Ban*,
    : plaints:-D' .''tr Uii-, Jilt ':"rnttn, Ar 'f> vr Butter Cheese and all kimk
    ? cp'.v | Notice. Ak-iiht i i D'fc <;'n Jeans 4-4 Calla ui j I In.oe u ho l-ve nrtu-idl'ic I t (liiand :-, of Grocea Lea and.Proi.
    CrouiepiLiPpiflm.th.U. eaffS-re, 27iro.z JSprains. "TT7L TV ill make Cash Advances on Sea Island CotV -
    i OIX month fcn dil tic Br.-ht D. C. WILSOX. ar u-iaifjucinltd \\iththeirrcpnraliuiithe h t I 1'ropiiftfirnerd
    : ind-rsim, Tveei-.tor of \
    Bunts, &c. Smt a>id L7cr-WIit1ier tor et.n-igritil t<> Jaiuc-a Gadsdt-n A Co. Cotton
    i O theVill :in.l Tt ::a-iiPt.tofJi.hi 11.1 ,dc! ed :c.v.5, l r.S. 44Dress only ij.that t i the Fin -T Premium.-. and Tobacco.
    . ; fresh or of tang ftan h'j:, nnd fc-vcr *<->res It? pea r : 4-f Charlestr u. to tho-e of our fii< nd* Tvlio wisL to try
    : 4 : i late t-f Li'i-n O-u.ity, Mill n'set.t hi* liaal nave lu-rn a\\urd.-i! t : ncjujtsan
    lion adalls and ciuMicn in rcjncinr tleiinin'iccwellincN j that mniket. J. (;EO. AXDERfcON A CO.
    upon an1 l-'OBeuiiiK corgl s and lightupfs c>f the i voucliejs, to th4-.1 ide .f] I Pi<.li.t'r.rLwnC"Uiitv j Goods. lie ri-atSl.itfFdirheld? at t A .hrita.Gtor- ()ct.ta5.i5: 41 Cm [ScDtiucl. articles, by HODGKISS A SCOTT.Xovember. .
    been and: ask f .r a diM-.nige.' J. JSLKR, Exccuti-r." nr.d Fan-y Silk, i ia ; dl? al the Atabjina and Cerr ria .\eri<*iIiuialJM 19,1853. 46
    chest bv relnxati of the part, 6trpvifcin? STAPLE *
    reniaik of th Jantui 21. IS'.i. Ca.Administrztortr: Z En '..ivhI ) beyond"conceptUn.. The coian.on; < ?e Wakulla Iron Works
    annual I Fsir if !he
    loieiice and Marctlliiiu Silks t Sniilharili.'ta I I h:>filtle; at ,
    tI who has; used it iu the Fib is 4< It acts like n charni. Notice. Silk Titie (ai..rtt'l) (;Ii.ii kttri. 'I 1 lip ('. I tl t'.i. iidned uti! t.'icre Gi::.- rei STATE OF FLORIDA, ) JfF/WrOET, TLOEIDA.

    It u K-irruiiffdio pleoso any person that vill try it. I. .*< i\ ..tl !!litIi t -I t Pier:>riti< at! the p\hibilon I eld iu ili'i-on! County. )
    'unlenj find tlie fucImile 1 vaitlis ( dit th and Wonted Ikru fB, Establishment is now in full operation. All
    Cuntlur.-Xever buy it you tin '. uri'lerinj l AJmii.is-tra- (:'hailf-lf t' ;*.:iiutli Carol ITt:., ar. at every Fairwhtrefarnples'it oliN H. PATTKli-iOX, ex-f-ni.-io a-lrninistrator of THIS
    J.tra'z. Rti1w'
    ., rignatin-e of Coinstock A Brother, prcprietoi-s, i-' ti-r on the) estnte I \iary IltT'd.Te.fc.d, l h1te of ? will be attended ti> with promptnes, *udall
    ; ( tI ton fron. i llini )luvieeiiphiuited.( "
    4 Hupli -aced. having th
    AinwtrfTijf. iec
    Lenu County, will hii iJu.il ,.,' flresoa. (:iccitc,1' day work done with neatness and dispatch.J.iid .
    ou the wrapper.DEAFXESS.. pr dit aecuui.t ::t.I I vouchers The Propij.-; i Kavin I ilicir if.nti'.iiiitr- in the Probate O .faiI 1
    Plain Cf-led! nud ;>oe )>ne < Codify a wr.ttensug AU of
    P Dret.4e. < work such
    ) to the Jude of Probate f"iLf Figuit-d .pin : a? Steam Work Mil Work,
    C.iutitv. nud ask ,
    .-Uee Dr. LARZETTS ACOUSTIC for a di.tkrge. J. S. I3LLR on Ch"ked I--x Ik-lvaJcre I llobcp, o .' r'- t ifltttc flin Planti: C< !(tin fltokrr ('< tnrni ; .-tioii that he Iehit-s said e-tnte U> be insolvent : (iii, (;.ilrit) Sugi.r Mill, Cirenlar Saw Nachioer

    OIL. for the cure of Deafness. Also all these disagreeable Juinuiy 21 1R54. AdjniuisUator. Stiij.1; 1Sliijed I. *-ion -rcisr.f*, anti MiiiiifaeCiur- (* .ttr-n ft ,.> tli rrfw oitl'rtd That all persons having Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers. Plough Castings, Brad

    noi-es, li'' e the buzzing of i-jsecls falling ofxrnter Cm. 3 ; and l Cheeked f. rii'n t1.tb4, G'.ii.j.h--il) > ii'U t tl-11 I: t t liif- |>frf"iin3iiC< 4,f I he GitH, t-Iai--: .iiit ssid: e>tate do appear and file the same Cntings, &c.: also, Sn.t Kettles, of any size, kept

    -: ; whizzing of btenm, which are symptoms of approncbiug CA I.ni. r "- ar-d] MCheeked rin',e', dii'l'tlii* ..n'ii>l' f r"in"e.l! !fn t fitrtn. cannot be exBelled' in tie fE-,4e: af re.-aid, authenticated in the manner constantly i>n hand. All work done in such an estaViisliinent

    , dttjiincfs. PrsnVhO l.ave Lei n deaf firtwentv Notice. (Ii s-ra i'i.t In, I 'liv :MIGin< ever tr.anufacture.l.: pro'-Til/ed by I.uv.ou or l.>f.,re the 7th day of August, will be done by n*. with a particular regard

    .: jeais. an.l were subject to nte ear trumpets, 2 IX months r.f''r date, I shall prer.t my firal account : I iti-I Pluid Cloaking, All 'ii iil bi! t'H <;i'i.-, ? ii> -iilu-r to our' t travellingr 1 hSI. ALKX. McDOX A LD.Feb. to the strength and durability of the work.

    1 Lave sfir; ue.iig o. e b-ittle, been uiade well. -* and vourhiis to ti.e uoir.beju! f e ''t Piobaie 1/i In- Cloth?, (a.--.itcd) i local AS'-I.N' m torwartVil to the Ppinrietorby .4, 154. 5 Cm Judge of Prolate. Competent Workmen always in readiness to put cp
    iiI..s ill rt-.vns: ivivf nltentii.n. Gift;
    'fjr.'isf.n( Cut.nty. as executor < f Paiil Ulnu-r, It.ili-ui ('Mb, i-ronij-t! Engines & _
    ] TO OWNERS OF AXD DEALER IX HORSES 1 1 l.tte of r9i.1: I C juuty, 'i 1..vc.esl, arid ap "ent t', am put nf jjje couuti} and \\ arI Bank of Charleston. Tenr.3 will be liberal, and all work done strictly 4t
    Olntntcnt fcr the of ranted jii-f.iftion.
    Carltont Fmndir euro I I lojjnv -
    and difLarp r.s f nch XK-UIT. J01IX( ULMIIR.JefiToa ,l'.iii'' ii-iir..d; ) i GEXCY; at New Prrrt. Florida.McXAUGriT. cash, or accepted orders <'ii seme business firm b tb a
    TojuJer. Split Hoof, Hoof-bouud Horses. abJ Cotitrac- .105? L IHTX( Ant; TaIl.ahape.!! A
    Count I'. lb. 4. J 1S51. 5 Thi!., i Cioh.Fancy : A ORilOXD.Xewpnrt. place. TaIL\iussee.! ; or Quiney.
    led and Feverish Fat, Wounds, Lruitih in ti.o J cL i rrt'MJn'i'l-.Gj MlTf/i JO.! IH.V?. II I IV
    : Cati ti in. '. ( 'i t -,I) January 14.1S51. z Liberal prices puid for old Iron. Copper and Br**.
    il Called! Backs, Cracked Heels, MT..I<-U t'u. Kiel
    Bounty Land Warrants Pri.it?. Nolicc.Mot.tli5 All letters must be addressed (post paid) toiL
    j ; Ac. on Lorses. Twilll] IVr.-'in Pri-it Fresh IL I'OXD 4k CO..
    OUGHT the / ,
    ; at I'-yhi*! rcd. and
    named article eld i procured |i if.r
    Cuilion.-At1 of the above ih
    I are
    ; who 3i\e Gin hanis. (nsoiteil I). C. WILSON.NocuLr lix after date, I <*bal present my final a'- January 2 1, 854. 3 NewPort, FI.
    only bv Comst<*ck A Brother, 2 St Peter's, Place, directly ri '.fe nt.t b.'ui bc] t.i e t-ib H ) t T NDNG.! from Brizs Tavcneur, I ivacca and
    ic.Hit and vnuciivr* to tic Honorable Judtref
    - Mi their tl.ii'HS.: If any have rerci\ed a i.'iatn''ntt r, ia::. ; ( 1.4 Herald, and barks Gamble and C. "Wynns 5 il
    of the Aster llou e L-relay
    in ,
    :.::::4br tear Probate: f-T JelTcr-'n County, as extcr.trix of Wil Crockery.A .
    ; than they were cUitlvd! to, l.-t me kti-.w it.I licks 100 bales Hav 25 sacks Coffee SObbls.and!
    ; g4 end Vttty *>, one duor front, B ond-ea\t.\ Xew Y< ik Hats and Caps. Ham G. Cl.irk I.it< of aid decoded and a-k ; ; ;
    to whom nil ordei must be directed. Also EDWARD I Ilaxing had f-ir.itirn je is txp.i iiie in the ;io re- > Coiirity I 0 half bbls. Fl.-nr ; 10 do.J Kenned Su .;r ; Wine. LitII.1t. FEW Crates and Hhds. Crackery, for sale larfj

    BARNARD s unly i in Tallahassee, nLo'is by the j finn a'ld&ettliii of Gernnrr'it! clarins: Inn ioislan 1 '''A IIIO.VAISLE. Inq... M.kin! Hats.Sij"ii fi R-iitr.>r a ili. c>n from my K'MII.Y nd'nintitrnti'CLARK Executrix.of the said ., ('heese.p''s! Planting Potatoes Seed Oat JL to close a consignment, byMeNAtOIIT

    ; vill 1 fully tins ways and nicanl <>f .-ttii; throujrh th<: va- -L < r 1 .1 ;a.S! Hollow raid Hardware, Cast Sweeps, Planta t ORM05D.
    Trhulefnle] kalr for Florida raid supply
    pt only 1 Ji IfeA Xovembvr at;. 1 S,3. <
    : m
    1 Black Ctiin're Citiztn > Newport. January 7. I 54. I
    ountry :net diRu ts at the ]lowest pu 'ce. By JoLiibou .! i rious Dep.irinx-ntij nt \Va-lr) : iiti.n.; I L-\c in nivI --- -- n Ii"n. aa.orted frizes. Horse bnoes J ail Kous Acr _
    4 I ii- se si'/n rect'id viidiiiec ''I! i'JJO: Fl' rida S7 AlaI Bcair: dartujuta .4 ...!. ilcXAUGHT A ORMOXD.
    . ? r'' A }:pre M'MiticeV.o, t.. fccixa., iou.u... ...- Ga > .- 1 II Seed Oats. Cooper's, Carpenter's and Black
    ? bama, 120 Ge--rrij, becidts SoLtli Carolina and T $(.tt N.nr.f F.-bfnrr It. 1i4. 6
    n.jiijed -
    iz : and by one pon-u in r< iv t'i-vt<. j I I 44 Oturl I rnh II OHO BUsIICLS heavy Seed Oat.* at smith's Tools.
    3lLtt h1 if .
    n-ice r l er t.s ( : in I 1ln l'l'.t I IVar. ,
    Notice. \ If\ou have any Quaiter: Master, Pension '..rB' <* i*3lIIeiO*! ..ift I. ( \\J]\ "IIODGKISS ,1 SCOTT. SNUFF AND TOBACCO. FINE and well selected stock of the above Lul

    'untv Ijiud C-aiii:1, eull in. Xu ehnru'e. if I btain, 44 Wtv.l I. 1)ee.l, l3 :. 5: 52ID. \NCFACTVUER A lug (ruin Brig C.A. Coe, and for sale by
    ; ;: SIX months after date I t-hall prej-mt my final ac j no money, C. II. BLOOD.j Drab: K jr crown 4' PETER ilcXAUGHT A ORMOm

    nnd vouchns to the lion rr.ble Judge of]j X. It. Personwith unsettled 1 1n:-at.-! $ connected] Pearl "ft II. & NO. 42 cu.rirr ST., N.Y. Newport, Jannary 7, 185*. 1

    : Probate JeliVronu Couuty, ns executor <>f the lat I wjih the late cstablMjtiiuU Lrc also invited to ...di.oet1thJer .. (' -rnero .4 OFFERS for sale! the fallowing articles, warranted

    i',, :- will nud' tcttatneut of Geoiigo W. Johnv, late
    fern Count v, deciaavd, anti zok fur a rlis.mis.-ion B..\S a Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Freneli, Ripee. Honev Dew, and other Snuff; also, .500SACKS Key West Salt,just landing, w4
    from my cxtiutoihhip. LLOYD SKAXNAL Enili Drab Ijvavt :: Fine Cut Tobacco in tin-foil and papers. A more par by

    4 ; :: by his attorney in f.ctVi.. Bunn.f _A TILL SAWS, Screws. Brads and Tacks Soil V".Hll a J DRUGS AND MEDICINES. ticular description of the various articles can be had IlcXAUGHT A ORMONIX.

    ;' Jefferson County, Fla., October 15,1S53. 41 Cm i1 Web'U V1wd 44 CV .imere. Ui--k nnd drub .. bv sending for a full price current as above. Newport. January 7, 1 SS t._1

    Hand] Chi'.drru'b Leaver nnd fenthf 1 )i a tM;:.ai. DyettufTs, Surjieal Instrements, "February 18, 1334. 7 Zm.
    r-iws: ai-foiUd, Fiiii 'v Billows rsHeaw
    ; i L Spi'-es Sinilf. Window (;Ll. Puirits, DR. JOHN P.TALLAHASSEE. DUVAL,
    Executors' Notice. Saw KLVI>, Snutti'ii JU-lo\v! I wrvil hats for Nerioes i iGeiiK ,

    iic'' SIX iw.rths: af'er date, to-r.it: on Friday the 21ft Curp'-nVs'b Pianos: &iSj.iiit Knives hnd! Folks, 44 fln! 1!B.,"v cl.".th caps 44J.I.n full Oils l (;V.Hrni-hes Jla.Ware..Putty Patent Manuf.i'-tured Medicines Tobacco. Watch, Clock Repairing, &c. FLORIDA.

    y of July next, I bhall preocut to the Couit rifProbiite Lfctv!*, BCXWIXK! Kul: < s p.iji Fine Soaps Fine Tooth, l'lireVii' -t and I'randics HT HE: undersigned gives notice to omcE AT THE COURT norsr.
    and zcJ ;
    for the Couuty 'f G.idsd'-n, my account nndTouchers rtnclu.8, Otter and Mnskrat Trapa, 41 Lout IK Beys gl arid Hair Pnifhifor Me !i-nul puqioscs, .-- ..;1 J- the citizens Tallahassee and January 2S, 1S54. 4

    as Eeut4r4Ithc Kttatc i>f Reuben B. Hicks, Axis mid I Hatchets Shcais and Sch.v..isnlt. r Paint JJruibe.s A ri it'li-4. ; ._ surrounding country thatjiaving permanently ___

    deceased, and apply to the Judije: of' md J O-uit for nfinal ]Fniniifi! :* it: Teii.uit, 5viIWh ( in. I ,.eww..I (;augM, -Xov. S. 1S5:5.: 44 1). C. WILSOX. Ganhn; Seed-,, Fin.Fnify 1 lavan.i Sespirs.He settled in this lity, he has opened Watch. Manufactured Tobacco.

    ) discharge: vf"which, all p.irties intonated, will i.iil IL.i.d Vi'> s l'ztt. 11 Ax!t- I'IiICt Fire and Marine has received brigs Asa and Clock, and Jewelry repairing establishment,where all
    reivntly Sawyer
    please take noties JJURWELL B. WI LICKS, Plate jin I Rim Locks, ]Fis i! and lLt-ps. Insurance. TIer of kinds of work belonging to that line of business will JUST RECEIVING a further stock of some tOG
    I. Preila
    ,:: ; ; 1'xccutor of R. B. Hii-ks, de'aed.ttt Padlocks' ).1gIa.4 ,,., '- n ME j!_ Savannah Mutual In=uran >c Company, Lav of Munt-uik articles, a me us' dinjr trpply i-t?. every Plunters variety anilPhy be performed with despatch and on good terms. For assorted Manufactured Tobacco, at kver

    January 21, 1651. Cm. 3 Cliil4 and) Gouges, SU-il ffijuaies, I. Iii pstabli-l-ed an Asjency iti Uiw CitV, wil!!1 i. tiMKil'y will: a'lwnjs kept find by at tIis ttal.lihiiiieitt full the present, Li* shop It at Room Xo. 1, Monroe House, prices than it can be bought iu any of the large markets

    Braces and Bittn, tjpnn Jialunei's and Steel- take lire a'lJ Matin' ri-ks TMI the rnurt f.iv'retb'.cterniR. -iit a up stairs. Entrance indicated by a CiT*. Persons Xorth. Traders will do well to examine samples!

    .j : At Chambers. ("aUipera! ] find CSvtcw nnac 31d4, Apply t to '11IO. J. PEUKIXS, Agent. Sillily] of every thi.i needed, awl ou the most liberal having Clocks needing! repair, which they do not de before ordering their Spring stocks. Will forward

    : Phitts. Hamiiiers ati-J Claw Januniy 1 1, 165-t. 2 9m irnis.Or4hr.4 filled sire to have removed,will be waited on at their housas, samples, with prices attached, to any desiring it A
    Christian Strong, } Stocks and Dies; Hstchetj, from lh > Country promptly anti eat- notif in letter. All work credit to let ol April will be given where any qtitv
    bv \ log me person or by war
    Bill for Divorce: faction, v.'itli both to itinlqtialitv.
    'I.' > Metallic Burial guaranteed urard juices is P. LAu .
    Chain of kll kindf, \1ao'i l'r' Cases. ranted. J. SHOXFELD, required.

    . Christopher 15. Strong. J Cutlery, b.'t- KtiiveF and Pinceis, Pliyoiciaiid prcs-cupHons carefully coinlOUII'feil. Monroe House, Room Xo. 1, up stairs Newport, January 21, 1854._S_ _

    , : rrMIC bill Wins filed ia this enie, aivl pi oof liming Kails nud Iron all sir.cs, Atni.c, 4c., Ac. Li-nary 11,1S54. 6 3m [SentineL
    ; i J. been nia.lo bcf-'K* mo. that >aij defonjaiit le-hide* i Butts and ]IiiLr'P, Al-.., LTPIXfTS COMPOUXD FLUID EX- D. T. B. LAMAR

    Ls out of tl.e State of ilt'tIa; : It is or&.isi.that a )bvni-1 TilACT OF BUCHU.
    Together with T ( Crock-
    a large npply < .rcw'tic.: Fresh Supplies. his Professional to the poWie.
    be LaJ the f.ic'i (11.tred in Laid bill December 21 J, 1S&3. f.l eernees
    the 4lhJlonlav
    o.i on
    ing iinil Glafi;l Waio nd WiMnicn
    try : Wine Oils l'.dnt. be found at the former residence of Dr.
    i d.k M.tic't' next nt the Court: Hon<> i ii< Tal'aLa&sec r UST landed, (rum Brig Taverneur,
    : :
    i J3
    j Jaijs c Alu llonit-ry, and a fi.li HB *ntm< nt olj f u1i'Ikr.igInnh kc-ops coii"tantly on hand various J the Thonuuville road mild
    James Hunter, on eight
    ( Iass Oils M bite Lead &c. 8 bbl.s. Refined Sugars,
    ; provided that n Of this order )be pubi! hed ,
    copy j fancy i.rtii- <:s. I). C. WiLSON.oveinLr.S P.ZCS of the Patent M'-tali! <4 Iturial Casts Tallahassee.
    in Bf me newtpajxr of thi* SUtc for the 9Jace j of> thrconiunths I ]33. 41 mentioned in the accompatmfi'r <' ititiate.. 100 BOXES Window (!1. assorted sizes 25 Sacks: Iii) and Maraeuibo Coffee, from 28.1854.! 4
    h.4tf; :, at lea*', before th day appointed f..r pLeaiiny. J.: A. KDMONDSOX.: KK) ke-'* White Lead, pureextra A Xo. 1, in bis. Hiram S nitb Flour, January

    ;::5rdi J. WAYLEj?; BAKEK, Juige.A.dF. Boots and Shoes. ? barrels Lanced Oil, :2"J" Boxes II D. Cheese, New Stock.

    ) .! Attest:-ITc Z IBCHER, Cul, 6 Lard Oil Dried Apples, Liquors Wines. Ac for sale by
    .. ( (, April :;th. STOCK ot well selected Drag4 and
    : F42 1 kW 51 By JOHN R. LLOYD, I). C. 1 i I'.VS suj-erioi Calf Siswcd Boots, (n=s't) Mr.qQfl Fii .tr, 21)> Kc-js Zinc Paint, McXAUGllT A ORMOXD.Newport. A NEW
    _ _ _ .L 44 Kij -gjed: February 11, 1S.3 6 Chemical4, just received from New York;
    ----- Gr\Ti.iMKN; -Ve witiK-s-ed 20 Paint, bbls. and J bbls. _____
    Y'uth'* and Bovs ..4li : : : th.utililv of f your ornatn.ntnl packages Fir-proof ( ) making mv-st Leon Circuit Court.s
    1'atent Metallic 2 barrels RectifiedVhalc Oil
    ii and Jjr.v8;calf Ktitehed it Cisf.'iWed"toeou: Received will find every thing commonly kept in i'a(
    , ) Iizabt1i JI.1Juc Adm'x of .. '. ogtii vey t tho rrmaii.s ,f the hat e Hon. Jdn) C. Calhoun to 2 Train Oil 1 bbl. C.'pnlanihli.. Just Stores at A. II. WILSOX8 new store, Newport/*

    Jaints HulJeniess. lccca&cJ. In Chancery. '4 calf 1af i't 1' ;'- the Cun! rrt-MMrd Ccmctciy, whuh imprchscd us with SPiitL Tur1ntiiio iii liarreh4 nip1 at retail. A general New Oilcans Tcr schrWRPctte"' Dealers in the country can do betterhera than U ""

    ciI! Bill fr r ppi-ific per- 4, Goat Browns, ; the In-lit f ihitt: it is the liei-t artn-l.j kimwu t<> us fortriinop'iiting a'ortmeiit of ColorsJrushesnntl, other Painters'mnteriabt. FROM 0 Bbls. Ilxtra Flour. to New York.

    Christopher Strong and Chrisfuimuncc.. 4' a' ; I the da 1 to their final retiispl.ice 1). 11. AMES. 40 ilo Superfine Flour,
    and Moioceo G0*
    Slippers S. V heretofore all Officinal and
    P. Drags
    - ,i: liana Strong.IT a' and xewcd calf Wilh it.-j eet we i.illCrib'> onrfolxts. Your ttc.i December 24. 1S5. 51 4J5 do New Orle.114 Syrup,
    B-iys : Bi''t'afl;. IcaU warranted Pure.
    II. Cl.iy. I IK) It. Ati I hi Dif-'is d., Uectitied Whiskey,
    affidavit made in this i, .Jt.ty. I i t 25
    appearing by cnuie that LADIES Black Patent Gaiters
    : : 3
    14:, ', Cliricti'pbir Strong, rct-idcs out
    Mid J. M. Mason, J. M.! B.M ri-a 15 Bbl Apples
    r Kid ties Bu kius and V. P. Mangum. Oh Port, Claret, *
    : hiper.
    : epp > Oet .U'r 1. 18SS. :r/.t 5 do Oranges. ITE subscriber will at Auction befor ti
    ofjfer ,
    i* ord-rtJ, Unit the said: Chrij-lnplxr; Strong dooppenr (.4 1,,IdLsting tf !adeira,, Old Port juice, Nuts. T Duval
    cud anuwcr the bill of coii>)>l>iii.t; filed I IL heit-in, Mi M Gaiters Sherry, Sparklinr Cider, 1 do IVcann door of the Court House of the County of
    Copper Tin and Sheet-Iron 2 do Cocoa Xnts. the 3d ot next all tb 16th M
    Wednesday, May *
    UT. the Mm till be taken for ConI4sed Hpaiiifct him : Slinpera and B ansi a general assortment Lon.ion Porter, Set tch..A, he, BERRY A ROWLES. on

    u Fsot ithJ, That it copy of this order be publihhed ini of ChilJrcu'H nnd Sea>aut'n bhoe Ilraniy! Pcnche Brandy Cherries, 7 tions in said Couuty.
    i'f ANUMCTORY.HESuKscrihera Februnrv, 1854. Before the door of the Court House in the Cwj
    fI >me newspaper puVlif-hed in the Middle Circuit of Nov. 5, isa. 44 IK C. W I LSON. Raspberry Syrup, Sardines, *
    ) of four months.AT }'rch Lolster, ------ of Nassau, ou Monday. the 8th of May next, all !
    : Florida once a wvek for the tjmee iif the Strawberry
    <>nn citizens of TiJ- Valuable Lands for Sale. 16th sections in the said County. ,
    L4'inon '4 Shad.
    CIIAUBC&H 20th January Ib54.J.
    and the Cl
    1 : WAYLK3 BAKER, Judge.A burroundiuij country. Unitthy Ginger I' Saln'on, I XY of the lands belonging to the estate of Henry Before the door of the court House in the CouoiJ
    1TIRTY ds a from the fin-t publication of thin n-- arc now prejiared to fumUh customers / St.. John's, on Saturday, th.e) ISth dayo/Maj !
    deceased be treated
    True Copy-ATTEHT: T with all kinds of ware whuct! ale 1ine Apple Clams, /.4Gee, may privately by
    eh.ill > and retail iu their
    tice I to the 1iinortU
    apply : .1. \\'n\les all the 16th sections in said County.
    W44 HUGH ARCHER. JR., Clerk. line of )bur-ine?*. (lauva Jelly, Preserved Quincee, p. licatiou to either of the Executors. ;
    Fcbninry 4,1854. ft Baker, Judge of the Ciicuit C
    4 m cuit of Flondn, at his orifice lit the city of Tulluhii8, The SuUcribcrs call the attention of the public to Sparkling Gelatine Taniarinds, R. K. CALL. ) of Putnam, on Tuesday, the 16th day of May*elt

    for an order to sell the fuiloning u-al estate of An- their axsonnient of Parlor Cookiiig.iuIVood Stoves { E1601110"February the 16th sections in said County.
    4 Tax Collector's Sale. of the latent *tyle all trimmed in Flaviaring Extracts, Spices, C. H. DvPONT,
    litw F. Withers, Elizabeth S. Withers and Horatio ; complete order at Yeast I'owders I'ii-kles 18 1854. 7 6m [Sentinel. Before the door of the Court House in the Coc1J
    virtue of in mo vested law I have infiint cLildieu of Horatio C. Withers the lowctt mniket )price. Please call and examine *
    BY authority Ly C. Withers, de- Corn Stztrch Salad Oil, of Orange, on Monday the 22d day of May *
    before elsewhere. ,
    'V. levied upon and will expopo for tide before the ceased to-\vit: purchasing Also. BritUmnia and. ,- FAIRBANKS'PLATFORM ho 16tb section in said County !t

    Court House in the town of Quiney, Gad Jcn County, Lots No. 1, 2 and 3. in fraclionnl Section 20. end Japanned Ware, Lead Pipe, Sheit Zinc, Sheet Ltwd- Ohive Capers Cocoa.Englih ., Terms-One fourth Cash,.tho balance IntlrM eq *

    : en the third Monday in April next the following deerib Lot Xo. 2 in fractional Section 21, in T 2. Nof U I W, hIiiute-'work, Hoofing, Fancy lI.aIs! for gutters4 Guttering Woretstershire Sauce, P. IL AMES. SCALES annual instalments, with interest in adYinee.D. .
    I; J property or M much tbensof as will pay the in the County of L<3 >n aud Stutcof Floiidn, rcutuiniug I'ipes-5h41p \\oik of every dttcnptiou done 51 I[ S. WALKER.
    I. S).ate'and County Taxes due Uiereou for th ha year three hundred and niaetv ucr -s. IWTH or lets.II. with neatness and despatch. 24, 1853. ..__. LONG KXOWX-SEVERELY TEST- Register of Public Lands, State of fieri*
    i: 165$, Aad tLe tiecctuary cxpcuecs iucideut thereto, tovitr A. WHITU, Guardian. WIIITH A SLUSSER. GARDEN SEEDS KD-ALWAYS RIGHT, THE ACKXOWLKPOBD Jannary 28, 1854. 4
    Otoli'r 8. 1853. 40 FRESH ,
    r tf
    ._ February 11. 1P54. 6 .%, STANDARD.
    Two hundred and ten news of land, lying on Flat Wanted. GROWTH OF 1853. 4'i. A Co.89 Water it SODA WATER APPARATtffi!

    ! Creek, txtonging to Robert Jimerson. Notice. DRY A Baga, Flat Turnip,Cabbage,Beets, At,just AgenU-Xew York,FAIRBANKS FOR II1tYAcrrRrso, DLW1NO 'D 1O1'fl
    ::nnn HIDES which the Market RUT
    UUGnO.McLKAN, highest 1854. 8
    D.II.AMES. 25
    nPHE highest j>i-ice in each will bo paid at all timw )UUU price will IHJ paid by February OF the latest and moat approved priahid
    Tax Collector for GauWn 1 itb explicit
    I County. A. December ?4, 1853. manufactured, and for fale v
    by tho Bulmcnber fur Hidce Deer Skins, Leather October 29, 153. 43 S. S. KXIOHT. Tobacco. MATTHEW* i
    October 13, 1655. 41 6m audSealdand Cotton Seed viz directions for its use, by JOHN )
    : PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY Choice Tobacco for sale by f fint and Sh atrwt, eppe BeU(
    Notice. Prime hides, 10 to 12 cent per pound, Notice ( BOXES ner avenue d'kd I1SI
    QJ UODGKIS3 A SCOTT.February etUWiabment
    44 Decr Skins 25 to 20 cU HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT, NewYork.Tha only it"
    month after date the d.tinUtra; hereby given, Hint the subscriber 8 of.SDAW1TU
    SIX underrfgm-d Leather, 17 to 0 cts IS Adminutrator 2S.I3&-L vtt\y to the manafaetor
    of the Estate of Alexander Ileudry, def ejifedUt Sea Wand Cotton Seed 80 in per S3 Cfnf bubel. of the state: of Thomas J. Heir, late of Jefferson Capital Stock, 8300,000( cat Ac. in the United Staks,

    I ) 'vf Oadmlcn County, Flotida, trill present liu fiuJAccoutit Tee tr.ar b* Cit to any of the tiumtroua per Comrau- Coonty deceased, will sir months after date hereof, rpnE undersigned, Agent of the above Company Nails. ,tn,4 1Mg U.OrtfleflL of rrer articis 2O
    and vouchers to the Hon. Probate ul] apply to the lion. Judge of Probate of Jefferson JL is to take risks against Fire on builrt- inclwng MateriI C.
    _( Jwig&of ion JlercLuut*. or direct to me. and save nil charge of prepared n K. KEGS Cut Ntfls, lately'received? by with the buiiueu
    '1 uid County and juk to be discharged. CotumiBsion. SAMUEL HOYT. County for a discharge from liii Administratorshipoo tags ana their contents,on the most favorable terms.F. 2D HODGKISS A SCOTT. ed 20 Year

    GEORGE A. HENDRY.f Cbatleston, S. C., AV. 149 EontJanuny Bay. said estat W. S. DILWOBTH. H. FLAGO. Agent. February 23, 1854. 8 December 24. 183. i zn

    ptea1a I C-tu 14.1654 ?t 2 Jefferson Cwoty, Peceml-er 8, 1853. 48 6m Tallahassee, November 6, 1853. 14


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