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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: April 1, 1854
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00079928:00256
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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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I ItBttSlED_*'' :! ETERT SATURDAY MORMXC.rr OFFICE OTER. BEaa.A., *$WLES'. LUEI'TIS lOON.r m-I .tj: [:! ; :

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rY CHARLES E. DYKE. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA APRIL 1 1854. 'vOLt3v$3 .

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-- WALTERS & WALkC3tto:1 Copartnership Notice. An Ordinance The Homestead BilL Tlw Banting of thi Bad. and b@DfsntIIIC t1i.pOd IU.. ; : .'

and General Com- TIlE imdrrjignod have this day entered into a co- T" rate a Ktivniic for the City III Tall..'tee fur A ncr occupying the time of the House of Represenn eat..... 111'
Factors, in UieWHOLESALE the Fttcnl Yiar on the first day of, .
commencing for the
< many days, Homestead Bill fiuallxassed .
i is .
Spring n eominjr -Spring coming I to the unfortuii1te'igh vie seesioiai.
II1\lslol Merchants. AND RETAIL April( in the. year one thousand righ.llaunCredlmdif1Ylnur. I ;> that body oo the 6th inst by a vote of ]07I With her ..H>.IMO. .n' her fl 'W. ; tbem FOM'S7U1Iliifii"aii' H tr

-A1AO- DR.UGr BUSZNESS 1. Brit Ordainrd by the TufenJant nnd I YeaS to 'j! nays. Among the yea we observe the Heaven ia riaftofj with the siofiaf Lat I eonsPqlP.re iJUUiuS- ftn.
trione\ r Line of Packet* betweenCSAJttJs1'O SECTION the Tallalo**re, That the first of the Hon. Mr. Maxwell from Florida. Of the birda ia brake and bower; ,
1- f''or UNDER TilE NAME AND STYLE OF of City of tame Buds are fillinf. leave fbraaeaalt; mud bmtteey#.-
section oftbe'Revenue Act of the 1845. be, and are swelling;
AND XW.FOT.Jove BARNARD & MAXWELL. the same i is, continued in full force year as part of this Or. The following is a correct copy of the Bill u it Flower on fieki. and bl Jar tU -S
A: Cc's WbarfCHARLESTOX., sed the House : wrtk. sad ., sad <- shortly'afW wfckk
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county;
They will be pleased to pee their friend dmance >a Nature holds bar __
S. C. Ii nud patrons nt the old utond of E. Bar nar' StJC. 2. R, further Oidainrd That there shall be A bill to grant a homestead of one hundred and sixtyacres 8ofr then *t alinc e.... '115 *_J cost at lto pst. r ty..a
'AtT3. GKOB.GE IL WALTER, Jr, eitrn of the Mortar corner of M..nrl' I levied and collected the following Taxes for the fiscal for
0'< boaom tc .111"f tlplitt a.be bsIs-i.i,
troxcT of the lands to 'tnallt'ttJera. BJ !
t. public a
t commencing on the first day of A pnl. 1854
E.T.DE WLiELtegu and Clinton streets, where they will bt-.I year : Sweet I ponder I wonder, bead of amaD "0' sstdpu ..
13, 18. 3t-1y flllllln1 general siMortnont of nrticlf 1-Upon all Merchants vending goods wares, and Be it enacted by the &.ie end House of JlqN Fur my muainf are of thee.
to their line of business nnd solici the patronage
W. C. WHiTAKER, th fiiends aud the puP*". dollars iu value of the stock in trade on the first dayof gNU aout77a led That any free white person who i ia Spring i ia comiof-'Spring i* eomfay I between them iti .y. toataia fcat tbfir

K. DAR A&J. JR, April next as near a* the same can be ascer the head of a family or who has arrived at the age With her morning* fresh and light; moat iiitimato s ijyiaTt t aa *n*tWsa to fce 'f-
tamed.
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN G. TKOUP MAXWELL cof went v-one years, and it a citizen of the United With bei noon chequered &*J. entirely inrUpeadaa*ef tvtrjtf&w'' kind
6 2-Upon nil venders of goods xvares and merchandize Sky of blue and Ode of white. '
TALIAHA.SSEE. FLA. Felvuary 1(4( ,) 1654. St IteA. shall, from and after tbe passage of this act and
the citizen of (other than itinerant traders,) who shall commence be eoitled to enter free of cost, esie qwrter ectioo of Calm and gray night falls when the light JkD give M IfMfJ I:WiMi' *!**opinion. ("iii

O TTERS bit proreuiuulen'Office cea to first door Et SK 4-i.IUlll' 1I.., ERR ..b.1LLt.I.. business after the fi.vt day of A pnl next it tax va iint and unappropriated p-iblic IMIN!1a which may, From the star bespangled sky that not long sue tboy iu4, as,_edh ?i3
T&Utawee) and vicinity. of forty rent on hundred dollars in vale of While tbe aud ale of bog mod bid'
adjoining Dr. '8 DRUG STORE. every at the time the application is made. be object to pri- apJ.ndorJe tender 1... l
immediately OVER BAUNAK1>
Office building. their stock in trade to be estimated and assessed in I
tlf rJI Of the
vaJe-1.'one dollar and tweoty-fve esata p.a- young moon gleam on high thelr %P.tb pileN aJ1 I "
If". 'w fIE subscribers respect fnllv Announce to the LnI all cases at any time after the commencement of such I I "br tlitrtto. Wbodv. IneaVel,-. Jl.'t Di." fit nnr n IIn' SV. rW
cre. a q-wnritr equal" w mark -
January U. tRU. t 1y die anti cntl*">*'ii of Tallahassee nnd viciuit business: Frorirlrd; such tax shall be assessed before in conformity with the legal subdivisions of the 1J ._ "- _. ( nteL AItat' .ts I 11_..

.- hit; their Gallery is open tlailv for the reception <. the expiration of the next fiscal year. public mJn, uuJ after the sua" hall have been sur For I ponder a* I wonder. V' bi! "> 'kJl
A. PERRY AMAKER visitors Sun la\'* Jl'eptM. Minintuie tnVon clf> a1 i,. 8-Upon all gold watches a tax of fifty cents, and veyed. And my musings are of thee. bpd', where to lay complaining fbrsMsrftoe, t.j

.ire ami tt\U-* of the tlrL Ladies and) gentlemen ni on all silver watches a tax of twenty-five cents. SEC. 2. And b. itfuit1r enact'd. That the although bit brother scoWed him .
AT LA.Wt person Still on the thought are dwelling, BfTswIy sit
ATTlaWBT .iivitod call nnd examine their all horses and mules biought into this city my
tAl ppeeiiiii'iiB
I 4-Upon
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for the benefit of thiA act shall the while
applying upon application Whatsoe'er thv be for him
name detaining tn wbe
bed
TALLAHASSEE, FLA. N. B InsLructi given i.i the art, and all l Und< and exhibited for sale a tax of twenty-five cents upon ; to the register of the land office in which Beautiful beyond word telling.may ; b* tt
materials rale. each horse mule, so exhibited.C ; ought to have beeo atteudlof to tbe ..
Daguerrtau or .
is uliont
he she to make such make affidavit .
:. o or entry i I* thy presence unto m,. J
)iy2t.lss KITHNS A BAILEY. -Upon all Auction Sales, one half per cent upon of their plantation. .
I before tbe wild register i ihut he or she is the headofafaroilv. I Morning's. breaking find the waking.
JOHN B. GALBRMTH. r..hp.l' 1 !I r. the gross amount of sales.and unimprovetowo lots I or is twent'-one vearnofajrp, and I bat Wondering in the breeze' night ; On another occasion, u the, were ,_.. ;

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Atteniioii, A arm 1" tax 6-Upon of all improved on hundred dollars value, sueh application is made for his or her exclusive ue Noontide' glory' mantles o'er thee up the road, a gentleman inquired of f.
a forty cent every and benefit and those especially mentioned in this In a shower of light where .
they
Florida. sunny ; were
going-- Mr. 1
Tallahassee Stnbloi thereof. wbereapoo .
A 'lTACIIEDtorny Livrry l.1
and hut either for the &ves'tht'e
cw- Offieo up-cUir in the Capitol immediately ;_I3._i ill a BlncksinithsV hop. in which H': 7-Upon all free colored male l(t ween the ages net or iM'ntfit; of any other directly ptrson or or indirectly persons whomsoever use- Daylight In the silvery dying tri'ight lying: replied, ** I om going over the Blew I .,ia t. fl..
: [Oct. 9. 40 kind c. vork itaiiiiinr to that bu oft'ntv.on and fifty a tax of ten dollars. ray the 'the
.AjIHL3t 1 the Senate Chamfer.! )ip|) years and upon mnkinj the affidavit as above required.and Stars look brightly on thee nightly stage ; at same.instant Mr. Cb
IM-PS 5 ill d.ne. in g",id t\le J lit sh"'it notivt and on n 1 6_Upon all free colored females, between the ages the nfhMaxit will the he looking bU
filing rl'gi"tf'r. or she Till the coming of the day. over shoulder replied. with
P. HOLLAND, on.ib1e ntlier l1o in the P1 and a tax Ill five dollars. a. r
D. : term ae at any p city.flrniine ( twentjone fifty jears shall thereupon be permitted to enter the quantity arch smile I
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. -* impleniotii Fiirli! its Turn 1'1.1\\11. Scootir I: 9-Upon all white male inhabitant lietwren the land already! specified : Provided hticerer. That"no Everywhere and every minute am going back home to look 4.

Qnfnty Florida, 'l-.III.l Clexici-s. Het-1! Pine. tLo. kept| ready made an ., ajes: of twenty-one and sixty years, a poll tax of one certificate -httl U' given or jiatcnt icsncd th rt'r.'r. Feel I hear thee lovely one; after oar wives and children" When questioned 1"

muManilv, Irind.: Tlji viII aff-'rd Farmers i.pmrtnnit dollar. until the expiration of five from the date of In the lark and in the linnet about their mother some time since by J'

TTTILL practice in the Court of the Middle .Cir | (*% uf eujijilung thcnisi-Uee without licind. : 10-Upon all slaves owned or employed in this such entry and if. at the expiration years of such time. I can hear thy joyi'U ('sue. an acquaintance, they stated that they bad
\V cuit. anlJ l of Jaekiinn and Franklin Conntie.fltr3.l52. !..!..\ P. B. BKOKAWJVl'iuaiy t"h'.a tax of eighty cent. to be paid by the owner or the making such if he be dead his Bud and blooming mark the coming formerly received letters 1
tf person entry. or. from her Lat
42 ; 11, S54. C Sin owners thereof: Proridtd. The City Council may exempt Of thy feet o'er vale and hill ; latterly tr1
iu of her death his heirs
v\iil.-w, or, case or devisee, they bad heard
from taxation slave laboring under mental l And with life's no tilings of her, and i
-- --'- any thy presence essence evta
in of widow making such her heirsor
case a ,
or entry
WILLIAM tSCUTT, MONROE HOUSE 01 bodily affliction or huh siaity. on application of the ileviaee, in case of her death shall by two Make the forest's heart to fill it they were to receive !ettera from her writ l
of.such slave or IIi acnt. prove Low IM.f'-re thee. I nd. thee ten in the
AT L3W owner re Siamese language they would
not
b\ rdaDrf T A LLA 11 AS ... FLORIDA. credible witnesses that he. she or they have contin- f
MOSTICELLO FLA. 11- Upon all pl..aeurt' Carriage Baroufhos. Bug- ued to reside upon and cultivate said land aud still Dove creative, thee lung; be able to read them, aa they bad forgoUea
't"11:1.nl\wn hotel having prised from gies. Tilburys. Stanhope. Chairs. Sulkiec and Stage Now' 1 meet thee. and I greet thee f.i
1.1115 reside IP'lthe same, and have not alienated the their mother
JU'.T 80. 1S53. 30 tlj.inERSKIXE _ m hands of Mr. E. p. Moose into ilioseof', Coaohes a tax of one dolLir on every hundred dollars same, or part thereof then, in such case lie, she.or By the holy name of Spring. tongae. if'
-" the notice to''! tJietiilf. any They are excellent hands to
L'VOllTII' the nnderaiirned : new propiietor gives \-alu' carry up a :2t
shall be entitled to in other
& D they a patent as casespro'.ided
the that he i i" to cntritain transient'an i ( slave ublicly exhibited for sale comer of boose. aLiT
I public propaied: -Pron every ] for by law : And provid d furthir. In case An Arrant Eogne- a log -exceeding their t
1 customers with the l beet the houu niulrflE ill.in the, incorporated limits of this! city, a tax of
permanent in
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, of the death of both father and mother, leaving an infant It i ic not generally known that n pin neighbors cutting saddles, and notcbei f li
and at 1111 reasonable a cost afi the limes will admit four dollars. gray
MONTU'ELLO AND QONCY.Etsnwe ci f. TIle house is well lIurpli..d'ith servants, and 13-UJXKI( every p the and the fee shall inure to the benefit of said with
J CISf Quiney\.S. Ditworai, Mont.oello.. every .) \enience to make guobts comfortable, and the corporate limits of this city discount buy or ell infant right child <>r children and the executor administrator long time past, commi'ting a series of unparalleled a power and dexterity superior to say t.

July 53, 1853. 29kATU the propnetor m ill pare no pains! to pleace Uio e who drafts ur hills of exchange drawn upon any place beyond or guardian, may. at any time within two years robberies in this city. What theOettchjvi of the most expert woo J-cotters in this woOd. :i
favor him with their An excellent the limits of this State either with his'o"n fund,. When
en
patronage. I
may country. they
after the death of the suiviving parent and in accordance Police cnn have been about i h- chop or fight tbey
,
stable Uiis Hotel. C. A. BUY AN. I credit for Bank individual -i
adjoins or or
as
Lhery means or agent
DAVIDSON any do double handed.
tt. H. ) with the laws of the State iu which such children so
( .p.ool1', Talkhasbee, January ', 1854. 1 tf I there shall be assessed and collected a tax of OIK- I more than we can divinE' ; and we dem it :i i .r t.
fur the time being have their domicile sell said
& DAVIDSON They are inveterate irmokers and eheweri
DOBY and a half cents upon every hundred dollars in amount duty caution. our readers against him- :,
Lt-iiefit of said but
Lind f the infants fur other
TijOilM fS AT LAW, MONTICELLO HOTEL. I exchange so bought and every hnnrlr dollars in purpiHe sir; and th? purchaser sha'l'!acquire the no absolute The history of this i dividual, as we have of tobacco-each chewing b:. own quid and :.7
amount Bold for and ihsringthe year next precedingthe smoking his: own pipe it has been remarked rr
QUINCY. FLORIDA. ;. NEWMAN having closed his flotel.I date at which the ussy.-nicnt of such tax shall be tile: to the purchase, and be entitled to a patent from gathered it from authentic sources, is not howe\er'in ; '
,
"I practice in the Middle Circuit of Florida "I I__CAPT-the cuWribw having purvUasod and made. ; U e United States.Sic. without interest. His childhood was passedin support of toe sympathy opposed f

V"JILL V and in the Ea*tern Counties of Wet Florida.AU .- fitted up that large aud cmnmu.ji..u-t< Brick Building 14-Upon pverv ajont or partner ithii: this citv of:: :. And iI' it further (n arttel.all such That the register the country, and at an early age, he became to prevail throughout their system that aa rf.:.
tlucll
bo,.iu M eatrwted to their care will receive promptattention. South of the Court House, f4irmvrly wcupied,] as a Tavern -. a I'artor C4.flflhi-'ctsflI JIroll".r Commission, Merchant.located : of the hind office note of his office applications and very expert in the use of thescytheand general rule when one takes a fretaqaid, tb* i' }
:Mr. CJoo-lbread auJ known then tin BannerIIanee. I, <>n the tract hook and plaU keep a other does
by a* I arid nfiding beyi/ud the liunt of thin State a Little the same. It ia also generally ad. .
register of nil SUds vutrus und make return thereofto sickle. did they think in his neighborhood :
51 I takes ihi nn-th'I of informing tinpnl c that
December 24, 1S53. tax of thirty dollar. mitted that there is
he his <".""",',11..1 the s:li.1 i ] \'lIi.lill: into IlMil. and 15-Up'ni all agencies of Insunuve Companies a the General Land office, together with the proof -unsuspecting soul !-as the beautiful a marked difference ia :

BAKER & McIVER, respwtf illv solicit a h.in: . Nopaiisoresp tax of two per cent upon the gr<" nmujnt of all commi upon xx hi Ji they have been founded. youth, for he was beautiful, went through the systems and temperaments of the gentlemen t
SEC. 4. ..1 lId be it fmther enacted. That all land but still almost
Will!! he tor ndcrthoseromfortable they invariably draw tbe f
"i-K1 spared "ions received f.'r and during the next harvest fields aan
year cutting.
AT LAW preceding acquired under the provisions of thi act. shall in 011 .
ATTORNEYS who nidv visit i his hut."c. The veil kno"' Livrv the date of assewinientfctc. inference from topics submitted tu their
TALLAHASSEE AND QUINCY, FLORIDA <- Stab'cs formerly kept bv Capt Newman.are connu'ct I 3. He it finirr Ordain fil That tln-rc laU be .I r Went become liable to the tutu-faction of any debt or i "The bearded gram at a breath and arrive at similar eontlaauxuk cosaideration ,

iLL practice in the Middle and U'estern Cu''uitFor .d with the IL.tJ E. E. BLACKBURN. levied and collected the following Licence Taxe : I lebts contracted prior to the iittuiug the patent there- 1 And the flowers that grew between," Mr. Eng not r:
W Florida and in the ConoUea of Decatur and Monticello December 21, 1S53.: 51 1- all retailer*of pintuon, or rinmi- 1ir'iorsin C.Jr. anfrequentlj girea aerioaa ,off r"l
no.GL q'"wtlli"lIll'6l Upn than one quart, a tax of out hundred !|. Src. .". A,-d If further enacted. That if. at any !;I. that he would ever become the hoary beaded fence to Mr. Chang by jesting him.aitoatttft
MEDICAL N.) 1kL tnt-: after lihug the affidavit as required 1 in !the fiecoullI having one thud
villain record him. more than
A. N. MIVEBJanuary ar.d Sf'y J..1l2re.l.poulll l we now be hav. --Wine
BOLLING BAKER, I livu nr tl.i act. and bef>'re the expiration the 1 t (f1
., tr o- Billiard Table- and Bowling Ally! If; as along Broadway catch shooting. (a sport they are fond of
Taok.u'e. Q/Jiuy. fire years 1tr.'r(*lIid. it shall Iproven, afur due no- : you pass you very ,) .ns ftfi
r\Rs. AVil. F. ROBERTSON d- J. W. EPPES .r Ten pin Alleys, tfchi.iuilly PU culled, used for hire,
7, ibS4.JOSEPH. 1 ii having located in TaUabaeee. and 1I..iaf.J' a tux t-iffifty dliars.. i i ti.-e to the l settler to the eatisf.iction of the register of |.!' a glimpse of an old, gray-bearded, emaciated sights or takes aim, and the other, it u said '.;

tli'mceh. together in the pract' <.f Mcdifiu", offer I 3-Upon; every. dray or cart. used for hire a tax of the Lind irlktl the j>er on Laving filed! surf. nfliiia ,> man, hatless, bald as an eagle, a scythe i palls the tJig er. Nowif, this be true, it i t

H. DcPOXT, their Prufi-sfiiinal I'C'r\'il'I' to the public. fight ds.lIarM.4Upon! vit shall\ have actually changed hi* or residence, or under one arm, winter and summer, and always would go far to prove the doetJ supposed ;-

ATTQUWSY AT LAW f: f Officover tinStoieof Metw.Button .. e'C'rt""o or four horse wagon used for abandoned the said entry for nore< than six laud moot w. at in a hurry look at him well, for he is sympnfby: existing between the brothers, but t.
and in that the
time tln-n. event
R.fiil nc> of Dr. Robertson at tl. ]'III ii>iiure i I thL1iicI11)ttl hire a tux of ten"dollars. any one so entered the I it is questioned the ,
f.l'oDid he luik loiter about he by most of
QUINCr FLORIDA shall revert back to the Government and be dill- or neighbor .
: I
fl'
Church..M.1. F I ROBERT&O l >, 5 hack or public carriage used for
-Upon
TITILL continue to occupv the office recently occupied Jan. :8, '51. 4 Cm J. W. EPPES. hire, a tax of every eight; dollars, except hacks and carriage posed of as other public lands are now by law, subject would be regarded with more suspicion, and I They readily admit and acknowledge- them ..:

>> by th, Ute firm of C. U. & J. H Du.nt. I belonging to public livery stables. to an appeal to the General Land Office.: might perhips, ore this, have been detectedand selves to entertain a strong fhrwtian fjiith or 1
anH to IB tile adjacent C.\uti of the Mid.jloaui SEC. 6. And be it fUl I'IU enacted. That if any individual I belief! and are attendants
practice WORLD'S FAIR PREMIUMS 6-Upon every public Livery Stable, a tax of fifty arrested ; but he never pauses. There regular at church f. ;
He will al, attend the term* now a resident of of the State or
W Cu-cuit o anyone
nt and
ru other
: I dollar. he is religious where
of tli* Supreme Court in Tallahasaoe and Haiiunua. THREE PRIZE MEDALS Hawker and Pedlar TcruUuies, and not a citizen of the United States but threading the crowd and gliding among meetings* they deport f
January 7.1651. 1 7-Upon every vending good*, at the time of making such application fur the benefit lie omnibuses, jostling no one, recognizing tben.selves as becomes good citizens of ..,
and merchandize tax of
hundred
,
wares a one dollars.
[ AVE just lcn awarded to the very 8-Upon all v"de".f Lottery Tickets a t'x often of this act. shall have filed a declaration of intention m one, but never uttering a word. Just look- the land of their adoption. They are strong f

P. B. BROKAW'SLIYiay f elegant and Kupcrior fiollnrp ; and all retailers of spirituous orin<>ue Hquor i as required by the naturalization laws of the United ng in at saloons. theaters, churches and pri- politicians and take a lively interest in all A

&ID SALE STABLES PIANO FORTES as nfur'lIni.I.lI.lI keepers .{ Lill.ard tablec, or i, State, and chill become u citizen made of the and same before for ""f' flwllm!S. von may gee him, if you \\ill elections that occur in their district. Aa the .'

Exhibited by the subscriber at the Crystal Palncc. In bowling 01 ten pin alleys, all keepers of evcrv dray j the H iiuce of the patent as prU\'id..J look here there where- writer was informed by lady of Mount
only Airy
with
,
shall IK
ii thi- act : placed an equal footing every
FLOUIDA : jtf
TALLAHASSEE.: upon
the abOve two four Lorwiaguii / !
nuking IInnllunct'ml'of.uleS' would takothi* or cart or or or hack (' public "
the lx eitizen of the United States. A character is he indeed and whata they are mighty stay at home peopl.-- '
n:itixe >rn queer
hire
4'pp'lrlllnity to return tlwir thnnki> to tl..ir numeroui catringe UMjJ for a' uf"t'-lIi"-DI\ kcejH-is of I ,
would inform I SEC. 7. Aiidbr it furfur enacted. That no iodi- he would be Lavater! rarely ever going! from home unless called r
lit Prt'priet Ins frien.l and the l'*rc extended to them nul I n- 'l\re them that no pain lottery tfkeL, shall under j penalty of double the tax I viJunl hh:ill l !i.e permitted to make more than one entry his accomplishments are not all enumerated ; away by business. t i

4 public. that he hat rebuilt _ shall be spared to sustain the flatterinsj, reputation at in case of failure, before th"ir several avocations, callings i undtrr. the proxUionsof this act ; nnj that the for aside from his skill in the harvest fieU. he
hii large buck StaUvc. Kt the old s'uud. and II Vow ready attained and in order to meet the increasod. or business as aforesaid mav"'bc pursued and I .mrii-Muner; : of the General Land Office is hereby Look out for Counterfeiter .t

prepared to acci, aar>dat<> hi* friend and 'u\tnrnt'r man'ln; for their instruments they have added largely upon the payment of the taxes leK-dia afore;ad, obtain -I req.iin-l to prepare and issue such rules and regulations is something of a painter and gild'r.Ve J' '
the
At last
He alto Iu* attscbel }hi,ill Mxbles. & jjoi'd lilackmiUi to their manuOicturinjj (.I iliticR. which they trus-t will J a Licence to tKi from the J lutetnlaiit to be counterc -, <'U51"t.'t\t with this act as shall be necessary and have seen silvering ol his, that can never tarnish term of the Superior, Court for ; ..

Shop, here l lwill lm\'e done all kinds of enable them in futnrc promptly to meet every de- igncd ny the Treasurer and such license thai I not proper to carry its provisions into eflect; and that ; old houses that he has touched up with Walker county, Ga. true bills were found
Plantation work, Hose """l'bg.l\nJ Climate work Mliether i be Usued for shorter thau the renters jud rt'Cei.ers..f the several land offices against Peter M. James L.
mand. Buyers from abroad dealers. ur others a jH-rifxl one rear. a beautiful gray, till they look like granite, Ownbey, Ownbey.
in h t'ue patch.Korember erg. belt mauucr aud with proraptne and are invited to examine our splendid assortment 9-On all shows, other than Circulcs or Equestrian shall lands be entitled entered tu under receive the the provisions same compensation of this act that for and mannscripts ol his coloring, warrantednot (his brother) Zach. Baker, Joshua Potts .iud I

before purclianing elsewhere. Exhibition'. a tux of fie dollars, and on nil Circuses any Peter Eller for
l. lSi:. 44 tf rxhibitinna. they are DOW entitled to receive when the same quantity to fade. passing counterfeit money,
GROVESTHEN A TRUSTOW, or Equestrian a tax of ten dollars laud is entered with half bepaid all of whom left he,e but be beard
of one to parts, can :
moueY. J
shall be levied and collected fur each exhibition, license But with all this, he is forever
a robbing
N. Y
01fan and other Pianos. 505 Broadway. adjoining St. Nicholas Hotel the the at the
by making application occasionally sknlkingabout their friends here*
to authorize: which must first be obtained from the person ,I ,
N. B. Premiums were awarded by the American somebody and an adroit fellow he is to be
and other half the issue of
the
BERRY & GORDON time of so doing, on and it is believed that
Institute to their Pianos five ill.buecclSin. Inteudant and countersigned by.the Treasurti, undera they spend their time Ifj
years the bom be issued A kidnapper a resurrectionist
certificate by to it sure.
the |>ers<>n may a petty
penalty of double the tax herein assessed. in travelling for tbe of
297 Broadway. February 18. 1854. 7 3m purpose eireoiatiog
That all entering
Piovid-dhweerrr, end
10-Upon all itinerant traders who shall! offer : persons thief, there is no to his depredations. A '
their funds. Their families
PUBLISHERS of Afasie and laud under the provisions of this act sl.l&lI. as near as had are still here .n-
beautiful child
goods, wares or merchandize for sale in th s City, lady op town, a ,just turned
JTT"T11 Dealer wholesale and retail in Piaut Public Auction. there shall be l levied and collected a tax of one hundred may I* practicable in making such entries be confined i of four. The mother was taking siesta der the care and management of their relative

MtuoJimiii *ni Music-Agent* for the Celebrated ..iuhan. : Valuable Land for Sal dollars; and a license so to sell shall first be obtained to each alternate quarter section and to land and the rascal stole the child and Armuchy Valley, (who act M their adminiterators llfi-

OranJ. and other Pins made by Ilallet, Davis Executrix and Executors of the late Mr. Hen i from the Inlendant a* af>>resaid. under a penalty subject to prixate entry at one dollar and twenty; five one day, or guardians in their absence,) aad
That nothing substituted in her stead belle of
interfere
t aU otlim. Great biriNin in this act shall be so ConstrUe ae to impair or sweet sixteen, whom doubtless somebodyelse
in New York Piano imj d. ,
Qnincy before the Court House dour, on the second ; caution the public to be their
an 1 tecond han ] Pian-n) and Mclodeiiu Music sup: Monday in April next, the following described tracts Sec 4. Le it further Orduinrd, That very Da- in any manner whatever with existing preemption -! was sighing for. He went into a beautiful on .ard, and J I"
Provided that the provi-ioiw of their best efforts to hay.
use
plied wholesale or retail at the lowe ra'e. nero before such in rights : futthrr the) villiana .
of laud situated in the county of Gudsdeii. tuerreotypi pursuing occupation this shall be construed to authorize the class garden the other night, and painted the I.r.
. rr Pwnoi 4 Gordon, sucwwor* tu T.S. B rry, 297 Broadway. On Flat Creek near the Apalachicola River. The city and every non-resident Dentist before pursuing this act provided so for in the as foregoing part of this glossy, green leaves all manner of brilliant brought to justice and put to work in tbe "
to let. North west quarter the West half of the South west his profession within the limit of this city, hall pay a of persons of Penitentiary. We publish this in ofdartbaS
I P. S. H. D. A Ca', iliac Piano have the latest tax of ten dollars aud obtain license from the luten- act who may not own one hundred and sixty acres colors ; some the deepest crimson' some yellow *
and the
South innocent
ballot the East of the be
quarter Lal to enter free of cost of the public lands adjoining men may not imposed .aaoa, bj
land any
and
improved voicing.November dant and some a poverty-sticken Witbn
North east quarter of Section 19 Township : Range ; upon failure or refusal *o to do, shall pay his her farm subject to entry at the minimum gray. them. -.
S, 1863. 44 ly and double the tux above aaaeswd. or either notice he dismantleda :
North West ( provocation or
6 containing 280 acres more or less. when added to what I
SKC. 5. Bf it furtfter Oidained Tliat all Ordinance price per acre, a quantity All papers friendly to patting down each .
On Crooked Creek the River. favorite
near Apalachicola now own be equal to one hundred and six rose.tree, plucked every leaf and
For Rent. or part Ordinance conflicting with the true in- they may rascals, will please .
The North-west West North-east copy.A
quarter. he she shall l cultivate the wholerapairtthereof scattered its the .
summer beauty over
provided or ground.Not
TnE Comer Brick Store recently occupied Ly East half of the N North-east quarter of -quar. tent and meaning of thia Ordinance, be and the same tv acres FKIXKD TO Hoincarr. -
U H. B",twick. Apply\ to Township 2 Range 6 North and 360 are hereby repealed. along ago, he picked the lock of a red _

._lJe.emboor !4.. IBM. ft) I}. I!. AMES acres more or less. Wetl'ntani Passed the Council and approved, this 1st day of heart-sbapedcasket,removed its real diamonds, Byron's MttrlrjtrJaj career "* ,
March. A. D.I 854.. History of the Ki.ouri Compromise. ,
and substituted therefore trinkets of
MILES .NASH & CO. Near the OckWkonee Ri.rr. The South quarter WILLIAM R. II AY WARD, Attendant.Attest Missouri applied for admission into .the knew palfry Byron's second proposal for his fcture wife
East balfofthe South "tlt quarter and tbe Exet half .. In 1320. paste ; ard nobody when, and nobody
Dealers Drugs, Medicine -O. W. IIiTCiiisfc, Clerk. The HO'J.e of Representatives passed a bill Miss Milbanke, was made under circumstances .
6tc., of the North East quaitr: ({ Section 26,and the West Uuun.. how.
tarch 4, 18,4. 0 within her limit guesses
a
4t as
WOULD Intorm their friend and that half of the South cast. quarter of Section 23, Township requiring her to abolish her shivery admission. The South in He dares to desecrate the habitations of I not by any means the most poet1 aJ. 4 -

hare o. 1tll1d a rood aunrtnEHf 2 Range 2 North and *A eat,containing 49 1 J acres more Administrator's Notice.A condition precedent to Northern The circumstances were asA follows :
it carried by the dead. informed he
arUcle as are generally' kept in ti '" lees. mail voted against the bPl[ ; wa Recently as we are ; I
and will be receiving regularly, t.\h r Ikw:: f eabua11; o In Leon LL persons having claims against the estate of vote. When the bill came to the Senate. Mr. entered Menoria, generally known as the person who bad for some'time stood

ihall be rcanabte.Taflahaisee. inppijterm. r Hons Wr county nt Tallahassee! before the Curt Lewis M.Saunders deceased late of Leon County Thomas of Illinois, moved to strike out tile clause requiring Cemetry of the Soul, and carried its high in confidence. remarking how cheerless ;
on the 3d Monday in April next, notified to them and inserted in lieu away
an are hereby present fur Missouri to abolish ala very,
l 9th. 1ES8. payment and unsettled
April 14 vided his mind and
half iuterekt cherished treasures of the loved and was
in all the fractions Lake prospects,
Nluntad on Imonia. within the time prescribed by law, rr this notice will thereof, tlie clause which prohibit slaverY North of past.
BEMISTKV.R. bhref the lands of Mr. Cottonand Charles be plead in bar of their recovery; and all persons indebted 36 deg. 30 min. in the Territories of- the United State Not content with this, he effaced, by some advised him to marry. This person was Lady

LEWIS cive notice to hi. te annean.m end of ha-j together Lake.with some 20 Islands in the Wes to said estate are requested to make immediate i The South voted fur tbe *ub Utute. not from choice process known only to himself manyof Melborne.She .

J friend and patrons that he has removed Terms Qf pale one third payment JOS. B. CHRISTIE, Adiu'r. but as preferable to the original bill, by a majority of tho inscriptions traced upon the tombs, by suggested to, him one lady, Lord Byron .
two cash, the M-we in one and March 18, 1654. 11 8w in the House of Representatives. In the language mentioned another and that .
his Office tn lila residence iu thebuilding years. two the fingers of affection, and there they were, other was
known a* tbe Wyatt House," adjoining die the rates of R rer ntl"1"r'"J.. bearing intern will*.b ntreuired Notice. of Mr. Stephen it wa alternative literally .forced by upon number the- blank and speechless marbles. Miss Milbanke. 'No."said Lady Melbora,
paid superior
dwelling of Dr. Taylor, where he may be fouud at all tti SIX months after date the undersigned administra South and, al in a disagreeable this way (the line of S6 deg. 80 min.)went Why, ony! the other day, he stole the coloring '"Miss Milbanke wi.l not suit yoo. ,Ia the
time to thote who need !Mil MARThA *.
prepared serve may eer- GEE w of the estate of John G. Bawls deceased, late other law by a first place she has no fortune
book. a* pawed from the cheek of till it now and
vie *. Hi terms will be Cub or when called for.Any R CALL ..xetutnL will upon the statute any Beauty grew yon
K of Gadsden her final
County. present account and neither cornpimise. -
reference can be given if riecery. March I. DcrOXT' } Executor.. vouchers to the Judge of Probate of said County, and majority of vote It wa, therefore: but, tbe first a of a pale as ashes and so dexterously was it done, want money immediately. In the next place
N. B. Gold Plate cut to for DeutieU &ndIsot 4.,18M. a contract nor a compact that dreamed that you want a person will have
pattern ask to be discharged. ELIZABETH RAWLS. which ba been inflicted upon the all Beauty never she was robbed a,great &
by mail at $1.03 eta. dwt March 18, 18 t. 11 6m Administratrix.N.tiee. series of wrong South by the grasping avaricious and fanatical at all. miration for your genius ; and ah*,.haa too
J lDber J 0. 1851. 48 Len County lion endnring
WorkM an admiration of her "
North by the mere force of number Henry Clay A mariner returned yesterday from the Island great own. -

LOOKING GLASSES EsUblishment TALLAUA is SEE FLORIDA Monday, the 17th day of April next at Madi was not the author of it. of Missouri of the Sea. Years ago, he left a young "Well." Sal I Lord Byron;,"'you'rfeaia.*

RbnAL-Tbe old -.Lli led Loeldna'JUN THIS will b now to|in with full pSSSl All ON I will apply to the Hon. J. Wayle Baker. Under the act of which 1820 contained the people a clause author- and blushing bride, and he found-.what do And setting down he ,wrote latter to the lady -

: Ware Hover or RICHARDS f all work done atdf and dMpb Pt and Judge of the Circuit Court for the Middle Circuit of framed a constitution to law prohibiting' the emigration you think t-.1 care-worn weeping woman in recommended by Lady MeJbonw. -II* iceeived -
A. i* removed from 88 Courtlandt All kinds of work ueat. Florida for authority to sell the following real estate ising the Legislature pas aheIpil1lLpp1ied refusal Now **
atlee to a steam Work Mill off, negroes into the StAtt' la 1821: her, stead And so,.this fellow has gone 0:1 a yo see, aaW .Lore
10*CBAwtaa SIUEET.(corotr Church.)one Gin Sugar Mill Circular Work, of Audr"w E. Patterson a minor, to-wit: the Union CongressrefusedT "that afLeraI! Mtsa
Geinng. Saw Byron Milbanke
"*" from Brod f r admission into in, his lawless nnd unaccountable career. i is :**
Maebiiiery The East
York, when will be found, Shifting, Pulleys, Hanger, half of North-east quarter of Section eigh- she would first repeal '
taYN"w unless |
admission I will her.
: write
AI nuaJ Bra htt' ain beware of hi His ; to
a P of Plain and Orna- Carting, At; also. Sugar PJolgl CA.tn., teen. ; Township one, Range nine North and EAL free Then it wa that Mr. A we say n. rval person .

&s Ihllt&I- ok'> Ohtt e.Portrait and Picture Fraulea.wolt oomUntly i* bd AU work dou ID such ,ire'Mtar kept JOHN H. PATTERSON, the dOuse offered about hi* "eomP'umi.M uegroes. which was that Mianri name is Time.-N. Y. Tribune. He wrote to ;'her on the moment, tr.nc sc
u March
ia la trade funjibad with every Tariety ofF lishmeot will by us, with a particular regard 11.1854. 4t 10 Natural Guardian. .Clay, honld be admitted iuto the Union upon the conHitiun soon -as be bad finished his friend"rrtnon* -.,:

41 br nary cmpMitmn i.. 1864.state at reduced rate*. t the strength'and durability of the work. Notice. that ibe free negro clauwjabould "uever be whirhAn1 construed The Siamese Twin ting against his i, choice, took up the !let:?.* )!/ a-

--- 7 Sm Competent Workmen always iu readiness t put up THE undersigned, administrator on tbe estate of to autlwrWe the passage of any In' by shall Tlie North Caro'ha Patriot gives the following on rl"ading1C'onr observed : "

Notice: Engines, Ac. S. Wilcox, deceased, late of Leon County eitizun of either of the State in this Union! account of the habits and Well really this is a a
Terms* will be liberal, and all work done strictly give* itotioe to all demands excluded from the enjoyment of the privileges tlf present pursniti Tery prettrl--!? *'r*
TIlt UD.tr i.1'td *vingentaied the fo persons having against ba under the of these wonderful twins : ** is a pity! it should not I rir .
I'M'ict't of cash, or accepted orders on some firm in this Mid estate, to present them within the time ImaiunitiV, to wliich such citizen i it entitled .go. never1 ,
-sampet.nt Tutor b'I' ebfl4ren.il .ming to re place. Liberal price paid for bule, Conner and by law, or this notice will be pleaded in bar prescribed of their restitution of the United SUtea" Missouri assented Mr. Eng has six, and Mr. Chng five children prettier one." 'S L

..:1 1or, 101'1'PIaP"the term', (m&0 ten..d.OD.1.ma1e. ) to board. BTMA: recovery; and all those indebted are requested to to thia eoodition and wee ..tmit d. This wa tata-aod a oouibetween" nil of whom nr apt .rhourand! remarkably "Then it shall 1 g-," said Lord Byran- .s-*.

A pri1 ilL Pot further put eqmmeD 1'1'iQ I AU letter must be addrmed (peat paid) to make payment immediately pact Missouri and oeiebraUd the United Missouri., compro- .wYtt! behaved. MeaJrs Chanij n.IEng in so sajriog, sealed and Boot cff on to1'x i'i= .
hiwr J. M. SHINE CO.. TmflahiiMce JAKES BATIFIELD Adn tbil01111 this U the jt
Goog Fit. trator. alike tbii
: Jfi, leN ''HAIEES. March II, 186'10' 1 March 11, 18r.-1. 10'- 6w .._M""uu 77mt' trj remarkable: for their, industry & stan Bat of fate. ..- .

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t : Death of Governor UuVal. .Arrival cfthoTLe
vott* w re recorded in the nt-gnllv, Of horn BeanlicB.We. JeffersonjDotton Factpry.We .
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'ounia tthe rtltwprising Atss' ;;oo cf the Circuit Co.irt .f MIJ&Ife! Ft.'riii* Lw
; inibian TWENTY-SEVEN wiaa: NoEnirax DCM HAIS cull the folkiwing choice boquet from tbeWa are undtr oblation? agent *
S. Stinai E for heItIst Tallalasiwe. on Fri;Uy, tbe 21tli ilorcb, loS t' TJ. S.6J mai1.t,*
thus bboving that through want of hnrmtny, among Lnut: >n currcspondtuce of the Hew York Tti- oHLe, Jefferson Cotton Fuctory q which
erpool, sb
occurred pIas left
innnufdCtnredin the factory the f-jllowing proceedings : s8th
6oitbera'incmbers.r through criminal tnuttentiou to $nme specimens of yarn, Ac, iii?.

TALLAHASRKK : the Interests of their section, an Immense tulvnntngi* luntDr.. IVuglns pontinuMi to be full of Nebraska HeluK'evriy near IfontScttlHi .Wo trust. ur friend will excise '. TLe'Hon. li .A.TlK>mpflon, a member of tb* Bir. Tb. sales rut Cotton for tL j.ss

: niiiii in time Huuseiif Upr 'CftitnUvfs mnrketl us for publw&ing the klteraccompanying LU pre enl.It rose and nnu-lnnceil to the Court th3 recent destb of iieg, rjf which specnlstp 4eieh
b been the North
aIDrday April 1, 1851.! *<> s gained by on a quecten's1eetintr* and irninU'tpil.! amid l fntnly Wlievcs time bUt will K" coHtain iimV'pniiited Lints.-wLi,we- cannot with; WILI.I\ P.5ThjVtmite! a Judge and ( Governor :. Fair Orlcsnm.6 ;
the quality of the Southern States Vilh tli otbcrmemlxTs through by nd h ri-itr nmj"iity. )Hf feds'thflt if it ; Mi-MIinp. C{. The d.m.
: -: --- of the ronfjderacy., Ibid the Southern mem- tUn.1* pLe makes n great stiike i nnd that Lis foit t lines Lold. We agree with Lhi that it i ie a matter of stirprise Fluridd, acid l moved that, for respect to tlje memory the market closed t mlj.Ruwi .

;TERMS,-Tlwc* Dollar rr annum h t paid lu here nil l rtn at their port:, the eight donjrh-faces are n.ndo ; but tLut if it/a.7x. Lc sinks never to TiC that tuch apathy" exists'iathU vicinity am ug of the deceased, the Court acjourn? to afford the membrs has proleibite4 the oapt

advance; 18 60 il paid within tix months ,rtie time Could ) avc been rpnri'd, and tl.rre) wi tiLl! still bnve 9pun. iSiiniliT SfiitiiiM'iits me entcrtainc'd by the those who Lave the ability to engage in this sort e.f of the Bar the opportunity to takesuitable mens- her p..rts.aml this bad caimud a,
.r3? of s'lbkribtdgaad 4 QOAtlb d t3T thc yfwt Advertisements Prftidei.t. upeibuinnn effort* will -thrrel-re be business arcs on the eccnioi. to wLicb request lila Honor the Breiciathifa I 'wLkFdTeere1cmYfftim
, :. On Dollar per square of 12 lines for first been Tritrs enough left to defrat Cut I ins; invi.linr.s imiie t<> put tin niPsisuritLronih (he Hn.inp.J't depresat i n. Baltimore! srJ ltm izi;
' absented.
I : na.! fifty Oeati for'nH nbcqnent ;inirrtions. Anti more. With the nid of.the C7 noble Dcnv-crnts front r Cents n : The leading Tennessee Whifi*. Hunt MO.NTICCLLO, March 14, 1E34. Judge promptly Corn bad aclraiw.I ed : Y.tow4s) ,
wl if Lor.i i.uia. and Old B.illiu, are ready and iip for C. E. DIKE Whereupon a meeting of the Bar was at once convened At London Sice bad leclb din
:! < un<* ia4bts of caudidMekf Five Dolinrfc ,a'ira.vf I tie frt-e Stnti-P those should LaviIKHII) HiO v'the.rt > Esq- "< 3jj;
ious Obituarcau1Mnr.I .1 powitful: on *lr.tjLtnnd on time bill.! John IM1 Col lorn the Hon. Thou. liandaH being called to the lisa .leniand. 5
I Io b* pi ring Notiev not cxetvtliug 1C linos will be published E'heiiiljjc mire among the noblest specimens ejf a At Manchester, trade was dulL Cc.ii
chair
and D. P. -
I and bobbin of work Hogue beicg appointed Secretary.On
promimnl a j
. .I tfnit& QT o ecrSfioatet af the" publication of es But regros arc useless.- The bill is in Committee of genuine manbiHid. They can never l be f..rgottcfl.1 .- yarn you. uiy own 92Jltflf.V( S

; tate or legal .uotieet of Any description will be given time Wl.ole, xihere it will l be diictis cd and the jmllieinind 1 llui.t 1 of Louisiana, i i' in no respect behind. 0<>v. made this morning which, for want of a better i amjile m"tim'n. a Committee counting of Medicua A.Long. Du-kson and Co. of Glaeow, )ma,

\iotll th. adrerttsing fee IB paid. }Itt( the I pportmiiiy of becomin; Mill wto >;:- .lone wil'' Mnit'l zmitmm't r.lot.c ii Tci I iU"iee. He was at hand, I send ycu, only obecrving to critics that 14. A. Tliompson and Ja.s. T. Archer, Esquires was HnbilitiVs will reach one mill .n sterfinr '.-

: .- cited than it now i is. TlJs vote, howrvrr, Las termdl l the tirft sillv pigeon to flv under' the defeated.net. He de- it was made from n very iufei ior ia nple of Cottn.I then appointed by the Chuirinnn to draft and present The. Pacific left Liverpool at noon cis'W
Mr. Benton MVS the bill wi'.l be Tb Africa and America arrived
t .:t Ientons Thirty, Yean in the Senate. to cdifirm our Lopes of the ultimate triumph of the c'.ares'! be d loi-' not know how, b'it that it w ill be Le | am surprised at the apathy of your Tallalmsvec.ipitali.bi appropriate resolutions to an adjourned meeting of the The wnrA.Im.ral question was wholly ant on

1: .1 .nh. r!a
Appropriate column-of ,tb': day's Fluiid'an of S'iialor South will carry it despite nil opposition, and the in- d-es tiiumph. lie will ypcak, but he says he rfwllnot at leapt so fur as making yarns and coarse goods rnirhce There Wn4 utLftm :nnbrrr
sold altogether *p.-ak out of order nor over his time. He wants for borne The fact that it can be dene TALi.Ant sEn CrnT ITorsr, ) from the fleets. The Greek insorrectico
Bi-ntnn' great work. Tie.Book is to IHJ (3ientK-n Votild recRi to be certain that theae \ .t.-s time consumption. .
but an hour, Le my8, t destroy it before people March 2Mb. 1854. qurhied.
by Mibseripthin. at ?2.60, payable on
;i' *ry. Tln*o hoTyii>hto subscribe, can 'leave their ;m'v' he will kill the bill and write its epitnph. 'ie8ir ; under the most unfavorable circumstances ; and possessing of time Bar met pursuant to adjournment ;' 'e(1 to double the In.me amj Exchequer time Las

pariies at tbu; office, and they toll be sent forth witb Wm-1- Duval.We ," in nis own language, the bill will be fe-nt to as you do at TallaLassce, the requisites wLereupon. time said Committee presented to ister of Fiannee a loan of two bundr,1 Frrn4 iniIiior l

$ti4 to the sobjigfnts t* Georgia and FloiHa, MOSMS.Jobti bilofiV nniHiunced the dentb of Gov. DO-AI. in li "11. Sir, and its authors will be sent there the with it. of healthy location, convenient wood an.! tcalir i ia the the meeting the following Report and Resolutions, franca, to defray time expenee, of the war y
Sir Of its author Le < pro- .
principal xprecs.-s
':?:t M. Cooper .t Ca Savannah We will also deliver our hict. He died Washington on the morning of funniest contempt Sir," paid be. the meanest piney woodn below your city, and superior advantages which were unanimously adopted, andbe-ing thereafter in a d.mv ,r CrrV two. There( ,mWSPAIN has would been sail for the IIa1 ,

tV tbtir'copie to (bern from tLis tfllce when issued the 1'Jtb, after an illncM of aK-ut one month. On receiving jima!) in the ronutrv, is a poor white man who marries in busiue-s facilities and transportation, I can only submitted to the Judge in open Court, were bj him I tks wijli the operatives at Fretomi.been more

th< tad hmtt1ligc nee. the bar of this city (the i womaiijWiih nipgeii lie is not allowed to r.uwe-i-CouitHoUHGietn say I am urpticd you have not cn.buiked in it.- promptly sanctioned and approved. It Wa, reported thst Ynmnea asl England

-a- Ciicnit Court being then in ficseion.) met and pn edrocolutioiis ate with gentlemen, Sir. He is hooted nothing off to the do with It i. not as frightful a business ns many; ir.nmne, or Report and Resolutions- prevent anynuTment in I.ly. wci4
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Sir.e having There
,
! New Shingle Iio'ine. which will be fnutiil in another cohiu'ii. no him, Sir." its prospcntiou nlten.lp.1 with as many difficulties, and The memlr of the Bar e.f Middle Honda, in attendance b twesn tn.Thndmnd were agte rnmor of astnn'ling

:1 Sec advertisement ju another column of '. P. will also the j prucet-dings of Florida Royal Arch Chapter I>:irir f editions of the debate on the famous NeW if prudently managed, its'tum-s* i* cei fain. Nor is it upon the present Sf ?ion of the Circuit Court, I'lm Mimm'ter wonimi] probably. be 51ai0.recalled an4 that front time

; .. Sla\all, from w bom Mr. James L. Column, of Augusta No. 1.Governor. Enjrhui'l clergy petition are Ix-imf pnblisbfd for dn- w> frightful in it# magnitude a* to deter half a dozen in Tallaha,?e .'. Lave learned with profound sorrow the Mr. Sonic wa in high favor with the Qiueo. 1be-

. Ga,' lias pui cbaWd the right *T disposing of DI-VAL waa a native of Virginia, but inenily liit.ntu.n.to 1h.-wl v will i muniber be fumUbcd of the to New any England erne em apiiriti..n or- I planters even from investing gufiioient to ctart the recent death in Washington city, tLe IIox. WILLIAM ourrcction IV had l been suppressed.
latest London
. 1'; those Ma&iues iu Florida, E ist of tlie ApalacLiovlall lire he emigrated to Kentucky, and located at New York any elclegations. bu.-ine 3 L.indsomdy. Fifty, or nt the extent, sixty P. DrVat, lately their oldest professional Associate.If that Kalif.it Lad been cnptnre.I Herald by(Wednesday llieth Baqj)

*ill be among us"shortly to tell County rights, or I3irm.-t'cvn. whtie Le studied Inw amid entered oil t1.e This abolition writer, remarks the Richmond /*". thousand dollars, wi'l.bnild and equip n Mill of 2,500ipiudlis the |Ki5sebsi .n, in r.n eruincnt degree of many of <' garrison massacred. but this stt-ry was eca

. tiiake arruge.me w itli persons to work the Machine practice of his jTof i-fLn. In 1 SI 2, Le was clcttidmembtr yii'nrr was eoirect in his pr< 'iicti.n. The -eonl and IOu looms. These will produce CCOO those charactcrihtics best calculated to in.-pire adn.iration ttd. and is without foundation.

on joint account. The Editor tyf the Augusta ('hronic t<> Congress fruin the J'nnJst.iwn district, nn.l >bows that those model Whigs, Culloin and Eiheiidgc yards Cknjibiirg* per day, l.SGo.f.OU yards pi-rannum, and regard-a warm heart a liberal hand Auatiia was still waverinjf. She Lad pnblj

. 4 /*Js Smlintl snyeWe 'eitd r.s EiH-li duiing lie ScFgems of I 181S-'ll. 1 1I Ic of Tennessee, and 1 Hunt of Louisiana voted in favor consuming 7f 0,0"0 pounds ci.tNm.or 1,500 b-lcs of "opm ns day to m'.lting charity." A cocrteous and (manifesto.znr' had,sent which a new was proposition wnsurered noo-commJU4 for toTwTiiiml

take* pleasure in calling the attention of the 8F an UfUl and infliieutinl member, tufrtaiiiing the of consigning the l ill to the deep cavern c>f the COM- I rOm pounds eac-h. Such a Mill, with cotton and ena- I nffable dfmeanor. a Lopitaify! as free as sunlight r tf tlione which had bern already peace rejectei *

to public ell to a ucw the Kdvertisrtiimt Shingle Muchiu of T. W P.*Stovull have ,teen ejJTeriip the \viir with all the strength of H warm nnd rnthui.iMi; I mittee of the Whulo. All Vir.jii-iais: the SoutL burgs at prCM-nt prices, will clear its capital certainly a buiidIes and inimitable humor a clear, well! l'rnssia line! not yet ileifanl her poeitioo.. brf*.

:,: machine; in operation, nd think it is the pcrf-ction ola mind. After the cei-Mm of Florida, Le received from with very few eicepliciis, and sevcial gallant Noithem -. ii: three if not in two years and I can only add I am stored anj ready niin.J!, and a copious and eloquent fleets i ad rpirct sLould l tie lie excluded proposition from of the Czar that the iHirf.

Shingle Machine. It in very vimple. apparently quite lV< sidont31oiw,5nlS22theiipp.i5ntmcijtofGov mind Western Democrats voting on the other side. : suiprised your people do ni.t embark in it at once. I spu-ceim-if all these united to commend the Deceased Tl.e Ei.g1i> Courier with time the Prussian porti

.-I. Juratl*. stud does its work'lhoioughiy. It lives and nf the Tvi litorj', and was f-nbstqneiilly rc-iippoHilcd )byPietiJ We jet tzut to see the bill drawn from its LiJmg Yours iu haste, to our personal respect and fricnJhLIp, it of the I-rincipalities, was snmmoos on his forttaVTttcnatiiiii to Si.
ibjvvcs-fiora 1 jl>0 to 2, : nts Aduni9 and JjKkwm. His ofilcLd in SAM. STEVENS.
nets It
.
.1im emo<>tLly from butt to pt>lut place and becuuic a law. Mr. Cutting certainly pursued may as truly Ix paid, that Le held even stronger j trsburg.CosTANTxorT

the TiTiitcny wfic eittiefnctoiy to the authorities t<' n moht extraordmary niodeof thowingIfaj'rlmdtlrp Time receipt of this specimen of Jefferson ei.terpri-ip. flairn upon time citizens of Florida, on the score of'sultantial t. -K25..-PeriaHe remains nesl.

:: Contract for the City School House- \\bom he v as rcrponsihlo, n* well as to the people for iLc bill and for the great principle on which Rives the occasion to insert the subjoined communication I puMie fervice.Govenior had Afiglmns fled to IVkara.Lad attacked and dnnimoned the Khan the of Kl.tfa.neTgbboth'wI*

i According to published advertisement, the) pivponxl over vLom Le rrebMed.] In 1S-J8 he was noniinutfdtor : it i< L r-fd. which was received some weeks back from an DL\'AL was one <-f the first judicial Magistrates nations to Egit nijaiiMt Russia.

for crect'.ng the School Suilding were opened on Cnugrffs by his den ic cut tic fJIow citizens, md i in, I The Now York Trilune of Wednr diiy, wlilere-: tsteeuied friend, now in another fiction of the State : np.int ;iii WMa under the authority of] Tlip U.S. .Minister to Constantinople lad presented
I 1S-10. Lc removed to and settled in A ustim fexas. his credential
1 Monday lant, at a meeting of the IntcnJant 1nd Coun : ii) ;j joining e vir time rc'tilt, mv.. that the snake i kI sM tehd DK.VH Sir. :-Your remarks in a late number of the UniU-d States. As early as 1322 he was ap-j Tlie Pacific had of her
hih State Le was a ciiixtn nt the time ( f l.is death] one engines disabled during
cvIen. Offer* w ere n.ade by four bidder The con I <- nnd net killed," end it cnvokcs tln people of tLeNoitli your journal iu regard to the improvements in Aladison pointed her first Governor uuder the act of Con the! voyage, and came into port with only one wortHC.

ji': tract, however, was finally nwardvd to Ciipt Shine and where most of Lii children now icside. Shine I to agitate ro that, after nne rnoblh of effort ; have prompted me to give you a brief sketch of : gre 3 erecting the t two Floridas into a Territoi-v ) : Her intelliKencc was received by tie tel. rapk e

fir the Britk \Voik and" Plastering, at fSSSS, nnd nioirhs back piofeFaional but-inc carried him to the tiiun'pi'! v\ill be (Mmfllete"} It ulo! array* with I what I saw in Montfrcllo on a recent visit to that vii i and in the crUis of her LI-UTV RS a frontier depency ftom wharf.Sandy Hook two hours before her arrival at the- ;
Washington.Lcre it w time will of Prxivid.-Jiee that
I. as
the/ '* Wuik and Painting wns given to tatistaction the fact that Messrs. Callom with and warlike tribes of''
Crpnter : great lugg i l btgc. My stay was for a few hours only and of course I swarming poweful
L-w- LisijJiital ocretrthould) triii.hii-.tr. ile di -diiwi\
\V. Boweu, at $2537-these gentle-men being the and rthfiidge! of Tenne. see, with Franklin, of Mary- i my observations were confined to tlu nif'St stiikh"t i savage, Lis extraordinary influence over them, ADDITIONAL BY THE PACIHC.Niw
d.llsis. Tli united fior-i I Lume, jtt not ainoiir( etmngt-is t I P-r Li* n.oinfiiti t > t n
et t bidders by srVtml hundred l.ind. Hunt of I/.ui-ima: an.l i'uvrr, e.f Yom ib C.iroli evidences of the lilicrahty nnd n fined public spirit of combined witb his tact and energy,were often instrumental YORK, March !$.
we e to ithi :: )Lids uuile the eo4 cfthe Building 0.172. CoiifiJtj'ing .t fik-ndu fi-iun by u.i-all WLigs-with ijlHiitou of Kentuky, D--ni' crat.'mil : its citizens. Several years Lad flapped ince I List in tLe. preservation of peace. To the difficult Time Czar la" i sued R mnnifesto dated Feb/fltk

its .izc-CO by 40-and' the mai.iur in l.ub >? among c-Jii/.i-n* und the Nati'n's Ilcprpsentativts Beiitou 4.f Mi.i-ouri. voted for the icofol n was there. It va then dotted with but few Iralmr&mvenie.mita a-.k of maintaining amicable relations between S in nl-.ich he "en'uuccs the action of France and fa*.
;

to b<; finiJic.1, this price, is i vciy nn.dt-rutc. Wl.cu who surn-uaJcd his dji U-d. Afii i procrsc. Tie Tnlitnir futther rejoices in the si. nitieunt -( of character. There antagonistic races with interests often confl cting-. land in sending fleets info the Black Sew. Hews
I tiiduiing Lie illness without complaint Lc met death any was a CourtHouse such: n cocr'e on their pnrt. is crntranr to sl! usut'4civilized
couiplctrd, it will be the l.aad*oiurtt edifice ia the i calmly an.l! rongnedly. fuCt that, while* 27 Noiil.ein IVnifcrats voted I n jail, tavern and gr .g tliop ; on-* Church and Le was peculiarly fortunate in gaining the full confidence na'if-ps. end charges them with siding with

% 5 J' city. : with the South not e-ne Not \VLis" Voted : the building! of another in ruins ; a building intended cf Loth, and sometimes his interference was the er.rmies of Christianity against tie orthodox Mk

; T1.e site for the EulJing.! as we hate before rr Like -uc that draws the_ drapery of his couch about on the faue eide. The 27 Nortlnni Democrats f-r an academy, (of diminutive dinKiii .) which, characterized by such courage and address as to In view (,[ the existing state t>f tLiogs, he tununoM
him, : all Russia to nrm) .
r' marke-d, is (*o the College Lots WEt cf Monroe Street j And lie down to pleasabt drenn.e. j thtw voting, arc from tie [uilow ing States: Maine 1 however was mr.-ly used for that purpose. In the shed lustre and distinction upon an official career the 7th of Fbrnsry.two colnrcrs pf tlie Rnwisn SOn

It is designed to fi.l: .*e the grounds in the frtn (.; New 1 HibUini Conwtiout 1 Tntcr''hl marked devotion to the general welfare of the
Peace to his nhcF 1 ] Hampshire ( ;) ( mercantile line, there were three suiall retail drv i by army Lad a severe rencontre with one another in tb.

K, circle, the Building to be as near the centre BF ;) New Yoik 1, (Mike \Vn-li ;) .ntH\lvani.i goods an-1! gr.. cry store?. Tlie same village! contains j jut Territory, (dark erch rni.-fflkirg the oilier for Tcrks. Several

...; circumstances will udoxr, leaving epare fr wide Volunteer Rifle Company. 8.3 (Dawsou. Flctence Glancy J.nwj>, Kuitz, M..N4ir, present four Churches. These i\rr< are assured that they express hundred were killed.

street* onilLcr tide, or around the w bole square.l' .- In dn\s I'.ngugo.vLur-Li.riKl war'wum* the order of : Pa-ktr, R..bbin3, HondiickB., Wri-Lt ;) Ohio 4, (Dij ftrc-hitceturnl licauty. There H an Academy also, not nn>r'* their own, than the feelings of the citizens Later from Havana.

Thus while Clinton Street will:i be enclosed, two thorpughfkres Lmi'aitv.! Old Imli.mu: 4 .1. C'. D.i- of the in the unanimous addptiou of the follow*
piocedure, Ti.WuhiifKfc boasted her Giai; : /' au.d L.-r [Icy, : *. Sl.ai.r.on-j ( lit\ lug a nwlo ami! A-male department, which will'well State CHARLESTON, March (S.

; w ;ill be substituted in n circular ft>>in, both (iru\," hut ef late years the |x mp and jKinide. the i V j4. Liiglish, Hi-ndikks, Sinith Mill -r;) Illinois, S compare with armsiiiIar institution in the South. ing rcaolutu: The Stesrrslifp Isabel Las arrived from Hariot,

;; J ading from Cliutou Sticet Mid joining njrain we-ot c.itbe 1 rolling diTjn and 4t (!piercing fif j" Live vu.MiVJ '_ (James Allen, Willis Allen, RiehnrilKob ;) Michigan 1* Tlie Luililiii* ia large and handsomely finished and! in i ijMiint 1st That tl.ey deeply sympathize with the afHictcd with date to the 22d.

. l grounds, and entering the Quincy road at the termination from our streets. hunk*, however, to a number olfpiiitcd (Clark ;) lowal, (Ilenn ;) California 2, (I.atham.Mc! r.f eiteiit'anJ imposing! exterior, resembles rath-i family and relatives of the deceased and, in submission The the! Con 18th"ignee* r'fthe Bln'fc "Warrior wer* notifw-l
that the 15th decision
limits in that direction. Thsse on on ,a r>ad bm
. of the city( young mine ProviJenee, unite wiHi them iu deplo. made to deliver the eel, upon tine of 16,000,*tl*

I. streets are to be ornamented with shade trees -u both corps. A Rule Company has be.-u faimed,nuinbc-rir.j. i iWashington TLc large Dry Guods Stores of Devluc, DfiiLam ring a public a well as a private affliction.2d. government paj lug expense of di Iiarginp.but t5Cormi .

f,des, nJid in tbat w ny midi-ring them a delightful Th(! Very Iist CICIIICIIN f.clirr. That the members of this Bar will the r.ees to rel >ad Ler. The Consigni-es, fcowerrr.
:L we understand,koine 40 od.l uaiucs, ratik and Jie.! The 1'almer t Williams. Budd, Marvin, Beard, awl otlit r wear usual
has l lefl not little exi-itc f. f. refund to receive lur. The vessel said
' We can conceive of nn improvement a 'r ity- u to le muck
4 promenade. ii1'wing! pentkrr.cn hat been tlecUd i/Dicvrf : i friii.-im: imi.i-pithhs! evidence not only of the progreve *- hade nmtrniiM ; for thirty days.Sd. tlamngetl. *""
thi to be. or which will tiLt b-iuis over a K-ttT written by 1-Ix Senator Cle- ,
more deur blc than promises G. T. Maxwell, Captain, cjirit j of tint pla-o but of the wealth and Lberality That His Honor, the PresidiniJudg be requested The BritM war steamer Devastation. Lad arriveH- it

.. contribute io much to otnamcut the city, and we nreI A. P. Auibk, 1st IJeutenant, i uieii", uf Alabanin, to the editor of tl.< Huiitsuile A1- of ti.-! H'lj-'iDing fuutry. iTLe tofliiect thee proceedings te be entered of Havana, bringing Sir Charles Gray, ex-Governor iJamnvn. /
I the abxir.'i AJrvruie, herein that gtntlei.iju su.s- j .
p I; very sure tlmt if those of our citizens who oppeise J. B. Oalbraitli, 2 J d\ j jnivati r' Meiwea are generally neat and corn- record and that the several Newspapers of the State
the lots referred to would tnko a wnlk 'I hit a A w days ciuce. in fsnvrisnti'i u wills a The U. S. corvette Albany, arrived *n ll JtA,
location on Robc-itll. Hull.2d 1o. ; No.tl.etn S"i jdor ami i.ijrp lf, i> ( I l'i<-Biil( nt iVrw; firfjiLlf (l\v lliii i. all lK-irmg time u imj>rr's of taste be requested to puLlish thsaine.4tL. Oen. Crte has been npp .iiitedGovenx'rof Xtatsarm. -

some pleneant evening to the elevated point e-n which j John R. Lloyd, Orderly Sergeant, : cave it nn Lis di.ed] opir.i.-iithiit l 1).uIa' bill wi.< apr..s".i and refim-me-M,** amid pcvtraldthcmoriiamcrite-d) with j That the chairman of this m etin- be requested vu-p Gem,i. Ilou'tr. appointed commandant of las

: : th Bonding is to be erected, they would be so tuken Philip T. Pimp, Cd lo. i'-Il in favor ( f Is eedim'-amut added that if flower ;'arilt'i. and sLrubbry which for varitv amid to trantn.it copies of thee proceedings to the Contra Villa.
file it to and oimuld atli! might! ab-< 'ib the whole 't The mnrkits were animated, and the snipping tact
L' with the beauty of the as to prefer any John F. Brof-iue, d do. it paas, <'iijli w < beamy can find a rival emily in this our land of flowr family and friends of the Deceased. iibuudant.
., another Slave State would
fMeiico. not cer conic
he fin order weTO
, all others that might designated. RANDALL Chairman.
Council A. Bryan, 4th d.>. into the Union. II pxpre-e-l irreat etn prise at th
f;!: ne that the torn resolve itfelf into a Committee cf Hugh Archer, jr., let Curj ;ruLI opposition it m. t with from tIe North, and equal aur1 In regard t" moral in.provement.it affords me heartfelt D. P. Hor.rc, S-'crtiary. The Bearer of D? patebes fur Minister Sool ,

tbe Whole proceed, in n body to the aee and then tli iil.l.I uillir it. I S who left \Va 17th mstant.
p ). B. Maxwell, 2d do.W. piie 1 that the South be to take pleasure to remark that I was informed there was >hington on Friday logo
1jx. Tele ft Tcls en tlie spot. Who ureonds the motion! t! it'reed l with )him fully, and could not help ucurrir.gj note shop m the village nor did I during Tribute of Eespect. out in the steamer, was Warren Wioalow &j, ef
E. Danelly, 3d do. grog ; my
l which the Gtcrks clfrcU'il the de-
j tt> thi- stratagem by At n regular meeting of Florida R yal Arch Cliapter. North Carolina.
J. P. CiicLlow, 4th do. I ctruotioa of Troy." stay there, although there was n gathering of thePI'e
! t Delegate* io tin Coiau orcialConvrnlioii. No. 1, in the city of Tallahassee, on Saturday. S
The company iced at the Couit House thi* even.injr j Sueb an understanding of the words of President f..r some public occasion,see airy person drunk, Thomas Brown, offered the ful- Correspondence of the Baltimore Sun.
; March Cimpruii.ii
; A enrnwnrJcation from the Cunmitlee in ClmVstnn tt li&lfpaet seven o'cWk. Pcrpuua winLiug t-j i Pieice is, of course, Eiifliciput t<> cxjil.iin! the excite- or under the influence of alcohol. low in preamble and resolutions, which were unani WASHIXGTO:*, March SO, 1854.

bang bera laid befoie th City Council nt its Jew are tequcstcd to report tbemsdvea. ) meat on the subject of this letter, which boa existed But that which most attracted mi attention was ; It iI known that this Government La made *fa
I the Cotton P'acfor ,. To who hn* breathed mously adopted :
!
8IMIVO one rarely mat demand Spain for the establishment otio.
rnectlng Monday evening Iat, Lis Honor.tbe M.iy- I hero, as explained. of the death of upon
. DEATH or Miss Wi I-TIOIT.-This lady, n Jaujrl.tei of Now, it is known around the city, in political cir : a Northern atmosphere, and who has: not for ti'' H7'rra the melancholy intelligence executive power ia Cuba whereby questions arisof m
the nd\irp of tbc'inembcrs present, apfointed i WILLIAM P. DcVAL. has been received
m, by Companion between the United States and the authorities of Otba -
the IL'ii. James 1). \Vt -tt-ott Snati la t fifte eroscd the of 32 North this
formerly u Of titat Cnl. Clemens. cttvi the a > <;ii years parallel ,
the fiillowinj gentlemen, t represent Tallabn% cc m rlcs _% day, Convention wbicb meets in Charleston the 10th the Uuitml Stf.lcs from Florida, werezrdto lean, \1u\v .-\trnct fix-la Lis letter, tu Mr. Davis in other :. was n subject of deep interest. The worthy Agent I on Saturday the 18th insL And whereas, Companion the Home Government. A mere opening of a diplomatic

MjstLf WafliJTiftm Ui-ivin. lost, vizt John George Anderson, E>q.. Major Hubr.rd DrVAL, was for a disiinguwlied!
many years
L j c.ittrdiy lit the Natiur Hotel. She was a lie warranted 1i what Le meant to me to join him in a rile to the Factory. It la i heated though not now allowed would be of DO benefit to
1'.J.., Hayweird, Ct-1. R. H. Berry, Col. B. F. Wbitu, i iCol. | y iprtg, promptly citizen of this State, and filled important public positions either party,if the decision of the question is to I*
... hdy of rare aecompli'bmcntfr, aged about twentj about half a mile east of the village, and by the in-
.t U W. WiUiame! and Henry L. Rut-en. l>q.- : i addrc-fMrd to the President a note, ia winch he remarked -: io Florida as the first United States Judge, referred to the government at Madrid. Tin is ft*
vcsrf, r.nd was ill atbout two weeks.-!:uianni.ltJa that Lu d.d not pretend iu his letter to Mr. tervcninjj woodland is concealed from view until you point and not the Black Warrior case, whirl a
.j.. It is to l>e )hoped t1iat'r1 or some ( tl.cn geutlcnnnLavs appointed by President Monroe under the Territorial upon
.Vtwz, / A 28. Davis tn Gen. Pierces langunfje anil ihiuks it arrive within a short distance of its location. There to depend the future relations between the Usiltt
give ,
iU it in their power to atAebd. Goverumenrafter change of Flag?, and then
'jq1 that Le rnh.uu.krbtmsid his remarks.j .- it; stands, w itb its cottars for the operatives, and States and Spain.It .
4 Our neighbor is not altogether pleased with thePresident' \cryjirobablc succeeded General Jackson as Governor of Florida, would be well if Spain could see tIme atwmtjr
The Nebraska Bill I ITLis relative to the Life Cuban out. j is said to add in this note, that the PrerMent did other u-Kessary appendages, a Listing monument of the arduous duties of which oIEcc he discharged of conforming her policy on this subject,to the seta l
*
110'to nenge not "kurpiise that the South should be willing -j the enterprise, liberality and progressive spirit of the I state things But, blind to her own interest**
: bill was placed, on the 21st, by a vote cfr.t eipres wiih ability and general satisfaction for many
j: rage. TMta uiffer, as witness the fallowing from the take the Nebiaka bill," but that the ttoekbolders. but more e.pmllv those wb suggested great I will probably reject the proposition as she to dew
to surprise
25 iu Conwrwltce of the Whole in the House. The And whereas, Companion DtrVAt was a admiDistntion -
New Y.ik Mirrcr, whig: the work and superintended it.s faithful} execution.I years: heretoft when it was urreu by a former
their
g .4'; motion thti..tii commit, fas mack by Mr. Cutting ofNew TheV i'J ,.t'i Lltitk Warrior Jfts'fi( the Hards. It rcfciete-d right under the Constitution should hetibite. to ?upx.rt regret my was PO Florida tain her dominion over Cuba even ten years lopgw-
York-tlie leader of was JL'i/ificd, re'port ilj! and altogctbei veiy pif-pc-r, Royal Arch Chapter duriugbis residence
document. Of it will suit the hot bcndn Judge Douglas' bill, v. hen the South were willing circumstances that I did cot have an opportnuitv Spain might by the exercise of much discretion sad
course c.t
by the friend' of I the bill wbo wc.ro appre-bcnMV that i: lie it tfierffure Rexoli-ed, That the members of this would bt
4E1i: who arc burning for plunder] nnd vengeance ; but itwill to take it" The President, as we underhand MrClcimrs tip take a sati.-f.ictiry memorandum of this splendid moderation aid a delegatiuu of power which
it would be smotheied. his death with fe
If ia the Committee Arch Chapter Lave beard of colonial for a
placed Royal inconsistent with her system, delay
'j result, we Iave doubt in and its and
iw ample indemnity thi building, complicated highly finished machinery
in note Las always
explanatory Ct
They wvre ovwtwnve, however, by a majority of IE. for the past and tontlm?! SpanHi aiithoiitiu* of HJvana says the deepest sorrow. veers the inevitable event of the absorption of
motion lias been .li henever they have conversed on the subject, expreied ( with all iU appurtenances. I may remark Florida by the American TJuion. But it i is not probable
The Tuto on Mr. Cutting" proclaimed that they must 'erve law in their ti atruent of B4 it fin thrr Rnohed, That the members of
in of tl that the whole concern docs credit to the State, the she will take this course awl therefore the event ff
favor the tern-
unctili hini'f-lf e of ;
Amerienns warmly inciple
< exact it. Poor
us a lent, the result of wlm-b M to be regarded iis fatal u f M: ly nu they pi Royal Arch Chapter, No. 1, will wear for the space of Ill
old What with Hnmanirm Middlv District, the of Jefferson and the be precipitated very much to the prejudice our
and County village
Spain dt-p.tmnn, tonal bill now pending. Namely : that of popular BOVJrvHjnty
final of the Bill. Rut this concision of Masonic mourning, which IS
the the usual badge in
i:1: Io pawage of thirty clays : interests; for the time Lm not yet come
; home and the thitutc-nin
; imnpericin at spiiitof lilli- insioted bill of Monticello, as well as to its stockholders
was
that
and has tIme &
always agent with
follows. Many Uice who voted with ; for his take Cuba without the hazard of a war
h1 by no tntaub oustcrimn abroad, she seems to be rapidly; approach as a testimonial of their high respect memory can ,
the majority nre tbe friends r.f the bill and will give it ing a atate of national s.iution.! All we ak of our ut for both sections of the confederacy, and that and superintendent. It affords me much pleasure to and elevated character as a man and A Maaon.Rtxolved. European allies of Spain.

their Vote o the end. The Wasbiaton Slat counts j Government is to meet out fc> her that exact jiwtioe both ought to iupp" t it. Mr. Clemens, however, bear witness to the improvement of my former res- That the Secretary cause these proceed Some additional document communicated relative to the to the Hou'BIU, tS

thus votedbut who will sustain the which she is already too wenk to compel. In the probably does not c< tieur with the President in that idt-mmee-n place im>rc dear and iutereetiug to me than Warrior case, were
ho
: : in the of this committee ffairs w
t' upttpenlrcn meantime the bis claws ings to be published papers city. day, and now the on foreign *
from
eajrl* keep the bleeding
i; tneasnrv. We quote from the Star the following remarks } bosom of the dying raven. iew, if we may draw conclusions from bis letter to all others. J5 JOHN B. TAYLOR, &Ct(gary. soon be ready fo report a bill giving th* President tb*

made the day succeeding the vote: Mr. Davis.-U'a'A. Star, 2of/i. provisional powers which be aska But wlul Co*
,4t Some of the Hard an> beginning to i ii session which will be till next October, it
papers The Nebraska bill, as it came down from the Senate grcss in
Tb) '*-who understand the real condition of things It Is rumored that the Hon. Carrol Spcncc, U. S. The reported sale (-f the Stfainem Gordon and Cal- .Lime Mr. Cutting for bisfiimJly cour.'o on the Ne- after n Lard contest between Mr. Richardson, of will not be necessary for the President to act npoo
amused t the which the ultra ,
1': hrre, are not*a or Ji'tlc'the Nebraska*bill are use already nin/inj Minister to Turkey, is about to be recalled on account linmi, to the New Oilesns and Key West Steamboat jraska btlL The Washington correspondent of the Illinois and Mr. Cutting, of New York was referred any but direct authority from that body.It .

rpr. to make.ppbeIt<-f the vote of iheHpuse.ycste rday, by whirh) of some expressions in Lis preseuUtion fpecch to the Company is denied by Lafitte & Co. of Charleston.'ho .- National Jirtnocrat says: to the Committee of the whole on the state of the
motion to recon Is all Others.gj
the CuuuniUco of the \\ hole the Turkifch Gvvcrnment He coiflniittcd Union by a vote of 110 to 95. The Superseding .
it was rcfonvtl to on very foolitLly ( Uic.sc Stemr.crs will continue to
Jfviglan "The Mr. is The democratic
says feeling cgnimt Cutting _
increasing.IU tabled 1 J majority.
of tbe fa t that sider that vote was by Dr. M'Lnnes rapi&jn1V
in to f. Vermifuge
ttate of the Union, ce nome our whole country on the tude Tutkcy in a contest between Savunnah and Charleston until further I motion ustoi.i.-hetl The Southern nobly
; came up
run everyone. rucm- members from Pennsylvania *
of is avowed fricndu voted not to make it in nil o'fter Warm ,,3Ied.cine Where used, *jp .
cveutecn if
in which the true policy of tmr Govemmert is to remain otice. We to bear it. We bad hoped hers denounce it as traitorous. but their efforts did not avail The
their ,
exception tn the rile govcruiug the House in pre- arc sorry to duty the minces the best effects, driving out all other reedts.
ii
-1 *liiniuary legi UiKHi upon all feudi ineasuies. It will neutial. At the time _Mr. Sp nce embarked that the reported sale was triw. reference to the Committee of the Whole may delay months Read the fllo\ lug:
_. several) weeks, perhaps ;
lie rocollected tbat the atjeet IULS alrcftdy been maturely from our wholes for the seat of his mission, the feeling t The engineer of the proposed Railroad from passage of the bill for tion measure, rt will growtron"er HcwrsviitK, Ala. Jaa 23, 18iUHESSM.

.r1t cousi'lercd and ncted ou by the Committee em iu all quarters among our people WM decidedly with Secretary Mare!, and the J nth iinister.-It is lontgomery to Pcnsaeola estima'es the cost e-f the >ut being m an committee admini,>ti nnd will paw. perhaps, m an J. KInD A Co.-Please send me ten F *

Territories, who otuctime since sent The tothe Comiutlteef i is thei Tuikey, but latterly a great reaction has taken place tatecl that the French Ambassador, on seeing the road at 13.227.915, or ?20,175 per mile. The dis amended form before the close of the session.- of M'Lane's Vermifuge. I bate told double UK *

> the Whole a birni1trprjcct in time keeping of Uie subject Committee, oft er.tre until Turkii-b Stock has fallen to about par, with the 'resident's communication to Congress, touching the tancc is ICOi miles. Many who have voted to refer the bill to the commit mount of your Vermifuge to that of Faboest.a
will be prettf
legll'uat for
: ;
U can U.eaily stcamsrl4: there, is a ficUon,a nwjorityIxing The Baltimore Tines says :-" The reinaikable at once bUiincd an iuttrview with the Secretay The Wa4iKigton Union gives an account of a daring Sun.Eight from

; r in it* favor. Ibc caw is different with a measure speech of Mr. Speticc, our Minister to Constantinople, of State, demanding an explanation of what lie and atrocious robbery committed Washington, of Limo democratic delegation Pennsylvania *. LeiCo.; Ky, Feb. 5, 1851Mrssms. -
members take interest five But other %'
fcw witb the South to against.
tic. in wbk-h comparalivejy of voted KIDD t Co. The demand fat .Dr.
the 16fh. Miss McNeill daughter J.
taken the Cabinet and termed the of on Thursday ,
bus Prcsideit and an extnwidinary production
tA' thC Committe ofth by on part
bill is scat ) surprise
Wheo su I! WbxJle ew the fctfete of the Utaon, wiUwut bring will lead no doubt to the Ministers recall. The studied our Government. He wet with just such a reception General John McNeil, deceased, and a niece of Prei stood as manfully as those from Pennsylvania, a- and I wi h to have a lot of each to sell on eoainM *

cna4e a pcial order at Uis perit.d f the Union, and the known dixplcnsure as might Lave been anticipated from that sound thiuk- dent Pierce, was met in one of the public streets bya up heretofore Fahnestock's Vermifuge Las teen Lbs***
of mention those from Indiana
baao are tLat it will not be iwiebed ; a* it J* out tobe of the Prtrident, we too ptguificiint to be orerloc-keil. lug and far-seeing ttate man. Gov. Marcy promptly ruffian, knocked down, and robbed of her purse mating which are worthy valuable, bul If Lane'i u new tvptriftKay his.H .
expect$ that a majority will lay aside all buskiews.in stock who pave four votes. Illinois three, California two, EVEBSO
of
the wishes The n.embers of the Senate idtw regard his declare- declined to enteitain any communication, or explanatiou containing about thirty dollars, certificates
lw interested lat
4l41 which they may to gratify and valuable Connecticut one, Iowa one, Maine one. Michigan one, For sale at all tho Drug/ Stores in Tallahaiit
::1;t of a few. la 'such a cnse as this, however, with a tioo Jn regard tn the course of tLis Government in'tbeEnrt With U>e Govcrumeut of France, or any other authority amounting to about two thousand dollars, a New Hampshire one, Ohio four, and New York one- one Agency in every Town in the South.

; dear majority in'fasr-r of the bill it can be take up irn qiieition as entirely gratuitous. Mr. Spence nave the representative of Spuiu, and demanded diamond pin. The blow was so severe that she Democrat and April 1,1854. 13 St _

. 1I; t any time they will by refuting to tske up bills has, in ftvt, committed the udminifctiation, the Senate, to be informed under what shadow of right or usage was rendered insensible, and whilst io this condition Mike Walsh. Here are twenty-seven ,
cfore itou th* caleud r, as is done fre-
which' arc not one Whig
41 ucotly m *uci CASCA The only bop of iu opponcn' and the people to a line of policy wLkh, unless at the Government of France could pretend to in. was robbed. She wag much injured but we are glad CONSUMPTION .ey rj bodjrkoajrtjj

11!! is i j to defeat it by ''K-gWativc cxpolint,," which, nt once abandoned by the prompt action ef tho Executive terrogate Limo on a subject iu which France was apparently to learn that herjnjury ia not dangerous.. This ,bold There ia in time Turkish Army a boy, lea than a flattering(liMV*. Jl coama ees wl fc"P* ?" i

lime nccc: $ destroys our neutrality us tho raised several hundred warriors and
16 old, who tifrrrt then sudden *
tnaWfof
but never when it yearn are a '*?* fjJJK
e rd b eonidcred. The decision of ilr. Chnndler, Bnckman's Lumber Mill opposite volunteers from the interior of countrymen from heat to produce* an i.rftamatioXtoo'
may < ao to make a quorum, ciuninMitedtr Jackaonvifle,1Eaatt t look him as born for a great warrior dart or weeks, it i Ia said, hi or .!>. dill TLCONStJMPTION.
asrctnud* counting inedTlo tell with The Jacksonville t Alligator Plunk Road Company Florida, aud owned by Taylor, < wa* S- upon ; For all troubled wfth't
de, -
iTbv is powerf.l fa also
There a woman
us ye'ktcrdty,such effoiia by the opponents have made a repu.t from nbicb it appears that burned to the ground on Thursday night, 25d ult; It The Deficiency Bill, which passed the House and to perform a great mission. lung complaint, wo would refer to the ,,

I <,f the effect Neb against?. k. bill any by the by. It utterly dVprive. f C6.400 Lave been subscribed to the woi k, and $3- was valued at $25,000 on which there was an insuruncfl of Representatives on Friday, the 17th, appropriates called Karan-Kas (the Black Girl) who is the on the outside of this ptiper of Jndsoo" % $
with her
she wh
them of their icew wearying tby.mnjiwitj motions.?with "f 0 have t been paid HI. The average cost per mile of f 16,000. About 00,000 feet of lurulx over two millions of dollars. The item of $43OOOOfor leader of some horsemen, whom inspires tract certain of cure"Cherry for this and? awltol Lungwort tUMaM.kiae .. Alia M' .

; croks-muions and otbir t w-ooiifunung Llishod up to this time, has been $UCO) but it is thought i it ware consumed ou which there was no insurance., the purpose of a site for the New York Assay courage. _ -_ _ Balm the great remedy fcr all NI %

I TLc yeas aod'naj* pn the GUI of tU 220 Jww U at ereral, m robcrs The New York Sun sates' that it learn* on good CfmpUmentary. --
of the of
( in Boston, people
from tk South Toted with th nutjority, to-wit: Mce- : Milton Paradise Lrf has bo drama.UaTeiIJO authority, from Washington that the Japan expedition Smith O'Britn.-It u Mid that it way at" the solicitation Sabbath harangue that they* ara Me iot.says mrrwnary aNdd.tardY jis1II.; .

rs. Benton, CulUniiftheridge, Hunt, Stantoa, At ; ( the National Theatre, K.w York, and is now baa been recalled, the order being already .ou its of tbe Hon.James Buchanan, the U. S. Minister the North, on thefaee of the tartb.._.tknt monty

'The rote fortberab0" tliatif all;the membrt from u r be.rsaL way to the commander of the Japan squadron.; It i ispro'ab1e1 that Smith O'Bnen was pardoned, Mr. B. having lnytkm race to djan\imeant, and if that tswwai- 1ATallabaUeeIL4&JahP'5"

bccoVwnt a $to"J flu wtt4mg's bo v ever, that Commodore I'ert-jwill have jtt I.aratiaw pith ea* Th" opinion tht r
the South lad) previously, prgedtte mtwunj jngfrarflIlft1paCtr. .
8. II. Hobbie, AssiUit Post made bra tecoad visit to Japan befut.tbe order J4Ach *13i
Major Waster Oea.
been defeated. Jbe South has 90 rnl .
TC'jld lave LGtd C1azido ,
-t i "WasblicK/n'vn'the es Lt-
died 5JJ ult :
kg .,u tl.ie flox-rof the Ilvure. yiiictyfive. .1 ra



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V ba d, Crc."l '/ t1.tSit cfP1o1drNg 7rrn 1E54.Crge I received from ew York rssortment : afletisral

ift1;: kwJ Draper and EIi-nxer* p .s and Shoe*. tuitftf lo lW srtscn. n&y .t.tat
I | HELD AT THE CASH AND EXfHAXCE "
I b.y oij, n. Eldiidge, | irtneis. tahg IS SOW BEING DOOMS OPf. ALSO- .- -. t pry vt'ta 4 cna 'c(

rjjtl. 17 f(1 hnri. the imme aud kty'le of Draper Attachment.( jTHOe. A 1'irgre assortment of Meusand TonSmxtoier H*t?, mIisnhln
A Eldridgc, Amount bwora to HODCKISS I & all of W1Ch ye trW .eU at mntlev.t. ri'Ie.. err, in ala opw'wn, Ut* poblk lnf r ft dett
ioc pt
: York nce. I SOOTTj
.;. Vr : ** H. nODGKIBS, OEOGrV. SCOTT. >. wnv, or in ate W NIb tT fowmoq
,
,, ,
1t G.&J.MEG1ISS.
7 S..$. KNflT.r5T r I ?751 7S-100. March 18.184: -

TIE(1nres(lefcnJniit Russell and nil other J inttCtel. 4 JD will bo found upon examination, to equsl ;in Brilliancy and Extent, tnjtUng of tiie hind ever seen 7. Pi&I ,mkM1b- -
to Bufid
T will taire iiotiee of the romniMH persons.ment of th** snit, -A. in the Southern Country. Their very large and beaiitifal assortment of Notice rs. tLi ,, futii, *a** ,; :
? tment t)1'J
: ,j.ived fim Ne' tt1. n Rsfl ofFni v hd 1 nre cquested to appear and j>load to the Declaration ) ) { *"!?iiilJifi ) STALED Proposals Trill te received ly the ClerTtof ter the pbs'1tivn' C ,

ni gflt ('htfC11tM.&C, *iibtJfg filed iu said eau c. ajiiUJiLai) iD-iijtol) i/DUHll:, L.. the Inferior Conrt of Decatur Cour.ty. Oes.rgla.fr ? May, Abtus&1 '

.! Lite CIWR Oi I'LfltC'flfll'tM41ei I)I4h4l' $, M. WHIT SMITH. is composed of fabrics: of f the finest HnJ nche material in the West and ni't desirable i tyle and color building* a Court House at Poinbridge. in said ( T1'adistiwp)1 b3t,1anInF.! agty.a b. tIj feorma Id- '

tid Saue4rB c1 th mttoc JAMES M. BAKER. j I In their Kmbroideiics. everything n-at nnd elegant may be f mnJ. Their Muittes. Talmss.Seaifr, Ao.arc Bounty, until >he first dity of May ccxf ; said Court the-v b greafer; thao advertiMdi tii i

CUI Attorneys for Plaintiflfk the niost Fashionable. In Bonnets. Veil". Ribbons audTiiunuiuij. you will thuJevcrjtLiug desirable Substantial IIu'e to be fifty by sixty ftet from outsido? to outside piled be correctlv fated. '* pom WMp-.
I. Bi' iafi
t.uapU.1'PY Na'Thnn C. II, Kan-h S2, (AjMil'l.) 1S54. .rn137Ih Goods, ucat, good and durable! andGENTLEMEN'S and built of Biwk. Plan SOIl l SpeciCcations for scIvearUu wAsii. th. ,
rinrt; t1 mttoi : toiildmjj aid Court Hoesca file in niy office, for the

ea id Vance, <\rcuif f) ntit fr M.i-U.n C>n;!y. M'Jl e APPPAREL iupcetiau of those desiring to know fun her pat taaJsr.: 9.from. Ths Fuatoat.c .O

r1rn t' Cilt T( Circuit i-j'tli" { ijtey'J-'loi'Hfa-tfriHs'Jitm, 183J.RobeitJ. I Bv order of the Inferior Couit of $n4I! County, in knowingly nmWng a eontnfrt'Jbtion

(1.h.mvtehl'ttit 1h1I.p: ontlC1iantlcr df cverv description, in llic very latent cut oan In wen in His extensive collection. Chambers. March 17, 18-&. LUKE MASON, of the maiU with any pifWif' wlJ* l Ttev entered -

Sfi.l!, (; :tetE;: trncntdGaies, II. Smith; pnitueis. uws: the | Attachment.nam \\'e \\iil b pleased to exhibit dl tlw> articles contained in the following Programme, to persons fvc.ering March 26. 1854. 12 1m Clerk LC. into, ur prrvsML bv ee Uto
Tinnbt ', and will of articles sck-ct at llioj! prevcnHb ahinff o
dUpo- they
call
with
c,1s; I' nnd M\le of BiJjop A J- Amount by oilier or nr., or who baIL bar
any
person
ALSO pr rrrede'any
?410 25-100 Provisions &c.
Smith. r. x1cwi'i' G'1AI3: I'ILX. agreement siia1bgven or rfbrQ]<|| i
p
A fre'' trPiY f Fluid. Snlar find Oil Lanip diaries Rudl. J .-U 4 0 BBI5. and 20 Imlf bbla Wbi*k J, or promise n> give or p form. any sf4rti trlat.f

1u4 SLr Lamp Wick, Ac, Ac. E Defend.mt nnd all other persons h'err-Mcd.' 5 casks Bacon sides, ever, or to do. or not to do, *aojjhkif wLt v,r, io ar<
('.. 4 t J. MEGINXISS. T Pattern t ? '.f Orjrnndie JIieimflet ,!mi. Cftnton. Eng Straw. Canadian ,
1 $ Y are reqniied' In take notit-eof the commencement Laces. I] 2 do. Shoulders der to induce any other pjertou or pnon not to bid
t
4w 13 i>f this Piiit, fliih l U apvar] and plead to the declaration n.l Bl.vk Silk Lnce ; A-'Embroidcied Swiss, Chintr, Bill1 1 Plain and F icy Palm Leaf. 40 Bb's. Mei Perk, for a mail contract Particular attention ia YT.Jto r
Wlite i hUnts !
filed in caul cauH1 Maltese, Mech enHonito'i nut Fancy Linens ; 2f.ii Put- Boots and Shoes. 100( do. Flour the 25th section of the net of Ii8, prohibiting cc 1*

prh;( Summer Clothing.r ii. WHIT SMITH, : rnctiitn, Savony.Valenccinne; hug"*' terns of Printed Lawns ; Fancy S Casks Whiskey, binations to prevent bidding. !*5

/ Hv lbi B"K Sams0" from New Vorlc, O. M. LUE. I IAttorneys :i I French Ltee.EmbroiderieS". Muslins and Ginahnin?, Plaid.Stnpfd I -' 1 ,.r.OO pairs Dooto, Shoes. Gaiters. 10 J Bushels Cora. Lard. Oil. Ac., for sstle b; 10. A lid rectiveJ after time, vit: 9 alm.'oCtli' -

Trsr r\jfl! ..iilriicnt ( Gentlemen* Snmincr, Cloth'CiS f fir PlaiiitifF Thread nnd and Plain Jjon t Cambiic.'J Slipjjtrsnd Pinij: >*. of nil rjuali- JIcNAUGHT i" 10th of April, l 54.or'without tb griaraiitt t
.1 ; ifl' anl Btrlin Bonntt Cord. Fine B'.l.iflet.;(Children! and Serx-cnts. -19 1_' ** -1 V- "
f.V G.&J.MEGINNIbS.4w S\vis Jaeoiu-t, Cambric > cannot be t1t1ou
I'crfiiiufry.Jl'ST &c., &c. Inserting Silk Thulcs nnd Illu-ion; Biilluntinc United States Kails. vth rII UV! In :!. ii .4'
13
/rr.l. I 1. i&; Dimity Band- Kdginsr. Lace, Whit.nn.I Blaek rfie.Fk.r.iice Matting, &c. regular proo.a d

Machine. received a large n*''>itmeot of Fitus, et'Ti4t nnd Fl uwinr: ; Plain. Printed. Kmbroi.lercd and! Murc-dino Silk. Silk I .". Picf* '-f 8, 4. 5 and 6 quarter POST OrncrFebtuary DirAai.'c'r, ) service l1. kill
Wonderful Linen
and and Hemnlitfhed strictly
New of I ,.tnd Cotton Ru'-hcs, Mn-lin K 'be ;?White and Colored Hatting. 4 PCS 20, 1864. aceordinjtothen
it'
WILT.1 AM fTOPDAKD, rATENTEE. Silvered Fun*, Mourntn J.1 O.imbiic Handkerchiefs.Veils. :JjO) Pieces of Aiiiciit'iin. I'l'giWi' A-:4 and 6 quarter Oil C PROPOSALS be'tl.
do ngvlar 1owaadvermed'serviee1t
itlapc l the of tho Rvl Boue d'V French :ind l Spaniel French Fancy Piint< : B1:-.(k Dr* *s Pnujet, for Crumb Cloth Linen July i. 1854, to June Si', 1655. in otber
jinFuH'ubfi Caving!) 1I1t ) JlijrLt Su.Ialvod do lid stzj ots3deN1
Children do. Silks. Canton Clotlw Fine White I foi Stairs 43' I'ics Shaded GEORGIA and FLORIDA, will be received at tl.Contract
I S's'.ef Gei-ipia; in the only MACHINE now in- ALSO, 4 Love Veils : White, Blatk arid Curtains if the alterations propo ed rt're ttffl iu' | 'bailie.1! and lire D ard Prints.Crockery. Office cf the Post Office Department. :
rtirriNr. ANDSHAVING Lace do. <' Wasbingt..n and citizens c
r.oied.f SIILNGLF.S.L Pine Apple Colfgno, Fancy Colored : postinasteis interested, or if UMJ ihaDyb-
j rents D. C., until C. a. m, April 10. 1854. to be decided and "*>* **
FATu HKAP1SG, teM is prepared to 611 t the Oriental Drrpa, Collars Sleeves &c.A Dress Goods. pear manifestly right prop r.

of .1 1 c (".'intic( or angle Machines nt j rieou Ltibin j Extracts.t ; Ltre, a-wrtmcnt,()Iii-h.. Whit.*. Colored! and! Plaid Linon'il' Real China Ware, Iron Stone March April 25.S, 1853.1854.) (being routes established by act of 1?. There should be but o&e route U4r1" iji'posal.

,ti.2'iM jW t etc it an iuducemtul for puicbarjj1.1 Phil Mme I'.tmrule, very Honitoii nnd V II I- ) ; 1'rer.eb! Do- Skin and BliiekClotli China. Plain Ohm Ware,Bohemian, ,

China D< Us. I i Guipure.- ta1tr&t. f 1".... ._ !. ; Fancy Ca.sinien-s, Itali.in I:nnd Frenoh do., Ct.inmonYare, GEORGIA. 1 Z. The route the service!< the rear1yj'tb ( .

I'rb.The Mir'.hc ln>ing r.np1; ] in its construction, nnd i ir it I' China Fijjuics, Ac., .' < 1" r V.e I Li < Il4titIflS ItC I'mbroiviercd CI.hlar: (.C.
<- liaUf tn pft oin of irdc-r. i t-ajvtb'e .f tspVittingjuU'dau.131 <;. A c J. MUG1NXISS.Maid. i and Frciu-h L'.ii"nTrarcllinfT IVench d"] ., C.niiittte, ic. :3448 From' Thomnsville. by Enstwood.toMitkos; of a firm, where a companyofferssboul&btiifr-'.
; WO THOUSAND SUING Llii PKllJIOUIlViclter 1PM.11 11 1 Sleeve and) ChemazitU-s: ; &c. stated ; also, the mode of con re vane?,If a hgfiernod!
1 Fla !' ir.ils and back week.
_ once a
than: mado by banJ. his ]i..rtablosn ___ Habits r.nd .Sfvs ; Dry Goods. 25 di zen Pocket Knives. Knives Leave TLornaivilte! than horseback be intended. The word '-with du,'

canleworked by hand horcc or scni! pow.TTrii Spring and SummerOlot3.io.gr M.>arning Collais, Sleeves and H.ib Etni r''i !(reI Cia t:Lit.' Ctrtltifi and Fi.rks, Powder l'hISk4. Lk of Arrive at MivkiAukte Wednesday same day at by 8 1 a m m; celerity, certainty and security," inserted to'I indicate

lo liftmen (l ys work <>f a Macl.inc; will make D-m.fli-k: Tuikey Ke.l. Fuit'T; all kinds. Atjrer IlitJs.; Pihs. ChiseN : Leave Mic-kneukie Wednesday at S p m ; the mode! i-f conveyance, will constitute *'"*tar 4fiCf f

4fl.111 MiH's'cti; lo pay the price askid for a finglen : : ; Fashionable Bonnets,|'! Prin", Fisrnituic"Dimti! ,; < ; Coidwl.'do. I Draw Knives. Pl.-ne" Jlin fs, Arrive at Thomasvi'.le'! same iLiy by p S p ;m. 14. The bid should be sent under teal. addretMd .

ouc.I TOW rf'f'Uinfr.; :tt the wi'lI known stand of A. B.F. j1IlI4..l I aid t'litiimmod., i < ffjLace. F.mhioidorrd I Skill I i *. I Grat; do.,1 jHiojid I II ASP.*Collins,* Chp ,Axes. t G414 From Tbornasville to Bdiubru'ge'! 40 miles and ,'. 4.the Second Assistant Postmaster General), upenenKed

r.rse in u'err.ents are oJTored to persons It4ngt _.t_ t'LA 1 K si f'uc; asi>itniMf) of ; ml I U'*e. I ljn !iIi''C'iipJe I 'I do., Mai!iilido! Mui S rii Spnn: ta'anee FI.Tiil Hoes. Gar- back, once a week. Mail Proposal in the State cf, -." It should
( p\ichiis''tlie Hiit 'fs-vcral counlics. One of the Cr..pe I fair. l.i-x'ti. TabV I Damask.) ; D.ina.-k d4i,. Plantation ami Grub Hoes, Leave Thom eville Wednesday be guarantied and the sufficiency of the guarantor
Lac at 9
Ilui-Linc* can be seen in opeiatiou in this; oilv.Anut RE.t I1-M.% 3) i: ( I4OT1Na, I t SUaw,Bl-nJ.Fud r.-n.! L-icc.1 I'4 J-tice.' StrawI : -,; I) ''y lji L iet, .( ) )4& (Ct-tton, Manilla and Russian Hemp Aarrive at Bainbiit'ce! next day by 12 a ra m ; certified, (see forms.) and should be dispatched in tins.

Georgia. .Mirch 21. T. P. STOVLL.% i.itabl fir zpijuR: nnd) Summer wear, vomiiriMiig initait and curd L-ie'. Kmbn-i l Iii ied Gimp and'tI1..tI
Refer to ibo following persons fir nny itfurniati'in the fillowin; :11 1 ii"i. f. I Mild Tnblp! CoVfl ll'iibroid1'en1 : :,ttii'h's UL-HOU-S AUo 40 I 1854.;
i I Bdcradf, La: -( 1 ; Kegs Arrive at Thomasville next day bv 0 m.
rrrfoicncf to the Miichine] :-Wm. M. 1IAttinac, P.r'n ntvl) White Navy Drill Fioek A- Rack Cents, land Straw, Stiaw an .- M sTiin-: Table nnd Stand! C n.-r*, Piano j.Vails, and a large lot of Hollow 3415 From Elh-jav, by David Westfield's, to p CleavelaixJ. -- 1 5. The confracfa are to be executed and returned
Se nvniri O'., BeMier A llolliii g-vxciilh. ]' jind White I.iinii Drill d-i d doiii.loil Straw Blooin to the before
Hernnti'ii, 4fley <> I and Bl-joi.iers'('over Furiitire; Fiiiiije and I Ijif"Bliy *.-, Ware. Temu 120 miles and back, once week. department by or the let of Jolv, 18M.
Simpson A G.irJner. M. Stovall, B .all A Stovall, ( mid White Frock and Ssiek: Coats, i med Pedal Hats Linen! Bird Kje I Di-iji) 'rTuik- a 16. Section 13 of an act of Con reM approved Mareh

L. llupkins.' nnJ E. D. Hobcrtsoti.Apiil S I ti ptil; nnd i l I Plain; (I iii.rl bam S'u-k Coats.Bl'k I I kutland.MN os (Vbiir d'uMi.--es ami SUaw Lace Flats and i-b T 'w -!- Linn and ColtinTow'elm 1 Willow Ware, \ctlons, &c Arrive Leave Ellejay at Cleaveland Monday next at Wednesday 6 a m ; by 6 3. 1845. provides that conttocfi forth* fraujportation

1, 1S51. 13 and O-l'd Drnp d'l'tn Sack: and Frock Coali.a. ;and 1 Hair I ;' :? ; alx), a b'- >'uck of.JSUB.STANTIAL pin ; of the mail shall be let, in every'case, to the lowest
Schell. Clcnvelnnd
Leave 6
., do Sutinm-r Cloth do doWl.itosmlC.lM al-o, an 8--iI tIdat! of Chi.ilrcn'sjTiimmeil very avy Ivory. Horn and Rubber Thursday at a m ; bidder tendering sufficient for faithful
goimutee*
Sca1or Bcnton'.s Croat Work j Dri'l)i I'mite, Cap. Fl.its! and Tuib.in: | DRY (;JOODS.jStuh C-.n.bs, of all kinds. Cloth and Hair Arrive Rt lillejay next Saturday* by 6 p m. formance. without reference to ttie mode of per S

of Lace, :Satin, Inborn, and Il.ur. as O-iMbunr do., liruriim.! Silk Sleeve Ean-l IHastit :S14G; From Young (June by Stock Hill. Tt-kenetly. tnuwpor
Fs.nev Maieni; <>s I I'jn.l', Sltiped tatioa" Under this lux n new description of tifrii
Thirty Year's View 1" Fntiry C.issinH-ro dfor Summer wear, Ribbons Trimming, &.c, i Brown .Shirting tt Shrvtin_ I BVael.itl ; .- *. Dies Shield*, Pearl and Fancy and Carticay, to Talking Rock, 42 tailcs and has been received It does not specify a mode of conveyance

ArdTS WANTED IX EACH COUNTY.n'j1 BIT. Dri: ]> d'Kta d>> do doIMIIVV of Ki-h I I'MMiwtanl: I Ii,. ti,)., Linen Si,<-< tin.;. Pillow Muttons Hi-ni-ning Needle P 10'I ) piece? Card! C.iso Leave Cane at 7
'Case LiiK'ti. Brown *, Banker's Cases I4IDf Wednesday R m ; '
Jvli-. ]ii.iclid'ulo I
ATI1.ATORY sUrii"ei': : tn i't'1ibiiity required. nnd Wlntp; Irtil1eseet of the litestt : with celerity"certainty, and security, using the term
: flt"uM j.ccoirj'any npplinfions.'e Li"h' Sluing Silk VtM*. S.i'h: IJibU'i.S rw? very* T. .... Dfiiin! Sliirtiii Stril$'-. Aj j>rn Paint and Vunil-h Brushes Arrive at Talking Rock same day by 9 pm ; of the law. These bids are styled; from the manner
I .ti ]ho : :;ill i t I'leO'1 o] OiTli'lT l I 'II I PtacxK-k Tea Leave Rock 5
Chks.!, Fren \V lilt ar.-l I I Bmwri Brushes. Silver Thimbles. Talking Tuesday at a in ;
\\ thall be pleased tfl rweivo sub enpi( (T.s !iymail. -A J.Sfl- of Talf. i. ?. in which they are designated on the book of the deportment
Hud will enter tl.e names to received in i ?' A n-iKT.il ns ormentf Shirt Co'inr", Ol.ive Cra-I, mm*** : ids-',.'.j.n Ji.bb ja-oitiijfiit, Ct-rd! :iii'I 1 j I Holland! *, Florida S. .t l l.ui 1 ShutI'd -. ( *ti< n*. Extracts. Fancy Oils Arrive nt Voting Cnnc same tlv l-v 7pm. M tar biik" and th.y will be construed 1#,,
ri.itin; I1II1 ns S 3147 From Rntler Wileber's! Milla'to'Cuefia Vw-
flit. Gl by
,
rfTil'-r upon .ur Subscription Lipt. Stibsciibeis; livug ] :t<*. l.iirv. Drawis.: Undcr-liiits! and vaitnus othr WorkicI ii'rZit. TiekinfT. S-iprr 4 t d-u np Ixx.kiriij isvs"Xap- as providing for the entire mill. Acwxtvrryr and 4.-
Ta<. 'l. 1 Buttons Fn-ii'-h 1kiu l Iit.r9.; Mustard-- Salad ta. 50 miles and back, once a week.
I ) ( Sfioons,
iltrhiiI1s. .larh'r.i! : ,i.I-
in tin* r iiititi: y wiUjnvntly ficilitat: the Joinery (f the jtitrfi"; l lo tin I o I v, i ii Aitiiiui! ( 1' ufiatevtrmay be the mdstrfcdue3ajwe ttecemry t* .
I Ci>tt<>n, Fl'iunciicTim-ad. and Fork Lea! c Butler Tuesday at C a m
Wftk by giving u the name of Fi>me one iu the near A f.jil k! Miitment I of Cl'tlis. Cn--inw m, \Vtinswliich 'l'ab, iiJ '.Manchester Stiip, t..gtherith.iSfMxma Rolling Pin, ; insure its "cetetilyt certainhjandfvTilyr- -
1 ., Vi.tL:;, Stenk JLilIe? Kniftt Arrive Buena Vita> next day 11
by am
(t Town who will receive it fr them. t tTo t the *ub .eribt-r 4 ip piepared !<' mannf.i'ture tin1 rc.rCi.ntt Vaiin.r*, ; Such bids will therefore be Accepted b prefereno.

have it fent by mail i-uelohc to u thirty cents r on the f>h''rt4--t ii"tkv, ILl tl.&' 1ni't apj roveilUl 01 11:111): eiit Knife, Shnrneners lee Cream Freezers Leave Buena Vista Wednesday at 1pm; to higher bid for specific modes ofcoavrjanc* ca

part pntg. t't L.. and I lifst possible manner. All in want of good Fans, Parasols, &c.A -t..a. Anurifnu an'1 1Ciittitt4h Trench!, Ti'nt Forks Preserve Jars. Arrive at Butler next day by 6 n m. routes where the lowest mode of eoavcyanc* (thati
Vojotablc! 3443 From Rome by Thomas's darroH's Mills Oceo-
The .ik will: V* fold rxclusiyelv by subscription. Clothing rail. M-ltctiuii of Fans, ,' IJnoti Diill*, .(e. Slwer.s Cator Patent ; on horseback) ii known to be insufficient.. .
very pietty Coffee French la, Ala, and Ifowe'd's Store to Centre 40 miles
JOHN M. COOPER A Oo-'Saviftiirili, r- Orders from the countrr rron'.ptly altondedto. I'annoU, Shadei1, Lc. Clothing. Uojister-s CoMVeBitf- In all cafes tvbcre the lowest grade of service i, believed is 71
nnd back
'ns L' once a week.
Genet al Agents for Georgia and Floiidfl. by A. B. CLA11KIL i mon Squeezers Ice Mallets, to be 8nfiiei ,the lowest bid will be aceetped,
L1.rL 851. 13 Miidi: IR. 1854. 11 Gloves, Hose, &c. Gorrlenn-n wit4iIg! to fumi hj }SiUcr: Piefcle! Fork, Sardine openers Leave Rome Mondav at 5 a m ; j I if duly guarantied preference toa'sta"orsps.

= La-lie* nnJ O< nts Kid Si'.k an 1 thetielve*> with witsunnbK'! It't.4 and Vts, can Mlfot fn-ni lit lt. Medallion Necklaces I Leave Crttre Tuesday at 5 a in !
and ;
a
1.1:11 II C;1u t.i. ( 8tUitIet. &ik ,Tit.'' i the lowest bid i is not ft star hid, and specifies
T. H. CRICJJI.OW, j. r. rEinir.oxv, 3. x. C-KICHLOW. Ladles; White ai.d Black Silk I Hoe.Ciii'.di st(K-k ooutaiiiinjj over H5iriH< 'i f*.jl'iwcM*, Sewing Binls, Cak? and Arrive nt Rome baffle day by 7 p in. either no mode or an inaJeqvaie mode of conveyance.

all <>f late: six le and! nnd" <-.' ("ahinrirel -,Sncar Boies fancy Ba-kctCl..thes! FLORIDA.
it will
be but
Ladi Cdits I not
'nV Silk Hose, -*. accepted set aside for a specific Lid
T. H. CRICHLOW $c BROTHERS. *, Fancy and l.'lack! l li.-.n''llan-pei J *. Paiutfd I'ails. Iv>elarf
nu 1 Chil-hen's I iLL..- v.l.ite and I Cf> < r : r.'om July, h154, to J-tnt O. 1S5.. proN| ing the necessary srvice..
C! 'th*. Summer Cas-iim-n I lli >- and T! ib*. Well Buckets Toy Wag I
e-l II.,.. lUack mid 1'.ii"vSti.i C.-avat.* 3361 From MaJison. by Charles Mills, Charles Fcrr-c When the bid does not specify a modeof rovey nat,
Ti I i.(4 Lim-n !i Skiii Twod, J Drop) d'Lte, ileiino, E-v. Tn Chamber SctU, Game also when it to- "accorilb .
-ic.' and! flt aiu 1 :Jt'ew Bostfwi. Tioy. end Collins, to Clay Lund- proposes carry to .b ad-
SEW SPEDfG AND) SUMMER FACY GOODS. Silk Pocket J Handkiir.-l.it.fi Alp.i'M. Linen I5ra><. Jm>*. ( iiuhan. ..- Ones. LaushinK Babies BritaniaDipj j lie;, VO miles and back, race a week. t vertisetuent," but without siich speclficatiorvit jnil b* i' ..
[ .?. Canvass, American tt Fruii'liCottoaadc I Ii *rs St.je Match! Safe*. F<"'t Leave Madi-tou at 7am I considered asa propofaal for horseback mke.
Monday
Mantles. : ;
'
--- -4-4.- -- *, Mawi'Itilk: i Mantillas.! Cape-. T.i'mr.: an )] -ALSO- Viit'-rs. Towel Bunds, Umbrella terms is tatamou&t to bid and *
a new cannot bareceiv-
UD1RIGFA) would most r"f]>ocifa'ly call the nt. ntijn cf the Ladles nnd] Ooiit'er.ien of Talla- Silk CU.i. and L A groat; validv "f Liw: > IMHHIIIhliirt Strmds Flower Seeds, 6pm :
rplE S.uf4. t.f L.KC, n I Pruning e J,so as to interfere with regular coujpetition sitar tha 0
Leave Clay
J beautiful at 7 ,
aHMnlinent f Landing Thursday m
a
and vicinity to their large an < tfo. Knivi-a. ; '
Fancy Uuikr d<>., L'.uw Baihiinf Tubs T Folding Sew- Arrive 'Maili last hour set for receiving bill*.. .. .
at < next C
->ii Saturday by m.
I3Tc74iflIy ct>, ColLit.4: : tc.J |inr Chairs: Cane do. uitb Rt-cker*,, p 21. Postmasters to be careful ?
are not to the
I j Ladies' Dress Goods. ''Clilldri-n's; Chairs Kuatw do..Anfr- :35C2 From Poncncula! to Warringtou, (navy-yard,) 0 l certify

pnrckie.l in the cit k* .>f 2ew 1'oik and Pl.ila.Jt-lj.Ju'a, by nn expr riou.-o 1 i l.tiv. r; .ir.d n* th. ir Go.>.]f.vro J I 110 I'utrrm "f Mar.ilc-ux.} JJ ; Hats. hey, lid-kin Chair Root CradKC'niri. -*, miles and back, daily. sufficiency that of guarantors of or sureties without knowing

jurdio-w. (;nl.tid, Silk! (Jniiiiiiues. C; D-)7.--n Jl.-n'* an 1 >r? IIat.' ( )T.e4 High Back Cauc do. Leave Pensaco'a daily at 9 am; till bidders they are persons sufficient responsibilhty'and
and
.i.iy and all!l wbo arc at nil .ktka1.; we would in jut rcfpectfull/, call uLd ciamijie fr x ut..Iv._ Silk TN-'iP"I R.ireg'. Hiro i Fahii.aM Oar stock nts in of the following, viz: Leave at 1 on a failure to enter into or perform UM
cou part 1 Kobes, Chal.i. de Barcgo, Ac. 10 IJliifk uii-1! Colored! Ltgiioiu, i'u.ix Wnrrir.gton daily p ra ; contracts for the service for in the
Ladies' Dress Goods. Gcntlcmen 1 Arrive at Pcnaacola same day bv 4pm.35C3 proposed accepted
I Clolhin From Pensocola, by Eseahibia,to'Belleville' ,Ala. bids their legal liabilities will be enforced against'- '
1 ICH Black I r .eade Silks, J) irn 1Thi.k rt C1.ti! Civt -- -- 90 miles! and Icicle, once n week. them.

do FHIWV do 1 do S \ d ) !'i, d 1' Leave Pensncola Tuesday al 5 a m ; 19. The contracts will be substntially in tb. forms'

do do n.i'.l dod ,l 1a. k I'ch Pnp FEtE' C. OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENT Arrive at Belleville next Thursday: by 11 a m ; heretofore used in this department, except in the re.

Ide Plaid nud }'jyyy Sammer Silk?, 4, CIUth ., Lea e IMlvile! Thursday at 5 p m ; spects particularly mentioned Jo these mstrurtioM;

.(!l.> J'kiu Hilk TUsu, a,, i' ]1i.c: (1r Arrive itt Pen-wolfi and on nil railroad! and steamboat routes the contractor -

Brocade Si'k;: Tissues, d 1. i1'.ia' C:1: tj d. wM!! d- "ir f'-"! to mjijilv pun-ha.scis itt tl.e l 1i.'vti.t pii'v! \\ 4. l.iirc i I.'tV iu t >re a l large Ii>t < fj li.-iV Store, to Fort Mellon, 110 miles and Luck offices at the ends of the routes and into all 1 intermediate t 4-

,) LniLroidert'tl du .1., .]o J) .,. .Sm Pui N.'illnn t I Mini Wt in Flour. I i.4; <-iin .sid. *. J Jljirn? ;.nd 'i,..i41.k-i-. P..i ik. 1.zrtI, %Ve.I lphalia Hams, Java week._ post officer not more than eighty rods from the

ci<) J.ustre Biiiliautc 1 F.iiny ,, ,, and Kin C.itJip.wil'red.: I Ci t.-'le.l.l 1 ":if. (,'iarilii-d ni.d I liroun; >i cai*. I Black all! (!re -u Teas. Pepper. Spii i L once a nt 6 railroad or lunding.
'ave M"nd.iy m
< Tampa a ,
of all! kiiid! !-. !erati,!.'. Spi-iin, Slur :utd! Adiniuii'in.iiiili-*, C.'ninn n oap. Son-ed Salmon, P.ekled: i Arrive at Foi t Mellon n"xt 6 20. Present contractors, and persons known at the

>) Piai ;ind I'Lni ed Bi.i igs'c, ( 41.. IigtflDfl !.j Silninti. r .I| 1 i'h. J'i<-Ui-d I llfirin";. I 'rii.I l d! >.. CmiiHcf aid: I Nul l all kind*. Crntkers: Wuluut and Tuti.atj j Leave Fort Mellon Thursday Wednesday at 6 a m by p m; dep rtnent. must equally with others, procure guar

do is.tin Striped oiJ > do Il1.k 1'iei'-'L ]) iiEte (lii) t*. C.it-up. IVj p-r S-n.'v, \\ ...int..'r Sj'3i-i: .. I .('l.ltMl'izsI0I.t4.. (Caj a.!-. 1 l's.- -!m1m! Ca.nlifhower, Ji.\fd! PickKs, Arrive at Tampa next Saturday by 0 ; m. antor* and er ific-ates of their suflficierxy substantially
(
rtr. Chi.w 'lmw. iVXlid )v-- SardiinIJi'I Ha'ia ddo ct. il ; the forms above prescribed. The certificates of enf.
)
( ) J 'i :, .i I r1te: Pin :;C J3 From Tampa to Old Fort Mellon, 110 miles and
Pluia r.n3 Fi.rarcd rr.adni dq qii (',* ,. rJP ., l, .icla. PMTVfd <2rni-4--.ijidTaii: I : (C'i:riatit, Aj'i'le antlQuimi-! I. !!% K.'ui"in. Prune. Pie Fiuits, Fariiii, Kick, oi.ee a we.k. \ ficieney must be signed by a poet master, or A judge or

d fo dj dn Bluckdo ; Gteiarhitwa, ( 41 ) di ii %.t llIIigtiII Cuid (d. (Cofoa, I ri'Illt, Chixiilat'! *, I J'li .da I Bntt'' <-r, )l-liilisli J ).iiy Clut-r", Sai e.. diinl I'ei.i.Vl.ite. Beai. Kie**, Leave Tampa Monday at 6 a m ; clerk of a court of record.
App c Vm.-:jir. Tue J'l.n.f JVii.t. PLI(! and N 1 Vhit'Ju.I.. F-n White lU.iled Linseed Od. Pet For Form of bid
Pans Printed A d > Palm <*.'> dolo 1. Qtio.s's ( .ti d., Sj-f-rin 1i.., Ciinphiie) Burning Fluid. 1'owifcr Mid S.'j.it. (;Suauo, Solace, Scnr.if.ilatUt. C see general adrcrtisem for Virginia,North Carolina,

< Plain and! Plaid; Pontr.edour Grcnadinee, 1 d) Cithr.avitr (l() i (.Sii.ikiii?:, ; Tba(v>. Suuif. SaiMiparilla, Ht1herrv &ml! L %mcn t>}iup. ant! crv nthcr g'-od drink, "tact the Leave I'tn Old; Fort Mellon-Thursday nt 6 n m ; Ac., of January IS, 1861.

do Orodo Khiite Silk.do (i ''White Linen 1)rilhng) di -' Iur4im'ii" Arrit e at Tampa next Saturday by 6 m.23Gi JAMES CAMPBELL
) 100 B"Xf. SUJMT Spgar 50 Boxes Cl."i'c Tobacco 15 J JziTeis and CO d.. Is'ew Orkans 500 Bashel p
Painted and Plain Mu'.1n.!!! do Iaey do (hI) (Iii Wt-fci/Tii, C'-rn.; \ Syrup *. From Tampa to Old Tampa Bay.and back,once March 11. 1854. 4t 10 Postmaster General $k5iI
d(> d' do c d.
Orjnndie I'laiii
(14) (1. week.

i ..f ..ur pi..ritstov'.k. llOWJKLaSi; A St'O'IT.hS. propose rrn'
do Plain and ,
Embroidered R.el.xp, 4 1ttOiiale ,]. .' 35C7; From Fort Dade, by Spriugfield.to Bay Port, -

do EmirvMei Rud Dotted Sw' s.Ladies1 ; (1) JL.avy Siip'r fl'se.Ta Dtie doS ), 18rl. 12j ----- -- -. I and back once a week. j Fresh Groceries and Prorlslois,
-- ----
Collars 6tc.da Bidder? will state distance and propose schedule. AT JAMES B. GAMBLE'S OLD STAND.
Gentlemen's Vests Extensive Assortment of [
&c. JIu
j dvar aud Cutlery.ami Proposals to commence at Pierceville, instead

Iu.s1 tnttt'h1ere1 do .IunCUar., Rich Bl.ak Saiiu S. B. Vestdo -, SPUIA.D<; SIMI3ILU GOODS 1uiyis Fik Pn and! Pocket ICiJvc O'ms of Fort Dade, will be considered. B. C. LEWIS .

do Chenii/ett*, do do I). B. dodo ---- Shot Poiii'lw.J. Powilt-r Flanks sosi l Oani<> Bugs.Trunk, 3563; From lcthorpc. Ga. by Culhbert,. Blakcly, ,.

do -do UnJer .eeves, i cb Silk S. B. dodo ) pe.-lf.ly.: ci.ll th.- fl-i):. Dli K.rand Pad Lok.. ,Cast Steel Spades itmISh<>vU and Wood ville, Ala.,to Mariana, Fla., 15u >iJei HAS just received and u opening for nit u *bov.
Jo
do Jlonifon< Hanitii, Collars and Sleeves. do do D. B. dodo HiiKA'It.STw.mld! tuid fri 4'tl'Ir t-> I tln-t-x-j et -, Ctlni'i'I'! -., A jren. Planes! Cut-nails, and back,once a week. entire new stock Groceries SOd Provision*;

do Mutrse] Ilallts lo and Sleeves, I Fancy* Silk s. B. d.. I I'liiivc iia.i! t; ttlulal.i <)! Intent of Sprii.[ n'itl Suuimer'tmiiN I'] Iron. l>l.-u-ksniitir.H IMIow*. Jlainmern, An\iU. SfewtsIHIIC Leave Ogletborpe Monday at 5 a m; which aro at casb prices Jor cai& only. TLa.SUMlc


impure Frc'nch Lace JInblle
do EnplL-h do Jo rnJ Sleeves, do do do 1)). P. do <; Bb'-k! : i (.\.: )rc<' Alpnrca Snk fc Froik C-at-.j, Chain-4, Ac, Ac. Arrive at lethorpe next Saturday by 8 p. m. Lard, Rice, Fga Cider, -

do llnuiton do do Fancy rjo do SB.do dodo .. .4 .' IAO.I lr Groceries. :5G9 From Stillepica to Finholloway, 20 miles and Flour, Sugars. Kut. Vinegar

do Maltese Lice do Co'lars dii I do" d.) do ]). B. 4 ('. ette I' I Snsar, T. nt, C-la-f. llu-e. Be-t Pale OtarJ Branjdy back, ows a week. Faun, Molaeses, Whiskey Tobacco,

French do do do Plaid Linen D. Iiclo do 44 4' Drap D'KtuMinco (11.1! live Whiskey. Ilectitit-d Whiskey, Gin lttit ,. Leave Siillepica! iloudayat 5 a to; Coffee, Soup*. Wines Cigars.

(3, M.'urntg doL'ice Plain Linen D. B.do doCamprachy 1 J \Virw. Slu-rry :nid, 5l.uiia! T l>acco. Snuff. Cigars.I Arrive at Finholloway by 12 m. Mackerel, Candles, Brandies, Teas
Embroidered fillk 1). B. .' .. Leave Finholloway Monday at 3 m Pepper JS'aik Cod
deGent's p Ketchup, FWv
dt) do (i'irizi'tf., PJ.-tolj, 'I I'aiiflles, and > > ip. With a variety of other art cks '
4o Plain LIIIMI (Vat?, .4 Draj. D'Kte .. ( too uin>rirtisi to iTit-nt b'w. Arrive at Sliilepica by 9 p m. Cheese, Sardines, Sweet Oil, rotato.

d//% he do Phid do dodo .' Clotid.-d I Jlr-S''o: a' 'TftlLilui--f! March 18, 1854. 11 Dried Beef Butter. Shot, Cracksrs,

do do I'ndcrblceve, ( Russia do do \V.ilhte.. Cloth Jr"cl Cuat ISSTUCTKHfS.Emlrieirg Dri'd A pples,Piga Feet, Powder, CUreC' .
do Colliii
dd Lloen s. Bo\s Fancy Marrcillcs Ve't., 'I Ciiaviii,a ft conditions to be incorporated in the eon- Peathes Potash, -

Cambric 1kbit and Slecvw. r do Plain do doGents' 4. 1)14 II1'.II .- .' .4 Dry Goods, &c. tracts to the rftent thejtpai tment may derm proper March 4.185L 9

Ladles' and Misses' Bonnets. 1 Fancy Ginphvn I UfT rt'eivii! j -r P.ri S.unpnon from New York, -
and Eoys' Hats. 1. Seven minutes are allowed to each, intermediate Cora Cora.
JJieb Straw Brown, White .v CoVd Linen .J en :assortment uf Douitbtics, Fancy Oood-s lc.Ac., ,
sb BelgrJ Cord Bonnets Hal: While mid Bull'Miirf.ilUxs: I.' xIbittn.rGuIglianI' office, when not otherwise specified, for asserting the 200) SACKS PRIME WHITE CORY, for tab!
do 4 3'qianga (1(1 mail R a LEWIS.
ittil 1 C.ilkes.Iri"'i forca'bby
fahoycol'd Welting
do* Satftg"P& do Halo, Brown Liiirn .. 4' and, I Ulersched Sheetings and SLirtings 2. No pay will be made for trips not pcrfiwmcd ; Mareh4,1554. 9 i
< o French Lice do 4) of such otuia-ions not .
Texas nut! fir each satisfactorily explained -
Campeonhy Hafu, Black D'F.to P.i.t from three to ten <. w i.le,
]Ii* do do nod Satin Straw Bonncl. French Le Wu do 4. Drap" Elastiguc i lli Lin.u. juarteisIi I'rou n IJnuis, Hollands, three times the pay of the trip may be deducted. Coflff. 2r r
do Rutland
Straw
k Boiinvti, English do dodo MciJno InmnakTitbIe Linen For arrivals *> uf behind time as to break SACKS RIO COFFEE 20 do.Java, far ulby
< > H.ir >nee Braid* dltiM 20
mails and not '
with sufficiently
connexion ,
depending
'ijo ngbbh tritw (1( ETgili Straw (145 QiiemV Cloth '-4 Ten quarter linen *ln>ctin jt B.OLEW1.

.atraw Cord dodo Boys Palmetto '4Vhiite and fan y L'INHI Drill P81)15, J'litiitfi linen and Drilling excused, one fourth of the compcniJitioa for .the trips March, 1851. 9
be ordered
forfeiture. Deduction will also
Ber&te <]odo do I Campeachy dodo Blue aiil l French ('i.t ti made, Checked LiiM'ti, subject to -
St41w Cord do Leghorn !k for a grade of performance inferior to that specified in Floar.4 -
and Satin Straw j Brown and Bleachi-d Jean Draweri. Cambi hbii ting, .
Bouoet.
kind
of
toe
do French Lace IkmtuU do Pedal Straw do IJnen B<* New Yrk .Mill the contract. For repeated delinqnences -
om Shivls. Meiino, Un enlarged penalties, proportioned to
Jlicb ArtiJickl Spr g Men Super Moh-idvin Hats, Gents hioiiablc BUu-k s'ilk bEats New YoiJc MiiU! Cottounde. herein specified, JLV lubalf Barrels Exlrs Gcnesee, t I.
thereof and the importance of tie mail,
do do IOKC{ Buck dodo Golden 4' '4 the nature maybe
IVaver
dodo Diab Beaver I ALSO Fremb k-iwns. Printed JaconoU, 60 Extra St. Louis, ,
do do ROATS Silver do I Black fur !)rab bru-h J'lain and Satin liiire made. tx 4 .
and Pearl J Iat. stripe e, thit SO Superfine Obio.-.lbriavby 'I-
behind off mam.
or throwing or
do Orange Flower WrfiMlis, 4iMC' Ri.linsr YLtt Boys Black A fancy eol'd Wool A Fur luwsuth Huts, Piintwl Orenadine. Oipmulies, 3. For leaving for the admission of March 4, 13-I. 9 ''R C. LIWI5,3
of tlm. ,
do
do Inride Bunches Blootuers portion passengers
of
Bud -
Infants fancy Pearl Hats, S.th and lionm-t Hibbon, any I- '
lo Gild nnd do Frenrh for being concerned tn getting up or ruuniwp an express
< SilveredWreuths Law or '
F1ft Oanre Trim mini;*, Bacon aid- P rk, '
Straw Fancy Goods. conveying commercial iotelligeivse ahead of the 'I

Ladies' Gloves, rmnIIg4. Ribbons of all ntialili-s Bonnet, Cap. While and Hand French mnde.Eiiirciitle black, bilk Cotton Mitt*. mail, a quarter's pay may I be tkdueted. 10 CASKS Bides, _x-_ '

Alexander's! Kid Gloves, Gents' Gloves. K.l..red Satin: liiblou, Jllack, White aud Colored J're'nch Corsctt log 4. Flues will be imposed, unless the delinquency be 4 4' Ham. -. ;,. I

do Silk do .MexandeM Rid C.ln',11 Velvet liibboiii. promptly and satisfactorily explained by certificates 2 Shoulder,,
nnd bliortVhalebone. Ac &e.
.
Long
the ntiidnvits'of other creditable 20 bbls Mew Pork.
Silk or
of
Kid Glove d postmaster
Badjeaux Ladies
*, t Dress Goods For nale by 0. A J. MF.0 1XXISS.
do Silk da Ba.ljetux Kid dodo ConKisting iu pat t of pewon*. for failing to arrive in contract time ; for neglecting 10 Prune Pork. B. C.
March 1854. 4t
Cadenitux Kid do do r.Si'tBadineaux Plain and piiirtcd, Kmbroidered I. 18. 11 to take tlie mail from, or deliver it into, a post Msreh4.1854. 0 .
IWIM
do Silk do Kid dodo Black nnd 2d Monrniujr. office? for Buffering it (owing either to the wwuitnble- Tobacco.BOXES : I,.

Bcaudin's Kid dodo do Silk Plain, Pi jut('(I nnd Kmbroidi-red Lime LimeII! neal of the pkee or manner carrying it) to be injured .

Silk do Itoiudin's Kid rlo Blak, \\hite, nd! Coloifd Jaoimet Organdie, frCASKS\ fiesh lime landing per SeLL Jlag- destroyed, nibbed or lost; and for refusing, after of Various Grade fori1 rf irB.

Gcrvais 1 Co's. Kid GIn eg. ( do Silk dodo Bl.wk and 2d Mourning aud Colored '- \J \J Dolt and for #ule.McNAUGHT. demand, to convey the malt as frequently as tie cuo- 'J pain. All for cash.Marth4 C LEWIS!
Gcrvais Bire"t-s: *
& ,
Co's. Kid t ORMOXD. other 1854. '9
dn Silk do Gloves' Black Colored, nnd Embroidered TinMiotT tractor rui. f
TAdhe' Super Silk Mitts do Silk do Plain and Printed Hrrnatny, Newport March 11. S54. KRice. > The Postmaster General may nnnulaJw contrast '
Cents Super Lined Berlin f failures to run agreeably to contract; for New Goodi. -
Miuse''do do do rlve. Blnck and 2d Mourning and Colored >r repeated
do do Lisle Tin ead (JloTe GLgharn? di'obej the Post Office laws, or the instructions of -
Ladies'MU of all uig
do .
do qnaiitis.EIing
)csfMiswss do do Gloves, butt fingered, do Norway Gituntlcti and In ertinr* of nil tke department ; for refusing to discharge a carrier p _JUST New, York fiq usorMu
do do do do Bucksk'in Glove descriptions, in liercr?, half tierces and barrels now landing the to do wfor o i'
do Ixm *, Colored Parasol and 1'arauet, RICH when required by department as- Boots, Shoet, 4fCn tar W
f do do do do Beaver dodo I Ma-'iiolio. Alsfl Middling or broken sides, the contract without tho assent of the Pout .Spriag !
4
; p r Silk Glovw, Mf! fitigered Black and ld! Moun.inf Parasols and Parasolet] MrNAUOUT! A ORMOND. nigning Summer wenr. ,/
Super Antwerp Glove. for role ly master General ; for running an express as aforesaid *
Lei' \ *
Norway Gauntlet I Cl'ivc (.f all dePcriptillu4, 14 10 Geatleinen'* Tow Calf fiew d BooU,
March 11
do Cotton ,
T L do Collnro aLd Vifciltcs Newport or for transporting persons or pwiagea tonv Ingmailubk' :' Patent Leatbr
: CapeH.
with; a grent ni1ety I Spring of the mail. *pT ,,,
and lieulifhpd ofctlier article*, curb as Embroidered Handkerchlcfe, Plain Corded Liucu Cambric Handkerchiefs, matter oU 'k.LatlQg CICgTeM ( t ;
Rice.SIX : .
General order
tad wdc"t1sinsllkr8Ind"rCleird! IIudr<'h'tf'5'' Cuits huh Th'y" &*, Linen and (ji! Sid l I Tho Pontmaster may sa increase fLadies' Oo'4 Qwinier4
cod Eleache4 < 11iicrv. I.v iud hjsc Cott do.. Ladict < cry. Tiercei fresh Cnroliua R'K?<% jn t rfceived from service on a route by allowing therefor a pmr taincivnee' **
Lhien Iioe. Gcnti Vravn nnd Blenched, Linen flrowii I Ladies Sudd] ?. Velvet and Plush sent, rle tou. BERRY A- ROWLE8.Macli on the contract pay;, Ha may 'ebaoge -the I. LZ) . '
Half :
; Hce LiJk Lteii
da 3orpiij rind G. nts TJndcnMc t Gents Gsteia1,, .
CMj),. ot. R.ndy ) ade Llncn biflsn4 LaShirt I Patent Leather. Eutnnl Saddles, 11. 1351. 10 schedule of arrivals mid departure; without increase ,,
(It Collars, Gente and Boys Hendy-Mnde '
sery irkty tiid Stvhe & itt ClUtLnf, I Spanish doe -not eurtnil the ,
riroTtdnH jntof
of -iwn
Ca1), Snljaj ,
rn4 Lutetiing nbb; Iii ctetC1o I pnv A coit, iiortnt vj tfmet
Tadde "
7 dt1CflptOfl, JAj$ I4dg, Featbq > **<7| *, A ff I'II lii \.f CT"T Tenne.Peo M ,-T I time. He rnay.alaortrder an increase nf Boj ad Ch ren
:'C''" I 1 running speed, .
Applique jftft &ui i ? "< Palm Leaf Fans. Ladies andMi p Pj-rasoK Lnceandte I 'bUf.FQt ** ,, .* < the ris'tncJions Shoes. ';ALSO, --4i
allttwiog.within, of the law
*
"" Grccinet .. he a trrala
'Iii tna t4itber Shawls, WTate ExubrokJcred Silk MaatlcR, Scarfi nd U *' Lades' f reach Corsets-
witba Isue J ccAnqIvte stock of Ppnmsh! j -. ATTORNLY ATAwMONTICELLOJEFFERSOc' iocrcase of pay for the additional stock or cnniers, ,

'try rcd4 rrtcc&li d niue for'yourecbW IIow4ee trig GowJ' ,of etcry description ; all ofuhich I I, Bridles' Pabut Leather Quilted Chamois 8
&1iI4JS1.:! 13 ? Martingals. 3nggy and of ed the (I. ik J.

Lo S TCOS. Jl! cfclCHLOW 4 EKOTJIEES. j.!Whip, Valises; C.rpti Bjgo.'S, &c. C&rriige AlchiB, i i1 iI increase T f p relinitdsh contract bv giving heb 4, 1884- t') -' !! 74


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: _. JUDKWS -W WATCHES, ClOOKS 4-- .AHD JKWJCL&Y.TOWLB I ATTENTION LADIES. SEWING '1.--

, ,and tf call attention to the .
and line your elegant assortment 01 .
now receiving on
',York &ARE their Fall supply of Goods reeihedptr Waeiua," and adapted to yew 1 JCftIl'IIW1d.JtlDbt

) GOODS to which they would repectfnllv sole use. WHICH bate aequir.d is 11. ,

For ilir Complete Cnrra of Congli call the attention of the public: ID an putI 01 the ,,,
Isr'
Gold Lever Tobias Edgings and Inserting .rf .rief y ef Sewing ase sw
tolil? 1.iflu..aizis. A ilirnn BIOIIchtll.s Hunting by .at U. "l
pilin; of Blood, and nil 1M. E. D. J JMOn SWISS Ed'ngs Ins'ngs. Maltese Edging. nab price of 05B JlU.DBED 1. '
dear
oilifr IViuc Compluiuls lending to a II a II Josh. Johnson Valeuciue 'profit from lbs Me 01..

'' Consiimptiuii.T111S ) Gentlemen's Open Dial Gold Levers SmyrnaM M Real a "00 to $1000 a jear<*M.&C .

CHERRY _AND LUNGWORT Ladies Gold Hunting Levers,by Arnold,Davis&Co, Saxony Smyrna ;Flouneiofft. dow aWe or'
l\ 44 'a a Cooper & Co, Blonde a'Wbite wU>'to erf Ow atUoCo. eIl'll J .
rom
t. TUB ctax or
;?t Watches of all descriptions ticnlarly to QB|PwM.MacbI'e ...
< Cragte Colds Hoarsness Spitting$ pre p ration is getting into ue all over .,
Silver Hunting Levers Goods.
Tables fcir "
The nUI1It'rUlJo letters we receive fnmi Wilk a _
cT ft)*! Kigfct Sweats Asthma Silver Hunting Anchors. Lepincs, and common :
our .nrioue. agents inftirin'mg us of cures effected ii Watches and Marble Mantle Clucks.JEWElRY. JACONET Camlirice Swiss Muslims This instrument M eo admirable ia I1L1. .
Uer CMMlatelf and their immediate neighborhoods, warrant us iu sayingit a, Cheek 44 BtlOk"Striped so perfect in its operalion.and .

i. one of the heft, if not the very best Cough Medicine Quar. a. Nainsook unqualified apDval tf, nealt.J. _
I dONSUMFTIONTVKATH now before the public. It almost invariably relievet and Low Fine Gold Cliatalain Chain", Bracelet, fine Coral, Fig'd CoI'd" Curtain art bewwg uachincrj. ,For _

and not nafrequenlly cures the very worst cases Pearl and Gold Bosom Pins Ear Rings, Cuff Pins. Linen Bishop's Lawn. ia the only mactiue that
TVKATH: etui be anJ has been prevented in thonr have failed Cuff Buttons and can make a t* .
When all other cough preparations Finger Rings; Gentlemen's Gold remain distinct and beautiful
after wadW
i;? f \- aanilt of easee by this nnture't ovn rnedu tbw has relievcxl! ihe patieuts, as Druggits. dealers in Fob Vest and Guard Chains, Seals Buckles, And Mourning Goods. ; and every tort of leather 1.1or

t1 JUDSOTS CHEMICAL EXTRACT OF CHERRY Medicines and Physicians can testify. Ark the Agentin Keys. Gold Thimbles, Gold Pen and Pencil Cases, king-Mattrtne .
AND LUNG WORTH.-This medicine i unlike most has ', Tooth all wool de Lames, Black Satin, and all Sewing J '8laAt
your nearcet town what been his experience ol Picks Gold Pens, Gold and Silver Spectacles I BL'K STRENGTH OF
''jt.]; .f.the patent remedies of tlie day it the result of the the effects of this medicine. If he baa been selling it Rockers Double Eyed Silver Spectacles Silver and Pearl] Bombazines, Hair Crape, of this machine SEAM IS REQUIR"GIIW'

earaful: sfWy and erpcrimrntr of scientific and rxmtrimctd for any length of time bei ill tell you Card Cues, Silver and Inlaid Porte Monaies. Boquel 'a Fig'd Silks, French pie in itt construction eanaot be equalled 1& h as .
44 and
Watered do much
Pht/tieldtt. The two principal ingredients English more
IT IS TIlE BEST MEDICINE Holders Fans Papier Neaclie Desks Port Folios and and easm7y
M'long been known and celebrataL EXTANT. "I'Wo do M'nrog Sleeves! A Collars. _operated than any. other. _
Albums
Flower \
Tea
WILD CHERRY BARK.-When the strength athis Below we give a few extracts from letters we have lor and asea, Trays Girandoles, Par Hereafter we shall be prepared to supply a

' U 1"p'rl1.ztl dtJ is the best medicine known received lately regarding the virtues uf this medicine. ther Clusters Passage Table Lamps Mats Globe., Pocket and Chimneys Fea Surveyors Handkerchief ofSewJJIf maehioe.-eaith perfect sHI ioanph.:-It.1 ,.
Compasses, kind at the
for the.worst Coughs and other Pulmonary d'uu Dr. S. S. O.lin of Kuoxville Ga I have following tub prices.
canoe says :- Chains one Field Compass House Tea and Emb'dn'dlfa. Ladies Hem St'd H'd'kfs.C'brie .
'which the ,
ittfloseno the and enables the sufferer to LADIES 1. Needle and shuttle?
sass pUefrm en utling your Liverwort and Tar very extensivelymy Hand Bells.SILVEU. Tape Bordered a. macilo of preaeot .
expectorate easily and alone will cure the worst cold pactict f
: L' or eoh,whkh it n gected! always leads to Oonsurop- _: that I state my belief in its superiority over all .RUST. Silver Table Dessert and Tea Spoons, Butter Collars & Sleeves. 2. eedk and shuttle macl1m oVpreteei* '

Ken.LUNOWORTH. '*i'r articles with) which I am acquainted for whicl' Knives and Silver Cups Plated Tea Sets, Baskets I' style oo iron_ frame. ......... ..... .ins
TliU Ik the virtue R'D CoUar1Embroidered a.Weedle .a.L *
a of Sleeves
plant riM"'pi5i 4 ti'h-d Castors Urns, Fruit Stands, Waiters. Butter Dishes'and 'EM --6
: w.*ca are known to but few it nos been said! by the estate of Mourning Laos .
Candle
Messrs. .Bennett.writing from Waynesvllle Sticks Silver Plated Forks iSSSMrtfssS i
FitEgerald Table Dessert 5
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County M
4.. most learned men of all times that *nature has pro. and Tea Uouiton Setts of Sleeves fc Collars.
K C. The Liverwort and TAr are becoming Spoons.
:-
vid.4 a remedy foresch, and every disease," and thedteeoveries daily say more popular in this country and W'P will be'r. Fine Double Barrelled Guns, Shot Pouches and otherhightsewj} ........J
that are doily made go to prove its truth.Zmw.riA Powder }Fla-k. Eiuli Silks, et cetera. 6. do. threaded ',; -
,
think justly en All who have tried it commendably l Caps Gun Wads. Cleaning
it donbileit thr remedy &*igved by nohirtjvr fr'aK ; requested fine sacks, and carpet baft,....TT.TT'tlM
ItetJA.
of it. nnd say it h very ( ahk.vioting Table Cutlery, with or without Forks Carver Silks. White Satins
I.. Coni>mip'ion. Its healing properties lire the cnmplttuit fur which it is recunimcndcd.! ; ., ",' tine pocket Cutlery Clt l all descriptions: fine GLACE Silks, Black" 6. do. threaded machines fur shoe w"
tryly) wonderful, aud the rapidity with winch it cured Scissors and and leatber .tit inr'. ..... .....
Our Agent in Pickens Dibtuct, b. C, Mr. S. R. Mc- Shears Walking Cm es. Accordions, FI..rtnf'e" Crape Liessee.Bl'k ,11 fl'
j '. the worst cases of Ulcerated Lungs toothing and rub Fall. a--eures u that he tI".tit with eieat benefit in Flutes, Violens. Violen Bows, Yin en and GuitarStrings JoIJt'd" Tarfetons ass'd Co}. 7. cl"o. threaded machine whfeapparattte

_ c, duaac all irritation almost immediately, is a proof of hisvn f.imilv nnd iveommcndi it tit his neichUir" Razor. Razor Strop LnlnnV Extracts Co Bl'k Ward White Silk Illusion, to bind ruattras,ctc.... ........ua
adaptation to this disease These two articles earnbinrfwith Lavender Brown Windsor anti l BrocnJ a, 8. do.threaded machine of extra tut fun-
logne. Yankee Bl'k"
He gives nn instance of u negro woman: in his vicinity Os'bgs Sha-
r1l:. other purely vegetable ingredient form a who had been puffering with disease of the lungs for vmir' Roan". Oero1n rn.852. 43 White Wat'd Blonde Nett. quilting coat linings... ....... .jjyj
- ; medicine that Is certain cure the worst cases of Conetmption ,I 9. do. threaded machine of larger size tf'
war<, attended with severe cough who was relieved
if taken l before the fcufTenr i is ; PREMIUM COTTON GINS. quilting extra sized
entirely pros by the Liverwort and Tltr. Ribbons & Trimmings. linings. .... .f.tt
trated. Do not be discouraged trial can do no h.inn. of (he Columbus 10. do. threaded marhinet adapted to lap '
; T. TAYLOR & CO.. Proprietors -
T Suh are the rr"d reports we hear of this medicine and I
Lut will convince the most sceptical it real worth. E BONNET & Sash Rib'ua Black Silk Fringes scorning coat sl *vft, fic,. ..
from nil part? IIf the South. For a icpoit of the Mir- ; Cotton Gin Manufactory, have !he sitlaction d Satin Worsted J I. ....*.*i a'
THOUSANDS Zephyr Embroidering Machine
OF CONSUMPTIVE PERSONS
<< loannounce to their patrons and the Plan. making aa oraa-
i it has in tLeVestcrn N..rtll-,
hive been deceived medicines nising eurcP pcrfonncd Velvet. Cup t Bell II Worsted Bindings.Silk mental 1 stitch with two thread.
repeatedly buviug era generally, throughout the Cotton growing region .... .Iuo
em and Eastern; States we would invite the eultcii'i} ? Plains, *
which said tube .but which hove Braids assorted White A O l'd Bobbin 12. Machines of!large size for
.t:! were infallible cure* patient to read the pamphlet which. accompanies caclibottle. ) U that they ale prepared to supply any number Sewing a..o-
proved only pallitives but this medicine i It not only To all we .un! hope have hope I l of I heir celebrated PREMIUM GINS. White Silk Fringes, Snake Cord "
pallitive but a cure for iitcemtrd lung. It rontaiuHIK say Where these Gins have been once used, it wouldbe apparatus complete from ._.. ."00 to #1500
'7 ) dek'terou Drug* nnd one trial will prove its atn4 TRY THE MEDICINE I deemed unnecessary for the Manufacturers gay Gloves & .Mitts. Machines will be fitted for any unusual pecnbtritv

; : hhing efficacy better than any assertions certificates BE WARNED IN SEASON, a word i inlheir favor, as I they feel confident I Inc machines til'i ass'd and colored Kid Gloves, of work on reasonable tcrmst The Jfachiaee are st

,. in curing Consumption and all diseases of the Lungs nnd neglect not that cough which i is daily weakening have been brought t<> such perfection, that illy' ..In LADIES II Silk curelr packed for transpirtation to any part of tie

IA' and Liter, such Spitting of blond. Cmightpain in vour constitution irritating your throat and! lungs and heir superior performance will recommend them, UI :'1 Beaver world, and I full printed instructions! for using and

tht id' and ch"t. night-twr'att, iLc. d'f.Caution. inviting (In that dread disease Consumption, wheu sowithin" in preference toallottierGinsnow in use. For the Cashmere a.'a ing them in order are furnished with Neb m ..UL.r& ,

.-To protect our own u well as the Con. .. ) "ml henli" q romedv ran 1 loe obtained as Dr. satisfaction ol those who have riot used the Gin, Buck Gauntlt'tll.OJ Machine needles Silk twist on spools_2 eord I IBS*

roroptive sufferers we art obliged to cant'on nil to find Rogn.STUP 0 of Liverwort ohd Tar. [ anti art unat.qd uted withiheir rppnlal ion.I h Proprietors Bl'k Silk MiUiI.II thread, h'.always on hand! and for sale.lowest cat*

the signature of COMSTOCK & BROTHER on the BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS need only say that the FIRST Premiums Worsted price Principal Office, No. 32: Broadway, N.Y-
1g. wrapper, without this it iI worthless counterfeit. J e. [ have been awarded to them for the BEST GIN ex- Oa'tnber29.j83. 45 BRANCH Omen:-57 South Fourth Street. PhuV
,
: rmmler tLia.OARLTON'S ind llafoe imitations. The genuine ni-lid. i is feigned hibitedat I the Rrtai Slate Fair held at A:lanta, Geor. delphia. 159 Baltimore Street. Baltimore. 47

LINIMENT FOR THE PILES Ac. ANDREW. ROGERS, on the engraved whipper aiuuiM gia; also at the Alabama and Georgia Agriculluial AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO. over Street Boston. 197 Elm Street. Cincinnati.Eaa

-It. is now tIled in the principal hospitals, and in the a1i] little.Pi 1 ) and Mechanic's"Fairheld at Columbus; and at (the TIlE undersigned) Agent of the above Company LM. SINGER co..
-ice Si l per bijttL' or six l otiles fur f5. Soul annual Fair of the South Carolina Institute, at receive March 18, 1854. 11
5 ;: private praatiee of our country by an immense mim application for and make insurance 3m
a : bet of individuals and families first rind most certainly wholesale .nd retail by SCOVIL ct MEAD : Chaileston. The Cotton ginned on there Gin received against loss by Fire. on Brick and Frame Buildings
Sole agents fur the Sotithra Stiites. to whom oil the first t Pieinium at the exhibition held in
for the cure of the PILES and also extensively Furniture Merchandize &c.
fF and effectually aa to baffle credulity unless where its ,dors and applications fur Agencies must beaddrcst- [ Uharleston.Sotith Carolina.anh.i every Fair where January 20,1853. 4 B. C. LEWIS. Wakulla Iron Works .

; effects witnessed Externally in the ed.Sold sample of Cotton from I hem have been exhibited. NEWPORT, FLOBIDA.
ff are following complaints
.
also bv D. II. Am'.. TWnrml t. s
:-Dropiy fivflliiig JtJuwnatikm, Acute or Notice.17E Establishment it now in full
|
Nah) L Co.. Tl\lIl1hmee W. Rogers t from Planter Cotton Brokers Commi THIS operatica. i
; < Son Clmttacee flue certificates -
Chronic immediate SIITI' 7'1lrMr. Bmh't, will be attended to with
giving tallf',
will make Cash Advances Sea Island Cot- promptness lai
bucee F. Baltzell Marianna Jordan and Manufacturers on
A ioti Merchants of CottonGoodstetifyingthat
7 : Rpraint, Burnt, &c. Saret and &7rrn-Whether ; ; David. J OS. s> ,, all work done with neatness and '
'S dispatch.All
ton w>n i igned to Messrs. James Gadsden & Co,
A. H. the of the Gin
fresh or of long standing and fever sores Its son. Qtiiey; WiID NeW'pr; Samuel PuDK. performance I kinds of work such as Steam Work Mill
operation and the le them, be of Charleston, to those of our friends who wish to try TTork,
> produced by cannot
sani ?
| ex
adults and children in reducing rheumatic Gin) Gearing. Sugar Mill Circular Saw
upon that market J. GEO. ANDERSON & CO. MachirjfSj
i swellings, and loosening coughs and tightness of the LI u.ry 1 I. I .:3. 4-I.ow_ 'elpdl.all'orders:for Gin Gin ever', given manufactured.All either to our. travelling October 15. 1853. 41 6m [Sentinel. Shafting Pulleys, Hangers, Plough Castings Bras*

rltest by relaxation of the parts, has been surprising Castings. ..; also Sugar Kettles of any six*, kept
}ryond conception. The common remark of those MARCIIISrSCATBOUOOHf or local Aguits, or Inrwarr'ed to the Proprietor* by Insolvent Estate Notice. constantly vn banaL AU work done in such SB establishment
will receive attention. Gin.
-'.. who has used it in the Ptltt, is *'It acts like a charm." nail. always prompt I will be dune by us. with a particular regard
It ELEHATtL ( will be sent to any part of the counlr), and warranted STATE OF FLORIDA )t to the and of the work.
it virrantfd to please f ny person that will try it. ( ) strength durability .
. w Caution.- Never it"unless find the facsimile to dive sati"flrtit.n.JUS. i Madison i County. j) Competent Workmen always in readines to pet
buy you t 1'f" (TUE n. RUFFf'U'! -"V M r L JUTTO.V, Aeent, Tallahassee.! up
I. signature of Coiustock L Brother proprietors ) IL PATTEBSON, ex-officio administrator Engines, ..e; .
("lnmh, G. Match 20. 1" '. U JOHN
lva
: )
. ;'.. oe the wrapper.DEAFNE3S.Use. it 1 TSTANDpre-em. ( Armstrong deceased Laving this day filedin I Terms will be liberal and all work doss strictly toe

. ; Dr. LARZETTS ACOUSTIC J. iOtnt fonts curative the Probate Offhe of saul County a wrltensugijes- cash, or accepted orders mi Sume business firm in the
' _._ I power in all the Notice. gegti-m that be believes said estate t<, be insolvent : place. Tallahassee or Quincy.
OIL, tm tbe cure of Deafness. Also all these disagreeable \1
4t.r' notMi like the buzzing of insects falling of tl I' diseases for which it is SIX Months after date, I shall present my final ac- It is th'rffbre otd'rtd That all persons having Liberal prices paid for old Iron. Copper and BrxlL
,
E water whixung of steam which are symptoms of approaching ._-i : : recommended, called and vouchers to I he Honorable Judge of claims aeainst said estate do appear and file the same AU letters must be addressed (post paid) toM. "

deafness. Persons who have been deaf fur -.- FEMALE OOM. Probate for Jefferson County, as executrix of Wil in the office aforesaid authenticated in the manner IL POND A CO.

twenty years and were subject to use ear trumpets, PLS.Of Ham G. Clark, late of raid County, deceased and ask prescribed by law,on or before the 1th day of August January 21. 1854. 3 Newport, Fla. -
j "b these fir a dismission from my itdminfstration of the said 1854. ALEX. MCDONALD.
P : have after uuug oe bottle. been made well are Prolapsus
z. TO OWNERS OF AND DEALERS IN HORSES. Uteri. or Falling ( ) Estate EMILY CLARK. Executrix Feb.4, 1854. 5 6m Judge of Probate. Manufactured Tobacco.
'
.- ', Foundtr Ointment, fcr the euro of \S'cit the Womb; Fluor, Jt'ffe",on County. November 26, I 853. 6m JUST RECEIVING a further stock of tome Kt

Founder, Split Hoof Hoof-bound Horses and Contracu ; or Whites; Chronic Infiamnti'Hi ( ) Seed Oats. Bank of Charleston.A assorted Manufactured Tobacco at low

Iliui i8 j iu ih Flet-h .v\ nn-i Ulociationoflhe ( ) GENCY at New Port. Florida. prices than it con be bought in any of the hugs n*

O- r ....... 11.-, Scratches. Cut, Kicks t Womb; Incidental 200 BUSHELS Heavy Seed Oats tHODGKLSS J\. MrNAUGrlT & ORMOND. keti North. Traders will do well to tumio*jwepbl

.. Ac. on bnraH. Hemorrhije.! ( ) : ; Caution.-All of the above nnrncd articles are old / A- or l'l"ocliim; Painful Dee. 31, 1S53. 52 52D. with prices attached to any desiring A

,f only by Comstock i Brother. 2 St. Petei's Place di. !I, -. buprr:6i..d. (Ir Irro"i.aw. 1&o. Boots and Shoes. credit to lat of April will be given where any trata-

. '*. rect'lV in rear of the AtU IIou", between Barclay'mnd'Vtiry lar Menstruation, .t(. ( ) ". ii: .A.rY es superior Calf Sewed Boots (ass't) tiLT il required. D. LADD."
"'ith ull their ; evils. (Cancer (') epte.I.) S
uceoinpittivin I SI. 1854.
kw.: .. ,'L, one dix>r from Biondwiy. New York : IMEX'S Newport, January
4'PV'-. to whom nil orders met l he directed. Also! by EDWARD no matter how s-ivcrc. or ( how Jug landing. TALLAIIASEE.1'LOJUUA.fSiJ p Kippegged. T

m:' BAR AUD only in Tallahassee! w.lill'is the The Cotholicon less far .6urpa" cs other !Inl-die'b. in being Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Men's and Don Boys calf stitched Brogana.II New Stock.
and the
more f''ltlin. xrtnEive, leaving 6\s- 1 I
r.' only wholesale! dealer fur Florida ..i.ijdill upply tcm in better Let nil persons interested .! 11 DRUGS AND MEDICINES. JA kip pegged ANEW STOCK ot well selected Drop? .ss4
: I'on.lti"n.
.' 4. ..;. eountry merchants! at the lowest pii 'ts. IlJ..Joldlol1 in euiha obtain n pampYt, -.a ,. calf half Boots, just received from Ntw TaiL
M"ntioc-lU\. Scixas, Thomatviile, Ga., medille 111 nut
A '
Eppea fi Goat Brogans, making stock cc mpt) Those wishio{ itkt si-
' t ( ') c containing ample proof i highlyB'urces. p"It,1le DveslufFi, Surgical Inxtruments my ,
; nod bv one rer!oji, in "rf-rv tntn.r I I of the harry results. of ill! me. tii .-tlnr with PEHFTMEKT Window Glass Paints, and Morocco Slippers, tieles.! will find every thins commonly kept in Dwf

! ,.' Notice.SIX ]letters from fus! chiss c\p iieiiccd] ]1I.Hia'I.: who .)iU, Vani :bw. Putty Manufactured Tobacco, and Boys sewed calf Brogans Stores A. H. WILSON'S new store Newport,Hf.
r1." I I have used it in their practice, and speak from their and Glassure.. Patent Medicines LADIES Black Patent Gaiters. Dealers in the country can do beUerJJen thee fr effi

4w.: mouths after rate I shall present niy final< own obiervntion.RcrEnrcts.Prnf.. 'ine S.a1as[ Fine Tooth) Pure Wine* and Brandies Lasting tip to New York.
! and voucher to the Honorable Judge (>f I I Dunbnr. M. D.I'altirr.r.re Md.; and Hair lruhvs! fur Medicinal) purposes 41 Kid Morocco and calf Boole, P. S.-As heretofore all Officinal Drug and a.

Prr.b.it<* "if Ji-fftTU'rti Couuty, .11 executor of the last J. C. Orrick. M. D.Baltimore. Md.; P. B. IVrkham. M.D Paint Brushes, Tan'y Articles.Gnrd.n 44 Kid ties Buskins aud Clippers, cals) warranted Pvre.
.
. i will an-l testament of George W. Johnson late of Jefferson 1 Cole'ft'd" a' Newport January 21,1854. S
! r tiel1 Y.; D. Y. Footr, M. D. Sviacuse. N. .; Seeds, Fine Havana Segar
.4., County deceased, and at>k for a di' mis ion M. H. Mil. )1 D.Rochester. N. Y4 L I>. Ho-ning, lit- has recently received per brigs Asa Sawyer and Muses Lasting Gaiters
.-t.. fruiu my extcutorehlp.: LLOYD SKANNAL 1 D" Canmdllilll. !Y W. W. .Recto. M. D. City Montuik. a Line and Fresh tupply of every variety'Pr a. Slippers and Bootees. and a general assortment Tax Collectors Sale.

1. by his attornev in fact \Vsi.i BCDD. New ; (ftt. M. D.Conwrd N. H. articles tHiially kept by druggix'ts. Planters and I of Children's and Servant's shoes. the second Monday in April next. I will .

& J.ff--.on i (..1mtv.L..OM..I fOr 15. 1853. 41 6m Pamphlets can be l.1d gratis at the drug Stores of hyoiciuns will always find ntthi"t'ttahli..Lmellt.a full Nov. 5. 1853. 44 D. C. WILSON. ON smile at the Court House in Tallabattee

the following A (:tll.P.ALIR. ) supply t.f every thing needed, and IU the most liberal SNUFF AND TOBACCO.PETER much of the land belonging to the Apalacbicola LM
Notice.
3;.;: Execute rs' BROTHER, Monticello 1 erins. Company (" Forbes Purchase') aa WIU pay UM Stale

:I months afer dati' to.'it: on Friday the 21st 8AMUFJ41tJ.FSTOS. do. Orders from the Country promptly filled and sat- LOKILURD MAXUFACTURER, and County taxes due thereon and the inddenUl epenoes. '

,.:1;: SIX of July next. I shall present to tbe Court of .. &"(. s fact ion guaranteed with rgard both to prices And :O. 42 CHATHAM ST, N. T. JOHN H. RHODES.Tax Ajeeea*;

1: c. Probate, for tn Omnty of Gndsden my account and ABEL & GRIFFIN. Apal:,cui ola.DR. quality. PhY8ic ltns' prcoenptions carefully com- for pale the following articles warranted and Collector of Leon Ciis .

' :. vouchers as Executor of the EeUitc of Reuben B. Hicks A. R BREXLEY Alligator. pounJt'ttAleO. OFFERS quality :Maccoboy.: Scotch, Coarse March 11. li64. ,10 ft

:.';'1 deceased and apply) to the Judge of sai-I Court. for al'Z : Letter addressed to Messrs. Beach A Brownson, EPPINP/S COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT French. Rn pee. Honey Dew_and other Snuffs; also, -

,9 final discharge: of which, all parties inteieeted, will Agents at Newberry C. II, S. C., by Rev. Her. C. '. OF BUC1IU. Fine Cut Tobacco in tin-f'-il and papers. A more particular Notice.
!4 ple.rnt&kunotice. BURWELL B. WILKES 8. Beard, of same State. December, 1853. fil description of the various article can be had
'5 r4 Executor of R. B. Hicks, deceased. by sending for a full price current as above. rpO protect at once the interest of the LuxJCowX
:! ;w Jannary, Hr... 6m. 3 GI.ETC SPRINGS Jan. 9, 1653. Glass, Oils, White Lead, &c. February 18, 1S54. 1 3m pany and to enable settlers who have Bet per*
, Messrs. & BRowNs-Sins: I send for ano'her bay .
DP4c
. title coaditieas lbs
.,. .. -| BOX ES Window Glass assorted sizes, chased to get a good oo easy ,
bottle of
Leon Circuit Court. My wife bal been your afflicted Iarhisi's for eleven Uterine Catlw1I.a variety tlvor.bleI will JL 00 100 kegs White Lead, pure extra .t No., Watch, Clock Repairing, &c. scriber authorizes the Tax: Collector to tell tar fft
years cash and the balance on the usual time. The AII-
' n..e(1 Oil6
barrels I.
.4 Elit&betli Holdcmes, Adm'x of j jJies of means tins been resorted to fur relie.but none I Agent I-ird !I 'HE undersigned gives notice to will ratify sales made by the and will is'
Oil
; Ilolderncss. deceaseJ. I In Chitl'pry..f Wf obtained until I received this nw you. I the citizens of Tallahassee andsurmounuling ecuta contract, with pun.
. }} Bill for specific Its influence Boomed almost there "U Kegs Zinc Paint,
vs.Christoj.lx" per magical ; was a country that.having per Settlers who have nut bought will do well toatteM
( Paint bbla. and i bbls. k
2 packngFir( ( )
" t '. Stre and Chris- furrnauce.tlaoa manifest im ro\emci.t from the day it was taken. 2 barrel Roctifwd Whale Oil. nianeiitly settled in this tity, he has opened Wutch. the sale 1 JOHN BEARD Agent of the
.! Strong.JT As there are a great mallferm'I iu our Clock and
establishment where all
'jr'., (! country 2 Train Oil, 1 U'1. Copul: Varnish, Jewelry repairing Apalachicola Land Company
.t t IIr[. .1.,v '. > :ulHVJt mac e in this canst that laboring under the affliction for which your r.licn.c spirits Turprotme ill barrels ami at rt-tnil. A kinds "f work bel<.n<;ing to that line If business will March 11.1854. 10 _
J1t. resides, of a remedy I feel it a duty to qcnrrul be with ) and I
.E \k-iuifliiir. nni l'j.l. 'r : onp, out the proposes rcfmmt'JJ i nHvirtiueut of Colors, Brushes,ansi other Piinter performed despatch on good teims. For
? t.4 Mi tl:. Circ-iit of n..rida.'Lt la tie State of lIiuil'.jr t nil tuch. CLOUGH S. BEARD.J. materials. 1. II.AM ES. the present, his shop is at Room No. 3Maanrel-Icnmse, Tax Collector's Sale.
B.Miirmsi Co.. Ceutral Depot, 304 stairs Entrance indicated Persons
: 't IM ppI: d Proprittf up a 53T .
December 24. 18::. 51 fcr
It n .'d "J. Tlint the, ,-iil I Clui-'t. j'bor Ptrido Broadway, vari- having Clocks needing repair which, they do not de ON the third Monday in April next I will offer

:,i .i.. .-r she l-i'l' f '0' ,.'s.j'! i <:"<. herein January 14. 1 654. 2 6m Cases sire to have reinovedwill be waited on at their h"us0s, at the Court House in Quiffr, ee mud
Appear Wines, Syrups, &c. I of the land belonging to the A..t.ebieoIa-ta. C.-
,1. or the sims will U taken for contested ngatn't him: by notifying me in person or by letter. All work war- '
1 t Bends and Otard Brandy, Fresh Dates, O.t-lo'orb.( I'urcliaw:)as will pay the Stale and
'" That a iu Liabilities or the Union Bank, ) '. O ILD ranted. J. SHONFELD and the incidental
Old Port, Claret, County Taxes due thereon spea8ee
l Monroe
i A" 4- 4 <> House Room No. 1, up stairs.
f some newspaper
.. f'ORaaleby C. A. JAMES M. SMIT*
COE Madeira Old Port
Juice
.1 Florida once a L 6 Stone 5th. February 11, 1854. 6 3m [fSntincL Tax Assessor & Collector of$*dsden .
Street
AT CHAMBERS, 30th J an IIfIr\. 1854. December 17. 1 658. tf Sherry, Sparkling Cider March 11, 1864. 6t 10
ttli J. WAYLE3 BAKER Judge. lO : your or- London Porter Scotch Ale Valuable Lands for Sale.

: JL True Copy-ATTEST: to con Brandy Peaches, Brandy Cherries of the lands belonging to the estate of Henry Notice.rpO -

....f ..- HUGH ARCHER JR, Clerk. Notice. in Ilatjtorry Syrup Sardines, ANY. deceased may be treated tvrjaivalely, by .
'
February 4. PS t. S 4m SIX months from date, the undersigned Executor of us with Strawberry Fresh Lobster, application to either of the Executors. protect at once the iaternt cf the latidmJ. -

last Will and Testament of John Isler.deceased us fur Lemon Shad. MARTHA. GEE. Executrix, pany and to enable settlers who have If* P*

Tax Collector's Sale. late of Leon Cunty. will present his final account. G ingrr"M U Salmon It. K. CALL. )l "** chased t.t get good titles on easy coodittaa At w1

,.j Try? virtue of authority in mo vested by law I hare and vouchers t of Probate for Leon County Ac, Pine Apple 44 Clams C. IL DuPONT. f scriber authorizes the Tax Collator to leU.' fV*

.4 JD levied upon and will expooc for tHl- before the and ask for a diLre. J. ISLER, Executor. Gauva Jelly, Preserved. Quinces, February 18, 185-1. 7 6m [SentineL cash and the balance on the usual time. Tbs Aox5T

(q) Court House in the town of Quincy, Gadsden County. January SI, 6m 3Administrator' King Crrrant do. Peaches will ratify sales made by the CulLXCioCk and will el-
'
.1fi on the third Monday in April next the following de- Dodge Sparkling Gelatine Tamarinds PFAIRBANKS' acute contracts with purchasers. '

teribcd property or ao much thereof will pay the Notice. Mangum. Flavoring Extracts Spices, PLATFORM SCALES Settlers who have net bought ..i1I.Ie..en..atWDtItbe
State and County Taxes due thereon for the year Yeast Powders, Pickles, ,tarl sole. JOHN BEABD. Afrot c/lfee
,. IX months from the undersigned Administrator Corn Starch, Salad OU, 1 Coempaay.
I "t and the pecetsary expenses incident thereto to S dat. LONG KNOWN SEVERELY TEST'ED ApaIaebieola
the deceased late of Olives, 10
1rii. o ( Mary Isler Capers, March 11, IS 4.'t
, hundred and ten acres of land, lying on Flat L County will present his fin l account and vouch Worcestershire Sauce Cocoa. : -ALWAYS RIGHT, THE AC- .
*o the Judge of Probate fur Loan aud ask English Mustard D. H. AMES. K'OWLEDGRDSTANDARD.Agent8N '
' Orttk. beloogmg to Robert Jimeret'D.HUGIl er t County, I Asa May.ad w.tra&orof Richard'
O. McLEA for a discharge. J. S. ISLER, Admiuistiator. of Tnl- December 24. 183. 61 ew York,FAIRBANKS& Co.89 Water B. Cole and Caroline Cole. and in.
January 21, 18 .'. 3 i M. Cot, i.
Tax Collector fur Oodwen County. ( tliat FRESH GARDENlBEEDSfGROWTH February 25, 1854. 8 6m his own right and Margaret :
'October 15. 1863. 41 6na_ to lerl wife' said; AsaMay, Complainants laChaaerry,
Bounty Land Warrants in their OF 1853. Hardware. ua..i. ia ''If r .
V Florida Land Sales. Burwell McBride, administrator of 0i1.
at the %! Ar" price and procured RUT Baga, Flat Turnip,Cabbage.Beets Adjust SAWS, Screws Brads and Tacks,. B. Murray. Akin Ma, 1W.lt
BOUGHT MILL Alexander
r Ug subscriber will offer at Auction, befor the who have not been able tolish estab1 public to D.ILAME3. Well Wheels M. and abe .
lay
Canlliue
rt "
JL door oCthe Court Hnu of the cf Duval Stoves anti wife,
4 County I : December 1853. 51
1 their If have Hand assorted Fancy Bellows,
clim" any reiyc.1 a less saws children and heirs of Richard B.Cole
; order
the 3d of at
oo Wedoetday, May next, all the ICth sec-
amount than Wfre entitled to, let me know it- examine PROTECTION COMPANY Saw Knives Smith's &1101'80Carpentcr'lI and Caroline Cole, deceased, De .00
Mid INSURANCE
hoop fa County. Having had fourteen years experience in the prosecution Planes, asa. Knives and Forks I f..udant&.f b.I .
Before tbe door of the Court House in the ) and I
Connty
HARTFORD CONNECTICUT
Boxwood Rules
Levels
and settling Government claims, I understandfully Spirit '
f.r Nawan ou Monday the 8th of May next all the the was and means potting through the various Lead* Capital Stock, 8300,000 Wrenches, Otter and Muskrat Traps T appearing by affidavit .of,J..T."Afeber. .
leth eedioos ia the said County. Depart menu at I have in Gut Axes and Hatchets, Shears and Scissors, defendant, Burwell.UeBride, repdee_the,E
Beft*the'door of tile court House in the County possession W.bin/r.Florida, 87 Alabama my. done THE undersigned, Agent of the above Companv Framing
fit John's, .>n' Saturday tbe 18th day of May next 120 rtcCn1 Georgia evidtO, South Carolina and Tennessee prepared take risks against Fire on buildings Bench anti Hand Vices Patent Axle Pullies, and answer'the, eornpUTnan;'t BilXener, LsI5.2

all the 16th tecUont io said Coentv.Bebre Muster of hr.ide engaged iu the ana their contents, ou the most favorable terms.F. Plate and Rim Locke. Files and Rasps, : first Monday .August.next, *heI--S
of the Court House in the County Roll J1oridl H. FLAGO. Agent. V
the door War. p.ou. Master, Padlocks, Augurs and gimlets be tnkeriore cotr/exM agaipsi
baveany
of rutnarn Toetdav. tl e 16th day of May next all J you Tallahassee, November 5, 185S. 44 order
on Bounty Claims, in No if I obtain ,. Chisels) and Gouges Steel Squares, of this bo puUisbed' ,_
: r
the Iftth aeetiom fa and Ooooty.Befet oo I, C chrge.. BLOOD. Braces and Bitts. Spring Balances and Steel- liMed in the Middle'Circuit ff- -7next
I *the door of the Coort BOOM in tbe County N. B. Persons with unsettled business connected Mar. DR. JOHN P. DUVAL, Callipers and Compasses yards.Scr preceding tbHAkJ..JaW day. '1rri

f of 0nac".0II Monday the nd day cf May next, all with the late establishment are also invited to call TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. w PlaUt. Hammers and Claw OBDE&CD CtuKiKaa. J..w--yLES

; the If th aertioot ia Mid County. November 5, 1868. 44 f m I Stocks and Dieai Hatchets March ((4.b1J,; I8ftf. 4m ._ _
T>rmt One fourth Ceth,UM balance fa three equal I OFFICE AT TUE COURT HOUSE. Chain of all kinds Masons' Tro*eli I t

lAW inttabneota. with. iotereet in advance. I January fig IBM. 4 Cutlerr 'shoe Knives and Deere, ,W70&C-
D. S. WALKER, Notice.SIX II I Nail jfnd Iron all & Anvils tc, Ac.Buttt .NaIls,1Iolow. -

JU pster of Public Lands State of Florida. month after date, I shall preieot tny final fur- Jefferson D L'T. B. LA.MA.R and HUfes, JUST rW ed I'&hr.Astbl ,. .

January. 28t t.18( 4 count and vouchers to the Honorable Judge of Pro. hereof hit Professional tervioea to the publi- Together with a large supplyof Gr eeri .. Crock. K j'0&4 D..

hale of Jefferson County, at executor of Paul Ulmcr, Jeflfcrson OFFERS be found at the former residence of Dr.; ert aad GIIMWT5, and Wooden War, Oik'_Patntc '. .. 1fIIH.a

Specie Specie! Specie !III! late of said County, deceased and ask tv a dismission4nd \ James Hunter oo the 7bImuriU.1'CIaCI.'l1at.toilet AJeoHxieufT. and a.JaR aaeorhttt-Moi J .. _
.
L'OR sale by S. 8. KNIGHT. diseharpc as t-ticli executor. JOHN ULMERJUltn'ouContrlv from Tallahassee. rTirtSlei. D. C. WIlSON' :
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