The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: April 15, 1854
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
notis - AKP8648
lccn - sn 83016259
System ID: UF00079928:00258
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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-- [LTERS & AVA.LKER, THE GREAT EXHIBITION OF THE SEASONIS S Beeideily.Eiei.Ffom The Strength of Bawl to'oar position as i'world_power;- Loaded

[ tie Btrnmtll 8. C.Stntvttf] the Polar Sea of the
Factors, and Gsneral CommIssion We observe that many of our eotempora- by North and pUeed
Cotton 157 ... Nrw You l. riot of tbe of Rossis. between the two oo.ass of the
Merchants. NOW BEING HELD AT TOE CASH MD EXCHANGE ROOMS OF March 16th 1854. speak slightly strength great globe,
J They that France and England willcrush our geographical position would
prophesy present so
C. F. Toanc, Q.-lkoJr Sir: Tour name hat
-.Line!-of Packets between riios.n..HONj1tIAA HODOK.ISS I fc SCOTT GEOaGEW.800TT. : Wen proponed as a suitable one to occupy a place in her in a single campaign. Such journals few points of attack and ,be.ao readily defended
A.tor the Pioneer our Portraits antI Memoirs of Eminent American we fear, allow their sympathies to get by our citizen soldier, that we might'defy

tflV.STON AID "i'1w.rORT.: I now living, of which several volumes hare been already the better or their judgments. We yield to the combined powers of the world.
ND Trill be examination to 1 in and Extent. anytLing of the kind ever Been i
A f.uneupon eque Brilliancy This work has been received
Boyce & Go's Wharf, .t1. of great I no one In detestation of the tyranny ol Russia -f As to Great Britain more then DIM British
iu the Suuibuu Country. 'l'hir'ery large and beautiful' aessortment with much favour everywhere and rcntaius cf''!
JLE.. S. C. many but it would 1 be distinction has .
CifA TQyt ; criminal, in the last degree statesman of already contemplated
1 } the first nnmea in the country. For further information -
, r jrn.'oT VTAUTR. OEOECE H. W AtTn, lli iLOL] Pill1 illill:2: H3 @DJilliJil of its general rcope and plan I beg to refer you to underrate her strength.The the cession of the American coJf 1 hs'

JL T. W HUn.lIgUlt i ('"& If fabrics ( r tile fnt:6t IInJ rt.llel't materiai' in tIle latest and m"flt t.irlll,1e styles and Co10rs.In to a circular herewith sent. Our portrait are engravedon population of European Russia alone, to the United States, as an act of nisdofli,
: J3, is:*. 82-ly th.-ir EmlJ1'lIi.lt'1!!. everything "IltII elegant mIY.be 'U\J. Th-lr 3Iuntha. Ta nll...Seai-fs, ctc. are steel I, by the first attists so th.it the likenesses are I is seventy five millions, or three times that of economy and sound policy. In a pecuniary
: In Vih'. lllbLous audTrizuwiuga, WIll 6ud.tr't.Liug dcau-aLle. Sub- true and life-like representations of their ori jiimls,p>"- the UI i'ed States. The
tIle m"st \to1.h.rmL1 lIIII't5. you people are military point of view, these eol t.ies are a tburjje op.
value to the and their friends
seMiig Beater subjects
6t.Autial Goods; ueat, good acid durable,andGENTLEMEN'S than the most costly painting. f in character, are possessed with the idea that ou the Krii: h treasury, and oo addition
RESIDENT FLA. APPPAREL You are respectfully solicited to oecnpy a place in I their destiny is to conquer Europe, nnd in the her real y.wer. The 'Canadian timber monopoly I
j the pages of this work. Should your-consent afford field of battle have great stubbornness. acts injuriously oo the British
lii;. l'.f .i"na'i services to tlio' citizen of: of every deocription. in the very 1atrt cut ran be 'een in this extenl collection.. u* the opportunity of thus giving to the world a true will stand and like builder anti l exelndes sLips
They Sweetiish
OFFERS, >"c; and\ieinity.. Office first d'.w'r Kiibtj j jIf We "ill! IH' pk-nwl t., exhibit: nil the! articles contained in the following Programme, to persona favorin" and permanent record of your life and features, please' perish sheep" timber from'
Dr. aud will dispose of articles they select at the said a great military critic, but never run. the ports Great Britain against wblclHiecvjshipments
1..lIIt Offi\ bailJiug immediately adjoining us TI ith a call. any may send me your likeness ((a good daguerreotype of the
\: b. t xaw EST CASa ILIE1. same size as our portraits is beat) to that it may be The first great check Nstpohon ever hnd was might be made to Stockholm and
January 11. .1651... ._ 2_ .. -. ,ly- ... hurried over to our_engravers.Please from tbe Uusssians at Eylau. The standing Gottenbnrg.Iu S
I IA 4 cause to be sent to me nlso, a memoir of : army H n million of men, of which two hundred her present position, the friendship andcordial )
A. PERRY AMAKER, I Laces. Pattern of Or m.lips. Jnconcts,!ira. Canton. Eng Straw. Canadian \"m'J' f'lf. or such faeU as will ennui me In prepare it; I I and fifty thousar.d are cavalry, one hun co-operation of the Scandanrrfat -
1 Ijnbioi !lared Sxvi i!' Chintz. Brilliants Plaiu uud I'uuCj I'. I.I Lea anC..1 trill not forget to tay. thnt the uicU fur the
"l f m !1r &V 1kEl 1 t I VH.lte and mal''k Silt LT.PO ymerian. \-\ and ::1"IIULinens ; SCO( Pat-\ ski'teb should bo fully and accurately given.I I hundred thousand nf these latter are Cossacks, powers i i. of more consequence TO Great Britain ii'i

TALLAllASSLii, FLA. I Savny. Mnltcw M.|( : t.", of Printed,' JAW"# ; FancyMi.sliti" Boots and Shoes.I hpe you w ill end both the Jaguorreotpve and I the best light horsemen in the world. This than an indefinite expanse of territory l ia E'

May :1, Ifo.t: 20_ _ _.__ I Hmtito ', YaU'iiceinne*, English nnd Gimd.nms. Plaid Stripetl .I ].:;00 pairs Boots, Shoes.Gaiterim, memoir at your earliest convenience ns we haTe a l immense force is maintained moreover, for A North America, peopled by a restive and unreliable t1
Thread and French Lwe.Embroideries and I Plaiu Jucomt Cnnibnc.Sni.'s Slippers| nnd Pumps cfail1 quuliiic volume in progress and wUh to nvoid delay. Hoping comparatively small sum. A Russian foot people, which! the first war with the r:
JOHN B. GALBRAITH &c. T rlU-n nnd Mull Mu'liis.Bfthn !: .I i und for Ladies to hear from you, I am your. truly,
I sizes Gent, JOHN LlYIXGSTOS.D.ar I I soldier costs, example, but twenty-fire dollars !. United States is sure to annex to the Union. kt.
COUNSELLOR AT LAW Btniet Curd. Fine B--biiiet.Children uud Sen'auts.Matting .
ATTORNEY i Swiss. Jacouet Cambric IlfIll Silk Tliuh-e and lllusi..n*. Jh iIlWJ' a year, while a. French soldier costs seventy Let Yankee enterprise go to Canada, and v4

Tallahamr Florida. Diaiitv DJ.nll l Edwins.Piintod.Km-Inserting 1 tine LHCC, While and! Lhuk Cri|>o.Florwic &c. Sir:-The .'communication readied me I I and an English one a hundred. England will have opened one of the richest

t3_ Offi.-c upuiri in the Capitol irnmediatflya : mid Flouncintj and; HmiRtiUlicd Pl.iin. Linen *' and Marifhne Silk Silk 15:; Pieces of 3, 4. f and C quarter list week, and in replication beg leave to state thatif Moreover, her sparsely settled territory offers sources of trade to her subjects, while oar 'l

,tj"' uiiu t tic S.'natc ChitiiiU-r. [1o& ,:'.>_.__40_ 1 Cambric biiiidoied lliiuJkereliitfs.j andC-itton flubes1, 1151111 1 llolx*-; White find Colored Mailing. 4 PCS I have ever done anything worthy of the immortality continual impediments to an Invader ; and ship of State to use the language of a sailor;
2511 i Pieot-s of Anifriciiii. Englii-h d; 4 arid C quarter Oil Cloth. 12 4 Linen your magazine is likely to confer upon me, I am '
D. P. HOLLAND, j Veils. .French Fancy Pritits : Black Ire's Drusret. fnr Cnimb Cloth.Linen not conscious of it. However, at true merit i is always ., without invasion she cannot be forced to would receive a new jib and stay-sail which JtOj

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Loc Yeils ; "White, Cbck :and:iil.'. Canton Cloths, Fine White foi Stair, 48 Pk-ces Shaded Curtains modest, it may be to that virtue that I owe my i ixn.>- terms, since she has little commerce to lo e ; :I would add at least a knot or so to her speed iJI

Quiury. Florida, ;, FHIK'V C 'l Lrge should know it.) I have not sought fame, but selves. Once i in modern times has the Buchanan their heads and
-\T7ILL prartice: h tin- Court nf tl.e Mi.hfle.Cir. Collars Sleeves, &c. bents Dress i only, put lee 'tit
fame has sought me, as Alexander Smith the !
t I f cuit a.id (.f iCi..UII and Frnnkliu Omnlies.Ort.lior A very 1are :.,"rttneit "'f IrUli.Gtiijuirer ,rhit!. C.c.1..r"11! and Piuid Linen Real China Ware Iron Stone would uv. poet i invasion of Ru.-sia been seriously attempted ; what they can do. The British Governmentis t ,:J.

23: 1W>2. 42-.---.--tf, -- Maltese.i Honitun nnil \"111.I Drill*; French I). Skin and Black I,China. Pl.ii.k Ci b". Wine,Bohemian '.Fame; Fame! next grandest word to God I" I and though it was undertaken by the greatest reasonable, and is always willing to sell :tj

WILLIAM toCOTi, i 'ijeeinne# Lnc'C.'llnrF l ttc.i .; Ln:h"'! Cl"th; FaifV C, -in\t',s. Italian! 'and. French .1..., Common Ware, In taking a retrospect ofmy early days. I can dis u captains, sustained hy an enthusiastic armyof what may spoil by keeping. Spain might
: nnlFiemh EIl.br..i l..rcd.lIarl' ; Cloth, Bh.ck! ]'i'P .l'Pt, Super Stone Ware, cLc.Hardware er'"efI..thiu worthy of record unless it be the stealingofafew half a million of men, it signally failed.- learn a lesson from her 7iMl
Aru5otY] Ar LA'\, Slcenud! Chf'fIIlzctt"lLin('"]'French d'',.. Cashninntt- .c. watermelons at ecb ioLfor which I was S _
&c. inclemency of northern winter tbe
MONTICKLLO, TLA. Ii i iTiavi-lling Habits and Sleeves! ; : Dry Goods. beaten with many stripes or the riding of a few quarter a ; The Commander of England's
Collar*,Sleeee and llab 2; lozen Pocket Kuiv Kt.ives races, for which I received an occasional and soli. vast distance which the invaders bid to :
July ZC iI. 1853. SO; tljanERSKIXE ite.M-iurniug I Em iJcn-d] Curti,,.. CuHain nnd Forks l'uwd..r Flak Locks (.f tary jiiujjtr cake or adventure of similar import.At advance from the base of their operations ; Great Britain, however much she may depend .-
I Dma"ktt. Tm key R & DILWOimi, Fashionable Bonnets "Dinntii-s Corded 17 runaway my and the superiority of the Russhn light cavalry upon the muscle nnd the energy of
!Prints, Furniture Draw Kni\, (II. Planes: Hinges, the Rev. HuniforJ Dade Duncan (long life to him) nod "
I d.t. Embroidered% Ski,U'. Grass do., which prevented the French from foraging young England" to give activity and successful ;,
Untrimmed I
ATTORNEYS AT LAW | Trimmed and ,Broad Axes, Collins Chip Axes. tamobed to the great, far west, where I flourished fur
Laee. Crape and Lace, Unsli l.Stiuxv. l. ( .r.I..t .-illt do. MortenLinen. Spring Balance Floral 1Lne. Garden short time, and short time only,tnd upon returning I were, as every military student know, issue to the warm which she is about :.
MOXTKELLO A 'lI QriNCV.JOHN Lace sr.'d lluir,! Table JJ.lllnllk. DAtnaskDoylies Plantation and the of this discomfiture. It is the fashion has taken
BK'iid Lsice. Grub Hoes. 1 lust all my money upon a game vulgarly called cause engaging, yet care to confide its
EISEIKC, Quuicy-W.S. DIL-WOIITII. Mouticdl.l.Jul Cold Bl-ud. FigM Fag Lac. Strau ., Lace 11I.qlllto.t!. C.ni- Cotton, Manilla arid Hn""mn Hemp "poker." (lof which. of course you know nothin .) upon we are aware t.. call the march on Mos direction to M Old England." 'Both Sir '
3. Ib53. "9 and Lice: Embr ,idi'ied Gimp aud 1! fir;n d- Ijice Bed Spread Tidirs.Toiiet Rope. Axle Pulleys for "'IO.I.\II"p. ; one' of.the Unts of the Alabama river. This! wan cow a blunder. But what else could Napoleon -I Charles Napier, who will command the fleet
Enibronlcred '
Straw, Straw and Belsrade, .iee1nnJ : uud Table COVT Smi'b BcIIoTis ; Ali o 40 Keg about the time the Ben Franklin burs ted, and killed i t
WiLltTlJf r. DOBV. It. H- a. DAVIDSON :Jjtnixv Blooiners Mie<-8 Tiinimcd TaLl and Stand Cover Piano I.Vails, awl a large lot of Hollow ,r so many HIK] had I"not been standing near the stern do ; Russia refused to treat. and sullenly in the Baltic, and Lord Raglan, who is com ""

DOBY & DAVIDSON, : Pedal Hats and 111'11I.1 ('cvtr".drimiture Fringe and :('(- Wnre ..hht vessel 1. you would never have had the opportunity 1 retired within her borders : it was necessary mnnder-in-chief of the British forces designed ,

A7TO3W: lf3 AT LAW I Mi#es Cobur;d..,Mi,.es (-. au 1 1i JIRUIIan llUay I Linen. Bird Eye Diaper.Tuik--Willow Ware Motions &c. of hautiiug my name, fac-tirnile character aud to assume the aggressive, or abandon for Turkey, are veterans of half acentary, 1
I i i..h Towels Linen and C-otton T >xvtilinj ,
i, Jllld Hair and Stiaw Flat ; alventures d.. to an in the columns xhe their
i wn eager posterity war. And what coarse so likely to succeed having won honors chiefly in the first ;
QC1 CY. FLORIDA. 1 111.-0. nn l\ sllrllJlcr.tf Chi.drcifb ; alw.. a very h-/\', stock of SchelL h"f\'. Honi end RubWr of jostly celebrnte- aziue. ....
C"inlitJ, uf all kind Cloth aud Hair yur as to strike a blow at her heart, at that quarter of the present century. r..lk
and Tuibai : ,
TILL practice: iu the Middle Circuit of Florida TiiniuieJ C.ipa. FLits SUBSTANTIAL DRY GOODS. I returned to my (\\"D. my na'.ive land fundless
.'I.t in the E ibteru Cmutii-e of \\Vxt Fiori.la.-. .f Law, hatiu? Leghorn. ImJ Hair. Such ns O
AU bu iu!MeutrustcJ to thc rcut will receive pumjp'- Ribbons, Trimmings, &c I I'.rown Shim ting ,I Sie) -tini{. Blanchd Dies .Shields, Pearl.and Fancy fur 1st Lieut in a distinguished militia company but and political metropolis ? Had Napoleon declined of the most imposing fleet England :.,6
ttrllti '||. itmlS8.h !'(. d-'. d.,., J.iul'Ilh(,tin:. PillowCase Buttons, IK-imniiig Ive( \".. Port was unfortunate!} beaten by the less of one vote by to invade Russia, his prestige wnud! has ever sent from her shores, will render bis 1
_D'"c :1)b"r 24.1 S53. 51 100< ni .CfS of Rich the't'n' latc-h! Linen Brown .Jt-ZuI, Bleached I Monif, Pitrd CIn.lI1hr'8 Ca my wi-rtliv competitor. have suffered in advance, all, or neatly all, it antecedents as well as his future action of' \J' :
ItibboiiNf I'J.iut jind : It.
"I. Yarn h hinuislici' '
'& "in ; of friend
Lord illustrious
BAKER & McIVEU, ,. ,t\'It'. i50 pieces ..f Spring Tiim |I,id", iMiiin*. Flinch.*. Shirtinjr WIit.Stripes.mud Apronj'Chid )'Peacotk Tea Dru IJt. Silver Tl'im- TLoums the D.ear Condy.our gave me 1849.the my office of Assistant j did in consequence of his defeat. I interest to American readers, is a grandson .
tllln:' ; it-.n. nil dtrtuirtit (if lall.iSatin nr..wn'l liles. Coli> Extract Fancy Oils !! Where Napoleon failed it can scarcely be of Lord Napier of .Murchiston and
ATTORNEYS AT LAW ,Il.illuiidn.! Florida Sn Inland Shut j! gne. Deputy U. S. Marriml f-r the DI !rict of Bam well. Stilling 1,
TALLAHASSEE AND QUJ C"LOlUDA, und Cap Uibb"Us C.'id ainl '!'ingS: n..1 1 Ticking. S'ijier4-l d.1''imd Soapb l/tokisig (;Jlas'-es Nap 1 uud while taking the Ciuus. I killed one bo.s and > expected that others will succeed. If half a I is a Scot hy birth and lineage. He ia s styl!,:
T.i-"'1. Buttons FieiK-h Working: kin Rings Mustard Sp<>c>u", Salad unutber rana\ll"uy..nt broke buggy: whichorciutHin million of could force Russia of and has
in tW Middle oud W utero Circuit 1)i1m"ti.GinlIRm! .Marlbii j" iuy upon men not to succumb seven years age, been in the Bri- j
practice Ct'tt>'n, Floiiiiciii? Thivad Arlifi..ilt.1 Spoons and Forks. Rolling Pins, ;
WILL I rode iny boNe bare tack 14 miles iu40"minutes
Floiija i uudiu lbt CouuUcs ol Dc&itur HIK! Fi-iwers.: \Vieaths, Tbs Mwichcbter Strip"togtthtr uithi I!'Steak Mill lets. Knife: W n6h -rl'. of 't hicli fact OvL B. H. Brown is a living can a hundred thousand, even if backed tish navy, which be entered at the juTeuiU'. *j
i iAfler
Tu'.uid' O._ | (}-namtnta. I near Kir, PIECES Knife Sharpen"-.- Cream rn'z- witlk" I hy prodigious fleets ? Whatever i h to be age fourteen, fifty-four years. Ha roM ;

BOU.1.VO JUKEK, A. JT. MIVUU* Fans, Parasols, &c. !CainletteMii'. A in'TMvri un-i! French cr5. T llI..t' Foiks. lie crve Jars. I had concluded this herculean nndertalcirg.I. done in tho Baltic must be d...ne quickly, for rapidly from a lieutenant in 1805 to tb* '" $
FatJ,1P Yc c'.ole Slicers, Ca-ft.r.. Prttri, *. man t'1I'j hims'If- C. Frank Powell," wrote mefruta that sea lute and closes Most command of the Recruit : $
T.JlJaluI1.: "". QJillI. A very pretty wlectiyii! Coltonades. linen Diills: &. I i : I! opens early. brig-of eighteen- $
J Binary_7, .1854.JOSEPH. I :(. Shades ic. i Clothing. C.-ffee Rimttir French Ice Coffee Higtrin Wa..I!, !II"'u1 that if 1 would forward a certain I I if not all, of,the Russian harbors there, moreover guns in 1808 which he fought and re. '$
Lem-in Mallet
*, Squeezers. tIU.c.t of au".ev to kin; >, h- would prosecute
II. DuPOXT, Gloves, Hose, &c. |I. Gentleman < i"IJing to (urni.1a1with ,Silver Pi<-;1c Forks Sardine openers for an increase of pay eufiiclent to cover these myl5iIui 'I I are considered impregnable! by 'militaryt poised a French corvette of heavier metaL. Jjh

I', I.IIJiPII aud Oents Kid. Pilk tnd thernsfhe sca-vittiLle C->uU.PHiits KaW'le-wojH-s! 1'i.tent Leather i-nnieu'-e di:>a.teri.. but I tnieve to say thst from the I t To tak! of burning St Petersburg is In thifc action he was severely wounded. In -\t'

tTiNY !? LA"I" : Liat-n (Jl.,xe Ganntlets. Silk Mit>) and Y't.. rhii M-U-ct frum It lt.lts. Mt-da'lit.n Necklaces nmiBracelets time I sent the money. have nut heaid a word from j|I sheer fully, when it is nearly impossible, practically 1809 he assisted in the reduction of Martinique t

QUINCV. FLORIDA, ; I..nJid White and BLi"k fei.k IIa'l'.!,>t

"IT71LL e-MiiJJue to wec/jpy the oifi.* recently oecu- Children's Silk II.w Ldi..fo. Gfii1nnd '':nil of lato ftvltr! and made of C.fli'marots I Sugar B xe tI. fan -y Hit,k'ts.Clutllt'e he probably ht\iug gone to parts unknown. However ,. that capital. The Black Sea is tempestuous, the walls, and planted the'British flag on the ,.
>" i pied by the Id.t.e firm of C. H. <1 J. H DuP..m. ChililrenV line xviiite an.I icolrr"d -' Fii4csand_ Black Italian,Hampers, I Painted Pails. Keelui* I till eotcrtnin strong hopes of seeing bi* dittiuguisheil -I ...,
flU] 1.1 practice iu the adjacent CxtritteMif the Middteaal ; < do.. Blnck and Fi'iiey Crav:tb.i .,CloUx. Summer CH-.imeice. Ite::amid Tub. Well! Buckets. Toy WagIrns. -I 1 name and fac tinale in your widely circulated and dangerous in navigation, and nearly all ramparts. At the age of twenty.thrve ho 9f!fo

: Wtisturu Circuit He will al.u iitteud the t imottne ,i S'ocks nnd Tits (Junta Linen aud Skin Tweed*, Drnp (il'Lte Merino I ,] Tin Chamber Stlts, Game magazlfle.; I I the j.ilots: there, as well as in the Baltic was placed in command of the French frigate m

upi t.ae Couvt iu iad1ah.iset and Marinua..LL.ary Silk I'ockct HaudL").chiefs. '- ':(:. Linen Grilli, Jeans. Gmjr-I J1aC'lI. I itiirhiog Bali'es. Britania Lust yenr I ran rr Tur Collector in this important are in the interest of It :sb. Sebastapol is : d'Uonpolt"bcb: he had assisted capturing '1f

:. 1S54. 1 I I Mantles.Mnrtiil.i' ham ("u\''*. Ameriam A: French1Cottonndc ,JDip; {>eri., Stone;Match Safes. Foot 'Wii-lnp.. and I was beaten ci badly by a base com almost a second Gibraltar, and to burn Odessa with the rauk of pnstcaptala.The :
*. Mnrill *, Silk; dc. \I Stoves, Travelling CiJmpt.i"n5. Iin..tiun..f hich\ I was w'holly unoimscions until a
P. B. BROKAW'S 1 Cnp.. Tulnns and! -ALSOA : Waiters, T..utJ btarrU. Uinbrt'.la, '! feu; moiiuiits belore the closing of the polls that I would do little towards bunging about a gallsntry that had so fir marked the! ;

Scat f*, of Lace, Silk l CLiu'ul aud; peat vatiety .-f Linen Bo&om Stand. FI'.,n-r St'.It1.l 1'riininp hare ut bince entiiely lecovered my equanimity. peace ; for a nation tha* sacrificed Moscow I coure of the young commander, was subsequently t

UVEay AMQ SALE STilLEJT.tLL.U1ASLC ., ll.1rtge. ;,Shirt 1'j.ncy do. Under do, D>an :I t1I-(5. Bathing Tubs, F"ltlin'w.. As a ,salvo however to this diotH
I'LOIIIDA.Pr Ladies Dress Goods. era, ColLr-, dc ing Chairs. Cane (I I.,, with Rorkerc.Children's crisis mv dic'.ingiiished! ) but lt-nurhte! friend the IIo'. .3 mere provincial town. In fact, Rust; can ments. In 1853, with the pemission of the .
5- ._ .- Chairs, Rustic d.,..American James l'o wt Master General me the t I
j" Campbell, gave the British Government he t
iner. resistance
HO Patterns hrnh"ux. Hernandy Hats. \ wear out an enemy by mere assumed the command
E pritti.r would in- -I Rot-king Chair, Root Cradles, P.'Bt. ffice at this place, the duties "-f wrhicli.: I may ,
*1'1J foi m hh> 1 ii itudb and the .. and I Fomlards Silks: Grcua 65 Dozen il"nV and Boy hat. Office Chairs. High Back Cane ( o. without vanity I'a\. I have dixliarjred to the ccnflete of her gigantic mass. The utmost her t tI of Don Pedro's Portugese fleet and ia r.

pL.bhc. tlutl he his; rebuilt _ ,lines Silk Tissues. Bareges. B.uee Fa-hi.n.tbc! Silk Cub,in D l\\.r.!Gigs, Willow Wagous, Ji -. and eiit'T' SHtisfnctuHi of the if lute cofTimuuityMy assailants can do, even if successful will be :i brilliant engagement defeale-1' the more nnmerous >
hie ..bw O.wii Stalneb. at the (ld 5'IIJl.u.J a .1.W Robe, Challie de flange, tc., 10 J,Black aud Colored L.glioni, Paua friend anxious secure forme tile dii.tugnitlmed i I to expel her from Danubian Principalities. tied of Don Miguel, off Cape St. Via- s '.

pie;>.irej t) Ac!"mnvid.ite his fricuds aud eUlltO:1a-rll.: I I honor YOU have BO politely tendered as a reward ;Vm i The effort will exhaust their strength, meantime cent.ar which he was created R noble of tba .ly!
lie HBO! hit a'.laciiel to hill Stubles a giKid lilaekunilh varioiw and arduous services, are now busily engaged .
I \ I much than it will impair of the
to extent Kingdom Portugal title
by of
S'uop.: .bjre be will IJlITe done all kind ofPluuUUoj ; in raiding H aubseription for the (:f defrnjing : greater Count
*oik Uoi.e EliJdtiglind Cairugc 'vurk,1|I' OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENTI the xK'imeii attendant upon this momentous I hers. Cape. St. Vincent In 1839 Napier took '
i iu the best and vii.li awl i rtraiL The late the Danube is command of tbe Powerful 84 -
very u uiuer prouipUioS I' tffjir. I :uIud.: tn the engraving my p They campaign on no an gun man oG- j.-i-4
dintit.Ioceuter; have ulready appointed a committee 10 st'Cue the eriw -; test of what Russia can do. Such i is the extent war, intended for the .MptTiterraneta. 'I* i1))
5. U53. 44 If I I ftt all tiiiie* well euj>pu-dwith Frch Provisions and Gincereis, things pretty expensive just now, but ,' c xicxulldo <>ur lxt tu supply ]iprolii*>i-ie nt the lowert price We June now in tt< re large lot (>f kwl." 1.0011 as tie picture u complvted will ,
2Eollan and other Pl.llOS. Northern and W,->Nrn Floor. i>ic<>n Sides. Hums and Shoulder Mesa P.nk Lard Wtbtplmlin ILnns Java for*-iird! it to your addn-ss. her roads that it requires a full year to hig i ir in command, under Admiral Sir Rooert Step- 1t

BERRY & GORDON I anJ Rio C"ll'ee, Powdeied, Crushed. u."r.CllIlif.t'd and Brouu Sutrars. Black mid Grert leas. J cppt'r. S[>ioea Permit i me ta express the hope that you will delaythe r up her troop fr..m the scattered provinces of ford, of the fleet engaged on theoastof Syriia

297 of all kiiad Salt rut i:". Sperm| Star and Adamantine Cltllf lt'tI. Common Soap. 8'UII".t Salmon Pickled pub\'IIu.. of th- next number of your magazine the empire. If as begins now to be believedshe in the proceeding against Mehomet All
Broadway. I Salmon Cod I'ii-h I'il.1.1clllllI i iug. Dried m do. Cundies niid Nuts i.1 l dl Lindi. Crad'r., Wnlnut nnd Tomtit until it mtikes iu advent.I { lias been for the last fight months intriguing nnd Ibrahim Pneh:. Here, as; briefly )
I'UIILISHEKS uf .Music, -.tnd to Cut'up, Pepper Sai.ce, Woiceht Sauce PitkltdValitutiu.. Csipei, Pictdilli Cauliflower. Mixed Pickles avail III:self m\self of this opportunity to n!snre to time she ill be able ed by Lord Pnimerston d.scribii
f Dealers wholesale and retail in Piauoll !I j Ch-w chow, PickK-d! Oysters; Sardine Halebut Mu-tard. "M-ntard de Maille," Dnrkee's Yeat Powder of the di-tiiuuslued Coll"iJdaLi.t11ll"ith which I gain probably at the : ,
1SHuU. oIuJ Mubi -Agtlt fir lL cd.brol.tctl .i;;1 j S.X\A Prewrved (iuincew mid Tunic*ind.Crn ant, A I pjile .vl Quince Jelly. Ix-nimis. Prunes. Pie 1'ruits. Farina.'Coc yon remain dear air, *our pa eful and! 01'; ,servt. to muster three or four hundred thousandmen given to Nn;;erf be I landed with the marinas. '

lun. GmuJ, aiiJ other J'iolU)1o made by JlHllt-t V.1\) i. ia, ]jrunll\. Chouolatv Fr +h Butter Enirlii-h Dairy Che 'se, Stmcli, dried Peaches White Beans, Rice.App C. }'.TOmS, Postnmster. on the Danube early this Spring Wilt and having received fre-h detachments gained :
A Co. llatoa-wb.c 1'iauos arc considered mjierior v Yin.'gar. rile Pumf Paint, Puicnnd No.; 1 White Lend. Fine White Putty Boi ed Linked Oil. Best AtB.imellC.H.S.C.. such a force she will be nble, with ordinary hor important victories_storming tb. '
to all others. Great bargain* in New York l'uu<*, Speim do.. Lurd d.,. Maehine do, Can.iihc-ne, Burning Fhu.'. J'\\'<,'r and Shot Guano Solace,Scarafalatta JOHX LIVINGSTON F?q. 157 Broadway, N. Y. generalship, to hold the coalition at bay.- to rn of SUun and Liking 3,000 Egyptian .
or 4,000 4
an j cCJud hoa I'uuu auid Melixie-iija. Music tuj>-< Smoking Totiacc" Snuff Sarwparilla Raspberry anti I Imou Syrup and even. other good drink, "sate the '
pliei wb.lc4ile or reliiil 1lI.t lh 1o"et rau-u. Btr- I i Ciealureintef? ALSO Florida Railroad lermintu. England and France will doubtless succeed, prisoners. After that he took an

ry L Gordju, succe kois to T.S. Bcrr ',2'Ji Broadway.t 1100 B ixcs Super Scgars, 60 Boxes Choice Tobacco, 15 Barrel and SO | do. New Orleans Syrup 500 Bush We are informed that the Terminus nf the florida in keeping Constantinople of her c'utch,s ; important part in the attack and capture of

1'iatu 8 to J let. 14 1" Wet-tern C-rn. Railroad will, without d" ubt.b located on Amelia but we see little prospect of their extorting a Acre. ,
P. S. H. D. 4 C(', JE.jlian Pianos Lave the latest With! many thanks to the Public for their kind and liberal patronage, we ernie'tlv solicit rn examination Ishind. about a mile t-r a mile and a half below FrrnandiiM. peace from her, with indemnities for the But he was not conteat with acting f'-

ikpuved 1 ,'oidag.Nuvcuber \ of our present stock. UODGKISS dSCOTT.. ct a place cullud we belkve, Y chow Bluff. and securities for the future." rae-
past, cessfully the part of admiral and central, but a.
185S. 44 lyD1 M'arcb5.l85*. 12 main land at pLice
the a
__ __ __ trl.ek'il from
The cross
.. '
It is wise to face this
------ disagreeable truth he also
-- 1 known as "The Narrows." and continue ou uie uuiu I1"'lI1e | at must act tbe part of 'diplomatist; ,:

DENTISTRY. I Attention Farmers. I II I CopartnershipNotice. two miles or more U' the proved depot To I once. So long as the \vr is conducted, asa which he filled with .equal cuceew, for be

I {. IjEWI girca notiee to his I ATTACHED t/imy Ln try Stable.,;, rut LIE underAigned have this day entered iuto a co- I those "!lit, are acquainted with the locality it u could evidtnt I question of.the balance of power, which is went in command of part of the fleet to Alexandria .. .
friends and patrons that be )Itas removed ;I t-ltop in hich all' JparUierfchip iu theWHOLESALE that this ill the most suitable place which the way }in which England and France enter i and persuaded Mebemet Ali to

1,1" OiTlc-w to his irtJdeuce iu Uie kind of work np]>ertniuing to that: bus I bare been clu-sen. S..me expense it is true will have I into it, \re see miall hope of bridling Russia. I sign a convention which led to the 'i-
this dis- peaceful
LuilJiu" "U""II aa the ** Wyatt H..u'," adjoining the i mew is done in good III J 10. ut abort uoti.'. and on &II: AND RETAIL to be encountered in piling in the marsh but :
the time I Perhaps, too, it is destiny that this should beso. evacuation of Syria by the remnant of the
reasonable' will Us thUJ compensated by
term at other
cJwtllu uf Dr. Taylor, where ha may be fuuud &t all ILl uny chop ui the city.- DEI.UGBUSINESS adn ut ge mme :1'
thneb prepared to serve thnse who may need lUll &erJin Farming implements kiich as Turn I'lows! Scuottn ntined in being *o near the barol tbeSLMsry's Ri.r,1 That Europe can ever become the victim Egyptian forces which sarvive. By that
"i terms \\ili be Cuth, or hcu called fur.A Rods. Clexioeb, Heel! I'illt dc, kept ready made ant INOKH TIlE SAME AND STYLE OF which H not more than (-me five o' fix miles fnhllhe of ScIavonLin barbarism is incredible.- moans a vast amount human life was saved it

"T relrrriK-c can W given i jf uwCtbearv.JC. couptanllv on lund. This trill nff,rJ Farmer an' BARNARD & MAXWELL.They proposed t.-rmiuus. Witli the same depth greater But possibly the regeneration! for which our and Syria was relieved from the danger
B. O.Vd I'lutc cut to ( of supplying themselves witliout' lieingdJsved. \If water is found at Yellow Bluff than at Row .JriII.
pattern* for DeutieU and opportunity I width
faith in .human teaches look is whi.h( she had been
to to by
.entj initil at f IX)5) cU. dwt. P: B. BROKAW.Jebruary will be pleased to see their friend Blufc Hence the rnauife advantage of baxingthe progress menaced. Increased
\uYeI1\ber 10, 1S:S. 46 I 1J, 1S54. G ZmM"O"NROE Ii and patrons nt the old st.nd of E. Bainurd, (deiwt nt tlw tamer place straight lines,economy of come from 'he uprising of the people, not i hono'S rewarded him on his return to Eag.
: LOOKING J'-wsrinf i the Mortar corner i>f Monroe time and speed are very juslly" considered tlurre (.f thetritatest from the interference of jealous 'dynasties i land, where he has quietly reposed, with the I
GLASSES. and Cliut"n fctreet, where they will keep desiderata in railroad communication and the from Poland and of
HOUSE resuscitated not exception a short service in Parliament
The old u lull putt Keneml attained !
T> EX07AL- ett..abli.l.ed Lnnldn I- atourtomit of article n'piHjrtainin' as far a. is prsetieaWe. are by
IV tiiii. %V ar' lionet* of RICHARDS;; TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. to their hue of huMness. and bolicit the patrona-'e of; this two former location. The road will pcJwbly pass about from an English oligarchy a French auto until the necessity of his country has now 'r..

JTIA'GSLAXD Co. ii removed from 88 CourtlaivltHre l'UIS well-known hotel having |>aased from their lends and the public.E.. eL'hl mileS from this place ,.nu a connecting brsitch crat.-Philaddfihiu Iitxlger. called him again. uilfi tbe rank of Vice Admiral .

t-i 1 U I eRA 1IBEU STACR(diuir of Churcli.)HIM. ha block from Jlru d ,Xnw York, here will be tlie uudensi O. TIIOUP if it to Roses Correspondence of the Baltimore Son.
way found 'd) : the new prt j>rieU r gives notice to MAXWELL make the road a little shorter than run characteristics are all of the
ai uiual k complete! KU'Mtiueot of 1'huii and Orna.1\1the public that he j. prepiued to eiUetUin IrauMciit. February 1(4)1W4.) 5 Bluff; thus saving time, travel and perhaps money. Annexation of Canada to the United States. ties! and energetic order. He has been prae eel.
mcutal Ghisfce, I'.,rtrait and Picture ""rIlUIt'i and site for the proposed
L-K-liu I lttrullL\J"'tll CUtoul1ltr. with! the bet-t the Louse af- Amelia I Island |'resent a fine WASHINGTON
& Ac The trade famished Jtb every variety c i l..rJ., and at all reusable a coot ftllthe times will ad SKY-LIGHT DAC.I ERREAGALLEill- I. atiou. aud ou account ofitsbealth. and pore atxnospliere April S, 1854. ebrated for accomplishing achievements ia
work, io cjn po iti'iii tUlc, at reduced &' nut of. lle !,,,?,* j il well supplied with servants, and will prove a dcsimbl elate of residence. The lending feature of the day in the House his own way, and.in.not.paying a very strict

February It, 1654. 7 Sin exery convenience to nwk. g0ft.t oomfortubU. and OYEE AnSARD B DRUG STORE.r The surveying party )(1t place on tile 22d and was a resolution offered by Mr. Campbell, of attention to orders-never losing an opportunity
-5- the propiielor will tp re uu jmiu. to plea those \rbo I1E ubscriber respectfullf make their n-port in a few weeks. It for briUiant'wetionlMoeaose
announce to the La. will probably Ohio, inquire into tbe expediency of a his in-
him itL road be opening
Notice. 4\'ur this
imUoiiage. Au excellent J. die and tutleujeu of TallaWe to the State that
Liverv tbl,, adjoin thw : and \'victtiitr i i. of great importance to introduce negotiations with tbe Government of Great strnctions did not entirely cover the coarse
Rvjn&s after date. die undersigned dminwtrtUrx HouL C. A. BRVAN. (that their Gallery is open daily r the built. It will me u another great artery
S x of UHJ ostai of John O. BuM d-cea ed. late lullahaesee, January i, I 854. l'tr rUiU>re.8uuda}'" ezr pted. Miniatuies receptiun taken of all of be lifcWood of population among us. and will Britain and Ireland for the peaceful annexation be judged proper. This peculiarity. was referred

*t 6adsd County will present her final acouunt autwtcL alias and .tld! of be art. Ladies and gentlemen bring the great throng of travel from the, North and I Canada, and.tbe rest .of the British. Provinces to in a recent debate, in-the Haas J
> ra to the Juilge of Probate of.id County, and MEDICAL.NO'I'ICE.-. In..ited to call and txauiiue their apeeinitm.. the t50Q11! .1.IItC this great l gtl".". AU minor :00': I in North America. Here is a. most glorious i Commons by D'Isneli H. who said writ bis .- .
aa\t u. be di hargel ELIZABETH RAW 1.8 .u.s. __ N. B given iu tbe will to the evident policy of enwtruc-
; yield
Inttructups art aud aU kinds of sider.ti.rt chance\ for Young America distinguish enal sarcasm,that even if otders to''&
ltarb lB.18u. 11 6m Adminutrntriz. ItS. TOL F. ROBERTSON & J. TV. EPPES Dagueman materiahi for ale. Uaariwd from the moat,anitabl place JI1 tbe,Atlantic -
D tine n-ir 7 cw"ril itselCin tho of Republican Free-lorn. war had given to Sur C.'Napef/ '**
having located 10 T.JWuI5Ief, and '* o-iatetl KUHNS d BAILEY to .H* must suitable! on the cause
/* (At Circuit CowtforM-idiim OniMtv,"Middle themselves txigetlKjr in tie practic of Medicine, offer February 11. 18M. 6 iyMONTICELLO A'nei, 23/A Wt ._ With exception of the kabfan or Lower known, .he-Q bere&that *. gel4iralnerer ,
c.ttuit ith.. 8t.u bJ r"t ri4 SpriNS Ten,, 1854. their PnTeMtoual!.Kirvicet to the pubu'e. Canada the rest'' of the inhabitant. of tabs? obeyed, order, aad might..therefore,

George Draper a.J Ekazer'B5 aOf5ce: over tl.e Store of MeasM.BcUonAlfiggg. HOTEL. q. '8tsteIsgieet.Col. provinces are bone of.onr bon,and flesh of be expected to preserve pareeHe ia now-
ElJriJe.. Re ukucu of Dr. Robertson at the Pm-soruice i>f tfEic.l YL paney,S bI ..waS in euri'tbe .
partDet.Iillg I flesh -And the-process, of assimilation ever emphatically roan of ler&tf .shbeM
.'H APTiNEWMAK: IjaVing dosed h. our -
UM nom' and &tIle Dra ; l Church "WJL F. HOBEBTSON., hi. Hotel t14 ud 22d. Ml Wk tt UMI ktter day UII -
&El1ri4ge, er AttaduncnLAmouut Jan.i8, ,. ,4 i.T. W. EPJ'ES. _'b and the aubsetibeibaving purchased awl & WbSC 14 riD psuee.d *!mme**. ,would be easy ant! natural. the Baltic beciue.t1si tkratre: (._ rbeWlIl:
'sworn to tilted ujhat large and commodious way alfroiri the held .a- If the Britl'h i undoubtedly vindicate ia.devd oCftraireryaud
t*. t754 ( BnildWSouth'of iLtllt" 0fenstructizi oat e provinces were".to.be added ,
'tTharIeRuu.fl. 78-100. MILES SB''4. 'CO. the Coort HOUM lormerly occupied a>a Tin a.rs oftb.'eI.JnhQ's-.tcIadua Bi>er; tte'the *.- to the'United Stat.w: QJd.! rorumaiTd die dartug emprise,the efcameterof ki*wnole
defendant era by Mr.Ooodbread. and known then ac the Banner the ,. rivers does not *ed 9 miles,
And ,world and!
t.161' tbe .
tai.btvesn fisheries! of n
T penoaa izitErt.i House take dtis posses thonly
in-DraMedicines : aI'lire.'t
will tac. notice Dealer &C. me1siinfortzfmg tie.poUie thai which .e dc&. will '
ottbeeonmeO.flentfthl; suit be baa ouvertdtb. Mid building i into a the Of the'eotui- tt e school for sailor* DOW/OII the gl>bo; We'would'
ire a HuteL andre day wfc o > |
In r.Uoofil reqtiNted d iu said't.o appear and 1ead I the Deela' WolLp.lf- friend* and' the poUkJ' that p.ctfuSy aotidta'* auare 'of public patrooare So .owa Ii4or It. .dTlsaWe, and wlocb eiueijt. beeom tU own the tUnber for ship building" from 'A'_famale_writer asys:,*,NotMogTooW wor**

cauae.JCTTHIT sTgo'd :utofta eotof ..oebtb1io.ofbuiineus ins! or cxpeow..U W pared to render thoMcooifortraWtmho'inty .. tl t1kel.f tbuue for .the' est_" ay.m or **- vessels of.,the L ;smallest draught the anonstaLeIyaenty4our's on a lady.than.d raed stocking,." Altaw s
SMITH arlirfcJ as are ceMrallkejilo ,: visit !'boost TM well MlIld 01-O& AflevIbi..mtiun "
knovc observe that
JAMES ILBAKBH. .ndwiUb rBc Tirwnlar/6! Jflj tnpplies.' Tbdrtornu ..''lfmerJ, laplty Ca6t Newman. jipiMu.hkbwifl i twn.. CoL Daner "mI.i rear a mamtime popn. "lungs wUoh nestdanue. .
irs of this.t .
AUoroeyi tor PUiutiffk. aball tw naWtoable." "- I 'W1tb the Hotel E. Jt BLACKBUHV cooDMted -. i b., rctkabOily and advisabilIty of latin;which.wo M defend oar coast ia tunes lICk mueb.wo'l8'&ba darned e *a.;Janud if _
)hiillCD C. H, larcb 5!, (April! 1)) 165 L 7th $8. 14 of and add i iodwtrY doU.t.-PM.. '- .
Sia Jj T l1abusM,,April ,L UootteeBo, DccftnbeV 74r 185S. 51 diamq tha St. Lutae 5b..JdtkSOaPtIkJTCi5S wkr, powtr and. 'icctritv. ;

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From Ike Tp 4 firri'J. XarcJt 2 .nild a large quantity of letter which w e had CHI Laa4 { V.'e would respectfully refer our neigl.Ii.ir rf iheFloriliait The New York "Hards" and the Hebraska i The recent clcclaratien on tbe part of tLe

t Refusal of the Semiaolo* toBy Eoinove 9rIfl1.: for jrlitiiKOur "set up" forms have run into a to the Milto* (Fla ) Coorierof the 4th but. -, ., Bill. [ ibrdVof; Trade respecting Russian good (,

*' '' : m 'll-n ft'hs llw Courier eLir es our neighbor of givii coOiniuuiention of /. niJiin
' rferen to tbe anxiety
whi h its eeiitorntTtr wrote. The Courier
Mr": Aii'b f Canovn was severely uu-nt, aud i lit disabled for an : among BrjfcL
his clusen the soft th bwe
11 an-'thrr column h will be WHMI that the Semir.ole troops They are men merchants, from the which
and Mr. J. C, He-mining was stuune-l, rays it jniblished the artifl and charged it to the reserve the Government
4; Jruve re-fused I to cmigratr, aud hat the Agent ri tie severely The Floridmn copied it nml credited advice lie so eagerly sought ; now let liiiu get thtint dibit at lo the manner in whkh *
TALLAHASSKE : and H>me time hurt, but he i ia now better We rcuret i proper authority. : Uiuaian
: gr-neral OoT nni it, who h.e in charpe the Indian _ alt o that the family oi'Mr. Frasc-r, who were ill it to the Courier. We do not reme-mlnrto l have *xtricati K a'hIhsisfItioon! from the unfortunate to be treated whe-u found in neutial botionn.T.V: 1)ruPrty *
: jitf.iir of Florida, his given up all hope* of ever in- Courier Fbn iclinn but itwns I t15!
were forced t< remote. noticed in either the or rtt-nrna have it into. New York
( ) men got
corrupt Uocse f Ctuiiu the follow
1S51 e ns
hem rhnnsre 15
rKW:* In tht-rr determination. Thelime Saturday, April Soili-m icg que-stlccs:
with F.iee and
Our edition of the Ill-publican of this date, w.i off ill nrtu-le sympathizin! 0 were sat.
Ins now arrived when of decifivetharaetcr i.sni0s *lw>uld! ftr.nd ns au nrniod neutrality. nt the
measures A to ministry :
the pm-- lint few Copies of which however hud IXMI rejoicing in the elec'ion of Mr. Fe> enden of f Maine. t.,
! : nizt nccc sirily ln% takn in regard to i" Mr. Fis eiuk-o i is least for the jrecmit-1mo favors to ask ami none to Whether it i ia (tie intention
TEIIMS.Three JVoHnr)! mn.m: if paid taken fioni the ofliee or mailed. lU r.on-n-c< i|1tt bytheigrcit.r the United States Senate. a Whig.nn of the government
tin" 'lnbl 'in f the 1sei't. have per l.
i ns
t > long
They u .
of subseril i is I admitted to be smart, but he is a profcsd ? direct nrifi-h (rui-rI: to size Rib
. ,- tI'ih omipied and controlled the lovt-licst nnd rich- advance: {;{ 50 if paid within six mcntl t of the dm jmrlion our >c-rs we presume < veiy ?uiiiprodueeion
f State and
-r: ; ;liieventtnif t ptiiti'in 'the> ur improvements-, retarding immigration utherwi would fCJtm-mcnU, One Dollar perequrreof 12 Hurt for fne*. which this "extra" announced the attention of our neighbor to the end that he may of the wValcnoDnit n at, the organ of the adamantine shipped previously to the date of the derfaraticiS
correct the if unintentional, through the same war:
and fifty Cents for nil Mibfetjuent insciti-is. An- error,
: i' Jm" b eii nude, It will not take a long time; now of New York the defeat of .4 -
Democracy on quati Will di-tmetion be
it rrculation. The maile if such
caniliilnti whiih au injurious any
to ) le if t. the nuJ nouieciunts of 8. Yf\ roVnifi.ali0yi\ Commissaries of Health and Police- source gave PrOduce L
< > : measure suit pioSlaUy Wisely
l b to be pain in advance. Keli ioi-p, Olitrnry nndMarriag Ploridinn. of e >urse, has a circnlitK in various localities the Nebraska bill in the 1IouseofRcprescritativee.- been shipped by a RiWau subject or by a Brftib

1-1 fUircUed. i to loli.ui If otic*t.not exceeding 12 liiu e w ill be pubiUKedgratis. The season hating approached for looking after the where the Courier oboes not go, and it is nothing Thee pretended friends of the South, professed to desert neutral ftulject resi'Jh.g cut (;iLe Russian dcnmuo, .
Our nn
wrfc'jwwleflt < rtrttiiionflyopponfd cmidition of the his Honor the but sheer to the Courier that this $ charge M If such be liable to toizurr *
tiJ So ocrtlfienteR of the publiowtiou of estate Sanitary City, Mayor jk'tice lTO- produce wfll ij
.Mid liis oVubt uouud and the administration of President Pierce, solely
1 war, rciumis are. no upon
or legal not ices"of description will be given hit laid off the into Wards and should be at once retracted. Will the Floridian do it I wards be released on proof being given that
jmt. Hi desire; 5 jA to wbt. in our light |HMCtfillyn any CorjHiratii.n appointed the ground that he gave office to Free Soilers, and property of British or uc-otia
.a L i.l onreljr by settliii* the now tuitipfrcll jutil the advertising fee is paid. from the citizens suitable Cammisjaries of subjects :
up cwiiitty "
among was the Soutlu The position was Ia { Or will it be releaseil ia of
thereby betraying its
ease beingR _
l the Sk-ntiuolcs whicii i Us that have read in the columns of
!1 >y to aeeitnpli-hed by Nothing we
Health and Police, as )provided for by Uie ordinances and the Southern property, if it hi bowu that advanct-s have
specious gulled
'. inducement )hx-ing) offered to thoMi wltonre with cue completely
j.s..pcr the /ir/hn3 more decidedly impressed us
Appointment by the Governor.TIIEODOBF io the usual mcrcanti'e
willing and de'Miotis: of the-rc audfiltivatitig of the eity, as follows : Whigs and few Democrat and had manner vo such
1 i living occupying oh'irdim of I a sprxmey ; not British
the coolness and our neutral
tin land ThIs method, \\e uiiJon-taiid, is W. KHEVARU to be Comptroller of Pub-1 Ur WARD-All that part of the city lying East ofMonioe perfect cotemporary the President been fortified in our regards by a long or subjects?

r ; iii-o apprivcd hy many who stre ncquuin'ed with the lie Accounts for the State of Florida, vice JOHN !. and South of Lnyfayvttc street-D. S. WAIKER than the alxive. Who would imagine that au editor life of devotion to Constitutional rights-had he Lord John Russell made an evasive replv, wbi

J ; .\3 rountiy aud the clmrae'ter of tbe-ir Seintnuld neighHTB. lJfni>, resigned.C5lT" Coniiiiissary.2i who has, on repeated occasions in a few short months, our Lau only! added to the perplexity of the ziiercati1s
had not himself faithful the faithless
.4, p To pursue this course or etnjjt e in nn i-xpe-n- originated and circulated, and refused ittract, gross proven among community. A further to obtain
WARD All Ei of Monroe and North of Lay attempt some satii-
five ouJ desolating war in which grei.t saetitiiesof > >t upon many a hard fought field-had he not lead the \
Wo are indebted to Senator Moi ton for a valuable charges! proved to be unfounded anti contrary to the factory declaration from tie authorities
; life and property must be made, aic the only dunces fayc-tte street, up to McCarty or 200 Foot treetD.II. forlorn hope.in New Hampshire nod, time and again, j was made by
document record, could have the amazing coolness to ask nt, as the merchants
b tint nre left n.'a public nnd to Senntois Douglas Hunter A in addressing a letter to the commitW
lies. risked his fortunes to know not
political serve us
T t nil of these eliflicullifS with the Li-Hans, nni l the anti Clayton for copies of their able Fpoethcs Mc- a matter of sheer justice" to do that which he has we of Privy Council for Trade. To this
W.mtn-Alh East of Monroe and Noithof but that the whole South would have deserted his tLe/oUowing an-
qt preit draw-backs tiny laverceaMemed lo oui State, been backward in ? Even last week j
on the Ntbiatka l>ilL To Mr. Maxwell nlso we are so performing swer wasretumed :
we dire soon to fee an end, and tincere-ly hope that Caity up to Viigiuiii street-Dr. G. T. MAXWELL, standard and fallen into the ranks of the Hards. i
under obligation f>r several documents of value, as soaring as usual through the regions of fancy, the editor 1 office tf C'emmittet of Priry
the for that ill iiiinedi.4irt Cmtncilfnr Ttade.
n'.y proper ele-ps purpose \\ Commissary.4iiu Their confidence in their leader alone prevented a total -

: Rti-ly be taken by the authoitlies now in power. i also for the intereMiiijj *peeeh of Mr. Brooks of South WAUD-All Eiut of Monroe and North of Virginia gravely alleged that the lending Democratic organ route. Now that clanger is pojsed. The Southern j j\ WIIHE HALL, Match 14. '

j4 : The pcrfiudtlie Oaiolina ou the Xebrnska Question. Mieet to the Northern 1'ne of the city-D. C at Witsl-ington had at times been at all points of the Gentlemen,-In reply to your letter of the 2"ftl of

4a; bt f'r Floii and the hat>t txjnnMve to tinJovoniaifnt compass on the Nebraska Bill-that u at first it denounced Democracy are at least secure. The shameful I j f I February, requesting to be informed whether in tie

( is tlt..t of tiling the vithtcody WILSON, Comtiiksary.j treason of our pretended friend the Nebraska ||I event of war between this
cft1Utly :.57" It will be noticed from nn advfrti, e .;, t eipciloncfd fatnurs.lio nrc \\5Hinj' ; in m.ikctlicir -l j ; WAUD-All \Vet Monroe and all Xerth ofI lill has uncovered their hyj-ocrisy and vindicated the goods importetl irorn neutral ports would be cot.
which in the 1'iidaI tluit the l l're
bines da-re the) land 1 ti-tu-liin apieais) ] to-day patching.it denounced all thci-e who opposed it ns -iol'red contraband
ultijting an I Virginia; Ftrcct-}. Ems, Coinniissr.ry.CTII President I or would be admissible into EB .
I I The hands have shown themselves I
4 the Indian to live lkv! tl.> xvhttc lunti, or i fi-nn iinoiiit'liuility -' idont \\illidra\vn from Sale certain Iniult in Klorilta WARH All West Monroe between Virginia traitors to democracy 1" This of course was pure fiction a ad- lario I.I I.
; of fspiiit fi-icinj liini tO IlV('. This nfiust and Al.dam.t lying on the truck of the conteiujda-l J. an every retentive reader knows who knows fish faction, pretended friend of the SouthTor the am directed by the Lords of the Committee of
and T. I'FCKiNti. C
7 Lf j us the d'ure lunft honorable tu a nitioii: prufv-bs tod IVn-atvla in id Mont joinerv Hull lU'ncl, tc. ] McCnity streets- 'inmifcsary.7m anything at all. But does the editor, in the face of the gains it brought them ; baoe Judeans who cared for Privy Council for Trade to inform you that ij; t5q

.pt: jug tli? IHim-iplw of Cliii, tiftiiity fit. (lit Hint his is denied defend
this we b.pe, \\ ill 'be the course a.Ixjitod.Jtfl awl JttFerbiii etrect-J. 11. LIOTD statement or fortify. with the will be but
] Commissary. when the enemy's cooutiy ilUgal; i>u tdI
\ "TheSonthcinCultivut. The Suit of the South, ( pence cf the country, the integrity of the
the ctu-ral Ro\eminent {rive to A ,l iii'i.lef the pri-sent Indian botmdaiiec, 100lure j and" The Cotton 1'lanter," each for Aptil have no such thing; bu', as in the previous notorious instances constitution, and the rights of the South are in jeop-'I tious above stated, will not become illegal merely be-

jti 'if land and fuini>li him vith jToxiMdim fsr >ne reached u<-stored with valuable hints and interesting all South of JclTc-rsuu ktrect-II. T. BLOCKLK, Com.lllSM.rV. when similar liberties were taken with the record ardy. This is a species of blue light patriotism cause the articles which f'rm the subject mailer of

\iur. L'udt-r buch provisions we hano doubt that facts. To the Tlauter the e pciiodienls are invaluable. is which honest men cm outlier appreciate nor admire j j I that trade were originally produced in an eaew,'
mum as a church mouse-not a word i is put in by *
tlnj Indians \\tiuld S\HIII eea>e to be a cause of annoy- ; Uni WARO-West of Boulevard nod South of Jiffcison way { country
The ('uliit'alqr 5 nt the And what makes this defection more odious, is the
published AnguMa,
i lIce lo our State, or cucuiifs to
r p'it be made in this direetiou! and our pur- $jil at Columbu*, nud the Planter at 3loutgoun.rv, sheer ju>tic-e," as though such a principle, judging f.iUe pretence under which it is executed. A bill, j J. EMERSON Tzntsy.

. !: i, 'ce will be aocomiilWu-d in a slioitt-r time than bvny Ala.-at 1 each.Terrible) The duties of these Cornmisoaiies are laid down in from the past, had anything to do wil his notions of which meets the approval the entire Sooth, is not Tlii* i is regarded as equally nusatLfactory with L rj
: other n.cllnKl nnd with littlv nul I f life l
or < ai the (rdinaiice adopted 25th August, 1841, from wLich -
' -t! HIIJ property. Oilier Indian iijtione 2>nj lx-rn, r.ud I the fair dealing. Is it too much to gay that an editor who aoutnern enougn io sun me pro slavery proem mes 01 John Ktiistfll dudije. The remark upon it is, It is

iind the ofCliribtiMuity Fire in Jacksonvillej we quote following : seldom himself simply Cutting of Xew York He is a cheat and a swin- quite clear that the government reserves to it-If
are now boinjjciilizcd i taught piiucipltv j or never practices equity, makes ((9
.. .0 ai.d made to dwell 1 on terms of peace ]j \ aie indebted to the Jacksonville KI publican It shall be the duty of the commissaries of police I lidiculous by asking it from others ? dlr. He cries like Joab, art thou in health, my declare hereafter what it may consider an *imlirttt

auJI friendship, with enlightened eitlii.n \VIiy the !;; (extra.) for the Mibjniiicd account r1 Stluia.1e! ennnot be dealt with in the dame uasonable regulations of the City Council, in relation to police may seems t enemy.
iMtetl Jacksonville ,,
wl.kh Ii
live and tumble > to this fcctii-n the Southern
oonfl.igmtion Time
Up ( Democracy London and Mercantile
:- ChiritiatiIike manner i is souietlnipjj we eanuot I and health aic enfoieed. It ehall be the duty of each to guide the Sentinel in its course towards its opponents Gazette !ha*
<-n the 5th in-t., Pt-eji sympathy is fell for the commi-sary to \i bit bad not made a breath with the "hard*." They siwlcted the following observations
without full irnd i
.t ::: t.ii'Urkt.iud uiaking a ali-f.ictory furjueiitly, and ns often as practicable furnishes no excuse for the Meridian. We>

};; tial Witli I'i'ijiJianc; tay, l ht tlic tiul be uadc: :sfoituuc. of our' frllvw-fitiww, nud es-jjecially for cmy pait of his r.-s-j-c-e-tite district and ward, have but one code of morality, the basis of which is, them, it ia lru<>, but one act of patriotist.i' But there is another query which should bar* kei j

-t ,' 0 It nit snece d. those wl.oo have lost their all by this dL-a&ttr. Wcjth. 1 Bnd to rcx| 'rt to the In'ondant: all tiolation* of the or- to do unto others would have them do unto us would have restored confidence. By a'close'and fraternal added to those proposed by Mr. Ku.-**!'. and wL""h is
Sbonld enh uiciinK ns mm!'toned nU>vc be dcomeJ : dinarces and regulations of the city that lie may he ns we of equal if not greater importtuicp. because there
nggcf.t t f furls be nt once made to embody this embrace en the Nebraska bill, the true and t must
Io,. in Jetja ittby the gcnei.il Ot>-runKnt, tlu-n ti'ithintentiiiis able to eleUct ; and particularly to report any clerihetioii Whe-iieter this principle is unintentionally violated. | exist greater doubts in regard to it. as to the cum

.. t (sir u but war-we tv ill! si.t M V i ju: all it* sympathy in the tbnpe of something substantial. ?a- 1> of the duty hu may obaei ve iu any of the city (it is never violated otherwise,) anti the fact ia established genuine Democracy might have been marked and wb-ch the government may think fit to adopt, h i lit

: 1o'tToii-a war that will cot, peih jin. millioLS .fintfiey vannaa ha voluntaiily made a c nlribution, and the efnVtrs e>r night watch-to inquire into, and cause to we never have been and trust never shall be sealed, and the wolves in'sheeps, clothing exposed.Xow ..-. well known that with Russia* as with the Unit4 l

and many valuable hives. b .f .re it i is biniiglstt Maytr of that eity hiu calhd a meeting of the citizens be removed, all obstructions in the street, side-walks, | slow to acknowledge it, and thereby undo the injury | the South has lost confidence in both Northern States, neutral fl.igs are held to cover free ge>oes. h
! < n ttci'e.ftI e1o.oe. We. bilieve that otr: parjvtatfcaa or_ on the public square?, in tioalatiou of the pros isIo North it the intenti.-n of our government to tie
authorize the factions. The true redeem them pursue wne
S to n cubbtriplion by rati >n.j men may yet
,: bt aceonij>1 1ie-l in this m.-inner ; though li it i in not corjx in of the ordinance relating to streets and side-walk, I whkh may have resulted to others. Now what are policy 1 Or B it determined Ibit ships tsilinq uniir

: tlto mann r in w hich we det>ire to ere it dt"I.rd Hut, j With our eutcinporaius&. of the RipuWitan nnd .wi and to cause; the m\\\\ \ ordinance to be rigidly ci.forced !t the fuels in the matter complained of i To show the selves. Let the administration remain firm and make I!1 neutral flags shall undergo nn inquisitorial search,tad

: if thl) i is the duciciou cf thi..e controlling; tLc tfT.iirs.thcu 'we condole inof-t imvere1r. A j'uUiiLtr in }'lo.riJa -to can-e all nuirai.ct in any p.-.rt of the said eity I Itj reader at once, we quote from the Flvrldlan of the' the stip[>ort of the bill a test of Democracy and all undercircnmstancfs.be subject to capture ? Let us

f ) vre pi in for jTofiec'itinif the vji with all the can illy bear the dcstiuc ii n of Li materials and the b- removed or abated and f--r that pnrpoce to examine will yet be well. And to this end, let the South ) suppose, for instance, that, alter the elate cf tie 4 -
25th which it is contains
-nertr mid 'revrruticc at our ujmand, jnd let into any house or back-ynid, where he may | the paragraph alleged a ; laratp-n of war, nn American stop, with a cargo ba
] tf Lusiuc-s out. This is tim for soft He
tcrangcnetit no compliments.
c\cn speak
hug t'Luida Milftr all that t.)hu can suffer at once, that ciitfccqufLt though t have cause to believe that, through carelwnfss CT neglect -I "gross charge"and by the way, it would have been found proceeding or from any Kusuao port, will

eLi0; may o9fl have n fair chance for resuscitation."o i an iucuict.cc may cocr the actual loss. Tl.c prefi-i.t any deleterio.us matter may hate been -uff.re-d'' better for the\ Sentinel to have consulted our files be- that U i.ot for us is against us. Let tie lines be she be deemed liable to detention or search by her

k \\ will now jnakc a calculation of the expenses mitLit jue to these pajiers, calls luudly to tluir patrons j to ammiulntc : J'nvidetl, That no coinmi-sarv shall1' fore cmplot ing suc-b a phrase : j ji drawn and these criminations arid recriminations iu M.Ijesty's cruisers ? Or will it be necessary that all

I tiececsary to be incurred in the djifcu-iit couiaesinnv that.r in arrLars to ic pond pumptly, and thus aid in enter a private house or back-yard for sii'-h purpose. 'i the party cea e. Unless this be d<.ne, and done at neutral ships shall! be furnished by government with
. be pursued. We will say notl.tng of the devastation them without tiift giving the owner occupant thereof noI I i "Main" a M'/iis; Sin!'.-The State of Maine has' licenses to trade with the enemy's ports ? These we
fioni enibarratmeut the National will demoralized
of war-of the lo s of life nnd prorn-ity. As n j extracting to the extent, tiee, and between the hours of 8 o'clock, A. M., and now u WLi
;; \JM\4\ of calculationc liave made it for SOO ineu: i at Icait, of th .ir iaJibt edicts. I I.", oYle-ck, P. M.; and t-hall generally see that the or- i j appear a practical: working majority in both branches I II and broken down. If the worst comes to the worst, ( determined. It u quite time the country should know

a.. I j diiunance in relation to nuL-atiees; is enforced, us also of the Ix-gixlature. The .-lection of hloii. W. P. Fessendeti the Sooth can coalesce and rave Lerstlfyet Ly a L'- ou what principles the war is to be conducted-whether -
: 6l'0 nnd !liorses mouth From tltr f'lviitli E.t |I (
at fiullienn
iD'-ii 22,50 a.
prr the ordinat.-ce in relation to vagrants; a-i-I for that ns United States Senator complete! the tri- finn with the true men of the North-the unwarer. it u to involve commerce in its devastkms. Rossis.

(tf 11I1th) .) flOR.OOO ; Grcnl aid Disastrous Cog, f1aggfj( purprse thall examine nil vagiai.ls, be..- 'ars. and idle I I uinph of the Whig party. He was selected by a m.v'j.rity as wu have snic!. as well as the United States, holds

1. Forage OilWii and ruti< us for the same, 75\'U JucktHiiie ill Units*-t'tvftilti H<>n*'a co>:ti.MJ_ 1 and disorderly persons found unemployed or tot en I' of each House an" hi* majority on joint ballot ing Democracy who have so nobly breasted the stormFirnaie. that the neutrality of the flag protects the property,
1' llir to >. 7.CIO in hoiir-t So the State of Maine ., decision, andiutrepidty can save the bill and it De/the of Will
Ordinance, ati1 1 Ord. Stole S.oOO IJM ovir fiw: ,<:0'J' Twu 'j'rintiitg UJli-ts dt- tpitred some pur-nit for a livelihood : and was xpctedly large. says a even although property an enemy.
Medical 3Idic l I) -J.2CO (S oec'd. i jonrcfui-al or inab.lily l>t give a calijfaetoiy account, neutral { nper publish at.Port land." \ the admiuictratkin. the same pi inciple be maintained by the government

; paitiiu-nt, ( to cause nil such idle variant* to be apprehended The above appears in Whig paper in the Western I of England ? Untss! it be, it appears U> ns that we
' ittiti'iu ) JACKSONVILLE. F3a
TrMtpo 60,000 April 6 1854.
and taken U-f, the luteiiduut can scarcely avoid bring involved in serious diffienlJtt
ic lo be dealt with tsi patt of this State-the Milton L'cniriei. Ac a beauti. '
Ye.terhw, at I o'clock, 1*. M, the alarm of f fire i the law directs. fid commentary t ) the sort of "Whig triimiph" Garden Work for April. with America. Besides, Sweden and Denmark find

;: Total. ', wn given ill this town and in four hours afterward* The commissaries of police shall j"iutlconstitute a I which is thus) rejH 9Nh| >d over, we give the filhwjnr, Time Soil of the South says :-"in all human probability that they are to derive no advantage from their mien.

. .. This uinlces no :dl'.wane f r the loss of horses provision 1 all the business jHJilioti of the town was jn rtuiu. lionrd of health for the city, and lie quired from iVf.ni the Albany L'cining Journal, a Well known Sewardite we are now safe from frosts. Snap and pole truhty. they may be inclined to throw themselves'maw
:c' *, or other incidental e-xpent-es, d'c., but ii rueie- .1 1 he fire originatt-d in S..N. Vrilliam's! hay J1d. oni time to time to muke to the Council such sumgPti.ouQ the scale against England. j

! ly the exjx-iue of inaintniniuir; ) K>0 men iu the field the wharf comnninicutcd. as it is eupjx.rud, by u t in relation to the health of the city as may totU.n paper ,' Leans may n''w be put In the ground. Egg plants f -_--

. -., under n i'pire more favorable thnu ooull possibly be 1 hpark from the Charhstuit steamer rlvrid.-u" It etcnd \- ad\i.-able; and on the actual iutiinluctiou appear, or The Nebraska bill is fast making Maine a Whig peppers. toiuitc5 and all tender plants, may now be East Florida Orange Grorc. ,
.State.; Thank* to its influence we have William P.
t-xpi-cUld. Let us look e>u the other bide uiiJ examine <.d with astoni hiig rapidity in every direction, r.ieie flpirt-beusioti tf eontnnoin ii.fcctious 'I Ci/ntint.e to transplant lettflce. '
.4 | or (lisc-ae, planted. fbbnge,
Feescnde-n, a sound Whig} Senator, and the firt it has >
its frhtureM. creathnm tirst the block
j along of et'-res on the south j may consult with otn- or more physicians of the city, 'f -e-tit to Washington for ninny year, in place e.f J. W. j and all plants that will bear removal. If it is impor ROCK HILL, March 22. IUI.
bUt) mill, each ICO acre! of Ian at $1,25 1 -iJe 4'1 Uav-st rect bitwcin Xcwnan and Ocean ret ts -, ( anJ rfrc"nimciid to the adoption ,( the Council such
ilatice c aiitiutli&tifl, with the ; Bradbury, a rolitie-ian of Mr. Douglas' school. The taut to transplant cabbage, without rain, make a MIL EDITOR:-Having recently! paid a visit to'tb0
1 t'O.oOOlUtiona fjuare oppurite on msaMires to the '1
j Ir. a iv, I prevent spreading or ititrductiiin of'
1 the North which all Consumed thence j present L.-tfi-ilature of the State wn diti iota( d! ainoiig tkincb of end the Orange Grove iu Marion County. East }Florida sod
1 t\a six iu<>iitl.p, was ; with the the ame. as may cem to them expedient and elected but hate liquid cow manure clay dip roots
projver whc-n it
$ three was they usow
tore of A. M. Keed and the Itankwetiev adjoining 1 ; and iu rates of emergency, that may not adir.it of j I j parties Whig plutfc-nu" against Nebraska iu it. as they are drawn from the earth, plant them thinking a description of it may not be oninlerestinj
adopted a ttri'iig
:: : Total, tIOUOt,. ou the West tide of Ocean street, wliich were both 'de-lay, may at once adopt such precautionary mea* almost unanimously." iFessenden out just at sundown, and they will never wilt- to your readers, I will attempt to the best of roy ability
, leatroyc l ; thence with the square East of Xtwnan- ures ns the public safety sm to (
: t ThcSmull i'ox. j street and fiontingoii B.iy, which contained the lar 'ean'lhsndom .roter.ii1v to adopt sur-h measure may n.l>j<.ct rr1ure-uti'l to ihe who :* thin pafade l as "a sound Whig t Many other plants may be transplanted the same1 to give you some: idoa'of the beauties of nature

block known r. tyrne's building ; nar proval of the City Council. a< in their judgment may ap Senator," is nn abolitic-nu-t of the purest rny. | way as threia displayed. Vet a perfect description of e

;t The t%ali *nt areas yet confinc-l to tlo" oftho} Iv the whole iiHre bi-injj ef>n umed. tt the fame he calculated to the thing of natire beautiful in itself utterly 5m.psatble .
] promote dth of the citv., !I I Tlii< is the article, word for word, comma for comma Now look out for cut worm among the cabwiges -, so u so
c'f the? brig C. A. Coe, n.entionod in onr la twnlv" the
.1t 1 crew tune with building' on bay street K.at of the-
-- hie-b appeared m thi* Time first a little salt '-r put afonml the stem will! that it is a* h were almost m vain even toil-
paix-r as haunt; bvt-n reait to u houte n the point at which the fire originated, and ofXc-wnau- w paper. paragraisscas guano keep

.o:; upptiMte* hide >f the liver from the b.-mb puu.f. MI>| street, which vas nt once swept awuy. 0 Resignation of Major Beard. copied vtrlatim as it was found in (the Counei. him oft Thin out beets and early turnfp? ; now tempt it. Tbi Grove is situated about five miles *-

we have hpo that the ptecautiefl taken: b\ the) citi- This vas piinciidly| the e'ure of and the area i Tliis; gentleman, who for Fcvc-rnl years has filled the Not a word was omitted. All the ctedit the Milton thin out the celery and draw the ruth to the stems, low Micanopy. (a small bs't 5ourhhiug town.) near the

; :: !.1)) of St. 5laiks ill ['re\eulthedi c'ascfioin.-j>readjt' -1 which has lieen lev.stuted by the devouring element dividing line between Marion and Alaeboa. Counties
post Comptroller of thU State,has resigned nnd been paper gave to it was retained-showing that the Sen- jut leaving out the crown bud. Plant melon?, ctr
fr. %Ig. 1 The wino! was blowing btrongly at the time, nud canv .
] ;: Iliily ou Sanday moitiing.tineof the ptkntQ, while, ed the course of the tire, at first, to be to the westward succeeded by T. W. DitLVAiiii, Hrq, late U. S. He'istcr hail, by a little trouble, might have spared itself the cumbers, sqr.asl.es and nil rnnninjf vine More than It !s almost surrounded ty water being piaed on 0

L delirious from fvcr, made hw escape fioni his miree, I by which several private dwelling* ot the ex in the Tallahaeiee Land Di-tric-t Major IE.CKIwa > trrcr accusing us with having erased the proper halfuf the vines are ruined by being planted too arm of land projecting into Oraoge Lake. This netk

4:*, v Ii.,. being worn out from fatigue had fallen nsleip. 1 treme weel cud of f the town, and! fcveral sl< ret, M n>- : one of the most efficient public fibers the State credit and substituting therefor the Courier. The thick ; three melon, Cucumber or squash seed hr a bill of land comprises about three hundred acres two bun

.; As f vKi as he was mi* ed, a p.nty was dejx.ti-hed in I idy's, H' lni" and Fairbanks* Mills! and (the new hotel ,- this it tired of which contain nothing but Orange growth.The .-
ha tet had in of its D.pnrtmentj latter floes not bring charge against us- are plenty.
any Tlie office paper
.- search of him. They )o4 J hoot found him late esterfr of Mecsrc. set fire but extinguishedI ,
y Day, were on for Orange trees are rather slender but to tie
Plant Ofcre late cabbage seed August ran
sow up
\ day :iftvruo' Two or three persons are rejKMt d lobac I "ie mute-rial dnmage was fustaiued. Still, the filled by him), with so much credit to himself! anti advantage knew that would be unjust-but why the SenliieiJias ;

": fcu him near Oo*. c Cre k, but were afiaid tux iutc-nsc any heat fioui the first block was *<> great that ofitself I to the public intercut, i is *eeond iu importance done it, w e leave for the editor to explain. The C'ou- transplant'og! ; keep the hues flying this month for J height cf twelve or fourteen feet fortnmjf a perfect

}: nire'L 1)itu. It is feaied he will pcru-h iu the Swamp.x ignited the squares on the opposite ride, and l on to none oilier in the Government Indee-ditniny with S ier says !- garden sjil that is worth cultivating will produce mat at the top, and n couseqnen a fine snade be

i j The rumorof sonic tw ), or three eiuzeIa of St.Marks the Eaot, nnd' the imnunse amount of goods thrown t justice 1/c said to be the most laborious and The editor of the Floridian 4 Journal, with characteristic weeds, ns well as vegetable Almost every variety neath. At the time which I visited (b grove, t Es

::3* Laviiti; l en attacked by the cliseaHe is, we are grati- from the stores along the whole of U.iy-strret, fonmdfi responsible ingenuity and uprightness, has saddle e-n to of vegetable may bo transplanted with care. It is '' trees were budding oat and sotne tsf hem Were ia fuQLloom.
,! ?" lied to learu uutrue. We advise our friends to payrP' the same cauoe, animnic-neccoutlagratiunof spiritf department in the whole State maebinerv, ns individual with half the *ensenn
us an article which an better to transplant Cora than (o replant iC.- affording a fragrance which could scarcely beexcelled.
l ii > attention to -the rumors whk-hniay reach theuijf oil, paint, Ac.Uv through the hand* of the Cornptioller the entire financial editor is ordinarily supposed to have, provided he

about the *preadiug of the disease, unlos they arc this fire, seventy buildings are entirely destroy system of the Common wealth must pass. He has could read, would know at once not to be original "This is the month to thin out the vegetables.Thin .- Time trees were also laden with ripe froif of

$/tf, well autbe-nticated. While w e reeommeiiil all projxipreeau'i" ed. Of these, twenty-three wei e etons, of the fiil- to i-upcrv ise the working of the revenue laws the ,;,!. IM e* it hail due credit at the bottom to the pa- Well at first Sid then fro over and thin ncrirn I last ear's Towth.. presenting the curious pEr.aeszs
T is.l'i prevent the spreading of tLe and Save all the ashes suds Leu
*emcnt collection of taxes per again. manure
regulate aoap
would all nl.-.nn in ,
dejrtCCJtc unnccewarv regard F. Weaver to ;t- WaLulla (..Vtfwrt) Tiwet, 'A pill 12/A. firothe, jewellera ; S. X. Williams, grocer ; J. P. San the venue, examine and audit nil claims against the election of Fessenden. a notorious free-boiler of about the premises to apply to the growing grove

-- derson,dry good*and provieion ; Hloodgood t Bows-e, !j the State, and do a variety of other things, requiring Maine, to the U. S. Senate." crops in the garden. Every family that keep twenty I The remainder cons&ta of tIme bitter sweet, wbieb are

c The IndiansBy do.; I!. Tiuiau do.; Haitiidge.. do.; J. Mode, dry in the officer a range of admmi trative talents andbusiness Now, nil the stilt growing out of this matter rests hens' may. with assistance of the soap suds and almost if not quite equal to the real China Ortngs.
oods Jam* Hanham, ; Mr. Hernandez, tobacconist
47\4 infurmatkm received from f i"pcr nutUi itt. tvef.re ; ; C. De Wail, nutioneer grocer ; L. Capella, fruit habits and qualities of the first order.' These with the Cvuritr, which copied the paragraph origi ashes that are generally thrown away, fertilize a gar These Oranges are distributed every winter throcfk 1

lufmtned that the Indian deloga' 'tt. now at Fort store ; J- Santo, do ; A. M. Ilecd, dry goods and provisions requisites were combined in Major BEARD, as the uui- nail). That paragraph was careful to state that den spot iu the year, as much as would atom of I East, South and portion of Middle Honda, and

Mkors. wi'.l leave, on their return lo AS11"; in the ; M. Kell, do.; A. U. Huas'ey, grocer ; Mr. ted voice of the public nt e-sts. To him. retiring after Maine had a Whig Governor and Council, and that guano." have no doubt but that ia the coarse of three er four

:i :;. United States steamer riuhnu, which iJ1 txpeted Moore, fruit store ; J. L. llognrth, tinner ; Ambler: of arduous service it _-_ years they will be sent to tarions States of the TTff-
ycaip niust he grattif ing to know the triumph of tbe Whig party" was completed by -- -
here before the end of the month.N'e and
isL1.: dIliKjg, dry poods provisions ; J. L. Itipley,
\ regret to learn, that try fro of the }'1osJ' clothing; J. C. Brown, fruit store ; T. B. Amcrman, that a uell done, good and faithful servant" follows the election of Fesseudcn to the Seuate-but nowhere The Nebraska Bill | ion and become ao extensive article of trade.
1 Iiwliaus Lave collie in to accomtiany the di Uution.. ,''ti'Vpoo
14 : Two men of about 33 jcars of age, and two wonicn eti ; !t. 0. Acc *ta, fruit store ; J. B. Howell, groor ; intelligence and worth, highly esteemed by men of all was as carefully excluded as the other was carefully time wlieu speeches for Buncombe shall begin to pall pleasant by tlie company several bidies,wbosl"sj'
with four chil ken, are all that wire in f>r emitrrHtionni Hernandt-r, tailor ; C. Do Va1l, Bakery ; Geo. bed around toem such and mirtifulness -
JohTt'h pleasttfe
for his amiable doubt that a light
parties character have the
and and no benighted before it will lie taken for
stated we the
qualities. public palate,
the 2 id and uidcts on up
dLlr; no more were cxpi-cted, by Fla"r J J-wellcr: It. IL Uarhy, tailor ; 0. Bating, t that lie who is of their society
ineapable enjoying
chance, the family ifune of tliese warrioi Jsbw i.Bort'anJ : Mal er. readers of the Courier, who were not enlightened as consideration. Its friend are confident as ever that

b Our informant further etatcs The dckg-aten have The Idi-tv iffiee8: of Geo. W. Call and G. "W. Hawkins English Duplicity. to the free soil and abolition heretics of the new Senator it will finally hmas Mr. Preston of Kentucky: : (whit;) can scarcely be recognized as one of God's rres*

done their dot/, bv making known to the 8emiu and the cftee Notary The Baltimore American sajs : looked upon the triumph" as worthy of a shout in a speech iu the House on the Cth last, said He pay
j4 the terms offeied Ly the government ; nor wae much etc in tins Bvine BloCV. ww also' destroyed jxrlion our esperaUly, who has for several years
more expected us the immediate result of their \isit.AlthotiRb only of their legal a.liflieial doc-nmeuts being The Emperor of Russia, in his defence in the official The editor subsequently, even while professing indignation believed there wn n inajenty in the Horse who were mpairf be u recopuzed as the belle of East Florida, and

there is no hope of a general emigration mved. J. Fmnegan's Office, etiu I*. M- Falsom'a Fur journal of St f Petersburg agaiiut the attacks iu the that we should have saddled" the paragraph ready to tote for the Mil, and nr called upon the gtntlcnutn past charms sufficient to entitle bet

this ririug| -the anxiety of the Indians for peace und niture Store, were consumed. Britiih Pai liament, charges the English government on him-(which, by the bye, we did not do. ns he vol. ftvm Xcw Tmk (Mr. Cutting.) who he regret | who indeed possesses

,.-;, their deereaMng with the slock inducements of ammunition held out ami to them culiuuce, may, together Maj. Barrc-tt eatitihe had but business a few day with* previously CV-L tiaiid felinqui'hedliis son. with complicity in all the measures which they now untnrilv" saddled it on himself,) takes occasion to ted was ix t in his scat, to epeetWy redeem his prom- to the appellation&SCULAFIHS..

rji vet. it 5 is lKhlOd.i veil the nccewity of *" erc5ouM or Mcllory'a mel Insurance A euey oflice in the Sainni; condemn and threaten war against J This charge rejoice qualificdly. SnbslraH the free-soilism. and i lie of mottius; tur its cant o-miJoratioa. Th Wl altbot'h I Hew Hampshire Election.j .

tI itn Indian war."-Tnmpa llrrald. 2'itli ult.NonIntervention Block, also w ent by the board, together with a .iwr- i against the Biitith ministry, of duplicity, has created Fcssendeu is a good enough Morgan for a Whig stomach i in (\- u ittce of the Whole, was not dead ;

totm of hl PPt. a great excitement in England. Iu Parliament the but even with all hit errors he is prefeircel to "a sin! as the fucMtds of tie bill were not afraid cf discuasKm. ue rcanu 01 toe reuis etrcuou to iiew iiinf n" i

The Custom 11u. Mr. Mclntosh, store and I Irlwelling rnattef wn brought up by the Earl of Derby. The democratic hard." This is a mere matter ol tate.- h* hoped it would b< speedily brought fi rward, says the "Washington L'ttivn, as regard fJel til *to
The Boston I'oat discussing the Nbra'ka bill sajn J. 1.Ioh'ii! Clothing store, the elegant resi- the house has for some tune fern stbjeet of dvpnt*
for however we should alwnys a moderate nd! th. f New York would redeem a
that 'rJcu) <*e n also the law llicc of I' Fraser, EKJ, were ministry, of course throw back tic imputation. The As us, prefer that jrenUeman reum j ue
note among other buildings destroyed. !j London Tnnt tk-fendit the government, and in its' behalf free soil Whig to a rabid Abolition Democrat, his pledge made at the time of the committal of the i between the whig and abolition newspa|>ers on
Jefferson declared that to regulate the
nooditiuns Frei4dcut of men eompotiiiig a State was ccrtainU The two nnd only Printing Offices of the place-the speaking apparently with authority, says : but as a general thing prefer neither, always looking bill, H, li \tTr.the supporters of that measure were one side, and the democratic presaon tbe other; tboogb

!: xcluwve right of every state, vbich nothing intl Republican and the News, were consumed, the latter upon it as a misfortune when men of such stripe sty t nqui ltd, an>l the NIh rejected, they wortd have the I long since we'felt enabled to make up our jwiad, i -
the and hot of the material We have not now to learn, for tie first time that id'minJ.tratUo
e coiwtitutioD ha taken from them and giveu to the entirely enough Republican before the Emperor Nicholas engaged in these extra- placed iu the national councils. prouJ jmlifaeu of bemg vanquished! in endeavoring Jependenf of a doubf, tiat thfr1 of.tfce
has been gleaned from the harvest of the terrible a> 6 ** tl*tan*"
! 1 general goemmvnt: Reaper to furnish this Extra We shall order new otdinary traucactious.he bad attempted, at various to maintain the cofislitutional rights of their country.? bad acbfeve'cr V
L1 1'rciJitnt Maditon;declared not only ag .nst this times, and iu various forms, to lure ahuoet court of the The tobfas estimates seal abroad
type and a press however, by tho mail for the North, every filibuster Operation*.-The New York Courier A legislature.
: State4resticticNa but via not willno the powers of the of Europe to share in the plunder As long and be New Hampshire Statesman -
and to be Turkey. the Boston Alias
to-morrow moruing hope fully ou our contains the by
following :
Enquirer paragraph Sermon The
A Iftbratka $.- Journal of Commerce
II general governownt: f ct" again in the course of a month ; and in the meantime njo as his own visit! to this country be held the same exaggerated, have; no doubt, mislead
resideiit Mouroc delved hi* JHermmation to veto shall endeavor to iesnn of aiignngc, and it may have been repeated in greater There probably never'was a time when the plans concludes, from the best calculation that it has so grossly
the princij>le oftste ro tnctjon, and that th<' ttrlitorial copies! enough our paper detail in the course of last winter. But what answer of the Cuban Junta" and those who work with able make that iu New many as to the present relative position of the "Granite
for our exchanges ou a fu4.eap sheet, on an improvised been to England and New
rwtridion "repiiguaut to the principles of I two iron hand did lie get to these overtures What answer did beget them, were so well organize), and their means so ample State" and President Pieree's administration. We
-our being ut-
The etnutitution : wrecked.press We therefore throw presses out-self the when he sounded Lord John Russell, of all men in as they arc at present We arc credibly informed York (there have been preached,withins ix week,3,263 trust that the following frank concession by the Port'

rr.ii lent Adams dechtred it.vas not n-itliin the icrly of our advertisement and reading upon he world, ou the subject of an eventual partition of that on this island, (of New- York) there M ammunition Auti-Xebraska sermons-and, in this large number, it Journal ft uniform federal
indulgence patrons N. H. whig pqer
IMWCTI of Congrtt* to IIiIM* the projx ted klaveiypiohibition M for little while," being determined not to desert Turkey I We confidently reply, that be was met by enough stored to supply m invading force is estimated that the Ninth Commandment has been mouth ( ) *
t oil a Mvcreigu State : 'a au indignant refusal ou the part of thelBritub Govern which could sweep the Island of Cuba from east to of sixty years, wM suffiee to convince every e** *
the burning *hip"-being utterly opposed to violated 65,421 times.Importantfrom.
"JYwdeut Jack m declared hat MisvHiri would of "rattmg." any mcDt." west in thirty days. Tbe men are ready, and havo the indomitable democracy Uv achieved ain viotor/

4 n rer bubble lurself to submit) to such a prohibition, ipccic As we are doing advertising for merchants inCliarlestoti It is said that the Czar proposed to give Egypt and attained a respectable state of discipline; the officers regard to and deocmur i it: are ready, willing and anxious, and are, soldiers of West Indies.
Frwideot Ilarruoa declared that the XwUiwcoUrnSUtct and Savannah; we request our oo-Umpo- the Island Candia to England, while Russia would such accomplishment, valor and prodene. that the The Journal says:

., notwitliOaiidiug the 179 1 ordinance, had the rarie. in those eitie to note our situation. keep the protectorate of the Principalities, Servia and ranks of an expedition which tbeyfwould! lead against BALTIUOKE, April 7.-Tbe barque Charles E. Lex. ..The Patriot may claim two or tire more rep *

*rkbtU: eetablish slavery or prohibit it, as they pleiu4'todtbia The steamer Florida"
the State rcstrictioo fur M&bsou. thi time of tho fire, and drew off iota the.tream BItprogresced with the best volunteers which this country could that three French vessels arrived at the Island, March ik. ft*M A. inAtnrwr* CWtn d,fF.tnn fiift .
proposed 41 t %r w n > fvtm>+m**** % "
uacoDtUUrtiooaly ;; the Seminole" from Savannah, biing- furnish. Btb. under Admiral DiKjucsne and threatened to bombard where two free oil members went regularly eled**

0.1 C ti wu - ,- r ng the moil, (the Oaston being taken off the line,) John iflfc/tPi1. Ski IrislsPofrid.-Tbe Richmond the town, if certain demands were not complied but we believe the Patriot list is generally mors'

( had the rfv r. Erery exertion wa made Examine :-The Ci jieo U in lalent jftT, est ix-Presidint Fillmore. with in forty-eight hours.
rug Jf /-TbU i U tbe nato that thould b* pawed up says Arrival of rate than others that have been published.ofN B.M5
: ifW the citifcent firemen, and even the ladies, who Soloque returned for answer, that sooner than submit -
by the best in' Hew r1dJ
In the fashionable modem bonnet which Jightly and decency, paper now published Mont Ex-President Fillmore //reached ,wnurkl.andA-'L Jeobs ;"of
April would to exist
given assistance to cease
were found here and there lending arrest the Haytlea aovernmeiit
retting; on the back n the head, affordi no proteeii< the fire- the negroes ahto lboriof faitifully to York. It* editor, among the feorropt crea'tarej conneetad -- this city to-dayi and ,was 'received with great enthutiaatu. The next morning the FrcDcn frigates saluted the Hay- been cUssed in ne'papers JB free.aoilsn.bothte1umoOth.enocrsticeideT .

Ion pretty fee i-but oat the contrary, increaeea the do their'utmost. But the fire beenm unmanatt-abje "with ba press of that city, appears Hyperion; :lie was. met by a convoy of steamers, and at tiemi colon apd there the matter was ended. The nature -
WtraetiaM'vhiab. mder MJ eircwmtooae luvite the the vbaxfwu received i by a large body of citizens and "Tbe 1 afrior table gives thof
u4ii the intense heat extended itself, eoiifu4a&audh&nit1on Satyr I He wields with equal the eam- of MUkmetrt bad not transpired '_ "
f stamp of kindneM and Affection 1 how difbrcnt from reodfwed bumau exnii \lees ethclent.A among power soldiers,.who escorted him to the City Square, where 2 :_- I nineteen b tbe bouse. ,.
the odious poke bonnet,** used 1va Hod twenty years pfrthl'ot the fir* uafortunatsly- fall into B etar of keen flsjWug wit and the ponderous heavy be was ddreued by the Mayor, and responded ia a

go,.vhch formed a projecUug lin. of ci,cumv*lMt*
jiroupil Ve' itrtilng features_a fhetwx d6/r.a" Which and it was lost. th.pairjs|< better than that of any journal of our ac.qoaiutauce. immense multitude. Es-SecreUrr. Joba P. Kenneth tispIae, to4thisnhxe theWbij rtJ1d to nrge oo the death of Webster l -
Ihc'tnostardekt ai d pre. mptadu iImherof beauty tin*; rt e amount of propertr losf, it is estimated, We like the man's bold,, |jd.pmdent sso spoke at one lcngb. BoUispeecbeeVereJouelly lbs name of tbo jsiobn iteu, of(ithr reooesaee, as a. '1 Ewflbefefl asleep!
.tr vtiW"hirfly atUuSpt loi asu.wh.i, .ve Ihtt on* hsK Witwtinrdsimo fo New Torlt ae.I New cbeered, au'k tIre receptuo was one of C'most en- -di4t. for the Preudeney. uimosiio* Lik1O iliad rim wWeoing toward the irS,
trust (be Booth trill and
'FijllcrtAke Ike ; > couite, and we ubttmtialry re- tbnsiasticeysritoued thjseWy. Be leaveahcreon .1'.T,are meOt1OSI stung the most proasn( are UIIJCJ'II
; iing pr :ngh.dil-H3.a4; totO in (l rgia. *Tb two print- a1mJ gsendI,'. Ml'OtI7 *
1tquhretl ail cli piisti ,.ro.tw.is: I I ht wusure4-.cnr,pan .(og a liii h.tore wsrd him:.filr; h diitingtiithedrvicts inflhting Tuesday next by the Und.route, stopping at iuttrJ $illard Yilimore and of Sobri Nqw J.yorkEdwsoj Czttdcu ot Pret., oguacbusttts i Life jouiett gtvrnhl:!..

oitrn /uurltul, than l ball lie % alm-.* \cr r ivt alt the piintinj j-aper, our bccti n*! bnttlts. J mediate poiuts, for thc Xortb. ) Eentey.



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1Rr.t"tA. A.TER'FJ i 1 oerliScald are *o numeron; that i fl U lmpt4t to :' JNo.Notice 65f:7 : : .-J'D O'"A 7 ,' 41.:' J fJt 9r. -- 'U 'L W'. $ '

ARRIVAL OF THE EtftOf lb1. them .vhLb the lira** of a newspaper; but '
NnYo. JlS it uuw it an tnUibed f ct that W'J*.'fl4. r of.Withdrawal T. H. CfclCHLOW BROTHERS
ApiiT 9.TK .
: Pills are the let medicine ever ofTtred for the cure of N pursuance of the order of the President of the : .

Driti.bbi1 Steamship E m opt with Liver- : Hepatic derangement. tbeir publication is rendered .] nited State,. bearing date the. ISth juUnt. r : .$. !
."If'A to the 26th ulu, arrived at New York at 4 \ 'f'i'.arTb08e who nuffi-r finm that worst of on the representations and at the request of lie -
jb4;.."". "u S-tturJ"\. .Lcn"'IL_ 8l'.'UTt Liver' Comjilaint. t-lioiild ]It_ n> time, but atora and part (>f the delegation in Congrrss (n.m NEW SPR NG AND SUMMER i FANCY l GOODS

ha t.n to purchase and Ute tLia iii\nhwble medicine. State of Alabama the land within the following .;,
LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET.The For mile at all the Drug Store in Tallahassee, and scribed townships situated in Uw States of .- 'T" '*

Liverpool Cotton market was dull, with *ales- at one Aeency in every Tow n in the South. and Florida. along the routes of the prored I UNDERSIGNED" would moat retpocffnllj call the stentitofkej'thctjcgofTs1s. -s.
iles for the week April 15,1854. 15; 2w iouls from Pt-nsacoln Florida. to Montgomery, ThE .
In i ae. ""*. The were 32: and vicinity to thehr large add beautrful assortment of ,, "- _. r.
lit J Tbe decline i is principally on the lo'crId..L I jbjinni, arid from the last nientioned 'lare. via

(1M t ) bllcII.: The f.$lW>wirur are the quotations: CONSUMPTION, every body knows is I tumpka. El\.t\n. Deentur and Athens to the S.J-E: c* S'C :do.cJ.: iii : { ,,j

Fir Orle"c 61; Middling{ Orleans, 5J : Fair. .MJ i flattering d !"nFt'. It commence and progreo'-e *o I we line will be withheld\ from sale ur entry Recently purchased irf the cKcs of Hew YOrk and PbilaJelphut] bra rzp iw d Luysv;'sAlas tteir Go-d*
dl MiJJ1ig Uplirnd. :6. iibidiiously, that before one i it aware of "it, the lungs I for valid pre-emption claims, until further orders
l.i1..lInJ UI.1iinJl. : : were purchased f fir dt-'i e'l'iT-I.", they feel l assured they can offer fte'ilife* ia this nurkct tutberto tmVaowii
"11' .t.rk of cotton at Liverpool is fiiG.OOOy*le..'. are a mif- of nlr>i,, then a sudden exposure o:ihange wit: To any and all whojire atjll skeptical, we would most respevt/uiry arfy Call Mil ttaminsj tot joufaclftsv

turu*'. tll5l1', the ales of cultou were ",OUl from hat to cold produces infuimitinn Anti in A In the State of Fi-oainA. Our stock conawU id pint of the followiuc%; __ ,
I"w rnccli.ndllll. downward.wl few da\'oJ or we
had ''.:! Gd un.the week, nnd flour I.'Ileturn 3OXSUMPTJOX. For all troubled \vith cough or South of the lose line and ]\'ett of the I Ladies' Dress Goods* Gentlemen's Clothing.RICH .

!"L niailetwa* uuKsttkd, atS s. PronsiomRosin lung complaint, Wl! would refer to the adveitis4ment J mel idifln. I Black Brocade Sflkl. S "P lcuLX VLuk Fch M CoaU. .

,'aslowfr. with Bales of 2.500 barrel, on the ouUide of this paper of Jud.nn%. Chemical Extract I f Fancy do do t do Blae do do ;dU "
ptVC.; at 'L to 5s10 J d. Ri'<* WM iu limited, deC" of.Cherry and' Ltins WVI t," which is tlaiJ to\. a \ Township. 1 and 2 of ranges 23, 29, SO aud :ClTonn'hip do do Plaid* dodo t. do Clack Fch Drap d'Ete Coatl. _

11II1I1U. MOM MARKET.-The London money mars kihe Ii.tlin the great remedy fur all diseases of the .A'cr/A / the base hnr nnd Wett of the I I do Plain Silk Tissues, do do Alpacca dodo .

ilufl auJ* consul* had declined 8t lt. Wfl ------ ,, _t i--.. ..,. ,_ ? -.
-- 1 <>wn inps o and 0 01 range -i. : u- urocaae OIIK issues, c oo uo iinpermi cicin 00 _
} )NAL BY THE EUROPA. I Townships 1, 2, 3,4, B aud C of ranges 28, 29, : ; do Embroidered dado do do Doe Slatf sjmere Pants -

tied s&'r' flf Europe ai e unchanged. The Sljip) Htm. 1 and 82. i 1 Lustre Brilliante. do Fancy s dd do.CO.

.u rn.1,\fG()U fr'l>n th.re are ti nt quite to l-eivy: asi 1 In the State of ALABAMA j do Plain Berages. do FWD Fancy Color's do' do' .
# ( PORT OF ST. MAKKS. district of lands to do Plaid and Figured Ber S do Figured Jo dd
tl'! ill change has taken plate ui the Baiikrrpiinf Situated in the subject i iSparta.
do Satin Striped do' do Black French trap d'Ete do
,t. ARRIVED. j I"or:1. II .
ill I'r
r' .f (1t1hl'' thut Russia recognizes the i line and Eat !'if I do Satin do do do do Figursd Drap TEt Pants -
Lo.,11I1I ? 3JS XcY'rk i'f the tate of t j
'! AprilBri: Remington, Sawyer j; do Plain and Figured Grc'Oa infl. do do do Corded do do dodo
4- lf too"cdn.7lit nid/e. FIIIIJI it. riJinn, southern \ '
rllfrnJifr with to I turvty. I do do do.Black Grenadine ,io
do do Weflitgo Cofd
iVuM-i'*"* *arneftly recommend their POMHI April} ID.-Uuik \V t..t t \\ ni. SaundereNew Y"1 k. Township 1 and 2 of range 7. |I I do Paris Punted Adele Grenadines, ( do do .lpacea.d

r1l11111.lei( vith the W('6teru poweuJut. the gu\un CLEARED. 1 To\m--hips 1. 2 and 3 of ranze 8. i i do Palm do dodo do du Queen's ClotH! du

1lll11t: 1.1,1, 1m,!. April '.-Schr. EhzuWtb William New Yoik to Townships 1.2.3,4 and 5 of range 9, 10, 11 Plahi and Plaid Porn pedour Grenadine, \ do do Qaahmftrette dodo
-\ulri.lll't'ln. to act with the Western powers, but ,,n (lie .l IVtiin. with flU t I bides (.t,". 5 onse tolmc- I'i \\\bhipe 4 and 5 of range 13. il[ d., Gro de Rhine Silk \ \Thie[ Linen Drilling do

f1tlt df iJ llv.Tbtieujcno. CHI bal-s jnin, 3 Uou" nidze, ItO) dry hide*. 4 i III the district of lands snbjeet to sale at } ; I do Painted and Plain fUMng. do Fall y do do dodo
further accounts from Asia or Kale liahand 4:1'deer fckmc, 1 box wax, 1 bale ve-nsion :
: y.rlh f llif lar line and HIl.t i'ftht p.i'tf" !I do do do OrgnndieS Plain do do' dd
w- 1 lam*. ridian toutliern i i I I do Plain and Painted French Jaconeti c do Brown do do dd
The fUris remain .*u> beUirc.'o April 10.-Sehr. Wild Pigeon, O'Lcary, New Or- \ turiey.Toivnship i 'I do Plain and Embroidered RhbH. ( do Cottonade d.
: ( ".litU'U n fusal liu* ken, locoived fi(m tlie Czar. l : (C of rinse 10.TowuNhips : : do Embroidered and Dotted Swiss. S lo Heavy !' per Russia Duck do
It i is he will not wmd n categoiical niit-wer, JN POUT : 6. 7 nUll SIf range 11 j '

lint \fnrjWI''J war if offered. \ BatkOoenu Hazle 1 Barclay, John Deuliam, Pratt I\Tuu lI..l.l's l C. 7, H. 9. 10 and 2i of rRtI igp 12. i : : Ladies' Collars, &c. ; Ge temen's Vests &ca

Tlio Greek itisuin-ci: i in djing out W< t-l V iuuI. fc.i:.iiilcio.P.risr 1'<"u..IJill' G;. .. 8. ?. 10. 11 1, 21 "d! 22 of range : u Ricl. Embroidered Muslin Collar, Rich Black Satiu S. B. Vests, ,

Tinftfiiuifhij.' Cambria bailed (.tI the 25th nit f"r C A. C"'e. Ilublmrd, llcaiiugton, S; "' 'cr. I\ Town-hips 6, 7,8, V, 10, 11,12, -'O, 21 uud 22 of 1 I do do Chemizetts. do do (To D. B. dd

KiniMou to fchip more troi.ps. The Teiierilf: baikd \ bs.-l.r. Neiisoa, Tow el rl'. 11.' I
I do do Underbleevea.
"d.. do Silk S. B. do'
for Malta.HAVRE ._ ._ ,_: B o. 1 0, 11. ., 1", IX. II, 19.. ?O,. .
vitli uf recimcut -- -- - --
ti-irt a & '
-. lowiiiurv
m L -- : do do liaDitB, Collars and do do do D. B. dido E'};
OBITUARY. I 22 of nnure !:.. : do Ilomton Habits and Sleeves, '. Silk S. B. dodo "
1 1nA'RF Fancy
COTTON MARKET. ; Town.-hip.-9. 10.( 11, 12. 13, H,15, 16, 17, 18, ; do Maltese! do do do do D.B. do' ",
I this 'it&III the I 12lh illrrt. of PiariheaMp.
Pied in .
1 t t
March 23: .-C 'ttou ha advanced one frant- I I 1 and 22 range : do Gimpute; do do \ do Plain White Mars. S. B Te ts.do ,
HOnEHT[ B. OLIVER in the Snd \eur of Ins age. Town-hip U>, 11, 12. :;, H, 15, 16, 17; 18;, i-
biiUb. j : -
TLe salobol the week amount to G.yOO i I do French Lace Habits nnd Sleeves, do do do D. Jt dodo 1
I nUll 21 of range 17. ( I do English do do dodo Fancy do do S. B. d<.
THE FKEXCJI LOAN. Negroes for Sale. i Townships 11, 12. IS, 11 i, 15, 1C, 17, 19 and 1 I H ,
Piuuch loan amount* to range 18.Township : t do Slalteee do do do Plaid Lined D. B. dodd
the now C-4':
The BuWiiptionnf about 82 ff and and 17 of 19. \ .
LIKELY MAN. > ears aire. 1\ 14, 1C range
hundred million of fiaucs. The fuuJs have large II do French d6 tlcf Plain Linen D. B. dodo p--
four ) Woman al''ut 22 yt-ars. with her f ur rhildirn. ![ Towr!hip 17 of range 20.In d Embroidered .
Mourning 7 do Silk D.D. dodo
l J.r dt.ciucJ. For i 11'ICII".iC.: oiiiiuiie': c-f F. II. 1'LAGG.Aitii I the di-trict tlf lands surijcct to sale: at T<,* do Clieroizettes. G Dt'* Plain Linen Oat, 5

COLLISION-LOSS OF LIFE. ]. i 15 I It i\::;4. 15. ,i XvI: th of tit ta,, tln. and L'a<>! "f the' :. r rridian : do do Undersleevef, do Plaid du dodo ',

A eolli-ion occured in the English Channel between -- -- -- Cheap Good-;.- JXrf J out'1,111 turiey.TownchiT : I d, Valenceinue Lace Undersleevea -. Ruscia do du. t

tie American thip Ann Kemble flnJ the British bark >s : al"' -- "f r"".'-* 11 and I:. i i do d<> do Collars. Boys Faney Marseilles Vettt, ..
Ji4ii.i, (f Liverpiwl. The latter tuuk and 11 lueslott. Town-hij; 2'J: and 24 of ranges la aid I 1. i iTuwu".hip _
ill their n'
N'rl The bbip was roua>dei ubly damaged. e.z--j l el:/''*'* FU''a new arran"oim'"l' ; :: of range 15.Xvii'.k I and Misses' Bonnets. rents' and Hats' .
> a.Jui" -"" as miks: it n"'<'!>!'ary to ; fi:
NEW ronst-ti-I n gou.1 nupply) if Watches '1 f excryti"n deoTp-I fTltri ia',. north'rn surety. !' I -i t do Belgrade do IVnama dCampcachy }

NEW O&tl.A.s, April S. !, Jewelry. 1'auOootl.. ., Cutler/. Guns Plate-d Town-hips 15, 16, 17, Id, 19, 20, 21 and; 22 of ] 'i, dod Saruglu8 'do Hat. i .

Tlie, "al** of cotton nt New (>ilea .. or atunlav i \\'. aud iiiimeiou'' other at-ticlc 1 *. nhicbthoy I pledge I I I I III't Ii ,:(. i '> French Lace dodo Texas. Campeeshy Huts .,_, .; i"-

T.u' <*IKIII bah-N tit n tlii lino of f 'if a ('ut. the rnr- thenccUc- fcell! to cash ent4tzIeru. nt Ir'atJrc.- '' Township 15, 16, 17, IS, 1'J, 2'), 21 and 22 of i( i do do and Satin Straw BouneU '; French Leghorn do .

kt V *his uu-ft'lcd. !MiJdhnj J-J to bl r--ul :jdu.vdpii-K TOWLi) i MYL'IW.: i ij t\<. do Rutland Straw Bonnets, English d<> do bk.J : l

Tlie Eur"jjr8 account" were received aftt-i bustuossl.oui j A pi-ill 15, 1W4. 15 j jDA T"1..Iif'\, 1C, 17, 110* 20, 21 and 22 of i! do Florence Braid dodo English Stnndu .

*. --- 1r.e.T.wiibilss! I o- Eugliah Straw do Boys Palmetto do :.

SEW YORK MAUKCTS.Xiw j ) VII) r(\: WILSONT i 15, 16, 17, 18, 10, 2''), 21 aad 22 I |j ilw! es Straw Cord dodo ( du Campeacby du ." :. C.
do dodo
Yonu, 0. f..ur. ;i Belgrade do Leghorn
April .\\ JS pU-nute ill Calling the attention <>f hi* entotni ;. I In tin1 district of landssulject to ale at lllJd : Straw Cord and Satiu Straw J30wJet.t. ( do Pedal Straw du ... .. r
The Sew York Cotton Market on Saturdny was un- -rand th<' public to the c11JjccwJ cxtcnsii : do French Lace Bonnets, \ Men' Super Moleskin Hats 7 1i
wttlfJ. with sales cf only SiX) biilos. SOO bags (J" Xs&'r !nent Of South of the bfiKf iitir and \11'\ *t j tit : Rich Artificial Sprig do Golden Beaver do > J..i}'

Hio! c"ff"f .>1J at 11 ttntu and loinmgo nt ?J wills : I iinriJiati, iiurtliin 'WI" y. do dRose Buds, ( do Silver do doMiaaes ,\:
The Flour maikot opt'u(Imovatit but clo"od Leay.Nothing I Town-hip 14 (.f range J. i do do Roses. Riding Flats '" .'

was done after the Luiopa'b imxi s came to TV huh lie hap just rmivcd by all the iccfiit aiiivul Tow n-hijw, 7, b, 9, 1 111. 11. 1 2. 1 G and U of do Orange Flower Wreaths, do Bloomers _r.,: ,oJ I

1I1m<. The sat.s of flour were fcOon liaris. at $7 for and i# n."" o;alvhetfof Toun-l.il 1, 2. 3. 4, 5t.. 7. f. V, 10,11,12, do Inside Bunches of Bud do French Lace Flats, r.4
SUte brand and *8 fur OIa 3o. 1 GoO() Lbls.'of Southern lie plt-J!es IjiuiM-lliKil tll l tIC undersold upon 14 "f rangcc 3. 4. and; 5. do Gild and Sil\'eredW'reatb, Rich Straw Tr.zuiulngs. :

r ilJ at $7 75 to $8 j per barrel. Wheataea tiifle I : tlie b.m.e' tiTiu-s ban_ \ IIOUM in tlni. city. Township 2, o, 4. 5, C and 7 of range 6. | 1

1 it jhor, with sales of OOII 1 u1\II.ls. Corn wa aUo Anionjjthe a'" 'e, may be foiiud a very rare and III the li tnctllf lands subjte-t tocale at .-( \ ; Ladies' Gloves, Gents' Gloves 1Alexander'
and CO.OOO bUt hds bold at 75; t to 78 ctnt e-hoioe beK-cti' ofLadies ;
per 'II Alexander's Kid Glot'
.%1r.ff the la liukhel. Spirits <>f Turpentine wa> dull, at 6; (vutsjirt : Fine Dress ( cods.coiiMbtiug do do SiI'
> do Silk dodo .'
I I Koutlitrn .
callon. 2500 barrel of common TlJ1 ill K..1.III! | riii' tureiy. j i .
J I Kid Gloves Dadjeaus .j:1
tl b2} t. f 1 bG per tarret Rice was firm, with in pai t of : Isi n.-Lips 21 f and] 22 of f ran 'o J 16. j jTownhip !, Badjeaux do Silk do ua 'Silk daBadlneaux .- '
'Nllcu.f 100 tierces, at fC 75 to H 25 n.cn.lc Silks: Dernge Pn-l>OF.Solid Ci/l'J] ) 10, 2'l!' and 21 of rsiKre 17. I C
Badeuiaux Kid dd Kid do ;.
'I 4.4 llhuk Silk, and I Furum, Town-h'ps) 17, IK, 1" and) 2Uof rangkP.. | I ) \ _
do Silk ddBeaudia'u \ do Silk: do
.SOUTHERN COMMERCIAL CONVENTIONCiiAntLMON i I F.iun Silks; RJ>H-S-White French : Townthij* 17, 18 and 1'J of ranges 1W and 20. i iI II : by Kid dodo Beaudb's Kid do '" i"

9 April S). \j Crnjie' de' Paris Walked. I .\ho. on the route of th proposed In atich | ] Silk do do Silk du '.' '

A great number of persons have lived iu the ciu, 1 Rrnsnew and fl'.endi.] !>"-rage IMaine*, j frl'lI1.'an\ ',G.'rh.to M .:;t'Iirv. I by (i Gerraio >t Cu's. Kid Glove Gervai & Co's. Kid Gtovee, ;;'

in a tend the Convention. Among the delegates: auJIe tot\Its', Fijtr Cli.illies, 1 pM".Hent bearing date the 21st uhiii.o : i I It do Silk doLadies' 5., do Silk: do > ..
: ;
S-lid ( .1d. Tan Drown t.
*.r*. Il"\\'l4ltli. ..f GIt'r!pi ili. Lrslie] Coon.be, of Ken. Challry; I5i-riige .'i/rth of tit l'ir lat and f'nxt /II.,}, i Super Silk Mitts c Gcnfs Super Lined Berl.u; Gioves :
11)rHls.I 11'l.lt'. (1'111, I J'riut.J J.n\\"II, I
lucky, and Tjik-.dale rud J,(. of T.'unee.. It nirisuMcd I Pii.k: lilii" lilatk asjl! TiHsi.if tl.fTt-iont fh'l.} B. \ iiiltxn, K-itlliCin suriry.T..vi.l"p Blisses' do do do c do do Lisle Thread GloTes, .

) that vklier Ti ix-d-tlt1 ur Jnues \\i1l be Pits'' White I'rnt-. Mu'-hiis! of all kinds ii'c.Jc. 11 of: raiiL'f 25. t."i'!I Ladies' do do G loves, half fingered, ; do Norway Gauntlets :.

:idetii I AL:O. a full H!..r mrr.! c,fLs I Tot;1I,1Iir" 10(I, 11 cml I 12 (.f ran?e 26. I Mia.seedo_ do do do e'du \ do Bdckskb Gloves, .?"

(iHJ .o\T BM'J-F.\.STT.ST TJilE OX IirCORITh ', vr .vid Ern'ioid.iHats' ; anti] Caps '!'To\vn-l.p- 0, 10, 11 and 12 ..f ranp 27. \ I Misses* do Long do do do ( do Beaver do :

fitite>t iHe><>f the wnt'a took plii'-e ;'1)Oot- ]:,ww's uuJ "'irmll'Jf! 1.IFo ;1",1 "Of'' j Town,'iin; !. 10. I 1. 12 anl I 13 of r'iti-' : 2 tlU-' Long Super Silk Gloves half fingered da Super Antwerp Glove.' t.'

i..l.i\', iinl ie--'!'ltJ in tn! fastert time ..11 r --<'r'l. The P.ir.in<.1'r.nd )asi'.l lmid I t.Vi'.w! Wnre, ,: TII\\"II..I.il'| 8. !. 10. 1 1. 12 anl 13 of ian:: I 12 Ladies' Norway Gauntlets. do Cotton du :iII

I ::-v TJf.rC.tiO\ nod T.IIH won by Isccinlc. a I>iu. 051o\*. IIi>-e, iie, IIrJ'IlII'anJ Cutl'rv, T"\li p" 11. 12. IX: and 14 I.j! range So. : 1 -r II Ti-gether with a great variety of other article, such as Embroidered Handkerchiefs, Plu Corded .ntei1..

.*\icrin; )horse. in t"nI Tiiile heals, b ating Jsrmrrtc I.adisaaitrs, Hullrtw Wjire anti In'n, ;, Town-hip- J and 15 of range 51\ : and Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, Plain Tape Bordered Handkerchiefs Cents and BoY. Silk Lioen and Cut fyt .

t7.16\ '! *, th. hitter ha\'ing Vxuti 1:1'tlIIl.J the H''IIJ: i Tit-p- anti lUi-kin Ac, Gjocciiec; Ac, &i.e. ic.j I (;liven.uini' r my hand': at the Ofiifia! .. ; I, : )'!, 'o Handkerchiefs, Ladies and Gents Silk and Cotton Hosiery. Boys and Musea Cotton do. Ladies Brtrwu .*.*

4i .at. The Jiru'- tithe liii-t nib 7: 26, luid Tiie ,ecrniiu"l I Gcut Vrl'ol G,.,", at thf CitY of WaahingU, tlaa 1.0th( dav of ; I I l ; and Bleached Linen Hose. Gents Brown and Bleached Linen Half Hose, Ladies and Gents Ucdervemts I.

5i-thu firmer Ll'I.b. tLc Lt>ie t lime enl- j And itll uthcr articles r
jnadu.Istttigtonv. | t'tmiew',]hnt. Iu fin<*. out .tlo.k(-<(ii- .ts r.itlm in the Pv order of the Prid lit.I' } of every variety and Styl'. Bonnet, Cup Satiu and Lutestring Ribbons, in every Color, -l,1ngTackJ of ev- Ii'i
the favorite at ..d.Js.fvrt. JOHN WILSON : Lubes Feather Chinese aud Palm Leaf Fans Ladies and MiMes Parasola. Lcceaud .iI'
:&& large ( : ,Lb.ita.ijtijl leuluies; lliau m jjuUs and outward i : i cry criptiun. Folding ,
ftartia The attendance ut the coarbtias .i cwu- up- 1 April I. mi.: 15 Cw-; : Applique Scarf, Mantillas and Tubas Grecianette Shawls, White. Embroidered Silk Mantles Scar& and ';
t.l''rlU. e. 1 \.t.
m i .t < T f TT t. f* f J *
hud tLc betting heavy.Coiiiiucrcial. -- -- almas, wiUi a anu StocK 01 uc-oca,01 au 01 WIUCAwe
Just received a pmall lot of the Bprjrer Tobacco, I togeuier large complete iiouseEeeping every aescripuon ; ;;
Look out for the Engine.T offer at reduced Call and examine for 'fi
I I yourselves.A
which ifT, tin tiadr very prices.
I we ( r t- ; at c..t and! clmrc. .
outhc.'PI Cviivoiition.CllAELEBToX .
April n 1851. 15 D. C. WILSON. lIE t-uWriVr h.n); f..r eile a fine : prill, 1854. 13 2m THOS. H. CRICHLOTT 4 BROTHERS.
Apiil IC'tb. mated ihty-ti\e horse -
-- --- -- -- -- -- -- power t" I : .
Tl>e Southern Comtrorciiil Contention assembled at Fromcw: York, per .. E. RemrnInton," on' GANG OF SAWS, and one of Page's Extensive Assortment of I dy Old Rye Whiskey, Rectified Whiskey, Gin.Ram. .

4 1 <,<-l lk this foren"1I1.flt' Hon. T. L-s "*r IIu rh1 1 ) 10 Coffe-e. Dii) it'd Apples. cular Sawn bljafiings, Pulle\g.
in*,MI. Mar of Chai le ton, "! ujipuiated tt.mr/fJIIU' ;, I\ Java' : Coffee, Heidcie Cnampaignc, and aim,>it any other kind of Mae-hincrv. '. SPRING Candles, and So p. With a variety other arUClui fA
Cl.nirman" him Thllabafee. T. 15: insert here. .
; j at CIIA too numerous to
It was decided that the Omvention was striitly an !: (iolde-u, .S rup G.it-b'-n H loiia Butler.- aIIeIg.PCitrisu -, I' C2T The Mari.iuna Whig and Alb my ((Ga ) : do, HCIR&RITST would respectfully I call the I Tsllhaseee.Mareb 18. 1S4. 11
ConTention from the ''ot. will until ordered and fri ads to the extensive -
adjounied MemphK, -reupon please copy out, and : :I
Curiant, Ci h-r \rill" ar. : and tasteful assortment of Spring aud Summer COPIES IX 20 DAYSi
Hon. Wm C. DilW&OD. If Georgia, was invited take i to adveiti-i : j 20,000
.\1r.:1f"d"'i.itc Wine I \
the chair. ns perauent P; !Jeut. ) Vinegar, | Apiil 15, IS5 15 :l Goods. which they are now opewug. Cuiisistibg iu -
TIe Committee on comaatiou, FuVoqufntlv non/i-; Xew Kcghnd R'm. : ____ ____ (1j i I "--, part ofGtnts THE LAMPLIGHTER .
rated tie Hon. Wm. C. Daw-sxi, as PienJi-ut, with I igaiic aa-l A.neriin B'an ly.Ma.Viia. j List of Letters : Black J Colored Alpacca Sack & Frock Coat, I .
: 11u'rr1'.rt ansI CLict: i ,. .
Wine. 1 It It. 5 most and Thrilling Tale
Lust The Extraordinary
13 Yi e.P'e..iJt'lItA&Ild 13 Secretaiiee, 1 from each I IStite I : \ \ I rt
Hoi laud and Ar.K.-ncan Gin. j "T) KMAINING in the Post Office at TI
represented. [A.uu. &3 Rt the lift of ,'tieePierid -]\ J-t 1 i a-I 1 Caahmerette f OF MODEST TIMES :
Aene the WLiut-of ALSO from New Oilcan20 -, the 1st of April, It54: II II D'Ete II II
we Ei.Go\einor 1) ( Drap U the universal tntimcuiy of the fivtnpap 4
M ln.eley of l-'loridM.-I & JOVR \ Hhd-. ilI ru.l Shouldfrs, A.-Na'tcy Armslrong.B. I:i Merino THIS j. iind the verdict of the reading public. W t : .

A committee <.f three from each State was appointed do B.'-t Brovrn Sunr, .-S N Cianch. Dr II F Brown Mm -. I ,' .. PaletoU, have been utterly unable to fill 'our orders to great .

to prepare busuiew when the convention adj-jurix-d I 1(0, Bbls Extra and SuperCuo Flour burn Will!* Bubb, Mist 11 Harrington, Dr i Drap D'Ete I' has been the demand for this great American Romance. -

to iuft again to-Jiiorrom. 25 do IMx.iled Syrup I N PBemis.Mary Browning. E lilacklcd-e, Il j! Clouded Marseilles of Published by JOHN P. JEWrI'T* .. .

There are now fifteen dlegat in the city from the j 25 d.i Rectified WhUkey, ley B Bow lee. Churchill Byrel, Charles \ fA Wallace Cloth Frock... Coats. Boston and fur sale by all Booksellers. .

State of Uaiyland] JSO; from Virginia, iOO fioni Tenlichee 5 do Lard, j Ha,Icy, John BurgdofLI I Cbam bra Sack.. P.8.-TI. work u ill be forwarded by mail to any 1-
40 fjom <5t< ft fioni Louisjanu and of ."
jipa 22 from 10 CClrolina Kremlin
North i Rice, I C.-Mrs R Cant, William Cannon : person enclosing $1 and six postage stamp :
Carolina.! a
Swutli Carolm: j ill largely iejjre 2 15')X''II Tongu-K, j pard, John Cason, M A Cooper ((2.) J ( I Fancy Gingham of.. April S. If\54. 14.Proflslou .
ted. There are 7 fioai iJion-sipj, Gto. Leslie 2 d.. M I i:1 our Brown White t Col'd Linen .
fcaron. 1 Cole. A V Carman 'W 11 Carman _' t
fiouj Kentucky, and 1C from ,.ujiLatua. 'U'1 :, do Star CandltR. ((2.) ( .) \ White and Buff Marseilles Vest, Ac. .
H A Clark, Allen Cherrazoj, Mr II Clilfurd. I
5 M B CitAtw c-o.v, April 11.-The Convention nu x thiejTjoium For wile bv BERRY d: ROWLtS. (loj I Brown Linen 40 casks Bacon sides -.

pursuant to adjournment and wa occupied I i April 1!,. 1R54.. 15 ,I !>.-U S Dejifriiif. A J Denham, Dr I >-I Black Drap D'Ete Pants Z do. Shoulder. -
Th| reKoliitiouc in relation to the Pacific Railroad and JoM.ih Dauirhter M "Dick. l } M 14 u 1- latirrna .,- ,-St ; t t. t :1
Direct Trade with Europe. Gov. Junes of Tcu *oe(" j\ ----- Just Received, j! li'-Thos- It IMeufuId.J:- A Edwards. i ;:: ;:; : | --- I Merino ---1-- .. 4i 100) lion.do. Flour.IleA i-orir, i""

aud Albert Pike, of Arkansas, rpokc. The biUt-r k.n [ F.-Mis M L E the 5. ( ueeife Cloth It Casks .
Ncv ,
I York and New Orleans, I Fleming, Fulgham, W X Whiskey \
junced reliance on CongrcM fur buildiut' the Pacific \ White anti Linen Drill Pants
'; Java C..flee, Sardtnes I II was d. fancy 100 Bushel Corn. Lard. ).OH.&c.. for sale by.McNAUGHT ,
R.i1ruJ. 1 I 15 Sdekltio Coffee, 3 Tierce S. C. Hums, ; (;.-Mesorc Gibson A- Cu, IIugL I : and Blue and French Cottonade, A OIUlOND., i;
TIle resolutions referred to the Geucral CoinCUU ; \ and Jean DraTi
were Brown Bleached r rs,
., vho will repoil to-n sorrow. I 20 10 M BOXPR f choice No Sepam l Soap, 10 I5blo. Me*" Pork. ; erine Ge'rand, II T Gardiner Win R \' I lt'l Linen Bosom ShirU.Merino UuiKralTr-s, Newport. March 11, 1854. 10 .1'-
Sacks White
The Convention adjourned at noonrurllicr SO Bores M. It H.1\ ins Corn II.-Jas R Harvey, Miss H C Hawkm, Gents fadhiouable Black Silk Hats NEW GROCERY STORE.
2 Bbls Leaf Lard, :
kios H
Mrs Sarah ILukv.
4 Bhls.! Ph .lpV Gin. 2 Boxes Lemon, Rev J W Hume ((2.) I Drab Beaver "
Ne,', b)' Ilic Curopn.BALTIWOKK 4 do N.E.White Rum. zie Hill, Mr Hendcr, Matthew Hair P A Black fur Drab brus-h and Pearl Hat, .
1 Cask Clarified!
April 8. 4 do Old Family Whis2 do Brown do] Miss Sarah Harvey, Henry. L G : i Boys Blaek t fancy cord Wool d Fur Kossutb Hats Fresh GrocerIes aid ,
l lliddle, Jolm IL-ning Be-nj Hagle-r, M I I !, Infants fancy Pearl Hats AT S.B.GAlIDILE'S'OLD STAND. ;
:'\, S HUe
Fighting re about to commence in earnest and the I N. 0. Syrup. toll Mr H '
Humphrt-M. .
I Ex 4
Turks are aid to have bees defeated Iu several tltir- 4 bbl! Ex. Winchester 2 Tierces Carolina Rice, Fancy Good J
I.-D C Isler John Isler.J. B. C. LEWIS 1i
m'uhcs. \\'hillke'O BJXCS Tobacco, Ribbons of all qualities. Bonnet. Cap, White and ,

In addition the Greek insurrection an outbreak of a 4 bbls. Granulated and Cassia Cloves .-T W Jackson, W S Johns, Mrs L C Coolored Satin .Baboons, Black, White aud Colored jost received and u opeoicg for uW aa above. .fi
ten b ciwracter had Utk. place iu Saulhern Albania. Crushed Sugars Yeast Powders, A JuliiiRon ((2.) Velvet Ribboiw. HAS entire new stock of Groceries and Provisiooa .

The .u1.e Black Sea is reported to be exceedingly 6 dot. Claret Wine Citron, Pepper, K.-M Key, Mrs J J Kcrr, J J King Ladies Dress Goods which are at cash prices/or ccuA only. TL Stuck f
teai|> kluoutt. 2 bbl*. Lard Oil, Smyrna and Malaga Figs L.-Rev Rbt Lougbridge, Alfred Levy, embraces, _<

'. Atm >1* W"** x'lt b hreen Aurt.ia and Rus- 4 dt. pt6 Sweet Oil, Starch Candies, Dates, L H I.vman, lJ M Lang, (.t.) Mrs C Consisting in part of- 1 Pork. Cora Pins Ale. i'

:& Nap9\eoa baa pruc1Aitned that AusUia must 2bbIiIi'1oguiSausages. Sperai and Star Caudle, Lee, Mrs Ann E I.uillg, W J Lawrence, J Plain and printed Embroidered Lawns, Lard, Rice Figs, Cidu. fA
the Vebleni ,
j"m 1 and 2d
piwem. Hermetically scaled LobLondon Porter, W F Lloyd, D U Lhkigstou, It K Laing H Mourning. Flour Nuts Vinegar
TLt Czar is said to lie
tomewhnl alarmed I Plain, Printed and Embroidered Organdie,
at the tei s. Clams, Halibut Assorted Pit-Urn, 1ft.-4ss M E Mol"'lia' Sarah Bacon HolaMea, Whiskey, Tobacco,
decided (*iisn asumed the Mnjor,
? by UTortbrni powers. and Walnuts Black White, and Colored Jneonet,
Oysters, English John
J It Coffee Cigara
31, Uaokeic at London,ha>c failed for 2 bU Beef Tongues, Brazil Nuts.' M MDufhe, Hdtv McLint.R-k.Mallard Mrs Dr V S Moore) *. Black and 2d Mourning and Colored Bar ;ri, Mackerel, Boaps.Candles ,Braadiea, Teas 'f f
fne bunucd thoufcft'tid dollars.CeunrrcnccT ,
Colored and Tiisuea
2 do FulLi Maiket Black. Embroidered ,
S-.fl .Shell Almond
Beef, )1I.r W U McIlltOflb, MalLi, F I'laiLI and Printed Pp_. KaDs. Ketchup! Cod Flah .
Tilbt-rld lJ Milly, M u MeEiuhern.K. [ Heruamy Cl eee. .Sardines, Sweet Oil Potatoes
; ri.-The Pickled
April rnrire roteeitst Salmon Walnut Black and 2d _Mourning and Colored Gbghams '
for Oorenwr i ill about 61.000, of which Duttou Smoked Salnwu, Tomattx.Catsup, .-John Niehola, Jas NeUon, Thos of of all qualities Dried Beef tJut1 r. Shot Crackera, .

(Whig) 'rwrtved 19.500: Ingham (Dem) $,(( ; Rut flerriuz. 81111u. Sugar Catsup.and Butter O.-D W'OWeD& A Oliver, J R Offiey ( ) of Edging and loscrtings of all descriptions,. Dri'd 14 Peaches Apples,Pigs Potash Feet. Pwvdar Claret. ; jot

Chapman. (Temperance) 10,900; Hooker, (Free Soil]) &0 HIt bbl. Northern Crackers, I'-S R Park ((4.) D rr \encc'MiM J 1. Colored Parasols and Parasolets IWdt ,1851.. StoriCir .
2,700 : ranking a'' majority ngainst the Democratic Flour DrieJ Apples, ..1V Paige S 0 Price, Devotion Perkins Black and 2d Mourning Parasols 'and Parasoleta "

'candidate about 6OO. Last"\ear, Seymour's(dem.]) SO Bhk Sl" Louia aud Dnl'd Peaches, rott,,Wtn J'erinL) Gloves of all description, *. *_ -
tuajontv lac Gowaor, over aLl other caodidatet, was Ohio Flour, Nails Capes Collars atd VnittcB "
Candle Wick Bpring ,
Richarde. SACKS
It.-Dr Wm R.Riddle 1\ PRIME WHITE OOttf. for
1 1M8 10 m. Rect&dWhia. Pock; ,Mr SJ Linen Cambric Hnndkerchiefc 9 O .
Knivel,' I Jo enb Bawls: A A Rail t', WH Rouse,Jos ,.f r al* by H"C. LE.WI3. '1
The Senate will aland whig 1 7. democrat 4. The key Chldren's, SMt'1 Mr lliegeley. J A Redd. Robt Russell ( )) Saddler,. Man* t, 1854. .V *. '

House- uf. Dckgatec. whin 'and feeaoi1er., 13:, 4 5 Casks do Bacon dollatna Sides A small U of Drv- Goods. land, Miss J Redd.S (t.) Li dies Saddle! Velvet and Plush seat, -, : v r R'
Geuu Patent Leather Eutatil 8ad W E P R Q
Smytbe, Skipper SB
All of wbicb be .
sold ( ) .. .
.jtoD 111.4. ELECTION,Jlpril .*tL-Th returns in the city, for the Cash. a. low a. aD'y other house Dr J T Salter N Sabme ((3,) A P SmiU* ,. l_' Spanish 90 SAC& *RIO- -fFEE-O; A>.Java frr'1bj I
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tt Uae Scurry U C C Selher Tennessee 'B. C. LEWIS
.l.etiea of Hoppin, tbe whir MM! frewoilOoveroar Sunday Wm .
1st door South of tie .
$a4lat. stare of O. 4 J.-Meginnis." StllfWrd,11. : Buuct ." 33rc* 4 .
for B Scott: Robt Sim' -:
and that there i i. no choice ofLepsktor ; era, Miss i :
State "I'M als k in doubt *
Will also! aellatATJCtion property3esired to be ,M. Patent Leather "Quilted Chamois Seat do, !
.aoJd aTlta J 0 Trie Tho Teak Mri Tucker .
Wiiitd ,! vpon'eitbern town "- -
I'\'r.'OOdy.!"Vf*,'otiE, editor>! woo can pleow Sal'days Moudnyi and Satordays. or co otr.r.-. Neil Turner. 8 Taylor, A U Tradll UM! j Bridle ValUes,Martingale a Riding.&.Buggy Jut. aad CamafeWhfps --1' sBB3 a HniAM8iorrff8 TXrRAw .'

f'oreDaD, .bo an III arrange the JOHN IL RHODES. son ((2) A B Turner((2.) Carpet ,10 half Barrel && Gcxsss, 'v'. 0
as to allow '
the raper' 'rl.-(\ every Wt'I .dnrti ement Lv head vctlonetr and Comrnutio Mtcknt. W.-Warden of the PenetentiarT, V ; 1 Hardware_und Cattarjr. 60ErtraS4.T( 0 ..5:

/p"/'pn"OOu" ". '.April! 15,1P54._ 115' MI. S J William, Chaa Whilth, S H. ; tk Knives aud t crkflt Pea and Pt' ket Koive*.GuM &0 Supwrioe.Otu>. fct. .|ay

Dr. M'Luc D Wise (8) Henry illianw (servt) E1hir Shot Pooches, wder.Hak and Gaine Baga.7 unk, 3I& cl4.lS$", ,.. 0 .. ..
s Great -
Jitlltd, for Lifer Negroes for Sale. liamiKm. A M C.D WflJiama Jis *lloo (e ) ; < : ; ; CLJtb.ll Box.Door awl Pad .,Cast Steel'SPadel and ShoT- I 0 c..t : I

(..,.Iiiat.tI. don ((4.) Miss Nelly Walker, Miss M WiloJi I : ., .i. eU: Collins',Axe, CLiseX-Augera, Plane taai1a.1 O..vacrt'U r. r ....1

.' :The f'I'Orn't orfo'.th1.jtllUYftl 1 LIKELY man, good Tnrpentme band,_ White, Wi H E WilKamwo, BeI .Wa1en.: Iron. BlucksmiUt'a BeU va. Hammers Anvils. 10' fi, ,
li4ne ..re.an the daily reeeipt or tile d bed. 1 .of. ..' .. & fidld bapd, V,-Da iJ Young,I M Y*om a ns: I and Dies. Screw olatea, Victa, Bow.CQm-,8haU ." flam.- : '_ .., ., :". ;. J' 0
t.stiwo&als : ft rtoit gratifying 1 bmr 14'years old.}lougbs well, all* Persona calling for of Ole Straw:. Cutter*; Out Row-poinU 3wep*; Trace 'TI"r. u. 'f
fJ A ts'effm 1. any ) '
that ,. ..- l _< .,. '
bad been o" *
Girl 17 MId band. c' --
; J" will please ar* adi.rtised..s.i I .1ftr ;. -. iobbl.Mpo& : 1
f"f' up ftiiflCtiUe b1tM8t a\lIlfJll'hjlicianl.erl *. J say they : .. '. .- .. .. '
; ,T raftJi. or5tw York ,' .. .' G..eettfesr JOf "
rni acceptaace.' .
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m, Afttor'tb riU '

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I JUDSON'S I I Spring.and Summerc'1cthixig' D. H. .A.n.es,1: I I ATTENTION LADIES.T RWII.ACllNEt

-l\ to Stair's Paint Stnigkt Recfa
CHEMICAL XXTBACT 0? RT&AFor TALLA1IASEE, FLORIDA,II''J 1YJ. rail your attention to the tUfont assortment of Pen*..

NOW reviving: at the well known stand of A. B. Wholnal and RUU DcsJer la Good, reclivfj per M'afitte," and adapted to yon MC.UIICTJIS &KIU8 UCM

.. n flue assortment of 1&: DRUGS AID MEDICIHE3.TKarcxntT. a sole us*. WHICH have aeenired1aa cnequled
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IIEADI'->ADE CLOTHING ---. m all part of the \:
In-'! Coittplrti Cnr of Coughs.Colils Edgings and Insertings. Cry tariely Sewing are now offered at tile ;
.ruitabl Cur Spring and Summer in Dyestnfib, Snrgical Instrument ed
hadl' '.z ,. A-lliina. Broncltl wear, comprising ash price of ONE HUNDRED DO
. { piiiisii <>Blood. uiul nil paart tile follow i'nr' articles: I X Spices. Snuff, Window Glass, Paints SWISS EoTngs A Ins'ngs. Maltese Edgings, dear profit from the use of these Ruwmne u. ;

oihi-r L.IKIK Compliiiuls lending loConsumpiiun. Drown nod White Navy Drill Frock k Sack Coats, Oil, Vamifrhes, Putty Manufactured Tobacco, Valencia l 1500 to $1000 a year, depending oo tL ki k ,
Fancy and White Linen Drill &> do do and Glass Ware, Patent Medicines Smrna Real (lone. d oi .

CHERRY :AND LUNGWORT Clouded and White Frock and Sack Coats Fine Snaps Fine Tooth, Pore Wines and Brandiesand S-xlloy Smyrna Flouncing*. We wish to all tile attention of maoufticularly .

**** 8 3 S S 5 Striped and Plain Gingham Sack Coats Hair Brushes, for Medicwahpurpcses, Blonde a to our newly invented aid emti.
ro* THK.coac or 1 1 1 T 1 Bl k aud C.1\I Drap d'Eta Sack and Frock Coats Paint Brushes Fancy Articles .

Courts: Colds, Hoirsness, Spitting III3 preparati.m is getting into use all over our do do Summer Cloth do do Garden Seeds Fine Havana Segars. White Goods. Mac .e to Sew wltk a Sligle lii T

Jcountry., The numerous lctterse receive from White and C I'J Diill! Pants He has recently received brigs Aa Sawyer and ;
per This instrument
Swiss Muslin admirable in
AfONET Cambrics M so L
: of Blood, Nighl Sweats, Asthma, our variors ngent hif. nniBsi us of cures effectetl in Fancy tilr.-eillt'IJ Pants Mont.uk. a Loge. and /VexA mfp/y of every variety J Clieek B..k" .o perfect in its operation and resultthat eontriran itentelL< *

Lifer i Coopltlnts andCONSUMPTION thfir iinmcdiiitc nei,hbods, warrant us in savinc Fancy C.is it i* me of the l"e>t. if not tlie very tx-st Coirgli Medicine Bl'k Drup d'Etii ilo) do do Physicians will always find ntthisMtablishmeiita full | oode *
FigdCoi'd Curtain Sowing by machinery. For linen ? f *
ni.v before the public. It almost invatinbly r- of needed and the usost liberal ; ;
MW "
Fancy and! White Marseilles Vests, supply every thing on
Linen Lawn. u the only machine that ean make .
Bishop's a
. liev.s .nd hUt unf.equently cures the very woist canes. Silk Vest terms. 1r
\EATU OIl be ftuJ lutltctii$ jM-eveutcd in thonJ I When all other c nigh preparati have failed, Ugh Spiiug -A J.80- Order from the Country promptly filled and .atfofaction remain distinct and beautiful after wahin ..

p MI '- .f rnnbv tin ".,f. r'** #'11'" r-,.fJnUDSOXS this has nlievrment of Shirts. Collars. Gloves. Cravats guaranteed with regard both to prices and Mourning Goods. work.nd Mattraose every sort awl of leather Sewiar

CHKMICAL EXTRACT OF CHERRY Medicines luvl Iliysicians run tct. ify. Ask the Agentin I J1Il'J'rDru.'ers., Undershirts and various other -I quality. Physicians prescnptions carefully com "D L'K all wool de biDe, Black Satin, king- all Sewing in 1rnir oilT
AN I) LI N U\ 1U'1I.-Thi, mpJieine unlike iiu*.t your neatest town %hat has been hu experience ol articles tin numcrnn to Jn4-nt ion. pounded.Aleo.. I -U Bombazines, Hair Crape, OF SEAM IS REQUIRED the 4

,.f the p ttut remedies nr tb" day i id the result of the 'he efFt cts of this medicine. If he has been selling it A full sortment of Cloths. Ca!imeres. I e"tiiigs, F.PPI G'S COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT Fig-d Silks. French of this machine cannot I* equalled. It is mo '

- enrcful o tHJ" and trpfilmrtiitvt t cicntific and exjiitxrtd I for any length (>f time he will tell you whirh the subscriber is prepared to manufacture to OF BUCHU. 14. Watered do I-Jiglitb pie in its construction find much mere f&@illl1aanag'd
;' Phifticia-t; "*. Tbe two principal iugreJieutd IT IS TilE nEST MEDICINE EXTANT. order on the shortest notice in the most approved Decembcr2I,1b53. 51 r'd 0 M'nmg Sleeves A Collars mini operated than any ether.
nnd celebrated."KILO } Hereafter we shall be prepared to
hate l lirvn supply
: m? CHERRY BARK.-Wht'n the tn-ngth of Below ire give a few extracts fnnn ]letters xve have fflr.Clutlill'sU.and best. possible manner. All in want of good Glass, Oils, White Lead, &t. Handkerchiefs.- of Sew ill machines each perfect and ewpIeteefZ

licine know received latdy regarding the \irtucs of this medicine. ; kind. at the following cash ct.
the bet
' this ie yrjp'rly cxtiactrd is inc ?'- Orders from the promptly attendedto flO\kS Window Glass assorted sizes,
country Eml'JI1'JU.li..llIem
an-1 other Pulmontry illstxvs Dr. S.:S. O.lin. of Knox\ille. Ga., MVF :-I have :; 100 LADIES St'd Ird'U 1. Needle and shuttle
fur thc worst Cungli. CLARKE. No. 1 machine of
cunus: ly A. B. I 00' kegsVhite Lead,pure,extra & C'brie .4 Bordered present
t 1 e, it looeen tLc phlf/m Wid nuibles the sufferer tel been using xour IJv rwort find Tnr very extensilyin I March 18. 1851. 11 5 barrels Llned Oil, Tape suleon wooden box, ... .|lco ;'
r-xpfctonite easily nrid alone will cure the w,-rbt cold ) my pactk-e f i. tliree Tears past and it is with pleasure ; I 6 Lard Oil Collars & 2. NeedK. and shuttle macl.iU4 of .present" <

: t'r cough which if uog'ccted always lea to Cousumplion. that I fctate my belief in its superiority \'er all Furniture, Chairs, &c. 20 Kegs Zinc Paint Sleeves.MBR'D style on iron frame... .. ..'lU

'l,, ; other articles vith vtbich I am acquainted, for which from 20 package Fire-proof Paint. (bbl*. and i bbls.) ]E Collars, Embroidered Sleeves, S.Needle and shuttle nincuinc nitL'nAK j; ;:f.1
LUNQ WORTH.-This is a plnnl the rirtues cf it is recommended.Me ) Y \"X 7E are now recching 2 barrels Rectified Whale Oil, Mounting Lace iiiventedr;ed.iucti.niandcheeiedsprine. .

which are kno n to but ft-w, it \has been faM by the ( ?. 1'itzreraltl k Bennett'writing from W aJn will' the at Brig As-i Fiiruitu-e Sawyer room,and,V 2 Train Oil. 1 bbl. Copal Varnish, I Jlol1 ton Setts of Sleeves A Collars. 4. Single threaded ma.-hines for linen and .'izs ,'

oval leaned men of nH! ttme., that nature ha# proa vilK N. Cr say :-The Livi-rwoit and Tur are be- handsome and well op selected ai tour stuck of New York Gpirib Turpentine in barrels au t at retail. A genem ttberlh J jht sew 1:.'..... 'Iar 0_:;

\iflld reir.ety! for each andevcrjdisrate," nnd the etiming diiily inure popular in this country, andre a made Furniture and Chnirs. %iz: I ortmeut of Colors,Brushcoand other Painters Silks, et cetera. g. do. threadcdrnaehinessJrsejLmgbsgs 'f'

. ii.eotiics tb.".t are daily' made po to prove it strut!.. th,nk justly "PO. All who have tried it tpeak commendably City}llho.FaOSrr t.'lrit'1 ami Book Cases, material D. 11. AI ES. Silks. White Satins, aacks.sndcarp..t Lag*.. .. .... .. .. $.1'J
Li'igtco-ih i. doMll'tu tkf lemcrltf dr 24. 1853. Cl GLACE Silks, nlac'k.' 6. do. threaded machines for shoe .?,_

fcr-fur Its healing properties re the complaint* fur which it is recommended. Centre and Sofa Tables Florence Crape L:..gee.BFk sod leather stitching.. .. |ij
truly wondCTCulIu.l the rapidity with which it nirr* Our Asent in Picken* DUnct, S. C, Mr. S. R. Mc- Bureaus, Wines Syrups &c. Jo g'd" Tarletons nMM Col's. 7. do. threaded machine with apparatus"

the 'nrst CR-es ,}f Ulcerated LwKr, thiugand mb- Fall assure us .* that lIe uses it with great benefit in Wash; !ian duiig all irritation almost immediately id i a proof oflU his own family and recommends it to his neighbors." ExtrnMon Tables, OLD Otard Brandy, Fresh Date, rncuJe" I l'k No .1 8. do.threaded macl.in of extra ruse fur

. adaptation to this dii-cAse These two nrtie'(.s ann- He give* nn instance of u negro woman in hi" vicinity Breakfast Port, Claret White Wat'J Blonde Nett. quilting coat linings.._ ...... ..''1
bind vith; other ptirtly t.t'1 '"b1, ingredient form a who) had been suffering with dit-er.se of the Itnwrs for It W'orkRosewood Madeira: ,, Old Port Juice, 9. do. threaded machine of Larger size fur

medicine that j ic certitinto cure the wor.-tcnsesof vearc, nttfiided with severe cough who wise relieved Centre. Work and Fancy Tables, Sherry Sparkling Cider, Ribbons & Trimmings. quilting extra sized linings......t1
fiurt|'tion if taken bvlore the euflVreris entirely pros by the Liveiwort rind Tar. London Porter, Scotch Ale 10. do. threaded machines adapted to lap

: Do not be discouraged trial can do no harm Such art' the good rejv>its w-e lu-nr of this) medicine Mabozaiis''arilruba.; Brd teadsf Brandy Peaches, Brandy Cherries, T>ONNET ,t Sash Rib'ns. Black Silk Fringes, I eeammg coat .-eTtI. & ..leO

I. but will en1nee the most weplicnl fits r'iworth.. fiom all jisrts ,>f the South. For a icport of the sur- Toilet Tables. Whatnots> Bronze n t.Rsrlt., Quar- Rai i berry Syrup, Sarcli <.. JL) Taffeta A Satin" .pJivr' Worsted, ll-Embr..Uvriog Machine making"an'crna- ,

THOUSANDS OF CONSUMPTIVE PERSONS jiiis-ing cures it 1105 performed in the Western. North- Bjit-ket Tables. Music Stands and Low Strawbciry Frch Lobster, Velret. Cap A Bell Worsted Binding I mental stitch with two threads "f JJA '

. have been di-Cft\'cd repc-ate
, which were saul to be mfaJliblt c:1rcl\.1JUt which hare patient to read the pamphlet which accompanies each Chairs<: tl great variety, Ginger" Salmon, U Lite Silk Fringes Snake Cord A Tap .. ings and ship sails with fixtures and

prr.ved only p.ilJitivtbut thii ineiliciuc 5 ill not only bottle. To nil we say, lime bpe, hate hope S Carved) and Plain Mahogany Rockers, Pine Apple ** Clams, apparatus complete from,....,f 400 to |1500 ,

pxllilirc but t n cure fur ,iilceiatfdrng. It Contains TRY THE MEDICINE 1 C.me Seat and Back Rocker, Gauva Jelly Preserved Quinces, Gloves & Mitts. Machines will be fitted for any unusual PecuKaritT :
deJctermu Dru* In!ione triLl will; its a.r-tU Ci.rrant do. Peaches, of work c-n reasonable: term the Machines ;
un > prove .
SEASON Walnut. Maple, Rnuwond. and Oak C1J\ir/l. ADIES am'd and colored Kid Gloves, '
Uhinu efficacy better than anvaeertiingorp (. BE WARNED IN Sewing Chairs Misses ulIJ CII I.lreu's Rockersand Sparkling Gelatine, Tamarinds, 'tifrflf! ''r: ,! "Silk curtly packed for transportation to any part of the
t ID curing Cotit-unijition; mid all dixeafei-s tlf{ the LUll! and neglect not that couch which in daily weakening Low Chairs. Flavoring Extracts Spices : L.i : Beaver a world and fall printed instructions for using and ke >

and Livi-r. ucli) mSpitti up of Uund Cmight, pain in your cr.r.:titutiun. imt tiig: your throat and ll1n s. ands Nuierv and Refectory HmirF. LIe Ac. Yeast Powder, Pickles. Cfli>hm.re to ing them in order are furnished with each machine. J

tht *id and elL *t, tii.jhl-tirrolt, &.t. <{:r.Cdiiliun. I ilin s en that dread di (ase, Conunipti, when oootling BERRY J:? ROWLES.November Corn Starch, Salad Oil, .4 Buck Oarlntletts, Machine needles. Silk twist on peolj-: cord lioea 11

.-T. protect our own as will c the Cr<\\- : and healinira remedy can I le (obtained Dr. 12. 1853. 45 Olives, Caper, I. BlTc Silk Mitts, thread tc, always on hand and for sale at lowest cash

furnptive sufferers. we nrefib1i od i. ent-t o<, nil to find Hugt-rs' Svrtip) 0 of Liverwort did Tar. -.- Wurrpuferjh-.rp Sauce, Cocoa. a Worsted prices. Principal 1 '. No. 223 Broadway,N T :

the signature of COMSTOCK A BROTHER on the BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS New and Wonderful Machine.V1LLIAM English Mustard. D. H. AMES. October 29, 1853. 43 BRANCH Officrs:-57 South Fourth Street' Pbi1a'J

rpper, without this it is woi tlilc! 's couutcrftiLft- and bn-e imitations. The genuine article i is signed I. December 24, 1853. 51 delphia. 159 Baltimore Street, Baltimore.

. ntmbT this.CARLTON'S. ANDIIEW Rooms ou the engraved upper around FTODDARD, PATENTEE. \ 4--s-- Fans, Perfumery, AC,, Ac. over Street, Boston. 197 Elm Street. '

. LINIMENT FOR TIlE TILES ..lc.It each Ix'tt'e.Price I TilE Subscriber having purrhned the Richl (.f the FRESH GARDEN SEEDS received a large assortment of Fane, consist I.31. SLNGIR 4'rlba1 1

is now u.cd in the principal hospitals. and in the ?! per hlttle.' or fix bntil 1'-5 fr fr. Sold of Georsin in the only MACHINE 1 now in. GROWTH OF 1853. JUST(>f March 18. me 11 :m

private practice our country by af) immense limn wholesale! wid retOld by SCoVIL A MEAl i venttJ. fr RirriNO ANDSIIAVING SHINCLES.BARREL Silvered Funs Mourning d".. ,
HEADING tc.. is A Bags Flat Turnip,Cabbage B< et". At.just Wakulla Iron
to sell the Works
tor ft indiriiiual and fainilief. fiit-t and most certainly Sole tnts' fur tlc SIIuthHn States to wlwuu nil RUT. I D. H.AMES. U..I 1 Bone do. French and Spanish do. ,
fir the c 1re of tins TILES nnd also extensivelya'nd ordtrs and apjjllcati for Agencies must be address I Riirht of the Counties or single Mathmos at prices Children do. Sandal Wood do, NEWPORT, FLORIDA.
uiil where its 9iiilki! <:iitly low to make it an inducement for purchasor 1 December 24. 1853. 51
t'ib.fflo _
effectunlly a! credulity (!8 ed. | ALSO, Establishment is now In full
.flVct witaew.'J Fxtcmnl hithefU.sit.g; cf
- *:-D""p<.Svlliufi,.". JlJi nntntint Art.tr yrCroa I Nnsh J. Ci'., Talhtliap.iV.. Ro;ois A Son. Cl.ntta I j' The Machine being simple in i ilJl! c'omtnlctiun. and) 5 i" Ori'-ntal Drops, all work done with neatn*** and dispatch.All promptness,
will be received the Clerk
ie,giving ;jmi'Jjieeoe,S.,'J'liro/ii, hit, I I hUller.1:0.. F. liiltzcll! Maiinnna: ; Jord.ni 4 D.iiiil-: nut liable tu get nut frdor.. ii <-lr'.T..f. splitting SEALED.. Proposal by Lubin Extracts, kind of work. such an Stenm Work Mill
of the Inferior Court of Decatur C.tItGenreia..
jSo.rin Iur-it d.. S."" nnd t'h'trs-\\'l. son. JllinII.. Wilson Newport; Suiuud I'u1eston. -! an.lshnhg TWO THOUSAND SHINGLES PER. Philooi.me Pomade, Gin Ge rint. Sugar Mill Circular Saw
fre h or of Imsj Ftanding. 1'1111 l fever Its )1uiti&-lk. HOUR bt-tier tbnn mndf by hand. It is pdtable! for buildinir a Court House at Baii.bridge. in aid Chiuu Dolls Hactioerj j
opeialion Shafting Pulleys, Hangers.
be worked until the fir-t iJ!jIV (,f May next said Court Castings Bras \
I 110.1 1 bore County
- uivn adults and children in letlufing) ilicujnstic ;; I\ln.aiy 1 S. 1S51.; 7 4meowPR. can by hand or s'eHin power I II"U-e from outside; China Figures, tc, Ac. For sale bv Castings &.; also Sugar Kettles, cf any size, kept
be bv feet to out-
fiflceii fifty tixty
Tt-n of la'J.illnll
to days work ; make
and! ]loofifniiig; ccugbs and tightne (If the a
swclliDgs, J. JIEl7IS ISS. hnnd.
G. A All
of constantly (1) work done in such an catablirhment -
chest by rclaxatinn nf the parts, has been surpiUingber0" I IAnCIIISrS one enough one.Lirjfi.Shingles io pay the price asU-d for a single kide.building and said built Court nr II"UH"ek. Plan< u file and in Specification my <.ffire, f.-r the for March 18. 18-1. 4t 11 will be doc by DS, with a particular regardto i
-! "tpti..n.i The common remark of tLI' I the and durability
strength of the work.
who; Lai- uicd ib ;ju the J'tl't is""It nct like a chimi." I OELEBRATOFOR CATMQUCON imlncrmento) are offVred persons wuhing I. in.p ctianof those tl j1.irirA'to know fart her patticalars. Bonds and Liabilities of the Union Bank, Competent Workmen always in readiness to put ttEcgints t j
said in
It U virranffJiu ..cc any PTS'J. tlmt will tnit.. to purchnre the Right several c-xmtie" One of the Bv order tlf the Inferior Court of Count* &c. '
pi THE CUKE OF SUFFERING FEMALES.: Maihuies be in in thi ChamU-r Mnrh 17, HLtKE; MASON. sale by C. A. COE.
find the faceiinile can Fitn operation ('ity.Augusta. FOR
Ctnition.Ntirrl.nv It J.-'!' ."ou Terms will be liberal and all work dofi strictly for
5 Stone Street New Y urk.
Man-h Clerk I. C. ,
25. 1954. 121m
GC'fT.i\ March T. P. STOVALL.Rifir .
. signature cf (uill tuck Jj,.tLer, oroprietors, 'I \,\ ITSTASDSpre.rn.- 21. : --_ December l'i'.I?:3. 50 tf cash or accepted orders on seme business firm in th i>
I' \ tn the following persons for any informationin
ca the wmp; |p tr. I/}' Notice. place. Tallahassee or Juicer.

DAFNESS.-te LARZETTS "cot&TIC I I ..I,.rfl Ii. "Ih dieasL-s live powers fir which all i the: i ill :, Scranton reference, Seymour to the &Mac-line-Wm.('o.. Drlchi: r &!H!.<-lIiiig D'Antignac north.SimpMn SIX weeks from the date hereof. I will'appjy to the AGENCY OF THE / TNA INSURANCE CO. I Liberal All letters prices paid be addressed fc.r old"Iron.. Copper aDd Dna

OIL ('r the curv uf Dcducns. Als-' all these dieft- '%: if're".nuu uJn. Ale*. McDonald Jude- of Probate of Madison undersigned. Agent of the a}-oTe Company. I must JLH.POND(post paid) to

grceable niv.es, 1:i'c: the buzzing (If iusects, falling of .. <-i:>mK I Ix Hopkin and E. D. Robeit!.n. County. for an order to tell the real estate of TilE ill receive application for and make insurance I ACOjannary .

.ater. *bi1.1.iul of rtim which me .\mptumsf .ap- -.. 'If" .-: COMPLAINTS.. April 1, 1654. 13In James N. Lea, dt.cea..1. ..f said County.THOMAS again loss by Fire. on Brick and Frame Buildings gl.1354. 3 NewPort FIa
Persons who have been deaf for
3r'ae1irngr1ueR. / I M. ,
Furniture. Merchandize &
c. Manufactured
twenty \cars an J were subject to me ear trumpets, .\ 'S Of these are Pn-lap the C:re fit COM for MmLtr-n County .)/.// Sheriff and ex-olScio Administrator. 1853. 4 B. C. LEWIS.

Late AftVr u.inl o. e bottle. been made v.ell. ..,,<; \ i u; Uteri., or Fallingof I Circuitlie Statt of FIl"Jolpill! 7u in, 1854.Robrt I I .pril i. 184. 11 January 29. JUST RECEIVING further stock of some 1C* t
-. *
TO OWNERS OF AND DEALERS IN HOI1SES 4. \" the' .. "rn1'I ; Tl.ior: i I assorted Manufactured Tobacco at lovtrpntes
J. Bi-hop and Chandler Notice.
-Carl'-in'* Fu'ir.dir Oi1"'tn', f>:r the cure of ; ; Whiles ; CJir-'iii: In- u-h. 1| I I Fire and Marine Insurance. than it cnn be bought in any of the large ms>
II. Smith. the | Att.iel.ment.name ,
Foon-.ler. Split H<*>f, Ko I.houu.III..ril-! Contracted .1 ama'i"1 8:1.1 Ckt.fl'1 .,,:-I partners ? : ,"t. 7E wilt make Cash Advances on Sea Inland Cot kefs Ni-rth. Traders will do well to examine aaaipbs
and fct lc of Bishop t \ .\n'lInt sworn tf, 11 Savannah: Mutual In-urar.ce Company Imr ,
, I ) consigned to Uefr James Gadsd> it Co, before
) and Ftc'.rilt. Wounds. Bruise iy the FK-b _ of the Womb; In- ordering thfir Spricg stccks. Will forwarfmnjplts
1 Smith. t" ?410 25-100 J_ ill! established an Agency in this City, will of Charleston! to these of our friends who wish to i "
Galled Dicks, Cracked Heels, Scratches, Cute, Kicks d-Itrjtal Hemcorr'IIp.lr I try with prices attarhed, to any dewrinr it "
RU'o ell.I JfpIlE the favorable
Charles risks
I take Fire and Marine most
I tl.nt market J. GEO. ANDERSON A CO. credit' ti, 1st of April will be
Painful where
.. on borees. F1"Mhing! ; given any quan-
WI0-\11 tfthe fcb>ve named) articles are sold SsupprcsFcd or Iru-gu- Defendant and all other persons interested' I terms. Apj.lv to 'THO. J. PERKINS Agent. October 15, IS.' 3. 41 6rn [Sentinel. titv is required. p T.ADDfrewport. -

, tnly bv C im l.>ck & Brother. 2 St. Peter' Plnce d> _ _ _ lar Menstruation :c., I J- arc required U, take notice the commencement i January -14-, -1854.- -2- --9inolice. Insolvent Estate Notice. .Jauuary 21.1854. S
. Teetlr! in rear of the Astor Houfe, l between /J"rrI"y with nit tiicir U ''tllI'I'ItI\'IIII evils. (Cancer excepted,) (,C this suit and to appear and plead tu the declura- -- \ -I ."

":- and Vr.'Y. ,'.* one door from, S'oidimiNtw York.V : no matter l how s-.rerc. or of how long standing. : tiuu filed in said cau-c. I undersigned, administrator on the estate c.f STATE OF FLORIDA ) New Stock.
. whom nil orders must be directed. Also by EDWARD J I The Call)>oliron far surIias-s[ other remedits., in being O. M. LE.Att'.rteTs! SMITH, THE S. \ k'CIx. deceased late of Leon Ctnirity.givts M.vhson County. )f ANEW STOCK cl well selected Drag final

" BARNARD >/ ,. persons
enly wholesale dealer fvT Florida r.ud will supply i I' inn I letter condition. Let all r-rn5 interested f.r PUintiiT sail I estate to present them within the time prescribedbylnw 5 JOHN Armstrong deceased having this day flied making my stick complete. Thus wishing nch uticles. ,
Ma'1r'ri C.HMaHi : April 1. 1804. 3m 13
.( )
merchant at the lowest prir< By Jubn4n4t in such a medicine call and obtain n : et, will find in :
country I p.vnp ----- ,- or this notice will be pleaded iu bar of their in the Probate Oflie of snid County a wr,tten sugges- every thing eemmonly kept Drug
- :
Kppes Monticelkt. & TLvml\ \ill Oa, Ilfrf'f', ( .) euttainingamph. pr.oof. Iron highly rcepectJAest'urcee Senator Bciilon's (.f'alr ork. recotl'f811 all those indebted are requested to ;cti"n that he U-lieves said estate to be insolvent : Stores at A. H. WILSON'S new star*.Newport Fla
and !hy i I fr"m first' diM who Year's View !I" payment to New York. -
I experienced plissieiau Thirty JAMES BAUFIELD, Administrator.March claims nsrainst Paid estate do appear and file thw same
Notice.SIX I have cce.l it in their practice, and speak from their AGENTS WANTED IN EACH COUNTY. 11. ISM. 10 Sw in the office aforesaid authenticated in the manner P. S.- \s heretofore, all Officinal Prop and C&eavicals
' I
: months after date I fchull prenont my final r.c-,I OWII <>beerviiti,rrs. prescribed by law,on or before the 7lh day of August warrantrtl Pure.
RId vouchers to the lioiKirable Judge of I I! P.nrn.crsPrnf. Dunlmr. M. D, Baltimore M<1.; S ATISFATORY assurance as! to reliability. required, Administrator's Notice. 1854. ALEX. 3IcDO .o\LD. Newport Jairaary 21, 1854. 1
I Pnibjitcof J'tft' "u County, m exw-utor of the latwilt I I J. C. Omck. 51. D. H Jt.more.. MU P. 13. Pcckham, M. and shall }lit'accompany l to npl'Jie1tillllp.We receive| persons having claims against the estate of Feb.., 1 854. 5 6m Judge of Probate.

an.l tametjt of Ge,tge W. Johnson lute of Jiffor. !)? Utif.n. N. Y. D. Y. J-'votl.f. D, Syracuse, N. Y.; xiill |lileasl the rulcnptions by ALL ,! M.Saunders, deceased, late..fLeun County, Tax Collector's Sale.

.*,m CwiaUy, deceased, nnd nk f.r a rlHinisei'jn': M. H. Mills M. D, lv.ch ord) O
our living
: from uiy exccuton-bip., LLOYD SKANNAL. i i M. D. Cannlldlli ul\. N. Y. W. W. Reese. M. D. City i -r upon will : within the time prescribed by law, or this notice will saW at the Cvurt House in much

;. by bin' attorney in fact.Vw.: Bcr>o. i of New York ; W. Prescott M. D> Concord, X. II. in the country greatly the faciliratMheddutry of of the j I I be plead 1 iu bar of their ft'covt'fand all persons in AGENCY at New Port. Florida. >f the land belonging to the & QUUJCtd Coft
work iu the
, I by giving UII name someone near- 1 '
. Jefferson County, Fla, Oct.Vcr I:, 1 6I.S. 41 CrnExecutors1 'I Pamphlets can bo bad gratis at tbe drug Stores of cst Town who will receive it for th -m. i iTo I i I: (I. estate arc requested make immediate McN AUGHT A ORMOND. pauv (-Forbe's Purchase,') aa will pal the Stale aad'Juunty
the following AgeitM. mail enclose ': pa}nu-nt. JOS. B. CHRISTIE AdmV.Mnrcb Newport January 14, 186-1. 2 Taxes due thereon, and the incidental *xpft.
it ,
!. sent by to us thirty cents
Notice. PALMER A BROTHER, }Mm.ticcllo 181854. 11 8w Ie. AlES M. SMITH/
R A M!EL I'EJLESTONI do. as part pfj tage. Lime Lime! Tax Assessor Collector
: monthi sfer duti% .\1: on Friday the 21t The work wiil be sold exclusively i by subscription Tin and Sheet-Iron A of Gadsdea. CooDtr.
SIX D. H. AIES. TItI1"luU'.cc. Copper March
CASKS fresh lime schr. 11, 1854. 6t 10
. of July next I shall prt'cnt to lie Com (>frrobule A liEL A r;Ill FFIN. A palachiei-la. JOHN M. COOPER A CoSavannah.Gen.ral OHO landing per ilagCJJ -
nolia and for
I' 'lor ll** Couuty of GaJltn. my account and Dr.. A. K. BUEXLEY, Alligator.Letter Agents for Georgia and -'Iuiida.. IANUF1CTORY.tTHE < sale. -
, roucbers as Excut of tLe Estate of Reuben H. ll 1 deceased aud apply to the JuJ c <>f mid Oontt for a :1r: nddrewed to )1"5'-r". Beach A Brnwuwm, --- Subscribers itform the citizens of Tnl- Newport March 11, 185-1. 10
- at Newbf-rrj C. H S. C., by liev. Hc,. C. SpccJeTl: I-- proteet.at once, the interest of the Land Oota-
I fiual discharge: of which all fmrties iitcii-cld, will I Agents 1 I Specie and the surrounding country. that TO and to enable settlers who bare- pw-
I Beard of State.GLENK Rice.
; noUce. UKW ELL B. WILKES, S. wiin sale by s. s. KNIGHT. to furnish customers ;
please FOR now prepared chased, f> get good titles on conditions the sob-
: Executor <>f li. B. Hicks deceased.Januarv t SpnscJlln.. 9. 1&:;:. I 2:;. 1P54.Florida 8 with all kinds of ware wholesale and retail, in their RICE in tierces,half tierces and barrels now landing scriber anthdrize* tbe Tax Collector easy to sell for part

t 21. 1W4. Cm. 3 \1'-r8. BFACH & BKOW.XK-x-Sins: I rend for an-" -- -- -----1 tine of bu"5nef. lngnoliA.1In Middlhnr or broken sides, cash and the balance on the nsnal time. The Aowt

o'ber bottle tiC your "Marchisi's Uterine Cathohcon. Land Sales. The Subscribers caB the attention of the public to Cur sale by McNAUGHT A ORMOND. will ratify sales made by the COUXCTOK and will execute

f: Public Auction. My wife "has been afflicted for eleven years and a va- subscriber will offer at A Atu-tiun before the !. their assortment of Parlor king."nnd Wood Stoves Newport, March 11, 1854 10 contracts with purchasers.

f Valuable Lands fur Sale. ritty .f means las been resorted to fur rflicf.rut none THE of the Court House of the County .f Duval of the latest style ; all trimmed in complete order at I Settlers who have not bought will do well to atta4
obtained until I rtetiveJ this medicine from
w.i you. the 3d of all : the lowest market price. Please call and examine S. W. BAKER the sale. JOHN BEARD the
, "TTIE Executrix and Executors of the late Mr. HenX IU influence seemed almost magical ; there! was a on Wednesday May IIdt. tIlt 16th sections Agent of
elsewhere. Also. Drittannia aud
.- ry O(e, will offer fur sale at public Auction in' manifest improvement from the day it was tlAk u. in said Couuty. before purchasing ATTORNEY AT LAW Apalachicola Land Corn. :
Lend'IIonsewcrk ,
( Quincv before the Courl House door, on the second 1 Before the blur of the Court House in the Countyof Japanned Ware Lead Pipe Sheet Zinc, Sleet! March 11, ISM. 6t19' _
\ As there wo o great many ftiuules: in our country Roofing. Fancy Heads, for gutters Guttering MONTICEI.LO. JEFFERSON COUNTY, FLA. .
:. Monday in April ucxt. the following! described t.rattsl| Nassau ou Monday the 8th of May next, all thu ,
affliction for which medicine
' of L...f situated in the county of GaJvlen.On I laboring* remedy, I feel it a duty to your recommend it : ICth sections in the sTiul! Couuty. Pipes-Shop work of every description done March IS, 18:.. H Asa May administrator of RichardB.

: Flat Creek near tie ApnluvLk'Aa River. The propose all uch.a CLOUGU S. BEARD.J. Before the dour of the court llouj in the County of with neatness and despatch.WHITE Cole and of Caroline Cole. and in ;

Korth west quaiter, the West half of the South wrst tO. n. tAR"JIISI & Co, Proprietors Cebtral Depot, 304Broadway St. John' on Saturday the ISth day of May next, A SLUSSER. SNUFF AND TOBACCO. his own right and Margaret M.Cole, l
'I .
( all the IGtli sections in said Octobers, 1853. 40 tf wife of said Asa In
. quarter, and the South half of the East )biilfoftheJVortb New-York. : County. PETER LORILLAKD, rFACTVBEB, May, Complaisant Ctmaassrjv& .
east of Section 19 Township 3 lUnge Before the door of the Court House in the Countyof in J fTtrs i -
"., 6 North and qimrter Wt>t, containing 280 acres more or !h'bA. January 14. 1KM. 2 flm Putnam. on Tuesday, the 16th day of May next,all Metallic Burial Cases. 150. 42 CHATHAM ST., N. T. Burwell McBride,administrator of Count -j

' Oil Crooked Creek near the Apabichicola lliver. : Notice.JIX the ICth sections in saul Countv.Before OFFERS for sale the following articles warranted Alexander R. Murray. Alvin M y Middle .! \

; The NorJi-wefct qtmrf cr, West North-cast qunrU, I months from (dute th* undersigned Executor of the door of the Court House in the Count quality :Maccobay., Scotch Coars and wife Caroline M. May. and tbe
; Ilisthalfof the Nortli-ensl quarter of Stction 18 ] O the last Will and Testament John I ler.deceased, of Omnge, on Monday. the 22d day of May uext, all French. Rnpee, Honey Dew and other Snuffs; also. children and heirs Richard B.Cole 1

\ Township Range 0 Nwrtb KM! Westcontaining SCO late of Leon County will present his tinal accounts the 16th sections in flaM County. I" Fine Cut Tobacco in tin-fhilaM papers. A more particular bad and Caroline Cole, deceased, Defendant i
I Term One fourth Cash the description of the various articles can be *. ,
;' acres more or l rs. and vouchers to the Judge Probate for Leon County, *- balance in three equal .
1 Near tike Octlockonec River. The South quarter, and ask for a discharge.; J. ISLER, Executor. annual iuatalmeuts, with interest in nrl".n e. 'flHE_ undersigned keeps constantly on band various by sending Lr a full price current as above.Sm T appearing by affidavit of J. T. Archer, tWt't'fendant
_I sizes of the Patent Metallic Burial Cases 18, 1864. 7 I
D. S. February
Xntt half<>f the Southwest quarter and the Eaf half January 21,1854. 6m. JAdministrator's WALKER Burwell McBride reside out The State
; certificate.J.
mentioned in the
' tiC the North East quaiter of Section 26 nnd the West Register of Public Lands, State of Florida. accompanying of Florida it is ordered that said defendant ajf

t J"I. Lalf of the South cast quarter of Section 23, TownshipS Notice. January 28, 1854. 4 A. EDMONDSON. Watch, Clock Repairing, 6ic. and answer the complainant's Bill on or befcf ,010

: Range 2 North and Wellt cout&iuiug 491) acres more months. from date, the un eflti ned Arlmininfra- --- -- -- --- ----- ---- 5th. rj HE undersigned gives notice to j Bret Monday in August next otherwise the.:abe
; or I M. on the estate of Mary Isler, deceased late of Leon Circuit Court. MESSES. FlAK RAYMoND April i the citizens of Tallahassee and I 1 taken pro confute against him. Provided a Vjof

In Leon county at Tallahassee! before the Court Leon County. will r>rerent his final account and vouchers Elizabeth Holdernes, Adin'x of GKNTLIMEN AND We witnessed, the of _, surrounding country that.having per I tillS order be published in some newspaper published

,1 House doer on tile 3d Monday in A prilllcxl, an utuli- to the Judge of Probate for Leon County, and ask James Holderness. dtccaceJ. J In Chancery. Patent:- Metallic Burial Case.utility" used yonr to convey ornamental in this city, he has opened Watch '. in the Middle Circuit of Florida for foor uiODU

, vided half interest in all the fractions on Lake Inwraia.t for R .)iln' c. J. S. ISLER, Administrator. vs. } Bill fur specific per the remains of the late Hon.John C. Calhoun to Clock, and Jewelry repairing establishment where all next preceding the said rule day in A fT*tOapEBio D2t.
Bitaated between the lands of Mr. Oiltooand Clinrlesi January 21. 1854. Cm. 3 Christopher Strong and Chris formance. the which with kinds of work belonging to that line of business will AT CHAMBIR. J.W A YLES B
Congressional Cemetery, impressed us
in Western be performed with despatch and no good terms. For March 11 1854. 4m 10 ,Judga.
Batmennan together with some 20 Islands the tiana Strong. ((4th) ,
i Tax Collector's Sale. the belief that it is the bet article known to us for the his shop is at Room No. 1,Monroe House -
: end or said Lake. IT appearing by affihJar'it made in tliis that the dead to their final restingplace.With present
i cause transporting
third cash the balance in OM and virtue of authority in me vested by law, I have up sburs- Entrance indicated by a ff Persons Notice.
I defendant
i Terms of sic one BY Christopher Strong, resides out of the respect we subscribe ourselves Yours & which do
r two years. Notes well endorsed, bearing interest, at levied upon and will expose for sale before the Middle Circuit of Flurida aud iu the State of Mississippi H. Clay. D. R. Atchison, Jeff. Davis having Clocks needing repair, they their not desire Months after date I shall present my anal to.
will be waited
b-s Court Houxe in the < of Gadsden to have reunpved, on at houses, SIX of
will own Quiney, County Houorahk.4uflBProbate
until lbs
the rules of 8 cent annum, paid t and vouchers to
; rer per : Lewis Cnss, A. C. Greene, W. R. King ) '
in letter. All work
on the third Monday in April next the following described by notifying,me person or by war of **
That the aa executrix
' // u ordrred. said Christopher Strong do D. S. Dickinson Dan. Webster Henry Dodge, for Jeffenop County
1 reCf.11'ed.f..RTHA GEE, Exeuitrir. property or so much thereof will pay the and the bill of ranted. liam G. Clark 1 of,said County. deoaMfd, nd $st
appear answer complaint filed herein J. M. Mason. J. JL Berrien, W. P. Mangutn. *
Monroe House Room No. I stairs.
State and County Taxes due thereon for tb. WEstate.
up \
f i R K. CALL. ) Executor.. year or the same will be taken for confessed against him: October I, 1853. 39 tf for a dimjiiwoD fro j.tnT ndinhustrati. 01
. C. U. DfPONT, J 1853, and the necessary expenses incident thereto, tn ''fot.kd. That copy of this order be published in February ii. leU 6 3m [Sentinel. DIlLY CLARK. EZeCUkW

r Msreb 4. lS5i. 9i wit-: -- some newspaper published in the Muldl Circuit of Leon Iron Works. Jefife*.on County. November 26 1853. .,
Two hundred and ten ofland Flat County Valuable Lands for Sale.
t acres lying on Florida ones a week for the space of four mouths.AT .
1 WORLD'S FAIR PREMIUMS Creek, belo grug to Robert Jimerson. CHAMBERS, 30th January 1854. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. NY of the lands belonging to the estate of Henry PROTECTION I INSURANCE COMPANf:

J THREE PRIZE MEDALS Tax Collector HUGH for O. McLEAN' J. WAYLES BAKER Judge.A THIS Establishment U now in full operation. All A Gee, deceased, may be treated jitivaleJy, byapplication HARTFORD, CONKFCTJCUT
: < Couuty. True Copy-ATTEST: : will be attended to with'promptness, and to either of the Executors.
TTAVE just been awarded to-tbe October IB, 1868. 41 8m Capital Stock, 1S6O.THE ;
very HUGH ARCHER, J., Clerk. I all work done with neatness and dUpatch.All MARTHA. GEE. Executrix
j T* M T 11JLL elegant and superior Notice. February 4, 1851. 5 4m kind of work, such as Steam Work,Mill Work, R. K. CALL. ) nndersiped\'A the.bon 'eom1'llf
t! ._ .PI.\NO'FORT S Gin Gearing. Sngar Mill, Circular Saw Machinery, C. H. DvPONT JE"010"February repare to takeriskaagsinatThacs-

i Exhibited; by the subscriber at the Crystal .. In SIX months after date, I hall present my final ac Bounty Land Warrants Shafting, Pulleys, Hungers Plough Castings Bras 18, 1654. 7 6m [Sentinel inp and their conteots,on tlie m4 Ikrorablft.*
the above announcement,they would Uku thisopportunity !. and vouchers to the Honorable Judge of Probate Castings Ac.; also. Sugar Kettles, of any size kept F. H. FLAGG; ,A
I making of Jefferson County, us executor of Paul Ulmer, ij-DOUGHT at the Kghttt price, and establishment 1861. 44
. to their thanks to their numerous procured constantly on hand. All work done tu an 1YFAIBBANES' TaUais.sseNo'rambST5, -
returp late of said County, deceased, and uk for a dismission JJ for those who hare not been able to elltab- -
friend tor th* extensir* and.liberal fmtrorage! beretof will be done bv us, with a particular regardto
f lore ertended tb tt* $.and UI'8I't them that 00 piios and discharge u such executor. JOHN ULMER.. Hi hum their claims. ,If any have r ee!'ved a less ] i the strength and durability ..1 the work.Competent PLATFORM SCALES, i DR. JOHff P.. 'D1JALAiLARAS. ,
I to sustain tbe tterinreputation already JstTer.onCcmnty. F \*. IP64. 6 amount Uion they were entitled to,let m. know ik Workmen always readioeMto put tip .. "
[ kball U spared LONG KNOWN-BRVKBRLTKD TJ:8T : !. 'LoaiIi
bad fourteen ,
attained and in order to meot the iuefeased de- r Wanted. Having yean klho prosecu-- Engines, &. -' -
t} iDMdsfor.theiriaslruvente.thrj hare added largely (lion aDd settling Government claims I uodertlani Terns will be liberal, and aD work done strictly for -AIHTAY1 RIGHT, THR AC. OFFICE AT TJtJJ COURT HOCW.'
. wfcldi trust will t'WA RT.HIDES. for which tbe highest ) fully UM way. and means of getting tbrougi the orders business firm in this X (OWLRDORD BTVfDARD. .
Ta some .
J( to their mano! cturing facilities they cash or accepted on January 23, ia54.- 4eotTlIIi..LJ.ji t_
1)UU ket price will b* paid none Depwimenu at, W tblflgt I liVt ; .
f enable thro i in futare prompUr to meet every den by in my place. Liberal prioea paid for old Iron Copper and FAIRBANKS' *Co.89 Water \
t dealers others October 2G 185*. 4S 8. S. KNIGHT. poMesffon record evidence of 236, Florida 87 -Ala AgenU-Jiaw 1
-aibToad whether or Bras*. ,
l. ind., are Bnyersfrom inviud to examine oar, .*.udid aMOitta, Notice. baroa ISO O orj,'beside South Camliaa and Ten: All lettere< most-addressed (peal paid) to February,!. 1 8 .,. bereby Krfen.thAtuf S t. .A f_tr_

elaewhere. neu. Muster Holla of persons.ed |Q tIM JI10rida J. ).' co T1IPL-.eeJ1L LAMAR XS ..IIt.oIl
Before pnrchasinc : s. tbe
fTlHJJ Bndmfeptd having,Vnr Ue J haYIi Qt3irter MUter 1)A. 4pv1
I ,. sonfrts of II War. Iou y Pea.-ion or March U, 18" 10 lAet.dat. hir
f OROVESTJCEJT 'A,TRTJSTjOW, J. eemMMt tutor for hS ei&Jreb.is yjJ1i. to ree .Bounty.4 Vliu( call w.. No,-.e..jfj obtain .F1XRS V i. Proff'll Ol1"t."ieH to tbe public. )& deceued*viUL ai* iwwthf

r 009 .,br&J.. N. T. a jylMo Bt MeboUf' Hctel.f eeivi eicJt or tin D91LL' aad.) t.O' 0I 1DtIOt,, 0. U. BLOOD., ._ Wanted, VUe eaoiw (i>uod .**-tb.l former ruidtttee rot Dr. $ ,, toLe Hva.J =f

r ]t.ft FrMBium* w.17,tM 'American .in )hs flvb'for's term offo montb*.-__ _.,_ "If. B. OnI with unsettled business aecUdwlfb PRY' OR SALT BIDES fir .-which the Jane* HuBtn.oo the ThoxaasvilU road, eigbt mile ,diIabup.'S.DJL'

I, titnte to thetr PianctMl year* In sx' 5kfi.fabruarylS .A"bfM ptrtieuhirs Ipplf io .., tba bto at bltsbmeDt are also Invited l to call.IfoT 1000 highest market price will be paid by. from Tallahassee 00 uiJ .tate. Deeemw I 1In. 0 .

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