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 Material Information
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 29, 1854
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00079928:00260
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY CHARLES E. DYKE. TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA APRIL 29, 1854. VOLUME VINO.. 17. :

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DR. W. C. WHITAKER, THE GREAT] EXHIBITION OP? THE SEASONIS Unwritten [uio.IT of the audacious species have made their i or. Practical D aocraq.,
turbId but The Boston Times in late number
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN tone by tapping this fertilizing a gives ns -4

TALLAHASSEE, FLA. NOW BEING HELD AT THE CASH AND EXCHANGE' ROOMS OP L. TtRGIKIA- TkXKCR. stream. the following anecdote, and we pass it overto

bis professional services to the citizens of Dost thou not hear it f Ti upon tie breeze The Editor has his delusions as well as the oar readers with more gratification, inasmuch

Olt1tS "* anti! iciuity. Office first door East HOD C K I S S fc SCOTT Ci 1LgJ W.ICOTr.A1D And b/ the brook side,-in the forest aisles Sub-Editor. He thinks be creates public opinion as it goes to prove that the charge of i
of Post Offi<* biding immediately adjoining Dr. TOOS.n. ftoNx1Ss And far away where cloud and sunshine meet ; whereas he only reflects it. The man favoritism to his relations cannot be 'laid at .

1'd. In the deep azure sky. The symphoniesOf who runs ahead of an advancing throng seemsto the door of the President iII
t t 11 wfll be found examination, to equal in Brilliancy and Extent anything of the kind em seen ares and free .
,,714,1S54. upon of Spring gushing' fervently I lead it, and does lead it as long as he runs One day last week a number worthy
the Southern Their large and beautiful aeBBortment As early orisons from the hearts
Country. very pure
where they want to but drovers who Bad
let and
him substantial farmers
I and
go. tarn
A. PERRY AMAKER, And holy lips of childhood. From the greeoI a corner -
valley
1.mll i' LPar: IDllil1 tl JID Where wave the slender 1 willows upward steals which they do not want to turn and he been attending the Cambridge Cattle Market t

A 1'TIItRI&Y AT LAW t is composed of fabrics of the finest and richest materials,in the latest and most desirable styles nod colon. The low clear tinkling of the rivulet finds himself running alone. No one conversant congregated the temporary depot at Porters

TALLAHASSEE, FLA. In their F.1hruid.ri's'crvthiog neat and elegant may be fnund. Their Mantles. Talmas,Scarfs, tc.are As though it mocked the roaring repuvrB search with our political history, can be ignor. station and the conversation turned onpolities. ,'i l' .

May 21. 1 853. 20 the most Fashionable. In Bonnets., Veils Ribbons Trimmings, you will find everything desirable. SubstAntial For Its sweet the hiding-place. The bird! and bee ant that in influencing votes papers are signally Some of the assembly were wbigs (
______ Sing to blossoms anti their minstrelsy
Goods, neat good and durable andGENTLEMEN'S Calls: forth the queenly rose, as erst lb. lay impoteut and particularly, the papers or freesoilers and the way the Nebraska bill Z'? .t 1 .

JOHN B. GALBRAITH, APPPAREL or board was wont to herald the approach which are very ably conducted. Another delusion the President, Judge Douglas, etc, were k .. ; "
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Of Beauty to the tonrnament On high of the Editor, to suppose that the handled was a caution to the friends of non
S of deocription. in the very latest cut can be seen in this extensive collection.We The skyrk bathes his bosom in the cloud 41 :
Tallahassee Florida. every of the his He intervention.
,
eyes country are upon papers. Presently a sturdy looking 'l.i'farmer
will be pleased to exhibit all the articles contained in the following Programme, to persons favoringus And tiny drop within it thrillsTo
e\nj
tr Office up-stairs in the Capitol immediately with a call and will dispose of any articles they may select at thex1cws'r LU glad melody ai thrill the hearts little thinks that the loudest thunder that ever with a dear pair of eyes and an honif1* *

adjoining the Senate Chamber. [Oct. 9. 40 C.A.SJ3 PR.JCES. Of some Vast multitnde of listeners, deafened New York died away among the est face, pot a question to the most violent t 1

; When Sweeden's songbird sings.Around Jersey hills, and was only beard of among of the declaimers-an out-and-out abol.donr..l.<
D. P. HOLLAND. f
'I ATTORNEY SDCOUNSELLO'R AT LAW .-s.1. the eaves the Highlands. The Editor, too is subjectto ist which immediately attracted the attention } !

Laces. Patterns (if Organdies, Jaconet na, Canton, Eng Straw. Canadian, Flits the young blne-bird. r.ad the little wren delusions with regard to his circulation.He .- of the whole company to himself. The conversation $lJ;

putney, Florida, White and Black Silk Lncc; American Embroidered Swiss, Chintz, Brilliants -Plain and Fancy I'alm Leaf With :its low, piping note, the humming bird hugs the thought, that if his circulation is then progressed not far before the Jl.

\T7TLL W cuit practtt and of Jackson ia the Courts and FranUiu of the Counties.Middle Cir- Saxony, Maltese, Meoblen.Houiton .. and of Printed Fancy Linens Lawns; 260; Fancy Patterns Boots and Shoes. Bright From the as a deep glowing everglades rainbow while afar the call small, it is select, and that he goes freely in sophistries of the abolitionist were exposed Ft **t

October !!*, 1S62. 42 tf Valfiiccinne. English I Muslins and Ginghams, I'laidStn- 1,500 pairs Boots, Shoes,Gaiters Of swtet-voiced dwellers in comes the Solitude.up the Fifteenth ward, and is read under chan and refuted by the plain common sense argufi Wl'*.

Thread and French LaCC8.Embroideries ped and Plain Juconet Cambric Slippers and Pumps, of all qualities When the dark cedar flings its mos:y boughs deliers, and lies on centre-tables ; which latter ments of the fanner. This was acknowledged !*%%tf-*$

WILLIAM SCOTT, &c. Swiss, Tarlton and Mull Muslins and eizes, for Ladies, U cuts, O'er the while-crested! dogwood trees, is heard perhaps he does occasionally.In on all sides except of course, by his $$$ .

A TTOY A jj n.W, Swiss. Jaconet. Cambric and, Silk Berlin Thuli Bonnet and Cord.11111 Fine lnnl.. Bobintt Brilliantine -, Children and SenRnts.Matting The vindirg the of the locust s tiny horn the olden time when Kings were as opponent ; and, satisfied with bit victory, the t :

MONTICELLO FLA. Dimity Dands. Edging PnntE'd.Insertingand Embroidered Lace, White and Blaek Crnpe &c. Sends While forth from her beechen chalange.grove the At katy-did mora demigods,hedged about with splendour, whichat farmer modestly retired from the place, leaving Hil; S X
merry
JnJy *0. 1861. 80 tljanEKSKINE Flouncing and; Hemstitched Plain Linen, Florence and Marcelinc Silk, Silk 13 Pieces of 3, 4. 5 and 6 quarter .The gray gra-bopner with bjs fairy fife once revealed their consequence and concealed the company at liberty to scan his argui. *

Cambric Handkerchiefs. and Cotton Ruches. Muslin Robes; White und Colored Matting. 4 PCS Sound a thrill reveille, and swift at eve their persons, happened now and then monte and guess about himself at their leisure, !J.n,:?f'v?"' ;,
& DILWORTJI, 250 Pieces of American. Englifh J 4 fIIl.1 l 6 quarter Crumb Oil Cloth. 1 l'J-4 Linen -, The elves Come trooping to the beetle's! ru. that a peaant became the inmate of a court "He talked like a book, "tald.one- Yes.l..1.' ; .
Veils. for Cloths
,Linen
French Dress Druget
Prints Black
Fancy : Then when the thunder with its organ swell confronted majesty face to face saw him eat I hardly thought he was so well posted ..:;
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Love Veils White, Black and I Silks, Canton Cloths, Fine White for Stairs 48 Pieces Shaded Curtains Peals through the dome of Heaven how softly fall ; up,
; :Fire Board Prints.Crockery. drink and forth heard him talk remarked another. "He looked but
and so
Challie. rough i
MOXTICELLO AND Qt'INCV. Fancy Colored Lace do. I The fontstej* of the rain,-like a band ; swear, r.3. .
bEt Easnwt, Qnincy TV.S. DU.VORTH, Monticello. Collars sleeves, &c. (bents Dress Goods. Of gentle worshippers slowly entering snore, sneeze, et cetera. Extreme used to be talked like ti Lawyer, "observed the third. ;V ,
Real China Ware, Iron Stone i The temple of the Lord. the astonishment of the peasant, the awe inspired "But who is he t" was the question generally r"1 r '1
July 23, 1853. 29 A large assortment of Irish,, White, Colored nnd Plaid Linen
very: Maltese.Uouiton and Valenceinnes Drills; French Doc Skin and Black China. Plain Glass Ware Bohemian, Oh t what a world by the august presence,to discover that put At this moment, Murray the depot t 4'" : i
Iikfli r. ootr E, h. DAt'JDIoO Guipure .net'C''liars.:e.; Englishand I Cloth; Fancy Cassimeres, Italian and French do., Common Ware heaven-descended music lies around the puissant monarch of a realm in whose master, who had been quietly I listening to their i.11-'ft" ". .

ooer &, DAVIDSON, French Embroidered Collars ;I Cloths Black Dnip d'Ete, Super Stone Ware, A.C.Hardware. Our daily path ay ; in the morning air hands were the issues of life and death, whose, speculations stepped forward, and in hisquiet itJ,J ;. .

SIt'C\'eI' aud Chemazettes: LinenTravelling French do., Cashuiarelte ic. &c. The inoohfide glory, and the dewy foil smile was wealth, whose frown was ruin and peculiar way, said"Gentlemen I 'b '
ATTO N:tT AT n. W ,5t .
; iu the
Of twilight carolingsOf
dusky
Habits and Sleeves
; Dry Goods. whose word moved that is Mr. Pierce of
25 dozen Pocket Knives Knives armies and whose whim Henry Hillsborough1'i"'Z .
QUINCY FLORIDA. Collars,Sleeves and Hab bird and breeze, the murmur of the leaves
in the Middle Circuit Florida, Mourning Embroidered Curtains Curtain land I Forks, l'owder FWsks. Locks( And the law gliding; streamlet. Who shall note decided the fate of nations, was really after county, New Hampshire- brother ofthePrtsidenlofthe ,:J; '

WILL I' practice in the Eastern Counties of We.t Florida.AH .- its.Fashionable Bonnets Damasks, Tuikpy fled Furniture all kinds Auger Bitts, Files, Chisels Their many braid d.u elodies f or give again all, very much like people in general Not Uniled States a ,: I... 1

business entrusted to their cart will receive prompt ,I' Prints, Furniture Dimities Corded Draw Knives Planes, Hinges Their spells of song to thousand? None,not one, leis j is the amazement of the constant reader And that was true. We learn that Mr. ,} /
Trimmed and Untrimmcd, of (10. Embroidered Skills, Grass do, Broad[ Axes, Collins' Chop .>, And yt the poorest slave may rtveio ,
attention.December / when chance makes him intimate witha Pierce attends the
regularly
Lace Cn.pe and Lace, EnglishStraw Corded do., Marseilles do. Moreen Spring Balance Floral Hoes Gar- This music, written by the hand of God. CambridgeCattle f-.1tZfJ. .
24, 1853. 51 Blond Lur(. Lace and IJKir,, Linen Table Damai-k Damask) Jcn, Plantation. and Grub Hoes, King- of the modern kind the responsible. market every week, with the 'products i t5;' .

BAKEIt & MclVER Cul'd Blond.Fig'd Fug Lace, Straw Dnyiies, Lace MU'qU1t..1 Kets.Common -' Cotton Manila and Russian Hemp editorof a leading newspaper. of his farm in New Hampshire, and is everywhere I f l- :;
and Lace, Embroidered Gimp and do. Lace Bed Spreads,Tidies [:. Axle Pulley for Windows, The Editor in duel Learned he is not. The printing office esteemed as an honest high minded JJ'

ATTORNEYS AT LAW, I Straw Straw and Belgrade, Lace,: Toilet and Table Covers Embroidered -bmi'h's; Bellows ; Also 40 Kegs The Editor in-Cllief-that is to My, THE ; sends ten men to the editorial throne while the intelligent and patriotic American citizen, fijt.. !!
TALLAHASSEE AND QUINCY FLORIDA and Straw Bloomers: Misses Trimmed Table and Stand Covers Piano S"ilswd a large lut of Hollow EOJ'foa-in a man of many acquaintance's. :
.4 Cover Furniture Fringe and Laces, i college sends one ; and there are editors in What an interesting spectacle does this present -
Pediil Hat and Bloomers. Wa
'! in the Middle and Western Circuits : e.Willow of wonder both to clerk and
TILL
practice It is
*r't of Fiffrida and in th. Counties of Decatur and Mi8'es Coburg do.Misses Lace,and I may Linen Bird Eye Diaper,Turkish Ware Notions &c. a cause this country, prosperons and renowned, who Here was the brother of the Chief Magistrate : .t t .
Thomas Ga Rutland, and Hair and Straw Hats;;' Towels, Linen and Cotton, Towj'ehtij devil how he can remember eo many names know grammar, or.ly by instinct who owe of one of the greatest nations on the face of -t3"* t "
also, an &fi\or't1l1Ut f of Children's: I,' ; also, a very heavy tock of chfcll, Ivory. Horu and Rubber and fares. He does not remember them ; but heir spelling to the compositor. and have the globea qualified to fill re'r."
no
BOLLIKTJ BA.XEJt A. X. M IVEE, and Turbans,, C.mLs, of all kinds, Cloth and HairBrushes and in the person many i .
Trimmed Caps Flute SUBSTANTIAL DRY GOODS all hi> visitors, they drop at
upon idea what
Silk Sleeve Bonds. Elastics on map to look for Kamtschatka.Nor sponsible posts, yielding handsome pecuniary .E r :
TfUakattre. Quinrj.Jzuair'ZIS4. ofLaee SaUu, Leghorn and Hair. Such n q Osnaburcs, Striped do, rate of one minute, he bostows a kind of civility '
is the Editor emoluments
and
1 .Dress Shields, Pearl and Fancy wiser than the average of -pursning the hard humble, ;; .
Ribbons, Trimmings, &c. ,Brown Shirting Sln-etiug..Bk-ach- [ Needles port which is emphatic but general, insinua- but .
ed d. Linen PillowCase Button, Hemming men, nor more given to reflection, nor more ennobling calling of an American farmer, taw3., *, :
JOSEPH 11. DcPOXT 100 pieces of Rich Bonnet and|I do. Sheeting Monies, Card Cases, Banker's Ca ting though non-committal. If he must know be while word St
.: Linen, Brown Jeans,Bleached likely to correct in opinion. If he were, a from his brother in office ,i

ATWLY AT Da 1'g style Sobh Ribbons 850 pieces, of of the Spring very.; Trimmings lati-tt. do,Dttiimi-,Shirt[Stripes, Apron I Ii 8t'S Vacoek[ Paint Tea and Brushes Varnish, Silver Brushes Thim., who a man i iii, he says, Let me see, how do. he would be constant danger of turning that could place him where his purse might b. i t'r:

QUINCY FLORIDA I ; also, an assortment of Tatf] !jClieek: *. French.Vliite. and ]lit own. jlh,Cologne, Extract. Fancy Oils ,I you sjll your name t" And this sort of ma.nuvering awkward corner just referred to, and finding easily and lawfully gorged wtth the glittering; !J...'i ... t !

continue to occupy tk
WILl br the late firm of C. H. and ta practice ID the adjacent C..uutitf the Middle j Cotton, Flouncing Thread,Artificial fMairdiester, StripcE, together with SpiMine mid Forks, Rolling Pins in the paper, the year before last, comes to the I be told ; whereas the art editing consists heartedness and unselfishness of the Presi.l.'l'.' .; :i
aD.l 1 Westwii Circuit He will alo attain! th terms, Flowers, Wreaths Tabs and Jet near Steak Mallet, Kcife Wutnirs.Ivnife city and calls upon the Editor. To that solely in telling them what they want to be dent ofthe United States-FRAXXUJ: PISRCB.Bayard ''1 j s I

.f th. Supreme Cwtrt i ia Tullaliaseee and Afaraaua. Ornaments. I iM pinery4Cs.mletleeno. faharpeners, Ice Cream 1'ieez- gentleman, the insertion of his Lines"waan _ silPISB
young told. Hence there but Editors
t'r'ul two
u. Pit-nerve Jars.VtgftuUe are likelyto
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January 7, 1654. 1 Fans Parasols &c. ere
Anierienn and French Ilia soul bounded i'Ji- Taylor relate tho ntlnwing ;
Sii.,cia, Ca.tllito. r':..t u\'nt:10 Ara. achieve a striking success. One is lie t .'r
P. B. BROKAW'S A very pretty celection of Fans, CotUmades. L5tn-n Drills, &c. I Colfee Roa.lers. Frtnh Coffee Hi;. in him when he saw themjn print He showed who, in his opinions habits and tendencies, amusing incident in his own experience ia ).:I.1'. 'i)"'
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STABLES Paraoolb, Slutdcf, : I Clothing. ems Lemon Sfiuezer8. Ice Mallets. them cxullingly to his mother, sent a copyto represents a large class, and the other is he Ar'ihiaWhile: ;1-t..',$.,....
SiLl
LifEBY AID Gloves, Hose, &c. Gentlemen willing to furnish Silver Fickle Folks, Siirdiiie openers his sweetheart, and handed them round on who can utterly sink the man in the Editor, in Arabia, I had a very remarkable i t-:$ >

TALLAHASSEE, FLOllIDA.n Ladies and Gents hid. Silk andLinen | themselves with seasonable Coats Kaleidescopes Me lalli. ,Necklaces Patent Leatlirr and the stoop" of the village store, and has and devote his undivided attention to the studyof experience. There is a drugin the east ::11F.t '\'
Belts,
-- S "_1. Gl<>vt*, Gauntlets, Silk ilita,. Punts and Vef Is, can K-leet from a < n whose effect is like that of it is :
fcincr. To the ::11-2.
himself :
}better of opium ;
Bracelets Sewing Birds, Cake arid thought ever the whoso he flatters pre- : :
UE Pr prietor would inJL Ladies White and Black Silk H'we,, Mock containing over 650 garments, public, prejudices ..
-, form Lu friends and tile' Children's Silk Hose, Ladiee,Ctcntc i I all of late styles, and made of Cosh- Sugar Boxes fancy 15j-ket,Clothes Editor, the printing of those lines was no whose desires he anticipates whose opinionshe pared from the Indian hemp. It was much 'i

public that be 1ms rebuilt _ and Childreu's flue white and colored ., marets, Faney and! Black Italian Hampers. Paiute'd Pails. Kcelurs event at all lie has forgotten them and their echoes. Do you blame him? How long used by the Saracen warriors when about to ;ffn t! ,j}

tii* lajge Brick SuUes, at the old itaad, and IB uow I do, Black and Fancy Cravats, Clothe. Summer Cas-imeree, DueL and Tubs, Well Buckets Toy Wag- author. Yet that young ger.tleman leaves the would continue to enter bat'Ie: as a stimulus. It produces on ; i' 7" 01 4
subscription
prepared to accommodate Lin friends and customers. ; Stocks and Ties, Gents Linen aud i I.Skin Tweeds, Drop d'Kte, Merino, (:iiS, Tin Chamber Sett-, Game office under the full conviction that he is dear you your a the imagination a double consciousness; on* <.
lIe al! has attached to kii Stables a good BlackmuL -. Silk Pocket Handkerchiefs. A 1 pa'n. Linen Grass Jeans Giugjhams. -Bags, Laughing Babies Britauia paper which neither spared your prejudice, of the ?
Shop, where ha will hare doue all l kiudh of: ,, Canvas, American French Dippers, Stone Match Slif..". Fw-t to the editorial; heart great in the editorial nor antcipated your desires nor echoed your part mind seems to study while the ;

PJ.nUrtion wmk, Horse .ho ing, and Carriage work Mantles. Cottou&dvS, Marseilles, Silk Ac. Stoves Travelling Gompanifr". eyes, and worst mistake of all, welcome to opinions ? other part looks on. From motives of is. '

in the very beat manner and with prouiptnees and : Mantillas Capes. Talmas and 1 I -ALhO- Waiters, Towel Stands, Umbrtlla the editorial sanctum. This is brought about Upon the whole, the Editor is a good fel curiosity, I was persuaded to try the effect "
dispatch.ctiemIi.r. &'11(8. of Lace Silk Chiuitl and 1 I A great variety (>f Linen Bosom I,I Stand, Flower Seeiis, I'ruuing the Editor's Broad of it on my owu system. I was in Ijfef'Maw.; :
by no hypocri-y on part. low. lie has his fault" like other
i, 183. 41 tf Barege. Shirts Fancy do. Under do,'Diaw Knives.Bathing;Tubs Folding Sewing men.- Damascus at the time. Soon after .lj\ }' .
Ladies Dress Goods. era, Collars Lc. Chairs Cane do, with Rockers, and general civility does the business and doesit But generally speaking, he works hard and takingthe '
Floor Matting. Childrt-i/H Chairs Rustic do.American quickly. late, does a thousand obliging things, comeas drug the effect began to appear. I saw the "I

A SUPERIOR Article of 3, 4, 5 and 6-4 Plain and 140 Pattern of Haraboux Her Hats. j Rocking Chair, Root Cradles, Knowing everybody, both helps and hinders near telling the truth as his readers will furniture in the room, talked with the> jfZ tf;
nandy and Fourlnrds Silks, Grenadines C5 Dozen Men's and Boys Hats,, Office Chairs, High Back Cane do. .. and I seemed be tho ,
f\ with yet to near :tti
Colored ilattiug. for Bale low byApril the Editor. It keeps him supplied company : :
him
Silk Tiiuiues Bareges Barege Cuban let and above all, he produces what the
Fasbi'inable Silk. Beaver,. Willow Ac.
8 CRICIILOW & BROS. Wagons of whose blocks of i .
1854. 14 RoLes, Challie de Barege tc., Ib'J(\' Black Bud Colored Leghorn Paua'jGigs. facts and ideas but it cramps the free expression world could not exist without-The News-' pyramid Cheops stone : ; ;
"I of his opinions. Can an Editor write appeared to me like huge squares Virginia i.( ,
Parasols. .. __ __,'_, __ _1',! paper. Then- -, refuse him- not his -favorite adjectives tobacco. The changed and I : .
---- an a scene was on :11t"l :,
quite freely ot! an autnor, arust.or ponu- which are, "able, "public-spirited,
i VERY Superior stock of Silk and Cotton Umbrellas .
A the desert ia boat made of The : .
a pearl. 1 {
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and TarawAa for .ale lo\* by 1 clan whom he cordially shook hands with and whole-souled.-Home Journal. ', r .
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I April 8, 16U. 14 CRICH1OW & BROS. OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENT yesterday, and will meet at dinner this evening sand seemed grains iustrions gold through lff!

Human nature is human nature.- Light and Love.BY which my boat ran as easily as on the waves 1-i t.ct t.

Oil Cloth. TS at aU limes well supplied with Fresh Provisions and Gioeereis things pretty expensive just now,but That the Editor is utterly incorruptible by MHS. ST. sixorr. of the sea; the air seemed filled with .-.1. j." ....
SUPERIOR Article of Oil Cl lh, for 1"-
A Figured > JL we will do our best to purchasers ut tie lowest We hare lot of I harmonies of the sweetest music; the atmosphere ,"" '
JtLe Floor also a superior article of 6-4 Mabogon ortiieni supply ; rices. now mature a Urge money, we know ; but he is not proof against In the begininng all was void and desolate, -J. '
; and Western Flour Bacon Side, Hams und Shoulders Mew Pork Lard, Hums Javaand I filled with odors and music. Before :1U J.
was
Oil Cloth for furniture, for sale low by Rio Coffee Puwdered, Crushed Loaf Clarified Webtplialia the greater poteucy of friendly feeling which a cold abyss of waters : the element things ,'j \. ,
and
Brown jack and
Sugars, Green Teas. .
Pepper. Spieey.f i seemed be series of arcades
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to constant
CRICHLOW me a } ;
April 8, 1664. 14 A J1ROS.i all dI l.
: in wild coufnsion. Then the
kinds
Sideratus. Sperm, Star and Adiiinantme: Can.ll., Common Soap Soused Salmon. Pickled : is a pity.'Flie lay mingled
i of rainbows which for fifteen it. .1
Boots and Shoes.A bultuon. Cod Jihh Pickled Herring Dried o..Cl\udil1l.auJ Nuts of all kind, Crackers, Walnut and Toinat- Editor looks upon all things subjects breath of life came from the mouth of the Everlasting through years ;" .'. .\
t f 1 to Catsup. Pepper Sauce Worcester Sauce Pickled Walnuts Caper, Pit-alilli. Cauliflower Mixed Pick!*'*, : event, and persons in the light of" material"for and broke the chains of ice, and like I seemed to glide. The finer senses were developed "i .it
SUPER article of French Pump Soled Boots Chow chow, iK-k'ed Oysters; Sardine, HaUbut Mu tard. "M'.utar.1 de Maillc," Durkee's Yeast }.uwdt r.. articles. A catastrophe which makes the the wings of a brooding dove, moved gentle and all gratification was a single l :: <
J\. Low Quarter Patent Leather Slute) with S.Ja Preserved Qnmce*and Tuiuenudg Curt ant, A Pplc ami! harmonious
Super Quince Jell.Ixwrw. Prunes.Pie Fruits Farina He sensation. Hence, we can easily .: j i t
: Broad *aud Narrow Ties, Cloth and Kid Tim Gnit4 nt. I Cocoa Broma ChocolMe, 1-niJi Butter, English Dairy Choese. Starch.' dried Peaches, White Beans Rice town shud Jer, is to him a feature. across the gloomy chaos. conceive the of the Arabian t 4. t.
lAdies Slippers Burkina and (J ait ore, f.r sale low bv App mrpr.ttn Proof pat.,, Pure and No. White Lend Fine White Putty Boiled: Linseed Oil. Best -aJI. he regrets to learn," or he is pained Everything now stirred in the dark depth, origin Knights.My .; (
April 8, 1854. 14 CRICULOW d BROS. Sperm : Machine do, Camnbenc.. Burning Fluid Powder und Shot Guano Solace ScnrafalatU, : to announce," but he is not as an Editor, striving upward to hirth. Then appeared the companion, a huge Kentuckian, tried the '1j1t 'r)

Smoking lobacm.Snuff, baiBaparilla, Raspberry and Lemon Syrup, and every other good drink, "6ft fa the pained in the least ; no more than an under- first-born the soft refreshing Lighi.Swt't't drug with an amu.-ing effect After looking '{ .
Fans. C'aluri'iimMIf.? ALSO at me for a while, he started with the ,. .
is to bury a man in the highest Light united with Love, the almighty up ?
100 Boxes 50 Boxes Choice Barrels taker pained
Tobacco
Super Segars
A SUPER Stock of Super Folding Spanish and :111 \\extern Corn. 15 and 30 \ do. New Orleans Syrup, 500 Bush of fashionable anguish. His business is mother, hovered over the face of the wafer exclamation "I'm a locomotive and began .t.4ij![ .

Palmetto Fans for sale low by I With thanks t/ the Public for their kind style business to do it soared heaven to cut off his words like thepuffofanengine, :: :1
and formed
April 8. 1M4. 14 CRICHLOW A BROS. many liberal patronage -we cosily elicit Jin examina with the grave, and it i is his ; they up to an :
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tion of our present stock. to be and to work like the moving of the wheels. 'li1: W':
llOUUvlbb A SCOTT. gravely. The Editor, anon is rejoiced the golden azure; they descended into the
Segars. MarcL 25. 1854. 12 satisfaction At last he seized the water jug for a driuk 'iiftid. fi
__ able to state, or has had the extreme depths and filled them with life ; they bore
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VERY Superior article of Se an, fnr sale hj -- --- _u. I doubt and in God but set it down with a yell saying "how can Rt.r t:
A ; aloft the earth alter to its
Attention Farmers. I of ascertaining beyond an strewing
; CRICHLOW d BROS. ,
Copartnership Notice. I take water into boiler when I am let 1'1i4 f:
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for the my
I assertions his sincerity is perfect ; ever-reviving flowers they animated the small
t Aprfl 8, 18 4. 14 A such
TTACHED
U LiverjStaLle.. .
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my THE undersigned have this day cnteiud into a co-: the Editor's heartis ting off steam ? .
of est atom.
Musical Instruments. i-is a Blacknmiths'8 shop, in which all i p in theWHOLESALE pride and joy and glory :
I.' kinds of work appertaiiang to that bus to be the first to communicate" to the And when they had filled the ocean, the The Power Of Example.-Gov.Crosby of 4l,tf t j

1 "\OHTE A NEWTON Fine Rosewood Octave Incas is done, in good style, at short notice, and no as I AND RETAIL public an important piece of intelligence. depth the air, and earth, with being they Maine, in his recent to the IegialaJ( It
-LJ message t
Piano. Grovestein Co's.
0 Octave Piano, a cupcnor reasonable terms at other in the
as any ebon city.- 1Ettra-: if
EI"DIJZNESS he scans the rival sheets, to see stood taking counsel together, and said one to of that State has the sound 1. J
articUof Flutiqaa, from t5 to |50. 8. 10 12 FiAaiug implement such as Turn Plows, Scooters Eagerly ture following remarks
and 14 Keyed AecordeAM,footn 'lto $25; ,a super Rods device*, Heel Pins Ac, kept ready made and UMJEB THE NAME AND STYLE QK they have any inkling of the matter and how another. on the power of example : h: :
tock nf t.pt Viulina, Flute*. Fd. Harmonieans, constantly on Land. This will afford Farmers an BARNARD & MAXWELL. sure h. i. to let his reader know that in outlast Let U? make man in our image a likeness "There is power' mightier for good or l-
J'rs Harps %101m aud GUitar SLru e Britl fJI of themselves without in advance of all of Him who and Love created the 1 i
Light
opportunity supplying being announced, by Ii
head number we vii than law the
-rail Ptec F.ees for Guitar or Violin ViJ'm They 'Will be any legislature can enact or t
dcland. P. B. BROKAW. pleased to see their friends what ferocity the earth. Then life
with a heavens and entered the
Bows. aID is fbi.', for 11 !I" and
MIDe. ofbieb..m be February II, 1854 6 3m and patrons at the old eland of E. Bainard our contemporaries the executive enforce-the power example.!.. !
old. lower than such articles were ever before offered Jr, sign of the Mortar corner of Monroe rif delight all ocr contemporsnea are dust; then Light beamed upon man's godlike Emanating alike from the'most exalted and ,. t
in this city. by CRICULOW 4 BROS' and Clinton street, where will authoritativly to contradict the state countenance, and Love chose his heart for a station the ;
8. IK54. 14 they keep "enabled the lowest from mighiest nation r (
April MONROE HOUSE ,
__ a fulffuj general assortment of articles appertaining ostentatiously paraded silent dwelling.The .. .
which were so the humblest individual it
Gold Pens. T TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA to their line of,business, and solicit the patronage ments everlasting Father beheld, and called may operate f H 3 I"
& their fneuus and the public. o in a morning pl\per. as an incentive to noble action, or famish an 4'and 7: J
Super Gold Pens for tale by 'fT'EIS well-known hotel Laving passed from : EdithI' rather stumbled into his profes.i.ran the creation good; for his ever-active Light for crime. 'ano1Ieg. t J:
BAQLEVS CRICHLOW _iilL A the hands of Mr. E. P. )Moore into I hose of E BARNARD. J5., The apology grovelling 1 '
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; BROS. been broughtup and his filled and
Love
sweet
has daughter
the MAXWELL chose it. No man pre- exalt the standard of \ ,
undersigned the notice to O.1'UOU1 than islation can patriotism i
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new ,
proprietor rives
Aprfle. 18S4._14 the February 1, ((4,) 1854. at school. vaded all i
things.Why
public that he is prepared to entertain transient to the busiaess. It is taught no or integrity, or arrest the rushing flood of ex t:
Perftunery.A and permanent customers with the best the house affords No father Ln! my son shall be an Edi- murmurest thou dreamy sage, and travagance which too often follows in the .tij 1 ..

i SUPERIOR stock of Enj ,Jrenohand Ger.. mit and The at as house reasonable is well cost as the time*will adf SKY-LIGU DiGCERREAK GALLERY, tor. But a7tho duck takes the water, as the gazest in wonder upon the world as upon a' wake of prosperity; bat by a rigid adherence ;r.. if .

JLJL roan Cologne. Real Lnbtn'i Extract, Imt do, !every convenience !to make supplied with servants and OVER BARNAKD'S Dbua STORE. Jewtakes to money-lending, as the game-cock gloomy chaos The chaos is set in order, set to the rule of right-by a self-sacrificing devotion :!
Jules nau t'. Eau Luatrale,or Hair Restorative' PhaIon's -. the propnetor will guests comfortable and' r HE subscribers io the predestinated Editor thou thyself order. Man's happiness .inactivity of their time and talents ., i
no to the advancement :
,Eatharioo Spare pain to please those who respectfully announce the La- take to fighting. I. '
t Invigorator Lyon' ,Barry's Tricopberon GLvor him with their. 1. and t and the impulse alone in Light and Love the I
', with a great variety of cheap Perfumes Potnatarns. .. may stable patronagi. An exoelletit dies gentlemenf Tallahassee arx vicinity takes to types and paragraphing ; happiness of the public welfare,Sy an economical ;j
Hair Oils Ox Marrow. Bear1. Oils Flesh Pow. Livery TtJUhaMee adjom this rfoUL C. A. BRYAN. that their Gallery i open daily for the reception of which bore him into the profession, never of the Creator.A administration of their i own affairs and those hi '.
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dec Pink and and' : January 7, 185& 1 tf visitors, Suy. excepted. Miniatnies taken of him. H. il fullof
WUte. Wbite Pow.
Lfllj Liquid sixes and the art. Ladies and ceases to act strongly upon of the State and nation,legislators may furnish 1 'li'l
t1 Ronge. Poncet Boxes and Puffs,Shaving Creams MEDICAL NOTICE invited to call and examine their specim gentlemen. alI hi. occupation and never ashamed of it.- NOBLE Bor.-A touching incident oc- an example the influence which will be felt f''. t
P'JQodI and Wash ia
bnM=..1orlal.hpa by CRICHLOW Balls BROS.great a- *..,. U.B. Instructions given i ia th a and ail kinds of He perceives the protmiw a paragraph from cured recenUy at a steamboat sinking in the through all classes and conditions of society. 1 :
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v8iI. J'I DRS. .WM. F. ROBERTSON d J. W. EPPES Doguerreau mtr for sale afar snuffs it in the air. He sees it Missouri rivir, near St. Louis. Among the I Guided by the light of this troth, yon cannot (.

CIrtI.larSa1r. located b Tallahauee and associated KUHJfS d BAILEY in a tlndow. lie catches it in the night, who were swept overboard were a deviate fiom the path of dat]." i
I fAra eUen themselves together in the practice of Medicine, offer February 11,1664. 6MONTICET.Lo \y Heaven he may not forget it in the persons and about twelve of
ETCH md prayS woman a boy years age.
Circular 8tw their Prefewional services to tbe
1,8 publie.cr PILL C lorBlaek
thinks Black
faperor Cora 8b..1 Office orer the Store of Meara.Betton dc HOTEL. moM ng. HbeUkeapUlhe A man on the steamboat seeing the boy buffeting To Renao garments
Grain Crad1ea. Higgs. UNITED STATM would be a the boat threw frequently lose their! !lustre,and become brown
Steel KUla Residence of Dr. Robertson at the Parsonage of the .O IN TUX the wares just beyond ,
Pa t Scale BeaJn.to welch 100 $00 Episcopal Church. WM. F. ROBERTSON. !; CAP. NEWMAN having closed bis Hotel u m ice ot object;" and so it would. If him a rope and called to him to take hold of by use. .Their original color may be restor.edjbj _
A fI'Li l..T raee Jan. t8. '54. 4 8m J. W. EPPES. > abb having purchased am he eat himself with a merit suggests observ it. The little fellowrephied" never mind meI making an infusion logwood! and apply
large Brick
eompJet.t up
Hard.are lor auortment of and tf tt' House,cmmu Building tioo on the Beard-movement And be ia swim Bare mama" They were both ing the.liquor with a sponge,;so as to ntur-
can
buiJdior or ooI"l S t. formerly occupied at a Tav
the lo est prices, by frYe J.qri J4or. e ..tApnl8. MILES NASH & CO. e K.Gobe a k..g then .the Banner to .wether.JoG have any objection raved- 'ate the rasty parta of)the garment, when it _
prone _
1SS. in Medicines iuforming the to that remarkable fact.Yet be dried aad pressed"with hotiroi."AIivj.iP ..
JUf. Dealers :Drngv, &c., HoU t. t met tmblic; t to bit giving publicity may a
b building into a Hotel be il w the difference between -
the
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r triDJa ADd U e Edlthr desperate .w ? Whafi attempt.
dM
a
Negroe for public that share of
Sale. respectfully public said lord
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WOUIJroforatb atrooawt
know always keeps Broogfcam.in .
something it doot boroicidr and a Cincinnati bogbatebery t
I Woman tritELY ab MAN. ,-.boot St ,sin nf ; articles as aN f erally kepi*food ia their aaaortment Ib of busiw of aocb, paiasorexpenM able who mar Tint w.lJ b 8 tre those know eoif. KMWrtof bU information ; and there i. an 't pap r one is an assault jrith intent to facetious meodM; a learned gentleman.

ot JJ raan, witi_ (Uf' chiidreo.a and will be receiving regular/}, ".sopplies. JbeirUnas STY Stables, lonoerly kept by
; 71j.qwr. etI.. F. UFL&Ga.. shall be reaaooanU.Tallabaam with UM BotaL E. E. BLACKBURN. that MldoiD pb into priD Editors keys it bimae? .

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..SEWS PSB. AECTIC. we proceed further, even at the hazard of iacurring The'Democratic Defeat. The Close of the Convention.,t Tenperacco Address.JTa. .

w. & |mmial. the charge of_* slaying the slain. The result of the election in the State of Connecticut The Charletton Mercury the,IJtli inst, says-: EDITOR :-( nite a rwpi-ctabie cuav-

I sutt AND POSITION; 2. The second iteio io our cf-particulars we says the Richmond JSnquirert will disappoint The Comrnercial Convcuthm closed its iesiiin on Sat citizens a'a >:nbleil'at tie Met! i Jt} Church! nr '

* On thw March, Hirsova vat taken by the flu quote fiom the same article to which we have ready no man who hat observed the tendency of events in urday. There wa.s a good share of spirited and Interesting day evening IasCt> h'.ar a Temperance Lertupe

* ians. wbG also made themselves meters of'thc troiif TALLAHASSEE :, jeffirad. Remarking on the admbisttnticit uj'p->itittwnts the New England State From the date of the iutro.ductiou debate, and u number of propositions of much Dr. Davidson Qniney/O. W.P.of Florida.

** position of Babadai h, nud are nscipeiitlvMa entire -, .. iu the State of Hew York,the editor, still roam of the Nebraska bill into the' Senate 6f the practical interest were alopted. Auxaig these were tor commenced by saying that there were
eftfiou of the *
Dobriddchia. The Cossack- -
t p duty on Ruiljroud scriptions of intemperance-that a man
through the regions of saiJ SLite and position might
ing ,
I pitrol as far at Huston ; and, acc'>rdinj; to the Saturday April 29 1854. space, :- proposition bt
I Treinden Blatt, the fort of k.ilchi was taken by th.Ruteiuns "A compromise according to its roost approved definition asiiimed by the Democratic Senator from Con- Iron: for the establishment >f one or more mail truly intemperate eating, in dressing, in spejK

. ou tho 27th liujHO-frct account' that are requires H mutual concession from both parties; iwcticut, and the administration, we have not doubted routes from Southern jiorls to Europe ; fir negotiating in fact in almost anything as in drinlun?, tm( "t

| bt )h:it i J say Ilirwva wa* taken after three days as TERMS.-Three Dollars per annum, if paid Jn BUT THK (XdFitO3ZkE ALUA5GED BY THE ClBISW WITH the Effect Wu know that the bulk of the Democracy with Brazil for the opening e>f the iiavigattem( of the evil arising from tty !altf:tpsde* of tkh tfc ,
,:; ftault It will be some days ere reliable statements advance: ?3 60 if paid within six months of the time THE FRrF.-POtI.ERS. FOB I'SimmO THE BPOIMptfn.PEDEVT.mflll.NG
Arnazou. A committee of from each State greater perhaps than those produced
would sustain the sound conservative and constitutional one represented fcy all tit
t Can be received.'t cf subscribing :and 4 00 at the end of the year. Ad- TO THE SOFT AND !NOTUI>C TO HUE flAKHS. otW
' A ooa as oran hftd established hlm elfin ] rtisements?One Dollar per square of 12! bin's fur first, This charge stands iu the same category with the views of the Senator in question ; but we believed I was ordered. who! "e business it will! be to combined. He remarked that a great deal irii"nu

: the Drobrudteha he issued a pn>canution! to the and fifty Cents for all emVeqwnt inseitiuns. Ainouucenwntii \- I others. It is mere knows who also, that Whigs en inane; free-soil Democrat and | examine into this mail service throughout the South by some .professed 'Temperance men of lit -
as one
;'f. iababitiuta simUar to tlmt which was published in of enudidntrn. Five Dollars eadi.n/fruv gammon every abolitionist, xvould combine te overthrow and ilevisc means of improving it. Finally n resolu. day ID which he could not coacur-he Jadoonn
:' Moldavia nn 1 Wallachia.. In connection with) GortJ to be paid in advance. Religious, Obituary nndibirriag make any pretensions to an acquaintance wLh current simon-pure ifTe
:|J cbakolfs movements, it Is mentioned that five steamrrs otie. not exc/cJing 12 lines w ill be published events, and the editor will no more re-affirm it than he the true men in that State. TJii has happened. Such (ion was adopted, nearly unaninr.ously, recommending : thy with ultraists who contendedl t .

! towinj barges containing 4000 men, )had left Se gratis. C JJocertincate; of the publication of estate : will have the "manly courage1" withdraw it. So acoal'tion was rmed, and now the abolition journals that the Southern States take itock io a Railroad to be banished from thV .communion-tatft, givj j

K-istop >1 for the western (Turkish) coast of the Black j jj or legal notices of any description will be given far from its be this are shouting in exuberant tones at the defeat of the the Pacific. The general agreement on this proposition pledge of total .abstinence' should be mide a pr<>
, being true it to directly
; Sea. If thi< be true, they run a chance of nwctii g until the advertising is paid.FlankvT happens I
to Church Such
j i-ijow. \\* only party at the Jtfyrtb which has ever evinced the: was caused in no email degree by the reported requisite membership. persons, in f
,[ with the ship; of the allied fleet now cruising along inverse, as there is abundant" prex>f to e
t that shore. Princ" Pimkiewiteb was to set out about quote from one speech nindeon the floor of the Ilou-e least disposition to re-rnlerjnstice to the South. I action of tie Senate MI the Gad-den Tri aty. 1 he attempt voiding one kind of intemperance, had run

IMh iusU fIlTH Warsaw for the of The Movement As to close the Southern felt be er. He recf>gnired the abstract right of etery1ni
\ seat war. by Mr. Hughe of STew York, though similar state- citizens of the South, and lovers of the Union route was to a

''* Emperor will not himvli go to the Principalities. The Wnkulla 7/J.t i. f Wednesday last says-" We mt-Lts are made by Mr. Westbroe.k of the same State, we deplore this result It ran but painful to know movement of jiolitioal spite, a.s in a commercial, point tn ue intoxicating liquors in moderation, but tbosgt
Thcio, i is the Rus-iaus have lodged
| no doubt that are gratified to learn hnt the citizens of Tallaha that of view tht could be of the that for the sake of humanity it become* thi
ce <' a majority of the people in Northern State -re question great superiority duty cf
:'t themselves, in the force stated,-namely, over )tI.- and by Mr. Smith of Alabama, as well as by others, any (
have proposed, in conjunction with the citizens of (his determined ot this route in chorines of construction most of us to surrender thIs rijht. He then
J} (K)0 men-on the Turkish bank of th Danube. Oj nnd no where denied. Says Mr. Hughes: arc to perpetuate the wrongs which have cheapness spok

j 1| piuious aic, however, divided *'s to the iuipoi lance e>fI place, to extend the ll.ink Road to the former city i "I a.sert beyond the power of contradiction, that been heaped upon the South by the legislation of the and facility of use. Tli's is the only act of the Con- briefly of the evils consequent npon the too free indulgence

ihis 7fletfleItV1iIe some view it themselves as a great trill null that considerable Sleek has already been sul>- sivsEvcM of the ofliees in the State of New York country.. It is saddening to think, that the spirit ofbh'rd ventioti having n political cast, and it is iu answer to iu ardent spirts' and impitbetTupon the
ll the Russian" other
to profess una-
J-| mph ble to nee what advantage the invaders expect gam bcrihed for this purpose. We understand (the Stockholders are now held by* Democrats* win*supjiorled* Ue-n. *Cass fanaticism add political dcmagogism, rules a a pjltieal movement of the North-aud a very appropriate younger portion of iJe audience, particularly, tLe r.scecity -

I by it. Tiicv (the Russian*) are not yet in Bulgaria, will meet here on Friday, to complete the arj j in '1848.. In district, numbering perhaps pome eighty sovereign member of this confederacy, and threatens answer.A if they would be safe of avoiding it altoAether -

i 1* nor on the route to Ciusthutiuopk-but in the Ii- rnngemcnts, and we hope all who are de irous to see post masters my and other offices pcndeiit njvm the patronage to pluck down ruin upon the fair republican fabric marked feature of the Convention was the dipo.eition He said that young men were ton much addicted

bruiL-cha, nu imnu-nse marshy plain, without any tins woik go on. will come forward at once in aid of of the General Government, some sir of them erected by the efforts; and cemented with the blood of to make saciiil-es of ripiiiiuri for the sake of harmony. in their social meeting for pleasure, to the cs,
,i/i and of comniunicatioiH. 13er }
fi, fuiut hind themoilei in 1 SI*,and the rest the mr-n of other days. Looking from th.ipoint off Sevtrnl jiiojf'ili"i.s tint Lad cured tie approval of wine-that the passions! and appetites were mors

E before them a line of frtrrses. tiieh) us Silistiia, Kosteudje of them are Cams Democrat i vet u 'arly* every** one f. view, who that is true to the South, or that really i of a in.iji'rity, were withdrawn when it was strong and uocontrolabie! in youth than at any other
tlmtiiicre nanietl
self for those
' Varna and Shumla, bctv\ve-n them anJ the Sodden and Melancholy Death. i-j THE roNnuiox by im OF THIVIIS THnoctnorr appointments.Tm : THE loves the Union, can rejoice at the defeat of Democrats found that the opposition to them wraa sincere and period of life, and that the exhiliarating effect trfTlqoor

; Balkans.-d the DobiuJscha It i la true, thit Ilinuivu in iSIS, the Russians luoctt enterd Intelligence reached this city yesterday tnniitlng of w HULK ST%rE OK XLW YOKK. The f.ict i., these very of Connecticut. Surely, theme w not one, however rooted. It was felt that the h<-ary! concurrence of the was peculiarly fascinating to the yening man. gj
by ais they <>n<
now, and proceeded em to Varn-i: and Silistii.i; but the sudden and unexpected death of Mrs. ANRLLINACn.uiiFs iiu-n. remembering the f.'rmn'idIi1ii.. UK! Ijcinj warmly_ may be attached to that pnrty, wl-Hi, by whole in a few nroininei.t measurva wn* worth more warned them tof the extreme difficulty of breaking <(

.2 then the sea was open. Omar J'nsha, ton, vho i ii residing a few miles from town, catwd, M it Ii-Mcd at of the the lit Goveniment election, although in their hohli hand::*; the patroirie an unholy combination has wrought these results. than the m -re triumph <>f a majority in many.Coubidering from the habit of drinking when one* acquired. JJ|

"!;.'; ijot given to vain bon-tinc; has Hul in a dit>|mtch. is supposed, by apoplexy. Sirs. C. had iNcne.iily and voted the 'Hard tieket." came up Rut, ia whatever other light this Whig victory may tl.ii sprit of uiiion and generous con said that when the excitement of the nervocs trstta

t: published at CoiMtnnliuople that if the enemy would and vrns at'ending to domestic duties when she ) be have occasion fir AH cession, and the value of the poMti .nsou which the caused by the use of liquor died out, it was succeed
but cross the D.inu'oc, it would lender a gVcat cciviceji was We ask (the editor agniii, as in the other instance, regarded, we no r.gret. Democrats pr

to his plan ofoicr.itioisj] That we are un the eve of seized and became speechless almost before any other' if hi* \is elijK>ed to face the mu ic and drfend! the and supporters cf the admiuii'ra, ion of General Convention agreed, we cannot but l hook back upon the cd by a corresponding and very painful deycssston,

J one important event there can be little doubt, and j members tf the family could reach her. She soon "grusi e-lmrge, originated and circulated' by himself Pierce, all painful emotions whi -Ii might naturally scssioa with feelings of lively satisfaction, and anticipate rendering the desire to return to the stimulus almost

.. the rfsult of the movements on the Austrian frontier, afterwards expired. This afflicting bereavement isren-' whicli has boon hi-re pointed: outr&nJ refltcdaM"con- ari e under Ihe circumstances, are re-preyed by the from its future meeting*, substantial advantages irresistible. Here it was that those who aflews-

and bank the of the next liver operation, arc awaited of the with Rubsiims much on anxiety.the right dered the nore melancholy from the fact that the trary 11) the revolt) !* Let him answer if In; can. If proud consciousness that our party and President has to the South. | themselves the habitual us* of sirong drink in early Ute

The British steam frigate Inflexible was employed evening prc\ioua her youngest daughter had been un'.tod -' the power .f truth U po great ai to cane hi< torgue fallen, while manfully and boldly contending f.r thc The week was on the whole, very pleasant The en seldom succeeded in abandoning it. When be

ii conveying Tuiki-h tioops from Constantinople to in iiiainage to a gentleman of this city, thin to cleave to the roof of hi* numth, and silence M.i-j right. The Connecticut eKtli-m proves, beyond all i weather was gr cions ; the various diverMous: passed( i t learned of a young man having a fondness for it, and

Varux A j-oitioii oflhe ISritish fleet was aluo near suddenly converting a scene e>f l-appiuess and joy in-1 only rcjily, the j w//.> u-ill not lentatt In i'.s: itnlicl- dispute, two imM| >rtant facts. It s-hows, thnt! the administration off well ; the good feeling was abundant, and from heard of his being drunk even once, he almost ratine,

tirrtx-pectcd Varna, with tiWvenu-nUof the intention the of Ruwiiaiu.watching t the new and to one e>f deepest mourning and grief. Doubtless the J Jex'citemculusually It would perhaps be an unprofitable tak to cull i.p of Oeu. I ierce i is ba cd tup'nthie const rvatisni -i nil webave hearJ, we feel authorized to say that tie tively gave him up u lost. He urged upon employ-

'; The circumstances under: \ huh tho passage of the attending Mich an occasion, piecipitated other: d1egat i.ma. "originated and circulated" by the of the Constitution, and that be is ernlmitie&hly; | giu-stawere as highly hall-fied with ('Ial-Ie3tou as era the obligation resting upon them to provide such

*, Danube appear"Jto have been efloetcd were these :-jOa : the attack thus terminating so unhappily.! Stntirirf, equally as contrary to the record" as tl.o-e now, as he ever has been, the fiind and ally of tin Charleston was with her gie-.U. We hope it U not means of social and intellectual cultftre and improvs*

F or about the 15th of March, Pi ince Gortschakoff The rowing, fctiickcn biide arid groom, whose' already cited. Vi'e might refer to the blundering'statcnunt South in the struggle ab--ut slavery. True to the profession the last time the host and guests will greet each other meat for those ia their employ, as to make the temptation

' received orders fmni: St Petersburg to secure vvithiu new life commences tinder such a cloud, have the relative to the distribution, of State ad of his w I.o'e public career, the President has with pleasure, and part with warm good wishes. less strong to resort to liquor. Young persons,
- ten days, a poMlion of the tight bauli of the Danube, ,
heartfelt of entire committed himself the i-iaii.tennuce of the constitutional he siid, would have recreation of some kind, and if
W1 pppoeite to Brailow, similar that which the Tuiks sympathy our community j vertiiImg, di-pr.ivrd by time files of his predecessor to

N t. maiutain at the other extreiuiry e>f th line of opeiation How appiopiiatcly has the poet ex-picbsed the sail then as now under his own nrwe, as well as to the rights of the slavf holding Ki..teand for that A Paris leltcr says :-A very uneasy sensation they could not find a welcome in the family circle, or

< (KalafaL) Gortsehakoff" immediately left fir lesuu taught in this melancholy dispensation! j d.-hl-rate that he U opposed and vHHfied by anti-sLvery agitators- has been caused here by the seizure ou the part have the me&iu at command of storing their minds
charge Washington lrtiionLl"zt]
7 Urailow% where he completed all his preparations, Whatthen.if.isiaci ntfriidcd.tliMovcrtlirowofthe Democrats of the authorities of Cuba of the Black Warrier. At with u eful knowledge, their evenings would most
Wi-c heaven doth see it as fit i iIu Gift .denounced thv Nebraska BUt "
three
::g anil on the 23J, coimnenccilto cross the river at as all a cheat -
J different puiuts. The left wing of a corps tf 35.000 all our j<.ys to give us scone alloy*. These were but I Ihe galloiing of that same f.ineyw hi proves the ui:]>opuluiity tf the Pi e>:dent, it only a grand reception at the English embassy last night, J probably be spent ia a bar room, or in convivial gathering

t: taco, uu ler Gen. OusthakolT, forcdl! a passage: at Tult-- As in our sorrows comforts : when our sails j had ] e commeuiU him the more to the people of the South. where all t-l-ades of political e.pitiion were represented, j ?, where the "sparkling wine would he a welcome

*j8 wni, opnsita> Ihtn.ul ; the eebtre. UU'1 Some heaviness to ball.i-t uV much that wa f>oli.Ji, relitive to the xiddit'sile appease
i erossed without meeting ojipcsitiou from Galatz | ? On the whole the Lecture both
; clamors of the aljoliioiii.-! I'e-'anse !I..' would mist be declaration of war From French and English yon was iDterestiDjaod
.
bile thf right tvinp under the immediate elircclion .ige and the New Yoik i.pfMiiutine_ We
1 pass on instructive and tie audience
covenietl by tht-ir c.uiittThe! other fact, c.-tablilieaI l lby hear but one expression d unfeigned regret, that tin dispersed well satafiei
of Prince GoitAchnkofT. waa f'reiiu a from wilh ;
; ; pasange j jf Were we lo c'n't our own dignity, we slmuM however t-in.jly alluding] lo them :ii furnishii." with what Lad
{ Brailow. By the S..HtttH J'r pas with the sihnec iTeontemjit thenundaci-'ue and jIlOfofthe t frnth oft the charge pronounced
ct tit which inattersvtie nianaged.t \ to the e/therv.ice reanifoIJ err.barrai'UH-Dts TEMPERANCE.
4; way ILl of the South, while it induce Southern Whig* to complicate
wicked attack the Mnrid'an wLi'-h! in by the Sfittiit, with such fatal t temcii I ta-e" may
on
Russians aid
Early on the of the 23d, the under appears; t y
m--rii'ig lit the There influential Americans
refuse to operate )herrafUr with! the \Vl.431 t'.e: ptik"l. were many
cover of twenty-fjur 12 and fix 18 poundere, began the last Sfntiiitl. 31o=t ccrtaitilv we shall nut trust i iI -hUlous"and' coie: finally t-> the ma'.tcr which was We are under obligation Senator Morton for abound
; 4 I North. It is f.ct il'-mon'trateit! and ai-nouuced present, and Ix>rd Cowley and l M. DePrrJi'gr.y were (
to form a j ntoon bridge fiom' a cpot near BraiIjw I 1 ourulf to follow the editor throujh his pinnmis, wind1I the immediate cause -ftLis List J'asug-at-arn1s between no IIPW j volume of Obituary addresses pronounced ia
Pt acros-t the ial.ui 1, ti<> ( ehtid l on the iijlit bai.k t1r'sf'r the f.rst tine. It bus been eeniplitiedi Vf-r I i every now and th.n holding animated conversations -
"* I ings and rcmrtik on the scurrilous und iiujv.tent rage uc. We allude to the Milton Conner. As explainc1 the Senate on the death of Yiee President King; to
of the Danube. As the Tuiks ofleied no serious 1 with Mr. Francis C rben.
op- and! often in thi natio-.al uii5V arid caiiieJ! >
: : >n> by j jthii
*: Mtioa, the bridge was completed by 1 o'clock, and which! seems to have taken entire ]K> e,-i'in of hi? in the J-'loriJimi of tl.e 15th iiwt, we Copi.-t| [ Mr.FanlLner Virginia for a copy of his ablesjxschoi
p for ye'.ns. It i i" that to the Dcuiocrais if The power and em>rni<- 8 influences of America are
.'. j.t thrtl hour the Hu sinn columns began their tiiarch, [I letter judgment, nul 1 whih vents itilf in a vain; f.fiii th.it paper, won! for word precisely we found press ; tie Nebraska Bill; and to Mr. Maxwell for th*
until late i the NoiIh, and t<> them nlone, t.t we Io-'k! f-rjuo- every day being pc Led forward into public regard
vhkh continued without at
intrrnijition search f-r hard woids with which to bespatter and: it, a small paragraph which looked very much like nlj speeches of Mr. Barksdale of Mississippi, Mr.Erect.
. z1tgl1t, when the men lighted their vvutch Cies and l.ivoaackeJ flee it> the South and ths servt iou e>f I the Uni'-n 1 i by the proent ciieis if f European affairs. Her gigan-
j j pr. I
villify u?. But his malice is J.armless. Our rtaJcis : =t at the Whi triunifih" in M.unc. Jn the eKctimiof euridge of Kentucky Mr. Wright of Pennsylvania oo
between Gcdscl.id and Mut-oliiu. At the If the Democrats of the Nt rth fail ii-;, ll.< re is little! to tic ftrides as a ninrit.me jx'wer. while European
tfaaic time Gen. Ludcrs constructed a n-cf-ud InHgc know, ai well as the community which 5* no stranger Crocby a? Governor and] the uvloiious Fe. s-emlen the same bill!, as also for Senator DongTas' triumf last

between Galatz and the oppunte bank, which i is free i to the assailant and the ubsailcd, that we- bland ou ai i icmineufe to the United State Suiate. We t-xpose.1 tie character hope nvni the futine. As a j>arty, tic \VIim are unreliable I i Statc.s are falling t n < ne another, like hungry dogs j summing up speech on the third of March, on which

I from TOia, sei> and in the cource 'f the day two rcgiuieuU j ; and tlw-y have shown it, wheiirv the opportunity ( quarrelling hbout a lone, Till, it \\a "ecretly fdr, make "
too high to be reached by soy shaft from of that triumph" by a simple extract from the} occasion he made the wool" fly from Seward and the
cf chcsseais, und two of the Hue, with cavalry has iuiezi. Tliev lave b< en vv.-igl.nl} in the | her one day the niltne rf the dtft-nies of the Old
such quiver. We are well assured that the editor Albany JScenit; >y Journal 1. whercuj, in the Milton other confederates.
aa-1 cioafcd the live without lo. a.O.i pa- World. it France and
artillery, balance and lave been fwun-l waiitm They will ; Depend upon England have
V- the iiame day, the left w insj, .mler Ocn. Ous lun.sclf when he shall have fully dige-ted"thc venom jxr: complained that the FieriJini had undertaken ;
I nut ha'.ll to all and battle 1 no i' --ire to provoke her; and leat of all juat now.I .-
on a at
print iplr seasons Disavowal of
r, fhakoff, forced a pi: >#ng aUive Tultbcha. and), in epite of his Fpleen'r.tij returns to reason, will see-abun 'i the the Tuiks. ; fur I tl.e truth, in un-al.i-ie) and iu storm. 'I af. I PreiiInt! Pierce may do what Le likes with the "au American Affair
hey are
of a vigorous icuist-iiice on pnrtf got
to the of leader lo believe
;, cause deplore wur pernitialijy waged bj him (our) lint the t7.i///r>r was rej'icingl
;q jx*region of the redoubts which bad been const rnc-1 f.-ctfil by a i10C1I of ofTtv ; a: il a-s they La>e done thorities at Cta"JTao'uy.In The New York Courier says the disavowal of t.
the
and iriHjnen -a war more befitting luujul ussa-eiii thr: tie the tlecti-iii lf Fe -rndi-n. Tl.i was the exUnt
led on the n Bi itiih Government that the
yenr so th'-y understanding betvM
fell 5jt< the bands of the Russians.Coaceruin I conductor (ifS a public pr -i. It is gratifying for us to' of the Conner's eon'jlaint. It no where e- : igeal u the American Free 3Ia on, publis-he '

pI ;; tbo additional news that has s.nee' conic,I know, thatnotwithstanding( the abutidaiit! J rovt-calion I with .' eaiiitiim;" the paragraph on it bv ,*j sreiting and always will ih.i ; firm a !leojuc with any partv at Ixnii-vilU, Ky.. we find an extrnct of a letter from Franc aad England had any reference to Americas
tt.1cgru.h to the tlTict that llirwva and ilatschin that will elevate them t'u power. That I i1* the h: tory affahcfarther than the La Platte ejnestio3 already
: by have n-efivcd have the the
. we we respected private pticon i tiropr-r rre-Kt On thr i-oiitrary. il adn/ittfd thai the lion. Tho*. Douglas! of Florida wliich con'ains
Lad been ciij'tnr.-d' uu deTaiLs are \e-tto li: J. As of the from the earliest! times and it It- one I Geo
of aufaHaiit him in party so m.iy on file ;u the Stste Department, and daiwa for
our tieuting only, the well di. the nitiele i
Danube i HAS ruE rarciT AT TIlE rorroM of the F.nest defluitious
I& the inte'ilijjcnce of the ni> : of the TO Till ti : of what ia that we
S'tn a apo masonry
] reeled blows Laic in l.is written as a Ir.phiey! for all coming ti-ne. It i is vith J. Watson Webb the etedit of having obtained thai
by the Ro-Han* icsiched Ohiar Pallia he tent IHHfJrceuients we given, ehaincter; stid ca- !i PArcu n> wiin u IT EEx\r,4." KW, here c.mies in have ever seen :

, to the tr JOJH posted at Trajau'd Wall butweHi p.ici'y is an editor. Iu this pai licular the pub'i.* can- the: ft'atiiifl, aud tl.e IT.OOK <,i f aioth gros chargeriinteI pride that we turn from thi.-i thi-gu.tmmg jeeiiiteni.Iatioii.. The frr"at mistake of the present day is to disavowal. TLe Courier says 5

I p ChernaAoJa and Ivosteadje. When Muslupha ii-it fail to Dote the immeasuiablc! supeiioiity: of tl.e : and circsilated"; by it, "c--!:trrto the rtcord. to point l
Pasha, the TutLiah cnmman-kr, found the Russians I fbi iJmn over the S.nine-a superiority whica w ." North. It has always flood by the Cbii-ttuti! and Masonry it-'elf. Tli-s i is a ?eri<>us error and *hould part, or rather it was elicited in the fo'.Uwiag manner
: iu foi-je be retreated at firt-t e | Culling our attention to the uitr, the eojzrj Au American in Lmiflorv who always and everv-
j vere too great upon -
been maintain it all huzanU bat C'-rrectetl. for it
ready to at and to the* j OIICP lowering the hnpi>rt>ineeI
intend bhall be
l Ba.iadaL.! ) His more apparent as we proceed. I si.id La
llutschiu and Fubwiuently np n I untl ili nity of Ma3''nr-c! and fi'-graiJi-jg as well her where takes an interest in what concerns country,
: t force in the ibid i is not more than 20,000 men exclu- In w bat we l.ave to say, we thall ni it t ice but one par- ;j '- The C.'mri.irehirje: < iiuriieijhbiirofg'vit.! .'.it ere.litI last extremity. D.-njrarding the dictate.s of a timeServing -I i s3nrtte-r as her mi5i'n. Jlnjfnry is an organization aciii whose yrsental relations to Lord Clarendon warranted -

tive ofgairwoas. SueoebS iu the present operations agia|>h in the ShthnF column of concentrated bfIciuefs I f f>r an ummi i-l.. vvl-ieh its e
would give the Rus-iaus c.>mj,l lte command of the and virus le\elled against the Flor'ulian. Tl.eothm < ncr avi it puiLi-he.I tI.e in tiet.! jnd ehirjjed) it to tc! I all j-cnodb if tie country's l.I-t"ry, luII'1)It.lIllefl those I B..ircf -of lu.rnan rtaxin and divine revelation; of principles ou the drclaration of Lord< Clarepdon! that ErgLmd

mouths of the Danube. They have already drawn ) of such charactt-ras forbid 1.l'.per} 'luthonty THK FIOUIOIAX eopiLD IT who would a"C"rd to all octIo.H if (ti.-} voni.trv i.i their natme prof undly phil> .<>|>hical. and ini and France were in perfect accord io both hemispkemtcdlcd
to
rhiiinel.Lmrti are a direct the and called his &
. .the Sullina any 1'orcigu Secretary
chiim
across IIUIILP IT TO inn C..I i KILIU" lh.-ir fraetice of i.ntot.l value t<' the hrn.cu faa.iiv. upon
Czin. "llie fallowing import them in thew columns. the rights iuiI 1 privileges! sruMantce'l: by tl.e Constlti.livii. .- tcr tk>it to it.Up .
allusion We
UOM THK to ; quote : >
i I' i i-s of lc mvteries full of
Tlie reader will rifrccive at n rr'mif. ti. .- a tyctetn e yirihi> : allegory,
int de-'iulched is tt-legraphed : I; -ciiue they we-nlI! Continue !, .nf-ffty! to fd-! ; to that moment Lord Clarendon incT notbioj
When charire ( and
one ge-ntle-inun prefer a a ui-jft au wLury desigueil to attract, enlighten purify.
,. Bfatis Monday, April 3. ; jv-ijietmted, zigaimistthii prc-s iu the false clanje ;here low in the upon the uhject, and expressed the greatest surprise
, other injutiou* to l.is rtputat 1(11. 1 he i i-t IJOUIK! to piove footsteps of all their prfdfv* |#,the DcmOcratiof -- .
Piinco George (Mecklenburg Strelitz uriived here it Matid lanirlf convie'ed i4 faI-iJiH l 'J1 aJlti I iCation made. With peif.tt (-&',Ilml-. j and uFizujie-with- arid a. t ,ni hmeht that such a construction should beplac'.J
or e ( Connecticut !have I.t en Mri<-kii down : bit : Time Eu j-ian army in array ngainst Turkey the he nsed in Jlhe House of
qr -etcrdav, the b.>arcr of a letter from the limpt-ior ofItusbia that the editor f the Suit'; 1-ad "triiIat-l out the -zightcst h lu-itatjou at th- upon language
<
l"the King of Prussia, in answer to tie miiiouof *- ; il'.ml'tnus iil'UtitVof who will lOt say, tint their defeat i is nure gh-rious. and! her allie.n M estimated at not less than 300,000jmen. : Lords. lie disavow most emphatically the meani -
; and circulated .TONShari*'. to be i.ijlm.iulrd!
4... Gtn. Lindhcitn. mid contrary to( the record."proved WHS pron''iitccd fo!.'-*, i} the act, the editor
' Its tenor is a.f.llowsV3ien the Weteru lkw- and the Ploriuian challenged: to the proof. No tcsti1niony BID1ANII IT AM <'UH>1T>;' If TO TilK Col-IlftR !f one was crushed while b-'l.lly ni.ilntaioing the rylitI Ivalefat under comn nnd of Prince Pakiewiteh ; 45.000 .- exdusivelv to the joint action France and England
% ci tae) Lri'(. and hi S.'uth America. lie was pained that such siuiapj'ieheosion
( then )Jiatl the
ers 5uecti-'d iu i.ecuiing -znaiicipntion has been iiitroJu-ed to su-taiu that > bare-faced assurance ti r. -k us as a the
Pruth under Getu Ludar
4. wfll be ailejr.ition, I nu.l the otl.er tii.ii>:j>htd by F'lM.jpii.g t>> conquer. are near ; 75,000 etIirharpt should exist, and at once offered fo
the Czar viiingi
a thin. iu Turkey by Iteatliag. except a icjictiti'in of the. filsehood, \vLkLi makes it j matter prosschnigc Wallai-hiu under Pimce Oe rtchakotf
the l'iincipalitkfi. iirnultaneouly 'sith > ;- give au off cial disavowal U> our Minister, if official
d. 10 the evaciate evacuation of the Black Sea by the combined JouMy libokus. j !" ",Vbiccr heard of stub "grofj" trilling: Definitions for the Simple. f.OOi'i' ) belwcon the Pruth and the Dniester, under application were maele. Mr.Bvfchauan being ioformed

: Iketi'. \\c refer to this matter signin not that the uxicalleg.itionof with the reputation of aiatuer-.tcI! }palpable d.sresard : -j ABANDON, verb tr. (Fr.): Ea e ; unconstraint.COTLMPOHAIlY ften. Oaten Sackrn ; SO.OOO in Volhynia under GenShinellnkfff of the circumstances, soon afterward Trail such application -

i4 MzsctLLAEous.-lt was rp ted that Napoleon f.il-'ehooir rijj.-tiiifet the Fluri'lioIaJI-hirie: ; of all that h candM. aad f.iir aol honorable aid the written disclaimer n cow fa pcttesioo *-
45'OU round the Cnrcea
a., Living or being at tie same ; are encamped ; of Sute Jfo were taien
pubs
of oar
Lai written an autograph IctU-r to the I3iiipcr renders it nee -*-- but simply that once f r Department
arj" wem'iy bn.theroditothf Mt
among than tlii eililorb'ii (
>re The
1 SO.OOO in the Caucasus under Prince Woronzod I in to elicit this'erisatowal it was simplythe
quarter ;
Austria reinlndinij bim of his promi.-e to cotiMiler.) time. any
all silcnc the Sciilintl and it iu such
< place a j.ociti'.n
the R.uvian crossing of the D.imibe us a cam tells, > : $ ubse-qucntly had it in his p.wer to repnir thewriu. The number of cannm is estimated at not less than prompt, frank explanation of a high-midded man,
as to require hcrcalter fiuin it frvnie-tLiuj IIWHc reliable : EDITOR n., One who superinter.Js the publleatimof whose miscoostrued.
But had been
will it
action believed thyt know language
immediate accordingly. he must
4 snd urginff him to j inj ia 500. The Czar is said to have decided to remain entirely
It is officially announced in the Bulletin dee Low than the ir-eie ipsr dix'.t of its editor us to the cor- that we are entirely guiltless! of the de-pir-able! meanness cpt-r or book. on the defensive, lelioving that it his policy to The American in Loodon" referred to,is i DOUbI

hel; that France bus advanced ten millions ot fiaucs on recluciior inconec-neE1* of his statement: jiruteiided 1.U edly Col. Webb -
allegatiiMi he l.as
: imj.lies, had the
I never justice protiact the war to its utmost limits.
News.
loan to Tui key. facts. If however, before we ate through wilh Urn The Foreign
to ietrae.1 the libel ami thus
The Archbishop of Paris lifts arldrcw-f-u n pastoral j.lncc us right before The advices by the steamer* Jfenuann and America Naval Steamers the Bosphor.The .

Utter to the clergy and people inviting that prayers he bhould happen to feel his reailen.I Hut so Jt iv Instead of acknowledging remarks the liiiltiraorc Sun, are of a complexion to Tht LaUle Ftett to b: Blown Lp.-The Herald following extracts from a letter reeeiv d recently

be offered for cucceKS to the Fieuch arms iu the } art. -g. the halter draw, his fault, he adds in-ult to injury, whenever this and say,*, a number of Americans went out to Russia will the Waahiugton -
& 4 the interct in European affairs. The from the Mediterranean, says
.: tT' Henry Montdataigny, telegraph agent, had been !Jel him remember that he has \oluutarily llaeel his the other in tnnce pciuted out are referred to, 1-y tb' quicktD public with llr. Grcniwald, associated in a secret contract
imj-rienned fr one mouth, and tined 1000 francs, for has effect t-f the state of war between the allied povve- Union, be read with interest :
neck in the noose, and no one to blame cave coarsest and most loathsome with Russia for the destruction of the British and
tluise furious
.i publikbing a false rejvti I t: of the price of coiicols.PARMA. as wltne-M the and lUiSfsiii id distinctly rttlectt-d in the UiUi.-h market. i "At Constantinople or rather ia the Bsphoruit

.-:,.._ .-Ou bearing the death of the Duke of Parma himself. onslaught on us in Tucbday'n Xeitintl. Dutwe monetary BIK! conm reial. Aiil l il f./llnw.s, f.f course. i French fleet i-i the Baltic, (should they approach suf- saw the finest collection of naval steamers in the

the lefnirees who bad established the-incclvc at 1. The first item w J bring forward as testimony"to are tloue t-hh that sin-ct from l'iicefith. We cannot Hiofiit'v near anv Rtwian port for the purpose,) byi world, the most efficient of which was the 'Agamem

&9 Btrade'lla returned to their home, with no further overwhelm and confound the editor, is found in the |le1mnit the I'hriJiiiii. to be dcgradol fur- I that America a5aiis will rer]>oijtl very aeuaibl to the i.irar.s of Tavlor's submarine armor and Colt's subma- non.' a British ship of the line, mounting ninety evn*
hindrance than a icnc-iutre with the douaui>-rs. by any -uiue influence1*. She has trunk engines, built by Penn L SOB, and has
Sentinel of the 24th January last. CriticUin tie tlicr e- .uitruvery with it until its editor line lie plan we understand, ia this :-Ai cut
it The Italian papers) make the mobt e-ontiadictorv luarns dcccney The declaration e statements us to the circumstances of the Duke'sdeath. President's annual roesmigc, he used this very remark by l looking more into Pale-y, Cliesterflel.1beteranth Knhiiid. is iiieiniiewliat
-it Oa piper relates circumstantially that be able language in respect to it : Munay, and thawing his inspiration less from Mun-' if-titra.s.! If it oci<>ul.i ]'I,.ve ti> be eoi: :)atihle with!, war. is to l-e can ltd under the water by a man, encased arrangement in the English navr-) They told
I. was tabbed by a soldier, whom be kicked for not President's chaiiscuaud the iuteres-t* of the lielligcrent j'arties. a lil('eral j/fU-y I' r e her average speed at ea was ten knoto, but they
the Joo
ai-sastiiii "Tim document [ roe agp] not only Miller. We have IH-I( thc target for I in n submarine armor. He fastens the battery that it is hard to bvh'eve.
another that the of their ships Thejav -
him
showing repe-et; iays j will be doubtless sustained, tot the general 1-s'.te-ei.ion brag so
attempts to justify tim proscription of mich sterling I bluig-w hangers auil bottom of the and returns to the shore. b the finest and
officer whoocsNler the Duke ejn.ke lightly jiot-houee ribaldry until patience' ) lo the s-hip, however, that she most efficientlearner
f$ was an Daniel ?j. Dickinson on account of hin licicii i of the Commercial: inti-iChU of the work And we infer
of the London Press elates patriots as exhausted.In of electric wire the is fired in the o.avy-.I believe they might say of the
of, nnd a correcp-indent ( but calmly attempts to plead the tru-litiuiis of U from the initial actioi; of the Western 1''w4-r5t1a.Lt rh'ft by means an battery :

thht the n-iiiatiou was perpetrated in open day at the Van Dunns iditomiift ia confeasion and avoid our notice of tile Stn'lntl to-day, we have pursued they will be guvcuied in th .ir future procttdiiigs by and the chip i* blown up. It is said that the Submarine worl'L Their side wheeL steamers arespecimens. miao

the CifliCyIftIJC IWgoSan in clonk Biagio who[blabbed trade .St.the Luria.Duke] ance. It boMly Condemned as anti-< liriiU.m mid disloyal a c.elruiYen course, closing our eyes as far usK the policy of the Czar. Armor and Buttery Company are to receive one I saw thirteen steam frigates mounting <
l> a man wrapped a There little doubt of fettled and-haruionious
y u now
I1. a
and which
numerous elognias practices to the- -ibl to the libel which the CMUnoditics .hundred thousand pounds sterling ifsuccessi:! iu of calibre. TbcLr sloops (a* thcy.
1 in the etonaci, and who. although pursued by so Hard frtubboruly adhered, and which they would not I {jror.3 are staple purpose on the part of the allies to humble the p /wer guns heavy -
ftid-de-carnp, uscnjKsd. The Duke was conveyed to abandon." of the editor's weekly twaddle. Cluuity, and tlefeat the d'I-n4 of Ru -i.i. This they will endeavor clearing out the allied squadron; and they are other term the United States stfamer Saranac) art tf3hd

the Palace, where he cxpiitd in a few bourn. If we however, prompts us to attribute them more to his to do at as hide Pi-.critice of the general wel- wise to receive a stipulated sum for every hostile ves.sel faster than their frigates ; but io a race of 700
the character of the Duke This constructed wh* taken with the the Sarauac beat her e'lgateeohours
believe the accounts, crudely paragraph, n to Highflyer,
and of the commercial
interests their
ti nmy fiirc tif

own
profound ignorance of what is ratir people U
fitting and destroyed. knot ship.
call her twelve
was infamous. pieces and examined in each part contains thne distinct proper as possible. Ami to this end the rights of neutrals although they a
' Although Austria ntinnfs to refrain from any nc- cr than to a natural and irresistible pioclivUy to vice, this race the Saranac averaged but ten knots
4 allegations, neither of which has a semblance of will be recognized and resjM-cted, in all probability, Rational Courtesies-The returned v>
' 1l hun that can be construed into committing herself to and hence we have invariably suffered the apology of as they have never been under a state of European Refusal to JKjcchnnye i "TIme French steamer "Napoleon ha
the of the Da- truth on which to rest : on entering Havana Toulon dead
ilber side it is averted that passage that Commodore Newton : a faiZuas'The
4[ the poet to plead in extenuation warfare heretofore. We can but think that the influence report
tube by the Russians has given her a much greater 'lIe that the President in his salutes with the Spanish
((1.) chaige yearly and example of the United! States have exerted harbor refused to exchange War.In .
nidc with the Western Tis sonio justice to ftSeihJeto chance Duration of the
powers.
inclination to nu>* age, "attempts in j1btiftime proscription of such a wholesome tendency over European counsels to this Foils Uw.H founded. Time reliable Havana correspondent in Mr
oft
LI Tlie Austrian Bank has declined the proposition The wrongs you must expect from ignorance; effect. regard to the duration of the war Europe
)a. .. r> r..mo.. tr tnaV-a kdvanees ou the State do-' sterling patriots as Darnel S. Dickinson on account of of the New York Journal of Commerce says of the New York
Mi JU1 WIi None can the moulds of their prit,4 ,.... Walsh, the intelligent correspondent
SDiins. his heresies ;" that the refu-sal waa on account of eliscourteous and
We theicfore should men's ignorance excuse, C4arlesto-The Editor of the Petersburg Express Journal of Corn-ittrer, says ;
A CSiiiefmna Journal states that Russia has recogciaed That be also in the insulting language used towards the President and
((2.) same message, calmly attempts who attendance walk jost now, I encountered
the condition When born too low to reach at things sublime WHS Charleston on the 9th, in .4 In returning frOm a
the neutrality of Sweden only on to plead the traditions wf the Van lturen idetoinucawhat's ; authorities of the United States by the public joura.als Rpy r* Senator my acquaintance
Owar that rather their misfortune the Commercial The Market the Palais
no Tis than on Convention near
I trhich has been accepted by King their crime. ?, says :
; that in tinder the authority of the Captain General of Cuba Admiral experienced in State concern ler
shall enter ( !) confession and avoidance and -an ,
of war any ; '
more than four foreign ships Ilou BwMen or Norwegian' fortified port at one. time. ((2.) That he lx>Idly condemned at anti Christian brilliantly illuminated v.-ith last night nud pm escfl- which Commodore Newton has required should pressed to him six my months.hope In London the Ulna pota--**
$ has issued declaration, TJic Acqbitition tfLozzisianq.Thie opposition to gas before he could consent to doris beyond
The Danish government a and ha retracted or explained W
and disloyal numerous dogmas practices to which Meats and the President of
and harp
of which thz Nebraska bill the ted a mod inviting and handsome appearance. calkd it short
Jorn
of traband jZ
its definition war, of Commerce will
% containing sayii the usual international courtesies. wetktrustaei
which interchange in his address of last
adhered and would Body
the Ilardi stubbornly they Legislative
includes horses, timber for construction of vessels, tar, not begin to compare with that which was waged by fowl and fish abounded iu the greattst profusion, and French that it would be vigorous, rapid and" decial'sTh -

shcstbing, fail-cloth, canvass, hemp, cordage, not abandon 1" fruits and for sale in great varieties,
vegetables to *
copper the Federalists und most of the New England clergy, .wurv Savannah Ike City Corporation of S nator answered: No one of my colleagiK
ef '
Ac, but not coats Besides these, the ordinance Now we ask the editor if be is prepared to assert the of Louisiana. but not abundant. The recent cold spell has Liberality. members of the Government really expects that
very
against purchase Hon.Josiah P the
My 4th, 1818, is renewed. Danish flee's, nor Quincyf.who Savannah has appropriated 82000 for the relie
with the DanLtb scan arc allowed tlatucJi gross charges" as these, the glory of" oiig- in his advanced retarded the growth of early fruits and vegetable I : it will end in six monthaor can Imagine when il '
presided recent
porsous acquainted age over a of the Jacksonville sufferers by the late diaastroufire. to the declarationa of th. Bnt>*
vessels of the and circulating" which U all big own, are uot uoticed delicious strawberries,, end. According
belligerent other fruits
bard powers. hoMing A'uti-Nubrabko iu Dot-ton al
on among
meeting said
to serve in
4 a speech on The cilitens have made up a purse of 51100, Cabinet, the struggle with Russia us .w/*
T In the instruction for theDani strict guardalJps to, they 44 contrary to the record !P Will he, DAJLE be deny it f the lfth Jan., 1811, against the admiwbn of Louisiana and in vegetables, there was quite a sprinkling of a*' for the same purpose. That was the idea of the French Emperor, ana1 i
observe neutrality subscription
a : pirate
by
arc instroctedlo the carrying captnred.war or tnwxjhantre protest We challenge liiw to the stand. We asset, iu bis uia Stale:- paragus, green peas, tomatoes'ami cucumber The I preparation an both ides of the china*war* pcP

els against into Danish ports, but not to oppose it by own eJwiee pbrue, that Uicy arej" false in Uiaaggre-| If this bill passe, it is ray deliberate opinion TO ATIT gardens of the city are filled with flowers and the THE OAD3DEN TUEATY.'WASHINGTON tk nate. Russia had strength,pride,persistency the CuCP"??**".

% loree. and only to we force itnt pnvateers,' The gate uinmi in the detail," and call upon any inl lligeu IS VinTVALLT A PISHOI.UTIOH Of tilt UNIOX-TliAt IT air is burdened w kh" the perfume of these beautiful April 25. been fora protracted as a, dauntless conservative r *he isUne could; b-s eq *u? '

DaoUh U to be copsldered as exUoding one democrat to decide. We th WILL race TUB STATE raoir:THEIR MORAL ODLloATioifs' potent '*
r: territory parson,.nhig or say ; specimens of God'a banal-work. M0NDAY.-Thie Senate will act on tho OadsdeuTiea' more scr destructive.' I rasrrninded0fS'
sen-nul from the roast, except st Koouburg and the A>D AS rrtVItL BK THE KIOHT Of ALL, WILL BE
SO
IT fell
r U in Uii sod breadth of the house
is 6000 there not, Jgth menage, to-morrow. When he had shaken the pillars the
ditaoce tv
liver Elba at Gluckstadt, where tho THE DUTT Or BOMB, TO ntXTAKl FOR A BEPABAT10X. AMICABLY Nnlionulity. l\\ appear by a communication th'
( Counterfeited trmeleon death
hie
b based were all the he killed at
: one'MliUry idea bo irhich they can -tha -Home on Monday speeches princes ; mor
s.. IF TIIET CAM, VIOLENTLY IF TIIET Iii7'A V In the
New York Ctvrier, that ship are "-
in the ill ttvmom.BATIWCATJON %
speak killed hits hifsitime.kZgMws.A .
-Beaton had
On the 81 st ti\t Sir-Jehn Franklin aeIhis trpedl'tic their truth exist nowhere except in the editor's own the Nebra k$ WU. Col. h iie
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were struek off tV&books of the British;flvy, fancy, whose amazing flight*, judging from such returns now kteomer KM eommeiKed running between leaving port OP, TIIE-OJiDSDEX TREATY. revival- of religion haibeI.1riron .

&nd !t given lip to* dead. u tuoW; nty-veil excite Savannah and Baltimore, called the TCDIXSMC. She the American Sag, bat really owned and commanded The Senate on Tuesday ratified the Oaels.len Mexi- in the Methodist great ehnrch in this city for *1" t
iota Liverpool at present, ail the taken towards citizenship ''amendments. Th* SlKiimmntbaa
influx 4 i4&fmA* by Englishmen, step every
>
I The the irondor of the towR./ and can 'weeks
ofth- is of 1200 tons burjtheq, commanded by OaptPurUlj. S Wect-rfi and -The Ulli>cd BW nres to two .
rtifl&tom- intention by5ItT5
I $ Bjthlct 1 berag the declaration of becoming nciOicn
ip surpaM bound eithw We' rnijht1; hire- pWd? the Tlie Savannah speak in term of dollars] to Mexic -The aczt phyer meetiope'Y-'P" Oth'utdtTO
I Tii* m'Mority tn from Ireland and irs pause bvint.tbtii : papers high made by the Captain. At this u an abuse of ten mIII' tif Oiray deujjjnaIi0UW1 Ieari4J1
"f r the UuRed Bute* o> Cnd*. Tli.>r1c at steerte editor; Ab/t di tombat by a bnre eitatton so' giripgiy! prsi.e of Uie finUh and ptng.ratj (or. lbs comfort our privilege, wbicti ia likely to invoke our government pat uIirn tiM btfl! thruiwn tint tern Of that CICt" MrdlU7 tIod

-'* pvsMge now rioi H w hlgli as CO 10s, owing to taI2idD fcr requireonly to be-t prodoeed to dew- sndsafey.OLSMSflIfl. $ in trouble, the practice will oo doubt be peedily Col. Beutoo, oo Tuesdavspo'ke two bows u the C' '

th* ftcarci'r of thippbg aadcatting. tad ( uiscg a stop to. Uo-u ajtinit the Nibrajka'Bfll. -
: 1.k our ktits aad prore the truth of our auegatAotiut oo each tiip. TaMage to Baltimort $2ol put





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foreign Jf'cwr e w b4ft1wT1 Inrred l bv tb? i'oorn.' \khn, wht-n pelted of tbe day', which" are so extravagantly puffed in the'advutifhig .- -- ? -
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with stone* by tie rut'b, Lad rci-mrte to their firm*.- columns of the newspapers. Dts.Nw. t. J. H. CRICnLOW,. /. r/ CXICHLOW.r. C. j. N. ICJ.OW. 4 --p
=- -:-- TlwH-bultwiu that arvs'raj of the mob were killed comb and Duff: m common with others of $the medical TTJST received a Urge lot"of tb tarions brands of

Arrival of the Asia. and wounded, after which they dispersed. faculty, are simply doing justice to these,valuable the Berber Tubaeco, which to the trade n ill be sold T. H. CRICHLOW j BROTHER J

vc Lncliniijjrd Quo medicines in thus apeaking well of them, and truly im* t DcBELAIR ,

C0Uon.Aci *sit I 0 PIS, SEVEN DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. hate the benevolence of Uie good Samaritan" in cadeaToriug 16 te. '

:cEw Tout, April 20.,1 ARRIVAL OF THE ARABIA. to extend their Joirx use viLLt: January SO, 1B60. ACADEMY. N EW SPIllING AND SUMMER FANCY GOODS. a p_____

R'-., Mail Stfumtliip Asia, Cnpt E. G. L<>tt Adaaice in Cotton, Prnm'ttt'ft. and Contnl*-A*) Gentlemen-"We have used quite a qtiuaatity of T11 E Exerciptes of?'* Iostitntion are eondueted by _ _
Bat
further j.-
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Litm***! date* of the SU- has arrived at thicM t-Important from Sjtain-The Japanese XrLnne's Vermifuge iu our ptactice, and find it tobf AULD' late rrineipal c.ftbe IliglI 1.

-;*<+ ,- Arabia ariived, out on tie iuotiiiu<* of u.b.ITI(1 Ports vptntd. a valuable article, end ne math nffdediKth'roitntry. School at Oreer-Tood, H. C, and of St John's SemituT UXDEPvSIfJNED wpnld most respectfully call the at lent ijo ojIj, i* aad dtotkBM of TaQ*> .j.

; rt' the Washington arrived nt Souiliamptou on EW Yon, April 25. If we can get a sufficient quantity, we will u-e 13 at Madiaon, ?] There is no location ro Slat bh.< ec and vicinity to their large and Itifuassortnct of .-. '
Tlie British mnil steamship( Arabia with) Liverpool some exertion to ilipoe of it. more favorable for a School than IM-Air. For benith-

tutJy'! i sal" f..r the weet were3-t,00< Lal-s, ofV dates to this L5th iust ha* arrived at Halifax bring >Wr*. J. DIPD,t CV..Pr8. :N EWC03IB A DUFF. fulneM it*MsurpewM-d, and us it conMhti entirely of :EE.xN"ar: ct

The peculator* iwt 8.&UO. and rxj>ortu 2.5'O in dates from Europe seven lny. later than the At-ia- For nale at all the Drug Stores in Tallahassee, and pnvtte re ideucee, the pupils are not subject to tficbc Recently pirrclia ed in the cite of New York and Philadelphia. to experienced buy errand si tbett Goodr
'hib under active at on ASCUCV in every Town in the South. evil influrtwrt U. which they must were purchased ft-r Cih feel assured offer facib'Uoa
the market closing an demand LIVERPOOL] COTTO'N MARKET.Pince bccessarily be ex en'ir'ly, they they can io this market hitherto nokoown 4'
uk., April 29. 1854. 17 2w posed even in the most moral Cities and county towns To any and all who are at all skeptical we would most respectfully! sajf call and examine for votrselvw.-. .,I,
;ith tbfl Failing r>( tb Asia, on the 8th inst., the f ??? -----i------ 1'upiU of both sexes rmived. Thpee who enttr at Our stock consists in part of the following, viz: ,
F ir Orlean'. .. . .. CJ. Liverpool i Cotton market )ban advanced from 1-1 Cd. toid. a-jy tme excc'c United
5d. The salen for tlit* week eliding on ThniS'lav States Patent Office. j i u fusion, will t he chnrj d from the time of entrance Ladies' Dress Good Gentlemen's Clothing.

'jt V1iIhI. Gd. t were 40.000 bale of ul.lch speculators tiw.k 7f'UO and "WASHINGTON. April 15, 1854. 11ON to The ud] of the $m>ion. In order eitablieb a bet RICH Black Brocada Silks, TJ ICII Flack Fch Cloth Coats, t j

Ufl ug l'1 .? FI. I exjx'rtfrs 2i>00 bales, h-Ming 31,000) bale of all doeriptiiiiis the petition of Fonos McCVrthy PuthamI I i''tcr proportion tl.e following fjr the future will be the Fancy do do XX de> Bine do do do ;

Cal! n vl' Obi-) flour 37s; Yellow com 41s. for the trade. TLc quo>tatiousare_ as fallows Florida, praying for the > a 1 I RATES OF TUITION do do Plaid do c' d.* Black Fcb Drap dEt Costa, S '
Vcfm- iitwy vnt. Him. I' : patent granted to him on th<- 3d i of July, 1840, for an do Maid and Fancy Summer Silki. S dodo do Queen's Cloth da ?

4.; ; occnrid on the Baltic. The tithe Ftilr Oilcnn--. .. . . .. .f.Jd. III iiiipu.venn in the cotton gin. for seven rears from FIR f=r=8IOX OF FIVE MONTHS-I'AYABtX QCARTIilT. do do Plain Silk Tissue. do Alpaecjt do

fitt. b' evIercl Bl.'irk :Sen.low'fintiiiuvs i Middling l Oilean .. .. .. . ..I'd.FiiirUplnwlii tbe expiration of paid patent which takes place on the F.r Spelling Reading, Writing, Primary Ge- do Fancy do do do do Italian Cloth do .

v ed T! Tor < gnU a vit't.ory in 13t ,.$8rnbia. I .. .. . . .. .fljd. Sddavof Julv, 1SV1- .Tapby, and! Primary ArithmeticOral( ,) |10 00 do Brocade Silk Tissues, do do Imperial Cloth do
undecided as to her course in iieite 4 Middlint 'Uplands.. . . .. It i* ordered Uint the said petition be heard at the For Written Aritbcietic and Geography con do Embroidered do do do Doe Skin Casmmer Paflt, ; -
: ffUr. The domind Patent Cflicc ou Monday, the 2Cth of June next, at f timfd... .. . .. .. .. .. 15 00 Lustre ErillLmte, do Fancrdo dn do \. do ';, "
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from the do 1.
was good trade which Plain '
1 holders. 12 o'clock, m.; and all per rs ere notifiel to appe-u For English Grammar, and any otber Engli Beragea Plain Fancy Colors do do
freely met do
"Additional Asia.CiuimstoN. Another by l circular Orleans and show* rauc, if imy they have, vby said r etitiouiujrht study,_. . . . .. . . CO 00 do Plaid and Figured Beme,. do Figured do do '
per Livcrp rj'iofpq Middling n'H to be rHDtfd. 1 For the Cla 3ir .. .. .. . .. .. 25 00 Satin Striped do do Black French Prap d"Ete do
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April SI.Jlf I. at The n P-lfid Moolt and of Fair Upland; it "f iht Personop]* PIig; thp extension are reqiiircrl to file! J Hxtra-Frtn' br. ... .. .. . . 10 COItoarduig do Satin do do do do Figured Drnp dEU Pants,
Cotton
r.t Ijurpnol.yeW5v Plain and
Ru "fins arc dismoiitling fortitfeses ou the isynjaertfJioti is "f which 'J2iOO! bales inn th* pr.tctit Cilice their objecfi-ins.J'j ecully S'-t f.>rlli i ) can be obtained in the village. Figured Grenadines, do do do Corded do do do
; shiplmnrd. i G'OO' bales : do trio do Black Grenadines
1nd .. in writing. at b-a-t twi'titv days before the clay ofeainzz. April ",JS5k ir. ct do do do Wellington Cord do k' .-
frliU aie Aiaciicau. h.. All fil d either dod Paris Printed Adele Grenadines. do do
at Kjvcge Tiny.yi'svLjatiim SPAIN' testimony by party, to he AInacca do .
FROM
i w open to St. F.'tei>burp.Tl LATER usd at i.iid beaiintr. must be tjiluiandin trnr.4'1Ijtte1 From Xcw York, per E. Rerainingtou," <> Palm do do do do Queen's Cloth do S

nliiidflpt!> saileJ: for Vniua tocffiTt! amovonvnt Spain has made ample npinrti-m to Hie United accordance with the ruled of the office, which 'cviii CofTee. Iried do Pbin and Plaid Pompedoor Grenadinw, do do Ca,hraarett do '
?tnt (tovcinmeiit for the Black VTaniur at RIO Apples, do Gro de Rhine tsilk.
vitL o outrage' bIavaia. e furnifbed tin application.Th do White Linen
HI c.umitiit.fl] Oinnr Piicha, in> soon jia Intuiiivi' *- Coffee, IIpMjic Drilling do
f houfd! omnienec in the IV.tic. !' I .- testimony m the case will lioclo'edonthprf j (;J.ilJeu S rcp, Boloma Champai ne, dodo Painted and PLiin Muciirr. do Fancy do do dodo &

Tin Ijiipu-nof Jlufsia and G-uithine moved to t '; POLITICAL IXT..LLIGF.NCEJTlurc June next ; depo-i'i) i.iw huh 1 other pipers relied up- j I i ion ( itrrn. R.VKII! Butter Sausages, dodo tlo Organ'lies, Plain do do do

iI.-<-' -r. Could taut tell what couibe Austria will I ba; < Ini'n no further fi btinc st Sea or on laud.i al l .- :! ..| nui-t IH; filed iti the office on or lie- j I I Currant*, Cider Vinegar., do Plain and Painted French Jaconets, ? do Brown do do d*

pnrsuo. i Aw tria anti Prussia co'it'.i.ne ih-tjotiatinfr. fore the nioinui!* of tl.at cluy ; the arguments, if any. _Ahi.oi.d ',VlJ5te Wiue Vinegar.w do Paiu! and Etobro.l.rejl Robes, ( do Cottonade do

L' April| 2Clh is appointed nsa National fa.it da\ lotolicrvcJ t Tlio Radians batbuccti did m opening tbe Japan-j| u itbin I. ti n I'Ia-S I thereafter. | >.- Knpbnd P.tmi. do Embroidered and Dotted Swiss. ( do Heavy Super Russia Doalc da -

- l<- thrivighinit Grout; fl itain. ($e lCtt5. I| Or.!.'n-.l, also, tb.t tbi" noire lx- publi-bcd the'I C-i iii iC uud* I American, Bnn.ly.j Collars, &c. Gentlemen's
Vests &c. I4'Iic1i
ri 4iecurid i-i 1t.tre1snn. tho IT.tL The I I'm.'.!. InMiiiroiioor. ntil Evening, Star, VVasJiinsfton Ma'. ira
A ''t on Adi.iim Xppler Mi'ldcnly put to ?en. j < Tbvrry, Port and I Claret Wiue. ,
military veie called out, and t-evcral diim sMK LATER NEWS BY THE ARABIA, I). C. ; l'i \lvaman, Philadelphia.,! Pa. ; S''u>!.tin jI j' Ai.iciioan.. Ne'w Yoik ; :I>:,ih Ouiu-r., RufTal": Nrvr 1 do Chemizetti, do do do D. B. dodo
A man bv 'l.e. name of iWclii has Wu nirested.cLtirged I Tl.e Pacific s.rrhed on MimJ.iv. the) lltb i'ie'' \.4, k I ioriliau z.s'i j..ur.tal. 'iIthI.i&.l', } !om-Lia AISO. from New do Uudersleeves, do Silk S. B. do -

with"tbe -s -tiiiiii"n; of thtI>u irf I\IUHSL: "Tho lateM new* Iiv tl.c J.\rabia report jLit afTuir- ,tio,, \\cekf-ir three. FUYCMMwe. ks prc> **:* t>> en IP.'U. SM,. and Shoulders, do do Habiu, Collars and S1.eu. do do do D. B. do -* :

A despatch from H-Vaii HIV: nrz'rti.itiuiS iim Luij on the I iKiiml* twain isiwli'iiijfd. 1 the 2eb) June next, the d. y of h.-annj-. I j S; Ii'! IV-t Rrown Snt-ar., do Ilomtoii ILkLiu and ileevcs, do Fancy Silk S. B. dodo

cotiMWfdsh Ati-tris, mi'l that Pi ui.i lt.-idj.om-1 *lli iilii.'il fleet xttn* ait Viirna. j ji' S.T.SI1UOERT. 1'-0 Bbls. Extra; and Superfine Flour, do M..Utso do do ) do do D. B. do f "

iu ft t,ct('nm- signed M Veiiie i.ii tlie : d UApji i!i'., Sr CharK-s: >npi< r'f flett lnul cudJ, r.ly put to fea. I Aetin? Ci'miixi.n.er ..f l'att.nts. 25 do IUboiled Syrup dodo Gimpme. do du do Plain White Mars. 8. B Vest.. s .- t
between pri Oicat Brititin, Viunev; a'id Au-tiia. i in enn-4-q'H'iice of tbe ice In raking i.ji. j p. S.-Editor" Of tie! abt f jiajnTsvill' pl >a' 'py.iiuvi I 25 'I'J IlfetififJ Whiskey, French Lace Habits vad Sle VMt do do du do D. B. do :'. '

Jt 19 now rum-'it-d that Au-tiid will uid.c the liut'f I The Amitiius: are reported to IKS f-ntwinjj Sortia. j! end tin. ir bill to tl.e); Patent Cieec ith a ] perjI : 5 t].> Laid, dodo E..irlih du do do do Fancy du do S. B. dod *
iiit ( tin? Balkan caiiefui, wai. All tlie (;irot-krf have been orJ<.ri'<1 to h-u\ 'fti kvv. !I ,containit1! tbi.;.. notice. I 10 Casks Carolina P.icc, Hoiiiton Lace Collars! do du dn do D. B. *v*% **

Toe English and Fiench (.toxcrumcuts entirely reVt I fitted from Coj>eiilia en to the 13th Mate tl.at fniirteam April ?'. IK-4. Ecc 17 t 2 Prxes Tongues, do Mnltese do do do Plaid Linen D. B. do L ,

the proposal <>f the Czar. fuutided ou' hi letter: t:>, fi.g.Uve Live ln-t-ti dctscbed frcm Admiral XapioiV i : 2 do] Maccaroni. dj French do do do Plain Linen D. B. do '
Ui? King 4>' 1'iusia.In fv-! <-t. mil b.ivc } '>-it f it tu, tbe ( 'i "f'if Fmlanil. I! ;To THE I'LAYTEIIS OJ7 FLORIDA, .'. do Star Candle, dodo Mourning do do Embroidered Silk D. B.Gent's do

the Ilou!..* uf G niinf>tis. on Friiay.; Lfnd John(J. The j Britir-h fiiat, Inijtiiuh cbai-eu] tbo Russian I 1 1J Seed No fi; II Deit SpuuLh Scjar! do Chemizettes, Plain Linen Coats,
J: C irtti> into Sn 'i.li ni. j i Cotton -- Kumbug1.TIIE For sale do do L'lidersleevef" r-7'2
FtI1 continued the i-tatt-uu tLut: Au-tii.a v.i by LKItllY d ROWLE3. do Plaid do dod ,
jv.yiiratiflg; ''""]" w tL e tr :itiiTof. nia, but that ( )t -patt.4 S frolH I ;in, i" T.e) tb. I und'1'ij.iWHl.; : ii"W in Mi"Ha ippi lint snon to', April I... "M. 15 dodo Valenc iuues Lace Undersleevei, >> Russia do do S .

bt .tiati&na zue -tll pndii with Ku>via.i ]I'jiiicc! lr.ncl.iv lc 1'iUy ha* I been -eiit to L>ii'l
1)fl i u i* cousidt-uil iu u crita'ali'udili.: m. an ( il iiitu.'ii ;j m i .t rtrtfu1 Planter1 in t tl.c > 'leetimi and iwpr ive: Just Received, da Linen Cambric habit and Sleeves, du Plain do doGents' .

1x11 tt. ne: tjiik-d fi i. Ti 1 1 1 Vs art f.t' n.lc ,. 1t.-t: da't f.sii kdir. tire to ili; 9th '. !u d ti- s'spplhim v I'b dtlon "See-l f.r th- E"ROM New York nnd New Oilcans, Ladies' and a

I in pot-liaxv[ batl'.u l.u.l taken fu.-uv at 5>i !jp.t ti a < r M li<.l' \a. I 11-i.t, ;? rr p 1 lie bt ta!..-n i-p-at r nin* ti> piwnie tlxpii. : -" 5 Sacks Java C* fie#, Sard *, Misses1Rich Bonnets.Ladies9 and Boys' Hats ,' TSST

K>a en Gfnrnd: On-liakuoatl. in Bixaiaf'tn. and f 'icedlum O:
l.ailc. The TinVn Juo i.L"! ciu fvJ the D-uul c. 1 1-e '!i oniiM]
Lctwemich"laB nijd ]Itoiistdjouk. : b'l I PiTrnsn j.0. Cth-All tie received tr.i-.j ai :' l., i f r<> 1 IK-. :I Linght to t1.- Stat e. He will deliver I 10 M edifice Si-piirs 100 Sack 1.Vbite Corn, dodo Saragussa 'do Campeacby Hats, 4-?' .

TwufctcflN' iii uU-b building fur tl. Russfian go\- I lcii c.dvd! o'ut t f r acti\i .- !j tbo st' l l
ram'tt. jn UngUrd! Late bvt'ii t IZeI. I II i Newport, diiiinjj. & the ext fill >r svi.tci.ii4 will jc f 4 JibU J'in'ljHi GUI, 2 lioxe-j Lemi>n.., dodo do and Satin Stra'v Bonn t.,, French Leghorn do :-.4 S

TI jlti k' *.-1jditi d.'ou firnl.i a | The Nebraska Bill !| ,1m-1 c rtili.-i.tt-->,atte tt-d, r.s to tb*> tl.nrnet of the arj 4 d.. N.E. White Uum, 1 Cask Clarified Sugar, R-itland Straw Bonnets, English do do

pfLIi! iu the ointiiKUt f't Bioa-l'tarf-i. Wheat his: We bear main < -'npjiiiig; when 1li moa..' j' ti i4l.-! ? f.rnisl-: and tl.c ".t.ati'.n!' ? ''f fle Planter fiomlirnu 4 do Old Family \\ liis2 do Brown tikty / do Florence Braid tlo Eiylish. Straw do j ,. -

(k.difld froiuiloSd: pti lji-1.sL J'lvUi 1 18 to iOJjM. ure i. t.' bo brought f-o -on-i jnatinu ii: C'miitjjit- \\ t <-\ je f'btained. 11nk :i l' fu.i-le.I vii I j 5 P.bU N. O. Syrup. dodo English Straw doMwts Boys Palmetto do 5)" ..;

1i..r .. \\Jth BaUiii i<* l l'i raiJb: clii.. ut 80s Gd t>" t-- ,.ftl.e t \\ inliTlie'eiili.up; m fn tl.e nii ot j piilt, !;] }0! th* I-! ::; Whit". Meiiitm.! tbe Vkk, th-> Pitt an-11 I 4 bbls DC. Winchester 2 Tierce1- Carolina liice, Straw Cord dido do Campeachy do ,

C.im i fcfcifl': luWi-i. O-tton i- qu.'ti d aLt !ia'icrti <> tt' 1'sCtl 1jt, tr. l'iti'L I.1. I. i: al' it fj,. J Little Ir"\vn.! Tl.e Hi:; \4tifC il< xicsm i.r.s tbe most j Whiskey. 20 1>;\<-S Tobacco, Belgrade dodo do Leghorn do .
I Iv
i fn bt iff tIa Mi--i si1 '! tb =t -iuibe! etock. bbls. U'a'i'ilr.tcd and Straw Cord and Satin Straw BoactU.do .
SM n.o 4
fairgiwdf1. C'n-> *'!oti bt t Tj to *7J.ri \ I } } % Cassia Cloves, do Pedal Straw do
iii-iirt'')!! f r ali-i m < l I. p"t !i.' ], 'i' l.i \try j>ii>[; rh -
Lt:* LUOJXH! Ciic--lar <4uocs C *iu>ti )tb1tLcz d. b .: tt t4 l.i.. i1i.t 4 XI'I' '-- !it wi'l' PI pj'ly: eilb r of ilje .ib is if ilo.ir-d. i Crushed! Sneau, Yra't Powders, French Lace Bonnets, Meus Super Moleskin Ilatg, _.. '1 irit.- I

; iLj.L Jluit fl'/U'd JU tli lbt .! >] tdl. 1 !hit lb..)' m.tv. I.,'-.. tli.'tr I (.lHl't ,' .4'iI UTI p. a m.. aa- Pl.n.tr; v.i'bit S, f-.l, ean a'ldrcs-s hint at la.1ini I J 4 fi doz. CItret Wine, Citron, Pepper. Rich Artifi'-ial Spny.; do Golden Beaver do i S4- -
UUf iTJcat i'. xilt.d.CO. It et.iktf t llji.t Curt llou-e, Florida, Jo5t1ELi h,1s.: J Ij-.r 1 Oil, Srm ma and! liaft! a Fig, do do Rose Buds do Silver do dado "p,
j MI { tie uiiiuj
Purther ol tie War by the Asia. j di.ttily nil, r tlu1 l > rii-i 'ii<*\ l it!:!! b: l! l.av IK-CI 21551.; 17 tf I'bVi'lt'.lnaSa'ia'es. do Orange flower Wreath*
Ajril Sperm ai.d Star Caudles do Bloomers
.
__ tii,_, ) f.-rual.y *
T t1.1.'A! lJic j SH t.iutl. ;
: f -ia ; wa isu Jby Heniitti'Tllv >-tr.! -.l L )Ixmi'on Porter. do Inside Buticbea (1 Biidt. du French Lace Flat .
; Lpkr. to Lra flt-a ID Ki.-ge B.iy. & uinc.g lie h..- : up by a kcidi. mij: ,iiu vote: ttri'l. tin tiat. ii\ >- .Jnvt Received, per E. I1emin1oi sUr Ca.s,1J Ldibut A skirted Pkkles, do Gild and Silvered Wreaths, ? Rich Straw Tr-mmingi. ,
r'ji'.I, t:]ft'ii it v ill n-t taurn tfVr ..f DRUGS) aid MEDICINES. bid Oj.ottr:*, Kajrbsb: AValuuta,
f iur'lit; tln-rei.fttT; lliiity lt''r Fjnocbihaving sdnudy Mipilx Ladies1 Glove 4
AFRESH iAlexander's Gents' Glove ?F
2 1 l.s! 1.-m i'.tu'g Brazil Nuts
.. 2Ai-\: *z M i uNralaicd.Vr nip to r.t a IxiM]1' be-ti di liMied rp"ii i1 t. TI Lii.i.-. j>tibrp-: twice :.* OiN, Dye-Sturr eALSO t:
zni i'er0u: tutiubLould tisv oHt-r ututtl>., : ,.ny.t-t i j4 jj-id'rwl ii.'Cif.irf i r tin. jm-jMt r lii"ii 2 d.j 1'Jtiiu' .Market ssi-fl .Shell Almonds, Kid Gloves, Alexander's Kid Gloves, /4
S
.\ ilui'W b( w todi-: | ->f-e of tiicrj. t li'id! t'.K'j r >- of any p-tat (1ucti'.:), Lfvrt the Emiil! .10O P.. H. Pilbcrt", do Silk doEadjeaux dSilk do s 4
Cmirrs Farrril.
Suljitiuff of QuiKinr, r rckl.1: Salmon! Walnut Catip, Kid Gloves, Badjeaur Kid dod r
r.ils itt Kjtt, we ini-t: try to j:.t at tlit&ii. SUC.CPISv.j I H<>ueot Ci'tnnions. .
; D. H. AMES S
: j .smc.keil uiluou 1'nruatto do Silk doBadcniaux S. ''SilkBadiueaox .
.t.rw.IIJa oit the qi(41.e.!. niid jTOfirtoii oc* < f lie bill src c i.'tih'tl. Catsup.IIM "
Lada, P14uKi1| j.ur cuthit-t ui>d the diy is 4iurMJ.." vo (".'!: i il v >tttiii 1i.. t 11w! '.'ui\t'ii siiKiiilM''ijt. vil! : April 22. 1-54. 16P : H.rn.c. Soda, Su.jar, and Butter Kid do : Kid dodo .

A d'-pa.U-h lioui Vii-uta niilnnk, U.at ll.c fiM-clv i !j< voted out of it by a h.r e ii.aj,.itr.: arl t tint a- i y-j lilt( bbls. Northern Crackers, do SilkBeaudiu's do do Silk iS

g.i%rnnii'iit had pi.rthvfcfd: three Kiix ikit Lij;< CO lbSt! Luis and l ned do Silk do do
vJt, lying la the jw'it Peathoa. Silk do
)f war, i\hcL! va<> 'i: b iud.: T .c *ai.o thpe: ]Li l w ill! in 1-ioe ln! -.. t" Li! tl S-iU'Jj a icItUJtldr } \ '. Ki Ohio Ili'ur, Nail-. Candle Wick, Gervais A. CVs. Kid Glove Gervaia & Co'e. Kid Glove*,
tattM tLut the ColiibiliL-d l3eut iUt iu tLi 10 Rbls.! Krt-tiScJ WLu- L-t Hi ive do Silk dLadies' do Silk do
$ V.'cie tu biix-k- i in d'nji ni iieu? i'ie: tlmrirb w< l. .%I. im iiji-a
t J- 0J1sa. tJ'i: jir.? <.*'iftin;" ;; hi h l/c nf ;i.at t.nnbir.:! 'It 1 .. iii key. CLildrer.' SIinc Super Silk Mitts, ( Gent's Super Lined Berlin Glove*, '
A ietir from O>?.a, dated the i'Cth tIt, taW t ai! p i.t thfct \\ aji.'t M.W. On it.> .> itlur lui-! tlj. 4 C.lI J;* li-.rn'i Side?, A small lot of Dry- Goodr. MieSfs'* do do do ( do do Lisle Thread Glove*, .
liht that d tlu'i' .1.' tI.' 1as! Ii'ji do do Gloves, half flapcred, > do Norway Gauntlets, ,--l1, I.j
<>u \vanot a flUfvar in il-r rv'i'li| n f il.e C. :\t.n :nn. !lir.o-.t! vi-l -. < '.r..h ii> *
>rt cf S ..lw4tpol.. Tliis flatuinn; Luc'.tr, dvtr -.h!1 ] (' ;. :i.U's.. vbif-h it w
it : t all rrthwj'le'vi'l.' t'A > +.tt'tut.t: : ji t.i:; .;. A* Ur iivi*- -in: p-'nvvp: the ''JK--1>*. | :y;. i in tI.. City, f.rtl.eCa.-h.; da. Lonz d' d.> do t do Beaver do
1 lIJ tl isv Lord &i.&rtii.u. M-S. I Ilui.tau I' Culln'r }.a\o f ti'1 \-i M-OI te a -i-t. l t ,'.wr Sotitb .'f tie-s! >"rp "f (>. A J. JI gianNs ; Iy n; Super Silk Gloves, half fingered, do Super Antwerp Glove,

t le:;r.4phic ciJ-p..tcL fioai'Lc co:4iit:,. -4 u eni v'- iL. ma. whL. "u i t l i.-, :al-o -s'ij-.i.'ii'i : tl..' *: r? { >. S. Kuizi.t. I Ladus' 'orwav 0 it unlit ts. do Cotton 'do

Jt-Lcllieucc of tin liussiau! Lii\Lir; evacuated A t :.j-tn-l u.'t'i. in jUn-te. Ti..ir r-rt- }.:.\ -i Will 11't! > I lint At."n: any property deeired tol is e T.-rether! with a great variety ofLer artieles scb a Embroidered HandkercMe Fun, Corded Bor

UUTV ': .- I... i tl.c i ..Tt ot art .rdnc !i.e < r : pc- ...l.!. tn e 1-1! t.n.: otht.r i'i t.'wr. 'r e.utr.-- an! llcrnstiteiuod 11rndkcrehicfc, I'ain Tape BorJ.red Hanrlkerehief Gentic and Boja Silk, Linen and Cot. --m

tmn cf the iiew propovstmn tnaJe Lv iho Lai- n i >itb i7i tr u'iii"i -'it.': t i .uiti-l.
}Iror if 1 Uaia-already i&nuuutac.il ini rolu iii ? j U. m iic.>. p'.i V t.' ''. :: lh.) ir -. i te in fn .t ..f :'.,< t I. .1 JtN) il HIIODFAuftmnifT $ an-I I IJIoavliet' Linen Hoe. Gents Brown and Bleached Lii1Ta1flT Lsdies and G.nts Underreats La. -, ,

are cuiifirtwd, and it !i'i abided lJuit tl.v Kmpci'.r: d<>. to til- :r c jr.-ti'Gvi.t*-.-.-s. iilk-m< u wlKi dieadcd i" \
*>1. reliiauelf ready, to allow the ticliiSK to bo sc-tlK-fl lit| i: r it < u tl.f toiind; iI.tl pr-\i t.-1v ..tt .p..ril <-r Aptil 1C, 1,1. 1.1j I oi e\ery vuri-ty aud Style, Bonnet, Cap, Stin and Lutestrii,; Jibb'ni. in every Cofer, fls1uingTaJTe oitv- '

by inoauR of ueg4/ustion; in a cougiLM, vhi--L tuhjLl t 1.1.. ui.i.t.iniity nf thic 5..uth, in tht' 1i..u.e, iu itj Ja j P S Pelr'1* I crycri.ti' { n" Iiii.Futhcr! ClJrrse and Palm Leaf Fans. Ladies arid Misses Parasols, Lace and r

i'. in-Uu--c. he ht-ld at lJ"rlin.] I I IA vui.- WttJnirit:
pr.j. ii-Lti .. IjoJj.itu Tututing the eoti.iugent I lt-1'.l:; l I. : (il1e; tli" atft :-i. n nf f bi' 'i'- I I Ito we offer at very reduced prices. Cull and cxaninc for j ourselves.I -a -
y A ire nccured at Amciii-ui', Ga. the 1
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the chii
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t<";ii- :-.M public cxtcu vi 5-
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Le iiuuUr of 00 MJ im-u. The JlouiU ur dcuits lh"tru'.h I I A{ rill 1,1,54. 13 tn TH03. H. CRICHLOW BROTHERS. .. .
of tln rtjHirt tLut the g<>\u nmctit laub. uttoj: Ly rrlj.cL TirnK'rty to the amount of ?12WU was dejfctr' NEW AND VALUABLE I j :;urttLt-nt '..1SPRINS e.

T&.he an Jiti.mtl f>j ce of i OpflJ> men. j \elij I Thjro** pnp*< rf Klre on f},*. f.w. rf th- ; t.i.r now ; AND SUMMER GOODS, Fire and Marine Insurance. I In the State of ALABAMA

Hie |K>t-ewonB of the l7qtes arc lobe declined j _ -_ _ rpijj'1* upf'in* tri fh.. At.i-ivai ** ;.ti 'ltc Tti..* ti.-p' which be l.as ju-.t ric.-i\til by all the recnit arrivals.j rpUE: Savannah Mutual Insurance Company, liav I Situated in the district of lands subject to sale at 5 S -
t,1. titt i-rtiiii1 h.-a.1. lf I'
'brmie!! i Off pr Ink Ifj'O 11M1'lilt-CMltC* J. Sparta. ,
< wln-ii roi.ip4rtl <* Hut 4'"f o ir \nr-cit. KJ?'J 1 ai-1 i ii % : f..r ii, the I iu_' estabh-liKl aa merry iu this City, will I -I-
til I.la'ii t.i con!eot tinhit; Mrangeniciii va theuv 1 E. ITa ..f S'-arVt F .-\ i, April 2i4. Eliit: ttla. : :.r't II.I i: ITOlfl. *1... r".r '..-. *n t''n: t 'a1z.rt-f.f. be I.ill.t-lfl.ut to lA 1rje.ujj t tk1 Yiie and Marine ri.kst} the mi>et favorable yorlh uf the bos' line and East of the principal meridijn.
r.f lii ru* j j tlie same teriubyuny i l.-.a-c in tbi city. I u-rnn. Applv to THO. J. PERKINS, Ageut.Apul southern lurvty.Townships r. .' .
to cr* -i T iiiiry j nd JrfTt'1-: n ft. .
boen reiuforecd, and Irong girh patiol the :. ei) iO' \ :irr ; Apul V, Cl.nl; s Carr''.fl. :tz..d! fji :! rf "*t Ojr .\irririfi MtuC" f* 'rii tti Twin-.| t d I Mtuiiij-M-j f- Am stig tlic r.bn\e, i.ay be found it cry rare and __ l.r, fer.4. IS 6m I 1 and 2 uf nnge 7.
tVrtS. i v. :tr. ; Aptil 1 0. Alex.-ii.-l.T: Mor in. jijred 2vinr*. I.e to Ui4 Jfir-JIv! inniirit iti an I t-ini.t..* .tahti. r.-I I* i.%* e'ioict Bii ci"ii otj Townships 1. 2 and 3 of 8.
Jt i i. now liowl flat th rrucnatowar it : avJR, b-rt \\ Iki-iaj.'i-l :.MarH.; All'J.iltJ'iui ii.f ti a liiiit.w. r rri I *n i nr h**.*!:h ni.4 j l.1 i'ulc. It) A. AVILSOX ranjje
' .'1n* au nllUneV -slin Powti-:, 4.-.rgo A. nnd Mary O. TuLuUt_ : rtntrly of Itiib-) ,f 1..1.\ Mid 1..ly.l Lie i-th aiil lUw IHW.tIL j Ladies Fine Dress Goods Townships I, 2. S, 4 and 5 of ranges 9, 10. ii and 121. gtI

through this tendency 'wilt n-t ln itiitnc diHtMy mat.i- ll '.ilid CuUbtV. Ja. I 1) .1 0 H N IJ I' I.l.'S 1 conistins" i-i part ofW WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST, 1 owehips 4 and 5 of range I 3. i

f Bt ?\ ti ruj de i1k.: Ptrn? If' Is.. SoHd Col'J In the district of land* sulject to sale at Cahaxba.y ,.
I NEWPORT FLA.
ture Wk(> Hu&Ma, an c\cut vVicli dev tl. y OuCniiicHtnor cw York -! fi t1ii fJillMJJiSjlii. 4 i B! !. Siik, nn.l Furure! rtfi of the b ii.Mninent The xAanuti| >mpin lithe M.u-; I Fancy Si'.k. R-,* .---White French HAS jost rccfiv il a very large; and! fresh stock of I aoziwrn .*. .wtt.SSIriJitii ,
i.ter at war to the coinmitou On tl* loan will n.,t JK: "i-w YwtK Apiil21.loj I I .-.. T: ,1.- ('rte du- 1'ari Workpd.1hragItW Frtncb audtlu ksh Drngs, Me IicnifN lurvey.
ii> ir-r. .1 ; 'in
:/-r f- .iii-- of
fudu.ied iu the ciiiunuuiration about to be zudc J" *..4'W York on 1'iiday. C'.tlrti -- -iir-i.T rli ClifiiiicaJ I'eifttiucry. I>) c- Township 6 range 10.
T.H firm, annd. I If t' il t n- '!* l't a< <\x r H- < t i.uu mm* I Ittt in'J F.-rte; ).- e.svh .
tb Sii.J C6niber. | vanei'd] 4c.pr lh. Th.. K:t'.i. <'f.t. r-.4'.I.! 1 'ft.' IM-: ,t. .. .... ... II II- It. .. -.. rzs. I i A U : *" I'l.tIr-I (1lahlie5, Mull Iaitit, and Faury Ailiclc Townships C, 7 and 8 of range 11 '
Tl e Turks were hot driven bark on the SCd. 1 lusltatade (. .;ff! x\a Ia' ii.. at.l 1''ii IMJJV '.!Lai.l' ; I.UJI.'M' 1 11 h 'o. I Ii't. i" i w i. f. .t> 'tir |>i .ITtrrlT ti>IM. Ta,. F.rown. Call-.y{ ]1t.ru.te's, Mv stock brtn; HeT:ctc-d by myself will i.e war Townships 6, 7. 8. 9. lf> and 22! of range ?2.

a frM.tn4.s ictn.grade iuo'nnvnt. At TulJBljt J ( f-r l 1Au. and Ve. pr llj for St Down--.!. Ui: ,' $ I j. .. n.,. u- .... 'ti ;.ti I?t.t -I.. J rc. I 1 I>rib) See; % (;re.'t>. i'rintt-'I l 1 l.tctn- rat.tvd areprtsiuted.. Pl.vsiciausciin rely ;xi gutting Townships C, 7, 8, 9. lo. Ii, 21 and -_2 of range IS 1

the JtussiniiB l.t alxne l'jtn ytcu. Two battj.1iwu firui. and -.Miu. IHJU ...4 ..-i, J .t.t. .. :,. f,,, I.-.ft. < f Pink Upuu I'.hn'k and 'hi..ni..f dir.-rcnt: s'.ylo their tirdc ainl prt-tTijitloLS put up tilth rare of Townships 6, ,8, 9,10,11.12,20,21 and 22 of rangoTownhip :!1 \

w'e cut Ui piewsntlx I' : pr llrft !Ii',. I l.-vi: w-n itLr.! MIf. -! I ,.tHkI I. \ar ttt.-i nf.1:. i -t.ij 1 t..t||.,, ) Till t) lust, th Ca idinu Ptoatn Tfa\ijati"nrVtnpan6 ..r Mute, jiud. h > S1 i J f.>r v ur>. iii.i-M i T>':< >ni:.. rn! t"ii.L '! !- t-u H.. il x 1.1:1.ful.tt.atI ni n.. hriil.r'-i'i'.ii'uu- : M .w I'.iin n< -> I.-O n /M f-ill :i5* "ilnieit I i-of be fjiijiiht-d xxl.en onkred by phyblcuns cr otLer 7.8,9.10,11, 1. 13, II, 19, 20, 21 and 01f -

iteam-'bip Oitaw a. Captain Atliiw, an \iv tdij fni.ii 1 pun-banrs at from bj i per 1 hI.1Li.z t l.i t M". Kfl 1'dlll.: .; < J--i" .iff. Sill K.: II I'lldlm .,f plilKinc L-fes an>l F.-u1.r'.lh.-ri4) lints n.1 1 Clp.It. *. Havii. ma.le'urran; rrifiits xxith thi- beat Drug 22 of range 15. I Vji >I IIf
thf ilervey. fioio PortUui, Maine( afti-i a t.iulJsvsieeof | ] w.iftri.i w nb an i upward l etid.m,< v. nt..l! ti! ,. wil..- ...ii- t& S.-i.t I'ani; r ,'..... I Is.ItPII. 'I nf u.. $tT4t .-- .1 vts4n .,:irifts anil Trimming, Rx-t and St.'i hitiusi-s in :New York fur select articltu! I feel co luesit.ti.n Townships 9,10.11,12. IS, I J, 1C. 16,17,18,19,20. "
A !j.t. rt intl t.p : -.t.Ift i-I 1 ,
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]lutle ov I 12 She lefl lrlUudatt40l < 1 S3inM t I liutln at 2j fur ( ; ,*, '. |js t r.ibiw in the 21 and 22 of range 16. I
.,
r M\b. 1 j'i [ r..m vi8 kbl U4'f. | > tui-<- I IM Alu-ll' .tt. ...&It rai-t U ki.J Para1"I -I* a'i 1 1 iIi.S, Wi mil and Wili w Wnrc, warranting same.
; M, on the 5U) iJu" *tjjfti and Jv: , cii..m.gt.d l.airib at trtiui I si bi.t'i .r.ut.t,j _ti-k. ,. ti 1 1M.. H'.-e. tc, Inr'inar and Cutlery, Aha sp} 'ndiil a.4H>rtir.eut of SCHOOL and! MISCELLANEOUS Tow hip* 10. II, 12. IS: 14, 13, IS, 17.; 13/19, 20, : .

lleL<> JonGIt,be of the 7th in4. add* to ll.c in- a bOc. per Lu.-'nrl. l ... 4 tI t..i.: t..tI.;ii l.r.t. lit' I,. i.t.t ht I IiI tti l..Ii r.sp.tr.tJt1 I.. 41.CIt1 I/i HI-* ';aIf'rt-. II liw! Ware nnd Inn, LOOKS, PAPER aud FANCY AR- and 21 of rang* 17.

fornmtn'n u1 f tlic st-irure cf two wrew R'eatn fn AttB, -J- -- It ,A ) tt 1.1-4 l.&. l4vr b. gtrti., hat' hii, ).f I..tt Tie :.il! I Ii-knc .., ., (;iroi-triw, itc tie., dc. TICLES.Z3f I Townships 11. 12. 13. 1-1, 15, 1C, 17, IS and 19 of ri
built order of the Itu ..i Consul k bISitr I iri i. un 1 i! rh'1-ta.-r..r: 'Imr lultu. Indies anul l otl.ers fond of of iSODA 18.
by < ;..'.L-4! a good plivs range
rrr'.i.iu. ,1 .,
t.f fuithi-r soiruref. lm\in? tx-en made in nii<-i\al, U fT Yonx. Aj.ril 22. kli I M.thai It | llJ lit I ii.I., ,r .44 flh-r4, P'| iihln.M m | .ftn :T.B!it, And all other urticli-s roqtirisl l by the c-ir.try or wi.I fin-i 1 at the bit Store, as >ou as the good Township* 14. 15, 16 and 17 of range 19.
>IV c.niijj.rit11e! of maniiLni in j.l i ilor I.i.ii.- ..r. 1'Jit. /rcctsvf* his supplv cf the cold stutL Township 17 of 20.
quantity ry, < Tb.Ci.tti.u. ii.ti dt.I .ti ttir, III ,h ir ;i tow !t r-i i .'"tIn line our t -'ki oni'.ti rather in lMilitsiitul l-'*' range 5

tbe ItUM-iau teiv i +-, compnhii.y a lurjje jtoiihiti <'f|-f u.r, aim upwanl tnnilct titd.Yii.V.tf.-lay,The featuid.iy.niarkit tl.bbovs..j f.im'f an ttl't.fl..i) V.*s.%.I l.li.-i.i.i..g, to kU i.1L It.i..r I..r.lt..T'. .%;sr.tU.tb.-'L r t .... .t, it-alitifs, than ia pulE* auJ outlaid si- April 13. !>MJ._ 15 In the district of land subject to sale at TutcaloitiXoith
thc ciHcbiuerr iatetsJti! for; the cui'n'nt
i-Hlj* fujul i-.l IMI ,. .
: adtaii'1, nf f l'i-ofn' J.rou 1 .f1 il il It p..wrfut! *,. 1 ni \ III 4'l.'ilj i. of the bate line anslFl'aalcf principal meridian .
ci-ut the
uw und"er e.Ipturc. and en iiK-t le I bl f >r ex over rch.ijfui.u.tioimC r.-t.il l--r kt xl.-rn.I .. ,. IUp.-t.. p%. Jtt rec.-ivcla pm-ill; lot of th Berber Tobacco, FASHIONABLE SPRING a SUMMER southern
at t!. eh..e oI Int vp k. c ku 1 |..r in, survey.
ITIJ.I. rIi l alU-i-iioux
wtAtiun to Ris ui jort-", in which t-hijn 4.f.far :t j 1; H 4 .:ri.ini cur- tf.-r the trade and! eh.ltrt's,
t ct
I which > t CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES.
Jt II |H p-rt.-.mv iMrnilr., ,, ,, we :
Tin; n.leb in flour uerJOO 1W the maik'-t aJlJ tl.iaj.al.V: f r.iu ln Townships 23 and 24 of II and I!.
n w |rt Iniilt. The total value mlii.g ,. ranges
f tlie '
mjf Jast Kuureit i tLi. -* njom .T., : lit t.e ju,,,, .11.it a-i f Aprihl5.l J > t. 15 1>. C. VIION.
citix.* .j l at about K'O.U"0.) The tngimi.rt. by firm, vitb an njiwuid u-n-lnicv. >alec at t7 .r O. fm Ur w.i.k..i t $ ta .s or JAM now receiving an extensive sortment of Townships 23 and 24 of ranges 12 and 14. rHfcIi

h'itn A r contract were entered into haehowu Stale limud' <, and ?8 C7J fr Olii.. ; ]1OUO) bblSoitthw II l" '"'irilj UMto| folio thr oil .,..l uru-ou'' Look out for the Engine. <, Cas-imeres Vesting*. Drap d'Ete, White,S Township 23 of range 15. f.1
'in' M S f; ; to t 8 67J. Wh.t i- tiiJle I )i"ruj El't| ie p.n.'ir tJi''att..i* t.r rrtxiI Brown ansi Fanc-x Linens White and Figured Mar3fillc -
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di-j witHJU to tvaId or deny their ie .jM miljiliieii.Th I .. iy I I.l Ii "11I K: subscriber haf>r sale H fine ENGINE, cti- South of the base lint and Vest of I3s principalmeridian
S.4114 L, Of :;..m'j' bilbItcic are rt.trt.1.! ttuit.t.r; t.I.jiii a but tet.-tIv- IiV. i"u\ !<, itl!! <>f iciiu 1 *ni preuired[ to make up on short northern
r-o tu ,
Paris of-the Ix try it. uii I l.u )b'Hi tit.-tIwr svithe survey.
udou utitt >
correspondent > Tine tidY-live e
ii1 r p-.w&-r
\ at *2 50.t Corn is etiJir, \\ith hales >f Jii.Oo-J liibfl (tJU&tI ,u Oil tLtU kILI uf I.I1I > ( nt.tice, in the nivst faslu--liable stvles, and ou reasona '
en Thnrwlay evvrung, the 6Vh instant: at b2 tn 85 cents. CoITce-400 bg Rio bdduy I OOtv iIitffIc rl iin4 f..r it. d.ii.1g aJ .tt.t 'I one GANG OF SAWS, ami. one of IVeV be-t Circnl bietcruis.ALSO Townships 16, IR, 17,18,19, 20, 21 and 22 of range 4' '
0CHAULESTON A. wJU..* I4 tU tl.p Si'a-'. Sbafut: ; PulUjs. ir, Ac.. for Gii-t Mill one.Townships.
D *patche$ were re< i!ej U -dy at the I 11 n or Uoiu ir ?
.t
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Turkish tliew
embaaty from Vienna, [f.tr their uc-ursev 1 d<. tiot j you ouU ar tint ll.e p.kkut Lv! Urire t..111p41.1j1J.tUtlu uurar. itul, JI.K.O ur M kov l.i.t t a.11 I am."t any other! khid'of 3l .-hiin-ry. Ad iie s A LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK- OF 13, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 and 22 of range

out.KI;] cunnrmiugihnt *-as aH \ UlKll Uje hint Taliahaio'ee.' T. K CHAlKI READY-MADE CLOTHING, two.Townhips. fvfIr "

Ui defeat of the llisaeiau (}cn. UsdjloU-tcrday and tie ub-Kit retreat COTTON MAIIKET.CnAUUxio.v I. nuu/s KIXO OK PAIN.! : fTlic irlauna Whig and AlUmy (Ga,) 1'iv'notvill Consisting in part of Ciwhniurette Fnx.k and Sack 15, IB, 1-;, 18, 19, 20, 21 and 22 of rango
of )hi* iu J'chfaiuUa. 2 L JVouM ou 1 please uutii ordered out, and scud bJJs thlrTownship*-. S.
ctrpK April > rur.-a !in.L uamedi*:-Ij. of flnwel copy Coats, iVuey i-Vlored Frock and Sack Coats, TweedS I
It is al :< 6tat >d that the fortB faid to have lw-4-n"ipturrd The i-ales if the day f.H-t up JOO b..k-s nt 7J to i'fif 1' (oiuiukiiii*. trtull.it.<. l.c.iiUrv.llr isd>aulul.Ail..r IIutpaIstt. i..r| M.>rbu fA, adrertitcr.Apiil jck Drap tl Ete Frock, Sack and Business Coats,, 15, 16. 17. 18, 19, 20, 21 and 22 of rang
r.-li four.
arc etill in the )liand-4 of tW TurVo. that ( ce.uUxtreliuK-tlio marketlier i > nisettl hti1.j or p4u, Uie Toi.t.h in riuipw liTI.I the tIre.r fttllrr 15. 1SS1. ir Ahmcca Suck and Dnmes Coats, White, Brown and

Tuiklm\e ciossod the Danube nt a j >itit bituen I lm --_ f KTlll: : HEAT KIViOKPAIV; Ct.Tttlu.. : Blank Books, Paper Stationery, Fuiu'V Liiu-n C.'at*. Black Drup d'Kte anJ Summer In the district of land subject to sale at HunttuSle. 1-i.

NioiiN} >li8 and Iiu tehutk; that fl.fi''O i Turks nu.r Would >nu hare Ciuobi'murc P-nts. White and Fancy Li.itn Pants, South of the bate lint and Wt ef the principal jft

their w*y to Trajan's Wkl! or Itoaiooa, and 25,<'i',, (o MARRIED 'aI.I.i, Hru.r, or &jour 4IJMVOICALKIXGOIf othvr e..re., fcwr.aij, Cuts w., flunp, COPYING PRESSES, PRINTING, &c. White and Fuiicy Marseilles Ve-t. Fancy aud Plain meridian, northern tuivey. .

Turks for the came direction tu Schuoila. Kj*>rt are aWi rite ab>ut adranta near KaLtfat, but all 1 1tLee l T. Harrison, M. 1) pApY PtIN.Wouldjou Gloves. Hosiery, ic. JOUN PRA'iORiUS.
l: ('ITV. ,
l.q to y-M SAHAH Cil; WII.MAM ST., NKW: YORK Townships 7, 8, 9,10,11.12,13 and 14 of range 2..
. hire to l be coufinnedoifici.dly. Fli ANGUS, diugbu-r tbe I4e'T. bej cured of .HcnlJ heal. g.llT JoT1| Sr. ill consult their interest by examining April 8,1 S54._ _14 Townships 1,2,3.4.5.0.7.8, 9,10,11,12 IS and
The Paris Patrie that the I P j.nd Augeliua, Thru, >cural>p4. Sum H.-emit, Luiub tu, TSUCr IUii w : ,
stales account of n.1T&uUge or BUYERS
on ; Ciiairts, nil cf Leon Cutitity, HoriJu.M M t.riii, a&il llii.'Uiu, liiUw ot I'uiiuuuu* lu.- cte, CippJ Pt Kk: which we offer at the LOWL31POSSIHLF. 14 of ranges :3.4. and 5.
having been gained by the Turks on tbi itaud.;. uij nil_ .Other horm. nth-r dry or ruuinu'* 5 t PRICKS. [Xo. 505.] Townships 2, 3. 4. 5,6 and 7 of range 6.
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Lower Danube appeared to l be confirmed. It is say &g.ia stid .j0) ruts; n-jiKDf I J4 fjr J0jju JJUH made
Boots :topitt
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ACCOUNT ROOK FACTORY. Notice of Withdrawal. In tin PL-tnct lands
subject toasle\ *!L
tive that the Oi-ucral in Chief of the HuRkian KINO Mantgemtry
OKl'AIX"
tter the passage of lii* tro.1is iut( the Dobrud&chAa armj i flaltciing C\; b.iI1'TION d beaMIt fvi-ry l. ,dy Knows i&a \VouU you IMS cured of KinKil.; : C nr-r, Tumoniujiliom : .ni. piiced AU> n and large printed stock head on ,Inn in every!L amiable stvlc remured. for pursunni-c of tie crili-r of the Picatdent of the SIN JVorth of the bast line and eait of thf principal meridian

hit jn UUou no eritical that be inutiediutchreiuforcc'ineuti ; commeii.'eb and pn-cieusc, MI or muy UIM-H*; t.t the rkin rU.etl by luii.urejol J nitml StaU.'a, beariiy: date th r Ibth iu-tuut, issuedi'ii I southern svrvry.
4'auide1 from BesarabLi Odessa | iiuiJuoiuly, that U-forc niif: is awareif it, tli'- lun _s tlin'i u-wt lit J.iUu Hull'* SArwtiuriliiu; ( ru>ilv flANKS. INSURANCE and! other Companies.liKCIIAN'TS thu th represrt'iitatiiiia and at the rt-tiuost of the Senat Townships 21 and 22 of ran e 16. -
alib i and the King of Pmu vxternuliy, aN. in large qiuntitics fur
unj u m.u-b if tilcri f, then a sudden ui-.tin c u b. iuor; I .Courts. Ac.: >
exK> o" from the} 20 and .
i' Fure <'baii"f, certato ttiau a .preIy and SecCUKl cur. and SOUTH TRADE. ..r' uii-1 pnit uf the delegation iu OngreM t Townships Ip. 21 of range 17.
Atbd prcate letter from 1 from heat to cold, produces an iiyl.itimtiun, and,j iif' a Korrni. WEST Note an.IIxl"rr iirte of ALiUinia, the luuds within the lolloxving desCiiUU Townshipa 17. 18. 19 and 20 of range 18.
the Mzb Constantinople: few days or % t-ekt it IA said, he or she died of 2> R. JOHN BULL'S WRITING PAPERS. Cap. LetUr situated in the StUc of Alabama Townships 17,18 and 19 of ,
u French mAnlM hasty \vnchijis, ranges 19 and 20.
w entered] the IJL ick ruIscipALoarIcE from tin best Mills in the U.S. MK : Ii S S
Boa CONSUMPTiON. Fir all. tnmbled ,
on the mo (4 tIe 2fllb, B( erb& j jM hi the dim-tetioc i would with cmij-h or Tina CKOM STKICT, One hoot BELOW Mm KlifN PAbERSTISSUEDRAWING Papers i WRITLNW,, anJ Florida. al ,ng the routes of the proposed Railroad Also, on the route of the proposed branch railroad '
of rrfiT _
Vitts 1uur complaint we to the advcitikcment Alubama. _
( Florida to
The from Peusacohi, Montgomery, from
Ciarleiriagrje the Albany,Georgia,to Montgomery, by order of UM
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Ten1&win3 at Beico only a hip' on the ouUide of this (.fJUdaOU'm Cheinie LOUJiVlLUS, KY. COLOKED.Ae. mentioned via Wetuuipka. .
It JWIJKT Kx-: awl from the last place, ""
President
'u date the 21st ultimo
rep.tJ that the and Goods a m st; bearing ?
th '*" S1'ATION ER Y. Fancy Staple
lire wu comboe4; 'it a tract of"Cherry and Lungwort, which n> said to !is> a IORBALEDTPr.UCaiST3tllERCUANT8T.iliOUm- Elytou, Decatur ami Atbeii to the Tenues- S
flhlVrI.t of Omnr Pacha.' extensive iutl complete assortment. Euvdojics, Cards : J\"orth of the baft line and East i ftktprincipal meridian ..
Mugapha PaCILa WU itdTancn certain cure for-tliis awful disciwc. AhoVzoig Turx I- OUT TUK UN ITU* i>T ATKS. hoe line \iitl be wilbbeld from sale or entry, except

liZheS ID the direction of Trajs; Lii' truopa. iii th et* iUe Balm the great remedy for bll diseabca of the D. IL AMES, Agent, Tallahassee. Inks.DIARIES OoW Pens FOR wid 1854.Pencils,Time Steel awl Pens Work Ac. Books, for valid pre-emption claim, until farther orders, to- 11 of foHtf.era 85. mrMy. _. '
between Batcbik Township range
'Were ku(1 hair. 29 wit
April 1854. 17 :
Several arrests Lave the th. m Tariff of the U. S., Interest Advance Dwcouut, txahauire Townships 10,11 tud 12 of fang* 26. ". *
tulcu
pL.ce pinna'un Room lathe State of F >anu.
laong The others negotiation the supposed U-twccti assuwb of at the duke. a"i i Valuable Testimony In Faror of an Ii aI Cheap Goodi. Job Printing, and other of useful Cheap books Crds..BUl for the Counting Head- Labels In the district of Jaod subject to sale at .TaUaAwee' Townships Townships 9 9,, 10.10, 11.12 1 1 and and 12 of M range of range 27. 28. I

Austria auj pruilB; rei I TIlE Subscribers Law Cases, Points, Ac. South the base Hat and West of the r
hot yet closed. Lut rruwi. Lu valuable Medicine. contpmplaetIi Check. Joods of principal Township 8, 9.10.11. IS and.IS of range 29. _
jucd $a aou coT I such a new arrangem 'igned Monday at W Uuccn j j t We lore to record the U tiu>ony of medical. ffaMmfmimtn- bnsioess Bills Dio.cut, C rd., range SO. _
Fituee and n as makes it necessary to SU' ka, Certificates, Exchange, Townships 1 and 2 of ranges 28, 29, SO and 81., Townships 14 and 16 of range si Jt.
Aiiatt *. i ineii in favor f Dr. MLane' mcdi"incs; it is fratifyJ !: dip-e of their present Block of Goods. This. StoeknuiKiif and Env J p eiuboMcd b the beet .tyle.. Township I of range 32. Given under my'band at the General T>
Sraxc.-FotiytLouiand artisans filled lie streets f II\K. because thC Vermuug god Liver pills of that d]fe- LI of a good| Kttj.plv of Watches of : tar The Trade, Country MerehanU and Dealers the city of Washington tbia irriat 1
1n every dwrip-' the base line and West SOth
of tin dar
e1oij oolLe Mi-IA of *
JStb tin ui-lied intended for prici I IS <
Iliey/wcr %unnmi.Hl ; physician were not SP'CULIthbut m, tion. Jewelry Fa'icy ftood. Cutler. Onus, Plated supplied at low prices, in quaniilie* ta suit Buyers. Meriiilian. *rToxvuibipt -

tund t4U iuniojj to Jimipere they rcfud. Tbi-y ti Fu.ii Mere introduced into bis practice with the design Ware, and numertfti other articles, which) they pledge' -TT Orders bv Mail executed with promptness. 6 and B of 2'!. 1854By order of the Prenldent. 5
th.fr *!* "* ti C rmtubnrb. in i order of eoVcting good, aud they bocflDW edebinted through: themoelves to sell to' cash cnotoniera, at greatly'; RICa & LOUTaEI 61 Willium st, X. Y, range JOBS vrL9ok
te their cosartdci tutd-Jc their, merit Th not therefore : b i1frS. 'IVwMhip-'l, 4;6 and 6 cf range* 28, 29, SO, 21 "
tic walk Itc atos grt8 y we to duced; prioei. TOWLE 4 MYERS. r Jii.porLMg utd 4NsftzdirM 1pt4il5,1rn t -Lw '.
placed iu the simt c.U ory witb ft -A ::111 Aptiillf',1$54. 16 April 8, 1651. 15 z .

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_.' I! ATTENTION LADIES. SEWING MACHINES
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I Spring and Summer D. ii::. Azn.es: .
rp JUDSON'S MESSRS BETTOX
1': CHEMICAL EXTRACT 0V C1ctaiiig.Now .. TAIXAHASEE FLORIDA, \ attention to the elegant assortment ol ICTIOI XEWHG .

I ,'.. receiving, at the well known stand of A. B. Q/J Whole!. and Retail D alr In dJ Goods, rtctirtd per Wacista," and adapted to your have !1Sf C1rIJD-

. "t.. a fine assortment of a DRUGS AND MEDICINES. JS sole use. Sf WHICH, en aeepred, !H mil part an nncqnaled of the

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,ti'. or ConjjIiR.od HEADY-HADE CLOTIIIXG, Edgings and Insertings. ery variety cf Sewini are now offered At "".
fit Cum
, -.. For tinComplcti' Rroucliills suitable for Spring and Summer wear, coroprLsiug in I, TEaroiraT, Dyestuffs, Surgical InFolremenb, cash price of ONE HUNDREDclear DOLLARs.
r. 1. <: Iiifliienzn. A ll na. Window Glass Paints d Ins'ngs. Maltese Edgings
Mt J. Spices Snuff, Ed'njs from the
, 1J ul mill nil part the fallowing articles: SWISS profit use of these 'I\t
'r of Blo Y alencineSniyrria" lDael.m.'
Spiiiiusr
: .f. \ Complaints tending to Brown and White Navy Drill Frock A Sack Coats, Oils, Varnishes, Potty Manufactured Tobacco, Real f 500 to J1000 a year depending on tLt ki.cI "
othrr l.uiifr
: ?( : .: Knnoy and White Linen Drill do Jo do and Gloss Ware, Patent Medicines, done. ..
CouS'UIflPtOI. Clouded anti WLite Frock and Sack Coats, Fine Soap, Fine Tooth, Pure Wines and Brandies Saxony Smyrna Flouacinf We with te call the attention of

:I i\ CHERRY AND LUNGWORT* Striped and 1'inin GIU ham Sack Coots.Bl'k aud Hnir Biwhcs, for Medicinal purposes Blonde M '4White ticolarly to our newly fnvspted and aano errtirtJ _

and Col'd d'Eta Sack k Conl I. Paint Brushes Fancy Articles,
1't: THE cvac er Drap auAFn ,
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: preparation is getting: into use all over our do do Summer Cloth do do Garden Seeds, Fine Havana Segars.He Goods. Mackiie to Sew with a SIIrJe Tli2i

:?t Cog$, Colds, noarsncsSf Spitting THIS )'. The numerous letters we receive; from White and CMM Drill Pants, has recently received per brigs Aka Sawyer and TACONET Cambrics, Swiss Muslins ThIs instrument ia K admirable J0 tlDllbi l

t d "'r or BINd, K tgbt Sweats, Asthaa, our various agents iufonnws: as of cures ciTt-cted: in Fancy Marseilles Pants Montauk, a Loge and Pretk aupp/gofevery variety .1 Check Book" so perfect in its operation and multtha*& T8e1 .
their immediate neighborhoods, warrant us in saying Faucy Caosimere do for Summer wear, : of arGcles usually kept by druggists. Planters and Striped M Nainsook the unqualified apj.roval all who fcvzIS**?"*
,*jt1 Lifer CoBpUlnts, and it is one of the Iwst if not the very best Cough Medicine Bl'k Drap d'Eta do do do Physicians will always find at this establishment a full Figci
q CONSUMPTIONEATH i now before the public. It almost invariably re- I F ucy and White: Marseilles Vests, supply: of every thing needed and on the most liberal Linen M Bishop's Lawn. is the only machine that can mat' ?!ati **

lie v IALi ,. can be nnd 1 lias been prevented iu thai- ses. When all other cough preparations have failed. -AJ.80- Order from tbe Country promptly filled and satisfaction Mourning Goods. work and every tort of leather Sewing_r OI-

I ; r 1) *andsof caws by this flalrrt'11'71 rrtned- : this ban relieved I ho patients, as Druggists, dealers in A general assormeul of Shirts. Collars. Olov\ Cravats i guaranteed with regard both to prices and all wool de Black Satin king-Mattrasses and all Sewing in wh h GIII 4I

Li 1 :J..:I: UDSON'S CHEMICAL EXTRACT OF CHERRY Medicines and Physicians can testify. Ask lilt Agent Hofiiery Drawer, Underbills' and vanous other '!I'alitv. Physicians' prescriptions carefully com- BLTv Bumbazfnes Lames Hair I STRENGTH OF SEAM IS REQUIRED, .1 j

rt\\ AND LUNfl WORTH.-Tliis medicine unlike me I Ir. in your nearest town what has been his experience oi articles too numerous to mention. pounJeLAl Fi-MHilks Crape" of this machine cannot be equalled. It u a,' .I
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Iff tb is the result of tin the effects of this medicine. If he baa been selling it Cas-imeres \ "tnrwbieb EPPIXO'S: COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT French in ;
r.f.t. ; cf the patent remedies day A full atsort.mf of Clot}!. OF HUGH Watered do pie its construction and much more euDv -
t .l:1' careful itudy and experiment of.scientific and ex or any length of time he will tell you the subscriber is i prepared to manufactuie tc.nkr "Plain do English and operated than any other. "I

I rteiienred ))hy* cjaqa. Tbe two principal ingredientshave IT IS TIlE BEST MEDICINE EXTAXT. on the shortest n-.tice. in the mct approved Deeeml.cr24,183.: Bl M'ning Sleeves d Collars. Hereafter we .MII be: prepared to sirpply a .:i

I n '.i '' lone been known and celebrated. P.>low WP give i a few extracts from letters we bar ,t\l.. ai,.l be,t possible manner. All m want cf gooUCfotbinir J GlasM, 0h! White Lead, &c. Handkerchiefs.- Sewing machines.-each perfect and compltUrfi TOM. ;
r. BARK.-When the strength of .
WILD CHKRRY call. kind at the following cash
,'fif;l1 this is nropirly ettiacted is the Witt medicine known cceived lately regarding the virtues of this medicine. :y Orders from the coratry promptly! ittei..kdto "I A A r 0xfw Window G1: abortedA aizs', LADIES Emb'd II'dTife. Lad:>s Hem Bfd Ird'ld. 1. Needle and shuttle price }

1 t1ui4& for the worst Coughs and other Pulmonary: diseases Dr. S. S. O.lin, of Knox,ille, Oa- savs :-I have IJy A. 3.L1iJ* \J\J lot ItVt Whit, L "d,pure,extra & Ii'o., C'bric Tape Bordered macLine"'untstyle .'

. ill::,;," curing, it loosen the phlegm) and enables the sufferer to been using your Liverwort and Tnr very t'\ 'n..i.iielyu March 1 18, 1854. 11 S barrels Lin'ewl! Oil, I 2. Needle on and wooden box, ... .'lot
. :.W",.- expectorate easily, and alone will cure the worst cold my pactiee foi three years past and it i ic with ph,,- I fi Lard! Oil, I Collarii &. Sleeves. shuttle machine of pre
:l' !.:' or cougb,which if neglected always leads to Consumption. Mirc'tliat 1 plate my belief iu its mj-enonty over all Furniture, Chairs, Afro. 20 t Keen Zinc Paiot, .tyle od Iron Innne........ ....'lIi :
t ; !.Neerllf' and I
other articles with which I am acquainted for which !Ow teC'tivilJ (rem 2H package Fireproof Paint. ((1Jbls. anJ i bll) : E MBIl'D Collars, ZmJK-oidered Sleeves, shuttle maebinewjth newly} :.
arc
,3i'. LUNG WORTH.This itJt"l1t tIle virtues (if : It i ill recommended. WE P.-ii? Asa Sawyer,' nil 2 barrels Rectified Whale l Oil i. Mourning( Lice invented J suction and cheeked spring..i.J in
4. threaded
Single machine
tj l which} are known to hut fexr, it las been said by the MesTR. Fitzgerald &Bennett writing from"Way nrs- win open at nur Furtitu-e r rw.nw I 2 Train Oil. 1 tbL Copal "arn.h; Houiton Setts Skeris i Collars. other li' ht sewing....ibr...linen....and..
; most learned men of aU time, that nature lia provided yule, N.C" Fay:-"Tlie Livnvort und Tar are bceoining handsome and well selected l. stk of Ne. York Spirits Tnrp otine in bnrre4} and at retail. A RPII- 0. do. .. ,1111
\ a thresdedmachinesfor..wingb.
': c:': : a remedy for each and every uiwuc," and tin (!1aily norc p<>pular in this eonntry &nd vethmk City made FuTRitnre and Chairs. 't: era Vrtmeiit of Color.,Bnihhex,and other Painters' Silks, et cetera. sacks, and carpet bag,..........,..
';;J .j discoveries that are daily made g) to prove ittrcth. juctly BU. All *;ho have tried it Fpruk ':- Libf >gAny Sseretaries and Book tMarllc ., nateriak D. H.AkIES. I LACE Silk White Satins, 6. do. threaded machine for shoe work 'If,

:.r ",' JLungtcoitfi it doubtless the tenmlif dciffiinll/0.1 no mend hlv of it, and say it i is very .- : in alleviuti'ig T'p. and Plain Sideb"vd! December 24. 1RC3. Cl Miircell'r.c Silks, Black" and leather alitehicg...........,
: r7. r lure for Contnnj tit>,. Its )licalinj properties are the complaint for winch it is recomtn ended." .. Centre nad Sofa 1'cblcs, t1orenee" Crape Liewe, 7. do. threaded machine with apparata. 'lU

;t* sr truly wonderful and tlie rapidity with which it cure Our Agent in Picken* District S. C, Mr. S. IL Mc- I' .. Bureaus, Wines, Syrups, lit Bl'Sc lt" Tarletoirt asn'.l CurL. to biod matt e1I.cte.... .. j

::i-i. the worst cases of Ulcerated Iing1 soothing and PUb, Fall azures us that be uses it with great benefit 1.1 I' ., \'IL h.rMl Otard Brandy, Fresh Dates, Bl'k Wat'd White Silk. Illusion, 8. do. threaded machine of extra size"lor'.IlA

: ; duing all irritation, almost immediately, is n !proof <'f t tlU Ills own family and recommends it to hi* neiglib-irs. Mahoranv Ext -a-i iun Table!, OLD. IVrt, Claret n..ca'e"! ElK. quilting coat 1innga.ao
.i
'r'1 ; adaptation to this disease. These two articles corn.k1.lt. 4. BreoUut Whit WatM" Blonde Nett g. do. threaded
lie pvee nn instance of s negro woman in }hi* vicinitywho Madeira Old Pert Jaic. machine larger siufor" ,
$ ; liiit-d with; ether purely vegetable ingredient, form a bad Ix'cn suffering with di'-efr of the luu,' for II Work Sherry Sparkling: Cider quilting extra sized! linings.....110 '
:., medicine that is certain cure the worst en srs of Consumption years attend! with everc cough, who v as relieved R.i'ew.>d Centre. Work ayl! Fw f1 Ta'J.., Ix.mlon' Prrfcr Scotch Ale, Ribbons & Trimmings. 10. do. threaded machine adapted to lap.

' 1 if taken bel<>re the sufferer is entinly pros- bv the Liverwort and Tar. Mahotaiiy. Wardrobe,. Tr\ndl1't'I'.c'! .. s, Brandy CherricJ; ET t Sn-h Rib'ns. Black Silk Fringes, seaming coat sleeves, ic,....." ]IA ':
* trated. Do not be discouraged trial can do no barm "SUCh arc the good rpnr"e bear of C.tit: rj"diehje ecf..t.I-. Ra4jerry Syrup, Sardiar, BOX i: -atin" Zephyr Worsted, 11.Embroidering Machine making an ornamental -*"
i I
{; but will ewivinee the most sceptical e'f its real worth. from all part of tl* So\itb. For a report of the sr- ToiM Table, Whatnot Hrcr.i H" -( i-, QJOTfettt. Strawberry Fre'-h Lobster, V -lv,t. Cap & Pll Worsted Bnidin-r". stitch with two threads'. ijn
tt'f; ) THOUSANDS OF CONSUMPTIVE PERSONS prii'in';cures it lias, |x>rformed in the AVcstora NV>iTh- Ua: 'kf t TaLl, Muic SUM High aol Jx w rn"n" HJiad. Silk Braid assorted, White A Cold B.-bbin I 1 Z. Machine of large size for Sewing awnV"ings

,: Lave been (lcct\'cd repeatedly in buviug mi-dicine ('111 nt"l Eajtoni Stntes.xve would invite tbe ufteringpatient I Post I'-ed.-leads. S,fB', frets a-teUi c, Ac. Ginger Salmon, \s bite Silk Fringe, Snaku Cord d Tap*. and ships, sails with fixtures and

f"t which were aid to be infallible cures,but which lu"cIW.rj't. to read the pamphlet which sccompanka each I Cbair* (.r great vanttv, Pine Apple tc Clann.Oaura apparatus complete from....$400 to | &

proved only pallitivcs, but this medicine i is not only bottle. To all 'We say have hope, 'have hope 1 (,..r.l ar.d i lain isbix.av.y Iueer,. Jelly rc, n-cd (ialncc: ', Gloves & Mitts. Machines will be iltted for any unusual Betaliujt* .

t5ti:; pallitive but a cure for ulcerated II"gf. It contain TRY THE MEDICINE Cane Seat jind Back R>ckr'., Currant K u Peaches, of work on reasonable term The Machine art '
, .. I't. deleterous Drugs and one trial will prove its uHtunitbit Walnut. Maple, Rro.-wooel. and Oak rJ i'i Oel&tine L.l\DIES a .."d and wlored Kid Gloves, curtly packed for tranzportatirn to cf '
IN SEASON Sparkling Tamarinds iii4' '* '* any part t tb
:1 \ efficacy better than assertions certificatehin BE WARNED S-iwinj Cbair MIHI and Cbl? Jr2a's Rocket : ( Silk world, full
,I ; ? any or : Extracts an': printed infractions! for rsineaadW .j
!, 121
rlavoring Spirr "
: I t
: wm-h! i Beaver
t : ; curing Consumption nnd nil diseases "f the Lunrt: and neglect not that cough daily wcjieTiTugvour and Low Chalre."uisrv .. ing them in order are furnished with each maekw..
Yeast Powdiis Jwk1e.Corn
4. M
l ry' and Liver, such all Snitlitnj of Igo4. 'trng1ta,pain inCaution. (.IM. tnti..n. initatiiy your throat and lui ". and i > nod Reftrtcry Cha:". $+i-: .r. i/La .ib and chs'iit 'I gI..wtalt,, "C. &(, inviting f'Q that dread! Gio cuse. C !" mptinli. WJ"L 1 owotiiTir : BERRY A f.OWLF.SII"emler -. II Buck Oanntletts, thread.&e..alwavpon bans! and for lae at lowest.* -,y,
Olives
and! boab'nja remedy can I I" obtained )r. Caper, U J'.i 1"k Silk Mitts t
t "t .-To protect our own a* well a* the dntntnptive ) 12, 1553. 45 prices. l'rmell'al Oi l No. US Broadway
Sauce T.
We Cocoa.
Liverwort ftbd Tar. rr t':r-re II -
, : .. I. sufferers, we are obliged tn caution all to fin l Rog'r/S rup 0 of --- Engli Mi' tar.l. D. II. AMES. Worsted BBA5CH OFFICES:-57 South Fourth Street J,1,1

.'lJ':; the signature of COMSTOCK d BROTHER on tb BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS Specie Specie I Specif December 24, 853. 51 October 29. 183. 4t delpbia. ISO Baltimore Street Baltimore. 4TB :;

; .t wrapper, without this it Is worthies counterfeit R>. and ISaAC, imitations The genuine articl i* f: nrdANnRr.w -E"OR,; *ile by S. S. KV 10 HT.PVbruary -d--- Bonds and Liabilities of tbe Union Bank, over Street, Boston. 197 Elm Street.Cincinnati 4

J :: rntmber this.CARLTO.VS. RocEiiS on tIle engraved wiapper auwud .J 25, ISL4.Florida S FRESH GARDEN SEEDS L3LsLGzzgca
sale C. A. COB.
' LINIMENT FOR THE PILES. Ac. each boltl. .--- I''OR by March 18, 1St 4. 11 3m
;3\i
Stone Street New York.
t .I'i -It i is now used in the principal hospitals, and in the Price ?1 per bot I?, or six bottles f..r ?5. Sold Land Sales. i OKowrrr OF 18.r 3.RUTA 5 .
'
December tf
17.153. 50
r.t: ,1:: : private practice of our country by an immense HumV wholesale! und retail by SCOVIL i HEAD.So'c tl.ri.rTill' .7r a: .%uettio. Ivfora the I :: Bogs, Fl.t Turnip,Cabbage.Beet.i. &e..juit j Wakulla Iron Works,

: ber of individual and (families first and} most rerloin : agents fr the jycjibcrn States, to whom all THE! r of tbe'Court IlM.j (.f the Cotrtv of Duv-sl % D. U..AIf AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO. JIE-WPOR7, 7LORIDA.
II fir the cure of the PILES and also extensively) orders and application; fur Ag'Dc U6 mu-t be audrescd. *- tf.e 111'c.rnll'r 'H. 1R5.:. 51
Wednerday, 4J.< :Sd and to baffle unlpfs xibere it
effectually as : credulity TIIr.
; in !-ad C'" i.ty.Hcfoie Notice. will be attended to with
'1 ; effects are witnessed Kitemnlly! in tile following com. P-ilda' o bv D. I!. .A met, Barnard .( ,r:1.zwpI:l, the door'ef the Cotrt Hote In tb County I ill receive applications for and make irisl.rnhceziant all work done with neatness ad promptness. u4
. JUiuma1hn Acute ir O Talkbatsoe. Rrger < Son (1.'ltt.a.hfX'PP IX week from the date hereof, I wiirappy to tie I loss I/Y Fire on Brick and Frame Buildings dfepateb.All
. plaints'Dropiy Stpflling or Nash [ kiwis of
. : <-f Nassau, cu McnuLiy. tl i Stb cf .y"ext. all the work such as Steam Work,Nil TTsik
4tiK--i: Chronic, aivingimm'diate c
. :Jt,'* 6prnin. /Jr/rr, &1. S
(1.. freb or of Fug Ptandinp. and fever s res Its operation l etnll, }.r5ticelk. tb" 13th of J.lm"d S.i.c-n. dtces ..d. of raid C mtv. Castings .te. also. Sugar Atttle
St. .TohiY ii Satur.-Ly, day May next, Extensive Assortment of ; !. ef aay six*. Irt
adulu] and chillaf'll i in r.luciosrhumati( February IS, 1851. 7 < ,
upon iu' ', band.
ah tlu 16th ection< ..id () untJ'. constantly on All work dune 1 ia sues an eitiVii
wellin, and loosening cough and tUjbtness of tlc Pbei iff and ex-ottcio Auuiinistrator. SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. hm will be dona
iit I Before tb door r.f tile Court Hoa. in the County nt by us. with a particular r rrnrf
cbcst by relaxation of the parts lis b en surprising Dil. MA1C11ISI'SCELEBRATED (.f Putnam, mi Tupsdo-v. Kth dayof Mayn ztall! April 8. lSI.. 14 to the strength and durability of the YO,}
beyond conception.) The common remark (.f ibf,** &; RUST would respectfully call the Workmen readiness
al.1
tinICtb 'f'cti\n" iu 'Vunty.Refi.ie HEIR Competent always m to pet n
, : who Las usedit in the Piln it "It acts like a charm. ClTHOLICQr] ( the d--r of th, O.rt. If'vj-e in the Cvnty: Metallic Burial Cases. n nf their customers null fri. mis t* the ex- Eninu, & .
" I It is wirrauted please any person that will try it. enive and tasteful assortment of Sfring and Summer Terms will be liberal and all work dow
FOR TIlE CURE OF SUFI-TRINf: fALJ.S.ITST.DSnrHmo. of Orange, (.n M-):lay. die !.M[ thy of May next, alltbe striethfcr
1 4g." "' ) Cuution,-Never buy it unless you find the Inc I fJth sefti"H3 in "ai-I I Coun'y. (;io-xN. whieh they are now optiix-g. Coiwistio' in cash, or accepted order r n some business firm i m&
:.r simile signature of Cutnitock t Brutbfr, proj.rictomen Kil t.ne in tf :" ofGf'lIt TaU.uarlee. Qniner.
' I Ti_rms-On* fourth) Ca'h the tLrce equal part place or
i' ; '-.'. tb* wrapper. \\ \\ \ ; /: i aatrjr.l l iLtalnL-nU, with iutcrvt in a.ltKnre. Black ct 1 Colored Alpacca Sack ct Frock Coats, Liberal prices paid t>r o.J Iron. Copper aa j 2m.i
tive in .
i. < DEAFNESS.-Use Dr. LARZETT3 ACOUSTIC :! lI lowers all tie D. S. WALKER.RvprtT 5' Lustre : All letters must be addressed (pt paid) toM.aPOc'D
.hT4: ._ !!'''s forwbirli it isrecomineudcd r lIE tJuc'r'i1.'lIt'11} kes'ps c.'U-.t-iiitly on band van- 4' 4' 4' II 0
r OIL fr the cure of DeafneM. Al-,o, all th *f visa of Public LanK j Suie of Fl',riJa.Janmry Ca""lmeretta" I A CO.
1.ft liVe the of innects ; called -*- ou sizes nf the Patent Metallic Burial Cases 4' Drap D'Ete 21 1354.
; p-eeable noises, buzzinz falling of i-i- 1.54. 4 January $ NewPortJTk.
jf "f bU> which of FEM4IF. COMPLAINTS. rneutioucd in the accompanying certilk-ate. Merino 4' "
water, --
.ot ; whizzing am are symptoms upproaclnng -- - --- -- -- --
:-J", ";':: deafnew.{ Persons /bo have been deaf for '- o :- Leon Circuit Court. J. A. EDiluXDSOX.V'A3inxcTiv .. Paletots, Manufactured Tobacco.

rig! ...: twenty year*, and were subject to UP ear trumpet I \ Oftb. !e are 1'iolap Drap D'Ete w fiECEIVING further stock ef iou tU
1 Eiznl'"tli! HolJ*>rre, Adm'x of 1Janic. April 5th.MrssR Clouded! Marseilles JUST
jy : '. Lave afir r.iin? oe b'/tll->een made wc-lL ,F, \: : nw Ute-ri ..r Falling assorted Manufactured Toiaeeo si itffprices I
"' ., : I I1" I ." Holderu, deceased. J I In CTaaneery. FISK AND RAYMOND, I Wallace Cloth Frock Coat
}9" .i TO OWNERS OF AND DEALERS IN nOR.J q' \ theonb; Fluor, tlutn it be in
ran bonght of tie
,. Bill! (; \\'cvitiec.rd th ol yfI I .. say larpwiketj -- .
;. v > r jpwilic perChiistopli r.-Tur"f- < utility your CLambra Sadt. "
, t : SES.-CarlUI/I" Founder Ointment; fur the euro e I I I i exain.ur.sbefore
ard! CbrL fermacce.I namrntal .lie Burial uceil l
litttMet Cu
: >r f-lrong J e. to d>ny Kremlin "
Founder Hoof bound Hones. nnd
1cuv t : Split Hoof Contracted v. ut.d flc.jitJOfl J ordering tb ir stocks. "Witt fcrasii
:. ia'M Strong. J h v. the r"iniiin (>f jc late HMI.J..lm C. Calh<'Uli to Gincliam Spring
'4 t : and Feveriiih Feet Wounds, Brui ei in the llceb of the%V inib ; I Fawy samples, with attachedto deairi iL.1
: .( cidrntal rll-I T aftlidavlt; made, in thi11\t. tint tie! Ct'iiirre''sii Cemetery, which impressed with Brown White 4 Cord Linen"M 'I 44 prices any (
-t4t Galled Bricks Cracked HecU, Scratches, Cut, Kicks Hem.Jrrl'a appearing by credit to ht fi will be where
r April grrea the belitf: that it ?i. tle be:t article known to fur anj ,
us
.
White nail} Duff itarseiilrs Vests
ilef idani b U'-rn. i ] e-f the ,
U on boras. or Flooding; CKtisi''j r re < c8 put tity is rcqcired. D. LADD. :
ClIlllion.-Al1 of the above named articles are odcnly Suppressed I'ail.fu1.1 Mid-lie Circuit cf Fli.n>ia, aud! iu tie State of {i..5iipti ;- tran"pirtiii; the clf'nJ l to their final n.t J:?-place. and fancv cold Welting Newport January 21. 1S54. S '

. 4 i': : bv Comgtock A Brother 2 St. Peter's Place directly --M_ lar )Menstru.ition ..tc., .; : With respect we suleriln' ('IIr't'I\"t':. Y"urs ate., Drown Linen "

In rear of the Astor house between Barclayattd'Vetey with 1111 their na..lIIlplUJill'illl, (Cnn'vrxecpt('l,) Jt i* ot d.-rnl Tliat tie! said Chri.(opb,--r Stn>i.g do II. Clay, 1). Atclu'-M-n, Jeff. Davis, Black D ap D'Ete Pants A!a May.B'Jmralstrator of Richard
: tti. one door from BOtZdwaNew York, no matter how 'J rrc. or '.f bow long standing. apj.e.r and nnjwer Ibe bill ef complaint nb-d !;rtin, Levi[ Cas9, A. C. (;n.t'ue.V'. R. Kin?. a. .. ELietigue B. Cole arid of Caroline Cole and iahi

.1d :: to whom all orders mug l>c directed. Also, by EDWARD Tile Catholicon} far surpasses other remdic:, in bo- or tilt fame will b" taken for cn-.fr{ .d ./. {-t him; : I). S. Dickinson, Dan. .hokr Neon IWge, I Merino U .own right. anti Margaret M.Cole

BARNARD only in TnllohaMee, who is tIle ing more certain, lew expneive, and k-a\ing the !- 1'iovidnl Tli'it, a fopv ..f thii>rd)-r be publmbetl in J. MMoc'in.. J. iL r.irnieuv.. 1"..Mungum.Oetober Queens Cloth wife of said Asa May, CoaiplaioaoU. lsCaaniuy,

only wholesale dealer f ur Florida and will supply tem in a better condition. Let all prrsotu) ittCr.st.ed ,: *nie ne vt>jrapr ;jmblii.be. ); in tIle Middle! Circuit (If 1. 1353. 39 tf White and fancy T.n.n: Drill Pants, I r,. in JtffsneaCocnty.
' .. in kucb medicine call arid obtain Florida week f.r the -f four niuulh -- - --- Blue and French Cottonade.'a Burwell
country merchants at the lowest pnl't' By JohnsouA a a pamp'et, I once a pare < In II.* Circuit Cvut for Jfadium County, lftd-1'c McBride. administrator of .
,te% Eppes, Motitictjln, E. Sciiai, Tbt/masville Ga. (free.) coutaini'jganjjjle proof, fron bijbly) resjK-ctuble : AT CiiAMrcr.s, :;Jfl' ; Jln;::(\', IP S1. Circuit of the State of Florida- Term 1S34.IU Brown and Blenched Jean Drawers, Alcxandrr R. ilurray. ,Alvin May JiJddle c
and by one person ill every to"n.Executors' sources, of the happy rei-ulU of its u*< to ig,tber with 1 J. W A n.ts: BAKER Ju.lgc. Spring Linen Bosom Shirts. Merino Undershirts, and wile Caroline L.U5Y. and thV
, v-.i letters from first clrM experienced pbji in.iu'i, who A True Copy-ATTI-T: 1 Krt J. Bi'bop and Chandler"J Gents fashionable Blflek Silk llatsDnib children and Leir t>f Richard B.G>Io.

Notice. have ti ed it in Ihtir practkc, nd F{>eik iota their HUGH AHCHEH, JIt. Clerk. II. Smith partner, uing the t Attachment I' 4. Beaver and Caroline Cole deceased, De-
Zf.4' name and style of BL-liup Amount sworn to, Black for. Drab brush and Pearl Hats f uJalJt. .
af'erdat.to-wit tbe uwu ()bf'rvati.r1.RFEk !. I February 1, S.54. 5 4m I '
; j- SIX months : on Friday 2tA1'4 ). ( EA.-Pr"f. Dunbar., M. D. Baltimore Md. -------. Smith. 1'. dJ I ?41u 25-1W! i.ys Black .t fancy oofd Wool A Fur Kusouth Hate,
of Julv I shall to the Court of1Gz9. ; afF IsTit
next prevut appearinsr by of J. T. Anfcsr tU
the of amiTouchers J. C. ()rrick, M. D. Baltimore Mi(.I") ; P. U. Peckbani.) M.IX 1. Bounty Land Warrants Charles Ru!sell. Infants fancy Pearl Hats, IT ,
r Probate for County Gudsden my account .Jant, Harwell ileBrlde.! resides out tae 8 . as Executor of tbe Estate of Reuben B. Hir-ks, Utica N. Y.; 1) Y. F< ote, M. D, .Syracu. N. Y.4; THE Defendant and nil other persons inferesfM. : Fancy Good. of Kjrida.it: is ordered that said d.f ndant
.. :. deceased and apply to tile Judge of aid Court, for a M. H. MIlls, M. I), Rochester \. Y.; L. D. }1urnrg: : -"BOUCHITit the ftiyhrnt price, and procured required t. take notice of the commencementf Ribbons (.f all quaIitiV!, Buun. Cap. Wh'trs: ac! and a-vwer the corcplaicant's Bill on or btfors apfor tU
M. D, Canandaigua. X. Y. W. W. R M. D li i buv I 1I0tl"'.! alil'j. to cstabIssb f t Ilii- mil and to and to the ilcclaratiou -
11 final discharge: of which all parties interested, WillW'4. ; -(!". City" r aj'pc-ar' plead 't-oli-red Satin KibLv&, Black! White and Colored first Monday in AT7gn.Jt next otherwise tie saoiwfi
W. Precott M. D ) tbir dt l.". If have, received a less in
I take notice. BURWELL B. WILKES of New York; Concord, N. II. any tiled said cuu c. Velvet Ribbon
pleue Pamphlet can be bad gratis at the drug Stores of ammuit than they were entitle I to. !kt me fccow i it,- M. WIIIT SMITH, t.e takn pro rovfeo gaint him. ProTided, a Wf
B. Hicks deceased.
Executor of R. cf this be
order
Ladles Dress Goods published in some >
f..uft"'nI'r ,
ptslished
the following AgenK Unvitig had eijxrierh-e in the proi'ecution O.M.LKE: newspaper
January 21, 18M. Cm. 8 : in of- in the Middle: Cir ,t of Florida for '
I PALMER 4 BROTHER, M.mticello and n tiling ..f( 'iveninieiit claim. 1 understand Attorneys for Plaliitifr Cccisting part ?\ fonr
? :I'i; WORLD'S FAIR PREMIUMS I SAMUEL PULESTOX do. fully the way* and means (If getting through the various Madison: C.R.March 22,(.April 1)1) 54. Sm Plain and printed Embroidered! Lawns, ,, next preceding this said rule da1m Angtst *xtOB -
: D. IL A Ir.S. Tnllaha.ee Detriments at Wa.<)hinct'm. I have in mypU8Ff'.i..n Black and! id! l Mourning.Plain ; DtttD AT CHAMBERS. J.WAY LES BAO8

THREE PRIZE MEDALS ABEL A- AORIFPI.V. Apalacbieola.DC. record fvidftx of 21 Florida} 87 Ala- Notice. Printed and 1'iiibroidered Organdies, IarIth) 11. lS -. 4m 10 .

oanin, li'O besides S iitli and Ten- months after date, the undersigned adiniuibtra- Black White, and Colored JiC 'Ott,
? ITAVE just been awarded to the very A. R, BREXLEY Alligator. : Ueorgia > <* Curolina SIX I. ,;
-i elegant and superior n"ssee Muster Koll of j jr">fw effaced in the Florida of the estale of John O. Rawls. deceased late Black: and 2d Mourning and Colored Earegrs, Notice.
tT Letter addressed to Messrs. Beach k Brownson, War. If you bav any Quarter Master Pension or of Oadadeu County will present her final account and Black. d>lor< d. and I Embroidered Tissues, Months after date 1 shall present my hal

PIANO FORTES Agents at Newberrv State.C. H, S. C., by Riv. Rer. C. Bounty Laud Claims, call in. No charge. if I oltainno : vouchers to tIe .Judge! of Probate said County, and Plain and Printed Hernamy, SIX and vouchers to the Honorable J.

Exhibited by the subscriber at the Crystal Pakce. In 8. Beard of ame money. C. H. BLOOD. ask to be discharged. ELIZABETH WI Black and 2d Mourning and Colored Gughanu Probate fUr Jefferson County as execvtrix rf n

; making the above announcement.they would take this 0.::.. SPRIXGS Jan. 0. 1S53.Messrs >. B. Person with un*"ttl.1! l bu'ines connectedwith March IS, 185 1. 11 tiff Administratrix. of all qualities, liam G. Clark late of said County deceased aid a*
' $' & .I opportunity: to return their thanks to their numerous BERPTI t Baowxs T\-Sms : I send for another tile late establishment also invited to calL Klyin-jand In. ertings of all descriptions for a dismission from my administration of tH IBB
: friends for the extensive and liberal patronage hereto. bottle of j'our "Marcbisi's), Uterine Ciitbolicon." November 5, 1S6S. 44 Cm0liff. In the Circuit C\JllrllcJT.lf' oldi'oJl County. ilk&lie Colored Parasols and Parasoleta, Estate. EMILY CLARK EaewtrilJeffe

tc;; : '., lore extended to them and assure them that no pain My wife has been afflicted fur eleven years and a variety -__ _* Cj'rclIIt'1 the State oj j.'loridCl-ipring Term 1854. Black and 2d Mourning Parabola and Parasolets, A>on County KoTember 26, 186J. . .?; I--; ball be spared to sustain tbe flattering reputation al of means has been resorted to for relief but none \ George Dniper and Elcazer Gloves of nil descriptions,

ready attained and in order to meet the inoreoftcd demands "obtained until I received this medicine from you. cndereigned: administrator on the estate of H.[ Kldiidgc, partners'. Using Spring Capes. Collar aid Viaittes, PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY

fur their instruments they have added largelyto Its influence seemed almost magical ; there was a THE S. Wil._H x, deceased late of Leon County, the name and style of Draper Attachment Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, HARTFORD, CONKFCTICUT., .
their manufacturing facilities which they trust will! manifest improvement from the day it wa taken. gives notice to all persons Inning: dunatxls} against ct Eldridge, Am"unt sworn to Saddlery.

jI.tL enable them in future promptly to meet every de. As there are a great many females in our country K-iid estate, to precent them witbtn the time prescnbed vi. ?754 78-UK). Ladle's Saddles. Velvet and Plush seat Capital Stock, $300,000

mand. Buyers from abroad whether dealers or others laboring under the affliction for which your mc ieitiepropn by law or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their Cbarle RusselL Gents Patent Leather Eutanl Saddles undersigned Agent of the above COB?*!

: ; are invited to examine our splendid assortment ] (1j a remedy I feel it a duty to recommend it recovery; and all those indebted are requested to 'T'HE defendant and all other persons interested M THE prepared to take risks against Fire "on wlf,

before purchasing elsewhere.GROVESTEEN. to all such. CLOUO S. BEARD. make payment immediately., J. will taKe notice of the ciuuaieuvement of this suit Spanish Tennessee ings and their contents,on the most favorable UrM

A TRUSTOW. J. B.MARCHISI & Co, Proprietors Ccutral Depot, 304 JAMES BARFIELD Administrator. and are requested to appear aud plead to the Declaration Russet F. H. FLAGO -

03 Broadway, N. Y., adjoining St. Nicholas Hot.l. Broadway, New-York. March 11, 18M.. 10. SwAdministrator's filed in said cause. ,. Spanish Tallahassee,November 5, 18CS. 44
f; N. B. Premiums awarded tbs American January 14. it4._2_Cm_ M. WHIT SMITh -
were by Patent Leather Quilted Chamois Seat do,
_, DR. JOHN P. DUVAL
#p2 Institute to their Pianos five in successt.u.k'1. Notice.SIX Notice. JAMES }f. BAKER. ,
.rsrf:ik yean Bridles, brtin (/. Ridituj. Buggy and Carriage
': 18 1854. 7 Sm persons having claim ugainht the estate of Attorneys for Plaintiffs. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
February ALL Values
dtc.
Whip Carpet Bag", I.e.
months from date, the undersigned Executor of M.Saundei deceased late of Leon County. Madison March
C. K. 5 2, (April 1.) 1S54. 3m 13 COtRT
;: t: SNUFF ABD TOBACCO. last Will and Testament of John h1-r.deceased, are hereby notified tx> present them for payment Hardware and Cutlery. OFFICE AT THE- H0r .

I late of Leon County, will present his final account within the time prescribed bylaw or this notice nill olian and other Pianos. Knives and Ft.rks. Pen :and Pocket Knives. Guns, January 23. 1854. 4_ V
i1'fI PETER LORILLARD, MANUFACTURER, and vouchers to the Judge of Probate fur Leon: County, be in bar of their indebted 'r
plead and all Trunk
Ii
recovery; persons BERRY & GORDON Shot Pouehw. Powder Fliu-ks and Gniiie !!- Notice -
,(o. 42 CHATHAM 6T, x. T. and onk for J. S.ISLER Executor. ,
a dif-ebarge. to said estate arc requested to make immedi lloxjoor and Plttl J.ock'Cast Steel Si.xdes arid Shovels I -
!&'U'1-' OFFERS; for sale the following nrticlet warranted January 21, 1854._Cm._sAdministrator's ate pamenL JOS. k CHRISTIE Adm'r. 297 Broadway.. Colliiia' Axe*, c.tlI'IJO'lger8: zuines. ut-rum", IS hereby given that.the subscriber.of .t1II

I-tc quality :Moaohoy. Scotch Coarse March 18, 1854. 11 $8w _ [PUBLISHERS of Music-and Iron. Blacksmith's Bellow Humour Anvils. Stocks the Estate of Thomas J. Heir late of Jefww*
u! ; Frsnch.: Rapes Honey Dew, and other Snuffs; alw, Notice. T- -- Vices Hoes, Com Shelters County deceased, will, six months after date bSTI0t
Fine Cut Tobacco in tin-foil and A more Copper Tin and Sheet-Iron Dealers wholesale and retail in Pianos, and Die. Screw plates. the Hon. of Probate of Jeff1"
t$1 papers. par. TX months from date the undersigned Administrator Straw Cutters. Cast Plow-point and Sweeps, Trace apply to Judge
ticular description of the various articles oan be Lad S the estate of I.sler deccawd late of .elodions and Music-Agents for the Celebrated .E.- County for a discharge from Ida
on Mary Chains, atc, G.c.i Adm1m&traiT1L
: by sending fnr a full price current as above. Leon County, will present his final account and vouchers MANUFACTOEY.THE[ I linn Grand and other H.ui"3 made by Hallet Davis Groceries. on said estate. W. .

ifel February 18, 1854. 7 3m to the Probate fr Leon CV and ak & Co., B.stou-wh.,14e Pianos are considered suH'ri"rto | i Jefferson County, December?, 1853. 48 e
Judge oi >unty Rice Best Pale Otard Bran- _
Subfwn-ibers inform tbe.citizens of Tal all others. Great bargains in New York Pianos, : Sugar,Tea, Coffer: !
fur J. S. 1SLKR Admiulblrator.
a diocliarge. !" and the surrounding country that and second baud Pianos and Meltxiecns. Music supplied (lv. OW Rye Whiskey. Rectinwl Whiskey, Gin Rum Notice.
.i- FAIRBANKS'PLATFORM January 21. 1R!.. 6m._3_ they are now prepared' to furnish customers wholesale or retail at the lowest TIIttlk'r- Wine, Sherry and Madeira. Tobacco, Snuff Cigars, Insolvent Estate

tk SCALES Notice. with all kind of ware, wholesale and retail in their ry & Gordon successors to T.S. Berry,297 Broadway. Candles and Soap. With a variety of other articlestoo STATE OF FLORIDA. )l
line of business. Pnuius to let. numerous to insert here. Madison County. f
SEVERELY TESTKD SIX months after date, I shall present my final ac The Subscribers call the latest Tallahassee March 18, 1854. 11 ex-officie admiDiatrlferfi
LONG KNOWN attention of the public to P. S. II, D. & Go's JJolion Pianos have the OlIN. PATTEBSOy.
and vouchers to the Honorable of Probate -
-ALWAYS RIGHT, THE AC.XNOWLEPGED their assortment of Parlor Cooking and Wood Stoves, impnvcd voicing. J Hugh Armstrong, deceased baTing thia day IW
' ".. STANDARD. of Jefferson County, as executor of Paul Ulmcr of the latest style ; all trimmed in complete order at November 5, 1853. 44 ly 20,000 COPIES IX 20 DAYS. in the Probcte Offie of aaid County written scjfecstion
mmm n late of said County deceased, and ask for a dismission the lowest markt't price. Please call and examine that be believes said estate to be insolveal:

Agent* New York,FAIRBANKS A Co.89 WaUrst and discharge as such executor.. JOHN ULMER. before purchasing elsewhere. ALso. Brittannia and: LOOKING GLASSES. THE LAMPLIGHTER It t> therefor crdtrtd That all per.ossbsvi f

? February 26, 1864. 8 6mDrf. Jefferson County.Feb. 4. 1854. _5_ Japanned Ware, Lead Pipe, Sheet Zinc, Sheet Lead, EMOVAL.-The old cstablirhtd Looking claims against said estate do appear file ttwjjiu
R
: The most Extraordinary and Tale
Wanted.tOOO House-work Hoofing Fancy Heads, for gutters' Guttering UliiN* IVitrc House of RICHARDS Thrilling the office aforesaid autbenUeated n the

T. B. LAMAR DRY HIDES for which the highest Mar- Pipes-Shop work of every description done KINOSLAND A Co., is removed from 88 IVurtlandt OF MODEKX TIMES prescribed bylaw,on or before the 7th day of W*

bit Professional services to the publie.- ket will be, with neatness and despatch.WHITE street to 10-1 CHAMBERS:uE.-rl(corner Church.,)mie THIS is the universal testimony of the newspaper 1854.ALFX. MCDONALD.

'P' ju. OFFERS be found at the former residence of Dr. October 29.1853.price 43 paid by 8. S' KNIOIIT. 4 SLUSSER block from Broadway,New York where will be found, and the verdict of the reading public. We Feb., 1854. S 6m Judge of PrcU-*'

; ; .Tames Hunter on the ThomasvilU road eight miles October, 1853. 40 tf as usual, a complete ns* 'rtrncnt of I'lain and Ornamental have been titteily unable to.fill our orders so great

from Tallahassee Notice. Linking Glooses,Portrait aud Picture }'rftuet. has bctn the demand for this great American Romance. Watch, ,Clock Repairing, &&

January 28. 8U. Om* undersigned engaged tile services of Leon County Iron Works. Ac &c. The trade CurnibcJvit: every variety of Published: by JOHN P. JEWE1'1' & Co. 'HE undersigned fhii no:'*l[

_ 4; .. TIlE Tutor having for his children is willing to a TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. work, in cuinpuition state at reduced rults. -.shlfl. and f.r sale b"' all Booksellers the citizens of TillaBa!-

.1. Line! Line! eight or ten pupils, (male and female) to board receive THIS Establishment is now in full operation. All Februaryls,1854. ___ 7 8mDEMISTRY. _ P. S.-Tho work "ibe forwarded by mail'to any" _ surrounding country_tbat'_.:pi
____ 200- CASKS fresh lime landing per echr. Mag- in his family for the term of ten months commencing will be attended to with pn-mptness, and person enc!'' irij $1 and six postage stamps. manenUv sett ed in this lity. he baa

.cilia a for isle April 1 st For further particulars apply toT all work done with neatness and dUpnteh. April 8. ISM. 14 Clock, and Jewelry repajringr efit "

: ? KcYAtTGnT' ORMOND. bruary 25. 185. GREEN CR IRES. All kind of work such as Steam Work Mill Work. DR. LIb IS gives notice to bis: Pr ,'iH'dns, Ac. kinds of work belonging to that line of IyD Tot ,
I Nt t.arcb; 11.1854. 10 Gin Gearing. Sugar Mill, Circular Saw Machinery, awl patrons that be hams re- I be performed with despatch and on good .
.. Valuable Lands for Sale. Shafting Pulleys, Hangers, I'lougb Castings, Brass zuoved his Ortiov to his residence in time' 40 BBLS. and' 20 half M-U Whiskey, the present his'shop ia at Room No.j,foarOI'JfoIIII

kL 4 Blee. ef the lands belonging to the estate of Henry Castings,.&.; also Sugar Kettle, of any size, kept building l.owo11 lie Wyatt house adjoining the 6 casks Bueon elites, up stairs. Entrance indicated br a tE lIrIOlII

Lb), RICE in threes bait ti.and barrels iw landing ANT deceased may be treated for privately, by constantly on hand. AU work done in such an establishment dwelling (f Dr.Taylor, wher be may be found nt all 2 iii'. Sliou'dcr having Clocks needing repair, which do -

s ... x.pou. Also Middling or' broken sides ipj'u'cation to cither of the Executors. will be done by us, with a particular regardto times prepared to serve tb *e who may need his ser 4f BbU. Mews Polk, sire to have remored,,will be waited oi tfrb'
4 l*$_ JbraiUby MoNAUOHT 4 ORMOND. MARTHA. GEE. Executrix, tbe strength and durability of the work. Hu terms will be Gush nr when called (tsr. 1U<", u u. Fl wr. notifying me i in person or ty AD..t"

r Newport March 11, 18U 10 ___ R. K..CALL, ) Competent Workmen always in ra dinfM to put up Any reference can be given if nacesuary. S Casks Whiskey .. J. SBONlJLD:
P Lard. Oil. itr for sale it2A
C. IL DuPONT, f L&cetJ t 0"- Engine, Ao. N. k Gold Plate cut to pattern for DentisU and IOu' Bosliels Com. bv, Monroe House, Room No;1, "l .

.7 'Negroc for Sale. February 18, 181S4. 7 6ra [Sentinel Termii will be liberal. and all work done strictly for sent by mail at $1.05 cU. dwt. McNAUCHTA ORMOND. February 11.1854. 5, 8mBanFoTcEirieiton. ,
11 184. 10
.'t LIKELT man, good Turpentine band cash or aeerpted orders on some business firm in Uiis November 19, 1863. 46 -Newpt. ,->rt.-Match -

II *. : I 1 II,< fidW liaod, 6. W. BAKER, place. Liberal prieet paid for old Iron Copper and Wanted Needles.

*' -boyz4Jearsodpluogbswell, ATTORNtY AT LAW If Dnuw. New ?ori.11oda.
1- t Qtrlll .14hIDd. All letters wtuat be addressed(post paid)to 1 ni \IhDRYORSALTHIDES for which tin.IwU TAMES SMITH SONS Superior Needles for sale GENCY at_ -

1-. 1 ioceptaums.I CELLO, JETFER601T OOTJHTT FLJL '3. M. SHINE A CO. TaJUbMMf, FU.V Vr highest market price will be paid by J by CfclOHLOW,i BROS. H. I1t4.I !
; t ., "ipri11r1N1.rm.rIt; 14'q 11 1Tk B8. K3JICHT- March 18, leH. 11 .to4'I': Urcb 11, 18H. 10 Ootobtr U, 18U. il HE1EI &U8T. I April, 1854. H lIewporJ.'JAI;


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