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

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DR. W. IRESIDENT. WBITAKER, Copartnership Notice. Frcm the London Gazette,April 7. LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES.BY See. 6. And be it farther enacted, That ance made for any injury,damage, detorionution.

PHYSICIAN T underBigned have this day entered into a co- The Black Warrior Affair in England- in all criminal cases, upon indictment, for offences lot or leakage sustained by any good, aik

TALLAHASSEE, FLA. partnership in theWHOLESALE Annexation of Cnba. AUTHORITY. committed in said Indian country, prior wares, or merchandise, whilst Upoattod ia :

AND RETAIL It is well known that the possession and annexation to the creation of said western district of any public or private bonded warehoas* established
TF.BSth pi"k'>*'l'Dal services to the citizen* of of the island of Cuba have long been coveted by the Public No. 10
O Rru'' % tt">ty. Office first door Eatt :Dx.vcBINs: United States and. although the piratical attempt of Arkansas, now pending in the circuit court or recognised by this act.Sec. .

TiWuLs oe bu1dwg, immediately adjoiniug Dr. tIER THE SAME AND STYLE OF Lopez to seize:the island was officially disowned and AN ACT for the relief of the United States of the United States for the eastern district 6. And be it farther enacted, That 5

condemned by the government at Washington it was troops who were sufferers by the recent of Arkansas, process fur witnesses residing or any goods, wares, or merchandise, duly entered 1j

lca 2 lyAMAKER BARNARD &, MAXWELL. at the same time well understood that, had hia under disaster to the steamship San Francisco. to be found in said western district, may issue for warebousingrtnay be withdrawn "

ZERRY They will be pleased to see their friend* taking proved successful it would not have been e mBidered He it enacted by the Semite and House of to the marshal of said eastern district, and be under bond, without payment of UM duties,. --WNj14

and patrons ut the old stand of E. Thu nard, a very serious political offence or moral crime Representatives of the United States of America executed by him in of said western from bonded warehouse in collection !8t i
Jr., sign cif the Mortar, corner of M nroc by any party in the United State, from the President any part any l-l i
AT TSE1SY ATTALLAUASSEE L ______ and Cliuttm streets, wheie they will keep down tit the humblest citizen. Indeed neither the in Congress assembled, That there shall district ; and that the fees of all witnesses to district of the United States, and be trans .*' '

FLA. a full 8iul general asboi talent of artklrs appertninin late nor the present President has disavowed his intention be paid, under the direction of the President, summoned shall be paid by the United States. ported to a bonded warehouse in any other

JUT 21,1553. 20 to tht-ir line of business, and solicit the patronage of of Requiring Cub for the Union so soon as it to each of the officers, non-commissioned offi- Approved 27th March, 1854 collection district within the same, and re-
their friuuds aud the CHII bu eon isteully done-that!i., when it can be done
public. musicians and who the
ceIs ptivates, on warehoused thereat and such Lt
JOHN B. GALBRAITH, E. HARVARD, JE, without offering too great violence to the principles ) ; any foods, 4J
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, G. TROUP MAXWELL of international IHW, and stamping the American Executive I twenty-first day of December, eighteen hundred [Public, No. 15.] wares, or merchandise, may be so transported

Tallahassee Florida. February 1.(4( ,) ISM. 5 with a character which) would be disputable and fifty three, embarked nt New York, AN ACT to extend the warehousing system to their, destination wholly by land, or

to it as the temporary ht-adofa peat nation. For under orders for California, on the steamship by establishing private bonded warehouses wholly by water, or partly by land and part
Office tairs in the Capitol immediately DAGlTEItREAN GALLERV this reason it honorably refused to bind the Union inI 1
t: Mjv San Francisco, and who was ou board that ly by water, over such routes ss the Secretary
and for other
( tlic Shit* Clmmher. { Oct. ?. 40 I the triple alliance proposed to it by England and purposes.
OVER IJAE.NARD'S pnro STORF. I France mid which would have iuterno D. P. HOLLAND, rI HE subscriber, lespcetfullv announce to the La1J :;: ; barrier to an acquisition which it was resolved at sea. and to Lieutenant Fratils Key Murray, Ite it enacted by the Senate and House of likewise be conveyed over any foreign terri ''4' $'

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW dif and gtntlenu-ii of Tallahassee and \icimty < to gain. Moral feeling, however is not very and any other officer or seaman of the United Representatives of the United States of America tory, the government of which may have, or

Qulnry, Florida, that their Gallery is open daily for the reception oil fastidious in these matters in the United States, when States navy, who was on board the said in Congress assembled, That from and shall by treaty stipulations grant, a free right
visitors. Sundays exceptcd. Miniatuics taktn of all there i:* an object to be gained-of whii-b the acquisition after the of this act, goods,
1 TILL practice iu the Courts of the Middle Circuit. steamship under orders,a sum equal in amount passage any of way over such territory; and for the
v.m and MIts of the art. Ladies and gentlemen are of Texas is an ii t.ince ; and if we are not much with purpose
% V and of Jackson ind Franklin Counties.Octi.Wr examine their nowoffcrs which to his PY and allowance for eight months. wares or merchandise subject to duty, of better guarding against frauds
invited t cull and f pecin M8. ( mistaken, an opp rtuuity may enable upon
23. 1RS2._42_tf I N. B Instiucticns given iii the art, and all kinds of [ the Americans to carry out the views which 1m cso Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That if the exception of perishable articles: also gun the revenue on foreign goods transported between

WILLIAM SCOTT, 1' Daguerrtau materials for Eae. I IKUIINS l lung engaged their attention and from liib they any such officer, non-commissioned officer, powder, fire crackers and other explosive the ports of the Atlantic and those of

LAW ATTTOHNSY ATT February 11, 1S54. 6 ly Some very unjustifiable proceedings towards an and bonded for warehousing, in conformity any
such the
MONTICELLO, FLA. American ship-the Black Wanioi-by the Spanish payment, from any cause consequent Secretory of the Treasury be. and
MONTICELLO HOTEIi. authoiities at Havana have led to n demand f.ir upon said disaster, his widow if one with existing laws, may be deposited is hereby authorised to appoint special sworn
80 tljan rep
-Juh 80. 1853. APT. NEWMAN bavins closed bis Hotel aration from the American government, couched, us survive him, and if not, th' n his minor children at the option of the owner, importer, con- agents as inspectors of the customs to reside -..

ERSJvIXE Vfe DILWORTH, I t, and the subset ihcr having purchased find'1 F we may supptw-e in no conciliatory language; and ii any there be, shall be paid a sum equal signee or agent, at his expense and risk, in in said foreign territory where such f '
tilted that large aud commodious Brick Building unless the reparation be as amply made as it in impratively public warehouse owned or leased by
ATTORNEYS AT LAW i up in amount to six months pay and allowances any goods may be landed or embarked with
j South of t he Corn t House, formerly occupied as a Tav- demanded, there is a piospect for a d cla- the United Slates or in the private warehouse ,
deceased. And that and ,
the widows
MOXTICELLO AND QflXCT. erti by ilr. Ooodbread.] and known then us the Banner ration i exclusively
Jon Emenjnc, Qmncy-W.S. DILWORTH, MonticelR House takes this ineth
x 'behai cnnve,ted the s-iid building into a Hotel), and : H result U likely to follow.! Hence, Cuba would officers and privates who perished for the storage of warehoused goods of ports of the United States on the Pacific and

July 23. 1S53. 29 resnectfullv solicits a share of public patronage. No I be invaded ; and once it be acquired bv legitimate by this disaster, or who died from disease inconsequence his own importation or to his consignment, Atlantic, and whose duty it shall be. under s .

1UAT1X r. DOlT, R. H. U. DAVIDSON pains or expense will be spat ed to realer those comfortable -i conquest according to the law nati-ms and tlie rules thereof shall be allowed or in private warehouse used by the owner, such regulations and instructions '"
pensions tbe Secretary & '
is certain that aa
it it would *
ho mar visit his houFe. The well knnwr Liv- of war very never again beeurrendeied *
DOBY & DAVIDSON, Stables. >rtneily kept bv Ca]>t.Xewniau.are conne'eted to the Spaniards. Should the govrrn- iu the same manner in all respects as if occupant or lessee, as a general warehouse of the Treasury may prescribe, to bte i '

ATTORN21TS AT LAB, cry 'ith the Hotel. E. E. BLACKBURN. tneiitofthe Unittd States mtfr.'ain thi* intention, the said officers, non-commissioaed officers, for the storage of warehoused goods, such guard against the perpetration of any frauds '

QUINCY. FLORIDA. Mouticello December 24, 165S. 51 the time it very faiioi able to the d siqrz; at, in all and privates had been killed in battle. place of storage to be designated on the upon the rovenue : Provided, That the com
piobabil'ty England and France will be too much warehouse the time entering such
practice in tha Middle] Circuit of Florida, i rityagtd in thfpreient war #0 pay any attention to Approved 27th March, 1854. entry at pensation paid to said inspectors shall not in

WILL in the Eastern Counties of VTe .t Fbi ida.AM .- < MEDICAL NOTICE. tudt'ionond a country us Spain and itt slave im- merchandizeat tire custom-house : Provided, the aggregate exceed fire thousand dollars p4e

business entrusted to their care will receive prompt i iattention. -*-, poi ting colony of Cuba. [Public, No. 13.] That such private warehouse shall be used ; per annum.i : '

D RS. VTM. F. ROBERTSON in Tallahassee A J.and W.atso.'iatd EPPES Politically it vollJ Iff irrong to afi'oia the United AN ACT for the ieiefof! settlers on lands solely for the purpose of storing warehoused i SEC. 6. And be it further enacted, That ; -i'
December 24, 1853. 51 j having located States loptittesx this island: but und and shall! have been previously
commrrciaUy goods, approved -
tlietaf'lv tgtthcr in the pr.ict.ce of Medicine, offer reserved for railroad purposes.He [ the Secretly of the Treasury shall prescribe .
it fitinof tootoonr.'inr ,,
BAKER &McIVER thi-ir Professional Forvioos t<> the public. '; same tiuif we would rather fee it in tnoittt the hands At ofui the it enacted by the Senate House of Rep- by the Secretary of the Treasury, and i the form of the bond to be given fur the

OfTu-eov.r the StfreofM ?sri>.Button.j TIigt4. of the United States of America inCougre.i have been placed ia charge of a proper officer
Jtg -entutives [ of
ATTORNEYS AT LAW i country I hit neither dealt in slates! nor t'derated slave- transportation goods, wares, and merchandise .-
R<+iJcwc of Di. Rcbei tst :i jit the Pat wins* "f the of the customs who together with tu! ;
]lorj Culci it-inuius under assembled Tli.it settler ,
TALLAHASSEE AND QUINCY. FLORIDA. Church. WM. F. 11OBE11TSON, I ry. SO a the government every on from a port in one collection district to
EyUct-jihl of Spin: we never expect to see it other than it is- lands which have been be owner and proprietor of the warehouse shall in another collection!
in the Middle ntid Western Circuits Juu. 28 '54.1 Cm 3.V.. Ei'l'ES. public or may a port district in the *
practise ,
WILL the great slave fv cuj of the woiId. The reason i n ?1 1i > have the of all he merchandise : t
Decatur and withdrawn from market in of joint United States
Florida, and ia the Cauutiea of consequence as provided in the preceding &!*"
i vious all! the great nit>n of Spain-and if
; report maybe
and all the labor
Thomas, GM.M.OLLtG Attention, Farmers. j I credited the great women to'-.itre eu at'ed in I Ins proposed railroad, and who had settled there stored in said warch'-ase, section ; also the time forsarh delivery; and 'Iv? **- '

DiR, A. N. M'lVER, A TTA CHED 1 my 'Lv'ryStbe! .' trade. They aie acce** >iies to the cinne. fr

Ttllahtuiff. Quiu y.Jritiiary \ Li.i a Blacksmiths's! shop iiiVbk-h all and after the fad ; it is in tin oefuii.
2854. 1 i kinds of work appeitnimnjj to that Lus baik what capital they have ; they luxuiiate in the the lands settled on and cultivated by them : house under the supervision of the officer of I war s, and merchandise, to the collector at

jUeb- is doue, in good style at bhort notice, aud ott as ,' bl.o.1] and torture of tlj.-i.* fellow creatures. It is iu Prodded, They shall prove up their rights the custo ns in charge of the same, at the expense the designated port, an additional duty of one
vain that the Governors (Cuba are frequently claan'J.e'd i-iq
JOSEPH H. DcPONT, reasonable terms us at auy oth 'r shop in the city.- such rules and of tlie aforesaid owner proprieter: hundred
to regulations cent, shall be levied
', according: and collected
such Turn I'lovrs, Scojttis.Reids. ini.< s Governor accep s, fthmspss4leits; the per 4
ATTOH :IY AT LAW, Farming. Cleviceo implements, IIel Pin*.
QUINCY, FLORIDA. 1 constantly <>n hand. This will aflfi>rd Furiuers an by countenancing the fclave tiadc. The subject was and pay for the same before the day of stores for the storage of wine and distilled by such bond, or said goods, wares and merchandise

TTTILIj' eontioue to occupy th wffii r cn1ly o rjV oprwrtunity of fauppl\iug thiaiwhc* without -iig brought bt-fvre the House of Commons, afuw evenings that may be fixed by the President's proclamation spirits only, and yards for the storage of coal, may be seized and forfeited for such ,,r

> pied bT the late firm of C. H. J. H. Dul'ont, delayed. P. B. BllOKAW.( 1 since he by took Sit G.the It. Pechell. the uf member fir the iiightn.WIJeIt .en.1i-. for the restoration of said lands to mahogany, and other woods and lumber, failure, and any steam or other vessel, or ve- ,?V J
.nI in the adjacent C uutii-8 of the Middle February 11, 1351.; 6 Sni j opportunity exposing & at the discretion of the Secretary of the *'
Vo I >
practice ket. may, hide such bonded A
nttrnd the terms 1 l'ui. and open manner in which the slave liuJe! la csr- itmat ,transporting goods, wares,
Circuits. He will a1o
ejid VV 9teru lied in the with tie if under 27th March 1854.fPul.lic Treasury, be constituted bonded warehouses and merchandise the
Curt iu Tullahafsee! au.l Miriauua. : ou L-liud; conuivance not Approved master, owner, or conductor
rbe Just Received E. Remington
f Ji.nuarv Supreme 7, 15a. 1 | per the p.ittouutre: of thf local eutL nlies. In cr':. rinmI for the storage of such articles under the same of which shall fail to deliver the same

AFRESH uj>p1v 'if Dnt'CSfcud MEDICINES. ,I tiuti of what Sir G. 1L I'ecLcll said. Sir Jurnet (irahnmiiif No. 14.1 regulations and conditions as required in the to the collector at designated port, shall
OiLs tc ;iui e < packcut -
P. B. BROKAW'S Dye-SturTn. of other merchandise the cellars or
entitled" An act storage ;
were in th<' habit of briiigin:; enrgoei cf slaws to AN ACT to amend an act be liable to seizure and forfeiture.

LLTBY AND SALE STABLES/ -ALSO- the island, whic'i from the convenient potts it arford to di'ide the State of Arkansas into two vaults aforesaid shall be exclusively appropriated Sec. 7. And Le it further enacted, That

TALLAHASSEE, FLOltlDA.HE 500 tJrand.Ounces Sulphate of Quinine D. H. AMES.Farr' ed tot this tiafiio, escaped the vigiUbce of the IJdtisheruser. judicial districts," app-oved March the to the storage of wines or distilled all leases of stores now held-by the United I

--4p---- 22. 1S54. 16DR. third, eighteen hundred am! fifty-one. I spirits, and shall!! have no opening or entrance States for the purpose of storing warehoused k4t
Prf. in April i That Cuba will be added to the dominion of the U. the from the street on which
prietorrould Be it enacted by the Senate and Home of [ except one sep- or unclaimed goods, shall, on the shortejt
j mted States we consider a matter of ectainty, nnd
.. 1. furtn his ieuus and the and different locks of the custom-house
of America rate
of the United States termination named in said leases be
_*_ public, that be has rebuilt _ setting aide the policy of the question, it wiil be a Representatives ,
of the cellars
tkia large lii ick Stabl>*a. at the old land. and isprepareI tiow fortunate event f.-r civilization and iiuniaiiity. i'piiii in Congress assembled, That upon con- and the owner or proprietor or cancelled, and no leases shall be entered into :' .

to accoinm'xlate li friends and eutomers. is now the only country which still clings to tc! slave victioof offenders in the western judicial vaults shall be placed. by the United States for any stores for the

lid alto has attached to bis Stables a good i1ae. /T. I' trale. It n>> longer exists! itt the Ir.izii! iinmui: <>tui. district of the State of Arkansas, for offences SEC. 2. And bo it further enacted, That',, storage of warehoused or unclaimed goods at 4J
\vhere l.e will Lave ke all kinds ,f and there id ever reason to s'lpju-ne that, Mere it not unclaimed merchandise
mitli Shop < ; confinement in the goods, wares or re-
which where there exist
to punishment by port private S3.7't
and work. fni any may auy
io I'ljtitatiou tie Terr vrojk best, iniumcr tliotuig aud with piompUicbS CXmiige aud I t
1 lirgely p.iiil by thii country, \\iih tlo! hope tl.-t 1 it MSI,* court livpjre whora convictions have r sion of by collectors of the customs, may betstored eighteen hundred and fifty-five ; Provided,

8,1M3. 44 tf '' Would, i-i accorda.iee with th.; treaties it Ind ri.&-!<; nny bo had, to sentence convicts to undergo [ in any public warehouse owned or That nothing herein contained shall be con ? < -
y with u Hliind"O tfi! ; trade. It hr.i nr-vir thuwa the imprisonment in tli" penilen'iary: hou<.e of the ![ leased by the United States, or in any private strued to prevent the leasing orbit-lag of such 3J&i; f
K-.ft li"K Mtioi do 1 the
Floor Matting. | to o; on contrary, we this
1 BiiiUh money lint oftcvi pro\d a stimulant t-)tie Stale s-ituatt-d in the eastern judicial district I I bonded warehouse authorised by act, | hu'-Iding or accommodations as may be required *? ?$ !*
A SUrERlOIl! Article if 3, 4. 5 and C-4 Plain and i'iiiteiitiarv | and all charges for storage, labor and other 1
traffic the > for the of the United
the States'
Colnrwl for sale low } I by furnishing IIK-.IUS to carry it < n. When in the same manner as though | use ap- *}4if '*
iV.Apri1 S. 1S.ll.tltiiiy 14; CUIC11LOW iv & BROS.Parasols. we iiu 1 an oliji-ct ouI.i.h ((Srvit Britain has eij>>ndeil house was situated in the wrslern judicial expends accruing on any such goods, wares praisers for the due examination and apprai- *%$%$* .*

wi much m itier, aul on thi zc<-nipi! >I.Tmiit <>f district of the State of Arkansas; and I or merchandise, not to exceed in any case sal of imported merchandise at the ports .*.$. **
;1 which the suck national foelin s we so much eottntr'wtk4t fiig.-crfd. defeated the counties ofSevier and Sebastian in lime the regular rates for such objects at the port !I where such offices are provided by law, nor is
by a country us Spai'i-a
A VERY Superior stock of Silk srod Cotton Umbrellas has noil Wr moral worth nor j>->!iiical iiifluai.'c to command : said State, aie hereby added to, and made a in ques'ion, must be paid before delivery of I to proliibit the leasing or hiring by collectors ',4t:

and I'aiac'ils. frn ale lor l by irppvct or consideration cannot: but regard part of the western judicial district. the goods on due entry thereof by the claimant of the customs, for short periods, with the

: April b. Ib54. 14 CRICIILOW A BROS. JOHN ECLL. its reverses in thU instance with s,,ti facti'iu. Sc-c. 2.! And be it further enacted, That or ouner ; or if sold as unclaimed goods approval of the Secretary of the Treasury, of

Oil Cloths. ROM !:'' '!' II T ; when) any person shall be conuclt-d in the to i le.ili'ze the import duties, the aforesaid such stores as may be required for custom
From the London Gazette March 28th
NEW AND VALUABLE. the dLtm Let of Arkansas charges shall bo paid by the collector out of house of the smaller
A SUPERIOR A ticl M* F\sure\ Oil Cloth for distiict couit for wcstira I purposes at any revenue
: We published enttrday th* oiliciiil! sUtUiiirnl of
J11% F4w'r; muI..II 8 peii iriirii<'leof 6ttiv Maeugu- Th roost powrrful% Kinc "ti the ti"t of the El'-Vf now wh'it the! Foreign 3 Secretary of State inUuiUio l OrtCV'th% f'r furtiiturt- for sale IMW byAp.lieiS54. rrlenii In th. Am.nmn I:> ni1 lip The such in to the t1"" '
Fiipn-ni > required
| pn *r of proceeds treasury ,
14 CRICIlInVBoots TROS. of th erotw.I hra'Uof Kur> he l puibued m the war \vl.i'-h hii Ix-i-n at ln>t [.nssage of this act, the pmii.-ht.u'.itfr part no collector or other officer of the customs
Ien fOiuptrpl to tliil nf our \uiiTiran Ki"'i titcl.in-.l ; l.ut it gut little practical iiif imatiMi Lithe the punishment, whereol is iwpii.-oim't-r.t by I by existing laws. And any collector of the shall enter into any contract or agreement

and t-hoes. Ktiropomi Kinffn 'nplo the pn..rr TMU-J in,t'lem to nici cant lie ct'iimainity of vl1't ih it wa hot pievoiisly :- said cust rims is hereby authorised, under such di for the of to be thereafter
tn'rwuM- puni.-hment
the TV lie* of the rich miu lordit. .;.'] o r-Iu. the laws now existing, the use any building
to mrr.nJ\ ilrjmoUtion. flip (..s ce l. If \ve uiiilrrstcml? the Lw. j.< l.iidi'tun and be
gmirr nI 'l ] regulations as prescribed
poor ;wn- sh.-ill be confinement retli't'S may erected warehouse
stPF.t1 article >f Fiewlj Pump S.iVrl F.i-w.tu.[ dent Oiir Amrrirxn Kin; fnff furtti with njuul ulliing.Drun liy L.rd Ci.irendoa. .iienmv's pro.I'icc, if 'liirj'.l! | or part of tl.e punMinieMt as a public store or and
j Super Lw Quarter PxU-iit L<'.itl>or SJiix-s. \\ithBruH to t>!to intit.s.r(ih!loru :nji
n, the same l*Mig !ii 4 f tinu-, and hall lie carried tn due notice, at public auction any unclaimed '-e taken for a longer period than three years,

LIic.;i Slip)|fib, Bw.kiis, am] flniti 1 f> r Mile li>nI'v" nIIL's j' \\lutcvi-r may: IK ti U-fctiiati>. But if n 1'iit '\ into efiect n? provided in the prectdi sec'OIK good, wares or merchandise deposited in nor shall rent Le paid, in whole or in part, in ?Q ? .
April 8,1S54. 14 CR1CI1LOW 4 t }KKOS. rnIn ish j piopi-rty, 411 r )>hiipc] IIEA li1C U ll "
in value
from damage, leakage
Fans. tr.vie with the enemy, but not u'.hi-ruiie. It is certainly Sec. 3. And 1 lt- it further enacted, That depreciation Sec. 8. And be it further enacted That

A SUPER Stock of Super Fading, Spnuibh and'' the'flneT TtNTH,T offrreJ XUiMiKR to cr ftlicrJ Till WORLD liuumnl-jr kii.l; to tinKr the
X Palmetto Faus. for eale low l by> | mil i'-iii", tlia Imrtor *!! KIJ. n-lu-f H .t jour djtTrrUK com-- .-*- ; it ld\b down n>i gciicral ruK- an.] the c<>udu'ion of an act utilk-d, An net to reguhtc- the intorcoure be likely to prove insufficient on a sale j hereby, authorized, upon production of satisi it.,. ,

_April 8. IKS4. 14__ CKIPIJLOW 4IIflOS._ | emu tiling I olio Yout inanii-al i-ri'pt; r tae..iii-Jy iiuffrrrjlU'.iii All is th.it i-vciy case will have to be dpcidcd on its j jfpecific wiili the Indian tiilx'S' and preserve thereof, to pay the duties, storage and other i factory proof to him of the actual injury or
( mvtits
tlr'Ttu not thf ]*-y <>f tln-ir I>uii ii.. Ufore our A-Jmiially Courts. It TtRsJ the frontiers, appioved' thiitieth t of diaries if buffered to remain in public: store Instruction in whole or in of goods
1 s last on part any ,
) and
Segars. Till vonilrrfu! niO'lirtiif. VERY Superior article of Scgar. f.r Pale l y I ICHICHLOW lit tutr, Jocu,.ii, iiu cmrwJ II:4I.I.il.1.| | M tlie hirtu ofUiou I will rt-jnemb. r the cxatic] delay and nnuoyauce June, eighteen ImndreiJ and' thirty four, : wares, or merchandise ; by accidental fire, or
A ,.aii 4 I1ROS.) : which such prix-ee.liny were attcndtd.I construed: to extend or aplv: to other castiality, while the same remained in
fore Trfr'lr.( i it only M m piinful nJ iuinihlii rxinU'iicoTo
April S.1S54. J4_ _ the wind* i'li .11 l.lmnirijt Eiil.r.joj.: : I'aio I Th FIN i.i.pi Secritaiy appears to have taken for countrv any of t the laws enai-t-d for the Dts- I SEC. 3. And be it Anther enacted, That | time custody of tht* officers of the customs in
Killer ku notliic any warehouse under bond t tor
Gold Pens. K-N prorUiiu th uii' uf tin |;reat Aium.o ay that he has been EUtct bful ?in hi tt jet of Columbi.i, and that j thy public or private 4J
King ft I'-tni,1' k |>rri.tr 'ion n> ii.o..J] M>|<*|/ of TCRI tabl very ouinrmu of the said act. whichurovMes ouned or occupied by private individuals, in the stores
Gold P for wilf by .. I jtaryuf.n (lie Old author. Lord (.'lareu l..u further in the twentieth secli-ui, appraisers' Undergoing ap-
Super 'nii. ani r"i pruIuI bjr America' owu rich mid < f
BACLEYS CJUCHLOW & BROS. boIthLeuuR .il. liys down the law to be. uccordirijj to his reading and for the punWi.nent. of otufnccs Ueie- j shall be used as a wnrehouse for merchandise -1 nrni-al in nnpgnanxa ftf !L... *._ -........II ...- -t kJ:

April 8. 1B54. 14Perfumery. \Ve iroulJ ak the IAT>IU..who are alvsyn comjirt ntjudgn of will* i* and "lint 1 not a vlut.rfasniii) medicine ill specified, lessee thereof
to do in a Prial| fjror l.> (mine the KIIIJ cf I'aln j still remain <-ticiii\' property, notwith-tanding it is1 committi.said, ( offences m the the owners, occupint or portallon under bond from the port of entry

$ eIlIgI.l- trial, aii'l if ra'ixtnctor.t. .ek iu behalf, rncuiiiaicui k. ;e4k well and 4ttri "t it, itwil be country or to any:
A SUPERIOR etoct of Etigih. French nn--1 G<*r- I and .Ir that it it ta d by lint afllictrd in-iitilKiM.! Tim oiNi'Jcmnod. \vlinie\erniayU its dvstiua.I Indian who na- such si'curities us may be approved by the bate or refund, as the case mayjbeoutjo(
.man C.4eue'..Real LuuiiA Lxtrnfts. hut. d6 -., Ladw artia4wn< h&riutbk,aud liQ tln-y induce their ti.n. Pcil.irt.: | it may be of uee t".. remii.J Lord any ofiemice in the !Ini iii country of the Treasury exonerating and any
Juieo j11.kVIE&U Ltttnk.ir Iluirlt.toyntjye, I'lIt. uOtiri'i fn''i'd t ) u f tliU really Tamable iiiedH-nie, f LLiicinloii that this was umie of the emu.-s of the lat punished by the Inrnl law of! .he tribe, Secretary i money in the treasury not otherwise *ppropriattifthe -
Lou's Kntj ,, they will be doing an art of beiieiri/lrur that they can between the United States and its officers 1 duties
lon' InvigoraV Tri (ipS holding amount impost paid or
eii be f 1 bin i a Hiaerful aI truly' m-i iralrvwedy % U.K..b, Hj
ou, wu1 a pr Ht vnrioty 'efvl&t.ap <>rnitl dinuM-ii.( nrr*. .arIIua, burun, I mori a ; und it i is our U-licfth.it, if lime same r ruatiou or iii, nmy case over such harmless Irorn or on account of any risk, loss accruing thereupon ; and likewTv. to cancel

turns. Hair Oil*. Ox MHHO Fle h !1'iv- Ice, and Inr many iu'erual aJCiriluuii.I Kiiacwu.ui tire, be haul| recourse to in the war now iJcclar it the e Iu-ivc jurisdiction wild lii- of any kind or description, connected warehouse bond bonds.
dor. Pink arid \VhiU>. Lilly Wl.itc. Ij uid ni, Forty deposit or
lb lnjinom ffToru iu Ui UJOal deiiuau: .aM-a or year said wit or arising isfaction thereon in whole!
leant in
dwed Rouge, P 'n'vt li.>rcs and PuiT.SIialu Creams the i woalb-M ounc.itutiou.It j e.npsed since the war with, America, awl itt these than tr.bes, per-tively, and aiijrtulngmnet merchandise in the warehouse or part, a* the.
and C'.mr.'uuds S' aps and \Vnt-h H *. in great ubunJane U ciitir..ly uwirM to follow the oH nn.l' worn-out i forty year*, the United Stattu have iucreaoei! won with this act be, and the keeping of the case n.ay be.
*. f. r sale ly ClilCULO i LltOS.Apnl y.t.ui ol biistsu. to tile pul-hc thoucuid of certiB- rfully. mther, wealth, their power-b-th moral inconsistent aforesaid ; and all imports deposited in any SEC. (). And be it farther *niidThs

B. I$5 4._14 tate.but lw of nt-WUU.LT& (K-vTiruird l by tln ki1lCIIid.\ lluil rtaLt It cosii i h4WeL1.4tIkj anil piitical-aimd in their commerce ami same i is hereby repealed. That public or private warehouse authorized by the of the .
___ > ccui. Lu try it; iuidf navic-itio-u; turther enacted, Secretary Troasory band? U
Negroes for Sale. rrputHtmti on tie King of IVlu doing all and Can we auppoc. tluref-rc, that they will now submit Gee. 4. And be it fire this act, shall be at the sole and exclusive authorised from :
Bore lhau ha claiuii f>>r it. to a rentiiution (in their whiiTBwIl hereafter hereby, time to.time to establish
We would ask., t4i jon IhJ : ihrumati or Goui: commerce which they repu. any white person risk and expense of the owner or importer.SEC. such rules an-j
about 52 out-house
jearsof npe. n diated forty f house rtgobtinns. not inconsistent
tbe 1 V'.H fci.J we know tint to set ,
Woman about 22 years, with her four children. you would like to .Iiave o.nipuniuui thru aw*> u toou asu Let us suopohe a ship under the American flag ta- or attempt other building, in. saul India, 4. And be it further enacted, That with the laws of the UnUed States,

For terms, tc, enquire of F. II. FLA GO.Apru &hJJn u. king in a c.tr'o of 1tmmian pro-hice at llaml! >ur or cabin, stable, or belonging ; and any all goods, wares, and merchandise, which for the due execution of this act, as he

15. 1854. IS_ ItCU.'S KING OF AtNV Memel, for a port in the United .St te,___will the -country, to whomsoever out be hereafter duly entered for warehousing deem to bs and may
WotI4 you U cured almon immedlittjT, of Bowel be subject t ship iu .
with BiLtisli Indian ., all merchandise
Comptkw. J) bv bond and likewise
HOUSE iBteryfcuinmrrix uuliilntthnlera Jlur- __ i .l-_ ?--M-*- under; acts and rwirta of *rJa .nnflitn ik ,t.
MONROE bun, trauip folii-, Uend Ache. TIX.UI, ur any ..tber 1Mb* cruisers nnu uio- cargo KI conjcJiiuation, before ajuize house, cabin, stable or other buiuung, in warehouse under bond, "
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. or (Wla, La reiu dy u Dimple aud tU cure rLuu. couitf I Or, will the Americans suflVr their ships to orb lawful pUS. now remaining act are bereky. reptafoi. 1
USE THE GUEST KING OF VAIN. id l>e (letaincd nti.l Pe.irched, while the ownership of Indian country, whole!; or m part may continue in warehouse, with payment of Approved 28th March 1854.
w11-1nownJotd )having rtasswl from Would bavijour" Sorw the 1ms to bn deiermi.ed The session of a white person, for a period of three years .o
rI'Hl3 those jou gwetlii.j! c u, Duma, cargo United Suites consumed or not duties, thereupon, ; 'tr't'
t. hands of'Jlr'.E. P. Moyrv. iotn ff; Scld th ItruuM, or aujr-uU.tr- ituuud, ItJJ, WU repeat it ii w eii!l kiHiwil. vyil not submit in any eucj, \nwn.venimice. whether the same be and shall from the date of original importation, and A Wa&aingtou ktur avi: *A Soutfterv op*. #
4ukirrd notice V *
thorn* proprieior.-gircs' to U Mony.
; Those matters which Sail of a '
'.MGtCAt1QOFP1N. arc mtut'bo cousideied be deemed guilty be withdrawn for consumption on due posktai M (mutually fomJry gint JM>msk .-,
e.is prepared to ente/taiq. traiihirn'ttnuaMrmcutomei iu time ; we cannot have one lw fur American dims, confinement and .mpr.son-. may TU rv ia a tide vitMure* a* in theaUmfl4mn,9.*
n4 ,Tritli the b.*tlhe boose af Would you b* cured of teild Head, Stiff Joint*, Sort other be punished by and payment of the duties and charges,
iind another for The} than twen- entry
fords,and at M reasonabl lad- Throat, NearmtgU,*or. linaat, ldtuibacvT t mil of.: 1hboue a ont iii tfl0W11I' Worm, SpU A3.&La. Tites of I'aiwmou IOMJCU, CbappedUaud4 land with) Russia amounts to several millions i in the merit, or upon Witty for exportation, without the the Suuthrra mm In Congesa-Sen&tos Bell and .
U vtlfsunpiie.Vith! icmnti, ;and and all tn.\t t fort*, icb.r dry or ruumtig, wtwy year, and it must not bo supposed that it is carried oa ty.oue nor less than two yeara enacted That payment of duties, at any time vrithiu the Boutins and MtMra. Tfcnton. !ont a?d CoUw. of
every to make coinfiirtatt/. a iaa.ud ii*, TOf a iKiitor is Dr.Jbbu Ituu'i it farther ,
guetj* for the exclusive benefit of Russia 5. And bare the KorHKra
the Sec the the
U> pntr, -" ; on contrary, assault aforesaid ; in latter eaa<\ the j..ind 9ppoutkx\
epr favor hirii 'pr p1ee tij .e :: : ow r* ." it will be found that British! merchants have the greatest VhiO person who shall make an period the to the ebra4biTL-SnoAJrre& ,
may 'iU An exeell&t ,. wQI, yoa b* eurtd of Klnj'i Krll,Canotr,Tumor*, pecuniary interest in it. This ought to be a ally other person, or any Indian'WbO goods to,be subject only to payment of
Livery etb1. .A tbLE4L <3. A. BRYAN. Erufctt oi. or any dkMM of the Skin e u.eY by'iuipurtblood. inducement to the Government not unnecessarilv strong to upon fl Indian, or a white such storage and charges as may U due 'Ltnih8er 2v-opo:4: ,* .u Ai'ru.-Tlme Wasbmgto
Tallhasee!! January 7 th'i V's Dr.Jse Hull's 8r< p rllta tzatvroIiy, shall make aim assault upon
; 1S54. i u I" UM JDw T Ma *JKMrn 4/i votbin oo U mortDB..JOflM throw difficulties and imp duneuts io the way uf our country, with a thereon : Provided, ftoxerer, Tkat whereJhe MJI k h 2 Ir Europe '

MILES-NASH ps&aLi hs a ii al4ctulIl cure.e commerce. We again, as wa have on former occasions rson. within said Indian other duties shall have been paid upon any goods, oily more tbaui vme.Iel.r onn, veiy ur
fit CO.. : BULL'S reeotnuiend the policy to be adopted for which rifle, sword, pistol knife or any merchandise entered for *TU* Aat Iiiui apmTwD as djtty thm 1

Dealers In Drugs, Mediclnei &c. p'IK'CLVAL ovrict, th* United States contend and which we hope eventually gUfl deadly whh inteot to kill or maim wares, or consumption Enprni'vf i-.sbows th. stst
WOaPOD said duties shall not be refunded exportation >
to Me the established law of nations for shall be deemed godof oa das't oss (the
TlTOULDiiifonn boos aaaaulted.
their! r&isr Oi awi every
TF they have on band a fiieods good and the public* that Tim. Ca0 L.oU1TILLZ, KY. maritime country-that the neutrality of the fbg the prU so and AM 0" convcton, bnunUbed of any such goods, wares, or merchandise Pr_ Xsi.iii) .fl ritl tb. s.ui4.it i iUunsry
assortmeat of such shall the If it bo felony. > sad Lsmsbsdy. Tie
rtcIos protect cargo. adopted by England ty without the limits of the United abr.
ar are b their imprisonment, ,
and generalJj kept liue of bushes. fOEBAW WpfBOOim*MHOTASTSrilWIKm. iu the present war, it will aare much of political difficulty witt. onEaement.and That there tuition we know !is to be relied on n farnigp dfrli -
will be States providedfurther,
: And
reoeivinj regularly tk mpplie. Thuir OUr 111* CS1TID STATES. and bickering, and it will secure to Kngland with hard labor, for not more than, fire years i le ebrlw ; tad therefore, place nur-J-dv
&llb raaozb1m.&fl4badpru2thlm.. shall be no abatement of the duties.or allow- "
U IX H. AMES, Agent, Talltbawe. tbs support aod friendship of every commercial country ( $- one vcar. I

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Jaaiioe from s.n Opponent.T'iei V Ifortiicrn and Southera Whigs.If Duwters at Sea. I The May Party. : D4q. otwfsui E..'

I i ; '! <. ere m.4 runny Whi.j j jrt'.iui'* h'idt the ..V.in [ ( oiirii'ai .-re lv :iy honesty iu parties, any adherence The ITfvTork Courier re-cupitulates the nnroer- There is nothing Biore inteiesUng tooM mo can V Arritml of the Pacific.Tb .

..- i/ 7 tiljiu.;'; in hV.i ne.ul 1 xpcrt to t(1.l to ri...iplf. skrur determination to the ont marine cafastropbes in tb last '(-ur mootbs. appreciate the beautiful, the innocent and tha pore i ia -
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_j; ., ) trablea JiibuU to the Adin.'uVtratiou; any pursue U. S. Mail plSc wilJ'1J7 *
i steamship '
of Partie
right rcgiirdlcM of consequracce, the union between The total number ofpmoqs vio perched "bo tie human nature, than one our May such at ""
F 11 wt : itwof the Ith La* arrived.
: /-V.-i Ile y.rloiil I irl.yrcfr, Ai.nl 17Mr ]) 'I' ( T.LAI1VSSIF. the Wiii s of. the South and l the North is forever at anend. Powhaltnn. including the ofBcei'and'erew, Ts at ten'ttwo We had the pleasure of being present at on Tuesday &Co.'s circular report the cotton tales MiIig fur

'pPt 4-, 0 D ibliin, the S < r' ry '>f the* Navy, in 1 hi* reply --- .- -- V Pvecent dit. iuieious on the Ntbni&a IM1: show hundred nnd twenty; on bonrd flip Taylrur, her. at 20.000 bales. Quotations aa fOllows

:: toOnpt Inrahan, : dated Atycwt 19, 153 says : that as between those two wings, theie U uo ejmpathv. wrecked in the Irish claim?!, thiec* bnn
r "This Department does not feel e.tI.dn to enlarge Saturday, May 6, 1831.TERMS. n > iifTinity.iio congeniality. No wider enty ; on board the Staffurd-Jiire, wrecked* /ff Cnp nnl I boys s.f our city celebrated em that day the departures FairUphi Middling Orleans. ... .. .

on th\ tl 'tH of 5atern.it; ional IHW involved Ti Sable hundred nnd eighty and board Winter and tbe nlutn iii Spring, with her &L *
uld cxi than exist one ; on the
L 1 < < ton any question *, on i Middiug Upland........
; i ii 11..* I ;..fe : |Govei H cit ad.'ptcd c.I1c4rw.L by Ties stioae .-Thiee Dollars per annum if paid in unrH the Southern Whigs pr ve false and ,,iereant ateanubip San Francisco, onu hundred and thirty- flower" anti balmy! bree-ns. In (isis our Southern The market doted under a g id tWuimno; '*
iiM : aJiHCce $3 50
r V epie may : ifpai.J witliiu! six mr-nll s of the ti.ioefenlrtctibing soul the making! in tb ->e diasters alow a total les of clinic, it iiSVi heretofore always been the case that the above 2,000 bales w ere on peculation jexporter.
J' hm-.tflcr become n hjtt of di.usjon. l etwteu ti>or ) V rnd 4 (Od rt the end Cf tin' Ad- unh s they sell tlt'nIPelveL'! body cid two gram ? .. Western Canal
Year. floor
If- poctire ftvi ii'ii nt* it: .-rete-d. I doom it projKM vcrlii etneit .. One ltllar ] cisqui.ret.f I 12 lines 1'r f.rpt, ili\i-ior.8 cannot li.nijrr act together. T>'show the nine hundred human lives. Tin average anqual loss heats of summer have prevailed lonjf before the first 40s. Yellow Com b quoted at -lit closed at

V : t ]prcset to content myself liy asirmj; you tbst the1'iiiilciKc and fifty Cent* for allsnbceqi.t in'ItiinF. An- vaft gulf which separates them, we quote the follow" of life on the Atlantic does not equal the loss of these of May, which, in more Northern latitudes where the Lard closed better than last reported, "Wbit Tat *

Ii pr'>!i jjtiie.v; niiil npirit which, marked tbe'j n.nsncetr.enls of cai.did.Mcs. l-"i e Pi.llnr m 'h afiwsto f,.ur nhipi alone within tbe last four months. We custom originated, is really about the beginning of 87*. % '
V e >art bx re i'i! the t."t u .iciion 5 k by thi ing iignluVant paragraj>b fiom the Albany Slate llfiVrr m
you apjwwtJ )bo paid in adrnii'c.
ratuLition Kelivions. Obiti) :r.ry nndMiir- might add to these four other ships; Dot |heard from Spring, but on this occasion owing to the lateness ot [ Nuihing new from the 'East, except tb
; It i i. of
I l Dpartment matter that the the n
? l a riae Nttk.iot ex'ecding 12 linsvi1)) be piblM.cdUn'tis. acknowledged organ ('V llie Silver Otays" > I ..f five Russian
i* :. nnYir terminated witUtut a resort tj co.lii-ion audit Norci-tifientes aud % lkhi. there, is too good reason to believe'bavperished. the reason, Winter had barely time to escape being capture merchant ship .
t of th th.it in- which .
of 1 La'
publication of estate v ; the Northern V."Lfc' party ; Ihe Africa arrived out on the lCth.it Ifrhfatr'Weather
t f L1siLV or legal tv.ticcs of The: steamship City of Gl.-ngo! *', sai'ed! present at the eeler-ratii-n! of his own departure
4.a. deeripti.I Will be
nay \
been audI
i ; gen held uji ..8 the inottle'val) to the con'titnin>n
k The csidoiit -"res: that up< u all occasions mi'1 i iiu inlil the ad7ertiiug fee is pad. from Glasgow fur Philadelphia, 011 the let of March We bad bad! S'IOc inti.natiun before hand that the *
nil put 4F tlitf jjlobciMted )by tie American I he rights of the Soutk Speaking of the Northern in AlabamaCiuauartur
V j jmvy T.'itli some fur hundred souls! on l board> and baa never time honored cu trm would be kept up on the day *
V t Iherisjht* and pr-'pvrty of American citizen Whigs, the firgii-Ur :- AprS SOL/ *
::4 f\\\\\\ \\ b, vutrhed, o r with \iplHnci; : nnd protoetcl I Ici. The r.itrc.r* and fi iend of the Leon Female AcaJmy They will imnt con-ent says that slavery shall march sisue been fpoke-n. The Leviathan packet ship aforesaid, and we determined at flee to be presentWe A frost, followed by" a light snow, is reported io tL

1. w'uli r:ur.ry ; but he Tnth no less eni-nesti-uss cuj'jjua ( arc lequostwl to meet nt the School lUmi on forward 'i.o $fi >t ii.to teritiorj: eonsi-cia'ted by anjicnt sailed from Yew York on the 22nd: of No\ember, and always! are preser.t on s-wh oecans, not only interior of Alabama ilucb replanting will bscom**'

T; it upou the utfWi H t'f ilm t&y to excnrim eluecvuituci next Friday moruin?, ((12th inf,) at 10 o'clock.] A I laws end solemn e-ompacts to fice labor and free ii.i- the Lucia Field about the 1st of De-cumber, both f,r fi(.m the- pleasure we derive from the contemplation uecesaarv. Cotton seed is scarce. V
V ( to avoiJ the o'.ijbtwt: infi: action of' the l zice ofj
q itj' 415 flU] scrupulously cjjard the lights of others, i iKtppcct punctual attendance 5s rcepftfiilly{ ,requested. tuti"The!!= Union arrayed Liverpool, ant I no account of either has been received. of the beautiful atid the social enjoyment which we New York Markefc-Stona.
whig of the South' have
rmtionn and with the -_- ? The Iaun.les left Boston there have but it always carries back in
the flags Athor : moiepri tlemstlxcsiu: I, fetor it> the Nobraj-ka ineaMire. Tlie clipper) for Valparaiso e-n may ; us Naw YOaxApni't *

Je you can dcmaud respect frr your own." Survey of the Indian Reserve.e Union Whigs t'fttle Xoitli aie nu'aaitt it. U.." <>r the the 23d i>f October, and nc-thiu' i. known of her fate memory to the happIest days! of our life, when we Cotton 01 Saturday was dull. with sales ofSOQI
V bales. Hour
These brief; ofticijil extracts happened nnt to see learn from aehiiigtoo that an order baa been other must give way ( the paths of the two will here The numb.cf biigs and sch-Hnicrs, and other Mjviller formed oi.e of the youthful train of the Queen of May, I lower, 81 to *continues> uiHbanged. Coru H a triiSt
4o. before their apjiearaaee iu print, or we should have 'isued' the after lead in diTcrei".t( direction Time Union whigs } were clewing quotation. Coffee TM
pirpcr Jpai1ncnt. directed In the Snr. vessels wrecked upon our coasts since the b'gin- as thoughtless! as happy as any there : and though qu.etRu> cloeiug at lli. '
felt b 'irad in candor to their Sugars firm
accompany} put.licati- of the North have sacrificed much already. They were with
V mill font expression of the )pl .atne which they gave j vcyor Geneial tf Floiida for a sun-cy of tlw Indian will sacrifice no tuuie. They will not give up their lung of winter, has been fearfully great. These vessels the stern realities of life, siucc have robbed us of some 2se.havana: b at 6j. Molasses firm, Orleans bone wortS

, L,4 t. We pet foria that duty uoxr, and we re-hiert. thee Reserve or X-utral Un-uud of twenty mien! b. i.erinjtbe } opposition to tin abrogation of the Mi-ouricon>pioniise are peculiarly exposed to the dangers ofc .agt of our buoyancy and enthusiasm, they cannot entirely ca'ks at pints btc. Turpentine In Uewin active, with taUaef UOO

;% 4g strive!s above that e>ur render innv re-pcn them dittikt ( f euntry now in the occupation c-f the nut! if n-fusiiuj' t.) ilo s > will en'ate a 'sectionaldmsion navigation. This is not merely in consequence of their deprive u* of those dreams of hnppiue which fair 51 70; \\iluiirjgtou.. ,The COO casks sold atfl *"" t

., j.4_ .* .3 ami judge of our appieciation$ We confer. on readinj Seniinole Indian This is a movement which ha- in 1 55; the fault or the lolly) will not he with size, but because thy are ulmost uniformly vrak- faces, beautiful flowers, music and moonlight so often -storm checked bnsizkS.J
them afre h ('urselves. v. e know m t nlikh rnatrP,4 t tto them. Thus nucli the whigs if time South may know
: at'lmire-e high pihiciplie :nid hom ruble ftM-'nr g lttng been urged i.pon lie Depa tnw.t by onr deltga, and .ndor tand. whetlur thr\ are entitled to know banded and) coinniandctl by men of limited nautical have and always will produce upon us on tie first of Kiecellaneou

4, .e. v ineeJ by tbc naval cci'imnmlfr under iuot ti, \ inijcircuniMaace tl-n in Cimgirs lie effect will be to I-i ing the hn.'smbiaeed her not.Vbuh, <'rin lS5rt we are to hate n national skill, who owe their position chiefly to the fact cf being Hay. terriLrc l>AtTtte K, April J0_ *

l 4; ? ; tbe piopritty judgment nnd kindness, < in the Reserve into nmik&t and throw them : era sectional division of pmtics fv>r the presidency' part owners. Tbe amount of property de truved The young folks had selected as the scene of their A cua.t from storm here La* been experienced along t tb{*
V Vf viUi nbicb the aet of the offic-t-r treated tbeJSecittery'of will the of the Unii>nwhigsof sea to Boston. Ou Thursday U e or
wi. by or not, depend cuur. *
to settlement. itp4i
S'b'Li'.Ae The Government, however has
-pen ,would di-" been enormou*, reaching in tho case of all disasters stival. a grove near the Citholic Church, where they caloric ship! L't icsin. with a graat Dumber of
the national
1 Navy Departmciit ; or live liuinane the South. If to preserve the pas ea
I tL..i.j4; : : ;: nid ju-t niMtinientd LichXr.i Dobbin so finelvfri>rfesU act wisely if thh trp were follow**] onv pit jug 'i ieion.* the naticinl whigs of the North are to sacrifice on the Atlantic, during the lat year, to a fignr' erected n Throne and) May Pole, after the old fashion gets oa hoard on returning from a trial trip TU .

,'H ./'i" ;" ed u be half | water as to sink her in a few miautst
tl '.1 *ly )Ms i reply' to Capt. In.jrahatn.: The rules of conduct *. i I Nt-bnisk.i mraacre: t then n 1 can
2 !'v'i.V ,1))' f'r our naval commanders abroad laid down by the Tbc order for thcfurvcy, will exL-t. tn) this subject the whigs of the North Vtrmd.
.a ':: issued on the llthull-! dex, leyuud ten milliof.-* of dolla' the lofty branches of that our most beautiful tree. At she is imurtd for ..500,000The storm off the tor-
[ *< ; ..4I ?, President in the last paragraph, of tbe SecietiuVs let are together. They arc a unit and will be a unit m'ISSG. bur
- > n.- > ter ate taut in our judgment, iu clc-anie, I The whigi'if the South thmM uiulor-tanH this place, about five o'clock in the afterooen, cur citizens proved so severe as to detain the Arcticand other
: surpassed
I' Weather !
I : Crops, &c., in the East. steamers until 9 ockck, this morning.It .
From the DI troit Free Press.
tt'1; ju-itice discrimination: or beiuty, by any State paper The Alligator Ahtrtier in I this now, nr.il make tn their nundt to regard it as one bad assembled tO witness the con-nation. After H stated that Mr. Bentoa intends
;I' V'tVl.*. :.. f sniilar; nport. We confer we are pioud to (ee an article e-n the recent -' ,f the fixed facts cf the time*. The Uuon wbigs of Mr. Fillmore a Locofoco.hxPicHdent a good deal of waiting, the Queen Mi s L**** S****, to out the opposingfteip.propriation .
:* maxims and honorable the unsea onable) wt-athcrin that section, W the North" b've fiatunize necssary carry GacUJenTrcatraud
so just eo to couLtry, sent fay s : < hartnoi.y. Thev loxc to : Fillmore '
make *
occasionally a speech and fur train of fair courtiers made their to move a committee of
fr.vlly investigation.
I .' abroad by our Oovcrnment. egret that the crops Lave suffered, we fear serious with: tlitir bntl-ren t>f the St-mii. lliey j.ll.i'r'bic- on hm southern tour. lie ma .e one at Vicksburg. in appearance V

I'S. -_ injury, from the repeated nippmgs to whieh the late tiinial i3ii.ioiand wiuld gadJbtcrr.te! all jeal- which be ejKjke of that portion of the Mis."iiippi t alley preceded by a herald, who announced her From the Washington Star-21st.

4 ; : Cuban Affairs. frosts have subjected them, and should! we have (.ut.'V'L and K\try' f.elinjr if di-eord, but they have pomt. bring the ceiare (>f the r public, uiot indeed then Highness and conrt in great style, who passed tLrough ,

.L..vq :..: r A eepoauleat of tbe New Yi-tk H ialj. writing .' the verge nf iiiduramt they lue snrrified every j iiblic with it* prtFciit limitfr C.nada." said) he. the throng, tex-k her seat with much dignity upon the Washington News anti Gossip

Hji 'i t.it4; if;V' from Washington, under date of tl.e 21et, ea\s Coin-; away more such pells! of eeldratb.-r, it would not thing but their hon.-r to attcin'reJulN so Jesirjl-le and j with a glow of fe-chng nnd a kindling of th s ec, "M Thr' ne. and was crowned by her venerable" Bishops Tne FBAXKLING PBIVILICE It is held iu the Pest

I* 'V* fe ** *** V nmloie Newton, Conimarider of the Home Squadnn, need a prophetic eye tu scan the result, or predict the they will fs.ciifscf no L.t-re. If the consequence i is |1 knock. fcr admitt.-iM.H', and Mexico \'Ui! t bo jrl;11 O3Ice Department that tie (rankling privilege is not

ii'i\ \: I .t i''V! hate iuteniew with the Prosidint and Secretary of have lest thiir cettou cr<'pf. and Itve pli'uh.t1 tbe'r ty they can only IVeglet t it. The bkin.c will ntb j |i p ;lit or wioiy, we stand with open arms to receive their hormge. after the most approved manner.nt the conveyance ot the mail ; that a Ittter, properly frai
i. V If"?' r* -f; % tbc Xa-. It i is understood that tha conduct (.f Coin1t I II V with them. The pon-ibilit r. thrgn-rv. or tli'S-hnme I|I them, fv it i* th* nmiiifttt f tin* *' wrnnt'iit feet f.f their liege. Well might she he pre.nd of thai is entitled to be sent free of postage ly hot,.,,

,f'f i ,,,'t *lf 1 nu.doteN. in rufjsln; to saluw the Spai.i fLig at laiitn! anew, aad *o wed CTU frcm tLeir inability t" pri. "'f u1i n vi event* will rest with the tfniou Whig e'f tu itiiiritff the illill1'nth A.nntcan; ntmtiit. j i homage, for, in the language of one <>t the Bishops stage, railroad, steumboat, e>r any other mode orw

I 4 l" '"'*%r'V H.nana, w'tilst! a 'inJtiita.Klintr ixb-ied between cute am tber st ply t f seed. In our immediate ceti"n the SouL" That is just what the dur.ix.n.to said ten \ear3 .go,, hich! the mail may be transported. And further

J1 **'! .4 J. < 1". gnverttrtent and ''t.at of I pr.i.'i, has iret w kb the 'however, the ccee i ii nwie f* ve>rablet th< ugh to a slight Nothing could be more clear! emphatic arid threat when the c ,utet ulut annexing Texas we goiij en. the whole earth iloew not contain any other throne, that the franking privilege i ia a personal one, sixt

* *,ft-J' ..'. lull .f the PftFiJeIt.A 'Hie: f-r restriction liitn. had -. built of and travels with the person possessing it.
i '> Approval j jj. cittnti.lv. i eur.g titan thce decLtratieii The S..utbernVhigs whig* were We i-iuugh j Though gf.JJ hedged with steel,
., ? ,' '. 1,1,.. ... ... (' ,1qnq.. r.t.. .... .)..n4. t $ tirriti thought. If ehoiil! .1 Commodore New ton, the comojioder of tbc Bum
', ',' 1 s V g MV '-" ? n ry tiny we get n.o-e, Where *
"a any America
;uJr-) i F f* tLitthvy yj may be a difScultr be'wem tie Unite ; 1 he ecarcity e f f provision* is bfcon'Ing; rather eta i.iu-t IID-.V see, and) see pla'nly, in the woru'j of a co-1 I' we should f.d! t ii pieces. But we got Texas HI spite Young would kneel suadrun, reached Washington this morning. tfa

:' > ',*: States aud ftpai'i: whi'-b' T1 h-aJ to the .vinib'.liti' ik.;..* -.-Feet. and cculd tl.e ii'juiy to the cotton cror* tempcn-ry, that the paths of the two vugs: nf the of them and I uh is. ny mw ? And we have since After each on* had rendered her obeisii.ce., the take it fc-r granted, therefore, that this ship, the fr-

V ,i -\ .. "S vI! ti prd'h: pu-s.-I in the ;ihi1 I i aV in r.-v. n.siit.tr; ein uie a HeLieobs M'm.lvof 11 rroviM-ins'i whig! pirty divt-rge. Tliey CHU no iM.-grr together !i got Callfoi nia and Nw Mcxie-n ; and we shall soon |! C 'ueen addreeil her court in a very appropriate ate Columbia baa arrived at Ncrfoik. Virginia. wier<

; 'a."' ip. uiiveitat. Ti.ii fot-liiiif i is attn.iied l to be kept &r tic coding year it would no cVubt le hailed bv itl, Lotiur. The whigs efthe( comb cannot remain have the Mesilhi valley, and! directly Cuba. :tmi.l by and I j sj>f och. All hands then adjourned to the table! which she was expected ytsterday moruog from Hsvna.
;. Vv': : < V. ,. (I.VJ'ai by the Spaniards, Tb<) till! <>>try flice in Cuba i by all Mexico ; an-1! eveiitr.ally Ca'iuJa. and finally j Moat NEsaaaK lcvgsxs Hzae.-Last nnn3Iajr
4' .' Vv '' but it i tf trruhe't**, 2pj.s eut to the u '*t careless 5'4.jC a cwMnune tc.iamtnr jxibaps lather a boon of with honor in the same politkal organization with !| Ihe trkol' Xtirth AutfriitiH continent. Mr. I-llImore' 't wa* spread at a little distance, and evinced by their Kobfoson, agent for the Shawnees and Del.-

.* *** .J" : tbenfj C. Mr. U'-ai/a Us'Jui"iis in Ct.1t u.* to al> V Heaven. The very i.cccEsarits cl f life ire boconiiiig'to men, the soundest of horn make the nditicn of that sees it-hcse rtjiit what democratic statcmen saw deeds that poetry and the practical are net alwajs as wares, and Geo. Wmfield, connected with tie Platt

'41 '; ".. l it ;;.tt d ojr ftcutnihly law*. 1.ave (xcaed: the 1h'dic't a gnat exit it. beyond the limited inenn* cf the'' m.K-n the abaudonmei of tLeCons-tituti' n and its guar w hen Mr. Po'lc wa elected.! far apart as is usually) scppr.eed. ludian Agency arrived here with nineteen Deiavsm
: .: Cr"l of the i,1.zad. and Sbawnees and two Interpreters. These of
b--p- among V poc-ierchsscs, wlile the wealth of the fivorede.ti antit. The nrtWe which will the In matter of progress the whigs are always ten After the the and her
*' more we quote open eyes repast was over, Queen court tbe forest come to Washington to make treaties
: TLc dcfrmU-h wbicb Loid Jiu flu'sell pnid be 1 1.al 1 1ftH.1 I years behind, the (democrat Mr. Fillmoic Ia now a wish
\Va.iiiutAl <'fl the fubjtrt the Illa V.'ar CA:e VC connaad them at a i e-abouablc pi ice. The ,,f the whigs) of the south, unless they shall stupidly, little ahead of his party. He talks j PrettY good W .- I I<| Commenced a dance around the May Pole, such as tEe Ccmmissioner of Indian Affairs for the relioquish-

4 ,t, *.:, iTi liorhas not been rivtiiud ai the Stale dtiaitnrit.i ] .- mgltf) ai iice evils d n.n.ands about #i per bushe-1, and wi'.fi.lly! and criminally shut them and keep them foco ductiiuc ; if lie n for Nelr.>fka wo will take'1 would have; set old Oliver Cromwell and his Puritani meut eta portion or tie whole of their lands in Nebraska

: '. *-j 'V J**,_ N dorjAtcues of nay iupomuce! : base yet >eeti it- it kcarcdy purchr.? Lc! at tic liibe't j rifxc. Flour ] ehut. They Inow new. end know di-tii.ctly, the term* | him Li. !1 cal cotemporari'-* almost crazy. By the way, was ana Kansas. They occupy the lands on both
'. l / eeived Jn-m Mr. KiidiMj! : V sides of the Kansas from its month for 80 mile np
','- 4jusv',} : Crtinitno.loi'j Newton
I .i' ".; "3 his d ? fcLIp, iho C'uhunbi The go\trnrneut have : 1'5, cn-l bnics 20 cents per Ib., .le. j jTtus will mJccnd to act with! them. Are they willing about Manifest Destiny," gathered from hIS South ; to tear down the May Pole all over England ? How persons in Washingttm concerning such matters, are

"i !j'.** *- .5" cirJereJbi.ii to remain iti leadimss till thev receive the results of cotton speculations! and the ia to nccept thr <> term j \ViI;] il vrell thtntEelrCsM'tIl j eni speeches have l been greatly misun
tLo reply from Sp iu relative to the Iil.uk Warrior creased demand f'r )provitims m cctisequei.ee t-f the and Is'dy to the fell demcn of ab"liti.m ? It ?is f*>rj I North. On the question e.f Cuba, certainly, he is still old Puritan", from fighting agan: t the vice-* and user eden treaty cannot fail to be coufiimetL
: ; C.ernInod're New ti-n ciinitcnnio'.ted to the
i f. gsvernmvlJt
: ': :' the! important fuvt, which Lad como to lu knowl-- )rre-nent E-ure>pesa war, are both readily Peleelved. tttul them and r.nt for ts tn Ely. But we hope that they ten years behind; the democrats." In Savannah, the patioiii e/f the age, carried their warfare against those Revolution YB DespotismJ -

; ) :. r::.' e.te at Havana, from a soutcc he drerued pcifcctly seriously felt. Huwe\cr, we hope ft.r better thills will ki-tp stea !fa-t t-> their oldpiiucipt! V
1 ; : reliable, that the Captain General hud iu hia pojfiieluu -: for the cumicg year; our planters, we trust, will make ; t i b.trt4r them for the honor and gh-rv t,f strung in the impre -.ion that be was opposed to the acquii.tiiniotCubu' from producing evil in themselves, are really! beneficial writes the following significant paragraph-

: V ': a i oral tWtto. authrrir'tij; him it any n>uni nt ,( a better move, and set the right ball in uotion, or sn the -aiie rauki with the rneiuics of the Constitution a inasmuch as they promote sncial intercourse .* 1/Jokin.j on the map of Europe from the dear fc-
t' he daeut to all the slaves in
': proptr emancipate 1 guide themselves by the experience of this that and the icpi se of the country. of a high order and take young people away from cue r-f an American altitixie, and with the eyes whit) )
;: lie I-Und.! Tlji* i* the measure i'f defencevbch habevn year The Debt
England, and France, and have read but of Irish and Eoglwb punderu(
: '; 1t'y: : hinted at by Enwhth ami I'ruicb papers and i i.1Ji..ft they may erect safe guards for the future. associ.iiior.s which may really prove degrad.rig U wrong
the War. see ht this war n<>t Kno !a Vd. Turkey, but Reroin-
: intended t carry out the U:teat dmt Cuba ii.ua be Probable Veto of the Miss Dix Bill ( their minds and morals.I .
tion vs. the Allied Armies. It must be clear ta
England and France to with Russia with debt
: jakli, or die a tt-ciid l1lati. The Last Cuban Difficulty. The rumor ii cut rent in Wa'hingU.n,, ?ajs thy go war a j I When the shades of evening r-ivl ftllen upon the I .u1erieana avi.Tj. tLLiigwhb their brother repstt-
fastened to their shoulder which the
The Washington Union announces, editorially, a Richmond J\mjiir r, that the President U revolted to say V' earth, the Queen anil l l l.er ,Court adjourned to Brown' I cans ef Europe, that it is not. a* Lord CLuWoo
Great Work for a Newspaper. L'nion, like Sinbad's old man of the sea, clings to would teach ca. the batch civilization agftinsl &arbarisru. -
4 f.iCLibicb. bfoie- was -onlv rtublithed as a ,, 'c'U' the li.l.; rcc i.tlpassed by Coiiq-ros, donatui" I Saloon: where the festivities were kept up in great
cV Atft quarter past tvo o'clock, P. M, en Thiiie-lay, ; .1 them with the tenacity of death. Time debt of Eng- [ .* England, of course, being the civiuzmg eli-
II 4 t V Jruniy31etsays tLc Bttlou AthvJ, the Queen read This i is, that a rectt.t violent article en the IVcsMettt' t ten uiilhi) iif i>f acres -f tbe public lan<1to the several! \ laud is estimated at S3.SG2.500.904, and the debt ef I"style. Here the joncg ladies and gentlemen j"Lie.l un ; neither is if. in the word* of lay Lord Detby.

: the royal ejwvcir in the Hrilirh House e.f Lord* berrc Inebange about the Black Waiiii r difficulty, published States fr the stsi[ pert of the ind'gent iusane."- in the dance, and) front all appearacccs enjoyed them .t,, nb'te the intolerable preteo k.ns cf Ru*>*ia'tor
V [ France at 1,065,127,472. Before the tbe is
/ Vi p the tw. House* of Parllumcnt. This ov .r, the J in the Havana Disiio, an < fficial j<.urnal, wat- treated l Y'e have iiPli'it CIIIfidVIJCe in the piirH-ij.3es and in'' war over, selves fully as much as their younger brothers ariJ is i; to preserve the balance of power;* eke why.iii
A and we perceive that the ablest heads in Parliament j the words of ilr. BIZht. bad England) nrtm
IljUhef C.Hui.'sons embed! at 4 o'clock and the we (
i. n the 1
js an indignity ty tie American CV>ni'l thete, who j-luck of Sir. Pierce, and this coiiSdenee induces sisters.
._ Jiirt11 i ut 5, whew the debute vu adopting the usual expect it to be protracted-thfs enormous llabi'ity will.be to war with France when she seized the Terki -
in ) calltd! iipiu the Captain General to know if it x as us to believe that he will arrest tie paae of a measure j We think that every cno should join ia promoting .h dominions of and with the United
cnnuii-nce'd cicluTbe Algiers,
:i.r.u ;: a.1t.rec! i to the Quee irfline.liau-ly fearfully) increased. Meanwhile, whmi' s Who j jsuRirsI
Lot,da joutncd at half prirt 12. and the House ,auctioned by him. Xi-t rccthirg a 'atfact4ry! answer which, origina'Iir; in the crotchets of a crazy old I I Not alone the rat expenditure pav of blood i is festi\ities of this kind. Let m look am-mg ourselves States for their aggression in Mexico* SemibUJIr.L5ryt. .

4 nt 11 o'clock et night-but tb cndon Tines of the the CtRMil laid the mutter befte the Captain woman, rcfl> cU equal licrt-lit c\ tie! common 2fi.se for ariiMjtnients and recreations. Let us cleveli pe to waste hut breath on such valuable htfurnfttioiK -
drawn fiom the people, but frcm a workless and No believes is fur civilization baUoc*
V. : licxt muniinggave a full lepf-it of the entiie debate'iu of a United) States vessel, then in j oit, who, in coneeq'Ki.ce -' and nu the honesty of the tf.ut.try. Tlie public domain I our own resources in this respect, and then perhaps cue it or
tiuh Mith an account ff the ojji-ning tf Pailwment i ii breadl"s* prpuifctiou taxes must be extorted to keep I of power or anything of the sort.
; fine icfused to give to the Spamtb flag th. usual oon titntos a trust fund! f.-r crrthii' r'cific purposes i so many e>f our people will not f uarn I er yearly at the "Iti Russia i against Europe. Let the Ciarta-
4-1-; >ccup\in; tie'rISO.e /.a1fi'1c',1iiiin', in up the conflict on the shores of the Danube and) Buspliorus.
tyjK; ;-Lehides tea colun.f.f >f eoitoiial, and making.frty salute. 1 be Union gi\te the following nlatku of| nnd) t<) (hiV(I t.Sit.. fiom it )itisratc ute, Lstojit |I Without into I North those means which should l be appropriated to l>!Ie the powers ; and the democracie can take CK%
; entering l "
n etween
V iJ4j 'V: -<'ne euluums reading Matter in that paper, <-f| the lunht oGcr.tive parcgtaph in the article: \' >hte the constitution aul to di fraud the conntrv.- comparison > I enriching, beautifying and rendering attractive 6nr of tLemsclves.

; zi" Its n-hole f.rty-eight column. Any one will see at (. ., Know good Inca of all ci-uutrif's and opini"ns Hut the Miss Dix Bill! i is Hill faith< r objectionable, in our own condition as a government and! as a pet-pie own flowery and genial Florida. R -

.. 1A afrlance' hat iimr.cuse labor all niust have cst editor that tbU is ye.the language which now is fired fiom thea, that it imposes restricti.-ns on the States in the nunage.ncut and that of the two great power alluded to, ami without Correspondence of the XT. Y. Exprist.

*, reporters, r.nd comprjeiu-i\! withm the space | chair once cuj.ied by the apostle cf justice, peace i i contrasting our War with Mexico with tbf-Irs uronlluscia A Washington letter nays :-It is ascertained beyond The Relations of this Government with Cuba

1. of ten .r twelve hc-urs only and tie Times containing4: and mod*ration, by the )philosopher) the houoiabltWanbington of their )prop rtini of the tpoils. If the Gov- j niHy we not thank God that He has cast our any doubt that the President has determined t.> and Spain-
this rr i Ia to be borne mind read i in every erument relax its oppnition to these mischievous V
in was under
jxitt. 1 Behold him initiating, jtrrtenctso PAEI 3d.JuTge .
lot upon this continent-that) He has enabled us peacefully veto Miss Pix's b II granting land to the inane, principally April
p)trt of the Kingdom] at noon, or by the ufciul dinner ii&ibnfleaht, a war that woull fur two nations li* mrasuies for the confiscation of the public lands in Winslow has jest passed through this titj

$, I.iour-at ahiHt the molest part?. j jl I H bkH.dvono, nnd to them more | iiufnl, as expetiuco one instance, it will let loose a torrent of corruption I to work out the problem that man is capable of on the gronnd that it gives away the public as a special bear of despatches to Mr. Sonic at Madrid.

4 l *l "- i would show. IklwM him listcniui to none but self-government/ lads vithout any e-quivalent. The President liiJ! Tbe orders which he bears to Mr. Stole are to

+' ,locLude t-f Jutijt J'viti en thf Pac .-Tli'' tlio trader, punUhed for n fraud, iu ord<_r to qualify and) abu e which no ntequcnt cff-it can arrest Iti that the (;Jovemment is merely a trustee of the public demand irnuiedute apology and reparation for tiu

Brit b gotfiumctit, itie aiJ. lave notified the Uuited at his h'-iirt's, desiie, and with the utt.ot har hntw, caid, that there are now before Coiigrc-M, petitions The National IntelligencerMr. la'id.anil, should make n-j disposition of them which seizure of the Black Warnor, and security igainst

ft; States that they thull. hnmtdiate'y on the etmmetCe I I the conduct of first authority, a Spanit-h gtr.tlem.-ij for the e-ftablKbmeut of q Protestant Uuirvrsity, for Clingmati, ef North Carolina, in his late able dimini-lus the derived froni tbeos. The rail such outrages iu the future ; and in ease of reAmf,
incut e 1 f bnetilities in Europe, blockade all the Iusa I OM* leputiitiou! id every whete and m ucll a manner ] the building of churches of schools, of academies, of I revenue to demand his pfl*?|'orts and rttnrn home. Two iadividoalswill -
11 torts on the Pacific, and that ciders to that efreet I I e5tftbii-ltl that he well "descried the lu'in.r, of a more 'I speech in the Huuse, has the following just rcmaike road bill increase the value of the reserved lands according LeelelightsU at the demands aiad. bf

hate already been tranfctnitt-! This it is ftaied. [ ii'iuute iIt% -tigati.n of his deed* btfoie quahf% ving ,I c< lieges, infii marie hospitals! theological and other in regard to the National IntelligeiTer: to their terms, to the full ainouct of the laud the goverument of the United States; Pkrrt Seu>Q

"4tV : :' will cc-nti leialily eifcct our Cdifri&ia* i nurchauU% and them so outrageously." sen inaiics, endowments of college, estiblisbment! of The gentleman from Georgia. (Mr. tcphens.) I donated, and thus give a quid pro quo. It B evident and the Emperor e-f Russia. The first Wanse ts

;. .., V_.1 V c ne) case! IIi particular i* menXioucd, being tliatofanAmerican ''libiaru?, Doiinal schools, agricultural schoiJs, male remember, commented Upon the course of the Na- can now revenge himself for the slights which be hiss
,. -'t.'i..' company- of ample nie ane which have lately Edmoinl P.uike said, in 1791, relative to Turkey and) female high schools, mumrdnariea for teachers ic.- tinal Intelligencer. N iW. I think that journal is a that Bennett' land I ill. even should it pass Cungress. received at the band! of the Spanish cabinet andfrplon
; completed arrange ntfi.1s for wt-iking the Russian coal) faithful exponent of the party I allude to. Its regur-l would also bo vetoed as it U cbrosiein to the same st c corps ; and the other because DO divowa
Vj cv.ncs. Coal is an nilWo of great importance to California )- nnd,, the balance of jrf.wcr, lie bad never heard it all of uhu.li have us gix d) a claim in public ow-i'ltTa- for the Mi.*t-nri Compromise lias been assumed e-ily obj.?f't'on ai the insnue bill vii: -Tint i: would lnfrn I would throw more weight in his favor in the settlement

the price it brings J.ere being from J.0 to S5 i said before, that the Turkish Empire was e\rr o nMj j lion' as Mibs Dix's bill, and which, if the House be but for the present enxa-ion. I remernWr very well, that the nceip's of the sales cf the j ublic IarJ! wib: tf the Eastern question, than a quarrel between

d per tou. It is in wiietat.t demand to bupply) the e nor.inous .- ered as any part of the balance of puer ia Europe. lotjiea1!, i.ut all paw and Ixvme laws. luring tho struggle, up to 18SO. that paper never the United States and France and tngbtad. oathS
of. in those water,and Missouri line altL''nh out any eqr.ivalt n1. Cula. No Paris doubts the x*
coimimptic.ii our rtcamei s Jlr. Pierce ha came out for this t theSatbMBS subject ti one in
do with noV an oportunity, by A simple
hai to European pol'cy they )
;"r& the company in question largely inventing init, had } They nothing ; battling fur it f'r yearnor dd: it once nst'rt tence of a seei.-t understanding between France, fr
t VVb:4V: ra'.cuUlctt upon reaping large profits, at the tanTc time considered tben clves as wholly) Asiatic. What bad exeicise
:t piomi ing to reduce the price cue half to coiisun.eis. j these worse than savages to elo with the Powers of agaiui-t n.editate-d] outrage, anti l the country a- )people of the North ; clear and) indisputable as thit are going to erect n monument at Danlurv. of Cuba ; but hew far the protecting poV

::1 .' 4 Icei* another article Ju which there is a huge trade Europe but to spread war, destruction and desolation -I gaiimt a gigahtie fraud, dm ped in the tinsel robe of right was. Its whole weight and influence were covetlv in honor e,f their distinguished brother, 3Ifljor General can fill their engagements in this respect, at I tLet
: between Califoinia, nnd the Russian *iou Considerable but thrown against *. and cal is another The affair predut'1'
Vci'V povc We believe be the adroitly u on the antislavery me menf, question. ]
capital is inverted iu tbis, KB in the iron trade among them The Ministry and ihe Policy whKh philauthn'py. will be equal to side. I never attributed this course to anj Pavitl Wot ter. who was the firt W. Master of the a sensatiiu in diplomatic circles in Pan*.

L V but the blockade) will at once put an cud to"these op 1 should give these people any weight h Europe would occaxioti and the duty._ love of libertv on the part of the conductors of tbatittper. : first Grand) Lodge in that State. He was also distinguished -

j:1"c. .;,t. erations.Tlie deserve all the curses and bans of pisterit All U,nt On the contrary, iu every struggle between in the Revolutionary war, and fell a martyr The Washington correspondent of the New Tori

WV --_- was boh in religion, all that was moral an-1 humrne. Small Fox in Jacksonville. liljerty and detpott, it tukus the side of crp.tisun ; in the gWio-is cau e. The corner stone was laid on Express b disposed to indulge in a little sarcasm >*

Il V1 V : Anti-fobrafla KcsolutiM* in the L'yitlattire; demanded on approval of everything which (ended, Thi loaih&oiue dii'ease. we arc uniiu-il I -. in- learn has in every ceite betweeri the Uuited States and! any the expet e of the Charleston Ccnvention. He write*
5 fr 2V kfca1ecLWe congratuhtte the friends of federal nonInteife'icncc ) mad" its appearance at Jacksonville this State.- foreign country, n takes ground aniujt the United the 27th ult., with great ccrcmf-ny. --'The Ualtimoreans are laughing at the proeeedrag
4; b; iuihe Tcniloilts, aid the opponents) of'ab t'> extend) that cruel and wai-teful en.pire.. Any State It would be marvellous if our goven.nunt of the Charleston Convention. Shrewd people Uk se

;:i- i >->lition agitation on the final defeat of the resolutions Christian Power was to bo preferred to tbiee de truclMr We have beeu favojed with au extract of a letter dated were in fact, always wrong on every issue with a foreigu It U decided say* the Washington( Star, by the Baltiworean'Two years ago the Southern Convea-

t* ; "I 1.id141ATe inil :_. ?__(,?. p .r ni.,1 Mr Wbitbread. ;r okc in the 23d ult., as follows: nation. I presu.ne. tberef.re/ that it is Ieeause officers of the Pit Office Department, that tier was held in their city, and I have from the best

Fi the early part of the session. The senate iudenuiU-.y the A.imc rphit and to the came effect. Euiopcan "roity-nlnc enrcBof inaH pox nnd variulotd were ours is the freest ,oVtniiner.t upni earth, that this proper havn.C authority that not a dozen of their prominent bq,inM
i. postponed the rcaolutious aud the legislature has nr letter 1w'stae H legally chargeable >n package attended its deliberations. Tb aie'i tf.North.
reputed to the Mayor by the )phsietain on Satur- journal is always found taki-ij fides ngaint it and fir men y ,
adjourned without ever giing them a parting thought' monarch, liow \er, especially those -f England) an -,.. ,4 I I da\. Thccc we are not confined, to one local Ion, our cneii i" As to s'utr int. nrnl policy, it is the faithful writing as proverb inveigW
*. Tins may properly) b* claimed by our friends as a triumph France, bate since di ce vered that Turkey will answer but mattered in every dirtction through the city.Samtaiy .- uru'l-n of that party wbi< )h Las labored industii: side. If payment is refused, the party sending it chad; and infinitely prefer the solid com of the G' "1*

l4 of the priuciplcs of the Ncbiaska bill, and the. very well a* a sort of breast-plate behind which they meaoures are now Ivis.-d )by the Council; ly. a* }oil and I well know, sir. to destroy all the cannot be pnwecutcd for a fraud on the Department ; West. Baltimore can boast of one lwcomo 1 action vf the SUite eenata in thus haudiiomc-ly (Ji5o11.V } I but it is tot late. It hah which turns out 100lccomodtt Jba
can securely shelter thcmci-hcf, while lie >r Tuik become a gci.cral epidemic hinituti i : ': ing of tbo question unties the bauds of our senatois )jxv the .. as an attempt to conceal value of \VhenwiUanJ"Coo--
tliarging atruphei e with) ||,i> infection. The'scuiht alr) ilute Central ginerimiHit in its stcad. Tlu- ep'oplc average lly.OOO
V and and leaves them to vote on all is to be battered by the ponderous blow of the Rustiaii. in the case of writing words or with *
V representatives fever also 6 still rife, at, I doing its work of I ) ba\ take, their opinions nuiiiily from the tory constitute a fraud a* vention' endow Charleston" any other city
V r <]uc lioni cf territorial, governments arcording to their It ;is like two inn,i engaged iu a fight, cue of el-alb." j nss and the- ti-ry party of Eiigl.-ud ; and those epiiiMU' signs inside of a package of printed matter, which U an establishment i Never ,
t'frilit. What that will
4' itidividual convictions oureelves course whom calditi up a jx>or, ;Icky! boy find buhls him lai|>pcn to bo nuti-slavery its well ni iiuti-republican. a fraud, under the law. 4' Who would be rich themselves must atrile tb Uo'-

4 ,J:' be ;we cannot conservative permit sentiments, knowing Io doubt as we Ihe 1 do. out at arm length that Liu emaciated body n>ay receive The General Conference of the Methodist Episcopal '1'hey seem t<> desii no h phcr honor tl>an to I. It ia elbow.eypase not oration*, that V the South
their ,
public past feelijig in tbi State is rapidly witling dowu iu the strokes of tbc Adversary. Church South met at Columbus, Oa, on Monday have the pii\ilegc of adoptirg and defending" every We regret to learn that our friend Mr. "Wm. needs. Of the latter she has aJwajt ksJ *oe'qh awl
thing which from the Jack. But there.sa
c sources about 3 mile from St. Marks pleotiful
accordance with the true democratic d-Ktrine this last We notice lie li.-t of Stewart, a Pilot, living tospere ; of tbe former
3 among delegates present After she baa proved to
from New Port has been ber.
V aikl about the same distance l time coming fo
ercitemeut kM died out g'ud
qnustion. The auti-Nebraska The Court of the United States its the the
Supreme gave on day Convention assembled the of of Coovwtiocs to
I names A democratic inefficiency
'. have died which fcarccly ever Coiiveiitiun was held in North Carolina attacked with the Vurioloid. Every precaution, such her own satUfcctiou tbe
.r 4 t t V Lad if taut life may, or wlach be aid only to exhibited itself in au eKseasionalftigybuniing dccif-i<>u on Tuesday, the 25th tilt., in the suit pending Revs. P. P. Smith and R. II. Howren of the Florida on the 19th ult, which nominated the lieu.Tijein ns vaccination. Ac., has been taken to prevent the cure the Uk to which she i is kcirsbe, will try se-ot-

loafcr.-.ifitwaukie between the Southern Mcthod! Church and the Cinciunattt Conference. The venerable Souls the only spread of the disc-use iu that neighborhood.Wakulla thing batter."
shirtless Bishop was
by a few as Bragg of Northampton County, for Governor. _ _
Morning JVirtr April 0. Comuiistioner of the Northern Church. The Bishop present on Monday. Many matters of general The Convention was the largest and most enthusiastic 771,1(3, Jfiqj 2.c:11 t-Seoator BucMow of Psylini& *

V' amount in dispute was uljout f 200,000, consisting of ) iuteiest will come for consideration :: The Plank Road movement progresses. The AltlUioHitm Deft
up among in tbo
of the kind assemble
body ever before Jo laror of th. *.-
;. 'etrig Machine Statititu.-Sinper i. C 'c. Sewing in Tallahassee and to in an admirable speech
: the Botk Ediublu-hmeut; Ac, iu CitK-mnattl. The which are the location of the Book) ) Concern, the reorganization Diiectont meet to-day we hope ,
Machine Wciks Centre atreet, in tbis city occupy State Its nominee is a brother of the famous Captain aboliliooism
hear they have ffivcn out a contract for the work.Ibid. .- bill, thus define :
South lost the ia braska
S filled Church case the Couit below, but of the Episcopacy the education of the "
V two nx>uis of over one hundred feet ia length, Bragg" whoso extra doses of "grar* did up bolitionlam ia thoroughly ***

V with the best and nit approved machinery, driven tbe dec'u-ion was reversed by the Supreme Court, upon people, Foreign Missions, and the amendment of the the Mexicans so handily hi the greaser war." Of We understand that a contract embracing five miles "Sir and, the imp'acable.spi"itof! Ne ncvaaioa wilt satisl/
by steaui power, and operated by over a hundred all the points, in favor e f the South The .Vational Inttlligtnctr rule in mous
to Tlie ) and
rcpcct slavery. body is a full one, his determined for Inspired by a deadyioeztiuguiIM)
'; uoikmtu. Tlicy also occupy Ue four ttory buiUHng.J course election is a thing already was given to Mr. Kidder Moore, at $-00 per mile, appease it
which for tales tujs that thia decision not only establishes u'utinguitthod by tbe presence of many delegates of no one, we should for a moment -we hatred ef our system erf eonfvderat govenimiai
o. 223 Broadway, they use repairs, imagine, cjtn suppose the company to furnish the pUnk. Otter parties d.iI e'
? the right of the Church South to a proportionate share would rfish to the accompjishtnent of its
p room, offices, roums Ar iustiuetietu in the used as coujuiauding talents and devoted piety. that- the people of North Carolina are sueb egregious also informed, are iu negotiation for the, remainder, COnstiWtioos.nd through thebsIeM15'of
dlo from xvhicli, over 1600 worth) of the common funds and property, but ali declares a prostrate
ue per
b; VTC fools as to nrefer Dockerv.. the federal candidate, with about 8 miles. DCTtrnctiTe in all its iustineb sod pINi
$ V roonib sire tamed out lor tltese machines exclusively.Iu a division of the Cbutch to be a valid act, and that the M lAds-war -is declared.- We ire V> meet a bold ., resisted whom no
is all the objectionable features of his two-sided Convention it u to be aa aa enemy to
:' MassachuseU, A small factory empl.iyed oWy divuious South cud North and numerous nemy. Should they offer us battle, la tob
two are equally legitimate. and conciliate whom
to be given to
V V ia manufacturing geauor'cog wheels) for the ma- y u know how to dispose of them. Should they remain platform. The election takes place tho 1st The follow ing ease was decrtled in the' Supreme is V

dnnes ; and atill another, iu. the same State, supply Judge) McLean did cot sit ia this case. in port, we must try to get at theai. Success Thursday in AugustAbolilionum Court of the United on Thursday the 27th nit: country.. .

M<*sn. S. 41 Co, with over$3000( per month, in the depends upon the quickness and precision of your fire1. LofcClsk etoL, ** JeisephAddi- -V Ksthp- -
V way ofnllc' twi.t Druden. In
JJefiuecL--Seriator soh
have V numtrous places of bosiucts iu tc Boston. This loo; pending treaty has at lost been ratified by Such, says a"London letter, U toe address of Sir in favor cf the Nebraska acted SUte for the Northern District f }lori'la.. Mr.ChifJuitheTiney sbrpaperthaa txplain thetit4rPI-
PlJUdelpbia.Baltimore) Cuxifln&ti, Troy, sylvania, in an admirable speech
V ; Oout
21dNQti.nal Dmcra1 the Senate of the Uuited :States, b/ s rot of thirty Charles Napier to the British fleet It U short and bill, thus defines abolitionism : deltveredtlie. opiniouthe.t .,nrtln. celebrated Bill a r _.._I,1iA
V V .
to thirteea Tb UoUn ntvt thai the Ueatj as raiifiad sharp, not a little affected, and by u .Thw primary aod mato:pUrpo* and a fWL"
Sir tbe of abolitionism thoroughly
r.eno V Missouri
spirit eaiewIthco1t." lbs
tbis Nebraska bill i- to repeal
JZutNffH* Jioi//-A Russian ship .called4I Aina,' arrange the HtlU! difficulty, provides an eligible terseness to Nelson'* eelabraUd signal mona and implacable. No,concession will satisfy or :of 1820. but to out aqd t>j">et.wSiilS 'tliIof

V balling from. Fiulaod, on lb. Baltic, is effectually V rntafbr a nulroaJ abrogates tb. lilt article at Trafalgar, Eughiad expects every man to dc his appease it V Inspired by M deadly, inextinguishable 'Nine white men were'assasshwtml in Havana during supular iovereigtst3'oa-ry amlittn r&tk.I*the"

_t V blockaded inllM Atlantic Dock HaIp. V 8h recently. of thj treaty of, Ouadalup* Jlidajgo, and rsoogoixesUM dutyl" hatred of our system of confederate government, i ft V of March, and not one of them wa. w. -IZl s0i.,6rusha1b1;
viU (.jalt bu ha last week
4 arriredfroB) Liverptiu a cargo o ____ m m_ would rush to the accomplishment of its designs over the P9'
4- Uk'-u are ti\ keep out at harm's way, inside of New ioter-oceaiHO tnuisit granUd io. lM Ter Tehujip. a prostrate Constitution, and through the baleful rested. So sas'tbeNew.OrTcaasDtfta.. < ipp s l ('
lu.rb.w. 115 sailors inquire with interest rca- frVallowbkb4Lo.Coo.ooo1.to i U HisKxeellency, OOT.-BROOUB has appointed H u.D. V '
Yurk tepee ; paid.Tb flame of civil war. Prttraetive in all its hutiucts $ a

pcctinic tho the progrcK of "Uie war." 6U will same paper intimates that Lha treaty will lead to L. Yulo and Dr. A. 8. WJwia merabers of thoBoard and passion, it is t> be resisted as, an emmy to W re under'obligalftat if Secator M Uory for and

j.roballv be s<>ld, it the war rout:ours. Kverythingi restoration of amicable relations of Internal Improvement, b tbs place of Hone whom uo erwrtfcr is to be given( and to oocih'ate braak4 yoid; d'E*
a speedy bitwesa do'tuxnents.V SW
if Ion vivit with the Yankce-s cur valuable public I imperalireUUA
snn. ly o a ,; whom is to our
t( ::i dtciJeJ LllkU.-.ifeti/ItII."f '.'imnrcr.! trUntut and Mexico. J. 8. HeeiMio nl! Taul McCvrmick, Es1., resgned. cctrsy couotry.


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is Tb London Poat,. under date of Hamburgh Uth, Lw- It is said that Fnuicfe is aniioui to to "pick a Tobacco.rgeirtoflb: .T. H. CMCHtOW, .4-- (_ -

report* that Admiral Napier having received are- q arrel vttli Spmin. Tbe 4ppoted aim would bite I

THE AH ASIA AT- BOSTON, port f*>m Admiral Plumri.lge that Bixteth Rcwiaabhips depose the Queen, and place the Duck"dAlba ontlfl -tUST rrciv4 a \ TmrJoot brand* of H. Rici W&BROTHERA

P.OJTON-r ITi i Gth 9fw were anchored at IleUingU-rt on tie throne! It is vrrr true that the countert of MouUjo, J the Berber Tobateo. wLiet to 0* trfcdt wfll be sold ._ .

April fi4. ; uortlw n ride of UH Gulf of Finland' and wished to Napoleon IL'a mother.in-Ia'wis <>D anything bat goad at cost and cbargea. D. a WILSON. i. & _- f .

TI :jtrabia: ;arriveJ at'4 o\lock IbJi afternoon, injrbour gain the poit of Bevel ou the ncutb eiJe, started t.ff terms with Queen Chrwtina; and one of Ui.first pub- I April 22.154. n, ?

) froniOaJi *- The mail venl .,utIi, ttfldj1L to attack them. .. i iCORFT. lie act of the Due o"AIba, after hIs arrival in Madrid, NEW SPRING AND'SUMMER FAK GO OD.

ia New Y"rk to-morrow ruernii g. The A pi 51 9.-Tbe Eng15 h nm! French vessels was to vote with the majority of tbe Ayuntamiento United States Patent Office.o .
Iii? ct of oti against the alterations in the I'ueto del SoL
war the coast of Tlief-aly have orders to search
_._.. __ _
latcDt Euror.cnb intdligeuce: t. ----- Ir i
i0g tht all voxels fturperted of having mtmitions of war onboard I. A Washington letter says ; Some suppose that 5. JIprIi ia, too*. lIE UNDERSIGNED would most respectfully call the atieotua oCUw Udkft aod bOMBW. al I. .

ri reV* f f c.irmed.the defeat cf The tlie Greek G ret'k commander tncurKrnieliiflw and to euz those in u Llrb they may be discoveted. I anta Anna will sell Yucatan to the Britu-h or to a BritMi IN be petition Florida of Fone McCarthy, of Futnam T Lawee and Vicinity to their large and beautiful auort'nentof .
-i5 county paying for the ;extension of a
for Others that he relies .
R good sum. say tTh1Mthzt .
rtr uI' rctrentiug'lU : Ionian vessel* carrying passebgers without passports company the nationality of Mexico, to support him by patent grouted to him on tie 3d of July, 1840. loran 1xtI'cd tt :

<- 'I'tje lsti. :a bl'w' !'on Austria: It and Uioujte4aLJ Russia were are also to l>e stized. upon voluntary contribution. Again in Mexico! as in Turkey improvement the in of the! cotton gin. for wren years from Recently purchased in the title of New York ami PbtladelpUa. bj D expettoeed buyer; and a*ti.ftr Good* :
econhiIIg expiratWft gaid patent,which take place on the L&sureil offer faflilitia' *in this market miaTto iihjHra. '
of the wealth of the bc. feet they can
(1 a large porh'.u eountry were **! for Cash entirely they
5 usda Girm Set ofJolT purcna
l'i a ultimntnm 1854
to u day -
,. Tiarfia.Mopo.-ed, te evacuate the Daauliau PriucisuJllUiZ List of Officers of the State of Florida. Ions to the church. Santa Anna may, after awhile, It i is (ordered tint the said petition be heard at the To any and all who are at all skeptical, we would most respectfully a aycaIl and eamin for rouiishW- J

f find it convenient to follow the recent example of the Patent Office on the Our stock consul ia i part of i the following, YUIi : b
STATE OFFICERS. Monday, 26th of Jane next, at
FItit4* 6lb t-lntes that Sultan, and **resume" the property thus kept 12 o'clock and all Goods. Gentlemen's Clothing. .j,
J ice fn m 0 le'ca April Om r- Governor. JAMES 11: BUOOXin.Swotj.iy to. persons are notified to Ladies' Dress ;

.,hli received 01 Jers from Cou.Untiuople to uuy .f State. F. L. V1I.LEPIGUE. COTTON RECEIPTS anil show cause, if any they hare, why said petition ICH Black Brocade Silks, RICH Black FA ClOthS CoaU. .
.,, ,, R
i THlinns until be
.t. 4>t% the airivaU.flltf ought not granted. Blue do do do
...riaUn"3! : C..nptroIlerT.! : HKEVARD. At the port of St. Marks, from 1st. Sept 1S53, to Persons (pjw:sing the extension are required to file 'do do Fancy do Plaid do do do c c do Black Pen Drap dEta CoaU, '
ileurer. C. IL AUSTIN.
Trench dwkratiim; of war 30th April 1854. in the patent Office their objections,specially set forth do Plaid Silks do do QoeenV Cloth An "*' .
and a
TU' Attorney G utral, M. D. PAPY. On hand lt 1853 at both places, bales 158 Fancy Summit ,
Sept. least days "
$ Kalafat ou tbe (Stb, and was re- in writing nt twenty before the day of do Plain Silk Tissues do dn Alpaeca do *
cheers..kcouflt5 Received at New Port in April 629 bearing. All testimony filed or either party, to be do Fancy do do do do Italian Cloth do '

cel 'qi Vhma to April let, state that thetq3" JUDICIARY.Stiprcme ) Previously" 14.73C-15.S65 used at said hearing, must be taken and transmitted do Brocade Silk Tissue da do Imperial Goth do '

Jinvirig landed the Tuikml trocpsMI Court Judges. Kec'd at St. Marks in April Previous18,898! 2 507 in accordance with the rules of the office, which will do Embroidered do do do Doe Skin Casaitucr Pant*, ,
WwArJ' SelaF4opuL Thrmn Bait/ell, Chief JiNtJee. TaBa1uec. be furnished on application. do Lustre BrilHante, do Fancy do do do -
) the Eo-lirlitror.ps at Malta, C. H. DuPoni Associate Justice The testimony lu the case will be cloned on the 15tbof do Plain Berages. do Plain Fancy Color! /Io do I
JIr Qtiiucy. j Total to (late. balfa 3G.92S
.* Receipts June 'xt depositions and other relied
ftr ; "do
hi tt&flIttS Constantinople. Thomas Douglas Jacksonville. date. papers upon do Plaid and Figured Berage. S do Figured do \
from same
ta I jptdi from Malta dated A I Til 9th, aj it Shipped) bales as testimony must bu filed in the office on or before do Satin Striped dodo do Black French Drap dEt dodo 3'

at Con >t nliiionle that the Rus irais bad Circuit J1dge8.W To New York, CS.6 4 the morning of that day ; the arguments, if any, Satin do do do Figured Drap dKU Panti,
To Charleston. 2.f>94To
within dflvs thereafter. K *
tIIC Lauu 'e. .. n Uo t'iiim and CrenaU'nes, do do do Curried do do dodo :
Jen eTU ettrn, J. J. Finley Mnr'nnn' ; Orleaup Figured
hrenTlt Vienna! t-nrrespondeut of the London nnrp, Itd1le. J. W. Baker, T11aItact'o.Eastern New 589 21,907 ()rder'L n1i; that thL notice be published hi the do do do Black Grenadine. do do Wellington Cord do .

pin that the Tutks> charge that lie rra on Mustapb.ij VT. A. Forward, Ft. Autjiibtinc.Souibeni. In store and on "11FInrL not cleared, 4V61 rnifl, Inte'higencer. niid Evening Star, Wabingion, do Paris Printed Adele Grenadines, do do Alpaccft do 2.
j m obliged to evacuate the DcKlrndvIia was I Tlioina* F. Kififf, Key West to nme date last I). C. : FonnsIvanien, Phuladelpliia, Pa. ; Scientific do Palm do do do do Queen' Cloth dp '
Receipts year. American, New York ; Daily Courier, Buffalo. New do Plaid Grenadine do do Caebmarctto '
Plain and do
the sd of the French Pompedour
fcil'iref promised Anglo-
the! Solicitors tic' Circuits.We8f On hand 3M Aujrwt 1852, 3SORccehed '
f Floridian and Journal Tallahassee
the York; Florida; d Grode Rhine bilk. do White Linen Drilling do
fleet, wiJ fliI that reputation of the Tmkfeh I IPt1 ht New Poit, 1C.012 % ,
Lad tufli-led KM iu the matter tbun that o <-rn, Jnmes M. Lnndrmn, Milton. once a week fur three successive weeks previous to do Painted and Plain Muslins. do Fancy do do do S
( Middle, Saui'L B. Stephen*, IJainey.Ea 18,111 the 26th of June next, the day of bearing.S. do do do Organdies ', do Plata do do dodo

e The I.rnion Times earn. VTe fear there is no : Jein, Jouies M. Bnker. Alligator. Total 3U.09 I T. SHUGERT, do Plain and Painted French Jaconeti, Brown do do d.

3au''tf the fait tint the Emperor of Rueia Jias I southern, Hardy D. Kendrick, Tanqa.COUTV Receipts date bales Acting CommU iouer of Patent do Plain and Embroidered Robes, do Cottonade do
: t tfl 28,728
ove papers will please copy do Embroidered and Dotted Swiss.Ladies1 do Heavy Super Rnnia Dock do .'.
OFFICERS "" and wrol their tARS to the Pattnt Office,with a paper
jt t. Peterhburg. cont.iir.ini this notice Collars 6tc* Gentlemen's Vests &c.
Accounts fioin (penhageu state that the Dani.liJLii [Tirt name, Jii'lgeof Probate ; feo inl name. Clerk iip"PORT ,
; t .r var Lad resigned and that the niival annari I
ecale then ucutiuVity seemed ''i it Tax Asstsbor and Collrct] do Chemizetts, do do do D. B. dodo 'i
'Hts wcie on a laijcr (whenever occurs,) OF ST. MARKS. "
I To THE PLASTERS OF FLORIDA do do Undersleeves, > do Silk 8. B. do

t The jutj'.fy Cl.'ma mail tl'es not douU the intelligence ('oiiti, 7it.fr. TV ARRIVED. j t do do Habits, Collars and Sleeves. do do do D. B. do .

f'um Japan. Hie. Japanese
the pnrts iiiiiHit at once be ciJfred <.jvu for sup- F. E. DCLaRua, 4tMilton< April 28.-Brig, J. (G. Ansletson. IVlano, N. Pork. : rpIIH undersigned now in MiisZppi i but soon to do Maltese do dod do do do D. B, do -.' '
bU { F. M. MM in, Schr. Wilt! OTxary New Orleans'with Gimpnie do do do Plain White Mars. S. B Vests, 4
plic of ood nn.l water aud lentting, a ear May 1.- Figi-ou. _L return home, has mirhe arrangements with the
must elapse befre ncy treuty or iirivileges of tiuJccoulil Santa ROn, J"l.n. Chain.AV. ] SO ea"kfl l/jn-i-n. Jl!l bbls. pf rk, 15 ticro.g I :not careful Planters in the seleti.sn and irnproveI do French Lace Habits Vnd Sleara., do do do do D.B. dodo

c. meinoj eiRtiotj. .T. SU-ke; 4M hams I 1C3 In.Is. fl.'iir, 1'JOI wek* Ci-in., f.O l.bls.vhn-I menlff seed, to npply him with Cotton Seed for the do English do do do > Fancy do do S. B. do .xtj:.

The war question] between Rnsfia and Tuikey and I-aiah Cobb, Jr. key. 15; saeks coffee 10 ).hl.1 rn"laes, 1C do. nurhrf. : j next crop. He has taken great pains to the Jo H"Diton Lace Collars, do do do do IX B. do '- P '

the \V..l'rn t J'owers lemnin" b>>ut as IK fure.Eud" Wulton, D.in'l. McLwd. Eucheear.ua, t; d.'. riee, S Itixesoap.. 37 piekage-s mdze, and a lot purest and best sort, and will engage) to procure firni.-h: the Jo Maltese da dodo do Pl-iid Linen D. BL do r
aetivclr in fif ndjn f. buk J. I >enhim.Mx French do dodo dt, Plain Linen D. IL do .,
i an-1 I'raiwf are ravaged Oi'es Bovcra.Ntil sails: tic.: and ptove, 'r : Planters of Florida with better seed than have ever

: .ffJtre: l/.di .- t-t tnwp to t'v' East. There C. Muni of| _\ 2.-Sthr. VL-itor, Cru)( New Orleani. l"fcre been brought to the State. He will deliver Mourning dodo < (11) Kmbroidetai Silk D. B. doGent's ".- ,.

TI1d! hi.inc A. ILBr-wmll, C'n" Coido, CLEAR El>. the seed to the order of tho Hunter in St. Marks ,-r do Cheraizette Plain Linen Coats, -

11.ert' 1iid bn cofl-e eUrrnihng in the Danube .&. 1 II 1 -? Hiiley, 4* April > _P.nrk W.t Wini 0. P. Saunder Ytw j jVirk. Newport daring the next fall or winter, and will produce do do UndcrsU-cves > do do Plaid Russia do do doB do '
liMlles.n Undersleeve
fleua' -
1.u' ""> It. L. iioMen t.crtifietecatietoJ. n' to the charncter of the do Valcneeinucs Lace : 4 ,
to Bridie 4Jt IVttij. with HS7 |tiil&-: er-tton 25 articles -
n -; wc Hcudiiig inmeirfc Dumber cf Bcldiets 1' nud do do dia Collar"! >ys Fancy Marseilles Vests.
Va'.Lngton. "a'li".n ton Talirr, Vrrm, I rri:i'e' t.,IH'J'o. S "aa mal.' arid S3 hides, 1 famished, the standing of the Planter" fiwnw and Sleeves. do Plain do do t.tat. :
Cambric Habit
t1P 1id'r.Th wheie.Tlic) Greckjfl'i's ', r. AV .t ,iitcu, 44Maiianna i liereovi\. 1 trunk 1 LntidV) uih: ] ] b.>x. j bom t'' ey ni c obtained. The kinds funuVhed .iiII da Linen ..
: Trk* nre ub-d'i np eras. every i Jw n A. T lKir, f ;, April 29.-Sc-Lr. N ii.-n Orcntt. New Y nk. to i.e the I';<; White Mexiran. the Vick. the Pitt and Ladies' and Misses' Bonnets. Gents' and Boys' Hats. 7-' tir '
are f n
; !' Smallc.d. Atulcrsi'ii 4L C with 132 Ijjiles Little Brc' n. TI e Big White Meiican are the most .
71i>*rc is etiJcnt dit.,1i.n in Hnnj rr. pnO Jack on, J. B Ri' illiae, <', e'>ftc.n. sought after in Mississippi ns the most reliable stock, Rich Straw Cord Bonnets, Palmetto Hat, ,. -
( riii. E.
A..trit j ij'Vxat-* prt4Fi.s. n cf trtiuble. whe I ittW' John: AV. P.o-er. j[ to May Ir.shit 2 it lVtti* with l-n-niingtrn.79") bales Sawytr r..tton., to New suudrieA.Y'>rk, but v ill snppl eitl* T of tbr vtlnrs if desired. (lo Belgrade do Pi-uama do '

t't ii'i tn the fri.t.sr.: I .I.IKS ( flfiin. U ; do Sarhgova 'do Campeacty hats, '
Plant -rs wishing can him at Madison -'+5 $ .
; )bundles and 71 bide, 9) bo\ts mdzc. S2 bales Lq
;In k. PnU-s lire mii'li di jtrtcted.Ii Jo-c- J.L Cbik! 4'I 11' trunks. jam, Court Huute, Florida, rxrft-paM do French Lace dod Texas Campeeaby hats, ..-5.----- H 4j.; '

Vcl H q-.iit There i* uo otlicr news < f jeucrr.1Viiiv i I Calhoun, r.5.s: Er-ncb, Aeptn Grove, i 4 IN PORT. JOSEPH L. DUTTON i do do and Satin Straw Bonnata, French Leghorn do .ps

r"2T.t. Janie II Paiker. da Rutland Straw Bonnets, English do do .
April CO, JoOl.; 17 tf
Barks R .II. Gamble. II'.Mn Deil.am. Pralt -
; *>r.-Aus'ria apj car ti* r.et miic in un'onL Tli'nuas J. LnII( 4' -r. do florence Braid do Engiiffb Straw do -
.: \Vcetia P.w it1)S XU'C It'1Lth Brig J. G. Ander-on, DJaiio, Tavernk-r, Ixibfer, do Straw Boys Palmetto dodo ,
: Engluh kdoMis
Thi'iun; J. ] From New York E. "
:!i bib : TtiuZ. 'fl.tFtttt.e..1 Franklin, Ej ppc. Apalachioola, Herald, Lure. per Rcmmington, 'es Straw Cord do Campenchy do vS'

f the Ottoman Sanfl. W. Spei.ctr, Sehr Adele, Applegit, Wild Pigeon, O'Lcary Visi do do ,- .
g'tr8ntPtiHg: ( i'llejjiity < C. .4 RIO I Coffee. Dri il Apples, do Belgrade Leghorn
,: : was: Hcc l nttcnua* \<\ the I tlbir Poweis in TIiptn. tor, Crane.COYU.3I1"1'iOX. Coffee, Hei
j iitu Pjiia, !ltd kuhultiunn'lsly: tlicrf-wiih, Prusti Gad1cn. H C. lyve, Quiicv, I olden Syrup, I5"k.gna Sausages, Fren'-h Lace Bonnets, Meus* Super Moleskin Hat, j' "

in5i k3accd jth her ti ca'.y
Au StU&, a c :ji'J'ii ivI ImilthTinii vli.h I n.u-t.rtu- S 13. L"ve. ev.ryliodvknows i ia is Curran!", Cider Vinegar.AlmomK da do Rose Buds, da Silver do do

fUr :.I.1 trestv j> J hJ letter, end vl ih Au.-tua ecuiq Jaiu
'-tly :tij *<- j in w -cpt. All' the n.i i6tj? uiiajeiit Leon, D. \Y. Gwnn, TIaLasEee, that} Ix-fvre 4Hie i is aware of it. th lungs New lln 'in'! Rum, do Orange Flower Wreaths, dBJoorners.. *i-T

fl iiu-ii.. *'Ut 'f tLe JTI j' 'nexNi>uc* o;t-5isi.je; C-i; iiic :in1 1 American Brandy.Madeira. do InHe Bunches of Buds. do Freiie Lace Flnt, "

aiv.J 1.' d f'<:i.iui-ian, pCFiJ Jov( r by a Pirie- H.T. nWV, 4' from ln-at to roll, jH-odaccf an iiijtitiiuitiun, uul] m a Tberry, Port and Claret Wine, do Gild and SilveredAVreatha, Rich Straw Trimuiing rX&ti -
(4 I Piu ,,i IIjnoM'i' nri'I' ttl\\ the rnim-r Gerai uhUle J_ C. Den illy, 4'Wtiuia (fi-w ilnvs r>r weeks' it i i> sail, he or die died of !LatCONUMPTI \ Holland and American Gin. S :;' '
; 3a\aria tiOeifb the \Vwt'ni | N. F. rail troubled with o-uh "rlarirf Ladies1 Gloves, Gents' Gloves ,; '
i-xtppli.i Geojze Mi lor. New Pit, l ALSO (n.m New 0!leans, _
P.'w rs. uni will i.jjpnit Auitri.i in rcing Pis-a: to T..J. M. Rk-bnnUon rvinp'.ii: HO Truul Irefcr to the n.lvertiteriKit Alexandra's Kid Gloves, Alexander" Kid Glorei, S
btfore tie on ilit >ui-Me of tLis of JiH" fi r CIcrioal Extiart j CO Illls.: Si&hs and Shoulder, d Silk do
J- -lare U:i ief! fkou'.d the *ulct come N. G. \\Valk.r pjijvr d', bilk do <> -
t'i ITU! D.et. .f "Clw-rry nnd I Luigw'nn," uhkh i-i> J.I ItoV a i ;? rjo Uei-t Brx.wn S'iar. Kid Gloves Badjeatfx Kid do -
I Noah P'j'iry, ecitain for this awful li AUo j l"n IW.; T.xtra ai.'I SuK.-rfiuc Flour, Ba-ljeaux "
Ti.e lti.t.-pfnucncxi! .f BHZC nnn.yjnws pot-itlv/lv cure <>ei'e. Azorv Tur- | do Silk do d 'Silk dodo .,- ?
that:: a tray?
Lad jut been tic-ii-'J) l>v Prance kiid Dig.JaU'5 JanetH.. Tueker: hair. (t,) lertfledVtikty, do Silk do ( do Silk do C ''

Kide)* u<.l>iitf tieatio for tLe pnH4it war. Jnl AVaUer, 4'Jjr.es R tl.] > Lanl. Beaudm's Kid dodo c Beandln's Ki WAR. Advk.es fiinn the J1'l- I). d"rri 4'M11hOfl 10) (ask, Carolina Rice, Silk do ,
Fo & u.'E SCAT or Valuable Tf-Mlmony! In Favor cf an Invaluable Silk duGenais
tic; loAfrill2tb. >tatcthat: throe Anu-nean tl p* A. :.M.riild.) MaJi'tnC.II. 2 !I.5 ae* T.ni; IrS, it Go's. KM Gl ves. Gervais & Go's. KiJ Gloves, '

w 4.re sonic u here in the! I'iliic whli t-n ftf Ihcan S. R. So-ion:!*. .llcdirine.rjj" ; I C Silk do .

and Eng-Jish steadier had betn d, palth-- 7. M. .ALIj.r.UD, 4' We love to -e.-rd the Alimony r>( ir -'liul & Ho ST.ir Cin.le! Ladies' Super slk: Mitts, Gent's Super Lined Berlin fUov,. -

tJ for rlicm.Admiinl K. Mckiimey: tr.' u in f.i\or 4f l )r. M'l-nreV iTie.lime ; it i i'> :nit fv f M Best panirh Sers. Mines' d<. do doLauie da do LLle Thread Glora,

J "npTer hul: '3eft Ki. ge Pay fir the Island Jlamilton! II. .1 evnit, Jafptr, it.:. Iteau5 the \Viijiiaij' r.ciJ Liver i>\\\li\ nf I ilmt iliV- For M?. W BKKUY{ .t BOTTLES. do do Gloves, half Cohered, do Norway Gauntlets, 'J

do do do da B'lekskin Gloves, -

1)fl1M were open ni'd a Piti'Simi Rtm.T.n> < f Ftirue.Ti4. .- Juir.e>; M. Ilt-inlry, I but \M-re iutro>liioi.il into bin j>ractiitli the des-in-ii da Long do do do f do rn-aver do

) me but l.t'le he in tic Gulf .f I'mlniil.T Jtriy 1 R.! S'i! th. | '.f effictin giisI.| an 1 they bciine celebrated through Just Received, Long Snjier Silk Glove-, half fingered, i d-> Sup. r Antwerp Glove, -
The Loiil.ie'J fiiHtvn iii tlie llck rfra n rirA'l L1OM New York ansi New Orlean do Cotton 55
> CunLa ( S. !' AIiatr tl.iir grout merit They ar not, therefore,* to be Ladies' Norway Gauntlets. dadu ,
IrtAa. the' iiurtv: 'f t1i r5 t W T< tolielauti 1 S.e.r SfaV. : plaeed in the tame ea.ttt-gury uhh thc patent nostrums I ,r Sack* Java Cffe[ Sardirsl ,-a, Totetljer 'with a great variety of other articles, such a Emhn'dered hiar.dkercl.es, Plain, Csarel BorJe t
1 1 *. Adiu.ial 1)nw3as Lad S.n ks Rio C.'tr :S Tit S. C. Hams
protret 1hitpl e> t-ij- o, rcs ,
"I. the ilty, xib'Ii nrc so t vtrnvn ai.tly |nnTil in the and hIenititrlseJ Ilansikerdsiets, 1'lain Tase Bordered 1IandkcreLieft ansi Bssss Silk, Linen soil Cot 4tO
?. !:.*< ii I i'i rn.ifCi- 'itVo. l>urn iml \ A. SUffitld, u-ivi-rti-in C'iliIt.ES nf the Iwvpal.vr. hs. New- ?, IIarvlkerchief. Ladies and Gente Silk nail Cottsn 11o'icry. Boys ansi 3hissss Cotton det Lsdies BrowaI
i! Li.Iifl? t" flii.+h Uii fi i TMJ: iu CtLIt1Ie1Il lu M choice Segjr, 100() Sa'1sVhite Corn,
__ AlaiLr.a A.M.CMM..H! eomb nu'l l I I'uT.' in oi'tntn'.n with oij.erf ilnme h (lieil I and flk.aciied Liucu Howe. Gtit Brown and Blaehe&I Lii'in half Us se. L'tdies ttil G.nts lJrnlervf4tc, La-
"i1 uu3i.ihiilPrhs.s M. P... R W.ls I. af Lard
tIt B.-x. 2 >
: 30 fcius ,
It. 'ntifflJuml U f.i: <-u'ty. are /.mply: ;td. iv J sit P.ucl.as e't on the .r.hOn : .1 P.ba.! PhelpV Gin. 2 1s'xes Iswns
c. L. vriKi, S.L'tcI iiiiiiiiMiM $ in thus Ffx-akini s..lI of them, and t tn-.ly imit !1of every variety and tji fc. Bonnet, Cap, Satin and Lutet.trin Ribt*.ns. in every Color, Fi-hingTnekle day- ',s'fr > te
t csti.a.ii I Of lht itlfll u1jot t41lLc the lrftivii.il the 4 do N.E.WI.itiRum, 1 Cu->fc Clarifit-d Sugar, and Palm Leaf }'ans Ladu and Misaca Lace l 44e"
ale > iic<* ol "g'i jj tSaniaritau" iu esj descripliif Laihcs Fol-iiifj. Feather. Cli.'itrse Parasols. an
u3' (If r1i itk tLe Mb ..fTT.IS P .lix Liiic toii, Jad.'onvifle, i tlir 4 do Old Family Whn2 1!.> Br.rvn do ry AVhite Eml-rt.Mered? Silk
j| Jcavoriiy to txu.iid u c :- I IJi Appiq! Sauf*, Mantillas and Talma"! Greaawtte ShawK Mantles Scarfa anti
aWaflt st1i ratc4in) Kali fat. jind aty (i.-"Ir( t'.v'c. key, 5 Bbls N. O. Sypj '
ii>-vii i r. January SO. 1 Rf.O.GcnlliiHfn Talmas, together with a Linje! and ctropkte stock of Housekeeping Goods,cf every description; all of which 44')473
cs'n1cr.f f. ur li" urs occurred. T!.* 1'u! 4airtr Uiinh, : P len. 5' ; 4 Lbls T.x. Wiiichcstcr 2 'fl.r.'e4 Carolina Ri'-c, -t -
-AVc lave u'ed quite a a'muntitr of we offer J.t very rednml prices. Cull and examine for yourse v s. .
:t.tt IL'< d with jrii t at lo- and pursued a couidkey, 20 B xe.* Tobacco, April 1, ISSI. 13 2m TI10S. II. CRICHLOW 4 BROTHERS. 'f'

fl.tap: Nassau James T. O'>i-il, Woodtd MH: ti rahiatflf arifr/r, oiidnut. tn>Kfi iirrd'Jinth'' c, iintry. \ 4 hbU. Granulated; anti Casia CIAes.Crn 5, -- &r&.If.
Tu's 1iritii ar tevr. Cyc.sr. artivftd Ma'.ta | C. C. Bes-etit. 4. If >hed Scirars, Ytaot Powders, In the State of ALABAMA. '
TV e CHH f< t a s.tTirnnt quantity, we will Use Fire and Marine Insurance.
41 th > 7th. brivj"'C inipfjrtiiitt nws TLe Ti.rl* in 5' 6 dnz. Claret Wine, Citron Pepp r,
Bia.ldnek, otne' exi-rti"!) In :: :o if it. Situated! ia the district of lands subject to sale at
1j' tbru'iha, ifter the Ilust-iatu eroded the Jii L. JliZCinIotlJam, 4' 4-sre'. .L. DIDD .tCoDrf. NEWCOMB&DUFF.' 2 bbls. Lard Oil, Smyrna and Malaga Figs, 'T'HE Savannah Mutual Insurance Company, baring Spurt. .
rItk 1t1t : fee: jiJ *:amf; -r thm to Il rnud 4 doz. pts Sweet Oil, Starch, Caiidiec, Dates, X cstiiblished an Agency iu this City, will
St Johnf. Ga.l For sale at all th* Drut Stores in lulUlui6t.cc and Acr/A Ole bate line and Hast
hItnuiIirv iL Augustine, ; i'f oft.eptiuriaIr.eTZdsJfl
b9 Marine risks the most favorable
lhci.1 in
%8. ( tUu ti oiicil the te81.ftcr a 2 bbl'lornaSati'nc, Sperm and Star Candles, take Fire and on '
T. C. at one Aceney in ev< Tow in the South.
I'anl 1'iclr (ue half th llu Mai.s, v re cut tn I Humphry's, ly Ikrinetieally scaled Ij >London Poster, term. Apply to THO. J. PERKINS, Agent. southern luruiy. .
arvl llx.tlii l.alf m-i'-n-e-l the Dmiuta. Th Tuk. Jacob Micklcr" Apul 29, 1S51. 17 2w i stT. Clams, Halibut A-orted PUklea, April 1.'l. IbM. 15 6ru Townships 1 and 2 of ransjr} "j. '" '

had evacuate! CheuiWMHla vhieltas ra$ e-l \bs \l I'tthamV.. W. Tnml/.m. Palatka, aNd Oysters, English \Vuliiuts, Townships 1, 2 and S otange 8. I. t'3. .

Huinn8. It vas also ttal< l-IHI date -thai Si\OC
fltmians )ud "*i ed at Gklatz without IIYJtiofl.- i Natl in Xortnn, At C >lumlm., Ga, i'n Thursday, April 27lb, \by the 2 *> TuUoo Market S-ft Shell Almonds, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST 'fowships4ejdsofrangels. I'
All th. siation. it1u Mclntoth. Oraln
ieninl r. vrv PilbcrtH :3
Beef, .
-- -- lo the Ustrict to sale at Vaftavba.
of subject
; ; ifanuie : Rev. Mr. Cullen, As-i taut Rector of the Catholic
Two Englith ve el on tlie filled with Bullock, Pickled Salmon, Walnut Catsup, NEWPORT FLA. ,
prain' Lid been fired iuUt by the Hi sti-us, and mc !ISItf'fltfl, 44 j Church of Jits. Peter and Paul, Jlon. LESLIE A Smoked Salmon, Totuatto Cute up, just received a very large and fresh stock oft ViM of the banf t'ne and En..t uftht principal sb- 1

BUtlV.Three .1. M. \vi1i,4: 5' ( TAOMPSON, of thitity.. late AwoxM.ite Justice of'the Ro llenint Soda Sugar, and Butter HAS French andEogli.'h Drugs Vlvirines .. ridian,,OUtk1 sias'ey. ..

tho3 and Frern-li troops arrived at Cnntabti Levy, J). A Morjan. Supreme C.mrt of .Ilorida. and Mi-s JANE I SO Hit bbls. Northern Cracker, Chemical**, l'erfum* iy, !>jcfetufF TownsUp 6 of range It). .
tinple on the 3d. Hie declaration il war by Ntntiec .
John R. Tuwuhips6,7sod8ofrangel1<
Hatclit-r, 1 Flour, Dried Apples. *, 1'uinis, and Fancy Atu-lcs. -
aud Euglaad! cued imirK'Use rejUcwig att Cczitatiizope. fcibcrt AVat( it-ton, STRANGE, el.let daughter of Dr. E. L. de GratTui- 30 Bl>k St. Louis ansi Dii >d I'ouclies! stock selected Township 6, 7, 9. 9. 10 and 22 of rsr>ge !2.

Hilkboiough, Simon Turman, Tampa, ; rt id, of Columbu*. Obit Flour NuiK Candle Wick, My being ented. by myjeLf, ill be warranted Townsl'ips 6, 7, 8, 10, 11,21 and 22 of range 13.Towahips .
the Colonel Drew l ai repre Pbysiciau-j can rely getting
was reputed that Fiench en :i. Cuntiinjrlmrn, 4lKT. 10 Bbla. Iecti&dVhj. P.--kct Knives, their orders and ., with, ,,f 6, 7,5,9, 10, 11, 12, 20, 2 1'and 22 cf range
1sniU; ; to Ouur I'.ha'bu :(, Lad b* t u kiCcJ iu u Kendntk, Children's Shoes put Up rare> 14.Townh'ps.
key such articles a. POWDERS
Tax..csjr'sI4at are geujne. SELECT
7eCCtjl. 1Uft'f'. hLeniando, Jneiili M. Taiir, 1)e Sotti, j 4 Calk Bacon Si Jet, A small lot of Dry Goods. will be fi'-nihed wb.-5 oidered ftKiau9 other '7. 3,0. 10, 11, 12. 13. 14, 19, 20, 21 and
It:1.zL.-St. r,to>bwg wji* il.niui'te: l, and n If AV. M. G.Miimm, 4iukreI A P'' fiiR w ho have not given in their Taxes, for i 2 do do hams, by ph[> or 22 of range 15.
*. Having made with the best jc44
ileum sinigon the reteipt of thti trews of tie pittatrvtf ( MMinn .1 *- tJienu-el\ >. fur otlir will arrangements T,. 11 13.14,15 16 17,18,19,20
the D-iuuUe. ( Ha jigenl plefif-i at.ten.l All of which will be sold as low as any ot.berilouse Houses in rfew York lur select articles, I f wl no heajtatitn wnaLij 9. 10. .
]:. 1... 5' to U ,
Seijh. i > bame iinrr.etliutely, as the Tax Books will 21and2ot'rangeI&

EyGLAgL-Iu Great riuin the 1'nt-ter cvcrytLirg was uhioli!ni1.priteciiaI1yri Monroe, Benjamin Sawyer, Key West, be eWl >,, UJH lir-t stay of June. All Tuxes uot reuikred I i I in l the tdin city>r, for South the of C.uh.the store cf G. & J.Megiunlsa ; Also in a warranting splendid assortment the same. SCHOOL and MIS Town-hips 10. 11. 12. 13, 14, 1516* 17, 18, 19, 20,
aciiutit Holidays, I Pott-i Cri!"o. 4' b-.tbat time will bo JMe 1at>d. the Ksiht.i1l and 21 ef mnge 17.
of S. S.
has greatly cLeclt-d busiuebs. Pailianieut was Dot iiiseyin. Robert Claik ; I win b.; found at th.- U 15 1 and 18 of
( Drug tow of Mesirs. Bnr- 1 \ ala M.llat Auction any property desired to be TIC LES. Townships 12,43,14, 17,18

Geu.. Sir Richard Arinbtrong and Admiral Lowe Samuel Yoiny, 4' nard A Maxwell, com r of Clinton und Monroe street sold. wl ?n died upon either iu tuwu or country.Snl .- t gfLadres and other fend of a good gla a of SODA rarigelSTowiships .

re Unfa deH-1. Orange, Alirenion S. Spier, Enterprise, t Ma'Vr 1854- L. C. 1)EMILLY, Tax Assessor.I (iavs Mondays said Satir
The weather wcs very dry end the farmers cum Arthur Oiiin; 4' I 19 4t SentineL JOHN II. RHODES Danit I receives his supply of the cold stuff. Towrnhip 17 of range 20. 0

F.lijnhN'nt rin. Land for Auctioneer and Commission Jfercltant. April 15. 1851. 15 In the district of lands s'ihjcrt to sale at Tutcao"-
Suroptcr, AV. C. Williams Adarnsullc Sale
Th bad notified! the April 15,1851. 15 3Tort& P/i/'itr lane line andEast the
principal nt
employers Stockport "f-era WILL nf
I). O. Ix-igh, '4 F sell plantation terms
t( "- that the advanced wage* given last yeai must I be X ouub.e ansi arc rea ri ian, *ont.'tfrn tvrvey.
PI H. Cn 4' acoi.ziirnodaihig! to the
nolriun A \\atjiiitii-5psted.. Solomon Hull ie. hJei in Jelfeaoti Couut Fla, eighteen punhavr.miles. East It DAVID C. WILSON CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES.I Townships 2Z and 21 of raugea II and 1 2. '
Th Arabia sed th" Africa m the l&'h &inl ontl I ahIaImastp. .. and of sad -
pa 24 13
HI thA- i..i r i --t- iu the attention his cnsJ. AM nov receiving nn extensive assortment ofClutli Township 23 ranges 14.
'4' pleasure calling
>e rvei4iu if lire 19tl>, fell in with the brig Ilanaah In Mi4iIippi! i the legiJature jourucd on the 2din I is elu.icc hH3tI atjj in good repair, with aIlKeefla two It rpAKES. and the public to tbe choice and extensive *. Cassimeres. Vesting. Drop d'Ete, White, Township 23 of range 15.O .5
nt White Haven in i-iukim; ; ; auiiin, )iaviii, on .Uiiit without. far **i(1 Eixty acres cleared. Land hundred txioicc_ J l?_ t ; ; fl4U __.t ..f M
board BK e are awure.any vote on huycsa come anti afsortmr-at (51SRING bcillesi ain preparecfto make >nbbofl menuTan, northern j rv
the crew nt the brtg lleilua, of Liverpool foun ; f'r ourselvea. see alL ci which I up y. f4
NVl rjifk l il.!
dcred at *ea. Touk off b*th cr-e*s. In!measuie.Al lUima the>Jeifi.luture> ) adjourned nTx tit a fort- May 6, 1t54. 18 tf PEELEJL AND SUMMER GOODS, notice, in the most fashionable styles and on reasona- Town hir* 15, 18, 17, 13/19, 20, 21 and 22 of range
r4ItL-The Duke) tif Cunil>iiJgc. Lord Rajlim rrrivaK ALSO .
the recent le
has received by all > term* one.Townships
ein ilbout txnrutsion 'f in -- which he
night e, uu ( favor
and gaL agran'l arrived at review Tari of 25,000 he lltli tjf hi iiut. Nat oleonbad of the bill. pinion Notce and is ru.w opening[ for innpection. In the duportl A LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 and 22 of range

the oecatica. The Duke carri d the aut UK-r h letter n In LoniMan tin Legislature adjmirnej nnd was i iliititon D URING my absence from the whereof be pledges himself not to be undersold upon READYMADE CLOTHING, t-r. ) 0 4
State of-
"rh 15 16 17 IS 19 20 2i and 22
6 Green mr s'n, term, byauy house iu this city. T n' iipa range
)f.Vktoriat Xap.lc..n. tLeXibiafkabiiLati->rifil Intillirjrnctr.Tl.efrgr B. BjrdJ-Ul the Store of James the same and of Caahnmrette Frock and Sack
found rare Coneistiii" in'part three.Towirthq.3.
Kirkcy, th above be a very
A farewell oinutr tra* given to Jlr. Sauf rJ nt IV. editors) "f the National Intelligencer onzht Eq.. lulallabasiee, u tny duly authorial ago Am.*selef" lion ofLadies may "oats Fancy Colored Frock end Sack Coats, Tweed 15, 16, 17, 18, 19. 20, SL and 82 ol range
it < the 10th( iti't.Sritx.h choice
'II BENJAMj Sack and Business Coats,
to r\uj< \ip, an-j fnmiliurire tbems.-lven better with BYRD. Sick l Drop d'Ete four
J" 2btcd tlifct Sir. S White
revpj jn ie'tUctj.4I 1 1i 48 and Business Coat, ,
jmsbiig: evew. Tl foregoing rontnini three Ct Alpacca Sack tffntml .
.. sale
e impi.r.ttit In the district of lands nA to '
i to < -uiitiJ! rcpniatinn for the B'atk \Vaiiima ,1cr 1- .tmuiUke Th m -- u consisting'i''" Part of Lilian Coat Black Drap d'Eto and Summer 4S5
of Ala- Fancy *
a.f.ir that 4i'i te! ciIi idi-t.. the Snoi/irli i'rmnit ,,\ bani: Hti-1 Lt ji 8rm legislature uU ded itd in Jlinsissipj favor cf the. XeI Lanrine's Counterfeit Coin Dctecter/' ] Silks, Berage Robes Solid P r,1Broonde Cassimcre Pants, White and Fancy Linen Pants, South of: th: base: .line and H
<- iiu..ic] the needful njx-l'vy wnh ieeuniiur < .ra&l hs1h.-.Inf ,: ,. r1 'ur: itwrcasin demand in L 44 Blaok Silk, and Figured. White and Fancy Marseilles Vests, Fancy and llain meridian, *trtArr* turviy.Townsliip .
) l ..tide* bia'i Jiijf the Cifitain Oeiieiai f-Ir Smith) for' tbia Rite-White French Undershirts Drawers
1recunpense. The Intelligencer 1 valuable artiele.Iias induced Fancy Silk. Silk Vests.Shirt.Collars, Cruvati. 14 of rang i. -
the C HIIC he liaJ peimiUcJ bu oiLceJo tu puiit.e in 'En p.'Iitja evir inoe)hn.Mr.enMentlrWt therunffnouth} I estahhidi t an agtuejr In Jaek ouville the manufaetu to Crape de Paris, "Worked, Gloves Hosiery,Ac. JOHN PRATORIUS. Townships 7. 8. 9IU It. K. 13=and 14 of rang* 2. ) J
Ftllmire for
Jb* sntter.: fr Cuba eud begnnto1i1ibueter sale of it.With the exclusive BerajresncwwidspUiJid P rage Dtlames, April, UrXo. Township 1, 2. S. 4, 5,. 6. 7. 8, 9, 10, U, 12,14 anti "

t ItAtr.-A despatclt from Turin, dated April 10, Weld the aid of tti article i-tyies. Figured Challiea, 14 of ranges 3, 4, and 3* 1

state that the Prince do ilouaw and hisAlNlu We14rn ( af tni the Avt/tnriiis-The or hilvcr! ) be spur5H eni,, (of either Stli C..rd Tan, Brown Chalky Berages, 505.1 Townships 2. 8;'41. 5, 6 and" 7 of range & "V- _

Camp had boeti imjiri oued in th< f rt at Sicu. Sovral : the nntnrlnns T4'XIfl Seminole of lL 23 L) ut. learns that Wild Cat 0oJ4; 10 contact with may it (dctectedimmediately on coming Drabs;: ; Steele. Green, Printed Lawus. of Withdrawal. lathE District of lands subject tosale at Jlfof & wilier armU bad t&keu place aiiaiug out of tho i ir cjkf, ttd declared in cit etiu- I Blue Black and Tissues of different styles Notice
& emt revolt. j tJfl of the rent de1.redatjoe &oInnittd by bimseif I Price per bottle, f I, and tent free"of postage, or Pink White, J5 rage', Mnslius of all kinds, Ac, Ac pursuance of the order of the President of the U. rf tkfbaft lint ani east ef principal.-.- Eftttf
three bottle for V2 25. 0
and lii nouthrrn
Th trial cJT the as aseins of Count Row! i ii rioted. marauding band, oqi our %Veatern frnitir, ALSO, a full assortment of J sifted States, bearing date the 18th instant, issued ridimn. nnvry. _,
tbt hIs forays upon our settkment. Address, poet paid, C. K LAURINE. and Caps, of the Senators Towrahpstandotran"eIC. _
"Wtl Oruodovo a0d three vthera Lava burn con- and Embrokleriea. Hats the representations and at the request
Lace on
*wjm.d t. death. with, the Motion of the Goyenj( of Coallila. Jbo Jacksonville Florida. and Trrmroiug, Boots wd Shoe*. and part of the delegation In Congress from the Townshif 19, 20 and tJl'ofrlhga 17. '- -illTow.hpa17iS19a.cItOofrngo18. c
share the *ils with the May ti 1854. 18 Jt Bonnets Ware .
> da-
ej Ino'ians. Wood and Willow land within the following -,--
)Jt14.I,3. cyjn maji fom jujjt his 1*.CD rc.Jl"e Prawla and Fan, State of Alabama, the '
dutt (toni lkmibuv ta i Htll ult. It Notice.SlA (ilvs. H M.Ac, Hardware and Cutlery, scribed townships, situated in the States of Alabama Townships 17. 18 and 19 frangsi94O.-i 0 j

JJ.eIiltii tkt p h'a.ed Iu ft4tere(1 no AihaiiAo :: TheSuU nha.jt made a bold Luhi. Gaiters. Ilohlow Ware and Iron, and Florida along the route of the propdKxl Railroad Also, on the route ef the proposed bfaodt lailromlf .

*LI.L4ee R u-.i. ieri. iosurrecti.'Ur He IIHS) declared that the as t oBwuoo very step months aoer date J shall preseut my final am Albany, Georgia,to Montgomety by rder of tbPreud'ent.

gt_ J'.8t t fcball become the Of the and vouchers to the Judge of Probate( of G and from the last mentioned place, via V etumrka. bearing date the Zlst ultimo rAorlhof .
M'ques of
flTELLicEc.1wtaLu. ; that the imaniru and nil others properly who depend the state on, m th>.l. Madieon County as adminiatrator of Lucy Ribert,, t S.lDrot r1artide. required bv the country tie or Klyton. Decatur and Athena to the Tennessee the"bate fttMfaf
-- church for subtjbteuco ehall be paid by the ind aek to be discharged from mv aJniinistrutornhi towu r* Ju Inline, our 6U>ck conwt* line n ill be withheld from sale or entry. except riJitia, .owlhsni ..i.rwy.Townaldpi .
prt 14.-AduraI 1traut will re- state Rj in JAMES in and outward apI claims until further ordet., to-
ROUE11T3. realities than puffs ,
Adm>. nbKtantial for valid pre-emption .
adIOral lie
p1 ci' Lnwb j'j C'tUilnut of Frtticb fleet in don in Frao -e. If eau carry this through, the Sultan May 6, 864. 18 I'd rsego 5. o

*ue BI&ekSta, .' the purp Adndra1 will indeed fcbow Liinself man of determination 6m I gk IS D. C. WILSON- wittIn Towphip 10, \\ and If of rang*SO.v- 0 I

Duoda. chief mWandSt. ot u eoi4tiine4 and wwdont Turkey j. the most priest ridden country lSSi. the State of FLO.UDA. Townships 1OhIaad,11 of rang. 27.Townabipa 0

Amnndut" Lnre chi.t L14ete. Chen.land In tb world, and this property upoliatioo will reduce Cheap Goods. Look oat for the Engine. In tbe diitriet of land subject to sole at TutZ.Asssee 10, U, nd IS of rang* 23.- '

forces. There uoo' lattt autbeutic from Tur. the Mahometan eburcu eatabhiihmcnt to its|wop- 'PUfi SuUcriber conlemplaet Bubjcriber has forsate a fine EUOINEJ, esti- South af thaMae lin9 and U'elt / V Townships 8. 9. 10. 1 1, U ar HS ofrang* -

1cT. rr.status. _*_ snob new arrangement iu u.ejraV mITE together with tneridian.Towntbip Towmhipa II. 12. 1$ an4-14 c! range JO.Oitoe .
_ .1. matfld at bty-five horse power .
OEXUAGXt. :April H.-Tbe British fri u tiupbytn business a* makes it necessary to OF SAWS, and one of Page best Ciraulsr 1. and 2 of ranges 28, 59, SO and SI.TowMhip TewtisbipI-l41nd ISOne.ZI45. 0 I
gi Iti. that the of PrcsMa who GANG
t? hispered King diepos. of their one under kacd a4 the L1 0
ii of tnr
adjorc year Prago, and oai.not be cff precntfctock Goods. Tbi Stock &&.: itt. for Grist Mill. 1 of range S2. .ora oe '
lccDo; Saturday Morning, cot bus lately tank into babiU of iot"iicati 3D, will probnWy epumU ft a good supply cf Walche ol Saw Shafting Palleyj, A4.Ireu at tha city of 'WaahUijton, this Jut!, day SJreh, .
&pii every deerir.- Maelnnery
other JrJk tSf base lens and Wttt 'of tft principa
be to abdicate. Hi* broth.tr,tbe Prince tion Fancy Good jind slirv't any / .1
oa vnd.r compelled Jewelry.- *, Cutlery, Guns, Plated T. B. CIIAIRES., 1854. 0 $: -,
hiiy ,,
April ev.uing of Pi nsria, is tnatjtioBtfd M hk ueceasor by right divine Ware, and numerous other articles, wliib him at fallahiuwee.' seidian.' By orJ r oftlie President- -
I.MJ. tto Britit. fI'y plod '* and ((0 0) Patiol. >
Albany -
MupLcz of )Mariano mis and 6 rf 7.- -
ii but tbls man it a* bad M the otLer.-oly iu a themselves to Mil to cash 'customr rajTba Townships rango JOhN wn SOy : is
*, boM
a pet ner bq off Drago brc, 'oe itbeto !Blsek ,ra and J I dlnVrtnt line. It wnaki bt rpetitiGot'the old j*>- duc.d ices. TOWLE at& greatly irzis.r e 'iU pies.. copy- until ordered out, and send bill S, *,' 4, S,,nd 6 of rangn 23, 29, '0, 91 April 13, 1531. k.r., $w

j 1. We of sin; Pop' vcJ E ioj[ Stork. Aj 15 1E4. 1 to Juaer. I 0 -" I
16 l3b-t. 0 "
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4. Spring and Brnnmer :0. e& I >ATTENTION LAD IEL :; i
.l .
S '
i l" TV/TESSRS BETTON A WHITAKER ask for to Ftk.twccui 1tsM Ns

..- ..Olothing.Now TALLAHA3EK, FLORIDA, 1VJL rail TOOT attention to the r .,crnf'assortment of I -

.1I .r.t receiving at UM well known atand of A. B. ,WholaMJe and Eatall DM isr i IA Goods rwctW prr Wocitia* and adapUd to joor I icna- ; nwiiiHICH iA Li

.>.... Great fteniedy f Jr'ahr timilllcin t.Gout a fine assortment of : )1. DRUGS AND MBDICIHES.! ) sole UN; W ha*. a..J8'aUpaita"da '

L LI I THE .... foresMlktbo. '
4 Limbs and Joints .
I in the Side. Hip,' ; RCADT-9IADE CLOTHING, "
i rf
and variety ..,
... .. I Scrofula, Kings Evil White Swelling Hard Tumors, suitable for Spring and Summer wear, comprising in PKarvMnr Dyestuffs Surgical Instruments. Edgings Inserting. caahpric cry ** on liUpuD.

... Stitfjoiuts, and all fixed pains wlmtew. Where the following articles: Window Glass, PainU Ed'nn A Ins'ngs. Maltew Edging, DOLa ;

:. '";1 this Plaster! is applied pain cannot exi t. part Brown and White Navy Drill Frock .
'\ t.f.,'. It has been beneficial in cafes of weakness inch as Fancy and White Linen Drill do do do nod Glass Ware, Patent Medicines 4 Smyrna Real '5 M 'II" tLe lWN'

,. Puin and Weakness in the Stomach Weak Limbs, Clouded and White Frock and Sack Coato, Fine Soaps, Fine Tooth Pure Wine and Brandies Saxony ." Smyrna. Flouncinfa. w. wist to.I1 the' *cttotho .
.f t4 Lameness Aftection of the Lungs in their primary and Hair Brushes for Medicinal: Blonde .1White '
THE GREAT TURKISH Striped and Plain Gingham Sack Coota.Brk purposes ticularly to oar newly InvsxtUd adBftcUM '
't.It It destroys inflammation by perspiration.James Paint Brusbr*. Fancy Articles.Garden i Q
? r EEMEDY: stages. and Col'd Drap d'Kta Sack and Frock Coata,
\' -\ BALDNESS, L. Boyd, Pickens district South Carolina, do do Summer Cloth do do Seed, Fine Havana &. Goods. to Sew wkk a 'It,..

':I\'r And fcr Invigoratlaf ami Bea&tifyiBff tba Hair testifies that by its use alone he was cured of Rbeu. White and Col'd Drill Pants, Ho has recently received per brigs A.a Sawyer and TACONET Cambric Swiss Muslim This instrument u so juhnirabl fa : '

matism in both of his knees of several years standing.The Marseilles Mootauk, a Laze and Fresh .pplyor every varietyof J ** ,, Of eonWo 1-
!' r a Toilet Artic1e for beautifying keeping the Fancy Pants a Check ,,Book perfeCt in Ha operation and remit fat
banded fts
AB following was us by a respectable articles usually kept by druggists. Planters and
hair soft and ia Fancy Call\mere do for Summer wear, Striped Nainsook I th unqualified
glossy .
a healthy condition it if will find this establishment approval cf all who
in at full
:a If'1IDeqaaJled. Its Physician Georgia : Drk Drap d'Eta do do do Physicians always Fg'd cord"' Curtain M I art .
positive offeirisg
qualities are as follows by machinery.. For .
'' :- MrMRu. Scovn. & MKAO: -Gents: I Lave been using supply of every thing needed, and on the most liberal Iiata
lit It frees the head from dandruff strengthens the Fancy and White Marseilles Vests Linen w Bishop's &. is the only machine that can male .
Liverwort and Tar Hebrew Plaster a se .
ex- terms.
1 'f ', ., roots huparU health and vigor to the circulation! aua tentivelv your in my practice; for three years past very and it Light Sprhig Silk Vests. Orders from the Country promptly filled and satisfaction remain distinct and beautiful after wasaint ',
t l prevents the hair changing color or getting ._ I -ALSOA .I witb Mourning Goods. work. and every sort of le tlJer_ S.wiJ
grav.SJ is with pleasure that I state my belief in their superiority Cravats guaranteed regard to prices and
It causes the hair to curl Jone i general assormcnt of Shirts Collars. I king-Mattrassea and aH --i
beautifully when
tt 1 I\ OVER ALL OTHEE ARTICLES with which I am other quality. Physicians' prescriptions carefully compounded. BL'K all wool de Loioen, Black Satin, wni
; Jr up in i! over night This balm! i is made from the orig for' for which Hosiery Drawers Undershirts and various Bombacinea Hair Crape STRENGTH OF SEAM Is"l'QUI
.. acquainted tbejinrposes they are recommended. .
I 4 mat receipt procured from the original! Turkit-h Halin articles too numerous to menlion.A EPPING'S COMPOUND } g'(1 Silks French of this machine cannot be _
? The Hebrew PlneUr, especial/! is au Cassimeres Vestings Al o. EXTRACT equalled.. I tiaiii
(physician) orL'IIIIt.llltllloplt'There it full assortment of Cl \lm. pie in its construction
II universally CMVERS PANACEA forlocal pains. have also found manufacture to OF BUCHU. Watered do English and much more eawIrSJSDC
;w..11' used. The turks have always been celebrated for which the subscriber is prepared to December 24 185 3. Plain do operated than other. S "Pt
51 Sleeves
it a most excellent application for Sprains and Bruises. approved M'ning A Collars. any "
in the most
1 ; their wonderful skill i iu order on the shortest notice
.J ct mx>uuding the ricbet-t Hereafter we .halite
|per- It universal eati&faction wherever used.S. S nrepartd to
'. \"j f fumes and all otLer toilet articles. Iu gives st le. and best possible manner. All in want of good Glass
Turkey the aiomtttic S. OSLIN M. D.Kuoxville. ) Oils, White Lead, tc, Handkereh left. ofSe'wing: macluoea-eaek perfect ADd SuSSA
1 r ]url>., dc., of which this Lalcn ia composed Clothing call kind the
Jtj.-J' ore following cash
OIL March 4th. 1S5:). attendedto 1 HO BOXES Window GW, aborted sizes pricea.
t 41 ; almost universally known nnd used for the }hair.- 3f Orders from the country promptly LADIES Emb'dH'd-kfs. Ladies Hem St'd II'd'kf
i'.H" rt. Iftne a cur ofbaldntt or thin /eadf hair it l.y A. B. CLARKE. JL\J\J 1 00 kegs White Lead, pure extra & No., C'bric Tape Bordered 1. Needle and shuttle maehin of muni .

J ti tTy unl-ntnc't in thai en- t5r A VOICE FROM GEORGIA.J&Tltadtlit March 18. 1854. 11 ? barrels Linseed; Oil, style on wooden boz .. .1Ji
wis-h but
me Needle
of 6 2. and shuttle
., 'f'. t*p '. trial to be tnad- of it ; that will do tn convince following trs'itm.ni/frotn a J'liyt'dan.GENn.jxisv Lard Oil. Collars & Sleeves. machine of present"tjle
4d more
4 6tO. 20 Zinc Paiut on frame,. .._
t :. of its virtues than all the Your Hebrew Plaster Las cured Furniture, Chairs, Keg .........
t-f1 yon advertisements that me
Collars Embroidered cedle
Sleeves a.
can and
TT'MBR'D shuttle
.; 4 I'\t., be and that all of of which I have suffered for twelve receiving (romS 20 package Fire-proof Paint (bbls. and i Lb!..) aiachin with Bawly' _
:,:\ published, may be able to test its %ir- pains years _. \:TE are now 2 barrel Rectified Whale Hi Mourning Lace invented feed suction and cheekedsprini S

:, .t.taJJt\ -: tues, it is put up in Lnrg Buttl* at the low price of ja't During) tl.is (period labored under an a1Wcti \n .' '- .3. :, the Brig Asa Siiwyer.anti I 60 loins and tide and tned will at Furniture rooms, \ \ Copal ,
J1 '! ceuts per bottle. Remember the genuine has the of my many remedies that op n our otberIjcht
'J'': ,J-,. .t 1"\.'" 'Ignature C'f Cumstock & Bruther on the splendid[ my own medical experience sugestetl. but withoutiibtaiuiu a handsome and well selected stock of New York fipirits Turpentine in barrels and at retail. A general Silks et cetera. ,. do. sewing.,5 fll.

:, ,.,"'',.r..\; t wrapper. ; ri'liff. At length I used your Plaster and 1 City made Furniture and Chnirs. viz : nvirtmciit of Colors, rmbcIanJ other Painters' threadedmcbineaforwjj
.., t. : ."'I", am now l It its good effects entirely cured. I will recommend Secretaries and I Dook Cases, materials. D. II.AlES. LACE Silks. White Satins, .ack. and earI'd bags...........11.
". *
4: FOR THE y Mahogany G do.
,1. :: MARRIED. threaded
K y* rariTm. AND December 21. 185S. 61 Marcelline machine for .b work
David Hebrew and Plain Sideboards Silks Dlack"
( the Jew or Planter 111 all Marblo 1')1'
t. t 3 )LTIPLT.-I. a command that should be cheerfully aud Sofa Tables Florence and lather titching,. .i1.
who are suffering from contraction <>f the mut>ckE, orplrmnllt'lit Ct-iitrc Crape
:I t 1 ,oJ; f obeyed by the children of men. lJ R. LA RZ ETTE'S 7. do. machine with
1' pains in the side or buck 4' Bureaus, Wines, Syrups, Ac. Bl'k .'i{.d" Tarletons, oss'd Col's. apparatua
: : JUNO CORDIAL or Procreative Elixir pre crib<:.dlu The of Georgia have but to become If I3laboganv "..1 h"l all,1 Bl'k Wat'd White Silk Illusion, to bind mattresses,Ac,...,. ......'lA
: I. people acquainted Otard Fresh Dates
1',1.t.co. Brandy, do.
8. threaded
aD effectual restorative in cases of debility. impaterrey OLD IJroclUle" Bl1c.. machine of extra n'xe tor
}. t *\ with its viitues when they will resort to its use. Extent-i Tables Port, Claret
quiltlogeoat ..
:; I or birrenness. and all irregularities of nature. .? White Wat'd Blonde Nett. linings .
: Yotn truly, M. W. WALKER PForsyth Breakfast Madeira, Old Port Juice 9. do. threaded machine
I 'r.f"H; ( It is all that it professes to be, viz : Nature's great of larger lizt for
Monroe 4' WorkRosewood
: '.f.: .' mtorative. and remedy for those in the married 1 state Comity Ga. Sherry Sparkling Cider, quilting extra sized linings....
I 'oI"g:.; ,_ 'S,r, -.: without offspring. It is a certain cure for 8'nl1nal.e To Messrs.Scovil & Mend, New Orleans, La.JEW CentreVork Wardrobes and Fancy Titus, London, Porter Scotch Ale, Ribbons & Trimmings. I 10. do. threaded machines adapted to tap .1110

.'4E: i;:' inis ioo, general debility gleet weakness of the genital Mahogany" Brandy IVaches, Brandy Cherries, BONNET & Sash Rib'us. Black Silk Fringes, seaming coat ileeves.
4 :. \tfi..1.'.. organs nervous affections, leucorrhoea or whites. As DA"IO'S OR HEBREW PLASTER iv N. C S Bedsteads Raspberry| Syrup Sardine ii; Satin Zephj Worsted, 1 1.Embroidering Machine making an'o'r '.."

.1., 'p. !.:J c" : : BJI invigoratingmcdicint it i is unt'qun1ted.180., acertain ME Sn.S. SCOVIL & MEAD: I have been troubled Toilet Tables Whatnot. Bronze Hat-Racks, Quar- Strawberry Fresh Lobster, Velvet.Cap ct Belt Worsted Bindings mental stitch with two thread... .. im
.t. ; t'tttt Basket Tables Music Stands Iliirh and Low Lemon" .' Shad. Silk Braids ns orted. White r.r S t :. 7 remedy for incipient consumption, indigestion. with the chronic euuiatism for the lallt twelve large Sewing *
.1t f. ; loss of muscular energy, physical lassitude, female years. On the 1st of Julyj 1849. I was en bad that I Post Bedsteads of Sof.w Tete-atetes, Ac, Ac.t'hhirs Ginger Salmon White Silk Fringes, Snake Cord & Tapes. ings and ship saila with fixtures and

hW t 1. 41 .:' weakness, debility & It is warranted to please the could not turn myself in beds and the pain so severe I. great variety, Pine Apple ** Clams apparatus complete from.f400totllflft

.: .. .l.i; user in any of the above complaints! and is of pricel that I bad not ulept a wink for six days. At this Carved and Plain Mahogany Rockers, Gauva Jelly Preserved Quinces, Gloves & Mitts. Machines will be fitted' for -*-nir nn-1 _._r\.
q Cane Seat. and Back Rttc..kef'l. .
.: ... '.. S r. si value tit those without offspring.CACTJON time my attending pbvficiun prescribed the HebrewPlaster" Walnut Rosewood and Oak Chairs Currant do. Peaches, ass'd and colored Kid! Gloves, of work on reasonable terms. The !;Lj;=

"""H!':? EJCTEA.-Fiud the name of Comstock t and it acted like a charm : tbe pain left me, Maple Rockers Sparkling Gelatine, Tamarinds, I! "LADIES u Silk curelr packed for transportation to any part 6f
CliHii Misses and Children's '
c,1 m t r.i S Brother on the vrapptr and nectr buy it unleis and I slept more than half of the night and in three Sewing Flavoring Extracts Spices, J Beaver: world, and fall printed Lnst ructions for using aDd I wl

$[ .'!& find the above name; as it hat been e'xtentictlt/coun-you Ian I was able to ride out I consider the. IIel>rewPla and Low Chairs Yeast Powders, Pickles., Cachmere M ing them in onto are furnished with eaehlaaetisT'

1.'lilkSV*i :r. ttrfeittd of lutl. Avoid the counterfeit as .you would ter" the best remedy for all sorts of pains now in Nursery and Refectory BERRY Chnir Jicn Ji Ac.ROWLES. Corn Starch, Salad Oil, Buck Oauntletts, Machine needles Silk twit en spools. cor*fa.

1, . : poison.GEORGE'S. use. 0. W. M'MINN.UenJersonvillc November Olives Capers, M Bl'k Silk Mitts, thread Ac.always on hand and for sale at lowest_
'Y 1853. 45
t .1.t.::: .('lr ; HONDURAS SARSAPARILLA N. C., Aug. 16, 1 S51'. 12. Worcestershire Sauce, Cocoa. I. Worsted prices. Principal Office No. 823 BroadwsT.K.T.

,. .::SSp: : EXTRACT, For the cure of those diseases Engli-b Mustard D. H. AMES. October 29. 1853. 43 BRANCH Orricw:-67 South Fourth SfreetPlfc.
nri-ing I !
: Y.c:S: e. Specie Specie Specie December 24, 1853. 51 delphia. 159 Baltimore Street Baltimore flS.oTer
from state of the blood
3- -: ;.tt-t" : : an impure such as Scrofula, sale by S. S. KNIGHT. -4.-p.- Street, Boston. 197 Elm
1" Street
stubborn ukers. skin diseases pimples ou the face, Beware of Counferfeitt and bnxe Imitations.gf "' 25. 1854. 8 AGENCY OF THE /ETNA CO.
.'L : '.:' f mal and complaints, &e. At ) FRESH GARDEN SEEDS, L1L SL Qill. .
t I .w irrigularities a genfiol rTMIE undersigned, Agent of tbe above Company
The will In future have the March
j""t".1., : genuine signature 18. 1854. 11 1m
(tin c and invigorator of the .tem it it Leon Circuit JL
ty wieyiialfd.Tlu's of E. TAILOR the steel label Court. GROWTH OF 1853. will receive applications for and make insurance
.: r: on plate engraved on the
i : medicine M not ojtred n. cure for all diseos- top of each box. Elizabeth Iloldemes, Adm'x of i RUTA Baa, Flat Turnip,Cabbage.Beets Ac..just against loss by Fire on Brick and Frame Buildings Wakulla Iron Works
those .
: e but merelr" 'r arising from impure blc od.- I \'cd. D.H.AMES. Furniture Merchandize, tf. ,
advised tbat lluldcrocss. dcceascJ. In Cliancerr.
Purchasers are a mean counterfeit of James
; ..... It i ill caisipoieJ: of PI-BE noxDtTRAs sn!APAnatA. com- 29 1853. 4 B. C. LEWIS. NEWPORT, TLOBIDA.
December 4 January ,
? 51
i, ..4 ... Lined with other this mlirltf I i" in existence., TLe genuine is sold wily '5- Bill for jpecin'c per
; I pal't-l.\ vegetable substaime
l' :' .;: .!' bnwle1ed 1 efflciey! ,and 5 is mnnuf.lctul'f'tI.with thrfrtJtttt ae- by m, and by our a;eivs' appointed throughuut tleS.nsthsoi'Zn. Christopher. Strong and Chris- I formauce. Notice. THIS Establishment will be attended is'now in fan operatic ja
t4. i ol/'tirrj/ it'll tiana Extensive Assortment of to with M
t promptDall -
\ /ieiL'i 8 < it. Dealer Strong. JT
I t' .... ,I.! '.;.a.:. ; are to the, every etrifest pound eheiniral(I( the SnraparilJ.i being and purclw: f rs geiu-rally arc cautioned i a;ain"t buv- [ appearing by afliidavit made in thU cause that SIX weeks from the date hereof I wiHappjy to the SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. work done with neatness and dispatch. _
tubjecled ttsta anil its All kinds of work such
m I. geimiaeiioai Alex. McDonald Judge of Probate of Madison a* Work,Jill! W\
'. t.f but ul.ir l'"to, otherwise will
IJ sassy tour rt: : I they resides
: : : aecrtajntd.r' bcfiH'e 1 Vtesrg need I and it containsten ; ; I d"ffiidnn, Chiirtopher Stronjr, out of the Gin Gearing.
: Mill Circular
; County, for an order to sell the real estate of Saw Xaduatr
i, ,/ *5 t'niej as much rie< lI b>* impoKd np >n witJi n\\orlliUs> article.S..L1 Middle Circuit FLrida, and in the! State of Mississ & RUST would respectfully call tbe
nJurasSarllal'ari11nftllnu'y Shafting, Pulleys
i. oj II :.. a'ro hv I). II. A!inei, Barnard 1 &- Maxwdl James N. Lea deceased. flf said CountyThOMAS -. HEIR Plough Castings. Bra
v. '. ether rrrr vfrredjort loa 1 1'. < >]>|>i: of their customers and friend to tbe extensive -, Castings ic.; also 8ugsr Kettles of sis
-. : M. ANDERSON.Sheriff any kept
t .:. Xji ih ii Ca, Tliia.te! ; Rojtis .l- Son. Clmtta- /.' i.. That the salt! tinaPPItr and tasteful .
: :. ., We bare endeavored t iu Georges HonJnrn Sir otd'ifl. Chri-topher Strong and rx,officio Administrator. assortment of Spring Summer constantly on band. All work done 1 ia such aa sstaV
: t : 'a- j J'Mee; GtF, Biltzell) Maiiauna; .lurdan, A D.uid- and the billf rt''l'll1iut filed herein Goods which they are now in lubinent trill be dune
answer opening. Consisting by ns. witb
ive a particular
tl the
,. ; jiorilla ); t.) pub'.Ic! a l..dlI1fl.ldl) can be April ?, ISM. 11 itftH
; silo, Quiney' : A. II. Newport; Samuel Pu- : the will be taken for coul..llIgainl't him : ofGente to the and
"' : depend1, ejvm to d i i !%r them! (in the J of diseases or same part strength durability of the work.
t'j .,' } .. to, whwL itu adapted! )) all that Medicine;ins tio I l[eston, Moi.ticll l's oviJ.tl' That n COpY (if this or.r! be published insome Metallic Burial Cases. Black t Colored Alpacca Sack & Frock Coats, Competent Workmen always readiness to pot ip
: ot .* can ; m>d IVhuaiy 25! 1'$4.' 8 cow4m in the Middle Circuit of ,. Luatr .
I I published Engines, 4c.
i I.:ow.. A"i- <11 t1 1 j dot tint I we hire done I so, we I Iavc it to tinS .- _- new-paper %
; : S S'. 01 Common SENSE ofthtp'uplc todecHo Dli. MARCIIISI'SeELEB1U1ED Florida once 1'I'.k fur t the epace d four mooths. Cashraerett M Terms will He liberal, and all work doM sfrietljjsr

I '1' :. .: ".' 2 extract eftle BETwrtxan AT CIIAMBE.US, 30th Jannarv.18.r.4.. Dn'pD'Et cash, or accepted order. on acme business 1bm a 1JM

.. ;; a rrnnnnMU'ius 8r.rARii.LA and .1. WAYLES liAKIIR Judge.A Merino .4 a aSI place. Talldi eee. or Quiney.
: .. thenawv. icvrll'tt L'rlrn'ft of a tcoith'ilttt commonHirtipir'.lli CATHOlJCOH ..
'I..,. '. .;.,. S sold. Then be True Copy-ATIK"T: Paletots. Liberal prices paid for old Iron. Copper and &sk
now not deeeived. Re-
r.: :'f' .. f; tMtloGCOUGESHONDURASSAltSAPAUlLLAand I FOR THE CUKK OF SUFFERING FEMALES.: HUGH A nCIIJn. J It. Clerk. : undersiijned keeps constantly on hand vnri- Drap D'Ete All letters must be addressed (post paid) to

.,' .t, '...j :f.\ S yon v.U t c: lewnrded! by n quick and cure. T STAND** pro-on- February 4. 1Or.; ft 4in 'rIll'* sizes of )the Patmt Metallic Burial Cases Clouded Marseilles JI. B. roSD A co.
} easy "
... .I ....:."::. :r TO THE 1.nmYuwL..) wieha tea pif if,,! \\1'\fl I1.. 1 meat for its cura -- -S Bounty- -Land--- -Warrants-- mentioned iu the accompanying certificate. Chamtra Wallace Cloth lSatk.Frock Coats.. January! 21, 1854. S NewPort,71.

:; r .: .. lear akin, free fr.m all pimple' *, blotches, and impurities \" "JII'!'! :'b 7tive, pvers in nil the J. A. EDMONDSON. Kremlin Manufactured Tobacco.

S ,.. }, S : we say, abandon tLo aso {.f paints d mixtures S <'. 1If1.if d."ca..s. fr wliioh it II'j. .t BoUGHT at the fiijifxt price and procured u ; ,. .

I' : 1. ,.:. anl u.e the g Muinc Georgi''s H'TI.l111 Saroaparilla&t.I I. : 1''f''I/lIU'nrj, eallcd t1 ti uh, lutVtf imt beets hhlc to <.*)t.ilfi WASHINGTON, April 5th. Broun.Fancy Gingham White A Cord Linen" JUST RECEIVING further stock of lOaf St

; t",.,0,,. It bejutifies the complexion by removing every par- .: l'CiIUr: COM ?1 IIAI! their claim. If any hive Ttt'p.t'.la lesS L. MrSalM. FlSK AND RlTMOSP White and Buff Marseilles Vests assorted Manufactured Tobacco at Trmr

..14. ,:: !}. : tick of morbid or diseateJ matter from the "bl<,>d.making I' ) >. PLAINTS.Oft5ice irnount than they were entitled to, Kt ni- know it.- (tKMiEMiA:: :-We \itiie'eti I the utility of your cr- to and) cord Welting prices than it can be bonght in any of the lamwf ;
a .J. : it puir, h"tlthywvijoroun\ and ch.mgini! '' P 1 I liming; : had fii.iten 2ar* exp ii it.i... iu the prowutiin natu -nt.l *- Patent Mrtallic[ Burial C:'4'."used( to convey Brown Linen ., lets North. Traders will do well to enmm mmp*
f' / \ SS:)tf ::1.. the yellow aud. dirk counteuauce to the bloom and S S ... '\ : CIH Uteri /,111" and Si-ttlin, : of(;o\fiiiiieiit, cl Cim*. I understand the remains the late Hmi. J"ln C. Calhoun to Black D'Ete Pants before ordering their Spring stocks. "Wul fcnrwJlaanples.

l..l.,1..; :;,. freiiae5 of >outh. ..",',.-r' \N\S < the \\.UIII"or FallingS Fluor I i I fully the ways and means of jji-tliiuj through the various the C'm r .-.ional Cemetery nl-rh impressed us with Dnip" with prices attached to any desiring it. A
'' It {.ofJ.. .' % _ ; I Dq.arl!J\1t'lIfd at \"a. lllllt"II. have in layi.4.o.s..i"t the belief that it in tie! l best article known to us fur ELutigue credit to let ct .o\pri1wlll be given where aa? *
: ; This medicine 1 1 tOtt 1 -f TiLich Whites Cl.ronlc; fu- Merino I
is upinlarf (Ir
'. w.bii .. ,'r. put c ,one I' ,
r is
)( \ I n-C'nd evidence ":'M; Florida 8jIa.- transporting the dead to their final resting-place. ,. tity required. D. LAW. ;
: .t.- I.x Vian: ., is t'/ftfU to six of nti:i vther vcr inndt.CAUTIOV. vflansatiori an.] Ulccr.iti \ QU't'D'tCloth "
: I iiania besides South Carolina and Ten With we sub-eribe ourselves Yonrs. Jc Newport, Jannary 21.1834. 3
rJ'rJ'ftt! i .:# .-Find the name of CoL3Itock t Brothers noftl> Womb; In- 120( Geirgis. White and fancy Lnen Dnll Pants,
; 00 the and will get the genuing George'sHonduras cid.saal 1 Hemiorrlla.l'. | Mj"ie Mr.iter: Rolls of JMTOIIS engnjjed in the Florida H. Clay. D.ILAUhw.11, Jeff. Davis Blue and French Cnt'onnde.' "
Asa administrator
you May
of Richard
S .
'i' 1 wrapper War. I If have (juaiUr: Master( Pension or lewis (Ca! A. C. Greene, W. !R. King
c.i; I | you any
: 8arl'aparilla. or ri'xKlin Brown and Blenched Jean Drawers, and
; :;; Painful B. Cole of Caroline Cole. and in
I D. S. Dickinson Dan. Webster Dot'ge 1
\.r.l1,1' B. untv Laud C.alms: call in. No charge if I obtain ,
AU orders lx
directed COMSTOCK i.
must to Suppressed li Linen Bosom Shirts. Merino Undershirts
11 nr regular his own right and Margaret M. Cole,
: C. 1I. BLOOD.N. J. M. Matoii J. ). Berrieu, W. P. Manguin. .
ti..14b tjt) ,
"" BROTHERS No. 2 St. Peter Place (rear of A tor 1 Menstruation, te., money October 1 1S53. 39 tf Gents fashionable Black Silk Hats wife of said Asa May, Complainant, Ja Cbaswe7.vs. ,
with ttled bnsinoss, iiinrcted ,
B. Pcron
:P :. ::. House,) New Voik. Price $I per bottle, or eix but.tW.r with nil tliir accompanying evils. (Cancer exempted,) uns 6 a u Drab Beaver in J.ff.rtoa
also -- -- -
l t- t: ,%.. : .. ties for $:. no matter how severe, or of Luw l')ng standing. with the late estaUMmu-ut are invited to call. In (lip C-rcnit Court for Madison County, JfrfJ'e Black fur. Drab brush and Pearl Hats Bnrwell SfcBrkJe,administrator of County.
November 1S53.
r.'j/ ::. Sold only in Tallaliaa.ee; by EDWARD BAR The Catliolicnn far aurpa'! oUier leniedit-s, in being __5 n, _44___ CmXollre. Circuit f thf State of}Florida t-pring Term, 1 S54.Hubert P :,.iI Black
l': 4. ., -i:o NARD. Juhns'm t Eppes, Monticf-llo, E. Seiz<, more eei tain, I l.M l'xppJfiatIlt 1t':1\in: ll.e's.- J. Bishop and Chandler) lufauts f&uey Pearl Hats, and wife, Caroline M. May and the

'. h \ Tbomasville, I). J. Dickeusou, BaiubriJge, and \\ty CDCxasn t tern in a Ix-tter condition. Let all peisiis inten:!td ln,1cr< i iifnd, administrator on the estate of H. Smith partners tiMr.g the Attachment Fancy flood children and heirs of Richard B. Cole.

; ;t4\ in every town. t- l in Mich a medicine call find obuiiti a ]}amp'<'t, THE. S. WilCOX! deceased, late of Le.'n County! name and style of BuLop
sr7ii't r i::;: Ji _()_ toherl5.I$3._ : 41 (free.) contuiniug ample pr of, fron liujlily respectaMet gt\ts notice to all J'rotnll' having demands agimst Smith. ] #410 25-100 Cot'hired Satin Ribbons, Black, White and Colored I fendants.
._, t..f the_ Karmv results_ (if. its_ IIVP. .. tiolFiotl..r. .. ... n.tl. ) I, . . vs.
; ; on 5fiiefis n n I. .ii.J (estate to prent tin-in \\ ithtu the time preserirKMby Charles Russell Velvet Ribbons. TT appearing by affidavit of J. T. ArsKsr. AsJ
Executors' Notice. letters (nom I experienrotl 1'11toiciauI.. \ ; law, or tliN notice ,'iIlloe pleaded iu L rofthfirrecovery .1. defendant, Burwell McBride resides out ths SUM
Ladles Dress
have used it in their practice and speak from tlitir : fTMIE Defendant and all other persons Infereste.1.J Goods
Pt.i.v:: r $: SIX months afer date to-wit: on Friday the 21t own observationsRnrERENrrx ; and all thou indebted are requested to are required to take notice of the commencement Consisting in part of- of Florida it is ordered, that said dsfendaat appsrf

of Julv next I fchall pre.*ut to lie Court of -Prof. Dnnlmr. M. D, Baltimore Md make pavment imm.diatclv.JAMKS of this suit, and to appear and plead to the declaration Plain and printed Embroidered Lawns, and answer the complainant's 01 on or before |alii

rS4 Probate, |f.r tilC County of Sa-Kden, my account and J. C. Oniclt. M. I D. Baltimore, Md. P. H. rkham. M.; BAKFIELD, Administrator. I tiled iu said cause. Black and 2d Mourning first Monday in August next otherwise the sans dl
vouchers Kx: of the Estate of Reuben B. Uieks March 11,1854. 10 8w be taken pro cow/ir..'o against him. Provided a sow
un -cutor !) Utieu. N. Y. I). Y. Foote, M. D, S\\'II'no: .., N. Y.; --- ----- I M. WHIT SMITH, Plain. Printed and Embroidered Organdies,
d cea ed. and apply to the Judge of aid Couil fur a j M.? H. Mills. M. I 1), I K-Jioster. N. Y.: L D. noming, Administrator's Notice. O. M. LKK: :, Black White and Colored Jaconet. of this order! b. published in some newspaper yaVHshed

final ducliarge: 4I(which all parties interested), will 3!. D- DCanandaisiia..! Y.; W. W. Reese M. D, City claims ; the estate (.f Attorneys for Plnintiffn.Madi Black and 2d Mourning and Colored Bareges ia the Middle Circuit of Florida for four awitf*
Alcana take o ,tiee. BURWKLL WILKES, |I of New YoikSr.. Pie .rott. M. I), Cinimrd N. H.1'awplilfts 'I. ALL I persons Saunders hiavitIg, decea"ed against, late i.ll o-n County C.11.. MLrCh 22,(April 1:) 1854. 3m : Black. Colored and Embroidered Tissues, next preceding CBAVBXXS.the said ruin day ia Augwt n aOKDUXD '
Executor of R. B. Hicks, deceased. Pkiti ami Printed Ilemamy,
can be Lid gratis at the drug Stores of are notified t.t them fir pameritwithin
hereby present Notice. Mareh(4th)11.( 1354. 4m 10 .
? January 211854. 6m. 8 Black a-id 2d Mourning and Colored Gughams .
the .tlts. will
following the time \ law this notice
prescribed by or S :! mouths after date the undersigned administra, of all qualities.
WORLD'S' FAIR PREMIUMS. I PALMER A BROTHER, Monticello l*> plead in 'bar of their tI'C"fHJ; and, all persons indebtwd SIX of the eutaieofJilni O. Rawls. dcCeaee U late Edging and Insertintrs of all descriptions. Notice.SIxMonthiafteTtlate.Ishan.

I SAMUHLPULliSTON, do. t. said: estate arc pie-trd td make immediate her final uiit and plM>
of Gudffd u-c"
County.t'iII pre4'iit Colored I Parasols and Parasolets. pre.ent7
Tallahassee. Jm'r.Mardi .
4 I paJmf.ut. JOS. IJ. CHRISTIE vouchers to the Judge of Probate of said County, and Black and 2d Mourning Parasols and Parasoleta *- couot BOU TODcoen 10 IDS nonor ot..-

YEju.t been awarded to the very ABEL .t (;RI FFIN. AJI lat.'Li'l'a.} 18, 1854.u 11 _._ __!w. ak tAl be .lischar: d. ELIZABF.TH RAWLS, Gloves of all descriptions Probate for Jefferson County, u executrix rf.WHam '.
.4 4_ f1ffftHA elegant and superior A. Alligator. Copper; : Tin and SheetIronMANTIEACTORY. March 1ft, l ISO J. 11 fun Administratrix.In Spring Capes. Collars atd Visittes, G. Clark late of said County deceased si P1
Letter aMieased 1 to MCMM. Beach at Bmwiibon tbs
::S' Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs I for a d miuion from mv administration of aw
PIANO FORTES Agents at New IMMTV C. H: S. C., by Rev. Re 1. C. I fie Circuit CUllr/lur J/.dh.II County, Jlid.llt Estate. EMILY CLARK. ExeeatrkJeffe

_*I : t Exhiliitod by the subscriber at the Cndal Palace. In S. Beard, of same State. C.rclil'l thf Stale of florida-Spring Term Ib54. Saddler /.,on County November 26, 1853. <- _
making the above announcement,they would ttke this GLENN SPRINGS Jon. 9. 1853. 8ul".crihrl't ii. of Tul- George Draper and Eleazer' La Ii'4. ..;. f"im the citizeu'
thanks their}
s their to
$ opportunity: to extensive return and liberal numerous hereto. Messrs. BCACH J i BaowsSias: I send for an- r1'tllE "" un l the Miir
: friends toT the I patroragc o'lier bottle ..fymr Alarcliisi'u, Uterine Catholio" S they are II"1.n'pltn.,1 tf fur'i"h co"tllllt'rs the statue and Htyle of Draper Attachment Spanish HARTFORD CONNFCTICET
and them that
lore extended to them assure no pa'iuhall
I be to sustain, the flittering imputation al- My wife has been afflicted fur eleven year., and a va- I with! all kinds of ware, v hulvMalv and retail, in their t k Eldn-Jge I Amount sworn to II Tennessee Stock 1300l
spared 6I ttutet. 5' Capital e
k of has been resorted to for nlif.but V.'. ?754 7S-100. ,
liety means none line of l>n>in '4*
S ?: c ready attuined.their a id iu order to meet have the added inei' -ased demand -:I WI\4 obtained until I r.in'ltlli. IItt i"-lI' (run IOu.I I The ubactibem ea'l 1h:- Md-nticn for instruments, largely
; : to:their* manufacturing faviliticn.they tvhicbthcy trust will( Its influence Deemed alnioet magical ; there was u their n-!*'rtm -nt (,f Tailor C-x-king. and \\.MIII Mtoviv.if Till e! defen.Iant and all other persons interested Patent Leather Quilted Chamois Seat do., I prepared to take risks against Fire 0.baiW'

enable them in future to meet demand. I manifest improvcnipnt from the tiny! it was takt u. I < the latest style ; nil trimmed in complete order at take notice of the Commencement of this suit, Bridle,Martingales. Riding Buggy and Carriage ings and their contents on the most favorable tera

from abroad promptly, whether dealers every or other A* there are n threat many fertmW in our country I the Iwwett sisal 1..t price. Please call and exttInhIIe and are ruqncetrd. t.i appear and plead ti> the Declaration Whips, Valises, Carpet Bags, Ac, Ac. : F. H. FLA GO, Ap*.

r2 *, are Bayer iavitei Ut examine our splendid assortment j laboring tinder the stiRiction fear which your medicine ln.fore purchasing elsevlitre. Also Brittamiia 11I111: filed iu said cause Hardware and Cutlery. TttlJ ""."e. November 8, _185. 44 -
I u remedy, I feel it n duty t> recommend it IAVK! Sheet Lea.l M. WHIT SMITH. i j
befyre purcLaMnsj elsewhere. proposes CLOlfGH Japanned Ware, Pipe, Zinc SIet: Knives!! and Forks Pen and Pocket KniVes Guns, DR. JOHN .P. DUVAL
GROV12STEEN Hot l. J. D.)AI.CDISI A Co.. Proprietors Ceutral Depot, o04 tiring Pipes-Shop work ofemy description done Attorneys for Plaintiffs. TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA.
Broadway, N. Y, adjoining St. Nidiolus ] Box. Door anti Pad Locks Cast Steel Spades and Shovels -
N. B. rremiun.ere awarded by the American Broadway. New-Yoik. with neatnesS anti despateh. Madison C. H. March 52. (April 1.) 1851. 3m 13 Collins' Axes Chisels, Angers. Planes. Cut-oails OFFICE AT TILE COaT flOtX.

l' Institute- ----y--to their Pianos five years. in succession..8- January 14, 1854. S ftmrruuce WHITE 4,) :- i- SLUSSER.IRKS. I ,I.'n":1D..... .nnH.- .ihr.... .PIann.BERRY .....iL. Iron. Blacksmith's_Bellow_u Hamm__ rs._Anvils. _.Stocks. January. is. 1854. 4- ,
n..t"J..r R ;: tf and Dies Screw plate Vices lloea Uorn Sheliers, -

SNUFP AND TOBACCO. & GORDON Straw Cutters, Cast Plow-pobts and Sweeps, Trace
SIX months from date, the undersigned) Executor of Leon County on Works.

: j; PBTta tORUL \RD, MAMTACTCBEB, last Will zuJ! Testament of JoJm I'olcr,deceased. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. 297 Broadway. Chain, ttc, dc.t1roc rlf'.. \ hereby given that the subscriber J..tor

i1 KO. 42 CHiltlAM BT, 1'. T.OfFEn.s late of Leon County will present his final accounts Establishment is now in full All (PUBLISHCKS of Music-nnd S of the Estate of Thomas J. Heir, laU of JtIer
and vouchers to the Judge of Probate for Leon TUI3 operation. Sugar,Teas. Coffee Rice. Best Pale Otard Brandy data ktL
e for sale the } County, deceased will six months after
articles warranted be
following rs will to with and Dealers wholesale and retail in Pianos, kum.I County
and ask (or a discharge. J. S. ISLER Executor. j promptness i I Old Rye Whiskey, Rectified Whiskey. Gin of'J' !'
L quality :-Maccuboy, Scotch, Coaise all Work done with neatness nud tli-pnUh. 'I lcl..Jiou" ulIII
*: t French, Rupee, Honey Dew, and other Snuffs; also, January 21! 1854. 6m. S All kind of work Htul.as Meam Work, Mill Work, Grand, anti l otter i'unios made by Hallet, Davis Candles Wine.l Sherry, ami"Soap.and With a variety of other articles I County, fcr a discharge from hb .Admiftittra; wol11-

w S 4$ Fine Cut Tobacco ia tin-foil and papers. A more particular Gin Gewnsj. Sugar Mill Circular Saw Machinery t Co., Bouton;whose Piuiiott are coiwkh-red superior insert here. on said estate. W.S.DIL

:, description of the various articles can be had Administrator's Notice.S Shafting, Pullen, ILuiyers, Plough Castings, Brass II to all others Great bargains in New York Pianos, too Tallahassee oumerom to March 18. 1854. 11 Jefferson Ccuty. Dseamb/r I. 1813. 49 --

S : by sending fur a full! pnc current as above. IX mouths from date the undernigned Administrator Castings, icnv; o. Suynr Kcttlfs, of any else, kent and second hand 1'i-uvH: and Melodeons. MIMIC sup .- .. -

Sit I February 18. 1654._7_8m <-n the estate (If Mary Isler deceased, late of eonfctantly MI hand. All work done in such an establishment plieil wholesale or retail at the l lvi t rates. Berry Blank Books Stationery Insolvent Estate Notice.
S po 5i Leon County. will jjrewent bit final account nnd vouch- will be done \iv u\ with a particular regardto it Gun Ion, successors tu T.S. Berry,297 Broadway. STATE OP FLORIDA. {
i S t ers to the Judgo of Probate for Leon County and ask the strength anti durability of the work. Pianos to let I Il I COPYING PRESSES, PRINTING, &c. Madison J

r I SCALES fur a discharge. J. S. ISLER, AdmiinsUator. Competent Workmen always in readiness to put up '. S. U, D. Ji Co's .Eoliau Pianos Lave tho latest RICH & LOUTREL : County. .officio IdminittrallWJHugh
January 21, 1864. 6m. 3 Engines, tie.: i impoved voicing. TOHW this day.-

.. 'LONG KrSOW*-SE'EnCLTIlT.. Terms will bo liberal and all work done strictly for November 6, 1853. 44 ly Cl WILUAX ST., NEW. YORK- CITY. J Armstrong deceased- bav.ng L_ __.,__
4 Notice.IX cash, accepted orders on some business tirm iu this. will consult their interest by exansiningotir in the Probate Offi* of saM vonmy a 'l"t"7
place. Liberal pi iees paid fur old Iron, Copper and LOOKING GLASSES. stock which we offer at the LOWEST gestion that he believes aid estate to "
I r K3OWLEDGED STA>'DAUI>. months after date, shall present my final asI I Brass. POSSIBLE PRICES. It it thrftftf .K/irtrf That all 1 pe7'iI'!
T) EMOVAL--Tho old e8taLI bed Looking -
.t ..tCoat.-N.w Y wk,FAIRBANKS A Co.89 WaUr. c t count and vouchers to the the-Honorable e of ProbAte AU letters must bsaddressetipat t ( paid) to IX utuftVaii5 House of RICHARDS ACCOUNT BOOK FACTORY. Books, made to claims asrainst spud estate do appear ao 1j
4 1 of Jefferson .
County. executor of Paul
as !
liner attUxotMmt m
February J. M. SHINE & CO! Tallahassee Fla. KINGSLAND Courtlandt paged anti printed heads, in every style re- in the office cfcMMd.
SS. 1654. 8 6ro late of said County deceased, and ask for dismission & Co., is removed from 3d pattern 1th da1"1.
ti. a the
I : p and discharge such executor. JOHN ULMER. March 11. 186. 10. utreet to 104 CiuuaxM STRUT.(corner Church,)one quirt.. Also H lance stock on Land suitable for prescribed by lk!;!" or McDONA1'12b141

Drf. T. B. LAMAR Jefferson County, Feb. 4, 18 4. 6 Provisions S block from Broadway,New York where will be ftiund, tJANKS. INSURANCE and other CvinpaneeaMER- 185r -ALE2L. fP_ ,->.
&c. t8&L. Ui Jodi
LU Professional to I the public- as usual, a complete assortment of Haiti and Oroarueutftl CHANTS.Courts. Ac.: also folarx quantities fr the .
1 OFFERS BBLS. and 20 b"lfbbll Whiskey Glasses Portrait and Picture Frames. NORTH. WEST aad SOUTH TRADE. .
be found at the former residence- Dr. Wanted. 40 Looking 'Clock ,aepelrl.ri-&c.
E th TbomaavUU 6 casks Bacon sides, &. &. The trade furnished with every variety of WRITING PAPERS. Cap. LetUr. Note and ,
Jartes Hunter on road, eight miles rMn DRY HIDES for which the highest !ar.eUUU 2 do. Shoulders work in composition state at reduced rates. Ledger Papers from the best Mills lt the U.S. FOREIGN riHEmiJmlfn ll "*.

*,5S from Tallaliatmf. < ) ket price will to paid by 40 Bbls. Mess Pork, February 1&. 1854. 7 8mDESTISTR1T. PA i'ERS,TISSUE,DRAWiNG WRITING i tl titizent of _TalhW :

JanuaryZS,1U4.. m Oiober 29, 1861. 43 8. S. KNIGHT. 100 do. Flour. w, COLO RED, Ac surround"! country tM' r;'

I ; : LLe2LIme J !! S 8 Casks Whiskey STATION RRY. Fancy andSttlpt.! Goods- a-most. in this city. lie II p ,

Notice. 100 Bushels, .Cora. Lord. Oil, &.; for sale by. notice his extensive and c )mpl'assortment, Envelopes Cards, .C.otk.! and Jewelry repairing eetablifll11Jftll.'- r.

::1 200 cAss: fresh Him landing per ctr. Mag-- Tnt undersigned Laving! enjrng d the services of,n McNAUGHT & ORMOND. I |"friends. CWIA and" gives that he to has removed Inks Gold'Pens and Pencils Steel P* .. ; kiotls of work belonging to that l'n 'fV11fll7' **:

; ,oUa and for we. petent Tutor for his ehildren.is willing to recejrs Newport, March 11 1854. lo patrons DIARIES FOR 1854. 'l'lmondWt'rk Book, be performed with despatch and on r.
his Office to his residence iu the
;;I I 'S McNAUGRT I ORMOND.I eight or ten pupils, (male and female.) to board ". Tariff of tbe U. S, Interest. Advance, Discount Ex, i the wesenP.. hi* sUp ia in.the rida .
; : NlDwpcsrtE.Kh! 1 1. 1864. 10 !n Isis fa-nily. for the term of tea montlia commencing I Needles.- S building known IUL tbe Wjatt House, adjoining the I al\ltnl and oilier Useful books for the,.Counting Room I bwldinfr- Entrance indicated b1 *.". I
where} he bo found all
I !l' S :, Rice.p April la". For further particulars apply' to I JAMES SMITH SONS' Superior Needles, forsalo dwelling times of Taylor to serve those who may: may need his Itt services -. Job Printing, of Cheap Cards., Bill Heads La 1eC1ll'l'k having Cfeeka etWirg reptir. whkb J.c1o.f'
February 21\ 1861. OREEN CUAIRES. prepared Cooes. Point Ac. S tnoncl."IUt. .ailedCJa" ;'
: CJUC tow 4 BROS. will be Cash when called for. : Law sire to ha'le
HJ terms ,
or 'BontJ.
I.. RICE tietrts,batf threes ad t.rr.Jt l now landing: Aprils, mi. 14 rdertn: d'can be given ifue lIIl n. UTilOGRAHY ENGRAVING.: by notifying me in person or branted. llttt.r. AMit r
I Any Ewhaog, Dies cut. Cards, J.
& .Alto ICidcilinffor broken sides Valuable'Lands for Bale.AJi Stneka. CrttificstesBil S tillPebrUftFJ'lI
N. B. Gold Plato cut to patterns for and [
ii' the bestityles.tr 1m
sale McVADOUT & ORMOND. for En'ule"lbo .
lot Negroes
by Sale. and UN. ro
Newport yarcb 11. 164 10 Y *f the land Uloogfcg to tbt state of Henry sent by mail at '1.06 eta dtrt. :: The Ti ,Coautry Merchants and Dealers. : .

-5- .I deceased may be treated torptitatttv, by 1 LIKELY man. good Turpentine band November 19, 2855. 'N nt low prices in quantities to uit Buyera.Onlnts 'Bk.of OhuleatoaA.

8; W. BAKER application to-eitbtr of the Executors.UAftTHA l" 4' Jld Laud, supplied b"Mailneeut.t! with promptness.C1I .m
S. :
S S GEE. oat, 1" boy 14 years' old. nlungba well S Wanted S dr k LOUTREL.. Williaoi it, N. Y, OENOT atNew1. ?ii v.I4Vf'..
ATTORNtY ; .. H. K. CALL. ) I t. Girl. 17 LId liaud. irnDRY.OR SALT HIDES for 'which the : and J/d*'.<* rij Sr.li.,.,. ) waNwIor !

1tO { ICtLLO, JEPRSO-U3Y3T1' PLA.Karchl" O. H. DcPONT, | Eecutoi.. Terms eaablIr New Ywk a
a Sc p lL U felroarj 19, im. 7 em [Sentinel Arril1, leU 18 8 B. K 'IGHr. I l October ta, 18vS.(1 HEIR i RUST. April ,

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