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 13, 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. C. WHITAKER, Copartnership Notice. LAWS OF TILE UNITED STATES.BY situated east of the range line dividing uang"' Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That Turkey fro* Axottxr Point of Ft**;-An '

RESIDENT PHYSiCIAN lIE nndoraigned liare this daj entered into a co- twenty-four and twenty-five west, shall comprise i the increased compensation provided for in American citizen ia ParU,writing to a gentle

TALLAHASSEE, FLA JparUierehip m theWHOLESAL.E ATJTHOBITY. the fourth district, to be known AS the i this act shall commence from the first day man.at Washington, who communicates the
Minn apolis! district And all the residuary of bandre-d and three and letter to tie! National Ilt ,
TVERS Iia professional Ben icen to the citizens ofi406 AND RETAIL [Public No. 8.] July eighteen fifty Intelligencer, mentions
0 ftfl4' viciuity. Office first door East ] xvU.c- porticn of said lands situated north of the line the necessary money to Cnrry this act into that he has seen a letter from Constantinople, ,

ot F' office buildiug, immediately adjoining Dr. ENDER THE NAME AND STYLE OF A RESOLUTION authorizing the Secretary which dimlcs townships one hundred and effect is hen by appropriated out of any money giving & most gloomy account of Turkey, her

of the Treasury to pay the expenses of codifying twenty and one hundred and twenty-one, and in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. finance*, &c. The wrifer ys :.
rv1,1S54. 2 ly BARNARD &, MAXWELL. and revising the revenue laws. west of range twenty four west of the fifth Provided, That nothing herein contained She is dying," as the Emperor Nicholas

-A.; PERRY AMAKER, They will )>e plea od to Fee their friends Resolved by the Senate and IIous of Representatives principal meridian, and west of the Mississippi shall be construed as making an appropriation traely said and cannot survive much longer.- -

and patrons nt the old staid of R Ilatnard. of the United States of Aiueiicaj river extending to the drift wood and for any period beyond the thirtieth of Jane The treaty made with France and
7TT &TTLLA11ASSEE Jr. t\gn of the Mortar corner (>f f Mi>nroc very EnJfr
and Clinton eti cots, where they will keep in congress assembled, That there lie and the Jd river of the north, shall be and is etghtef hundred and fifty four. gland granting many privilege* to the ,

FLA. a full iMnl general soitnient of articles appertaining hereby is appropriated out of any money inj hereby attached to the district of lands sub Approved April22, 1854. if no othec cause existed, would be enough to
Mayil, 1P3.;: 20 to their line of twineta. and eolicit the patronage of in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated ject to saleat Sank Rapids.Sec. cause her diss lmjtkn,. The long encampment

JOHN B. GALBRA1TH, their fiieuds and the puhlic.K.. BARXARP, JR. fIve thousand dollars or so much thereof as 2.! AnSI! be it further enacted, That Thomas F. Heagher. of the Moslem* in Europe U to be ,broken np

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, G. TUOUP MAXWELL may be necessary to pay for preparing a gen the President of the United States be and he THE IRISH PATRIOTS REMARKS. and if Russia does not now succeed, five years

Tallahassee, Florida. February 1(4.( ) 18A-I. 5SK1'LIGllTIAGUERRE.i eral revenue Jaw in accordance with a resolution is hereby, authorized to appoint by and with Effort the Sentence fif Dtath vat pronounced ly will gradually accomplish it. If peacetook 't

"lairs in the immeuiatrly] of the Senate pulsed in January, one time advice and consent of the Senate, a regis ChtrfJutticf Dolerly. place, the disbanding of two or three hundred
sal..Luifl t :Office: the Semite up- Chamber.Cupitol.|Oct. 9. 40 ) \ GALLERY, t thousand right hundred and fifty three and ter and receiver of the pnblic money for each My Lords : Jt is my intention to say a few thousand troops (mere Arabs) would cause !fZ'wretchedness.

OVER JIAKXARD'fi DRUCt PTORK."k the necessary expenses, and that the Secretary of the said new districts hereby created who words only. I desire that the last act of a They will be scattered, and

D. P. HOLLAND, AT LAW r IIE Fubecrilx-r* resrx-c1 fully nnnouuce to the La- of the Treasury report to Congress at its shall lespectively be required to reside at the proceeding which has occupied so much of have to return ithoot par, nearly naked will

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR JL die and gentk'Uien of Tallal'aB Bnd vicinity meeting in December next the items of such site nf their officers and who shall have the the public time should be of short duration. plunder time Christian, and cause general in

Quinty, Florida, that their Gallery i own daily tliniatuie fir> the reccpti'-n tak nofall of pay, and expenditures. same powers perform the same dutie 5andbe Nor have I the indelicate wish to close the surrections. Tlie latter nnmTJer eleven mil-

practice in the Court of the Middle Cir- \i--iUirb.Sundi\6excepted.: Approved Apul (5th, 1931. to the dreary of a State prosecution by a lions of of
WILL .Jackson and FmnUiu Counties.Octhhr sizes nnd styles of the art. I idi<-< and gcntletnen are entitled: same compensation as are or ceremony i people different religion to their
and 42 tf luvitcd t' rail and examine their tpecinn'TJS.N. may be prescribed by law in relation to other vain display of words. Moslem masters, who are only three millions. -
23. 15? U Instnictirn given i.> the art, and all kinds of [Public, No. 16.] land officers of the United State3.I Did 1 fear that hereafter, when I shall be Be nssnred that Nicholas has not made this

WILLIAM SCOTT, Daguen tan materials for tale.KCIIXS & BAILEY. AN ACT to authorize the construction of I Sec. U. And) be it further enacted, That no more, the country I have tried to serve leap without looking before bin and secrets .

ATTORNEY: AY LAW, February 11, 1851.; C ly six fiifat class steam frigates, and for other !. the President i authorized! to cause the public would think ill of me, I might indeed avail of state will soon be divulged which will astonish
MONTICELLO, FLA. I lands in said districts with the exception of myself of this solemn moment to vindicate Europe. S94

Jnl j SO. :K5S. SO_tl jan_ MONTICELLO HOTEL. it enacted by purposes.Be the Donate and House of' such as have been or may be reseved for other my sentiment' and my conduct. But I have You cannot over estimate the deplorable .

ERSKINE & DILWOUTII I : : APT. NEWMAN hn\ins clewed hU Hotel Representatives of the United States nfAier. purposes to exposed to sale in the same no such fear. The country will judge of condition of turkey. The slavery and degradation
I BDd the f-uViscribcr having purch.ierd and and the terms and conditions those sentiments and that conduct ia a light ofthe
iiii.- lea in Congress assembled! that the Secretary manner upon same once great Greek Empire is worse
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, fatted up Uut larje; mid co'iimodums lirick Duil'iinS ; as the other public lands of the United far different from that in which the jury bv than anything ever heard olin .
be and lie is
u1h (Ift the Court ll' n*e, formerly < ccuj,ied as a Ta\- of the Navy hereby authorized, Italy
MOXTICJLIO: AM> Qnrv.Jonv which I have been convicted have viewed .*. ...__ .
I States. flitrinT. trip. inv. ...en. f\f 4lo mm *U Cf"e -
rrn by Mr. ( oodbt ead. :ind know (hen as the I.tnn : tn cause to be constructed fir the United .. .. "" "i ioni., me ocourjjoof Hi Ift
IBSKIXE. QUUICT-\V.S. DiLvronrn, ilouticollo. t House takes thib method of running the public' that States navy, at as early a day as consistently I seC. '*. And he it larth- r enacted, Thai them ; and by the country, the sentence God ;" Rome whilst in the |-o3ession nf the $

July ?3. 1ST.3._ 9_ j he ha* converted the Raid building into n II.td l, nod with a due regard for economy and efficiency1tii the President is hereby authorized to designate which you, my Lord", are about to pronounce, terrible Genseric bv murder, plunder, and desolation
re p 'Ctfully] f ilicits n t-haie, of public jiatrona e. N<) the l lcaton! of the offices for will! be remembered only as the severe and of kind
$AU TIN 1'. OET, K. It. M tVH>bON vilH-e t sp.ned to rentier tho ee>)rnf'it- : first class itamfrigates, to be provi !iJ' new every never snflercd worse tji!
DOBY &. DAVIDSON, [ pains able who or expense nuv vielt hi* IKH.SO. The \v llkno\\r I.iv- with Fcre\v-prop< llers and properly arnudj ttjtmietS, and chang th" same wl.entver ill solemn attestation of my rectitude and truth. than the miserable! Greeks, under'the iroiijTuI!*

ATTOaMEtfS AT LAB cry tst.ibles.) fnrin ih kept bv Cap;.Newi.ian.u <-">a- ;iud equipped for .enirc. hnid w&scK ;.nl li is opinion: the public good fchall[ riquire Whatever be the language in which that sentence of their Moslem master, for the!last 400 years.
nectednh the JI .ti-l. T.. K. FLACElClN.I $ is FpoUcir, 1 know that fate will Recollect th *
(iUfXCV, FLORIDA.V7II..L | < rnachiwry to he built! by contract or in the it. my < capture and massacre of Scio so $'-
: M-iiiticdlo. IWen.Ur 24, IN'.:;. M Approved April 12th. 1SS1. meet with sympathy, and that my memory i late a* 1822, and the treatment of
prartic.in the Mi.lJlc Cin-nlf f I'JoHJa governnvnt: navy yards, as- the .Seen l.i \ ;n.i. \ men, worn-
\ V and iii Ilie ]r.uteni C.iniitu of Wet Hondo.L MEDICAL NOTICE. j think: most advisable fur the public inteiML *- I It } will 1 bo honored. In s-peakin thus! accuse en, and children on.that occasion, and hear .. :

11 'vfiueb*entrusted to their C.D e M i Ti .cue j>i onipt I !t I [Public, No. 20.] Inc not not, my Lord cLaim indecorous pre- tie Greek ladies, as I recently have tell"of

hit-iiti ..n.Dcutr. An Act to nnthori/f school comrni Moners fcumption.To what they! children then witnessed. The 1' '
853. MJJAKKll rIs. vr. K01'1'-1-00 j- Truiu EPPflS 1 See. 2. And be it further rnnrtei', Th.-tti ,
24,1 nnd ii'-MHi.ite'l of fractional township number one of the eff rs I have made in a just and tocsin of however ihout
JJ l l.eitttI 10 T.ilr.l.itff.! : there bo and is hereby apprnpiiatcd to be expended vengeance; < being
& Mt IV Lit.: tin ni- -l\t<- topeiluT I in the pr.i< t >f yt-dnnL.;. < floi : u-iuer the direction! of the Secn-t.iry rarce number ten east, i in Alabama, to noble cause, I ascribe no vain import-nice sounded, the soil Turkey will iV manured L- '

ATTORNEYS AT LAW 1 their Pi"f.-f .i nil: < rvi iK to I the) pulihe. ': iftlie Navy for the ptripose above spec-ilied, locate one half section of land for school nor do I claim for those efForts any liizh re- by the blood both of the Greek and the Moslem
1 ri'" Office the Stie -t M*-> r..Brtt"iiA Ili ?'.
o\t-r ward. But it and it will
TALLAHASSEE AND QU1NCY, FLOUIDA, irid f I > and pJ rl.O'S.1k to happens, ever ; hut the latter mist decamp. It will boa .4i'j'
altering, con-pli tiug
thtEpi.cpalChuuli. a T launching
1 Ren lonoe gf It r. ]1 lo U i'tsni t.t tl I P.4t"' ii.isre; < i, ;
\\ ILt practice in the Middle and WEtcn> Circuit WM. ]". U015EUTKN, i I the frigates Satit .-eat, Iviltcry :iiidSalineew it enacted by'he senate and louse of happen so, that the}' who have tried to serve war of religion, and the Turks will flock to '

(,{ rt 'ri Ja, aud 5u the Couutifs> of Decatur zuJThnms' 1 1 Jan is. 'r>a- 4 Cm j.v.. EppES. { York, the sum of three rnili]
Ga.BOLLISO I of any money) in the treasury not otherwise in congress assembled, That the school may have been, are sure to receive the thanks totally neglected ; even simply as they live, cr4:
BA.KEK, A. N. jflVIin, Attention, Farmers. appiopriated. commissioners of fractional township number and blessings of its people. With my co>m- there vvi'l be no culture of the earth, and all

Tt,131-e. 4 TTACir.S! > to my LivrrySiul.lo.' Approved April Gtlr, 1631. ono, ni range number ten eat, situated( in the try then I leave my memory-my sentiments will go to certain destruction. The Russians
January 7, isJOSEPH I ---- A.sa: i ]lli.ki triti-! '$ fln-p. in nliidiall) district of land subject to sale at Lebanon, -'iiy arts-proudly feeling that they requir* will beat them as easily as we did tire Mexi- '

II. DuPOXT I I.inds >f wink appuUiiiuns; to tl.at )hu [Public] No. 17.] Ainbat-ja.be, and ihereby authorized to enter no vindication from me this t'ay.' A jury of cans.with one-fourth the number of disciplined

I .?, ,. ti' I14', in fpod M\lo, ntli<'ii iiniii-c*. aiJ on as ( free of charge, in lieu (if time land to which Toy countrymen have, it is true, found me troops contending with a comparatively? unarmed

ATTCRNEY AT LOT, I roa oimlile' U-rni*" ht. udi unv ji i>tli< Turnl'l p u wf.: tIM S<%citFiirmiiisiinjiloiiifiitp. <,iurHI \. -. AX ACT for thv! ? benefit citizens and occu- they are entitled by any existing law, one guilty of the crime of which I stood indicted rabble calling on Mahomet in the hour .. !

T ILL "atJnu* to owupv ll.c office recent!v nwjpie.l I r the \\Aif firm of C. II A J. 11 D'uIVMit. ; nl tuiuJ)iaj tLciii eh wit I..nit Ittinjjtlel. : Be it enacted by the Senate and House ofIleprosentaliu'S I ultimate convenience 01* the citizens of said they must have been by the charge of the and all strong place, so as to pre ,

Rii'l fl'i t VToKtwi<) practice Circu/s.in the mlja lIe uiit\iill CoXintiisoftlwJliddlt al o attctid fle> termel -- ..\<-d. 1'. J). LIIOKAW. ol the United 'tatf > of.ca .'t met. township[ and the quality of soil for school Lord Chief Justice, they could have found vent them from filling into the hands or the
P..iertzt1V 1t IK.'l. f "jll
the Supreme Curt ia TdlUlu oe aud ilauauua.JunuillV : in Congress pSNombled, That the judgi 1 p'irptsp( ant raid lands thus (nested shallbe no other verdict. What of that charge ? Any Russians, though it would not surprise rne if

7, Ibll. 1 Just Kcrrirrd. E. Reininion.A of the county court, as s'reh for tu! county gowrned by the same laws, tiJcs and strong observations on it, I feel sincerely, these dear, friends should fall out even before
per of I'otlawaltoiiiie: in the! State of lowalwandl l regulations: as is the school sixteenth section i would ill benefit solemnity-of of this scene ; the! contest h over, and still njoro probably

Floor Matting.A nin. II ur.-ly .f DKUfiSaLJ MEDICINE ho is hereby authorized to enter at the pn-per in tai'l State of AlaIjarna.I but I would ea'nestly beseech you my lords after it is closed.
SUPERIOR! Article >f?. 4, t and C-l Plain and /i. Paiut oil-, i>\f-Stu5>. ir, .
Kind ollije! by pa\ing therefor at the ratef -vou who preside on that bench-when the .
Culnrpil Matting. for rals !.. l by ('. f.!. And be further enacted That .
ApiUf.,1554.:I 14 CIUC11LOV. l HUD5? i -ALSO- one dollar a.id; twenty five rents the acre: thee shah be tae duty of said school couuniabioners pass-inns mid piejudices of this hour have Nicholas is decidedly the most enlightened '
:'OO Ouii*" '" 'satc of Ot: ninc, FAIT "
-- -MTirl !'. M. AMI- i wet half of tho MV3ih\vv qij;irter section to locate and rport within two \earswhat paesed away to appeal to your conw-pn, and aide monarch in.Europe. A short
Parasols.A April 22 1M. K, i tiiilvthe! west !half ol the !northwest quirter lands they have entered, t the mi'iiis&uiner and to ask of it vva* your charge as it ouTlet period will now produce very. The

VERY F'peir stck >,t Sillc nn-1 Cottoa I'mbnllas nf Mciinn tliirty! one, in township nurnb"rj of time ( ienernl Land ();Iite, Washington, to have been-impartial and indifferent between Czar evident! meditates a great great event lYow-before! ?

Ji' 1pr.rtid PAI KASUPEH10II < >! f-r CI1CilL'*rJ< torliv* F.lflS. j seven y-lho, north of range forty three wct; and it shall be hi 5 duty, upon the receipt of the subject and the crown. the arrival of the allied troops in Turkey, and

j the SPUtiI4't't' q taller and the east half of the such report of location, to withdraw! from My lord, you may deem this language unbecoming I shall not be surprised to hear that he has

Oil Cloths. ]I southwoet: quarter of sec'ion tuenty-iivi1, aid -ale the aid i uuls: and the title thereto shall in me, and perhips it may seil my fallen liko an avalanche upon the Turkish

Ati it1 lf.f n-.Tsrp.I Oil Clifh. f-r the noithe.i quarter and the east half of the bu valid as in S'xteenth tecliuis: heretofore fate. hut 1 am here to speak the truth, what i army and ground them to powder. .

-,H fuponiu nr'jc-ItMtf G1liv r !ah"
Oil Cl .lh. fur furuitu>. fr *aV.' l biw l.vAt.ilP ,_ j sliip hcvt-nty-five north of ia: ga forty-four ; Approved April 1 -0, IS54. I have ever sniJ. I am here to crave, is in as much danger magnifying the worst

1'i4.: 14 CKTCHl/\\ nr.O1 2-c- west, in said State: of Iowa, h tru>t for the with no lying Hp, the life I consecrate to the feat ores Turkey's condition as he '

Boots and Shoes.A several u-e an Jbenou'! of the
SUPER nrtH. <,f Fremli Pump B<.V,] P.ools. \v of, according to their respcvthv: i'itere t5, the ', AX ACT to amend the third section of tic here-h*>re, where the thief, the libertine, the tation of Russia's humiliation and defeat eapec-- JP

Pi'jMT L>w < 2nri! T l'a'iit LeatlwrMir-c*., vitUJJioH executio:i orw! i: !i truv, aa t 10 the disposal ofsard "Act making appropriations/ the civil m-irderer. leave left their foot prints in the Nevertheless as so much Has been written by .

I ai.d r>.iii c Mipjvrs Iiu >5nMHid (5nitf t iif r t.h1! 1 b.w I IApifl 1)% .- .- 1 of to be CnUCtCtI' under vHi ruls and of death suplrurjd rue, and from which I see sym
11 cniciiixnv A Hitos. I -t reg'ula'ion the \ear ending (the thirtieth! of June eighteen pathies with Turkey and her defenders, it m
s,24. _. I as are probcribjd bv tliele! O i-slativens- i hunJiej and fifty four, 'and for other my early gtave in an uiia-.ointed soil opened seemed right to allow a hearing to the other '
Fans. ; Eerubly! cf thee State of Iowa i i.i an act enti1 j purposes.I to receive me-even here, encircled by thos side. :

A SUPER Sl'KV of Super P.-hhui, Spauish anJ I 5I -. tied! An act H'gulating, the disposal of lands I I'e it enacted! by the Senate House of Rep. terrors, the hope which has beckoned me to _ _ ;cjira t :

I'ul'lHttll Tunis f.'l fait.W liy : purchased in trust for town piles, approved re'entitives of time United States of America in the perilous sea upon which I have been The Balance Poicer"-ln the coarse o

_April I )h54. 14 CUh-HLOW A P.p.OF. Dli JOHN CULL. i January tvrentv-vecnnd, Lx">0, or as may Con reiS assembled, That of the clerks authorized wrecked, still consoles, animates enraptures the debate in the House of commons, which

I Scgare. SOME'I'ILINGNEW hereafter; be p'e>>cr5'ied! by the lei.ril.iti\c as1fcomhly by the third section of the act appro- me. No, I do not despair of my poor old followed the Declaration of War, Mr. J.- Brightthe '

A VERY S"perior article 4f S s-mc. f r fa'e l>vCIIICHL'JW AND VALUABLE. : of paid! Slrte of Iowa : Provided 5 That' \ed Airc-h! tLid: cigh'ecn! hundred and fifty country, her peace, her liberty, her glory.- representative of Manchester, made tho following

April f>. I1. 14 xT i JiKOS. Tli mo Miprvnif,t pr.w..-In rfnKinp tiimrW nn flic- n |f Ii1.i.he.,r). of tincMr 1 li" nnrlcn any act of g ill ju.luje not inc'vifurm.tj! to the three cntitlo-I' An act making aproprutions'' For that country I cano no more than bid allusion to the United States :

of lir rrowtir 1 htitlt of I'lirnf rmlc mm inmgiaficancwlwn v'r til-s arid regulation* herein :dhimd'!! d to sh.'dl fer the civil and diplomatic expends of government her hopp. To lift this inland up, to make her He wanted to know what was the balance ,

Gold Pens. rnniii>rv RIti 1 til t'nii..isipI.f.f.iiirKHTK. Iht. p.t'cr an r.tk.I JEinnp''in Ki"5 lfl Itirm to be voi i and of no-ie ffc--t : And p-o\id Mo! for the \t-.ir cueing the thi:tietii of a bei.ufactor to humanity, instead of being of power I There was indeed a balance of -

>AGLET'S Super J Pens for sri' > 3CILICULOW CDTiOS.
deut!.., Our AUHTMHII King rIN.t f-irdi wnh 4..luI l .l:inr.n npiion or cither rights tlmt h may have accrued ofthe nrt class shall receive a salary! of twelve to her her native powers and her ancient con statesmen had a little less of these narrow ..
April 8. 1851. 34Perfumery. to liniiiiitrr to tliinrj ri-li.;v niai-rion f bud toon mil..r lniiu'.V ln-'U! uuj iht'iLftjp. r.n.iy tlwB ai.s to iri.der any other act nf Con rens. j huiulifd dollars pr annum; those of the stitution, thi* has been my ambition, and this views which they sometimes imputed to him

the lofty an.1 ioiy. tii>< Thu U id tlw ],o< rDIl. Sic. 2. And bit further enar'ed, Tint .etnnd el.Ns a s-ilary; of fourteen hundred ambition has been my crime. Judged by '! self nnd those who thought with him. If they

A st7PEnIor (t'Ck lIf En 'iJi. French nnd ( pr.una JOHN flULillEf '- the entjy coatcrnpl.ited; in this act bh:ill be dollars;! per annum ; those of the tliiid, class a the law of England I know this cri-nw entails could look"beyond those oil nations of Europe --

$ C"kci f*. llt-al LubtuV E\tiicte: Ihit. <1 Hau T* Eu) LuKtuik '.r Ilaii -toiative, Phalon'g this crime and it. .
justifies looked '
explains eastward
pj>;> re hereof, mid a p itetit shall U ue for ; and! all derl.s: not paiviilid for in this act they might there see a pow- *t? '
IuvLurutur, Kihnn j. 1S.U 5
Lyon's .
: n) 'IJ'B Trk.ipcr.nul -
jMlf IL.MIIOMILK Of T.IKonl.n. mjti ti
,. .. grk.p..t 1 siid'l.iiid: ns in nt'.ier: i tuties! with Judged that history I am criminal ; you er growing which before long would teach \
with pit-at \ ritv Hair O ii,1ita*, I IIP Doctor 4H11 frclir i> iii jour ctnuBIHII Approved Oth (addressing Mr. M'Manus) are no criminal; as wh 're the balance of resided. The >?'Ht5ft
OiU. x Marro F. I I.u2f! Gi't, FWh l'vjlcr. Ap.d : 1 S3 1. I one of i the classes shall reci lye tl.e s nsecornpenmti'in power rI
I 1 nil iiivrlil) to u$- tlii* iiidklc il rniiril All any
Pink c-jd WJii'e LlV1! ito. Liquid end P such cliiss: you (addressing .Mr. O'Donohoe) are no crim I struggle might imbed begin with Russia, but
d K' >, P.ijit Jiug and P itr .bia\itip( Creams llHlm. |r* ''f tIi.1r'' fII'IrIS.! jima!. I deserve no punishment we deserve j
ug [I'ublic No. Ife.] I tin1 clerks in the Census ; | it might end with half the Power of Europe ; 4
unJ lulu i>uJtrlul mviiniK* 4 luiiiic! ttir l Iraf pr n I finerIt arrl emptied ,
S and Win-h) Piallf, in
Ci.np'uiid. i.ps en-iit abundiiKo Lilt r.I lutu An shsll during present ,
fr :ue bj CUICULO\\ A' LJtOS. mil inn Jf lite it rlmrni to nmut w.i'i h-rrto- APT to tbli-h: LhhtitflIl 1 land dUtrictsiu Iiureau n paid, which I stand
of convicted loses all
Apnl o. 1 bo4. 14 fore rtfHr\ 1 il oulv a* a jisitilul nixl mi-rntlilf*exi >tir I In lie oiniin oil ,. sanctified will be ennobled
vull iJiiiuirnTii iisI.rn..iun is
1'ainKilirrk guilt, as a duty, more so ; and we know not hour long alliances
NeedJee."TAMES hud 1 mn ItFflt'tr nii.l i.i i:auiitiin .( jrladfiliJUen 'Ue it fiiicted by UKScinte! and House of tiC? H'coiid rla=B.I .
r'xUin lio l..tiif | grtr anKioi further very
". li. And bo
Ilepri'M-zitatives !
: (Ii thee United I Sfc<
: Statf,
SMITHS !SONS Sop rkr 'ee11e. forfalc ; of I.iIti" a jin 'ani'mit for tht> 1'o.t olllcoi my to us ; for the circumstances in which the :
J blm an 1 T>*> f, |1iudU"4J iif Atnincu'j 0th n ricu mod ica in Core, inbl'-d.TJut the et-imp and blank agent
Iv CKIC11LOW 4 k BROS.AjiiI Lj ,tii..ttt ,, IV the silo clerks the sentence of the court. Having done what Government had involved us were of the most
8. 1SSL 14 Vt, iouk1 afk the LATtT!$. Wi1t aP M1Wfl. CtifltPnt : of the public lands, to which the I In.Jiasi title i Department receive the J>ani salary as
I Jndg' "f wlMt i and what In uut & aualline IatutJ &itdi. has been : second class, provided for in th-' : I felt to be my duty, having spoken what I critical! character, and the nation stood as it ;; ..
: K'd bi the) of tlie firstI
to lor every
Negroes Sale. of I were a might explode
addition upon i'
a trial and if faiiotartort.exi-rt tli-ir iiitlutir which liny hereafter bo dUinjrimhed section of this act; and an twenty any
LTKELY MAN. nVmt 32 In iti tvltalf, rrruoiuu J jom* f np(% nn(] aVOIUMI their limits in thID Minnesota tent is hereby added to the pay now authorized years j
l aftiirivl Ts.ht1I.rs. The
i' i uiiuJ (heir Teiritorv
and that >y
e weitof
\ ab.i't 22 y iars. iiii h.r fUr ,InUn-n per farewell to the country of my birth, my passion strugtrla which wo had entered and
lAilirs an-al 1aaiI.iriu&tIrJ> Wax ti! <-> iuduir thriruQilliiS the Mi 1 law to each of the IIese'egCrs.: upon
iMj.pi thtre by
For t4srm. tc. nqnire of lj_ FL.AGG fnrnili to f* tliij mallk tn.imli.e nirlitlur, islieiebv cVoated of tin and my death ; thin country whose misfortunes let the! United States remain at during-
and peace
__rruI1.It34. 1S Uirj Kill be Uumg an art ol ln-irl..iclire tit tli>> call four additional land; districts bounded asfol- packers, laboiers
: -.- ---- wed be proud -f lbl l powerful aul truly! ini'iMlnuifdv t.fthe i have evoked my sympathies, whose (hit period, and no one could tell what
From 1ew York pr i. t'ir aU .Kprwt l Ui iws. M.rti IU* s<, burn, lows( to wit. All that portiuii: situate I b3- different ex csitive departments government factions I have sought to still, whose intellect then be the two
might relativeposiaousof
&.C and for uimiy iuirruil alOiruja,K ia arrrutu cure, t ween the not them bound, of in Washington ; to the clerks emploii .
] ) 1'') C" Tri..rj Aii.lt. yet tl li twrrec'ly btruilr*, uuj imiitle| nf pJuui({ ay i,0| Stlt.( oh i barracks I have prompted to a lofty aim, whose freedom riatbn
and marine
.i 1 Jin Coffee leant iiijunou tt. Bclioij' or I O.L and Mie line which divides at the nav\-yard
a HtidicCunnrtu ton + > eu m the ia l tat '
tcwiib'iipb fatal dream. I
has been offer to "
Had rend the of the Commissioners
UM and my they reports
( (. !.-4) Jvivp, JL.1Ia Sfttd.gc wrk..t rcMiHituilou.It one hundred and five and: onehu-idivd VVashington ; to the clerk, rucsjenger
It tiitri.Iy u rlp.s tn f/.low thr old nnl woru-out I nrdpjx at of that country, as a proof of the love I bear who had visited the New York .
CAlrofl, Putter, (yi'diuuf |.u\.iimanj to the piblic tli'u..uJc of trrJtlcatfii of the filth principal meiidhn tnrl! laborer in th, office of Commissiyner "
Ci.l. r \"iiegir.JViiii of wiuj.r |K.rf.rinr-l tj til! < medi. in. U t'itI the ; t.NtCnding and assistant her, and tr.e sincerity wi'h: which I thought ExLibi ion with regard to the wondeifnl progress *"
but t inty.Qr cruu to It: Had l>r. IluU ,jil.Hi huwcllvariied from Mrssisippi to the Big h'ioux rivers Public Uuildinga, doorkeeper
ad trjr and for her freedom the
T\"L3te and struggled
> Wjue Vint spoke of that in and
country tonnage, Exports,
gar rfiuuniou| on tue Kluij of I'aiii doing all aui shall of at tlio Executive Mansion; public
N'iv 1''ana: Ruin, Wore tutu lie rlainm f a It. comprise one said districts, to be call doorkeeper the life of a young heart, and with that life all and imports, and manufacture, and the development
Vs ou.d ak. b e tli. JlWumat-Ain Gout: ed the Root river district. 'laborers employed in public
Cznc and American Branlr.Miui JMU or All that gardener,
tbti. are unt |i.i.' in | ,, aol kuo tliat portion additional the hopes, the honors, the endearments of a of nil its resources and the means
fi.uipnou we two
<-ii Ilicny, Pc.it and Claret Wine, you aouI1l IU t0 lm' thu lying between the township line last mentionel grounds and President's garden ; ,tIoftrunsitl
awaj oou jo.sible happy and honorable home. Pronounce then, I Why there had been
Holland stud AiiMricAU Gia. tbezt ut. and the line dividing watchmen and the police at the no thrnghkeit
'.BCkL't KISO OP townships; one hun lord, the sentence which the law diiects, und.er the sun before. would
ALSO, from Xow Oileaun, PAIJJ. dred and and watchmen employed at the Pres my They no
VTouU you tx almwt Iu' te.i, ono hundred and eleven, Capitol ; and I will be hear it. I trust 1
to doubt
eurwj prepared to
/ 20 Ilhd Sides nnd Shoulders, Coniplaiut l) wnu-r.,8uiuoi r Coiupiiunt; ) ,oholera Mor- And between said rivers, shall constitute ident's House and reservation No. two, lamplighter -
bu,. Cramp colic. Head Acb another draw shall be prepared to meet its execution. I that might befall as : while entangled
8 3 do I> t I5rrn) Sugar, TwtIr any otbw Mo* saiJ districts the superintendant ; the we are -
100 BLk Extra and Supertine Flour, or pain, tbe ruuedy it aiuipw *ud tjie cure wrulu. of to be called the WinonadistricL general the Eastern I hope to be able with a pure heart and perfect Iii our war, our trade, will dimiaiah and
2fi do USE TIlE OttKAT KING OF PAIN. All that portion situated north ofthe keepers of the bridges across to before higher tribunal
ILb'kiSvnip, a and
composure appear decay, our people suffering And discontented
Would you kav. jour Sore, district last mentioned and south and Potomac ; and that the provisions
S5 d. Ilertified WliuLer.. Fu.1ilugi Cuti, Bant,, of the line Branch tribunal where judge of infinite
Betid, Iir ; a as in all former timeg of will
UMior any otUer nuuud Lwn d. w of the act of August war, emigrate
t dl) Lard, repeat which/divides townships one hundred second section
It, UM iW / and fifteen of well will preside
goodness, as as justice, ; numbers to
10 CaV hundred and fifty two, by increasing a country
Carolina Rice, MAGICAL KING OF and hundred and sixteen
2 & one and between thirty firt eighteen civil and and where, my lord, many, many of the judgments whose policy it to keep iUejf free from thentaglement .
"F001UCF the [
Would you IM cured of Scald H ad, MS Jo!nip, for* the rivers above mentioned appropriations for
*> Mnecaroni.Chcip Throat Nearaljn,! ore ttrrant, imlwgo, Tett r or IUn* except the "making of the government for of this world xviirbe reversed. European politics oa country i
( o Star M orm,Salt Ubouui illtM of PoUonou IOMOM Cb |>pc4 townships recently surveyed west oldie Miss diplomatic expfnsea Chief Justice Doherty then proceeded to with"whom rests the question whether
r; M B.t si lluidi, aod all other $urel. clth r dry or ruubiuf, v. river from the fourth endin:* the thirtieth of June eighteen great
For aaie by Scgrn. N7 a alu aud a.n, TOO uabr il lr. Jcliu liuU i"KI.NOOFrAJ.NV' issippi principal meridian the year die. be and is pass the sentence follows: That yon, Terence England shall for atyIont1zn retain
& EEaIy & ROWLES. to include the reservation at Fort Snelltng, hundred and jtfifty three, Bellevv M'Mnnas; you Patrick'O'Ddnohoe what she profeweVto ralne IQ much her great
herein enumerated -
.- 15 Would you IM cured cf King'* Lvii. Cancer, Tumor, the whole of which township shall he attach he*.bj extended to such jiersons and Thomas-Francis Meagher, be suinacy1ri iZA iSZJt fr*. l p
Eruption, or ajijr dUra of tli. hkio cayncj liy iuipurc ed to and constitute a part of the who were iu employment during you ,.,_ .. -
Goodi.J' : -
Minneopolis the from -
blood, then HM IT Joba Baum $anapanii iDtvroaily, from the take hence (o place you ----
TIlE SuUeriWr aod tUa Kiaj of Fata KUmmlly, notnioj can be mora dis'rict shall Constitute third district to that fiscal year; and were excluded eameTand thence drawn oh V hurdle to ,Th .Yanketf tbM'was ." lyinM tkV' pont

uev arrangerU coutempMt in Leir ceruaia tluta a JMdy aod.IScijaJ cur be designated the lied{ Wing district ; and all benefit of said act by the deci ion of the Comptroller the place of execution, that each of you be of death/' whittled it,off with hi*jack-knife,

.buaiiieu 2 j DR. JOHN BULL'SPBIKCIPAL that portion situated north of the limits last of the Treasury.Sec. there'banged by the neck tH; are dead, and is now recovering. .. .. .
dP'pe of their That yoa
prceU4t FtU(4C of Gok. OFFICE, be it farther enacted,
And .
Thi. Swck described south of the line 3. .
cJ$1tg ol & good ppiv Lf W.lcbi *oi cyr Jim CM.OM BWKT, Oi' Dooa>now MAW, dividing townships salaries allowed by law and that afterwards the head: of you shall be Your 'aajLhjo-ain'ck]| dear .
tjoi ono hundred and twenty and hundred and instead of the now my ,
Jewelry, Fucy 1oodi, Cutkrv, Cin UI8VIUJC, ET.YOR and severed (rem the body'and the body "each
'Vare. nd numerous other articka. wjeh they, ]'lztd 1odge TwteUaOUT twenty-one, between the Mississippi and the to the Superintendent of th Census shall to divided into foor quarter, to be disposed oi Bat; mineVi u soft M:mortcr .J -' \

thnne1vc duted rke.to' Ml.!.h.to. cash cui"mrrs at grktl re SALE thY DVOGTSTh&3JZRCULT TUB CSITKP BTATCS. treaty line which mns from tire Cig Sioux river Assistant Postmaster General that, they Is paid to as her majesty shall think fit. And may Almighty M'itlioutyon 1 can't lire;I fear v J

A ; 1rowLE to Late Travers, together with all tbV frac.tiooal ., each receive tho same salary God have mercy on your soala. Indeed another
lDjE5L -D.: B. TAMES, 'Ag nt, townships one hundred and twenty-one the Assistant Secretary ofthe Treasury. quarter. .

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'Horthetn and Southern Whigs wj *
ff 'i?turnnL i I Ir. I I ""e quoted lartVeek from tbe Albany Stale 1lgI The Wa l
[. V !I hue, a h laying down the ultimatum of the Patriot saya-** A political movement is going on Honse on tbe Vth "kbrad a laoee full into the 'We are rejoiced to bear that thia excell.t. paper late *pt ch agaieM the Kebraaka _

...... ---'--' j I Norllicrn paragm!] as th bwts of future action with the Jlnnml in other ertiuiis nt the Country, "which has flank of the Missouri Bo'l;mocii; to the bdifiutioo will agaiii be established, and will io a few week afv paper of the 2:th nit 1&1'n.
for the
nlrough the Whig
object reorganization of "
*' 4 ;;" .LLAIIASSER : &)uthern wbj of their party: Tlw substance ot the I pirtv, nnd tl:. running of Gen. Winfield Sctt that-animal.and the mirth of the Howe.' We quote.. pear in a new garbi an-J C ts.ihioa'iaoIt I.htorfl!spertb thN.bruLiuin.. -

-', .. /fjii/rr' docluratiou was this:-He vrbiga of the nrsldrtit, and the Hoo." John Ee.ll; for Vice; President, The gontlewan froni'lHsworl [Mr. '.] in his We regret the retirement of Mr. F.M. Adams from .,. Nebraska bill the ut the election: iu 2S5& other raid that "the OwUtu-ioo the editorial ebair, but sincerely' him every success ia brvth Hou. of ;
'Jt- I Satir.iy, May 13, 1851. North being a unit against the remarks the day, Cmgrese ibere j k
that TI.io would funr;.h a team exactly suited to the wr.s not made for Temtorie. but for States." I ask and happiness m Lifc retirement dealt it a more fatal injury than tins. ,
th1 ;.__ :- whu/s of the South must give way on me:wnre.or 'b,- .
& is -nd. The notions of the Uuioa Whiga of the No th." Nci the gentleman how it is that we have exercised an Mr. Win. K. Cole a gentleman of extensive talent adduced by the veteran orator,.-
p. T .Three Dollar the nationality tbe whig party nt an
nnnum.if iu of the Constitution to
per paid much from the beginning of the daty 01 tb
P F'r advance: J3 (0 if paid within BIX:months tbe tinv Journal it Jfetttnger, Macon, copying the article ther Scott nor Bell would be likely to ask them t<> the present power time over Territories ? I ask him UT he and sound democratic principles baa assumed the arduous undisturbed a &JftM'riuc.-hoDorllld Datioaa ptbae]fB

t : : Ghu\J8Cribinraad 4 00 nt the end of the yea r. Ad-I from tbe JJfgirter, eays- male any more 'tl ificet for the South. Geu. Scott recognizes them as wards in chancery, as infants of duties of the editorial department and under casticd n elJtMa of tbs" nrvfatigted .lit

,' vertienwuts. One Dollar persqnareof 12 lines for first!II Tbe Rfgitler heretofore lias been regarded as the has not yet defined his position on the Nebraska tender years, unless the government baa a constitutional whose guidance the News will henceforth be condue- intervention and territorial ,pt FS II.

I. -;, '\ 'I anJ fifty Cents for all suWqucnt insertion*. Announcements orpjiu of the Silver OIXB of New Yoik-of that di- measure but there is little doubt of tfe, 'fact that be \ power over them t ted. We bail his accession to the editorial fraternitywith or the me ofthe propo.eJ rrj t.. .

r '';1 .,;$.' of andidatr. Five Io11rncz.b.g1wcv I vioioo of tIle whig part nf t the State most loyal to the is opposed to the repeal of the'Mtssoon CompromiseMr. The gentleman says: rouob pleasure and gratification, and hope his States th.ms.l'esjsd II h '. .. ,.
'b I't to bpM" in ndrance. Religion, Obitmry and lnr'4 1 constitution and nioct reliable questioniu which "This of 1820 is not a mere statute to retake of the notorious interference of .
compromise tat
rt. Y rli. lines ) upiti Ikll's views ore well known. He.is against tbe literary exertions may be as profitable to himself as
will be
'dmm- riage u nut exceeding J 2 published the tights of tbe South are inrolied, and the appear last for a day ; it was intended perpetuity and so and hia nunton to secure the tI.
1if" irrati*" :No certificate (>f the publication of estate aoce of suHi au article ** tile above, iu kucb a paper, South on that question as shown iu his speech ou the declared ibt l[ It j"i an enactment to settle a controversy we are sure they will be beneficial to the cause he render this speech a &ieitleandimportantd.hate ft'aturI I 011---

'1 or legnl notices of any description will be given sh'>uld disabuse tbe minds of any who still cling to tIme 8d of March and in his vote on the final passage of and did settle it nnd cannot be abrogated with- supports. life ._____

4 4t until the advertising fee is paid. hope that UMJ whig party of the South can ever again the Nebraska Bill tbr.mgh the Senate. He favors out reviving that controversy. say that it i it marked thronghcntb" toI

A d. : _, _-_ net in a Presidential nomination aud canvass with the the of non-intervention and would "cheer It has given the country peate for above thirty tr TO THE PUBLIC. I tier and replete with the mordant OWM _.
1 1Thd
t. : t., The Nebraska Bill tfhig party: of the North as at present organized. The principle veers : bow many yean of disturbance will its abrogation of its author; it is f IIy''OIc i1'
t' RrRttdr, seems dupoftcd to intimidate the Union fully" vote for a resolution embody that idea but bring I That u tbe statesman's question and undersigned would respectfully inform the there are point in it.priM ]. stateraei

It. The country "ill soon be apprised of the fate Whigs of the South to whom its article is particularly he has too much respect for the jrtjudictt of the without assuming to be much of a statesman, I claimto public and especially (the patrons and political friends to which we should find it very difficult t.

\ tbU its friends hare determined addressed and threatens Uiem witb a" sectional He be so to consider the of breaking but that all who desire the defeat of :
: ; great measure, as to North to abrogate the Missouri Con-promUe is enough consequences of the N tY, that be has made arrangements with!
qJ'.: division" of parties iu 166A, and \\itb destruction of a settlement which pacified a continent" cal swindle at which it i ia aimed most weletlmtl
mAke a deciiire tETuit to it before the House for this
get just the man f the Northern Whig pliant easyMr. the consent of Mr. F.M. Adams late Editor of that
the whig party as a natioual organization, unless they satisfaction a if final
"z powerful not
.P t'rl.. very a b1
decisive !l final action. Mr. Richardson the able' There ia much other matter which I intended to Inv at
yield their own convictions of duty and of right and BelL paper, for its continuation under the old name.In that shapeless repulsive and odious monster. __
;t.1 chsirmnn of tbe Committee nil Territories notified the abandon their |x ition upon the Nebraska bill The befog the committee, but under the operation of the the late disostrona fire at Jacksonville, the with such force of reasoning and with the authority

i' ; !1.;1 f. House of their; dc-lt dctmuinntion. signified thai if they Rtgitttr has uot Vrpt up with the progress of public President's V.t.. hour This rule then I am, deprived the of sentiment that pleasure.of the press, type material, and even the mail books of the CoL Beutou's long experience and eminent posit e ef
:t tls, opinion the Union Whigs of the South. It gentleman our legislation. it n.ust be f lt both '
tijr'.1 were defeated in the effort to lay aside all other bill. amoug The message of the President wmmunicating his from Missouri this time tnd delivered with hi* usual News were burned, leaving scarcely vestige of the deeply by tie tt
: does not seem tu understand that in Georgia at least and the antagonist of the bill
; ;1 on the tlf'nda and tube up the Xebrusla Bill, the they have occupied\since 1850. a position independent veto of Uie bill granting lands to (be States for the impressive manner, let us see what he said in. concern but its name. Having hitherto been faithful discouragement of the ere and cheering adding the efforts to tV

1"1tI' 1l'j Committee; O_Territories_ _would_ rep uew JAIL of nnd isolated from the wing party of the Union establishment of Insane Asylums, rays the Savannah 1852. lIe of 17S7 told this the House in this of debate the that the ordinance organ of the democracy, there ia a prestige in that the other. It i* a desperate struggle which the tatter of
compromises constitution
.1. and! that they are determined to maintain this position Georgian, will be received we doxbt not with very and the compromise of 1820Twere orgt't'at name, which it shall be the care of the undersigned in have bad to sustain at once against the patronage sod
Weather and Crops. and never to act with any party, v.'Wltnerp13Y be its necessary part power of the Executive and the shameful
Tbe President -
name which will not abide the compromises of tbe general favor by the democratic party. a whole, all essential to the peace and repose of future to maintain.It (many southern gentlemen from whom better eooperatic.of
r Bo far M we bare been able to learn, the growiugrrpps is himself and his act* to be what his the country. I think the following is bis of tUta
yft constitution and recognize and respect the lights of proving language is with tile approbation, and at the solicitation of were to be expected, ia the work of fraud fbuy '
:.J ( .l,. in Middle Florida Late nauraUy rccorered the South. If it did understand thte things it would supporters claimed for him-a strut economist and a 1852 and if I am wrong he will correct me : man gentlemen who stand high in the estimation of eeptino,and dishonor. We can only hope that'ftj

:;:. .:1' : .' from the late un.!casouaUeveaU r, nnd now promibe not be guilty of the simplicity of threatening them strict coustructi'ni3t It is most gratifying to know I do not believe in a guardianship of the people ; the community, and of the democratic party, that tbe struggle may yet be crowned with success and OW

: ;.' an abundant] \'iclJ. Tbe corn i ii espcciallj-t>ni- with a fate which they have I..lgilt"e: cheerfully accepted. that wild expenditures and lavish appropriations of do not believe io the mission of any man or set of men undersigned embarks in this The liT u greatly strengthened by this demonatratioi j
crop of the Union cannot l lie re- enterprise. under. Beuton'L
y JJ',.t .' : ;, whig party to save this Uniou. That creed belongs ta the polit-
'" I factions of abolition Hill free'soil, the public funds and public property are to be dis- taking is a somewhat but with How
ising.We (Ir uiz.c1. The i cal party who Ixl-cve that the people cannot take care expensive one, the effective this speech waa eooM :': .tf.. i. t : .; I quote from onr exchanges Mme account of the' which cling to that name and ha\
j 1 t t" 1 proBpceta e 1 MW t jere. { prestige never can lx united with its sound material! Gen. Pierce continues to be President The Washington -so says the instrument its first line-\D somewhat identified with him in interest in sustaining champion of th. slavery propaganda OQ rj' rta
.t"ti 44 I nt tIe, Sorth nnd nt the South in a national or&tmuzaI it the The allow the distiaffoiabed[ r'ntativetk, :_
wr. THE pronE, can save say masses.
r (Oa.) Patriot of th" 5th inst > 5/o a at this which shall
: point
Te Alb ays I tion. If the Rryittrr oontcniplat such n reconstruc says salvation of this Union is not in the contrivances of paper representUie usual on such 0 occasion, of eooe1odinc.1
;" H'." :l ( 1" The westhcr since our last writing lias l oeii exceedingly li"ti t'f the whin4ntJng bill which has politicians, but in the love and affection of the people former, and prove an efficient organ of the Utter though the hour to which peeehea are VSM&Mm_ !

h ; J.t bad for crops. There has becu nu riu.e .-j distinct l ilomeuts-like tluit) w bit'Ii has Won effected in been expected for some time post went into Use S(n- not in force or cataplasm, but in reric-: !-in he has little doubt of ultimate success. bad expired. This refusal need oo conunew-j will }
1l-:4( : ;f. The nights have becu cold and the days hot Unless i the democratic party-n union for plunder lUll power ate this morning, and was duly read before an anxious ; to all tbe members of the Union. It' In lie baa therefore be appreciated by the public aa it deserves.*
doing justice
''J v';1 f4zT: .. there i is nome speedy change for the letter, the! crop I'I without agreement in principle or policy it may at and curious Uirong. Its old-fashioned democratic em- libel to 11ftflf the authors of our constitution that purchased a new press, new type, It seems however that Mr.Ja.toowa
I :: !" iu this seetioo will be and its lucid a new material is erecting a new office and will DOtatJoy.
1 fearfully eumiui-hed from Ltft abandon the iilea. The Union u hig of Georgia. ph.-uis exposition of what the Preiidentt soon
.. i once : .... .,_ ,.. __,.__._ ... thev did such bungling work that it cannot. hold to- by "the slavery-propaganda" to sink back
tJ .t ".: in the com-truc- "'AA;". ,.ft. k. A. .. : 1..e. : ... have fc News" quietly.
.. year. nt .w't never can be used as lumber: "IitI to ULI.; U'tl lilt', fl'UJ I.1".0.0 LIJ .1 L' 1 u 4 f is another it a new enlarged in form, and improved

ff. ; {.:,.:._., The North Georgia TUnCS5ll8. (lion ..(Eurh a party. the disposition of the }public binds, and other property pother libel/and upon f"rlOllICal the peopl4!pntt"nlngROU, to
l'I4M; 'A. "There i i. but little hope fir the wheat crop. The This. ii frank und out fpoken. It i is what might be or the States of the L niou. gave great satisfaction to I Iof 1 talc care of the constitution which their father made the undersigned can achieve that end, the shall which his treason to the Sooth so richly merits. ft
.je.. those known here adherents school paper
othe strictest
: .: frosts ou Saturday and Sunday nights l last Late almost expected from true hearted Southern whij who prefer RS for tbc-nu. be of tbe was left to. Smith of Virginia to gore the BaD.1
the also one worthy community, and
I party.iliilctlic uhTgs were emincttly.iatisfied representing
'. iiL. entirely ruined It io this section. We have I believe in the c'mpromisea of the constitution.
just to policy-the good of the curitry: to the with the boldness with We quote from the Richmond fl'''Washinrtta
9 y-t t'_ ;,, i. returned from LaFayette, Walker Couuty, and while principle; which the President and swore allegiance: to them nnd kep the oath. I the interest. of our young and thriving State. Knowing -

b 4' t. *i" .' there, learned from very intelligent! and wealthy farmers advancement of partnut will the Union Whigs of announces view in direct antagonism to tho.e which : do not believe in the compromises made l hy politician: that his own humble efforts cannot alone accomplish -. correspondentWASHWBTOX

; ttc.; ) that the wheat iu that neighborli was mined. Georgia adhere to the J'f,'qers. platform f That's they ment"bold to be the true principles of the Govern candidates for the l'rl'*idellcv." I Lave seen too much this, be invokes tbe aid of tbe talent of the conn-'I' April 27,1854.-Therpeeeh of 3fr.

.1 r Some few spoU have escaped, but our opinion is that the question. He *higs of Georgia have never been of such work." Smith of Virginia, to-day was one of the best .Lif> 1
I i i4iAw.f:: :.::-' there will uot be a Iud crop rai8&L'f The same paper says of thc me wage: try and the cordial co-operation of the democracy and baa yet been delivered in the House of Erpresentltires
vacillation. It is
f remarkable fur anything save not Admirable And the gentleman doesrot] believe in
he substantial Nebraska
favors of the whole ia be- during the debate. He showed
4".41: It i destined become community that ft
to it *
." fixed land
A dispatch from New Orleans, dated the 2d inst a mark as
; cf them that hare been at all the made b% politinans Tie has seen
.c .. ,. f' too much to say they were, of the democratic being as Jeffersonian compromises half of the enterprise.Tbe Missouri Compromise was uncoMtitnticcal,list, *
; party
.? "_: .. ,.Op. ray4 !- that too much of such work But to proceed : far from b'ing a it the
of the on great question peace measare. was author rfI
I points compass every JacLsoniMi as could be desired by the most ultfa mail boots cf the News" been destroyed 't
'' ",.":'''-';! 1r''. *There was a heavy rot on the 30th ult in the has been before the country in the last fifteen years, admirers of those two great fathers of the democracy." What wa ever more boasted than the compromise having -Ian I sabaequ-Dt slavery agitation and dissenuozu. fis
i. }. :t--;; : vicinity of Natchez. Snow aleo fell io South Alabama of 1833 or more worshipped its day or more it is requested that all old subscribers who read from the debates of the ime to slow that Ife. t

,.,'J.i. ''t: to a considerable depth. The young cotton crop is I po that in fact it has became a matter of mall consequence | TIle General Conference of the Southern Methodist sworn by I or more relied upon to save the Union. or wish a continuance of the paper will forward their Clay was opposed to the slavery restriction. Bin >
1' ; .w11: reported seriously injured and in some cases entireU to tbe **rest of the world"what they may now more ferociously adhered to for iU hour as the watchword atl.fruFormt'r of the "News" so read 1 an extract from a speech of Mr.Becton io 1;
t ; Church in session Columbus agents are respectfully -
: I Ji:tA.t'l killed. The weather has been unusually cold ber ''say. or which side they take. Nevertheless it at Ga. will hare beforeit of party ? or more omnipotent over delicate inwhich, that gentleman bad pronounced fktlrfo/
may solicited still in that
to act and send
4.-.r6.. ,). .. among other important matte, the question of esUbli nerves and attenuated pates? or mad a more inexorable capacity 1820 to be null and void. The exposure *f**071-
''j ,". : Veto Message of the President. I can liardly be presumed that Southern whig, in the hing a Book Concern. A" Local Preacher" publishes test of political .,pronouDced -

J. ..t .f4 .:. Tiir 1'zFidntset() of the lud gent Insane till face of the distinct announcement that the Northern a communication on the subject* in the Times I more utterly and ignominiously almndoned and by all Advertisers are informed that the columnsof by Mr. Beoton, and of Lis otter nconsist fT.
,. '4 v whigs have deliberately determined not to abide the its follower. high priests a".d disciples the( moment it terribly excited the ire of the old gentleman E*
: \ v'r.s comtuiifatcil: to the Senate on the 3d hut. and of the 2d, from which the following extract is taken the paper will be soon opened for their favors. "
'rl. con-promicn of the Constitution," or recognize and' : was found that it would make nobody President It said interrupt ingly, that he meant the act ." 20 lobe
.;. pure rise; to an M&;niatcd debate which nivt of the J/>..*r.". FA tort :-The Jefieral Conference of theI was my prerogative to see through that contrivance WL. K. COLE. I void only so far as tbe "nullifiers were concerned'
:' 1 "e tenatoi jjarticif ted. Thc irc.&agc is charactiri-tic respect the rifrlr of the South will continue l.'njer I Methodist Episcopal CTiurdi, South now in session in at the time of its device and to think as little of it at Jacksonville, April 26tb, 1834. Mr. Smith said that no such void or explanation appeared '

: .1 tof the Presideut It is strong and bold, ci! : to affiliate with thorn in the same organization. To your city has fixed upon Thursday the 4th inst to its birth as ito authon did at the time of its death. m his speech. Mr. Benton thereupon became
: .' ing promise do to afteT the palpable; evidence the country has;had I ;di-cu the question of establishing at once, a South- The compromise of 1320 also bad its day of laudationand A CARD. veiy indignant and said that his language waa "fain-
a t- i that iu author will not endion the \\holesale i Bx k Concern and Hou of its and i isdespised. But Mr.Smith continued hi reading from Ike ;
t1 ''of tLtir designs, would be tniphaticalh to barter avay I Jem > Publishing own. glory ; but it made nobody President, now TO TIlE Pl BLJC. tied.
.; i -; ,; 'jjmdeTing] (f the public laudi ufUr the fashion "I This n the great Usue. as I conceive, now before the ." :speech of'52. and found a repetition of Its opinion '
circumstances referred in
The to the
.;;:f -,' : which seem* to be db'ued I.y the fathers of the various : the rights of the South for n met of p)ttjge. | Conference. Some of its members, I am sorry to say U Despised 1." gentleman of the committee Yon are foregoing card" the nullity of the act of'20. The plea of falsifieatnf
i" It n.uld seem to us that the Southern xvh'ijs have: now are for employing fforlhin PvlliihtT to do their have terminated my connection with the "News. could not be again pleaded and Mr.Benton quietly
\" ., ", objectionable I siheiucs 1 uuwbefure Cvnjrt's. told by thi" ditinfruished t'utiH'lIn. who so long
).r. ., -' Among the: opportunity presented to them of asHstiugtoLuild I work for them. After a long and vexations law suit i grll.fthp Senate that w now "de'pisfd.? In thus retiring from an editorial position ever attended surrendered himself to the saortifieatiofi of defeneI

", 4w'.. ... f' the Scaati-rs who expressed the-ir; giatificaUoa with up a party impregnable in numbers and principle 1 cnrried. up fo the Supreme: Court of the U'oit.edStatt'S'1 Mr. BENTON. Despised n.illifiera. [Greatlaugh-- with difficulty and rt' responsibility, I am most hap exposure amid the merriment of the Howe.
.: the stand the PreeiJeut baa tnl u vius Mr. Tewmbs of the Southern Chvrch I.M gained her just proportion of
whieli s-hall be ale! forever to keep at arms: It'lItiL au tcr and nnplause.] to carry with me the reflection, that I leave no
f.. 'I.-i' (ie : \, .S...: ',, our readers au idea of some of the points iu the factious at the NortL. "hetLer In\de up of free- I' expenws are defrsvcd will leave her about ?300000. bond." enemy in the editorial field. To my brethren of the : Tb Washington correspondent of the Pkua JeJfkKoqulrer

,, J.: ;;.' the soil whigs or democrats. The occasion is propitious.The Now the question is, shall t\e use this money in pub Mr. BENTON. That was my meaning.Mr. press, as well as my readers, I tender my hearty ,' *ay*- .
.tI message: :
"" 'I' larger portion of the Northern democracy are li Ling our own books and in building up our own be- SMITH. I cannot tell what the meaning is except goodwill and cordial farewelL
,7 is tlui
: that there
*l ,. 'f Mr. TOOMB3. Mr. President I do not to' loved South, and giving employment to our Southr.noperatives. It evident a laige party m
1": r'\"J"".-': Dter into a dmcussion of this question, until purpose the Senate !I sound and reliable and it is with them that) the South or shall we pay it over to Northern Abolitionists : bv what is written. Having entire confidence that the pledge given by country who intend to leave no stole cuturced to
in- who it :
I Mr. XTOX. Read
t 0. j' J has: at least signified its with to take it up fur ; should clasp hands. The Southern democracy are already *ho have fought to filth from us our I I i[ )IH. SMITH. the was despised of by. Mr. Cole will be re-leemed. and knowing hLn to bean t bicg about a change in the proprietorship cf its
Despised by country cootse.Mr.
;. t 1 "') i cootidcrutiun; but I dtirt'to express my full and : in affiliation with them: the accession of the and thereby acknowledge our incompeteney to claim'l: I[ BE --rOX. No. MT ; no, sir. By the nullifier elegant writer and sound democrat, I wish him: all J',I Ciaeeo cf the Autillea. Spain may the make Queen u of nair Asmo
i t )liearty concurrence tn the message table. I age a huge Book Concern, and to print our own ) bumble 1I lvgKe pleases:
offers upon your Southern whips would complete the column and thus ,| -the nulhfiers. Don't falaifmv words. sir. Iuuttry manner of success, anJ commend the "New to continued Catholic naUon smile as Hansfeor -
} _,'10 It a prospect hereafter adun'uistering this Let this General Conference agree to hire itself KI to' the it may kindly vpca
J. I nati nil fund combine all the elements! of a great and irresistible Northern to do it. I was speaking of nullifiers. public favor. Coale even lila ardent and excesnvdj tuprtsible *- f,
great < some &und constitutionalprinciple. Publishers after what) has and
r' up.m passed onegeneral
". I.' \, .4 ., There to be whose cardinal t-hould be I bunt of I "Mr. PHILLIPS I would a-k the gentlemAn if In of tIle heavy calamity which bus nature may desire, and yet cause ofqinvifl ,.
: seem two leading ideas in the,i party, principle Respect indignation will follow from one eod there nullifiers inrlS20f consequence
: ; message. The first is, that the public lauds and their' for the compromises of the Constitution, and the rightsof I of the Southern division to the other. The Southern Yr.were SlI1'JL any I never beard that there were an.r befallen rm, i it become !" "'T '*-* ttlereent eJ _mgaio' and ( '* be'hantedjip 9tm iMW bv that ivttrt DUtY.;tevluckrr9Tttimti eOaeiM* ..
; proceeds are sulject to the !tutional wing of tL. M tUxIi;.t Ckureb pwai bold and "News offi femM B*
te satna (Ins re- the South." Let what be said all candid men a nullifiera at tbat tituc.Mr.BKSTON. &+ bimu_ of the former and ultimate anonutioa of Cuba.
f ;1 ftrainU in their appropriation by Con re-s as i j" any may the ma ol ly course when it separated from the North. Let i No. sir. I wa speaking of the made and we feel confident that the justice aDd gen There ia yet another party, wko, wrtbow earing to
dnnt that true friend.
are obliged to of
other fund the I that wing not now degrade ilk! itself
the United
or money in Treasury by humbling time when that was said. bout the annexation of Cuba doafaeerely sad honestly
VkJv.yAr State That I believe to be a sound principle. Thee :I aud compromise in the free States, are to be found i before Northern Publishers I II II Mr. SMITH. Wait, sir. I have not got through yetI erosity of our patrons will induce a speedy liquidation t, abhor the policy panned by the Spanish Gen

II 'J\2& *-.J JJc- .a, that in the admiuistiaiion of the land iu the ranke:of the democracy, and nou-'iere tlf; wid I i The matter has been referred to the Committc on have more of it here f.r the gentleman: of the same. Its affairs will be left in the hands t! ment toward that island and alse truly believe the

,'' J":11 L. :; had, \'e should be governed by tic same rules by I, hence if Southern Whigs are sincei e in their loud pro- I nooks arid Periodicals. The opprmeuts of the measure I "Abjmation of it i in the order of the dav.** of Judge F. Livingston for settlement, with a power ; only way effectually ta atop the odiova slave trade ,.
;' r.hicb a liberal and enlightened proprietor would be I Mr. BENTON. By the nullifiers ag-un. [Laugh- of to close them. We trust that our appeal so opnly carried on there.ia to amhilat* Spanish
'r .( .. governed in the managemem of his estate for Lis own fcEfcioris they should not hcriUte to unite with Uiem have a strong leader in Dr. Early who has bern man I attorney io this hemisphere forever. .

!(:. uittrest i; and thus, in conjunction with the democrat of the aging tbe publishing business of the Church since tbe tter.1Mr.I SMITIL \1Iv., I thought the nnllifiers were It will meet with a ready response. power There is besides then parties aftrong feeliogis

; ?t: '' By oUerting these two sound | rmriples which ate Suutb.'cvntroltLe action of the government and cru h i dhislon, and doubtless oppose the establishment from small body. Bat it was the order of the d iY." Did F..M. ADAMS. all the Atlantic State against the wfriendly eotrts

:' enforctd by the President we elull settle this que.4ar .. out" forever the baleful free-soil influences of the day, motives of economy solely. the nullifies give the order of the day to tins country Late Editor of the former Florida N e..1 pursued bv Spam iu the matter of her taut wlnfe
.:. .: ti'<>o upon a solid and proper f.undation. I npI'Ii (- i ? Most assuredly cot; but that is not all: curtails and cheek* our trade with Cuba; and who
I the reunion of
: \i $ bind that many of the cw-cs ,hicli the Senator from now rendered doubly threatening by By Telegraph. therefore are not disposed to do anj thing which wi
---fi( "-"- Vermont [Mr. FOOT] has cited Iftutllontlt S, in 0.11trsventioncf all shades of Northern whigs ngaiust the Nebraska The Haitian J-ipin Exp'dillon,-The New York I "Repudiation the nutliority to make it is a test frt tend to secure ki the hands of Spain that fertile possess
",: ,:.7' the of the Presidency and judicial decision! treat it ni a nullity. !-
principles the mewage. will be bill. Courier ioi i <.f opinion that the announcement is FROM CALIFORNIA. ten.
t>:J\t": the premature The of 1850 :!. in the tint place.
: IQ conformity to the other of compron.ioe embrace
one or thee that the Russian expedition has succeeded in 0- andiu* New ORLEANS May S. The first party alluded to nearly every
: decentioit. the comDn.r.iise bill havinz failed '
Hr: i. aouud! priuciples;. and if not, if they fall without them n Sonthemman. And in of tbe state w
tT The Eveuing Journal and Daily Courier, ofl the indf' Daniel Webttcr from California has consequence
.1_ tue burden will be upon the Senator himself and ii i pening ports of Japan. It say'II. There has yet I conglomerated mea-ures passed l wnnrately as The steamship t which ha tamed the existence of the >other

.4 ,4 ;r s%._. weighty and Leavy one it is-to show that they come I Savannah have been joined together aud now appear, been no such opening and no promise to that effect I pendentmeasur, and with very little h-Ip second from their arrived at New Orlws.! It i reported that the land I thing tno raities, its, evident, that at this moment theveisi.carlr

within the Comtitutien of tbe United Stales. It is i as an evening paper. The editorial department is to The Kuwian expedition has t ccomplishcd no more i present as-wn&ptiou guardians. In the that it place.was route across the Ithmn is in hue hrdcr.Tl that a united voice m thi'country. North aa well as

)1,* true there may be much excuse found in the loose,- 'be under tbe control of Mr. Chapman. long known substantially than wan accomplished bv Commojore it was contrived (.pon diP Prceidcnts.avowed"ground mule and wagons are abundant f.r the conveyance of j South 0' Mason and Dixon's o. in favor of any propositien -
.4. the I I to make its champions ant niercbanufce. Senator Borland would
bquandtring I may term it in DO offensive sense, from Lie connection wiUi the Georgia From his passengers < which looks ta a change ia the political relartir
--115e (If this branch of the public property of the U. press I Perry. Tliey have visited the port of Nanga-aki, Mr. BENTON. Certainly. return by the next "amer. ns of Cuba.
: cited States. There may be even some excuse found salutatory we clip the following: have had intercourse with one or two officers, owl )Ir. SMITH. And juidicial decisions treat it asa The Genera! news from California! i i-* of little imp' The re-olutions propc-etl by Mr. SUdell! in tltiSto- a.

- : fur this bill, and for its being passed with full comid1cration Oca POLITICAL l'OI'moUm1cr the present arrangeirent were treated with respect and courtesy; but no Al"rree.I I nullity.: Why, are tlwy nullifiers too I I ask the tance. Th? Mexican Consul at San Fraitcivco has ate authoriiiny the PresVect to suspend lie ttt of

Mm-: when it is remembered that we Iiave depar-j the Journal Courier will not remain meat or engagement of kind was formed though fiuention. Surely the juices are not nulhfiers. John been indicted for violating the ncctrility l\w., ia enlisting 'I I ISIS, are merely renewal of Mr.Dean's resolution
ted, peU"y!| within the last six or eight years from \' neutral in poliUcs. It will not, bowevC'r;assume a I intention any :1 U. Calhoun was not upon the bench. But that is not !i soldiers in Califoiuia for the Mrxicau rtrcP.I; submitted oome Veek* ago ia the Baaeraad Ttferrrf

S *.r 3j$ all sound rciudplcs in the administration of this fund. distinctive part position; but will comment fully and an was expressed in general terms to cornI I alL Speaking of the compromise of 1850, the gentleman Walker has been convicted of f.Hibrsterinjj, and fined to the Committee on Foreign BtlatioBft 'autbonsiBf

I Very many of the eases whieh the Senater (rem VerI -I freely upon all isuos0rnether State or National,and menco ooo on intercourse with foreign ntioa.'t.SC I I said further: $1.5(10.I Emory in tie same anount. I the president to suspend our neutrality laws. jAnd

mont has cited were violations and departures from I will sustain that party and that administration have before m a private letter written from Leo CLOt I And is now stuck to upon that principle : and if The owner of the Challenge gave bends and she time increasing favor with which the idea ta beta,received -

.- _%.i principle which ought to toe equally subject to condemnation which may bo deemed to be right OnlY'' by an American gentleman five months after the Russians i I it fails to do the job it will take the track of its two sailed for Sonora with S'JO emigrants. t i would seem to warrant the belief that the W-
which the bill, which 'has brought it-} The old party issues are universally conceded defunct predecessors, and soon be with them, "ix rat be
t upon t anchored olm ions adopted.
ri :: *clf the condemnation of the President of the Uuited extinct Tbe Bank question is no longer agitated. All ( at Nangasaki and 'e' er iiv.; -"L< after rosiB or THE CAPVU.TS." FROM THE SANDWICH ISLANDS. i It need may scare* be sail that if the act" of 1818 were

I .. States. I agree that the present tariff duti(1I are high enough for they finally left. The letter is dated the 27tb of Jan Yes, the gentleman actually buries the compromise The latest datest from the Sandwich Islands are to I suspended. Cuba would not be held by Spain a

.. I BaY, *Ir, that this message promise to put the revenue purposes, and that a reduction is required by uary. It states that the Russians were closely engaged : : the 23d. March. The King bad called a meeting of the I month afterwards. Tbou* .ids of pe arcs wonJd 1
aduiinistratiaa of this national fund the I both tbe mercantile and governmental interests tbe in tbe assemble the 8th of New Yoik.,and ttgports
groat public watching- expression in the letter w "This is experience in Congress eoanpromiscs Legislature to on ApriL ever there from New Orleans
; domain upon tbe sound basis to which I have alluded.1 I Ii country. The question of the distribution of the proceeds my which new ""'P?
1frr these little for and the outrages are
dogging" tlie American fleet but need set clay gods
had nothing and to
nobody up
1 trust the Senate of the binds of the restriction of the veto t
: will girc it deliberations which I public when those who set them FROM WASHINGTON.BALTIMORE.. at ,the band Spanish officials, would b* '
-i : tbe Comtilutiou intended hat it hould bave. The power, Ac. tc, have all been lost sight of. yet which would affect the movements of Commodore me to worship especially and knock them down when 8. ed out with the rapidity which would startle W**

-iJ c-ffect of the veto is only to submit the bill to a severer There is, therefore no national whig party organ. '" .r. He at that time was lying at Loa Cboo, up do it for a purpose it.", May fogies Europe.. It w true tlat Mom Cuth'O5I& \
I and calmer izod thc old basis the old recognized aud es- they don't answer A despatch from Washington state that the Government *
scrutiny a consideration aud deliberation.I upon or and] was to sail in n day or two for Jeddo. It Was be able to hold out against any vrrgclar tee** !
The gentleman says it has passed the Senate twice ; tabliebed principles The party at the North has be- Not for the nullifiers to worship but for>m to worship. baa received intelligence from Mr Sonle announcing eonld be fitted ont here bat a* there ia oo K WV trot
but this is the first time that it has been submitted come essentially abolitioniied, while the democrats felt that a great deal of difficulty had yet to be overcome There the gentleman buries the compromise of that be had demanded tbe recall by the the Moro CutJe at all, that_ *dfratioo i

MW.;;! & to the President This br&udi of Cungresa and the I I II themselves divided upon question which vitally I though strong hope were entertained of final 1820 and sits expressly that compromise shall not Spanish Government of the Marquis de Pezuela Captain attacking would not amount to a c. Thief certainly
other may have passed it once f rore. I think it )bus affect the interests of the South and tbe stability of success.. be made for him. And yet the gentleman tells cs General of Cuba, and a large indemnity for the Took

.r.wr nwseJ; as a great mauy other measures have, which ,i i the Union. Upon this fctnitU i issue the present national I that he came into Congress upon the compromise of I seizure of the steamer Black Warrior. It ia stated in squally. ___ ___ 3
bare not met my approbation hud that of a great administration: baa attained a bold and dwtiucive -I Manifestations- 1820. and that he has continued to stand upon that Washington that Mr.Settle in making this demand baa OEXGOX cowj JJITO a U'nmf.-Ifr. Rkhardson, '1

j :% many other gentlemen. Oftentime bumces is conducted t position.President. Spirit ExanJned and Explained compromise, and with a grateful heart expresses his exceeded his instructions. from the Committee Territoriea,
life in surli a way that some of us cannot raise Pierce is using bin influence and that of obligations to his Northern friends.Sir A portion of tie long bridge over the Potomac was (dem.) of Illiooa,
his ndaibistrntion in favor of the of the Nebraska is the I him in evidence fire reported a bill authorising. people el Oregon t*
thece great qut1l. The grave and itnM] >rlAnt considerations passage The publishers, Messrs. Dewitt Davenport here gentleman now. give t'estruyed by on Monday.
r&sffitfth1V' Vi hich are uged by the President of the bill. Thus far be Is entitled to the approba-| 160 Nassau New York Book ofl upcn the question. But I know that my timeis NEBRASKA. form a Constitution and State governm***, aad ]fe>

I Uuited Stales, have not been brought before even ion of every SoutLern man and every patriot Thus street bate sent us a limited. Would that I could lay before you all the In the U. S. Rouse of Representative oo Monday, riding for their admission aa a State_ into the Fa-!

1 e snanv gentlemen of this body. I doubt not (that many far be shall have our cordial support with the above title composed of lectures by Dr. J. elements that I could bring to bear upon this question. the friends of the Nebraska bill succeeded getting it Referred to the Committee of the wWe QIt aM teof

of them, on a calm review, when the protpect is The Journal Courtrr approves nearly all the po- D. Dods, an eminent Lecturer on Biology, mesmerism Rut I shall soon be buried. although not in the tombof before the House for consideration and de'to.

t. .t Led out cf putting the administration of the public sitioni taken by the administration, and is, in short I and kindred 'lJbjcctIn the Book before us, the author the Capulets with the Missouri compromise for I the Union. _- ,--- -
land. on some sound, constitutional basis will abandon trust to rise again some other day. I advert tn these MASS. -
1 .', ':4 their own previous course and concur in placing 'almost persuaded" to be a democrat The paper la''. claims to have discovered the theory for solving lliing for the purpose of expressing my astonishment RIOT AT CHELSEA. Mf In the list of the Cargo of the brig HeraU" ;

; it upon a basis tn.'ie comfortable to the Constitution 'uruuhed at 15 for the D.>ily and $2 for the weekly. spiritual knockings, table Gppiugs, tc, and succeed and amazement at the potitiou i now assumed by NEW YORK, May 8. cleared to-day for New Yorav.iU be Irnmd rcp

t, a u' of tbe United States. When the Senate thinks prop:: in satisfying himself that they can be accounted for ,, tIle gentleman from: Missouri iu reference to to this A religious riot occurred at Chelsea, near Boston 33 bale of Cotton Yam, 23 of whiek were M5aVfrC ID8Dcfae-tm" !'

R- er to take this question, I shall desire to bo he-rd : without attributing them iu question.Slryc&ieine.The on Sunday last. Tho lush attacked the street preacher tured at the Jefferson Southern Bjgbte- .
up A letter from Washington ;-Gen. Bailey's resolution any way to departed behwthe fca Mipm.nt
says d. The Irish beaten. Tl* Monticello,
j :.; fully in vindication of the principles set forth in the .beu a riot eUlut were ing Company,
in tbe House calling for all correspondence spirits. His theory is much the some as Faraday', Columbus Ohio Democrat mob stoned the Catholic Church.JThc police und nuli-- made by that Company. The other teo baes were
message. MIl'that
; with the English and French Governments regarding theory of involuntary muscular motion. Critics tar! were called out when order was restored. manufactured at the J< .* ysctory.Wakmt1iTimes .
The Charleston J/wttUJlu" of the "do-uIt iiallp of'the I distillers employ strychnine in the manufactureof
the of neutrals of course made at the instigation speak well Book, and are particularly pleasedwith May 10. _
ire bad hoped of it, and a mare sound appropriate rights was whsikey. It is a recent discovery that this deadly INDIAN DEPREDATIONS. -__.
of Mr. Gen. Bailey is the Chairmanof the chapter devoted to Judge Edmonds. which. Item.
and welcome State paper we hue not for a .longtime Marcy. -------- drug increases the yield of whiskey per bushel of Accounts from Santa Fee have been received at Independence. Washington .
44 the House Committee Foreign Relations This a regarded aa flooring his Honor completely. aaid to be b cseeDeut *?::>"
'IJ on such It is stated that thy Indiana attacking The Nebraska IDea are
had the pleasure laying before our readers.Tbe corn In some places the poison is used to an are
3t : will bring out all Mr. Buchanan's correspondence and the trains passing over the Plains and committing Their opponent are desponding. 'It i Is thoi JJ
State RigbU doetriae shines in every paragraph, extent that hogs die in great numbers from drinking ta.
; :' give the country precise information aa to bow far En- Harder most Foul. that numerous depredations. the bill will though long and sharp eonU & *
the whole subject is handled with a simplicity the still slop. And we may add that it is known pass

l of language and clearness of meaning that will give .. g and ia willing to abandon her right search doe- Some person white or black, has been the cause of this deadly poison U used in other liquors besides THngt M J\'na York-A letter dated on Tuesday prospect.
.:i trim beyond what ia conceded temporarily in the great mourning aDd lamentation the canine Caa baa returned! to the CapitaL
to its conclusions an overwhelming) power with alj : among whiskey. A few montha ago some 'pure OOTi5Cbrandf to the Philadelphia Ledger says: .
"declai ation of war." Now is the time for the United I race during the present week aDd at Washington the British Got-
- t'jofa' who do not desire the States be as Wednesday and was funnd It is believed
1 f to stripped of was analyzed in Washington, Mr. Slidell'd Filibuster speech; in Congress, yesterday *
tbcir sovereignty, nad the Federal Government constituted State to iol lIt upon tbe doctrine for whichUiey bare Thursday's sun rose on cumbers of dead and dying to contain strychnine. I together with the telegraphic nnnouceuieat that !. eminent advise 1pain to settle the Black Warrior :

.- an nulim ted despotism. In South Carolina, always contended, and io the niuotenauce of which: ti about tbe city Market House, and other portions the Union approves it, to-oLiy, thereby giving to the lair at any price. The administration ia detrmined.

I we f el confidant Ue Message will command an they )hare already gone to war with England. Resistance of tbe town. From tbe indiscriminate aod wholesale Phrenology and .J,&- ',,.....-Some of the Northern movement an Adminstration coroplexjouoccasions stockjobbers not to jfer future outrage to Madrid.

to the right of search will find an echo.b every destruction caused it U quit evident that a careless Methodist coming out against Phrenology. much reirirk in the street to-day. Sensitive -_--
p almost' unanimous approval"The journals are and cautious merchants say. it has ua odor of It is rumord that Job Forajth, Esq.latseditt0f
American breast. and criminal use of f ttyehnbe has been b Iltrald contains
a- vogue..I.Tnl The last number of Ziona war about it foreshadowing trouble. the appointmeatf
Columt.us Tlmet has received
J- 5, Irish JEW"*.-It k. stated tbat'iia Cork the three columns: oo UK subject, the mibetrt-c n( "bkil :;nm.s of the wholes liquor dealers have issued ttat new/ tbe
has become to formidable that the Blavrr Exiting. N. s**.A letter from WU NKMtfiKA Hovnonr.-Washington,May 4- ia tbt '.Phrenology ., as taught by its leaning ut\t. c.'pies of Governor Seymour1* Message vetoing t!,eMaine U. CXwul to IlaTana. It U added
tide ) cards
emigration tribe of The friend of the Nebraska bill are actively ..nagedinsertngioadtataajoritytotyg1jd.sftoth. L'W.l.. conuexi w.tli their own fcisSue entire Southern delegation united nYeco1'
vnliaary fese Uar. f U. ioaaffloieot sad the local i liaaa Valk.r. Obit of fbi WyaikUt Indiana sates u auti-Mriptural, iwphilosopiiwal and impnutieabU "iiHouucin'1 1 lv HJ reasonable unus wines and -

It atcanabip c.mpu1p1Iftd two addlt; woal eteam- foramly of Ohio. iay that akrery exists I b Nebraaka er borioes Ia committee to get at that meaaMftoftst false In its theory. cnouod in philosophy U".- braiidie ot the best brands" This i i.ttbat is &llU M appointment .

,'l *tIo" tUsUlm UtweeqCoA and Liverpool Ia amooe Cka vbitM aod T In4iM to dUftanee of th.. emproniMofltW. week The. ipn", of the meaeure, fcaHig'that pbemom in its assumptions infidel in its tendency uew dodge" HIGH PaIn ro*'SLATKS.-U.B Buto.aCII'1.' Iri1:

.tt aM .. It lass .Ja ,itmni ssos IOID. itbe have-eXptesaedliosUlity to the bin may corrupt in its morals, erroneous fa practice, aud eternally Sheriff of Washington CoantyfVaa<>WUtfioe vo-ouJ1
4 Belfamd* piN' pIIIII' it was 4 fjaiaW MID Ifidiaa TsrrKory. True b* W6 over to veto tat taking U tip, threaten.mark The Savannah" RtpuMe;* says thai Dr.Collins has 'darc,'wVtbe; 'Ateff* DtD1' l't ''IiP'
ruinous in its
York and Quebec baa bass .detaN.antti.- txift And pnblieh th* names .f every one known to b* opto withdrawn all his force from the Brunswick road and brotCbt th. fellowmg prieea eone ct wbkh sroalrs'
ia atQl are not many slaves, but still slavery Some the bill who' thus lor 1.00 en
It ia an important fact the mffitary' recruiting poned votes by paesiog through onfiiirily -A g5 18 yeafa eld .
fairly seeccasfal b Ireland p withstanding the vast alaTe are bld by the Indiana,by virtu of their own tellers tbe yea nod nays not befog taken fo .comoltte Storm.We loam that ou St.turd.ylut a *e is now,engaged oo tbe Savaiawh and Albany road,, 13 foll205 high> ; OM of" !. fUU '\oot ,

- 1 ; amoeiit of the erngyatlnn.It laws aad usage and,.some by .regular bills at aale *., ure bail storm visited a pvtiwi TUomna County, about (four saUce fQIU thai former place. 10,parS ,.and one oU ycs.- fSOO- A 1f(,QaJ A

g om eitbeDa of Miseouri, while 'vU*, ettWi fkmi The filguda.of the bill claim one hundred and twenJyiitovarto,4MJNMidred Go, doing some little Injnry to the growing crop of I.U.S.Senate baa-eoo ,rgiei the appointment 42 Jtanolll brouPtf800. : aMI"-of;.J7S..:.!11..

Jack Mar on" h &oLj1t1tIk'ditty"Cai'tsp I tb* latter ew. DCTW betUaUttW.priMW with aod too ,ajajpgt, pro. corn and cotton. Uail fell that MUtted/our Wet. The :. maa.of Sl--JtII,. ..0.- .NIIft' .- .
It b :
'l heal ia t"e florhLm& them. .iIW C111tc1t idatric1.. ia nfu.e., .ef pro JollA Wctt t M 3ttrTjor Qoml of Florida $60. ,: '


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DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. man, a partisan, of war who bears-the unbounded con The Veto in the 8en& .. Tax AsesMrt lAst letke.ALL T. g. CBICUOW, i. .. oicmt w; ;". ._ $ J.Ow.J .
OF THE APMCA.IntclKya deuce of Uw people aDd tLe eiucere frieudaLip of
AESIVAL From the best evidence within our reach we are inclined whobav
Outer Pacha. penom .Dot I TeD in their Taxeafcr
.trrrial ** FaivrnUe-Jfo l ,tlierJatJe..npJTta :ILiyGod help the Turks T to bdien.that' the'v"Ud"l UU. vhich pMMd : y" or u ajrent Jbr other, will please attend T. H. CRICHLQWJk BROTHERS. _

(" ,' Jfnctfrotn Spain. the Senate by a two-thirds rote, when again.voted on to Uw same imoMdiatcly, M the Tax Books will iii
the ---tbe question being oo passing the measure over the be closed on Ute first day of J 11M. All Taxes net ren
NEW YORK May B. TIt Enquirer. President's-will hardly be able to master more than dered by that time will be double I turd.l NEW SPRING AND SUMMER" FANcY GOODS.rpHE (
'rbt BrWh tod Xortb American Royal Hail Steam PreiidrCi! ttto-{ Slideltt tpttc* on C"ba"o.ffairttA. a bare majority. There were fifteen absentees when *** be FmJ at the Draff Store of Mesws. Bar- .
Win Harrison with / tictipn tinancijmtt the tlave* in the the bill that large majority whom nard ct Maxwell -, -
Africa CapU Liverpool I passed body a ,corner of Clinton and Monroe streets. .: ,
ahir .If LIO 22tl Arflf rriTed at ew York on *"ri'clav. Inland certain-2f *pen iln of Neutrality are understood to be its"opponents. We have beard L. C. DEMILLT, Tax Assessor. f? _
datd laws net dttmtd proper. a whig senator and more than one whig member of May 61854. 18 4t [SentineL UNDERSIGNED would most respectfully call the aUeotln oL tL Ladlea,and'Gtatkam of TallaJ. r

IJTTIPOOCOTTOS 'r.mAUET.- reported sales "VTASuisGTo May 3, 1S54. the other House all of whom voted t* the bill, de- bassee and vicinity to their large and beaubfal assortment of *- -f _

Cotton for the wet* reach 40.000 bales. 6.000 ofbicb The President's. veto of the Insane Land scheme dare their approval of the President's action most iir1e's CottBterfelt Coin Dfteeter." SPaxN'G- SU'M" .. .q..09 j
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were taken nspeculation.. and 2 000 for nMflJ'ujan was sent this mot nine to the Senate, in which body the emphatically: 4m the ground that his reasons fr refusing __
Lempner* O*.. circular says the bill originated. Daring its reading it was )listened to his signature have satisfied them that be right ; TIlE hcreasing demand in the South for tide b- Recently purchased in the cities of New'York and Philadelphia by an experienced buy ; aDd aatfieir Goods 3

. p&r&4 nd under a good demand tot cloned nn- ith marked attention. It is looked upon as a lucid and they were wrung upon it. TheaegeD&1emencome naUe. ., has iuducsd the manufacturer to were purchased for C.uA en'irfly they feel assured they can offer !} ,iI market hitherto unknown

idling op oS; especially oa the lower grades of UpOn and unanswerable statement of the constitutional objections from north aud south. Now the existence of such establish an agency in Jacksonville for tbe exclusive I To any and all who are at all skeptical. we would most rtipeetWJ11A1.. call' smf emniae |br ,CMne1na.- 1

dl't a to the bill. There are said to be about two opinions among the original supporters of the measure sale of it Our stock consists in part of the following, vie: tl"I

lands. the Slat, the day preriooa to tb sailling of the hundred projects of the same kind before Congress will tell, of course, in both louses whenever it may With tbe aid of this article, spurious coin(of either Ladles' Dress Goods. I GcntUmea's'. :CIotb1a '

demand was fair and )holders firm- based the came principle and the veto will bare again be Toted on. nor her) may be detected unmediately on coming '
ttf-Imer, the upon in contact with it : Black Brocade Sub \ "D ICH Black Fda moth Costs jfr 1 1do
We consider this death of each and
made veto the RICH
aalea were to the trade at follows, the effect of promptly nipping in the bud the whole every 'I'
ioJeraw land scheme for the of the domain. in manner Price per bottle, $1, and sent free of postage or Fancy do do < JLdB1I3eJO4OdO I
This use
system of illegal schemes. veto of the Presidents public any for -.. ,L I.-I A, d m..1r 1i'Ph'. .rIi't"h' 1-fl .'f
*U< not to make the roost of it for the Treas- three_bottles $2.26. '- IIt4 '
.6jd. will be the of the designing "PH'J
pair Orleans ft "ark.i.n political history .__ _. __ __ Plaid and Summer Silks do do QUttfl'I'iOb d'do ;
r ,1. ii..A \' u..1.... .Ktllr... K .L Addrsjs post paid, C. LAURIXE, Fancy .
d1ingOr1etns. ... .6d.Tiir country LIke the celebrated MayaviIIe road veto of U'l LUt Id uU'CU u- rr ,v. Jacksonville PIaio St1k Tissues. do do Ahaacea dodo ,
Upland. .. .. .. .6 i Gen.Jackson it will stand as an effective example Hdeftnee The same paper, of another date, remarks May 6.1854. 18 4t Florida. do Fsney do do do do Italian Cloth 1 -,.

\\i \insr Upland . .5d.Qjjttouns of the Constitution from the assaults which The veto has formed the staple of nearly all the do Broe \ Tissue*, do, do Imperial Cloth. dodo ; i
'D Circular i quote Cotton ;unchanged, periodically ate made upon it, and wb.ch; otherwisewnuld conversation in political circles here since halfpastone Tobacco. do ,Embroidered do do do Doe Skin Castii. .1' ;
1I"ith )brffff <}UR"'ie8' earce and firm. TIle lower be unsU ful The seeming delay in thetransmission o'olockyesterday afternoon. It is surprising to find do Lustre Brilliante do Tancy da do do I \ .

,mA more plentlulllud! not as saleable, with I of the velo to Congress baa arietn fromno bow it has silenced general M opposition" in the Dem- revived a large lot of the various brands o]( do Plain Beragea, do Plain Fancy Colon.do dado :. % J

)tii" lt\ follows. vix: doubt as to ita propriety, but from tie fact that ocratic ranks. Many gentlemen with personal grievances .JUST J r Tobacco, which to the trade will be sold do Plaid and figured Beraget, Flfored do "

,9 TiHlim Orleans.5016 the bill was officially siut to the President but three against the Administration -_growing out of at cost and charges. D. C. WILSON. do Satin Striped dodo do 1"nIa6 fwmim* crEte -. : ;t
MMJ'.inir: M.-bi'.e.'! .5 '.16 davs ago. their failure to be gratified in the dispensation of the April 22, 1854. 16 Satin do do dodo dodo Figured Drap dTtoAoilCorded ..)
)ddling, Uplands.5 Jd. Mr. JShdell's speech on Cuban Affairs attracts much jiatrouage-seem to have suddenly forgotten that they do Plain and Figured Grenadines dodo do d r. .sfc .

'WrilLt tt!t Osuidy: quote Cotton 1 -16 to lid. higher I nttent rn. Its U-st poiut i i. that it iJenmiiftrates! the I do not profess to be administration inen. We can United States Patent Office.WASHINGTON. do. do Black Grenadines, do do Wellington Cold do itl'do 1
'limn )tniirtimn. Stuck on b\nd 731,OuO bales, of scheme for the Africanization: cf Cuba which was long only account for the sudden conversion on the giound r do Paris Printed Adele Grenadines do' do Alpaee dodo i:1\

which J>1 00' are Ame rlln. ago erp scil. but was treated in certain quarters as that they anticipate a very general sanction of the j>ositious April l 15, 18 4. Palm do do do do Qusi's Cloth dodo .
The cfner.il tone of the Manchester market i i. more unworthy of credence. The dt fence of Lord Ilowden of the veto by "the party" everywhere sort the ptition of Feces McCarthy Putnamcounty Plain and Plaid Pompcdour Grenadines, do do Caab.sr.u 4. 'l'

cheerful thuu under the )last report All the Preston iu his Utter to Nr. Coibinof Virginia was a virtual I of prompt general Democratic rally to the Administration O ,Florida, praying for the extension of a do Oro de Rhine Silk. do White Linen Driflinf de. 1 .; y

Mills Lave resumed operations, a>nfesii'n! of English design and the part he had borne II I defile their recent labors to render the masses patent grant d to him on the 3d of July, 1840 for an do Painted and Plain Muslim. do Fancy do do ;.
Flou 5s in good demand from the trade under a iu'its execution. Yet froinc do\"t(. lln-n the ap | suspicious of the Pi esiJ<-nt. iniprovemen; in the cotton gin. for seven from do do do Organdies do Plain do do 4e :t' r" i

billing advance nnd is freely met by .lJf'rll.- poiiituuiit of, the Marquis do] I'czutla.ns Cwptuiu General As interpreted by the jioliticiansof both parti'sthe the expiration of caid: patent,which takes njace years on the do Plain and Painted French J Jaconets do Brown do do dodo f, 8

Wheat ha* :one up 3.1. O>rn remains quiet Conol -: (If Cuba with hi* notorious antefodu.t84ns au j I II' vet is taken to mean that all bills disposing of' the 3d day of July. 1854- Plain and Embroidered Robes do CottonftdeHsevyfluper do ; 't

ranged from 67 f nod 87{ to 87}. I'I emancipationist was additional proof of the truth oft public lauds except in a 1i:mn..r clearly calculated to It i i.ordered that the said petition be heard at the do Embroidered and Dotted Swiss.Ladies1 do Rneaia Dock doGentlemen's ; '_. .*.

The latest c"f'-ptt'hetl from London are to Saturdsv ,I' what \\:1S charged.: hut Mr. Slidell has now put the 'I benefit the Treasury of tbe United States, will be Patent Cffice on M.mdaj', tbe 2Cth of June next, at Collars &c. k Vesis i f 2:
; matter in such shape, that public intelligence can LO served io the &c.
3 P. M_ in.which there is nothinjr ew except a naiue way. 12 o'clock, m.; and all per>us are notified to appear 6 ,
rutti'' from Tans and Vienna of a new Prussian med' lon er doubt as to the fact, and fur brining this mat I Ii Half,a-duzen members (Democratic) who were conspicuously and slow cause, if any they have why said petition Rich Embroidered Muslin Collars Rich Black Satin S. B. Yeats l.. .!{ .
iation. The Cotton sales, at the date mentioned i tir before the countiy be doft-rvis much credit If'' active in urging the ")I Jls Dix's ought Dot to be granted. do do Cberoizetts do do do D. B.* do .ff
but apnthyet prevail nuKcig Southern' men us U theJ either House of dissatisfied. bU"1 do do Undereleeves. do do Silk 1.J
at 5000 bales. the market closing tamely, prices through are courn Persons f'J'prtoing the extension are required to file 8. B. do
unchanged. an,1 steady. J fate of Cuba, it will nut be from want of knowledge tbe rest eluding many who toted for it being well in the patent Office their objection-specially set forth do do Habits, Collars and Sleeves. do do do D. B. do ; :

The weather in England has been favorable to : of the facts of the case, por will it argue much fur their ', plt'afle.iitb it They wanted some distinct issue, on I I in writing at least twenty days before the day of do Honiton Habits and Sleeves, do Fancy SHk S..B. do r.1:I ,

to growing crops. iuiclJigent teal for Southern interests. which to have the party take a bold s1on41-a stand bearing. All testimony filed by either party to be do Maltese do do do do do P.B. do ? -
-lntbillg new from the war. The treaty between But the remedy promised hv" Mr. Slide] in suggest I to challenge all comers. They have their wi.b and used at said bearing, must I* taken and transmitted do Gimpnre do dodo do Plain White Mara. S. B Vest, ... f

Austria and Prussia! been duly signed. the supention"of the Acts or 1618 and 1838, the might find to day, in this state paper,just what thev. in accordance with the rules of the office,which will French Lace Habit vnd Sleeves, do do do do D. B. do :' ir.
The French squadron of 27 vessel. under Admiral' ling Laws. dues not seem to bh the }proper I have been longing for. be furnished on application.The 'do EnglL-h do do do do Fancy do do S.R dodo t.
Duac1u flne, has left Bi''t for the Baltic. Firstly, if my action is found necessary to I I testimony m the cue will beclosedon the 15th do Honitoi Lace Collars, c do do do D. B do ,t: '. "
have reewvcd an Anclo- taken .by' the GO\"t'rnut1nt. it should be done. not I I do Maltese elo do do Plaid Linen D. B dodo .t'
Theek government June next; depositions and other relied :
The trial of John Charles Gardiner set for papers upon \
of threatening character. Greek ,1 bliip in a side way, but iu the most direct aiaier. And I| was Monj j I French do dodo do Plain Linen D. B. do ; i'
French note a last in th/ criminal court He was, it wi'l! a* testimony must be filed in the office on or before -
bucrniicer- day brecollected
cof the laws would -
the penskVi give a "
been been captured off Negropott. su do do
Lave Embroidered Silk
vitli ammunition, the morning (.f that day the if Mourning D.C. doGent's 1
indicted for fake i ; arguments, )
It would into charged
charncter to the cedure. rtvivc toi #,
: iiig >
pn Cbemizettes
do do \ Plain .
Linen Coats t;
within ten days thereafter.OrdereL'als .
: the modem warfare what Ilft l>t-en long ]laid nt'idc-nor have, been committed in Li* affida\it. presented to the !I .
The eorrrKpmdent of the London Times says that this lIolifOC bt- pLlhed in the do do 1.Tnlvrslee'ces, S do Plaid do do .t\.t
Black Wamor c It.e. inroad .having Iven so speed!. ( would this change IM for our iutiiifct By this j<-'icy: I"'nl.l..f commissioners r the treaty of Gaudalurx 'I. riii.'n, Inte1ligMl'f' Evening Star Washiugsnn. do Valenoinnes Lace Undcrsleeves, ? do Russia do do -,111 { '1Z'j
in of Ins brother's claim be'
!Iv and '.fl\'t.on1y F'ttledIY Spain ha I."ul\w.l a of biiccan lug England won nnt of lu-r ciiliitiKpunder Hidalgo support for ; and n. C. ; I'iimnyIvanian 1 Philadelphia! Pa.; Scientific do do do Collars S Boys Fancy Marseilles Vests, ,1''
threatening Mr Soule has domamled UK* imtif.linte Drake and others. Sl.c has III.t suj I riutledlerncu- was uil'qutull.inlielc'd perjury, charged to do Linen Cambric Habit and Sleeves, do Plain do do <
aspect r.\mcri..1111. Ntw York Iaily Courier Buffalo New )
have been committed him witness the I ; -4if .
l unconditional( recall of Paznefa. and tho} trality laws since I2O.hilst tile COUIMeiiggttted by as a first I! ;".
an< it besides trial of h's brother. Dr.George A.Gardiner. But John York; rillridiao and Joum 1. Tallahassee florida: Ladies' and Misses' Bonnets. Gents' and Boys' Hats. '
appointment of one to adju t on the spot such difficulties \- is oljectunmble\ (In !many grounds might not once a week for three successive weeks I '
the ordered previous to
Charles not court the
arise in future. He also demanded a prove 'If.'ctuafvl' its objects.Assuming rtco"uizaneeo Rich Straw Cord Bonnets Palmetto flats ./.5.
as may to be foifcited. In the the 26tL of June next, the day of hearimj. I ..
been i ucd that things are nw fast reaching a crisis one case bail was .
large in 1emnt\. A Spanish decree has S. T. SIIUGERT do Belgrade dodo ( Ppnama doCsmpeachy ";-.t'" .'
requiring the registry slaves in Cuki; also providing wheu we muM iuteifeie in this Cubun matter-that $3: ,<)00. and the other $1.OvO' ; but the sureties, we Acting Commissioner of Patent, Saragossa (dodo S Hats ." fi'- ':

fir the introduction of ivhite, >lIl.nll'l'.lfnl. we cxnnot pcnuitthceriuiucipatioii of the blades there, learn arc amply indemnified. French Lace do Texas Campeeahy Bats f', .4f .
P. S.-Ec.1itn of the above will
It is said that Mr. Gardiner. left the papers please copy, \ -
the, Afncanizati tbe Island, nor its p.s.t'rsiou city for Havana. '. '
tnd Carirot are in a stale of anarch nor and end their bill to the Patent Office with do do do and Satin Straw Bonnets \ French Leghorn do. 4 :
several weeks since for the nl.'fitf his a paper
otlwr Iwer-it to Ite deemed most I health and
seems ;
: and Pruseia by 1
Jso war news. Treatv between Austiia any containing this notice.April29,1&$4. do Rutland Straw BonnetF.og do do .'t.J'
rfd. proper. Jiould Spaiti still obstinately refuse to sell u* j, it seems to be the general opinion that he will not return 3w 17 do Florence Braid dodo English Straw do .. >;
? the Island that Congress Fbould deviate to the world for trial- \ahingt\ Sent mc/. .
the Cfi'.h.Cleans. Straw do Palmetto do' .
TLe Franklin arrived nut on English [ Boys : ..
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Riebardron Brotheis. agents far the new the neocpsity of its {M>st-cbMou to us, and put into the To THE PLANTERS Mis'es straw uora elo uampeacny dodo .;-.f-..
ming steamer. City cf Glasgow ray they ure not hands of the Government the means t.AI take it and CONSUJII'TJONevery body knows Js OF FLORID do Belgrade do Leghorn dodo ., ';1 .

afraid that the v., ,4\ has been lost. She was per nav for it the pnce it may be worth. That the crisisis I a flattering d-scase. It commences and progresse so Cotton Seed-No Humbug. do Straw Cord and Satin Straw Bonnets. Pedal Straw do '-i

ffctly efficient; l.ad water for forty days, also a distilling uear lit hand is certain.: Can it clime at a more opportune inaiduously, that before one i iot aware of it, the lungs do French Lace Bonnets Hens' Super Moleskin Hats t : .,,..'i, ,

apparatus; provision" for sixty.five days ;- moment f What can Smtheni staU-sroeu say are a mass of ulcers, then a sudden exposure change T imii undersigned now in Mississippi but soon to Rich Artificial SprIg do Golden Beaver do ":., .
CbLl: \ f.r twenty-sir days. Her passengers numbered to the South with whose interests they are intrusted, from beat to cold, produces an injlamation and in a X return home has made arrangements with tbe do do Koee Buds, do Silver do do ,.ii

three htinjred and seventy-three. if a decree should be j l't'Claimt.'d Pezuela; liberatingthe few dlf weeks it is said, he or lie died of hasty most careful Planter in the selection and improvement do do Rose*. Misses' Riding Flats f. .:) -:

A treaty (If close alliance has been ratified between : slaves f Ytt that such a EcL.me is being urged CONSUMPTION. For all troubled with cough or of seed to supply him with Cotton Seed for the do Orange Flower Wreaths, do Bloomers. ** '. }:

France and England. on Spain. by English and French influentis ( rtain. luii complaint, we would refer to the advertisement jon next crop. jTe has taken great pains to procure the do Inside Bunches of Buds, do French Lace Flats ,f '.1.t

A treaty of alliance < flra";ive find defensive, has It bus ben long believed aud Mr. Slidell has now the out-ide of this paper of JUI &'n.e Chemical. Ex-j' purest and best sorts, and will: engage to furnish the do Gild and SilveredWreaths, Rich Straw Trimmings. "' ...,..' ..

been signed between Austria and Prussia. I demonstrated it. Q. O. P. tract of"Cherry and Lunrjwort," which n said to 1 loe I'' Planters of Florida with better seeds than have ever
The war news from the Baltic. the Black Sea, and i I cci tain cure for this awful dUcase. Also Aror Tur- before been brought to the State. lie will deliver Ladles' Gloves Gents' Gloves.. rr' !r.tlexauc1er's
Schoolmaster no Murder in the swt to th* order of the Planter in St. Marks or Alexander's Kid ; ;t
ron: the Danube is witLout interest.Tbe Killing a ki e Balm the !great remedy for all dijtusc-s of the \ Kid Gloves, Gloves t.
rwolutiou tipelliiig: the Greeks i is rigidly enTlie Kentucky.A hair. j Newport during tbe next fall or winter, and will produce do Silk do do Silk do 'J J:

f.Il' i. Kentucky Jury, acting under the presumed so- .- I rerlifkr.te"attested as to the character of the articles Badjcauz KiJ Gloves BadjeauzKid dodo j
Greek insurrection ha s!umed the shape .-f a len.uity .r nn oath.:has s..l nuv dwrlared that '"urd'" : fcmiell e1. and the standing of tbe Planters from Silk do do 'SnkBadineauz do .. :4I.
guentlla warfare, harrasVmg though not femridal>. killing'of Butler wa not tuvrdit.,.. A simple statement Dr. M'Lane's Llrer Pills in New York. !. shorn tl'ev) are obtained. The kinds! furnished gill Badeniaux Kid dodo \ Kid do :. ';. :- ir

Lord St..nh.'tf't'5 a strong inifefcto a. t-t Uie tacts pru\ed on the tiuil will! thow Low imII')si. tW The fame of this invaluable medicine has foX'I,I! j 1-e tlw HgLite: Mexican the Vick, the Pitt and Silk do do Silk dodo ..: :.3 ,. t'nd"r.d :1
pviuat the Greek Government favoring the ill urrec- : ble it i U to acquit thnt Jury of perjury.On tended with surprising rapidity, only to lie ncc)unkdjor j i I II i i Little Brov. 'n. TIle BIJ; White Mexican are the most do --udiQ'I'Lr.1 ")0/-;"

ti'-n. The tnai"'acre of tL. Greeks by tie Turks zi the 2d of Noviiiht-r, at ul/\ <.ut y o'clock in the >ith<'rn1mrl r.fi'*great tni9-jt. Oue trial al'inc is suffi-1 I> sought after in Mississippi as the most reliable stock, do Silk do I do.s do : r .t; j1

Veto ;is reported) doubtful. : morung. IatlIt Word went: tlt1tD shop in cicuttf. eotablitHi it* title a* the only specific fr Liver1 j i''I i' but win! suprly! either of the others if desired. Gervais 4: Co'.. Kid Glove A Co'IL Kid Glove. .. "1 :.. '
*cc.jntts are still vague respecting the violation
t4.rriIorV. send) a bullet through a two-inch boa:i'd am'how," a* gives idcncr of the high e-timati in which these Court House, Florida postpaid Ladies' Super Silk Mitts ) Gent's Super Lined Berlin Cloven t / 4
IVioe l>snl l. it is reported. BummoncJ the the mnl.fr of it lt tlti,,d-cud ordered it loitded: l.e Pills are he-M in that wet ion of country:- 'I i JOSEPH L. DUTTON M5tcs' do do do. do do Lisle Thread Gloves 1 .;'

Mintenegrirsv., annc "tlIoft the Turks Ultriwaide In,Ught IltJUt\.l"r (.f the Hil'lf kind \\llich lie lIt\n>rtfn C., N. Y. I II I April 29, 1F54. 17 tfI Ladies' do (1<) Gloves, half fingered, do Norway Gauntlets ': ;:.J

The ea.mr"i in A.. was expecttJ.to open about also ordeied, loaded." J 1'trcussl": CPlic wic put Hj>"!1 Dr. M'LxNE: Dear .Wr-I lisle sold 1 1 let all V'tii Misses' do do do do do. do Buckskin Glove, trz. ;,.
the middle of April Uith, and they were throt. into tie li-euft HK-ket of T i,..T rillr. an.1 am nxi;iu" (u liave nuotticr lot inline- 'I I I Just Received, Mi!' do Long do do do do Beaver do i''I';, '

Nothing initortant| from France or TujTianfl.Mr. bib coat. J Ie then Went home and I told his n..,thcr that diately. Tl ew; Pills sce-ni to t ko n.o t 'vii.iidcrfullv 'I,I I TT'KOM New York and New Orleans, Long Super Silk Gloves half fingered, do Super Antwerp Gloves, :n'?':
SoiihsM ren
ttlement of the Black Warrior case. maul an cjB.K ry of him im, Laving on the day previous l*>en pro\i
.A Syutoith decree has been published rcquiriig the 1uii.Led LM brother Willie Waird, and for Laviug to Ri.cht>ter for tlwin, but whether there are 8nJ:, 20 PM.XINo 1 Soap, 10 fibl. Mess Pork, Hemstitched Handkerchief Plain Tape Bordered handkerchiefs, Gents and Boys Silk Linen and Cot- l'
T ?i try of a. I4Tes in Cuba, at the i instaiMje of Greet r not I do nut kuow. Plca c be-nd me another j J i i; 101 choice Sc ars, 100 Sacks White Corn, U-n Handkercbu-fs Ladies and Gents Silk and Cotton.Hosiery.Boys and Misses Cotton do. Ladies Brown t 1 ,

Entain.Pirdin'a. I I be (-un\! and to take iim lrulhr Il<>lx-it with him, as13utl supply iwwe iatt:1y. :SU;' lijxc* M. IL Radius, 2 BJ,U Leaf Lard, and Bleached Linen Hose. Gents Brown and Bleached Linen HrJf Hose. Ladies and Gents Underveste. Laf9'.J" :
: and Hollan-l t.pivh'ale r ntecrnj. !. \ was a larger n.wi than he *':*. Matthew told, I F. S1IOTJT.! Drr'ygist.For '!I i 4 J31,1t.1 1 'Iu-lp' Jin. 2 Boxes Lemons dies Morning Caps Gents Ready Made Linen Shirts end Shiit Collars, Gents and rl. '.t i
The JnurBal nf St. Petersburg has publu-lvl a re- his \b'othrr Rjbvit to jet 1 li is hat and come al-ng, -ale at all the Drus Stores in Tallahassee) I I BojvsRradr.MadeCIothmg.
and 4 do N.K.White Hum, 1 Cask Clarified Suar, of variety and Stvl, Bonnet Cap Satin and Lutestring Ribbons in every l .
1"lv d'-clarinj' war. which 1 lie did, taking with him al-o a Urge IjiiwitVii.1 at one Ayencv in cry Town in the S. uLh. I.I 1 4 do OldFamilvWhU-! do Brown do' every description! Ladies Folding Feather, Chinese and Palm Leaf Fans, Lade and Mis&es Parasols Lace and t .:.
Nr*\",ode's circular favors the Oieek ineurroctionTh ; w 1 ioJi he, \fatu the habit of csrn ng. The t w.,> May, 29, 1854. 19 2w Bbl N. O. ery and TalmaVOrecianette Shawl I White Embroidered Silk !Mantles Scarfs and ."
: key, Syrup. Applique Scarft, Mantillas ,J ;
_. .
ice on the Gulf cf Finland flu bc-c o e much trotliLrs U tlie 'onl.r..UI! ) .l asked fit I : -
piicecdcd an and stock of Housekeeping Goods of description all of which ; .
4 bus \Viocbe-stcr; 2 licrcesCarolinaKice, Talmas together with a large complete every ;
brokel'D Mr. 15utlr. who I was ('iiiiiieii in \i\n, C*L.tc'jI.; in tLtoudtt I and examine for .... ..
Tobacco Call
I IOn Whiskey, 2.) I> x"! we offer at reduced pnces. yourselves. :
-'p3tA,0'fI from Paiis are to Friday and brn: ; : of bis; 1 pupils, m>d wliocajnc:I firwaidmi; binijical'ed. ;; 1 MARRIED. 4 Lbls. (;irnnulatcil and Cassia Clove, 1 185-1.very 132m THO3. IL CRICHLOW & BROTHERS.Gervais 4P '.

the Turks were thrice 6ueeti fful against superior i 1 explanation its to hid lJa'iII'bippt'd bis brother. :Bachman D. D, Rev. (J. I). BCRN1IEIM. Pastor of 6 doz. Claret Wine, Citron. Pepper. r Fire and Marine Insurance. the State of ALAIUKA. ..43tt '
force the of the Danube but in obedience 1la
at I
passage Hutlr asked him to into his irate room, where "; .
tep pr Zion's bbla. Lard and Malaga Figs Situated in the district of lands subject to sale at .1.
Evangelical Lutheran Church 2 Oil Smyrna
orders they retreated in the line for Kasascat { Savcnnali Mutual Insurance Company, hav .1. ,"
he would explain it to him. Ward saying
Candies Dates
St. PetersHorg papers contain a manifesto in reply wus the to settle it. I'I'tkllt I daughter of the late David Clayton, all of Charleston 4 do% pta Sweet Oil, Starch TIlE establi.Led an Agency in this City will Sparta. 10 '

to the French and\ English declaration of war. throw j Mr. Butler place nodded ; Matt said, what are your ideas S. C. 2 bbh Bologna Sausages, Sperm Lorulon and Star Candles, take Fire and Mariiifc risks on the most favorable Forth of tAt beat lint and East of the principal j i .' r,

lag tbereponsrbinty of the course they have been i of justice t which i is tbe wofbt,the buy who begs chestnuts Hermetically Clams waled Halibut Lob- As <,rted Porter Pickles, I i terms P rply to THO. J. PERKINS, Agent. I ridian, fcuikern '''t1. 1:: ;

pleased to adopt upon those p tB. I end throw the .h 11s"D the floor and then bee I stets and Eaglwh Walnuts, ,I i April ):. Ib54. 15 6m I Townships 1 and 2 of range 7. :'l. ;!
othiart< from Copenhagen except that Swe- j OBTIUARYDepnrtcd Oysters. Townships 1. 2 and 3 of 8. \
; ant it biotLcr bo them to him t Mr. : range
or my w gave Brazil Nuts. .
den fan positively\ entered into a secret treaty with 2 bids Beef Tonnes. A. II. WILSON, Township 1,2. 3,4 acd ft of range* 10,11 and IS.Towahips JThjF, ..
( Butler fcaid he would not 1 IH interrogated puttini; Li* : this life, in Tallahassee, on the morningof I do Fulton Market Soft Shell Almonds I I
Russia which absolute exi;.ts forbidding 2 4 and of 1: .. "
by an enactment ft .
in )his and his Matt range
pencil pocket buttoning up coat ; ,I'' the 8th of May, Mrs. MARY A. BEZEA IT. in the Bc Pilbert. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST, .
more than f>ur ships at once to enter a '"Ir.\{ rtiwhted the question; fiutler "id,tlierv is DO finch her. Walnut In the district of lauds subject to sale at CsAovoa.AVrA l kt 1";
tar. Tbe sane requirement has been exteuded to 49th year of age after a painful and protracted i Pickled Salmon Catsup, NEWPORT FLA.,
a boy here; Matt said that settles the matter; but 1 Smoked Salmon, Tomatto Catsup I I of tAe bue lint mad Eat of the principal, f '.i
1\urva,. enllM ;illness. Mr*. Bezeau of the earliest membersof I and fresh stock of
\ you my brother a liar and f>r that must have j was one lloe 1Jutrinl1Soda. Sugar, and Batter HAS just received avery large _ridian loutktrn turvey. : f
nit apology; Butler said he l-ad no ap-.V to make;I the HeU nlist Church in Tallahassee, having joined "bbls. Northern Crackers, French and English Drugs Med- .
D&iuror oT the Turkish Porces- iwjouvmm.ilinadeup! said Matt lJut Wfcaid 30 I I Chemicals Pe DyeStuffs Township 6 of ranee 10. .r :
iciiiett owery.
then, said .fAtt. ; wu; t in May, 1635. In her death the Church mourns the .1 I Flour, Dried Apples, Townships C, 7 and 8 of range 11 fi. .. .
There is great alarm expreeeed for the safety to"the of.I j ou are a d-d scoundrel you must awl hear coward.my "opiuiou' of you j t 1' ]os< <>f a faithful and zealous member, and the l-oIr a SO HII1St.. Louis and l ned Peaches. I Palais and Fancy Articles. Townships-. 7,8 t. 10 lOCi t2 of range 1%. i'' .
will be
tLe Turkish forces. AU the letters agree as I Ohio Flour. Nail, Candle Wick- My stock being selected by myself, war .
urgent oecew'ty for the prompt arrival ,>f the i11iei t ,' the This evidence statement of w hut took place thus far i is from ." fiien-1 indeed" as she wan dialmgawheJ by her char- 10 BWa. Rectified Wins- l'ocket Knives, ranted as rt'pret. Physicians can rely jetting Towiip.4,1,8,9,1O,1I.tlaad22ofrange1Z.TOWD.Mp4 : J:' t

armies. The f<>lloing letter to the Liiidou Times. I nod who !is also of Ward's under brother IloU-rt, who sto.d by it)- to the needy, and her I''Dll'atJlY and kincluc&s to'I key. Cluldreu's Shoes their orders and prescriptions put up with care of ,8,9,1Ohl.l2,2O,21sDd2ofrangs .J f"a:

dated Paris, April 19, u a fair exponent of the state of indictment &It an w cewory to 'II the tick. Ca.-ks Bacon Side A mall lot of Dry Goods. such articles as are genuine. SELECT POWDERSwill UTownships- ,
icing: I the murder. It agrees substantially) w itb that of other I be furnished when ordered by physicians or oth- '. 8, V. 10, 11. U, 13 14. 1$, 10. tl lad ; : '
do do
r AJl.t.*, April I 9. witnesses. Robert Ward proceeds to state that on II j The fallowing verse i is from a favorite b}ran,which I 2 Hams Having made arrangement with the best Drug 22 of range 15. l -'

The latest.and most tnntwortby account* from the ,I being thus. called a*"d-d scoundrel and coward" by previous understanding with one of the sisters I All of w-bich will b* sold as low as any other House era.Houses in New York for selsct articles I feel no hesi- Townships 10. t. 12, l3I4,1 17.18,19,20; l (& '
Hitler otruck Mutt' twice and I in the dtf"r the Cash.1st 21 and 22 of 18. t4- '
pushed him a guiii.t"thedii. range ;
headquarters of Omer Pacha prove the urgent necessity He U tie made long tince, was sung around her ding bed: door South of the store of G. 19
of tUp alUnd forces arriving on the theatre <.f warwiUiout >r. only line of all the "itllt-JlC:1 I Also, a splendid assortment of SCHOOL and MISCELLANEOUS Townships 1011. 12,18,14,15,18,17, 18, 20, ( ti
luss of time if there be a desire to avoid asOen. who swears to any such tkin. One or two of the 41 We know by faith we know, also adjoining the store of S. S. Knight. BOOKS;PAPER and FANCY AR- and 21 of range 17. .IJ y.f$. .: .

Baraguav d'Hilliers is said to have expressed it boys state that Butler put his Lands out towards If this vile bouse of clay, Wiu also sell at Auction any property desired to be TICLES. Townships 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 16, 17,18 aad 19 ofrange A'l '
iu one of hit <3icp.itchc the repetition on hind of the Ward: and one says that lieputJted him. AU agree I This tabernacle sink below, sold when called upon either in town or country.- tf Ladies and others fond of a good glass of SODA 18. 1?) iJ
I tljat Mutt drew biB pi U>l} placed i it against Butler's Sale das. Mondays and Saturdavs. the H 16. IS and 17 of 19.
catastrophe of Sinope. : ID ruinous JOHN IL RHODES will find at the above as soon as good Township range ;.;' "d" i
breaU aud fired. decay.
Butler exclaimed wife
) poor Lanitl receive bis supply cf tbe cold stuff. Township 17 of range SO. 1r
A competent person who bas very recently examined We have Auetionftr and CommiuioH 3feicfiant. 1.
and chit.l"and felL TIlt'rpII'U.. of course, a rush of a house above,
AJ.ri115. 1864. 15 In the district of lands subject to sale at TtucahetaIf :_( .
and with the greatest attention the line of the Danube 15 _
the terrified b ys, and Robert Ward drew \his Bowie Not made with AprillSISM.
from Widdin to Rassora. and who} has very minutely I I knife which be brandished, ordering t!>em all to stand mortal hands; SPRING & SUMMER or A Qf the OM line and East of principal mtruKtnt ,n J.S .
crutintzed the effective force under the command <;f o. The Wards left the room ; Butler was carried firm as our Redeemer's lyre DAVID C WILSON southern imrvey. il.qJi

Omer Pacha with iu capabilities and organization, is home, and died that night. A Kentucky Jury has That beav'Dl, fabric stauela." CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES. Townships and 24 of ranges 11 and 12. .

not of.opinion that it is able to meetthe Russian army i isirurl I Iuth. decided and under oath that he was not murdeied! T. TAKES pleamne in calling tbe attention of his ens- AM now receiving an extensive assortment of Townships 23,and 24 of ranges II and 14. ; :. :
haodod. or to ppose ha onward march to the 'n Yotk Time. and the public to the choice nod extensive I Cloths Casaimeres. \est ngI, Drap d'Ete, White Township 23 of range 111' 1.. t .

.(, No doubt U expressed u to the zeal the enttoaiaam -'' NEW assortment OfSPRING Browu anJ Fancj Liueiis, White and Figured Marseilles South of tAe box fine end Wxt of tKt principal t rt:, .

and the valor of the Turlish army, but the'' The Late Bloody Fight with Indians. YORK. AND SUMMER GOODS, I all of which I am prepared to make up on short meridian northern ."'ry. 1'1'
same authority declares that, notwithstanding the wonderful ; U. S. SoUim A'illtCflul. Cookin BREWER fashionable and on reasona .
& tho most styles
effort made by OlDer l'aeLa.0 intnHiluce i.u- TJiirly-JU-e Puruit.-11Ie Kt: Louis: Republican has a dispatch II CALDWELL, which he has jm.t received by all the recent arrivals i I, notice terw.ALSO, m Townships 15. 16, '. 18, 19, 20, 21 and 22 of range .

Sari ty and order in the boat he comrawxl there i is still t ta dated 6th. the following SUCCESSORS TO CENTER A CO, and it now opening for inspection. Ju the i"p(1tQ| one.Townships.
deplorable defieieney in these respects. With tie Independence, April giving Indian I whereof he pledges himself not to btt undersold upon A LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF US. 16, 17, 18, ig, 20, 21 and 22 of range :. .
iu reference to the recent I
of Omer Pacha Kmself. interesting particulars : GENERAL COMMISSION in this city. two.Townships.
xecpUoo h. is ailraitted to battles in AewMexico.. UIEBflLLYTSV tLe same term, by any house READY-MADE CLOTHING, I
be IMA of mneh lnUUie uc*, and two n r three othersavtOMtnost I : OLD Amons the above, may be found a very rare and of Cashmarette Frock and Sack 15, 16, 17, 18, 19. 20, 21 and 22 of range
there ia stead want of I I Oa the 6th of March there. was a fitjlt between I 20. SLIP. Consisting in [part three.Townships. .
military selection ofLadles .
the superior orticers, and infiuiuly ICM eapacitvarnonc ino,,:, Lieut Ht>nlc, in command of thirty dragoons, and II: May 13, I81. .._ 19 j_ choice Coats Fancy Colored Frock and and Sack Business Coats, Tweed Coats 15. 16, 17, "18, 19, 20, 21 and'23 of range ./1:' # .,
Fine Dress Goods Sacks' d'Ete Frock, Sack .
the aubaltertM. party Jicanlla Indians. Six of the Indians werekitled ------- -- _.._ -- Drap four. ..
It; is true that Omer Pacha is full of daring and impetuosity and two of the soldiers ; four dragoons were also ,I Notice. consisting i il1 part of Alpacca Sack and Business Coats, White Brown and HvntteSJe.' -1' :
but these qualities are tather dangerous 'Wouud d. The Indians frr the first time were persons having demands t&lnA the estate Brocade Silk. Berage Robes, Solid Cord Fancy Linen Coats. Black Drap d'Ete and Summer In the district of lands subject to sale at

odor the pro*.tit circumstances, and it would be most whipped. I ALL Jredinck R. Green, deceawd btfe of Leon 4-4 Black Silk. and Figured. CaMunere Pants White and Fancy Linen Pants South of th. bane tine and West of tkt prfaeipalt't..

docirable! that he should not until supixjrted by UK I Ou the 30th of March, Company I of the dragoons I, County must present them to the undersigned within Fancy Silks, Robes White f'reneh White and Fancy Marseilles Vests Faney and Plain meridian norther* ntney.' 1 f I

allies, risk a battle with the Russians wbo have lately sixty m number,under command of Lieut. J. W. PD.v&iln .- I the time prescribed by law, or this nitlce will be Crape de Paris. Worked. Silk Vests Shirts Collars Cravats Undershirts,Drawers Township 14 of range 1. ,, < : '

eroded tbe Danube. According to these accounts, met the Apaches to tb" number of 250 warriors. I pleaded in bar of their recovery ; and all persons in- Berage*,new and splendid Borage Delaines, Gloves Hosiery,A* JOHN PRATORIUS. Townships! 7.8,9.10,1U12,12 aod 14 of ranfe 2. R.

the Turkish army of thfl Danube) .does not amount to 15 miles east of the Senegi.illa neat the foot of debtedjare requested to make payment immediaUlv styles. Figured Chatties, April 8,1854. U Towustips J, 2. 8.4, 0. So 1. 8 10.11,12, U aad f.;
more than 90OW me*. while the Russians have now the mountain sod ou the road frum Taos to Santa Fe H. t BLOCKER, Solid Cord. Tan, Brown CLallsy Berage lofrsinges3,4and&Town.hipa2,3,4.5Iand'IofrsageS. jii; ;
200,000 disposable and efirctire men in the priacipaltiet The battle was a sanguinary one. Thirty fire of tbetr.K.ps Sheriff and Ex.officio Administrator Drabs Ste le. Green Printed Lawns, [No. 505.] .

; and Brsaarabia are retwrud t/ have been killed, and seventeen May.IS, IBM. 8w U Pink Bluer Black and Tissues- different styles. Withdrawal.IN '
Notice of la the Djatnetof lande subject toes!. at Mont .
wounded. Only eight of the whole ,'W1.;.- RJM M Unmlins-of kinds..ACL.Ac yam.
number es.ped -- -- n- -
ALABMEfO STATE OF TURKEY. without being injured. Lieut. Davids command.and Land for Sale.T .iS-r: assortment p of pursuance of tbe order of the President ef the U JVor
Dr. Magrader. were slightly wounded the fint Laos sad Embraidariea ,Hate Mod Cape I i States be.ringd&t.the 18th iastaot issued tatKkerm swvry.Townshipe .
The fwUowing letter, published in the Londoo Sergeant was killed. T1I. lute on tha ,of the In WILL ecU my plantation on terms that are Bometaand Trimmiogs, Boots and Shoes on the representations and at the reqnest of the'Senators 21 sad2ofrangel&Town.hspsl9oaad2tofr.g.17.

Times, gim a diabearteiiing account of Turkiah af- diana is said to have been very great part horses 1 enable and aceommodaiinf to u. pure. It Para oIs-.d Fans ,"- Wood and Willow Wfte. and part of the delegation in Congresa fres the .

.Iein; belonging to the dragoons all the Colt revolvers Ffty aod lies in Jefferson Cwoutj. Fla eighteen mil. Ea* of Gloves Ibis M. Hardware and Cutlery, State of Alabama the lands within' the fcllowbg de Twuuh.s1,18,1andWetrag.1$. I

C0NgTAKTI1(0PLE 10th. I carbines, fell iuto the possession of the Indiaos, Tallahassee the neighborhood of Waukcn It Ladies Gaiters Hollow Ware and Iron scribed townships situated ia the Stat *of Alabama Townships 17. 1$ .a4D. ofrastes 19 sod 10. 1. ,

The 1---- April I A Luge force under command of Cot. Cooke of tin choice land and b good r.pairwitbtwo bnodred Ties and Bu &c, Groceries .&&, it, Ac. and Florida. along the routes of the potRail i en Ge ,Nt... to"Ilnl.lp.iuibsM I

are !lI.la&mg u !mUcn proprm b their :d Dragoons were out in puisuit of the enemv when and sixty acres cleared. Laud buyers com mod see GenIi Dr.Good I roads from Penaaook.'Florida, to llootgomery, ..Ahbama from Albany,Qeorgia.to Hsut nsasry.t by order ef the

repu1e tnarcbasbj I the \heir propagandiam. On the one bud they the mail left ; but it is to EM understood that they are fur j ourselves. ANDERSON PEELER. And all other articles required by the country or sad frnm the Jut mentioned plaeeYm Vetumpka -: Preside*'bearing date the tut bkiaia i. .
Ta wbo I May 6. 1854. 18 tf consists rather in the Decatur and Athena to the Tenea- ,
tbe other to be iotimidated : CD Dot so easily iotiroidnUd now. and 1 they say they are town resident la fine our Erytoo Kri.li Hl'EMr f n- _
that objed ths : the ftam oC revolt having for ready to meet the troops. We fear we shall receive Notice. substantial realities, than in pufb and. tmtward- ap-- (-eeune wifl be withheld-from mle or entry exeept' rUiata0 _
r'PaalJa baa ftles at their beck and 6ernee.preeftlt farther news similar tenor to the al,)ve. petraa. < -. fur valid pre mptioo chums, antfl furtberorderi. to -. .

War KiW reaa.oo to aomp1&in of lit Twenty men of Major Carleton's company of dra- DURING my absence from the State my son, Apvik.$5415; ,D. .WILSON' wit: .A 4. "_ .:.. I'T.' l1e1.tL'J' .
have deserted from Fort Albuquerque Byrd,. at the Store of James Kirkwy, .' the State of Fiowtu. -- 1\.l'IIJ 1 iF JO. IMaat W of raege 2C '
In "ain he goons taking In -
raaba dcIoa DOt aka to.it hue loceor aent to hi m., ru% with them two horses apiece, all the Cult revolvers. Esq Tallahassee, is my duly authorized agent hIOOil out for the .Engine.. In the diMrict of ko*subject to tale iii T.lbAasesv 11... 1, 10. U a d 11 grant '. 11.12 aad IS ef 14.
after ,
ruinat L will The gnej %cg dtla)1 and a- mid A six mule team loaded with They BENJAMIN BVRD. subscriber has for tale a fine ENGINE," eeti- BeatA f lw '*aes Thee ml Wttt f 0* I'ii..ip.z Townships range _
tmo, We are Mll1red were Leaded by the first Sergeant of the May 6, 1854(8 6t THE at horse together.with TiubisSt.lO.l.12dl3o1manp2L
Laa been (lUifed to wnte II the aubjtd company. __ ei'tftty-ftn power .,Uin. TovMhif*u. ltll _U** 5imQ...
the Sultan. Tb. rumor eirculat and directly to Notice. one GANG OP SAWS. and ona of Pages beat Circular Townships 1 and 2 of ranges 28, 29,30 and SI. Townships aod.15 ef nap 11$ :
no -Itbout 1L Bentoa notifies the thai for Grist Mffl _
Hon.TU Ac At -
13T public &. Shafting, Pulleys. ,
proimbIity, hit TL-ealy is full 1 of tVi Give wader aw. band at elM a.M x..a.-
thme m Township range
toeJ reTo11 and will receive letters the 8t Louts Poet months after date. I shall present final and almost other kind of Machinery. Address _
sirud, feels the effect of i, and je not through SIX my Ie- any till lA* bme hue wntf Wtti eUM prieipa at the city of Washington, this 30th day d,..
I- h 1tNd th, and voucher to tbe Judge of Probate of him at Tallahassee. T. B. CH AIRKS.J3f of
kiadJed at 8alorlM-a. OSSoe because Anti-Beaton is Postmaster. 1834.
It ia an man merUia
Lets that tW Sultan icocseqoence thlQ Madison County,, as .admiuiatrator! of Lucy Roberta; The Marianna WVig and Albany (Go,) Patri- By erder ef the President
mwb to ( litaji too aDd uk to bo oiscbsvged from my admiu.Jlak-1. will pleaaa nctQ' ordered oat, IDeS Mod bills To rnshipa5and6of rangy 27.
feeha bu do Borland Minister UN .Centra -American P. hi copy JOHN WILSON o.
wfovg in'ditm_. Major tp. ) JAMES IOBER1B Townabipa, !.I. 4. 5 aDd t of rmngw 2*, 29, SO. 31

ache:1D w,Jc met..Alj., .h1 il IZI b OCtet I II States, has signified, it iI TaJd, his uU'otioa to-resrgn.J'I' lay 8. UU. S 18 6m AJQ'r.I' advertiser.Arm 15, 1854.; It aod 31- April IB, 185't.. h. '- -.





EJVH KnwCfllilir
: - --* tm_ Spring ancT Summer : I]: ATTENTION LADIES. iitrwiniiEtf,
I2 ; __ .
-' 4LSSRS BETTON" & WH1TAKER ask leave to Singer's Paleui Strtfekt ffeedle

; : CHEMICAL EXTRACT OF c1 taIiag.N TALLAUASEE, FLORIDA. iv]. call your attention to the tltgont assortment ol mmiftKTI05SEWI.tGWHICH

OW re i1ng.'at the well known stand of A. R Wholesale and Retail" Dealer In Goods, rettivtdper Watiiia," sad adapted to.jour

CLARKE, a fine assortment of : i DRUGS AND MEDICIHES.FCHKRY sole tr! use ; hare acquired an' lTheqnal1ed r
ItCAOY-MADE CLOTHING, *m m m all parts of the
Edgings and Insertings. try variety ef Sewing: are new offerJ at '
For Lilt Complrtr.Cnro ofConphs Instruments tb,
ouiLibl for Spring and Summer wear, eomprUiog in 1) Dyestuffe, Surgical cash price of ONE HUNDRED
Co Id 4, Iiiffiiuitz ..4thinn. .IJroncliitis Window Paints Maltese WL>
time following article: I Spices. Snuff. (flas. Ed'ogs Ins'ng Edgings,
clear from the
all part profit, iue of 'iheae.l
Spilling of Blood, ami Hirwn ami White Navy Drill Frock 4 Sack Coats, Oils, Varnishes, Putty Manufacture] Tubacco, Valencin $500 to $1000 a m.Lit*
otluT l lt1tLIlI (o year depending on the }jn
Cotupltiiul Real .
r.incrnn'1! White Linon Drill do do do and GluM Ware, Patent Medicine*. Smyrna- done.

; Consuniplioii.jj Clouded an' CHERRY AND
LUNGWORT, SlripcJ and Thin Ginjrlwm, Sick (iial*. and Hair Brushes, f'mr Medicinal purposes Blonde MWhite to our newly invented and ,

. FOB. THK CVR.K OrConghs UlTc and Col'd Drap dT.ta Suck and Frock Coats, Paint BrusbcH,' Fancy Article",
preparation is getting into we all over our do do Summer Cloth do doWhite Garden Seeds, Fine havana Sejjam.He Goods.JACONET Machine Sew .with aSIk
folds Hoarsncss
. Spilling THIS The numerous leltci 5 xi c receive from and C..Fd Drill Pants, has recently received per brifj* Asa Sawyer sad Cambrics, Swiss ItusllnsJ This instrument is so admirable bso

t' of Blood, NijW Sweats, Asthma, our various njent.*. informing u of cure effecttHl in Fancy Marseilles Pants Mont nk, n Lne and Fresh tupplyuf every Variety Check Book perfect in its operation and resuIth.1 eou

l Liver Conpiafnts and their immediate ncighliorhood*, warrat us in saying Faiicv C. s iinere da for Summer wear, of articles usually kept by (iruggisti.i Planters and Striped Nainsook the unqualified approval ef all who.

it i is one of the best if not the very best, Cough Medicbe Bl 1k Drap dEta do do do Physicians will always find At this establishment ft full Fig\I Col'd: Curtain art of Sewing by machinery. For ,

. j; CONSUMPTIONDEATH now before the public. It almost invariably re- Fancy and White Marseilles Vests, supply of every thing needed, and on the most liberal Linen Biahop's Lawn. Li the only jn;cLioe that can.make ?Sw .

lievce nnd not unfnoquently cures the very worst cape Light Spring Silk Vests.ALSO. terms. remain distinct and beautiful after wsjJMD Ti

!: canl .rnI lias been prevented thon ,. When all other cough preparations liave (failed.t Orders from the Country promptly filled and sat- Mourning Goods.B work and every ort.of .leatLer SewfeT t

'SP. t iL of caTB liv this tiuf i/rr'i vtrn rrtnrJn ,*; has nlieved the patients, as Dniggits. dtnlers in A general assormcnt of Shirts. Collars. Glove, Cra- Ufuction guaranteed, with regard both to prices and king-Mattresses and all Sewing fri wnlchial t S

1 d 4'k DSON'S CHEMICAL EXTRACT OF CHERRY MdieiIJIUIJ Hiyweianscan testify. Aek the Agent vats, H iery. Drawers. Undershirts! aid various other quality. IfiVficians prescriptions carefully com L"K all wool dc Laities, Black Satin, STRENGTH QF SEAM REQUIRED iS lof

I AND LUNGWORT!!.-This medicine unlike nut i ii your nearest town what has been l.hi experience ol articles too numcroiH to mention.A pounded. .4 Bombazines, Hair Crape, this machine cannot be nonT!?
c' -' -( f thft patt-nt TcrriciVis of the day is the result of the the effectK of thi medicine. If he has been selling it full n si>rtm >iit of Cli-tlis. Ca>*imfres, Vc ting Al-o. EPPING'S COMPOUND FLUID EXTI1ACT I. Fij :4 and etpfiimrnlf'uf swntific and rx- for of tiiuc, he will Ml Manufacture OF P.UCIIU.D I' Watered do English mere easily m.
eareful ttiulit any length \ouIT which the s>tilx 'ril>er j is prepared to to and operated than other. *
i fiitnrt> , tiavel.in" IXH-II: known and CIC1flfltJ.t All! want f good prepared to supply a
# 1 >. and! licst possible manner. n >
ofthlf IVlow we pve n few extrnettt from letters we hay of Sewm machines-eaeb perfect and aL i.I
the ttrrngth
When Oils eompl
t -.p.1 sttk; WILD CHERRY i BARK.- Clothini call. White Lead, &c. Handkerchief
best medicine known reCii ed lately regarding the virtues of this medicine. kind, at the following cash price*
:j ) u prtp'rln tftiactrdis the rfOrdirs from the country prnnptlr attenckdto. "I A A BOXES Window Ola- assorted size'. Emb'.] II'dlfs. Ladies Hem Sfd fft1kf&
: ami other Pulmonnry disai Dr. S. S. Olin, of Knoxxille. Ga, ;-I have CLARKE. LADIES 1. Needle and shuttle machine of
i for f uritv? the worst C4'ngLs rays l' A. B. AW H-O- kcH White Lend, ,extra i Xo. 1, C'bric Tape Bordered present
and ,-nal lcs the sufferer to been Liverwoit and Toy exton ivlvin pure style on wooden box
>cs, it lowcti" the phlcpm > UMII: jour ery March 18. 1S54. 11 5 barrel Llmeed Oil, "-10
I. oijxf toralc: c.ivlv, and .il""e will cure the wort-t cold my pactioc foi three van j pat. and it isiiili pU-a- 6 Lard Oil, 2. eedlc. and shuttle macLine of present

or cough,which 2uzieg'.eCkJaLhVt8 lead*to CvinuinpLUNOWORTH. uie thnt I state my l elief in it* superiority over all Specie Specie Specie 20 Kep; Zinc Paint, Collars & Sleeves. style on iron frame,. .... .. 'ijjj
d.zj him.P14 otht-r artkles with whicli I am acquainted, for which 2'J' TMDR'D Collars Embroidered Sleeres, Needle and shuttle machine with newly"
sale S. S. KNIGHT. Packages Fire-proof Paint, (bbls. and i bbl*.)
: .-Thl w.iv plant the virtues
. which; ho known t. but few, it 1 has been said by the A. Fitzgerald &FmnetL writm from Wavns- 25. 2 Train Oil, 1 bl.l. C,>pnl Varnish, Honiton Setts of SleeT s A Collars. 4.Single threaded mahinea for linen and

.4. .. tnmt IcarnM men of ((01 times, that nature bu* proided \illo. N.C,. cay:-'The Lm-rwort and Tar are be- Leon Circuit Court. Spirits Turp otiiic in barrel ami at retail. A pmaMortruent other lkht; siting...,......... .".$12$

: *. a remedy for eaeh aud even tb'e.ne," imd the t.iImtiIl1 daily more) jw>pnlar in thi< ctinntry. and! we Adm'x of 'rai of CuIorsBruhesnnd, other Painters' Silks, et cetera. 5. do. mncbineafurieirmgbags,.,
iisf; made to it*truth. who have tried it ElizaMli Huldemes, ) sacks, and carpet bags,........ .
t : veiie$ that are daily po prove ,'inkjn-tly so. All ip.mk; roniinendibly deceaseJ. In materials. D. II.AM ES. Silks. Whit. Satin .
IK'ldtrJucss. Chancery. ,
Jitnirotth ii tt-mllittt'thr itwfJa
COHSPIiJimn. It* liealinc properties fire the complaint* for which it it recommended.*' vs. > pecirjc per- Liesfee.Bl'k and leather stitching, .. .....fmmf.115
Florence .
anrl Chrisfonuaucc..
I Crape
Christoplier Strong 7. do. tbreadwl maetiine
t : 4i. truly won.leiful, and the rapidity ivith \ l.kli it run t- in Pickein Di-trict, S. C Mr. Wines Fil Tarfetow ais'd Col's.BVk with apparmtus
j Our Agent S. R Mrall. -'- tuna Strong. J JIT Syrups &c.
'.. the wori-t ca cs of U'cerated'! Limps. f.oothinjand{ tul.duinp tobiadmattrassea,&c,............IlM
that he it with l enefit Wafd White Silk Illusion,
a surei us uses creat in
is f appearing by affiidnvlt made in thiacan'8 that Ofard Brandy, Fr.vh Dates 8. do.threaded machine of extra sue ftr
all init.itJon. almost ,
: ) immediately; ft pnx OLD "
recommend it BlTc
; l I.i i f and to hi nei )lilMirx.1Jle Brocade
i.e: 4. 1t4 adaptation totl.i ui..easo. Thee two nrtiet! ei j/j- own jinily > J. dcfciid.int.: Ch"ri t<>ph .r Strong, rc idcs out of the Port, Claret. Blonde Nelt quilting coat fining*,... .. .. .... IUQ
inLmce of Wafd '
in hiicinitv Whit
1' ti: ;* inrd tritti; o:1.s rptirilv rereil'7e iIgT'ikflt. fimi iii a trive nn ni'ro woman ? MuMle Cuctiit of Fl-iida, and in the State of Miss Madeira., Old! Port Juice, 9. do. threaded machine of larger size for
with di-ea
jvho hail l been Buffering cof the lunj foratt.n.Ied
iii4idne that certaiiito cure llio worrt en eeff CVn- ; s'pni: Sherry, Sparkling Cider, quilcing extra sized linings,... **
putnrtk.n! if taken Wlore the milt n r is cntinly pro* e.n-S with and M-VLTC cough, who \uis ieheedl ll i. oid-rr-l That tV said Cliri tnpher Strong do London Porter, Scotch Ale, Ribbons & Trimmings. 10. do.threaded machines adapted to'lap

: Irat d. D o not he rtscouragrtla trial can do t <>I l..iiu, l>y the Liverwort Tar. appear j and answer th<- bill of cnmjilaint filed heicin, Brandy Peaches, Brandy Cherries, T)ONN ET i Such are the {ro >d repirts we hcarof, < medicine thf will l 1e taken for C'ufp-l ain-t him : D Worsted I 1. Embroidering 3facbine an'orea-
tk-' : but will eomince the nnvt *((-ptK'il: tf its rtnJ worth. or t-anie o Raspberry Syrup, SanlinvB. Tmttftii A Satin Ze1hwr making
fiom n'l h pat ta of the South. For a report of tho 'urpii / That of thi 1 bod in Wonted mental stitch with
iot-jd.' order be Binding. two
: THOUSANDS CONSUMPTIVE PERSONS / < a Copy publi Strawberry Fuvh Lobster, Velvet. Cop A Belt threads |ug
1;': have bin dec-ivexl repeatedly in buviujj nii'ilic.ncs 'ins cures it bac performed in 'the \\cn.J Noith- M'ine nc *paper puWisWd in the Middle Ciicuit of Lemon Shad. Silk! BraMs! as-orted, White ct Col'd Bobbin, I 2. Machines of large size for Sewing"awn-

;,. which wwe said tn e inaiTt.Vcuiesh'it! whieJi have ( rim a'i.I 1 l} .i tern States xse would invite (the 'U1.-rinj; FInrid.i once a wn-k fur the spacfof four mouth. (JinjriT Salmon, ;\ bite bilk Fringes, Snake Cord t Tapes. ings and flips sails with fixtures and

proved only pallitivos, but this ncdiche is ii"t only patient to read the {umphlet which accompanies tachbottle. AT CIIAMBFRSGlh January, I l'
t : :. pallitive but n turf fur ucfi.itid tt.ngf. It c.'iituiuin To all w-e say, have hope, have hope I J. WAYLiiS BAKER Judge.A Gativa; Jelly, Preserved Quinces, Gloves &. Mitts. Machines will be fitted for any unusual pecnuaritt
TllYTIIKMCDlCINKl! True Copy-ATTF-T: Ciurant do.h Peacbea of work on reasonable term Tie
,! p dclcttrous Drugs nnJone tiiil: will pro\e it aton T ADIES asVd and colored Kid Gloves, Machines ar* i*
Iihin? eirica"T better thvi any ateitione or certificates BE WARNED IN SEASON, HUGH ARCHKU, -InCltrk.Ftlmnry Sparkling Gelatine, Tamarinds, lilt'/,/"|*tr| JLj 'I Silk cnrelv packed (.r transportation to any part oftU

; :':. iu curing Consumption and all dj.cas's of the LunjswiJ and neglect not that <-ou. h wliiih i is d.iily wcnkcniiurojr 1.1P51. A -tin Flavoring Extracts, Spicfn, li'liy Beaver 'aa. world, and full printed infractions for using and kwp.

-4 Lixer. such uSj>'ttin' d. Coughs, j
,7 ; thf tid ana' fh'nt, smzt1-awat.kr. tv.Ca'tlioit. ;imitin on I tlirtt drad di .eae, Co i
,;1' ._ To pioU-ct our own"aull as the Conan j'Hithinsr and liealinja remedy an l K i>Uamedni> Dr. "J OUGhT at lllC %;"-<> /'rirc. and proouni] Olive, CajH-r, .4 fill Silk Mitts, thread.
I :;'! plivc tuHtrcrs. we nrc o1m..J i > c.int>vnnil totind Roy .rs* Syruj> o of Liverwort aiul, T.tr. f fU fur tlio c who have not l,o.'ii ubl< teMub Worcestershire Sauce, Cocoa. Worsted price 3. Principal Office NOL,323 Broadway, IT T.
the! of COMSTOCK BUOTH Elton the 1'nslMi: Muotanl. D. H. AMES. BnASCnOrniE'*:-57 South Fourth Street PLiI .
Bignituro BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS i. li-h their t-lai'ii! If any hare receive! a Jess H October 29.1S.>3. 43
:Lt.: *rapper, without this it is orthlen couutcrfeit. Jlt- amount than they were entitled to, Jet me kn-.w it.- December 24, ISr.S. 51 delphia. 159 Baltimore Street. Baltimore. 41 Eu-
and bas-e imitation*. The genuine niticleis finned over Street, Boston. 197 Elm
--- Street.
: & mtn&'r tl.is.CARLTOys. had fum-t.oim in the Cincinnati.Waknlla .
Having cxpoi -nce AGENCY INSURANCE
year prosecution OF THE /ETNA
ANPKTW ROGLKS, on the engraved aiound FRESH GARDEN LM.
\\iajipir SEEDS SINGER
and! of Government, I CO.
clnmn. iinderctaml
t : LTN'IMENT FOR THE PILES. .Ic.It "ettlinj
each ltte.I'mice TIlE under i ncd. Agpnt of the above Company. March 18, 1854. H : ;
'l' : is n.iw ueeJ in the principal )hospitals. anti in the ?! por IvMlc, or sir lioJiles for -5. Sold fully the ways mill inpann of cettm through the >-aliius C.R\VTIf OF 1s8.;; JTV ill rt-ceive applications fur and make insurance m

1 ::' privHto practice t4ur c nntry by an immense nuini w hir,1Ci..the i.n'i retail by SCO V I L tt M E.D, Depsiri;iiunui at Wachmcton. I have in ni}' RU F)1ga, Flat Turnip,Cabbage.Berts, Ac .}ju't araittt loss by fire on Brick and Frame Buildings Iron Works
; ,or, cf iaJai Jual* and families! tirst and most certain. to x.cjoii reci'id etiiln H' i-fSUfi: Florida, 87 Ala- ,
s-li ant f T the Southern State*. t>> whom all { D. ILAME3. Furniture, Merchandize, tc.
,'.. : :, ::. )Jy f.r the cure (.fth1e PILES aii-1 also ext. n.iv lyAad ordcis aad applications for Agencies must beaJJres. lamn. 120! {i(-irzi'' lH..hhi-> South (iirolina and Ten- De'cmibor 'at, I8. M January 2 9, lS3. 4 B. C. LEWIS. NEWPORT, JZOFIPA.
4p cST-vtualU as to bitllc credulity unlcfs win re i its cd. nen-ce Mmttr Rolls of pi s..TmS encaged in th Florida T Establishment i is now In full operatioB. 14

; ; &, effects are witiiifeJ! ).ficin ilfy inthef jllywin', coinfr Sold I a't-n 1 by D. II. Ames Rirnard: tt slaxwtll. \V r. If you have any Qiuit Master, IVn inn '.r Notice. Assortment of orders will be attended to with promptnass, sad
? Extensive
ii1.eiueD.cT": ::v.dlisl.7, Ri Arxilr Bounty Land Ciaims, call in. No charpo. if I obtain all work done with neatness and
"V's-i. / or Na-h it Crt, Tallahassee'. Rogers tt Son, Clntta- weeks from the date hereof, I wiHappjv to the dinpateb.
'- '- : c;ro' c grii'i; diofe.caat,S.r# T/roai, fig.,,;',c j hoocec; Goo. P. ]Baltrell. Mniianim ; Jord.m tt laMnoil It money, C. II. BLOOD. SIX: Alex. McDonald. Judge of Probate of Madison SPRING END SUMMER GOODS. All kinds of work, oeb a*Steam Work,MiD Work,

I. t? $nraj, Z1sras, S.ni, and U/cersWbcther QuiAcy; A. II. Wilson, Newport Samuel Pu- N. !It. Person" with unsettled i:1miI-e4! connected Conntv. for an order to fell the real e'tate of Gin Gearing. Sugar Mill, Circular Saw Machinery
:' &h 01 ofuon 1-m; standing, and fever sores Ite opeia ton, M.'ntiMIo. ; with the late oetabl hmeiit are al-o iinited to cull James N. Lea, dtcen-"''!. i'fniI Countr. H EIU & RUST would rej.pe'-tfully call the Shafting Pulleys, Hangers.- Plough Castings. Brass

'Pt, t.oi adults nnJ children ia reducing rheumatic I'ebruaiy-, 1S54. 7 4meow November 5, Ib53. 44 fun THOMAS M. ANDERSON, attention of their customers and frieuda to the extensive Casting ic.; al o, Sugar Kettles,of any siz Kept

i WCli1Ue. ani i.usemuZ coughs and tightne. of the Xotice.undorsi S'ucritf and ex-officio Adaiinistrator. and tasteful assom-taicut of Spring and Summer constantly on Land.. All work done m meh an estab

a betby relaxation of tLc parts ha bn-on surpti ingb ])I. rAiC1Iisi'sCELE8RATED April ?, 18M. 14 Goods which they are now opening. Consisting in lishment will be done by us. with a particular regard
: }c-ni concept! llic common remark f ih.tewh'o -r lIE nod, administrator on the estate r.f nart ofGems to the strength and durability of toe wiwkJ

S Las uaeJit iu tha Pilis, MIt net* like a charm."' C1THOLICOH L John S. Wilfux. decca rd, late of Ld-n County, Metallic Burial Case's. Black & Colored Alpacca Sack & Frock Coats, Competent Woikmen always in readiness to put n

t .4 rni;. It is ,,.2rrankd to1.h.e any peioti that will try it. gives notice to all jvrciHH hat in:; ck-nnuds against a. Lustre Engine, ie. rTrrms

;. Catt'ic&-Xe or buy it unleti you finJ the fie FOR THE CURE OF SUFFERING FEMAL1S.IT 'ai.l I c!tati>. t<> \-rc"f nt them within he time prescribed "Cashmerttte will be liberal, and all work doii.itrirtlyfcr

.kE'.1 I fci'iii:< natJreof C )tn tocl: : rceuyramid all thie indebted arc requested to Merino 'a u place. Tallaiawee. or Quincv.
5 ;; .e41 til t je wrajj-> \ II. for it* c\ni- *
: DtAFF.SS.-re pr. LAR7T.TTS ACOUSTIC .\ .r" // tire j wcrs in: all the make paMiu-iii irmmn4otIi4ti-lv.! 'a a Paletots, Liberal price* paid for old Iron. Copper and Brus.
OIL fir lue caro cf Dcafccs Also, all lhec disagrectWe ditK.-ui* fir which it i. JAMES Auminutrator. f PMIE: undi-rijjned keeps coa.t.mtly on 'Land variJL Drap D'Ef 'a All letters must be tddrewed (post paid) to
.s. March 11] 1S54.: 10 Svr
tfre nji ts lJ e the buz7Jn 4. *
; Wallace Cloth Frock Coats January I, 18S4. 3Manufactured
mcLtiuned in the certificate. KewPort.n .
1'' :, water, liiz7uig "f etfaau Lich arc fjtmpt 'JS l"apjiroivLi z: 1"C'll.C COM- Administrator's Notice. accompanying Chambra Ssclc "

'.. deaiuess. Persons WK> lure been deaf frtxrenty -. ', PLAINTS.SI ALL persons hating claims against the estate of J. A. EDMOXDSOX.WA53IXGT05 Kremlin Tobacco.

yrars anJ were subject to u'e ear trumpets / _ Of the'e arc Prolap"i is M.Saunders, deccae.l late of Leon County, ,.
have ifier ing ne bottle been rcsde well ; Ulvri. notified to thviii for April 5th. Fancy Gingliam JUST RECEIVING A further atoek of. Vi
%M-4 : i> ;;: $ or Falling mire lu-rtby: present pajmer.twithi'i Brown White t Cold Linen "
: TO OWNERS OF AND DEALERS IX HORSES _ .f.. -.. \ S ...fthWonJ,; nir, thf! "time pnpribwl Ly law, or this notice will MrcMr.s. Fi AN: R.rmoyr, White and Buff< Mar ilJes asMated 3Iaaufaetnred T.eu', at bvtfpnce
Curlion't Fa'JKdtr Oi lcnt fcr the ofFon _#__ \ be in bar ot their and all iaUtted (;FLE5IN:-We witnessed the utility of your crnAniental ? VesU thn it can be bonght io aoy f the huga wkefs
cure _ rr WliiteChn; In- plead recovery; j 1rsnts a. aud col'd M
5' fancy Welting North. Traders
I Patent Slctallic Burial Case. used to will do to eramineajrplHbef.
t1: Jer. Split Hoof IIc'ofhouw J Hciis. and Contracted v.\ ilainalion and t'l'cratlonnfthc t>> s.iJ eitate arc re iie-t.-d t<> make immedi- n- Brown Linen "
the remains of the late Hon.John C. Calbctu to ordering their spring stocks. "Win!! ferwsnlBampiet.
j15; : aad Ftver Fct, Wounds. Brue& in the Fl<- hGkV.tJ VSuppressed. ; InCl.l(1LlIh ate payiiiet. JOS. B. CHRISTIE, Adiu'r.Mailh vey Black DAp D'Et Pants, with
the Con resion.il which with rric p attached, to dt ring h. A
; Ometery. impressed ua any
I : : Bxls Cracked Heel, Scrutches, Cut*, Kicks IIern'rmhma' 16, 1S51. 11 Lw a. 1. 4 credit
nustigne to let
the belief tlwt it is the be.t article kn-JWH to U5 J rtran'portbs ol April will be given where any aasatity -
i.r;: ;c. ca L rfef. or Il'1in : 1'.mimful, Merino is required.
: the dead! to tL rir final rtstiK place.With J b. L4.DD
C4iitijn.-AU nftLe naT5cd article './ 'r Iiroyular Copper, Tin, Sheet-Iron Queen's Cloth Newrort
; a ore ere < r respect we subscribe ourselves, Yours, do, Jancary SI, ISM. S
I. c,7vliy Conifti-cjc
.ff, inreir-f tLc AsV Ht.u-e, l-ftwicn n
I'tfit ,'p, one Aor from 1ioi'fro ti, New Voile.t no matter how Mvcre. or (.f huw K r. t-ta*:
-> 'ly'tu l Klloiaurf inurt Loditectc Al.j.hr l EDTVAP.D The CalhoiC"ii! fir eurpa.wi thci i mm-ili'-s. in !i. fl.: : .Sulserb"I. } 1 th-jf..ir r.irr''tt.dnm! tif! citizMn: of Tnl-j J. M. M.V-.II, J. M. lkriieim, W. P. MaImgLra.I Li'ien 1V> OM SLirts. Merino UndcrsLirts, na r' M, and Margaret M.Cole,
: ing ni"i certain, less xsmive, and leaving the MS- I ie nn ; iurtry. that Gitts; faohiu..Uf J "k biik Uat wits ot l said Asa
Its ISAItXARD; ciJv i in T; !15aliafrwe, the [ I Otol.er 1, 1&33. 33 tfIn > a May, Complainant, In Cbasctrj,
t 3 rrv_ Bl .jlrale de-ler fr Florida aud will cpplyCiutitrj i j tern ia a l 1tli r c.uhitj..n. L.-t all pt tisi* i'ltenft- _.tIiey silt- now j.| juii.-.l to furiiiili cu"t iirslivthuH Drab Beaver a. *. 1 in Jtfitnoo'Countr.

liic'cLriU'e st tl.clo -it prii>. By JJaiion ; ed ii such a ir.< ilicijc: call: :.nd ohtnui a p.impit. 1 I tin'l* uf warei hulesale: at.d retail, :la th. ir I ;;; (lit (J<-nll Court far J/
:' .k.t I; '; i: &i3: TbiifltL.ie, Ga, I: (free.) cwrarjrcuir.j.l: proof from highly; r p al.'ee linof liu-i:. *:*). : Circuit tf thf :i-tte of Florida_tyring Tti m, I 1S04. ,I I>)\- F-lftck <&i fancy col'd Wool & Far Uoooutb Hat*. Alexander R. Murray. Alvin Way Middle* a.
: f the 'a.'it-< *-1! it | lh<* >u'if<>:ix-rs fill t! i.ti.-u! rr\\-n\ pVito
t t/rx. i! '(tY :< n. : i.rce! < haj py rt u-e ta'rth.r with : 1 U-.IM J. l! Iafaut Lncy JVail Hats, s.id.Kiit, Caroline illifay, and the
] Jctterc fr.M fire pJrt < c\p.-iiiin'cd J l.I.! % i'-::H:,*, \\l.i, t5n-5r o -' rtiiM-i.l: f i :irlnr. C> k < ';. m'I.lV'i.vI i Good .
1J.ff' Executors' Notice. Lave tie.l it in th4r practice, ai..l s-j peak fiom their '- t.k Lit. t rt\I.iii tlTI.tl <.' I-. r.....j vtr on>r.I* II. :S.i.iih.; pattiicr u-inp the | Attr.ehsi ent. Fancy an.1 Caroline Cole, deceased, lie-
; auJ of tl An 'i..t to Riblx-n of all Bonflet White and
own 1 email ri''. I the Ii. t-t ul.im L.t r' j.e. 1 l-1.5.' t.l: &-x..loiuP tia.i.c tyie Bishop \ c-a-orn Cap. fatidants.TT .
cix moutbs kfr dutc. tAH: 03 Fiiday the Cl-t l UrrLuocEs.-Prof. Dcnl! ar. M. D. Baltiu-f.re Ml.! ''Uf .r-p'i- ( icv-i-! ... .\i_ : ,.! .Smith. TT. I 8110 'J5-100 CooI..ieJ Sitlo P.ilbvcs, Black: White and Colored

day of Ji
J'rrht.; lor the C'W.y o f OaJ dcn. my aecoutit and 1).. Utioa. N. Y.: I). Y. IWe, M. I D), Syreimi.-, X. Y.; 1. I llou-e-w'rk, Ro-itin;. Fioy I i.u.I. f--r; { utcri'G ut. S IIF. Dcferidunt may! nil ther persons in'cre5ted. Lndirs Dress Goods, Punrel]-McBride, teskJe CT. tla Stat

,r- .ki 'rotthtr &s Executor of the Ef-tate of R/utx-n li. Hitks, \: M. II. Mill", M. D, Riwlerter.! N. Y.; ].. D. Pioniin"M. tnim.'riceni nt Con'ticg in part f.f of and Florida! it is crJerethat} -aid (ic.fendpt ppe

ud apply t/ the Jodje cf haid Court for a l 1). Canaudaizua. X. Y.; W. \\ R<-, !" M. D. City I j with tit-atbChs amid dcij>iit h. of tliH flit, nnd t<> appear and plead to the declaration Plain and printed Embroidered Lawns, first answer the complainant's BilKn or fceiwt ti*
1irz1 dJBflarge: of'whuK all pnrJ iuterostrd, will! 4 i.f New Yik ; W. Pn-.cr.lt. M. !) G-ms-rd, N. H. WHITE & SLUSSER.Octolrf tiled iu said cuu e. Black and 2d Mourning.PJain. Monday in August nest, otherwise the tame will
lileabe Me noUce. BUI1WELL B. WiLKES, ? M. WHIT SMITH. be taken/>/ ea fe. tt sicainst him. Provided
Piitnphlctb ecu be had gratis at the dtuij fctui es o! S.* l SS. 40 tf Printed and Embroidered Ortranflics.Bliclc aecpy
Executor of IL B. Hickf, M. LEE i mi r.roer re pcoti'Jiea in some-
tie fallowing A;-tt 0. White and C-Ioitd! Jaer net. newspaper pco-
: _Jan-arr_ _21,_H54._ Cm._ _3 "U. 11 tr A.ir O. IaAtia'eP.: I--- Leon County lion Works. Attoiuevs* ft-r I'Lmintiff.i. Black and 2d Moiunirg r.nd! Colored Baregts.Black. u hed in tie Mid ie cut: of Florida for four *tls

PALMKK; .t BlJOTHEK.: I M.-iitirclln, TALLAHASSEE. Fl.OIMDA.! Madison C.II, March 22,(April 1)1S54.) 3m C V-red. and Embroi-lercd Tissues, next pre? Hlic5 tie sail rtiie dar m Argwt aext-
: SAMUEL PU LEM OX, do.AP.EL S r.ttl'hii.meiit! 1 i hi IIO'T in full ., rati-m. All' !! Plaia nnifPriuted Uercamy. March MKIJ.
.rq <' Notice. ((4th, n. 14. 4ro .
PRIZE MEDALS T Black and 2d and Colored loLj1krI.Notice.
THREE A (;U I FFIN. Ai.ahul.icr.la. orders will lwv iittufl! tim with and Mouruiug GugLamsof ,_
pron;ptuc a, montlis after date, the nni1er'irme.I administra all
5$ TAVE ja t been awarded to the very Da. A. IL: BUEXLKY, Alligator. all \u ik duoc with! tu-ati.. > ': n 1 Ii-latt-h h. SIX' of the cst.i'c t f John <;- Raw 5s, dccea
1 ;; Jelepranl;;! and superior :. Letter addrr- 'cd to MtFroii DFOII. All kind of w.rk, bd i 1ms "UtriV, ik, Mill Woik of (;i l.-deii County; w ill prc-.t i.l he r t'nal aec< ui.t awl Colored Parast.la and Panwolcts descriptions, cix Months after date snail present ray final as*

PIANO FORTES Ag.-nt; st New berry C. H S. O, by Rev. Re*. C. Cin Cn-triit Sugar iiil! Ciiuar! Saw licimio: ry, voucher* to the Ju.e! of Pr. batf of si1I C.namty. anl Back! aad 2d I Mournire Parasols and ParasoleU L* rtDt and vouchers to the Honor tUe Jaditof
S. Beard, cf earn* fcUite. Shift ii l'illiv I lt&I.tcr: I i'.tih CatiI .. I tnt-' 3li..ni
lv ELIZABETH RAWLS.March Probate for Jefftrson County executrix of -
E1fltd by the ubnnljCT ct the Crtetal Palace. In a- v t. < isclurs'eL: GSivo* of all description a*
i ? itkn the above aTIn.wbiemcIIt,they would tike this CLEW Si'BiNos Jan. C. IPS' Castings, ii c.; alo. S-Uir.tr Kittlt! ..fK iize. k p1commiaiativ lt>, l'>'.' $. 11 C.-.i Admini-tr\tiix. ring CajM" Collars ar.d Visittes G. dark, late e-f said CountT, deceased, vd:v&
iff SI ,
t n hand. All vii ii !h'-ne i-i ruth *s' >- \ __ {
?& to return: their tlunks ti; their numerous Mcs!r4. Ecuii # Br.o>s IN-SIRS: I rend fur ano'bcr : n Liuen Cambric Haudkerchiefs for a dismission from my admmfitntro cf timid
}; r'pJ.cirturiitv f.iCLMiI isir'tbecxteu-ive an 3 liVral ratrora e hereto- lotlle ofyurr areImisi' Uuiins Cath',lieon." li-hmiiit will I i.e ih'.i. by u-: \rth a !pirticular megan In lit' CiruICurl (\.r M-iditni; I'lfunty, J/tJ.Ie Estate. EMILY CLARK Executrix.JetTe .
; to the strength aim.1 dtlr4i.ity of the work.C (:,rtn't f the .'t.st' nf'rljiidt-'s/r(> Trr.n 131.Gforge Saddlery.Ladie" .
-t iQre extenJrd t> them aril a-vjre them that n.i j>ain* My! wife lias lit-tii aiUirted f.r eleven year*, r.nd n \aliity i i0' /-f on County. November 2 1553. Cm _
0 *1 ha1i be *pircd to su>tabi the tittering reputation slreaiy !- of niftn
4 tUiiirid anil io order in meet the iiKtritM-d 1rn v.itl 1 IK* lili. ral. nn-1! .ll xrcrk; done! frnih u
> :
lt m-n.cd almost there nnd! of Attachment. Sj.ar.iih
for their instrument they l.ave added lar* lyIo I I jufinniee magical ; was a the name style DraIfler HARTFORD, CO 'XTCnCUT,
't... their mauu'n'-turin: facilities.Uiichlhey trust will n.anifeft 1U11.rOVt-lnjmt fiom the ilay it wa tak u.A < < r u -f -pt -il .rdtrs en "line lUIflefli iii in thin t: EldriJ''o-* I Am unit \\oin to Tennessee "
; there >'uicc. Liberal prices paid fvr old Iri-n, CopjKrandia r'f f a' Russet a' I' Capital Stock, $300,000
enable them ia future promptly% Io meet ex try doI I ure a great many fem-ile iu our c nitrvlaboriu 1 ?T5l 7S-100.
r"- man]. B.jyer* from abroad, wnether dealers or others 1 under the aiiitii! f<-\\hith yur tnedicin* Chark4 Rus-eU. J Spanish rpHE underfed. Agent cf tie above Canp! T
are invited to
*'* before purchai-i'UJ cUcwhcrc toi.iuuch. CLOL'GH y. BEAHD.J. ) J. M. ShINE 1 J: CO, TallaLafi: Fla. JL will tate n>'tiee of the cumi.uivmi'eimnt: i f this suit, Bridles M.irtiswjRle*. Ridin?, Brg "r and Carnage ings and their contents,on the most favorable terasF.

,Rfirll' GROVESTEEN A. TRUSTOW.EOS ]R.Muunivt i Cn. Proprietors: Ceuliul Dejx-t, B01 Namchm II. ItJ1. 10( and are i -
1' ; Broadway, N. Y, a-lj-uuiug St. Xirbola* Hotel.X. Broadway, New York. lutiotitilcii in feaid caure. Hardware and Cutlery. Tallahassee,November 6, 1853. 44
; January II, 1854. 2 6m Pros iious, &c. M. WHIT SMITH.
< I B. Premium t were awarded hy ths American
i Knives and Forks, Pen and Pocket Knives.Gun
Inetitnte to their Pianos five ycaie in tuccc5'i u. rmLs_ nimmi 20 h1.hfl.bh3 1 WhMcy, JAMES: M. BAKES.Attorncjs; : DR. JOHN P. DUVAI,
Powder FUu-ks and
I Notice.QIX L Snot Pouched, Game F.aii.Trunk,
: & casks ISjcon eliks, fur 1'latitiTs.i iMa :,
February I81._ _7 m ]Box. D..'r and Pad Ix Spades
i?" months from date, the mmn.icrsigietl Executor of 2 do. SliOtlld'TS. lion C. H, March 52, (April 1.) Is54. .ml3
sis, Calims'Xe.A.; Chisel., Augers, Plan**. Cut nails. OFFICE AT TIlE COURT TIOU8K.
SNUFF AUD TOBACCO. b_) the lam.t Will rnilTehtaineiit<>f John 11.r..Ieeeit.'ed. 40 lihls. M.s Pork,
svipi Blacksmith" Bellow: Hammer. AniK Stocks
I Ip.n. *
olian and other Pianos.
ate of Leon Cniinty. will piraent his final ncc<>uuts ll'O' do. Flour. January !S, 1554. 4
7ETZR LOKILLAKI), MAMTACTUBEB, aiul iies. Screwplatto.. \ icts. U >t*. Com SLvllcrs, i
and \oucheis, to the Jud cof Piiihat f.ir Leon County, 3 t'k* Whi kcy, BERRY &, GORDON
CiuU-r Cast and Trace
o. 42 CHATHAM ST, L T.OFFERS Straw Plt'w.piints Sweeps
: and ak for a disclmrge. J. S. IriLER, Executor. 10J liushels Com. Lnrd. Oil. if, f FI .4 f<:jr sale the following articles, warranted JauuaryiIIS1. Cm. 3 A OIIIIOND- 297 Broadway. Cham, tc, fcc. Grocrrirs.Sir. hereby given,tiM tie subscriber, .Ldis1t1t

qiahitv:Maccuboy.. Scotch. C4rIcUf" Newport March II, IS4.MONROE. 1 o ( -I PIIIU.ISHKKS( of Music- a-ul of the Estate of TlK mas J. Heir,late of JenerCmitity.
rrench. 1t'pee.1iouej Dew, awl other bnutV! ; also. Administrator's .Teas. C. tT w RW. Best P.ile Otanl Bran '
Notice. t
1.-11 Dt-alers holt-sale and retail in Pianos, deceased will six months after date b *
in tiu-f-41 and A Wicker. Gin Rum,
Fine Cut Tobacco papers. more pur- dv. OU live Wh?>koy. Rcetitmiil
I1Ji :. months fr m date, the nn.her'ined AdmihUtra-, HOUSE elodious and ( the celebrate I & apply to the Hon. Judge of Probate of Jeffsi1
$ ; : ticular de cripti'>n of the various uitides can be Lad SIX : .ltL.k-.Agits KT \Vine. Sherry and Mn! the cstatcf decvafii-0! late Ihiii. Grand amid other 1'utios m.idc llalUt IViist i Count v. for a discharge from hU Admnustratoisk
above. ('a iary Isler ofIx by With of other articles
;, by f olinj f r a full price current as TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.Jll C-indles, and Soap. n variety .
7 Sm on County, will jirevfut 11: final ac .unt and vouchers Co_, 1iOtlU-WIi.e l'i.trmis are iHiii idirtHl! superior l.ere. on aid estate. W.S. DILWORTB.J
February 16. IBM. to" rnmerons to ri'eit
to the Judge of Prubati* l 1.t IA.tu County, and oak ::; ? well known hotil! Imm-r pn sed from to all others. Great bcirgaiiu in New York 1'i.ui'X, March 1 S. S54. 11 fferson County, December S. 1843. 48 Ga
FAIRBANKS'PLATFORM for a discharge. J. S. 1SLEU, Admiuifetrator. 'tI! I the iiuiit1 of Mr. E.P. Mnor into iho, of anil .H viit1 liiiti! lYi.iiit,, iiiti! M* t t.ik rk4 \!Llsiisun': I Tjlbhae,

January :1], 1M4.; Cm. 3 the *mnl.rt.igucd ; the new proprutor gives ivtico to plicd; w Mutate; ; or retail at the lo.ve>t rate?: Berry I Estate KoUce.
iji 'I; SCALES, the public that he is |rep.iitil to cuteituiu transient 4 t GordiNi, ucceors t<> T.S. B-rry,297 Briwdway. Blank Books; Paper, Stationery, Insolvent

,j Notice.SIX and permanent cu-toinm with the INI the l lx'u.'e af-- I'UllioK to let. COPYING PRESSES. PRIMING &c. STATE OF FLORIDA ;

'I LONG KNOWN SEVKKELV TESTER months after date, I shall present my final ac- fouls, ami at as reasonable a cost ag the times will admit P. S. H, D. 4 Go's Julian Pianos have the latest lladi OQ County. JJOUX

P t ; ALWAYS KKJMT, TIIK ACKXOWLEDGEU and touchers to the Honorable Judge of Probate of. The him'ue i Li well suppJi l with servant*, and imjv.\ed voicing.November RICH & LOUTREL, H. PATTERSON. ex-ofSero administrator ef

:&y a 8TAM>A D.A'gonUNewTork. of Jefferson Cour.ty, as executor of Paul U liner, every convenience to make quests comfortable, and 5. 1S53. 44 ly (01 WILLIAM ST.. TvF.W YORK CITY. Armstrong, deceased. Laving this day fid

1.;} S FAIRBANKS i Co.89 Water tt.Teiruary'5.1B54. late of said Couuty, deceased,and a .k for a dihinisMon the proprietor will spare no paiiw to please those who YERS will consult their inU>re.t by vxaminin onr b the Probate Offi* of said County a written scg? -
such may tivor him with their jwlronage. An excellent LOOKING GLASSES. B at" be belkvea said estate** U msoltertrIt -
: and d'wcliarpe us executor. JOHN ULMER. t'teim'irstock.. which fte offer the LOWEST getiM that
i 8. 6mO Jefferson County, Feb..4,1854. 5 Livery stable adjoins this hotel C. A. HRYAN.TullaliaMcc T7EMOVAL.-The old established Looking FOSS I ILE l'Itl CES. u thtrtfvrt ord'Ttd That all perou fcXB

3 f D.t. T. B. LAMAR January 7, IS4. 1 tf IV GInsii %Varc HUIIM* of RICHARDS ACCOUNT NOOK FACTORY. Books made top cliiws rup int said estate d>appear uul file tbs

.1 1 Wanted. KIXGSLAXD A Co, is removed from S-* (',vjrtl.tiiItstreet ittern. p.iga-d ama! printed heads, hi every sine requirrtl. in Uw office aforesaid, -antncnucated ro the mIfl1
FFERS his Prof iooal crrice to thMt pubhi&- MILES NASH & CO.
c of Dr. flAA DRY HIDES for which the highest Mar- to 101 CiiA STUF.rreormr tf Church,)one ALso n l.inre stock on hand mitab'e for prescribed by law,oa ot before the 7U day ofi8w. Au
be fottod the forineatc&ideraec
cau the t tulles tUUU ket price will be paid bv Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c., block (room Ilroiulway,New York, where will Ix fouud, BANKS. 1NSUUANOE and other Companies,MERChANTS. _ALEX."MCDONALD.Feb. .
: James'Hunter oa Tuomsville nwd eight
I from T llal assee, -, October 29. 1S3. 43 S. S. IZ1 ICflIT. inform tLt-ir fihintis l and the public; that us iwuul. a complete a8S4 rtnient of Plain and Om .Courts. dc.: al*> in isrite quantities for the ,4. 1854. S 6ra Judge of Probat*-

6m* WOULD on hand a good assortment of such mcutal Looking Gl **e Portrait and lecture Frome MIRTH WEST and SOUTH KADE.

Jauary28I854._ Notice. articles as are generally kept in their line of business Ac Ac The tratlo furuUbed with every variety of WRITING PAPERS. C-tp Letter Note wJ Watch, Clock Repairing

a.' Line! LineII! Uie services and will be receiving regularly supplies. Their work, in wmpowtiou slate, at reduced Ttt' Ledger Pupcrs. from the best Mills in the IT.S. FOR- _I1II& '1 lIE undesaiguel nottG
_4 1THE nndersiened having engaged of n February 1 18M. 7 8ni F.IGN PAPERS,TISSUE, DRAWING, WRITING, LUte eitiaerms .f
?:_ CASES fresh UOM. landing per tcbr. Magaob'a JL competent Tutor for his children is willing to receive term hall bw reasonable. _ _

200 aad for &s'la. eight or ten (male and female,) to board Tallaluuiaee. April Oth, 1S55. 14 DENTISTRY.K. COLORED. &e.STATIONERY.. most
McNAUGHT it ORMOKD. Fancy Staple a luaneo tly sctile4 in tbia city,be lisa op *d*
., Marth 11. 18b4. 10 iu bis family for the term often months,commencing P.: B. BROKAW'B K. IRIS gives notice to his extensive anti complete awrtment. Envelope' *,Cmrda, Clock, and Jewelry rtpwing&abIiaaeM.' '
further to
ewport April UL For particulars apply ha lnk GotJ Pen and Pt icils. Steel Pn Ac. of to*"""
4. a- friends and patrons that he re- of work belonging to that KB*
L Rlaa February 25, 1854. OREEN CHA1RCS. INERT. AND SALETALLAHASSEE TAIL! _*_ moved hi* Oflic to las te Mence in the DIARIES FOR 1854. Time and Work Boofc, be performed with despatch amlo* vod <** *' for
In ticrees, talf tierce* and barrels now landing 8. W. BAKER, FLORIDA.S building known us the Wyatt Ui'use," adjoining the Tariff of the U.S.. Interest Advance, Diwunt Ex the present.. Lu shop U in U- Tlboildwg. '
RICE Manolia. Also Middtioror broken sides, dwelling of Dr. Taylor, where h* may bo mml at nil ahawre and other useful books for U> C untinfr Room ,Eotraace indicated by a '.
1 ATTORNLY.AT LAW, } tlsise who need his Job Print* of Cheap Cards, Bill Heads, Label do 0ot'fr
tor saU by 'IfcNAUOHT. A OEMOND. rrl.l Proprietor would ioX time prepared to rve may aer- bating dMi neediiig repair. w1'1
Cf_ 10 "r MONTICELLO, JEFFERSON COUNTY TLA. form Li* friends and the vices. His henna will be Cash, or whefl called for. Checks Li Cases. Points, Ac. sire to ha',.removed,will b'' waited c atg

i !:PorfiMarel1,1354 March 18. I84. II ._ public, that he has,rebuilt..... Any references can be given if MCessary.K. LITHOGRAPHY AND KNORAVTNG. Bonds, ne in person ci Iy
; V luZ. .Ldifor flale. IsIs large Brick Stables, at the old stand,' aud is ww k Gold Plate rut to pattern for Dentists anti SU>ci t>rtifi.wteA.Bill*of FjcdMUig*. l>Wcut,Car.I?,

ef K. 1nh tjttsti Negroe$' Sale. prepared to accommodate his friends and customers.He tent by mail at $1.05 cts. d UKov siml EflT51UP'*. eubaixi io tl he b S also atUched to his Stable. Diber 19 isa 46Wanted 1r: 'fl's Twuic, C'u.utry M.?rdxant* md Dealers
tretted byd .bat god1flck- ;
dWeited A
I i, rovjto forjniu1s4 1 LIKELY man, food Turpentine hand at low prie? auq'kd
cither of th EzcuU .L I dldLud smith Shop ti her bt wall have dot* all kinds of :. I Bank o&
: I rarOfl l by Mfttt executed with pfomptneM.
MARTHA GEE EueutTiz PlsuUtioo work Uor shoeing and CarrUge work. (
S. 1 DAT H 7 ftn old. plouirbs irell, RICE A LOUTREL, 61 WS'.wnj t X.T at eW
and which O1lMO1tL
R.LCALL 1 In! the be t manuer \rith and HIDES C.r the
Yery proiuptnoa
--I S O.'B.' PtpOrT.Executors.. ,I? OW.ll. "P'fh.ld:band, di.pat h. 00QlRTOR )( F>C Ill b* ju'd tar lrtprting end Maitffttn,- 6'.at to'iff.
Xew 185-L
TErrI York -
easn or
.1 acctptsnct. : 8. ISM. 15 Sm Jwary ,
& iuis'mr. April ,
Trnar7 I li6t. 1 tm Apiil 1,1914 13. S6. KNIOHT. 7oattber b I8. 44 tf Ootob 13.1653. 41 JIEIR Newport

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